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'Price Forit DoLiLAas per annum,. payable
e iitsfor the "t Unio."
Th. hl"-.l.m .,mg nimlmwnn are Agents of JAMES
G. WATTs & Co."publish.ers of the Union, who
are authorized to receli e Stubscripilori and Ad-
,r ist ments inl,,il ..3 for this paper, and like-
wise any Money which 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:
.I:.-imn l.ti.,:.r. Ti-entc.n and Princeton,'N. J.
i,,.1 Mu mn llc. I'.
hiiih BHiu.k-. I',inltr, Saleni,N. J.
,lin,,d Alltn -.,. I' ,n,._T r, Burlington, N. 3.
4. i'. Jil.hn--'i, M.i',:,uu Hook, Pa.
.,l. i..t. i-t, P. M. N t .k,_bamrre. Pa.
1Levir S. Joynes, Accobmack, Drummond
John Adams, P. M. Northampton C, H11. Va.
Samuel Preston, P. M. Stockport, Wayne Co.
W. P. Massie, P. M. Berry's Ferry, rred ic i
T. Watson, P. M, Newbern, N, C.
Infanticude..-A Coroner's Inquest was held
over "lie bu.1 of a new-born infant at Hudson,
",N. Y, on Saturday the :16 i ii rnt. After due
,lirii..ar rimn,lthi jury returned a verdict of wil.
fril n.iii.'.r I.) the mother, a girl by the name
ErAsetO BRUNT, aged 18 years, The New-
York A hiocate io.tuln,:1 hlrw information hasthe
following just remarks. They claim to be read,
by too large a number of a certain class, who
are regardless of their own honor and tie feel-
iigs .,,Id h-pl.i.m et.s- t' their ,i.:iii, Ai, un-
frirun',te hil. h.as been committed for trial at
Hudson, on a charge of Tiurdl.ling her infant
chl~d, no doubt the fruit of a caimuie ,in with
some villain who had seduced, and who, re-
gird~i-,s ci the craiseiquiince. lid abandoned
hit r l' ,lameie am>i eimur-e bile he, it is more
than pr.ibabk, hi noi ,A.ilking erect, and con-
,.Sidered by all who kno w him, as a virtuous,,
ho.i ri able. and perhaps, religious citizen. It
is a pity that we have no law to drag such men
from their concealment. Were some punish-
pment attached to the crime of seduction, cal-
-edmlated m10 u.'.-.it,:e ithoi. who practice it, and
!'o fp,_- re aIs [iremembrinice, we should hear
writer in the Plough By, influenced evidently
by feelings of honest indignation'against these
-concealed criminals, recommends the offence
lo be made capital. This, wve think, would be
carrying resentment too far. We have our
dorubTia s to the policy of punihing with death
in almost any case. But ione surely can exist
as to affixing a tii.a upon that man who wan-
tonly robs an innocent female of what is dearer
to..her than .Si ,.- ece--carries misery into
the bosori of families-and causes, by his vil-
lainous ,: .r I.i-:'. t, r .- ..irn -,ion of a crime, for
.which I.a ijitf..-rt ,,l r' ii Un only is amenable
to the laws. We hope th-s subject will one day
or another occupy the attention of our Legis-
latuse. It is infinitely more deserving of their
notice than many others which are forced uponi
1 I., chian-. in li.,:. eathl.r were very great
both to the north and south of us, on Friday
and -,,..,.In, of week before last. At Norfolk
there wq a difference in the temperature of
40 d.grecs-being on Friday afternoon at 3
o'clock, as ii,:h as 73, and i.l.ig to 6 degrees
Ic .,. i. freezing point. At- Richmond, Va.
1', w.,, was the warmest day experienced since
la:s Stptember-on Saturday snow was lying
oil the houses, being so cold it could not thaw.
At Troy, N. Y. the weather had been very
pleasant for two weeks, and tite ice had clear-
ed out of the iHudsou opposite that city. The
r ,..),.-vr had so changed on Saturday, that new
,ice was so iluh..ij i.t', the ferries were ren-
dericd difficult and dangerous. At Boston it :j
said the cold has been more every during this
Smooth, than has been experienced in March for
-a space of 40 years. In fact, from North Ca-
rolina to Maine, a degree of heat to excessive
cold, has been 'experienced in this sudden
change, not known before for a great, number
of years-there was a heavy rain, accompanied
by thunder and lightning, after which a snow
stores, along the whole coast.
The Lottery and Exchange Office of Messs. S.
& M. ALLEN, at Autgusta, Geo. was broken open
on Monday night tihe 12th inst. by some villain or
villains, fin" the purpose of obtaining money. Their
desks anidit diawers, it appears, were pretty closely-
searchedi, but not finding the money for whlici they
couiinitted the act, they decamnied without doing
much diamunage. We would recommend to these ras-
wuls as a more sure and honorable method of obtain-
jug money from the M Iissns. A.LasS, to buy a tick-
et froin them in some of the Lotteries in wihieh they
sme engggei, bIy so dloiug they may obtain a prize, as
S. & M. Alien have been particularly foirtun:te of
late id selling high prizes-one of no less a sum than
4.t,0)00O dollars last week, nedi several otheies of con-
iideriable magnitude. Several other stores anid shops
were broken open o the samnieuightas the one men-
.Eairily Vegetables.-Green Peas were sold in
* ml.l,1 ... S. C. on the 14tih instant, at the
rate o' e '.: .t. -'. biuheL.
hlTiprovemnliit ofl lie t:a e.
The folln 1ing are tlIe rapropriations .ind
provisions of the I unpri-wehaiimmt hill, as pAs.-.d
the house of" repre er, u-T., S r fs of thi siii ,e on
Tuesday last. 1 lie v%'hole inu i.i pprpintted
by the state, and pmuia'te suib-cription., a i hcli
the state pays tie mihiWel,t frr '3 years, arr,-rmntis
to 1 2-'7.t'--a sumi wNich, "iju.Jcioums.) ex-
pended v, ill be of vait irpon'tance to Pennsyl.
.p.r../ : i- r 'O erta t.d Pr .r s -i'm 'f ie Imaprove-
Swent Bill, vWiz:
I. A subscription on the part of the
c.-irimuw'.ealth towards uniting the
w..tris. rs.i ine schuylkill mind Susque-
hanna, 250 shares of stock at 200
dollars per share )j0,i't '
2. A cumniimi,..,- of the co..mmonwclhtri
U t rlj p:i m iii ..ihil lf t'rAll- au..l i. tt.r.ei
.i.-.ulr be I,,-- J iruni.l.qute, *,x per
C. t iinleret trr ., c.ir-', to i m
L 1:.. t, It. i 1.. :..- kolmat he S: ll- '
kill and Su.o,-U u. i',a N. .,,,S u.-n
Company, which guarantee is con-
ditioned on the part of the state, to
cease at the end of ten years, pro-
vided the water communication be.
tween the two rivers shall not then
I.. completed, so as to admit boats
ofat least twenty tons burthen, to
pass and repass. Interest to com-
mence from the payment of each
instalment and the amount of guar-
antee limited to S4Ji.r,iJu0.
3. St eii ubctip'i.jn--o hill: stick of
thle HFl. i sbu't.- ,nd. I'tusbu g Turn-.
pike road company, southern Route
1600 shares, 80,000
4. Do to the Northern route, viz :
Pittsburg and New Alexan-
driaCompany, 240 shares, 12,000
New Alexandria and Cone-
matigh Company, 75 do 3,750
Huntingdon, Cambria and
Indiana Company, 730 do 36,5000
Lewistown and Huntingdon
Company, 340 do 17,000
Millerstown and Lewistown
Company, 245 do 12,250
5. State appropriation-to remove ob-
structions and to improve the na.
vigation of the river Ohio from
Pittaburg to Wheeling, 15,000
.6. ditto to improve the Navigation of
the River Susquehanna and its
7. do to improve the Navigation of the
Conemaugh and Kiskeminetas Ri.-
8. do for the improvement of the Tio-
ga and Cowanesque Rivers, 1,000
9. do do of the River Delaware, 10,000
10. State I!ub:,i.i....- .- Ih.. Stock
of Siusq..tcm..na .i-l. i.u.a 0tomiu
Company, I .' "r
11. do to the Milford and Owego do 16,000
12.,do to the Philadelphia and Great
Bend do 12,000
13. do to the Bridgewater and Wilkes-
baire do 10,000
11. do to the Spring-houtse, Northamp-
ton and Bethlehem do 300 shares, 15,000
14. States appropriation-to aid in erect-
ing a Bridge over the Susquchana,
at lWilkesbarre, 13,000
15. State Subscription--to aid the
Ridge Turnpike Company, 500
16. do do the Perkiomen and Reading
S: do 500 shares, 25,000
17. di towards ,T:', oad from lPitts-
Sbulrg, threi o l .'.I u r and .-. :.1
St) Mcuadvitli, 480 shares, 24,000
1i. State appropriation-for the pur-
puace of improving the River Bea-
19. do towards opening a Road from the
muth of Anderson's Gireek, inClear-
field County, to Kittaning, in Arm-
strong County, 2,500
20. State appropriation-to a Road from
ni, .1.i. the line of New York,
passing from Armstrong, Jefferson,
atl.! M'Kean counties," 8,000
2t. State subscription-to the Gap and
Newport Turnpike road Company,
100 Shares, 5,000
22. State appropriation--to the Road
from the North line of the State in
the county of Warren, to Meadville,
in Crawiord county, 4,000
23. Do Subscription-to the Road from
Philadelphia by hliadsford, on the
Brandywine; to the State line on a
near route to Baltimore, 300
24. Ditto ditto, to the Road from Wash-
i,-i.i. to Pittsburg, 12,000
25. uirn, ditto,to the Road designated
the Bathisany and Dingmnan's Choice
26. Ditto ditto, to the Stock of the So.
merset and Bedford Turnpike Com-
27. Ditto ditto, to the Stock of the Com.
panty for making a RoAd from Read-
ing, ii Berks county, to Hummels-
tpwn, .inM Dauphin county, 14,000
28. Ditts ditto, to the Stock ofthe Ceni.
tre Turnpike Company, 35,000
29. State appropriation-to improve the
State Road in Greene county, 25,000
30. ditto, to build a Bridge, across the
Susquehianna at Nescopeck, 8,000
31. State Subscription-to the Clifford
a.d .Wilkesuiarre Road Company, 4,000
32. do to thie Belmont and Obinli.; 5-i,
33. do to tithe Belmont and Easton do. 7,500
34. State appropriation--to State Road int
,1.vcounitg ainld Tioga Counties, 3,000
35. ditto, tor improving Youghogsiany
liiver, .. 5,000
36. do o improve a Road from Allen.
Stow a' I'a.]i ,liu -lpiu 3,500
37. State S, ...:!.ii..l-ioi the Indiana
andil L ku.utuu g I urnpike Com-.
38. do to a hi ;,t ui-' ,: the Co tnemangh,
where ',. t. i- Ir : in T"urnpike cross-
es the sane, 5,000
39, State appropriation-to a Road in
Luzernue County, leading from the
Lackawana River, up the rii .u .i-
hanna to ir..:Li'. u I in, 1,000
40. do for ii 'i... ui Road between Le-
hiigh i u1, ,. Hii Blue M .uin' ,.
Sand thm Lehigh and Susquehanna
Tu njiuL.', .1 Northampton Coui',, 3,000
)4 4 : "".,b~.,.- ip i-. n- io tn C fiti ien ury ., bti.etl M ii I 1. all ..d' 1 ".,,, ..fl.. "..
anti Gl t l,CVqi'i+ lla rurnpikte C, wj.- L.ry..
r 1 j ...).. SI .,hl .I-, S20,('.) amuel C..Roane, oftheArkarnsaslerir,, .. :,,:I.!;in niuf 1lu? 'lfi.
4-'. Do ,) ... h l': hi.burg and to be-Attorriey.ofthe United S't.tsa iI I.. ...No. 2.
ibenm ill.- r..I '.,rmp r-y. I ,i.i0u said teeritory.- 1 .... I, ., I i 5 rte;- ,. sandy
43*. Do r I ,, liihe L ,i e t.; l,,.-l,,. N,. vell. nf .-una:k- tobe C. i..,,.i I ..I.. u. .. i,, , .
l' urr pike C,'ImpaU', 5000 tl,r. Ir,,t e. I f r' the ilardl u,' m t. I. l.... .i .l ,, t.., .
wli. i -i 'i .p '.p i S:i.. 'I- t. 'irrv iri a Roi'al lo re ,'. .,, ,I, i 1 i i |.i ,"
l.a..ig Irmni Suu r Ci..c',ii Un1 d- Ether Shipley ef Maine, ti li. AIto l', .ftlie these two r., .t 1 .. I.. ... 1...i..
f'eird c 1.r u ry, 1,000 United: States for the District of l ,it e. judging: o th, -i,.i r c '.'.
45. Do for improving the Road from John. Gadsden, of South Carolina, to be At i he .... i.. ,;,l' the r,, ...r..
Williamsport, by Towanda and Su- -torney of the United States for the District of rc., ,..l. .,,. .,| .,i cr I., .. he.
g,r Creek,in Bradford county, to South Carolina. trees, produced by n mr.', .r.. o.l .r '.'t
N. Y% ..rk '-lin .-,' 2,000 :n,. H B.erIett, of V,, ..i... t .o le Co.- size, and are oftel, i ... -.. .J .1 -I .I ....
46. u,.r Anderon's sill ,,1 iN I,2 Uwied States 'L PeriorniL,.:i, in kinds. The .arne of morida, ",-r, i k -"-
.- r y, 'r.,tct'l iiand New Hlaven r Brazil. posed, from ti.l ,.. i rice i Irl,, ih .
(Road Company, '10,000 Taliafero lirlng ton, Io Lei Ma -i.I for Ie i nd richness, ii. i,, .,uo ...i. .I .;, ,I.. I .
47. Do to York and Gettysburg Turn. District of AUab ., ,. some evidei,-. .. l...' .-sur.,.:- ..f ,. ..._...!
pike Company, 10,000 Joseph M'llvaine, tobe District 'Attorney o6 subsoil, or undi.,.... I i.......,. p i... ',-
48. Do to the WAi ,iesL.I,, Green tas- the UnI,.-d 3Saties for the D.strict of New Jer- soil and mixing it with the sand, so as to make
tie and Mercersburg Road Compa. sey. I a loam, i .h e-.. ...l i.r.i c.
47 nyD, a 7,500 Samuel Luke, of Ireland, to be Consul-of the The _'i I-...lm1 'dil i,j d., anAd I,.,
47. Do toerect a Bridgeover Schuylkill, United States f,, ,1.f- p)rt .,1 U.-Il.,,. ticuarl t .. .t ,.ut, r", i".
at Pottstown, 3,000 ,I.i,,, it. L. h,i.-ron.m Nc.t V 1, k. .-,- t al T *;. .r .- .-t ,: i- 'i .
S0. SI ,e aIll-I,,pri.ti,.n-- lo the tei d- .*..n,,, i,-r n hrs n p *-,' ...! t. i L ,-! t ., th,: -o f.ga ., c I ;. r
ii umi Fi..,k ii t.. Mti.cr, 4,500 N,,rrtl.h-rn LiicL of N-w Virk. other West Jndiap oPdconf.- It has,. been al-
51, Do to 1ao.d hI on Cl ar's Ferry to J osephiLui iDeiaid, ,I New York, tobe Agent ready mentioned that the warmth 'of the Gulf
theBurnt'Cabins, 800 n!t ile U, ,ed 't;I1 under the sixth ande- Stream, driven .from the coasts of the Spanish
52. Do for improving two Roads in- Ly- venth articles of the treaty of Ghent. m a., i he t 1 if .a foro the
comingCounty, 2,500 George Moore, to be Consul of the United Cmrribeatsisea. J.p a I.. straight between
53. Do for erecting a Bridge over Pine States for the District of Trieste. .a n Cuba to -dsMobile ba and
Creek, in said county, 2,000 John A Yu tei, *.t lid inn, ihoa commission Iul,,, ,A, asnto its r id ,un from that bay
54. do for aiding a Road in Lycoming expired ,,n thie 6. ,1. M ,c .... to be Mar- along the coasts sof Louisiana air Florida, and
County, 200 shalfort lie r)-t,:t u I lh.i, h., I... ilo P. teo i ourin Cape l ,ab
55. do for aiding-a Bridge over X hite Samuc I D. I. I -. ,, be ., r-h ,I for tile Dis. .n ',.:'. n-i t, ld rl,2, -, -ing the east
Deer Hole Creek, 800 trict of M ,I..chius.tt, i ItheC ,l..ce of James coast of the "'zt,., Ill t,e n.-, Ithithereof and
56. do for aiding a Bridge over Back Prince, deceased. beyond it, l a very material influence of and
Creek, near Selin's Grove, 900 John Dick, to be Judge of the United States the atmosphere of the coli I ielu ceded to
57. do in aid of a Road from Middle for the District of Louisiana. usby pa heotherd 1 the Gulf
Creek, in Union County, 900 Hezekiah Huntington, to be Attorney of the Streamby, pain. The- c otherdv.u o tca ie Gule'
58. do in aid of a Road, f,.,m i( .nr: *s United Statesfor the District of Connecticut, reams, n .as it:. L'.l .i i,'.prcoast atMo-sward
Ferry .to March Run, ,a V1, k Coun. his former commission having expired. receiving thevast esh sream o hsi
to St oadbeteenMeadle 1,500 Wm Ward, of Kentucky, to be Agent to the sippi, and carrying ir from the Fjorid.A
59. do to State Road between Meadville Choctaw. nation of Indians. peninsula. It is repeated because it is very
and.the Ohio State Line, 3,000 John Biddle, to be Indian Agent at Green impentant.t!uthe clit n te of" ous new purchase,
60. State appropriation-to the Road Bay. that the warmth of the Gulf Stream, t0 be pre
from New Hope, to Diuham C(Lek,. Daniel HU mphries, to :be District Attorney sumed from the circumstance of ts ca uo is
in Bucks County, 2,000 of the United States for til District of New fully proved by the thermodtin er. It is tob
61. do Subscription to the Diwnnglen- Hampshire I. aoved by tho there prt is o .e
61. .do Subsciption to the D. rn" Hampshire. presumed, that it will be, for the same reason,
Ephir t and .lt- abii.-ur Turn, Pke ,iam A.': Griswold, of Vermont, to be At- the better adapted to the manf cture o -.
Road Company, 7,500 torney of the United States for the District of as strengthened in its saline quIality by the
62. do to the anover and Ciisle Vermont. evaporation unler asun from 8 to 15 is
Road Company, 100 shares, 5,000 Enoch Reynolds, Richmond Johnson, Nathan south of Turtk's Islan ds-
63. State appropriatidn-to the a.- 1 l tf '..r u- r Walter S. Chandler, John Hough,
from Easton to Durham Creek, in 1, Ch ilc- H: WV Wharton, to be Justicesof When the greatt extent of the Florida .-es
Bucks County, 1,000 the Peace for the county of Washington. si n (36.000,000) is considered, ani .s..... ,rl
64. State Subscription-to the Middle- Charles I. Catlett and G. W. P. Cistis, to be was the extent of the French part ,
town and HarrisburgTut,.,.,k. Cont- Justices of the Peace for the county of Alexan- mi"go, anod much of it was unclear -d and tin.
pany, 4,000 dria.. cutivated, we must perceive thai, if a small
65. S at.- .Ape prrrii.,n--t.5 thd Road Prior Lee, to be District Attorney of the portion of the lands be rich an-. -,,.l1 .. :,
f' .., r ,astu,'I t ti e top of Sid United States for the District of East Tennes- for sugar, coffee, and cacao, it mu, I. .I I. -
l.,,i.- Hi, 1,800 see. ficial as a large West India island. The sugar,
66. do to the State Roa from Roxbury Alexander Brackenridge, to be Attorney of' coffee, and cacao planters will 'have abundant
to the Tuscarora Mountain. 1,200 the United States for the Western District of land for grass, grain, .r..tl provisions, cattle,
67. State Subscription-to the Arm- PeCnns ylvania. hogs, sheep fuel, I.rur. cooperate, hbiats ,
strong and Indiana Turnpike Com.- and all other useful and n :-c.s r. purp .- ,.,
pony, 9,000 Bosro March 20. very moderate terms, so .t, ttl -e, bl l tlm ..
68. do to the New Holland do 5,0(J 0 Extract of a letter from an ual ...-, -f the U. workeveryit r. t Lit-..e s .-: ..:. I. h ii ,e ,
-,, .., lu ti U ,..... . .-, -,I 6 -- ,, 7 cI .r. ...'h.._w I...I,, o, ', ", .,t ... .1 .-
ianl-: HI c [I ,11 ..d t'-'n-.., 4,000 (Francois) Feb.27h, 1I. .r. I, u% .. se, n, s. oranges, pine
~ o (uee in u~ 4ni,, ,0100 (wi an oisesse th weaii~u,~~. Feb. 27th, mind is enrapplesiing- e.rl.oI -iwite o thichs ale pro.
t) do Appropriatioan--ht, ,,',r l l,., gTh l is city, .d. L -..I n,,r, governed by de- apples, on orh eI .anl.cr ib iae. Thich areit -o
the Road from the tile.o w ," f.: scendants of the degraded, despised and op- duced on poorer lands in cli mateswi ha .. sev
teda op. warm, and which do not require so n .uvit
Falls of Nescopeck, in Luzeraie pressed Africans, exhibits the ruins of a very arm, and which do not requir.reso ..
County, to Orwigsburg, ina heyl- interesting and magniificent place.-Every tap-
kill County, 4,000 pearance indicates that it has been a place of It is presumed that the turtle fishery, for the
71. do do for- improving the NSt ,Io immense wealth, and a seat of pleasure to those meat and for the shell, will he added by our
of Penn's Creek, in Utior ('-a -n,, 2,000 whopossessed the wealth. Bui th e mind is enterprizing fellowacitizens of the eastern
72. do do fur improving the I,-,. d1 h,.,, filled it, ,, I.,il,..I reflection when it recalls states, to whsch may be added thie profits of
the north side of the iirne ti,,,- 0 the oppressioois, the cruelties and horrid mas- the salvage of vessels, which have suffered
tain, to where the same intrrsects sacred, which have iiidelibly marked this blood shipwreck. It will be our interest to At it
the Centre Turnpike, near tie Ma. suitu and accursed' city. lt is now between setitlments in all the Florid.a p-rt, ai..] m.h,;.
honey Gap, in Columbia anSd cu) 1- 300 and 4.00 years since the Spaniards com- the whole line of its cos-ta, by I .. y1 tic
kill Counties, 4,000 imenced this diabolical and exterminating war. first nautical and naval capacities, practice, and
73. State Subscription-to the Stock of fare on the unoffending natives of this most experience. Their aid in checking aily pre-
the Franklin Comp-rny, for eecting, romantic and beautiful island, to gratify their sent or new spirit of irregularity, on :il -.....e
a Bridge ove the French .n, 3000 unholy thirst for gold and treasure. Thou. and amongst the keys and islets, will be oftei
7. -., to i 5,r-on r. r, asi ., sands of Englislmen haves .n tieil ihvIs ln the important, even in time of peace, and sill be
a, tire n-- i r nrrl .lur .' ,- purposeof reaping s lre n itheV I ..-1 a..t ow..i. r;,I nust be -considered as I,I, ;.. i|,.
I .rl, ,i I 1 u.. 1 r'1,. 15,000 But in this city the i Ii, ie o. i f decei,- t-o rla rich and i remain ,..,, i .. r .. I .,..-
75 State Appropriation-ind Road .ts have mo,i t. ., suffered forhaving ports of the ive and a the coasts
fiom Beaver to Mercer, 1,000 rioted oi the asi.:i ,g ..n u leir fellow men of of the Gulph of Mexico, and will happily in-.
76. do do do across the North Mountain, a different colour from their own. The cries crease and strengthen the bondsof union exits-
GrAnd total for Internal s oot ariinly ed t.he very mlg ht it dfrie the ty support and defend, from foreign invasion,
S00 of ornippng after our arrival, Sunday, we towent oneave he coasts, b between their instates o the civil great weste
77. do for iprovingthe Roadfro Marc h 23. shore to paynd our respects to the iscommandero yein riversdictionand thomileitia distArict of the Governor. This
CIVIL APPOINTMENTS ch,000 yef. Tihe city appeared oppressed ha obeef anar and Commander nly b ee f of ithr S i.. eThi
raise thePede cond nin its tOr fli it r l and soldiers were in the case of n s etion oftheUnion so much e.
S S777,180o tructie see in everity direction, some of them posed, ndso distant fro-m the seat of the ge
Add[One or two of these ave beeipti n whbefore inform d looking-others seeming to be aremnant nerlal government, may be found worthy of tha
may Statuned] gu teesof Sir John Falstin rs a rmy. It was reported most early and serious consierantion. he
Daniel M. Forny, of North Carolina, to be tIhat tve civil governor, Ricmd hard, had lost p hadis power of a state would e government to call out a force
Commissioner to treat with the Creek Indians otea arrived that the mob were endeavouring to to repel invasion appears to apply to the actsion,"al
GrPaul Baillio, of Tennessee, to b Factor for Iternalplunder Is ld touse. Captaiave been lundS. whom we were or imminent invasion of sormame portion of its own
the FactoImprovements, Dollars 1,227, 8perhappsny innocent persons rdered.he commnicationwharf, and whose housemercantile proper territory.potsOi
George Blake, of Mhusetts, to be Atmornig afteen our arrival, Sondame, we ent on the coasts,by their inclusion within the civerail jothr
Vney of Uned March 23. shore to pay duced respects to te commander M wsdictioi and militia distrlandsict of t ne Governo
CIVIL APPOINTMENS after t he 26th ief. The city appealliednt a st(nerote of gentan- and Commander in Chief ofparticularly th e. dye wThis,
ByJohn teM'Campesidetll,-fTenned bysee, to be tor ral fcesy and coll fusion.r officerstly black, soldiers were in te case of a section oftwer nionf its so much ex
tats ussion. to be seen in every direction, some of them posed, and so distant from the seat of the ge-.
ne o twohe United Staes for in be of Eas afo good ookig-others seeming to be a remorningt eral government, may be founds value tothy of the
Telly ainessee, for fo ears fro and of Sir Jo Falstaff's army. It was reported most ea prodly ad serious consideration. e
Thomaiel M. ornyris, of North Carolina to be that te iviwho would l governor, Richard, d lost heis power ofa state government to call out a force
Commf the Unissioner to treat wit leSouthe reek Indianstrct of ead,y was ove that theob were eneravou Ig to o repel invasion apped of t apply to the act105 milesial
aNew Yorkill, for four years ro band after fothe plunder his uise. Captain S. who immenswe Cathere oal, imminent invasion, its wa, and frits its o
the Factory on1821.Osge River. happy to meet on the arine, a abundant whose hohoney.se pro Florida per ferritoory.
Charge Blake, of Masenneshusets, to be Attor- has almost been our home when oVirgin shMarye, in. t is said that agesogany, and severalod other
neyal of the Uinited Sttesfor the district of EMassa- tro hen ucd sse to the command generplace, Ma- yrood, of tl e coasts ad islands on and iear
chuTennessette, for four years from and after the 26th guy, a polite nd intelligent (negrol. gentleman, the Mexican Gulf ouparti country the dye oods,
Ja12thury, 1821. February, 1at whose hod ust been proetGov.laimed RichGoverd, and sev aions od the ancorkimal dye, called cschieal, stare iund
John MCampbeltman, Ten..esse, to be Attorney smalofficers, allest oree eastedy black, uhis ner arrest, in Florda, proving tilwhere power of its south mosern
ey of the United States for t. l. of ast atid who wereith a company off hore whoxt mowerning toin limaght soilse, and adding to its value to us.les
TeIslandsee, for four years froand after the 9th day Port au-ince for trial-burd't s h say to put Te prodnu action ofs the poppy, and the pre,
lthe eof January, 1821. them out of the povwert of the enraged popu- p a atio of opiurt, may be cionifidently expect.
altihoas Morris, of NandC ofNYork to be Marshal lacppe who would kill them. After the cre- ed.
of the United taor s frk e Sotren Distatest ofor had scas orerly alept thfore General's, I phase ar The island of Concbaldiste ant 105 milesisfa
New yeaork, forour years frothe and after t Mondaye 21st through trying, ppruins of tly to a immense Catedal, mos fr its bees, its x,nd and forits beating ulhe
of January 1821. where I saw 3 or 4 women kneeling at the fine, aihd abundant bloney. Florida fields forth -
Charles P. Porter, ofeeseeana, to be Mar feet of full length image ofths ne Via dagiy o Mary. similatwo for r advantages, and the production of thile
shall of the United States:0r the district of East We tiein passed through thle market place, myrtle wax.
Tetorney e,for four yeas from ad after te a accide It s verithy heColth ien Aher ie, Ifonty part of our country can support phelasernta-
12th of Fenruary, 182o1, who thad justbee proclaimed Governor of tions of the cork tree, it must be East Florida.
Davids Swerianeathe l .- i .;t i:.l, li be a Co tle phcc-, vice Richtrd. We shook hault n to convenience and to bene sout.
issibe Attorney of the UnihJ t i. k Indi ans, for viche attempting to peane-. ..11 to be, a smbouart halff a mile COLaux.MBIANUS
District of CFlourno re -d soldier, about 35 ye man by thand nof John the ... evwarlueo, Esq. station s, or the watering oe-
John itmarowell, o thAlabma,i. to be Agent of the Decker, formerly ofated byVirginia. Mr. Decker situation g:.ui.. s, cais every where iprows in bit most sin
Creek nation of Indiana lefi a wif and three small children to deplore poor an sandy landse irops in Jamaica in snor landsa
GeBaltimore ; and Chig'lu Scotti,, of ANokans, his apunpiely deae conimed words, that lie M.t i with great profit.
George Wtsbhinf-toi Scott., of Aeknantahi tuisttimely death, .. ut fai- ugar. lttiri
S' -- The er i ulo :nrt t'Vn, at .;v a F ''.-C .!- ';d 4of the Nes whether it iir, 1 -' r ..'..'i n ,the p1pjrgt .n4d othef ojzccrt wihidc e ;'h- hive
T' i b U i .1 () iN l.': ille lit in r., t.-,r. Yi'-.'-. o ; r . ho.tiIeh .- l, ... -. ,,t him t ob :;0'.tl e
... ..!i n l e H1 .1. "e' -. kI. d, .. : ... l,a ti .... ..] i e hi ur post- .ln ie of llstvulcti n; ;*
S ,.i,. li.t tle :i, rId nil tie ;..1 lr M e e ui r a E of L .Mi, dates to 'r r 'i: l. i l, ... |,j,-,,,, I,... |, ..3 .lt the miootii. whe,, eicort.l b ti,
PI l.cD.I El.9: U Uica1. *Th beahi tilnl -hip ,iir.ct1 mn ch at- the iJil ;,I,J L se |.;r.upo l late .tte I .-t1,h r b. iit ri ,,,I T I ,,,i ci .. 1 ... 'ocli e i (n t ,, t i.-n
TUESDAY MORNINGo IkARHCH 27, 1821. tention from the p lIc -liherever 1t e oe a have given ee':eloecnilLn., s I ..r .v,,wa nlue to exercise its fiulctions in the interim to was goilg i e.ter h e .. te -r .
F rwasehe cbrok ot n dy, al. Hvannnt-a gy lt ir.nme. e e > oins he deemed an interreiiinum. Te whole city was row corridor which leads toit, he cut his throat
Fire.-A fire broke out on Sundayever.ing i t It I. .. tn ..her depar- future numbers. The following articles are ex splendidlyilluinated in the evening, in honor I widia razor whici he hd concealed aboil his
fbucuirave turh,;outLi ,tn.splendidly llui ated in the evening, i honer wl a raor \hth he hid concealed abm
8 o'clockin acarpenter'sshr.p,s'UiateinI II lck- I tr.n .. .. iracti li." e t "nig '[.'e ::i of 'i.e i;, .1 ,-l'.: rit ..f this' rin,... Al i clothes and by a .movementso quick thatit 'was
Horse Alley. The building was. lestroyed, anwl l The ,i ire t the d r,-i.iuii5 at Laybacli d.yr.-- ........ Ir, ,-,.,,, 7. impossible to stop him Hi e\.gipI .i.nedi.
several others were on fire--We could not A l Iier from New-Orlteans, otlhe 261h ,ilt. ^,s n, rr.o.ilA.- a d h ugi it was general- Pi'oni the CoierofFeb. 8. -. p-i.n I h -n in ".I r-rit : e
ascertain the extent of the damage. ...so Icomton 13 '. 17" cents cash, righli 1., iindrr.i,. rel d thde 'l..,p al..u.. ithatthetranquility IV'. have ecei t ;-.ic., been
F at .-A stensive conflagration Id. per lb. for cottonito Liverpool, dull." of Europe wo,.l. nout be iitterruptcd by the pers to the 26th ill. It *p-e.,r. tr.,m 'ii i. i-k pi. fl -, to I tr, .i,1 I .Ilve
F ir e a t .V b or 1L k-. -A n e x te n siv e c o n fl a g ra tio n b.the.- .. .r 2.t--.. d r f r t o 0 e p d u o n enr plih'
.ldch this (ngr-s nmay adiptiiii ,6 ufiv.
took place it Portsmouth adjoining Norfolk, F,,re t Sntri,.i-The erchlars annd other I.t. l.c ,lis. or.,siynct- pt a thv, :l.ce. .,s. Irr,-nt,1,, lani l-.vi. M.0.c' i,,li'til ni .h lt u W-' rci ...Ir r ,';
Va. on tle 2t inst. by wIhch 35 to 60 houses redcii o in.. .ehiphli corpl.,renedI An tHeosre of. c 'ioiy con aurin lio np plapc e p r, ly cabln,. il, re:,eal-lcc;re.1 ,, ,;,nic.d,, a:0. ,l, p.. i, I iicl .tl,...Jed
-fave been destro erl. the particulars of. ,ur coun .ivmein .rir ti ir laudable eC-rttini topa s an vo "e of C,- a prisr l -.. pe i ,,,lidrlr ,s e,.ri. e .v i. -; ires p el Ihr ... I." .i n. ...iu -; .1 Iie in
:"pass avoteofceiisure onil. mijt-,''sn.i..ileii W i ha lecri- .in I iri .6 P peis tson. d" ""-. i i. l r .ie suin in
which will be found in another column of this save propertty atthe extensive c.ndi.aront r s. t ., ......
h y paper ta tT for thpl-eir proceed nw g s: ae'"tie.n- -d' ni' :l t' i--. d o:nuoir n d h em I ;,hr t i". ln o,,eir .11na. lhe I. ... O. -iti, l.' .rk. '
day's paper. that place on the 21st of January, 1821. The extracts :- .,,,11. t,,,i ,.. is .., i, h.i. Ih l,
-. -. "* wnicU, the inrnitlis were supported-by a-maino. "" l t..r 1 1 5 PTI.1 rrI h 1 lie
Arrived schooner Hehe.Snli, rom Cartha- American captains and seamen who were il. whicthe s wesupportedy a majo Pais ,Feb. 4. i'tr i ,,,e .u pa.-_ rrrhi c.'u.n u th-
errlvesnah ooner pHotn, -r .. "h "r -( rity of145., The Minister, Prefect of Police, has publish- in. II. rslse hicr....
genasaied on the 17th FebLua,>. At n.lt p ent etonshoe andre rIen Iuv I- lUlhisd. base Sir Francis Bprdett took a edan ordinancefor the I_'.riau, ,f tl, t ,1: l -...... ...i,,- C r... r. pti .-.r.e.-. ad-
e l min t le nce in their power., iey genel uu ly l.n- o, f gi no ld,-r andf.ie uilk-, enlur.-., 111 i'll -e i. I" 'Ihp:. el -r ,I. .t ir d.gT.
edtim e the Patriots were daily coming g ee or reward from the su.fI- c, nsicuou part.r npsttion to the Minis. observance of several lrrrmer orli. 1.lic. ,11 nation at the ie -'. ,r, ,, .. i, r .e -
"ity, having communication open for trade tuch occa compelling the retailers ooh p)wdn r to i.ep a t I ..m i c m et. tlr r.,rl ilie Iii, ,... and
until the expition of the ris There f except that most proper on such occa-c1 .ll"g the "-i. li. a Io d esIl ria.4 ai ,rt-. i "t ler"thAt I eir..
until the expiration on all goods ptice.urase .i -ons--thel tllaik ald the gool wishes of all The question as also taken on imsetting tihe register of the quantities l, aund u descrip. i ll-isposed" l l h' ri.en .... .I '
I Jon,3--thse ihocikan d ted ugommo n thehes naeDUesttItons of the purchasers,tI.tfurtherhPros
S ery ut oin t hod tothe Queesname in the Church liturgy, and hibits e sale and discharge offire.arms and of of the Deputies "atthn 't, i.t -.i. "of .
lost-". .thoieho witnessed their uncommonandde-.
bi the Patriots to go in the tri tt.rmined conduct. lost by a majority of 101. fire works (except by persons duly authoris- P "i ie ci ..., :' i- .i ... :ae n:.
actsr thrat,' nat.glari -Pairiis r The inquiries as Io the late events, are con.1 livtO'. I.. -1,1...1,7
t. h e, o c0 r ers3p w re e iene ur ip n e a r tlI g e c a y n rl- t r.21 It w ill b e se e n b y ou r e x tra c ts, th a t P a r ig e d ) u n d i p a in o f p ro se c u tio n r .. e mT .i. il. t I..,'i l l 1- .: or. ] ,t
the. officers .ere reqel .n Cartl.gen, y rivlat Portsmoutl. N.H. in 1 days is kept in aays is kept in tte of tite of continual agitation, by tinted a, quihe-huilles. the Magistrates l-' .' ti e Iri K p.r
created with 'much attention. from Jeremie, Hayti, we learn that hlie markets the numerous explosions of Gun.powder in the have daily examined several persons employed o lh SeIl..---* 1.'.,/..& ..**. ..,. seeva'min-
"Ftoms 1anana.-Havana papers to the 7th were extremely dullforall kinds of American most public parts of the ct>. in th, ,s I ,at some shopkeepers who isaestyeplied as follow
inst. lav, been riereived at Chlirlton. His produce.. The sickness still prevailed at Mari- The election in Spain appear to have been Letter fom Madid of the 25th Ja, state, Chamber of Deputies to be careful of my life-
1xcellency Don Nicholas Mahy, appointed suc- gone and Port.au-Prince; several vessels had c.:.nducted ii most tumnaltuous manner. .tha the Municipal Elections have been vely a life for whici I know that I m r\ .i,..bi
cessor o Don Juan Manuel Cigjial, as Captain lost their crews, and many were sick, unable The Courier of the 7th Feb gives the fol- tumultuous in miny of the towns. At Ronda, in tn G(,.d Irelf ,d to l. ,-,,. pr.pl
,eieral othe Isand of Ceuba, arrived with his' to do duty. Part of two regiments arrived at lowing hyperbolical description of the King's alusi, the African regimented been comi n horm 'o a ras entrusted t m r;e
sute, at lHh,vana, op 8d inst. i,a die French Jeremie on the 19th Feb. frpm Cape Haytien reception at Drury-Lane theatre: orie, q.; prt The liberales ,,or being alle to strength to -u.p,,tn my sorrows. TheI he I ,l-
ship %ri.i Thel-Sei, from BrorJeaus via Port-.u-Prince. Tle A.mericains at thie port The mosi ielored lMoun.rch that et sr t on sriocced ic i mpoiing on the g-eat number of -wti ch hem l is u ,p I ,1, lw'- ,si -', ii r.T,'
The Spanih blig Alerta, 38 days from Ca. of Jeremie, with a large number of the natives the affctliors OfA. great and Iiyal people, never h'l o.e ,to ro thei all b ,le mlimte pr .i isedab whch n t, tew ir -,, .I
diz, arrived same day, bringing Madrid papers celebrated the 22d of Feb. in honor of the received fr,.,m hiIubjects, expie.i,.ns ,,t at-. IllIi.id Art iucs ,no, i- ceI- i ais h n I r. i II. i-r
to *thl, 16th Januaryl Extracts are published father of his country, GEORG WAsarsnroar. tachment, of devotion, of almost maddening f,1 and .ccurae arcouni o itie iu.i,, s recep. ,d i. h -,ii jut n.vaq.... 'i,af-I%, If i
S' rapture, urpassing those which burst forth lion .,Ist night at Cuven, G,.rden Theatre. t crime, rather indeed, iii...r n .1 r..
in the iario', but are not of importance. Darien.-There was a fall of snow at Darien, yesterdayy .eiaig, hin ithe'King entet-ed." was, if possible, mpre enthusiastic than atDru- My duty isto peneur.,.e i,,to the li' ,,lt lie
Thie U, S. scrr. Nonsuch. Lieut. Turner, ( r lne, on the price ing evng The cir. abyss; I will so penetratee, store1 b', my
h a ciehr. a L Turner, (Geo .) onthe 9th instant, which .lay ,on the Prc LieploFeb cuunlsance oii'e limes give to these occur- faithful -i Ilr, -, arad Iy thIe M -i4sr.r.." .s ha
from a cruise, arrived at Havana on the Sd ground about 2 inches deep on the lith.- CottoiSea ad, Is lsl ; Upland 7d a rnces a.n emput ce fr gr. ler thh o,,l rin my nam ,distribute j,ic,: l t m,, pcolle
nst Such a snoi storm had not be'e experiienced 10d ; Nei ilie.n, r i 1 Flour iew 19 a 23- 'I.ch ,o ll" in an ordi i,-r1 state of .ll'ir.. but to close this abyss, the most absolute con-
Latest from Callaou-By the arrival of the in thatplace.before for20 years, at that season. sour 31.a 33;. BarkN- 1i4 a 18s6, Philadel cest, by the seditious press, be and ftr mo.r fidhe rs. nd my spensable I pereiven the atw
hip Hannibal at Sag Harbor, from the coast of The fruit trees were in blossom, but the cold phia 17s6a 22 means to villifythe king's character, to ridicule assurance of this in the promise which co-
Patagonia, accounts have been received con. was of such short duration, that not much da- .o nmeican Stocks, his person, and to destroy th. t ie.pe-i towvar.l cludrs your Address. I receive it'ii 'the name
frming ie intelligence of the a'acre of a mage was apprehended on accut of vegeta. 6 p ctn~L 104 a'106 j 3 per cents 70; him which he may equally c iim in ,i. rpu,-ic f: tfranc. .I I cin repeat without t ear o
fo heingeo- io.elewienirof the matttsaireofaBta mage was atprehendedionca cC60Dil Of reaeta.,Bt IiJd.6and his private .paIll. These ritc. I reirg cerii actit- 111'-01.1 .
t of b..at'scre boning tohe cedo- tion. Thelwinr at that place, it is said, las not been unsuc esst among the- gnor it i /.'.'c' :crt? i r. ..
mi ni, in th- port of C-.lao. The H:nrn.ibal while been very mild, while in thislatitude, we have From the Truie Briton, Feb., 10.-One o'clock. and the brutal:,bu the iuntxampled testimo-' ilan, Jai. 25.-(Private letter.)-Several
it sea, in lat. 8.-29 South, long. 81-12 West, experienced all the pinching cold of old Green- The Funis-'l here has been a fall of a hal. nies of loyal-y and affection which his august arrests havetaken place in this city, which are
spoke theship Panther, Austin, of Boston, bound land. per cemitthi-sday, which is attributed to the person at our Metropolitan Theatres has elici:- supposed to have been connected with pll..i;al
apokte the ship Panther,Astin,of Boston,bound hostile aspect of affairs upon the continent, ed, prove that he is indeed beloved by every affairs, and the police are so rigid tl, ,t it it
to Gibraltar, by which the above information Sp.,rect-:.-:.-Of all the miseries and suffer. The Prispaperis of Wednc.lay arrived this class(.f;, SlUij-, I,, .e\c. pi those whom we highly danger aus- to speakf the affairs e.
wa given. Capin,, Austin represented that he to hih human meos being 11.. opc's- Nuncio on Tuesday, have des. ired. can easily conceive that .thatweetl Austriaand Naples. t have jiil h,t-.)
I h l the oter netr ves Ings to which human beings can be subjected, c.igr.tulatcl his n.je ln i ie name ot the this .popularity mus- he wormwood to those that the Austrians have ra ..or
ll ith e er newould em h.t those from shipwreck are dliric bo, I rnce from the who have been striving to destroy it; but we ent towards the Po, and that orders have
lingin port, in consequence of an indiscrimi- most to be dreaded The parilird fThe .t.mipilt m.ile upon h.; lie in the palace of did not think any thing so nameless would be been issued for their being pi-epar-ed to pro-
nate fire being opened uponi them by the Span. tie Il.ilreea, r rnei 'lhe t, of last monh. Atf attempted by lii,.t as lo misreprsenwt i fact, ceed towards Naples at te -lilest riotiCe.-
ish bitterie and thai the day after the capture oss of two ships, and the sufferings of the r a- the .nb, ..lr ..l fI .gn minis- to th truth of h ten or fifen -hu I ie diu it..nce ,.. olioceu.i Tu rin the
crews and passengers, as -taken from a Liver- tra-s prud title court to ti. king .ind rou.l persons can depose. Y(t even this hs bet, il.ther day hlas caused coltsiderat s-ei.anor
of the Spansh frigate by Lord Cochrane, a pool paper, published this day, will give some- family. i ; attempted by thi Time :' : here anduin fact, ei.1) ti,,g sse
fred into by the Spanish soldiers, and several tg a iea ofter elncl ton, it ih Ole Prsi.ie t the Ministers. It is said visit to Drurn Lane Theatre, it contented isIf Laybch ofanco equence. It appe-s, w-
led n te is ad and the feelings of those who were so fortu. to be in contemplation to make a new ordinance with saying, th t His majesty, on the iwho ver, that the Duke de Gallo had received per-
en killed on attempting to lnd.it was added dn e withsan, tht smaest,. mission to proceed thee,il that Pince
en killed n attempting ladt was nate as to escape that death which all were ex. respectin the int-rnal police, of tie royal pa- was well, an even affectionately received ss had a favorablee treeptio and that Pnce
that the Viceroy at Lima ordered an escort for pecting. laces, in conformity towhich the inisterof a gr at aj rit of the house were perfectly l d a av orable reception fr ih .
Captain Downes, and conducted him on board 1 the king's household will be invested withI more quiescent" Tlhi, from our own personal ob- Avedson.,.i..h.Ju
bisship. No blame, houeser, appears to have The Commissioners for victualling the British te- -ia 1i ybach of a ec serve we wholly deny. We ando not be.- a irteircIvel .a t" ret end.
I% f f (-.i Laybach of a recent date. anl-Ilieve there were twenty persons in the Thea- v ..I ... ... ,l t i
been attached by Capt Austin to Lord Coch. navy, gave notice that proposals would be re nouuces that since fOe arrival of the Duke ofi tre who abstained from joining in the acclama- ed Ma:al.-T' Or 'o t16 I clt Ir ian l.,cl wIM
rane, or any of his men, in this unfortunate ceived on the 2d Feb. for supplying 6945 bar.- Gallo, the negotiations and the conferences tioins, and we appeal for the truth of this asser- said to have been publishedat Laybach, either
occasion. rels American flour, to be delivered at the dif htve take11 a turn which eincuriges the hope tion, to all the morning papers of yesterday, by the Allied Powevs, oreby tle King ot-Na.
t, i -l I r.n1 t)ul l') 0 Lurop,p I, .I t h e io. c ten r, ile I aires, and to all who were present ie We c ..il, i(,rl. .i', i.-1 .1.1 auy cnntl-
-I+ ferent West India s siatlo, betwc-en tie l.etia ruIted. ala.I u,,alt .ed tle ,cort flhl,. paper, With piese iu tlt,"it-dle ftla.i ay n.
At a lge andl respectable meeting of the dtce t W-i't s -a -i.rons between li .i, t *" le e l w pe e i. .lcc ar,.
Atl ge an epectaDe meelngoa s May and 20th ,Nov. ..-* ,. ... ....... i ..- .. i- .,,_u.'< .'= of t l. "* inae.l asieic-.
tuilens of New Castle County, Delaware, -- I,..r,,, t tlr.- ....ini th.aI alih,-nstlves montr.i.,ii i-f a, t.pect being ust unrversl," N ,,An. 20.
Stit- it were v finiI IrIt, to tIn e svireiI tireTheirtwrre fromrR,veo,,. Me, ti. 0l.an
held on tire 17th inst. for the purpose of ex- PrMiia.-D..parchrI, it is said, werere- in an ,v k Trd siuatiot relative to the events when the king entered the theatre. They T hey write from Rv.,d.e. itr Austrian
pressing their opinion relative to the laws im. ceived in London, from the King of Prussia, of Naples,.Spain, and Portugal, in pursuance were most troloig,-,sl.at that time certainly; ntoops. tat cAstian h il l r se
posing a tax on Steam-boats, Stages, &c. it stating that his majesty did not mean to pro- of the law cled he law of te ]00 I f rins" btt they wte noa hit more general or .fer- Inentr roTia .Astrian T lT.. rl. en
was resolved, (among other proceedings) that ceed to the meeting of sovereigns at Laybach, person whi shalt dare to make free wi-h the ri MAN PAi and diiro i tsec ie upetiori of tl
they consider "the said laws to be inexpedient, the popular feeling in his own country requir- Guvetrnii.n of a foreign state. If you speak" GERMAN PA;1 Rs. 1 and troops r the Ab s ..
unnecessary and oppressive at this time, and ing his presence. ': .% th c- lor, c"-I ,1 r p, i-:,pil adopted by For theseafew months past frequent and large and i, gone to Caeti.
that they ought to be repealed by the next le- On Saturday the 6th Jan. a very interesting th resentment f tile powers o the North, cemitytace glad. Hence thrs cav e gone from this Every of the ommen.t it is ',ft t nes wi
gislature." young woman, in the neighbourhood of Bruns. whose agents would call us to account ; if o a 01ciunommonly hnigh exchange ha but arow have not yet received, ci anes,,. ,ilome W
As late as the middle Januar the most wick-terrace, Plymou'h, who had long receiv- the other ant, we condeiui thenirew Const when all that could be procured at the moment King since, his arrive. .i l i,,.,. M,,,i-t.
e d the addresses ofa young man of that town, i, ni,,t t ri b la s ione te same wa,, partly by the vway of have informed, ihe i'srhin,-ni ,. i ,ti ., ire.
erfeuira aiic...y irafi-to trtrar.-t trel itlrlOrWhi io- ",,ihtp, .
r- -e-c-t-,-t-,- i i-, on being neglected by him, took a large dose l ,,i, h ,-n i r our *r',ir.nl- rl* r h, be, are
and the cor,,maioiri.ail -mn p- gued the ma- of slow poison, which, although immediate as- in .either ub,.-et to pay-the penalty,"
jestic march, to be expected from the good was procuedA casket contailtin diamonds and other
sense of a nation that had adopted it with the d sac, wa p ocd, timet the ofc prec a- .i. t,. I' i. i rrir imong the
Enthusiasm dr-athI, it is said, to thie g.rt affliction ruins o l ib ti .,Ac of1 tcl 'Ie I'rine o f range.
ot ubounde enthusiasm .. .. of her surviving relatives. Another young The led.s ,'n '.l lihi Tl.>-, &.cd,,s mentions
The Free Press'"-We received oni Satur- woman had poisoned herself at Exeter, in con- that a Fr-eidnt i it,, th ica.tl c -l. tuniie e.
.. s ented Irimil a'n Ih ill nlbn.ensc -at &e. a. i..rjr',-
dfy a paper uider tiis title, requesting usto ex. sequence of having been seduced by an artful aiiloun.iing 'i tIh hermit thalt ie wished to
change. The paper is dated Thursday, March: villain. pass a few days uader his hospitable roof On
22,1821-but we cannot find where it is printed.i Sir Walter Scott was confined to his bed by the d,3 afit Ilis .ir l he requested the her-
..tu, it to. ir-cr'mip ai; him To the crater of Vestnvius
When we can learn this, we -will send ours. Iicl.;nis, a mid a. -o In tih.3,d reachedit, illt stranger
This is a carelessness which frequently occurs p. prcin'.it di li;mt 1 imito the ,a.yss tirnm by
in country papers-they should mention he 'The Liverpool Advertiser of January 27, tht iii ,ii.ble "nlc.eo. The hermit, on his re-
in cury papers-they should m t the ,turn, having inspected the register in which the
na.n.e of uthe itae, county and town in which says-" A letter was received Ihere yesterday visitors, tstailyinseted t their nanis, found a
their. fte publilied. From circumstances, we from a member of parliament, who is believed memorandum of thilt unfortunate traveller, in
sh,,.i. jau ige the paper in question to be pub- to be much in the secret of parliamentary tac- which he avowed his intention of terminating
lia.hid somewhere in Pennsylvania, tics, and who confidently assures hiscorrespon. his existen~. TTle aOote is signed Louis
dent, that notwithstanding the unfavorable ap- Five per cents Jf ".)--After the close, 83f
Q T'J-argicallncident At an Indian wedding pearance oftlie first division, the minister is 60oc,
in tihe. Ihilippie Islands, the Bride retired most perfectly assured of a majority of more By recent intelligence from Madrid we learn
from the company, in order to go down to the than 100 on every question respecting the affairs of Spun are ..till in a very un-
lwshr .As she was trus em- Queenandofan oruotnverysettled state, and tha: several of til local au-
i and wash her feet. As she was thus em- Queen, and ofan overwhelming majority on every thorities in diffrentrovinces had been at rres-
phe,1, an Alligator seized her. Her shrieks other" ted and sent to pti.
br htth le to the place, whn saw her o s t
brought the peoplensto theethplae, who justdraw he Reportediffereiceslia I .' Li/..-A London Dutch pap.rs. 1 ithe tl int. an.- L; -,,,i Ga-
ttween the monster's paper says,ad We are extremely lhppy to per. zettev to tihe i26huht. i, ,clel tul n il.-. fore-
,.i i., vai _r. 1 he Br-idegroom instantly noon. The former did not contain any news of
"ltg.i after, with his dagger in his hand, and ceive, that since our last mention under this moment. The later give an account of the
S. head, the illustrious pair have demonstrated a grand cereimonial of the installation of the
pu i-ned the ravisher. After a desperate con- most proper' desire for concealment of the dif- Cortes. The-Deputies pet on :he 25th of last
i,he made him deliver up his prey, and ferences thereiallde d to, by assatng n month, merely for the purpose of choosing a
toh horewiththebody ofhisdead therein d t, by iati i provisional i-esdent fnd Secretary; and of
Sto th hr, public together; andisincerely do we wish that appointing a Comnaissioi for the verification of
wire in ihis arms -it may bethe meansofarecollection of former the qualifications of tie members. On the fol-
The French National ship La Tarn, Captain love and future satisfaction. The dignified lowing day tre (ortes assembled in tihe metro-
politan church of St. Xay, where solemn miss
Tranicke, sailed from 'Hampton faid-, on the sense of the one, and the kind amenity of the was celebrated il the oint inpre-.mi manner;
20th inst. bound t. Rocheiort, (FrVince.) 1 Iri- other, are, we are quite sure, capable of every at the same moment a rmanill -ot. was fired
is thievese .in which came passengers M. Hyde thing conducive to the happiness of, the mar- from theicastle dar te fortresses, an rivd alo by
intville and suite, on a mission to the L'nited tried state; and, in such times as tie present, it which were decor with flas. The salvos
States, will be obvious that nothing can be more inju- -etre repeated whit thIe Deputies proceeded
rious than such divisions. It willafford us the to take the oatth on ire holy Gospels. The oaths
It is said the students of Brown University,at sincerest pleasure to be enabled to put the, enjoins fidelity to, leir trust, allegiance to trie
Providence, R.I.have formed a society,and have reigniinug sovereign,adid tre pieseavation of tine
t elt a in r whole subject at rci ." succession in the itp-rs. dynasty of Braganza.
cometo r-rtuion.l to wear nothing for.their The service concluded by an eloquent aiu-il p-
garments but American Manufactures. Similar propriate discourse from the pulpit; jnlr
Societies have bten lorme1. at other Colleges Capt Low, of th Virginia Ross, arrived at which the memberiof the government and the.
in the United States, which may have some ef. Baltimore on Friday t evening in 18 day, from lepli.te, rproced-,-id., tie o n.11 us ;it.d, an.m "d
feet ifthe plan should btoiome general among Gonaives;,reports s hat on SundA the 25th ult. nt'us eisi. -ca dme is ir one, i
them. ierolueiua took place in Gonaives,--much pe e ,dthen ith.e ,>i .p ,1,i a til, ,i (l .,| ..l thiv.-r-
sconuiuiion inued, and many houses were plun- n ica'ugutal .trJa <-.jeU Ii ihalI iir ..l...qim. iire
Illinois Legielature- is stated in a western dered-On Monday the commanding general and pets, ity,, a IpI t- .u si..t
paper, tliat the bill for surveying a route for a appointed by President Boyer to that station We regr-et tat ou time and limits preclude
acnal ,to connect tie navigable waters of the had leave or was ordered to depart, which the possibility of givig insertion to tie address
Illinois river with lake Michigan, was rejected apparently he did willth as little del y as possi. malr d.ios u i His exceheincy declda-
in the lhout-u ni p n- ble-On ri.] y the revolut;onis-T in turn eva. iikm .e t u in thele irneof tie
cua(ed the towni, and on Saturday it was again iru..a,,, fuli iti. ccrli. t, an arduous and mno-
tButter.-Fresh Butter is selling at New-York taken possession of by the troops of President mentous crisis. I Ti members of governmeru
froni,28 to 30 cents per lb. A person is said to Reort said the general wo head then wi ihdriew, .n.1rl -sl i., i... their-
have cleared B500.by purchasing it in this city y eport said the genealwo head seats as such. 1.. .i...-u.i 1l pres..l. i and
and carrying it to New-York and sellingitit.n the revolters, with his followers, had retired to i,, .;,el,'i n'. ok place; and the- first
t~t ml kettfor this high price. the Mountainus, ... PL.v)p ,..iiAii ubintiL to the assembly was,.
i.. C direct, and partly oy land car. .bute this to the gre at .1ill of 40ow, [i [i h.: .1
riage to Antwerp, it lias ,ti .e,] la yalue which impedd tlic 'e a,.i,,,camtisin. Tri'- rl'.-:c I:e.
is almost anparalkdledn in i lii i years. This gent has a.kitt back 4 tth rlit'i>aI:r ii.: 1.1 ,1
circumstance causes thiskindof coin to flow of CotlrtitunuI II l..litl' r, Imu, iirrLb;aa" hr..'
hither fiom all parts ofGermany, and it is there Aithout 5icui, t-4it. lie .hit eil s- r -
fore probable, that England will be in po:es- .alfra-llons that h wishes to be made. I t.-se
sion of the larger.part of this precious u.eti c:.rrccmi,ins re .crs numerous, and 11 of thieia
winch was in Germany, and which was 'uonsid. aW =. I li. r e- .tinpr i.ince. A list of Ihem Iihas
erabiy diminished the year before last, by L.,,'g -. r,,,gLc >b,,l0ed, and the replies m., le by
remittances to Russia. the conmmnissi-ers. T he. rellie- in,. I,'st -
The Hamburg Correspondent states, that e 1 Yoml have not joined to the King's tiaase
the declaration of the allied sovereigns, which all titles attached to the crown and person.
was published in the French and English pa- Answer :-The person who wrote the plan
pers, and which called. forth tie exposition of was in such haste that le had not the riln to"
the.views ofhre .Bri ish gov rnment 'irhIi re- write all tile titles.: the Cintrulissioltn firi.g- "
Slpect to interference in the affairs of foreign ses to add tbhlm hereafter.
states, was never intended for publication, and The Pailiament was yesterday t-iinfi. in
was lery incohet:ently printed discussing the subject of the reftisa: In-,, De-
Lo*._ LoxnoX, Feb. 5. -puties elected at P'alermo to act in their rw
The G.-zette contains the following no-ifica. capacity. The c commission i".i.. .- I.p forces
tionfiom the Bank of iEngland--" That onrand them to come and vote in ihe -Hi t.e. and
aferthe 6th day ofF bruary inst. the hbnk will in case they do not succeed by these mea-
be ready to issue, in such' proportions as thie sures to declare them divested of all their
Directors may think proper, current silvercin r rights and privileges as citizens. ,
of tie iealm, to the amounnt of one million M Galdi saidithat they couid never place any
pounds sterling, in exchange for bank notes, reliance on Sicily iinil il.. 1 '.ur.. .i, Bishops.'
provided application be made for the same be- were done away with.
fone the 1st of July next." M lif "i, rm-rar ed iti.' .ftlhe Depies of."
The Prins papers of Thursday.hAve arri,1 m'e .'" a'e bin cc lieuull.it .l.,n 'ii
since our last. They contain accounts offri.-:h be, b, force, they would soon be ,iL.i1h..d 1o
explosions which haIve taken place in various cliange theirsentimenits.
quarters, but fortunately without being attend- Pepe demanded that the province of Pa-
ed with the sacrifice of any lives. They seem, letrmo should be declared deprived of its right
in fact, to have been reduced into a system, to representation for a period ,. L
The following ard the particulars : M I'..Tcrt; ..1 th -t i1.- 0i i,a- ,.i.. ati refused
Paris, J.an 31-At half 9 o'clock yesterday to obe irle mn1-1nlIt,t oi I-.rkameient. The law -
'es uL.c,, ,k ci',l,.-.,,i. ..ilplace in the Itue'St. of tht co-r..',ru ,,I .l. ei.,t re-acih so enormous .
II.:I,:,L, in..r1 il 1, I.a i.cy Coffee-housAe. A s cri-re Ii isl i-it i, knew ohf un. punish-
short time after a still louder explosion was ment that ws adequate -to the offence, Ithere-
eiardin the Ruei du Dyenue, near tine Carout- fore he should refrain front iounr.
sel. nThie proposal of a tie Coamission to bring
This da} at 2 o'clock, r n an expl sion also thcinem by force was then agreeii to.
took place is thle HoteIl of the Ministry of the ---
Treasury, itn a corridor wiri.ih led lrt thIe Dep rri- From the Corioter of Feb. 10.
mynt of General lespon.ibility. It wa s asc ir The letters by the Paris Mlailt till in. ronr, a
taimned that this u xpiosron prochededifrom-n a tins progressive and stadyv rise in the F'PI..r.I,
box, capable of containing two pounds of gun- Funds; oul the 7th they were quote 1 aif.
powder. Fortunately nobody has been hurt; 60c.
but several doors have bere-n damaged, and tihe LaaYBiC, Jan. 27
glass of all the windows in tile vicinity ithas i. eeTli t .._r,' i-'-le RuffI, the Nrpoliltan Secre.
broken. It .iu' .s itii t this bhox might have tml l I' Ii ., l,.. several conferences with tlhe
in r:.. i..-1 more damae if the powder had Atstri an adRussian lMinisters. A lioughl the
Ui t, i-jre compressed.. :Immediately after the precise result ofthese conferences has not yet
explosion, tile iron grates of the Court, and all been officially published, some circumstances
tai- of the hotel of the Ministry wsen e have transpired. Thlie following facts must be
closed. Ajudicial inquiry was instantaneously admitted as extremely pro banle. In tile first
commnenced. I I n plue, it i's beyond all doubt, that Austria an.4
prLosnoax, Feb 6.. lussia will never consent that the Constitatioht
We have received the P r -.ini,, .ii of Fr'i- of tlhe Crites shall prevail in Naples ; but tin'se
dny and Saturday. Ttine,AMiu.. iir i.1 ilie former two Powers (o not pi-etendl that the absolute
day contains ilhe following statemnieisn: power should be re-es.ablihed in thie kling.
"[IThe investigations undlertakein to discover don.
the authors of thne outrage which t ..I, k F. TI.- ma- the King.will retain- the power
il tile palace ofthe Thiuilernes, hMvino -. sre i c .. g'. ,,- 1 itle people of thle Two Sicilies, a
--.p i 1i a ainst am individual called N i, i i Go ern n t, Niii % i -t'',.r r
-i ur i%. issued against nhnm by the Judge in which tilep-rednominlltce of tile nr ,.... ,1..
of Instruction. Hie was met yesterday, abotI power will be pr-served.
2 o'clock, in one of the streets of Paris in ). Tho arrival of thu Duc d Gillo, m inist er of
cabriolet, and conducted to thie ir fect-re oi Iforeigtn affairs, hitas caused consiJlei'alule s
daw trp Ih. liiu ;-. i. % f it. trrst, mind to negociatiouin, but lie will aso rem r tiu nil r *
proceed tI ube aeriiticatusm and seiisure oftcthe authority,
It is the general opinion here that the mesm
bers of the alliance are desirous of avoiding a
war with the Neapolitans. A report has never.
thltel:s been f'cdli.ie.t, 'hat the Peninsula wili
be occupied "' a- niiiarv I .-.c-nC. It is even
asseredi that the American army has made a
general movement, for the purpose of passing
S.'r irT tihe ministers who have arrived here
t,,,n I-i' days, are sir Rdbert Gordon ; M
de Kruderier, 'Russiali minister at the confed-
Ci unii .. ,:tl' ', .'-:.-iitil. M. de Spiridon, Rus-
sian consul general at Venice; the Cardinal
Spina, his holiness's envoy at congress ; and
i:Atl, II..: Russian Lieutenant General Count
t..i uoii.... W ."
Con-T oF KvNO's BMENet, Feb. 8.
T',.' AI.'.g vs. Sir Francis .Buret't.
ITlifs tnr.rni.i.i th -i.t. a w. i-.r-e crowded
f i III1 -r. ii. c i,.ac'p n "*'- .f a i,:-i '. 1 notice
I. 1i-. .I' il nint ili th c i. : uitldl be called
upon toa ..-i.. itihej.ilgnem t oflthli ct-trt. He
airic.r- diicoutii ulinti 11 clickc, ,..compani d
hb uia-rl\ all the genilefin-cl whlno ',:re a lthl in
on h.: l.n-t Oc ,e-i,,E when,he '. ., prs,-,:'t.
The cniinsel for the defence; .f'ter puJitig 1it
ail il Ai -i, to shew that thie circular sent to the
Ji, \ t Leiceter who tried the cause, was sent
b, l,'iinklii, otiierwise Fletcher; ajd to state
that an unfavorable impression might be ex-
.cited with respect to thie honorable Baronet,
Sin consequence of its being supposed that such
letter was written by some indiscreet friend of
tice ille'Ie.1 i, proceeded to address the Court
:I in ii ii.,i. f punishment.
I h i .\%,1.riey *ind Solicitor General thus ad-
'.ir. ,-. d ih. '..it oun the dangerous tendency
of the libel in question.
Mr Justice Bayley, after some observations,
ei,i e.,c d the defendant to pay a fine of 20001
to 'i.- likrg,and tobe imprisoi,-d ii iI, King's
b-e-.hli Prison for there Ito, ,lthia.
7%The Queen's Chanberlain.-The Duke of
Roxburgh is appointed Chamberlain ito the
Q,e 1.-',,IL. JA,U 22. The Duke of Rox-
burgh never heard of the nomiii'ii--.no Ie i-
.85. ears of ige, lives retire-i un h- esltteS in
,.;i.liiiJ. and neve_ purposes again to visit
,London !-Dublin patriot .
.."ar,-.s.:' '.,' by the Goverhor.
Marks Joihn Biddle, lProilinuta.ry for Berks
Peter Aurand, Register of Willi for the same
John Miller, Recorder of Dees Ifor the same
Henry M. Richards, Clerk of Oyer' and Ter-
"niner andQuarter Sessions for the same coun-
.ty. -. :
William Schoeneri Clerk of the Orphans'
Court fur the same.
OFFICERS OF THE BOARD OF HILALTH
Pie,- 1:.-Dr. i..,mue I Jackson.
S. tar'--jr zmrn..I Emlen.
7'i.'.lwirJi-.cplh R. Jenks.
.- Ctvrk-Soseph Pryor.
I 'u of t/ie Lazaretto-John Robbins.
-. Physican- Dr. Ale B.;ingl Knigm. ht
2.o oi't Physician-Dr. Ale anuter Knight.
TJanes :c,'l, d ? P :Tinnri,.
Joltn '- .irlall,; (I.) Annapilihs.
No'r..-hI'hese gP htleinei were pireviouily in of-
flie ; but, l)y : law of ttire tit SeSsiomiit of tie l.iit con-
.gre, I,,l ,, _.. .. I..n 't -', l',.ql' pili, tml ents
had expired. liuc ue n w ..... ii .-i ,ia were tie-
ess r. ,
An Acet has been passed by the legislature of
Novar c- Ii ,, I .,i;a ilitv on .certain articles
imporiIl ,.,in I'. s. li- r -,e year from March
28, 1: i--' I ul-r.r lii',si 21 10s; ox over .
years'11' 15s cow 3 years and under 15s
sheep :- ; hog 11; 1 i brrel ipple. ,ir pears 2sl6;
cwt. of biscuit or l',i.1 bre-Il 2.. 1Hie pro.
ceeds to be for the benefit of ihe poor.
: A certain editor of the South, cites, on all
,T'.'S i.i M. 1 0s ).n IpI' Ii-IDi>r, U. otncl IIIt Ql ill
subjects : this ri-min,.I.- I, ,of Tie sAredloi of
an European, ah. c.ri-,in l.eiri., i ih II.,: cun
would never go,right.,by-lia '.iich.-B.~ C .
A letter from Woahoo, one of the Sandwich
Islands,,dated July 22d, states that the br;g
Clarion, of Boston, :after having been at FiT-
ning's Island without success, arrived there on
the 12th, anm" a is .li- clhagig l'...r I're purpose
offending a cak-,lHer rep.iriiql hier copper,
&c., expected tr-, pioceEd to Ai .ol, fPr the pur-
pose ofselling the brig to the king--otherwise
to proceed to Canton, and thence to Europe or
home, which they hoped to reach by July next.
Ten or twelve American vessels had recently
been to those islands, among which was the
brig Pedlar, from New York, which arrived at
Woahoo in May last.
A gentlemen offering for sale or rent, his
"beautiful and much admired situation, in the
delightful village'of Windsor, Vt" aftergiving
a romantic description f the. serpentine valks,
arbours, honeysuckle bIowvers, and fish.ponds
concludes by saying, that,." it is without any
rhetorical figure, a Paradise !" Among other
things enutmerated btI Il, ...herthir s3 coin-
trihbuI.ngj renii.lr it Jlrligihtful, lie s tes *, "tlin
in pitsa1-nilyi' i-ti led within 80 or 100 rods of
the State Prison." and that the garden pro-
duces White Black-berries !'"--Ifanover pap.
-1 3New Bait.-The following 'is said to be a
fact, Which lately occur-red on the Winnipiseor
gee lake: A man was employed in cutting wood
on one of the Islands in the lakes, being thirsty
went on the ice andt cut a hole with his axe,
While stooping to the water to di ink, a.Alusk-
rat seitd'him by the nose, on 'which he drew
back, drawing the anirr,'I fr.,m tlie water, and
instantly secured him.-Diver A.M H.'paper.
A few days ago, a w ig:,n from Gwynnet
county, passed by Cayt Sonoia's plantation on
its way to Augusta, loaded with' THREE THOU-
SAND NINE HUItl1IED AND EIGUHT-FOULt EGGS !--
Vadsingtoiin (CGa) NeI'is.
EXTRACT OF A ITTraER.
S"larrisbtsrg, .llarch 23.
"T have but aTfew minutes to inform you
that thie bill laying a duty on retailers offoreign
merchand;ze, hass been negative on a third
reading, by a majority of about 8 or 9. In
consequence of which,'Dr Estep, (and several
other fitiends of the improvement bill) have
given notice that to-morrow morning, a resolu-
tion will be introduced to suspend the improve-
ment bill to .1823 ; and this, I fear, will proba-
-eatt Ji fce.-- ajoru Wi allill y.amlan.j -.
..I';-.,a, -P,, p..i,'-A-bir. G. F. Lehman.
"' Qn,,rt, ;, .,e .1/a "t-r--C..plt.ill H. Kenyon. From the 'eo Yorkc Commercial.dIlvertiser.
'" .. It is stated in a late London paper, that the-
RoyalMifit is coming iilu full acl'i ill. ahd that
:"We have seen a letter to a gentleman in this prupaitations have been itde flr .0 ,ii. nd teat
c tm, fr.m .,i ini.ell;.,_--nt olhicr on board the millions ofg'uineas within the year 1821. The
S"al..',' hl I lolhir,bu- rnoin in. the Mediter- issues are calculated t.pv t aoutt to 2 0,000 per
-...-1,, ,- ,, ,g .tI ilu A lti', hiicit has been week. : '
ialtl. thllr.uni,; i.
ever ufluned. w,- u,,ie Ithis only to shew, which is to dissuade i.,,,gi..,it, .,iai ,r sita-ing
l ,.- Fi -ti,e, :v..i: ,i.tAe been excited their laces westward, hi.. cotiig to nl- tin.
,.-,,,, iti- :I1p at a ,ihi ne from this place, tedStates, and to direct, their course to the for-
are wai.rll) giouidlIc-.-.'ti. Intel4 mner country. The following paragraph shows
'. how well acquainted with his subject the au.
'*i, -v mi.:.-... -TPerin., lia.i,g business with thor is, as it regards the United States:-
le ,c, tri..: ,of lir-,,i..in, l ,i.I D,. po-ite, Wislhing. "Thie United States, which now support mil-
fnt,, m.r,'t inm ike tlL,r oler..r. in tnie to be lions of Europeans, have peopled their territo.
,-.;.I. .'iin ,M.miil mi.. nng. tie day previous .ry by colonists, to whom lands have been sold
t1 ,he dl;,c..ut .l., a no ,i.teas at l.be received on credit. T'ie climate is cold, unhealthy, sub-
on st', ._.-1. '. : ject ct, fevers, and .pot remarkably productive.
I.'lihe colonists were, at the commencement- of
lFir: .1F ..,'ine ,:- h._ I,o- u.M,' terat M,,ntlre. ,C -,i t,,,a,, ,,,-. ....i still are, transportedsome
I -t-1I i 'i, l. ui '. f.u.1 M ..... l i,,,r, I.. -J o I.-.: -,,, inland, t'w here they are
at Ai eb;ny. ,t l...l c f ., ". l .r ,< P ,,.!,.,1 ..I -,, ..i i, i pay their expense of their
hui'ldini ., 1 .i t i l-uu -, II..'tl l, ia i_.. 'u' ,.:, i, Ih..,. h ,i p i..ntle.Jd iu o given to
fite ;;'t b. ,..,. .i. i ,II LOiii ,. 1 le L'..tIlie nV, ,,'r .,.. ,-. i,,,der Ithename of debtors,
l...., .. a,'..I This Hotel .. 0s%' 1,a ,' t.iL .i,'d r, I ~..' .1.' ,,-. ,x or eight .years before
t'.- ui ead of St. Piuls.strec%. nd a'S- fIol. f't.'- recover ahe-ir liberty. In the states from
ni it the reaidepce of Sir John Johnson. A Philadelphia to Charleston, and New Orleans,
i.. ...ar. since t was purchased by John Mol- the fellow fever makes dreadful ravages, and
., O -|Q. ,of Monieral, and fitted up at a great m.ilikons of Eiuropeans have there met a prema.
expense, asaHlltel,.and it was considered equal tuse death."
to a ..'-' ,bi,iim.-,,n of the kind on the Ameri- A few passages onward, and wye find the tol-
Cai (Co,,...~r I'l e first occupants were Mr. 1...;,,, ,.1-.l|ietthl account of the convenience
lt.'..ril l. .i. l MI .t larti.,anI,formerly ofthis ji r. ,, n.,,i.- in Brazil:
c'iy.--".'..- .it. .tc.,tl. of Mr. liyde, Mr: Mari- "The Government has been at considerable
altit has continued ii the. establ:shment.-. Y. expense -in making a road through the moun-
Com. .idv. tains of Estrillai, seven leagues front Rio Janei.
s 'l ro; but on arriving at the loot of this motintain,
Timber i' rade.-A pamphlet on this subject only two leagues from the bay of'Ro lJaneiro,,
ha. lately appeared in England, written by a the road is sontimes only passable at the risk
British Merchant. His object is to show thle of life. Tihe mules which convey the cotton,
advainages tia. will accrue to Gie:t-lBritain by other merchandise, and provisions., often
g.viutg encouragement to the North Americain fahi into marshes, are carried away by rivers I
Titnaer Trade, as it will afford support to many ;and tliere is neither bridge nor road at hie dis-
tlhIusanid : Psejyojt .who have emigrated to tance of six leagues froin the capital.' Negroes,
TU lh British possessions, ii NMorth America :- mules, and merchandise, are lost in the way I
t .oductivu of an increasing ,demand for have described, close to the king's residence."
'Ir1.-1 marninifactures aid give enmploynient to '-
gs.ti. lhundredsof British ships, and thousands Bisset's continuation of the hisiori- of England.
oft..Hitsh seamen. The writer says-" by at- _-A supplemenilal volume of Bisset's history of
fording liber:d encouragementt to colonization, the reign of George Third, has .made its ap-
gre.., relief may be obtainedby this country- pearance in England. The subjects which
the security of the colonies lbe increased-and compose this volume, are the occurrences of
Canada eniibled, a third time, to resist the ef- the last 19years, in the reign of George III;l
ortts of the United States, whose sanguine hope commencing with the meeting of Parliament in
lf" I.-.-:..i,1 .1, I.: p.i,,e.i-sors of our flue pro- October, 1801, and terminaiting with the death-
i.i,,... i.- ,.p.t .. -:,1 by i he conviction that the of that sovereign iti 1820. The author has
Ih--... ,i A' '..-. ml.n.1d fishery, of our West- modestly c,inc-aled his' name ; but the work is
Intia islids,- a., fiitally, ofouriiasalasuperiori- spoken of by the critics in favorable terms.
ty, must inevitably fpllow."-AX. y. D.. Adv. We have read some' extracts, containinti sketch-
.. es of tlie characters ot'lPi'tt and Fox. The lan-
Promr.'ions and appointments in the Ma;rne gage is chain -.i>il ilt-- at..- itr trictly impar-
oCorps, on the .3d Mlarch, I~a1, by the Piesident tial. The prie. r- .I.n .I -1 ,1 lth, history, has
orlthe United States, with the advice and cono-I been marked by a adccession of extraordinary
sent of tie Selatee : events, lii, -'.li. i, we may search tie. animals of
Capt. Archibald Henderson, to be Lieuten-. listorylur;i, tii. same number of. years, in
ant Colonel, to take rank tronai 17th October, vain for a parallel. If the author has done jus-
1820. ticeto this age of revolutions, as then critics,
First L;. in. iJ W r. r..wnlow, to be cap- lsay he has, and to the history of the fallen ty.
taini,to takc i, mi. tfi,, 1. i.li October, 1820. rant whose sanguinary legions made a charnel
Secoiti .'- ..-t:n .t Ii ,'..1, IB Barton, to be a house of Europe, the wori must be a valuable
fri i....'. ., to take -ani from 17th Octo- addition to iii' in,ific Al libi mci.-to ,. Jidv .'
Ibe ,,.1 lientinl G..N'g.' W Walker, to be Tie Doulaureix.-A. Mr. Htutchinson, qftheI
1. i", -, i,t,?iil t, take r-aik lhiun 3d March, Royal Colleg' eof Surgeons, of Lotidon, lias pub,.
I "' lihied an interesting' pamphlet, upon this most
T blie second lieutenants-Andrew Ross, cruel and excruciating tldisorder, atnd gives a
fromtniouisiana; Stepheni M Rogers, from Penn- i.i-i, i.,i., .n.tiyv' of h c,,-.e.. in whcl, he
M6' i 'n...-land WIn A Bloodgood, fromts Neit t.c,,ut ns,,-. I1. u n. i,. -,c.:ess
"ork.- Wa"uh. City G..:. in tihe ,ill inr,, .,. i11., ili,,n, ,ie .1 e t
.Inl be E~ ,, ,litn(.,| i~ll f-ll-(litl ,nL o '. il
., Department --We understand that the
J. I .. .. were appointed Navy Agents on .il
Sj iint,' by -the 'President of the Unitedt
States,'bay anid .wit the advice and consent' o!
the se i.ate,-at thie respective places menetiouted:
Amos 3inney, (or the port of Boston.
Constafit "I'abor, do Newport, R,.'
Joseph lhull, do Mliddletown, Ct.
G | gc llihu tn, do' i'h l...lilpli.:
thie activity with which be has eEupl,.)e.j the
carbonate of iroin-a remedy formerly.used ifs
i., s- I'o i.-.- ,n iil t -...,Iii..-. the desired cf-
.. 'ft-"i i 'hIn Al, l llaii. 'ibi d-, ises. T'he par-
i, ,l..t I. ,-p .r, n ... t ...., h i,i. Mir. .'H utcliln-
.i.iu )i.'t. r., a, tle I r- i i.t of the London
'Ph arintacopamia; and this heb r. .:..-r,-..]- it
unusually large doses, even o tlh.e extent of
four sc-rues threc times a 'day, We. have
k-novwn two o; three cases in wliin.hii C.,1in'i l. is
'I" T i.1,n,,., .-.T fs. T 1, ... *, .1" In ,,1:i.: .
} I ,' I I ', .. ,,i: h.--In I i ,,I J".;.] r 1 O n th1..',; I 1.., I I- 1. i T i.m a i-- G ilin.
-Ve'wouho l J-.... r ....n Ct- 't :- ,.'I ,- -- ..- I M r. .loirt II .;r-.,, to MiN-i AU.,N LiLUL ., ".
the healing : ;rt ,. l:. .- e ,i ,,v ee,,l f. I. i'llIth N .., I rn I 1..-' .
they nm ay h Ive L ,1 .-i.,.,. ,.,- ,'.1 ,: .,. r. t 1 in 1t,,.I .I ... 1,,1 ,.. h i, I 'r liisl i, by the
cate il, 0 .-.. anit rr. i, ,..iO i.- %. ,.'ar.:.-H | ii ,. -. II.. ,_ ,,'i, \tr. OC aittEs L E'TNOO L S,
a hic. i L ..>* ...r... i,'1 in,.' ., ,- tn .... to i M3 l ,A *.' ,.i,ti. i I-,,.l of this .:.il .
-* l 1' .nl ,-1e. c : ". ill 1 ,10.. by the Rev.
... : \\ ... ,T,.. M .r,:hl ;' ,, N-. .1IJ. M ', ',i l.',%I'. i'r. ',M er-
T ," .' .. ti ,"' -t .; ,1,-- ,, n n ii ,i, th, ,; A.' C i i daughter of the late
read -I l lt.. ,I i -. p,r', i ,ll.r ce I -I, l 1 r .hl i fil,i' city.- a e .
...-ie oi i l -i.. .t ,... rui .lu ch ri l- u At .i .-' i iE .:m.f No Jie r E v
r..i 11 ,t b r e dr l e- .. \ 'te 1,1t .. e ... .. .- n F i tlii -1 I .: l 1-li ,,- -1. I' CL K, Il ln -
mi in l,o.h '.n the s ul 1 1.- L.ul t ;s gei n .,ni l *,tC l h, c' n t, T ,,, \ -, c..,-,,d ij ,hlte,- f
undii u.J lhat M LI,,r ,ral .lic.tbt lrr.u i, -,TU: 1 i,:(k, Es,... i'El ,--. I' u .ph.
Sand Hm zi ',lle l.,.:i .:ralS S. oI\ w1.1 .ih: .0 1 q On Tl'ii aI l..-.,, ,\I| I..l ,1.,r ennm -t r
G en,- l-, M hib tet.) vlr-' i y .: rce t1.,-1 -...n lhc .7,),.,t P.. In Uy Ifc Hi "lt i t eU.1 11-1.1.h p .
llne%. e ,t1l]- l eIIrr 3er 0 :. 1J lajntl ljE ,. aeie tO l..Am ra ell, M r. .-,n*H i c.'L'vi i, nmf .JI ,h '. I l,
U 'o rdl to make IlI.e nfct%-r1 -I.:c'irrt, fnm F ci,, .11) S ll n i t .VL,,,os, ',h1:ht0 r of ,],-
tlie pr lese-ni ulftices 1 II Arm, In li[e iin. I'tcI Ir..1 _, pih t3'ile. oI 'helt.rno- place.
charge ott'tis unrpleastint dun, mine men .'f me- At Duiili,., in ume county of Worcester,'Eng-
rnt rinsJt be derahgedlr.-.moit-c. The oppoilu land. l.lthli .an. G-orge W4. IIaikes, Esq. mer-
i;,.v, hou ever, is ,iori.d ,,-n tli seconwl- elc. chant, le.t of N.-% \' k. ".
tio. f'roim lie smni m.itderil. t command hli,. At Dril. Co,nicctm, hy theRev. Z. Smith,
set vice. ,..f i.p most us.:lfI, JCtie, and l accim- SAMUrM.A Krn, E:lq; late of England, to Miss
polished officers. It suipoe.l itht ile MAtr A. BLooMaFarDI, of the former place.
Board nf G(eneral Offic \er ll .,-iinole ift this .'
city within two weeks.
SSAVAXtTAI, March 14.
At a public sale this day of 225 b.iag of Up-.
land Cotton, there was, at the commencement,
a good deal of vivacity, and buyers seemed
anxious, but towards the close, their spirits
moderated, an.i-l he remainder of the .dle v ,i
very heavy, lie fllo, ing are the p .i lieui ,-
23 bags at 11l -2' ct-; i 12, 29 ido 12 1- ,
.20do12 1-4; 70 do123-5:3u do 12 7.8 25
do 13 1-4.-Total 225.
PzrL s.asi'ni, (Va.) March '23.
IThe timr.. ait .-l t- ..i 4g of bird's is arm.e. '
We ILvC just p,.-,cd the e'r. of the vernal
equinox.' Wihin the compns, oit i i'eck, 1ye
have had in this latitude every %rl'ei iv of wea-
ther, that perhaps has ever been experienced
on the face of the globe-Irom the arctic to the
antarctic pole ; from the "Orie,,t to the droop.
ing West." To rcc-ipiril.te-We have had it
la.igr,-.bhlv Trm .dt ,elerely cold-the mdIl
south,,nii zph.,r, arnJ ihe boastcroti nurthelil'r
bl sl-iarmn r.i.nis and cold i rin-i-.e, snr>,
hail; and during the time, the wind h.s blown
from every point of the compass!- It is said,
"variety's the very spice of life"-and here the
gales of the equinox, Jltihough profbAbly not
combining much of hi aromatic flavor, were at
'least sufficiently various for the most fastidious
taste. However, the storms are tnow hushed ;
old Boreas seems appeased, .,a J i.tih l-cuar
skies, the i. e.titl, r appears settled at the ponlt
of a moderate vernal temperature.: ,
Pennshylvania Lei !at1re.
HOUSI, OF RI:PRF.StN rATIVE5.
W EDNE~I|AiI, M.,irh '1.
Mr. Brackenridg,- rep.ortel- lbi to suthior-
ize Hance Scott, an alien, to hold and convey
real estate. .
An act authorising a state roa4 fomt Mount
Pleasant in Westmoreland countycto Waslhing.
ton in W.,ta.,h'tt.:'n co '., a -. p ssed.
The "iill re Ja.lAig, n.|pe.:t, s f as finally
[By this act the inspector of flour is to re-
ceive for inspecting each, barrel .} cent ; the
inspector of bark, for each ton inspected 1 50
cents ; the niisp ctur ul ssilt piot ailiis, i.,r each
barrel inpet.c.d, c. nts; Ihe iipi.tciior .It
butter aid I.,rd, no change-, per keg iii-
spect'.1l 1 cI nii ; the ij p. ctrr .* t liitil-
led i a.l I-., l.' ricda cask f ,, :etiCL 1-'j
cents, the i,;ii.ector of Ininbet. 1.,r e..ch 1000
feet .t1 tl o,l .3- 1.3 ceni-t .. the | npe-'.r of
staves and heading, for each 1000 s aves 50
cents; for each 1000 l inc i'2 ,0eit ; super.
inteindant of powder m IgZife, til the storage
of each keg of powder,n rinou rtegAil t,
time, 4 cents; measure of t.' i, t'.-r <,L ri I'.i..
bushels,?7 cents; Deputit-- of di'o., fur e.ry
100 bushels, 15 cents Til; in ir,1rent to Lbe
.used by the inspector ot bniter iod lard, ii not
to exceed $.8thp of an inch in diameter. Shad
and herring put up and inspected in other
states,and e\r,-Jired from Pennsylvania, may
be shipped ','it,:| reinspection ; twelve hoops
to be the lawful number to.each. barrel, instead
of fourteen as heretofore '".The inspector of
gunpowder is sabIj.,I l a. use.ess j
The bill laying a d.Juy oi, retuiilei .f f.'reigo'
merchandize passed through a (committee of
The bill to incorporate lie Muical Fuijd So-
ciety of Philadelphia was negatived in commit-
tee of the whole.
Mr. Orr presented a petition from Chari,:-s-
James, for a divorce tr.,,nL th( bands' of matri-
m ony ,i",
An act for the relief of captain Robert Orr,
of Armstrong county, was passed.
March 24, 1821.
Interments in the City and Liberties of Phila.
delphia, from the 17th to the'24t(l March.
DIsEAsEs. D &ss D Es. E S
P *., .-. ? g
Abscess 1 0. Brought over, 22 7
Apoplexy, 1 0 Inflammation ofQ o 0
Cancer 1 0 Ithl brlail L -
Casualties 1 1 l. 1 0
Consumption of 11 i Bowels 2 0
the hlngs 5 Live 3 0
Convulsions 0 1 t,,i-,ny 1 0
Decay 1 0 1M.nii Putij 1 0
Dropsy 2 0' ,.1'iiflic twi r 0 2
in the brain 0 1 Pleurisy 1 0
Fever 1 0 Rheumatism 1 0
Nervous 1 0' Scrofula 0 1
Typhus 1 0 Sore Throat 0 1
Gout, 1 0 Stll bori a 0 3
Hives 0 3 Ul,:e-. 0 1
Unknown 1 0
Carried over, 22 7 -
| i Total -49--34 15
Of the foregoing there were--'
Under I year 8 From 50 to' 60 4
From 1 to 2 1 60 to 70 4
2 to 5 3 .' 70.to" 80 1
5 to 10 2 80to-"90 1
10 to -20 1 90'to6100 0
20 to 30 13 100 to d11 0
30.to 40 3 -
40 to 50 8 To"I, '49
Of the abho e number, net e cTrom the \iIi.
House, and o people ul cohlur are iLluded in
the total.amount.: '
By orde of the Board, '
JOSEPHI PRiOR, C ""h '
STATE Or THE 1fR NIOMETER.
1821. o'clock. 1! u'lhlck, u',-l.ck
March 19, '25 .'5 "1
20, 33 35 ,36 "
21, 44 48' 45
22, .38 47 46
23, 47 55 55
24, 53 60 62
SQUANTITY of Wrapinrie Paper for sale
at this Office nov 13-dtf
On Sunday morning,' Mr. LLKE SIrELDs,
aged 50 years.
On the morning of the 25th instant, of a very
severe,but short indisposition, SA M UEI. BAnxass
of this city, Currier.
On Snit 'd ceri.ing lat, SAKUEL CARMAN,
in the ,th it) e.r f hii *age.
On Sunday rr.ornilg, after a lingering and
painful illness, Ito trF.nr it PATTON, eldest son
of Abraham Patton, late Watchmaker of this
city. ,. .
On Sunday morning, in the 68th year of her
age, BATHSHEBAA CLARK.
On Saturday morning, in the 47th year of
I.i age, .luai S)n;, P.i,,ter aid Glazier.
On iSalrdav 'nioriiri,., in thlie 13tli year
r.,r age, M -s E.LIZ stra B. ft, after a sthutt
llline-s L. da s.
In Boston, aged 83 years, Miss Hannah Still.
man, who was daughter of Evans Morgan, Fsq.
a respectable merchant of Philadelphia, and
relict of ti-. highly respected Samuel Stillman,
D. D. Pastor of the First Baptist Church of
Boston. All who knew this venerable lady ap-
preciated her worth.
.In Charleston, after a protracted illness, Ro-
bert Wilson, M.D ; Mrs. Mary Drinker Hort,
wife of ir. Benjamin Hort, aged 30; Mr. Samuel
Stiwell, merchant, aged 38, a native of New
In Baltimore, Mr Thomas Worthington, aged
82; Mrs Ruse Jandine, aged 98,
At Norfolk, Mr Henry F. Boucher, of the
firm of Boucher & Brothers, -hardware mer-
chants; also, Mr FelixKink, sen. aged 65.
At New York, Mr Peter 'Simonson, student
of Divinity, attached to the'Presbytery of New
York; Mrs Mary Tute, aged 73; Mr William
Sickles, 54, an inspector of the custonis of the
port; Mrs Elizabeth Mitchell, 67, wife of Wm
Mitchell.I I _
At Butaloe. NY. capt Eli Biown, a revolu,
tionary soldier,and a pensioinex of government.
Departed this transitory life in the 23d year
of his age, Farawca Boyn,dfthis' city. An ill.
ness short and sudden has, as -it were in a
moment carried away this amiable and estima-
ble young man. A numerous circle of acquain-
tance most sincerely regret him. Young, no-
ble and generous, he had many friends who
most tenderly lament his death. May his
premature decease be an awful warning to the
companions of .his youth and -while they re-
member with a tear the many virtues of their
departed friend, may his early fate remind
vl.i n,, prepare, for whl knoweth what the
nl i..n. may bring forth." Esteemed in life;
may he not be forgotten ihl the grave .
SVilc Doiminc, Ct mmlcuor eto mei."
DiET, At N. Providence R. 1. Mrs. Mary Wan
ton, relict of John G(. W'nanton, Esq. formerly of
this town aged XCIII years. She wis the grand
daughter of Gov. lHenry Mull. The celebrated
Dean Berkley, (afterwards Bishop of Cloyne)
who at her birth, owned and resided at White-
hall, his seat on that Island, stood hergod-fath.
er at the font. She proved through life, worthy
of such a sponsor---possessing every quality
that could adorn, and dignify the female cha-
racter. After her marriage with Mr. Wanton,
she became and continued until her decease,a
member of the society of Friends.
b.:prted. iliis life on the Iith inst. after a
pr...tr.r:ieJ illnes-, at Charleston, S. C. Robert
Wilson, M.D in the'41st year of his age.
Dr. Wilson was well and widely known by
his useful services in his professional capacity,
and in the various relations ofprivate life.-Hav-
ing received his medical education and degree
at the university of Edinburgh, among some of
the most eminent men of that capital, he return-
ed to this his native city, where, for 25 years,
lie was engaged in the assiduous discharge of
the important duties of his profession. While
we lament the severity of the stroke, we can-
not forget that alleviation,which arises from the
contemplation of a life usefully spent; and re-
membering that it is the destiny of man to die,
should tske timely warning that we defer nt?
our appointed work, but strive, with laudable
earnestness, to fill up the measure of our days
with good, and to leave behind us also, the fra-
g'rant memory of an honorabieand useful life.-'
A Great Bargaiu.
The Farm and Mills advertised for
for public sale, by Jame Janney, for
some time past, iin this paper, on the
ALk oto15th day of March, at Port Deposit,
state of Maryland, owing to particular .cir-
cumstances were not offered for sale on that
day, and are now for private sale. Any per-
soln viewing this farm and mills, cannot fail of
being both pleased with the property and price
that will now be taken for'i.
march 20-cp3w '
ALL persons indebted to the 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 subscriber, and all persons having
any demands will be pleased to send their ac
counts, properly attested, to
Administrator, Attleborough, or to
S P.A. Brownie,
His Attorney, No. 194, Chesnut-st. Philad.
mnni h t t-d&^jlmr, ,'
Dr. Vickers's Embrocation for
the Rheumatism, C.
PREPARED and sold only by Dr. T. W
DY t)xI'T, northeast corner of Secondand
Race 0trcets, Philadelphia, he having purcha-
sed the original receipt from the late proprie-
ior. Prit e 37J cents per bottle.
NOTE -To prevent counterfeits, each bo.
tie is accomipaiiied with a bill .igined with t-.
ST. 1W. Dyott, M3. P', -
Srt. fi ll't (. tT t. ; ,"-I'-" ;
trickle. 1) I iJ l
A' ( I J,
S t. ( 1- ,1, h I. '. i ,sa I, i "
Rodney. -.' l.h.:nl- ilhi ,I. I .... k-
Itl i tn, I t, atI All.Above M is a ti e
S .. L .e,
rIi ch;,\j;\ '-rm, l0 .Iti' .",,, -r,', ly
F *nr,, (h I ,.-,:ll.r. 'ilhj 'I said 'ihimas V.
' .P| .i' 1 ,,: I ] l L so' I I. I i, I', I, <. '
.hent Co ty!f',ia 8 21
In testimony that the above i s a ttre
copy oif th"RIeceord aid Order of
,)iJ,. i i t e on, : e lher.:.ll rrI..hn,[ri.
4. i,L. ; t.I. I I.:v t hleiri unr, t m I 1 lJ
..* ,, ,,_ car"- I h Se ot h," r ,, tI '
(lunc'. i Ile he m inun.. ilr \.. I. ar.
DI... -,. ,llhr tllhI dJ ) of M. !|.h,
Anno Domini, 1821. ..
J. L. Harper, "
march lR,--,:,.;m IL4 "'. C,
WAN TE D TO RENT,
A House containing 2 or 3.rooms,
a 0, with a kitchen, within 3 miles of Phi-
1 ladelphia, wirl, -r.,,l[ .a-J. rn .Ijoin-
ing. Apply to Mei, i. J. G. l, .TvrTS
& Co. publishers of the Union, Philadelphia,
with whom ,iiation *Ird terms must be left,
-jEhri tP i hu ii"S Iani nniuail,
JVrth-west corner of Tlird and WValnut-Streete,
HAVE FOR SALE,
Tickets in the following rich Lotteries, viz.
Grand State Lottery.
1 of 100,000 Dollars
1 of 25,000 Dollars
10 of 10,000 Dollars
4 of .b,000 Dollars
50 of ",000 Dollars
Present price of Tickets S55-Shares in pro-
This lottery will positively commence, draw.
ing on the 30th of October, instant.
Pennsylvania State Lottery.
lof 20,000 Dollars
lof 10,000 Dollahra
2 of 5,000 Dolhlrs
10 of 1,000 Dollars
6 of 500 Dolltrs
"10 of" I 2 Dollars
Tickets to be had at:;the. low price of 7--'-
Shares in proportion. '
Will positively commence drawing the 28th
of November next. .
Clubs dealt with on liberal terms.
Orders from the country, post paid, attended
to immediately, and all lottery information given
Prizes in eitherof'the above loutie t:e boug i,
or received in payment for tickets.
The Elegait Full-bloodeds
Arabian Horse, -
OW in full health and vigour, will stand
the ensuing season at my stable, '4-:n ,f
the Lamb, on the Lancaster Turnpike roi-l,'
one mile from Philadelphia, at the junction of
the roads of the Upper and Permanent Bridges,
at the moderate price of Thirty Dollars the sea-
son, to be paid within the season ; Fifteen Dol-
lars the single leap, 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 t4-,
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 antumn, 15 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 Uoited
States during the summer of 1820, from Tripoli, 4
and selected with the greatest care and atten-
tion from the best stud of the Bashaw, and is
declared, by the certificate of the Bashaw's,
Public Secretary, Signior.Abraham Se-rcise, to,
be of the finest and highest Arabian stock ever
reared in all Barbary. His sire, Billah, was im-,
ported from Syria: His damu, Caulah, from
J. Crunibacker 's four sided pa-
tent Razor Straps. .
il HIS Strap has been proved to be superior
to most now in use in this city. It has a de-
cided advantage over all elastic Straps, having
never been known, when properly used, to im-
part to the Razor a round edge, which elastic
Straps never fail to do ; and thereby render it '
necessary to resort frequently to the hone, and
sometimes to the cutler; otherwise the Razor
will be unfit for use. Sold whole and retail, by
John Townsend, Jun.
No. 1, north Fifth-street, and
Z. Ho0l es,
march 8-thm3w No. 28, Lombard-st,
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300 Paintings, 100 Engravings, and many valu-
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Among the Statues are represented QUEEN
DIDO on the Funeral Pile, (attended by eight
Femrles and two Priests. The Death of Gen. "
MOREAU, Death of Gen. PACKENHAM, &c.
Among the paintings-Battle of Waterloo,
Perry's Victory, William Penn's Treaty with
the Indians, Death of Gen. Ross, at Baltimore,
Antiaconda, destroying horse and rider, &c.
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full Portraits, many Plaster Statues, Historic'.l
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.Admittance 25 cents-+-Chi'tren hailfp'pri. '
i march 17-aw6w
M.= -1. '. '.cI f*. a. -, r ;.J.. t, .- ,l...' cataciuge oflu- irr.- ",,, I ,ll.-,I ,-, this sad toe h tackean wo to the wheel,*o tc .i n o ,, Jan,32, 18 1.
S iu|l ',i ih "r i1 i i I...I..I. ,_,.... ,\ *i ,i ,, ,..A l new axe, two -.i.cc ..l. u i,.,. .-. I y, we rowed to some ler as I uc ;,spotSi',e beforethe wind. I'll .Capt,' cr .i r- Sir-l.y fie r *qnest of
i. .I rI d two :.' -C!:J- were- lying on hl .1,-c Ir.m tr. ir i preked up some ham. sea now burst over thle ...-. i v.* i 1 e i, ,-,.. jny) fellw-su'(rersi, on tlhe wreck of the Bar-
From the .N1, i,.1- 'Jeacon, aichl 21. the floor near ti,- 1 ..I,'. r.., .li.-:\ the hl.i d, mocks, spars and casks, that were floating by. and d arrived away all tIe I .I.- ..i hi.- ,,[, IIII irett, and in :,cordtoinci' with my own feelings .
SYwsterdhiy li...inn,, between 2 ;d : legs and arms h,,I bn...- :,.,.:.-J lihe two last There were some bacon hams accidentally in a few to which ropes were lashed ; and tioi take tlis publi-c nithod of returning yoli
o'clock, our nei,,,iiri r of the town of Ports- at every joint, with a precision Which surgical one ofthe boats, and three pigs that were sa- thise they clutng to save themselves fi.,n b.:;l their sincere and grat'-il l haniks, and ni y own<
iou-lhll ere un-dnl s]sh.t their slumbers byh tkill c...,iid scarcelysurpass, ved, one of which I threw overboard myself, washed overboard ; even th ,1. .1- I..t,',.:.. for the prompt alicrilyi with which youresced.
te most Wortheand in:,lesspe'than an hir-mrlt.i o r., an examination of ri e head, which, it being handed to me by thle cook: we had ed and carried iaw way, .In this ct.diso they 'us from ur awu'tll sitiation, and for the huma.
~~~~~withe most worth .and respectable r i n- e hands, and one oat' the .,rms, had been also ab.t te,. r,. 1 03 L..ILi,,i and some wa- co, iu:,,, until the cabin 1. ,,.- .I11, f.Ill. .F wa. nity and kindness, as we!l as for the i .,le .-nc:
Mho had rusheLd into the street_ toj tec.e thei- put.into the fire and almost reduced to a cin- terthat we c. tle .;%t l i II.Iog our drenched ter, and thie sea ma .ing -a clear pasage over J,.l ;.. ',-.nent ai .I I ,I .,, .ri ,; ,.i.... ..,.
neighbours' property from the ravages of tie der, it was evident that the deceased had been clothes. We contemplated making or the the deck, tI } were obliged to go upon. the ; ,i,.i ,,.,i in the-, .... .-. .* ,. ,,..l,:bd
dcvonring elementpcould see nothing but the dispatched by a blow on'ihe skull, given with coast v..l S.IjI Aiel.:.i. butI '.,i.-It .vided,and poop, the-only partof the vessel nota contirdl) and dying wretches, whom Providence had
anmoking umns of ,,ir ...- 15,we Ise pp,1 hit1 the axe, the eye of which only was stained with without a c...ni i,,, ., ,i,.' ,* i.earlv 600 under water. thrown upon vyourm protection. 'That ,- may
tat:lie s.,,ow fatally, ,alhas izz t,-..,_.I ofyI uI
tattions. How fatally, alas! i r...1,,-.':rl t... *s blood, One Oulf ie ,,ck.-, was used to catclih miles ,.i -.I ,, ,, ..,J ,u,i tlhatl mind : !live i...I, ..) .1. 7 ,I ".).. ofYour
lby.this awful~Visitation, tile truth of the sacreo ., ;. .. -
y lin.s awfuI visitation, the truth of the sacred the blood, and the other, no doubt, to wash have bo.:,., 'h.lc li e. -.i lfn..\ i .n.-li U ,:'c-, "Ab_..ut m,.i-d. the sp, ;n procured from t \.-:.*;.. r,.-. which \.,,. L 1. ., i l.ijn, ,,-
maionliln, "t ee Kino orttata dayoranhou thel i, fasIl, ru r, take tioff, fo6fitcontain- from the la..\ prn...ect b t.li" U,; but,-it an II|,p.r lo._ke, .,i hrc ciin. a ,In b,-.' b f %, -0o .1leserve; tihatyou Ty .: n. 11nu1-to
may brin- f r ... ed thile .-c IL. -o ,l ohe arm with a small ,pleased ... hs.. un p,.teue, th t w.. i r f 1, n ll r. : i ] oc i in safet,, h'il- r. i -
O rl ..1 ) ,paper heing tl .i, printed and ready .t. -,, e," sc rcely discolored, The'shoull I, l.-tt Lv ,n r,,n ,u ,U,.ns, r, c ttt l r kin of butter, but thc s-. v ;jii fl,_- h c !.:,, l .1i .. r.,,l. : t ncee' stry you -n ,l., ,1 ... ; ,1,
-f or -c n + J untrty paper just o r- rely-dsco- r d. ,he'sh" I -i tfIIeI-nw r W s ed ,Le /n'l b. le ritca he-e._; si..,.,,:,yo ,,u ,.. ,h-,u
or .:,- "uti,..n .,nj "l. "...ntr paper jUt Im an, ,,,, ,,Iih.. I fce were so destroyed l.\, dismal lat o. h e w i,e li... We resolve. the in were washed e ir b -,- that the- ... ........ .. n.ue
ci nirwliwtl, JWe a prized our distant read- l- tha' --
c r ,lT- a, tJ Postscprizedpt o urf th e scene of de- per i-.n iofthefire.,that it was nearly im- e. In reni iIn s.l tr 1'.- dre, Iful con- I'le gale now blew with increased violence, long, is "I... ...c : I., ..I ... 1. ,r' r.',.er
(, i ty Poetscrifto1 the scene ot de. ,,i| .,,e a resemblance to any thinger.-in.,.- ... miopes i .,,T vesl might see and the sea running mountains high, made a of ALX', ..)
solalion and distress, which wasat the moment t" "'i-humman, andthlre cin )-L bt i ile.ula-t, thit if io i, r I- .lr l n mike tor ,t in tie morning, clear passage over the main deck ; broke "Arid his r..-.. S5 i- of the .. ,; on the
passing before us, promising the melanchl, ws the first ,,,te...n ol the fiend..l bU perpe- !Th .,, ".... ,-..,,,.o.led un',l b..-t ,een three through thest:,n :., l .ruigl. the bends The I Barrett.".
recital of particulars, in this day's paper, tr t'ed this sl,...cli d.e.J, t, c.,n,unr,ie ,- and oJr o'clock A. M making fifteen hours deck timber, c.n.isting, of large logs, was Lons, .Tan. 2I.
Our ..nticipations oft the extent of thte mis- r.u s pl. he -ize from he prioo commeeme. asheday; the ring bolts being torn from It is decided that a b of Austrias
.... .. ; ." ,. .put-pose by i rt-ga -.tta-e-ze of from the pro!o, cme eewashed, away ; the ring' bolts being torn from It is decided that a", body of'30.(010 Au1t'.iarii
eb i ef th i n e a te n e d by t h~ e ie ro c io u s g u e st are bu t -' j
ht ,ilieatened by the ferocious guest are but te fire would p ,rirt, e l,, ves-,'g ,I u, l ;c- ** ",lh-, ill acide,,t happene.l, the weather the decks, and the stancheonts broken down. shall take poses.ion of tlie "Papal States with
%0 p..inIll ..ri.ed,as the foliosvig tale o.I tim-but, apprehensive of detection, he left his was calm, and continued so during the nigh., The vessel would undoubtedly have gone to consent of his Htliness. in order to give effect
te snill estate those wofirs repiaredin. hellish work unfinished. with occasional puffs of wind and heavy falls pieces had she not been kept easy as possible to the negotiations at Laybach The expelises
tenantedk sc tekene, sae at tahed to the house at An ordinary sized trunk was found in the ofrain. At d. lig;hl.. .n the 26th, about two by steering before the wind. All this day alreadyi.)curredby miitaivy pepa, ations amoiint
htheN. W rie e t h ourse, co iigsl apparel, a few miles distant, >..s dce.cre 1 a vessel, with all (t'edne..J ,a) they had nothing whatever to d to 2 i nt,,h,, rl., ,,t Measures have been ta-
one.tig to Mr. o, ai hii.1 .1in-d that %hei. a articles
a, i cusy aplid, a ew bud he eniwgter*,d t1 sash and a diploma issued at Baltimore in Dec. easily imagined than described. We hailed gale began to abate a little, thI. t, lh.,..-h eno.,....,.L- i.,,.re.-.1. '1 Ie ..0. pr, i- o1,
ously apt liedg wbulig e "ty1i11,;qbed'1 itl fast, and signed by the Grand Master of Mary. her, roe I al ,nrd:, and .,sie.l to beitaken on drenched vervev moment by the sea, il.- li...I \,,ll bi .'.,. n I|..m i. .%.- An *r.,
Bthe wt buildings being h eaIy ct mth ble a f land. From the last named article, which doubt- board, which w.-, do,.e % ,h tle utmost alac- some ,hl l...r tirom the reid u,.,i..r rii poq,t,, ',.u .il. .hl,,c,vei l i. b,.,.:. in m,. *,t O.ier.
"te wina bowing teas iuhm ase n. a. nc. less waste property of the deceased, it would rity. %c tadlthen bn incn the boats about where they piled up cables, Iv.r t.,il- ,, furt. A it,.,th d11.-, 7 [ ..1' t0 .: 11.at
g.intd, i e a few minutes, such an ascendancy appear that his n ame was PETEMR LAGA'-ETTE, seventeen alums. I lie captain cruised ahout sit v, -.t..,kcep thern-'l esi.III ofh lie v >,r.r,," cjr ,,.-bJ ,: .I,. I,,1..h.i n l- h' uh t..lvu..ium ,ir-
as every eo ao restrain s ury, ant ad, from what we have been enabled to learn, thLie spot ,.htr w.: tlhiolght ihe wreckhad been, on ulucthll .y I,. ,dhn. I'he ront p rt a.t o r.-,.in--L,,.il.h 6 incbh< ,hlnmerr I inch.
rnany whose condition only an hour before the that he was a peddlingjeweller, who had been from sixin ihIe m,,rninrc until twelve o'clock the p,,op was entirely beaten out by the sea, es ; thickness 10 inches; 1..,!ht p.,nn.I.. it
alarm, might, in properappreciation of worldly in this place about 3 weeks, trafficking in such noon, in hopes that we miPht see some poor 'he then Ihmht a fire would serve to revive is supposed to have been the toth ol i mnm.
co~ntorts, be, considered enviable, have nowwae.sdthvebnII, -bciAm1.
coors, cosderf edhenadwares. sufferers floating about the spars ; but not them, but had no means of striking a ligh., or mothi
aely hav t ,eroeven hear heads.'ge,; o 1e Several articles of the clothing bore the im. even a single vetige o'any thiingff was discov- of pr.cur;n any combustible substance amidst Letters from Constantin..ple stite thit All
procab ^tl vale p le rvc/ print of bloody hands, doubtless made by the ered. the general torrents that surrounded them.. P. a.,[-,.J succeeded in a slt% y g.,; E i. be.
an will threforeoi lsav that it is-such as murderer in searching for that which it may be "The ship.wthich saved us was a merchant .t of ithe ciew, ., nilexpected was the dis- seigers, inu h ,..r.mnmn ted terrible slaugh.
sant will thcrefore only say that, it is such as u r in o htwihi ndItril luh
many yearsofthk most productive labourwould I resumedd impelled him to this woeful deed. vessel i.lc1.,1 li.e Condessa da Ponte, captain a-ler., h..1 n.- itier li.. ,or stockings, aand their ter, and to...i tv ..-.. I1. i l,*o'...1. ,, .1 ,i...i[ ,-
not repair, andthatsuch is the distress wiich N(o money of consequence Was in the trunk. A Joaqnim .ihnei I, from Bahia, bound to, Lisbon, crioli- ,I ere c,.n-t,,nil soaked with salt Water, tion upon a bridge, which iiii, rIY-i.t_ I lii< con.-
it bas brought upon those whose means were handsome gold watch Ve ,,n,I,-i,.1. was left and, witlhthe exception of one vessel, which There was now nothing left on board," says mumcation with Jannini. "' I.,- r ....ce ,f
tunblel that it calls loudly upon the humane in he room, the cli.,,i of hIclt tno was stain. poised u+ about file 1.1%2 b.-fore, w lie first the mate, that could be of any relief to us.; this man is wonderful, and it can be attributed
for immediate relieved with blood. -. a l %e a.Ji. ieen for ,'l,, -.i prei..uli,. The neither meat, drink, no(,r clothing except a only, to his personal-quialifications, v. hi i i un.
.4.or immediate relief.
The assistance of a friend enables us to pre- Thefoll..iinc. tI- reult of our in,-ii fltn .n-, -.four .hip '^r- n,'t birt'ed from the barrel of pork and beef, which were so salt b,...I.Jd min.Mli:e,,c-. His troops r--g'-.r inim
sent the following view ofthe houses that have n* f e i. lb ,, lg 'r. ;.n .. Th. Itt Cothe o'nd -s ,J. I'..nte ..Innrh, the night. The hu Ila' though s-m > tasted a mouthful, others a ak,,l 1oi1 ,= .r.d being co..-. ,niy .,r.,,, .
en th tltwi~gvew~tehmse ththve house %, sr noned. iinm,,the sr lj lhe p.,r.t entmanii a,,d Iadricsstlo, r e rn,: ,, h on board prut .rilly det;-re.I. The ship being" water- tl bI b h,,'ll -.: ,,%:er I.] I% I., v .h'djttt
been consumed, from which a tolr.ble corre se r r 1111 o r..e mani an lndn t em n board prl y de-r.. he ship ein watr- tl ..e... r l.. ir u .
il.r ofhthe ext.e'nt f e i ing sir nln17 1 b1 ilir. lole.i.ner-. ot d i-ci ._ leiO, this 31ip rel..un',ln t-r) m-I'el. I il.e honor of lIog;e-,I was s ,-) unmanageable : during 'the I ie ulta.i, -, t o ii ee el .uh ,.p-,o hii}
bde o thor ed be pent at u ifie.ance, wHho n.ln > 1 v'n1 '..I h,:v k0-iw ,.-, l",h irt h. r than .hat the Parur gcse n.ition.. W ,- .&r,.-d at Litibon y rh.% 6crrel b) compass, and at night by h .l..I cr) li,-e. I ih- Mr'tec.L u;. hve
e'% r v sited b orp .ir,,U th I .nIth'y werL e ..,. rVall 0 1-,V.,, in i he .y, but pre- Dec 21,1. the slarts as well as they could guess towards declared wr ar, and h- lh b. e,, .3 ..ni[,. l', a i1
U, li'h'street-The Matrket, beingh the sumed to sleep there, from a light being seen Varlotis ins, ncee rf |)tircrtal il'-.':in, and the east. When the sea became high there despatch seven detacc. m..or, 0.' 11 ll.-i'., ri-nt
eastern limit ofthe fire,) the lower stUry buil; usually late at night, in the upper rooms--thiat of the roost dei..l -,tr clhnrt. -re rli, ted being a continuance of gales, they were driven them. His i:t l..... l i, ie,:cr r.t i p,.es,:it .f
of brick, the upperof Wod, totally destroyed. on yester 'ay morning about 10 o'clock, some in this dreadful calamnitv, at which I shall only to the poop, were they held on by tbe ropes 150 heads, c .r 0-ilP, p,,;Ke, id Ioap l',or, on. ofhlsl
A three story brick buidina,' belione. to children who were playing inan adjoining gar. mention one or tw : Mr. and Mrs Barie, from This day also thty .had nothing to eat. Part gelnerals. He reward.,-.1,. i.... ... .... -. lbe-
lr. Mordecai Cooke, occupiedby capt Rooke >len, heard the cry of MunIn t issuing from Provan Mill, ne,- GI 1,. ., appeared to be i- of a cask. f water was got at, but it was at first rally. The wVant of specie is so seriously felt
do ; 5 wooden building, also owned by Mr' the house, and informed their parents, who sup- sensible to the.r unrhentl danger, or were two-thirds salt, and latterly no fresher than the here, that it ha. been d..>.. ..Jdr -.l- use
Cook,.-, p r ncipl ..l occupied by retail grocers, posed it to proceed from a servant undergoing wholly engrossed in saving their helpless off wave that washed over them. It was however foreign currency, upon I1J.h lh M. I bi.iri
Most of whom are by thi c .i. ,ilv deprived of correction, did not immediately attend to it; spring. Having thrown their eight youngest, generally drank, except by two or three of have fixed an art; ,rary value.
their all. A two story frame house, beloinging that soon after, however, a man being seen in into the boat, Mrs. Barrie was desired to go the men, and was eagerly resorted to by those Drury-Lans .'....i:.c.-Mr. Elliston has for'
tp tihe hers of iohn Brooks. do do property the lower room, walking up and down, appear rto it herself, but she refused, and went in in particular who a fterwards died, who asked the .first time this season, drawn a prize.. A
f Thomas ash Gosport ; small brick tene ently under the influence of violent feelings, search of her eldest daughter; unfortunately, for it as fast as it could be handed to the i. On ,isst 1il.1., pupil of Mr. T. Welsh, under
itiett, propertyf i. Ja .es .eane tney communicated the circumstances to Mr. before lihe c.Jul.j rt in, the boat was obliged the Friday night a oy and a man died. On the wiO'r" suspice i 11.,I, *.epln,; firsi c,,.-: l,.:I .-.
S0 i aJr. r,'e rt Afr ri L,,iJine b ln Cherrv, one of the police officers, who pro-; to put off, irn1 botli parents were lost, w;h Wednesday following, after a we-ek of privation, the pb:. I .. nl,,IV.- hiJ l.r, ,.,J i'_eh.ng
lit or h-e estate;of L".ur, s l; do- do. ceedeid to tl1 I..!;e %bout two o'clock, and their eldest daughter and son, leaving eight another man died : and on Thursday a fourth. are universally i.:kni,. I,...Igl, I.ul bee, "n-
to Air. (',., ;oinedo. owned and occupied by finding ,rt tv_.,id ,,p losely, made. forcible u hi,|...- lh-; .n3ungri ra boy only fiftt;n 'he captain had a '.-.bn board, which being a noticed for some .J .i s t rkchi J, it l. t
ra cis Armistead ; three story brick dwelling ntry, when the sli -;ng spectacle we have oinlths ud, t .i fHnm 1.< ,, tee girls, w is' favourite h." was u.gidiig to kill until the last nightat the Drury-Lane. It has been "eautiL-
,$ri+ f Ari ste ad; three slu-tor riclk dwellung,' v.in-, 'grl, i, it.. ..t. t fdN b %ingp t ha
owned and occupied by Dr Geo. W. Maupin described above was presented to him. an ornament to human nature, has cherished extreiy. AN-r being tine da)s vilur l .i, b n poet, tat .
smail frame dwelling, owned by the heirs of No person but the deceased wasin the house with all the tenderness of a mother I beg nourishment or water, save a few drops ci..ig.i : %-,, ,..i,.,- i..i ',.L ...... ". ..,:., "
John Robins; two do do do Thos Brooks rh'en MIr. Cherry enter,.d, but we learn that leave to recommend strongly this orphan fami on the poop when it rained, and this, o i,,' to ,n.L I i,,,n .,, e1,--ct1.;.., \.,. pr.-.ph,;aec
large three story brick dwelling, owned by the about 1 o'clock a m:n, very neatly dressed, ly to the protection of the humane and charita- the Ipray, w.s little fresher than thesca itself: Long before the theatre was opened last night.
estate of John Foster, formerly occupied as a Came out: of the house, and locking the door, ble. A person of the name of M'Farlane, who it was oi Thursday represented to the c;,ptain crowds of people w. Ie dl.-r.-. ,..,,nd all tfhe
tavern; the residence of Richard Blow, alarge went into a negro kitchen inan adjoiningyard, had been iri ,I but a few days b.-fori-e sailing, that they must all perish, unless the dog was doors, in a few [ni,.., .. I,- n,.,al hour
two story ;ramed building, and, a countinlrooe liglhed a segar, and desired an old woman who plunged overboard, with his wife lashed to his killed for suosstence To this hlie at length of admission, eveiy part of th.e ..ui,,IfI ,Il.-,l
fw tori'amled building, and, a counting room r n eiedtf l oa hoMigdoe r
and store adjoming-here a street and a large staid there, if any one came, to say that be h,,d back, and endeavored to swim towards the agrbed, and the animn.il b. ing bled to death, the to the very topmost slips. An. Le.uhl..l a.
vacant lot intervening, the fire was prevented gone to dinner. Hle did not return, boats, but unable to catch hold of a.y thing to captain directed the mate (Mr. M'Lcod, from genuine opera of. Artaxerxes was the perform-
from progressing further in this direction-All An examination into this mysterious case was which he might clhng for support, the unlor- who.e information this n.rraive is drawn up,) ance, the charactersin which were cast as fol.
.the above totally destroyed, subsequently instituted by the mayor, but at'- tunate young couple sunk together, to serve every p.r, ,nut f irly and economically : lows.;
A two story frame dwelling, recently p,:r- ter examining a number o.persons the enquiry It is with regret I have to announce the which he diHl b" divilingthe blood with a table Artaxerxes Madam Vertria.
near lhe head ot Davis'wharf, caughtfire from 'luently been seen company with two Spa. cause 1,1hec-, Il..nitv w.,l 1 .lerstand he was shares each, and distributed for tht days sub- Mandune. Miss Wilson.
the flake-bwafed in tDhatdirectiori,by the wind, iards who had lately arrived in town from Bal- the iu,..-,,. -. jn .,i;,,l nutl,-. sistence About this time the captain who had Semira Miss Povey.
from tne vicinity ofthe market, and was entire- tinmore, and about whom there was some sus- "'*I ." ; .:a ir,-a. I-.n I.,. n, by Mr. Jef 'throughout suppressed the expression of his .it il,' conclusion of-the fin- overtui'-. 'he cuT-
ly consumed before the fire had communicated picious indications. lfery, ,.,,. Ilr n,.h ..>-],- G ,,c .,l,) and the gen- st4lf-rin.cslest e should intimidate the men, 'u **n -.*-, and Misis tl,..A,r, suppo ,,i 1.1 Mi
to'many of the intervening buildings. From Should we be too hasty in surmising that the tlemen of the British Factory, cannot be spo- became d.-'.....I1 ; rushed on deck; bid God Brahamr, in a manner which did him great cr*.
this house it extended across Water s t and deceased and his companion, together with the ken ofit too high terns; audalso the friend- bless his il- ..r.,l children spoke of mutiny dit, advanced towards the front of the stage.-
swept ever building in its course to the end of two Spaniards with whom they associ ted, ship shewtil us by the Rev. J. H. Siely aild Mrs. in the ship, and used other incoherent lan- She was greeted with a general burst of ap.
Davis's wharf were a band ofdepredators upon the commu- Siely." guage He wa. prevailed upon to go to his plause from the whole house, which overpow.-
D av s' wlfi f.c ot, %% lh e, after 24, ho urs insanity and suff e-ring',I ered her feelings for soine m om ent's, insom uch
On Water.street.-The ware-house, kitchen, nity, by all the various arts of robbery and Copy of letter fromthe Britims Consul General e re, vivorse insanity and suffering, ered her feelings for son moments, insomuch
stable and other out-houses, belonging to Rich- swndling-their incognito movements, but at Lisboua, to the Chief 1a4gistrate of Green. ,t be expired. The survivors now bcame so that she was airstunable to acknowledge her
ard Blow ; Mr. Peed's blacksmith shop ; a two above all, the implements firlockpicking' found ock:- we.,k that only the mate, a robust young man gratitude. When she had a little I A..3
,ar Bl w ; M r. P ee 's lac s mi h s op ,a td i ree others cou Ad stand ; th ese st .ered h herself sh e com m e nced the opening d u +,, ,-.i'
story frame house, belonging to the estate of amongst the effects of the deceased, leave but Lslio, Dee. 2'4 1820 d. the v e others well "ds they couliand; towaeered hethrself she commenced tlia nd though i.greatl'
Joln Brooks; frame dwelling and grocery, lit Ie room to doubt that such was their accu- Sir, Ihave the honor to inform you that te vass the s werly as still prevacou ling. Asdsthe the opera with Braham, and tppil ough greatly
property of Mrs. Spady; small do do do of paan,- the Abeoaa transport, having been destroyed eyso, te etrd"ly gales still prvailing. As agitated, got through it so happily as to give
Doctor Maquin ; a large fri'ame house, the resi- We regret that it s not in our power to pre- at sea, on her voyage from G eenock to .he lggey ebou t 600 m iles they were in hopes of wards display foretaste of the talent which she fier-
dence ofI Mr Uooke, with a Blacksmith shop sent a more satisfactory detail of this affair, Cape of Good Hope, with one hundred and six- segge, tbout 600 miles, they were in hope of wards displayed in te course of the perform-
in frontofit, completing the two squares form- which has excited so much sensation in our tv.one persons on board, including the crew Ingi the land ofnreland, or they would have tance. We are so much limited to-day as to
ed on Main, High, Water, Londo and Queen to,.\ We ru.i, however, that the vigilance passengers, emigrants, &c.; the individuals na' oen h evry n rida for preservation : ut preclude w particular notice of those instance
streets. The warehouse on-Davis's wharf, four police will yet afibford us that opportunity, med in the inclord list, who were s-tved, arri"- beam afaernoon of Friday (the id11 day) it ouich she was.mst ha)py, aid must con.
occupied by D. Balletine as a sailoft those on by frreting out the demons tho p.orpe, ,.t.-.i ved here i., ,.. --.,,i:,u e vessel on the 21st came mtothe easwm ard, bighte d a.ll.'r.ac- tent ourselves with a very brief and sketchy
Blow's wharf and on Myers' wharf, one of fls horrid deed. inst.-The ... I rt meant hi t e eastward, blighted ll ir account of her general character as sger
Si.ic occupy s a.sa loft by John Kay, and being ast. ut .oleve this or for Greenbaut ship, hopes. They had not seen a vessel durlg the :and actress. Her voice is one of very unco
S i.ich o:)c up;,-,I as a sail loftj by John Kay, and beingabonut .o leave this pat, for Greenock, I whole passg ,h tara4fh p u -Iu o an c m as vey,,:, rI. f \we
BIt..i-" h.tlcu ";,i, r,qiing and other ship's ap- haveagreed for, and paid their passage on board them, that some one might fall hope ushin their way, mayn compass, ot very ,- l,.. ,. .an, wema
p... ,, were all ., .: .l From the Lomdon Courier of.ran. 22. the same, and they are sufficiently supplied they thaulet some ou e sitl, fal ls thei wayne tiller ki se tg every allow ce,.o tr ,Ita anl, m.
tie fasts f the ships Lothair and Georgi- Tlie Abeolna Tran port with clothing, comforts and necessariesfor the tand committed up the foresil, made fwhst tole of thatiller king every allowance foI ,. r.. .,,. .nthe, ofp-
"4na lying at the end oa .\l, ers'i wharf, in deepvoyage; and I have to request that y will be I and committed themselves the whole of that .,-.c ] rid iac c.r. a..n, th up-
vater, were cut before the fire could reach ARtRATTIV OF MtR. TISKE, R oSUGEON OF THE pleased fo ge and them that aid and th aty ctio night to the guidance of Providence. By this 1, .cI ,n.l ..I ,<, .ds, arid accurate lii;,,ct.
ilv a e r w e r c ut b ef r e h e f r e o ul r e a h T H E p le a s e d fo gf ra n t h e mn th a t a id a n d p r o t~ e c tio n tim e th r e e q u a r te r s o f th e d o w its eo n s u rnie d h e ss n sta c c a to p 'ass .ag e s a n d file s h a k f-. S o m e
themin, and drifted over to the entrance of the .t. ABEONA. which youmay consider their unfort unate and tDme three q e rter of the dg was consumed ness n oataca pasages and the shake. Some
coumy dock, they were safely moored on this It is with the most painful feelings that I peculiar situation entitles the to At day break the n-xt morning they saw, with of our contemporaries have praised its volume,
2ei e'; while the ship Homer, laying at the side undertake the melancholy duty of giving al I have the honor to be sir ,y ob inexpressible delight, a vessel to leeward. The but we could not perceive much remarkable ia
of the wharf and being aground, could nould not be account of the destruction of the Abeona trans. dient umble servant, our mos e- mate and the few who could dra their eaci this respect. Its tones have ot the thick
gooff nd was much damaged. She was on port, No. 36, by fire, in lat. 4 30 N. ton. 25 'JAS IFFERY H H ated limbs, managed to set the foresail, and sweetness and naivete of. Miss Stephens' nor
":got offand wab much damaged. h a n p rN .3,b fri a.4 S Ion 2 JAS, ,IEFFERY, R. B. 11. ConsnI.Gen. with some pieces of canvass made a sort of, sig. 'the crisply. ripeness of some of Vestrii's, but
fireseveral times, out was extinguished im- 30 W bound to the Cape of Good Hope, with "To the Chief Magistrate at the port of Gree"n- hal fiome pitches of canvass made a sort of sig the crisp ripeness of sose of Vestra's, but
lnlate % bN the engines. "Toil'.ium .er of settlers. nal om the top-mast rigging. As soon as e they are softly sweet, and when clear, never
Dwellings, 25- Ware-houses, 6, and allowing About a quarter past 12 o'clock on the people on bo:ird the vessel spied them, they wiry-sometimes '. .1. ht a note that rang
th- usualproportion of out houses to such resi- 25th Nov when Mr, Duff, the first mate, was laid their sails aback and hoisted out their like a niusical glass. \ 1 I. these advantages of
dent,it would h io be excessive to compute the sI,:. Lig out the rum in the lazarette, or store Prom the Lierpool Mercury, offan, 26. boat'which was soon along side of them. The voice, Miss Wilson possesses a very I..;'.. J
whole number of houses destroyed, at 56 to room, the flame ofthe candle, it is supposed, It ,A ,l.,ln r.,ll.n to our lot to record a sea u ...i, .., I ihit the boat had to make qe- taste ; and, in our opinion, more real t:,.i;.i,
e60. n e h communicated accidentally with the spirits, or more frightil n.,a I vi%7e than that wenow pre- verbal ii...., .. .I., I, could rescue, the wholeof for musicltban any other public singer to.r i-r
The principal sufferers are, 1. G. W. Mau. the other combustible stores. The catastrophe sent to our readers, taken from the lips of' tie the :I, r.i I le wreck was of course aban-: present day. Hor voice winds with a sort of
.pin, not injured ; 2. M. Cook: partially insur was sudden and awful in the ex'.reme. Every mate of the trett, by a person of our office, doned, being then in lat: 45, N. Ion. 28, W. a fondness through the delicate graceful turns of
ed ; 3. Franctis Armis.ead, not ensured; 4. Capt. possible exertion was made in handing the expressly sent to -ascertain the fact. It gives very great distance from any land. It was pro i Arne's music, stealing into *lie heart and comnt-
Beaward,do;5 orphanChildren of John Iob. water along, by the sailors, and settlers, whom us inexpressibld satisfation to record the noble vidential that the wind changed to the eastward, municating with the soul. This, though, hi
binsdo;6. Hirs ofJo Brockes, do; 7. 1 .ioined and encouraged, until the flames came and truid ..,n;.,ii, conduct of Capt.in Crocker, which threw this vessel in their way, as she our opinion, the best part of her I...'r,-i .I nce.
Richard Blow, insured. up in such fury and quantity, that the chance who p,,.k, up i|I.: survivors ; and whos,- hu- would otherwise, have passed them during the was not of course so popaiar as t,,. ...v ., -..
We .lerequestcd to acknowledge, on be- ot savilg- the vessel was iTrecoverably lost. Outr minane treatment of these wretched men, during night:.' She proved to be the Ann, ofNew-York, liant character, which were most exhibited in
half ofthe citizens of Portsmouth, the prompt only alternative now was, to get the boats out, eight days, is beyond all praise of ours. We Capt. Crocker, bound to this part. -Every that favorite bravura the So!dier tir'd of tVar's
and effective services rendered in checking the to which our attention was directed, and, hap- believe, in all cases of this kind, that those who thing." says the mate of the Barrett, was P .larm's ; but we trust she will maki no sacri-
progress of the flames, by the Engine from the pily far us, we got the two gigs, which were snatch from famine and death their fellow men done fr us which medinne, meac, drink, and fice of good taste and sensibility to vulgar, ig-
L.,v.,.Yird, sent ,n their a.i by Capt. AM'Pher- on the quarters, and skiff lowered down; the cannot claim any other reward thmi the satis, liospi ality could supply, and my own father : norant applause. On the whole, Miss Wilson's
;..,i, ... i le U. S Navy ; the Union and Frank. latter of which was stowed on the booms in faction they will forever feel in the conscious- could not have treated me with better kind. I success was perfect; and iF we may consider
\lit Fire Comspanies of Nrrolk, Captains Ar- the long boat. The long boat was the only ness of having discharged the first duty of our ness than Capt. Crocker." Tlhe Ann arrived i last night's performance merely as a ground for
cher and MAyers, the U. S. Artilleristsfrom Fort one remaining on board it was started from nature. This gratifination is in itself ample, we here on Friday night lsst, a week after taking, inference, she will sh-rtly be at the very head
1Neison, under the orders of Lieut .Adam?; Lt, the booms to the gang way, and we had her grant; 'but, tor the sake of example, we should tl,_. ,,Ih r. i from the wreck, who, during this of her profession. Miss Wilson's action is frora
Whihlocle, and Mr. Marshall, U S..Gunner, from almost clear of the bulwarks; tho tackle falls be pleased to see some testimonial of the pub. time, wilh the exception of one or two, were the Italian operas's school, and when less me.
the Navy Yard, merit particular :oticefor heir were taken to the windlas.., and I continued lie approbation of sutch actions ; and we never unatble to rise from their hammocks. They are chanical and unifbrm, will be very graceful and
usetill exertions with the gangs of men under heaving round, with Mr. Mudge and some sail- hear of such philanthropic exertions without all of them so weak, and emaciated, having effective. The whole opera wavs admirably
their directions, in saving the property of the orsand settlers, until the case was hopeless, regretting., that the moderns, in imitation of their limbsalso broken out in ulcers, owing to performed, and Draham we never heard sing
eihizr.-- Mr. NVu'th' Downs was also very zea. when Mr. Mudge got into his boat, and 1 fol. the Romans, do not award civic crowns to those the continued action of the sah water, for more chastely or dliglhtfnilly, though to the
.],,- .ir, persevering in the same benevolent owed him; it happened to be under the lar- who save the lives of their fellow creatures, eleven Iongsdays, that they will be unable for .shame of the audience, he did not, on that very
offices ; to all those, and any others who ren- board bow at the time. We were only a mi. Narrative ofthe loss of the Barrett, andthe soare weeks, even with every attention, to pur- account, obtain even one encore.
dered important services, but who may be un- nute or two in the boat, when the main and smfferings of the crew.-On the 19th ult, the sue their perilous vocation; and being mostly PLxOrTrr, Jan. 213
intentionally omitted by name, the citizens of mizen masts fell over board to the larboard ship Barrett, of 350 ton, Captain Faragar, sail- strangers in Liverpool, and having lost all but Lord Exmouth, our present Naval Commanr
Portsmouth.offer their grateful acknowledge- side. The foremast was now in a blaze, and ed from St. John's, New Brunst\ick, (timber the remnants on their backs, are in a most in-Chief, will strike his flag on the 31st of tina
meats. They cannot omit to notice the Ports- the scene of horror rapidly increasing-some loaded,) for Liverpool. While proceeding on destitute condition. It may also be remarked, month, and Admiral Sir Alexander Cochranc
*mouth Rijie Carps, under the command of capt. loping overboard, and others going out on the her voyage, on Tuesday the 2d Jan. in lat. 43, tlat owing to a law institutedd we belive by will take the command on the 1st pf February.
Jamvs, whose fidelity "as centiels over the bowsprit, who were either knocked off or kil- N. long. 34, W. at eight P. M. it came on to tile underwriters,'as aia inducement to mariners Capt. Skene is to be the FI ,g-Caiptain, and K,
property of their suffering fellow-citizens, led by the fall of the foremast, which went di- blow a dreadfillgale from. the westi-vrd. At to abide by their vessel to the last,) they Will C Sconce, Esq the Seci ctary to Sir Alexander.
merits the expression of their warmest appro- rectly forward. We saved as many as we thot" 2 o'clock on Wednesday morning, it being the not receive one fiarthing of wag..s ; ahhough Mr. Bayley is to be the Surgeon of the Impreg.
bation. the boats could prudently swim with, consider, master's watch on deck, it blew a comTiplete .we think such a law, as this, would be mor(er ble.
-A meeting of the citizens of Portsmouth, ingsthe immense distance theneairest land was hurricane, accompanied with rain an. vivid honored in thel breach than the observance." nabt.a .
will be held at the Court House of that place, from us, and. the innumerable difficulties we fl,,-hed oflingltiilt,:, the ship, through tie vi- These circumstances loudly ...,1,.-.1 i I Hi.. be. .From the Mtioat r. .
this morning, at 10 o'clock, r o take some mea p l ad to contend against ; even those in the olen-reol tle win., .,i.I driven from her course nevolent, in behalf or these |....r hI... -, be-
surestbr the relief of the sufferers by the late boats, who beheld their relatives perishing be, by.the sea, broached to," and lay down on longing, to a classofmen, who ii war are the Lines-on Mr. Kean rec iving three cheers
fire. tore their eyes, felt constrained to acknowledge her beam ends.. They were obliged to cut safeguard of their country,and who in peace pinr- 0n hs dapart"re 'rom the "populace of Bos-
-' that the attempt to save more, would only be. away the topsail'sheets, but every exertion to su a hazardous employment, in order :a ndmi- ton," in return for. three thousin I dollars, be-
MURDER-M(oST PO UTL involving the whole in one common calamity ; bring'her tour before the wind proved ineffectu, taster to our comforts-and htxuries. The storvi- stwe n : ro tr rofi oP "
K-- this along with, .he number ofwomen and chil. al, and she continued in the trough of the sea, vors are 12 in number. Among these we are t d'uri" i" s' .p ..formancesM :
yesterdayy afternoon, between 4 6 5 o'clock, dren that were saved, is a convincing proofof the water pourin'g down the companion, so happy to mention Joseph Caldwell, son of Wil- KUrx ar. the Bnston folks, as I've henrd say,
ein .inquest waeheld over the bodly of a man, our impartial behaviour The sight now was that every moment thiey expected she would liam Cnlhwell, of Frodsham, Cunveyioce.- 'The'yknow which side their br d is '-.,11 ,'. *;-i-.y.
found lying oead in a house immediately back th. most awful and most distressing, that ever upset.-The two pumps_ were continually a- I imed, let ; ,I wite Fo o '"" t 01 Oil n o e to dea .I, ,. 1,1,
huc n ie childrenh(nowe rein Lvepolme ,) etoa wie-FrtoghaAaon :.toda ..ba.
of ihat part of Churc(-st. opposite to Plume's was beheld by mortal eye. Without being able work, but without effect, the water still gain- and iave chihh'leu, (now in Liverpool,) to de- ey were ton1 A*T.1a tm hioa, I gues-liSen !
iope Walk, owned by Mrs. Hetherington.- to render them any succour, we beheld some ing upon them in the cabin. In this situation plore his loss-. We have not vet lear'neId 'l wiegae lla"II'"'t ASaetian,"dl Itu trol.htttllo i) ash;
The verdict fi lhe inquef waa, thatl he had of our fellow creatures throwing themselves they continued until daylight, when, in orl eer r any of the others who perished have .t' "t tue th, ustn t old t
bee. mr Ldred by so,n, pe,0 son or persons un- from the consuming fire into the unfathomable to get her before the wind, the mizen.Jid main l ft families. A Go .... '.. .... I Cheers!
kIMO 1 hID stI 1 w.icln lL body was when deep; while others ee hanging by roes, masts were cut away By this tie ttle water e had sc.re t, I. N' I1was i- i1 i:1in ..,I ,1 le,
ritt.., auda .aAbo^cal hai'dihoodo coid find jstred them in the face, whichever way they i iLiang tauklesw TreIp., ,. -.Li ll., f,,.me we ;, .ttislth w th "ah sacti l i he h s aR