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',F oS. lY0. I-NO- 373.-WHIIOLE NUMBER, VYou. XXI. No. 2103' PFH*i i'i "'"s ____MONIN,_____12_521
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Thefollowinggentlemen areAgentsof JAxES This is a subject on which the people ought
G. WATTS & Co. publishers of the Union, who to be informed, and one upon which the re
are authorized to receive Sobscriptions and Ad- search of a friend has put it in our power to
vertisements intended for this paper, and like- inform them. We have a table shewing the
wise any Money which may be due this esta- expense of each department of government
blishment from timeto time, commencing 1st from the year 1810 to 1820, both inclusive;
October, 1820, an.d who will receipt for the but the gross amount of expense for the several
same whenever it may be paid into their hands: years hAng most material, we only give that
John Davisson, Trenton and Princeton, N. J. And from it the reader cannot fail to perceive
an-d Morrisville, Pa. the important consequences of he late change
Elijah Brooks, Printer, Salem, N.J. of administration : the expenses of government
David Allinson, Printer, Burlington, N. J; were increasing every year, unlil the election
Jacob Cist, P. M. Wilkesbarre, Pa. of Gen. Hiester put an end to extravagance,
John Darragh, Esq. Pittsburg, Pa. and introduced economy.
Alexander Reed, Esq. Washington, Pa. Year. J"7ount. Year. A.mounlt.
amuel Preston,P.M. Stockport, Wayne Co. 1810 cjl t 774 1816 B177,373
1811 155,196 1817 183,095


Joseph Wickes, 4th, Esq. Chester.Town,
Kent County, Md.,
J. L. Bowman, Brownsville, Fayette County,
Penn.
John Campbell, Esq. P. M. Union-Town,
Fa1 eite Conhty, 'enin.
Larramore, Esq. P. M. Steubenville, Ohio,
William Huffington, P. M. Georgetown,
Delaware.
De illism Porler, 44, South-street, Baltimore.
John Adams, P. M.Northampton C. H. tVa.
C. B. Hobbs, Esq. P. M. Queen's Town, Md.
Levin S. Joynes, Accomack, Drummond
Town, Va.
W. P. Massie, P. M. Berry's Ft rry, Frederick
County. Va.
TI. Watson, P. M. Newbern, N. C.

H ARb ELEL'GfION*
The following is an accurate Statement of the
result of the Election held on Friday, in each
of the Wards ot this city, agreeably to law, for
the choice of two INsrsacTons of the General
iElection.-Am.1). Adv.
UPPER DELAWARE WARD.
ItfEn)AL tREPUBLICANS. IEIMNIOCRATS.
.)ns. F. Ridgway, 105 Israel Roberts, 56
Mark Richards,' 107 George W. Tryon,, 53
LOWER DELAWARe, WARD.
George Worrel1, 143 Joseph Cake, 65
C. W. Schreiner, 142 1 Thomas Wallace, 66
HI1GH-STREET WARD.
Jacob Chrystler, 70 I Abraham Oakie, 26
Joseph Price, 71 Benj. Stephens, 27
CHESTNUT WARD.
William Wallace,. 33 No opposition.
Samuel Robinson, 331
WALNUT WARD.
Jonathan Fell, 34 No opposition
Henry Simpson, 34 .
DOC'K t1 ARD.1
Thomas Mitchell, 30 N opposition.
Joseph P. Hornor, 30 opp
NEW MARKET WARD.
Joseph R. Evans, 114 opposition.
j ir., ii '.. jr. 114 No opposition
:r,-l: rH MULBERRY WARD.
Jrs. S I' ,ll j, 16 I fiiiiain [ei; 231 4
Lebbcus Whitney, 94 John Marley, 133
SOUTI'H MULBERRY WARD.
John G.-eiiier, 178 1 Benjamin Wiley, 239
1 William Mandry, 55
NORTHi WARD.
WiVm F. Seeger, 116 No position
Adam T "'raquair, 115 Nopposition
MIDDLE WARD.
Edlward Parker, 78 No opposition.
James M. Shaw, 77 o opposition
SOUTH WARD.
Teomas Hale; 47 No opposition.
A. A. Brown, .4.7
LOCUST WARD.


1812 162,646 1818 184,530
1813 156,602 1819 194 618
1814 164,497 1720 189,357
1815 159,592 1821 158,942a;
'This item is set down from such data, that,
the actual result, when the accounts for' the
year are balanced, cannot vary from it more
than a few hundred dollars.-Ilar. Chron.

Astronomy.


Baron Lindeneau has recently published
some observations respecting the diminution of
the solar mass. It will be found, says he,
that the snn may have been imperceptibly sub-
ject to successive diminution since the science
of astronomy has been cultivated. Baron Lin-
deneau supposes the suti's diameter to be ,*00,
000 miles-4,204,000,000 feet, or nearly 2000
seconds. We have not, he observes, hitherto
possessed any instrument for measuring the di-
ameter of heavenly bodies to a second. The
sun may therefore diminish 12,000 feet ot its
diameter, or 2,102,000 feet, without the possi-
bility of being perceived. Supposing the suni
to diminish daily 2 feet, it would require three
thousaindydars to render the dimininution of a
second of its diameter visible.

Nice Point.
A Gentleman from Humphreys county states,
about two weeks since, two of his neighbours
laid claim to a colt in the range. Maj. Pow-
ers, one of the parties, took it home-the oth-
er soon produced no less than thirteen witness-
es to prove his claim to the colt, who all de-
clare themselves well satisfied of his r;;hi i.t
the property. Maj. Powers, tor, bul thi t-'.
timony introduced twelve other witnesses, who
as positively averred the colt was his property.
Amidst such a contradiction of testimony the
parties interested concluded to refer the case.
to arbitrators ; each of them chose two and
those four finding some difficulty added five
more to their numbers, the nine arbitrators
then heard the testimony and retired to make
up their verdict-after some time it was agreed
to, 5 to 4,iri favour of him who had thirteen wit-
nesses.-iashville Clarion,

Last week I took a wife and when I.first did
woo her."-Yesterday James E ing, a good
looking young fellow, with black eyes and
broad shoulders, was brought up before the po-
lice charged with having THREE WIVES,
two being present.
Ilis first wife, a pretty little young woman,
deposed as to her marriage; but in consequence
of ill treatment, generally, she wishes to get
rid of him. The second wife he married in Sus-
sex county, New Jersey, who is now living
there with her two children. The third wife.
a pleasant looking woman, in black, acknowl-
edged she was married last January in Lan-
singburgh, and being the last wishes to con-
tinue with him.


Thomas T. Stiles, 192 John Sibbeit, 115 'the Dey of Algiers among the women, is
Saml. H. Thomas, 189 James Rogers, 115 represented to be a profligate fellow, danger-
CEDAR WARD. ous to a moral community, and will be dispo
John Keating, jr 147 John Cooper, 200 sed of as the law allows in such cases.-NVat.
I John C, Herman, 50 Advocate.

The Federal Ilepublicans, having confi The Lxinton Public Advertiser ofthe 15tl
dence in the integrity and liberality of Mr. Mark Tis Lexingtonat fr the fortnight previousth
Richards, placed Isis name on their ticket, a,_inst. mentions, that fur the fortnight previous,
Richards, placed his name on their ticket, al- specie had been in demand, and that exchange
though he does not rank among them. a b hias 50
"had been as high as 50.
RECAPIi ULATION. i i
IMCAII I ULATION. -, A cultural and Geolulgical.
Names of the Wards. F. Rep. Dem. Totals. i d. G

1. U pp Delaware, 105 55 160 The following report on the subject of a Ge.
2, Lower Delaware, 143 66 209 logical survey, with a view to subserve the in-
3. High-street, 71 27 98 terest of Agriculture, was unanimously adopt-
4.. Chesnaut, 3 00 33 i ed by the Philadelphia Society for pr,,moting
5. Walnut, 34 00 34 Agriculture, which, together with the appoint\
6 Dock, 30 00 30 ment ol Doctor Gerard Troost, to carry the
7. New itarket, 114 00 114 same into effect, was directed to be published
8. North Mulberry, 96 134 230 in several of the daily newspapers, for the in-
9. South Mulberry, 178 239 417f formation of Farmners, and others interested, re-
10. North, 115 00 115 siding in the district through which Mr. Troost
11. Middle, 78 00 78 may pass.
12. South, 47 00 47 1 lie Committee to whom was referred the
15. Locust, 192 115 307 subject of a Geologic:dal Survey, recommend to
14. Cda, 147 50 197 the attention of the Society that important to-
4 1- _pic; and, in order to efiec it, Propose : That
Totals- 1383 686 2069 the survey in the first instance, should be with-l
in a semicircle, or segment et a circle, whereof
mpor-tan ..t. -.' in C Cto .- Agreeably the centre should be thie Rotunda, in High st.
Imp orint oI. M Cton.-,Agreeabl i tne radii extending fifteen miles, and the
to a, ordinance ot H,s Majesty, the King of ,' ,n1 ,e t, r. D w ,e
France, dated June 20, 1821, a premium o ten eastern boundary be te river Delaware. The
fra.icsler sd.ed kilogram s (200 and oddh objects and plan to be pursued be similar to
transitt per ..e. t of Novlm those of the Geological Survey of the County of
pounds) shall conutie until te rst of Novem- Albany, with suchimpovements or modifica
er ext to e given on American Cotton des- tons as may be prescribed by he Coemmitee to
nied for l.me consumptionl, eand oI enjoying s peintendt the execution. That a special Cor-
areaa, sonicm coloniial privilege, when impor. teebe appointed, and authorisedetosup"rin
ted in French vessels fronm American ports or n' te execution, of the proposed plan, and
colonies, excepting those of the Unitrd States, ten te election o te propose plan an
P..... suggest from time to time such objects in its
A. Gau j, execution as shall be deemed useful and pro
per; and also to agree with one or more per-
A meeting was held on Thursday at the sons to execute the plan, and furnish such in.
Courthouse m York, (Pa.) for the purpose o' structions as shall be deemed suitable, and cornm
taking into consideration what means should be petent to embrace the objects, whereof Agri-
adoiptd obr relieving the sick and distressed it cult/tre shall be the most prominent.
"Wrightsville, int that county. The meeting ap- : Ly ordeer and on behalf ofthe Committee,
pointed committees to mak a collect t o lote t RICHARD PETERS, Chairman.
sufferers. The village of Wrightsville contains Tlie Philadelphia Society for promoting Ag-
about 300 inhabitants of whom there is scarcely riculture, impressed with highly useful results
one that has escaped the prevailing fever.-Y. of a Geological Survey of the district, describe
Gaz. ed in the foregoing report, have appointed
S- ~ 'Dr. Gerard Troost, an intelligent and scientific
Baron De Malttz, Secretary of the Russian character, to whom every Farmer and Inhabi .
Legation, has arrived in the city of New York, ant residing within the bound, of the County
iroum London, in the ship Robert Edwards. which he is about to explore, should show ev.
ery attention, and afford whatever assistance
Piracy.-As the question is frequently ask- he may require, to execute the object of that
ed, what is the punishment of persons conyi'ct report. This measure is calculated to serve
ed of robbery upon the high seas, we give the the interests of Agriculture ; and disinte'est-
substance ofthe uw, tor general information. edon thue part of thile Society. it is expected
Robbery on board a vessel, or upon the ship's that.every Farlmr will afford Mr. Troost both
company, on the high seas, or on tide water, is hospitality and assistance, as well for further'
declared by a law of the U. States, passed May an.ce of their own interests, and from motives
1820, to bepiracy and punishable with death ; of Patriotism.
as is also the landing iromn a piratical vessel and RICHARD PETERS, President.
committing robbery.,-.-alo' Pat. P!:iladlp fda, 26th Sept, 1821.


.. under tte Ii.lec.ns body and [l,,i-.id it .Liztlut atid i., ,u n l..jko,.;g ,t ce of li'- po',-
F I ,,. several minutes, before the whole force that er : l)d mercy.-Of his. power in so suddenly
oRM THE NATIONAL 1-'TE- i ".i !r, t .T' I. could be started with rails and poles could beat dest roying tlie hopes and prospects c' man
A letter from our corrni-,...i:.'t ..i Pr'r.-,..I, him off. The body was mangled in the most and of his mercyt in preserving so many from
gives us an account of the affair between Gov. shocking manner, the negro however lived for such imminent danger. We have seen'his foot-
Jinckson.and Col. :'allava, thesmine in all essen- two days afterthe accident. Mr.M'Gavock hns steps in this alllictive providence, but we are
tial particularsas that we haiv already publish- li.l tl,. horns of the animal sawn oiff. This is to remember that this is ony a part of his ways.
ed. 0;.e or two extracts, however, from our the first time we have ever heard of an elk We have realized the truth of those grand des-
correspondent's letter, will throw aome addi- using its lerns, for nrnnoyance or defence- criptions of the Almighty, contained in scrip-
tional light on this matter: kicking and pawing being its usual mode,- iture. The L-crd hath his -way in the whirl!ind
PENSACfL.A, Sept. 1, 1821. Clarion. iand int the storm, and maketh the clouds /he dust of
"In the organisation ofthe government, no hiisf tt. lie maketh the clouds his chariots, and
one can have the slightest :d. t of the difficul- walkith 4. the wrings of the wind.
ties who is not on the spot, and to whom its sit-
nation is not explained There was but one ci- More of the Hlurricane.
vil officer in all West Florida, the Alcade, and FnoitO rill.r COeNOoII) (N. ( .)P'ATrIO'.
his powers were almost i .. e., or rather, WARWICK, (Mass.) Sept. 14. A friend at New London has furnished us
under the Spanish Constitution, of very little On Sunday the 9th inst. about 6 o'clock, P. t ith a statement ofthe number of buildings des-
importance, comparatively st.,-.:' I li-'i M. we were visited by the most destructive troyed and injured in that town, by the whirl-
was no government that we c...ilt i..1,- ...J I tempest that was ever witnessed in this part of wind of the 9thinst. viz:-
or better administer; it all e < .-l in te i It.i. the country since its settlement It very much Buildings, .c. completely demolished-3o dwel-
trary will and pleasure of those who exercised 'resembled, if it did not (qual, boIh in its fury ling" houses, 1 large house frame, 6 barns, 1 saw
it. The General has made what he could of and effects, those TornaIct-cslthicthare peculiar mill, 1 cider mill, 5 sheds, 8 orchards, and 330
it." to tropical climates. None i ut those who wit. acres of woodland blown down, and one cow
After the surrender of the country, Col. messed the scene, or have visited the field of killed.
Callavf remained here as we su-)posed, for h;s destruction, can form a just idea of its power. 1... '. c.inIjured.-6 dwelling houses,
own good pleasure ; for he was never consider- .. .p 3 barns, and 3 sheds-corn snd potato fields,
ed as holding any official station near our go- Immediately previous to its commencement, stone wall, fences, destroyed and injured;
vernment after that period, and if entrusted a entle shower of rain, attended with mode household furniture crushed and blown away
with a commission from t h own fvern~T, h, rate hunde passed cattle, &c. injured.
ev byinide it kon "- -" rain ceased, a smakl blakcloud was discovered
never made itnknown. fr..ts ,., .-.p.uo .'..'. .... orthen s About the tune the 'l'he principal sufferers were Nathan and Jo-
ed by individuals for the purpose of asserting rain ... ..lbak dsoe nathan Herrick, John Davis, Josiah Dayis, An-
o."aaserti ins time west, about ten degrees above the hori.
their rights, were discovered in the posses- te wst, en degrees abovt ti. in i.., ... Peter Se ient, and Levi Har-
sen of a person who, it afterwards appeared, zon great commoion, to which point nume-ey.Theothers were Asx G age, Amos Page,
was ofunder the orderof Callt ave his person sons small clouds moved in rapid succession, v S. Knowton, William Morgan, Wid. Broc-
was under, the order. of Callav .. thIais persoitand were involved in the gener:.J mass S-itrom
was ordered to deliver there; he refused this clre involved in the gener mass rom klebank, E. Davis, William Claik, Joh. Wil-
and shifted them into the hands of Callava; ths clod dens v a liam, Wid. I! .. 1 .1 latthew iHarvey, J. P. Sa-
they were all brought before the -Govfr- rm extended to the ground, which appeared bin and Wi.d. Adams.
nor, as you will see in the Floridian, aud to be in a constant whi h, this was evidently The tornado (aiys our informant) when cros-
he committed for contempt. -it 't,. -:r,, reduced by two .-,r -I ,r. ,of air meet sing Lake Sunapee, appeared like a pillar of
here, and who had an opportunity of witnessingn ing together front. i'. r \\. .id W as there black cloud reaching to the heavens, whirling,
the transaction, lighi-. t,'..-,. it. S..oe think ws a very sensible pressure from h those two and foaming terribly, ploughing and drawing
he might have been c.oe,. c .1 ,n r,,.- .. i house. ts. It commenced on the higlandthe water. It as bt bout 20 rods in dia-
as was done in thle case ofthe intendant of New Connecticut River, in Northfield, plarkig a n meter in the water, while towards its top it was
Orleans-but the G ,. a .1 make no dis easterly course through this townvi about a mile halfa mile; it was filed with the ruins of de-
Orleans-but the G,- d % i -Imakenotdi south of the centre. Its course was not invarl-
tinction between i.,; c s- an. I ilt orfthe man in of ts mu" t cour. s polishedd buildings, trees, &. and moved near.
whose possession the pipers -.r in the first able in a st' riht ln e, which was untoutedly lv a mile a minute. It passed across the N. W.
instance found. Similar si o t .e said to owi r the current of not maintaining a n d of Sunapee ake, and over Kearsage
have occurred at St. Aiustie. A milder equal balance. Is march asgrandnda : mountain, about two miles S. of he highest
course was pursued by the officer commndng sweeping in its course (which was from 20 to e aS
there, for the present; but that a different 120 rods witle every tiung before it. Trees, At the foot of the mountain on the S. E.
course will be pursued have no doubt." ences, stone walls and bildigs, forded n sidn a sort of valley, stood seven houses,
The following additional 'i.,, ail, i on the resistance Trees stripped of their small branch. which composed all the dwellings in that vil-
subject is from The Fhlridia., lie ,I t of Sep. es are found at a considerable distance from wge. They were all ore or It s injured, and
e l II n. Stones of many hundred e. They re all more r less inied, and
member: ta i 1 ..' .i , h. I.. Stones o man hundred the whole property of the two Savalys entirely
"We understand that, .nir,; Ihe. ,l..cJm ,.n,- ",l. .11 ,as are removed out of theirSwept awa. Th names of the persons killed
(of Col. Callava) siz ,.' t .rei.". beds, and iii many places deep furrows are swept awu,< this village, are pamuel Savary,
0 11,-.,1,- made i, the earttl, and wounded itn thii village, are Samuel Savary,
papers coverr, i-, .... i.... i...i. i,,l pages,) e inke e illed; Elizabeth, his wife, very badly bruised;
ol \1 m.l, f>riri,, Li..ut...t i .. .. i.r of Lo.i- In JV'rthfleld, a dwelling house and barn, oc- Miry Savary, considerably hurt; her infant
isiana, on which it hu.,l, 1.1 ,,! r'.l- 1,I favor' cupied by a Mr Gatr!in, were entirely demo- child, killed in her arms, by falling timbers;
of the heirs, wrci mi .-le :.) .1 11-i r,t .vernors listeded. Mr- G. was several) injured, but will Laura Little, Leonard N, and Jesse Savary,
of this province, att., ri,.: I,., t;i ,.. as. Sev. probably recover Mrs. G. was carried a con- children, much hurt ; Robert Savary, buried
eral of the dt--e. i ir. i. t'! .11 ,a i, and as j siderable distance from the house and not ma. in bricks, and inush injured; his wife Abigail,
late as July, 18-Ltbuit noin ..I ,l in IF Ce been terially injured. The barn of Mr. Reuben also very much bruised ; their children, Levi,
as yet enfore, Il. I bie w,-,ri ,..is, whom tI\'lt it was also entirely destroyed. The Isaac and George, were also much hurt; and
these decrees I, .,, b,' i'.. ... h been ci- '. liIg' hpuse and barn of Mrt.l]. lii ..i. in, Clarlotte and Ruth Goodwin, at the time in
ted to sheIt r, ,. w, ilit i ,i.' n.t be car. were destroyed, and himself v r t, I k ...h In, the house were wounded. Mrs Phebe Pal.
tried into -. 1 i,.' ,. ,i.i lie ,i.nt. : now un- edel. being several limes knocked down in his mer, and some others at Mr. P's house, were
tir ,i .... -,i ....1 t i,. ... ; it retreat to the cellar, but there are hopes of his hurt.
would, :i.n ,,-i.-i t., ,.,-lI ,.m r ,,t us to recovery. At Peter Flla-tders', in the :.-.il -,vl.. f','romr
say ally lhnig lulthcr-L.t Ithi !,i have its Iun Varwick, two barns owned by Mr. Jones the mountain aiid about 21 r,.;I.- ,it -ilI from
course." Leonard atundl Mr Elijah Miller, destroyed. A the other vill ge, all the family were hurt, and
dwelling hi.use, barn and out buildings of Mr. two killed. Mr. F. dangerously wounded ; his
to- C la nts Jonathan Wilsti, were shivered to atoms, and wife also badly ; daughter Mary, arm broken
J11otice tO ClilUiaa S. the greatest part of the contents carried away. and otherwise hurt ; Phebe, in her 4h year,
S-There were six persons in the house at the carried from the house asleep on a bed, and
WVasHuINTrcN, Sept. 26, 1821. time : two boys escaped unhurt.-Mr. Wilson badly hurt ; True, slightly; Mrs. Colby, a wis
The Commissioners appointed under the and his wife, and his son Joseph and his wife, dow, hurt ; Anna Richlardson; single woman,
1 lth Article of the Treaty of Anity, Settle- were taken from tise ruiqs, much bruised and killed ; an infant child of Mr Flanders also
ment, and Limits, between the I_-,,;. ,i I .t. wounded, except Mrs. Wilson the elder, who killed ; Lona Hamah, a girl in the family, badly
of America and his Catholic I... ., .- is not materially injured. A cow standing in injured.
eluded at Washingto,n i '."* I .,' the yard was driven by the current a num At Joseph Truc's, in Salisbury, (the line be.
February, 1819 to ascertain the full amount ber of rods and killed. From this scene of twe,-n Salisbury and Warner passing between
ebruay,idity of to asertins mentioned or re- desolation we trace the Tornado to a large F. and T's houses) Mrs. True was badly hurt;
andt validity he clsaias mentioned as' r, pond, where a great quantity of water was ta- Caleb and Joseph wounded, the former slight-
ferred to in the said thi.,its- 1,,%i. I their ken up in form of a water spout ; from thence ly ; Mary, extremely bruised and burnt ; Sally,
present session, duly A .,n,,i..1 il l iH. me- to the dwelling house of Mr. Elisha Brown, in much burnt and bruised ;Mrs Jones, very
morals of claims, filed A ;ti, the Secretary of which were himself, his wife and nine children much hurt.
the Board, on and before the 10th instant, in --this house was not entirely demolished-it We believe that nearly the whole property
pursuance of the orders made by the Board was unroofed and otherwise damaged. The fall of these two families was destroyed. One oa
on the 14th of Junre last; and having dispo- of the chimney involved several ofthe family in tweo other unoccupied buildings in this neighi
sod of the same as to- them seemed right; the ruins, one of whom (a daughter 13 years of bourhood were damaged, but not materially.
but having reasons to believe that there may age) wau taken out dead ; two barns were also We have not heard that any other damage was
be other claims, the memorials of which unroofed. The next buildings in the course done by the gale in this quarter, save in sever-
have not yet been presented-or having been were two bars, belonging to Mr. David Gale, at towns trees and fences blown down, &c. and
presented, have not been received by the and Mr. John lball, both entirely destroyed ; some slight damage from the hail, which in
Board, at its present session, because of de- that of the latter of considerable value. Canterbury, we have been told, fell in some
fects in the same-do, therefore, Leaving Hiarwick, the tempest passed into places as large as five inches circumference. -A
Order, That all persons, having claims Orange, still retaining all its violence, and gentleman from Pittsfield informed us a few
which are to be'received by this Comimis- sweeping in its course the large tavern house, days since, that on Monday following the gale,
sion, memorials of which have not yet been barns and blacksmith shop of Capt. Moses pieces of boards two feet long, one with two
filed with the Secretary; or, being filed, have Smith from their very foundations. So strong nails in it, shingles, strips of clapboards, and
not been received by the Board, at its pre- was the current in this place, that one chimney the pannel of a door, were picked up in that
sent session, for the reasons above stated- wiih a part of the foundation stones was swept town, which with other rubbish had fallen the
do file a memorial of the same with the Se- ofT. and much of the cellar wall thrown down. evening previous-at a'distance of more than
cretary, previous to thefirst .l'..,.. ,, in Joint- There were 11 persons in the house,who were twenty miles Ib hingles were also observed to
.ry netl; to the end that they may be then scattered in different directions--a young wo- fall from a great height in the air in Loudon
duly examined, andi fthe validity and amount man living in the family, aged 20 years, was and Canterbery, on the evening of the tornado.
thereof decided upon, according to the suit- found dead under the rubbish, after an hour These circumstances may indeed be true, when
able and authentic testimony of the same, and a half diligent search, forty feet from the astonishing power of the whirlwind in
which may be required: And that each of whence she was last seen A young man had Wendell and Warner is considered--many ad-
the said memorials now required to be filed, his slouhler fractured, and Mrs. Smith was ta- ditional particulars of which might be related,
shall be prepared and verified, in conrmity ken out from amongst the timbers with a young did it seem necessary to confirm what has al-
ithl fle direptios prescribed in tie -ni. child in her arms, neither of them much injury. ready been stated.
orders oth thedirectBoard, esad on the saint ed. A horse was carried 40 rods and killed.- Public curiosity should now yield a moment
orders of the Board, made Capt. Smith's loss is very great, scarcely an ar to reflection.--What isto become of the untbr-
June last. f tile of furniture saved-having been either tunate families? Who can make up their loss
And, that further time may be allowed to carried away or broken. A barn belonging to even in property ? Not the towns in which the
claimants, to prepare and while their memori- tMr. Eben'r..Cheney, and one belonging to Mr. suflerers live,althuugh individuals in each oftbemn
als as above directed, it is Zi a Goodell, were also destroyed. Passing to have contributed liberally to their relief It
Ordered, That, when thfl Board shall ad- Tulley Mountain, in the east part of Orange,do. should be thought of every where by those
journ this day, it will ,.i,.... ,. to meet again i,,g tittle other damage, its fury abated, having whose wealth enables them to contribute. And
on the first Monday in Januoary next; at extended about ten miles. Equal havoc has although it be not in the power of man to re.
which time, it will proceed to decide whether been made with orchards and wood lots and store to the happy circle the aged father, or
any memorials which mse y have been filed large quantities of hay and grain carried away to the arms of the bereaved parents their lovely
with the Secretary, before that day, in pursu- from those barns which were destroyed. We infants-- it is still possible to relieve their
ance of the above order, shall be received learn that fragments of buildings and furniture, wants, to shelter them from approaching win-
for examination. sheaves f grain, bed quilts and clothing, have ter, and administe, to them many pecuniary
And, in order that some further disposii been found scattered along to the distance of comforts-
tion may speedily be made of such melmori- 25 miles east of this place. "The quality of Mercy is not strati'd,
als as have, during the .present session, been It is observable that every thing was drawn It fillethl like the gentle dew of heaven-
suspended for argument, at the request of towards the centre of' the course of the Torna. Itblesseth him that gives and hima ttl takes-
the claimtants, it is further d, where i ht was he most powerisl. It sound. h .e........
Ordered, That the argument, in each case, ed like heavy distant ttneder, and shook the
which hath been so suspended, be tiled with earth to the distance ot 2 or 3 miles. Na:w Yones, Sept 28.
the Secretary, on bejbfore the said first Mon- In addi ion to the damage already mentioned, Bsa'd of Health, Sept. 27, 1821
day in January.next. we may add many valuable orchards, wood. There lus been reported to the Board of
Ordered, That a copy of these orders be land timber-lots, &c. The whliole amount of Health, by the Resident Physleician, two cases of
published, by the Secretary of the Board, in d-.magq'e cannot be estimated at less than malignant fever, one at No. 56 Oak! street, and
the National lutelligencer, c. *,,..,. the other at No S3 Bancker store t. Thlie first
T. VAT I.IN". i It is not easy to describe the feelings of case is that of Thomas C. Hawley, No 11, west
Secretary to the Conunission t those who have been involved in this calamity side of James slip, iande the second David Collis,
under the lith Article of the treaty when they first saw their danger. So sudden blacksmith ; he worked at his father'sshop, No.
with Spain. and rapid was its approach, that they had no 293 Fronit.street.
time to meditate on means of safety. indeed, The Board also state that two persons who
there was no escape. Had they left their houses, were taken sick were sent down to the Marine
A Cte deCtt. their situation would have been equally peril- Hospital. One was Francis Morgsn, from No.
Nxsuiey.r, Sept; 12. ous, Ihe air beiag filled with fragments, which 243 Water street-br.th worked on board the
On utnday, the 2d inst. as a negro man be- were hturicd with the velocity of.huttnder bots. Ann Maria lying at Quarantine, a sickly vessel
Longing to Mr. Davidil t.:vuck, was passing We hase to bewail the loss of two lives, and it is from which four persons had died at the Marine
-i. .' liis ptark, a b'ck e i made at him, he a matter of astonishment that eany others did Hospital,
attempted to get out of ii --. \, but could not, not share the same fate, when we con, idcer By order of the -Ba't:L
was overtaken and run t..,. : :1. *.,.. by the their exposed eituatiot;, God muEy be truly t 'EPHBN ALLEN, Plresident,


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mBate In detail of the comparative value of lan


T IH E LE N 1 0 N. in different situations in these two quarters
the globe, we must content ourselves by station
PHILJiLeDLPIA: in a general manner, hoping to be corrected
TUESDAY MOINING, OCTOBER 2, 1821. in an error, that the price of real estate in ou
large towns and their vicinity, is equal or super
Real Estate,-Correct judgment concerning rior to that which it bears in the most iniprov
the value of real estate being necessary, not ed part of Europe. This cannot be account
only for the guidance of privateindividuals, but for, except on the supposition that it hlas bee
also for the furtherance of that system of legis- raised by artificial means; and it is plain, tha
nation which the times require, we trust that a unless these means are of a permanent nature
few remarks on the present mode of estima- it must decline, In America, where the popi
ting landed property, will not, be considered nation is perhaps, not ten to a square mile, th
amiss, if they should serve -only to call the at- supply of land is much greater than in those
mention uf the community to the subject. couruies, where lthcr are 50, 100, 150, or 20
The hopes which land owners entertain of inhabitants to the same surface. The territory
obtaining for their property the sum they ori- for which warrants have already been take
finally gave for it, as well as the complaints we out, would alone be sufficient to support mor
daily hear of the depreciation of houses and persons than the United States will number du
farms, and of the sacrifices made whenever ring the present century, and the quantity i
sales are effected, appear to us to be owing to market is daily increasing by sales of the pub
mistaken notions. The price of land is deter-I lie domain, It may appear strange to soml
mined, specially by the price of produce, and, that the price of an unsettled tract in lIt..':
in common with other things, by the quantity should affect that of a cultivated farm in Penn
of currency. Double the amount of circulating sylvania : but the truth is, as judiciously obser
mei.ium, and prices will advance; diminish it, ved by Mr. Maxcy, in his report to the legisla
and they will. decline. If produce falls, land ture of Maryland, that the price at which go
falls also; if it rises, land experiences a cortes-; vernment disposes of its land, tends to depres
ponding enhancement. This being premised, I the value of real estate in all the improved
if we can make it appear, that there is little or parts of the country.
no probability of our currency being augment- Of the selling rate of lands in the United
ed, and of produce rising in value, it will States some years ago, much useful information
follow that those who build their hopes of may be derived from the letters of Gen. Wash
wealth on the rise of real estate, build them on ington to Arthur Young, and ir John Sinclair
a sand foundation. In those letters lhe average price of cultiva
In he first place as regards the currency, ted farms of good land, in the old counties o
this will not increase in quantity. Bubbles must Pennsylvani, (not within 20 miles of Philadel
burst. It is not their nature to be permanent. pl'ia.) is stated to be 5 pounds an acre. -
Sooner or later our banks will 'e Ir:,i lh.d.J.,ard York county the average price of farms, wa
when this is done; a large am'cuit 4.1 i.. '. si Il .15 an acre.
be drawn from circulation. Some of these in. In Montgomery county, Maryland, farm
-titutions, it is expected,will then be tndl.l-d to were worth from 15 Oi;ir. 5 to 8 pounds the
increase their i' .,. t, hbt the % hole amount will acre : the average five, or, at most, six pound
be diminished. There may I.e some ,-dd;,i)nal the acre.


importations of specie, but exportations to
China, for the purchase of goods, and to Eu-
rope in payment for surplus imports, and of
bank and government dividends, will suffer
but little to remain in the country, and the ag-
g fregate amount of currency, paper .,r1 ni.in.:v
taken tii,. ihcr, will probably be less than it is
a-t present. .
In the second place as regards the price of
produce. This, we are of opinion, will not
rise. We have lost our foreign market, and
government either will not or cannot create a
domestic onea. [he public must not be deceiv.
ed by the late advance in the price of flour,
which has not been caused by any extension of'
the market, but partly by the failure of the
crops, and partly by speculation. Our knowing
-oaes.g-sts that there will be a long and a gene-
ral war in Europe, and that the people in that
quarter of the globe will be so busy fighting
that they will not have leisure to till the
earth. So theyguessed last year, with how much
correctness is well known. Theirguesses then
raised flour 50 cents a barrel ; and it is proba.
ble they have had a similar effect on the
Present occasion, for it does not seem likely
that the deficiency in the cropsis so consider.
ble as to cause an advance of one third in the
pric.- ; .:in.: of thle necessaries of life,
Flights of fancy, which properly belong to
the poet, mary be occasionally allowed to the
-philosopher or the politician ; but the .latter
should -be careful not to let the vagaries of his


In Fairfax county, Virginia, the fee simple
prices of lands at the distaioce often miles from
the river and town of Alexandria, was from 20
-;,-ili.. .40 shillings the acre. The ihen
common mode of renting lands in Fairfax counr
ty, was from 8 pounds to 10 pounds the 100
acres per year, for 10 or 20 years.
In Prince William and Fauquier county, the
average prices were 20 shillings to 30 shillings
the acre; the terms of lease the same as in Fair.
fax county.
In the county of Loudon, perhaps the best
farming county in Virginia, the bottom lands on
the river were estimated Trom three pounds to
five pounds the acre. The common mode of
renting farms was for a term of years not ex-
ceeding 21, at from 10 pounds to 20 pounds
the 100 acres.
The lands about Charlotteville were worth
from22s. 6d. to 27s. 6d. the acre. A negro
man could then be hired in that vicinity for 9
pounds a year, his clothes and food found. A
plough horse then sold for B40 ; a cow 30s.; a
sheep 6; a sow 10; a goose or turkey 2s; a
fpw-1 6d ; a bushel of wheat 3s; rye 22d ; Indinn
corn Is. 6d; beef and pirk in the autumn and
winter 15s. the 100 lbsa ; bacon 6d. to 8d. the
lb ; hay 45s. the ton. This was in August 1791,
Twenty years ago, we have been informed
on unquestionable authority, farms in certain
situations sold at from 30 to 50 dollars an acre,
when wheat was one dollar and ten cents a
bushel, for which the holders lately asked from


imagination influence the practical concerns of 60 to 90 dollars, when wheat was seventy cents
the people at large. These fluctuations of a bushel. This fact we consider as settling the
price can be ofno advantage to the communi- question, for though wheat is now S1 05 in
ty. If some gain by them, others lose. We do Pniladelphia, it is owing to temporary causes.-
0,t d envli i tht sliouhul f tht kiuu ait thispce


mo c,, u>.,,, u~t a ,> ine ot tire x ow iing ounes But, supposing it should continue at this price,
are very ingenious, anid may prove correct; but why, when produce is the same, should land
it will notdo for tITe whole nation to be go- sell at a double rate ? We admit that the gene-
verne:! by calculations founded on remote con- ral improvement of the country, the introduc-
eingencies. Our reasoning concerning the tion of new manufactures, and the low interest
future, should be predicated on what we know of money, have tended to enhance real estate,
to a certainty of the past and of the present. but they could never have operated to so great
Lest we should be accused of the fault which an extent as to cause an augmentation in value
'we have just been condemning, we beg leave 80, 90, or 100 per cent. The f.-'cility of inter-
to observe that we give no positive opinion as course which different partsof the country now
to the price bread stuffs will bear before the enjoy, has deprived many tracts of the peculiar
end of the year. We know nrot for how much advantages they possessed in their immediate
further advance they will be indebted to thle vicinity to targe towns, and from this, and the
guesses ocf the ingenious; nor whether facts will other circumstances mentioned, we cannot be-
not answer to their predictions. We are nei. lieve that land is entitled to the advance it now
other prophets, nor,sons of prophets; conse. bears.
quently, we are unable to detect pretenders to At no time since the first settlement of the
the art of divination, till the time shall have country, the glorzousdays ofspeculation except.
passed by in which what they foretell should ed, was land rated so high as it is at present.
have been fulfilled. For the satisfaction of It may surprise some of the young to tell them
plain matter of fact me,, who have no other that in the year 1770 there were but two
means of i d i f the ,ittir. h.t h. -1- f


e u o uur ut y w_-at --1 C ,riI',' oi ,,, t; e ini iiM ani t ence uc w.' -rai c ine news t at P ince Alexanderl,
they knoI of the past and of the butyent 'houses in Philadelphia that rented as high as spoke in the house My dlear friend," contemplated visiting the Sandwich Islands. Off of Hohenlohe, was expecti:d in this town produ.
they kno 'of te past ad of the pre 00 pounds per annum. Such, however, was he replied, where there re so many speak- the mouthi of the harbor of Valpariso, spoke ced the most lively sensation-al the infirm en-
w epo n su h ho vr wenthe w hale ship North A m erica, of Nantuck et, dewed witl a steh a d st faith. wa ited w ith great
we will state that, though wheat is quoted the fact; nd for many years afterwards rents ers, there ought to be at least one hearer."- 14 monte whale shis utp Norwith Americay 5 s oil.f Nantuckf'rivet, doimpti h a ce the moment of laying his readpo
in oushel, Philadt is sellphia price current a t Leinon ate, co50 pared with what they now It isnot often that an assemblyman makes so Plate, spoke brig Oswego, Hamilton, from Bal. them.
a bushel, it is selling at Lexington at 50 ,are. A lot has been pointed out to us in Mar- pertinent and so laconic a speech. timore for Maonte Video,out 65 days. Off Beimu. The Prince arrived on the 2d July-lie per.
cents. If it should, experience a further ad ket street, which, with the house and store cla,English brig Mry Ann, from Halifax for De- formi'ed his first cure on three females who la.
ance ermers inhe interior will be able mara, out 12 days. bored dr paroxysms ogout-their cure was
to eance farmers inthe interior will be able which then stood n it rented in theyear 1792 INSPECTOR'S & ASSESSOR'S ELECTION A .---i n thChesapeake states, that attested by only one witness, a distributor of
to enter into competition with those on the for 50 pounds per annum. When speculation INPETO'S ASSSSORS LCT ord,.. ., ,,, had a second time seized in the alms. He restored the use of limbs to a p,raly-
seaboad andno additional rise could becon- ran highest then buildings were torn down, and Penn Township-avid oelpper, Esq. is Port of Arica, a considerable sum of money tic and hearing I two d, women. The Prince
siderable, unless tho a deficiency in the crops the .land disposed ofon a ground rent down, 1000 elected Inspector, and Fredericf laas, Asses- upwardss of 100,000) belonging to the brig promised to repair, on the following day, to the
should prove to be greaterthan has hitherto o Macedonian,ol',ktston,Capt.Smniith from Canton extensive area in the vicinity of the cathedral,
should prove to be greater'than has hitherto dollars a year. One of our friends has not yet onUTrsRnx LIBERTIES. under the pretltxt of breach of blockade, and and to petrfrrt his cures in the open air. ",.At
been supposed, or the prospect of a war in recovered from his chagrin, for not hang pur- rtWard-oatiley arean Inspectomas and Joseph S. had orandered thof brig to sea, under the co immense, te tianude retsorted to th place-the
Europe should brighten rch eed from his chagi for not barsng Pol i Riley are elected Iispeictors, amd Jchti Tiylo, mttd of Miilshiipman Herron, late of thie Mace. lme, thie deaf, andu thie blinu, lay prostrate on
Europe shouldbrighten .chased a little estate for 500 dollars, andt Sold it. Assessor. Odeniesi frigate. Capt. Smith remained on thie earth--near-to them vwere,in aUtendsiance,
But however high wheat may be this season for 25,000: the former being the price at which Second Ward-leese Morris and obert A. shorapt. Smith remained o their eareinear thems, were, llep pancey
or the next, it will not affect our argument, It it was offered to him, and the latter the price Parric'h are elected Inspectors, atid James Mit- Sin Thomas Hardy, commodore of the Bri: ers to Heave for the r cove y o, these untf r
is the avearge price of produce for a series of at which a more fortunate speculator effected a cell, Assessor. tish Squadron, had protested against the extent tunate individuals. The moment the Prince
years, th atdetermines the price of land. A hich a ore frtunate eteed Third Ward-rThere is no election oflnspec- of the blockade declared by the Columbian go. n.ade his appearance, the wiotle ,. ...hi.,.- fell
partial failure s th e priave no effect, sale a few years afterwards. But there is no tors, three candidates having an equality of verienmu, and had declared that he should not upon their knees-all fixed, i, I :' ,,,j si.
Sa T rn, t necessity for multiplying facts of this kind. If votes; Georges Gorgas is elected Assessor. respect it beyond the hounds of three .-., lence, their ees ort Prince I! henlhe, who, af.
and a short wari Europe, but little. om any our readers wish inform themselvesfur. F urth Ward-J. Jos. lenry and 1aniel to th.e.windward and to tile leeward of ,,i ,. ter putting up a long prayer, advanced to th
what we know of the past and of the present, any fou eaers wisht iform th see Smth, are elected inspectors, and Win. ag- a that, within them limits, a blockading force, idst of the supplicants, and asked i a mild
here is good reason to believe that the average their on the subject, they can easily obtain simi- nor ssor should actually be kept up. tone, "Do you firmly believe thal God can cure
r e r t e thi.r anecdotes by applying to men a little advan- Fifth Ward-'-rter Gable and Thomams Tm. you !" A thousand voices replied t Yes, yesa "
price of produce infutue, will be low, ad d i life. y need not apply to th ver ings, inspectors, and Thonlas- Tinsg, assessor. Then hlie stretched forth his arms, and utt red
c They need not apply to the ver Sixth Ward--l-seph 'Smith and ./n Bro-aks, Latest 'tFrm ElIgland. with a loud voice, "Arise, your faith hiath l) mde
the average price ofiand, ow also. aged. Those who were old enough ten or fifteen inspectors, and Samuel M erron, assesio, u Eng wholeo' and they all got u and m
-tEAL ESTAT'E.-Ao. 2. years ago, to observe the course of affairs, can. Seventh Ward-Isaac Johnson and tRudolph -- away. The acclamations of the multitude rent
f. inform them sufficiently of the effect specula- Itarly, inspectors, and .Franklin Lee, assessor. teou Ona..OONDET.
Perhaps a more ready way of enabling that West Kensingion-Isaac Boileau, John San- 'ice of te Daily dvertierthemastrcy of the town
lion had on the ptice of real estate.d ifos hin e .Lhaenitff. N, vertheless, the magistracy of the town
part of cur readers who are not used to discus. ders, inspectors, Isaac Boile:,u, assessor. PI l28 e tho't proper 0 appoint a commission, conS.
iosouiktdoo'acorejuge (T-o be Continued.) III Souuhiwark-- John hI. M'llutliut, 'George X e ace inuhlbhd to Capt. Tiany, of the ed nf -,,t.. I i ,nd upright men, whom thev
sions of this kind ito form a correct judgment l Rees, j. ee P tleser ad be / s, ship Londo Plnacket, which arrived at this rec. -'. -. I '. the Priice, aid o i make a
on the subject, will be by comparing the price A counterfeit billof One lfundred Dollars, on inspectors, and George Pearson, and Vdiliatm port last evening from London, for the pa- list of' the persons whom lie shsutd cure oa
which land in Amric-a ,ow bears, with that the Bank of Pennsylvania, made payable to J. look, assessors. pers of that cily, to Au,'.20, two days later their infirmlit-s These commission erts have-
which it formerly bore, and that which it bears Jones, letter C, No 285, was offered yesterday In Moyamensing Township-James Ronald- than before ree'ivcd. They do not contain prepcrred an. account of the state of iwentv
n Eope morning at the office ofS Alen. Theected inspect, and James Elnue, jr. any e wso importance. They furnish in- thee persons wo had declared thms
Assessor. somatioi frot the .kimg tt Dublin to thn ccurd b th e.Priicea d it.turns out that th(-
Not having sufficient datato furnish an es.i- engraving is coarser than that of the genuine The names in italic are democrats,-Sntinel. 15th, on whiic dav he leld a private levee ailment t have .iotbe.t itn siy i oltntihthedi
Not hving uffiient ata t furitilkan C9.1-1s have not beeu in ally e lietuni 1" w


d note, and the signature badly executed, bu In the Recapitulation of the votes given 6n at the Vice regal park. His public entry in-
of calculable to deceive unless careluily examin- Friday last, F'r Inspector-, an error occurred- to the city was to be made on the 17th.
g ed. the Democratic votes in South Mulberry Ward, The p-ile"' contain news from Madrid to
were but 61, and not 239, which reduces the Aug. 7. i',,. kine had returned from Sare-
if We are sorry to learn that the yellow fever is wole number of D)emocratic votes in the city doll to the city. i n.i, stated that-very.dis-
r extending it rges at New York. By the e86 to 58.ublcn otes were 1383 agreeable news had been received from Vera
S extending its ravages at New York. BY'th lTe IFederal Republican votes were 1383 Cruz.
e. report of the Health Officer, it appears that, Thlie Democratic votes 08 ritish stocks, London, Aug 20. Three ct,
ve d, "ris Lononn, Aug 7 0. Three ot,
d since his last, tour persons had died at the M. federal epub Red. 77-3 per t. Cons. 76 -8.
rine Hospital, and that there then remained six L' oxnoNr, Aug 19.
n afflicted with that disease. Passengers ieer Columbia, from Amsterdam : Greece.-The following letter, which is from
at Eril :,e h, i oc. uired in the city. One John Solins, Esq. lady and family, of Philadel- a m t respectable source, con gains much
Sof the sick Thoms C. Hawley, from No. 11 phia,Rev Charles Nerinkz Rev Peter Veuleinan, valuable information on the state of affairs ilt
o. i' and eight Catholic Students from Flanders on 'Greece *
west side of James slip, died soon after his caS 'their way to the Catholic College, at George- ZAvTE, July 14.,
was reported. The. other cases are those of tow", D C; W P Hlai; of Baden, and several v tie Hermes. I give on an account of Mr.
Davide in the steerage. Green, the Eng.lii.h Cnnl, having been to
SDavd Col on Mr. C e lls, Front inte -eer1 e. Patras, the end of June, with fleet of men of
Street, and vso n:of Dr. 1,:l Ard %,, Cherry -T re steam-ship obert Fullon, Capt. Barnard war consisting of the Itr-oluti rarv. 44 guns
YStreet. took her departure on Saturd i rri i.u,o for Cambrai, 50 ;-'p'. 20; ,, hin-
! The members of the board of Health have Charleston and Savannah, with ..i., ,.,- I' ,.en- ticleer, 16. This squadron was .-, r uf.-. t
e dirmined to meet daily; and the Qararn ers. In the morning just previous to her sail-. "n, in consequence r t representation re-
e dirmined to meet daily; and ,e g, we saw eight or ten cart loads of specie outrages united by the Greek
r- regulations are to be extended to the first of going on board, and We understand that and lonians in Inian boats of P,:'"., b t It
n November. 200,000 dollars were shipped in her.- Y. had als another object-that ...
Gax. Greeks hat their proc edings were taken
6, The price of tuition in the Transylvania Uni- d notice ofr The Pacha had left Patras, with
versitis 50 olls tthe College ear in the I At the September session of the Supreme troops for Lall ; but thi f l. .1 p ,nrr,-.'.
, versity is 50 dollars tori the College year; in the o le R b 1 w dene t u e which was never before ..,' p I-
preparatory apsl'tment ~4 l. The medical jCourt of 11. Island, at Providerce, sixteen new re e wardanellesffLeant ,.' '
3- preparatory apartment F43. The medical petition for Divorce we.r presented- of which danellesoff Lepanto, Ia
r- lectures commence on the first Monday in No- ten were granted, one withdrawn, and five are Greek vessels at Galaxidi, where they found
- vember, and end the first week in March. Wm. still pending O the old dcket there were about80 ships in all, bit only th'ee ofz the,
s ix applications for Divorce, of which one was were armed. The i 'i'. Serzits, and
T. Barry Esq' has been appointed professor of, granted, two withdrawn, and three are still pen Ipsaro's, had abandoned their attack on PI'. r,
s law, and will enter on the discharge of his d- I ding. The recent petitions are nearly all w for Hydra, afteree 2 days spent in and had sailed n
d ties on the first Monday in October" Text men. ingo. Theya hd to odaysher vessels dimated
Books will be recited and Lectures delivered The Savannah ard of Health, u .date by the Turkish corvette and thre-. hril ,indler
d on the Common, Chil, and Statute Law. Be1 ofSept 20th, again recommends that it h. eP, r tiier. deiverisng the nt d rath
n sides the usual course of study, a Moot Court sent fellow-citizens should not return before [- f 1 .I. .. a'nd taoit after an)
will be attached to the School, to be held at the usual time, for although the city i:' jiutls absence of'six da,,s. Capt Peew fired a sa-
stated periods for th instruction of .u,.n considered as unusually e om disease, yet lute at P'atras, at the tequestof the Comman-
changes might occur which cannot be fore' dant, which was returned from the citadel.-
a. the practice oflaw. An Assembly ill 'I.eu seen," hereis danger of thi e sta
f be institutee, and the students instructed in Patras for some time, as Uustf Pacha, whoi
J the course of legislative business, agreeably to N'avy .Board.-We learn,thatCom. Bainbridge, had gone on an X. i -.',ii... so I .lia, harl re.
Sr:.irli.imeirai. usage and the established rules i Co n Tingey, Capt. Evans, and Chaplain Da- turned with all the .ll ,. i ir., l, in, families.
p, .,.- s a1' IP Adams, aire appointed Commissioners to The Lil... h, ,. been besieged very elscelr
s legislative bodies, examine Midshipmen .Iho .re cr.,,.; 1,.t, for by. abot 400 Moriots, and 200U men fI'o
p- promotion. The board v 11 c.,n.me,,ee iises- Cephalonia and Zante, with 6 pieces of cannon'
s The population of Kentucky is 564,317. Of sion in New York next Week.--Boston Ga. The Lalliots .ent to P ,r.,- f.. .. beg.
these, 434,644 are whites, 126,732 slaves, and zette of Thursday last. ging permission to crr e ... ,,, 1 :.-, oand
2,750 free persons of color. 132,162 persons destroy L ila, ais was dine in 1771 i Pacha
2,750 free persons of coulture 132,16779 in manufac. We have received Brussels papers to near went to them in person, with 120 --n. ., i,.
are engaged in agriculture, 11,779 in manufac- the end ofJuly. A paragraph under date of upon his arrival a battle -, i,., ,111. L.ir.1,
e tures and. 1,617 in commerce. The number of Berlia July 11, states that there has been lately attacking on one side, and the troops of.Patras
lawyers is not mentioned. There are 529 for.: a material reduction of thfe Prussian army. In on the other. The loans did some execution
eigners not naturaised, residing within the 1817, there were 82 generals, with a pay ot290 with thpir guns as the Pacha advanced, but he
eines n natural residing within the rix dollars per month ; 121 colonels.--pay 200 ch irce ] rI-.n t I,.-- f hs men ; and the
bounds of the state, rix dollars ; 247 lieut. colonels-pay 130 rix L.lI, i ...k the Moriots at i, same
The total of the population of the towns is dollars; 655 majors-pay 130 i.i dclhri : 1675 time, these last fled when they ha :.,r.i heir
40,007. The number of towns and borough is captains-pay 75 rix dollars ; 1375 lieutenants muskets, and left the l',iains to fight The
109 Of tese however, many that are enume. -pay 30 rix dollars; 3355 sub-li(-utenants-p-y consequence was a twi. ,i'verthrow of ihe
109 Of these however, many that are enume. 20 rix dollars--Making the whole number of Geeks and Ionians, :bboe 550 b in, pit to the
rated would, in other states, be accounted very officer, 7505, and their annual pay, 4 78 .780 sword, and 40 take, prisoners, who we e im-
trifling villages, if they were even supposed to rix dollars. The present number of officers is p led or hIne. d .d 'the field .f battle. The
,..be entitled to t!i- ..,--iL'..n Martinsburg in 6658, and the annual amount of their pay is rest fled, ....1 -a Z ane in a ntst dis.
Scout 4,436,000 rix dollars 1 ..., ,it i,, Addv. tress,'d condtiion--Thi Turks, returned to
Monrot county has orily eight inhabitants, Men. Patras, By the last ccouRts they had about
roe in Hart county has nine. Jacksontown in The number of English Baronets is 624. Of 6000 m,,i there. TI, r are distress ed for
Shelby county, is a place of more importance, these 11 have acquired their itles by i'ln,,.- cori, but had sent oF third of the troops to
Shelby county, isa place of more tic services-52 by naval-56 by milts,3 -- attackthe Bishop. The Pacha is a mai of un-
its population being a round dozen. The citi-" by civil-2 by legal-14 by medical--20 by ci, daunted courage, as well as his oflic '. The
zens of Hardinsville, Shelby, are 18 in number; vie-10 as courtiers-12 by marriage-and 392 Turks lost about 80 men at Lalla, chiefly killed
those of Pikesville, Monree, 20. Iheslervilte, chiefly on account of their wealth. Eighty hy the lonians. Not one fort or castle Ali the
the cp ital o Mon r 5 h alle three Baronets pretend to trace their paternal Morea has hitherto been ;aken biy the Gr.'eks,
the capital of Owen, has 25 inhabitants; and ancestry to the conquest, but it is probable tha ,lie ourks may be sar.
Liberty, the seat of justice for Casey county, ved out at Coron, Napoli de Malvoisln, aond Na,
has 23. There are twenty more towns which The following advertisement is literally co. varin, '%s they were at the last x-remity. I
have less than a hundred inhabitants each, and pied from a New Jersey paper : To be sold think, hiovev.r, they will bow up the castles,
on the 8th of July, one hundred and thirty one ani attempt to cut their way t- Patvas, or ('ri-
but 23 the -...f. ,, of which exceeds 500. Suits at la-w, thile property af an eminent attor polissa, rather I 'i Cipiulate, as I, well
Thie principal .I i,.-.e are Bardstown, in Nel* ney, about to retire from business. Note-the know the fate that w uld await them it so do.
son, the s.-at of the I iilh.ii. Diocesan, having ci clients are rich and obstinate." i ig.--At Hydra the Greeks- tually roasted the
titihabitats; Paris, h r 1*', George- Turks alive by a slow fire, fast cu"in otff ..heir
Lb48 inhabitants ;Paris,1 B us.b t,0;,.' OGeorge. !1., --a a ears and noses. This you may rely on a, tin
town, Scott, 1056 ayville, Maon, 1100; C'ios Frntispece.The coper-plate en- unoublted f ct, as well as I have related. The
.raving which faces tile title page of a small Tnurkish fleet thill was at Patras ctaMie to Z.W.!
Hlopkitsville, Christitn, 1135; Fraukfort, Frank- ,edition of( orllne Us Nep t osm- furk iisf Pt c
lin, the seat of1 ove.rnimet for the state, 1679; st'erdam, 1783, represents on one siile oIur Sa- na. Bey was it .. ., ',,, .i.1. i'i apilaro.
Russelville, Logan, 1712; Louisville, 4012; viour on the Cross; and on the other a fl.oure visit, I licul Iveatked thlydrio.
Lexington, 5 279. f thlle author from whose mouth a label appears tes at Lepanto, I thik he would he take
tLexgton, 5o9. ? issue forth, bearing the following inscrip them. Lp to I tlink would have taken
tion : "Lord Jesns loI-vest thou me ?" which, is tj-fmc.a f LiIhtning-ThinGaz'ttede"Fiaice
A few weeks ago,says the Democratic Press, answered by another label affixed to th. imu cutiEcts of Lflhtwing -The Gasette deFrance
"two laboring men on their way to work, near of the person addressed, with, "highly famed, effects flight ing on thei hmun istfae .f u-
orrisville, saw a large bundle in the road, excellent, nd most learned Rector Seger, rinug violent storm, which visited the neith.
rIn po-rial poet, and well deserving, master of the borhoid ,f the town of 6iberach, itt Prussia, on
which they took up and carried to one of their school ait Witteabergh ; yes, thou knowest that thie evening of Moi r,, tthe 16th July, four
houses. When theitformation was communi- I love thee !!!" yo peasn s, Ot agl the onla e
young peasants, eni.ag( d on n eminence i
cated to the gentleman for whom they worked, s..n.- i.- ,I ih mirs, had recourse to the
lie made them fetch the bundle to his house.- Latst f.'Ol fill e'-'.irhad ..t .r p.i.h, a hindle of clover over
It was a large MAail Bag, which, with its con- L their heads wim the ra pitfork, in ordh it eruc
tents, it is supposed, would have weighed a TROM OUn CORUESPONDENa the pitchfork, passed along he breast and sluu!-
hundred weight. It remained in the house Office of the IBaltimore Patrist,) ders of one of ihe young men, af'.rwards over
until the next day, when a neigh boring Post Sunday, Sept. 30-5 PM. S the lower part of the belly ,f the one who
ti te next day, when a neighboring Post Arrived, ship Chesapeake, Lane, (late Paw- stood next him, ran down his r;.:1. leg 'ill it
Master sent for it. If such carelessness be son) from Coquimbo and 74 da)s from Valpa reached his ioes, and there caused a burnn of
tolerated, all confidence will be lost in the | raiso, with copper and hides, to John Donnel. about the diameter of a twelve Kr.utzer
great public channels of conveyance. We" Sailed from Coquimbo 9th July, in co. with piece, without having left any trace ,f its
should be glad to hear of a change in the head ship Esther, Low, of Boston, having on board passage on the outside of his boots, which w,%'ie--
ould be glad to hear o a change in the e part of our t cargo. Left in port, the whaling carefully examined. The di.ectiin tal;iin by
f this department.' ships lhambler, Peruvian and Frances, bound the lightning was marled by a burnt hue bnth
i home. Left at Valparaiso 13th, ships Tea o i skin and onhiss do lies,. A:tho' tihb se two
The trappings of monarchy would support a Plant, Itobinson, of New York, arrived the 14th young men -.l :re tnuchi ijuired, hop-s were en.
republic."-'lThe London Examineir, calculates inst. with Mr Hogan and family on board; tersin d of saving their !ives. The two others
th sum total paid to a certain illustrious per. Ocean, Pinklam, (iof New York, schr Amanda, were not huirt. The most remarka',o circnm.
paid t.Gibb., of Baltimore, all bound to the northward stance in this even, i., that the Nyounig m,! whio
sonage, since lie came to years of discretion, Lt Oui the 16th, sailed brig Warrior, Nixon, of New suffered the mo-t, and who was a lit le deaf hus
five millions five hundred and fifteen thousand York for Coquimbo, on the same day arrived been perfectly restored to his sense of hearing
pounds, without reckoning interest. British frigate Owen Glendower, 10 days from since the accident.
Lima, bringing accounts that the armistice still The extraordinary and acc.mplishid Polish
'All the money, says thie same paper, paid by continued, and reports that it was impossible dwarf, Count Bouwlaski, is still living, and is
the United States of America to their chief for it to hold out a month after the recom- now in the 82d year of his ag;. He resides
magistrate, amounts in the same period to mencement of hosdiities--at,o states that an in a neat cottage near Dlurham, for which lie is
American ship from Philadelphia and an En-. indebted to the Prince Bishop of t'.. .. ,
about 140,000, glish vessel from Rio, both deeply laden with enjoys an annuity ofa' out 3001 a : .-, ,..I -
lour, had eluded the vigilance of the blockading frequently a promenader through the streets of
A country member of the legislature, wassquadron und 9got in. The United States frigate that city.
1 Colnstell,,tion, capt lRidg, ly, after having repair- .13IBAsno July 7,
asked by one of his constituents, why lie never ed the Chesa-. ,,,ti ,, saile ,. r,,,, r ;..... ii. ....- ;,,,,,.; ,.e -... .. .. '. '








On finther inquiry it has been founds that the
story of the pyaralylic woman, and of the two
deaf and dumb who had fancied themselves
cured by the Prince on the first day of his a -
rival, is very different from the reports tha'
have got into circulation.-Courier .Francais,

RUSSIAN FINANCE.
The following is given as a correct statement
of the finances of Russia, as they stood on the
1st of January, 1821.
Debts which bear interest.
Dutch guilders, 49,000,000 (debt in
' Holland) value itmpounds sterling,
about 14,000,000
Silver ronbles. 12,615,752, debt'in-
scribed in the great book, bearing
interest at 6 per cent 1,800,000
Silver roubles, 13,250,000, do do do
5 pe tcent 1,650,000
Paper roaniles, 286,624,121, do do 6
per cent 12,000,000
.Debts of fie. Emnpire whtch bears no
-. T .'*'*7 ... -t SIauk .Aotes.
.let i.,.Ul -., ,.i. 6 ,,1 ". 0,value in
pounds sterling about 27,000,000
Tptal, 146,450,000
Against which the Government Banks pos-
sess a capital of 35,799,531 .roubles.
And 60,000,000 roubles of the revenue of
the Empire are anhtially fixed for the payment
of the interest of the national debt, for that of
the sinking fund, and for the purpose of di.-
minishing the bank notes or government paper
currency.
The sinking fund'has already a surplus capi-
tal of 15,000,000 roubles, Wvhich at six per cent
Interest, .gives annually 900,000 roubles, and
it will have to purchase, in the course of the
year, nine miil ons of the national debt which
bears interest.

Comni ence ient.


sntssioners 0o the- sinukig iusnd., UatedU e eb. act t resfioe -- county1l -A ,/ ampson
r.no3r TrE N.W YORK -COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. in this year. The time is to be understood to credit ...
The Anniversary commencement of the Col- as on the first of January in each year sta- 1. Be it enacted &c. That -- of
lege of New Jersey was celebrated at Prince- ted.] said count, is hereby restored to credit and to
to ott the 26th inst. when the following young The debt on the 1st of Jan. 1821, appears every previlege and immunity as a citizen of
r. n ... ,,. .mi of the college, were admit- to have consisted of- this sta'e, sa fi,l| .,." ,imply as tho' lie had ne-
,.. e .J,=r.:e ofBachelor of Arts, viz : Def:rred stock 2,057.813 49 ver been c-rnt,c,..-l .1 dluded (,guilty) of
Alexander Aikman, George A. Barnitz, Wil- Three per cent. stock 13,295,946 44 thecrime *f perjury.. T3( ,k, ,.1.-,; from the
liamT M. Bayard, William S. Bowen, Win. B.' Exchanged six per cent. do 2,668,974 99 ratification of this act."
Civnier, Silas C. Butler, J.lames I. S. Donnell, Six per cent. do. of 1796, 80,000 00
David Evins, John C. Fanning,Richard S.Field, Ditto 1812, 6,187,006 84 FPOMO ,ui cOiuREsPIoNiENsT
Robert S. FinleyiAndrew C. Gray, Robert P. Ditto 1813, 2. t',3 84 Office of the .Mercantize Advertiser.
A. lUaiskeit, Peter S. Henry, Ephraim S. Hop. Di to 1814, 1 :.,)I 1,4 .7 63 NEW YOnK, Sept 30. 5
ping, David Jenkins, Thomas L. Tones, William Ditto 1815, 9,490,099 10 Price of Stocks on .S,, ,,.... U. S. Six Per
Q. Brebs, David 0. La Rue, William B. Mac- Treasury note six per cent.stock 1,458,473 50 Cents, of 1812, 107 asked, 1dQ offered ; 1813
lea", .lames Nichol, Thomas A. Ogden, Chris- Ditto seven do 8,605,116 27 1081 asked. 108 offered; 1814, 111 ; 1815,
topbler S. Patterson, Win. Ramsey, John G. Five per cent. stock-subscription 112 asked, 111 offered. Five Per Cents, 109 ;
1Rannells, Wm. Rannells, John D. Read, Wm.. to, Bank United States, 7,000,000 00 Sevens, 111 ; Threes, 80 asked, 797-8 offered.
S. Ross, Wm. Schley, Wm. W. Scudder, Mo. Six per cent. of 1820, 2,000,000 00 Bank U. States, 110-, sales. Bills on London,
ses C Searle, Win. Seymour. George A. Smith, Five per cent of do. 990,999 13 109 a 109A.
Alfred A. Rowers, James H. Stuart, John W S.
Wager, John W. Ward, Robert L Weakley, 89,214,236 23 THE REAPERS' SONG.
Henry P. C. Wilson, Elisha T. Young. Addresidue ofthe Louisianadebt, Ye verdant hills, ye .. .... fields,
The following gentlemen, alumni of the col- which was payable on the 21st Thou earth, whose breast spontaneously yields
lege, were admitted to the second degree of Oct. 1820, and not paid 1st To man a tori supply ;
Arts, viz : Jan. 1821, 2,216,408 78 Echo, whose mimic notes prolong
Charles Hodge, Lambert Sythoff, John R. The melting strain and bear along,
Brown, Henry D. lPlhemus, Wmin. Pierson, 991,43.'.645 01 Oier distant glales and caves antaong,
Albert Pierson, George, M. Stroud, Joseph M'- There may have been sonie balances in Tihe ountaiii shliepherd's arties, song
llvaine. the treasury to the credit of the commission- t sling o the ky.
The following gentlerten were admitted ad ers of the sinking fund, to reduce the latter Attend the Reapers'jo' ful lays,
eundem, viz amount made up-we shall see how it was in And beart the tribute of their praise
James Lenox, A. M. of Columbia College. the next treasury report. 'Ve have since To nature's bounitous King;
of the last ,ohe voice, l sndig m the pole,
Dr. James M. Stoughton, A. M. of the Uni- borrowed 5,000,000 underthe act of theast hoeis oft is e d to olel,
versity of Pennsylvania. session of congress, and it is probable that When inurrimuringalongit stole
Henry M. Mason, A. M. do do there has been some small reimbursement of Ti,. .1,i,, .. ; .., wing.
Rufus Woodward, A M. of Yale College. the deferred stocks-but the aggregate With be,,,l the heart. t ., h,.
William Turner, A. B. do do amount of the debt, we should suppose, can- ar .....;... t.. h. ....I c,
The ihonorary degree of A. M. was conferred not be. less than 94,500,000, as estimated, I ... ., ..... ..1'
Con Win. W Bauvell, an alumnus of Queen's besides, perhaps, considerable arrearages as In vain, ye s* ... I 1,, .... ur care,

'he honorary degree of A. B. was confer- to the disbursement of ordinary expendi- Hald not He ..' Ii., .i.e .spat'
red on Charles A. Alexander, and John Van tures. al and comparat view,. A e the sun, the rai, the ,
Meter.Their gracious influence shed-
SThe degree of Doctor of Divinity, was coln- TIhe steady decline of the amount-of the iergao lece sed.
ferr-d on, he BRev. Greville Ewing, of Glasgow, public debt, from the year 1801 to 1812, in- He bade the soft refrcslhing gnie,
in Scotland, and on the Rev. Amzi Armstrong, elusive, held out the prospect of its early ex- Blow gReitly down thile teeming vale,
of New Jersey. tinguishment. In these twelve years it was Nor hurt the peeping grain
The degree of Doctor of Laws, was confer actually reduced in the sum of thirty-seven o im he air began to rise, ;
red ol Ja'ed Ingersol, Elsq. of Philadelphia. millions, though fifteen millions had been ft frm the c ,. ..,.
added in consequence of the purchase of lie sent, in m .. j, ',.:. ,
Strange and extraordinary Animals of Louisiana in 1804-shewing an aggregate Early and latter rain.
North America. redemption of debt of fifty-two millions, and Ad now His d ath cron'or til
leaving the amount only at forty-live mil-
D. B. Warden, Esq of Paris, has written lions; then came on the war, by which the We joy like those that share the spoil,
lions1; twite camh o ) th by vhic the The lhairvest Ihome to lhear!
that Dr. Mitchell's description of the thirteen debt was raised to 13 millions in 1816, With shouts the anghing lstures ring,
striped or FrOE RATION SQUIRREL of the Prai- though vast sums had been disbursed on ac- With gisateful hlenrts, yee,.I pc ;
rie des Chiens, sent him by Governor Cass, count of it that did ot enter the treasury The praise of Heaven's Vi,-. i ....
of Michigan, has been republished from the books as items of the public debt, in the Through whose paternal care we bring
Medical Repository,in the Encyclopedia Re- common use of the term and as it is used in The produce of the year.
view. The animal is supremely elegant; and the present case. A review of the state of -
really seems to have been intended a type of the finances for the five years preceding the .LIRIED,
our Union. Mr. Milbert has made a draw- war, and in the five last (including the pre- On Thursday evening, the 20th inst. by the
isrg ofuhin for the board oflearded men that sent to 31st Dec.) will afford much matter Rev. Mr. Raslinig Mr. Vecx H. 8. Domsa,
surround the king's mseum at Paris. Mr.. for reflection. to Miss ANI Ronim rsoN. all of the Northern
Nuttal will give his history and manners Revenue. Revenue. Liberties.
in cathe travels he is now preparing for publi- 1808 17,060,661 1817 32,896,623 On the 20th inst. at Friends' Meeding House,
But Majo r eafied- made a further 1809 7,773,473 1818 21,060,171 at Medford, Wm. Hilyard, of Woodburv Hills,
ut Major Delafeld has Zoologyade a further 1810 9,384,214 1819 23,925 356 Northampton, to Ann IReve, daugllhter of W .
and admirableadditioi to Zoology. This is 1811 14,423,529 1820 20,249,637 Reve, Esq. of Evesham, all of Barlington Coun-
n.t"'i,i I m i* Proteus,a well known 1812 9,801,132 1821 (estimated) 16,550,000 ty, New Jersey.
inhaoit-ant of the middle lakes. The only ----- ------ a BB
animal of this genus hitherto known, is the F58,443,009 F114 681,787 DIED,
very singular inhabitant of the subterranean On Friday evening in the 43d year of his
waters of Carniola in Austria, described by in 1808 the public debt amounted age, Mr. GiEotG H tELBOLD, editor of the In-
Laurenti and Schreibers; and of which a to 64,742,326 dependent Balance.
specimen from the cabinet of the Emperor 1812 45,035,123 Saturday morning, Mrs. AarsAe KENSELr,
Francis at Vienna, was placed in Doctor ----- consort ofJiuo. Kensel, Sen., in the 56th year of
Mitchell's Muse-uin by Baron Von Leder.- Reduced S19,707,203 her age.
this extraordinary creature is reputed to pos- Which.is nearly equal to onE *mniiti of the On the 26th inst. WxI~LtAiM DaniA, formerly
sess a double set of respiratory organs-that hole amount of the mnioet received at the treasi of England, at his farm, Lower Dublin Town-
is, gills external on each side of the neck,and ry. ship, Philadelphia Counly, in his 74th year.
lungs internally within the thorax. The In 1817 the public debt was 115,807,805 O(In the 16th inst. after a short illness, in the
particulars are detailed with anatomical pre- 1821 (Dec. 30) it will be about 94,500,000 16th year of his age, SAlItm. P. l&TNE, son of
cision and minuteness in the Italian treatise --- -- te late Robert Bayne, Coachmaker, of this
of professor Configliacchi at Pavia, and in Reduced S21,307,805 city.
the French publication on the animal kin- Or, equal to between a FIrFTr anld a SIXT On Wednesday afternoon, the 26th instant,
doim (vol. 2, p. 102,) by the Chevalier Cu- part oonly of lhe a mount paid into the lreaswry/. Wi I.Lt IM A nIt, son of Mr. Frandis Birch, in
rier, of Paris. But seven millions were added to the debt, the 14th year of his ago.
Mr. Delafield's reptile is about a foot long as subscription to the stock of the bank of At Montgomery Square, Montgomery Cottn-
being one of the smallest individuals of his S'ie United States. ty, on the morning of the 27th inst. on the atrm
species, chosen for the ease of transportation. I The reduction caused by the receipt of 8 t of her father, Mr. Peter Wager, Merchant, of
The full grown ones are two feet long, and millions is then 8,600,000 less than the tiis city, ELIZAsETmi S. WAGzt, in the their.
excepting their four legs, are snapped some- amount of such reduction when the receipts teen:ih year of her age, after a long and.pain-
what like an eel. The skin is smooth and were 115 millions: making a difference, in esin his ftr at Irermn
spotted. here are four claws to both the the cost ofmo sernieitt, in the five years, in town, onMondy,e the 24th inst.fter ma n short
fore and hind feet. This creature has been the enormous sumn of fifty millions, or no but painful illness of only two days, THOtAS H.
caught by the hook, as fish are. Measures less than ten millions of dollars a year! It GuiuAAi, oldest child of Peter H. Graham, of
have been taken for a dissection of this novel must be admitted, that we were as well go- this city, merchant, at the age of 7 years and
production of nature-and the scientific taste erned in 180.8, &e. as we have been in 1817, 5 months
and public spirit of the discoverer, incline &c. yet the amount received at the treasury At Louisville, Kentucky, on the 8th instant
hIim to make the most of it, for the advance- in the latter period was twice ars much as that HENrIETTA W wife of Captain Joseph 11. Ash.
ment of knowledge. in the former, and still the debt was reduced bridge, formerly of this city.
only as 2S 1-2 is to 19 1-2. It is true, our At Baltimore, Thursday morning, Mr. Wra.
Direction of Letters. population has considerably increased and Diffenderfter,aged 33 years
our wants have also grown proportionally,- Oa thi- 21st August, off Pensacola, in the
-the interest on the national debt is likewise U ited States schr Hornet, Lieut. Joseph Cas
A letter addressed to an eminent character, two and an half millions more than it amount- sin, of the U S Navy.
requires little more than his ,am,'e or Ihis office. ed to in 1813; but these items '-;.'in deduct- At Pittsburg, Pa. 24111 ult. Rev. JOHN Wans-
'1 i, following is from MAis Seward's life of ed or liberally allowed for, it *ill be seen SltALL, aced 59, a gentleman well known and
t.irwinu-p. 110: "In allusion to his (almost) that the rightful, regular expenses of govern- much respected in Philadelphia; Miss Susan
p r'etual trtvelling, a gentleman huimo'rosly emcnt have been doubled or trebled since the M'Cullough, daughter of the late William
dh'ected a letter thus. 'Dr.Darwin,iTIP-'heb. M ,otlb.e
N'e ewoto uttepertod first uanged, which was the golets ul( ."
an. WhR .. enrleworote "toD.Inh iA rLI l: t the was he olan At St, Louia, 29th Aug. Dryden Forward,
compiisenting him on having united philoso ,Esq. late of Pittbur.
phy to modern science, Ie directed hsis letter opoitae employtnent, ain money was Ate Yrk Ms Reug. n Folger, ged64.
thuso 'Drt FOANICLINce., dec'Ad sid let plenty '1i ..... we had but few banks-theln At New Yrk, Mr. Reuben Folger, aged 64.
B. said e ad h ea th At Nantucket, on the 20th alt. Miss Maria
felt inclined to make a still more flatterng ssu- banks were honest, and the idea that one years, the only daughter of
perscription- Dr. FAIS.KLIN, the world' His u'ould falH was hardly entertained, though a Mrs, Susan Folger. only ugiter o
letter reached the sage who first disarmed tle had happened to the cast- I East Firida, 10thult Hon Thomas Fitch,
lightning of his fatal power, for the answer to ward-then bankrupts did notride in coaches late ofMassach,,isd. ..t.. o,, Th;45.
it arrived and was shown in the .Darwinian and live in palaces as they do now, and it In Gi'.. ', Warien county, (N. Y.) on the
circles, in which had been questioned the was fashionable, at least, to preserve the ap- 14. inst. of a lingering consumption, Oliver
likelihood of Dr. Franklin ever receiving pearance of honesty-then public otlieers fLyon, l letter of such general superscription as thie were not almost the only persons tha' Lved Norhein Budget, Troy, in the 39th year of his
whole WEestern Empire. Its safe arrival wa. at their ease and prospered on their danies, g-
among the triumphs of genius combined with &c0. I. New Orleans, Mr. Henry Foster, merchant,
exertion-'They make the world their country.' By the payment of 58 millions in fire years of the firm of J.Brandt & Co, of that city,


Public debt of the U. Statess' preceding the war, the people reduced the
amount of the debt nearly r, r v r.iir 1 .
FROiM NTLS' WEELVY REGISTER.. By the payment of 115 m ', .r..._. i,.
The following is a summary view of the war, they ave reduced, them a little more
progress and present state of the public debt they aid tllio ns, though h i the .-year 18s of
of the United States.- t p o _1i the -1,-. 1''-sum 'of
Yeas. --- Principal 47,667,985 d,'..,.' ,.r .,aes on imports, &c.

In 1791 P75,169,974 21 the surplus of which, in part, ivwent to the
1792 76,373,767 16 credit of redemption of stock for 1817: and
1793 77,587',9W7 93 the value of the imports, in thot f-it'l '"ir.
1794 75,996,170 56 must have amounted to abour )I ,i ,
1795 78,!49,937 83 .dollars. It was i I.,:d i.,'t. in that year,
1796 8,642,272 96 as great an amount of value in ood. was re-
1797 80,934,023 54 ceived at the single port oh N.. Vork, as
1798 738494.165 75 the exports of the whole United States pro-
1799 77,i99909 3.5 duced.
1800 81,633,325 74 The prodid..,1;t ,.f i. ,r,irr,.',t (in which
1801 82,000,167 36 I especially in. .i,- l., th ,l. ,.h.I.igs of con-
1802 78,754,568 70 gress) when thus viewed, is really astonish .
1803- 74,731,922 85 ing.
1804 85,353.643 22 .
1805 80,534,058 65 .
1806 74,542,957 62 Majesty of ./1i.l1HI,
1807 67,731,645 62
1808. 4742 326266 rRoiu THE PaENNsYLVvA ti INTELr.erIaEn.
1809 56,732,379 81 LegislaturesfrequenAly exe cise great autho.
1810 .53,166.532 64 rity, ia every state, with respect to individual
1811 47,855,070 50 rights Does a man grow tired of his proper
1812 45,035,123 70 name, derived to him by hereditary lineage, he
1813 55907,452 23 applies to the legislature, and they fit him wi:h
1814 80,986,291 65 just such another-a he desires, Does another
1815 99;824,410 70 become weary of Iis wife, or a wift of her hus.
1816 123,016,375 09 band, they apply to the legislature, who think,
1817 115,807 805 48. nothing ofe ttingthe knot w'lici'decreedr thai
1818 99,107,346 95 the twain should be one flesh," and away
2819 92,64.8,177 35 they scamper, in different directions, like a pair
1820 88.899,333 57 of steers rsleascd from the yoke. These things
1821 89,214,236 23 are often done in Pennsylvania-but in N, rth-
1822 estimatedd) 94,50.10.0 00 Caroltina, it seems, they evengo a step further,
[The preceding items, until the year 1816 and restore to credit, those who have suffered
inclusive, are taken from Seyber't's Statistics such a forfeiture. The following act of he le.
-those for the years 1817, 1818, 1819 and gislatiire of that state, was copied and handed
1820, from the several treasury reports,- and that for 1821 from the report of the con- ; legislation :
C 11_ J'fl' l0 f I, Jl -i --


of Government and Discipline, as amended and
ratified by the General Assemblyeat their ses-
sion in May 1821. Prices 51 25 antd 1. -
I This edition as amended, was printed under
the inspection of the Rev. Doctors Neill, Jane-
Sway, and Ely, a committee appointed by the
General Assembly for th At purpose
I. liberal discount made to country merchants.
A, F. has also published,
Remarks on the liiternal Evidence for the
Truth of Revealed Religion. By T. Erskine of
Edinburgh. Price 50 cents.
sept 28-d6t&cp6t


Silk, Cotton H Woollen Dyer.


S. rWILLIJAIMS(O,
No. 38, North Eighth Street, Philadelphia,
P ESPECTFULLY informs the Dry Good
Merchants, that he still continues the.
above business of Dying French and Canton
Crapes, Levantines, Mantuas and Florence
Silks, Satins, Velvets, Gauzes, Sewing Silks,
Ribands, &c. and restores Silks to their original
colours--Bompbagetts, Bombazeens, Poplins,
Broadcloths, Cassimeres,Waterloo Shawls Dyed,
Pressed or .Sponged, and every article of
Clothing.
S. W. flatters himself, from the long experi-
ence in the above business, all those who may
favor him with their orders he hopes he will bu
able to give general satisfaction.
N. B. An Apprentice wanted to the above
business. Good recommendations will be re-
quired and respectable connections.
aug 9-d&cp2aw3m

DIRA ING ACADEMY.

A- ID S (E,,V.-M
I' ESP ECTFULLY informs the parents, guar.
6t dians and friends of his pupils, as also the
public general, that at an examination of the
produce ,ns and progress ot'f his pupils, which
has taken phtce, by Mssr's.Wm. Strickland and
lames Thackara, that they have awarded pre-
,niums to six young ladies and three young
gentlemen ; the whole of the drawings will be
exhibited gratis for two weeks, commencing
the first of Oc:ober, at the Drawing Academy,
No. 145 Pine street, where all the lovers of the
fine arts are respectfully invited to call from 9
to 1 and from 2 to 5 o'clock each day, Sundays
excepted oct 1-dit


FOREIGN
BRISTLES, R. 1st sort
Do. do. 2d do.
COAL, Liverpool
COCOA, Carraccas
COFFEE, W. 1. finegr.
Do 2d quality
Do 3d do
COT. YARN, No. 10
HOPS, 1st and 2d sort
IRON, Russia bar
Do Swedish do
Do English do
LEAD, pig
MOLASSES, W. India
MUSTARD, in bott's.
NAILS, wrought iron
PLASTER of PARIS
PAINTS, R. Lead, dry
Do. white do. do
Do do. do. in oil
Do Span. Brown dry,
Do do do in oil
Do Ochre yel. dry
Do do do in oil,
RAISINS, Malaga
RAGS, foreign
SALT, Liverpool, fine
Do Turk's Island
SPIRITS, Jam. 4th pr.
Do W India, 2d & 3d.
Do Brandy, Cog.4th do
Do Gin, Holl. 1st pr.
STEEL, Ger. Halbach
Do English, Crowley
Do do blistered
Do Swedish
Do Triste
SUGAR, hus. prime
Do do 2d & 3d qual.
Do Havy. wh. prim
Do do 2d & 3d qual.
Do Candy, China
TEAS, Hlyson
Do Young Hyson
Do Hyson Skin
Do Souchong
TOBACCO, Spa. If. pr.
Do do 2d & 3d equal.
IDo St. Domingo leaf
Do Natchit. Carrott
WNIxS, Mad. L. P. old
D). Tcneriffe, L. P.
Do. Lisbon
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55
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ir. Clr.i,-l.:.on, Mrs, Elizabeth Cambricge, 61. ...
At iliilsborough (Ohio) Cspt. Carry A. [ Uiiti. tll iif J'Pi'tl .f- i'rrn'ut.,
Trinimble, Postmas er of that pISac". owAN SAT. RoR.
At West lHaven (V.) Gen-. oIhn Culler, 70.
At New York, Jacob Halsey, 55 ; Mrs. Mary DOMESTIC- OODS.
Brower, 67 t articles. P"er Ct(. 8 Cot
At Na ez, Dr. E. H. Bell, of theU. S. ar- ASHES, Pot, ton 110 -
my. Do. pearl, 120 130 -
At Shepherdstown, (Va.) Samuel Bell, prin- BACON and FLITCH,. l 6 "- 8
ter. BEANS, us]h 75 1
A' Fredericktown, Md. Henry Fanst, printer. BEEF, Philad. Mess, bblI 11 12 -
At the Post of Arkansas; on the 21st ult, al- 'Do. Cargo & Prime, 8 10 -
ter a short illness, of the biliouo fever, Wim.M. BUTTER, lump, lb 121 15
O'Har.,, Esq. of this place, in the 33d year .of Do. salted, insp. -- 11 12
his age.-l.s Gaz. CHF-IESI.;, Coim 5 6
On the 20th inst. at White ltaven Farm, on COAL, Virginia, bush 30 35
the Graves, near is place, Mr. John Cromowel COTTON, Louisiana, lb 18 20
a native Maryland. DI)o. Ten.& Geo. 16 17
COTTON e, OO)S, viz
Realth ti il i'*, Shiirtings, white yard 16 --' 22
September 29, 1821. Do brown. -- 12 16
Interments in the City and Liberties of Phila- Checks, 3.4 16 20
d.<11.l;.,, r'-,., ih, :, o-, .h. '.- h ,, tt. Do.7-8 -- 17 -- 22
). Do4-4 20 24
S A Stripes 16 20
DrsEAsEs. e. E DIsAsEs. t'laids 17 2'
S Il edtick 25 38
Chambray 14 '18
Asthma 1 0 Brought over, 10 16 I FEALThES, (Amer.) b 40 45
Abscess 0 1 Fever, Remittent I I1 LOUIE, wh. P. S. P. bbl 5 45 5- 50
Apoplexy 1 0 Bilious 2 1 Do. rye, 2 87
Cholera Infantile 0 7 Typhus 3 0 lio. corn meal, 3
Consumption of 5 1 Scarlet 0 I1 D,,. do. hhd 14 -
th ln< 6T...,..P;,,. .-..ugh 0 1 FURS, beaver, N, b 3 75 4
S.. .., il ,,r, ..,, of'Q0 1 Do. do. S.&W. 2 2 25
joint 0 Ihe .owels 3 Do. bear, skin 1 -- 3
Diarrhea 0 1 Mania-a-Potu 2 0 Do. fox, gray, 20 25
Dropsy 2 0 Scrofula 0 1 Do. do. red, 1 1 25
in the brain 0 1 Still-born 0 2 Do. mink, 15 25
Dysentery 1 1 Sudden 1 0 Do. muskrat, 15 -- 377
Debility 0 2 Sufflcation 1 0, Do. otter, 2 50 3 -
Effusion 0 1 Do. raccoon, 40 50
Total, 44--20 24 GRAIN, wheat, i ,-I, 1 1 05
Carried over, 10 16 Do. rive 50 -
Of the foregoing there were f- Do. corn Penn. 56 60
Under 1 year 8 From 50 to 60 4 Do. do. southern 50 54
From i1 to 2 8 60 to 70 2 Do. oats, I 25 30
2 to 5 3 70 to 80 0 GUNPOWDER, Am. 21b 5 5 75
5 to 10 2 80 to 90 1. HAMS,Jersey&others lb 10 .- 12
10 to 20 3 90 to 100 0: IiON, in bars ton I:0 -
20 to 30 4 "- Do Sheet 195 200 -
30 to 40 6 Total, 44 Do Hoop, large 128 30
40 to 50 3 Do do small 140 -
Of the above number, 6 were- from the Alms LARD, Penn. lb 11
House, and 9 p.-ople of colour are included in LEATHER, ; house, 24 28
the total amount. Do. oal, other -- 24 30
By order of the Board, Do. upper, dressed, side 2 75 3 50
JOSEPH PRYOR, Clerk. L.UMBER, viz. p. ft. 1o00
Boards, v.pinel a 2 in. 12 -- 14 -
STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. Do. do. heart, 1 in. 25 -- 30 -
WITHIN noolns. Dodo.w. p. pannel, 25 30
1821. 9 o'clock. 12 o'clock. 3 o'clock Do. do. common, 17 50 22 50
Sept. 24, 66 68 71 Scantling, pine, 15 20 -
25, 70 72 71 1)o. heart pine, 25 30 -
26, 65 65 64 Do sap 14 -
27, 62 60- 64 Lath, oak 7 9
28, 60 64 67 Our, rafters 20 25 -
29, 61 64 68 Timber, pine 25 -
Do inch spruce 12 20
New Printing Office. Do oak e2
ew rin ng O e. Shingles, cedar, 3 feet 15 17
Do cypress, 22 in 4 4 25
JAMES G. WJ TTS Co. States, pipe, wo 1200 50 -- 62
nDo bhd do 28 35
Have added to the establishmentoftheUnion, Do do red oak 18 20
': E. corner of Second and Waltnut-sts. Shooks, white oak each 2 25 ,
A NEW AND VERY COMPLETE Staves, bbl w. oak 1200 16 24
-Heading, oak 38 55
Job Printing Office oops, shaved 30 32 -
5 M 0 LMOI.ASSES, S 1- gal 34 33
Where they are prepared to execute orders for NAVAL STORES, viz
BANK CHECKS, POLICIES OF INSUR 2ar bbl 2 -
LAW BLANKS. ANcE, Pitch 2 25 2 50
COMMERCIAL BLANKS, CATALOGUES, osin 2 2 25
PRICES CURRENT, MILITARY NOTICES, Turpentine 2 2 25
CIRCULAR LETTERS, LOTTERY TICKETS, Varnish, bright gal 28 30
BI.LS OF LADING, LOTTERY BILLS, DO black 28 3s
CARDS, HAND BILLS, : Spirits Turpentine 35 -
SPORK. Jer. & Pa. mess bbl 12 -- 13 --
And every other description of Do do do cargo 9 10
SRAGS,Domestick lb -- 3 6
i//et dj i/h' flf RICE, New Crop cwt 3. 50 3 75
/ F SPIIITS, viz.
IN A NEWV AND BEAUTIFUL STYLE. B- randy, pch Ac. 4 pr gal 80 90
They respectfully request the friends of the Do do Pa. I pr 65 75
establishment, and the public, to favor them Gin, Phil. distil, do 41 45
with a share of patronage, which they will Do Country do do 31 38
endeavor to merit by a constant personal at- Rum, New England do 35 37
tention to their business. Wlhiskey, Rye do 29 -- 31
Their arrangements are shell as to enable Do Apple do 33 -
them to execute all orders with punctuality. STEEL, Country lb 7 -
Orders from the Country promptly attend SUGAR, NSOr. prime cwt 11 12'
ed to june 29. Do Loaf lb 18 20
Do Lump 16 17
TOBACCO, Jas. River 6A 10
Fresbyte-ian Conlfession of Do N. Car 4. 6
S/ Do Kentucky 5 8
Faith. WAX, Bee's, yellow 36
k WIT A Do do white 55 60
-0I 1 a WOOL, Merino 75
,. E. corner of Ckesnut and Fourth streets, Do do in grease 40
H AS recently published, The Constitution Do 7-8 clean 60
H of the Presbyterian Church in the United Do do in grease 35.
States of America;" containing the Confession Do 3-4, clean 40
of Faith, the Catechisms, and tilhe Directory for Do do in grease 35
the Worship of God; together with the Plan Do common 50








soenes. An holiest Persian was a7lo a Mnmark- upon his regiment, opened 'I cormnirIcat'n T'arq of this rising star, will no doubt, bl readt mroX A IATE iTroiSa nsX.
nC day later from A o able figure, fiom the dogtiged and imperturalble with the oWiicer of the Lif- Guard!-n < he nb with ih.r st by ihe numerous admirers ofyour The last nvw of foreign messinns, contained
-- gravity with which hlie 1,.ked in lbe whnl, ject, and it was f nd th.at the obT:oxios mat- ex-.lent .Jourenil. in letters "f 1320 and 1821 from the bishops
TsM THEs YORK DAILX ADVETISEB, sEPt 27. seen,- hoithot ever moving a limb or muscle ter waS suffeiedtorewit on the walls fo solme e .TFri'nchl Emperor, Napoleon-was mir- and apns',olic Misiowiarivs ofChina and Cochin
The ship James Cropper, captain Bowne,.ar- during thc space of four hours. Like Sir wil. time after it was seen by the n,.,..,:. ,,T,,.... l riedtn t.he Arch Duchess Maria Louisa ot Aus. China, give interesting details.on the progress
rived laste vening from Liverpool. By this ves- ford Witwoud, I cannot find that your Persian officers. Sir Robert Hill w.nt to the Horse tria,the 11th of March, 1810, imVienna,by proxy, of Christanty in that quarter of the world ,
sel the editors of the New York Daily Adverti.- is orthodox ; for ifhe scorned every thing else, <-..-1J,=, ,** .:.,. i1l hie non-commissioned and personally on the 1st April of the same The fire of persecution lighted in China for
ser have received London papers to the 19th, there was a Mahofi tan Paradise extended on he,_- ,.. ,.- ,,.I mop, and wipe out year in Pais. The subject of this aaticle was more than fourteen years against the Christian
and Lloyd's Lists and Shipping Lists to the 18th his right hand along the seats which were oc. the attack upon the regiment which he had the born March 20, 1811, and named by his fi ter, tr igion appears s abou to I,,.. e, of August, one day later than those received at eupied-by the Peeresses and their daughters, honor to command. -The Blues relieve the Life Napoleon, and afterwards, Fracis Chal le,. 1< still raged in all its torce in I I.:.- ,. I r i I.- mar-
Eos:,n oy the ship Herald. We are indebted which the Prophet himself might have looked Guardi to .lay. s -p si in comnplinent to his grandfather ard uncle tyrdom of M. Duffresse, bishop of Tabraca,
for i.ese papers to the politeness of captain on with emotion. I have seldom seen so many Female Cricketers -A fw day since, a Crick-. on his mother's side, and uncle on his father s apostle vicar o.f Sutbuen. The death .of the
Bowne,ftor which he will please to accept, our elegant and beautiful girls as sat mingled c1 ,. ,:h, ..fa nov,.l nature, was played on La- side. He was deprived of his title f Kint lng of i great Mandarin,,who ordered him to be exec:ut-
thanks among the noble rmatronage of the land ; andI .. litel, ,n Sussex The competitors were Home, and declared Duke of Reichstadt on the ed, and died himself miserably some time after.
The London Observer of the'19th of .August the waving plumage of feathers, which made selected from the dames aid lasses of the 22d July, 1818 Reitchstadt is in Bohemia. He wards, ;-,,;.. omrnitted suicde lile ,-& =,m tol
is dressed in .mout'ning, and contains a full ac- the universal head-dress, had the most appro, n ;r. ,L.-,il......., who came on the gratound, pre- has a castle and good estate, which, is at nurse appear I. i,. the tribunal tfthe t mp. .r, '... ,.
count of the atrocities that took place during private effect in setting off their charms. .ir;.l-,l hr, i ', and most-neatly attired in during his minority. : not sufficient todisarrfim the hand .I h,., .-': u-
the .-i-.n% fne l pr, r. "The Observer TThe D uke of Sussex lately stood God-father u.;,,- r*.:, ,.hes:-.. -.1: .1 .1 .,1 iI,.-,r ,i.- The Ex.Emnprers was declared Dutchess of tors. Towards the end of 1818, the Ine .-i .,
sayv-, **'.l- i1 ,1 tiieir v'lf..: ',, lt strike every at the christening of a son of Mr. Brahamn tn h.:.l *:. .b I *- .l. -. -i I. i. 1 ***,- Parinma in 1814t palace at Pekind was involved on a ul.len in
mnidnl ri, ilhe .cei, i.,,:.1 .di. i. ... of the people singer The .lJohn Butill newspaper handles hi,. in... 1 .. --., I .. ,.I the In addition to these particulars, I'should add the thicklestdarknss, which lasted 2.1 hours.
for their injured and broken-hearted queen royal highness severely for thus degrading the game. was so .1I p.. i '. ..I forth bursts an anecdote whieh cannot be uninteresting In it resembled the darkness -with whialh Le v"pt
Every Englishman will feel proud that he be- royal character of.,, < e.l,-,, ,,.... several times. At seven'o'clock November 1819, the Emperor gave a grandws visited. N- ,,i ... ,a.as able toover-
.ogs to a nation sofirmly and so sincerely con- PROCLAMATION. the ,r.,- .. 1.. i. .... .. ,".t.. retired and chase at Ichoshoff, a magnificent sporting do- cme it ; the .1 ... i. i..- p ,ba.
stant in its honest attachments." "The events nSoldiers.-No 1 shall sully that honorable ;,i .. .I '- a nd c. 1l...... r..:, I .- hv ,...r.,. | :in about 40 English miles east of Vienna, on effect were as vain as its cause. i.. .. ,hie,
will become part of history, and the disgust of and sacred name by applying it to beings like The -,..-,i .' the game. was as follow -l-... the left bank of.the Danube. The Nobles of.Jhe The most able magicians were consulted,; tilhe
he future chronicler will be checked only by you. Ye herd ofdastardly and cruelmen,your first innings. 47 ; second dito. 62-109. Pinks Court and all the Foreign Ambasadors were most learned philosophers Were heard ; and all
his incredulity, when lie has to record the' in- treachery, your pertjury, force me to abandon' n ,. i,,;n,:- I I. .-I t 1 .: 3-97. present during the sports of the day's shooting, confessed their ignorance. If some dared to
mense distance between the people and their you. InI future, every tie is broken l..._ ....r, |t. -.. r- ... -, ., Sundlay last, six Young Napoleon, who was of the party begged ascribe it to the enchantments of the Christian,
rulers-between the disinterested and con. us; but I shall always deeply feel the -, ..--.- i,!, ge1,1 1. ... b .., ,,. r... il.: Amicus Cutter to,have a gun, which the Emperor, after much they only by that proved the more cl nl1 ilI,:;-.
stant, and invincible afction- of the first, and having been your chief You have trampled Cli..i," h..l..*i..**. *** ., I.*., Westminlster- entreaty, permitted, with-strict injunctions that stupid malice. The Emperor and h,. ,:,:,.
the. low subservient interested malice of the under footyour oaths--you have bet-ayed God bridge to Graveseind, fromn thence to Twlicken- it miffit be charged with powd,,r only. After were, nevertheless, seized with astonishment,
la.ter. and your country. You betrayed me Iat a time ham, and down again to Westminster, a distance two fires, lie was rallied upon being a bad shot, and terror.
Saturday, ug. t 1 4 o'clock.-The report of when I hoped to conquer or to die gloriously of 100 miles, in 13 hours. They started at half and told that he had better decline a further at- In the following year the Emperor died
some discontent among the soldiery, has caused at your head .We are now separated for ever. past three in the murhming, and reached th- Fal- tempt* By what means, I am not prepared to suddenly in Tartary, without .havitig had time
a fall of J per cent. since 1 o'clock. Go and loin the Turks, who are alone worthy con Inn, at Gravesend, at a quarter before se- statebut at this moment he discovered the to nominate his successor.
The Courier says, there was not so much as of your friendship. Steal out of the woods ven, when they partook of a hearty breakfast, trick which had been put upon him. Hle now The death and the circumstancesadding to
a shadow of foundation for the reports on the *where you have concealed yourselves-desc ndil After resting an hour and a half they were again remonstrated with his It.,.,.lt ,lIe r, and after the terror of the darkness, the persecution in-
above subject. from the mountains which you have chosen as afloat, and in three hours and an half they were much pleading was allowed a small charge of creased, and the second of his sons, on whomn
The Court dress for the Queen is as follows the retreat of your cowardice Hasten to join through Westminster bridge. At this place a shot. He brought down hIis first bird (a phea was founded the greatest hopts.of peace, ascen-
-The ladies to wear black bombazines, plain the Turks; kiss 'hose hands which still reak boat put off with so:ne refreshments ; during sant,) to the inexp.esible delight and admira ded the throne. Cochin China and Tonquin
muslin or long lawn linen, crape hoods, snamoy with the blood ofh,. heads of your church,your which time they floated about a quarter of a tion of the Emperor and all present ; and out likewise lost their Emperor Gea Long. Hie
shoes and gloves, and crape fans. Undress, Nor- patriarch, yor arch priests, and your innocent mile, and reached the Ee.pye.house, at Twick. of 11 shots he bagged 9 birds !!! died of a dropsy, Jan. 1820, in the 55th year of
which crape. The gentlemen to wear black brethren whom they have so inhumanly butch- enham-Ait, at a quarter before three. At this That young Napoleon has not only proved his age, leaving the Christians and Missionaries
cloth, without buttons on.the sleeves or pock- ered. Yes-run to purchase slavery with the place they were met by several of their himself good shot, but exeedingly clever for as much afflicted as alarmed. They all, expect.
ets, plain inushlin or long lawn cravats and price of your blood-with the sacrifice of the friefids, at a comfortable dinner. At six they his years, is sulfficenily known to all who kaoe ed, after the death of'the pacific monarch, to
weepers, shamoy shoes a d gloves, crape hat honor of your wives and children. B1u you, started to conclude their Herculean task. and had the best opportunities of ascertaining the be severely persecuted by h is son who succeed,
bonds, apd buckles-Undres., dark grey frocks, images of thie true Greeks, ofthe sacred batia reached Westminster bridge at 20 minutes past facts, and the extreme and well known partial- ed him, whose former menaces they recalled,
It is estimated that there were 170 persons lion, who have been betrayed and sacrificed for eight; having performed the distance in less ity of the Emperor, and indeed the whole Im- uttered when he was only a Prince; but Pro-
on board the Arinus Marinus, Dutch Fast In- the deliverance of your country, receive from than 17 hours (12 of which were occupied in perial fitamily, is sufficiently obvious, both in evidence disposed in,,,_- otherwise. The late
diaman, when she was lost-80 oi the crew, 40 me lhie thanks of your people. Monuments rowing,) without the least apparent fatigue-- public and private ; and it is highly creaditabie Emperor recommended to his son in his wil
passengers and 50 soldiers, whowere returning will soon Trender your namr-s irimorial. Th, They were steered by their coxswain, John to those charged with his education, that lie is not to persecutethe Christian religion, which
to Holland, names of those friends who have remained Loader, of Old Swanstiars. This match, it is constantly attended by men of the most pro- he acknowledged as good-to re.sp;ct the me.
Thirty one persons of those lost on board (faithful ever to m-, are engraved on mv hIart believed, was never accomplished but on one f,,und talents- His equipage is also of the first- mory of its r.t,..r ,l,,n.,.,'n:, chiefs, the Bis!,hop of
the Earl Moira Packet have been picked up, in characters offire. Their memory shall be other occasion. order, acarriage with six horses and four out Adram, who rendered so great services to the
ar..., ,1., i..imber Miss Yals, of London, and thile only c-nsolation of my soul. I ablndon to r riders, state, and always to keep a guard of So0 menon
I- p' .,,r..a ItI, of tie 6thi regiment of foot. the contempt 4f men, the justice of Providence, i('E0111 nl gland. his lomb,
The reaping of Wheat had begunin England, andfl the maIlediction of their c unilrymen, thost nFROM A LONDON PAPER. Tesiamentart dispositions with Pagans are
The reports throughou"England generally, are perjured traloors. Kaminar', Sab; s, DukasCon. UNION HAzL.-Yesterday afternoon a man, sacred-the young Emperor, therefore, showed
Sin favor of an average crop; and in Ireland thie stantinos Hassilius, Iarlas, Giorgius iNanos, who FROM THE NEW YORK CO1MERCTAL ADVERTISER. who-gave his name Joseph Dixon, a professor himself quite ta different person from the young
harves is stated to be unusually productive.- have deserted from the army, and who have There has been another uncommonly quick of the black art, was brought up on a warrant Prince. From his accession t. ie throne, he
Stamford dfercury,. been the firstauthors of its dissolution; the :assage at Quebec, from England, the ship in the cusodyo Collingburn and G. Smith, of endeavoured to gain the confide(,cn of his sub.
The wheat harvest began at tfile close'of PhanatriAte, Gregorius Rutto, their Phaiarioie P'erseverance, having arrived there in 27 days ficers, charged with defrauding a young woman jects of whatever religion ilihey w re He has
last week. Report does not speak favourably and scoundrel Nicolaus Skufe I also erase from Falmouth. The papers, however, of 13s. in silver, under the following circum- remitted to all, without dsiirn.,ction, their ar.
of the quantity or quality odfthe crop.-Kentith from the list of my companions in arms, lBasi brought by this conveyance, are not later than 'stances :- rears of taxes, and maintained t ranquility in
Gazette. lius Karebics on account of his indiscipline and the 17th, Aug though they notice some items of The complainant had often expressed an in- his dominions in such a manner, that ilhe Chris-
There are many reports of mildew in the improper conduct, Continental intelligence,which we had not be- clination to pry into the secrets of futurity, and tian religion never. enjoyed a more profound
.growing wheat through many parts of Suf.. ALEX kNDER YPSILANT.. fore observed, as "kitchen report"spoke highly ofthe prismoi,. peace."
folk, Norfolk and Essex.-Stamford Mlfercury.. Rimnick, Jun,- 20. The St P't.asburgh (-azette, of.he 19th July, e,'s talents in that respect, she was induced to ,, .,.,
TheDublin Gazette Extraordinary ot'August Extract of a letter dated Liverpool, Iug. 21. in commenting on the late disturbances in pay l-im a visit. On Saturday, the 4th instant, i',l i 't i ilo-' t.,
14th, givs the following *'Sir-The Cotton Market is extremelybd Moldavia, and Walachia, says, The Greeks she waited oItn the conjuror (having previously _'
h Notice is hereby given, that his Majesty and holders show more anxiety to sell thai tfor 'o not wish for fore'igns interference ; they obtained the secret ofhis residence from another Fo rnO TplTTnsuTrrtJR Rti.3L-ICAN Set.25
i hold a PublicLve! th C .lle o Mon- so im dread it, and rely upon th. ir own efforts." female.) at No. 15, Queen street, near the At a called hst*Is cour oi tt eownOfPe.,
ay the 20th inst. at one o'clock. tht te imports of cotton from the northern Notwithstanding this, it is stated in the P.u'ris Coburg Theatre ; she was led into his awful tersur held a thts eot oue don" w t
Ay his ajsty will hold a o Drawing oom t.sates wi o be *consie.adle, inaddion th o those papers, that Russia was pr.iecuthng its military presence with great caution by the people of dy last cae the .mi John
at thie Castle on Tuesday evening the 21st, at yet to come fwnrward. from 'the southern states preparations with unabating vigor, and that, the house, and having inftbrmd him of the na- vis, Charles Jones rhomIs Lawbet rh d
9 o'clock. Sl>akl this ove to be the case, the presn even the troopson the fl ontiers of Per6sa, had ture of her visit, he took a pair of compass s, Arccher Perkinson, wh o had been mmmit
N. It is not expected by his Mety hat prices mav hrdly be maintained The imporl received orders Ito march, and were soon ex- and with great solemnly began to consult a on the preceding Saturday to the al i this
N. 111 t i notexpbte by is ]a~gt\,I? t picesmay]lodly e mintined Theimprt pcte, a 8i ', i.h,, ch Thee vatagoneainnthedaThro.,-adimpeooctsonalyhtwneh',re.d wth Sifnt iudedad amao
s rsons shall appear in mourning on the daiy of here, this year,h up to to-da, is nearly 290,000 pecte' ato s I .-. 1I t.1,. lese vast globe, and then a scroll, and he occasionally to,vilnaied health o inst mure evd a
lis public entry ino Dublin, nor on p,,y of he bales-last year in the same, 370,000-oeo Ireparations ** *-. J "'.l.-ce some migh- appeared to compare lus observations there wn, n am 1r wit cC. Royster m thmeevidaenc
davs ofpublic ceremonials or festivities which clency, 80 000 bales. Yesterday on ly 400 h,, ly pr!jcct-; yet it was tho opinion of many A, length he rose wu grat digty, and tom exhibited on tie n Fon t itheevidhnc
i, 1 proi60tbales YetterdayhOnlyi40ibides maItI A lnt hlie rose will great dignity, and toldexhibited onl the e~aminoinfu,to it ape-,th.a t
n:,) take place,cdutring the period of his Majes. sold, of which 00 were Uplands, t 9 a e10 ; I 'elliormedpiersons, that Russia would not go her that she was born under a warm planet; on" Frida y night, the I it inst. two)f the ris
aand 50 Orleans, low quality, at 9 a 94. To-day to war ulUt complainant di not comprehend thelnature o ers (Charles Jones and |Ihomas Lambeth)
tys stay i Ireland .LoNo, Aug. 5. the cU nqiryis ylmity at 9 a 9. Today Private letters from Consantinople, anld of his ditscourse, being but ill versed in tthe wi Ithe 1 aes, osesand DI, anc b
0trae:-Late in the even of' Tuesday The weather has been very fine for some Otheraccounts C th. 1*' 1 ..1 -1 ,- dis, planetary scheme. He next told her, thai low, went to a ,use at the foot of.-llib..
week, two children had a quarrelin a fieldl in days, which is a critical time for the harvest. pMoaionaf tlh ,h..1 l .. 1 1 ..I, and when she was eight years old, she had a fall ,rook-street o,.otordidare andenuiredyofh.
he county~of Mo1nghanand two men, a Pro- Grain is drooping, and flour dull at, 24s 6d, MV P-vdae hadM,, V.1 "I, }* f;'1- eff r- "I very severe nature, and that her ml,..r ,,,, ,fJ- tostei camein, and enq d ofthe
testant and a Roman Catholic, came down to nominally for Philadelphia, 24 s for New Yorki vescence that had prcvaidled in that capital, had had a great deal of trouble with her. 01 woman ofthe housefwht the negoswanted
the place, and took. nart in the .fight, which and Virginia. which was How as tranquil as before the insur- the latter she was unable, to say much : hut the and served that they should t 1 il...
.produced a clhallencge between them, and it The politieal.;ntelminene from the Continent s"rtin* r uo she could not recollect. a(I had never heard e a w e n wt i i
.'as agreed to meet the next morning. At 7 confined to mire rumors--but we should think culrac efots -s to the oth July, the leas mention e ofit. Those deubtssheac. powuccdaoee wword stOfvel yi' ttle a tp arnt:
o'clock the next morning not less than 7 "r 800 r o likely to take place there, colradits the accout of the commuication cordingly mentioned to the seer, who at once warmth upon w1ic e w an of thnouse
persons were assembled on each side Some Uplnods. 8 a 11; Orleans, 9 a o, htween that place and Constantinople, having silenced her with a c.,,,l.,i,,, shake of the dstedl uscne s to i l e
of then came from a distanceofl0 miles. Tle We ar, ..0..... v)urt. "' been interrupted; and states, ,hat th, lRussian head. adding, that hle never ,yet was deceived to'cir ith tet'o utlraW; tey so,
ribbunmen were armed, many of them with M'.RY LUTAM Courir with finl 1. -1. o the Porte, in his calculations. Her confidence, however, wit the two young men who had en
N1 .'i, U IW & LUTnIhNT.c'lticulat tsHer conlfidence, however, t.... with the. hey.....,wih h
,pitAt-lks and scythhs, fastened on poles, and S. We are shipping 50 crates en tie il. al ntt then arrivel.t .1 .,1 i f destination. was shaken, and a momentary pause ensued. ere, th poe he s erh its to
the rest with, large sticks. TlThe Orange party son, t, sail to-morrow : only 87 bales of colo Th e conditions prescribed by Alexander, arc during which the conjuror again explored the take satisfaction fr tle insult that ad b o
a pistols, swords, and a number of yeomany on hAnd. Yours, c. M.& e te evacuation of th (lie provinces .,.,.. ,,, on turning to her, his counted ed. Th ed nin v
bad psktosan(.baonets, ad anthey oupedtomanry on li hebi'ndoullIYours, heySUCOc.edill.rti L. -111 ,V
*muskets and bayonets ; they occupied two hills, of W\allachia, and Moldavia, by the Turkish anrice bespoke a discovery of some consequence, and Archer Perkinsod into their service, ad
which commandedtheboitomwherethecham. -------- troops, leaving garrisons as before, on the andtakin- hold of her hand, lie asked in a wthte additionl into their serviceand
.pions oeht to.have fought. Some respect. FROM THE NEW YORK NA'I-ONAL ADVOCATE, Dantibe and the fi'ee passage to the Darda- s 1.pulchral tnme, Tell e, Youug' woman, :n, with this additional force they again repaired
ble people .of the.neighborhood interfered, arid LonnoN, Aug. 18. nelles, and aflnesty to the Greeks. you not an offer of marriage whl*n you were ation, so soo'as thle object of without explan-
endeavored to stop the fight; and, whether it Brussels papers to the 15th inst. have come It is again stated, in private letters of a late 20 ?" With the greatest veneration for the pro- point so he wb eith tn eir search was
*was from tbeirinterference, or from fear, it is to hand this morning, date from the frontiers of Turkey, that the fundity of his knowledge, she admitted the de- pointed outf th e h was either taken or enticed
S ,sceitaiied,'butthe Ribbonmen began to These papers containinteligence from Smyr. Grand Seignio had rejected the ultimatum of l hicate fact, and all her doubts were now vanish took place in th ouse of a f iransactio
-give way little, upon which a shout was raised na to thle 6th inst. After a narrative of the Russia, and .had given orders to prepare for ed, ev,n to the fall at eight years old : she was o psu in toenas ot t a dl the ite,,ad
by tn< i.p,,,site party, when they charged upon ......:. ofthe Frank-, wh,> were compelled hostilities. perfetlyreconciled, and no longer entertained s so sudden, as not to enadle the witn:nes
their opponents; whu immediiaL ly fled, throw- to take refuge on board the ships in the harbou-, Thirty French officers had sailed from Mar- a doubt of it. He next added, that she had murdbsered, either inctlh) w htb or rock, hisa
ing away their arms, and were pur-ued over it is added--"To complete our misfortunes, seilles with arms to aid the Greeks, whose experienced a great deal of illness o; which sud "ian e the ite clb I a r
the country for the distance ofa mile. Whole the pbague has manifested itself in 3 vessels, cause in theMorea appears to be in a flourish- she began to chargeher memory, and could im- ,cu having been beaten in.
corn anld fiaxfieldswere trampled totheground (one ofthem French,) each of which has a hun ing tate. The Kg of Pussia had permitted mediatelyreco!ect nnerous toothache, o t r. May, for, thecoroetno onwen sud aied
in their fliglh, dred persons on board ; who, not suspecting hle the publication in his dominions of every thing catarrhs,spasmss &c. He, however, consoled tn pekicon, r.d SoM r il..h .aveh
The Coronation-Every event will be esti infection, have mingled with tnose who were favorable to the Greeks her with the intimation, that although she n aelkso, and Mr. Pills i I.. .. o .abeth.
naated more or less remarkable, in proportion on shore, whence the whole clv is in danger. Rome and the P'apal States are to be occupi. won d encounter a violent fit of sickness at the one appeared for Jones, ii.. a...,,-,, after
as. it :.pproac!es to, or bears any affinity It is new the 6th of August, and none of them ed by Austrian troops, in consequence of the alog of 35, she would, nevertheless, be better serving the man...i :.e, .-t jalum for t -heiri
to the coronal.ion. "Historians, in after times, have died. We hope that the %attacks of the spirit of dissatisfaction continuing unsubdued in off'than ever she was before. He then closed al, trialnWhich will ta. l jail a or t heir ,g-
wi!i connect with that ceremony any remark,- plague, will not prove fatal, in consequence of Italy. the scroll, stating, that lie could perceive no- nltr ', Pc wle thke plce tr t:e ,eu!s.g
bie event that occurs about lhat period ; and the precautions that have been taken. CTHOLIC ADlESS TO THE KING. thing elSe of an "eventful" natre and the Pl or eteisbusttrgh super or cct, ^*
iot de least .remarkable will.be the wonder lengal papers, to the 6th of March, have The follow aco fth Addes tois complainant, highly gratified at the success of. willcommence its sitting O the 16h o Octo
.ful occurrencce ofthe fine female panther at crome to hand From which we learn that distur. Majesty, adopted at the lute lRoman Catholic the business offered him a fee of 2s 6d, bat Trial of ic and <,l Te pr .ed g
the oy: Managee, Exeter'Change, gain braces s1 prevailed in i city of' Bussoiah, Me I, to be presented upon his arrival in ihe demanded 3s. which was cheerfully paid him. ease bavig occupied the greatest part ofThurs
producing a beantilu! young cu), which, int and that the Turks were at war with some of Ireland. V Still, however, there Was a subject upon which day, the Court for the tr ate ofA oses and Dick
-conjunction with the curiosity of a monkey the tribes ofthe desert. The former had taken "SIRE-Wile other classes of the commu-J the oracle had not touched and which seemed did not sit till Friday ; when they were arrd aicn.
.suckling a young oir, and the unriv-lled coul. into their service a tribe of Curds to enable nity are thr : ging round the throne of your sorely to grieve the credulous young woman, e and afte r a patient investing ione y w e ti Vi.
section in that establishment, forms an epoch them to rPpel their opponents,. I, consequence Majesy witl the eagerexnressinnof th-ir at. lest it formed no part off he destinv. Without, denee which was the same in substance with,
never ntquailed in the annals of individual ix. o'othese circulmltace>s a complete stagn,tion of tah ent toYour person upon the auspicious therefr n pre, onthi mdes. rt, o tt r ied wa the sam inao sub Dtacse i
. success the meritorious exertion of the propri. of lFebrury, Calnttatias vtiileI by "t i- jesty h t i ot I tses ruestedtoknow i would hm th a o e t idi
-etor. canle, which blew wit'h great violence for two ever mlay, be our civil inferiority) yield to none ca'st e aii0n wa ewudcagefrNvme et
At Preston, Lancaster, find tire ether towns henrs,2 accompanied by rain, thullder, andlight- of Outr fellow citizens in devotion to ur tve- erintivgity,ut Hsandswha er wos uldchrg orNvemer net
ins >h ^ Counct r ft o toil s sP3- < t o Ic tto Sdu tSovew writing itcut.tHisansw e r was Novemnbekbutoder
intd o ny, the day.-was celebrated by pro-. ning'. Several "accidents happened, but not,.of a .reign, "and 6llity t~o your illustrious lilouse', re rs tig that slit was only a, servant, Ile lO J i "2 i' l,
cesinsad ubicnnrs t retoner-vryseiosnanr.It was accounted for by have eordial'y united in that generous emula- consented to take 10s. The eonllplainaut bad S okn ,L dr
-y 3,500schildren denedding hthe adarketsplace, on ihe usually warm weather which had for a tion. We approach your Majesty wih senti- now no doubt that a husband awaited her, and P nlc.saons, (Va.) Sept. 26.
roast beef, p~umb pudding and had a small pc "eongh b time prevailed. At Chlia, trade was ments of iaftfected gratitude for the peculiar she immediately paid the prisoner a sovereign, it has seldom been our paifl lot to record
ofr le ah thes ps were mdce nlpt I oe e rull, eet r ou for which 1750 mark of re-ard which you have deigned to be. who returned her the change, at the same time a more barbarous transaction than that which
bfr tbi o o rnented with the lik..-eus doll were ed. "he accounts from Pu- stow upon this portion ofyour domnii "o' jesty, and the chddre were allowed nang state, as a rumour, that the Siamese were are haihed w*th the benetlotions of an enthusi- at which time every thing would be ready.. last. For the following particulars in rela-ion
htoake t1hem ,ome.," 18" ,e et e r 6 ng'. an of !0,000. en, wage war astic and undissembling people. Accept the With this understanding they parted mutually thereto, we are indebted to a gentleman, a near
a8 '..s. 18-' lp pe et ed. 76. _'g*""s hL n; o Queda: As t papers .homage of cur duty, and the finer oilering of satisfied. Next "day, the complainant havingI neighbur to the unfortun.,te victims. On the
;8 pr cent. consols, 77 1-8 3-8; 4. per me ,o mention of. thecholera morbus, it may our love. .f the reverence which is due to reflected on her adventure with the.magicia" i Ight above mentioned, three "hite men (as is
b1k 1ng 8. 9 5; 8 1-1r ; cont a s for a0 t. e preum"ted that Calctla is very healthy. ;.your royal o,-ic in the second sentiment in our began to think that her money ha been very supposed) got into the house of an old man by
*76 1-43n an 98116s cosls fr acct. e" South Wl"es,.-Iu the sale of the recent, hearts, it is tnly because our affection is the foolishly expended. She did'nothing all that the name of Coits, whose family consisted, be*
t n St 3.8 importation of the wools, from this .fine and-in., first. In other parts of the great empire, over day but repent of her folly, and at length she sides himself, ol a maiden sister, an old woman,
toI 10ecan tock, Aug. 18--5 per cents, 1004 teresting colony, which took place yesterday, which you ar, appointed to rule, you will be- determined on sending one of her fellow ser- : and three small negroes, all of whom had retir-
3101" ; 3 per cents, 7U; new 5 per cents, 99 a it affords usgreat pleasure to state that the hold more gorgeous evidence of wealth, and vants to the prisoner, with a request to return ed to rest. One of the latter, upon lbearing;
13 ;7pe' cents, 102--the above with dividend superior kinds reached the enormous price of' grandeur, and power ; but in none will you .. ver the money, as she had changed her mind. but .something fall, cried out, "who's there r"-
dividKt fulyt l^uisiaa six per ceets, with 10s 4d. per Ib and that the inferior sorts, al- find a more exalted and deeply-rooted attach- this lie was too wise to consent to. She called when inimedii;.tely the assassins commenced an
diidend fromh st of -- U .S* Ba1k Shares though badly assorted and packed, averaged; ment to your Majesty. We shall never forget on him herself last Saturday, and proposed to indiscriminate attack upon the whole family.
ancertain, with dividend f'om 1t .July. nery '.s.. leer" lb, Capita!, and experien. the happy perled of your residence amongst let him have 2s. out of the ten for his troubleif! cutting and stabbingO with knives or other sham_
London th ,ames'ropper, we have received cod attention alone are wanting to render this' us; and, upon the other hand, whenever-the he returned the other eight. He declared he instruments, and mangling in the most shock-
18h Ino uSpping and Commercial Lists t. the import a source, not only of frtune to tlle own- thought of our .Sovereign, in any interval from had not so much about him, but she might take ing rnianner, the bodies of Mr. Coats, his sister,
Lists' i ive, onlday hter than the Lloyd's er of the flocks, but also of incalculable impor- the imperial aolicitudes which occupy your the pictures in his room (which were of nova.- and the old woman who lived in the house,
y Herald it.,boston, tance, al al! times, to the another country. The mind, shall return to Ireland, you will, we t ust, lue) ifshe pleased, and if that did not satisfy while lying in their beds; and dangerously
"-** .... wools trom. these colonies possess quahties feel an assurance that you.are, the master of a her she might do her worst. Last Wednesday wounding two of the negroes--tile third, who
aOM rH; NEW ticnin coMMEiiciri 'ADviiusE which are "onnd to be very valuable in the ma- faithful people there-that while the sister she calletl on him again, on which occasion lie escaped with less injury, thl' severely cut, was
Roi'al Extrfwvagance,-\H the c'lowii nufacture, and produce cloth not only finer in .country may afford your Majesty the resources called Nathaniel Smith, the Landlord, who the first to give the alarm. On the neighbours
count of ahe Coronation, written the S low ingae- qrlity, but o' ....... I ,- ,, 1. wear. of her riches and 0dof her trade, in ourr chivalrous turned her out of doors with considerable vio r,*.,,;airin;g to the spot, a horrid spectacle pre-
Scott, weftnd the for owl,, Wien b ter l umnours we. ,ll.., i i.. :i'rl ,. that the Blues poverty, we are ready, as we have always been, | lonce, threatening her with worse, treatment if sentud itself to their view-tivu mangla.d bodies
signed to t h* i .>h n fon nAlslinsadors ox as refused to relieve the H-Iorle Guirds, and that a with the nobler .tribute of our blood-that you evrr she came there again. lay groaning and bleedingi., on their beds; but
asn ost th-lri n n.11 cit.c and was drt, presented serious n, .....I ....* 1 ,,i,, prevailed upon the wilt find a soldier un every one of us-.ia fl that, The o0icers stated, that in consequence of tlie mnrcerers had fled. When our informant
blaze will diamonds. When the'swinst lyi a su"i ject, a ......-' '".-. i'.- circumstance of the in the defence oel'your throne, and of the liber- information which they had received from the left the house, Mr Coats was lying in a sense-
ad zen Prince Esterdam in parthe-lunsh.ie glt. Life Gu'rds having omitted to relieve the guard ties which it sustains, our lives are at your ser- proacoutrix. thev proceeded wlll a warrant to les state. His sister, and the old woman who
inerd- Pinke a galaxy I ciinotleart lie glinm at the Horse Guards at the 'usual hour.- vice." the prisoner'sreusidence, where,after considr- lived wi h hinm, we understand are sinct dead,
it le had on i that reloIed coat wn phtivcly rie following are the grounds of the misun- able' dhricity, they gained admission,and found \"id the rest of the wounded are not expected
visited all ohe Courts of ,Edoa h had derstanding. YOUNG BONAPARTE. the defendant inl the exercise of his prufession- to recover. The object of these inhuman
'is said to be o worth 100s o oope, save ore, aud After the liues were relieved by the Life To t', Editor of the London morning Chronidle> at ruities, with two young ladies. At first he wretches is supposed to huve been plunder.-
-nd whicl cosrs the Prin,0 100 rsi tr.' ie,- Guards on i'",h,.' ,., at the Horse Guards, Su-Tlhe death of Bonaparte naturally is oered hribes and lh n resistance, but tle May speedy justice overtake them.--Jefaid.
y-lndd whichd bosbts aheth niesistace .bt(the ay sp9dy ji!ic..oe..... .. .m.. .ald


.... ...... ps it o.eve" t tatterw wrote 1 ..,t rhe wall of the guard reflecting minds to the coniemplatiion of'his son charm availed him' notin:; the sp6il was .S' "ii
toihle puts it oin ts his wa a iussr to 'lose 'pears rooms a variety i n i r offensive to the feel- and his future fortunes : for descended and con- broke, aid he was compelled to surrender.-- DIH-In Portland, Mis Caroline. Kindl!l,
splendid in the last d" gee, lierls tdreo d' ssu(1 ingsofthe lues, in consequence of'their not nected as hlie is, it is impossible to conceal the The officers the n entered his sanctum stuctoi aged 17 years. She was recovering from a fit (,if
goodd t.st, at least it wouldlave fili or dra"'wing" a sword or.filing upon the populace on fact, that hlie is daily growing an object of the rum, a siali ati-clhaber, which they found sinakness, of which she Ihad been ill some time,
any w here lse. astside olde Princha e ereds o the(tieen' fiuneral procession. The words were* highest interest and regard, The public full of iestrtuMInts ..l -,i l. used in the caba. 1 ii i .,i her strength iad increased, she visited
humouhre d lass, who seemed all eea good. -Cowar 'ly I lues-The ltues .must go to hitherto, have heard little and know ltes of this listic arl. t he circus on Wednesday evening. Nit loig(
(bis dauglneri] lass wh l believed yes ad ears Windsoi--Counrv l quarters andfire sides for Imperial Boy Even his age titles &. e. -c 'Mr. Chanher committed the poor conIIl'or after she bad got seated, she became faint, and
(misy diamonds as if telieyve had hw,&,.re a i.s--Blod ss Bues, &c. The Colonel of have never been correctly stated in any lof the as a, rp;ue and a v.tAbonud, and ordered Snititli, ,oibre .she could be removed from the circus.
y diamonds as if they Qa been risAtot the lIlues, Sir lRob-rt Hi",heariig of the attack public papers. The following faithful partice- tte lan.iord, to iind bul for thle assault, ep %i)'ed.