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Title: The Union, United States gazette, and true American for the country
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United States gazette, and true American
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Creation Date: November 6, 1821
Publication Date: 1818-1823
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Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 11, 1818)- ; -v. 23, no. 1448 (Apr. 4, 1823).
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SN ITED STATES' GAZE'1'IE A -ND .- TRUE AM lEi('AN F_ TILE ('OUNTI _T.
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.tent for .the "Union."' Fall o' Carlbthgeit Five .ayslater I ruin ig niid. i toi ie, riak to... i w ...., ,,i. F ~:ti '"""
Th' fnIllowing gentlemen Slrc Ag ternt f Jil"A"IE ., o. tiiC t)l lhes e ,side, Umlon .--
I a is -l. Ci p'11-i'isIr ol t-- l Uijil\, \ho soi 1 oua coitisronETS. noTriEWORKAILY AETISE, N"'. 1. l t. i*CII fTHEN et' .. g bVs t side Upon v.p r '.-- 1 I, c
are .iot I.rd to iecti' Sb.,cripton; S nd AOfd-Ofice of t,11,: .2t,, s ,*, s.hirii a pta1 iee sip Orio r Capt Davies,. arrived a t ,this t le rrarik. a I Idi, he ) ey bee pee y the schr. Albio f i"r c i, 30 e
verti-ments intended for this paper, -,nd lil:.e- Ci I,,tLE-T, Ot- 2, 12 o'C'ock ptrt ye-. r., i.n .38 .1 i ,m l.verpool. We ,I-. .r'l.T -r,,'r, nd tl etreted with all speed received I hr Albor. ft''r Hi e h
W,,t.- ;'ny Moncy which n..y be due this e..,- By tth s b Ne ap g, a- understand this esI let L.rpool on the ., ..- bn, tu plot would h ve broken out i ro (. 17 t
i I,-lh, n l .irf ti l to l tm-, com,m eeln, .; lt, rived a tll,- port 3.~, ,,a riv .n ,1 .~ i l.n- Ja- ?lr' ,,.f ,t. F,v;, ,1, i,,i, r l,,,), lli. ,..r.. ul i,e .,, t. ,,, Iren,, n ry becauseiey p '. ll (N, S ) Oct. 17..
t.-rI..lr, [ u?0, ni ln wll reii ip t Iir ithe ilnaici. e ','.ve received ppr. from thenceto but owing to some ir.ngilar cause which we l-r csinoit rk.11 lhelt ,, angry becauseilv de- r:t *,-j t- C.,usori lI e.- i l.11,- .|..
'... ic ,h.n..~er iit nv b l p.s: i;nt, I l i l. n'tds : the d .. itinciuit e. 1 e .c c py te .A.,l rn not be t., ce, pl.tin, br|o't ,ero papers later th .1 i Th, pi ;.% cow i nthe i r. 1 .'n l P.. i "hi ,'Il-1
I. i -. trissoin. Irenton anid Priniceton, N. J. ini piInri,' iiicllignce from the Kingitun CC..u- i th -,'b,. i.,-ry fw letters. As far is i*i lii.liv iryin on iI 1 I 'sIl o lie Ik i 'e y h n v ..m i- AiI.H t h-'" hl ''"*
t, ..ih .i,.,- lle, Pa. tli, o El ~.:'.10.:1. have heard, *.nen ftile ,,.- p,per offi:,:- tI A, na ,,,.n .. -s 't- f "ire so very dear h ui .* h I ii i t ,t .i.t e ,i -:I
f.t ,,I llrookls, Printer. S:dem, N.J. "' B!y li Isclr .I.hin, we have received ac. oeived any packages from tlieir oorre.'p,i,,.letii- .jt .Ieier p"A "i I- r. eso ver y dear h_' d., .t..1 ii.. smit shooh. c at ;,,chi: i
)ai'd .\'iIn--i,,, I'rirt.r, buin, ligin, N. cunits.,i1 the ciiy of Cilth ,g r, .,ig :.pi- -to---nearCait isacertain that non came -- 0 1 neario, Cne whame t tich -.-,nn ",i.e C, r
J,,b ) (-i., P. M. WilkPlI.srre, a. l'a ulated on lie jfiie ulh to toIe Inheende.i.i We have, however, seen the I.ondJm OfrCrver r Juo ri H 1l* .,l.. E]-'. li't-.l.irk. IJ- ', On the 2-,il, l',-1. igf1,l rI.i iilnez. s l rli o' Sept. 16th, and a Liverpool p, rc rtf it, Pir"?- ':I il,, h .i. b rn r 'in ''r e-': i O.'" t :1h-' *r' i I rt ,ime r,, .n, !.ie
Al;in).. r R ..l, l ,sq. 11 hin;lf,,. Pa. camp to G in MnI Jill,,, ,i r.vedW ..pr-. at a l- t 17th, vch coni.ini i..lt ,u",ii ..ny .I.rr der I the L.,-,rd M.,,,r .,inst the Lonlo'n G 'i,"ii t bh" Jl,. ,l ,i L'e 1 m t-, i l. ': t ha.'-
..,,,i l stn, '.M. Stoi kpsii, -:vryneCo. nill,, from r, b.co. wiIh th ,: above nt- li. I public or pr;ivt.. 1 i K,N o G,.. gt 1,; ,- .,m ...., a wh.... ei,.i,n, n siGt be.,n Je- ih e h bl- i r, rs *'-, tl -,---e .. --,
Pa. geiice, anndwith an order ior allves.cls in .va after e per iencing some tt lo 1 s, Iruin ctnr r) clare.iI r,i:rinc,.; it l ing been .smcei.rr ied be. ctw if it rv, r lo et r he in te to Ih,- .he .
ph.,: Ih. W ;.1,,. ll,, E sq. t.:besie r.T o n, ri-. l ,rE,. curg e ,nil p roceed I, C ir ,| ,,,a,,,, nn, a,,rnir,, \ e ,ll, r, ar-T h ,vt-g Ind s 'l,-,ti ) l;o.. ;,Oh- ;Y.r T h,. s v ,s c rde. a-r "i '[ to" ,ir n the bige to t th..Ir. .
K 11 "i.q.n.', Mid. th tli:i 0tak-the thli GovrIrn.,r (Gene.r- TJr',) been dis apported in ad n attmp" to beat i-ronn- red inf-it for I n. by ihe q, wcr u-unin l otet.I t-rn to iI. The bnig lo. 'rJ ih-h.
I. i n i,., ,: itI. B ,. nsl ille, F 'tqc Coiiint, a f Il : ],.t ,aii'. fth i t ti .,,4ri : lo C tb,. I h. Ih-e L 'r l n,JLnd, arndl i, it,: chl npi lh P ,t-P ;i i hi.. r irrt utlic ,,r ap-,p.iTt,,, i n i nt o ,, n f ile o -- I n- I u rl, ,l ne p. hr Cii,-
.,i irsclirB ,iiol. Hall, and sloop Gie houird, Hen. inouth. reiurne.d to Mtilt, rl II,. n, Ii.rie.J on 'igae the Irn.ai-r ,si,~, tli.t It r r"-i nt '- 'Ie. Piolni cflm or,. o l pljnJlgt
.h..,, "r.nj -lI. Esq. P. M. .,ion-Town, '- T: nI, re br il t-.k i, p( CI,o.,, i.n s i n coun. W eJnc-.l the 12th of n ..ptu n .r. r ,,,i tn,-,k '-. ie.l I l ., uv- .iL v ,] LI. L tt of lea.t 30 t i *i l t te -. s* e a't. i3-11ht1
,. ". r ,.1 q, ce-, .nd .an .thcer i an.J lilicen >,i1- post horses for-London, aid arrived in .LoindoIs i"ar.l, irn.m the f ,a sirean., a id that th ey Ir s I ia- ct y ""'ati.- '-., -' ", ., rel % -;r I.ta-
Si ...i r-, i. -. i.:u'.- I tL e, tliec. cdiers put on board each, with directions on Saturday the 15th. .i..tll s,.tne tr e'.pe'ri.an i ..- i .. a. -*,e, y a. *t I ". '. '- l ta.
\ 1!i.; Huirrg-ni P. 1I. .;e1r;etowGn, to calloff S.nt ,nl arha h lien off that po, We have been ubiiingiv fivure wth ex- p...i. I ..-it th, e p.eu.si II-").on. 1. .'f l.. -- --W--
D elaware., the, fell ; i, wi i 11 M ji .t)ni brig Naoijlu-, tracts of le .i rs rrcc .:d ti ..rl- ,,rts... ., ',-l ,._- t' s ,,, .. -a naimberofint di- s ; ,rcltii- ihe c .-.i i .n i,-.e ro.m.-t.. ittr-v or-
W itism Pforter, .it. Str iith-.. ,c.:t, D timolii e. Capt. 4.i.hpman, whonze t the soldiers on shore, city from lheir ver r1-sp.- c. le c.i.nl-iponsi l ii ..l d t wri A] ..l.~1 i ,:..ik.t dJ, ,u-. the prose- ct recdJ ihl r.ie --er.)i ,'ec':. it J :..;i.ccI;,rq it.-,rc
J.olhn Adams, P. M I-r.' tl...;i-. P f H. 'i .1. and oni-rcJ dlI e 'C .elm to return to Sava- dents in Liverpool, uv. -li : -'..'. ilfl it .t .' .-.ii rrof te l,r,nk o Ei.glil,nd, '...I littering for- v m ..e.i e on b.. ii..'.,iI .l- iu I ,, kn. w wlheie
0, ilolbbs, Esq P. M. QIIe-n"' I'n n. %Id. nilla, andJ take in trhi.ir cargoes which were have-been able to lear.i r.-.p.r.iiiai ,i ri n-.. It. ,d .oies of Ilr. Aii-io.uu ,i i. sterlingg i i d uP- it a-a p 'LeiJ. C -'. C nll i .n ieii, .i ,O1 t ;..
Levin S. Joy -, Accrniick, iDruniT.i-. 1 ready, after which, they were to sail for this The following is frnr Cr..i,p.., ,, o, C., ,- r,l I p ,r-,i z hi- t ihe Baik .-. c:;.eJ to thinm, *,Jd tlhe pi,.'r-: it' "i, b- -t him :-.verl
T .-i Va. port. On their going back to S.vanisillja, they "LIVERB OOl 9lli .I i. I'd, i rS i >r.nte ,mr dirdncr S u>isl,. liet tum. hii li cil I, i'-, tis! .dicti o J> sii-ji. i n Ic h. bi
WV. 1'. Massie, P. M.Berry'sF..ri, rF:ederick 'were seized and sent away under protection of "We wrote to thee o: ee .li 1l,j!. I--.. I.,, 1 Ni : 'a-..' i. C- C ''.. i hute been sBb- by a rope round his neck .h'lo,,n ith-' il,ciR.iav.
',,', Va. two gun boats, for Bocha Chica, from whence days after the weather wa.s ver. bad-, lint ~s- i-e. ced in tlou Imnidredi and i' y poundasterling and kept him in that idec .lf: Iul siouai.s., 1 i.i he
T *r !ic'..P. M. Newbern, N. C. it was expected they would take the Spanish terday and to-day it has b .en ')'y, .,il., ii .i i dsar'g .. b-.i,l c... ..In I tei amount of had nearly expired, arilI on hI: I tI,I a little,
__,a ,-,_,_- troops on board, and depart immediately for not yet a settled appearance. There. ist-li, I.) in.i ts.itieoin'-, hill. for the injury sustained by they again beat' hunm nimos- itaTrinc-ihitl) .,ih
t Thwiof the schooner Olive ranchSt de Cuba. ing in ourGrain Market on se rul ut.n s5,,..:r female in the accidental explosion of the gas' their swords. As soon as the money was re.
arr d at Chiarlestin from Maracaibo. informs i he .chr. Perthshire, Ferres, was relanding Flour is held at 35s a 38s per bbl. but no pur. ,vorks of the defendants. by which a house was moved to the schooner, Capt. Coulson was di.
that General Bo'ivar arrived at Maracaibo in her cargo i Sar..iii ia, and would be obliged chases have been made during the past ten blown up, a child killed, and the plaintiff's reacted to get his vessel under weigh, and pro.
Sepiemb;r, with 3000 troops; the army was to go to Carsribig--i. o take in troops for Cuba. days. Sour had reached 32, bur hi, I -,.:.- car, wife, materially injured. cecd on his voyage, which he did immediately.
sent to Santa-Martha, aid the General went to We learn that General Montilla, previous scarcelybe said to be obtain .bl. .il-S. 'I .,i: ju- A whole family, consisting of sis persons, 3 of The next morning, however, the Alligator
eet a Cogress assembled in the interior, to the cipiul-aion ofCarthagena, had bombard- ry done is probably sufficient to affect the price, vhom were famales, of the name of tlhveis- struck oi the N. W. side ofthe Colerados, and
about the middle of September-; a battle w.. ed that ciy.f trom the Popa, and had occasioned but there is still that degree of uncertainty at. croft, had been found guilty of a conspiracy to in a short time bilged-the crew then took to
f ,. h, at Core, in which thePatriots were .u- nu i.ju.ry t)o ii, from the fire of long guns tached to it, which would prevent us, at pres. destroy the professional character of a surgeon the long boat, and shaped their course for the
and t. tm,mitr. ent, recommending shipments and polll, c.ry by circulating false reports re- Havana, from which place they were distant
s. --- 'We continue to have a pretty good demand specting him. When the verdict guilty was about 160 miles. On the 25tb, they saw large
A French ship iiunder Prussian colors, arrived Froill South America for Cotton, almost wholly from trade; but there returned, great consternation prevailed among brig moored in shore, about 20 I- ,g.it ,, the
at Cape Haytien Oct. flth froni B I n |suaii, is still a disposition to. sell pretty freely, so that the defendants, particularly among the females, eastward of Cape Antonio-she had an awning
bound to Port au Prince having t.n bo-rd 3.-. -- there is scarcely any improvement to note in one of whom fiUnted in court, and another shed spread over her deck, and a boat partly listed
men belongi-.g to the Patriot armed vessel Co- EROM]I TUE PROVIDErNO PATRIOT, OF OCT. 31. the prices. Uplands, 8 a 9 7.8, for ordinary to abliidance of tears The ladies were set at along side-supposed her-a store ship in pos-
lumbia, commanded by capt .Pelot, i ich hid' Captain Young, of the ship Packet, arrived fair ; 10 a 10- fror good fair to good ; and iI a liberty- ou entering into recognizance, and the session of the pirates. On Sunday, the 26th,
aeen stranded on the Silvir K-ys. helie .-l-e,,ti, min 60 days from Bahia, in- 11, are asked for very fine. Pot Ashes conti, re.llem -n i-ere committed, uutil the court de- while pulling along shore, they passed very
form- Iu u, that.itoi the 2 I of .\u't, several nue in fair demand for export; 38s 10d a 39 .:'iJe 1 'I.'i punishment to be inflicted. near to the i. I.,...'- -.. *.t l,d -.Iurtir. i the
The an-ual --4.tl.. ,lr, nti.- ofir.erA and tu- sail of transports arrived at Balna, under may be quoted for good. Pe,ili st,.- d at 39s John Br ckfiel and Edward Locke, two Alligator, an.- w:,.....' ied- Is,rAnht -.ioitS.l i:kir.,
dents if tIle UliiFr.-t in Cambrige giles a' convoy lof a frigal., and sloop of war, with a 39s 6d. Rice is held at it, a 2Ls per cwt. me e children, were brought up to receive the but they escaped by Letting inside of a reef.-

teni,, m-in. I cIiciuiEs an ,Boston 53 ; .leri which it Ta-es ( x .-t, i be opposed b per ewt. for good parcels. Tar 12. 6d a 13s 6d "Jthiu rt icklehl, a tmere buoy in size, you are French brig Narcissa, Capt. Ruscar, who re-
g,, ies ri77; duid into fonr classes, as fi,- the -01ov, ,nIlf tI.)l .Jm ir. Certain )' per barrel." a giant in wickedess ; it is a dreadful thing to ceived them on b.,..l--ur ru. expert ec-d
',s: 7e,: .... t.,; j, ra,.Ci77': s7p7om..re- 77. also-itete l,. thd the In:' rktI at Bahtia was The London Observer oftthe 19th of Sept. see acreatre of your nge in such aisit uation. It tIe greatest kindness, and in a few d'..% e
'relmen 6. 'j.. a tt ith! its at u a says-'-Some idea of the violence of the gale ap: eCars that you g as you aue-, you are actually landed It the 1I 1vna.
-en glutted with all sports, and the produce of which the royal squadron encountered, may be, the teacher of a little gang of pickpockets; a Captain Coulson further informs us,, that the
-rnian R.epon I- .,rch There are five the country extremely high. formed from the circumstance, -lh., i- fs f,,c,, fact which would require a certificate of its boatwhich brought the pirates oin board .- .
.rnr.i'-, c. I i.git.n,,sb,lon rig TIl,.i. rl,,h c' ties of the two frigates, il, i\cvc .i l LIT.\, truth in the place to which you are going,- Alligator, iad the word Gieenock, painted ou
,nt Liiu %,-i. iate., -and buti about 90 miniAstrs were completely under \t..te, iron, tlhe prri. You must be transported f.,r life," ,John her itern.
I-i ..-.ni.ir,'- ...,oi..- ckl-gymiro hav Ig I0,) nil FnIROM THE WAStINGTON Orcr eazTTE. sure of canvass they were obliged Il) ,.,i i, i L. .'ke, you are to be imprisoned for three -
12 p .r.h,-s ur.tl.r his charge. At lle last Extract of a letter, dated La Guavra Oct. 8th, order to keep up with le r .i.) al G,:.,1rg.-. ii- .inoths, to be whipped three limes severely, Fri:il jnl18aiCa.
rni -,U Lit. _i. nIlI ,t %..G ,sriri, I.l to '"At, : I.,,tiie. n t ,II Ile l-e,.ih' troops in Lee corvette .inI Cd I-.rl ;, 1,, ..,- a I % I Jt to be f don bread andwater."
-. I., Tse.tr,.'; ',n-ni'r. r, d Jricktluir-, I C aracewa. wi ..sti, Aal 2.,u Creaoles, embarked company on th(. passage, ani lstt a'itll td At "'hl' vety nixt casi after this was of a litti,- We were yesteidSay favoured With a Jaamaica
1 ri, li-it i- :_. :..,. .... .~ "' ) ... -' .. .- u ,~ -. e ra es- Plym ou th. ''1. ti 1, I. I .In.' I, -flr I. ic 1 Ih, boy % w,.-;fo und pap er of the 151h" S ept.
b2,..een bcirht i p 1 .. I... '1 ." ,' ih abitants. a fSt A nn'shiA petitioned to
m ,a een chsen~l~iiat~pal---'l. e.,,,'i, usp,,riun I ptrta. ton Ilte 5tn I6inoRilsl isns sit -........ lis:.,,ii.-....... ir,.alu'ttts.fst. Arm's hau petitioied to.
I .- pirn lth.ir tiiiai,rl, i nknowun, lut I 'lhc It.iI qul'Jdr.i.), with hT. M ,|. s ,iy oi i IIc.h. im -n .imrke.i t..whI a drer0.nlnil r. mi'. .i i. f.,.in'- ves.vt Ii but trhib-LTi si. '
ciaii .elfre ithe) -ire bound to Panama, via St. board, sailed from Dunleary harbor on %Vednes. pitch of depravity the children of this metro. Goveri.u, ....- Ke. ha .I ,, il,. -on I :-
To those who have.attendEl -'i th, suc-:e.. M.,u h,, .li- re l e will receive a reinforce- day, the 6th inst. ,arid proceeded within the polis werearrived when such apphcations were come more favorable, and as there was noscar..
sion of forest trees in this ccuintr, ihe qui-. mintrs0 o1i iu 2 i.u men, and perhaps, will banks to near Wicklow, when the wind cane nade by parcants, and from the facts which city of imported provisions, lie could not cum.
ticls proposed in thefollowinr- pF-ri'a ph.trnml, be commanded by General BoiavaI, in person, directly round and i.h. i,.,l!,em, o that they came to the knowledge of the court, proved ply with the petition.
a ,-r,rn., I 'tsper, mirl' often I-.tVe orcurred.- as by last accounts he was on his march for that could not possibly g,.. thr-.1, i -h. Swash, the to be but too well founded The court c. The duties on ritish goods from Jamaica
TI- a,-rnsn Jd.' growth of i!j cI,,.rr) an.i phce. I have reason also to believe, that a force naine of the deep water between the Ki.h cordigivy sentenced the boy to "transportation are reduced nearly 20 pr ct. at St. Martha.
betich s-re, after hemlocks ;:re remove,"' that from Gu. r u.'iil, comnirinsalc by colonel Diego bank and Arklow bank. The .q irit.-, there. for life." s On the Spanish Maine, Coro was re-.taken by
nitu haJ, st. s s-d for r-ews, ar.d of i.kks- brrr. b ll .i ,.r..r.e -in the capture of Pana- fore, was obliged to put about, -,n it 5'i P M. Thelarge and populous town of Stockport is the Patriots on the 15th Aug. BclW ir w ,s at
VI.ir iwhtu.ii but ir.t.. h.,d appareiilh n-, the fall .of which I consider certain in all on Wednesday, came to its old moorings at about to be ligtd wiih gas. Indeed the adi p Maracaibo, intended joining in tne itige f
i-s l.. .uri:r.t,-l, ae act~ -n,.;.: .is sr.,k.n;- aniJ th ,s otth." Dunleary, after having been at sea seven hours tion oflht nr",-i- ..t ,- wilt g It.lt is becoming g Puerto Caibello.
uinccouneable u- that suited bclue.-... t. On Saturday the Royal Squadron again sale daily more general throughout the kingdom ; Carthagena must be surrendered to the Pia.
merom Dunleary which is nw caed Kings it may certainly be considered one of the mo triots Sept. 2, by capiulation.
TO N ArtrBi tsrs, BALTIMOR.E, Nov. 1. Town,) and arriv,-d in Milford Haven the next useful inventions of the age. Mancinella de Cuba nas been attacked by the
The analysisof hl. ,Ihi l-hon.,, lh-t it con- The br'l T filri-. T'Diroud, ofthis port, ar- day (Sunday.) The King was detained by con- Indepetidents, who, it is feared,,will plunder
sists of the five f,.r1i,i;ing kinds--1. Calcare- Tived at lt t.ii,a 17in Ocl.,ei, from Saint Ja. trary winds.at Milford Haven, till 10 o'clock on rons THE LONDON COUR.1, SaPT. 11. and burn the town, if not repulsed. Troops
oeas earth; 2. qtuari .3. (.) : 4. Magnesia; go. Capt. D. reported, that off Cape Antonio, Monday night. His Majesty sailed next day CARLISLE ASSIZES, Sept. 5. were marching.for its defence.
and 5. Vefetable mould. It is affirmed, ihat he was boarded by two small piratical schoon- with the intention to bear round the Land's Pills, Boluses, Draughts, Emulsions, vs. Bricles The Jamaica papers mention, that the Patriot
repeated experiments have pr.,.-J that -.e ers-they robbed the vessel of sails, rigging and End, and up the channel to Portsmouth; but Aforutur and Timber. brig Guariice, carried into. St. Jago, by her.
first four, as well alone as zntermiuxed are abso- every thing they thought proper-they broke the wind being adverse, his Maiesty returned An'action was lately instituted at Craydon, captain and crew, was to be sold, and the loro.
lutely unfruitful. Ifthis be true, many thou- open a few boxes sugar, in search of money, to Milford, and landed there about five ..' d,.,:l. E,,,s.,ni, by a builder, foa--pit...nt of t -541. ceeds distibuttd among them, as an ii.. ce.
Sr,i which now thrive only in vegetable and abveetabe id abused the captain, ocers and men with A. Moi on Wednesday last, and set tff with pul' ,uteri,,g. I ,.lng the amount of a bill for erectt- -niidtit-foater tri-*nr lo.t-i es .sia-. ....e r-.-
mould, could not grow on our earth some their swords, &c. to extort from them a confess. horses on his way to London. ing a house ior the defendant, who pleaded a officers and crew of one of Aury'svessels, (de.
thousand years argo. *Must we adopt the opi sion of money being on board. Previously to his majesty's leaving Dublin, set off to the amount of 2441. for medicine, livered up to the Authorities at Baracoa,) :tt
naon, that plants and vegetables. have risen The U. S. schr, Revenge, Hammersly, sailed he made the following charitable donations, supplied to the plaintiff, as an apothecary, from taken the oath to the new constitution, and
...n .in ? In East Frieslandl, if earths a-re dig from Havana 15th, having under convoy schr .viz.-Mendicity Association, 2001 ; to the Sick the year 1811 to 1818. The principal part of were to enjoy the privileges gated oy the
up or,, 11l,. sea-coast, &e. from a depth of ten or Marius, Williams, of Philad. for Mediterranean; and Indigent Room-keepers, 1001; to the Mag- th- set off was for medicines supplied to the Cortes,
twelve f p-.-.,,,"'....-i',li, rois.which arenootlher l.orenzo, Gatchier, and Congress, M'Cumber, dalen Asylum, 1001; The Female Orphan plaintiff's wife and daughter, both of whom KCuaSToX, Sept. 8, 15.
wise to .. -'*.-: .ai t.,., partss of4he country, of JIaltimore, bound te windward for a market, School, 1001; to the Lying-in Hospital, 1001; died, and for medicines to the plaintiff's son, Ar. 10th, brig Notus, trom the Indian Coast
11id these plants exist in (he ancient world ? being unable to sell at Havana. to the Charitable Association, 501; to Meaih and to a charwoman employed in the service of The Notus was taken possession of in the,
Have theirseeds retained -c icg ir ti- n' pow. hospital, 1001; the Richmond Institution, 501; the plaintiff. Bay of Hlondo, on the 6th inst. by the Ir,.]fpen-
er f-r '-.m. tl-.usand years ? Can this power the Molyneux Asylum, 501; the Dorest Insui- i1 appeald in evidence, that the plaintiffand dent privateer schr Anna Jossefa, Capt. Carcias
be rei-ined t kl,g ? or whence do these plants From. Tunis--Latest. tuition, 501; the Poor of the Liberty, 1001; defendant v'ad been on very good terms and of t3 guns and 50 men, which put on board a,
come Chapelizod, CastlenLock, &. 100; St. We-- of neighborly friendship. The plaintiff was em- prize master and 6 men, and ordered her for
bu:gh's Parish, 501; Lock Penitentiary, 501; ploye by the defendant to build a house for Marac'ibo, but during the i.ll.,.eii,x riclit lie
ROM THE BOSTON CiNTINEL, OCT. 30. Muttkih Charitable Loan, 1001; stranger's te debt which was the subject ofte mate, who had concealed a LIJrbuss art.iA
Tliii. t IDeeds. A letter from Tunihis to a gentleman, in this Friend Society, 501; aund the Eye Institution, action was incurred. When the day of reck- brace of pistols, with the assistance of three
,r l.= rtl ,..i.i r., 1 hiO .- .... th follow- town, says, Peace andl Amily appear likely to s. owning came, however;, the case was altered, and mlen, who were on board, rose and took pos-
sr. a--.u- r"ic"r- ,s- -- -lhr a.-rr..land r e r r I ,. e Barba'y Courts. doctor William lThe cripple O'Brien, who came from the the defendant insisted on setting ol' a long session of her, the privateer not being b n ,umt n
l ra.t i r sr :r.s nt l tr. l l er nslr' e-,. -" it 1 I Onaro, has been- appointed mouth of the Shi,,n,,i, I ublin, in a Lillipu- score of pills, emulsions, and draughts, against The ship antd brig, under the flag <, .ru,.-.
'p nir ai li nI rsti-e 0i reouId f 'or title '9,I'r-, t" .i.i.. -here. in the absence ofthe tian boat, mad. l., l,,m-rt, t, c... lf. from uhis the plaitiff's bricks, mortar, anid timber, and detained and carried intoCatpe Il,.ily by the
deeds-; bit whin A- ..- sr. sl. H lie trans- '0 -,1I, fI i '"-r .i.tllh, ehse ill health has in- majesty ten sovereigns, and as much provisions ie accordingly made out a bill to the above Haytien Government, have been claimed by the
csi" thr i .i-I ihic sIs a l, I i.- i--i. In this ,a GU: rn. tn-- rC. u the king haid witnessed hi, sk;Illul n.,,.-g-nient the demand, brought his action, and the matter M'ain, sailed in a National schr on the 2d inst.
taas udCo"ppiger, 1ad possession-ot nearly all TIC'OTI Oi CirIilliiniC. of his little bark amidst cr,-.v d..il ..-,els. ws fairly brought to issue. Santa Martha or that place to put in
the deeds of the province .\Ier l' he -urren- A correspondent in Barnstable county in- Observer Office, Sunday .t t., >... The defendant's late assistant was called to claims a wnr was lately"
der ofihe Flo-ridns to ,e th, at,i,, ., Stae-.t manoy fms us, that on Sunday f last, a shoal of Lancaster Assizes, u rd.iduny, four o'clock. prove the set o Mrs Sherood, e plain. ang nernd barbour. She Itsa
of those deeds were sold, f.r v i-ij.lu sums of (ial of the Whatle species, to the: number of LIBEL ON THE LATE QUEEN. til's wife, was a nervous patients t ste vas previously sent her boat up the river, which
mr-n.n, ,.h,,,u ihe consent or knowledge ol nearly 100, came, or we-re driven on .shore on Ti. Kue V. HItl.,-.., .rk.-This very in-. "ot affected by and setos Shtw sort ly was taken, with the crew and two subaltern
pe pc.r.et ny th. property; thus the title of Indsi Neck, and Behchhill Cove, iin WWlfleet, -,sung ,ri,.l i,. jt, c..n-c,,,de-,;, i,. the toury, foie' ei de bybetoe le derah A fe officers, who have been sent to Sr. Jagod
every tract of land in the country was ipard-. oni Cpe Cod ; where they Werre left by the after retiring for a short time, pronounced le n eit ad b delivedto the plaintiffs Cuba.
sized. Out demand, .the above officers, .ftinsed tide. They were discovered early on Mon- defendant GUILTY. nue..i~o,,.had been delivered to the plaitis 8
to deliver up the deeds, and the sales oi. them day mnoring by a lad who was gunning, and It was a criminal in formation for a most slan- soi, but nothing of any great moment. On D vL., (Vt.) Oct..18.
became more rapid than ever. Under such who marked 57 of the best of them for his fa- derous and iniuiou Blnbel i.,inat heu' late ma- his cross examinat n, le ad fitted e had c cident.-O' Monday evening
circumstances, (,vc:rnu:-, Ja,:l.r..,r..sI Worth- other, and thei-n e-:ve information of the others. i, the Qt-. ,, .i ElI.i 'Mr Brougham heard the defeidaat say that Mrs iSherwood last as Mr. Hopkin Rowland, ofSt. Jo,,d:,yto,,
ington thought it their duty to seize, arid they They measure from 10 to 25 feet in length, ed the prosecution in a short but very elegant .was a good parent, for he could persuade her was returning from Lyndon to his place ot resi- -
did seize and take poss.'ssion of, the official pa- and the oi! extracted tfrom them, is said to be and pathetic address to the jury. to take as muc meicine as he pleased. The n iiswife, in a two horse waggon-
pers which were thus fraudulently in the mar. but little infeitor to epetmi oil. The value of The defendant ctoss-examined tld witnesses, medicines de ired for the charwoman were it being extremely dark-in attempting tu pass
ket. l they hadu d... tl, re. .ind v inked the whole shoal is estimated at 2500 ; and the and afterward made his-own defence, in a privately mart wih a view tht tey migh rather a dangerous place i the reM oad, near thea
at the fraud, they ,.u. ht t.e, .~,...;c.ljly dis. father of the lad menltioned .has been offered speech of upwards of three hours and a half.- be dlivemel te plati expense. with. Pasumsc river, between .Major Builr's and
tir..-:dJi tl. sereice.-Demo. Press. ;'I0i for the 57 marked by him. It is ex- was speech of the most vitsuperotus nature ot i kn oied o m Captain Barney's taverns, he reined his horses
1w--- I they will not. him S1500. These fish and, in the course ui',lsI esi,~g it, thle reverend 'he quantities en tom etas ban et he riiver-unfortunatesy one
There are no person wo are more trouble I by the name of the Black Whle defendant was repeatedly reproved by Mr. Ju-s. plaitff's, family Wre simmensea he charge f el ranuponthepposite bank-the oraes
... t" e4o i'e per them, in some iustaces amounted ti. wh el rail upon thmc opposite batdltine r morsesatd
Thereare no personswhoaremoretrohe- F ais formerly were coamon on our coast, tice MHr.eayd. u- o o and, hmis vwir trte Iorsds and wriptagto
some or unpleasant compsioens t-ian hose who a hs-it not ber, seer-in for mny yeai's past it The lteiness of the hour ts which the trial 1s attd it appeared that in less an two years, ccae u, ia wiy, tii bct and pr iat
thint they eir merot shufbien overlooked, and te s-id be peculiar to them, when lev find conehuded, precludes tie possibility of ou, gv- ptilts, hinth been h Ired to she 1ff' e ed-
tht they are not efficiently l,..,uiv.1 by their ..,.,, in shallow water, from fright or i any part of it, but our next paper wil on- pills, had been charged to the plintifs ac- lr howland extricated himself-but Mrs.
felow ci-izins, ",ke care, u -es, r,. not to other cause, to run on shore and perish. ta fill repo rt- c t Thebottles had been etred to Rowld met a watery g e. About seventy
abandoR yourself to such weakness, lest you tain a defendant. The jury found a verdict for thle Rowlaid nt a tary tirave. AbTuesday iustt
not only torment yourself I'. alsto disturb the ,The Dey -if Algiers must he in a very ecom- a 25 allowing the defendant's mea rcedr f1 rre waook e d out oT the river
eace and -r*rnmity of'those who are h earnest hCCfWh GtiO \Iitte. fortablesituatio, ift the following paragraph sett-offto lthe amount of 100/. w r the 'i
to you ir.n .-:...t. I and fifinity. Iti is 8dul then has already this season, been states that situation trly 't.t f t a of O abiust twenty rods belo whvrere the ftth cc-
... .... A ts. 18. EAsmru'rto, Oct 20. dent took olaoe. She was a member of the hap-


hrei-s-nodmi 'l.e.. a. o e la k Maine t snow th having lallenin The tranquility of this place was very near By a law of the Province of New Brunswick, tist church.
There is an old m xim Take ehve of the t. he.- e l. ', i i being dit-urbed lately, in a very unexp. ciedi vhich has lately been ratified by the King, ,- .. .
pence and 'the pound. will k .. er hf them tm2nne Since Hussein Pachar assumed the Doubloons, of full weight, are to pass current A peat, ving ded it che tree,
selves."n Bnt there are some ..,,, ..e .,. .e on anr.fin tha ey tne government, he never put his foot out of the anl be received for four pounds each, and the to gather the i uts, fl dowi ad boke lile.
arI throw away poud.c. .They si-,l .I y s it te n days. d '' te'on'haforte forest of,,assban., ia which the T'urkiss, .)iquoe parts thereof at a proportionate value, Miiacu, a wuai, comfirstilu, hi0n sai, tiet ifhae
with a huclster half n houir for hait- cent, a te" "days soldiery are extremely angryy, because they cay ni apnd the Spanish milled Dollars for five shil ings \vou d litw i t he ptld tevr hav
wad yet rquand -. *:lou.awu.I of dollars in a not gratify thwir t, .-a p, p ,-siTy (ol new 'revo- niid fourpence tach, and lthe alquot part,.. a rnus-hnt I, lion i tree ;ts to heia thbeggiilg
vami parade tnd usele;e oattntatiom. Suet rmnen The proposal for a convention to revise the lutions, and this os, aC-ui ,t ,I i,. difficulty of said dollar in the like proportion, id the with gt'eat ersl to hear the receipt,
and u ne-, too are : potur iv eand constitution of the starita of Georgia, has been attacking the Dey by surprise in that well fortli. French Five Frpk l'ic'es for five sihiligsa Mico sa ill t iraet m doWn f u te- t an
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.Mil RobberV. 1, .. .... ;,-.,.-r.'. to have enableid -. -f is n nw ci-H, ani i'or the first timetoi.rai.':him,
t. E 'l,,,, ,I ... l;....! .' .I.-r... h l.p .... in t hee ', i).....I' ...r r-'in ., W e inow hbe iad virtues;
,1- 1 r ., rr ,., J. '! ;I. ctemporaries, sons ~W ] bhf h idl vices, we know them not. With
'.,,'.V T-.,|. o" i,,, ,,.r.,v W ar^ a r .2 S- ,. i |,,|i00, ,, ^ ii,,",, !a0 T E a tu r- -, r i ,'.- K. ., k1 patience, he submitted to. th
'i tV'J ; I '=- f.1VIE1k'-,IhII'j' iii' I" l I'I 'i l I' *I- r A pt] patiEfl-Ce, lie sibmitterI tot tilt,
S. r ]' .1 15"' 1 t 1821 ri. i, ri' 'ir. lI r j 1 u i. "Mr. 1 -' of- h\ Ir : i i ; r.' r t.. f is God and with a confident
N. ; 1. I i. .r. s ,, *. 'r.. ,l a. |,-. h.- ,i h, h 'i i il, e, ,f rii;,.'., ." il .. ...e ..' : 1 a I''a e 'er r,.r:e 'r the sitff'rinkgs and merits its His
.r-- 1.- le ii i f,-.in.J I r1 e ehing, aeseral i,,e t'irti .,r'i l;il.-- ihi, i l,. l ii.' l ,.,J .e..h'.-.- '.1 th.: .,.,, IhitellgE ,.-- i. I t..hi rr-r.he re;ig 1 1. Spirit to imin who
art! place, in the U ij. -, E' a nigi o bi n ,. % hen get ,.r., .. l .-4 isi l' p -,I *h r: .' It ..,iil... 1- 6 ,-.1 r fr, i cl.innid, Capt. -i 1 -. ir.irnrugh ;, 40.
0lniii|,s;.;,t the .13 ck ol, a i n builir.g, t n igi t nI- .nn, erd. ort ..ch h Il.l '. I'. ,'. .. ... a l. t,, i .,,r l i, m.- I I fP.ovidence
1, :..]J \, ih il inEt i ai l believed to iha e I,- I, i I I '- i. 0I th,. L i | In':I. ':, i.i--lij 1i,'.. IFt 1 .. ..:.:.py rsnill Irn -.,rn ket, Mrs P..II) C -tli. 4 ; M r. John
been a par ,.t .the drEss. hei.-lI ing tothe mail I -."- r. til .y % a .n1 .c-i ,.-r "',1r:.: r m.k.r k .. t, ** A H,,?2,e Cllin. .2
robber, v lien he comrrimt said robbery t r ,ii It O li.e ,),1 Ih r,. I, 'ti' it n : '- ..d th: I,,p, c, Ilie i.i,.,.. ,-. c'.r in t ,.,rv-ter. Mr. Simeon Smith, a revolu-
search has been made in the woods, but no- 0 l 7-'l i '., h .i 'in dm w.ic oc: '' rdi r n f l. I' n rn I m.t I .. is r l.bI .er, 65
thiig, more toiind.-The description of the r born. In Salem, Joseph -Henfield, son of Capt.Ben
clothes foui-'4are asfollows-One fine linen the elder--Jones--becatur, the elder- Upward; nof20 'years a Mrs. F (lie 1 .1.- '' amin Cook : Dr. eni ,min K.iore.I-. .ged 10
shirt with name cut out-one pair of fine Truxton. of the R,. Mr. F. ., -tht\ mn;ri,.t' t' in Needh,4m, i-ti. Steprten 'Plimer. P'..-.or
white driitling pantaloons, darned on each e c P ,i's M ly-t.titl. :-Nih..'--Hi-ar Church ci E. gliud,' l'e..le.I .-v'Dr. C; an of the'First Church an.d S.c.,t in tlat ,Ih..e.
':i ot;i white crossed barred pocket handker- ],r''ir tii ii nlin'd. :J th,:s" .I'.S. in the in her, b '.J, i %1e e' nilu rlure .il. hi I i.el e TDir'i.-At Curracoa, on the evening of the
chief, marked B E. blue b.,rdar-one. ri.;iol 0ti'l. the p.jbiol:, i6.1, pel,,|i_ tie. -,...:iir hiim--il, 27'h Sept. Admiral Peter Louis Brion, Com.
1.1,- ii.- l :tockin:lws, w.in ..ut at tlie li El-- Th: t i.k which the writer has undertaken were un.c.-jjEdIaIr, uEiii. I, Ie i,i.. h1:,I Ie'eral marlder i., Chief of the Columbian Naval For-
,. i .E, i'Id 'l;i. iiQrId Tolinel reet- is arduous, delicate, and interesting--he attacks, and at the last, which i-,. r.I. 'ulih, ces, ini th' 39th year of his age-muich regret.
I- .. II, 1.1, r.dl p[..cket Iehrk, with must of again solicits aid--he asks for norihin. but i:'. eri, it ws belie% ,'J bt Mr. T.. Ier ii,-i.-gal, ted by his family connections, and all who lhld
the leaves torn out, with no name and Mediter- the raw materi'als"-He will manufacture e n I 'I.e Pi e, i .'ri.,i ce, :.'h.,r -,.- /,.i the pleasure of his acquaintance. His remains
reneanr Sea wrote on one leaf;. one small g.t them according to the 'e'', of hii -. .:'Irience;, ,.t'.. hir Ci .t. Ar.ig '.n -ti, L'elsl, tme lin- were interred on the next afternoon at the plan-
watch key, and six and a quarter cents in cash and if, from'the .EtI,ir'. "f /l'n ,, t 1,1.3, ile fortunatetc, It-, a i0.. ta er.' jl';FieI me I say- tuition lozentack, the family burial place, at-
-Seven obscene prints stitthed together at .,it, shdiould be condemned, he will at le-.it ing, thefortunate) lady wa., b ,ihe h.r, is ir ithe'. tended by a numerous concourse of the imhabi-
one end ofit. Yours, &c. n ,.n the satisfaction of having made a laud- at ending nurses .i... ,,,".., ,t.-' t, ..J ,e u-u,' tants i 6f that Island.
ADAM WHANN, P.M. ab'le'attempt to' rescue from oblivion the me- arrngements w,re mn,kn, ... l her ln..rid. ...r
P. S. Since writing the asove, we have dis- mories of departed patriots which ought to All thi htippe'ne.1 'i< the absence of Dr. C. Hilth Office
covered, in very. : fra pencil-wriiig., in ihe b herished, who was in Ithe 'ui m,,. % the time of the at- ti ealth .Oflie.,
pocket book, Be'nr r. ,lWar', W'aeialm. S. PUTNAM WALDO. tack, and did not return until the next day, November 3, 1821.
SHartford, October 18 l when he happened, without hearing of Mrs. Interments in the City and Liberties of Phila-
SOf elle Editors oeelannterest tis F's supposed death, to call to pay her aiit delphia, fom the 27th Oct. to the 3d Nov
11e .it oneOndoing so, he was informed by the discon. ,L. 0 1.
-- .],UI_ ,|II ,ol.r a favor by giving this ar- olate husbr.d ,l,,t ,. I,,.,p.lned; where -
lleiortofthe C.:n,r.ir..c'rn Sier. tile an insertion. upon, he, not b.,r,, p. .-tv satisfied in his DrtsEAss. t DISEAsES. -
"Thie committeetli wlhoin \us r.:e.frnel tile own mind, rcqu- l .. r-.,in to see the
petition of a number of the citizens of this Operation for Arilli. ial Nose. uppown mind, c. rp. Fl.. rn,:, to seile the rin
state, praying that the l.egisli.re rl.! take -c pie wa- not e.x I' i i thlt.i- pi, Il l .Apop I c I ive 0', 17
into consideration the miil.i.n of tl,,= people Operation de Rhinoplastique par Professor Onl in a e*- ..:- *.'. I. the pt il .. u.:..r 1 0 Hives 0 4
o .,,i., ir, held in slavery in our lth,It,, s,r. Btuenge de .'t.i'b...-,,,E quelques Ob- Jieve, c ,II.:d a.., .. .Trnti, .el bout Consumptioni of 10 3 InflammationofLungs, 1 2
ed and r-i. ~ g country, and to ,-.%,,e some 1 ri.at;.s >,,i Dr &osse. the be-I .-, s.. i ;,-,.:L,tti.,,M In i]t. curt- 0l ., i 1t 5 h Lowels i 0
,rl.0 ;..].. [" ,i into a law .for their relief ; i C ,ui I at',.- l:.J by L. A. Gosse, of Gene- a few i i, i : ,,- ,rp...- .t ,.;.7. .., :, a, ., ,,n Ml-m i 1 5 Bowels 2
'.,. .' I.. '. m ..in -erg, % i ', o -em va.) to co er.,- u h hi r n i .. ,' i = Dia a 1 1 Old Age aPot 2 0
th ,: i |,I ...,.: .' Iii ,hng sla> *C,toimnc p i ,_-'F .'m Itr' !. n. r'i Q ,..,v -17. .T,'. ,w F. wei:,i, r t,,r thir.nks Io r_. Io,. h .1 i,,r I, n 'i.i r Pr.. "D iarrh e 1 1 O ld A ge I u
ti ,,i..l w ,ll ... t, s,:. lt iem s. l'.. .1/r,. a Q., .S-,- ,. f., 1' 1i q -'J. .- c e i.- se e r, ,'s- ,i ti' r I ,. (T (I ...p 0 1 a' 1 0
c(r i ,tr-'" ..., l,. h, ii.-i r i, tth i ,r. -e- p['.u.Nl- N. N. d .i, o,'a l:ir r ,l ilicElt- ,ri- ir.'re l though,' j pri .u e i. i T. i It er .y 1 1 ,rul n t 0
C.1 li e t....- t-...1 oI I e t pi. n that i .n ed goodl -1 i,1 of' |ill until may be p'i -pe'to..J .l, ,"en. ver, R emittent 2 0 Still-born 0 4
.it ,. m. ll, r' il ln.: ... .. t,,. 1. in e ,. i je.r, when some derangement 1yers al' rti ard, IrI l. IL. n. i. .'.. 1 i' e..' 3 e1 w forms 0 1
....ls,hiy, e bible t p.,i,,Imsg them. "t'I- catamenia took place. About tiis pe- i to s6, t i a, t the tm,- l',, it..e. .- .a '. 1 plts 6 1 Unknown 1 0
i ,ves- -.. riod an eruption of small vehicles i,.I'r.-rr l ed in ,. h. r '.u-i :', -. *i ... 1 I Gan r'ene 1 1 -
.i,,, i, -..].;n.. s'l."e t.-im ".1 odpolicy o, the left part of the upper lip, lhit,' l,th. fact; anid dlil,.0 i1.r, I t,, ,iu ci.. .C... ,' S Total 67--36 31
fl l.. .... .., .. .- .. ., e I.. t ,. ti..,,t i,,I.l at different times. At herpe- tof "o r.e e s .c- i I" .C .te t.l .' ,. t e Car'ied over, 28 17 I
,,, pi,, rl tl,, .it it .- ,cl,,rkt,.a ol ,.J evidence, soon allowed whi disa lh ot he l.,ctr, r., lt.Ji were not unsparingly C Orr e o re.oi w8 17
i,., ,11 .,:n 'r ,i ..1 t ih ,t ., L,.oee-,sa, vby ,e I'red and suddenly attacked the ih J'hit t- he ,-s, *.ious attendants, werra Ofthe foregoing there were-
,I t). tdell.,, th It t i,'l,.nlan of slaves, peaked. land sude ya e the most agreeable words she ever heard in her Under year 17 From 50 to 60 5
born after theL pr,.,ge of said law, shall be nstl. The patient still continuing th ir- fe From 1 to 2 4 60 to l70
freeat ag, ,.. .g..-, o be filxe.i by s,,iJd w-a). ritate the parts with her lingers the dis- heforegbing transaction h,ppenl in a' 2 to 5 4 70 to 80 6
so to enjoin on 'T.o.e ha, li he r.n',ng l1- u 1- -aoe assumed a plagedenic character.- large sea por ton e north p 5 to 10 2 80 to 90 3
to t i.:I tihm tI., ad the- scriptures, and to Several physicians were consulted, and one rfamousfort ichmenrci. intercoursenWith the 10 to 20 4 90 to 100 0
follow some useful Iempl..vment, and, lno, also c.AnsrI.-ri the disease as carcinomatous, ports ofthe Baltic, 20to 30 9 -
far as can be,- r.i'sent t'h ilihumini p'rctice applied the arsenical powder of Frere Cos- 30 to 40 6 Total, 67
ofseparaling h6'iand .,d % i- :" me, which destroyed the whole of the carti- 40 to 50 4
B.g leave to rcpor, th.t l.c) hItve had that lages of the anterior part of the nose. Iln Pi, r-rSnri--,(Pa.) Oct. 29. Of the above number, 7 were from tie Alms
subject under .x .moatior., an.J n i ulie first the meantime the disease extended to the It is with regret, thm. n'rnootice a riot which House, and 5 people of colour are included in
proposition contained in said petition, to wit: cheeks, especially the left, without, however, occurred at the house of Mr. Joseph Wilsoni the total amount.
allowing masters, curtinced .f I'.e impropriety being attended with any pain. In this state Pitt township, at a cornhusking, on the 250tI By order of the Board,
of holding the msi ',f colour in slavery, or she was placed under the care of Di. Buen- inst. about midnight. During the evening JOSEPHI PRYOR, Clerk.
emancipate such, on terms not involving mas- ger, who pursued a.different plan of treat- most of the party had in.ulge.l too freely in) -
ters or their estates, prtoied such slave offered mient. By a:cooling regimen, antimonials, the use of ardent spirits, and there had been
for emancipation, is in a, situation to provide and a decoction of dulcamara, :seoidii all considerable tiotrcltu.o About midnight, Supeifille Cloths.n
for him or herself;" express it a. their r.pii;... external irritants, he succeeded icurnll, the some scuffling took place in the house, when trHE subscriber has on hand, and intends
that it is consistentwih the ehis i f Irmen, sres on the cheeks, as well as those of the Robert rhompson and Will,am Boni.ce :ame I keeping a fiesh supply of Hurst's best
guaranteed by the n n, to hve.nd se. The epidermis stillremained, red, out to the door, followed by Robert Wilson. superfine Cloths, which hse will sell by the
exercise the powerof e iclniotediecetoe tener and very delicate, breaking from Thompson seized Wilsonf by the throat, and it piece or yard, as is most convenient to the pur.
dictates of conscience and humanity, time to time, accordingto the state of the is said stabbed him in the ablomen with a knife. chaser.
That in all cases where chance or fortune has father, the winter season being the worst Boniface is said to have aided and abetted W n.S. YOUn
given the citizen dominion over any part ofthe The defor duced b the diseaseThompson. Wilson also received several oth
so.,.ir, rhace,noemotrof l.Ie-and whose h h. oh no er stabs, one in the breast, and one in the No. 166, Market street.
rl .,in,, hAs I~aglht Im to cruider an exer. being soideous,and the skinshow n o older. He languished under is wounds oct 26-d&cpeod7t
cise of iit J.,,mnai..n inhuman, unconstitution- tendency to resume its natural condition, Dr. till the 27th, wheu, he expired. Thompsond
al, or :.,lt the religion of ii, couniri, ought Buenger on the 24th ofApril, 1818, removed, atl Bomrce -ire now in confiement in he jil I MOV
to be permitted to remove that yoke without by means of a cutting instrument, about an of this county for trial. We have confined
the trammels at present imposed by law. inch and a half of the diseased skin from the ourselves to this generi outline of the unhip- N
V ',,,r ciinT.itltee beg leave to state that, while right cheek, and with a view to ascertain the py flair, as there will be a legal investigation n 2tA 'lT A A t3(DInS3a
thil, fe:i;-llpose,1 t.. am.nud the law ala d gi.i, state of the constitution. The wound was of it, and we wish not, it the remotest degree, "
a."e it. ,glir, th'3 vih it not to be pr%,-i, br.i,i=;( together by three sutures, and corn- to influence the public opinion. The dreadful PI S. 1L'I .I BRO W VN
ted to the ni e otf IIe untfeting as.d gsneci'u, plete union took place at the end of the third catastrophe is, however, another solemn war-
who, to rid l, n.is-elies ..t i4 burden ol tuppEr day, the cicatrix cvnioli.ili-Ii,. and rapidly ni,.1; t1aiist it.e iri-n.r.r-,.-. r spirituous r"IAKES this opportunity of rtturniiig, her
tinig the .,. .1 e, ho.u lili I.,- btn ,b-l,.-- disappearing. Encouraged by this trial, Dr. liqiiior, as.I of hse Jod' ence ot those evil It sincere thanks to her fricits and the pub-
ted to the service of such a master, .would Buenger, in fifteen days afterwards, operated passions Vli.-1h arise ouut of the baneful prac. lic, who so liberally patronized her eatablish-
seize the olnpuriitly of casting such on the on the left cheek, where the skin was dis- ice.-Alercury. ment in south Second street, and begs to in-
public for support. eased to the extent of a crown piece. The form them that she has removed to
Your committee beg leave further to state cure was equally speedy, but the cicatrix re- A.?NO. 1 9, Soul:i FFourth Street,
that very few cases have occurred where slaves mained rather prominent. Alpine Farnmers. Andr
freed, in the state of Tesnessee, have become In about a month after this he undertook And ele ntends openingg for ther inspecton an
a county argtee. the cure ofthe nose, and wishing to obviate The farmers of the Upper Alps, though by Milliuery and other Articles,
Your committee, therefore, recommend ais all deformity, lie resolved to replace the skin no means wealthy, live like lords in their
amendment ofthe law, granting the prayer of of the nose by'a portion of that of the thigh. houses, while the bariest portion of agricultu. Suitable for the season, and begs to assure
tIhe pei tionp, so far as respects the county With this intention he began to separate the ral labor devolves on the wife. It is no uncom- them "noing shall be wanting on h ter part to
heablty ave, not likely to become a county whole of the diseased skin which covered the mon thing to see a woman yoked to the plough merit a continuance of their future favors.
charge.o
On the second point your committee areofnose, takingcare to preserve the periosteum along with an ass, while the husband guides it. ON IANDI)
opinion that it is wo'hy the consideration of o tle bones of the ossa hasi. The woudwas A farmer of the Upper Alps accounts it an a't Artificial Flowers,
I.- h L-ir e po examine intothe policy of left exposed, and bled for four -hours. He of politeness to lend his,-wife for a few days Feathers in great variety of colors,
-r.:. ;,.. for the, emancipsaion if those yet un then cut an oval portion of skin from the out- work, whenever the favor-is requested. Frenc d andhisg Trim gsver
Ladies' and Childrens' Chlinclillas and Beaver,
born-)li-erty to the slave has occupied the re er part of the thigh, measuring three inches. Canton Crape Long Shawls,
search of the moral ind philosophical states- He- p]e'cr d this morsel on his hand, removed Scarfs for the neck
men of our own and other countries; a re- a certain quantity of fat, and with a pair of The elder We-sl.:. had a clerk, who was a Gold and Silhr Bands,
search into this principle extends wide into an 'ir inoddled it into a convenient form: whig, like hi. rria i, and a poet ao, ofa Cobourg and Basket Trimmings,
evil, wbose root is perhaps dangerously eatwin- tII, -kin,'while exposed to the air for a quar- very original kind. One Sunday, a ren, .l;..to- Cords,; Tasels and Buttons,
ed with the liberty of the only free govern- ter of an hour, became white, cold, and ly after sermon, hesaic, with an aiud;ble ,.,-:e, And a variety of other articles too tedious to
ment. On a su.iject so interesting, it cannot shrunk considerably. The bleeding from ,. Let us sing to the praise and glory of Gon,, a mention. oct 26-d3t&eodtf
Se improper to enqvire ; therefore, as a qnes.- t iI,. 0,, li.is ir, ceased, Dr. Buenger applied hymn of my own composing." It was short
tion ofpoiicy, it is recommended to Ic ln uber Ihi. pirti.,n .I' detached skin to the wounded and sweet, andrun thus :-
Youir committee also advie a provision, by these he applied adhesive straps, and a ban- King William home is come,
iaw, if the sam, i. prir.tcal-le., to prevent, as 1,te to support the whole. The patient was "The'refore let us "-,.g.lr sin r
far asp ssibJe, thl. ..ep..r..,ng husband and wife. jI.,,er ., on proper diet, and desired to cover The Lymn thit.s ,. ..1 I'e D'um n liS
1 .Unanimously agreed to in committee, the nose frequently with her hands, with a (esley's Works, vol. 15, p. 109.) No. 38, North Eighth Street, Philadelphia,
J. PECK, Chairman. view to warm the parts with her breath. At 0ESPECTFULLY informs the Dry Good
the end of three days, he removed the dres- L "i Merchants, that he still continues the
R"e d".1" R, sings. ,The middle portion of the grafted a.iRRIED, above business of Dying French and Canton
.s. "."ies skin had assumed a reddish color, but lthe On Wednesdli.y v..-nirr.g 1 .t, the "1st inst. Grapes, LevatinlVes, Mantuas and Florence
--edges near the sutures, were purple and gan- by the Rev. Brogan II -l. 11r. th1 vmuN C1AW- SIks, .atins, .Velvets, Gauzes, ,Sewing Silks,
FRoM THE AMERICAN MERCURY. gr-ntlio-. She was'ordered to apply warm yo.n to Miss Ais. N..ightlier .f the late Samuel II bait,., &c. and restores Silks to their original
Ar. 7,t:.,.:;-In e.l',i-,,pic(e iof a "re- lIn.Ei.iiatiorn-. The space between the sutu- Wayne, Esq~ .ll i- ,l'ti ci. ,.io,.E --liniil,/tet- B. mb..'.-ens, Poplins,
Iq "," I Philt,: y,,u ob .u,;I, v inmcli. n ri -- i- i ullt., 1,, jt IthI. l,- t,- i pIart separated Or.i l: i...,,, ev-s.,ig Is y', by the Rev. Dr. l'. lt- R(.evs nr- atd, t-ih IeShawlsDyed,
,ouir u-,:riIl and interesting paper some ini .t,,t. ...l'tnii,ui,.,. ThIie cicatrization Wilson, itr Ai.ajt'in I'tR r,, U. to Pressed or Sponged, and every article o' i
weeks since, 'anrd *l.;i.h no less sL. ii;iel, ol thi. up .-rp ,rt a.l'.,n, ,d ,inickly. When Mias M-ani IIl uniem, t.,.ih ..ftthis'city,. athi t himlf m h 'rT
was extracted ;it-, tiiri v of the leading Ga- 1,,ine,. e i el t I .1.. ..1il,r 1819, it pre- On Sunday morning the 28th of Oct. 1821, S.WI. flatters himself from the long experi-
. Il .:.,f ll,,- ,.[.,.bl,:, a very considerable sented the following appearances. The skin in St. An's Chtch, hI ..... ,. t i,,.. favor him wib th e business, all thopes he whill b may
i..., :.,u..i I.. have been gathered for an which covered the bones, was fine, shining, by the Rev. Mr al. ,,bk, ic. l.rd M i- favor hable m with their rdesatisfactionpes e will b
intended ,Ul.1.i;.,i.i,,n to be entitled "mo- tender and alit.I,, above and behind, it n chamst of few .,' :ea ,,h ,',, able Angive geea tise ataction.
GRAPHICAL SKETCHES o0. AMERICAN NAVAL Ws .it,.-d r\ ih tse integuments of the tace; auh'.rir i t'ce. rultpe ',tchi t s. of the busiemes." (ood recommendations will be are-
HEROEs iN THE WAi OF TI E REvoLUTI oN."- at Il.s' int.Eir.r part, it was a little deficient AtrMouti Holly, ori Sunday evening last, by quired and respectable connections
il ;- ,ii,- t for some n>t.- [p it li.s O,.t|l'EI,J under iher l,..t... .ift thenose, and curved in- the lev. George Y. Moorhouse, Mr. TsotbAs aug 9-d&cp2aw3m
,,.l ,-.i tl.- attention cu l the suh:.:(il..r. He I :tl-, t l i..,H:-I lyon the right side, where Mo( rE, of this city, to M;IsMaii n Siau ir, of '
was induced to commence the work, not ;t ihitti ,ni,.ly formed the nostril, The the former place. .T l i n ''
more by his own inclination, than by the so- cicatrices extended from the middle of the At Upper Red Hook, N. V. on the 30th Oct. New I hinting Office*
licitation of'his friends, whose opinions con- dorsum of the nose to the base of the alhe, by the Rev. Mr. Kittle, Capt. Jows Downrs, of
lirmed him in the propriety of his own.- and resembled those.which are produced by the U, S. Navy, to Maria Gertrude, daughter J,.}JLE G. W 3J'fTT S &. Co.
"our 'Fathers!wthere are they'?" was an ejacu- burns. The inferior septun of the alat exists 6fHeerman Htffman, L.-] T ddohe 1bihm nt '
actionn ofan ancient patriarch. The mem- in part, and the interior of the nostrils is ap- lt charlestown, by tIe ,-R.v Mr. Walker, Mr. HaveaddedtotheestablishmentoftheUnioa,
betrs of he "old Congress"-The signers of parently sound. The upper lip is still the Jacob B. Comnegys, merchant ot' Trinidad, to N. E. corner of Seconmd and Walnut-sts.
the Declaration of American Ini]emi:.-idenc, -'l-st ,f-Uliiht morbid irritation, but il other Miss Sarah '. Lee, daughter of the late Judge A NEW ANT VERY COMPLETE
-the officers oftheArmy and N. '. of th,: in.,,".. -i ti,.- patient is quite well. Lee, of New ...... li. tt. O
"thirteen colonies" in the -..anvy period of Dr. Buenger now proposes to form the ex- Job Pr innt O fSice
tie Rt.evohlutionary tiii.le-I-'- where are tremity ofthe nose at theexpcense of the ari, s
they?" They are, most o'them, reposing in after the nmaner ofTaliacotius; and intends DIED, liere ,fo EE' ,, '',s..pa, t.I ex.eoute o'dersfo'
the tomnibs of a country, the independence of to remove the diseased part of' the upper lip On Thursday afternoon, Mrs. MaE'Ir, in the BANK CHECKS, POLICIES otF iNSU "
which il. .-.:ui; 11., th. ir t..rl. th-ir blo.ud by the biotoury. 54th year of her age. LAw BLANS. 'ANCE,
9ir sCiii dI il-. l ,r,.u.;h Cthe ni:dium oil On Soturday afi-rnoo'n,3 S inst. Sosi xWaR- COiMMERCIAL BLANKS, O ATALAOGuTES,
the pre. .... I. .h I he i p..i..duium 'o,,t lutri- Observation by Dr'. Gosse. Om, wife of'Fisl!ourn Whar'ton. PRICES CURRENT, 'T MILITARYv NOTICES)
tihs, avnd Il.: .so.urI : S I ,-ti l _., -ledi.t, Tm The question of unitealdigrcftJ'i.ghas much On the-2'd instant, of a short and painful ill- cniiCULAR LETTERS, LOT'TERY TICKETS,$
have L: ..t.-.1 sm.:tl.hn "l" l! te ;...ntic engaged the attention of modern physiolo- new's; WIIuast NoiutAScTor, in the 29th year of ILLs o0 LAfINo, LOTTERY BaLLS, '
Statesne,,.,I .1d, ..,.iltrs ,:1 thiSit i.ot iripc.i t- gists and pathologists. Although thelabors his age, -rpec .1.,-1 .,l ...rTn ci' i.'o. sn much CARis, s tAND I.LLS,
ant ep.,..'.1,, .101. L.,- t ,eiiry-ht lhe rt of'Taliaeotius had placed beyond a doubt lanIedi il it,.t l.
s- ar. thoe hkeoha.h:-t e p sinilyrity of tra sposig h g arts Andever other description of
ir..,ist' tE- si.'t,:led and hrs.'t* ..tt ,il ot when a particular management was obser- gerin t '..,l: .. .as, sq of e
-I .t i,. .d, and catch the narrations of the yv d; and -. ii i :i.li. g til. ac>:E;ou or .i ..n i i it d e .


few hoary headed Seamen who survive, tt by Garengeo.t and ot lr:. it hi.a bir,-n denied "'. ; in the 2?.h year of hi, I A w A,"I n, n riN v STYLE.
learn the Uislulpi-s'"d .rdi'b- v,iv-itt-Is of Ilei even in the=,- li1,n -.. prirlicu. lsilt i I l'anCl' age, aN I'Mr ithn. V. \Lii in, Printer. For three' o h "' ,i. tilll\ I..' -t the friends of the
matchless -- Na.'..l Hi.....-," ,hlr the-n di that apart nl -ie..ir Ielar t, d i', the b,,dy, ye-r i.. h,.I o,r n sorely afflicted with con. establhshment, apd the public, to favor them
red,, with means -,pp1ir.W rly %,ihl-ly i, :ll- is capable o)f I -.:Equmirin rt duhly. 'he sumplion. ,We kniwl him well. fle served his with a share of patronage, which -i.1u, hill
cient, to assail the jiriEinii, r":.-cite o th.e thing is noi s hE" ir, t ir.i. l 1p i,.lhe m-rEt thprenticeshiip in tir fOui, -. Ia,...we would not endeavor to merit by a constant personal at-,
Oc i .in," .- Britain tl.ni call:J m d S-lid i cill authentic fi,.i-. .\A It 1 in i: iraiil1latr lj.Il be doing justice tI' l ....r ', if we diid not, tention to their business.
herself, upon her ti- ,.,iit.'l. n1. .ir.[. and iji r.lt..-d |-i.r .tu, .1' skin front one- ani- when he is it more, 'k' ..i .'. 1-, '. 'li he wras Their arrangement -,. -m'. is- ito, n l':l;
.\ ; .i,'] w i lti M......r i ta ti t: iif r-,d I.' .auitlil r, aril I-ir. ii. ng.'r has herede- w dusitrious, moral,' adit well dl, ....... W ith them to execute all l r. i. i .. i h rucir. i tli
i;s ',... l,.u' lun,. sit -.utitte'.:rti ]i.,- lien dis'-, monstrated that the same phenomenon rmay, ptuasure we have often lE, ;-- I'irn .. ,1 his' (.it'liafilons the C,,nil,,y *.,iins ,lIt id.
covered by rsaarc'a,t and e -ivd from bq c1. cit, ia the. hamas species.- grateful bhart wasl ar) u.iiikl t i t hart ed to 3,jt.,: "'I


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IEF, Phil M.-%,Ns.
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1) 1. CflI. j ts, lim. -,
Hiti r Ir, lump,
Do. salted, insp]
CIlEFO4E, CSr.n
f tALt, \ nginri,
1_' TFUN, L.-,ijiri a..
I),. e I.;r G i'.
COu 'i I'N rods, tz
- Slur'1.g1, white
SD)o brown
Ghecks, 3.4
l.u 7-8
.Do 4.4 -
Stripes
Plaids:
Bedtick
Chambray
FEATIIERS, (Amer.)
FLOUR, wh. P. S. F.
DB. rye,
DIo, corn meal,
De. do,
FURS, beaver, N.
Do. do. S.&W.
Do. bear,
Do. r,,\, gr'iy,
Do. do, red,
Do. mink,
Do. muskrat,
Do. ot'er,
Do i raccoon,
GRAIN, wheat,
Do. r\e
D,,. cc.rn Per.n.
1.o. do southern
Do. oat_-.
GCLNI'NOW' DEIt, Am.
IIAMS,Jetie' & others
IRIN, in b.ra
Do Sheet
Do Hoop, large
Do do small
LARD, Pehn.
LI:.\ IIIEII, S house,
Do. seal, other
Dio. upper, dre-.-.d,
I.UMI'Lh', \,z. p. |t
L JI .L ', .. p ,i ,e 1 i -t ii
Do.ldo. heart, 1 in.
Do. do. w, p. pannel,
Do. do. common,
Scantling, pine,
Do. heart pine,
Do sap
'Laith, oak
Oar, rafters
Tinmb, pine
Do inch spruce
Do oak'
Shingles, cedar, 3 feet
Do cypress, 22 iii
Staves,pipe,.w o
Do hhd do
Do do red oak
Shook., white oak
Staves, bbl w. oak
Heading, oak
/ 0r.l.,, ,Ih.,'ed
Ml L.A,,I.S, 9 II
N.AN AL S l'Uit-.L, viz
tar
.Iitch
Rosin
T'uripentine
Varnish, bright .
Do black
Spirits Turpen tine
PORK. Jer. & Pa. m.:i.
Do do do c.,1g.-
fRAGS,Domestick
RICE, New Crop
SPIRITS, viz.
Brandy, pch Ac. 4 pr
Do do Pa. I pr
Gin, Phil. distil, do
Do Country do do
Rum, New England de
Whiskey, Rye
)Do Apple
STEEL, Country
SUGAR, N Orn; prime
Do Loaf,
Do Lumip
TOBACCO, Jas. River
Do N. Caro.
Do Kentucky
WAX, Iet:'s, !l,
Do do ,1 'hihte
WOOL, Merino
Do do in grease
Do 7-8 clean
- Do do-. .c.ease
Do 3-4, clean
Do do in grease
Do common


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BRISTLES, R. lst sort lb 50
Do. do. -d do 20
COAL, Liverpool bush 34
COCOA, Carracecs .c.t 28 -
COFFEE,W.I. line gr lb. 30
Do 2d lquii;ty 27
Do 3d do 27
COT. YARN, No. 10 55
HOPS, 1st and 2d sort
IRON, Rus.ia bar ton 100 -
Do Swedish do v3
Do English do 95
LEAD, pig cwt 7
MOLAS'l.S, ,W. Tndia i ., 32
MUSTA1I ., .tintt's .'i., 1 15
NAILS, a rui.nhit tr. Ib 9
PLASTER.of PARIS ton 3 75
PAINTS, R. Lead, dry cwt 9 -
Do. white do. do 12 50
Do do. do. in oil 13
Do Span. Brown dry, 2
Do do do in oil 9
Do Ochre yel. dry 1 75
Do do do in oil, 9
RAISINS, Malaga cask 8 75
RAGS, foreign lb 5
SALT, Liverpool, fnc L,1tL
Do Turk's Island
SPIRITS, Jam. 4th pr. gal 1 10
Do W India, 2d.& 3d. 75
Do JBrandy, Cog. 4th do 1 50
Do Gin, iHol.1'st pr. 80
STEIBL, Ger. Halbach lb 13
Do English,Crowley ag IS
Do do blistered lb 12
Do Swedish 6
Do Trieste 6-
SUGAR, Mtus. prime cwt 12 50


Do do 2d & 3d qual.
Do HaV. wh b.prime
Do do'2d & 3d equal.
Do'C.,r. is, UCtiua
TEAS, lly' oui
Do Ytous ng 1, 'r
D1) TII n s'ki
tIu b-. i.n." ..,,,
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D .,,j -'I '. _.1 qual.
Do St. Domingo leaf
Do Natchit. Carrott
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bee ehrid PrvY I te de a n them. and tho-descent is about the steennes of was on her bearm ends, and full of water. The ,_i".., I
Tothe Citi.zens r the Loviidoas ,dedc ,tey meane e-hem. adcoi no t se ptis Yu ie soute pn i o surviving passengers and crew were ioase -, l .
-- .~ Ir~ o cle ,n -l^ n sh u ~ n (:..--, 11.1. _, 111 "S Y, .--- 1
The- [rory g:od feo me- .r" ,ect an, shooSd a nh lh e, u til, o the mate, succeeded in clearing the bout,'i "- _. .-
The temporary err. ,ru,:.. on .1 .re gv-rn- r. them under the influenced fmomentaryp,.- .'- ... I n-,_u ", ,_ rance u to which they all embarked at about halfpast -, P,:c.: :i, ..../ e ,i, r-,.,:,,;:a,..t B;a,,.!1,-andy-
rent of, these p.-o",,c-,c-, .Sor l inm in he 'ct 7onr, offeelin., be d,,6,,- ,0l the mt;a- oa.-It'l l, a ..r %. lot, 11 ; uppos f o and k.pt under twhc hya e lee of the wreck till day st .t.-_ lo r ,, e, \ w r,_ Q, 5. B wheat y
of congress of t,.e Ip "--..,'",r, :., t itbe p,, ,tires hhave p, ..:.--. ,,.. i urn of their sober about 100 feet below the suface of t.he and k,pt n te rting, whene of they discovrck tilled a white, 1 Jo cJ, .0 coit n, per 57 bs.)
ers conferred or, n. -. tl,I p re,.id ..,-r. of the I ,. ,rm e .t,, 1 f.'e l confident they w ill be co earth. pi ,.. roof w as a-.- I.i ia the nouthwe m rd It w h en ,t.h e rodl >o e-d nwh; e, r .-25 ; w whiskey, ,pergal29 plas-
United States. I have the satisfaction to an- peiil ,, pp, ... ,and -.....- --..., it ....""I f ,1" ,," ,,- for her. and were so fortunate as to be dis ter (leperil) Sg
nounce, is now complete. If it possess imper, Considerations ofa personal nature, and the 'gedrocks. All, i 1,1,. .-I..., .,,.-,ii u 1 ,i ,fOrhe,, l taken up. Then-.w r pr.-, J t o be -
fections, or defects, h' e '-rIt h c .g n.,n wil situation of my.family, require g mty absence smnle, you co, .. 1,1,,- ... *,i th:. Im t he h ris, capt. ,-l. l,ei,. i, No \ >,k r I. r i t ., .' h.e t',. e uRich,,,J birket, Oct. 30.- -
its. r'.make due allowance, .e' he d at itisthe, from these provinces for short period, I make -r,' apt ,h) Ii... ih, c',ci-i, d I,,,, '* ,,*1' ,land They -,,. u .li. d %%,,I ,J.s 1r n roh ,co v r. crds.ile- i .l I--, ,dO to l.in
its .l.r.; %.,. ,,,i ,t hrt, a d k, thn that in *-,. rnEi_- ti.Te, l, e g.,.vcrnm ,,l 'F,I |. ,: 1.) .|, .,*.: II .-.1 .,I l t -I l, r 1 it.- ndI tre d f indi t ,- r",r, Tr h. fihe It, .7'- J') l .11.'rlI--Corn Iai' 'i--- F -.tr ,
i teso n., ,e ,ht.cl ln ia 1 5.v .l 1, : r, I 0,d1 I L t Florida is placed under the charge aid i-..- .,:h,:I,.- I r, i..I -'- ,' .- h .r,,s it- 1r,,,n-,, ,%1.. It1eie ..,i ',..r It,.- & %. c hut on cor,,- 5,); 1. ,, I- Meki 50 c, en,-- W h t I
into tI,. >l.e Wi, l I 1 d.n o o l 1 ti.ington. ,.4. ro.3c,- It ,l-... .,r r. | .- |.. : ;.., k. -, ro.l rT,.,kii :. c.-nrpl- e ,i al .,- l,,- f a 1 pn i Dat 'j .
t e r W h e r e t h e r ut l e o I t^r r on f lW ,,etli nt o n l l. -. l n .- e -,n,- ,,t- r l .1 : I" .' r .. l .,.:r I, k ,t d.. em i le r e "- a. 1 5 l p -
cr..;il. nn ,1u tl,.,. .llow t 4,l., b r t ;., v |(.e, a |.r,, i .I I., I.-- ., ., I I hl| ,, -. I,, ,, i .It It'. l ,11 Al .%, 1 .. .., .r ht ..a ,,.,m I t It.,r r mn. ,ni a Ct
nn, I itr C r, ln, [t kI,; _,1 1 I.\lm n,, r C, I-q i ., l ,, .,1 S.-e. .,- -l en ,I .I ut nI,=I, .. S t41r-I., fkilhtra..H. 1..I .- :1 .I"
T .w e r e t lb ,,;. r.. b n h I,. m:, 1 l .v ._ ln L |, ,rf ,,,.' -n -, r ,-t ,, ,l .l J o 1 't. ,. m .. 1 .. -, .. ,' ,.,, i i.,, l 1, ,.u? ,,n lk,, ,,r 111. ', I ll c i om ..
I- -U.* .In, I in .e I i ,I'" trX ... detI .., r. "fo l il -ra-,u-W ,- ., I ..I -. ., .., 1 .w .l. .:,n r o orri ic t u sn r.l l .' t*..: 'u,
deat it.. I-t. t, .t h al ,1 .. _I ,. jecltheof -,wr kI.,_','I,,, I- -hey U ,"C reIhI,,6."l I1 t..._ I W l esIhI. .I I .I ..lav,,--eton Mohd 1*,,F,. k 11,ite I _t3
i 1 ,. w l ~.witie."1; 1o -,,: lect~tO ,,,uo:It lIr.,.-,.,lI, ga Si 1 ey may respc l ",. I,- "11'. }l I I'' 1 lI-' 11.''it dl :hJI h n t|.' I 311-j I n O$'d O f.I | a acentqzl1.I -011,1d. .- u -1o.-e, ll2 i i "' Upl,, 1, '. gI 1-,I I 7
ti, .I c -.,, "l .- t .-' I ,- .n.1 iv ely recei tve fi .om the press der 1,.: L ., I | j. ,., I. .SI ,h i ,, \ 1 ,1:, ... : ,.. ,. m morning. r( 'I I-,-I. ,T,..I' newI, .I 6: a 7 ; B altim ore, 6
S""n '', tates, th rough mehT e ars mL1 A ,bo t( :. ^n 6.-.cn. Jue 7';;ert .. 1.
thalt III( ,, I,.,bna lli I t' th 'el, t'. l~r.., r, ce III ,'-t i 1 t r,..,m ,-I t....' ld 11.1. :",,t, ., .. i _,., .-.. .,I I I .! I- + *l- i t : 6 7'.h e :; c n ~
'rlive iw h-my, o-t,, I cr to l I --I fully to protect andtmaina'tainil II.. --, ,I _/. .,,1."I I_-t" ,' ter I.lil.- 1 ID" 1'n1-I Tile steam boat #,,,-,:,-l.,r L t. ~v,n.p to, Iu, NA 1" K lrm;, IjI "; I a.I S.ir 'IS; at, _"'i-, ',
.a e .n- han i a t t o a atI ,'I ,i l mi e, n'o u o eb o h r o t. o e e po' l P. Lie s'Wa -I3CLall esar
which at this moment- ,11 r n" l r, I l ti i 1 and wnhabtants of whatsoever description in ... .... es y n cl e a l i ,,-.
h ,c at t h i s iu i;,. .ir i .-d b en r '1 m -e. th e s a. d provnc in th e p peaceful enjoy [ ..... I'-So, .." r .i io cay .o n Tu esdayr noo ,a vy,, h I., n ,..ln %,1- >ct.e r mI nic h' ; P e s 7 ap l, ., ...,P
I,, ,I ,, ...., j ;,.I I ,,I I, ay ailternooo hawi;+ ,-rcr, gr, ........I i k e ,cr tte r m o h n ~ 2 ;if r.it
e I,, ., ,,n I ri c, t I, .. .n I '.ir i I o f tt h e ir ig lts p ri v ile g e s a n d im m n o,. ...- I I I I" I -,I e ,e s 1 e b e1' teis s d e o fv so.,n, f do p t di n o -eatI- 2 9 lood uers T h e
'11-..,,J h Un ited Stat s i--rf l, i a Gnov und er t ie constitution ofl the ll'n, ..... n..j ,II .,.: tim e b e.. 1 ...Ii e t th e subj ect .. ., 1. ,,,: I IS,.- O n.it th a r e p lhc ah1tt I O'CI -k P NI. 1-1 t,

p rin c ip a l o f thP- -e .- c ,i l.' ; ..- ;'c",rsl ao i e pnm b I, u Tc c,,r ,| |h.b.u'.ll e p th A n ,, ,, .n .... ,,h|.;..n a ..toie u r s hr, n e p ov2 o r e sheoa ota-;I S n --A h a s b e e soa d th is w e e k ar .
sons, property and religion, until they -I,.ll l- 't 'I \, it .' .-.. ..- .r *".11 ins "-min I. ; 1-8. l-o. sb t tia
.. f I t. Si n ti.. I!.,%tI,,-,.IL I enjoined by myvties of this IV ,,,I- hii ,..l-ii : II ns18 conlrol uni- t"e... m. .place
.. ..co poal lro th e pri ie e ns o e ,i- and, ,, ,, s.eso. r, r, i ,r I. .1.11f..i.. ic' itoto s ay, O n W ednt e.or O n.esd y, the o., n:',, n, after m uch I- .- -- .h.e
zens of the UnitedeStat s.fnpr nt Siln .ountry.itc AN I JACKSON, no i" ...... l,, .. ; without r debate, rejected the provision adopted in om- T o- bo be .011d at Pub ic;. Vendue, .
"impor tant part f ray fun ."Ih %, .nI, ,.Governor fthel Ploridas,&c.&c. sin i, ,, ,i -.l. ,..-l ,-I Imittee on the subject of,'.-: ,,,, ,,,, f.. e o n ,h ,1 ,, m of the EleventI
..ee th *.. .. acola Sep temnber 6, 18'2 1 T h e1s'con t c ave is a b o u t o ..- b .... 1. l o fe,,;1 ,,,J te-p revisions ot th e o ld l e astht ,, ]h + ; ,r,h,, i n ex t, of th e P rem ises,





Vis the oreesi, is pe rh 'Ihe sirngest in \r. we ii -me n n..,i r~pii|,-r tacommu ni e ,,. ,,,ii-, o, .. .|i ....l l-**Dan pas- tion w., l k..n. It 11 nov -.ipu-ct uHe co ] ll.,r n, ro,,, ,rnr three hundred aId
worlt ; because, the most wealthy ead n d,..et l!. is pe..l.-.. m .- han ay otler man i".ve-i ,.I,[, a mile fro ,, ,, the fo rmer, an.1,,... .iti yon mention l, 3b i -,i ur ee ,,.k l r... A part.r,;i.is n aursn a .. o f l and, adjoi sting en d of
zposfiEf in society, house as weakthin I'.|.p.).i wt 1h-, -l f.n* y i 1 .,. ,,,-,, ,,, i. ,, :. is d- t m --- jhn a:o.i. ... sup and those onsie iousyopposedl b to doing milita bout
eto it, a s te most humble and obscure. Ir k.., .. ''idual so pecula r,.ly deman l .d in such a cait. t t o a1 easr, by m s of artificial e r r i nr bufdreot acres o t.r.' .... r ,.l it,, 11 ... .n ,,sltati
guarno distinction between an ex aoernor and a --a iis that requires, and rom the very ,, ,... e UIT rr Se. t k one hundred of first rate -ranch lu.. .-
rep l asan t iis, ali have had eeadm it t ure, o l.. l.. d,,,|.. i '. i ., ...., ,,, .- 1 ,c t i ,, |, ,1 -,,.-. -- I P reI I r.:..Tllbll,: b '..lh forward a new .i. The Timberis within


In Hie c..urs.= .fm ) li,.t ;.'riinitratii-.r. .'r.,? ieS3 en .. He er ".-" ".J i .".. *i I i i .. =- *..., "riin T S vA lA .i" i i..r CT "), llr-( nr ilr 0I p .L.I..-: i 1. p. er. T hz e ie en
,: l..u, tor,, ,,, l o ,r.o r J, l,,,-ir qur" mr,.,. ......... .. .. h 1 .. ................" :. .. .1l. 1, I, .", ,,,, I The ,t...n,,r.. < t yellow J p.ol n ent,, ,.,. Ec. tpcln p .s .. .rn; 1n a, ,.w a
and foe nd ari read I ear.,t w hen.. i tl, l...required s i m y ... ..... |. .rr .. j | m urd t M ... I.: t a l i gl i, .L l **.-J- ..o.tA-ly
.. .r .d p r. "fo t" ,o r c.v sh,:.f -, : : e :he e dsomeIintell g ence.ont e o >Lon tep1wout. 1 r I_ ,S1,.I. :o mk t. : ab. .t-.s larg1 e agai -n as th.e o o d court .r "'e ..
gll/ret ,.tile prot.-I, n nu hess rbl muI n. -- '.r. p *. .- I= *I + ad ch n 11 : .r t ja u f o. "n ce.re' T 'h se il o 1 0 th" n The r is oit t h TdV l m si es alO i
M w s 1 .. .. o e I :10-y h b -t 1 -1n iti u s l ate Conduct, v si ut<. ,i .' ,_ i t: IS,;t ,l 1, width b ut m. ech r on tih. pu tli c re avri ]i- e i- ;I J- k li n s ih dmi les ro




.r -01 0 a. .s I 11I .-e .h s .. le l.I G enr J'a em s nae mor n umst, tI eI "o I .'" o '"'--'" :- 0-' I 1 n eb "o' "h i. re.:.m. '' '.. :"'- "'ner 1 .?m ,B In ,n I at ,.It o wn buid three y ro
A :;1t ll' g.-A.' 1,2[h l^lf.ii a: Ii i. aoI. 1 ;i. II; L t il [II1. quo., I, VS .. o"11 .rI!R 9




o W nd pr -cuip.eMof om- K..j.i ,1 m., .t twas conversant wih Is d s nd to u rheeie ear I 1 l l |u a er. .pp tl 1 r 1 f t ,
vte freesiinth e Floridas, lt..ir.e r in g the in efi lectually. Office is no holiday wi h himni; ex. I,.-.- .1i', i I..-. 1i)l. In short no person da nceti for some t.i me pws, t. compn.ly e o .T i w be---- r er the-
b-t.,..,,"tl!."evidenc f.l.. r'l.'.'pro haustedashe,.,ypesol ft ue an exe t.. ,lA & th' teengs causd by the or 2 "t -, rdc d d' acre, or inpr, oisui t p urchasers. e d t
erty. l imprprr .-.i fthe in i e continues o the very Ltest hour to coatemplain I or J.ur, ublmity, and the road by I I belonging to Mr. R. Any person wtir to view th property






general o; H.vti>ri.., ., iill.i.li,,.1 ;]. 8.. ..,, lhear evider.-e, *lo take minutes, to compare beauty, can ,.:.I,.,,: tln, e.*..* In without the who was acquainted with his person, to an ap- .ef ^""". .0.. will be attended to by
or archives of this n ,.., ln .,, .., ,,,.,a ,. testimony, to decide-and finally his decision most i-rateful *,,-d 1,..:air,^ ,,-- .'eions. This pointed place near Mr. Curvoisaas plantation, ... l... l" L-.y.,r-., or Nathn flaies, li
-pressly se n t o receive them, incre ,-ased, the bicsmes alw. He coI l i a s ,y e t. wo cha, cae is about a quarter of a mile in extent 'bot eight mile rom the c'ty. When first I.... of l n' dn" la n r
necessity of vigilance on my part. It was ,de s of JhGenrl and the ge Let uf like and (I p,.rir, is attended with no e ew wh c o we to commence at 0 o'clock on said day
ow r. fl. r. soc ety, ... .reas.weak in .1 .:.. I,. t wise, speak of what w s s, at d in an ex ract, "ulty, It be,,, ,g capacious a',- -I I, smooth after t- po .e *i. ionnck....e c 'IJ .) i .I ,.J ..-nc .Ilsup be given and conditions







there -i..r. J,"".ie n ..e u fI .| c],i I.. i.:'..* i,, n., which we republislied from thic lD-.--. ,, ,, th< entrance. On onie sides is heard by E sex, under prete'ice of canu ':'' -'k 7 rn.. ,^ i,-,.ui.n
hands .I. i.Is. ,,J,, ,1 1,, *. ,.,,> li,,... Press, s. aicle rather of ,rumour than of ,,fr. the mutrmuring of a stream of watter, which Ipn.. no n h pL'^ou'rsus he immediate ALSO,
docureit, asf i .-re .-osthumble and ob ure It ,,.. i "i W e u" d rsand t e t t in th" e ,is J tt lease, by e pla s through r r.1 "e'tr On arife l~edt,~a my duty *; alrnative w here is thto gener a d froi the vet"o w rn n th ^, t *t n a Ia c ue co anto An Excels .n- FI... Iituated the
-o distinction between an ex.governor and .rca"s'e +d ". w'.u. Y ".II-II-.f ..ey h d b e-1,, ],I. 1', .-] nd" i o., anv,: '.e d 311 1t11. 1..1..111.- t e ie s h.d.d fi st rate ran h i, ..h



















of th me- T.icrr .m r,,~.ls a u e r w -rom he w spro. byth e meimm ofth case o Col' e crd av, v hacli s a rt; .i,,t., A pisto tired>, fnr p ,-ir o A he hpasa priso e t* l be wa sae odcoin g J ihnior. d .r..-. 1,. -. ,-- '.1; ; '. ,. ,
te. da... h c ll t p of ,n \ s e nd Iest r a his ow po v d r ine a 11111L maklO 1"1 o r e r t d in d e .n a hep .t, one h u o f is rat, B a t he -%., ..n.,., 1.
cpetin t le nre s 0 c se ctan s l' m rw e .1..... I..f w ere i" s e o... e". te cr.I., o e ar,: e a, s,,e of pmreveed ... h e li, e die. re ,h i i. ,tim. Te Tima e is wt n
l* ,tir -e d bhm i" ) ., i' a ,no i ,i. ,P r, o f th e ssrns c .. H e, -, i .i .. I w. e ,ti:,e, .e.c. Ao o.ac t i s yo." -sn I s l e n c n i o i r. T h e r i I, w i thi
we r s,: 1 J | u t o r ,l mI ni0tr, 1t d,\ i S,. :, I bg, . I r. re nO .: . .- ,t. .cI, '1._ch.' .) + i 1 1i A. ',. -. t ,_1 i.gI. .-,. .. .kK .nt o m aa v c a -i s i te d t h p o. pl r -e & a, l ao r f r, A m HIu-Ie,.t l, i t.-."l h ie. i s ln








rut rrcJ %%I isqr not, ., .t-I .u,,Inu. a n ,e i11 tI |-ti. t n1icl ihn o l 1 -Ir f o t ver yd e.v I a e ai t his .e turn to. s "i e, w .e u. t all. H E. !. no a g, -ou.I ,, ,o.e S. .n w .Pa d o
r .e.. r in tSol hu s








in t ,... o b. -M r .sy 1 h( .on,,-, I .: r -.-r "i-s cs ers and wh en eIers w eru g in t.,, l h ad t cn l ,. .. 1., llE. h adJ. o The .ver, dnd n ,t e prevery h p r n .,r,. the in P '1 to e l "- slh
+ !tr ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ,: ,- .. Lh ol,.irli.,, it' 'ih ,m ,.II-A' + .I,-h, r u n x ., I t s 4,,' ,1,
+vpecer ,.I pr,+r ,oi,i "I ht It f .: 1. -s. _,;I\ ,sh..,':.1 I six ill th I .- .O + ,1+.1, .11f.. I.'InI ,: >hT.-:1.t'-I l C .,1,- !,,X. ~ ',, r,,xla q",w oe murdeirt l,%I.-. S,,'.l-l,- L' d altll l-I II I".,, !;r 1 III. P' ''t% ._;h ,,,J-..nn,+ly ,


















*of:l- 1..0r1,...- Inde m h.,-e w I J mayacs pro- l-h me fmp o c aMrshretvel. thelar r esec ve isom A pi stol tireud b1 'n S, ",.l%% iS Ias..sakg hes- p oer tll nhe c s afl l d ms e par. o l ie to'.omAe 7 .1 MI C E !1 :



bt o Ietpd.a whih-rnme;* k~.'. "h :.:P.-I. ..I and a. Secdetrseodshoul thi ase ivlvced pcro inciptles to maes as I.oud a re ot as lar s oom pou ere ticu l M rs. maudrktle wfer othe ir thic ness i an o'clock iv. ,u ui' n ace wi.. be gi ven and. :.
) pla te M ri, l ,IIt : .,h.:d ri Ipan, ,n, I cI 1 I r ...bnh ....... II ,I. I .C e *.I IIn .. ... laq c ,,e s o s d es o t m p t o rn r .l D o e rc. : ou,- r v c:. I .-. t o l, I, -I-,l ,redda m.. .. It i l b e e lrau
.t ow s i-e d l de. it h le an d o tl. I 1 s1'- ."I. ..s w e 1ide r d h till.., c Iar le lo.ose, o. a ct,, l le stb.,11-, .,eco c ,ne thder, and ir pn'tze is h.VWll t q, \ p ,, n pr a ymo et r i-,
groeo h g, -,, Ia\ive en eister ed h t, >. .- ? 1 ou, b u knn t up. ,h .ent", ,sh d-, i,.s' Lil J,1 .1 %I-1 ,, h l-, t y whou h oth .ht)Ishae wne the pra s b one Y r me.













proentof ili ". c ,1 A-Iuon th ad bueder af heO imriom hm wered our innliirimtCol. .. il v e been taken to d r the. d.....n t- ,.f bolim Ia edsrpin fvno se rJcnn E mepstwae loa o nd Han a ic eos,~
|,. ., i I i1.i 'n"wa th k a to m s sn I ev thi s t.oI i n t on o -ac Iio Ctu, as b see wi., be ,1, n thi s ay to1 H is ofh am 'o
.r r n, ized s., ,,h, ai,1:n .^ a .,h sip- nlyava, o e hn t p.. ..re en o f Gur end er al Jae w b, ,shtas 1" d e,.*e n coi. liol i t. tc, out fr 1 t ..p. rr.ase Richaanrdsonanr .tri, r r ',r w ith s, ex ellen
sth e of, c Q .1 1 1,cop.o n.i ,idhal. N .1 ,1 1%w s Im r iso n & 'd 'Ar h; -. 1 ,I .. lH i n le r III tv, c o nt p% %tt in o Lord t .. th m s l v o f !I1 t., j I I I ot o.e I I '.1 v t *" *r, > ., v i ls o th e p r ,ise s a
:n f.pi f e"r-_,.- hruhth i s I's'i' bon ip K *er tthiI h s lut buitita it n the u ld "ct 2c r -a t sings, a young
te a pr ip le of ou .,, ,,, -n ct onversation with histowihand, and.fcr heariv [,'I_...ltspmhilk,.ta, v. hi l I',n,,dir ectr1to te r.mark f oults character. 1," are r pp th 1G hIt h, ee I b











t h e ..nd oprinc i es 1 a p es o fuolr t aei p a cI tswa s n -e at t h e t a ble to i b t h e i .. ah e .ud ] ,, SeI Sk able ( o r ae, ti n, V i u e J t *1 .r
.-y .d ty und er the h treat-,, ._x-,ci,, o the g oIn all th e evid loi c decides promptly and ano ad glittering oi,,ut, th,1 i-,h prowling in th nellow .a .s e upo nyIbdere o, "d.' ,, fto e tli ofe ibet3dd e,











At, .. .-W !, purpose steyve had re dp oa i p o,, the c n eris o the J!; oh t u t o as k w lhe de. In mber to s e in th0 lr \ a- whill A d ne ar th pile m d r, al d reaus d by1th o. hher1 thm and. (N vmwe)sndeto e d
ern ens he bin te Formdave bee .,ued a tlheseinme- off e ualyo uthe e is toh i dl haveimcrie. s, ,c h ,o ner, u sc e ses ,' :. n shor tn o p s d "n'hers ti m ttohe parscot, hl coe s 'l, th 2 o,, l o Pr,,,n h e f t rees. es
1h t. m, ,.,p tw -srevidernc,. fdi ce r ..he d ,,of pro hausted asu heni byt .sominal gut conle.u ena. o, ,1 .V;Au y the e w s s dol y e n This.pr pertv will be .-, h .- .l i.erl r ., the
pertfy. I t n h i brv _,r h r c o 'ide r .I4 tle eaptal n till", he co nu i nt ers to th n le y la, st hour to Contem plation anlC-, r, ,,dl ,t, sublim ity and the road by a ,, g. 1 ,11- belongingg to M rW R acre, or in parts to Suit purchasers. e
generic l o 0 II.. -,r I, %, uas it l i.ot d.,If ,,ISO hear et ilderd oe, to t;ake minutes, to com pare beauty, calln ... ,, t it t n w without the I ho ws a aiy te d wit h his p r d y t o ap.A ny pe rson wi. i- to view the property











or archives had i an y o.t,,.e, r t io ii .- %% testinoe y, to dec lrde-a t finally y his e wasi l most, ratefulldsh,,;r ,i a d t,.,dons. This pointed place near Mr. gurvoisa 's plantation,d .el. th. .1 ."I, wJ w ill Le 'ten ed to by;
th ose~~Z of a ,about ? nd vghtal m ile v/,.s nhe mpriso n W hen fi rstm t .'.. 1. ]a.li.. ,-d B- q Ir.l, 01, ca x l r t eNath an t H ain es,
resly sent torrhek ie tre th ,p m ase d, the become esna w ci. l He o aill s th e he we Charsc .ed ave 'is about a quarter a mile in ex ten tum t A ,p b o e i h e miles o fro wns the y h o i ton cutis.
,necessity o.f vgilane on my part u It was made trs Oftil e General andm theJudge Let utI edi s ike ands t i l.rin. is attended wi th no ffi- seen, he ws walking with his companion, who i l t












, y that he shoupld ha ve made krnowanc, I ith rto d all o the F d an laeds, oret heldae o b 11 hahrl pwye ould hresolo A amlonongoun fs( n caabid hSale ma f ceaotf 1 olock ondC saier,d nd^
kn r, ana .,e o, f s s.y f t .n.,. ,..-soe .o,., o:. ( wise speak of what wso; t i s the neracbi culttbeisng, sCapaeious and smootwhich after hd pob ed hmse l to s a h ie ,Iar r'iStle to ceeieltld o ',Ven n ut,
ithereht .r my own l. "'enr ,ll.1this rl,'.e .:a ,..e w. Which we r cyumn tlished f ium ti-h o tL.'.;. ", ;. -;' ,, c wts c i t isi h abo b Es Ax und e w rop rsto p to fo"u e "cll i ,.y. '' .'L a t- ; II eg v ne mand c uri P op













dto,. rus. ., 1.:no .n v ,e ,. e.,Ii .il. 1,.n, ta entranot. Oeveets intek inacle lam ut heard ty Bet, under-. prete1iae .of' mayu' at o boa .. "n .ho ,,ee ,,, o th'.'ec.ta.; be given and- a ond, ,,e
.a tei s a.l :,, .I ,. ,,,I l,.,,' p,,, ti' t.. Press, barticlex rather od rtiyour n than eof ifir- h turi men b e .o a t r... rulors t tr pwhCichI on .I, l fbis er uers he immediately | ., e ,, i t I I u e



ednu~tfalthoe w oseallgiaice~s e.. Ah the trit s i. .M l.. ofGbn Jay. pi. ...... .. wsn, eutEed;rbookutL s ats,,.oou,,lo verwt trker. by- Mr.. .vnande ttet"o.,
,.do.n oerre,. hre n i-'r-1 JpEI.., tI ..It ,.lh ,eo. c1,Il. ,t nation We uderstancti then at i n the Flori. bs tsakern, r lso a v s taventk nfre ae b.r aoer olr te ho a or o en m f ros,, e te so a nLd.. a LM. Ton shi ofte m r M ic.rn, coty
"^ Sa^^un~o~h~actarf, I~ ehi attue difeen pliaaces through^
.1 -e is dislln, na9 n I
o f p ro p e r t y in th is c o u n tr y. I'll ':, ,: o csc er t .i n ,ca. i t l e [ip u rc h as e S tu an d w h o fv reilsthe l oa e te l A v e n u e sl e S or es iea n o t hor v at h e s .w a c c m p ano f he d h i m a i d e d aynd O nth mer an edfter. d e th e 4 h ti/ thl"e es, ,o













ced, my dotvv, h n n.e ,, rd no alternativewasd 'here is no generaldi p story of tite, known water rol i th s, o e eI the Y ,er te s tan anrd athe neerh m iostils eo corda ftera d r .s ;, ill e ee l e k o, ,.t the ihe













peleft me to te me.],,c. r., s ,, co. v nsta ce, tIon, rti es som.tby ov nosameimannnmer(we vt no> scAntiExeedlent-d ACont c ou tu r ds se eradennbttlee o fale
ems te Ti^t,,,,J, ,I g y Th- sIto urm-o..y sbiled r o aenam hf apul;hic record. achestath o t e Aitoe atyen taen instone.mpl t co e ore of "p irn a hei o f 'utc.
... Io.-m i o.. p th ,,e Ipth ccttly se,. nd er. furn is w i t n ow cs e o ite ce slt eorn ,, ,,-f aheni aneo arei p nobe os stu b d po a o t wa re vr ate Ate ti hen tmetl heuidw- o'.1I, ,'. a,,ngtt an d Steted t" ..'.e C .re se '
articlee y Ioert r, ; mer;t j i al .:g e callay om' tIte io at oil, ar o t inso aw the Ihe tre nd ofm Ae tabetimeout hea hep nuane ldtSta te .he. 1" thr tis any- %,f
th e inhabStatsmight be secured in y their right of the pic l-, l ,o deb et in the title 5io .es thI -, ead t t ae t ways hln ch, eore r ethe. ey bo who hadinveigled him having r ,i" -i0,. a,4. 1aci ba r sh eds'" &c. 1- .i














di-ch,. .oui c.ert, i,.. n o e b. ,,l encwt, andtsante ents s yt hcn hcs a n noiatachc ap e. r .1l ilsebok, ,e onane ws Oers nb hn 0 \\a e,,, lln treeal l *es t,2rp,
f .romper i r his notya rr, ..1 ,, ie, lnl.st ic s, the ? know l- -- a W aly""i", i iu ldau sei c i r p.p ,,, ,. v ri count ry o a c slp.i ous



















selvc repetofally thos wb,-,se in a ule h oric e s,,b,,. dAowne m r~i Ge ui o Jack-onSpier, had ad by,11 -Ms a n was onLcceul.Eaherbrooun, 1 our n', igl,^^^^ bl urs, ,-.al '8 'i,,,.'. tle tcSton
The individrtae thus o,,ir-, I ,. lver them, e dge is Conf ined to th parties tic who become el trait, and :,. ,, ,: arch a td tdishrge e of sis all shotr whichb, -fi v e ANTt l Ioy, a t .....ar I m ',,-,.: a- ,m ,-t
















c etileres ct isu -Oe fro frri e ;,o, S heac 'Is cI. |C1,aamsb 4n is cpaoler mor Ing ro un than e IPort u Prnc e." He tri id notharevent hiy m o old p I ;;.., the lffT. wl b e p a .known a ti".
,so .I f ob .the i rra lie, ,g ,, d -.rm .nId l utrchasers an. d s ell ers. W without e g,,ing ilt, Aphed ad in he d t ",, ',,I h, an orf n .tr, d id n t psreen to h ,,,.the Bt i ordel .o the iretpo d o .." t ,c
-ofth- g.v rnm ,rntI under whom he was pro- the fleris'ot le case o!0ol. C'a tavA, we ihaw, a 'tist. s ired in ..- ." hundred -ahe."' ';. ,o'ie .. C
















ogt et e e reo hIIrI)r t tOfte b e ,-e circus tance ga r Ut e spes ol notr in lu h c m (l kc, ,.. .-
ited ad which c,. l.le k,,ee ,o, .u-i,. o ex .-u ndersto od lt i this andst i snvolved po inciplesso makes t oud airport as a six ponde r ia ne Mrs. Saund h ers, the wi, e o alo ed [trt ,a'%'I dt ,.,.,..'.s .




















are giim tyof waitin;, oin ali Ir .is r mai nng ere of unt-- unt ,, d L.- e.. ,,, l** ,. r 'i*a s r.cWable erm n l abs u Sett yea i fe a ge, wuerou rit, l essth prei n t estate tors;ri an E-I Irected th'a t f iftee das
eptine g r the congress) o, i,, ;,;,,i lotsic o I.r i important The i,_.. niur.I ,l awere in thie o pn f, o e,< tirs ir.Isome t laces n the' is elo 'matl murdered in n Elghaml county,"m d ,,-r -, ll 12.. r e .I tisuiy o Cda,
ledhStates shifted them in into the hands owi the session of Col.',it-%.,dm,.!nttwe a uni derstsnd the ave ar e composed otand erystahzed sub- ly reeog n ed hm ; an(b s persSir isweon s bn ren nd m ot repair. thcre s.cSn thes
1111.1 11,1j ,,1.1uly -. 7.I,., .xs n auIo.tes known1 to G c."y w hoks n' have visite ant ey prissn prem ise a.i larg frameisie H ouse, w'ithm~ n wi- ,,.,.-. -%08^ 0 0 11i.--l r i
, vpe rson mr ,, t 1 l, e ke, admin mastered i h e ',-,1 c, n t oandn to t he be rnd rtdni). The g n af sine, whiche h i s i t ho'i.eo u t d e,,on Ba vn kksn lmnnhoiy whs lair n tro bu e wt :t., :,,s .e-,



Mecrit dpst yorniiuargls Hec hs u esof 0, m- a i.: e onte havhse beronsforni.sI.,pp1o. I --. ., I.-SuIofsIulnrIkc exert th Ir prideI ore ther day ,a oo -an ., lt
bnot Of s i1 ,-m .p;,, e w,. u I.v.hnd bee >u man from wha m wh el e c leve d o u thinfdrlathe i, hhe e tu Mr. Dwr.e aih ,,, h r ,, y ho e w ides corltio s in hefi veNImEssex or ack, h te a o r n .






















s Iinglr cndctisonf ro0Spn ish offcr- acing Tl o rm idwitnh rpoecs fore r aneoubi s. ciay aeronithe sloauM c. e wo Mr'Iehni fv Don b,,s hAnd r~homl ds cro n our he lao ra.Ai as frC tlhay cofnoiere a h mslens,.,l al., d -i.isa c i A mn ic n Svl ed caeta h in t oy Thapi ed, spakdi acth. la~i.of (I ag ong t hei sitij The brig ll w lt h, tows grn te pl ios ..>:\,,..: b 0 =p t- l **t
1.gt.itere fore to C -e bere 1iIum i l In II ."the 1 ln duth co aor, 11t.ar. s1rA l -." ....> sea, is lof m e tridPereasachi te Or a rd on,,f l '
l hre, gui-ty ofI re t g ,n g-1.erior Cuba to sur- was al eye witni ss to this tra,, satl on. Coa htor fi' thb e t r een, L... ,ab .eo.t t h is ce a e, ellru t ,II, t -,,, h, e coret At e whc ti, e .. d A ple r mPe : .Orc ar -



















t, poceed h~gsing cou s m ofJst ice, I l.. I a, t,.h,,i, ml,,,,, asany-knownrin th wh e ws fiet to po Y locu n lf rGllhrofapp ",nI an uoons a s t t ei he t.Lnknproper
r h,,-., e iIt.ilr,..... r. .. 1, i t Sh e st. s ,., ,pula- hal Jack- v i }ta I ,. h ., ,- 1, e lO the dro k ,om st 1 .. ,1 p tt l and ucn on st +'
ri., '. .- ,. t I I-C ,r t, 13 I iiis p ,- 'n n 1% I,, i| rI. [ o m s o n a n td w h e n I th e ,-p u r vi-,ct w r d u andil )(1 a b ol)lt t wj I ,. ,I ,I .. h b o to m ll o f t h e, lu r e ; t nd b e a rs e v e ry a p p e a r a n c e o f o n e in P '-..-',"T l., u O v ie w %.. 1' I-e sh e w s i th e




















Soth.lo, rtn .,,r.IIt I r,. ,voer seu motives,r con. proposed that cNrrespoaminLeCe both i .n eve, so large e that it admitted a nl> yith w oi strength d a vty re unied in to he ,,n h., -..- Jaes Lewis o ;,. I h.r,
I., Ij I;-, 11 f[,,; .l g~ tI i, 4 .h,, 1 h. Kt,]ohy act Of glish 511stlind oSpanlish ew enter p ei ve solne difficeulty;but. on entwrin, it s cun l arl y r' e made rkbee.orthe irek t hickness are dpr.I o'coknv -.o le t mmncIou S'ill .... ti a "d




















;. I.s, ac r ep .,slr, Ime;,i. I, .lhe r g:.- II a n cd ap Secretaries, should a..iike place ,cro the table to be the I ,. m a la go- room hei sttar ly rm s aes fr uheir bide s, aoc t l,, '-
F,.- .ro 1--r rvtl, :,,tezlh:0t,,Sir 0., ;n-,l',,pi.r;..-j, .,I-Gen. Jacksun was for broi'jmg this inatere o wr t ot Ihh,,,.adbo ~ o er, inti hgeut larapeaane; s ppears radtyuouHeany e A Clar n.sflin il i e i.



















bot Pi ., I ....., divert ,e .I ,"IIp po .t a lb one, o n e r ti m ipre n r the lhaie w .n ar e here ay s A et ec une t the a mrideri ndrrgte.. w. l hp.paet rp t, n pa nte
hi. own larcmod.-uWo atever diplomatic pnvl. Brac kcnridge, kno n t, o icll o us, to|,,iIst asomNl Vilids ina1'd. d ri'e ee r d here by w he hstio t



















,rgs heuld eight have been enbt- l edt M, these tiler eIle *i ',l s crfler such.. dle tr is, Or Some beast ko,, i yI, I -. Measures have lately kn- ,own.c .1 -m s n Ic ., O ',
'I-r r1t7.,0.1I oy -.-I,, iupo n thesuirrender of-I e nprsI, c.t acy. Col, callava, hcondtoke to i rdeT the descent, into botht
t*. ud,..,,ictr, r-. h, -.i %% lastheti not known to mc, then talked Or his Caaitidn hiononor, Me. htt tas 1Essex will be taken this dlay to ',p,,,, I f 1 ,r>,
f'or recognized ar Ihaving any other rights thn t thle doc.on"nts were not surrv'nde;'ed, he 11a. these Caverns easy and coonlnodinmas, and Courtly for tie purpose of examination and tri r; v d b eII, o .. ir,' Its
those of a Common individual. It. i as not imirismb:e,' for c. .tempt othe aalios eand .. .,...I lcal explore, theiro l. atha ,a .
e nctIo,, ,', hir to cibethon u rle h self a, pu tblic e Itis further tated, Ith at this prom pt tandl




















agent !-the king of'Spainand eside here for de e, i asnre ,, tile part of' v e en river i own, from whom we 1 .* l Ar tiublicc with a ration. T i hav ., Judes of tors.
ltew purpose of transacting offic-lal business with son, ha-s led to resnltstem~ n otut "were duly directed to these, remarkable eut'i-
the.. .. .. agents of the Unit~ed States, but, it was ne fliat itis now discovered, that the title deeds ] ste, it is believed the ,, ,,I ; .tecr-rl. e~o'ac~~, cv alu lb e _, i h ,,..tt .
, r--iry that lie should have made known the to all the Floridian lands, it'e hold only-by I 1 ous, and the fashionable would resort in g 'eat A SOUTH-SRA BALLAD. Will be exposed to Public Salle oi Sol day, the
,:I),- -and turpose of his stay had lhe done, SO., brs t sae.n h.-I,,,,-.-'.-mwc In ILondon shareds a famous pile,
-'.)",P P' the owners of the.soil; that it %was the design n neslostr uft i 1 I hc 3th of the tlth Mo. (Novembler0 next, a t
"he "v,6uld have been informed at on~ce by me. o*m n I eeS d t ,v I','ld l uh ,wouderful scenes :%"!'Lil, III,,1-,.. to af'- And near that pile an) alley, 2 o'clock P. M. on the premises,I.
I"ht.nr.o n fuctins ing cesedas c` frd.--5 ALL that valuable Mill Property
tn sav I -no thebr d ,,1 ,t.- I to i .. i + O, on u N .B a pcadeqn uie a t And wisdom stoops to folly. ..
1p.iwe, no..... h F ~i -It' i-Womo have .eenluterulmch,_awsuits, lifti- N .Lms Cnisadmiie tHere sad and joyful, high and low, '01;" ,, ,,tae onl the river Neshamonlv, near
te Stts.. ay-.. tw." rI i z m ri. "I:gation, expense, delay, and all those artifi- all times,,be obtained at Mrs. Lndlow',sI who'CutFr ln o hrgrcs .'.a. k ." S+ .atr i). e : -ofil.i
sio:U to) tma.ln here -. 11, ,.hIn Iv ,ta!:Jr., 4.' 0y 9- .a 1 eO the abore standrfheragraces ; .of- 2z \,'Il-.Tow,.nship of Micmicotmwn, eotI
.. ciral mounds, by wvbhtch the hecatveu descended ha-ae Iea ov Itnfo ul~],ro And as she smiles or frowns, they show Z I1_ lt
.1iff the Jr' 73tegfeiof ,r.,".,, cI:.,m--. I years.of;BucsCo"sis"i"
The natural Consequences of hli s-eiznduct are stream a of justice, has been obstructed in its years-______ Thtir gestures and g r, inia ees B ck c nssig Ora C ris', and Nj t'cha a
'p a s sa g e th ro u g h th e e a rth P e r h a p s i ittM y I lfMI I ll a i l o l n M ~ l r e "VoI 1,C.
A,2,2, well knn-wil, and n,:ed ino, `. -_e detailed -- b wn otfs htam s atayc ag +Nrw YolRKs, Nor. 2. ee tr adgrtr peF Iactory, I%;,1i all the ilachin-erT ircessary for
',Ilthit he exw, 1,1,c,., .. v.. .'.. ,' ,,.instance, I Amon lly S + h au+ tr f ~o I a a+i~ ,,,ai
'fee th:~n .o~.,n~ nstu hi o with reR'ard to the sales of real estate, A` : 1flll )t y h~ Wf'vek. A og our lords the rabble, te nfcueo ltsadC-,,mrs n
el therught abut iniheiFlordrs;etitnha,. trig.ipthat no- -I.pt. 'i~r helsie To buy ;,nd sell, to see and hear ; it .I I ... acres of land, in a high state of culti-
'thinghas.. rc,iI-I, r .t%*,i, ihs, nd~ng Itiele nurer- The )Jews abotnndte Gentileste sqabbTh sipleA ox Qit.Wyr, hih siil" %A ". 1.
bus -easi~s in whieh~l have beet) C l' r ",l I[ n'h I tants will now see the necessity of' having, from this port on S+Aurday last, bound to Port I-- T eeaeag eetdoltepe ie
interpose my iu h.,trin. .:i lhr ;r, itj,i ',,:;,d ,r. eym n'sr eto the soil, a th~inlg not of s i ewa apsz d-th sReonoh, are t r e [ crafthose nhotirustretofortune :ThereP are a31..., ere,!.i,.d- on i the p'mar isiic e of
e-xecutive capacity, to'occasion any tl,,tlg Ik pri-vated, btit of' public notoricty and record. 55miles south east oFS idyF re~, nd w% e ,o hoew otuttofrue:.- I ,el,,i +t. ..,'.,.,, .,he anl:tueo
III- 1,4,.. -im.olt..= nt,. V -o v+.t,1'. Ccr-h.lenc[', and, is nt even this intelligence gained at ,acheap gret to,-M I ,at"." ;, I I .... -l.,.I,:.,( bord .nd They see the Cheat with clearest eyes, r,,i,,.- ,a spacious barn, sheds, &C. withI
I I ',I fu I l c '. :,.- ,-, ;I .%, I ..,.,i *s my s tis r a t e if o b ta in e d b y t ie e x o rc ist,. o f s u c eh d e e i- Fo u r n-a n, ir p ,-r. 1, 1. I. I h.. :1,-, s o n s5 14 s t w e r e W h o p e e p b e h i n d t h e c u r t a in I I lh r e'- ,,,' ll hI ., r ,,- i,I.I
ded pesonal % I .I lhe.- r,,%-% .1I : -,-t, .d property y being situated
"6'a.11-r,. It. III, ..ih1.11,, I,,I, t-1.II,h, Sol, ,] :.I I'1.J d d eron L tI...I i,, Ill,:first instance? ,Mr. .T--,,,iih, 001. Walker, .%I, Frederick .ISir i-I,~~,1woi u Xljeb ok, T el c iii ']t piild gI I.,pil.j i1Ir~- o nvw o iu
tmnduedlof all those whose allegiance Ih ,s tb-., .Ahother trait iI1it a. I,.ht,,I W.h.I of Geri.Jacl pet,- l w~nLe tE strro s hL ueapt I.'---.4" 15-,.-wsatferdogIt., ,i-n,.,lI, i-.. -, j .l r,,, coung tire, at( coitionus
traIn bterred to the U i, -1,i' -i -; I_., the eessi cn _,,,it "- ,,, .,1.eh ra .er s i and res- of'the B ritish ,.I ,,,, '%iifl his w ife a ntd tw o ehil. I a t i., ,,1 w e ,s r., ,, iu hn J Iig th t en l n o
of the country. It istrue, .l, .:,, o eocurren-oc il,. 1 l... 1. ,; ,,n i vs to heF lori- td.m, a colored virl, servant of Miss Dawson-- n heetey' s brg kenf'g ..[i Is., ,., ,,ht m aki o r
*on c t d w i ot e n e r f er e d o h e m l d a1 n d i s E a p .ald w hof s itsri n a n i n o r i a- t h r e e --. I I,, n ,I S l o w c o o k o f t h e s h i p % w ho s e N" r o t s a i d tr n wh a t a ch y m es ats eo r .l dI r ,- 1 I : t .- r m ls w i nl l b e m .k n w t t e t
polled me, to take measuresI conceived neces, ; tion, t'eceixes from fl, oenra nia a esw aentac tie. Svd at C udtr rie ete fal., II onetdw l h frel,hscm ain sc"a le Gof ve-Mi r any inrorta- Iames we havethat asrtie.-a,.,C tCo ld turofodI'I- ~ Ts ilb'mal kon atbrtzthetteotimee
the government 1 admininsteran-d which a t the .....+'toaten...athi der li ., stewair-Iof' the Ship--Mlessrs. Lewis and Dl-.aw Orlae it nnogld11 IB odrof heD ec rs fteBuk
+ ." mun crp')eS a eo~rse o17ll terl'og.L~ote~is+, Iwtn h ,- --.- .That noble tempting tuetsl, Couaity Bank.
.-same lttle were themildest the circtumstance l, [ X1 S] ""11 ['" t- oe ain p,qsengers, andua stee,age passes- (iIed
regard toover Se' 'ceres of, inlr~niatiou te, ,1 *(Signed) SO
wr~uld .admit. I allude to the contduct of a .- :I-.-,'" _:1... _1,_P.! ... .. ._A_ -: .,_1,_ get, namne not aseertainned. Pili 1. 1 1AlI -i. ,_1--- -7-!_


. -.I. ,-i ,,rn, : l,,..... 1,,, C)nduct, .i..... I I wo-remarlable caves, which n me- ig particulars ea Fox .. d A race o men, who, t'other ay, ; of ( i.,, in ad for th -
i I I ilo abut 2 o'locz i Log C~shLl ICTI1111 CIS3tcy, county llof Cape 'Maynfor thebenefit fof the i
11.... W 161 r oea......r nssed. ",. Kh the first natural pilot about 12 o'clock .., ,,nurJdi, ,r,.J \'. Long crushed ben death disasters, county of Cape May, for the benefit of the in-
1 r, .l. ... l,,.- ..-- -n ..,osities ,ustlyaim the attenti of tie- anl the sky overcast dl'. thei.,, 1 and nlht.: Are now by stock brought into ply, solvent Laws of the state of New Jersey, and
S',.. .... 1.1 .< tirh. .u.1. -,p,.i,,:- ,I band l ot .d"0 u-l ..m .. t ,iel The usual precautions were taken, by sending And made our lords and masters, they have appointed Saturday, the eighth dav
A.mercan otficers should offer such an insult it ,crious, an Jle amiers o the wonerl down the royal masts and royal ;: .g f. the L ofDecember next, at ten o'clock in the fore
the gover.'n-nmt of a -"panish pro-,,vmce ? Utl works Of natlur e. I cannot describe them in .night, and at 5 p. m. took in the top gallant' But should our South-Sea bubble fall, noon, in the Middle township, in the counv
t.he ihabitantsof :he ioridas may rest assured, etterliA. Al* that of one of th first, saIls Capt. W. remained on the watch till 12 What numbers would be firowii.g !aforsild, to hearme and my ceditors-whit
that whatever may be tb.- irr.r. i-p ;.,' r im explore ,., -ll.. eS. at night, when hlie was succeeded by the mates The loawers then must ease their gall can be said for or against mv liberation from
prudence of some, it wr.hI.. r rn. t il'. upon, i, he. first wI shall describe, is about 150+ and retired to rest. About 1, he was awoke by By hanging or by drowning. confinement as an insolvent debtor.
r,,) C;'t-1;,- it.,; ,.Isthesrest-the innocent will yards from lthe-abhove mentioned inn, north a sudden squall, and immediately sprang upon But llthogh nur foreign trade is lost,
.i,,, [,-.... ,1..' \'wilth the guilty, and all will westerly, situate in a wood, and in ground deck, and in attempting to let go the spa ker Of night whali we vapour, 1i0OS EdwardS,
continue to experience the same protection and nearly level-on the surface. The entrance is sh.let, missed his hold, and was precipitated When .til the richer. th it we,.boast C ipr-P '1` Ja', October the 24th, 16821",
respectt for their rights, wol joi s 1h ectof re about suitlci6ent to adiit a .oaunon barrel *overboard; On regaining the v',reck, the ship Cas in scraps f ipater. oct 27-.sp4: