The Union, United States gazette, and true American for the country
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Title: The Union, United States gazette, and true American for the country
Alternate Title: Union
United States gazette, and true American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Bronson & Smith
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: November 9, 1821
Publication Date: 1818-1823
Frequency: semiweekly
Edition: For the country
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Micro Photo Div., Bell & Howell Co.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 11, 1818)- ; -v. 23, no. 1448 (Apr. 4, 1823).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00073207:00008
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Related Items: Union, United States gazette and true American
Preceded by: True American (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1817)
Preceded by: United States' gazette for the country (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1804)
Succeeded by: United States gazette for the country (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1823 : Semiweekly)

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NE -5 N lsLEN IIE- ( F.No -!11
NE~~Pt fI ES, ~'.I IN .J~\ 'LENM~H V.. \.N lI No. 3 F.~, ''IU D~E1A, 1 i~'hf~~
_______ ____ ______ ______ ~~~PHILA[iELPI'fi -'P CT i I,~~. ''>i
I'hjl] ( T 13'uesi.--diy and Fri da, wIorrini irt j J AM N ,. w I A T ,, lieN thEa. Sii I[ ( d Warm cinD I .- P1 l AI.

d.,enlts for the Union.'
The ftilloing gewiilemen ire Apentsofr JAM t1
ea. W\VA ria t. Co publisher of IthI Union. v who
.,re s.ttl,,i''ti to receive Si.bicriptionts ltl Ad.
Vtriifemc-nit intLnded fur this ,per, :.nid hke-
*..'i'e hiy Mceyl "hiclh may be due tltii e.;ta-
'lht.linacnIrt r.*iTi ilne Lo trime, cominrirCf-lCiln r t t
OJct-ber, It.F2u, in ulio will rcc-;|lt t,r tie
aime whIneier it nmi be p'id into their hsids :
Joh.li DUi, ison, Trenton and Piiiiceton, N.J.
end Moirvislle, P*Pa
Eliy.h lB,.,k, p. inler, Salem, N.J.
)~,a i .\llii.s,..,. Pii,t,:r, Builltngt.,n, N. J.
Jacob Cit P i. W;Ik- :arrc, Pa.
John D-'ri.pbh Eil Plt -bi-re. Pa.
Al- a.uri' r Ree-d. Esq. W\Vl.iington, Pa.
Samuel Preston, P.M. utockpori, %%.> ne Co.
J. rph li ckei. tlith, Esq. Chster.Tua n,
be,. C ,,in',, Mid.
,I. L Diotm man, Brownstille, Fa3 etle Couif),
,lhAil Cimipbell, Esq. P. M. Union-Toawn,
Fayetti- C uitty, IP'rrn.
11 ,iim Fq. P. M. Situtii, ille, Oli;o.
i ijl,an l HI.inglo-r, I'. M. Giotitto u,
Iti r.I., ... e .
Mtll itrm Porter, 4.4, niiuth.treet, Bialimrore.
Jo, .it Ail.,rr,., 1'. M1. N rt,.ii.rr itn C. V- ..
C. H. Hobt.-, E-'. P. M. Qu-i,'s Tlotn. Md.
Le 5in S. Ju.l, nes, Acco7ri:ick, Driinmunlid
To', n. Va.
M' 1'. Massie. P. M. Berry's FEt ry, Frederick
Cu'n11M, Vs.
T. I.'t-tAn, P. M. Neiabern, N. C.

tIe rue sinIUN.
.*leasrs. Edltor-Il perused a communication
in your paper of Saturday, itiletd R. on the
sinigularefftct of shadows,produced on a white
surl *e.
Yuir correspondJent sa6s about ii.lf an hour
befuic -.unset, I obsetred that thie shlid..w I
lthe leavS of a ro e.budii on pillar p'aiit-'i
Sllite, summed d the color cof very beaulhitl
i,'frn-mrirtie ,tL ." Aii he coiiidfri it a p-th.
riumenton '.nd a,shes a c.use assigned throughI
tie rficdimnl ofl your useful paper. I shill otlir
the foulioIting extract, %klichi I ti,,nkgives the
-nlution. h its taken Itrma teatlise tui ['i.it
ang b) Leon.rdo L:u V'ict." uliowui scaicelL
equAlled ae) four his iubll.me cLcplr.iUMIS
andi ',ppy m:nnrer nftfis t 7 ltheiri ilth Iruth lt
color on the carvrs ; srtd iha-s utqutestlni.hl.ly
surpa.it d all breilaren rt thei ptecil ii, pi.oilo-
ph. lr-re are arets I .M n i w1i'l: 1 \k l.rin tl-i
sui 1s i, 'r hi" i,.ettlin-'m e ti. shadow. pi.'iLctli d
on arbie alkU, opent t the irL, will s.a otp.-
..', of the cilor o f zuiire. T ulit l',,c.e ot
e\ery pi.i,.t- br.,dyi parnakL of lie color of tis
cblject ; v\ -n.e,'lh whijren sst L.f 'lie waill ,--
*'*g .i D .rLct Llc o e i-.cu tnau. an--utn.
tlu e ul its at'bicil t bIc,3, ii lhis c,_e, iore 111i
Fun lidll tilc lint ale : andd -in,,c lhe uii tI lih
I ,t .g', a,,ti lto 11e .ilt i p,,, ..ppeni- rc ild li; ,
ainl Ihle hc .cis .,:ure ; ti.l sii.e Ithost plitc:.
S lit rt. the il 'idi' a.le .li I, rare nuit of ll.
re..:i ... lu huio, %e iiba\ y tlie li'ir' pru e,
thlll n'. lit I,. liiot L i oJ, In l 1 '' r -ren itlI sh.
dow 0 t ,i,) l,,d) Idlii inr., i il. 1, i t i l ( il% u-
.hat tle reftl cli n l thie h-ie.- .att pr..,tied on
tilie v. bht .ii. 'Ahl appear azure, and'fiTrther,
t1ual ItIL er,i.,..J uf i l c ii ali,'lt being illlimrr,LJ
by lie Soun, till .,pp,?3r ie.il6-i, ii" cmon.lrri,%
ith nIe cdne.', | Hi_ {l'Unij-...,'; it
Htice it. ap.e r l,. t lthe cause and ell'cil
V'. i, ki]niA ,T. nth r.:s -*,o. I think holanet .-
Iliat v.tit cot r -pc-...I JEit must have. "icit nil..
taker, in tlie celt I, :is i,' i Tma i: .- is the 0-'n.'
beautiul ti.lue there is. The reflection fr.,,ir
the anti,..spherec, cuul.] not, I imagine,in reality,
late -i l-uceJd sn ctiluiic- ie c.lt, but any ono
mlig i.t easily bc dcei'ed irn that, unless he was
well a-eTia..,ied tilb the c.tfects of oppios'il
CAul-irs. Piitr-1rr l Lve I'rqieicntly produced the
. o. .rai, c 1f blue i j i tti c lnr,3 n flesh,) when
iit itct i.-,Ae li.is bcti u'- m riei, by the arlt
of pl-.ig te, V. ,rrM. .n cnitact with very c'ld
tnti Tilk- \i'.i ,stiJiJli,etily the case in nature,
mwier, th, A itm, a.d mellow light of the setting-
sun on the pillar, surrounded the shadows,
tcu ieJ by the atmosphere.
November 8. AN ARTIST.

The following ,.-bi,-.,iI.[i of the expelled
'i-:,ii.I O|i.'. ,s may be considered as a kind
o f t, ,',- tlh !.-I, i, t,:r iI 1 It.5 ,'..I.. It
01 .,.*I \ h' ll~c i [-d i i l w. I h i'hli .l i. ,u-
S ... ti i- i. 1' i. L I.tt1.r tli"e -I. M.ii ,,, iju
lu | r i, t I r thl e I- ..l..e I it
1iCtie. i I .-. I ;i. r i I i ,ir ;,dIlc i. e\
tifullc i r i-. ,i. l 11 u .,id 1tu I ( I i l< .l i lii.l v ,.
Liu, i. i. li I Ii '.I It.d l I I.1 i 'I" .I t1 i hI e I ioM l.
im eiln 1 l i, I-, d il !%i; 1-1t %,I l \tr) dJil'er-
eII Ir,.n' .. trip to New'Orleans, hald it met. the
ct 'L 1-c ,.Governor bE, i.,.-'e ii tin t'ri 1 of'
1 1- I ,;.l 'biut it seems by the.rIote subjiined
very .p iudetly to have been resent .1. Lntl the-',
vere tIi i,, ,p. i.- r .. ii :.--, i n, -it,
T' o ,., L t..: ,... I ., ./ ...., .
Tin'.t ni. tlit it- il..', allowed to us by
Geit. I J....i., to ren i.tn in Florida, and
being at this moment about tow depart in a
vessel bound to New Orleans, we conceive
it to be'our dur.y to publish to the ptub
l ithat we are induced to obey his orders, nei-
ther by the terror of his piti.ons nor by the
2tt.,J "l il nii i.t i .:.i.i.s which ad judge su
-, t-p h ..- I i r l., .I,..-' ro l-iitselfto.be, is ca-'
pable to exercise -gainst u>-. J,,1u -- ,;ldu,,,,,,
at every ..i. r..t. irt \ i., ,:iv]i r ..',icid ,,, I..
. [ i e it Li '1 .' t ;, ,ir. i,.. I ] e ,t..lrl mrianney w it]l
wbich ourt worthy superior, Don Jose Callava,
maintained Ii r,, ni J;g.,ii, .in iiic:ati.Jd with.ne-.
rited conten.lti lii, liaic. .i'.. t:..,in u ivtiable
outiragea., ', tc I.. r h i il..i-r a i. ii .i to ma ilie
t., i n s.1 1 h e th ihle ant ll ..1i il..- lInc which
I'ia'c rr. tlrt. I ri.e. U.- n..ii t '.illL and acanda-
iitt ._ 1 I i l,. 1 -'1 .\iLu I. i, i ., pl- ., i ti ,., .

i'-' i ri ( ...u 1. -l ird t1:- ir tirr i li v nnl..r i ie
n.i,,,-A.' :, r. :,I. rr t ..1 v thereforee.
i r i>..tu ,, :-el, .n :., i ile thle pre
It 1 ,* ,. I I l. li u.l. t '::, Jl to 'te -t.lit
..t ,i e..nte ine to :ill I .i'-.,-in f reflectionn
'1.) hbas ..ppEirt. ut1j LA'r'ulrijJn, thea'seti'

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a t,ri.:ulrly I.t ;., .1 -.r. .la r.osr ,.rl ,_.iit :tifc,,n. ,eluilit a ,Il pr.t i.,-r- i ld .... ,i r. iu t -t."t Il' .iti t : i .1i It i..
W e i Iave-I.e ho.-..jur l,. be. e. V f to ii -rll' .,bi, h,,jri l. li llj e ,.> -l -- H, -, ;I,.. ,' ,.-u,, :. iu Ih ...
S I DE.VILLIFUS, L. G \' APRRV. ir d lan -. i r.iTn Fi"t' Taill l ir tHE 'NE rW"t T i ill M f i,'B i t Rr" %' ,,, ;, .i ,, ,, .
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T. ).A Editnr cj M!,e lAo.e .ln Ga-eo; e. 1 ,ttt11 h. 1 nlie t-,i c ilige.e tolHIE J-ttitili *r
,N .wart lirhtere ll h- ,l ihI t-il l.InI. WI l-I I'rh. | e It, l li t i thn r l d ,., -.
Sin- V oiu h. e encl.se I e cop it p er Ftielc u'pt- nJ nl :., alo i, '". pi l C ,r I, tr ,t l h, .'. l'. i ., ti. h ,t .. ,' Ir, i- tl,. I,.l I ,n r,.",1, .
hl Aic b the > ie, t nc f ierd -e t ,rIrsrL. i,,n i i., 't-'... oner, a i -., w inl t '- 1 i -n 't o P -'. r ..., .it i r t. l l *n I h 1.U I t t n T '.d a' --L-.i .1- -
to lhe elit or ofthie, u.ize lett at Pen,i.irml,,,L i, h e ht 'i**I*k C re tid t, it-,t 4 .. jL ,a ,]e t, i I It ,,m '.rnJ \ ti.t tln,..t u, I it ,]ll nlt n lOt I. t tl" i d l. .t
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Fture %nIu that, Ias si.o n as oiur p-...i'icul.. attl ..io. i. ..oid I .1i in l i. ii. .I i.i l 1 1 .;|,t o tl f .1 .i I I ;r-- p,. i ,l I i tii' i I" t.ii J i|in'lhn -- I i .U i 'i -1
ijnrse m ill peir m .n ,i e x .c- ie t l i '. I >w1 .I lh -l i u ri lrl e h r llr on i lie LIi,,'o.l 1, .ii i.. .10,r"' t dl; l ,'iiifl :" .il ll-, :1 llil- i,',i.:,tllu.ti
i-,i-r piomi-ed bl it aslill be put ihnrii 1.e 11i clitti-L ,1 ]. i ..irer t.in hr. I tli- rfie .A t .],il I i ..re, a brig il it ar url i t Iln t J- li -i .. :J.:lt. ol
3,.ui h iitd.. in iler to reirn. e. if p.iei ibl, t "-ci.I; >rl Id. i" it l .) pa .i i ii, ;. r e ,,ii bo ..i. w. e '. l\' [.1. t fien the L,|[L tI -i.i ... riI,, r..r ..t ...I .lA C bI'i: b 'r .ke; -' to tlie
'lie ttpl,.,i ..l .l ii:,i':4 ii ,h th th ... bl eile l oill.. I. u b "r th,. Jl'l l, ",i .. t ] in r- m n lr i i.h >-.ul lu t ,tll,, ll 1 ,, .. ,,, ,r.-i l l ; 1- doe'- th',.
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W\ e h,,ve llhe I., Ioui'ou b &c. llh: lln.;r,-.. It i lhIl :. il I' r [ ll" o c ...I' N lt\'l 'lilti P eril i .,1 th. l.,.,o.- whicAh Ih .ll.- ihded
(- iten-l bi tie b -lfor tn atioiij ed Spanish -'- Jiig r ln r f..,il,\w d.-ID,a l,i l. 1 tlhe i.. .t ,, I, i:v, ,.,, to i l-
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On the .1 snd d flast o4t their setsinn, no The c .ip;Lain erad rer-l. ,',i. r r' t ot .,r.;- ,ll,:i, rl It. |i,,," it, o .,'d i t rt, iLh ,. nit.- i .. '. i lL .h- i ,i' i* i tI,
I's titan r..n petlwoi l,.r ii..-rc-s acre pre. p The cptainm .rd crn "tv po"4 I'rl i.r t-i-e l le r $) t I- -.: it\ otl l. p .t|> of t r, '. d It.,J ] ,tt rl ind tt'Il i.--i i.. :- th` iou .-ro 1 -
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M r. Pope hias sbmrnl ltrl cert&'.n r ,t-lutionn 3 (I l) lake. un i r' i wt &it on t il h ci .,',t .1 o I- ,. e ll.raii., t r.-..ill- o0 l tl, r,. a.. ilti,,-. b,.- li ht t ri t:d nli. ii ll. i-ii .-it )ii', irou ianid ih-
to Ihe l H. of R. tfKEniIct.i.. wl,, i!,,ur Atlani nII pir),' by L I e l iet p,-l y M ,If, I. i tii. \ .inC ,,- J il ,:,. A it, Ik t (i G ,-n..,, S., n I Ml i IMrllJ b,:i,, I,,.,h ; ;i .,i,, iht._i..<.n. \itl, Iltl,:,
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that it,.. Irik fi K enl ck) ,u-ight to recrve ; e l. .' ,1 0.r ,'n. ,..h.'!.. l'. o,1 fi,,lh.l IPh[,. i ,.,_' ,i r 11.l- h,,tO.. ._-., i- -:, -..,..i- h.,;,: ,!-t i, ,H IrjM
roal plv-,pel.y ai r ,,llin ble prrI-.e, in diIh th 'r -,,, o o i, n i ,, rh6'1,," I, IlI-" .? Iii l ti,,: iol.,cl,:,. l i.i, ,J. |.,_l- thn, I..i ,.,n-ih .l .,h- r!'. hl, ,., I'tir l, d -o
cl,,rgRe .f debls in .ll .11. %%i- here t]he pin- ti ', %fre by tit. ihey u, h lr,-t. .,,,I !, r _-'r l. l I... t, u, il...,,. N u ,i.l,,:rh ual- l.e-
cipal -]bltor I,. no olth r ieans f t payment. w l re .o1Itlec d I I l i, ui|-. 'Ii,. t'.' tV, t le ll -. hd arA, I r Ire-
2dly, thai thi bank on it i, gie currency to w re ll c eied t i, ut L 1 P Di ) B ['.N, M ENDF.Z. e. I .,,, ,. .I. Il,,r ,,,m, e
Itle paper uL the lis,,k of the Cu,nrr,,im eaitlli .rgo coii NLed O l i Jtt I. a i ir I ,. ., ., ,, .i.i .-I. .,- ,... tlh... a,- i ,.,- i t .,n j,,.-r,.., i ,t .-a:t
b3 r.ceiviig .Ind re-.,ssui,g f. &c t o r. I Sr. M iri ,t ..--T r. ia l it. 1 ti,.c,: ,J r. rI,, tr.,.I.. 2 ,, c 11..d 'l ,it l i ll .. ,.-'C t,-,r,
G i o % A d- d r p r o p o _a e s n o o t h E r n i c de r a r s rto r e- s tiCl d iTh t' i -it'iT, l i, t h f, :ti i r a \ r :. e i ,r v ,i', i : h lt e i htI i i '. ,'- t i e d i e ;t a in o { it L 'ii i i ,
'If-V:I0g it., dii 9r o' tile t ree, -adr, ppo. cor.nsiitent. They a'r i kr-,no -le%, Ihe f.h .. 1.-It h It % io "Ill- !0-, 1n 11 1. 1. tu e illor ib .L
,mIg lie ,ert.-;' r-f the pn ter of the I snk of tie 'i.g boarded tl.e Ie p. 'It Jernic lMe r .blM -i M bI i e_-, 1,11 1.i w,..
C.: lid I n; *. m e d te x ian t e N p.p ns ere pA., cle.'t l: anr`d Ili3 .-ver, c,,mn t." ,ul .i tt.l lilt ,.ni t on, rl,:,n, Ll l.-i.t 1I i., I rti ,..n t ,.- i r e o1 oir c.-,nn-' t nr,
v ,lhlg.,lt ,) rec- .e nrl i,-: o,, tilte e.W lij i q ',1 lto pri., n ljfor r,.- :-.,n ,ii ...," Tlhe c p m d f.L, ,I lhi un ,1 ,,i n, r-.. .If o .., I, i rli i,-
.,k rle I t -r>l] u e ." Ii", wa ho Ni l, linim ael Ui n hute, Is tt'.ll k iot it n i l ave lthe satisfiit i .. ti i, n ,kirp, our n t .h:. Il t il lh.,- ;,.,t i'ynui it --,. i
bs,.,,ek- h-',. iot bi lc,.b, .*.. t rarl u ,',t m. ahe tlhe Souileir, ca l :,si n,.,r.,oi cl,.ia cte c*Pllenc(y. h.,l I II t,. I,,, .. r, it.rt :. i ,,i, i it: lt,..i.l a ,.,., ;, .. I' .i ,, .... ,- r
le at urure uader ltie title oetitle (. t.pi n hmi 1.\\e hYtve 'e, iiItI.l IrI.ii t ,i I (|.1,,, it lI l. ti, il. t:, |till.
__ -t "ittIl .- J ulLi th.i t ille whinie a. a ii'.;,(i .it .\ii ,. -.i (]t. 'lit m -i-I.lii, it. t I,,.i h 1- T'I 1.- IL'i,'-t pi n.i.i|l.I, s ,i I tiini,- l :'ni
.if o .e gang of LesperarI -e, l ha.e ',., 'Ie...g ses m e, that the b. i i' Ir r i.-. L h -. tl.. i .. .i ',,r ji.J ,.,, .:- 'f iti rr.'. .e n]t
T h e llB ailkS. pret eri up,.,n IL,. .Aniericr.i comnu rct, in tlie fixed, w which will t i. ,t, ,i .l i -1 .' Ill,r- .< .. ,l'. i, ,j ....- io l.. i... .. -,,. ,.14, .r ,1.i% ..l...]
ri-- r lorliuw r! .r .ut,... of Peru- the goveinn..rat ,, I.,,,,1 i. i. i tn I .. | l..i- ''i i. it. i .li ol'-I n ..i 1. i ,h
For there pre ernt, tir M _-chiii' rc the Farmer.t Conier.i.. cte i ii, liic ,iove is l r ir lher h a ic- unit' ; i ll, .i .,''l.nr.lt -,i ti,,: t i ii, .. ..t I.r.,r -,, I, t, ....n .lt
and MN elrcliart. ile LU ,.ui., ai hd tlhe Coinn.erici l n ,i o 1 ;t .. m ,itl nutu re. In tie tj ii.,n. cane j,, i ... 1'I- .\ i ,, ,. 1 ,,'- tl .\ ..!,.: i,..,I.- I...ul, l .. i 1.1 iiinli,\i i 'I, I
n,ii Firrm..rs Rank-, ill talk. on dep .-,n fIrtn- i -' nguis, he nnle .iil ,r.- a l n hi e t .:l.u. n. r .|,,, ,I, el.,rn ,I tr.,-., ,,, it.. .itt1 ttin-, L'irI otn ;. ', ,,1 i_. ,1 t ,ii i. ,, r. A ,.,ini..-. -
tl ,eir c, tsoni ers, the liotef ol thle District Ua.iks it.cl ..,d iJ.,kri. u recl. eJ cie, .e-r Ift6 I lot.Ja is of1lo less iaiport u r c, iitu lI.. n1: lin .r. ca In;l n, r .ii-.i L' I{. i. *.. i
genie, 1' a w Etll 5a the Ai.ni,srili llan a-]nd ht.'3. FI rom ,h.se '' ipp. .iri i.t ','t I.1.'. li of ,,ih America.' -- i i. t i,. i 11, h al.i. i. -
lriicrl, as l nd al. ithe nrt, e c-f lie t r tedeiick tiled ri.tn II ,, .,i,.-, e til, ,:4rg-..- t 0 ..,i I., d, re, r, ', ;It i ,I, I ti ol Iri.le- i. .r .I, ,i ,l .., i.i .in it l, 1 '.-' l.i
Cfer,,ii .I flnk. II i'. 1 n. iou -Vc unilerelood, lihal Juune a ,, and .rc ..I i liv.n. fll' r I' .11 rior i -, tlit, nial it',--n, 'iai, l It,-.i t i, ,- uLL,_.l,', i ,. ,; ih. ii .. .. -r r.. lh
,ie u., i b. elludeI to, wil l ntI be re- n hel'.t t r,-. i t .i tl,, ichi ti el -~ i t, : .,i'.J, in,, ,.I ,l|, I .i -.1 ,O ar., l .t l i, ; .:il ,I ,t .'-t
ct ti-J Iutirr co r-ir.ir..rs wholi %e received llhem that I thi m ,,t' I r I eltt .)Ierrpl tnru.tl tt, lit t- '.1-t i Itm.: r --nI I ; li-. !"All 'I I ..l,-titit t i'i
inii he c..urtS o o t-.i. .....- '.- -..'.. t1i,. irr.t ,ht ,ri l; l. -i.e, l ,,e, i, ,,, .,| i ill-- r. L.'i e a r',. d t li ,. ,. ,,,, ,. .. "t i, r.. i,, t,
e d i n s IL | ,| T .,I l ,1 l p n ichlrd i, :, li .I I I'l a H ii j ,,t, (,, .. L --i,, ri" a r It fit E,
NL-. i',,R, Nov. 8 dfclar..l pui ,u, t e -m n on t.ec.,re le i, rn-.. I,,,,
rapt.. Stow of th,-: brig Ill m ,ita, r.J, inliriri., t a nll i ..- ,N E-cl lI c..rg,,l,,ilh, Cit tt,11d lt, 11 t i7nln i ll ",l"it tlIi l,.'lt rnlt ,i ,,.-il t hr. t l [ i ti o l. ih r iA .ih i h .. l ni --
hlai a te.,nr. beIt hil ttr ~ Irrr at rr,.,t lr.,no loun,eI tu l, I.r.itil r in i t I l,i i.r..t. t w er.s l 'It ,,. n.I .. ,- i .1 I ,il .i ; i :", rl .,, tlI. cutl'ni, li I 1- it ,, n 1 I"-'- anti LI a i m n1,
H1.i '-nal, ,,b inf,-n,ia h i.n il. it Nl,e 1d I. |,vi ". I .d.d Lo the ir, e. r c. wo I l, l-,,,k 11 l -lh, i,. hlh:.,, qni li.{,h ,i t ")ill't iit,..Ii, tt.. E., li,.,f i.,ui nl lli.. ll:,i *.'
l ,rte ip1i e,C (Apt. lit Ui. n .,,. ...l 'I r,.. 11. al,itu .< T i l lr- ti-I lt, b l,,.ii ht r i ; vi, .ik. l,, l i -' 1 C ,ll. ,.i. I i,, *i. ~ mi a ni,,m ol li|,-i i be oal..nliHlU *i -I,. '4 i -, .t. i.-.-
!0( pni.on tr i rr tl r I, n I d ,
itit... orn b .rd o .ne f he c ... J" i re 1.t I- rrt, >;. l| l. aIi.- r il hbil i l. ..1 I i it .li il r. ..t. *,.l : c.uiiil niC e tin t i t'l. i-
.1 le iti-r ol ir.wriiicii. ; I'l.ni I,.d. .il !ie hi'e ..- -- ,Jhl.i I, .,,i r,//,., .,; albn j i, .:llijI it-- i, I ;.':[(.u ,u ,,', / h,: l, _in l i i.
c,..n aln ice ,,d hou in iai .,n ,,. .' .Ii lur )'n' ,, IF i > ,i i, iII u. i f i i, ,F"N L "l-*l .. I.11 1 r.- 'i l [ 'ii: l -, u b- '1li1CL % ill ii. .i llt iie ,i i. r.'.^: l., t.: -'.-
ihl..r ifl',ir.-I, lt a;t t ei i i,:i. ] ll,,t i' a- ta ilf tail ed a truce it *12 ,f i I n .: l I,-r .i.ln It i. 1. a i n. li .. ilt- ,i..-l I ;.,1|[ .t1 1 .t--i.: t.li
SiA,-.-. ,- robbe-, L ti tile .o i i -i. i .,r, The >iipret Jtd( ..l .._i tl, it. Saturday iSan M martin. 1l I I I, i i li,ii, tl ,n, t, l [ t.ll ,- lL.. (I,.. lI. .. tl,,i l h, .. I,i_.~4
,it!i d-l .i .tl .i ih r t S i-i f :..,.-- bound thence,to la',i, delivered many ,'I .,,i..in .r i, cases ,'t' ,i t i' it i lhui .t ni.,Il. i .,- l.~., t. -.-il lt. n i ,. l ti ,.-ii i lI I ,1 .i ,,u1-t nh-'l i ,, ,i t .. I ln ,iiun
i..,-p cl,-ii t ,I un ,t s 'I a the pirates have a thelast .a l : .t a i t ,n,. 'hey decided consentto this e, m. ...li,. i -. !t i,-: b .n ,it the .,,i ,rt- 'lu t,, ,l: Ii, i,_ i h,.
their rer c4vous at that b... na impo ant l" ,' 'i h. .i totter agreed that lite ...- l i.., ,.hall be con- ali.,it IC- .O1 A rt .i,..1: o.-::,-,,.i ., ,,m i, r.. .
t h--tt r e d e L v o u st h atl [ n o t ic e s b t Ib r n ,,ti ,'I i n"i., ,, n a,, I t h e d a y i l n u e d h o i i b o a r d a : ,i t .i h- l ii, ,tt e h a t i [ ,t a d i i', ..mtr l t- I ,i-t .n t "
.Police,T. esquet t toat on which a faoe falls due ,wa in Calhto. ats a neutral situat. ion.. '-I n l --- t ** I. t.. Ii -.,-
A atoi, c r .,k n ashngton, sufficient notice, The courtadiodecided, that l all ai, do1 of, tila to whomn hd been ,i. iA l ,.1 -1 .. t, -lit i at .. n-l I h
t, n e ,- I ..... ,1 iperty of itdiendutls in maritt- enIe .al at L tha mtt tnnt a- t wi the t-- Ii .- .n Ii e .1 ai i ti IC-
*neea -ic lo,- ..r 0 .. .i4 -t..- i, and brought be- i 1 en t ed t i vtuher :i' n. entrustedih. I ,, h,Ct ,nL. a t,- treats tith the f ir,.Si,] ..,I tr ti ,-r .-d .1 ,Le- to. l, ie-
fore the Police, about .,'ch... k yesterday af.nS where tthe r.t l,..l. u t Gen. an M li. ni TLi. .* i |i i n -a- c tuliar -,,t, I I., in-thetir r. I II rI l:r, .IaP i-
ter,,n ni on b.ispi otiouof beingthe. fail ... llRr o',,u_ uft lh ,, ',:, ,: *h." .r, ,_,lt Ihit e rei t. woJd e re t,,-ii ...ir.aihl, d
v.h,,, ki .i-:kd m ,t i ar, d bu,n, tn.. t iriverof tild t l 1. af., i ft ita V i a, :. e, j. ,, ,.., a II n |m It hit t' is I il,. i i it li
t i c.nt rl ri-i.ntI T, h I e r1 i, .1" i litd u i. n'r ,,i i ,t tl,, .- Pn, ..li l!. ,,I in ,i. ..I l,,,t tt.. i hn, ,,,,tl- t :,'t.,llur, r a d Ihdililti ; .ind ol.-,r,., Ir,,,,.
dation on t i ., bit, s .-.- r L' Ilm ,r rid (-i .. i i t-l ilu,. l, i ,, i thlir r t- ,. I *. l. .i I.,i .l l ,t i,'; Il t l tt- :, i, ,,..t i ,., i1,,.- L .- t ;-.,t- .,- h.
anti,- .* w 1 enlmniby- ti itr.t t T t .1..,511it.: It-
n. I! .. x .r, ,t ler o, by ,irI I, t h il ., t r,,- ,, II ,tlr ,. a ,,l .iI ii ,, .. It. lC, .:di,:l ,C tI, -. t ,. .l ,n he prtc ir L lt. ri,..t ,. ii-
J u s ti e A b .c, 'Oar- ,.l c n tiil h li i .l t- r I` ,_- i i h tr- e x a r -i-lieInsI-.'.i in i '.i rh i t- i' I, t t ,] i _i.
i,, .l hisi m-ornippO. I, a wa a tolerable de- I., t rl els. i ,.-ii A. 1l e I. l i a l i s- .. l a
t h '' .., th e ito t r c i,.I r "n e_ h ,, .. lb' 60h 11C-, i n e s ta te d to t h e mi h. i t,., t- l ,i l;zc,-.d i t,
-.n: t lsi. Inr i.,-, i-p- iJt I .rJ i S. i n i,,..] ino f e Ln k ,t," V I t- s -r r- I trt, ln i n, to -- -* bvF r'lrf ln i .1 .. t tH: a held tho s onlyW i t i .. i lN iatl ertd
n, i ,iii ik.u i .r 1i u-oi e t t ie in (:.,ie,,i.lr nd cl, .i clerk l II I r. ,. i ii i i Mii., 1 i- .t iith,t, itrt in. to ti h ttribun l .-if t i tie li.itit it m ,_ t I ,1,-
-,.* n..r. t ,l.irIl ,,-oiie ,tni ti. e -.- fs .,Il,,- a.,,i c,-,,el,,. A '..,.|ti 3m4.. ... i ,, fh I',,. ; ,,,I i- ,- Ib_ i: t- sistenat with thl I n I i' I u,'i.l C-tiril ,.,.-:t
e n il.m-C-rai t i I.--Y O fRK O j 9. rv Ii l- .. c .-, l.-r ,I h'. lit- iin ,, i l i I .tt I ti .-,, J ,,i n no 1 C,. u.... .imiaI ,i' i .i 1i t c ,li. lr.iiu, h. i ..t ; i i, i ,r
rr ..,- t mit 0 hu alre ad itrie, tt h tfit.e ,lt.I,-, .t-- ,mtr,,. hti. thn i doteteaude iee. n i, detail (in-li sim l ht. i-h- conii i- d,. -Ic-i tt,- .. m1, .- t le oitm ',,mi--
t-,.r, I ,, b-.'h .,I,t i -i ;. i !].. t in tli .',i t ale f that icon tract. it .. .,e i1t coni i thilnde eh.. -de I 1.,,I- i. Ii :c.nii ,. l. i i u.I.Itll .: n isr, ot; ,- .th co-iin u : t ie,, |. r,
dIles.k tchtetm Imuchcre dia. prte sunenttia- pintract ld r tiote ll':,--i -let-t] ti sieSceh s, to lea- reLii,.iti.-iel ofthi. e .I; at- rim wit',-.llad on hivariousvtnm -i', -t.
n. I t t .. .. e to v u t. 1. I i t he sebatk tort-.. tt i ;-,a c to receie mitae,; w o was t t I- i ,,, .tit I t .,, i,. stVle w as s m inpe, -',iL .. l. Ir c, a.-,
lr:. I -t, 'n ha i i I e,., ofhe John specield i.al i t ta thi. i bank wa the dep n In, remains of ti J b r3 .l t oj I- ira. eA easio y on prehentd, and -L th .,,n i.. a i adii-
't-I. Adalli., O [. ., .d il. lr leh.r a lin f lom story ,,. ,.n.t i.i cr.i ta. -r He thann vant it L pae rt of the parish cav-alry has already set L t calculated to I pr..s.L i .tit i. ir i,
the wr-eck of the Sea-Fox. Several of the ..i iarr uid Liau,,.t -,.ti b ,;il, ih, .,rs i o. out pr that direction, t kt offmch valua-b importance of- his sutr ggstions. ,n
fit,.i ,n.-' Cu |,.Ul,.ll :..r,,lI a number of our ,gh,. i. It., it i%,,:I ,ir,nunts 1,, .-A I.lu ,in olble treasure iti,,L, t .. .. o. hr-, shamefully he'had conilutade he presented ton tm-co. to
r,,,, i,--|,.,'lu.m i,, hii.tm, n.,it-, have already iiwe, d ,,, i i h Io..\it ,b., ,1 i r l,).,. ltn plunde-edu- it ll lii, i, hu...h u tokaeaof the prbntes nued fto -iendship to
i.ial %...] it d il, I .It ..-- ,:-, I -liberality which ,;t- ir I. l ,.,,ik ,irt 0rd nu.b..-r, iih ir.in th. ile Such is th nea-w l h ave received of- the ., i :- i ofhi overn e t. 'iie ip, I ,k
does them much credit. Three hundred dol- posit, it was to Ie n,,.,rdI,-,d n,.'-.l.r ,ai te situ ation of the liberating al ay of Pat o .atid l Ft,-,,,,, ail ofthir principal Orators, t.. ute.l
l a l..,- .tIm, i-i 1., -i, subscribed, and it i .luti.,, ofa simple deposit, ind hi, ..eril, on- II hat to eommui eate it to your excel- it, nd thaniedhim pincp the name of lisna-
i i,,il i. ti i. -,, i- 1 amount to five hun- ly ir answerable for e the same careof the de. ae t, com municate it to your excel- it, and thanked h in thenameof hisna.
dred. It ispi ..it,.. to i pi.,ht .i li,.,ptain posit is theeyn took of ltleir own spaie. l'They *h ii e *3 be made knTow a to his ex- Ction, for the present, and for t. mint t.ri lie
with a silver t-il;i., a \ '..1i I lh, ilut. ,1 i50; cilid only be ita swerablc e sraucs ross i negli. cellency. tte unc-id ent TH ,LIt iLR i ek r telli. tiI t it.r .1 Irki.. tal it,
the ti,.til: Ill ,i l. ii lit i ji l .. I; and gence ai is cot l sideIred ri-td in ,Iw. If tha e il ..It- ti d L.. i- I el- n, l.;r .n I
eacl.. u, II, .rew with a silver coin i, n.i al h -I, lt rshoii.l li, ., i. %, I i. i l,,, w-itite dours C od presi it ,: ', di n1 nilt i, ,in. il! -, -ir it ih.,t t o, i hi, hithaI,,'d o ,hrRjr,
.. 2"-e li iit, r tint Li. ii r iil ti.- uot>i..-, s tad sany person should have altered arnd A\' it" 1.N t li tn I l-|L I' a h. I l;E, upon l their p i.' Alti i., 1 I oi lilin,
11' .\\ mm i tl i nl. ...: i. iird em- stlen ue money,n ihn the bii ik wotd be liiblei. Sr. Mittiste'oroft'W ar ahde Navy."' been more ; It.oail. te ha l 'in thini: -o .C :iOf-.
.I i .. -. i. c ht, J li i n ail. n l.. -.. n |... .1 .h.. ....... .. A dhe lu. d, o l "
I,'_i'a tllIL t 11.1ti, that it a hit i. late t o u i.-lt to Whetlhe r ti tf I, tn t ,I % I i t tI--I,, a-toat ,o
nr, il. t lil t, ial aI I l i. .. e Lieut. ony cu:tice .O.c.J c "a so it o ar an y i i
E, Ia ,Ilki. % .%i: .i d .t% aI, n: ts1 c s, der s Iit ,l es. I t' Ct I i eC a l et ti tottIda 11t ui. pl
n,- in. a it. i l., l ,. t- -t i ..1. -,,.n iiy,, fotnt ,l,.. ',eaittl, ,tli m,, CtYr ef to l hltt.r o ,n ti ,,, ,,- I, t ,,, ,tr pl- c..t ..T..i,. ]ti .c i i ,, ha la s ,lat itle
The ,i -t .lro a p ee de "W. ,in." .llniii t heir t lnat n dc "tre .. t1,udu ic i on of .. l. !F,. II.I L 1 1t e w1' i s. 11 114.,1 fi t .%i t wth1i"Y.
0 J, i I .J N us in, a dvisif the ir ed th at th e i k i .. ..1L ""so m c t w" e l,,tlnot ito be w wonder h, I t -t
.i I i eu. ,' ''.r.' wh r 1- e lMALio, r a trll. icp irle.nitom.i, uiuy d t'earal P ., I ,% ui.h ,, consider blGh part of thth e itinbabitant of- Havi a,
,.t n .- I, i, i. t ih u 'm w a- ,the .i- i ; boillo as e c tii. ,11 11 1 l't i (ite .-I llt Lt Ii ultU t ive .i.you .-h ,_ .,,,l'.Crte ,t many ofwiom nw have been heard to say in the
ter.has not ruAied in a.,, di' i '.d them, on stu. source hIh .....te ,a ,lce|. te Ind ians in ,ili, I-1,. ,';.,r l, have the ple-a- most public places, that itwas atjustretaliais oii t
l i w -, o .-l i., cn ,i ll,, i .I i. .t ti. I.t a Lt O i, thisciiy, will- deposits to r iany I l.u .t", tl, 1 l tw e'- I .happened to be at a fiall t.miii..i o the e- he- of itil ae slav e trade, and for allowing p,, i.. 1
tI, lI'1i E 1 N-11 [ iltlt IIl.l.'l.. to any cun,stances .,d I iu.i-,le a ir. c -,. lie rokec chiefs, head I.hen and warriors; con- vateers to refit in our ports; and- ny infot Imantqi
,-,..ii, ,ai\ ih.o ,I 1 :., .i m l take ji ,iai..I considered that thi, ,it nti i ,.n .l u, i-r. v.en d 1. Ili. o' it. : i .,.ttt, (..i. Brearly, have expressed their belief, that many per.ston
l ,. 1u, ia ll i.,h, tlit- I .-i!..-o-C mla J.ild ly for ite ben--:it t' o i, dcI, l.. t.ir ,,i,,l for tthi.- O".-,. i ,I ,..-. lit.I,,, [ eitr.niiiiimit\j. of'wealth and influence itn H avana wore in the
1 wasto be considcied j .inipl. \l,,,i, lt ''he manly and dignified deportinti.nit .li l-ir secret, and no doubt had knowledge of. the
The person apprehended ;It \-..1h,, t i,- .- tihe great and onl. .-uni.t eia uiinhclie e Cnt aI agent, anld lIhi- l.et propli ety and decorum depa-iture of the pirates, Wthile tle,.ta-.ei they
street, under suspicion ofb..,-,, i h, hi,,,h i, ,.,,-= ad hesitated, wta tilt dciL e i lat bui t.'thm which hl|:L ,,,, d n ]this inumnerous assein- receivesuch countelance, ai,.l il, .,,tlh.,,, ie.a .1
ber, has been comnittedto Bridewell under ltik for U..i. ti ,. ...t .... blage of more thoan, thousand Indians, .,, Hint a are iactivie end. iindirrer, i-.n ime
I.. i mi.",i ,.t. m .,,, h|| satisfactory re-a 'd stored that tlie t ink, a. a, ret-.ut .,L Ii .1.a meo so rtuch satisfhctioni, t, '\. u Wtiv ill f ai sub l, it is not to be wondered at that tih
-.ill.-l li, i tli.. an.tiii i-. He left I ,hris acts of ita o0 ice-c 'iliti I :me l .r i 01 l iiC is ecise te *in- i-.:. il- excIa-ia-h pirate become n ore dati tn g'. aA d increase ia
tina ltidge, neara- where the mail was rob- no' scope of their aulao'. .lu, t-y aer'e subject .ofaslio. tlt tr.e imberwhii.- _i,.1 I ,it .-.-i encouragement
bed, two ldays atc-rthe robl eraey. -e is very I.uable tor general depositbls, t.h..llt r ret 'd in mLeu n asin h oen u l'r' 1.. -it, li. ,- i the cl o"t to tlim .m.. ,Ini ,:et v. ru such' '.success
t..l.i-lt .inu n .aL., but had u wa ds hel i _ooks ot not, as they :e.c. tbitIor thee t- lit, I inr their new caliing. 1 think on.: ..fot ,imi,._-
n hl u. ".. 1 a hU, | a up.r; oo -ectlessa ofthe w i Y. ka l., t .i,rh t,., th uy e t l th a irii' h.,r slp w m oiaa i -d b .. ni- 1 .ru ,i'i
S ii ..a- "n m u a In may be also liable l-'.,i i .u' I-, u,,, he nuce i, io, I" "- h Il t o .. ..-"l m i anutltorit let ai i ta -t place, their -,.,,i, .i,,,tta i ,
i iI il I -- i tt authiot-itias at t place..ibeit' ceowh tateit IIcI i
-'-Ot ,-,i err i, e- tr- ---- -- .... ;t, o.t"h ef notes left for calccli .. tn.' it hem llimi- n1, ,_ l '- --- t1 '," r I,." ." ." 1.. : ,, t .i ,iui- .'I pnt a stop to s itich h t ti handed till m ,out' it

tie nagrio mi,,it'ut in' t i ',i .hrmt i nu-t tseitk htd ,a tn iii3 tam i .s- 'Vt iotleied o t ,i.mp..pcl nil- i l, vessels to allb un l, iti,-.,.1i1 ofithait Islaad.
ite neg hro, tin lui uirimi 11tn d n |,..,,, .in. i I. jn w ic thi de.. ii t c -. ii ii | I t, "..- i a itiu ll nil.- ilJ.s, in i \ .s tt
lii in,.- -ni. -].. -i .il .lr I I 1 I-I, -| 'in ue i n- w,,n Cit,. hl et ,1,,n ,,, i t ti | ,,i,,, I ;i. m tl, i\,.iiir,, 1,: l ni,. ,,,:.. .,, lih. i' it tee a rTs .totsiarM it eli a OGT, 30.
..i tia .-.i .i iln . .. uu/.' lhe '.,, li.il l:r-e re icti, nn-.., lt Ih I,,i, ,i h,,1 l arii.ti C ,:, tti- IJl.t-.t Il,,|t.| ,.Il J i e'dis-i- (,,, ut o t i at t 1,ta ti l i'th- tau ed.ct, sat-ail.
.t, ', t ti eled .,und ,., tilhti:,.l ,I l. l ii,I Iii- I,,,,k i ,a i, ,min I il, ,k .] -. ,,,,i a l. i,r h,..,..i,]-.Ji'ai :;ltit .mt,' h i.-tin-in hold by ittl ,:-l\'e- .a1, '--on-n'.nt w uen aih ,t in ri ,.
t, ,\. l I, h n.,,1. it. -ia e l. -d lhat lii passion i, ti l, h,,n ,: ,,, h, i.,.l. ',.r ,t it u ,I a ,it lh, ,r,-,i n p ,,,1.i,.. A i,,r,,I-, rt r i .-l', s s w ere l In in' Ifn i.i.,t to esr'apt, 11- 11 ,,-t.a
li hi.n i,, |,,li'-ui l ,l {lnru Im t.i dced lot i n, ti ahs h, .hi... ihnli t n i irtiilu ,iht..ii. -! u .m i,rt ,l I,1 a ,, irnihu 1.,.,o1'- it l ,a .id consider- closely jousued by ihe gntard,'a. nd nd ,fti .--. -- e
i nn ml.. aim,u,:, ,,i,.,ntn ,,,lin u ,,ni .{ I .j purchasel--,ase .udg.ieit rjh a nBt i | able amount laid over foe ui,, i,, lt t dil the re tuakseu ft er ouie was wounded itd h ,; .t,,'\..
,.,..,m,,Iurt. I.u ii i i[ ii tl,,i.i -_, .. -..- t reception ol their ntext fittntuity, the present net. The wounded ottle wat ,[ left i i,.tn., -
It .i..al i.nd i],, i.J..ii ea that he wvent into Dr. Hosale ot New York, I,i be,.-u ch ,', i an being iutsuificient to pay all the debts ,ici r :e meant, wtyile thii ohirs "enold be Siml d,1u,,1ii],, I..,.- .,'e Sunday afternoon litnurra,' ili.bcint h idi (e !rilj Asadinm; of nation. I had ,ii.l.p,.>i,.{ myself to atitriess, in. tit m-.an tlpiae-t'capoel e haa not siaca
jabo ita lre. tt.-tin, .K'o, anda th absngce iStcLCt'i. atnl-railiti.. ainongsichaciowdufsfch materialshchaa- benbeid^. i n .

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SCapt.L Noyes, arri eaat Charleston on the eacl keEp his piLce, ,ltbi,,-onepa atoona,r,: -,: PENS ACOLA. *Turks, hvenol, erobject tha'"1nting tl.
TH e U I 10 N I Nthirty first day of October, in four days from and that without inter.up'oon, n;ont t0 ue long -o threatened with And thonigh sher, ,,uLd n.,, 1.
S tavana,I informs the editors of the Southe rn speeches." r h. .. l h F.TEIR.r ,,.r .G INTFLt.iEZN r.R. ture to pose -S I h herself of tn .-'ri.dsn p.. .In-
SAPatriot ,tha tInstead o Pive, s formerly men-i Arule of t.isind for congress, would ,ie T| e f ing is a extract of a erre ces, eVn, thoughli ,o :nc .4 t. ,
PHILADELPHIn Lt, rl1r celved iifell d sI% ce, by Gent leman of thisI attempt, because all Eurore w,,nld arm ag-wist
'T U S D Y OI N1 G ,N O V M B R 3 ,1 21 tioned, n 0 ~e~ f the .F irlatei had be ,,t oke, siak r n g u lar ly ustfi n[. 1 s t
TUESDAY MOrNING, NOVEMBE1R 13,21.. tiered, ontyed in o thePir boats tor Cape. .. singuta- ul r town from 1,, 'liend linm Pescola. The wri- her, ,t becomes her policy Ithl. t l-s e r, I
r d n th ot o pe .COUNTRY PRODUGE-STORE PRICES. ter is one of titoiae citizens of Petersburg, ho, Ices remain u idei lf domin.os of the Otto.
We have extracted from Nil&' Register an io. The ship Ltcius, Misroom, is detained,I P CiL.DELH,,NOV. 12. since the acquilstion ,,f Florida, has sought to mansandl in the ve. state in nhich they now
account of the exports from the United States owing to a difference between the captors and FLOUR, wheat, iup.cme per bbl b6 ( betterr hid hotune l, oed ommer Ia h s for a long time, be-n n,,pcled
from 1789 to 1820, a document whch, in our owners, concerning the salvage. n e, 3 00 cial establbshment inm thecapital of the western! of harburi.g hr.stle projects a:,inut Turk..% -
humbleopinion, atisfact orily ref lehe rea., U perhhd 3 50 Pro*, irce. Our former tonoman appears to and it is in i, point of view we must consi ler
hThe accounts of th disturbances i n 1pa n, find ,punitrial, the.reality of tin g, somewhat allutle mffl :,5.uCre hei-3 anow iik v :. Adu. t ria
zoning of those theorists, who assert theatthe; 'Te acon t s fPar is turban e ls hin inUN per bushe t 1 at n. f tr ro"ec h- w u n b b s .' ...
dbagehfliffeeinrlatozs s~he ini fl at prints, are greatly exaggerated. Tee s .C n,10w ecun 1.ry 5 i sl'ulle hfniciptoshdpeiul rsn.pwrtita ure.Puci e rsn
cause of public "-rdistress. Iedt1 0e circunstnev, Ie p.rb.ps ss pnt..rete a
By. reference to official statements, it will no doubt, a faction in hat cou ,butt is by u PEssACOLA, 8th Oct. 1821. any other power n ihe co.nsevi.an i ur.
S ans so powerful as the enemies of the H p This place, of hic ou have ear and read key. Whatever be t he form of government
be found that the, ^ exprt las year themt, "ds me su 3luslPotc..~u n~,55 J Thso pn, e wi ch 3,~ out,1 btieIer a d so rcea of k ebk b. -e. h ^ ^o
produce, hexc eed ed inavalustye rthedo et.hlthnew system.wishothe rest o E rope I,, bel ic e. F11: ur -s As 1 ut of tile aggf on sa1 5 ,- 0osa so noteh, i-3, .1, I %f ll be, a sour fj t t lis her- ut i eai at i" al.
prod eeedted r hle o nsideg the greatly changes %%hich have, ... ... i -r roi u tmR- to all Wio c.,me here with the t se con imnn e; but t i ir.pc.rlt lt o l'tince,
erprevious to the war. The exports of for- C eng the greatchanges hch have, p bl. epectation offindingr: either a paradise ora that snotier posei ,h,.ul not .. a Jd.e the If.r-
gn o e h, d ....-ab t within a few aearsi pat, taken place in Spain, ---s---~ --- .lace of flourishing trade, wealthy Dons'or fine kisli empire, an event which would overthrow
eign produce have deceased, but alatca cause of astoaishment- i, not that Moi-e Pl' ouses. I shallendeavour togive youasketch thepuliic..Ilquolihbu of Europe.
o, isuhobeeniolost thereby intpt t,. ..rei'"" touss: ,hal ndsouotne I, th
havebeen lost thereby is, treight,commission, som symptomi of insubordination appear. The schooner Cnombihne, Ap .pi-.n D n,,,hliam, : of what it is-what.it may be heraftetr depends Could tle ite. kuc-.eed in bring Heir
and profits of sock. Admitting, howee, but that they arenot ofa m orealarming arrived here st .ven.g an. he cplin ,tes an circumstances. chains, and e.tablihing their ,dependJence,-.
their total value si.ul be deducted from the b th y are not of a more alarming n an account of an atrocious act of r., ,c," c...nm- Tie town is situated oni the north side of the it islikely they wiou ,I IILen become a power.
ler efhi ,t il er to The--pH ew ha ie ou nmitted on his;vessel on theI 13th Oric.bcr, I.f By about ten or twelve'miles from the sea- ful nation ; for i clinimte of Greece is the
clear income ol't he nation., it will not serve to The sloqp Hunter, which was fitted out in Cape Antonio. Five saHl of pirate vessels bore ex. ending about a mile or a little better along cradle of genius. But itis to be eared that the
Cape Antoaniot. Five sail of pirate vessels bore exe dn b u aml raltl eter' along cradle ot'gonius. -But it is to be feared that the
account for, tle present state ol the country, this city in'July last, by the East Florida Coffee duwn urpn the CormL.i,-. 1 1,. boar3.1 litr shore, and half a mile in depth-the houses policy of several cabinets, ar..1 psriiculailv liht
fhe whole dtflcrence between 1820 and lud17, Land Association, put into Charleston on the ih lsein or e1gh m.., m.n,J'uilt i,,l-.,, -,- aren not closely built, and within this space, ul l.njd. is much ga iinst ,. the"T,,rk
Whn te l t w e, M # is a sp py of p sa a. nket nd lon'g kniv, al-d commenced lite half to three fourths is occupied by vacant are indebted' 1ur their extence to thie
when the largest shipm nts were made, is st inst fora supply of provisions, after a voy. work ofplunder in the .u.dl M.ay. 'lh- treil- .ground and enclosed lots-the greets are regu. conflicting interest of the other power--, and to
but 38,651,481, or bout four dullarsato each age of eight days from Cape Florida. We un- mentlofthe captain u. re a' Ws n.,.t tilr" lisr al SulTcientl) wide, running E &. W. and their inco,,siderrhll eightt i, t. Individual. When we consider that the inhab- derstand that Mr. Chazotte and his companions man. "After searching her, andti finding about XN, and S -The soil is pure while sand plea- lance., Gr'eee me theirfore be -mp red ,o
500 dollars in specie, and inking every thing sa in wet weather, loose and hot in summer. foirbidden fruit, which every one wi'hin In car-
itants of the United Staes consume on an nave. have examined the coast as fair as Cape Tamba, 500 dollars in specie, hand takion, ghevery confthing"ed stivation ofweathery description, eve and hot in summer.idenby away, frut while nbo.h dere o touch. It
rage the value of one hundred dollars eair, and that the report they make thereofis favor. them all in the forecastle, ad callheciJ them up vegetles, entirely neglected, tho' the climate is laus given up to barbaWiii.l -, c ai are protec.
we can never bring ourselves to believe thlat able. The return of the Hunter is daily ex- one hv one ad nd advored byhv beatnug them and soil are admirably calculated for their pro. ted. that it may not attain m turiI it itself.
o tItllig a dr.,iruuen ol their incomes could pectedi when we shall have it in our pow. a tl I t lret-, d mJbe te her nh .r s dueon,,. well as of a varietys offruit, which We must, ther. .ore, weep over th clte of te
locc sion a pa tia dis rgun zato o soc ety'I 1 V tlthey th, wr ,,t tilt" .T h tile fr ,lI I of h.;oti nig re equally disregarded. T he Spani-I popul-i G reeks, and W i.tse.,t th tat policy % I1,oh ,,es dot
occasumn a partial. disorganizaton o1 society, er to lay the particulars of the expedition be- themlo intlldalte to.,e b,-low deck, but uo ion hld either no idea of comfrtl or in.-un el'ys.i accord d lth lhe prinetple tl'jnsitice ,and
I, addmion tothe business of importing and fore our readers. ,lhchoiur.s c. dl bei msle.-- he chaplain, ho enience, or an invincible antipathy to all ta uinmanity." /
ei.hipping cummoditles, we once enjoyed a --- w i it Icebk- ltate nfhe:,lih, %,,a b dt iia i-!. kind of I.ibor or exertion. The present
trode which consisted in transporting goods The master of a schooner narriaved at Charles. ",ilt .i,humn ii:inner, ialter shiflling t,- ball,.t, popul ation mny be estim ted at 200uu ,to ,, ,d, Tr s-iE E a-Tor.BD ErNLLiGEthFr-..
tradom ne forwhich g consis try to another.The ton in 4 days from Havana, reports, that,'the &,. in seaiclh olfmonev, Ihey took out 100 bgs 2500, including th.- garrison ofl 4 or 50O men- .
from .one foreigil country lo another. Tlie, i colm i.,nl evei articli l bre&>l, te, lh at mong yhich I 4hl or 1-3d are Ameican em- ,I
profit thence derived we hase no means of "vemng .Ilore besailed,three piratical vessels nogul, g, an ee rch" ohrd, e, grhat of hi1 lscpions e.cep p on o General Ameiaynca
prfttec, Icouldlibe gl, at. "Ihe schr tils ordl.cred .grant, fa lcrpins cept pti~oni of" Generial Wray ne,
vacchtainng ;- but suppObing i, tu ohavle bhen arrived at Hlavana, prizes to the U. S. brig En- proceed, ,nl arrisedt at Ha.ama, wlheir they capal--the latter requisite as rre here as a Wihose name was a .ound ofterror to the
Sequel tor the whole amo-nt.o ,,ur reign Ir terprize..The Enterprize was off the port, found tie brig II..rnet, o' Ialim. re, which uhile Spaniar.. Porthe last two weeks our -,ige on iiir vf-,.tern froitter, it is .:ll
equal tothe whole amots n.ol h ur h reign r.e and, it' was expected, would enter it, vttsel nhad beer. rubbed b thi,- s5m pirates. population ha' senibly diminihud-- iuIp- k'noon, di-.1 andn waz bur_.,l ob-,irely on ;hlie
the losscould not, sensibly have affected the were inlthe t er ct when tie U S brig pose t o hundred hbae i.0 lihere,.f uclh dts- shares o1 L.ik, Eri nt. ejirne tie .sice hLit
people. It ouldriqujirt s-methLiigmoretli The low price of bread stuffs, is causing con-., ih,,iprvs ,verh'itled them; when ithe fled criplion principally as could be well spared.- brelhren of the Cinicinniti, aroused by- the
/-t, tire l le Iravi,,g their vessels."--... ". The houses with few exception are mean in in, raitutd,_ which l ulli-r, d h,: remtaih to
a deduction ot 10, 1, or 2u doll.,s from the siderable changes in rural economy. A git. Comn..ir. t their appr rtce--old-not calculate. Y hs or e buhl m.,ider in uob, ur."it u.c ul crI hl.u IUJoliars
income of each individual, completely to de-* tleman has lately taken a farm in Che- nes". Rtn h s been and is yet enurmnusly mor a monunt h remains wpre cohed
ra n g e th e A m e rir an N atio n na n g o co u n ty N e w Y o rk ulih icl lie in h ig h bunit m ust lco m e d on i.S e v e r ilkb u ild ,ng .s f or a f b,,,cnd r ennt pt<.>o l R ..ll",:,ndtl e d.
There are various indirect dantdges ari. tends to stock with one thsnd .merino Synod of New Jersey, -,Newr York& ob motsa I n terb d L ,r Di.blln, Phd.,pai cou,,y,
sing from trade, which cannot conveniently be sheep. Another gentleman )rts taken a tract At a meeting of the ?> ....i of Ner York and The after is good and the climate perfectly depftedhbe-.ath the monument, i pre-
reduced to such a forms to be made the sub. in the same county, wlMh he intends to New Jersey, tn Nuw:r.k, Oct. 17, 1821, tie salubrious.-There has been since hny a n-;l eue ofi lt Ci ne,,nit ',,iety of Penlylha-
ject of political arithmetic. These we may, stock with five hundred. o e hundred and following sums were ror .,s h, Vg'bee scarelyaninstane'f sickness except among r-, anti h,-. bitvi Oratiord ehedLs
hoeer upoetob-n atot tere"i collected for trie Profe~svislip in the l'heol ogi invalids from other quarters, or produced here member, the Rut..Willham Rodgcr.s, El D.
however, suppose to be in a ratio to the re. fifty full blooded Srino have already been e: seminary at Priiceton, Ito be endowed bi by the imprudence and filth of common hard late Professo.,r of Enlhsh a.id Belles Leitres,
s. pective trades, and as ouir dome-tic trade is to sent On to itl witti a number of neat cattle of this Synod, viz : drinking characters. The Spani.irdE are polite, in the U-ivYrsi.y ol Pfnrsvlvania. The
our foreign as twenty or tweenty five to one, the full C.kewlell breed. PresbyUtery ofHudson. and i am told, friendly and hospitabl,-ibe3 succeeding obserl tions wivere 'handed to me
the superiority of the latter to the former must Hopewell $4 25 are generally extremely dark, even approaching for the purpose ol'publication by the authlior
'bcoe appaennt, o t tt e e t islature ofRhode Island, at their late Presbery of North River. to black, and the blood of Africa, Barbary, and himself. OBSERVER.
become apparent, and it mst be equally ap. The.gislature of hode Island at teir e (48 62 Old Spain, areso amalgamated that it is diffi GS R.L .\rrnoNv \\AY occupy
parent that no changes abroad without concur- sess y dpp e the solutions o te no 11 50 cult in many cases to draw a correct line of conspicuou-s station amniong. the. heroes andL.
zing folly at home coulducciasion a poral.i- of *ate (" Maryland upon the subject of an ap- Marlborough and New Paltz 10 00 distinction-Th. females are by no means hand- patriots .:. r the An.-iicar Revolution.
national industry / propriation of tl.e land,.s; of the United States to Presbytery of.ewo York some, but are reat and elegantt in their dress, "fIe %,;a born t the y.-at 1745, itn thiscoun-
Naobodcnan de tattegenerp o l purpose&ofstry. Th Education SoeI,, 1n inc Itible Ula., .when.they appear in the streets, particularly tv and coninioniailth, and in (he neigbor-
Nobody can de e general pe.e o e p o education eyS als re Spring street churcli, Ne York 3.) 0 on' church occasions. 'n, of ti.l clurh. He descnde I'rnm
Europehas ccntrithbuted to ourprErj embar- solved that the apportionment ought to be Ruitgers street rissments; but tiedoctr;ne, so n'du -muli made, with a reference to the exertions and Newtown 30 ou ing beyond a trifling town retail business, allof hont were dstinguished for their en-
iculcated, tht s the c. cause, sacrifices of the individual States in the Revo. Herptead, from three individuals ar calculationsare o nmgr octterait t attahmnt to the sacred principle,
rational, and that which make, it the excu lutionary war, ad instructed their ,,,.ator Preaety of'J.ri,, in the extent of that trade. Goods, such as ".AIt r the conmencement of the revolu-
oneisabsurd. We FU) suIP.rfor a litletmeb and Representatives in Congress to act accord. Sundry individualin E.zabethtown 173 81 sell, pay good profit-but in a small way I ionary i struggle, he was pointed in 17.5
thefaults ur prospect. rie. & shorFemale friend do 50 00 and if the articles are not wanted they will not oe
the aults prosper i,, short period b) the r') Bibficiland Cl.rch Society, do 8 2 igo at any price. ,"")ticedhadrr Gon-rve T psn into Ca-lW
follies of foreign. conr.tries, but the causes of Thel.new ship Saluda, which sailed lately Ralway .tl 5) nad. At the close of the i caimp:,,in ol' 177,a
our lasting adversiriy, or permanent prospri'.n13 from New York for CI.1, .1,ion, put into Nor- t o,..ht ims, 1- lnnt 8ee L laih e. t lt Ar inin ,>nd alii.o depir, he a
exi-t uilhin ourche. folk ins a leaky condition. On discli..iing tle N,:w 'F.unll.and 5 50 1 NASBVIIa.E, Oct. 24. cr,:ated a brigJlr geiemil. P'osses-d .:,f
if. h L w r c".,P. .,a Itq.drlale by Jig-noe 'J,.."Ir.r- dPresbyter3 of .% Bruy ir : ,k We understand by gentlemen from Murfreei str1,g mr-ental powers, improved by a course
it si e ~h.. ,iorile~ie>tlorol iheNewarkEF-Pfle c.,g.a, ,,,rl l l,o' d h ,:g ,r -l in. m Pr 'e ge* .C' *u ]'3 o''u llu ieIg llr ee.ile p LI o -.U-r~ih'c riifoteL-da: o
ht tl utr l ,, .rd ,teak tLh e t, '. it. grI *ud,.. bout 11.8. 1 ,0l I -7 boroughl,, that the lgidlature vere lill en ,g' l f,=heaton, he. conrliln d the Lh-r3Vtr, off
-Ro Jd---y -. .3,_; j t-Ln -.,ci.rr"i.el.ce.. (nerilv Nl e | it Hi .,..IL. .l -t- N wl Iiiniuttick i90 uu in lthie iliscuriinn ot ihe is iindlnmentl pruprf'.i hi e s'holu r and g-nIltlolln. Hi-. pitri lloits ,
beckl1, It li pppeii-not to bever3 graleul i to ," u C] 'A ,. ,-.v. .1.a. =1=. 1. -,, t .. 1-.-.I.. il O lu be made in the iidicam y It seems r1. be ti.e or love ofcuuntry, was uniformla so ardent
h I, "cr n vf th>: bold, h h ldnIh.n e thp wt ilic 5 ip was ur. ,s r ..iruel Mill 10, i oi Uu -,,*'*i,. ,llf, l ..t r. l,.-.,l lh rg- wfld lh'l l many ,In us L, can te l ,' tlhat it b,?C3ec n at.
bc ,.eltr, %ao,h tcUall, u.eletoal, deoclar that -rthe stocks, and through carelessness was never t., IbJ 14 o, t.ke |.lAce. I.ile hlusi, oriinprnt. ,i,,-s ,,,rov,:b .4al Uat we had a Wah
crs ionl lflare eded ale i___....o beloric tlnem. it s poabtle hil..t further indul- Ilugtori to conduct our blust!
feedingg in a certain part of a state. We sta. filled up. Total 1047 17 gene will be given to the people south of "It is not exp. cto.d of me, gentllm.n, and
edg i certain ptot" h stte We t.A true extract from the iiii,ut.s of tilhe n, French Broad and Hotston. It is thougon It is htb retren h il n ri, t r h,,i o
ted 1, circumnace on !he autho,;. of a gen. ln example for Conress-T'rhe General As.- A tr WM A. mDOWEIL. Stated lI.'rk, no law in regard to the ankt will b6pa dJ. th o i. r dtt f n
tieman of respectability, in whose veracity we sembly of Rhode Island met at South Kingston,__ There ae numerous applications for divorces, derful inlrary adievemeti ts-these are, or
then placed, and still continue to place, the Tuesday October 30th, and adjourned on the FiA CE. twhichwil probably be granted.The Conven will be, recorded oni the re o1- I,, s ltory,. and
greatest confidence. Ifthe Eagle is not satisfied succeeding Saturday, after B session of five days _. NASoVIL Ie BANK have inconeri-ition betii duelt upon a ihou-
wih. hs'Jthm rdceeienevi h o.NSHIL BN.sand times. he was jubtly rmnked amongst
with this, let him produce evidence o,,the op. A document, exhibiting th present state The Cashier of( this institution has published thosead tie rre l1 trid,:,t(le dry of'those
.positeside, This is the method usually pursued seventy two stockholders in the Bank of tlhe. French Finance, of grait interest and in the last Gazette, a detailed statement of its times which tried men's souls
in similar cases, and our correspondent has Kentucky, holding 1345 shares, have given importance, is given in the Lmndon Courier. situation including the branches; from which "Thie d would be losedefre we could
been at the pains to give very parcular di- notice of their intcntrions to withdraw their It proves, that tle sum, totalof the interest we copy the following rehearse awsllerosdee wecould
atclrd. tca h xiainof the chre. fh renehidebt oi tile I Set. wascinl, rei~earse lalf his illustrious deeds! We should
reactions, so that ifthe Newark editor chooses stock, at the expiration of the charter. "RECAPtULATION. have to dll upon his singular bravery- at
~~~~~~~~63,900,eS4 /6'ancs, which was composed of Dr. For amount of stock pai. n10 55 tebtlso Jad*,ie -ra'w dd
to go, to send, or to write, to ihe election The commissioner, for improving the chlian- pensions ane life annuities, untransierable Amount of!'notes int) circulation 828,547 J1O6timwlh! On hi intrep,;tt at t. P.',li!
gruuRd,he can be at no loss tofina it. n*l of the Ohio, have, at an expense ofabout Consols, anl transferable stock, of which Amount of Individual profits of On his prudent .,ad sol.J'-i crnduct t
Wear rfire- ha evra thiupwards of,ne third is locked up. What a the Bark," 86,108 26 Stony Point emblkmatid ', c ilel o h hai'llon
We are ifoi.med that several other New. four thousand five hundred dollars, removed prosprous tateentthis s: with a powerful Amountde to other Banks, 29,712n i nta al of d as
Jersey editors with whom we do not corres" all the major obstructions between Pittsburgh sinking funi, and in a country full of resour- Amount of Deposits, 52,433 23 dd chievement, a medal of gold was pre-
pond, have taken, or pretended to take, umn. and the state line, so that what was before a ces, improving every hour, should all remain t recatu hiby o ngress. We e c^uld omina
quiet h tioepcedt reicu~-- 209,0"3 apt ula t nbehs eein af ir t preseceown mand
brage at our statement. It was certainly a dangerous and almost impracticable navigation, the t is expected to be extinrui.2,029,305 73' at an oresasen itTo nd
foolish prank, but not worthy of. two newspa- is now rendered perfectly safe, and comparative id'ceaurste of or 10 years.-. ,.a Cr. For amount of Real Estate, '"7,121 after some sanguiary engagementsin Geo-
gdaae 9ater hswonderflsat ucyengagemnt s .bl]inGesr-
per paragraphs, and by no means calculated to ly. easy. 'The legislature at its last session ap. Amount of notes discounted, 1,563,450 24 gia, his wonderful success in tblil.irwhh se.
excite lodalfeelings. If nothing Iorse could be propriated 15,000 dollars for removing obstrue From a 'ith r N. Brunswiek. Amount due by otber.Banks, '41,702 90 urity and order in that state,for which ser-
b t Prumuntefe Frompn crahfag, 14N. Brwnswiek. L ,s L^,itut- :pre's mw
said ofNew Jense), that state would be so ?u. tions and deepening the channel between Pitts Amount of expebills ofexchange, 1,946 84 00 lamented him with a va-.
F *tios ad depeingthechanelbeteenPits-Amounit of bills of exchange, 11,600 lu abl.; lar o.
perior to the olbers, that they uould not bear birgh and Wheeling, and it is now believed 'On OUR CORRESPONDENT.' Amount of Specie on hand, 302,85843 GENERAL WAYNE'was the confidant of
a comparison wilh it, and f nothing worse that for a sum of money not greatly exceedingn,- of the rationalt Avocate, Amount of notes of other banks, 60,625 13 GENERAL WASHINGTON. On pe-ke lakirng
could he said of Pennsylvania, we, at leasi, ihe amaVurt a.-p1oprpiated, the Ohio river will W.eha r"e e Y 'ro11--2 o'clock, P. o o ----.-,.9, -7 place, be retired to pri'v-te lifcet, t oo at-
would be thankful. 'pw We hala received from our Boston cor- $2,029,305 73 ter we findhim an enerr,-(e member of0 the
would oie theagial l in the course of another season afford a nam. re|poinde t, the .'tar, ol the Stith Oct. print- ". The foregoing statement is from the re.- Pennsylvania Convention, which adopted the
The editor of the Eagle has, through inad nation for vessels of thirty tons, in itasmost de.- ed at t. ohn-, New DIunsiik,; th JYova turns made to the Legislature, now in session, present Federal Constitiiuit.,n. Once more
vertenc, made one erroneous statement, which pressed state. Scotialidal Gazette, of the 31st Oct. and by the Nashville Bank and its Branches, with called upon for the go,,il of htIs country, he
we must request him to correct. It was in the Jdrcaan Recorderof :he 3.1 inst. printed the exception of the Rogersvilleand Murfrees- takes tihe command of the arfuV en;,'Ted
Gl Iu-ces te ounl, Ut m Cumberland, that. ac The New York Mercantile Library Associa- at Hal. The ydoi riorou Branc Ban r tf I.in arti- l against the. lnTit .n o,,a aVet', Frretier*
o* c nI on, ormed e ," o nhecles ot fpuittl news. ererdl mteml ul ship- 18 taken firom the statement tborwarded to this -of the perils to'which he and his brethren
pl I e nnudrt I-Bunk tinder date of tile 3d October, and that i rswr xoehsrzl,,.,h:zd
coder.g tnoou curreopundefi., the occurrence. o "ed oeber 1820. "is now a the pm itnhenee are gven under th0r pro- or Mudfrees.borer eofri 3d October, and that i arms were exposed, vi, thrt,,,rn. h, ol
took place. Weshallnot consider .ourselves full te of successful experiment." Upwards per headL Murfreesborogh from the statement of the lis ill .tict.I rr-notiiirrn io.
obligated to take any further notice of it, unless :f 1000 volumes havealready been collected. A Tidifachine, ad.tdto the bay Of1 r7 ] 6,mb&1-,;l ma il at cpre-riimnentillv beem,, t
testimony is brought to disprove testimony. members of the association are at present Fi sbeen invented at St. Johns, (N. L stature r e-i e conqueror of the rurder,,us and endl nat
-175 in number and daily increasing B.) w no, it is said, may be applied to the savages--their power was dsr..ii d, and im
Com. Bainbridge has been appointed to the n nme Purposetof a saw mill, a grist mill, or any ,' the following year he eon.ludJadJd ,1, lnniie
command of the naval station in this cit in the The Floridian of October 15 states that d.. j r uqful machinery, where great power ^ __ treatydof peace with thuem, which from that
place of the late Commodore Murray.. It is ex. ring the late gale, the sloop Montgomery, Cre is It appears that considerable loss was SpSe roD THE NATIONAL VDVOCATE, "Iftime would bur allow, how could we
.pected that Comn. Tingey will fill the vacancy at ^mer was lost off Dauphin Island. The (crew tainted uNova Scotia, by the inauspicious Therfollowing letter on the fairss of Greece dwell upon Gen. AYNE'S virtues as
Boston, occasioned by the removal of Corn i and passengers, fifteen in number, perished. weathehich prevailed the end Au- and T"rkey, contains some heas of interest. It A Neighbor,
Bainbridge" e.. gust antbeg inng of September. A per- is translated hrom late French papers. A Friend,
__, The measures have proved very fatal among yetual dzzling ram interrupted the cheer- "Whoever is master of Constantinople, can A Husband,
The brig Melita, Pastorious, which arrived the children in Marblehead the present season. ful. to_ s .t.rea.per,and some grain stood easily seize upon Egypt. It is, therefore, A Parent
out thrc weeks m stack, from the want o1' evident -that if the Turks had wished to In the month of December, 1796, his nat-
at this port yesterday, from Trinidad de Cuba, There have been twenty four deaths by this dry wether'of.ulfikl,> pern.annoce to have raise themselves to the eight of the age, riotic and honorable life was terminatcd.-
.was robbed by pirates off Cape Antonio, disease in the period of one month, itjiousd. Ser'al line. ilchd on tile penin- they would have been in full possession of He died in a hut in the wilderness, and was
-- sula wee drenclhed n rb wet, ad tlr, crops the commerce of the east. Who does not interred on the shores of Lakvl F,,r r ,,-.i.
The men who were taken from the wreck The New York Convention adjourned on Sa- being bat down before they were thorough- remember what Egypt was formerly ? His- in his last moments to th.: so. .i., n ,ll of
of the ship Sea Fox, were in the forecastle at turday. On taking the final question on the en- ly ripe, vere in some cases altogether de- tory. acquaints us with the frequent attempts God! But we have come not to bury Gen
the time sle capsized. Though .up to their grossed copy, the ayes were 102, nays 8. On strayed that were made flr connecting the Red sea WAY'rz, but simply to relate that praise
ecks in water, they r worked their wady into ray the convention determined that the new B^lO NOV. 10. ." D Ot hdi i
rights, subsisting on .flour and. hwgslard. As in force from lhe last day of Dece.ber, in the below,toded to depress the markets for bread- nice to be huilt on the Red sea, and that You might search almost in vain for hli
they are in a destitute state, mi appeal .is year one thousand eight hundred and twenty it ben aase the semphoriem of thcomm o G r ufe tous rain byacountry
made to the citizens in their behalf. Any con. t. e intend to publish .,the amendments as e citing nature of circumstances will carried on through Egypt would doubtless which le had ait served d t
tributions for their relief wdll be thankfully at length to morrow. They will afford our permit: s ruin the one m.de throught the Capeof Good deserhedacl deat e who
received by Mr. Kitchen, at the Merchants, readers" oppo "ny jug"g heter por Supri ouiper b0o incethatt) tracpt isebotth longer wan ato t h cou ^nenher ^ai
Coffee House,. i,.,: l +n.,uce ii recrogr.di^n or advancing. lied 1o do i 90 to 1 25 andria; and England is fully sensible that she te .wiot .as mortal of a Heo and a
R-- -- Kye,* 60 Gents is indebted Per her commercial prosperity in abrio .
Mr. David L. Brown, proprietor of the "Din. In D'Oyley's Life of Archbishop San,:tioft. a IndianCorn, 60 to 55 lidia, to the ignorance and prejudices of he His surviving brethren in arms were

ner partyy" bas kn,,ll .tilred to. appropriate copy ,is given of a manuscript in Lambeth Li- Oats, 30 to 35 ometas; fr the uis government roused-the ennsylvai S,,i- l .Cinci-
..never kaewhw to avail th elf ofitshgreat re- t ho n sylvnier r ,,r wcin,
the money, received for oneday's exhibition, brary, containing the rules of the convocation in ures. ng nd islikewise convinced that liberally voted to perpetuteisae b
tothe irlief of the four seamen, taken from the 1661, for rei,ig te LE n rgy., Among other h a h SA VmAN, Oct.'31. any other government would destroy her com. handsome monument. That is the monu-
-euain'eThe trial oltengoflo eto mercee she consequently has an interest in merit, Land this is the inseriptiou--(H~e ),,tht
wreck of the Sea Fox. This calebraied paint-i regulations we noticed the tuiou ing, wlhiclih we place on MQnd last fingi^ oIo f erce e csqu ley has an interest in menk, and tis is the inscription --(Here the
inr,y. Col. Henry Sergeant of Boston, is h,;ih have'transcribed, in hopes that a certain dell- themurderlofKr. Saunders, in July t. l"rle s.n alheogwII.t reign she need not entertain-an it, wts not inserted inhis to tea. T.
lyprit-d by connoisseurs. It will'be .exhib.' brative assembly in outr own country, may testimony was e understand, n l- e and satis apprehend lin osing ennertdiaa respectable it (
facor a tohi;ult.Th jryreturned after Such Wa.a the cause of the disquietude ol intoeeuinhe nutt:t tra1
itJ ..at .Mr. Morgan's, No. 114 Chesaut street, adopt somethingof a similardescipton. be ut a shttme wistoh uver d itiof ,t, ll wl a when Napol e ol t pe onde g t into execution have el Jurte.'h' i "
till SUd., th insth May 22,--Precibus pcr.is, ordered that He .i to be han on Saturdayy ucxt.L- p. '. T the .cou hsh a te te 0 t ee sofel F1a t as c e
I'u th bucor w'c~ l afod to th eto*r ;jeX Qrkt ~r Vi

4 ,.,, 0.l ,,.l.l-l, il .l w e, n e t
"ll'. e 'l,..ti n is affirmed, have alned) grti.d cllad en, ai.d twenit hle giaet grad NAILS, wtoitght iron lb
doubled th.,-se o l rdinard -ea .,ico s, and t tl tlle chi'elithhi .1 I II'LA 'T'-II ol I'AILS .itni
vcTr.or, it alr..,d. rlat nn ..e hilll of them i,.,s 'tk.tm4I w PAINIl'S. [1. LeiLd, dry c t
irecrii .1is pu...-,cr dt.t satiun HIe haiu been IEllD, D.J white doai do
at ,least itiin.ed, that scvt'rld cargoes and Ou Saturd y, thel... ilst. Mr. .oIt Pru Cu tu. Do do. do. 11 oil
entire cov.s'' !hate bien minteicepted b) the VEAUit, long a iespec'able inhabit nt of this city. Do Span. Brown dry,
Greeks, 01n 1 i.j,, a ei''eI' last later r a lingering : Do do do in oil
Many pr...r-,, h;''e a%; .led, at the departure illh,':e hi,.Ii sIe t-..er. ari Cliistun r'cigni- Do Ochre yel. dry
of vessels laden unih gain, Ilithat theyv igln ..ion, Mrs. ELIzAeanT -Antxoua, in the 65th Do)do do in oil,
,.ei i, ...h the p las to which they were con- year of ilir ige.. RAISINS, Malaga cask
signed, atid il., .-rtr ca.f'I es be dividedd be AtNew York, Wnm. Irving, Esq. formerly a 1RAG.1 loieigin lb
tween tOwe two '!.'-lil. c.,.i-' It would appearr, tiinbet o' Congress from that stale. SAL'T', Livcri.ool, fine bush
thalt tli.i ai.,es have been realized. At Ne Itruiswick, N. J. Jatms Richmond, Do l'oik's Illand
ii i- ,i,,t.iful o t.. -tllI a,. I a ,. Al; could Es'l. -ged 7. 'SPIR !''S, J.lm 4th pi. gal
l.,aV: .iii,.I 1 a.ich a lU1.u l Ii \ .1 iproivi,iuli, if .tA L. nnc., er Pt on. Dr.. Samuel C. Ofl'.er,I Do 11 lihda, .'J a 3d.
i. I. ,.] n'..t i 'e, ti ,s .. p u i' d eti..,ugtl ni- .C ig:d '9 ; MI. Al.i6llin C. Jacobs, 21, son ol o)- oDor .'.icr,, h'i.4thl d
.Itle tins I .," I i' iiii. ila. figatiun 'iom ) iuian. ';,,i Jacobs, q. UDo i i 1il11. I', pr.
A. :'. t .', .. .. ,' ain, v.hich '.-ables the si l:TEL., Ger. Hll,,,aclh 1n
i it r ,-P-.p-' ..th itie Jii uua p.aspage D iin-At Nonrtliimiltn., (Penn.) on the Du Lnbl,sh,Ciowlei.. iag
cr'h.' th 1- b ir .'i il e eiiitcrrai ,.cat 1 ;i. iant.iia altcr al. i.t L i li.e.s oftwo weeks, Do do bi.bteicti lb
The grain sent ai.iialkl i. (L*ortla.itiiinple is MASI IIotLLI e aiustuiii, 111 the twenty-Fourth Do Swuclish
tpt the only tri'..u.e '.. l..i tieli p',cla is obliged year ol lic: ,, e, Do Trieste
it p-,, t. il., (tli ,'i r.c.'e-'. iHe s al.sol b.iid This amiable and intere-tiiq, girl was on a SUGAR, Mus. prime cwt"
1t tfidil t.--.iiei.c-c i a a.pC..iicIl number ot visit to arel.ative, ithIr-.ri nil'. tromt the re- Do. do 2d & 3d qual.
days.) tothei gie:. cat:I .i, u .ch pta1.ss CLCi a sidence of her family. It pleased Providence' Do Hav. wh. prime
y'ear from t lilt c .-is01 ol U.ntl. ;,N.J d Mecc., ad t'o take her to himself ; antd her pure spirit cu..' -Do do 2d &- 3d qual.
to ilhcse whichlci -Itit c11 i, 'hilt.id .iear Irroin cointii.iai iiiL b)y tle world in which shq lived, Do Candy, China lb
the states oi Morocco for the sairm plgrimjage. 1.. h,i.c to J better. TEAS, Hyson
,'he subsistence of the holy cel s iI MAelmin Scldom has the painful duty fallen to any Do 'ouing -Iy'son .:
ind Mecca, ;-.lIk.. ci,. .iii.r,1ied tb Egylot, and one, torecord a.I .-lth more pi.tg'iinally i, )t o Illsurn Skill
.t i \t1; wht .c t.airl) .-cii.lA .a competent -. .te' lcpl>l ree:-:i.l J 1. 'lh hlave hlier l nim l Do Souchong
igratui\ t'r their e.ansun.fpti.jil. a.1 f'. hids t.. miuian for the lous uf one in .lie TOBA I' 'lialm of lh'-, s.no ipuss ied a iearii'i eobleid lt D doi 2.- a J dttiil.
R ; r t.' ,: :- I'ct.i I t.:, T'.-The reve. L) ..i, triunue lIat can ail.itin I le female Dfu%. i. D.amiiiit .) leal
iy I, .C (.'i-.. .. t .in I I1 il enrVy l., 'ii*i te'-. SheJiau -J to a highily 'ulliivatcd tb. \.J iitt. 'ami.t
tfili, i,nou t. t uoily to 53,iU.,', andl the or,.ii .1111 1 ied 1o.1 t l..1u.tiding, that .uLtractl e sitet- W INE, Mad. L. I'.uld gal
,.t t '. A I G ... -,I*- "'-. .'r .. ,1 ,-I ,-,..,l,, .. i, >J .,, l. .1,,i,ll, = ,dealr' l hI ) T .ner 'ifle ,, L'. .
4 j .ti,' le.t.-.. the -r : .a.-1 i.r-ous :.ly .f I ,,',;J 'r.... l u a ba l. ..I 11.- laf i.'e.:a u tf er **a:- D .. L s'.],i t
fJ" thle ia uppIt l ats L.osehuahul, for his v,.d, quatintale, Lio 1alag .

1 -10
'1 50
* 80
12 .50

1 do Super C:.aiuAn ete' ng-,
Black Scisl'',ws iuld 1 Satsnet',
Green I triaitiri'- ..nd I lnic ces.
White and black Italian Crapes,
Best Italian Sewing Silks, blue, black and as
sorted colors, -
India do light dye and cloth coloured,
Naunkint and Canton Crapes,
4.4 Damask and black Silk Hdkfs.'
S5-4 and 6.4 black Silk Shawls,
6-4,7.4 and 8-4 Merino do
Black and white Thule Ribbands assorted.
'With a vahic) L.f uthlcr C.OODS, all ofwhich
having been hu,uigl tor cash, .t tile lowest auc-
iionprices, and till ue sold low for cash or
KETS, and CAltP'h IINGa., b) retail, :t r.-du-
ced prices. Inov 13--d&cptl

'ake Notice,
F 1rHAT I have applied to the Judges of the'
I. Court of Common: Pleas, in and for the
county of Cape May, for the benefit of the. in-
solvent Laws of the state of New ,erSey, and
they liave apoi'ttd Sa'uridy, hO e-ighth day
1ol DeccinbL-r next, at ten o'clock in the fore-
* noon, in the i Middle township, in the county
5 .nree.'il, to hear me antId mj credit.9s-&l..,t
c Cin hle aid for or against my lit', ratiun hioun
coiflinement ~i un ini.uliLi.l debtor.
SAmos Edwards.
5 Cape l Jril, OcLober the 24th, 1821.

it be conreyedto this cemetery ofhis fathers robe, for (lie epcse etmb :,46eq nd i* ,""'"" 'l .' .' Sprflile fe lotti
b arn al,.ctioniate and d.tifiUl on. oun r o o- iiJ, eIl ,'pei t,.. "iI% 'u .-I n, ,' .I l piflhhltu l'ri'.-i r- r fl,.t'. I(,t" f 'w~v' *.. -q iE.a r,. igrh .. 1,1,1, Pl P,. it nd.
ther. The stranger, ihe f -'ilA ttavelier, be i ,gin' cw n, 1 1 '.... P1r c P .r Ei Er ,'r. .. I eping a'l t,- l.. .up.Iov o" Hi ".i>' b tL
tb citizen-the oldier-all- all- in utur re ali ,cou ld'lt l t .thePh, lv.In '1i r b. it ..... .... r.,... s, .r C .., liPe ll sell t
,i;' tt" y '-ivti or i ide thi- w .y iy ill m ake ple ie c uld i r'i c i n i,,n a i l' tES 1itt,.' N.k .t P? i .Si I. ic r, .lt \ i-- 'r, L, h .ie.il .t .iul e y t e
ithe ina rbili' nol odr onleth ,y IIi il''ute .o Z),ll iJ lunliC h ,,.. c Ii S~ i i .ixeI, ,f i ctau rI,11I r', t I tt c3u 'e a rd, as isnaJxiniciti eti Ai.tt -e p''.
a ,olcni pau-e, will read thi incri ,lit n o n r a i .. sk I.7 7.: orieed; 1 14, li 1 k. I, ch ae. .
hi s onum t, ill recount hi r-laed0,00i a tear in alddioni' to his iveinie, s' (1'1l, *3) 140 109 ulikred 1815, 1Ill ::-RKed, 1101A Hired aV vi. R. (OUlil>
iJeeis- hintmny, many \irtu,e-s-- ill "e, i" t hi, ,t ,,,al income an c.,r,,ted unl r, ,t., r .- T. I I",e percer't.. r.rre: F'n cenr 18.'1, .
and rn,. tion with r..spcct h.- ha. cri t ,.- 0aJ lIperrnemn tTh .t B" t i'. 'd i .:". -- -6 lu'. a .kerJ r1e Herde ; :e ,., I .'- .cent-A ..
done aid com pl eted this da b.y the PVnn- s e ,s ,nio' |.,, ,.v e ',. k ... .. S 5 I l -1.3 ,tluc. 1 u .t ees, .. ik.,l, 5i e j N .ll. oct -, ittcpetr .
ihisd -oiI his 'inn e u tnt V il iii 6 sIte pIy of is t roc1Xts b I i., t'ii lltI1. ,I'hV.Ss, Ubl 1 .0 l1 iiZ". IhI'CtI. l ee ,lW4.k--, 7"4 o11,r t 3-d&cpeoil7i,
lhslfia Society oflthe Cinemnati! Having eniiable, ih.' the pay of his troops t sh,,ult, ; d. ank U Stat,.., 11 i, it.ner,. ll.lls on
hiI|ded his country f'inte the barbarous to- tn c,lm|t.tr,.,tI. tb tiel pr .selt l :.,1: es h l-i '.i. to. T, lb I l.,drn, lDu ior a i ; It oJba Is, Is.tr .r.t ,re.t i )", ,t ti (t ll uibli V t'" I
iimahtuAk andscalpingk ,ileol the savatisav ia-, (linri su, igh. H,. array c,,iiit'l ot 2, .J'i, i. h lb um; Dubioon,, s 5 0 a 15 S-.ld,..i. i t i e Ie
vin; cstalhlsbled her boundaries, hartlg for- :,rchje, to each at lhoin lie .e 6,1 a das, .n.-J i ... SE, Con On S.-.ni-.tla) ri 1,llh rt t Ie .rmenth
red her enemies to sie for her protection, 000U0 hlorsemen, whom he pail a i rate ul ..L, .' i, it ,,. Ftm.-nth I.N,,.mbel n .1 ni tiTe it of
ias in? beheld her triuntphanrt. rich nIliats a-.dy. 'li, : was, int le -r 1421. ,tLUIO, O N i,-. ,a, -- I -- ilealth i lce, ., t,he.- ,t
and it'-rt in tin. t-the great, [ie go,-,d, the i Do. ['.-.t-. *i.. 16 -- 7 o.e..mber11), 18' t,.h r. ,
prh- 1 sh,.'e i i e. o nin l t la s 1 of Coilr Y. SIrn h I 05 Interments in the City and Liberties of Ph. in t.e toyralni of tipp.. r A. I'-, k,
cold, cold clods ofthe v:.,lI,, until nCe ij.olt -- D L -- e 1l6 phia, from th,. 3I to the 101h, N -g | c<.urs if Siam, ar, Site of NLw.
again I.fore th.e Throne oof rUGa! r. ., o -14. r A r -, I|. 1: ;se n ms
Nua l.oi mor to hisi:sli.Ce, li nt.e bc ant l in, IliGII l' OF ANGLING. Do. 7- -- 17 -- 22 DIs |,S2s ,,s D S SE. l, iu lWOnt, Atisr.ini li .V. ,a I'.iihr.e *I om
Aid tll,i n u.>f il,.ib s la it.; to. I. itI .,ea'e, It t,, 'is. id,'ta .--M lesi". Sc rile", Do l.- 2U. 21 -". .. ,,,,; h,,. -, rr, pt ).l (j...r.iiif 1n- "' '
L.-sh. Lititedile, .d Law. ur.re I..tIll,.. I Stitis .,- ii Im a. .p "rl jril-r.- lnot
tifln; M-Iesr. Brough:,m, "Tinilall, Aldersoun, and Plds 1, -- '2 A ,ce 5 "1 u B. ,,iit o c- 1. ,' uio .l 'h t, I. e 4 r- p omI ,h' -r'.- 'tlit
PulpUi tloqtunte. Ad,,cs,,,i,f,,rl>,hAlec,d,nt. Bcdtick 25 38 Atrphy 1 u teve r, T phs onI la,, l it ed res .rtr, br ,no the r...luai, hty,
Mr S. si i.l .i.'e r l [,J l.intifil w s Henrn Clu.mbrjy I1 19 Bltil u I FIloopii g rr h 0 "' o h ,1t iid ,, le rs T,. 1 r,n.l i i. I.en
(.'lis of tian addr'ss to .Sin.,/y .S,.ho./i,, by f/ts HtI .idi, t. **I. Lt..h.I C..',I.--l li qiest;on FEA I'l Ii ItS, (Amer.) lb 1- 04 43 Hi'm of' U h. l ll. nn.u I H : t d. .,'lir. Ini.,' is in
cet. '1'Thmas liql'es, of LitrpLool, Eng'- was tEle' her the cusons.,i tiants on the ma. IFLOUIt, wh. I'. 5. 1". bL lulhsiedns I7 Iit.,me br.it o' 1 thle niprle-s u at..,i .I.:,ril nir, bw andOi
lea,1, niriii \Vi, iIhrcll l I. right ou halting by Lite Do. rye, 50 Coin lsins I 7 the breast I the iprrn.'eal r a good ~aw p nii npert.t a srii. and
CGa we estimate the ralue of a single, an r .adJ ,i a cer,Ain .tnti ultone side oi uie river 1io. corn meal, 3 CL Ct, impdun of 6 L s 061 1 in .'. l rep-Ir The il opens t. s.r re pdn..l
immortn l soul, a deathless bing? By lat ,n. e D do. hhd 14 50 thle luii6s B i. i lels.! .~4 ,. Ii.- stream ..r e a ric
d sllyou calcate i Wh hat Mr. tlow.mrdhad:ll.the fittings of ihe Eden FURS, beaver, N. Ib '~s. ohip xyI .Potu 0 t ii I -,,%i,:i 'Inte, rie rei ol pwesr aI
;,n,;- rd\ .ll v ot co m pal c r e it \o llh ,? o i. n, hit ,1 I p t It, l,e l)e :,,n e aid C h',pte ro f D o do S W "2 3 .5 D ise ,se o f h ..p } 1 M i a a.P o lu I | t, B e, .
everob aomll Ihe compre it' Co rci C the ur- C(,,,I,,le: t'.ut his g,-,,i nau U in gi,.ig, le.,ve t, Do. bear, k;n 1 3 j..t OL, .\Age 1 ell ul I.ter .ie dr, grain nd wg
veraom grein. Could you nmako the calcula- all his nicghbous to angle Ld bre.l,,tt lhi, Do. fox, gray, 20 25 'Dropiy 1 0 PIl hoo, Bi id oilir at bidi.ng, young
ro aahm uf right agaiSt hmn. The value ut it to lDo. do. led, 1 I1 25 U3conery 1 2 Scroula U I ,l o-at, t ad or naftedfruit it,ldiheDe, t kinds,
lion s min tihti s as the .e are atoms, atnd |e ctstiinary tei.,.nt was nlithing. It w.,ulJ Do. mink, 1 5 Icl,llity 3 Sore lrot o-
te.-ll t ll mitiy suin, it maould fail,literally ,tI' nake them idle and u.ele. Dr Ji0ltrnson Do. muskrat, 3 5 43 LjF, ipJns J ~, r 1 sp,, r proptm ili i i olh altogether ry thi
and truly it u,,il. fail, to coiuVey' to ui, dially ,libeied uant glr,I A i..I and line with a DI. otter, 2 3U0 I't r 0 I Still born U e acrr in p uill de souialtogethier by the
adequate idea of the %alue and imnportance of fool at Ile one end, aind, a lilsh at the other." Do. raccoon, 40 50 lIcmmittent 5 0 sudden 1 u Anyct 'r in pis to sithe proppulaer.ty
a sin i, sonl; ifor aln -ill this 't.alll tIer' Mr. Justice H,.i,:I-d-N', a wolm at the GRtAiN, wheat, bush 1 5 1 12 U.ihOus 2 Unltknown eAny. lpre ro ...s;hing to view Ibe property
expel. Ii .1 in lth: urstut of Iiihappiiness, lht olher. Du. r)e, %Au 65 pp.. to njami Nh Hain-b la tsI--
siitrit would br still in the dawn and ifliancy Mr. Brouthaim-Aye, to be sure : happy is Do. corn lenn. 60 63 Carried over, 21 16 Total' 67--36o S oi na' m a i' 1tthereon t ,,
of' its existeince-pailting fur a felicity it he thli hats fish. 1Do. do. southeili 53 55 OHt foreguing there 'were- S.Ie to commence at 10 o'clock on said day,
coulil nt purclih-.e. W VillIou then all'empt- An old coclhman of Mr Hoicard's gave e'i- Do. ua ts, 31' 35 lnil.:r l \..arc 1 Fr'.m r.5l to 60 6 wht, .ittendanrce ill be given hid cunditons
the c,l.-utaton :nid tell is tlie aiimount lie- ileice of a Totice published n tlie church-ya,.l GUNPO'VDEIt, Am. j2.jij 5 a S i'utii 1 t,) 2 4- 60 to 701 made kniIvtn.
fore you pronounce the nuighly suot-pause. twenty years ago, repeating every imne and le. HAMS,.lersey&otheis Ib I') 13 2 to 5 3 70 .i 80 3 AL'O,
Fi 'es you considered the JuratiUoi 'eternityv ler ol it-"'-Whereas the salmon b...od," &c IRON, in bars torn 110 to IU. 1 8 to 90 1 On Se'citlh-Ja.di, the 't'/ i .f .'ie Same .1tfIr an
If \uu have n.it,, I adjure Pit ponder "it Mr. Scarti'i-Yuu need not give every aotd Do Sheet 195 2C) 10 to 20 2 9U to luUl 0 ,,0e Pr.'r;es,
well ei. you Ibormyour estino.tieof the Iork unlisyo i like. Du Hoop, large 1LS 1.30 toi 30 8 .- n Lscellet [i rm, ituated in the
I ow eni marim d, anld the soul. for whlti I Witnesas-Sall I begin again. "Whereas the Du do small 140 o~i) to 4U .1 Tolal, 67 -hip Eve.han in tile C- unty o
plead The. alt'., at whose ,i l..J I sludil.:r; salmon broid," hp. I LAlD, i'enn. lb II 40 tou :;U r oi i Unrlip. g I. and, i n ae uIl o jr'.."-.
the o'. it,lvi'he imitiuensity I anm eon- Mr. Hr'eUarn-Did you hear a sermon that iLLtLATIIER, S house, 2. 28 Of the al,,e nLune.ir, Wrle iO t he Ail,rn, .li h|a rl fm E '. Meet-
euu:ded,; tay he Itboined and, defined-I.ut d) .) Yes. Do. soal, other 24 -.0 House, .u o colu uae included in te ront an.i and
fetounity!V I'It adtenturer ever stretched Come then, give us as much otlhe sermon i Do. upper, dressed, side 2 75 3 50 the total tmoun'. ile hiom Mount Holl adjuinigi g linds of Stacy
hit brrnty! ad on that abysi, anr d rct n- No ;I dn.i't remember any thiiig about it. I.ULMBER, viz. p. ft. l.ol) B3 ordcr of lthe Bn:i.1, IIin., Job H rtes .rl olicin, countin;ng one
l p hlu siobr.' tidon- thth stdis, of tr e r l11.w happens that now ? fell, becaunelsaw Bard:, v.pine I a '.2 n 12 14 J-i--tat' I'Ril OR, Clerk. hund ad land hl,y acre.-r00 rI ,ilabl, land,
Stpoile coast 'Tis a igull th Iat ias no hot-e I* notice fterwarJ, and [ ,,never saw the ser- Do. do. heart, I n. 25 -- 30i 5 of lead w, all ot the fir-.t tate, wiiih 223 crews
triop,itecoa Tose rude billota never n o boll mn. Do.do. w. p. paincl, 35 30 STATE O.' 'F TIE THEIMOMIlTTElt. o oodlno well ibered. It s under Cedar
tri ean se rude billon ever ol Iih I hIad so good a memory. Well, I tas Do.do. common, 17 50 22 50 1821. vu'cl'.'ck. 12 u' lck. o'clock ole cV', a ld in cood repair. Itre is der, Cedar
and r Pi l1nd a -Ind. rri- age&up- ,, rteinmk.Able for a good memory. Scanttlnrg, pine, 15 20 Nu. 5, 4 al St prer.iies a iatac liame House, uili a g ood well
on he raids aoleiq.hutped dp till t un s 6lutit Oi nu did not gi'.: us -"God se ihe King" Du. heart pine, 25 30 t, 49) 5u 5s 's aier; also,a go.d Uarn and rihouse-
and imlier are exhausted, leave lie bouind- as p.rt of it No, there was no King belong- Do sap 14 7., 47 '1 51 Likuise, a good Apple and Peach Orchard of
les) wasti of' duration unexplored. Th in it Lath, oak 7 9 8 4 51 5 e good A e and Peach Orchard
hate' d.Jiaced rnot an atom I'roi ,ternitt.- I,, ier.I isa no King but Iiernry Iovard ? Oar, ttters 0 2 9 ; 46 54 58 wlit. o w wi be shewn he
me--et ity.-_ 'nwaPcrc,,. awShing to ';ew will be shewn the
les, these myi.ads ol'ages,thatlspirit whoe Tlhcre n-eeded nit a better mant. finmber, pine .'5 10.. 44 45 44 stan by appllng to Jamesa Lewisr living there-
sorl you are to dal-ulalte must iinhert, E'idence utisgiven ofrhe boys in a school Do inch spruce 12 20 o. Sle t' ci.mmence on said day at 1i
thilst tiach, at tt rolls. .did to it (;hpailtii. or ,hli tg leave I-i ngle. Do oak '22 25, o'clock, els arr-nJtrnce will be given and
hlppi.-- sor vce, ullit< sunse of felicity or Mr. LZtt..A.'e-il'hey were not customary, Sh.ic'.!es, ,cedar, 3 feet 13 17 'TIe -lip M.,g-.i. r, c i, an Gat wood, will und.itu, is ,a le kni w. -.
pain i. exquisite as tihe periods oits duration enanis ? I Do cypress, 22 in 4 4 25 s., I,.r VA LI'A It.AI trom tlis point, in a e- -u A cleur and sitiffcient title tvil be givris
are eternal. Mr.'.Irder;on-Thev were tenants ofthe rod. Staves,pipe, w o 1200 50 62 la is. La..ii.G ,rw'nu. w.illt take change of any forall ith. auotc l..ol. rt), .nd [pa.ueii.n natie
"** B.:tjie you l'orm your estinmate, i k up \\ ,,neese I.r th- plamtlll' were ed-lled ill 2 Do lhd do 23 -- 3.5 Illlrs .r lthc An.rcan 4qj ,drnn t le P.c.- ea.
o Heat-en." Se the" mighty prepardtion o'clock, iei, it was g 'c.ed that the custom-ry Do do red oak 18 20 ti- L ic, r ,.g a the Gionl -.ho.use. Empon HiieS,
iakiiig there for its reception. What re.tlins tenants should be suffered to angle, prile Shooks, white oak ech 2 25 i
ofbliss for the tinmoit.l spirit to ,exlo-e ther.iguilanions oh Mr. Hof but without i ,esbbw.oak 120' I 24 -- uD Lol:H1i ,
an,,d to posess. Whl m ,,godn strehr throh firejdiciig th., lgh, of eith.- .arty. /ealnm, oak d8 3 Ndit\ll I'if3eS,
I'wl h t o It o w all;! w hat tpala.ea i t f1t' .tl1 int It /oa t 'ed3-sN
whicit to dwell! what sti'.ms ofcelsti A lettrr'ront U. ,e aturdlay sos, MNOLASSS, S 1i gal 40 38 "J L oct 25--dScplawS Executors.
pl,'asu re of 'tlebL to drimik! aw l ttb coirh run on five bats ieit lir,n- .atEiday, aitd N I AL STOR E.S, V-O ,t 5Jdk l, to ._
crwns ofco tl rims to adottied;Hark! 6 u through to the Little ,,tl." lus is Tr bbl 2 S removed from No. 17 M .t street
't.n the co mthredeeed. To h tre and uiteu-d after co.rnu tio Itch 2 3 2 50 to the South West corner of Market and A VALU ABL E FARM
Sted usone olthi red roeeme our il n hi rm Schenectady to Gencva-mnearly os.ti 2 2 23 Sixth streets, here he is opei,ing general At P Sae.
on hlood, and hath mitde us king, 'f7ar',,,bright gai2 29 3 ao m At iPtifale.t
rpe.s, a,,o G arnd, his rater; to l e M W M NTH. Ma lN. fru'i, rIL g 0 GOODS, Y rte o'. D ed ofr \sipnm.nt,
doru id dominion for ever and eter,t to the subseritem by
e glory aed dominion for ever and ele hllt It is te gift o i'oi..tar to hallo every place S,pirits 'Teu,,,ie 41) -- Amongst which are the following artch.l, 1u e -,til I
AWi Ven. 1 en ti( el h ic-. their golden ,it| i witch Irt I ,..ve, ,o breathe th t ou n n'iure ',, I'OiP K. J-t'. CL Pa. .mess A. ,1 I t n''.n Gills .il he e pi, l n to
Bl, ore. your th( -rip.i your e..tinsate ol, oirinn more qqaiietitthan tele iperlh te ofttin- DI. o dt, e.'g IiU 10 3 Lu don setfin bat,, hick n ,i Clutl, .' sle, on s. ni d', .1,n first
B:n lre.you lokrm our estinalte, look dowf rne, and to IFhed over it a tint ,ore mgteail ItAA.S, lome.tick lb .- 6 Sicond qii.,liy do di do ue |I ir,tie -l Valu.le Planlatio,, siuIP in
n bll. Look trough its dngun of than the blush ufm,.rn;ng." ItlC., N ,w Crp cw 3 S. 3 75 Low picked do do do ite N lretmies-A TValule Plantatioin, siotiute in
despair., bholdl its madmzineo of iath atl u THEnd "oi s nt a 1`.l. S.,. iYt T 'e I %."'l 't..1 ..%r. Ps,' U do NurltrmptoiT',un.Ltp,B It. ksCounty, on the
see it iii.ltruin.nits of Icigeance play. >in- I I'/E.'l.' .G t OU R. B'.v-."y, pelt Ac. 4 pr gal &0 90 L-ndoi .1.. tulu- e bi d bt lcf F..Csirl'.Lr u ,, t from I'li:itnsJel.ilas b i, dU.). ,-r '.
gil out a solitary victrn, and listen to his Br MN, a.ComN.si.i. VOa \VIRt.aiV io do p lia. gI pr 65 75 l Dio darb .ni cou.natiun, do to nin uu.t n about fir rylaets ft r, itc itr
ai,onized complaints--these chains foic er'! 'l,isis the lir,i' u hi n mrnermtri n ke Gin, Plhil. diail. 'Iol 41 45 ...c.i,'d qII.h "y o dou du ltandti i.y, fi ii ne b.t itml and otlhe..A', in-
--lthesC licnd- Ibreiver'- this g;cnz g r on t .ornm \ .t tIh:t. ,.,i.inl r iil : D' C..uiintr do o 3d 41 Ill.,, .1 PI IMH' i I one M .uinred rd nine hcfc tr .,,nd-
lore .-ti!-aand thel. i be shrnks, L hiil-ta tho,'- lli.si i-iat.,i...ur- ii..., i, h y.cv t i Ra New England do 3.'7 S;t3 SptS t s t s at L iS '.. sini' laialili) onef dch is d ;woi l .nd, ae .nd,
sand echoes, like a thououmd den.ons start- iA .urleyA tl, It', Whickey, Rye 3,7 h.;r,en :.,,aied arp, intg hid ulcking aizes, i,. i,tF .te btoi .lc a goodow on lnd, anti ehamnty
ina from their caves reply F H. Site brings before the pensive mind 1 Do Apple -6 1 case 'of 'l- b.r, atrAlo -'o"hiils, pit nted bor t t first e rate b.mindr ua le and en prndu.n
"ih, I,,el.....Ik=..;,, j ., hr S" ,NOcld..., r4e; '". T F.L Country 11,i 7 .1r dersI ul e soil, There rer or n re prenami s a courve.
.tI le,,, ala ,,. i... i,,e ic,.,, o,,gn'd SLUG.A1, N Or. jitine cwl 12 0 13 1 do. retu I'nrlat I' .b.-, high colour.s ni.t tic s ori ste at'on Ilig touse and ktche-
FORlE'IGN. 'oI aelerneo t t o it '- .t s 0Do Loaf Ih Is 2 0 2 bales 12 4 Whitmt a Blankets, en, nia y or. S ate gn a ommuseandingtch-
'th,:ft- liked-Ilh: .i re ,or, -- I)o Lumtp 16 17 2 1. ii, .f 3.1 t'. J4.5 ro.e e, ir,, n. iw o he surroum ,ding
A-' .',..r ,l bi.,,' "'i.% d .m4, .,r.l I Oil \ Ot, Jab River 6. 10 1 d, tine bt ik diii,.0t)ztJ v black an't culoured h.ik.ht, aith a fioe l i,.a of tieon surrt'ou ding
E.,ractofaletter Lifro tacavo. u;ct.iS. And a t I ti-ic a Io N.Cam.t ri'dl b i,&c.ce ite ent to -ill- I
Exr of leter fraon A[i. ma, ily .'n5. And a'ti hI lei.'e gone Do Kentucky 5 c olive and black V elvets plces nil worship, c. Imme ate pos ion
a trade :" ,.pt.- ite n e qu Fr.id, rh ,.. de, 1 h'd, AX, Bee's, yellow 6 New style Fancy c,..ge, to le tie ue.n may cal upon en er
t) rCI eri.n athhil l bei en-sl ent iinie cur.eof A ,,,1oo.f "ec:"'; L.rrAk.' .-i, .; Do .X do':white "Vale a d, c the [a m o n
dthe p sis, t )enar to aonstarlti'asl,,, o ,s i Aow d hin.p.: ,otesol r l .ogin, crul VWOL, lerinon7 7 ,Ice figured bi.Ltk Silk Florcintines, ante sitlCorhtdtins dne the daysale.A
Cd e h.t acrtain as nearly ais o..le, h,w In memory bloom against. do in grease 40 1 do n.l i rtd do do an d co ons on the dy sle
8,c1h iI.,L capital rInprts .,nln fr hrom sh'e F .. a l.i .n :l-.n ,M s ....!ay, Do 7-8 clean 60 F.rtiLcie ..'. pl.ni. .ik \elvels, Josillia K night,
,,,., lt IL Ly r. ; I s*iii.j.., 'hle r,,illt ofmy re- Fl ie.:.,i '.o ole .....ukl il.:-..n. D. do in grease 4 ..ii.j -8 Irish Linens, Thom as L A llen,
se',r..'Ii, as sort fis tii cal acciui, wtieh I t I al' u.. .t, lis. died away, Do 3-4, clean 40 Lon,, Lawns, brown and black Holland,
t;11 al ue to ia u the richness and fertility of Till allat last were gone Do do in tgrlase 35 6.4 to 10 4Damask Table Linen, 11th Mo. 9th-cp6t Assignees.
this .iiii ,-y. This is the hour when finey wreaihes 0 o commainu 50 4 4 and 6- I "u..1 dd n.,id cr.s.L,Trr'd Ginglmiri,
\\ le... .*00,;00i 1 quintals (ancient weight ol II.-r ,i,ei- r.,n,.l.i... ,, t e.,rbi.l .. .t i, ; igured tiId t''ic J.cIne, M ull ai d Buuk Mui.
Vo.".-) qit s, ii. li.ic,,... int..r. n,. tel.. _,Ines, 'n, Valuable Mill Property.
U.....0 .... Cambric do. "aitah ei l S.
Gra,,,. d,!iler, ,., .',-r. ch as maie, lentiles, 1 1 F .)REIGN GOODS. E r ntrde..;,1le Rlb- Dre.s#s, Will e expr.sed lto Pubhlic S.Il on 3d day, he
lJp,. e. G.iO.,. S l, .llt'LtI/1-. l r m ilin. st, l3ilt of the llth Mo. (November) next, at
Ric. 7 TUOU qi,.iS OutlThiirsdaN ev niiid, g last, by Dr.. Sarge,t.- 61l'tTLES, 11..St. i,' hlt 30 55 il,.\,c:rI'' r mnhnimiru .gs,
FcM,,I0 0 quit,., As 0 TiHrsda ev ISLCK.r la.t, by Dr.. NA t.e t, a M. do. 'd do. 20 0 55 8-4 elegant drlrk Chintz Shawls, 2 2 o'clock P. M. on the premises,
pI..!. .****'A' qu.ji.'.ls 11r RICHiRD liLCK. 10 M.45 ANN MARIA, dxgUli- D". O ,,, ,,i,;lutAn il} und Tlmrea adc A U ALL Lhat )lUable Mill Property
i: :r i-, I,' J .q.'.Is lei lcob Lus,,.r-allol l']i, city. ,i o L, Lier ".'ul s,, 34 3 ( 6 1',to, Luh :d' b e Criai,.] ThHre.,d [. u', ALL n that le able N haml Property
L;). ...:t ., i, .''. q'a ntal ii Ir,.i,'d.y e ,,ring last, by the RLev. l", OC ) I Cat.,.i ..s u.t. 28 3) T ciln Fl.g and blue Bri. ,.,. S'..ituti eone the rVieage of Hulme.
S,,ll'ro,, 2'.-',:. |iu'.lS Ilollia,, Ar. Jonti B. r in B. DoB s, n tCMis CO- t'. I'E, V. I. Ig lb. 3 3c1' 'ailleit .,t,1 pil.,i .l h.s. dor '.idewater, n thti e iV large ol' oulme.
ra.'ho e,r "'.',u' inrt]aha Meit's, 'daughter ao Br. M oltui to'Led--l f [oI.a ltinbli,) 27' 29 Fanc) figured aIt crossbart'd Cravats, vtille, T'uwnship of Middletown, eidnty
StI...l ,., qr'..,l. r* this* M daughter oD r. "Mum M'Le d-ll od ,Ia) 27 Uru ,-el, liaih, .d li- Hemp Carpeting, ot Bucks, conrsi.ting of a Gris.t and Merchani
Rodel-*, 6s.1,*.^.l's l* qu..thisciLy. 1 c'se hi-- quOntl 7.i bil Bunons, Mill, Saw M1 il, FulnRFg M% ill, Irge Woollen
N, -.,i, 1l,,...i. uuo. quintals On Friday evening last, by the li-v. Mr. C0i Y ALiN, No.1 0 551 do. Pasenht qIhtli I, bick, lue, and aborted F or, wh ll lie Mclnery neceary fo
Solt' of~oitre,,0,00D'qui,.lals BRoyd,, Mr. JoR.AoN,:w, to Miss S#.AU &ti-iiHOPS,lit,2nd 2d sort L. 1 do.,PaiesitI lrai.,,' black, tlueand assorted Factor), with all llth maclttnerl necellaryofor
qSui ofniBre, s0,000 ,|i0ils Boyd, Mr. Jo e AonEW, to Miss SAua As O'S, Rs ad d sort 00 colours, from No. 18 to 30. thli manufacture of Cloths and Cassimeres, and
Wool, 50,000 qu ii.tals "latwxe-all of this city. [IRON,Russia bat' ton 100 .
RaW l, id50,000 quren sugars 3,000quintalsi or Deacon William Tilley New- Do Swedish do 9 100 1 do superior Mock Shell Combs, fourteen acres of land, in a high state f cult
aw and refined sugar, 33,000 quintals In wickd, Deacon Willham Tilley, of New- Do Swedish do 95 100 1 do Children's a 1urited Boots, ; vation.
Hides, raw and dressed, 40,000 port, to Mrs. Elizabeth Boone, of W,ar..ick.- Do Lnglish do 9 100 1 do Chibest London There are atiso erected*on the premise
'li ,-re hi;ie bi:r, i porte.] ip to this day for [The. Deacon is a respectable old gentleman of LAD,pig wt 1 do best Londt Pins. spacious There stone alsodingreted forn the pnuremises 6
(-'-r,,.,i.i.,-.'l.l, r',,i ui.Jquij;ntalu of wheat, and c'l., and rl .. br;,le is a health\ wil, of ,74 MOLASSfES, XWV ,idia gal 32 36 1 dobale Supern-4 U.L.taion Book Mtslin. spaciisr, a 'spacious rn, the man, cure:. wi6t
... ....... 1ih.'. i t ....-.. hue t..... e t.I.,.... ... it M Dt A RD, b'utt's.,1.. 1 I 1 25 biuleSoperfitie D,'.LC'alnga, n',chii ery' a 'spacious barn, sh'ds, &,. with

three smnall tenemeitg.
'The nbove described property) being situated
in a populous and fertile country, on a copious
stlic.im, is highly dcs, rving the altletlion oi
caipt:ilists, ltho may wiih to tmnbark in a manu.
licturing establishment.
'I he tdrmas ill be made known at the time
of sale.
By order of the Directors of the Bucks
County Bank.
IG. Harrison, Cashier.
Htulme'wille, Oct. 24, 1821.
oct 26-cpti2N

PelitSI van ilt t88.
IA mle Coimu '. ini- ,'Scpt.mii&,r term, 182'!.
O N the plitinut ol Jacob Cooper, ai. insol>
: vent debtor, the court appointed AMolnd y.
thie 31 t dayof Decemher, 1521., or the
[sEt.,] heat[r-g ol' the petitioner and his credi-
tors; and directed.that fifteen days' per-
sonal notice be given them, or so many ofthewa
a, canr, be served therewith-and that notice be
g'seti in tlie P.diadelphia ('Country) Union,
by publication tlierein for. three successive -
wee.k', the liast *eit,,o to be fifteen days bea
fore the day of en'lering.
A true copy of the rule.
lThoImas Morgan,
'i otoiinotary.
SAt which tilm A1 place (ny tteditors ms~"
snt.id iL they think proper.
Jwo0b Cooper.
v otc29-rpl^ais i


t -+



Exports of the United States.

. sa/stsfrntfi ahwoug thar tiiiaiiold iolf t .f tl/ romnrlin- mulIhr.irt nht wdetind
prtled from tihe Unit'ed Staoles lojnrci asi rouitri
S As ttulS, lthe .\ltlll Ii...
growth, produce gro. II. piCrhu..-e
YEARS. or manufacture or mria,i.jl.clure oif
of the U4 States. foreign courilrics
S -rr-c,: port-d.


4t6,642 TCI


20J6.1 3A
16 022,790

F0om the 1st of Aug. 1789 to 30th Sept. 1790
at of Oct. 1790 to 30th Sept. 1791*
do 1791 do 1792
do 1792 do 1793
do 1793 do 1794
do 1794 do 1795
do 1795 do 1796
slo 1796 do 1797
do 1797 do 1798
do 1798 do 1799
do 17P9, do 1800
do 1800 do- 1801
do 1801 do 1802
do 1802 do 1803
do 1803 do 18 it
do .1804.. do 18'07
do 1805 do 1806
S do 1.06 do 1807
do Ilio7 do 180
do- 18Q8 do 1809
do 1809 do 1810
do 1810 do 1811
do 1811 do 18@12
do 1812 do 1813
do 1813 do 1814

- Dolls.


2 i-'.,. :' -,'1,
41.2u5 961
41 ri7 4.7
48,r99 592'
9 4 ;3,5 v.

do 1814 do 1815 45,974,403 6 o,.ib. i.'I
do 1815 do 1816 64,781,896 17,138.5.5b
do 1816 do 1817 68,313.500 19 .5s u69
do IS17 do 1818 73 034.437 19.4 26i*.
do 1818 do 1819 50,9"6 838 lv,163.6it3
do 1819. do 1820 51.683,640 18 008.029

1,010,227,190 65t iti.6,'t

FROM1-iNt U N, T YORK DitlL Lat t nT IL[t. Mid Kerii, inuti, are very mo
Th Harvest in England,Irelandand d pmtes i
e Harvest in Egland, relad and should the weather remain fav
scotlaod, ing.
The London C, urn r tIo the 18thof Septem- New pockets Kent,
her, contains a number of articles from LEnglilh, Sussex,
lri_6tai.d Scotch papers relate tn the Ilurvest, VYerliog pockets,
from lihich we lave extracted the following CI't..-.u .. .\. Xoa. 17.-Our.
items, in progrs., aih v.i;uia s r i. t .r
The Dublin Evening Post announces that produc-, according to -.iiuitilnii
the weather in the neighbourhood of Dublin lakn in the ipickire', some
Iad been generally fine. The rain did rnot irrA- have been produced ; ..f these
ier;ally reward the duties of the rield. -were sold in our market, on Sa
A Kilkenny paragraph dated Sept. 11, says 60s. to 65s; per cwt.
-" Ite tatren.itted flthris thl.t have been em- ,Maidstone, Sept. 13.-The p,
plal ed in furwai d;ng till h-rvest, have wrought all busy in picking, but there i
a happy change in thie appearanceo.-nd the pros- progress made yet to enable' u
pects ot the farmer hiA. been great) amehora rate account at present how th.
ted." to come dawn. It is consider
WA'EnFOROIs, Sept. 11. ,.veriid.
The supply ofnew Wheat has been abuut Ioircester, Sept. 12 -Tn ourn
rTait, and yesterday's prices were scarcely sop ,dla, 16 pockets of i..ll l,-'ps
ported. prices from 40 to60s. There we
The Enniskillen (Irish),Chronicle says, Pola ets at market. 60s wr: ,-ke' 1 li
tt-es promise more than an average crop. In were not scId, iliei t.l.ie b eir
Sbe est no serious loss had been sustained. There are p,.r.iil cnmplints fr
CASTLEBAR, Sept. 10. lions of mould, but no doubt an
The weather, which hasbeen so bad as to'ex- of fine hops will begrown. W
cite universal sal, m, appearsto have undergone portunity of cu',i. ie.. :e plai
favorable change. rv the hir.ps over the kiln. Pi
TIxvA, Sept. 10. ,r.ence.Je gner,,ll \ *,1, e'the mc
(This article announces the grain to be gi9l, iit will be very general next we
'and no fear of a scarcity.] scarce.
GAIWAY, Sept. 10. It is stated in an article of"
[Announces the 'weather on that day to be from Madrid, that the yellow f
f-, or ibl,- ]'" its appearance in Mlalaga, and i
The Wakefield Journal states that no greil its Andal.i ia .
'damage had been done to the crops in thiA It is reported, says the Jotir
-quarter. The crops were unusually strong- that an Englishman has, by his
The farmer, says this Ju .Iunal. has nothing to dame Catalatii 70,000 pounds sat
fear, bit that the quick alliance in priceshou!l FThe life guardsmen have ret
ppen ports for importation. the subscription made for then
Thie l):ic GC,:tie a-s naihing can ex- to about 1000 pounds.
-ceed the deploiable ..ccounis from all parts of
tie cour.'iy relative to the harvest. Whole Colonel .. rF-
wheat fiJi J .iii the low -lands are completely ha"olone G p^n. '.e -'-.
irund,e-il [published in Courier of 17th, but no has rslp sm 'l-: sply*,. i" ,c ,
dat- g naturaFl pilot a treatise, which
!e 'I u.ton C.uiier also gives a deplora- a a reatise, which
ble picture, but no date is given. Th is pa..i -'-Ir tb te.gratis by the illu
says experienced farmers assure u.s that t i- lse sciences t
troublesome, expensive, and unfavorable a ii I :. ip til ..dicat
harve,. has not been lhnce.,,d r t l 0c r last aor t', t -. on .^,the 'henm s n
Years Borealis, aend its Connection w
The Ti e .lerahl alo gives a sombre pic- n." The Ilaburi hJ ouri'al
tore alt. di p a .ecas [o date.] ral copies of this little wort
'lI u Kenidal Chronicle wa) s the weatherhas tkhto u ti ot ee
bern raheer urtnrtuurble lor the harvest ; but Stockholn i ,the booksell ers o
u it 1,A n, .t tak-n so .mucl, harm in this neigh- ti .ta d nt iS
hanoodas we hear it has in the southern oun-t wishortley be in te ps.
e We are informed from Vien
Lro S-The harvest ofeather is ver y pr ce discussion there.- at th
LhEFIS-Tlie harvest weather is Oery pre 11th, tes, ndtdwotch. Ena th ..
various in Yorkshire. The injury done to i i. t oe itt, sh ongandtit ibe
corn in tnis neighborhood is not irreparable .-n- dt" Austr.on t jc
or hi uf fo ta "I'- Furkc, t ; which presents g
We see no adequate cause tor that desponding r.. .. .s "
feeling which has in one week added 10h s Hithert i Russa has not been
ds painbrn s r nt r tg ofa ptinsnT
.ingsi t quarter to the price of Wheat. We hear. p"Tw n 1 es he s no ion. Th
hlsat thb harvest in Scotland has been roema. ai. t wee russia sad Aseris, ho
blyfine; from Ireland and Wales the account- ate e"perieiced no va"iatio
-ire lss favorable.. n beyu aEnghandianSpain, a
The Sterling .Tourn.3 says: "Wheat seems Russia, hbad already been spol
o e o .d quality, and fully an average Eanglisi feel the necessity of a
Scrop. Pr o .sde-ul1e short of an average"ireipresenations to Russia. by
'the weather Was I other rnrioptil;up s On the .. .
-'night ,,file 11th, a violent storm set in, and Fretc Fnit..', mSept.14-'ivt
,nhght ,titeeIn;a stacked goor seunt n,. anNmbg on th e 4th inst.88. o20c Do.
done some mischief. On the 13th, the weather nthe I 4.2 i est 88 da 20cn Do
was 'still unsettled.; about noon, however, the te 22d itst. 86. 35c. Bank SO
V1iTd shifted, and the rain'ceased," Acosnu
The Newcastle ChroniclWesays: We are [Extract of a private
her'y i o slate that it i& the opinion of the far. "The despatches which the I
"sters, that ihe rains have not yet been produi ment has successively received
live any injury to the corin In Daritngton, burg and Constantintople, wer
the crops were abundant. The wages of the porlant nature; they occasion
laborers was d per hour."t day of this mothth, te assemb
T.,: h-l-.,u as Chronicle nientiors tt it r&ai, inrelrasil council, under th
1.av begun, but a considerable quantity ot I' Meai letrnich, minister of
.'heat had been stacked in good c 3,idlioi,, 11ti Nih ,g h's transpired of the
it was not supposed nirtuh injury hadl) bteiie -Je lci i.rs It was merely r
-doine. "ighiesa \.v,.uld depart without
We continue to receive. favourable accounts domain ofSeitenstettein, where
of the saving of the crops in various parts of of Austria has resJded since
the country ; and that although the wheat has Saltzburg, where the empress
ir aunic instances sustained injury, the general from a visit to her father, theI
Spirducet.o the)arcvest will fully equal an ave- at the castle of Tegernse.
rage.-- Cornwall Gaz. It is affirmed that. Prince M
The Bath e1r-aald states that .there are no submit to the Emperor a new
jast grounds to fear that the quarter loaf du. the subject of rlie affairs of Ti
ring the ensuing winter, will be either of infe- it be approved by his Imperial
nror quality or of excessive price. despatched to the court of Rus
Corst Exchaqtqe, Losdon, Sept. 21. ration las beat drawn up in
NotWithstanding. the cliange itn the weather, the tenor of the last notes w
and the unfavorable accounts that are daily re. transmitted to M. de Lutzom
cei;cd of'thd serious injury sustained by the Internuncio at Constantinople,
out lying crops, the wheat trade was very heavy ally discharges the functions of
this lrotrning, yet there was rnure denmaud than lte since the departure u'01M. d
either on Monday or Wednesday; but the sup. Odessa. 'It is asserted Ilat the
ply this week has beensu1 ,,., "0, .hi;t'.,tl that muSch Satisfacm;..n ,t Ih, chani'e
nout one quarter ofit has been g,.t ,,I, Lt teLat its motives flr Icutilent at hi
sales were made, were om full as good term s as Baron de Stroiiioff.
on Wednesday. Barley, Beans, Peas and'Oats, a t b conceded th
sold al5b full as well a on that clay, illn cose- e iet oedati t once h ed Oil
qucnce of the return of wet weather events elativeto the diom rer
MRE arisen between the Ottoman
CORN MAKII'T. Russia, have lately become .so c
The London Courier of tlie 2ist of Septlem- is almost impossible to antic
bey, .)---I t lic corn market this fo'reiouno is Whilst inegociations are protra
in a complete state of stagnation. N6 sales reaction daily makes progress
whatever can he eiffected;." and such has been nesus and the isles of the Arc
Sthe eagerness of the farmers to take advantage pr-esence of the lRiussian army o
of the late advance, that the arritl, :,re unpre- abIles the Porte from sending th
.cedentedly large. Since Monday, nearly 20,(uu0 ficient lorce to redtee the, p
qrs. of wheat have reached London. have thrown, ofil'its dotninion.
H. OP. INt ELLUIGENCE. ha, hand, the f ncin. wihiclh reigi
Borough, Sept. 27.--.\,.iii 600 pockets ofi-p''ilt ., ...u i, *t very serio
new fops have coie i market, iand w'hat u'- nub a '-'1r1- ai'e augnt
were sold, brought hiom 50 to 60s. Sussex; spiritt of sedieiron, which ,isa im
mnd 56 tu 65s tonr Kent. Th'e ppearance ol population ofConstantiilople, ar
se crop with the ezceplion of '50.0 acres 7iu ltroups wliich are iu theit capital

in tce Pelopon. as Ins own glory, which lie considers as iden; lying in the way ;-for as it is impossible :7.An article from Nutremburggir ives it as' a niru.
iipelgo. The tified with:the happiness ofthe Mosarchy,and that Louis di-L.huit can, from the state tof hi mor that tlhe Duke of Wellington is coinlis-
mn the Pruth dis the honor of' the Spanish name. I legs, stand up to receive hisa royal and illus.tri- sioned by the King of EuSglatd to offer 1hi hand
ie troops in suf- To the municipal address his Majesty an. ous brother George, it is said that to prevent in mar riageto the Duthosti of Berri n.
provinces which swered, that he would meet their d s res;, vi1. 1 ll .. s,,n, .... i....... ge to he Dutc. o er.

VI -Ilk-. .-k -- ^.1 1. -A, W _-4 1 L 1.. ^.Ae i~re i, an, com...pr ...omise o a~iygnity, a mal nif icent state
n tie oilither returning to Madrid as soon as his health would chair is preparing for his Majesty of Entgland
ns in Servia and admit. in which he is to be rolled into the presence of'
,us disquietude. His Majesty has nominated to the Ministry the Grand Monarque, who at the same time is
rented too by the of War, Major General Don Jagnace TA a l.,,'t, to be putied f(ortiard to meet' him. There is
inifestedby the but we ate a-ured that thi officer has decli. aniotlicer of te household whose peculiar duty
nd the numerous ned the appoiinitment, hitl. i, is pu'babite ht- thisis-bhe is culled vIfirts sef.lemil, v this in.
and its vicinity, will be lluo.t iw do genioua cooltil'ine t all diiculties mtiy be put

.JV'ewsaipers.-The first newspaper establish-.
r .1hi I:,,l.md was entitled the English .1H., s..,
and is dated July 28th, 1588, oile of which i.,
preserved in the Ilir'-hiah Miuseum. The G.a
zette, wa.s fi rstiublisiled at O-zf)rd, August,

S; O R i. Sent. 10M asl6 hnti roeirchs preserve their d'inifed
.' A ,^ p sn of tl r, n G .'l'u s n tr e l T' riset e C nres .. 'e reequIitv und m ; dhed. and ... ds, r-i onta pro-*
S A perste Old BaileS tioename nd-ou i i"i'r e i| i i; cer-I ri.Ia,' tie eteils9 of Sirragossa, lcedent wil beeosblished fruglhtwith dire n3'
atthe Oraing Baile Se.ions, and gov n <1 ilv od w n r. w n i-cen at; the event of the 1a:c'iou drefjrul c nnequences to the st..te and pr>-
r derar.n1mg the Pr,,,n g,,wernm,ht, iss t .1.. "T.. poclarnati, n ,,f the re public vileges ol future Louises and Gpnree..
s atnn l'I.*- ing note purport; t. .be--.,e ,nry no es' wawtr, have beer. followed by the assasnatlol, EDIis.LrRG, Aug.i3.
of one of Ihe ministers ofthe. ing of Prussia..1 0b-in Aug. 13.
-- of oneo the ministers t gto be co of all persons known for their stachment to On Saturday evening, a singular circum-
To-,.I rtof i An ie upon the rei .rile atTrieto bseveralcom the Royal Familv. General Morillo tai dles- stancetook place in Charles-street. An exca-
c,-rpieiS fromti shoe 9 u n revha enue a l Trr bi severe tned to be the t st immolated. I atin had been made for the foundation, of a
Ultd Sar. persons ho had been in he b or some We have received the following intelligence new house there, the back part ol which came
time ofgwival a-a' iy" beer or ale (s.t hey proi from -Jrid: ir.ce the Sd instant, tie troops in. contact wil hu, on sotorv, occupied,
fesaed)to all comes pro.ih a certain rop t. h.ve been contantlti under a in. Shall we be parths6 ad adwelling.l1t.u1e and partly as a cosch
s. bis s, accompdinged to its mear ropoWiton oa able to restrain the actious Reasoning men house-and the workmen had just retired a
0,205. 13 pint of, ccor din *t l mces, the i l s. c,,nceive s-,me hope, eipeciallh i it be true, as few i-.Inuie l,,'m tler labor, h,.n the gable
0, :5.141, p., t in altr inst a firthi t were lo luced. ru i...red, that G nr eral Mrirllo ls y ldeed ,.., ,lie sm,,Il I,.u,-. detached t.e ll from the
'0.,.-9 n cI sten ib l for those i'CutS,- three p eo tce, the ivitatilonr, tlhe king, thl.l he would resume walls, and slid down in a solid mass into the
260.10. 572 te.I An i.e i'-, for th:esIe bu,.'s p'rd with a the command ol the arm.d force." area allotted for the new tounrd d-on, a depth
260.2- quart of ale, tih h* Vs, ',. at ~p,-p a t1IL 'he mni-ter for the culoies present. cf a outl fite r ats Iect belotnt 14 .,v n found.
47969,472' qArid the people dis if iag their ba;tuipt. ed hinell bef.e llhe king., to tender his own ,ian-butfilling with. gentle inclnai;..n, the
67064,097 andt ale; i' ppeenhisg ; plesintbl ccu- and his colleagiMes' resignations, the king pgble restedagainst the walls ofthe house from
S0,09 :pied under. thie tbell per iu plenthat r u., Aw reed him irt the m,.1 ungrascuus mariner, tlirch it had ,it been del irhed-and without
61,527.U'.7 could aunest th ll.? i he uis l o their and waotII nIit cceptit. injuring in the smallest degree thi astonished"
78.66,52"2 'hop ah.t .Tly frind them el ves, how. ai t is ,mniinest that the revolutionary party and trerified inmates, left them exposed tou the
70-971 780 e ta, Thken. y t I unli-nsele, o- nim at r.'nhing less than the expulsion of this publicgaze.
9 It 11,9725 3duct. ile i.I eake .h 'cur,-d tlie peursltjofd c.n toual fmili. The mass ofthis brave nation is
4.,160I which.on heir convcun, the Jusces we royalits, but Francehas recorded an example"
.5'80,033. pleas) to I]educe by nligatiori to tbe forf.i- of what may he done by a hndful'ofanarchist' Biar
7. ,7,'.7 'ure "-f 10. tr erh h..use, and that fine was whuse taudouv tinpireter tor.
oIt is pooititel) stated that all the Spanish FaROMA .oI OX PAPat.n.
101 ,36,93 ordnglyMinisters are dismissed, and that. no persons A fat elderly, decently dressed country wo-.
1,1.-13..130 PROM FRENCH PAPE.lS. can be found to accepttheir places. man, presented herself before Sir B. Btker on
22,430,960 MAnnaII, Sept. 6. The following is the description given of the Wednesday, vid fFter havinrl mile a protounl
52,203,233 The first intelligence of tile ev.nis which medal which was to have been struck to corn- obeisance, addiessed him as tollows:-
66,757,970 have transpired at SarragiA.i produced great memmtorate tihe esecntion of Riego'd project: I m surry to inorm y.)-ir w..iship that L
61,'116f,?3 ferment in this capitol flihe d.inison at tie .The size that of a piastre, on one side a column -,m man tried to a mon whalt lh,. gouten anitheV
,q527 2?i6 Club Fotlana were most outrageous ; .elirevo. surmounted by a globe, above h lich appears a wife. He sa Chelsea pensioner, ynur honor.
27,855,997 lutionaasy orators know no restraint. On the star, the obverse a volcano, above which, a and saxty years olage, blrbve boot usi months
6.977,4 11 3d inst a courier htrved fiom Sarragoas., and ciown, encircled with olive and lhurel branch. mair, and ought to hve kiuen better. He
5.',37..753 it was iniiatily citculat'd that II.ego was ar. es, and in tile middle the word "liberty." came to me, your lionour, at Ingatesione, abuuc
81,920.452 rested. The most intemperate demagogues Itnzw, Sept. 7. twelve monthisyne; antdas I nasa lone widair
87;'671,569 exclaimed against his disgrace as a servile de. From the Gszzette de France. a' four years standing, or thereaboot, I marred
93 21.1.133 ference to the French government. Our gov. During some days past, it was suspected that himafid cherished him, and ma;intalned him,
7i',142,.321 ernment, to calm the public uproar, caused it a secret function lhad it in view to overthrow, to the very best o' my pure abeelity; but when
69,691.669 to be stated in the j.ioriials that Riego was on the Government Stones were thrown at the he foundthat I coul.f ni' wel do it any langer,
the point ol healing .an en,-rprize% % which miilnt military several evenings successively ; a gre. he deserted me. and went al'ore a magistrate
I.~ ,o03.366 entail the most deirlor.bledliaster upou Spaiin. nade uaes launched on the promeiad-, and ma o' the place, where he made affide.rit that he
and even lead to foreign uar, and, in cnise ny similar etTffrts made to excite disorder. On had a lawfu' wife thirty )eari by rune, living
,uhhl., neter was quence, it had heitn de.nmed expedient to de- the 2911th ult. gioups of the cit;ens in different elsewhere, and that I w.-s naething t .dl to him
artidit prolace, prive him of his command, and urder aIi retire. quarters, cried --A republic fairev. r," which -the false loon "
orable for pick- ment to Lerida. excited great alarm. On the following day, an Here she paused and took out Jt her pocket
On the 4th.inst the commotion assumed a i.divJulJ named Villamor. who was.deiignated a long husiife, curi..uily wound 'il,.ut .ili a
12 10s a 3/ Ss more violent clir.icier, in consequence of the -,sthe principal -,gent of the faction, wa taken light blue ribbon, Irom which she piuducedt tle
12 2s a 21 16s new nomination in the Ministe. of War Rodri. into custody, which measure had the effect of' certific:,.e of her marriage, and laid it before
30s a 50s guez. An immense multitude thronged the calming tlhe general agitation. the magiisrate,'at tihe .ine tiTe ub.erving, she,
picking is now P1terta del Sl, anril demanded the list ,nt re- a On the 21st, an extraordinary courier arrived had '- muckle ev.deice to prove tl iiisat mat-
rt 'i ,lalit an-d turn of the iKng to M dridi; that the French from Ma.Jrd. br,,ging 'he dismissal of Riegoi riage."
; wh re c.re is Ambassador should be sent off; the Cories im- and an order for the departure of the Regiment "Pray how old are you ?" asked the maii-
bright samples mediately cunveie.l, and Ail1 suspected persons called he'.Consitution,"and i,rderq to-ever-il trate.
some pockets removed from the King'A person. Orators hiad oficr.r of other corps to pr. ceedi instantly 0o I am na yet in my islity-first year," she re-
aturday, at from posted themselves in various balconies in the certain specified places. Gen Riego was comn- plied, and I'm placed in a viry awkusrJ pre-
Red SanI l.us. who urged it,- people to exces- amended to repair to Lerida, and the Pulitical deeciim`nt, sour w,.,rship kens, as I cinna maniry
plant 'r, are now ses by their ir-.anri atory Inranigues. Even a Chief was authorisedto exercise provisionally agent, or"take any i'-er step for my pat...ular
s not sufficient Grandee of Spain tit is affirmed that it wasthe the civil and military functionsof the province. comfort or reapect.blit,."
togive an accu Duke del Parque) exhibited himself in a gal.- Riego, who was at Bujaraloz, about 10 The magistrate asked, iith some little aur-
e,crop is .likely kry, armed with s puinird, and announced to leagues from Saragossa, became furious when prize, perhaps, then, Juu ,ii' to marry
red the duty is the populace, that rutwith.tandtin his advance lie read the order, which was accompanied !aei ?"
ed age, lie had yet a'rengili enough to plunge with an injunction from the Political Chief that ag A I., n. I dinnaken, your wor hip, but I
mmnket mn Satur. it into th trn, nd or he should not re-enter Saragossa. He replied might Not that I want ahuband. God orte
-re -,igherl -- right of the suvertig,n people. Has addre-s was that he would return to that city, and the next 6e; but ye see, as it is, I cnna have my lee-
re 14 new pock bailed ~thili loud acclamation Tow,,r&,s the day ;, resented himself at the gates with a de- berty in ony way."
the.., but the\ evening, the populac. surrounded t.e laill of tachment of about 10Q cavalry. In the mean After some further interrogation, she waa
ri inoillertnt the Cortes, where the permanent Deputation time. measures had been taken to prevent his urntusied with a warrant our the apprehension
,mnt I,, pla.int informed them hAit theyhandl depatch, dames. entrance, and the town had all the appearance of the gay deceiver," and she trudged oif
great abundance senger to the King, to ini'..rm hisi MNajery of of a place about to be besieged. Finding that with irto the cnstable of lhiatest..ne atu laiuh
e take this op the state of the capitol. Froun tihence the peo a .' i. wisi resolute, a depution of military offi place, itseeris, the false loon" is t piesent
ters not to hur pie llit -.gI.I to ie municipally, several of t:rrswent outand remonstrated with him as to .^eiding.
ckiilg has corn- the members of wltich etndiaore,1 to appease the serious consequences which would inevita- _g
would is observed; them; they insisted that an expre. i. hul- be bly.ensue, if he persisted in his project. He
:ek; hands are sent off to the King, desiring him to return to yieldd to their counsel and set off for Lerida. Agrilltural Calendar.
his capitol. This the Municipality promised, Picquets were stationed to prevent a sul prise.
the 1st iastant. and ie crowed dispersed. O i the 28th and Slast tiult arid 4thhins, three .
ever had made erday there was the sme e e, his Proclamations were addressed by the Political VROMTr TE HAYRTFORD (coN.) raRutEn's ALMAN C,.
n various places a"nswer sth r wae tre saeferdaCent, his Chief to the inhabitants, informing them that o 1821.
Svarous places Maes'saner de ndd, andthe. au- an important conspiracy ad been crushed in NOVEMBER.-As soon as the produce of
rnal des, Debats,, tllorities were forced to announce.that none its birth, and called upon them to maintain the your orchard and field is secured, and your
Swill, left Ma- had been received. The ministers have all sent rallying sentinent-.'tlie Constitution or death !' farming utensils carefully housed, put )u04
terling. i their resignations. The troops have been Riego has addressed a proclamation to 'the house and barn in a posture of defence against
sed t rece three days under arms. All rational men i.lve soldiers anJ patriots of the army ofArra- the storms ,,f winter.-Ilt i tihe part of a pru-
i It :nhounecd shudder when they see that three or four gon,' dateid P;ia, ept 3, in which he exclaims dent manto .rnder the executitm of his busi-
wretches who take the lead at the Clhb Fun- against the irregular manner in which he has hess easy byjudicicus plans, a d to ave by hI.
tana, can thus di,iirb Ipublic qiet.ind drag us been di-mi,,ed fronm the military command of care what lie ejar.s b, his idusitry
Ant, .,:pt. It. ( tlhe precipice. Ti. pliii.... chifct,Gen,.ous- the province; a step, which he considers has Els.) economical .farmer v il lave a T'os
i 1 .dl' e) sanswho thought '. T nr,ii .,, hil place and po- been prv.oiked by afrioa.ii calurimnes, and sol.. fls :e. Tliis may be attached to the barn, or to
'.I it.t. ,,i', PtulaPity by his coward flaitery of the populace, emnly vows hi- tunihaken devotion to the con. the cow-houtse, or wood huas.:., or stand singly
sijust published ts now deprived oftile King's confidence and stitutional cause. as,local circumstances may render most con-
is o6t sold, but despised even by those otn whom he lavished s enie.t. Tule ubsering farmer whd-il travelling
serious author to his base servility- He has declared.himself ill, FROM A SPANISH PAPER. throitgh the country will be surprised to see
is written in the and tenderedihis resignation. A" .nin, Sept 4. so few buillings oat ti kind. lihen h i:ee
ed to the Royal Reflecting minds see in this a well corn- here yesterday, gave rise to repoata wh i in a plough or a barrow frozen to the ground and
y Th;e title i yd panr to involve us o ins ail the horrors ise to epo, wi, n stand i he open field ; a ct or a iggo
'. thtit is h ind plan to avoe t all the horrors 'our opinion, do ot reton anysufficient fun t l this wat e handi s
on of the Aurora ... ... thfi- tt- .' in the high wa) half covered %%ith snow drils
i oth Diulrnto of a civil war ; the first thing infurtlherance of dation, since, from the Proclamatiou of the scythes a rid oes hanging inatrtor n
ith Diurnal Mo. wnichl swas to remove Get. Mnorill, h.oe sour.- tical C ve b i oon ears that scytaes fnce hb i n n P en r
stale, that seve- age a id fideli y they ju;tly feared ; this view there 'arelill disposed persons, awho, notwththouh the winter; sleds and sleighis
.k have reached was efectd, thank o the intrigues and gold the i t bad sucerss of Mierino and on the ground in the street or bare yard, wlth
tat cpl a of the American Spaniards. Now i is wanted a a plentiful growth. of weeds under and about
sh languge,nd to force the King to return to his capital, m the sacred code, which t then idol of virtuom us eae c vel
... order to load him with insults, aswas th case to say, this man must be rich or lie could not
na that t s the, ain November last, God knows where men will "It will not be long before we shall have afford all this waste. Thr e tomt, ,nd w ifictderns
ies moment, of a top who have a taste for Revolutions d a n rs rur of the farmer art:- from tile r.,trcure tpo i,, uccU.
is said, has pro. srt a ,lte f i, ata t earup the expressions of hfispu po patron, rtnch exposed to i-jury by the weatl.
t of theaffairs of Ten. 7 o'clock, P. sea; meantime, every body is forming conjec. e, necessarily h but a ndgl ci oiouc and lt.,.t
greatt difficulties. A courier has just .err-td fi-i.m Sirrragossa. tures. General Riego, it is said, is gone to tect them when not n ,mmrrec dte is.:, -hcn u a
no seen to take There is no doubt th.,-i ego asmpid to the Lerida, by order of the Government, -and great wantofpude since arid eco om), Thea-.'
he relations be- Dictatorship ; some agents who were in the General Morilla has taken the military corn- pence a w of sai a building is d cono ra.hv
ever, appear to secret divulged the plan. There was a ,ge. mand for the present. small ; while the convenience, g cn.it an
in. Negociation neral cry o execration against the conspirator 'rIls evening the troops of the garrison realsavings are cmnsioabic. It is a kind of e-t,
d England anid when his views were inown. HIe ihas been have been under arms, and numerous detach- de-zvous-a rallying point. It histan effect to
ken t. o the conducted to the fortress of Lerida, Iunder a ments of the Natioal Guard have patrolled the prevent your tools fom being ml i, sater
supporting their strong escot. It is impossible to describe our streets of this capital It is supposed.that the estrd o ls to, ratehr-
those of other situation. We are oiln a vocano. cause of these dispositions is connected with which no farmer scan well do witlout-where,
e existing union, I is affirmed, that a plot to assassinate the the events at Sarragossa, of which we have a rainy day you may mortice yo posts,
t be shaken Kipg has' been discovered, and that several spoken above. air your cart, ladders, sleds, Fin hu, hIarrposis,
e percent shut high peronages are implicated. t seems that the Permanent Deputation of yokes, harness, rakes and Woter things ;gtind
for the opening at ofaprat letter dated adrid, 6th in. the Corte is to meet to night, for the purpose up your aes, scythes. By the bye, never
bck, 1548fw 75c. Last night, at ten o'clock, the troops were of infrorm'ing itself of the result of the journey fail to .keep here a good grindstone, and in
nce, Sept. 11 again called out to maintain tranquility ; at of the Minister ofthe Colonies to the Grange, good order for your eigoodor. nluse as weal na
letter]S that hour, the minister Bardaxina procInhime ynd to take the necessary measures according-g your ows and furnish a boy t tirius oa'thesa
by torch- light that his Majesty would not be ly.yoccsonallfutnespcally whun grindngup
Austrianigovern-iits hoi capital until the 28th inst. at the opening Several citizens, it is said, will present to. ccasionew aleoyan scythe-itr ll i:ding up atd
from St Petertes. of tle Cotes. Tis communication excited night presentation to te municipality, that you may be assured, thanto go abroad o do al
e of a very ir- lod discontent in all quarters. At thie Cth this body may request his majesty to return to your grndi
led in the first Fontana, they had the audacity to say, that if this capital., .our i r
in o several the King would not come to his capital voluns- I'.,am the London Courier, Sept, 18.
ae presidency of tariy, emutbebrughthither. The following are extracts front Paris pa. Fench Iodet.-
foreign affairs. 'ho colispihacy of Sairi.',,,sia is the only pers: : .... t
result of these thing canvassed erte. Mrt tv person e afhim PInts, Sept. 15.
ieportea this that Miia paticipated ina the views of tiego; A letter from Lisle, dated the 9thl inst. says, "It is related by a, Latin historian (says
ut delay, fo the other e have, however, u en nh movementss in orders froot the- government have been receiv- the Editor of a Paris Paper) thatin every
his majesty lefr Gallioia, M. Cuguet de MI.,Iti lt .,t. a rench. ed at Calais, to make the necessary prepare, one of the great exploits which added to the
has justiarrived writer, is designated as the adviser of hiego. Lions in that port for the receptionofhiismajes- lustre of the Rontan arms, a Gaul had
h osf Bavaria, Acaptalrg to rumor, a plot otrganised iu this ty the king of England, *.:ho is expected in the always been present In spite of the partio
king ofouari capital, would have been carried into execution course of next' week.--Journal de Patis, zaris who itu) if that of Sarragossa had succeeded. It is as. Thie kiag of England will proceed direct to dent that we have not degenerated. We cat
etternich ha to served, that those most devoted to the King, Hanover. It is supposed from th.nce he will with pride anfirm, that Fei,-len,.it h.ve been,
* declaration on and at their head General Morillo, were dgstii- go to Vienta, znd thatit, is vuly on his return found in all places where dangers were to
urkey.; which, if ed to become victims of the factions to Eiagland that le will pass through Paris.- be encoutered, ors glory to be gained. It is
Majesty, wvill he P. We have received an extraordinary According to private saccpunts, however, the to French refugees that the inhabitants of
sia. This-decha- supplement to the Universal of the 1thinst. visit of his Britannic majesty to Vienia, is not New-Orleans attribute the honor of the vic-
consequence ot which contains his Catholic M.,ic ',:r .. ,s yet quite decided upon.- Constitutionaol. '-y which they 'ail, d oat:., th,: Et.l,? l It
thich the Porte to the permanent Deputatoni : itie Canrts, A journal of the north (says the Quotidienne) the last canmpaigi. here tern': Fsct u,-n
e, the Austrian and to the representation addressed by tlhe lu. cites the following passage of a letter from the ,lho -t-5tmd its gai
, who provisioti- icip-ahi, of Madrid. To the former his Maies. Rin'peror Aleatander tCi the Emperor of Austrica n6ing the l.,ttlbe that en-
f Russian Minis. ty replies, that lie feels cuntr, Jd ,al -i,.-"...' "All my family, including my mother, my a',. -lso arencdependeaa e ofit hat. loti ere ad as
e Si,-og,,,t ltior veniences which emanatefsoir any' error'in the my and toy subjects, demand war ; I alone am' also aFrenchmain wi that glorious atd sa-
S[',arte ,in, l'e.ts choice of public functionaries, & tlat the good frt peace; andI 1 will prove that I am Bripe. the Turks, atter it had made them purehasb
-, aud reiterates direction of affairs, and even tjse credit of the rar" d their usaitef it at sodea rte. his
e cottduct of the government, depend upon this choice ; that if PAoIs, Sept. 6. their shameful victory at ao dear a rate. Hi
success h1s. nol alt,os been cemmensuorate (Private tcltrr.)-The chliefsubject of Parti nsamne was Bordier, and he lied on the fletd
at the f,.'litcl with his desir"-. wi..:. i.iiot fall to be sonel.. sian solicitudile at present is the ;pproaching 'i- o. battle *after performing prodigies of va-
ines which have times the case it so dilihcult ani exercise of tie sit of the Jlitig of England.-Many and varin- our. At that time l'rotune was not favor-
Government and judgment, he his. :-la'.ni. had in view to aelec otis are the conjectures, and long and learned able to the ranks which gained a child of
complex, that it :irr ii te ntJlt a.,iith\ LI,' merit aud talents ; be-. the disquisitions upon the important point of France. But nsen, who so .I'. ii, l:o,.t., i,..J.
ipate the issue, cause the, consolidationrof the Constitutional the first u,,iuta, of the two monarchs. It are worthy of dying at Theruntepylhe.''
c-ted, the iusur- system depended tpon he selection, as well seems that there are considerable difficulties ....... *" '