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Title: New-Hampshire patriot
Uniform Title: New-Hampshire patriot (Concord, N.H. 1809)
Alternate title: New Hampshire patriot
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Isaac Hill
Place of Publication: Concord N.H
Creation Date: December 3, 1811
Publication Date: 1809-1819
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Concord (N.H.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Merrimack County (N.H.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- New Hampshire -- Merrimack -- Concord
Coordinates: 43.206667 x -71.538056 ( Place of Publication )
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Citation/Reference: C.S. Brigham, Early American newspapers
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Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. no. 1 (Apr. 18, 1809)-new ser. no. 17 (Aug. 8, 1809) ; v. 1, no. 18 (Aug. 15, 1809)-v. 10, no. 39 (Dec. 29, 1818) ; new ser. no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1819)-new ser. no. 4 (Jan. 26, 1819).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for <Jan. 3, 1815>-1819 called also whole no. 299-511.
General Note: Publisher: I. & W.R. Hill, <Apr. 28, 1812>-
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Preceded by: American patriot (Concord, N.H. : 1808)
Succeeded by: New-Hampshire patriot & state gazette

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O( i "'ii 11 th instant, -,pi' ," '': known t' ct, t'' at the 'N.'' i n I It.,, .rt
Pia ar e V A r 1~.V ', -n.. ia :o .., '.i.. '. ** .. ".. ,l protect every m an, what-, ..
.city of N 'e .-Y'-V an ; .1 ,j, :, .'.t .i ,, .. .' ... not o nly on board the ;h ... .
hi t',' hio depos-n' i tn h tl'. ewii two o ht /, -l..,f 'o I.a also their ci .-,', ,
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S, ,....* .,. .,* .. .. .... 'li..., IzrsO'l n 0I, .. ..,.. l i, i. dared 'h i' ,,c ,o
Till'. 1. 1 i' 'a Lii i n l.a Ad tie L'ItieI I
,, -.._ i. ".. fr i B' rdeaux to. l r- ,' : ,t. ',. cit e'ns wouldd hiave
S... ,i '.'. t....e were, on ioar *'.. :n,. ... o..- -l o,,- wi tar iandfe itha
SI I itnpressed ,A -i -.-,,i i ,. i, a ,, .. l -.i
r,,,r :I i l 'uself. Ti w h s lished go ernment; anil "
an d t .. v.ss' l i t. r lo, ak for the ad '... 1 i T -.
.', tI i> gige was in .iA,' -r r"t's to couanterii.ct this en ro' n s abuse.
icn, ,1 ." t' ,if to 1tar W e are .. ,.', the.sirbject is now before
ters, .. -- i : J. u t gu "nd ConIgress, and thai Mr. MonOred E, in hlis
.- ... [n t *ar c' untr'y; m k- 'p .i oI Lat if you f!e se.i 1~f w hich the ri -,,,', n-' ",, l i,.: .. . .1. .. -. ,r'...
Scaptaii re iied, ,a are on bo ardv with l us muIst b done to put i ., :.
'"', 1. .- ,0 1, : 1... "n"d' .l : swor. he E Oh i.i- .
.-. t VICE O-. ia HOWELL.
,. It ;.,-_ ., 2. .. .-,. : -, ti ,snrs on ROBEn T HOWELL, .dICmrcri o citizefo ,
.., ,...'.i .. I' C '* i,. essed in'i ho t fritiso sh service, I 'nd
S i .t*. 'd;ii . a-- : t, -. by B tonti ; OU L y
i',i i ". i'L .c, .... 1 thoe ht" Dn Rh t D in cein;'s com/tn i ledtb ". t
I.,. i t '.'-. !. !i o: h.. e C -i hm, A, th board the .Littie ... : I
th'', ,n ; ir ).' :-, ,.eceiv'<;d a c:a>nnqU-shot own c ... ",. .. i. vid hich u-,naturc'i
i S ." ,lm .. ; n ,i ,, r >1-._ *.:r.t, a id 1 ,ut of ".. *-, .. ,:s leg and :th1 gh.struc
hr -.l_ cl. I.' :.uch' a r. v ,. ann'n). ba!l arind ,i : d-fea w
; 'r ,"', ... Ih ..' r e ut. t : i. e i hours after .rf th wound.w
.Ai, r 0 (I /. 1i71 0 iL
..i ... i I ,' i'-. .''-- 'C sati here pre` ipi -ce frown'd- e,
l--% ,., i' ., i t,- I,-,..: 0 i. i,'.* ..'. !'A vassti l,save the wave's ,n,, il t r,
ii, ,, I, 1 : .' v low /
T! O. .. ,' I' It it ... i r. 1 ': a-.' he sea t' it ',.i
,- '...,' 'il] i, l s"s ,s i-c, :-- -
i' i' i'' t ''I "TI i '.- '-t "t i.-shof 'oa-t )' 1 1hz
.. .'.* '' i t r ..... iin its bosom below.
,, ," .' .. .'. ,' oth er ;
.. ,.,., ". .. "- I ':" There ,as tmusin g .. 'eaE.a" m. it i Bleeding Country, tily wront s t tere myl
-m l ... .. ,.. a : m u' l rf ot healp it; .he. tush -a care, .
S,.... :. ... i c led aone .-:1 oss gliht, mid the n.;'i.... s: form dim ,
.,. d' ', ,- e '. .v '' ". t- l m a ,g n l e |y ieaVho ne J
th ... :' -, .. ... -. ,', '. he And, T Howell! thy spirit wns there !- .
b. ... f1-.- i. ls bo .... t .b
,,11i.: IL ,,m them t t, ,': th I i. it ncoi fn'd he burst lon the view ar. .
;., .".. iii once ,. va a ,'s nmu .' ..i .. .. D ark and n t was his c, ., ,,,i..-
*- l :.': i J -" .; i :,,- ",', ., sh eet, L .
S- w.is ged up And hi; corpse, pale an.s p.al.. ,,an, wit
SI...., ..- blood wave threw .c
ir,,: .- : a .. into the sea t .. O n the c-..iu 1 t..,i, ,t. ; ,t ..s a. t .r .
i .. r I n- t r ,-Ir .: r .. a u breath could Idraw !
I. ,I ,. . i,. ,',_ .,1,, i., 'l1' ,r e -
; r, i r ',. ,,.Y..i, l, .... essel, va cap- But the iead fror shis rock rising- slowly
.u .. i on bhe 4.'. tA ,. Gast oy the Little I saw,- 'a
i II.. II a .. I' t h. wound to my eyes bet aid bare ,
e .1 I . i W as d f nt.. h w... '
t. irnr oi J .;1!.,. ; I ',tI. o e.-s b eThenhishInd .1 sft anidhiseye
i"., -. .n Y i '. a i I me 'c If -a coo with.y.bfe o-diii"' s last tear,
i ri Go, sraner aihe
> ..- .'. -- -' -' ': '.- ". ,, LI ,.. I.fe- and his breast heaving
ith ..7 ..i .ir ti e -"ri .1 w l G .t. '. t',bra sit'I-'
= ;,- i ... an acur. a .iei Broke.hid "- ,gc .. ,i. ; voicein my ear.

,.. i. ir 1 i,. ri ,. t ,. ..... had the a-cquitat G ... '', ,, I.'oid thee to go-
;.',,r.i I i,',tlcr ,:r..,.. ': f li"1^ c'Tre'-e (,., ,', i ) the brave a" Kd the free-
-i :-. 1 i; '.:-.1 c a iIn c .: ii i. i .eart'scurrent more ap-.
l. i' -" l 't' iUlsm ... ,t. attentionn ofsovJ .... iliv flow.
ernen that i .. t im essed Ait-. When l think of their brethren like.
I -i il t.a "i' 'ii w u thd o- -ye me !i o m
.... 1 I'', l ir 0 .;, l 1-I 'I e ,

inric .'s .i: -, li. "A l ,ri 1oe1, l.ef would scorn to appesal-
/.'.,. ., 1 1l'.' n,.[ ,,1 by ,-: .'.',! it'r m no appeal could avail !
)'., .: 'i' r ... i l, or the U ButI .. i, ,T m)y country too coldly.
." ,t,. '-,_ 1.1 ,, -h ,. of B rit- .- I L i i .
aini i. this i I. .. '...' : The ..rorg .which her children assail.
\'.li he i &f r ,! .. . ,.'. -,- rF, r e
r., ic.'.' ..1, "< C .. .. a : ., and the nation still deaf,
-, B 5econicy. she .- -1,-_:-' i',.-, to aim a ',,,;1 i groans of her seamen resound !
the live/fs ;r." h .' -c..,:' on board To their shame, to their stripes, to their
ij.- lt: ., mnultipo ed.gr f, ..
ti- ,-I'e..e Is n end, but in death, tobe found ?
T, .... 1o is-sist in 0.anattemptto
.^ *;' :i -;-: ,. i o ei ibejr.cuiint-ry;. ni, s.ilf 'rnagg'd a slave from the shoree,
, .., : ,,: ..ha M r; I \\,i ... friends and with hlilne I
S'yiatd, .oce proposed I' ,. ,-.-, ,: was blest
'n. ,.., ...: ; Qouity/ to every A- By this ti'unck wet and pale, and with
..,,. ., a .... .t the British blood clotted o'er,
. ... s h'a< *.-...mpted t press him. By the deep, where its doam is to rest-
i W rt : .o..omeof o ur delicate
S. ','.i.- ; san!.:nary ; but G and find me soate Adams, to plead,'
. hen we reilect tha; t ne vt.ws of ,, ,-. Some ilancock to burn o'er the slain-
I... ... Br .- .i, subj :cts to defend Again this cold fragment is welcome to
i;...-r -I .. : t ."' he ivei of pire,)t .bleed,
, .- ; i n. i* -1 .- ...', If my country be wash'd by its, stain!
tion, or : ... i a n't to it, o ghit
., r ..'. .. Go, stranger, I bid thee to go-e
S '.. ,. '.:,,." ,. :.. f l'-lh we Go and cry to tiebraveand the freeI
ti,..-. r 1.r.., inj .:.- ':,i l,,,er the Go.and.id the heart's current more rap-
I,,,.-1. :,. .,, .. .. .-.:, *,,. an. idly flow ,
,-* ., .. ....,,'., ....* '. .... I.,-.rd the .. WVh,. they think of their brethren like.
t.. ,-i,, n-..., the Ncw-York Co- me !" -
,. .. : f oia i .,. ,n. ih.: rnist of the eve

I -* r. :.- -. *I i0 c: who-ip. : 1 .I lh, l..; i :i, as it passedd from roy
- .:" ..'. Bn C 4. i, i. :" c,,iiidor an'd vielw ; .. -w
. ..-;. v. l..n e :-. ..... ..t G.' follo ,\nd I i .-. 'd, left in l.m.: : and. sadness


I: 1 -*r r :, i i .* .... .
.. t ,.., -.1 '. Gower, To his' charge,'I'd be faithful and true,
!,''i i ,. ; ', i 1 from'o .- u. I f!an'i [r JEUS.
; -, *'- T,, *.L .,' ,i, i. l]e B elt, i .. ,.,
.,-_ ., ,. '. h 1... 1ie 4.h --
,: ,; I,,.' I' t *. : n *rN e1', ] ,, ,. ,[, .

-'r C o. Io Mo. W 'SI reand a l I "ty are hereby notifed, that
J ."' ,ea.,, (as (A. e re i I.. .6 ', innial M meeting will beatCon-
-a '- *' I,. ,,. L,, mC twn .to ain O.P ,| 3he 25th ,f D.cember next, at
1." '.i.... .- he id, e tw- o'ciock, P. -1. I n ere .ill be a,i Ad-
.1. ''..t e! n. n1iresst and several pieces of Music per-
replied (as A I a- 4".. ,t). see ,. F.I L.
have brought me to, to forteecme t i.- lhe foriued .
.. ,.. ,r, ', :. ers, a .., oveil tithe The Members are requested to meet at
-.,. to< the ings out the T own House at six o'clock the eve-
his ears, and return ift he could to mag preceding, touehearse the following
the person from whomt he received them, piees, )yiz., id Hundred, ... s'ev-
und Gower took: the rhi-g. On the arri- enth Pshlm and c('..Q'Q" .*,. with several
val of the Li:tle Be't in Halifax, Mr. o" her ain p salm l i,,,..'.
Wheeler, an old shipmate Wih Ho.ell By o.'de"of the lietsiden t,
.and Gower, wenton bo-rld the vess,.l thieo- Conco Pd, ET 25A 18 U ,- S
c' ir-sitv. s G; ,,C r there, received from cord, v. 2,


M A Ji y o Lto y u i0 r e lo l' ,- i ill. 1- 1.0:1 .. .li0 "i l i i l ii I. '1
proclamation of the ] Ir.. ..i.. .' -.i 'of Americ.R.n essels under the orders i.n
S: i aiand to the demand which )ou council, after the 'i'. cn ,fi I.. French
had maden'i, by tihe order, ..f ,, -. -, t- decrees was announced, and even inK the
'"i p ,! t. ,." ft i i W .r ta n momen>it when your mission, avow-
*" .I ; '1 '"c i,./'tI ...,, .ir ,id t1bl) co'.i ,;i] ator>.v,wasto'a ,veitselect.
My letter has e- :i ., .., iot merited I will ol..! add that had it tippe-r 'ed ti-
this imputation. nally, that .-rance had failedd lo perform
Ha, tving shswn the inje.stice of'he Brit- her engaglm-rent, ,'; .i 1h :'.it have
ish g.o.'ernment i i i the Pdiers in been expected, t -.: ..-eat Britain
'ouncd.i on the pretext assigned ai'd its, would not have molested such of the ves-
" ;" ii I ".i .: in adhering to thetim sls of th" United States as might be en-
,. i h.t D ...'. ..1 failed, a respect ter:ng tihe, ports of oi the faith
for Gaeat Britain, as wall tas the United -of bllh. gtaverminiets, till tia-.mt failu-'e was
States, prMventedtmy plain .O i.r' clearly pt-oveTl.
i nght ini wi'ch the subject r .. '. i0 1'.- To 'ni.sty insinuations ih your leter I
senited it-self, thie remnonstrance i .- mwake no reply, because they suiilictiently
to, and the extraordinary dertiaid f.aind- :... 1 only one that would bea proper.
ed oa t, that while your governreni. ac-t i;' i" ., necessary t-':. i'-11' "i the 'im-
con'minodated in nothing, -the U. States partiality which iiasbeEn observed baythpe
should relhiquish the ground, whichc by United Sti'Utes tow,.rds the two belliger'-
a just regard to the n~''i: ,'and hon- i ets, I tight ask, whetieri' if Great Brit-
or, they had been .' i I to take. -'-i h ,.- acceptedtlhe c;,aditi.n which was
S ... t. ,:. -C i .. nationn .i-I ',. : equally'to helr ;.id France, by the
can never be .'w.. ',. '.:.,>'.:i.,i by a act of '.; I 1st, 1810, nd France hliad re-
government not prepared to submit to the Jected it, there is cause to doubt that the
degradation. it was for this reason that non-importation act would have been
I confined my i,1. '. ... P i..,- in carried into ..'i'9. 70r -1. :t France ? No
your lete r, wh,.. i i ..l 1 tir..,, .' .: of s'nch doubt can -.1.1, s;, because in
the United St. n., 't, ,'I-. i '- of former ilstaice, when this government,
justice, to the revocation of the Orders trusting to a fulfilientt byc'you'ns of' an ar-
itn Council. Your demand, ho.e ever, was i .,ii.- r, .0i which put an "end to a non-
neither unnoticed or unanswered. In intercourse with Great Britain, the non-
layipg before you the hin"'lee', and as intercourse wtVs cofftinuied against France
was believed, i ile.Il..' p ; n 'which who had not then repealed her decrees,
thl United States expected, and Called as it was not doubted England had done.
fur the revocation of the Orders in Coun- Has it not been .:- i.. '.l' declared to
oi!, a very explicit answer was supposed ',i-r government, I'.' 11. it Gr'at-Britaini
to hae given to that demand, would revoke her orders in council, the
Equally unfounded is ,..-r complaint President would ;tii...i ,It \ cause the
h't-i I' .n;-.i.'tL .. ..t1 th ir passage which non-importation to cease ? You welljnow
,i ii. 1A c., L. ni'n i, the revocation that the same declaration has often been
of the Orders in Council, that the made to yourself, and that nothing more
trade of Great' Britain with the continent ;A 1, itiio,. tio the remnovl of tihe eistinga
should be r,. .sa :1 .j the state in which it obsi ,u... ,., to the commerce batwecn the
was before thc 1'. i... and Milan ::, -h.A two countries, than a satisfactory asstur-
were issued; As this pretension was ance, which will be 'received with pleas-
povel and ,- '.i ..' d;m,.i,, it was necets- u're :"r.. ",-' .-iif, that the orders in cdun-
sary that ..i::.,,.: i. i.... huld be foimed cilare at an end.
of it, and .- ith ri, it i,1'. I ,,:- i' such arn By the remark in your letter of the
.:-.pnl. ii:.,-, ,s i>.:'u d ci. li. ome tofornm third of July, that the blockade r I
o'1e. May, 1806, had been included in the
In the :pl;i'tion: given, '" a do not in- more comprehensive system of the orders
sist on the. right to trade in British proper- in council of the following year, and that,
ty, with 'British vessels, directly with if that blockade should be continued in
your enemies. Such trade, yon admit, force alter the repeal of tho orders in
would be preposterous, But you do insist council, it would being icn',-"inen ,r of the
by necessary implication, that France special application of :. n.i 1 cut naval
has no right to inhibit the impose k. i in. force, I could not but infer you idea to be,
to ler ports of lritish manufactures, Sr that ithe repeal cf the orders in colnle.
thie produce of the British soil, when the would neccs-sarily involve the repeal of
property of neutrals, and that, until the blockade of May. I was the more
France removes that inhibition, the Uni- readily induced to make this inference,
ted States are to be cut off by Great Brit- from the consideration that if the block-
in fr'om all trade whatever with hier ene- ade was not revoked bya repeal ofthe or-
mies. ders in council, there would be no necessi-
On such a pretension it is almost im- ty for giving notice that it would be coas-
possible to rejatsc. There is, I believe, tinued, uas, by the ft'trthr consideration,


lonial i.I .,. I1. i.I .I to all that r,,"L;','n of
the coa .r ni ,-... i, ,i I,'I.
added, affordeat .. the I: i.tchl I iAL. ,iii
(-.ommodation in a principal p .,t -ri,.,, .'.
issue between our governin'ents, and. ot:
-whic-h their citizens extensively aia.ifeSi
thz;iseltves, that that trade and the ques- ,
tion of blockade, and every other qtes--
tion in tWhich the United 5-.'-.- and.G.,
Britain weree interested, were tfhetL
in a traii of amicable negociation, youth
will, I think, see the cause 'hy the min.-
jster who then represented the U....
States with the' British gGvertnnet ...
roat -miake a formal complaint against it.
You have appealed tore, whlo happetnedst
to be that Minister, and urged my s"i,'ilec'c-
as an evidence of my ipi.nP.' i'. r, of as
,le.ist acquiescence iln the blockade. At,
explanation of the cause of that supposed
silence is not less due to myself, thma to
the true character of the-. transaction.
with the Ministe with whom. I had tiap
honaorto treat. I may add, 'that an offf-
cial formal complaint was not likely to be-
resorted to, ha'--i',.s- fi I.' til .-.rrnmunica-
tions were e .. iii *,ii,l ,..Il': :i T -i
vtant ofsuch document is no proof that
the measure was approved by me, or that;
no complaint was made. It recallingto
my mind as this incident naturally does..
the manly character of that distinguished?.
and illustrious statesman, and the confi--
dence with which he ; ; I r.:.i all those
with whom he had tc ... :. I'shalt..h
permitted to express, as a -:- tt'rilut te
of respect to his memory, 'the very hi:-
consideration in which I ,have AltiaSr.
held his great talents and virtues.
The United States have not not" car
they approve the blockade of an exten-
sive coast. Nothing certainly can, b-.
inferred from any .thing that haa
passed relative to the blockade of M r-
which countenances such an inference,
It is seen with satisfaction that yoi
still admit that the 'ifli.:-,c ol of an ad-
equate force is i- .. -.: y to give a blockj-,
dle a legal character, and that it ,. ii
lose that character whenever that ade'
quate force ceases to be applied, As .i
cannot be alleged that the .,l.ir.hc:irc. Xf
any such adequate forec has been contin-
ued, and actually exists in the case of the
blockade of May, 1806, it wou!d seen fo
be a fair inference that the repeal of t'ha
Ot'ders in Council will leave rio insupeir
able difficulty with respect to it. To sutp-
pose the contrary, would be to suppos-a
that the orders in council, said to inei0.tr
that blockade, resting themseC'lvLe On a
principle of retaliation only, and not ssl-
tained by the application of an adetMn~
force, would have the effect of sureta.l-
ing a bloQ gde admitted to r'equireq th


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.P resid e nt to term in ate r,a .... ... .I .-..... e r, ,".... itI] ..... t < 'l. : l.1 -
the ,hu i. i, L 'i ,'law ,,1 ,' T h .- "a I i c1 h 1. z
la st ; th .: I- i :.: h ,, t ,I .. t S .na lly .
pr positior.n ade iy a previo i I i i carre t ,- i If yoa ** :l --:r t!e ..,' ',
ly to G reatli ir ain' ;.tn;': (i. 'it .i, 's e ',it he t con- fir.d that t is '. i::. ,'. :, ,; '. I; .
", ., revolked h, er co -' '. i hser; of the' {'r'o hC govri lnn alt, h6w (:- 1 blocKade .il 1. t ;r ,,i '.c -. -,.. -'
ouLr neutral T -1. ,i(.. ,, *...1.1. i C;, ory there those of G, t"ii.-a Tbere is an express res 4 a toli
declined to revoke hers, i ..... r,: ... ." ... i ,: se8 it musn t 'deperid on iin favorof eutralst *r. _,. rt.,fh;'i -.
duty of this gove.'nient. to i ,.w its n- :a .,- .. and the.wi'l of thie par3y. be" ..: ii'i : ,i. i tiln ',.. -ii ,, I.c ... -
T : '.. i ., ,, r1'c-l'r the non-hiipolt- Nor isit r.. i., what extent, by OstE, ,n;d the Elbe n .1 .. .-I
i .,..-., i i,1 1 ,,- G. Britain, what piwerstie tMtia e to the coutihi, nt are permitted by t.. 1. .. 'om thlleir-ow',
This state of nffmirs has rot been isprehib'i'. '' .. u- i,- i r. ,' ,-h. orts e'iry kind r' .. I. .:. diw
sought by the United States. Whi tet the ', ... are a. I '. the pro- tiCo-. asto is origin. I.L nL i to thi
proposition contained in-the law of May hibition is a n.cewori consequence of .:v.. .. .-.der that 1 ,a. i ,. and
I .., 1810,was offered equally toboth pow- that sat A te. I ,.'. -t It istheir'ownv act; i-. .:.-:. '..r. ,,., f I.Ia ... .1 *, ;. '
ers. thero was ca.us ;.. -1 r., that (G. a dl whether it be v, iuntary c:' Ccoipa'- tat'.d enemy':.- ':..-I'. ,:, I. nI,.. ib .-
Britain would have. .'..- :. whiic s..ih %, they. alone are a .s'weril.e for it. .oth irowi. 1 .r. in r.-.rt- i h i '.-:.-
event the n n-importarion law -.. not '. act be taken at the -.. -.. an.d tides they 1 i, i\i I .ri c..r: .-
i .'.. : .. '. .,.. r the :-ci- erce oC1 rai ce, the m. 't 'haInd of var and enemy's [.r r, rti ,
Ii -. i... .. e 'i ri sh .' 1.- i. hat it j .is:' ies r pc i- Cte tct d, if a o'ir ,'i .-I ev- 'ii tho.(: ..
ment, at.thit time, to en;abl th *. .. i by a-sinmuiir measure, ticles v.ould ii I .i.thrwise have bede.
'dent ta set th -, i,, --. .i. --- as ; : .. ,i.. whatever can it b. s."id p.ar iMttled under the reservation ? No or
by rendering''' i. '. W_,an act .. tion to th conduct of G, iderwas necessary to. subject the't to
-ofjustic.' i f i- i. .. i .;ase- t i .1 nentr l ,' ,,, T ey I .r- liable to it by tI
iolate i *' .,: -; i, i.i '. 'v .. The U.nied States c: have no bAjet- law ofrn tions,
her oqr2e-i-i a-i ,i. '' h. ,i : r.i a tip- to the emrploynment of their cc',Torner- W hy then did the P i ;:i ,-.' .-'r., ,:n.
lone the PresiIdeit ha's the power-v, I amn c'ial cpitb lin the supply of France, and. institute a blNckade v!i i' h .'rii' ,-p. ...
instructed to i ', ; i youn th'A.t hc will, of the conitient geier.idly, avitlh m. inu- neut-rais wois not rigc i-u ', 1.. 1 to',,- ,.:.1,
wid!'Oit de!Qiy, exerciseit by i .. a' -, ,. i, iand to cormprise ia the supply; ei parn of thle co st c .a [ .i 1 i, i t i
the 'petration,.of ltriis t,'w. tost It (;reat-B'itait !to 1.. t lihose yo. will louk to ,te statto" to' -, whico.
It is presumed that ti, '.' 'i .,- ,, t i.I ccnseit to it. Buti they can- then existed between t I,,.h,:i I -,
which I have had the honor to mniake toI not tuder take to force such .' .;. on and Great Britain, yvon I' il ii., i],,' .l -
you, of th- ra'.e;C.tion by Fraice uit ier rapnie or on any othe'- p -:er', in comrn swer. A cont-roversy h.. i t ,, .,,..
s.eci';ee3, s., tf a t' n. h'7 vi aola edl th~ neu- n .r .' ,ii, ii, t.,. i ,,, between cur ,-.:. i,' ,. i. i .-, ,. ;
tral rights ofr the .U nited H.% es, ianid ..,.11 ... 1,] ,', *.......ni.,, ih r t, (pic, which rnil ,' r:,-,.in '- T ..
her cona u' ct since the 'rcvaocatai W. ill ih ri i ..... .. .. t '. .n .dd BH ,r. ,1, ;.,' ci;,itn ,t hal ii.it,.' l .- p '.
present to your gover' .nenilt a ''' '. ll II not Metnpand. in tavor I:..' i..:' i 1,'.- I ,. .,r F. '. *I ,-,.J i. i
ew of thle -i : f' .t 1 ..... whIN they canno.tclaim for them- lies in the produce ot their colonies,,
hbi.l 1,.'ore taken, I. i ", '. :: in ... he just cl : . .. effect. I li ve A ; '. T i i.- r i then a ii ct of negoe .... : .,
r i'7 .'- .' i O r "- _l,, t ': r ,* : i, ,lt .. 1 ,1 a ; i ; 'v r e' i |,' h i ts i ti i .. r .

,", ,- J. F osS< r l .Escj, V '. : ,i,, n ]:,,. I-,n :,. ,1 i.,.,,..,9. "ssui- b '. : ; ." .....l 1,
S .-- .. ,. 1ill i,..; ,i' i. '. ,:C' -.:,. her i without :u A l... Atny conce- n-n :'. *,-
tMR. MtONROE to MOti. FOSTEZR. tirn .yf .r r .I..- i'.h France rc.. t i c i '. .-le. :1- .., t, t ri. ,'dia t e,
S .. '. .' ,O ct. 1811 .i.r n .w r. -,. eased. I '1 I l t .- t Ir tl' ;,i t r"
$iR- I ii a' l: ,' i e h your .let;: r i ti,.. 1 : I'.;, and to sub I Il .. ., i. it ,. .-.' t .r. .f .* ,cd. that' order it. ,,, ,-..crip' -, i
mi t it tot. h .. :,. n ., .. .r 1 ..: i .- r, i1 l 1 ',t i ,I,, r :, i no other did I in ke- c-,.,z. a .
In answ ering that : 5 o ) : I '-' .,._ A ** t .i ..1 .. .. ,., l it. '
that I should notice .., i "t. "W O 1 l i i% .ro.r,i .._, th T.'nh..... *, .t'.a i'Viien youreflecttha. this orders e i ..
had omitted to r: -- i i i iI .i. i.t '.. ,i.;.'L ;,, r i,, ..... t. i i. ,: lowing the trade,of ieutrials, itn so-
cf L v t w-. .-I -







picatic.on orn adequate force,untilsuch announce the relese, by o-e, pancr.l .: ight with -; 1.-. ...,- ,i 1.:... ,. i. .; ..- I vr f l -s y, in his
adequateforce should nctully-take-the decisir, orl, e ery American ve :t c:.p- dn.. I ,c l ecreess. se .l r, ..,- .'nr,,cn s l.,T^ F ,r. ,,e ... 1 ,.:n' ur, c i:,s lth M r; PiAnkty e rn
place^ cftheordersin council .WVhenevo turedsinticeth: ,tpl cld, if ,if thte only enn-tnntwotdoubtb t goeh ha .:,. Jh-t r:!... -. 1 .b b r .d .t''ohaie
,'" vi ~~~~~~~~with tnie in the co~nc' ('1-1' re .ri-.r,, ,J l ,'l ,,r ,u.~ ,': .r-been etfnbra d. CC N ,Lt,- ] ed sh r "
erany bl,.ck-d is instituted, itwvillbea .quiry .'ere Chler t- rot trhev 'hadvi- ,, ,., wing to your er.proot ot tl .
T-ulli... Fdh r '.-,..-, ~, ow ing to y (6 r ger.,p roots oft t t,,r ,,: 1, 1 U.::-,:f, : the :-specific i-lf .i iI r,, r A h ich vot
subject for consider on, ael ifI the block- olated th. Berhlin Mi;mn decrees r. : e.. :, t,.. 1i.:.: ul- conduct of thic- theFrench d .c; .. l tn t, I .1m the specic r,
ade be in conformity to the law ofna- Unf... ti.tilv, ho-,ever, tlie practises of French government in the sa-me light that the ruler of France, tfli :-,'. i .i oration have made v ,:-u1.1 have induced a belief
tions, there will be no di-positirn in this i-te yp..,rs r-rL.kr ithe qu],-.1ion property it appears to His .M "i,; g,,n",crnini t, of five aorsix vessels t:, I T ? io.'-1' given that such was the case.
Soverinmentto contest it. extremely difficult tobesatisfactorily deci- that a difference cf opinion %-:-. i..E' .,i up for .1 ,l-: ,.,,: .puL :. =, o. ii testimony have the honor to be, &ec.
SI have the honor to be,c; ded amidst false papers & false oaths ; at- us as to the proposal I made, which, un- of his satisfaction' at the attitude taken "*r-I, d i JAS. MONROE.
(Signed) .fA1. MONROE. ter ithe mr,,.t minntean.i tlli-u,> invtii- der the .n,;...,, entertained by them, by America, is a pr. of eof their revoca- Zugiz tus J. Foster, *Esq. WV.
Au. J. Faster, Eq. u, tion,;t oht!n ren,-,is doubtful wfheth- was surely a very just and natural one. t ...r, or of his return to the pl n.,-c ., af ,
L r 1.Io 1n. hn toa .neutral or From the earnest desire of und Jir. Justice.- MR. FOST-R -TO MR. ATON RO,
l ,-, oor.ohn, r--rr:. anrenemy. TLloni to a neu tra myself and my government ir:.m ,, l.,f,' -,,:p-.,s:r.' ,. '.. *toyour ashigto. October31,1 ll.
MR.MONROE T MR, iTE.- an enemy. Tle tn.-e .mployvd in h r.,." making .ir, 'i n or un- observaonson the late condemnaitn .o, t r. d--rreply at length totheb
efarmtnien.of State, October 171 1811. investigation has surely no6 connection just demands o'th.t r.i .-n-e .,. I h-,. -n sh.ps taken *, ,i..', ,, majesty's,u.r- nations contained in tyour tf,. of the
Sir-,I'have thehonsrtocnri-.inrii:,ate 'i the Tlin-andl Miln d ar.-s, and taken the i.e|',, to trouble you so Ir ,.'-I, in council, what I have all teay had fir int: on the r,. n.r- of C -te
-fo you a .opy.of two letter-s IIror lse cannotbe co.nsriiJertd i dr,|nce ol'th andi I will' now proceed to show why 1 the honor to state to you. ,L.ti. 1 i
chlare r.es affires 6f th e United States continuance. thought you had misund .>tooat the pas- which took place in their cond ......,... i ,,. as relative to0the. rench !.'-tr-,
at Paris, to their l,; --e ,.s :.-a irc', a. It isis i le l,t -,t l, c. decrees ,I V 1 sage of my letter which r lated to tl:e ex- was not inrcn-c p n-cof any doa bt .--. because yon seemed t.:. .. n. have or-
SLoitdon, and a n co0 ,i t.- te cors.,,:,n- ,.. ;,pt ,f. .: in thn r municipal char- tent in which the repeat of the French ,.-,-,s. in his ... ,overnmet, as'. gucJ as if but a part o1 the system cn-
.,.r.: of,"-laterwith tIIe Taoui r, andbea11h. the iIr'tB decrees w.s required by Great Britain, whether ti- Fre-.h decrers were revok- tinud,and even that part had.ceased t
r. b' e ... ....t^ :Itheexplanation which you desired o n ed,asyou' -r.:r ,. nr,.,h,. but in conse- .,_ ..nsk'eredas ameasure.ofv: :. ,:
"f \".ll:-_l.' ,,n .snbjet. 1 h.. ,-l L),l',ih c hcl, zei onth.. c.ormin.n, this point I gave )you tha t whch the mar- uenceof .,r. ta the A Britain. For mne to havc 2
v../l:, seb, thAll, S'mith ,-.- .,nr o r. -n- te:V pcrturm tiro, 1 uis Welle.sley gave to Mr. Pinkney in merican government, pn its .-,.'.s iI his, wc,.ld have been at once to alow
I i)., he i i:,.-o[i:: :.i :..':,- tat he -u,'.i,,. ',,.,t. ot appear to be a concern answer to his letter of August 25, 1810, that they were deceived by.l ,',,., .,voulu i th fc e of -Il l-: W 01J,1 fe
: ,.,,'|,''i r .-, *i t ".t ., a t'a lc". .. t t' thr U hi'..'l ..t i r-, r.r can the m ea- andlbegto refer' you to the r,,,;. : ,.. ,f have ;.. '-,'..it ,r 'i .. .. m measures a- .
,: -,rn t .o ,: n 'r i o. uris, t ,. it .I. I.-, l',1 i'i r,_. liation rflit,on'he part the President of the U united .p,'. dcs ..r, l -. gains the BIritish com m erce. A consul '..' ': ere r 1... ...) :.. :1 ".cr .n,
'y,. .. j'l .- .r'1 '. '1.*il n i t.. !ie d'. ; i.-- !-i l]' ,,-,tl b ilslv..extended beyond opening (t Congress in Decemniberl810, enable thi e I .. -..l before the decision precede"ted m easures :. '. il.. 1ursu.-
.-. rS ,..,. ... "- |',, ',s r,'1 m.n.I, t,. reach an unoffend- for, iproof' that the demand of Great .1. i.k l. r:e n those ) h-.; ., .. ,'tI I=.o -' '.1 -,, 'an :.n,,..;.te repeal, ato ing neutral power, which the act of her Britain in theextenttowhich I have stat- doubt, but-that, had the '.,,.,! .s. ... become m::..re o-diary ,.0, -,1 i .,r .I cf
bn e--. l f vin y r overn- im < It twc ed it was known to .. ..ur .. m .,- n,.. sev- .,:nn,. ;,. ... l1-1 ]- t. .1 in their, un- trade. tber iore -thone ught fit to coB-
.halre been --T-,o -Ifr6m your, .overn- .) ,tale dz -SevIcr
.. thr V O how Was I thn1n,0M eidll: aUILI- afciect ... F.
Mt. on th- rece. t ofhits Iommunica- r ., l.:.rrFfor us thc t th'e Berlin erat-meb. ago; how was 1 therefore n ,,,11...tnh: ,. .,-, Great Britn. Hnie y yanswver 0o yoir rminarkn, to -,
f p hi i it to suppose i' the term innvatios, as ap- -.n 1;.,...- .i1,r II,.. il faith of France, a general stoltesntttc fthe-sim of the de-
tio, if the new proof which.t aftord so 0 d i' ., d decr-es have ceased to be :- lied to the eplanation given by me, that .,,t .1 ,c....i..... in his rrajesty's go rr,- ,instGreatt i, ,,, h!ch 1was,
the Frsa:c,'I repPal -. si .,- r ..., yet ecuted on il.- hli i seas; -and if the or- yea could mean otherwise than some real- < ir,.,..:.. ,: ...: u ,h ",l sho. 'd by cI.tt.1rallv revo--!
i will every agreeableto learn thatyou ders inc!au.- ','.;i continue to operate ly.new pretension on the part ofG. Britain, In reply to ycur observations onthepr. ..
are now authorized to c.,r. r i .r.,.. ", r.:r,', .,e ..c 1,ls p,:.1i-l by such as that France should sullr British tensions of Great-i:ritain ,. '. *, ..- *g }!r decrees revert1o >Ie usual etl-
"- ,- i r t n.t I ll t ',ni :,': h -,' ,iv, 1i,, r;i,].- r.d te i v- ,, r. l..o.f ii .,, p property tobe carried into her ports for revocation of tihe I- .--: '., -. i be,. l n w r I .
'* .,r.cil .nd th.; n .ninii,.rt:- ,,u-t ..n.-idered as a simple and. Ihe purposes.of trade ? If the' warmth 1 repeat that th-.e sumr of thsdenmand made c iired ..: .
l oti ac ', ;..q e.1,)t i i Tra 4.. o u r .tnti ,n s ..t l -.. iin t. n h 1. .. r'.. in 't-, re- b \ Ii l, -' .,1 is tIt. F ra y ,.'. i. .I : -* .t.. ... b F '.' .:-. .. ,. -f
ou LW I' d il a S1.1'! ,1-,.,.
S I. -l i~; I- t ;. u, w i l n o t n in ,, .- a s np p csed ,-, ,, ,'. .., t L.... sort th,, .- i',. l.- '; l ow s of ,,;,r.-L .. i it -., -' .p.,.I.- ,, ,, ....., r.I ; ,, ,.,' ,..
t w, Ia s e .gh' g a '-e anyr ofenc,1Jsincerely regret it, and tised in former wars in t'rope, tier ru- |, ,, i, i of the continent is one
townior several days, this better, d oi ne hc ,r '...*>, -b,, ..,,e yI-u -" therevo- .,,ill h ,of,.cie htrieto say, sir, that ler by his decree, e..t -... .. M,, ... ..,,,. : he many vo t hmoation
l,' n : .1 t.- on i .. .. r,,., i i1 :;..-) nd 1,1i it dee 'ei ; ,, .I. l i, ,._ .. i ,v of m y re- cared him self:-,. l .i.,-.,_ ..,.,,,i .... -...,. ". ,, '. -.,r,'* .: n th d r s n
,. i.f'i I ,, -. r .. a ,'l ir ,r ,, 1 1-- : ...ts in the precis and l. r '-I d>..l,- m arks le l you'to suppose they con vevyed he has openly i. 1 .....-... s ,1 1, a. t, by i4 1.1 0 -mny, i c
l ." l. ...u u nm v t, n I ir here, arefor- : -,i.,,,," this government, inits d m'; -. v i .-" ; .;r insinuations, as one.pa, I -.r. efrts to ruin the resources ot b-re, ,. i I y the dOelaration
'r pL i i n .; e:n ; .:e t tinu nce, to execute them to our p i' .. .... r.: your letter1 w would :. ;..:' .1 t. im :'." ,.1. *',, h .;. .,, i ,,: ri.. .' .l t :v.11 .,. f- .... .. rr. i;.-.
S i.\: th hon-.-' 10 b-, ''- dice in a sing e instance; in its having ply, i am most unfeignedly sorry for it, I-. I.I- .. .. t.. d c '. .... ..., bh. It,..,' i- ,:-: : ,, ,r,',-
..:n.d J.\S M ON ROE. e .em pt 1 from ( ir. operation, every as I- e certain t'. 1-. ,,,.q respect for you I t ',,. L: ,, .,.-', ,.. t i r,..,, .. t r, .l. -: ... -. ll *. ], to revert tt e'r- p r ir -l
~ ~ c 'I:,..,,torj)-,our, "government,"' %1 ,. ', C" .. .
.. r r.. ; ., i":N'cj '-' '" since th,: i .i. tor your govern ent, and .. *'* ,.,- .i '. :,,.- i.i .cc .i c- ',..!. .,'.racteriked tl..- ', i..-i, ,n-..l le
.-.., ~ .. I ... ve m eant w hat I w rote in ,:nt ir.*. -.. ,, .o ,. I ,', v ,, i .',, r ;-, .. and to '._ .' t; li c. ojuse
S .. ... / frst of .'.- 'ir,) ,-, i. ,.'. l -, ', i.. I the wa ypf argument, or for the purpose *h. ..i C r.iI Ir .is.can itbe expect .. ,1.. r:, en the c i...- ,, iir- o h -
ms ,.,:-.nri. T t..l S.. sM ITrr be .-i,::.ii,1d ; and every ,:... ,, l, -( ;- '.,, -c y. .f France i .l.i ,,,., ..,T .. ..
... O ... ; .-.I,- 1` L ,, ,.,.v -.. F r a n ce, 1 r '.,1 ,- -t .h ,l,. I .,,., 'I, ,,,qT I ,1. .
S...I ,: .,.... : ,18 1.1 .,,!..ht mi since that period n ou, I. in herco duc t ,. C. .,N i l'it, States lishment ef such a Q 'stgem u' ''. t-, new .... ,. r y rr ig
'- ,*',-" e i:, y ,, r letter, 'i it h t ,;.. has |i,.b n a dt ,.: -nr. "ALIfter with- that of t '.: :_ -".', without retaliation, ao ,IA endeavoring on a '.* .r by i im .
<, t.,t your ,a0.,-i'n 1, .--.lobtain ,.vic'p c" |r n ,.], c,, -lr,,_.r to pretend to ". **. In reverti.g t Co .the cat raordinary id her turn toprevent the Frenchifrom n t is not h, <., c o. ,i, :.,.i '. ,i
.. -- ...)"-. .. ,n-l" c eat b rilain-ll = .L ,-~ i t
tl ,'... .i.- of .the ,. n ir ,,I : '51. -,' their revocation with r 1 to us would *.' -.:.i .- .1", ,' .. that has .-,. the advantages which she is in eat r ain .'.. .. i, inter-
j seen. )o I_..: t' j, .^ ,, ', ,-*." som thing m ore ar ,* ... 1. : j ;, 1. rI t i-a. -mi -a f lly deprived ? es t, as .,, .. :,, t, ,, ... which is mi -.-
t ,, 1, t',.i.. kng-ist last, the D ukI than n.. .. r cr ,i,, : seem i,, :, .. s ,- .. t,,. evidence 1 ..1;---.'.;,t r alreadyy the situation volveli ,, .,,. ,, u ,. ,: :re .:
f f *, --ru :-d l t" Gen. Armstrong VVithmuch res ec, k. there is that.the lawless and unbounded in which theq ,esti-oa te-Ekt-.- .e ck.,e bck:: : -1 ,1 1 ,-s. ..i. !., lr.,
tht : se creekss I ere I ti. I J^'N USEL amition of the ruler at France has been May 18G6, rests according to the views of 1,,,,,offelin.aid < :.i,,:.l 1, *,,-..
,'-. 1 r 1.. It' 5 L, the origin of it, and it cannot be a secret hismajesty's .governmentE nd thlie desire: n, r,, r ; as we '.., ;, e s t i )."'
S-they ..,. -.-.1 : c-. t.- p ',.. ,, --,T. to Ithe UritedState.s'government that his i'l ,r t Britainto conducther system of he professes m hisnew s -
irst.of Nov-.nber. Since the first of LORD WELi.ESLEY TOFra. J. s. SMITa', plan h:.been, and avowedly conntinues to blockade according to thelaws of nations ,-
n s .'i.r tII .: c I, -f.0. .. y 'J '- 1,-1.,If ., if it is m .- -;, c;.i ; r u s
N ris.: ,,,.r' th : ,'.-, .. '-- ".: t- o my F: r O.".- ..4 st l 1 I. l l be, notto .'r..I'.* at,the violation of any I w illonlv advert to it onthis ,ccasion for : .. ts '"I" : "'- tt r us
*.:.v .... -.:.; .. .. execu- Sir--uir,-' t]c .;.=. (.l rnv y I-st letter,I law, Wro\ide he can thereby overthrow thepurpose of taking the liberty cf ac osumit to the loctlrne ,l .t lp has a
ted to th.-.: 1 f .' ,,., *,,,,,;.- i ,v. ,- IIhonor.to inform you, that-Ihave the mariim power of : 1,.L- ,.1 Is it ,** .'.- 1- ,r, o you ei very great peas lright.to com pe t hewhoe c...ler.t t -
,:-, a r; .,', Inr t ., ,n O l ..r-.- ,*i letter from M r. Foster 1,, n 't "- i ;'... :,: f sonabie in Great Britain ', l ..L-1' 'ltrom the highly hbonorabb .iT :-*l intercourse \: .. :%i i .h l-
contraryy, : ... .1,,, n, -,,,,,,,'e \ ,t N n,:.-:l. rin .1w.. ,.bv whicl, r distrust anr ,.,.i.:,i .,-.,:ri ,:.,k ,:i-hs m ark of respect which you have take b.. ,-q .-.s vessels belongig to I ..uiai
t 1"hrithinnh g.. s.ut n. l, .- : .1 r" hti '-S ddenly gien up any part of a the occasion to express f..,r the illustrious nations upon the .sole s le- .,- .1 C "ir'1 ..
.'.,, 1 i i h. ...... I ,:, ,.t -.p .rs lh ,t ...d ,,:[uall cOm en- .rstem which'he 'thought .calculated to L..,. -n, i,., ,L. ,= councils that meas- ing visited an 1rT sh p. rl, o ,, f i,...
-_- ', ..I c ," ", V Ir ,_' '. r :. ,2". ,lI C,.t.,n1: .'.t .I : .c in...,- l o du ,once;s(ch an effect? YVou say, oi wev- *.e ur,..,,: .. beinp, lad n -tith, ar .: or British or
liberated in Decemb vla-t andher car- rn .. _L ,. .1 ,., ,'* :,,.cling the Bit- r, tatthe decrees of Berlin and Milan lInceed not repeat to you. sir, what sin- i reduce in h oever
S.- .. i ,..., -A .LA ril. This vess,3 lhad i ),',--r in I C .,, ,.,|' His dispatches are.revoked. America, as not l.....; at cere st;th ct.r it would give ... colonyal pro',uc, incwhatsoevre ":
Ir L.$-"L -:" '-*.' -by io0EngTisharidre- 6 t,.,,.,ii r t,'euip E; n s of lt'. n .i- .var.and therefore notseeini sone',rlv in- outth..- ;1 .ftheese tialrightsand acq uired.
tnken from them ; but as this circrum- ation have not yet reached ;: : L '..'-,' to "he views ofl France, may be less s*vi- interests of Great Britain, a! the pointsin This pretension, however, is but a
S-. s not iassi''l re T he cause these circumstances I have transmitted pnlous as to the evidence .. discussion between our two countries coui part cf that system .the wholeof which.
,. "',: I, i ... ..lth.s pr.-,. v, it:., i,, a copy of your ltter, together with its prove the fact :- but, s;r, it-.,,_..iY c ,i.. be-finally adlni,. erl. under our construction ofthe letter- f
not to be p-esumedto. have operated a- enclosure, to Mr. Foster, in order that he expected that Great Britain, who is I have t'., -,nor to be, Scntending for every thing that is dear to AUG. J. iT : roborated by manyi .t...,ii. ,,, j-.
!:k= -i, '. ''those.docuillents may'receive full IST- '072 eted gfoLveythngtatisd art
7. .... 1' her, should not require more proof ln a ToTt11t 7. JmesAonrAe,- c. tions ofthe French r.,n,% :. r, ,,IIr
,: ,r specit reason may he. su- eration inthe progress of the discussion pointt so material to her. It is undoubtedly .- invalidated by.any unequivncai :l,;',a.
pose for thereIease oe the Gl:ane Ann now n w -Ir .i,,;- in America. a very desirable thing for the U. States to MR. :roNROS TO niR. FOSTR, tion oftacontrary tenor, must be .:s*'
,ren, that ofthe New, Orleans Packet -,,,.,. W1LL':S.L1". have a free and unrestricted trade with .Depariment of Stae, Oct. 29, 1811, ered as still in full for e
ont have -sahid from the revocation ,--. both belligerents, but the essential secu- Sir--I have had the honor to receive iTn the communicaten i.l. h. ou '
-i',- Frcenich Elicts, MTI. osTE TO MR. ,NONIOE rity and most important interests ycu, lettcrofthe-22ndof.thisTOontih.rid m a' t
-a n, N.w Orleans Packet had been, i .,' ..:.. Oct. 2J?, 1811.' of America are not involved in the ques- 0,.1n111*.. .1 me, l im l tp
'1 I bytwo -.liL vessvis of Wvar, Thanl the h-norto receive your letter tCon, as are those ofGreat Britain. France tolay it before the President. repeat that I tvas unable to <',:.: ..-r any
n. r! -n on tim t an .1;-, of che 17ih instant, .togetlier with its three has levelled a blow which she hopes wi Tll : "., r .: '.- : whc h you have gven facts which satisfactorily pove tht .
.s es u.. ~ood r e d 'a- epclhsures on the road between Ialtimore prove, deadly to the resources of Great f ) ItI- 1 -i..-ii,' to recipcprocate, .in i:,,i.'ecS had c'a. .a:. i.:. .rIrepealed, s
^ ';.' '."O ., '.' **, dou ly t s re i a- .ad .ity I had that of ,,; at Britair, and before the British govern- communications on the important sub- I have already repeatedly .'.:,d ih^ rea-
ggainst ,.he decree of MVlilan. On arriv- te ..,.. rie yvourletter dated October ment can with safety give up the meas- jects depending between our -"L.r,,- -, **;. tooprobably l.d to thr r.
ing at Bordaux, she wasi.n fact seized by in answer to ;r nre of the 261i.h lof last ures of defence in consequence adopted by ments, the respectful attention thich t,,.,a n ,t a few of thei o.. n ".
the Directob ofthe Custin.ms, and these them, very strong proofI must exist of the each hes a light toclaim, and that no de- takenin .i.,t,::.-c, of the Be-linand :.-
very :r.-r sessions :,.:-_lI assigned Notiaq*r 1,-, .: -1 '.. ,,. cessation by France-of .;r n..., .1 and n parure from it was intended in ycur let-. lan .c i after No I Mr.
.Ias Ii C ill-. of s'ez rI, l..n I was m ajesty' ... .T, r," -I l '., ,, i.- t,r-,r o T,, ,T.. r,, .teroftbe 6t un 'rr eivef do .s t semto d ta t th decrees
s~imc5pts eptte ffI e. *0v*. e si tescedtdsp tr hethJuly, has been rteeived dOLs 11,t sCenmtoceniy that thle de crets
informed o-f this precipitate act of hf e i eceived ,-,n:,:..,,I .', ,',.-,- ,, .,- I confess, sir, with the slncerest, dis-o- "
,,;. at 1rl:J,':, I remonstrated a- cation from Paris in regard to the suppos- sition to discover on the part of the ruler with the satisfaction die the frank art may still be kept in ....-c oTIy he thinks
S.:i i,.on the sole ground that, the rl- ed repeal of te< Frernich de. res,' wivch of i -*'.,. a return to the long establish- .,'11 pi:' i spirit in l,.<. it; was they have assumed a municipal charack
cr, u-!er^ wh;-ch it was made, hadt the charge d'ea'-,ires of the United States ed practice of warfare as exercised xin se,!-. ter ; but in M. Chinnp or-'s declara-
rr,3 ~if a ae ad Lter I; butt tintoyoutha he ih.iizd "" : "'" ela
,. at Londou has intimated to ynu that he civilized Europe, I have been unille to I learn, however, wvith mi,1. i -,'. ;-In, ambiguous :,- ....I there is no
bee.n i ." '!'i;s remobstrance -was understood thbentarq.uis Wellesleyifitend- succeed ; and if-the Fi er,,..-' i.:,,, t.,.: it tht you have received no `rin, n.,- ich divisori oftherr into two 'nl f.itnr
heard ., I,':h pI- pcedings against ed to transmit t mn.e, and which I con- hadreally meant to li.li i. it-.., ... from oer- government founded on the ,.,r ,* : for il,.h-,-,, v reir
the New O;leans Packet were arrested, elude is the sime as that contained in the noxic,. ,,r.. : it i inconceivable new roftt the revocation of the er- by th French Mit t Ic er
wnid on the. i ,.,-Jannar, bolt thd ves- leiterof ..r R,, .: i. the A nmerican charge why, in:1.: ,.I f ,,,.,. teir intention tin ad Milan decrees, which was com- the- Berhln and 1ilan decrees .ere to
saiand carg-;Were ord:.red to be placed d'affatires in Fiauce. I aarn however in to be p, I .,.t hI r,, .;,,Y r..,l, they should nh/ ad M, wct.etad sn ecrees wre to
at thi-dispcsition of the owners on giv. daily expectation of 'his Majesty's packet not openly and in plain language have de- nnicated to theM.,,"I,', of We esley cease according to his expression with-
i 'bgniid Thi:.'i 1..I has :-ir,.:c been boat, when it will in al probi-iblity reach cl irr.,-1 -,-the decrees themselves hav- by the American charge des l'fi ;r.- at out any qualification. If therefore a
cnceileSd by an order oftlie government me, and.when, if I should receive any i-,. .-I..:n clearly enough announced on Londonin a document of which I had part of them remain or be revivedagain,
andthu- td e I-,:a n o -.r of the prorn ertn, fresh instructions in colSequence,. I will thtir enactment,why should not their rev- the honor to transmit to ycu a copy. It as seems to be allowed even here, vhy
S l -r O1 ot fail immediately to acquaint you. In ocation be e.,,-,ll .....-.it might fairly have been presumed, as I may rot t]he whole be equallyso ? Where
pei'ect.. d. !... : ,.. Orleans t ..e,.t the mean while, however, l beg you will While, however,numerous de.larn.tions have before observed, that. the evidence proofeanbe obtained of their existence
.hs ben so metie waiting a-.ithe Ga- permit mie to make some remarks min re- have been made ol the part of France of afforded by that document, of the corn- we have it, rnmelv, in the rts ce
ronae, with her return carto on board p ,,,.,, :,,r lt;.ter of October 1, being ti.. c,:-.r,. -,.'11. cr,-c, ...t, ,e decrees nd p ledl ere vcctftion ofthose decries, so far: .-h, c e l v s 1 r s
.for an opportunity only of escaping I1-e ,, r...:i, anxiou-i todfalway the impres- c-..-.r n. ..i.:,,, u't. m .Tneutral shps the i, terred wih the commerce oftI' ti- I'iz u d veels th e been a-
E'glish 0-ders in Council. I son which you seem to have received rel- have occurred, a few of the America, 'i, .seized under their operation
1 k owv ofno other Americanvc I-. active to the dern:ind I had made for the vessels seized since November 1, bave Upied States with the Bvitish dominions since .Nove 1ber 1. Of their maritime
ri, ,-, i,--. ht the Empire oflrance repeal of the non-importation act of the been restored, and the foregoing, a1 very would have been followed by sn immedic- existence -we cannot so easily obtain ev-
or the king-don of italy, since the first pr:sen"t year. small part of his plunder, is desired b. : te -pedl cf the orders in council. idence, because of the few French
ofN ei '- t,. t eerees of It is, 1 assure you, sir, with very great Bonaparte to be considered as.a proof of From the reply ot the Marquis of We]- ships of war which venture to leave
of N'.e a'ecrees of ,regi-et, that I find you consider that de- the sincerity of his reotocution by Ameri- lesley, it was at Icast to have been expect- their harbors. Who cin doubt -,..-
..B..i,11,a .: ,'r I mand as involving in any degree proppsi- ca; but it tnustbe recollected, that be- ed that no time had beenlost in transmit- ever but that had the rlr, of Vran, f
I a'm, sir,1 ,. r,.':p... ill' your.obe- tions ".:,:r ., -d,* i '.-. : c our ,1.-.'-u.-h sides the object of ruining the.IB itish re- ting that document to vou, & that the in- u e n od rance
dieUervat, a idea.certainlyi never existed with his sources by his own unauthorized regula- se a navy at his conamand equal to the
.Sien.d) JONA. RUSSEL. majesty's goenment, nor would it be tionshehas also that of endeavoiin to lion ccompnit t .ouldhav enforcing of his violent, decrees, he
J.. S. .. ., (s". :-C' l des 'aires. ..3, ,, ,,. with the friendly seatimlents ,'*o;- the aid of the United States for'the manifested a change in the sentiments of wculd soon show that part of them to
\. ~. ~ ', ,-.- ..-'., them for the United States, .. n.,: purpose; and ierein you will, as 1 your government on the subject. The be no dead letter. The principle is
.. I.. SEL TO IIP S-ITH neither CQuhd i have suffered myself to be had the honor to remark in" a fornwr let- regret therefore cannot but be increased not the lessobnexious because it is from
Pi. s, 14.Th JT S, 1t the channelof conveyitnga demand.which ter, be able to observe the cause of the in finding that the communication which necessity almost dormant for the mo-
_, ., J.; i,%"s 14. July i8 I. thought nid such a tendency; Howev,- apparecntIy contradictory language held I bad the honor to make to you, has not menert-nor sought it therefoi' to be l, s^
Siru-dI hah the fonond to address to -s ou it ,,tho ewht tu demand made on the both by himself and his iniihsters. e ve had the h tmeto yu, has nor et oohittefoeto less
on the 5th inst. -a bri el account of the park of G. lr tnin, 1 can sate'y say that it I shall be .extremely happy to receive efforts to vindicate the perseverance of "A 1v te si ',ereeos e
Grace Ann G'een, and of tie New Or- was made in conseqnenceots of .is .., .-.. from you, sir, the information that in t i r government in enforcing those or- cere-regret that v n
i.)ans Pack't. Tie pra)f which thesa ti his majesty's government on strong e- frank and unambignous manner the Chief bu r f t or o r that a n a y" been .-
.r .^>-n- esech,]lv the .a.ter,^ ot~fht, -en,.e thai.- the chic-for the French nation of the French government had ve- d ,, lJOCT e .w?1cmo
cep.. .uorn,;s itnis b an coufl- nd'real~ v deceied America as to dhe i yoked llis i-'so /hv he shouId.otio I regret alsotoobserve, that the light consider the strongest evidence, of the
"nopp c d I repeal of his decree, and in the hopes so is inexplicable, if he means to re-ort to in which you have viewed this document, continued existence of the French de-
u.a c,'cumstance, to be considered as tht the I. States government would the ordinary rules of war; but whi!e he and the remarks which you have made crpiesand cJ -..,,,-l. of,.the unfriendly
,,,-.clusive of, he relocation of the French the eore see te justice of i. [.1, ', t;, exercises such despotic sway wherever his on the subject generally, seem to pre- nonicyp of'tati. gai.slt *s ando kenr> t.
.e.-t, *,vhich, if conti, nu in.u.rce, onrtry of iis former footing at amcable iiuenoe extends, to ruin the resources of elude any other view of the conditions on hie trade wioh ag e s, tis opnin
'-, ,. ,cas wouid':mve been lble. in -relat-ions v. ith Ecngland, nothing appear- Englhnd,it cannot be expected that Great which those orders are to be revoked, hightne se l oI r a m c in learn ws h
.d.;,o hw.vever, to their .existence, l ing to be more nattal tnn such an ex- Britaia shall not use the means she pus. then those that were furnished by your, unfeined sorarowtt snch v cortu .ta
arve -.' s'i ctn to communi- pectation, which seemed a necessary con- sesses for the purpose of makmg hif feel former communications,., You still ad- be stilthe determination of America had
: ;' Good Intent and th Star, Amerca to rnaiftain her neutrajity, a). is every reason to belief, that e log !ere to the pretension that the produc- whatever restricti-ns on the commerce
:...i. v^sis captured since esirnble in :-,,h" (,v ^ovemb'r and brought into cannot indf ed bring nmyslf to think, sir, ain vill be such as h're'sby t0 p.,,duce when neutralized, must be admitted into "nlonsnay ensne on the parl of 3reac
,,. o ,at .d .ts c dlat your candor vould allow yon, on any a change which -vill plac. 'conc.ee on the ports of your enemies. This preten- your government to admo the pr'dnefto.l
-. o. dou -e1 n bl .to hv cousueratio.u, tont ay other con. true- ; its former basis. In the. men, tw::. sir, sion, however vague the language hereto- "f G. B. hlt'hto
..:::,. 'oothmt h..o_.u.t be t etat argumentsha I ho yu wi.no think, it cz ,'..ma for'he1Id by your gr -".,,nr prticu-t of G, B. hisjethy 'soen the y hr st
........ .: I am persuaded, be ado :ed with- 'sncer"








pain, ana. 'with piloisura ,-: I;.,-uis,:,'I which he said had in some instances ris- civil cessesr. !'p.: :nithe Courts of the ..h.e.- w.r---v... .- -= selves mcrre bv such acts of injustice, than'
whenaeverth' colatr shall r.snme her c-, ihh rs-.i 1 p-.. centage of owe lilth of United States, which was twice read and .-- -- d aTlW- '-.1 they c'in pui-l.1) irjijuieus.
neutral position rnd imi ,rLI .1 mr .le be- :e rnorii.:v al .rc.-- I to them by the gov- committed. ,.. -i A 1 i.'1 1 i *
teen the t'vo i.li; ; *i.:.,. i nmn.-ne r i thi pi:cihise of slops, L-c. The order of the day 1,'i,-.: called f .. ... *";. fo ...: Whenever any .r.-, subject has in-
I have the honor tobe, with the greatest vThich p:r ce,, iv-... as appeared by a on the unfinished business of yesterday, C lt..1 or ir l! : i-~ i T.,redl the .~r'tri.-.i I n-
cnnsideration and respect, sir, your most .etter Ir:.m the pi --ent secretary of the 'which wasa Iesolution for instructir g the COI.NCOR, 18CL B.E.-, t ,.-r its government, promotion has in-
obedient humble servant, navy. was notcharged to the government, committee of Commerce and Manuic ', i t-n b riut .t him as a reward.
AUG. J. FOSTER. but to the'seamen who o'. ,imed rh.e .r- t.i:s 5'i.ji- .. i. p. ..prietyrf lay- .' .! L U' ;j .... i murk-derd an American cititent
To she -onora lcJame.sMonroe, c cles. This case, Mr. R1. observed, was -in :a -.-:.: .i,.inut.,ia ,....:l hemp, flax, AN afrric-alat Boston brings London .l ce) th;i;n ,. own u..1r,.--er-
.,.a .. -- .sufficient to shew the necessity of an en-. .. dates'tothe Sd October--Tne London ,'I, ,h it:.hunman died he was pin-.te
r -'.T ,r quiry into the expenditure of public mo- The Speaker put the, question, ;'.. ll I : .. :' an invasion by fr,m te in n,! of a frigate to t l.t .f
'L 3 i 'ji to i 'oi. -, ney. If the house could not destro;2 i'* i- Hu.-.-: n proceed, to consider ie i. ;. .*:., ere going on -..ip ,," te ,e. Admiral 2,-.. -r -
---Mammoth, the Great Beast of the t.,rest,' unlr.idiel t. Uiness of yesterday, ** : 'nst rigor .in the cheldat, at ,,rc,i ;;,.e irnt,n cu -e c. -i ii. .het-
.HOJU. 0 A .' ,?,' 1. .11 i ,'E, he hopr. l th y would at least poi.-- the. which '.- 1c. l in the negative with- -'. .-, ... ; at the latter ,,,i -.. u cr.i.. .r .me.-
THITTU RSDAY, NOV. 14; ts. Hel 11- 1inz.,'j ilpers.nal nr.tiies ,.. -1 I. '' .. J .r. had arrived. ,:-, ti e:,- were i. .Cvi'.-i mur.l e .
i The .i'l ,: m the corn- In ir't.ittii'- this enquiry.- .'tPf uR I'ia .IT or REPT: '.-LE.A. r -., .... .-,e Fren coast, r i,.s na *- Ii ,n v...,u ', 1 l t ,\-
mittece ... h i h l 4 :tl .- L-on's petition Th rc -,,lu.Ii- r. he t : .i --t, ,nd TATIVES. i .. i Aler..., were fI n ., di ,-i.r ..._.. ri. .,
is referr-d, viz Messrs. -New, Tr-,. referred toacomm t,' :- ',I ii,.: -r. -.. O Qnmotion-.f Itc. )Dawis., the iHouse i ..t .ct .. ri .. l: ; -, he .., .. ,, '. .. ,, ,,
aConk., -I ..i Whitehill, Wrigli'ad Mr. Daws on offered tLh. tli....;, resolved- itself ito a committee of the .. V.. i1r. ', .t : ,-i.ds had taken i..,., ,,ftheLittle .it.ld die
i\4 solution: whole, r-. Basset in t"'- cnrir,-n i Il-- .1.1 t- r 'i -'. I i. .ir, to', d ence.- 'rewri in lisi,, i 'i i he attack' I trn
,) m tion ti ?n.Ir. 'r. :-t, a..committee Resolved, That a committee ,be ap- wir .:p ', t-.,i.t the ct.. t,, -. r.- i.-'. .- ..- cabinet .-.nc. it :r- -, n,,, ,, i, he found,. t ,,_ 1
w : .[- ,: r, .'piar, and report such pointed ti -nq,tire nu th.- :.p.: J .'.:.' i ;. itn. v,- v st ate,, a .t:-: 1.. i,_ wlvich t i' .,,c : t .I .iprtesided, to take sorrow and his nati -,'. I;- c. i..i.t !,...
'I ,-r.,, as were proper making pr,,t: mn w tonr ne r.l:t ..f ,r. ...r. Ib, .. --- possession of the island of Siily in the had mistaken the -. n 'ih i-.cter',
t ')be o;servedbby this House the infirm, di- bh i ', nd 1 ap r ,, ro itr..l T ,i.. L.III t i,-. been read, the question name- of the British eovernm .nt -- It On) r.. .', 1- ,,il recollect' 2.r .r..,..
Ir. Ri.ha, from the committee ap oint- officers and soldiers. of thlu l Ji lr .-.. i ilifr.,',thei l.,k r.,,i ,. l i,: ,, w.as said that Bon parpn .- -l.-:.:-i I : .. .:.thd minister sent he-.-, to insult.
S' th e rh .,:'. reported i bi!l pmriid- tionas .I m .... of' *le present ,r '., ,. I .,'.i.. i., t : i. ,.. ... . ,.-f,the gp-vernmit of the territory of tle in: .'t-,,:s ; with- ic ,v.- report ants for each Representative, Wvhen taking possession of Demnark.- 1 he: formed the object of his ,'ili,,n By a re-
h 'ch' wastwice read aIndcomn by bill or other-wise. Ordered to lie on Mr.'Dawson observed that Ihe was in- crps of wheat in England had ,,.- ,i-.1 ,,,, _ili ],ubIi..,ti..i .,.. p.-:ceive that
[rhisbill provides a,.- in ,-' the table. Adjourned. : t-- I- the committee who directed consid rably by blight.-- .-One hundred .,- .. -,,,,,, c .,,.,.r ,iir,,,- S*
c, Ui 2,1 territorial gra-e for f.-. TUESDAY, Nov I'-. ,., i,-, i this bill, to propose the flil- and thirty Danish gun .bats had rmnade aP .. ,-... ,t .o L-ed ., irdn-
:" ..,from the cmmitt-e ;p- M r. Seiver preseIted'thle -pet,-,.., i. : lank wit the words /:, .* .i.t l. uponthe Br:` I i .* ', a- ,...r in.. r.- ro ,. rc.li a pen-
puted .r pr~, inpose, reported albill to Nathanmei ;;:,K ~,, of Roxbury, i .... it. heshould h;rasel % .ie : i : t ; t. : .,sh seven t s, l .,I.,- / j .ide ter-
t ,i .I one of the terms c 'istts ;--prayving '-.r i v tt ii'.;- rril ; the blank wito h this r,. .i -r. .1.'. -', and about thir-i, ,. ., .. ,,. u ,, t 7555 dollars;
thc f'II. ;", ,rt' M aine: Read quantity of crockery. *-. :, .i v ril,,' .l., :. w.. ', l pive th -r, ,-, the 2-i.,.i... 6. lti their" ci rewr ,e ,t ,, L f ,I,,- I It ci| se r :icesr
-.ice. '. *, i .' -.: 1 sed at Liverpol pren.-.s r,, a k| r,..... l. I .r .1 .i ,i.:, : i ,.4 1. r present '1 n '-- :. n ts i :the .. s ,,e ,. ,. tI t m r il. .,n ai ne
ir i; ,. ,e .'i adoption of the ofthe President's Pr ..-l ,i, t'*. p .-ii .ve : it would deprive Con- r, '..:,- .. ,. ,,e as tiey had .oeen tenth of the inr.,','. io s rc (; : -,.. triat
..,, : f -r N .', ,' l-- ,, a .;r,-o r., ,:,. ..jL.: (,u -, n,.. tl,: i t rn,! M ,, *..'.. i each of o e 1..--*, I T._r ir ,: u ,.. :....,,. "are p iaipers ,I re, ,,i c ..ri-h -:un. ,), .
i.,- i ,, -.tc..' .Tn,i,, T i r.n l ,ri t.,:. "' h. ber, .-i I r- i ,t tw o : he ',,ul t' I t* .t a I r p ri.. rth c-her m r.--=
Comm-n rce aR'd ManufaeCur"es be I instrnI`.- '1- I ,',;. !,-r :-I :. i .-- p. -.-. -- t I F .: i. ir r r.. filling the '..i. TIE DOCUM" tNT'S. tenths cannot pri-ur, t ir i .. h rt d-
ed to enquirer into t -I- .. 'r ofI '- number of merchants in) the -Tty .i I1.:- r -, . tiumber would not de- TIe importance attached to the public is it not matter Ct : ii-, -, th it ai mia
inw .vm:i-iin dutie .. "I .- n fn i Connectic t : i I '., rty t, ,- .- a, ...' 1 :* ..I.r,:_.:,' ..,and it documents comnmunicated for th. ,l.t L. hohado lreadl, ,l I- 'i n I-id f.r uer-
f''t- es f i x an.l i 1.r property ,,. .1..- -, nar c .t, r. ., n.!, I r. -1cc .. Lnumbe;r rational re ,. i. .. .. ... i ..,t,,i',, i l.- n "
.-' .'. --v,- .: s this res- w itih t e ....* e, i,.I r .: I., I. O- ,1. t" -'. i Our per -.L m 11 .. ii*: ', I ., i llt it, 1 ,. t i n ., E v,,_.
1 o r;,)" ,.. .1 ... 1 ~,y g of an a idIi- above. O r I _. t,. -. ai.,.htwvur ie hoped the less ,t;irc. 'a tir. ,i; r. '. i i c.n ,i: 'i. I,. r.ied ,.,i.
ti, nl -ai re 'y ai express ruled of .. 1 ..'I for thie reir r.l--I. : I..:i ..-i 40,000, He continue to iil- l our readers i .' i .t .., at such an act.
t!h c v e I r d) lie c.,, I .. l. r la third 1",. .. p i.. r i.. nr ith 33j,300, winch UJ .- I. .- e I I..: r.. com plet' '
,, 1 T .Al ,. i .. i ,., .. 1 I i ', re equal justice preIsent v .- ,. i .. ,I ", n,,., t e .,- .-iit rTs m :-.' '
r.... .: '.'. I. ,-,'".-"; 1 .L-', .r.'', i'I i.; r ... n .i' o;her nuilm ber, s.on ,, tI- il a n l, and ti ,i, kie, M r. 1.1 Ji'-. n 1 i.ok the'Brit-
1 CI'-' ,"- p, tI wouldIlave lCishatonI autbers,-l -i-- on the occupation of tie lish I ".e. at its word, 'id "nei-
onl th table: nire into ihe -xpe -.:, i :; I.,' I r'"- ..- .... wo rnambers to ,,i -l' ..c .I 11 t t1 ltil r L. iS of
1 d"v.s 'o :, T T,. "1 *\ .,- .-: >0 1'-l, c '- 'J., .,i s nii ,d '. .. i .1 i ,'.'" t,,e I. 1. .. .1 : .. great- t i -. -,,., t .L:'. ',' t',.: l ritish- rr,,,- i .: .,r-,,,,t. I'l, f,_, ,:ralbi then l ,d
S ,. I I .'. ,'. ,. ,. .. . .. '." 3 .... -.- f ,, :, ... .ha .. .. it ordeal, l n ( lt, ,ti n i l;,n ; h e n 't .: -nent i- but
..-, i tI t ex edie c" ateI lived itself into a comri t- i t ... .. .. .. i. :. o1 i.: e <, *. ,, the chari .-'Ir ,,,,. r.I ll, ', .i .. ,.Iv ,|di-av ed, thel ar-
h, u r t h r (Mr. Nelson i -the ie tbs[Ious : 1 it he i ., i, ,- quivocal, prev-.rc i.ir i, 1 .ri I li'h ri rimeni ir
i, r. i .. .:-. : .. ch ir)n b.. t r i .i .. .... ..- ,ir.,-',ould > .1' .-.- c .,.,, ..,: ... ii. ous.,: ...i ., -'.,,' : l-.. rit-D C ,d,ii r. l D '- ,- C ,d.
,,- -" ., ,, r. ., .. I i e.t ot ,.I ,ii --- .\ -' :I.. -I, ,.r it*i L '. i i .i.. ". : t ,o .t i r i [...l, r t i t i precise grow l'., inl. ,I e tt i t.C e i n th Je -,
01 ci eres into f. L'.; .:, .'ith 1'"1-1. t .- I.:.h .1.1i. :. I t '.. -'' '. the blank at con, the very ..angutage of Foster nf1.t" .. I- r ,,-- ,no ,hi .i 1 aith, t | -
S r .. .i i r- '. I have been borrowed -..rn the e.-i.ll.i ,.n I i ,,r.n 2 en .tI,.Emerit o ti,,s
C '. FACTUR S. --.,1 c,., i. i i l T II ,- 'en tal. ,.n r, 'i. .. of the anglo-fedeFral factio in tin c. r l i ri ,, .- li:ii:-

1 I ** c .1 i. r i O 1. i chose m eagr: i? .usi : t it sihr. -. I ei. ,,,. -,-, [ ,i ,, l. | iC t i ,.il), i, i-)
t ,' .. -, I ,,.-.r. ,i -- i.ent ..-. M l-i i I i'- TIre Xe s andNa ays were then taken e n justice t i- .are inexwusat i r ...,, ,., -,.,, a,,,e iit:: I Pr .-.icr..
b.' ..*, .' V ., .Ii iu er sidt .' ., : I I -i .:... i ." ..*.- 1.1 wt. 37,000, aud carried, hn ver have been thought of, ha. i t t ,' ,1,.,, -,, i: .r s.li N,,w ,
S.. n I .- [ .; ;, i. ll.. 1 ritish .fiactiorn i i' :.i I 1 ,,i ii ., ,; i, h .. .I the tr ... '
S. c t.l,:,:--d,ui, r.:i coimeiiti i 0 -i -.1 progress -, i, ---M rss. .1. *, A 'i .' -., h.W e invite atl c in l .1. ,l i- i.. ii I, r '.t B lt.In : -irn ,
n.;.ion, the .-rrds- 'n and the ..t.n,n," asked- leave t:- .. ,;. i:,.which was.grant- Arener, Avery,l.,con, i,..c1, Bartlett, the whole correspondence : if the ti in e have ony the: word of the Brh-h.
., ... t -m..cr. ed. I'-:tt.! 1, ,leeck,BlountBreck- told by Mr.Monroewhich the l,,.h pe ministerfor it. To be consistent, must
1. r,, i, i -..., t t d r -r iy, CrV. *i:r enrrir ,-. h i i,... ; ,., Burwell, Iut- ,' -. '.- ,i.,, ,-,.,ld rii t ... ,t .rT.. aand the de" ,l.r ; t.l,;- .. il- at.i ntn-.n
.i .: .. ,, l.ri u.r i _-. T h.[ :.. T, ,. .lI. n,.,, r-.' ,, 0.i rr '. ,. t ,,.. C laiy, CLoptou i h, '.-, ,e ,-" 1r,, w. i .I i_, ,. have is leal and ',..n r.l e, ,.r u,,'. t they is.- ar
.;,I ,,;', ; ; i::ur.., I, ti .... n, c.rr c.rr. i.. .. ,r -:. .. .. i. ..,'. .., .. r i ,i "co ta rt, D)avis, studiciuslyj .-. l ...- I-,. .1., per- it is all a hum ? .
S,, ,_ ,' aI e ,,-Ied.the.1- ,-fl, ,.-,, ,. '*.. r1,.-l... l .nt D .,1 ., I.',,.L ly, .moitt, Fi-ad- vested, .', ,,,-.r .-,, ,,, C,,n ,,f a1.. ,,. .I ......... i -,
a *,r,p .A, .,> '-., ,- ,,' i .r, ...c.l s, .ssrs.D .' '" '- 1. ,I I. 1 l r..'. ^,, -.. td ,G -ood- partia.l ,n r ru .l 1.. ...,l, l ,th ,n r,,? ,, .\ r,' : /- ..; ',.",. :.,...... ,',' s ce-
uchide ill:'-. -'' ,.,, : r.- .i '.t count:o hil ''.'.--. _a^ t w,,i, rs.".:.. i 't ,- y 7" '. I' .. .. r awes, govert.'ili,t,, .lrIr li..he .ek .. ,,lt t ., subscribers to the" CO G ,LS-
11- ho r 'l. -. -Imotro ,,.'. ,it I ,, ai h.-wh. tr 1i,, ,., I Is tII. Jackson, l ',. tho r r_.. tV, t'.I. .e l l ,l ,i L REPORT ."' are requested
the table ., vs .; suc 1 a Mr. Pr i- i '. -ct. 1 a bill f-r a t: Kent. K '. t.:-. L ... ,I ',** Lefever, down that no truth wiul convince theim. to .return their name m, '^."*. ;-, .
1] ," :i .,,. ,' ;:-.h. [. :: ,,. '.. ..... the ,, .. i... ,' t e ,r,,, ,1 'ew l, ... t... n, L ... w,. ,yle, M a- I diately-I 'as; if a ,.,"L ..-eA" f .......- ,r :
It -' Fi ,, '.-1, .. r- .r es ii j,, arT I an 0 M 'r,,.., ', .'. tBryde, M 'F'"e", Richard Rush,lEsq. o.I Ph .,.I' phi..,. .- i .,i u.ia ear, it i, c'...*a'..7 : .';
..... .... -t i,, ..,e i ,,,,- ., ist ",.l ..1 -.- ," ,0. It.. t,-. '.* n l I' o. -....'. I bien appointed Comptroller ofthe Tri-eas- cetommeince that work.
hatv i ,, ... ,-., 'i e : Il..: I ... .and i ,Morrow, Meseley, Nelson, New, New- ury,il the pl'ice of Gabrie. Duval, ap: DJtc. 3. :
of ., : .' .. 1. 1- i .. der-off" t ..- to-morrow bold, Neston, Or:nrsby, Pickens, Piiper, p.mited Judge. :,
o-h t I r- "1 ..' '. 'I I L I ,, .

!'l.." ,1 ... ... : ,. 1. Jexteri -- '._ 1 the p :. i -ri, in, Pleasants,Pond,,Potter, t andolpii, -.. 1"., .... .. '-of the .1.' :' a .5 ..:-.., '-
,,. ..1 ,. ..... r '-." '-. i.i.,. i ,' t' LI. ',,,n, ', '. .. 'i',' i', '. o.Cane, Koberts, Rodman, Sage, m. M Richardson, Esq.. has been vertis'd on the f.rst /.s '...:. ;
-3.l '- i ;. t *. i to i.. .:.,- ,;If ^ .n ,. oin, Sevit', Simn lie, G. Smith, J. chosen representative :to Congress, in een noticed as a nine :'... c ', '. M .r.
Them ,. -. ,h- ..-..,.osition -.'I : ,, Ti I .' > e T,.v be .in.u. .a:i ittit., .o iford, ",... Sturgcs, Tall place of GcnVarnum, appointed tianator. stead oftwo o'clock P. 1A. Th member.
on.the tabte wa'- .. : 1 t t. a statL ,cV., ,. Union-ordered to lie oh radge, '.Ill:-an, Tracy, Troup, '.rner, i 'ovrn -. accor,.il..y. -
S.',l ,. ... .- he tahlo and to b,- printed. V .1 i r ,,...i ,, \Viht. ,ill. Cens s' of thie U. $. rhe grand total -,, ". a or i. .
MrIr s.1I .... I therer Mr.Li Little pr .. i. nc.tition of ths "vi t, WidOery, Wilsonand 'i mrn,-- I inhabitants in the United Statesta and Sa,, of REAL ESTATE in BoW.
,, ,,; ... : .: :' thain the socit r.l : ,.,-. from Balti- 102. e itories, as published y authority, is Y virtue of a License from the Supe-
,.., ( / n.: .., s ., and yet M, covered general meeting. 1, hon, .,903 rio r Court of Judicature, will be
-l',-' .. it.. *. s- a 1. 1i1 Fdu ir g het: !I-dditiona provision. ... . sold at ubicVendu to the i... b.id
a ,. .. .. i i.iurict Cxe tiot tile law.' 3, ,-... : Ii:l ", 'tI" Jmes WV mth"op of ,.,-'n'. ter, at tie h 'ise of Daniel I'. r, i.r
--r, 'i o, i-u law: ,'- -. l ,pp ishin t- ete .i ..i .ineg oes b. e 'u, '-'.. ", 1- -"~, .. .! ,," has been appointed M arshl, < l t, B6w, on W e',. ..' the 19th dav of le
ni 'c, I 'i-ct '. l. ..... .r. i'rr .. thV crmittue o1 comm ce- van, an .-i chsIetts, in place of James Prir-e, E.sq. cemure next, the followirag di ,ei '--
... .a-1- 1 11 :,-tt=o. Mr. Dacoscnm Ioed to fill the other .. ,, ], ,.i .ied. ..
... :.. ..1 u 1. : a r.. ; : a F., in tha biU as follow w s :- N e w ,,;p h M '1 : ,: 1. E q has .cen 1 I o
.i,',.' 'i I, Iin 'p 1 M r. D sn mv e T oJ f ill tafCGothert 1. .t .- ;, :,,:',.Es. I rao t n -nt abou 5 a re
in tlbilSasfllos'IaI: sq i.een ",' ,-, oodlantd, being prt 1f Lot No. 8 iic
. .-;'*, ,,". ... ',,., : ppointment of a committee. .' 'I "i .re. frye nembers ;-M assaaclau- *. -o. I a" .ll. 1'--f -..* r he 14th Rage, adjoining CCapt. W illiarn
Ithe I t. .0d; .0iic., 'ic v Viin kn g ,t ,., .
"ie.. .i. .,I li -. t. .'. i t, .' the esp diency of making ., l. -. Vetont five, Rhode-st- Cross, deceased. W a rlker's homnestead-also, about one
. I '. e s .. Ill. :I. r'. Iiun of. '1 .* ."' e e ,4 N -. I ,I .. ap r : ,,, \. ,I lr t,...1 called com -
t.., :. li I .. .. '. ... ".. -.. : .or committed '- 1 ... x ',. THEi iMBildRGO. i. iar, ,in, the northeast side of
.. u:. -,- -, 1 ,. ~ .., '..- 1 N one,.':'. l., 1 At the. time the pressure of the E ar, said lot No. 8, and said Daniel Parker's
.i,,.t. li .: ,1 :, ,c -. i ..' before the c ..*-i ... the ,. .1. w&T,,e, o tl-t **. n i' Carc- gow as felt in our countryi-rather had fa.mn. Conditions ofsale will be made
o. IL.... ,-, ... .-. ... ,i.,-, t, eshicihwas aapted. t i"", ooNth e "inOrmnine, Ge oga ., ',' .. F,,.d ,l by known at tIhe time and place above mea-
u.s. I 'it 12 o'c'.ck,M r. Nii.-.,i *,;- r K i -:1.' > tg,.Ohio six and Teanes- -.m,, -..'- -, i'.-i l:it, t in.. i:,.ti ..-,'ni- .l Eu- tinned.
,** /::- -. Committee be ap --i, observed, thatasthe n-liOi 1. 1 "' "or''d to, -U e n rs -'. ...ln i.-, ci- ....i., i .' Em-'-. :WILLIAM ROBERTSON.
n.,ii ... .... .... i ..... dAie'.Bar ,t- ,,.,;-, respectfully invited to attend the i.1 11 w-T ordered to oe engrossed bargo-at that time, we were sanguine in Nov. 19, 1811. 4
t' Iiargo-tat ttiew esanguinre i No.- 19, 1811. .- 4I
n,. '. i .' .. :. ,- i. exh-i-ition oftht ; Columbian i .-.ii for'.a t' iN ,- -ding. the opinion, that, one day, this nation
ti ., .... ., li ..'. r. at Society" at Georgetown, this day, at -,---- -- would have cause to bless ni I our t ,, ,;,. Reward
L.,L r. '. '. .. T ,; ,: -'ii .-i. atnd '- ;: '.1 I i m. -.i th i tie I .t B \i ul 1']L. 'I .\IL rulers for : .i,, thi at h law. \\ liit lth,.'ugl .- '.P D I ._m me the subscriber, a.
..n :: rt e '. to report '.--i -i- ne i:.u:..:.-..:-.. rd. '. ,, i, ..- .- the mad t ,- :lii.ris or, the British party person by the name o.t iCHu-N .'
S r .. 1. ... T, House ad. .- M &.'JA' prevented that measure h:, -. i iandtnd- GILL WOOD, then a .r-c.ir, fr..,n
.j .. .. 'I .. I USDA -. 21.- An arrival in Philadelphia from Cadiz ed effect in bt ,., ... C-,'t.ib3i 1n 1. a. GeorgeGreen's in Rumnevy in the coun-


S L n..:,' 'p', NOV: 18.
Mr, Sevbcrt presented ",* "-'., ,n ',v
certain Shot '.M:nufactur c : -.' ,. -1 -.!i
phia, p. that arn -.'I r ,.,- '!ur,
inmay '-.- I Shot. Referre-d'to the
committee on Co;hmerce and > n.i,.I.,--
ture?. '
i1Mr. '! -:'; I pr'(nTe i --ptitcn from
:. -. ... -,- 'N '" -
'! i-I,, ', to e a I I- ,_ i'. l -11
WV est-India Isl:md'IJs, i "' i' I '.
due himi- RefterreA to the contmilitee of
Commnierce and Manufactulres. ,
Mr, Seybert presented .l -i '.. c.F
John Steele, colilctcr of .C I itlia-
delphia, : _I ''" compensation
for his sirrices. IRetcf-rreto tie commit-
tee of ways arnd means:
-Mrt. Ritea called for the consideration
f; his resolu'inn for inquiring iinto the ex-
pedjieIcy of laying an a.'lditional duty or-
.for otherwise encourE di.' 01 coarse man-
ufactures of hemp, fiax and cotton. Or-
dere l- i. lie on the table.
Oa -otion of Mr. Randolph the house.
took uip the resolution laid on~lhe table bi
him last week, for the appointment of a
committee to inquire whether the monies
drawn from t'ie treasury since the third-
of March, 1301, have been faithfully ap-
plied to the obj-ects for which they were
Approplrted, and whether the same hav-
bet-n regularly _accouiierd for-.
Mr. Raandolph explained at some length
the object he had in view in proposing
this resoiuitine. He said that a similar
enquirvy had been instituted at the close of
MA'. Adams' administration. He refer-
r-d particularly in hi remarks to the
-eincthunentr,. (of Pursurs in the navy,


luir. JDawso0, lrorn tle coldmittee ,ap:-1
poi -ted on the -. .. i ..: ,I r. .rt.
;I h-,I f.'-i ir ,[ .. ",,'.1ii- i rof' epresent-
a'. Pi .. r' i ratess according
tTo '.- .,i-. ,.,.T,,-, vWhichl was 'read a1
',. -i '.,r: and committed.
Mr. Lewis presented the petition of
Widow IlIodtgdon. praving for compensa-
tion for a hotuseq, which was destroyed by
fire, occupied by the government as the
\Var'r i ... -- ki f. :ied to the committee
of Claims.
M: r.Scvhcv'.,from the committee of Re-
jisal antil Unfinished business, made a re-
%ort in part which was ordered to be
printed.
On motion of Mr. Rhea these House took
up for consideration, the resolution which'
he had submrnitted some days ago, propos-
in,, -., ii-.i .:i, the committee of Commerce
and Manutfactures to'enquire into the ex-'
pediency of laying an- additional duty on
course manufactures of hemp, flax and..
uolton.
This resolution produced along d.esulto-
ry debate which occupied the House the
.'hole of the day, without coming to any
decision upon it.
FRIDAY, NOV. 22.
Mr. Poindexter from the committee, to
which the auibjzct was referred, reported
a bill for the relief of-Jbs,:ph H. Webb,
which was twice read and committed,
Mr. Lewis, from a committee, reported
i hill feot tihe iel'ef of Autfrony Cruise,
which was twice read and committed.
Several petitions of a private nature
were presented and referred.
A bill *-- 1... i'--1, providing for the
more c:rnticni;:: .,11i:g of affidavits in[


has brouglit accounts to thte -140h october. sense o justice and to re-. .- r i i.. :
1 i. t i:.g. then continued as usual. W e what though the moti'e '. IE t I- a, ... i -
have in the Cadiz papers the official ac- tration in I .i T l that law were pertert
countofthe defeatof the French GEneral ed.i what though our rulers .r' cialt..- .
f"...ir. .' h G. .. i ilBallesteros, in the vi- niated, vil'ilied-accused of -'I er l: i -
j.r.. .. with h-rribleloss," ence : whst ithl-uLii many well-disposed
as the account says. citizens were I '.1u betray confidence in
the government. by the arts ot federal'
FO-iTOM PRdANCE. demagogues:---The blessed effects of
An arrival in Salem, in 51. days from that measure will be felt by generations
Bur-'1,.'u:-., informs that vast numbers of yet unbora. Whence is it that -this aa-
troops were continually passing there tion, in the short space of three years,
for Spain ; and that Bonaparte was ex- has been enabled to lessen the importa-
pected there to execute his determination tion of foreign manufactures, to the a.
ot overwhelming Spain byforce ofnunm- mount of more than thirty'millions of
bers. Wli..-. tlie above vessel left the dollars annually ? Whence is it, that iril-
Garonne, Bonaparte was in Holland. lions of the property of individuals, here-
tofore employed in a precarious foreign
Count Pahlen, late minister to/ the U. commerce, have been converted into cap-
States from Russia, we understand, pre- ital, rearing on every stream, and in eve-
sented his letters of recall to--the Presi- ry village of note, machinery for the pro-
dent on Thursday last ; and on the next duction of almost; eery article necessary
day M. Andro de Dasclhloff presented to for the uses of domestic life ? Tut E E -
the lI'ied, nt his letters of credenceas BARGO HAS DONE THIS-this accurs-
Minister Plenipotentiary and Envoy ex- ed measure instigated by the voice ofl
Ti ...ili .- from the Emneror of Russia Napoleon," has laid a foundation, which.
to the UnitedStates of America. M,. E- thank God, nor the machinations of Brit-
lisen is his Secretary ; and his successor ain, nor the burnings of her incendiaries,
as Consul General, v;e learn, is M. Kez- can demolish. The acts cf the several
ioff. It gives us pleasure to state, as well state governments "fn e]":toi.,Si.-., r.,dJ
on account of the political importance of the exertions of indiviuil dl in I m.l 1.K,
the Russian Empire as of the character up, the fabric of domestic mcanvfactures,
of its ruler, that every thing which has deserve the praise of every American.
come to our knowledge from that quarter Let every friend to his country, whatever
indicates the continuance of the friendly Irmay be the appellation by which he is
dispositions of the Emperor towards, the ,1 i,', i'!l, wear and consume, when
U. States. ,N'ation ia : i they can be obtained, only the production
Iof his own native soil-thereby evincing,
MARRIED]-Ina this town Mr. Mar- that if foreign nations are bent on the de-
cellus Morrill to Miss Sarah Bradley. struction of commerce, they injure them-


tw.of Grafton and'State of New-Hamp-
shire, on -the night of the 23d instant.
Said W eed is a c..- I.,r'ert. tii.i; set man,
has full eyes, a very pale complexion-a-
bout five f: t i It' ituI high-about the
age of twenty-six years--wore away a
blue superfine broadcloth cloak, faced
with red tabby velvet-a blue strait-bod-
ied c'. rt- i it ..-i- "-'. tld. r,., and a
white !, :. \'hi... i ailb k iprehend.
said Wood, and lodge him in either ofthe
gaols in the New-England States, shalt
receive the above reward.
SAMUiEL I., BLAIR, .Deft. .-r.',
Nov. 25, 1811. '34
WANTED IMMEDIATELY,
TrWO or three Journcsnmec COO I l' .%
one KEG 1. I.x11' I -.- ci 1'. Good
wages will be given to g-;od workmen.
STEPHEN CHASE,
N.ear Fedet al Bridge.
Concerd, Dec; 2, 1811.
i 1 ,- m> ai.i.1 t i| ,'t, ..t: ,: 't.,Q l 3
J.L in Harvard Collcee Loutcry (now-
J .1..'i) may be had of WM. KENT, if
il.pl.1 ..r immediately.
Concord, Dec. 2, 1811,

LEi" LUEL BARKER
R ESPECTFULLY informs the Pub-
'11,, that he has taken the PUBLIC
HOlC SE in CONCORD, ..V. I lately
occupied by Capt. Solomon Mann ; anh
solicits that patronage in this, which h=
has experie ced in other places, an'.4
which he shall always endeavor to merA.
goncord,.Nov. 18, 1811. 13








S- -... -- BA-A- such inr.,'c.etl :. sup;cion. Heiisatisfi- (to enter into the service of thi United chdims sj lo. un.sti. is r-.Lw i- i r .
Official Correspondence. d t h:noi.;n gs wanting but a correct States. strong proofl'i il-.i: m cimrali'on, as it is TO iVE .E (, IL L, ;".-..-I/ ..,:, /.c
ICI lti orl'rspon s p e c knowledgeo: Wcts" coI.picii,'t d;Iip ne M. D'Onis has -done m*e the honor to ir r irlr. i a e David Gile, late V I,,-
i..Lio. L mmunicat to aIl-whi oh t or of their res ie, rotett ,-e isord,re,. i .estate ) vid i/, .
_-- -___- _-_ it. commOuicate to me a note which he ttr- o1o jndn, in .. d Coniry, dtc rcel. d.
OCCUPAT. N OlOFF ILult.{IDA. Inoigiht blitr t-vinr view a long cata- p-.-est'r-'insMis.c to you, sir, iiconise- tionofthat por.er. Thicre is, ho..,'.t.r, teetalt, and to iall the i.'" -d -' ,
I I. -. -- log e ,i., j r-tirse .hic the United States ii.InIe..,t ith1 ..lt .-.ia ..t a-d-most extra- a period beyon-.1 wvl, thi ,-e clanm sed, ... ..:..'c. .- .
.Dicaminn.'saccpnimpaiying" the A.-sFage. a ha-vereceived from p.ain since the con- i,r,inari i.te.;li:.iicc. d-id considering the ought not to be. I,-;,lc d. It \.ruid bL. H7.se .i'. \,L.iIIIt ,'r..i
.. .. C ct tnclu,i r.t i:teiri'ree.oli.- i.jn:ir, awar, anyone ini.iet- rice .uuoe aing betweenSpain hii. hv inm roptr for- the Un-it:d i'. ,tc-.,J t '. J ti "'[.i:,r.'ti ti ,: i '. .. '.-..J I r .
I R.. FOSTER TO MCR. MONROE. ." hli oulc I mat pr-,b.i.,y have been and <_.ie:it ilitain, as ..elias the circum- in their respect fi Spain, lo l.rt what be hold : ''.m,e-i i. ., .,I
'aaeshihgton, July 2, 1811. conirldred crume of war, and resented as stances under which he is placed in this they ow-tto their o(.n c.r'.-ctt.r, ar. d to1 thle foul Ih T.n.--idv St 1 l.' -,,I '.:.'.
SIR-The .,*aeri..i-.n 'of his Majesty's s- :,'hi *,-mher powers.-I will mention country, he has: urgretly requested thatI t[he'ritel,t of their ;r,ijui c;i::,i to render ,., c:tr t. .,I .. .. *
ierrnment his ofl-Ai te, ie-n clleld to the 'two of these only ; the 'spoliations that would accompany v his representation wiEh U.der Ihese circuis:anc-s it wou!d be ti'on on s I La .,' e ,t; ..' I',
r. '-. ni..c- riJi-'ied 'I, tiu n.l! -s ties were committed on their commerce to a aletter.on my-part in .i.' i -u-ly u .,, l ard di:l,.:-,r- bl i the U. s d heirs '.n1 th:rs : .... .: .1 :-
fr tihe mil :y occ.acpu' ii.n of \e- i FIori- great -amount in the last war, and the After the soleriao ,e -.t.I .,, which hI ..J r waise cit.he ti- ". '-",I al :1 I *- u -.
d ;. Th. I ~In.- I. .l l thi president oppression of th.ir deposit at New O le- vo' gav me in tre month of July, that no .* t isul a-i i l,, ..i:da 10to I:a ti o i t. e ..t: n,,.tiir. l. ,:,r tre :,: L
'.t thie;. :.;,ii : I la -es o t Con.- .*n just 7.':L i the- .:-,in, iceimenL of t' ie r:ter .iisb. ;. e, the Spanish interests p.- e vir*. tn oF y n thl r rmii -. r inst' ha.tt ,E|-,, Ii .'. I n t, and to "r
I -rc.;i, tile .cstile den,nns trationsc' mi'Il b present Liu", ill Iolath,':n it ft solemn in Fl i,,;. i.oid i.; tfedo tio e tL ot' your gov- bitc.: e tI ey u'a, til6 J lithei .b:y ise .Ii. ,..- what t hey have to'bject ;ga;iszt tI'.. .-
th:- .m-'nic'r,- i ,r:, [ini '- 'i. ilne, r i :r.' ; ttr n. .ier at which injuries has eminrent, I ar.s wholly unable to suppose lIy indemnity within their reach: for'vin- 'i.... Ih.: thereof. Aid,.,.:- :1 AcdiiniFs-
ti 'i'c. ,I uL'ni.:.-i ,' C ni I, 'I r1 .I.- :. rer,ar.-:iori,- ao'...nitent been made. t r .. erri.. M atthews can have- had juries which ou.::ht l1o since '.. i, v ir : i : tsvidered- t ,., I by pu-
ri.i -, i.,,l :'i.o 'I n, "n..-:! ro. tc, ippro- Fuo:- irnji ii s lke thie .- .. the first class, it'un.ije ft'orn tL. .Presidentfortle conduct bt n rdrestl. rhoror;,',l, b 3' !.... n t s citation in the .Ve io-Ht.'fi-
b-I .-i '-.I'',. itr .-. i. 1.:- iture -. t .: .-.% .. "'- yc.u tha G great 'iBritain and which i.e: :.at 1. to be u si,.-i i ; b'lt n .t .rItti* T her p"'i.r t. 1 t I i. at Co'cor i llre.
i,,t-,;0 n. i,,ri.i,,.. .t tihe pr .,I,e. I '.ranc. m adi in, demnini The United the measures -he is, batted to be taking Iron them iht .in.dmnity, theirI'n i .- -:. ---:- -'- td lo St ," 1 .1."'
.., so r Ln IT .ne'.7 ,aind p-itI;ive i r ,lit> i(Lt-- h., ev.e r, d n J'Lt ic..iyy on these inja- ..-, :.i-.ii irr' .h traitors,and ,i en- -*._- n l oi olr v o i n ph- ere t..':.. .1.n days prior to o n..!..1-
ti .: tie ,., ..r.inr t f ,\i r i-- r .. :. t ,r 'j itlir:ti1r.ni rtf thln.r conduct in ,l.-n i,, ., b: : t, r -1 I: .r. .f se- id : nc c i or. 'e i said onri. :
D ire t ,u ,i'.,ct th.: pr '-.ice ,oi \Ve- t 1;,'i S tcr ans-a.ctio-n. :dlth,u'.'i their claims to iedi-. It. inf's p1a- 1 it rtba.-h..n into ed to uriv.m:, ilay nI rl -.L u. :- .L., :' *, n i -I H, pkidton, in I. I ;: .;,. ..
I' '-..r, l .'. i' -t au.h...,r y I' f tle ,Urnt,,ed rrp. r inar- toer It I .Iar- c by no, m means re- tlhesubjects cf .1 N ; 'r ,: ,, in those Ea.t Fl'rida 1, ciit ot" r,,.,u th.. 1t.( I ,,-. ,.r .. corid"'ay of ....'. ,_I, .' ..a
bt- te.. l._i-ji-b,.Ic' I, o n I. it I4 to be pres-iraied, will quarters, are ...t- ',: t .: i .-i ic'the i'veli- po,.--* m r,;n ,l or r 3i,), a.i'' ssi i und tn iii Dun ini, VI ,.l' i .
i C'h.-; i pira:h ndii Ier 'la rjnni.!. ,a'lre.. o- ,al *a ysi b-avs h eit d .i i, i.'- ...ii to call. for the & -,ost 'itAl mrcl'.iic y ithIe I It V (1I, U. CLIF i i) (' .1 \ F.' T, /r ,r ..
s. I I lr t .i.- i 'n 'I orf M" rch l;t. t,, Li n n I intforii l) on Ii t.ihe pii-.viio- ci arl, i.n'. It .:., c : Ion the part of tne Statesi and having .al ;- i tp- tIar. ",
hi nm i, ,-' 's ,.. *.- :ry o-f .: te fur or-:I g. A'e t 1Florid.- to the PeCilido %% a :. pI Iri r-i imL i-r, t .i.-h i U. l.:. ~ .ainn; and havir c n, n1 .ih' r .r. r I- L i ..:
,,' ,ri, ...N i ; In I .tf,-,.7.Ie:.,al, thei Lo,ii.-in .,l' le the hulole p la.T-I, ce ,.r.- T t. ".... ,..h.. t c l LIe U ,I.J T St: ,T, l n ,,i t n t i" -" ?..,'
'clin.s ui t,.' ..' r.;.-' r t u, Sp ,i.,i, r.-'. e: boclr,,i..td FrO Fl li il i.tlir, ii are li .1 .'. ..t i le I.. I h ti .-r.: w which to N'wer ,t i tll 1,,1 i lli, r.g : -. -. [ i-' r,. .. ;.. '
i-.-r.n- .,i ,oi',r. ,.,ok.: I aq i.,,-i, -.,'l o ,a wii Afel '-'v.ii-rI -sepirlit'l from the othl- his royal high eshness the pr ice regent ofit ii lr..t gnl i.,t.,| -a Ha' .' a.. : '. ; ...- ,,,-
iri .. ;t'i .ot til tI 1 ..i cl' ..r r t, ',,'r.t, th t ,;.. ih p U ,'s w ere g ain tak es in t e i- uVrity of F ri d a or any ain d b '.-.t ii . ,. .. .. : ... .', '' .' -
M r i .r i.:r, .a his ot. e t.i M r. Sm i:h of re-un,1 .id in thue Inii '-.t Sc pain, anil by n,.,..,,.' to. L:..l:p, the eastie n part of h UI n, itd t ,, I'. -. n ,-- r, i rno c . .. ... .'...
D.. -'I 1 lI., '310, has already remind- her ere-conveyed to France, in which, state which by the UJited States not even. tihe tiet 7r iritiVlv.: t. t 1 In'1l I o-- r ac ai i .- i,. ,her, i- '
.1. il'e .'m i mI 'iI govern ent of the inti- t e r-.ir p u, ', ,Irice f L..., I,. it.1 ,d, .-._..Ic i s lighteS pretext could be laledged such nI i r i inoi ,i" ,: ri ,- .'" i lit i .:r.' r ;ir,. .I .- i .'- .i 1', ..b I'- ,J
i I,: all. 1.1:e sitting between his maj- '** 1 i Initel statess 1ia 10 thali t in ti iasw re ,.-.ii- h f,ia ird ir the. e:leavor '. coin tr:.er.cItiCi' t ol tl',? sei. w;iA r, in ., ,I.. I .. .. "..
.'. n.' pun. andl he Ihas desired. such cepting th cession .and paying for the to ju-,,i ',,. Ii ..,. .', Won VO. F I i.. ,... -atd t., Sp.-r-ilh ",- .s .,. .d- .cm-I i .,i en ",u '6 '.S'I I ,'.I .
.ela-n I: ;0, on the subject as might con- territory ceded, the United States under- 1I ...-- -i-rel:-e, to be my duty, 'lul tion onsestate
Sri. i t .i,: t, of tile pacific disposi- stood andbelieved that they paid for the sir, in coasi;eration of the alliance sub- i phacrt .eno a c. ; ..t ic. tlh', l h eins: d r e s ceat- n th-
t I,,i- .. 1 States towards .Sp:in country as far as the Perdido, as part of sistihg between Spain anid GreIt Britain, .cfths ,.)-,i,': ,,i!. !.adito kicw the I.ens and toc:-ers c-I-'at I t,-,, r -
Mr. ith.n his reply has stt i Louiiana; and that oiana; and t a .conr.viction of andtheinterests of. -> .-~-t ,.ul'.iects ordr cil p,..ii.c 't iead min .,l to .lkev.ie ci-etto s.ppiarat i ,e .
ir ,'., I I'i1r 0 no hostile or unfriendly their right, they included in their laws iin the VW est India :.. i,, '., o tl, e .1i,/ i the province in :li,.si.-.:l, : i hui t ldu- Il -L. me;ntioiied, to t ear c. .ti-"
*pose was entertained by Aim--rica to- provisions adapted to the c session in, that evolved il tle securityU. i.- i0.I oFI-rida, 'as. 'ire lo ITCVet it. Tiol, h \-I.t per- It,, ay then be .- '
rils Spin--ad that the n -r-n -.t -i c .. .i fil to be a cause of sur- .; 1,1 ,, I. i. I the orders ofmygov- stied that remissness on.. their part at t coe .. '. it,_ .
'i. te'- : a-ji styjsR c urt I, ..; a I. ,,-,, ,-,.ithe p .-ce regent that they did : : i- i any -atteript ag iti.st In .ni invitethe. danger, li l..',: ret l. .., c1 I ,:, i '-
r OL 'I I. t, i ltnk.s whatever e'.al ,I ,.'i-., '. : pruI-cee,1 (- i.tI o possessinL of the ter- thit c.-in tr-. tti .. .. I t- ,'-: i. : ..i 'i a.. up Ii. dou'ie I'. whiir, i is .:, nl -a ;CI I | lL ,'' ,' ;.* ..'. :t. -
rTi.. Lt L .1 11 pl, t w it 'I .' fr il aniconcil 'it., I -i'leSI .' 1 soon is tiihe t' .. ... .. .. '..-: r ; l ,.. i.'I .ireit .i ic. i a -...-.i .1.I 'i. ' .
IntM ,-.' Ala-,,r .E -l., had been it tr, ,.lj -.':, L aI..f...I I r -. r w as nothi .g i i- thi i i. ,- c. :'.-, ..i.-, :. r ;.I .' A ; ^ 'I.l ;.. '- ,, 1,
,, ..- c 0* the part tI,. Ll,,i,cl ir ii.n .nceS.: ,, ,t 1 a .t thlt. tim e, that it- L: .' ',r .i :uh,'' ,:i ,.': t --,p-nm i.I Ia r vl' t-u-L ;L :.i s, i t' .I| I1, p aubilt;at" ln i ,.'. iL ,l I.. t ir-
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'h ; tII t' let. t i, l.; ca,-,'i' ;p,,.Th1 l -l Cf. 't'" i',' .h.:- r *r, ,:.i l th l ,itt.-l ;. i ,t r -::. rr.ae \.l bl l. ,i.,' a. h. l1 ...ilh .- i' I tI u _. r.; i ot lh' 1 -l 'r.. Ii i.- a t. 1 :., 1 3opk'!,I' I.' "I ZC..ir,;.,, n
I i i .an.. l II''. l Ia .a .p!..a .t Lo i 'a' .i ii. L- I .L i' 1 .. .. ti 'i .1 i L .a 1 i i h, -,'r t is l.d Sh ,., .il'. l i l : "- "' r, n.
'* 1 itl. -,. !,,,i .1 ,li' t ,,-:.-..l S:.: i,', :,.,ir.:- at.iy'n be'w --I a parties. T he ir .. i.ire : it it s :i t -rei on, w le ,t -: .. ; .." ... L .-...'C
t:-.. r ,! ..... ...... l.,. b ... 11. iii. ].. .".. _, ,t iis *L.. : the itivitation:,. in ,ha d y h .. l,.vr-., ,o be & c,. p-, ::. il ,nath.. ,, n :- n :'e :-:..cri,'t'.: i.-. -. : "T. : .-."-; .' I." i ,, .
t i- ,r'n c.i ;rj-'-i I.-: th.:- <: > Lh; ,..,.n r,t i;.-- !Lpe (l i tn .. .... .', .,.cua ei ; adjust- A U(G ,,"J. i r S I'E R... ,.:c.t r,.:.ss -,si.,n .- 1 a t i r.' fi 1 L. .... -
i r.ail .,, i ,'r... a I l t ,:, n.ti'.t lr..' i r,;, '.:: lor .: .. :, ,"y o e H on. '.tJam es M r e, e- .n .. T ,,&, l I I.: ; I .'. I I I i, I .-

!- .. LiL, .. Mi thI ai. -;, .I .. i u i ,Lt I, l h;. h i ,i '- .r, r:.,:,.-,. e l, and lel tu the "' r 1 ': l ,.: I ,' atb altbI ..I .. ...ca
S.. :,.' s' ,.cIn L...,..,'l ith iout effect. -:,.,: C .i, ,f i .a t,.ct I L rmory between -R. ;;O FROE TO 4R., FOSTER' h i.i at.mpt ftl 3 'r..'., I, ,' ct. I, ,. i [ } ,,q IThur-i ay thne St-a ;..t :,(, ni. ,i be
l0, .. 0 Lt ,.. in,.,t l,.: ,;,.., :r g nt. th- : .- ac..-nte.;., but :*: that. ope they .. A ove, er 2, 181.1. i, rl dh I .; i. 0.ilh,.r c '. .* It to t- continue 1 ... ', ,, 1.
ftl. oxm IP,1 .it ,l-_- mi .,iIt vl II n m..I .'W -e disappointed. Si---I .nve had the ho or to receive -e G y -r.i.e "D. .'u t -s -ee Iu -- ,IirI... :'-..- .il b,_ _. -.
t, :-. s i '1 ',i hi...r t ,.'p that the Ameri Sincethe year .I0.; the period ort the your l e .. 3 therefore, evinces the us nd t .rn v
., ,,-i. 'i ..l it.. .lot seen urg 'l to this I- T n.- ... .t ... t Spain, the -province y -o t ," t siew s by which the L '. d iSt..t s have to those w ho.m ay r .- ,.ol .
r -r,,' ., ir.' -,. ,in .II.s or by desire of C.f '.VL I'." ,. ,.I h '. :iemainod in a Si;u.- mh it. o th v!bw- pf the President. n hr h th d S h- their att dancenc.
,,,: .t.. a, t, .:i,.,-i..i 7ggrati- in ,,',Oae I ,,,' t' w. ih. with the we. I .pi.rncples which have governed e re.- to.ads by it. minthise thNove', ttnd nc. -
,.:,: .'. "o-ldbe ,.t 1 k:t1 Jr' how-- a'- r .e', ... ..v. l'h e r governmeritof ithe L ,I t... a I. t their 'measures Irel- Ie :t u ,.r' I Id P it etr minis.med- o'It I. -
c -r ., .: Ier, .i. I to ascertain that no Spain has scarcely been felt there i;i atie t 'West" i',r- h-ave m ed altreudy be te san it l _arisdee-mei J- 'I I t.'.: .I' "t',-
.,-, --,,,, connected with., the present : nc.,:e ,-. which the affairs .of that explained't -u. aVi:1 fr.,,,..... PPised of the act and in'st"u-uctl -,
a i a c e.i.- -,'1.l. Ill e I r- -, .' 7. ", .

',- of Ei-'a-tin ha. induced America to rero. i.a,'; i- i tIalle into disorder. Ot I shall noaw o).iii: M.,ic. 17c part they to C..nIi : ia i .t.: liu pltpo,.t of it, to b.,th '- ri, y .:. ,.,t..7 Inh c.,'e :U,!l.tCei ,
.-' tl '. n.. :..r rh oy ofa valuable fjr. hi .i'rcoan-tan -.-, lI..l .ver, .the U united have actied .th i_ -- -t to st 'i r:. ve nmei i, l i-. e.:: i. att .h .i- 'C :.'~ I r ler Lv .,'oie .
t ci u '. r ., .ta to ,l: ', ,.. 1. :Lnr..;e. It I s a ..I n I iy the i L er I'cl I had hii e iri, r 1 tim e, in the cIt !i i r. ly n snnlc,, tht .' ...l ri ..nI- rn i r :...-.,:d i .
f :, :,1Ir..i iu r I f the Unitcd State s .iltha I. >. v.:r, alipn the ""inl.,,;--, .iv i h I' llt".. T .* Pn ,:"' |.i 'ert, clr t.e u t dwI c'
c...'.-, ,t I ..*- i .. .to the pos .. ,I,, .n 1-c.r-:i hii, t'i e ill I lIority .over-t h ii 1,-r ,s to ):u on t1e1 .fe th. 'of y, J i cf n .1 d.-. il t Hi .t h t .,e d iat .-.,tl,- l,"-.\ t r-. rt i : rCthT,']t. 'i tl-- t c :
c ia cct n i'i rt I West Florida wallnot 'il -ld re.ased, rte a in a :,0,t n. t Intention sated to you the injuries wl.i the U- cub nv -l IK tit aIchan thaiat '. ti. IIII' L 'ir Ie.ar,- .I
b: I.- ... -i : dirsc sion in the occupa- to take the country into their own hands, nte'd States had received .firm Spain, .e i v a t at c ,6 i- t :ic u l.u: '"- '.-au ful ;t ir b.r I. ..--
tiE- l' i I:. i thaa undei the govern- th ai ilehe eri.. ,n er.rinn, int t ic : l .,c.:tit. ] 'r v .luti n, war, and pd u- .u it..os ,i'rTa.. a -... i ,S'o. -r- .' a'. I .t ..1 L.
i-nt f .r I lt ip "h i' r th ; L eH I St-r -- i.ul rlll b .. liorr on Ti i c ll l r nec iy compel iun t1 .,
S 1,t cI ''n, i .r.t of the U .r SzA tea, I I 1 .l I i ,,i,, .i irci LI m ovem ent' in ~,,, l .1 , i ren t t r.u.ila .,nd -..f 1--, I i S ilA. this e:;:. it. i- w as O i I.,, I-I ,.l as.- h. p t i, mI -
u,-,..I r ;ii, 'ct, :-t. c.irniot expect to a- ,' which thet were s dt'e>p'y interest ed-- t. '. 1 ," .', i',i ( 11 i- riiht of dr. osi made to yourg a iminit- ht in Il.u naoL tll JI" ,:1. i '., .1 \ts ". L.LLa'. L.
S,:Ih--1 .1-I -, -...ii .nust attehdthe tic 1.'r-i-.. t ;' -. l a h. incurre.l the .. g ~ ol'-n of- last. Thaat t was not s-irtr t i...lto- ,,ii, ov. 15, I.
i;: -, e i r..: 1- 1. ..- l seizure oft a -t -'ii. t .'I e .. -r,, It I. had su lered i i nade was r, to the departure <.l t.
.giedn, ,'.!:. 'i '.., the ptreat state is ttiatrovincetobe -wrested from the U'-, "ncem" nt ot. e e snt wa, i.r. n ei m minister pleniipotentiary' of tI e Uiltd N 'Enlit]sh a n1.id1 st.-i tir.ij
engaged in a nob' c..,i,= t. indiepenn- ,ite. States under ia pretext of .. ,. t(t oE which had reparation been made itat s before theiastrction was -.. n CODS.,1 .., .-.. na: .,g ..1 a.,.,t-
-dence, against a nioamost l.j,,.. -i .i:.: .iiid vi- it from Spain. In taking possession it it A claim tor1. m1mity ftor these injuries, ed.t. re s --t ent of MUIFi'-S. an 'I P-.L : 3. r a~-
.clent invasion of the ri'ig-ts both of the in their name, and uader their suchaority, is ilt ..- 'kr uncoiiie.l,' < with the ques- h 1 ,. i-r l,- you will *-- 5 to 25 each-an -n -: m.[.: ,- Cit .-
.'- -N '. In t i 3+'.,,,, -I'I-I.- .
..inarch'id dcopi of -,. i .. except of the piart wSiich was occupied by ion i Iii..' n W'et F is, whici i' i", '. i ON YARN from th-. Ft l ti-.. o0 ilt
','ii: .- I .vait, thei-refore, tor an exlan- the Spanish troops, who have not been was ;;cquired by cession from France is in ti" t1i. f' u -J ver s Co-on Factory, from N,.. -, 0to ., :tt te
-L*.'. '.. i.. i yui, sir, as to the motives disturbed, he defended the rights anv d sr i803 p.r o'f ti-e just nd a "ca-ble disposition .Factly priccs-also l : n ,,-
w.hiich led.to this unjust a,.',ression by the cu;ed the p,.ace ofthe nation, and cns-iilt- tie government of Spamin has nevel the1. t.,-. .. apain, ot \ htch OXNii, t'vo good HOR:7t. 1 ,, C. i'.P
.U ,ited States oni the ter;-itoriieii of his inaj- ed the hoanoi' ,.Siin herti elf. y' thie .. s'1 -h i t ', Th U'itd Stt' tota i*treated, in the cFtiler'fcnce to which you sor'.e yotni5- STOCK., and seventeen ,-ood.
ty's aity,.I mstconsiedrit as cny u-ty. to -e-.t, the Uiitc d .hitcs hhave acqui._ 1 n..' .1"- "''' ... ., t have alluded. The. sa-me disposition store i. :.1'. Likewise, two Horse
lose ti r ul ,, n orders of his new titleto West Fl They ., i J- mnity ior spoliation oin their l ; but it mst b understood '.. .- .cC ., a Jubi one
'1 ',I- tnnt:-`P-11 1I011tt exphiciely a
ro yal h--.t- Iw .si- .' l .': .. i,, by none. In a :just ing her eaft \..r il y ; I.1: 1,-. ;c m utierce. In 18,' 2 it e.I licitely ad- th" be .i lu i:. 1. e ,than .- '. .- -i i th l -nh ..::. nrl -us
Thich lamn commanded im the c ent of ni .t-. v, h; r.0..,. i.-, o i, ), i i m itted this i;,'.1 by entering into a con- thah cm ot will i, ..il .. .- vellas 1 ** c.. .r .11 n; ;.-: i.-:.
it: 'iio. 'ing n my arrival in this city '-a, .. .. .hn..i it is pc,:, 1 .! ., r, .' vantion, the object o[' which Was adjust aity the i' i ts il ior, t, .ion "he ,.tr!n.:.r .,r |.;t [ t l.-,.;.-
-t, i.1.:I i united States wiil persevere by the subj -.:. ,:.t Ii C.a.sI,,: I -., .:-: a... no. i --i, 'on n t of the c, in. i (' a view t te, p ., t I 1 r, L, n. m..a- i a- .1n-
nuenices and C t. 'e ( 'a' I i, -'ll ti s CS r711 n ,-Im: lit [It [.i.IS ?I ['.I.1111" I .-ttmtta0-. 1r -th i t C
e.aICOLes and tive d.a : ..n-itr..i.T soonas t. L '-Irmnr.I < p.in, .a al ,- T s ibeq eut injury by I have the hono t :., 1 -. I.. t c.iih -inr a i cIett
i,'in, i.. .rl -li ., n t.,a, \\' I. et :1 : '1 : 'h; it: n itr. m ay l- t, .i. the de osit .at J.0 T'. E-VA LLAE.
l...ri 1.1, r t.'lt ,i ..n Iu ; t: t- rl;n -' tr ,t- a '..e [r -: ...lto i l ... ..ecei've al' l. .n u im portent chal 'ge -' : -r T- r-i .. I 1. *
ct i. ..l' 13 ,,.- : au '. al t ,., ".o. :,rntl n ;,- ,t n .: it. i n" t the relations b t.t :=' the parties '1 1. IM E I- E :- .- '. ,., I. t,,,.-t ,r TL t In
san' :O)i in. ,ut., ,-o., r h is of his royal mi i -ac.-.,d .i.l nu-t resented, the. I i;;,. has never been acorn, odtated. --- --- I I...-l. ....I L O'.\G,
'ne i in the nam e and on ,.ei; f _. his :', .;i : I' e.'-..l i ...: i er subject ct I'l.e U united States saw itS t;at ni LaLr in '-... ,...!e tI1 .' ", .. a a r -', 7Ict.. a n I. -a.- .,r:nrnc onti.
iTjest', against an act ,vhich :is contrary iiri,-I:.n ....I .i n.i'-t, ,: the United eminet cause of war,and tha'tIa'it- did Superior- C. r' of Judicature cden ..
to every p-inciple.of morality Feni faith,", It t f..i, ,L-.. l...'ui-. to place it in a not imart.:edi:itt "lov cannt.I I'e (a. I ..et- It il. rndfor the county cl11C iCOul J OOK.
b. 1 ..- .1 1 1. ina,r,i and so i-ji nions to ths 'a t l, itf.-hr e... f, a tr ,' in --. anl instruc- e red int ya c. ," ha re '.t i r.in as a'ptioof of f -, ','a': I. ,In the first- TuedI .' IV,' ,,.iL P o i .ate Librarie. stip-
atl. I -ce s.ia'i,-Int. between his majesty i .r.' Ii.t ,r ,i;",ield i. ,r. I'inkney, their .hei, moderation .and pacific policy -Oc ober, ithe A ar -f'our Lor, piedl cu as liberal terms as atBoston.
a -.t p tion, ate ister lrI ..- t London,, he executive could not believe that ie tIond ht ireda d d- en A SCHOOL BOOKS, of
:havetthenonortti line, gvc. who would e t':.. a .r.V r i -I '1 111ot..nvou indatt, in.1ai cOuty, 'entle- ai s id- in 1 .1 ; s -I.t
AUG. J, FOSTiR. termination of his isssion prevented it! government of ,p., woud rfuse to tie Hi Dub-.,,-.o, in said county, sent- various ns-.. estatess, was
To the 1Ho. Jamc.s M.nrct, c. 'ThelPresidentcannot doubt htt the fran IU ited ,'. the justice due to. these an,.thath rh -.'r:., of MAur M s. l H ns edition
and cadid explanation which I have now! accumulated injuries, when the subject GuN of s i.; D.i ,'... ,. widow, aidjudg- Harmony, Scond edition Middlesex Co-
It. MONROE TO MR. FOST -. i"' :n b,' his order' of the considerations' should be brought solemnly before it, by ed to be a person now co/ios mentis-- election, & c. '
Department of State, July 8 1811. which induced the United States to takeI special mission. It is known that an eit- that the said .-:,r, is the .l,.: c. ,-.' -r,; Farmrerr'.L .-,: n r.mnc Clergymian 's
Sian-I have had the honor t- receive possession of this country, will be perfect-' voy extraordinary was sent to Madrid in .t certain tract of land in Dunbar-to. a- ALMAN AU L:, b tIe t;,oss or dozen-
tile note which you have presented, by ly satisfactory to his royal highnuess the 1805, on this stibject, and that the m's- for+ said, containing about one hundred New-Hanrashirne REGISTERS,- by th<
the oriSr of his rT'l hi -hiep, the prince prince regent. sion did not acc, lish the object intend- !rcr' s boubhded northerl.y byland0of Ben- dozcnor sigly
r:.n. r..ii,r,,.,;,l ',i', : the regent V;-' ri t .:i,,ectand consideration, I m am i hi|,l., eastee-ly by the road, ik BOOkS .f various descrip-
1 l.S ,, ., '.,-.r il.p.--..- tio 'l iitclk t isl. iI. .- ": -i : i-,t i ..i be, sir, your mostobedi- ed by it souther.. ', I d known by the name of lions c -,.'',-..1i on! ,ir.1, ., I.ade at tI
en by itle U lt-c.,i -tates nt Ier'tain p.lrt- .l I ent .:--'.' r .... Itii p iro, .ir to observe, that in the ne- the Parsonage lot, and westerly by land of shortest notice. I"I ntF.\*.: i.--h Fl:- t..L:.
West F1rida. ir '. JAMES MONROE. gociation wih Spain.in 1-.':. the iju- John Fc, I ..:ii-:', di rl -.t it is necessary, : i I. rN, fpr-cash'i ,.t ,c- F-ri prc-
.\lti.jg;i the Piesident cannot admit lugutus J. Foster, Esq. rce. ries complained fil the Unitcd States for the I. ,.a t i-t h .,Ist debts of the--English .Glhre-Writin g Paper-Ink
the ri, hi of Greai, Britain to interfere in -- of the first class were again substantially said MAiry,, as well.as Ior her support atnd Powder--Quills-Wafe-ath I- I.n;:': &e.
any question re ting to that province, lie R. FOSTr TO MaR. MONOtt. admitted to a certain extent, as was that maintenance, thatt, the saIid land should Book-BiLt. .i in its various
is willing to explain, in a friendly manner, 1'hiaidcl/ida, Se/it..5, 1811. also occasioned by tie suppression of the be sle and disposed ofN: wherefore the brnch.s, carried on as usual,
the considerations which iuduced the U- Sin-The chev.-ahler d'On)is, who has r.eposit at New Oleans, a.thouh, the .. sai Guardian Ir I t, thl:,t he may be ani- i7 Cagshi given foIr Rgf -
nitled States to take the spot against been appointed mi:iistet from his Catholic t o.tm disi. the crized and empowered t,_ :._|1 .. .. i- .1opkinton, Nov. 25, lill. 33
which you havre been ordered to protest. majesty to tie United States, has written panit1i government, b climin th pos of the same, according to the statute t ,
It is to be inferred from sour view of to inform me that he understands by let- act,-c imputing it to tle i't..iilil. .,d-wht in such case made arrH provi.'ed. An Apprentice W Ianted,
the subject, that the British" government tears frun. the governor of East Flicrida, iun to avoid the r responsibility ", ati '1YNT Ia1.\., MIL.L. pO serve at the CABl1NT-MAK-
has tbeen taught to believe that the Unk-dher date of the 14th alt. that governor that to make indemnity to the United .-- JL ING BUSINESS-a Lad of fifteen,
ed States seized a moment of nation;i a.l eam- Matthews, of the s'te of (Georgia, was at States for injuries of every kitnc, a cession n.LSnU ovouG, ss. years old-one from the country will bh
barrassment to wrest fiosns Spain a t-prov- the time at ':'. ,.i .,,, St. Mary's, on the of the whole territory cluim d by Spuiin Superior Court, October Term, 1811. preferred. Any line directed, or appli-
ince to which they had us rhglot, ansd that frontiers of '. .,, for. thle purpose of eastward of the Mississippi, was made OhRDERED by the Court, That the cation made to the subscriber, shrill be
theywvere prompted to it by their iater- reading with the inhabitants of chat prov- the subject of iegociation, and that the a- petitioner notify all persons concerned to attended to
est alone, and. a knowledge .tnat pain .ince for. the paitos for its being delver- appear before the Justices of the Superi- HUMPUREY HANSON.
could not defend it. Notinas howter, ,dlu to the United Stateb government h; amount othe sum de.randed .r it was 1or Court of Judicature to be holdens at Dnrham. Nov. 12, 1811, 3
Smore I mote froit the fact, thaT h hthe was t h this view using every s 1ole cause that a treaty t y was t ot theil Hopkinton, within and for theu county of i. ,
is nore reonn te fsroi the fact, tha. the itt iewas it l this view using every-IfI t '' d
presumption on which your .,, ,;. -.r. Imetho.i of seti.etion to effect his purpose. ; formed, ad the territory ceded. Hilsbor-igh, on the third Tuesdaiy of A- Johr Coby S Etate.
appears to have acted. 1..: 1".. .. offering to e ch white inhabitant who The United States have considered pril next, toshew cause,if any they have, ---
unnwvorthy a conduct are nnf'-rtiat-'.l too wouud side witl him 50 acres of land and' the goverrmnentof S'pain indebted to them wey thle player of said petition should not A LL persons who have any demands
freque-i in the history ..I 'ii. ,.,,i: : but the guaranteeof r. i'.,,1-,,.. and property; a greater sum for the injuries above sta- be granted, by causing said petition and AL against the state of
the United States have not followed thtm. stipulating also that -the American gov- ed, than the province of East Florida order of Court thereon, to be pu b ishled, J.OH COLBY,
The I'I .iJ., '. had pitrsuadted himself Crnment wou'i pay the debts of the caie- can by any fair standard between the par three wees successiely in the -t. busbandman, late of Coicord, deceased,-
tlatthe unequivocal proofs which the IV- ish goaerninc *; thedether due in pensions an t' f Tii hav b L lepr Hampshire Patriot, the last p0dblicau'. it -1.: requested to exhibit the same fur set-
uit. That hyy a bufred (heir jus NATHANIEL .ADAM Cle Coe.d, v. 9, 1.8,
1tu i llt arfs yhteih the. i i ... a.- *trnm ; 'I.ettser (du I-z pe, s.I~ s ties be estimt01ed-at. Ti:,Iy.l-avc looked w-ereof toIbe six weeks before said term. tlemelt ; att all sh tare indebted to said1

vC..i+on with foreign plS rs, aw d''psartic vI .',_', .. ,, It, ,lie. dC1' the gu 'iso;s to be i..t i...ii aits, to.n.ii m e a c...n.
1,r-l wieh Spain, ana+ up-ight and liibes I conveyed ti -treh place as should, he idi- wVithi the' riacler resnnIlhcatust the gay NA.THANIEL., .. ADAMS. Clerk. A AI C. O" I lY ? ..+ P ArI r' .i
ertCI1ent oI SpIin its'It' Ieus c'' i.l tetranced Copy examined by +J0-H' O L.N,
p:.lcy, Would have shielded them fr. c,-ted I,; : '., ..t they did not ratherclose i-t, '-at th-y ... ..hey Iic u rei thir just NA'I-IANWL j.DAa-I, Cle ku Corcerd. NOV 9, 1811