National intelligencer
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Title: National intelligencer
Uniform Title: National intelligencer (Washington, D.C. 1810)
Physical Description: v. : ; 49-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Joseph Gales
Place of Publication: Washington City D.C
Creation Date: November 9, 1811
Publication Date: 1810-
Frequency: triweekly[jan. 2, 1840-]
triweekly[ former 1810-may 8, 1819]
triweekly (semiweekly during recess of congress)[ former may 12, 1819-oct. 26, 1824]
triweekly[ former oct. 28, 1824-july 31, 1827]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- District of Columbia -- Washington
Coordinates: 38.895111 x -77.036667 ( Place of Publication )
Citation/Reference: Brigham, C.S. Amer. newspapers
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 1580 (Nov. 27, 1810)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in June 1869.
General Note: Issued daily: <Vol. 38, no. 5420, (Mar. 1, 1837)>-v. 38, no. 5423 (Mar. 4, 1837).
General Note: Publishers: Gales and Seaton, <1814-1860>
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.iccomlianying the President's 8iIersage,
j[coTi"VE,'.] "

jBedtiimore, Juwl 2/6th, 1811.
.. .'.SIR ,
ST have thie honor to cnelose.tb1 copy 0 f an of-
fidial letter addressed Ito la.r Admiirhad ilwyver
;>y C.r',t-i, B;,.ii,.,n, coirmsanding hjs Stajes-
Sly's5kloopr:h. Lm.t iclI, which contains an ac '
,elunt of the late engagement between that'shsiTp
und ti the American frigate the lhcresident..
I i tilts comriunicating to you without orders
from hi Majesty's governnmeit.-t tls 'dociulienlt,
which in tile most essential fact diflers so mante-
rially from that of Commodoi-e Rodgers, I
trust that. this government will receive it as ia
proof of the sincere desire whic)l exists with
ime, to open the way to' at: amicable .Airrange-
.ment of tlhe question, which .-iay arise out of
hiis untbriuiate affair, when it shall be known
tO li AlMajesty's government.
I hare the honor to be, v;i ,ll h.: 1i i, cst re-
spect, sir, your most obedient humble servant,
SJ. P. MOttlER.
f'lie lion J .2anes Afonroe, &c. i&c. Sc.
.iss.l ajesty's sloop Little ]fl't, A.ayT. 2 it, I 1,
'JatitUde 56, 53 .V.Mrth, Lonlittude 71,. 4-.' 1 .
Cape Ch'ltes, beari"- I'ot-t 48 l::iLe.

I beg' leave to acquaint you, that in pursu-
m1e of your orders to join his-Majestv's ship
(uerriere, and being (,on my return from he C
"Northlwart. ,,..1 l in, ". ,, i, r i ith her ; 1iaat
at about 11 A kM .MI I.'.i'l, saw a strange sail,
to which-1I .in 1; .1, -" ... :. A t i'll. M .
discovered her to. be ai man of war, apparently
t frigate: stanlditg'.to.tie EliKtwiard, w-ho,.whel
h.i made tus out, 11 i'O. 0 .w ,..afoh s an1d set his
rova'-1-mlade- the signal, and finding" it no0 "an-
asv ered, o udedic sllCe ws an Americaini frigale,
as he had a Coniinodlor's l lue pe i ,,,r nJ f;.,,
- titi tlheiaiu--boisted tlw colors and i, .. t .11n ,, 1
South8, the co.irsei I intended steering routid
_,,-Cape Hat.teLas-th: .. *' edging away, but
'iot makt g' any ,,,...,.. iI At 3.30,,he ml'nde
e1a1ilin chare, when 1 made the private signal,
Which was riot. answered. A-t 6-30, -findilng hele
gained _:. .::Ir.1',J 1" on .us, as not to be abie.
Sto. elude, 1tm during' the .night,l .. I-.* within
g- gn shot, and clearly discerning, 1.. star's ill
Ilis broad peidant; I irmagineid the most prudent
mIethod. was 'to br0lig too and hoist the, colors,
that no 'mistake might arise, and that he might
see 'what we,. were; the ship was therefbire
broi-ght too, c. i i ..,r. ..1, guns double shot-
ted, lancfevely .pirepitration made ini case of r.
i1rprise. 1. i,.- ,inalier of steerlg 0do'w1n, ihe
Sevid!entliy .. ;he.I to hay his.:ship.in i I..-.,i r.'Ii fil
raking, which- I frustrated by' wearing three
limes.' Abott 8-15 lhe came'.i lIAn r il-f i.h-
--d and asked what lii,. it ... TIs- Irt'.l .1 my
ul'lnlc ion. 'I again n .ll 1' nJ i...l .i i.ri ship
it t.a.-I.,- :mi !.. ._ ....I .y words, and florl
a r-,-.1:, ., I.i infstam tlv r'etirlne. I I _
nation then '': oinr .. i, andlcointinued so.
for throe qu.(arters of an hourr; when lie ceased
..., al appeared, to be oni fire about the
main hatchway--the the-n filled--I was obligrcd

.. .; ....j l : = ... ..; 1 .. i i.'.. ". e p,
i I x ,'1I.. S
r...1, .11 ._ r i,"in 1- 1nd sails ctt to pieces,
liot a :., .... .. L.. .n.- I I.- he hailed and asked
V'hat ship this was-I told hinm-lihe then asked
me itf I had struck mny colois-- my answer was,
no, and asked what ship it '(as. As plainly as
Could understandd, (he having shot some dis-
lance at this time) he -answered the United
States' fiigate-he fired no. more giuns, but
stood, froli us, giving' no reason for his most
extraordima'ry conduct. At day light in the
morning, saw a ship to wilidward, lhen hav-
ing, made out well what we were, bore up and
ipassedwithinnhail, flfly prepared folrl action ta-
bout 8 o'clock-i-he h11led "i.d said.if I pleased,
lhe would send, a boat in board, I replied in the
Affirmative, and a. 1...,1 ....!l,1.- came with
an officer and a I,'.. -.. I ..i 11i.11on.umodore
-;..,-.,. of the President, United States' fli-
gate, to say thIIt hie lamentCedmuch tile unllbr-
tunate affair,.(as lie ternr.ed it) that had hap-
pencd, and that had lhe known our force was so
inferior, he shIould not have fired at me. I ask-
ed his motive for having fired at ail-his reply
was, that we fired thie first gun at himt whlichl
was positively not the case. I cautioned'both
th'e oilicers and men tto be particularly carefll
mid not suFier iny nrore than 'one man to be at
0l1 e g1l1, or is it probable that a sloop of war
wittlin pistol shot of a large 44 1!1A f.igate
should commence hostilitites-he .... m'
every assistance I stood in n1ed o1 and subnlit-
ted to me that I slad better pIt irtu one tile
ports of ih i:, rIr.., Iit ., whlichi i ln ediately
gized, 'it appeared to me evident, that thad ie
.allen in with a British 1';2 i. 1- I.; w111d cer-
tailily have brought her 1 ..-:..... VhattfIur-.
ther confirms me in this opinion is, thai hi!;
guns were not only loaded tiithi rouiId a1d
grape shot, but with every scrap of 'iro th1at1
coul possibly 'be eollectedI. 1 Ihave to lament
the loss of 32 men killed and wounded, imnong
\I hom is the master. His Majesty's ship isi
'imuch damaged in her mastS, sails, rigging and
rjhll, and as there are manly shot th'IoulIgh lbe-
ItI .il.l ald W'rater,l and many shots still re-
.ipg i ler side; and upper works aill sliot
- 1.,: I, .' Ihboard pu sl t al1so, I hae j11 ged itl
.i,,*i proceed to Halifaix, \which will
hlope meet with yonr approbltion. \
I cannot spei k in too 1high terms oflthe officers
and men 1 ha,I e thle 1honer to cotiialltld, foil
their steady and active conduct throughout the
whole of thoi business, who had much to do,
as a gale of wind c.uile on the 2.1d niglit after
thle action. IlhaYe to request, sir,, you \ill be
Leased to recommend to the notice- of the
Jords Commissioners of the Admiralty, my'
t'lst lieutenant Mr. John ?aliberl.v; who iis in
every respect a. most excellctt Ol;icer aind al-
oirded me very great assistance in sloppiiglthe.
leaks himself in. thIe gale, securing the nu1bts
and doing every thing in his power. It would
be tie greatest injustice was I not also to speak
most highly of lieutenant Lov-ell, second lieute-
hant, df Mr. McQuecn master, who, as I have
before stated, was wounded in thul right arm,
in nearly the middle of thlc action, and ?Sr.'
Wilson, master's' male ; indeed the conduct tof
every'lltlicer 'nd man was so good, ic is 1im-
poss hibe for me to discriminate. I beg leave ta
inclose a list ofi the thirty two men killed and
wounded, most of them mortally, 1 fear. 1
hope, sir,'in this affair, I shallt appear to have
done my duty, tnd conducted mlyself as I ou'lhit
to have done, it1gainst so .uper:ior a foIrce, and
that the lItolor cf thle British color's r..s, well
1 l...ve the li.onor to be, sir, with 1much1re-
spect, your Imost obedient Intble servant,
A. B.BIlNGlIAM1, (,'apin,.
Tol JuriSrt Sfa-/ye1r, Eisq. Rear .dlimiral
of the iEdr, <.'milandeti' in C'hi,'f, 'c.
I'. 0 C 0 .

AZr. Aionroe S.'crceary. of Statoe o J1Mr'
Iorier Charg'e d'jfl'uirs to Ills .ri-
tCa.ihic Alej:'e.sst.
.e.jartment ofState,
h Jie 28, 1811'. .
SIR, .
1 had the honor to receive yesterdpOl
your letter oft:.the 261tr. i6;st. coi'wnMiticI.tlin;-;'
sUlitloen'.i fti-.l' 'Caipr:ain !inigl;h.iii t;' Aditalt
Sawvyvr : cfi ,ile .ircul ns'itaices.- ,lud;. '. ,
lat-e unfortatllte en1co1Llnohr betwc. ,r .. I- I .i
States' ri.iat- tlhe' .lresidet anid 1is Blitanuulic
imrjesst.'s sloop .the Little IeltC .
A- is:to(.b(i r.. .1 .U.]'- statemen made
byoaptain i '*r. should have varied in' 1n
circumstape, ou.0i.t11hat made by the counlan-:
der of ill in... i t -... I flatter myself,
with the 1 ... ,. ..I *. I- President, which I
i amnuatthorised to express,s to mnide if. the sub-
ject of nIutual and friendly xplian .tionis, it's
disaIgreeable i... i..' il! be obviated. I am
itidueedtol express tis expectation,. with the
more col:fidteince, i10111 the coucuiatpry ituanitr
S' hi whih oul have made this coni unuicatio:n.
lhave'the honor tobe, &. '
S (Si"in'd) J S. .MONROE .
M r. P .. .* ." f- :* a .
"1. L..... .. 4A jesty,
Mil. IUsTl. TO mB. MxuO'. -
.311t. 0 Hsli'OiT:o, Jik11 1811..

The :assuttrnceFs Which 'you ididnIe thi honor
to gJive me Nesterd.'verbidlvl, that no0 insiru'-
1tioi5s 1vhatever lhadben .L',i .. ,- Lto Coni-loodoru
Rtodg'ers which bco id( .i i..c .imy co0l.Atruction
S-be meant to, '11'.1t.,r'isc his .'atitenIpling to."-co,-
ver' byfIbrce any p,:rson cl ,iined, as an impres.-,ed
SA-m'eriLcan citiz -u.eNl'on on. board anv of Iis M a-
j-sty' ss siSs h 1;i 15iar, wer ." ,'m' iftic(ni11 to
convey to ihy'mind evvy .. .:. tpwo'i tis
b-e .: the ..po 1, ii.or, e e t ., -.
tU'it'd States, atdI cone did.Oi .w.itlh Co-i111,)do;c
liod,'i-rs' conduct and I .'a. "i ... s well as
tlhe inilt'r cel S lhich 11 1.. .' '1 flroin: th
expregsiions, which lie used to the GCaptain of i iis
Majesty's sloop Lit.tle Blct.; bei.,g of.. L',;ld. -
cy to create doubtss in GC'eat-nriitaits to tite
nature cf the'-.utlhority under idh lic he Acted,;
IJ willingl'y accept yciilr oltr o f nlktigl' e tie
."sam. statlneet in aVmore'l tnal manei-, illn or,-
d(er tlat1 1uay tr.anIismi. it o my gov ernment '.
pr'cvCent aldl possible ; i.. o 01. o1 so ipo'Ltanult a
point.' .
T'he (Iq ".'1 :1. ,~'- of the rencoanter
between" tl n. h,. ...J : ,,. ,' fri',ate Presid.nt
and HIis Aajesty's sloop i.ittle hielt, viiil.theni
renhlii T iniied, to'the act itse!i. You .are .l-
S i .. l' ; B itish m 1n-
J.. r, . .. .. .....strlo es ,vhith at.-
'....!. 1 i 1..', *. l tiatt of-the A-uei'i-
c .,, t ,,,i, : ,, 's, d/if 'r very imaterially with
S. [i. i. to sq0i. e of the plust iliiportaillt f,.:at(hr ,s
,A .i' ransaction, but in. this they ";g'ethat
the chace ,i '. i '..1.- ... the iaCtio; con-
niCilnced onil r 1' t .,t i iordorc ioudgrs ;
ifor it cIannot be .I',.,r .....' .' i ..: .ancce.
m ade by Capta.io if.., ... i. r 1.. ,,. .e of
.. ".. '." ... '. ', .H ._ .".. *, ... g s

orders to jo:n,' was .foir the purpose oi c;1asi:'i',

his s.inals unanswee'cd, 1e b.re .away,, a'tnil to
5is intiiitk! surprisehe found lhiiin.-!lr llnih iate
ofthe strange vclssc' s ag''r pursit '1nd 1 .o>1le.
attitudes. WhatcotIhbe Cw.nimodre ,i .*'.rs'
intenltiio is not' applarlLnt. TiJ1 t Ihe (oI(lUt lIot
discover at te distance of 70 or 1,Ji v5 .ds t.at
the ship before 1him wi:s a flush-deck shop,
thIo' it 'was but a little after 8 o'clock, on hie'
16th of May; that he could not, make out Ir
colors tll half past 6 o'clock; that. hs g'3ns
were double shotted ; and that \i itei tie seLuri-
ty he possessed '1om 1 the igre;'t bfoic &' sp.t rl-
r01 sailing of the ship under' his can.,nat-'d, & t'ie
Cii'rcijistLTance of' I, ] to a i10 tral valin,
he did not ratlKi h.,h.t i; durinml, t 6e ni.;ht it'
ihe wished to speak tilhe soop, than 'by running-t
under d herI r sternly in.at :r ., .' uTlit 'd : incuri
the riskofprovoking'O ,l .' '.,' 1 ... mus (
appear u.cco."tabl'l to.the coi.pre'ihensio:I of
every uinpltjutdiced pi'son, and will, I am1 uii',
lr, t cm0 to t0)Ol ailicieit reasonn, ifJ there
weroe no oilither to W._tr.trani, mly dmnianding that
an examination be .instituted into 111i conduct
withi a view to 'suitable s.,tisf, Ction being' af-
fordud to his -." .- .., tie loss oIf- so nminy of
his subjects s3o 1 antnl.y sluh1,ti d, .nd 1"i'
the insulb ofcreald to hi, fn '. "Unt sho>u! Cap-
tain. imr,'..!amn's Cihal-g/cs be, bou-.ht horne to
Ctomrodoe Ro ,.T, tOr his hto froi1 refutlltd 1
state t'Se .0i0c 01 th.- na1i..n lhe I elonof,-:d to,
thou ih :1:ed t.o do so i(;n their nlealii,)0 g (:ieh
other in orl dark, ond oihaV a nnL,- tived a broa1d-
side into tie sloo p uitiout provocairon, varhich
might at tn1e! hate' stik so sOallhi a vessuIl, 1 all
convi:leitd 1 need only appeal to t e justice, of
the Anueriani '"erlu:d ; ftor. that fio''crUprnt
to see in ilts proper light tlhe inag'nituide of the
outral;e, ad .i: teo his m.jesty e0vry rep1a.1'.-
tion ttita ciril appctar dde.
It is with 1reat l,.astuLe, si_, that I tvail 11-
selfi otf this oppor' ini> .- ti'e
promptness wi'1. wi;iclh' you i i willI
the assi,'ulansi-" "lluhded to i the first part of
this lcttt', and tl'ie readiness which vou sinUv'i0d
to r'ecelt Iv:I (y coillIntillic( 11i m s 'fionl 0 ilt ill rc-
Za.1d I. ( tile ilnhappy occlurretce wv1ic0h lb ltris
tlh. subject t fm't'le rOeliutal.lder.
i Iave dltieh hol,or to ie, with the lli.'hiest con-
sideratuI., sir, S our 10' 1s obe.-ou .Lt b u be sr-

AU(. J. I'0 I!
n11oraje J'ams s ,ooiroie, h&c.
Jj1u:' tI I I o I 0l6 Stiltat Jnlyl 1 1 1.

i. tIve liad 'th liontior two receiv- yor i noil

metric, .ii'ri ,t,' 1.he l;'e.id('., :u'd iis .rit..n.-.
nic ;..esty:'s Sloop (Aof \a:, the !,it Lilc D(.
SIl il vl".t s'i-i'Ildntorv l to fiLOtd hat vut re-

nr to m.;ke to yioui, in oui r itst inteIrCIevi-, oil
lhu subjcLt of \oui' enquiry relitive to that ,n-
I'rtuna.'e occurrence, in the amtcable spirit inC
which ii. was inllnded. ..1.,.. fr.. the e cL.i1e-
n;<;nt which h:.d been ; .... I. ,l hy previous
and re.>"::t :ur-'TresS!io.;s, particularly by tne
inlprCs;Sin ent ,of,.1mer'ic'1 citizens t'rom Ame-
ril.'iln vessel', ".'.:n ibe coast of the United
States, v.-as ,I':-,:at, et no order h:ul bren driven
by the i"'ter:.nu'nt, for the r-ecovery by forcc,
of an, 'i 0iz.:. s.r hnpr -ssed, fromn any cn'it h
sip (of w;iar. TDe ord'rs ) iveni to .he conm-
man"ders ,1' d.e f'r.r'.tes and'. otht r ;ar.'d vei-
sel of 'lihe [iUnitd d'States were for the protec-
tion of their clast, and of their commerce..
within the lee;i utiate liniis.
1 eed notlrepe:.at to you, sir, the sincere
regret of this .overnmettl, .lhit such an ,n--
counte 'took p:ic<, and rnor, ececi;-liy tlhat it
si,oidhl..ve, prd ced tllc unfi.'tund:le co~i,;e-

Ihave tli" honor to be, 8'..

~.~iPI- 'A''t~;Ai 0 r u.~rR 9 u l

,,, ,

--~---- ----------- ------ --- ----- --

Ri, r. i i *+.i r .-"
*:- .. I Aly 24, 18111. .

.1 hv: hiilthc 'l,-.I it to receive ouir, letter
da d.. .. ir l ,,+' ... ansWcr to'ineof
tls 3d, ,I I in < .i a dsire to ,il vIU
stattd i,, .1 iri'., I' ,5 ... vour deniil.to
T' 0ne 'of .i. 1: 1., .1 1. i Colmni odoi
IP ,, '. l ...', ... on
l. I I I .. I

I-fI L eg Ito srrS5'I 511(1
in ,' l l, I .I I t. r al, r ,1. a.
.' v t. i, I i 1 I .. to,
His 1 beg to )., -I i .. 'i' i n wanton aind
tlpr .voked_ att L i .. : i'r{'igate. under
i' : ininis"11. 1 .. 1. ,l. -,? 's sloop ofi a"
t u. I ,1 1 1. L. ,, t .' .' .
the denial I tskt.l r, r .,, ,b.*- i 'en i'ie
and I beg' to assurd ...... ,. d..... ,t.oug'h l.
trouti] d you with t!, .1 ...... ., I- .... the ex-
ed such orders to the Anierica'ie' "'rl''i'3t.
hitd made it inivdutt sbo-tQ do, ','1 .-
tvl-'t i.ed an i. .. moleni, lat thel g'o-.
vern'e1n11r'1.of the LUnited ,'.'. h*- 'e is-
'., .1 ... ', .... .' i ,. i ,I .. :. b ce 1

iois ofTIsf ilt t h i, .. h ., .' I...,. ,,.
compatible with 0 .. I t ,i ,I r .' ,-.. :..
ing bcetIveen Alncrica- aLil (rp.at IB:itain.
Cn tlich ia point, sir, na Simple denial was.all1
I askcd ld d.what I caleted to receive. It
'as rh'eieofoe with paili that I found you had
1cbt'iected'it with 'ai 0siIons1 to other tlop'ics,
c:,l.uhtcd to prod.uc,; irritation, 0o n l'.;. h
im..tver cotmplhitnts 01 .lt' may lIave to -~1 -
ii.e, 1 shell bhe ever rc1 1 ..t receive and. ftir-
SIar(d lhem fotr r'a di'i 1o le:o Coilinider inl
C t'h:cf of I ls 11 0 .1. ..1 1 1i .'I : .
5. tO.. 1i1s 2 t.1 0 m .. .
'. 0 ,illb f w Ii. I I ; .. notf i' t a silVw ri" to,
: ih c on a i :, ,,1 1, ,i. ,r ous
unpo(rtat ce,. i .1, n, ._ ; '-,
.sier .s matter. of re ti et. specia -I s yiou
,wished Me to receive 'he coiininllmnicaticii '..,ou,
i; de -ile as ;;iv_-ila all i 'icabie,'spirit .
e iorcover i'Si (Ithe te tnor of the'pait' of.1r1
'Ilte:' in 1. which you bhif'.p con I ctIed t(he. q'iles-
tji .. 'i 1 I th0 of an ...- .
a 1 .. ., .. .','-i iferenicc. +.,,' '
lpon uiS., \i, ihi yolu' surelyl never couldl t iVev
lleailt nie to d-\, but wii lh ncvertlfie:x' s, "
th -i passig;e:c cqn rys, namely, ti.,. ...'. .
t 'he g'overiner, g'ivent ordt'CS for llc 1:ecovery bty .flrce of ny
A mIeI ican cit z-n chnI i fi '-,' l 'il ih "i...-
tiona'l siLip., they ,i nI M ..I.. .. l ..o
.' been. 1 i n so i;., .. r .II *
se arhin 0a 1 ship iwa-r h;.s )beclt o positivwlyd
disavowevd on ti.e part cf '.is .,ajest's'.go-
vernmIentl, and so di'o l ,.inccd by thiat of Ame--
rics tilci. I could not h.ive cxple -ed'an idoublts
1.old ever a.aiin have becn th-'iwn o t.h Cdniai- :
tcr, apd vet thie ., ''1-- ,'' ,. our le.ter,,inti.il
.it is exd Lined, .,1l ... ... l a bi atii se lich
doubts .; tfl _l r 1 -Wto the Aiivldica i' g'o-

tI h.ve no ans .r: at a f'> you,. sir, to my
de. in-.I:.d 1:r aI t"' '.. in.;" l tiitui d l u ilo1
.i4 i I, -as Ic n.' lsion td io 1.0 ...l ..., i
be.c;;lhe ill addit ol. TO t;ere al)pcarin,; to be.
no ( '.uile whII y tdie 01ver 1n.il;L; L- of Aihnl, l 1i ,
should dcli'e to lisuin to sO' ijuit I demand
oi- in part, there "seemed Lo be every rev 1t:.s
,\,y l:i' h ul evenifr tih o I' s.tisf c i-nn
lu.,v d.s ired I. I al UP to ear he ci'c'islnce. of
i1ris 1i ,st extratordiliary prce,:d :IIu-. I will in-
dd, 1t':%nh itno to ,ou that I did think on
I0. .in ,'t ..Ci l' ave fu':d t.Ir Tt (l cr's
c.:ndIuc-t uhe.dv, by (i;e spoI'lanl'us ac.ot of' the
ar 'cv::n l o' th. Ullied Slites, udergcn Ii
.,n e::..i >,inaI tio i, ii '.t d o'f he:'ri'.: that i.
had ,been .;en; i].:ind,;- i to sea a"ain, 11liieht
ie l'iO d toi .11 o 1 v..1'' :rid ip .11'; -'.'i'i f" i('.S1 h1f.:-1
viort; tland I thoi t I c ll' the tI'or'l- retl, ol
tI:: -:;, -.he cowi.se -ie Pre vie.t w culd have
pur:.i, from a tr .0on of t,11at Lw AIch l
*H is:,' : ti i\ ; ], .l l u d L;,. .i n t ,le
case of .e C', ;..,i ..:. w en every" rep:r;;iuin
Iplra'tic;,:'. ie ;it 1:r i,.s; c i llt ie intelliO ;ence.

m..de t u., sic, i:r;;'.p a:,d un:Isked for.
I 1 el 101e r.0. '0 re it, ir, ;l tl0e course
i ;;-.e In 15 -re 'r ,i t'ts,'Ille c
.uIke'n "L.v ,tlu' i g't u:I".r 3n t 1, tli :'s i.iLr, Le-C
caused I Ja-e l)el nlo.sce,.a'il4 ob' i. ed in coin-
seq;h 'nct e ." sn);llt ).:,tOnd c;i i i' I i (t0 c."11 ll tion
thit 1 p :''011of yit i)lslt,' lio;R' s l)'y 'bll th t w::s d1 l-
ee'd in'uu iatettl ol n ro y atf l iv.e h-I.' e t0 oil.'r
s le ] l "- .. ;.,ti; i r iv l;.i .c 1 <:. h1

have proved s;t;,"' cto;_ I h!.d tlde Lh;-n;,r to
bl' le, it l V i toI'r lii%'c u'L, ;'vi: t e, that lt ;.
Such i ioslructi[onls c, aitl r',g', lorindl lc l ien-
tloll it ill Ai n ty '1%i' Oie,.Ssic 1: 1 ) i 11ay' re-
tinehliLe I cxprSs,:d to yorit tiOle .ti e, iL
seelIed lo Ii C 1 U ;le.' A111eic 11 Ven11 n1tI night
r010 Il1orh-ee tl actas t 111 usIpt1 e Of the1 1c11s1
r,: uired, if thlIe wo snljicc s w,..res kept nin-
Ci-hnecid ; anl ill this oJiidn' 1 thouglit you.
;11p ) lCa -ld tl'd t c0irC t 1
1 hive the honor tll o l e, with the glrealcs'.t coil-
sidcrat.'_ian(d respect, l,)', your most l (st redient
- hui b le I e l'V a n it. A C ,T. I "O TI'u Il; ,
Sh e Ihon..T 3 cm uc.l ; o1 tNm',!C .
S 'll crcnLrf/ of jStlide.
t' R. FOSTIt St TO MoII' n. Olto 1.
in a itldclplu.'&iacptembar 4, 1311.,

I hnmvs eiww by an e.lbpress messenger
'from '1,",laid rekci-i- d t he cmd o atid of l.-o s
10; ,1'J il'i"'1 ., he 'rhicy lBoe:,' t, I clin 'in
Ii ,e n i l'_m a t d o i l t i l ct b u hi i') i ,s 1a~es i y r '-
1111t;vC 1 to .e l" vic :n a.tolel rss';on .oim fitted
b1 ," le United Stales' I tl:';.,e,. (le I'resid nt
(n his I;je.l.y's Shilp Lit -ti eL, and" I have
t ele ]1(,j]1 l'"e'L i I icatilg to ou tile inclos-
ed Doc::ni-:nts v,',il lave abwen td'dsin'ited to
me b. ly ".'i ( ,ov ci : ne;.r to be laid befou "that of"
tile I i!,,I t itc., co tnpi lcd ldi t[ a cpy of aI
letrC ]i'Oi'l)3 ,l0 d l a1t103es c 'i'w S hiilld co ontIld-
in' oliicer ae tw l.d.": X8ar;ded 1lav 0), ld!l, in-

of the' L (ite -.a.c'i-the report ofhir Cos inndn-
sonter of his 1.ljeB n' h N n'vy oi',h ird lt l r aiit.x,
in ci spnet oo the dsuna .De done the Litleh. Bet;
'ac ,en o' !ear .a dnic r :i U era's :c'ter imous*-
in n toS i". th'UCLiontu to C".pttan .! ,, s

tlhe 'ii d ,f th.r--nd (n:ally a 'c,py etof the'
.oifeic .;.d ine oIn the subject vf hich tM j ]t .
|)inace aeccween the Maqil's the!l-s>my and ill'.

ir-:ady ,c in p'oi:Sessi]<'i.

,lv :,;int n to tho e inhlrcos t'B" i'Ad i'd S", ",iw "

[,.nfiic -.dfi i"end it,.ntriiuos of lis M'I.je tyhat

Ofi';~l..i"'raLs.)p'[..ve :".u.'of !t,_'. tru'dl ul' thl'l

ific m is statementl,- it ,r i .t.. .... ii r,:.1 .
stiolig.e viklcencea as appears fon lI tlhe d i I .
O' i| .J I ,.i,. ,ir ..... Ol boal rd his j. [ ,
ship as. s ,, i,,, 1. 1. *, b r., i emlllienccd
Iby jp' .. 1a. ,1 "I C titled to

expect, I I J '.. -.. honor to ob-
s1rvh ti yo,; sir, i 0y ifornmer letter, that the
I 'r"' ': r ,', r -. .1 i i, mnani'est

I r -. r .

i i .; l. r |, ,r1 ,. -|1 1 I r.. II .

,.i i .. .. .. to lose

I l .r. 1 I ... I ....rrl. l h.. ed,
,,', __ ,, .- .i I r. ir '"r-i..i.. disavowal, it

1, ,VC ._ .. l II V i,. I r, ,.1 1 ir. l,... l. oftl.s
,ir,,lie- .1 _.l. i.. r ..r. i0.r.h1 3 nr. 'yo ril
i -: L.ii ip humble servant.
I',o t h Jnoiirable -
JtI, mes ., oi re, 10 c1'c h5. *'c. .c.
il ,,,. 3. 0, 11 T 'o r In to lsTr'll-
Depl'a.? f.e,, faof S'rp. .14, 1811.

I hav 1 .:h.d the .honor to. leeive vour'Ictlier
of ti1c 1 Itli j11.1 rls'it-clin'tlih clounter be-
twI Vil he UnitLlCd tIStie'io fn.--tle Pr.sient
1(1d his B.,itain ic M, ijest l .; 7 ;
I i-' --. O '-'1

2 I r. l'. 'i cI w wV ich -took plice -
r arrriviA. at ashijng'lion, i.
stf:ite.d ,. i. i i 1. .. C .. e instuct iot l s i l t -.:. 1- .
"wvecl to e a.yhi aIy SIutiuens fii otn board i.1i
:! 1 i -*r f I e.iiuor';any'order wha.ttver of

l . .. .

", ,.i1 I ; .. wa"s cdeeeml ed r'11 er. 1

obs i., .," ., r., .. .. i ...
isi i i ir. r. .1 i .- i .... i 1 -
It 1 .' ,e h i ,.I .- ,o r i

if H1e answer oo your former l tter 1hte e1 lifi-
ted l to lis rdinavo0d1 of listile, 'r.. ,
tile p. t of is .11..i.. ir .. ,S .,... ,.
he rlemarkL ed, ti i i r, irlr i .' ,
jec t co ;uld tlien, I... .1 .. i .., i.. ,, ..,
1l si'., ,' .: ,hI I. L. ..I II. l I. .. .

'ilry t s h a ( le ... ,
It Itlgl'-t lbe addCd that witli the oci0cm-
sti'nce's of thil t1ir':ns:ititn1 ras oflicitly bl :ire

liet pari to tle i, j'i s l *govi, rner.n tI r -
dresS. I' an insllalt rlpretoselt ai and d iiemand
io tilat efl-ct wer, not made, it wa1. a pro,'
orIy t 11. lthis gove lin'ltlIlt p1er1itLed tlihe event
Siic euncounitei to lemiper tile fcelinlp Lid re-
tard the comnplAti prompted by the origin
ch'arct rof it.
It. Si 11o s:I;.'l witiloult surprise tllt the case
OF tli- C.i .srh, is.1l;' Cited as itn example sup-
ptoIa.t r-s d1lidil. ri. paat ion i illi tile present
ci. Nu ol.r remirik \Will 6e made thai tliia
;'e -lm- 1.r tio eltising without r,:para-
tiin iJ ait C L, 'i _. p'.tpa ly dId
,vis ( u ,a'cU dje ., .1 -- .- of tile L. uit-
ed s tl u ., and tie Iti of .i t liiii g'c .
'In Llhin 'l.s uJi'tt n to t C pC; n" P... I thlus
les';ki; c.inu iicai,.i the .1 ..l-.int res ;'L
ut"1o n of iitiiv alil conlcirliiona nwhCIh, if
p '.. 15 d Ill in sta .iLn t Lcire 1po'tlinlf'.ridl tIlIhat
i:n \hic.. this senoimnts :re eritedrialned bvy
tie Uiliiiied &;4a.eS, nuiliilulisacn a teriiination olf
0e'"'y toil'.rol esy -whiicli has so long subsisted
bet" c tcell tie. 0 o u heirlllln'-itr.
1 t i.tV; tihe n11 11o to bh, &c.
(Signld) JAS. OMON10L.
Ig-il 1111 J. '`.6S104, Esq. rc. &c. &c.
ailz '. ar.It -ro MaI. .Ttosnilt.
Dlen ri".s it of ]Stte, :Octo betl, 1tI11.

i.ii'tr .' tile 11ho Oirto t val. i 'it o u.t a sc pv
of th'>.,a spr c is i te d a s i Cnolt o l su.pii;.,
itei-d !)e .11'Sr G 1 1 t Il'i sidt iI, t 1 lite CoL illcl
o(' Co 'Ii''id',l" IZdlnd, i-s, il tilc e 1,.4,C cn i mimp .cr
lc,'t a ot,' r- ofte u ti n l ul r t 1ilcs, tile

tthe Liotllrt11-it.
Tilf.' Vc-o, It df this 'n cq'tii'n, l'.lh lwas rCoprn-
dettcltd iin Public, i :.ll1.l;i'0-"' t11 m0S1 1l'.ia a;d

ship, .ri' rLof others wst lii- 1 it ,'.s proper to
Stillallil, crtmll it i .s ;'-.l .., leave a doubt
ill 113 o`d of' a Lv olt tle.t ca t. U 1 ii-an
maild tl.c ,; tu: c, I1,.d wi ut :a just.liabi
Ilat Comm') tre IRngers pLirst l vessels
w khichli.ad at first ptistei d hiri. and h.ailed hew
a!; sool as lhe prlip|oacli(d within. a sIlilable dis-
tlce, al-'(- circumlIistliaic.s whichCld cn he o tf no a-

have 11it ht to knlliw the naL iomi charact' i. oat
tie armicd ;hips il'ich Lsovwrunlilr r coast,and<
whether li tho vipS i it wiIth fricidly) or illicit views.
it is a rig l e iin Irailc r froi .tll t le so lreigntiy of C
ery iIdipendi nt sti 1, and in Lally (coni.cct-
dNwilh leirranuinll- y ni; l peace. All nations
exerci.e it, a.d nond1 \iinito mwo rigor, or at a
greater* di)tlance fiomi the coast tS'1. G. Britain
llterself, 'tlo any, o ln inr''e justl.i.j'. e grounds,
ua 1 1.e m ltl-d Sta s. I 1 additot' tIl. o tI'. cI_ i' -
tidial io5',/i.s ic- I l ..vt rci ,' nmi'ie n O c ed h es' 1 Ir -
cautilins .- otichr powers,.i is i "Lr i.dtre d of tl,
more imported ,cc' tlo he l'rcsed ci, alts, by tcht
Oipr';ctice of 7rni vtL iielJ im i thi e 1 West In-
Sicy ifvejing.l' our coam fu ti r nrtiioriscd and
even pirattitcal J urpos'e-. Itanc s lt als oc-
curecd, in w irich tlI 1 ,0- ;i'llc n rc i bist' Ji11Jush
sllil of W'r, autiJ r iseni .si:'y, semice. l w isonm
Amu icat vessnp l .ive coi-'.:;e:" i t the. ir .naes;
andt the iaands
clue ib. such oulraleh \vich te reqfiin Le cea-
shinty, is rendershd i .nprmticabs. lr',r thse
reasons tnle conduct of Coottniu t. filter.', in

tade li.e..dta, tdicv.lbru, can r ard tlhe aict

th, viewih ih ad tirstiame lihtsu hi, ad saled o
itliu ath e m l 'Cilo wisilcl i l rni)-rn:i,
avithl oai k..p, .tl:e n'a tionatlclat I er o


MRt. FOsT E R TO 1,111. :itOINl01f..

IIae haiothe -honor to receive yoiir ibtt

,X tt- I1 11 ; -1 "t.. r -i i- I lit i' trui.

.1 rrr. -( : 1- .,k-r t-I 'l I- .-1d I .r o
l L -

II 10 I 1 r. Ii St L-. Il i;

aforIha Ser:I 'I 11,1.1IT, -l

Ii nulr -be per'il --r-r. L I c.....hI r.l:..rl

afte Ir h dasI i rta' Ir nnriv., 111,1.,I1~ I
iliarr.J- il-~ r.. rlrr Of tiler-ILrrr. Orrl tlr d-.0
ill,- .'rI I- 1 A1 .'Ld I,. i -j. i 11 l ..'ir I 10

1110~ ~~~~-J I,,nInn ollilc l-*~*. vi i lirriLi
1.- -'11ilt' e I -11 1. '

nlor to eolh nlfll ate to Me; 11,L],tI err' ly an"
nlexed, ofiCaptain Rjodw-eps' ,-lk .Itr Li.- flrSt
'ti Ii-e officially-before tna) I ,Or..w-.:a.~

'tisfIato. s It shlesi S tat tI-F,; l:-140'e 3 s.
ende1vood to *Ic Lr' It I rn-- If. Ial t ile

been I I ~ i 1 .. 1 'tI d I .d 1, rrt.

vo~3~ ( l -K1fir', -tol avoid-01hi-), ''jr. I*-h n:idr.i

LOr,.. I, *, ILI: 10 l II. 1.: ro, I.e thI .
.1 ,r h-1.''i ls o I 1 4r1 r, ...r all.-,
I I IW I r'r.d '.1' le1

1oalilAC I!].-- rr .. E- ic, ii r..jlic~lil s o .
helr' I Z'.1r, S Sir ir, youd ril Alr- .,.,.
was oenuo an astheLl. J., pc.t,..
Tv 4-Cr *Hon..IrrhI

Ct'it'or 7r.'Ir T.'i-ioIMp-R. %1 Rs. 14 1 a

patial Of, be, Ploiddl. the h'Ah11.
by he Ixesi' nt at trrit i Xyurms oein

21tile, tile Aim a~ctundni'lon,&l -the Fort of

Mo ill.* ri- :the bll iub iR.d' oN.1,..

Tio adtilltrtjoll of, hi.s MovlljOteOS Vid'ntrMell.
115. oiec a bpte bri led troutile lahi1101'es jill si-m
ocet by ftire L ii aied s )-,tt -a fo'tle L flito l-, i"t l-
P"01ollOf Fls i'Or~id. TO he I Adr r'C;vu
by( tile iSlitd6. t atS 01 .fhl i lt
arioThe71 Cit-reti, ile Lonoiedeon drstraoio
witeillestile ~Ilo ll S'tof ltit1 l .f L -l'0o h 'e' f
ojill itrd tle bll -bltilettd t& 11 .'I
11011 01thefA 01, 'lt a
rio lldorlltijftl-lt1iol ft0tioioI r oin


lie l'ia cilvd bates. 'A

t:s e :il1lr lt i t fl:t !L

bcctire iVIl ei mj. t I0( t C li~~lir
-ic iie d I'', (OF this ,j".' d,:"
Pitntl tO' 1s of, l "lt (I, i
'mrcngs rWl ichLtvetix of 1. d- c-,,rrrilo

ofr~ itSlI.igiL 00' jjljC j

Il nl li ti 0 I oi l t i t l'nc IIofIis 1 'i b "Nm -is

ttltlI~ 1lo oeIliad!rrtile 01 ;i-irn of 1. on
it .llt hus not brtir11.01011tortrlhis tn~t

'rlt i(A S I Itil-v r11 t ('IIOrl (.1 IIofl5 Sorig iqllc IS
*c it-il to 111 i IiA :llir,-:,d1sL Olt it u Iloti.l isth
1 ii rsi. rylh' I 0 -. 'nei'to ljt. onit d11 toiz!cI-roli It
il'~ t '0 i"'dtiaiion 0.1121. utitd i 5rth dl ;1)'-
i,nt staIte of harl0 hitiriducd Aimos.;0: 10
despir(l tha~t MIC-laIrtlA' oCC a ViluaILiciri'

I ,Itl'V t'rfimiet (.,f tillt-VIll',d Stales conl-
to-llr. 14:A I. Ii-i LIto ..c posit "S~ioalof'a.

:,r- ,.ri n:,'...-al lnor, and so injurious to occuipied- by the Spanish '.troops, who been explained t .ycu. With 'eqtal
i -.ili;.ce .,-,."' li'ng between HIls Majesty h-avi not bcn distut-hed,% he deferided .frantknss I shall-now communicate the
and dce Spanil nation. h e i h i the rights and 'secured the peace ofthe part *they have aIcted with respect to
.i -lw.roithe st, your ,iost obe diet humble nation, and even consulted the honor of East Florida:- .
,..ran1, Spain herself. By this event, the Uni- In the letter which, I h1id the honor
AUC. J. FOSTER. ted States have acquired.no new title to to address to you oni th.e 8th of July, I
To tl,e Inorabl Ne West-Floridi." They-wanted,none. In .stated t'he .injuries which the United
Jnles .tnroe, arC. tc. Lc. adj'tsting hereafter all the other points States had received from Spain, since
SIa. wONROE TO IMRt. FOSTER. which remain to be adjusted with Spain, their revolutionary war, and'p;trticular-
Depwriment of State, Jldiy 8, 1811. an(< which it is proposed to make the ly by spoliations. on their commerce in
SR, subject of-amicAble negocia'tion as soon the last war, to a great amotint, anid of
I have had the honor to receive .the as the.government of Spain shall be set- the suppression .f their right of deposit
note which you have presented, by the tied, her claim to this. territory may also at' New-Orlans, just before the com-
order of His Royal Highness the Prince he brought in.o View, and receive all the mencentent of the.present.war, 'for net-
Regent, to protest, in bchli'lfof the Re- uattntiqn whlich.is.-ite to it. other of which_ It i'I Irepration been
agency' of Spin, against the-.possession Aware that this transactiDon 'iight lie inade. A claim' to ind.tiiiity for these
lately taken by. the United "States of misconceived and miisrepresented, the -inju i-. :l... 1.'.r unco-nnicted with
ccrtin, parts of West-Flbrida. President deemed it a proper subject of tihe q'" "" I r'.- to WeOst Florida,
Although thie President cannot admit instruction to the tministi;rs of the Uni- which was aP(luired by cession from
thde right of Great-Britain to interfere in ted States at foreign courts to place it Fran ce.in 1803.
any question relating to that Province, in a true liglt before them. Such an '' Th&-governnient of Spain has never
he is Nfilling to explain, in a friendly instruction was forwarded to Mr. Pink- denied the riglt of thd Uniti:d States to
manner, 'the considerations which in- ney, their late Minister Plenipotentiary a just indemniity for stioliations on their
duccd lthe United States to take the at.London,\vho would .have executed i, commerce.. IIn 1802 it explicitly ad-
step against. -which you have been or- had not the termination of his. mission mitted this right by entering into a con-
dercd to protest., .prevented it. The President cannollt venitiony the object of. which was to a-d-
It is to be inferred from your view of doubt that the frank, and- candid expla- just the amount 'of the claim,-w.th a
the, subject, that 'the British govern- nation which I have now given, by his view 'to iidtemniity.. -The subsequent
nment has bpen. taught to believe that the order, of the considerations- which in- injury by the suppression of the de'po-
Unitdd' St.tes seized a moment of na-_ duced the United States to take posses-, sit at New-Oriuins produced an impor- .
tipnal 'embarrassment to wrest from sion of this country, will be perfectly talit change in. the relations between the'
Spiid na province to which they-had no satisfactory to. His Royal Highness the parties, which hau never been accom-.
ringht, and,'that they were prompted to Prince Regen t modated. The United 'Staies .saw in
it by their interest alone, zid'a know- With great respect and considera- that measure eminent cause of war, arid
]edge that Sp:.in could not defend, it tion, I have the honor to be, sir,. your that war did not immediately follow
N, .... .I,:, however, is more remote from r oast obedient servant, cannot be considered it.) any other light 1
the fact, thaip the presumption on which; '(Signed) JAS, MONROE. tihatn as a proof ofitheir moderation andI
Sour government. appears to have.act- u1ogustus J. JFoster, .,syq. L. i'c. We. pacific policy. 'TIhe Executive could
.ed.- Exaiplpes of so unworthly-a coil. FOSTERTO M MOaOE. 'l ot believe that the government of.
dluct are unfortunately too fre.;uient in P iladlfaO e t.5,o181. Stain would refuse to the United
the history of nations, .but the United. SIR ,- e. 1811, States the justice due to these accumiu-
Staites have pot followed the.ti. The SIR e C'alier d Onis lated injuries, whb tlireisubject should
*-'sCsidenT lad: persuaded. c.hi!sIelf that e IThet Chevalcird'Onis,- who ls be brougLht 'soliihly bulbre it, by a
'the unequivocal prools which the Uni- been appointed Minister from his Ca- special mission. I..t is known tlatan.
ted .States have given 'in all their trans tholic aaje-sty to tile United Si. ., has. Evoy Lxtraordinary was sent to Mla-
Sactions with foreign powers, and parti- 'rtteu to inform "me that he on.er- dri in 1805 on this subject, and tliht
ula.. iy with Spain o an upright and i- t letts from th'e Governor.o t mission did no.accomplish the ob-
Iiral policy, would have shielded them East Florida, undur .date of the 14th Ject iltelnded by it." .
from -lucin unmiarited a suspicion. He tilt, that Governor Mattht iys, of the. t is proper to observe, that in th .s
ds satisfied that nothing is wanting bit a state of Georgia, was at that tine, at tlegoclation with Spain in 80o5, the in- "'
"correct knowledge of facts, completely Newto'vn St. Mary's on the frontiers of. .uries complained of bv the united
to dissipate it, or da, for the pn r pose oft etic its States of tle first''class were again sub-
I night bringto your yieValong ca- be inhab tsofthat o stantialiy adinlitte to a certain extent, "
talogueI of injuries wl)ich the Unite- eingdelivered p to the it4. State s was that also ocasioned.y the sup-
Stes hve received from Spain since government, that he was withthias view eon of the deposit at New-Or lens, t
the 'conclusion of their, revolutionary using every method of seduction to ef- a tho h the Spainishgovernment, by
Swar. o "i ic of Which would most itpo- feethis purpose, 'offering to each white. 0 c i iit
barlyitve bo e ot nsiered..... c -'- disslaining the ac't, ant. imputingit to I
bably h :ve been considered cause -o inhabitant who would side with him 50 te Intendant, sought to avoid the re- i
war, and resented as, such, by other acres pf land andt the guarantee of his sensibility ue f it that to make
powers. I will mention two of tlihese religion and property ; stipulating also ini to t UnitcStates for iju,.
on"y; the spoliaions that w-ere comiit- that the American government would e ty tthe United 'ta es for he
ries of every' kind, ai cession of the,
ted on their commerce to a great pay the debts of the Spanish gove'rn- wole Territory clamet by Spain E. st- t
amour,tin the last war, and the suppres- s.ment, whether due in pensions or other- ward of tIe Mississippi .was made the i
sion of -their deposit at New-Oirkans ice s and ti. of th e grroul sons to subject of negociation,:and that the a- c
jst before the. commencement of the fliers and. soldiers, of the garrisons to be ountof the sumdemantledfor it was p
pt'esent wi r, in violation of a solemn m e onvey to' cl pace as ioc b teut
., V t -"j e. ..t '.,. l. indicatedl, provyl'' h he did_.txr time st le wcaurse tlst aQtr.styr'w as na ot then d
any reparation or atonement been made. l ose t.etentote t service of thee viceTheO fUnitet
Or ijirs like ts( ofthefirsti Ui StatesmUnited 'tae "havconidi'edp
trs t .a U t s the govern ent of S i. n Ii,-, '' 1 to Ii
iikwt.tain 1 M. ct'Onihas done me the hono, to t.. in est.1 t e
Itm s ewn- to ytt rilt. he Uni' co.itnmlicate to mtie a note whiicla he them a greater, slim..torthe injuries a-
nd Flrance mad idemnity.. the pupos s smtt to o, s, above stated, than 'the Province of East th
ted Stafes, however, do-not rely n" thee. pu'poses transmitting to yotl, Si, n Floia can y 'any ,fa standard'be- d
injuries or, a justification of their.con- co sequencee of this detached, and minst W lie parties'be estit a
t in this t cti. tho, ti extraordinary intelligence, and consid t ie at. i iT y
duct ithis transitionthng th itiate alliance tsubsisthhe ave looked to. this Province ,for their s
-' "l"ibi s to m-epa m'gtion for t iem treaby a io subsistinigr e s
.be cm trptiveen' 'Spaii "and, G't'yat B indemnity, and.with the.greatcr.rcason, w
'nlcacs rreimquished, and, it is to be pie- hBr n Spai Great icitain, as ttie tiowit time
sin wil not always b ne ect u vell as the circumstances under which because the goIernment.f Sp i itsclh on
the d, will notalways oubethatnegp itc. e displaced iii this country, he has ur- hls countenanced'it. That they have b
.of ,e st:-Florida to the P.rdio rWas gently requested thatI would accompa- sulfer'cd their just claims so long usa- s
part of Louisiana, which the wiole po nylyhis represelntatiori with a letter on tisfiedlf.s a new 'and strong proof of tlhi hi
pvitc fofLouisiy belaigd t.c nco l ,tt my part in support of it d'i' ion, as itt is oft their respect for
oit was afterwards separated Aftr the solemn asseverationswhici t disordered coditio o tat power.

fro..t..ih oth er part, yet that bth parts you gave me inl the month of Jduly, that- l hero -is, however, a. period beyond
rte aain ret d ia thte ih -ands f no intentions hostile to the Spanish in- whiclrthose claims ought not to be ne-
wee again routed in the hand tersts,in Florida existed on the ti.rt jlectedl. 'It would, be highly improper
in, Which staeb he eonveyedto prince 1 ot youtr government, I ani wholly.unai,- 1am the United StItes, im their re. lxct
otislan. i was ceded to the Uni eu bieto suppose that Govern'orMatttlews fbir Spuin,; to forget vihat they owe to of
IS i ith ,ti e. .the .U can have had orders from t.the-P.resident their own character, avid to the rights l t
States isa 1803, that accepting the ces-. for te conduct which lhe is',, t. to be of tlher injured-citizonis. -. h
StOn ant. playing for tna ,errtirt cedeud, -.
e United St tes understood and .rsu.n but the mesur'fs he ls stated i UndI these cin.rmst-nces it would t,
vd thiat they paid for-.the.ou.ntry as to be u:kium ,n corresponding with, trai- be equ lly unjust .... t .... tt t'i,
...... iaeved that they -pai f r-the..cc entry as "d a. .0 L < 1.r T ., .: L dVil lt s t ,- q ..oIL 4- t
far as the Perdido, as part of Louisiana ; .rs euio i ,- ai .o p ine S t ,es t'- -iat, o', 'd li
and that on a cnviction f their right every art seduction to infus asi- to pass it lf po-. ,,, rnv'o
they included in their. laws. provision t rebeio into the subjectsof the power U t, ., ,. they would
adapted to the cession in toht exten-- ig o.f .Sain i those quarLers, are thereby lose the o1ly .'1 .emnIty lvitn ; a
itcannot ,l- to b6 a cause fsurpriise ... sth as io create the liveliestlnquietude, 'tl-ri reach, for, injuries which ought S:
it. ot 'il t ... cu :id ito cAll for the most early ihterfe- long since to havebeeni redressed. Dis- hia
thePt ilit.e Re"'crtt, tlhat theyi(lid not pro .,mf-- eal a -f Ion- "sincee to v-
ceeto te il t e i rce oa the part of the gov.ernne.ni of .honorable, becaipe in 'ptrrmaittig anio-
c.eedc .to take PlossssiO oi die territory) h t o t t, in- "
in question as soon as the treaty was e United Suites. tter ower to est fio thei that in ha
ratHied.- There wasimolimg iin tihe cir The go-vernment of the U. States are demnity, their iPactivity and acquies- .-o
cumnstmces ci Sim t that well aware of thie .dbep interest which -cufc'fe-rtolttdonly be-ftmputied-to unwor- Hil
coumiave foiint. I his Royal ighness the .Prince Regent thy motives. Situated' as East Fl'rida frie
d jntiniti- the right of th. i ,i .'i -tatcs' takes in the security of Florida, for iny is,. cut off from the other possessions of w
to is territory, her ,,overnment invited attempt to occupy the Eastern part of' Spain, and surrounded in a.greamt imeas- n
oti on that and other point which by the United States not even sure by the Terrimtory of time Un l e l ti,
in cont'stiation bet wei the p. ties. The the slightest pretext could be alleged, States and having also an important of
L'.,. Stat.s.accpted the in'itation,in such as were brought forward in the hearing on their cominerce, no. ther, en
th itm.hope tt it wouldseccure an adjust- endeavor to justify .the aggression on power .colid thiik of taking possession ed'
S"IIl i'd -patio r 'forever-y adjustWest Floridam of it, wiith other thant hostile views to dlis
-elth had be .paritiO forand every idto u I conceive it therefore, o be my duty, them. Nor could any other power' takic I
retoation o .iect hanoy between sr, in consideration -f tli alliance sub-' possession of it without endalngeritg his
the two countries buttt iii that hope they S between Sp an great Britain, .teir spe an best in est ri
wele- disaippointed and the interests of his toajesty's sub- The United.Sta'. s ave. nott been I --a g
Since tle ar 5 the eriod ofthe J.ts. in the WVest India. Islands, so norant or ii, ., nti. I. ,what has been the
.S-a t. .. 180: ps'c te lie d eeply involved' n tihe security of E.tEast agitated in Europe, at different periods, po

'.situati. n altogetiher incompatible with .derts of.my .overnnment' case of any spit wlar, in regard to Le Sp.imis'h o- att
1e a II. r.- of- thise states. The go- attempt against that country, to lose no vices in tis elnispi'rc, .oi tave p
Sdihniit of Sm.i. rlai 'se ac!iT.y n eiao time In calling upon you ftor an ex- they bcc ,,, .,i 'ol .tnhe crnse- do ,
itth her; in consquence of wich tie lanaion of t alar. mg sts wh c qucnccs into which 'tile disorder of' se
cifL t p of ta odviince had taIite into vcrnolr Matthews is stated to be tak- 5paaim mjght liad i regard tohte Pro- sucl
'-nsori'r. Of that circumstance, how- ing for subverting the.Spamish authori- vincc in.qucstiom, withioUt, due care to g"
,V.cr;the'United States took no advan- ty in that countmly, reqesting to be in- Pyecnt it. "They have' been persuaded
stage; It was ,ol until the last year, trmed by.you upon what authority he that rcmissness their pi.t imi'ght in.
"hen.the inhabitants, perceiving that all can be acting and what measui'es have vIte the .danger, if it had noit already
tuthlrnityh oi ci tei had ceased, rtose in been taken to put a stop to his proceed, one it, which it is aso mudi tleir in-
ui bony with .intcntitot n to take the coun- angs. "tercst aid desire to.. p.,'vcn t. ee- ply
"try ilto their oin hmnts, that the Aame I have iie'honotm to be, &c. ipressedi with these consicieratioin," yo i
S o t i tIm id t'at thed (Siged) AUG. J. OSTER aid anxRous, whie they acquitted the,- mt. i
impossible for the-Unitedt States to bc. The honorable sePlves to the jest claims o, their co;:nti. f,
lold witi r iidif'crence a niovement .ii James "*on'oe, t&c. c. tuents, to preserve iricndsuhip it o- a1 ;r
Which they were so det.plv interested. nlI. .MONoE TO Mit. OsI1ER. ther polCwers, the suijact was bl'ougilt n.,,
The.ilesildcnt.oud have inc-urrcdtl'e Aoember 2, 1811. bctoc the Congress. .t its l.mst ss- i.
ii *. i .. .ia'rc 1Ot11 t. srOil' mo lnt i ;;n U clt v/as p i ssCd eurthoriS- JlitO
,tesure of thie nation, if he hac suffered slit., .' 1 ir"s'it
ithat province to be wrested hrom. che I have had the honor to receive iug the Executive to accept possemsioi fi-e
tliYtd Stte.s, under itl petextol irest- your letter of September 5t),, and to of Ehast Florlid, fr'om the local autdos- .,i
ing it lronm Sp.in. In taking possession submit it to. the view of the President, tips, or to take it. aga.nst the attOehmpt t..
f it, int their i tame, and undcr their au- The principles which have governed'i e a. f1cigu poiwer to occupy it, hod.in ,'
. thority, except in the Dart which was the United states in their measu:'-es re- it in uitheri case subject to, futui'e and t,.

- 7--m-niVe to st ida, lin rh -ldtI eg aCatietl. aJ'14!3, L i

C'. .TI 's the just arid aimicalble views by
whicl'-the United States have been go-
verned, towards Spain, in the nmeatsure
authorised by it. Our ministers at Lon-
don and Paris were immediately aap-
prised of the act and instructed to com-
municate the purport of it, to both go-
vdrinients, and to explain at the same
time, in the most friendly manner, the
motives which led to it. The Presi-
dent could not doubt that stich an ex-
planation would give all the satisfaction
that whas intended by it. By a late let-
ter from the American charge d'affairs
'at London, I observe, that' this expl".t-
'nation Was i.ade to your government in
the month of last. That it
was not sooner made was ocwing to the
departure of the minister plenipoten-
tiia'y of the United States before the in-
struction was received.
I am persuaded sir, that you will see,
in this view of the silbject,.'very strong
proof of the just and amicable dispo-
sition of the U. States towards Spa!in,
of wilich,I treated, in the conference, to
which-you have alluded. The same
dispoaiti.on still exists ; .but it. must be
understood that it cannot be indulged
longer than may comport with the 'safe-
ty, as well as with the rights and holio'r
ot the nation. '
I have. honor to be, E.c. kc.
1J ,1iS M ON ROE.
'[The above concludes' the corre.sponudence b-
tween Mr. Monroe and Mur. Foster, and em-
braces the .whole of it, with the exception of
tile three :,11. ''lotesi 'which appear to
avre been .ii. .i. .., ?to thIe opening ofnttn
liritten intercourse. between the Secretary of
State amd the British lMinister. .

'F'ROI lrf.'r os'T-R .TO MR. MiONSAOE..
Jo'ashington, .JTuy 2d 1811.
lSit .
I have the honor to inform youiithaLt I have
receivedd the special commands of His Roy-
1 HighnlesgIlhe I'Pince ,Tegeic'l ..", ;,i the
initne and onl the behalf' of His .l i M ,. '1
In ke am earl, .i r ,, 't .. .. .1 1,.,'
entlmem its ,- '...'. I,: tli.. .1 IIigluhnss wmas
leased, on thle part of'His iviajestyv to express
to Mr. Piknlcey, upon the occasion of'his au-
ltieec of leave;.
i;, Iteoyal IHighness ignified to Mr. Pink-
Icy the deep regret with which he leamrm- that
MIr. Pinkley conceived himself to be bound by
lie instructions of his government to take his
pcpartum'e fiom ns'inig-lad :'
Ilis isdya liglmness infotbrmed Mr. Pinkncv,
hitt one of tlihe.earliest acts of his g'ovrmnnenit,
n the name and'do the'behtalf of His Maijesty,
va-s to appoint an l uvoy Extratordinary andt
unmister P'i.. p ....i .. to tlie government of
lite tUlited States ; 'indt added thiamt this ap-
oifntment had been made in .the spirit of anii-
', and with a view of'''. ; ,i .,; l .i .i... .
ig- relations of friendship between the two
His Royal I ighness further declared to Mr.
'inknyev that lie was' most siimcerely i '... .i i,
'-sirous onttile pai'tof His M.yjesxv, w, ':'
'r -p----..'-'-~~.oo4 nn',-e'*l^+**n~t'.,,.d 0; i'-tm-a t-'ited
states .ty every means, consistent with the
reservation of the mmarieiimie rights and inter-
its nf the British empire.
His Royal Highness particularly desired
hat Mr. Pinkney would communicate these
-clurationhs to thle United St8ates 'in their
alier wlIich miglit appeal' bct calculated., to
ttisfy thle President of His Royal highness'"
olicitude..to facilitate an amicable discussion
ith the government of the United Stamtes nup-
i every point of difference Which lhad arisen
tween the two govermenents.
I hilave thie honor o be,. with the g'ra:test re-
ect and considcatioi, sir, vorur most obedient
umble servant,

'othe Jliiotnorb'e
-Tamtema..Uonrmoe, t&c. &c.:t&c.

D. Department of State, Julyq 6, 1S11.

rive iE, iis the oran of y7t*1 imnT. r
[could be instrumentals' towardts re- ',,. "
a good understandingbetween both UOil Po'fi
tries, are too congenialt with o.ny ow ;i.60P'
on the subject not to be received ,*'; g/
hi-ih satisfaction. ,;
I have the honor to be, .', 1 ih.st
Consideration and respect, sir, yOul' *'
dient humble servant,





WVe have received' some L.,. ii,]th pl
pers of late ddtesi the. ininpftai: ',.o
Ltets of which however hw.ve beeii '0,IM
days ago published. 'li iii- ni7:.. 1i -
papers, on an.arrival fom nAm'crig:xt!H ii~
tillecd widt every false anid i'r ti.iu
stquil) that finds Its w..y if thro ii Vi:;tb'Pa
federal priiits. They sweep til6' 0.
lumns of these prints of their ITui in ab:t
:,nrd contents, and puiolish them -.S tf:
hi)itin the sentiments of the Al-ldei'lR
people As for their conini.erit ja.!
these extracts, we subjoin a Sp i.i ;h
The paragraph below, courteotiu l-c4-='
er, is extracted from tmat Cplt-..
truth and modesty The Courieor, i'tel 0i
one day flatly coitradicts wmat it P'I-
ed the day before, and stiltes oa i.V.
officers buccaneers whose *w vd -6SalliMt
be ptt in competition wthilthatt f 14 l
norabhle.British oHicers and as it'F MiUP,
nation, iAsolent and auydaciout& atd lilll
the miilcst epithet's lately appliedd .t i6
from the same pure source .
From some more Ar,.. ;.:,, .,. -ir'i,
though )lnot later tlian tile 4th Aiugnst, ti",
made si;die interesting extracts, wliih i t l-
foubid in the next page; In some of4' tilt .t
the disstisatction athecouduct 'I,,'. 'rHv eliti
nentil;.s gro\Tin to F'uch *i hbti-I-t, .t :i ,
tion from te tUnier. ',1n" 1 ,. '',
states in which this -pa 1, I-.,,| ..'
:are Miassachhsetts, Rliode Isian., ( "r I ,
and Maryland. The conduct ol' the ,'-"
with respect to tlhe Berlin and Miiaii D.- *
and his bias to Francee, as exposed by Mr. ,iqf.
have c:'eated the greatest disgusc The gi6"
Stricturs ipoen ilim wiich fill the Aitl eii:e
papers hi.ve recee.-cd no answer fronill his it:lt'
sans ; the stubborn facts disclosed by Mtr; ^ait/
remain, unrefuted, ,and all ..te "I,.'id''
fi'iends have attemnipted, is to ahau -i..d Wi;ii. V
they cannot answe.'. )nthe vioienoe :i u 'i d
rity of their ab ase they have h cnie'attilt' elkt l-
vantag.e, and we'doubt whether he ample I' .
ol I i,. ., or the IHalle at P ris, could i
ish coarser.terms' of invective, than th pli4LeIs, .
Li the interest of thie, President'."
In the middle cou.itry of the stat.P C,
North Carolina, a. very great fr..i .a ..
in the course of a few days' past WeMIP
away almost all the bridges anid tiflft-
danIms oir the water .courses nl that F=;
gion, 'injuring private property, .iid ifl=
terruptiig the progress of. tih ltd'i'
and travelling ; exhibiting .a strikiiBg
contrast to the climate her-, which hat
for ten days past been unustially @-
rene and mild. :The. teniperattifC- ~f
the air in this district, indeed, ha f0'&'g
mons'h past been more like that d' Aph)
than November.
A copy of tle National in 1 i;..:'.t
Extra, reached Pliiadelphia. Jt t-

SIihave had tie honor to receive vour letter i hv n ati' i =.-
the 2d inst. ia widchy vtt.express thi' rcg-ret biution, in that
Iis Royaldighihness the Priuce RIegent, at led one hundredd and forty imlile:'
e departure of ttie American Minis.ter' liv om
'eal.-8ritain, and state th[it it mas one of ihe The L.-gislature of Mirylhmd l ll o.
st acts oTtlis g'vc rm m mdt to apaotitt tti lEnvoy ,'o nlmT v himst. Tebi aa i 8tamsht/P1,/
ntramordintarv a:-d Minister 'lenipotentiaa- to
e Govermnicnt of the United States, wita a sq. was unanimously chosen Sp
:. of mimtaininithe sutbsist'insg rel-.ttUins of o(f tile House -of Delegates, aeid / Joll
endship between the. two couniLries, and thalt Brewer, Chief Clerk.
v.'as, solicituus to faciliuite an allia..b1e dis-- .ILLIAM HUNTElt, Esq. i Chosbii
ss.itn with the g-vernimcnt of thdie Unied a Snaitor of l United i Stes, fo it-
itces upon every point of difference which a r o h Unitd Staes, for t
I afisimn betWeen the two governments. sltte of Rhodc-Island, vice C/hristop/'iUrF
I am instructed by thle Presidenti to acknox.- G. Chain/din, resigned.
Lge VO you the great satisfItction, wV.hich lie -
S derived from the communication which The ship Lydia, arrived at New Ydi Oy?
i have made of thie disposition of His Royal brings London d-'ttes one day later' th:ij
ilmness, the Prince E -gent, to cultivate before rccivcd ; b'ut. b'rigs no addi-'
ndshilp with the United S'tat'e, and to as- tion o our stock of. ws. 'h i
r. you that tihe prompt and friendly measure, O o r to lws Te i
ich he adopted,, by the appointment of m was auch as hlie had been for ,Jltie
-vovyxiraordinaury andl Minister' I'lciipoten- weeks, no hopes existing of his 'f6d&'
-y to this country, to maintain the relations very.
friendship and facilitate an amicable discus-
i. uvcetry point of difference thait had aris.i 1
between the two governments is consider- CON R ESS.
as a favorable and interesting proof of that .-.., -T
am also, instructed by the President to state IN SENIATC. :
ready disposiiion lo'mieetin a similar s pi- OVE 1UMiinI. 7, 18 1 1
rhes' fra.ik and friendly aXiuranccs ofi the The Seunate concluded reading cefr-
nce; teg'ent, and that 'nothing" will lie want- tain pa:,ts of the do-umenits .laid' bdfti't-
n his part, consistent with the rights of C ss te President
United States, that. may be necessary to frongr.ess l uy tm ittetd :t..
mot, the re-establishment, in all respects, of Mr. GILEs submitted for consider'.
tgooid ... 1. i. ,,,,1;,..' between thie two coun- tion thin ; fbollvwing rcsoiutioins :
s,; wie. li',e conemideu's to beILtighly import- l Rsoli'd "Thati so much of ti i.. ,:'..'
to the i.lte-res:s of boh. the 1','esident of the United State as conc,'-Im
'mrmit. in' to add, sir, timat if, as 'he org-anu ,h] relaiiijns between the LUnited States vti['
my govcrno-'int, I c.in le in any 'l!'ree in- 1;'rauice ard dreatt lIritain, with the accoidif i'r
mmenial, in concert with you, inl promoting niinlm;" documents, be r, fi'r.ed to ia select Coiift
i a t s'uilt, ,t shall' derive f'iom it a very ninie, with instructions to examine amtd i''-
tt atnd ;,iicere sattisfaction. t .t'reon to the Seulate; arlnd tirtt-uhe 1t '6or '
I i.avj tilt holler to be, &c. L.mittce have leave to report by bill, bilidq OF
(Signed) JAS. MONROE. otherwise.
at. avna Tta' mtnl. -'oin. Iolei'd, That so much of tlhe ttmssm, f F
aititon Jl s the i'itlent o, the. Uniteil Stats as .
tia,-'ton, Jii Ci ,.ne .ul-tit-r hetW cm all Aimerica'n fi8.1e"
lb.-' wave to acknowledld thea receipt of aud am nB-itish r ip O' wu', witi the ac ..af.-
* i'tcmr dati.d ycs e iday It allms 'er to minie yitK toc.,n-mns, ha rer'i-d to an seh-... cost-
'e 2d i.L. ;alil to assure ou-il *VO it gx'vcs iti Wct. w i n- : -s\reVtions d ec'ama td. Sar, ti'(
V,: : s0inic-rc iSt 'C to 'ave to lW ;.in.-;llit :antl 'e- ortI lite- Oll tu tlc Scliat. .
he pu, pos. of bL i mi" I aid b'f. i'c is tR v'- L t',',/V,,, I.:t :,lo mit lof d th m essa I'
.hn,:ss i,,, Priac,: E. .t ac mng in t'-, I't't'es'iint oi tle Uni teid Sit es as rm 't'.
'itt d !-): bim" bchai' of'o hils .1 so sa- i l the -va-;io ln a.m.ti iti.i u m',;ns .ll tile .Ntel -
"O, t t .i-i,niny or tihe amti bl it ,t. r ial Iw. teutetJ,; I r'' e r'-d t tom a i slect co
i ica" i1r1 de of hu 'tat i u 'wi, 1wi insttiuctions to exa rmine rtC the
,eceuivced i.ne mint'tamc.sa and iassul'ic- of subj ct ind report thiereon o tlc Senat.. r '
.;y' d;-spa sitlon on lde p. rt of iiL, 5,v.,d that the committee t ave leave to report'by biil,
it e lt1,ad h :td a;s, >isltby tbill., or i eni et -.s: .'ssa .
h co mma); t l t tioe h tlhemI tsinrt of nite iCU d t e l s m'i ,it
S : ..:'.chTres thmere't,, lIe ..d ri;.l ti. -,
me ass' ra" -s w; h o'l hCveaOtted, sit, i -' L't r:, with i, ilsructill o11 ti .t ml
S i'm'";ant-ti itt'at t 'u lt y am1 '., m t ~i po'in t tim-; e ii-t -i.
;,g ratiia~rn,,n t hit Vni t'WuiC. ),U :ed' :, t'.,_-..," :4qo' "

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t'.i i *it. .. -,,..;.-re-(tc-c nave 'seave to A jxmadrira, Novj. 7.
ort b hilt, iils o. r ot"ifi.wisc. .A. friend halfavored us'with a samtiiple
Nd"iviui-ti.8 8. of Stri'. hcrries now p.ro ingin Fairfax
'Tie a':st risifutio.i yesterday .-:t- county (Virginia.) They are perfectly
ie tI y Mr. Giles was taken up tand ripe, an-d of good flavor. Such a curi-
;,i''! Ti ', -" i "j, '! i,;ii; Lloyd, Bradlcy, Pope, history of Agriculture. J.'t. Gaz.
pt o'iiteri a coonliti : a iccordingly. r----r l
y h tluirmVd was alsp .greed to, and I .rtfo,'d JVbv. 4.
lis's.h~pjjri ofi Mo T'ylor, W Gilnain, On Wednesday last, the General Assembly of
this stale closed their Oct. session at N. Haven.
(i9'fji]i ir1.!) d Ai dci-rso.n OppoUilId tedi Ath i. session, anact passed,incorporating anew
(to..tlhtP'P ti:frgoa. bankk by thIe n.mne Of"' The Eagle Bank," with
....0. sir" i.,n of the second ad r o c:.pield of 9750,000 of which sum C500,000
fri I'. 1 *..t "p itpo .ed t is o bec pail in eight insialm;ents, aint the re-
if nrdier %hen directed by the stockholders.-
,'.i,,:,'."" .. .' .. Anoil r act passed, making promissory notes
irAI. ti7:-; J t:lt.Jl. ".ive'notice "hat oni fir. 1hIe suin of 335 and more, and payable to
i' .... olioitld i-sk lea e "toLbring' i' ordr," or "'bearer," negoci.bl3c. This law en-
a i' wI further pr ovisuion -lor' thei tiril clhan"ges the state of things a ith regard
Cti 1. n i'-] hi sh .r tothis species ofpaper, and places Connecticut
... ('ts itont.a footiig with most.oftheother states in
hi .r/htsls: i, TJ!i1t so muluch of the 'Messag of Frankfort, (K.) Oct. 23.
owl tf lf ti91t y llCt Unit;d St.-tes as relates to INDIAN EXPEDITION. -
)(lt| .lit.iJ be reercdi to it select cor.lmin.ttec The last account we hae received fionmthe
iL (.Xliinill iP i thl suicjct a. It tlat tie comUrn- Indians of the Wabash, states thatthey iad eni-
n0ii, (;'VP Ipay t reFort hi) buit -oru thucriuse." bodied to the number of about 2,200, andl.hita
Ainjoturmc(l tQ M!ord;.: y. a. issrrumed a very hostile attitude. (overi'orr
S...... --- Harrison and his -troopsh l-d advanced a:rainst.
Il'iS 0p' UIt.ERES'E8NTATIVES. hem teo' the distance of about 70 miles from
-........ Viicejies, and lhad erected al folrt, which at
T'hiUGpAy, No'v. 7, 1811. the last dates was so well fortified as to leave
S A !t.i ','! t. tt 'ta"1t I; b) Mr. allitchull, n) roiomn to apprehend, immediate danger fl-oin
@0 9dpl'ilt) thd e s-i'crval standing ':on- the Indians. 'The liiuians had, however, forbidl
lllW1->b ujt.i Zi1 isb. n o"i tIe question the Further advance of iJarrison and his party ;,
jo-l [)t 19 [ Z. .i Iu 7e.ll, 11 t,0o anid also inlorrrmed them they sralo ld not retreat
'b.'. fotitit. liQ by ar', : rUL:--l, adllri ire .irom the fli_---as anu errl'ie't Osi their sincerity,
hoi.s. t' dt1ipf(I. 't, appoint the conmutl- th .y had shot one of the sentinels. In conse-
5t!11 ol etri. ; tie remainlcier of the qucence of these hostile appearances, Harrison
T h1l t 1i on) Oil tpI stmggcsuiol 01 v hir. has written to General Welts, of Jetlerson
Si d --f; 9 -l tQ lic ois e Irc t,,.i. county, and the corhmandinig officer of Shelby
il, f!Hie! -l tr riuri^- C0tv, in this sttt-,e requesting themi-to'raise
-iht Ai iqIvirf pi.j'eyputicd the petition as mi-ny as' r'ie hundred volunteers at least,
0i -!1 i "t.i 09itiy tmIinnpiil.lmn of tie with the utmost dispatch. General Wellis we
.i.ttjl" tr Lti ,oil (1t Jplin PP. Iuitgs riorit, undersim,hd, lad mustered about 180 volunteers
'1i h Wii i l(lt.'d tie .above coin- Friday last, and yr.as expected to leave
S,:: .-.. .. o on-Louisville on yesterday fobr Vincennes with his
'*'a menu. 'i'he officers 6f the- militia ,f Shelby
'",iitn.,, ,', o .s'' .. ," net n 'Shetlb vile o an Fridt 'l'rst, fmr tlie pr.i.
S in of yesterday pose of consulttint on the propriety of governor
..-. ,'.,,, n on ol yesterday Harrisonl's request; anud itis believed if' Gover-
Si :,,t tl; t?' standing commit- lnor Scott will commission the officers who may
l-. 't .:i:'n Up i l atigreed to. The be chosen by the volunteers, and sanctions this
thil(e m 'h fvi'er appointed by tihe ndl)e of, raising n.en, more thitn a sufficient
S, 1 .' noite nbeer will mariht immediately to the aid of
I'I.'!,.@i! l tll6s. tis u'onnhittees will IHarrison. Governor Scott has bheen waited on
11 lhPe .ri i'f'i lt tlI'to-mIorrow. by a messenger scht by'General Wells: butwe
t *'ii'i' if 1!r0. .araon, have not .heard the result of the mission.
S;' ..1..; at corimittee be ap- "" i: ie above, we have understood
.....ti TO l h bil f a -... irnistered on yesterday'; and
il t Iig ill bill f1r ttge theCoi Abraham 1.,0,1Pli, t o f 1. t;ves alrrond. e
trt.!0,,rliltm 'l' ;' .'j -' ui. "es amon voluImite-red their services as captains. VWe have
9 th Y u-i1'.Jtr! P .htt C.0 t0r10ng to the third not learited what number of men Volunteered,
Ill .)i t!,1il "11 ,b,-', it is presumed each 6f those officers will
Mt 1. hr) Dp0tcid an memoria- of -rise a, company.-Thiompson Taylor, Esq. of
!!*n "i" 'a mc*iifi \i J ef- 'iei'rson coul@N', Ia;,P volunteered lis services,
ieBli j'il h"rii-! iid 'Alcxander Rich- and has raised abnot 40 volunteers, and if the'
r' .i3' l'-.hi'l.t.'i t j O: N vt'wlut'ry'port, 'in Governor, will commission him, there is no
tiLt'.t.s, tt..Ati'il! that under tine doubt but lie will raise a company of men,
7 :ii .t i ;!ih'"- dc'rees of Bet0lin We arec inclined i.-. bI, li-.vc the number .of i
SA-t f-l s Indlm ns sadi to be. rl '-.,- ....- (2,200) is exag-.
ga.1- ..t.l theIm br-i t.im? Alhxander, laden tilt number are embodied. ""
With I .is-hR .p ',-. :v h.- N spuies in i'-t 'y, u
ald n 11 heP ilyilvl itt th,t, port, in D,- LATEST RM POshi .'
I 1 I e ed esterd e received Lisbon papers to the
1hilt 01(t 93/ 1. gI t i'r ent, anii pray- 28dtu epItember, by the brig Ctoromandel, capt.
ing i, l,' ., U t 'r : I I h ttheii ase .' .s irey .. .. .
111\0 'i'ihhi) .'n, i ,'i i ,:,i. i in .r., ,.., iW e do not find in them any letters from thei
it 1I I ., 11 .il I t I t. to Ti case nty re- Grand Armies, n.or any information of any'
1 novin-leiits therein. .
il, if l the .Comniaittec of Tie verbal atcounIts state, that nothing had
iulltl1lre n lilltid hll11t|Ctures. occurred in bhe arnmies.
The ft8ll6Wing miTc'.`"ige' was received Gen. lellesteros was at Al'.'ziras, where the
from1 the- Pl'eside'it ." '.'. United Stlates. French were expected to.mtuke an attack ; and
b'Mr Cltis his iergetar try.' hte had-mad preparations to repel it. '
Byll8 hMcrishal.Beresfiorld had his helad-quaters necar i
T@ fe" ~Nfte ant i Id flt, ofRcfir.resen- Lisbon, from whence -he was sending reinforce-
tatHesto! t/ he U, States. ments to the Portuguese army.
'T niW itry bf'p Copigress two let- The grand army is stationed in Portugal in
,tho he sii -'-tftm t of State, onie two large columns: the 1st, ruder Lord Wel-
Wtalt to t a mortn t ofStatc, one lington, has 23,000 b'i'antry, ind 4000 cavalry,
Irpl the pl' Proit .senipotentiary of in front of Aimeinda; the 2dcolumn under Gert
'i ,'lie.e1 tlh otl'l frogm his pretdeceszior, Hill, has 15,000 infantry, and 2,500 cavalry; f
which WePC. Ao ill'ilied among the de- iboring a line from Elvas to Ciastello Branco; t
Ui t Ollipinyhig my message of each column is strong in artillery. The Portu- t
ot. 3f liy emia of .tguese troops under Gen. Beresbord are now well 't
lilti. inllt, tht., tl'lltit of them not, disciplined, and commanded by British officers ; (
b@lDS thil !l 0tipil'lt.h they have no anmunt in cavalry, but their infan- l
JAMES MADISON. tr.y, effective in tldie field, is 62000 ; and ten
'vte w!ib ?l 1 11. regiments of riflemen are now raising, which
Start; by far the most useful troops, on account
Re-adhtlld 5000 CopiCs ordered to be of the rocky and mountainous state of the coun,
p1 ilitf, try.
*M r, AaelCl laid on the table for con-i The French are weak in Spain, andarenow
idtratiolll it IM'u~olutlln form instructing. concentrating themselves ats fast as possible, to
titt Ctllflhthlt.t1 Ui to enquire-i- prevent the desulto. y warfati'e of the Spaniu'ds.
the Ccinlltiittee deleiittis to enquire ili- r PALIFx, ocT 23
55ALIFAX, OCT. 23.
V t ttii OiRlrtlly ttf tpeoalinig orinodi- The ship Orion and cargo, captain
fy)l.g etfatihl PtUtlm Of .i. statute oti i-. Smith, from Virginia, bound to Heligo- i
ittl.tloii S land, was condemned thisday at the court
A 'reolution wds adopted for appoint- of Vice-A dmiralty, for breach of.bloc,.
iBK t"WO ehAplaillea to'literchange week- kade and coincealing papers. c
ly btW ienl tel t Weo t1o1is. The following American. vessels ard a
A Wi0er t OpfetUt'hionlt a private na- now lying here detained, viz. ship Lau- t
il'e WA U 'yttie d iid referred. rel, brigs Express and Dove.' Tile trii-
Au 'jumi l.d l Nlida) al of the L.urel will come on the 28Lh,
and it is our opinion .she will be con-
s.et Pft a t' ft w /wi tshe apercargo of the deimned ; tihe-tial of the Express will l
Ul If; tf thew sidirty ic I'ilnung- w follow nextin course the brig Milo
tw, (At' Q. dcated the lt ofi June 1811, at t
THs and cargo will be sold on the 28th. &
t.y lagt was dated ths 9th of April from Flour is scarce at this place, at .16 -,
itlate--s-timce then, I hav6 e.per;enced much dollars.: .1i
r,;,, i ,,in le&thl0t, t whi-tlh I shall give you a The following vessels of warfare now t
pair tIQlas' "et nt.=We Seid firotmi Gibra.ltar
the otl Q rApil Uati' Inu0voy of the Engishi lying hl.reu Oct. 26, African 64, Spar-
tbr ui'1war the Altil, It cimp ny with 12 tan, Gueri ier, Ealus, and Matilda fri
8aia tlut f tt ne whutl surs was uiobrtuniate. gates ; Tartarus, Atalanta, I-nd Saphyr
Ithh dUleti .tslilngiuset, Qn the 10lth oh -Aay, sloops of war ; orie three masted sciir.
1eitn t th l .slw "l. 'i e". r uvn ha ndo others ; the Belvidera sailed on the
t-ut tit t t abreast of 24th lor Belcrmuda; and ftriom thence for
li. anth p'n'ite' t took *-0* anid earned us. tlire coast o1 America-; the Gtue'rier
I: 'et.try poQatil.e ei".ns to get th.. ves- was to sail this dlay, and is painted black,
t, roieam.tl.j inl "-'loa. 4t (g bly siuporud tr y witlih red streak iarouitri andt back
t1t ,ti i a uti6. i till iriv au l aouit.rtps m."sts ; the Sphyr is painted the santin
foe rtrcrty'r-tiphr 'ol.b'g-- htr. haes dua.ly, anri a ir
ts\ul .s d tkin t...i. i.,.titn U -an t'i, ''ire oper..orruin as will soil igirli in lour week ; Airmirual
sit ,t vy lIhs aId. Cia ... i mne. in ttia w.n\ ycr embarks or B3ermudla in the
WLnr tht try jhum 1i.-, \tt:0 hait ii t ibt i '" "" -l'rtcuta.
t-tt \-3 l tiIti ,itai -us- all oblai thi e. coil- -o r
tlitUt i:tiita, stfo rut.lt it 'n1 with caupt. Ga.'s pro- From the Lrouiiana Gazette.
iC S 'I. t tswt a i\ pui iri, init'l y Otiers.- lit. IARI.ESS
a, !, ^e 1^ U .v1.. Il Mucii is .id about British traders,
a. titt t;.-ai tit.ul i a.privateer ltas taken nut to no purpose; they \ ishi it seems
tt: i .i.'ti-- ts,'i, 'i.anti, ot New-ior;k, carnty thl ir point in some manner, in de-
TO"Ut titit'tt lit sr.ui'-s lr-- ai a ttie "ili o,'l a t :nlt e of govcrnmellnt ului thie different

l, .u-t in Nr \. s rl -S i OU 'eni, 'nrom ihc o-sts. By certain inform'' tatio th c net
t-'tar ti.a.:,t- < 'e-t;{i salt fEr Nev.-Yo.k. h,.s svt rai passed by fort M'chiliintmti-
"'Al \l-:. ...s 1 '.s nt\re.r-< .A 'drir-i, u'' nclh'ut uhe ct;rev nl c, witli a ti lteir indio- to resist with
tan .- .i, tt**'. thu i taK: r ti 5.utr.e<.. lii lq. tnii"i.uiti! i.he .i n if' unItiel;el ; tie mtOSt active part
W ............. t'-, i...-'" h runta i.ty -.a ns t iii tita sini tggitig aftiair
41. .5-.itA tVv^.i_:eeA s'oa.-u.i a eveo go in 'y Robirt Dixoni, \\io has- arrived at
tier/at-a.lt tiia t!^. ^':'."8it e. ] r, P'Ire ( 2 tchen 'wilh i~e'veral bouts, and a
-*' "nt isu Wfli. artxiet>,'ta. ." here obliges iie to hIas .lnded tel'-q a'n equipment cit up-

S'ta.t tit4a ,*M -a'. ;s n&I,' to ire irlehtriutard, v'. rds fui < ighity pic s -of t strotis, c.C. i
thA.iLi h.te Three loat5 l.tvn deie:endted .tire Jli

'sissippi with sixty pieces, there-~watsan'
(qu imerit to le left ,at the portage of
the Ouisconsinri which was not done,
,ut. trhe goods were taken to St.. Louis.
At. Micihilimakinac the person employ.
cd by Mr. Abhot the Collector was
knocked down iy Michael DousmaIn,
when he was in the act of seizing smug-i
gled articles, and thirty 'tour pieces of
Strouding were smuggled at the same
.time into the town 6oNM.akinaw. Things
..ppear. to run high,' and some method,
ought to be taken to put a stop to tinis
by our gEoocrnmrent. .R. Dixon hus tde-
par'ted from Prairie'du Coren with Rol-
lette ; they were guided by 100 Fol-
les Avoines and a 150 Puants. Other
boats have gone upi the 'Missouri.
I a "m.vot'rs, .. : ;
S' AAC1TtZ ." '
St. Louis, Oct. 12, 1811

wA/ ': meeting oj'the ci.'izens o/' the city
qf Washington, held at Davis's Ho-
Stel on Saturday the 2ndV November.
MosEs YOUNG, wus appointed Chair-
than,. Clharles Glover Secretary.
On motion it wias
Resolved, .thal Elias Bt. Caldwell,
Moses Young, Ilenry Helford, Roger
C. Weightma n and JQseph Cassin, -be a
committee to' draft a memorial, to. the
Post Master General praying the estab-
lishment of the Post-Office of this City
in a more central situation-and that
the said committee submit the same for
the signature of as many of the citizens
ias they many deem proper.,
. It was further Resolved, that the
proceedings of the meeting be publish-

SC.LOv',. .. Chairman.
C. GLovxss, '.ecr.etifr'y.'s "

U: 'L> Itu be., '
Info msn the. t PVl lc i. t lie di-uws
In Water Colors on Vellum, 6 .Family Groups
Inm tle.'s.,me 'manmner"- He likewise executes
Mlmiaiurets on Ivory, and answers for the most
periteC. likeness
lie. piints Portraita in 1- rge in oil ; and .lso
undc:rt'.-kes Oil P: inting of every description
connected with his branch of the, art. The
whole at u moderate price.
. eting in possession ot a considerable and
very 'v. i .ble collection of Drawinga, of hi.3
own execution, taken previously to hts ,.rriv- I
in this country,, in the most celebrated ac-'.del
mies of EtuI-ope, he intends to devote them to
the advancement of Pupils,' by'establishing a
Lrrawifig School, iii which they will be dispel. -.
edt for the inctilc-Atidt of correctness and taste
among the Schoklrs.. He will, me-anwhile, 'p-
propriate .a portion of Ihs timre to private in
strniction in tmhe different kinds of Dra.wing.;-
Am iteurs -re invited to itt inspection of his
collection of pictures, (of the first masters,)
%yhich lie will widh.ipj.easure exhibit at any timc,
in his leisure hours, if previous notice be
givenr to him.
Price of :Prcfi;ls', i.- u, ...3 dollar.
Fullf ice Bust, on do.: 5
Miniature, on ivory, 10
Lidies anm Geintlemen, who, may incline to
honor him wit h their comni, nds, are invited
to c-. at Mr.. sapinmne's Book-store, on Cipitol
Hill, -or at Mr. Julian.'s, F street, who will
receive the address of any applicant, when
D. Bludon will do himself the honor of w.it-
ng on his patrons. '

Pennsylvania.avenue near the Cemure Market,
BEG le-.ve to return their warmest .thanks to
their friends and the public in general
or the favors they h.ve been honored with in
heir Dry Good Store, soliciting at the s:uine
line a continuance .of those favors this t'ill, as
hey h ve received an eleg.mt .ssortment'of
OQODS, which they now offer a great de I
owee than the present situitlion of trade would
entitle an expectation,, und as low '.s last Fall.
'They have also received ai few elegant sets of
Chimney Oinaients,
Pimch GLasses and Jelly db.
Also received onr commission,
10 bbs. B ltimore proof Rye Whiskey, ind
10 do. C. GCii, also Btltimore proof.,
And further for sale,
3000 lb fresh Butter in lkags.
for 3 horses with a good hly lol't-enquire at
lhe store, ad .
SAM. STETTINIUS also wishes toengsage ai
youth of'helrut 16 or 17 ye;irs of age from the
;ounltiy, of good connextons and character, to
attend his T..vertn buIsiness on C street, facing
lhe Market. Apply vt 'the store.
November 9--3t.&Wtf
IL"ttlMOVA. ,
W. COOPER respectfully informs the pub-
ic, that hlie.hs removed his',
o the oPn nuiy/rvnitia verue, ..on the Vorth side,
,etwrenu the/.Thatre and Centre lMarket, andr
tearny opposite kMr-,. H'rfr/bd's Jir'wery; where
i, oltierr- tir-s le, at 1 rge colli.dcLto of .M'usie,
to which lie hls ltely mAle considerable
.ddit ions s
Amaontgst tlhe new songs are. the following ;
Sigh not for love
Ii h-ve lov'd thiee
Oh ce'.se deor youth
Bdo.t Sung in Lady of the Lake
()h come swet .ltass
b laho on the rock of
''ire Day of Love .
The N3 -id of oe. ton V-le
J'hle usoldmer sliimnb'ring
Tlihe butterfly's 3.11 alid the grasshop-
per's Fe .bt
Th, Pit P.t' flirobbin, in my breast
li ',t I o' 'this trn- c i've. t',ik'd .f Love.
lie has .Iso received, by the Willii-.ni Ea-
.oil, f'roin New York,
Two eieKgnlt N e glish Pianos of .superior
j quality
P. ie't l,rites with one, four & six keys
Best lI.li.in Violin Strings
I'i no Wire, &-c &c
Wliich lite wl sarii tfor Cash on moderate

(.." italirtng execu:.ted with nccur-cy andl
hIrp -tch. Nov. 9-2.;w3t.

W\ANTE l),
wo kit u idr maer I aster vorki n. The best w.-
,es wii. hIc rvel A)p!'y .t Mrt. Stoddert's
t!'bll, urne cr u:tel l 1 ti' It. i B id';e.
N' "emri-h' 9 -

," ... o, ge-Ti 6t f, Li. s ,.- .
TiE ousuh.crber will se dr lease on ground
rent one hundred nid ninety feet of ground
on p'.rstreet, in George Town. le' rly oppo
site the B nit of Columnhi, -and the same
number of feet on Pitt Street, which fronts- to i
die rivelr. .This ground m.iy-he laid off to
suit purchasers ; is in a healthy Pnd agreea-
hie pr:.t of the town, tnd commands i-.n ex-
tensive view of the river Potom,c, For terms
of s le :apply to FRS. LOWNDIS,
N .vrnmber9 -3t.

By order of the Orphans Co 'rt of. Prince
George's County,
Will be sold atpubhe s.Ie for cash, on Tues-
d,.y the thiud..y of Decewiber niest, at the l..ae
dwelling oF .iice Davall, deceased, twelve
or fiften bou)g negroes. The's.-ie to begin
st eleven o'clockL in the forenoon.
FlEUtK. P. L- DUVALL, Executor.
'.'rC: ,-, t -*, 7- ----.-. -

*>',l... d.. l liUi. i,-',:l 1n q 1 \' i 1 e .,
Says lie w..s' sold by a Mr. Wickel', Dorset
C ,nty, F- 'stern Shore, 12 or 13 months ago,
to a Mr. Thompson,. st.te of Georgia,. where
hew.s carried, and from whence he made Ins
esc pe. Jim.is about 5 .feet, 3 pr 4 inches
luhgh, suppmsedto be 34 years of age, coinm-
moniy b l ik nid well set, h-s a scar over hi.s
right. ye, and one opposite his lefif eye. IHull
on, when committed, an' old oznabrigsa hirt,
N:.nkeen piant .loons, old jacket ird wool hat.
His m,stcr is rquetL.Ced io' release him froin
jail, orIC'wdl be soWlagreeablv toliiw.
JiICORD, Sheriff'
Nov.- 9A- .A t'"rupdil 'linti,'
WAOuLvs rurl'tiN r .Ov.elt. .e
T he subscribers have ftoriied a -comnpr.ny
for erecting most extensive grin powder m:i
nufactory adjoini.lg the seat of the general
gIovernirent. Alter selecting ner tlie city
ithe most eligible spot as pointed ouit by an ex.
perienced .rt ist, they have employed Mr
Mitchell, the gentleman who bu!t Mr. Du
pout's null at Brandywine, ai.d MAessrs. Bul-
lItS, Dec:atrr, ,lid Nicker's inills at Blielville,
ne,,rNew-Yorlc, for erecting their wolks on
t.he most FIllIa(ld scale i iL improved princi-
ples. 'They hve also secured experienced
taei to conduct theme cl.)iicMil operations &f-
tcr..tltiVo'k, is l. -id, .nd they wIO carry
into 'tile e -,LJ,. 'c lhieir own chemnc,. .
knowledge. Wih these a.dv ii ges, inid an
-.nmpl c..pitd," exceeding any occupied in the
SAlne business in anryp.rt of uius country,
they caiculte, ull- i. the encour. g-ement of
lh.it business, ifrnislhed by'the iil ,biaiants of
the whole b-,jils UPl1 [Ii.: li,.i c. "lTie im-
portance of having such i nutf. stories near
home, it is huped, uil secure thile greatest
sh i.e of the s-les to the wiesern ,.r.d southern
country. In six months they wil be nking
gunpowderr, ani in the t:e-n time wail enter
into contracts for the delivery of any qumnti-
ties at stated periods, as weli as for the pur-
chase of saltpetre ind sulpnur.
November 9...

ith, slmoe tacir wS..iI..a al ois.ie o0 .,.
privt-e sile, that be.iutifulseai c ,tled Moun -
tain Prospect, the residence 'of the L,.te Ito.
bert 3. Voss, 6tsq. it is situated in the county
of Culpeper, Z8 miles from the towns ct fi're-
dtricksOiurg snd r.illinouih, ,-nd colt-,ins .a-
bout seven lituundred -cres. The chl:racter of
tiils land is very superole ; ie is well :;d.,pted
to the prOductiun of .thle tlud crops of crn,
wheat, (tc..rnd very tiivorabie to the growth
ot every species of gr ss. It is well supplied
with iabut d-Aiice of 1cv.cr: ii)g: ;,,, ,,.- "1,,
buildings upon this fIrm. arei uiusu.-ily excel-
lent: comprehending a dwelling house, office,
and a'll other out-houses which tre requisite
and convenient upon' a f-rm, formed ot the
best materials, rnd constructed and fixed up-
on the most commodious plan. Few situa-
tions, it is believed, c.an boast of more re.
commendations than this. It stands in the
midst of a respectable an4 healthy neighbor-
hood, of which it commands an extensive and
pleasing view. The spot itself is rendered
uncomiponly delightful by gleat labor and
p+ias. Trees of the most approved descrip.
tion and of various kinds hve been selected
i.nd arranged in the most -dvantageous and
tasty minoner, forming a scene of rural leau.
tV rarely to be found in the st'-te. It is hoped
a seat so desirable will. oon, engage the t.
tension of some purchaser to wivh.n the terms
will be made as etsy as tle lt'.,irs of the es.
tate will allow. A part of the moneywill be ex-
pected in csh, ,nd an accommodating credit
will be given for the bal:ane, the purchaser
securing the p .yrment of it by a lien on the
land. Should it not be sold previous to the,
first day of Jfnuary next; it will be rented
for one year, (there will le sown on the land
this f.11 from 1l20 to 150 bushes wheat.) Also
fifteen negroes, consisting of men, women,
boys end girls, very likely, for whom cash'
will be required; Mr. George Fitzhugh, who
lives ne.a, will show the 4nd and negroes to
any one inclined to buy.
SAMUEL GORDON, Sole Executor.
F,urtltouith, November 9-2 .Wv2n.
N O i'lCr-A gentilemln.a ialuey arrived from
i diniborotigh, ,t the Uniuersity of which
city lie received his eduettion, wishes to be
employed either in some respectable literary
institution, or as a private tutor in ..ny gentle.
main's family The Gretk ,nd L tin 1.gua.
ges hve, during the course of the adverti-er's
.cademicil studies, been the principal object
of ittention-lnd he is re;dy and willing to
submit to the most rigid examination The
advertiser too re.ds, translates .nd speaks the
French lsngu.ge fluently. The most respec-
t ,ble references in both countries will be given.
Application m'.de itthis office, by addressing
note to W. it will be attended to.
Nov 9- sop 3t.

W AS committed to the jail of Washington
county, District ifoniumbia, pn the 17th
of October last, a BLACK GIRL, who calls
herself Sally D .ngerfield a, nd sysslhe is free
n td t.ht she ll.s mother llving'in Alexandria
by the name of Milly Wane. She is five feet
high, says is 14 years old ; hi.d on when com-
mitted a cotton frock amd c:Atton shift, & no o-
Iher clothes with her. Th' owner, ift any, is
desired to come airi rove her "nd take lier i-
1v. y or s be so I for her it fees anid o-
ther expeicea as the i.w directs.
g. Tl PPETT, keeper of the
JTail for W. Boyd, Marsh.l.
Nov. 9 -w3t

W ILL he sold on Saturday the second d-y
of November next, at thIe j inl Waslih-
,ng county, district of Cocumbi-, for his j il
tee, it black m.:n by the n-me of WILLIAM
JOHNSON. lie is bout 23 years of age, five
f -et three inches high, .nd of a veiy dr cou:n.
S-..le to commence.tt ten o'clock. Terms .of
sAe cash.
C. TlIPPET'', Keeper r.:'the jail *
for IV. ieryd, '.i r-hrl.
I1l18 i) \"s'(th.. 9ih> li :,r.;r;. )

-C' rcuie Court of the )istric oL i
the county of0Washington, min tl"; se of
John ?.at rNi,, .d.m.i. o aIn"',nt
"Vilianm f Charles Laigti S
I* ag-.inst .
T7i Blaagg asnd the letYt- and1,a_
preseetatides of George Wa'lkuer. D) t.
The object6f the bill is to obt in a decree
"for the slide of a Rnumber of Lots in the .city ikf
I The bill states th't on or bout the twenty-
third diy of January, ;n ithe ye r of our Lord.
- eighteen hundred and two,' .Geore W Iker,
one of the'ilefend nts hbove n ir ed,'being
Siftldebted to the'saidl Willi ,in -nd ;Charles
Si igltt, 'in dite svmtnof ei-liteen.thlmrs nd eight
hlindred nil twenty doil. rs and tweaty-six
cents, and to secure thile p ymnat thereof coly
veved by.deed cdily ex !oud l find 'ecsorldel, 1i
number of Lots in the ctyv of Washington to'
John Btbgge, in trust to selIl the s'.id Lots, ands
'with the proceeds thereof to dlsch rge .the
debt and interest due the in-est-'te., that some
time in the year t tlhe s- id Wim-
. nd Chls. L:nght both died intesthte, *nd n'd-
miuistrationolt ill nd singular the goods nd'
chal tels,, rights nd credits which were of6 ihet
s id Win. nd Chris. Liight have been grA'nt-
ed to Johini P. V-n Ness, that since, which.
time the s. id George Walk'er h th ilso d ,iart-
ed this life with tl ,u-ny relatives or .teirs,
known to the complainant. The bilt r:,ls
sntes, that the s-id satn of money alboye.
mentioned hlith not been p'id, ,nd tir t John
131. gge, the other deftend.,nt, is a resideift of
Site city of New-Y .rk, l:nd nvtlout the juri.-
diction of this court. .It is theretup.i-n Hi, -
venteenth.day of Septembtr, 1811, :djidg. d
- .1 ,r eicd,0, i.lt ie' or !i it'b i ,
L '' .-} "d, thi,-i ,.1,.r to be iniser'ed for 6 weeks.
successiveiy inlthe Nict.ional IIntelligencer be-.
fore.the.fcurth Monday in December next,
give notice to the sid Jolmhn llagge, and the
heirs ann representatives of George WVlker'.
if uny there be, to appear, in flthis court, on
or before the s. id fourth Monday of Decem-
ber next, to shiew c use, if any they h(,ve,
why a decree should not pass as prayed. "
By Order Wil. BliaN'T, R.'g.
',pipemob-r 22. 1R11 Nov. 9-6w
l CHANc....' or'OBaiit a<, t1811.
f lugh. JlcGidre,
versus .
Samunel Coolidge, ./'h /iue 8-wife, .TohnIallep;-
:turi', S'-eatli.ll'piUt-u, nun J'atricus .ilipbur..
Ti'IU object of the bill filed in this case, is t:
obtain a decree for the sale of a L '.rth the
improvements ihereon in the t0.c 1 AI.ip -r
M.rlboro in Prince Georges county, whereof.
l'rnk. Leeke died seized, for the I:yine o. 'f
iis debts.' .
The bill states tlist'the said Pr:.nk Leeke
died intest, te, leaving a 'brother Si muel Leeke
his heiis rr, to w esthom.tes r es ete des (d,
Samuel Leeke made'.will .mnid devised all.
his estate to his unicle S'muel Iep-
burn, who .is since dead, leaving S ,miuel J.
Coolidge and Mary his wife, John Hepburn'
,.nd S-rah Hepbiu it.of l;wful ,age ind [ -.iicus
llepburn i minor his children niid legal repre-
sent.tives;. thxt the said Frnk 'Leeke left no
personal estate, but died seized of the Lot.
with the improvements tliereon is d'hovemep.
d-i-he hill ilso state that the defendant.-a
Samuel J. Coolidge and Mary his wiie reside
out of the state of M.-ryh-nd. It is thereupon-
adjudged 'nd ordered th >t the complainant by.
causing a copy o.f this order to be inserted
once ii each of three successive weeks in the
Nitio-l Inteltigencer before the first dayy of'
December next, give notice to the absent dw-.
fend-nts to upper in this court either i a person
ot sq: eiicior oi ."r before the.first..A3od.y.
in April 11), to sheiw Ce -.e (if iny they have
why a decree should not pass.as ptlyed,
True copy,
T""st N ich. Brelimer, Reg. Cur. Ca .
November 9-w3t

R"'HE subscriber begs leave to inform the,
public, that he Is now opening, in the-
house formerly occupied. by Simuel fI. Smith,
Esq. on the Pennsylvwni. Avenue, nearly op-.
posite D vis's Hotel, it gerei',l assortment of
Ladies' snd Gentlemen's SiHOES and Gentle-
meo's BOOTS.
H-aving visited the cities of B .ltimore, Phi-
ladelphia and New-York, for the [,prpo-e ,if
nimking purchases, he has made sich arrange.
ments with some of the most approved work '
men of those places, as will enable him to keep
a gener2 ? .nd constant supply in the above iLie,.
inferior-to nQne in the District. He therefore
trusts that his friends and neighbors will find
it theiu interest to give him cill.-' He ex-
pets, by the fi'st.. arrivals from Philadelphia
and New.York, addition : Supplies.
N. B. Playing Cards of tlih best quliity.-,
Also a few TRUNKS,
Nov. 7.

By virtue of a deed of trust from Daniel M'Car.
'ty and Margaret Matilda Snowden, his wife,
to us the subscribers, will be exposed to
Public Sale, on 8SatronnA, the 11th day of
January, 1812i at the Coffee-House, in Alex-
ON the river Potomac, lying in Loudon coun-.
ty, state of Virginia, known m as M'Cartyts Is-
land, and Sugar Land Tract, or so much there-
of, as will be sufficient to pay the sum record-.
ed in said deed.
This property lies about twenty miles above
George Town and the city of Washington, and
the Island part of the property, containing
300 acres, is known by it productions to be the
most valuable and desirable land in either the
states of Maryland or Virginia, and with proper-
cultivation may be made to produce 100 bush-
els of corn per acre. A great proportion of
this tract is heavily timbered, from which an
inexhaustible quantity of ship timber, staves.
&c. may be taken. The property will be shewn
on application -to Mr. John W. Bronaugh, ill
George Town.
The terms of Sale arc-One thirdlcash on the
day of Sale, the balance in three eqali pay-
urita.s of tlu'ee, six and nine months, all bear-
ing interest from the day of Sale, with two
approved endorsers, residing in.the district of
Columbia-the land is to remain bound, and be
resold at ted day's notice, on default of payment
for so much ready money as may be sufficient
to raise the balance then due, and the re-
due on a creditto.meet the future instalment
or in,;tlnments ; the proceeds of which resale
is to be in like manner secured, this operati-
on of resale is to be thade "s often a's such suc-
cessive default shall require; conforming eac
to the terms prescribed fbo the firsLt.
Alexandria, Oct. 19-2awts
ALL persons having claims against the es,
tate of Eleatir Speake, late of Washingto)r
County, in the district of Columbia, deceased,
.re requested to" bring them in, "legally autlien.
-icated, on or before thIe first day of May ncxt
they nmay othrewise be excluded the benefitor
Oaid estate. Ay24-w6t. ROO,KB, ,'t-r.

--.. -- -- .'L-s" ."- "'" t.., c. ','y :er'"l, .Moa 'c. l~tmt, 1811.
-'YEARS, ,N "ll'a..'z tI'anr. OC ,LLLST, ("\ N pp!iction to St. Mary's county court
TlE FARIM of tile I te 1Rev. Thomas Htir, (C.Icarly ofposie the Oftce of the S.pi-it of '76, by petition in writing' of John lt.m J rtson,
ai. c4ll .l Y.ir View, lyig in iti count' G"eor.ctietnIJ of St. M.'ry's county, for thie benclit of the act
'rincer William, on C'd-.r Run c.ontli,nig BSPECTFULLY inorms the public thl t if Assemtly .for tlt, relief of suncry insolvent
.b' 00 acres The lard lies wihn I AL. the operations in h sline.will be perform- debtors, p sseil at November session, one
ii r'e of Daumities, 24 of 1 Mlinouth, 35- cf ,1d in superior maniner. Froir Ithe knowledge 'housrd eight hundred and five, aid the
A'i... d:'r.. -nd Georgetown, is well a ite- .tid experience lie acquired vith the celebr,.t several supplements thereto, on the terms
.. iJ sit.-tea. in a genteel and agree:..bl -d Caualani, of Parislie is en:bhed to save the mentioned thne 'e.'n, a schedile'of his property
.:a, h'ihood. The I nd is well adapted to "Tt ethf rorn diseases without extr.ctingror caus- anda list of his creditors on 'oath, as f.r -,
:LI cu;t vati, ol lidi.n corn and whent. At ing thl. lest p'.in, remove all unple:ts'nt tr-stEt e o.;n ascertan-tlirem, being annexed to liis
Ic. st. 200 tcrcs m: y be converters into gras-s urnim the mnauth, nd cCure tie ToothAche in petition; and the Courtbeing satisfied by com-
lard. T'iose wcho wish to r nt tlie .i'nid, witl stantily. Artificial Teeth will be made in anew uelent testimony that tile said Jbhn Robe tson
beit shcwn iit b r, James liarrison,who lives mitiner, which will be ne.-t, convenient ant; has resided two ye q's immediately preceding
n Ott:l p. eniss -Apply to thi subscriber in verY n. turlak the time of his -pp'lipation in the state ol
lle t( wn of S iamfries. Imia,'nei. te possession The diseases ofthe eye will be cured without V-,iaryl- nd. It is thereupon ordered and ad
wil' be ;'iveen-the rent will be considered as any operation in h. very short time. Those who judged, that the sard John Robertson by caus
commeriecing on the first of J.nuary next. wish to h.ve him at their respective dwellings intg a copy of this order to be inserted in the
P. HARII3SON. will be punctually attended to. Ntti'on:I litedligeenchir once a, week for three
efotber 29-'f. He hls coustatit supply of the Antiscorbuu months b'iorr e the second diay of March next,
'TO LIT, tic Elixir of thle i.larned Dc.-ir.borde, which lim give notice to his creditors to appear before
For the term of the.enEtir-g Session of ptars a most beautiful wiile to the teeth ad1 this court A.t the. Conrt House in Leontrd
.Co r;;.ess, preserves the gums and teeth from deca-.- ,wn, on the sec..ndtd-y of March nexj, for
A TIt.EE STORY T)ETACUIED) HIUSE, Also supetfine Tooth Powder. the pnt-pose of receP;noend!ini,t a trtus.e ffor
A v NsaE D S R 0 U. D NFUl ISnED LO pr'eere- s the eyCs L- :. _il.. ..- I. !.:heir benefit, and to shew' cause, if any they
Sittble'fr a sm f.msight when begins tof ,,:--., .-- .: Il, .. 1. have, wthy the siid John Robertson should
In' n ureticl sitter t Wmill ca.m ietely, ren. om dec.y n.d severe pain in such ai way by not thv< hie benefit of the acts of AsscimbiYl
closed ot, s:-ious cellars, gehouse .ceanig them, that the tartar will never attach saltes..id as pr.,ycd
rd 0 -stall t.le, lahoruse, ring iselfto them. Test, JOFSEP HARI, Ck
i d klo s u'.br i rn .Logs can produce certificates tfromm.ny September h19--w3mt
comiplite rep ir, eqli.distanut fiom, and with. respectable persons for his successful ope:. h y LB is ;xieiht-Elnc. toe\VDW A'; l.,L I'y 1, 1;'ql
il t'n nities wt k<,f the Capitol hnd Centre tions in this country ; butl hueassures those wh i OV.r., O of p,,'Y',.LD'I ,
:, rket.. apply to the subscriber on the pre- my employ hia to give them ample sauistc APROCLAMATION.
nas in D street irorth, cornr"- of third street iov. 2-tj 7HEl'.AS it is dire.ed bv-ihe s l9,h s3tct
w M. YOUNG. N' ov the act, entitled' An it.ct cicciIrnii.g
ct,., o..I,,T?" t ,. --i -' 1 ,. -. ti crimes &i-d lM. i thn, t.iu' p estetd t Noe'tmibel

s't',l C a' .J..t A' A '. : '.. I,. ,-p, .
A N election vill be held by the Trustees at
Sthtir st.ten menetil'g in December next,
',,r .'rolessor of Mtltiemintics end Astrono-
iny; and .-Lo for a Prol.ssor of Logic and Mo.
'r. vil'l.ts;i.lo.y; sind dIso for i. Tutor of the
f.r':'e Lr.giurge, in the' South Carolin GCol-
g .-\Applicaints will m ke known their inten
i;nn t, ilithe 'hscribe' on or before the 20tb
N t vemberl n Ae t.
JOHN J. CHIAFPELL, Chlitirm.n of
the Str.ndlig Comitttee oftht
Board of Trustees.
'"CoCu.hiniSSiout CaOolintt,
A tg. 17-tN 10--97
K O t' AE01 '.G E tIOi-a.'
ON the 28th day of November next, .'ill bi
sold it public sale, -at the house o! George.
Jenkins, in Chu'las county, a few nrri'cs iron
Port Tab-cco, u'p'wards..cf forty country 'bori
e ,roes, Lem-g a very v lu-ol' stock ci
s.'aIes-they will not be sold to proi'ssed lne
gro.buyers, or to be, carried out of the state.
und %will o sold in fAmilies where conv.nicn-.;
i.d the mothers with their -in .11 children.'
Tcer's of s.'.e, CASH, to be paid in hil.r au.
hlour'ater being struck of;, or to be resl ldi.
;nd if tny loss, to be borne by the def ulter
lid the28this not a f-ir day, the sale will trkc
, .'ce the first fir d&y af'te'r, until all are sold
v. ,touttt reserve.
,"--Aer 26 *Sw.
S." ; i'' iu l_ *.jt.
IRS Ra LlN:,;- .'le ( ix' x wir to tile Post
i ?..) e n "r.'-aan od. tc: to e Gentlemen ithl
t;.,rd i ondL i-gng.

S.KB N.t P .
:;""'. ceramons .,ea'cc 'hie R1ce Ground,
-._ eaorg:tc.wn, .- DARK BAY HORSE, ;,
..-' 3 14. hwliads high, withh a bblze in his
". 'id feet white, seems s i'f accustomed
o 'ie. oe't--he it.d on a s,(ddle and bridle
'1 iO- .vier' miay O vLe l.im by prosiig property
'.;.' pt yi'St ch rg'-'. Enqu're of the printer.
,t'>hl f "-- 6
[ have a very rich and v'.iuable TRACT 0F
I.,ANt), in K-entucky, containing four,thouisand
neres, on the banh:l of the Ohti river, an'd ex-
teatdihg ta'o nilcs along it, about twenty miles
.'-above Louisillle, a town of considerable trade
ird iglci.r prospects than any in thlie state.-
This land is surrouniced by well improved set-
lhemenlts aId ividustrious inhabitants-upwards
(' a thiousiitn acres in rich river bottom, 'a
deep, Le.: kind soil, "n 'o 's:-r -'bundantly-
Thr; w' hole ofa th i:ct '.: .1- tI '.d well stocik-
-ad wilth the tsu-.I kinds of tin:ber; it embraces
ihe mouths of two creeks, v.'hic I ;la'ss thiroug'ht
it anid afford good seats for grist mills or other
manufacturing woaks.
Any person contciiplating' a removal to that
co0,utry fur the purpose of providing fobr a fa-
i..i i.. i ,'h,!,h .i. r,,ui- execute his plans to Ifgrc'[
:i' it t ':' ,i i,. property'. SA S uber of fai-
nmilies lishingeto emigrate and settle togcethlie
or a society of religious or othcr fri-ends
conld be well accommodated o) thir estate,
.xv'es'-re they could establish farms, and crect
i.nills and a i ;!I it;. of useful mechanics on onc'
of- tle most beautiful riters in tlhe world,
-aboamiding in large and excellent fish of various
-J th.da.,.-_Sa'-L aelL.-iitem'nts are t l'readly
pea'Ild and utlidr cultivation.of the land.
-. I have also several -tracts of well chosen rich:
LAND, in dif'rent parts of the [Green lEver
settlcmlents, comrmandiung ain extensive luxu-
riant rauage for live stock of every kind. These
lands vere origiihally located and transferrtcd to
officers as a donation for old military services,.
and ra'e held under titles in no instance -
Stld. A general warranty will be uiven t a.
1 '- ': *- .
I *!! -:.-1 sny of these lands, or clchant;e
"t'ir.in at a fair rate, for linds or,other property
in tlie Dist-ric;t of Cohlmbia, or near i in Mont-
gomery or Prirce. eci'ge's couilty;
Persons wishing to purchase or exchange,
may apply .to mie ati the store of Williams t .
"( f u..l--, or Stull & Willj:mis, CG... ......
S, .LIE \'. ifti..i
gorgetown, Oct. 19-3w

ii,1:' AND bSlI-i.o.
r*TIlE subscribee'- h's just received from New
-. York, I'hlia'delphi, and Baltimore a l.'rge.
Snd g-ene'rt assort ment of Ha4ts and Shoes of
SiTost. every dteac.riipion.
"'le Lor-n, imnd Necw York f11 s Pre equal
to'anyin t'he c6iuntry, both llin pIlint of qui.bty
anI(d Ctli'nce, t1nd le hopes th':t tho-se vwhu
ha-,e hii'g been ia. the hibitt of bhcif served o )i
tim t'will stiii c.'ll.
JLOEL BiO.i )'.'N,
'G(ir:etn.'.wi, Nor. 2-
N 1I. 11,' Ias al.o th.e very first quality Si;k
IsXts. 1. "
JLot ';ti I:.l t El;
By the/ JI'.trna, ('aipt .1/,'bn, .froim L..sbun,
i.-J i tlotheiis bright r tld eran St. Ut.es Salt.:
40 oxes imanmls., in '-cc:llent order,
6. Il.l(-s I esh Aloniuds,
8or slc by
'Caeorp-etown, Nov' 2 .-<1LSt
Boarding lo*n: on Pc'nnsy''vania
.'' a t nu -
1". sp.""e ::s usual flr tIe rccepCtion of HBoirders.'
Nov. 2'
"O LTI',
A TWOr FTilY liiCK Ht'OUSE,,
cu square 4.(90, near P',nnsylvania Avenute,
lately in the occ. pancy of lMr. Robt. liepburn.
For ternas apply to .
p p.osit- u" .li'i." tu'cn 'TPearn.
O.c.c'- :' -

1A V just received irmn New orki, by sthe
An-lost-n .,nd Wrn. :Eton, their f.-l supply,
and ntw fft'er fbr s-aole at moderate prices.,
foi' cash or approved notes.
New Orleans and Muscova.do Slig rs in hhds.
tind barrels
Lo fand Lump 'I r in barrels
Ct(,fce in b. g's i-.' r'rels
Ilyson, "1
Young- Hsoon, I TEAS, in chests, boxrs,
Hysl h Skin anadcnisteirs, lteslih 'd
In pei-il and n o qpl'oved qaiidies.
Souichnng, J
MoI-sses, in lihils,
Climicie aid asu prior Cogni,'c Brandy',
Pe-ch Brianidy undl Whisktey,
Jamaica, Anttigul aind St. Croix Rum,
Butter's Coluiecticut and Anchor Gin,
Old Madeirr e Wi:'e in pipes '.rnd qrv. c,isks.,
C;.Pi anid Si.ily M ideir. in piptis,
Sherry and Lisbon VWines.old a,-d lig-h fit
Port, Cat.lo:,i. tnd M', Lgas Wines, .
superior ClIret, in boxes i dozefin ich,l
Old L. P. Tentri-il' Wine, in sinall qIr. c skI,
P Fresh Chocolate, in vwhole and half boxes,
E'gPlish .nd An:mric;mn M ist rl,
pepper Pl'icnt', R cc and Ground Ginger.
Cassia, Nutmeg's and Cloves,
Sou:p ano G;'ndles in bo-kcs,
Sperm-reli C'-ndles in Fsmi11 b'oxea,
L'rge Bowl P3ipi;s, small bLrx hzs
Chleese in c-sks ;and in sun.'l1 buxes,
Muscatel and Bloom RIt i i's.i, n boxes
First a. '. .'ii whole, h..lf& ip. boxes,
,sweet i -a, i.. .' ione dozen elach,
Amer can do. a qr casks.
Bi-st Upltii Coto n in b.Ales,
London Refined Salt-Petre,
Indiprg, Fi; Pihe ind Starch, in kegs,
Lislbon Coiks, in bates, '
t'apper-s ',.nd Alumninhihds and bbls.
Harris' sweet scented and common Tobh.cco,
in kegs, at manufi Shot, assorted,
Russia and Raven's Drck, fil'st quality,
Ruissia Shleeii.g, wliite and brown,
Bles' cleaned lRtisst: Hisml. ad .
6 C'hecsts pint -rd hi'f lint 'Tumblers.
G.e-r;'e ow' N.... -3wS
GENItTEEL accommodations. may be had for
two or three families, or forsing'ie gcntlemnen,
sienr to the Capitol. "or particulars apply to
Mr. Claxton.
November 2. ,

Bank o/ If i asigatvn, ovciier, 1. 181 i
IE 1Bo3.rd o f rectors having deIcl -red
A dividend for tie half yeir, endin1gves-
terday, 7t the r.tc Cof igilt per cent. per it
num-teic s-me is now re.:dy toU lt. p id to the
stockholders or their represer.t thves..
S. LLIOT, J ux C.shier,
,-v. --lm
t In ." CI. ts of .aU. it t / 1.'\'C..aL ,1,.

OBEitL.F.l), Tit.t sax inm i hts fi'",n thie tct-
l.- re'f be EImitcd and a;ilcvd to the cr ediois
of tie s:Id irsohve(%', to xi;!tLit tlhLr cl ilst
to Lutid WAshiingioir, the Tru-t'ce.
N'a lii.C"T, Clk
ALL persons indabled to the s..id insolvent
'are requested to nmike iasinedite pa.'ament to
the subscriber.
LN 1) WASTLNGTON, Trustee.
(Ot 2G-.2 w3w- -

T11''IE Prtnership Io the suisclibers, hereto.
fore trading under the f in of Ross ir.d Getty,
WAS dissolved, on the .29iti of July lst, by imu-
'u:il consent. All persons li .vi.g any diinmnds
against the s.id firm, ; re requested to present
.their counts lir settlenmcfni,, raid all perSoios
indebted to them,' are reqta sted to m.iake im-
im.ed;..te tpymment to fei'mier of the subscriberLs,
thlUt 1 .,. -_uthor'isci, i t!e the accounts.
"'re'cttu'W. Ort 19--
FOlt SALE, O O. L't ,
The brick co-Tnr house, at pri-esi,,t occupi.
ed by A, jrt W'in. litily, -as a st.oL e and' dwcl.
hn,, in L oor to lie. sibhacribe;'s reside ce.
Thle ibilidig nrily be occupied 'or a store m- ,t
f.nil,, jointly rn sep'r tely. !- fltords s ;Tan-
Itel rIessidence for onrie itni tio f ntly, or two:
i sm 11. The] situ ti'n .Ls a'li' ino, I s per-
Sps riot exccedeJ by a,,y im lhc c;y<,. Pos.
sessliu to .e g'i .:n on oil fi.st .'d.:y i ext, it"
,pccdy ..ppHi- i tiun be I uL e rei '.e Ii o t a:-'
r;a'n'emnt i. ma.d i i-e l.[on (. thOi e prFmt' irese
Re ,-n blt tIcr.rs ass tol;. p'I; is d lime of' piay
ai-ent,.ii c.'se ohf a s le .'r Ie:.s", ni y blie ..d
;>y gooduu tenant by s,p)!yii to
A~Lsu, .--;r ir l., It'. rnewa two sto'yj
i'i.i: tiousct, NIri'ch w\tl i' 're'dy for occ' upS-',
Lius -t the Sh tie u'!ie., .:;'i.t<.-L olt hell wtty
,ct Ve' n .the 1 r Oillc-' >nJ ',ih nt. 'u;hl c' ti'
L'i,.r', wkih a very L.rgte .i'.c of g'rouui at-
LL.cheJ, to it.

AnrI I .
sA,-J'b A A i (.'t l. ii..
T .y order ,if !he' 0 pIirii. C. ut of Washiufg-
11 i, t aheat t su!)ycrti'ri's ',id s .t:il on W ednest '
dthy the 13.h irst. at'lt lthe lte dwveling of JI ,-r.c
Cl tlcrs, decrs' d--Two I'" ni(s, 2 Colts,
S :ddles n-d Ba:idics, 2 Mil!ch (C .w,, one l'r, nni,
Stable, 1 Fr .a'e Kitchl'en, 2 WV..dow S-shes,
I IIor'tse'm r's Sworo'd'\irnidr" '(arliga Apparel,
Gibb's A: chitecturce la ge f(Ill, Dizwers As-
i',tliwit ,iIl 10 slhr s of 'sV -..liig' iton luridg':
'stc, sums rabov'.e '0 Itlree month credit, the pill -
elhas(.er giving' ittes willm approved endorsers..
Sale t commence at '10 o'clock,A. M.A Those
havi;.g cl.-ins n r req.. dted to present them.
.h tis ( rn.. Admrs.
m 1-ta Cmtdadr!, -
NKvcmbtr ---4

session eigilteen hudererd' and nine, ti.t a,!
soon Ks the p' nl]li't'ilr y louse in B.,1tilnornit
Lounlty is iL lybfor thi 'ec:i0ion of cri ili.as.
.'h.t the G(ivernor of thia Li.tae h.il! notl y thli
s mil by proihlm.:tion A!d wheris,'s, IhI it
spcc ors ,f sid ristit'utroni have rep rated to
In th I t the said building is comptcm[d, and
lhe rtquisiltet of the said l'w hi ve boee in ail'
il!r- respects complied with, I hIve there
'iOlc thi.ut;ht l'oper to issue th:rs my prorlamn
-ion, harcby docl rHugi the saidl,.P-'lnitenti'.r
'!I u.,e tt, w r'-i hl for the recepl-ion of crimi
'Is, w1ho 'ulrey be condemned to work nuid
bo!- therc.in t.a ,ec said l.w requires..
(iinver uite' my li ndi n( l thte ereal of the
s'-tc of Airyl.nd, tkis SOl30h lay of
[L.S ]1 r, Inep'e 1hbr, nr thiw year of ou-r Lord one
lthm!s:utd eight hundred i.d eleven, .tndd
lf th. hiKde.,jnde'te of the U. States of
A ,.il ca, lie thinrs. *tI:S
I:_)%V LLOY!).
i" is excelile:'cv's coinmmid,
XN: i. 'i a i:aY,Cl;Iek of the Council.
-" "' Pro'iims till to Lbe published itwlic-
it e..ch wreek, for six at'lis, in t:i,. \Vhig-, A
Ip-ri-an; u, itia nd I't.(e:'a aiz'ctle ti' .1 hi:
m.,- ; the M l.'i.:a t p 'i''--mi and.Al1 -rbv .n,'
Uts ettle, .I. Anni..'ph.is, iI..e iM ..v. l..n(1 Heru ,'
.i e'rsown ; '. per tid li-r id
S-re cuirito-i ni, t.ie SLtar A.il.unilor .L t.abLOr,'.
and lie N i.:i.iigenc.i'r..
lBy oIrd NiNI \N INKNTEY,'

s!AL'. .'-'T I s5'1',,i;. ,
ON the' Lire.: fhon W ,sliVin',-itn crty tLe New
O'lcaus, by a.ay oi' locxvic nd N. m shttll.,
a r,-que-sted to ascertain whlethier an 6t11'.iI
is J'ia:Pucrtpt on ui actlls, forniipeg roll lbi it
:ite s:z., (if twvO qurcs, h .s cin5e to a.'t
rem ined in any of their < officer. 'al
if it sh 11 be found, ithe Posti u-ttr.
finding'the samne is rq, estled to f,;rw-rd ai
Splaiujr directed to tile Secret..ry o WV,;r. in
's. --.,inSgton city
,;" r"- f 6, t

MAjo i aLE:,;Y
i. ESt'ECTI'ULLY i;uotns the L di.:s toa
\V :shit:ng u J .t "' ]ii'es ., L -a.,(, .l, it
c -lniats pLrAi.t)p.-dy of thle follow ng articles of'
Fi.L, ClY GOsO.,
A variety of eleg,- t S.tiii try
ilk, Thre. d s.. C'!io L cos
LF vetinues.S:- uinls, LutIli. gi,plaihl and i'ig'u'ed
.1 l '. e i i .
Ci *p.- '',d t.uliiz s aof every culmr
It i,. d Lareus l'r Veilb and Sc rIst
-rk Sl t. t 11 n !ii ; u...
E!i fi' r kcd l.1'dii & i .nsh Mlus;in Dresses
L.tt c[ li "ve.s. v, ukkd i' .(-k,'rchlhef;
i'k '.,Icc';e -tl Ca.,r. bilL \ i'v-ts, YVelvet
'F" '- iti fi :'.. '
.awt'''. Cr.p' !ik th ose .nd Gloves
A i v t v..Fic C' ,fi,' hers In Flowers
b:;'i, L I. h -\.' -riniti-s3, G.it Combs and

'I ui1" '.i,' Ortin if 'sfbr thie he'd i.nd w. iht
.-.w' n .. i-u.-, C.. i,,i Shia's, B..ndainnou &.

1, "a' c; i s. (. d ..:..s, :ind dies' and genutle-
L ;Ia 's -I B s-.*! .. a !ti- 7 I u losses, is ,.l ri. l ny
o; r J ri, e '; li. t line
MtS, S -wae." .:sit' s'tli.sc? I.a t!;s whoI m v
bie (hI!'p;std tu c.al iii ic;.' >ar, it shat ii le cr
i'url ictti 'r study I kics) slduril-i tl.e' season'tlit
miot Ls hoiuItdh ( .- '6.- rid t ',e h. lowvcst
prices. Si,-e h now'.A ,, oi i,.dycsp.bie .,f
fini-hin;" -iiti'inti't" a d it Iui,.. ut king in its
v...i] i hr'anclha, Iu' 1ac-h t. m.inncr as to give,
th:: ntists, tile i"'.at s E*ifac;iOtcU.
-..s 7--. .

A. .'.'I tLY At LAW .
tas opfie.t ,l ls --t o, rG alL.ect a few doors.
'. ve rl ',t, a '. -'
N t t. 1

iX ar Sev iGl n'Is it-il in my btie i'C(.l nL Io-
d .ln via h 'nId,,(ni t K din, nd L.odl,
1t. ,tandlc eig nt Rtun .Ls -Nou 6, inii St-ven
t, i -
a, itt* 1' 1"

,.L1 1 ,..'tl .,.it .
NN Mfud.y die IL,h Novetbher inst. at
10 iu'ciock A, Al at '.e houtise olf Acx ni
ter M'Co imck, a ia rrg as'-ortaienL of louse-
h/,'d atid Ah,.(/u is ''ui'iture,
Conssi:ni, oJ 7;J Lit irs, .uv i-L.:t ds, 1 EIghtl
It y C.oak, 4 C'I-tpcs, 1 tSssdeb.s3rd, 35:1 blues,
Su l idl.ies, 23 tEeds, 40 or 50 p i1: ) ,1,ikeLs:.
li Horses, a l.rge p rcel ouf (Quilts, Ciuntir-
F nIts i-uetsL, tCurm'iis, L.oouLing-- t.,i ss,
Q lccus.t-W r, Gi as,'l'i l'c l'er saitd l a-'iss
1V :'.s-, It:'. 'i 'a.("', ndillro'ni, t ,C -"c. crnlS
of s .l ,sc ,cshl, ,1Lh a le to catinue till ll is

"'i ii.'.:i. L. Q U iEN, Auct.

t t i 5 Kltt .. a. l r. ta, lt.
.? ,ni' i :/,e I. d~a'i. Queri' lt otl, 'ennay ..tnia

HA' E Full- bAI.,E
I. P. M dir., 1
biriiy M di(",
I P 1eIerffe, I- WINES.
Shcrlry Port & Liso ,J
C.).gli-c nl Peach Ul'idyI
J mricna Spirit
Itnm, u L. Whiskey
loll nd ta nd country Gill
Imp1. ri I, 1"soi, I
y ouit; Ilysou n,'ald TEAS.
Ij son Skl)S J
Lnirf, L.ump, and iust ov:;do Sufrar
AMol SSC, 'MocIh aid Grteen Cffl'e .
Mould ::nd Dipt Candlcs, and N. Y, Soarp
Aimnnds, t..isins, Sp-nish and Aiiierican
Sug-ars, Spices of- -11 kinds.
Also, a gei.er I .* ssortnclt of Glass, Chin.,
and Crockery \Ware.
November 7--L'

Tickets in this Lottery are now selling at
312, and the following capital prizes are yet
in the wheel.

prize of


2 do, 5,000
3 do. 2,000
14 do. 1,00'
Besides 7., ..1.' of minor prizes and not two
blanks to prize.
MI-LLIGAN, Bookseller, Georgetown
7r- A regular check book kept and i.ll Lottery
information gratis.
'** Letters post paid enclosing benk notes or
prize Tickets punctually attended to.
NIVCTh--" 7---It
S ALVt A LAUCTION oln hursday the 14di
November inst at It o'clock A. M at the
Slate -esidence of Mr. J)hn St. Ct-ir, d-cccs-
ed, ;.It the llonsehold and Ji'tchen Furvniture, a
parcel of Hay, a Boat. Terms of sa,-sh.
Nov mheoir 7--1i'
]. J Ci.,\ SCHJUi Ib
,R. GEEiEi.ES h s tie "honor of inform
.LV. iig tlie L d' s ajid Gentlemen of W.-sh
nglton and p. rticul.rly these who have entered
lheir .' i!.1 -' thi. his Drficing School will
'c,mmence on Tuesday next, 12th inst. at Mr-t
Long's Hotel C tpitol Hill, at 10 o'clock in the
For thle convenience of the, inhabitants of
'.r .1I,,,. i, Mr. Generes will also open r
,,'..I ,iii '.: neighborhood of the Seven Budlid-
in i ,
,Mr. Generes intends also having his Balls
,t Mr. Daviri'`s Hotel for which a subscription is
now oppn.
Noverrbher 7-St
1"'iil1. bALE".
S SHIPWIIGilITS Wood Yard, addition to
Shipwriights WVoud Yard, Shipwrightl '
Maggot, Woodbridge, Barbers, St. Assc.rd &
Slhig'sbey, all adjoining efch other, in Cob
Neck, .Chrles county, Maryland, containing"
in all Ubout 400 acres (more or less) mostly
covered with ,ood. This L'ind lies half ,
mile.from Wicomico river and a mile and(I
quarter from Potomac river-there is a varied
of wild fowls, oysters, & crabs in biundance.
Six hundred dollars will be required upon
iriaklng t.e cohvey-.nc ;.for thie reminder of
tli porch so money, two ye rs credit will be
given upon giving bond b0 ring interest wiTh
,i. .. :1 1. ,'ti.. Apply toJohln B. iosrirm.n
lving in George own Col-u:,bia, or to the sub-
scribenr on the prcm:isesa
Novenmle, 7-Y

P L DUPORT pres.nisahisrespects to the
L .ies it' ioentlienn of vrshiing'tn and begs
* leav .to inform itheni th.t his sLchool is In.i
,'p.neid..l. Mtr. GCra.ojord's tew asiemlH.v roon
.G(orgetown. D.y'; of tuition, T''ucdaqs,
` 'h Sly, ,c S ,' : 3 o'clo, k, p. AS
N 1B. l... ..e n de :t r.D's
Snut itroe, 1ti-''ge street, ner -,ae UThion
Tavern, or, ht Mr. Jo'acph 1illigan's Ecok stLre,
li.;' rt., 'i t; ( org'Lown.
1<- '."-t.cr --ln '

,Ne`.;k' GUoDO3
lt'1LLI ..'TS. 'KIClOLLS
t _T.AS just received large-.c nd general. sup-
t.. pl)y of il..i and WViitier GOODS, consist-:
in f t
Supetidine London Cloths and Kerseymeres, 1st
DU Y.-1k -re do do
bi o, t ii,'c l'-ncls, white, red aid yellow
) twielet dto.
S cotrl"d udo.
Bedior'd ind i ric-.ns Cord
imperi.lA Eiastic arnd Patent do.
Guids : .Id V'e etecuis, assorted
Molesakin, Florentin'e and Toilinett Vesting
<2 caiss of Irish Lncis, Shiktiing Long Cluths
n ad Cmb.-ica
Latestring-s, Sulshaws rnid Florence Silks
Lidi;,. nd il li.'iIn antuas, ia.ndsomi.ely assortedd
E'egsi L ced oSi;k Veils and I.i.dke rchiiefs
'I) nruk .nd Sergcd ,iilk Shalwl, uasortiedt
titIuel'h ll.ir do C.utton du.
"a stimcrie d'). Long do.
White, Pink and other col-red. Crpes-
Pigured and plain Cashnmere
Do. do. Lev.1ntiues, leman tand other colors
Figturtd S'Iks, assorted "
India Midtall All, Muldetts and Chester seeded
M uslins
11 ili Stone, Veined arid Netted do.
Pl- in Le noess, Spider Nett and l"'ig'ured do.
India aid litiil'-i Book Aliusins, CGmbrics, &c.
India Bok i ll ndkerchiefs i:nd B-itndarocs
Silk, Citton andi'a 'orstcd Hosiery, Merino &
Lamnbs Wool do.
Extra Long Silk Gloves, Yosrk T..n and Kid do.
Misses do..bit i().
Back,. Beaver and Dogskur do.
Co>,uLIt;s, forest Clolhs, Kerseys and Napped
Rose nd Striped Blanketts
9 b les Jrldi, Muslins of vericus kinds.
His Goods being' bought ;,t one of the best
markett:. he is determined to sell them at t.0e
nmst reduced .prices, for c..sh or nocs ;t short
Nov 7- 9v

eLUi.us Lsuji',,
aid every description of
C0.41CU t'IM XIGS',
of the 1 test and most 1tshionable patterns, just
received frnom Phil delphli. Purchasers will
Iind it their interest to c'll.
Georgetown, Oct 15--tf

Geor'getoiwn, Oct. 29, 181t1.
AT a meeting 'ofthe Mh,'gers this day, it
was deterinined thi'tthe fortieth or lust day's
dr.wlng of saidd Lottery sh'Il be made .n Sa-
tu;d :y the 16. i dt y of Novemhber, 1811.
By O.-de-r,

oct n-.--t


Ctui oj ] 'ii/i,g.oni, Uctube' 8, A. lU.
1611, and] A 1. 5811.
At an .extra Meetinpg of the r,imd Lodge
of'.the District of Columbia, among other po
ceedings were the follo vmg', to wit:
c aolvr!d 'Th.t La dUpjitatioia be appointed
hly, and oi thde part of .this Grand Lodge, to
meet in Convention in the City of WVashington,
the DMnuties thAt may be appointed by the se
ver t irand Lodges in tihe United States, on
the fourllt .Monday in J.mu ry next, or such
otherr time as m.sy be agreed on.
Whereupon, Brothers V.lent.ine Reintzell,
Amins Altxander, Alex-nder M'Cormick, Jo-
siphl Cassin and John Richards, were accord-
ingly appointed thie .s id depltation.
Test, J AMES HE WITT, Dep'y G. Sec'ry
('-ro)ber I9?-f6v

iBHE two story lir.ltGK lHOUSE, lately oc
cupied by Mt'r. CGopqr as a Music Store
nnd Prititing Offlice. It is si uated on llthI
street west, nearly Pennsyivaniia avenue and the
Theatre. For terms, .ppiv to .n/ichs. nim-
Wadhington, or T' C. Wright in Georgetown.
Novrunmber 6--w3t

_- '.-

S*' .v : "

.0 r. .. ..

I. ('. ^ ^ *- A.1

-.1 -A

'IFiere all kinds of a fntijhured 'Ibasco me r
be had.
Meccuba, N, cketosi
Fine ittppee
1 rldam's No. 9 .
Coarse Rappee '
rirg -u .. _

cotch of different qualities, from
severed m r.n .c .tories, by the
pound or bottle J
Jamnes' River Chewing Tobacco, severe kinds,
Long Twist,Eirst quality
Snmal do. do.
Chewing Tol.bacco,in papers, 10 years old
Fine Pig Tail roll
tine [Plug roll
Jltferent kinds of Smoking Tobacco, in small
and lbrge papers fromu N. York .,ad Phila-
Kite Flou,t Tobacco, in le,,f
11t0 6 lf boxes -Sp ishd Shgars, 1st quality
20 boxes do do.
20,000 Anerio.m Segars made of Spnish to-
5000 do. Kite Foot do.
L,ouster .ond l tinore mande ea:.s
a rge rssorunceit of snuff, tob4je.o and segar
Long atid short Dutch Pipes.
.1 small assor ment of Stationar.
D* Letter do.
Red dnid Black Sealing Wax,
Red -and ltek W:fers
WRed atd B.lIck Iilk Powder .
L'q'id lkc, Rcd and Black
Quijts, Pens
Bi-c Lead Pencils
Dr-, ieg P per
Superior Stomachic Bitters, very agreeble in,
.Copy Boks. Qu ire Books
R0m0ne Violin Strinffs
Phing' Ca-rds
Vist i- do.
Bckg. nmmion Boxes .nd Dice
GLss md Pewter Ink Stands
0Vedgewood do.
'Smas boxes Colors, :c. c c.
All of which will be sold on the most reason
able terms fbr i P:Le.
Nov 7---lm
V ,Li._JLJL Pl.1 2ia.-'Y O', SLE.
YN pursuance of a decree of the Superior
I. Court of 3hunineery, held at staunton in Vir-
ginia, we shall proceed to sellon the premises,
at 11 o'clock, on Mondaytd e 11th day of" No-
vember next, at Pualic Auction, on 1.9 month,-.
credit, 'The iage Brick Bdu'id;igs and Lot,
sitiue o'n 1irlax street, between Prince likL(
Duke streets, in the town of Alextndria,. oc-
oupied at present by M1r. Evail '. Tayto:- sn'
Mr. Jacob G eg.
R. YOUNG,l CommiSioncrs.
DonP.er 15-- ts

G001) two story iek tlouse, on Souit
S Capitol street near N street. For furS-
ther p:tiulairs inqre of the subscriber,

.Tilv 30_1.?
D'trt'ict of ColumbaI,/i'ashit i'on County,
Jo-i It GLAOD, co0nt,'t c
.. ,inst In Chxncerq.
A M..IAu FROSt def't. S
CHiARLES GLOVER, the trustee appointed
in this c.se hlth reported, th.lt ie sold Lot
No. 17, in Squre Nii. 634, in the City of Wash-
ing'ton, at public Auction, to John G. Ladd, for
the sum of three liundred sid twenty dollars.
It is, therefore, this 29,h day of October,
1811, ordered, adjuidqed and decreed by this
Court, that the stie so .s af'oresaid made be-
rat'fied ,a;d confirmed, unles c.use to the con.
trary be shevn to this Court, on or before the.
twe n' tieth day of Jinuiry next.
Provided a copy of this order be published
in te Naotinal Intel ligencer three weei sue.
cessively before the fifteenth d .y of Dcclmnber

By Order,
Ost. 31-.1,w

VWA. BRENT, Clerk.

QOf Ctton and lo'ol mi.tvres
From Col. Humphrey's victory .
volt SALE, BY THe BOX,
at a deduction from his former prices.
Georgetown, Oct. 15-tf.

T IE following parcels of land, viz. ptrtof
Conclusion, on Seneca, in Montgomery
county, containing 43 12 acres, Part of
Town Creek on old Town Creek,. Alleghany
county, 26 acres. Do. of Hard BRrgain, se.
veil tiles below Cumberland, 24 acres. Do,.
of Peru, on the Potomaic, 20 miles above Bail,
4.1 1-2 .cres. Do. (f a tract of land inHminp-
sldre county, Virginia, 92 acres, and a tract of
land c.llcd Dekmns's Hll, near l;ladetisbui g,
Prince George's county, 213 1-2 Acres. The
last mentioned parcel of 1Lnd is entirely in
wood, and so tnear navigable wAter and the
city of WVashilgton, "s to render it very va-
tiu ble.
For terms apply -to James S. Morsell, Esq.
of Georgetown, district of Columbip, who is
duly authorised to dispose of the abovee pro-
perty, and who will give satisfacto-y titles to
the Shine.
.qv,,n 24-tf
A few thousand weight of excellent Goshen
CHEESE, in boxes and casks, daily expected
by the packet Citizen, for sale by
October 22.-ti