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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: July 9, 1818
Publication Date: 1810-
Frequency: triweekly[jan. 2, 1840-]
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triweekly (semiweekly during recess of congress)[ former may 12, 1819-oct. 26, 1824]
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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).
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her that she will be admitted under hel
national flag, 'but does not acknowledge
the truce. :
"As might be expected,some little sen
station and animosity bursts forth among
'individuals, but 'no hostile .meUsures are
noticed in the government, which I amt
happy, to inform you, lest appre-hension'
might be entertained relative to the safe-
ty of American property in this place.'


Nothing (says the Newv York Adyerti.
.ser) can more strongly prove the attpch-
ment of our countrymen to their liber-
ties, and 'national as well asindividual en-
joy'ments, than the fact, so obviously true,
that forty-two years have 'not, in 'any de-
gree, .cooled ttheit enthusiasm, on the re-
turn of this jo.yful.anniversary.. We hope
and trust it may prove such to the peo-
ple of t e' United States to the latest pe-
riod of time.

In )S 1-5, the whole number of potes re-
turned fbr-Givernor--of Massachusetts,
was 8231i ; of this number James Bow-
doin had 6001, and was of course elected.
The number of votes given in that state,
on similar occasions, within a few years
past, has amounted to nearly 100,000.
h3uch a difference in the saq0e commnni-
ty id thirty years, is a extraordinary fact
in political history.

SHELBYVILLE, JUNE 12.
The steam boat James Monroe was
wrecked on the 21st of 5May, near the
miouth of the Arkansas, by running foul
af a snag which broke in her bouw. She
tad oin board thirty thousand dollars in
specie, which was saved from the wreck
aud pLt en board the Governor Madison,
v.hich arrived at Louisville on the 10th
inst. '. is believed she will be raised anu
rest4.m'


u '. jii'jpirepCare .iior ct Le, they,c ucompa-
r nied by the field oflie-, r- ,r..:.- d.d to the
e accommodations i'ich r.'.d bccri..titted
pp ini Parrrott's Woods. The declaration
of independence litsving been read by
Major John Peter, the mayor, an oration
'usiblable to the occasion was delivered
e by Major Thomas J, Mc(enniy, after
vihich they partook of an excellent din-
, ner, prepared by Mr. Lang, the pleasure
of which was much heightened 'by the
confviviality of thle company. The fol-
lowing toasts were drak:
1. The day we .ceikbrate-'The brightest re-
cord of revohitionarvy listo'. .
2 The memory d.itGeorge W'V.shingtoin-Th'e
polar star of American .Independence.
3 James ton'je--President oi tie United
States. .
4 John Adam,, Ti..1-, a, TeT r '..i anri J.mes
Madison, late i..',.I'.- .. i-- i. itneut en-
joying'the fruits tl'eii' labors.
'5 The heads of de.ai'tiicnts--Able assistants
of the chief magistrate.
6 Our judiclary--A praise to the virtuous,
eand a terror to evjl doors..
7 The United Stati!i f A merica-While vir-
tuous and bi'ave they will be independenit. '
8 The ariny of the UnitedStates-The'imper.
Svious harriers of the iiorth and soutth.
9 The star-spiangled banner--A nation's
greatest boast, aiid the adtipration ot a world.
10. Agriciltur'c, comiimerce andi naiuflctiutes
-The tree strands outor national cable.
11 The bheroes o"'?'6 and tihe no less Wairthy
ones oflater Limcn--Their a f te will be lasting
as the rock of ages, and their virt -.s will teach-
outr sons to.emulate their deeds.
12 The pass ofThermopylic and the plains of
Maipo-WIVto wousild not stanLd ? iwho would not
advance on death for the glorious prize of lib-
esty?
13 The American fair-These are our taea
Sure.
VOL. LUNTFRES.
By Gen. Svift-'T'i-e vohinteers of the Dis-
trict of Columnb.a
By Major aIndevciuter-The patriots of' S
America.
By Thnmaos 1., .AcK'enney-Perpetudal union
among the sons uf 'reedomn.
By Captain Bltaney-Thlie heights of George-
town ; may very scccedin l of July d
them in possessiomm.f thle suns of freedom, ce-
lebrating that Independence whidc oar forc-
fathers left us in i Lhritance.


that I have heard b', they appear quite
lif less till they are .Warmed by the air
and if those Ifound initrees are at any time
a .imated by the heat of the sun, it is cer'-
tainly in a very slight degree, and they
will still be in so dormant a state, that it
is doubtful wh'.thri tLhuy require any foott
'or air to support lifN, ;.and, even if they do,
there is enough aMirand moisture circula-
tilg through the 'pores of the tree for
that purpose.
f 11any one .onceives that I haveadvan-
cetd erroneous opinns ia this communi-
cation, I wouid be happy .o see them cor-
rected. WV.
Laudoun county, Va. July 1, 1818.
-'-i'tifl *i --
COMallU. C'ATED.
The Potomac river fisheries, from the
mouth of the Occcquan upwards, have
turnicd out less productive the last season
ttun usual heretofore, owing, it is gene-
raliy believed, to the very extraordinary
cold and tempestuous weather during the
month of April, and part of May. Al-
though a considerable take of the best
quality herring was caught later in the
season than wts ever before known, still
complaints are generally going forth a-
gainst the encroachments on the shores
,f the gill-net iiehermien and steam-boat
mischieis.
This bountiful gift of such myriads of
herring, and the finest quality too, is hke-
ly to he improved upon next year, by the
better making vy of barrelled fish at the
seines, and by vessels frinom distant quar-
tes bringing every material for their
cure on boatid aod at anchor.
A party from the Upper Chesapeake
are about to introduce the use of stur-
geon-nets of !-.rge mesb, bugged a little
in the middle, antd of such breadth as
to sweep mtne channel bo.toms from six to
twelve tatho'mn deep in most places, for
the lar ger takes of this valuable fish foi
pickling in barrels, or in the salmon kep-
par mode, and for the extract of oil, in-
stead of the tedious old mode of lines with


black With two white and one red streaks
on the Larboard side, from 160 .o u180
tons. She reported herself a patriotic ves-
sel, 3 weeks from Buenos Ayres, com-.
manded by a mulatto looking man, suppo-
setl to be a Spaniard, named Peters ; the
vessel was named by themn the Patriot.

NOURFOLK, JULY 2,
The U. States' frigate Macedonian,
which wee stated, a few days since, to be
refitting at Bo too, will .be commanded
by Capt. Dotvnes,is to proceed to the Pa-
cific Ucean, mouth of the River Colum-
bia, on N. W. Coast of America, and
will probably not return in less than two
years.-The Querricre, Capt. M1cDo-
nough, will sail for St. Petersburg with
sealed orders, to be opened after leaving
St P. The G. only waits the embarka-
tion of Mr.Campbell.-The arrival of the
U. S. frigate Congress may be hourly
looked fur it this port.


DIED,
In Wikesbarre, Penn, on the25ith Jane,
Capt. SAMUEL BOWMAN, consider-
ably advanced in years. The circum
stances of his dcalth aT8iEa'Tollows-On
the morning of the 25th, he rose very
early, and, without putting on his coat,
w"nt to a field in the v.ciniky of his dwvel-
ling. He was employed in letling dow,
a pair of bars for the purpose of driving
his sheep from the field, when the Al
dcrn ey !ull, (kept for some time past in
this place) which was at pasture in the
field, ran at and struck him with his horns,
threw him down and continued his assault
until beaten back with a club by a person I
who happened at this crisis to come up
He vwas carried to his k2welling, anti Ux-
pired about six hours after, sincerely re-
gretted by all who knew him. lie was a
patriot of the revolution. To prevent t
further mischief> the bull was immediate- ,
ly killed.


L 11 "K L s v to) iiiCL't
smy oi dinary expenses, aod finding there
a dccnt looking mati endltavoring to deal
for a large amount of notes, aid growl-
ing because they were not at a greater
discount-I discovered titli he was tie
/ircaidcut of the swindling bank whose
notes lie wished to purchase !

It is recorded of AlonzoCano,that, hav-
'ng tfifished a statue ot St. Antonio de
Padua, fir a Spanish counsellor, the
tasteLss las yer and niggardly devotee
hesitated to pay the artist his price, ob-
serving that Cuno, by his own account,
had been only twenty-five days about it.
The counsellor sat down with a stupid self
suffhicilicy to ca!culater, that at a hundred
pistoles divided by twenty-five days, the
artist weula be paid at a higher rate than
lie was himself for the exercise of his ta-
lents. WVietch talk to me of your
talents," exclaiinme the enraged artist;
I have been fifty years learning to
make this statue in twenty-five days ;"
and as he spoke, Cano dashed his statue
to pieces on the pavement of the acade-
iny. The affrighted c'.unsellor fled from
the house with the utmost pircipiLation,
concluding, that the man who was bold
enough to destroy a saint, would have lit-
tle rcinorse in d ostrpyiaL- ---

A correspondent in Norfolk assures us,
that a gentleman of five thousand pounds
per annum, in that county, lmtely sold the
reve;'sion of his whole es'a e to another
gentleman and his it-irs at thie expiration
of S60 years for five guineas., hlioever
whimsicall this purchase may seem, our
readers will find, that the compound,
principal andt intercs of five guireas, for
360 years, N\ill anitlunt to 1,3 1 0,1" .i,
[Londrn Pa/ier.
[The amoun( of interest i this case staggers
credibit,. 'l e tntyh-laree lolas tinry-three
ents at ciimpound ii|eres' .360years, yields
lhe eimormluos sum of riv'EE uiio-is eight hun-
rdr.aid I waiienti-tuo t/aiustandeui Sven hundred and
o.77,:f' d!arl fry-fre cent..-[fem. V re18,


VoL. XI.,- WASHINGON ~' RSDAY, JULY 9, t818, '

WEDNESDAY JULY 8, tsi'. A number of the workmen of the Na- By ajorPete~, .r)-r)hTfimatroimo- dnbated hooks, although this is'a majes. ri i el bcailo t i r -i e
vy Yard at this city, assembled at they anal st g udividualhappiness tic k Ci, .rfi ---- -...- epu To
SMechanics' Spring, opposite the Yard, i iouos anid fro, ony .on .he so .:z ot .
Despatches were received at the War on the .Eastern Bi3anch, to celebrate the T By a--i-- *'i;- c igtth. p lai 'ge sturgeonn, pliment tl u s cour.try. The cintrat
Depara r daen ynefer arsaj y r i-iWdii ,ewdenaf- u z7..P'TT y, T-bot tencdite,al i jn,,c ---dt -- .e.-. y a y that i1h: 1 i drawn b .ntt rn u. and France,
partme t.yEerd-ay--roai, reae.d ter appointing John LDar, of' Abel,,Pre- gravated circumata rtlertthan betray h-r above' th/ e.e-ndrcd 'aei4 seventyy : i..- icqually flattri.g ,iJ ju, i .
seB.-.-Tnrre-15airl Mr ar.ifly, reachid, sident, and Lemuel Townsend Vice Pre- country., Let all hrmeniory; shes sand herrings were taken at one haul at "" 1a Um.
the cityon Monday night, and would have sident, they partook of an excellent Bar,- ', rnb P Wtorld thatt shuld the. Warburton wharf, we;have goudt anu- Can :, ti .. 1 ..
n v r b .\ ,,i Fret ..i ..r,,.I iI,,,_, Jul l t, jj,d
been here, he infortis us, some days ear. becue, and the following Toasts were tr b thobrity for stating.that a very few yri s. ,, as (..., i. ...',r :, ", ,
her, but for detentions on the road arising drauk with the utmost hilarity: F roI T mi EKA5 IrLLi,;eENcl. : previous,.there was taken at: gen..Philip Siniig ...., r, .... .... ..,,r,j,.-,
from the irregularity of the stages on 1. The day we celebrate-Ceituries, hence, Stuart's (the next below adjoining land- .rc .r., .
some parts of tke line. General Jackson's may unborn millions feel the sentiments with 1fers. Galsa ton : n g) the miraculous draft of above ,-, ., ,here, orsi, nt e ,,,, ,l
some part ine. ene Twhich e commemorate it. r .18thofJunhnn tu.' herring. O il niut.lashington ? as earth nomore
letters have been forwarded .to.the Presi- 2. The memory of the patriots and .es -In your paper0 1 1e8th of June is an Seh seeds within her breast, or Erope o sch
dent, and their contents course ar un- who, on this ay 1776, signed the deciarauoi' account taken fnit erestchester Her- m h Mississipi shnreo?
ofdent, and their comets cors u ndependen.ce. aid, of*a toadtbeiript- Id in the body of ,rom the.Mississipi State Gazette.
known to us; but:we understand, gener- 3. The Congress of the United States-Few- a solid cedar. iter. of the same Sta--.Asthegeneral impression is,that an.c got drl.e r. blto .;t crime
ally, that they embrace a full account er .words, ant',more deeds, .would be more ac- ex presses a,wislf-t At 'some one would' General'Jackson. has, on )his own respon.I To Freedom's cause, in e)ery age and lime:
'ceptable to their constituents. "n. Which we + .
his proceedings in the south, 0own to-the The sident of the U d States-The give satisfactory elan'ation oftheia. a sibility, triediot and hung.the noed. Be ctiedi a ys idl veseen,
expuionof thepaniardfrom Pensaco.maothe people longmay he ontiue to. ne of their getting to t,,.rb. hnot, and hi: .,err pail.. .n vLAinyv, andv mition tha u etweea
e.ean, -. am:Lmanud his hoIts"anhadaianuttie wall,
he eb :.. T T oads have freq. Alil b.-en fouid, Lo.. ipfrhap".i list Itl tl.e oll C ..oniprsing ,,.,,. ... .. ., ,. ..,,
la, and.that the f.-cts: they disclose form -- M.,, t..i h,.-, inr hurop ar a tjAonly nu yt he h ..o-r.. r.'i ..ert nI.r,- ,l-,':, ..,..-- : ... .,...... .. -,tt.i,,,,Lt
a most ample justification of his conduct hi. 1: .,Il I :ris h.. .. .... I I.' h b. ,- hearts oftheI 'rgest'lr se hJ.t )i.'-, ,at tie *'l to rIialt, ~iii|h be atik int 1' to 4 l tl n s w.:..j, ,,cei:-l. ;
An the Spanish territory. e t 'T h o tr, ',,. ,.--Thesworcd depth of for fift:feetl i .., l' i.al, a, it discovers
of the nauton may it. never aspireto be its mas- lae of the earth, iere ihey have in all great prudence 'I thecommanding gen-
S ter.. prbbiliy 'reniairiel t;,o,., huudieffT ,f eral, by selecting a court so. respectable AVOID COLD WATER.
CL;ijms b1' fare Cafgress..-WVeiha'vefe- 7. Tli'e savy oftheUnited l --.-'Dr i nd years';r anid in t1 li i:a-.cs htve shewn signs botha'for ranr l nii'. 1 ,,--c ;t-t .... .... s... ....
ev.l a r.e;u;st fro. a friend at New- to prtltect.and'enforco.helihe i, .. : ollife upor ,bti.. -.poasl to the common M**'*IlSc ..i 4.... Br.inns havei ot W is h.l ss.
Orleans,.tu' cop, tron a paper at. tat e ack e nev The ,' yf theirgefting into Coonel Kin se gonies of another victim to a cold d t of
ii..~e c trictures on th. cnn'i.:ittelaers po essiig a.lie energy anti devotion :r. ,e ,Codonlig 'iv o andothild'eriti ti adii ,l oes
lace, ceta ictu-eson .the cogm, a o the interest ofi. scou try. such places, is, in-rty opinioR,very easily L. oonel Abuckle regular army r a vry htay. his p h left
of present C g for their 9. Mntosh-The biave American chief of explained. It is eil known that toads Major T. a ow andildren i D any
decision -during. the l.te session. We the.woods; may his valor and his modesty be disapjiear at the.' 4.i:.ch of cold wea- Captain ''.i one* henatuc, a cl.s *y Let him aid mae
:e:taihly di'urft oro the cormiaittee o -,.ul.,ie,.l l,yall:who, .like'him,-appear inarms the-; they err j!iy get ulder houses, -' J- rousig the attention o strangers to the sub-
:a: ans in theit' exposinti of the princi- in dfetnte ofA therican rights. fodes, logsittie, or burrow a small i Iri n
3es of law and o equity appicble to ca- .ro ghothe n .thr depth under th, surface of the earth, and Lt. Colonel iliams Volunteers Y tire persons most interested in
es of property, d. troyed -by the eney ot the worl. ; mat ol',cA ,,.. '.us be los- remain there in ,,1 ". pidJ state until the. Lt. ColoielElliotts el5yr. I ai not about to inince your
during the late war ; but are satisfied the terdby u gen .rous encouragement. warmth of spring cells them forth again. Captain Crittendoi J noe 'al ai election, hut know your value to
eir7y Jaborious duties of 'tnut cominittee, 11. 'Public Officers-.- ayythey never forget Now, iftheirt retreat snear the marin of .Lieutenant Vassell, Recorder. Yotr atics and to your new country; to my
vere :discharged with a scrupulos lde. t, ,he clay in the hands othe a creek orriver, an treshouldhtppen sa full curt f thirteen mem.. e drinwhentheyaredry.his you
ty anid honorable diigence v which ou ,..,r t i, -' ti '.notfor't eirprvat ne a great inundatid of its waters during the hbers, but I have forgotten the names of may do but when you ae way
:seld irmotis fo any mpu,.r .. hi ...- .*. .,. by winteer or early id tie spring, it is very the .others. An officer, just from the Iort halrds and face in cold water before you drink;
ion. We have not the least, doubt but' .cstraints; may those w-. .* -, in .en.i,e it reasonable to up'pose, that they might be at St. Marks, informs 'me that the papers ,r hold the vessel in which their after is, n your
public asentimentWill ob!i.e Congress to .,eetahd feel its sc,urge of scorpions. covered several feet by the mud and sand, bund in possession of those exciters of a, t they're ch ied or tlalittle wine
largee their rule of decision in regard to 1;3. South America-We sincerely wish her 4 as to t. e warmth of spring or' Indiabarbarities, was prodf(po-itive) uf Shuld ryou be rest ember, a little -
uch.cases:as the.New-Orleans, Nia, ... ndepedece'eashedo pnnciplesofeqal su.me fiom reaniating them, asit their being the instigators of the Semi- vu.sion-, or stupo, or ppan fati come
.nd Chesapeake claims: but that oP lLtC r. : .1 I. u;ithnot and Ambriste to would have done, ifthey had not bee titus "ole war. H. C. n 10'im drinkr cludiaer, imed.ite!y give,
s not- to bie ii, 11i :d b assailing the o- ., ,, .;, ,..,,.., ,, .itors. buried..- They will, t niref i-reipaemain -- l lt pauento can swallow, 60 to 100 drops of
iv.es.of those xvwo think differently, and 1 i,- "' .. .i, -....... like the the same ine acive dtate for years, or even CANAND.IGUA N. Y. JUNE 30. i O pes of raw whiskey, rum,
lave the.power to give body 'and action 'I'hnix fimn her .iecs centuries, o' till soiie accident fetches At the Court held for this county last miustar.d to sthe ats ana d and: pl t'iltiees of
a their thoughts. We, therefore, do not. .......... s *;mn and '-n-~-uf them ,gain into the contmon air. week,,an interesting cause was tried' be- for a doctor. The 4thof July isa lald
uohslisI tihe ar:lcle transmitted to us. i' thdr t er-. i,, ,'h u oonie levrTh Tholgh toads generally retiree beneath twten Daniel Penfield, ELsq. o this coun- sho1i.ld theree be anyda.iger of celebrating t?
The following extract from the article e deserted by th others. the surface.of the eafth at the approach ty) plaintiff, and Sminth H ........, i.,d Do not dsinkk .-:1 I I..., ,. ,,, ,,,ii nre hot;
eferred to contains, in.a .few word, a 17. 'herising statesofthe Wast- The strong of winter. yet, tdie may sometimes select Hezekiah. .. Salisbury, printers, of Bu- d"on.t dr'iik ",.'I. ,' 1 Ir duce itnox-
urnmary of the ,.,t i.l 'e iii:u: =iiit on this iolds of republicanismm; may their hardy ye'-- a different place for their retreat, such as falo, defendants.. It was fdr a libel pub- birth /iido ',, -r enjoy the
uJtci,.forcibly :.i..., nd deservingat t- lo.Iver lose their due w.cght in the coun- .the hoelow of a tree where there is an o2 shed, by the defendants, at the instance The board oft health autioned the
tion : 18 Legfitimacy--M.ay ali thefools, tools and opening near the ground for them to get of I -o. D .c/kon, of Canada, in which plic by placards posted on the pumps.The
.'lIf all the states in the Unhon had suffereCO a. seopaits, int"rerst ii its support, remain o" in ; and upon this, supposition I account the plaintiff was.charged with, having ut- disco tniuance ofthe practice, which is much
ke.by tlme late war, no duLbt.cojnp etejustic -he other side the Atlantic. er t'.i'r beirig ss0ietines found in the ered and published a orged decd, know regreuth, safirs to call or this imperfect sab-
oul long sine have bee done but th.e re.' 19. lndependence-laIy that proud :sI .., Ii t-,r of solid trees : frequently see .g to 'be lorged and counterleited. e .
eenttivethose states, whose ctn mars our nation never be betrayed by small cat atr nr the bottom of 'hejury rendered a verdictfor the plain -
st netth rl,. ,t ..p..- L,,- ~C .. !,T. I T THO.SAND.OO.I'-A.,_. 1.- .
1I their talei', .r- a i :. o .. .I ... .. hlairis ..' ; t rj (.,, .-, a ,,,, ,*cre ;.c i to tince n' ehngs n ded in a : "i." '""..a. ac 's -- re- edi-
t0,o.e whiiio fouiglit their t-aittes and defeiided Allthe 'companies O assrbiid to celebrate self into such a cavi-yin Ialtumlln, the tree :wlt'ten verdict, wlth.. their ianies sutb pio,, tile i ublhc atgu tIr toy coimmscLaily
* i' .... i '''r. -. ',. .- *.... :u, esuval-Mt. hiirmonyi.rigin almng tllent, might glrow enough, to enclose it on every 'crc:bod. This we believe is the largest -lreasion of th iexpedie cyd eI-I..rUi coa l eside
ST' i -I In, '. be c p t ud l distinctions be drowned in that of Amnte- sie, and prevent the posslity of ts ever sum ever recovered in this country. from eery peisoa prop -sed t ed
. i .... .i-, ,,,, rIn. r:r t., the.war nii' lThe freedom and frequency "' .... ons_ getting out, hbfore- the heat of summer An action wa alo tried ,y the same meaber.efa !ta',. hig,.sit.ioe, to the following
ril sit ated, with the present claimants; it he plddim of o coitrv I .... them had called it fom its turpid slate. ieirn, court, for a breach of promise of mavriage; P~n ', hr, fore is agac to supporthim." '
*id have been considered aa rship, ut the is te voice of fireemmn heard, aind, though thus iit:prisonced, deprived of all power of Y 'I Aled leni vs. h James iCampl A in .eil it tr str a, ;,t h'bnakld riend
l:ouscss of pr'siay 5it:thl aiot h.e existed lnt;,nes we my be mniolr by prejudice, yet motion, adtd defenlted from the hiauin verdict the Plainti'ff, of teiave hun i n the tie Siri't of L I fs n 1p f
Sot 'O I voceor ilsooerOrT be heard. .raysofthoe sui by thenal u rl cooIn G odrrd dd olars was. givcn by the jury. and slcere re p-e avefr.'ssrseGal
!k's of indemmni iscaiionIhave b enm e-..'.' ,: ',"i
tw, and numbers have been plaid ill conft;rnlil.y I, s d the tree, it will remian inl the sa'JLe inac- i--- an Seaon, I n 1tst point Luu to then an onission.
iereto, where others' it the same situation ar I 'I Georgetown the flags were displayed te apparently "ifeiess state, as long- w onK, JULY 1. in imelr ,ot.e of my ,ropOinion I alilted as
enied re.dess.s ,in om these.simple.facts, the. at:the corners of Bridge and Highstret he tree lasts. a ure by wh PRACY The shi Robert, captain rs" s estate
on'is 'ressite, either that Congress and the rile companies counded.by it entered the tree 'aill, perhaps, before ThOmpson,n which arrived yesterday iot- porai.i u y i iyi to ei'r,iu i tae a most k
se deliberatete y paiii out of the public i oley captains ,kurtz an p. andolph, ttur'n:ed out, the xiiration rfa year, be entirely closed ILng in 56 days iLrom Liverpool, was hou. or_ the Uil eCwd st,,.e -; run ciil ar t le bsiut
. ..,.. n 't- to uay other. of' d t ely orgai'z'dpre- up, and io a- kcw yrs will..apper a, solid ded and plundered on lher voyage, Lty a scsste,, oa -'Imne i.aitu-
d an ""h it arid;1,l 'ppear.' prolois sso raLi.)
,,,, a .I,, .. senteu an elegant and artial. appear-ts if itihad a'lwiiyst n sound. e --Narth Aitrricalt piIate,' .u.dr a w.hte t-, i is o fcarf lly powerful .ll ) t t een-it--
.ance. The battalion, accompanied by ''o answer the qIetion-low can they flag. Their behavior was exticinely bru- must belosely watce, tijapptit
The following s from a letter .to a re.- apt.JBra ley s juvenic corps, pommanid exist ifs slich a place for any length of tal, and the ship was robbed of all her sve, that Conigress % ichalera 1' l nl
psctable house in .B timore: p ed by Mjo.r ,tul, marched -from their time ? I reply, they continue in the s.-me cabin states, a quantity of merchandise ba k or est.,b;,sh an ,1,1ore 11 a-t distlieIt I
S. parade ground.t the. residence of Gn. :sate ofturpidity that h oads do in the depth and cordage, a watch, telescope and conm- but the adl r .H.AVANA, 26th June, 1818., smith, where they were reviewed by that of WintLr, and, while n that state, they re- pass,and 5U guineas belonging to te ow [.. I./cck'!y Reg'.
This moment small American scr. officer, accompanied by General Swift quireno sustenance whatever. This is iers.-'- This act of piracy was coeimit LAWFLL WtI iTLNG.
,ith a flagof traces has arrived from Pen- and suite, and several of.the officers of undoubtedly the casd with those found at ed in lat. 31 07, long. 2 o9, upon Brig elf, (says the ei tr of ti
la, bearing the late Governor and e st b a district militia ; and a great depth'below the surface of the ship with 74 souls on board The Pi- W kly C'stcr)in a broker's office to
tai. Our overnrment has informed: p ts h n earth, for, in every iistatice of the knma rate was an American, pilot built, and .et c. Ain bank ,,, .os









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,aO.M T::; .W i A.-tsir.r- p -itb'.


'Ih O l.M N "AND LAWYJ, IS,'

So:ne n1 our r/ as may per-haps havey
seen the attter-i, !lic has been mioe to
throw ridi 0 on0 N "'. -ent';'ll ,O
uw ruic. i,,;.icon he i unad :'
stood tO i etio ie --1 oati subject of a re-
f:atm of r laws. .I-is so much in cha-
racter th the usual! strain of low abuse
in itfi federal papers, as to excite very
litti surprise-however we may pity the
iraporance or despite the folly of its au-
ihorp. To enable our reader to form
sonie judgment on this interesting sub-
ject we publish some extracts from the
Edinburg Review, for November, 1817 .
It is unnecessary to say that this work
stands confessedly at the head of the pe-
riodical publications of Great Britain.-
For profound learning, extensive talents
and enlighitened vi,:ws, no writers of the
-prcse'nt age can be milentioned superior to
the conductors of the Edinburg Review.
Thi opinion of such men re2e;-cti:n.! the
projects of M_ r. lientliah ,:m v.it'ill rob:;-.hlv
be considered as desert ving quite as mucii
attention as the illiberal and interested
remarks of our federal papers. It will
be seen that they speak of -Mr. Bentham
with the utmost respect, and regard his
under, taking as extremely interesting and
important. It will be seen, too, that Gov.
Plimer is not alone in supposing that it
will have to encounter the interested op
position of a host o! lawyers.
Mr. Bentham is now far advanced in
a life which he has generously devoted to
the service of his fellow cheatuies. -ore
than fifty years he has employed in labors
which had no other object than to im-
prove the condition of mankind. Accor-
ding to him, utility is the foundation of all
morals, and should be the object of all
legislation ; not that attention to the in-
terests of particular individuals at the ex-
pe-,ce of the general good-that selfish-
ness, which some moralis's affect to un
dem sta:d as meatat, by what is useful-
but general iti ity-;--ast.g-menatuon .f
the happiness, and a dicrinution of the
misery of the great mass of individuals of
which every community is composed.
Never did any philosopher better con-
form his life to his doctrines, or more
h.oppily illustrate h's pri! ciples by his
conduct. He has consumed his days in
endeavoring to be useful to others ; but,
according to the common notions of the
world, he hasspent themuselessly to him-
self Having completed his education at
Westminster school, and afterwards at
the university at Oxford, with much dis
tinction, he was called early to tIce bar.
.His conne.xito-s or-:r._h was__ s tb_-an .La
yeiry eminent solicitor) must have given
him an early introduction to business;
and his learning, his extraordinary tal-
ents, and his indefatigable application,
rendered his success in the p uiessioi, if
he had continued to follow it, a matter of
certainty. The first eminence at the
bar, and the opulence which attends it,
were at his command ; and if he could
have persuaded himself to accommodate
his political principles to the wishes of
those in power, the most splendid station
and the highest honors would have been
within. his reach.. From _hosz brilliant
..-ocetc mI-TliT turned away ;
and after a very fe.w years of prac ice he
relinquished the profcision, shut hirnscif
up in the retirement of his study, and
devoted himself to the task of legislation.
A citizen of the. world in its pures-t sense,
lie has suffered no opportunity which has
presented itself of benefiting his fellow-
men in any portion of the glube, to pass
away without endeavoring to improve it.
"To France, at the beginning of the re-
v:Au-ion, when every generous and en-
ligh ened mind looked forward with san-
guine hopes to the blessings that seem-
ed dawning on mankind, and when ilhe
national assembly was in possession of
means of niprovingthle human condition,
such as never .)-fore were commanded by
an a-sse mbly of imen-to France, at that
moment of d-lusive Ieoi,, he made the
generous tender of his services. Upon
-thi.ir judicial establishments, upon thicir
colonies, and upon the conduct, or, as lhe
terry ed.i i, the tactics of their assembly,
he composed and translMitted to thiem dif-
ferent tracts, containing new, but at thu
same time the soundest ;lews of reason
and of policy. If the rals faor governing
the proceedings of their asserb!y. aloei
hndr been adopted, those disordire"- and c-a-
lamities which blighted all the iair pri,os-
pa cts t-it. wvere ,e, opening t. the vi::v
ot the nation; aE-!i s, the rest of. Europe,
would, in all roba'iuity, have hcen asci'
ed. For Pt-and. ibr Russia, fii' Ameri-
ca, he has a'ike been desirous of exercis-
ing his philanthropic labors. With re-
spect to his o\vn country, whenever an
occasion has occu red f .t'r cffeing any in,
provement of its laws oa its policy, he has
eagerly availed him r-elf of it. Upon the
s atutes of usury -upon the taxes imno-
sl 0d lmaw- pu t,.- _.. -ao, rihte rf-r.rn.
projected ,n the judicial elstabishiiente
of Scotiandl--upon penal labor', and upon
thei evils and abusca of that system of pe-
nal colomnization whiich has been ad-.pted
in th'e place of it ; uprm all these imnpor.
tant topics he has given to the public his
enilaried anoi.enighttened views. And ihe
has labored for ail nations, anrid lIr a-es
yet to cnine, in his greater works-his
'inlraohduction to the pinciples oh morals
and legislation' ; his treatise, on c: I ant d
penal legislation'; his' theory of puiish-
ments anad rewards' ; and his essay on i
tl.e tactics of political asscmblie'.
SWhether any thing will come of Mr.
SBentham's endeavor to mi::'ove the legis-


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nation of the United States of America, is ticular case which gives occasion fur it .AS- FI -. :: f
yet undetertnmied but ifhis offers here, promulgatioT.. .-
.t : houbt be tnelected or ref'-1ed, the '"Ar;other .-,-i t;...n to this rode ofle East Fior:da .,b',oid( in irnterni edvain-
pet pl both cf America and of Great Bri. gislatior, anid whlch in a free state can ages sfh!ic'.ut to make il o0c 'ftle mo;,
1t,!; will still have great reason to rejice, not surely be oflittle account, is, that the important divisions of North America, and
that t-he were made-inasmtnch as they people have no. cat.':*.1il over those by much more sothan may .hat are alrea
wl ha, ,een the caue o the present whom the.laws are made. dy-opulent. Its level face and mild cli-
-nub2' e:ton, which contains some of the '"t is su tpose-!. tq be a maxim of our mate is not exceeded in point of salubrity
-: important views, on the subject ol consttution,thatwe Or(. to by governed by by any part of either continents of Ame.
S. ',nn the nature ot common n.olaws Li' Loa.4tt-u't,:ch t.. peoplehave, rica. Its extensive lands, fer.ile in the
or unwritten law tarf liave ever been by thI.e r pr ..-.:l0,i" -! given their con- production- of many valuable articles ot
aid before the the public. sent **.o .mann.-hiv .ir. will assert, that ri.:ciltre-.t ;(- in spontaneous high
'i The 'United States are sin-'.ujct to:. "-.: cr'.t.. I o1' the l'Ile 'Was ever oib- growth -ano-pastu;vtge ;. and abounAding in
t!he common law of EnAland, except as trained to tt,.. rdim'.. law, which lifrms native quaiddupeds, lie waste to the a-
far as that law has been altered or repeal- so large a p.']i.3n ,it our jurisprudence mount of above fifteen millions of acres.
ed by British o-' American statutes In ith'e "Such L ..r,.on- the principal objec- Its water courses are numerous, navigable
opinion of Mr. Benthan., an uitwri!tten law tions to .:,, -.'i1-' ...f L isolation. But anrd profusely supplied with a vatiety of
must always be attended with great evils ; it is to b' ..;j ..r:'.' at '. ile this is go- scale,skin; a: d shejHish, and their shores
and he earnestly exhorts the Americans, ing on, -.' r. i- iri.'r,.-t u,- a leis;at in at certain seasons well supplied w".ith wild
in the place of it, to substitute a written of anothn.r k-i,.l ir.-.c ,,.!i .,, with equal f'.'wl. Its stores of lumber art. immense;
code. The greater part of what is ad- activity-I l)a;,t lic av,.,%t;daiudacknow- and the quii'ic.s ot' ian of, themir'an
dressed on this subject to -America, is im- lodged ietL: .ui(c which -very year sends preferred in all the countries where they
media'cly applicable to England ; and a into the '.orl i sicurbimb- col!eci'.in of have been used to those of the same clas
master of greater or more increasing im. new statutes, between these two l gis sesTfound elsewhere, particularly its pine,
portance can hardly be presented to our latures there.is uiii of design : their cedar,cypr,.ss.&live oak,whicharekinds of
view. In spite of the patngyrics which wN)'ks ati C trjikr. as the characters 'of lu-.ober more universally desired in ter-
have so often-been pronMoiinced upon our tne- au. .., arolfiid,., of legislation. Of restrial and marine structures,aud are the
laws, and upon the." administration of a law ; i.-.:ecdinj T .in siicl sources, it :i-s'classes in which it'most abounds. Flori-
them, no person, who is practically ac. int'.u p, ll,': that it is found to be ut- da pine h- beer purchased 4I.Savannah
c;,,i'ted with our E glish system of ju- certain,, intricat-,:obscure, perplexed; in- for ship building at lifty per cent higher
risprudence, and who will speak uf it in- consistiif't, full rtf ti-iie-..tr' and subtle- in price than the pine of Georgia, though
genuously, can deny that it is attended ty and subject to'.'contiuual fluctuations. but aoout2 deg, differencein latitude;&itis
with great and numerous mischiefs, The law, whfch'bisev-ry term discovered well known that the Florida pine has had
which are-every davy becoming more in and brouAht'to liht by the judges, seems a preference in the royal dock-yards of
tolerable. The difficult, s,:the expence, to vie in extent- a'ith that which is England to any other pine that has been
the tedious length of liti nations, their un made by the parliament ; and the law- used there.
certain issue, and, in many cases, the lh- year's library is every year enlarged by The exportations of Florida, amounting
inentable delay of decision, are but too one bulky volurnm of statues, and by se. at present to almost nothing, would be re-
well known to the great number to whom veral volumes of reported decisions. The ry great if h had a sufficient population.
all this is a source of profit, and the far new statutes o(. f.1, year are swoln out to For twenty of the lasrtyears, there has not
greater number on whom it brings down a bulk surpassing that of the year which been exported one barrel ot turpentine,
calamity and ruin. preceded it; and every fresh term seems the produce of this province, whmcreas
"The common law is to be collected, not to beprulificof iimre judicial reports than when it was an infant colony ofG eat B1 i-
from the plaiti text of a comprehensive the term that wert before it So ccnsi- tain, one contractor shioped, from St.
ordinance., which is open to all men to derable are the changes ar.d augmenta- John's 'iverin one season 20,000 barrels-
consult, but from the decisions of courts tons which are thus continually taking again, in Savannah river, Georgia, which
of justice, pronounced in a great variety place in En.glish law, that the treatises, is'in no wise superior to the river St.
of cases, and which have disclosed small essays,and comipilations which have bt.en John's are loaded hundreds of vessels per
portions of it from time to time, just as composed on.varipus legal subjects, re- year, while the whole of this province
the miF.ccllanccus transactions of men in quire to be from time to time removed, does aot load t:n vessel in a year, not-
a state of society may have chanced to re- that they may opt mislead those who withstanding Florida has many more ad-
quire, or give occasion for its promulga- consult them ; and, upon many heads, an vantages arising from itslocal situation-
tion. old law treatise is cf as little use as an al such s extensive fishing streams, super.
tiOf alawsocensti'uted,-it must-nects-ma c--foa-y-as'--nit- has--et-pired. abundantly supplied; large fields for
sarily happen that a large portioin must Dazzling and alluring as these pros. wrecking in the peculiar situation of its
always remain unpublished. The occa- pects are, we cannot recollect the influ- coasts and keys-a more southern cli-
sion for declaring it having never occur- ence which practising lawyers are said to iwate, more genial to the cultivation.of
red, it must rest (as all that is now pub- have in.all the states of America, without some import-ant articles of commerce.and
listed once did) in a latent state, till some fearing that they never will be realized, to many valuable spontaneous productions
e.ent happens to call it into use and into We are n'ot indeed disposed to think so of nature, ,pc.
notice. Of a statute law, we know with illof.their profession as our author does; Its expor'ations might consist of many
certainty the whole extent-and we can but-the spirit and ;tiedency of their edou articles, viz : the four classes of lumber
at once discern what it L:as not, as well as cation. and the:.habits and modes ofthink- already mentioned, and many others ;
what it has provid,:.d ; but ubder the comr- ing which they necessarily contract in the cotton, wool, hemp, indigo, tobacco, pot
inon law there is no case unprovided for course of their practice, cannot but ren- and pe&rl ash, myrile antd bees' wax, tur-
-though there be many, of which it is der, even these of them who are least pentine, tar, rosin, pitch, indian corn,
uxtrcnmely diriicult,and indeed impossible) actuated by .elslsi motives, averse to all "rice, rye, barley, oats, grape and orange
o.0 say beforehand v .'!nt the pr.1visi:m i :. n;''vasnr.s, a. b.ve all to "an _lnov.da- wine, .grape antd pearl brandy.; whiskey,
to-r-rre cahes on. !., I- ,.it.::_.; -1 -. 7.-'1 .._riifl>.' .. ti... of subver- modt liquors, peas and beans, of mrimy
been pronounced,.an unknown law exists, ting the whole system, which it hitas been kinds, a long lit of esculent and medicin-
,vlich mus, be brought to light whenever the business of their lives to study and al roots, culinary, medicinal and manu-
the courts are called upon for their deci- give effect to," facturing oils, beef, pork, fish, butter,
sion. For all practical purposes, a la;v cheese, lard, peltry, kc. &-c. Sugar and
so unknown is the same as a law not in flour have not been fairly tiled ; but in
existtece : To declare, is substantially PEN)LE'TON, C. JUNE 20. Georgia, lying more north, the former is
o enact it; and the judges, though cal- A successful WF.fhunt.-''he farmers nmde it, great perfection, and the latter
ed only expounders of the law, are in re- in thie victni!y if this place have for se- in Louisiana directly west-there is no
ality legislators. veral years past been very much troubled reason to doubt of the lucrative produce.
C' l'he law thus unknown to others tili it by wolves, destroying their sheep, Which tions in Florida ; and its southe-n parts
was promulgated in some decision, can have been seen several times, but eould will suit the growth of coffee-for, torm-
l .rdly be said to have been previously never be taken. On the night of Mon- tig a long peninsula between the two
known even to the judges themselves, day, the 2d inst. they killed three sheep, gulphs, the Ailartic and Mexican, the
When some new question is brought be- belonging to James t;. Griffin, Esq. The climate becomes much more '-:uthern
ore them to.decide, the-se oracles of the next day he collected five or six of his than the attitude warrants.
aw do not, like the oracles of old, (the neighbors, and after di.nnr they sur- These o.dvantages lie dormr.ant onI!
supposed sources of all wisdc:m and know- rounded the thicket where the wolves from th,' v,. t of haimis to put then in;
edge) immediately pronounce their au- had been heard howling before daylight, motion.-~ ..v-'iooa/n Rep.
horitative and unerring responses s nei near where the sheep were killed-they .
other do they retire to their chambers, as soon st v'ed a very I rge he.wolf. which ,C k '.'EAN OF GUACIARO.
f to consult some code of which they are after running round the thicket several
he sole possessors, and then reveal in times, attempted to pass where Mr. Grii- F the London Qumartcrh. Rev;ev.
public, to the contending parties, the text fin was standcg, who shot him. He ran An object of great curiosity was point-
vhicn they have discovered. They pro- a litte distance back into the thicket,andl e out to our travellers (Humbolat and
ess themselves unqualified immediately after a short resistance was kiilted by the Bonpland) at thehliea of the valley of
o decide : They require to be themselves dogs. i he party then returned to the Caripe ; this was the grand' cuevd, or
nformet!. it is necessary that they viiiage, hut having observed thero were cavern of Guacharo. ML. de Humboldt
should hear, and compare, and examine, tracks of different sizes, concluded they observed, that in a country where they
nd reason, and b- a-,sis;ed, by the argu- would search the same woods again, ; in love the marvellous, a cavern which gives
nent of others. before tbey are prepared a sort time they attacked a large she- birth to a river, and is inhabited by many
o pronounce what the law has declared wolf, who ran raund the thicket s1m-lar to thousands of nocturnal birds, the fat el
I'hey even call upon the litigant parties the former, and Wtas killedrby Mr. John which is employed in the 'rlissionns ftor
hetnslves to state, by their advocates, Miller, jun. within 150 yards of the same dressing food, is an intxhaustible subject
bhat they ccncelve the law to be, and to place--both within a, mile of the court- of conversation and discussion. There
upportt heir statements by reat-oning and house. To those acquainted with the na- is nothing, however, ve: y remarkable in
othirities, and analogous decisions ; and ture of the wolf, the circumstances at- this cavern, excepting its great length.
soruetimnes happen, that, even with all tending this affair were very singular' The entrance is about eighty feet wide,
l.is assistance, th.judges find themselves and a similar occurrence is not reemrn- by seventy -two high, and it preserves the
unable to declare what the law is, and re- berecd by theolle]. I,i br'.-Messcger. same direction, the same width, and near-
muire the assistance ofa second argument,
ie thedb as'-stance o f.a second argnrment, a r ly the same height for one thousand four
nd by otier counsel. jdroPhoba.- An extraordinary case hundred and fifty eight feet, which is said
considering, then, these judicial de- of this dreadfulldisease has lately occur to be not one half cf its whole length.
l rati1nsor e m s ti oe Low t h o lo .. ..t-


-o.......I.. as n..o^.iQ. in m ,as redy 1.1 t'u at. o.Oitishal;, n INO'OIK, Ehnglarnd, in
that, which in every new case they to all a boy of sevr.n ye.a'rs of age. It appears
practical pupases reilly arit, the making that so far back as October, 1315, he was
of law,-tus next consider what is the bitteu in the cheek.by a pointer dlqg, lwho
peculiarr character fithis species of legis died very soon after, in an unequivocal
lation. The fist thing to be observed state of madness, T'he chNId's wounds,
upon it is, that laws so made are neccs- however, having ben treated with caus-
sarily e.mpost facto laws. The rule is tic, heed without producing any badc el-
not laid down tiil after the event which fels ; but o the 13Ih ofAprillast, he be-
calls f.nr the application of it ha-i happen- care restless, lost lis sleep i::d appetite ;
ed. Togh new in jcr, yet being of aimd when> seen by a.medicai gei t.lemnbn on
tihe greatest antiquity in t/ieom; it has ne- te i 16t, was declared to labour undar
-ccsurily trfa-p-ceive o<,etatit;-an I ad ydrophobia. On.thlw. evening lihe did.
governs all past, as >ei as' al future is case is particularly in'~er-sting on ac-
tounsaclmi,.s. Prntperty, w.ich had been counted of the very long permd which claps
purchased or trat-soiitted by scent to ed between the injury and i and ppuara'Uice
the present possessor oit, is discovered of the dLscae, '-vwich is Thsually ciosi ;Ceed
by the ncwy declared law to being to as arismg firomit: a period, -hich is, we
other' ; actions, wi acl were thoughint t,-i b l.ve, unprecedented in the hito y of
be innocent, turn jout to be criminal ; an-il ie.liceiie.
the re isnosccuiity tom me-i's possessions, _-
iteir persons, or their !ib:'ties. In a debate ay in y l, i the British
'notonly is thle jtii, who, w e vary i rouse of Commno, ons on the rsunquioa of
moment he is m.,kiiM,. ta t, is l)-urtnd to cash payments by the tBha-nk of Lngrgard,
prfes.- that it is his province only to de- 'le Cie aneelior of the Exchequer gave as
clare it ; not only i ihe thIus coune I to a reason for the ion-resumipton o'f caii
technical doctrionea and to artiicial reason- payments, that a'. experinetit had be--n
ing-he is funrt cnrpetled to takethe t ande by mhe igovernimetr, who put tw.
narrowest view possible of every sm, bjcct n,m,,, and a a f of gold cont in c rco-
on which he l.s!st;.tes. The ,.w hie i!aion in October, wd that nearly t,'c
riakee is necessarily rcstrictelJ to ti.- Far- y:vhle of Lt aicd yvn sed..


The luxuriance ofthe vegetation near the
mou h gave to it a character which, in a
less favored climate, it would Pot have
possessed; for,'as our amihor very justly
observers it is with the openings of ca-
verns as with the view of cascades, the
character of he local scenery, and of the
surrounding country, constitutes the prin -
cipal charm. The bird of night which
inhabits the Cueva de Guacharo is more
curious than the cavern. It is a new ge-
nus, nearly allied to that of Ca;primul-
!,us, to which M. de [Humboldt has given
the significant name of Steatornis.
"It is dih!icult to form an idea of the
frightful noise made by thousands of
these birds in the dak ptart 'f the'
cavern. It can he cumpited only to that
uf our crows, which, in the fir fore'3:s of
the north, live in society, and build their
nests in trees which meet at the top
The shrill anid p;srcing tones of the {G'ua
charo reverberate from the arched mrool,
and echo repeats them in the depths of
the cavern. The Intdians, by fixing tor
ches to the end of a lit: pole, pointed
out ,to us the nests of these birda ; the,,
were fifty or sixty feet ab,)ov' our heads,
in funnel shap-'d hole, with which the:
whole roof of the grotto is riddled. The
noise increased with oa0r advance, and


with the alarm of hie birds at the flare oF
'ar c pal torches. When it ceased for
-, i1 w minutes, we heard distant moans
' tr,,- -,*i r lrancihes of the cavern. The
different lurcks might be said to give al-
ternate ies ,p "n1ssi-
The Indi ns go once a year into the
Cueva dtl Guccharo, about midsummer,
finished with poles, with which they
destroy the greater part of the nests. At
.this time many thousand birds .re killed,
and the old ones, as if to protect their
.muoods, hover over the heads'6f the In-
dilhae yontterirt; f le moi t dreadful shrieks,
The young that fall-ttilthe ground are-
ripped open immediately-. The, perito.
neum is thickly loaded with an unctuous
sohstance, and a layer of fat runs trom the
abdomen :o the anus, forming a kind of
cushion between the third's thighs. This
abundance of :t in frugivorous-anirAals,
not exposed to th- light, and having few
muscular motions, reminds us of the in-
clination to obesity long observed in geese
8c oxen. We know how very much dark-
ness and repose favors this process. Eu-
ropean birds of night are meagre, be-
cause, instead of feeding on fruit, like
the Guacharo, they live on the scanty
produce of he chase. At the period
commonly termed the oil harvest, the
Indians constructlittle habitations of palm
leaves close to the opening, and even in
.the mouth of the cavern. 'We saw some
remains of such still standing. Here,
over a fire of dry sticks, the grease of the
young birds just killed, is melted and ruan
into pots of white clay. This grease,
known by the name of Guacharo butter,
or oil, (manteca or oceibc) is semi-liquid,
transparent and inodorous ; and so pure,
that it may be kept more than a twelve-
month without becoming rancid. At the
convent of Caripe, no oil but that of the
cavern was used in the monks' kitchen,
and we never found it .-e to the dish ei-
ther a disagreeable taste or smell."


_. etn r i lM 11..

THURSDAY, JULY 9.


The SEcrETARY or V WAR returned to
this city yesterday, from a visit to South
Carolina.

A gentleman who arrived in this city a
day or two ago from Alabama territory,
,informs us, that, about the l4th of June
last, be entered the .yest side of the tract
af country claimed by the Cherokee na-
tion of Indians, on the Warrior road, and
travelled through "to the east. The In-
dians Fi-atc:iru Iritnrdly. ; ihe he .ll l.o r's
not hostile, but more sour and unsocial
than he had expected to find them. The
whites who reside among them were also
generally unaccommodating. To one of
the whites who appeared more pleasant
and communicative than others, our in-
formant remarked that the half-breeds
did not manifest that friendly social, dis-
position toward their white brethrea so-
journing through the nation, that they
had been celebrated for by some travellers;
he replied that the half-breeds had gene-
rally selected lands'and opened farms,
from which they realized considerable pro-
fits annually, and that the white people, as
well as the half-breeds, were dissatisfied
.at the almost'certain prospect of the Che-
rokee country being given in exchange
to the United States for lands west of the
Mississippi River, at a treaty which was
to have commenced on the 24th ult. at
Highwassie.

The New Orleans Gazette of the 12th
of June, states, that Tios. B. ROBERT-
soN has resigned his seat in Congress, in
consequence of ill health, and that Ed-
ward Livingston, Thomas Butler, and
Josiah Johnson, Esqrs. have all offered
themselves as candidates for Congress.
We lament this determination on the-.
part of Mr. Robertson ; by which the
country in general, and his district in
particular, are deprived of the services
of an upright, honorable and intelligent
Representative. A more stern and un-
bending Republican does not live: and,
when with these qualities we combine
Mr. R's assiduity and information on
mattersof business, it is with reason we
regret his retirement fi'rom public life,
-scan....-------
Nw-ve'CK, JUI.Y G.
The U. S. ship of the line Washing-
ton, Corn. Cn..tterv, arrived in our hat'r-
baor yesterday afternoon, and anchored at
the quarantine ground about sunset. She
sailed from Gibraltar 2Sd May, and came
by way of Madeira, which she left 3:t
days since. Commodore Chauncey, and
some of the oiccrs, came up to town
yesterday afternoon. We !earn tl'hat the
crew are all in good health. The resi-
due of the squadron had .ot arrived at ,li-
braltar, but were momently expected.-
ThonTu1 D. Andet'et'", Esq. late covnsul at
Tunis, and Mr. Henry Ogden, ofIiis ti-
ty, are pa'isenger"'s in the Washington.


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A letter from Halifax: by the Packet,
of June 20 says, The o,-rdr in council
on the free port act, is not received by
the Packet, nor has th'e c, lector receiv-
ed any instructions respecting it. It is,
therefore, supposed the act will not take
effect till after the 30th Sept "
By the ship Julius C-csar, Capt. Mar-
shal, who sailed from Liverpool on the
25th of i'Iay, we have r-ceived prices c'ur-
rent of that date, which ':>te....upland
cotton at 20 1-2d to321 l-2d1-Sea Island
:3s 3d to 4s-flour 44s per bbl. and dull.
We have London papers and Lloyd's
Lists to the 22d May inclusive.
From Havre.-The brig Factor sailed
from Havre on the 24th May, and Capt,
Curran has politely favored us with the
latest French papers, which are barren oi
news. Cotton Was steady at 55 to 56 sous
for Uplands; Rice improving; Coffee
28 sous 8 rising. The Factor has on board
50,000 dollars speciefor the Branch Bank
in this city. Among the paserngers is
Mr. De Fourgeres, Consul of France foi
Charleston.

On Saturday the 4th, an election wae
to be held in the several towns in Con-
necticut for Delegates to attend a State
Convention to decide upon the question
whether a written Constitutionh shouh
be formed. We expect it was severely
contested ; ,but, though we have not, of
course, heard the result, we have no doub
it will be favorable to the formation o
a constitution. -.

Capitulation of -Pensacola.-A New-
Orleans paper of June 12 contains the ar.
ticles of capitulation of Fort St. Charles
Barancas, in Pensacola, totheoarry utdet
the command of Major Ge- eral Jackson
The capitulation consists of 23 articles
which occupy two columns of a ,ew Or
leans paper. The following are amo:!g
the most important 6f the conditions re
quired. The garrison to march out with
the honors of war,their arms to be stack
ed at the foot of the glacis, where they
were to ken-ain until the troops were em-
barked for Havana, when they will be re-
turned. The officers and troops to carry
with them their personal effects. All ti-
tles legally derived from the crown of
Spain, prior to this date, to be guaranteed
and respected. The garrison to be tran-
spotted to Havana on account of the U,
States, and Spanish rations to be allowed
w here they do pot exceed those of the U
lat~s. \A '-ompetent number of vessels
ito h< :urnishi-d for embarking the person.
al effects, papers, &c. of the governor
and those in the civil and military office
to be delivered up without inspection.--
The sick and wounded to be maintained
by the United States. The garrison of
Pensacola to enjoy the same privileges a>
the garrison of yBarancas. The provi-
sions actually founrd-in the two places to
be appropriated for-the Spanish troops
Individuals disposed to remain in Florida
to be respected and protected. The offi
cers and troops to be transported to Pen-
sacola, where they shall remain until em-
barked for Havana. The Alabama chief
now in the fort, named Opayhola, shall
be included in this capitulation, the go-
vernor engaging that he shall never re-
turn to Florida.- A free toleration to all
religions granted. Any Spanish vessels
arriving to be freely admitted,
ART, 19. The capitulation is made it-
der the confidence tba: the general of the
American troops will comply with
his offer of returning integrally this
province in the state in which he
received it, as stated in his official letter.
Approved-and the restoration made un-
der the conditions expressed in General
Jackson's communication to the Gover-
nor of Pensacola, dated 23d May, 1818.

BRITISH FREE PORTS.

BOSTON, JULY 3.
By the packet Queensbury, which has
arrived at Halifax from ELngland, a copy
of the act of Parliament for establishing
a free port in Nova Scotia, and another
in New-Brunswick, was brought. It re-
ceived thle royal assent on the 8th of
fay; but the order in council, to desig-
nate the ports and establish the regular.
tions, it scems,had not been issued so late
as the 22d of May, but was expected at
Halifax by a sloop of war which was to
sail from England the fhrst of June. Till
this order is received, the act cannot go
into operation.
This measure will not be altogether
satisfactory to the British West India Is-
andls, as, for several months.in the yeah,
th... e navigation to Neva Scotia and New-
Bruitsswick is not-convenicnt and safe.
The act was passed in the House of
Lords without debate.

Sports of the. West.--A'gentleman iii
this neighborhood has recently received a
letter from his friend in East Tennessee,
in whom he places entire cot'fidet ce,
which states, That his neighbors had a
squirrel hunt some time this spring, and
shot to the number of 2000 squirrels it,
one day, anid thought they had done won-
ders. But their boasting was st pped by
an account of a hunt the people had ini
West Tennessee, about the same time.
There was a company took up a bet of
500 dollars withI another company, wht
should get the most scalp". They turn-.
ed out, and in one day tht whole of then
had shot 33,000 souirrets."


l'--e r-rcoroedcr.


S-: BANK OF THE T't1 o"T;,i,3.'

At an election heldi en the .6th installt,
I for Directors for this Bank for tih ensu-
ing year,the following gcntlenimen were e-
lected:
John P. Van Ness, James T/,omnison,
Josiah A'tei : Junmes HI. 3Blake,
Peter Lenox, Milatthew I Wright,
Burton Ihettcroft, B-enjamin 0den,
J.Iumt M. Varnumn, Charles cIiil,
: Benj. L. Lear, John Tayloe.
And on the 7-th, the board met and .u-
t nanimously- :re-a:ipphinted"on Vo P; VAN
NEss President.
-. CENTRAL .L BANK.

The following gentlemen were chosen
Directors of the Central Blunk of George-
town and Wasnington, on the 7th inst.
alis-/a Rig's, If m. ltlbl),
Th/om tae Cook, (Gust. Hurrison,
f Richard Lay, T. C. Iodlges,
Jl C. Scott, J. B..Brookces,
1'n. IWorthtington,Jr. J. Cru-tenden,
S George King-, C/has. Glover,,
FI .FANCIS Doter, President.

THEf FOU-kTHi OF JULY.

BALTIMORE, JULY 7.
The return of this ever-memorable and
s glorious Festival was, celebrated with the
- usial demonstrations 'of joy and !iilarity.
e Business was suspended, and the stores
F generally closed. A handsome salute was
i fired by the Eagle Artilckry, under the
command of capt. Duncai., at dqy light,
F ;n Chinquopin Hill;likewise another
t from Fort McHenry.
f The different papers in the city had an-
nouned that the steam boat Unnited States
would be launched on the morning of that
- day from the ship-yard of Mce -r. Flan-
. mnga and BLeahem, Fell's-Point. With
a view of gi ying to the residents of the
' city an opportunity 6f witnessing it, the
steam boat Chesapeake left Bowley's
* wharf, at an early hour, and came too a-
, bout 300 yards to the right of the Unztedr
States, having on board a brilliant asseui-
blage of Lsadies; and as we are informed
about 4i0 gentlemen. A few minutes af-
' ter 10 o'clock the U. S. glided majestic.
. cally into her destined elerneist, amid the
y shouts and huzzas of an immense con-
- course assembled to witness that truly de-
- lightful scene.
An Oration was delivered at 11 o'clock
- before the Protection city and a nu-
F merous auditory, by Mr. TysoN.

PHILADELP-IIA, JULY 3.
The 4-3dr anniversary of American In-
dependence was j...) fully celebrated in
this city. The voiunteer- corps of artil-
lery, cavalry and infantry turned out and
fired ajieu de joie, 'the church bells'
thundering harmony stunned the glad
ear,' and every business seemed nearly
as completely at a sjandi as though the
day were aw-eligious, hot a criticalal Sab-
F bath. About 2 o'clock, a respectable as
Ssembla;e of citizens in the County Court
SHouse were gratified by hearing the de-
claration of .ndeficna-see read by James
X .'. Barker, Esq. and an '2ran, deliver-
ed by Dr. Samuel Jack on.,

NEW-YORK, JULY 6.
.The anniversary of ihe declaration of
ind upendence 'was celebratcoiri-this city on
Saturday last with usual demonstrations
of universal joy. The bells were rung
at sun rise and sun set, and salu.es were
fired from most of the forts in the harbor :
the military paraded at 10 o'"zlock and
-were reviewed by general Morton in
Hud ori tr i ; after which they march-
ed off the ground in a very handsome
style, passing and saluting the mayor
and the civil authorities who wereassecmn
bild on the steps of the city-hall.
The several societies assembled int
character and walked in processit.n to
the circus, where, an, oration suitable to
the occasion was delivered by William
Price, Esq.
In the evening, though the weather was
a little damp, the various public gardens
were tastefully illuminated; and other
places of fashionable resort, the park the-
atre and the pavilion theatre, thronged.
The mayor received an uncommonly
large crowd 'of visitors at the city-hall.
The Society of Cincinnati dined together
at Washington Hall. The corporation
very humanely spent thelatter part of the
day at the penitentiary; had a splendid
feast and dined suniptuously, surrounded
by the poor of the city ; to whom I dare
say, they distributed a plenty of the
crumbs that wept from their table. Maif-
fey had his automatons in full exercise,
and astonished the natives at Washington
Hall. Steam boats were put in requisi-
tion ipon our waters, and in short mirth
and glee claimed the city and its environs
as their own. How could a Fourth of
July be kept better?


ttON'EGOBAY, (JAM.) MAY 9.
The brig General San Martin, belong-
ing to the Republican Government of
Buenos Ayres, and commanded by Jose
Guillermo Estifano, arrived off this an-
chorage yesterday. Sihe is bound to
Margarita, to be repaired, and has on
board Don Pedro Gual, Venezulian min-
ister.

INDIA FLY FLAPS.
NE case Indir tFy lmats, jst received and
f'r sale by JOHN I'EAUODY.
Gecrgctcwn, July 9

PRINTING
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{ POt' ROU'TIS, m-&.---cCONTlNUED.

P. P 6Op ,AL-
,V-r carrniln ;. 'I., mUnited S,../te.
on t1-e ; .... P e1' l be re
i ,/ at the Gen rl .Post Office, it
thle city, of *',.. u .."', until the 26th
day of ;(...'. '. ., ',' inclusive.
LOUISIANA.
2I:. F-rom oForis 1i't P.-,il River by
Stritvwer:y Bluff,& '. l.7,nr-.i,'s to Mad"
isonvil!r; ami s. -
'_L tA':" Fuord',-'-'rri Snitr- T "itt u_- .: .
and aii.'i,.- at .Mal i'n ille d ii Sunday
by 11 a iI. L.,'a-v- ,Miia l s r.> ilI.e every'
Thursday at i. p n and.-arrive at Fords
on Fritd y by *S in*. m ,.
2-47. t''nt, Mudeonrimlle Ir, Ne.i,-
Orle.,ns, o., i a 2-k, j2 inl-..
Leavt c 3lt,.,.\ ill' r' ',ur dai y nat
21 i a ind ua nvt- iat "iew. Orl-- iS 1.3 '
mn. Leave N -r 1i l,ii nes In t:iId.t
at S a in ii iii i-t n i l M1.iadic ,villc
by 2 p in. -
2s48. From N n-!,r.: bi Swansville,
W oods ile ic Pi..1:ki.' 1..', W ebbs, St.
Francisville, Tiiiiii soi' .Creek, St.
John's 'luins, Bato'n Ri,pg., Manuel.ck,
llautmclardsvill, -.,,dhr-i. 's and But-
ler's to Ne-W-Orieatnsdiree iinegtsa--wee-
214 miles.
Leave Natehez every Sunday, Tues-
day andl Friday at 2 p m and arrive it
.Nw-Otrleans tie nextsWednesday, Fri-
day and(l Mond:-y byi4 p m. Leave
Ntew-Orleans every Ihliursday, Sunday
and Tn:sday at S a m and arrive at Nat-
chez the next Sunday, Wednesday anud
Friday Iy i1o ait.. ,
249. i' room New-Oireatis, by Point la
IHtinsch, Gent.ili and St: Philip, to Ba-
lize, once at week, iW7 miles.
Leave New-Orleat'i every Saturday
at 8 ai m and arrive atB ilize on i.on-
ay by (i p in. Lev( Balize every
Wednesday at 6am and'arrive at New-
S)rieaus on Fridiay by 4 ,p in.
S2o0 From ,l'it- l..r-'s il, by Donal-
soitown, Assutinption, Mouth of Teche
-iver, Franklin, Newtown or New Ibe-
ria and Si. Martiisville, to Opelousa,
once a week, 146 tiiles.
Leave l1anehiardsville every Sunday
noon. arnd arrive at (,' lhn w, the 'next
Wednes day by (i p m.' Lave Opeloisa
every T1ursdiayi at 6 a mn and arrive at
Blaetthardsville the next Suhtday by 11
it nm.
2.51t. Fromt Opelousa to Rapids, once
in two weeks, So ilets.
Leave Opelousa every other Thurs-
day at 6 a m and arrive at Rapide
on Friday by 7 p in. Leave Rapids
every oiuer Tuesday at 6a m and arrive
At Opl)Iousa on st wednesday hy 6 p in.
253. From Woodville, Cains's Cur-
lis's Ferry, Sji;UIler's, Bos'k!er's B ids,3,.
"; ..L L I .l l I\ .. t .i". jiilig .. I.
aii! i-'u .p-r ti, .i.tilh. 1 die, once a
week, sfi niles.
Leave Woodtville every Friday at 2
p I arrive at /otiouat Arid ou Sat-
i-rday at 2 p nim nd arrive at .Mlaison
ville on Swiun(ilay y by a i. Leave Madi-
sonviile every ;V wednesday at I p nm and
arrive at Ntuodville the next Friday by
1 a nm.
2533. rom Assumption to La Four-
che interior court hou.se;24 miles, one,
at week.
Leave Assumptioa evry .h onday at
5 a in and arrive at t1he court house by
11 a iu. Leave there 0ati p m and ar--
rive ut Assumption by 8 p m.
2554. From Natchez, by Concordia ot
Dayton, 'F. s.u, ic.ly island, Love-
lace Lake, bt. Louis, U; Catahoola e i.i
Baii-,ters and Catamjoola Prairie, to Ra-
pids, oinee a week, .t il .s. ,
LeaveNatchvez every 'Tuesday at 2
p ni arrive at Catalioola c hI on Wed-
iesday t.by 8 p and at Ratpids the iinextl
Friday by 6 p us. Leave rapids every
Saturday uAt 6 am and arrive at Nat-
chez on Tueisda;.y by 10 a m.
255. iFroni Cittahioola e h by Bailey's
Ferry, to Washita e Ih 78 miles, once it
fortnight.
Leave Catahoola e h every other
Thursday at 6 a im aud arrive at Wash-
ita e h on Friday by 6 p m. Leave
WVashima c every other Saturday at 6
a n and arrive at Catalloola e hi on
Sunday liy r p in.
250. Front tRapids, to Natchietoehez,
orice a week, 65 miles.
Leave Natehitoch,:.zqyvery Thuirsday
at 9 a tm and arrive at Rapids ou Friday
by 6 p tin. Leave Hapids every Satur-
(lay at 6 a in and arrive.at Natehitoeliez
on Sunday by .2 p n,.
257. From --l. Fr,atnieisville, by Feli-
(iana e It lobgood's Ford, to Mount
Arid> 52 mnilis, .nonee a week.
SLeave A.loiat Arid every saturday at
Sp in and aru'rive at St. Franeisville
on Sunday hy 6 p in. Leave St. Fran-
cisville every Friday at 6 a in and ar-
rive at .Mount Arid on Saturday by 10
a Iii.
NOTES.
1. The Post-master Geneal may expe-
dite thIe mails atd alter the times for ar-
rival and departure at any time during
the continuance of the contract, he pre-
viously stipulating an adequate compen-
sation for any extra expense that may be
occasioned thereby.
2. Fifteen minutes shall be allowed for
opening and closing the mail, at all offices
where ino particular time is specified.
3. F-r every thirty rnmirtes delay (un-
avoidable accidents excepted) in arriving
after the times p'recribed in any contract,
the contractor shall forfeit one dollar; and
if the delay continue until the departure
of any depending mail, whereby the mails
destined bfor such depending mail lose a
trip, a forfeiture of double the amount al-


lowed for carrying the mail one trip shall
be incurntd, u.i!ess it sha:l be made to ap-


pear thit the ('V:iy was occasioned oy
ur-vnil,.it-', accident ; in. which case the
amount -o the pay for 'a.trip, 'ill,, in
all cases, be forl itecl and retit id. '
4. Pert ns )inilig proposals are de-
sirted to s'.ate theft price,. by the .:, .-1
Those who contract will receive then-
pay quarterly-ir the months of I 'chi-,-
ary, May' August and November, one
month after the expiration of eacti quar-
ter. .
5. No other than a- free white person
shall beeu.c ployed to- .carry the mail.
hee-ti rte proposer intends to con-
vey the inwil in the body of a stage car-
riage, he is desired to state it in his pro-
posals.
7. The Post Master General reserves
to himself thb right of declaring any
contract at an end, whenever one failfire
happens which amounts to the loss of a
trip.
8, The distances stated are such as,
have been communicated to this office,
and some of them are doubtless incor-.
rect: on this subj ect the contractor must
inform lhii'lf ; io alteration will be
made in the pay on account of any error
in this respect.
--- l.The contracts are to be in operation,
on the first day of January next, and are
to continue four years.
RETURN':. J. MEIGS, jr.
S'ost Ylater General.
General Post Office; .,. .
Washington City June 20, 1818. -

FOR ENT,
A TWO STO1Y till,' I*; HOUSE, 'finished
l in e., d styl', with back buiiliri-s, and a
stable sufficient ftbrihre horses, s;uated on
Ninth street. Possession mar be hid imme-
diately, by applying to S1lMiO MEADB,
Corner o0 Ninth and D streets, ..W. City
juiy 9-3t

FOR SALE,
A HANDSOME scond-nind BAROUJCaRE,
Which will be ,olddvery low. Apply tt,(
M:, tuar, chair maker, under Capitol Hill.
Washington, Ju!y 9-colm

THE SULiJb liER
AS just recciltve, A:ac ...tiers tor sa'e, 23
uCIcets superior Jam;,ca tutfee ; 18 d..z
bianc Louton Cl ret, v-ry fint ; a5 SU ,s a ..
Jliiltei irt.; Cogn'.c tlaildy ; iju aLa SiiAtS;
Mo!asse ; botues in h ,an-..s, &ac. &c. which ,
in addiction to his prior assormein of biuce
ries, may oe had whotesa.e on advantageous
terms. JNO. PETER.
Georgetown, July 9-6t

Prince ;eorge's County Court,
.prit lermt, 1818.
T HE commissioners ppc nteau cri tlue peti-
S tion of Brooke Eumronston and others, for
a d visionn or sale of the real estate of Ninian
Ednmonston, under the act, entitled an act
to direct descents," naving made a returnata
ting, that the estate cannot in their judgment
be divided by jury to dthj parties-it is thre-
,.p.. or, u..a-me- repeasenit 'aus sp.;.ea. .u.
t r- iis court ttoue held at Upper Ma': bro'. wa
on the first Mondiay in eeptember next, to -hew
cause, if any they h ave, -,hy ihe tturn of the
commissioners ato resaid should not be con-
4i.'med ; and that notice be given to the said re-
presentatives by a publicationot this order in
the National Imelligencer once a week ior touc
weeks successively, before the said first Mon-
day in September. ED. HARWOOD,
Clerk of Prince George's County Court
july 8-law4w

IN CHANCERY,
PRINCE GEOllGE'S COUNTY COURT.
April Term, iSiS.
OItKDERED, That the sale made and report
ed by 'Ihomas Esep,trstee for he sale of
'he laid f Priscilla Boteler, be ratified confirm-
ed,unlass cause beshewn to the cuntrary,bet' re
the first Monday in September next. Provide,,
a copy of this ord er be inserted once in e,.ct
if three successive weeks in the Nationsi In-
telligencer before the said day. The report
states the amount ofssles tobe 800 do lars.
By order of the Judgesof Prince George's
county court, sitting as a court of equity.
SED. HARWOOD,
jnuly 9-law3w Reg. Cur. Can

80 Dollars Heward.
SAN AWA;Y from the subscriber. living in
1 Bladeneburg, on Saturday night last, ai
Song negro wor- an named Aian, about 17 or
18 years old; her complexitin quite black, a-
Wou- five feet high, stout and well made, and
has been chiefly employed in domestic occupa-
tions ; handy with her needle, aid a good wash;
woman ; has a mark upon one of her armns,
above the elbow, a little raised above the skin.
She look with her a variety of dress, (having
robbed her distress and young mistress pre-
vious to her elopement) such sa white cam-
bric and striped blue and white gingiam wrap-
per, several pair of white cotton stockings, a
pair of green morocco shi.es, with three strap s,
black silk bonnet, &c. &c. The above reward
will he paid for her apprehension and secur-
ing her in jail, so that I get her again, any
where out of the state of Maryland ; an4 if tA-
hen in Baltimore, or fifty miles from home, 40
dollars will be paid ; if taken any where un
der that distance, and delivered to the sub
scriber, or secured as above, a reward of 20
dollars; and all reasonable charges in either
case will be paid. Previous to her departure,
she was heard to say, that she had a wish to
see Bosten, and perhaps may attempt to get
to the northward.
LEONARD M. DEAKINS.
Bladensburg, Prince George's County Md-St

NEW BOOKS.
TIE subscriber has just received at his
Book and Stationary Store near the Thea
tre, the following Works, viz-
The Fudge Family in Paris
Child Harold's Pilgrimage
Canto IV. by Lor Byron-ta which is added,
Beppo, a Venetian story
Jacobsoun's Sea Laws
Woman, or Pout et Contre, a Tale, by the
author of Bertram, &c.
Lectures on Rhetoric and Oratory, by John
Quincy Adams L L. D.
Orations of Demos henes
Dictionary of all Religions
Trial of the Mail Robbers
Observations on Lord Bathurst's Speech,
sent sealed to Sir Hudson Lowe, to the address
of Lo d Liverpool, on the 7th day of Octot er,


1817.
I approve of these observations. I desire
that they may he placed before the eyes of the
sovereign, and lf the people of England "
NAPD)LsVOI,
July 9-3t GIDEON DAVIS.


T 500 'it l;.th's, s/
.4. ,'S, cambl'c:, -trunk all coe'S
I cse Vr minias, l-.,. e levo nines
Enamt's..:d 3. C.4e< ei, di, bedlickingtS
A. k .. q. '.." .' rar c -;, of stx',
-.- i, .- L, .l, gouge,
nals,.screws, &c. ...
JOHN EABODiAac'-r.
SGeorgctown, jily 7-

Postponed Sale.


Tj HE subscriber being appointed by the6
JL Hoemrable the Cilcai1 Cour-t cOf h1
District of Columtia, tiustLC for, the bene
fit of the credmito s of Thomas Johnson, of
Washington coun-y, atotesaid 1).strict, an.
insolvent deb, or, will expCse to public sale
to the highest biddes,. on the pi eises,..'on
Saturday, 20th June next, all the estate,.
right, title and interest, of the said Thomas.
Johnson, consisting of one laige 'wo stery
brick house, in sqonie 86, in V':.shing on
cry. A'so, flat elegant ais d for a Live- y
Stible,with the whole of-the Stables as they
now s and on square 105, tw, 'lots 16 and
17, front ing I ;rd 19 streets west.
Terms of Sale-Six and tv elve months,
the purchasers to.give nctes Ail h app.ov .d
-securities. Sale to r. tniprence at 6 o'clock,
P. M. JOSIAS M. SPEAKER. Trustee.
DAVID) BA.TES. inct'r.
The above is further' postponed to
THURSDAY, the 9th July.
June 27-eots

Washington Hotel for sale.
UltsaU,,N' To a deed or .-ru.- f.-, : op-
pai. Wes-er to he subsc,' tbe, da -. 4th
: y, 1816, *o scclrc a debt 0 i ; fiv" t h-t(',.,d
liree hlmitired dollars, wilt be itod by piL .tie
aui.: I, thi: esiablishnie:ton 'ihe Pennsylvynia
rem.ei well known s ti t ,'h i ion H,. t,],,
or sc .i par of the groiiud and !,i:d ngs as m",.y
oe ginfficteit to cov(r tile rriu-ni oit s.id der:,
in'erest, ex. 'n-es *f sa'_, &c The sale 'aill
take pt..e o' t:e p em:ase n F ;ay thit 17th
-.t. t t 11 o'oi. ck, A. An i,.,S a the property
should be pr-vausiy redee, e-.
JOIIN TAYLO-S.
ju:v 7-ts P. tAUiO, l ec'V
I During my absence from lhb ci y, enquiries
,n th.- above subject will beanswieoe by B. L.
Lear, E q. J. T.

CO('UAT'Ei NOTICE.
N order to save the [ ubhl the trouble of at-
tending upon the invitation contained in
the above advertisement, we Lhink it our duty
to give notice, that the property has been long
ago redeemed, inasmuch as we who are now
the proprietors of the establishment, have re-
ti-ed the note which the deed ot trust as
given specifically to secure. It is not expect-
ed, therefore, that any person can he inclined
'o mtke a nugatory tond nomnna purchase, ;un-
less, indeed, with some vi..w to speculate upon
the guaranteeof the sive-rtiser. -
DAN'EL-RAPINE,
JAMES PA.TTEK.-O;,
JOHN M'GOWAN.
July 9-8t

LAND FOR SALE.
'W ILL be sold at public auc'ioii, at the
rsidence of the subsciiijtr, near ti.e
eastern etid of the lower b-rtie across n he
Eastern Branch, on Monday, the 20th day
of July tpxt, at ten o'clock, A. M. a tract
of iand containing about one hundred acres,
lying within one aid a lialf miles of the
Ease:rn Branch, and nearly due sounh, and
in sight of the capitol. About one hitrd of
the tract is covered vwiti young lhrivi.g
timber. The cleared land is tolerably pi o-
ductive, and nes well for improvement,
and, from actual experiment, clover ar;vd
plaster has been found to act wedl on it.
There are a number oftyoungirivi.. g truit
trees on it-apple, cherry, p.-ach, d .iison,
&c. The improvements having be;n much
neglected for several years, ate out ;f re-
pair. At same time and pace will b,. sold,
the house and lot on Yv hi the suijscritbe.r
resides, with two other lots-one, with a
small house erec,Qd on it ; the oth6r, en-
closed with a good fence, a.d lying on the
street leading from tce *Eastern Biarch
bridge, and within a iihundrei a!id fity or
two nunared vatrds cf the same. A fii-ther
description is deerned uniecess;,iy, as those
disposed to purchase no 0: ubt will view the
premises, which will be shewn on applica-
tion to the, subscriber. Terms ot sale iadie
known at time and place of st-le ; aid an
indisputable title given by the subscriber.
JOHN BEAN.
June 17-2awts GEO. ADAMS, Auct'r

FOR SALE,
THREE tousand two hundred acres of Land
in London county, Va. situate on the b. oad
ran of Potomac, 10 miles from Leesburg, -nd
22 front Georgetiiwn, between the little river
turnpike road and the Potomac river, abilt 2
miles distant from the tormer, and 6 from the
latter.
This land is well watered by the broad run,
is highly susceptible of improvement by the
use ofplaister of paris and clover, as has been
ascertained by experimentsts first rate pas'tre
and meadow land, sad has the advantage otfv.o
good sites for water mills of ano kind.
I will sell the above land upon very reasocn-
able and accommodating terms, or exchange
it bfor real property in the city of Washing:on.
For terms apply to me at the corner of D and
12th streets, in the city of Washington, or to
Maj. Fleet Smith, at Leesburg.
IeENRY ASHTON.
feb 24-wtf

Was Committed
TO the gaol of larfird county on the 4th
instant as a runaway, a negro fellow by
the name of costly. lie is 5 feet 7 i:-ches
high, about 20 years ofage, straight, and slen.
der made; he lias a smtit scar on his ueck,one
(n his collar bhne, above the breast, a.d some
small scars on Ins left leg. The little finger
on each hand is crooked, arid the large toe of
his left foot appears to have been split by some
edged tool. His clothing consists of a tr ltbr,
coarse blue cloth ciat, striped cotton vest, c :-
duroy pantaloonn, &c. He now says tha! hist
trnu name is (;seorge Washingion. I h- wner
isdesired ti, cime ard release lim. otierwic-ie


he will be sold agreeably to law, to pay his
prison fees, &c.
JASON MOORE, Sheriff'.
Inrford, may 12-18-2aw2rn










.... -___ cultivated nature, viz.-that which i- t3ASUALTIESI e.
oth onIond Black Dwarf ofApril 1, 1818. erected to freeitsnative .soiltfrom ite fkloul --
mthe [. on oApr .luxuriance of those rankling weed that The Palmyra Register states, that d-
EMI RATION TO AMPAUCA. overshadow danger and seduce the care- ring ta severe thunder storm, on the 4th
te shore th,,vnress esstlesstrong, less to destruction, The emigrant is a June, a Mr. Willirami Barret,of Penfield,
-'ev he..-hr -s for the re.stto bear- brave and honest man. The man who was killed with lightning, while standing
Oo' tn g er, s t ..... rove alon "'
Th t". I.ess danger, wUt -.. '.e is," h .ill defend his rights at home, is the he. under an oak tree in the field where be
T t '.stlli rhstIhe-anratispn to Ar erica ro. e may fall, but he will never be had been at work.. The Lane paper adds,
is Te i eef Brh emgrat to iAmerc into thia tn man th t, on the evening of the succeeding
is nito f to .. forgotten. ay, n daughter of Mr.. Barnet Peters, in
I'rts ofth,,'o aroi'(nd, to all extent which i
taa tile vation of some of our best oPaloy-a.as sui oned ina. momnt
artifeers antl kmen, and includes even.per. IM THE CONNEC TICUT cOAT. to te, Mi Npk:, in similar. though
.saas, who, their sit&atio' 1,' t,"1 ir0n ajT.Ht-" TH FO LE AT'rITUDE O USSTA more extraordinary manner. She was
Pe.' .t r ae wiae"for quitt their In a sketch of the milir ualia w i, th.ee f beryounger
contr- '. ... er. -:in. -,-it onoeachsie adone at ner
-.' .!oaurter affects to be alarmed at power of Russa, in thTl yoar i.., ascrib- .ters, one ot each side and t ne at her
thi tatenert, and very pathetically a. ed to the pen of sir tRobert Wilson, the f-et, when the fatal bolt, contmissioned
S thTellq oft, those who wih t o et cal.Y a- writer states, that since Alexander caIne for her destruction, singled her out with
ot o e reach of the tax-gatherer, th first to the throne, the population of Rus- such infinite precision, that the. three
tvThe.m an, and the usurping faction that sid has risen by increase of population and sisters around hr Aerernot injured.
jenies them the rights of freemen, and acquisition, frour thirty-awx to forty-two n the hea-
expects thein.to be willing slaves It is millions of people ; that her territory has -'" '... .. .. *'. .- During the hea
ver i, certainly, to wish to escape been extended onahlno.t every side ; that vy :.-iAll ute I.1ti. ult. the sloop Pat-
fi'on the bondage of such indn/ygent task her frontier is distant only about two Iun- ty a' d i-arutlae, of b.rnegat, was upset a
masters; but o setiacy is oar national drtd and fifty mies firotm Constantinople I.ta.' triles hely ithe Highlands, and .seven'
failingr. s 'o disiketaxation and distr by water, and three hundred by land, ii a P.,r:.n.,s,iaspa-dn-e on ,boardwere drown-
a very ffo.li di, no doiiet, but, when folks direct line; thatPe-rsia is4t her feet; that an cd. I'hey c.rasit-il of four ladies and
have got it into their heads that they are army might sail from thit Bltic through three gentle en. They were unlortuna-
evils, what is to Ie done ? The poor an internal navigation from Petersburg to tely in the c.,bA and unable toescape-the
Courier is very agry indeed, and tells a .Astra can, and, ending. on the southern other perso.nsi board being on deck
thousand pretty tales of misery in the shore of the Caspian, .pitch their tents were saved.
utninhab td w.ids o"f AintcraZ, anrd the withirn'tour liunrich-.d mfiI c oTthl.:FVr&in in
bad condbt'on of the emig ants; ut to gulf, fromin whence the voyage to the Bri. Died, in East Greenwich,R. I. the 18th
no purpose People'stil pack up their tish setdements in the East Indies, name- utI. the only son of .Mr. Samuel Pearse,
little, they have any thing left, and set ly, to Bomnbay, is- nly from twenty-tou.r nearly three years of age. His death
o1' for the land of lit-'ty ; and those who to'thirty.daysi- buth monsoons; and to yvas caused by a malBean, which two
, ."' n aothi", arc wl more eaer to go to Madras but eight or ten 'days longer in days previous h' put into his mouth to
a country, wlre' the government does the S.W. munsoon ; that, from Kamschad. prevent its being taken from him ; when
not stand 0atthe entrance of every enter- ka they have extehded to the north west in the act of laughing it unfortunately pas-
rizeand say ai n before you go on.'" coast of America, where they have made scd into the trsac!ea or wind pipe. His
All this is very, ver'! foolish, but folks several establishments, and that, since the respiration became considcrably'obstruc
will haveL ther wav. The Times' is not. year 1813, the Russians have descended ted, and paroxysms of spasms and con-
agy ; it is oT-y sr-, veri sorry, that the American coast, passed the Columbia vOlsions wereepioduced, so violent as to

such things should be, nd wishes the river five hundred miles, apd settled in threaten immediate death ; to these suc-
cotuitr to be 'ade lozvly,' that the peo- Padoga, only thirty miles from the Spati- ceedcd i lt'.,,: ii, which he appeared
pie noy love it again, and stay at home. rih establishments in California. to suffer no inponvenience. Dr, Eldridge
lus i. a very good idea. But how is it The writer of this sketch proceeds to attended and 'proposed the operation qf:
ci b- dune T re country is the same, or ;.ate that in the year 1790, Russia had u bronc/htomy, oi. the opening of the wind,
improved. The people are better in- tispolsaie army of only lifiy thousand pipe, and thee tracuoiu of .he bean ; to

lfi, 1d, and m-:e industrious, than any nen : In the vear 1307, not more than which objection was made, when another
their nation, yc they cannot contrive to eighty thourai.d : and in' the ycar 1813, gentleman wascalledin consultation,who,
live here as they did; and, after all, it .ony three hundred-thousair.d o-her whole not agreeing with the attending Surgeon,
avails nothing to a man to live under the territory ; whereas in .1817, she over respecthig the expediency of the opera-
most genial Siy, or .in the most lovely si- shadoved both Asia and Europe by the tin, it was deterred. 'On the return of
tutdio, it it only call him to unrequited mass of'ix hundred and forty thousand the paroxysi with increased violence,
iabor. St..'.a'on.would still be saroe-men Dr. iacklte wa 'a'jmat to attend in
tcl, even in Arabia the blest ; and the The fact is," .*ys the writer', "that consultation, wid readily united wi'i r
t x-gatherer is a more' frightful monster iussia, after posting thirty thousand me, 'Eldridge, in recommending the opera-
than any wild beast of the desert. The f app.opriaie force, w:th artillery, 6c. in tioni as the only means which could pos
c than antry is & tvelq-en ,. It is the s' s- Finland, eighty thousand on the frontier sibly afford any relief. The parents, al-

cm that is hateful. It is the plunderlt of Gallicia, sixty thousand in Moldavia, .though the chdii was then free fromn dis-
which every m.n is subjected, nd which thirty thouso.nd'on the frontier of Arme- tr, ss, were convinced that he migt not-
no man likes to submit to. Why the, nia, as manyin Persia, and leaving a re- survive anotherparoxysm,, to which he
doe6 not tie Times' reconnmend the al. serve of one hundred thousand men to was constantly exposed, & therefore were
teration of the system ? Why not endtea sustain these armct' pspGces- t L-_ ia4 induced to consLnt, though reluctantly,
or tor make that lovely ? No other ex- posableforce of above two hundred thou- that tU e operation should bepcrformed ;
pedient will chpck the spirit of emigration, sand infantry, eighty thousand cavalry,and but before it had been commenced,
Nothing else will retari the articter and one thousand two hundred guns, better some of their fiends prevailed on then
te laborer. Paint the tax-gather'r, ifyou horsed for service than any artillery or to have it postponed. About two hours al-
ill, as beautifuilas an angel, you willine. cavalry to the wrfd; ai ar'my, than) ter Drs. Lidi. ;,ie d e .ic!.ndladit
vlr make hit Ivcly itn tile eyeo i vO wtic-there is iione morc brave, and wi th_1otistie b- nnp tTc-uLppr'
vho think he l comes to rob thern. It Wich1 no other can march, starve or suf- part of the wina pipe, and produced ii
is not khat le ois, ut what he comes for. fer physical privations and natural incle-. ost violent paroxysm, in. which thiC
Even those who have participated in the riencies, bhc has moreover a population child' expired. Dr. Eildridge was permit-
spoiis, do not like to give back theii equal to the. needed supply, and to a ted to open thi wind pipe, in the low r
spare os the plunder. They wish to keep great portion of whom the nabits and ut part of which lefound the bean-it ha
i'- and to make the most of it ; and they ferings of war are familiar, while no pow- probably falleifrom the upp'ri, into the
s-,e that is nit to be done here. Those er iii' Europe ca raise, equip, or main- lower part of tie wind pipe,,tfter the ces
whose situations in life- as the paper says, Lain their forces, with such disdain ti e station of' the slasm.
might seem to give thema no cause for price of bloodd" The fatal ttrnination of this case, it is.
quitting theircountry,have the must cause. The writer having combined a number hoped, will evince the necessity of the
qo marn has twelve months' security for of grand particulars with those above inimediate operation, in all similar unfor-
what he ca:ls his own in England. Every mentioned, exclaims, such is Russia; tunate and dittressing circumstances.-
year mu.zt make it wotth less to him; and such has been her gigantic gruowvth within The tperationis indeed fornidable in ap-.
an act of parliament 6aight in three days a short century." pearaTce, but iot necessarily dangerous,
make it orf ith nothing. His money con- Only one century ago, or but little when skilfully )erformnied.
sitsL inpaper promises. His land is more, Russia was composed of hordes ofi
pawned for a thousand millions of debt; boors and barbarians, and was very little RICHMOND, JULY 2.
(more than all the land is worth) & he is respected or noticed by the ether nations Curious Incident.-A gentleman of
yearly assessed for more than sixty mil- of Europe; perhaps now she is a full great respectability informs usof avery
lions for the interest. This debt is ra- maatch, it ,not an overmatch for them ail singular event 'which happened a lewi
pidly going on, and must finally swallow together. In point of growth, no nation cays since in Hanover County-on the
up all' the resources of the country 1 This except Russia can bear any comparison plantaton of 'a Mrs. Hawes, within a fewv
is verv l "ovcli/," no doubt. and very with these United states. To what a miles of this city, a negro woman left her
Sdeeirable ;' it is a v ery shocking things itch of greatness may they not arrive inl sucking child asleep itn hercabin to bring
that a man should be so buin to his own one century from the present time But water trom a sprn.i. 'On returning to
interest, as to think of leaving his share God forbid that their greatness should the door of he'hunmble dwelling, what
of a lovely" debt of a thsmd nmil.ions! then consist, like that of Russia, Im my- was iher astonishment and horror at see-
and his yearly coptribution of asse,-ed riads of infantry and cavalry, in disdain oJ ing a black snAke coiled around the neck
ta cs, and tyt.hes,a ad flor rates ; all of the pr'ce ofj'ood of her infant, -with its' mouth applied to
which he ought to know constitute the .- and appareutlyiintroduced into that of the
ealth of the nation, and of which while ,'SEA SERPIENT OFF PORTLAND. child I Words are too faint to give an
1)e.t.. j t adequate idea of' the fteehngs of the moo.
he remains here, he is entitled to the
blessing of a very ull share. B iOsTON J ULY 2. s tr. ith ieowild sireck' of horror
Then to think of leaving behind him a On Saturday morisig last, about 10 she 'rishtedfrothe cabin, crying alud
'lovely' prince, and a lovely' ad.iinistra- o'clock, Mr. Jonathau VWebber arid lich- for assistance, and i fw intto the presence
tion, and a loely' national church, to ad iamiiton, were bound on !the r ishling of her mistrLis There was not a man
which he has the high ad-vantage of being g from Cebaue rn near them. They returned with the ut-
permitted to .py a tenth part of his in- this bay ; about 7 n-iles from Portand precipitati n to t he cabin, whence
come To think of doing this, to go to a they discovered, about one quarter of a they saw the wis: departing, who, gli-
land where there are none of these advan- aile from land, between Croucn island ding through the weeds, effected his es-
tages, and where he will be absolutely Point and Marsislau.d, the Sa Serpent. exnining the poo infant, it
obliged to keep his own money, and to Being in a row-boat, they state that they was found dead.-It is known that black
eat his on foo is a ery lamentable in- were with about 100 yas of im the sake a ond o ik an that t
stance of English infatuation I This is, snake lay moionless anid appeared to,b ate their appetite, they will sometimes
however, the epidemical disease, and the n three coils, his tail a;,d iead.extend.ed twine ta-heino es around the legs of the
state doctor has no power to cure it. Peo- about 20o ieet from the coils ; his tail was cowr torer to suck i tes-i i sup-
ple will go, in S.pite of bad roads, savage similar to that ol an eel-the protuueran- n t th ofthecd the im e oil-
society, perils by sea, and the misery tiey ces on Iis back were abont. the sIae of a in the mouthrod the child the spake coit -
must encounter in leavinghap/iyEngland. barrel; his body ao-ut S feet in diameter; niound its neck, and applied its own
By so doing, they very samefuly ls color black-the size of the coils known to htb e very strong-fandt its g ,p is
leave us to pay their debts : they run were to appearance about 20 feet in dia- k-ownbtobeverystrong-andby thls as
away with our goods, and industry and meter. They left himn m this motionless ous iodce ist ad in the
talent, and leave us to make up the defi- state. -Pore'ind rg,. niouth, completely strangled the baby. It
a s vel as we can. The use o lad ro marks of a bite about it.
Cncmmoy-ns would do well to pass a law, '" --
-'that-us._!h.eSg emigrants starll be liable itr .4 Grand D's deratum sat-/ill/cd to AMh- "AL'IMORE, JULY. 2.
their persons ano g-,ft t u-rr tmxi'pro- vi'utors.-iDr. Jd.'.AntuoTi, a Repre- Distressing Ocurrence.-On Monday
portion of the English debt and taxes: sentative in Congress from Georgia, has evening last, Mr. Isaac Rollins and his
and that their descendants hall not be invented and patented an instrument by wife, of Back River Neck, Baltimore
exempt from the payment ot all future which the Longdludei may be easily anti county, having left home to attend mar.
demands upon them. Death and ven accurately ascertained at all times and ket, committed thie charge of their house
seance are theCy niot Britrtsl subjects ; places Its quhiities'have been amply to a hired giri, their daughter, about 13,
and shall they lose the benefit of their tested during one or moi'c voya.es. We and their two little sons, about 9 anid 11
birth-right, because they are blockhead, arc informed by a scientic gentlenaiin, yeais of age. In order to avoid, as far
enough to abandon them ? who has seen and ins;cected tihe model,, as possible, the intense heat, which, it
Seriously speaking, the attractions of that it is very simple in its construction wsli be recollected, swas very great, they
liberty and indep-ndence are so powerful, and apperii' well calculated to answer the retired to a spacious barn, a ehort dis-
when opposed to the horrors of depend, end p, opposed. We hope Gc'rgia imay talne- hironi tile house, to seek rest, when,
dance and slavery, that mian would reversee derive more honor fIncmi the inventii ioi d0rcadtltI to rt)i'ot;, a beam over them be


the globe in search of them. An', there this important instrument, than Jcrse; ing heavIly laden with rye straw, gave
is only one spirit preferable to that whicli did from dhat ol her Gona'-tY's Quaid- way in tie; dead ofl he night, and this
seeks liberty in her deepest recess of un- rat.-Trenton True America,. lielpless littie family found themselves


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A BRAltAM :SMALL, No 112, Chcsnu!t
O-k sweet, two doors below the post office,
'ntl.delphis, intenisi pout;rin to p. ess inimmd_-
ately, znd pubjishing,w' h l Ci.ronvenient speed,
S in dnnlytical. I;.': Idex
Of the reported cases in tiue several courts o'
equity, afqd.the high court of parliament, from
thLe earliest authentic period to the'present
.ime, to which is now aided, the decisions or
tre several courts of epity itt irelaand, and the,
high court of parliament in thatkingdom,i'after
the restoration of' the aiupellite jurisdiction,
with a repe'oQrium of the caaeL, douhb.y and sys-
'emAtically arranged.by 7. ii *,-
man, Esq in three 'ery I.', l.."- L ...
"'This useful t nd ver liat',ru r.,. s_ Vill
make neas 2'360 pages of letter press; it rwill
be printed pate for page witkt the London copy;
the price to subscribers will. be 15 dollars
bound; the same work cannot be imported and
sold for le.-sa tn 30 dillra.
AWAHAstx SMaL expect s to publish, in August,
Dr. Thompyson's System of Cthemistry,
In four octafvo vols. price in boards' to subscri
bers, 12 d'olars.. '
-'l tis complete system will have notes in il-
lustration., 'And the discoveries to th'e time of
publIcation, by professor Cooper.
As soon as Thompson's Chemistry is. out of
press, A. SiA5I intends to cotatmence priuting
tlis hnet aind improved edition of .
Wyillich's Domestic Encyclopedia,
(n three volumes octavo, corrected, amended
xiid rendered' rore valuable by many adtiirion,
particularly inll rticles relating to( tlonie'tic
medicine, the veterinary and culinary arts. B
Thumas Cooper, Klsq. Proteseor of Chemistry.
In three large octs.vo volumes-price in board i
10 o. 0.
The publisher would be gratified in receiv-
ing the names of patrons to either or all the.;
works ; he'solicits no pay in advance, and as h,
haes alrea(ty published many large and impor.
tant books, tue subseibers will be able to
judge of h.s ability to tfuil their expectA.tiun
among his publications are,
Tucker's .- i ': ... n
Two edrtit:- l t1. -.'s D-ecline aTnd lFai
Three edi-ions oft M'Iud- intr'. rpe
The first'editton, in 5 vc:ymes, cf the Du-
rne.tic Bncyclopedia
't,'ic Woders oft' Nature and Art, in 14, vol.,
and a long list of ot0er h '4s, n. at oi wine.,
are now becuie sai.rce, or are wholly out ol
.-riCt.
'hiiadelphia, july 8-6t

.Fresh anitd Superior Teits.
BY apt. iand just 'tr,,, Phitdeiptua-
10 chests Y'ouung Iyuon
4 (to Old 11) soun
3 d Im peril
3 do iGunpowder kaid 8 boxes c;::taniing
14. !b each of S(.per:'i'ektiec .bScucoI.otg
ite io jve lut oU: 'tz.i rri-le ill ,tl aisf pas'
rsv -ne.i' i. aei, .,in w :' ar:i .c'.!_: ,i: .-

,be ba; teai A in U-'is i ,..tr c.
july i-3t P. ItfAUIRO.


May 13-wtlA
NOTICE,
SWILL sell my tichiland estate, consisting
of 3 acres, lying batweet- SO and 35
.siles front the District of C 5 miles uia the Potoni.c, and 2 on Aquia. Three
fourths of this estate. colAit or'lo'y grouids,of
excellent quality ; the ,'oods abound in locust,
chesnut, b'tck walnut, hickory and oak. The
soil is exceiled- by none on the Potomac, be.
ing adapted to corn, wheat, and to that kind
of xtobacco.raised in Prince Georga county,
Ald. and on the Patuxent. There are now ita
clover about 500 acres, atd .in timothy 110,
of whiOl 80 is reclainedi marih lanJ The ira-
provementt area manufactaring' niil, with 2
pair of stoni::, en a never failing streaMa; 2
comfortable dwelling houses, 4 barni, and oth.
er out houses. This estate will divide eligi-
bly into farm, of from 500 to 12100 acre.r1, and
would be i-us sold if desired. Combining
every possible ad-antage of property similarly
situatedd, and contiguous to ine of the imotvra-
pidly improving market's in the United States,
a more minute description is deemed unne-
cessary. l would alo soil drme valuable frei
stonaC oiares,- lying on Aquia UCree. Th(
payments would be trade aecornmodatr.g to
the purchaser. Property in the lbistt ict ol Co-
tluibia, in Loudon, Frederick or Berkeley,
would be taken in part npatR-ica t.
W ,i. UiREBNT,, ;.

Richlhd, near Aquia, ap I
mavy 26-cow3m

This is to give Notice,
T HAT the subscribers, of Prince Georges
county, have chained f.cm the orphans'
courtof said count,, in Miaryvnd, letters (f-
administration on the personal estate of Jacob
Aldridge, late of s;.id county, deceased.
All persons having just claims against the
said deceased are hereby vt earned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof to the sub-
ecribers, at or bh'rec the 24:h day ofl ecein-
ner nex, ; .they imay otherwise by law be ex-
cludd fiorn ail benefit of said estate. And
all those indeo ed to said e6tate-airer<-qaestfed
.u make payment imiiediately, to
.iOSI !t JONEB,
MARTtIA ALDIRiDGE.
june 21-w6wv Adminiktrators.
This is to give Notice,
rtIIAT't die subscriber of Wi.shingcn City
jL hath obtained from the Orphans' couct
if Wqslington county, in the District of Go-
aumbib, lje <.rs testarentary onlthe personal es.
ote ti r. Arnold Elzey, late of said county,
dec--"sed.
A I persons having claims against the said dr-
;.-edJ are nereby warned to exhibit the san.e,
'wAi the vulcher' thraeot, to the subic.iher,
in cr bef,-ca the z20o day of e'ccc:.:cr nex'.;
;ay rn..y .ciherwisc by L.w bie c:.'.-da;.d Irona
:! ce:it; f sa;d cstlae; a:.d ttse Indebl:ei
.ere: are req'est.ed to make ilmedite psi -

re thousand egitt hunrlied :...i eigit.r.
HENLIgT 1' A El UY, .x'rx.
une 17-w6w


buried suffocating under an immense
pressure of straw and broken timber. For-
tunately, the two little boys, laying in a
situation more favorable than the females,
were enabled, with some difficulty,:to ex-
tricate themselves ; and finally, although
in the dark, succeeded in rescuing the
hired girl from the jaws of death. But
they were unable to afford seasonable re-
lief to the amiable and only daughter of
those disconsolate parents. She sunk in-
to the arms of death before the feeble sup-
port at hand could extricate her.

It is said, in the New York Colombian,
that Governor Plumer declines standing
candidate another year' for the chief ma-
gistracy of N. Hampshire. Mr. P. weun-
dcI otand fr sonct ytarspast,has been wri-
Iino the history of America, and probably
.a ll nrju dlecti the whole of hii time to
this important subject. Qov. Ilurmer
is a man! of .distinguished talents arid ii-
defatigable industry, and his hiistory,when'
finished, will 'unquestionably. throw lustre
upon the literary character of 1ka counl
try.


Furniture, '6.
BY order of the Orphan's Court of Washing-
ton county, in the District of Columbia.
im Wednesday the 22d inst. at 12 .o'clock, wi!l
be sold at public auction, at the present resi-
,ence of Mrs. Harraden, near the navy yird'
gate, all the personal estate of the i&te captiin
Nathaniel Harraden, deceased,, consisting:of
beds, bedsteads, bedding, carpetting, table",
chairs, sideboard, bureaus, looking glass, kit-
chen ware, silver plate, bed curtains, one fresh
milch cow, one gold watch, one sword.
.Also, a male slave, aged about 24.years, and
a female slave, aged about 19, with her child.
: The terms will be made known at the time
of sale.
july 8-ts D. BATES, |Auctr.

Central Bank of Georgetovn and
W ashington.
.teorgetown, Jubly 7, 1818.
HE stocl elders are hereby notified to 411
J uptheir stock to ten dollars per share, on
or before the 1st day of August next; and to
pay an instalment of two ,dollars and fifty cents
per share,'on or before the 1st day of October
next-'sand a;so to pay an instalment of two dol-
lars andififty cents per share, on or before the
1st 4l5 of January next.
Stockholders failing to make any of these
fpa'rr, rt, i.;11 lose the use of any diyidendson
nr ..t.c o'.,i the payments.iAe ihade. ,
A en-t cn be mtA o visio u- p t+e tckarter no


S iUNE. .........1 p V a I. .. ....
.BO, .UNE 23.' pay'aents cun-be madeto.il up t:ieatock,,ftear
After resting' in peae .for forty-two thel st day of Jeiuarynesxt.
years v. Iln the walls arid under the sod A. R. LEVERING, Cashier,
of this garrison, the. skeleton of General july 8-eotlJan
Montgomery, who fell in an assault on ot-'orter and Ale.
the lower ;oe' r.,i the 3 Slt pf December, la cs.-k*. oi hbiisaelpha Porter-and Ale, are
1775, was, on iattirday last, ;aii,] fruit,- ,t,-rc 1 l,.r :. onreaaonable taems,hy-
the place of its deposit, a'd to.:.il; ts de- july.8-3t MA' O.
parture for New York,whlre it s des-ined *il H.i
to a more distinguished place of inter I.T. ,I' 'd e U H 'ES
"- T 'tin 'OiEl P, und offers r sfor
ment, in the church of St. Paul of that 2'.-- ,,.-'t e, Albanycats, of good quality
city. .. bhs.No. 1, hearings .
-- 10 'do shad
At Ochotsk, a port in Siberia, the inli.i- 40u docommon whiskey
bitants have seen, for the first time, the so50 .doid d6. very'fine
arrival of an English vessel from Benga, 10 do 1Pork
erlg, '100 do flour
with a cargo -of 11 tr, rice, cloth, tobacco, 3 ihds New York git
cotton stuff, and other merchandise, all it boxesclaret,uperior quality
of whiph found a ready market. "-Thle 30 igs green c6flee
sailors, natives of Bengal, have excited, 75 -bses gunpowder, imperial and
as much as the goods, the curiosity of young hyo '' ea,superior quality
?I,6 boxes Engish.-iiieapple cheese
the Siberians: F1or the first time the 300 ibaSmithfieldbacon
inhabitants of the two extremes of Asia july 8-6t
saw themselves united. Thus is com- .
merce knitting mankind together. ialik oft theiU rIilcd _1 .i .
MAY 12, 1818.
Wa i ng.[ 011 'Tl, i.', .A RCHITECTSofacience and experience
In... Ia0l .heatAe. are invited to exhibit to the Board of
-Dorirectors, on or before the 1st day f Au-
_For twenty nihts only. ust next. appropriate def'`ns and eleva-
o .. ns for a ba.'-'.gin H.-ILe ,- be elected on
The Managers have t Ie l -..sure inar.nou..c 'the site purchri-.ed f-',r that p'irpcae, bound-
to the public,' that the T',,.:,,trr ,.1 .e,, u ed ont i r,-..ti b -.:. .ut, ,:ithesouth
Saturday evening, with L.,..,:i.-.', .ar.. y Libi.-: r" c-., tu um r.e hundred
comedy oftihe & fifty- .a..". -t ,i ... 0,r, .a C0,1 west; ad
Poor ntleman ,.o hundred: and twitsy-fi.ve ieet in depth,
Lieutenant Worthington Mr. Hughes north and- south,.
From the Boston theatr-, his 1st appearance -. The ground.plan will include an area of
here, about10oor11 mnousned.squa.refis.: i1 a Ic I-
Sir Robert BrRmblt .Mnr. Herbert angular figure of equal or unequal sides, as
From.the Tieatr. Royal, his !iaTpFe.arance may be be.t it.1 d ].. the irtervior ar-
Frederick Mr. ood rangement. Tr:e t.u-l,, will be faced
Steppe arrowhy r, Pl'sett wih marble, and have a aortico one-eea
T heir first appearance here'these 3 yeas. front, resutng upon a. asen.ent or platforn-
of such altitude asl will coabine conveni-
A'ter the play, a Pas Seul, hby Mrs. IHarrie. ence of-ascent with due proportion and ef-
____ feet.
'To which v4ilU be' adied, the much admired In this edifice, the directors are desirous
farce of the of cxhibi'.ing a. chaste imitation of Grecian
BUDBGET OF Li '--Lr.it l. architecture i- its simplest and least expn-
r r ", sive form.'
0(Na postponement on account of weather.. ive hundred dollars ;ill be paid for that,
july 8-. design which shall be approved, ansd two
Si hundred dollars for the next best spcctmniu.
To the G-entlemnen of the i-Bar in d By order of the Board of Direcrors.
UAited states, JOA. SMITH, Casher.