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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: December 19, 1818
Publication Date: 1810-
Frequency: triweekly[jan. 2, 1840-]
triweekly[ former 1810-may 8, 1819]
triweekly (semiweekly during recess of congress)[ former may 12, 1819-oct. 26, 1824]
triweekly[ former oct. 28, 1824-july 31, 1827]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- District of Columbia -- Washington
Coordinates: 38.895111 x -77.036667 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
General Note: Publishers: Gales and Seaton, <1814-1860>
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PUBLISHED BY GALES& SEA.TON, and agreed to the amendment reported by M r. icular iau t.-rnent f 1tI.h .:p-::~icur,:: ..; .Iry, :: cdite it, gi'rin r''fr,.., to ti. pres- b i. ..il the citadel i.. e:<,ti nr,.;1 ... -, .c
rl I T ElrTres A WEEK, Dickerson, from il. select committee. approp itonr, to -! ::..-rs anJ crews or i t- c.-tracir; w;'i:hi v. ,. reei t,> on' e part but that the l.'..uc, L .ii,_h .:. b "n 0 -' ,.. ,' .
S Jt'Six Dollars ..~.. .ayalnemin advance. T he Senate proceeded again to, til,: c.)-..i r.i- the .apt r r.,t o .. : Lv' .i '.- =,,.: d,.1.rtn.I t'-,. .. T-!. H ti-.. ,re not.iw ,. tiic in a i" .... ', s d ;'i.u *, .!:.,, ....
No subscription received for a shorter tiermn than one year. tion of thr 1ll1 fIr the relief of G n l .i -twk, an ht- ; .. ch .. .. *il. h ,'aI. ( ; .rnn 1. b. '.ur., 1of r. li I... t',l the Hous r h : ian thi t the i .1.t. [.r .u. '. .-
hosc odonot,eitheri t th tis of shseribg. s amendmenthavingbbeenheretoforeagreedtoon Or ( -, in r :. irf- .''- -L Pr-I.l It r : ti .| :-. to .L pritd v.mr:. _'.i ., i 1'.. i_ i. Il... ,. al. I..er .
.* .I"n l..year, v"illb.- I"f-,iiotir i' .,ch Ticeor, to change.thecormmn-.ncp I Ti.. t, d P m: i AnlCP T rn .J. I..r, f hhe it .- J co;rc .. ..
,,,,.. ,.,,,,. ... ,...,. .., ., m ent of the pension from the 4th ,f Ju.l,. I ,, : ,' i c .-- ;- 7 1, :
.. .... .... .. to the 16th of August, (the anniversary 6f t-e L .. ,, r .T.
b" : l. ofr n inii tn, i h ,.l,-ch G ,ci.ril Stark so. -I ,,- .. r IeE r tt 1 :LCul : i .
b.l .L .r n ili c I i n i i .ii i Lth e q u e s tio n w s .. .... i ,r ; A F .. .. .* 0 i.,,u : ,-' i 'L. 1."-


'- ,s.. ,'. 'S. .. i d...1.I, t,,'r ; :T ...',' .' ,"T,:.- t ": '.t ^'i.' In i .L ..L.-
l hiig highest senseof ('en. Stark's eit.rit.0. Lr, L.L,, .: h L h ,,l t,, u d. A,.. 'I.._ t ,. ch 'a, h f :.* I .he e -
e r a l r .) ..I ,.,l'1 b :. ,'1 ,' t o :, .in .i p .n t" .. -. 1.. .. .. ; .*. i; t. "h ,. -| n 1 ." k ., 1,' -- ..i L l ; l i' i r i
t ,. sions, wherin noi j.ustdi .d h dis. ib ly m ..i :l 1 i .- .. ,:.' ,. l i :t- ;' 1 '.,
SAt m .t Gl --, Ky. o presenta- h L ubli., service; that, ifa pension were grant- .. ,..k. ,,. ,.. ,,i ..: ,r ,., ,l I1.. ,le.
tives of. ten of thie It l.:p. nd nt n S iks of }.n- ed in this case, the same argunientwoiuld justify ', i .i I ". .. .. ,, .,,, Ii ,I i.i ;s ,. ,., ., '"" ,
't1,-k as they are c al.d- that i t Ba l-.k >,n-, in u.j, .i.." i.1 r c--C ; and because "' 1, ., L ,. ." i ,. in i 1 l* i. I r .i
S.1 ,1 Lei ad Ln ,.T.' 1 ', :.-1 ,-I ,. it i, wrc ,,Toll-. ; n, o I,
.. -.un .iI.,,o u)l r t4. 1 ..rco m m en \a,' tl. ,,, ', ,I,,..a,, .n- 1,,,., ,tt,. l L .. ,, Ii t| '. .
. to-,, :- I, ,-, .. : !. ,t, L ., th e .t' L,.i L' h- : -

, ,inted Stat and it ,br-Ince,' n t.;tes on i.%, j case), t itiI .0 .,:-,T. :Id"ri., I .' L .
th r,Tk iK iieitucky rind its Lr i.:hl s, ,n l oI lith r- p.:. b1,h .' :- 1to .i-:h I, .. .:.onwas not cal- ,.
wise ordered by said institutions, or the decision 1 'i2 at th -h, .i -, ., .-,,i a .' 1: was .. .,, .. ,. .... ..- r : :,.. ".
f d.el e ilature." 'T his li stppilg pa m,:nt he o : ., u i ppeal hee t. : l p...isibly m ake ... . .. ; ... .. .. ... i ', .... .. l:, .
b f..,rut [. T-i..ItO, n s...p.. ,: age all itI,,t, hadlren- On m tion ofM A' ,:. ,. I ... tidigs totie i ..... .. .. 1 I -. felli upon 1,, e' ..., ,I :. : ::. ,
by oi .l d Lre-d lO in e.i -. .1.. .. ..1 1- 'n.. ;', Resohled, That he .. '. lards be .. .:. ,.. she had b ... I . ,. ; 1 5 '. .: .
'--. ~'~- tat on thre ,-ore f or.ef LXc1 ,., I.C, .L 1 instructedtot enat ire in to e e amend- .. r arrivaiat .. ..t in their .vic nitie, .. .
U LK.L AkLt i s Tp a s IS ..1, b, the Prsi- t qIp-e' -.l o that acIunt, fo s. far fro. the .... c r... .. h ..... territory .. .so w hi urcd. .
.i-r,,0,, o n..Thal,. f .oi .. ..f. r .. r i p o f nr s, as v ,e ll asc th e t v ; r .. '
anrd Senate, .irshal fi' Lhe District of VE.R- p. ,b.bilih thi.t Gen. S. W ioild be a burthen to ,I ... ,', .... ,. .. ^..r 3 g ns, It 200 persons .,.i.,l I ,.,. .., ,,
.;i,:, vice Dm t id lo bi sin, whose:term of L.r- r r .r waS .ai .- .a- y .'. .. : .. .. .. L we are as yet i. :. ,.., ..,. .-
vice expires in January next. i-,i- t cr.,, ,n., re vas ,,-, t. ,.... .i.. ........ .. ,. ,.. .*.. i. ma. ciconr rig- .e. vessels oi I0 guns ei ..nd aC..out.1 have setn I.erie.ced in .. .. ,
_. nrt I il d ljl receive ,. h,_ .L .I in, -. i -11 'i. .. ,,. ., ..-, Id u .' ...... .. '. may .CI o tnc sr rigg e ed ys-a ofi gu n ;. ( M u t bo u- avec: hpc in . -. .
Sna r e i a law, the objectof it, (now 90 odd direct. stil of felua Ps, i.. eaws edi guna the i m. sto"i appeared to rage ......
By a census of the population of M oun years of age,) would have descended to the. tomb, On motion of Mr. Strt, the Secretary of the and the prccaauonary measure of fi c ... 6 ......--- -
..r' itii t,, ta ._ r o 0be di.: i o' e rj an act of F eb. I t.t' t : f ik.
1Cr, ito easl.nhin t obe nn.:1c. to n act 1 b. I ts was almost t1. T, i..l th.e case of General St. Treasury was directed 'o lay before the House taken at Painupatai-, and the otewr ports .0 ihe ,snana-- FROM TE
1817, it appears that the number of ft' .i. lair, whodid not enjoy his pension more than the instructions given lv him to the h iiBo-rd f but, uponthe advice ofuorf Coc;irans', ;.- ariv te ciF-. .
males in said territory is.1 ,:'- .i'i.i'e of the three months, wheir he became a tenant of the Commissioners. 'Pi hi._ by the -act 4..f 1*..., b;rgo wasa iitatly rased. Lord ochiranc was daii, ...
mAr.ln.,,sai territory, from .,.: there isno en- .. .. under the 8th section 1o: tea the act of 6ti.: 21st A- e.p0eted at a ad it was. .psed th at on ... -. s
e.ration, r. .fi.~g rose, merely torerank, that, if the pril, 1806. upon some part oi the Main. it was not known wito J'uy 1 ,. .' .i i.. 11 ,' t
S-* .. Senate were composed 4'......-! r : ... t .u- The engrossed bill fa regulating payments to wouldcoinumad, bt it ,;-as touvt titt Admirpal Brian ships Far, c.. ; ...., .'..::,
A ltte i from .a .siiId \v tJf d 2- No." .t > rh .ii ; .. ]., ;, i,.,. ei there -..o hl r ,a l -.I a i -''-i t: _i military pensioners, wa. read a third time. would yild ti... i ., of seniortiy to Lorel Co si) anc. Appollon ', ,. .. ....: .. .. n .i
St..i thi.. .Capt. Ubd 1,;i. ih t. let.'- ul ti Unit-. oii Mr. the mvliid to atecommit tof,1[. .:iil, with. a MrRc movd to commit ll th a A brig Ameri colors, a the Ge id. .. ,. u, .. t. .... .I. :t
riied Sates army (of the Georgia fo I u- allhave e -a., r .:oI. .. view to amend it.so eas to reconcile some of its ....ash t o, u dizdwithI fo i jt .,,-A.
ed: State arme(ofiherGorgikI h ifi alhlehave d nott owl, <. l' I' .',,JI, -
rivedthere afew daysprevious from ..,.u.ilguis ih .u,-i.,te r .ud C .tiui u u a. i rs .I.:.I. uti.n:ri -.1- provisions with existing laws oh the .1' r. i 0 saied from New i .i., .. August inst, for 5. Ua v An arith .1 li ..i i. 1.. I.. -.
tinae; :: i .,: .i:i t, 1 ." r,;:iim..i id, .a p visions, with which he thought, as thl.' a. I :ow0' viniah, w'ith3 cargo onsating principally of flour, but tish _.: ,1 ., ., i .., .... I ..... i -
S -.L I [ Sarticultr o" p.l. l i. til r..' nd sto d,. ,i :,. were inconsistent. r :, i, no market ere,, she sailcd.aan io Laguyra, tacked b D rs. b..a... e it[.s ., a...i. rao : t.i '-
M,.:.t t'fou- rradSio',y ,',-.ll ct the un.i- srvie of Gen S at the battle of Bunker Bill- Mr.- Talo. seconded the motion, and stated aid on it li on October .r .I -. the indepen- d three .
ut itl, i U .i t A l-a 4eriMCC 0L den r e P tdent p vate trhitu ca -. .1 .i rIiso es, .. h to sen' 'her into e ,-.
L at. hi..d,-itl, ita..u s.ini. tin- ;: .I c, 11 ,...r Cl..,LI- ,- subsequent success in arresting the trium- I r... i.i ,.i-..:, of exceptions to any general pro- Marg-aritta br adjudication, ats Spa-ish property under S hO ," :, .' L ....., : :, ,
It al 'Ac i,.de is, 11 h, ..h a il I ur, t n-,_r,, .'. th I,'ri n pM,. ,, ,Ir .f .E i,\ r:i-tili feelings of joy visions on this "- which appeare"to him snulatd pap ert and a att tin o e tie .g:1. .,r I .. i.. '.. I
t, a..... i Jam s -nth r int ;tat f. W.vi'Y r l', .Ida -. .u, ', ,,, ,, the cause,.which were dif- to require a revision of- ',i Ii,,I.. blockade of L ag'uyra. a .. I : in ,, .,
lsh....:.tin. at :. li,*.:t doU -, b...:urein to Juain Parl. u, l _' :,,ut ., the n ortlier n section of the The question w h. ,,,. taken on recommit- Tie ves .el a.d cM-go were formally libelled before bui,_.m ..: :l.. z ,':..:. ..,: ,'.t .-,:
n,:.a v. r., Ine j,.th uthiir ,o ,-. n r .'Iad' con.- ., -,, ,l. b ,r a ,. ,,c-s of Stark, mont, and decided in the ". .-.. .t .th '' a1Upre 'sent, lait t ; 0' l,,i. .. 1 ,1 c and crew. .:-.. .:' : ...- .,, .. ..i ,[-
ba..:.t t... kl t, sh.ot Li riLtk.. ,.:. no rt ,:f tie and which, if every member were old enough to ihe,- ... :... 1,.I to regulate. [.. ..r ships s agnces at the iiavanna. had consigned tn cargo to a triunately ..... L... it .LI 'i rl.,. i. -
d.-,., a. i ,' i'e Il'. t I. L. .. i a tl .erl nd the n b-r, as he didthere .ouli, he re t..i al. vessels ; the engrossed l .' ..t '.,- the .. ,'., ,t .. La- ayra, lecargowas condemn d: T c :'i.- ss i 1 i. -., ...r ,i
fI I L 'ip Ias id 'u i1, l,: h,,:, 'L ll. n ,. A rali lof .' i h rea e, Ath cargo tlast ,oruIn.d '.- Ali a:'c, "] e-,,) r.,,A1 lm i ,,! -"''I. l L '''in t., =, .I
v .,:... ,o .i a ii thi.- noise 'i n ,al in ":. h not a solitary objection to ti- bill. i 'i' 4 ii ., by Gen. Armstrong a .- wsisa oW r released, ad captain Lu~tiier P .' C: u I' .i -. : .
,... "i i, ;,...,u ,.an, rh.. 1 t,. ni, ha', been Mr. Smith followed, in- opposition to thlt btll. t I i. ,_..r :, and the d,, 4,.,....1 I .' w:hon h ..e ..,,ia led her i 1to n w i Out of t I. '. w .; :. ,I.-: i.:, -r
L,.., I,, un Lu t ot n ,ani.L.u hht c. a,,id -i' .. He agued, in reply to its advocates, that, ifGen. for the relief of Dr.'.,lui, i;. u :al, were severally hoci d tu I' 't i 0 i in L '' _', ir. .. h ii ,r.v *:
fu t..,., o ri,. t. '..i., !, l '.I i J. -c ,.u r fl ui.. : ....-.., was so near his end as was represented, ther-e read a third tine, passed, and dsent to the Seniate beIowpar. Capt. ,'; ,, .- d hi prltestagaip .. t .. .
.' t o p i.- was the less necessity for this 'bill, because he for concurrence. the seizure .' i' cargo, ... '.. that island et Sun (, l ,i.i .I, ., .r :. i- :.: ,. ..
T- i, S' c ,t :,J',-Id C lr. iI as v could not live to enjoy it, and the doctrine. was The house then ,.:.,1 ... i'. ,.1 l, t... a commit 't.heistelsel, .' .... port ...i ,. ,.l,'... : .,-
rh. p u : t !d' I ,yc' aio h, J r,, ir, 1a, ,n had use fo r o- tee of,,u ..h ,. .", i ,, M d. in.the chair, ,e o o e ... C_,, ;'., ,in:, .' n h ,"r in ..,,n 1. .1, to, I .. : kml .! ...t .
aell .' .- ,bL ., 1 ,.., O lt.r.., .-.',j as ne' aali. iij t i, t.4 -- ,a,-:,c...-,..,i ,/ w, a ns on the report of... ., ,.,,.- of CL, u: ,1 :', J hh. la insr b sliit "..i ., I. l. I.i c.l ...r' I, .., ,: -
nn o .t',e ,. l- i c. t a.i;,u.; Lu. ac think long 1. r -e.d ns...:i I I l it was for relief, it petition of Giles i ti l.ts o. isthe supportt .h t.1 ,v o now l it... i i '1, c i .. -
to ratio'fays or l':.''u.tL, i, s.i i ,1' Dapioelr ty ,.Siiiri7A .
r<:,,( l '-.t ,,. :d .-d itI." star,: ,>:.it r at about was ,, c,'..3-)* ; 1, 1 Ln t JIas intended as acorn -. This is a case in which Capt.pKellog, with a or no trade, th nt wite the opposit coast, ia" p rt.s '. i. I:,, ..' ,,,1 'I. L.... .
ito. A I,., -an .c.:; ut.I a,1i.thoi r..L. i,. Daniel S.nil-..I, .,l tan t wat was another question. In either comnpanyofvolunteers, entered the serviceof the .... u., .l byF L uiuera u3 nOncie.as, ;andoth<.rt. :i, ,. ; t L ,, i t 1 .1 -.. ,.' : .-. :. ; a- ...
,a c .bI l o, ,,th l rovidence, R. 1. view he s opposed to it. Mr. S de ied the United States, on the NewYork frontiCr, and, i ti aiots an u eve if veso r c p onvo t .. 15. 1 -
owns a sow, which ha i,.d,,:, him, within ten power of giving pensions for the purpose of dis- the course of ti,, L.a.i, in,.rf 1812-13, sustain- escrapig capture therefore what 'e id t *.1: I -.. ,. ... ...... .....c ,
io0 thi -f ..., / i in pi ti nation, and he had therefore never given his as- ed losses of ci,,ilin .,, t-.:.' I :l consequence o0 a 'we must starve, unt css a change Ao circuiist:a!i cesta Ii i... i' ., i .:* -: r'Il : : [ : .
The N -I:.'- HCrldi o uesdaylast, qn- sent to any pension not previously provided for I ''-'1 "r..t ortcred by CoL Forsyth,onthe place in avery short time. I :m ini hop sf'Ioini.e e .. i ip, L, ,' i' I, t .. 7
i te headof .Gause of Thanksgiving," gives by law. He did by no means deny the great mvasion at Ogdensburg, in Feb. 1813, and by a closed ew's in tins da,'c "gazetteo thiwe salls ,.-Ou..t.. r.. i ,,d C
._.I'Ae ti.e' ,i.ae oh thnezuIl: ne li'dVet 1d- COl4Lhiici t
a list of!;hifq-,-,i^" l ,ls I1iages in Connecticut, (in merits of Gen, S.-f-but this being another case in subsequent retreat hfrom orse Ishain, in lM ay,, ja ree u th o
two town oul,, sleti:in.I rnd adds, "All I.l or ,e inpirnoper system of pensions, now becoming 1813. This clothing 1. .- their private pro- present year, or alrlyin the springg. -


a .O Lut. ti l. 1: *,L. 1..11 3 t 1 1 i 1. I i Jia.l I 11 toL
the regret of many c:|:.p cta,rit ,,At r.uIf th: plile of
wedlock, happens ut .U i:e a .a 'r.'" Th.: co-
lumn is erl ap ositi' cor gi', with, "D :thsl
in our next." [ProL. Pot,




PROCEEDINGS ON1 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16,
IN THE SENATE.
Mr. Smaford laid on the table the following
motion:
Resolved, That the comiritee of commerce andmanu-
factic ,i L..'i'.i ,:l.r irL i r -i .rt r, ii prn:- u' .:.r T m ;, be pro-
per f-,i' ebt..i..rg IT, Ir ,r c,:,:i'raii, s.i.. I Elk' ft Ul.. annual
exports and. imports of the United States.
r. Lacoclk submitted the f. Ilo inc ii:.
Resolved, That.the President of the United States be
requested to lay before the Senate, copies of the corres-
r..ivL rK t-.- -, L r.: g.:..Lr.:;. i t. .:.l the United States
,! i, 11 .:..ii iri.n *t .4 .C. ii. ...C to thie Seminole
11'd t['- xcc 'ii,: '.1 Lb, j '.. idT A i'brii,.r-; aLIJ
ment oflithe Lr.i:,. -r '., i,;.: ,:tneral Andrew JacKson,
on the subject c k a. 11h.. i.:. 'lu tI.: e LL hehaw village;
and the condue ,:I. i. *.-. \' I, .'i. at occasion; to-
gether with co-., i.l tI c. '.:r. kiT.:e of this gov.-
ernmeint wNith (tc, tI. r tr ii .L u ..k L... eoi that sub-
ject; or such iLI- ,irL.C.i r. i-,'. .pinion of the
President, miay .,-. .-F,.. .. ... .'.. 1 '. ty to the gov-
crnment.
There:-v .:ut.iiS 'i :,: ,,:i, i-t :1 1I M r. S olks
and by Mr. Frome-ntin, were C' .'i! cti(.r..:.... red
and agreed to.
ti.e- bills from the other House, giving to the
representatives of Coiinm.il,, .i.- 'I L..l.., and the
crew of the brig Syren, certain prize money; and
for i:- :. ; five years' half pay pension to the
widows of militia men who died within four
months after their return h.I o i i-i.:1 .r rn-
tracted while in service; -..' 1. ': r: iadt L the.
second time, and referred.
Mr. King presented the memorial of the reli-
gious society of Friends in New York, petitioning
Congress to extend to the Indian tribes further
protection and instruction, &c. ; which was re-
ferred.
The bill providing for the better organizationI
of the U. States' courts, and for the appointment
of circuit judges, was postponed to this day
week.
Mr. Eppes, from the committee of Finance,
reported a bill for thereliefof Lewis and Antoine
Dequindre ; which passed to'a second reading.
Mr. Eppes laid before the Senate a letto- com-
municated to the committee of Finance, by the
Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a comn-
parative view of the duties which accrued upon
imports and tonnage during the two first quarters
of the years 1817 and 1818.
The Senate resumed the consideration of the
joint resolution for amending the constitution,


orwnri, h,:li was opposed to it, and hoped it
would not p.-, &c.
Mr. .ib,, ill made a few remarks in reply to
,rin'e of-the observations made by .g,:d.... o.. bn
this subject, when before under consideration,
and added a few words on the uncommon merits
of Gen. Stark-briefly noticing his gallant con-
ductat Bunker Hill, at Bennington,. at Trenton,
at Piinceton, &c. adducing the voluntary let-
ters of comDliment from Mr. Jcfiferson and Mr.


perty, they tolaimll i.nideninicatioln oritcs 1Oss. lIe
committee of claims report that, according to the
practice of the government, the petitioners are
not entitled to :-.:Ii-; and, for a case in point, ree-
fer to the case of Com. Barney's 1 .i.l). men, to
whom Congress refused indemnitication for the
loss of clothing, occasioned by blowing up the
flotilla in the Patuxent, border oftL ..u-;..'..:il-
ing officer.
Mr. Lawyer, of New York, moved to reverse


Extract of a letter to a mcrchaint in A e.,c F.t-:,.
dtited (,'.-c... ,Aov. 20.
A fleet of small ve sels sailed from hlrc ,a fortn'iht
ago, under the. convoy of a Diutch br:g' of swar a:-uig'
the the Dutchi schooner iiarmonyo ';e d.y after their
departure, th',Le- f-;l ii with tvo i%.ndepe-.aeIi' p-rirat.-ers,
S,.I1, cut n captarecd two spmtisi vessels, bt'C;,
up a-Spanish .armed brig-, took possessioniof tme i-armony
and sent her up to IMargaretta. iWe are still igiiorant of
0" f't S i '" ...


A late 'h t .', f ...u -. :
tr al artk i : ..'. . ... e on
the Cai ula. s ," *j h ,, i ...,! ; : : .- '. -:a
-'incorrectness of the above, i. cess.ay
"to state, that line 45 .has not i i .,. down by
the commission i.., .,i- u.h ._.. r.. :' p rp-ose. "
The following :.. .. i ,. ... ie
M ontreal Hterad, is not without : ,u.st :


:MIadison, respectively, on their succredin, tio this report, and supported his motion by a log' 41 12 0 I i < iL olt O.t irea O *'.0-s, 'O 4.
ison, respectively, on. teir succeeding 1 t r a s believe that the cv escaped..'1 The DutchCl Iti--atea lEirytice t .
the Presidency, and concluded by saying, that if argument, founded on ithe general principles of01 I, as sailed in uest of ror, and ou ver:nnct t bati :-c'. in your i -t i.1 ;. ulthie
Sto t I to nonon bubthe Aineriexnsati" '5 .r 1,1-, is
merit ias to be estimated by services rendered to equity, anid supported by analogies derived from wit adopt all possible measures to claim tle schooanr to thc s
one's country, there was none so deserving as other cases, in which Congress had made indem- and to receive ample satstac..... violati0 of our ,ty coni tie uso .
the veteran hero the Senate was now called on to nifications for losses of private property, occa- flag, The privateers belong to Boitimore, and their the able me1n whom -, ... for so
relieve from penury. signed by the operations ot war. 'ithe private owners are m.rcrhants there." purpose '. . .. w c-
The question was then taken on ordering the property of.these volunteers, he argued, did not o -r ... .. th -. .,. ,
bill to a third reading, and decided in the affirma- become public property by their volunteering PROM IiAYTI-(ST. DOMINGO.) stead of ...c.. .... i- .n the1 a., l.'en
tive, as follows : their services,.in a trying period, in defence of would take away ee t c-r of' aero'r, aid
YEAS-Messrs. Burrlill, Crittenden, Dickerson, Eaton, their country ; and, the loss of it, bei.Lg' occasioned Treanclhted fr i,;e N e-for'k .venvig Pos we, net know thi.t this rstronomical hrne was detirn ricd
Edwards, Forsyth, I' .ru,..ini, _.,aillard, Horsey, Hunter, by the orders of officers under whose coimand cAPE HENirt OCT. 27. upon at Pariis in 17e2 er 1/63, -b. m.n .who-wce.e igior-
Johnson, King, Le .., Ih. lt,, Morrill, Morrow, Otis, they were placed, and by no fault of theirs, but. On the 23d inst. the government cutter Union, ant of the iopography of this cur.try, it ,. 'to
Palmer, lnrgles. Sinord, Stokes, Storer, Talbot, Tay- iii,,.r from a devotion to duty, ought to be cor- commanded by the Chevalier de V;i., ,, ,,.* have been cinos,'n m the sinrirtot--inveterC : to

l i, Th ,, '.....r, Villiahs, o' Miss. A illians, of pensated by the government. from Gonalves, entered this port with the HIay- .. ,, ..i t,,. g i t E-
NAYS-Messrs. Eppes, Lacockc, Macon, Noble, Ro- Mr. 11 iti',., as chairman of the committee tian schooner Espcrance, Capt. J,. ,ii .Devic, t ,, ,. .. .. t. ... ..
berts,Smith-6. of Claims, defended the report. Whatever Con- with a crew of seven men, from Turks Island, miseincvous < rai te
Thif Senate thea went into the consideration of gress might think proper- to do in such a case, bound to Port au Prince : the said schooner, be-1PrPcrty .... ... .* .t, r by the French gov.
Ekecutiivebusiniess; aftdr which, they froni motives of ,...i,:; the petitioner and I..,,.,l, to Mi'; Noel Piron, merchant, of1, iINew ti vry ears before" pre -
which,..- Y ork,, a "v e' w f ew 'ear sbe,1 .fore tl) i',, -
Adjournied. his company had no claim, either in law or equi- place, was fallen in with by the said Chevalier when their eg;,sl:,turi reor'c nted I ''. '
ty, on the government of the United States. To de Villarceaux in the neighborhood of the Mole, l;kly to becuomc gcod ti- ..-ant in c..
sustain this position, Mr. XV. entered into an ar- and carried into the port of this capital. qitelice covered their lands .... : deres, with
PROCEEDINGS ON THLRuSAY, DECEIBEIR 16. gument on the principle and the law of the case. Capt. Joseph Devic and his crew were pre- ran ts f cir wn,.. .,i ,'. ,, ,,,,
.' c sin war with th .. I* 1i
HOUSE OMF REiPRIES-FT'ATI'VES. i. r. W. also objectedto tl te evidence in this .case, sented to the a...; at Sans Souci, and experi- g",of iLand b- that pvrovin on thiccas side ofLa
and deprecated thlt 1iu,.rh.. of claims of this des- enced a favorable reception froat his Majesty ciahamplain, w'hiii gave rise to t. ,' -' ,.
Mr. Miller, f ,oiuth Carolina, appeared and cription, pressed upon the consideration of Con- our most gracious sovereign, who ordered that, lont. I shall only observe, t., '.' I i. i .,t I '
took his -.it t'-.I- ._,. grcs., without any better foundation than the they should proceed to thcir original destination.' i<>us-'s, onthe c5stsMe o'th t!.. .I.,,,.
Mr. i iliiinu,, of North Carolina, from the wishes of the petitioners. Consequently,' on the morning of the 25tl;, the 1, beli byob!,.of '"',I I' .o tiay'f,8,
committee of claims made an unfavorable report After some further remarks from Messrs. schr. Esperance set sail, after having received :. in 1818, is nearly 2 27 .' .I ,.. 54 year
oil the petition of Elias Paiks; which was order- Storrs' Williams, of N C. and Lawyer, the ques, provisions to continue her voyage. 0) U)' 27, now if ihis variation hias not been atitened
ed to lie on the table. tion was taken on the motion to'reverse o, re- ov. tothe hine'will seem erroneous. And it is a reason bor
Mr. Poindexter, from the committee of public port, and decided in the negative-ayes 43. The Jamaica Gazette of the 7th and 13th Oct. entering' ito this detail, because adl observations oflati,
lands, made an unfavorable report on the petition The committee having reported its d,. ..i-. .. -i :. very inaccurate particulars of the accident uttde ol_, .'.,r r '., ,,froni the stin's altitudel .--
..a Ji.,. Ab Cooper~ of the state of Ohio; which was to the House, affirming the report-after an which happened to the Citadel Henry on the 25th state of this question.. .. t
concurred in. unsuccessful motion to recommit the report to of August last. In that of the 7th, it states this Tile east and west line was drawn by John .:?i,i
An Unfavorable report .was also made by the the committee of claims negatived 65 to 63) the citadel, considered as .:-.'. ,.. 1.: to be almost, surveyor general of Lower CaUada. ,t L. U.
same committee,on the petition .! \'i lli.,u, Stra- question was proposed on concurring in the re- entirely destroyed ; an,. ii, i.i ..; the 13th, al-
nahan; which was ordered to lie oil the table, port. though it still discolors and falsifies some cir- At a late court at S..l.ir '.- N V. William
Mr. V'elson, from the judiciary committee, re- Mr. Storrs spoke against the report, and con- cumstances, it completely coln''adicts the news IVood was convicted of malpi:actice as a physi.
ported a bill concerning the Marshall and Dis- tended, in the coarse of his argument, that, wvith- of the 7th, by stating that the powder magazines cian and surgeon, by which hhe had caused the
trict Attorney of the Western District of Penn out appealing at all to. the generosity of Con- which contained three millions of pounds of gun-', death of Edward Brown, a child of about ten
sylvania, and Clerk of the Eastern District of gress,this claim was fully sustained on the princi- powder, the vaulted magazines and the batteries, years of age, (the particulars oawhich were pub-
Pennsylvania; which was read and referred to a ples ofjustice. were remaining untouched, anid that the citadel lished somlc time since,) and sentenced to one,
committee of the whole. Mr. Liveinore and Mr. Terry also spoke on was in the same state of defence as'bfore. year's imprisonment in the county gaol.
The- Specaker laid before the House a letter the subject; whei By a mcre look-, it is easy to be convinced of
from Herman Allen, a member of this House, The question was taken, and the report finally the truth of the last assertion, and of the false-
stating that circumstances have induced himn to concurred in. hood of the first; the extreme elevation cf the. T' REN '
resign his seat as a Representative from Ver- Mr. Little, from. the joint committee on the peak of the Citadel IHenry and the height of its IIt store and dweling hoi.se u : occupied by
month. subject of the printing for the House, reported a walls make it visible at the distance of more than Mr N -. :by-. 'Thie etorv is wcl! c". ,,, :tel f
The Speakcer 1 ;'., i. before the House a let- jointresohttion, .i.i .-:io t!P.. Secretary and Clerk twenty leagues; the vess-ls which pass along r ie haw-'b.e, lil '. .' s'. I; I.,-s. ., ,, S.
tter fi'on, the Secretary oftt!e Navy, transmitting of each House to cause die Printing to be distri- our coast, aid travellers, may convince tlhen.- JO'tiN P:-.1''. .. I .' '
in pursuance of a resolution of the House, apar- buted among such printers as shall be best able selves with thcIr own eves, that not only the G,.er:'fetow,,m, de' a8- 3


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S ....on.m ci loint of i' --. -r, i' It r'.e:e
.A ~~ in" specie, nril ti-- iisie .o noits are (a, l.-,y oug
S, to be) c ,Iri to thl amount of specie in tv
S -3.. -- it ";.e 1in s hal e a coniiiiL al and ruinot
0 or TrIE NATIONAL QURRIENGY. Iluctuation.of circulating medium; to-day oi
S-- hands full of money, and to-morrow not a doll
Sn'is. a i.s a ", to go to market with. ...
,A subject of great importance to the nation, Suppose, that at this moment one of our ban!
And olf almost vital interest to its commerce, has should fail, who would be the loses, and wh
been some time agitating the public papers, and .would be the situation of things ? The bai
is now claiming the attention of Cohgre'ss. Our wouid call upon its debtors to pay their notes-ti
currency is universally allowed to e in a deplora-: debtors cannot pay, because no bank discount
ble state, and to require all the consideration for any credit or ay security, for fear of failir
which can be bestowed upon it, consistent wiA themselves: the debto,'s property is set up f
a speedy remedy. I have seen many essays on sale: no one can buy, because there is no mon
the sublct, some sensible and others the reverse. in the country, excepting such trash as the note
Congress are fulminating resolutions, in one of the bank which has just failed; and,, in an
I.Io.ie, against the Bank of the United States, .event, the property is sold at such a discount v
,n.- it. the other, against the exportation ofspe- to ruin the debtor.. The bank purchases as mai
cie; ut thy do not strike at the root o the evil. of its own notes as possible, -at aln enormous di
The Bank is, no doubt, ready to acknowledge all count, and the stockholders divide the profits.
the conduct which the House of Representatives Suppose,now, on the other hand, this treasu
S, s 1 to .. :. and it is as vain t at- 01 national currency was established. When
te'nlt to prveant the epCX ortation of specie ", to bank is' called upon to pay its notes, and caune
a .' t I, hto ft AMnlutiplihcityal" "
la-, .-" ofe, i time. A multiplicity of al pay them in either this currency or specie, it
laws only serves to direct the course of crime an evidence tlat the bank is good for nothing
mit a thousand channels instead ofone, and to. and when it fails, (as it must, of course, as soo
increase mor.l' depravity bydiminishing the sanc- as it refuses payment) and calls upon its debtor
tthy of oatihs. I, are abundant examples in they have nothing to do but to go to another
othernations of the futility of attempting to pr-bank in which they have credit, or go to til
vent the exportltion of specie; and when Mr. Treasury Board and give security, and they wi
,Madison reco'.nmmended to Congress to repeal obtain money either to pay their notes or to pur
the noo.-intcrcours laws and prohibit such ex- chase up the stock of their creditor at a discount
por'taion, they coincided with him only in the and pay him with it.
former. .So long as specie is required in East This whole scheme of Homo is not pretende
)dlia com'Ilerce,i so iong will it be exported, in to be any thing but a exposition of the mione
Whatever shape it may assume, and at whatever transactions of England, and has, therefore, th
". ;c.c it may be purchased. Vhat r:ues the advantage of successful experiment, which ver
merchant ho. much he pays for this article? few schemes have. This Treasury Board i'
tic ,.il even take your Ameican, coin and five merely the counterpart of the Board of England
Saic nys, any of your "imitation dollars" he adues, as examples, c i i, o
andl he adduces, as examples, r.,ll.,.h tbi.- o
S.1, .,i pay the expense of recoining them tile issues of the Bank of England, in successive(
he s.epanish stamp, if necessary ; and you years of commercial prosperity and depression
,. ay t.he costs whlen you purchase his return to show that the bank issues more in times o
.^.. ." 1 cannot choose but laugh" when I difficulty, (entirely contrary to the l.):.,.i-." in this
ui i personss talk of the pressure being almost icult (entircly contraryo the .ithi
.. prss talk of the pressure being almst country) and that the issues of the bank are li
l,;r; and, when you ask then, what occasions mited only by the demand, the true criterion o
the pressure ? and, why it is almost over ? they' issues. it i thatEnland has been aly
answer, because stocks are rising! No, gentle- so sup T.hu i in ney that she has been abhl
men, whi,e ships can sail to India at all seasons to subsidize the whole continent of Europe, ant
of the year, thc' pressure in this respect wi al- condition as to c
wways bt-ore o. less; more il those Seasons yeo remain in.the same eas condition as to cur-
mways be imnor or less; more in those seasons ,encv. It is ridiculous to argue against this by
most f' ;,,1blh for their sailing, and less in oth- ing us her paupers, &c. Tie have no
ers. And this will continue to be the case, in- thing nmre to do withte pres c t.quheseion than
.-'. : ;,f. tI, pressure every year, so long as this to prove, all we contend for, that she is able, by
country inO cases in wealth, and therefore de- these very means that we recommend, to main-
and more currency; a so long as specie se very means that we recommend, to main
mands more currency; aid so long as specie tainii more paupers and greater expense than al
coi,.inrm,- to be the basisof ourcu rc,, This the rest of Europe together. Lyv confining with-
i t sees of the pressure-to this it all in herself this circle of. currency, she is able to
S es a th.interest the com nuni obtai, whatever specie she pleases, and to sell
I haveoread with interest the communications it out ts who want it, and then to call it back
of lHftMo in your paper; and he will have the from us and'sell it again at another profit.
Serit of" being hie projector, in this ..:e., of Gentlemen,there never was a more disinterest-
a. currency to which wie 7n -' --. *.. Iater. e bihionit t -
I have reau also wSeveral 1n toh5. S. YS.' ed bullionist than myself, when I used to look
and in not onae have they understood the proo-ssays, over omo's papers, without wishing to under-
d itn not one ae they understood the propo- stand them, as I believe most, if not all, his op-
sition they were answering. Their whole ex- p a cn
amation has been Assignats! Continentamo- ponents have done. But I am entirely a convert
Teisu es hen Hoo e i te to his proposition. I am certain that Congress
eyuch Treasury notes when promositionever hinted must do something better than send committees
ch feat the necessity of such a resort. Ion goes to do- to Philadelphia, or we shall very soon be ruined.
feat thie necessity of such a resort. It I., If this investigating committee should find the
Let the Treasry, or a oard appointed by Bank of the United States to have acted correct-
ess the otherwiseuy, or haveau thority to issue aby ly, (as I believe it has,) what will it profit us ?
Smoney; or otherwise, haveauthority to issue Can tins restore o winged specie to their vaults,
tjr....ess or thIhothol they pleas,; not to anld-kcep it there ? If ted 5cShould find thei re-
-date the country witf trash; not to force it upon verme, can they remedy the evil by denouncing
.the community, as assignats, continental money, v uct of the dt of the Bank, and taki away its
or treasury notes'- charter ? No : the evil was inthe establishment
Bt 'fnpon1 the application of any individual or ofthe Bank with a spcis ie whe talier
.1 who can satisfy them, othe Bank with a specibasis, when there was
c.riit,for its repayment,with such rate of interest no securing such a basis; and the proper andi
heyma fix. The interest wi serveto pay t honorable course is now to remedy the evil,
asthICey may 1ix. The interest will serve to pay the while it can honorably, profitably, possibly be
-.expense of the issue, and to deter unlimited or caly poibly be
.ijif,. e :'.i.:.!- for it: the security to be either I hae be as concise gentleen, as could,
personal or by endorsers, &c. or of mortgag-ed and have deaore as d to nc l languages could
property, and to be judged of by. the Board. ant- he culwovor to wr .such language
Tis paper money t(there is no occasion of hat 4he who runs nay read." Almost every
This ,ape. ir-ioney (thore is no0occasion of sentence is merely a text on Wrhich an essay
alarm in the word paper, as here used) to be ntece ri a xt on essay
made either a legal tender, '(fbr our legal tender might be written. ut your paper is now too
laws are extremely intricate and indefinite) or to nch occupied to admit particular explanations,
be received in ail payments to the U,. : ,,d .. and the evil is now too it..ar our doors, and calls
S: ,:. ,;li put it upon a par with specie, as re- too loudly for rtnedy, to be a 'i.. delayed. If I
S. all transactions within this country, and, so fortunate as to ,., .. or awake a single
in may cases, outof it. country, individual; ifthere is one who'sees any objection
To prevent constant and trifling applications to the pan of Iomop, h11ias only to bviLted-i '
., i .kind of moneyy. let the issIue bc -litmed .and it will be, I hope, satisfactorilyobviated.
to only large suins at a time. .
Now, let banks or private bankers, or indivi- ye .,: aATIOA. "r i.'LLc(:,n,.
duals--any person who cau give aml)ie secun'ity
for these large issues--come and. take, upon I believe it is conceded on all hands, that a
their securities, and at the fixed rate of interest, more embarrassed state of things, in the money
any amount they please, and LET THIIS PAPEIR BE 'it;y,.never existed in this country. On ail sides
THK BA.SIS oF piUt URR.lNCY. x-e witness the distress occasioned by it, and hear
The consequence will 'be, that not a, dollar will .the compinailts of the ultitude. Tile papers
clrculate inl this country Without being founded teem with essays, from the corres'.pondent who
*Upon the substantial security of property.L The enitrs the very elements of political economy
basis, or treasury money, will be immediately (but who comes back %r-ithout a remedv) to the
secured by the property or substantial credit of downright narrator of facts, who can only tell that
the borrowers, alnd all bank or banker's notes he is hurt, without being able to detect the hand
will be payable in either specie or this currency, that inflicted the blow. Someic are for Congrcs-
as they please. Those who cannot answer their sionai. interference, whilst others .favor the
notes in one or thIe other, instantly when called scheme of leaving the current, desolating v, ,' '.,
upon, 'must be banklrumts. .. 1o find its level. Thus, whilst all hands are busy
Thus we shall Bo longer be subject to the fluc- in malting known the calamities that surround
stations of that mercantile, i,, uni':.dli us ..-in- us, few enter this arena of suffering to offer a
modity-specie. It may go out of the country remedy. But is there' no remedy ? Can it be
u*.... any commercial enterprise, at all iL..- and possible that a whole people may be thus reduc-.
seasons, and return in the same manner, without ed to actto;-I had like to havc said, insolvency
its being even known. When there is so much -and in this country of happiness, this i......!.
of it in the country as to reduce the va.lueof mo- of the world, and t-at no means can be devised
ney below the rate of interest fixed by the Board, to revive this exhausted state of things? I will
no one will be such a fool as to pay this interest not believe it. And if there be a remedy, I submit
to the Board, but they will return the amount it to the people, whether they do not think the-.,
borrowed, and release themselves or their pro- have a ri'!ti to demnd of their representatives
perty from incumbrance. On the other hand, in Congress, to apply it ? What subject appeals
when specie has gone out of the country, so as more directly to the people's representatives
to reduce the circulating medium below the than that which involves financial embarrasmeot?
wants of the community, they will return for Is it of no importance to the government itself,
more loans; and thus will money, real amunsub- that something be done to keep up the' almost
stantial money, accommodate itself tothe wants devoted credit oif the people ? And where, I
of the community. Money will find the level ,.I ....- j ask, is there a section of this cotuontry,save
( .. ,,.,.. -,. .and not force commodities and pro- pertliaps one, where puinctiality is not almost un-
perty oh every kind to be constantly seeking the known, fromn the smallest trader to the capitalist
level of the:.specie, that happens, at that mornent, himself-fromn:the very flur'mer, that nobly inde-
to be in the country. The object of a circulating 'pendeun character, to the merchant ? Butt, how
Ienliml is to represent 'propiertl, and more or can it be otherwise when, according to the opin-
less of it is required, as commodities 0r property ion entei'rtauined by some, the operations of this
change owners more or less. There is no coun- enterprising people are to be iiimite.- to the specie


try on earth where property and commodities capital of the country ? Apd, has it come to this,-
chante so often as in this ; and it is, therefore, that ain article knovi to be so .. ..n i ,:; a-
the more necessary that the circulating medium mount, and, for ihati v' er a: osn,o uniIt a rean-
should find the level of conmotdities. leation of capital, is to g-ovu'rn the ent.:-ri-ze of A-
Now, 'so long as bank noLes (ou:r apparent cir- me'i.anos ? Arothis pcopic to be oiman.tfactured
culating medium at present) are founded upon into onu great ltheriromtcr, to rise and fall as
thi basis of specie, we must be liable to one of the specie ]h'at approaches r recedes fioi them?
two evils. Either the bank notes do not re're- Can any.iy thin; o a r ma ;ii iti.aur. be un.dra-
sent specie, nd are th rcfoi'c of nio value in a, ken where fia. itis, whicib according to the ta-


r,''ble ofpolitical economy, r--ay in onfe year be su- FRIENDS' .MEMOIOAL TO C(,'J.'.;i.i: '-. NASV. A E, Nmo. 28.
ht perabundant, and ir, 3sr.ri,,., be gone outofreach? l' -- o1 o.rg letters from Col. King place in
he And, yet, is not this the -r.te- of uncertainty to To the Senate and mouseof Representatives of the the strongest possible "..i.t clf view -. polic
as which allour underti' rls are reduced, when United States, in Congress assembled: of retaining P.i.a ohl, andii afford the .most
ur loans aretobemadesnbject tobedemanded with- The Memorial of the Repric.sent16ies oF the ample justification of Gen. Jackson, in occupy-
ar mi any sixty days after a specie drain shall be yearly meeting of Friends, lhl.l in Haliin.ir,.-, for ing that post. No sooner is it understood that
cut? Who can turn moneyto profit under this the western shore of M'.;,-,.J, aud the adjacent the place is to be surrendered, than the i,..,i
ks state of things ? Or, hi, J l undertake to seek ,parts of PennIsylva ia ad Virginia, : ,,...-t-l "- .,...i: and recommence their outrapes. One
at out points of improvement where loans may be sheweth- such fct is worth a thosad ari s
ik necessary to realise such objects, when, if this lat your memorialists have.been for a num- Vattel and Puffendorf. Our frontier must be
he rule he admitted, they h,.a b.: demanded even hemr of years past, eagaged in endeavors to intro- protected; aud vain will b te e coblts of our
s, before they are half s:.pendevd; and when the duce amongst some of the Indian tribes border- gallant sl .... .if the Indians have once more
g whole enteprize ma be destroyed, and the pro- ing the western frontier of the Unitcd States, access to their old depot of warlike supplies.
'or perrtyof the party invoivef in it? .a or p'ri in I. 01 of i ,an of
ey It 1must-evcr reminarmattecr o mdiiTcreceto some ofthe ,.. ,., o ,'.. r,, ,1 life, with 2:ctficeof a "le-,. froin Col. K',to Col. uian r at"
es an industrious and cnterpizing people whether tihe vie of claiming therm from the deplorable 'ir. I h eocohos, r t .19, 1S18.
1y this or that policy be thought best by them who situattion to wich h, e nor te repr- or,' thei nfovmatie o w ot
as theorise among the elements of the scheme. All of preparing their minds for the influence of the ar, on tie O sid, of te hay.i instead
,y that such a people will caic any thing about, is, ospel ; during which time your memorialists beatin up the ERscambia and Yellow Wvater wamps, in
s- tile calamities thev endure; or the prosperity they.; have had abundant evidence, in the proi gcssive the tin-tance, theiri opt i;,t i. 1 it'. t advisable to
experience. At t I tI .. situation is very tdis- Ir ort t plt Cra word t'o loe d- ... ,',..
C .itupi-ovsement. olthat portion of these leinople.
ry tressing-andit is know :o arise out of,il lmphu.lai .ave en. h be abled to e atend si s ,.. ... :: i e vearne...., i
a language, a searc -' .',- n .nd), suppose It ta of the practicability of recovering thoen I-.- .. -.. ,, -, ito be '* -
ot bho admitted that moiey l,;. ,-,li too penty- from the state of barbarism and suierig" in m -. ', .**. i l.t l quantiiv of coc
is can a reason be drawn outo that admission which hic they have too generally been permittedI tio d ea nSlowl,. w bici ere colls.rn.ed bL. his mn.
S; call be made to justify so righty a sacrifice as it easm :n ani], whilst you-r t emor-ialist. are aw t.ar L. au tht th him 8n prisrs, men, 1 wo-
n must cost, according to te rules of political other existenceof te h an and ipmprov o loivekl Inrems, al irlthd hloctaw, n I
s, economists, to make i.t scare? A sacred wifi c sem which trn W th e i .govetimient of tne Unite Uhe, -' ....... ,
er must be made up of tile runiof thousands-and States .has also carried on amongst some of the From the inormatiol obtained, from his prisoners,
e a stoppage, a sudden l. -. in our career of( idian tribes, a. 1 apeciate tie b eneyvol il improveinent as a people, viich will retard outr .tie motives whic- h-ave inliuncerd those efforts, YIlrow water .He will proceed iamlns ia t wthem,. to
r- advances ieor half a century t so the, feel ittheir duty to state, l :. .licat.I., norro after which ie isinstrtcti:di tLnmis .t.i
t, .Ifi money has been tooo e pfnty, let some mea- f the limited means, which have.froinm time to ,h_ ,1,_ ''. .A -, party of' hIdi.,is that infert the 1t"'
sures be adopted to make it less so-but let the time been employed, has generally hitherto been de-d road, and which the nilitia on duty rt ir,: Dale
nd scheme realize tohat objecl nlc tihe e cos- r defective and ,dee of e,:- ,.r ;,.. tle benefits ex Iio t... n 0 -o.t at. ap. fycr, 'i.. .
y quentces which must follow an instant stoppage planted d intended, from the admission o i- sshaue .-it J'-2 c'.1it J o e ,
e of monied facilities, atd a e a curtail. But, proper persons to trade with, or reside among-st Ibg 1... L.. in- in .-L r ,'Ie 'atminie
y what shall these be? s brings meC to the the Indians, tImhe iiuiluence-of' wLhoso corrupt He rm..,-r t',,i 1 th. 6th ins. ;er prt tianoofs u
s pointIl hadin myaeye whenpI stareed--and, is it tiYesohasinmomanyinstances, greatliycountere-PS.,
, not possible forime to f .binit h an scheme to rca- acted and defeated those efforts. In this opinion tQe- m.pt ,u-1-.-', atrne-d tis ea t o-..the :1i.
)f lize this desirable endt, -'-t shail be better than ., a, ...,r i-ts are confim-net, fraiPo time i r,.*' i,,i ,- .' -'cit,.unded il anliafairi wth ahi ty of,-
cr w it. he .. ar ig ine, und ero thel ia rie 'I)%- h 0 i n d 11in som pr i a ei. AC.
; one Ihcard r-:.o,:id 0 i ...- ,-A day by -a genle- "years' experience and .1.-;, at-ion which they t.-r'c:,.- r- ,r c -,,I. t, ..
SIlan whose intelligence c ,,,., L'. ily byhs aed in the course u t-ir lbors amongst le re'''-that, on the 6th ins.l hle left his bots in '
s l n c'a s IYellow .. :, and, 'ith m detichuiit of' 22 ii, o'
i enevolenaece ; arind hoseexperietcc mn c e se V tth e pp these people ot,'.',-,..' im. cf-dmns wftse dr-cc hlid diuto -
s terms is well.worth esotigk o tti clike the Youirn memorialists are sensible of the right the vored. Hk .'.'t..., then on the h8,, ab-,ia five And
- i citizens of thie ]nittid States claim, to hold inter-' twenty in number, attacked rand defeated u i-!n, killin-
f This excellent friend of mine thinks, wxti most urse ith Aborigines, under the las four, i il \g -, alnd n t'i1in sonie prisonlle-.
o cothirinslon oe ttl, thatnooniny casebe too;pleaty; a itgulatineg that intercourse, and also of the opinion hin lto t d thadir pser fell
lie has f'or that reason always deprecated tle liich soin)e enterteisi of their privilc-e to ex- Tie ,r just o ,d t d-
I system of mantefacturinn banks out of such mIate- tend their eter:,Zriz any and i eve direct- fere ...t .. j h e :,,e-
quetias as w e apience Isas i onwhi'ch toomany ofth tendm ei proot e in. i an d;y I a evrcym irecnt feared -. .. I.. I-, posed cor lohsveeen ri t iifocd,
rials as experience hasy roved too many of inem ptionl where rewards appear to await it; butvour attacked mrein s cmp; tins si
Were made of., But, hethiaks also that it can be .-,cc,>hr .ts can see nothing -to justifv in thivid- then. y.r 1 ', notw ihstarnding one l -lis xen ed at
made too scarce. The aovernnment itself felt the the first onset, and, cere- e ver d sin broeu,-ht iacto' eti
sspp"y"""r-endt p is h no i..ndhab ,fnrthe or private uo th.rrarthi tsieca t)oat .,.e -m received n iusket ball
Stru ftehis position tirngouwar-and it I t. enander or estroy the lives h ptle slde, 'nddtrthoneom'' ------, bef. t
Spoor consolation for it to learn that, a re-action,o their fe lht, ..en ; and if there be a defici- dtm. ...- .-1 s.........vam-a .h. -- ; t:,
u ipon the known principles ." ,liLtl economy, cyin the pro visions of the laws which guarantee to .-., io.n.. ,. in.-,.- ,d, .:.. -. .
w would make it plenty atr oiefuture period. Its to them tils g a"' whe"' we ,. -; srid,-lo respect- orse i. '--e c -,- to- -....... "-'---- h- u d .' ,-.
wants,(like those of the people at this incl -.-nrc .iime st i, th.. si a -. .. hi in r"' n ae .
prescnt-they were felt, and.hoiW tob ,,tI ,S .' ,l I '" ca p
iiilically ameint-ded, anti that such additions be ,1 c11i-cIc IcIJr' -,.1 lInthe amt-.1 tidie'['soe Cp.t
relieved was the subject of enquiry.T ihat is the ma.deto the existing ncr:. system, as shall best G. AI .I,.,, r_ : .i .O resume- l t co n.
Question now; anid it is oCe, which, though every tend to promote the safety, improvement, and "iJ"e i ,I' -t tirn once more ,crdr hiti tcin n l .. .. -
political economist may knw how to answer in ain is hace, where, lie is of' opinion, a lartyis c I. .i '
poltial i hm c happiness ot fiton en To. C h e -rsin. .d-n1' t. o-
et ap p location o to s e ro tvery few in deedSha ve nr d .. .k e... f l o i ,0t o a bu-. .t,-.'--d w n m: e u neve of -s u
itsapad icato totnhe .,vcryfwi ee ineha~ lenlwe contemplated the numerous evils render, o.-a inth.expected return 6ftis
ventured to reply to in its application to the pre- hlI d r pt o u greatives of th e ar mament o
vitred tot'ovy' ctonillits appication eit tiesaic he haxebeen ih.e h on thave natives of this wcn they are sure of protection d supplies, and will-
Tse., s o s y, indp d continent, and especially upon that portion of it again ommence their depredations on oniurscttlernents.
C whishe s ich po y la ye fhretiondt e is: inhab, se t tim tie r b fs This expectation, I flatter myself; Capt. pioyles wiltdis-
The scheme proposed by omy friend, provides which we now inhabit, since tnen irdneofs our first appoint reod er of is city r misde.
for the present emergency, and implies a fourfold inte'course with thcm, and that whole nations of v anrer i i haeiess lon before the pro
mapaerality jwithithem, awdthic twholey anatural of vhree is es'acdaotea.
relief, It may be gathered fronm tie folowinthese people have already been so entirely exter- I cannot close this eommlnnliic.tion without agaia c -n,
utli nes. minated, that no trace of them nosw remains, ex- ycour attention to.the i meritorious conidict of Capt. loyles.
Let ail issue of treasury notes be authorized, ept their nanes ; and w hen w consider that thie on zeal, activity,iald perseverance he is' surpassed by no
amounting to dollars ; let them be on inter- saue system which has, in so short a space h prtiz'rn I have ever known. I have, &c. &e.. "I
est. Let a board be organized to issue them to tie, produced such destruction, is still, with IL GenK A NJa t cla. 5th Inf
applicants upo adequate d approved security. ut little exception, i full operation, and must, if Coimmasding Division ofth o- ,,utf
Let no note he for les than 50, nor more than nhot timely arrested, sweep fiomn existence the re-
10,000 dollars. The whole to be redeetnable in inausirng tribes which yetinhabit our country, we i 1 ,,,, s t'. -
years, anid in such :i.-.', as may be rc(ceiv- think itcannot fail to excite, in every benevolent The Circuit Co,,. 1 ,.,i, in...., after a pa-
ed at the end of this'period, ia the United States mind, deep regret, and to awaken a feeling of tient aind i b iuit -. I.,.' l c,, case of tiu
barml, and its branches., commiseration and of teniderness towards this verdict obtained against IMr'. Karrick for an aug-
Now, how will this work a relief for the plie- helpless and oppressed part of our Cgreat family, mentationm of the a-rmament of the .privateer
pie ? A bank, fo example, finding how op- It is a mit laincholy reflection, that these people Fourth of Juiiv, the Court, on Iotion of is coun-
pressivc and ruinous it is to its dealers to demand have hitherto, with but few exceptions, received sel, arrested the judgment : of course he stands
the enormous curtaits which the presen t t imes hands f the a f those x ho have succeeded to acquitLed of ai accusation. iTheDistrict ALtor
epose, would, for its own safety nidcpendntoe their douai little but reiterated wrongs and Iey directed a nolle loswequi to e entered hi all
the ircgurd t lhich any hlantane irecti cannotutrage : instead of their having; be en united to the ca otl cses. I the ease of ti e prtsesitmient
outf t lfr anhonr ed opmssed debn, re- us by acts of benevolence and mki dness, we have against the Postmaster ofh this city for nmisde-
sort to the xchcquer board, and borrow what it ailed to etel to them, except partially, that manor, Mr.Pinkney and Ge.iVe indmeroered,
might need to wNard that press which it had corn- liberality and justice which they had a natural ready and anxious to try the CasR on its merits,
pelted it so relictanitlvy to run upon its debtors for -igt to cam ; d, instead of recognii.g tlem i nd agreed to wave all objections of any deect
help ; and it tvould borrowno more, because ihe as mcniubes of tour cOmlion family, antd c.t .d- in the idictmcnt, or to cure those defects bs
bills bcariing interest would constitbt -a check oil ing to them the benefits of our superior knomv, .-, consent, if practicable, and to adinic against liil;
thi u point Being thus provided wits a teni:iur edge in the arts, anid our christlia advanta-es. thme evidence of all tihe parties im-il'cates. This
for specie am pic.ints, itwouti(io e.nmade easy ; and thcm have beenk disregarded, and kept at a'(iis- course was not conisehted to, and the sole prose-
abe, o e,f to relax the pressure yhichm ibs tOw a 'e a was aceordily r entered-|t'Iat s
so oppressive to bank debtors', by an extension of Undjer these considerations, your memorialists ..- ...
tiiec, accommodated, if necessary, to the period e ei edt i to be their duty respectfully, but "- .'yr .'.t h 'i .' -.jL. r
when the loan from the Exchequer baord was re- ..'rnesth', to solicit the attention of Conress to .
uilndabie. A g'radhtai anIdl iroircste toli'eurth51 wo(cttloo -.... -E'
undabl. A and ora tie critical situation cf those i of ouri Abo-rip-ines tO0 iR" *' tons, WAkim
cloubtess be resorted to-and i ten years w who dIhabit tenhe Western and ort-western fo- 'AME to the subscribers' stable on Siunii y ie 12th.
the lilmits.afiixed to the ilan, frcm tile boaird,sutcih l r S'tate t 'p a on in1. iad hired a hoase and ;weste, aa mina by ot;e ni,;nie
ctbtior of the ln t o State:l~m b: Nr weakn-ss and orJOHine NDrtS. tle is about r2uears t ace, 5 cet
a term would enable seven eighths of the people their su 'erehnis give them a stiong- -ir tli upon ii inches bhugi, mtow emnp, euou. esah cark ie 5 i.et
to w o uld tss ti y g; a th e a sitpre s on g ic h i t le a v e inch es h ig th, stall w c wm p le x .o z;, dar k l e
to accominslodate themselves to its (lelnmat1-,. the hmtnanity and protection of omur government ; down cast look, ver. y rstrvad in t<;tversatii-, tiiaes riat
Thus, th. bks and the people would be re- and your memorialists carnebtly entreat that this lie is ftom New York, alwai s keeps :is lhat nil whelit n a.
i heid; aia it llowsi that our T.pecie would be iLmv be so _. :.L extn-ided to tem te, as to ar- room i iue coa:, buff vcxh, bine panta;ois, and m.y
presenrved ; anrid it follows that outi easupr-y' u r t of destibIon havel 1 l h e ither inches ntvir himn. The ioi'st is a soirri, ra-
preserved ; and it folo that sury old ret of destruction which long as b.t 15 ietids ande uch higl, a guod tlra 1ofiIi
be nide evenrisch is bei ptitn oteen poueid upon themp1, and rescue our coultiry h.s ihce, bout ir.d ieet and one itre- foot wh.;.e, switch
If tmit millions he issuedI, T asid loaned-tme bi
I thirty millions b issu, s- and oaned--th fo t11,he rcenroach of their final extinction, tail, no other m -rks.recolleed, about 3 years' old. 'fie
revenue arising from 4i would be one ,i!ton 'gig is a dark green, wheel] picked in wxih dmdark brown,
eight hundred thousand dollars per annul ; if drab cloth mining, with lether op5 and lamps, our of tile
the tervl witc'e extended to toll ye-ars, it, would lamps broken, iand Iptt lintodbt.cs, ''lie above reward,'
place in lh ti- reaslry eighteen millions of doiia'a! DELAPI. \NF'S' REPOSITORY. wll bu' given ibr te swiuidler aid prop-i-.y, or ,50 Ufor
Tl'huIs, tiur granId objects wouIld be realized byv home rnd gig, JOHiN M'( NI.S.
tinn .il c._ fr n .ev r in eteY erc is every reason to believe that hie has in-
i's, s hie t bns We have cursorily perused the frst part of veigleda young ema te iroi her friends, bv whoim he is
cMidt, Rhel'c to thie ppl. second vohlme of this in'valuable work, which aietmpan.ied; shie r; about 2O years of age, oif a light con.+
ilt picctuio,, blue eyes, hIgit hair, abouit5 feet 4. inci~es high;
Tiecod, security fa t the imeselite, tutuse t issuicm fr'om the press. it conuails ad- lin dr.c.s whmen she left trome was a black silk frinek,
eT;hd m Srit rity on te r mir'ablc liklntsses, anmd well written biographical bliack shoes ani sttin-e..ii, light snuff' colored in ,,c
1-'our th, to the govs '11 .1entri sketches, of six illustrious Atm ericans -- Samulel c!(th coat, whito ball linu tons, caper." trimmed .,., -i re
That tomnetlmicngountto e YioKnn Irn Adtains, ltenry Iawt'enrs, Geor.e Clinton, Ben- Lee'hmaas bounct trimmed with grew nbboo.
Ti*t ,d i th i s ouh e to le d o n ied an ja rmini -l t''lankih, F ran cis i foD kin son and R obert il tmim o.re, deC 19- -5,
doubt; aud it this schIme is nt dooed ood, ,,io'ris. The fourth narrative is par-ticuharly [N Cii i_,i\s.ItX.
or calculated to ai rd the c oiiey whicf is so loud- worthy of o 'r p mri--i co insum es, iid edii re
y t'ailc fo r, it is su bm itted to th e w isdo im o f th >an o ne h ay f of 1th se v l um n e b mt is as b rief a-- 'r i G ao ,'g -e's C o ciir Gou t f),ce r be r'
Cinanigep's]sotts. comprehensive, as the magitrude of tile subject "T"r -S8.
wouldjustity; and theinlprcaSiotis which it leaves Anthony Smith, 'i
upon the mind of the reader are powcrfill aud for e
lasting in their nature. The celebrity of Mr. division of the real estate O-
NE55W-YOiIK, ni. 15. I Irancis flopkiilson, as a wit and author, entitled ot' Joscph t hnirli, m.tnder I
-,:; '; Jhe.---The gentlemen of the bar, of him to a neat and appropriate biographuv and c il.) Iin:,t chic salemade a'd reported lbv toe
tllis citry, yesie'day gave a public dinner, at thic thlc writer has happily managed to depict a high- i. eo inrsionfts n the abeese, tie ratifeti" anin
City hotini, to Cisic' Justiee 7tiomtpson, on his ly estimable cha'actes, at the same tinme he re- confirm cd, unles; cause- be shewn to thie ontrnry berere
nretirinlg hrom the beneh of the supreme court of dheerns from oblivion many a dclightful morsel of tie 18th cIny of January next. Pi'tuvii...'d r crory of'thii
this Stals, in ter:,tinony of theh" iug-h respect for American literature. ot'der be inserted, once in cceh ofutihrue tn:resivcie weeks,
hsis cjdicial a.nd nivate character. thponthe whole, ti e prestht vohne equ Ntioi Intiigeuni b .ore tie sid
-riIinchard hiar-tson, F':srh. presided, aroinisted by if it does not surpass, in merit, the one already onecent peracre.
Josaih Og'dheun Hoinn'.as, Thotmas Addis Emniet, p)iiblished. Mr. Delaplaite is aot merely enti- Test, ED. HAVII'OOD, Cterk. .
,rund loin ',eiu W SltO S. as Vilce piresJidernts. tied to otr encouragerente:-t-his inde-fraigabie (le- 1'- w~3w
Abaut twI)o hundred gentlemen sat doi,5n to | industry, ,.1.1... -i ti\oar-ds an object, so national. A TI'tEJ"i'.
diinr. land u-f'ihil, claims fronm every mu' intere-;t-d il ?., I AR sti<-en fiiom the sub-cribe-'s shyop st Incri',_tv, tm
--- the lonor of'hi:s coumly, an'd attachled to the x, ,7 udcl intil anin tree pair' of ?itoc,;, cr1- pa-r 'f


'-1.man) tihlc youth who threw the stoe which recollections of its greatness, an ardent exprec- which lined with yellow m ,rocco', i-iv,: iao.i;ntr..war
caused the de'th of franklinn Tuckcy, i' one of sion of gratitude. Be the subordinate defects of W"ill be paid fr the recovery of the pr'opr c andv.;pre-
S- ''- Il l itn01 of the ttiefl or ibm-W e dollars fo th .e j ,l'
tile wharves of lBoston, some time siic., ha:; this work what they may--admitting the corn- Ml=ne. o.I.iV.S CRAt' ;.
been tN-ind on the charge of i ranltaughticr, and position to be poor, and the scope of biography de l --0c
ibuud The punishment for this olftuceI to be misunderstood, which we do notthink-yet B '[,' KINO FOI 'L 'f, i}'1'. Ie.
is i:. rin, ct for three yinars, or i'r a les is there a redeeming spirit,in the design of this sil ultStieO, .'INt s'1'S,.
term, at cth; discretion of the court, iWy Ia is rr |eosaito'r 1, which ought to ensurec it favor in j .. ofir v.s-ts vl 'Anr ,j'r"itnT, ;'>r sak 1'by
about 17 years of age. ever.c' pa-triotic hearted ,..Al --",' a,r. ov- 28.- ti ;"'








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e'eriore instructed their Senators, and request- present occasion, have exercised the courtesy claim; and supported 'his motion by.an. argu- -"'"" '" ', ,or.r, xIs, l'sq, merchant, to. r. Aisx territory of Misso4,:,, is enabled to give extensive and
:1 their Representatives in Congress, to use their usually sheiwn to every chairman of a committee m ent, on the principles and faces of the case, of e Aso, al of' Madison comity, Viginia. accur'ae informationn. respecti.g the q'ality of lnd. &c
endeavors to procure the passing of an ict to who reports a bill, of clhusing- his own time for considerable length. in said tracts.
reventthe t..... ; ...., of saves, or servants callingitup. It might be proper for him to state An ended & able debate took place on this Atmie the3dist. where she came foherthe ta y aBounty lasf t etc Illinoed with ll o f r
Scolor, from any state to any other part of he Mr. C. said, that his opinon on this subject did motioning the courseofwhich it was supported by benefit of her heJth, of a pulmonary complaint, Mrs,. after execNtion, and taxes pid unually, tihe siusoriber
united States, in cases where, by the laws of not difi'er, probably, fnom that of those gentlemen" Messrs. oind rxt,, Johnso-n, of "Ky. 'au!dwin. r, iI ife of Mr. William Brundig, of will .unert''tketo aviic.these i.ipen -:"-in
ich states, such transportation is prohibited. In whohadchbscntgointo'comitteeonthiesibject. Smith, oi Md. and L:,..;, and ouppo:ed' by lialtimore, in the 23d year of her age, to the great reget plied with in due tine. F .
>nforpity with teise instructions, as well as a- Butitc chbirnan ,',-..: statedto t',. i. i that, Messrs. 'Fiwi,,. Iand I C.'',. t ot'hc hmnmdl, reltivic;, and fK ends, which were .n T- .No.'8, thcnix "t"" ', '., y11 .. N.. 'i .l k.


. ..... .... rea,-y to his o..r, 'ciiig. anid principicS, ,he on a:, .uI li'-n ..,tC d-c ti.i ci' the stae, i' The. d.ba'' resuled ir, arii to the noun t' .. r' -.
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---- -- r.:.i ., ,ii,.. l ,, t ci ii. I. kv.,l .t-.i <, i, a .-, where, ly. and fabn h L. b iI',ti' he i,.-use, t i he t lU. Iht it hiad- an adjourniment from nim otiday next to il ,oldy I i i' 1..-' -"""* ..u..,.. at
I ., "hvby ts.e law of such state, sach '.-:i...| .... i iprohib- ly r. ,,iil :, had his remarks been I,.. .r, .. t;AL.L the week ; which was ,'i,.hti -l d ';n '" m h "' "'P *li I-. 1. ,. '
The-question respecting the .Massacahusetts ited." discussionofthe .i,.:-:wul bIe I,,'.. '. :... .i,-. The House adjou,ii.d t, l\iorday. dec 1 -- ..'.' i ." .' :I.I
Claims camneiup, in the routine oni,.h:i: _, ,;..- The resolution lies on the table one day of hiswishes. ViTh "'e-, I '.- ti.- merits 01 this '. -____ .. ..-- -- -.-.
terday; but, by the course it t.' .u:, tic PLul.l : course ci .i,,, C.. (.: .... i.., -I '.:. only'say, that .; S .T -. .C LR -, .
r " i M r.. o-rl( Sul. 1i'.fi.cd l n llo l'h, ." A i, t: "' Il i : : .'- :, ,-- khS 7I.I I l I, ,-t.10'..I l' )Ni" I. I I .
are disaonointed of the anticipated debate and Mr. d I.il A i .Id i .. i i l'.' *,. f:. .e .I I. ..... th,' . .
a e- ,. '. ",'.."ed, TIhat the comti nmittee o. the Dist'ict of' e io en ., L|I.,>l'U 1 ,, I I,,I.I ...1,1 11 : 1' 1 ... .i ,, .. A A { '' ',.
decision. Thle advocates of the claim were un- I.,, ,, .. ;,,I ...,.. ,,I- ), D.~ r 0sc i ,, ,o i;.n ,..I, I. -. i "I-r -The L f.'I ',.'. t'.I !,its .t i i.' 1
w iiting to take it up, and, by their desire, the bill ... I .. I...- '.-. ,... !...... .I' ,r" ..... ,,.1 h II- I ;tI. i .i .1- a d *r- i..'11l .,. r i I: ., .ch i' .1.." .1t -I, .-.. ., ...,, .", L I:.- ,..
I 'U .I I I I ', .."[..I.,,i .- ,l ,1, : i,, i ,, mL.,-..r tl' i tLrI <,r,.,,; l u, r... jli, 1 i.,r,,,,t .t | d J I.,,.., '-- ..r'. 1-1 I. ` | L l 1]- ,.t. !.,l L-ul.l *Ltt )l Ilh,1 hC, L ;-, k.l..,i :I C. .^., tu-.. I,,i,,i,,r,. :,.l '.,,e I,..i-.,,r,J.l
slum bers on-the table until the tI inluIntioi of the 1 'I I .I t laiI. But, i ,. ri3It 1 i l,.ai. L, I l L '. b J I: .... Ii 1 .I l .", ". "I.. ..i-I"' : I I."II... .;;.;
S. ssion shitlnterm inatealso its t' c' e. 'I l On Il..-.. '. ., it was ordei'ed th ,, It-a Of" I.-UItI 1. 1 LIt 'I,,U"' .L1t- 'I I lil-.-II" t5 -I ..11- lIli. Ui,_,- ,I-l ;'hu i,.l' i -, Ih.t ,,1 ,,Ii Lt 1 .'tC Ii--........' -. I
Session shal terminate also its .-ie.. lcl t e i ,;.t. and doiments -conm- iof be iIr ini I ,i I de .
is not, we believe, the least prospect of its being: nmunicat..i I. the L:.: I.u'...: ,.n u-,* i:. L subject.- ( dst, I'c, r.: th i.ouse,' no less to I. i.. L .' j A .U..' .1 in l O
called up during the present Sessionn an,, it. f; printed fr :' u.,- if .,- it' enate. 'tself thi :-i. i .I' ciais .were i at the time the act complained of took .
were called up, the proceedings of ct. rdav in- The S.enai, resumed the t.-onirlrati- .n the subject *:. l .I.. t;:,i. .1 oped, when gen place.. ..
dictate the certaity of its rj.. LI. .Of thepro- motionmade ontihe 4th inst. b r\. I ..,. "toleImn -'ere ra e howve, they would enter GCsoai.-Thc Georugii TLegislatur"e have re-' L-",L I..' o o.
di of theis fate it is ., ,,m.l' 1 the friends of refer to select committee t i: ,, he ni,.a F to a full and fair I, O the ueston. I" ', I,,Cb o0 ',!'. r i' fo.r "' u I Char- : I'# .- .i*l*'I .ri P, i:eC .
( I ofdthis fate, it is i, .,th..efriendsof :.,,, Lii al h,. o,,,, h,.i:, Hol dinmg t f opinions holding te opinions he dlid, he should not:4; I, : and have encr i, t. ;I t s "of all the ; ,. ,,.
the bill were aware, and th:i-.rc.. declined con- ctllre' ir, h ,The S ,I.inoleI \"'ar. to expr. p ih...r, -:i .1 '- lruoper opportunity. But, public officers 50 per cent. The l.itr ca..r ,,.. t., ,l.L .: .i .. .. :.- .c 01 [!..,i.
suiiing the time of the Houseby a i',lil, i: dl i In ri,.,-iui, o!!' E.tui., ti. motion was a- 1 to po a-- th- .he. could well aftord; .theebein cash r .
cussion'; preferring rather to take their chance meinlek I to rc.t l asi bitl.i's, and. i this ape question to be d. I l, I nti ii have : t, e State Ti-i .is the .:. I .Otober Jast, vIl,. .I.. l.. I,l.,. I ., l.I I... r, .I..t' m.
ta future Congress, When time shall 'e m el gree to: occasion tor' -ia..- th., t-... ... .. '...ried i i ,,,,, .. 1 ,: l. ,.1in glr. e' 't recently i .' r .
.',Lish discussionn ;'that Liu.,L i -tL.' .bi,.]'i lil:, el',.:
o- r ve.'r oledc Tiat the n fssaee of.d, That the message of.the residentt :.,i .d.. uj : discussion .tha ti ,I .- i b.,n, by t. .. 1, ,.'L-d .i L.L'n the .,li.,ih li:. L. ..nlai out in- l ,h r I .. *,,. I ir, .. ,i, .
lowed uI.- recollection .of the occurrences con- eumen. ,.. .,, to the Sminole war, be ref rcd to priz : they.mighf, if i.. wee alio ,ed to:n...- t .-,n .. i .:-, ..llu l I' ".-. ii i,, .\ ln,;i., .' .I \i: ,,.
nected wYhith this claim, and .'s ,ln._i t .it I.: asperity select c.-...i, .' i... .11 I- .: i .j'l ..I;r.. if necessary., duce a forensic term to. explain his' i. ..ni,., S \tiIt,. (;Vw-inini HItablr- niam aild Hall. '.'
which some of them were calculated to excite. to se or ersons PaPers; i committee that the. dc,.u I" t"i," _... was a snap ,..,. N" ..,-, .. ,:i-. ,.-In a spirit of,cnlighteed .' 1!1 1 I1: Lk
qtn'I telat"ve t-lethe a dvaincel of' the I''.1 -., ,L-. I',. an.I.; -I. .L- n ee s
S-- inIto West Florida; whether the .officers in command ai ment, rendered without an examiIation I;,rl..i a .bupe.-'.: Court, 1.as just been es- ": -. i A L .
We are highly gratified to. learn, from the Penstacol. an1 St. Marks were' enu.ble to, aid under dence, or time given, c. ie hoped, therefore, tablished by law, to consist of three Judges, tt .i h oLp' I 't'r ,''.t ,.r' ~I i, i
ssae ofthGoveror of Maryland to th the controlofSpa and, I.what circumstance the committee might trie, to give the gentlemen be bolden uIIl.Jlly at l 1-e'.;lI (the s eat of go-. -... Ii O ... m p i '.e e
,tsage thth. Gv:.. of, as itisusuallyo the Le- sted to authorize oril, L t ilt 'omntmanding ner in fvor of the claim t. toptepare t''' ..- '.. ,,salries ..,. i.. .1,t 2500.dol- ,. a .,. ., ,.. ,t.e.
I d- ', t- l*. t i,1, as it is usually cal-,. 'I osss o o those OSts. for the discussion. .. ,.n. ..: *Ii.,4 : ,ab ..' i-.. I A L ,IrI -,>i.1i,,d C ..,K, 1 ,... .
.. s '. h eas, the whole of it, e'-..:ndirng from i the w r A. committee .i is p anpo ) it,-1 Iccordingly, -on- 'M r. CAn.p.. be, of. Ohi said that he had c' n, 1 .. "I/. /Il,': ,'r L. .'/ J. '.., I'. i' '. ""I I.: "a ..' ,, .'. '.,t t '. s.
.,kof the Conococheaguc t.- C,.I,Lbcilnd, been '.,.": M essrs. !.,":.-',, '.,n', Forsytht K; r ;oing into ..I, ,.,'. L .A '.,.I this 4.:.. .ii I: i --.,lt -.- I I, cll ''. i"' o -', .'-i- .
I .. i'. ..- an d bji. .Wi' ll 1I I .' -*.I, *!. iI 1 1 T .i' 1 i, .i.. l t l I. i.tI, t l. .aitleI i l i,, t .'.. 11 .l. a l '..'
et out in sm all, contracts of one, two, -or three Iar J *uil.l I, h .' d. t eli ,,ir.,.-. i.n tii iti I. 1.- I il, ', i I ,.. -;G i. -. ,(t1-- 1 i.,' of i ..: .ai. 0 of bol4tIh C-. uIln..'. llh C'I, d it..... I I : I.I ;I l,-I I ir ..i r. Ln ,..- i l ,. -l .,..
m i les, to actual work en or co ,II:.,.t.. I who Iu I II i: a.1', lI. l.- aid ,.," el ,' ,i.n ere in ti .. 1 .. l i, ,, h l I ', n the last but orn ...ot w i ...' .... % c... .. ,c ,,r. ...L .... .
a all bound to com pletetheit, contracts. -.,.: l ferret. I od ..e f. "r... .n- the. he ad tha 'i tai l.l i 1 h ., .,. .,.,.ty c :,r in on re ,v .
I.II rd t 'h.....a '" h eLt-herem art .- .l'tl,: : ,t,: ,u .!,...report- C,.,,, J IL \ ,.:.f. L JJ2 tn l' C ', ,t'Cr-' i-lJ L .L -
-n',-,t .#f :)C ( ,co ,: r,1820. This is a mbst im The :1i to, provide fpr the due excrltii0nof dcc]d bill,:,lindthei :, .,'- havn wda' A 1171So .I e ha ne a-hoe n o p T i i .. : ".' f
p ot'ta nt l I. T s m ';, .i,, Tl t b..c .., a..n eI ''.I'i' h a v in g n o w stat e i d id at" J o/in S. ['u d ell h a s b e e n c h o se n C o m p i i- D A Y a: A
portent link in our chain of c..,n,,-.i o ." ..i. the laws .f t f I. ,h ir, ',. :; ot llinoi' them, he had no I,.: .ia,.ea voting for the cornm- troller General; and )niel'H.i:!i., Smr- -. I. S .: .: .
the western states, which we; '.:. d i.--,.1 to tiar was read the oi..t.iI i t-.:., nod, ititr r'cc ,,.;, n mittee to rise. H-i" .,i h..l the question should veyor General. PI C .F .
will be sosoon tonp!t 1. A from.R some amendments, was ordered to be engrossedl not-be settled until every species.of proof on the ,. ,,.,n.,a t proposed to i,( constitution i.LL.e .',1 1. i" iI, .,.J, ..'' the .h' -
from....oc.k- .foa. .i. third i'eallong. sub ject was r o tai> '- 'I"-" ', t the House, berIu wr e-,t. -,tli. ji ,:- .,n unifoi'm mode of election of I, 1 r.: ,I i, i',,,., *, ,,r 'v ,,,,,,, o .
it! to 1.i .Isp-I. o ly is t.L %r-IIn:,ir to con- TT hbill for the relief of Maj. Gen.tStark was he ishd te .c -,..i.ri be such as, uc es 1.I li an ." i-.. *or wae rejected i tl' i '"'I-'i. ,Z I1 0. ," -1 I-' l I- 1 Lk I I
nect with the seat, ..,.;' ,,,,,. nt, I., r,,aI k.. rc. t,1i : iI'd time, as amended, pasd ar, d e- made, Aiould be -f.-,I.-ic to ,ii parties. 1 1 I a .:. ir ua wsi ri sio.. .- w-i r acis....1 ,s ..1 i.,c.L. I.
road, the '.hh le wcste cn country. '. d. turned to lhi. ,,I ,er Hiousb .. .M r ,,- .r. i ,!. ,. N '.-': .'". dl ,.as he had : I Ca rt,.of!ou, ,aaolina, .I 'r lr 1. 1 '. I,. '. 5,, e. ..,u .
0.- -',-I ..- "-b" .1... .. ; Sa,..l .I : b n''- l i '.1. ons ersd I ,'I .han er f th ,:tbn o m,,,.t.:.e ,l r'...r-t.: ,1 'Th nc mo w e r .r. dthe pr.:- a ,e ,.11-1' k. ..i-,.
of .. .I .: rM ., ,,r,. .C..". .l ".' ." .h ,- I-," ': ." .' ', ." .... f.'v ,,,- '""" !t:.. inthediscuss- :. n.l vo the Gr., Ji: .I ,.- ia ,,] t.1 ..- .:. :.;. : r,% l, i .RI-.Ii ,,l .
r ad,-tl '', '"..' .. ,I t : co .nniu .cr, nu licla dsbe, and- id. -'i". that the ta c 1ai -.. ..1t
S hereby are, istructedtoi ure int, let. isileilt, hi, ', s -ni n bee itisconceived. ed States, in ,ul: 'n, right le taxed, i.:..rt.- IIS E\l NG-.i .'. c.uJk li.
IVOL~ i ` 5,II -t-".II so altering "t .-a I concerns tl- ". .-' ,, i l respect to the cotttesy hdue to the gentle-man edt, t,.tsi-, a measure would be impolitic nd "1

l*..d'. ...' lands that, from and after the .-- 1. ',:--, ,r.I.d,, from Massachusetts, and to the state ie rcpr.e unwise. BOOK AUCT.II .
1 s sales, but te public lands nted M. T. said, he entirely r.. 1 .t.. th VsiiA.- The Legislature of Virginia met raunla ir.' irt. at earl ',i.:le hlt,Iii, '1i be
oN SENATEI A s l s-e.... i ,fo" t onl, o sentiments.of the !'ior ,le Speaker. But, as on the 7th instant. Linn BaDnks was re-elected" ,. sr. -. -o '. O .ti ..l roomsl.- ,.-,,,., .... -..,, r,
,THrusAY,.., 17. Tl,. hi;l for the 'elief oLouis and Antoin e ifthe report ,of the- committee in this case, if ,inot Spteaker withltout opposition; r. -..' :, assortment ol c%'f -t ooks, tationery,.c.s, I'. \\ l L'...
Mr. rr.,, [ eseted a .n.o' ofthe re- Duinde wasc :r.d a tird ding; and acted on at the peent session, miht and per- ite fort e ean .
rgious ucl... of i .,.l, of .!. lsd, and TeSnate adounedtMonday. haps would, be adduted hereafter, asan argu- Arms and Doorkeeperwere also re-elected. : The B nk ctionwi itItre ln.,,...: on i'bul '
]parts of ':,,O-sy1hO't,.nF, at'J Virti,i.,t, nlljac,. ,m t lin F. or of1.'fthee clam; and, as he thio .: James Pr e & ston has been tre-elected Governor, day ar.I i. i U,,r.,' E. I..... i, t, early ...... :..l,,. .
'.,..- ,.-..,n.. iei,.,,i..t.,- meast.,,. .. .p.,, H OUSE Oi REPRLpitNTATtVES.1 it pi'obtable th ,ui .j,, t ,,',1,l not v..,hi .nn, be- for the i-suing.ycar, by j,;ne btall'h,. .-
LI'IC ..I ,l' L''it'i l l d 's ; whi I : -i .t i.A flC. 18.
th'," ieian trd d o t our beh-ders o; sie e r:.l ,' "" EM R 18.th eo.- i, the Hot'e t the _rt(it i tssion, he should d The appointment of J. W. ('r,.' r.s Judge of '-
andi he eer hd before the house thememo- take this .:.p.i. thrV t~ state, that the report dthe Ch~nceriy Corti, made dlm i the recess by dA..
: : ..:, from thte committee o f .inance,a rial ofthe t,. -.turI.- olthe territory of Missou- made on il ii si hjl'ct by the committee, was sthe" ("-, : ]iiirt, 1l.s boen cointirmcd by the Legis- .
maide an unfavorablee report on tll.- iL..i'i.h 'of ri, praying that the people of that territory imay considered as a i._ r.,,>, o! ii. case ini 'behalf nature "." :'- th I .il-of the Rkcille an1
Nathaniel Goddard. t be authorized to form- a constitution and state of Massachusetts, drawn up by herself, as it was The annual Message of the Goverrnior is a prac- A ei' .-.'tI. turi, .li.. l O,.A CTm.l'n- '.i. b, '.-l
Mr. rill, fiom th.: -.:,,rn.:t' otn the Judi- government, anId be admitted into the Union. in fact by her agent. The committee had thought tical documlen, containing wholesome recon- .s a s t firs ncex, ao i., .,c,-. .
ciar, td whom was referred the memorial of the Mr. ...'i ':,,4t 'h. reported, from the. commit-. it a liberaity due to a state, a ppearing as a peti- men:lation and useful iufornation respecting the then be mite,, f ..stl t tO. I',.o L.Irt,i:, ... -
. 1.,e, .c.uil ofAlabama, praying or c tee o avs and ans, a bill tor the relief of D. tioni before this House, to leave it to her agent, concerns of the State gs ar .: i, ,,,-i
ain amendments in .in: iidlci:il -\stemn, 'sade Bickley and CCataia e Clark, ;nd a bill making or immediate representative, to make a state- Pxhss aY.vxANt.-1The ei pbsisture met onti e .'oilIN\ JA.I, 'lc; ll,..
a report, that,.as therewas reason to bult' that appropriations for theI ts..iport ofthe Navy ofthe Imentof. hr own case, in her own way. On the 1st inst T es 1i. was h.ual S speaker of the JOHN P. CL,- .. ,. .
he territory of Alabama .ni. within a short United States for the y-ear I1819; which were questioning commiltocto acceptlthat report.Mr.'t : tl u of e pestaties, an cle 15
.,- itd. He received into the union as one of the read and committed. e. l.asforone t"a1a .sot n o t e t Sen ate aT % A." ,,e.,, '. i'[ '-. ''-
-.,t... t, I a .unnecessary for Cong ess ,. h. .:lAt' Mnt. ; an I .. i... 1bc.. repo ts. ct thie .:- ti. .... c'. uion t i s ,, .t,t, el the ,is.a us-..,in Ofthis was elected Clerk, annt d .' oitn;el C .orIl ssi, ta TfE i. i n. l I e, ii-. c, i &. ..I
present .sesion'to make any changes in th. or- n on. I'. in :u. o i, Walld, and Nathaiel claim now, gone on, aind, if it should recur at the Clerk of the Senate and rncs ... ... -. l ..ImI,". .... ind., ,a, -s L,,a. I.
n. InLi. I o' location of their .1an, t.i ; hlkh re- ChJurchl, a.pil. :.r,1. io> p,..n-ions, &c. ; which' present session, there 'was a variety of collateral Clerk, and lthantigne B. iooart AssistntClerk- d,:J, I l, ..I ..
pao.t Sn:-.. rc''id, 'and on the following day concur- w'e 'c r in documents relating to the history & ~meitof these ofthe House of Repr sc tatives.- e- _

Mr.. Bo.t'--,ici.. lrom the same committeereport- on the petition of C. S. Leonard which was re- ure i argument in opposition to allow -them. ceent sentnets; d his suggestions lrespt- o G t 15.
*.d a bill re. ..' b, a mode of commencing, fet''d to a committee of tte whole. Desiting, however, to cultivate la-utmontt' in the iog Internal ntpr'ocntnt ore partcttla_.ly tbtci- V'lHE Stockholders otltis institution are hereby i"ti-.
u'-c;" ar. d deciding controversuie-. between. t On notion fMr, lerbert, instructions were union, by treating every s tate in it with due res- le. le .encnrsel n me of the :rt.ii the unit- I. led, that ipavcni ..,.., 1-, i ,I,e. ,.c -.Co mr "I.
---a -deere.statk '.If..,i.Ii.....,- "n.. ..b...t: onl1'e.'-,
c. o .,i i.',' ciI 'e,which wa's ial ,-ii ', to the PostOffice omnittee, to enquirer into pecthe did not wish to press the discussion now. .d h aamesera h snoti e: t'. bestaoc l ftire thle l., .1 .. .th. t.. I '. I
l.'.. i 'l ,i', J'rOim the same committee, re- the .expediency of establisiing a. ost road from Taking this opportunit,- then, as the only one he ed ,Sts theeu noed:. .. stok of the Bank bei-.e iI.'l..i, "v l ci. i.. b
.r .._, '''. 1 ; t i'le t he the due execution of Port''.. .,. L.' r. ,' .t-.,..n, t, I 'i.t, in M might e er ave, to p ro t e st against bthe reo ort of h ed t -/. id :n' the federal admincitratoit iV i .''' an d.= lZ. -- -- before it..'
the laws of .the.Uinil.ed States, w'ithii tih state of ) landt ; and n ... .- .the committee accompanying this bill being dcon- ,1,l,:.e. i.I,;.,, ntti' .irsc,,,' hi.i... V y ready to d.o jus-
ihn,..i. ; ihich wsas read. n motion oft r. R. fooe, the same corn- sidered as the deliberate opinion of the commit- 'I C tions, 'and to ':.'.'..., the wrongs and ; LI.j; \I l' <.',.ii ," .
'Tih .i-.'lui.: ri, I--d yesterday, by mittee: ..- e s tit.the sl. .if.u.h. to enqine intotte c .. tee, or hereafter brought in as an argument ;ir, ,I- : 1;.1'i,. i,.1 h. t'nco.lenceof. our own and, A Consignmt tif Italian,French, 1 1-;."t, .,1, i Irm.n
Sajbrrf and by Mri. L'acock, were -p ,.t- ,1, cy of c-.,!.li,' hI. C- [ ,.')st road from New t;.,i- ',.., ...f t:. claimaim being in fact the most favora- b.ei att -'' o.'t'Cfv. rI -.t., 'tessit g the protee- Violins, just received frheruNel h.sp ... i. .. i.-
, o ,and agreed to. IlI, MIercer county, Pa. to Newcastle, wi the oe- .,1:,t: :r that a party interested could make. l, bit ioprysind hist giSthl.s pe or.i
The bill for the relief of Loui and A.ntoine samecounty. of it, le was, for the reason before assigned,in fa- .,..1i of her settlements, and.the apid process Tobacco, w rrnte kspioui s o ia this s'ict.
Dequindre-; was read the second time. The house reconsidered its vote of yesterday, vort ofthe committee's rising. ofinterual imiprov-ments, a fair occasion is presented to Ftor sale by rb.I. L. OUIPOrT' tI cCO
Four bills, passed this day in the other House, with respect to .the public printing ; and, after a .tThe question was then taken on the commit- i "MI'. ,',,, ". ,.,. ''L-arattdati n ." olat the house lately occupied by tm,.or Reilv.
Vi-ere brought up for corncrrence, and read. good deal ofL debate on the subject, it was re- tec': rising, and'decided innthe affirmative. MtARYLAN.-'The Legislature appear to be ac- dec 19-
The bill further to suspend for a lilmii...] thii,;, committed to 'the committee appointed on that Mr. .N'e ton, of Virginia, in order to ensure tively engaged in business. In- the House of De-
he sale or forfeiture of lands for failure in cot- subject. .. to this question a consideration durhng the pre- ip-c.-. .^0._, 1o li:id'ti ,io of Mr. .E. It s Wilson, leave THE I'e'i \ p,)A'T WASHI .'I't N
pietirig the payments, was taken up, and, after After disposing of a priva te bill the import sent session. ,i,'.pa,:l dl:it tilL committee should 11:-, t'-.n .ti .itill 1 lirin:.: i a bill, to be entitled n ILL dot perform 'any more trips th ; t.il "I..I
omne consideration -i.n s.: i as in committee, the lof which <-kly i.: i i.-, .the subject next inorder i be' refused leave to sit again, and that the bill o" .an :,, to l...-.It tie the recovery of debts due i ''-,.'1. 1p... n._11 I.' ,'""'o l,... I ', I', ... 1
..11 i...[.or,1i, t,.-m was the should be referred to a committee of the whole 1i'rn tle .:, .ral bat.k in t his s.ite, ii d t con a i",. .... n. '...' .
!.l, 1,' ., -,' it.:. t'i. i,.1 t e...,,m ;i' ..-a upon .ti taee MASSACHUSETTS' CLAT on,the state of the U union, w which alwh ays having p lfo' e s i.:l b'.nks t.is pay sp,:.';: I ..r' th'c notes, i,..ii,,o r, iy. Oi..' .: i.,.,r. 't \ .rwis .... .. eiuiri ., :';..i'.
, I.`p ...i at..: piL.:-l .irle', r'.d- a report ac- The Speal :er having called over, among the preferenceof other Orders of the Day, would en- 'or forfeittheir charters"-andreferred to Messrs. thence l"an.:C.S..I..l %a;. iiii;gI....' c. ".
... ''..i'I. iv "..' l i ..... I*. I. ,,;.:i9. orders of the d.... 1, a on the bill I. ro i.in; for sure tits being taken up whenever desired by the Wilson, Blackstone, Era. lcrir;d.'.:, 'Wm. Hay- dec 19-2w.
/ 1...'. i:..i ..... ...i.. t.th.unio' asn..eo by virtue the payment of the claim of the state of Massa- friends of the claim. ward, and C. Dorsey :.and Mr. ort/i.5ton, of UC.KFII AN.D THOtPSO
r to ,e S.te and .erk ,it. t. I ..... huset s for expencesincurrd by her militiadu- Mr'. Orr, of Massachusetts, objected to this Frederick, has obtained leave to bring in a bill, J1etcu iTal',IoI hi'Ie S .., .. ;.,,,: ,, a. f'edor,,
aucove- "h.... .t. I ....1 ''r t.hll..' ..use, the icre"L- riiug thelate war- course, as it would subject the Hlouso to the having for its object the alteration of the consti- above the U' *' ,
v an ,i !. ,*'.. .... ,i -.. L .. .. ',t. ,,;cd and required Mr. laso.i, of M.,. *....'i, rose, and beg- same inconvtcience as they had just experienced; tuition, so as to repose the election of Governor ESPECTFULLY inf(,rm their nrit.n1s and the public,
.0 emi ,... I .,. '' ,i",,'I..-,,, l.ill most expedite ged the indulgence of the house, that the order that of b)eintg called upon to act o the subject immediately in the people. that they have received a general assortment of the
s ex..:..I..:... .I.. ,-, ,.I l d.. imd or them thex of the day might be passed fo the present. e before the delegation night be prepa&redl to take We have received the -..ita;,t c.*n i.l.*::*..n best superfine LondI cloths and assiere with ebe
S.... ,.. .. ... e b d, e made this motion at the request of the gentlemen it up, dc. Governor fsidge, the concluding.s..as: other atie t a Ir 1 ,,, .L I I
I '.. I l .... i .... .. 1. .. composing the. delegation trom the state of M as- M rt. Pill..,in, of '.-,nn p i.ut, ,onj.-,.I,.d tl it for which is. happily expressed, and crIeditable as most cenmpl"tekind..
tee'it 'as soon as it can be doene byaniay ii. .r I,.,L .,.1 .Ju 1, u:-, who had been instructed 'respecting a different r.eason. .If referred to a committee of .e ei )s .the heart as the headeof toi,. 1 iclter 'dec 19 .t .
.n"1-tI.'" o il. .,. The Legislature of the state woula the whole ont the state -of the Unnion, ic would be ', The .L.iil;- ot' the governor, under the constitu,
.- .,., : ,,. ..r, were 1 -t ad a- be in session early in .the month of January next, 'ade the Order of the' Day for every day, and tion, having expired, it wout b e gracious not.ato ex- \ v s.11- ~i G'ji'(ON T._I ;A T'' ..
reed,'to, and, L after the consideration of Ex- and the delegation were desirous of receiving might be called up and decided when sc e half he e t ta tpprs ti when l d and ;ets ns.I '
e'tlit Sellbusi-s, .- unelt:'ther documents and tl comnifunications relative the house was present, tbcc. ceshi ctt.e been relieved from the pressure brought on by i that tle performance itdvertised t',r Saturdity even:'I, It .a,
'.Ie Se-.eate adjouned. to the claim, prior to its discussion ; but he Iho- On the question, leave was given to the corn- .watr and im'asti; when tie injuries inflicted on her de- on I account of the indi.sposition of Mr. Stanislas, pt.s.In:i-
FrIDA', DCEIpER 18. pod, t:hatit thie course of the session, the subject niltee to'sit again on the bill. fenceless shores, have been repaired ; wohen the demand ed till TiUESDAY, December 22.
Mr. Tit, from the contmittee appointed on might he brought up, and receive a full and fair The House then resolved itself into a commit-il' r the proucions of hcr soil isgivingvigor, to her a- ylect19-.
he subject, reported a bill to authorise the peo- discussion. tee of the whole on the bill for the relief of ThaId- ir to v 'eethe ,ntt M UD N
>le of the territory ofAlabatmato form aconsti- Mir. .;' o, of Masschusetts, ifmade a few re- Ceus Mvayhew, and the ;*..'-,on.I, ,r,., inr.s : report of l.,,,'.,,.,. ... our citizens; when a.iniosities are ,.. -, DRMESENl S her tinphirentatIii._ ; ..i .
Ltion and state government, and for theadrnis.. marks to the sanieftletct. thie committee of claims. clexicimte.-i r i 1n.' i t ..._;i.1, wtar'iitg, away, and honest doil i. _;aSL towa and the City and takes I'C;. '- .I i. .
ion of such state into the Union, on an equal Mr. Foi' geer, e1 t a'-) .ir.uIV's. LT however, moved The claim of the p-I.-ti.Ln.ir ins this case is for ence .l'l ipl.,l,. ,....-1. admitted.. ; and when, above alU, the then, tiit *"iohe Ia' rr'ivLed ftm t.. .,. ,. .*' ,I .
sotingwith the original Lsrates; which iwas read. that .ts hlos resolve itself into a committee of property used, lost, and Mr. 'ison, of New'Jersey, rose to offer a re- the whole on the subject. Arm'ny, in consequence o1' htie .us.i .eiing used as I, u.' ., i .. r. ,.. on that foundation of'rriihteous- Tabvern i where she solicits the -'. '... .e.t.. ofa ,,ne..
solution. RHe observed that the resolution And, the question being taken on that notion, barracks, and for places of military deposite by iess wi3ch :lone exalteth a 'people." public. As se intends making t.eorge(;',owi:n e..i
Swas about to submit required a few words of the hose decided as follows : the United States' troops, to the amtountof 15,898 On the 14th inst. John E. Howard, Henry t. residence, she hopes the ladies will iencourage her
explanation. 'he traffic in slaves and sers'vanits For going into committee 73 The committee say, they believe the govern- Ciata, iHenrU '. CaUlis, John Stoops, and a'- ,ts 'as ntn shall be '."a ton ther a t
f color had been carried on to considerable ex- Against it 6,I menit not bound' to remunerate the petitioner; nold B. Jones, were elected a Council to the Go- and executed with neatness and1 dispatch. She whi,.,.C ;
ent fi'om the state of New jersey ; and, under The house having ...., i i' resolved itself and, if it were considered so bound, would have vernor. her Millinery on Monay net, with variety :.
olor of this traffic, it was believed may free per- into a committee of the whole, Mr. SmtithofMd. protested against the extravagance of the charg- On the 16th inst. the i-ouse of Delegates r'efu- tides to suit the present season; amg' the:. aUre, S.;c
ons, or ho were soon to become eehad bee in the cir and the bill having been read es. The committee report against thie whole sied to o into the aipointmet iof a United Leghor hats mid osttrici feathers, of>, ,.1-
onsigned to slavery for life. The Legislature through- claim, therefore, with the exception of the sum States' Senator, in the room of Mr. Goldsorough, 'all which .ill.be dsposd ofat rede pricesand e ry
f New Jersey, at its late session, had unatnimous- Mr. Claty (Speaker) rose, to make a motion of 1,298 dollars, for beds, U,. i i. ,: and other whose tcrmof service expires the Acth of March e tot..... ., ,, .'. .,,, ,,;, wanted as apprentices, to
/ passed a law to prevent this traffic; but it was that the cti.i m .- ,, ul. rise. He was persua- furniture taken for the 'use of the U. S. troops, next; and referred the electioto thenhxtGener- the dress-niaking.
tared this law could not be carried into con- ded, lie said, tCh O..i ie i,. l, could not have heard asndtaken or destroyed by them. For the pay- al Assembly. A dec m.- co4\ v
Icte effect, without the co-operation of the re- ',1i i.ii I.t lt. n stated by the honorable gentleman meritofthis amount the committee report a bill. s NOTICEi.
cnue officers of the United States, authorized (Mr. Mason,) who wi.s chairman of the commit- Moihr. iteri,ofL. moved to amend the bill so as to f" MARI.IED, f 11t subscriber hlavting' returIe'd fItem exploring- the
y an act of Congress. The Legislature had tee who had reported this bill, or it wop.'.1,,... ic allow to Mr. Mayhe\ the whole amount of his On Thursday thel 0th Dcember, by the ev. Mr. y- Military Bounty Lands in the state of Illinois and








'*' n seen .'emnerd X a oasnngtou t,..i .1 'c ta.s ago, .in the uOUSEo r srxEsea'rAS rVS, DC. 7, 1818. t u,. ut- t,:rimittec could not reconcile to thcir
; .a... .. .. of c ho d, on 1iis to .' r t '. ........ f when rush i -- M r EV O. 'feclinas o r' du ty' an en ie rejection o the m e m oria i l al; a nd O l-

S- y o rc"o*d, is the.dmiration of the wor, Mr. Jonso, ofbKentucky, from th. c,,,..- -, dave looked for '. combination of .h-. r r,;i.:). Foi
,.. ;.- "* ,. it i i. country; the most accomplished tee to whom was referred the petition iib-i.- t o t equityand of r .tir,..:,.-.n bd rl rnLr t 1 ..a:trdec' Suffo
S.. "- rTi. K Ihero, patriot, statesan, and gentleman that ever lived, sundry surviving o cers of 'the rcvolutionary in some little 'l*-c,., i lar.:, and sft .i,- c.f tb frees
S11 UNt T.J 1.. und imhere buriedon his owni estate; and that army, ma the fellow -rert: r Rock
Th; institiUtiot i nggU" situation, t h.s coestry r:d n-t e-'endeJ.done single cent tbr eves a "T t on he s o,-f -tobier, 17cp, by resolution of lee n' n .,, t ,,- onile oll
is at th;i ,i-te violceuty assailed First, by the 'tob sone. .:d i. Am..a is al ledwas- '.. it was povidedh, thatec .oth : vr,,S ho l should cOitificfte, aoid the losse sustained by the tntimely ale .coart
st of ith-SC peson o n prejudices a- toQ its .. ,-c ', towr, c-; ,o, an ,d .. .,,..,,. ce to tvaite end of the war shond. lbe en- ofthese certificates. Itisaw ell attested fact, that most to Dr
g -t all bankik and U, t::. ". "'C., :- ,..-tl this, on .:cts, al b: a,. h name; the world I. .li ,'s. .- ttl.. to, I. ,t p: I.u- .'r 1ift t. co, necc :rC. i... tl.r o t..,e certificates were old at anainount of not more Le
I .. i .fj ic-vi, g it to have t.' c been u o-st- no,,t, and sIend .tor o of his .urm-ns indvirtues,; lat ."-r, of ;, s T I., .,.. n r ,: t pr .. .I Ib r nr- on e fifth to one tenth of their nominal value. t D
iit 0);tm est s i!:shct. .- .'; bry ali h '" no mark, no n.scrpuo, not even M a st itone to te -. t uo class of o.fficerw..c; b-*-a ..o.. "-",r, the pressing andmmed late wants, of the l holders Dan
usive icnis of doubtful or insolent e e rheohprth e wi ld any office of profit ud C tte L itute rianred i necessary for them .tooispose oftheircerti-.Suff
baIks, :nBIother i.:stitutprns, not abic to fay stP- heir o:i, but the ierti ~la e tl f'omn tmehaeorv therheiss. o, tt a.est 'oft fixates at aiy price: and,I upon this view of the subject Th
c1ie0 ib l, i h .- ot'si a d ,vich. w1il sino y b I low o, i n at as wenll la;,iha. ib -1 1, ... u. .. .' ; ^ -e. 1 t in; i recr, -. .r r i .. Irm they
i, if .*.- at m oth- ba;tk (as itis..c. ) ,wtas so frc y ahecte-d on t c a.o n a it e .i r I c e ..r or on
AI.u to p y speef e. Coinctedic w ,th thiSe al-C .Ci: C:tl return 0o ,, ,,... -.. t lt l str s p .-.,h e p,, e0 i .: ..ite t Conbgri s, n.,,,|g s .f Co.r ct c upon i-hii subjor and a..e rrde, igo n
i n, ha without being vorth a cc wa t i t t Ire d ... t o e'r pre eces- .. I ... .n e t r. .r U ount r ing t
....kde uo:ue-s by o ttaling .a a ccr it. w'. tw cr:ucl ;dev tneglec dthe rmaiLs ofll eirc immediate command ot e aeral' .it,.i.g "n, prod ing S i., r,;n crhu r.. or .c t, rie, r. : t]e ,,,t.iJ r.si, ry th
by' li men who want, and can't obtata a cr(ned -, i he. resomaend 1 uoe n'- ar .d, a: an o nfch be t nd at, tncmn l
-ain t n o all,, this ank of the would isttly c -I ng; to do me payment of a gross sun or by a fil compensation for a deducting t refr..n .re ri th part of the saidamount.
a siled, whiatl sof s t s g ll oumtake, at s h, ak o -r. -i wotC r s ...... .- s re t au -hic .i.. .i d t t -i. r .. ... .. ; "i to 'c ,'" i. l hnI dpor nt"
it a! l w ha lily by ,tsi s ockho- irs,, be-i told ng at would w sh p.touti. .a. ..o wn I I .- p ation, which arig nated with e
-t" .tl l by itio n to e rs, to ,i .. ;'. t, .. wil* ,... LI- -.,i. i:, -ri t..,:vcrre- .'j': r r "h ariny, girew.out of acolnction, that the OR IC"
Shaviig extee gI~re ino l .. Si in ilt I. *u ii I. r an m. c. half pay for life was regarded by their fellow citizens as FOREIGN COINS.

rIt has been vauntinglth ass crt ed, that this tank ;m- ,.,. nca, f.,- r he capitol of Washington, but to the country, whin L.o riin,.ly manifested la.i all ,m o i f Gt n et ho F r c Pon e
baks not answered single purposed I te o lwas vi in tfe ds si e at the capitol, s ortng t 'uci d t optiling objection to g the spt o... a d dr, of Franceand



mowadins ofitut d-that, alogovernghenotat ci th- pt'aycdntet ofig.t, die st tue of the nius ofliberv toi. rt ofothg wclo ancdfore h ass l uI n the of ivanr pce," pseJ ai :- i TeO9ES h of April, Ft1816, -
i i. i. of the Louisia a debt, and the rapi gd nutente ier id it L d. .,t .,rti omt tru -itl, .. t ecessity, readiai t p. o occ, ion of t......r- i have0the honor t. tansmithe rewith a report ofed at.r
,uct r t ori-iinuis t ,I t3 ws andeve
t''.r',,,;! il 1. J ) b al 1 I e (_.x- )to ;ar.,; ,' 1 ..i ,. ,'., t e. ta la fof th o te o fll r. -eers, tlo fC r -elin uis h.' i P : i' 1 ` -;f, w s,* a nd-l" lti;,c r oie e ? i.' i' ith p r lfthe r ,i'3 8 yea-rs
ex11er-ts'in of1pecie1,they will make at jllt -ft o h..., ,:Da I n%!... -s ilo the nowseIt WinotineDt enttled 1 18 a ears

-A ; ,:. eesaicc cldtsdof esctli hinto .tow1d as:a,- an.- inc ,rc-I--' --.: Fn .. In raediessi ncegtodth ea o itL Au actdarko
It has bren vauntingly assortn, iit tL vvirtui as I behl te hs! tr t n such sutt offers as were theniso strikngly manifestedi all regulating the U w n the United States, e



ha1. not agswred at purpose, andsingle perhaps the grh t t olAnrica, thAmericans toun fthe wor :h butr., therein to the end of the ad er, should be entid to re- I hae the ho r to be, very respectfully, Francer, your ne
ev astitutdhat, aiogas established, as to hbIe tery hwas provided former deliverer, k the straiger de- Civethe, wontl apprised of. c .prpailinobjecios to- obaledient servant, a t M. H. C of France,. fora

's nt', onal giovr'.'nm nt to pay its debts, and col- samoent ticy have cr -cted to Iis fame. A g ve is -'- '- ar .y.M.. CiL -. Telorable t S.n. cribe
I ", it oi s I f whence iswi.'t .. wi-t and .i t to the city of the lowan secutr fist.,. :d bas dopted g frentooter ai pr pint of the United States, 1816, other




cie ti n1,;*-, wh li :.a (I th case before its i so tu V",1 .z, 1, .I ,. Cn t17t81intnc CVat stru. .tort of the -.1 :..S.r:r, provided it s01o ld- be at 01 1 1 8T.r.
b I "lson of *s:. :Hde. urcciatcd situLation .of .^ate *' id o ,' i.ytIinhvet-t c ;,eve no- the iopii of elines f tie i 'peti v ses t t repo r t f -
V' r '.. i .. h 1. -. i -. for m h, ..n,- the same. The comi iy lation'i was acceded to by the oai- tainted h e th n your lt t .- n f the. I0th jIatuiary l 1 L, rI
l3s a c t. r ii itib rm .tivd. The Ifo .r. -. i a... ..it .. crs generally .. -?. .. .i o.. I.,. ayd, fo lie i-..cre,%ofdM-.tormade of the several ,.!"t .










_,32 1 instit ed tc ni sisp p.c.areto ba, c, -,o i ,., t i,..... e n o u.... ..,... es, on.:, i ,-2 ... ,"" a "-' ,-'. '.. a i c "t.nnu ,t r, .c d as says, ad foreign gold and. silver. coins, n.do h .
ic afe l :e ygi te mot i on, a e y slf ie r for the neglect of congress. Itis ruy l tha.n to a .t ...' ir amout presc bed. i r. ni Stat an at i n
ic-.. cre oneaual vuhoase i ovaerhaps these rieatl Cosgirestusom years ld s.. I t'o build a.noi ent utate a varietys were thac srv, and present y consideration, cure this uepartnent.y or ift
eatf rw' hia t' as so; ebr ihed waiscount upon .tat'. ainc U teiy, I. ver-ea "ud te t. -s-ni.- o l t herein to tl, ae end of. ,wr.,shorui d eaeto i; e n gr- -Ih 'ess:aedhoi ort the u st try repe tnliy St, yo cure i
h bIlAistsn d : W .ingon could fno, with d r.nre-:t-, consent to the for lie, o a nd their object.is, to ,llayduc e the governh- o n st ar. grs. to wa
S er centum t teas tt erected ,, i of Gen. W ash- n L. resume th.. o i.- r li c.'n tract, half pay for G'- dt/ot n3 &fi..nri:n ,rt..Ji" .. -"."... ri d
trp ht ti osor of his own soil, .ad tt} i cedar that was wa- .'.. r.id .i I. .,. r,.-,vcntent,, r... t .. :I i I" O- ot/r ouse ,,. 'f :. 't'... .'.
; .i tawnh. d, s r i.. .. ,.han t. i.h ri.olu t i., ,: O ,., ,. .-


cw.e.ui, anto even C ori before its eitabsnIist t. under ali crnrstances, as Coi gress coui not, c.iith ro- memorial stcuicludes with a specific prayerthat an. act .IittoitofPortutb o, Uuo, ted .. ta.te the
sI .tien If A .u, i r I-,, ,)r ts itthat, in te great 'strug. e itters of thie ,t rr-.. :-...: a, prosidted it sitld ho at "


cr Uni- ,n, n ..... ... :i: mains ofGen. Washingtont remove, to may be passed direct the accounts officers of th o L t* 5 ditto (: franc) 212 8 can b18.
Insncet-elor1dto furih nfre it rtiuoed, Tie t .,'." ,i .....,i ... .e.aer gterally, it 'in. ii ....... F' r.hed out; anid, at tl have" caused assi ys to h be. n ade. of the several ilwallb

-- bIII ofth *t. to bai.s the u.ht to have cr. ted.. monu Treasury to a st the clai .. o. each survivrmi ofi cr o LI.otU. f ore.,,, i Sn ando i-0 or at

In t ts, te iat u eilet o'ashinonUiteoy, ptoatot ao tde hoWasstthyact.opn wolad tohe reolu thatby al .,e c. e Unitel Stgat ues, who, by thpassed the th Atril,. 1816.. dc






d;.'.-. uished .an wio lad 1itS foundation. nr by siiei one, pointing to Heaven, w. Ir his spirit has cer- resolves ofaCogress, S was entitled to.hlo pay ifor liae, iver coinsof Ft nce,anade of 5 pi:c- (;.1u1s) 10 18 ..18
Ani .n what v h udrastoodl.thiu l -in k taiy gone.,Mon Vc rnon, Uii yTiD,:e the,,. : b; s, ut. aci,. l e to t of li Tie o s.it.,, chled to hal of th e arrearaes it ,teas ayen's n-. report s asfollows: t.




'i3'itwasi o stioul edt to pay specie itself, when- ^ ,-.n. n ; fro th fa -orabic opin v yars'fll pay; ., T l.. r That, as t,.1. aold con (t.un Great tBritain aid ,ta



ro s n demande.t firwi's not ,, and, by ..:o....s-to,st uum pe r anru, to th oilice ha o ta e ofr Pod frtu a :r.o the sa me ,f ..a ,ty 1 e .
cnpl.othr banks topayi, or mee their i- ony retn, i stated wal thee urthwnon i amount of said balance andte.oicer to be thenceforth of the United.States, their,. .intrinsic val ite op
trivable ttC-bankruptcy! hadtac hoor oi'cunms acant as Cog, resA had snot, ith an d entitled to receive half pay, in has f yearly payments, for at the rate of 100 cents for,27 grains, as regulated with i
", This it hs coitiiind to do so far- a nd if Con- f. on tis occasion. I W.st to Congess Hall on the ad during tasted tectg o-f e a accounting officers of ie of 5 dit X lately can b




S, is to to ihs own duty, and to the n ion, t1 g saw members tro has c ir.ted ons u sr to ajlst he las.i, of ach su-'vins officer of th 2. That the. intrinsic value of the co 1-0 or at




.i. st i'.- in .y c -wi he1inc.. ri' ; 0. a cantn or an attention w r...1 is i ts requir1 ; and, n t* my
Icmdtid, Tti ss the true poin t to whic Con- toArnt -n. At e my rctir:ti from the toiarl, w ihen contemplating th. e eminent services and genr- gal value. ant's. e
S-. muss directs ittenid; aid, honae, fro 'Ieat one, pointig no charw iren,; I soon le it th e hall, ous sacrifices of that ilustrieus band, the conutpay or could i That theof intrinsic value of the gold ) coins of I 8
try n "s-n ,ath etto r tort yarn1tde astIooi-- i" rui.o' r tn t j ),
i ethiee p1t--all ots1ofthei alisa nho tianlditieranpid I iu> in"v in'. 11te"rfintl h 1d atis from I i------f. t r iorber..t 1l "t. "h ful e1 t ntPion otie p th wtbe t aprsopears- of 0 entf r er
;-,,j ,.... .... i ... f.. h ...... ..'.... hen ,f . ... .I... ..AtCner, bromoherabov itnealas,1






t ,stwibablto dr;-so long as spcts u-it i should oncemore e ---., here by feeling. The resources of the naItion would never 76-133 grasor one ollar .in 39 worse than
ye-it are kptup wee shalln have !iso;lf, ;,cr- tiNaai e aiomy -art. Yours, rpet le repy the debt of gratitude which is due to the patriots their legal value. r -r nin br- LI
Itencii, and teo sdvaeutioi o'"thts nation silr be en ,a a nd sages of the revolution; tclikosein counsels atd ahinteve 4. That the intriCsic value ofsthe silver iretich de
csrcd. o eni-,t blsm this, aii tho country ii t m -- srathe -iti- mt i unts so aLssentially conttbuled to toe establish crowns, will beat Athe rate of ri117810 cents iper house

e, his oth tss Csoh to l frnifo -f ttsment of that frcsdom and ntldependence rom whici sob la.i lately
.e deluge- wit. an nlimutictd aisisue o t paper, nc.; e..p, Mc.sU;t.. 'a many blessings s oow. Was the prayer of the petitioners ounce, or 2-t of a cent lu the ounce, better than
which in s e uitae depreciation carry irr-d a asked a a gratuity only, ew difficultierit s would arie; their legal t, r
s-! r ; ;. . I .I ] i.t ; le a da pi, o .ul w.l o ro r I- I ,tlt.ltith a r tepo rt of 8r sre













TIe distress whichllnow assbes many, because tti icom- ia Ixf -lyist thtCoiber th ttnt. i13 te h 10 cmnts2 ntrinsic of o auf tcet
.-U IL '.rNofatI 'L C, .-ti.-; anda













the c:'r; nt' imported mohie foreign goods tkhc nei ult. drew our. ttJenon to a case, the denouement of scrioces and public devotion; every class of citizens enF nearly, per ounce, better than their legal value. hy t
can b paid for; because banks and individuals c den pace u r own doorso dure d, with cheerfsees. nss, th privations and losss to It oray, however, .sir, 3455-wb e observed, thathrom of threat
Anrve beenr seized with a spirit of speculation,.. r '. -. Aoe t ron c, which those t, he coesplating tim e esitent scriand te lP: long.expricce of tlie assayerof theI.u.fnt, it is exte







-hic s induced them to issue paper, and run browni. 'sh color. His name, ,s givenat lthe bar, wasll, ous sacrifices ofticieitri us od, the cohniitne could 3. Thateintrinsic value ign coins, especially blus
Iaib.rt t i- o 1.t tile. .t.

Sdebt hrbeyond thrworh or capital; and, be rt ateld The next n he departed; but in by t e resources of me atit woer t iner 76-133 grains orwhat variable, as will.appear by .
ausetdenand for specie for deportation is h ours returned my t. a ou, ruc-aed gentleman, who time of ret ofpublic calamitdey, may receis du to the pcuniary comparing theabove.report with those of for is e
ery .r.at,io say the p rcsetnt disptressa bsrouehton ar n avueas ao 1 y a la1irf mch ron' requital, othe American revolution demonstrates its imev mer 4.years :Th their rspctiv values,. of the silver Freas nd













' 1,y the causes, is seriwus, and must. produ-ce erapeit lnocri b nveaso c etie0 alLirsoo bos Prthe abre ity, and necessity requires that thlemtnoficenc- rhgavated by thehlawr of 1816, are probably as near ash
mch indiidua loss yti, otht vessel of state will td The.nawofothenenbleewcom '..o.t..t e oatrlehd eas- n
glide with aesty into the habthat redo an of safety, f ork. In tfrhe course o fro he day cthe is predicated upon contract and legal o bliation. certaineds, ill be at thirtythe rate of 1. 0 cents per















you csmeel the national bank to continue paying S n et edi ingtont uoia e d the lih of justice, therefore, the committee have also I have the honor to be, sir, with freat respect, a .gri
e, that a so stae institutions will continue n c a 9. i ny blessings flow. Was thees compelled, in duty, to differ oucBERTe, or 2-10 of a cent hite ounce, better than ef
o specie, and issue a sound paper currency, looked room, he the n ar ane wre n we the mells m the o t T rab Cr .
,'. re.tn :mte an e s u represent e of specie; e iIIo'erTe.t. s f Thakt -se intriysic value of the s'-r live.








SEhios bloated rotten pae r .offices, which weer, cited o ne susicionUth cs f this agat ..-, ,.were the half pay was com eutedxtesasiv, i.f. ...ie race will e officers, at the -ef--- 6 n
raira co tted agae loudest yt tel against the the United t libot crtr not .the ,d tIe i -io ltiLt;te it...s PUBLIC SA. .E. medi
teiess, u low p,, b'use property oT a h ctiatn beiig'n aliltt the Cnupio the maimer specified. The memoraists also urge their .U4UAT to an order of the- Orphan's ourt ofSt srab








totes i. t.i 1kioe US l ci-m upodrew our ne suppositior that the commuarke on was pM-s0 County, n ill be exposed at't public sale, at the Topy
c lUStI CUS whc. b sal aae, t at e l cou t own doors crt an equivalent for the original stipulation that more late residence of Ur Barton Tabbs, decd.near the Great street
a----Jai---t a route- ian pit up atc than five yethars cheefull pay wass, then equitably dues The sill, St. may ounty, M.1r b o bn onday t llth dayr of consi









Sb TOM.B OF withASHeNGTONf s thhessbsen eivt aresoadttiorthf whctick committee, on toils point, are of opntmion, that a just es- January, 1819, if fair, aee if not, the next fmir day there, tion,
Soniso i timath was iade bythe parties, n-en the coInmutt after, altilloue, fod that the tuaity foreign deceased, c iacit r Th
Sde r.oweond ta Ionr.. orAptneto- ts ma'e, titnl he de par ted d .; but -in a a s t er lsl.f tole i ma i circumstances ofatc e of a number of valuable negroett men, as women an I .l.'l- T
The editors of the National Intelligencer will s ors eduned wth iidde-aged genteman, ho and rse esr eI i. is'utIva it drenhose, catle, sheep ad hogse corn, odder and oas t









obi-geafrin by republisinr an extract o ied otsiy wage, dwi by a ach roai time 1 groat public e lanity, tiay rceine a pectriavey comparingtl e above eport with .those rf or Ir3
letter rom a vinstor to te City of Wsashi-gto,. ae-d I ce peoe,d. years'quitl pay, at 6 per cent. per annumto dis equal to three volumeyeas, of the most apprective aciet ad oder.au Th
."y 'a s t iauses is e rto s, antd i sat pro ce -e Itoh bla I ni -setarct ottii,.,,by tn-s oforedioe o"Ii' Iof' practicabiiitv, and ncc.ssity requires (li-t die nin.icence.I rIgi'aC!tI by the law of 1816, are probably "snea r

to his friend ii th e ity of Richmond, from the ti reorte ineCofoe ie iCrue fiths of the whole amount of half pay fo life: sfore- th.r, a variety of law nid other books; sur ical instru ro
Sichmond Enquir ir of February, 1818- to then ce, a p tatis viea ftu subject, rthe claim, of the memorial C best ua-
e.. ...it.*. t e cemle 5s,1818. t new Y'iork. It is said, that a liewd, s ay- o ilte icld t is is predicated upon contract g 2400 the national Th trn r c for ll ums under 20, are


















I am invited to visit the tomb of Washingtoo r to-mor- tempted to sll a snail nerb oy at Alaidndriaw but o b- tcrett t Qn wh1ch wculI mk the sum f 1 llars t for all s*,"* of 20, and upwards, a credit of 9 months case o
I`w, in tt e steam boat Washingtoin, witiladies, and gen- iorethe sale was co;,ununa,.d, the boy rpresed h,. 6 per centum-and t1,p whole amount ot half pay would w,,uil b .ziven, dthe purc ,-) r giA g 1nd with approved incor
vt--emen, members t C,..,ni-.-,.. band todrcotiueonarv of- wasfreca. He wtas i;imdiatclt seized, .t eycted hthe light of justiceti0 dollars per annuiteha security, bearing t erest from the dsay of sal. The sale lishm
1will :-.ITh e. bten c e .n ofncoftti w.l l .a tnintceNrmtionlelofll- e qual to the pdredisent worth of h pay for more tsian t e in lgcnegroes will be asidoefethtir y to urcsrc.. t:t thsa sl.l.o deci





















boat W .al.i sr..- ta Ii-...r tto u li5 es anil gen-l cruger, who itimelduyely retired to G orW sw, n i'olwh ere .Ue y.re p ro d tha amotet thiuidedo mepel e d, Styb e
ti -ma:sic T iosnst Ieoa bout povadp urle bnd ad rm i.rvn tu die cai- a nd ienc t w in opt shsion with the r meoralists in ion terest at trle l public lt ill publish
petition.. t











1 -., .. be ,.. .tl on passing Alex dri, we lnri ofhcr.son. Thishdlsiet iCorriich lo n tess ofo 6 pi r ceth pre olution of s Congr ess houlune in ost. con the above every other dafo for 3 weeks, and send their ac i r
and. wtr received l atvery handsome, I w L h .: i Iho pears thet obyuhe !aws of tew torkaltc idrn I CThneresos funti most convenient t hepay c ctmties P h.
'lit "I.-L I L X Let svcre thse hif co m d payt a-eas commuted, is-as -.eI r -,.A fIr t 7o ee I" o ee I licirs o L t
revolutions. They appears oea by f se t th ort h inavs, ad t pueh. in Neir Yor, iey are ly h dfortpmend of these certificates by the d back 11 t feet, ated between the general not Ofce t,
nitater; i.and, should thie enemy .at e 'tt. aga unn e l is oitsta o free. It ts lo rprseuted, that iCoi-t- maner specified. The emoiradelists also tie pau nt and the Centre market with a nt little two story brick tot



























Vernon,.andsoonhat beautl promor rdto ye rs oidm Steubncuncp, lrk-broughtlh ut orlC.s3tUndsLoholcerorhisignee' mUnth. ). BATES, auct.h
,he t.,*n1te1ars. Tc. Cause1-os sooreniitsdsclosedsI teatftiteysebt.," upon tihe supposi.on tbat the cernesutatio s'as I sy hutw rifbo coentomn hsladheoiV

i r-s t. 1 'I;,','ts11 rT0titoilet c l i ti' tiicoIti tt r oi it t se v etft7roas u e f h i ttlai lto ta mrne tr.ideattmaytoTll; t abs edufi caslde niti ler co und thei aieone i ha s ort se













(get l e less than' a quarter oua mileofll pay was then equitably due. The l.we were, oeybobsotolnpurpt atf ths r the r od the e no omat
1e dt be .. n a sa ta Orv1r o01 Lt, .td orm0e It. (hut1 t f tie a were511 ch hof tl tr o b ea I1 0 Io k to a s1.n
Toe s-Iii evnt at- soon 1y ud sod .t Me .C .linc utd 1, tl ommeitte, on tiays a point, are of ophanoi, that a jut Cs-oau ry lti, ifar ,tn I ifnot th ntr-I od ter.t
s 'L. ui.' .r ., and after viewing hi een ouse, -tiUpon the view taken by the memorialists, the commit is at of tIijnir t t eat e d o de cased, h wl x- l
jti beautiful shrubbery where every was d1iros AiND I; i e.CDLserS. tec coult d s ot s, n *iy justice in loonfiisg- the prayer or l plained at iofe lime ofsale, when i;, is opi. d puiu..9 at- s
zise edit.-oh r ofaU the Natonal v Inextei encet will fewdasitetoo sas rrIl i. lidn t *I i "om, :tt to,: '.L. idL.! 'Incaesr to ou k torot brelised .b lsie ye uof thse a a-lr e d n ho rsesi s hIe hogs corn, om -n
ofris t1 -rcm lssrI'eryIitweI TauatVeirntns(o tsriirbt Ii tithiveoe antont, it will be foutsd thit the interest oT' fipe anexnee llt ieic bt h o g uars o 3






























t ba t agai n, O nper a soi t wa s ,.i h nli e b ifo ne !te co ld ;,-- .-0 i ,I n s? a&,, e is c:-:` ac-1 1 om .'e 'a-11, an d : 'ncfpI- t dead to be-iov" Auil bes Ir o m the sa l w ilt a k plicrsc i-l E I.,
Pet on boad, wentith a te an to view thing tomb Courier ot tiis ts ahl"a : b-ut a partial remueration ; the he rs oau i the decqua sed Trustee ofsThomaso.one, an inslment debtor. .'r
Io 1 ItIebiudicrsraa(lieiotuafrome aetheruait'om the dis-hfthss of (lie w hole aumoutnt of htilf pay for life: -for ex- isrirs a varnty ohlawnd olbof-pbuks tothstruu--ionag
at leisure. It is situated i n the declivity of the river ilt, R.htd r t > : rirparoi foo;on wy o'fie toa selaims upon. ; pthe goverehneedt a tlae of- tec C- nb. yA oic atct. li1
Radovritsaond E under of Fearth,with8trees, Owi c-On is the M.l. i'to ie is .ro: s t le co vt l .trt a fe w ub ,se f itpay tgan; orty ollr s to a pnth of 's.oate s an i h- .















Isns invited to visit the ons of Wd a Hingtoi to- or- aemiptnd to sr--i a siaiil .i. ,l'.r oy at Aleanidri; to b it, be- o ai -d i oale tam sn of l t f a, d p a c
lro e, iti O a steaof boat compashinigtod, w.itsM ladies, and gent. :ore i'h silo ar O :n au.tit Ian.c the i,.;t' de'Cleds 15m atiled lc asv-hole i an i o fpay'nard st ll bt the rt of 100 cents gns ans, bon s oih a t pri d v
Ie;tinstt he mbes 0' C rt.ioI', r.dd od rem uit U on ni oI iwas fi-ec. H n wl (I ted i "n t atrnly s jte i'e j, catloile tie rt. shn oc stuniti tlrf i-l e rm lOars per lt lattlly
cet-s. sall here In. ir-,.ir- until I retun, hin escape, ahsi i is ittetdm ietr v ti iiini l ds tof' -ey ft s -illa ls befounddh t, esuitogtin presteintit wor fsithof af'fr oelt'haiea;i -
will ., .i in ." "" "-"".t ofi I. %,, "I,&" en Lu in atiotitdl ur't'-aI i teeinel iadof hateiniionreIs1h.e.I L ,1i.r-l .nirequire;,andc ein I W -a
Ot11Cnosturday mo cning we went ot i boar of the steatm o ` encr .,, .. ... _- d esa .tii,2 -;mtI) ul it'. ;ic c ioti e ano ttt sp a d T
boat ,,, ,, ru-, n ...... rf.'t ,n ti,. I--lies andg'ets- Crugeir, s-httn mm:sedit.ely reptody 'ad to l 'y t! riactuo-.vrw, il r ut li'of gm-Lint in ,'-.cu p nl er lroi agnithudt ad puhsthe e yeai. sthe lIlS i,
tlec Ioe. \ b'cr'me pad m' in m I l I le ri'.,_,i baned 0e1a- d1iscyrre r i ntto iii- e -i o tin so-'.w ia of crl tich-'t a



ais.1 asncierreceived s tiavery h ;anidso e .: I ., i, It hr appear thittby hie iaws o,'a ie ou it e t, airtis' trpiosehng'liecoriice -Pcould
ger JoIns, cotnmIatndanit these, atid di'ehm ebr, iener tinrm afti thu-l y 'I j nd wer e i t o b ef',- ti rab -ti tio ui it bego vernee aonebt painilbes at bie "otacticstontMndi thieeg -21ic e ist o
Wool, rwho yoet recollect distinguished hi-.neaf so haidh- at-2I, tiIe hir., at t --anld scy' atttsit to expert tt i tther to ait ti t (lie awot e civeu te ofdtlr }2 I Ito l at puo' cl otuthpre ptrttt f io tN
e ,'ol-istions. They appeared to ho a body' of flu Iookitir -,nie dill shtc, amnd pilr"ch.-'ne i n -. N% wotrt, tey t b" the y longed for th e paeymsent of these certificates,.tod bacnv 7 14. fet sitnoated betwveern the General i9ot.t hni.iee-
men; ansd, should the enemy isit the filr agais, itie) t ilasws i'um y t t, tf'Le. it it tht t're'rsue d'tinti, 115 tit dir- ohe ldg 'ass suibseqwthicnhy red ueeod hy the paimeit and o th e Cetitl e market wihi a ssct little to nstoty hrtck Oct
Vernoe, and soonhat prIai0tt aiuts'lt'tt evointheiton;sof'u(liefohieorrorIsips assiachieve. 4.nontrysicraloofthesilveSFrenho o.

of 11lnl l, il,, t. ..dlt V a The steam host c wluld Ito't in ulte state of' loarv -. iiMcsI.lr s iare bee1 litr t tt ethose-ot certtitic tirtes, eoitheer could they have do ise s o a'l
get in less 'hi"aquirter oa mile of tle sirore; 500 1r*C, 0'ac rc hoof', b ttas te tttle purpose i:sp -t.-- th day fbr their htdf pay, had (lcrd e been no conmuta- PU ii LI C SAl,4r., cam t
th'emie'cre, obliged to be convey-ed its a sniall coat.. I was- c-k re ".s h iti tinea tO',b hesnigsinflr-ed tehtprastyeinofthetpe Cttint.s, ti -'t "d silver wsere not in th reacts of oist. cs ,at r n
Whiact htein lrtst.thatlt.andetre the conseitsr aiumnccf. .hh of'o bsio e s-b u n t-,a''y, yiat' citi i t'te ":';:t. af Llt iit'a, Tito5't. m n t pe-itd. This is, suggested only to show't 'n th t ptieens ts ititntilb still.1 at12o 'clob lie ilti
for'e I tc-ne tip asdi i them. I understood, s he Sht-er, t-"i s(lie iiiode of payment aotne swas changed, anod that tile Co'wr huts, fronting tt I tid t str ts; sold subject 'ised
as f m rI oft i -i te oftit T,.I-Upt I te ivesw tu:f eI1 by (lie nimorlits, (lie commit. estate of Itear '." n-i.',, heeseh h ti- -l in ex- t'I s
Ie; .eIt.tif .. srubb, sa ei teVi-i', oth s'ens ho ouseI ,IS 1-Ph. LI"I-f. fee could riot see any justice iin confiniiLg the prayer o.f planned at ih10 time ol sr-e, shin it is htp&jd ii tumac at- shall
tie !nbaa tsof the Speesestiitetontp-nvWirl next eia-ilntr itt tof TIsidle for those, upoin e principle of jrsice atid leg-al ch se, as lhe sale setil tate pl1ee ptecisely it tet hutr a 0
the boat't'ai Iin t "Fhl 'P5s, in at-cdae is c:t atetd frms tlie oolig'atittn, anti sttlr the dead to be fo:-'ottcn, woud be t
tb- '- ds-uipprtiaeteuoeoaon (lithe oseirnedothite of- dcased ntnyd
a. lisus-e. It is situated ts the decliv'ity ofothe rivre Mrils, io. -f o '-n r I C principal ihoturo's of Bobmsron, tIn foleer ste- edquaitl linh r tas (Iteof d I-A a I '. it. 21yfr,
etnd uecr is a sound -fbeaut-b, aixits d trotds irowviutg'nl i ihs t'5e U.. t,, i ul o,-i"Ci', t/rc I i mrceu'e a ho's di-s : 5er stsintosuryives. Ag-atin; (le metnotrialists ar-ts a eto- atofile
strees, tdonl Oi e top. thaa'a plato. o o i.r'He ae mI m hu -n-t, ao'otai o ,i'h r i: ,ttel -. e' ir e ro, -c t o th 5 o sf nptit of the original contrCact, to swhichi the saieo oh- cm-ilt-,r
Ieredc the last of t he coiip su pa; eold, hieti 1had paid runy' nbrow.-s ": "-r. t .' it i. 'c"i's C-iv at i,'t-' deeds f ltoness andai le urged sasn the yeatr 17y,.wh ichenol dedn, IIs erpt
cue io totheli toothIn ) ytheuert was ssm'ttt s.'bett I r w ia l s e r '', e::in. .t.it ta-en' n1 l ci s c.i 511, n i- d howevoc d eirable iscantse. ntt hirs atco ra. ce., ,s a ,ith the r ..... I, "'T tas n itlnissrn Ir hI sdt a ri. ui


elected I had been on n arty of pklasure to the city of atrcd t.. ikt;.s o; Vh h:5 iCOO-. gens of otr instmtions, nor cotngemat 5t inte st5u- '- ., 'Isco.. '. r, c .
i l, A ; ', admiring i:. 1' i-;,. In..- ofmycoa nlrv, and'missioned i', h i t int" "it' t <- 1 m 1 s, op to c- (ets of theAmerecan pic eple, it maybeequaly so a.t ein. rat tln Pi .,,ilph.i tax:.i,, i. ltnii .,esl....,,w .fcat
its government, w e 'i'- wi.. ,.' ro, tle pttrtilt, and gue; n in li t ii .inm n ; ,in I ti'I n "l 'n ctiin- tp the niost x nsi' ie w ch fl co a s gI
the insmtrL-l Washilgton, who had citieved iis liIerty t sIoiu.vb ti -cr in, ..o t in d nd t i tiltci -ao taken ot'his sqabjeet, they hav'e ftoulnd d.ll- Some ItItl^ts ; Sotteet ,s s
andindependence, ath dWohadcon 'ibutedsoreU:anany fori ealnish'tcitm, alnc m ,cud le. eo'upe.s,' d i Ce-ile still tickenimg', and, to answer thle prayer uof' ti t 2 ve y ele or ha ., i hrs
earthh! being to its hapi.pess andC ., ': inac..le ) c- .ut. t l '..-<,-i;v .ncr wiieh petition to its extent, would, in the opinion of' the corn- 1 ca>e tbt ti, lace i.,tV
fatihcri and saviour ofi, ltisOtunt,. .. :. the acts leaves not the st rdot o t- autlien city of n -ittee -oto establish a -iniciple fipaught with much evil. 1 dI t of irons f s the i
to rna-In in obscurity anieti n.icg, wit I it i i d in a Co at tho smuc bme, o tue ments anmd s'wontsoh of Sewt a, i 2ti i be c,, u c-u
nio unent, inscripton, a sdcne, or any thii ee else to iit Carlt e. v;i iei;!s a tle -- t-s of obt in ,- -gmi-: these sti hle d erocs, whose devotion and dcu ki t.& o' lo
IhrctI tie h'rito and s.atemsnr repose or mny crvi'ence of- tn to tho;ijnrteprestiLnd -" ;n itgivenSnt -'ncire ..- gic tch loy s .chhappea toourcouty d -


A.D iL i A .- .. .. i. '.
)posais will be received at the General Post
e untiu! the 14th day of February, 1819.
r )traisporting the mail once a week from
lk, Va. by Somerton, Winton, N. C. Mur-
>oro, Nnorliarriptorn court house, -Halifax,
Landing, Little Ordinary, Warrenton. El-
e, Wiltiamsboro. Oxford, Burlaps, Persot
house, cary Williams, and Milton N. C.
inville, Virginia.
ave Suffolk every Tuesday at 3 A. M. arrive
nville the next Friday, by to A. M. Leave
ille every Friday at 2 P M. and arrive at
lk the next Monday by 7 P. M.
ie proposers will state the terms on which
will t ,nsport the mail, and whether by stage
h- riseback. '1 le pr.,poial, nu-.t t ;ie in writ-
arid accompanied : by iecomni rnd,,tionis, stit.-
he -ability and energy of the pi puter, to car-
e proposal into effect ; the usual penalties
ie exacted.
R. J, MEIGS, Jr. P. M. G,
pcember 17, 1818.
FIp 1Y DLL.11i RS E.,WAiRT


N AWAY oiln Friday the' 11 th inst. from the sub-
seriber, living in Prince Georges county, Md. ne.
IELDING, a stout, square made 'ellow, 23 or 24
old, 5n feet 9 or 10 inches hugh, his completion
brown or chesnut color, big ips and flat nose, pa-
hen spoken to; the clothes he went off in -were, a
oundabout jacket and trowsiers of blue and white
y, osnaburg shirt, coarse yarn :,-.:':,..:, double
I shoes, with nails is the bottoms, and felt hat ; his
clothing is not known, but I am informed he took
, ;idil lIim. I-.-il;ua_. was sold from the estate of
.*t' ~ofCr,11 -a county, M .. by John T. Sloddart,
wher .. i thi,k 1 IiIk li lie li .,,nie. ( ..I!l gi eC nfy
s, h al' n-n-'ir...b c. p, in' -. "'ddeliv r I. i,, me;
y dollars, incini:r the 1hwlful fi., or- cr-mirintring
n any jail s.i in I g,:- hi m again.. All perso .s are
rned-'o Iin iarl.,,rgiiig or employ )in, tlh above des-
d fello... il.:..\ll) N'NWDEN,
near Vansville, Prince G,:,,rge r.._,iir-, Md.
S18-2-aw4w

CANCER CUHKD.'D
E iiodersigned takes this method to inform the pub-
ic, an.] pir-i..ularl y those uhoi.,re li-*ted with that,
otli' r., hie rinn. luI i in.r anJ iun:.':ts-ii destroyer of
n- hii.p.n i.r---lie Cin.- r, uimin. tim a tour.to the.
trn country, he has obtained, .,i ci.lid, -able ex-
c, 'rm, an Indian doctress, a rcr 'pe .%f ile infallible
of the most stubborn cancer in the short space of
reeks. lHe considers the acquisition too valuable
hold from the public. He will visit patients at
is ance not exceeding fifty n.il*., ail beyond that
patient must come.to rn II.-- chnaril ., c:-..n,i.l.r;,ig
aportance of the Curet -lic.-cied, re rinicrt',e. i!e
e consulted aT Rockv)lle, Montgomeryf c;Ouity, Md,
Georgetown, C. JOHN STONE *
- 18 wv3m

G A.iT FA (,0(;D-, IlM LI.IN, I
AND LEG'HoiN O iN ] -
mE Ladies of ',eorgetown and Washington are res-
pectfilly informed, that they c;nt be suppi ed at the
.of -Mrs. JuoNcaE.'EZ,'Bridge street, Georgetownv,
some superb Fancy Goods and French fashions, very
re ceivcd. The goods consist, in pat, as follows:
mn -;l.rc and gold runItnlnirgis, 'iih I,. ,.1 orinn-.,-ts
tclh ; satin stript-u g.-. ; 1--. .,in., a ri. r-nir., Ile
lorocco shoes ; .Ln,ilsh alud French ..ilk 5,.jckmn .,.
d and silk laces, hlal.:-.' rii s-In an I 'LacLt C p:; in-
caps, elegantly uork d, sil'., r i..I II1 n LI ; iak,
and -while rich merino shawls; superb ostrich tea-
; merino pelisses; elegant muslin insertings; silk.
havils; w ite, black and col.r-d go&'e ; h,,'i n t t;
and timir..d Ir,.li. ,m',islin; Lrghorn b,..,iit s-, in.us-
onds, richly embroidered, &c.
c 18- eort


Washington ffiIl., adjo0Hintr the President's
square, oD Pe'nrii-/- P1ieir.i avenue.
E priprinetir. of theI 1a.-. g on Ho i hereby. no.
if, i- piiblic, that, in order U-' clhisr tie concern,
have determined to sell, at public auction, onThurs.-
he 7th of January ne t, at l o'clock, p. m. the whole
e premises composing this establishment which are
sive, and ee .cedi*-gl. vell c i-ulatcd fr a piubllic
con oa largu 5, i k |t si' n ..iIa on I i P nnu\ isa.
Wenue, i'nlr- Intil I'. ci:t of ihll- IPr ii~leri'r h'srije,
ear.-the pubil.c offices ; so that, in point of locality, it
neededd by none in the city. The house is spacious,
ontaiuns 52 rooms; besides.kitchetis, pastry rooms,
house, servant's apartments, ice house, &c. andn
an-i dry c li-. The stable is probably unequalled
5 Li-i-.iin, h.l i-.. for~y stalls on the first-floor, and
'more m y be erected, at a-very trifling expense, on
iuld floor; hbesties carriage house, granaries, and
apartments. The purchasercan have the wholeof
urniture, which is very valuable and in good vrder;;
he stock of liquors which may then be on hand, ac
valuation; by which he business of the house (now'
thronged) i may he continued without ihiter'nlission.
ithe same day, and on tlhe premises aforesaid, im.
itely preceding the above, will be sold, that de-
e ian.i v.ry %-il-mible property, in the possession of
an Wrbstr, composed of five lots, on I arid 18th
s, with all the improvements thereon, which are
iderable, and,- in point of comfort, and accommod.a-
contain very requisite that a family,could desire.
e titles, in both cases, are c'ear and indisputable.
s, which will be .liberal, will be made known previs
Sthe sale.
z 12-eots D. BATES, suct.

e subscribers, -grateful for the share of public pat-
e that they have been favored with, in the above
Ishliment, take the liberty of mehntioning, thliat they
usually well prepared for their reception; and, im
of a sale, such arrangements will be'made, that iio
lenience will ace-ue to those favoring the estab-
ient with their custom,.


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JOHEN N LGOWAER.


DUMFRIES ACADEMY.
E Trustees of this Institution are desirous of en-
agig in it for thie ensuing year an Instructor caps.
Steachig mathenimatics, the Greck anm !a'irv lmi-
is, English grammar and geography. Oe rwho cmn
satisfactory recommendations will receive adequate
ragaeme.t. Letters should be directed to rolire
ce, John rlronaugh and W)i. A. G. Dade, Dues-
An early application is ioiicitedl.
tTHE TRUSTEES.
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PUBLIC SALE.
V virtue of a decree of the county court of Montgo.
mery county, sitting as ;a co'rt of equity, on Mon-
lie 18th Janitu.'-yniext, if fitr, if not, the next fair day,
is rsidnce of -M's. Margarte Waters, I will proceedi
11, to the hligihesit bidder, all that parcel of land, de-
to the thue OGr. Richard Waters, nndler the descrip.
of his Deal-ing plantation, with foir hundred
'," subject to tit; widows dower, unless thue same
be leg'qly anpn iortoed before the sale. This land
a goood state oft'cultivatioi, highly improvable by the
f cover atnd plaister, wi-l wariered, and a consider-
p- rtiton in c.ood ; it lies tear Gnostten meeting house,
, 24. miles "ronm Georrgccwvn, 30 ltrom Baltimore, aiind
som Frelericktown. Th-re is : ~r1 Iischlid on it.
a dwelling m'Litl s, Ee. aild in ..' ilili, it is not
titil by any tract (i hland in thire ste. A further des-
tiol ist uinnecmsairya, as it is pr-s:iied the purchaser
'iew the lmui beaifo-i' tc diy Of sate. -
i<' ter-is o's.tine are favortable.; ;.:00t rcv to be paid
sh, ior in titbr nv,si ; ani on e htli n-f the residue
e purcias: money on a credit of uneand lhe remain-
alf o:n a cmedii of t!,r years, with interest fi-om thiI
f talet. 'T'hC po.n'e -T: 1r 1 di : -,- t-snd with two ap-
Cld securities. Upon lic ; i .'inI of the sale, awl
al', ment of tihe purchase oony-, the trustee will exe,
a deed for the proper'. :I.e ti commence at IV
ck. A.)- to t,,A 1DE, tr.s"loc..
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