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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: February 24, 1821
Publication Date: 1810-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 1580 (Nov. 27, 1810)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in June 1869.
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W ASHINGTON, SATURDU Y, FEBRUARY 24 1821.


VGo. XXiI


No. S ,


PROCEEDINGS OF 'I iE CONGRESS.
'.' .T''lmi Am rLauiu A r S22..
,.TN Tril' 1"NAlE. "
The Senate proceeded to the considera-
*i-1. of the bill from the HI+use of Representa-
tives, to,. redu-e the Military Peace E-,1lIbish-
Tment1, and :i- sbsiltituteiLheier c'r, reported by the
*select committee.
Mr'. !t,!',ers',l nioed to strike out so much
of the bill as provides for retaining a Judige
.\',: a : a be .t.Ft:on..d at Va .iain' ...n
-nThe Yeas and Nays on the inmoton were--
Yea.: 21, Nayvs 18.
Mr. Siith there moved to strike out so much
of the ainended bill as provides for retaifnlig a
M ,i-.1 Geonral, so as to retain only one Bri"
- ga' e General. '
The" Cas and Nays being (.,LIci on Oi!si mo-
~tion, wc Y as----Nay '22. J

General; and ." .5.-'iiJii djoui ned.
HOUSE OF RBPRESEN'TA'TIVES.
On mo'tin of i. i.'d '.. 'Virginia, it.was
'i I.. Iit the comriittee o the Post Office and
i ... a.sitructel enquire into the expediency
o1 -I.11, I a post s a fronit Charltttes'iie, in- Al-
It c .. ,, ..... .'n, in the same county,
to0 :ll|t ,, ., .'.l
Th'e' n r,-so 1d c-..,u ii provi;'ingi for jails in
ce't.i' c.. Pt, 1,,.' t0e safe ctcuaLody of persons
coni.atiiil ud .r the authority ,of the United
Siates, .''u: ita'l :1 third, tirie, passed, and sent
to the Senate for concurrepice,
The bill from the Senate for the relief of Sam-
uel Tucker, as amended in this house, so as to
reduce the annuity to 20 dollars per munith, was
read a third time. There was a good deal of de-
bWiit on die bill.
The t.jUtsaoiun on the passage of the bill was
carried, by Yeas and Nay 4, 77 to 75 ; and return-
ed to the Stinate for concurrence in the amenid-
mniLt.
.. -MISSOUI. .
Mr. Clay ihen rose to nmakehis c:npected mo-
tion reapecing, ;lisulni, which was in the fol-
Jowing s hape :
Re:."h"1, l'.i '. comn;mi'e,. e ipponted, on the part
o. f 1l11s llou- r.j M\) .iti s. I ci n.iri ttee as in y v be
app'iiite i .ttier' ,rt jI an"e i6 to cliiT,;dep and
report to t.le Sle th ..in.n a, "l.ei m.: e, e.:pcre: .-:y, whe-
ther it ie expiAieml oir no. to mike proI o.n for the
a.mni'sion ot' Mi. souri into the Liion on the same foot.
inr a-, th orgin.lIstute., and lur the due execution of the
wa Cvs tihe United States, within'3liour. and, id uW ,
inethier an' other, arnd, wali. pro;ion, adapted to her"
actud candimti.aought to b1e mide by law.
On thi mniotion there took place a debate of a
about an hour's length, of which we are prevent-
ed, by the great length o'f the Treaty published
jo da\', ftlonm gn in: i pi e'cnt even a ak-etch.
i i e.,i,.d in le r .. tion of the i es'..1 ri ,
.I ite ;jJiu r e: I NIa ,% 1a5
:1; .,omv, ,',f .Mr. C aej, with the expressed
wiv.h oCf he bpeakcr in fat or of that course, ii wasg
oirdJerd that the committee on the part of this
house, con-isting of twenty, three members (cor-
responding with the number of states) should be
appointed by ballot. And to-r-o'rrow at twelve
o'clock was fixed upon as the time for appoint-
ing the committee.
To thei Senate'atndd House of Representatives of
the Urind .'.a. .
The Treaty of Amity, Settlement, & Limits be-
tween the United States and Spain, signed on the
22d of February, 1819, hvinri been ratified by
the contracting parties and the ratifications hav-
ing been exchanged, it is herewith commriunica-
ted to Congress, that such legislative, measures
may be taken as they shall judge proper for car-
Tying the same into execution.
r JAMES MONROE.
Washington,u eb. 22d, 1821.
The message was read, and referred to the
committee on Foreign Relations.
The Speaker laid before the House the follow--
ing letter from the Secretary of State:
2To the Speaker of 'i House of Representatives of
the United States.
Department of State, 22d Feb. 1821.
Sin: I have the honor of transmitting herewith
a report upon Weights and Measures, prepared
in conformity to a resolution of the House of Re-
imsentativcs, of 79th. December, 1819.
With ile htghe-t respect, I am, sir, your very
humble and obedient servant,
"JOHN QUINCY ADAMS.
SThe letter and the report, which is of ve'y
great volume, were ordered to lie on the table,
and to be printed.
And the, House adjourned.





fiIDAY, FEBRUARY 23.

Mr. Secretary Adams's laborious and long ex-
pected report on weights and measures, and
standards of value, wvas yesterday transmitted to
Congress, it will make a large uctavo volume.
-,
Anite esithig question, ofgeneralimportance,
was decided yesterday by the Supreme Court, in
;S "if y vs. /jri ... "
The plaintiffs below were citizens of Pennsyl-
v'nia, the defendant a citizen of Tennessec. The
action was brought upon a promissory note in-
dt6orsed by the defendant. The note was -rawn by
a citizen, of I iin.' e'ce, in fr.\ i' of the defenidant:
and lie- qu ..i.n was; whether the drawer and
endorser, being citizens of? the same state, the
'holder coriti ..ud thIe endorser in a court of the
Unin.d States,.
The question turned upon the 6th section of
the Judiciary Act.
The Cout decided in favor of the jurisdiction,.


uBY ITU PRtiSIDEN'T O TlIb V UMTED STATES.


'A PROCLAMATION, ...

Whereas h Treaty of Amity, Smttiemnent, and Limits, 1Ietvween the -United States of A-
menica and his Catlolic is- j.ijest'.. was concluded and signed betwtien tin:i.- 'Plenipoteitiaries.
in tlis City. oin the I *e,'.y-s-ri',nd da of F b': uary, in tlhe 3r '.ti'f iur L rid one thousand
eig, hundred inid nineeteeoi, which treaty, word t'o. woid, is a- ,ll.s -i:


TREATY
OJ inJity, Settlement, and Liialb,. hthreir thee
United States of America andtul His Catholic
.Majresty.
The United States of America and his Ca-
;tholic Majesty, desiring to consolidate, on a
permanent basis, the I'rvilidli ii and ,o.l cor-
respondence which happily i:'r.aiik, between
the.two parties, have dulerininitd ni settle and
i, ..iinat', :111 their differences and pretensions,
hy a T]ie iimy, which .sinill dr-signat.., v itih pre-
cision, the limits of their respective bordering
territories inn North America.
With this intention, the President of the
United SIt:te has furnished with their full
powers JoHI Quiic- ArjAMS, Secretary of
State of the United States; and his Catholic
Majesty has appointed the most excellent
Lord Don Luis DE Os s. Gonsalez, Lopez y
Vara, Lord of the town of Rayaces, perpetual
Regidor ofthe Corporation of the City ofSala-
mahca, Kni.ght Grand-Cross ofthe Royal A-
merican Order of Isabella the Catholic, deco-
rated with the Lys of La Vendee, K .iliht PeA-
sioner of the Royal and dislitnguiiiheli Spanish
Order of Charles the Thiird, Mimbmr of the
Slij.e'mne As. 'nbly of t ie said Roy .l Order, of
the councilil ot'f his 'atlilic majesty--hris Secre-
tary, with Exerciseof Decrees, and hii Envoy
Extraordiiiary and tMinii,trer Plenipotentiary
near the Uniled States of Anmerica.
And thie aid Plenipotentiaries. atler ha inig
exc'haii'ged tdimlir powers, have a u:'rrd upon-
anrd (oicluded tlie following articles:
ARTICLE I.
There shall be a firm and inviolable peace
and sincere friend-,ihip between the United
States and their citizens, and his Catholic
Majesty, his successors and subjects, without
exception of persons or places,
ARTICLE 2.
fis Catholic Majesty-cedes to the United
States, in full property and sovereignty, all
the territories which belong to him situated
to the easitard of the Mississippi, known by
the name of East and West Florida. The
adjacent islands dependent oni said provinces.
all public lots and squares, vacant lands, pub-
lic edifices, ftritifications, barracks, and other
buildings, which are not private property, ar-
chives and documents, which relate directly
to the property and sovereignty of said pro-
vinces are included in this article. The said
archives and documents shall be left in posses-.
sion of the commissaries or officers of the
United -States, duly authorized to receive
them.

ARTICLE .4
The boundary line between the two coun-
tries, west of the Mississippi, shall begin on
the Gulf of Mexico, at the moutli of tie river
Sabine, in the sea, continuing north, along the
western bank ol' that river, to the 32d degree
of latitude; thence, by a line due north, to
the degree of latitude where it strikes the Rio
Roxo of Natclhitoches, or Rlied River; there, fol-
lowing the course of the Rio Robxo westward,
to the degree of longitude 100 west from Lon-
don, and 23 from Washington; then, crossing
the said Red river, and. running thence, by a
line due north, to the river Arkansas; thence,
following the course of the southern- bank of
the Arkansas,to its source, in latitude 42 north;
and thence, by that parallel of latitude, to the
South Sea. The whole being as laid down in
Melish's map of the United States, published
at Plhiladelphia, improved to the Ist of Jan..u-
ary, 1818. But, if the source of the Arkansas
river. shall be found to fall north or south of
latitude 42, then the line shall run fi'om the
said source due south or north, as the case
may be, till it meets the said parallel of lati-
tude 42, anid thence, along the said parallel, to
the South Sea: All the islands in the Sabine,
and the said Red and Arkansasrivei's,through-
out the course thus described, to belong to the
United States; but the use of the waters and
the navigation of the Sabine to the sea, and
i'li,:--.,i 1 r N.,',. Roxo and Aikanisas,through-
out the.extent of' the said boundary, on their
respective banks, shall be common to the re-
spective inhabitants of both nations.
i The two high contracting parties agree to
cede and renounce all their rights, claims,,and
pretensions, to the territories described by the
said line: that is to say: "'the United' States
hereby cede to his Catholic Majesty, and re-
nounce for ever, all tlieir rights, claims, and
Sretensioniis. to the territories lying west Andi
south of the above described line; and, in like


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TRATADO -
De 'AIistad, arreto I (l't'-encias, y Limites.
e tie f. Ca, y los Estados Unidies dfe
America. "
Deseaindo S. M. C.itli.i'a v Iso Estadois.
UTiidos ,]I A-mernca con.iiidar ice un mnoduo ier-
iane-ifit e la bueAia corr.siim niidcia y minitad
qic le elizminlite ir mna :te a itis i )arles, hi'
,'esuelt m tais, g' : t-,,,a, t'di,,.i m'us ,ii ft-
rencias y pr-.r-sirjiic P i,, n,',li, ile ,In I\ -
tando, q'ue fixe ,r t.rci,'kion. los limits de s,.is
relCspei ,its y rowii'ame-.3 territoriosenl la Ante-
rica seitentina, ..
Con esta minira han noinbrado. Sa M. Ca.
;il Exino. Sor. DOn. Luis Dr. Ov'is. Gonsalez,
Lopi-z Vcara, Scint.ri dc la Villa do Ra~ aces.
Rcgidor perpetrnti M aI tlijlamnnpiltum dei Inl Ciln-
di.d de Sa.ain. m,. Ciball,'io G;rain Cruz de
la Real orten: Aimericaii de Isabel la Cot6-
firc-. y de ladeco-'.irci.-i dt.iI Lis de la Vrendea.
Caballero Prionim sta d- la Re,!a \ destitigui-
daorden Espti,,|ila Ie I.el.,, Ili, Ministro
V-,c:al deI la S Iin rnia A-'ainblea. d dihia Rl.
orden,, de dsu cuosejo. si ''i'lrt),- cni e.mr'-
cicio de Decretos.y su Lm incldo E\t anordina
rio y M iii.t'r I 'le iiip., n. i.trio 'ce 'l a de Ils
Estados Unidus ide Ameicnina: Y el Piesidenite
de los Estado.s Uniii'mq. n hion JU.%N Q.UINCY,
ADAMS, Secretario tit Estado de los mismos
Estados Unidos.
YanmbosPleiip<(teincairio3s.depues de liaver
caigeall;e i', ils Pudnes. lhai, ajust.itlo y finvado
los Articnlos ,ig,-ui,.tci:

AP.TTCITLO 1.
Habra ;ina paz '.]:'l.I e inviolable4 y una
all,; .Ai inccera cntt '. C1 C -.i Sl-< siresor's
y subditos y los Estados Unidos s-us ciuda-
danos sin exception de personas ni lugares.

ARTICULO 9.
S. M. Ca. cede a los Estados Unidos, en
1 1 l i i -* 1 ..


manner 1i, C atalihoic Majt'st) cedes to the said
United. St.i-, a:l! his ii. t -ii, cl;;hi s). .nid pre-
'te l,-i,,. 1, lv., -,I leTi lt.r t ,i and 1 ,L0 thI of
the. ,,sid line. diiil for !iiihis'sAt. ins Irli'-s. and
IIU _, *- .*'. s:;. len.I loil 10 .Ill caimn to tihe said
. rer it r ie to .c '.
1AUICIE 4;
To fix this line %ith more precision, and.fo
Space the laiil-marni' \nhich .lall designated
exactly the limit-, olf botlI nations. each of' tie
conItractingii pi.ties shall appoint a commis-
sin-er and a -it'very,r, J ic. .hall meet before
tlie terminatlimon ,,i one eai', fi.,n ttine dti e i6f
the ratification of this ticaty, at Natchituche,.
on the Red rivr,. andproceedtoorun ianiil iark
thie said liii., Ir4,in lthe nmoiith of' thie Sabineto.
the Red ri\rr. :and ItroIi the ked river to the
river Arkn-1sa-sq. and i> ascertaini tie latitude
-ofl~r--,.rc,-iki.alia -.aidt.rji Arl.a-.,;. inl
conformity to what i.s allies ag.rced piiin anil
stipulated, a9,i the line of latitude 4 dege. to
tlhe South Sea. they shall make out plans, and
keep journals of their priceedi ni-s, and the re-
sult a'relefd iupim by themin shall be ow-M'i'lredi
a part of this treaty, arid shall have thie -amne
to,.'e as il' il were i:iir etd ti.her in. Thi' t,1 :
So\ers'nml t-ir '., ;l niciai t a;i gLee re.pe|):ti'i
the necessary artirci to be furni.-hied Io tio.wse
pers,>. and also as o t heir respective escorts,
slioliild siicl ch be deemed necessary.y

ATICLE 5. .
The inhabitants ofe lie ceded territories sis il
be secured in the free exercise of their relh-
gion without any restriction, and all those
Who may desire to 'ein Ivoe to the Spanish do,
minions shall be permiiited to 'sell or export
their effects at any time whatever, without be-
ing subjects in il her case, to duties

AiTTICLE 6,
The innhabitants of the territories which his
Catholic 3M.,t ety cedes to thl United States,
by this treaty, shall be incorporated in the
Union of the i'nited Statie,. as soon as maybe'
conlii-n.trit with the principles of the licdi-ral
constitution, and adlinitted to the enjoyment of
all the privileges+ rights, and immnnuitiis, of
thle citizens of the United States.
ARTICLE 7. .
The officers .1nd troolip of his Catholic Mia
jesty, in line trritriois: hereby ceded by him
to thle United States, shall be \illidra\ in. and'
lposesion ol Ihe places ocicupl'd by them shall
be ,i,'in \ ithin i i i u nionths after tie e.'!hatIi.ge
of ti. .li.iiifu .im~ of this treaty, r sonon'T. if
.pou-.hle, by ilIe officers of his Catholic Ma-
j",-it. to the commissioners or officers of tihe
United States, duly appointed to receive them;
and the United States shail furnish the trans-
ports and escort necessary to convey the Spa-
nish officers and troops, and.their baggage, to
the Havana.


toua propieuad y soberanla, TOdos los territo- ArtT.iuL o.
rios que le pertenecen, situados al Este del All the grants of land made before the '4(th
Misisipi, conocidos bajo te i,,,mblre d : Florida of January, 1818, by his Catholic Ma:jety, or
Occidental y Florida Ori",-i oi compre- by his lawful authorities in the said territo-
hendidos en este articulo iiis yslas adyacentes ties, ceded by his Majesty to the United States,
dependientes de dichas dos provincias, los 'shall be rAtified and coifirmied to the persons
sitios, plazas piblici, terrenos t ai(ims edi- in possession of the lands, to the same extent
ficios publjic s, liiollicationes, cisei na, y. that the same grants would be valid, it theter-,
otros edificios que no1sean propiedad de algun 'ritories had remained under the dominion of
individuo particular, los archives y docu- his Catholic Majesty. But the owners in pos-
mentos directamente relations a la propiedad session of such lands who, by reason of the
y soberania de las mismas dois provin.cias. recent circumstances of the Spanish nation,
Dichos archives y documncntos se entrega- and the revolutions inEurope, have b'cen pre-
ran a los comisanos oficiales de los Esta- vented from fulfilling all the conditionsof their
dos Unidos debidamente autorizados para grants, shall complete themnt within the terms
recibirlos. limited in the same, respectively, from the
ARTICULO 3. date of this treaty; in default of which, the said
La Linea divisoria entire los dos paises al grants shall be null and void.. All grants
Occidente del Misisipi arrancark del Seno made since the said 24th of January, 1818,
Mexicaideno en la embocadiiira del Rio Sabina when the first proposal, on the part of his
en el Mar, seguirit al Norte por la Orilla Oc- jesty, for tle session of the Flor-
cidental de este Rio hasta el grado S32de lati- das, was made, are hereby declared, and
tmil; desde alli por una liniea recta al Norte agreed to be, null and void.
hasta el grado de latitude en que e entraen el
Rio Roxo de Natchitochez (Red River), 3y ARTIC 9.
continuar-a por el curso del Rio Roxo al Oeste The two high contracting parties animated
hasta el grado 100 de longitud Occidental de with the most earnest desire of conciliation,.
Londres y 23 de Washington, en que cortara and with the object of putting an end to all
este Rio, y Seguira por una line recta al the differences which have existed between
No6ite potr el mismo grado hasta el Rio Art- tlhem,and of confirming the good understamnd-
kansas, cuya Orilia Meridional seguira ihasta ing which they wish to be forever maintained
su nacimiento en el grado 42 de latitude Sep- between them, reciprocally renounce all claims
tentrional; y d.,,ile dichl- punto se terara una for damages or injuries which they, them-
linea recta por el mismo paralelo de latitude selves, as ,well as their respective citizens and
hasta el Mar del Sur. ,Tod.) egim el Mapa subjects, may imve suiibred until the time oft
de los Estados Uiiids dr, Melish, publicadl signing this treaty.
en Philadelphia y perfecionado en 1818. Pero T' enmi,.i.oi min of the United States will
si el nacimiento del Rio Arkansas se hallase extend to all theinijuries mentioned in the con-
alNorte 6 Sur de dicho grado 42 de latitud, veitionl of the 11ii of August, 1802.
seguira la lianea desde el origen de dicho Rio 2. To all claims (1 account of prizes made
recta al Sur 6 Norte, segun fuese necesario y French privateers, .and con hasta que e.n:'i entre el expresado grado 42, French consuls, within the territory andjuris-
de latitud, y desde alli por ei mismo paralelo diction of Spain,
hasta el Mar del Sur. Pertk.r*,vrhn a los 3. To all claims of indemnnities oi account
Estados Unidos todas las YsIhs de los Rios 6f the suspension of the viight of deposit at
Sabina, Roxo de Natchitochez. y Arkansas, -New Orleans in 1802.
en la extension de todo el cmn.' dscrit,; "ero 4. 4To all claims of citizens ot the United
el uso delas aguas y la navegacion del Sabina States upon the govermneltt of Spain, arising.
hasta el Mar y de los exprN ados Rifos Roxo !frorm the unlawful seizures at sea, and in tlhe
y Arkansas en today la .Mi.niin hes ni, enci- ports and territories of Spain, or the Spanish
onados limits en sus respectivas Orillas, sera colones..
comun 'A lo's libit-lanten dt in dos Nacinmi's. 5. To all claims of citizens of the United
Las dos altas parties co' tratintes c.'nieen .States upon tihe Spanishi government, state-
en ceder y renuinciar todos sus derochos, r ments of ich, soliciting the interposition of
clamaciones, y pretensiones sobre los territ the government of thle United States, have
rios que se descriH i en esta line: a saber,: been presented to the Departiment of State, or
S. M. Ca. renuncia y. cede para siem .lr por to the Minister of the United States in bSpain,.
si, y a nombre do sus herederos y sucesores (Continued on
todos los dercohos que tiene sobre los territo-


1I ins at Este y al Norte de diclia lin.ca: os
E t. i, i., L ',iilus c.,e a l t',.!::l.t 'eeilnl I a S. 1M .
C.i. y rei n iilnn p.N si;-ipr iloo s-;m dere -
rhlis. re..lla i h.'on y petroisioiies -i q.dlee-
ilUi.i t:'nrritirion,> situadoS al Oeste y ,'. Sue
do la mii' hja lineaitartiba de.t-cirit'i.
AAU1TIOULd 4"
Para fitie estV linea con i6ma iireciion fy
establocer los Mojdones que wri'ialeii coti exac-
titid los limit's do nimbais iaiones, noinbra-
ra c:idla Oa de ella.? iin lcoinisario y un ge6-
metra que e4 junteriin antes dri tem-rini de:,l
un aiio, contado dsitle la ft'cha de la r.artilica-
cin,, de s ete, tratado, en Nati.litocliez. ei la
Oriflas del Rio Roxo, y pi It.r',aie. a seri,.lar
y din ,pmcar dicha line. detdii Ih. hil b.mbia.Juira
,ii Sa:blin.t hl.sta el Rii, RoN y Ile e-:e ;,a-ta
el kio Arkanu-as. y ate arri:inarroui certidumn.
bre. -'i ori.c"n n 'xl'Cpki(in!,, RI+'m .V Iql.i o a
y .ixar oe. u. ,queda ettilld.,tdo v conemid
en este Tratado. la lia a que el1fc eg -i 7-
decde el grado ti. de laiiitd hstIu el Mal
Pacirico. Lle\a ran diaries y le\ ant.rrt i
pianos de. sus operaiimjn.., y el rel1iltado
convenido por ellos se tend,.- por part de
este Tratado .y tendriaa ma nismafuerza que
si estuviese i nsrto en e: die iemnti conevmcir
amistosameiitI los dos Go hic'ms to el uare.lo
de i,,amito inecesiten estos iiilii\idio-;. v- en
la escolta re.pecti\a que dean lle\ar, sicnnmp.e
4|ic -e. crea necesriaji.
,ARITICUL6 5.
A los habitanlte de tados los s th-itooios ce
didos, se les conservari el exerricio libre de S'i
religion, sin restriccion alguna; y it to.lo.s los
que .qmisieremn tra-adarse a los dominios Es-.
liaiioh.ns so les permitiri Ia l'en a 6 extraccion
de mu-, ci;,tos eu qiialiuiera ticinpo, sin que
puedla exigi'seles en t1no iii otrocasa derechd
alguno; .
AARTxULo &
Los lahitantes de los territa;ilos qiie S. ....
Ca. cede por.este Tialado a Is Estadus Uni-
dos sa i urai inlcpurdos en la Unioun de los
inismos Estados,. lo ninma Iet visible. l e.-tmnii
los principios de la cinsttiici.mn l.detral.y ad.
mitidts al goce de iodos los pr"vile ioi. dere-
chos 6 itimuiidades de quiLt disfrntan los ciuda-
nanos de los demas Estados.
SARTICULO 7. .
Los olicia'l.i y tropas de S. NM. Ca. evarua-
ran los ter-itiorios cedidos a hie E.stadoi, Uii-
doIs sei is meses delpuc e del caw.i-e 'Ie hl ratifi-
tacion de este tratado, *. anre.i ',i fluese posi-
blh ) darnai posesions de ello- i l, oicialesi
o '_*',Jiisil'inS de los Est,di-,,. [linidoi ,lelJida-
mente auiiitoizados para recii..i'l,': Y !oss Es-
tados Unidoi pro\eC(rhn luo tran.p--pite, y es-
colta necea.,n'in.s ipara ile ar a I'_ Ha,-an-i los
olfiales y tropas E ait.lasy snt equipag-es'



ARETICCO 8.
Todas las. concesiones de terrenogs Iie.-lim
por S. M. ,Ca. 6 por sus legitimas autoridad'J
autes d6l 2,4 de Enero, de 1818, en los expre-
sados territories que S, M. cede ; los Et;aJos
Unidos, quedaran ratificadas y reconocidas a
las personas que esten en posesion de ellisi,
del mismo npodo que lo serians si S. M. hubiese,
continuado en el dominiio d& estos terriforios;
pero los prfpietarios que por ui efecto de las
circunstancias en que se ha hallado la Nacion.
Espafiola y por las revoluciones de Europa;
no hIubiesen podido lienar tods' las obiiga-
ciones de las concesioites, seran olig.ados .
cumplirlas segun las condiciones de sus respect"
tivas concesiones desde la fecha de este tra-
tado, en defecto de lo qual seran nulas y de
ning'in valor. Todas las concesiones poste'
riores al 24, de Enero de 1818, en que ftueron'
hechas las primeras prbpodiciones de parte de
S. M. Cca. para la cesion dd las dos Fioridas;
convienen y declared las dos altas parties con.'
tratantes que quedan anuladas y de ninguit
valor.
ArTIC^Lo 9-
Las dos altas parties contratantes animadaie
de 10's mas vivos descos de conciliacion y con*
el objeto de cortar de rai, todas las discu-
sioIies que' han existido entire ellas y afianzar
la buena armonia que desean m natener perpo-
tuamente, renuncian una y otra reciproca-
nmente a todas las ireclamaciones de dailos y
perj uicios que asi ellas como sus respectivos'
subditos y ciudadohos, hayan experimentadoa
hi.'t l-1 dia cie que se firmc ste tratado.
L. eininm'ia. de los Eit..!.r,, Unidos se e'r.
tiende a todos los pe-juicios mnencionados en)
el Convenio de 11, de Agosto de 1802.
2. A todas las 'rcclamaciones'de press he
chas port los Corsarios Franmceses, y condena;
das por losConsules Franceses dentro del ter.:
ritorio y jtirisdiccion de Espaiia.
s. A todas las reclamaciones de indemniza-
clones pori la suspension del derecho de Depo.
site en Nueva Orleans en 1802.
4. A todas las rcclamniaiones de los Ciudak"
(danos de los Estaldos Unidos contra cl Go-
bicrno Espaiio procidentes de pm'.- y con-'
fiscaciones injustas asien la Mar comino en los
puertos y ter'itbrios de S. "'. en E... -ip.i y
sus Colohnias.
5. A todas las reliamaciones de los ciula"
da(Us de lou Estailos Unidos (ontr'a el Go
bierno de EspaJia, en rue se haya reclamadc'
la interpo:;.cion del Gobierno de los Estaiio:
Unidtos antes de la fecha de este tratado, y
desde la f.eha del convecni de 108,' 6 preia.n-
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, I "I its accomphi -mer_. -,.t .ir'. to anythplishmenr. \n.h.:.ut inj-inry to any third party; c thr ii si nd. ;ndunu r'lrous. inhbit.niA who will increase I certify that,underer date .ofof the ninth of April, one ., THE SPANISTH TREATY. .
T REA TY W IT H SPAIN, k &c. in.l r. orld.:r th-,t t e .1 1 T ,k.. t.hnt ,\ h -,n ri- f.uri,-o h th ,: .t.- r ,I..' k'. or,,:,* ,' .A % ,-,sm s, p:,rA ...: .r lm,-- ."- Ind1. j hihl-, Ih ...Idl..d in.] eighteen, royal letters pa- .. .
I I" I .I carry.his pl-un -;i.tn. execution, in i fI.-,l.r.),i l, my .. :.. .- rir ir ce. nd l. ..rr:b '.l.i ensely t. ...I I. I.-- r .t i.-. r ....r Iere,- sent by the late Council of T he 'tillVil "I 1 [le Spanish ereao c in the U nit-
--- ., ^ beaeficent deesires in favor of the agriculture, and corn- al revenues. This enterprise ,-A.ull I. cro,1lu-u.tJ, b, I a the Indiesto l; e G.ic vcrn,.i Capit-.;n Gener al of the Island t p- t E ""i
S The following are authentic copies of the erce f the said territories, w ich require population person, who,with a knowledge of the country, i ... I of Cuba and i I-, J..Ii, lhe iic ..-rt if i._ e t.ate, has .uJ-1 Ii'.c ,'tel,-n l..n li.i
G rants to the D uke of 1lai-un, Count of Punon p ,-,p.rn..'.n.l to the fertility of the soil a:,nd t- .-_ d l'2 .-.-.i, ". i,.n- the intelligence necessary for comparing the I Army and r...'.a, tl uii.i:- .4 I-. 11, .0 I -h .. ,Florid,.-ia, and the cuomi, c i, r,,hl ,ii. p.:I ll Z"I '"r .-"l co .c-
T '-, r": and security of the coasts, he giving regular accounts of p Ir.-..._:. ,-,i. '.. ....-i r..,,i..r it s~n.ibr -;i i,...s, ,,,t and to the Governor of tie Floiridas,,-1,, i. I. 1.I.1 .I .Jo quences ot its cquisitrir. For the I st tvw lve
Rostroand Don Pedro de g.,, referred to in hs proceedings; it being understood that the inrOtci r III-:II.,erstood that the introuc- It,- III'.. t I -.1t i., ..:: .Iv ..h. v .':,. li.n i .:I r- I,', tm:it in lis particular department, -..:-. re ct ,'. ,n n .l an ,..lti has -':te in IJl atio-. o thl,
a ind evoked by th r1 .,t;`.ariu,- on the-part of his tion of negroes, which thle same cession comprehends, r ,-,' per,.l.hiI. : i .i'. i .--1i ti.,;.- power to an-extraordi-: ii, r .-r mri,.vie toDon Pedro de Vargas, ,tI" u".... ,I.rj I l,,,a ,lcl, I .hI,,, I. the- Iour Iii whI e the f1 IE.-
S. otiht, as far as relates to the traffic in them, to be sub- In,,,-, iis.,'h *.in..1 .--v... I ll.,r, H ie nliayc.- ,:Of l0:- Mobile ,iitu ,i:.* Floridas, of the following tenor- g .tenor
Catholic Majesty of the Treaty justiratified by tile ,a a .r e o t ate IsTnt > .. '. -: r u Foid he lwngtnr;;p Fpu iCea.qiri L-, f hi: b-lde!,i cll ac.
Catolic Majesty of the Treaty lustatified hy the ject ti, the rech,3tin-s prewribed by my royal cedula of country, adjoi,.; : .I;..], ,J-. ,. 1,;. -1 ., kl- t..... at THE KING.'. on ". 1 u l .hc l-'i c :-* fi ,, lac.
U united States, to each of which is annexed a the 7,r. ., ',,,I II D::. _ic mb r Int, for such is my will; hasreceiveds .: n ii, ,l, ,1 tr,..-t... io ..ba: be.-.r,, :, r ;r .. -"pta. n .i f er, i-_I 1.1 A' ccuntild 1 1*, '-nlv L.y ..i pp-IT-.i.. that
translation of the same: and that due note be taken of the present cedula mi the ". Tr-oa1 .-:,r. ,n .;.--A :pennen.e-s, un de ate oft wenty-ith.an Cpat.l'oeie ra l: ,I ae l,.I r co ih -
Ooffice ofthe Accountant General'of the Indies.* 'I14 h im r,P l -.1 1 r. ,- ,I ,ll. ,,., : a r, i ,F .. .1t -e- .rodeVar r .. -,e r l tin lc J .n nd i s. .i,
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ha- soltctr dee] J' eiudelft nO ca,, Il ncor r i ,
s s is I .haveIj lawft o f the-emin mos, profind respect, anm submits to vour Majesty: col el eseudo de mls armas ea Madrid a veinte v uno de Nas. 32, 33, 20, 21, 24, and 25, fronting oni Greene, eate whereof shall be made on said ballot by theudge,
ar^ a .s *^ y r' e b^ is e:;nr^l)3t, by^ S al~l ubre ue Net0^^ p ,,,,ood1, an, Montg r strets south of Bridge justice of the p~eae, oay u l~, ^
so mf. a os ., m Cscel of thee m in-That, pror d y the desire of promoting, by all poss Otubre de mil oc ociemos y veinte. Needwood, and Montgomery streets, southh of Bridge justice o, the peace, or n6taryTpublic, before whomsuc
dieso i-; s due execujt.o, by a royal orderly of the se- unsetld as, li imssen,ent of the extesive waste and t'ARIb1TO PEREIZ DE CASTRO. street. acknowledgment shall be made, and said ballot shall by
puhs oeyt epi,.ntree ua n uli s al. ,, noweseled meup ,and e addrsedt tcan4 o h
dies, tw-ier ;ts due execw~oo,- by a royal orIder o0' the se- unsett1d, laid possesse'. by yotur flljsty ill h m r+[rt x~ 'm P r b s o et ep ii three elqual annual instal- aisf ctor s~c rit bein, sen. an ; a led, I up i-a nd d r sed" ta sadt alo-,id rh l thebY i
vemnteentih of December, in the year aforementioned: cas, which, by deilr I- I.i oilr the greatest ad aroa-.] Pchaments, e money to be paid n three equal annual install ebe sealed up and addressed to the C,.er ofte
Wherefore, I charge aAd cnmad yo by tls my roval es, ,ot only to yu: memnorialist, but t thte stale, provi. Don'Attonia Porcel, Knigt Pensioner' of the royal eswl eret-satsfact i W LEE, tion, shall n.. a ,I ,, .i the election e No
Sedu*a,, with d.t-e o 1. er o. f the laws to suo cases ded ,... ,'. as is hoped, be given to the noble pro- and distinguished ordr ,,f ZCharles 3dS f the Council of LEE, peron wh isnot. a itizen of th it the electisn Nb
(* .. sa, 1 1 T. te al itto "[ e texee.ccu- ct r ... i your MAjety'smenor.ialist, ot converting State, and Secretary of State a!id of Desnatch of the Ul- O IoRScYnentitle vo in i Velec- t., tt sa, l be
._.., aid session, taking" all requisite measures or fr small portion ..fi. -. .:-..I ,1 ,, i ti.. .. ..:, ..,peaceable tramar ine government, &c. Veb. 5-dtd Executors. feb -- -'.. ', .\...










PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONGRESS.

RIDJY, I L fY.,'. i. Y23.

IN SENATE.
A messaroe iwas received from the President of
the United Sra.: .i -*i .Il:.' i tie message read ini
the other house yesterday, transmitting a copy
of the Treatv with Spain.; which was. rear and
referred t. il,, .-uini.-tiiiice on Foreign Relatioins.
The Pr(. id:l i 1.ild b :.i-re the S n-'tde a letter
fi.on the S-:, eCIa'ry ..1 I '. "'.,:, t 1n sintiiiiig report
on weights aid measures, made.in. ri-i..iiriil'
with aC i iliii-i.-,n of th. Sen-.t- rof tie ;J ,11
M1 rCh', S ; .an7 l Ih .'110 r'iniii ; i''i '' ..., rcaud.
A iim ii:,.si tl, [.'!it.i pn, it-e., ti t.- l,- f wt :
one 1.y [' li f.'i ,, uf N. V. It-irni ll;c ;MT.crr.,h-.
of New Yolrk i L -I'I -.:Ir,, that, by the con-ri 1 ..
tion .-_,.in to the 13th s ,i'i;.,I ,:if the act -up lt. -
nientary to the act to I eiila'e the I..kI,' ..I ,
duties, which they believe erroneous,' tl., :,sI-
subjected to great .inconvenience and fi,''., .
pe;'altics, and praying the passage of ah e:s.lN- ,j
tory act
Mr. Thomias, from the co'n.,h;iii. on ['Pul.lh
Lftnds, reported. i ill airi ting to the c it! ., ..
tion of thecity of io,,l, 'c t.ain lots cfl .-:,ru td
thl rein; ,i,i d 1.hill was read.
Mr. 'Tma., fri.i, tie same committ<-e, in i.
-r on 1, l i h61..ui iletipunl oil tlHi', l i i.n i -il l i .-ia. 'i,
n '4- 1 : I-*


> *own.otn of M r. -' .. m .i,,n ,I ii .'-,. ,tl.ard, [th. ,. i i ii te ifI
On motion nf M 'Mr. ,'1 the CI'rniuIrl ,.li i;, i,,,l i, A t,.LI, ,.,1 from n kh It ,h, i r i-
the post office v id pot- i i nf t -i l II *..1 i.. Il i .1 .d ,, fron Ilim f re tn i
i ue f into tile,- 'i c..h% .A. the .Il l ..itfinue i -tforce the act
inqu.tre into 11t, c',.c .-nrc. ..I ..I.. ,i_ ,,. ." p, t 1,. ,1 a,, ,, t .' J II,,,erc ,,,i e i. ilh thl In-
route fironi L ,,,rcni,:cl ,rg J i thc s t ,..vern- ,1iar, 1, ., ,, .i ,,,.ii.,n ohf M r. Tr'r-.1 '' 1
mcnt of Indiana. '
AgI.reeably to notice given'vsterd'n i,'. "i/ ,lI i o ite i. Crossed for a third
hot, having obtained leave, i-nt litc.rl a biill tu reading.
provide for the doe execution of iI(. Iwb of the P .L PijIL [. r DEBT. -
U '-ited ,.-,, i,, l the state of M ,sotuii, and ilI,: TI- hou.e d' -,I ,r, n n,,,i-,i ,-.f r. 'ii* ,
bill w as e,. l. I .I :I ;in rIsol, -.I .. ,:. f ,. ,-., ,, ,,.." t e
The'resolution, fio:r, ofl l'rather i.,i,,, pi rii-.. i i ..l, o N, \ Yo k : th i:h ,
.- a j int on oit,.e t ..' -, u I. f .,: t i' .Ii i.. c ten, l t U l i k i .: of .i l
b, u i .I ,'bei it i~i r i .i- .lit l t -.-' I a .,- l ni ri ,i tile i i ul i, I 2..
ae l ad itt he pr si ,r -' -- Ir,, -- .' i t, .C i,,I (,"!, u' lm'! it ri., i,.eil i,.-illl-,eO -i t titi C 'i "!,i
Ilo, r, ,lI. t |1re l a thl I l,11 5 -. r n t -f c .r d I '- )lI I ki .i I l r t ,, rtr l -t h
1 -1, i -' ti 1 e li--il Of rtir ri U c-i .ii L I. e-'i rl', I tf lte 1n1 ; li I, t -ctj c rrutie Ai ` Il --
p. ,-m',, t l r in.*', I liltt ii ,I 't. i li i ..' c i i .l i t
for tihe ,C: II if- (I.'i .Coi r luC ,, o Tice ii i, 's n ,It in f -rt.e on -i'mi. Cl le 1 i ,,l ;i
to laT- tie Senate. ... I tien-rt -i\ Si,[ lli,, i e-l .-,hd .a I ,: u -pci
Mr. Barbour su m ired :le fd Ille- resolu- Iernt I 'i .m ll ,aniou, i of the de,t. .
tion for -c.ri-.i ..tir- : rise awide
R e s o lv e d T h a t : t h e P r ec .,1. ;,t .-. i n ,, i h .l rt e o r s a w bi-d e .het ,rri;- .
rcqueste I i. r I,,-_. t)be a,.l l r ,,,a,-. j ,- i11i0 i[ -1 bill, in tire course of which the pl n-r
ntext ses ,...i, 'i hi.., ,c,',l... r...I ... he i-.n, p -,e- ,i, f,. ciple of ihr: biI w ', slp :,p itd and opposi.l by
nation to 0, *- ..ri,-, r,, :.'- ., ,, i ,. u u I ,ll.,;-n geIntlem en :
n a ,. Ta BILL AGAINST THE IrBILL.

aio l i.- .. i r t l A u i. i r. i. i. .- 1 : 1 a l ... i.
S ,. i ... .. .> | l .-r- n 'i,'Aan'.,,., _-1
1 .*--- ".i: n l ll r ai > .. 1 .. ... In r ,l .k A L ..1, I. n l
',n, -, b e : ., :1 y I t. I-i,, 1 i f ,:1 i t lr i r i l ,' f i, f r n
T '" (ln- iiL ti I,-: ,,)n i \', -"h-l> ilV nu ,dd. l > !i ., ,,,,=. ", '' "', ', .
',,I'/i, from Lith J1hrdicia, c..mintirce, iere se c- Tbhe q estionI beic- i kcnoen oil Mr. .11/.Coi s m .
rally. ,.,rnidnefri ulti irreed i,, tion, it '.., I.s ,i: ut;i. .y a larg-e majority
iT he e u.. I si,,tr,,l IiL ,:," ,,n eti.ii,, -"I i 1,- M r. .L ., .... i.n,, ., ,1 to strike out lih., c iL ,s
bill to i Jd-:e thei, nrilhi-ri' p- e- t. :i-i ,mni, of the .ill h1i,-i. proposes to allow an .,l...,-li
and the -i.ui, i fIut r...2 ...sed th-.L..,I it l ii; n .i reduction iof ihiiii tli,e per cent. on th.o t ... .,I
,tary c6 un.,i e l fil,c i .-,ii e due t1,. ithe d l:I..s, anid so to amend tl, l.ill -,
I Mr. Ti'.- ,.. l ,, i e. to strike out the 4th set- to c-,lhiiehe h- di-"lr.,,it to those who should make
tion of the substitute, which proposes, 'in sub- pil itnf I payment of the whole sum due.
stance, to. m erge tlr' : r. n coril. I- the artille- i his -,r.l,.[ '..-,i'i i.-ought ..n, : r, I,; I.l e, ir,
ry, and ';. i i',r tihe c Pi c-;ic.L nt .i rli,- -' y to select ,,, h i c. si .. ,, r, Jone,,, .'., i ,r! .. .., r-
artillery i';.:eii-" ti.-, f- il. Ir.m it, pe. .-. nt iordna ce ,,i,,/. .?.,, .r',i., and C ay. joined. ,
I.-.,ie--, to receive :I ; ,i iiu i ;, -.r, and to be I iih ,- oil.iei.t was finally rn e itled-- .,l .s
ub .I : i-.nlh ,i., lith u-i.Ici -. the Secretary of 55, noes 62.
1V.'.,. ; an II i ,.:, i ier, c .I -.- ..- :,i,, an .,, .h- .. "T,,..', i ol Va; moved to add the following
..,. ii' lir. *. :.i. I, : --.: rate orps of ord- ,, 1 i t lh i : section of the bill
., .f /' ." lI I, t where any-purchaser has piurchas-
[lI .... io- ai .:,i gave rise to a debate 1- ... I i i o two or more quarter sections, he
of more than an hou: 'z i...i,'u.r a itn whicri' sbaUl ot be perinitted to relinquish less than a quarter
tlessrs. Tichenor, i ..i f i ,, Trimble, :ecion.-
i/i.'T, li./.ii-,i and l ui., Kentuicky, took fi.1 -.6- 1 was also negatived.
t) .,,, lKentck '' fe-., for reasons which he stated,

In 'the end the amendment was negative, section of the l additional provisoto the 3d
.sith to a'diyision.... bi :
Svith ut a idivisionir.,~. v- '' thier, That the discount all ., .- n-.
After some further :n ti,,on., and discussion on this ,I .1 ,I rut I .I-- made wherethe debtor s-' ,11 ,,i ,.,
the- minor details of the -,,11, :. .p ,-,., d instalments, ats -.1.. -n.n 1 l
'. M r ', th/ r.Oi. el 1..i :.i ril;e i.t ,[ th Ii th 1 ...an, .i i. .. i .u .-. '
section h of he :.iiin iitrec-'- imerinn. i iiat purt, 'I' This alirelUiiei,-rit after ,o,'i-: idel ,-.i., i as. jl-,'
w hich -i,'ets'I tIII l ll- l '., l r r bI'S \' n jl i- l i', I i' i eli. ,
1i ih. amy prior to Jui e. -i 2, f shall be filled l'ilv cr,.nitiee then rose and reported Ilie.-
i -.-1..i ,.i, frii.,i the -..iT.-e -... d sbalnded by virtue billt i,-i trhe. I- ie without amendm ent.,
ri flit: Ca t., p[, r.nIule;.f ,nii .ii:inl ,],irnh-er, of suit- .\rn ulIuxriL:'C utl nm l'ii'i, v.- i m ade to y- t',he
Sli.-' el cfa, I c i .pply I' i the same"-- Mr.S. con- bill on the alfl-, itlh the l i ii-v., (it being hif ) of
-il. i -: h :lit i ...-.I i-n antni.', ioac i, ,i-it,r the receiving the report'of the te lers relative to the
:ilrc:, ,iii'i'.):I irig.ht of nomination conferred on appointment of the committee on.the subject of
the President of the UnirelI States by the consti- Missouri, (in examining the ballots for which tile
tuti fn, and in effect a violation of the constitution, tellers had been erripl.i-) rl nearly four hours.)
asit went to take from the President the right of Mr. Hardiii then renewed the motion he made
appointing, with the consent of the Senate, whom- in committee to amend the bill; when, a motion
soever he pleases to office, to that effect prevailing-
After some 'ii-c. -|nio, on their pait r.f il-. mo- The bill and proposed amendment were laid
ver and Me-, I ir 'r i,!lTr (' .ii'b, r. It'l .t 1 ,,1, *,f oa the table.
.Tenn, JI',-iii uI L u. 11.1,, .., IL ,.,tii .i it, Mr. .'eclher, of Va4 then reported .that the tel-
hich i t u 1 i- 11 d 1, b it:ein I fi.r ul thle pr.- vi- lers appointed to examine il, tall. it-, -ivenh C I
sion that, as there u, il bi a ,t, inib, r ofi valuable committee of 23 inmi nl-e.rs on the Missouri sub-
officrf-rs drlh:, rilil under the act, this was only a J':-ct, o:rJir, to the resolution of yesterday, had
promise on the part of Congress, the President perl..i m-id that duty-the result of which ballot
concurring, that they should have a preference ',e fllilered in.
in filling future V .cancies. Mr. ffilliams, how- It.aipeai cirJ th.jt 157 members had been voted
ver, consented, not deeming it rnm.it iil. that the for--but that the followingg seventeen gentlemen
whole section should be stricken out, considering (.i-h I ad a najirilty-of te ballots given and were
that the practice would be that which the provi. elected, viz :


sion Coitnt ein.ljatl. The d.ebi.e te-rJd in reject-
ing the whole section.
Mr. Otis moved to re` s :re the provision for a
Judge Advocate, with a salary of 2000 dollars
ihirh was yesterdayy stricken out in (i-minitec
iI thle wSlt .e
T'le pIl.:,p.'.hii.:ni \n e.ia r.e-. i opp(o. d -e. \i Mu.
Dickerson, and also by .1Mr. 'riit/i, and aa t.1,.
ported by Messrs. Otis and T1 i,.bii.
The motion was agreed to, ayes 20 noes 17 ;
and
The bill was then- ordered to be engrossed as
amended, and read a thii tiim..
The Senate spent some time in the considera-
tion of Executive business;
And then adjourned.

HOUSE OF itEPREIBSENTATIVES.
Mr. Rhea, from the committee on Pensions antl
Revolutionary Claims, made unfavorable reports
on the petitions of Jonathan Chase and Isaac
Barnha:n ; which were read.
M-r. IKent, from the committee of the Distric
of Columbia, to whom was referred the bill from
the Senate, authorizing the sale of. certain
grounds belonging to the United States in, the
city of Washington,".reported the same without
amendment.
Mr. Kent, from the same committee, also re-
ported a bill to regulate the fees of the Registers
'..I VWI'l., in the several counties within the Dis-
trict of Columbia; which was read and coi,rniiiu-t i.
The engrossed ihil iia :.n -pi,,.'piiati...-,. fon
the support of the Navy of the United States for
the year 1821, and the crntrii:,.... bill:o audiur.
( i -


Messrs. Clay, o l Ken.
Cobb, of Geo.
Ii". ,'.f Maine
Barbour, of Va.
Storrs, of N. Y.
Cocke of Tenn.
S.'uI :,'. ,- A I, -..
SA i,.-r. ~'~ 'v .
I ........ i ,,l+ivy .


Messrs. Eddy, of R. Island
Ford, of N. York
Culbreth, of Md.
1l l..-A-l ..i'N Y.
> M ....-.I -, ,.,I I a .
Stephens, of Cron.
Rogers, of Pa.'
Southard, of N. J..


ca cricTr, i. iili e illn, elected, there remained
six members yet t., be appointed.
Mr. Clay moved, as the operation of bjilliirii
again to-morrow would be tedious arid create de-
lay, that the House agree, by general consent, to
select the im iniii,- six members from tbhise
having received the next highest num ,ber of votes.
It was also suggested that the Speaker appoint
the remaining six-and the Speaker having inti-
mated to the House that,.if the duty devolved on
himr, I:he hiiuhl', from a sense of p ropriety, i-nake
the Ia-T..,jiiLr, ri- : from the names standing rext
highest to th.,, xel- 'id, on the list-the later
course was ,:,nuiiii rd in by the H i e, ?.I .
Clay liinii n jil dj, i.n his motion, in favorof
that course.
It appeared then ith .i tio five following gentle-
men are also elected on the committee, being
the next highest on the list:
Messrs. Darlington of Pa. Messrs. Gross of N. York
S :Ptcher of N.York Livermore of'N. H.
Sloan of Ohio.
After these Messrs. Randolph and Baldwi.
were next I igl4fn.t on, the list, and having an e-
qual numl)e, ol i-W it remains for the Speaker
,i,: O.i,.iare- the gemenman who shall make the
. ..I .i:-i nl..r ul the committee.
The House then adjourned


i Ii ih .r,. a I r .i.'.ii ih '. i l' l -l iii .
I. L. i !our! r.v A l i u.. v ;.uthii rifiev. i I
!I. I ,.. 6r after ihe p --. ,I ii ,-tl .r i,: ,.en ,
Ill: one case or il e- .tier trI ill, .J I. t .ii.tai ; ..ii t

T lhese were IAc ..i'-11 I d 'hrr l ei ''.1 "I LIiJ-Iir,
.pro anId con. I l e i ca -,,,I l 'N.,,, rn tin i, ,..
passage of. the bill were a- f..l"
YE AS- Messrs. Adams, Al. l'i. ,i ,' r r- .r-'. .
B i'.. l i i ..1 ... I '. I i i. I .

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r ,. i irnble, Tr-,-I:,r f Va 'I I -i l S C. ylesr,
Upltmr, Wedover, 5. ,uii,-. of Va. Williams of N. C.
Wood-75..

COTILLION PARTY,
.t the i l,..'...., i oom:t
S, I V. MASI rc.ipt-clt'ily informss the ladies and
g,,oilemen t o:f '-. .. ,, -," ... tha Iis
in t I. ,-',"-a,, II ,. r i l- I- r i ,, f 1:' ., r. It-' n- 3 \i
,,-' ii Ro-m on Wednesdsy hfie 28ih inst to cons -
,", ,,:.:- fl.i.: I .: poslpor i ement, r. \t.asi wi:t intro-
ii. ll-- i b.: y a siaiil Miss, for this time, swell
as his new Cotilljons and Country Dance3.
feb 24-
...........................
I I' il I LI. l' *i-,
V i' receive iKin-l for I, i

.. -: ... rn. feb "4- 3t

GiL U. L );- *S P, i,.L LIST.

171h Day's Drawing of the
GRAND NATIONAL LOTTERY,
Fourth Class,
No 12,411 18,664 prizes of l1000t
26,763 100
All s..d A.t Gillespie's Office.
Gain f the wheel.this ;i .. r's.
This Lot'erv will drawv :,,- I ', iext at 9 o'-
clock, a. m. at the niayor'- .b-. ii I tu- completed
in 13 more .1, ,- iI .iJ ,1l i-e .-..i..-ving grand
prizes are ye- i. r i u.s i, viz: -
1 prize of 35,000 DL .1- .
1 10,000 [).'-!. .
2 5,000 Dollars.
15 1,000 ... i '
4 500. Dolirs.
24 100 Dolairs.
and several thousand smaller nriz- .
Whole tickets 914 00 Quarters 3 50
Halves 7 00 I.,..,: 1 75
List of prizes sold at Gillespie'- .-,;lc: last month, it
ihe pr-i-nil year.
J.nr. 1, ,. 2134 S ..i Jan 19, No 9346 1 00
2132 -i) 22 23 .872 1000
1770 O 1 l7o 1? i0,0
309 50 23 25,000
S8 3482 1000 26 14,116 '1000
12 29 441 100,) 18 928 1000
15 4661 500 29 991" 100o
26.311 500 27,173 1000
In al! amounting to the enormous sum of 78,500 dol:
lars which is the greatest number of prizes sold, in dif-
ferent Lotteries, by one vender of tickets in one month
in Akmnerica.
Cash advanced for prizes sold by Gillespie as soon as
drawn. .
For the lucky numbers apply at
D. GILLESPIE's
Fortunate Office,
Pennsylvania avenue, Waslington City,
W1h-:ie ord.:,.' I. mail or private conveyance receive the
most prompt attention. '
feb 24 G.
l'tl'l, II_: I. ,L .
',Y virtue ofadecree of Chaties county C.urfi ; ,
.L._ as a Court of Chancery, the It-.i'-,.i .. 1 v ,l i' ,
the highest bidder, on Fridav the c23d March next, at 4
o'clock, P. M. in the town oia Port Tobacco, the follow-
ing tracts or parts of tracts of land,to wit: part of Green's
Inheritance, containing .276 acres; Friendship, 118 acres;
Hlamilton's Woodyard, 53 acres; name unknown, 12
acres; part of Geesborough and H.k..r Discovery, 14w0
acres; and part of G l-een Hill, 336, containing in the
whole 9-26 acres, more or.less-it being the land mort-
gaged by Joha V\ ,..1- 1 r, and Sidney his wife to Ro-
ber,t W. Harper. I'lh.: ..perty is well improved and
productive 'This property will be sold all together or
dlivid, d, to suit purchasers; it is in one: tract 'I e in- ,i1
sale are: one third cashf, the balance in two ':'1' il f,\
t .. ..mne at 6, .. 12 n,.,- .ls [,.n i lc .I ,,' i
S, .,, purcha it... t- ,-, .,i.. ii thrl ,i .,.P I-... ,I security,
bearing i .r, i t r. st I. I. 11., ..1I ,t ... \, ,,,,- w hole
purchase limoriHy is paid, the Trustee will give a deed
-conveying al '.hi- ,Ikii and estate of John Weightman
and Sidney his wife, or those claiming under them, to
the purl-hauer.
feb 13--w6w NICH. STONESTREET, Trus.

WISTEiN LAW AND LAND AGENCY.
Si 1 .: C.)K & WILLIAM i uh1OWN, Coun-n
seliris andl A t'rneys. ., r.,.'. I t V-. a if di,
the seat o govtrg mene ie Il1.. ....i I1 i ,. I 0 ,. .i i .
Iiie ehcetiuon of money, ,i ii.n.. '.,-> ,.I I,, iri-i.'.,-,
ac. tot' tlcose wi:to niay confiu i ,- 1, i '., i .-, -r ln.
'The f'orier, while a menmbe 1 *ii -. .. ,. niay,ddur-
.. '.ssi)ils, be consulted at '* .i,, t.hi -,iy.
sept 4- --'.-i r


ize tihe imiiciing of li.ht houses on ,n:a and TItE CASE OF t..,L ,,',.rr. T-CINEr;.
Ponr' [41 in ,., in] ilit harbor i.o : ih 1.-v, .r, -- .
th moni-uth .if -'. rivl, ... i i- ... The bill for granting a pension to Crn. Samuel
of t' '-.hi-l1 n N.in'. '- i :-.r Tuicker gave rise. to much debate. The gen.
Soi r,., rn. L h *" 1-ii.ur of -. i.o."I, 'r. .-, tlrmen who spoke on the subject, in the House
the AltamnahTa river,, and for ethelr.purpo'ses, ve werc of Representatives, were erroneously arrangedd,
read a thi,'d tire, passed, aiid:scnt to -e -1- .-- accident, in the Daily Paper ,ft yesterday.
for concurrence, --. t 'hy ought to h:ve been arranged thus:
The hill -., i-..,i' ;r. tie Secretary bf State to Fonr T E n; .' T .r 'HE Ear .
issue a patelit to.: T'l: tcias Oxley was taken uDp. Messrs. Montgomery, Messrs. Metcalf,. .
S Ir. Lit'ir m moved .. i .,.r ic.,-. a i -. r n.-,- FI', er, Cobb,
on the I-I,. I I rii, h l, br r, ickney rI
i' t.i .l, :l i .t ,- ;i I ,; .l,1., 3rc, td Ii.: I. ,'- .. ,,,...,-r oi 'V a.
Ia... i -,: L' t ',, r -. I. t'. : r: .,J ,' -ti .,r th e was d -e.f l,,-
I I 1.

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l'h >: ,'j j r.pi I,, i i I .'n n hl I ; rl.l ) i. ', 1 .: -..: ..*,-.* li,.1-.i l I i .I, .r .. I
L'..-'. Li-' t.. i i ,i. i i' u l i i', ,, principle tha r, ',.. i f ..: ,o 1 i .,
T In L, -i .-i r,.. ..- 1., a ih rd r.- ,.Iir ,._ 1 ;. ,!0 .1r i ,- .-ed ;-r .. ice ; aid, 2dlly, to pay-
TlhI peaker l.id I.LlOle ithe H-. j Ii-r,, ing out a fund (the navy pension furid) created
!i .: the L i. nm i]-..,O:.] l h-. C- G er.,ril L) ,, O f-' -i. ': the al.,, I' .n of. tl .: v.'-. '.: -.,, a pension
fr.:-, ,..i.n.Lini.. tl c. r: i ,. r-irnh r.,i i., .'n.J; ', 1'i evolutionary y services. To the first obcjuc-
i I of tlu"i L ,-,. l i.fl..er- -t J it.:-.r, _..,.u t ; "* :, t was replied, that this case was very sim i-
LouI i-.I,3 on :, 1 I ., I .,nl ; k. lIhIi were refer- lar in principle to that of Gen. i.a.i:1 ..ind to other
isi t i F r c,-,I sc .- .ri l' lic 1. 1 -. cases in which pensions had been granted for,
f1'h: "l]..i., 1 i..j 1. .. th.: iI.iiJ. a I..,- i s.5rt'irces, and not for disability; and to the se-
1.o, '1, 1 I -a -i e .l...I : U l I .. (l- i conw d,. i [ 1 : ,l t ,.i... ih! n p ensio., i'\F ,,
I i : rhe '|,r .r.'oi 1 ,j1 5 h p l :i d ,i.._ ':: 5 p.r.*t o -, I- 1 i lth ,e .l i l fi i.k
ih l. I\ 1 I, l i I I 1 | -1 1 ir ll.: I l l e t .. .I' l ,', l.I, ,J : t l ', I I 1 : I p t ,. ,


One of iheli- iniii":I objections to republican
institutions is said to be their propfeniitv to ir fie-
quent change in public officers. \V\ Iit'.ci that
be true in the main, and applicable to this Repub-
lic, I leave to the numerous and anxious expect-
ants to decide. That 't is a just reinark, and a
very sensible and forcible objection to republican,
forms, I readily admit,when those frequent chan-
ges are carried into offices which require an elc
mentary education, preparatory to the exercise
of their duties, and a long experience to familiar-
ize the incumbents with their intricacies; because
that every new officer must be tatight at the ex-
pense of the government, and men of talents will
neither prepare themselves for anchlI -,tc.i,- n-or
seek places of so precarious a tenure. Ji ..es,
anfl military officers cannot be made too ': riair,
in the durability of their places, for the longest
life and the most assiduous application are not
too much to form a good judge or accomplished
officer. But, how many other offices are there,
which require but ordinary talents, and a few, days
practice, to fulfil their functions ? Such offices
should be, in this land of active industry, but the
resting places of the weary, the hospitals of the
wounded soldiers of capricious fortune, where
they may take breath, cicatrize their wounds, and
then give place to other victims of the fickle
dame.
There are nainy, offices which require none but
common talents, where great fortunes have been
accumulated in a few years. Here, I should
suppose, that a rotation was not only just and ex-
pedient, but it appears to me that a long continu-
ance of the same incumbents in such places, is of
a very anti-republican tendency ; and that this
growing evil were right worthy of the serious at-
tention of the Legislature. REASON.
Feb. 17, 1821.

DIED,
In Boston, onrl I .-,rr.riiu ,.e 1 ii 10th instant, after an
illness of several 1:-' .-1 i.. Ae,, JAt1ESa PRicsz, Esq.
United States' Marshal for that District.


Ssole B. 0, Tyler,
Sole :,gi rf-i I- rIe !le M.ai e -.


fed 24.


ALLENS' PRIZE LIST.
GRAND NATIONAL LOTTERY,
Fourth Class.
Seventeenth Day's Drawing.
No. 1-,411 18,664prizes of 91000
26,76 ; 100
Draws again on Friday next.
After lirte-e r -e -.,r more the grand prize of 35,000
dollars will -e I ..i,r,,i. Thirteen drawings more will
complete the L..ti, and the following prizes yet to
be Jir r.i, iz. f. i ........ ..... .
o1 p ize of $ 3.,'..'i.o- -.-.
:: 1 10,000
2 5,000
15 1,000
4 500
24 100
and several thousand smaller prizes.
\, -,'e tickcs 14 00 Quarters 3 0
Halves 7 00 Eighths 1 75
Foe sale, warranted undrawn, at -
S. & M. ALLENS'
Lottery and Exchange Office,
Penrisylvania avenue, Washington city.
Orders by mail, addressed to S & M. Allen, Washing-
tou city, will be attended to with the same promptitude
as if personal application was made.,
feb 24- S An

YNEW CIRCUS- Washington City.

ON THIS EVENING, February 24, 1821.
The performance to commence,
For the third time here, under the direction of Mr.
Wm. West, a grand
TURKISH PARADE,
And Mlameluke Entree, with 16 Horses.
To conclude with complicated Military Manoxuvres.
(For the last time,)
HARLEQUIN STATUE,
Or, Gigantic Ghost, 16 Feet High.
For particulars see bills.
feb 24-


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-I_ .. c1!. c' Dt opa ertne l'ship l r .'x;-t er h.'. -f r, .
/._-__--_ _--w _-.: .is, 1 ,L/"-,J1N, .'. -II & Co t,,,is this -.y ,...,,.l ,, ... .i eon-nt,
Those indlb-.ed ton *te sefidirm are reqnsted to pay their
sc.:u s 's o W ilIiam ni. (-'annell, a. i .e .-,-.i ... of said
ST'-P TT --... o f," ...,I ...... .i '. i" i a :o is I.. tr. ILir- H Gunnetl,
SATURDAY, FE R LI UtAR 4 .. ashes auihorised to settle with Hi. i

We have pleasure in iiIIrIaI,,-,ntL the arrival uell cli f. ;. i iT.- r, rd
of M rr F.-j. :-,i our Minister to Spain, at the the public in -..ioceral t. at he ha .... iiindj t It,,. I'.Jr.,,d
Ec ofr grv' -nn.l- it. a comrp'eteassortrri,, ,- rr r ... i :,,.cc aine "c, i,,i.ies;'
l'. r\ A|It.l -. ,I n i ul .ch il be sold low
The E If n_1 ThiiI,' E % unin., in honor of ,W r ', i r LI
the birth '.-v of W-.Va ii .-ion, lb,-. l- I h inr ni l- ., r 'r har ,1'II .kin, i sol f I -, Pa-rl._, r.d. ail
merously attended by i: iL.zrli. anI> ilan III i ae-idi [-h 2' ,
dthci f.,rill ,.i. iAieniedil 1, the Presider -." -
the United States, the SC, ,e_. i : of State andl IM .p,'r:,,n or i ,... .I rut .
of the ,N avy, i .,, c t f Co gress, and o .t r i .,..., h- ,r'. m,-, ..i I Ii ,-,.ti o
ul.ilc ,,lI.. :. T he R .p ,.Acuir:,, I. ,,f France, 'i '.-'t r r Lr''a -l d t -
Great Britain, Spain, Sweden, and tlieir respec- -8.. i 1 .. r.frN. (I. B. l Ilt\\ N.
tive suites, and -a part of the Russian Legation, h
the British Consul General, &c. also attended, in I it:,(I, I nsl i., rTh,rnp' fr [h,/..
the fill uniform of' their respective stations. It 1")!',I ..... -, i, -. 1 r. ..,,- e .,p p r-' ,,I h.'.- t ee-.
is grateful to fiti.J ,i .1 i'a r' r-ri-re f.4i the virtues -. ..-r-L tI .1 r ,i ii,-, t.om .,,',. .ck
pof th ir llin. i, : i ;ttacl,n ,-. I t to h vi p',lilhl I r I s eIrt ) r pla t 1 f L I s E
[0ril ;i.il' e ,, .. '. ui ith ,: L i:,ilrh and 1II r.. t, -rn. ., ,h .-' I- ittl, 4 ,,f-. .itr, .
l h'i i Yel.I IfNt 'ii -li l E. snq,-. "" Ni" Ir' .r

v h, ,l I h,, _-h' ,- i ... ,, : NI',, l ,I ,, r, I., ,,, i X P, r p re i. 'A c ,,n-
*,, ,-_, l,, ., ... li,, .r,- his har.. ., ,ti,,,n h ; l '-'." '' I i i.. '.-".-.e .-- C ., i Ti ,, n nn-
r-, ; ... i. ,-', lumns are devoted to purpos- I -", ..
S r ,,,,,.- .,, ,,I .. r.Irial bickering-. M r. ni- ,l, 1..:. I.,b r I, ieI r t I ., hr ,rJ,' ,I -
,therefore, r .,-i 1i ,. .- h1i,: grey goose-quill at l-. \ e .j .i nl ,rr ,- ', I i,,lo -rv,se '.r wra't tir
do not thini: ... .. t A his day, to stoop to .J-icr, i j. rid i.rucct-d to the esr.c, ..f c-rerr : ..i....
ourselves .:.- .. r .i. I ... In. ,,, ,- ,,. V' \. l' NG .iiFIE L.D ,
-N k )-. 1il
is,- .,"[I l t n I,, k,, tie N., b ., ft. I, 'A
'l ,. '.I l-, I II. 1.-. p i t i .e w o ,Ial 1,,.1 p 1 ,. ,,,, ,1 1, G1. 1 I, .;-h 12 ,, *1 l I I I I L ,\ .

II ,n,[,l- ,.,l ,r. .\ IK I.L \ \ .\ I s ..\L I-.
m *' i-B.l ,, ,i r .11 illl h tile i .ar, r, I to
SUPiEi.iE COURT 41 nB i, .;.,c.
AN ELIr.xNr fG lN\IiiiT i ALIC .\(liN
ii D I '., FEB. 23. .. 1 l., ,. ., -t .. r,%,s ,TI .I. i..4th
The ar' -"T nt of lhe' case of the r. i or ,l i rint. t II .,'r i,:, .. ir, ,,i ,,:I i,, e,
g ,, .1 C-I -r.r,-3,, II "r,, axer ,ue, i p-P ii t, 1 B ,',~. i' ho l, a L ,i Ioan
-,.- i *, i ,1# ,_ ..., ., ] nl ,, claims ant, I a I,, 1,-. 'hir n'A"; l s
J'.'* '- hvt' IJ, ./ andMr.-Pink/nI/r : .rithe I b 28- A- I"._.-,J:E5 P'OO1t, sue.
respondent, and by "Ir. M :itchell for th! c l,.i;,.A f r i .. .. i- ---
ant. .. r n i,.
T he case of W ilkins and othe:. .. / ,,'!i,. l. ,, l:e i r .,' J r 'i ,
., .: -- ,,r' i :r i- r-,r ,,] i r inre 1 ioi- -T Or. I M.r .iL .
vw north i i.' r., | ,-..45, w as .-' ..i..:,: ., .t f ],,t .i--,.ti
Ogden iil i i i-..t .
L ;: \u i [al' '1 i -, pDin r N-ri :ri[
tf i+ .i i ,I2 ni ./ ,*i,-4h.
V. l I ,.] that t1,: case of Johnl A ,, ., -.i ._t .. 1. .I.I N ,.e n r.Ni.
SOP, !' thl 1 ii error, against Thomas iii, .:,L, ,.- pi -I. ilt, ( I .'.- I t ,. il
Sergeant at .\i n ,...t the louse ol f .-1 'l: .I ve,- If i1 n i p .-. A ,e I t'-.i ,i' l I. i1
ties, (the celebrated case of alleged con ,. lI pi I a ri i.r ,i ,..., a.'. f ,, I b .- i. ,t
o f th e H o u se o', ,1 ,l .: ,ii,,.. ih e ,..u l i ;,r ',- .. . ... .-..- I l, i a e .
'i h, 1 a- rI.., f r r i i, I! I c rs
States,) com es i, ., I e ,i ,,-d i i,,- Suprem e ,I ,. c : .i .., ri-m r.'~ b r e ii t .
Court on '.. ..1 1 % next. M r. Attorney G general i.. i I i. .. ,.. 1 i,- rI-,.-. r,' ,,.
Wfirt and Mir. Jones for the House of IR .,. ., .* i. ill P"**:iV.EL k. ik .c r.tn
tatives, and M r. f H all for the P L. in tT. l',: '- r. 1', .' \ -ii neat.
S11 i" 1- 1- 'ii ri 'ii. largest T_,"tteriPs ever rr' n,, in
'o t -i'i equntry, ati- it- it n r,-i..l r i 0 ir i, b.i ab..i.it
ScomM eNicAT ON.] I.; *l. Month- .u.-, oe cl,eme .n i- rst i-.,,eeJ, rnd
MESSRnS. i onlTT S : that indrt.- Lotteries. have t..- pr.- i ,i.o', il, ,t e. -
TIhei .. .... ; ,I .. rt izinth Zephyr, which ap- tion of the public during th:. 1,1..:. .:- i-.i i,. I-, '. .,.
peared in 1, i ih: i ..,h.. -, .1 ... i..- o. to sort r l .r .1 t tl..' Ilie b. le .i" F i,.: 1 r, f 'a e 1 -I ku .. -
to y o ii sevrmtal r ,n laitca 'oly s, I l.- h ,, ,h ..:.:,, t e,'', r ai r i d \ '.- I ua l r..i.ulj i ar h' _- :., i .. i -i :-
ed in (his ( .1 _, .. o" ih.- i. im prov. I-. i--I .I .,.,-r ..ld .,..% ,-x er' ,. ,- i, \ :t ,e h .v r,.t u ..u- n C
streets. 'Thli r I fn ... relied upon, and r i 1, 1 nki I '.f r I i .i or.n i:. i- nh.v. ii'- s] ., ,,.1 'are
he I tby exe vw ili sstes ,..1-..I, 1i. i, t a- I. .l, ,- I n t- -"n *r
I e- ii i last iloonth, as a Frederick county I; .,i' r i : i r, i 'i ,11 ,,..r' r'-I.
ron %, was i. ,I i ..- ,..,.:,- .. of six fine 0 'O rders f- r I...:t' liuri klul', re- ve-I b','
,, atl inernly .' I, 'l... I. I ]i'- as he came S \. LL ,':,
;.car the valuable iminro enient at the corner by the Of- Pennsylvania avenue, Washinigton Ci,'.
tice of the Secretary of State, both driver, wagon, Philadelphia, feb 22-24-
horses and lli,suddenly disappeared. Luckily, 'j,1. i, -
thie end of thie driver's whip remained visible above The Ti'- '-'t sili f! ralh',i- rf'tte
g-rouiid, which being laid hold of by a liackmnan, brought _R \ D NAT Nai r L C OT ERY.
the whole iafta to light. -\ND NAION.\L CAN XL LOTTERY.
The same day, a Dandy sunk into a great hole near itiIK place yes.-r,l. In-.ii-ic.. o1.1it ;s I rer,- ,I kble
the Mansion Hlouse Hotel, and would certainly 1 -~.L r cocumstance t .e ''r ii. ., hir oe' r '-r-- ir- ..' .1 u'iiv
i 1 ..,.I. had not tihe immensity of i..ii.m rI i prizes over ; ir, r n,,- a -No. -'.. .Sl ,j,
I. -' I ii., ..l ,.,,i i l i', punched t .1. .... i .-. N Il.J U. 5 .* Gain ,'ot ti e iui 1 -34 .-,arnd
., i .-., *i ,,, I I'h i. Ilt to i j' rna. the .i'-,l ,-.tI ,r, : i .- i '
TIvwodays after, .,1 i-. ,r, i -. hat, ,.,ii.j .-ur 20,000 DOLLARS
of 1,.. ... the .I.... .. by | r' ;, fl ', r ; : :. r : II
it happened, very oIv.f,. ii I .. .- [at .. .... i.. h- I,,. t ri dr ,., i ,; o roi I M .f.i i nor ,,i,.- next
her head by three dozen and a f IA., r,,, N.B. The, Only 70u0 o'..., I.. i,he .Ir ,, to compjle.-r- i,, lottery.
ail, .-i ,it wear false hair. and there are yet to- be dri..In
Last Wednesdav, a poor lame sailor, in attempting to prize of r.i. -u Dollrs.
make his way.-to the Navy Office, tituck in the mud, and 'Y.
was extricatr-d only at.the expense of his ri/iht leg, which of '2 ,000 l Di qrs.
\%as left in the hole. Luckily, it happenedixio be a wood- 37 of 1,000 L I1ars.
en leg, Or there is no knowing what would have become 9 of 500 Dollars.
of the poor man. And a great number of F100, ,50, &c. &c r.i i-. dr.wn.
All persons are .-r. i., ... ,,,., r against travelling in In four drawing's n re the g-.. .; I prize of
the aforesaid place-.,, i' -. ','r much suspected that 40,000 DOLLARS.
several worthy persons, who have been missing some and 30 of (1000 goes into tie wheel
time from th is place, are at the bottom of this bottomless Cash advanced[r01 prizes r, ,I lrf],nd. '-J] pr.~ tickets
business. '.'i[-, l'l, I]O.L receri'- d ..r.f-. Ii.rk e n.
Feb. 22. OLD CHRONICLE. W re I,-d ,',, Sir. r. in proporr;ir if, lut -;It i.:

ROTATION OF OFFICE. I -.'ir,-r rro. plymier.d-Ai l '
_\ lrers promptly a e rn,].'d to h


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ARTICLE 1S. A RrllcuLO VS
'Both Cr4itvoi'.%I l tli'.'1t4 i-:...wishini4'-to favor !444V i'I4ambas potenc,,ias contratantes
thio u il.tual4,14c4. II 42w. lB iutlilmc~tln,' itn ''14 fav~ovecri'cicoulIercio I" 1,441. 'Tr p14.l1 d
Iborts evevyy necessarit 1l.'.'.tl i' i to k-i r w' T atla tuhi.eniSuIs puortos todos l' Il\lej,11-
spective fll1'thant 1 I"S4k. I..1111c'a: -m.IllitI Venionthsasiits 6 g T-tAKl'" buc1ec4 merchants,
the '.'a ;who AA lIi dL'M't 1Ann?11thvii i r hap ctl'ap ll)I'llivu t'ho'w iC ed',.'Y ei I'4v N ,j'
Ads in thy jpit tb of tilwlitIwt' shall tbe arrrt'". .fiarnict-os, (me dt:1l1ivt't't ale F.16 biJlilLuv' eu Io$,


(Ia r' ii from tithe irst pi .) +l
since the ate of the ,.,0 .. ti,,i ot r :1 0 ailad l ada al De.l;artaient'o de E.Iadj d ta Re-o
li i thie siglnatIule of this treaty. Pllin a. o M i ti.t d'.. Io, E,.tades i. ldIs eli
]i, reoljunciation of his Catholic M-je'ty E-laa.
ext ends'" L Il.illj r incia de S. ,M Cn. '.e extiende:
1 To all the injuri....< .l ill th.e cou- 1. A 1.d1 tll, pIujiIci..s (w.i.i o. nel
vention of th 11 th of' Augist, 1802. convello de 11 de A :.-,to. .
2. To ti,, -.1n1. which his Catholic Mn Ije.y 2. A las cantidades que supliho,para la vu-
an.-'d fie'r ihe, return of C':-ipt:iin Pike "f'.ii elta del Capitan Pike, doelai pron: iais, hirtcer-
lthe li.\i. :a-. fnternas. nHas.
S. To all injuriiies caused by tilhe exp liti .m S. A los perjuicios causados por la expedi-
of Miranda, thit was fitted out and equipped cion de .liaiinda. ai.iada yequipada ellN iM a
at New York. York.
4. To .all claims of Spanish subjects upon 4. A toila l.as re'enatnioi Ie ,lIj s lihli-
the government of the United Statl. at Min.1 .tos de S. M. Ci,. .a. ,. It.i el G(ibi>l'uo tie I.,',
froimi i ihi'.ft',.1 e i7 f ;'. s a sta. ,u>r i'if fhi Estados [Tnidh'.. .l.l.e de pr i -
pro -ts .il1d ivrr'itior'ial ijui .d i tlinl O tfO L niL d fiscacion:e- iliu-.t;a a i e in in ia l" CiO e li O
S at,. .i. p t t. tlo I i i In ie lo.; E.,tad. l inijdo4i ,
I irnall t,-e .11 the clhim o <>r fi ; of ii k A tid l ;,- recLiiacio i de I., si ,litrs
'atih ,ic M aij,- l upon the i i iii ul ..f t il de S.-M (a. .. lli t i ci G .bierio lie Ij. E-ta-
iUilited State in .'Alieh 1',? int,-i ipnitiici ,,t dos Ultid,.... en 'll .._ hai a r.e: niaidlo i .i in-
hii. i .'il ,li) ,'I M ua .- .. ,. .iil't itll iIlh. l-. hi-ele l tl |l.l,;': i,- illi d l I lji-jI.i .) dL(- E |).tFla antrll s l 1e
il-I i .d it l d ,,ie ll i- .ai, ,.1 1,w I.At.r .1t v nd la fecha dc : t-it,.d, u ) dd- I i l ,'h 1 d,.1
:ii, ', tle date of tihe ,,e 1 iiiii)i of I ,,l I. or convenio de 61 .), 4 que hayilia sido preseilta-
v-hiii, iiun v haveheen nIA -: to, thi, Drci1lalt ilneit das al De'liai iv.i-wi.,, lle E-,tado h.. .S. M .
i. I Foigii Afiairs of his MAajesiv. r 10to his su Minist,., ,'1 I'. E-ltad,- U'nido-..
M minister in tlie United R.tt'-s. Las all>a., partnr-n ,.n at!"lI .s lr'' hllninl re-
And tlie ki M li r(,til ;i "ii i parties. respec- ciprocamente todos sus idii.t;-cri -, n ,iil.-inuiz;a-
A tl v,reli,,illC' a l '1 ii t- id.titl il i e* for cioneS por iali ifjil-Ra i'- i.. illilii,.- a otill.-
.till ,*1 h Iit rc'ul c hnits orl t.ii.ttiCl"Pits of s im ie lntos ) tI.'i'a; i,,n;. il. iti, 1,0--i,_ 'lii'.-
tfi1 it .'iectiM 'a L.tit neiialllhrs and officers ii comiandante- f l.l it i ii -,1 Fl.'II i -,...
i1he i rI'iii+. Y los E -inadtlo U nidi. ',;A .ilt'.i ii- If )i.I -
2 Tlir U iit,'d i iifia a }ill 1cnu 114 ..iti. ,'li'ui to ,il iii ,,-. s l I, ibi i ii ... I,, li l i ll,. ,,\ habi-
be nia'de filr tile in iUrivl, i1' ail l h. i tanite y ,lh ian',.- F.-.ii,.,, -. |i]-i in.| :i! h...'Al-
ilroi '-,.. 4 of law hall bI [ ti. :l|!tl h t," hl \ e l ti l al' hl r s,'l'r;i [,ni ll v r -i.n... do
li'li tell; ':l'd b1)\ Ih i Sitai li ,ill, 1 aid in- E xer',il. A.l .lii.l 'i,; i ii elias..
dn i it iil S pui '-illi i ii ht ,litait.. lJV ltl' laite i't'- ; .
atii I uf tlhe .nliuv ri,inll i'l in Flo' id,;. a F o "a
ARTICLE 10. ARTI'-L'Ui 10.
The convention entered into ,between the Q'i, ,d;,1 anuimisd,' el convenio <(.1bo1. 1ile los
S'\ governments, on the lith i.rf Ai1.e,:ast, d'- '.li.-Ile i,,, en I I ill .I c.,s:,.i, ,i 1802, cuyas
o,. theratifications of which v.w.ei. xclang- rat i.ii.'a, aii:4hlon r' gia.da_ n, 21 de Di-
cd tlie I, t December, 1818, is aliniull:d. Cie IIllie d ti IsI ..
I .tTtlC 11. "Itr4-C o 1.
Tlh Ul-nited St.at,:-, <-exoie.-r.tiit litrtil S in from La Etahdu e Ul.ils db-e arandio ra la Es-
'ai demi andiill I fil' i oniiO-. 01 ,t1 il of lie lafi i 0 ilPra lo t .as -i,.) c t.i ,l. as t 'i 1t. .!in;i -

ti-,1l, hi ti',ih ct,litaiiit'l exte-ni i. and Ln i'!,-'- i'," i ,-i-_ac lel,_' Olu e.ic,re Ni.,t.,d,,. dall-
I.1 ihi -Ptl il iil. I c.it I I lled,n i .illi.t'-t.a ? lo fif S.,1' fl it-i,:r'l iI- C *h,_l-,_ i .lad t.ri ati so-
'idtke I li 'alti n lli' tilI: sun ire. o ,li1 alnllinll I''. e la -s ai id u..t i a iu de ,ti I I -a h. lia-
), xfix d i.t : i rom illion-, a fi d ild n l .'l tI ', h tu la I' iti Il' ahil l il i iii, d e i l'l)S
a,t -._i' t in ,li t ifll ,ii : :od tai l l ai msit li _.- l VIL E l Sil I'e idlei ii liiu h rdll ti., 'la l
,iailii., a '0 t-. iitl iu .il. to ru i .i.,i 11 H iref i ,,i- :iliifillt'i ,i.l .l i ,ti i k .i d el ,i,. i il i 1
Ci.i ll. ;i ii thn.e d C'iti..!io fl lt e U ,i,-i it',l.: .,,maiuiiii .s ,,,n ih p -ta 2 e\ i 04t r C-'oii.iii fd i .i.Lo ,
._ i 11 ,.- a[ i| t .-J i r I oi te ..hl-,..i. Itb) id 'i l i dIonla la los Estadoes, La U idi'-. i para ; -
.il, tie ll- I t ;!id Ci..-l ,t If l ithe A, i r,, I..,- con .ertidunbre, el imported tutrj l I
'*hiiril ronm.iUli'',.i i -l I. in.' t ati i' e li, ,rf justificacion d.- estas r,:.cl.u, i,,n4 ;e-4: la .quai
WAciti.h,'tmi. itiii. within tl. -e.r of,tiree se reunia den la chidad V. .iIn-,ihi y en-
c.. I'1 i tih,. t0eine of llonir li4'st 1 -li..:, el espacio de tries aios, ditl e : u i.I.:I.111 1o pri-
shall i-.'-i,:, examine, and decide ipon the mera, recibira, examiniara,. decidira soblre
avieiin f anid ail;lit,\ of allthe claims il,.-lnId- el imported yji-.i.ilc .....oe do th, i lais recla-
ed v it.in the deslcriptiors ,. --It % Ii i it,;,,., ,!. n aciones arriba l, 1es..t ,,ts i l-., ritis. Los
T it- :il C .i i- i..I i--; i, < a a di .' .... ;] ii ,i. l ... pil I star ii ,iii que
.11ii iiu,111 t.fbej cub'.red on the r,-'. f;,r se onatara en Jos quadlernos deo suis opera-
t!, ir I. c i',i.-,. tIe 'ie rf.ilhii e I Idii,., 1,i ciones, paira el *I ., !.iI I fi., -11 y eficaz de sus
ti--. ainir. 1 1. l9. 1 d ties; .i1i .1 ii ,.. .. l til, deberos, y e n caso de icn! ... il..-,l.,:ti I.,,, 6-
"i .e a ir. 1i' ku,. ,' ii.. n .' ,Ci t ., ,i r f ari y i ,-; .. i, i,.e' i'.. ii.- *.o i,,I.o iI a ll.-' seri, re-
-u h i .',l ip Pi i ,., I l -I.. ii I ii ,. |l I.,.:ll'. dcl I l' s. i .l, i,, a por el '.
[ .. :.i[[,,,iiilhit .'-ni a, .ii '-.l 1. i,'- ,\ I '," -:' -1 i lc de los -.-il>1ih.. .,,, ..-.. en ausen-
i '- i,' .,2 ,,1> il., LUi,.-lh' a i ,4 h -. .,lii i.,;" tlere- ciat del Sellado. Los dichos comisionados seo
S1 thile Senate, of another to .n l-i...',l, haalran autorizados parta (ir y examial-
id r-a.. TheUsaid C* ,.1.,.;.-i, -.;:...!l baejojur'anento qialqu'era demand r'elIitiva i
J a.. hi;..i-z .d to hear and examine, on oath,' dichas reclamacioneos, y pae-;t recibir ics testi-
-evsrj. i,,..'i reftive to the a. d l.:i '. and moito.is autenticos y convenientes relatives Ud
to'l--c''i\e all suitable ..,,.,i i>et ,noio y c .ll':- .. Ei Gobqierno a E ,or a ia r soubo iiinistra i gE
i thi itn, e. A .! t;.-_,, a,,,' i- ,i todos aqtellos ,i n f-l-A, du et.< y aclaraciones quee
1vem- ,t Irt inl ,,riiish allsuchlrdocuments and estean eln su poder para cI .,ii,.ti de las exprle-
lci. Li' i'i, is ,I ;i e t ill their possession for -, e .,' .i' 'i1..iuiio s,. segIu' los principios de
thI." i ,-i: ieiit of thie said clit' .... u.-ci'i: j, 1' j*lit.! .. ,I ,1,: 'h' .i e Iai -', y law I.'sti i,,l,-
o the Irinc;lpi. o f justice tI e 1 ai; i I' 11 I I ci' ies del t',f,1- ,'i,t- i ft'- ies 6l ,,i lla:s lie do27
tions, aL id the d iposilatiitns t ie h lrII ari .i.-.1 de Octobre 4 1 79 ur.,d, ,i ih,,ilh.iaitG o i e es-
't t-ii le tioe lt r li -' tIh 4 -t1 l e1,i'rl -'I -.. pecificaran quaiido se i,].i n iihie-talci.t de
lilte' <.iill i," iihi,- to be .per-ified > iA, 1 -i il,- ,d ', I' l inl .. .. ;
'm:mdell at the instance of ile f ia4d! C',lnuii,1 1 L4 ks E tad,.,, iills pa arrIi a;iielas sI -
"5t','i .. !. e'ln v sean aili.iti,-!- y a l-t tL,ade
Tihn: of,, thnet if ,ith iihair may il ad- 1i"" I; dichos _,.iiiioliadjs. 6 por la nii ,i.j
[iti-.: ,l a,.r l.>t. es', of'the major part of then, to..an aiatimiir millions de pesos fuertes, sea in mediata-
,1, ex.:r,-,l,.:.;.; i,'e IMil;i.,,- rI d.Ii!r;. shaIIll le mente elr su Tesqreria, 6 por medio de Uno
made by the United .t'ltes, eit' i r :.ne ,,;te- creation de foindo,.con el interest de un seis
ly at their Treasury, or b cI,- :;h iti, i'f porh iiii.-t a an. 'pa der-j d-: ( products
briar- .bearing an interest of six per cent. per de lags ,o:nta 'de los terrenos vaidios en-os
a.im,. payah!,', ftir-n the ie .-:i, ,.lr ., -,!-. If territories aqui cedidos k tlos Estados Unidos,
albiii'm.1ii- V. ilhi t eIi. i l i Ci.nI i ,.:- o 6de qualquiera otra inanera que el Cogreso
t tt I'e ULid e.t.?-.. o ein -,.,.:l ,1'nin', u'.iin. de los Estados Unidos ordene por ley.
rs t!.e i..'!nL-ress o' tli- United i le- iiav Se dpii.o.iiai, despues de concluidas sns
4prI'.rilh 1 ic. i;sn transacciones, en 'el D'1 pariu i i, -. i e t .i.itl,,
TI.e reto'ri els of' thal-' tis-'lis '.the .hl ,d. I- i- lj E-tados Utiidos, li' qUieirino de I'.is
t o'ri.n ithi r,-. .4-4-tih r wil ;i t-s p s lo er- "1t r,1 im,-- de 1,ii dilohIs (' aim )iinl jun-
,nd deiinirilui ii. s peU'i- ,'ce l hv!;,i, ih. ',:, l .! l<'.ri\ l t.i ,in i ,-t. c a., ,s d*,(| i uf.ni ilI.i:i (; .. |- h;_ pre-.
t, tle i.'aini. i ti li.i.a le .iai l i.'- i i ii i.. ui '-t'i '.n -ll.i t i las reclatr aciones qie de-
Iy tIliunml. shail, aftcr it, ii.' ol,] the fiaf bo i ;i .l ta y decidir; y l,. l rn copiatls
an ins. ble deposited in the Drvihittenp t1" d,' *-ll.,, o dtt pa0rt0 hi- c!,<.- at Gobierno Es-
Sta'e .if tlle U:'it,..d St.i,:s; alniJ .)..lis..-., ui,,:iii, p'I',l. *,i Ipeticion de su -M initir,. j en los E s-
Of any part oi' them. li'l It,:' l'uiuriih.:d io ,ln,: t1oda .lrnidJls, si lo solicitase.
1l.. i,-h; o Government, i af c,:.iii'o. al the de- o
iJaud of the Spiandi, Minister in ;nio tt. or
States. + A +*
- + ; : r' _-,. 1.'.- 4 _. ARTICUC ,O 12. "
1',,. treaty of -limits 179e, remains .n_,irun. 1 in all, a i.i ea.?h '.l:n? queda confirmado en totos y cada uno de sus
of its ai-ticles, excepting the 2d, 3d, 4tili. lst, *irti:U.S'i,. except los nrtici{i 2l, 3, 4 2I. y
and tle second clause ofthe2d ai.i, ie. \,iii.],, la. segunda claustila del *:-_', q.,n- Iabiendo si'do
having been altered by this treaty, ,ir 'bh^ in.g alterados por este fi..l.td,,. 7, c*:irlik,- en-
r*ceived their entire executionaa no !,,iiy''r teramiente no pI. d., i- ,,.i \ ,h,. al- ...-.,.
val. G da respectal .t.ticulaiSdel misino tra-
W.ith respect to the 1 il, a;.ri 1- of'the lie tado de amistad,. limit.. l, i ".mn .;-1, ;,,ni, 1 1795
tivi! \ ,*h-,d-h p. Li ii .. d N ,. o i;ir ti, i.. en I i -, i-iiili. *(K. la b l,,, i
,,t' i :-.. in whichit is ..tipl l.t,. ,L .,) ''o |..g propiiedad, lan ',i, ishc i iii.. I; 1 .-
<,i;l! uver l,,e rpr,-,l,)ty, tie two higt-h con- contra'antts en que esto se (*i.ei,.ii: a-si con
tractinag parties agree that this shall I.,L: ., 1u1- respect ak ;'i,, Ilun Pr,,..,_.i,l que reconozcan
d.; o -..i.. with r>: jIi-ic 1, those powers who re- este 1i"ri i|)i.; pert+ que, si una de las dos
cognize this principle; but, if,-ih-_,.,-,* the two parties nl-
C,,,ir ..,..clhii. parties shall +be ,-i v,.r with a ura torcera, y la otra neutral, t;.-'bandera de



p! incipk.. and. not of others.


Id and delivered iu. at the iniistanr i. of the
consul. \\l,, hliall piro e. nle-, erhll less, that the
deserle'rs b he-,llz.ed to the :ess>els thai .laim
them, exhibitin igih t- doc.imelt that is cus-
tomary inll their nalion: that is to say, the
Amerii'nn consul ill a Spani-.h port, shall ex-
hibit the doruimelit Ikw. iii by the nanie of dr-,
li1.s,. and thie Spaniih lcniisul in American
ports, the Roll ,ii tlhe .essIl; and if the name
of-the de'i'rte-r or deserters., who, are claimed.
shall appear it, the mie or the other, they shall
be arrested, hvIld ill custody. and delivered to+
the vcel to liich they shall belong.
ARTICLE 14.
The United Si: fe- hereby certify that they
have not re..irtted any compensation from
France, fori the iiijuires they sufit.'ed Ifroni
lier [iri'iateers. conisuls. and tribunals. oin the
coa-ts. anld in thle porls of Spain. for the sa-
tist"' iti ini f \iich provision is imuade by this
treat:; a d,.1 hllvy will present a.ll aullientic
statement of the prize-, made, and of their'
tite \ alue,that Spain may nia3al helrielit oflthe
same, in such manner as; s.lie may dih(.mt just
and proper.
ARTI-LC 15.
The Unitf-d Stiates. to -ive to his Catholic
M.I.It-.ty :a prloo of their desire t, c-iiement the
I'. 11.r- iis lof a inity sitisi ,.tihl~ bet\ C-il tile LWO
natioll,. alld toL avo ill ie 'noiilliit:ic of the
siuil.jc' t- ,I Iii. Caiitlh lic M .ijestly. agi'ee thtlit
Splltii.h t.e 14'l I, telingi la-de,'n only 0 i' i ppro-
iIrtiiin-. of phi, iiis li t'ii\\ ti oi' In iii'itli tiures1
dinecily Itroin thle iir ts ol Spaiii or I t hlerl c -1
lonii-i shalll L e. aiinit, h e! ,ai' : temi t t>w-'\vel e
earl-;, t-l tih- lie p rts if Peiacola anid St. t lu-
chatilie. ill o lt Flirida-. \t i lhlili [iai ingl'tit er
,i lii l:trilt i ticiti '- i ii l. ( ''i t tcalg i lls. or if lon-
i;rae, tlhaIi l be paid b- the \s .ls ntf ithe
United t'tls. Durl' ing lthe lid terill. ino
,,thei nation shall enjoy the same privilege's
iiitihin thec'eded territories. The twelve years
shall commencie three moiinthi- after the ex-
change of ithe latifications of this treaty.
ARTICLE 1N6.
Tlie pr -eet iteaiy shall be ratified in diue
fol'iU. by tle woiifraCI"lgplari>h. alid t ie Iti-
fi, ati, ii i -hall be xchaii. d il l si. moniiths
f'eoli iifo. lt il or i110 iel', it tpol.Sid llle.
wIn r\ai('as \\tioiseine, we. alne tiederul'ittln
Pleiiputehii.larie` i e Unitd blat.,(itl' iAmle-
rii.a, aiid ofl his C'at holic M ajtcy.. li[\e Jiginti,.
Iby 1 irt., le ,,WilI 19l)Vi. l lit p'e.s- nt T reaty u1
_\Anii\y. '*-l.th.'ii n~nl, tr i miislt;. and li a!e
li'i-euntoi l lIi; led our sfo als. reejt-cti\ely.
Doi-e it \Vasli,.:ton,. tlis twenty-second
da( of lbr'ual.ry. one tho.u-ail eight hundred
and nineteen.
[SEAL.] JOHN'OTlNCY ADAMS.
+[SEAL.] LUI.SDE ONIS.

And whereas bis said Catholic Majesty did,
year of our Lo'id ine thousand eight hundred a
which ratification isin thie words and of the te


ELI pl'es.ee tratado ,i:-. ratificado en 1de-
biadd t'uliia l'or 1;s pd.I t-. couitratantis. y la5i
ir atiikari' nes se CiI'lli"n il_.u 1 enel l s ja>" io de'
s.; tme.'e, de..,de e.ta t il, ; 6 i i lia i toti si
Ies josibii..
En fe die o qual nosotrol lo, Inifrascritos
Pleniputlniclrieiti de S. M. Ca., y de I,,
Esi:ildu, Unidus di' Annieri.'a., I le ,-ios irinlildo)
el 1 irthiid de nl.olli l'r. Poderes, el present
Tr"iatlIdo de .Amliistad. Arre2lI die difi.i e icias N
Liimite-. y le hemous piv.-tbi nuestros sellos
re jnp,-;'ti\ (si ,
Ilerho en WiashLi igtoli5. i \einte y dos de
Febri'ero de nil oclhoi ientos diez y nueve.
[sEa.i.] LUIS DE ONIS.
[sE AL.] JOHN QUINCY ADAMS.
, on he titveity-fourt'h day of Oictobei, in the
ntid tnt i, ratifl and coili'rm the said treaty,
nor following;:


[TRANSLATION.] F [o V, fN.iT.] -
" Ferdinand tile S-..i i, by tile grace f God. "Dn. Fei inando Sept in-o pOr la graria te Dio.
and by ti. ct .iiliiiti,,n i Ithe Spanish mo- y" lp' lai C'onstiltiicin td la Monarquia i s-
nar'ciy, king ,.of the Spaills. paifila, I 3 die las Elspniis.
mV r... 1111 ., r the N >. IIt) -s .-...id dl ay of Fe- iPor ,uiiit.i -i, el dia -.ii,,- )y tl s di-, F ..-
' '.ir,. ,I tie year one thousand eight ihun- brero del ailo plle.in.4. Ila-:-ili dc nil oiih.,
drcd anid nineteen, l.i t past, a i'tr ..'t was cientos diez v i'e, '. ,-,i lnCiiiNo hfirini cii
concluded and signed in the city of A aashing- la Ciudad de Wasiingtjii uniitir. Di. Luki dec
ton, between Dot Lnis ,- '1ci;. imyEnvoy Ex- Onis, mi Enviado Extraordinario y Minis.trmo
traordinary and I1misti'.e Pl, nipotentiary, Plenipotenciario, y Dii. Juan Quincy Adiams.
and John QtinCy A l i i-. E.,11,ire, Secretary Secretariio de Estado de lo. Estados Unid,l,
of State of the Uwited y'tate:.- L' America, cotn- de Ameri,.'4.. atitoriztid.e, clipchi"t'iiinInte por
patently ;,ithliz il1 by both parties, consist- ambas parties, un1 ti.ttadl compuesto de diez
ing of sixteen articles, whc1i had for their ob- y si.- artitilol, quetiene 1pur objeto el arre'glei
ject thearran,.'-'--iltt ofl ,lii:. .. *.. and of lii de die.rt'i-n &; ias y de linites eittre anibos Go-
imits 1,- 1.''V,.- 4ii'h governments ;il ] th' ir res- biernis y suis respectivos trritorioiis;. ciiya
pti ive h.'i''ii,,iti -- 4 t i,,.-h :,-t of llin' fiflliu wiiig forma y t iioi- literal e; 0l 'iglli ite'.("
I'i'i ; id ]iti al tW inll'or:" .
[Hi-re ftllw\s t!ie above Treaty ur.' fur 11word.]
Tht'i T f.i're, a-i\ iin -.enl aiil 'examined tlhe Por tanto, hiavi-iidU visto v -xamiinado ,-s
.ix\l.'n a, f itl.:s i;.,'i.'..iii. and having first referidos diez y seis aitituiilo,. y Ialianlcnl',
obtained the ,,n,.,t anid authority of the precedidli la iteiiienla y ntitoriza(fion de Ias
General C.i-t':. if tle nation \;tli respect to Cort,.- ;, ii-.ra.l,- doe la Nacion por' lo respec-.
the cession inliti'e .U; I1nl 'I t;i' li,>d in the tOi, a l. ,I si'ii Itle e'i I,,; .lio rticiilu 2' y 3' se
2d and Sd articles, 1I aliipi\, arind ratify all i.i,'iiri'ila y estipula, lie t.eiiido eln aprobar y.
and every one of the articl'hs i-ri r-d t,, and ratificar todos y cada 11110 de los referidios ar-
the clauses which are contained in them; and, ticulos y cl.i'ui4.Ia' qrpi eI llii so coiitiene: y
in virtue of th I:- lrl'es.-rit-.i ai pI',ev and rati- en virtud de la p,.eIe-It ii1os apruebo y ratifico;
fy them; promli-inll. on tle L'aitlli aid word of a proinetiendo en fe y pal.ibra de Rey cumplir-
King, to exC.:uit- ;aol olisere Iniem. and cause los y ohI.(ei> -itlis. y liaci r que se cumplan y
thinem to be exeuiidtid aiid ob,.ev. i d entirely as observe eniteranientei como si Yo mismo li,.i
if I myself had .ignedl thl'irn. anld that the cir- hubiese fil-,nadoi: 'sin ii"Ie '3ii\a dIle ,bitacuIloell
cumstance:of liviin exc.eiiled llietermof six manera :tle.iiia 1 l.i ,_irtuiim.t.iicit dle label'
iiiiili's, lixed li' tLIhe exchanl'"e of the ratifi- triii'llrrid- el ttermino d Ins stis me'es pre'
cations in tie I '6til article ina1 aill .1 d no ob- fi'j;il",> para el change de las ratilicacie-ie's en el
stable in any manner, itis lain" ,itIl...itei will articulo 16; pIles ii (dlib.raida %,ltuntad es
that the present ratification be as .i lid aand que la pir.lentei ratifil -cio sra ta,.valida y
fir', and produce the same effects, as if it had subsistente i'rodiiu'.iZa lo,e mismos efectos que
been done( % within til determined pli. iul. De- si hlvier B.idli, hecliha dentro delotermino pre-
sirous at the same time 'if oiiding. aim doubt fijado. Yo deseando al mismo tiempo evitar
or ambiguity concerning tile IieanllII,4 of the qualquiera duda 6 aihbigdlullad que pueda
8th article cf thie said treaty, ill respect to thlie. ofrecer el contenido del ai ticultl 8'. del referido
date whicli is pointed out in it as the period tratado con !iloii\o d. l. f'eclia (til en el so
for the confirmation of the grants of lands ini seilala como termino para la l!idl'riil de 1.is
tihe Floridas, made by me, or by the compe- concessions de tierras en las i i-,idas. liechii,.
tent a1,ll,,,riti-,h in my royal name, which por mi 6 por las aiit'oridade. competentes en
point of date was fixed ii t lie lpositi i under- mi real nombre, a. cuyo sofalamiento de
'Il.illdi,'. of the thrtei ,granti'S of. land made in fecha se procedi6 en la )ositi. intitlig.ilIin
favor of thi- DIuike of Alagon, the Count of de dejar anuladas por su ter i' 1t1'. -- Ini-
/11 ".,i.'ro, and Don Pcdro de Vargas, be- cesioines de it-irras hechas a favor del Duque
ing atil,.i-i is it, Ieul. I tlihink proper to de Alai-on. C.'ule da Puh: noturti-), y Dn.
dri. lie h it tlI, -aid thllr l' :;rants have re- Pedro dr Vn gn-;: tengo a bient declarar qite
Il.miil d .lfi l d ,i [t, .in t li : ly, ainiullid and las referidas tres c(i_',i sioin, han qut 'd-'id y
iml a nl, a ,!tll.. iu-ith'i l- the .lia'-, indi\ idu.lls qi.ldai enteramiente 'milada, invalidailar :
menetioned, nor0 those who may ha e titlle' jr sn que los tres individuals referidos, ni los
interest through ti .in. can aval tlim,.el\ : of que de estos tengan titulo 6 cansa, puedan
thi ..idgr.ii.t t i na I time, or ill any manner: aprovecharse de dichas concesiones en tiempo
O: 1 r which explicit di.-la! atiuii the said 8th ni inanera alguna: bajo cuya explicita decla..
article is to be understood as ratified. In the racion se ha de entender ratificado el referido
faith of all h ui.cl I have commanded to des, articulo 8'. En fe de todo.lo- cual mand6 des-
patch til "e pI 'in ;s. Signed by my hand, pachai* la present firmada de mi mano, sella-
sealed with my secret seal, and countersigned da con mni sello secret, y refiendada por el
by the underwritten my Secretary of Des- infrascripto mi Secretario del Despacho do
patch of State. Estado. Dada en Madrid a veinte y quattro
Given at M.Al'didi. the twenty-fourth of Oc- de Octubre de Mil ochocientos veinte.


tober, ile thliousand eight huindried and t en.y .
. [Signed,] FERNANDO.
[. -'ou nItersio neOd,j
EvARIsTo Pi'l lt DE CAsTRO.,


[Sign.] FERNANDO..
[Refren.] '
hyARISTO PalwE CeAs5 ,to."


arly. in tie year of our Lorld. nie Ilthousandl
e rbt hunidred and tweiity-oiie.antid o" tle Inde-
pendence of the Unitied Sti, the ie I'ri't-lifth.
JAMES MOM-NR E.
By the Presillent:
JoHN QUINCr ADAM--.,
Scecret!ar ,f Stlate."
And wiheeas the said ratifications. oir (lihe
part oftlie United states. and o Ilisa Cathtlic
MIajj-st. haive.been this day duly exclianged,
at Wiashin-g'ton, by Jl-HI-N QUINCTI ADAMS,
Secretary,. ofState of rtIh United States, and
b eint 111a Doni FnA.NCISCO DIONsio ViEp.
Envoy Extraordinary andl MIlinister Plenipo-
tentiarly f liii Catholic M.ijety: Now. tlere..
fitr', to the iend! that tlic said treaty may tbe ob.
ser ed and perlbornied with go.iod failt. oil tie
part of 'lie United States. I lia\e caused iLe
iprrinlies to be inalde public ; and I do hereby
c jlit amid riquirtl e all peisoiis bearin office,
ivil or inilitna y. %ithiin the Unitedl Stilats,
.Litd all othler'-. citizeris or inhabitants thereof,
r beiiig within t.e saaine, faiull-l tos obsTve
4 nid ti lll tlie' said treaty. and every clausealid
article there- f. .
In t'st'.liony whereof, I have caused tileq cal
,if-the Un'iled States to be affixed ib thiest IM--
sents, and1 s.iglned the same within my li.nd.
Done at the City of WaslJiugtoii, tlie.
twenty-second day of February, in.'.
[L. s.3 Ilie year of our Lord one thousand
tigLt hundred and tv-erltly-ne. and
Of the Sovereignty and Jildepeid-
nlCe ot'lthe United Statvs the fui'ty-

JAMES MAONROE.
By the Pl-esideiit
JoUaN Qtuicy ADAMS, -
Secretary of Stuite.

EThe Copies of the three Spanish grants, r-
feried to in the above act, will-be foundion the,
second page.

THE SUPREME COURT.

THUiDAY, FEB. 22.
Mr'. Chief Jiusti.. MARSHALL. dllivericd thi
opinion o' thle Court in the case of Iiung vS
S'.-h/litr, argued by Mr. S:..,rtat for the olain-
tiffl, and iby Mr. Eaton for the defendant. The
judgment was afflirme2.
The opinion of the Court was yesterday dcl;v.
erd in the casc of Kline vs. Pei,4'. l'ie.ee, airut-
ed by Mr. PinArnej and by Mr. Jones, for the'
[.lhiitiffT inh cior, and by Mr. Sergeant for the de.-
lendart in ei ror. Judgment affirmed.
The argument of the case of Blake vs., Hghes,
was concluded by Mr. Filkney, for the re-
spondent. ,
The case of the schooner Collector and cargo.y
Wilmot,, cl-imanit, was argued by Mr. Uihll4?.,
for 'the claimnarit.




STAGE WIOUAE' '
From .V'orfolk to Fcti etteville, (in si r/y hI, ,,- .
without travellifig in the night.)
FrpHIS Line has been 9 months established.. It Iewves
1 Norfolk immediately atler the atrival of the 1' i
more and Washing' on Steam -Boats on Tuesday an i .,
day mornings, lodges at W "v n',. Ferry firi I'*;, t"I
A. 'erron's these eccnd night, and re-:.ches .. '..... i1 t,
afternoon of the third davy.
TI:, 'ii.r'.:eIt. evidence of thie "-rr, ir ,i. ', ... ;
.Ltine possesses, as regavds the routd, as well as the hi",'
and stages, is the fact, -i,- -r ...,, :,.1.,i 1,. whole ..I 'he
present uicomrtoflty seere winter,' it' ls 1tever experi-
,en'ic tie t lfi -ttf- l ;,,,..i i.r,' ,:, ~,.,,. .1;.._ ..l it r,. i,,,,(.
'lepartingt .- .,'j .i at .>.-i ,. .,. i i, .A ,, I. ;
'i Ill- e.4i, i ,', I. .i cai be said o, i ,, .L 1 -
Lieb .1 il i '' TH '.ii I "
eb 3a-.lm +.... .' TK PfO RTOL.


Tle' itos ;1- ,a ir;i. I hilola',-ia' del Consii;j AntI vie-reas the .eiiate oi thIe Uhnitel
quki-n sAni emi:.,.i.-,i dl..lera probatr que los de- Stiat,?-( dill. oil tlie tiin'eteenth day :lof the p[re-
'rtorli't p.'-n'i'nl-en i los lle5ii'S que los re- .iint filenth, ait hie and consent to the ratill-
Sl:ttL.aii. i'liitandol el Jfdiimento de cos- .n the part of thesenitd tate
tiiumvir e on s iihn '111; Usk.tie es, qiueel consul ca 7
E pnl el puil1eri Aneicano-I exlibiit el Ro1 the said treaty. in tl,e following words.:
lIt:l bique, y el clli'.l Americano en p1ierlto: IN SEN.IT or THn U rITED STATES,
Espasiul. el d.iA'uinelito cnoil lo ).ijo el nom- Fbr'ill'u ary 19th, I's1.
bre de .rticls: Vy conitando en uno u otro el. 1,hol id. Twothirds of the Sentil rs pre-
nonmbe o niiontbr' dl Ideelrtor o6 desertores 6 Ct 4 in- thereiu, That t' Senate,h ving
que Se r. l'clania1, se prjocederai al arrest, cus-
toudia y eiitega al buipue quecorriponidin. exanin-d the Treaty of Ainity. Settleuielit,
and Limit-. between thle LUniteid States' of Aie- -
..iTICiIo 4 1. rica anlli lii Catholic Manjs. til made and coi-
Los Es, -.eilt que Inli-an ieribido conipens-acion alghl- thousands ei.light htiiiuldrd aid nineteen, and
pia de la Fr 'ia p r i por perwlijios i q,? .ul'srir- s iei and c'jn idered the ratification ilie'reoi
ron d911 si cor-- ariios. cr.inuls y tr'ibunales nade iby lis .aid CIatholic Manjetl. on the
en la' cous, '. t Ili.eo de Esp.nA para ca tweni t;f 'it day "f OctoIler. one thousand
si.tii't.aci n l '. pro1 e cii -te trataili>, pr'e-
elniifan unia rela ion juililic.dade IIsprresas eighl hiilndred and t%%enty, llo consent i 1. and
li'chai. 3 de so lerdnoder'o alo-. pulra que la am] i.e Ihe PreSiident of the Uliilted StLatces to
Espaia pneda seri'irseie' d lla eii la nri.rlera ratil'yi tie aiamle."
qlIe an ijuzguejjusto y Ccoii\eniente. Anil hiereas. in pursuance of the said ad-
iceTILO allndl onsent of the Seinate of the Unitedl
i it- lUL' C State.;. I have ratified and conlfiinmedl the said
L.; EQWtad,-s Unido spara daIr Si S. M. Cauna treat. In [ li. vi:
p, o.mt.i adc w l6 du os de ri .n tih a lam r e lanm a. liealv ni Ihe \\el. I I;Jih,\iii .
ciois ie .inI-,tad (ietexieteni entire la& il. lna- Norwl thlerelt1re. I, JAMES MI>L.ROC. Pre-
f iliW vy de laoi'Ore rel C'oinle:iniiI' .I ubditlh- .id'.it ofl tlie Uniotid 'itc of A ieri'/ia, lialv-
lo de S. M I. ('a. conlienn ien quO lo bilques ing -;c:-ii ar d consider-d tlhe tre,iry aiioiwe r'e-
IEt ;ilai les,! efl"P n.g.'l siidoc ail'.>~ id de i'.olic- ,Iit, d. i ,.,-,.tlie, l iti the r,. litcatii4 ll ,1' ii 'i :C.
te,' de t. 11,i l' ti os oi liiiai l'te u ,i' a-- dii'itt liie iite t ilic Miaje, t ti'td. 1 t i .' ilhlli r-t a, ce of
de. lo pilertos de Eispaiaii u de sUe coloniis, the ol,'e-aid ail ice .t id cown of the ,S'.at
'aUi al il ilidoi pi r 'lt espl.tcio de d ,oii ali uln.'i I lOn 1
loI t'iiert's d FI,,nzuca la 3y San A, iigii.lhii d oft the l' nit-.d Slates, by tihe .e i ipre itsi. ac-
lis Flol itl a in pa.'aru In, l e ITetiliot po jtils irept. % ,,;l'. aindi ,conliliin th- l-aid lr.ait i ,
,_.il'.Taii.t..uti 'is. ni major de iho de toila;it ,'-. every clause and ti'c, thercul as the saie
qule el e piag iniiOIs buquies de los Etallos are herin bel.e t f,.rlth. .
U nillis.. DII'-aIite eq tt- Ih i> o in h i.2,'i a iia,:iol i I q r
tendia dr-<.h o ii los I-ii ous n pri( ile.gi,,sen los 111 tIw;tl wheo,'ef. I haI e c ia ed the seal
territories tedid,-s. Los duI:e anios ,iipza- of the Unired Slates of America to be hereto"
rail ii cjilt ..s-e t ite's M s. de.puis de iaher-..e aftllxe .
canbiaduo las ratiticacionet, de este tratado. Given under my lainld, at the ,City of
ARTIC LO 16. a.hing.toi. t6is1 tenty-e.conid day ofFebrii-


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