National intelligencer
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Title: National intelligencer
Uniform Title: National intelligencer (Washington, D.C. 1810)
Physical Description: v. : ; 49-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Joseph Gales
Place of Publication: Washington City D.C
Creation Date: October 20, 1821
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]
triweekly (semiweekly during recess of congress)[ former aug. 1, 1827-dec. 31, 1839]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Washington (D.C.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- District of Columbia -- Washington
Coordinates: 38.895111 x -77.036667 ( Place of Publication )
Citation/Reference: Brigham, C.S. Amer. newspapers
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10202373
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System ID: UF00073213:00035
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Preceded by: National intelligencer and Washington advertiser

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Vol. x xXI.


PUBLISIIED BY (.1.lES & SEATON, NVewspapers.-The following advertisement is 'Mayor's OJice, lexandia, L EST O AOA. TH LAT U ENGLAND
nI It. C,., ,A WEEK XOAG TIHE SESSION soN co C tM copied verbatim from an old Norwich (Einla.): 7th Oct 1821. NEW YORK, OCT. I6. Few things, ili ;.p: the last year of her trial
S.., ,.r v. r r. vn newspaper, printed by Henry Crossgrove, in tie From the returns received frnm all the physi- By the arrival of tl it Eliza, Lapt. Waring, and uA r,,.ri., gave her so much pain as the cir-
Pri, ..... -,---: 't avane. year oi 1739:-" This is to inform my friends cians of the town. it appears thai but one case of 5 in days d m Curracoa,we have received from custarcv of- her refusal to accept the grant (o
H ..,,, r .. :,; I ,.. .... r the time ot and customers, that on Saturday next, this news- malignant fever his occurred for the last 24 our ,rriespoitlent, the Courant of that place, of fifty thou- i.f.t'...i 1' lf .n Parlia-
:., ... .,fi-ih paper will be sld for a ,cnny, and be continued at Jhours, ending on the 16th inst. and those pre- 2i.. 22d beptem ber, but the item v. .i'l it conil ment. b L uI l i.,fl h. Ini,.. i iher owi
., h ........ .... ...... ,ir!I. t' thatprice; but .sdvertise. cints i ll be -till tal:,.n i. jviously siclk iar r.rpihL y o, v Ol n ains are not interesting., Porto C.. au wa stiii mind tc c.,.c ,,t ,t, : fir..r- .:,..c. Ct f the
....',,... ,..... .... ... the o" i" griatis, as formerly. The reason of my rai'-.,, tt The citizens r, e ., ,,:ce.,, r, uiar ossessi of the Royalists. The captain oi -,-. i towards her; but she was otherwise
t. .,r the option a penny is, because the number I print is too ...capta.
.. to a penny is, because the number I print is too and correct inl ,rr,non ith ,-., ,J ,. ,- hea th the Eliza states, that Admiral Britn died at Cur- advised, and -he iele'd to that advice. But the
S.. prodigious great to be given away any longer; ofthe town, thit,g' i the rne-.'um h,- Pbli rcoa on the 3h September, severt blow her feehugs was the .esiy
and I lh.p none of my customers will think it journals. CUnRACOA, SEPT, 22. which forced her for once to submit to retract
''.., .-" j, cl, dear of penny, since they shall ai.yvs h.ie te C U.HR. NEALE, Mo. Accounts from Puerto Cabe.lo state, that the what she had said. Firm as she as of purpose,
best intligence, besides other ilieiti.iu z f, I I ;;'ra frigate was lying there ready for sea, and and. always decisive, to yield to her enemies in

.he a le t r c i d t N e Y kvIt i sail i nhra few d ae eeforaC url an a, wvith seVC fl ic ted a w o un do c i ..,vII.." ; inc, h at
a Thd above tlard-'. ,.-,h has been copied into ,ttedea;sailinafcda forCuiana wihsev- ficteda wound ...- irir N ,c. i.en.v a... ; ,1,-, .II
Wehave at length received the New York many iptL Is, the readers of which, we suppose, th prt .,1ig fever in I z Jrrek.K I Coun icr h convoy :1 i Im..iy i.- ahng, I, -I.i. .' i..'. 1. i I i er
Evening Journal of the 24th September, con- marvelliow cheap newspapers were in that day, two thousand pe-sons. Few v.h, i. .. -- '' r t of that place, enemies would ,o, .. ... She .
taininga gentlemanly article explanatory of the ad hudar th-ey be now. They will find, how. tion to the number of patients, occ cu S.aish private schooner Cecia, of 7 yielded." Anod tor what ? For :,i.u.,.--. sIant,
grounds upon which it used such rough lan- ever, n examination, that, in this country at the present month. It nows, however, hat sile ....Ca- she cared not or, which, t st, ..
e t t e n a ever, on examination, th t,. Vnrb fuver,. '," .,. :, ,. i ., .1, assis in the i sil.ck.,l-d -f La cepted to double her to pay he' d1-..; l. r, .:.tI '.,.
guage towards the Editors of :his paper on the least, ,iv e yet dog-cheap, and indeed too deny t. tprminote in a slow, v s f ver o assist in the oa cet o sble her to pay h 1- .. -
plea that we accused the mar fctu rev'svil hundred are. said co be )t, r. Lr u I -. h moi.eat n ei't, 1 to accept the ..... "
plea that we accused the manufacturers with a ,, p.a, ioi-badly, i more than one sense of is a great proneness to r lape when o ofy P i. ...... not 101, in the house toci
* 'Ii, 0 ..* n.!,,L... Th .e !w u ;e iroputi 0o. the ~ol rd-~l o .-fliod anyi,- thing like an adequ ate cover. To prevent this, warm clithir,.,iri_ ': c r-e p .' I ,h,' of Pueto fiay the coniion expenses of the '... nd n,. i -
us, it seems, was that employed by the wrer cmpensatin for. the capital and labor employed ticular flannel, is iecomitvnded. It is said, f w Palho, a,.d has had a regular skirmish ever) in at lier h.'.-,kr She expected.
over the signature of The Frinds of Natitrat the blilh utli an .,dciin,i; cnutonm harerelapsed who have paid attention to this last ,icit ,,. tie Spamnsh.oukIost .,1a(l .1, :'.: ,r i.l to take -the grant, govenum .
Swich it was supposed, continued i l e so close to th.e town thiatnl lc .1... t. *h,- -ce given hIera house, .and some .e..
ihts which, it was supposed, connedassists tile suppor.derived fron .ul,.. r'.ioi,,. article. o the musketry were diiunctilyseen by pei'sonsl t -.ilil;-i-rui. I.c, she would have pd .
our sentiments, because we styled the writer Theprice bof the Daily National Intelligencer to o boar the sh ilg in ihe harbor. debts, and have been quite satisfied as to p,: :. -
theraof "a champion of might," and on his subscribers is.three cents and a fraction each, hI- Racing .ii>,l't .,ltc..-l'he second day's Tacd A torce of about :; iim, ,-,.c the Vigia.air ,hir-, I.r she: never '! j...j n ij.., f,;r her
appearance professed our intention to stand ing about itty pr cent, more than the price of on Wednessiay, was won n' B3c ..rar Girl, beat- ih'is is a strong i' .,mr.I..,I r1, ..I:i, common.' V es1ral g,'4'T.L,'- .ii- I sI,.j. 01hiis, they
by and witness the combat between' im and the Norwich newspaper iI the good old tim o 'ing Eagle decidedly the first heat. At the'seco:d Pocrto Cabtllo. The guns were removed flrowm cdd'actei upwerd.s i 40001 which they h:.d paid
Neckar. and others. Now, it must be. obvious, Henry Crossgrove. T e price f the Londo heat, the BRegar Girl li.pe over the gund, i mc time ago. for a crag and hon: : -Li.,. paper.
S" Henry Clrossgrove. he pce o the London h er Accounts firom t ,n A :re'., the arris- L -
even to the Editor of the Journal, tl.a Li., iCl newspaper of the present day is seven pencester- and took the purse. val of Uner-l -liva: in that city,- '
4nce is not sound,, though p la,.,le. ) 1-, 1 UoV- Orn Thursday, i.e third d.;v's race, Dr. Tieor- lAi- ,his n.--' !,:[II,, e
-ce jI not sound, though plauoiLlc. Appov- ling, of which more than three pence is for the O thursday, rd rce r. or Exceiancy ver visited it. W e ..0 b 'rar t it .tol .--- .his n.' kri s i.,,te
ing thl, ..,bt' of a writer, and even ihe general stamp-duty.thereon. But, making that deduction, ton's bay filly the Duchess of Marlborough, I that he intended to piroced to Saunt Mar brilliant wit and talPents ...r so disun-
scopeof his essays, by no means in ludes yourt nearly a pld yea years old, by Sir. Archy, dam by Old Diomede, tha and Ria de la Hacha, for the purpose of in- i"ne:..1 the Cou'tof Charle li. anid who, dur-
issent to all his ,, .iti-rs.. For e~s amde, Mr. 1 and is morehan ice as much as now appeared without a competitor, and walked the s;ectng these places, and from thence to th. a ternpnr-r7 '- e *. .;s -,
-1,e .*.,u-, t .r-. f' in Mou ,, ii,, *,l-3hi with hi ic h~r.- l ci agIty I ri vit w ii wi 'ha" t,
Carey is an .able writer: who doubts it? but paid for any dniily newspaper printed in the Unit- ground.' i Lc t Vo i. au.l,',il impulse, by i, p e,.c orders, by his exhibition under the mbsk of a
we dissent from some of his opins in regard ed States.- It may be said, and we admit the The celebrated horse RATTLEn, acknowledged to the operations carrying on for the reduction i..n ountebank on Tower Hii t so .
t. the ofi C-. I ."".r,, ,.; in the House of Lordls that he never-
to the agriculturists : who doubts that ? The- truth of the rcn1.:,o k, that more labor is bestowed by the best judges of Virginia, where he was bred. of r. Hou o
Editor of the New York Jiu.rnal, or of any Jour. in general on the London prints, and a greater and ran with so mnich success, to be the finest The Caraccas Gazette of the :..i: A u. ,-t con- e 1... c :..
nal, '-aiod i.e cautious how he acknowledges'the diversity given to their contents-and therefore young horse of his day, having lost his race yes- tas a decree of the Congrs acting the t s hcn t ohewasna-
identity of writer and publisher. It is a role they are rendered more worth the higher price terday, after winning in great style at Annapolis ex t oftthe s he owi a be proceed. a.ly h.1- ... -. "
with us to puibfish well written communications, paid for them. But to this we reply, that if Ame- teA te onsprg o the sioves, torn after the tate u h r.1 t,. o ft ece:
on any subject, without reference to our own rican publishers of newspapers were but just to which is gi ,C. 1low of :this decree, shall be free, Their masters l .. f.. -le, h :" l a .- he. .I f.:o .. I. .- r
opinions on that subject. It is not two vis ,, them up, and provide for them, until their lmb i t., lenrli IK ii le t> ... c, ** > .l-, i
opin son that s .t is not two ), ls' themselves, they would have it in their power to "*Ve have examined Dr. Thornton's horse Rattler, and until that period f ,j., their services. .1 i-e au-;"iri in th, i h... -. give you leave to cut
since we allowed a writer to defend the Hartford be just also to their readers. If they received a and find his near fore postern-joint much swelled, and "No slaves can be sold beyond the provinces of their re ,ff l'T .,' I .- ever-" He thIeri sat
Convention in our columns and at this moment proper price the main sinew much enlarged and swelled, so as to habitation; nor cati any children. be separated from their d, n, to the at, all t,
onvention itnn our column and at ts moment proper price for their daily or weekly sheets, render him quite lame. mothers. Slaves cn no Innyer be 4r.1, ,.ticd. And a to. :
we sr, u!.1, without hesitation, give room to a they would, be able to go to greater expense in "By orderof the V.t.hrgStl...s hcckuv nhhl reigner arriving in .,,,v ,,I th--. lr ids d.l tntb; will be ra p "--t
writer to.deend th.e recent opposition of the ste ast ** ilr. S I L W.\RDS. allowed to import out one, under the denomination of a
of Ohio to the laws of the pposUninn the n catering for the public taste, in embellisting Clb oom, Oct 17." Servant, whom lie moust carry with him on leaving the The Pnughkevpi-le Journal mentions a Mlr.
S, n, or the opposi- their columns with the productions of different country, otherwise hlie will be looked upon as htr'. RBeadle who for many years kept a tav,rn ., -
tionin eni,hy,, .!,ih is to be discovered else- h.nd,a1d in inr'.jin.h he mechanical bitaniich of The Leonardtown Jockey Club Races are to vices to the eepubehi, ero i 'tliin uh bsier- ic eed as adil wiin a yeahdi. li,.. .. -., ,- -e
t would srely be a tr on t'- busi:-. Itis scarcely crediblehowmanyhands be on Tuesday the 30th, and not, as heretofore free." i i is buta y
that we approved of the Harttord Convention, are employed in preparing the materials for an advertised, on Tuesday the 23d instant. The same paper says, "Cord is again ours- is in what foliov. ,. ..- tIn- ,; .t, if, ., ..
or that we had becme disciles of the ew iih newspaper. For one paper, during the Colonel Ichauspe came over to us with 500 men. a b,,- r rney has been ,,,d ,, i her
h sitting of Parliament, we are informed, a dozen The Kingofeli,,l i.t to Ireland, and the ell had returned to Puerto Cabello with hlus cw : exanti 1 t ist
R CL Uily dveg 11 V1hom it i liost iev evl fi,- nieces. The arfount s

JoHN 11. IEATON has been unanimously re-elect-
ed! a Sena'(or of the United SL-ttes from thep-.tate
of Tennessee, for the term of six years, fronr. the
4th day of March last.

On the Ist of this month WILLIAM. CARROLL
took the oath of office as Governor ol l'I[tr.e-.e-c,
in the presence of both houses of the Legislature.
After taking tihe oath, the Governor addressed
the two houses, informing them that he was aware
of the importance of the duties he was c:il..! ) apor
to discharge, and assured them that he would, to
the best of his abilities, cause the laws of the land
to be executed.

JOHN JOaNsoN, for many years a Judge in one
of the judicial districts of the state of Maryland,
was, on the 15th instant, appointed (by the Gov-
ernor and' Council of that state) to the important
office of Chancellor of the state, vice Wm. Kilty,

Pennsylvania Election.-At the election which
has been recently held in the state of Pennsylva-,
nia, there were to be chosen nine Senators, be-
ing a part of the number which constitutes that
branch of the Legislature of the State, and 97
Representatives. Of the 97, between 70 and 80
are said to be elected who are opposed to the pre-
sent administration of the state government, and
the remainder in favor of it. Of the Senate, it is
s.ail, that 14..are in favor of the present adminis-
tration, and 17 opposed to it.

In the city of New York, there are now seven
hundred and eight persons who hold offices tun-
der the Cuurtcil of Appointment of that state;
of whom three hundred and forty-three are Putb-
lic Notaries, and one hundred and fourteen Com-
missiines s,to acknowledge deeds f

On arecentinrquiry into the number & condition
of the Schools in the town of Providence, (R. I.) t
appears that the whole number of Academies and
Schools in that town alone is sixty-one, and that
the whole number of pupils instructed therein
is two thousand eight hundred and five. This,
e:s'imate includes five schools supported at the
expense of the town, the Yearly Meeting School
under the sulperintensdence of the Friends, and
forty-.oie primary schools, besides several private
academies fner the instruction of young gentile.nen
az.d ladjics. Here is an example worthy of praise
and enmuLiatioI.

I. '. ,. :.-At the late Brighton Cattle Show
a 1d Exhibtioii of i:. ..'.:u res, the Ploughing-
for premiums took place on lots of a quarter of'
an' acre each. One ploughman, with one yoke
of oxen, performed the task in 42 minutes-
another in 53. A ploughman, with one yoke of
oxen and a adever, performed it in 38 minutes-
another in 40-a-nd another in 56. A plough-
man, with two yoke of oxen, and a driver, per-
.foa.cd it in 54 minutes,

reporters are empioyeco 01 Uom I 11 IS aMOSL
impracticable here to procure one, apd still less
practicable to compensate him adequately.
We meant, however, at present, only to say,
that, in the United States generally, newspapers
are as cheap as they were in England fifty years
ago, and a hundred per cent. cheaper (the stamp
exclusive) than they are there now.

The Splenetic Corps.-A friend observing the
epithets flying about among editors, remarked,
that if we might trust the accounts editors give
of each other, they were the most splenetic race
of animals in existence. The observation sug-
gested the inquiry whether we-are not bringing
our honorable fraternity into disrepute in the eyes
of the world, One writes that his brother editor
is'eaten tip with spleen-another insists that hi!s
neighbor hoards spleen as a miser does his dol-
lars-another is full of ill-will-another is a mi-
serable hypochondriac-and all are more or less
troubled with ennui. It is worth a thought w he-
ther we had not all better mend our ways in this
respect, and have a little more reason and less
small war.--.. Y. Evening Journal.

Proposals are issued for publishing a third
newspaper' in Alexandria, by the title of The
Chronicle.. It is to be published twice a week,
by Wade & Hewitt, and edited by James H.
Smoot. The first No. is proposed to be pub-
lished about'the 1st December next.

By a. late arrival at New-York, information is

brought, that Admiral BItioN, Commander in
Chief of the Ventzuelian Navy, died at Curracoa
on the 29th of last month.

Inthe account of the late annual Fair of theAl-
bany Agricultural Society, we find mention of
some Sickles, manufactured by John J. Godfrey
of that city, which were pronounced by compe-
tent judges vastly superior to any imported, and
fully equal to those manufactured in Pennsylva-
nia. Thus we go on, without the aid of prohibi-
tory duties, extending and improving the manu-
facture of articles for which we were formerly
exclusively indebted to foreign workshops.

Insolvent Law of .Marylond.--The following
information is important to those who have ap-
plied,or who may hereafter apply for the benefit
of the insolvent laws of this state :
In JBaltimore County Court, September Term, 1821.
In the case of an Insolvent Debtor petitioning for the
benefit of the insolvent laws of this state, and not per-
sonally appearing' before the court on the dnly fixed-for
his final hearing, it is decided by the court that he can-
not, at any time thereafter, have a future day appointed
by the court for his hearing on said petition. The case
was sufficiently urged and argued by Mr. Beers, counsel
for the petitioner; and it is decided by the court, that
no excuse whatever (even if the petitioner had the yel-
low fever, or should fall from his horse and break, his
bones when coming to the court) would give the court
power, under the present insolvent laws of this state, to
appoint and allow a future day for his hearing.

At a late Court at Amherst, N. H. a person
was convicted of stealing a pocket-book from his

unanimity 01 the people of that island in tneir
manifestations of ew- .11 -; ,'*- to t.e person.
of their Legitimate Sovereign," has given of-
fence to the opposition prints of London, which
have been heretofore the vindicators of the
wrongs and grievances, real and imaginary of
" oppressed Ireland." The following are sam-
ples of the wit, as well as the gall,which has been
poured forth on the occasion:
SHis Majesty's presence in Ireland has cer-
tainly had the effect of making the whole of the
people ( United Irishmen'-a once fearful but
now happy title."-Star.
4c There is a bon mot recorded in an answer
made to a Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, which
strongly exemplifies the conduct of the sister
country, in its present adulation of his Majesty.
SPray,' said his Excellency, howv happens it
there are no toads in Ireland ?' 4 Because,' an-
swered a Hibernian, there are a great number
of us toad-eaters!"-ibid.
Extract from the address of the loyal Hirish
to the Tutelar Saint of Hireland:--' We are rea-
dy to die in the service of your Suintshi.p,
and we will then serve you all the days of ourt
lives. Long life to your honor's honor ; and when
you die,.may you never die and may our next
Tutelar Saint be better than you, rano you be no
worse. With all thanks for your kindnesses and
unkindnesses, for all you do is kind, and with a
resolution never to forget you as long as you can
remain in out memories, tve subscribe ourselves
your saintship's loyal saints."--London pap.

The steam ship Robert Fulton came up the ri-
ver for the first time on Sunday afternoon, in fine
style, and was visited by a great nuniber of our
citizens,who have r.ut before had an opportunity
of viewing her. As a sea-boat,she has been amply
tried, and testified to be perfectly secure and ina.
nageatle in the worst weather Her accommo-
dations are of the most superior description, and,
for convenience, infinitely superior to any thing
of the kind ever in the port of Savannah. As one of
the most triumphal experiments of navigating the
ocean by means of steam,she is amply deserving
of every patronage, and we hope that her second
visit to Savannah may be more profitable than
her first. The Robert Fulton left New York on
Monday se'nnight. We have received New York
papers to the afternoon of the 29th, and Charles-
ton to the afternoon of the 6th. This elegant
ship sailed yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, on
her return to New York, via Charleston.

Remarkable Longevity.-There is now living
in the county of Culpeper, (Va.) a man by the
name of Jos. Morress, who is upwards of one
hundred and twelve years of age Mr. M. is
active an in good health, visits his neighbors
and is pleasing in conversation. His wife, who
is also 1li\ i,. is in the hundred and fifth year of
her agee! They have been married seventuy-nine
years and have had five children.-Central Gaz.

Seduction.-During the last West Chester,
(N. Y.) Circuit, two persons obtained a verdict
for $1000 each, against different defendants, for
the seduction of the two daughters of the plain-

General Orders of'i4e 13t/i of July.
H. E. the Liberator has given the name of Bat.
talion of Carabobo to the corps formerly distin-
guished by that of British Legion, and appointed
William Davie as commander of the same, with
the rank of lieutenant colonel, and Bruimn as ma-
jor ; besides, many other British officers have al-
so been promoted.

FROI "I E Sr. "ruo s' IS r-rEs, SEPT. 11..
Hurricane at Jdntigua.--On Sunday last, a lit-
tle after 8 o'clock in the evening, thie wind,which
had been boisterous since the turn of the day, set
in f-rom the N. E. and blew a heavy gale, accom-
panied with rain, until about hall past 11, when
it became comparatively calm. In a vely short
time after, however, it suddenly chopped round
to the southward, and blew with redoubled vio-
lence, until the approach of i.' .i.ht yesterday.
The injury sustained in town has been almost en-
tirely confined to the fences asnd enclosures, few
of which escaped ; the destruction of sever.A,
small tenements; and the blowing away of the
weather-cock from the steeple of the Church,
From the interior of the Island no general ac-
counts have as yet reached us ; but we under-
stand that many of the estates experienced consi-
derable damage ; their negro houses being un-
roofed, caries 1.-..-'-d., and1 mill-works materially
injured. The residence of the officer in charge
of the Ordnance Department, at St. Ann's, suf-
fered dreadfully, as did the Engineer's Quarters ;
and the roof of the gallery of the Artiilery Bar-
rack was blown over the main body of the build-
ing. Several vessels were driven on shore.

Iellona Powder Mills.-Last evening, a little
before sun-set, the stamping house of these mills
upon Jones's Falls, 7 miles from town, was blown
up. Ilow it happened, we have not been able,
as yet, to ascertain correctly. Reports are vari-
ous as to the lives lost-six were shockingly
wounded, but the other damage is thought not
to be very considerable. It is said this shocking
accident was occasioned by the manager having
taken an axe to drive a nail, from which a spark
was elicited. Misfortunes of this nature have
been uncommonly frequent at tlis establishment

A paragraph, Csays the Utica Sentinel,) has
been some time going the rounds of the newspa-
pers, stating that a man in Susquehannah coun-
ty (Pa.) was committed to jail for the non-pay,
ment of his marriage fee. Perhaps it may be
consoling to those who have sympathised with this
unfortunate man to learn, that he has delivered,
himself from limbo by setfi.g his wife and ap-
plying the proceeds thereof to the payment of the
marriage fee and the cost accrued thereon.

A fire of a very singular but alarming descrip-
tion was occasioned at Canewdon, in Great Bri-
tain, lately, from the following circumstance: a
person holding a burning glass, directed a child
to put a piece of paper against a barn, upon which
he I -hit the sun's rays to bear in a manner
which set the paper omi fire, when, that part of
the barn being covered with moss, the blaze was
commiunicated to the thatch. The barn and a
stable adjoining were totally consumed.

eaureq ol six. u enny p.u i ety p eie. li, .li 1,1t. k f-
25,600 six-p-r,-., n ic l i.!,,. -.,. her to have
laid by 4 each day, must have been nearly twenty
years in accumulating. A very fine saving bank,
this; and we heartily recommend the institution
of similar ones to all the worthy landladiesi n the
country. Take care of the pence," says the
proverb, 'I and the pounds will take care of Ir.,,i -
selves."- Com. Adv.

In Georgetown, on Thursday the lth inst. by the
Rev. Mr. Tyng, GEoaGE MMASON, Jr. Esq. to 'Mss Axs
LoUmsa, daughter of ricaanDH HtasIIIx, Esq. Auditor of
the Treasury of the United States.

Yesterday, at his late residence, near this city, SA.e
EL ELior, Esq. aged 48 years; irreproachable in his
liie-lamented in his death.
On Monday morning last, Mr. IsAxA BuaNasTro, MNer-
chant, of the city of baltimore..
At Ossian Hall,Fairfax county, Va. on Sunday the 14th
inst. Capt. Taomas GREGa, formerly of Loudouii.
Onf Saturday last, after a short, but paintil illness, Mr.
JOSEPH MILBOURNE, in the 63d year of lis age, long 3
much respected inhabitant ot'Alexandria.
In Easton, Md. on the 7th inst. Mr. JAtMs LACTLIFFE,
in the 68th year of his age. He embarked as a soldier early
in the revolutionary war,was one oi'the few surviving he-
roes who underwent hardships, and suffered privations,
scarcely to be accredited, in his march through i the
dreary wilderness to Quebec, and was on the Plains of
Abraham, where the immortal Montgomery fell.,
In Cumberland, R. 1. on the 23th ultimo, LY-ruA,
daughter of Mr. liurms Josus, of that town, in tie 7th
year of her age.. The premature death of this child was
occasioned by eating that species of miushron (agari-
cus) called thie toad-stool, whici she, with two other
children, had gathered. Thie other two ( ... per-
taps eaten less) were relieved by eintics ; out the de-
ceased was beyond the assistance of medicine, and sur-
vived but a short time.
On the 20th July, at Paisley, aged 17 months, Jimes
Weir, known by the name of the Wonderii'l gigantic
Child." When 13 months old, and lie contiiinued to in
crease ever since, lie weighed 5 stone ; his girthU round
the neck was 14 inches, the breast 31 inches, tihe belly
39 inches, the thigh 20j inches, and round the arm 113
On Friday evening last, Ceneral Jou Noss KEY, an
officer of the Revolution, and a respectable inhabitant
of Frederick county, in the State of Maryland. He was
the father of Francis S. Key, Esq. of this District.
On Saturday morning last, in Sadsb-ry township,
Chester county, Pa. (to which place he had removed his
family a few months ago,) SAMset. BmYAsv, Esq. late Re-
gister of Wills for the city and county of Philadelphia, in
the 61st year of his age. Mr. Bryan had filled several
important offices, under the government of Pennsylva-
nia, du"-ing and since the revolutionary war, with honor
to himself and usefulness to the Commonwealthi.
In Lyme, on the 25th ult. Lieut. IcHABmn bap 's.N!t,
aged 74 years, an officer of the revolution- Lieutenant
S. entered the army in 1777, in the capacity of an en-
sign; and continued therein until the peace in 1783.
At the memorable battle of Monmouth, he was selected
to carry thestandard of his regiment, and conducted
himself with great propriety and bravery, having receiv-
ed no less than tlirtl .*t holes in his colors aiind

clothes ; yet he was so fortunate as to escape wi:lhout a

I wound.

NO. ;S29S.


..... o, the Unit te nt wted for AGP CULTRE .Np M.LNUFACTORES. GEORGE THE FOURTH IN IRELAND. ------ -- T "-
.Now- Nowthe United States have not vv--te4th COMMUNICATIONS.
~r T .K+ No I this universal concurrence; but have, by e NEW YORK, OCT. 15t. h Pho TE, n"t.. ri PSS.
SLAVNl T, I E-. and 5th sections 1of thell act of the 15th of May, Duvtiig this month, nearly all the Agricultu- The Londo, official a,..,nt c.{ ths Corona- .
FRoM mi itsRu& GAZ E. 1 820, assimilated the .-tadtheir ani Ton a not more hli t, nor more corloula-. TO TE nITORS.
tmr of peace,- .-ythe rightofsearci.in.that wha, Lo.id .sttrhagh, hesifatuglt, it at versary cel.b,-.biins, ad exhibit specimens of ed to eeitecomno itse ii i. for the people who ,
Whn he-.r ')i r, ofthe right oftsep.LLl arcnl, Is "... co... sid...rs, y Jbecome necessary, at hbtseinsOedoToHEDIRS
111ei he;v rc ade by -tLhe BIritish cabinet,' perhaps," considers maywbeconmeinoeeMay- st Stock and Domestic Manufactures. It is an in- support such idle and expensive pageantries, Mar ,*a.,m aug'r. co. .a. Oct. 13. ...
hr, b th Ameica- e minister aI landoand by some uture d...y, when .l...'rade d t teresting and iyful seaIson with, the substantial than are the accounts of the doings of George Genill-., :In your paper of the 6th inst.vott
hi m~~~~~O a c o "' m-i e a cco u n ts o f th e d o in g s o fe Gaye ringh e h m or t ab1ish .fae rale o1t)
~im c Pni ca t -,te "v'rnm-nt of- say be inth the eehumaor to bni re-s of thi e United yeomanry-- the bone and gristle of the country. IV. in Ireland The wretched condition of the hare stated tht the receipts of the Post OfficL
Umted i" ts t.rn i.i-e r ,, south of the equator "tte Cngr e l eand rn The traveller who woal acquaint himself with mass of the-people of that country is ew'ell known, eostabii-.hnn would probably not meeti r .i,- h..
SBecause "the judicial tribunls whicl.te, e to p States, acting upon their olwitlout reference to. the character and habits of the hardy cultivators to the people of America. While the following e f,,r the yar by 1f00,0O, and"ac;.e tis
nue.,entence on the ca;.,, e.1 party, were ceeding by their own lights, wi einc of the soil of New England and New York, abstract is reading, o.,r i cal, e ill ea, inmid f IlinI off 1 the pecuniary pressure often t times,
t be established in .. whichthe the five great powers, y e done doa tereagh, Should commence his journey at the beginning that C the eaper. incuncd ispaidby theipeo- and to the multiplication of post routes. These,
United States having r,ie, there could be no The attempt at plesantry by of October; and pass through the principal towns pie. itis their sweat and their privations which no doubt, are the real causes of the diminution o
eipcirocity in, this part of t-.e .rn aniniert : when he .1 --:;. in the com n l y C the counties. He would be .constantly meth- enable privileged orders to squander the public reve-nue dot, (hat source, and cannus o .ftirl dm claiion
because the mixed l.mnAi.siu,,, or courts being liament, that the pir y tnus .ea iti to ing the farmers c ri their nne cattle, horie-, money with the lavish profusion thehy db and lthe jt ntii of bCongress. Buot *.hert- al a re-
composed, in part, --f fo reign judges, these gress is s aisort i i" ,nae Ui States- whh sheep, and other ani.als-the faner's wives while we read of the extravagance and profligate medy for the evil be found ? Cogre-' lias no
would not"be liable t,,i e".chment, a. ...or.i~dg operate onlyon ct.zeni s ,hILb. e wi l e % wi th elegant c\ ,eIts, table clulhs, linen, ntnhel,' waste of the public money elsewhere, let us be the ability remn ve Itire difticulties in regard to
toth, constitu;in "-t tie U',n..J States; and, not strictly true, is wh > b r la and every desc=iptiun of household nm nul,.;ture hreful for the blessings we enloy, and constant-, mSn. <, ,, ,i oh I,.n ,,we all .groan. T. inc .-aac
thi -... .........r-e'n Fr, "a s crime under tela--.-a...d ...' ic- ul :. .lessngswe.e jiand %, i,.... 'll' o
il i....'the executive authority of this coun-.ritn--tiot.; for, as piracy is a cre i are out -the domestic in.nufuatturerr with the choicest ly remember that they can be preserved only by the .ale uf posUge would only add o to i embar-
.o'ld'not appoint. l'ge, t 'o associate with ul rations, and those who are ,: fruits ol thisoun kill, -ide. bt the p- er of mn a- tihe u Itchfulne.s arld intllil.g ce oftheyPeople asi.ar5,4ts-,[th c;.n m ,uniir,ur,l -.fsin: ii n .->.
o ..r.a dirr.. ,onsible iu-lJ : la 'aed r, ll _vilize n tions, a _.nd .r the chiner)- thte farm er's sons with the rosy-cheek- It would be tedious, if not disgusting ., to re ly tile _n t of getting w here ,i t al i p p -,,t.
Because the co. io'.. nof he lac-s being-, in this cannot declare .r.y u-ence pir y, at t- c.- ed daughters of theland-tthe clergymen with view the various occasions on which tIe Irish !age a,:.ou,,,3s could also be incgreis-. -.n1 would, :
Because the (on,',r i nu t,,..,. ....- )i""s,-: cannot dunee- r ct-lar.". '! ...r g .t
U lion, re-ulated by the municipal laws of the enactment cffecci e ag n9',-tdi c su bje eet thti se the lawyer and doctors, and all die- people have luilih cd themselves befbe their ensure the return of astil! greater number of dead
separate states, the government of the United zens of all nations. All that one in ep scriptions of people flocking to the Fair,. .At Kig; we shall be content, and, we presume, our letters to the General Post Office, Would not
separte sctes do, is t--o puni sh its own citizens or sub ...-..- .K. ng;, ..cntn, .d w. . ....sto tie e erl;Po tOfic o ldtrt
States coukl neither guaranty their liberty in state can do, is to punish its own d offending these exhibitions the traveller may view,.enclos- readers, with some account of the Dinncr given a: rductioni of post offices and routes be a more
the states where they could only be received Jcts, or such foreigners as ae ouniin its uis- ed in the hundred pent,, the mos t valuable do- to his Majesty by the Corporation of Dablin. A salutary measure ? I conceive that there is not
as slaves, nor control them insthe states where under its rflaand consequent States have mestic animals- shelves alled with. the products dinner which seems to have fed fat the royal ap- so great a demand in this neighborhood for the
they would be recognized as free diction. This. is what t..e fll, ed .. of the loom, and the roost beautiful specimens petite for adulation and splendor. We judge so conveniences which the mails afford, and tile'
"1 ~ u... only followed thle rule e-so which- ... .s
Because the admission of a right in the officers done, and in this they havedyto which e of female art and industry-he may hear of as- from his having directed Sir Benjamin Bloom- same may be said of most places, .,s to support
of foreign ships of war to enter and search the of the common law, ae"ur i1 of pra- tonishing productions of the soil, enormous crops field to inf. rm the Lord Mayor not only that thle and justify the continuation of all the post offices
vesselsof the United States, in time of peace,. Hawk, P. C c. 37, semt. ii th e actsn r:bbery in reward of the husbandman's labor.. He will King was pleased, g'ra/ifed, and delighted" but now amongst us, or as wouldsupport more than
under any circumstances .whatever, would cy consists in committing tlhos easc hich, i behold thousands, of our fanrners interchanging that his '.1.jestv was never before treated so one :t eve l) 10 or 12 miles' distance from anoth-
meet with universal repugnance in there public and depredation upon the hig mounted toas, fe opinions and listening to each other's suggestions; splendidly in the British Dominions," and, as we er. It I be correct i this posio,, ical tr.i
o siniOn of this country, yand there would be io com .ttedon land, would have nt iin veral he nmav note thc. Ariculurist, in his public ad- know ,e had never been out of those dominionsr, eie-hborh.-o m.,v be dispens.ddwith; .
rospect of, a ntici -n by advice and con- ny there. Great Britain' has hersea s dess L, dll'..sLrg knowledge tbling tu the,bui- we m., pi esumie ii was the most splendid enter- 'ei r e.-pectfull,, your nloult obediclut,
SSent of the senate, of"iny s-ipulatii.i a- intances,.decolaedhofl e nessof le, i a -,ainf manlyoqunie, which tainment to Ihrich GeorgetheFourt, ever sat .. A. B..
ture w l .m l liament; in troof of -cee.t ., willconih,'e h,,,, tha thlie culilators -f a FnEEl down.
Because the couls of mixed commission pre- :tof8Gsof d)i c. 24, w.hnd nl den Pose -. tL d0 it *i.t te c.,Itation of the mind; The internal guard of thelManiion House was I .T E ITORS,
:h s cc ed a d h:st tu e f..G u u" w sTO TH E EDITORS, '
clouded the trial by juiv y; which is contrary to igtheIgsucceein in i.. e stiuie-i iece he will behod ihe piout, p.atoe in the midst, and, Composed of Gentlemen in r ch fancy dresses, ei/ e ed ih e o
the fifth article of the n ,entsofthecon- 2 c.' 30, the latter o w p.rcu recte a of an aembld people, living up armed with sword n ba s, cn ft emotionin your pa-
% ,+' vt t-f' "a a.... .. n- s t onf f n a9 l.d p ope h gup' armed with swords tn.l battle a3 cs, M1- Clit 21 T cli ,, ,,d- 11
stithution ofthe United Sates. That.'artilee aantl natural born suiblects and denzens the viceof gratitude to heaven for.the early and ed for the honr of aitin, on their ,eS eign. p e risd rn t xtra:t a itr from
s G r a t rit in .P ar is, dite d ` 3 4 1, ,f A p ril, p o0a'1 tra- V I1, ,r t h p er '- "
presly says, that "no person sl,:ll be held to Ge.t Bt. r ich lrd Castlereal- matter rain, the gentle de"s, and the warm influ- Every thing and every body being arranged- in sonal .iues of Gen L ytio oi
Thne effrontery with whi h or asie e g .... tovr esofGvn.L'n~y tt h
a.-,-*er for a capital, ir uther.-,s- "infamrneus e e y wed h ences of the sun, which h.ve crowned the labors their proper places, a general buzz announced de aori o f the greatest ts of th
crime,unesson a pr.,entme, t dioet .fa could say, that a government oune e of the hub:dar wit p tiful harvest, and his Majety'apprach The whle wa fom he a rit, however, pro melf to b r
graikd fury, exceptin cases a'ismri in the land presentative principle.-opposed the greatest oh- filled his basket and his store. He may mix with Ithe door at which- he entered to the Throne was i rimrant o07the events of the rech Re i
or navalfolces,or in the rmillla. %when in aciaall stacles to the suppres Sion of the slave trade, them. at the festive. board, and' n lice joy and Sa- ilaicdwith it erin shit loh, ad heted hFrench evolution,
service "in 'tine of pDblic d r" t e ad e t i n tisfaction on. the conte "ce of all; and, if he'! ble."prepared or ularly grand and enon'c.hara.teru wh se .R ,
SThe cpnstitutiondiob" ction'here raised by session, is sul cha a accrsation, whe it o l t n hc rf-m n Tyo nh dF t os l 1-e ct.

ie .e. r,.'."-,:e nt l by G eist Britain so r n ac c.a t"io, S ",haiwhere innocent k nirth and gaytgood hu _.- The Lord mayorr helped his:tu La a ,t f a on- i s.. 1 O t-
thl 1'epreset nif-rl' f teUnited Stalthouh rnua yt t.on- ta te r a rylIf Sha t en Ia Holiayi-rte n. Jema onwihter osIstruck sup, bu save tpe KinsI on 61his '.1aie I dd ntda r o e.. o ''defisetroy I thisn"C an aelstof Io.d
the principles of the Hely. ante, rhus-dil tol tpre ,~-tMa an.,..u ghese iebat obi.,, sd the. Ofthetbuton, v en l, t n w shed alho to be helped,r and being t. l I .
.sEi ,, le"J,.u e le ,nuit h .ve signe-1 it in his !.,m t ,dspo= on o r..e. .- o. t- .:couun ,n c przesexet a -neifcial and a .happy influence,- fromt h the Lord M mayor, his lMajc,.y, in the most o \ ,s is.^ p e en tr e nt f -. ....e e
o w hl n t.,i ., itir, ., w h .c l h is P m ." M in .i" r t '. *e g e _e a l p ro p ohitio n~ u c rt do.s p t on he ,i in e n bi c. tew.e, a n d tho c utr. ,,ad:egda. d ..o-a ,p .bo, w,.r. ,,r"t' .. e ,ti e l i a n d y :. L ....de u u*.n\ u^ o e f
lord Liverpool, declared he could n,-t do,inas. with Great Bn ta., to th, accomphl,,hment of tl> people be0..n ctt r ,cqu.,.ated, more as-.i:,,i-| ;.-lped the L,,,d L ,uti.r, ant, Prince EE ierhozy, h n h G n nc l m n rt n,,ble oi o oul
much as'it Was in r'n h le British con- common ed, the surl-cs. i of the trade I. that, lted in ,ir is, and are thus enabled to ptr- ,i-hLord Chaellr, nd ome others. Wh.n hi. n naar b o ol

iug into ay treaty or convention to warrant the the coast which is the scee, of thib li., us traflc; Manufacturing Societies are becoming more po- sate upon his :ight,and the Lord Lieutenant upon ve r tu i e I iii Dte bewamea l-
right of search in time of peace. oa measure which it is in the contemplation of pular every year, and imrovement in the breed his left; they immediately rose and bowed to hi e, ev La e ,%pr h iki ty, hie .hd.nt
Itmay be thought by some persons, that th tis government to continue without intran.sion; o.animals, manutacbures, .and mode of cultiva- Majesty, who drank to both their healths" ith.he liberal rIple th ep n he: l It
sentiments of the people-ought not to be interpo. that, as there are armed Bitislh vessels, charged ti is making rapid strides. The health of his Majesty being drunk, he to allthe views of the Emperor, d.-..tle, is ve I
sed between gve.nmients, as an obstacle to the with the name duty, constantly ket crul,-, on We have already received the accounts of se- rose, bowed in the most gracious manner," and tire, and retired atgether to is Chate
allowance of the right of search. But this is a the same coast, I am diected by the Pre- veral celebrations in ou state and Ne England. sat down amidst a thunder of applause. The La protected a
doctrine that can nevt- be admitted in the United sident to propose that instructions, to be As it Will be impossible to insert these.accounts ,l.g;cn.e ,p,e ,e.i d to give great satisfaction to his ;r Npotec n m aa h os t c' rtl e n.
States: And Great, Britain herself has not dis concerted between the two governments, with at length, we shall furnish a compendious notice Mjesty, as he kept time, most accurat.'/, with 1t apo coT as an IRUT h
daine, to1 use poplar opinion as an argument, a view to mutual assistance, should be given of them all, beginning with those received from his hand, upon the table," &c. c. His Majesty ; i -
In tie negotiation of a commercial treaty, by Mr. t the commanders of the vessels respect- some of the counties uf this State. was pleased in such transcendantly ilIttcin :h ; -
onro and -i,.ck.e, in the year 806, the ively assigned to that ervie that hey may be ,. Cony.-The exhibition efore the Agricltu- terms to express his dlght an i at the t 'TOh.
rdfuive rpoo ldecl. oa he United States greater convenient, to cIu.e in company, to comni- s d. ., C..J *in .i 1, devoted to | o t ty bound to ,Pind up :,r,.l k.. Genthemefn I know n..rt whl iruth there .n,y
prhi ~le e-, n the E s ldia trade, the coiniity cate mumnuaely to each ther all iormadet htion ob- aenbledtoM.13,.-1, his hu. ble a.,ie ,nl. dgocmen o th er,s i, j-, v h is, o th r l ta the ins obscertiono. bt, ,s 1 -
of Da E,:,thsisn p rcise,.ly and the cile n, er .Ig iv aineb by the one, and which may be useful t i pa s rnd suitable festivities. Te annul .jr, r 1 curlscdinl ta t pe th the insertion uf. them in.y baer
f wir-sof- EqunBd'nA .r. -rl-,e *iljit f r .11, iiicicl.iL, sl..- >et-cujian of the guides ofthle-other, and to |address was dleliveryd by Paschial Franchct, Esq. IPresi- i in meil.m it j< nt i lKs b .m luiael) ..bo-ut liaii., 11111 pa. Pc (:' ;*.* sibly do any harm, rn1 m isy pi ,bc(-
the opinions of a ptn of the British public give each other every assistance which may be dent of he Scity the members. ined together at retire," which he did amid the som e good, by exciting discussion,.1 he
could influence th e ministryto withhold the grant compatible with, the performance of their own Mnun's hotel, and ibe )oyous festival was closed in the; admraio and regret of. the whole compaiiT. ventur*ed .fq submiit them to your and your re -.d
ofatmoderatelprivilege in tradesurelythesen serice,.md adapted d the end which is the w e com ,Iv.i'e The halths of the Ii.i., were dr.nkad e' .ndra ti,.
TheIhealthsof the i si,.rtRic. were drunkiatdrihngiSocietieslrneeofb.Dr.ing.r ,ore s o- l.t:

timentsof almost the whole Ametican people common aio bothparies s letter o o countyand wasinnocenceandirth. Amon theymade speeches, which were received with In ll of Dr. Brte.'i .el.:a
may be permitted to weigh with thiPrsident of the American Secretary of Stiate was in the ps- the premiums awarded, we notic the following: ie mense applause Journal is a letter from Dr. imes Taylor, of
the United States in a matter of vital importance;, session of Lord Castlereagh w hen he threw out For Tilhage. Samuel Coleman, of Otsego, 46 bushels At the close of this happy and harmonious feast, Norfolk, Va. in which he observes : It is to be'
for the repugnance to the. right o search, even in his reproaches against the United states and re. er ti, 2w6 Iusshels 1 o. s cpri we o 1 e th the spirit of the Orange Lodges peeped out, and remarked, that if one of our ltatives, iz e.l with"
pular every Iuyear, andinfLa mmayt:E, %ory fev g er : ,, Lhc ,p t,, d

time of war, is almost universal in this country. presentativ c o et 6 dolls arius Warren, tsego, best acre of pes,4 one of the company gave the glorious and im- pi or inflamatoryever i .: .pi,
S There is another consideration, of. great eo- re bushels, 5 dolls. Reuben M'gallum, Middlefield, best m ortal memory," a toast of the nost offensive ited freely, he'is certainz oj ahn it-s, enterit in- ,e
meant to the merchants and traders of the United A TEACHER WANTED. do. oats,80 bushels and one peck, 5 dolls. John Veber, nature to four-fifths of the people of Ireland. Iti autumn ; therefore, even in ia.lL-n.nSatu' y : it- -
States, involved in the proposed right of search, -HB Tr,u ^f n t ,:,r-.., ...,,emy wi'l, on Exeter,- best acre ot Indian corn, 127 bushels 15 quarts, remonstrated agains,-the ,emonstrator was I ?' ,we are sparing of the lancet." If this .he a-
vWhi oullpuh: not.to be lost sight of in the discus- A, the 1st Saturday ,in s..a:, t ,:, ,,ee-.t. e ,' a p 16 O i ,lehulltis h thp. C n1d Cotton Bu ttSr t be turned out of the ruom, and the toast drutk! It t*IL_, those who do not.wish to have the aguein the
sion of this topic. By the treaty of the Haeue. pl Teacher tor h. er,.,r r.. The ar..:,ill .- Swedish turnips, equal to 21 tons per-ac"e, is not improbable i.he.depr.urm of .. io King willl h'.h'ld avoid being bled freely n the spring,
t +t.. this_ is .. then sacreer coastur, I eqalmodirtoesctedc ebsyottheproPare-t e' rtd retired a. Wl}

of the 4th of M ay, 18h 18, thc i Bht c.-f t,, nch is ,t a desrable ""o"',,e t,, aL ,, experle, cecapai .y 3 dolls. David l 'r, Uedfield, best quarter E:,i. t ts,-d, be Ia.. mi. st for. a revi al, in o all its ebitt he-, uless in i a e- of u:g n necessity. .'
to be exercised within tl,,: Mediterrarncan sea, rytestimonials nhose r1peta. ..-e .. .'. :;u-,' 137 lbs. 10 z. 4 dollars. ; of the party spirit which his presence has :uct..h, TIe c, work ,nfotms us, th..i ,ihe 0..vna
nor within the ses in Er ing ilho he persons wsin to obtain the appointment are re- e iT h ..mals as being i a temporarily allayed arising from the leaves, stems, and l-,hsei ,:- .
Straits of Gibrailtar, and which lie to the north- ques.ed to address obeir coipsbunicaoion, post pa.d, to ", \ er At a, public meetingg of thn Catholics, it was Datura, Stramonium (James' To" in ) ie
ward of the thirty-seventh parallel of north lati- .o- ,ao .E, Prest. pert .[ .:et.'; rsr .. ....--I n ,. ,,..: of the art,- voted to opui a subscription to ereht a Palace tholics itw be productive of1i"nteritent fevers."
qunerteg tbeatwleentheir two governmncuot,,pst ao, wthOihaonedosntc oeta e ettmiotacrt' ihRT

tude, and also with ad to the eastward of the Petersrg, Valsepti-aw4w cs r .ed, .i con.n,,., ne been a source of for the King, and many thousand pounds were Isit:not worth while ascertaining whether this'be
S meridian of longiud twenty degrees west f q e Hundred dollars Reward. the h st gratification. Among these were some su instantly subscribed. O this occasionCounsel- vulgar prejudice or fact? The plant is said to
Greenwich. The latitude here assumed is about N away from the subscber, ving near Queen r d r.: mt clot essed o cas eO'Connell said, he felt pride in declaring be fast spreading from the southern to he noh-
that of Cape St. Vincent ;.and both the longitude .l Anne, Prince George's County, negro He iy, petin, '.Ile I,.., ,nd linenshirting. that their most gracio.s Sovereign is the most ac- ern parts of this continent. It is a strong narco-
and latitude are stich as to exclude the D. iti.h o .1 50 years, a bright mulatto,: ,, r.i.;,,11.,,. .. hi Premiums on uarns. Samuel Mullery, Hartwick, 20 complished Gentleman IN THE WORLD, and that tic, and when taken, into the stomach p udu:e,
seas, and the seas leading to tie British posses, hair, 6 feet high, and stout made. i.- ,iL..,k, q.1,,': ., J dollars. Amasa West, Hartwick, i8 ,sons in -V'lth!. Atmerica, fromthe presence of ipudently; i while at work gretattention >s paid Milford 16 dolls. Picot C. Chamber, Richfield, 14 the admiration, love, and respect,- of every indi 'l'e Ird,.ns ,re said to destroy themselveswith
; theree will be discovered a grating *,f hIs teelh, He was dolls lunther Sniitb, Springrfield, 12 donlls Garret Wy-ain oe ac ep>i o vr n
vessels authorized to make the search, hilstthe ,raised, by Wmn. Diggs, of Montgmery county, aitd lived coff, Otsco 0, dolls'n kl vpl e2dl in Ireland." When men like Mr. O'Cond it when in a state of mental despondency or bo-
seas near the coasts of the Ulnited States are lseft m and near Georgetown fur many years. oe is an ex- Jefferiso County.-The fourth anniversary of the So- nell condescend to such fulsome adif action, we dily suffering. This plant is rapidly t ,pih,.lig
open to the incuIsions and.vexations of this pro- cellent carpenter. The above reward will be given i city in this county has taken place. The collection of ought not to Wonder at the humiliation of the in the Unoccupied parts of this city, and if the
ejected right of visit .and detention. Practical men placed in Balimore or Washiggton city jait; people as greater than at any of the former celebra- dignity of man which i tkloibiie Wvere'gret to charge of its being productive of intermittent fe-
will sec at once, that. there is no reciprocity in '- v,' -,2awtf W M. 1. CLARTT', tions, and an increased spirit and interest was 'itanif'est- say too generall'y by the mass ofthe people, vers should prove to have the least ftnd->'.>n,i
.this distinction. Of all lhe ch tib n powers, the WARRENTON FEMALE ACADEMY. dr..Te irs was devotedtu the examination of ought to be annu.,;ly destroyed by legal order.
c. f h tro., I,,,,irur ll.,,..an te.,i-,,l ; lei a n edub th e.our, a;d w ich m yebe u sefu to f thi

United States would tphe n..t f l t-h.a ddiscrimina- .', ,tH m, annua l Examination sof the pupls in tun es -,a.I,,,,, ..... .rr,, p. .l.- exercises, a ,.line of pre m ri- .,.--.. [ Pri ,O-,tICUS. .
tion. A line is, drawn, -hich completely protects. tablishment will commence on Monday the 12th. uns, public droner, and **tile dayclosed with a splendid wiscASSETT OCT. 11 i,.gt. ,,' Oct. 18. .
commerce on the. seas of all Europe from i.iter, and close on the 14th day of November. Gol meals agricultur.l ball, at I..._1.,,. ..... i.io,,a,... iundred ladies,
Tr.p;.i:n whilst the innocent trade in iotd dust will be publicly presented to several young ladies who tle best hope of ,Vlb...,,, as. ed .,. floor" The i I.. Cil' n. Court o the United States is now ,
i ino te i u I ,,e completed their education, and who wi.llevmnce procession of ahrmers; with their hats graced with heads sitting in this town. At the opening f the Coulrt, 100 DOLLARS eit ARD
gums, and ivory, on the coast of Africa, and the a radical knowlcde of the higher branches of learn g of wiheat, were accompanied by- a fine bannd of music Judge Story charged the Grand Jury in an ,ele- liOR'apprehending my negro man B1LLEY, who went
trade of the entire .shores of the two Americas, not usuallyattained in female seminaries. and appropriate (lags lo the church, where the usual gant and appropriate address. The trial of Lt. I off' the 24th of last month, in ;iy absence. He beg.
excepting the British provinces, w..nlid be sub- Reduction of Terms. ceremonies were observed, and two original agricultural lIobrt commenced on Tuesday morning, and s'ed a pass for 7 days of his mistress, to visit his mother
ject to the constant cruizes of an armed squad- The terms for the session, commencing the first Mn- odes sung by the choir h in Rowan County. I have since learned that he purchas-
ron. day in January, 1822, will be i60, being 20 per cent. dibainy C..... ,. -The official account of the Cattle continued through th daUy. he Jury, after re- ed a free negro's papers, with an intention of getting
Witnbt taing al ny par in t o woffeA eri s pe f less than :-.io.t... Thissum will pay sor board, waslh Show and ....,... i,..t which took place in this county on ti.ng a focond time, brought in a verdict of t to the state f .Pennsylvania, thus taking advantage of
iu .ing ny pa c conc i ft ing. and tuition nm leading, Writing, Arithmetic, (ram-. Tuesouty and Wadnesd:y last has not yet been publish- Guity. an improper indulgence. He became possessed of 50
the five great powers, as they denominate them. mar and Parsing, Geography, Hitory, Mythology,Belles ed. We learn that the collection of animals and domes- aa--- to 100, and was well clothed; went away in a blue
selves, the United Sttesaes have done more than Lettres, Chymistry, Natural Philosphy, and Atronomy. tic manufactures exhibited a decided improvement in rck cnat. l expect he will endeavor to pass for a white
Eay of them for the suppression of the trade in Those who remain a sufficient lteg'th' of time at school` ,this excellent farming district since the last year. Thir- Somethin new in Cada.-The following ad- foman. He is of a light yellow complexionnegro-curlcde
slaves. It has been- proved and conceded tiat will also be instructed in Zoology ad 'Sotany. teen teams started far the premium in the ploughing- verisement is.copied from thie Montreal Herald hair, about 6 feet uhish, modest in his behavior, and
thy wr the i t abolish i Th ats f Pens and ink, paper, &c. are supplied by the princi- niatch, ard performed their operations with wonderful o, Tuesday last : speaks.easy and plausible. The above reward will be
Coey w oe 0thfa p 1 o th o pals, end for ttese a regular charge of nt2 50 pe session celerity and exactness, tuning under almost every spear ',, ad, paid for taking up said run away ncgro, so that I can get
Congressofthe thofApri ofthedof made. All the requisite books may also be had at the of grass. The home manufactures and hosdandry ir- a NOTICE.- lh Cbank of Canada, sept. yei N t H. CAMPBELL.
March,,1819, and of the 15ith of Ma, 1820, will usual store prices; besides which, no'extra expenses are pleents made a ne show in the Lancasterian school- 13, 1821. The president ad directors of the ayettevileN.C.sept22-27-2ai3w
mttest the sincerity of the constituted authorities allowed to be incurred, excepting suct as may he au- room. W beheld," says the Albany ..'i-... with Bank of Upper-Canada, having observed, (withA W
of this country in the rrofe'n which they have thorized by parer.tsor guardians. honest pride, some fabrics of linen and wool which great concern,) for, several months past, an en- ON HUNDRED DOLLAS REWARD
made in the cause of humanity. The last men. In is Semiry there are three entlemen and one evicted t rpid ianonet of our country-women vor on the part ofthenk of Canada to in- he ep o en dehis,
ladyHo ea tkcs knftlyegge~nteaching I'hos-e banhe twti n t1 .1 sa awy rvetat f rpe n-dasrem onstrthedparant o the reanotibvanaatori- was h mlomn fJug ahngotl

tioned act declares those v. lh,, land on a :or e.*:, included in the first charge. A competent appra curage ent .was g aiven y to, the n ,a ut t'uri.ng i terests, jure its credit, and cripple its operations, by us- ,a mornin,negroesGEORGEG FR:AbS ^ u
shore, and seize negroes or noulattoes not held to tus ,s employed for the purpose of illustration in Natu. we need not resortt to the looms of European natives for ing means highly unjustifiable, and as they are Georg, F ra n gd ears an a scar on the upher in-vt
ry black, withilhsmalbestrhalfnadfa scar onsthe updoerotoins

service,, vith intentt to make them slaves, or who ral Pl,...,... ,Sa ; dChymistry; also, a pair of large globes "'y atices comfortablee raiment, nor for many of the advised, illegal, to collect their bills by numer- f the last finger o is right hand. Ned is 5 feet 5 in.
decoy or forcibly carry them- o board vessels, for' Geography, and a very complete orrery for Atrono- naetsm o r, i l.ent ls o agets, established in every part of t he Up ches ih, black with broad eeth, far part. They are
A' desirable, o t .. -, a Lw o-no rin e af c e)S qu. w I ._". I1

for.that purpose, and those who aid and assist in ..r ,e- .... .. d -r t' some sickles, muactured by John Gd'ey frLthis per Province, for thle purpose oi producing a firm hads, and clothed as they generally are when em
detaining them n board with that intent, to be Theupis all ard withthe principals, and regulat- city, which were pronounced by competent judges vast- run on .the said Bank of Upper Canada, deem it pyed the crop, bu have otir cloth, which they
pirates, and.punishable with death. This provi- ly attend divine service every sabbath. ly superior.to any imported, and liflly equal tu those of expedient, (in order to prevent any false impres- twillTn cbUt ala wich t h ie hin
I oih- ,'tRons engais absent i heleavesphiem, wi asnd uced v thes-i Lll

sion extends to aliens in vessels of the United Music nd i drawing have their respectiveteachers,and Pensylvana manufture." The address, which i sspok- sion,) to give the public notice that they will not to avail themelve ofhe present opportunity. The
States, nd citizens on board of any vessel. form a separate charge. There are three excellent Pia- en o as at eellent r to l hereafter redeem any of the bills so colecd and have eloped without an cause, and have long evinced
SIn the protocol of the conferences btwee thue el th de tth o ria st at Skinner'sManson House," and the anniversary passed presented by the said bank or its agents--unti disposition to do so. Their conduct for some tme past
pleipotentiaries oel t-e five powers, held at Aix.la- solid and radcalnothing being taught by way ofcate off with instruction, pleasure, ad satisthtion to al. We copeled byhejudgmentof his majesty's courts .has been refator, defyig all discipline, and cntrl,
Chapelle, on the 4ith of November, 1818, it is cheism : will not omit to mentin the noble muificence of the ofiustice.In coming tothiresohtiothepresident narticulary sincere sister attempted t pisnthe

hottedJ"ha---rdCasterI manager.to his oter Pvymdollars will beh given n n admence.
statd, that lord Castlereagh added to his other Payment to be made each session in adance.in Stephen VaPRensselaer; in addition to his annual &directs have bcengoverned by a sense justice m in the county of Fairfax o
propositions, that, acC..rl"..g 0 the opinion of The first session itn tthe year ends early iniJune, when subsptin of t n m o s, paid trIl he last towards those individual's who repose confidence District of Columbia, and 100 for both, or 50 for either,
several -eiso ns W tl t :t, w as o, reat there is an examination, Iut no vacation;, the second h ec year s to th rAlbn tyAf r t ur n tUSoiety,,no t thou n tS 0o r fbo th, o fo Vither
Sev-ral persons, wi a .f.rriiiiiii was of great,-lt s)to... J,:. ,i h ',-,, e s be in the Bank of Upper Canda. and who may de- if taken out of the county of Fairfax and state of Virgl-
Sg session 1endb in thein m d 1of oc e, ie ar sa Il 1,1. .,1 ,za
weight on this FiRsitionl, it would be ulul,'and 3a, ntil Januar. N b e paid.,.,,,.11..1.*,,, 3zh.o, ,., come. sire to have bills redeemed, that they have ob. nia, with reasonable expenses when delivered to Mr.
perhaps necessary, to o,,.,i.k: the tia.d in Ilat Cs Each lhdy is to bring with her a coverlid, a pair of rained by those honorable means best described ead, a tUion tntrmthe manager cbrJdgo Washigton,
as a cruize against thie law of nations, -and to this blankets, sheets, and towels. F ou SALE, as beings opposite to thdioec pursued by the Bank e erence to n .n-,i.il 1 a., Esq. ea be .Ji.,, Ui.
OILSA e eremceto N,.tL.Ict Ilcit~l tt', Esq ,. ,,,D t
effect to assimilate it to p*i,.ocy, at soon as, by the JOSEPH ANDREWS, F applied forsoon, a: negrTo In.'n, in the prime of life. of Canada. ,I CIoluIbL,. ''
accession of fortugalt 'i ab.,lit-, of th trafficts. JONES, HR ie is a g"od coachman, housW Servant, and 'gricul. By order of th(e directors, BUSHROD WASHINGTON, Jr.-
haecome an uniersameasure." Warrenton, N.C.sept29-wt jan 1 Pncpa ts 14t M. POOR, auc. S. BARTLETT, Cashier." oct10-1-dtf near Mot Vernon.

S____ -- -- CONFIRtMATION.

I : N w RIoIct Tc717.
SL--m.l -jri Curracoa.-By 'i. Ci. ni_-ci._nI ,-
------ donough, captain Aoger', the Editor$ of the Ga-
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20 zeiuehave received the Coitrant of the 29th ult.
which antourcs' e death of Admiral Peter
Lb)uis Brion, who breathed his last on the 27tiw,
Latest from ..t. .quu.i.-A n intelligent and in the 39th year of his age, nuch .t.r-d."
well-informed correspondent in Florida wrote to says the Courant, ( by his fai,.t, c .' : '.
,is, some reks ago, that, from what he had ob- all who had the pleasure of Jl ..r11mn ... i"t "
so; s a P i :i 1C ('a il V, e. ... 111 it. '' :n tre'
served of the disposition of the late Spanish offi- ., lb i. I.
cers inrPensacola to delv ilic llivery of the o nei- vw c.jiistant skiriniihin,.,. "li Coiingri ot I
cial records ofL the W esternt Province, h.: h. .) .,. Di-n h .... .; that ol! lw born slaves
doubt itha' coercive measures would be rc, ."--r) a..i.. Li. hun tI-, and to be stipuorte l by t ;n .--1
to i li ..i nm in the E -,stern Provincc also. His t'r, *il !1 .. a' 'e18 ; tioslaves tnbe imported,
S, i 1 .' .. allowed to bhui ; Ie l i oie 0
prediction is verified, as appears by the following slave ithi s s,, e yant, and lie to be take
account, which has been politely forwarded, in way with him.
anti.-1ipation of the mail,'from our editorial cor- The schooner Twvo F ,.ni i .'rni.- i C- .
respondent in Charlestofi. The proceeding at racoa, had been captured by the Spani h ** *aL.'.r
St. Augustine appears to have been ly encr- F.moso Indiatio, and ordered io, I Cabell.;
g ti at. t i. ,'- ,. and it is-said they intend to take all I I- siu -i-
gotic it, h th at at Pensacola, e,.l, t. advantage pected of having property .i I....i., es.,. tc.
over it-that no personal violnc-e was emplyed o places in the possssn .. C o.'.i-
pei'aonl f" y" rro ptlaeces in the pOSsus tk, r ,, lii. t .llill'I ,l .
in making the seizure of the papers. "t is hard- noit ithstatding, its having t .,I I ..i.1 in a iIco.i
ly f -O:-il:.ic tc. :,ncoi%' ,i a correct niotive for the tral.port, as, it is added, the present l..i-lik.vi'lc
cor,,,,,, ..1 ih. late Sianish authoitlies in thus the extensivecoast exists only on paper,

embarrassing the American officers itt the outset
'of the discharge of their duties. The delivery of
the Piovinces certainly ought to have included
the delivery of all the papers 'f a public nature
appertaining to them ; and the secreting of such
papers cannot but be regarded as a breach of
faith on the part of the Spamsh officers, if
they retained any authority under their govern-
ment; and, if the authority derived from their go-
vernment had ceased, ive hardly know hoiv to

ti ain 71i.il ZImp ovmeInt.-A stearsm I.c.' ,ithi
a double revolving engine has commiinenced rt.n
ning betwixt Medford and Boston. Her speed is
stated at eight. nilcs an hour, and the .peculiar
crinai ruci-ii., of her bbiler allows it to be above
deck, le-Jnmi ti' hi. '.l-h uuaceupied, and free from
hr -. antd dja gei. The intveitor, has obtained a

R, Ti'hark'.,d. -We have seen a letter from Pa-
ris, of tr ;e .ii', A It'u .Lt, l'iic .i states, i i, It .'b.i.It

speak in proper. -e ns ou' the contumacy n li, h cCi :i. lea.-'..,e h I,.. 1I,. A .) near UI.. in t't -i .-
induced their :, piis ate peroi.s to go .o suLh Ot '-r .1 l,,Ii I lr Ir t. th plague, for t hichy
lengths as they lr e.done. '. ma et b t s o .thiil ;
rt yI ,, p i is ii a elti :a d ten a: few hotrs illness..
ost w.i.ts -. **A- .r. 1F. GGazette.
FitOM T. .'.OUTINEOct'. "
'.We rsand"a.G ii lTr,. "TEt Tillotson, addressing r li: i..u, bigots, has this
W e understand that. Gq,. \\ uihngtot,after -b- -. ;-, .-a
"pointed, turn D Deluded )eoplu lnat do- not
his arrival here, had written to the Spansh Es- cside. tlh.. t e r,'t "' heres s te world is a
crivano to deliver over the papers; aned had ap- p n i h. Z t /h er .:i t ., a i
poite dmund Lawsq. sAcaeT 'wied life ;" aethat. God will i' ` r ,a a
po d Edmund Law, Esq. a Alcalde he de- man .n hundred defects of his understanding thait
livery was refused for reasons given by the Es- iau ,of his wilL."
crivano.- It was then determined to issue a spe+ -_-_
cial commission to three Americans, and take all
t..e... .. v U in rA7ew.IIr;' Court of Sessions, Oct 15.
the withheld arilte and docutimn s fluin lhe .
Escrivano, ex-Governor, LarLdl ffCrio t v it eI i e Mrs. Ann O'Leary, a decent looking V. olr, n
in iilshe hands lthy mighl be nuini.-' te,'.tl orf g''.] character, with child in her at ins, lund
if pri,, ticn bl., but f.r'ci' ;bln n,:r W "\ !', ".- guil v of throwing vitriol oh Bnridgct M urp. in
thcr urndi lstaid, that :sr. Worthington. under a fit Ol jealousy., having found cher tilt he It -'
the 7th article of the treaty, considered Col. Cop- band, Mrs. O'Leary has 7 chtidren,-No fine
pingr,.tihe lat ..~ vernor, and any oilither Spanish was laid ; but she .lad to g ive serity for her
officers remaining here since the cession, as pri- good behaviour 6 months, S 100..
vate individuals, and, therefore, entered into no John Downs and Elizabeth Downs, as:,ilt adr,
correspondence particularly with him on the sub- battery, id (,or appear, fined 5 and costs. In
ject; but, as his ultimatum, wrote plainly and. the last mentioned case, of Downs' anmd his wife,
forcibly to the Escrivano, Mr. Entralgo, to give thee trial was attended with some laughable oc-
the papers up peaceably. The delivery was not currences. The charge was for an assault and
offered ; and it was'plainly seen that nothing but Ibatery of a mild character. Mr's. Dwns, a cor-
justifiable coercion would succeed. A commis- puleit ld', being called, lid aside her cloak,
sion was then made out by the Governor to John bonnet and, shawl, and, corning forward,, made a
R. Bell, James G. Forbes, atnd Edmund Law, low courtesy to the court, crossed herself de-
Esqs. with :.ess -,. John G. Bird and Antelm5 "''u;1y, ,il declared that she intended to tell the
Gay, as clerks. tuth. She the.-i Ier...tcdd, most vehemently, in
On he 21 inst. by rn'sil, letter' was iccco .d her ju-Slica"ti., threw her arms around the
frin, Git. [Ji.ck n,' uttd tl,. lst tll.r.,.1,.iig ti,.e District Attorney, and gave him a close hug, to
takinr- into possession orf hlie papers in ,question illustrate the manner of the assault; and at lenghb,
iilonieiately. A c.-: dirni., after a consultation getting warm in argument, she commenced
lbctu ten the Govec rio, ai3.i Col. Eustis, within a speaking Irish, and Counsellor Swanton, being
few hours after its receipt, the aforesaid Commis- agaitast her, commenced also to speak in Irish.
sioners and Clerks, attended simply by Mr. Han- A ludicrous scene ensued ; and the whole exa-
ham, the High sheriff, entered the Escrivano's mrination progressed in Irish, to the infinite
tficce, ..n.1, ifi his presence, peaceably took charge amusement of the court.
of five boxes of papers; they then went to ihe ex-
Goverhor's, when, after having been admitted in- QUEBEC, OCT. 4.
to the house, they opened his office, by the She- The l[c -t of the King's Posts for twenty years
riff's kicking his foot against the door, and took from October, 1822, was sold on Tuesday last,
quiet c-hare of six more boxes of l-.1"er-; which conformably to the advertisement of the25th June,
ere i,.. i n il ccit tti tally, and -ir..icig.-ii, to 1Ir.Goudie, of this city, for 1200t. per ,nn
ian'ilnltorE, tlat .,ll public papers rt'-.y b[t. s- T'h last lease was held by the Notth Webt Cot-
parated from any that may be private, which will pany, which is now united with the Hudson Bay
iric.nrily be given to the proper owners. Company. The country, the exclusive trade of
The Spanish officers behaved very well on the which is granted by the lease, extends from the
occasion, and, of course, protested roo-st loudily Saguenay, about forty leagtiues downwards, on the
against the whole proceeding; and, we ai-e proud northern bank of the St. Lawrence, and back to
to say, that the commissioners, and the officers the height of land forming the Hudson's Bay
with them, executed the affair in the cunipletest bouidary, in all enough to form a large kmildomn.
and ni.st unexceptionable. mantner. This lease, we believe, is thie only remaining yes-
The Governor ha ao pointed three Secretaries, tige of the monopoly in which thIe Fi ench Kings
versed in the English and Spanish languages, to nce held the trade ofthis colony.--[Gaz.
s,'liaaSte and list the paperstaken under theviewof ----
the commissioners; and the ex-Governor and the e ave i s number Af ou p mn i SaPTt i
We have in this number of ou"r 'p.-" .. .I l most
Escrivano will be invited to attend the whole in- painful tasks'.to perform that has Ialkr., i, our lot since
vestigalioln--which, \. hI. r. completed, we hope to the commencement of ourt establishment--that of giving
be enabled to lay lfuill) el .r,- rle public, who will publicity to the Asghsianation of Mr. ANn)Lw MlAU'ri,.
till then suspend their opinion on this delicate and late of this city. He was attacked, between the hours of
nteresting affair. 10 and 11 o'clock,-on the night the h 20th instant, in
Main strei, on the way to his boarding lmuse. Mr. Mar-
tin was born near Banbridge, in the county of Down,
From the same paper from which the above is Ireland, of highly respectable parents. He emigrated to
taken, we copy the i.,:! itn. : this country five years since, and had re-sided in our city
o about two; the most part of which ti:me, itn the employ
t Governor WVorthington has issued his pro- of Messrs. Winter & Moore. His deportment was strictly
. .~~~~~~~~~~~~V...I c- Ai] -. L :. .. .. .[_-i :. .

clamation, declaring the city of St. Atiu,sline to that of a genteman-hms disposition periecly iiioiiesile;
.iid thle interest which he always evincetfor his employ
be visited wih a most fatal and malignant sick- ers could not have bee surpassed. In short' few young
ness. He says : .This city having been so long inen stood higher in the estimation of all who had the
considered the chosen abode of health ansd inne- pleasure of' his acquaintance. The murderer is safely
considered theconfined, and it is hoped will meet the fate he so justly
vity, renders the condition of the afflicted peculi- merits. We have as yet learned but an imperfect account
ally l;-,ti e.ing, as the thousand provisions int of this melancholy affair; but, so far as we have collect-
ly ie s ho i ed, no provocation had been given. The instrument
sickly countries had not been anticipated.' His used by the assassin was a shoemaker's kniie, which pe-
Excellency recommends that the citizens tinite netihted the heart of the unfortunate Marii,.iand lie ex-
pired instantaneously. The murderer's name is Banker,
in contributions to create a fund for the relief of husprofession a shoemaker.
the sick and distressed.
I The Board of Health report that the disease MARRIED,
is. chiefly confined to the laboring class of white On Thursday evening, the 18th instant, by the Rev.
people who have recently arrived from the north, Mr. Tyng, TOIMAS Coor, Esq. of this city, to Mrs. CA-
and that the natives of the country and of the ad- THAIN WeWsou" of l'hiladelpnia.
joining states are generally exempt. Doctors
Stone and M'Crosky are appointed to administer DIEDn the 1.ns i thit
SW di d i t'; 17ntiI1h inst in the 2I4.tI",

medical aid to the poor, at the expense of the
city. Nurses, &c. are also furnished the poor at
the public expense."

The U. S. brig Spark, Lieut. Elton, sailed
from Boston on Weddiesday week, for the ren-
dezvous near Cape Henry, off the Chesapeake,
to unite with the Hornet sloop of war, to convoy
merchant vessels along the Qulf Stream and the
coast Of Cuba, to the West Indian Seas.

Ro0BERT WHARTON was on Tuesday last unan.
imously chosen, by the Select and Common Coun-
cils, .Mayor of the City of Philadelphia for the
ensuing year.

un w e tnes ay morning e .ti ie z i
year of her age, Mrs. ArAs K. consort of Mr. JusiAH
Boswo0trUt, of this city.
In Concord, N. H. a few days ago, the Hon. Taomas
WY. 'inoMsoN, aged 55, late a Senator in Congress from
the state of New Hampshire.
At Winchester, on the 14th instant, of the bilious fe-
ver, Mr, Joum W. EnmosaNs, in the 23d year of his age.
The remains of this inestimable young man were depo-
sited, on the 16th instant, ill the family burying ground,
near Warrenton in Fauquier county, Va. ft.
, At Vincennes, Indiana, on the 19th of August, of the
liver complaint, Mr. NrATHAN BLAcxRIA, Editor of the
Indiana Centinel. Hle was formerly from Massachusetts.
Of typhus fever, at Brooklyn, (L. 1.) on the 13th inst.
in the 30th year of his age, TuoxAs BtuauowEs, Esq. of
Philadelphia, late purser in the L. States Iavy.

rnFH THE uusTIoa AIULY A-.VTwrsI3Eot OF ~rO5~YAT. COND-tiON OF BRAZIL. p Divine Service may be expected to-mar-
S row afternoon, at half past 3 o'clock, in the. Treasury
PROCLAMATION OF THi lMEF1 'rAN SENATE. We have been favored by Capt. Fox with the Building.
.The following ploclarmation, addressed by the following ittereuin.: particulars of events and Prince George's Agricultural Society.
Messerian, Senat ai Kalamata, t. the citizens of transactions in and about Pernambuco, at the a rned Met.in oe hi Societyr win le held on
the UniT.d States, has b'en sent, in "the original testdates. We prefer his own narration to ay. thefirst Mday i N, N.enber, at Duniap's Tavern,
ritodern Greek and ii, a FreiIch translation, to a mode in which we could present the ir.... ..... ,,,I .: id F"ields, By order,
oentlcrna-n in this town, with a rquiiest to have it ourselves.--Bat. Pt rirt, ,. A. W.. PV- Se.
published and ciiculateci il this coutitry. The AUCTION SA .ES, '
letter in which the pr .acimtion was a Jdcl To the Edt r tf the Baltimore Patt'ct. o o. (urda) '. ,< :0 Ii in.. ..t,
contains the ft'liowing remarks Stn: Herewith you. ha-e the report offthe schooner T at halfpast 3. o'clock, a-. ir Auct,. ....-,. lr .,-,-
S" Telegraph, direct from 'Pe-in lb co, alter a n,.J l.. liverania avenue, I shall seilr 'I.. ...fu--b, ri d
S u. -,,,I. is C -.. t... .. .1. n ti le N passage of 26 ,,1 la ,, .. l .% l, ru ar., '" lk'i aver nu e sr a.. l', se I t'.,- ; ,. t,, rI.
url.l. BJ u, ,howeVw:" ,. ,.r.rl -.. ce to, o the state of the country k oile tli %l., aod at Iie time of I ,i ,; -.- -., 1 i ,.
ers, we, n our presenl rr ,, -cI su, i:,,, 11dJ ow my leaving i t. r e ,,,l it nd nI'.s, 50 pieces
glorious wi l it be t. -u IL I i :.."I ., I.Lte in the IsaiL. .I I i ner,,e it s 6,,. i t Sept. 1'hlct on -. f-l, Mi r, r, '. Counterpit-s i t e n .
w ork, ot iibera uon i K. i .. ..I ,, r. 1"" f- c .. l o \ r n r gr
powers have remained inseii.:ble to tie voi.e 6fj,,, ;, ,,. ..... i e "I ,J,,h ippcarI.l-,Ia ici l d on 0 O l' ll r ,ri, ll trehaser '
piety, tnd( ihunanity '! ie igory alone sof cl a eed e .-., ar Ce o l l 1 the.CIP ]d(I I it 1 .tru i.o .. s uects
would he ai anple reward. i Gureks have never .y ,,, ,,, i ,,,l, I .. i, r i & c
sliiwn thenielvesngratefit, or 'wanting i the dutY "o ,, .t) and.their threats the day before, int i' ,.: t o OR
...., '.l, rt.r- i,. And, as they former 'crowned tile thty ainoiinc-.d their determination of hearing Mass that o1-- O c .
,n.. .l., .: .... .. ith crowns vr,! .-.1.. .. .red them .,. .u,,,,,. i in the city; anJ, to encourage thcir troops .,1 1i Il Ii,',.I ALE 4 r1 B lKIS.
.. ...:.e *,.:. i ., a ...I c .l r,, s. tiey to thi. exploit, had promised then three d1:iv of nin- N Ut'. e IL t'- '.*. .-.ni Il... .. -.1.. cr lI
i ill i,;.... h,,.,,,i. ,1..1 i l... h1 liii'', .i..l ..Ihi'. terniuptcd plunder, and a chance of oi ,i' i oini all the Binn's iHistury oft he uruopenlWars,2 v. large plates
J i.- lt is subscribed by P. L ,.i-, l deputy Iuropean women in the place. This will remind you of ;Fletcher's Wirks, 7 vols.
of ih;: G .recia n Gener -l.-"."ald by A. Koray, A. Booty aid Beauty" at New Or:eans. After all, I much Life of WeVeiltgton, cail gilt
o. ies -, a NPik t;' The le., e: ,i th doubt if the atlemirtwas trade. Every body knows what L:fe ail .,.-.- of Capt. Cook,do
a ... a heartless set of wretches the Iortuguse are ill gen- ta<,, h .. i 2ols vts
.i o)-] writ'ig of K'ay, is tel i m Paris. erial, iid idow much ihre so a raw cournry rabble, or, : I i ..... .
Ti". proclamfat ion is asfollows il oilhir alords, the ..,1.. i' of tlle'cou't.iry However, 'i r I'l I.., h *,. '
S.!(i ,,,I I..' ,h'', n' -i made ian iltclk,it i .iit I ieqluIire 0b ffar Hhrir.'s W irks, lol ,
i '. .biiwe u ii. i i .... i ., '. il.. r A, ri ', 1 .;r,.,i,| r. r i' 1 1id tohin', 2 lu,. c.'fgilt .
h, 1. .. ...>,; I., ..I ,,., ., ],. .le l ,For b rty w e 1 r n S ...o
f. Lt isi"e. e n yrthat oi t u a nau .al sy pa b.. d,er ie pua erepblic, there is tno doubt hbut ., t it l l.e., I i.., ,r.en. 4
r1 s worshpp d .b "p, adherents, would be shot i,,i,, i l,. -jHdmir's.liadand Odyssey, 4 vols
sworsi by yo a In invoking .'hen, indeed, a scene of carnage would en.---' un ,; ma ..:rs, Biographical, Poetical, Mather.ticti,
her nanmewe invoke your's hi.. ... I, i rf. .i .," ,f throats, stabbing, plunder, and rapine, in i.ti hl t Metle.1ac,i.c.
you, we iate ot olur Oviwn: 1e ,1 i i, i lal we shall Al
show otnble you iworthyn ofthe r8 ds Iays' stay in the country, I Ct. r'e.l lb1e 4 .-.rlie,'s PatentRight inAIllinois
'T'honugh separately from you, Americans, by might\ eople. to have but little -confidence in e scli Ii The iltnt ill be sold atmy Auction Rooms,'T'hia Af-
drug awna ,o b you i yr 'irtus. Wy .e doubts ai.d mistrust appeared to be the ruliig eiaaiuil., tcrnrn, at hall pst it3 o'clock.
oceans n o ii t d even in almost every family there appeal d o be a ct20 M POOR, i.
fen you to be nearer to ous thi the nations oi lour front L"; oct20- M PriOR inc
e obna t .s .l ... .. ,a, ,f ,fI,1i ,II1 sentiments. One party being much
tietrsand we regarayou ai- l... a inclined to abide by the liberal constitution, framed and I' TUSTEE'S 6 4LE.
bitouh:,r yotu ".eJ- -,h m adopted by 'the Cortes and p'-epe Pt Pri .gl, }et e I Y virtue of0adecree of the l,,,,,, .le ltle Chancery
you lavu s are thyou ,t 'i .r ., (ilhe and by fr the greatest part, are for t ree and in C, iC of Maryland, the u L.tbr ".ll p.;ev
,Ji. i nt res t-on t .i.,, ,if ,,, i, r iili,,. ,r ,,r % r 'duipendet d1 ll.gottrnmeni, or a government of their s9,1,at public sale, a 1 o'Jor.ck., on the i ieeihi day
.,. o rlr hIr th it ,own choice. l -erhciun to the enc-,lv b I i. 1 1..e v t ., ,t 1he ,e.s X~;, .. ., c:,, of b.ri.,. ore,
S "' n ropsOf the ciy i. i iken place t ..i it i n d m le Ir. n Pr.,.ce-s 4.,,,, n,.
do h -.0.. ,i nlnu.. n1 1 ', h
.h ,I "1 l l : 1..1 t ,I, ,Le ba lltlions out :,bout ,I ;.as l b, h_ i t,i, I,. er.tl cit u .tl. Md. forn.ctl3, ow'ntJ by l' ltN;ct H:,niuon
shou .parlak th "h, -. ri ,i I, "' .ilt ',h t, ,fLtePa riS.' ,, ;.1. l l. ..i,-,t eit d ,.r y l Jeo n p c ch,p,,,eIl.
which native int rnd. ,I- I ...,.w, fi,.i l .it- i r P arr rn tl t d i .r Ir.ier on naie, co rr i .,
ped i hGrc f te 'rba rins 'J i1r 1.ou1 rac i pr r l, l t thLm ha d joined thePorl .... I -J Icr r c r I.'I r r rcr ', I uri'dnyt de Cli.
aed -l e "i Sur,' h, .. t o h r" b l ""e" th ta.. l,. c .. .i,", I, ,, '. .J *. tll ,r,,ehore l. u al',,n sa l Cme t
e iii i t ,,i ,~ i m.ipti, ag ,nrlit the cit. F iou it it l- 'ht r i I 'r i ,rl \ ln n '.r...yn. 1t 1 .n n i-
i n Y r i' l l, 1 1." i j e pr s ff r r np si ih e -f f n e ,a o r t a keOia r f .. .m e hi ,i i ." ..t i r.: i f i. ..s t i t.- 1 c i r. h e, LcJff ldti. l in %g
in n as the Icte t l il.. alisnnof C:nco linttliusto a ni., had hupwil .d of l00 ,ci so1lj',,d .The f-i Ires hii ,ine
mel,. It s our exanplevlw 'nl1u i itlen Europe to abol- ,, what appeared r iw ..n ,. I'f. h l de l I ] hI 10 1 ln' t i hl ll .lis
isl that siam eful and cruel .t.i to hunan fi-s h from rI M" I-'. ha app.o s e d ,s. "t tsla ys p' "n nrI o.,f r -il g, ll: I. i. -i t onlt 1 ouo ir UJ ,cry i
S e s i te t.'w t was adin e about two days previous, wiuc h o" ig c in..Aer"for nsh hling 1rnit he l hriotarr.n.l Iare
teu ii.ashe lea thi e ess ons ofj ce and te sty a erto siilderable troop of cavalry, well mounted adrc- o kbrk, and there are he o Iir ad son rt. I lie itt-
reformirng ler'aiir, 3 1 v u, wh, b custoras. lthe ut cou and. whil on paraded, etxcitede ral g t irltfesr in en rd n i a te l
gil'ry, Aneiicans is '-ran, L r' and exalts youon *. teen ,ri 11,celeared .,andis good, and the soil-of
ghol'y, Amer cans, is. u rer i '.. nd exi you tie belholders, who considered theni:s the bulwark of the noo l rr Is ,i iv fine; thewhonle r i at u:r,.l The
above allte na reowed fgoo vri t and tue city. hen calling them t,o parade te following y academy, which is stated to le one o the best
fiteedomet e ncoiro s rew hido isqstaneondoyi (oneT of thebG s
"e "c; d m u ..r.lir,,,v.e. they had every soi taket n FI rench leavt ii the .. N
It is now for you to perfect your glory in aidbit us to night, d r ad heyihead thery se oul tra ins r e u e. rI.rtics Iri tale .i. 'h ruit on apart of this land.
vu : _Ma (Je 6) 182t l u e f l te" esd a d joi ed their. ci t e...tr n il ar. ,.. t ,1- ', 1 o ed ,f4 ,r, i, l cribed'by t decree, are,-,
purge Crg.eie e from the-barbar;8ans who forlfouricenturiiesiIII"'ill.The,,,iiC .I
have poill'ed it. Surely,, it is* worthy of you to .discharge i I mlre.r u r r3 bilir.., 2 U to" h 1* e pl'tw ,t' of 6,12, ol I I' h ilr-Ii. I U,. iir i sta. led mntseerity
the duty of all civilized nations, in o "l l m, gin r iS ltfr le 1 0n, c frc a ond ile l..d t eir h ..
and barbarity' from .the native soil r,,I l ..itsi i cin J l ar ison duty,. i A* C '-!iuitr cr, ulre, .o ni tl' e te.l upo-p
ch hP c anfreedom.eifni h. p tr h.ui' eluclo lr, l, e...ie.>,h ro.iy Abe rlbainiinl upon appli-
t'nfreedn. o "hc '." e: b' Aboutt o the 1ist of September ir a high ii-. hlr.v Iir,.'.O'l at i uh ntlhc ,i' the ILlstee, coriecr of St. PauI's.
You vill n,.t ue-.i.,. !,i ,'lnip,i,1,e indifference, or 0 t a e t.l, tatken n.C -i;n l lt,, u i l l r ,.?r s, i .ti 'hi th .i i ..r.rC o au "
r..ther the Ion, ..:l, i,,,, .1.,,r itri ..i sonme European thegelie ,', ,aiIu i ",. rs .u ,,Ir to s.o hi gh ,,ch. .Ij N I. Ie aL a N ,l rse d.le
nations. LMNo; le ,.',,.In, riv, rn,,..I Fr o, an d i h a thd o i-irn lered his re'signatoo but tle Koyalo Si ", 0 T e
uid1 oirfi e in s raid iny rria ered his resignation ; hut the r. oyai sts ri,,.tedus '"altimon'e, oct 10 .U-'2, a- is .
S ,1, .,,, .,. t .. ,K l ,',. er th re ,. its on his keeping his.office, and oi rihe calling of' ., I it
..i, a 1 r.. hil, A.,,,, ,.J P rr x.,iY rc i ou troops to arms, w l'iclh was .... r.. ii tIl done, and the. I ll' -S, l l t ON iO F Pl. i' .l.i.lilI .
1,.,%u :1,-.In, ';.,o'r,,, f:l,"'i' ', nld', i them, by send- ta troops aill dravl! "tp in the great square'btibre the o. *_'MIHE ': partnership heretoore -,- J I the lirm
ir o,r errhlr-, ir ,, Ir 0riml,. \You know with ha vern nt house. his caused n instant alarm aill oer o Kng & Langleyis this d dissolved by mutual
joy they have been r-eeived, and the ,l: k,, i..'It~ee town, aid tire inhabitants were busied in locking r,p cnure,,t. All persons having'c'aiinsagainst the said finr
and attention of whichh thie, lhave been tltih,iecls. If their nelgroes and securing their houses fast shut. All are reqtcsed to present their accountsforwpayent to
they have done this in bondage, what will not be eeir en a ered hushed for atew hours, when, towards H -ah la ev e Kin
do i t ri, rit hi o e r b they appeared hushed fr a w hours, when, towards HezktahLangleaiditIf'l Kii.rhikeipp
flall lh .,e i,.Irs t l.. ri I ic Greecen ilt en r eight, ti, cu cil broke up, ,. i',, t ,'Aplaced the most thse indebted s ,, n r .,. rL' ii nt, td
a h e r tuobnoxiouws of tile Eturopeans, ai.i fihli,.l their-phlacs .i .l n, 15e r-y.1 ,r l.. to them, who al.I. llth .: r-id t e. i le
the advantages which vout would seek in vain firoinm I i native nr',mbers. The Governor kept his place, and ti,,1 LL, of i t- .i n, 'said firm.
ignorant and ferocious oppressors. The ties of rrlatr. I"tr'oops were .. rnid their quarters, and so-ende.d the ell l ES KING,
nity and kindness will for ever unite the Grecian and trevooptiweoi ,,.. r j,J WithirutersI nd o- There i' e rirI I E LNG LY, .
the Americans; and onr moeui. interests are such as to siron botie o troops patrolling ever i.e : i ,i,. he'n .. e LA GLEY .
strengthen f r ever an alliance founded on liberty and rit b f sailed ty were dragging l ezeki Lanley and Kng, of Charles, ave
avi r l o s u n d e r s t aatu ef . t/ h b g r en hi a le d ,. h y w e r e dr ag if te r id e s t t Iho u I' H e z e k i a h La n g le y a n d t., ,i ,. K i n g ', o f C h a r le s h a v e
virtue. a May 25 .unerts as w our8i remen do 'heir i. e n o *" "4 ht formed copartnership, ai.l i,,l continue Lumber bust;
Kala'nata, M'y 2.s, (Julie 6,)o182tm greater: ie ; and, on lmy ggong ashor.: tIn 'I.h',.,mg ness, r theold stanidd of K;,,sr aL,,glc), unrith,' it. lIon
rSigned]-The Messirean Senate of Klaata. iliuIty ld plaiited several hi- feces I I Lir -.. Kg.
PE llT. 1MAV(ROMICHAlI S, of rti|ss ordnance at each of the bridges, t,r, i;-,d i t1 ,c '
Commander it ClIch'." llaSCiii thereof. There were rceinforcemeneits of troops -.--- -
Such is the Proclinaticmn iasuiCdtfroint that por- houily ;e.\pcted from' Lisbon, andu, were they once ar- : A SI'RA HO()RbsE
tion ofc the Morer, whic leas ever been the leash i vedl, they mig'it help' to keep the sn rit of revo at a riS taken up on Wednesdb'. e ., r i,-,. between
toncf tha oreawhich hisioeer eenr th e W soreit time longer. But, aolbny i'ate, it seem this city ald ;heIk, ,,,,,,l ns err iva anrk
subjected torthe Turkish of oyeurnmhntzcu -t The t people are detersmiued not to be governed by i.uriu- srnrrI, with a white nialce, and lad a bridle aid saddle
tie town of Kalamat: standing at the head o" th.e plats, a tnd submit to be transported to urdpe, toa take The owaer,' by calling at Mr. "teedys ivery -F:
ancient Messeiian Gulf, aind not iar froit, the the.ir'-tial in the courts ofPortugal ; and, indeed, it :t h bl eand pain g ail xpenees, can get, him again.
ruins of Messene, is separated only bv a oo "k go d" n very .hard with men (.i srs.blntt, asit did Lith oct 20-3 '
from tlehepri of o irma Of thh asshe lye "u 1riotl .airefkthlers, nnotto have the privilege of being
flroir the plrovince of Yia.na. Ofth i asselily tr:edmin their ot country, and by-ajutiy oftheir own JOCKEY ('LUB.
convened at Ka.anlaata, under the naiee o llicoutye. I E Leoiatdt. Jockey l aces will commence
Messenian Senate, we have no satisfactory infor S tn after my arrival, there were between 20 and 30l .n t esday the 30t h inrst. lere wil bewo da's
nation; the publication of a procelamrition like ofthl -l uOt respectaebe.cit;zens erybarked in irotns fer at;ng. L I w b teo e's
this, and the mission of an authorized an ssa- there to be tried f their lives, on account f uc t
dothio Padis, withshis pons ssion nfthe conbcience ir republican sentiments. But, torkeep tie people
i od prevent'a rescue, there were lati ge bodies of NOTICQE.
of the aost respectable Greeks in that city, sein till the prisoners were fairly LL be sold, o il h te .h instant, at
to authorize us to attach .soinci.am poitanc .I I r :- l.... l i L.e itr r us- ,s mI, ii generally disliked, andr d 4, i'ch ci,o P l. Oi iii.-l p,'r.n 1, tile north
character of the body in questiCit.. It may be i l''J'.' d ,'..''e. He was a general of some celebrity un- half of lot No. 7, ii sq, ire 4'7, 1iro aing on 9th street
fa'Vred, we tahintk, from the prclania ion and let- i"e 't I I ll,-ton. and the F.,|..-.,. tr.j..i one and west,'between the late it-l., McGlu'cs Bo,.,k bindry
.Ail. -is.r... tlri,% ar ..'hic td t) him ; but he hais govern- and J. W, Johnson's three story brick house, by virtue
ter ftnom which ee It Ite :6%ei. i'wixtract, that..0h. ea with such aironi, j that the natives will never be ofa decree of the Court of Chancery. One third of the
Greeks despair ot .'.. i.'.i.e f., mn the :i t.t Con. at rest till he I.. I,. ,,It, rut ,i,,i branch. Afew daysbe- pi,'n'li, niii-Cv to be paid.at the time of sale, the bha.
tin'lental Powers in their lueighboi'hoo'J Wu are itircI arit'ved at Pernambuco, he was shot one evening lance in one'and two years, the purchaser giving notes
at a loss to understand that part of the Procias it tile groin while passing one of the bridges, though to be endorsed, bearing interest.
nation, in which Anierica is said -i to have sent lott...'.. il wounded. The man who shot him jumped I oct 17-w4. CHAS. GLOVER, Trustee.
over ttle bridge andwas drowned, and was found in a
her children to the schools of Greece, where they day 01or two after. He was placed in an arm-chair by the : THE UNION 'TAV ERN,
had been kindly received." No6thing ecctrn to us, side ot the principal church, and was there exhibited for CITUATED in Georgetown, District of Columbia, at
to which this can refer, unles it be the circum- two days, in order that some person might lay claim to 0' present cc-'p;-d 1-b Str. Thomas Crawford, isnow
stance that the Anmtrican M/issionaries to Pales- Lthe corpse, but there were none to be found that would ] ,Ir Ie,t. 1'i hi-i1 ki,I,!tn hlitel possesses every advan-
tine stopped it Scio, fr the sake. of acquiigthC recogize it. tage an' convenienee ihich public house can possibly
Let: the scale turn as it will, the Brazils will be ill an require. The whole establishment, including stabling,
language of the Greeks, ahd were insructtecd by nettled state for, some time to come ; and, should the 'e. is'decidedly the most spacious and elegant of any in
one ofthe Professors in the Aca.lhc'iny there. Patiots ,ain) their paint in Pernanmbuco, the.revolutioi theDistrict of Columbisaand is as well located for the
will spread all over the country, from Maranham to the acc.-,mmoil ItI 1 .,it pr.t l. ,,t r ,,nt rt in I oth e t whete
river Plate. I Di.e:." na.I C h il 'lh tln e t I lkr'.I' ..i..
NIVRS Y OF PENNSYLVANIA. 'he br ig Nymph, of Philadelphia, captain. Wmin. Vl.- P.s:eisionn n be had on iI,e ifirt X November or 1st
Uh hip. s._ ,S_ F Pill. a vet, I.,It ,t I ,. bad arred, t a short December next; and the present tenant can accommo-
,I, Medicat.l Lectures will, is uual, commences on passage, fnu I, Bi ll :, or ,1..n ,, reports that a revolution date any person wio wishes to rent this trly desirable
I. .lacfirit Monday in Novwm-o.er. irlas on tin p..,l ,..I brcatLing out in that place. He will, i.i-crn with any quantity of the best furniture. Those
JOHN UKI)MAN COX M. D). in ill probboility,arrivein averyfew days in Philadelphia, whowish torenthad better apply immediately, person-
Dea nof the Media'l Flaclty. and by him you may expect to hear whether the much ally or by letter, to either of the subscribers, residing in
PhiladelpI.ia, autg 1--sept I --wLdif expected grand entry took place, or not, in Pernambuco, Georgetown, .
---. with other perticulars, as capt. Philips, besides being JAMES CRAW~FRD,

5 'gI. b'iis, sir, is all I have to observe, and you will make
ITHIa view to a more interesting establlithment fjr thait use uf-it you deem proper. PETER O'DONNELL.
V a large and growing faimily, I will sell my raint laun, with respect, yours, &c. TB E it known tnt Peter O'Doiiell, teacher by profess.
Osyth Farm, in Prince George's,GCounty, Md. five miles RICHARD F. FOX; LD sion, who satted from tieif ast 13th May, bound for a
fror Washinogton city, and the same distance fraom Alhx- .. Dart in the United States. (it is suinn'orsnl fl;t.r \h.i,-

andria, containing 783 acres, with 100 acres of timothy
meadow, producing fine cii-.s, a i .s .d i, 1lemand, sixty
iicres of prime tobacco land, aitl .3,0 .t11 ri .n wood ; the
arable land has be.. n i i ,gl. .h'spr .i I by clover and pilas.
ter, and marle,'of 111' hli il.n n In inexhaustible fund iii
the centre of the farm, and is much adapted to the
growth of grass, as well as every description of grain,
which renders it equally advantageous to the grazier,
farmer, and planter. The improvements consist of a two
story dwelling house, with 4 rooms and a large passage
on each floor ; 5 tobacco houses, and every other house
reqairedon such an estate, all in good order: a most ex-
cellent garden, and an orchard of the finest fruit. This
farm will bear dividing into two, one to contain 500 acres
and one 283 acres ; but either might be varied according
to fancy. A greater bargain will now be given ini this
land thau can be had iu Maryland, combining'all its ad-
vantages; and for health and salubrity of air it stands un-
rivalled. Any part of the crop may be had with it, con
sisting of 75 ton, of timothy tih. '20 bihds. of tobacco,
near 200 barrels of corn, &c. I,.i. usual proportion of
the land will be sown down in small grain, and the time
of possession made to suit the purchaser in the event of
a disposition of the crop on hand. It is confidently be-
lieved that, by attention and management, all the crops
might be doubled in a few years. The present product
will amnout to upwards of 10 per cent. on the sum that
will be taken for it under the present reduced prices
Also, 120 acres of unimproved land near Washington
city, chiefly in. wood.
Stocks or real estate will be taken in part, if the na-
tare and.situation be such as to comport with the objects
of this sale. WM. HElim.,
near Washingto- city,
sept 29-2aw2m

I tHE contractor, Mr. Collins, having failed to execute
his contract within the limited time, proposals will
be received for gravelling Maryland Avenue from 10th
to lth. streets west until Monday the 22d inUt.
Commissioner 2nd and 3rd wards.
oct 20- Assistant Commissioners.

I ) ---k. 1. .., -oatu..ve,yula
his wife, and family, consisting of six children, have ar-
rived at Philadelphia, and are desirous ot seeing or hear-
ing from him. Any person or persons having anyinfoer
matibn respecting this man will considerably oblige a
distressed family by letting him know. He is request-
ed, on seeing or heating of this, to come to Philadel-
phia, or give information where he may be found. A let-
ter, directed to Anidrewv Gillespie, Gardener, at the cor-
ner of Pine and 13th streets, or to James McDevett,
Shoemaker, South Second, near New-Market, Philadel-
phia, will find her.
oct 15 -

VEGETABLE KINGDOM. (o Printers throughout the union are respectfully in.
'',. 11. subscriber will exchange any Seeds, Roots, or vited to copy the above, in tih, hope. of relieving deep
i Plants, native of the District of Columbia, for any di ss
Seeds, Roots, or Plants, that would be different, useful, Stone lJasons and Laborers
or orifamieental, of any other part of the Union. He will ATTEND!
also exchange any American Seeds, Roots, or Plants, for M'HE subscriber wishes to employ a number of good
foreign. Seeds of forest Trees and Shrubs, bulbous i Masons and Laborers at a Bridge rs..t reciing over
Roots of various descriptions, and prime cabbage and .Jams' river, at Cartersville, Va. hrre tly mt i .
pea Seeds, from Europe, would be very acceptable, pert steady work, and the following pa for stone Mis.
. hse." -..inul of linrring such a correspondence will sons, viz. from 1 25 to 1 37J per day and f.mr,nd, and
f'c,.- i.. ,:.--. i.: mely notice, Farmershaving prime laborers 12per month and found. As the saintion is
grass Seeds are invited .to call. Books on Horticulture, one of the most healthy in the state, and the piers i raised
Botany, or Farming, will be received on conditions, a considerable distance- out of the water to prevent be-
Implements for Gardening or Farming will also be re- ing wet, will be considered a further inducement for
ceived on terms, tose who may wish to come on immediately.,
My neighbors that have boys would do well if they The subscriber offers his services to Bridge Compa-
would gat lir seeds of the tulip, or wood poplar. Acorns nies, &c. as Contractor, or is willing to give plans and es-
are wanted, sweet gum, &c. &c. tinates for a moderate compensation. For further par-
JOHN FOY, Seedsman, titulars direct as above, or to New Market, Frederick
onct 9-- Penn. avenue, Washington city. CGanty, Md. when every satisfaction and immediate at-
Editors friendly to arts and sciences will please give tention will be given.
thIe abo'e a place in their paper. Cartersville, Va. oct 6-w4w DAY. SCOTT.



2 nst. says: c Advices from Cadiz inWorm us, that persons appointed, particularly the three direc- LATEST OF LA FAYETTE.
ABSTRACT OF i-.1ROPAFsA IN ti.LLIGENCE,. he cninmerc / iiat pltt ;- in the most deplo- tors in chief, are persons highly esteemed in the -
able stateot r -. u, e ,'ftu,: x ensive losses sus- kingdom. .. rsiow raE SrIAN SPETATOR.
-GREAT BRITAIN, &c. ta:e'd by the amntore of ::re.- number of mer- A smart shock of an' earthquake was felt at The f' in esraact from a letterdat-d
A subscription has been started in Ireland, for chant ships by the insr in privateerss" Naples on the second of August. The-convul- fi L P- 'ari .ie tfril tlette1821
the -rection of a testimonial inp l')otlin, in honor f-ERMI Y. sion was most forcibly felt at Castellamare and Wy F d' 2 et r 8 fro
of the Kinis visit to that country One gentleman The late distu; bance between the Jews and the promontory that runs beyond Sorrento. At My dear Friend: We have just returned from
sub.,critbd 500 guineas. A proposition has since Chritians at Dant, arose from the Jws having monastery in Sorrento, it occasionedconsidera- a visit whichhas given us uch pleasure. This
been made to buiid a 'palace, suitable for a royal erected booths in t e market place, wlicL the po- ble consternation among the brethren, you will readily believe when I tell you it was to
residence, in Dublin. place wanted to pull down the day before the the Mte ruib de La Fayette--a name which will
fmilyat Belfast were ; poisoned, two annual fair. The director of the police who at- ever be dear to Americans, associated as it
of then to I1.'h, l .1:rIng nil K, in which some- tempted to restore o,1,I2r. -. very roughly hand a t ct. 1 received by hi i the kniidire's and court,
thing calle q .I-.wat.e', contti.irn a p cpap ration led ; the be,ith o i e pulled down, the mtpl.r.- HE.Trustees ofDickinson Cai e e.peculiar plea- afibiliy for htch ie it is much distinguished.
f arsenic, h t e, .rn all, mixed. dised.styed,ia.. the ,:..,preh r ill us'. The sureiniannouncinf toCthe put.h..t .theinstiatution Altit.ugh he i o pp-ja hin g thice s,'te .. I
SLord Clidelen ha-)i tri,3t, I Ihi holee ,oiethe ar- military Awh l care called i,, -=re resisted, and hl, h. presaie wrll reo1mmence operations on ten, yet his 'gait al n,.ti.,ns h.ve the sprigin.
e.s du s 1, hi litri-,.y, 1,, hi- Ir,>e estates in obliged t' file. Several:persons were wounded, *,l i h ..st ... Ilecember next.
the country, and pror-,,i-ia suitable reduction of% r.J itw., Jeas kill. :e. I. .e Maswo, od. D i n'~ York, has been elected Iluess and -tay of .. mar, of thu)ll, with the e .
rent next season, should prices remain at their A ptari.raph, dated on the banks of the Da- Pl-cipr, ....i Mr. le .J., of Princetown, one of ception h, b. tr, .I a Ilight lamen.ss none lii,,
prenit d-re rate. ir, ss ie Austian tros ar m i.Ie t Pr,A--,-,.,both of whom hniave accepted their, re- occasioned by a fall.. He is quite tall:, being lul
present d.e d h : dAust troops m spective appoitntes. se gentlementre in treaty six feet,if riot more-firmly, rather than eltant-
The King of England has announced his de- towards the frontier of Dalmatia, where they are with two other, to be .ss.cited with them as Pr'ofes- ly built-large, but nor corpulent, His upright
termination to hold a court every third y)ir at ea] acs, b .. te ]int'. of 30000. Forty sors, of whom they say, th.y are second to none in the ,biL broad sho ulde,'s, Rd prompt man ner,
Dublin. ou nnri m bes are between Trieste an, iw ,i,.,nn t roa sudes pipm maner
&Sb e disturbance lately took place at aputblic Lybach. these troopsareplaced on the war was the determination of the Trustees of Dickinson show that there is still something of the soldier
Dinner in Dublin, at which both Catholic aL yad ( .bl ,,Th s oopso rp n w Collk.e .. .... i ,i.1. operations 'f the institution until left,.He has fine hazle eyes, to appearance en.
-',a v :,d F.......-_,i.1 to assume high standing, and to tirely unimpaired by age, alternately flashing
Protestants attendediin consequence ofne of the An arti le, dced Berlin, Aug. 16th, says, that .. ::. i..,.:., r I ',, most favorable auspices. The witothe- fir ofiit'c li a.,tor soteyig into the
latter, an Alderman, giving as a toast, The a grand camp. was to be established there about characters of the gentlemen -,'boye alluded to, and the itit i,, o L. niiu o.te:s--oprojectineyebrows
-glorius and immortal memory of William' the .lie .nd of the month, but nothing had transpired zealuuil .,I,.i they are anr;tated in the undertaking,
T hired whici led to a p,.ip,-sit,-it ,h IhI Prussia would in- must realize the most proine hopes. high ing nose bo.rderng upo, aqteline a.i yet
The naval commands at Jamaica and the Lee- terferein the a.;.ir cihe L r.., r itD. on ;A :-, ell %1 all[ tcflc -ve fine teeth, and ,a hlty cuun.-
t eknoW n :1 ,,,.. ,,- I "'. t .-', it,,. ti "- I'.' t.. d tenance
ward are to be cor,sli.latcd, and given to Admi- TheHamnbutrgh papers of the 24th of Augikst t,,tes, n' ...,t. I ,,,.. it, .:-t i.a l.n..... le i dre was entirely u;rornancrte.-d, arl
ral Sir Charles KRicy, at present employed at mention, tht a proclamation which had been i. a. i ,o l i,.... iI,. ,Aul ,J ,..It I pC,,h,.r I...tpt- it!h'ts dr, badae ,n, bl, consi thug olu a '
the form er place ; ..l AInti.al Fahie, at the oom l-. ed by l ofcss r Kin,., of the Leipsic '*.- I.4 I -., '. -.,,: r .i,. ... .. r,,, it. i
latter place, will be.rimovid to the command at Unitersh on tl t. ,lf of the Greeks, was seized ing. H.- fp. 1: t ... .. c te. l,.m,,d .i 1, s gray surio.i ,iltl ,:oieed, buitni, : h.iie ve, ,
b alifa. by t a ) I IS .0' 1 3 C O n. a fame wihe,'.. r ii-n s e ,: tf.c. I. hli I.I..I. .au I,i blue uritalo'iit, i.s linen being wi' ,outl rulT-, a, .,,
An extensive maritime survey ofthe eastern roceeings commenced a s the author and e r .. l t. l crat car ll td a sin l n ,
caof firm eCpo tlp poeisc mndaitt auoadi., ,idc%-e ii k er. re I iect'bly, yet plainly amd
coast of Africa, from the Cape of Good Hope publisher. An article front Frankfort states that ir \-:, i ,a s.. ..',:..Ie.1 .,r the great extent h e
to the northward of the line,is about to be under- this appeal has excited the inest ihit.sise ia.crest of .i scientific r,:..~,,en..' ..i..1 possesses, in a pre- -1. a fa, nishled ; and the room where
taken. in that quarter. emn-inein .l I h.. ,I..if: uf a excellent teach- wt u ere, asi i'ec.,r'atld it. a m .r.ncn r a ei tlc col-
The John Bull reo',piapci contradi.-ts the ac- lUe--l.\r t-. If,. ., ,. i et ,t..ai: ..t, been a most useful ulated to flatter our ai'iity. On one side of the
T JhBl" si th -.I e :1', t .'w-.,To'n C-icic. in-which capacity he door hlu,.g tfi D cat attun of the Rights of
,count given ol the Queen's"' tne.aii r ji st The AllgemeineZeitu;,,,ofthe 14thinst. has, *'.ed.,ca .e l ,,. ..1..i.- m e, the happy talentof Fie citiz D: ctablishedin f exhibited f
previous to her death, published in tIle Fics, undo r the head of Prussia, the following para- .. 1. i ,e tt-, ththe loe and the on a c.itlcn sheet, :d edt in 89,a pa exhibited; on
(and in many American papers.) It says, "rin ., i.pht f ai l ii:Jfii on a i.l sheet, .d set in a plain frame ;on
conversation took place between the Q.I.rTi .1. i Orders have been sent to the Berlin censot to As soon as the Faculty shall have matured a si-temn ol the i l i side ofi the door, was the Cn.titutioni
Dr. Holland, as represented. For six houirsbe, let every third ..~'irt in. ia o oft',e Greek'pass education, and of ,li-.i1ie, a further '.r'i,unicti.'. of the United States, similarly executed and fra
fore her death the. did not speak to y It l e ben ren, tit t a hot o the ,. med ; and at a little dita,.c from this, was fine
one nor, from the Qae .f ei disorder,o wasny. It ay have ren,. ld, t ithi .,, I : rgo a thorough state f print of Canova's statue of Washington, which IL
able to do the dr, past t...e B.. |Inl. el -t is, :s Ci b; i urt a. ,r ,.t apartmentswill be providedatt d had recttly seen at Rome. In reply to an en.
R. ANCE. t, e C;l, early period, hl.. r.irnirtn.g attention wiilbe b, '. quiry respecting the strength of the likeness, the
Talleyrand, it is it.ru .1d, is soonto be re-:llcdl c 1-:.:,i, inius.id up. I thepress in this .ed, both by the Faculty and the Trustees, in aiciIng I Ma 'uis saild-i. En;lih, whiicCl he speaks ,quite
to the In iti the moris, instruction, economy, comfort, and the ,i.lro 11. l, that he tho ghrt it very good, abating for the
lo t ii I .'nIdoim fi the roost r.iJ d aiubitrary nature. of the students, who may be committed to their care. i 's de. I a n al it a, prfet.t a piece of
1- lii.l.. lil.. ,plph.ic pi1itS.. cal.it ; ecol.- ,ren-sus l tlhe other in states are e- By order of the Board. i n ie i a p r .t a piece o
Iletio ti, l,..,i il .iapir, ite ar circula:rd Li ,,'Il e,l.C n.- tuch too i.1.ulvent l. tihe Pt lusiatn J.A IS HAMILTON, Sec. e Lulpture as, f. esble. He showed us, however,
Park.. ': I,. ,.rri, ic, r s i prsertcd as tltt.r.- yr .vr i- 8., and .,11 (,ei man but publishedout oct 18.-- a b.s itliel in .old upon the lid of a .tnuff l.o-c
.natel uici..o nad pic-lobvinf hem. o .f Putsia ,d, grn freIh c-.min.ft.on at Berln. which he said he considered the best likeness h.
T,'tel, .'AI 11..Ittl pil,%h1)to g them. tig f e- I ui d g a rd x minon at t'rl A.sMI. I .ItANDI) NIII Alt l01 had ever seen of the General," as he fanilarl
,T1 ..... -, i,. -.: thutu. ,lttih...no ,tl-,In'c- i, et k A, .e, .m ,ril. 1til .i.ii. u- ,ii s that ceite- A UM 1.taidred 1 I I)rs) 11 aru1 call e him. Th ey both be a l," a .strong rse ilanc
S .ilil .nt l.t rnc ie s; aid tii be exi.ndinc a .n ,,i r -' p e i if pcarti- Hundred Dulhirs Reward. called him. They both bear strong rtsemblance
inpr .,i i ,(,idls b., e ,a:tl Ed t, English., ISu btp, c. ,,i' ak |.,1 io I,, ,- leuct ok ii tin- R AN awy, o the thi ist. from the subscriber, liv. to those we commonly see in out county, and
iaipr, '".. 'u .idl.I b) tie aid i. English, tls, oau u b,_ok',cil'lrt. I I l lh,, I.T, l iir doLed Bellir,. AN L away ot .i from toe rV nSuIo Lt n
and G,.r ,. i ., kmener. ,. it- -id 'q ,e i .c ecial censorship to .o Ingin Lml, ,ri cun l,, a., Ie;In -IS I AD, a Lthat on the box was Very like the orne in ie print
his said that a theatre, of truly gigantic dirrncn- b, .er. i-.d over tqe works published by M. 9op 10 inches highde iatelyformed, has a keen sharpofe with which you
sons, is about to be erected in Paris. The stree Bp,. ,I 11 ,, of Leipsic, which. may be imported face, with a prominent n.se, wide mouth, and very dark arL.'r' .
s ill be one hundred feet high, tind lt.e l 'ic.-the.d in. Prussia, is confided to M. Hleydebreck, su. complexion, hasanmnberofgood clothes; he isansmart. e Marquis manifested considerable Interest
feet deep. The lpe- fIurin:nnes -ei all to be of Ihe period president of the province of Brandenburg. fellow, and very iuct addicted to conversation. Armis- in the afnuirs of Naples and Piedmont, and made
romantic kind ; tf,h fcsf~ s Iill bL laid on mouna-. From him, in future, will emanate all the ordi- burg, and it ie hves probableth a Jonathan all, near Lees- several inquiries concerning them, observing
tains, in valleys, beside torrents, and sometimes nances for the whole nio .-h, relative to Mr. then giorho e rin w which place however, that thir behavior had shewn theis
in the clouds. The opening piece will have the Brockhaus' publication. 11 .. censorship oh M. master, Col, Noble Beveridge, resides, but more likely un.ft for a better government. To a friend, while
-fll ih, < a"' in.,ctive title: The ziu.mcnwn r8Spirit Brockhaus' books is not confined to political le will try to make his escape to the north, and that he conversing up.n the conduct of America to her
AIi n,rro S-pio'f1, the property of a Mr. Moss, of no reasonato rt,,iplain of ir.gratmurde, and that the
-I I.V. 11 t t G, rotto G rotto, or the im m ense vacuum works, pam phlets, and' periodical w writings, Iulm Alr' ure.1o Sr .IT or for oe d papers, revolutionary told c tri li io rem arkatt lhatfnd hadt
of the Solitude of the Vese't. Each box will.be extends to-publicatons strictly scientific and lite. r' cout%, no Smithr it oe l I F i n. I20yarsof estate henow explain of irhgrattude, and ,th t the-
Sprovided with a telescope age, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches h. lul t, :,rge mouth aid t Drin the era of vicissitudes and trou
Letters from Rone say, that all the members AFF.; OF THE GREEKS. eyes, and rather ofa light cmeomplexion. He has a wife sty ring e era vicissitudes and trou-
of thic L ii.- a t Im'..ily, who reside in that capi- A lIier ii .n Stuttgardt says We have also lii hu tDr.1' ames Gunnell's, in Fairfax, and it is proua. bles in France, his own pose-.sa.,n anid hose of
tal, oi,id eipecia!i: his mother, are pliunge..i in the declared war ...irt the Grand Turk ; we have DIe t. h..- is n that county. his lady were confiscated, and he was llft almost
most i-i.. hd a meeting ve elected a we I will give thle above reward for Armistead and Smith entirely without resources. Through the instru.
had a meeting, c.Chve elected ateommittee,,we ir.r ou oftile state, or Sli, for either if taken out mentality of Mr. Jefferson, then our Envoy at
Tlie 1tn ..I ,, Church of St. Eustace, inPa- subscribe considerable sunus, and we nean to o20fr the apprehensionof either if ta entality of Mr J efferson, then our Envoy at
iois, amazed to.find 3i tqueTn:ly a p.'ir.i, 'u., lamp send a sacred battalion to assist the Greeks in kien in Virginia. the French Court, valuable and saleable lands
extinct early, .and \ et ti,, ol corn'.iined ornl, sat becoming flee. We have already dispatched one JOtHN M. McCARTY. were allotted to him by government for his ser-
up several nights to perceive the cause. At of our volunteers to Gree..e to appiy to the Greek Near Leesburg, Londounco. Va.sep 22-taw3m vices. With the avails of these, he purchased
leigth tie dis,. .-vried that a spider of surprising Senate to Know whether they are most desirous, -- ac a part of his wife's patrimonial estate, thei
size Ae dodgn the cord to drink the oil. A still of neyormen" ongmwry land For Sala. Chateau of La Gi -npe Rl..isreiu, upon which he
siore e.., me.itie crd to drinkof the oilsam. A s The lato letter we haveY order oof ul ....;.m.t'c County Cotirt, will be sold lives in retirement and comfort during the recess
nacr cx, ,.,li:,r, ,,a' ,..,.' of' the sate. kind.%oc- The latest letter we have seen from Constanti- t.ilethe highest bidder, onF Friday the last day of No.o of the Chamber of Deputies.
cU1 red during the year 1751, in the Cathedral of nople is dated July 25. It says For soe e r next, at the ate residence o John Connell, Of thisbody he is at present a member ad,
Milan. A vast spider was observed there, whichh tia f,. we had reckoned on the preservation of deceased, all te rightand estate of thesaid John a thisbody w ith B enjamin Constant a member a cod,
fed on the oil of the lamps. M. NMI 'aad, of the tranquillity; to-day the firmer apprehensions re- nelly to the following lands, to wit : Connelly Lot, con- associated with Benmine Constant, he ,s a con-.
Academy of Sciences, has described this spi 'ei, vive ; a crowd of Franksf and other Christians tai;nng two houndrel and ninety acres more or less; one trolling influence in the op'p.Josilirr. The opinion
mI-ietv ofa fract of land called Two Farms, containing which the royalists' entertain of-his importance
and furnished a drawing of it. li weighed four sek refuge in te palace of France and i. those two hundred of and n e acres, more or ess, and etainighty herich isthe royaifest fromtain of hi,.s impodetertance
pounds, and was scent to the Emperor of: Aus- if the other embassies. The fear of fresh ex- one aund one q irter acres ofr.land conveyed by SaneuAl mined efirts they fadr. duri g the last electioer,
tria, and is now in the imperial Museum at ccsses agitatesall those unhappy persons to whom' Leby toe saidCne. s ey du te laselecio
Vie n we carinot refuse an asylum, and the food neces- This lanU is ...f ,....t Washington about twelve to keep im out 'o the House. But, greatly to
The P iris Moniteur contains an elaborate re- scary tor; their support. One cannot foresee what miIles, and possesses nauy advntages. It is r.rnrktbl' their m"--rtificatio, he waselected from two de-
portof ;he labors of tneir Ciuncil of .i'.ri)ui.ure, .u-i..) happen if the rupture with Russia should :'vIlL, 'well watered, and ad'-pte: tom the cultivation of partmnents at the same time, so that one seat yet
during tle last year.> It is an able lJ,. but ......eat,rye, oat, Itndian corn, and tobacco; a good pro remains vacant i consequence of this struggle.
during the last year. .,It is an able- b, I I,,tAO' plac- ." p 0 i a g
keeps quite clear of the ccommnericial part of the Gre.t i.:i;., ati..., has been excited in the loni- and sawn.1 ', I. a : ,--Ti,'. i. .i.,n, .,, mni' convedi- Po lups thlhere is no man of eminence in France,d
subject, and so far .,i. ..no points for ci'mpari- an islands by the conduct of t C inh mer- t1 n ....... .. .-t e .I ir -trees. ow lvg, wththe exception alleyrandwho
.. Tspihi he awbit .r ,: ..- ,t h I c. .tg in Te .. to each other, has passed thr.iuc;h such vicissitudes, of almost
soil with r ic cct i,,iwit .a .Ii.- Lu 1 -ind. Upon !t i chants, in fltrnil .t r-1'. i-i1,-1 tk tin durks and Will I. ,.2'1 ..t 5 i .',''itlS to suit purcha- evety kit d, as La Fayette. But, w hihile T.,ll )taridl
an English editor remarks : The growing in- the fortresses of tie: I.'?. 1.., ,l. hi, but ior. this a ll r 1 suit purcha- ..ery kid, as La Fayete. But, while Tbin.
terndl ,.i ,:; erit e o l".V at: :t ,iL hn,onmir,icl is very aid, would iong since have been reduced. T' .erms, iI:a -,':1 dollars cash w:lb be required in and dplicity, La Fayette has sthough, lke cunnin
apparent; as well from t:i-,is d.:uinieau as from all A party of '1 urks recent !y entered the Austrian the day of sale, -tih:A purchaser giving bonds with approv- n"t cptict La tayette has stood, like a monu.
other f:cts and i i, nL.i'in of a kinldiic ,tUr", territory in pursuit of some Gleeks who had tak- ed security bearing interest from date for the balanee, meant consecrated to political t viiu vlikh all
Two or tliiee ytc. hence the dLI. ehl cluiemit v II e- refuge there; but the Austrian troops having payable in one, two, and three years, in thread equal pay- have beer aftaid to violate; or, father, like an
o ments. Sale to commence at I2 o'clock. i.imuoveable rock, around which revolutionary
be still more srikinre, an.] we shall biinr, to dis- fired upon them, they ma le a precipitate retreat Ttments.S ae to .' tempests hable raged inarouvain, and trevoir billowsnary
cover that the Buurob. : areonce naore our natural without returning the fire or committing any fur- W ITM ING fatlen hamle raged in vain, and their billows
enemies," there hostile act. EWA AIG fall hartless athis feet Npoleon himself
iPAsi-. A letter firor Marseilles, inserted in the Jour- Co.missiners. could not seduce him from hisintegrity, and he
t is said that the, neot.le never u aid their taxes nel de la Haute Garonne, states that the Greek oct 8-wecnotdartoestoyi.--

with so rmuch- punctuality, nor required so little vessel which came (o Marseilles for arms, andd ONE HLUNtIEi) DOLLARS Er:;WARD.
pressing to make payments, as since the re-es- sailed some time since, had oi board, besides ANay,. ou t 1st ,,et. last, i the set M DICAL COLLEGE OF OHIO.
tablishment of the Constitutional system. And the the young men atnd workmen who we're waiting s vice of.'Mr. Carey Selden, of he citr y of Wah
enrolments for the army, in all the provinces, for it, 30 French officers d serious of assisting the ington, 1). C. my servant MOSES, an uncommonly MIedical Collegeof Ohio,
were never before made with so much expedition, cause of Greek independence., handsome boy, 22 years of age, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches lhigh,, Cincinnati, la, a-! 10, 1821. '
and so free from disorder. Certain intelligence has been received that very stira"gh,vweil made, smooth black skin, rather slen- .HE secon1l session of this ',.Ltilation will commence
The. Madrid papers have published extracts Prince Derhetrius, the-brother of Alexander Yp- der than otherwise; no particular marks recollected the first Monday of N.vember, and continue to the
from the 'proceedings iitui d t-.,ia,, .the au- silanti, has arrived in tI.he' Morea, where he int d nt maas rogt up s was a wselsegrown boy; hi very l end of the third week in Marc the following
thors of the massacres in Cadiz, on the fata lolth nediately assumed the command in chief of the then put to dIme '..I la. I. '; tness, at which, le- theory and lPratic of Medicine, itiludsing the Dis
of March last year. The result of the testimony Greek troops, and addressed t-, them, on the 24th di. not remain I..,h t, ,.. ,icch proficiency. eases of Womenand children by Daniel Drake, M. D.
of a great crowd of witnesses proves, that every July, a very energetic proclamation. Afterwards, he ;. i .. k ,, .. i.. i.lJ Capt. daily.
possible meats ofseduction were employed topin- Ali Pacha, who appears to have many more .i-'e.t, etwee Aleai ~a anl i, "len ie Anatomy and PI.,.... : by Jesse Smith, M. D. daily.
duce the soldiers to massacre the ihl.'bitants. lives than a cat, has again entered Joannina. An em coU^t my iro, ttened me t hrnumgn h h s- vatera Mih m '" t'. and C'tcal Med -
Brady and money were distributed i.i tile to- artiny opposed to him, consisting of 30,000 Turks ,ed trouy, e cit o v. e- ..,..,.r ,r d left himi with usc Ieby a Benjaoin staS. e ostie'ds a w ode .
rte ly dtlii dtoau d th uth chd t e it '.o'. ol. It'b him m11 trt Surggery aitd Denoostrative Otetrics by Dr. God.
verns. The Generals Campana, Freyre, Rodri- and 20,000 Albanians and others, has disappear- Mr. Selden, frto whise ..i .. .. ,,t, absconded as a- man.
'gti-tz, Valdes, the Colonels'Gabarra and Capa- ed. So say the latest accounts, The only fault above stated.I He is a good carriage driv,-r, and under- Chemistry and Pharmacy; by Elijah Slack, A, M.; 4
ccte, and many subaltern officers, ate greatly is. that the story as to the Turkish army is ra- standswell tie treatment of horses. I can no otherwise times a'week.
compronitt. The sentence will be quickly there too large. ccotn tbr his rt.ing aay than thal.t he had been ren Mdical urispudence will be taught by each pro-
pronounced. The three Generals and the supe-. A new German Journal, established at Frank- One hundred dollars and t reasoituble expenses paid lor a cotg tous t A5 ions with his branches.
rior o .ic-rs are strictly guarded. The people fort,statcs, under the date of Constantinople, July if taken out of tlie -.-e f Vir.- ino r ncQ50 iftaken with-. Chemiiry, will b.e fully vIlstrated by opearaioni, exue-
wait with great impatience for justice. There 25th, that an insurrection has broken otut in Ara- in th:t state or' Iit r,. ,I .' .'.,, iors his appre- rimnens, and reparations. '
were 156 persons killed and grievously wounded. bia, thI intelligence of which has excited the pension and safe delivery to r. Francis S. Taylor, Nor- 'the library contains about eight hundred volumes,
Private letters from Spain speak of some es. most lively sensation in the.capital of the Ottoman. penes. y t ew M. TAYLOR. pa nrt ofhe p, r valuable works every d
sential modifications of the new constitution, as empire. A man, it reports, who is unceasingly Nortolk, Oct 6-12-eo5t TWhe Mcommnncement otr conteri- sil i' c. will hbo
being in contemplation. The change has been repeating passages froin the Koran, and who held immediately after the endof t........ v,, Two fulhl
concerted by those draIe'uish..l b) tiir t..kLi.t,, affirms that he is descended in a direct line from 'F)OR SALE, courses in this institution, or one in this and one in some
and some of the administration, and has beemn Mahomet, has gained over to.his cause nurmer- 'UAT beautiful estate 4 Mount Hampton," six miles other, will he required before graduation, except the
discussed and approved at several private meet- ous partisans. which increases daily as he tra- A fro. .'Fredericktown.,and immediately on the mail candidate have beei a practitioner foiuryearawhen asin
ings. It is designed to remn dy many of the ex- verses the country. The same Journal says, that road to city, and 35 miles from the latter gle course only will be requie. n in t
.. .sce. I '.'. r.' ,,.cotntait s attmt 600 acres, 00 or 3.10 i.~ r. t,,,. ,,,,I ti0 f sins smay be written in the English,
iltilig ei Ih, ;Zid dli be presented to the Cortes as another insurrection has b.A., ut mi in Egypt. Pi' which are rich valvt y, the balance in t ofty timber ..6, i ", .'*'n.. i language. A prize medal wisi be award-
suo, i it :ns,.ntbl-3s. According to this pi ,joc:t NAPLES. tile most valuable hinds. The farm is well fenced, with ed for the bestLatin thesis, and another for the best ex.
the repttiecii ,'i.: government will be divided into good springs in every field, a plenty of fruit ofall kinds, perinental thesis, written in any of the above languages,
e lt, el ..iel,' ea Crnamber ofwdNobles, andil The King of Nlapleshy a royal decree, has re- an elegant garden, and the oth.rin, ,,..em,. *,.i .L.i: .j>"v..ided it is deemed worthy of p-blication,
,an, ,eltCtg e otber of Nobles,antidae. .'.'.t- i-iddit:s deemed worthy of pt ictio
established the order of tie Jesuits .in the king- ,. 1. e price of ec.h ticket will he twenty dollars; the
a Chambe of Deputies for the kingdoms ant dora of Naples. The order had previously been i.,s estate would be very desirable for a country r-- .e-ricoultioa fee, including the use of the library, five
provinces These Chambers wll have the restored to Sicily, and intrusted with the educa- tret, owl.,' to the l,,.,;i of .the aLtmo.pheie, and ihe llars.,
active with regard to te proposal of laws; th n th islan Th N lit l P excelnt society. I. sod on reaonable te Conrtable boarding and lodging, with all contigen-

Cown will have an absolute veto, and the prc io- of the islan. The Neapolita Generalep .. nents. "The tite.ipdisputabl. cies, need not exceed three dollars a week, or sxty dol-
t .. c i ma has arrived in London. .... .. ol, ,. estate "Fat Oxen," adjoiing. the lars a session.
positions which it may reject cannot be re-pr- The prince of Canovahas been I moved from above, containing 300 acres, with advantages r., im- By order of the Faculty-.
posed until another session. The municipal a- his place-.the duke of Ascoli has been appoint- prover.ents about equal to the above. DAN. DRAKE, Prest.
thorities std the justices of the peace are to b ed in his stead, the king having first agreed to Apply to Mr. Other i ;,-,, .n the premises, or to oct 9-3t J. SMITH, itcgitrar.
electeic by the people. certain propositions made by the duke. All the C. B. )ossPRA
A private letter from Madrid, dated the 9th heads of the police have been changed, and the ug 15-24-tf W rtees. Of every description easeuted at this Ofice.
aug 5-2-tf1 rute's. f evry escipton eireute attthi Ofice

I love Qujk-.i .ways and Qijakh: o ,i\ ;p, 'I
venerate the' Quaker ].riic.-is. It does n%
good for the rest of the day, 'when I meet any of
their people in my path. When I amtrtuffled or
ditti .edJ Ly any occui rence, the sight, or quiet
SiCt A a Quaker. ats upon rle as a venul.,tor,
ii.MtErhii, dhe al-r, and taking off' a load flora tlic
bosom. But 1 cannot like the Qit.ots, (as Des-
derm.0i1 wa, ild l say,i 1' to live .'ith Ihih m." I am
a 'll cr sophibLtic t-.'- with h mi. -., fancies,
c.ratirng h-utl s ymvnpa;h, I tnruit L, vI books,:
pictures, ti.catre-, child .chi sc'arnd 1, j.!:e-., am -.,
bi uities, and a thousand itltm-u l hi,'S, which
thcl-i simnapl:r taste ,orc :lo vitho t. I shol.td
starve at their primitive banquet. I1ly apcpeutes
are. too high for the salads which (ic.:ordii. to
i. .I.lyn) Eve diesIiJ ti ie angel, my gusto too
To sit a guest with Daniel at his pulse.
The indirect answers which Quakers are often
found to return to a question put t:.II cinm.v nmybe
explained, Itiink, w,'i.,iutO tie v,.ilar assumption
that they are more given to evasion and equivo-
cating ,h.an otiler p.-. I.-. They naturally look
to their words monr, .:.t 1, and are more cau-
tious of committing tilerntIlv..es. 1.- y have a
peculiar characteirto keep up on this head. They
stand in a manner upon their veracity. A Qua-
ker is by law exemptedl from akinr, an oath.
The custom of resuitir, to in oath in extreme
cas-,. s. ancfltied Is it i -,y ill reli. 1 -i.,us intii.:uiIy,
is iOpt (it mu-t be c':nIe'u-,cd) to introduce into
the laxer s .rt l mind thn inotion ot two kinds
of truth-the one applicable to tie -ol .mn ni'tiri
o' ju' tice, iard lie the it to.' the common .Iloceed-
ings t daily icintcourse. As ti'ruthi b t ind upon
the col... iei-i-,: I an ciath. c.,rn be I;!t truth, so,
in the c',,i.n.,:.r. afi;a. : no of the' sh.'p ai:ld the
market-pl.-ce, a latitu', i, p. cil. a d conced-
ed upon questions wniarr til.. s. -Aeitni cv'.innt.
Something less thl.. truth .-hie.. It is com-
mon to bear a person say, IYou do not expect
me to speak as if 1 were upon my oath." l-!nce
a great '. -.I of incorrectness and 1i1d ei tincy
short of falsehood, cir:--i inht:iu :Idir iiny coversa-
tion; anda kind of secondary or laic-truth is to-
lerat.ed, where cle gy-truhli-uoth-tiiith, bv the
,iatuie of t a circutilancet-, is riot reorjiri d. A
Qu axier knows none of :', Asiiii itti.,ii. His sim-
ple affi mtior, beini. recc ive., upon tihe most sa-
cicd occ:..sionS, without ary fu ilther tLat, stamps
a value upon he iows 'iuhich lie is to use upon
the nmo-,'t in:'lifeient topics of life. He l.)olks to
them, nstuially, V-ihli moe scveuiy. 'tVou can
have u; him it) more th:i.n his 'iold. lie knows
if he is c ,uhlit tripping in a csiuil ecx picasiuo, he
ur f'its, ifor hinsell at least, his clitm to ihe in-
vidious exemption. He knows that his syllables
are weighed-and how far- a consciousness of
this particular watchfulness, exerted against a
person, has a tenrency to produce indirect an-
swers, and a diverting ot the question by
honest means might be ilitstratid, .and the
practice justified, by a more stcrcd exa-.iple
than is proper perhaps to be mrre than hint-
ed at upon' this occasion, The adn.irAble pre-
aengs of snind, which is notorious in Quia-
kers upon all contii-.encies, might be traced to
this imposed self-w atichifulness-if it did nut seenta
rather an humble and secular scion of that old,
stock of religious constancy, which never bent or
faltered in the Primitive Fii..ds, ,jr gave way tu,
the winds of periecutiont to the violence ot lju"ge
or accucsr, under trials .and racKinlm examinaii.',ons.
" You willnever be the 'iser, il 1. sit here an-
swering your questions till midnight," said one
of those upright Justices to Penn, 'vho had been
putting law-cases with-a puzzling sibilety.-
s( Thereafter as the answers inay Iue," retorted
the Quaker. The astonishing composure o'rhia.
people is sometimes ludicrously i~,i'.Ledl in
lighter instances. 'I was travelling in a stage
coach with three male Quakers, buttoned up in
the straightest nion-conformity of their sect. We
stopped to bait at Andover, where a meal, partly
lea appat .,tus, partly supper, was set before us.
ly thiends confined themselves to the tea table.
I in mty way took supper. When the landlady,
brought in the bill, the eldest of my companions'
discovered that she had charged for 5n'tli meals.
This was resisted. Mine hostess was very cla-
morous and positive. Some mild arI.mznents were
used on the part l1 the Qui:keis, for which the
h',..ted mind ol the ,rood l.dvy seemed by no means
a fit recipient. iThe guar'J c a-m in with his usual
peremptory notice. The Quakers pulled out
their money, and formally tendered it-so much
for tea-1, in humble imitation, tendering mine-,
for the supper which I had taken. She would
not relax in her demand. So they all three qui-
etly put up their silver, as did myself, and march-
sd out of the room, the eldest and gravest d.inr
first, with myself closing up the rear, who thought
I could not do better than follow the example of
such grave and warrantable personages. We
got in. The steps went up. The coach drove
off. The murmurs of mine hostess, not very in-
distinctly or ambiguously pronounced, became
after a time inaudible-and now my conscience,
which the whimsical scene had for a while sus-
)ended, beginning to give some twitches, I wait-
*d, in the hope that some justification would be
.ffe,'ed by these serious persons for the seeming
justice of their conduct. To my great sur-arise,
lot a syllable was dropped on the subibect. a',c',
at as mute as at a meeting. At length the eld-
lt of them broke silence, by inqutirin of his next
neighbor, Hast thee heated how indigos go at.
he India House ?" and the question operated as
soporific on my moral feeling as far as Execer.
[Lond. 'i,' .
Old Powell, of Gloucester county, N. J. raised
wenty.one sons and one daughter from the same
'ife; seventeen of them, all that were old e-
ough,. served in the Revolutionary army at tihe
ame time; and at one harvest the father led
wenty-one sons in the field, the youngest of whout
as able to make a hand.-'W '.,:.'.<, Heraldd.

' Y order of the Orphais' GC 'urt of Pi'ni.'.' r ,,.'s
9 County, we shall expose at public sa... i i, ,
t hbidder, on the first day of November tic .'..*,
sidence. of lichard Lanham, part ft' said dieceaseidf's
:rsinal estate, con.si.ting ofhorssca, cattle, hogs, house-
ld and kitchen furniture. Terms of sale: 8l! .;';is of'"
10 or under, cash, and tfor, all sums above 1J du.lars a
edit of six months will be given, by the putrchiaser';






ving bond with approved security. Sale to cometice
12 o'clock. JULTA LANHAM,
oct 18-. adm'rs of rich'd Laiham.
THE seat of the late Mr. Key, about twvo' iles
J froin Georgetown, containing 230 acres of
nd, with every desirable improvement. Enquire ol
Gomas Plater.
Geurgetown, aug 21-tf ANN KRHY.