National intelligencer
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Title: National intelligencer
Uniform Title: National intelligencer (Washington, D.C. 1810)
Physical Description: v. : ; 49-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Joseph Gales
Place of Publication: Washington City D.C
Creation Date: November 3, 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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No. 8251.

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er,. o ..' odr. t ill b onr. el l0in, 1 r, aV tle OpLtln
oftlhe edtora.. .-, nd

Don Joaquin de tindnag. was prescr'ed on
Wednesday last to the Presi ent, by the Secreth-
ry of State., when he delivered his credential let-
ters, and vas reciv.d by the Presidenta Envo.y
...tl ,rr:italy and 3M inistei Plcnipotentiaiy from

The 1'l.driino 3 rr -he oh uhimn states tlhat
GovetnorJacli.oit, ,nuld depart froriPeriacobl in
a few days ihertaficr for LTennessee, and it
v.huld .e:pA.t r that it was the purpose o! th.
oviLrir to I,-'ii'en his office, as it is menioneld
in the-sanme i i that T his retirr. to: I-loriua
need not be 1Ioked for, unless circumstances

should render it necesis: y.

It appears, by the usew Yoilk papers, thl.t:
-pccul.Ations in Flour' had cet eJ in that city.
-nd the dcalcis wire waiting further advices
from E.ropce. '
Wheat was selling brisl.i 'tit .Albany, on Sa-
turday !ast, at1 iwo dollars a bushel.

.The Legislattireof New Jerst.y commnienccd
its annual session at Tienin on the 23d ul.
Jesse Upson was re-elected Priesident of the
Council, (Senate.) arpd .Onrint C.v,.Iat, Sccre-
tarv. In, the othcr House tanrid Thnmpon, jr.
iva, elected Speaker, and iFilliniM L. Frati,
Clerk, all without opposition.
On the 2,.th JI,_ac H. \V]LLrARItON, was bO ,
the to Hoises re-clected Governor of the state,
for the yeat ensuing, v.nliout opposition.

KENTLIcny.-Thelte Ligtisature of Kentucky
convened on ithe 15th nlt. at Frankfort, the seat
. t, giovrnmn(ti. In the Senate the Lit.utenarnt
Governor i m. T. Jarr:y) presides ; Willis .1.
Lee uas tIiri'niiuouily appointed Clusk, and Co..
.tihtthry ('rourett Sersearnt at Arms. In the
House of P.pr!c-ntatts (. r (', Th..,1' :_.:1
was appoinr.L. .,peak.,r, R lbe't S. T"fdd Clerk,
and C"I. Rihuriid Taylor Serc:Cant a- A inis-,s l
of them unanimously. Five members ot this
House (Mes-is. Clark, Moore, Shannon, Butler,
and Worthington;) refused to take the oath pre-
scribed to all officers of the government by the
law to prevent duelling ; but they were admitted
ir. the pilivilh-.t s and rights of members until the
H-ouse should take further order on the subject.
On theta 16th, Governor Adair transmitted to the
Stwo Houses a loner message, interesting for some
of the topics which it notices, and the niranet of
treating themn-*extracts will be given hereafter.

The proposition to abolish imprisonment for
.debt has been rejected in the Legi-1iturc of Ten-
nessee by a large majority. So als' has been the
bill to establish a Penitentiary in that state.

A Lr,nd-.nr p'per says, the three Dep)ut:'-
Swho have been elected atMadeira, underthe new
con'Lituttion, lhad s.dled for Lisbon, and carried
with them theremonstrances of the people against
the erormoi.s duties imposed li,y the United States
on Madeira wines." It was supposed that a coun-
tui vailing duty would be laid on certain articles,
the produce of the United States.

From the. New York Gazette.
We yesterdayy received New Orleans papers
to the 29tbh uil. The master of a schooner from:
IP.'ica-uula sated that he haiad been boarded by
I Jr, Th .om'is B. Shields, in an open boat, wvho re-
rueste'd him to report the loss of tie U. S. brig
Enteiptize, Lt. Comi. Kearney, on Cat Island,
The date of the above disa-ter is not mentioned,
it may, however, be correct, as tihc-EnterpiuZe
sailed from Pensacola on the 19th ulh. or 3 crulze
after pirates. +
Thfie above is inc'jt r-cl. -Letters have b.:-en
tceived itn this city both from the Enterprize
nnd thl Porpoise, as late as the 25th September
....the former was. then at Cat Island and the latter
at Ship Illand-all well. They had taken ini three
months provisions atd were ready to sail on a
cruize in the Gulph, ?.c.- Nat. Intell.

: We find in the New Orleans papers an adver-
tisement of Mr. George Davis, the object of
which is to assure the public, that he has discov-.
ered a certain cure for the Tape Worm ; and
that for ten dollars, he will poirit out the cure to
",'.v r r-r at a distance, provided they keep the
secret for foui' years. Mr. Davis avows his ab-
horrence of quackery, but he says, if the human
stomach were full of worms, even hives of bees,
the remedy would clear them out in a week

The Supreme Court of Ohio, at their late ses-
sloin in Trumbull county, decided that the law
for the stay of execution on a judgment before a
justice of the peace is constitutional, inasmuch
as it, does not invalidate the contract, though it
deprive the ai,:'s of the power of enforcing it:
that is to say, a man may have :t h g'al right, ith-
out hial means of establishing it.
c. ,.... *: F,[. Y..Com. .&de.

Copy of letter frrim a gl.ntil, vain in .JIrathis
to his f'riidd in thiii cifi.

Stu T iC 't ,UiK 2Q0i 1821.
InI compliance, my dear P, wilh youl request,
lhat I would give )ou some account of lite In-
dians of this territory, I hate the pleasure to in-
form you that, a fetv weeks since, I happened to
be at a full council of the Chcrokee chiets, h.-.fl
men and warriors, convened by order iof their
a-ent, Col. Bicarly, f..r the purpose of paying
them their annuity. The m-nly and dignified
department t it agent, rand the suicti pr epricty
and detorum which cha;i:,te i .zed this nriumterou-
assemblage ol nmo:re than a th..,usand findins,
gave me so much sadli action;, tilt ,'n it11,l, Il am
-tire,x cxcusfi' le for n:akinu: it the axclhsive sub-
jeIt of a .! lort letter.
\Vben a surliritnt nunhber of the clhiofs lhal
men li.y r a) i.- .ric dl a con.niiillec i. clcven tIn-
a'ir ill .sonc i hat iten r, t' Irecei.c and receipt
irr the annali't, ni-Ail it exaninie and p-iv surti
clainns ai-'ainst the -lion s lir. tl t, .r.[ .U--
to then I erl.3 .a.t hentiscted, I us ii t'} nfi Ui,
Otle:-sed to obser-.e that, inr. the Lx. niuiiuo ..,;,
ci.iins, the committi e acted %ilih tlie fairest n-
pati';-aity, iidi:criwiiately adrijtttiiit;. antd pain:-
,,>e (," li.e r wvhiti- ncilghb.-,tLu s, itIh i,:lh .t i
Were held by their own pe,,ple. A riumnber -ii
claimiis w re sLsp nrridlc l ior' 'i their pr-..,.t, a'.l1
a considerable am3inittt lid i. tor for payment iji-
LII l'tIle reception rdf their nect riciricui), htie lirt-
sen: Wi 'tnr instFi1cicrt 1t p iy all the d~l:tis ui
thl naionin. I had pit 'pare i iysilf to witnre ,
antoir. such a crowd such ruaatcrials, r-1.sa .:l
dlisoider, cuiii sion iiselt conltised, and iitlx'ia.-
ti..n inc es c y forr arid s %1ie iy. lBut I h tic l.,
pIleasb re to assure you iIthu, a'o fr i iiot tuis i lie.
iiM g the c ra e, lhe 'uit ll tL-u [ ur pioiil i I ..j.I
condluct,and hirnio:.y.[- .i w.dilut shd t i..i Ii ht tih u h otI
sittiNig uf the council, i which IL.LittiLitM.i 101i thi lc-
or lour day's.
I hie very fieqhucntly, .whtist in the states.
bt.en a niuch ic.s- (c c dv, i.. e : rciiblILh oi _i'.iliz du
men, lbut do not rt collect rc n tLexceit, peilli|p.,
on irlicio.: us O c3-i.nir I h. t i ier', m niore ap.
pliau iot Strirt isonietly dild s i go oldei. Th F
agent ceiiLainly dcsirtc.s ciiedit for hIl. 'C:Itity a'irl
pitoiptriti:s i !Uji[ppies-'in tiihe sale t. ai.leit t ,i-
rils on this occasion, iet hl iisucc'es-: :flords pleas.
irg evi-dence orl lhe stubo-i diti.,.ion of thie (hciro.
kees -to the atuth-rr-ies of ilie guverinent ; at
does the general th lacctei andl appearance of this
miceting of uo the 1icCs as 1hili.h h.s attended the ci
Itirs hlit lijtie beti made to miht-ur'e Lthe ir Lifn, .
tlit un. lhi ,- allow a n.iime.lt' dl.', esi olii
,\ monicint's thought, on the original coiditiOin
of our iou nt IIcdiad: i coira itdu 1 i' ih thlcir p e-.
benit sittait..i, wiilh ler-pect to 1.ii aand std'iepon-
/,'iii'', |'ics!,.-. thle conv iion upon u-. iii ct, c t-
lusi's loinc tl)t tlhe peti u ,.; .aiinied %%hen .hue
itiirst gnu r v.,L-,, amid libir t policy, in our ini er-
.. urs- un ith i them, resolves isi.ll itti, thlie i'lainLSt
inimr-ns: p..sst. i'::r I '. h '" .u ,,',naly pa'.,i
from them for considerations that hate aicturntd
to benefit our citizens. Numberless wars between
the whites and Indians have reduced them to a
mere shadow of their former selves; they are
now conquered, (at least measurably,) and stand,
on all occasions, trembling to receive the dictumn
of the United States.
It is, from the nature of our connection with
the ori.-iiial owners of our soil, imperiously ne-
cc'i.ary, that the government should hold in its
hands a contlroihng ii flun'ice over them.
The plainest principles of humanity, and the
safety and security of thathardy and adventurous
por tioin lf our citizens who are the pioneers in
the march of our population and settlements,
suggest such a course of poli..y as >h.lule s-eculI
the principles of the one, and the srfety of thie
other.. A controlling influence might be secured
by the sword-yet there is a happy altii nai-. t;
mild, benevolent, and generous in its character,
and alike subservient to lthie best interests of both
parties.., And that alternative is a well regulated
trade, prosecuted by the govei'nment in the most
direct manner. The government, thus, is con.
tirually among them Pdministering to their wants
'and necessitiis, and securing fi itself, not only
a pecuniary advantage, but a more.potent influ-
ence than, could be obtained any other way.
Taught,.thus, to see the government actively en-
gaged as a benefactor, they would, of course,
yield to it a degree of sincere confidence and sub-
ordination mutually beneficial.
Time will not allow me, at present, to enter in-
to the subject as fully as I -could wish; yet I will
ci..ulize trie. lope that these hints may elicit from
you a thorough investigation of the subject. To
return: On payiri.: the annuity, the Agent took..
occasion to inip! e-,s upon their minds the propri-
i-v End iC1Lect'iil' of O iac i .',riit l seitt lives to
ia'. iiitpi.pi-L tJenriy or n,.- O im-t .. a tl,ai. lihi great-
father, the President of the United States, took
icculi ir interest in their ,itcli'ii and happiness,
and that he would be highly gratified to hear.of
their improving in tile piur-uit of agriculture and
industry,; and offered,. himself, a reward for thb
best piece of home made cloth, to be prepared by
their next annual meeting.
He stated to them that all civilized nations
held those only who were guilty accountable to
the tribunal of justice; that it was inconsistent
with the laws of the social compact, and cruel in
the extreme, to take the life of an innocent man
in lieu of that of a murderer. He also suggested
considerable improvement in their customs re-
specting the descent of property, and on various
other subjects. His style.was simple, such as
they could easily comprehend, and such as was
admirably calculated to impress upon their
minds tlhe importance of his suggestions. When
he had concluded, he presented tobacco to thier,
as a tokeri of the continued friendship and good
will of his government, The Bl.ick Fox, one of
their principal orators, received it, and thanked
him, in the name of his nation, for the present,
and for the interest he took in their welfare; and
.remarked that, hitherto they had been feeling
their way in darkness, but that now a noon-tide
-.,jn sl-hmone upon their path," Alt.:gethrer, I have
seldom been more pleased than on this occasion.

Vol. XXII.

_ ~ s

We understand lat th e coniracLors It h s frequently bten remarked tlhtt the Pt- Dep-Irted th,.. i,,I. .t ,Is se,t in i, e ct. it'Burlig-
ing the mail between this city and Philadeiphia Nrit Lead.r of the Rev,-Iutior,.ts, in Spanish lon. (tNew Jersy, on tle 2-.th da, of October, A. iD.
have received instructions to accompany the mail America, h a. aiv, a s made the gIre- Patrit La- l-8l, ELIAS L_,_-A'DINT, E.q. L. L. D. in the b2.
widl an armed guard on that part of the route Idr of North America his guile and pir.tteru. 3ear of hiss ,ge.
which is exposed. On the hole rqute from 1.The tollowtr i g :u,t c.-po eldence hows h,-w vv Lsl le. 1 the o n l t .t6ed0tr f1, ,i rit; c,,.r ; A lc .r.tLte,1
\Va!sh;rgtn t-, Boston, the orly part Af lhe dis- the invitation has been preserved retainn, iand b\ the most. resi.t.- ,hb inhl,: l1ti, ,, .the
a t.C r *i., ,1a .1, ,tl., o,,.,' o: J y *g a,1 1 2.1 ct;t. tt Buringti..[.. Among Ui.- i.,.uirinH A-.gr.rt-. cth.
tafirc which rt..ires a guard is t.neifty milers re3" 0 I1, t 1h Ma, 181. lelt d on tia occa-,ion a :i-. t.l,pu,-on troim it
between Paltimore and Elkton, between whichl, "idn ool r, L *, ratvr-President, i i. ,. t h tu':r. r th cf i Ani c in h. i b. ..cU. -,con-
iniion /?.i(;r r, L 1-. raf'r-Ffrti, di, >. '. i cIt iu.c i. t lak ., mi It% [)I-. ilr, M-Si.'i..
places our readers will recollect all i?~.ar:til ro 'ice-Pre-ident tf the Rli.,ulic. 5. Boyd and C.;ou Tf |all was Lor,- it ti ,ne-'
beries (except one in Net Jersey) hlc bcretit of o0ved Iy the cl., os ot n: i o'.n fami and ,loo3m'FelJ, w ,ll; m b. le.a in s, .i -, tiaE -
of *ulinii tor, i ati by i ufi c-c UtnriiL .rd. An..,-:\ hav-
late years committed. On this fifty ri.e. of h.' those t, 'iorne hIiuiis and corr.paniriors in atins, ard, Es.qrs. and Ur%. loease, of qifriltairilni. 1 h. 1 body
road, the population is very thin, and the *itcatl gro,,ning ii li l tie i n:isi, ta:ble -.itu ,tt-n ufti reii 't s core c-se tno %t. i.,r3'-,Ll.,.cl] i ..r.. ver" sa pro-
extent of forests, conjoined with thl dark arni they loutid theresci, es, I ..ook the li.errt), in the pri ,t d,.,'-,ur-,e% iJ.ti ered t ,i I'. I'e Dr. t Itcu.,
lon ly pi. id of the t wet, -t r oui, wh th year 18t.1 t l it i ,n order r otnl the i ul) lic treau- dand the alie hole crrmor,} ..s condu.ct.:l n thi solemni.tit,
lon-ly pe iod f the twen l-lour hours wiier, the orJe, anti Jeco.un.
mails traverse it, oilers, s experiecrac/as sho1n, 1) 1 Bt.hec.py Ihl ter mcac v o ic E. >.ndei r. lioujm,t %%s aorn in I'tld..llan, ,., the ..A of
m ls ir e itoNo. 1, ethe cop i tihe a, sw r which I rec t: ed Mat, A. It. 1740. He aseirende ui m u er ,.oftli,,se
(fri-at tell,itt -it'u to men wl, are inca ,ied to take t i ,om the rcc' elir. ne ilf, ntni, ouncring the Ie- pious ef',tLes ho f ln i, t n. rran,- tn Anric, toe.i-
advanriage of these localities. On 'very t.ther cipt of my di aft, and -dl t laing me tht the same cape the rori ..1 r..I. ,.:i: .:,i l|.i-]-'. and to or-
S" c' e" r c, .u AI t-ittLS was order d to bee l acld. "I fi.e urc enr,t N .. ", rh~mi u.i tr cdor ;a in this t.L .,ne lie hud the
.' i i %a i(I IibaJ'.r,capI t' a cl -,- 2c Ict ,u, I pt,-'el tT t udy
.and den itI)- iI ppt :,,i on hav> ex., ,!t i.: .i .* ,,,ris is |)a I I.t. 1he la tes e g the otil, lai under ie drc 'it.t., ,I de Hoi,. i.ichar atock
an .'.d1"n'' '^"d f:I.a o., I 'e rI'.'*e'o ,'r pl tiIi entitl _, me to ,,i. Ia ird ehh(r ,,i the tn.. A il, .c'n hoF ra -, '1e
siii iiry '.1 ..... I LO d i f', proved -i a t:,a...-, *,, n:.- *' :- ,e- rir e t-4.- i -.l tn, rh er i t .'.
pie restraint upon robbers. \Ve hope, therefore, tihe' arm%, anid to ihle right ot expectii'g bot'n- .iartiOj rr--ti f.~ -..L. ti. trei. "- if Ne., J-:r'cy,
.,ii1 de = ie ctiadent .e -_peak the u ihes of lthe etie ; rL d i c ar lr narn grs:nr s; ra the law u'rich Dr. loudtI t,t : .-, too :,. p f ,:, of .- ":,.
people of Bahin,ore, ithat zhe Pot AM aster Ge- legiults the pla) of : ll the officer' Idji.' g ic gre.',, ti te raproit ri;,t tr, -t,.I ro he I -. f t,Li-tl"i- i."
nr. ial .ill make ii,e guenid between n Baltimoote me 'as pi *-lideit of lthe reptibli ', fil thot-.and rrionc-rs IIn tIh yer I7.ir- ,., t i.. i ... ,i .. r,
iad Elktcn a peimntent part of the mail esta- dollars e a-I:'ttal, from th e lIS19 h o lt O ,!.t I t. t i ,. ..!
Inis monielt, renounce all the'e rjq t and w.,-ge, "hecut dP r i.,, ci 0 liatiiit.it bi,de it .t l U. i, ,. ttr
Lhiin~nt.--.)mer ,:n. ~.whilh i ,I c. ,iot rtcces e.i, s.titif 0 g i ith L( thi th r.e ir i i w h l uIr e:t,..Ih -.-, t,,s
fourteen tliousind dollars paid at Bogota. 1 lit country ', tiilenerii..rc.
C('IATL: TOwN, IC '26. orbje t for whicli I i u lIIat sum. Fi...l the sa:cr d r tn "iht,' it-n ''* ura .i-r-I r le ti- I li,' pr. '-tic-ce of the
iThe steam-ship Robert F.ltln, Capt. Barnard, duti c h ich l have withlal lullflerl, lae fully zI;.-t g,,,'- t. t .. lt,*ii.,,II t
s,iled lr.tr C]alcr,le ,,,n eo Fiid., the 2tl, rinst. ; re uittecId me Fur tie i hts i hi i n po', fo reo in a .ne c..o ,o I ,c, r.i.h i 1, >ri ,cL t er..
arrived at Ntw Yi ork on the '17thi eemnainar behalf of the Il eaeurt I reiqi.-,: i '. III Lc e ,elt -. ,.l ]Il- ,i ,, t i. .i.. l t,.-e t'
i!ti-rc' four d t.i arol rc-tiem i d il (L ftit lesson yes. ,leI,_d, in m} inait., lo 1;.y ihi- ca: .d expc Ti- lh e r.p -e, ito ,.r.i,' e iiied i i,rs. In h, l, ,,,ra,.le
It dy- ,!f Lt.-loon a, I o'cul.c i, lhavilt0 com plh tcd t1Ot of I Will hrf .,f e til G el-ti al (_..fh i -, ; .! it.e ca ., ... ,. x t.. .. : 'r.' Lt
her outiu ad and hone pttin Ce in 13 days. She accepted, I vill !ook upon it .s i ,;ult r kin' d- I"i" ., ,o r .ii d ,,,r i.jS I ll ilii. i.,
is. a1t eFltl- nt s ecirecn of r,a .architecture, ad ness, which I ,ill Ilue ,- the I-utr'. te-Itlounry ,' ,, r.' t.. -,r't i', : i .. ',,,tl.. 5 l
lher mac.lin ry is aid by iujldgs tol be complete of te reahe regaiNald lilmi cll lh ries liei- orteii. ..r L'Cii-ur o, lihe No.l..,.1,| M. nti il. ia,a i 1 t ie
She carn ies a ioiniidable atnramtc four six- talites deign to h iotior I te. t il't,.- .:e eh,- ,it.l I c *'..'lu i,.. l ,:. tru:.' h. tx-
i .* i' L l A R icutm='id, '..i, ... .m rpl l, I li.l ,j ,ia i ii "r ,h -. aL ,r ': .-
ploundei,, two lourt. besides nlusqi ettl y, and has u __n i :l ,-,,' 1 1 arm ,I f,. i, i ..i,:,r-
an engine to thiow i:.r v.- ter pon oll assailants, A NS, FR f)iF '1THil CONC.i'.r', sonr t IlIt. ts ,il-"'-, ', I S t.., .. i .. ,i' r-r,
S.i asi etiler to dro-..n or brol the enemies : tie peI pl'.itie 1 public b I., i: ri,,. 1. Iile i,,id
.nni ri:an commerce ar.d intter.oore between the G. e. ral Conryi,.5crreta-'s O-fc -re, c..r-rnon% Of i cinfinrica rile.'tr..p.i., 'ie ht i .i s hi r, -.i-
SJ 2i I L.Cl. dece in tie c, ,f Burh l.t.in t .... n r. i L. 't ,
Ite'1-"lk" To #.T the 0tl inster n tiftialtce ,.ik. W..iil.l ,,liccii.,,i,,e t, n.. il, ,,;d .- .' q, .-
"n- The Congr s.. being informed of i.,e icsigrn. ,- s.'. ofsinituictm -.n ei., .d much .1 it lu.-.l e.rLi:lc.l
rito:: i* tct-n -tior. r ade by H. L. the Libcratol-Preident, ut ou I en i n I aic :e. :
3By an official amount recently printed, it ap- the pay, grants,and ass .;nnients, which belong to titan dtie, ind f1' tihe ioviiest ch.,ric.- tiit exalt ...nr
tpc i ts tli the saluc of our woollen ti oods,expoit- him in virtue ofl the latis made in the e.:traordi- niiure--ine:kl .- lu-, qc ani,'.....ia( ai, .| i-ct .
cd, amounted in 1810, to 105,200,0c001. and that it nary session e-l last e ening ; but, taking into con- itg s app.,es i the p.ir- st kind--it. -u i.,,.... h.
tas ~ since prore-isely declined, until in list sidElation his love for libertv, his irldel liable Itt such as l,01ace -r, i.t ,- i .eere endt ,' I, ns m nurv
tO I*to i tio I e, f 'l i,'id di. l['),- n tO L i rliil'..
yean. it only aLnnouiited to 6,379;,r'00l. iTh s extra- con lancy to d.-fend it, his integrity) a ld ,istiti- Ip,.,r ,1 II,:.- resulaiur he Viv. % cletk i a ie-i, ,ler iof
niiJriary et:clihie 1r t.;icflv ascribable to lie pio- cstednesi, he rcan never renounce the gratitude of the B.-ard niIut.ica ulr e' t Jeis., C.j. Il.,:e-. .I tIc
hil ito.ry deci t-n ol thlie nipe.ors ol lHu-iia and Col.uirnbia, w hlili ; his best paTi imui.y ) tfime of l,-, J. c ,e he ,,s i ,e '.. ,,, ,, it. ,-, ,.i ,
Ausi Rus.-iF used forlrnely to iniport large .lhialced, That the L.iberator, Simon Bolivar, CL rpor.iun. 1 h lilitral dun.i,. li,, hi ,i... I. ii iuli.
'l.ianticer ol rut coarser woolle,-is ; hut tliet it.v- mi- ty y ell t'enoulce tk i.Lt theft ture (tngr esi thrit o m g r ''l',I. iit t i, 1'. ,.
poitation, iith the exception of such only at pay, gi ants, and asaigniaions belonging to him by Dut, witile anxious Uto )rut thI inrci'iat iit.c,-mce.
nir.tht bu ordered by the g veinrnert lor the uir e the law.." lie % nt..inot .r..i ul' .o w ii]i ., i ii
of dthe icips, was stinctly forbidden in 1.3Ii. Tlhe Anid t"hich I have ibe honor to transmit to your o I, r- intiirirnce and i. tL-i Ni. At -ipI. -I],.
L:impe-,.I uf'Auinrsia ha" also piahibited the in- lo -dshil. ciple andt halbi tto the i *l'guis d.'nonl .,i, is" hl
he ii I % i i lilflr a -. lrb,-. 'ie Ih b,,. 1 ,-it
,,11,| Ln-- LI n .' i i ; .peri,-se l s aill.n l ot.-J'a i.iI God oresei tve your Iordshlip m 'aii i acari. lb ii bi e tu-i.rt-,...i-. n, rui.- h t- *L I.,L; .- .-
Italy. A id the ink ws.5,srarr.e.y IryVon lthe ire;- FtANCI-SE.O ilO, Secrelary. seiribly <,rile i'resl.) rcri t L iurci, an-f o h'lie I.,.h,-
ty by which we, in the teeth of our solemn and .- b '. "- -I"* ,tlh.hi-.I P.,_i, i,. {,,, ,a i,
reiterated pledges to the contrary,made over Ge- mind, ur.iciL b ti ,r ci -r.-l.i2., itoa to the king of Sardinia, than the petty tyrant EXTRAORDINARY COWS. expanded h thas si, blr .e'e .11,- e .f cllria t ,aabenevoi
properly rewarded our perfidy, by laying prohi- tions whioseobject is 'to di-ti- e more. ,,l tl, i t i,, c,,i-
bitory duties, not on woollens only,but on British At the Brighton (Massachutsetts) Cattle Show revealed truth-eto evangeizet the Le r,--t, r--tr,ct
goods of' every description,- Scotsman. the premium for the best milch cow, 40 dollars, the deufr and dumb-to- c.Juc-te youth for the sacred min.-
The papers tell us, that his Majesty's cooks was awarded to. John Stone, of Marblehead, for itis-tio ad%,nc. knoitieage, and to relieve the wants
were in such anxiety for two or three nights pre. his Cow, raised in Lynn. His application was anTo those iof his fllocien however, who are pe-
vious to the coronation, lest the venison, &c. accompanied by written documents and satisfac. culiarly interested in the wide circulation of the Sacred
should spoil, that it broke their rest. This, how. tory proofs that his cow had produced from the Scriptures, perhaps the chief excellence in the chiarac-
ever,. is nothing to the high sense of honor ii the Ist of June to near the day of the Show from 12. ter of the dec-.-.ue ,s the ardent and effective zeal he
breast of a purveyor to Louis XIV, who, finding to 9 pounds of butter per week, aversring I 1 displayed in tse Bible cause me.
that soroi fil, hadl not at ivd wlr h v a. otder-, pound, th ough the whole time. It was the.only The efforts he at first made, notn thein
ed for an cnieri.,iment, retired to hii room and case duly authenticated, and sturpasscd even the abolish the Anmerica, Bible Society'; hi munificent do-
-shot hint.elf. M.Iad.amni de S i6'gne describes the verbal statements, of01" ri lo e, of til: uthe claim- na ,iI. t to this institution at is first ir'cascti.t.]ir.ri: i suI-
" admired disorder" which ensued. ants. There were many other valuable cows ex- seq.,,nrit ,berality to aid in c.e er.ctncn of,. a Dirpr.siit.ry;
ted, several bf which obtained premiums Ithe dI,e of a large and valuable tri.:t of' land and the
fited, sev er al of w which n re *mium s. deep and h n i _, Athe h q,,t.,i: n I',11 te
r At the Essex County ( 1a-iachi etts) Cattle ep and uitil-t;i.'f., f it-ii I t hi: hie ian 11. *il i e
At the concerns e thu- t ir ttci st-, "lietc,,
Extraordinary Swiniige-Mr.James Gra- Show, the committee reported to be its Pr.:,ile,in; is hile tlio% spreul is- tiTw. irti. .ni
h:,m, a rentrician belonging to the ara ri-on of iThat Mr. Joshua Lovett made on his farm, every region oftheglol.c, %. il rou.rrae, Mi T .
G.)ial..,r, undertook, on the 8th of August, to in Beverly, from the milk of six cows, fi e hin- the hearts of his tfelo-.c,>.zens A. n,t, I,.a, !..,I r, ,'iel.
swim from WV:ari-porlt i% hat to Algesiras, and, dred and eijht pou ,,ls f good butter, in the year w-christ;ans t,n,ugii..ur the .-rli. ur, ,ui;e
to the iistoruishnn t of every body, reached to n tt182t1, between the 20th day of May ind the 6th. 1 r- .. ri c i ri hie ,.. ,e-
within musket shot of that town in the space of .821 betveer the 20th day of May and the.6thi... -at ...i ":. .'..cctioiaterrreir'i,l,'ii., tic ctuiitg
vitin musket shot of ta town in the space of dlay of Octol:.c. The cows .vere kept in.common s, ne ofi, ble,, ,-,C, i,- c.,ulal, dt i,,c t. fi,n.
four hours and a quarter, whenlbe got int one pasture from the 20th of M..,v until the 3d of ,..r tlie ls I., r,,s thy ..e su,,,..ine,-, t, lr is t
.of tle boats by which he was flowed, complain- September, and afterwards in Fall feed, and were" ettS and silurP-t he departing curistan. In the full
ingof nothing but rxces e thirst. The distancefed with the thinning of half an acre of carrots,. r-) ..f ht, `, .ri ,cg dl, I,., .,' h- .-hat 'p -r-
in a straight line, II aiiouit fve ilnt and a half; vinr -dic, l i., ,,,i lth % irm,
in straight line,- is about live O il and a half; and the suckers that grew on one acre of corn. his patience untexhausted, and his hopes uere btriht.
but, as Mr. Giraham t as forced out of it by the The quantity of butter produced from these cows, While, with paternal solicitude he *: ixhorn-d thoe- a,,-imd
current almost every time that he lost sight of the between the 1st of May and the 15th day of Oct. him to. rest on the Lord Jesus (Clr,t a, t he on.'v ,t
house he was sby ng on h in the same year, was five hundred and ninety ground of trust; whik, vith solen,.iiy :,nd tenderness,
back, it is sppc.-.;. i-d Itli he may have shwam al- iea y ie commerded a dctilI aci -i an .,c-d"iric, d-iughter (his
toack, ithe' about ed tl t he femay h ave swam al- pounds ; and there was made within that time, olyc ehild)to the care ..ut ,s ,,r, ,, ir.,e ds, with huim-
atogether aboble 8 les. ofher feats of Leande rom the milk of the same cows, nine hundred ble resignation he expressed his1 r,-.,t,-liiit-- t "dc- re
and of at i ble poet of the present day, are boys and ten lbs. of cheese, The committee were of o del..rt ... peace'.' to the bosonrr, .t tf r ... i, ,..-.
play to this o opinion that Mr. Lovett was entitled to the first ven; and the last prayer he was heard to articulate, was,
lhe Kinf of Sweden has sanctioned the res- o premium on this article. Lord Jesus, receive my Spirit!
lution of theN Norwegian diet, by which ll here- The committee received a statement from Col.
diary nobility inNoruny s to cease with the John Francis, of Beverly, that, from the milk of
death o tie persons now, enjoying that rank, and three cows, kept on his fam, was made three I' BLIC SALL.
o their existing children;.but, conformably to hundred and fourteen pounds of good butter, it VILL be offered, at public vendue, at Rockbill, the
the proposal of the Kinl., a net.w. n-bility will be y.-Vr1 8 2,, between 'he first d ay T,,f,, late residence of W. H. Hampton, decewssd.) in
created, which is to be tranrnissable to*the eld- t he ye^^r b etwee the pa duiga o Jne ar Fauquier county, on itrh-sday the 131, ol N.,-,verni,er
est sons only of the ennobltd the 30th day of ept. andtf lSng the.same time, next, the perishable property of the said deceased, con-
was made from the milk of the same cows six sisting of about 20 head of tlHoses, amornpAt th1-n some
hundred fifty-three and three quarters pounds of valuable riding and draught horses; I .a.r .i duabl6
T .Ci h r 'r.: r the cheese. Beeves, and a large stock, of other cattle; Hogs ind
gratid procession on Friday last, his Majesty left The rules and regulations of the Trustees do eabe variety and uscamber of farmingutesi s; a st of
the Castle of Dublin, for the Lodge in the Park, not offer any premiums for good butter produced blacksmith's tools; Corn, Hay, and Oats; valuable house-
in his private carriage, which went at a slow rlate, by a less number of cows than four,.made on any holdand kitchen fuirniture-on a credit of9 months, the
allowing every one to come quite close who pleas, farm, from the 20th lay of May to the 6th of Oc- purchaser giving bond and approved security, bearing'
ed. In Parliament street, the Kir'ts attention tober. This case, therefore, not coming within .interest rom ithe date, but which wil be remittesd if
was attracted by a Coal Heaver, who God blessed the rules, neither as respects time or number of s dollars. d ash l be ed s d
his Majesty, arid asked leave to toucli him with cows, could not have any premium awarded by Also, at the same time and place, a large stock of
his fingers, when the King, With the greatest the committee, although it might have yielded, in Merchandise, well assorted and lad inr. The times of
good humor, said, My honest fellow, here is proportion to the number of cows, better than the payment yill be made known on the day.of sale, iuniess
my hand," and gave the black paw that was pre- one for which a premium was awarded." they are disposed of previousy at private sle, whih is
sented a right hearty shake. The nman was all I. -' sE.-- ventory will beshewn by Mr. Thos. It Hampton, on the
amazement at the Royl condescension, and, a- premises. The sale will commence at 10 o'clock, on rithe
again blessing his MRojly, held up his hion, and, and, Sir Gregor M'Gregor, whose name is so inti- day aforesaid, if fair, if not, the next fair day;, r,,e ,.i; be
looking at it with ccstacy, exclaimed, Well, by mately associated with the transactions of the war continued from day to day until the sale can be closed.
all the Powers, you -hal never he lashed so long between the colonies of Spain and the mother All persons having claims ot any description against
as I live !"-O,-utbin ppl. country, arrived here on Friday last fri'om Belfast, the estate will please make them known, in order that
as" live "-lubhn l i clipse steam-boat His stay in town, we he administratrs may be enabled tonr .,ie arc ans-:.m--ita
in the Eclipse steamy boat. His stay in town, we for payment. All those indebted to tf I.. .tar'.. -., :irn-
believe, was short.-Greenocle Advertiser. estly solicited to come forward and close their accounts
DIED by maing payment, b na o, at least, by giving their notes,
At 01ebi entck on the l m W Dr Doe of Mr. Thfomas t. Hampton is auihorised to settle tfhe ac-
At Shelbyville, Kentucky on the 13th fltimo, WrSo- Dr. Done, speaking of the Bible, quaintly counts, and to receive all moneys due by bond, note, or
rTZ Brnmocx, Esq. a Member elect from the State of says : Sentences in Scripture, like hairs im otherwise, anid to pass receipts.
Kentucky,f teo t. 17th Congress.. horses' tails, concur in one root of beauty and JOHN tI PTON, Z .dministrators..
At Louisville, Kentucky; on the 13thl ult. Mr. Mosas strength; but, being plucked otit one by one, Rock Hill, Fauqer co, N. oct 31-wSw
MONTAGUE, late of \ .,,1ingri, City. serve onlyfor springs and snares."

proof was theretorefor iit,, ,and corrie, hat 1,M, ,,i, sanction fromthe dispassIionate exposi- their age minor honors can enervate their pily,..
e papers ol a's se sanctionrtedispassionateexos-
thepapers elo,.l Call. a'i poseior l ioof factsa iu. misrepresentations, as malevo- and moral energy.
and he was alleI upn to deliver, thm up: lent as they ari unfounded,have drawn from him.
he was told ti, it aiti.r would be sent w Ita' influenced by these a.rideal.iiaos, I think my- UNI I{VE SI'TY OF I'~fNN-. ,_V.LVANIA.
sole aione he stuld narite, and I' '.4 thie boxes. selfboud to aver, as well as warranted in so do- .E, Medical Lectures will, as u ual, commence o
that he niht hpCt t int r the presence of thi ing, that my personal observation confirms the the first Monday in ,,....
Governor, .,.... t,.. particular papers .spcrild. d..tth of all the material points embraced in the Ji)-IN .o...-I. COXE, M. D.
sur: ,.iAdercd. c'id V.a dautinctly nmade hk,.',. statementt above, and that, in the interpretation of hi ,. g -sept-t he Medical Factlty.
e.. -- a -. i e e t *o 1-sept11 !-w-\tdfi

., to Col. Cllava by me, and the Governor called the discussion, which took place on the night of
THE AFFAIR AT PENSACOLA. ipon Col. Callava's friends, among whom was the 22d August, before alluded to, a proper stress
1H& A AI AMr. Innerarity, and who were acquainted with was laid upon the substance of what was said by
JUDGE BRACKENRIDGE'S STATEMENT. both languages, to explain it well. I was occa- the pate respecively, attended, however by a
-- ionaily assisted by Mr. Rutledge, ind every pains suitalhl, disregard of tininiportant details, and of r
FROM THE LOUISIANA ADVERTISEa. Ws taken lhat this part of the subject should be the exac, import ol forcible expressions, the use '
Extract of a letter from Jidge Brackenridge clearly explained. His answers pi t ed that he of whivh "as, in all probability, dictated by mis-
Pnsau,ola, Sept. 30,1821. did understand it. He repeated what he had apprehension. .A, irLED .
DEAR SiR': I enclose you for publication an said before, that hlie could not deliver the papers, lA LE .
account of what took place at the office o the 'unless demanded ot him as Gommissioner, or Pensala, 30th ept. 1821.--
Gvernor when Callava ses brought before him. late Governor, that they could not be in his hands DETROIT.
l. intend to give at some other time a full detail as a private" individual, and that he would not
of this singular case. You may rest assured, that say whether they were in his possession or not, After recapitulating the principal occurrences
when all the circumstances of ii shall be known enforcing the same positions, with a variety of in the history ot Detroit, Mr. Schoolcraft, in his
there will be very little difference of opinion. If other reasons, and of which I interpreted as much Travels, lately published, gives the following no- t
Callava be an honorable map, his situation has as I could; among them, he said he could only tice of that place -
been most unfortunate ; for the circumstances be tried by a tribunal de rendencia, which at first These are some of the prominent civil and
completely justified the usipicion of every thing I did not exactly comprehend until explained by military events of which Detroit has been the
to the contrary, I was one of the last to think un- Mr. Innerarity, at my request, to mean a court thc-Ire, aid which, by elkiciting from time to
favorably of him. He had no p,..ible excuse for specially appointed to try governors of provinces, time the attention of the public, have conferred
not surrendering the papers taken from him ; &c. not amenable to the ordinary y tribunals. The upoit a elebri which th most populous ci-
they are clearly included in the treaty, and oth. Governor in the same manner enforced his de- ties, barren of hi orc incident, ever attain.
lers of the same character had been surrendered. mand of the papers by a variety of reasons ; he This notoriety it has partaken bf, in connexion.
He knew well that they were in his possession ; observed that they were such papers as were with the trrounding country, which continued
the envelope of a letter of mine, addressed to contemplated by the second article of the treaty, ;to be the rallying point of contending armies, and
him, was found in one of them, with a scrap in his which was read to him, that it was his duty to the scene.f Indian warfare and Indian barbarity,
own hand-writing, and I have-positive proof that see, foi the safety of the inhabitants, and the' pro- during two of the most important campaigns of
the papers relating to the estate of Vidal were tection of their i,ihts, that all papers relating to ti.. le war. It has thus'acquired an interest
demanded of him a month before, and he refused the property of inri- i-lu.l, should be left. bthe trOfn the sword, which neither the pen of the
to deliver them, except to a confidential person conversation, as i natural, was warm on both poet nor the pencil of the pointer have been em-
-they were obtained by his permission, and sides, ad I own that s-.me expressions were sot- played to excite.
shewn to me. There was something very mys- tened by me in the interpretation, and others, Itis gratifying, however, to '.hold, that Detroit
serious or very stupid on his part. tending only to i-i ilate and .provoke, omitted al- doe-. not acquire its principal charm froin ,- ij-
H. M. bRACKENRlIDGE. 'together. s. l circu nst.ntes, and lat 'lie lor:al beauty
These were principally the appeals of Col- of the site, the adtile district .if ciile.red Land
[The following is the statement referred to in Callaa to tlie b)-stjnders, which were frequent, by which it. s,ariou,.ded, and the d ijnta-es it
t htL 'hr-In lou d. enll irfltmnmaior,. And,on it- pai, ,,-f the ,,, |, p ,,|,
Ivetract:urt the puipo rs I comnneuc., -tie c.alcu-
I f~ l nAis lf elltrd upon L ie puli .. Governns c r, tiond d a g cixprtsion, between what he latedto arrest our o dniaiia,.m. and to ..r in.ie a
which hoie JIVt apla cd, t aieiirthe ch.,age nsdeed a cmbnaon between him .and hiL.h expectation of ,,s ,ule elInnlt;. ail.l inl-
Swhich ha% t appal d, nd icoieclithe chrp. oh-rs, to withdraw ihe evidences r ft he right o pot r,,e A'cuto,v xit,.ntion e I iht- n,.p of
betaeei uhe Governor- and Colt. Callava, oni t e pirp ,c ;y reqt, ifed ci ,r.idhM als-whilr It conb,- the Un ,ted tales till ndc.cat,. it, ,ti ,p..itarice ,a-.
eentntu .f the 22d of August last. I shull duo nbt eon, C ol Clvor .isl o pd the steward, to a ..lace no busin.,-s, and a i,,lit:.tryv di l-.,t. S,.
this by a Iplain narrative. t .c b ct e Cal. C ll;,a S ..jsaid the steward, Ful- tuated on the it eri chain of lak,.-, c.,niectl d, ,
When C. C:,llva eniterd ihe executive of- larat, but which seemed to excite some itdigna- they ae, at alniuot i,,,Umeabl| pint:.. ith i tl
fceohe e o f the he eaenite wao invited to as he said" Sousa is myinnesilc, myer- Wateis olthe li, sipti the Olhi, Ihe S. L aw
take a seat, which hli did at the table, and fiont- erant, heisatongin tlis rembsins.d him ofhe Govact once, the Hudson, apd the Red Riaer ,of the
ing the Govet-nor, while I se.ted umyselflat one ernor did, at one tinre, renihd him of.thbe fact North, it cooniu ictc t ilt the ocean at I.u ol
end of it. The Goveinor then requested rtc to y fVia had been, the most trknpohi aort poinrs.ir the whole cuntr,<,n.it.
say to Colonel C.lla, that he was brought be. by hi onn decret, ordered to be restored to the And when thec ,,iatual channels of communica-
fore him to ,ans.er iterrogatties touchirr c-, fi.e, from Ine. as he expressed it, 4 they tion shall be improved, so as to render them alike
tain paper. s which had been div.:ied at hi- lou-.ca beer, aeged to alluioe been stolen" As ta s ,an passage at llseasons of the year, thee ircretsinr
by Domingo !ou-;n, in b.cxe_, accot-i iing o the a a al on to Co.e Cl n, products of its commerce and agriculture will'
:onfession of Souisi and a lia, the pAp.r as rnct particularly called upon to interpret be ,.-- ri t- v ;tif, a choice of markets, at New-
re4d. I t..was fully and faithfully interpreted- t i, I Upplic'l its place by a milder term. Orleans, New York; or Montreal, an advantage
hi, in the presence f Mr. Rutie of Mr. erred here, it was not from improper motives ; derived from i. s nl:a, aipn~ior, on the'sunanit
uzat, he secretary of Col. Callava, bo the friends of Co. Callavamiht have translated level in which the mst considerable rivers, lakes,
whom understood the Spanish and English lan-he exac wrds if they oug proper andstreams, in America, ori.,,te. It is thus
guages el"l.' Col. Caava a. .h ,,. 'and,af- considered it at the time, an expression dictated destined to be to the regions of the northwest
ter lokngat h watch, said, tatn 10 bya high sense ofhe injustice said to have been what St. Louis is rapidly becoming in the south-
o'clock ; that ati that hou.rt lie had been violently done theheirs of Vidal in withholding the pa-. west-the seat of its commerce, the repository of
taken fiom his house; that he protested against pers, and as expressiveoftnis et, thatiCol. its wca'ht, and the grand focus of iis oral, po-
-1. *... .- ,. 1 g *^Collari.,, who had compelled the restoration ot
the proceeding; that he was a commissioner ot er papers to the offe out of litical, and physical energies.
Sai ws n -, as prvae ",,ilae very papers to the onfije out of which they
.Spain, and was not answerable as a private intdi- ad,t to all appearance, been clandestinely taken,
ordecla. ed thtl weobldhed Iat1- 10r (o vlers at some period between 1810 and 1817, should be Ta *TEN Ya E~" r ax. STAEL.
"or declared that he would h.a. ro p-test agai.t unwilling that they should be left in the country,
his audhoritv while snin in in 1 judicial capu. now the hy had come into his poession In The colossal fortunes of the great Russian no-
ty; that le could not know -him as a cun,- te cour ohat these remarks, the Governor re- biltty are cnplod in making collections of all
sioner; and then-gave inme the following questun), indeed Col. Callava of is having that ernr kinds, aand it, e-t.crprises of which the Arabian
which he had just w.rittc.., oi de ing me to pro- toeiv.erthe papers to Co. Butler, on Ni h. given models these, fortunes
pound it to (.of. t..L.., ..ji.d require his ,.answer pr.nmii-'1tondeiv.er the papers to Col. Butler, on
pound t to ol. LI nd require his answer : list b r. presented, and on finding them in the also fi l'1entl l't y tile unbriled passions
I. Werie, or were iii, tll. pi.,ct rnenioned i b-.xe s-l ci, Col. Callava exclaiined, I it is of their ,"u:' esn. \ii I arrived at Moscow,
schedule hnted to you by H. 31. Brcken idge,ls aning that he had never made any nothing was talked of but the sacrifices that wonre
aleide ot the city ol I-nl,, alies ei by Do- such promise; I am informed that some of the Iade on account a the a-. A yeng Count,
rningo brSua, at your house this dayeto Antoine suchtnders mis am informed that some of that de Momunoff, raised regiment for the tate, and
,a yuh ehday, t.Antoine 'by-standers mistook this .,,I l ,in a nditth at would only e- ,i it as a ala-hieuten-',rr;
Fullarat,your steat id ; if so. ti ht time r.f hlie some of the friends of Col. ( all a have il,tl .Col wouldtess Oloy f" i ble as ad wellieun thenan Asi-
d(lay Col. C allava repcted in ubstnce the f.,ult with me, for not translatin it hat i l.i con- Coutess Orloff' g ah ble and wealthy in the Asi-
sitne obwt-htiefs lhe h it lre.-.v nr,,ade, but ts civon- .
same objctioslihe hd alre.. Made, blut V 1 1.sidered tantamount to giving the Governor the ac style, gave "the, fourth of her mncomie. A
mome anlmth aind pr-olixlry of l'ngu..ae. Alter lie direct The expre.,iou wa.i applied to me was passing before *1.a. p.le-., e.utrun!led b)
some mie p.it in thias way, he saidthat hemust wit hat ju. let the reader judge ro gardens, where space was thrown away in a city
yield to compulsion, but would answer only inhi fo lowing tact. : Towards the close of the long as elsewhere in the middle of the country, I was
own language, with 1,i6 o ni hand, ad ml his own following fact: Towards the close of the lng told that the possessor f this superb residence
way. On this eoing g" ated lie began to writ- conversation which. had taken place, between hd given a thousand peasants to the state; and
wy. On writee Col. Butler and Dr. Bronaiigh, the same evening of that, to hundred. i had some difficulty in
but, after writing a few words, said that his eyes 1 ith 01il. Callava, at his own Ihose,, he, said, at
were weak, and preyed that his setcrca y night least such was my understanding, that, if a list accommodatin rnyscll to the expression,,giving
be permitted to wite .,r him, which was readily of the papers was furnished him by Col. Butler, mn; buL he peasants r.cn-en e, offered their
granted. He then proceeded to dictate to Mr. andthey should befoun in the boxes, he uould services with ardot, and hbeir lords were in this
Cruzat somethingin the shape of a protest, as a eler themt,aCo Butler afterwards stated war only their interpreters.
.rz .t s'mei detiver-'tlemeru, A o a usbasomoa.soutlersaterwardssstated
prelimiary,as understood, to his answering the to me, when I returned with the list, demand A soon as a Russian becomes a soldier, his
question.. 4,fter writing five or six liaes,it was of im as Commisonr It is possible that I beard is cut off, and from that moment he is free.
observed byH.glow, Esq. who happened to have been mistaken ad it is equally pos A desire was felt that all those who might have
be 't,.nuin near the. Governor, that he .as dic- sibe .e rray haveforgottenat that moment served in the militiashuld also be considered as
stating a protest. The Governor on this, with to added t free; but in thatcatie nationwould have been
ta d t e words. This is certain, that free; hut it roteation w ave bee
conideabl warmth, striking on the table, and every iner n was giveenrelyso, for it rose almost en masse. *
addresing himself to me, ad, ) do ou nt senc o persons who understood English, arid No civilized.nation has so much in common
tell him, sir, .that I will not permit him to pro- who ought to have corrected me hen I repeated with savages as lhb Russian people; and when
test?" and which was intended as a reprimand to those words to the Commissioners, When Col. their nobility possess energy, they participate
me for suh ieing Col.llava to p d in this Callava exclaimed that it wasfalse that such a also in the defect and good ualies of that un-
way, when lehdben repea iy told that'such ,n ha be md Ioa fe r e shackled nature. The expx ssion of Diderot has
way Wr he haould notbeen repeanittedly told th. Callava such rosee had been made, I forgave the harshess been greatly vaunted-The Russians are rotten
acouri.e would notbe ptnainttd Col. Callava of the woid, and simply said to the Governorthat beore tey are e. Iknow nothing morefalse:
then stopped, and his ecretry% left offt writing in he denied the truth of that promise, and, added
the middle otla word. I was now called upon to that it was possible I might have been mistaken, her vices, with some exceptions, are not those
put the interrogatoy, and to sa that none but a which drew fron him a expression of dispea ofcorruption, but of violence. The desires of a
irect anld positive. za as t u e i rec ret- si re ; in a strong tone voice, lie asked why, Russ,aid a 6ety Ifl)eo ai it rt, ,ouid blow
called upon Mr. Cruzat to.asSistnilein interp-et- then, sir, .was you not more cautious ?" words up a city: fury "and ati, tl.e -psession of
ing, feeling great anxiety that there should bL no vh .I p .oceded only fro te irritation of the m h y turns her, they ,. il, tu acconplisli any
nmisunderstaanding-but he declined. The ques- mo ent while h e was l resolution, good ,,r bati. I hr nature is not at
lion was repeated, i. these words Dii., or d.l almost inking With f- all changed by the tapid d.;tt which was
.-. deliver' aty house -g e, ords were very naturally misttaken
not, mi usa deliver at your house this b Col. Callava ad hi rie a spoke to given them by Peter i.; it la:I yet only formed
da. the pafis ati c,' rr.e.i oncri;nil, if ao, whereby Col. Calaa and h ens, as spoken to annes : hail for then, i l
amc tho*t papet aow?" ",i= qutsAiin wasffully ler h ,laDse of two ofthe oost ninrtl hns what we call brarib.ia, ia; iin oilter vo, d>, led h)
and clearly xplained to him. Much was said by of Inr) fe ha Governor rose f-m is seat, andor an instinct, fie-mit nlh genacaus, but always invo,
way of entorcing the questionon the one side, ca nd upnn me ds tat ose ta C. C a lobtary, which only admits of reflection in the
ando.the ob ,n to answering on the other. st de lsri o i. choice of the means, and not in the examine.
All of thi I did not think myself called upon to sq e e pate mls,e at de by the ra i of the end I say, happily for them, no,
explain ad, act, it was ot possible. There fids of Cl. Callava, who understood the that I wish to extol al t-I, but I designate
was considerable wai-inthaailut and there Snanshtoexsby this natne a telt p,'mati, n energy whcl
was requettl nrot .e.llu.t interval betac.n Snih explain to ihim. The same was several can alone replace in uation the concentrate
what was said to enable rme to convey mote.than tm rep eate, adto hi. mThe a ln e *te,.,4t of if erty. -.f ty ,
\i th.,,ht GeneralBai-clay de Tolly was a mi
argtoent, while miuch, i it, consisted of repei was sic nend and Cp iI hty- rlitlyrman of great reputltiori, yet, as he had me
tions. When at last ColonCallava fund that w 0 aaa, a eaer with reverses at the beagrr ta.< of the campaign
he would not Ire pet itatied to answer in the man- the general opinion desinatieu as his successor
ner he thoughtt proper, he declined answerlg The rete-ence more than once made to my a ge te al of great renown, Ptince Kutusow ; hi

The steward, ullat, was then called up, and ian the foregoing statement, whlilstitcll of the French nnto ftocow, but hegot to the ar
Col; Callava objected to his being examined, oi n the public, will, at the same time, I hope, serve my only six days before the great battle whicl
the ground that he was not of sufcient age. as a sufficient apology for me in so doing. Hay- took piace aln,,..t at the gates of that city, a
Some nimewas also-employed it th tlexamin- ing my self witnessed nearly every particular of Borqdino. I went to see him the day before
action; he an..,e, e..-, that the boxes spoken ofby the transactions of the evening of the 22d ult. his departure; hewas an old man of the mnos
Sousa had be, n deiveresi to him,.and were then during which L devoted particular attention'to the graceful manners, and lively physiognomy, al
in Col. Callai a's i, ri. verbal communication between his excellency the though he had lost an eyeby one ot his numerous
TheI Goveror, after the close of aull al's tes Governor and Col. Callava, besides affording an wounds he had received in the course of a fif;
timony, said, in a very deliberate and unpssive occasional respite to Mr. Brackenridge in the ar- years' service. On laokitg at h]ii,T was afraid tha
manner, 'ieat the papers had bean.seen in the duousand fatiguing duty of interpreter, which he had not sufficient si, possession of Sousa, '~tr S-us.. had acknowledg- had been specigly assigned him on that occa- rough yoing men whoa t ie pourncin,; upon Rus
ed that they were ir e ci ed to the steward, in the sion- should do violence to mv feelings, of high sia from all corners of Europope but the Russia
same boxes, anroe by il. decl.raio, those boxes ,I _tpt and sympathy for that gentleman, as well courtiers at Petersburg becomnie Tartars at thi
were proved to.be in L o. Lall .' lou." The a tinstice to the cause of truth. wr., I t with. army : and we have seen by .'.iar-.ait that nei






Electrical Eels.-The following ludicrous cir-
cumstance is given in a late Paris paper :
A gymnotus electricus, or electric eel, had ar-
rived, alive and in good health, from Surina.,.
The savans and naturalists were all in motiorn
and hastened to the garden of plants to see with
their own eyes, and touch sith their own hand,
this living eklcirical niaclhtine. The greater num-
ber were aii-flied vith a sminle touch, and conie-
quent shock, but one untiritnate Do,'ctr, either
urged by a greater zeal for science, or governed
by a more insatiable curiosi'y, resolved to try the
utmost extent of the animal's powers, and seized
it with both his hIands, but hd quickly reasajn to
repent his terini t), for he immediately (sli a rn-
pidly repeated series of the most violent and stc.-
cessively in-re..iig shocks, which forced him to
caper about in the most extraordinary manner,
and to utter the most piercing screams from the
agony that he klt. Hie ihen Ifell into cnnvuliuni,
in consequence 'Af w hizh. 1.i m bu cltrE-bc amend
-cumnractelTio0Tlrn sone strange property in thei
fish, it became imnpoEsible to detach the animal
from his grasp. In this situation he remained for
a considerable time, and would, in all probability,
have expired under the agony of hi- se nations, if
some one of the persons present had not sugges-
ted the plunging of his hands in water, when the
eel immediately dropped off. lie, (the Doctor,)
has been ever since most dangerously ill.

Prince George', .grieultural Society.
A Nadjourned Meeting of the Society will be held otm
ANthe first Monday in November, at Dunlap's Tavern,
at the Old Fields. By order,
oct 20-- 'W. A. PREUSS, Sec.
T E valuable farm on whicrs the subscriber resides,
called BENFIELD, situated within two and a half
miles of. Port Tobacco, curt,tuiin_,' 750 acres, equal ill
point of fertility to any Ifr,.t m u ., state.. Among' the
well known advantages of'this farm, besides its adtapta-
tion to all the mixed crops of this part of the state, isits
location immediately upon Port Tobacco creek, where
produce can with the utmost facility be shipped to any
of the i e.hL,,'i-r markets.
Also, fli '.. .... ,,,.. n...1,, .,1 1 ,'purchasers, will,at the
same tinmie, i,. -ii,' --*'..1 ,- *-.i 290 acres oe land 'I
joijninF, consisting principally of wood,
The terms of sale are: one-third of the purchase mao-
ney in cash, and the residue in two subsequent annual
payments. For farther particulars apply on the premi-
ses to ELifZAB13,Ti H. N'i.\A'.N.
;Charles co. Md. oct 27-2awt.f

llment in tne l, m ericat wasa iite uy tIe .Board,
with no other view than to promote the public in-
terest; they .are unacquainted,, even by name,
with the mwtneer' or that s esiel ; and, if-merchants
will practise tricks to obtain commercial advan-
tages, they' cannot help it.
As to the organization -of the Navy,' Depart-
ment, the Secretary is known and acknowledged
as its head. Nuthing is done without hi' coi-
tent ; but the details of the ministerial duties are
by law given to the Board ; these details embrace
equipment and supplies ; and after he has order-
ed the Board t- prepare a shili, and fit her for
sea,he waits until she is reported ready. -'The
benefits of this arrangement have not been expe--'
rienced merely in the convenience of the iDe-
partment, but its ad. antages to the public inter.
est have been far greater than the nation general-
ly is aware of. They consist in having relieved
t-h--Secretary of duties with which he must, from
the nature of his previous pursuits, be entirely
Ignorant, and placing them in-the hands of a
Board of officers, practically acquainted with all
the minutiae of naval equipment, the proper est,
quantity, quality, &c. of naval supplies, and, in a:
word, in having substituted, in the naval admini-
istration, knowledge for.ignorance, and econornm
for extravagance. From this judicious sytem-,-
like the wise system ofrespo ibility, of compe-
tition, and economy, so happily introduced 'by
the present Secretary, into the other branch of
the military service, the War-Department--tihe
benefits will every day become more apparent,
until they willbe fully appreciated and approved
by the people. d .

The popuil..aton irt Virginia, according to thie
recent census, amounted to 1,028,623 souls,-hav- ''
ing increased 54,001 since 1810.

TO :H i. I t ".a'.- .
..'ntlemen: I do not know whether it 4i not
l u,-i. thi t i dignity of the "rI'l. nsil Ineii encer
it, i r t.a.'res of any other evils than those of a
i-n.lii I nature-but having been cured of a
Corn of thirty years.of ag, I submiit it. .
r .J. M. .
Curs for Cor?,.-.1Ipply a rag dipped in
St..>;lltn,:ltl! Oe l .,

G'OVERNOR CASS. '"-"- '- --- -- ---------
Rn. -.n .- :LBI:n-nI r- .%, A
-As'an cager inquiry has been c itcil, 1. I ''C
recentt expedition through thIe roI tli-i estcai'l Ile- -
kions ofl the LUrn.-d Staies, rispeeing lthe c'lsti- D VU'[T DAY. NOVEMBE.R 3.
guished iridivrl uh.l ',l, con,'luci I it, the lri1 i
owing -oummdry, is i. i, it i.- bclieted, enti acs --
ihe' piiri cq l e1p..chs at which he a. pears, iu. thi" The Sa'cr'efar rf l 1/N,. ,"ya' returned t) tIle
history ot our county, may not prose unaccepta- seat ol'g'.vernment ol Thrum .day, from his v-iti
ale to )oi ii cidcrs' 10 N .. -.
He w.is birri at Exeier, (N I.).in 1783. Emi- N" ''-Y "
grated to the state of Ohio in the 151th year ofhis ,rd iaai.,t.rotitu.-\We are sorry to find
age'. Studied tlhe profession of law at '.Irietia i i .in t. i 'the
with Gov. Meigs, now ,Post-Master Geneal that o y th
the United States. He was B.igadier Generial New \ rk eri,inel, rcli'tve to the shipment of
at the age of 3 : and was first elected to .he Ohio stores in a mer chant Vs --el for the Americar,
legislature before the constitutional period, (25.) squadron pioccedingm to the P cifit. The Ser,-
Whi:-e a practising attorney, he drew utip, andi ,- till s a t k there is sjmthinr.
was inrstrumnenial in procuring the passage ofltle '
law under whirh ut our's expedition was arrested, wrong at born in the transaction;and stillin-,
At the commeicemetut of the late war, he was siut.'ites riisc.oilu.:t in a branch of the public
United States' Marshal for the district of Ohio. I service, where we h-he the best reasons to be-
He went out as'a volunteer Colonel in Hull's ar-', ieve approbation is justly due,. Hi-. iri; fuir-kih-
my-wasthefirst man who landed on the inva- ed all the information watlirn our reach :op the
sionof Canada, beini :At the head of his regimet; .. 1
and commanded in thefirt battle fought duri,-i transaction in l.:'ltiion we s hou .,b, excused
the war, namely, at the Hiviere, au.a Canards, from, any further notice of it.; but the Seiai,cl
where the enemy were dcfeatud a:ilftr rallying has eoipled tuith its intiima ii us oI anal.:o.-r-lduct itn
thrice, and, being driven lfrom a conmarniiiag thia mjiter, 'some milap Cheisi.jns on other
position which defended the passage of the points. which, nrIt doultint thi rectiile of hio.
bridge, fled towards M.1ld.ien. Gov. Cas:, en. ienio, [n its recent noice
camped upon the battle ground, and his sut ces intention, we reeo In its r n noice
had produced such a paic upon the Britisl of the -ubja cl, e find the l..,!lwing ren..rks:
troops arid miliua, that it ,s ack n .-i le getd Fort vew c,,a t rcifr n from,: n c-&rC.e repr ,,
M .I.ld.rn w uldh h.%e surve.,de- ld-- aTT "retos t r ,,, r to,, i n...t ,i'a -dr .-r,, a -.c I 1 .. i ... I 1, n-
he had beer allowed to proceed ; but General ,,]e,.a i r,- *',.1."
'H ull dire-ted lithertise. Ic is b. ,o li author '* IT ...-id app-,.r that a. .iav.' bcer,, c .- c ir .r.-ctioii.
rf H full's proclantalion, alttrb.it,(Id at the tlim e to) n. aa ken -li,r,a.ie ti... the .S .... r .ft'(e.;,,..
ihe lien ut M r. Mldis.-n- a pro. u.-tonr adm ira-.i. s ta, l- clhan a',...; a he I.-i lt .a-. i i-,, a.isto
t.k I't-" :.I ., t -- c.,nl : 1* 1 1 l ,r eriir.-l, i i-,i l.n],;cn ill
bly cahl. uli-td to aroius th i,-.i jauonal Iecii%%- toic ii ar, cr-- a e atr a la aI,.> 3,,ppori ,l.At
llie alii y and lie ,ouintt}. A lter H ull'., l..sida 0iii-, ,,: ,1 ,.. i, iI,? Scr'-.art, 't.i, id t ie hL i,,
lie w; s called tIo \ ashington ,o r epo r thIe uprer .I' 1iii ta. al a. c .-ri11 *,ai ,f i ,;,,.',es :. .. .'. i-,
ations of that campaign, an I there published tha l. i' 'a.--.e"
expose, which, it uiIl be ce,-olk tied, furnishl e '- ,a e -il-- ,ch...n b n t ain ath .m,.lit a nd
inch ca- i ii.m I b. eltr U- u. i h 6- 1'- t lihe ai'i ri t tiin t ae- I ra.
llhe rounds of Hull's arrest and c.nd ninati n n ,., a ,-l ,,,, -, irn m l, ind, o he .1 .. ot 'l.c
SHe v. as Brigadier Ge-e, al in the ic'av ar')y, Na. d-. lc ..\- p:r-, daure, aonn,:f -cteI vati, iltrn -
lich, under the conrim and cr- (Ce-. H-t isL ort on, t ma 1 la ia h '.iac, .- mi ,J urd d i,at tiITrem
Ai..i til our lost territ .'ry he N W \\' ir .- ie ., .. .. ... .. ,: ahe .a., oti.era s
_' -.i.1 i '' -. .' 1 / ), t,,gi r Ti' i u.r ti Lrni, I.a ni-ee ll,,rtl if u i l 1-% dr cltif
and, with the ltam rentedl Comn. Perry tolun:.crt d | c I ,.--,m at e al t. cn .ir, -'h indirectl-
as an aid to Gen. Harrison in i i it battle o !c Ira- ',,-. 'a,.--,... .i l be ir--aa a h.J e, 'In e a ..-/
vian Town, on the Thames. A a il iiC1ne alter- .t iti ,. iari,-er -railed to detiara.l -ie .l.is ace the -ad'irn-
wards, he concluded the treaty of S|r-'iptng rll '-' 1 -;, .l hi.t n1. : *.J1.,id a ,ge 1I' in nAg t ai .A .72,.
with the contielet ate Indi.i~s who had loughi un- ,'r .a I'' *...' ... o prized d anid c r..,-
ie t ,-'h i ,il,eCre- a -L i ic d.c l- i' l ll. i ri,. r im '. \- e h~i, a' aiu 1
der the banners of Tecunm, 1h- a iret) hch ac 1 ce, s -. 1 ir-i rta0es ri. d prs e.- u c lcla ,l csi.
"u Lt ai ir.. I. t) the r, .k ad pouer hic the; e i-
gave permanent peace to our etxten3use inea oii denmly a.- iio aind exer.':ise
Indiai frontier. At the close of this cam'i paign, [liut to reinrii te .,la-a.' ,.-1\' b.Ji-sie we are
he was left in' command at Detroit, and suun al- "'" ar-i tred an g, th .1 "p h[a- or. board a qsual-
terwards accepted the appointment of govcrno, it, a' o'r.aaiors, rr-e as uppl. i- r the E-rank-
te. .p..t.. o g. na. lai. 1 hii, reprien'IioA a 1 '- oUr ',. i.[true I, a -
of the Michigan territory, tendered to hinm by ill .' nor ,,Ita.r.. miir tha | :.a., .a'..- t-.\,t-,.. teno
Madison. In coni yexion with this officee, he 1exer L nios leil c .,I t n,. i.prr., na. b, "ia'.,3 i 5'iriadtb'itt .- an it
cises that of superintendent ofl ldi n aff.-rs -.-r h,- besi) mh ai Are the Cipt.,ins ,of ',or Nasi.ond
the N. W department of the Uitited State. In srai- tper-mitted il c, i rt- r iperclr.i % ts-e.-!, r, thc- p..
the -.ischarge of the duties of this office, during ahe -n t,:d nt isdoane ,ier tihe -,,., at ..,i Vo
the period of about seven years, he ha, cquieu ai- presentedtd to lae a stipuper;neernda, care, .itiat
an influence over the Indian tribes, which has ena. their knwledige- o. c .nsena ihf b.e, who is to blame,
bled thim to conclude severid important treaties, the Nay RBrd or, the Secre.'irv Who. is responsible?
by which considerable portion- of the territory ',f h.- CAs,, must be better expIlaimed, ur. .-, -,s n 'hi e c-
T Yr *.-ir a'a t,- hlae prapricily l ii pa.- .... a;,',n-.v'tit,-.u ii
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Michig .n, have b.ci the N.',, r Dopar. mris. t...
ceded to the United Slates. In 18.9, he project- n ithe rtpr. .seaimiion of the owners :.-Frl. ,.;r'Ame-
ed theexpedition to the northwest, which was exe- ric, lalt thlei proniutin on biasrd her ic fi-.r the
cuted under the sanction of Mr. Calhoun, the Fra .kli. i., h'.e-, hat can be th.irhti o "r ;d of ri,. ,.
following year. During the pi sent year, he has al officers abod're countena-.;r,,g iiisspect. ui -,:..-p
explnrcd,oi, his route to Chicago, the Niauncee, .oV"\V mut lie permitted to press i. hope.. 1a,.-1 .
W\ ab.sli, and Illinois rivers, a'tad effe,-ed tlie IIe Na's cirtimis-.inera see onur p.p-r of -' 2'urn, iiIp-
purchase of a very lAge and fertile trrctiof coun- ,ilI be I i,ore explicit thaiin ideyv have )et beie ;* ...I ,.%e
try, on the most advantageous terms. rely uptnm the id of the Inrcl'igencer, ( ho e:, i ..tan.
ie-irtd in ,r,'eapung an tha Isna, ton,) ,hit he %vsi I,,m
He is now aged about 48-.possesses a comrn- 'e the nqiry, until the aria ,erici-s o bf tlof tra, 'ia.
manding person, an unirpaircd constitution, i.all be u101t And completely ,let eloped."
decision of character,a facility in the transaction v e assure the Settinel, that if we could per-
of business, and a sUdvity of manners, which,
while they fit him for the activities of public life, ceive any mystery in the matter, we would readi-
endear him to the people over whom he presides. Iv assist in unravelliig it; but we can perceive
He married a daughter of Major General Philip none. The Navy Board furnisthid all thie oxplan-
Spencer,-ot the army of the Revolution. His ation it could give, and, uiih all dclreilev.e we
father was a captain in the same army, and fought Iea!ly think it was sufficient. If the Sentinel is
.at Bunker's Hill, Monfnouth, Germantown, and q with a f s, intpliatir thIe con-
Saratoga, and for his services in those battles,
was promoted to the rank of Major, in which ca- duct of the Commisrioneri, or any other public
pacity he subsequently served through the peri- agents, it ought, as a Iaitlirful Sentinel, to disclose
lous scenes of Wayne's war, and afterwards reti- them boldly ; but public oiwents ought not to be
red to the banks of the Muskingum, where he blamed f'r what tlLe,, cannot help. The ship-
still resies, ... .-

0 TRm r i. r i.ati.i. s pa" ;1rajteLd,'--tn iiiut riin tr i imperti-iihey.
e ec guilty of great indiscitci.:.ii and impropriety)'
O10 TillI; CITIZI !r ', I ill; i-Y)ii ID.A in publishing a most ii.decent lhbtI.1 mIist while jiu-
Tle terI prarar y or.:ia -',h iorn of the goi ernmuit I ,-;tcial pi ceedinr,:.s of' the liilest ni bun I in the
of thtse Province,, :'coLldiui to the act ot C i.- i 'l orlds. H: -l I consultedl mn pesonal feelings,
gress of the last session, and to the. powers con- having entertained a favorable opirnin of some
ferred on me by the President of the United oflthem, and enmity to none, I iliohld have been
States, I have the satisfaction to announce, is how disposed to have suffered the act tou sik into obh-
cr-nmtllee. If it possesses tirper fertiori, or de- livion. But the dignity and honor of th- gov.-
I, is, I tL reflecting man %% ill mal; 'due allow- ernment forbade that conduct so outrageous
ance, when he considers that its dui ation v 0ill be should pass unnoticed. I might appei1 t,'tli.j'.e
but short, and that itis the best, that circumrnstan- very persons, and ask, tr.it w,,uld be 'he coii-e-
c'.s uuld pi.rmi,i taking into view the dilff-,ulti-s 1 jenres ifa band of .American mii,.eii should iof.
I have had to encounter. Where the ritle oi l.I fre siich an inulht o tile 4ooiernimet r. a SIani.h
is certain, I have considered it ni) dty to lillow lprovinice But ihc inli h ta bii-n the Flourid is may
it '. i.:tl 1, blut t'hliL. ilii la; I not been the- ca'e, I i're-t assured, tiatn tlii-et mrn.i' be thlie in' pro-
h'te eil a 'lde.,r -.J t0 nike I|L. ,ei [,ror s i', i is n price oy or iriipiiilt.ri ce of so.,ie, it till have i.',
n power-, Ieielkcvlig that i, t'i tcirr. int ofl omTice eTffect uipofni m ll. ir,[-. to dnds the lrcth the it.-
kiodi' w -i ... liel) rLcen.-,,iy. It is omy sincere n,,cent \ 'ill nrt be ronfe.uri'ed ethI tIle c-j.ily,
hl.u.e th t it S. ,ubleC.:t ill ir .-t them earlie-t al- and ill wilI clnrinic to experience tic n.amne plo-
tcritor, il the ( .' '.:-. fI iI.ce Utnited siate section 1in. re.-'[,.t lor their rights whi h h:,.*.,
a,il l1i.,, ti.lj 1.hl .ni'-i ot'rthese provinces will be heretofore li.n '- -.tenried. prnt ided they d) ineai
relieved from :the state of uncertainty ard d ubl, i themselves ti il, tl,: piopn iley T hic.h bi.:iime l
[Il.i. at this moment must ticcessarily pri.- -iee) gool citizen and subject ;,and should any
vail of Therm, iindcr hlic i,lluen e or mnrincrrltary pas-
-Irithe organization of the present temporary sion or feeling be di%-.- iiefid t iilh the me aut- e 1I
-','.'.,n ,i,, and in its c ecuctiont, have kept h- ,e pursued, on a icit, r ol Lthcir solter litl/-
silily in view the securing to th'e ii' -r.iid 1 i net I feel confidcat tii.y c,ill be conmpi llfedl to
thle Floridas all the privileges. and immunitics approve.
guarantiod to thicm by the treaty. The p.ii.:ip Considerations of a personal nature, and the si-
of these, is the pr-tieciion of their pers-ns. pro- i',, ,ii,,rr ofrIrni) f.iiil, 1 11ii iie -in-I senc-e from,
pcri, ani] relitNior, tilll iIt sll.,ill be IiI .rt,,l''- li','-... piovniic-'l' hr a floort pei ii, I mnakt knot n
Ed ioto, theU Crilej, anl bi-cnrie einillej i i tl the in thie mean tim- i he gorriment otf East Flori-,
privileges aril ir ,mteiiiS of iti c Zeil l-'hr L rit- l- placed unde!.r tie cfiarge and direct n t \f W ..
ed St:'es. In petrorniig this i port:ani [:..- [ 1 ,1.t 'i (t.. D. northth tit.'n, E .:|. bteiieal y' for .1Ie s:,mne,
functions, I hj%'Cr- ',lea.Iredl tI iptiII e th.I -.iirI ,rand thl it \\1ei t c. i i n F idj under (_'i. George
our political tinstittioins. I h ,e iimaile ni... l.. i- \' ,ir.-,n, c ar .ri [thereof.
,inc.mif .,lih il persois- is ho,:e I'. b.itn II F. Li h,. ithEi gertlemen ate cluthte with .all
Tijuideid by no gua:rd-., no one has b.n .e [t a he pt tI nl the pun ~ a to tite g ern.rs uilder
dlisitante b i p la.i'e lorinaflic' :,lli h J,: hl.1 e I ,. li ~ .v., ,,,eit at Sp.'in, and '<,lject to
Sti e arlih uttnticL .atnd I.:iril i e', ly ear, whten sit-h iii., tucirt'jr i l th-y" r ta resc,-it ei re-
tle' c.luit el i nm aid tor the pi tcclt,-i. of their ceive from' the President of the UnlitI d States
lights. i'he American government, at the same through me. h' l,.y are charged fiii ully to pro-
time :lat it it the freest, i pi lips the str.)nor est tect and maint:r -ill the .l'izens and inhailliatim -,
ii, the world : .because, the most calth'y rndi ,f t' haif ioe .'er le-ci ipitit. iln the province-, in the
rai ist powerful in societyare as weak in opp,.sitior peac clul enijuvn-er .iA all tlicr ri.lhtsi, p[ ivile:Lc._.,
to it, a- thie m.mot humble and robcuic. It knows .-,,.1 inimtinitis, seccuted to iliem under the late
n.j dli-,inction 'ci\, ri'on al ex-governor .r i, a pact- a .- jityv wi,1 ', ai r and under the constitution of
3antL. In ti ;e crii'e r'I my short ad' inii sni;i lie Lini'.-'-.i e ;., fr as the s.ime is appli.: ble.
one c.se ha' uinfiijrurialeiv oe.ci.iri.l iii.: Ih it.c I have: iri-.ii iii ted tlien proniptiv to punish the
iiiired the. exei non if that auilhou \i tlch is no vi.:lI.:tor-s of the law, and torequire of all, that al-
re-.pect.-'r of persons. l lia; tlie iCe'.c.-_ii ..Auld h qiancc to the goicir imeni, ejiiined by rny pro-
ha% e cxL'-ed Ii:, occa.ioni "l me| r iih al eI:;rc-t: claiiiiation, i- iued on talirng p>,ssessimon of the
and a.spiciAJlI as it has been mirnis ld.-:rt.j.-d by counitv.
somrne u the iurmalbilanis of tlis fjitni.t, troin a .\tN RFW' I.t SO-j,,
.'aril r.fa 'i tfic ieni atcqu.i'.taincc- >i ili ti l:,iIc t ul I .-- .. i F4 s-
tlhe. ca-.e--%s ,ell j,, % li the ch i -acte- -And pr ,n Pi P "Sacl'rI', l. 65, f- f' l .
.t plew o our okel udetni. It was n luy under .: '- :
the treaty, ecx.-'ic,l.. ii e o.-.,,rrnicn it i, In- Flo- CHA&IL STON, ocT. 27,
ritia'. t.-. c'ire to the trii.iiA ii ll .:11 -.'1 c id-iI,'-e I r *
or ,t re to their hi.,brhi of irt-'. all .l pe c:net Pi*'. rnp!,i'r.-Wd.-WVe learn fro,a Captain
of the c.,'e -i. cene iil of. ri-in in itlihr.li'i. Cok-k, of the sloop Anni, arrived at this port yes-
documenms or arc-iie, .1t tI niiuic, frori o r, iterday,lJrom 1Matanzis, that -three. o the %illlinis
g ,tit e, p sslVy sent to .receive thf m, iri iz.:,za .li ; 1 t have latdey iiif':ItI. the noeigliht-,.-ho6d of
the necessity ef( i.Il-ince ron my part. It i,. r .n If i.- every vessel which fellin their
inari. known to me, by Lait factor" e lidh;r,:, e .. c
that there %s re c doc ui l.t .i, thi: ch rar- ter in i V a~, h ". ip .L". i e,4,'ed .it h ce by the
hands of-,.i iind!. rliAdl .:I e, and that these docu- municipal authorities, a' ,sihId by the Americans
merits Iv ecr ne.cce- r. t....-i.t:J.01ii the i lt l -.i ..o in .p t. Two of them had-'been exectited, and
perls ii this co,,,Jtm l'te ar:t a, .crttined, ioy. the other was inl prison, awaiting tle -seiteneid of
duty nt., e.ie:, .itd no :sit nan i e l.!t -.i .-- |the .W. t,,ec ofithe ni.,t.tuil.. v hen taken, v
ha. hi3 i n dL I d ,. ordered to surrender" tlie-"' i.l-ci ;i t ,e c ih, .s ,t il ti C pi. of C I e, if ti L
so that in puirs-ai n of the seord ar-tit :- lie -. r .. .
treaty,' ; -! o1 f y i-i'. ,r,.,,i- '.. i m ,... i .l I-- -( -
a i lv' i J l + I 'I' .' *. I T- ". l" :\r < -- '
lT .e i .li' iti l h, 1., ordered t, ,leitti l, rm, t. ; \') N. ,
instead ,1 obeyin ,s ,e C.iht tie c..-n,andl- o' The labors of this itno ,, i-shd a-embly will
the -c.ve.. n ,i u.,,lcr which he. vi as pr,-ie,:te, Jit is supposed, .come-to a conclusion this week.
and which could know no .'rei tinS, e-eplir. 'If all that %s l.inil lian. not been effected by
the Cungress or .President of the Ltnited Sbtae, t th s ,,.e ,lo.e mil todin eabofetd
,thenM, tl,-, V la% e -k.Ie nmtctli good in aboiihiig
shied them into the hands of. the per ,i I,, the ( uncils of Appointment ahd Revision, in di-
lately administered the government ef this pro- ',.., : and distributing the immense patronage
vince, and who-bad been authomricdl by the ,-p I that sate--in tatlf extending the right of.-
tain general of Cuba to surrender the countr'v, suffje, in sustaining the independence of the
agreeably to the sipuhtlivn of the treaty. judiciary, and in a-.Jnnil.-iiinl their constitution,

or om per no, ijtthcr ,ura, mh :-.pl, I-eln,of in ma good degree, tI. that uf the United btate .
or ,osp n-it .e I.T -i.1 c,- ,lI-., T cri i-'eli n t .[F ra-nklin Gaz.
of tthe iloi'it.lA ., arid ia peaiel entirely ,inr .n-.ible i '
to theiiinpr...pie)y ir)fn'It imne rna toad a id:li'.cr i As the price of grain in England, should the
of thi e d.-cu iceist /'o i f5'e, ancr,-rd. \luine ei ports be opened, must depentJ material} on the
dinlornrtic p.1. ilee t s hie min lt ha: ,s been en-ti .-I.upply f'iom tht north of Europe, the lt llo'& ing ar- ;
iled to, the-e pl iileT e s had c.-icdi u1,onI the sur.- tarle torin a German paper may be considered of
rende rf thi T, ci.untry, aid hi. tva- then not i nou .n i importance.
to me. or aic'o -rized, ,iing any other rights I SAXONY, AUG. 6.
thai thc.se of a common individual. It was not Whle the in.iabitarits of Norway are afflicted
enouighfor ,1,in tou r..nidei liirinsell a public agciit with a severe drought, which threatens to destroy
o1 the kingof Spain, and ret.ide here for the pur- all hopes of ha ves-t, we in Sx..nt are complain-
pose of transacting official business with the ingofthe continued wet rainy tseather, which
agents of the United States, but it was neces-iary hinders the corn already cut from drying, so that
that he should haiue rn je known the object and the grain in some instances already begins to
pui pose (it his sa} ; had he done ,I- he would d gsow. Similar complaints of t et weather.are
have been inlor med at uince by me, that my own made in other parts of Germany, anld further
funttions lasting ceased as commi-sioner, no one ni ilthvard up to St. Peiei sburg.
but the President of the United States had any r
power to gi'e him petrmisi-.ionto remain lfherc as -
a diplomatic 0a-t ,,j.,_th41utl p 'ri.cile ,f fo- Fnglhi Corn Law.-The quarter of wheat in-
rti- 'mhiniri The naituial con-equenciiof hI. Egland is eight Vinchei-,ter bu-shel, of 32 -
conduct are t-.o well known, and need not be de- i'art's each, without any relerence 1to tight-
tailed. \'Vith the exception of this soltarn in- The price is returned etery %tclk from the twelve
stance, I level the utnioti curnfidence in savir mar'inme districts to London, and thl opening of
that nothing h.is occurred, nottuhstantling tue the ports depcnds upon the average price, found-
iiumner-us c..ases in hlkich I have been called up. ed upon Ithese retunii, lor the c seeks, or the 6
otn o iner pooe my i .auih it), either in a iudtcii last at.-ir Car immiita. y- i,, Y ,-cc. i t -, c l 3th
or executive capacity, to occasion any thing lke February, I5thi May, 15th Au o. nnd Istit Nov. If
distrust, discontent, or want o cotifi.lent e, and I the pl ice is declared to be 8.-. per qua ter at ei-
cheerfully take this occasion to express my s:itis- other nf those periods, ihen the purts open for the
faction with the peaceful, ohedient, and orderly adnmissiont ol lo cian grain without restriction; but
conduct ob all thrse those allegiance has beer, 1f the price tei.ches only 67s. then the ports open
transferred to the Uinit ed S.tates by the cesion of for the admissitn of wheat in Brithh shtups from
the country. Itis true, a recent occurrence, cun- their oan colonies only, free of duty.
nected with the qne telerred to, has compelled [Richliuaii Mdv.
wie to take' mc.isures I conceived necessary or '
ithe character, dinit', and Iairmony, of the go- DIED
vernment i adrminster, anrd which at the same At his father's seat, in the cour,.. uf Mint1.-m, Va. in
time steie the mildest the tcircumastances would October st, as M so, Esq. In the e.h f
admit. I allude to the conduct of a number of ,
the Spanish oflic.-s remaining here after the ce-. ths amable' young man, society has lost an rn.,meut -.
sioe without my per mission, but tich would .He had received a liberal educetion, and had qualified.
Sn a 1. b Iit I hna-elf for the bar. In the bloom of msnih.,jod, he was
lon anly not have been wihheld from tlem uo. summoned before that awful tribunal where soon we
elong axs tiy demeaned themedles i rpe 'fully shallall have to appear. In death he gave an evidence
to the existing authorities, ahd rethansea from any
improper mterference wnh the measues government. This respect is duie from foreign viour, and died the death of the:righteous.
officers in all countries-their situation is mate- At Philadelphia, on Tuesday evening last, after short
really different from. that of other aliens, anf their illness, A BLEAtRGn SIDNEX COXE, Esq. son of Tench
conduct ought therefore to be more circumspect. Coe, Esq. aged o31 years.
In the United States those are severely punish- in Plymouth, (Mass.) Panler, a nef.ro i.,n, ag-3 ,bOout

ed who are guilty of writing in a libellous man. 78 years. He was one of the tor; t bae .olu,,er-.,
Rnel Lt iilihe proceedings in courts of justice ; for who, with Lieut. Col Barton, in 1777, captured General
v .h.tt ends to bring the judiciary into disrepute Prescott in his quarters in I.hude Is-l.d. Col. Barton,
shakes the public confidence in that part of the with his confidential Prince, c,m,, to thedour ot thegen-
uovserr.ment that is looked upon as the most sa- eral's chamber, which was la.t clo-sedi P. -e.-, with a
cred depos-i.-uy of individual rights. Hence, in leap, plunged his head against the door, knocked out
both these points of view, without noticing the the patinel, through ,hid. the cuoliel entered, surprised
singular conduct of the Spanish officers, acting as tie general in his L.,.., and brought hiurr and one of his
if they considered themselves a distinct and se- aids safe to :le riin.i.

La.38 5 3 j. L .0

Sunrise 49.90
SP.M. 62.0S.
Sunset 59.39
Mean of October 57.11
Highest, 6th 74.00
Lowest, 21st 30.00
"1 tc, iw)nlmel-r''i- RiPe 44.U0 0
Highest 30.33 18th, 19th,20thi, severe frosts..
Lowest 29.72 29th,
Barometer's Range, u0.51, equal about 'j60 fei,.

North; South 6; Ejat 0 ; West 2; N. W. 4; S.W. 9 ;
N. E. 13; S. E. 0; CAlin 30.
.'ler u, ; Cloui.h 7 It ii. ; Ind n S mraer 7.*

'1 ei -r.-i 1.1 -. ..i OctubetLci at t shin ltonu
i. lty, lo.u 3161
Do. 1821 57
Vera( Yr 14 years 7894
r;i., ..f ilexico "60.50
l' .-i I .. years 53.70
London, 8 do "52.81
Detroit, 1818 50.00
Chicago, 1820 46.93
Wooster, (Ohio,) 131Si-19,p 50,83
Marietta, do. '51.02
Zanesville, 1818-19-20 53.54
Chilicothe, do, 54.05
Cincinnati, do. 55.75
Delaware, (Ohio,) 1820,. :'- 47.38

I .tv e, A :.I --: ..33

To 'Cl u-., (.AI 1 20 64.99
Natchez, 1819-20 /- ':l
ew-Oi l Ieans l ,..1 I..> .
M ,i i d ,:, ill i C ..:1... i i 70.91
Augtista, (Gei'.) .. :68.16
', n..-,, 1i '1 65.96 -
l,,i ,... 1 1'-18-I9 51.89
N' l'ur0,- ..- Ii. N i. 1818 51.52
Jamesville, N.Y. 1820 45.09
On the 10th Oct. an-.i ,t Qm, -bic. "
18th \ h.ite l.mmi...,rr. of N. Hampshire
covered with snow.
20th Snow, seven inches, at Hallowell,
15th S.rpi. I' inc f .i t MNI.-.';- ith, rle.i W inni-
pi',seoi ec Lake, N. l-,rl Ir-.
*IMrDIA Se tI lit i ,il 'am,, d r ille it- ,-fE 'rather in
the autumnal nmriili--nr-more -itr.rt.i' riirkel in the
western -iii.0- : -niml h. tIle i. ': 'I'.-. r-i.. m.eneral-
1\, than ii the A,\ti.1nu -i. -, A.- cxE, iic- fires in
woodi ra-el) happen liilmimmii. 11.c1 d wki -ki, of the
air c-in It c- cur cd i. ) i '. P- .f- ii', Emt 'I ,a win to
a slow i..hil,,rtif.-il. % 4itlUin i l0n.-,. i.,'.i.u,_gng Jecompo-
',- 1,i -. thii.- l l'.n le", n. .I .l .,.,h,:-r t c m-. in', stances.
i, 0- ',mimr.'ir Jii, wli .- l'r ,:nr cold t..-mi ,. .

li.ll:. l OF DEA1 HS
In the City of Wash inigton during the month of
Ocither, 1821.
Fever U Do. (colored) 1
Do. (nin rin-lent) 11 Thush 1
lDo. (C.i.q. ,1m 2 ) t'L'.i'i i I 1
B lious fever 37 i ..i-,
Do. (non-residemt) 1 -!i'im;..n 1
Convulsions 3 tim, r...i i! lever 1
IDo. (colored) 3 Still born' 1
Consumption Dropsv of the brain 1
L .]mO.."- t,,|..|.-J'I 3 o ,t .c'" 3 m 'm 1
( I.1.I 2 f~ntPm merance 1
. m ,, r : 1 -. .lnl, 1
I ..... .. 'F" "--- I
IuIternitleitt fever --
SAdults 40
Children 44
.. -" I -HEIyny HLTNTT, H'ealth Officer. .
o0:c The mortality last tm.rih chiefly prevailed among
the ip-rm- .mmm1 ;.ii~ .i.Lu, (of whom, fiom the great number
of laborers employed in this city, the proportion is very
great,) when proper nourishment and attendance could
not be procured. In-many instances no pi- i.-... was
employed, in others too late to afford relief H. H.
November 2.

On the Genuine Prioeipil-,0 ad Ohject of P hilo-
,* s;+plti,.*al R;-ar'h."
A DISAPPOINI MIL NI., in ..crji'VL \, ;tl. respect
to the room, Mr. B ,.hi'h.'. iret Lctur h .1 bedpost-'
poned to FeinAr E EVII,,- nx- K:t at -c-n ,o'. k;,when
it ,;ilI t[.c gi, in the Ball Room, at Mr. C twrosou's, is
C,iin', row N : aidl Lli %.;%i'r .1. h. e contin :''.1 every
MoNDAr and I'anpiav eci i g. Gc,liemi.n uil be ad-
mitted.to this. L.-ctire gratutious), anid l.,i;es re most
respectfully invite to attend.
nov 3-.

TrIHIS evening, at early candle light, will be sold at
Auction, at the %areihuse oif C. Wright,
S" eKn,es, and Fr.rks, of tlde first qu.aiv,
A la.,' :,4-ortmient if .lI.i-au %ara,
S P.itte, Hr .-. .. IA lii Andle ;ck,
Pzn and Pock-'.*i Kv,' ;rid rine Ruzors,
S'ngl l, aid inuljc h irr. II (,Lun,
Shot telil, and Po lier H'laik%,
Burornmeieri, indl 1 h ir.Tnhiiit.;.,
Cloths, Ca.-sa, ei, e and ShiiriiiL,;s,
I\ t -L i variet) ot Fancy ArtiClc.,, &c..&c.
CGporgetv... Nov. .3-
(i\FtN I lK X.\LI.,
FOR sale, fourteen pair of id Nl-i, Iigltinl Oxen,
from four to six yyear-i l., ici1 broukc-, and can,
plough as fast as any New Enlld toid, xt i. ,r do any
l ,r ...k suitable fotbr O,-n to do.
Terms of sale, ninety days credit, the purchaser giv-
ing notes on interest with good -ecurit).
Any gentleman who wishes it purchase must call,
within a few days, on the subscriber,-:near the Court-
House in Montgomery otur.t, Mt.Il.
IN CHANCERY---October 6th, 1821..
Prince Oeorge's County Court..
William Elson Peach and others, for the ale of the real
estate of Richard Peach, deceased, under his will.
(" RDERED thattie sale reported h% Samuel P.Kach,
Trustee for the sale of the real esate nl lhi l,.,r.I
Peach, be ratified and crii fmed on the fir-It ,a oat ., inu
air) iet, provided no cause be ihe% n to the ci.nir.,y on
or het-l'.ie tI..t day, and thi, or.ler be pLilil1,.. in the
National Intelligencer sixe ieeks succe.ivel) prLEO.us.
ly thereto.
The Trustee reports the proceeds of sale to be 5 7975
87T cents.
nov 3-w6w

TIIHE subscriber wishes to raise Z1200, for which pur-
I pose he offers to lease or sell his mill property, in
which he will give a bargain, if soon applied to. If the
property is not disposed of before, it will be set up at
public auction, at Fairfax Court House, on the 19th day
of November next, it being court day.,
Also, at the same time and place, will be offered, on
the same terms, a Distillery, very convenient to the mill.
It is deemed that a description of Ihe pi ,pcrt is unne-
cessary, as any person wishing to uirt ,i w;ll view the
premises prior to the day of sale,
N. B. If the property should be disposed of before the
day appointed for the sale, there will be immedi te no-
tice given in this paper. A. F.
oct 27-eo4t .. ;

1 ORTIV O"t ATTENTJON ,' -''.;l, ,,'-" .
ITIf.L b.- ot' icd at public saie, on the premiess, at "" L"* i... "
I? I1 '0:.ec- k A. m. on S-iiluila Ihe .-1 ofNovembrrbF -. ,- Aec. ,r.
next, very valuable property, fronting- -. the t Market FE DiA Ib LATER FROM LIVE1-.RPOOL
Space, in Georgetown, divided into a rnmber of build-
ing lots, a maip,,f which ma be sr On at the suetiorn, NEW-YORK, OCT. 31.
room of V-. W. Cci,:..raii Co. cornet- c Ir,,:le nd The shi D Orion, capt. Davis, which was left a
Congress streets. It is worthy of attention, having be- c a s a .n D w e a
come the best situation in town for business of every Liverpool, to sail in 3 or 4 da)a alter the Hercu

description, and every liberal credit will be given for 1
the purchase money, on b zing it lt..-:.t.I secured.
S.uML. rI'uliNL,.,Jr.
W. W. COlICOIAN & Co; auct'rs. |
Georgetown, oct 9-
Tf O-M O! RO i' iijr ltay) Li enmin, ..l inst. commen-
J cing ai earlh c al.'e light, I shall hIold a public :sale
for the purpose -if clIn.mny ssle-i ol setrral cunoi>nment,
particuladi an idm instratii,.n account vi -,iiraity ofi
,':B' rrn, App-,rel, if-r ,-ither -ex
(larie i ,p rie.. sliri., .'.
l tii.,e .i..ij l..rk-., I'e., T a)s
fr.r C.o.ls, '.nro',, lin.J-
g mir-ie S.-.t ind .-tt it lon
Q u2'i.'.i ;, u.l.' a .c. tc.
nov 2- M. POOt, aue.

A CHOICE collection of Engravings, in rich gilt
frames, may be vieweJ for a "\- da) at the -uh,cri-
ber's ..uction Rooms, previous to heir being offcrdo at
public or private sale, that those desirous of possesiirt
some of the liri,:-t specimens of the arts may have an
opportunity of determining their value. The following
are the subjects, viz:
1st. The Saviour; a -.pleri.h er,.ra .i,g, de-criptive of
'th eieiii re. i.le,' ir, o d 1 ticat. \t\ .: .L, il.
2A. n-irrIel and Elh; S.mnuel deel.iirig to Eli the
i,.-igr eri., L c.' ... '
'i. Heicbe a etr. beautii ull picture.
itlh. Re'mb' -, in the charicer of 'Coriolanus.
5th. P.ioramc ,e et ,a Prmto- Hr-re liiacirn, ,heing
correct represent oin i..t the most lamouis race etr per-
formed, ,.hin -"j I-.rr.s started i.r tie pur e.
mih. 71h, 8th. Subjects from Smaklipewre, Richard If.
and Harry;VIII. 1 I
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th. Crossing the Brbok, the Thatch-
er, Venus, Luna. .
With l.'i severall tin L. -irape pieces.
Due nice "il L',e rt-n of the time and mainser in
which t l-.e vil be rn -i- edI ol. .
oct 27- Auc. and Corn. Mer., Penn. avenue.
N01 ItlE
1iJIHE sale by auction of the superb Engravings adver-
tised above' wilI take pl.aci at ir.y Auction Rooms,
P.:-rn slv ..i' a',etue, on \1.edneiday nest. tre 7th ins'
at 4 f.'cl',-I: in1 n: afterninn. fhe nailiTir'er, the tih
arts II then I an opportunity oft .-bii.ning a'nmr. ,m
'lie m.,t beaujfidl engravings ever offered for sale in the
District. M. P. auc.
nov 3-- "
I.r,,..l.,, ;#-h/ii, ',. T"i;, a ind Butlli.t-
.1 pipe, -u-'l'i..r: intl Iliandy
+" 3 3.,11 1,1':. \ ,:-.key .1 .. '
60 do Tar
20 hampers Jottles
landing from sloopFanny, and for sale, by
": Georgetown, nov 3-3t G.
I a irin.'it'. t,, iue LaidJir .ul/-.
S Will sell, at public sale,on the premises, on Thursday
the 6lh o t) Decrtber nmxt, that valuable estatekaown
as Stump Neck," situoefi! in Charles county, Md on
the Potomac, 25 miles be. 'v sWashington, cont-mining
1,200 acres, one h.mti thickly covered with tobtber .snd
wood, 300 acres extre-Yi r-. file, beside a firm marsh
of 100, over which cattle graze at all seasons, can be'n-
closed by. a fence of two' hundred yards. The marsh can
li, t. -.1 made fit for Iriai. -i, the re bre;I i,.' b' : orr
current water. l rI in-. i two iirst i.[ lel-
ci in i .i;-,'- i- r. ', I- {' :i,.' ih t. ,''c ', .' e-
tO1 I1 1c i. cl ,' It -. .h -i .,ii i t r in. it ,- inT c m't,n .
t l,. ,ii t.il;B .,,- ) .'; -r.v ,,;.id ,:-.. T hle .r ." ir! .'.,d. :j r
r,,n he lu n.fi-rlr '. jl', tilr re r test ,fciirtv. I'.* a
i'-ri 1ii] d ire' llr o t. ot m.FL'. .,' g ii mrc wood business mrar\
all.tiia lL., re pr- : r.' te I. .1 e i-Ij t iil r 1-Ti -re a
ri l.,ll ,1 ielI .i .,in rc t i.all wo p i ,' r. r, r. new to,
.a Tr., it.-c,, gr,'ii. I, -.c. i'e ,.i'- wishing t6 view it
itIll !I ; ,, haie n ,ppiiirint,, -o the steam boats daily
p ss within 100 yards.' Mr. Speake, oni the premises,
will bew' the property. Terms ane half cash, balance
in three years. :- GE(O. MASON.
Guiston, Fairfax co. Va. nov 3--w4t

P PASET informs his friends and the public that,
he has just received a most splendid assortment of
P,,. r-H-n': giS, "
'mostly Saltins, ,th icerict b,.rdtl-r, all ,' the most fash.
ionable patterns.
He is about i r-'-iec fiom Pri.,. b,% the ship Seine,
'r i[i -icc- of P ,i.:. by whial, I on a,=-ortment will be
complete, and hr.:; hi till dipoise :o at the most, mo
d.i .te ermis.
nov 3--3t

11rTISHES to be employed in a private family, who is
*-' qualified to teach English G iammr, Arithmetic,
Geography, with the usye of the CrlobesanJ Maps, Histo-
ry, Belles Lettres, Music and Drawing. Satisfactory tes-
timony of ability and character can-be given. 'A letter
(post paid,) directed to.X, Y, Z, PowhatanCourt Ho,;-"
Va. will b- ,mrnediatel attended to.
oct 3! NI2)t "

W^rAS committedto the gaol of this county, on the
V 12th inst. as a runaway, a negro man, who cdill
himself JOSEPH. GARNER, aged about 40 years, 6 fee:
high, has a sir between his eye-brows, and says he is thie
property of .ohin Hrnmeldc.rl, ,nl Vir gri,,. The owner is
requested to come foirwaid, prive sAid negro, pay char,
ges, and release him from jail; otherwise he will be re-
leased agreeably to law.

nov 3-w8w

WM. IM BlALL. Jr. Sit
of' Fredctmck count, Md.

W AS committed to the 'gai lof this county, on the
V 24th inst. as a runaway, a negro man, who calls
himself JOHN LEE, aged abou 23 years, 5 feet 9 inches
high, has a scar under his left eye and one on his 'right
cheek; has a great variety of clothing, and says he be-
longs to a Mr. Smith, of Alexandria, Va. The owner is
requested to come forward without delay, prove said
negro, pay charges, and release him from jail; otherwise
he will be released agreeably to law.
WM. M. BEALL, Jr. Shff
"nov 3-w8w of Frederick county, Md.
/ ... NOTICE.
W A A coimil!td ... rlie g.0ol of Frederick county,
V td. on ile hith ilist. :, na rinm-u a muluitto wo-
man, tsho calls tir.-elt LINN N'.OIl.'.IAN, ge.A about
23 years, 5 feet 2 inches high. Had on when committed a
striped calico frock, pair of new shoes, and sundry other
clothing; states that she was formerly the property of
lawyer Mason, of Alexandria, D. C. The owner is re-
quested to come forward without delay, prove said wo-
man, pay charges, and release her from gaol otherwise
she will be released agreeably to law.
WM. M. BEALL, Jr. Shff
nov 3-w8w of Frederick county, Md.

'iHIS is to give notice, that the subscriber hath ob-s
I trained from the Orphans' Court of Prince-George's
County, in Maryland, letters of administration on the
personal estate of John B. Bowie, late of said county,
All persons having claims against the said deceased
are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouch-
ers thereof, to Mr. Enoch M. Burgess, of Upper Marlbo-
rough, at or before the first day of May next; they may
otherwise, by law, be excluded from all benefit of the
said estate.
Given under my hand this 9th day of October, 1821.
nov 3-w6l# adm'x of John B. Bowie.

les, is below. '
IlalJ past one.-Our boat has just come up
from the Orion. She left Liverp ool:in theafir
noon of the 2 st September, and has brought no
newspapers. The captain informs, that although
it rainti several days after the Hercules left Li-
verpool, yet the crops were ,not as much iiijured
es was at first appichnrded, .Markets not mate-
rially changed .ince last adices.

Office of the Soutl.,ri Patriot,
Oct. 27, 12 o'clock.
By the British Lrig Neptune, Capt. King, ar-
rived at thisaport yesterday, in 23 days from Ja-
maica, we have received papers from thence to
the 2d inst. inclusive. We copy the lfhlowing
important intelligence from the King-tura Cou-
rar.t of the 2d October:-
By the schr. John, we have received ac-
cournts'of tht city of Carthagena having .capitu-
lated on the 23th ult. to the Indeper(nd'nits. On
the 26rth, Col. Miguel Martinez, Ald-de-,.'amp to
Gen. lontilla, arived e.t'prevm at Savanils, Irnom
rorbaco, with the above intelligence, anJ 'with.
an order for all vsel i in Savanilla'to discharge
their cargoes and proceed to Carthagena to talKe
the Go% ernor (Gen. Torres) and the garrison of
that fortress to Cuba. The. schr. Bristol, H11all,
and sloop Greyhound, Hehnderson, were both
taken possession of in consequence, and ari offi-
cer and fifteen soldiers put on board each, with
directions to call off Santa Martha. When off
that port, they fell in ilIth his Majesty's brig Nau-
tilus, Capt. Chapman, who sent the soldiers on
*Ahore, and ordered the vessel to return to Saran-
illa, and take in their cargoes uhicn were ready,
after which, thev u-rC to- bail for tili, port, On
their going back to Si~anilla, they w.,e s'.ized
and snt a'ta), under protection ofttto gui-boats,
for Bocca Chica, Irom wheFnce it wis erspected
they w,,,'.i take tthe Spanish troops on board, and
depart immediately I',. St. J.go de Cuba.
The schr. Prtsyhire, Ferres, waI relanding
her cargo at Savanilla, and would be obliged :to
go to Carthagena, to take in troops for Cuba.
We learo that Gen. 'Moatilla, previous to the
capitulticn of ('arthagena, had bombarded that
city, from thie Popa, and had occasioned much
injury to it from the fire of six long guns and
two mortars."

The 'litors of The W\Vdhington Gzette learn
lbv a letter, dated from La Guayra, October 8,
that offiLIal advice had been tranmnitted from
the Yire Piesident of Cundinarmarca, (or N.
Gi anaila,) to the Vict President of Venezuela,
that Loird Cothrant.'i squadron had entered the
po-t of Callao, in consequence of the capture of
Lima, &c. by general San Martin. The gentle-
man adds
SAn 'exp'dition of all the English troops.in
Cariacas, sayo30o,.and 200 Creoles, embarked on
board of twove'ssels ofwar, and three transports,
'on the 5thinst. and sailed the amenc das from this
port, their de.tirati: n unk'.own ;' -biut I conjee-
ture tlitv are b-,,nd to Panama, via St. Majitha,
w-here they will receiVe a reinl'rcem t t ul 1500.
or 2,,0 i men, and perhaps v.ii, be commanded
by General .-li- nr, in person, as :by last ac
counts he was on his nmrch for that Vlace ; I
have rcason also to believe, that's force from
Gfu.,v, q u!il,commanded by coloriel DiFeg', Ybarra,
will co-opernte in the capture fall of which I consider certain in all. this'
month." .

NOTICE is hereby given, to the members of Lodge
No.1.thata stated meeting will be held on Mi.l y
next. Punctual attendance is expected. The (-f:,'.d
I i,, ir c t;,.ti oii Tu,.i..'. foll'w.'ing, i t i;l he neces "
.) n jke Tl irr g.nl It. to metEI tlr. l on thr ,t
ds. Ii o ier uf.ohi i'rari., W i .l :
ANDREW rATE. Ircret:.i .
nov 1--eot .

"rFHE subscriber offers for sale on the ,n..,t 1.ii.erLi
TL terms,and much below its actual value, e f.I.llow.
ing described property, in the city of Washit... ',d a
Farm,.bordering immediately on the cit. liiI-, i-,j aj-a.
cent to a portion of the city lots, viz: ,
Lots in .squares 501, 594, 496, 414,.555, 593,595, 616.
6.53, and 673, most of w:icli lie on the south side of the
Tiber. They will be sold a very great bargain to a cash
purchaser, if taken altogether. The best titles, will be
given. A

A valuableand most desirable farm, in every raipect,
in the viin it, of one of the bestjarkets inr the U'nited'
States, immediately bordering on the city, and within
fifteen minutes walk of the Capitol and City ihall, c.jn-
taining 160 acres of land, nearly one half of which is in
excellent wood, the remainder in the highest state otp
cultivation, under the best enclosures, anrd producing'
thi- m.i-. lux.i.rirmt cro..s of upland timothy On ir, a aso, '
are '-en.Il sp. iT.g r.' water, a well, anud an orchard uof
more than 500QO choice fruit trees in till bearing. 'I here.
.re, likewise, on the farm thrie m..'.t beautiful sit f or .
building, on high s commanding a full vie, of the iad-
jaceht country and of the city. .
With the farm will also be sold 4 6,000 square feet o'
ground adjacent to it, under good enclosures,. and in a
high stateof cultivation. This property should belong
to the purchaser of the farm, and will not be sold sepa-
rate from it. .
The whole property will be sold agreeably to the
times, and much below its real value. A liberal creJit
will be given for the balance, if one third ofthe purchase
be made in hand, but on a cash payment for the whole of
the property the greatest bargain may be had.
For further information those disposed to purchase will
please apply to the subscriber. Applications by letter
must be post paid to insure attention.
nov 3-1m Auct. & Corn. Merchant.
The Baltimore Morning Chronicle, Philadalphia Ga-
zette, .Relf's,) and Boston Daily Advertiser, will please
insert this advertisement each four times, and forward
their bills through their agents in this city to the subscri-
ber for payment. M. P.

---, quakes awln volcanoes, and that it shou'il Ia-'e se-
COMMU_ ,' CAT ION. cured civilized natir.rs Iromn iupti':.iis oh barba-1
S. rians, fi-cm a lIll lltc ietliat o[ the R-t.ni:mr itmrilirc-
lho could' have thought il'i- tlhe di-. ,:o c'ie,
TO THE EDITORtS. of the properties of -the. ninet should create
C :,..,,: : As I have read, since my last such revolutions in the stat, .:.i natmrrs, by direc-
u-..... .- plan of Mr. Tackle's foria Nationarl ting monstrous vessels- across boundless oceans
n-, i i....; ?~'uiI., I shall be obliged by your to unknown worlds ? Who could: have-imagined
publication of my last number, after the follow- that steam coruld,like an iri'i d ble p.\ern pro-
,g contrast f o pel ships against wind and tide, and keep in mo-
.rFafXTFr.s P'Lis.X HONO'Srr.AN. tion the niost labor-saving machinery ? Who
A ial nation of The National Crrency could have .nmicj,,dare- the wonderful influenceof
the real estate to be made to be' convertible into go- tiny types,..which impart information with almost
:as the foui.d-ltion c vernoment stocks the velocity of light, electric ully .o..eiahi.- upon
-Natiotal Curr'encv. Government stocks are moral feelings ? Vio ct.r.l I c .i Col. .,i' .d th t
h r-,valufu- always valuaable, and are
.. i bi. t'o a great de- convertible into an' pro- a little sisand, by the introduction of paper mo-
S pri-ty, asthere must benu- ney,fouinded orn iiiety, and .:rlt, i.ud inju-try,
.,.c.-.r., ; 1..I oxious .merots: purchasers when should triumipih ,cr e A l.ni. .ml b- e i Ui-' .t ii%
tii n--... iilithI... there .:-..i .: ... of num bers; that it at. hI..ld b cruabb:i .ubiL -
,' 1 -it, i -. linses of ci- .:.,:,- F n -I- I'e disc potentates, aoi.- th t it si -.l.Jd p1' i. thit
.,'.:,-- i the ir fhlu rc i- i -k prove t s. ivitwhole world 'i th te phodut ,.i I nta- li i, id
r..i., ; ,, i .. i :'.. h:L it should -ec.nti ie ri.her i.Iy Io i '1i prt-
.i i t.- 1.I1 i. .i i. I *-** cious m etals ndrijby introducing.a -uiit uic -
I tr,,.i. ,. .11 cause a gra- The ancients were adverse to money, because
I 'im'a.,, to the great .they mistakenly thought it caused corruption,
injury of all. tit if wVe will consult history, it will be fouiod

ON NATIONAL 'CURRENCY. that money promoted the arts and sciences and
To all those ho diferfrom Bonio on Currency. softened manners. In the time of Augustus, Ci-
..o. 15.--(Ari LAST' Otis s. s.) cero was cottscious ot this when he said, .craven-
Homo has not .iven an opinion whether the cldut est ne consurmpto srario repentiia calami-
Homo has no given an opinion whether .the ate respublica deseratur." L, It it beware lest,
national circulating medium ought- to be conver- by thexhaustoil ofmoeyour republic be over
tible inlip -, .-;.i.i ,tl,t' :,i,. l., at 4, 41, or 5 per w helmed by x some o, ile., c ., pii c be. over
c ini. T ii- p .1,, Iw..,'., be,.'_t nrr, ., i. II'. col- Let s com pare Li, leehrc,-., ,,4 the ..a .i vi li)
aleced wisdonl of Congress. The British 3 per s n aare wthoutdisci'itation, m lass,
cents. are at 76, and 'ive a little less that 4 per is th Foes o, without sof erudition, nwho, ith
remit. i Let h i e those of t he nan of erudition, w ho, With
rent. T l hes be -, d n-m, r, othci .-rtir .-, because taste, admires tiLe df'.ii ert f n.i c...Ail s, groups,
Scanonlyberedeemedatl I. he 5 .r cents. shades, or as .. l i,t i ishs eachby
u:e at 110. If, ti r.. our national u- its leaves, flowers, and -ed.; or as a ci mi. -
] ting medium were convertible at 6 per cent.to- analyses the qualities ul' ach; .1 as a pil.:.s.-
reigi merchant night sell their'goods for notes,| pher considers their uses: Surely the former
and convert them into 6 per cent stock,.and take ewer sensations than the latter,
oetn to Europe for sale; it is therefore import- a.nd if happiness be properly defined a multiplici-
.r-t that interest be low. Government at n ,U t ty of agreeable consciousness, the latter mustbe
ts,.,r, B. rt, millons of government and United more happy. If it be tyuly said that t to be idle
States lBark Stock, are how held abroad ; by the o and if, according to Archdea-
m interest of which ve becometr ib yis to 'oe vicious," and if, according to Arcladea-
nal interest of wch e ecoe tribtar, coPal ey, felicity be produced by useful occu-
i...c principal also must sooner or later e it must be theiclinationasit is the duty,
paid. Were our 6 per cr ost tk ,t sf i to, 10, of our representatives, to render men less crimi-
r- by nr od t : l in n al by su applying tl,. nieli n, iiit i yl.e.- t, and
ii. Aier n.,", hi tr. i ,01 .tck n a. tile same time more prosperous. The agri-
S..Ct.u I hi" t oi, r t products to be exported, culturist, the manufacturer, and the merchant,

'1 n, i l ed pr 3[,, i '., to. n'r,. iton, ti atu..nox p I c in general, liberal, fraternal, charitable dis-
.Li-ttva id i i,i :,-,i. tO nALk ni expenow- l,ost-lti. es, b ,:-:a...Se they are piu.luceI- ; but the
-, fori.. n ., iila c th. one he now.mere Miserable money-lender answers the de-
b at. k fr i ,.t l..l,,I e., rtent)I b. rl-,, I scription of Burke, 4 4his desk is his altar, his
ca banks i.l 'il- iLtoined tnite P.:I. ii .le ledger is his tii, and mammon is his divinity."
causnte i lrouItal as sscin-i e ie hoveut- The government which supplies a circulating
amount per cet. stal was subtribed b niedium to a people without specie, opens as it'
sent 6 per ceitedid ck ; and the bank a were its granaries min a famine, and rescues its fel-
..,t I tat it did not promise specie, and that itlow-citizns fom vultures and jackalls.
.,,ih .. edeen its dayotes i. government stock, omo, actuated by such very important consi-
t ie of the day. derations as the receding, has borne up against
It engaged to be ahvWays ready to exhibit the disappointments and submitted to illiberal accu-
-anou Int fitss notes ii ncirculationuand of its stock clispI">ointIetts andIsubuiited to illiberal acco-
standion its notes in circulation and of us st stations. One critic has called him a visionary
.ta g in is president n e, thTreasury enthusiast ; another a ruinous innovator; a third,
)ffic. Opposition to this new, bst solid b is7 a presumpuous ignoramus; and fourth, a con-
by those who had lost their hic et ubique basis presrmaptulus ignoBatis ; aud aturt, a con-
e hdte asces f erne r ceited intermneddler. But, with the spirit of Ga-
(and yet had the auspices of govern ent) d ieo, who was persecuted for heresy because he
n vain. i extensive rosel in taedt; its 1ote said the earth 'evolved, lie wou-ld exclaimit i Pe-
a most. extensive ciicilhation, and not a si.na ,- ,e,,,sodnvvbii"-- eedlessofthe ,:,,.:-.,ll- I
umhn was ii ide- for cotaversion of Itn all e it sed nouvebit'-Heedless oftlhe U JI: 1 en-Ih
I I w..e f convesion of A- B---, daily '. changing in mind .astd mattetl,
in. ,r, iot.es i,i.,- -.:v ri,,ei cn. stoeckbecauHe te omo considers himself merely as a, sojournllt r
notes were of ignore utility The bank's profits b found to leave smmnethig to survive hil.- lor the
-were c .,: ,i:, ,i.i!. because it received interest on god o ilow-cratures, ad .at e.ay.finih
ll its Iil .1, in addition to profits on notes dis f i low-cratures, ansd1. t bess yti lln
counted. Homo, with regret, saw this bank com- wt ea. tly cinated te Rambler : tient
i.elIc 1l by an act of (Cn,..e e,~, to become a char- when ale ter inated the Rambler :
,tered specie-prontising bank, to injure itself and I shall never envy tie ihouors which wit and
to di-.t.c--o individuals by curtailments. The leat'ing itnay obtain, if I carn be numbered
preservation of government's stock was certainly amongst those who have given ardour to virtue
Ignore beneficial to the nation than sendingit and coulidence to truth."'
:l.i,.e o.'!d'J be, to purchase gold 'and silver, Celestial powers who usefulness regard,
.., ,h, with faithless harlotry, disappear in the From you my labors wait their last reward."
bour of need, and leave a debt at interest to be. o JUsTINIAN.
paid to foreigners. Postscript.-I may perhaps add to these essays
1 'sli.ll r. close my exposition of Homo's some corroborative extracts fro-m great authori-
'i :et-ti lie It hh. l- i lie;i ,i .ii -coiniiending for ties, and an additional number'or two on the pril'.
Sl..P. tl hi;C )c .-, ilth rim-jl.atctd zi:eld, .an almost ciples which ought to regulate taxation,-that a
irennic..l a: .diitit. He cr-o,:.n i.iLc-:.J hits exer- farrago of partial impositi.,is may be avoided,
.. .'.. 01 o .l iilOi.g.i f)it:],.ll..t. oa occasioned by and simplicity and equity prevail in future con-
1in Ilpie'> ij'. n if', iiic.iii ntliti ma n r.- although tributions for the general welfare.
tli.t i.ipci, Lduiinrei a ti..io itlul co.nillict, and not -
.,rnjdaiCl anl' d t,:,ilf .'d ii, ptiayi nt, t bone ri'., m :nil,-.L y The deplorable accountsjust received of dam-
:., the cilculitig- meA,-in .. -I2t -e.iablished go. age sustained by excessive rains in England,
.. ctniiLenit hi _h i n cre t o[.J Ir .upuncti ality ; but he ought to forewarn our statesmen of the liability of'
v:as not awarcof the indifference of many persons some of our numerous states to failures of crops
.to every thing which does not immediately affect by along suspension of a sudden superabundance
leir own interest; not' had he calculated upon of rain, wirich may exhaust all the resources of a
i. o. r- 4in of others to give attention to a sub- suffering state for the purchase of food. In such
jc-ct, il'.ie?.l because they apprehended some ab- a case, by Homo's plan, the general government,
ntruseniess and intricacy, and which appeared to by expending its national circulating inedium on
ailord very little scope for elocution. He would canals, roads, and bridges, and public improve-
.iiave Itlit'l iti.otin to establish n h it It. deem- mnents, may restore the primum mobile and pre-
-ad tl uthil, but iwas anxious to avert distresses vent scenes of distress and 1. it Lii t..il iad i.
whichh li, I- h.. cbud l, m.i.l i, Iich have been so wo-. J- n.
iully. f 1.al .7lt. tii',um. Uir hi-ve at length excited -
; proin,,''is -.ii ij il tul iih ),Ur;, and a general soli- *That the .-... i Il scarcity of money made many per-
t. e'l f"r it 1emedy. sons fatally postpone procuring medicine and seundingg
I h1. muiIi. hlias learnt by the retrospect given loti tIe pl ysician, during our late endemic, cannot be de-
a" .., .dugh animal gratirn nations may be obtain nied, and that grief and distress aggravated their disor.
'( at, though animal gratifications may be obtain ders miuA be adniitted.
cd without money, yet that they must be embit- --It wiuld req ire many pages to enumerate all the-
tored by despotism, feodality, am.d vassalage, and links o'social concatenation occasioned by) money. Were
Shat intellectual and spiritual (mnifal) enjoyments a mian to write down, as he walked the streets ot a la'ge
depend upon a circulating medium, and that ev- thletro tiit tli.e odon oaaris, the articles fo sale,
cry branch of civilization extends and flourishes lect materials for much consideration, and might com-
as circulating medium increases, to a certain pose a volume.

-How can freedom exist without this (circulat-
ing medium) to support the officers of a well- L'i the Circuit Court of the United States for the
constituted government, for the preservation ot District of Colunmbia, sitting as a Court oj
social order? .Chancery for Washington County, in the mat-
How can security from within and without be ter ofj
ensured without this to pay tor the services of Bleniamin Sharpe vs. Anthony Van Mannierek.
armies and navies, &-c, .? tli bill in this case states, that the complainant, on
How can health be restored without this to re- i the 16th day of May, 1801, purchased from defend-
quite the surgeon and physician ?* ant lot No. 9, in square No. 532, in the city of Wash-
How can wors/i and morality be inculcated ington, and paid the said defendant the whole purchase
ithout t orshto mai ntat ipausoare money; that thle said defendant, on tie same day, exe-
without this to maintain pastor, ? cutei a deed in fee simple to -tIle complainant for the
How can industry be stimulated without this to said property, but that, without any fraud or fraudulent
produce all our necessaries and cr,,uitis ? intention or design on the part of the said complainani,
How can knowledge of every description be the said deed hlias not ben .cl. .....l. I. l-e. .. r recorded
disseminated without this to support instructors ? according to law. The olct ... .. *,.11 to) obtain Ior
iow can leisure be obtaied wi thout this the complainant a legal title to the said property, arnd
ow. can leisure, be obtained without this for the bill prays that an order or decree may pass fir the
men of genius and study to transmit beneficial recording the said deed in the land records of Washing-
discoveries from generation to generation ? ton eiunty, according to the act of Assembly in such
How, in short, can every kind -of social inter- case made and provided.
couitrse be promoted and perpetuated without this .'t'he bill also states that the said defendant resides
,t- -blofcivihizatio n without the district of Columbia, tio wit; at Charleroi,
a ai, mobile ofeciviization i m" o u sin t i ,,,, riichn, nfthe Nettherlandas :
I hat a little alteration in the mode of issuing it ,1, ,ic,.rei.i e, this 30th dlay nft October, 1821, order-

n paper circulating medium (for we have even ed by this Court that the said' defendant be warned to
i:mw a paper currency) should be productive of appear in this Court, in. person or by solicitor, and an-
1-ch important consequences, cannot be easily swer t. -Ii 1,.11. uin or lr." the second Monday of
,u' l ''no[ "".". *. .. q. Y ; iApril -,r..l : ?r ,. ,... the said bill shall be taken pro
bel:ieed by those who have not considered pontesio, provided a copy of this order be published
SWhat great events from little causes spring." once a weeksso, r ;ovid-d a. k- in.: h- n the National
Who could have foreseen that the combination intelligence ire i.-i tie tAt i., .1 ..-i..y next. ,
(. charcoal, sulphur, and saltpetreshould occa-' By order: WM. BhlENT, Clerk.
n. t convulsions and irruptions similar to earth-j nov 2-w6w


ioni d ruIt iLt, ULaais GAZETTE.
The brig N -mpih sailed from Pernambuco on
Sindy, Se.-temnber 3, at 3 o'clock, P. M. at
which time the.utmost :consternation: prevailed,
and se' eral families, particularly tie ft'ale 1 i5 at,
of the first disitiiltion, sought refuge on board
the snipping. -:The major part of the Por-
tuguese vessels. -were getting ready for sea,
and several in the Outer Road.-, ready for a
start, watered and proi'. irned .-:mply. An attack
had been made upon i-: advaiir.ed posts of the
royalists near Ulinr.L. Ti.e pickets had been
drove in, anid .on-ce ski:rmi-shiri.: had taken pji ce,
and oi:nme Pairiuo priore-t i i bought into Pci uin.i
buco, \'ho t cr ie, ir I;r'. d ratliei roughly, I tl ir
hands pir-i.:.ned.- b-hin.3, and brought i> tll:..-
h-, .iiJ,--t -. *n..' tihre filedd .together ; this oc-
cuii l edon the 21stol -pt. T ie fiiin, could be
di.':inlv hieaild, anlt tlhe smoke le ilL ei li.l n the
li d e, of Re.cit', it the s.inie time ither I. aIl pic-
quet at A .i-La'idos, a i hlle in an opposite direc.
tion, about 3 nid,:, frotlni Per-hambuco, was lired(
upon out ot the houses, and they state that the
women hove slack lime out of the windows in or-
Ader to blind the royal troops. But let the provo-
cation be what it .i.-, hi c field pieces were or-
dered down, and a murderous and bloody cannon-
ading was kept up all the afternoon upon the
houses. It is hi 'erl that neither man, woman,
or child, wi:,s pai t d, anti,in one inst-ibni e, a poor
old man w %a b. vonett,:d pon a sick bed; this bu-
siness was diitiri:tl) heard, liken 'ee, in -town.-
The number .-it the: uritfortutite In-ii Cr. t ItC in',,
that pei i-l d ih i tli.t a utin yTvma;.s:iire, 'vas' :til-
ed at between thi ce and four l.rdi cd. Some peo-
ple doubt any cause but a fracis between smine
of the native \(kner'niris. and part -i tne pi'q.iet
(itnmp.,ied of EuLiopa,,n troops called Algarves.
The iiinui rectiun or rebtlliuni.or n hat you may
term it, comnmenc--d It tiiiiJti, a t-' .n about 20
leagu-, to,- the ,iirth ol Pf 1 itmrnbuco-it is headed
by Juin .,uI riii, Iately retui i .-IJ i..ni Bahia, whio
is a brother of the a..ne Martin that was at the
head of the last revolution, and who was behead-
ed. He l-a--. been i prison since that period in
St. Salvador : lie is the military.lerader, and the
political leader is a Priest named Francisco Paula
Simon da Silva, i i.. ,ac-ompany this division,
composed of S ; i.. iro.:.p,, well e.1ui ..i d.lpj. ticu-
larly the catali), but ii iner d.. hicitiit i Ii ,.I :a'.
tillery ; but sit.: f-.i.s expected to join them
from other q,'j.ii.ri wil lorm an .[ trieg ii. of
10,000 t1ien ,,t Ica.t, i a i Let.-it lhad taken place
to the *..iluth ,',.i iL'c-r Cape St. Augustin, and
like% i-e '.) thIe u est t.iil, .iiiulent i. information
of whici i>, as rtecc-ived.
Thie s)tcisillde iaure is, they accuse the pre-
sent Governor of arbitrary and despotic acts -.
they want him deposed, and want the Colonel of
the Algarves to resign the command of that re-
giment ; bu.t the people seem to think that no-
ihing short of the expulsion of all Europeans front
power will satisfy them, as they ilpagine they
can manage tlici." own affairs. However, they
march with lull length likeness of the King
and Prince Regent in front, and the word Consti-
tution on their banners.
The ii eastlt Gerieral, who isb like.i e Presi-
'lin '..t i P i o'le v.i..i.l Government, ij a brave
fftcer, and a ii cil of Lord Wmilin. .djt, tal dis-
tinguish ild iii--l veit vmuch in tihe i,.i ,If the
Prinsi .la.i ". ]i "-U. Ltm leans lcntiaily lidi the
greatest confidence in him .i,tl iJidt..l, one
thing entitles him to the, greatest honor. .The
excellent police he has established in Pernambu-
co, and d ;ing away entirely with that stabbing
.Iad throat-cutting system that is so much foster-
ed in the mother country, by indiscriminately
putting a man in jail that carries even a penknife
This revolution has been in embryo for
some time, and it is thought the expectation
of troops from Lisbon shortly, occasioned its
breaking ouit sooner ; however, the first blood
has been drawn ,mnd where or when it will termi-
nate, time %% ill dcu elope only-the loss in that af-
fair of advanced pots at Olindo was variously
stated. Fhe R ,,h: lost 15 killed and wound-
ed. The Patriots, as they .are called, lost 20 kill-
ed and w., ..i.L d, i.,nd 25 prisoners.
The city of Pernambuco may be said to con-
sist of three sections, namely : Ruife, San Anto-
nio, and Boalista, communicating by. bridges.-
The first section, Ruife, is least capable of pro-
tection, and it..ilitn in enemy. The other.sec-
tions were literally deserted, those that had not
fled in to thecountry had moved to Ruife-every
house was filled; the great apprehension enter-
tained by the Royalists, was their supply of fresh
water being out,, which the Patriots could ef-
fect, when they got possession of Olinda, about
three miles distant; provisions had risen full 100
per cent. that is, their country produce.
To form an idea of the situation of Pernambu-
co when. the'Nyrnph sailed, figure to yourself
cannon planted at all the Il .i..-I and gates ot the
city, with matches lighted, soldiers l.., in. about
upon the pavements when relieved trom duty,
trying to get a .hap, being then under arms cotn-
tinually lor 4 days and nights ; the houses all
shut, and every pi .i',.n, i .unri ..tid old, capable-
of bearing .i in-, l '"itiil.i 1 tle. Eturopecans, ab-
sent from their huntes.
The Portuguese sailors, the whole of whotnm to
a ma11 we e pu/tin reqiuisition, some half drunk,
with muskets and.fixed bayonets, drifting about
the streets-the poor wometi in the balconies,
with anxious looks and suspense, inquiring of
their passing acquaintance about a father, hus-
band, or brother, anid strong patrols in the sti'eets
to keep the -h-,dt.c. i.:'l and the negroes in check,
the Pali.,r k- hii;ng maiiny partizans in the city.
It may be wellto state, that there are now in
Pernambuco many persons who, at the suppres
sion of the last insurrection, manifested rather'
too much zeal in denouncing and informing upon
people who took a part in that unfortunate busi-
ness. Thus,dreadand apprehension at present may
be imagined, if the Patriots get the upper hand, A
awful fate awaits them, if they fall into their
hands.. The retributive hand of bloody recipro-
city will fall heavy upon then Abr being instru.-
mtental in hanging, shooting, beheading, and ba-
nishing to Angola, of so many of the relatives

of these same people that are nuow marching
against them. To conclude this political sketch,
which is alriost top --olix al e.AdA. the General
must feel t iliIL uin.a- y, when the whole guard,
composed ofinative troops, and entrusted with ant
important Post at Einco Pontas, marched off to a
man, officers, bag and .i,;ca e, and went over to
the enemy, few days before sailing.
Yours, respectfully,

RowTHE 1OSTO EVE~~Go GAZr'ETTE. for1n1iiht, or month, devotiuig i'.e roduce ofithli
The rollmiri~ ltctl, from Mr. WilIa,m Ward, sewing, &c.,to. some o,0,d -. ject. One of the
hl-, rc,-centlr isit d ( ,t, the United Stti.,t full ,. .w-v it ls for the eiiF,c-,i. r, f tl.e rest. Socie.
a1do',i a1 .I r, tl .iasin, to cstalli i- L( rit.tian, se- ,-s. of .un. ai mi -pai ,-.c ner tr boys, are n..
minaries of .l i r,.in: in iin..Il. p -. mr ay.bc t- ,e.ti,; tbh ic,i.'.n i lccimin,-, and devot .1
rushed with interest on account of its local allu- ,lu:rter, oia half, or :a .hole dollar a year e h
sion.. 'I lc ch',i a b iiiiii which it breathes, ,, son.e Christianiobject. In the church under
and l i hibr. aii of the national opinions of Mr. the care of the Reo. Mr. Pat y-n, of Portland, a
Ward, will ....niiate thbse who may di-agree number ..f n rilered lent.dles have asoci-te.1l,
with him in tilht of faith. urnic-r a s.n,!mn en, cemcni, tat the survivors
To.te Rev. George Barclay, xilhinnnig, Scotland. U ill, as .hlu pc.. itr. aeek mthe piituai-l g
....R.411. of the Clh'iltn ft.im whom any mother' i,-,hi, ai.
LONsDON, APRIL. 24, 1821. ,, n emov.. death
iMy dear ,f li r : I went to America to be s. ciatin nine e nominrv u,l in this country
edified by i- relii.:us chi.ir tel and institutions, e herin de tirulu n...ny, and co-oper
and not as an economist or politician : you wil otite teot;herbine obl ruittl haL by, and cimpedi-
s.- t ppl:. tihere.f0.. C ndm me y tl'Y I[ ct., %ments which c Ut i, otilhr countries. 1 h
:,l, Icl,.'li. :' thes. i',) t.\ e I 1.. 1 u ,JSay School L iion, in N,.l.. Yurk, exh lil, ,a,.-
.wi.e I.1I all, that thie ro:,I the culture, the style SurI"dII School U tiut, irl N, urt e:hlhsis .
,n. li l, tatin then rail, the culehi ure, the e sntyle noble specincn of the true LChiii an feeling; a nd
1 luild in .l eneal, th.e ct-hl-, the e .nt the U niun 11ourishes accotdingly.
l ofo mpruvmencrit-thea cone : ,.rt, I foun, inre rlacc of worl,;p ir
of the -ire th.ingrs inr, Erland. A.nd wIt.. light the s e rt,nns in mein a iure all in soim.lpi towin
to wonder nt tlis, lin ilthe oeol f e two coun- I n, much genuine piety amon
tries is ron-ideric. ? The winters in Anerca in r ltt, alns,d tmuch genuine piety. among the
,re lone- and severe, and the summers hot. On "it pi.cop.ins t he oni egLi3liS and the
the e b..,a.ld i.re i ,riableness of the c!hmate is B ,tlits; and as L far as my ohe rneyndi e t a ended,
cry gie.t, .n,.' plmrnonary cases are very .une- I Bastktrd a cheering e.xhmyoun of CthistLan
ious aind fatal. Ye,1 slill it remains trie, that u.,lese As in Ena-.d, .nl denominations of

mthe iencie- .'i, and faults o Aercsitig a re alUii,itns are inci easing ; and are all grov-
the tdefiienciev a..t N tuli ,,otih After assc ing leit. '. The revivals ine'itrcrent 4ee.u.ns oF
the i.t.a. ,.1 N. \-..i I, Conccut, Massachu- th Union are heater tIan ever. I have made
setts, New-Hampshire, Maine, New-JeIrsey, v eial inquiry into he nature of these revi-
Pennlw Vt i, i, Mahland, lpc. nhid the cte, v, i ndfi Id, that the far greater po tion of
lI, ..a ,ii' n ., ,- .I at the l.phi. and I ti r those who coumn i.nce a religious profession un-
S.., .U le pr,... -. 1y der these imiprcs. ions. continue till death to
tlte LiUrtred S; te:t le- toi-, tihs college, es, a n the doctrine or Divin nflu ,ce. Christian
these court-, of s ce, the-e s..irtific an.: b rit- re po u
I. t li i u "ot i!s, .he extent of co0in- y Cul.o- t l too, b e in ta mote e anda toi ire popu.
l~c 1, t iatt 1i e xtntnts, t l nm tlt l a- i, a" d ti.e d i,, ," te ...le clit ideitf-. th1.- ,
tei, thise i e ,ul" n nenir Hovei rmy, n ii S an irt~ icl Ipat of its in-:.itultioi, be iI to
., i 0..-.ul ,c-er L. .' 1 more gen rallyy lell and acrlz.nolj icd;d ed in thin
my dear brother, when I c )risi.lir l tiat th nit. re e country. 1 a .n a cni-erIug sin.h
other day this vwh.kl -continent was a folestt, thile I: 6i tt ie cuntry.h i .at month, e caring
e cl -.e 1 ...le tI -. lt o nanel savages, and wild it was see, on itl ti t Iomin, C)lito
e.c .;;-e nI,-.ne,l rIn ll 'lakf savages, and wiid, i ls rn ., g tot
ea~ts. il tis -, nery appeared before me abs- Pri nceton, on their ways to the India,,; t he
lutely as thc .ff.:1- of enchantment. I may here. i idenie,, .rd the soliat plan -ull be glad
give you impr.-,:..ism'len on my mind in pass- kt ttem id how sull more astoniling that
ing through the State of Conr,n.: i.ut, and oti Idin sioull be made wilin to devote
whichtI made-a memorandum at the titae :-gh- ...s'...
whichmdea memorandum at th e time: in to the education of their children all the dollars
4 -That coilrt must, be a, happy one, in them by annual installments, for lands, by
which the poor can obtain a respectable educa- paidthe by annual instalmentsfor lands, by
tion for their children for nothing; where e.Ach blessed be God o tile appearance in all
man of good h.i n:ter, without regard, to hlu C Blrtied buntries indie, li we arc. iSp idly
sect, can become a ri l ;It ,r where provisions Cri-, ian countries indi rte, o llin we acJ, iipidl
are exc eri,-. ly -v -al ; w here, except in parti- r.. s n o n t 'i Iee the -
Lrr. at ni\elitnsi..i r ovn n e ol seem bil. t. 1 hat1-
iul.0 lIhn n, taxes are few; where there are np toin ts t -His appearance, who i s the deisre of
tythes, nor the l. Iled feelings ari;itg. from the ll "na ns .
unwise elevation f o,,ne iati of the people, on a
teli.,ns -i.,: iunt, over the other part, and whee --
the people (as I had just seen them in B.,"tin) DOC FOR VA L 'Ell F'. BOARiMAN.
meet in convention to amend the constitution of i .SL- i I..L\ .1 i.-r, ., |i..,i'ai -rsce-
the state, with the same good humor as men go j c c I......, ani it ,'cnii). Hle nl
to the annual meeting of the humane Society in keep his slyop at the i.mte re-,i.-nce ...f Dr. Jam pe.,on.
London. I saw several Baptist Ministers in the oct 31 -Nl2m
above convention, as well as among the legisla-
tors of the State of Maine. This may sufficelfor ARMISi E.\ ,\N' SMi'l-1 AiH .\l Oi '
these subjects. Two Hunitdrt.d L'Vllart-R. II,ward.
1" Many places of worship in America, among 1 AN .N ',. on the 7th inst. from te sti.-crbuer, liv.
different den minations, have wooden stee- Ik .,n, 11- L.iIi h.iunm e.urit.. V,. .1eo .1Al.TSTE.kD, a
ples ; which,- however, when painted, look near- co .pt r trd.-. \ rr.t di .ii I ,i .'ut I.r, .t.-e,53 et
ly as well as stone. Among the Presbyte- 9 or c icls a prT,,,iect ne. wle mirniedl, rhis a eren shl
aceoi Itlt a pruT'i-aeit r'-,e. wide ri'-li,tli, ria r :%eir-
rians and' Congregationalists, the vestry, or ses- conplsion, i. nurriier..r c-o.l ciirne.; lie is., Tm.Irt
sion house, is a separate, and -,sometintes a dis- fellow, arvi .%-r) micli u l iictlI t., c'., reriioi. A.iir.s-
tinct building ; the small 11it its, as in England, de- i"a i, .s l-, a ir. In'lihr,n -I.lit, near Leei-
opiin.;, ilito the chapel, where the minister can burg. nr it 'ispro'ba"le iat lie ., lirking ab.ati- there or
retire, and see his friends and deacons, are very te-,eAr, bolo. Ible iei.tiebrie, de, but niorei likely
rare in the states. The minister goes at ,r onc e i, 11 tryu t,, n, .e hi;- cape to the north, and that lie
into the pulpit, and pulls off his great coat or has p)ro:urt.J 1 pa-s or forged papers.
cloak, and throws it over the side of the' pulpit. At., ren;i MA1 i H, iS tlei..peri of a Mr. M'., of
In the winter a pan of coals in a box is ready toi Fairf., cunts, it .. Sn-aI iit h n or 6 ti : ane d 20 Cr e ra or
himi to set his feet upon. The services ae con are co- ge, feet 7 or i arl i gh, cmplbgface, large mouth and
eyes, and irtler ul a I-tiat cmplexion. He has a wife
ducted nearly the -.irne as in England-but I was living at Dr. James Gunnell's, in Fairfax, ,and it 16 pruaa-
very sorry to observe that our custom of lining bl6 that he is in that county.
out the hymn as sung, scarcely exists ; and that I will give the above reward fir A.rmiitead sn-b Smith
ingig, in many casesuW, vascar. a abandoned if taken out ofthe state, or t10ti, tor either aI taken out
singing in many cases, was p,.f.-,..y abandoned of'the state,;or $20 fr.the afrehen o, of eithe d" ta-
to the choir, as though praise, at any rate, might ofthken in irginia.20frthe pprehi of i ta-
he done by proxy ; or, as though the Object of JOHN M. McCARTY.
the Clristian worship was partial to such and Near Leesburg, Loudounco. Va. sep 22-2aw3m
such tunes which the congregation could not ac- T DLLA.IS REWARD.
quire. How any person can blame cathedral ANaway, on Saturday the 6th inst. fromthe farm
worship as popish, and admire these exhibitions j ,f George Calvert, Esq. near BiAlensbirg, a likely
in the front gallery, know not. Notes entreat- dark mulatto or copper-colored b-,, b% ,tice arne ot
ing the prayers of the congregation tor the sick, GEORnE DORSEY, 17 or 18 ears ,Id,, 5 feet high;he ,
&c. are, in many places, sent up into the pulpit ; stammers in his speech, and his hair is very short. As
and, directed by these.notes, the ministers visit he took wil. him a variety oifcl.,-thi;n, the. re not ge-
t .-e-rAl recoll.e,-, but am: n ouh r-~ a CoTpIhto
the sick during the week. The reading of the ;,,. of black cloth, a new i,, 1 ar.t blu nankeen
Holy Scriptures does not commonly, I regret to roundabout, which he may probably nuse as travelling
say it, make a part of the services df the sanctu- dress. Areward of S10 will be give l..ir w:i..nar.rg h.n
ary. Doctor Watts generally supplies the forms to the subscriber, orlodgihglirr ;n eitti.i ot ie .1 al,;n
e the District.
of praise to the American people. I have seen ot& 6-dtf RICH. .\MDE, Man'r.
selections, the greater part, however, the com-
positions of Watts, by Dr. Dwight, Dr. Living- LAND FOR SALE.
,ton, D?. Worcester, and Mr. Winchell. Amern- b Y virtue ofa decree of the honorable ithe Judreq of
can editions ofDr. Rippon's selection are not un- _. Charles county Court, sitting as a Court ,if i.tat.
common. I he reading of their sermons pre- cery, I will offer, at public sae. n ..,ird's t.h ?4thh
ai, I apprehend, to a conser e d day of November next, on the promise, i b lf.il.. .-n
vails, I appre en to a consider e degree a- .,.,Ale al estate, viz: a tract .r I,-,icl ,f lir.1 r.,ere--
mong the Congregational Ministers, if not among of I lice.- M. Fowler died :.:e, called ** -us te,'s
others also. The services are, in many places, -urc,-.c," containing about453 acie- more or k-, lh-
concluded, in the evening it least, with a doxolo- gan bein ing and beinginn Charles county. l, lad Ie rime-
y the congregation standing. Blacks are mem- diately on the Potomac river, a It-L bel..,.' Lr;dler'.q
y, the congregation standing. Blacks ae me- Ferry. Its local advantages ae great tile -il isry
bears of the churches of.the whites, and sit down productive, and well 'adapted to the gr.,wir. f corn,
to the Lord's table with the whites wherever I wheat, and tobacco. It is deemed unnecessary to give
travelled. a tinrther description of the abo e pr.:*[.ert..s it i( prc-
Elders, as the scripture name of ministers, is sumed those inclined to p"ur ih.e slt v- u, tIe .ame
..i..- "ued ..n..e uarts. Black cloaks are previous to the ay f.. sale, lit term,, of ,' ,e te
generally worn by the minisitera in tHe Now- for the .sra..:.. .tt ui- pj:-.:l.,e mni..tie, in 1, n. .i
England States; and I saw several ministers years, witti interest thereon, inequal prl".p.,,tii.,s. After
wearing pig-tails, the payment of the whole purchase money, ., ui,. and
Tlhe number of religious institutions in Ame- sufficient title, clear of all encumbrances, will.be made
rica exceeds, if possible, those of England. Bi- to the purchaser aid if, it the time of the sale, 'the pur-
.x -chaser or :iuncrhaers should not comply with. the terms
ble, Missionary, ract, and Sunday School Socie- above specified, the lands will be re-sold it ilht r.qu .of
ties, are very numerous. The American Bible such purchaser or purchasers, and he or trncy itll e
Society is a noble institution, doing great good heldanswerablefortany loss upon such ire...dle. Poiat,-
'lihe Orphan Asylum at New York has been fa- sion will be given the first dayof January Inext. --
vored with such remarkable in.tan.es of the Di- Charles County, sep 22-w2mHAI Trtee
vine care, as to remind one very strongly of the
institution ofProfessor Frank, in Germany. The TitUSTEE'S S4LE.
Deaf and Duni.. Asylum, at Hartford. Connecti- ,_. virtue ofadecree of the honorable the Ch-incery
cut, iupder the care of the Rev. Dr. G .llai:i., Iii Court of Maryland, the subscriber ill p., itiwely
prospers '.'.:e,' ..clv. I spent some-hours at the sell, at public sale, at 1 o'clock, orn the -si,. ih J1,y
Asylum, .,i'. ii,,a flow of feelings so scred and of November, at the new Exchange, city I B, l,_,,re,
Sm, e a o m so s a all that farm, distant 1A miles from l:-incrs, ,'.nei, S.,m-
so refined, that I can never lose the recollections erset county, Md. formerly owned by iLn- lier. H.,niuon
of this visit. Regular prayer meetings confined Bell, and latterly by Mr. Gideon Pe:,.- t...np..,,.i r.f
to females, held at each other's houses, are very the tracts of land, called Hamilton's Fortune," Clo-
common in America. ver Fields," and Walton's tmptovem.nt" containIng
"Butthere are some institutions existing in Upards of 1000 acres of land. The frm lies boutaone
S mile from navigable water, and has.on it about 700 acres
America, which I have not heard of in other offinetimberfor ship building. The ian'ru ..* ,l, itre
countries: At Boston, and in other places, a of brick, and there are fine orchards o, it I tme .ru-

ni--.:,nary for the town and neighborhood is tion is healthy, the cleared land is good, and the soil of
nitiui.iicd and employed ; his work is to carry the woodland is very line; thewhole well watered. The
the gospel to the poor ; to preach in cellars, in county academy, whioh is stated to be one of the best
seminaries in the state, is built on a parp ,-iit},; 1.>,I, I.
garrets, and amongst those who, by their pover- sem ire 7 ..f ,,., s ,t prescribed bi llo di.:ite, ,i.e,
ty, or their peculiar circumstances, or their dis- one-founrth ca-sh, the hil-.n-f in three "-'.1,I i;.--ari.2nt
inclination, arc e;:.liideI from the public means of 6, 12, and i;, montin, i-. With i,' oi.r cj seuri'
of grace. I met two or three of these interest- 1 -. i;-',, .-.ithI .i c...-u' I' oihe itdat: -
ing missionaries. Societies of ladies exist for V-I' trII-')Ir, IT', ,iit rmay be obtained tip) np:Al-
ig. ,. catioin at the or'ice of the trustee, corner of St. rl'-,
assisting poor Christian students by purchasing lane and Chatham street,
cloth and making them clothes. Other ladies .OHN 1. DONALDSON, Trustee.
are united to work together one day in a week, Baltimore, oct 10-20-2awts