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Title: National intelligencer
Uniform Title: National intelligencer (Washington, D.C. 1810)
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Language: English
Publisher: Joseph Gales
Place of Publication: Washington City D.C
Creation Date: April 6, 1822
Publication Date: 1810-
Frequency: triweekly[jan. 2, 1840-]
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Citation/Reference: Brigham, C.S. Amer. newspapers
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 1580 (Nov. 27, 1810)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in June 1869.
General Note: Issued daily: <Vol. 38, no. 5420, (Mar. 1, 1837)>-v. 38, no. 5423 (Mar. 4, 1837).
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Vol. XXi..* WASHINGTON, A'T'IRi)AY, APRIL 6, 1822. No. 3316.


PUBLISHED BY CALKS & SLATON, O [. j meet with much opposition. If it ever was right expense ofsurveyinga tract otland in the teCr!tn- IAT',T T"', ;O -LAND.
T AnE T ,"TI C A WEEK UIN. H ssIooF e RECESo CONG(which he believed it was) to pass the law,it was- y oi Michiigan by William Rector, theSurveyvlr! -- 4
a,.r TwreC' a wa .x -, nams, o *right that all should equally have the benefit of it' General of that territory, which had been (done | l, cr. A?. nn iLl.. 4.
ce a r Payable in dvanc THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1822. as intended. To this end it would become ne- without authority. Mr. C. supported the motion By the Bevidera. rriv hst evni, 54
Thors e s ouhszr,----four yawodo nors, Payaler itntadvane of IN UISENA TEA.L4 'B hiBliea.ar-elts e'hr, l 4
Thoe subscribing for a year, who do not, either at the time o b IN SENATE. cessary to revive the law, as it had now expired, in a speech of considerable length, and contend- days from Liv, ;pool, wd ,Cave : e*i.,o Liverpiol
ordering tilepaper,orsubsequenly,given,.ticeolfthJir-wish The following engrossed bills were severally before they all had applied. If, however, gentle, ed that the innocent men who had performedn Couriers to the l Ia'bu-r.,tB i,-lusive. aV>e
to h a ve tile 1p a e r d is o nlti mued at th e eo~r t o f th t: ) a l e ,Ie wd t h m
to have l'e )u,d er disconiriiei at hilce u: 'Aill l ,pres, a i dc.,i.g its c, u, unl coul read the third time, passed, and sct to the- he hoped they would reflect, and see the situation to resort for indemrity to an officer ot the overn- ave u e h :t .. i ."n s hcl-
o tended, candit il. e Continued rdingly, attheotptinn 4ouse ofRepresentatives for concurrence, viz.* of those poor widows and children as it would be ment. Ifthat officer should not be responsible, n ,- .", "
,,th di- o-.- .-..- _The bill to establish an addition:ailand office in if the house refuses to pass the bill. Congress, the government and not the laborers should suf- t"tate, a the spir- o' .u co, iuaon which.
"- .. .- .. .. .. . .. .. lilinlo is; t r r p ih d s u b
%y;w/,v ( v,--, ..--, o ,-.-;,,, said he, has heretofore passed a law which held fer by the default. The motion was further sup- had slumbered for a wh:ie in the s'uth and west
i lea1 ^ j to ', estblish an additional landl ofce out to them some relief, We may naturally sup- ported by Mr. J. S. JonsToll, and opposed by of Ireland, has broken forth n ricthe l.s! fort.
TheInianatd"pose that they have applied as soona th.y knew Mr. CoLDrpr, Mr. CAMPBlxI.L, of Olhio, and Mr. night, with aggravated symptoms. The WVte-
of The b ill t o perfect certain locations and sales there as a law for their relif; but, o appiy ef- ron, when the question wa taken, and the mo- boys, as they are now termed, made a sudden at-
FRIDAY, APRIL 5. *..of publicllands in Missouri ; an fectnally, it not only requiredsuims time, but was tion was neg:-tived without a division. t u the e a at C fi. e
Ih e bill for the relief of D. Carroll, and attended with considerable expense in getting The committee then rose and reported pro- tack p t Key a;, at Cagagni., fiv
-...-----e.... o rhers t of theCom iton li nd their papers in due form, which wai done gener- gress, and obtained leaveto sit again, and then miles fron- Macroom. A regular engagement
The New York American seems to suppose Cob e itte o Wn Pu lc ally by professional men ; a class of men who are The House adjourned. took place with the military who escorted the
it possible that the intended departure of the unavorable to the petition of Jaens W. eles in I habit of being well paid to:. ir services. sevie.. rail, which resulted in severe! of the Whiteboys
i po s le ta tie itn e de atr ofte was taken up and agreed to. In some cases tile expense wag mote thaii those bi g k~ da dio n e ,ad m n a e pi
lusnsian Envoy from this government may have Some bills were read a second time. aentsweeletobeaacr-ndafte thas e To THE ETOS. e kiEled and wounded and nany made p i-
5ome relation to the course determinedonby the The Senate took up, in committee of th!e expended every cent they were worth in setting Gentlemen :Havinre soners. o
United States with respect to South America. whole, Mr. PL.ASANTS in the chair, the bill to al- forth their claim, they areinformed that the law Getl he oHe discovered that mny. rc- The only items of news e discover, relating
We-aro glad to have it in our power to remove .ow a lr: wack on the export of cordage manu- has expired, and that they are not now entitled to tion, were uotcrrectly understood, I take t i to France and Spain, are, :hat in the fornm er the
acturedany doubt which may eist on that subject. The Jo what was intended for then, merely because they liberty of correcting what was erroneous in the new bill for the regulation of the press has b.a
intention of Mr. POLETICA to return to Russia this Louisiana, each, offered a few remarks, question- have not applied within ascertain day. It cannot report of them. A motion was made by the warmly debated in the Chamber of Deputies,
Spring was well known in the circles of this city, ing the expediency and policy of this measure, children, settled down on some remote corner chairan of the Judiciary Committee, to be dis- and the amendments proposed by the advocates
long before there was any indication, -.n the part inasmuch as it would be likely to affect the reve- the earth, constantly engaged at home in procur- object. i then statdthat it was a mideratteior of liberty rejected, which created cosidera-
of our government, of an intention to take any ne of the country unfavorably, and discur breadcould know any thing about theoper luch more importance tha those n ot imnedi- f ble dissatisfaction against the ministry n various
step whatever in regard to the nations of South ic ,nestice prod ona, t id a a i ene ,.ation or existence of the laws of Congress. He ately interested believed it to be. Tenofour parts of France ; and that, in the later, the yield-
ste w.tc inrgr otentoso"ot which, on the contrary, ought to be encou h i ,,,,ped there or tha th c;rcu.m 1*sitretc eivd1 o e no u asornne n ni n ei,^,ie}e
America. raged, &c. hoped, therefore, that the circumstance of their fellow-creatures, I said, had lost their lives-and ing of Ferdinand to the revolutionary party, in
Mr. H osof a Soof opinion that plyi boe t l expired, old no e by whom ? By the act of a man who styled hlim- dismissing a part of his ministers, has produced
A ir H o l lI e s, 0f M a i *n e w a s a ls o o f o p in io n th a t u rg e d -a s a n o b je c tio n to t h e p a s s a g e of th e b ill, s e l f th e a g e n t o f t h e U n ite d S ta te s a n d a la w osat e m o a y s b i s o f t e i s r e t p o
Yesterday was the day fixed for the execution the hill would discourage the home production and that.we should not be found ready to snap at the United StateUnit had plaed States and a law o a temporary submission of the insurgent pro-
of Sergeant Lanham, who was convicted, at the of hemp without effecting any beneficial result to this little advantage that may be here taken othe d the United States had placed it in his power to wa incs
.last term of our court, of the murder of Sergeant the financesitor to any other interest. this little advantage that may be here taken of the do this irreparable injury. If th.s subject was vinces.
Kully. It was so generally supposed le would Mr. D'W o a entered into a very particular poor ad ignorant. He was as much opposed to not to be inquired into, what would be the im- A meeting of freeholders has been hekd in Suf-
be executed, that a gallows was erected, and position of his views of the effects which would an improper expenditure of public money as any pression on the public mind ? Would not the folk, in which resolutions were unanimously car-
large crowds surrounded it and the gaol during be produced by the proposed measure, is com.oud o ra n boasted protection-of life, liberty, and property, ried, stating the facts of the existing pressure
lare cowd suroudedit ndthegao duingbe rodce0hytheproose mesur, is cm-gentleman in his opimnloTOught t0 go, to bring be considered *A solemn farce, if the lhoes ot ulrn the landed interest, and urging on jparlia-
theday. He was, however, respited for six mercial bearing, an examination of the pub- ourexpenditureswithin theanountofourreven- considered solem farce, if he lves o u onthe anded interestand rinon arlia.
months. We suppose he would have been taken lie finances, the balance of trade, &c. to shew c eneiv o e th ie our fellow-citizens we e to be taken, and passed
o the place of execution, but that he was said to that, withoutu injure the domestic production e;, which ihe conceived to be the indispensable over with the same indifference as it* there had ment economy and reduced expenditure.
tobe in fiathe le of execution, but that he was said to that, without bill j would have doa benefsticial pro ffeduction duty of this house: but he could not consent to been so many cattle slaughtered ? My object
be in f ortunate man has excited great interest. His upon efhempthe revenue, billwould promothave tha beneficial effect begin here, and withhold this pitifulsum from th'e was to repeal the law, or place the Institution on NEW-YORNK, APRIL' 2.
characters, previouman has toexcited greatoffe interest. His upon the re ofthvenue, would promote thefit matnerially widow and fatherless, who have lost himn who a more respectable footing, and make the agent Latejrom Vera Cruz- We 'learn froi Capt.
character, previous toand man, is said to havffence aibeen ex- the tushipping interest, ofthe ountr,,benefit materially ought to havebeen their-protector, whileenga- in some way responsible, that the same accident Skinner, of the schr. Swan, arrived last evening
emplary, and he served with reputation in the Mr. TALIBOT contetInded that it would be impos- o i s e tis country and protectio might not again occur. I further said, I believed from Vera Cruz, that the Royalist still remain
late war. He was strongly recommended to sibl for us to import hemp from Russia, manu- T billss thereupon ordered to be engross I could proc, to the satisfaction of any impartial
mercy, by many persons, and even by the court, facture it here and then compete with Rissia ed ll br a third repdin. d d to be gro s mind, that the present agency was not only a hw poer, of the Fort of St. Juy n de Unila.
before which he was tried, on the- ground that in the sale of the article in the foreign r-.arket; e n ot i Mr O nuisance, but a nuisance of the most dangerous Flkigs of truce wsere frequency cot f unitratng,
there was not decisive. proof of premcditation in that this bill would produce no good effect, but On motion of Mir. MOOR of Alab. the lioSse kind. and an order was soon expected for its surrender,
the commission of his crime. He has suffered that, ifit should have any pra,,tical operation, it tild An act supplementary to an actto April 4 I G. BURTON. Preparations were making at Vera Cruz to tke
much, and been respited so long, that it is sup- would be one detrimental to the revenue ; th trms of theaDistrict o i abaa i he fort, should-it not be given up. The first
posed to be intended, after longer imprisonment, at present Russia hemp was preferred in foreign s ordered to be read a thi' d time to-mrrow. u
finally to reprieve him markets, fiom its superior beautv, &c. d, in wa t be rea a thd me to-morrow DIARY FOR 1822. Congress met at exico on the 24th February.
sead of discouragingthe home product, it ought A bill from the Senate for the relief of the AVIS & FORt,.E, adjoining Brown's lotel, have Perfect harmony subsisted throughout the em.
Mr. John Withing:,, hdied in New York t be promoted, and the duty on foreign h egal representatives of Joeph Hodgson tide- JU received, for sae, price 50cnts, the pire. An ambassador had been sent to Spain
Mr. John WVithing~o:,, vh,). died in New York to hle promoted, and the duty on foreign henip ceased, was twice read and referred to the Cornmd- n G nlm nsD arfrtepu [oeo oIit go esTh rya f-
recently, among other lib( ?al bequests, has be- increased. Hie concluded by moving to postpone ceae wastwice l eads ad erred to the Co n- Ladies'and Gentigteman's Diary, for the purpose of soliciting one of the roYal fa-
qucathed to tile Columbiat, C.-liege, in this DUi the bill to Thursday next, to wait the progress of A bil f C se t i op r United Stala esnac, A crcoingamnr, besides an enlar- ily as mpero. It ws, however, exp- et hat
A bil from the Se ate t authoize th adop.ed Al anDcon interstingvderitu ofimtters tlaie tooDutAugusin e-
trict, Five Thousa.d Dollars, besides leaving his bill in the other house, and to allow time for tion of measures to try the title of the Marquis d e ienes and arts. This is the 3d No of thewik It pendets, would be lcted.i 'l ie Royalists hade-
T..ibrary to the same i;.suittulion. examining the present proposition with some at- aison Roue to certain s is intended to be a pendents, would be elce. he Royalists had
=- .tenti,n. adreerred to th Committeeon ims philosophical .Magazine. pretty mu ch emigrat to Spain d her .rovin-
At a late Meeting of the B lard of Trustees of Mr. MoRRiLL confessed that, ifhe believed the ad reer N r. The 1st and 2d Nos. ,,,. ...N.----- "il "2 ,,'
the Washington O phanAsylum, it .wa<' effects predicted by Mr. D"WOL from this mea- ORDERS 1OF THE DA. D AI.-*>
jResolved, That the thanks ,,.ths Board b, offered to sure, would iresult from it, he wouid readily vote The housethen resolved itself into a Commit- D1 D,
the Rev. Mr. McIil.vAiNr.for the discourse which hle de- t.r it; but he was of a contrary opinion, and be- tee of the whole on the unfinished business of DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. Suddenly, in winchester, Va. on Tuesday last. Mr,.
livered at St.John's Church on Sunday the 24th uWtimo lived that it would discourage the prductionof yesterday, (the general appropriation -ill,)--r' THE partnership heretofore existing under the firm Matr JOSE:PHINE,. PFrry, consort (if' Major John S. Pey-
for the benefit of this Charily, and to the contributors domestic hemp, and therefore be injurious to !'OIuINsoN ill the chair. .it of Rhodes & Clarke was dissolved 30'h March last ton, and daughtersot John Carrere, Esq. of Bi-mo:,..
for the very liberal collection which was made on that the agricunltural interest, c. Mr. Cocr.n moved to strike out theclause for b'y mutual consent. All claims against the late firm will
occasion. be presented to "V dliarn Rhodes for adjustment, and mlI NOTICE
Mr. Orts made a few remarks in favor of an the conting.-ni expenses of the Attonrey Gel'e- persons indebted are requested to make immediate NgOHI i to ivenotice,that the ubscri.ershave-bt.in-
SW YORK, APRILr 2 earlier consideration of this bill than Thursday real's office, including compensation to the mes- payment to him, who isautlorised to settle the business |Led fiom ghe Orph^is'Ieourt of Waeshi: gon conty,
NW YORK, 2 next ; and expressed his opinion in concurrence singer ; and after remarks thereon b7 Messrs, ol the firm. in the Di-trirt of' olumbia, letters to-tameniarv ,on iu e
The 'schooner Exertion, Lincoln, o, Boston, Lnic tlheviewsofferdin its favor by Mr. D.Woar Cocke, laylor, and Hardin, in favcer, and by WILIAM 11RO1)ES, personal estate ot Levi Belt, late of Wa.ingt.n county,
iih, 7vesffr i t aorb r 1 FW ALTE'R CLARK5. ndecesated. eiBl,1t fla~~igo- OI11'
has been taken and destroyed by Pirates. She which views he conceivedto possess muchweight, M'essrs Smith, of Md .Velson,of Va. Warfield, T W fr, Lu te b deceased.
had an assorted cargo, invoiced at Z7,533. and to be entity d to consideration. Tucker, of Va. and Wright, against the motion, N the s ebuse i nessbhas ustbrcee a parrt ofhssupT l hebyA w davingtcla-is1t sthe m,t 1 tevocer
The schooner Constitution, Huxford, from The bill was then postponed to Monday next, the question was taken and the proposition wa. of spring Goods, which, added to his present stock, thereo,'to the subscribers, at or before thv 4:h d,, of
Boston for Trinidad, has also been taken by tihe the motion having been varied to that dlay. adopteq---ayes.70. makes his assortment complete, to which he solicits the April next; they may otherwise, by law, be excluded
Sa, n te c a The hill for the relief of the sureties of Jo- Mr. COCKE moved to fill the blank in the clause asention ofthe public. from all benefit ot said estate
sae pirate, and the captain and crew set ashore seph Pttipool, formerly a paymaster in the army, providing fo- defraying the expenses of the su. april 5-3t WM. RHODES. Given under our hands thits4h day of April, 18''2.
on Cuba. (to authorize the setIe.:'ent upon equitable prin- preme, circuit, and district courts of the United A)DiSON BlLT'
-ciples, of certain suspended items of his account) States, and for defraying the expenses of prose- ALLEGANY LANDS FOR SALE. anril 5 THOMAS .e tor.
LITTLE ROCK. ARKANSAS, JAN. 21. wss considered and ordered to be en.t.ros..d for a cutions for offences against the Unitrd States, TILL be sold, at public sale, on Monday the 29thi
Col. D. Brearley, Agent of Indian Affairs, third reading. &kc. wiih the sum of twenty, instead of thirty tV lay of April next, in the town otf Cumiberland,Md. J U ITARIAN ISM
stopped at this place on Wednesday last; he had The bill 'authorizing a like settlement of the thousand dollars, and after a discussbn thereof lymgi!in he'county rofAlleganv, Maryland, viz: eac, Philosoplhically and Filie6ologically Examined-.
with him several Cherokee Chiefs, who were go accounts of Capt. Joseph C. Boyd, a district pay- by Messrs. Corke, Smith, of Md and Jnes, of Lots N,, 128 145 160 164 199 203 327 388 405 448 BY THE REV. AN11HONY KOHi.MAN.v.
ing to Arkanmeas, to hold a Council with Gov. maste.- in the late army, was also considered and Tenn, the motion was negatived, ani the blank 808 809 811 850 886 890 691 900 912 919 9,o4 938 i s VI. vnd V!
Miller, on the subject of the existing difficulties, discussed, and was ordered to be engrossed for a was filed as recommended by the Committee of 973 990 1000 1003 1030 1068 11:5 1139 ;158 1185 Published by enry Guega?, Bookseller, 19ash.
between that nation and the Osvges. third reading. *Ways and Means,. 220 1253 1255 187 306 1400 1403486 1517124 ing ton city..
~ ~~~~~~~~~~~1531l 1547 1581 1555 166o 1667, 1668 1669 17.6 1773 .-FS w ubr ot~mza hydoeand
A letter to the editor, from Fort Smith, dated The Senate then took up, in committee of the Mr. Co. KE moved to fill the blank in the 174 185 1847 1858 909 1911 195 91 2084 2375 oN a t, il be dro l d dcln
9th inst. says : It is reported that the Sacs, whole, the bill to amend the act granting the right clause for the support and maintenance of light- 2"76 2377 2378 3006 3032 3037 317/ 3:78 3569 4,28 and, ,,f course, are pub ished together. And, since time
Foxes, Kickapoos, and some of the Delawares, of pre-emption to certain settlers in the state houses, beacons, buoys, &c with the sum of ten 4 34 4036, and 4048. Also, lots No. 1860 and 1866, subject of which they treat 'urm:sines oi,c of the n ost
have joined the Osages; it so, there will be warm of Louisiana. thousand, instead of $41,104 68, as recommend- with the resurvey on them of 220 acres, making togetl- strikmg prooth, not only of the (;G<.head of Jesus Christ,
work."--Gazette. In discussing the provisions of this bill, and the ed by the Committee of Ways and Means ; and, er 20 bolot e dis ersed throu h the blades of bu" nlio of the divine origin of -------- amendments offered to it, the Senate occupied after a discussion of the subject by Messrs the Allegany mountain, i Htan's, ohanson's, and the h wi tha vpew o e e t _r e, y us
BALTIMORE, APRIL 3. nearly two hours, but without completing its con- Cocke, Smith, of Md. .hlinor, and .Ncwton, the Yaugh glades, on the waters of the North Branch, Big fil, will bu sold separately to ion-subscriber .
In the early part o1 the last session os Balti- sideration. It was laid over until to morrow, question was first taken, pursuant to the rules and Little Yaugh, Steep Creek, &c k-. and some are In furrmshin this first nolum(, which consists ot se'tn
more city court, William Passano was tried nn an Two communications were received from the of the House, upon the largest sum, which was near to Armstrong's and Ingman's Taverns, on the State Numbers, tiheauthoi rnp h deemed to tave illilled
indictment for stealing, and, on apparently sufli- Secretary of the Treasury-one transmitting a carried, and thereby Mr. COCKE'S motion was Koa(','.,y were all necuratrly surveyed and bnded dur his esmitintea"aawed thee pey1r.1r;.stil'mottion ,rkv Roat
clent circumstantial evidence, the Jury fountt a statement .of the condition of the Banks of the: indirectly negatived. ing the last fall by nn experienced surre or, and a par- hnee tiey nr ai mpnaies thaet [i so crb e ent^.
verdict of guilty. Before any sentence was pass District of Columbia ; the other a supplemental The clause lor surveying the public lands of ticular description of the location, &c. of each can be tiue their Fnb.)-ripuan to the sec,.n t voiamr, which wi l
ed, it was ascertained that some testimony had report of the amount of duties which have accru- the United States being under consideration- given. For which purpose, the subscriber (Agent for comprise the scriptural and traditii nary evidences if the
been omitted on the trial, which the court, rn ed upon imported books ; which were read ; and Mr. STERLING, of New York, proposed to fill the sale, &c.) will attend in Cumberland on the day pre- divinity (rfJe..,us Christ, together with ain answ. r to (.e
inquiry, deemed ot sufficient importance to jus- The Senate adjourned. the blank with the sum of one hundred, instead 'ous tothe s, an il le ey n^matn res two hast Letters of ev., Sparks, and either t nirt.i
** i Ti > mEL thlem 11TO pern s dl lisp'1sbd to puirttt;chase They w~ill be 'MpuhiaMtnn T l'!i second prift ofr t1he V. frk *^lt Pe IMb-
tify them in granting a new trial. The second of one hundred and eighty thousand dollars, sold in parcels, or separately, ifrequired. The terms of lished in a size nearly equal to the tirst about' the begin-
trial took place last week, at an adjourned ses- HOUSl3 OF REPRESENTATIVES. A discussion ensued hereon, in which the a- sale are: for all sums ot U50 and under, cash; between nine of next June.
sion of the court, when Passano's innocence was Mr. iB r Ohio f h omit amendment was supported by Messrs. ter- 50 and $100, a credht of 2 years; and over S100 acre- Any pers,.nbecoming re.ponsible forten crpi's,eitheT
so clearly proved, that the jury acquitted him oMri CAMPBe Lan of Ohio, from the Committee relin, oiN. Y. Ted, Cocke, Colden, and Camp. dit of 2 and 4 years ..,ill be given, interest palable an- of the whole work or nt t.e serene volume aone, wil1
tu leavin b 1 u4. on Private Land Claims, to which was referred S nually the purchaser living bond with appruvel security b entitle -, eo one o y ir er bretisi
without leaving the box- .the bll from the enat for the relief of the heirs belt, of Ohio, and opposed y essrs. Jones, of Such ille wil be pudre as is vested *i theaTruseeesecrity be ntitedctnone es to "eh e best Boekr in r
Sand representatives of Alexander Montgomery, l e Ew-Yooar, Anit. 1. deceased, reported the same with sundry amend- natory observations were made by Mr. mn7ih, trust, to sell for certain purposes. ti addition hy ;i. We have been favored with an ext,act ota ments; which were committed to a committee of^e nd r. Bates, but, belfro any Possesi pwiebe gvn immediatey and the tites ari so tieir excetlencie f th French and Rt uss t
letter from a gentleman of this city, now at Ma- of the whole, question was iaken thereon, a t p w. SMITH, Trustee. in-ite dlw
tanzas, dated the 13th ultimo. After notkiig Mr. CooK, from the Committee on the Public Mr- COLDEN moved to insert, afier the word mar27-'awta ,1AS. M. MASON, Agent. apr w


the execution of two pirates at that place. (be- Lands, reported a bill to revive and continue in surveying, a c fuse nmto, t e appropn- LbA oil lWb.
fore published ) he observes, The remainder force certain acts for the adjustment of land tions, for that purpose, to the expenses to be wONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD. TilS beatif,: and tor.,.gh -.red stallion v.il cover
are to) suffer death shortly ; so that you perceive claims in the Territory of Michigan ; which was incued te curnt to whch M AN awy, abou the micle of Septerberl.st, from Mares .'ire. .ssn at 7%Co'lag ari, I
this government has been slandered in thi. res- twice read and ordered to be laid on he table. RANKIN proceed to pr lixthe words actually the s.bscriber, negro ELLICK, formerly the pro- ths c t ieorge, at moderate rc o1
.pet, by many reports in the United States. Mor. COCKE laid on the table the following re- Pe-rirmed," which was assented o biedy the pertyof a Mr. blowIcSe ra so b w t pririn the season, whmc.h l ,e, ,ateae 1std ay
However great ond palpable are the errors of solution: the nameof one (f.tie said owners. Sm' negroe .i rather a Acugst.
Spain and her Colonies, I do thinl.- the authori- Resolved, That a select committee be appointed, whose adopted.. common iz eavy buit, very blacktmooth skin, (racchus w N r !red by the lonr on ::. !h,
ties of this Island are now seriously determined duty it shall be to sit in the recess of Congress, and in- The question then rec'irred upon filling the b mud white iz h. ha i rws cn o is earso Hoan-ke, and was got by ti e ,,hi np .rcd I,'"- *-
big mouth, white telt, his higr grows Icss near his ears,.
1 onlie(l, C racch 1,s Vwou k ,it), lioac a1 c{wi~ps'itsol c li \ l
upon aidm the endeavors of the United States, quire into the affairs of thle several lepantmemns of thle blank with the largest sum (8180,000)which was tan common, wlen spoken to hIrs a very pleasant open o-..e<.' r 'a s .o n ny : ;o p H
uponrnenaiditngi theitee aendeavotrsenspu ond ottilaelrgemitriy, tenan ce, lin;,e risohe, tod iis abover0y pearsantope.n hsdsmtsw lem: vme;a~ htvr
towards destroying these incarnate devils"-Gaz. grversnm and tsaicommitt eea havey ereqdirea t p lot o r nthn r nosed the e g an, t I e, e ge e hisd t rd lr t t
1",r"prsns ndpaprsbyad tattil%,6e rqurei t 0belev tht h w s :im,- o g t;f" b "Ile.";01?n: r ;I S tru. bv0 lnI,; dra 's'

^^ n^^ ^ ^:^ ,^ S ^^^^~aryad then pr~o p,.osoed t0e0 hae rboode so b ^ V ;^^ 1^ ^::!; ,^ ^ :^
akreottCogesat an early 1 perMTHiOod ofr; i tile next NlrkAhn), )itQl
A.LTT A. A IA, APn 3. na e report to Congresscne d of the next simn of 130,000, which was also put and nega- to the states of P nisyl auia or Ohio. f-ie was seen .b
b re. A fire broke out fom tle ruo of the large On motion of Mr. J. S.JOH NSTON, it was tired, who has ice moved to tih state oI te, yvania in tile I r is- e c.., t, nearly I 5 hand gt.;sh, :t i
bricF dweg of Jaeb ol'man, Esq. yesterday in the rrsolvedThai the Committe on Commerce be in r ALwOITH named 75 000. count o Cumberland, and whete im d ;lie said negro is. adni.d by h hae he h to be the inest ho
morning'; but tile timely exertions st four citizens subi- teo inquiTbainth ommiteexedin cyof'erce beinga Nr co rpsolZ5,0,1b bv eadwl egvnfrtl pr eso htlb ,- ~li ,( 1 e
dnied the fire withontitvery material -,jury ,i~ he tbuildinig,,stri.:ted tinur no tee pdec | lo ig ir c o r ;o e 5 0 .T eaoete ,ark /iIb gvnfrten prohlsi, o'otht .ib- '" o ldt dn ;k (1 ; a tl e rwllik.to;!'tcilXri 1
Ptmcdrawback onl coal consumed by steam vessels ; and of Teq Ii Ia aknn I il (-hhn aduerit aenoteltestate sof\V.rlgilaa 111id r .; lve- 7nlt;. a 1IiV11 tIQla-k~ ,iI
The F ishin "S 7e, ;on It eu uthsheriues on the 6Potomaca oice oi w as ticen n promise a plentiful supply the present season. hal atuthorizing said vessels to take coasting licenses with the sum of on hundred thlousand dollars, v''t ed to me, ,'tteit 1 ioal in thte sit e, so lt.rl t n.: '. :, a ir .gr :p t.
were offering, on the fish wbarf, a few days back, at two On motion ot Mr. LONG, the house then took as proposed by Mr. ,TIKLNG, and was carried, go t him, or 50I gi|"i taett. tc rnc.n. ol i;.hv'nyi via w, to bre t;om tl.i h.
On Iti, of alrLONG,110,15ethentook as popod byM r. ll, tfjas''.' nInl J ho "wIlln tobreed I; onn !,h;s
dollars per hundred ; at which price they are consider- into consideration the bill to revive and continue Mr. Coox moved to add to the clause the f'l- Alhxandh'ri, mtr 20;.-rry' O ne 'mie ;ie 'rmel th:a hi;s stand is lnot t aI l n,.; a
ed cheap i middle of the season. This lw price in forr.e certain acts concerning allowances for lowing words: and for area'age due for sur- The Fran!u' (-:/Utic a., Pittshnr' Spterman will di>tTon, ttine,'s ferry. Marss 1.1 oveertiwt 1 "r 1, c
however, 1: ay Ile attribmted to tlhe few farmers who, .r *i >,, *- ,, |, ,le. .ll ,p-lTnf:^ ni, l l i( intio p.qrc v.ill be receive~tim ind ]mn kfi~mit l\0.% n 'o
however: ay be atribntei sothppli arersu whol c ,,ld pensions upon a relinquishment of bounty lan.- vey- ac;e in the year 1821 -- dollars." The< ple- le insert tbc .0 alv< ilscmnt et three ms a ht c ill be rcive and mmdiat t., ,o
probably purcme in fto better asupplintage tban at present. Mr. LO was iopes that the bill would not object of the propiin was provide for the orwrd h u outh Hril 5-ot J. .JL
prbbl urhs t etd avnag ha tprsnt ti.! o~ wsinhps ht h i old not ojcto0ir r oiit ast roie Ih. it.r t til.e Ctto1. t ,'oaVIl !,%nl 5-ot'J $ ..t












S...-.- presentative, the defender of their interest in this as- gentleman, as the six and seven per ceiiutsii wiii, ,i'oirse, wil melct away and be consumed. The present low rate
-1 i i" '" s' 'semblv ; one w"honot only speaks, but has written, wihi 'be at ar, iit will follow i th:t, ii the fi-e per cents r an Itof trest, lss than5 p.rceIt.) is not its natural
'""" ( '0 1"od -A'r r ) / i -,* .4 so much ability, in their caule ? as at prIes.ni, nine or ten prr c i:,t. above par, we shall tate in lthis country, wlinchi has so many modes of ab-
'. \ Are they ignorant, do v ou ionwgine, of the real state atf gain, b\ postpoin6 g the operation, a sum equal to tile sorhing capital, as fast as it can be created, it cannot
Z -;-.- -*_.'.. J "ur finances, our ability to meet or not, with prom,At- agg rgaie amount lthlat the five per cents will produce las;-and lhether our commerce improves or falls of,
.* ',,`tt .. I_ .)- DEBA I'E ON THE BILL nessour engag'ements. Is it fairly to be presumed that above their par value. Put, hlie said, tile fallacy of this wrc.,ntinues as it is, thie natural interest of money must
A,-rf- / .-* -.' For e ch!an iothe six and servn per cent .Stocks they are idle spectators, or lend a deaf ear to thle appal- argument consisted in 'he supposition that the value oLt shortly rise from v, bt it now is.
r n ing picture ,.' our firature wants, to tile desponding de- Lie five per cent. stock will not be diminished by But the gentleman from Kentucky, (Mr. Johnson,)
'OF^ 'fr j.ive per cent. Stocks clamatin of our congressional orators No lie feared increasiig the quantity in market. The price of stocks, said, that, if o: -trade should experience that extension
S-tIhe arguments advanced, tle coloring uscd to induce like that of every other article, depends upon thie relai- that t!le friends of this bill anticipated, our revenue would
~-~- '- "-. R'EMARKS OF MR. WOODSON, OF KY. you to propose, will occasion them to reject the ofilr. tion subsisting between the supply and demand. Indeed proportionally improve; in winch case, we should have
-;rf =F q They will not be blind to their interest, and will either. the gentleman himself very justly ascribed the present .money lying idle mi the Treasury, before these new 5
Y AUTHORITYMr. \VoonsoN observed, that he rose to ad- accept, or reject, as it may dictate. They know that | high Drice of tihe five per cents to the smallness of the per cents. would be redeemable. But, said Mr. T. tlhe
Y ALUTIli dress the house at this stage of the bill, not with a view ixy.t-,te millions are redeemable in the years lo25, 6, I amount in market, And when he told us we should de- gentleman forgets that though the debt is not redeL liable
--- of trespassing long on its patience in the discussion of a 7, and 8. i press their price by thle proposed exchange, which will by law, it may be purchased by the commissioners of the
[PUBLIC ACT.] subject which he had hoped a few days since, was finally) Gentlemen have conte:.ded that the price of stock is substantially throw 26 millions into the market, it is sinking fund, and that, on the supposed contingency of
A4N ACT to authorize the State of Illinois to open a ca- disposed of, and thle reconsideration of which was not to regulated by the protracted period of redemption, and I stra;-ge that he did not extend hiis view a little further, an increase of commerce, interest would rise, and stock
fANt l oi the public lands, to connect the llinois be anticipated. However, in thie vicissitude of events, it imagine that the extension of it five or six years, will If he had done so, iie would, doubtless, have seen that a fall, so that if we have any superfluous money in tilhe
nri rwitgh ke Mich n. has so happened that i is again presented ; and a sense eflet thie object. This argument vanishes if there be much greater depress.on would be produced by sudden- Treasury,we may buy in the stock before it is redeema-
river wit nted bh t nate and House of le- of imperious duty compelled him to solicit their indul- soundness in '.hat so repeatedly urged, and reiterated, ly throwing into the market fif y millions five or six ble, and buy itin utinder par, bv which course this mea-
Be it enacted by teetad os fR o*gence whilst he briefly expressed his own, and, hlie be- that the government will be unable to redeem its debt years hence. What, s;id Mr 1'I). would be the situa- sure will prove doubly beneficial.
presentatives of the United States of .lmerica in lived, t|,e sentiments of those by whose confidence he by the appointed time If permanency of the stock tion ofthegovernment,and wha: the interest oft the public Mr. T'. adverted to an argument that had been first
Congress assembled, That the S ate of Illinois be, v;-** honored with a seat in this house. therefore be the desideratum, six and seven per cen(s, creditors ? The government would come into the market used by a gentleman from New York, (Mr. Tracv,) and
and is hereby, authorized to survey and mark This bill authorizes the Secretary of the Treasury, on will not be relinquished for fives, should thle mnielanchioly to obtain a loan for so large an amount,with declaration afterwards urged with much force and success by a geu-
through the public lands of the United States, behalf of the government, to propose to a specific class predictions of gentlemen be verified, of insolvency, as the only i.tducement it could ofler the tleman from Pennsylvania, (Mr. Sergeant,) that this ex-
.,the r'ut ofth nlcoinnecting the Illinois ri- of its creditors an exchange of 26 millions of stock, bear- Justice is one of the brightest ornaments in our na- public creditors to subscribe to the new loan. What would change was like a wager between the stockholders and
the route of the canal onci ing an interest of 5 per cent. for a like amount of six tionlal escutcheon, our true policy, and it appears to have be the conduct of the creditors ? They would use every the government, as to the ptice of stocks three or four
ver with the southern bend of Lake Michigan, and seven per cent. stock; and thle only inducement held been lost sight of in tne proposed arrangement, by the effort and resort to every combination to prevent the years hence. Mr. T. said, this view had made much i m-
and nine'y feet of land on each side of said canal out to present selected stockholders, is the extension of selection of particular stockholders. For what reason is government from obtaining favorable loans. For, as pression on him at first, but he then thought tile
shall be forever reserved from any sale to be the term of redemption some four or.five years. it that you make the discrimination ? Can we say that they would be the holders of six and seven per cent. argument was rather specious than solid. In such a wa-
mada by the United States, except in the cases A single moment's reflection on the character of the thle present owners of thle stock proposed to be exchang- stock, which the government could redeem only by gert, he admitted that many of the monevholders would.
S o for measure produces the conviction that it is nothing more e, are more meritorious, or have any particular claims loans, they would have a deep interest in preventing a have the advantage, and tie present high price of 5 pep
hereinafter provided for, and the use thereof for or less than a loan in disguise, and that, too, by antici- to our hliberahlity, more patriotic in their advances to the loan at a lower rate of interest, whereby they would, in cent. stock, payable at a distant day, was not the mere
S ever shall be, and the sameis lnereby,-vested in nation, government than others ? The whole,or far the greater effect, lose their stock, or have the interest proportiona- resutilt of calculations of futurity-it .was produced, like
the said state for a canal, and for no other pur- The people, whose will he is bound to obey, judging part, was created to support a just, necessary, and a glo- bly reduced. Mr. M'D. appealed to those who were fa- every thing else, by the proportion between the supply
pose whatever; on condition, however, that,if the from lessons of experience, condemn the habit of resort- rious war, and they are equally entitled to tie gratitude miliar with thie vicissitudes of thle money market, and Lie and the de.mand. There are more lenders than borrow.
said state does no. survey and direr't by law, said ing to loans in times of profound peace, to sustain the and justice of tlhe country. Why llithen not throw open operations of borrowing and lending, to say how great ers-the money holders get 6 per cent.ifthey can;if not,
.su I u v mp u operations of government, or any measure calculated to the door of competition, and permit all who choose, to would be the effect which the holders of 50 mil ions they will take 5, or less, rather than let their money he
canal to be opened, and return a complete map rivet upon them or their posterity an immense debt, enter, and participate in the advantages, and thereby of stock might produce on the price of stock. Suppose, idle-and, in Lie uncertainty whether they can find erm.
thereof to the Treasury Department, within three which they are not as yet prepared to admit is a national prevent a dangerous, and unwarrantable monopoly of our said he, the government should propose to effect a Ian ployment for their money three or four years hence
years from and after the passing of this act ; or, blessing. In the hour of war and difficulty, it is true, funds? to that amount by the issue of 5 per cent. stock. The when the government shall pay them off, they will, in
if the said canal be not completed suitable for na- their patriotism and devotion create an inexhaustible If this possession be beneficial, scatter those benefits very fact, that the holders of the six and seven per cents general, make the exchange, though some of them
l n within twelve years thereater, or if said tund, upon which their representatives may draw, with like the gentle dew of Heaven, which may be gradually should refuse to subscribe to the new stock, would so should make the same calculations of the future that we
vigation within twelve vearsthereafr O confidence, unlimited bills of credit. But, when the temn- absorbed. Do not confine, and hlimit, and concentrate a far- diminish the demand and the competition, that its do. Besides, Mr. T. said, as the prudence of this mea
ground shall ever cease o10 be occupied by, and pest has subsided, and serenity succeeds, they in return mighty mass in a single channel, which from its weight price would be greatly depressed. And, he would ven- sure depends on a contingency, and interest was now
used for, a canal, suitable for navigation, the re- require that prudence and economy should be observed, and depth may prove destructive in its course. Is it not ture to predict that, if this bill should not pass, the five confessedly unusually low, he thought we oughlt, like
servation and grant hereby made shall be void, and aid in relieving them from accumulated pressure, likely that your selection may fall upon the least men- percent. stocks, for which we can now obtain the six prudent individuals, to divide the risque-and, as we
and of none effect: Provided, al ays, and it is They will not be satisfied with empty professions ; they torious of our creditors, those who, as a business, specu- and seen per cents, (thereby saving in interest be- could not pay off the whole public debt for some years,
enacted and declared that nothing in this act when necessary, and we, as their fitithful representa- late upon thle ebb and flow of circumstances affecting tween one and two millions of dollars,) will, at the end to make an immediate reduction cf the interest, when
hereby enacted and declared, that nothinginthis ives, ought to follow their example, our prosperity, of four or five years, be at par, it not lower, we had it fairly in our power to do so. Mr. T. adverting.
act contained, or that shall be done in pursu- A government is justly assimilated by them to anin- This he considered as a most critical and unfavorable It is then, said he, the obvious dictate of prudence to to Mr. Fuller's objection, said that he liked the bill bet.
ance thereof, shall be deemed or construed to dividual, and the same results relied on from the same time to place ourselves in such hands, to be proclaiming anticipate and obviate embarrassments in our finances ter with thie amendment of the gentleman from New
imply any obligation on the part of the United causes. What would public sentiment pronounce, then, as it were from the house tops, our weakness; to test by timely arrangements. By thro,-ing the five per cent. York, (Mr. Cambreleng,) than in its present shape; but as
SStates to appropriate any money to datray the of an individual who managed his private concerns in a the extent of our national credit to transport our fund- stock gradually into the market by successive opera- it is now modified, the Serertary of the Treasury might
Sf aid canal aner requiring a habitual resort to b.,nk accommoda.- ed debt. We have assumed the noble attitude ofaband tions, that depression in its vaiue would be avoided, require a portion of the stock redeemable in 1827 and
expense of surveyin or opening said cl lions or loans to defray Ins ordinary expenses, or dis- of brothers, a united nation, in an act, second only in which an opposite course would most certainly produce. 1828, as well as that redeemable in 1825 and 18266 or
Provtided,also,and it is hereby further enacted and charge his debts ? To say the least, it would negative, grandeur, and importance, to the declaration of our own The amount which we now propose to exchange is not give a preference to the former, so s to remove the'o
declared, that the said canal, when completed, the idea of his prudence, and calculate with certainty oni independence, and it becomes us to evince to the world .much more than half the sum that will be redeemable in jection of putting the holders of both stocks on the same
shall b, and forever remain, a public highway his ultimate embarrassment and humiliation. a just, though dignfied and modest confidence in the 1825, 6, 7, and 8 ; and there will, of course, be a suffi- footing.
for the use of the government of the United ''This system of measures, he contended, created andI rectitude of our motives, and our real ability, with the cient sum left to give full operation to all the surplus Mr. T. said he had intended to reply tothe arguments
for the use of the government of the United confirmed a moneyed aristocracy in the country, distinct willof Heaven, to sustain it. It is impolitic and unwise revenue which we can reasonably anticipate, of the gentleman from Kentucky w -spke. l i rf
states, free fromn any toll or other charge whate- ard separate in their feelings and interest from the great to be sounding false alarms,or exaggerating our difficul- A gentleman from Kentucky, (Mir. Woodson,) had Woodson,) but, on refletion, hle sLivld decline it,
ve -, for any property of the United States, or mass of the community-influencing, as he feared, at this ties, or boasting too much of our energy, edified the house, Mr. M'ID. said, with many profound as hlie presumed that the answers which had s, readi
.)erss in their service, passing through the moment, and hereafter destined to give tone and char- He denied that it was permissible for a government at political truths, liable, however, to the objection that presented themselves to his mind, had not escaped the
same acter to all our national measures; to cause luxury, ex- any time toenter the market, and speculate upon its they did not happen to relate to the question before the minds of others. He said, that that h.notahle ente
Sec 2 db it further enacted That every tvagance, and idleness, to supplant the virtuous repuiib- credit. But in this instance it would be particularly ob- house. That gte-.tlemnan had denounced, with great em- man must have viewed this financial tnmeasue uindcr the
-- ...Sec, 2. .dnd be it further enacted, Thatevery lican manners, the econo,.Ty, thle active enterprise and jectionable; in his estimation discreditable. Thestocks phasis, all moneyedaristocracies; but what had that to do stro.,g bias of feeling, or he never could h.I'f de
section of land, through which said canal route hardy labor of our aucestors-sap the public virtue, and were created by the patriotism of the nation ; if we are with the question ? re the public creditors a moneyed some of the objections he had ur d. ft He cuiId ot
may p'ass shall be, and the same is hereby re- ultimately demolish the government of the people, compelled to make the exchange, honesty is (he best arist.cracy ? Or, if they are, does this bill increase the have'supposed that the Bank of thle Uite(d States could
served fi'om future sale, until hereafter specially Snould they stop short of those dreadful results, they policy; our true interest and honor would dictate that evil? Does it propose to incorporate them ? Or can become the holders of the proposed 5 per ceint, sock
directed by law ; and the said state is hereby willat least paralyze the public enterprise a d retard its we propose to do so, without requiring ai,y other ad- the gentleman really believe they will be more as their charter forbids them to purchase stock-uor
i t \ prosperity, by diverting the capital of the country from vantage than time. aristocratical or more dangerous because we shall would he have malde tanobjection that wel mgt betin-
authorized and permitted, without waste, to use permanent establishments, requiring labor, care, andin- The Secretary of the Treasury displays a laudable con- pay them only 5 per cent. instead of 6 and 7 per fortunately ivolved in a war with Great Britain, and
any materials on the public land adjacent to genuity, and yielding but a moderate though sure profit, fidence in the national resources ; hlie presents, to be cent. ? Both of the gentlemen from Kentucky nad then 26millions of our stock might be held in that n
said canal that ilay be necessary bfor its construc- into funded debt. Wealih is power-money is said to sure, the present scheme to our consideration,but it is in indulged themselves in vague and general decla- try. Mr. T. said, in such an event, their holding the
tiron,. be the sinew of war Place the purse or the credit of the alternative, and lie appears to entertain no doubt of mation against a public debt But, said he, how unpro- evidences of our debt could give them no advantage
PHILIP P. AlARBOUR, Lthie naiioi in the hands of a privileged few, or of fo- durability, if necessary, hereafter to accomplish the titable is it to declaim against what we cannot avoid, over us-and remarked,that the o:-jection reminded him
Speaker of the House of Itepresentatives. rign'ers, and sooner or I-ler the wordd will accompany same object mure advantageously by the issue of new The debt already exists. It was contracted fir the pur- of a story he had somewhere read, that a party of insu r.
JOHIN GAILLARD, it .Those may be considered by some as groundless stock, pose of prosecuting thlie late war with Great Britain. Do gents, in Ireland, getting into their hands a large uan
President of the Senate, pro tempore. speculations-idle fears. They are such as were enter- Ifit be true that commerce is reviving, of which there the gentlemen seriously think it ought niot to have been tity of the notes of an unpopular banker, destroyed
Washington, March 30, 1822.-Approvyd, trained by tne founders of our republic, and the experi- seems to be no doubt, we shall be ei.abled, I trust, to contracted? Do they disapprove of the measure which them, by way of doing him an injury. Mr. T. aid he
JAMES MONROE. ence of other countries has too rt.quently witnessed mee: our engagements, and sustain our national honor gave rise to it ? They will assuredly say no. Then was as much a friend to economy and retrenchment as
I .. ,, their sad reality. Can the nation tolerate the humiliating without resorting to either. Upon every view of the can any man believe the war could have been carried the gentleman from Kentucky, and it was because he
ELI di n idea of1 bt- in the debtors, and consequently subject to subject wh:ch he could take, it appeared to him to be a on without loans? was so, that he was friendly to this bill, and lhouki vote
RESOLUTION, diretating the classification and printing tie supercilious interference and control of a foreign Lia- gdded pill, which he confessed his nerves were not SIX- Sir, said he, as long as we depend exclusively upon for it.
of the accounts of the several manufacturing establish, tion, jealous of our rising greatness ? If not, let me in- ficiently braced to recommend, even as a tonic, believ- foreign commerce for revenues, a war must, in the very
ments and their manufactures, collected in obedience treat this house to pause before they adopt this measure; ingas he did that it is contrary to our true policy, and to nature of things, annihilate our financial resources, and
to the tenth section of the act to provide for taking for I ventureto predict, itf the exchange is effected, by the will of thatportion of the people to whom he is re- we must be dependent upon loans. The distribution of THE STEAM MILL, WASHINGTON
S the Fourth Census. ftr the greater portion of tlhe stock will be exported to, sponsible, and that thf nation is by no means so debili- the capital and labor of the country must be entirely OW in full operation, situated on Coombe's wharf
Resolved, by the Senate and House of Iepre- and disposed of in, a foreign country-remnitted, in other tated us to require it. He therefore hoped the mea- changed, so that our revenue shall be derived from in i- 'N astern Branch. 1 wish to purchase 10,000 busheli
Utt tt is fft es 6"-n 1-' anila>roo- m fi-cdl-ar-i-eg Enl, :.:, prooaie, sure-e would not be adpFpted ternal sources, before we can, during war, raise any Corn, 10,000 de Rye, and several hundred tons of cargo ,
sentetent ofthet_ -n. .y suit as ttI
17t^t,mr.s-u^fcn-urm ,--mr~a-tn-e--Ziret-retTeav-y O^ event only 6-tREMARKS OF MR. M"DUI"FIE, OF S. C. thing like the amount of revt nue necessary to meet th.- Plaster.
ble directed to cause to be classified and reduced from te unfavor able rate excha nge ganst us, and pit was not a maer public exigencies. A large debt must be contracted, and On hand,
we hold hereiifter comne inl collision with that power, I Mr. MA ui Dt* IEsud, that it was not a matter lien peace comes it Only remains for a prudent govern- AonttsupyOn grondPlte, Gr el n
to such form as he may" deem most conducive to and it becomes necessary to vindicate our insulted ho- ofsurprise hat a very great diversity of opinion should wen pa it o y redlyas it can ritutntgvr A constantt supply of ground Pnhiter, Corn Meal, and
the diffusion of information, the accounts of the nor, or maintain our rights, can we resort to war ? In- prevail in *elation to the proposition before thie house; tme nt opl offas rapidly asithcan, witth tsubj e tal Rye Chlop, which may be had on the lowest terms. And
several manufacturing establishments and their deed, can we assume, in any respect, the proud and ele- nor, was it l matter of surprise that, on a financial ques- stain them e th a a e also particular quality Plaster for plaisterers and calci-
manufactures, taken in pursuance of the tenth vated attitude of an independent, high-minded nation ? tion of sone novelty, involving the consideration of mil- But all honorable gentleman from Kentucky (Mr F. april 6-. t AAON Y, Jr.
section of the act, entitled An Act to provide No. Thatsme onu wo suspend the arm of ven- f tie t te not o Johnson) seeistoimagine that, ifweadpt measure, apl 6-t G on the premises.
f or t a the f u r en suse rn KAtt idefgeance until the debt was p id. feel a deer interest, btut considerable doubts and dilli- we shall commit ourselves is ag .inst making'Life necessary FURNITURE, SALE.
for taking the fourth census or enumeration of But, some gentlemen have said that thile government culties. Bit, he said, he was much surprised when he retrench ent in the us blicexpenditure. It is aeas' N Saturday afternoon at half astE.
the inhabitants of the United States, and for would acquire additional strength and security ; that saw the two gentlemen from Kentucky, (Mr. F. Johnson mattere, said Mr. McD. to declai ingene.ral termsabout Saturday afternoon, at half past 3 o'clockin front
otaer purposes," approved the fourteenth of your enemy would be interested in preserving peace, to and Mr. Wnodson,) adding to the intrinsic difficulties of economy and retrenchment; bul of my Auction Rom, I shall seil ,A quatity of new
March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty, prevent a confiscation of their debts. This is by no the question by the introduction of top:cs foreign to its his specific propositions, and, if he would point out and second hard urnture viz:
I lida eprineha on ineprvdmerits. Oie of those ggentlemen, (Mr. Woodson,) had rotenNiwbinShedysboards( a.ndD wBudre-pes
and that he cause fifteen hundred copies of themesans0 novel idea ; experience has long since proved isi d r t i )a rontee limb in the sysle e (Mr McD) wou ld c-oper- ,dozenrushsestChairs
digest, so to be maie, to be printed, subject to Their influence will be exerted to depress the public and, in doing" so, had dist,actly disclaimed all regard to should fir nlyd f ileartesslym'resist a r ,t which dhgany Table ad Washstands
the disposition of Congress. spirit, and obtain from us dishonorable concessions They the only considerations that ought to have any weight Ba elieeyof thse ihts oeds and hedsteads
PHIJLiP P. BARBOUR, know full well that the sacredness of public debt has wih the house. And he confessed that, after this broad whichwere esential to the independence and safetyofStove, Common Chairs, tin Safes d Urn
Speaker of the House of Representatives. been settled by universal consent, and that no nation disclaimer an the part of that gentleman, hlie was not sur- the cunt.r h wewas as dee inpdce adsf o 1 Stnvesl Fed Cutter ated Ur
JOHN GA1LLARD, dare to violate it. prised at tie wide and excursive range which he had ta- lomKentuck yitheim taefvttiA quantity kitchen Furniture
President of the Senate, pro tempore. It is unnecessary t6 dwell on consequences so obvious ken inthle debate. But, sir, siand lie, this is essentially a waste expenditure of the public money t ld b Also,
Washington, March 30, 1822-Approved, and awful. financial question, and1 cannot coneie how we can de- no argent ae mst a retrenchment dictate y sou 1 pair Pistols Dm and Fife
JAMES MONROE. What is the pressing emergency, the dire necessity, termite whL.ther or not it is expedient to adopt ititif we policy, thmt the embarrassments of the Treasury did not 1 double barrelled Gun
req.-iringm such dispatch-tluis sudden risk of public do not descmnd to the business of calculation. We must compel us to resort to it. And he had sufficient coidi
A. WET NURSE.T .credit ?, iinquire, What is the amount of the public debt ? When denee in the good sense of Congress, that they would Xew Goods at duetion.
A.WET NURSE Why this reversal of the pleasing prospects of our in- .will it be redeemable at the pleasure of the govern- make all the necessary reforms, without being driven to On Sturday evening 7 o'ck, at my Aut.b
A YOUNG woman wants a situation as a wet nurse- creasing commerce and prosperous condition of our re- ment? And ;hat then will be the probable capacity of the it by all imperious necessity driven to On Saturday evening, at 7 o'clock, at my Aucti
A very healthy-her milk only five weeks old. Apply venue--the fond hope 'of the speedy and actual payment government to effect the redemption ? Now it is ad- y an teol h ct R ooms, I shall sell a very desirable lot of Dry Goods, just
at Mr. Narden's, on 7th street, South of the Tiber. of our national debt, presented and received with so mitted on all hands, and, if it were not admitted, it-is ap- and wisdonb ad hoped it would be adopted. e consling oi
april 2-- much eclat at the commencement of our session ? Were parent from the official documents before us, that, du- fl wd p t woul e dpted. 1 case due Irish Lianens, in whole and half pieces
SLaw Books, Sc. at auction. they designed to be delusive ? It would be uncharita- ring the years 1825, 6, 7, and 8, sixty-three millions of REMARKS OF MR. TUCKER, OF VA. I dto) cambric and common Calicoes
W ILL be sold, without reserve, ,n Saturday night ble to beheve so. If not, why is it that our government thle public debt, bearing an interest of six and seven per t Ma. "I UCKEt, of Va. remarked that he had no Black Sarset. jaenet Muslins
the 7th iist. at 7 o'clock precisely, at the Auc- Is now represented as a vessel il,1 a d ad calm, and an cent. will become redeemable It is equally apparent feeling on tins subject he viewed the proposed ex- V Ca es Bombae l
tion Rooms next to Tyler's Lottery Office, a catalogue of experienced helmsman warning the crew of a distant that the surplus which shall remain of the ordinary re- change of stocks ; merely as a prudent financial mea- Do and bkski n Glo a r
Books, among which Tare: a speck li the horizon, the harbinger of an approaching venue, af er defraying thle current expenses of the go- sure, and had therefore always been in favor of the bfll SeT bhte-s loves, Carlinsle Ginghams
Blackstone's Commentaries, Cranch, T"ler, Serz-eant storm 1 cannot perceive. But, if the present side of vernment, & discharging the interest of the national debt, And as the gentleman from Kentucky, who sp,ke first, Knotedblu Gnloterhs andeCassimeris
and awle Goleman, ae Washington, Schoale the picture be the real one, let us profit by experience ; will not be suflicieut to redeem within fifty millions of (Mr,. Johnson,) had, by a sort of general challenge, call. otton La wh Te Marseihs" Quilts
and Lefroy and other reporters. AfewMeical workshaul in our sail s; make the vessel tight and snug, and thle sum that will be thus redeemable. Sir, when these ed upon its friends to point out those future changes tb Dicwe s
anDomestic Encyclopedia eprtv; Jesephus. & ew medical 6v Hstory of she will still ride the waves in safely. Do not the pride two propositions are granted, which no gentleman has the circumstances of the country, on which they justifi i able Diaper, table Covers, &c.
DoMexico, 3 vn Hylop'ed History of ; Jsephus, 68 v; Hsor fetz and dignity of the government revolt at the idea of being denied or can deny, it requires no great powers of logic ed the measure, he would briefly state the consider. Also, to close sales,
Suily an Clarendon's Memoirs, British ssaists and e placed at tle merey of brokers, bank-men, usurers, to deduce the consequences. They are clear and inevi- tions which influenced him. Mr. T. said hlie was friend- 15 gentlemen's close body Coats, Pantaloons, Round.
Poets_ 5 v; Shknpare in 6 and 17 vols &c and man stock jobber-, and money dealers of every chliaracter, table. We must either raise a revenue of fifty millions ly to the bill, under the persuasion that the interest of aboots, &c.
ny valuable Theological works some of whonm, I suppose it would be admitted, were of dollars by direct taxation, between thi time and the money would rise in this country; consequently, that april 5- M. POOR, aec 1
Also, 2 or 3 gold and silver Watches governed exclusively by their views of profit and loss, year" 1828, or we must procrastinate the period fixed for stocks would fall; for he agreed with the gentleman from
Sr ambition ad with whom patriotism will be but a a the redemption of the pubc debt. The former alter- Massachusetts, (Mr. Fuller,) that we should gain or lose PUBLIC SALE.
apr feather in the balance. native is quite out of tle question. No gentleman would by the exchange,according to the price which our five Y er e Orphan8' Court, 1 shall sell, at public
fOHEN'S OFICE evWien was the real money-lender's heart known to seriously recommend so enormous a tax for such an ob. per cent. stock may bear in the market, when the six auction, on Saturday morning, the 6th inst. at 10
N Isoften at distress, or his demands lowered by the extent ject, at a time when we are but just recovering from and seven per cenws. became redeemable. Thus, if, in o'clock, at e residence of Thomas Wilson, (afew donr
Baltimore, April 4, 1822 of your necessities ? How often does a candid acknowl- the mnst overwhelming pecuniary embarrassment that 1o26, our five per cent stock should bring 6 per cent wesG otthe Waceasedo ) ali the persomfa estate of John
OFF| IL REPORtT of tile Seveinth da}'s drawing edgmen t *f your inabihty to pay enable you to obtain ever betel a prosperous oation-an embarrassment, too, above par, then, as we save by the exchange 2 per cent. Childs deceased, consisting of a quantity of
osfrt-hTemore ravtorable sterns on the solicited renewal of your which we must trace to that very war in which this par annum, for three years, in the payment of interest, C1binit maker's and Carver's Tools and Benches
WASHINGTON MON UM EN T bond ? Let those who have experienced the blessings debt was contracted. Indeed one, or perhaps both of it comes to nearly the same thing-and if our 5 per 1 unisnlied Sideboard
LOTT'ERY, of bank accommodations, or the indulgences of the most the genlthmen from Kentucky, took occasion to depre- cents, should be higher, then we should lose. But, he l silver Watch
No. 9,112 a prtze of glO0 polite creditors, respond, cate a n.esort to direct taxes, in thle very act of op- thought there was much greater probability of their tall Clothes iPress, Mahogany, Lumber
*3149 18791 *18588 50 Gentlemen are requested to reflect, and fathom, if pb which, uehth broadest principles, the only measure t g. T Wearimn Apparel, &c. &c.
*3661 2490 10798 *13075 3884 14290 they can, the depth and extent of the wound they will by which such taxes can be avoided. This seemed to Mr. said, that there were two very different crtus Terms of sale, cas.R.
*14673 7851 15280 .15022 9714 16760 '20 inflict on the national character and credit, if the prof.- evolve an nco:,sisiency which he thought it would be or the tall in the ulterest of money ne was tbe p 3- M- POOR. auc.
15971. 5 feared Imon should be rejected. To him it seemed there difficult to exp'l'an. But, said he, ats it is granted that al accumulation of large capitals in the hands of' idivi-
and the usual prop ortion of. 10 ex istetl a n astonishing apathy on this branch of the sub- a direct tax is not contem plated, it follows, as a ue cessa- dul .d rn o g c u s f p o p rt ,s c s e .O ne T ho uSand D ollars R ew ard :'
Al marked thus soldat Cohen's office, jept it istview d led w it apaetm unocr, samr ry conseqtueence,u tha e butM lprocratinate th priod eduas din gh a nd cours e of nrosereity, suhas *ex->onbp arhf$00 nG

Capital prizes of 830,000 exchanged, we will gain hy the operation two nulions 0 an terso adaaeon o 250 0 r ad t isuldtai l, sy tentlemen we shall bin a bu ie 1 t sb rrowed as low as per cent. lsaid, te saie GRAND NA I hanLOTnTER
10,00'I10-C" .l"*beposibe s hepreeraton f ur^llef~y^nperatnd in this country, and in every period of twenmv KA J Fift h l.l,'vass."1^
21f0,000 uo.ano thrisn bAe poswe thus atir preservation s ourt willb fit ot iltot o h ubi .bbarn itr or thirty years, by the accumulation 'of private weallli, FztlCS
are still undrawn. 5000 ou' reputation for tle mere calce of" gaining that sum, tor e te yer 8 an wich heg.ov t interest may be expected to tial. lut, he said, there was of him, and S500 to the person who purchases of him
The drawing will be continue." on Wednesday sPwantigina toanlsus itu cannot then redeem. In this state of things the public another cause, winch was thre sudden .hnge in the cir the
next, when the first drawn number will be entile to we m aya~ lyv rely o hep^^e^rit u pl G m creditors ask it as a favor that we should not pa.y them cumstanees of a country, by which that capital which :30,000 D ollar Prize in theC
8200.. .On the opening of the wheels on that day, the nrerce is admitted by all to be reviving, and the demand the principal of their debt, and tell us that, ii we will had been actively employed, had become idle and re- WASHINGTON MONUMENT LOTTERY,
price of Tickets will be advanced to the rate of $12 ; for money rapidly increasin.g Wl live )er cent. under throw forward tile period of redemption, they will take dndn--and he co,,tended tllat the last was the cause now draw<) ng ,n l timore. National tickets 16, an, *
until which tlmethe rate will continue, viz: such circumstances, satiate mercantile cupidity ? Or can five per cent. instead of six and seven. In other words, f tlte low rate of interest in this country-that it was Monnment 10, until Wednesday next. when the, rise
Whole tickets $10 00 | Quarters 2 50 it be inained that they will abandon a favorite and hr. they will exchange their six and seven per cent. stock, the effec of comparative adversity, rather than pros- to g17. Desires the _ratd capit:ds, there are
Halves 5 00 Kihth 1 25. redeemab ouce, e ce perity-that we had now lost much of that extensive and 1 0
tl be had in the greatest variety o0 num bers, w arranged rth e te l troo sed ? J udgi fro hul m an natu^ stock, redeemable t or tw elv ie years he tce. bA nd Ihal a c r ce w er a )la te o dm dicta 2 0,0 0 0
undraw n, at w n ,i, o ........ .... v ,.f \ .. ...... ... c ,, h. ; ........ ) w e uot accede t-o this proposition Is it n ot better that [nad e lo re; c al aln iu the cou. try t~ltan ctuid intmm diate- t ....


.... .., .. .. .... .. ...w .... .. should pay five per rcen than six and seven per cent ly lind prottable it vestment. Butwhenever interest is low 2 UUO
E s nicety o calculation, he was bound to yid te minute a honorable gentleman from onneticut, ( from this cause, it cannot be permanent If our corn- 5 5,000
Lottery and Exchange Office, to thle gentleman from New York, whose profound know- Tomlnsot) ad on a frter ay, ed a very plauslemrce sholtuld revive, of which there were some present 1 000
No, 114, Iarket street, Baltimore. ed e e en s toribly Symptomsd. His i or t' i lao < e y "d encouraging g prospects, tehen much ot 2ho i000
ledg-e on those topics had been so forciblyv evinced. His and imposing' arggurnent t(st this point-an argunteut smt 2n ecuaigposette nc o h .2,000
At Pohen's office more capital prizes have been ob main reliance, however, was on general principles, and which h I.d >de atoni inmpression upon 1 the hoIose a d money, now vested i tile funds,,will be demanded for 7 1000
taied than at any other office in America. e mut be ma'sldonedfeve.NoWr refusing to pben his accepted tine which, for the moment, Mr.M'D. said,made similar i- mercantile pursuit., by which, of course, the natural in 76 1,000
Orders from any part of the United States, ether ea if we fail to el i id to be the accepted time, pression upo him But ie was prepared to shew that terest of money will rise, and stock will fall. But :f, on and an im te.se number of 500, 100 &K. ll to be ead at
by mail or private convyyance, enciosinir the cast' or a ief Ilno mbacle i, h( opportunity to make so the genwleman's argument, when pushed if) its full ex- tile other hiand, tile present stagnation of com n ,rewT LE '
spostepaidwill.gooddaobargaine hS p e se t a i f
priz talrpicktmettehnv:.yn e, saenposigtheds rfoo asmay never again present itself. RalTenle of
prize tickets, pst paid, will meet the same punctual anI tent, would lead ta result diffret from that wiel uld conti:, thete present redundancy of capital eal e le o Fort .
prompt attention as if on persona! application, addressed Are we, then, reduced to te necessity of huckstering, hadsupposed.d le understood tlte gentlemantowch- lisconstantly(tnmiisiuig In tie naurl co1r-e Of Penus ha tcty
bat m Mn eOHiN Jr. th er-ing piawa y gaonde, t we s trior i inteligen tend that we oughttto wait ulil tile six and seven per things, it will seek Other investmentts ; it will Ila lIem- Where Wl orders w a be prom thl ate n ton, ,
J. L COH N, r. he eve-slepin viilacethesupeioruntl ienc ofploymnent in rauntflaetures, or in the purchase of wed
Secretary toth e M managers, l$altim ore h t.l c h o m niy n h ir m s e o edr o nt. to cka s be come m n oredeemab e a dthem An d, o ipten a1 pour v n or iio ivn6im
l30+irnore, april 6"- eo4t tcentclastofkshbecome redeeandabhiemostdevoted open at few tern lanids It will be subdivided tmawon whid ', o. al otrifrmingvegris
^ --- "^loanf ^ to^^ ^ rais theS motl toi 'S n~m ^~ redem hem A d, aidtheA 6



















FRIDAY, APRIL 5.
IN SENATE.
Several bills, heretofore received from the
other House, and referred to committees, were
reported without amendment.
The Senate again took up the resolutions sub.
limited by Mr. HOLMES, ofJ Maine, on the 2d inst.
and having modified the same, they were adopt-
ed, in the following form :
Resolved, Tlhat the IPresident of the United States be
requested to communicate to the Senate the expenses
ef building each vessel of war built at each navy yard or
other place in the United States, authorized by thie act o
the 2d January, 1813, and the acts supplementary there-
to ; distinguishing, in each vessel so built, the expenses
of timber, iron, copper, cordage, hemp, clo:h, and other
materials ; the amount paid to agents or superintend-
wiuts, specifying their names ; the amount paid for labor,
particularizing the sums paid to carpenters, mast makers,
boat builders, blockmakers, blacksmiths, armourers,
. caulkers, gun-carriage makers, sawyers, sail makers, and
riggers, and other laborers.
Resolved, That the President of the United States be
requested to communicate to the Senate the names, num-
ober, and grade of thlie officers, and the number of men
belonging to the navy, employed in, and attached to,
each navy yard and each naval station in the United
States, with the services each has performed, and the
compensation each has received, in pay, rations, and oth-
er emoluments, during the two last years, ending on the
Srrt of January last ; including the value of the benefit
to any officer, for the use or improvement of any pub-
lic property.
Resolved, That the information required by the above
resolutions be furnished to the Senate at the commence-
ment of the next session of Congress.
The Senate according to the order of the day,
took'up the bill supplementary to the act of last
session, t for the reliefof the purchasers of Pub-
lic Lands," (to extend the time to September,
1822, in which purchasers mny avail themselves.
of the provisions of that act.)
Mr. THOMAS explained the reasons which in-
duced the land committee to report this bill, and
the considerations which rendered, its passage
reasonable and proper.
Mr. CHANDLER offered a few remarks adverse
to*he policy of legislating any further on this
subject.
Messrs. Brown, of Ohio, Johnson of Kentucky,
Barton, and Walker, severally advocated the
justice and expediency of this bill, urging the
shortness of the time allowed, after the passage
of the late act, for the purchasers to make
the necessary application to the land offices, th'e
injustice of excluding a great p 'rtion of them,
who were actually unable to make application in
time, after the necessary instructions and forms
reached the different land offices, in preparing
and forwarding which much of the time allowed
by the act was consumed, and leaving very little
for a compliance with the law, by those for whose
relief it was intended, kec.
On motion of Mr. KIN', of N. Y who wished
gentlemen to have time to compare the provi-
sions of this bill with those of the act'of last ses.
-adon, the bill was postponed to Tuesday next.
The Senate then resumed the consideration of
the bill~to antend, the act granting the right of
pre-emption to certain settlers in the state of
Louisiana, and took up the amendments made
yesterday, in the committee of the whole. In
Considering these amendments, and the merits of
the bill generally, some debate arose, in which
Messrs. Johnson, of Louisiana, Lcwrie, Lanman,
Brown, of Louisiana, and Williams of Missis-
sippi joined. The amendments were all finally
agreed to, and the bill was ordered to be engross-
ed for a third reading.
The engrossed bills for the relief of the sure-
ties of Joseph Pettipool, and for the relief of Jo.
seph C. B.yd ; were severally read the third
time, passed, and sent to the House of Represen
tatives.
The Senate then resumed the consideration of

the bill to enable the holders of incomplete
French c Spaniih land titles in the state of Missou-
ri, to institute proceedings to try the validity i here-
of, and to obtain complete titles for the same
when found valid.
Several amendments had been made to this
bill when in committee of the whole, which now
presented themselves for the concurrence of the
Senate. Some of those amendments, and modi-
fications proposed to them, gave rise to a good
deal of debate, in the course. of which the merits
of the bill were 'incidentally discussed. Those
gentlemen who engaged in the debate, and were
most active in' settling its provisions, were
Messrs. Barton, Eaton, Baenton, Chandler, Tal-.
bot, Brown, of Lou. Barbour, Lowrie, Otis, Lan-
man, Williams,of Miss. Van Buren, Van Dyke,
Edwards, King, of N. Y. and Thomias. The a-
mendments were ultimately got through with,
and the bill was ordered to be engrossed and read
a third time without opposition.
The Senate then spent some time in the con-
sideration of Executive business, and then
Adjourned to Monday.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. RIxc, from the Committee on Claims,
reported a bill for the relief of Samuel Walker,
Joseph L. Dutton, John Marlen, Samuel Patter-
son, and Hannah Patterson ; which was twice
read and committed.
Mr. NEWTON, from the Committee on Com-
merce, to whom was referred a. bill from the
Senate for the relief of William Nott and others,
reported the same without amendment ; and it
was referred to a committee of the whole.
Mr. SrMITH, of Md. from the Committee ot
Ways and Means, reported a bill to carry into
effect an Indian treaty concluded at Chicago, and
a treaty made at Edwardsville; which was twice
read and ordered to be laid on the table.
Mr. COOK, from the Committee on Public
Lands, reported a bill tor the relief of William
Biggs ; which was twice read and committed.
Mr. COOK, from the same committee, report-
ed a bill confirming the title to a tract of land to
Alzira Dibrien and Sophia Hancock; which was
twice read, and ordered to be laid on the table.
On motion of Mr. STERLING, of New York, it
mm.as
Resolved That the Committee on the Public Lands
be instructedto inquire into the expediency of reducing
the compensation allowed to the surveyors of the public
lands, and to make further provisions to prevent fraud
aT;d mistakes in the surveying of the same.
The SPEAKEt laid before the House a commu-


nication from the Treasury Department, trans-
mitting copies of the statements of the several
banks, in the District of Columbia, exhibiting
their condition at the commencement of tile pre-
sent year ; which was ordered to be laid ona the
bthSee titld "an act sup-e.
'.1-he bill from ther Senate, titled "an act sup-


plementary to an act to alter the time of holding Mr. COCKE sai' we wer Il.J ti!a t| ie line LATEST FROM EUROPE.
the disuict court in Alaban.a," was read could riot re run in tle s iiter, b<-r:< tr;: chi,,,r ei, i
a third time end passed., itursiond, oete k ; : a ll s '. i SN. ;e Twi NV..TORKl., AP 1,.
ui i r e i s t o ,i d A e i e I 'uo h c k. i n a> i allsi ,. n Mp I. e l i f '
Mr. WulHTwr gave notice, that he shivuld, on thought it as gh ti,.e th:. Cong.e. should .rpse, The Eupphrates, which arrived yesterday, ;il-
.Monday next, ask leave to introduce a bild to and prevent this i.aste oft lile ;iiic -tr-astre. ed from 1 ,ivtrpocl on Saturday the 9th Fcbruary).
erect a monument to the me'nory of the late Ba- Mr. WILLIA rS'N re'" aa led, t.hat the peoliple of
ron de Kalb, in the city of Annapolis." Maine were as much dissatislhed wiIh tlh progress of' Capt. Sted:ard has favored us with papers of
An engrossed bil: to revive and continue in the Coimmssioners as the people of .nyt other part of that day, and and London papers to the cveniuni
force certain acts concerning the allowance of the fitted Stues could bIe. He observe i ta ill reply of thle 7th.
to a call which hal bee, irn.id,- o1 nte ir;secu tle at tall-
*pensions upon a relinquisihmenet of bounty lands, lessitn, .; rie sbj. u t of the 5t 1 aiiole, we ha l I ie, The B rhiish Pailianicnt was opened on the 5th
* was read a third time and passed assured that it ton d be concluded in ithe ctiise of thl by a speech from the King, in which he express-
A bill from the Senate to desii',ate the boon- elensui ing prii-, H -t" t! t tig lit, thct ii e,,. tilt. n.-t-i expoe-
daries of a land district, and for the establishment dient course wouldl be tto make tilel lpr.trtRiiot cail'd es the hope that the dillee ences on the continent
fur, so ai to hate tile business conclude-(ilrs tthoutt foutl-er will be ado st.d.
of a land office in the state of Indiana; a bill for deoa to -. .e .e usnes havehled wnt ftter w l be ads-.d.
- the establishment of an additional land office in The question was then taken on filling the New "'rges have bt-n Conimitted in Ire-
the state of Illinois ; and a bill to perfect certain brI k with the sum of 25,000 dllirs, antd negr- land. A conflict had taken place bet A'een the
locations and sales of public lanlIs in the state uf lived ; and the blank was filled with the aum of military and thie inhabitants of Kilinichael ; they
Missouri ; were twice read, and severally corn- 12,500 d.)llars. have since come Ioe waid to surrender their
* mitted to the Committee on the Public Lands, The clause to provide for ihe salaries of the armis as:1 take the oath of allegiance. It is saint
The bill from the Senate for the relief of Dan-: Cr.mtissiners, Secretrry, Clerk, and Messei- the only parish holding out is Ivcleary. On the
niel Carrol, of Duddington, and others, was ger, together with tile c. ntingent expenses ofthe 2d February, a dc,;per ate attack ais mnide by the
twice read, and referred to the Committee on two Cumnmissioncrs under the treaty with Spain," peasantry upon thu police of Chur'htown, iin
Claims. being under considcratin- Cork county. In thisi coadlct which lasted an
APPROPRIATIONS. Mr. Coc sF. animadverted upon the unnecessary and hour, with fire-airms, the rebrl, shot -a sentinel,
The house then resolved itself into a committee extravagant expenditure which hadIl been minurred under killed 4 other men, raid wounded lmtny tlser's,
ofthe whole on the unfinished business of yester- tile direction, as he understood, of the Secretary of the and carried off mnai; sitid of armis. The insilur-
day, (the general appropriation bill,) Mr. TOM- Spanish Commission, hut he made no motion, t.gents, to the number of one thousand, appro-ach
iMi. MI-Soa remarked that r'rnfi-mationlad be( h een ttely
LINSON in the chair. received that the Cortes of Spain had recognized the ed Newmarket, but, on the first tire of the illii
Mr. COCKE moved to strike out the provision independence of South America ;and if so, it was not tary, dispersed.
; for the additional compensation to the clerk- probable they would be anxious to encounter tie expense Letters from Madrid1 of January 28th, receiv-
in the office of the Superintendant of Indian of running the lie between this cu .,Ot'try aid Mexico.
Trade, as allowed bytheactofthe20thofAril Under this view,he moved to reduce thdie appropriation to ed at Paris, assert that the COR1LES HAV%1.
Trade, as allowed by the act o the 20thof April 15,000 instead of the sum of .iO3, 0, as recommended RECOGNIZED THE INDEPENDENCli
1818." The motion was supported by the mov- by the Committee of Ways and Me.ns.
er, and Mr. WILLIAMS, of N. C. and carried by The question wabstaken on the sum of g30,000, OF' THE SPANISH COLONIES, and have
alarge'majority. and negatived, decreed that the most expedient means for con-
Mr. COCKE moved to strike out the clause Mr. WALWORTH proposedto modify the clause, cluding commercial treaties with America b.
for the payment of balances due to officers of so as to confine the appropriation exclusively to forthwith undertaken.
the old internal revenue and direct tax ;" but, af- the commission to settle claims under the treaty, It is stated that the Cafftees are about to makc
ter some explanation by Mr. SMIHa of Md. the instead of the two con'missions. A discussion
motion was withdrawn. ofms,.me length ensued, in which Messrs. J. S. war upon the British settlement at Algoa Bay,
The clause providing for the salaries of foreign Johnston, Coeice, .Milnor, H'alworth, Buchanan, Cape of Good Hope.
twinisters being thunder consideration- Smith, of Md. airfieldd Gook, Rhea, and Ed- France.-It seems there have been insurrec.
Mr. MALLAuY suggested that he was not sa wards, of Cenn. took part; when the question :ionary movements at Brtst, Belfort, and Roche-
tisfied that it was necessary to send a minister to Lisbon, was taken, and the modification adopled-yes 78. frt; the military have been the principal lead-
and that a Charge d'Affaires would perhaps be sufficient. nd the military have bten the principal lead-
Hie therefore called for information on the subject from The question was then put on filling the blank i h
the Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means. with the sum of fifteen thousand dollars,and car- era. [ese risings, the French papers itformt
Mr. SMITH, of Md. in reply to the inquiries ried ; when, us (when they are allowed to hint at them) are
of Mr.MA.LARy, reviewed at considerableleng-th the poli- On moti-'n, the committee rose, reported pr o- put down; but, if so, it is only for the moment.
tical S commercial relations, which,for a long period,have gress, and obtained leave to sit again, and then [Liverpool Mercury.
subsisted between this country and Portugal. We had The House adjourned. PARIS, FB. 5
long exported, he said, vast quantities of flour to that RIS, B
country ; but at length the government laid a duty of We have advices from Madrid of January 28.
J2 per barrel on all the flour imported into that king. gj A mistake occurred yesterday in relation to the The governments has at length wisely acknow-
do, trom this country, and gave privileges and held suvey made by GeneralRector, which was of lands in pledged te independence of the South American
out inducemnents to the nobility to erect mills, which was tie state of Illinois, instead of the Territory of Miclhig-ani. te pdece of the South American
done, and ,hey were in a great measure supplied with States We have not yet obtained the articu
wheat from Poland. Our people exported no wheat. We omitted to state in the proceedings of the day, States. We have not yet obtained the particu.
l'hey manufactured it th mselves ; but the duty which that tihe object of thle amendment offered by Mr. Coox lars of this interesting event.
was intended as a prohibition, was severely felt, and our to the appropriation bill, on Trhursdtay last, and then ne- LONDON, FEB. 7.
government sent a minister to that court to obtain a gatived, was to appropriate S80000 to pay for surveys In consequence of the above intelligence, Co-
repeal of the duty. Ministers, however, are not always of the public land in the states of Illinois and Missouri,
the bestnego.iators in mercantile concerns; and the ob- and the Territory of Arkansas, which were made under lembian bonds, which were purchased this morn-
ject was not effected. But it was afterwards acconm- the direction of William Rector, the Surveyor General ing at 68, rose very rapidly, and 77 was refused
polished by a Consul General who was thoroughly ac- for those states and territory, beyond the amount author- for a considerable number on change this after-
quainted with commercial subjects aind the duty was ized to be surveyed, in consequence of a misinterpreta- noon.
taken off. Subsequently, the court was removed to Bra-, tion of the instructions of the Treasury Department The
zils, frou which it has recently returned to Europe. But grounds taken against the making tihe appropriation, LONDON, FEB. 5.
the duty of S2 per barrel has been renewed f'tr the were, that the surveys were unau horised by law, amd His Majesty proceeded this clay, with the usual
purpose of encouraging agriculture, and of giving it a that Congress was not bound to pay for it, and that it state, toopen the session of Parliament. In the
new direction, instead of cultivating almost exclusively had been represented lit he survyig as most poplar days of his late Majesty, we never
the vine. Thegovernment of that country has thugiit cldone, and ought not, even if authorized by law, to be most popular dayt o is late Majesty, we never
us to be hostile-particularly from the greater duties we paid for. Mr. C. turhed, at large, that an honest mistake witnessed a greater degree of interest excited in
imposed upon the wines of Madeira and Fayal, than up- of the officer ought not to be used to the prejudice ot the public mind. His Majesty having robed
on the wines of other countries. Large quantities of the honest laborers who had surveyed the land under with the customary ceremonies, entered the
corn are sent from this country to Madeira; and they are contracts made with a officer acting in the line of his Hlouse, attended by the Lord Great Chamber-
understood to be about petitioning the Cortes to impose duty, though by an honest error hle exceeded the amount
restrictions upon the importation of our corn ; and the of appropriations. Mr. Cok said there was the only le- lain, the Ushr of the Black RId, ard the oth
consequence may be, that we may be wholy deprived of gal evidence of the manner in whichthe work ha.l been officers of State. On his Majesty's entrance, the
the benefits of that trade. All attempts to reduce done, in its favor. The plats, he understood, inad been peers, who wore their robes, and of whom there
our enormous duties upon these wines' have hirherto returned and accepted ; and mere flying reports of fraud was a very numerous attendance, together with
been ineffectual, because they are drank by the should not overrule regular and official evidence, the peeresses, stood up. As ,oon as the Speak-
rich, without seeming to regard the importice 1
of ti:e trade. Mr. S. further observed thai he When Mr. WALWOTt mailde the report from the Mil- er iedc the members of the House of Commons
thought it expedient not to withhold the appropriation, tary Committee, in the House of Representatives rela- arrived, and advanced to the bar, his Majesty
inasmuch as the President had recommended the mea. tive to the reduction of the army in 1821, a few days ago, read the following speech with dignity, firmness,
sure ; and, should we refuse, the consequences and the Mr. CncKEn made a remark or two which were at thie and distinctness :
responsibility ofthatrefusal will rest upon us- time accidentally omitted to bepublished. lie said,that he
Mr. MALLARY remarked, that the oje-ct of took leave to inform the Holuuse, that the report now of- "ht Lords an Getleyou that con-
sending Ministers abroad was for the purposes, either of fetred was the report of a majority of only ore of thie "1 have tle satisfaction ot informing you. that I cor-
policy or commerce. in relation to policy, lie thought committee ; that this majoritv wa4 obtained by a change irite to receive from forie igs powers the strongest as-
a Minister was not e.esesary. The government of Por- of the members of the committee. When the resolution surances of their friendly disposition towards this coun-
tugal was not formidable, either at sea or on land. With directing the enquiry, wheth r the act of the 2d of try. It it impossible for me not to feel deeply interested
respect to commerce i. was evider', from the statement March, 1821, to reduce and fix the military peace es im aay event tha: may have a tendency to disturb the
oftie gentleman from Mary.and(Mr. Smith,) that a corm- tablishment of the United States, had been respected peace ot Europe My edeavors hare therefore been
mercia object, which a Minister could not effect, a Con- and carried into effect, was referred to the Commiittee directed, in conjunction with my allies, tt the settlement
sul General was competent to accomplish. Mr. M. there- on Military Affairs, a majority ties then decidedly of opin- of thle differences which have unfortunately arisen be-
fore thought a Charge des Affaires was adequate to the ion that tlhe act had been disregarded. tween the court of St. Petersburg and the Ottoman
object. There were twenty places in Europe where we. Porte, arid I have, reason to entertain hopes that these
setd no Minister, of more commercial importance to this This day is polished dla erencesill e satisfactorly adjusted, I rmy late i
country than Lisbon. Mr M. adverted to a statistic re- ton
port of the Secretary of the Treasury, to shew the su- THE PO R T F 0 LI O, from the loyalty hind attachment manifested by all classes
priority of the trade of other countries ; and he parti- FOR l.AIIJC. of my subjects. With this iinpression, it must be matter
cularly referred to Holland, Denmark, and Sweden. The of the deepest concern to me, that a spirit of outrage,
latter nation was certainly at least equal in dignity, and We bring, exulting, as the fruits refine, laich has lisen, aninll a nd s i soatc vpariolat of tnlte
stiperior.mn strengths, to Portugal, and was as well eti- Our monthly offerings to thm. public shr1 ine. country. an determine red to use all the means in my t
tied to expect a Minister from us as the latter govern- Disdain them not, ye patrons! nor decry power br tn'h protection of the persona ald property o
meant ; and with respect to the Brazils, he believed they Your country's arts; nr view with adverse eye. y loyal anthe peaceable j the pers ansd it ill bd property our
would emancipare themselves from the control of the Indulgent still, te rigid brw unbnd iy loyal ad pacnsideratble subion nd it will be fostingr yourlaws a
parent country, whenever they thought proper to dis- And e'en in censure show that you befriend. iedie conr thisideratipon, whether tie existanding tlwhis serious
solve th, connexion, and assume their independence. Mr. Prize not the skill of f oreigi reams loe, i n s purpose otwihsanding thi serus
Mallard concluded by moving to transpose the word Nor think it taste to sigm tie your on; faction f beon ol pubic thtranqullity, I have i el the satis.
Lisbon, so as to provide for a Charge des Affaires in that With generous bias lean to native art, bees pril ductive ol vetry beneicil eff ects; and all de-

coury, ead o lf a Minister. :rrin to td rather wrong your j gment than your heart scriptions of my people may confidently rely upon the
Mi. r, SMT replied, by re.r-r tr'igo tre Mies- 'ontehs. just and equal adtiristr'ation of the laws, and of my pa-
sage of the 'resident of the United States at the opening .' f MBELLISH.IENTS -Cu(.i of the session. He observed that Portugal had express- J. de Buois Guilbert.: from Ivanhoe. '"Gentlcten of the House of Co,nions:
ed a sincere desire to renew a friendly intercourse, and, Art. 1 Explanation of the Embellishment. "It is very gratifying to me to be able to inform you,
lie understood, had actually appointed a Minister to this 11 Letters from llhnoir. that, during the last year, the revenue has exceeded that
country. The gentleman from Vermont, (Mr. Mallary,) Ill The Ayrsre Family of t preceding, d appears to be in a course of pro-
had said that the trade with Portugal was unmmportant. IV Letters from an Engliihman in the United States. gressive irprovemenl. I have directed the estimatesof
iHe (Mr. S.) admitted it, and it was to restore it to im- V Aristotle. tile current year to ble laid before you. They have been
portance 6hat the mission was proposed. A charge des af- VI Sketches of India. frained with every attention to economy which the ciri-
.,ires might be adequate if, as in tlie case of Sweden, a VII Tle Death of Walter Selby cnmstances of the country will permit; and it will bessa-
treaty wasalreiady subsisting but we want a Minis-.er to Vll Odofr1ede, thIe Oultcast. yv S. B. H. Judah. tisfactory to you to learn, that 1 have been able to make
nrakea treaty, and a Charge des Affaires may afterwards IX Cooper on a course oh legal Stud.es. a large reduction in our annual expenditure, particularly
be sueotion of M. M A as further X Quarrels of Authors. Mr. Southse and Lord By- in our naval ard' military establishments.
The rotion of Mr. MALLARd was further sup. run. ,,\,ly Lod, and Gen'leni.
potted by Mr. GILMER, Itr. LIARDIN, and Mri, Xi HItughes's Travels in Sicily, Greece, and Albania. "I have thIe greatest pleasure in acquainting you, that
Ross, and opposed by Mr. W aIHT, Mr. Pots- Xll On National Greatness, a considerable improvement has taken pince;, in tie course
sa-TT, Mr. BALDWIN, Mr. Woodn, Mr RgeA, xll Plagiarisms of Lord ',yron. of the last year, in the commerce and manufacturesof the
Mr. ARnt Ea, MrV. FARE LLY, "Mr. WIonoN, X(V Literary intelhge'lce, the Family of Shiakspeare, United Kingdom, and that I can now state them to be, in
adMr. MR R d M-. SsrAf ; when the qua. Bowri'ng's Riussian Poets, Gnrtydon's Memoirs, Carey's their iportarnt brantiches, in a very flourishing condition
Mr. MEieOR, A,'and Mr.-tTH when the qu.-s- Aeriean Ailas, &c. Must at ttre same time deeply regret the depressed state
tion was taken, and the motion was negatived- x'- An Evening Ride of the agricultural interest. ThIe condition of aninterest
ayes 34. XVI Poetry, thie Rnse, ChI.lhhuod, Man, Othiello's so essentially connected with the prosperity of the coun-.
The question for expenses of carrying into ef- account of his Courtship l'arodied, Love, Apostrophe to try, will, of course, attract your early attention; and I
fet the fifth, sixth, and seventh articles of the Eton College, the Leg of Mutton. have the fullest reliance on your wisdoms in the conside-
feat the otith, nixth, and seventh articles ootn e C"'he Irie of the P-rl. Folio is 6 yearly ; cact No. ration nuf this important subject. I am persuaded, tlit in
Treaty of Ghen, being under consideration- is embellished with a splendid engraving. The volumes whatever measures you may adopt, you will bear cen.
Mr. CocKRE observed, that he should be op- for this year will contain illustrations of twIvnhoe ; and it stantly in mind, that,in the maintenance of our public cre.-
posed to making any further appropriation for that ob- is intended, if the public patronage warrant the expense, dit, all the best interests of this kingdom are equally in-
ject, untit hlie was informed that those Commissioners had to publish illustrations of all the novels by the Author volved; and that is by a steady adherence to that principle
settled their accounts. They had hieretofoe been call- uf Waverly." tat we have attained, and can alone expect to reserve
ed on, but only one class of them, to his knowledge, had HARRISON HALL, our high station among the nations of the world."
obnyed the call ; ais, among dhe charges it included, Agent, No. 16, South Fourth st. Philadelphia. After hearing theking's speech, the House ad-
was to be f u.d expenses incurred for fiat.'ooks,ai.d hish- *.* Subscriptions received in Washington by ned and met aain at five o'clock. The Earl
in -nets, aind bacon hanirms, and other like items, that did apeli 6- DAVIS & FORCE. journey, end met again *
not seem to be a proper expenditure for the nation. Tne of Roden, after some remarks, in echo to the
bursines thadi been already prricti d 8 years, almost as NOTICE. speech, moved an address, in the usual lorm,
long asi tookto destr..y trm ; and ftwego on, said hie, "'HIS is to give notice, that tlie subscriber hlath ob- thanking his Majesty for his gracious speech, and
appropriating f'romn essio s essin session, it will become a trained from the Orphans' Court of Prince George's recapitulating its t-peis: it was seconded by Lord
lie estate eto ise concerned, lie was averse to playing Counbty, in Marylnd. letters tcestameni-ary on the person. Wal.,inghamn; and, after some words frolt thle
any more unune) in their hands, until ihey had accounted al estate of Capt. ThomitsBrooke, late of said county, Mri oh Lansdown and the Earl of Liver-aol,
for what they had already received and he moved to deceased. Marquis o Landown an vepo,
fill the blank with the sumo of twelve thousand five hun- All persons having claims against the said deceased it was agreed to.


rdred dol HNsw, adverted to tiarned to exhibit tie same, with the vouch- In tie use of Commons, the usual address was car-
Mr. F. JONSON avcrtee to te law of th ers thereof (duly authenticated, tO the subscriber, on or In he Ios A o ne us
session that limits hi eir i .lowance to a specific salary, in before the 10th dayof October next; they may otherwise, red o i. iAn anmeidiet proposal by mS. Hume,
lieu of all otler expenses. by law, be excluded from all benefit of thie said estate. te of colonies; he wished to withdraw
Mr. BAL.DWIN) b,-licveod thltre htd been too la- Given under my hand this 4 h day of April, 1822. eadi totheistate of them and give i ritew ishd to withdraw
vish an expenditure ofthei public money ; nor would he WILLIAM A. HALL a buted e tric distresses in agriculture to an oppressive
i.,ow vote or the appn.priio.n, did he not fear thle pub- april 6- 6w executor of Thlomas Bruoke, ad ruiinous taxation, and a bd system of fiirce. Tile
lie service night suffer rfuro n the delay a refusal of it and ruinuus taxation, and a bad system oftfi nance The
lc service 11sigt sufiser tairness ne c tea rWietusha o -large minority on the amendment proposed indicated a
r:.ight occasion. It was a business connected with a fi PIV'TLVG strong disposition in thte House to entnrr on the subject ihe
g power, anl hie wished the concern might be Of every description executed at this Office. proposed.


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SATURDAY, APRIL 6.

The News. from Spain is of great interest in"
deed. If it be true that the Cortes of Spain has
acknowledged the Independence of the Nations
of South America, the act is a' magnanimous as
well as wise one, and worthy of regenerated
Spain. It is an act which is complete in itself,
and removes all apprehension for the continued:
independence of all Spanish America.

The Franklin Gazette has reverted to the sub.
ject of the attacks -upon Mr. Crawford through
its columns, with a temper which attracts our
respect; nothing being more worthy of admira-
tion than that frankness which disdains to persist
in the attempt to justify what is not to be de-
fended. But, with great deference to our worthy
friend at Philadelphia, it was tot the abstract
principle of appointments which was in contest
between us. We should not so readily have
ventured to qut s;ion, the principal s .f tbe writers,
for the Franklin Gazette,bec:iuse,in the abstract,
it is quite probable there is very little difference
bet eena us on any question which is really one
rl principle. What we objected to was, the iter.
action of insin'uations against Mr. Ciawford, sa
persevered in s to leave no doubt of a settled in,
tention to take front him that which is the dear-
est property of every public man, and of every
pri' .'e rman too-his reputation for purity and
integrity of character. With the editor of the
Guzettc, we are satisfied, it was a mere abstract
affair ; because we know he would rot join in the
persecution of any indi, idual, particularly theil
that person is an early and consistent Republi-
can, who has always enjoyed the confidence of
that party and the respect of all parties. If .ny
doubt had remained on the mind of the editor of
the Gazette on the real merits of this whole ques.
tion, we venture to say it has been before now
removed by the report of the committee on the
subject, which we published on Thursday.

We alluded, the other day, .to the fastidious.
ness of the Editor of the National Gazette. We
now have occasion to admire his modesty, whea
he compares himself with Phocion, in his attempt
to be severe upon us. It is very unfortunate that
a gentleman, for whose literary qualifications
we have always acknowledged out respect in
proportion to our own deficiency in that particu-
lar, should suffer his personal feeling to tinge
with acrimony every thing he writes. We shall
not retaliate his rudeness to us, which generates
in our breasts more sorrow than anger-sorrow
to see talents, which might be useful, so pertiz
naciously and wilfully misapplied.

$:7" The Rev. Mr. BAXTER will preach at St,
Patrick'q Church to-morrow at 11 o'clock,
IC?-ln consequence of the repairs which Dr.
Laurie's Church is undergoing-, Divine Service will be
performed to-morrow, in the Lancasterian School House
on 14th street, a Itttle north of the Church,
OC'fThe Rev. Mr. RYLAN& will perform Di.
vine Service in the Hall of the House of Representa.
tives, to-morrow morning, at 11 o'clock.
IC, The Rev. Mr. SPARKS will preach at the
Room over the Public Bath, to-morrow morning, to
.commence at 11 o'clock.
The members o!' the Unitarian Society are desired to
meet after the service.
April 6.

COLUMBIAN INSTITUTE.
A STrATED meeting of the Coiumbian Institute will
Sbe held at 5 o'clock this afternoon.
april 6- A. DICKINS, Sec.

SALT, GROCERIES, LEATHER, <'c.
THE subscriber has just received, at the old CGummer.
cial Warehouse, 650 biishils St. Ubes Salt. He has
in store, near the old Commerc;al Wharf, a general as-
sortment ot Groceries, Shoes, soal Leat:her. Nails, Cr,,ck.
crv Ware, Jamison's Crackers by the keg, &c. which he
will sell low for cash.
april 6-3t JAMES CLARE.

CHEAP CLOTHING,
JUST received from the Northward a supply of Cloth.
ing, suitable for the approaching season. Gentfe-
men going away hud better call and supply themselves,
as they can be recommended as being well made and of
the best quaity-- All which may be had at the United
States' Clothing Store, Pennsylvania avenue.
april 6-co2w
Genuine Garden Seeds at auction.
LHIS Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, at my Auction Rooms
S10 boxes Garden Seeds, containing, also, a variety
of Flower Seeds and Roots.
april 6- M POOR, auc.

WANTED,
A SITUATION by ayoming man who has a good know-
ledge of keeping books, &c. He has been lately
employed in theb c- utry. As he is desires of procur-
ing a permanent situation he would accept of a moderate
salary, and has no doubt but he would give satisfaction
to his employer. Satisfactory references as to charac,
ter, industry, and morals, can be given. A line address.
to H. S. through tie Post Office will be attended to.
april 6-eoit

TEACHERS WANTED.
WO single men completely qualified to instruct
youth in Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, the English
language grammati.ally, with Composition, Geography
with the use of maps, globes, &c.
It matters not where the applicants were born, by
whom taught, or wirere they have taught, to whom re-
lated, or by whom begot;" nor is it necessary that they
should torment themselves and their benefactors to pro-
cure long recommendations, as no attention whatever
will be paid to them. One month', experience will af.
ford more satisfaction than all the diplomas, high-sound-
ting titles, and recommendations (which a'-e generally
well calculated to deceive both parties) that can be ob-
tained in both Europe and America. They must be mo-
ral and industrious, able and willing to discharge their
duty. No others need apply.
ThIe situation *s respectable, healthy, and delightful.
Constant employment and a liberal salary wil be given.
Cuinmunncations, post paid, will be received until thi
24th inst. by JOHN McLEOI,
Principal of the Central Academy.
N. B. It is desirable that one ot the applicants :iould
know the French language.
april 6-wt24th


THult1Y DOLLARS REWARD.
R A away iroim thc suoscriber, living in Prince Wil-
liam C()utnty, Virginia, a.,n the 15'h of April last,
(1821,) a n.' ro grl, called. LTT NELSON, between
15 and 16 years old, low stature, dark comph xion, th ck
lips. Any person arresting the said girl, and dleliiermii
Ih r to me, or put her in jail 'and gi-ing me infb matioki
thereof, shall receive a reward ol 30 dollars
JOHN STORKR. Jtti,
'Prince Waliam County, Va. april 6-eo:t











.- AN ACT to amend the laws now in force as to ,heP i- --- ---A- ----- vessels drawing seventeen or eigihteen set water; -. -- -... ....-
nr.^ of u, i.;i l w 'it.' d rti,.i pruccss in th" Ciic..;.t ^ -"* ,g-.*t that is to say, loops of war. It % ill, also, as they
Courts ,f" the Uitd Satues it~uti, tn slat= t ".- :4,. ,, ,_-. .. ..., .'. '.El say, prevent an enemy from establishing them-" T^^ 19" ^a? 114-'"H
-- I.... 1 2 : .-- .'. nessee
,P... -' ifnessee. by the selves on Dauphine Island,by cutting a communi- .....
.. .e. t. -at d teUned Stat.s .J.iehcin. i cation between Like Pontchartrain and Mobile -- -
... "7- preser 'tati,,s of ih Un .ted St N ..-. ..m-._ RElPORT ON FORTIFICATIONS. Bv, while the fort will serve as a depot for naval mAKKs o yrl. 0R1,' oN. Y.
to- ".- -* ...'"Co n.7 ssas ',Tht In hand every caseitFN
1!11 .. e Cones .m hat eh and eve s stes, and for the stores and armament necessa- In i'troducit;g his resolution respecting defalca.
-".*. // Ill-.., -.-. where a citizen of any o'e o te Uited 1ates Hor., ,..p REPRISENTATIVES. ry for the protection of the coasting trade. tons uf public agent", m.icrh as',ed the House
l l ? ,. -s h a l l w i s h t o ec r nm e n c e a s u i t i h ( h c u i t F E R S N A I E .l c a- t o
Cu of shall wih t ed co Statesce a ut f i the irct The committee have given these subjects due of Representav,, e o, Vclnrd v last.
". Court of the Unted States for seIther the District Mr. EusT, fr.m the Committee on Military Af- consideration,and have also considered Dauphine fMr. Ke nLAND o vd, :.hat as the resolution
..3Y AUTH ORIT Y.onfandshato aso consiwerereferrend so. KtichL of'otile ved, :hat ai s t he resolu tion
BY AUT ITY of East or of West Tenne ssee, against two or fairs, to whom was referred so much of the Island in all its bearings and relations, and cannot contemplaicd i,,roducing a provision into our
more citizens of tde state of Tennessee, sme memorial ,f the Legislature of the state of believe them ofsufficient importance to justify an laws of anl usual car,.ctert, Iromi st otlbe deemed im.
[PTL I CTS.] whom reside in East and some in West Tennes- Alabama, and of certain citizens thereof, as r .iin -dollas which the properlfor 1hi" toassimg,b:edly,a[ lw ofthcreasous which
[U c ACS. se, it shall nd may beawful for such citizen to relates to foifictions, made the following re- l r of a million of dollas, w lhave induced him io pre,.ent it. i find, sd Mr. K. fi'om
AN ACT concerning' the commerce and navigation of cse t Cl u or in ret o tebrfitions, made the: allowing y work oen Daphine lIslnd, with ts ordnance a an exaninho "ot .tr statute bok, that ttre is no pro-
Florida. d th o he lertofm his r suit t issue I w -h h t e necessary fixtures, will probably requi e, without vision for the inuismment of public detaulters, an that
Be ft enacted by the Senate and House of Re. he may elect to commence his suit, to iss u- The Commitee on Military Affairs, to which i taking in*o view th subsequent expenses inci- they arc ntb.,ct to any penalty for thlie misapplication
Sresertttves of te United States of merircain plicate writs; one directed to the marsh was referred so uch t the nmoal of the Le dent thereto i en o t.e public oneysentlrusted to their
uors *ascemb!ed, That any ship or vessel Eas and the other to the marshal of West Ten- gislature 01 the state of Alabama, .and of certain Would a fort on Dauphin. Island effect the ob- care ; that they are responsible only it a pecuniary point
po ss e .st e of, a n dfsaii no fun d e re a S p a n is b reIis of c a r ; th a t t h e a re i r2 rem ed i t o n l yi i sa, c ;u p oin t
possd of, and sailing under, a Spanisessee; which writs it shall be th t f cities thereof, as relates to fortifications, have I jects contemplated by the engineers ? The com- in the usual tothe re aieen debt an cred ito, qtr t.
ter-on the'tenth day of July, one thousand eight respective marshals to execute and eIu a! considered those memorials with the attention minittee conceive that it could not. It is too tar recovery of the money which has bceu misanp[ed by
hundred and t/wenty-onre, and continuing to be- when returned they shall be docketed... and pro- due to the repcctable authority from whence dstant from the ship channel to aid in preventing the oficer ; that tiere is no punishment, no penalty, but
long wholly to a citizen or citizens of the United ceedcd min to judgment as one case only.- they have proceeded, and report : That thby a blockade ; nor c'n the fort on Mobile Point, al- such as exists between debtor and creito the ordi-
(,nnd rep rt:coaursey a lo kadf;nobcsintieeortoi M bie P incli ety I t isllt~~td-h. .:
States then residing within the territories ceded Sec. 2. Indibe itfarther enacted, That in each have received from the War Departmenta chart though near to the channel, entirely effect it. A nrycoureseof n'busiiessinsociety. Inte tee, r t
to the United States by the treaty of the twenty- and every case where a judgment has beenr- of the entrance of Mobile Bay ; from the Com- single sloop of war, lying at anchor within the ait pessnceis requtie ft coicer, for the
second of F'ebruary, one thousand eight hundred covered or may be hereafter recovered, ineio mittee of ys and Means a chart of the coast, bar, three miles distant from the fort, or in the haps nine out of ten, where the principal is insolvent, the
and nineteen, betweenthe United States and the of said CircuitCourts, it hall and may be lwu including the Mississippi, and the bay of Pensa- ay,outof gunshot of the fort, would effectually security.willbef bund unable torespund to the public;
King of Spain, the ratifications of which were for the plaintiff in any such action to cause is cola, furnished by the Commissioners ot the Na- blockade the bay, without being exposed to dan- and if it should somethnes fortunately happen, that th .
e h ed on the twenty-second of February, writ offiere facias, alias fieri tacias, or other pro- vy Board ; and a chart hy Curtis Lewis of Ala- ger from either fort security is solvent, what follows? A petion from the
n sand eight hundred and twenty-one, or cess of execution, to be directed and delivered to bama, describing the entrance into Mobile Bay, 'Will a fort on Dauphine Island protect the is fi setn forthistro anguale, the
abt thselcin a disalb h n r t t te utter ruoin t" hyimnsnelfaanol amihv, if he is compelled to
t9 any person or persons being, on the said twenty- the marshal of either East or cest "ennsscf with directtns for shipmasters to enter the bay, coasting trade from New Orleans ? Certainly it pay the money, and making a forcible, and frequently a
second ilay of February, an inhabitant, or inhabit- at his election; and it shall be the duty o s.c and pursue their course to the cities of Mobile cannot. The channel for coasting vessels has successful appeal to the sympathies of the House tfor re-
ants, of the said ceded territory, and who conti- marshal to whom the same may be directed, to and Blakeley, taken in 1820, apparently witi from four to five feet water, and is at least four lief. The cunseqInence is, that after great expenses in.
antsurrfdthe theandosecution a tabenhinrin2ial and security
nue to reside therein, and of which the master is do execution thereof, in the s.me manU",i d great accuracy. miles distant from the site of the rt on Daupire dich reaction of botncl hrind etr,
a citizen of the United States, or an il.habitant under the same penalties, tha e would be ithe From these charts, taken collectively, it ap- Island. The coasting trade cannot of course re- It is not believed, that there is enough h collected from,
as aforesaid, may be registered, enrolled, and judgment had been rendered in the court of e pears that there is a sand bar, at the distance of ceive protection from any force placed there, the public defaulters to pay the aggregate of the ex-
licensed, in the mannerprescribed by law ; and district ot which he is marsal o about fourmiles from Mobile Point, on which the Would a fort on Dauphine Island be able to de- pense incurred by the different prosecutions against the
lice sed it)the mann r'lres: PH LIP P. B RBO I?,fficers who have embezzled tile public money. it may
being so registered, enrolled, and licensed, shall SpeHLI IBrives depth of water is 16 feet : after passing the prive an enemy of anchorage u.der Pelican Isl- be sif r.K.vg emarkezy tha che he minterity
be denominated and deemed a ship or vessel of JOHN GAILLARaiD, bar, the water deepens to 18, 30, and 42 feet. and ? A sloop of war might anchor under that the officer, but this is found, in too many instance, a
the United States, and entitled to the same pnri- President of the Senate, pro tempore. After passing the point, it shoals again to 18. island, if the engineers' chart be correct, and poor security indeed. The documents upon your table
vileges and benefits : Provided, That it t' all be Washington, March 30, 1822-Approved, feet, where a ship that can pats the bar may lay might remain there. She would then be 35 miles shew most abundantly, that little, very little, trust is to
lawful f.,r the col!cctor to whom application shall JAMES MONROE. in perfect safety, being beyond gunshot of the ,distant from Mobileand could approach no nearer be placed in the integrity of many ofyour officers, who
d i s a n t f r o a t N 'l b i ~ ~ la d c u l d a p p o a c n o D e a c i a r e i n t r u s t e d w i t h t h e p u b l i c m u o n e y H e r e y o u fi n d
be made for a certificate of registry, enrolment, fort. From thence, put suing the ship channel, -for the western channel has only ten feet water, deuters fo -thousands andtens of thousands, n ountingd
or license, by any citizen or inhabitant, as afore- Grand Capitat Prize, 100,000 Dollars the water shoals gradually to ten feet ; from according to tli= engineers' chart, and but seven in thea.ggregate to millions. Thesedocumens, and the
said, to make such variations in the forms of the -- thence,tothe city of Mobile,distant about six miles according to Lewis. The chart last mentioned, daily information we have, in relation to the loss of our
oaths, certificates, and licenses, as shall render Managers' Ollicial Report in a direct course, the water shoals to 7 feet. and that from the Navy Office, give only 11 and public money, furnish lamentable proof of the entire
y want of moral principles in many of the ptiblie officers,
them applicable to the cases herein intended to Of the .Nineteenth Dl's rwing of the The ship channel pursues a circuitous route to 12 feet water to the entrance ; to the anchorage an ost shameful disregardny of their public officerusts.
be provided for : And provided, also, That every GRAND NATIONAL LOT'TE Y C, the city, in deep water; another channel, equally under Pelican Island, of course, not even a sloop Your public defaulters asre to be fo und, not only in the r-
such inhabitant, applying as aforesaid, shall, Fifth Class. deep, but more direct, leads to Blakeley: from of war can enter, if these charts be correct. It is my and navy, butin the civil department ; your coulee-
Drior to his being entitled to receive such certt- 979 7343 19060 29823 3918 whence it follows, that no ship of war larger than alleged that vessels drawing eight or nine feet tors of the revenue, marshals, district attornies, clerks of
licate of registry, enrollment, or license, dcpo- 276 40 729 344 804 a sloop can pais the bar, or approach the city of water, and mounting ten or twelve guns, may district and circuit courts, receivers of public moneys for
356 9,20 438 751 151 -Ifhwatero aldnmsunIding teeltorndwthoseemployedat
site, with the collector, the register and other pa- 413 985 509 734 455 Mob0ile nearer than 25 miles; the distance from pass through the western channel. If Lewvis's the sale of lands, Indian aents, and those employed to
pcrs under which such ship or vessel had been 107 601 20082 229 779 Mobile Point to the city is about 34 miles. chart be correct, they cannot; if that of the engi- havenousp evice e pe ae
navigated ; and also take and subscribe, before 348 158 6 1d 515 335 he distance from Mobile Point to Dauphine neers be correct, they may. Such vessels mnay, who has misapplied, (ift' tihe report of your officers true,)
the collector, (who is hereby authorized to ad- 176 58 498 Island is about 3- miles. The ship channel runs however, pass more conveniently in the night in S10,000 of moneys placed in his hands to pay the vete.
minister the same,) the following oath : I, A 196 8332 704 427 493 near to Mobile Point,within the range of shot fo the ship cnne, deep watand make their ar- In soldiers of the revolution-an act that should brand
8366 7 7 90632984o3 nar2o88bil49intw"tOnmhthene osshtpf'omtheshp cannlii depdee ,rpad mke her an- imwit pepetaliniry.Theprsen-"!s,"e so~
B, do swear (or affirm) that I willbe faithful and 142 763 549 237 897 the fort new building; this channel appears to be rangements at their leisure for an attack on the u inadeatetoseure te resr fro ro bh
bear true allegiance to the United States of A- 449 595 428 378 40423 at least 2, miles distant from the fort on Dau- city of Mobile or Blakeley, in the bay, and out of misconductofthepubhe ierh n: rois
merica, and that I do entirely renounce and ab- 209 415 903 751 416 phin Island, of course beyond gunshot of tha: gunshot of the fort... adequate to effect thisobject; and while we are,upon one
jure all allegiance and fidelity to every foreign 9786 552 831 388 273 Island. The engineers say, that the western channel hand, busily- engaged in devising ways and means to fill
prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty whatever, 953 s53 8603 875 743 The report of the engineers, in 1820, herewith, being one mile from the site of the fort on Dau- our Treasury, and while some of or most able, distLin*
and particularly to the King of Spain." 858 659 21746 31304 936 submitted, states, that a fort is erecting on Mo- pihine Island, such vessels would pass with very tingly upon the subect of retrenchment in the public
Sec 2. dnd beit further enacted, That the in- 289 786 t295-100 171 47 bile Point, to contain 108 guns, 54-of which are little annoyance from tihe shot of the fort, and expenditures; andd, h'rent committees are inquiring
habitantss of said ceded territory, who were resi- 874 162 817 859 78 intended to defend ag',inst an attack by water, that they can be prevented in no way but by a minutely, and with great vigilance, into the expendiures
dents thereofon the said twenty-second day of 4t 48 and 54 against an attack by land; thaton Dauphine boating force ;" from whence it follows that t.e in the various departments ofthe governmentn, there is
1 9 7 9 4 l a i g f rc f o h'e i o l w 74 1,d n Inm p er iucs n ecessity for m a k ing som e rnro vision w h ich
February, and who shall take the said oath, and 82 890 118 898 g 679 Island another fotr is intended to be erected, to immense fortification contemplated on this island saPmprore nefesty fur tai e Trs sr ovisioa which
who continue to reside therein, or citizens of the 299 250 671 1.3 8 contain an equal number of guns. could not have the effect of preventing such ves- loss by thTee enblzzlement andd isapplicatio of pub-
United States resident therein, shall be entitled 2614 282 816 990 41327 These foris, when completed and garrisoned, sels from entering the bay. The anchorage un- lic moneys, by those to whom they are intrust-
to all the benefits and privileges of owning ships 16 647 555 595 187 cannot be considered (as the engineer states,) a der Pelican Island may be entered, agreeably to ed. It would not, upon this occasion, said Mr. K.
or vessels of the United States, to all intents and 18 238 151 813 88 sutlicient protection against an enemy entering lthe engineers' chart, by vessels drawin.1 17 or 18 become me etogo minutely into the details ofa law mak-
168 S8 51 13 S6 ng hebec e ssary po v inutelysito guardetisour aPu l rea sua-
purposes,as if they were resident citizenisof the 966 -28 22482 32S69 484 the bay, without the aid of a floating force, in feet water ; but, according to the chart of the ry, and to secure fidelity in the public offers. This
United'States. 810 105 375 843 74 which opiniun your committee perfectly coin- Navy Commissioners, and that of Lewis, taken in would be the peculiar province of the highly respecta.
Sec..3. .d.beit furtherenacted, That, during 398 10181 155 99 732 cide-the ship channel being one mile wide, the 1820, thereare only 1 1 or 12 feet of water; and, if be committee, whose duty it willbe, by theresolution,
the term, of twelve years, to commence three 20187 7552 788 6974 178 course direct, and the water deep after passing these be correct, even sloops of war cannot enter, to make the inquiry, and to report a bill; but h e could not
months after the twenty-second day of February, 34.9 227 987 832 42453 che bar, so that vessels which can pass the bar Vessels drawing only ,8 or 9 feet water, and gfarbea ouern a few ideas upon the provisions which
one thousand eight-hundred and twenty-one, be- 457 275 738 920 7.30 might .pass in the night without fear of injury mounting 12 or 15 guns, must, as your commint- er entrusted with public moneys'- should consider the
ing the day of the exchange of the ratifications 63 895 7 892 114 from either fort, proceed on, and come to anchor tee apprehend, be built for the occasion. The trust sacred one ; no temptation, however strong-,
of said treaty, Spanish ships or vessels, coming 58 18 23792 3361 7 655 in 1 feet water, out of the reach of gunshot, and ste,,m frigate and gun boats herein recommend- should induce him to violate it. He ought to consider
laden only with the productions of Spanish growth 813 11755 677 629 15927 act either against Mobile or Blakeley,asmighlt be ed, would, in the opinion of the committee, prove his obligation to the public, paramount to every other.
or manufacture, directly from the ports of Spain, 203 701 6 558 868 .most convenient to his force. m, re erectual security against an enemy enter- No other relation society can have such strg claims
or her colonies, shall be admitted into the ports 543 813 238 275 905 The comnnitee feel no small degree of difi- ing the bay, than the 108 guns proposed to be ae committ d to hisPcare; and lie who willkne moneys
of Pensacola and St. Augustmine, in thesaid ceded 549 598 916 665 501 dence in offering an opinion on a subject which mounted on the land, and deliberately violate a trusts sacred, should beield
territory, in the same manner as ships and ves. 992 507 782 364228 99 has been considered by men of science in tihcir The objection to the occupation of Dauphine infamous, and no longer be admitted into the society of
sels of the United States, and without paying any 445 12590 24587 9145 4935 professional character; at the same time a sense Island by an enemy, and to his making an estlab- the honestLandtrtuous part of thecommunity. i would
other or higher duties on, their cargoes than by 454 473 313 592 726 of duty compels them to state their ideas on this lishment there, from whence to cut offthe coast- bhnor ,prtit, Mor trust.I w would immediately cause him
awnow are, or shall at thle time be made, paya. 448 *183-1000 956 647 .472 subject,as it is considered important by a respec- ing tr,.de bet.veen New Orleans and Mobile, cn- to be dim;ssedFrom public emplo. I would leave it
ble by citizens of the United States on similar 436 672 618 730 808 table state, and involves the nation in a heavy ex. sists in this: the water is not sufficiently deep. for discretionary with the court beforewhom a he wastried,
articles imported into said Pensacola or St. Au- 596 12 817 403 102 pense. him to be protected by his fleet, while'hi., oject upon his conviction, to cause him to be fined, or impri-
gustine, in ships and vesselsoflthe United States, 573 94 5 49 50 he committee are agreed that a strong fort a be muchned, or both, at the discretion of the court. Nay, sir,
from any of the ports or places of Spain, or herI 17 603 268 558 677 on Mobile Point is necessary. An attack by session of Cat Island, thirty miles distant from Iscretion fthe court, in very enorm wouls cases, to sein the
coloniesandswithout paying any higher tonnage 75 72 639 5 283 shipof war is not, in the opinion of the com- Lake Pottchartrain, and about fifty miles from the tence the culprit to the penitentiary. I Wold place
duty than by law now is, or at the time shall be 571 580 866 41477 mittee, to be apprehended; for, as they have al- east end of D.uiphine Island, where lar-e ships ofim beside the felon ho counterfeitsyour con, whoal
duty tha by lawnow is, r at tie thines 'nhallbe 753 12 3n515 565s1aZnCountefeits yor roie snhb al
1aid, on.any ship or vessel of the United states, 418 14513 524 3945 120 ready stated, no vessel of war larger than a sloop war may lay in safety, and from whence he m f" ters your public records, and whoforges your bank pa-
comrning from any port or place of Spain, or any 209 264, 2530 415 61 can pass the bart, & sloopsof war are not consider- completely intercept'their trad sngs-le oo9 per f1a i wuld not be too severe a punishment for
e i ." c .. .P iln'n .hoin his wild speculations, has used your money
of h.colonies, to said ports of Pensacola or St. 603 259 972 877 80, ed competent.to lay before a fort. A battery, of war, stationed at Cat or Ship Island, wou!d iotahe mu.o ts a s ofthosasmowh
Augustine. 775 55 393 8 11 cnta0ing0a small number of guns, would be a destrovtheir trade, withot risque, unless' prc- ap applied i t.o the aggrandizement of his famly, a
PHILIP P, BARBOUR,F7T8 596 21-1 6"' 3 2.T suffi~icnt force against any number of vessels of vented by a sripcrior naval force, who has ofr years riotedi.upon the fruits of his iniquity,
SpeakerottheIouseofRp sentatives. 691 76 804 70 89 thatdescription. It is true a sloop of war did The fort on Dauphine Island cannot be made li .i sle rdand show, and who, when he ikcall-
Pre, ,ient.cf tihe Senate,.pro tempore. 4578 15703 352 404 776 intprudently fire on the small fort on the Point in use of as a depot of naval stores, or armameIt or is calls for the public moneys with neglect and con-
Washington, March'0,.1822.-Approved, 889 382 172 605 367 the last war, and it is as true she was silncred defence of the coasting tra.e, because the depth tempt. As the raw nowsta dsthisvery fauter is eligi-
JAMES MONROE. 415 935 770 580 2.32 and taken. The fort may bc taken by land, and of water, [or nearly a mile distant f'roti the shore, be to public office ; and it is not, if be, (Mr. K.) was
YhA120 445 26600 482 u4n e 44,1. Aay be incom1moded by gun brigs brought with- will not a t or smallest vess.Sd sch i'l-.red, a very uncommon occurrence, that t ie
AN ACT supplemental to an act, entitled 1" An act au- 91 653) 679 779 750 i hebradou f shto1tefot n ota p acefdmitoursteedemalest vessels.Shyobieue uldicempsoyiand somrese itmeshc faewt
thorizing the disposal ofecertain lots of" public? ground 96t 16899 11 36022 501 .,.,.,,. hsf'nsa' enp ttoig tile Execu-
in the city of New Orleans and town of Mobile." 485 287 442 917 46541 throw shells into it, while an army is making its Point is in every respect preferable. The harbor success. Public defaulters are nown consideredme,'elv
Be it enacted by the Senate and Bouse of Re. 897 416 174 355 787 regular approaches. near the Point is good, and the water .,ufficiently in the light of unftrtunate debtors; as those, who, m .'
presentatives of the United States (f America in 34520 617 884 988 313 T he fort on Mobile Point is placed at the ex- deep for vessels to anchor near it, and to dis- course e of their business, have from events beyond their
Congress assembled, That the corporation of the 607 774 180 26 5 191 tremity of a narrow strip of land, three or four charge their cargoes with facility, control,; been rendered insolvent, and who are justly en-
on~rIss titeedltotTeasthmpathiesatbothooftth6e7p7blic80l26 of191 i
city of New.Orleans be, and are hereby, author- 943 707 161 510 860 miles long, and from half a mile.,to a mile wide. From the best view which th% confmittee have tvidualso I ithesahe, i th pulc d -
ized to appropriate so much of the lot of ground 798 479 133 21 378 The sea near it is suflcitly deep for the largest been able to take of the subject, it apocars to r should, in the view of teaws and in that of scietv-
97on 2whichFort St. Charles formerly stood, vessels. e eenl landd there from the ships, them that the fortification on D1) .uphin Island, be placed upon an equal footin with a hoest an.n-
be necessary for continuing Esplanade street to 5744 993 4562 289 63)9 an took tire 'small frt on the Point. Instead calculated to contain 108 guns, ought to be dis- fl'rtunate debtor, in whose behalf the whole community
tht Mississippi river ; and, also, to sell and con- 685 440 556 205 724 of the layge work which has been projected, to continued; that an enclosed work o SYbile mpathise., It istime, high time, that the laws should
.ey that portion of the said ground which lies be- 371 000 44 601 477T1. contain l08 guns, the. committee conceive that a Point, calculated to mount fifty or sixty pieces of sp'mv t faprovisioi had been in.
Io sidstee :te roees f uc al ..l.. s sm alsler worwk, with a steam frigate and gun heavy ordnance, with an adequate floatnltg force, mencententaof the 'vrmn,a smilar i itstI priion
low amdsreet : the proceeds of such sale shall 64 38 84 77 w,;o: ue: rd'' fo ^ -- -.eaefoti fr: ^^
be applied to6the purchase of the ground neces- 8 333 2 99 t, wuconstitute a better dcnce. A lloat- and twenty or thirty pieces (say 12, 18, and 24 to the one contemplated by the resolution now present-
sary for the opening of Victory street, and the 916 423 296 143 727 "ing force w ihl be peculiarly useful against an pounders) mounted, and deposited in an arsenal ed, it wnuld,'in all probabilhty, have sa ed to the nation
public walk and Elysian fields, and.to such other 893 18374' 933 214 910 "attack by land, as their guns would sweep the to be erected for that purpose, at M'ohile or f"roy thlaopionsof the p rslic money. Mr. ( anticipated
purpose as.the said corporation may deem ex- 51 77 7 1 93 p i l ond p vent vesd els f,'o an ikeey f, o c w ce t y be d r letaclhed, a h', ) v ery sahttar ef e
335 .4PHILPP. BABOUR, 2 7 86 69 army. Te guns for such a steam frigate, and which the boats or charge. of an enemy nmu ;t nc- a1 tste that w sr. houhl frbli an satute hooku
Speaker of the House of Representatives. 874 131 696 137 5866 the gun boats, with the steam apparatus, might cessariiy pass, in his approach to either of those sped *t "s tune that we shouive Iron, our salute book,
JOHN GAILLARD t 717 381 28687 942 889 bu deposited at the city of Mobile, or in the fort places, and to cover the floating fr c see z asto necpubli la,, ag, tt od a ell th ate
Pres'deno 1the Seat 'pr tepoe 4.31 807 725 38290 336 at the Point, ready to be mounted, and the frigate retr t^ would costt pime in*' c;!se of embezle the' Pubb' m"""*. (*l>.y should learn that
Washington, March 30, 1822.-Approvedl, 778 148 854 861 127 and boats constructed when occasion should re- b woatld constitute a suitable deeence for the they can no longer violate the sacred trust crammled to
JAMEgS MONROE. 7 68 714 859 86 15 w oa ay o Mobile, their charge with imuqmiiy. Mr. K. ,onrluled by ob-
405 368 54 360 215 qnire it. In the event of the fo:t bcing taken All which is rcspectfullv submitted. he an an m vote of the
AN ACT to authorize the re-conveyance of a tract of 295 338 646 331 49478 the floating force wouhl retreat into shoal water, Itmous in the adnption of the rsolhitiin, and he hoped
land to the City of New-York. 256 868 63 763 444 and prevent an attack on Mobile or Blakeley, as ..........-.. -.-.-............... the committee to whom it wouhi be ref-,rccd, would find
Be it enacted by tde Senate and House of Re- 982 512 936 756 472 the attack must be made by barges, no vessel. INFORMg t THIN '-ANT') "me to report a1) 11 atthe present session.
presentatives of the United States of America in 332 154 29405 22 899 : drawing more than seven feet water being able >* anv peso _............
C o n g r e ss a s se m b le d T h a t th e P r e s id e n t o f th e 7 9 6 7 1 9 4 to g o m a d ir e c t c o u r s e to th e c ity a n d in th e ,_ L 3 e r ( o n of m-rg l d e s l e o N )I" C E -.
United States be, and he hereby is, authorized, 439 5 659 730 356 circuitous route none drawing more than ten feet we:st New Jersey,) who tt't the b. ,'ih of ',ini'ato : '*.i"'1''*"o gi n e vot;ce, tirht the pnbscriber his otain.
whenever he shall have determined that the tract Those numbers to whic-" noum is'afftxedlare enti. water, out tenears a-o, I.. r ewil e ,'ec .i't' :,e t ed fIrm !',eo 'rph:ns' 'ort (,f rence (corge's
of land on and near the vest head of the Battery, tied to 13 dollars each. The report of the engineers states that t-; ob- 24,Sassafras (or hace) street, in the cily of lhldade'pni.a.. coJ,', at .'1 a' l h:it-rs (t :::hninq ^,'atio:n on the
(so called,) in the city of New York, heretofore All so'dbv Gillespie. Marked thus to a .... ,c1 ject of forts on Mobile Point, and on the eastern apr" #'2 2aw6t i .'.' ... '.,,": ,, ;e .l,.r st,,d ,t:c, !.te oa P'race
granted to the United States by the Mayor and in New York; thus ] in shares, one share to a gentlemn' point of Dauphine Island, are, to prevent the one- -.. ...... .,;^ ,; !,:,.-;h^" .
Corporation of said city, is no longer required as in Nach ez, e t, e er o ongresonetto Mess. n meceSE TEI a military position for the defence of the harbor mining on hmd; thus t to Messrs. P. I. & M. 1. Co- to prevent the iouttths of the river from being lTOLEN from the sul-sc;er, o on t ce the re te1 d av
anJ ci'y of New York, to cause the works, erected hen, Richmond, Va..-:dl ordered from thiis ofiee, blockaded ; to secure the communication between: .. st. lk... uy ... "'- y ar', a t .,.. ...... _-. ., -, ., by. Lclud-


jincts or is woantwo nh hWaov cv ,nw 1hmO o
thereon to be dismantled, and the rnatetials there- The Lottery will draw again on Wednesday next, at New Orleans and Moabile B'y. ally he "l ted, a ,d *.."herq ', ,',:I ','I'" i i '' ,?
ofto be disposed of, in such manner as in his 9 o'clock, A. M. atthe Mayor oicc. The fort on Dauphine ..nd is intended to de- ofner nrsh ne t hl;e hN9oce ck, .h Ae ,tM *, h.
judgment the public interests may require ; and ics areas in proi.c or iirin end the wsern channel, wich they sate to be neck by the bic. She s t ,,.
Orders, enclosid cash or prize tickes.' or Wi mn;l:i:, fend toe wesern chavnchl, which they smate to he neck by the b '" e she Iwo e ,x!, .it,, a :'.,pinow wl, h.:t .-'g;.
to re-convey to the said Mayor and Corporation fa e of h kets, /ill meet as promprt ttenton u: if per- one mile di:atant, an ,d having a depth ol water of s" mal'! white sp o e ......, ..,. ,.. ,.'.. .
td ;i; er form rather dolicam ., ii, ,'c ;w -., o r,.,:r "o"t"l'- ",! ," ,' ., .., ,' !t ,
tih' said tract of land, granted by them for the sonal application was .nade, a purposes aforesaid. D. G(,1. :..- ; -'s .' according to Lewis, through which vessels con- c orv rde v ,. ".< '":f n: -., t.." "{ ." ; "'. "* -
PHILIP P. BARBOUR, Fov W"Okt,? Too .M .!. [,-r ,Se X .. :
S Pe I tIl P. A O n F riW tf ." structedl otr" the purpose and drawing frnm 8 to be giv.n, n, ;.ll re'.:i:,a e<' *:- .' '. n ; p '.: ', :,'; ':.: -, .... .*-, .
Speaker o the Ho se o Representatives. Pen ylvania avenue, nw, .on ct w after, a d mounting 12 or 15 guns, might b uIngI to conv:Iiction the ticf, ,,..,- I I V;;I. i 1:- ,t ;, :. i ,. e : .
JOHN GAILeLARtD, o rThe holders of prizes are reested .onn2 '- en ctde bay. it wilasho,y h pa. .
P.resddenr of beSenate, pro tempore, orp eent ^ m et ae>.t! t, c m"'.t, .. (epr'o 1,. ^" ,,. or I 1,:;.,
WiVshington, March :;0, 1822,-Approved, ,ffices.Alt he--or p y r,-''.e enemy's vessels of the anchorage under li- Prie rn Vi n r .. 2. ,
JAMES MONROE, a ,n iland, which anchorage they state: to ble lit bfor.; -,. ,, "' 'i';. iT ;.!' : ,:


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