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Title: National intelligencer
Uniform Title: National intelligencer (Washington, D.C. 1810)
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Publisher: Joseph Gales
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Creation Date: November 19, 1822
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Vol. XXIII. WASHINGVONN; TUESDAY NOVEMiBER 19, 1822


PUBLISHED BY GALES &SEATON,
THIIEE TIMES A WEIEK IJUiING- THE SESSION OF CONIGRES
AND TWICE A WEEK IN THIE RECESS.
Price for a year,- ix dollar. ? Pk
Sfor six mrnotus,- 'bur dollars 5 ble in advance
< T- The difficulty and great loss encountered in col.
;l.eiung moneys due to us from our distant and widely
scaltered subscribers, have brought us to a determination,
ad ited with reluctance, but which seems to be the on-
ly alternative to absolute ruin. At this moment, with a
I due on our books that exceeds belief, we are ..i-
edto go in debt for the means of carrying on our busi.
n.A. There is but one way of avoiding" thi>, and wec
ni-tst, of necessity resort to it. It is as follows :
1st. From this day, the rule requiring from ne, -
szribers payment in advance, is made absolute, and must
be inviolable,
d. All sucs iSubscriptions, beyond the limits of t!,ns Dis.
triCn, ill,..*r ,- 0 ,l' ,-, h- cndered as ending on the
*day <:. *s ..1 .re -: 44. ;U i which flay, unless.
T '.. 17, 1 -0' L -. -:.. 1 ,I .'r tl .. arlded,tor the iti dllit -
ation or renewal of the subscriptions, the papers will nc
longer be transmitted.
These rules do not apply to our present long standing
subscribers, from whom payment is expected in advance,
as heretofore, but without exacting precision as to the
day. Regular and punctual payment, however on their
part, will save to them and us much trouble.
( The several Agents for the National Intelligencer
nre respectfully requested to give the necessary attention
to the above ,rules. G. & S.


MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18.


ADDITIONAL ELECTION RETURNS.
In the state of New York, JOHN W. TAYLOR,
-LEwis EATroN, SILAS WOOD, and SAMUEL LAW-
RtENCE, are elected Representatives in the Eigh
teenth Congress, in addition to those already an-
nounced.
In the state of Massachusetts, SAMUEL LA-
TInRo and AARON HOBART are elected, besides
those already announced, to be Members of the
Eighteenth Congress.

We observe that a proposition is made in the
New York papers to call a Town Meeting, to
stimulate the government to more vigorous mea-
sures for the destruction of pirates in the West
Indian Seas. For this atrocious crime, none can
have less charity than we. If too little.has been
done by the government, in the opinion of the
merchants of New York, it is their right to re-
-monstrate and to blame. -Under -the weight of

t .may be some consolation, howe, to those
*who administer the government, thap Eiurope is
*awarding thanks to us for having done so much
-towards repressing those piracies, in comparison
"with the little which, with her gigantic navies, she
tias been able to accomplish.
But, is there not some injustice in the reproach
of inactivity and indifference, applied to the Ex-
Pcutive, in regard to this matter ? When we
see how many cruizers.we have had out during
the past season, in defiance of the dangers of that
climate; and when we look at what they have
done, remembering at how great a sacrifice of
life it has been wrought, we do not think it is just
natter of complaint that more remains to be
done. We confess we almost wish less had been
done, than that it should have cost us so dear.
The report of the Naval Court of Inquiry, which
will be found on the preceding page, is an official
record of the fatality of that service to our gal-
lant youth and brave seamen. No enemy has ever
yet dealt desolation so profusely among them as
has the pestilential climate of the West Indies,
congenial to the murderous crime it nourishes.
Not to attempt an enumeration of all our losses,
by the government having exerted itself to put
down the pirates, the cruize of the Peacock is a
most impressive instance of them. She sailed
fi-rom our Navy Yard, with a complement of fine
officers, in the prime of joyous youth, all health,
spirits, enterprise, chivalry. After sixty (lays' ser-
vice on the coast of Cuba and thereabouts, she re-
turns to Norfolk, and has lost more than half of
her officers, and many of her crew! Has not the
sacrifice been too great to allow us to wish that
more victims had been offered ?
The season approaches which is more fitfor ac-
five operations, and we have no doubt they are in
contemplation of the government.

Washington Race Course.-We are informed
that an accurate measurement of the Course,
which has lately been made by a skilful gentle-
man, at five feet outside of the inner line (about the
usual track of the foremost horse) establishes the
length of the course to be one mile, wanting six
feet and a few inches.

PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 16.-Mr. Strickiand, the
Architect of the New Theatre, yesterday deliver-
ed the keys of the building to the Trustees ; hav-
ing completed his contract twenty days before the
stipulated period expired.
Marble of an excellent quality has recently
been excavated from the lands of Mr. Jacob Stien-
man, in Lancaster county.

A stable was recently burnt in Cincinnati,
Ohio. The owner ofa contiguous house sustain-
ed considerable loss by the hasty removal of his
furniture. Some pers .ns were so inconsiderate
as to throw crockery-itwre and the toindow-salh--
,:s from the second story to the ground, for the
purpose of prcserving them .


No-. E "S.


FROM COLOMBIA. Co I Ituica ~i~o THE POLAR VERGE. PROPOSALS

Nonrmma Nov. 14.-Anintelligent gentleman SUN-SET. ILRM THE WE:STERN SPY AN t LITERARY CA)DET. Athens, A lphi, and Chii. ohn O. wi b
whlo arrived here last night, in the schooner Dart, MESSRaS. EDITrons: One of your papers, of re- received at this Office until the 1st day of Janua-
who arrived here last night, n schooner rt, The weary Son ahth sunk to rest cent date, contains 0so1e account of the suflbrinas ry next. The aiui is to be car iedaLths a a
. Capt. Bragg, from Carthagena, which place he Be Ise abtc of the sufferings ry newk The a,-1 is o be caried ;i a
. Capt. Brags, from Carthagena, which place le neoith the nikoniiitmii'S shad'wy br-ow of Lieut. Franklin and his party, on their jouriiey week.
* left on the 23d October, states the following as He slowly sinks into the West, 'to tile west, a'-I and north, from Hirlson's Leave Marietta on Vdneseay and Saturd:y
the respective positions of the Patriot forces, at But leaves behindd a summer glow, Bayi 1819, i, ~;by which account at 6 a TL and arrive at Chiliicothe on i thursday
the time of his sailing : General Montilla, who That tells of his bright presence fled, it appears that he pas Ised thr ug avery dreary and Sunday by 6 iay
had just been appointed Commander in of ian ofthe i ad unproductive country, in consequence of Leave Chillicthe every Friday and Tuesday
all the forces employed or to be employed on the Her dy mantle o'er the scene however, find nolling in thger account privat on. I at 6 am and arrive aby Marietta oo Sacttoura an
sea-board, was at Rio de la Hacha, with 500 men, In the blue Deep h-er Tforml he a.s, r i tile pinciples inculcated in m nce Wednesda y the 6 p5l of Jauta y next, and end th
and momently expected to be joined by 400 Audl, noisles s a Drea ilar the Earth for I contendthat LiutV Franklin's S day Decembe r, 83d en th
l" J *' i Hertierb-cv sufliused it tes,'s; h E more, under the command of Col. Rainos, who She pensive glides along th gSeen party would have found a climate temperate, and General Post Oftice, nor i 5-w6w
was then onhis march from Mompoxl; Gen. Paez Of far-extended plains he.ween, amiiy productive of food, had they proceeded
was engaged in the siege of Porto Cavello, and And sheds her baI)oy presence o'er down any of the inner neridians which they may Pi0OPO. 1. ,
General Soublette between Valencia and Ca-a Thte land that Pbuas parhe,"I beclre hs h y.r e rl.nbe re:e e _, Je 19th ie-.by the
Upon her virgin brow a star ;Teates Western distance." By the party's pur- ilarans c n >cor, pr suppping tihe Asi n
Sraccas. I ,o!. ,,.-n to,1iin ...-r. S n a cr-se v> cst, norihev.st, and north, they -,'b te o e w m pr ian,:. ,r em:e:r*, viz:
Thl last advices received at Carthagena, from As if his pensive ig liere '..-:.-: tin the ost ,:-ie region ol *he s->here .,.i pii
Morales, stated that he had marched from Mara- Was meant to guard a world so fair. --v,'hich I cintLend exists along the ieigibolo otea s a'nd Flck
caibo into the interior, upon a secret expedition, Enamoured of iher loveliness, of the apparent verge, and between it and the real 'hins
leaving two hundred me to prison that lace He lives but in her fond cares, verge. This region they should have crossed with 1u t'-rk per arrel
leaving two hundred men to.garrison that place. And, when she mekly bids adieu t gratst expedition practicable.; and they e t te u Asyium. Proposs be eft wh
Our informant thinks there must be some error in To all the world, her Lover too, should have selected a season when the migrating e Guardians, or with he S,.crctary.
the information recently received by letters from Sleepless neatr the spot lie mourns, rcider cross those "barren grounds," that they no1 18-1 I td eerialtuE
Laguira, representing Morales as having landed, Like early Love it Meim'ry's shrine'. might not wwant for food or good footing on icy -ary
-But oft ag;;n her for'n r1eturs, blrid*ges over the latkesu andl the dshouhl alsohaveF-UNNh,, h Wi c
fifteen or sixteen miles below that place, about Andt oft rein e tirjoys divine, pursued c e the ourse tos e dee, in order e .e Winchtester ee
the 15th October, fifteen hundreds d men, with the Not thus, in nleeti:,g Life's onng 10 reach the imer temperate climates with i .: .cat- o Nioe th i(nsl a silor si onf, m ey, (nic b net
intention of attacking it and Caraccas ;, as he When minglisn heicarts delight to biltn'.; est expedition, cription i, and patavcrus ,n.
considers it highly improbable he could have pas- Our tbudestjis once p),ssed away, The circumstance of Licut. Franklin's being EDWARD McGU1I-.
sed from Maracaibo to that part of the coast with- Irmturn no mor- t to leit. S. able to travel from 1 819 to 182, in the vicini ty of W'clester, nov 14 12t
out first having an encounter with Mntilla or OLD TINGS NEW VAMPED te apparent verge-which vicinity the principles ST'EAM ENGNE.
out first having an encounter with Mlontilla or OLD THINGS NEW VAMPED. ofiny Theo-y indicate to be the iinist inclem'n ({ e. s, Liea t it4di"s-. at 4 o'clock, P. ,'I. attlie
Soublette, who were anxiously watching his move- h- my Theory mdicate to be tle most inclemen< unday, toe 4J, is. at4o'clockP.1.at de
Sousblette, who were anxiously watching, his move- portion of the sphere-is, to me, a proof that the '. aaeri, in th Street, above Gall,,,h
ments. AcconD.-Rare in orchestras, in political as- sterile country to be crossed in ,riac ing t .tre, laelp, wl sh, close a coinc,..,ita
Morales' naval force, consisting of two 44 gun semblies, and every where, when it is a question tive pat of te c e, ffetrs less difficulty e
g ttie progress cirosa it, than I had before found tlit hit s, u ow ii d el tO' DANI EL b.GE, nnf
frigates, one brig of 32 guns, four or five schoon- of N Ltionizir ounds r latdres gt t at fo- *n the progress across it, thani I had before found iL c ,c
rs, a MIXST.RAORS- len who ought to aCt treason to anticipate. Respectfily, ", abotaa yar iln a saw-tit, said worke' wel l e ter
ers, and several flecheras, afforded, however, a the ge, I good, but wit! too frequently think tJOpa lesecl l Sly' MM S. atas y ine a saw-nli, a!d woike i wellac s od asi
great facility for debarkingand landing his troops only of their own. Newport, Oct. 30, 1822. utv Y, and l mley bC ar teliatiapplyangs a,0 aboe., er
-as the Patriot squadron consisted of only two ADOPTION-An act whi-h repairs the errors of an approved endorsed note e6 mniot,-o.
brigs, since the raising of the blockade of Porto nature, of fortune, and of eve. See a Map of the Northern Verge, published as a T. WAGNEF
ADrMIRERS-BUZZing imllects, wlh' hoveler round Suppileient to the Western Spy, of Sept. 14. Phi adelphi, nov 18-dt23.1 auction 5
Cabello, and could not make even a show of op- and orm a part of the extence of a pretty we- T '
position. man, a divine, or head of: department. 7e Aariana Tlora.-In the Circuit Court of RUN,'WAY NiGRO.
Gen. Bolivar was at Guayaquil, about one hun- AonuATiox-Homage vhich we render to the the United States in Boston, on Monday, the AS comsitued to tie ja.l ufvV.iigon cour-, in
dred and forty miles south-south-west of Quito, Creator, and too often to he creature. Hon. Judge Story delivered the opinion of the laway, a yeow womn by
and two expresses had been despatched by gov- AnDD ssES-A saddle i)r all horses. H. has Court in the case of the United States and Robert is 4 feet 1 inches high, about t3 (orI 33 years s-f a,:a
his hobby horse: mount hi and ride. F. Stockton, comnmamder of the U. S. schooner on, when cumniited, an uld straw bomnnei, strop., .- n
ernment, requiring his immediate return to Co- ADVERSITY-The crucille of man ; there he Alligator, Libellants, vs. the Portuguese ship Ma- and wool frock, coarse listen h.ift, a d did shot; .
lombia. Much dissatisfaction was anticipated on evaporates, or there he is purified. riana Flora. An appeal (says the Boston Daily she was sold by Richard iniers, of Charls crc .i I.
the part of the Congress at his late movements. MRcHAdNTS-Republica sprigs of nobility : Advertiser) had been entered by the Libellant, about two arm s mad e r be- ap I am te
Our informant speaks a language by no means men who we must suppope never cheat, as they from that part of the decree of the District Court describted woman is c(lqnested to cone alnd p:o vef e,:
flattering, as to the progress of the Patriots in are continually talking of honor and good faith, 'vich awarded damages against the captors. ake heraway, or sme wi.tbe sold ior hi., jaltf.
Ztie iamid who are sire 1o passa a r Iea i nen, when they That part of the decree whicli ordered restitution lirth expenses, as the law Jirects,
those qualifications necessary to constitute them have sufficiently killed tir covers to drive their of the vessel and cargo, was not appealed from. C. TIPPETT, for
a free and happy Republican people. duns. Good or bad, tl.y are as necessary in a An argument has been had at the present termin -eo3tING L),
He also states that he is. not surprised at the state as tle circulation blood is to tie body. of this Court by Messrs. Webster andi Blake for nv.rs
numerous exaggerated accounts received in this AmRCuT-rU'trE-An art which many tdo not the captors, and by Messrs. Prescott& J. Knapp, Jainvile .,iita isior rau. '
country, relative to the progress of their arms, or know the value of, umtil th-..- begin to feel the for tile claitnants. TIe Ilon. Judge wNas of opin- virtue ot a (teed n ete s t
,. wa .f ba ion, that the conduct of the Mariana Flora ca-. Ct- "
iheir-aritancement int e- -,[-- civilized li-fs AomUti a oef k, a i.s hto render the cailttire altT, na a at- ..- 'J .. "
when it is almost impossible for a person on the -.c by ne m a li vl though under the circumstances disclosed on ex- t bi ii d au e td o -:,ve- /"
spot to derive any correct information of passing its natural productions. ammniation after the capture, Captain Stockto n tale, tt Dan.vile Mi t i t .. to o ..iivile',
events.-Beacon. ANCESTORs-TTo boast of the virtues of our an-- might have released her at sea, yet he was not at the head of the present n tion or au rer,
Scestors is like going to thie root of the tree for the bound so to do, but had a right to send her in, for winhecebatteauxt o 75 to ItU baha.is cftlo r burthen
tfrui.,t wsicih otht to be foind mni tie branches, adjudication. He therefore reversed the decree 'lescncal diths ts ciitot tti ( .lefifas ot .,Ronolke. d"ime
THE SICKNESS AT PENSACOLA. AL Tablets of vanity ; archi os of pride of the Dista-ict Jud e, awarding daages,cetain be finish i is a iutun-- tle 'ot
-- and tflatterv. dered that each prty should sustain his ow.n as so long retarded the development of tbtico,.n-,er.
Extract from a letter written by,a lady in the vici- ALLY2A n enemy. I am here," said an Eng- costs. An appeal from this decision of the Cir- cial advantages of' the country bordering on t:se wa-
nity of Pensacola, dated Sept. 30, 1822. lishman, of good faith, to a I1rench royalist, "as cult Court was claimed and granted to the Su- tears, and wiict will open a direct comniunicadi.-oih
god faitie towns on tae Alberarie snd, annd a roada ii;d,
"Oh, how much reason for gratitude have I, your ally-when can 1 come is your friend ?" preme Court of the United States. te tNortoik, the Albet ar;iSt oar biaidsth ii ra \ r,:i a
that, amidst all tihe ravages of sickness and death CONNOISSEUR-A man wcio is neither poet, 'he transportation of t-hur to the sea-bouard will Tl1 at-
which has almost depopulated the ill-fated cityof painter, orator, or musician : yet he will make Female Intrepidity.-The Salem paper, in giving tended witi about the same expense, as tromi sin:nuar
Pensacola, my dear family are all preserved in verses,judge paintings, (see criticisms on the Bal an account of a fire at Hamilton, notices the fol- situations on Jarimes river, wmi:te wheat can be purchla,.-td
health and safety. Few places, I believe, were timore exhibition,) hum the black joke, which he lowing instance of intrepidity in female. The fire at from 40 to 50 cents per bushel less in ordnry crop
ever visited with a more dreadful calamity. The prefers to any of Steibelt's best pieces, and, O, was discovered about 4 o'clock, in the mrimng. years. 'e mils are surrodumed by an txto i;e rad
spread and fatality of the fever has exceeded any gods ye gods li he thinks himself a Demosthenes, Thehousewasalready envelopedinflames. Part o0f 1 t cu tr, o uctise in at fa ie
thing I have ever heard. It seems like the sweep- and is a member of the Academy of .-ts. ittwasoccupied by Mrs.Margaret Lumus, a widow, river below does not gpay a sufficie:s iil t,h1n v.atr l r
ing desolation of the plague. A large number of ANECDOTE-The wit of old .iten and the charm with five children, the eldest on a sick bed. Mrs. the purposes of machinery, nor can la Ouis ab.e pes1.ion
the most respectable A ermicans have fallen vie- of women and children. L. with great fortitude, after having conveyed be had tor nearly 40 miles above. The pre... re'-
tims to the disease, and nearly all the lower class APOTHECARY-A Charlatan, who prepares her sick laughter to a building near by, and ex- procementos c-nsit om a distillery capable oi plod-cing
who remained in the city. We have had most drugs he knows nothing of for the purpose of be- tricated her other children from the fames, re- 60 gallons of wthiikey per day,; a saw ir, io si i wt eos
distressing accounts of he neglect of the sick, ing crammed into a body lie knows less of. turned, and, at the risk of her life, directed by and a mailacturmig mil that runs two pair of rst s;
owing to the small number remaining in health. A IlULL-The material part of a ship ; the noblest the cries of a child, proceeded into one of the all new and m complete order for operation. Tie. sad,.
number of instances have occurred where both work of the United States' architect. Pride of chambers, and brought out a child of a Captain cent country abounds in building tunber of t,.h tiliest
parents were taken away, leaving little children the Navy. Steady, boys, steady ; no yawing Dodge, front the midst of the flames, The whole quality, and the smrali streams, being, litble to be much
rrJ JJ w l -iatnira of ptim Dod o ected by ndroughts, oc aitlts, pDat tictiolm tie Sum-
far fsrom'any connections, I-r friends, except such let the squall of Calumny pipe and be d---d: of the two families, consisting of Captain Dodge0, e y iroug ,oc -sies, p, i n ry nth e -61
as their helpless situation must create. To me it give the quick-sands of Jealousy a birth, and 'll his wife, and two children, Mrs. Lumus, and five milns. T he perpendiculir fait in he river, forum t
seems like a painful dream that in t few weeks answer for it that, at his meridian, our brave Ca p- children, escaped, naked and destitute. The head of the canl to the mouth ot thee no, waste is iA
such a change could have taken place, wliere, tai will be safe moored in is favorite port- building was consumed, with all its contents, ex- feet, and the pr. prietors hold the exclusive uts ofxhe
for the year past, I have seen all around me en- the haven of Honor. cept a few articles of furniture belonging to Capt. water except ior iivgble pps 'he i e
t at odgne -Cm .i. NavigationCo mpanyatire, by cowi tct, hsu iiil ,,p
joying perfect health, and feeling almost secure N'A-V BOARD-A circle of fidelity-where eve- Dodge.-Com. dv. i th 6u 0 une of walc -, tie .il i
that sickness could never visit thatsalubrious spot; ry honest tar will find a Porter to fight his battles, feet in the ca!,'a, weii as to excavate a has-n '.r'oIsit.
and not till I return and experience the soli- and every Rogue, (hadl old Ntepun his will) ahal- AhRIiEi), the mills, and to put in iocks comln.uicatina ,i'itih hi
tuide which death has made, can I feel filly sen- ter ; without from the Lad of the Lake the least At ose ill, (near Rockville, Maryland,) on Tuesday river whimh w:il enable ihe .roprit ior to apr-.ch ie
sible of the sad reality."-Phil. fPapeer. quarter-not even benefit of clergy. evening last, by the Rev. Thomas Read, ltOBET null dour with their boats. Holling at d shtlmig chi.
RSIGSoNATON-Virtue of necessity ; put on by READ, Esq. at' Georgetown, to Miss FRANCES IE- nerY, tdt ilamrers, ad a nail manul;,ctc-ry, ,git be
Extract of a letterfrom an officer of the 41h regi- men going out of office, or, on failing to get ill, with ECCA, daughter of IGNATIUS DAVIS, Esq. of Fred- rcted to at e a a e te e ean t.
n "s, 'otr thi products o l thisir lab tr in the elipat-r c.)-t ti' s.,
ment of Infantry, to his brother in Georgetown, about as good a grace as a traveller hands his erick county, Md. North Carolina and Virginia, as well as in East ','e:, -
dated purse to a hiughwayman who presents him a pistol. see, where there is a great coinuup' on ,i such .-r',:e
"CAMP HOPE, (near Pensacola,) OCT. 19, 1822. AnUNDANCE-G-erln of disgust. Tht'rnotne- te 14th inst ROB ESHA, Eiufactsq. after s. iladwlietioin or n i'le .
"The yellow fever, or rather plague, which ter ofthe people's attachment to all gove t. o the 14mst. O f h AM, Esq. uter o riland, running dwn tierer cmti eca i,
has been raging here for 7 or 8 weeks, has at Armco'-They are never taken at their pro- for 1 ,illle's, imo ste 3d r of his ge ; late Deputy old tfeiry landing, wili be sold ,;ti thietin
length assumed a more favorable aspect; but per point of maturity, but chosen like most reire- Naval Oficerfor the port of Philadelphia. lie also serv- Also, a Lot on Main street, adjonin the r; s. on
produced more, I am inclinedto believe, from the sentatives-too young or too old. ed as an ofier in the Revolutionary struggle of 1776, be- which here is a commnodious dwel!hng house, -,,i*. :e
scarcity of victims than-by any moderation of the ABSENCE-Dininihes feeble passions, and aug- tween the United States and Great Britain. clistomrnry out houses.
disease itself. The destruction eifected by this ments great ones; like the wind, which extinguish- -' story-sa Lot ontinmstreet,on spacich tenements d i the
invisible and powerfulenemy as been truly awful: es a candle and excites a fire. Afelancholy itel!igence.--Copy of a letter writ- customary out houses.
three or four days has been generally the longest ABIcGUITY-A traveller stopped by a torrent on board the steamt-boat lecla, from New- Also, a lot on isriige street, on which there is a hAt.
timeallottedto the devoted subjects of it. Several asks a laborer, posite to him onil the other side Orleans, bound to St. Louis, ad lying ea Point terms hop subject to a ease o ture years.
officers, (some of high rank,) with numerous citi- tnh stream, here he can thd "Toe righ, Chiko t so, a Lot n nidge street, on 'ere is .,
tizens of all grades, have paid their last debt. I cries the mtn. He takes tothe right and is drowin- C o:'tao Boat H hoa, Oct. 5. Als, a terest oeoe thi in .- .
think two or three weeks will re-establish the ed. The htlaborer.runis to hai-- O, miserable tool!" Sm n: We are in thie greatest distress, now on which there is a ne'v two st. or, house.
health of Pensacola, as thie weather has been re- said he: I did not mean to fyour right, but to lying 0t miles above Point Chiko. Our boiler s, he sale wil! ctmme a ce at 12 o'. ,c.ki. The mill pro-
inark-bly dry, and begin to grow cool. 'The y ;ght." The world l full of such mistakes. ursted on the 2th September, killed two mie, perty will be so entire: esc lot st .rarely. Asnali
troops located at this place, have been remarkably is lustory, i etics, .iurisrtudence, in leisht- and severely scalded seven others. Since ouir she- h,- ti ih hla i c r dim e; mi e, w P t an tu:
lieaithsy-not a case for four weeks. Pensacola, ton, and, above all, in -,, ;..,.-, beware of amnim- parture, os captain tntet, pilot, steward, anl ;,es waill be siven, the ,tnt beifn sect' by go- o
so lonig gained for its health, and saluihrity, must gtty. seven others, (live (if w';hom wei e pas-;engers) have personal security, or a d, t -'ti imt on the i "-'-tv.
now le acknowledged, on all haMnis, to have no diPEdTANCE-Solacfor s.s committed asminst died with the ,'ever. I hlue vo u will setnd iiitc- iclhmoind, aug 27-'. '':: t;' E. RIO', T"rust,.
pretensions to those desirable gifts."- J.tropol. God and man; a commodious and expeditiou- diate assistance ; our situation is very critical- r -
v^--,o smannmer for a fanatic or a hard-hearted creditor not one imioent is to be lost." LI iR '- .-3.
to become as white as snow in his own opinion, ''t. sbscriber t,,.: ... i n. eds, and the pubdc
On Monday evening week thie store of Messrs. though black as charcoal. Two tmen of Chester, Vt. 'whio were atleantipting .t .,- rtrally, that ne is n. ,, ed wist a variety -if
Presbury & Sons, in Taunton, was consumed by ARtO' t. ,-i' i ant ig Oo oance a )--'o-1 to dig out a Fox whic b fire ; and some of the goods supposed tohave beeL stick its .'i. l .stu h its ...'s ritor fui.~';i.-n Hole, were buried in the suand wht'ici caved in up- and Evergreens. His fruit conslsas of eers, i t.aohes,
burnt therein, were found concealed mon the side ries it crown. Its imoit e'it nesive' k of the river, at a few rods distance, making it castin- accounts interest its religion, and mone in the other li:f was extict. TFins accidenitt oc- s peches, Apricots,t Euns, are grafted on Al-
certain that it was an incendiary act. its God. BREVITY. 'TY curredtl on th' S'inu'l'th. mond and Damnsoni Stockr,, e gentlyy prcierable tI peach
The Cotton factory belonging to Messrs. Le- --- Tliomas T. li'nsker, of West-Chliester, Penn. stocks.
land, Morse & Co. of Suttont, was entirely con- The Rev. Peter Bhuvoir, l;t'te of Dow!thnain ail vertises a ie.'w ";! usei'tl ii>proveun'eit in dis- AIso, a general and entensh-e colle-tion of tr,.-en
sued by fire on Tuesday week. We .'n--erstand Hall, Essex, iolhttlui, lhfrt 7".0.. (' tm <,i'. tillin,1'r s;;e;:n, i ', ,ywi. rh hl' h *-; in-,- !-|ltuir Can H o-*ue Trees, Sbrus, and Plants, Bt.los oa ".rs,
the l-.-e took place in the picker. Losenu ila !t,ds i nitiit ual, ,int tu o !t.I I : t f .. if ..h I: ',. wI I ','. I' t ',' e, ,. .. ,,:,,t .,, i. ,, .i., -thi ciy. a dir e to, th. subscriter, i e i t: ;
at ; i in sura ce a .. .'. o an y pci, t, l't.l 2! ,.1. ia t* .; ;'. o n -,. r, re-di, ',i ei tu >' ,. :,',, i.,b S.>y a! ftte si' dtd to h'. .T N
purt of t[1,.' property. \..uv,. ;"':" .'-' '",1: p,. e. Qu"'!imore, nov .-.aw; w JUH D. ;\ 'f.N.


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_... ___ the Federal Union. it cannot be contended that we are i so low, and the supply so great, that it ceases to be | The gentleman from Maryland contends tihatthere has I Consldering the measur%-, merely, inI reN oil to tU'e
REMARKS OF MR. FDVARDS, Competent to deleg p e 1s pl s to the an object of speculation, t olre call be no motive to plr- been no coternporaneous construction to wv..rallt a diS-I Sale of thh. lauds, it derives equal justification from ta.
statRARs, for, i'DhRD be th, case, lhere are no powers with chase it but for cultivation. As the government, howe- tinttion between those cases. Bu,, ,ir, never, pelhaqts i..,*os .,., ,.v :,ch it rust have been adopted, ad
OFi .7 st we ates, f e, it thatne nasei e e q .ver, ol stilt have 1a1 infinitely gTeater alariety of lands was taere a case iein which thle eNidences of sctli a co-. ,!e sIr"cceSs hia.t !as attended itt; tor it cin neither be
OF .LLL V"OIS, which we are hnvested, that in'ght Inut, w iui eqnal pro- to s lec ro ile stat es^ co l'o sel at all to any ex stt w r trong r, or iis audnhoiky cn titled to m orec doe te.!, that ii. ,,,a intended to render those -lands more
hN T H E S E N A T E O F T[ H E U MNIT E S sT A T E S p riety b e transf uerre d t t ,^^ t, esould I nt i i s tr e- strtt t t ron or i ts a ll ir c liritl ed to iu;- ( )[ and val ')] e n te e t o n or th at l a s b e
MARC1Pres2.I detsa r..itiIn-aswrto ithese oh- tent, with t .. 1. ,. .-,. the(,governmellt. This, tilere- resiect,, than is evmtcd by :d! the rrlrc':nfsaness ttIt- hi ii y ale aava~:' ct,11! tile Unionl- norl that it has beenu
KARCII 1, 1822. et n s t l ted t aCs tCe untleoa n fr-o M ai :id for ; dhey mlust do, other- else their lands (o [ld b c of no ingthe ees sinsofou 'public lands, th,- lode of disposing eln.n 1111u" cee, fllc i, f, l ,,h,,io;,h-'llose effects.
he f lr i 0 R slto, 1.': : etost otn ,a h Ltfi~i t~o.T -C rtl millions ofiacres which of them.1 which wits sliortly aflcrwards aldopted, 111d tie )J>,l, "it, il w:KateVer -,1 : -.- it call be fairly con.
on t0 h e following c.esohuion, V: : seems to do, that the. claims of the ce lred -* i, t,.tcs .' l.ie t -ccollut-, ., onties fces hach ol- theco whiahtwade sence to the samersste d ona the t ; hrl, sir, h o w neU, ,e di...cut at be tr con
,e-d Th at .opr..dons of Ite l ,tir' the pur- justand \ alid; for, how e,,cer dei'ect:v ^ th Illay have I)ecn- Ne had grantedo h11in"itar wihollics.u a Th e s e d ave pa]-'COustantadherence to the same sysicm from that thne to i ss lere, 1,pi seueis o c to nc difficult at leajstite t aSi aern
11r,.,i!" Twith proo-ilat the -reducedtorhtheprese-nt-pjstod-!lany I1r1-ple upon which it can) be just~fled that can
poics of ducatioon should Ile made llcl statei, in hI sc .t- 'originally, the U, nited Stales, 1Y acce' Cc i, Of tile C s red y .co me i e nt o ooll sen i o s t n support, or which indeed does not exclude tile claim
vour Do Stroh .1 Patlrpiatio"c, I11;!\c hee* jIs \,o ~ i i tlioS c il( oiore l win o<- e to) olthtfl U, Statt i l dil itte l ti e right, and boin I th en se c e tY e od! \yAm. ,1. ^ ^ ^ of c r es n ow s ed to vatio ns for the sup port of e education w ere mnlad e, the nac ost now co ntende d I;'o r on h e part of the origin al states.
t h c U n io n ." \ il l t h e c o n d i t io n s : o t h e r ,,% is t h e r e c e hl b e n o f a i th t h t lle l h t n b)n t o nso l ? p niS > s t1 o f s a e s t o b e-an d p r t i n r ellp a tr i o t s ofa ti o n w h o h a d t a k e n a ua c t ive d i ff s i n .s e .l .. d e, 01 es siO i .v c a d Ii c i O
lt P E S D Jr s id M r ,, wv a rd ls n o rt \it hl an d c o n fi d e n c e re p o se d i u n:1 1 ,' adj t IS t tTI C J .0 ,rv~ga iil, i -,-nt te m L nu st i b o lsish o ur p ro csC-nr S' st ei no f sa l es, a n d p a rt ill r ela tio n to th o se la n d s, th e state s w h ic h in sister d d iff u lsin g l us eutt l k i,o w h -(f. _, !Cspi r s i nv c e a n d ii a-
s otU tlu a lcon f c e w eposed in .s [ ^ ab ndon o mi nu price .1 ..1. or close up 1hat rie sessions o-ht to be made, tlhe states that made m I'ality, and of promoting re' -iost would, as co utieeni-
standiiH..g that any opposition to lke resou. ol up|- or contract, w uh go er e .r [ ler r '. o'c oe sdd mn
.0 n i i le 1 ,a t O f t i e r e p r e s e n i a t i e" x p la i nl e d til e r e ln a r ks"- he h ad m ad e ; a ni d l a v- i nI g r o 'F U '.I '- 0 1A rla n d o ll i eCV s fo r- t~ v c l ty t h i r-t y o r f o ft y )y e a r s t o t h e n ) a n d C o n gK r es s w h ic h a c c e p t e d th e m a ll c o n c u r r e d, e dt ht%' t h e f ge n t he n r 'v rn ; m arl-la n d b e nr ii'n t lY caI l e-
Yo f tab le ,or en eOed it"i- ex isat .E. agail: in pieced coue C i This general concurrence, therefore, was the best possi- lalcd to ensure ;ne s.dce, ,happiul-s awl prosperity, of
Of tle, nev states, honh beear denounled r aseais Mr. President, said Mr. E. in consequences o the e-^ "i'T. then, Sl', if y'ou please, the other alternative, b practical exposition of the intentions fall parties it'tcommon eountr'y, iS iniosi readily adonitte. i'utt
r e p u t a b le to th e ir c h a r a c te rs fo r h o n e s ty a ll d j U S p la n a tion s of t he ,,o n o ral,h e e t h m a > sh l l.b a r t h t, t c r it s l rst d is p o sed ot fo r th e bahec o t s f u n d m ieh t of t ly pdoo sedo h er are b l or1, s u c p p o se s r ih to t
i c J ),t o lyby in aily of our i most d1`sti11, g'L i:;h ., re ln arks I ha td intended to make upo n l 0 S p art of' the ncfit ",, th os +e states. T O thi s, sorn e e ntle ln en se -em to i and ji stly disposed of' o r the com mnl u use a nid b enefi' t if I tl e p rop osd lll, asuie, to r s uch p urp oses. F or, ift irth~
ticeu" not os i1,had t ede t t een b t that th ther e!IC ^ C Call bc noohjection, because the constitution the Uninion. Ie thee case, tihe powers of'Cong-e s luuslbe admitted la
ed and patriotic ublic .journals, but also by ole e isbjec Bos f *thos irt-aiets e ve nbe; that the I .1.1 o Cogress the power of disposing of the Sir, said Mr. E. it cannot be supposed that the states extend to all those obeete, ad wlld eqally au r
0f tnre ost respectable states of te Unio yet, vsionswhatevr; that the 'nitetd -, .. United` States, though that power is, by whichihad so Strenoslyh insisted that t;.ose lands should any other te.ins calclated to promote the saame end.
a sense of" duty will uot pernlet me to decline an Il- 'ts d ue entered ito a* y spao stipulations in relation express .lipulaiion, and p ain and obvious iIrere.nce cou- be appro private, as a omo nln nd,,/, d,-aig tbee,- I is quit a rh~n~iiar aom .1 polhies, as well as ia ;ua o
pose ly feebl o effortsbjotie transcendanit mayIi~ ics i be en t o the s d ect ; the n th ea tle pubhi do ain ha. actual plod wrie ti e positive duty ofn dvsposins of such property peneJe l /the "c the states wlnch stul tu dated, i'th su ,, to at a !;'!rant of power inchtd.'es au ilnplhed autho.B j y t O
Wnich co ueced hy t h n v of nil *Pp, states ; stil for tlhe befit of the -,ii. i'v tis plan, however, the jealous cautni n, that they sh old be U.n ion, ; lh/diSiosel o,/ radolly t e ics-a.aiv niit~ s o(v.xecutl, if. BIt it would
which he ropostunu der c aeration lhas been sep wo hV eb ena nacquisitionnade, ot ill theirState. inurts elo'teelsof co |e.ition- mi ht be avoided, and ib the common ,.e 1nd be fi / e Uni n, a, / ,o o ,. really be so.n lat novel, 1 tiink, to contend th l Con-
ported, ad tuu pleasant as it is, to subject Ti Sell to Il- character I p e ., _1111r price preserved. But, aL lias been us or pw e -xat r; and Conpgess which accepte(I gless liave a r"ii to adopt the means of promotini-, a ,z
autiords mwh hl tile pzeal otaof fies ablest advocates, o l" could th"'v pparticipate ill tile us and benefitsOf 'it already shown, il would reqnire some twenty years, at t fof then,, u3on thate.rpress condition, should so soon af'er- vancing, I .;"' I. r objects, over whillch 0`olv ,r
rs e but lttle prospect of escaping. I shall, hod uon, it could not, without ai least, towdispose of the laOd, though not an acre s iould, wards have intended to make a para! deposition of any as hen ., -, the federal governertb,- ;, -c-
Scaefuly endeavou to follw the exa le of t ale osationofourholeSsC ofo\er t, b in tile niean time, be sold for the benefit of the Untion.- portion of them. taied, exclusive, to te slate And trust, sit
honor bleg en tleman who has just resumed his seat, d as bv being partitiond ont. in due pro- This woul ildeed be transforming federal into state a- N irgiuia, sir, had made much the most imporrant and tfe republicans ri e sfhe school of 1798, noS dominantare
(ot Lveful in treating thea subject wuith such deference *gn e portion, anlongtl" teseveral states of the Uniion. Where, ,;lents ; abstracting them from duties for whose perform- valuable cession, not, however, without some apparent not themselhcs about to revive the exploded doctrine otf
to tie elins of others, as to e u, rnwish no ground of exys- is delegated the power that is competent to nmke ance they were solely created ; and devoting them to a hesitation at least. If, then, the system of disposing oi a general, u;idl,dfined power in Conlress to proviuc lor
cpinonEneua ih ontnyey such adtivision, either of the whole or a part ? The state pretty long servitude, to mere state p os. Nw, sh', those la s hait been understood to contain any lnst and thc general weltkar No, sir, recent demonstrations of
fortune to dlyir in opinion; and permit tMe. to say, sir, e r nts most assuredly, have no control over tle admitting N e ehave a right to give away tile land to tile partial appropriationl of'tInl in tifaor of any state, or ncreashg i lance over state rights, and strong indict.
that, equally with te ent an from Maryland, appr- ) those o who te powers of tile states, whence do we derive thepooer, to constitute Our- states, to the exclusion of Virginia, it is particularly extra- i0ns of a jeahoj s of federal encroachments alluding to
coating the advalnages of education, regarding it as ;L most fedea g onent are entrusted, never conld, riatd"l- selves, and our successors too, their agents and trnslees ? ordinary not only that her wise and sagacious rpres nta- an argument made by a gentleman of tile Senate, .i dav
efficient means of increasing the virtue, knowledge, and T e Or to convert lhis goverunlelnt into such state inachin- tion, by which she has always been eminent 1,.t;,.-_ .; h or two before] forbid any sue'- ., -, .4. 1 fo1.,
hapies fmaknd ndo'iprtn .dtio l mrl1, annihilatte its own resolurces fbr .ain)- such purpose. ._ '' 'o" .: 4c
happiness of mankind; a d o i a d i a Ioa however, s, th getle.an from Maryland is cor- ery ? ed, shoul have acquiesced in it, ft that, t ., ,. discard fon my view ot-the .....'' -' ,.. ,.-- e -
power, stability, and c~ llUshinCnt to our 'republ-n ;i- r- ct in, I oiniions, which lie has supported with equal But, sir, puttingthe bes'-possibleaspect uponthis plan, terwards, two of herr most distinguished representatives, ducedfom an such snppose. I ., ., ; .. "-.
stitutions, it Would afford me the sincerest gratification, Zeal and ability, then i ide ed,sr, may the states rigtfl- it can amount to nothing" le;ss than a virtual grant of lo- aud Mr Madison himself one of those two, should have T he power to provide for sune objects in the new
to unite with him in ally just and proper measure, ft ap- cl h n, and (Co',gess riptfid[ grant, partition of all'the ncy, to le paid out of the public treasury, with a pledge united in a report to Congress strongly Iecomme..nd...Ing states, said 5Mr. E. results fromn tile C. -,-..--.,i, of thet
advancement of that important Object. But, sr, ita- i. territorvypurchased of Fratn 'caand Spain, with the con- of our already pledged, repledged, triple, quadruple, the same system, with the additional reservation of the United States, under iie old confederation, and trom that
pears toh'me to be doubtful, at least, whether Congrtress nlou funds of the nation, to be appropriated to objects to quintuple pledged public lads, obr its payment. Is, 29th section of each township, to be gven ill perpetuity cause of our presCet Cons'itutiol, which declares that.
can l ioh(fil;.'y adopt, for that purpose, the measure now 7vlich thepowers oif'fdevat legislation are not pretendcd to then, that a proper time for making, such an appropria- for religious purposes. It is evident, therefore, that tile all engagements, entered into by their, before its adop-
under consideration. 'end. Then, indeed, .sir, may the revenue, and every tion, when the receipts of the Treasury are not more system was adopted fir the comnlon benefit and advau- tion, shall be valid against them. These engagement
The appropriation which we are asked to mkce, is a- otherspecies of property belongiingto the United States, than adequate to the current expenses of the govern- stage of all tile states, and that it furnslhes neither prece- were, first, with the states which ceded their lanids, as
voeit e f r ame state prpos~le, aud in thatpoint o sIe-fpitino'tr ainlhsbe led xl~c-iscnlwt h n
voew, h red to befonamee stter p tupoeandeeer ln atodof- receive a simihar'desitination : for they all constitute "thle ment ? When the government l.as to support itself by dent nor apology ior anl appropriation of thie national has been ah'eady explaincd--and, secondly, with tlhe iri-
vowed to beveforl.ionmatar time ? And wentheyryll constitute ,,e trticularuWhaen the government tate, tobsupport itself'debyterritonor apology forromlse, de
view, 1 shiall proceed to consider it under ever modih-ii~ g fund of the nation," in which the slates are in- loan,, of fire millions at a time ? AInd whe-in, every man funds to the particular use and beiefit oi ally state. habitants of the cedled territory, to whoo a promise, de-
,ation of wai it iSl ssceptible. ,e questohen. is. o u nds powers and Objicts of appropriation, as in the ialtioof ordinary sagacity, ,st be conv iced that Sir, said Mr. E. itmust be onaf'es,;rom this view of tbe eared toi be i 'evocable, uLttle by common consent., had
Can the resources of thisl Coness by the constitution of the Uited we must soon resort to a perm ent system of internal subject, that the distinction I have endeavored to dhaw been made ii the or-dlnance of their government, ""that
should be tested by principle, rather than t'by :lepre- States,-are equally precise, defined, and limited, in rela- taxation ? Sir, said Mr. E. it cannot be disguised front between those cases is supported b) the practical expo- schools, and the ne".ns of education, should forever be
cedents upon precedents" referred to and rehel upou by tn to th fuds ofthe nation, without discrimination. the people of this nation, that, in proportion as we mis- sition which has been given to all the sessions oi public encouraged."
the thgoentler'11 he( nuy oucsif'evnu, adMarylsiplainsconete teewthrb tohionres avngavihttolnmentcfo tos ihai
trie gentleman from Marylande for this rgoveo'anyret is e spcification of those powers, said Mr. E. there apply or impair any of the ordlnsry sources of1 revenue, land, and the stipulations connected therewith, by those Congress having a right to legislate for those inhabit-
Mitchn too Young to acknnowledge the force O aly Proe is none,ither expressed or implied, to warrant tile ap- additional burhieus must, be imposed up)on them. And o all others the best qualified to interpret them-by tie arts, and being bomUl t0o provide for their admission in-
c in oppositifounded priuipo and gc n lesso Vn1 whc are propriation now asked for. It cannot he inferred from cau it be supposed that they willd be reconciled to an parties thel-selves. Wihe, oi tile other hand, the ;or- to the Unon, unquestionably must have had tie power
are in opposition to priicipl-e, and genller:n wo1a, the general power, to make all needfull rules and rcpga- appropriation, to such an lamount-attended with such bearanc 1 of all of them to ilsst upol, orany of chf te to adopt tie necessary means of 1t.-.. _' I!.-..i ,
dipsdto avail themselves of at) arg'rrnert deduced the genral-powe,,to/lnke all nedthl rles and"..uht-ill.I ,.".:. ... -Y ..",
dip reedets, aain theselresencas, u t tdeduc Fr dtisps ingofof the territory and other property of consequelces --iteers t even the pretence power o the adopt such a measure as tile one nowm proposed, witthes the correct principles; and, in tile lanu .....r ......-.-,
frotn mere precedents, in the present case, ought to recol- the United States, for candor mustsdmit, that the p'lain part of Congress to e.foree its application to the objects most powerful miuciiemens iereto, hiad t Deeii p'oper, religion, morality, and knowledge, !eingh necessary te
lec, how little inclined the): would be to aspectt such au natural inference from this wurant of power,ts, that tile for -which it is to be g'raited 92 aiords the strongest ground to believe that they cois~d- good government, and the happiness of miankilnd, it was
authority, in a variety of other cases, that night bere- property of the Union should be disposed of for the vne But, sir, what is to be the extent to wlich the new ered any sucli disposition of the nuaonalifunds as wholly tit and proper that education should have been encou-
ferred to, ana benefit of"the Union--and that, too, in strict co'nfornli- doctrines upon which tie present proposition is support- madinlssible. raged for such purposes, in Iile cases referred to.
sIn]y d~emis, this subject, said pwr. E.rI may, I presume, o legitimate powers of federal legislation; and ed, are to lead us? 0ie false step begets another. If,; Independent, however, of the very ,-. ,, t...., ; ,oft'a E>t, sir, tile original states having the exclusiv.e right to
s al p nd tatet, tlne duties, powers, ead objects' soley in aid of the great objects thereof." 1, then, tlhe because one thirt3 -sixtlh part of tile national domain, in decision tnus given, oy tnose who were so eminently lelrstate for themselves, upon such subjects, and Con-
till]'; l and state sucements are Separate ald states respectively have no right to the separate and dis- tile new states, hias beer appropriated to tile support of qualified to juge correctly upon th suDjeCe, it is easy gress having no superintendence over morals, religion,
tint;, and th e succ ess of ohi ne- tinct use and enjoyment of tile common property and education therein, the sates in which there is no public to dceloihsurate, nol only tihai tfle resCrvPations f'or the education, or other objects of municipal regulation, with-
,timent, and the prosperity and happisdess ofthis nic funds of the nation, 7ohclice do we delriree the power :u CojK- land are entitled to an :Liprupriation of equal arnount, as suppoiro 01 eIucation, were justifiable upon strict nation- in the several states, have no authority to interfere with
tldepend upon tile fidesetively d wisdom, with which fe a right upon. thei ? And if the control over those contended by the gclthman froni Maryland, wily may al prIncipes,bat tnateven much greater encouragement them in any manner whatever. Such subjects are, as
tiSn governments respectively discharge their appro- funds be intrusted to the federal legislature, for atio'lial, they not, with equal propriety and justice, claim a much to lhle seCtienient of the. national domain, Iiad. c'rcuii-- to Congress, couram non Judice, and therefore, we can
ite functions. Each government has, for those im- and not fr state purpose-, I be.- le, leave, also, seriously to larger proportion oftliheaet proceeds of thie sale of pub- states required it, might have been afforded by the go- neither legislate upon them to their benefit, or to their
r tant purposes, and as necessary thereto, its own panpr-t- ask gentlemen, whether we can approprIiate them to the lie land for asr dilertnt pupposee-and one, too, Which hsIdo the
t.Mlar resources, which cannot be yielded up, or nnsap- 11!1C:sil Nthplec alrt ildmprliute ijy.LtisnrfoiSrhttleowro(ote
d, without m ircis, w its ca a tot fu gieldaed p, object latter w without a most palpable violation of the trust con- not escaped the attention of tle honorable gentleman, I lvan, sir, would Mar3 land, and the rest of tlhe states, one, admits the possibility, at least, of doing the other,
d.t, without impairing its capacity to fulfil the objects ided to us? but has been several times referred to by him in the wnicih orYinlalll se up no claim to those lands, have in- since all power is liable to abuse. And if ever tlil: day
uats institution; for nothing could be more nugatorI II addition toallthese objections,sallMr. E. there is one course of his remarks? By stipulations with the new sister liaL ttey should be appropriated as a commonfund shall arrive, when the authority of this government shal
ln a grant of powers witlLout the means of executing nmore which cannot be disregarded, so long as we retain states, one twentietlh ofthose proceeds is appropriated to for de i'aying- the expenses of the war-or the states Chat be admitted to extend to such objects, dicn, adieu to all
~mh. The resources of this government are found,i'om the slightest respect for the just and lawful acts of our tlhe making of roads it and leading to them. Are not ceded them, have stipulated, lat they should be disposed state sovereignty. It will be completely swallowed up
uerience, to be, at this time, inadequate to its wants; predecessors; or consider the high- character of justice, roads, as well as education, equally necessary to every oj'Jfr the common use and benefit, ofthe Union-anad fruit- in the greatvortex of a grand consolidated natio-.ld gu-
f measure, therefore, whose tendency would be fur- honor, and good faith, which this government has hither- state in the Union ? And it' yo grant tle proposed ap- less would ihve been tile pledge of them to the public ernment. In this point of view, therefore, it is 'v~dent,
r to embarrass and cripple its operations, must be o so justly acquired and maintained, both at home and propriation tor tie support of education, upon tale princi- creditors, if they had been permitted to remain in ile there is no analogy between those cases, and ,,.it the
,med hii.hly inexpedient, at least, a broad, as worth preserving, ples contended for by tie gentleman firom Maryland-not condition in which they were received-waste and un- claim of the original states can derive no possible sup
dr. President, sade Mr. E. thle gentleman fiom Mary- The first Congress, composed principally of the vener- asked, as a Ifavor, but, recording to his own talgaiag,_, appropriated-the haunts of ferocious beasts-and the port from any of tile considerations that have been refcr-
d appears to have reviewed, with critical accuracy, all l sges and patriots of tile revolution, duly consider- demanded edas a rig'ht"--upou what ground can v ou re- habitations ot blood-thirsty savages, red to.
events e0.-ected with the acquisition of tile national ing the purposes for which the public lands had bccn fiusC the slgge'sted apprplrialion lfr orublic roads ? I IIll this situation, neither the Union itself, nor any, state Let us now, Mr. President, said Mr. E. inqui'.e w-le".-vr
Anaiu; and he has, with great perspicty,otracedt out the ceded, and disposCd fairlV to tulfil tlhe stipula'iOls o, the the hller lbtt'e rauied, I.ti n will not only this source of whatever, could derive any possible benefit from them- the claim of the original states can be better siipport.ed
tin, and demonstrated the validity, ofiour title to it. L-nited States i n relation to then, by the act of I 10, naulota reN cin heeeoiolelel) annihilated, but other hence, it became not less thie interest, than the duty, of upon a, other principles, that could have. led to e
t, Sir, whether it has been acquire b cqe soCleo nly pledged, not only those, but all other lands, sources lmusi be rendered trlutarv to the states. For if' tile government to encourage emigration to them. And, adoption of the present system of disposing of-the public
rls from particular states, or purchases from foreign the United States might t...rc.fe a '" a !:;fi eultlu ole-twentitth of tie proceeds of tle sale ia, lr thils purpose, it had beeu necessary to have actually lands.
paes "ne g i dnial "- hasdou tlenss I .91 slaaesnlnElni',~r etl~e.o
)oers, on]e tnhng is unm: enable--it has doubtless ]ten ,e payment ofmthe public debts ; expressly declariiei"rl, opblc land, is to be gra.Ied to each state, then, as cer- given away a moiety o thenl to settlers thereon, accor- B" this system, all those lands are divided into town-
.ac.i.-ed. by, and cxclusN -i I...... to the Co..,ecer i- that they Should be applied u .nole to that use until .oe la !IIN as that twenty tIliths are the whole, those pro- tding to the policy pursued by some of the states, in sinu- shipss of six miles square. These, agl.iu, are subdivided
-_ oi U n ut, "-.d- L a ebts should be fully satisfied. e-'da l i call sat,ty twenty states, and the balance Mnust .1' cases, Such a Measure would have been equally de- into thirty-six sections of one nile sqcluare. O.ieeof.whlih
tioa aa n ,o""--I I. .j.' '" b" '. r es it-". X1,. 'rt t lisf-9-, thi. pledge is a'g'LUi repeat' d of e'l es eai o titt olfScn otenr branch of the revenue. handed by tole h gainctsur ftoudhve beentiel't, adLL tie is reserve( to be granted to tile miladnalt 01 tie to" ;_
.,; ica r ,ou e ,_ 'to- .'. ab' e L' .-.. .k .. I.. .I .t is true, lan guag e still m n ore energy et-tic, for the tith Of', ti Ih snort sir, tit appears to m e that we have no m ore real interest of every state, ship, for -e use and support of a com m on 3lic oolthe-cabl'
is"Uie t tne female, -spedc,tit flis.h .cP Btstwtotissig pnwa ih aebe But, Sirl--,all settlements upon the public land ar .,-r..
common tf1nd in which a1 the states ae interested So those lands s Y e g .. rgl (o graut awa to the states tie funds, than le pow- But, sir, without insisting upon what might have been But, i, l st e to tie public tile I -
"c n t in whice M those lands sll remain inviolabl appropriated to the ers of'this g'ovcrlnent ; for, take fromn it its pecuniary re- done, it is sufficientt for My purpose, to show, thiat the re- hibited under severe penalties, the township mus, u -_ : ,:a'
lr,1 's t the reenie, nd eSeotatespin ecaioest of propey payment of those debts, until the same sliall be complete- sources, and *e.itstroy its character for good faith, it would servations which have heretofore been inade for the sup- before it can be inhabited. The citizens of ihc* r:c',7
belonging to the Uuked States, in relation to all of which ly effected, be idle mlockery to pretend to talk about its]i3o'ers. port of education, were prope.', expedient, andjust, li states, therefore, can only enjoy the full benefit of -',;-
theinterest, ofd t the uutesl. spreiselyo the se. ein At various other periods, between 1790 and 1817, in- Mr. i'rcsid'nt, Stlid Mr. E. in the remarks which 1 have relation to all the states. This I shall endeavor to do. served section, upon the condition of purchasing the : e-
common fund ,pp lcable to tire use and support of the lcuslve, has this subject been brought under tire review had the honor to .ilbmit to your consideration, 1 have "it- The conditions which the United States bound them- mailing thirty-five sections of the township. Would it,
ee o v s t j "ate Calnjyt benefits of ofaldifferent Congresses, and as often has the same pledge tempted to Show, that, upon principle, the proposition selves to perform, in relation to the ceded territory, seem then, comport with "impartial justice," to grant such a
itros.I I hon d it, therefore that no state can rifrh'au- been renewed. And thus lias been created a solemn under collsid;'ti:ii,: ought, not to be acceded to. But, to have had two principal objects in view. benefit to the citizens of other states, without requiring
S!\m, 'and of course to none can be gr-anted, these- compact between the United States and the public ere- 'says the geutienlan;I'rol Maryland, similar donations have First, That those lands should be rendered available, any condition whatever ?D Would it be right, sir, to pun-
e and disfincourse, ao enone all te g rantedtile se-ditors. Seeingit, then, supported by so many repeated en- been made to tilee ii:w states. Admit it sir ; whatthein as a common fund, fur paying the debts, defraying the ish the citizens of the new states for daring to intrude
o.rarfue andistn ue aond einjcoyentofa the property, actments, and sanctioned, asil has been to this day, by the If the cases be analogous, and my argument be well- expenses, and advancing the interest, of the United upon a reserved section, without having previously pur-
'tMon participation therein. l public sentiment of tie nation, shall we now violate it ? founded, that, also! is wrong. And can we derive from States. And, secondly' That they should, at the same chased thirty-five sections, and at the same time, to !estew
__ -o onertrrorpatusn atdlawful.r
Independent, howcvcr, said Mr E of these general con- Have our predecessors acted unjustly or unwisely in ma- one error a just and lawful right to commit another of time, be so disposed of for those purposes, as to promote a section gratuitously upon others, merely, because you
siderations, the adoption of the proposed measure is I i ot vibrationn of n e s, within their lits, to bee es, though bound b no pre- still greater magnitlide ? If our predecessors have vio- the ration of new stats, within their lists, to be ad- had allowed the former tle privilege of acquiring one
think, forbidden by a just regard to the positive stipula- vous obligations, ought, for the sake of justice, to be lated the fundamental principles of tl/e government-- mitted into the federal Union. Both these objects upon the terms I have mentioned? Surely not, sir.
tions ofthe United States which ceded the public dosla- willing to do the same thing, if it were now to be acted disregarded its mcst sacred olilg.uions-prostrated its equally depending upon the same stipulations, neither Mr. E. contended that those reservations had, undoubt-
onsthe east side of tie Mississippi river. Let tu said ne upon for the first time : for this government ought to be faith-and assumed powers never delegated to them- could, properly, be provided for, to the exclusion ofthe edly, increased the intrinsic value of tile residue of the
for a moment, attend to the circumstances under' sidh just, before it pretends to be generous, especially at the does this confer upon us the right of further usurpations? other. For, as the new states could not, consistently wvith land-and that, on the other hand, its value and prodruc-
which expense of others. If that be the case, then, truly, have we discovered a most the conditions agreed upon, be formed and admitted in- tiveness, as a national fund, would, as certainly, be
those cessions were made, which habve been so eloquent- Mr. E. here read several sections of the laws contain- convenient means of acquiring power ; after which, man to tile Union, without previously disposing of a suitable greatly deteriorated, by the proposed donations to the
ly narratedland commented upon by the gentleman front ing the pledges referred to, and contended that the faith at all times lusteth a little too strongly. Such a princi- proportion of the territory, so, neither could the territory old states.
Marynd. of the United States being pledged, tlat the "whole of the ple, however, never can be recognized by this enlighten- be disposed of'to a foreign power, or in- any other manner, I acknowledge, sir, said he, that the proportion in
Driving or Reoutionay e stablletoT hih eventv ated, public lands should remain inviolabl, appropriated to the ed Senate. The precedent referred to, therefore, if in so as to prevent the formation of the new states. Nor which the reserved sections have enhanced the value of
so happily, in the establesouent of Our liberty and inde-o payment o" tle public debts; that they should he ap- point, I contend is destitute of all authority, because, as could any other measure have been correctly adopted, the residue, cannot be ascertained with any thing like
pendenice, tile pecuniary resources of the nation livd been J amn
exhausted ; and, at the close of' the contest, it found it-p ated sole d to that use until those debts should be such, it would be most palpably erroneous. But it will in relation to one of those objects, without a c'urcspou- mathematical certainty ; but, judging from all the lights
selfloaded with a heavy debt, incuedM in the prosecution d-ully satisfied; and that, a vast amount of them still re- not, I think, upona fatir and candid examination, be found dent regard to the other. The first contemplated a which many years experience has slied upon the subject,
of the war, whicli it had not the means of dischargning ; I miifing unpaid, no part of the national domain could be to warrant the argument that is attempted to be drawn transfer of the land. The second was intended to pro- there seems to be no reason to doubt that townships,
but which, every dictate of justice, holor; and gra'tituideI' ,h(tful1 appropriated to the purposes contemplated by from it. videde the means ot enjoying it, with the utmost safety, with those reservations, have commanded, and will con-
required should be provided fo,, at the earliest practica-: ^the resolution under consideration. And if, indeed, sir, I shall endeavor to show, that the parallel between comfort, and happiness. Thus understood, they were tinue to command, a higher price than they would sell
ble period, si every means ich te nat lwe veon oer occasions, through inad those cases does not runn quite as far as seems to have calculated, mutually, to aid each other. hIlTle proulise, for without them. And considering bowhow highly the gen-
miann nvertanc., or trom other causes, misapplied any, part of been imagined by the gentleman from Maryland ; but to establish distinct'republicau states, and to admit thln tleman from Maryland estimates the value and advantag-
Several of the .states claimed laiirge tracts or waste and I tins hud, so. fa 'oln f nrnis. ,hin. an argument in favour of' that there are striking diversitics in them, afltording such into thel Union, upon an equal footing with the original es of education, itis surprising that he should have any
unapproprated .....ioy i" e wiern country a course so unjustifiable, I appeal to tire ground for air honest difference of opinion, at least, as states, in all respects whatever, as soon as might be prac- doubt of the correctness of this conclusion. If, ttc-n,such
within then'i catered ""inits. 'ti llese ... .. culnms" ntr'a o beinge.ndrlooftire '.gentlenan- fr'om Mula"ndl,aSlhe, has'doneto requires the exercise of a very moderate portion of con- ticable, could not fail to promote the .ale and settlement be the fact, those reservations lose all the character of
b ille, to say whether it does not 1,,:.... .;i 1 give to the o on charity to believe that gentlemen may support the of the land-whilst every other inducement that could donations, because they are more than paid for iu the
tating discusbjoe, as is sufficientdy obvious fsomties ra public creditors an additional claim upoi us to tOrbearall one, and oppose the other, without intentional injustice he afforded to tile latter, would equally contribute to sale of the residue of the hnd--of course, they furnish no
thontics read by the gentleman frron Muoaryland 'ce o o l' u- further wilful misapplication ? or inconsistency, hasten the accomplishment of the former, precedent for the pure donations now proposed to be
states which had no part in those lands, had earned. h But, sir, let its inquire into tile extent of the appropri- The one, ,'sir, is a case decided upwards of thirty-six It would, tliereforc, have been a violation of good faith, granted.
ssltates whih the doinio n p ove tho e lndsulad bearesty irr- action we are called upon to make. Instead of the "small years ago, by the genlneman's own showhig; confirmed if' in disposing of the lands, due regard had not been Again, sir, no citizen of the new states crn eniov, or
sistedby thtile do nion overa theashoude o esUited slce," as described by the gentlenian front Maryland, it by repeated subsequent decisions ; and universally ac- paid to thie formation of tle new states-and a most cul- derive tl:.. I;. ;.,.-:,. benefit froni the reserved sections,
States, tbyy ought to be appropriated as a (o07 t77United lis to tie enornols amount of about tell millions of quicsced in. Thle other is a case purely rcs integra ; ne- able neglect of duty, if all necessary and practicable without ,,. :.., it, since no privilege, interest, right,
fortefs, they ps out tb e appropriately. aComon ess acres ofthe national domain, wi"hich, al the average price ver before acted upon, or even agitated. In supporting leans of rendering thetm suitable and usefld members 0o or title, ,iunthem, can be acquired, without purchasing
.for ditoal the g expenses oag tear. Congress, adppe a-tios o at which se lau have h .Iherto been sold, wonld pro- th. .bruer, we are, therere, tified with tl e co-cur- tlhe U.ion Ihad n. been adopted. This, evidently, was ha.d at a higher price than it wouhlsll fo without them.
"ista thes aigulrose ity, ugandliy aicmedd pati ln, solicth due a sum neary equal, if not entirely so, to tlhe whole ring senthnecnt of tlle nation, and llhe positive approba- the opinion of the old C..11-.. :. and heuce we tined one This dittference, therefore, whatever it may be", is the
ed liberal cessions of a portion attliem, /or the same p'ur- amut"' tlet p'oceed of' the sale of public lands, tionl of all our predecessors, since the2 year 1785. In tor- ol'diuance for displosin ..t n ,. i..rritor and another for price actually paid for the interest acquired iu thlem.
pwse--promising, as inducements thereto, b" the very re- received inlto thle Treasury of' the U,,ited States, during bearing to adopt tlhe latter, we are equally supported by the government of its ginhabitants. 'rlhe former, ninong" which nmust b5e iu exact proportion to the quantity of land
solution which the hun. gentleman lias read to yont tnt teast ninletee'n or' twenty years. It would be needless their exam ple--and opinion too, sir, as tatr as it cau be iu- other things, provides fro' the support of education, purchased. E~veu upou the improbable supposition, that
all the lands which might be so ceded, or relinquished, to r.evie*w the extraordinary circumstances which, inl this erred from their conduct. And it would not, I think, doubtless, '\ituh a view to promote both of tihe objects re- the consideration thuls given w\ere an inadequate one,
.,disposed of for th ecommlo benefit of tlhe United period, so, llOWertollv contributed to augment tle re- be a very modest plretensicn, on our own part, to claim fcrred to. The latter, contains an explicit avowal of the still, l presume it can hardly be contended, by the hon.
Sttscea hyshudb ete mdfre nodn inv ts^l ot tbe T:'c;astu-- thom thin source of'our revenue, for ourselves lmore wisdom to discern, or virtue to exe- moral benefits expected fr'on those reservations; for, in ...." ,, r;om M,,r'r,iaid, thiat thL .) taepslia ;states whic should be stedadmittmed into dtte deact Simlarll causes are no t likely to recur for many years to cute our duties, thianwa possessed by so many of tlh oe of the six articles, which are declared to be articles l tlstlit g-rants inl favor'0f the citizens of other states, wvith-
Umu; ad tat he eguatinsforgratin an fo *it-co}me; a~nd, calculating lupou tlhe sales that have been wisest heads, and best hearts, that ever adorned any ha- of compact between the original states, and tihe people out any consideration at all.
tling-n~nthoseanlandsta thshouldre'lto be preseribed~b atby Coiies~~f~rr s et made since those causes Ihave Ceased to operate, a much tlon. Appreciating tlhe advantages of education, as they of tlhe ceded territory, unalterable, unless by comnlon But, sir, settlement as w\ell as pnrchase sa n~pn
The states thus appealed to, .1, ,1,. at It lifth, to a longer per0"iod, probably"ot less than double that length must have dine, and not less devoted to the interests of consent, it is expressly :said, "thatt rtligiun, morality, and sable prerequisite to the right of enjoying the use F; he-
,adl spri of "amn "n co.iaton .-a"de t ieme, wod be reclu1site to effect sales to tlle same tlleir respective states than ourselves, had they cousider- knowledge, being necessary to good government, andi nefit of the reservations. Its importance to tbe Union
ladbe s pio t wic harmoeny reuetd cchtonfd the-nt amou-n't'w *, ed those cases as presenting eqnal claims upon them, the happiness of'mankhnd, schioois, and the ineans of ed- may well be imagined, by contrasting thie pl'esent value-
cession without htipulaen, reruexpitedyf thea-nt, hose Wands -tlhcn, Mr. President, is to be the consequence of they never would have pl'ovided tor the one, so prompltly, ueation, slndl l frever be encourageed." otentoa oanwtiwa ol rbbyhv
evr ihoul t becnieest u at com onvr expicitly, that thse ands be- antinlg this quantity of laud to the states, in whose fa- and have postponed, and totally neglected tlhe other, so Atei a o estedl fCnrs opo enisvlehdi eandt hstm at n n
wtfit of the Union, as it thecn was, or thereafter might be : your it is applied" for ? It surely cannot be seriously in- long.- The gentleman from Mary:land, thel'efore, iu hiis elo- vide tbr tlhe establishment of the new states, than to dis- inhabited. And this is certaildy but a tair and jtu, t view
and hatthe shold e fitliul' an bon fietdspo ed tc.eLo vest t"e old states with the power to plant co- quent appeals to tnle magnaninimty ot" the lnemblers of the pose of tlhe lands, it mav be considered a t' rlinnate'eir- of the subject ; for, if'the new states are to be. charged
ofnfo that they onhpurpose, "httlyandborna fider dipoe d or nr- s- f ,tean'rts in tlhe new ones. This would be ira- new states, ought uot to fbrget.that, whatever of disappro- eulnstante, that those tw o objects were so well ealcula- with the reserved sections, they, sureh, ought to have
opore that cmo ups,"nsrootherr",' ort- practicable, and, to those states, utterly useless Waiv- bafion is fairly due to their opposition to tlhe measlnrewli ichl ted to harumonize with echl otlher. Since, had it been credit tor tlhevalue wlhiclh their settleneuts aud improve-
The UitedStats, threfoe, hving olicted ind ac- ther0 1 important considerations, which I torbear even hle presses with so much ardour and ability, equally aip- otherwise, tlhe obligations to provide for both, wonld inot mleuts have imparted to the residue.
TheUnted ofaes therseon uore suclin trsolctende suaei- to'alud to t he .vasit extent of tile natioulal domain, and plies to those distinguished sages and patriots, wlho have ihave been tile less imperative. Nor wo-uld anv of the Sir, said Mr. E. with tlhe settlement of tlhe country its
eepedofth c ss-aions upon u ch thems --lnerb sulch cirn- th chans of unimrove lanP10'" ids, than"^ od/or it, a|- retired from tlhe stage of pubic action, with so much tio- ori'i l states h'ave had just cause of colnplaint, i' llle ilnprovenments nnst progress. These, by multiplying
epmstaees-hdispos bof hsends o thelnsle, byd soemnii ofrth- u rseto etn-sul ad oavn or and glory : or whose souls have fled to another and~ fornnttion of the new cues had evcn required saeritices the comnfots, conveniences, and advantages, of at rest-
pamo,, t adi oe.ofo nhoe. otaerdse or, thepose -whatd.o evte/r,"tof t 1he fbrd but little pros et o reutinsch lands itpovedvn- better worhd, to receive the rewards ot the virtues they" oi the part of the Union. For tlhat being one of tlle coi- dence in it, will eoutinue to render tlhe wacant residuum
grmoss- cann ot no, otheli, cosstentrl y p.whathove; roon fa g'e, o"rl of. even. ]lvn "te ete.u, ipoe practised in this., ,,,* editions of those grants or cessions, must be considered as inore desi'able, inore valuable and availabh-, till the whole
.amdhonor, disreg'ardthose solemn engagements., byr with- oject, the, must. be, either to anthorise the Sir, said Mr. E. the great and leading distinction be- a part of thie consideration thereof, and none could, tairlv of it shall be disposed of. The policy, therefore, which
drawing the Whole, or any part, o ldie fun d so surrender staltes- to dipose': of thle land, or that this government tween those cases is, that the one had for its object, the or honestly, claim the benefit of the one, without contri- luas liithcrto required the condition o'f !'settlement,. must
-d fo tl. g s of the Unon and erro n -i to shats;ll become their tioueert~** tor tliat purpose. The for- common benefit and advantage of 'all tlhe states in. their buting inl just proportion to the other, continue to prevail, so long as the United States retain
e~,fo m the one or more Ust ,ands 'prpitn it tta mer would be transferring' to those .states a power e.xcclu- federal character. IThe other is intended for tlhe particu- Il orde, therefore, to do justice- to f "isdo, "or aniy of those hands, and arc desirous of disposiug of tlhem
Sir,~ ~ sadM .*g h tiuain o i,,ntd Si es ly .delegSated to. Congrcss-- a right to do that, wlhicll, lar use and benefit of'certain states in their state cbarac- s h,^ an profound policy, w hiic~l dictated tlhe reserva- to tlie best advamtage. But this requisite, also, is to be
embraidce the stiulaion of thos Uan.ifthed Stot caeeordb0gto the sti,^pudation~s before refirred to, can only ter. The former was colfobrmable to the powers and ob- tion of'a part of the national doinain, tbr the SUpport of dispensed with in fa'or uo" the citizens of the originally
eimbrawe anepwho..of thoem'n ,from the n use o u wh c n bh e p~erformed" by Congress. For, I take it for granted jeets of federal legislation, and consistent with the stipu- education, it is necessary that that measllre should be states, withonit requiring anyv thing whatever of them, to
withre w anyc'part..olted theme, around accepted wlih tery tht i'f you cannot vest in the stlcal~te tlle righ to dipose laions, of'the United Statcs, with the stalte-s wtich1 ceded considored1 in relation to bothi of lhe objects referred to. COunteibalanee it. Would this be fair an~d impartial jus-
wee selea~ve solask ithed edtemn rodM, and cetd w 'here I o their respective interests in the vehole of the public their lands, and can only be )ustitied upoln such grounds. rsdnsi r .cnueyu ie


limit to) ur Power over the...?a. ll y transr to tloem no power to dispose of er s warranoeh oy no telegatuon ot authority time, by attempting to demonstrate the genleratal political I\ .: I;,,,-to aln correct view of the subject, it is ia-
make partition of the whole of' them am ong t sewen part of hm. But sr, up rs there is nothing whatever, either expressed or implied, and wouid be in considerations which must have recominndcd its adop- ".. ...... ,ibee citizens of the original slaue!s participate
states of the Union ? And how te solid in thisobjection, what is to be the eflecL upon your direct contravention of those stipulations, and, therefore, tion. The influence of education Ipon ltle happiue's, largely in tle benefits of tho present reservations tor the
stipulations of the Unioted States- First, that tile i h Treasury, of authorizing the states to sell tile land pro- cannot be supported at all T he one involved lo breach nmolal power, g ode' Lye u, and pr tosperily oa" anv support of education d eit those ofrthe new states cad
tlpi tlo.ns of'h Unt itged settlina t-irst, a ts theu reKula- posed to he granted to them ? They must enter into corm- o enoagemen s witlh th;e public creditors, since the p-ledge couunitv, is too obvious to requne illustration. -Oll, have no sucl correspondent interest hi tlie proposed dof
d fr grantongess. Settlindl those ted should be pre-etion with you. In proportionto the extent oftheirsales, of the lrueeeds ot the sale of public lands imposed no indeed, sir, could any one, nmc. less nysell; add any nations. These are inended for the exclusive benefit of
tedd; and, thgrdly, that being settled, they should b be whatever they may be, yours must be diminished; because obligation to change a mode of disposing of them, which thig uiou the subject, mor luent or convincing, tlhe frner. Nor is any thing proposed in favor of the
timed; anthirdlytht Iebciang settle, thdeysitted b "not ionly the price, tilesale ofland, nsto depend upon the had then been five vears In operation. The other would than what we hal e lheadv hard from thlif honorable latter, as a counterpoise, or equivalent, for this want of
rd into dtinct Republica states, admitted into relation which supply bears to demand ftr if the price be bet most flagrant 'violation oft' tlle fi of the United e.i a, om Mal- .. cciproitv,_or glaring-incla'!itv ; and .urelv, 4.y wh









have reposed in perfect safety, under the shade of their had a hardbargain in t k" cause they FREDERICeKSIIURG, VA. Nov. 15.-A correspon-" -WASHINGTON THEA IRl
own vines and fig trees, at their native homes, are not have lost a part of their oBut, sirr, had A dent observes,"That in a late Alexandria paper
entitled to be placed in a more eligible situation, in rela- it been retained by Enghuoi bn,4 it is by appears an alarmingiiii and high sounding paragraph This Evening, Noveber 19h,
on to theenaional dComainthanlthose who braved the no means certain, that thoswe lost less. ... respecting the stoppage of an extensive shipping Will be presented the admired Comedy of
dangers, encountered tlhe difficulties, and submitted to Had it renlailled tile owimr to her house in this place. Now our back country cus-
all the privations incident to the settlement of it. superio riy sc d by heruni- TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. s this place Now our back country cu HE BR I DAY
It is adnutted, sir, that one of the principal objects of form conduct, there is uc PPse they tomer:, especially those over the mountains, will OR, THL7 fECOA CILLqlIIO* .
the reservations was to encourage emigration ; and the would have lost more, an recollect, that if failures take place in Alexandria, To conlde withth r arce of
policy of the measure, in that respect, is not questioned, I know, sir, sair gravely asser- lr. Edwardss Speech-We omit several arti- we leave them to be settled by our neighbors with- To ccHithefa-itearce of
y'et it is contendJed thaLt tile -ight of the o,4ig alI states tol. ted by one most I' ct e I' Iit .tile o' %'ind .ad'soitsvea at THE REVIEW ;-
an eq portion tt of thepubclandsfortlt pp tof sa e re eo cles to day, for the purpose of presenting entire, out publishing their losses. If a large house here rr.
education, within their respective limits, grew out of the have thrown every i of emigration I in one paper, the Speech of Mr. EDWARDS, of I- has stopped to take time to arrange their afthirs, nov 19-
adoption ofthat measure, is coeval with it, and is not at- to the national doni oes not appear I Senate of the United States deli- we have that confidence in them to believe, that
all impaired by the delay in asserting it. But, really sir, to me to be very c ives which in- los te Senae o as they have a great deal of valuable estates, they THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock.
it appears to e, that those cases not only do.t. restup- duced them so zealously s belg surren- vered at the last session of Congress, on the pro- wil be able to pay mostif not all they owe. But E public sale of valuable lots, auhoriz.d to be sold
o tie same foundation butthat Ihe ltter is e timely in- der ed as a natial fund s brac oftith position to grant to the old states portions of ti of the thfarmer will still find in this town many large last, dy a act og ,rpd on ate 7th ofe 22a
consistent w ith, a tn d calculated to de lieat the very policy involN ed ill such a nnI" ''e cn just abI m en1 1 v '' '* .tion lLte 19thue wi u n u i ii u u m n ndsby an t act ot 1 th o'l ok io, pA ss. M .t e
of te former. To adopt a measure to promote emgra- as rational astile Japanese i, in which one public lads for the purposes of Education. Cir- houses, and merchants who will pay cash and fair of the same month, will be continued on Tuesday ncxt,
tion,-nd atthe same timeto grant equal advantages to man rips open his Own pleasure otim- cumstances, which it is unnecessary to mention, prices for produce at all times-banks well sup- the 19th instant, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
all those who might not choose to emigrate, would be posing an obheation on w his example.' ic- plied with the precious metals-and stores of all By order of the commissioners:
al- "l s h o m gI" i o i l w ia h a v e in te t'f qe d o p e e t n e r i rsul c t on rle d wts h th ea p mre c l a rio s e ta s a d s o e f ly o d r o t e C m i s o e s
very much like a sport which many of us have witnessed None coulu have lost mIc less, by such a have interfered to prevent an eaier pu ion merchandise." P. AURO,
in ouryounger days, of building up with one hand, for measure, than those very e can be known of this speech, which, though it is in opposition to I nov 13-dts auctioneer,
tile mere pleasuret of' knocking down with, the other.--of the intimeoese tracts -( vestern country-, CD vsadhv n- Teipni ra ac
Noone could beattractedto reinOte wilderness, ad- which yet rctntaIt o b bes pposedt the policy we ourselves deem wise, and have uni- The impending great match between EclipseC
vantages which he could equally enjoy without o.in any measure of that kindtay o ther ma- formly advocated, we must confess is an argument and Sir Charles, whose grandsre (to both) was F TI-ITH a view to competition, the order of the races
.there. In this respect, therefore, the policy oftl.sme a- trial effect upon emiaave changed its stron as to be calculated Old Diomed, may give interest to the following : as eretoforeadvertised, o commence on the 21st
sures is so directly hostile to each other, that the one direction, and swelled of some of the great y so strong as to be calculated misstatement appearing under the Petersburg is changed e advertisedas follows, to wit: commence o the 21st
:must necessarily exclude the other, other western states I erefore, that the to weaken in some degree the confidence of those resectin te pedigree of the celebrated First day, two mile hts, fora purse ofgS00; second
SBut, sir, with whatever objects or motives the present inducements afforded to the originalstates,who have been most zealous and most conscien- runnino- horse Sir Arch (the sire of Sir Charles, day, three mile heats, for 300; and third day, four mile
system of disposing, of the public lands may have been have neither been so p us, nor its effects, ie dve b mos z in nnin ose AtY, e sieof heats, 0,hr e 0 het for a ;ny horse, or r gelding,
adopted, let it be remembered that, though now corn- which they so deely d as ively the results' tious in maintaining the opposite doctrine. Sir Wilhliam, Rattler, Lady Lghtfoot, he Beg- agreeably to the rules of the Club.
plained of, as if it had been the decision ot some partial, of their liberalforbalant,as seems to have Wve have on file, and propose to publish, a De- gar Girl, Duchess of Marlborough, and many oth- ",'lE STEWARDS.
unjust, corrupt, foreign tribunal, it was a measure of the been imagined. l oltina e r er first rate racers,) his first owner thinks fit to N. B. Persons are particularly requested to keep their
original, now complaining, states themselves-and unless In the enumeration ofs and injuries for fence of the Maryland esoio, a ey a re firt ogs froh trBecourse, ar s all found there will be indis
communities, when the sole arbiters in their own cases, which they demand ind we find them com- usually called, from an able hand-if we mistake i o Arch w.. bg b oonel Taloe, in part- criinately kl-d. It is also particularly rcquested-, that
a r e .in f i n i t e l, m o r e l i a b l eo :th a- w h o seid ut hs dSi rp r e v i o u ssa nr eh ebd ayCo fot h e M a t c h R aie ,pt h
ae infinitely more able than individuals to lose sight planning tiat the sale fI lands" *'has pre- not, from the original author of the resolves. We ership with A. Randolph Esq. of Virginia, Vhose te da previous, and te day of the Match ace, te
of their interest altogether, arid be unjust to thelseies, vented an increase o to s in tinthe Atlantic u P track atutof woe l he avoided, except by h1rs.s in training.
it musthave been adopted for their own benefit, and ful- states," though they hav acre of land of their shall, as we have it not in our power to furnish share was purchased at two years old. leaving (The Club meets Tlis evening, at S rather's.
I et -oy elized allthe avaentges anticipated "om) own tu dispose of in tho.g'rettingexceeding- any speech on that side of the question, present run with success, he was sold to R. Wormeley, nov 19.-
persons who had gone to the public doain, f the li into" iaullnve' ".in gu .a.r-gu our readers with some extracts from that tractEsq. of0 s llandl"timateo becamethepro- W Es TAL IH MenT.
persons ^^ ^^ d ~ S whot^ ^S -^ n had gone toom theac~o puli domact, if there NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
wereaygo suchre.; bUtonlueponthose hO could ndfcomplaints dWill baratulehigh p of which willbe found clear and strong, and in some e became established as the best racer te neu ta'sApoth. e or uons
which it tendered, were then, constantly have been, and population, from which lndence and wretch- parts new. country. ceived and opened avery splendid assortment of FAICN-
still are offered alike to the free acceptance of every ci- edness would be insufhere is nothinglin the He was foaled in 1805 ; his sire was Old Dio- GOODS consisting in partof
tizen of the Union, and consequently it was in its origin, history of our own, or ntry to authorize the The Session of Congress commences on Mon- ,. i b l Homes. His dam, Cas- Diamond an, Rub. Finger Rings
l -n nedl nmported by Col. Homes. ,. ,
has continued tobe, and still is, equally ir ad justi opinion that it would b-icious totile interest day week. The arrival of two or three members, tianira, imported y Col. Tayloe, June, 1799, was a am er ast ,
relation to all of them. Nothing-, thereibre, can be more arid happiness of the g our population, or to Se. h uteo ,eartoa'avrmn s .., t t a, striig "earlEar"Rigs,BeatPins, ando
unreasonable, than to consider those reservations as par- tprsoof t ofu and the bustle of preparation, already remind us gotby Rockingham, out ot Tabithla, (see General ingerdo
thc]rsevto friee f u oeroua( i igerdoo
ySnStud Book pa(e 464,) own sister to Miss KlglS- Fligrea pind
tial donations to states that had no existence, or to a ter- that its tendency would nee the interest of the of the approach of a busy session. Stud Book, page 464,) own Sister to MS Kings igree ad plain do .
'itory unpeopled, but by savages, to be subdued and ex- few, that have land to expense ofthe many, Mr G Al D, the President pro tern of the land, who was got by Trentham, out ot the dam Fine Gold C ,ains, Seals, Keys, and Trinkets
Pcl.ed.e" ewtho have it to buyr. astead of unpe-dming, it a"id M.. of Pegasus. Castianira was also the dam of e-o do do
Pernttme here, slrtoava.'myselfof.theexampleofthe K ^ ^^o' eae -a ari-"dthere. Mr. BROW and Mr. TopazTR rquosan Coral~r Rigs Breast Pin%"
honorabtlmehentlemanfrom Virginia i n:ef teeapl- tewould be calculated eingration-since, m Senate, has arrived here. Mr. BRow n estion, by Buzzard, (bred by Col. Tayloe, and Topaz Torquois and Coral Ear Rings, Breast Pins
honor e ntleman fraom Virgin ie, i un o tothat proportion to th age dfliining lands i theeol JOHNSOx, the Senators from Louisiana, and Mr. sold to Co. Taylor, of South Carolina,) and see- ,es s, Shoe c Hooks and F
portion or' ttle national domain which lies'upon'tile Pa- states, there would boMotives to seek it else- JHSN h eaosfc oiinsl oCl alr fSuhCrln, n e- Jet-Neck. Laces, Clasps, Shoe Buckles, Rocks and
vecific Ocean. In its present situation, as a source of re- where. WILLIAMS, a Senator front Mississippi, are also eral other capital runners. T. Eyes, and Amulets
nue, it is not now, nor can it ever be, of any manner of use Mr. Edwards here roat, being himself great- on the ground. Washington, Nov. 1822. Miniature Settings, Jazson Chain, Silver and Plated
to us. As was correctly stated by the gentleman to whom ly fatigued, and feari exhausted the patience of ,,. Pencil Cases
I er, a project for establishing a colony upon it, hasal- the Senate, he should led to omit, or postpone ALBFRT H. TAY is e-elected a Representa- DIED, Coral and ohr Beads and Bugles, of all c.- and
red nae, tl tlbrtoso n rnho'ieNo- to a f-uture sta-e of, tl~, other views of the sub- To ~ritois elConm s oa n elNee f
tonal Legilature. Suppose, then, thtCongress, with ject, which le was aesent to the considea- tive in Congress from the state of New York, and At New York, on Friday morning, Doctor FREDE- Tortosee As, Coral and Bells,Neeles of
aview to revenue, to commercial advantages, to the se- ainofh Snte aiki ARHMo teU.StsLy
c t ltea tiof t t said hecontrasted the JoN REED, from the state of Massachusetts. RIC P. MARKHAM, of the U. S. Navy. nd
cu ty f o r rtd r ,and to prevent the encroachm ents relative situation s ; e f ti n w and old ?_ a '-- la d Branches and Canal-esticks, Table "I Tea t
o ival powers, should determine to colonize tis section states in relation osed appropriation. I 3Meeting of U. S. Bmk Stockholders.-We are ALE OF FURNITURE. Spoons, and T
sal consent and approbation, sesto ev ry niver- had intended to ted simir contrasts be- requested to remind tle Stockholders of the Bank IiS afterno a i, o'clock, at my Auction RooMs, I ( rs it er ea rs, l.
so c ns nt a d pp ob ti n t nd r o v ry 11iz nof t wl e en tile claim s of not old states them selves RTt~a T rays and W aiters, ltearth B rushes l l ;
the United Statesany inducements whatever to emigrate and beth rf d teemea sel of the United States, within the District, of the i shall sell a great variety of Household Farniture, aid 'ocket Combs
thither-for whose, but the benefit of the Union, would Proposedto be grter. I had, also intended meeting which is to ttke place this day, at the consistni, of Steel Chains, Seals, and Keys
ti.measure be adopted? .IHow, and linfavorm of whom to have Shown that ting the principle contend- Office of Discount an( Deposite, in tlis city, with .''b ed.este00Boxs Gilt i ewellery, suitable for
the d t er o sit d bee dn tm ust d p artial eed fbr by the lhnot le m an from M aryland, th e the v iew of ap point g D delegates to represent Bt r -a sC arI ns di ro a ote superior to *Vc
th trm f t a benacepted by a solitary individlu- Cltpltdap:n isrbto fteln endersf,Looking ,dabses, Candlesticks offe-ed itthe district.
al ? If fair and just in its oigin, ow co dit d contemplated appo onld distribution of the land them at the Conventiol of Delegates, to be held Plat,,ed Castors, SeUtees, Rocking Clairs 1Silver Soup Ladles, Tahle, Dessert, Tea,
otherwise merely by eofecting the very objects it w n doe ma rfest un states o at e ale at Philadelphia, on Mmnday next, for the purpose Decanters, Tlumbers, Wine Gblsses, a..Its Mustard spoons, Sugar Tongs, &: -
tended to accomplish ? Could mere inducements to for the "partii r es which the new States de- of fixing on a suitableperson to be voted for as Pos, Kettles, Wa.h Stands, & &c. Silver and Steel Spectacles, with green a n
emgration in this case, be considered as originating a refol'om tire pres f Pdisposin ts publi President of the Banl. hoPur naed, (i oe to d esnree toe the dle Ccw punctlio oter c
caim toequaladvantages ivourofall those who i Pit lands, for the bell Union, ,is inconsistentwithlbt0 clocksWatches, arid many other article
not choose to emigate ? How wonderfully efficient, s every idea of n rment; and that the latter The New Orleans pipers of 19, 20, 21 and qod of the fin'nurr e in season o clnmelce n fancy line,. i d
would be a measure for Such a purpsel w hshou veyidaof-ldAnn; n ta tebitr ivenin .6 u.tioa of Dry Goods, e'c. The.segoods were purchased I'or cash, and (;.n
ci tch b c States mightwith riety, demandanequi talent October,announcethectinuanceoftheyvellowfe- which a c ehw al offer pr tgive gra
promise to every citizei-,tile samue benefits for staying at for thi'"at iua tges ;whicbthe tormner derive wihAl ei- I a-) ll~llgi h~ hl fe rcswocwi nl i ogv ra. a
home, with which it intended to tempt his removaLto a from the t public money within their ver with unabated violoice. An impressive fact to a great variety of dry goods, washes, &c. &c. Bar- is ends, and the public enerally, are miv, .
d i s t a n t u n s e t t l e de x fcp u l icry ,o nth r o u g h t e i r v r'a cr e ats s wi lydo f d r y o o d s
d Stnunettled country,to taracklesswderless limits, or from sure of national policy. shliew the desolation of the City, is, that the Fe- ius ray be expected. ai seefor of descriptions car
Of'tetnt s.c ir i"te~eyctznO nov, 19- M. 1`002, auct'ir. Clhacks and' Watches of all d~escriptions car !to.e
United States now demand ofnou a rqu'artzensection that owe ver Intent myself with remarking o eral Court there wai opened, and neither par- paired, and warranted to pErform well-, I d
kindabec use ouaveve thrtquanieytost e sodier ofthiim r lid a d Siler W ok of l L-n d B xe eut4E,
hnd, because you gave that quantity shers o a aere nak xecte v our own previo b ties, lawyers, jurors or ,itn,'sss, attended-and VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE. Gold and Silver Wrk f -
^ ^ thn-tr.'a^tiS .h ^^ -^ 323,lulou lit tile b,st^ *"n : ::n n
yIur ate ry.hNo' could any thi bee^ore outra-zo liatons, or so future interest. So tras the Court was close[ without having acted on a il the r s eeee h rs f 2 tno 1,o .
gcously unjust, than to Promise Iyour fellow-citizens a jtile public ],Inds sold, the right to the reserved upontepremises- tiluhsursof' fewit I" s, 19 Mii,
gratuity for settling upon the public land, and then to sections had vest inhabitants of the respective single cause. o'clock, expose tosale,h t Public auction, a Trac" of Land, N. B In the ccubseeort .-te P -ew a L v.eMSI
make them pay for it, by deducting its full value from townships and d-endatallforits validity upon containing about 500 acres. 'Ih:s land liesnupon the ri- receiveeaew of "Le.t,
their due proportion oifacommon stock, as is proposed theg-rantsto the r you neither could have with- The Morninl C"ironicle, a Daily Newspaper at vepone, and is zA part of te elaofte o the lte o Ws,,tc. .
to be done by the proposition uponyour.table, held norimpaire e nthose states now do so. Se n a Y PAIMLY-7JCad.at, :
^^^^ ed A' ^t "^ ^ es| [x^traad(hmFetel^urf ..... t ^^^ ^ ^^ S^^.

lost a part of their population and wealth.r tobel perohlr conductvesto a oes o n(o newspapers die of in thio country-want ol nu- ,ck C f co ,, l ending upo the arm, streets o d d t
-a eadr'uemeor eonlaim' of1 anti-nat orall' n itsshas beenfSuppo, sir, E. the nel states no rihtto tereserv-d t riit. 'hesate tri. ll t lN.enrtC ostr sale a
Scs con hv dy stmo po Within a few days the have been many arri- VL O ri"e t i." ;' red it. liton l, aol
oneoN tim wleecura f s o0 vals of persons foc dio.ent parts of the country .e cn t u ne t
m e ri t w i cu l r y i s s e o b d ff f t e e d u ~ g -'c a ll v e s t e i t h e r i n t h o s e S t a t e s u n1 t l nl e tl y e l l0 f a t tu r a l l ( )te n c elf'o u .y d eCC T rh. .L ,,.r r, i s i t a_1 1 s t d t d ol i r a t o w d a y s a t M r S H A N D Y s ,-


dnt l her themselves afibrte emigration, ir e son at hea to see THE RACES. T ages are all Ci onhichtereisanexceent ga,, .. edL c Chi Jorna.
ouitfaIn tfc sad ui1cntl i seitt th e t Nonhine thot you could or and we suppose willbetsofor somthe odays.Meanwhile, th at t oue phstena ery. e u odi Q.iue, on s dical ae ur Setee ,
objects be accomplshed w itnort disposing of the landr ? But aeret tth cond e to be owed the aspect of the wea.hr is rather unpromising, Ith balance in two eiual annua instaniments, the payment s v.
hlost a part oter popntn n owth theproalc.nvchso erthete porO and there is soIe grour1d to apprehend that we w uhereof bo b cr etd t teud the NORTHE rdRN H treaLe
tAn argument so sectional, a a nddi wti-nationali be itst h- Spo tr3 thbere e wnul states d refused shl huent f woe tbth y. ilt be shown to'ee H, b tie rL ,eclentsformd the gentaeenl



aniner oisedtha of the states could, for a great liberality ar equivalent foradvantages per to curiosity, though we have no idea it will Fredericksburg, nov 19-ts of Wsshington, Georgelown, and their vicinity es,
-tact r, surely comes with a bad g ace fr'o those waho, m h- tterially lessen the B hi c c Le as
,,qunce o...... ..s mm o m ,n c come your trhyou would not, oil tha tapccont, those disposed to purchase by WIL.IuAnNIoBfENT, Jr. ,alhse au'hn r m t this Treatisde kw ow topI,
we ith f thr everance eatehng taie nm ost h fsast ru soben- hrob ble heaed e h yr e ofrg n d pin ag eeig o forr V O N uoer ses. n i g e iou s en st h s c it tl es o rse-o








n factoudhaves isie cot of othLers o N state bear to taxcthe of individuals, aydispthe consequent Our THEATRE is Open for the present week, as A PROCL AMy TI n-E q rVA. T, reasonable terms. To he seen at Mr. sAS sta-
sequences to or common coutr, at a most awfl crisis n o c, advertisements This is an H c lsa o eoth eticdiseit,. this l wevenoleme
forinsisted that thots ljlse clam oal rtatesr sthere- taxation, ;a on s five hundred thousand acres of pr u expected addition to the attractions of the ,d An act td rde n nto one thee several a o forte m CLAUDIU- nag EDON..
rsscured iotoscededhsettle- o anoti servediseetion,Wyashlpn f which e asotary sale wofaed, parcel of ti eichlad estates c,.e..r.... acres, ip.-a,,Teeth, and sensible observatiVEas on the cEusts
forme ino separate states," for "he purpose of payingeightv acres oil een made. ahat, then, haveyou to SeeTEn ",.' F T itAC S. **.^re0a lc d :i S I O chill dIC





and which they w would not now be so unjus ant one o of t hs e gi ntt lea thtylhons f rs o andwe suppose willbeso bso days.Meanwhiee o ree returns o the election of Members a IAT the subscriber, ofrmec e George's Connt, Md.
qsh, were it in their power to do so. u ladt A letter frm a gentleman in Rio Janeiro to reeti te th gress of the United hath obtained, from the Orphans' Court of said




hamtive, n 'a, oeo urage emt1i i on, being fthead cs Into1tOatl19-d to -f-, his friend in Boston,mentions, among other things tore 1 1 enumerate and asce-tain the number of county, lette,. of administration on the personal estate
hvantaoes expected to be dervefrom itthese must have S ,u rat q r t h i thit the a press in Rio is as free at present as it Is g given for a e ch and evea prs. n votedfr as, Mem- of THOMAS HAWKN, late o said County, deceased:
ie rit b -y l6 ---eff o- ,- ... t they are f ou n do com pacts which "either Part)' is aw 'l there is som e grou t~d to apprehend that lie whereof to be Secured by (teed of trust upon the laid, N OR I{.I ER N Hl)I -LE
y m~uoronrs. And b y whom, but citizens'nwa ibi-kgnuo ir~ ) ieadte ed ftepurchasers with security. _b &e
ofthe United Siates,t cns it intended t n sn io wa or d ela d is'OOO O "1 y 4l "T ..+L wil bea m- ardt bondso tit c P. shal treec




is not to be sp e nt te e oe p ar t of the ne00 I, they have, Unthinkmaniesteds ted States. Unwde the olgov b nent, bea dam- .o I"I, 1 etrseE earned e be sectf m, Ih eforms the gende en




to emigrants, depending upon a condition ti'om which And1 a"t the~ l st ate snit u,3,onhX when the king wats there, thecre was but one paper upeon ,ae-f the w^rson or (,ersons dug elected in tlhe subscriber, at or efore the first d.,y of June next;
the it pte c arrespondentadvantagesu, rat great aliting a ful equivalent advantages printed to curiosity, thoua week, which published d noidea thing wll Fredericksburg, nov 19i-tse,





om thome benthaeyietsowas pT otllety a wc b e king' decrees ; there are now twelve pa- hea ct do, by tis our cn c o t- e U
talent can, in reason or ust ncy, so contracted aid sel- Ltheither or i bound to purchase, to pers, most of them published daly, giving news e returns made to us, it appears a n
Nor have t heorigin ave exe mpted themselves fIpefect them, it rthe used to give any i inl. The prevent the Races, or evse n aterially lessen tle By NhiseLs el h c t PIth eastls 1trty N.-w York, with a few





th*Lt their citizens have exercised and enoyed the bpau asoageeto the taxes upon the same quantity of ite un er te new gov ertunent, Jose Bonefarcio Kent, E1q 1 e^ e ct^^:0 elc ed te forth d strict; Pubic Sale of Furniture, f n of thepivi thus secmrednto talloeml f conse- at whic h onor, in part, to represents de Audradare Silvia, h called a econd raklin, nel s t, qrs, were elected for n be sold, I on, h husi.day morning, the r :o t
rnt only the necessary and intohvended consed uences of 'a'en lrobia ,e-o talk no more about fair a n r o the Br. ilians. Te trial tltrit ore Michell, sq was elected at 10 o'clociy, wihoul reserve, to cose se






fheir ofnhmeasrbt they werefthe ryhard baressengae of inatinjs b ag nhts beon es. nnd he editor of r the s ixth d'"1ict illward, 'r Esq1 was veral concern*i accountt wi{1 the "tate of 1)AviD
xt u lousive cost ofnt oters c, stae,1 had ben tried or a libel on the eeecaAP the sev0 nth r JM T -tone, mainivedasitea new iursture c,,ishrses
in e," anct wd have mi e s wan to r HERtBtaxtinifindividuals, andin the cotrsequent Our TFe, a ci tted. The writer is of oino, as was elect ii reasonable ters. be seen t Mr. SAN ) 'SSta-
te exumsion of hercitizens b rom the brighteof'erow m iatc"itizens.fo'rall, mtw, w ns ew that one Osef the first acts of tie Cont ess Waill be 'Eknlder the ..Seal of the sate of Mary- I P..stegd l
in to the bc e adfoundhs .l worse, m bedrat d n ; as he am determined not to mpay any to putastop to the slave trade. "I thk," e re- an this 12th ay o November, in 1 d usectt ary and o ioli Case
fIvantage nc .se ne ral tat etit hadacresofun m arks,"we may rely addition this being dattractonse o en, tc t eue in o ur Lotod one t e aho. -nn .-, .. CIAUDI..dRDrenchON.s







Sthe improved condiion ofyouppe n nov 9J f LEWIS vA uS KENNEDY. od fri t h In tle year 1821, forts eight unde t t oi ,11
yourcom noterceandusy claim an eqauymentftionofeour pt or accommHdatio (t. the .ac. Ground, embarked in i'fica on board ships owned in this i tis ,e tone ee k of ev te Cou-cil. 6 kof Mus.ard
which uptoey ohe puelves crei t;ndthilcu ity 1aryjons rtreyas ge r a fter the uerpa ce o ho hit eot husn oehuded OIrdsered htth g foretons nd torreglatematid epblised cr- c c
These advantages, however, ar e much lesir own cit,,t he has erected a .y ex.en.ive BOOTH a ...r. and tw arrived aeave. whe numbe. imported at ,7c .. e ,e the sivce r or ends inehe Maftryland .'zln h ai, Jtr








of your own liberality, than efthe bold enter.,, no sp aetachned .ro he adjoining Mr. Holmead1s the other ports is immense. Republican, at Annapohs, t ,
v e nturous, and aspiring character of ulnjuzst a-g eosure, which he has .tpnled with a choice selection Feden, Gaoette, al laltimore, the Naona Inteb.ger i l, maIIogIAT .y 3eurra G
the superior liberality of some of tetdso to peP iland, w yes an ter li t orsa lte wiof t- lclve hin ra- Great Crom -Messrs. J. & M. Pratt, of Eaton, cer, the star and eston e e t he o mbe 1 AT th ba ied, frt rae s Cot, d










edu ontermmoedvt yg sim ta- lm tee es of ground, tl e aston n thing quane oone!i dIAN .NKeY. I do CandteOands
ever ghen less to emigrants. ox roe A GOOD WOMAN COOK WANTED tity of four hundred and ninety-four and an half nov 9 is.tv4w til s tdo i"'"idebo
England, France, and Span, have a hed a dceta thertnumbe of our r ofI count of THOMAS DOlu, at the Office of the bushels of Iadnndiastratn on the corn-an average of one un- rsoal s te
sevantages expected to bei superivedfom iad t, the lhw aN ,'tiosal s rateleceq. u o sv.nto-two and a half bushels to the G RAN D BALL. Ai
teatente ondsyh e iden t h..pe istribuesnsioni I- S e acre. votes gven i of the ...,s -itvotn e foras N l.e I\t 'l0 M stove, ; i..,lh apparatus completed










bntrnasth et monarchies and fi- t SALE POSTPONED. [So say the papers-but, as for us, why, we ^W IS CAlDSI resectrullyaftrns s friends, an,.l 2 s t nex c. &c
ora l .. t .ghe l i .to-.am so ..to esa y o any e ou a. et650,000 it should believe i" m ore readily had w e r seen it. It lo congress aft nsai resth ecuiem a v el a tl ere.-. a persons b wig e ,. ...ga... .ec., .-, ,
r Present sien tt. ebenefitstherefore, OfereA tr,30,00 must have been the ,,. n t hy .., n .,m n s.,' i b ll be or, thee warned t xbit the a me, with the vouchers therenf, to
ato emigants, depe nding upon a condition from ,r nC a n the o rite t e Itac i 'a" th we thenk' thwast here, thesred- was but one papers t1upond ec ,, lr, e r ,o' ^ t oduIe e l u heIs ub be ter brhe st of rNe lne
thand subjectedall intruded s oresp rnd roent ca h "a .. i f, then, e dir cf the ol l exp ost twu n u lc .iale for t n---,, d1 hn, me o re In t pti e er, rs as a prelude to the ball, for nov 18-d"e '.,-Ihrs.. a ct ncernx

whenever th .tby... il it in -.. u lloed, t a least"Imuchland a," contend has been gra nted to"Illi nois, printedll twice a&wee c hpu blished..7, e h respet i ave di s e veal p nruau, otniec ls-, tu y a5 of mersc r. eby law ex e de ...........
... ..... .,,o,,was ln e considerationn lt i fi ; lu the same :'atzty1ofland w hic h rn. lestere -are now twelve D- ,pit ,1, nby thlis or procelamnation, dfelaeuu a'e e Fit of tile 3aid estate.
of thsebeefits was fully discharged, and no other equi.Je,....ustnst,'e ....1 .......hdec.. .. .es,,it....... tfthA deisaiid ayws,- ...dn o, et s tapast~tApal[ ULP.G
talent b aryfoneason of caonrus roecbe dem anded r (el isut, Monday u ohe 18th ... o.-.ovabe- r te 31Aell lED,
tor i, "r ,o a .erors oe at ntth ., .,The nrie11i- Neale, Esq. wi elected for tile nf s irst mus';,nc,- no19 Co...TE..
7 .-....b"ustates any reason to om ahel lt- th.. .spposed """gr .. -.leetd fr te sconddvs,1et; lunv
th izteu clt ~ ltocoP tillso-agree to the taxes upon the('s nle ultc tv1,e'ty of on l iOl~t, Sq ws elecedfr il ecnd, oic Ar
t h tztei r nt s h a v e e x e r c i s e d a n d e n j o y e d t h e b n t~ ..,11n is~t e r u n e r t h e n e w g o e t ue nl- 1 ,, s e .'1 3 o e e c e lr h eeo I ll s ri t C C ,i of K en i t .. e ,5 e
fitsOftithe Privileg'e thus sectred to the;forn such ben -mn, whicha ls exempted from taxauion--annfor tie '* I, ~l; .|,l ld rtkll ar'neld 1, .. ss elec"e, f-r,, he, ..... ,st,1r,," ,-,. *. ...Sal, "h, o ,,, ,. rni ur ,, e"
__is ., -n.. .. .....leo su n were I -or ,,t.alk ,no ,more 'bout faid and rl deau Ali S, r ,,,ni...ol, (,)LIIe'td5tm e uuL, ~ twe' t ... .. .tlil e ,,% o. .....uvo,..
tI ]J J e necessary and ttn ded ...... s e.al ,ne e'nagt .. .... me. .' -- Little. 1e e tochsbee
th e ir; o n m e a su re b u t nth e e n de d o nte v r s eq u n c e t i .. "a ri d g r e a tly b elo v e d b y v(li e Bl a 'a. tha n s 'l, t rir a l t t ta[ ln td ,stric t ; G e o rg e E li htc hl F sq s ntt t. a t 1 0 o tictl w i h ot b s t ,r v .
th~e contractsi ......h... the; pubIcan swee c by _. .. niLrv ...... ..... ,s ..... l .. ', ,...ll ,,110 edtorof, ? ":: (' t iuit ard John F"(. WslvenalccB T ,deern! is acd, op 'e lt e untr=cn~t g
lr yotol temi n tos oe oth )t{islt(I eo l~l~t lt illJro(1 t h| e seixth district n::lm. INw


:ei. orp" o~d ', .. : "'S... ',,'wetenfolhoowin.gdesc'ibed real ,.state, lying and beingihthe r.M' '-le,n T 'nov,,t "te dn,npa'uv wt ery acfr- iityENt A Irepcfll nom telde
an im r veso richly -bl lishp~aed, w ith yci ties ovated City of Washington, viz. le w oeo q uenub rd I hscto ~ 7his.b the wholy. qur. n m eror 1.,1 ;.'{{:1 w i e b ,rillimAllv illunli IQ d udeeyfielt .. ...... .. ..
: d P : t ebelshd it h citi S ,to s622, with the buildings t nd improvements thereon erect mick, .1 1,ININ I A I ';,Esq of th ie D epar't en to't e, or .. .. .." .." '" a nd etl m u of W hig nan Ge tn n
adac tscectlePors o n .. mil ro M.DvdYug d a ies honavernot hscvit u at i leCi l ets wl e ad-MleoIgnlmno ahigo n er-t
t'P~~catgTCS of tile m otad lflearts, and the muld- n execl:tioo us tile p property of jBenjarnnn (i. Orr, and Ou die 1Sth in by tile cnraetor;', T).s(3. by thvet t.cketted by th
T i oldester ito yl f h ose b e wsta e e u ci va ed w le n S s. I Washington r c la.,th o .\ I L A V N o ; h r cq ueste tl to bri ng ; t hlem nss no Du e w ill be ad m itted th at thetr 01odi h ev rlf N ovem ber,ne et oat ( m l ohis H all ,%Inra it-.nWeig htm a u't i sl
t i p ul c t o ns tl l eha v e be n sa a ns t e le g a n ie~ s o f c i v i l i z e d lI~ f e ,, i l l b e s o l d t o s a t is t y d e b t s dl U e t o t i l e P a t r i o ti c B a n k ( f m .oI S f hav e n t t c k t D e s i gri. s a e p r v d d r l b u i k diii g f o r m e r l y t l i e M a y o r s ( )ff i e w h e n l i e wi l l ill -
Co lt ee r hav -- b0 o e i nha b it d il c tp e yo r l 1 l I- il ke1lr d e I Ir s i l o ni a e p i d fi a
T h m i o y o h s t t s b i g o c p e y m s S aid e to ta k e p la c e o n th e p re m is e s, a t l 0o 'cl o c k A 11 m o re to M is l, L L .Y )Y D K E "Y se c o nd d ratgh19 1 tc rO f di e a n d g e n t le m e n r lu e s v a l D w e t o C ti f n in d ( i i n. o h s
thc ou tld o nev r h v li y le b aeu in abi ted Thev, there tbre, by T N HP S. Price of tickets, for ton-s subscribers, S t. Sub. tbri cr C t~ifliioll 1%10 Y. n i 'j a j g b
_(I r C'. tile rt 1 .Bat


the i rN th ilate t. o. m inan t E s tr. f Tiketstoivottwilbytilebeib villb bl i t ly'ile I N M Ir sent tful rM n th e hadie s he
leS o*Ta, eose 1 Lt g uoccpi yur Si c*l: e :,p. >lac ntepreie, at 10 o'cockA. M. ,,,,,,,to Mis,.:,.YU LLOYD K*-> sec*- ^o W'"" d'he of ie a-1,,nleni e:,-;; for, non-subcriber, ,.,,. 1, S,,b. lormer C,,,,llon ...ly. e lad b M,
thei wrsto t n t" nd et 19-dts Mar rlhal 1). C. OR n TUC 'seL. ev ing lat, at Brooklyn, (L.. I.) by the br pe se t p te scri p ticont mo ey aien it a iwi lbes e
itsse t mcI or, Ladi eswil have Ili received tickets, will ple;ase*\AS",so :as to pr event an yincouven ience. Gentle nm n's
large portion of yours, and thereby contributed moo The above sale is postponed to Mr. ndrck, Lit. L. TVIGS, of the U. S. to sed in teir names and placeS r e t the thecar Storeand at th
its se title m e n t t h an allth at y o u h a e e v er d o n e to w ard s it ne x t, th e 5t l h in st aIt the S a 0 t.e a n d p l ac e ?, h ruin e C o rp s, to Miss e uR t .I L A D M rKNI G H T n ie c e ab o v e p lace ",v 1"-- U
of the ]atee Commudore Decatur. nov 13-dt '-









.-. lte Ivana, during her cruise in the Wet In- cipal causes of sickne- and mortality on board AMUSEMENTS OF THE TURF. elude, and perhaps, v.ith greater certainty, every
A -"l. l.0',INQUIRY,N .1t,,dies, ad on h -,er reutrn to the United States. tihe Macedonian, duriMn her late cruise, wre the --- desired quality ot speed, stoutness, or of abiity
NAVAL CO O, INQUI ,o.;II. t,;,,:IS to the Court, that, in June, 182L, on sudden transition froi a northern climate, to At the present moment, when a Raceis depend- to carry weight as has indeed been exemplified
"-- l-thrth ,i'd'ay :dter thle Macedolnian's return from the Pa- the climate of the port of Havana, the contnu- ing in our neighborhood for a greater stake than in the list already given. Hence, perhaps, the sod
NA' ;iAITMEr, citic, the brTeakinF out O h.r hold was commenced. This ance of le ship iln that port for so long a period,, has ever been run for in the United States, thie f the w. Cht, t al u..., u be mor..e ird-
r.ust 29, l S...) was tina,.mileted in October ald November, 11 t te daind, ad the den than ol late years it has beeeen. It m.;st nev-
r, ," <: ,he Preside:,t of .when 1 the a ter cask.s were broken, ,out o t he hold, wat ofp ro medical aid, for considerable pe- allowing atic vill be amusing to many of cur er thelss e impartially stated, that, during the
.dtCo,,: ,. aI ei) hIe I1t J, J anuarl,- 1 32, r thing' except ol ... readers, as containing a good deal of information ilati-r period, the characterofthe British thor-Ohu
; -, e -'- I ; o [ a l x i a c t o i l)t ~. ( .e l l ito f e Lil- Ne s s c l, T h e s lliil't 1 -0 0 111 r io t]. I I
".. .. date uly .,. so err ha.he Court is further of opinion, that, beside brlh;subject ificin i i genel red hours e has continued to rise upon the cont-
I-:, Ii,;. ,i..,,'. it: a great degree, thle "Tn ). h,,ld wa, cleanedand tihe skin down to the ballast these principal causes, the debilitated state ot a[ --- ret, sid i1 our Asiatic Empire, aId the export
". -/ a I .(,ily ,n b ard the Friate on.1 the i.,llhs and the keelson were washed and scrap- large portion of tile crew at the time of their arri- Coparison of the number of Races, and amount is fis r greater than in iorer times and t pri-
e ...1 o { ,- ( 1 : lj : i l l (I ,,h, d i r t t ak e n I tL ) ; t il e ]) a b o u t t h r e e f e t o u t t o/-s, 0 ? 1'o a t, X l w ma r l 'ed : ( f t h e l ?" U n ifi c r f c cs I 7tr i n'" p r o l / i t i l n." ..
it,.( n. hi, 'a ,];,,-iaa, !,ditto t Io -lit !,han ah ie t en a t taken up utte valat te port of ,avaa, te admission of wa- / o on at Nenmarkt: of the f ceshiglin propoio.
e M... of .. he.c. .)s' Navy i..o ,,, the Oen e l as squnas ent- te at that place, into tl e hold of the ship, until Re Corses, of Coverin, Stallions, ad-I rom the general arge siz, of rcs, give
ord J ,( t',lo\ n 6,.;schusttrs, in oniting l,, Is stoU,, very ch-se, and, bv the pressure of te its inil'ous eects were suspected, and the per- vcsd beawen 1779 and 1819 : Remarcs on and take plates have been hl., siLnce most ex-
o',.-.., <,'- th, holdo of that ship pre- b;lat iiithe wins wassocomactanII l ccm ntedl bi the iissi ogiven the crew to sleep about the. decks, the late Trotting Matches. p!oided, a crossing and jostg rce have be-
r l,.o!,- -'" (;il ;qi.epl "'i of he:r last c ruse; c.rroio; of tlc iron, ad ,.z that it was ncessasrv ,a lso be o d considered as additional causes fort" w' ETl THE R';IoI O T ISE TISlI sPo'rTNt aAGAZITN. equally oe out ol VOwllf : iolis last, not irema -
h e l I`Lt 7 ; ; i q' l .ir ? t i) l u C V C . a n d n a u ,I t o s e p a r a t e t i l e p i e c e s A l l I n e a ,' 7 1 U : t i a 1 r e l
and f'requ.n t iK~l:: 1 will, wheni the inq.iniry in i" e wedgc s ad maul" a to s ated eec; l tle sickness and mortality which prevailed on; SIt : Says the author of the Philosophical u delcly, uor certain, since it ao a Pii.c of barb)
wid f 1., (Jtv;I-r If!: t .." o v :11 ~ l, q' le.. I ". i,1:1"I. -,,:.s 'were L ,iu, xep h se nd"te the sickness and imortality hih prwl d n Sin. :S ys t e auh r of- '"P) ooh ca luey, o certain ,;;Ile i ~ qa c; fb ra
xv il (I ",I,,- t e ,a'ed slwl 1 eaze -I'l: "ll I p e ,etro,,
hL:h v ..>t,- nt at ".ihebeen '. !,. and the br s were found to ble not mn e board the Macedonian during her lae cruise. I and Practical Treatise on tHor.-es," published in nsn even an our true and hi;,h bred sport.-
oem, t.cd, pi'on-eei to ivest'tie.t unnntey tIe \ t,t., thnsual. The pumps were got up, and the pump FThile want of additional clothing, of tea and su- 179), in the chapter "On Running Horses,"- me ne; but of the low bred kind or leatcr-plae
Inr;ttfi ef(l"tl'r,-' 'vovI al'd 1)1 s fio ontai-ned in t .l wlc r\;as ",lc brton k(s lDared.111o ,04 I ,
tl ft vr;l >ll'.tiors contained in the s ,l.rel. grand the despondency of the crew, which have The sae lucubrations of our closet jockeys, jockies, within memory of the preset wri'cr it
said ext ..t, tw r or't to the department ali i t also appears that nearly one half of the ballast was ,een enumerated by the medical oeicers, in the which occasionally inake their appearance in the I as mo It ab'inably savas.e, thI e i", ;.o- <:no
he f-' i"c es (hat shall be elicited rem; ed i [ill the purpose before inedop n ofndhisCort, have produced in themselves daily prints, are in te following rain : When oti competitor eye, or kocL out the
tile fact,-, <"rd tc~r ,I:'PI,-:Itc os tolatshilat,,,b ..... i ..- ". -'u @ i uo tis~ mfh v rdu e nt cnevs'liy )i s ae I ,h flowJ" 11in ,he1u h1.. 1meitor;,Sa .yes -r t! i '_ !-, ~ t
by "i "' iq i ,, together wilth t'he llinior itfl ,- Itl"e} rc hpe m lt" 1.ute(nL\ti ut u l'' ""' "eI wl hirL_ h"Iq *, ri 1-.
l t .e inquiry, together with the opinion of the s-," t ovd The( olhop.poles used or very considerable injury to the heaiith of the crew. the tiurf has snk into tlat contempt it merits, we :ee th teir 'ip -..f.dics! it is T e taken
Court in rcla;aon to the conduct of the oaicers ot dunnag'e under' the kcntluege, which liad becn remiioved, The Court feel themselves incomptint to de-, shall again have that race of strong boney horses or gran 1 ," that crosi is abolislted, since, int
the Navy Yard ; and also the cause to which the \,as t.,kn aui, and the skio scrl.pcd and washed, a]nt te'ine, whether the treatment to which the sick to which our forefathers were accustomed ; the a luatc, the old apprncage, w cro:,ss:itng, n.iirvr
; W L!Sh ,l untelwi [ a,-al rarnh tilests-: 1
sickness and mortality that prevailed on board 'flesih hoop,-pl1s substituted br the old bore the kent- were subjected, was judicious or oltherwise, aid old, English hunter will again rear his crest.c a p-eara.
til ,- ; t ,. -M a :'tol l n vily rop er Iy be ascr 'ibed i leg 'e v w:,s rep laced. A f'ter thekenil h ge wv ." [) t i n ll place,. ie w s J d c o s r- l rw e 'I d ', d E n i h hu t r i t a a n ev h s le .1 1a l Y IIS ,
the n-a(e, Macedouan may properly be ascribed leg'e was sweptaced Allter thel cips all dirt s c ut f therefore'refer in that particular, to the opinions Precisely so, in part, it would no doubt be and Currn'ency on tthe turf, as well as ar.t, the, Bank, is
CaBpt. Middle, and the persons named in tihe .land vcry pat s it.wahd dow to the of the medical officers, which are annexed to these we should again jog on after thle sober rate of half t ) tobe chnged, and guinea ,t,
extract, have 'wen ordered to report to you r1 ` ballasi, and a part of tlis, as ...clih as the state of the proceedings,. a dozen iiles perhour, upon thatmarble-breastld ie me tanorphose.tmto pouus, aj pre iouslv and
S examination. weather, it being very cold, would permit. JOHN ODGERS, sort, which old Bracken digniiied with the name i a'antageouisly plates had been read smiled in.
I ... vrv re,'iectfulv, o-entlflTien, your obe- it appears that the water casks used on the cruiv.e to President of ie Court. of pioneer horsts :" and aain ln.ht w ie make .to purses. As to tha speed of the English raci
.ient ,sem S" i T H ,vO'M'llSOmN. the Pacific, were not unusualvdee ayed: of these only GProesd n Sortavae, C rge A.vocate. a lo ng day e'o-s ,,d fi fy m iles in a stage horse, th;t ascr I !ed to F : C child ers, n eel y.
i)leSON., two Or three were condemned; llIe rest were according- &hell Depi'/lii,/, ro. 15, 18'2. 1, .\ i ] a lS>il on sa 1111'e that 'scribed te, -isp -i 'der, n.1l .
S C apts. Jo lrodgars, s. .uc .p ... ") e a painted hi sto win tth ese, care w as ta. I certifv that the toreg oinge ha s been carefully ex mi- coach. S o uch or the strong oofinonemy oi wis ,ly ir ...it .. .' --
Ckbts. orrisri, Charlesown, lss. ken I) sweeping off the dirt firom each before it was ned, and collated with the originai, and is a true copy. ourgranidsires. Respecting tlhe old English bunt- d and performance never having been record-
I- .stowed to keep the hold clean. Tbc wood tor uel was ]ENJAMIN HOMANS. er, so inglily in favor of these reforming jockeys, 'ed; and the only authentic account with de stop-.
S Ftrract of a 1, tier from Captain James Biddle to the So- st ripped of'it bark, and the provision casks were care- ----- e was always ahalf-bred horse, and how would watcl, and the greatest perLformance on recrUid.
cretar of the Navy, dated flly brshed oto prveut any snow or dirt from getting INTERESTIG FRO lE METERRANEAN. they contrive to make such ail one, without the is ofthel match between. retail by Squirrel, and
U.s.F,-igateM.acedonia,,_ below wi them. it also appoea!'s that the ballast in ti help of racing blood With paragraphs of the Pumki by atch'em, 8st. each, the R. Mile
otvmun,, Jul 24, 1822.' spirit room as removed ancle ,aned hat tile spit Extract oa letter from ialllam, Ttk, Surgeon above tender cy, may be classed those congenial o. *,,.-.. inb the First Spring Meething, 1775.
I t h a s l i~ l emyo e p a in f tu l d u t y t o a c q u a i n t y o u t h a t r- 1 a b o vebl l a s tend enwe ry ,hi e wyh _e bc lra sh eesi ri t,,.-. .
"Ithasb cnmy uld-tto cq vo casks were stowed. It also appears tlt the. magazine A. Navy, on board the Ontario. ones, which, at least during every unfortunate This mile was run in one minute, four seconds
't is- 'r11, tea~etetn 'W as ul"." "Id' ad a Dale repairedd, sndethat alld ,he cl ...
a mongtcoflicers'and 'crew of;riss" stop'- ; tl a ale iv s carefully and thoroughly repairedl and that all the After leaving Messina, we passed through tlie period of war and distress, announce the decline ard a hal i l was got by Old Traveller, and
.... n d al I','"hvesocurre'oonn it Nwere pitietsnot order a ')d w.hite-w'ashed. Here, l
1,InIideptop lave occurred ioe it twirn the sotoror .ere t a t e, Ie. straits of the same name, which took us along the of the turf, and forebode with exultation its ap- was both the speediest and stoutest horse of his
periodd of our cruise i. these seas, and that the whole ;neso st t ht oe th s no te-lhe -ti.;iI foot of Mount 'E a. After a, cruise of 40 days, proachm. g ruin. It was nothing uncommon in re- day, and got remarkably speedy stock. He ap-
numer of sickto-day, by the Surgeons reports e "fore the water casks were sowed, had not michi opporti- we arrived at tlihe Island of Milo, at the m south of guar and authentic prophesying times, for two Peared thle shortest legged racer that we have seel.
his" Siwasfittd outfrom Boston, in thenilis 'itv ofkowledge, or was not observant, ofwhai passed. the Archipelago, where a few Greek pilots reside, prophets, equally well bred, to predict clean con- The covering price was reduced during the latter
of Filwar dMarch, months in whic a crew pto e- e sts tht here was no superior officer in the hold, giving at the top of-.: ;oi, .,peak of the island, trary things ; and I will be bold to foretell the part" fthe irst period, and subsequently, the
Sculiarly liable to scknews fru, olt. expVmo.e ani fr : i e peril, nigthestowiOftle hl. It,hover p- so as to enable them to flee, the moment they crease, instead of the decline, of horse-racing. (p orses allowed a greater number of,
to u h y < i ig o ia ; u c n l 0 o n '2 J 't i, a s pt, e t e r iv J l w a s t h e r e fr o m t im e t i i o f t il e i oe n t.... .e s e ,, o f t ed e.l n.,,o h r s r a c n ( c p ia l hrse s e n a w d a r t
unavoidable inm hangout; actortunglh o ,. vld tprl. ,rc. ". is operation; and this officer, and the men perceive the approach of the Iurks. We took Never were so many bred stallions kept in Eng- _n rs .
.- 11 "1 ] e.; 1t O, "IIIPCeUllg LhIlS Operation and this Oflicer, and the nlen ,h rei
Sthe day on whc. thne ,ip s".e-,, vve ,:a> a s .ic .i. who were actually employed in the operation of white in two pilots for our fleet. They were dressed land, as at present,: never was Newmarket better thsdaeom wol.ion to succussa..ion, the digression
-,, ,4 -" .| ~ 2tCIS tt X] :1. 1 %van- \shin.F;teli~,hvO xmntion, dis'" tinty.l O olltW ot eu s ,tl i
c .... t''' "' ,' .... a.i." wiI.e ashlin;lthe hold, have, on examei nation, distinctly and in the ancient style of] the Greeks, with the ex- attended, than at the la'e meeting," is naughty easy and natural, as when the horse is
S .-- increasedd t- ; 'the .e a. A oe;positively sworn that tl .old s wite-wedt down to ceptlonon of their beardcheing shaved oifr ,s Let us see how correctly this tsult taeidea. "et a a gallop, he naturally falls into a
-, lattudeand u e" l eahc r u tl, r u s ,tot .. ..it fear of the Turks. Ticey expressed much sur- has prophesied, by a Newmarket comparison of trot. That is to say,
~~h d ... .a,, f. a ppe'us thatt mlany el the m en were a'fneLeJ with eolos ark, k, ,- .- hether "0l11tat/on,
.,,... .thesiCk, and onl .e .2,hApi, tiheo .o-aot the time the ship sailed; thatmost of the men suf- In,>se at seeing us, as tUs was the second tncm the two dates 1779 and 1819, of which, his date hter orta
at v ", t he l 'i s r c- to t e' t y al o a fcered from catarrh in consequence of bad we father at any A m erican m an ofwit a d h\ r ad been so far up.-- 1796, is not, indeed, quite a m medium a circum heT th dote m'd ol ringssainy y --, liI ni nt.is.
t o, scnt. on. onh ha d d du n pas a few c ,. -. ...I 1 -:.. the port of Boston; thatihey W ehad a delightful rue i,,,...., the dilf reut stance of 7 .no great inn or0 nce, pre umin-, h. rotting, durngm., ,. any years', declined l ths .
S -OI sc t. One. e s Vd 1,1;1(t ,..t,. etbr ehcill'p,- root t ,arce ,io a .,l-cat impor I I, presuill i.. tW- LIa- ii ll rc s treW la n t~U

.. ,1 1 'I ,.I .f lav,the silckness icid] nl to tle tm -- for t' "2 1 at ssages between the ishltds ; we passed Delos, ver, that, in ssentils, thf e period bet ween 1769, t fr e' .. -
,-,: ceO" n ,bo -ard t'n in h ,, at n tne therl w ere t o n th ao, Paros, and -nti-Laros, where is the cle- ate- and 1789, was one of the most flourishing ever tention to togrowing wheat, t. a breedii trotting
I, .1. I .. .I y he.lm ie ad ec o-l, tilesick. list, and these g'enerally Convalescent, :Indthe "I ,ll)tl~
le I e we c,.ew was apparently in a healthstate. It appears tha ate grotto. In trying run through the s ,- known in Egland or Europe, including France, horses. Te trotting rage has revived, as it ap-
l- L-mg n -stay at ll avann, T had the misfortune hencu were not as well clothed as usual ol board pu; )- ilern passage to Smyrmn, between the Island whica can be lai'ned, either before or since anti ears frod th t- f, al,
s t'nl y st a" at avann, TI d th lkI sfort o ue S' 27, .2 p :c "* .. .ears trol-i th1e circunllsta~nce Ofseveral norses ef
.vse s ,ve u-)y people v ter. lip ships, on Ie passage out and at the Havana. BI1Lut, ol 01so and the main ailnd, we descrih a the in no Il10narticular t ea u rt rea,-de ree than in the ctrcumance 'a seve. .0..sesoi
Itwa .-s of co 'e < j expectationon t-l ,o-n qfitt in there was as much cleanliness amon:1 thie crew as practi- who|l,- Turkish fleot c-uising : we Were he- ,h ,ract .e s h r c 1 escrtn e imported from the United
,"ort, the condition of the crew, in respectto health, cable under dle.se c.ircumnstanices also a as t, ,, s. Italsot 0,persi tt' *le a lAr o, I .. ..State ofAmerica.. .In that country, both trotters
th ,C11h110d about 5 mwles from t'heon. At '2 o I ""l... f v, ue", ... .."p... r"pos t e o o.nirla.1i. snat od. ryo trtes
bid have become amei:oratced. Ye, to ny, greaa dis I,. Ilt houhgCa pt.(' "lle anmifteStd reat aniety or tv i h c .1 `1 ,L" o ev.r i,.n pu ns. of the sotlI thile neld, and aniblers have been long much in request, and
I s, this was not the case; and, althoughhile weather at health and cnilort his cre,, yet the nren were sfiler- c l the oirlniig, being v.ry dark, we or tue oad fo9r, withtnitat pe'd, tounshd with respect to the former thie Americans have
w\ fwas ,,nu..isaily fine, tl!e people weCre taken down ed to sleep i ti,:ir watches ou ,'eck on the ,as;age out. were alarmd by a suddi light, aod the report of uirrel,ay .:.,., cie, "ld;l>der, Bala- en awv bol enou I dcoe t
lfeveui lhe' most surprising planner. ltappeas;that1thebih deekwaswashed wooAthrt e a numbe,, r ofi guts; e at tirst thought it might be ro, Pampkin, M.aiu n'o; rk reotonl Gim- (en a ,a enough ,s isco se, to hial
The crewo. thi s lip have'ever. beenonan allow- times ., weck on thie passage oult,o and otener diin, i e tow, which wasi ., e day before; crack, Srk, Masquerade the Rocke lnge a lanud Itlasbeen now, forth first
...I ,.., 4 ,e n r'v a i w : ', ; ", --. 1a. G l;'ee,,:to w u w which iw aish ( f. ... th e, d ay aeflr e; crac 'k, Sh arIk -A fias queraue, (Ie lR ocket G i i m % > ,. "
'Ce ofa water, they alve been carufoIly prese1rved f rst week alter tile silpl[ arval i the Havana, and tlee Gell WlI til}l' brouht to tile test ot fsngtsh and stop
.. 0 U t u, 1*Y 'e ( tl" firn t wool /n~I .. : j l t br(e z7e s)p Inl ing u we Dapproackedie th the, M atoz, W oodpecketr, 'Poto ies, itm erlor, Kir' el, l o gn 0twu e e oa I ati sS eO
neeC x.p.. e< os, ..r.e lo .l.e still and the ra" n, al., .IPat, spai r and dec, ever\'.-..-.t vi.. t, 1pt trofc ofs .t t t1 e t a tl 1 u ''v i '," 0a '"P" 1"1- lo- 'pe. "'o g e w u n e
birh ec ws dscntnu i,1CI 1 Jv-~gtli~i ehld! ero'l./s, 1L. .CKitihaiu, Paienornenon, Sir Pet Ir--a --.t -o .ofidntly "-suilwd .bythe An 'r--a
lai. .tten ouh, s been paid to cleanliness. I took down I"th deck was discontinued after .e second week passa.e, when, at d:-L-ght, horibhe to behl! .ergus.. Ickuighan,, Phe .enon, bir Peter-a r1,rt7 soc conndentv assumedbv the Aru n
___ om the birthll deck, two large state rooi.s, and a paint IIavna. It ltalso appears tiat 15 men were birthedi u- our siip wvas smrrounoded with dead bodies and list, whether as racers or stallions, it would not jockie.is n la-t, inallthe ta natche wahethn
,cker, and a close bulk head forward nf the midship- o tleu deck for 1 sake ofthe healhofall. But, pieces of a bturnt wrck. We lowered down the be easy to match at any other period ocies. actin althele catches, weth-
.eCr'sapar'm;ent; and, previously to driving, among the on one occasion, these, as a punishment to them, were ;!cat, ai ttin.g s e of h.e bodies with the boat Newmarket Craven lcetii. ,March o 79. er with respect to thile American or present En-
1111e't t I.,:lil !,u--niig 6m- ofhe. odie.wit.t..boat Newmrkethr Iacetiio.. Marhtters, acehfetrotersstbeen hs ;ben fulsasmuch
Li. hAt! L3perons "o tile g'l-de^. t 1o .- a 1 all t cCw set w r 'ti' hook, discovered 2hev we,. Turks: we imnedi- Stakes won by WVoodpeker, 16 start our .s m tzTe
tse p- uioil Ithd ,1" t C'g" e aetitlwltlv ecre, n3ht 1 brt uk {t'ri:,- s :lJ arri %a tr i-i. n lehri.d cavc h, tk sloib od ek r 6 sartlg flr li hil ,e,C xa .. .a.nd vira o 1-an1. b e
otwithstandiag the nnhealthincss cG" the clinlltae; but port of the iflavtia. It appears th:At no water was let in- ,e1I IIslectted what had t akeu place. We dar- sweepstakes, 'in amount 86(1s.: three Imatches, fr ab wo trot i
., un Idles, u able to trot a mile ill three mintes, a very
.wi;. to the neglect of duty on tiparto'the olilersof ti tle ship o; her passUe out, but dtu'inog the first week eke niot t,,ch the bodo:s, for 'a of quarantine. 150gs.-In all 1010gs. "un .,.e i -
,wi l I a rt j 't c O O CIC S O nc le a r i ndm a fa ~ o n t h a t, a s t h e y s a y o f N e w m a r k e t ,
he Navy Yard at Boston, ist i now manifest hat no pre- atr the ship arrived in the ilavan: the, water of the TIhe pleasure expressed by our pilots onil be- Newmarket Craven I-..-..;, April 12 to 17 a caon tt, as they say of Newmarket,
-i:muions on our part .ohld have prevented the inroduc- arbour was sevcxal times klt into tei hol!, and punmped holding tlhv dea trdte o" inei," c utel enemies, 1819 : Von by Can Batl, 0 startin-t went
ion of sickness o in board. O; t; tl ts water was inipuc ,ias appeared after-. .a n d.It .- ," t W" tn-thoesweepstakes, 13,90LIt nothingnow to compare with
-" I --I, le d sr c014 of 'ei fi et si ,Na-OfWhen this shlip, wailla .i.. .. ': ",, ,,'i i:f -th- %.u- dtxs ... ... es, a.+th. rotter, i -.lays. The" " "me
last wa ;aken out and ,... I a .... "; --pose I appears that the hold was very warm, and the air exceeding rea; they were nearly antic with 1, matches, 0gs.The e, 1 e mar7enome-
naerx cst was tksr, out and Ins... thtL, ,.u.s1 io, ourpose ve 1411l onnavas 6
of -ertainilng if the keelson was cased, the ballast im- '.ry close, dense, and offensive; that a quantity of Joy. In the afterion. we spoke anl Austrian First Spring !.-,,I,.. April, 177 ixteen na was a stout and lasting trotter, but speed was
mediately on'each side of it was moved; al the ballast ress water was, at on e time, while in the Havana, brig, which had the day before fallen in with sweepstakes, 8,675 guineas; ive plates, s50 not her play ; the great things she did, were in
was completely covered with black mud and dirt, and so brougi't ol from tlhe shore, and started into the hold and the Turkish ileet. The Captain- of her ha ma tches, (two quarter, l consequence of light weight, always carry a
hardened together that it was. a.'work of much labor to pumpPd out; that the ship was once, but for only two 1 n one hal-ilefeather, and trotting over a bowlinggreen Sie
separate the different pieces of iron. The quantity of or three days, warped broadside to the wind. But, while ben taken on board ti eAdmiral's ship, was se- match,) 7355.-In all, 16,380 guineas. Seven- never could carm, weit, a was repeatedl
mud taken from the ballast tat was moved was so great, she l.' at all other times with her head to the wind, the merely flogged, stabbed in many places, and then teen of these races were over te B. C.* six over neen cr s weeio t ad as repeatedly
mud taleifromeinlte ballast that was moved w'as SO ecgn 'eat, SI s
that Midshipman Gerry informed me hlie saw two cart win Vd sails were kept constantly trimmed at proper times suluered to proceed. ommodore Jones took him the R C. and one over D C aten or speed on te road. o much has been
loads of it carried from the wharf. Mr. Deggett, the down every latch. It appears that the awning was con- on board the Constitution, had his wounds dress- First SCprin Meetin April6, 1810: Four said on the subject of capital trotters for former
gunner, acquaints me that the water casks of tile ounc stantly spread while in tile Havana, and tlhat the men ed, and dismissed himte We concluded not to t 1 times, in the orring Magazine, that a repeti-
tier were immersed min mud to about atfifthoftheirheiht nwere very litt leexposed to wet or to the sun, or to duty t b i conclu t o go teen sweepstakes, 15 guineas; four plates, 500 tion a t present would be superfluous : suffice it to
-and this extraordinary accumula.tion of mnd is to be the boats, or to tatigung duty on board, beingexcu- thspassage, but tk the northern one, be- guineas ; nine matches ,-',,-" In all, 9515>,s. h
expLained by the extraordinary fact, that, on. the return sed from keeping, watch at night. That tlhe first case of tween Scio and AMyteline. The Turks, after the Of these races, onlyvtwo were'er the B C and say tat, about two or three years before Mr. Al-
ofthis ,hip trom thle Pacific, the hod was not broken out; imlahgn-ant fever which occurred on board, was ofan ordi- loss of their large ship, removed to Myteline, three only of three miles each. ridge trotted his inatch, an account f which was
and that, as respects the hold, she was d up in orin- nary ea be ging to one of the boats. He sicken- it being their place (f rendezvous. In go6iu- Second SrinM Meetilig, Ari 26 1779; T soe tlne sce e in t pages, there
ry nearly in the condition in which she arrived from sea. ed the 8th May and died the llth. It was a case ofyel- thro' this assage we passed through the hole to e wo 8 48s was at least half a dozen known trotters it and
Midshipman Turner acquaints me, that he was stationed low fever, and it appeared that this man had, the day be- e wepasset oug e e talo money won, 048gs. near the metropolis, which actually trotted the
witinn thie Boston Navy Yard last winter ; that the fire-, fore, taken part in a boat race in the harbour ofthe Ha leet, consisting of four or ive 74 's, a number of Second Sing Meeting, ty 0, 1819, total of i a n 'en un
wood he used was taken out of this slhip, and that, whent vanla. Another ordinary seaman died of the fever on frigates, and smaller vessels. They appeared ve- money won, 1.'- cu abl umer o seconds under.
ignited, it became so offensive that he was unable to re- the 19th ; Lieutenant Clements died on the 26th. He ry shy of us ; for when' we sent the Nonsuch to Total of mnoney.won in the thre Sring Meet- three niut es, not jockied by a feather and over
main in the room. Thomas Pewmonta seaman onboard, "ad been on shore the evening -,,e-in his sickness for speak them, they all made off, no doubt suspect- ins, a selected course, but carrying their owners over
mainin he oom Thoas ewmnt~ scaianon oar, ash-e tt 177n:e ,4man.n..,eectd consebuhcaryigMahseowersove
informs me that he was employed in the Boston Navy .ohost l'se" :.a riTidne d"ied on ii. i I, of May; .several ing hter to be another Greek lire-shii. We staid' Ditto ditto, 1: the common road. There were several inl Nor-
I Yard last summer ; that, in September last, some gan o"thers sickened in this month. tto, 1819 -.-.,. -folk aIso caal f th prfrmtn 'The
casks were taken from this ship, for the U. S. brig Spark; he names of all who died ofthe fever, from the llth at Smyrna two days ; we expected some distur. July Meeting (tle 6th,) 177: money won, o o cap e ot is per1ormance. ey
that this ship's hold wa at that lie extremely offensive O1 Y ayto the 8th September, inclusive, bein100 cases bance ti going in, asthe Turks threatened to fire 2785s. July Meet inS (the 1lt 1"819, 1980s. would s tart and trot the first mile oT hand, under
t'" ':l l'-itinitsl I .'s July Nfee,..fi..i:.) '-o(tfvlrNuc ne181di), li9t c gs.ictldhee." ni-nt' threeInsnuak. asseak aye wieytwitnesann
and that there were in it several casks of salt provisions, offevr, are mentioned in tle list comunicated by Dr. into us if we passed.the Fort, which is about five First October Meetin- (the 4tl 179) : monoev f'oree n te eak as an eye witness, and
in a rotten and putrid condition. Pewnmont also states, Chlase, and attested by him and Lieut; Simonds, hereun- miles froll the town ; but as other vessels hiad won, 83t11. Second _, r o a lnimbor of trials which I rode. What
that this ship had not been pumped out for upwards oof to0annexS-. (Iron this it will appear that, entered w red for e wor and e not J ; r is : won. would the two best of these horses have done with
two imonthss! That it then took half a day to pump heri Of 10 comnnissioned officers on board, 4, died of fever; lt), prepaa O r woe, o were ot 5545gs :-Total in both, I .... wst o h oever n -
1 bw imtocesonahrd, 7di ed of leve a ni o ilEnlslian(ec, Fi- 89:Io
free, and that the water discharged from the ship was O "2'5 warrant-officers on board, 7died of ever; molested. Several men of war, Englis andFrench, First October M., ii,. (the 4h,) 1819: i io- a goo rider o seven stone, over Sunbury I
ho. 01t' sie(f 28 lietd, %-offlcerslo ard, 5 died offxeve; really believetw ty iesuon or;wde-
horridly offeisive. '2 petty-oicers on board, 5 died of fever; lay there. The streets in Smyrna are arched, so ney won, 370gs. second Meetin, October 18 l i vent milesinonehour;withres-
A positive regulation of the service requires, that a o 118 seamen on board, 19 died of fever ; that you seem to be in a house. I have now vi- won 5796gs.-Total in both meino, 94(7 ..s pet to nineteen, 1 have not the shadow of a
ship, when put in commission, shall be perfectly cleans Of" 118 ordinaryy seamen on board, ;7 died of fever; sited the four quarters of the ,lobe Returnin. Ge' l total o doubt.
edand oecesary is this precaution to the ulealih of Of27 boys on board, 15 died of feve,.; wevisd t hket, ma Tf accoua, we le sad in 17e9public, pa.ers
ede ; andso ne s~sru -, I wT 1 e lt$ 1< -e-\e visited Ithe I island of' Ipsera, where Nwe Saw ;al 177 0 .-...noe o tiwak T, tlhe accounts Ne have had in the public. papers,
tie ship's company, that it is difficult to believe it would d M .50 mnarlis on board, 14 died offever; 1 9 `o *.-"'"19. oi of the node in which. sonsel of these trotters have
be omitted, even in the absence of all regulation on the That ofthese, 7 died in May and ,une, while at thie la- 1he 1Greclaln fleet; likewise, Hydra. We went Ditto, ditto, in 1819-S9,612gs, mo wic ome t trters av
subject. Yet tlhe greatbulk of ballast in this ship, althio' vana; that .30 nin all had dlied by thie 15th of July, when aI"shore on, the Main, and were within live miles of Race courses in England, 1779,1h- f.ivein he ddena are otf the ruinn, or rater queer kin,
covered with mud and dirt, w\as never moved, nor pro- t te Sureon and Sreon's Mate sickened, and were Athens, but were in too great haste to visit that Scotland, two--in reland, thriirteet The nof all things one otlbreaking tttinto a gallop, and
perly cleans,; and the hold was stowed with this hot.- unable to doi duy.; that the Sreon, l)r. Cadle, died on place. ace courses i E d, 1' 19 ,, lltigs. One of them trotting the lasi half
rid amd oesi e matter remaining in it. OfIensive, in- the 20th.Iuly; and while Dr. Chase, Sureonl's Mate, was Wve arrive.l at 'libraltar early iln Accugustha-i ot.land, "1 'la-n mile in, whippd and spurred 1hlhink Mr. Ai-
deed, it might not have been at Boston, in the winter confined to hiscot,35 more died. 11 also appears, that a y ugust, i Scotland, (g- Ill Ireland, f.u, six meetings dd m"l a p ne f
season ; but it is obvious that it would, and must have great despondency prevailed among! the cewv, from hav- lg s oPped at Malta ; hearing of a disturbance at being annually held between tard and Novem- mut t t w sioed way o
become highly so, after it had time to friment within the 'ig -been so informed, it .,. ,, ,i believed o, n board, lor Mainh, did not remain at the n(nler place ber on the Curragh of Kildare. 1779, onla anlnaging and riding a trotter. However, ift tlhe
tropic. tliat the cause of the sickness it as olvingto the foul state of twelve, hours. After our return to Alaliou we four meeting-s on (he Currai h '7 game gos"1 on, we mnay hope for some improve--
Another reglaion of te service requires, that the he and tie men were under srong conviction that learnt thata disagreeable attir iad taken plce at Number f cori e snli's fi t e bo1 tt11 and jOckysip..
hold .aall be whitswedsded previobsld to receiving the, al1 wto sAekened would inevitably die; t-ea, during this \ \i c -umt) r coveing soI..ions- tr te rieture in A i;T Ot A ThOCeyeY
provsionsand stores on b,,a,.d and this regulation was state of despondency and sickness, the crew were allow. ]aus' : ch I '"11 ww relate tiw Particu- 1^9 ,il-tr native, one Jirb, one Arabian, .u proper to give n explanation or tlese iiials. They ;le.
also neglected at Boston. edto sleep any where about the ship-sone slep< in the and Chillaby, an Oriental horse, county Un- so- t1 ro u t N a i ( h
"Tlhe sickness the mortalityonboard has been great. chains, some in the tops, some in the boats, and on the Our Consul, Mr. Shaler, being away, had known. nole the dinerent courses at New Market, rz: B. C. the
est among the persons employed in lte hold, and among bn ain o ]nl butfw in their htlalocks. left h!is nephew, the Vice Consul, to act in his Nutliber *in 1820, "intwoh u ,o,! 'h 1 : Bcoll course, miles,1 tn'long anl 13, yardss lin khnoth*
thecarpenter's crew : w on,,bi working the pump-, were 1 a [ )o ap icu u, lthat, ., -lu o! f ,h)t o, the ship srail- ,!ace *li- out hla htl llill" e O a. v he ,et m* *W ich ,,H.,or l there a, milee, six f.rlons a' 93 ya s I "
most exposed to the offensive bilge water discharged ed foi!ro' i\ t, l and, on lthe passage, the number of Turks, ;w hasg one < ay, "e mt e lds e ll"hee appear no woreignh aourases y o ad D. C. lthe Duke's Cou.ee,4 .ile' and 1S4 yards ,,ng.
from the ship. new cases was less, and h.ick appeared better wlile at ,w" told Iini lie was on their helds, and The observations which naturally occur are as .e w1,*. lell.,icer.
With all the means in our power, such as ventilation, sea. ut a I Ha"t".,ad subsequently, the sickness and must go oft': he refused ; they attempted to use follows : in the first place the prophet who tre- -,-- -acs.--
whitewaihinR, tumigatlon, fires, and letting water into mortality contlnually increased/and aihe ship bee:une so force, w\henll he presented his gun at them ; they told the increase, vice the lecline of horse rc.n,- r"1", r, : n w :Ta:s e mea,, ( .v.) :rruiiractx.i
the ship, we have been able but partially to correct the infected, that there was no reeison:.bll g'ound for expec- disarmed him and beat hint severeiv : he coon- comes in first and first, betile thile whole I1elp Of ( h 0'ace at Washington betwixt Sir Charhs
imp 'e ado qsofensvear emitted rte ie hou.This rationtha t crejwc old b rehcl,,'ai'ut hv chne if' plaiined to the iDey, demntading ,satis'iar-tion : the h!is prolphetic b!'eth!ren in acaner. The extremes and .merica'n~m ]Erlip,, to he run on WYednesday
hold, and thoroughly cleansing hit;"ut medical ;-entie- ter tie sip's return to ,i Ii-t porl, person recommended al- e told hu he" coul give. hiun none, adding, b.oth of short and lonig racess, seem to 'nave been next, l ',o;-' 820,000, four !nle hl'.'ats. the editorss of
men whom l have consulted are of opinion iit. would be by a physician of that plac-e, camie ,n board to do thed.i- I allow yu a )ra n.man. T iss is a man sacred abandoned. We seldom or never, at areF, at, heat, r the -"onal Intie!!genicer are a litnl i mistaken
extremely impruent to do this in the West Indies. As ty of a Surgeon, anrt assii in the care of tie sick. It ap- among the Turks; every Consul being allowed of quarter or hlalf-utile matches, a*nd thoe'ois'ix in the' remarks. Dsonzex \as inported bv (he
the cause of the sickness on board, therefore, must con:i. ears that an .larm ng' strte of sickness continiad on one as a protectin. Ifa 'turk insults any one or seven miles, had been out o' vot tiu~se ts log e contimue i1n tfs chnautef lr haefet itbard, dm in; re ....we .'e ih~alt Nor()]?:, ndetl({,: thlir prolecthon, he loses his head. Our the earliest oit the twvo periotds sip cified. Even w'as ,goa by F7ori2 a son fKu tlb3" turn homer; and acordintly 1 t ot under weinv c nn rom sdip, as bhftre v;.-re :ftcd to isle iass an part, o.d the yolung t'Co"sull neglected to take his Drogotnan racers over the K. C. or 1. C. at Newlliarket, or a ,*'.'.'-} lcTor', :w?. The blood oi'<;c)/',"y Ec,>/ /:Lpse K
iliiivanathismnornnin g; and lsl tall proceed to the Chesa-. si.kne;ss' an mei'ortae! iy w.S eire not r ':iiii-ensti ied till a;'ter 1eth0 vith1 him, tilerefore he was refused satisfaction, indeed four-mile races any where, now sehlol do'.,, is not known to me, as hie v as bred to the
pe kie. vessl': arrival in tile Unitel State1, ami.i the landing of the He totl lhe l)v if he did not punish those men occur, conmparatively, willt thle cutonm of l'"0 ,lortlh ; '*ut his sire, ')<'i'0(', was ,/.< ];y .t/i)o(ned,
Ilneed notsty.sir, how deeply mfeeli.[sha'heen crew. in -4'htlhlrs, heiw llh] cut down the American and the earlier perim-.. The late Sir C. Btnbu' oit 0f .*nwinia, by tho unporhed hii':;e S.'*
eincl at delts ,.,,.avb,,e nhappity njed s e i' The preceding report embraced all .h.. .t d -i i!'; the ey replied he could not help it. ry was niterh tlly instt ntal in ihe introduc- ^I .'"' ,*ir c/., the s.if.,-o /'ir ( ,,;,s.
thiesaifety on lhe Khip hs in some degree been lhazarded, circuit(;ances elicited n bra the iniuirva i iho fact "_ 1 e ay;stall 1^s cnt down, and a vessel charter;- lion of short races, for wlich he hiad, probably, ;'lso )t.. by .Diomej,,., out and the purpose d.cated fur whicl' suhe was equipped ; C'oli is re< uiurd to ? d [t e t, ;" te Cnsul o !rt Mahou, where we var'ios "ioives. This perha,)s maybe contci.ed prl't-'" ih^s9 t:(cca. 'r9 noillrt p ....*:ee may
[1 ho eiey t~lrpS wil or,.d'pnuedl inve.stigationf ~ h ichs ntouv: :e q iiecause o,<' submiitted(m i wis th'e; d rthe tf<,ih,:.i..,e r, and are respectfudiy the,, were. W'e ilnanediately made sail for this with the lile cusaonn of b-eedhng large lg. ... hor- 1j': !'li..d on. 1 i-- -, I'rcal,' .ur,_>, ;'u.
thi keia ,",'o x-': l f r] o v is i on s a n d hi t o o r t h r e e d a y s w e ss U l to t h e h e i .t, o f fu rl ev e n t e e t h a n ,s a A n e x ui si t of .t e f r s t \a^ t ', i rii.i o.
Th orti f-nno h .h onuto Sthe for.\ers, thenice ini [,ghorn!, to take' our {lolnU, it Iml!y be avotrrecd, in pge'n!al, nor'e likely ,0g asltl "plid ,h ,o ,rhno
"-FPul'* ole ,f ths Nove pari:d Charl1e 'ownde mani uh '~sa to f t'unb : ih'. SwifL hatvinlg been left in to! produce Slpecd than stonhiess. But after al[, .hiv!!,to reed for him the hnkr!';l ait the we
lI making this iquhiry, th,' attention of the flstedl *;r,auf zeal ;ii, ault nation to tile itisiu"- o11 r ", e.-.!a^ .i ut < lhere .. ... b. a morI soidl iotive in auny vie of ;ria: d.o-r uich he had f..n;, th;t h


Cmrt, was 6irst directed, :i, ,h. testimony ofCata O the ,,edonimi, fiuc ier :, cruise ; and thai -- ".". ,-hanbreeding"use*,"o.....t!s ai ,a in' oth, horses, a eien has lfl e t.i,, ,. b r'
a~slM sions fimi otheget som flilh Li- by ro sornvi t, l
BIMuDm, to the state of fie Macedouinu's lidih, .-vale, e ofesick, s and ortJih, u board TO RENT, r stallions (Ior other purple's beside that of ie } :i, .
and t(he circus' stances connected with her ittiinr the 'i:icednioiin, is no out froin the, Navy Yard; d ien to the treatment gr, innel, oi inv "ion ofdty on tHle ir S e on Pennsylvania avenue, n i ol. cer inty e he !. racers, f l o n, i are arey ir ;I i
tf the crew anv the manan gem ent (f the shlip Aie r -. the co"ti I "hr', i is ihe opnio ,of ths a tlt' .. MPatriOt" m ak. The rent will be moderate. proving of no U,.- !;!(aeveiri j c liniii rci ..;si,> ,.: ru|'pie sj >i eid irmu.:.d ,,..<,!c .he
.p"'t C mu eSure (of lheal onathe t pasage out, toU) th ,.hldoN a .ao.u t s ,. w S. ch:,e ,d.. ApiphcAm to beC A ,Mj: to u!d- rti1r un th l ,' r io th l e t, m The oli rt is tli ,er of p' o *piu ,jhut the Jiat- ct T I -N w .A n= .- r.T&n ,. *' 0 l m in- on.*