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Title: National intelligencer
Uniform Title: National intelligencer (Washington, D.C. 1810)
Physical Description: v. : ; 49-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Joseph Gales
Place of Publication: Washington City D.C
Creation Date: January 6, 1824
Publication Date: 1810-
Frequency: triweekly[jan. 2, 1840-]
triweekly[ former 1810-may 8, 1819]
triweekly (semiweekly during recess of congress)[ former may 12, 1819-oct. 26, 1824]
triweekly[ former oct. 28, 1824-july 31, 1827]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- District of Columbia -- Washington
Coordinates: 38.895111 x -77.036667 ( Place of Publication )
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Citation/Reference: Brigham, C.S. Amer. newspapers
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 1580 (Nov. 27, 1810)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in June 1869.
General Note: Issued daily: <Vol. 38, no. 5420, (Mar. 1, 1837)>-v. 38, no. 5423 (Mar. 4, 1837).
General Note: Publishers: Gales and Seaton, <1814-1860>
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Reclicin, th I'LndoI drIt. n th ul


ANUARY 6, 1824


ANNUAL T'I'A URY REPORT. l

S TRta-sRY DE;rARTM':T, V
S" Dcember 31, 18"3. S
Sin: I la-e the honor to transmit a repo-ft, s
p areArd in a61dience to the Act stupplmenit',a-
S .... ,I; l th Treasury J)e-


trry tO .to, l Ctidi) i"Sact -to j
MONDAY, JANUARY 5. partmeny .
partmen "
1 have thi honor to be, very respectfully sir, p
f courtesy did not require the ex p .sion of it, yor obie servant, s
fur.T'eelinii would iot Dojriiiit u to ilhibold an ie M. CRAWOID.
acknoledgment of the sentinn.nts of kindne-t. The Ho0. ''Saris0Asri (
and good will recetily expressed lto the National jf't ..ise of IeprevtiLvcs. O
tDI iencer, by -time of the most valued of our'
public jouencer, by na. he ie mst v our n e 't the directions of the Act supple- ii
public journal. Those expressions. t- assure to estblish the Trisury i r.
our friends, have' not p;.fSed tls unobserved or, mn,It,", -.i e-.r-V i.. th, e Tr'easury trespectrfullr aub-
unfelt. Nu heart can bi: iinernsible'-to .nmmenda-I,, ile I r .. f rp 'rt :
tii from a soircrie diit;,tuishied by ind.-pendence, 1. Of -e 'bYA1c ReC nue and E'ia'pe .t.Uir:" 1 "e
.inteli"i-nce, and-resP ,r ility, or c t fail to I ",'.-.1 ( it'3 f t,
.ispire a rec ro s. i.e'. '. I .. .
"'iT(e etlature o' .tie State of Georgia a,- 1d to ; 20,500,775 91 u
journed on Saturday, 'the 2,th ultinmo, afterr a
session of seven weeks, during which they passed The. actual receipts into the Treasury
from 140 to 150:acts, mostlyiof a private rather during the year 1822, aniounte to 20,232,427 94
than public'nature.Viz : Customs 17,589,761 9-1,E
than public nature. Public lands, exclusive of
f' cor e n a o a Mississippi stock, 1,803,581 54
,Many favors of correspondents are on hand, Dividends on stock in the u
among which are another number each of the Bank of the U. States 297,500 00
Radical" and the'" Republican," which came Arrears of internal duties
to hand at the same moment from the Post Office. and direct tax, and inci-
They seem to have a natural adherence, though pymentsal eceipts,and e-
not the slightest affinity, one to the other. We st May,. 820, 541,584 46 y
shall make room' for them before long. s
r S .A G Making, with the balance in the Treasury i
The U. S. Steam Galliot SEA GULL .,left, the on the 1st of January, 1822, of 1,681,592 24 s
Navy Yard, in this city, on the 80th ult. destined
to join the squadron under the command of Corn. An aggregate of 21,914 020 18
PI P RTER. Sie had been hauled up at the Yard The expenditures during the year
Hauled pat the Yard 1822, amounted'to .. 17,676,592 63 m
and undergone thorough repairs, and is now.con- Viz ,:. ivil, diplomatic, l
pletely fitted for sea. This is the last of the ves- and miscellaneous, 1,967,99524 1
sels composing the squadron; which have been Military service, including'
sent to the Yard for repairs, dliring this winter ; fortifications, ordnance, "
and the despatch with which they have been Indiami department, re-
. volutionary and military t
equipped, during an inclement season of the year, pensionsarming the mi- t
reflects much crediton the officers and mechanics litia, and arrearages pri- 3
of the yaid. The officers of the squadron, too, or to the 1st January,
for the alacrity displayed by them in making pre- 1817 5,635,188 29
parations fotran arduou and perilous service, de- Naval service, including
serve well of their country. the navy 2.224,458 98
Mr. Jo R ELL,' the eor Editor f te Public debt 7,848,949 12 '
Mr. Jon Co RUSSELL, the Senior Editor of the Leaving a balance inthe Treasury, onthe
Boston Coinmercial Gazette, has retired from the 1st.of January, 1823, of .- $ 4,237,427 55 1
lead' of.that establishment, after a devotion of The actual receipts into the Treasury
more than fortv years to the labor .oA conduii .ig during the three first quarters of the
it. l'he present proprietor is Mr. S'IMN G.RD- year 1823, are estimated to h ve amosit-
NnR, the late partner of Mr. RUSSEL. dto 16,14,05 26
FROM ALVARARIDO.-Capt. Boyer, of the Customs 15,019,392 74,
brig Cato, informs, that, on the Mid of December, ubic lad is exclusive of
Mississippi stock 657,505 .3
firm i was recommended from tihe Castle of Vera Dividends on stock in the
Cruz, on the town. On the 4th, Capt. B. saw Bank of the U. States, 350,000 000
vessels of war lying at anchor twchle or fil'teel Arrears 6f Internal duties
: hety. gAL b_ ana .. .- ., ,e5,.t~Jt ..il ici- ...
0' ( In %hat Mr. Ir.'r mtis.L. ,.uj~ orn Fruis), ,r. the Arkan- Repayment of advances
sa ltoal Bill, there was, ina part of our last impression, an made in the War De-
treor,rny tch, as itgives a wrong idea of the population of the partgent for services
' .ierrmlonry, deder., t'Lortcuior. \ hin r.,. actually said, was,. or slppies, prior to 1st
hat the ','hLI.',Cerriprmjilh,,.i e m toi'y0was sApples, prior to 1stt
sit te [h./ .:ir,.ll il,,t ii-i: ". r-. if,, theterritory and ao July, 1816, 44,410 64
iu btoride, 0aLul fill tlouit Isnd lri.npr. .The actual receipts into
the Treasury, during thed
DID, fourth quarter, are esti-
At T.nerton' Devonsh're, England. Mrs. MARY mated at 4,270,000 00
POTE,.gel 6.1, birt..mnr. .I the parish church there. Making the total estimated receipts into
She.had served oboardseveral British men of ar, dis. the Tredsury, during the year 1823, 820,444,035 26
o'hi: *s a-seaman, and had been in Rodney's, and sev-
*erI oth- r engagements. Her sexwas discovered at Lis- And, with the balance in the Treasury,
bon by the feminine actions she betrayed in catching oran- on the 1st January, 1823, forming an
ges in her. lap. Her. object in going to sea was to be aggregate of %24,681,462 81
near.her sweetheart, who had been pressed, and who The expenditures during
afterwards fel i ct the three first quarters
TOWN MEETINGS of the year 1823, are
.WN METIN .estimated to have a-
S / mounted to S11,422,847 30
Pursuant to noticegiven in the morning papers, Viz:
a meeting of the Citizens of Washington; and Civil, diplomatic, and mis- 1
others,. was held .in the -City Hall, ,on.Saturday cellaneous, 1,510,735 14
Sev1ning, the Sd of January, to take into consider- Military service, includ-
of6tile Greekssandftteepropriety ing tbrtifications, ord-
atiote cause of the Greeks, and the propriety nance, Indin depart-
of aiding them by pecuniary contributions. or by i meant, revolutionary &
the expression of a merited sympathy with them military pensions, arm- -
in their present struggle for liberty; at which ing the militia, and ar-
TH-'OIAS CARBERY, Esq. Mayor, was called to the rearages prior to 1st 71
Chair, and D. A. HALL, Esq. was appointed Se- Naval service, including 62
cretay. the gradual increase of
It having been suggested that this meeting was the navy, 1,776,989 37
convened on a too brief notice, and that many Public debt, 3,751,407 17
persons, friendly to the objects it had in view, The expenditures during
,must thereby be deprived of an opportunity of at- estimated at rt 3,894,559 74
tending, it was, Viz: .
Resolved, That a further invitation be given Civil, diplomatic, and mis-
to:the citizens of this District, to Members of cellaneous, 489,704 11
Congress, and other visitants at the Seat of Go- Military service, include.
e irnment, to attend an adjourned meeting to be in fortifications, e t-
held at the same'place on Wednesday evening ment, revolutionary &
next, to adopt, sueh measures, in relation to this military pensions, arm-
subject, as may be deemed expedient. ing the militia, and ar-
-10,, 0ARhE Y, tki,-man. rearages prior to 1st
D. A. HALL, Secretary. anuary, 1817, in 899,449 93
Naval service, including
Pursuant to public notice, a meeting of the the gradual increase of
.n the navy, 726,776 46
Citizens of Washington was 'held on Saturday Public debt, 1,778,62924
evening, the 27th instant, at the City Hall. Dr. Making the total estimated expendi-
JAi.Es LAURIE was called to the Chair, and JOHN ture of the year 1823, $15,317,407 04
N. MiOULDER, appointed Secretary.
The object of the Meeting wais stated fi-om the Chair, And leaving in the Treasury, on the
*to take into consideration a resolution adopted at a late 1st January 1.824, an estimated balance of $9,364,055 77
jectingof the conditiozens of the Fioorst Whereupon the sub After deducting from this sum certain balances of ap-
unanimously resolved, that this Meeting concur with propriations, amounting to S2,897,086 47, which are
their fellow citizens of the First Ward, in the senti necessary to effect the objects fobr which they were se-
ments expressed in the resolution alluded to, and, verally made, or have been deducted from the esti-
with the view of accomplishing the objects therein set mates for the service of the ensuing year, a balance of
forth, Messrs. .ames H. Handy, Thomas H. Gilliss, Dasniel $6,466,969 30 remains; which, with the receipts into
Baker, and John .. Moulder, be appointed a Committee the Trrasury during the year 1824, constitutes the
to draft Articles of Association for the government of a t means for defraying the current service of that year.
SInstitution, having for its object "to take into corsidera- 2. OF THE PUBLIC DEBT.
S'tion the circumstances of the poor, and the causes of The funded debt, which was contracted before the
f their poverty, and to devise means for improving their year 1812, and which was unredemed on the 1st day of
*;,: condition; to discountenance, and as fart' as practica- October, 1822, amounted to $17,189,852 60
ble, to prevent the incr'eaea, of p-uieiiusm, vice, and And that which was contracted subse-
Simmorality, and to aid the civil iutsor.iy ,n ,"irrying into quently to the 1st of January, 1812, and
effect the laws for the punishment of disorderly persons, was unredeemed on the 1st of October,
Sand the binding out of orphan children fond begging 1822, amounted to 75,852,848 58
in the streets,"
; The Committee, after having retired some time, re- Making the totalamount offended debt,
turned, and submitted to the meeting a constitution, con- unredeemed on the 1,t of October, 1822, $93,042,701 18
fornmbly to their instructions, which, after some discus- In the fourth.quarterofthatyear, there
sion, was adopted. was paid the sum of 2,265,673 32
1;e meeting then orderedlthe proceedings to be pub- Viz.
lisheild. in the several papers of tlie City-and adjourned lielmbursement ofsix per
Sto the first Tuesday in January, at 5 o'clock, P. M. at the cent. deferred stock, 265,673 32
City Ha'l. Redemption of six per
Jo.- N. Moa .,nz, Sec. JAMES LAURIE, Chairman. cent. stock, of 1820, 2,000,000 00
Dec. 30, 182,,


FPUBLISHED;13Y GALFIS & SEATON,
rHAfli TflhXS*A WEeM LbIF~ti~g TVA.'GRSSIOF ctYso1sso
ALD TWICE3. A WB~ltis'It RE iiTtE&S
Pricejr ar apz ? -~-aijdolleysr Pay~aein adi-vw ne.
Por six r onht& u trdol


if, f


ifesluc -til e ,uutLCL ac t, on lae isl
ft January, 182 to 90,777,027 86
Iron that day to the 1st of O.tober
ast, there was added to the deb -
in three per cent. stock, 32 39
Treasury note six per cent.
stock, 1. l-1 87
TrIasury note seven per cent.
tock, 1 5 00
-- 1,829 26

Making ai aggregate of 90,778,857 12
During thle saLI.e period, thicr- was
aid, in rcinbursuismeuiit of the d'lsrred
ix per cent. stock, 327,022 88
Rediccing' the ftmded debt, on i 'ae 1st
Oct. 182:3, to 90,451,834 24
Since tt,:t day, ;her hlas been iklded,
n l'rICasury nole six per cent. stock, 716 75
Mlalnii; in :'iTgegs'aie (of 90,452,550 99
It is esthiniatl t l thai the I mIiilblise-
tent of d fctirrd sc ock, i'i l tflirtht
uar' r of thlie prc.cat year, x' : I'.I unt
to 274,588 85
Wi, ich wiil reduce uto ciiuea debt,
redeemed Ion the 1st Jantwry, 18524, to ?90,177,962 14

The amount of Treasury notes out-
tanding oin the 1st of October, 1323, is
estimated ctt $26,122 00

And the amount of Mississippi stock
inrcdcemcd on tllat da3 at $21,258 87

3d. OF THI' ES'TIM'IATE OF TTIl PUBLIC ItEVENUE
AND EXI';ENDLTUihE FOR THE YEAR 1824.
It will be perceived, that the actual receipts of the
year 1823, agree, substantially, with the estimate pre-
ented in the last annual report. The only deficiency is
n the proceeds of the public lands; and that is under-
stood to have been the consequence of an expectation,
generally entertained,'that tie lands which were relin-
quished under the act of the 2d of March, 1821, and
vhich are supposed to present the strongest induce-
nents to purchasers, would be brought into market ear-
y in the ensuing year; with respect to the customs,
however, the anticipations that had been formed, both
as to the circumstances which were calculated to have
an influence upon their productiveness, and as to the re-
uilts, have been completely realized. It is believed,
therefore that data founded upon thesame principles as
those which governed in forming the estimate for the
year 1823, may be satisfactorily presented as the basis of
in estimate for the year 1824. With this view, the Sc-
cretary has the honor to state :
1st. That the gross amount of duties on imports and
tonnage, which accrued from tie 1st of January to the
30th of' September last, inclusive, is estimated at $17,-
800,000 ; and that of the whole year, at $21,000,000
Of this sum, that portion which accrued in the first half
of the year, is about $1,000,000 less than that of the same
period in the preceding year : and that which accrued
in the three first quarters of the year, is estimated at
$1,700,000 less than that of the corresponding quarter
of the preceding year.
2d. That the debentures issued during the three first
quarters of the year 1823, amounted to $3,412,000; whicl
exceed the amount issued during the corresponding pe
riod of the year 1822, by $1,500,000 : and the amiiounot o
debentures, outstanding, on thle 30th of September last
and chargeable upon the revenue of 1824, was $1,405,000
which is $500,000 more than was, on the same day, in
1822, chargeable upon the revenue of 1823.
-3d.-Ti' ti. tl e '.atti.)A5 crpertad-'froB
the United States, in the year ending on the 30th of Sep
tember last, amounted to $47,15517'l ; being $2,718,368
less than those exported in the ydar preceding ; and thi
value of foreign articles exported in the year ending ot
thle 30th September last, was $27,530,469 ; being $5,
244,267 more than those exported in the preceding year
4th. That the aggregrate value of Ihe imports into th
United States, during the year ending on the 30th Sep
tembw last, is estimated at $77,486,432 ; which is less
by $5,755,109, than tliose imported in the preceding year
5th. That the amount of custom-house bonds, in suit
which, on the 30th of September, 1820, was $3,130,000,
was, on the same day, in thIe year 1822, $2,795,000, and,
in tile year 1823, $2,817,000 ; whence, it appears, that
although a reduction of $313,000,had taken place duriiim
the whole period, yet the amount in suit on the 30th o
September last, was greater, by $22,000, than' on thI
same day of the year preceding.
Upon a consideration of all these facts, and the concla
sions deducible from them, the receipts from the cus
toms, in the year 1824, may be estimated at $16,500,000
A considerable portion of the lands relinquished under
the act of the 2d of March, 1821, will be brought int
market in the ensuing year ; but, as it is yet uncertain t
what extent this may be deemed advisable, andoas thi
sale of these lands will probably absorb a great portion
of the means of those who are prepared to make invest
merits in the public lands, it is considered prudent not t
estimate the receipts from this source of revenue at mor
than $1,600,000; although it is believed, that they wil
exceed that sum.
Under these circumstances, the receipts of the yea
1824 may be estimated as follows:
Customs .- $16,500,000
Public Lands 1,600,000
Bank Dividends 350,000
Incidental receipts, including
Arrears of Internal Duties
and Direct Tax 50,000
Repayments of advances made
in the War D)epartment for
services or' supplies prior to
July 1, 1816 50,000
Making together $18,550,000 0
To which is to be added the sumnof 6,466,969 3
remaining in the Treasury, after satis-
fying all the appropriations chargeable
upon the means of 1823, which itikr's
the entire means of the year 1824,
amount to -. $25,016,969 3
Thle expenditures of the year 1824, are
estimated as follows:
Civil, Diplomajtic, and Miscel-
laneous $1,814,057 23
Military service, including
Fortifications, Ordnance,
IndianDepartment, Revo-
lutionary and MilitaryvPen-
sions, arming the Militia,
and arrearages prior to 1st
January, 1817 5,122,268 15
Naval service, including the
gradual increase of the
Navy 2,973,927 51
Public Debt 5,314,000 00


0
.0



30


Making an aggregate of 15,224,252 89
which, being deducted from tie esti-
mated means of 1824, will leave in the
Treasury, on the 1st January, 1825, af-
ter satisfying the current demands of
the year 1824, a balance, estimated at $9,792,716 41

Underthe existing laws, there is no probability that
any portion of the balance remaining in the Treasury on
the 1st of January, 1824, or of the surplus which may ac-
crue during that year, can be applied to the discharge of
the public debt, until the 1st of January, 1825. Yet, it
is not deemed conducive to the general prosperity of the
nation, that so large an amount should be drawn fiom the
hands of individuals, and suffered to lie inactive in the
vaults of the Banks. On the other hand, the high rate
of interest of the great amount of debt which becomes re-
deemable on the 1st of January, 1825, renders it inexpe-
dient for the government to apply to other objects any
portion of the means which it may possess of making so


Crosbv, and had taken several Portuguese vessels.
Semlin, Oct. 23.-Since the death of the heroic Marca
Bozzari, his brother Constantine has made himself
known; and, according to a letter from Tino, dated
October 13, and which has been received at Nissa,
lie has avenged the death of Ihis brother in a manner
worthy ofhim. Hle is said to have completely de-
feated the l'acha of Scutari, who had advanced, with
fresh troops, toward the end of September, and to
have destroyed the greater part of his army. Among the
prisoners wi ere 600 Latin Christians, whom Bozzari sent
to theit homes, after reproaching them for having fought
against their Christian brethren. May all the Christians
of the West appreciate this conduct. According to the
latest private letters from Macedonia and Thessaly, we
learn that, as far as the Peloponnesus is concerned, the
Greeks have nothing more to fear. it is true, that bags
fill of human ears, stated to be those of slain Greeks,
and for which the Porte, according to ancient custom,
pays a certain sum, are sent from time to time as tro-
phies to Constantinople. But the Franks are no longer
deceived by this, as it is a certain fact, that the Turks
cut off the ears of their own dead, which they deliver to
the Porte as those of Christians.
Alexandria, Sept. 9.-The Viceroy of Egypt has hired
fifty ships to convey ammunition, provisions, and rein-
forcements of troops to Cauca.


Patriotic Bank of Washington,
1st January, 1824.
TrHE President and Directors of this Bank have de-
T clared a dividend for the six months, ending 31st
December. of 21 per cent. It is now payable to the


Georgetown, City of Washington, and Anna-
polis Mail Coach.



T E Proprietors, in order to ensure to travellers in
this line greater comfort and security, have pro-
cured a new and handsome Post Coach, good horses,
and sober, skilt'ul, and accommodating drivers. They
hope by these arrangements, to render this line as
agreeable to travellers in every respect, as the nature of
the route will allow, and more so than it has ever here-
tofore been. The patronage of the public is therefore
solicited.
ARRANGEMENTS.
To leave the Union Tavern, in Georgetown, on Mon.
days, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 5 o'clock, A. M. call-
ing at. Brown's Hotel, in the City of Washington, for
passengers; thence, to Upper Marlboro' to breakfast;
thence, through Queen Anne, to Annapolis, by 4. P. M.
The return route will leave Williamson's Hotel, in An-
napolis, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 5
o'clock A. MA. breakfast at Queen Anne; thence, through
Upper Marlboro',Ito Washington and Georgetown, by 4
o'clock, P. M. Fare through, Z4.
All baggage and parcels at the risk of the owners
thereof; 14 lb. baggage allowed to each passenger.
JAMES WILLIAMSON & Co.
jan 5-eo4w


Stockholders. 0. CARR, Cashier. SELECT CLASSICAL SCHOOL,
jan 5-d3t In West Street, Georgetown, D. C.
SHOES AND BOOTS-Cheap. 'TTUE inhabitants of Georgetown, and the public, are
F OR sale at Thomas Bulfinch's Store, Varnum's Row, .f hereby informed, that I have introduced into my
corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and 10th street' school an Assistant Teacher of Languages, whose abili-
west, a general assortment of SHOES & BOOTS, viz: ty, faithfulness, and success, have heretofore been prov-
Ladies' Leather and Morocco Lace Boots ed within my own observation.
Gentlemen's Laced Bootees This arrangement has been made with a view to the
Gentlemen's Waxedi Calf skin Shoes greater improvement of my'pupils, as well as to repeat-,
Ladies' and Missu's Leather and Morocco Shoes, ed solicitations to enlarge their number by the admis-
various prices sion of others. The system of education is the same
Boy's Shoes with that taught for, many years in the same school by
Men's high laced Shoes, S1 25 per pair and under, the Rev. Dr. Carnahan. Though principally classical,
Also, Negroes strong Shoes, a good assortment, sub- it embraces all the branches of science, usually taught
stantially made, suitable for the present season. in a College course. No exertion shall be wanting to
Purchasers by the quantity can be well accommoda- render the school worthy the continued encouragement
ted, and on good terms. and patronage of the public.
1 case Imitation Berver Hats, cheap, as above. JAMES M'VEAN.
jan 5-3t ari 5-e09t


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advantageous a reimbursement. It is believed, howe- LATEST FROM FRANCE.
ver, that every inconvenience may be obviated, if author- --
ity be given for the purchase of the seven per cent. NEW-YORK, JAN. 1.-By the arrival last even-
stock, amounting to $8,610,000, during the year 1824, at
such rates as may be consistent with the public interest. ing of the packet ship Stephania, Capt. Macy, in
As it is now certain that the government will possess am- 37 (lays from Havre, the Editors of the New York
pie means to redeem that stock on the 1st of January, Daily Advertiser have received their regular files
1825, it is presumed that the holders will be willing to A eier ave received teir regular ies
dispose of it, during the interval, at fair price; and, as a of Paris papers to the 22d of November, both in-
gradual conversion of it into money, at such times, and in elusive.
such portions, as would be m.,st favorable to its invest
ment, would be most advantageous to the moneyed The Paris papers contain many speculations
transactions of the community, it is presumed that it on the subject of Spain and her colonies, and the
would be most acceptable to the holders. Constitutionnel says, that if the Holy Alliance
It is, therefore, respectfully proposed, that the Com- aeay t t i the lbriso
missioners ot the Sinking Fund be authorized to pur- should make any attempt against the liberties of
chase the seven per cent. stock, during the ensuing South America, it would change the whole face
year, at the following rates above the principal sum pur- of things. A direct attack would be made on the
chased interests of England, and a contest would be imr-
1. For all stock purchased before the 1st of April mediately commenced, on the element where she
next, at a rate not exceeding $1 25 on every )100, in.
addition to the interest due on such stock on that day. is all-powerfll. It is evident, it is added, that to
2. Formal stock purchased between the 1st of April reduce there, in spite of England and her navy,
and the lstof Julynext, at rate not exceeding 75 cents' would be impossible. England, it is said, does
on every ,100, in addition to the interest due on the last not put herself to the trouble of conferring with
.mentioned day. the continental powers, nor of mn.iriar n;.or at-
3. For -.U stock purchased between tid 1st of lJuly .
andthe 1st oftOctober ne;st'-ayte. -notr :--etUs kifu the-. m, bfut s. 's p"- every !%100, the amountit of interest wfiicli would lutile dfpl' at iaigte r-tv55-Tr-T TA r'tCSi.n
accrued on the last mentioned day. Independence, and to form most important com-
4. For all stock purchased between the 1st of Octo- mercial connexions with the colonies.
ber, 1824, and the 1st of January, 1825, the principal and Ballasteros is said to have been arrested while
interest due on the day of purchase. i
In proposing to the consideration of Congress this ap- meditating an escape.
plication of the surplus means of the years 1823 .and -A member of the Cortes, who voted for the Re-
1824, the probable demands upon the government, in agency at Seville, has been arrested and hung at
providing fiorthe awards ofthe commissioners under the Grenada.
treaty with Spain, of the 22d February, 1819, have not General Morillo has also been arrested.
been overlooked. It is believed, however, that funds c o i i tI
may be advantageously supplied for the discharge of The King continues o exile and deprive of their
those claims, by the issue and sale, at not less than par, employment those who remained behind as well
of five per cent. stock, redeemable in 1832 ; and it is as those who accompanied him.
respectfully proposed that authority be given for that The patents exacted by the constitutional gov-
purpose. ernent are still demanded, which dissatisfies
Of the 810,331,000 of six per cent stock, redeemable e nent are still demanded, which ssatfies
in 1825, about S5,000,000 will probably be redeemed in the lower orders of the people.
that year; and there will remain unredeemed, after the It is stated that the Ambassadors of foreign
application of all the means at the disposal of the Corn- powers are to hold a meeting at Aranjuez, to de-
missioners of the Sinking Fund, about $5,331,000. This termine how Spain shall be governed.
sum, it is believed, may be readily exchanged for five The French Consuls and Spanish authorities in
per cent. stock, redeemable.in 1833, taid it is respectful-
ly suggested that provision be made, by law, for such an the ports, have disagreed concerning the French
exchange of so much of the six per cent; stock ap shall vessels, taken by Spanish privateers, which the
, not be redeemed during the year 1825. Royalists refuse to give up.
* The views which are herein presented, are founded The Guebhard Spanish Loan has been attempt-
t upon the idea, that no extraordinary expenditure is tobe ed at London and Paris, but without success. In
incurred. Itf, however, it be deemed advisable to give .e a id t w
* increased extension or activity to the Navy, or to aid in London, it fs said, the agent was treated with
objects of internal improvement, it is believed that such great contempt.
additional means as may be required, may be obtained The ecclesiastics are demanding the re-estab-
by ajudicious revision of the tariff. Such measure was lishment of fhe' Inquisition. More recent accounts
recommended in the last annual report, with a viewboth state that the Kin of Sain entered Madrid
* to the increase of the revenue and the simplification of g of Spain, entered Marid, on
f its collection ; and further reflection and experience the 13th, mounted on a car drawn by 100 men.
i have tended to strengthen the opinion then entertained, GREECE.
that its operation, without being onerous to the commu- The Greeks have taken possession of the Castle
t nity, would be advantageous to the revenue, salutary to orinth
s commerce, and beneficial to the manufactures of the arrivednth. an By the wayof Marseilles, news has
country arrived of an engagement between the Ottoman
t All which is respectfully submitted, and Greek fleets, which terminated with equal in-
SWM. II. CRAWFORY. jury to both parties. The Turkish Admiral af-
TnEAAsUny DEPARTTMENT, terwards proposed to the Greeks to surrender to
.December Slst. 1823. the Turkish force, which was indignantly reject-
; LATEST FROM ENGLAND. ed, with the declaration that they, would sooner
perish than submit.
NEW YORK, JAN. 1.-The Ship Union, French, MUnMID, Nov. 10.-D. Victor Saez opposes the re-es-
. was cast away on ghe morning of the L ( ).e- the wishes of the foreign powers, he has agreA thatihe
8 cember, on the south side of Long Island, about Chapter of Toledo shall fulfil the functions of that tribu-
o 40 miles from Sandy Hook. The passengers and nal, regarding certain subjects, according tothe ancient
in laws of the kingdom, before its re-establishment. Hence,
- crew were all saved, it is concluded by some persons, that it will never again
. The letter ba of the Union has reached town, be put in vigorous operation
e iNov. 11.-The King publishes no more decrees. The
- and we have received our regular files of papers journals contain nothing new; and things are expected
, to the date of her sailing. We find no news of to proceed in the usual course until the arrivalofhis Ma-
" importance. jesty. The French Body Guards will winter at Madrid.
t A cabinet Council was held at London, Nov. CONsTANTINorLE, Oct. 10.-The Porte has permitted,
" 18, but nothing had transpired of its delibera- thercshipment of corn, and restored the former facilities
t tons. thie Cabinet was si mm ned by Mr. for navigating the Black Sea; and it was expected, that
, tions. Thle Cabinet was summoned by Mr. all the affairs relating to the Franks would be establish-
g Canning. ed as before the insurrection of the Turks.
f The Mexican government has negotiated a loan Lopnox, Nov. 17.-The Foreign Exchange has been
e with the house of Barclay, of about twenty mil- very much agitated to-day, and the fluctuatior'in Span-
lions of dollars. The contract is secured by ish Bonds has been very great and rapid. Our own
Sounds have fallen this morning.
s. the custom-house revenue. LONDON, N,ov. 15.-The Chronicle remarks that the
U. Ar. at Falmouth, 18th, Ld. Sidmouth Packet, British Naval force now in active service, is more than
r N. York and Halifax. Took from the wreck of sufficient to ensure the independence of South America,
o the Ardent, whaler, of Boston, which had been in case it should be threatened by the French ministry.
o water logged from the 28th Sept. the captain and 1PARs, Nov. 18.-All the regiments of the guard
Sr consisted of 14-the others e to assemble at Paris to receive the Duke d'Angou-
n 4 men. Her crew consisted of 14-the othersleme, on hisreturn from Spain.
t- were lost. Many persons occupying places about the Royal Pala-
o The Phaeton, Br. Frigate, from Vera Cruz cesat Madrid, have been deprived of them.
1 and Havana, arrived at Plymouth, Nov. 15th, WAnsAw, Nov. 6.-It is said that the Emperor Alex-
with three millions of dollars, and a quantity of ander, just before parting from the Emperor Francis, in-
vited him to attend a little Congress here or at Peters-
ar cochineal. She put into St. Michaels, Nov. 1st, burg next year, but the Emperor of Austria appears lit-
and learnt that Lord Cochrane was cruizing oft tie disposed to regulate the affairs of the American colo-
the Western Islands in the Don Pedre, 78, Capt. nics on monarchical principles.










-__ . ...-' ,lseverheid ae re.'ardc u to coornyin high eiiunatt,,;;, ; FROM THi E t ., A L.I C. L AAH it. i' (. i 'fi NA ; .Y .l ,, !iola iv; ,Ar/, ;; t-!:,P E, uiddings =
I -' *i ], .ilt'c''l v'irtueC. The politician, who disreg.rds tlhe t -- TI ,ti- *[ *,."A :; V1 *l I 1 h *,".n
.J P -n i ,I'J 1 J .. t ic .y t ien re. ai K onlueiitI the m measures .cessary to ne'e icii 11i. i r ay t l "irst of lr ? .! 1l 3 1 g r t vari-
l ,. I I I 1C:. H %t..L, I,.. ....1, ,I 1 u ntz,.-I,11n,11. Is-n ct-o. frts, of' .;i',,- 't .,' ,;,. ,. 1.bCl .Ie_11"';I t varl
l,.. tile cou: r\, or elevate its clhiractcr, i aV neglect 77e Cauc ts Q I t I..' il1AOm tid h !i 'I (, .i I In, r- pre, ;- to G .n l ) \ci i ", I '! :, 1 l.. .i .nv. t.' loll Rooms. viz:
Sth tudyu ec i thi unit, a l 5tr lcpn- t particular ciur -i to 11 ( P rk t eles( e by thn L<, ', o on''''\ c ( _,e Pins, luy ateactrhe r'- S,'..!I),.."
7TO THE 1:II'cORS. ;b ;ut h:who'os l h" to tth l uturc,ld a alopisilnit. tr t(he inform 8 n o dtat c ,- in: -.-C i t A of Libtlt i. : th .
1:11h i l[ IIa,_j ls luc~L't;ary to gllL'uard the eCo hill',"01' r I I I I I ,.
GE TL.V lne Tr e pI lic lias beeCII favorhcda i aw i elevate to thu hi.ght Itc ofp rosper it erIfol xin t ate eV ( tC e ev i .N.. .lch of prosperity, v lil .. ; i ,;, *.,. 1 !;. ',s
fOur t'- number tron m the per, of the al icrl," and I -ci r : ri'.id econol,.v, or b' e overwhelmed with insur- T he i;e w which tl", g (-en on M 1 r. I;". I" '- r"- T' i b ; i reKie e;.,ll': il :;io( o'. d r ;i -l >,,c n ,,i \ lw it:; are 1 first
pr)'c-d, according. ; to my pirotise, to ex;ii l is accu. b d j .^ F !K i,-pressed ''h thi: triih, |(;niIs M I% a ;i ll1k' I;-pv ionl ol tir opiniin- l ".! li ,, i .fi lt .1 ; .| r 6 Fa,. \ .,ii .1. ; (^ n q
.ou _b." diiiiculhicti. Vuff i i n-pr,,;( I d w,tj, ti lsu'tr l tl ti h ,3" t .s, -, l' t{S ,tio i, _. .' I ("I' t!~ i[ ,u:,;'Ii, it `; l l arc: .. ..:
saticns. d n '\ r C alhoun has, in every sl:,i' of his political cm tIe m em ber oon1e f1 u{) ,, e vl ,, **. i i, in' r i i., ;, be t q:ld y
A ft er indulging him self in a strain of f' g; e aI t nd e e sn 1- i ol- 'I ot" I 'i c. |'i -t ,htan i,',,, b.en the *t." .m' 5. :. ',;.. ,
eral observations, which occupies about one third of tlhe r I dt..d ri.Id or l. .( a ra '.;,, v>tu u u o ** r
wa b e vIl% arm and de\o,x o d i fr'u ,t of lh t I I ~ !v t~ x, )'P d'e"C~v if _,i} l'; tpOll tlw -. t!'ole t- t:(Il, i I- II .. ,. ,k i' i,, '~ { .b ,L ./ab.? I '" 'lil ;
ar icle, he col e nces his specific charges against M r.i c r i o r than a. their l'e IS! /ul u.r :, it ,- 1l. ., v.,:;;u.s patterns s
!;Z.l ouin bv observing that hlie came into the W ar De- a n individ al d o e;o c J over io, tie]ar nL Tl, r sol tio n ere "t. p I. t .I I .. .-:, I )r n;. li[. i 1 'I -11 Sl a tgs
p a rt m e n t a t t h e t e'r in a tio n o f a t h r e e y e a r w a r a d t w o ulth ridI a llo r d m .r 0 t i 7 7. ., 1 .. '.T ". ; .:. "i7 .:\v.; ',,: \h;,&, :. tc,
ttetriainoIt wouh t allb'rd n,,- EL'rcat ph:aI,ul._. te 1'. 'ilv"toaItew are I IIII I ~.t ie 'ltot ltt e .. 'lq.: !v{., (. h l~hI "I ; ( ,I!), i~lti.,!'<.I'h t I 11 t. i(,eI _111111. .i !1;", ":.r.tt:, t
ask Wl, at SyS el ecOf onv hI o tls l e rojeced ts? 1" io l ot ilI part oft i "as ndIle eienpof avoe dl, tlr l t, n0.Cr()I' n1,e rhUi- wS !t I .e-ar c"I the "I!,tic- I."1nd. !- -
CE C^le t rle ^ hec)tn l*VI' n i 1" >,.olro W ill H. I Ii\\1(,, ,,,., p -,,i ;, 11,!. i:Z1 :I., ,.`t, !'',,j J. to,, ,,. trih "* ^;;, .l
ftIn...Wedtorep ivtyo ny Io is nrarsmctwill at"w;,, sfincl iner,::dy to follow hbin in his h idi~e on- i a u o ",t .][ l.rlV'r] e'it} ll.I i;1&, tl~ ttC~lll,oI m lh; "" ]l'C0IeII(T illJS Of th e *"i ollid and l')I, l .*;,,,-,O1.
t may e very material, before I consider this ch is charge, t:rp ,'es,. a ainst lthe ai inistration, or anv branch of it, A- 1l the gentle en \vhllo, oN,/,'rl a' t lll t o,>llil, ;, !- i!,;, ,Ir..ll Ci i t, l It had been raised H ,vwn Soap
to set the "l4tadical" right as to the time wlhen Mr. al- l ] eluc Ie ;jll disposed 1(,o as'at. W l, n : he h done, such r,' olutions in ,a, !fgis/ui Jutir,',/ ,e t, h e .e arled Chief, in the most aw-. I,11t Ch, w .io Tabpcco
111 un l e n t e r e d t h e )e p a .t n it c nt. I n c or r e c ti ll g I Is e r re( i l! n, c l 'l e s u c h r 4':on i l !, I ,tr tI!.l,'U leiI t/ttI-q l ,e t s e r o c ," I I -o, irI C i l t hr, l% oi i ,, d p a r t d C h e f ,. I p a, t '.h i ni I a r sc
h ui n t atered the h patient. In correctih a is error p shall claim he privilege of putting a few questions to republicll, exce t one .-- a l e ni l r : ,i ti. i .I sul i ;nllous .erido f our mii ty conflict .pIe Cimars
inl r la s b ctio, it e e e m in r ciation *o tthe adical p t a d its cli hichli at least tvo of th ,.,e are hi i vor cof M r. ()'cl;. i ti ihai been h,., co n tilot fro nm '75 to '83, am id Nails, c.c. N V 1 i:::ES PO (i a!ct ,
.will all be ant~x ered. % -. Calhoun itdilloIt,"Cibcn i IenterI l I .. r t11! irl I" e tm lejd fO l.Il-1vc n lc ;Ian 6-.- ig p
I *I tl d ninst:, ti o of t e ep .rtm cnt at t ,, I;- ,p h ,,ill be prepared to answ erd tEeU'tIC A N tord ti ,I:,V esi. d e several N ioth r,aputs t if .he toils, p, iva o ls "I the hopes,, the fears, and termination of the war, as asserted by the hadical.. f riend.s :u:inf thIe It i. c-ul 11_el 1 h- e r finIi success, ,I' our glorious strugglle for lnde- T_
The Dar terminated abouH the midl of February, 1815 T 'DTRS. 1'r ) 3 to -) v ralis in thi Holle, ; l c e, and. os the. memorial of the ero who bOOK SAE.
1i ]%ul n'(roc vwas shortly after appointed to teSay eG,0 'I D ''R .['ol 30 4)[,dr sil t,. ~ U e l j(t,!,!ell e auld.;1S [lie lelnoria! ,Ifltile Hero who -_ ,, ,, : ,iBOKs '_ ,. ,,.- o ,.,.
rnient, which hlpd abdiicated durig" ti e ar, nor-,l Genilmen : You will plh se insert the e clo wh.4!., tbli Libvit!` th i'etceplpionr opotio txteotkyu % :tb i.,v,^ I: i i. t; .,:. N The hVe w
der to assume the responsibility of the W ar Department. cd extract from the Ralig/ gis'ter," a paper o agafn I1' f.,, tios; a d most ol t ie- i s al ely !J,.stn.edl upon the He,; who triuiphed to arr,,n.- ,d for i'-. tH.., t,- 1, \ 1, c .ceding the sal'.
i i lt I 1" tl, The whol wiltblt
Mr. Crawford w-as appointed his immediate succIssor, ,hc t IrI' f,-, the last tweneety years ben te iv to r. dity- rerve it. Mr. C. re( ul'sted thai, as he, the wil:!' Cataloguies will be di,;reibie.:
and Mr, CaloIn succeeded to hin, at the close of the c s heulast twe n North Cerolin heii- 'r ab t, a ost al o oo ;glenrI, was childless, h!e would be pleased, at :,nO;1:S POO, Auct.
v eal 1817. Thus, then, t a m.H ls, that the d uity of re ainof the Republican partl y ll N r 1 il I C 'mL .1u- >,,e m1( [i'. e e A a ,o h ,% H c I i b p a P, A
o. 1, n.ti p c -,cttn tf a r the purpose of contradicting the n .a l C hlry Is.)s (rIa'a? f e h i s decease, t o leave the T elescope as A alexander jan .I-
orgm l~zin g tile W a rl tir; t, in order to coi fe et tile for tile p uirpo~ of contradiction g the I,, -s 1aIe- I i Z1 I l .d ,. .llod tGat it i i,w 4, aj i v""' so left i Cas e tin leav "e t the T e eso p ast Arlw."! x n er -. L N O S 1 R
Ousire Ibits, which grcw out ofthe war, devolved on ments in circulation here, relative to the late 1"'. ta lr m it e l'in:kin ol-" to the most worthy. .
.1r. CraIwtol'-not lMr. Calhoun; and, therefore, thi e imeeti, f Mr. Crawford's friends. h i-ly lr. C wordr. h general .iACKSON received the Rlevolutionary ieL r ." LA 'OUS '\ (,RKS.
question proposed by the "Radical" Way betriumphlant. "I i; fi C tlli.;ri,,! oh'th inrenmersoft, legis relic in a manner peculiarly impressive, which ,N Tueslday nnig, pen'n;.n my l. ik se, Ishal.
ly retorted upon him, by asking, What systein of econo- LECTO.AL l ICKET.-The Edi 2tols of te 'Star, orso Ii!u 'wil prou]-,: !) bi-l>r a nwyd-d Mr. Crawford "project, commence., or prose-- ... er.. se.t, 0i, e....., .i '1' w"Pc i' Itunled at t>hl (;npioi <.0n fir1nity, ma v hae impaired a frame n< lone, J,'als 101th Coingr;ess-and also, a Por. F.!i,,con-
}(1 I r.Cra fod'"1) q n aml
cuIte," while in the War Department, where so aniplea c .. the mhead of the.,ran.,.ipv N% h o, r. c ', .ni t 1 !'.dy eveni', '. :ce Iro. a nIatbr ,C young, the hear wims stail ertre, and alive to thea
0:1 (],IV ols:ce lroil "I il -ii ,wr(F' oN the heart was still entire, and aliv.. ,o "e -^ I ..
field w.ks opened for the expertise Of his tatlents ? I (J c eoutin~ rth emcetn- ti c 'f[l e l i s t .o,'N1"'. ( ',t% Vro 1 3 ) 1: 1,i(Il,Itle.II,
.... si : .. '.U 7, z tps k,9 :'la,-,.8s1, fIit f? 7 i-i, itmalei/iesqf.L~ztrope,
oe 'held a f e r"e co.c d a to 1- v nng' Pts ag-o, for oth. purpose of mn a :n tih r ut",O n hlody, i:.tt., da.-'s paper.- E.?Hquirw lheroic and g-nerous feeling s of the soldier, t lhe M <; ^ P n f h:f 3,e *ri tn.Alctiesof urope.
13,t'th, is not all. The very abuses, of which the ':t toral ticket, the ,word < .n'- in l.r ''aIs. -- ---. i ---- --..--- --- pa iIt., and thel friel"d. The Genleral ,4i.lied, o"r'PreSes pi, r. h;t -.l.&e & e. A complete Book.
t c liI ..i .I a ..ses d .1 Z st 1 tots. < i. I Z ,'n to l ,s I ,, I: ) .(.-1 : Aa i 1 ;- ll: ed ta r. of i 0 M i *-
= It r I ll, ll le lk t ilS' P ." d 11 l .. ... .,i: 1w re ei ed a ei erlkl; a 1t ] ei !, .-q ea ,I.
tl,e m:K11 adainmisuration of Mr. t'rawtrd Mr. Ca -- e -L'ecta' -n' 'ting ?b,,liar Ie le. "s.,"a'ul i..r ____ th, r. f ,' l ; ,'I '; ;-.S iq'Ol anctioneer.
:-oun fouI nd them existing -nearly three + years after 1he readers wdl judg1 of tIe prp...lev o oi h t ere i b ,,mh The Isa. r of ,s I *ru-,l o N Counfry yith eelngs int to be ex- 5,
w ar,and has since corrected the" I. Tlihe "lladical" 'says they use. T..le meeting. w' called pubttcly ai nd ,,....i ( _c jou o- I pressed by words. llhat, to this Chieftain, ll n-
"" ,-..... ." ro l h e' I u hq "l( t Ol'h t r d fe r s it ', a )_'!e !s nL; it; a alnd 6 l e- .". -
the Houseoi T Represe:;tatives commenced the work of o i the Senate Chama-d toh te ., .r al.. p n a and 2 e- der Heaven, we were all indebted for the liberty, ,
restoration in 1818, bv rep a-d calls. As Mr. Calhoun or 1 Mr. CAwVrou... ony were n\itetd, such others as si,,ions.. il. .. ... g m,.ssage was transmit- d happiness wlich we nowe. ov T.atit wa- s -o- ,W
ca,1e in during the Conir. ssional session of that year, plesei.l attenllded tlhe acting. tI lo ll Lc'-t;,r by the Governor, on thae I t l pii ,,,w nip IIsOr e hIe found hal f e, ''tI
c i u in t i g 'I" i l lt *le n T .... 11 1 il i 1t if .. t e mrorrpr in j o Ill ,be '" "; i .... ilep i U ato D tS;ie iie l ri e .a..tn el. Select" 1 I.
thest calIscould not have referred to his administrattol, t ,h | .. I ) th a 5 sl niotret sta "te Saturd y )y frc ,) ; I I ,tI'-.,tl s h .n h .* s s e t-
the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~o) ,ls -1 t I sr ni n I*uto 1li rrs i t (I'ra reebg d ,I,,the depository offaily thing which hiad be- ,,"', ,'- .. ,,:
\,o-a," e assers .1........ ...... .. o Utl,v of tiat in n" be,..l I u- vroiuit's fineads. .. Instead oi 7u, .. .... ,", i c AS te. eosttory O, any thn. wh c h ad be- "<** .... .... '" ,'T tur -*B.'
gea, na.., ,: .ui.as rsthit to.t he.c, ductofclerks So 8S, we have tLe best authority for saying, there ower, o I 7o n- ab l th Gaenral Atssembly c/ the ,S/ f loned.to one, whose memory is folly cherished -,.
in acta;g as :gents for payments. It is well known that ; upwards of oX ww Members of Assembly present th Carolina. by the brave, the wise, and ood, of a nations FIFTH CLASS,
^ ^ ^ '^ r. ^ ^ ^^ t^^T^.',v^woillSupportAet continued to h t ae tand *, p y ,P
-,-. C illain fobud this existig abuse, and immediately has 0 di e majo rt o t e G Ae lin his Legislature of'ennessee I take te tliber opt preent- coi es to grow withl the growth, and `,i!Ibcdran i-e r;in ires precisely, at 4 ,,'clock, P
tookhiis stand -igziinstit ; and,-to'-srlahnNihte rnrhfouhpycun what is not quite as well J..'?qlI i ,'! :li, ilb e,v~ i
known, D .sa fac, which c.a be filly established, that a favor, over all the other Candidates; for, though thIe in y to ur-o honorable body the observations and resoluh strengthen with the strength, of our happy count. M ,,.( wnl be received at
clerk in the war Departnt, whose conduct was com- whole numer of Members is 196, several of them were tions of th t state, expressed to their Representatives in try. That the very flatterin ariks of approba- Y E TE O OTU E
plek ed o, hadtWeer ress slanctionofser. Craoford,while not ina the city. We hope, therefore, for the sake of ve Congress, dissuading them froin umnitingin Caucus inten- tion and esteem which hlie received from his fei-. o,- Friday. sho, le '-, :- n.mb which Ia
adminste'i heDepartent, toexercie suchagenc of racity, to hear no nore fr'om the Star, &c. of the declen tionally ro noinate ally person to thienextpresidency. low-citizen,; very far exceeded his merits. Hed ismerits.
Agildisie:ihigstys Deat a clle wa eeciesuchagencyte -~skO: soo r" C cu sineet ntisSa e. T]hcse resolutions and their exordium arle couched ,01001t). ,CgkLeR
^ ^^ ^^ o r^d ^ e o r ^^ .1 r i'w-os i t r st i h s S at ..c u d s a h t l e h a o e h s dty a n d i n t -icO^-1 "" '
Re ve tatives on e 28th January of the same year, In addition to the facts contained in the above, strongo i p r U iessiv l a luse, ysnprti t ri m i sti t vuIa a y th it s ct rymd d neehs dutyp i e thnc be sold at TY fr .l a e: 'lr. n s illrive with the in-
in 'rde toat idnctian of t t he expense of clerk hire. you are authorized to state, in conrdictioln ti ty, o efoic innovation, or rancorous faction distorted its most grateful reward for services which it was !,c following are te i- Prizes to be drawn :
No,',It is ,an indisputable fact that the existing rates another ntis-statement, that tile persons selected plain, simpe Psignification,. his fortune and happiness to have rendered. '* lat S.^ 2l0-" "*
re all established befe Mr. Calhoun came in, and for the Electoral Ticket," are as respectable whether the elections by the people, that gave the te relic Of the great and ood, he should dearly ,000 DOLLARS,
that i,e had not uttered a Single one. P ei ec t e .W siqtn r dis n ii
A :"u : hie asserts that, in the same session and year, characters as any in the state I -any of whom l'IPreside wr' Genot aspatro ticW sand ctionMr Adats, andthoMr. S rlie t wofl e trearned ad, the d otnfortsl 5,000 DOLLARS,
two hundred Paymasters and Quarternastersa were disco' have been on the Electoral Ticket heretofore, and t po ot Mr aand n "atndr. to th h' aftecti rs of his decli inc years, and, wI 5000 OLLARS
htti~ iiffrirr in*iv'rfipif lPt 1 i- i i tha"*t promnoted Air. Mladison and Mr. Alonroe to the Chief' 5ll~ otet-i ot 1i iclugyas lI hn\^ 00 DOLA S &c -,-TTi. .
vereddthat they had, fbr more thanC year, i h iledto all of them have ether been members, of the Le- Mag'istracy, isnot a vey difficultproblem rtosolve. inut: he should be no more, descend to the most .*5 of1 1,000 DOLLAR &c.
coajust their accounts abuse m Is Calhoun h'end st ure, or held some responsible, office wit hin whether the people would, or would not, have possessed Vorthy.' qes*s an imense quanitky .' S70), $5I0, $100 &e.
acome'.oIe0ofoiceldbisnabuse mustsihave happeuedwithinewh I Tickes a lt8. ,)70',u:$10 &
time of his predecessor, Mr. Crawford, and Mr. Calhoun its gift ;' and I hazard nothing, in saving, that, the same patriotism anl unanimity of sentiment, without l ,- ..__,. ticketss ,;.
is not of course responsible. lut, by way of consoling where known, they are held in much higher es Jthe existence ora Caucus, in the election of thetwo last JOHN P. LATRUITE', yr i'the lucky numbers I aV will draw the above pri-
the "Radical" with an agreeable contrast, it will appear I teem, than those who have presumed to speak of na aealrt t orte i t lresu iency, tis a question that Jeweller & Silversmith, zes, aply, wilhou -lav, at
b i reports the 'reasury, ifhe wil kethe a trouble, them with disrespect, and will, without doubt, are, that the people will always do right il using the i jAS just received and novw openingg a large and rich 1,E TE.-l ,A O Ple ORTUQNE
oflookingQuartermaster, undther Mra, not a sin le Paymaster or receive the vote of the State. clective franchise, if ., are not disturbed or dictated J.Ll assortment of gouoda at his Jewely and 'Fancy Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington City.
last year to settle his accounts. -r. MIember of Congress, to in their wise deliberative councils. IStore, sign of the Golden Watch, betwecu 9t.h ind l10th Where the Cash can be obtained for prizes as soon as
Again : he asserts that, during the same session, Con- --.BMaWa e. ha\lve hlc honor to be, gentlemen, your obedient ser- streets, Pensylvamna Avenue, Washi,.,I ,. ,.....;...'.;. .* of drawn.
A g i e a s r s t a d r n h a e s s i n o -v 'tnt, G A B3L H O L M E S I G oM a n d S t vc ir lP a te n t L e v e r W A 'll e i l ,4. t.I h rIs t ( A ll L o t te r y h nfo r mi a t io n g iv e n g r a tis ,
cress objected to the construction, which had been glv- The London Courier, the senn-official .per, executive Offic Ae,. HOLMES. I old quaitynd Sve r Patent line gold dials, chased ai flut ..td cas es. All Lottery information ivengratis,
en to the act allowing brevet pay. The facts in this d pap e qualty, elegaii ine gold dials, chased and fluted cases; jan-6 W. R.
case are, that the c onstruction was made long before Mr.; and the supporter of royal prerogatives ill their 27th Dec. 1823. y t;uili,ig,, do, gold and silver Repeaters, plain gold and
Calhoun came into office; that he never sanctioned it widest latitude, treats the idea of the possible In the House of Commons, a motion was made Alarm do; first rate plain double case English silver do. MR. GOODACRE'S LECTURES.
while in Congressorin the WarDepartment; and, forthe subjugation of the Colonies as idle ; and speaks to communicate the Message to thle Senate, with A brilliant assortment of JEWVELRY, consisting of 1 .- ........ p re u a c t
further consolation of the "Radical," I would remark, of them as having accomplished, from the same a proposition to have the same printed, at copy for Dismonel ls, .ules. TopIz, emeralds, Amethysts, Gar- i c1btCiRi i te t h3 uLe esnthWnhtn As
that the officers of the Treasury have given to the natural causes, with the same unshrinking spirit, each Member ; which, after a warm debate, was ead inerinsl,seal, infio nold; EmeraldsTop smblyHall, will be delivered onthe Modaysnd Sa-
b r e v e t a c t a m u c h m o r e e x t e n s i v e c o n s t r u c t i o n t h a n M r P- ..u d a s a d s m e o e n e r e i a e e e n n,,ah"e k
cShn d ^ and with the same infallible result, their inde carried by 64 votes to 58. In the Senate, when Ameyst, Grt,Crnena, rmber, Jet, e a ome one termdite even, ecweek,
Calhoun has ever done, and in direct opposition to his de- .. se F.rRings..-. "" ; le.at Ear ilis an, ot" icht wo ds, ay so'enoteictredwialwytegevenm,)eadhrweeg
cision, which was communicated to Congress in a letter pendence, as did these United States before the communication was received from the House aste Ear ings and Drops; elegant Jel Ear Ri"gs and : it holi ch two days notice wil always be given,) durmg
to the Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means.. them. They laugh at the notion that Spain can, (of Commons, a motion was inade to postpone in-' I Irops, set in fine gold, beautitul cut Corsa! Ear ,lngs eee commec t Moday J ary 12
Sand Drops, mounted and Se with fine old. A Select The Lecture of Monday next, Jan 12th, will embrace
And, finally, the "Radical" complains that Mr. Cal- unaided, reduce these nations again to bonda-e; definitely the motion to print the communication, asd ortet of eegat fin se owih fine agol. slet ab kethe f t tle Ieistory othe tScienc mbrmthe
houn, not satisfied with the estimates which he had sub. and, as to the.aid which France might be dispos- on which the Senate divided, 27 to 7, and the and Drps, of d lretpatter,,s a beautiful c( ells sour I r uet o po.s uxlt
itulled at tskede ommencement of addithe sessi, monof t-18, a- ed to give, they .speak a language which she will Speaker gve the c uting vote in faIavor of post-of Fancy Sprig Pins, ornamented ,ith all _.,-ts ui ji,-- T. L '- ct;,r !. lli "-p-C1n ht l. -s q c exhbt
V. t l t s e b g s e v e r a l a d d l i t i.o n a t mlo u t a g t ; ,i h e C ',- -- e p e i e p p L~,b ~ t t h o d i o V eUtla t i '
more than half&i r,, .i.... of dollars, before the ternuination understand, and tfle Golonies will not fail to pro- ponement. cious stones and pearl set in fine gold. La .Key and gen- e ie..'c le. T- i11appa .eure wl
of the session. As these additional items were voted by fit by. Upon the whole, we think it clear that lemen's line gold Watch Chains, chased S's Keys, I f-o sw bea o bu ithe o elfgr rg' .
.e LGISLATUE OF GEOGIA.ous w6tqoes brillinteflo;rueforntdies'encer uhio isdaI"
-Congress, and have been expended in the public service, Great Britain has determined upon her policy and LEGISLATURE 01a GEORGIA. and Itings; brqant Houks for Lades' Wla.ch Cfhaakism oud1 in he t "I ntlgn ofld"y
there can be no doubt that they were required. But, in course on this subject-and that they will lead In the ouse ornamentedfRepresentatives, nthe6th icle ;line lca setare pla ne w le course, eight transferrable tickets, five do
order to exempt Mr Calhoun from al blame, it is onlyher o oppose, even by arms, if neceary, the in- lytiy fll n essiage was receie ft tin; rie gl chased Bo.ilcs and plain Fedai,,s tr w, -ee ecure ei t t:u'. sfennb tick et e dol-
necessary to remark that tile estimate at the commence- in
enisa ty e to oar ha tten ema t even be if nece arm the in- te re o a ontten following M message was received fro I nation the ar- the Go, eeachLecture onedollar. Y u a g
ment of that year hadbeen made outbefore lie came into terference of any continental nation the quar- the Governor et and as e Locketsset inie od; n der 12 years of age, the course, three dollarsen e,
office, and those that were submitted at the 'end, were rel between Spain and South America. Thus Cornelln eCaris, file ghld u,,u glass; fine goll Zleeve e*ach Lecture 50 cents. ars
ExIEC rT~v D ,an mxr, DEI R M ;V EOIIGI1,.1A, 1 B 1tton's and L'tud h ; line gold Curb, fillagree, and Doors will open at a quarter past six o'clock, tihe Lee-
.such as %re omitted at the commencement, or had be- will tle mianly ground taken by our Government .illedyeEilh,, I N L ol d e cur.i .Ce, afda turs will begn a quarter ist shx o'clock thehLec-
c o m e n e c e s s a r y in c o n s e q u e n c e o f a ets, w h ic h h a d p a s s b e b a c k e d b y t h a t o f ETTng l a n d A g a i ns t t h e s e H b e'esth e i s t w ilf b e gi. t o s eIn onlde e da "s ntor r se cqali t y C o al b y tit e .IS L I
ed during the session of Congress. Thus, it appears, that y A Having been made the instrument of conveying to you A la, ge asortument ol lst quality Coral, by the bunch Mr. Goodr happy to see his friends any
..11a these formidable objections of the Radical" against positive manifestations, when they shall become the accompany ing document, transmitted to me by G(ov. or string; Aber, Coral, Jet, Intation, Pea rl ad Amiu- dav bewe h c rs of te ap twele a fiends any
the administration of Mr. Calhoun, have been answered, known, of both the English and American govern- Carroll, of Tennessee, at the request ofthe Legislature let Negleg,-s and Neckla-e. -; elegant Pase, Jet, teel apartment the next oo t to Mr. Pishelv Thompson's
by correcting him in the single point of chronology; and ments, we apprehend that France will not choose of that State, I would cheerfully have submitted it to I and Git Waist Buckies; be.utdtul blue Neckla.es, e, Pens av l ishey aenue.ompsons
that the abuses, of which he complains, and which to come Quixotting, for the divine rig-ht of Kings you without comment; but, as forbearance in this re-I mounted wit;l si.-el; fide go:d chased, CGhrysdal and lPas;e an 6---dlF
) S e colnes )-j ~~~~~~spiect might be construed into .an approval onl my part of Kit,:,BuclJe,; ,ie do.v i, wtiaertyktQit rll
Mr. Calhoun has since corrected, all occurred under'the on this Continent-but if she does, she comes a any thing contaied in it, I do anot hestapprval on my part of ne Buckle.; Shoe do, e a variety at otA C ECK MISSer articleING.
administration of Mr. Crawford. In fact, these and like he eril. .. any thing contained in it, Ions to not hesichitate to lay before te Jeel"ry ine f d ,DesertICC b r
abuses constituted the Augean stables, which Mr. Cal- le eIl--1 1 you the crude suggestions to ich it as gven rise SILVER W A iE, coosisngof Ldles, Table, Desert, is< S hp,
houn has effectually cleansed. The detection of tlhis, .....__ __ trusting'that the' will be regarded with all the indul-l tTea'K mustard Seailt. aid narrow Spoons; Fish and But- A CseC r ofth O'1edS nyF dwaionrd Deppeo Esq
anachronism in the historical criticism of the "dRadical," A GOn WATCH KEY gence to which good intention may entitle them. ter Knives .' I' A ahikier of the office of Discount and Deposile of
leaves only two observations of histo be replied to. s e io.d he Pei This paperpurportsto be a formal act of the Legisla- lATED WARE, cofisting of sets, Coffee and Tea the Ba'k of tlt,. United Sates, in Louisville, Ken-
Tlee onadical" asserts that Mr.sCaltoun, erpiet.is report en tnodn o the Pesy an,, Avenue, which ture of Tennessee; and its object, the deuunciatin of Pot, bugar t.sh ar..' C;eam Pot, the Sutr and Cream, tuck fr an'I,., dated 26th of Jly last, numbered 385,
to Co.adiressof the 2sd December, 1817, affirms that II iowne ay obtin a te Office of e Natonal what it pleases to call a caucus, which may possibly be Pvt rict.iy gil: i the hit sde; iage an small Waiters, payable der other Subscribers, at the Bank of
to Coq'ress of" tile22dl December, 1817, affirms that In -..!,, :e~neer, b). fdescribmng it, and paying the cost o eda h iyo a igo ym m eso o gres -',e dd B a cl C d s ktoc, a dtof.wii ) hst,,,nithe essUiedsn States.S'a id cdronSl heckofwaS~us ie enclosedin o itters byo
thrice the existing number of ti eace Ihelat the city of Washeainygton by membersaof ConAess, Al ',d iora,.ch Candiesucks, t.re and wc lighs, i eDn. to a by
maritime fronlirr alone, evidently inteiidinpg to make anl P ing the Legislature of Tennessee designed to attach to iGilas-"; dolble plAt'd sroiig silver mounting Liqour salme date- Neither tlhe letter or check has been re-
.impress.oni that lie was in favor of increasing th~e army at. r vT the word1 Cauus, I cannot conceive. It is not an Eng- S'tanrs, t',ur, three, a'.d tuwo bottles. ceived by u."? Ths is,_ therefore, to caution all persons
thattime. reit not for a reard to ood breeding, I MILIARY BALL, lsh word-it is not to be found i our Dictionary, and, A 'a o le of Cu Glss Castors, double and iving or passing said check, as payment has
should pronounce the assertion to be false. The posit- t Jl the l shington ./sse mbl tll, being an uncouth word, and of harsh sound, I hope ne- single p'uead Candlesticks, Coasers, Tuml)ers, Saicel.! been stopped at the Bank of the United States ; we
ja, 6- saehatev eint hen r s h e lw etterdorsesadcheckhas weenhre-
tio which Mr. Calo was discussing was not the force. ver w i It isnotto be found in either the constitution lars, S lers, and Trays, and :-pounsi, Britannia Ware harved fro said w, endorse said checmn, a we have
ineeeseary in time iof peace to inoccupy and apreserven them,: n commemoraion e' the Victor of New Orleans, or laws of Tennesee, and, being a mere abstract con sets, pars, or siglk; Ladles and Spoons; fine poised paeied. fom sa.d olcea Wpli wc" has been
but the force necessary to defend them in case of actual, and zn honor of General Jackson. captionn, cannot become a subject of legislation at al. jreel Snufrs ald Japan "'raIs; an extensive assortment bpa s. c., 1i.s th 6oEMOE &ct Co.
a.issault; and ie gave it, as his opinion, that, in such a tEWIS CAIUS respectfully iforms his friends and T he paper evidently refers to a contemplated inee'ing of J-pan Waiters adr Bread i rays, a va;ty of colors. so ec., IoS Jan -I st
case, thrice the then existing establishment would be the public thLat his next ('otillion Party will lake of thmemibers ofCongress to ifluencr a dcsto !n oon a FlANCY GOODS, consistirtg of Ladies' and Centle- .andl OLA E A
.required fr their, defence-an opinion which has piac- on Thursday evening, thde 8h January, for the certain question. Cananyactofthe Le'isl.uIreofpTe n- mein's Dressinb boxes, Vising taras and Card Cases, E D LLARS REWARD
since been confirmed by the Board of Engineers, as will celehration of that memorable day. The Hall will le n.ssee aft'ect thelpersons of members .f Congress or oth- i Mrocco Pocket Bouoks and Wailets; Morocco Tm sniature '. AN awVaLy frort thlle subscriber, living near c 'twckville,
be seen .w their report. The fact is, Mr. Calhoun has beautifully decorated, and splendidly illminate witl ers at thile city or Washington h There, it has no more I CaseS, assirted; beautiful tCard Racks; a handsome as- Wr Montgomery.county, Maryland, on the 1st day of ;
ever been'thie decided advocate of a small Peace Estab- additional lights. Naval and Military Gent-men are .Jurisdiction than it has beyond sea. Members of Con- j ''trnent of Flrech and Enghsh itibbons for Watch ahui.uary, a Negro man, named .CHARLES, calls himself
r.oc 1Il Oesedt tlanw es, k alof'thner otete and m, beig a ncr astrat cn)1)stspairs ,e o stie nm L'ksi Cs and olls;fnePlshd1


lishmen, but he has betn equally the advocate of giv- repetfilly requested to attend eir unions. gress, like all other officers of government, stand in '.o Chains, Gelnlemei's f.'a quali white Gloves, handsorme 1 CHA..ES GANTT, about 21 years of age He is
ing to it complete .organization andi skill; and he has been Tickets of admission, price one dollar. relations to society, the one public, the other private- Bead and bteel Fu'ses, Gl ald Steel eticule Clasps about 5 'eet ., 7 or 8 inches hi. h, of very black complex-
averse to frequent changes, as subversive of those es- P saeusing hall will take place on Satrday, thiey o rfei' t nothing of tmbeir rights as individuals by as do 'Purses; Paste, Steel, Gilt, and Jet WaIst Buckles, ion. He took it hin six g5 notes, the bank, not re..
sential qualities. At the termination of the late war, he janl 6--t j sulming public duties, and the most arbitrary despot suO | Clasps, dcl. gilt, plaed amd Jt Hooks, Eyes & Snaps, collected; had on, when he eloped, a blue coat, about
advocated a Peace Establishment ot 10,000 men only, i could not prevent their assembly or purposes not ex-! black bugic Bands, Gold Spangles, Gik & Plated Hooks hal" worn, a brown surtl out coat, a pair of grey cassinet
wile many of his'tepublican coadjutors, as Mir. Clay e OTIC!o.-WAS committed, to the Jail of Washing- pressly inhibited hy the laws. Such an assembly, for a, Po E/es :.nd Giasp., 'or cloaKts; M other ct cea;, for. pantaloons, a white Marse.l1es vest, and a white fur hat,
and br. B-ibb, were iu favor of from 15 to 20,000. I ton County, D. C. on thle 16th day of December, convivial or soe:al purposes, might intermingle with its -t-i-se bheil, and liory Pocket Combs, Tortaise Shell and pretty' y much worn-no other clothing recollected. It is
One assertionmoreofthe"Radical"reneainsto be con- 1823, asa runaway, a negro girl, by the name o'rS.AC : 1:'; segments thani. t gra,2e" discussions, and, among these, Mo ck Drl' essi:g Cnmbs, Silver Wire Tooth BrusRhes, probable he will change his clothing, as he has a suffi-
sidered. He asserts that Mr. Calhoun neglected to apply' she is about 4 feet 8 inces high, about 18 years of age ; the very question, the discussion of which, by tat A's-' uateat ihairdri,. Sher Pencil Cases, Steel Watch Chains, ciency of money, and it.is supposed he wIl! make for
the appropriation of .i838,000 for fortifications in 1818, had on, when committed, domestic cotton frock, linen sebly, lthie Lgislature oif Tennessee so arden'.ly de- Seals a rd Ke3 s, Gils do Ilbbn Chains, mounted Silver Batimtore, as he has relations t re. I will give the
ito ieonjispc-rteranpicd, t';hic is th c::si co.rec ; ds hiftL o.lt woollen stockings and shoes: says tatt she be- ounces: it would give to, itself a name other t ehan that and Sreel .pectael-es, Silver and p!ateIl Tiii,.... lltack above reward for apprehending hiSa and securing him
assertion, it is believed, in the whole article; and it is longs to Mr. John Selby, near the Court Ihouse, Mont- of calcus, ami Tierl l ibe vain unprofitable resolution of P'os, 1 ortoise .aiil, Woou, and Paper ,n,,a *..', i.- .s t '. ; -'* a"t&*. .: -:.
susceptible of complete explanation. Mr. Calhoun had'. goniery County, Md. The owner of the above describ- the Legislature of Tenne:ssee would not have even a gar Casts, Damascus.Uazors. a new and superior artcle, WIL.LIA M O. LODGE,
determined to erect no permanent work until a careful ed negro is requested to come and prove her. and take shadow on \\ which to li : itself and a variety of odier Itazors, good, liodgers' first rate *jan. 6--eovt
sur'ey had been made of the points proposed to be for-1 her away, or she will be sold for her jail fees, and other i It is thus that Legislatures, on the eve of great elec- Penknives and Sci:sors, and a large assortment of Pen-
tified; and, with this view, he ordered the Board of En- expenses, as the law directs, tons, stelphing aside trorm their legitimate province en- knivs and Sci-sors of other kinds, S!anish Kniv rsNOT(E.
gineers to make a survey of the coast in order to preB C. TIPPETT, for ter the field of contention, inflame the ahgr'y passions. Tweezers, Bdodlons, ScPssors, Chains, and Hooks, Silv,1'er J aAS committed n, *e lisix dayofDecember, 1823,
pare suitable plans for its defence. This necessarily re. TENCIl RINCGOLI), l making contentions more fierce, and the tumult more Eye'd Needtle of a superior kid, gentlemen'e. GitiH, to the jail o Balthinore county, as a runaway, a
tarded thie application of the appropriation, but the jan 6-wSt Marshal. I boisterous; and it is (lhus, that, instead of seeing a great, 'iIteel, and plated Shoe Latchets, Glt sE d plapsd bright c ollte o woman by the name o Elzabeth Nichol-
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country has been abundantly compensated by the admi- .' and wise people moving with calmness and deliberation Spu s, uravelulg Shaving Brushes in lvry casrs son, wh ?ayssle is free, ad was raised rn tle family
rable system offortificatios, which has grown out of the POTICE'-WAS committed, to the Jail of' Washing- to the election of their first Mag state, tlie political are- bnaving Brushes of lar"e sizes Boxes wrid So' of ,ohn Wooen, ot Govan's-town, and was set free by
order of survey- a systt.hm which will, when completed, Countyn, p s. C. on the 21st day of December, "na presents a scene, where, as in tle. turbulent das of Toroise shell and Mock ea b ack ac, ... idd John wooden She is five fee, -even inches Inhgh,
give a security to our Atlantic frontier, hitherto unknown 18213, as a runaway, a negro man, by the name of ADAM |Rome, the bitterest feelings of human nature are in con- Side Combs, Ladies' and Gentlemuii's Laind-ome t:din i abou"t swent"y-tw year"- *f a;;e-..a, on whien commit-
to that important section of our country. JOnONSON; he is 5 feet 8, inches lglh, about 40 years of flict, which, from idle agitalions, grow into tempest, and Whips, nwuted, gilt, plated and ivor. a ..r.e assort- tte, a cai co f'ocka ne q ,es a"n stockings. Thh
It is believed, that every honest and intelligent man age; ltad on', when eomiitted, fur hat, blue cloth coat, i when they do no worse; make us discontented with our- me of bword and o'ler C11, elegt (.h ae owner' of tle abaoe described negro is desired to come
will be struck with the falsehood and absurdity of the Iean vest, drab cloth trousers, cotton shirt, woollen e' seselves, and bring representative government into disre- L_.king Gl sses,Mahiogany a[d l'iue do hlr,'e Drressi. "a:r'd ".rove "ropety, pay charges", and take netr
charges atrought by the "Radical" against Mr. Calhoun. socks, and coarse shoes. His clothes are much worn; says, pute every where, ditto, from three to e.ue )aw, i, a ffrent aw erse ie discharged ace i-t
bWhat are his motivesin bringing them forward is not for that he belongs to Mr. George Clarke, near Leonard- G. M. T.OUP. Oder sorts, a large and brilliant aI,,Fun.i of Milita;y law. S. C. L.EAK1N, i,
IL to say; but, whether it be his intention to delude the town, St. Mary's County, Md. The owner of the above Which was read, with the accompanying docu- Articles, conslang of pistols, elegr., F, Ht scabbards, a -w4v of Ialdincre Co nty.
pulic, or whether he himself is deluded, is of little im- described negro is requested to come and prove him and ments : and, on motion, the documents were or- cu! and thrt t swords, g91l, pia.ed, and sa.ee! seaabalded
pu>liace, as the efifets are the same. It is not doubted take him away, or he will be sold tor lus jail fees, and dered to be laid the table the bal f the dirt,, fine goe and.l g,_.-pimles, line g, <. l d glt SHERIFF'S SALE.
that thl.re are some honest individuals, who suppose, be- other expenses, as the law directs. "ce o wings, dlv-r ad plated .',, ulver aud ': Y virtue of tv. > wu *'s o"f ,Iq ri :"t is, ", m de-ente
case Mr. Calhoun thinks with rapidity, that he does not C. TIPPETT, for session- eas 53-Nays 17. plated lace; gold :,nd suu, ccrd.g, 10 ahd silver taSels, .. o"t of rn Geor,1 s ,,u .ity Coit'. ", ,ll be a
tlhinkwith depth and accuracy; becausehe is fearless of TI'NCH RLNGGOLD, eagles, stars, aii.hors, ad buttons; co,:kades ol a supii o.ru .l l pti,, ...I,:, 0n:1 ;.,-j a t,;. 29tii, ; ;,,., i,. ;] :he
responsibility, ttnt he has not that regard to the popu. jan 6-w-t Marshal. A writer of the present day asserts that th rior kind. pr. p i- "',s e l o'cl'.L-k i5. ;;r c'.:,;, : lar feeling, which is necessary m our country ; and, be- ,p le of A Y '', e Genuine Frenlt aech n, I",dp" ish ..un erv, c, lin f .* .. r, o; Henr, i.! rP,, ; in o,,1 i, ', ',,
cause he is governed in his views of the policy of the CONSTABLE'S SALE. people o America make a greater display of ti- fi,st a cl ,,n, co,.,d qt-,i, .. c,:!,.;r, n, L:\ir,- o par." !- .". ,.r: !.,,, e;.lhd c ).ntum an,> Qu 2nec
country by a reference to its future and permanent inte. 1 Y virtue of wo writs offi. fa. issued by Josias Young, tles than those of anly other country. WhVheth(er ney, nulk of r(,s(e,. ,!nd h*. nter w,( :', Maca *a,', \wiihih 5 n:il,. ir liii.,]en:,!u;.; i,, i*:n.'e tne..or.e's Coun
rests, thai lhe is unmindful of th'.; principles of economy, *Il Esq. a Jlustice of the Peace for Prinee George's this be true 0or not, we certainly render ourselves Russia>, Aut.que, and t (>,.a',llt e.ls; ;Napltes harLvii;s soa. 1t.', i;,'i:,,h.' o' i.' c
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But I am perf.ctlvy confident of the position, that a refe- County, Maryland, and to me directed, 1 will offer at very ridiculous by the love we evince for theu in I n pot ; vegetable ro,-, >cl dao with rieiv el t'izd aall.! -en is the r.'p-rtv ,r !;!:NRY r)'o;i
rence to his whole political life will establish thile fact, Public Sale, on the premises, part of a tract of landing U. S. Gaz ,her arti les, too t`d(;" lo -;e;t i ,:. HAlNKs, and will he seold t,, .::i.;i!" debt( s \dur S..;ono.,
that Ihe is equally distinguished for accuracy and in said county, called Leith. seized and taken as ;h, t e Gt Clocks W\atclas, ewclr\, and sitvc ,vre iepair- Grov.a anl Edwird 11rn-)
promptitude; for fearlessness of responsibility, and for property of JOHN S. SELBY, and sold to satisfy debts On Monday, the 22y Dec. it was reported at Charle s d ant H-re hortes no"ce ai, bovce, *f.A ( 'sn
a due regard to those fixed traits in the American cha- due William Sansbury ton, that Thomlas M'Williamn, Esq. h]ad been killed 'in e Sait f 4ric <" I
racter on which all wise legislation must be built; for Sale to commence at 12 o'clock on Saturday the 24th duel at Hlog Island, ad soon afterwards his bodt ..ss, I dec 4-.wS:l
true economy, and tfor that provident forecast of the fu- January, inst. brought over when an inquest was he!,t before the t c' /f\'/' ( -J" ''' ;bove s.l, i.. p..,> pn, ';o :i 1
turr-, .;,e ilc has ever characterized him. In fact, this JOHN SMITII, Constable. ner, the res1lr ofwwhich was, tht fhile jury gave t verdt b 8 /.Vis 0 .X
vev.: f.recst i, in him one of the strong causes why he Nottingham, Jan. 1,1824 jan 6-St of-Murlder, by some person or persons unknown,.--.. r..vpr d,, s:rii> "d this ',1 '"









SI .- ,1 t ; t ;ni. c ,. t t 1 1 i eit.b e r, '8 1- .-.'.]! a tt I!its s l- .- .a l I CGo iii rl o c c a sio n e d fo rm id aL le e x p e n se in re so r ti n g- ta "-2 c" r 0 0 n ,Il ie s ; ,1 c oG u r'n 1 n oi biig e i n to p n :. m e p a ; [O "0.-'I.1";- ..II_--. _." '. "
S..e.,.ez C(,I l'(''Tess per 1' l ;i hil, to jo,;; l e1 a rml v, ti n C trial. The cl~i :a,,t brlti gs a patenrt h is hand, anis. th's tent alal..m if heh lls, ;o moake lih:n pal Iriple h d,i;::- -1 : .. r .. *, '* -if, .` '-6 '-3;_.j
E I G H T E E X II C O N G 1 il 8 i coidu c hI -, .e sI :e of 'iof 'kcI n ,in ',ill \ ;ia, 'w e e has prima t',v,ee evidence ur the valhdhty ot' Ils rip h; ; !,e. .. s. :,nl e,,ts or'suil, ;s place an ari]Ay .fa e lls a;lt. i [ \. / ."s..iI l\. _,--,-"..t ( J ^.' i. ,
I ;"'* I !;':i "cfS nw ait ,'d [.i ,. C' I AiN...ll fell, ,,n the '2 71 1 asks, perhaps, 1 ll, eight or 1 1n do'bl :rs tor tl e ., ::, 1,_ ; *h, w a '. t oa t ut ,i, IP m ost cr s es., eilf c ti', "I eii; ;li-
," ': ..,,, ','2, m the hla" :,fl' ,' or, .1., ling tl '.: i atlles 1 who w eH i would not rather p:,y that sumn than i nll tl'i. ::sl, o' I id:]i (,;'p i.te ts 'firom bein: (. e..ereonil.(-, d. 'J. :. @ I',:- l
MIONDAY, JANUARY 5, 18.24. hi, Oi...l;i : ..-. I:.ls de:ri a.s .a iailI rn!i',. ;-' t-.'rne. ; [c travellingone or two hundred miles, to thie tCircrti Coii, not to L. i I1e p!'!ctlc ope-rAtt.n of latw mi, this snbi.- '. TiW D^V J ^' Y V I' 1 24.
ho i li an orp hlan dakl. tit'tr tn tl!e 'Ta tit,l : ,Ll. i to th e or'j- tak i 1 % Itnesses w ith hini atthe risk, ifl i d fails, of !i..IiV n -' l I .% k lefth;ls it n ow slain s, \i i illhe ja e e l's '" -. .......
N S E N A' F E T ti ;',(,i n'll scofh nlrc A dr I 'r crest edness, even to ct ree trc blc dam agcsto p)a at dl, it tins bill passes, costs to fl ot? Ia," Iiury ? _- one at a!I. !- ,i e.:. his ,, e't is iod i --..-- .--- -. --- .
1 l-s;[!es', \Vas ad st::i.;;g 'iisned ti- ; Ilongi h his, other q[ali- ite could sculd scarce conceive o fa measure better Ilrudc ted an; iid v ,ille n dL >I, Wpar.; ll hIIaS Ito sdi io i0',i r tI 1 s-L V I T r i leac| fr t r" re
A conim nnication from the Secretary of th e T treasury, ties. I elice, fo r hi s longt iil 1npor10' al. t S t ]'vici's, ;a ti to cli ie designing- m en to roan : tt large and p rfal i- pon I 't b lisl t!lha tfact, \\ ill aim'i :i a1soI' b e, ;" ei1'L ( i, "
accompanied by tle "annual statements o' l ls he tinOuic,"'I thic ,xp Ii sta .1tencltin-i;_ t e s ;;h1S, lie seeIle s nei.sl'r to tlie c;)ie o n:l)i l lie thought, Lbr hts's part, that til! I l a a bel f'ii ? (' an h vli- n tl tin :iicr!'!,l'i {' ,.' ;. ,ill] hIs p.';- pl I!Cllc lIlhta iii ru i has !)eei']t a a] ca.it misappre-
concerns of the nation, was received and ra,.i ; and, on have kp't an l ccotnLt, o, r .A0 ,L- e recIeived any alliances was akraalte iiard cheelkIl. It giave altady enorilions ad. e tent thne vcrdus al I tnn.verdct't has cooil I n it B l' s bill sb i l',llSltl, copied l ron )I;!eS'-r(! icktow0 n I aperr
m o t i on n o f M r S M I I 'l l i t w a s o r d e r e d t h a t 1 5 0 0 c o p i e s b e e x c e p t a s m a l i ls n o w hici h ) e r e a f t c r a m o r e p a r i c t l N a n t g t' s t o t h e p na ttnt e e ev e r, hi s o p p o n e n t ," a d i ct" S I ec o mi e s a la w i t w i l l ,Ig o 1'o r t h tI l i ou '. i l li. t,.,' r t, ,.)o i l ;;Vtt i('al L !] i. >-e.,e r,, .' .:e i aternt
pri:,ted for the use of the Senate. far reference \vil !)e madc. [ we;,t.- to be sup. radded, it destroyed ;.ll prospect of" s eI- let loose0 nnSC i ipled iprctet.,l rs to I 's.o r, 1 ot-e wIichh l'e ;.i(> ;;ul Ci'.-. p ;,]ke C n, ,! V(1.,nl,!'*;d
In p ursu ancue of notice g iven on F rid ay last, and after T l ihe father dead lI ns onlyv child an infant and an or- c-ses 'ui cont est. C us Ls, it iliiLS b e rereniher e a -. in '; c o niuii: i y l e \, as ve ry Solr it had .s l ot I to f lo- ., I I I i1, .
some explanatory remarks, Mr. HOLMES, of Maine, pi,an-and the prandtatlier," Hlenry Laurc s, in captv \' :. their ll stere, ver indeterminate: their amount n ign h i i di]'ed r ie op11) ion liioni the ho r rbe menliey fron Mas- th oi d, \te' -1) l"l '-'o(:t le 'h' "', el ,-int **- '
asked and obtain ed leave to introduce a bill the beter to in Enxtand- there was no Ol lo ass! rt h ir cl:.i,s, crcIse to sucl a sum as would rum a man. To be s,,re, sacni'ie s, f'r \\ hose options no in;' che:isheej a more not :'(:3(1 1I1 l, ,' 11 :) j;.]te.i b .cause each
secure the accountability of public officer. T'lie bill was Evlentnall;, the pandlfather returncd 'roin E1llrope, the amendment nowo re reported makes tthe hill better, so 1 pri o'..1,, r speci;, but h,- had cen1ep. reIu]ia. l-v unr( d by N 'lc ,ii,"r l d been fll:I];-h-l v.0ik a lpr'iqteii )opy-
read twice, and referred to tie Committee on Finance. and, in '84, as tlhe guardian of tile child, prIsintei her, I .,r as it goes : but, even under tlhe bill, as amended, it a a s,' ns. o'diltv to oppose .a b!l] which1 hoe conceived to : (o i. ;i.t!Il fur rile saille ti';l-;I,, it was no[ firdered
Mr. BARBOUR presented the petition of'certain tour. case to Coiigress, who came to 111c iollo\iK resolution : ptentee does toit nbltin a verdici tor ;- dollars, he gets be caught \\'lh :..".., i
chants and underwriters of Alexandria, stating that pro- Resolved, That, in settling c :ie accounts of'" tiee late hiis costs also allowed hiini, because lripl! the ve'diet runs i.,r. 'CLA K' I Yolk, then moved i O e nrI t ln'i e 1o ,r it 1 b i'.i ., I e")rd'
perry belonging to them was captured by tle French, Lieut. Col. John LarLens, as special M nister to tile Court over l',.0dol rs,a d brings hi wit in t e pro ws s f "Tait ehind trih~s bill. ee:tnin the provisions t tle 1 I I I I e e;Led a''_' 11 rer .) i Je p 'i ", I 1-
previouis totile year 1800, and that their claim on the of Versailles, Ili be allowed tile same pay that was w iae9 the it ile oill. Is it not proper, askeu,- Anr. B. tlati tie pretend- Ilo t le Conl.,it!ce oni lhIl d diciarv, wl it i\sNr ions to res|Pect v, :kl; i n !(ided to tle :bj,-ct of" thie ineaho-
French government was surrendered by the Convention at this period to the Ministers Plenitpotcntiary of tlle U- i ed patentee shall first be lnade to e Stablishl nis ]. be in.jire hlt,; ,hlie expei,,dienm.6 0 I" I so) nmich ofthe 'i.! or tl. Stoutrce \vellllce it .jrocecdIi.
of 1800, and praving cemptensalion for the same. Ite:fer- nitd St.c.d aties at Vorei In Courts,, ... fit'. Ie, titime of1 .i ft, eh is .. op.p oIlert ist l'rettel)ed %vit. tri..e e s ;a, ill \.I. i[p) it ij.e sulijr.ct of' I 'e A t 4.... nis, ,as pro-
red to tile Coinilttee onil Foreign Relations. ointment to tlatt embassy, until his return ; and that \ costs ? Ilr though ht llie law sli0o'.id ait least I -..1, uIial- rides ior tdse rlo every ,titl e (eirnares iu snihs Iron lht Tilt' Spisurtt, rerie,' ai"li ("!il('S; 'at tli e exists
Mr. LLOYD, of Massatchusetts, submitted the follow- I the balance remaining( dnile fo hia services as Minister, ts otted ; for himself, he fl elt nore disposed to cu tail than b [):im'iniees for such violahoio, and that wh!.re uiMz'- in- '.''e-.'-se ally law, tlll hoir'rili' )'iics til llri-
in' resolution for consideration : i to exte 'dil. )rjnl shall pass for d;fI' nd.i:n, or m]:e pnti'becm e r -
"A~esolvel, That tile Committee on Roads and Canals This resolution was not acted upon till '90. The ac- I Mr. LI, EIlMORE said, tl atat, at first, lie had vicwdd non-sn;', or sni, 'er discouniinannc the dcfieda!"nt shlIl l:"tc ciarlwidates for til S^e wis Lre. V' e refer
be instructed to inquire into the expediecwy of'request- counts of the father, Col. Lauirens, in bothl characters, [ tile object and provisions of llie present bill as proper recover douiihe: costs tllie edilor to Its 0wl collins, il tile month of
ins tile 'resident to case a survey to be made by some as Colonel and u s Minister, were settled. But it is ob- and expedient; but, on ttfardlirl' renieclion, lle lhadad s,:en Tl'r,c nuotio\i was as'reed to, and tile bill recommItted J,-trl 1O- July last', (as 'C ell as N\e recollect.) for
duly qualified officer or officers of tle Enggineer or Topo- jectedby hisle-gat representative, the petitione, {w ho areas % to alter that opli onl. He lloughlt, however, t';al accordingly, t e ;il)'icailoll \ld wL hve h etoi'ore referred
graphical Corps, of the best route for opening a naviga- intermarried with Frances Eleanor Laurens, ti only e tile fault of the systemdid not lie so much in Ilhal lt'.alue I'llie engrossed bill, apprpriftbni" a '::rnm of winu/fi.I to. T [, j\'ie,, .n.poses as a, posi'.e solution,
b le c o m m u n ic atio n b e tw e e n B liz z a rd 's nay a n d B 3a rn sta c h ild o f C o lo n e l J o h n L a u 'e n s) a n d ill t Il e o p in io n o f o f it w h ich a llo w e d c o sts N1 h e re d a nl igi es o ve r 0 0 d o lla r 's M te relief of Jien ji inM 1 H u f 'I)M i, w a s r .A d aI th ird l i n',c ,el "h, .( I jI[' *, Ic' oi e **j e t that
ble Bay, and to report on the practicability of construct- i the committee, justly-that, in tLiu settlement, no allow w Iere obtained, but Ii that which pre\ i;u>lyv allowed tlhe VA'sF v, and sent othle Senate for concurrence. c difloi t ,
ing'a canal through the isthmus which separates the said ] ance was made for the expenses of Col Lauirens while verdict of tlhe jury to be tripled. %hy should not suit- The engrossed bill loprovilde /r lle opening ai ltd e'aT'i a" / IT-"'" rconmi tlittiol, li lihe shape- o(i a. bill, to the
Bays, ofsufficiet depth and size to admit vessels of war J on his foreign mission, although, at that time, ?to ad\an- ors niner Ilie pa Itent law e.\) placed on ildic se footing.' out a ad from .M1enphts, in "'Tevnnusee, to Lilt/e Htoc', in ItL!,cislal t1re ton pass ;I law, ws prc li;]ed t,> be
to pass the same, on the obstacles thereto, and th=! esti- | ces beingT m'ade our foreign ninistes as an outfit, it was viln other suiurs? 'T'iie alteration lIe wished to prevad llthe Territory yi']qr,.'.anvas, was read a third time. \w of '1unesse.i.'n l'ii 10 be sr,, is pS-
nated expense thereof, and on the benefits that would i the usage of the gnoverinent to pay their expenses ; aud I as te rep, al tile treble da nages and allow costs in all Mr. l SSE I 'T rose and said, that, as several hiil's on iblI, ; but, i. fi L ^fact, we ve.' Iture to sa' {t wa
testlt to the public interests in time of war, and to the \ more especially, too, as Congguess hid expressly directed cases. Vu. if it sioulit be deemed improper lo alter this sibtect were bwaeso the lhose, he wisbed thai' op-
domestic or coasting trade of the United States,_in time that, in the adjustment of tlle account, hIs compeInsa- that provision, then he thoughtl l that costs should be fit- portnii\,t mip'ht be afforded, to those who lave cLitu- so p-l'lihe I" mislead r. ai.rs in tie ,ctatef
ofpeace, firom tile c I,, .i.:t'.:... .f -ucl a carrel : which, thoiishouijbe ie sameasothatof otber minsiers. rale *i n .'e lle ano in* was *;' ^100 thai o1 er *lena] objections ". o.. l on then si[),jec at all, to discuss ] iellnessre, a vcl! as nursc'eS. A.ld, even
after the completion' o! ,I I. ill:,. ,I.. anrd Deiaware, No accuunt having been/kept by Colonel LaLurens n ,f that ss,1. If'a verdict was obtained IotSl0 and tripled, the general principle before g'oingE IoLO 'he dcl,.;S. ; ,!iol>!l (tle til t f uIll uOL as he t iipp.ses, the tdlitor
annd aariton Canals, would extend an inland water corn- lis expenses, tle Committee have, ot'cuursf, no certain tle addition"l S iu was not likely to be noughl olve' the neral-lnfi-arsnesa etseswhtommittheam on it'ssey p dee ri l\ onjly establish ta lie was violentlydenounc-
miunication fromn Albemarle Sound to Massachusetts B ay, da-tia by which to ascer-taini tlheamount; in tih absence of l tile costs. lie wished to see tile whole system placed had been reported for esliia'ics and survey S, &c.-and, I *. (** ursIn ,foi *it*tt inctli
passing in its progress tIhrough the territory or along tile wlhich, they ave been compelled to resort !o other ,1r-i under the Committee on tlhe Judciary to be remodelled; in od to.h" await a decsio on that bill, le movel j caucl' 0' f *. o t t i.: jnonent iew
borders often of-thtl Ath:ntic States." cumstances, -or the purpose of arrivilngiaf a s, aldsfactory he would also give the state courts concurrent jyiisdic- to lay this billon ithe table, with an intention that it i recomilltllllg catrcu'sirg 01 *n) other sort, Ia .
Mr. HOLMES, of Mlaiue, submitted tile following reso. result. These are, 1st, That it is in Iprooi ,oloncl Lau. i ttohe Vwlth those of the United States, in cases under tthe should not be called up until after tlle general billshoulf' in ll more objectionable lorin.
lutiois for consi aeration : relis paid his ownexpense", as well .as hose oi'ins suite. I Patentl.a, be acted upon. --a-s-----u-- --
"2nsolverd, That-the Secretary of State be directed to 2dly, He took tip, at Nantes, O,1 the credit olo'ilis father, 1 Mr. WE'BST.ER, in reply to Mr. BUCHANAN, said, This motion was negativcd, ayes 76. LEGISLATURE OF KENTUCiK!Y.
cport to tlhe Senate, by the first day 0'February next, a 1000 sterjing-, equal lo $',444 44. 3d!I. 11:. I,,ceivcd j that hle ftlt no particular anxiety on tle subject of M,.FLOYD, of Virginia, rose and inquired whether ---
all suchilaws as will expire before thie second week in frit Dr. F r.amnklin, thle then" r..s l...ni .1- ste, ti Frauce, ; thi s bill; bull, .avwig c harg- ot tlie'bill, it seene' proper anp part of this road was to pass through tlhe stale of'f'en Thle followinr-,resolultiolis tave pa-.~, *!.e 1otItC
-lihe next session of Congress. $2,171 42; and, 4thly, on his return 1.0 tile Uited l States, ; of hIfi to say suy'iethingcin its defence. The House would nessee, or vh-ther the wi ole of it lay exclusively in Axi.r- of n of t sa ', by
"Resolved, That the Secretary of St$t7 be directed to he received, at Boston, where he landed, S 720 from the. rel ollcet, lie said, that this wlitole case of patents is ta- k-ansas ? His vote would entirely depend upon the an- ,
report to the Senate, on the first week in each session, Superintendent of Finance, 'o enaule hin to join tll' .ar- ken, by tile law, out of the bands of the State Courts, swer to this question. [After it'was answered, that no a considerable majority, andi ace expecLc Ill lik.e
,ll sncli laws as will expire before the second week in my before York-Town, in Virgiina. lHie commitr'.e, the jurisdiction over it being c.'clui,'lvely reserved to the part of the road would pass througIh tile state of TeiuIes- manner to pass tlhe Senate :
lle next succeeding session." therefore, have assumed these su.,s, as fiirnisliog the I Courts of the United States. "hl'e power of legislating see, Mr. F. said lie had then no objection to the bill.] 'esolved, by the Legislature of the Common-nweailh of
Mr. LOWRIE presented a memorial of the Chamber of probable amount uf his e:qpenses; ;i wltch they iav- the i on otils subject is taken lfront the States y the.Loistisu- Mr. ALLEEN, of Tennessee, advocated the bill, as it Kentuicky, T'at they do leireyv morio sclcmn)y -,,est,
Commerce of the city of" Piladelphia, praying the es- more readily acquiesced, as ;r was abon equal to the j tion of the United States. And, at tins ', ie of day, and would be a saving of' more than n' r or file hundred ill the nanic ailt o- tl._' .... *l" ie .'*o;) ,i;.' of
:ablislimentof an uniform system of Bankruptcy. Re- sum, in proportion to the time, allowed Silas D,-ane, a before this Assembly, Mr. W. said he h.e.c ,1t1 argttC miles to; emigrants, il r-,nchihg tn.l.- '-* l,;ofi'nt.i territory, ctei kv, *ag 'k"- '. t ". .I ,trs, -.,". ', ,..I" .d-1-
tered to the Commmittee on the Judiciary. contemporary minister at that court, for his expenses, that the righIt of the inventor is a h1ighl proierLy; it is thle and thus facilitate greatly) tile setlien,eloi ot tile public i"s dccu'iu^ 01 tl'e .;r,,1.i u.'ili' n {.:or' n le
Mr. F1NDLAY presented *ihe memorial of sundry citi n The clain for S 0l 1 85, results !rom tile. improper fruit of lis n nId- it belongs to Inn1 n1 ore tihan any otner lands. It was no new precedent, but had frequent tly east of iiF.1 ,*'. n i .
zens ofthe city and county of Philadelphia, praying a re application of the scale of d epreciation to tile Item for property lie does not inherit it- he takes it by no been done for territori,:s less insulated than Arkansas. cae bo if ,i rtl,- :" reseved, "'bAt tis L ,"Usl itA;e oiiglht,
vision of the 'i'arifT. Referred to the Committee on Com- ratios, in tie military account o, Colonel Laurens; who, man's gift-it peculiarly belongs to hitn, and he ought to Mr. CONWAY stated the facts ;f the case. Meinpiiis as the il r stLleasure to ai(,.'(o tll(eoppres,,', :I.l'e! d ro'rVd;a-
merce and Manufactures. unconnected with any slate regiment, would be depriv- be protected in the enjoyment ot it. Precisely as tile is sitlated on tile East bank of' Alisssiss .pi river, ;n the lion inflicted, by t .e optii'io, up,'i th. s ,e el'K eno
Mr. SMITH presented the petition of John Stiles, ex- cd oftthe compensation whhicil his brouihofr officers re- ars advance,o Mr. W went on to s say, does property oi Southwest corner of "!.IK 'state of 'Telnnessee, at the point tucky to present to tile uConlress L. *i .ited latcs
ecutor on the estate of George Stiles, praying compen- ceived, if' it be not awarded by Congress; and, therefore, this description become valuable : where the icicstl ma on the river commonly denominated tll e1ower ClCka.l- teu'pe-te bur lim re- nil -)Il:.,c Ig..-: Cis Loc' lies,
station for a vessel sunk in the harbor of Baltimore during'il the cohmitttee deemed it reasoable to ,lo.v it ThIe chinery is il operation, it is tWere that the iinproveminents saw Bluffrs No part of the road, therefore, couLd gu 'and therehi Zo ca'lu')on the nui: o :,'ira it?. ,'o v/ the siale
the late war. Referred to the Committee on the Judi- claim bfr [S104 70 is obviously jus as it arises from an of inventors are in the highest esunmation-and with through Tennessee, unless it was made purposely retro e its-ublican foi rmof y',overtwnei:, and i& c. --iqui so le-
ciarv. omission In extending and aadigp up the account, regard to those branches or industry which have grade to effect that object. To snci% that the present r,'intwith ilie 'itrttj, which cni us,-' tbis Iii~h and
M.ir. SMITH, from the Committee on Finance, report Uniting these two sums wiith his diplomatic expenses, been most successful il this country, they are more was no novel application to Congress, Air. CON'WAY re- aIisu to requestConiress there, 'so 'o oir-anie/.-,: Su-
ed the bill for the relief of William Bartlett and others, produces an amount of' :57,542 41, which, wNvth iit rest, indebted to tile ingenuity of invent.'rs-to tile power feared to a series facts naking- appropritions fir similar pre'me Court of'the United StLtes, that no c(ntittut'o'ial
without amendment. at five per cent. trom tile fifth SepLemnher, 1781, the of mindd i the improvements ol machinery, than to objects. In 1806, S 6400 was g' nted borta road from question groving 'out of the CCnstitution oI t;I- Ii't"d
Mr KELLY presepitedthe petition of Charles Pairo, day of his return from Europe, is equal to $23,500. In another species of aid which they have received from the frontier of Georgia toward New Orleans, in the `1st S'ates, o'the Constitution oi'either oftthe States, t,,olv-
and also, the petition of Lewis Judson and Philip H. Ho- allowing the charge for interest, froom the above period, time to time. It is to encourage these inventions degree of nurth latitude, W 6u00 was grated the sane in, ,the val`dityof slate laws, be decid.-d by sa`d court
bart, respecting titles to certain tracts of land. Referred the committee have been guided by the resolution of that our patent laws are designed. Is it any year for it road troin tile Mississippi to Llli Ohio, $ 6000, unless two-thirds of*'ll the members belong-i,, to said
to the Committee on Public Lands. Congress above referred to, and the report on which it answer to tins argument ,n their tavur, that impositions for another from Nashville io Natchez. Court shall concur in said decision. .
Mr KING, of Alabama, submitted the following reso- was founded, which directs, that the child of Colonel are sometimes practiced under cover of tiles. laws ? Is In 1811, $6,000 was .,ppropriated ibr two roads to the
lotion for consideration : I Laurens should receive whatever was, in equity and jus- It not so with every thing else ? \W'ith regard to land, south of Lake Erie. Jo 18i6, 8000 was given for a road About 40 Militiamen are to be tried at Haver-
Resolved,. That the Committee on Public Lands be tice, due tile father ; and for the further reason, that the for exampie-are there not many persons pretending LU from Shawance Town, on tie Oh1o, to Kaskaskia. hill, Mass. fol.not having*baill cartridges at a late
instructed to inquire iato the expediency ofextendingthe grandfather, in fixing the portion of the daughter of John have titles to land who really have no title? ?A re taere $10,000 liad been granted, in 1 ,16, to open a road from training 1.
provisions of the first and fourth sections of an act, passed Laurens, by Ins will, deducts therefrom the advances not as many speculations In landed property as in the Fort Hawkms, in Georgia, to Fort Stoddart, in Alauamna, .
on the 2d of March, 1821, for the relief of purchasers of made the son, of which the snm taken up by himn at property ofn mind ? And shall i tman nut recover his and another troin Columbia, -'en. to Madisonville, in Fr Ptical A e h e be lres
public lands, prior to thB 1st day of July, 1820, so as 'to Nantes is a part, with interest from the time of such ad- right to land because the world is lull of pretensions of Louisiana Forty Poetical Addesses have been presented
enable the holders of certificates (on w which an extended vances. right to land were no righi exists ? Surely not. It was He enumerated also several grants of .$4000 and 5"00, to the Mangers uf the New Orleans Theatre, for
credit has been allowed') to relinquish the same; or, by The committee, in reporting a bill directing the mo. iaid by an honorable member front the West tile other for the repair of roads in several parts of' the frontier, the premiums lately offered. They are mostly
making cash payments, to receive a deduction of thirty- ney to be paid to Francis Henderson, jun. the only day, that the People in his part of the country, did not lie was far from complaining ofl this liberality to o,.hers- front the Northern States.
seven and a halfper cent. on the amount so paid." grandchild of Colonel Laurens, has, independently of its know that there was such a thing as a Patent Office in all he .asked was a proper participation oy tthe Territory
Mr. EATON gave notice, that he should, to-morrow, fitiaess, conformed to the consent of Francis Henderson, the country, or such a clause in the Constitution as that lie represented. That territory was insulated in its situ- The 4th of July, 1823, was celebrated at Ba-
a.sk leave to introduce a bill to regulate the appointment the elder, signified by a letter from him, and amonr; ttle which relates to patent rights. Mr. W said, he did not ation; withl a population of but 50,000 white inhabitants, tavia, in the East Indies, by the Amioiciatis at
of the officers of the Senate. documents." know that on this account the House should acco)imo- it contained firom 4u to 50,000 Indians. Front various in- t.h pc wo p 'took of ~ i t a
Alf,,. LOW P19I_.,e -u" t erl that lip mh frht hbe ex ds l k r. BAMII.U.1lOU t =alrcd t:.c j ,Is Qf hi:, ciai; i'l, and Ile UIs 1 .I; l. 0. _1io.) ,-eo-ise.ly to I ".'!'t3t state of i o..... at.... i.....o*i".lt o dl&. un..eaucs si;, theu.."t ... .. a .o.ttc., i."- 4 a L that place, who _rtook of an -. n .v t -it (i II .11 at
from acting as a Member of-he Committee on 'ublie commented feelingly and eloquently upon the distin- The en'or was snotin tlie constitution or the patent las neral anticpation. of another Indian ,var, twelve or e-iht. lanket hall, and spent tle day in appropriate
Lands, in consequence of his inability to give the proper guished services which Col. Laurens had rend, red tile but in the want of' knowledge among the people, and een months hence, possibly sooner. Without such a festivities.
attention to the arduous duties of that committee. Mr. cou'OUVy. In tile appropriation of the sum named in tlhe could only be corrected by is difl\uslon. la restricting road, it would be impossible" to transport troops and mu,- ~I.
L. was discharged accordingly, and it was ordered that bill, Mr. B. said the committee hlad not estimated the in-1 ithe patented to tie recovery of lncre judicial damages, nitions of war into that l'erritory to any' effect. What 6EORGEILOWN PROPEItTY
another Memberbe appointed in his stead, terest on the moneys which were justly due a lonlg" tilne Mr. W. coininued, justice was not done to him -e they asked for, %as .s a military and post road. The /0r S'ale.
Mr. JACKSON presented the memorial of Josial Wat- since, to Col. Laurens. He thought this oug'ht i1 jus cannot sue Ior all his right at once, because the violations United States oWnVed within that territory, more than I aWILT sel!, uo f one, r f
son and wife,the aged parents ofthelate Lieut. Watson, tice, to be added to the amount to be granted-aIId, by whichi he is depr.vId of it are numerous. Suppose toltera millions of acres of" land, which could not come ershe tlwg auabie pro p Hety, witon
of the Navy, statingthat they are aged and infirm, and, therefore, moved that the sum of $s-23,500 be stricken \" were to compel a man, in suing for hand, to sue fsr to a market or warn ot a lsoad to reet to it. He had, be lo frot g' feet u Bridge street p te wth re-
front misfortunes have been reduced to poverty ; that out from the bill, and the sum of' $26,700 inserted in its it acre by acre-lie might get his land, indeed, but lie sides, been informed both by the Secretary of War and sid-nce of Col. Ma'bary, and running back 120 feet.
their late deceased son was the only prop of their de- stead. would be ruined by the process of recovery. It was be- the Quarteriiiaster Gener.Li, that the dehLa ofn mails to and There is a two.stor Brick and a Frame Dwelling House
lining years, and part of his pay theii only support ; by Ihe allowance of interest was opposed by Messrs. cause the particular injury in the case-of the ,violtioL oi ftrom tile territory was so great that no returns had beenupon the above mentioned lot. Also, two lots .upon
his death, they are reduced to want,; that thuy ;now LANMAN, 1IOLMES, of Maine, MACON, and VAN a patent right was small, and the expense ofredressmg it received in proper time, it' at all; the proposed road Irsectstreteach of thee oneoo
throw themselves upon the humanity of that country, in B UREN, on thb; ground that the claim lhad not been be- grea8 ttht the provision of this billappeared to Le ex- would remove this evil, and tacihltate the communication them running back 120, tle other 99 feet. Also, one
whose service their son died, and pray to be provided fore presented, and that the same principle which had pedient A redress oftthe actual injury was not sufficient withl Government. lot upon Frederick street, fronting 144 feet, with a suffi-
ior, in the same manner that other persons have been, been adopted in the settlement of other claims, of'a simi- in1 this class ofecases-if the penalty for the violation ,u as Mr. ISACKS, of Ten. advocated the bill at consider- eiency or" b g d a t i r
whose sons have died in the naval service. Referred to lar nature, should be preserved in this case. not sufficient toact in terrorem, it was nothing. Do not able length, dwelling on the facilities it would furnish to Any peson or persons wishing to purchase the above
the Committee on Pensions. The question having been divided, the motion for all penal statutes, Mr. W. asked, go o elite ground, that emigration, and to tie protection of tie territory, on the ,netioned property, ir any part ofit, may obtain further
AMr, HAYNE presented the petition of'Napier, Rapelye, esnikg sing ii i23,500 prevailed ; but, before the. question damages are not only to he givenilto indemnity a suitor, importance of the territory, as a part of our frontier .b. iII ap yno r tds !
and Bennett, merchants, of Charleston, S. C. proig was taken on inserting ihe "sum proposed by Mr. BAR- er in a particular case, but to such an amount as to deter. toward Texas, and tlhe pohcy of obtaining for ita sub- '' to .hSue F stdeer, Wash
that certain duties paid by them, may -be refunded. Re- BOUR, tlke bill was ordered, on motion of Mr. VAN BU- others froom doing tile like ? The.arg-iment ot tile gen- stantial and speedy population B ink- o C1 o Mr. John suter, F street, Wal"
ferrd tOtheCommtte on inace. inStoll City, or to the subscriber'.
feared to. the Committee o ue Finance. ree to. EN, to lie on the table, tleman from Pcnnsyivawia, besides, went too kar. It the Mr. CONWAY, perceiving tlhat some members seem- MARSHAM WARING,
The billfrom the other House,Ther the rehef offeremi- The Senate then adjourned till to-morrow, damages are awarded at five hundred dollars, as tile law ed to feel hesitation respecting tile bill, as proposing a ( Pn G o near Bla urGh.
ah Jfanninws, ofMew Jersey, was read the third umne, and ',ow stands, costs are allowed ; whilst, if the damages be road wic began its corse in Tennessee, moved to re Geoes coty leisburgh.
Iass HOUSE OF leREPRESENTATIVES. but tel dollars, tney are not allowed. Whlit justice was commit it, witll instructions so to amend the bill, as to
Tilebills, which originated in the Senat,for the re- Mr. WILLIAMS, from.the Cormntiltee ofulaims, made there in this ? Where an action is brought to recover provide iot tlie road's commcincing within the territory NOTICE.
lief qf Samuel Gilbert, and for the reliC'of Jo siah -dook, had U'U -T e d u oIn Ie tm o
t.ie nd readrin. e t an unfavorable report on the ltition of Joseph Janney, damages tforthe use of an llwintvion or imiproe nmnt in of Arkansas, at a point on the west bank of the -Mis-. "URSUANT to adj:ur:. e, meeting of the Citi-
theirbseclnd reading. .twhich /A he ly ic was laid oi the table. machinery, thi e common rule is, to settle the saount of sissipli, opposite to MemNphis. _r zens of Washington will be held this evenimrg, at
TIae billsatrom the other House, foratherat ,!o, nf I Ai Mr. LITTLE, from tile Committee on Pensions and damages at the sale price of the article; and one of the in- Mr. TtJ\IM11LE, hougul that there was no necessity a olciock, at the City Hall, to complete the arrange-
liam Kendala, .r the relief of oSah Chitcwood, and fjm' Revolutionary Claims, made an untavorable report on jlurious consequences to defednCauLs themselws, trolni for this, if a better road, and cheaper, mihlit be obtain- me'ts entered into on the subject of the condition of
the relief certain distillera t the county oferk, i the petition of"lichard G. iMorris, winch was referred to the present state of the law, is, that tile. Juries give as Cd by passing tor a few ,lAes within tile state of Ten- Iie Poor.
state of Pennsylvania, were severally read the second a committee-of tile whole Honse much damnages as will carry the costs,.efit could assure nessee. While up, he would remark, that many of the JOHN N. MOULDER,
tine, and appropriately referred. Mr. LITTLE, from the sane committee, reported a the gentleman Iho"I Pennsylvania, whatever nughit be inhabitants o( the territory of Arkansas catle witlhn our jan 6- S.-cretary.
The amendment made in the other IIH e, to the hill bill Ar the relbf o/" .Mary James, which was twice read 'idni'l other parts of tile country, there was no right jurisdiction, solely by tile treaty which ceded Louisiana
to relieve certainpersons fron prison, was t eed to and committed, which all independent jnry of the part of tile cuuLi''ry to the United States; these had certainly a strong' claim CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. .
The resolution proposed on Friday by Mr. SMITH, Mr. WEBSTER, from tlle Committee on the Judicia- in which hle resided would protect with more cer- oi us fir protection. They were exposed to peculiar f" OFFER, for sale, lhf property now ,'ciLpled by Dr.
respecting the expediency of exploring the country be- ry, to whom was recommitted a bill concerning costs in tainty or vigilance, than the patent right. In a clear danger from ilhe great accumulation of IndtIas within JB. Hambleton, of the United States' Navy. It is situa.
viween the Allegoeny and eusquehannf rivers witll a cctaia cases, reported tile sane, witih the amendment casse where the intention to deprive tle inventor of that territory since it became U. State' property, which' ted near lle Marine Barracks, and eonsi, s of lots No.
view to'the connection ot those riversby a canal, was directed by the instructions of tle House, (viz. the sub- tle benefit of Iis patent was obvious, tlhe jury would, in was produced by the wise policy pursued by ourgovern-I8, 1V), 20, and part of 21, in square NL. 904, aeeab:e
again read, and. on motion ot Mr-. SMITH, aid on the siitntion of, 100 in place of $30, as the minimum ofdai- aldoust any case, give damages to tle fill) anloult of five Io'nt ill other parts of tile frontier in separating tile to the recorded plan of' the City of WVasington. ";,!e
Tale. r s o .. ri by M r e' Nages awarded by a jury, on wlihich costs should be ul- hundred dollars. This bill, therefore, would, inlltis re. tribes froin each othel'. In Arkansas they were now in mprovemenis tire ai, excellent brick dwelltmn; and
Th'e resolution submitted on riday by Mr. NOBLh loe.) sp)cct, be beneficial to the defendants tlhenselve; Oil a itea orsure concenltrated, and being withal much dissa- other necessary out houses, the whole property well ie.
instructing an inquiry into the expediency of ainendhng The question being on ordering the bill to bee part of patentees, there were so many things to be tislied, there was some prospect of war. 5000 Chero- closed.
ie acet, entitled n an act to lay out the road __d ^. ^ ^ ^ ,,g. ro verL- lor instance, (hat the invention is new, t il is kees arc to be added to thenr numbers n tlt spring.- Also, 18 acres of land on the tbrilike rteaol leading
o as to providetllhat the said road may be laiaoutthrougn .. WEBSTER.said, tat, o the introduction of lllis useful, thiat t.e specification is accurate, &c.---I much ShouIld -. war brcak out, tlhe neceesl for tlhe road was -r-m Washington <-ity to Baltimore, being- a'.-1ii ,,e
Gohunmbus, ndianapo1is, and V andalia, was again read, bil to t iloue, a fewv day s ago, lie had stated thie ea- 1 icet l was required, as to throw sutlicicnt ob,;tacles in lhis.: manifest. Mr T. wa':s decided3h'tien'dly to tlhe bi mile from the turnpike Kate oult of said city, situated oil
sad agreed to. son tr proposing, ths |)ili,"lo be, thlat, thoug-h llhe law it- ; wa"y. Thle right1 "I tlhe piatente,, Mr. \W. said, n\as ,,tie : nine furthller cuu\'er.sation took place, \vhen tlhe bill 'b-e sonth side of Mlulhcat Hlhl. T1iie ahuve property
The report of the Coumit~tee on Claims, unfavorable mited thxe recovery ef costs, iu tlhe courts of the United : whmcli the :on itotio'n of tle U nitvd Slates mad authour- \v,'as recomnntteil, will be sold on the f..ll. ...,.,,- te nl Z one-t'urlh'
o the petition of Frederick WV Smitit, a Lieutenant in btatef.s, in .ce ra.--l eases, to SUlts inivolvinpan anlOliint not I[ised' an1! enjoined upon i .,.. to prolecl: llhe |.art} The ,, [ ] I b ill to th N vy wo prays e'n ui^ eato ^rmeiy eo less tiha" ;'*',. "" ,. there as a propriety of a reduction I i".i"-'edl a no security or*-r, son ,'I.'h..l ,.e, bnt t, llhe o/,enzi;.,- l:Slic r-,/,. u.. t/,e teritryel J'of nr" pure aser g ving ben.l, wvidh ap,;.,o .d .ecru'ity ant]
.0 the governm enti los while il ser viee .was taken up ofth minimum in thle ease yf soi .s bv patentees, because i' courts3 ot uth United Sta -es; and if it was reasonable Il~a 'ia l t*, was read a thu'tt timc, passed, and sent to the Se- s'* d ed ofpriva tel tobel r e l ie ;-h lu Jl pavy e t, i f.I no t
--oonsidteratin r. IKRON nafewrmrs it was supposed to be matter of necessity for the paten-1t in such case he should he entith d1lo recover costs where niate lor concurrence. sdpiaeyh-,.eeli fJiuri i
opposedth repre t of the r Gom i teen co 'rnclddb tee to snle il" the; Federal Courtsl. An honorable mere-' tlhe damages amount to one hundred dollars, then tlius '1he engrossed bill for the relief of" ,Sanmel -luiarton bat d:,y, be onecrd a: public auction, ,. P. v.!AURO'S
movin toreverse it. M RomUGGLP stifated their reasons ber had, on a former ocealmion, .suggested that thle State bil 1 ug'nt to pass: it not, it ong-'ht not to pass. was read a tlurd time, I.\ss,::,, a~nd Seui to tle Senate for ..uclion i;.,oms at 12 <.'chl.>,k, M,. App, caton to be
which governed the Committee in framing their report. Courts have jurisdiction in c'ases o, thlis description ; butl, Mr -1ANN -n repl olse, tatn one onclrr'elnce. aet h usrbr nN-l!.V
The amendment proposed by Mr. DIGhKEROiN was Mr. WV. said, if'the honorable member would retfer to the could be more disposed to ip'otect tlhe just rights ofi pa- i.'1" is bill gave rise to somec debate, which turned on jan 6-- l.-DM\V\il) COCKIK.
.- ctd n h cotcnurdi^law, he would see that tihe act of Jong'ress which crea.ics ; tenter~s tli.on lhe was ; lnor could any parsdi on elclr molre thc coustructitou oftlhe bolh[ glven bv M1..'shals entplov- I'. Mt.\ i>l, A'.ic~io..eer.
T he -bill f om the other tlo use,.fo r the re hef of'L oudon th r h r s ribes t le rein ed and' provhde s n tl e !' heartilh than he did in the sentim en is ol tlhe h o norab l : ecd to take tlhe census, a nd o n ti e ques tion w ethc r h tl- .. .. .. ,,
CaM', providing payment for a yoke of oxen taken into paene n1,ysutr tt in the Cicuict c'-out fthc Unitred' g'ontlemnan fr'om Massachusetts respecting tlie property United" States are beun fo i'r tlie DaY of then' deputtes. IN C 11A NCE lV .
the service o the United States dung the late war, was .Staes and under tha phrseef it w pr;^,, sue t wlhiclh an inventor lhas in teat which is the product of' 1' I'e person nained in tlhe bill being" suoch deputy', anod -
^ta en in ftco n tt eeo fth e w~h ot e.c Ms '. RUh E S hil w s le could "ot sue else her tha;n in thosc: courts, '"nsowugenius: yet, hehlehldit tobe apr ncip~le in legs Iuslprncipalhav ng'fadled.) Mr.t1::A CKS, otTen. Mr. October Ter m, 1 823.
stated the t'cts connected with the ease. The bdl was Mr BUCHANAN had 0bjechions to the whole bill. ladeo i, while guarding the rights of one individual, not to W IHT'1TLES-EV', of ohio, Mr. M cOY, and Mr. TUCK- Anre ,: E. T. T'lirot Thnis {4cors an "*roma
reported to t)>e Senate, without amendment, and passed What aseo he,, is til la m th cas 1"ptentees as it: i" .g-t or to impair those ot llhe rest of the connnuity. ElI, ol S. C. took part in the discussion.] A('e -1 -I.'"t l)"*~'^ s '1 tna
Loauuri l-eduing. ~~~now stands? a most extraordi'ary tits inklinn over oilier :A wvise legislator wasl bound to give eqlual protection to iThe Hou~se went unto committee of tlhe wliole, Mr. -n.ohi,*, ILles.u ips ntv t h-
TIhe bill reported by the Committee on Foreign R elat clients is made in theor'favor hy granting thenl judgunent. the rights of all. Ever since lie: passagec of llhe Patent T IA\VLOI ,n the chair, on the bill for tlle support of nlas !{ob)>rlson)"
sions, for the relief of Francis Henderson, jr. was taken forthree times tlle amount of damages awarded by a jurv. :Law under tlhe constitution, tlhe cnr'ts h'ad been opeon to Penehope Denny, mother of James Denny, late a quar- _][I s that pN'slui.-t tli theustcee, ill sihl causte,
up in committeeof tlhc whole. This bil provides for thie An wha doe th bli,^ ow beor dt I ,ue prts patentees, and the bu'dein of proof had always been east : ter g'unuer in tlle service oi tlhe United Suates.^" s hl '"^ i ere i odo h
payment, "toFrancis Henderson, jr the grandson of t0odo in fav~or of those favored individuals? To auerd ; on the violator of hIs patent. He must prove that his] The bdll gave rise to somle conversation between Mr. thin'teth day of Angust, 182,, ,.t public au.-ion, o, tlhe
hlte Lient. Col. Jl Larens of1 South Caola th costs to that triple verdict, lie would ashK, wh'etlher such 'act wasl. no violation of tlhe patent, or that tlie patent was ;3_ BAM .EL.ENG and Mr. FULLEll, of M.S. in which, pventises, thie dwelihng house ol tlhe late Tlho~mas tohcrt-
sum of 23,500 dollars, in futll for all claims of the legal a ,ntsue is right; whecther :t is politic; whether it is in itself invalid. This operated, at least in tliat part o1'1 also, Mr. HI.-.ULTON took part. s.on, on BUridg.: swreet, Gcorg,-town, to P'hilip E.. Tlht.,as,
rep es nt tie^ of C l n l L r n ,aa ins^' t n t he ,1 U n t d j ust l ie t h o u s ht it w o nld ue nei~h e,: H ic th oug h t it far tlhe U nion w h tich h e hao d tlhe h onor Io represent, as a | M r. C A M B R E L E N G w is lhed t hat tlhe su p p ort of M rs. tor th e s uni of $ ,; 0 00
States." We cannot give a better view of this subject, better to let the law remain ..s t now . F, TSm-toi
than is contained in the follow ing repo 't of the Commit- been the history3 of ttis country on the, sunjcect or patent aud the mere production of the patent was allowed to be Mr. FULILERI objected to this as being not within the "s, fbr 6.0 G 0
tee.0 on Fo'"g Rlt rions:,,, r. rights? It was kniownl to all, tl aL the pr, vitege scanted presumptive evidence iu favor of the patentee. But tiue i words of" tie law creating tlhat fund, \ lnch confined it to Lot No. 20., on Nhagar'a street, to P. )','. T1hem:;-,,


....... ............ miltar ^, ,, uu h tu by the patent law, had beeiextensvelvydetffIse l lUrooglh law wentfalrthi r: it not oolk threw tie burden of proof |tlhe wfdows aud children-- oftofficersand marines, but did 1 ,55 00
v'ose services, civil and military, occupy a. brilliant tile Union. The number of' patCn~ aCL[al issued was oni,',,1 .C(d \'hkLator,1bnt it tripled all damages agaust [not Cxtend to ffheh' Other relatives. Mr ly. 11,%, ON Lot "0. 21 iand hpoecs iAg ,qt,
na',e n the history ft eolutioK^ n, entered1 tithe arm -Nil u"1"" toe "bBe t i1 L'ia' ml :d oll0' "'.L PP l dw^ S "t"-ed o-hi olirreaivs M.fAITO ot>.. 2 n:)prvmot,5n aa0,s0et
Ui td States, as aid to tn very great; the nun .er prctuded to be enjoyed was liun. And nowv it was proposed lo go farll still, and i wished tle subject reterred for more nature cniside- ra n h yun d. a ld ll pr% o l 0
gr at ug st 7r still Im positions w ore m uluplied d l som e ze t" allow cosss in the bargain, wherever l iese d n .gles rattioo; wlvC Sn, on uSm oio ot M r. e M U l E y ....>-t o a ..., ts, o a.,: : .'a
.n August, 177,. In hissitto, spld efistricis of the Union very Large alltm'nus of mone S o ld, whentripled, amount lo $100. H.,d le rI"ttly The House adjourned. ti'c, to itlenr ,! l;,,nr,,r,, lord 00
courage and devotedness, not surpassed by an O his h b collected fro suc as w afraid it 'nard afnd understood te etea o M a et ld:t >stle'ui,,.,si' f .,, ,S', o. r
compatrios. le conciliated the esteem ofhis command- thr expese I w t by person s claimin'to haveDid e savtat, tlnt a'rt or tlie Union, a |iv ''o ld -- -" edby *he {..-, t at the s..,; ..1.:; 1)I r:,ti.ld a+[L,lon-
-:r, and of'hlis brother soldiers, and, for his distinguished a pi c :Or" li~~r f e-aiia'~ L~ik -Il"-U U'Ve...i"t ,, t It ned un w crc sei the ef ....1- ,,.. o, "
lectue^ eledtte^^ tbn sto ss apttut tot tlhe u~e or nalmi actnre ot certiu at't-.al.\ay, gtve a veldictt )of ,500? Is scl were ,e tact, he BALTIMORI', JA.\ o.--olotle'ftql^rs l,, .. ;* u"l "' '^,;* **. ". ,. .., I1,o
services, ti'equently 'rec "iv.ed ,ie h "n s ; o g '- s III "c a.t', h ...C---"r",'' oi. o r ,) Iorc 't he. l (h o ll"\ int~tllt
P 7 8 0 h e h a d a c q u i r e d s o mu c h o f t i le c o n fi d e n c e o f h i s l u .s ,. .I. ..r, ,. ..e, -ou g h a w h o l e le g i o n i d i d 1 1 A % kO W Id t hia t l l e Vo i c e o f t e o m m u n i w a s 1 c M N V U C o i ne t o t t c r j ver o f t hi s uy..o i; ,; a o p y ;' ; 'n i r il crh I i: 1: a
country, :s to induce Congress, unanimously to appoint o fo ( 11 a ,st day a flrest. ed Liee lll ,ll1 <. ..ac t of "i- 1 [i'O S ,1-' V. -1" Jif1 ; i::;,
tants, it turned out, whenlit last somle oebad inhu ood Io r:lr)~ O bt 1 s o a vrllo ;(0 >"' o io'wd!'.'
hhn a special Mi :e t" rance on a "t im portant enough to contest their claim, that tle. hald io rig-ht at to be tripl, witll costs No vwo'der there w"s a deep ) *g a cluer-tct (ote on llice .I. (:,. lllk, t, bctore satd d mslant.
se frvie.Suhw t his ssnhsisionsaa all Ti'lls was especially the caec in. those states' vhicih silence. ['lie act, asamended by this bill, pLced the ton; S500 One of thlc.se inii ami '., \voi. were y order : C W !il',NT, CleA,
to call forth the publc thanksof" that body. I return verof extensive size. ,"d the distance fom the Circuit munlly at tie merc o paetetes. 'o oblige -t ian to gWo comittet tu [riol by Judr Copy.-t 1 Ck,
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.- ---.--.-- .-- --- __ --- relation to the one, there wasas far as he knew, an utitter DEBATE ON THE FLORIDA ROAD E3ALL, Tie Hol. Ge,:te.n from Louisanaiahad spoken of the A L 1,F OF L iTERr S
S- apathy and indierenceirelation to the other. What, mort.di.ty atentdg the southern clmate. But, were c';i i /he Post Office at Washilgton Ciy,
e f4 r toe)VaI. then, hMr. 'l. asked, would be the probable result of' the IIOUSE OF I{HPRESENXTATIVE'IF.-,-Js,. 2. Congress lo relinqush theo is e id ... .. ,I ... i ,, r, 1824.
t-wo nods, at tile approaching election ?Suppos Tbe all ork, o Seundl 0 not they be in .s great danger as., the o- Persons applying for letters in the following list,
tee th t v. cro u' ssou lb andId ee. ne Tile foUowhng bill being betbre tile ;oue o cn n i t- I ......
S.PEE JeJ IOF 31"R. MILLS, On y ounto Offi ecause,tilfrieohe whole: n soldier -r was it important, in teil question of climate, % ill ease spy they are advertised,
"- *' tr und' r the present si steni ould probably v consent A Bil to authorize the laying out and opening cer.tain whether a man v.ore a military coat or a laome-spn one?
(Of Iswhesetts.) -anuld be Public Roads, in thei Territory of Florida,. If the object somght waI the s;ving of the wear and tear' A
_t h ai t th e i rl' f a % it e c a n d id : t e o r t he P r e~ s id e n c y sh o ul d .ee
S T B held up, eo 7:?nne,, for the Vice Presiden 1n ut, if'the ,e it cnac!t d, l c. That the Presdent ,f the United States of uman life, lhn it was surely humanity to employ C)illianl ktshllrn ( Yard) Samuel Andeirsone
IN SENATE, ECEMBER Coitution had remained in its original form, in all be. :nd he i hl.,-ly, aunthorized 1 can. tobe ,pened,, i the 1 1he sld.icsr; for, suppose we have in lolda 500 troops, Margaret Adams
probabil;., tho of thle might be elected-one to the terrli'o of FioriaI, a ,nublh n:frol m Pesacola o St. Augus- and we send in addition 500 cizens, then the chimate B
On intindtli.intl ,is proposition to amend the o iass, and another to tile scond iOffe. Yo woul5 e ie e t c n kon i int e ; II, row
Cor ittion t e U nitvd States, h';,o ap for V ice !reside; t, ea piab h at leastin;(li:eIl rl"'ren nd h- "
M sa htets o l ,,g I ) c di I-) iver '; the ncep, dh'cct to til'! N~lual l hkl B ige, (II I off, fr e h ato htasode sagete n ,ad n Es "'oA ; P,'NI 11w ,iTohnerl] iciadd
Mr. "NILLS, of Massachusetts, rose to ask pion ra lurty te le who Isha re- EaninanrIei tlnce, to the Ochesee llff, on th Appaa- ,l no labor, and yet the same great General almost in Illery Iv,.,ten Simon liBaset
dtittes incunib~ent oil tile Presidentt and who ehad re- ehcloi a river; thence, lto ', tit, re patia ,rot, o: e l' esee (fit thrtpu- adst hs e lm n o a- Appil' [3',l*l lqla VD -l~~
l e a v e i n l p u r s u a n c e o f n o t ic e %% h ic i he h a d g i v e n c dtr v r;su fftr aesa s s tc he, hc tti ll- i t.i tire; fa c t i, t hse n erlym a s ra e h a d t t lis n"l. -m a n c.- O.n H B D H ab.t.
on Friday hist, to introduce a joint resolution, The leading. object avowed by gentlemen who now the Old S|rnil ,o:ul to St. Aouqstine, eossing tile SI. John's 'y g; a -iknapsck With six ays' Prvision on nlss back. Auustis lai.neldell ajJohn ,iA lurd 2
T)ro0 1i -i an m ennd re t too the C n o t e ts ot etronstitution, is topn l'-.,..(eLIt !I lii ,!oel t l, ; ,rhich toad -ll le plainly and oifitt o. ., e. o ... .u ,g ".n..t. ha "w: s 'be in fiola C t ,ekha in o nosap sIelhtr
;Ihe Utit'e ,d States, inl regard to the ele etion of tth, election of President fro m devolvin n i elt oue nmkd : Iha yifn."idho I et-iv et.el ;] 1', t I e troops ill -a.ki"nL roadsl u1pon lll mr ti 'ontlot
I I -*Drted S Il h l o ..e I I 1 See,. ., n d e. i t .,/7,r eilrlaled, Thlant the P esident IolForts,indeed, I, I. w ould ot- would not set them to build; not be- ii'\h l' lh,1 l \\Villianl 11 f ssett
President and Vice President. Previously, Ihow- r.M. said that, if te view wih he had just pre and ishe by, a ihol'e,, to employ lthe troops r the Unit- cause it was laborious, but oecause forts usually were A ]Jt Uav l.'eiin U h
ever, to thile question, on grl-intin It- ave being sented was correct, tile event, so much and so justly de- ed Slates stating in ]lor.la,in such, aneiIl ushe may think built, and could be built, both better and cheaper, by J seph n |(,Brloe lcter lM.y JrMinBae
ulk, Mr. M1. said hlie w>uld, by the indulgence (f pi- atCd, would be much less likely to occur, under the proper, i the comp.lion, or in assistmg in the completion, of conirnct. h ert ad Archlv Brown ]iob,.r.t liarrv j'
)~~~~~~~ of I .-t I I ineliitro.i a cset mtrs 0 c ts i sr r < i clI ol it eassitid, t T.t~w om 0,plTinof ling he o t. KvYrklela Ll swt t .,a AAdiv rolace '13:t't' Jwa
] (Senale, stal? the substance "his prop sitifn, cQI:S ti ou as orif nally adopted, than)ill itspresenthahld road. _TIZ SI-ATIP, of" New York,recurrng"tothe statement tl,, ,Iv R Ih',J! }, Win .1 tih
._ 1 ( very 1'ri't{ y, some of-thle i-eioS Whidcl had .,pe. In the arinous fcnnbutaonis o1 11 a h" See. of i t llte B!a(I eda Th, til. fr nft'eyilin' tt 'ntfip n fi'eO Flo rid ,inssted on the ol ect ei c ono y was (", Ili z0 06oneTholas Blown
exen's & l t g he Sali( 1 nin tile.,, mo:I(f twt fll v-fiw, o" mlo t er p-n hso eI. ee Sra oh ov'
mtduced him1 to oAiler it. The Constitution should :. o,.d result fi'om voting for two persons for twle sade hotsad( Iollars be":1l 1he saf e is hereby, appropriatld, to of ,J5O lp ile to be made, and thi jre were alre oady 750
b e f r) ) 'O L l kl W t h iI' e t a ti l e d e r c a e oo f ic c, it ;v o u l d b e a l m o s t c e r ta in t h a t o n e O f t hi e l 'aw o u ld lie p a id d O u t of ll" l 1' 1 n c v nill i e T r c a1; ,u r'. ,, "li n tol. tl er ',, isu ,il n h 5 0miles i n t ohe ti'rsor l er g,'hallt h e re o- e a ra dy 7 5 0 C. Itn w a e ; et r S h z o t
be approasnded with g'eeat caution. He deprecated too b e h P president, and as the person having the next ,opria.t. o ""l' s in tie tcrritor y 1hrougl v"hich thie road is to pass' MtUw Cnrr Peter S Chazotte
frec"ent attempts to amend il, as calcula ed to derange hg'hst number to not a oritv, woulI he deem S oc. 4, .1ald be it further enactedl, That the President be, ', hesOe troops receive, when working on roads, 10 or 15 .,iss Nancy C,: ll James,) Cross
its icelyh ad.ustld. powers, and to lessen the respect anl ed ve a^ sullicient support to entitle hiln to the se- and he is hereby, nithorizel to eanus, to be survo.v',ed alI cents per da:, additional wages, (no sinall matter to a John Connell Abraham A Carter
vencratio wi all sou ceris or hat sru nt o ice, as stand\ second in the confidence of the n:urked onl, the oin., dirtec.i and pralicaile roue li a I l,li soldier:) was it not better to hire hands at 10 or 15 cents Jaines I Causlin tl3 Joseph CCollins
It was tile wolk of men's hands, and lthere)ore not per r peope the election of both would be secured. (urel l riad from Cape SaM e, b ,asing v 'CharloUte Harb.r "nd lhe a ,yi lha u to send to the I Uor'h !o>r workmen, who must ngh ( uile]sininh Jamnes Carrica
feelo l but sliel oui'ht not to be subjected to all d!ie v-anr ins" )T Samuel ,c, l1L ,o d-, tltat to James ot o, a t oorthJ cent w"'"el (.""c in s Cu ttC
feel.; but still ')Light not to bu sub cterl to all 1le var. ng this would be a much better t r'range.nent than that half Roay of Tampa, to the Point .'hl'T tihe R"w"a ey river will beLC be ] nid at the rate of 75 or 100 centsCitk ,N 1 s
changes w !,,ch tem porary incone venience m ay sug csf ',!" d.(In c. oe s ho l h co n t dnl f the 1 rst o f scted th e H ,n (d to lbe cp eneo fr Pien ,,.ol to StL M I* slldleill.r observed thatour so liery had fre L ohn C am m M al C ur'or
nor should alteations be made as oan expedient to e.If. icet l n it o., f o l l e c...... A, usd : w, al,,I to caLu lo be s.v,.vc a t q ent been ]l i l d h \ works of this description, and *uuu1 Cla, o i1' son C n
i m oll O1 e n ta ry a n(u p .r:; a p s i!n, g-i, av lv g 'oi d F o r s e v era | ; M i,.n e 1o r :1" a ltl Til 1 r 1,l i ^r l ei 1it t S t.i i .. I..e.... .I" i l ii dell o b s ra t; lso alrar w er e, ne v e r ^ S G ^ e ,.s .l '
suce ssive s lssns o o gress Mr. ,1 s id el t had i with ery ,c itt respectt. ,, ,( the f Se . e ,t ,rf u t, ., i eallie't wtn t s o sed. they hGd e:pe- l- o, t s .ex an D el C e rt
beell 1.na d t to proc e te alamtenidme atno. in t ai o-t hi a. til i' t -" t" e h r spcL un- : .li 1 e I ,tc e nusual -,,,,.talityt atL e sonth, it /as not t Major Johl Cah, bell D- llo ''C!k
c: be and atth '.aewed wit, Crleased .ze:al, ald multiplied beyond all I oa. i n h m e I, "i,,ed out by the amendt}.. .,.. which thev \ el re eIx pos'ed T 'ho troops how proposed M. .z li- ... .Dae s
tornm e S exainOl A"Cor tle various prop(s'tions wh01 n I little doubt 'The firs s t o hv een r *, fo lx employed, weronot to be s.nt into the clin(.ie ou ..se b Lo tez Diis 2 L S WV Don"nin,-
have been su~bnmitted to the Senate, it would be. almost. mLt vhic he wc ab1 to sbit, 0J 1 ejected T -t. ''A eLL D'*j*ite fm t T el r 7ry of Fall.oida, F la: tiley ere already stl. ionc d there, and it was a Govexm IP Durall .p ,,sepl Del ,h\
ibeenosi!e to present any project w iii should bear titb Il s fbe! ei ain of tt loienof Ke)resenI'' advocatedthe measure proposed I( the bill, as one t, t) dpo.t(t e presidentmightemploy them athis 'illia. E Dutia Gralton Um all
st.:.mo or novelty, or whlicil lad not before occurreil to .w t"0" 1 io,; l ^nlmd th 1 pa o eriously demanded by tlhe exisgencies and pe~culia, c..r- dceto.^ The R lwy employed their soldiers Archer Duglass Mrs Lounia S Dickinson
othi-rs He b!;id t"liewfor not alttmpted il, nor bad lhe re- tive.* n uier the esenot tol ewOtile l cum"stancces oftha -t coIntry, and eminently calculated to f, roads thd s practyIc was common wi tl the ancients; Willim Deans James Dels Ree
;,ied uaon his o v. is!om oreise ventn in the amendment1:1sI, prI-," *0 honorable gentleman 01 HdLbe to advanc its se lmsnt hereb p-ro. pi. roll he PoPudati" *om to en I o,1, rnonumets of public utility were w.2gl D.vson nemas Demnibg
he was about to p,.opos., !.ut bad resorted to tlhe unitedlwh i'" u"tie a reonabl hoetlt^ swo of wha*;t w;as Lllely the. F;loridlas, hc sad, lie's at p th he work ofi their armies. It w;a5 suey usele:ss to keep Wvllia Dougins Geo'"e ,*"' W D-"'son
wis!< o.!:; i;'..l. ,.s,;nd ot patriots and statesmen, es o to 0 "l 'e os 17
d i r e sfr. za l, t e( c e llen t f o lm of o ttIr n n he b m t I's. S h o u l d fi le ap p po iLa 0 1 Piie m nfo lt),, i c o udi b\) f o u nd f o ls r 110'L h \- ll'0 r oI l-rl it t o th r hm o d
rn nt, ;.dtwhichdve 1. e e11 <: mu~l~h po 2 P1-ol10 or'1," 3 tn" to itsu^ ^igiI~ wn 1 podTl course of the road pss l trough at f t u esea Theo tht te i W n C lpapton Willian Ed ar
;ri:islraion four r.Aers, at in elligonce. and whtegrity b Mtorpinstie totli iten lthm>de orii r l w as c..kil teato att trc r ti -:no0:g tie people, was caculat a to continue and per-Wnaly ci fr IleW thl.e e petu:,e (hose blessing. He wished then, to return to u ldbj ectsoul meethtChcou e oh u b. te to thI Jsd:clion oi the U-ted States, o1e os t o certain months of lhe year, so as to avoid the Edward Fza A. lk Fo
ihllf ir s ould beare 1 1 advo e cat al m luive been ose ed fiel for miParoposenttprise, iad, thI tloe ricY- ll I hmfG-W ce f itnPe emal. r eDl irl d
c'.oce o. Pleshlent anid Vice P'lssident of ine, United, it He di no ino, no erap wol t be prpr -io o in ashot time, become densel peop 1. ths.s .,gestion; hut ,Samuel L [Forrest William S Fishburne
States, hins, ifr. Mills sad, was the wltole of his propo-1 t rventit he other eprositions 'l- road hic at presentt connects the t w pon h i. HilAltlEthoug-ht it was unnecessary; asitwasdis- Sarah Fearson roseph Follansbee
side. fItl O met the sanction of the enlightened assen-; h ldbeen < \ chere not before land mentned 1tOkdesythcirc citos rout o md e man creionIry w[ith the President to employ them at such Kev John Featherston ThoasEdward Farris
bly to w'.U; the had alluded, and llhe con entionps of t the; Set t.e H n le'Io'ed leive howeverI to submit *i 700 mles, through parts of GeoIgri d and Al->.l>..mc_, tires as lhe thought expedientS G
several htices; it bad been tested by experience, and l er e- mrk up hs p frs of oter plans which wherea, ihe dlrect counrase of te lc new rolC*atd iouk LiR. COCKE agreed in tWhis opinion. We ought cer- Marceline Gonet Jahn De Gormen
seemed better calculated in time to come to uect i 'nc ithoorarehtlem thSn Make the distance to e ravlled but 1 mis bc tainly to place some confidence in the Executive, who Miss1 etA W Grady Albert Gallatin 3
choice b v the Electors appointed for that purpose, and sitn Th d1istrictin syst m. if approved, might be liT on w 1 hts hichi th a lnd s p osper d, askstoy.Ty p or would not, ne trusted, employ the troops of the United Thomas Goddard Miss Mary Graham
above all, to secure for t;le secbd ofice in lle govern-es uncolpot. wt th n he was about to I opose s 20,000 to def- y the expenses of making this road- States, in any manner that was calculated to destroy Mrs .lane Gorman Lnt om F II Gregory
jnent. those qualifications and endowments, which, in a wih r o av. d 1 so .ither e wef* wha agunts an amount which, when the nature ol the country, at l he .w He c o adding, he said, that th's was *Mr Catharine Gerauw Ienjamin S Granke
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good deg-ree, fit im for the fst. Trhe illusarion s body taainst the amendment,,, whic1 proposed district the "te mSag nitu of the undlertakng Ais taken info viewl f s tm in his f h h hr t *e advanced Iobert A Gordel Joseph Gogkins
of men who framedmd our Constitution, had difficult res of wlsol o nt' ,Mr. Atre',c e o ) leto rst Oine of rts 'l appea 'to every c;', pe 'o"''y t moderate tat labour was worse than idleness for thle preservation y






no small ma,'itude to encounter; local prejudices were ttn1 o ti L OI \Vlor W estimate had been made, as eow as circumstances would of health I Joseph Hodges Mrs Mar- Hammill
Ito be remov.p scd; conflicting iaIterests to le reconciled; r ,ob ts. e eco e E les allow, but it ws hoped tt b. jicios elendte M lERY, of Kentucky, said. that the troops in Flo- Jp C ll 3 Carles Hady
the ,je.lusy of t.he smh l states assuaged, and the power esi, iti o lieaseathettosu1b its to fiaoniSt the powish e er ite 'eterriy t t ms dPe- rid wcr statioNei d.. .o1.11 uld be kpt ih"tcn y/ D l i d 0 Iuayl nc l. c







aiid in c otc the rf crge states restrained, and ta w as r w, i oriius tint uistcrrenires, lt n'1eu eo- e t i: ictls it-ous"[the Unit ts to aia o possIesss it : no le destination s [ is ubnath Hughes Missudilh Ianson
syst^.m of compromise :ind concession was at length ef-, theJ bi of eult, so tha the^ citizc ofoesae (Government, as pubhc property; few or no g~rantshaving the points intended to he connected by the proposed I^yijh Hicks" RoeyHamniton
fe.ed. Among those difficules, the organization of the shini n sto grthe stL olltoi ii s the i- en made of land in e terror. Te road will tere- road, were military stations. They were far apart And, Hen IH Edward S arkins
executive department, the powers wila which it spAould -tad- .-:" '., Widel "ret --oweer,- would be flo'. b a ncasure ot to thvey povernmectl fyI-nom its i- Ie a o tfthem r shold be attacked, it was fit that W C H'llb ,son Hon Wm Hunter d
be invested, tlle Mmber of which it sliould be composed, te' o Si ,o this sstem Grea e neqtc lity would be c nect ote value of.t lnts t as welt ,t o e benc) there should be a direct and speedy communication be- Jefoerson Hansford (r CB Hamiltoe 6








and the rmnner in which it should be appointed, were ity ,w The state of*thodr Islind, for instance witi t to orida .. teen them. The power to employ the troDps isdiscre. S Hamilton, sen James C Hall
,m':!strat ion of nour r'iler, :,i's a n u le~i'n eadiug .. .. ... fit .. .. .. o a l te te ... as aesot 1rev nte 1" he modfieo.. ...








not the least formidable. Upon this subject, they view, was reinstate ileconsttion til o o i, r.GURLEY of L 'ana moved to amend the bill, tonar; and in whose ands, asked Mr. is reposed? Col G Humphrey Henry Hrly
;,lnohg" "tile need e, \was coiculat.,I1tto contl/itu( andt 1e '- I/ * i : II- I I',;---.t--. b....................of this co nt ...... .- e I I I s atnielt .incit S 's to eolifi1 e till-erenploymnle t of the u ulEaoR bet1 a








povelt:,e i n a new and untried path, and were to be guided to, .p u^. ,. t "I.re inth by stik.....g out ao l that part ot it which provides lor the I,n the hands of te Commander in Chief of the army. If'
fle bte g ofl Idp itsi thei "'clti couleIetde tilen O.ancte 0o i tt ee n itet l the1 Untted Statr' i mang s n otie nedStes t ofi s nson & C O o1 m, ..vinon
ohL ,A'0 ofl O h w ,, 's o f ot r ic uni t ry ft th ^ors, d a n to r e in I . tl. .e o, a Ti n e fi e ld f r e gra a ts h e w sen t o r p ri s e a nl fr o m th e rl eh s ack I y a nds, vi g l a n c e Eeisar l Fit,< .. A rt ih I vox

















repuls, tacient r -e saloibreddll noo ai1 fl u of h ta n electortldd s cts wou have ta ,PIoaeb i< eo ei. n a .l9 por IaptoWt o e empiotmei of tlie soldiers, lii as iti s Ch hnson Rb tFishrlonson
st ages oi title world, both ina,,icientand modern times, I'I e tt i flS3Oftus tn- delsio v wh ch l ,s tis orIse t .e li, s ol the soldiers, by emptlu toyiag thenmslg ehtnngr tthd .e"s-.oI.... pt o foe S'uel I soes
yet, in none of them, had there existed-a common perma- oItem" out one n ec e i ys T ere would i n the ok t -s "twlknow hat the empoy- s lr : k p employment to Mrs Susan Johnson W Jackson
Ient head, vested with executive po-rs oily, for ten licitIe l e ,. it lt t i T ient of *ll he troops in wort tie, become tis desulptionehad, t monooi of garrison d to the eternal re- Thomas ohnson Mrs Winney Jacksron
administration of te ciil as well as military part of the lie o le n es or ast a pro- stacs pal to em. He h psn currece he same scene in te same place ? Tile ,dalph n1JIb Ingerso










governments, and appointed in any manner adapted to ortona.ine^ lity; fo it is obvious^ thtamjrt ally witnessed this, and knew it to be true. It had for- fears c expressed on this subject contradicted all theory K
the genius of our people. This part of their duly, there-. he ec I. ,)cuen b nority e someI,,m,, b.e,, th poihc'{ o1 hilUliated SStas so to and all experience : inaction has ever beenfoundto pro- Wm C Kid Edmundl Key
ttfores, had called forth the most inute investigations andof l m, t- o onot r hm !, when tls policy was extend to lce both moral and physical maladhes-while on the 121-Vr Fe re MissaehteccaKnosl ck










ohstirit 4omesanto tile s oarnc sctionof tile enlightened a ^ ". It ,0 had^ Inciption. He, reak-1.1. aCircuitouse Ofiallwithtile'sidett oemploy'themtsu chaY John Fa t herstuntTh omase -E Ie VV Fal











would bsho that the pln adopted was not the only \r one .s IC\e it e .ib0 e cthouh bill a ofld vol for it w esi e akn. on te mot GUR eoe L Laton
w r )o"'f i he had alluo i rl. and t e o or aruztsa of tileoed end ..c i c ;tv oe a ve e t b 0 C L t l,, saoulhe h pedotheam endment ecis tsIl e thO ght b l r e m j t5C s le t












durationn oftthe office; that, at one time, it was proposed d Seidedb mala, rC"ityof th lo teririmy as- woui not bne adoped, as >l to'th in effect defeat the Aw,. sm re c,,\er.;tion on tle details of the Lt col Wm Lawrence CP Luckett
sevhe should be elect' ted by the governors of tie states, arnd semw r 'rs t I le, too ti inorit v o f te people wras, the dir e e: ntlemet'e luisiouna, whiled biG .t O er engrossed andel read a third time Col Wm Linnard Mrs Margaret Lawrence












tat, for a long time after the first draft of the Constitu- fpon, thoo p of ot t le I M i t .. tne lrp, rom tle labor o Mo M Edw S Lewis James Lancaster
tion was submtted, it seeed into co be determined that thIt e Pt o o ly ovr oe o a I s "hlleki sthe rodt ctul h ravleosed subsuit ,376 mt r Tlhent M
ehcutive shoue l d be chosen by the legislative branch of t" e l"cton resident- Mr. M. sd, t .t to ilus- ouhimslf t. c. said, e was as uch disposed to b eWm R Maddox 3o Thomas S Mitcihell
. m r ""K Sli S[in reIt3 ,leee~ ii (,lS,,tlul'lCot t i Spos[lt0," 1[ .' roei .l .^ ',T ue fb l'tcint*ct ln ^ .h )it ;"" Kal t T ",.F R S TFa'~ ld!1 l lsP al












bo' *;.e t t- Cp etition oas i wh chtreme b ilnl tis t itdae tr th se os iti 1 t I o r ldi n r an d cd to s tin go L A Nd p t O R S A Lh. ee U nia e d T om s od ar
above alf toseclis, tile tseondoffice i ntie govern- s on. The disrt g be d....de. to the dict tm at aa dcnream ohe expensegMosadeking cb th.iod-- tes -r Mrs 'a o ral ton IGreor













nm oi s heexective power should nelstl oe n P a eac f was not such an employment ot hem, nor was it a new R sae. my tract of land in Alemare County, here t a yers
len ex t lse- licatelo S eo net w ',ol lo o tersuc, al l or. h at Mrlo-t-n, ut on tlee contrary a matter o everl y day F olore my residenc consa stig of 3,500 acres, about ai-M MsOte or Ienjam in SM Grln ke
of....s tht of1 Vi e 0 Prs1 eol be created, or i di ic i Ioulde ee nLo occ rnc T ob, ect to -o p lh 2' 00 of which re of the best mountain iyand 0 s- M ch ane K ad
wgoa. shool be his m hes. From the various projects t .o, to ote src od f mantl, rtho o thetnderta ming is ta to te Unioed tees rn a naimonal wi below the mountain, and ev.tending ro> it, gener- Aoer odeu Joseph Goglns
hiah vsere before t an, soid d as tiley were ftotes, and I i hundred ,ndh y. rlle t tle ad might without impropriety occupy the lei- ally o good quality, and remarkably well timbered ant ct Jo Mott
h ucnu- iffi es thoof C- people o the sate o elaare would cast neteen eof a sma portion of er troops. As to its expos- watered. The tract lies on the south side of the Rivanna, te
tn m o r r u on of President and .rd votes for A, and eleven hundred only, or '; ise, he had himself lived for years in a branch of James River, tha n idleness for the preservation, J s T McCubbin Mrs Minnn














Vice ; .'...: >.-''t, ..1 ;. s.cm'ed Itle hearty concurr nee of. anld ye't B wollld coulnt two vote;s for* President, inDelat Floid,^ ha traversed it in all directions and at all sea- which is within three and a half miles. It is five miles Alexandler McKenizie Wam K McDonnld
Ssmt in'" altudeto lmencounter vr other p;t of W]re, ar A one. In addition to tis objection simate hd been made, as lowih its c climate, ahd from Charlotsville, and six from the Uivers. Ofis James McKan John McDonnelI
t i n.e ewith te arest opostio an w ls be Piroductive o o great publc excitement wi nt apprehend ant sucby consequence as the gen. advantageous situation lor health and society, no remark oxekiel McDaniel Mrs bar 3 McPs6 H ersopad
ito be oved coflct in teresttcu be yet it le tl election should be givenimmediately to the peo ten seemed to anticipate. Besides, if te bill shall need be made here. The estate has ,; i l the usual imo se...,,Ia_.. Jo rls ind
lie hathis ne p le, without the terventiol o Etle xpeence be fiised before the more nrovements on it, a commodious dwelling house, build. ** *': M paory
meadeousi of tile small states asuo and thposeked has d te truth o this remark. In tose large t ait mollnt n e rietle road, we as for, s.id Mr. C ., ngs for servant., and oer domestic purposes, good n de h,
aMd w s the LiI occio of tirce Prnsi t a \ states oe the i uo weerel ethve xecutove ctc can soon bte made. We do not contemplate at present abls, to barns, with threshing machines, a grista issSallnd ILawrence av
nit that e migu t preside overthe meetrainedgs of this Houset t 1w l "'i"l .sob i u t,'erm o ,more .ta.none'. wn reot or cty fertoad, suctr as t wilhr o cu h lhe road i aw to mI' with o, nosess fort m:an ern ew destination lrs. Cat ichar. O'rien avid B. Ogden
N Sir. If that had been the case, we should be left, ets luI r to f l osulbe ( t p eno- to complete; al s li at the ask or look tle or, will e xdStat well posted t r each purpose, and good repair lh sDliaonnell 2 Mrs A MOJverHtreet
like -mst other legislative bodiness to appoint'our own cmit, ap ittress produced, than in smal ttes, soldiers to no great amount, either of labor or The tract may be divided, advantageously, into several M is Orr John OrH
rsinir The onsttutin d m view t he where tse oict is ot less importance s 1 danger. Were it a time of war, indeed, we should not parts, and will be so disposed of if desired. Te pay- P
St l t upons in certain events, to exercise the o he pou os of ta te ,, rlegel ,a- tleeink of so employing them; but it is a s eason of pro- ment of the purchase mn. y m. be made by ins.at Aaron rI Palmer 3 MrsHPancos
executive department, the powers wthi ctshould. Carolina, (Mr. Ily,,) ir. said, lad many .b ce and no detriment can arise to the public ments, wi a very liberal credit, to be agreed on at the Miss lizabet Philips Humphrey Peke
is O. He c. t l o. thathe s ould b o bor rcasont to cend it. fut there was one provision i fintreand the stock ofevery kind, 1. A. Paterson Cap Peter Pelham ;
sted, the nu er oUn which ited Ses frould be composed, can i that e' hc could not yield s be mnade iun this way, or not ldatsall; Sor e country is so my be sold with the land. eedCOilinatone- JeersonHansford chard Powell, Miltou
















did.n ( for th"Iat. ^.ig office. This mode of clection !lssnt It- pro"'des thatt, when tlhe choice isnot cllected .sasl setld tha the is no in ,he terior a po- I ha als fo ae n er tract, of ratiier more than L1'Joh" p(erclvu~l Ge-*orgee P!ltte
l s s t sbus ess i the government, an le ptel ecto rs, at their Grst balloting uin t her. respc i v t l tn o in uo m b l w 3h river, on P
and the manner in w h it s a ointment was not medly to states, te power electing shall again return to acm, i ftoaccomplish it its northern side, which lies well, is of good quality, well alton sel James Hall

















condc ^^t he beration o. t!.e Senate Th eirst offi- u11 i.wh1 0 iefor tate po[lses Shall be convened l one "r. COCKE, of Tennessee, wished to know, from timbered and watered, and has a valuable vein of lime Tm a V .... 1" ,. o n
c i the Govea ne miihtbe ased in th mdstof 1 PP tie gentleman, wLo objected to this employment of stone passing lhroush ia. This tras is divided into two M.hmss B nshc a aitn l IGe H ur
his^~~ caaerlittlh rmver80,000,si ts mtltetoy c oo orby ste rO t o llow they cofl iter mhchproie? e mmC tilech v dwe houe cmo r


















his faculties; the visitation of Providence .night pros- In~encets w ~u *ten. a e~ c o the S h-,,,,ri, lav-e had, not long since, a sad experience to teach us dious tor a small family, with necessary out buliings. Jon Ros ,lnna K lIobinson
ovtrate in rns his intellectual powers; he might be re- 1ntives. Mr, ILL be,, e pa. n o, 1e ,:. ot employed in someofi 'ng "ha 13 useiPl, t'ley credit will be given for tis tract in like manner as for oyn ,erton Mon Jsph C Ieo
oovedn by ithpeachmtofnthe or voluntarily retire tknolem hiseor an oe'lt rangtrefior ol .ridea ntu r1,ie i l oo employ thselves nt what is mischievoust.,g the other, Persons inclined to purchase, will address Mrs Ann Royal Dennis a nmJomn


















arduous dutit-s. [n either of these events, tle executive e en th istrict consideration which e reiendto Wn t, e g t tUme we h p f t me wc ieot ,e ", lJ n directly to me. Adian1 IWanher
auofthcrint m us t be administered by some ry or individual and there former propositions toramdent, wh t r and, or what service are they to us, ii te l s it vi cesolereiedager to ariOE.
,em el,,ecie nt pomtd out ,y t e C ota id .ats on, 1c wa tNe rl.jr en itled t n t th.1r ty -s Ilt o, .n. :. ni mpro eme t, e ah, War,"iculaob lec e mnowh o oashington, june 7-N f ,t I S itehs(Artillery D iss nVilet svin



















in he -'cond ipceofith Govenme te thee setices o ral< Int a t i. t" t n po >.tectha e be dce In h ,.eiensions, lwe presumed It l1 suc1 c n e ""Pleft S ISmnW i
a, i confederacies of free states had existed i e spectiilty 0e exectv "',Sng e Ie ,ilivas not spos, l,,t theaccomnlishent o lt, to power an< oubiTE (a single heit in his wish, to avoid h*Jlas' o Mrs Catharine ohnsot
ent adisc islng'the worl, both ldimportanie tand moderIn wia the s:., ces of two of 40,. mo.dst i rspcteC" ieh lsl believed they were both disposed to act on the sam e A gCollege, New Hampshire, who has had some exper nt G' oe M ;Joh ran
the object for which Ie was elected, Mr. M. contended, tw ier sfoi ofl lacioades u vet; m l in pe. H was pursued, if his fears were not vi- rence as a teacher o youth, wishes to obtain a situation Sne Jamues Slory
ythat,reasoning aiothemi, tha t objet would b e much more srn tendell cyOto ne 're te cLessit y oThele would l sionary, and danger did really exist, all the gentlemen in some istiut.eon, publicskedr school, or private eamnply, in to31 s susan Johnson .,wap ksonm
liken o be eseted ad with greater .e1p'oe and sec, o y tlc flouse oI I presi natives he asked leaeto ioo- io were friendly to te bill would he as ready as him one of the Southern tates. He possesses ample testi- haryo n.sMer rWilhane B Salt




















ty~ilthe mode originally pointed out in the Constitu- dee a joint resolution to that cifect. lf to avoid incurring it. Certainly, llie deat. of our monialsof)his qualifications, both literary and moral,trom .T:,,ue; 1) cott Lt Jsacsh Sthaote
admtion ro iccomnlis the end view one Convention eav was accordingly granted, a id ,Mi. MIL n soldiers was to be Ieprecated. We give a bounty to get gn- tlemen acquainted ith Is method o instruction, c. Doroh.a Son amue Smit




















iiad provided~that the Electors should meet in their res- troduced^ thle resohution, as published ill our paper ot tlhe thn an whe the di th governmental is a loser. A reference to the Hon. Mr. l-umo-rr, or tleelHon. Mr. IA Connit ,1 1 Slioat Kt C; Stokton
pective st s, and vote for two persons, one of whom n by the House ofWhat ersntvs ; oe had stated as to tl. e danger of tie climate, i. e EL.. Senators .iom te State of New s ampsla.hre, will pIr Inem 'n p e soll,
at leastvrn, should not be an inhabitant of the same stated witho ,lt --l-- -- had advancssedI f.isam experience and personal observations be attended. CtT ttorrK
Themselves ; that the person having a majority of the OP Tl-eli R; o E AN i NA AYS H e knew, and could prove, tlat, out o a u ll company dec O- 3t l p
vetes of t he Electors, should be the Presidenttand ti e te f:m subscriber othe20 of recruited in Btston, in May 1821, and employed that o. ePy Thompson
person having the next highest number of vote otleElectorsmit be chosen by t inorit e summer in erecting public build.gs at Bao Rouge, llexpernce: intnhaseerbennfundtopr .ert A Taylo 5 Thomas Tow nley
be te Vice President; presuming, hal, as both would minut iii Theyalbot 0yar ande n.lifthn werm letm t alve at the close o tis e season. CA' W ToVm on ThoMas b TildenK
tb r a d c a le i r t t e o s t n i t "e t pe o p l e .' s p : :-". c ce e b oth nmo ra l a n d p h y -sic tl in a a di e s w h ile o il th e "M i s. n, if, K e n ed y rs ?, I tiss e ll e a K o b lor






















fln oted o. wi that eos,- asc Pr esiden t oce tio i sy, t e o low, hle e s y e n southern enl' to eoil se o r dt oos lo ad eryrlitvic s of' this c . "d ... ,- .. Mss o-M v a oen V zrs t alph o c
subsld. e wo rtha a~' eolie .. a neod c pet thato pn ame. ) i pro -;] n, rkf-r osed by the It might be t te tha ci t e lor t of lll a (emp o\drti i. s lialthnlt aoe to odyadnc0 1 eri N l "nt o enryn
Of dut, ie Exeti an tro tile ha.ournais o that Conve lectine 71 k(t1... i .th.no. .H.... "n, [ ." o h enacn!oe, t rley co d ot le het.eassur'nelo t let. _Wassfienme n s tolll- o. is o t o ._.ts o wtln, NJolas l V y:o,-
ofuls thow banth a the pl oncadotedewasonot there olevone 1,'llo Sine issou'rl,(Mr. l 1c 1 n s vingtwheae lti'obn Vl to ythli heshleCt wts th i s lland woeu t for temly 'rel T qtes oonges, b Teing.takeloi unthe motion of Mr. GUR Pte, Ge' ato r t Jae B ,e
-. .. '"' UI e+ idelilt, ,lidli ic ]'e iresidLen lll t eii t~)t i le P = ali- ". ,.turcrem ve. g L wonJ me.3 ec






















subn tted toteelrcond o oderati on that vo Losproi jetsi n : ,e,- y d he li h c.st ei oIhd, anntodotis terioytsuL so. e EYt ol s, rien ou ttl e secondsectio a ottectbllit was Mris aness Law 2 George Lindall
wnere oteredr, both n relation to tie organization aSn hiad 1. ... la a -o b" o a, ettl b e .a seninly tcta lcirpl, sae the hoped the aendent ed thc ne negsligne w' l j u ndemartaoh BwelIee b Flison 'atma
^ ^^hou~si^ ^d ^o^Zit 1. eac'hV '"" ^; ^ ^! disk'c tor hare ono vote,~ and 1.11 country; to 1)ie t; I teiexpaill ahe suefraivte)-,d tlfer slc maent, It Co.M.,,,t Bsel Leea Cap J eorge Iav
lraLion otthe office; tat, at one time invasroalrpo ad apte n oruly w e olid,"s it.d woul iie llect dheeated tile Ate rappes tare paprs atne ,lt, dead aots L \
he should e, elected by the gwernors of the states, haud ...ir.d edS. ..aj olrty; ohe peopleatheir. in.as-.".i O....,..f.,entl c froi[Lsinawhile boirnl, it "sfured to b her l altos ied conoldted othtins od-time tcol\Wi Lawrence C P Liucke
Ble i es l e .. By tills plan, too, a im inority Or til e )I I I te p ,,,,). la a tc
a ,.i dt o |e th e won.u i: tI 1. t roo s, tmor tile la bor tof oil M onda y sae S Lewis I vo ch rs Lanw.
lad o'llf er -,longti e atieater thec irt draf.. l'ie .le t.u- 'I II ..... .. .. .... i % a o Monday ll-e S o, 1| ei es Lane e
may ot only govern the votes o'a state, but f sprUr akine tbh road, halt dtoerld obstoited fhen). 'M
ion was subm-nitted, it seewmled to be drterndolsed that tile "he iection'of a President. Nit. NI. said, that, to il-es- tlke tiae ood had pro asd nt despttcu. Jor Whod 'I \
ex~eeutive .s[iould be chosen by the lqq'islat-ive ranch of.Lll )For himself, NMr. (C. Said, lie "was S its mch disposed to ___...... Wil1R 'Maddox '.-' Thomas 9S Mitchell
-li ,-.nnf ,ti ionrm iidun lee ni trate the truth of thifs position, tihe more fiuiniliarly, lie roster tile interests and preserve the life and flealth of Daniel Mandell Charles P Alallett
,,.bell,. !;.e :ine ttle ConstLiztion Nwas reported in its finf tteo'I~irr would agi aete exampldedo' intothree dstri~c tsI;Our soldiery-is ally I.uun, ald as mnuch opposed to Settin~g'LN O AE Jasper Moran J INIerrick-
I tt fDlwr ol edvddit he ititthem at a.nmenial oor dcglradhlng" nipln3 t1',elit; but tills Miss 'Vary Naloy Thomas It Mot,
whai-ll(.Unbt: oi'near tluis tim e, toit a ndc OCi hudedb ahdsrc 'vn n vt.S ps hte fwas not such :titlemphoynicnt of i~lleni, nor -was it i newI", OR sal.de my tract Orlanld in Albemarle Cotunty, here.Jolhn Martin Cel Samuel Myers
v~atnlnorofini:M~d tl e eutv pwe thoMtese districtss should contaillnioe thousand voters ; that, rpstobto tecnrr atre \evdyJ_ h' rFyrsdncfcnitigo ,0 ars buEw Mactomher :5 Isnaa SMiller
b'e extm'cisedl--\vhether by one, or more .,; whetller such!all .Ill fl Istitte hul eiaill 'ra llat prpsiinbtni tl cnray'tmatrIsevr dy tooeeyrce DG ,ODItigOa350ncrs ao
o ffi c e a s, t h a t O f Vl i c e P r e' s 1 1 t s l l o u id he c re at e ~ d O r o c c u r e n cesT hic t t h e yo s h o u l do b es h e t w a s n e t0 0 o f f o re hAr e;oth a te e stUo n tMi nj oa lMy ,M a r s t o n I s aaoc- A a r s t o
- w h a t s ha i n a ndb exh~ sd idu t if r o m i t r onnrtl l v ai o u s p r oj e c t s t h e t w o o t h e r d i s t r 'i c t s A s h o u l d h a v 'e f o u r h u n d r e d a n ld O c c u r r e c .Teat i or t ae etot hl U itedIa co mlsh'ed, -nasn a t o n el y i00beofw hca rof t i l e mbest mou ndetan ing frolity, gander-(Lew
w,'ihatcr belt'al 'e t3C era, anA s.nI-roluld.to-l-IOas theyjwerefifty, votes, and 11, five hundred "ndtifty.. Here then, the ovigewatd migh~twithU to IUimprolriaet occupyathioen-al lyinfgobeodwquaitndrmkay\\eletiberd a ilapt Milbun Robrt tl
With suc;! L nunM-ous ,ifitCUlt;Cs, tile authors of the C(,oil- pol ftesaeo'Dlwr ol atue nSure or"a sniall portions of hcr troops. As to "its expos- wattered, The tract lies oil the south side, of the Rli~nna, Me
-il '" (I.. unhUI.r-:d votes for A, and eleven hundred only, for B-Igte odsae i iBdhmeflvdfryasi brnho ae fvr aia;efrbieu oMloJms ~~bi ip r~n-l
.*tlu'o (',. S< Thn o t(',e~inO[Prsdetand a y et B wvouhldcounot teenvotes for Presidenti lc' had" lnlto isa se, liteintalldhirlect" ionead ator llyell-swhich kbi~au hi thresieranda 'ihaoleforba.ttisuxive miltn mes MeTind;er M'benienWonsIN,[e~nfn
ic, I", ......... It, /: ',:;s.Cureo tlt t n eart,, coneune twae ndA Ol] nei lidtocteti ofcini .'o "d rvrsdi i lld cto san.tal ea I c swid hrean al ies tisIvemls lxndrnIfnie"inldMI~nk
thl,: 11, pl, F.I ,',alth;,qh almost every- other part o n nyon.Iofiit hi betoI onwstoogl cuiie ihit ltae fdfrmCi l"siIladsxfo he "'ri ..Ofi ae ~~tc onoDinl
t!h '' is :;.nie.ft met ,with tihe warmest Opposition, and "wouNd always be productive of'great public excitelni ,lent,,is ons, appthreuhedaly SchaIcqunted Q'thIt~ s cmtil ell- ad f'ro CAlotfIg2~ tsv~i, nd ixfor 'oeatheand society ors em. fil ark mtkes ,Mueolnel arahnMc~herson
.p.-: ~~~ ,t i tie o er etd i tieee tIve y t it 'stiletlcelection should be given'ionnediately to tile pen- h .dno tp r.edan uc one ueIe sthJonhanntg ou itRio orh alhan ocetnor mak Exk M ~ ntl lscaa M ero
,p ,, ia i h p w r e t d i ie ex c i' e y ti s'tlenotla see nll ed to anticipate. B besides, it' t lh e bill S hall n eed be m ade here. T ihe esta te has It e su i ra xv- .', .. m"I). -hn R I. In o
"b e iev d at hIs- mode of op poiZi ent e mesca p ed e ven tL'e p ie, w ith ou t tile in te rv n i l f lec o s ,x e i n e nw p ass, th e labor r w ill b e fin ish ed b before fth e m ore(- n ove ln ents on it, at c om m od iou s d w ellin g h ou lse, b u ild. "- V.. ..` ,, .0 ,d :, M s -iC Niabi.t]O).
as proved thle truth of -this" remark. III those large -ikynotsarive, -l'hlra, we -ask for, said .-rI. C. ,ngs for serv'auts, and Other dIomestic purposes, good N
annavrsfl l itsceles. For what purpose, asked ohn Sonts :feIlinso
Mr. If., was the offi ce of" Vice President create(! ? w as sae"'tl n on h r ie N e utv see t d b call soon be m ade. W ~e do not contempllate at present a.lclts, tw-o lar aa, with threshing machines, a g 'rist .and
it tlhat :le mini p reside over the m meetings o f this Ho uls? i epe pe, a d e p c al fh s r s o ~ o et no e any, great or costly road, such as it lwill oacupy a long ,aw m ill, with olood h ,uses for m a uag-ers a ndii laborers -~t lRichard O'Brien 1-1 D avid B. O gden
Nu, Sir. If tiltih!ail beef) the Case, we Shlould be left, ya uaioteei'uc oepbe x cnperiod to complete; :il!(lisht we ask. or-look tfo', will ex- well posted fur each purpose, and .q.1 it good repairll~al O'Donnell 2 Mrs A -N10verstrect
like most Other leirislatiivu bodies, to arppoint'our own s, i es yandiiterisserod cedfelanborsn dostaes, osethesoraect tmaoyreaesidivitdith ro" lbor r T e tactma\ be ivi edad\lntereoa, ,'itosevearrMlsohrn Orrer
presi din g" officer. T he ('nnst 'tuti <:n had nlt view v that h b r e oliis o e s m o tne, da nger \' ere it aitlitt e Of' war, i nd ee.d, w e .should not plilr s and w ill be so d:sposcd of if desired. T h e pay- P
Il'he proplosition of the 1houorable, gentleman frnno hn Fs mhinng te' nt0tisaseso e ro-ent of the purchase moncy tmay be made by inst'ill-Aaroin 11 Palmer :3 -%I's Pences
"onijo,,'it b-) .:ailed tupon, lin certain eveii~s, to exercise the ,Sot Caoia Ir IiY r)1rT.sad hd m ny hnk fsoe p yng h m;btiis-t esn of r-
lfi ,rh and im portant functionseol tile chief' executive m re S u h Ca oi a.M r l ..:) 'i ,lud n a y found peace, and no detriment call arise to the p public m ents, w ith a very liberal er eb t, i~o be a agreed on at the IM iss Eliza bfethlk hilips H um p hr-ey Peake
grisi;- le. [-[elnce, it pro i dle d that lhe should be voted t r r a o storfo~e d t u h re w s o eirold Ilsh/n safety v or interest froin doing it. lt fact, tile road m ust tim e ofsale. T he furniture, -and the stock. ofevery kind, .1 -A .-lP! t eron. e er t 0h n
as I'"...:}d eurt of'the United States, front al g li te call- betht lTindlct, n hihll c nthnoiyel hs b nad inths ayornot atli;t brtiIlcunry stooty e ol \Rtithchad.rdi Powellery, 2ar14oel, D
d d % s ot th t h ll c l cto l assent It provides that, w hen tile c choice is not e tll cte~d s a Ie y ettled, tha lt there is not in fi e trritory :ct p o-h I have al so i'br sale another tract, of rather m ore, than L o nP rcvlG e r e at n
.01-1.1rvdd' ssh)wsf .athst ]ifs bisusellce"illhithe governmentn, feet~and staesthe peletrs, at cthir fishalloting"intheirrnrespectivellpla~tinn, eitlcerlin sufficient. number, or of tihe p,'ope 700 acres, .3 miles below Milton, with-in I el'the river, onl Patil qnilnn RlirQue
the chief' reason of h s fa-p,)intment, was not merely to sall s, the o we f r :(eetigprp se --halfbe'a onvretunedt lontenkilnd, to accomplislh it. its northern side, which lies well, is or good quality, well R
Conduct tillt, de'tbee'lOnt place.or heioul d tbes thoe, sh'tic be orvtundi,,for it Mr C"lEofennessee, ,wished to kow romtimbered and waet~rrd, and has a.valuable vein of litte hivsT'Rcl12Ta-lto11Rjls
eer ~ dcin ttheheGovernin,entdeieai might be arrested in eh(:idst of'p c, tI 'nulb h sm poruiy tr ile og'eutlelnian, Nwho objecetc. to this emplollyie'nt of'' stone passing- through l'l. This tract is, divided into twoTlo:Sme esaw].eh .eudaitnphMF
h fis career, b v the ,arm of death ; Sickness m ig'ht tdes, try tli~g lte, cad c rrp i n, a d th eI oe ny -tile t troops how they eoidd be better em played ? 117c thrmls, each h vil oil it -"t dw selling house, very com m o r e e c I iyI d v~ l g
hIls faculties; the visitatioma of Proividence. in,]ighlt pros- os \tih teaneetonb h tos f cr-liave hall, nnot Ioni,,since, ta.stillcxperience to teach ts dious for a small family, with necessary out btuildinl.ts. John ROSS ,Inla a lhiinson
(rteil u~n isitelcta pwrs;hemgh e setatives. NMr. MIILLS Befrg'cd lardon of)'tile Senate taif'inot eln ph~ved in sometllin.t that is usefull, they (;rdit will be given fin thits tract if) like manner itsfor .on".hrsn5o eeh( lv
.for fa r ,,qpf)renlt trau!gresslon of' tParliamnentary rtule, by
not byiiec net orv lnaiy rtr frm isI will soon enip hoy tlheniselves lin what is nmischievous. the Other. Persons inclined to purchase, will address 'Mrs ,AtillRovial Dvnuiis Randi
ltr~luolls duti-sliIn eitherdofahese evwhich lie ehad.tiieeeveno
-A __ (: I~'y-mt --t .- adm I ,---eed ---some Ind-id -a!,-a-d te v.2 orn r), ops.io xr vniduenh--hli hd t.-dt Ie 11" 'o a,,,-d lnr hat ser ice filltheyn to e nus, if we JAMES MONROE. m- A '4A P "'I.-


jo M.let Iu, a sa d, toly pevpriednty to the dc h l m od l '')Tn ht h) e A loeter, directed to theFak touth thel ill. He w'ats decidedly of opinion that no better silencee 1,th street, opposite St r "'c o'el. Cthdriie lelhhn William W lkcr
ofelc tion, w as no t h o pl vr, o t o de ,. o soletya eo, h p bi* t attpcld eMa of t S Se .r e i S. n de .t.r mm
rcsoh~',antlevoce(T eprinc, utit\esiulvPot fic, ir'hi wiltb anede o rbit. ue biulb benwade f thel pulyicopnnie ifiltt i>ethaet ap t Reiec iltitet p it. AI S.1 SL;OTT.e Cat.t: r tiem' W T v~on3h l)l \Vkn s
r oningd dthe voice or experience, butitwas iul Oce iiN.1AwN N. d ANET. to roads, canals, and internal improvements. We could jan. 5-dSntlat as ri.nr' Wph 'byo
confirmed by lhe prospeul ot the iuture, and especially C whper co. V-. june' 23-Nitf* not leave to posterity a better inheritance. Col main 1 Wiples *h Mrs, AIi\hood
b3 the ppaosect imuediately b.fborthe nation. AnM iec- --... MR. TIMBILE, of Kentuckv, said lie should be sorry IARDING. ooDl i S M orE Ph \
tion'.iis rapidly aproacig ; anl, altie.igl a co,s(ella- LOST IIATS were the amendment to prevail. The question of emn- our cntlemen (or families) can be acnumodated j.n 5-- I.
tion of worthies have be.n for montls., anm, he night ployingthe troops of tlie Uniled States in laboring-at with nice sarae ron., or si or ight gentllenn that -.
say, tiv y-ars, present< t. the people, as canlidal r.s or S.FFr.R by :a, exchange of Hats at a late party, publicworks, was one which bad bec ifrequently dicns, would i tog 'ether m.n,'ht r.:!w on bW i r '." tably en-
the P nit ral chir, w'ar single i:lividual has yet ,roposcs a general remWoration, at the Intelligencer l'sed upon this floor; a hnd lie believed the mind of l Con-t ,, r ta Pogcl.'l\o 1 (r"J;
been .ieriolsly naImedto fil tl otltice of Vice Pre,:s cnt? UNli. o "Tues.ay at 12 o'clock, rse nd of 'thi nation, was made tu on its propriety. I ". .l Oibff, C mo'.r*'t,;.- r;di ;, vr, *, '(,, : th,,'.
W hile no small excitement e:ists in the public min d in i jau, ;3. a2t *J- 2 "* "- I o -" Ap a. .