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Title: National intelligencer
Uniform Title: National intelligencer (Washington, D.C. 1810)
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Language: English
Publisher: Joseph Gales
Place of Publication: Washington City D.C
Creation Date: January 8, 1824
Publication Date: 1810-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 1580 (Nov. 27, 1810)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in June 1869.
General Note: Issued daily: <Vol. 38, no. 5420, (Mar. 1, 1837)>-v. 38, no. 5423 (Mar. 4, 1837).
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Vol. XX. V. WASHINGTON; THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1824 to. 5-..


PUELI.SI;!t.) )Y GALES U SEATON, .I._GHTEENTH CONGRESS. claims upon the --"-rnment for property captured by from Jackson, by way of0 Hayvood Court blouse, to Gib-' COLUMBIA TYFO... .Ai.HICAL SCCIF-TY,
rTuE *"rI.Is A \v:E::: )icii:;i *Tin: sTs umr OF cUo.iRHESE _foreign nations, ., ,'. Fie considered it the duly ot ;a son Court House ; also, from Carroll Court House, by i
.A.V "rT.;!C'e; A ,i.ir.K IN TnH; nIFUr..iS. .. nation, a duty which it owed to itselfand toils citizens, to way of Gibson Court House, to Ui(-r Court House; *r. ,,
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Price, jera ;' -, -- i. dola-rs? TUESDAY, JANUARY G, 1833. |exert all the means in its power to obtain recompense for also, from Paris, Hcnr couni by way of W eakley Court ^r a ta, l'.d1i SeI t; o :OCii, ;(.'.
For '"* l __ ,-*un doian miPa'vle "' advance. private property captured by other nations--but, when Ilousr, to Albion Court House, Tennessee. the thiMd instanlt, the iicwi;]g i. -. we"r,"
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IN SENATE. lse means had been exhausted, the nation was no lon- On motion of Mr. PI'NCE, it was elected i)or t!)e ,nsui., -Par :
..... .....- ,h. JOHpSON, of' ouislana, pesentedthe petition of ger' bound to .wthhold from the completion of a treaty,. Jiesolved, That the Committee on the Public Lands Preid/n't. 'A:" i" -TTT-.O.Ca.
a'nV us Mauro, of the state of Louisiana, praig, cn- teru -o poide payment for all claims tor property so re ins-r icted to i ,Hire ,,to the cxpedi, cy of ", "ice -/ri;dnt, JUI:An L',.., No,
*>(/..',.^ ^ ^^ ...,, jJ^' ^.W ^j ^ irinationi of his title to a trac oflaind. Referred to the captulred, &c. itlle nl'i t of pre-emption to o, a q'uarter scr't'on I ....,,"* ^.i .t >...I o~ i ^ ^Ktit O h n.S I I oni e efci ihtem eadd w ntecint f "re nti -a"o ni m ~ i c i ni:OM Sli..
Cormtioofhstte e to aubli c t J f anns ReerMtote r. SMITH[ coincided perfectly with the rule laid downs in thle eounty o{" Parke, h the elat- of hIdiana, upoa I Serelar?/, 'i:ool.Ls H : ...
'V: D AYIfn.. Y, JANUA Y 7. Mr. J;,NS ON, of [Louisiana, submittedforconsidera- w!ereV h member fro n N." Yolrk--bnt,l ad g dtlie considered b that, lwat't to locate the sa t ni sall,..e fo s ce peiou ; tf erea.mr, tles s ovie.-O.
ion, a resolution instructhg the Committee on the Post. make restitution for property capturd, and afterward's the public :tads in said county be nf o-ered to"r snale. tert t 4...i-d :,) t o'her ,'i the, \.
Te ......th of .....y.-We Ocave alre. Oif n os os toinq0rehto ti exptediency of our government ]lad consented, or a valuable consider- The Hotlnse then passed to Order on *e )-. .. ty a.i... o Ciy As y R .,
mentioned that the l Eighti of Jannaary was to be aklsonvile, in thestate of Louisiana. o,. to strike out that article from the treaty, they .which was the unfinshed business of vesterda. ad, af- or t ; :5 r,.i ngl, l0 inti A-n-
celbrated at Baltimore bv a splendid Ball, to ,\!r. RUGtLES, from tih Committee on Claims, re. "'ere bound to compensate the citizens Iaving. such ter some observaons of' Mr, CAMBI"'LFG, the (o"- versa"ry e" PR ilii-ogn. Ailter- p"ta ",; v,f a.
which Gen. JACKso.: wais to *e invited. He has ported a bill fo" the relief of Joseph C. Boyd; which n u.s .t 1 1to t nis ay w f prev ARBOUld, lo postpone-the ulee, h],e Whole, on tl tor a he relef c." Pene- |,p.st pr'ared lor t occ E100, at wi;l were
been invited accordingly by a very neat Letter read, and passed to a second readin. m the Comittee on L m the orders of the rsen, as ,, chit. s n :rniec f the
from Gen. 111DGELY. I 10 Utl Ch n or 00 Ptl, I lC th I 'bm' ^ hie r. 1S, frIm th e :te, r Af..rs, reported tlhe bill further to extend the tihe of day previot0 to the report of the Comm littee of Elec- ln s. T an a prp w
Meeting, w\hi'ch was presClnted '- G'eln. JA.,KsoN. bitt, without amendment, alowngt hall pay to the widows asm, e.Zphtans of those thons, on He claim of a ar e.lo Adams, c o the sea; ni ;in were'" 'ee "v-,l .C,. .c .., c ",(r "- Rb-c
in person, by a *lepn.ti,;<:l .-.F -.% -ri,,' tile [anal-i Mr. *l.L.:'?Y1l. of Massachusetts. pror-ep,<.; ....e ...- Thelav die d nat th en ii sdjo rned. v.^ ~ a~e d e T.e ltrs e tino1o mte tlhe<. rl~a^ !^ -.....^ V oe,n Mr, p-l ull .,;:"* IA^-;,,< r. '",!.* ,* e :.- :h.e" .^ *;"'" .y re-
ge.'s. t'o fl^ ; :!. 't.Ti ;, :. :'. .,,.; (..;-nie,;L r, l of >i.* er,*). ,.,,..,a respectable merchant of I'oston, -I' Senate'I' then adairned.thatrepse we.t[ntothencourse of the evV.g hoe Mr. I u.K y.E A d *u ... :o'. < ,* T,,,-.a t
following anst" er : stating" t]hat, il. I -, lie loaded a vessel exclusively with [The cts ofthis c te c condensed from w e dr evening, ic fooin T ss
,Olltn~~~l.,a~~l~u __ ~tle produce of the American fisheries, for Marseilles; I..tcsothsonsldEeroodeedfo ed k
WV surr CTOx Crrr, J-cc. 21st, 1823. 1 o 1 e ,1 n i e, f Tsnrec OUS OF REP T ATIVES. a pretty losg Report o the C-om uittee of Elections, are wlrlids.nkr
Smn : T asutre you it would afford me great pleasure, on ag the It the vessel of spoken bi OLe 01.1. Tl'he Dav: TAm n f rstIy:ae in were itinm power to accept vour polite invitation fo a Brit sh vessel of war, and, on entering the harbor of A message from e President of the United States, Conllessionl Distict otofthe St."u New York' Isaac m9t "hsr""i' 3 eM,,.-" ii,,.v,;,e."
the 8th of January, presented to me this day by General Marselles, was taken possession of by a French national received yesterday, was read, community a report c lates Tie Art of rustin"g : It r'*'"s* hav'* |en traded. h.. (,'e,-,7
Hinder. Messrs. Rigi;, Hlowars, and Hollins in behalf ship, and both vessel and cargo were condemned con- from the Department of \M ar, on certain contracts for ,, son ass. Tar eior.ed w eturne osi g e -t border of supicr..itiou, :, e cr : a.,w.;ty <-w, the e*rr, rs ,. ,ta-
of tder eizens of lahimore A n e oll n trar to the itaith of treaties, and the law of nations under canno..... a.1 cannon s.iot ; which report had been called nd ,or a'rss IT he. o r a e r a h re-
nes tlh e hz sospt alti more ad r eood lte ct ionot e the nd-d b tle 13crlin and Milan" decrees- issued after the s i n' of" fo,w v ... v ,oe ,o the rl-lu,,' som da^','[ s since--whucli on{ c.ied 2:*',09* votes wh lst P rme l Adas tha 2077 t 3. *l*.;aklb : Hi woa3 ,""*^ "**1/;*0-zc* n & ,:".-.' ,' c 1" 'e ".*o-
her citizens toward mte in 1819, wh,.n asult of avin ays hel mayeentild pa~sCnr to recve, and tshe ma liin! ^^ ofCkPEtfomteCnnle o rv ew Mr. Wilson wwas returnedoli on the t~e ruo that in^^^ uc g. t,^a^ingd a : _4 ^^^oe l^ ofs,".ir "t ,u'e; 'ho1-e" Ji,, ,
lent i~ndl were attemp)tedl on1 mv -,d chaacer a^ aK^ treoh'^ noe 'r APEL -ro ,h .*- t'iy e tono t^oa (5 votes were returnedZ {'re sittng- schilaiuo; tln'row i1to shub all ':h ::;, 1;" .]"*-".
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t?-.:" endeavors m ad e in m y country '. .. .. n ,,., are not for- L1" sl" t f6 1 .... c o l m t ^ S" LiI and C lahns, made an u n fatvora ble rep ort on tli e p petition m enmber, w hercas the tr n, e ,, m ber g iven in f or' him w as 5. r'he P r, .si l<.nL eor lt Uh- d IL ,1 ',..s ;,M ,, ,*, id i ',-; n
S-ottene nor will they be forgotten. There arc reasons, lie ions. e oh Jesse s c h was ltid on the table. 4.5 vots. The s tung member as a set-onffor this error shall be ncised in the ,.,m huse," ,,y :id i! h,-
'owtver, nowlclat this tbne, place it out of mr poweao Ar. DICKEISON presented the petition or a. greata| Mr. CAMPHELI., from the same Commr'ec, slated (whicih is fully made out) ofilers proof of 12 votes which mortalitv he, n BO "ll displai!d, as lo a nu, *,.,,**:;,.
to accept the invitation which the citizens of vour ciit number of the citizens of the states of" Pennsylvaa and he was instructed by the Committee on Private Lands to liber the netitiner r'ecei\-ed more than he was entitled 6. The United States of Amer,'..',., ': A s/w. *,.o ,,,.;
have been pleased to extend toward me. Official du- New Jersey, sayingg an increase of the "lTrafl. Referred ask that they be discharged fr'om the further considera- to, or the lettin.ed member w.s not allowed credit ,or m"y it never be o-verranby the minion of,'.espu l mo.," rc!d
ties, which are imposed upon me by tle situation occupy, to the Committee on Commerce and Manuthcturs I tion ofthe memorial of D. Coxe, and the accompa. on his side. The cmittee ofeleetions report that five by ldoyee.st.e ollisv. >.
would alone deny an acceptance oftthe invitation present. In purse" nce of notice given yesterday. Mr. EATON nying documents. As a reason for making ths request, 7.tes sh .'ldee dct or flam t- "-h A,,y an,,! Navy : A dou}.de colmn or m,,,onal de-
ed ; but, in addition, I have become previously engaged asked and obtained leave to introduce .l bill to revive ,e said, several members, of who he was one, !ad re- vtes shourd, fhe dedpetetior err from the tnnb ofrAttic" t.ne--their clam to their court's gr' 'ude requis o. ir-
itt]inscity on tlhe eenin of'tlie 8fh, which two causes and costnume in force the act providinf compensate o evdsvrlltesfonM.Cxit~atinn for badvc Thsdscn oeveratil letters lrom ar Coxetv intmai- 8. baduuio Thisee inder'" thtl,. to T.lma *h'; n
eombhaedl will becnsiee by y^, ouI [ hp,^ a"e stoficin the Seeretarn, of tie Senate, the Clerk of tlie House .of ;not reque~sed *any person to Inin"- Ilis ch-iirn before t~er ro nteopoiesd sddctedl o \LIsi cM n m ,i ,yoiite aote ,'sp.ri,(lv--Mitsn enfitsr tbte w.. t o'el irnhlic hcu, ;.. em;.-
comon~dttil b co sicre In,101, hoe, suhcin present ittives, andthe Clerl s tunder them 1 *ile bill h u *\P\1'11t "*. l ;m "''trh ro n h poiesd sdeutd toevt popri-a t e, isb reycrna't l,^,!.ce
npolog-y for" an omission on rny part to comply with the ^p] t -' o 11 bIl Con 'ess, at this session ; that he na w "t';drawr, Irs over the sitting rneomber. The committee therefore re- r'y see/o; of tlee(^e,,i,l;e. ""-
polite request yon have made. was read, and passed to a second reading. ] vouchers; had sought redress in the courts of Louisl.ann, commend to the House, to eject Isaac Wilson, and ad- 9. Ihe lReli',lhe ofSouth America : -a- they .-.,/.;e, df
I pray you to accept for' ourself my best wishes for Te bills from the. lin4.11 i'-^ *", ''I'priating a certain and that hc did not wish any step to be taken by. Con- :nit Parmeno Adams to a seat in the House as the He- lw the c./,.y. ibded then, by lle North, an.l be e,,]leit t.
your health, and to tender grateful acknowl.d ofo o .. Hlfmn, of the gress in relation to hi, claim. preseilve m te 9h District bfr mentioned repel tl cm of upan :.t.
inents to the citizens of Baltimore for the distinguis'-ed state of ldiana, authori-imn the laying" l out fa blih road Mr. C. said, among the cases referred to the Commit- pTereserta of t he c together wfoh t!>e whole 1. T G )e.sTh b *n'ndi- reeeds t,,,cI,, to tfe ..,,..l.t t].at
eonorittich, through you, they have donegme. through the Tlrritorj of Flor.ida; and for the rehefi of .Sa- tee, there was a memorial of Mr. Cox, dated in 1820-- of the testimony, w's read, and the question hemi" on they are oft:e same jount wlth the h.r,,.3a of ;* : :,,,h,,ld
obe nie" whiconor to be, with hreat respect, your most e W -aton,' wer1e se aly reld ,. o that thIer was on fdie no proof to support hIs claim, hu coin rrJ cwIth the first resolution of the cmnni itre:pae eop,, L
obedientI ar hservant,hoo to be wit gra rep ,yu most Thie bill from the other House, .jar the reh~efoi Loudon, mch. in< ended to invalidate it. He hoped tlhe Commit- viz :" tht I' ac Wslln is not entte toa sea i n ths 11 1)* s :" **e t'r**'t/**'*"",, "Ip'*c ws.:ler-H
ANDREW JACKSON Case, was read the third time, and rAtss"', tee wouhl be discharged. Hs,,e" --may her second ."d ,,o revi.'*...
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Gen.Cin-r.Ts Rinars r, of Iaf ton, 1Te resolution offered yesterday, by Mr. LLOYD, of| Mr. 1 R|ENT opposed this request, and contr -nded ',e TO\IION, of I.entoc, moved as nn amen-1 it Theeholy be/n,"noccedit 1d, corop dis'!"of *,y wthr, m'*ea
Chairman Massachusetts, proposing an inquiry into the expediency that, as to this claim, it was the duty of this se o .san amennt thtle kniochedinto p., adn dnaiributed W sy t!. .-,rlaew
Coa,,,,Ran of the Mhtana3"erR. bf cauig 0am s e o eest ro n ute f' o i a to decide upon i It had bee;1 reported titled to a seat in this House. [)n this and the subsequent 13 The F :. Sex: Whenrd gidedeby vi'tue, di oh er "'or t
Thotlgh) the R~epublican, ,whom we present- navigable communication between B3uzzard's Bay and ,o f'o" ,ar s ,.>^ 'rod the fin' 1 deision h 1 been *F ld d' l3a,"to-1I"C['1t~ lc h; ^ 1 h ;:,~ 'e f^b ite ~ f.r-
1 1, al l o r T ce I 11," eblo9t1 5 et e hatc)lwdvit... . .. ..sof qu e ,o s on tle saeme gene al stbv t a d l ate arose of Ceeation predue-- no p ral e t h oumL ,
ed in iur last, and tie "( Radical,"* who appr ^*^^Baws giearsd.~u ,'taea2 an agrehed') to. f l,.d l" r to-da~y, ca mne to) our ofice together, we [lave sep- ^^^ .- ,; ', .. "r^ L'.: ^ s i n sw r heh back^ fi'mn ::'k~et, t ll e fie 1 th l quetion hals not et beeh decided, we defer tile By Ge n. Roger.-- n.e rm he rs., ,,t" :he Coht,.,. "2',no-
arated then for this time. e hope they will Senate all such acts as will expire before the second ( u.I hut thap shtu bon^It suu.ary statement of the deptate unts we can ncle graphical S.ciet,:""itl,....r ,,nt.eir sho, notpreen .. c. t
not, in the warmth of the discussion, lose the week of'the next session of Congress; and to report, i ; nnvesligi ati. ofiDpl believe there wa., a sh.o'. (" the whole in one view.] This amendment was subse princiiles for the1 ate of condaut, they . candor andd command of temper which are so be.. the first week of each session, all such laws as will expire equity in the chtit, Mr I. wonld act otherwise but irstl wrsluthiown, ns ro the question heong taken on the all Buemlpts to amn -a 1 on ttred.h
corning in political and all other controversies, before the second week in tie next succeedig session !know.in,, as he did, that he claim was illegal, and eli eliev- s, as caerried in Ple "iffi-m l.tie ei- ayes 1 39. bes inhieritaC.-
A c o rre sp o n d e n t a t C u m b e rla n d o n th e P o ta d ep a tn e n t tr om w ln c h th e sitn rm ati o n s oo u ld b e re q u lr- p ln hnee, rst n i tI to p-_ ais i e nd to t tP a r e no A d s is e nt itle d cto s e atio t his to tan t eo.N Y T f ee rorin idable only
nnae, writes to us. thathe has prevailed on a ci- ed. Some members thought it appro rate to the De- H ie admitted, as a general position, that every pelitioner HouBy e i r. Ag.--The people and the p:ess-_ecessary t, each
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tizen of that country to take two or three boat others o ....Committeeofthe Seoie Messs A )'c >1 t i ulraw e sis p "oe tre.. ... h. re wO e- PO, o* KOMPSON, of Kentucky, moved to amend the tbierle of tai plehe ru"f/ ,,;olds it,,., ;ght. ahea li t,-
loadsnfdthePOTOMAC COALtoGeorgetown and ELLIOTT, 1ARROUlI, [IOLMI,', or Msaine, I"IND- ] .. .O NSON of K. r.. .d the roiety resolution by inserting the word l"nt. and llrivileges ofuh t'e res.
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the City of Washington, which, according to his LA., S.ITH, HUGGLES and MILLS, severally re. discharging the committee from the consi, io o)t"his rie. ad WILleApt, f N C. movpd, that the committee f,); we nt o. The Peofeion o01Print .,.- M, h ,; nn-
calculalion, ought to arrive about this day, if it mark ed upon the subject, and the resohttions were claim, Mr Coxe having rested t, the co;'ts l faw fi Noes 1 "epot ess, wc was lost-Ayes 68, l t ,' e .
have not already arrived. It is ]ump coal, he len mtim cor If L 1,S, of Mal e, referred a d.cionn of i, and withdrawn it from ,h. ,louse, ke. w e.uon bei g ^k.n on the a-.ndment. (which ^ ^ 1' ^ il;,.
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:;ys, an, if ciuetv handled, >.ill 1)b founn U> Tlhe following resolution, submitted yesterday by Mr. ccir i "' l''1 t "" ""** ar -- "*" dechares that Parmento Adch:,,i .:-d .:Goto se..t,) ri.pto
be or an excellent quality. It is, at this moment, KING, o,' Alabama, was read for consideration: lMlr RU'. \N wN, from the Committee on tlhe Jdi it was decided in tie negative-Ayes 7 Noes 11. By Mr. Haghton.-T he cause of lihert- in Spn: -,,,ad
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a nutter of som e importance that ilhe quality of esohled. That the Committee on Public Lands be cir, oe a titllt :r at^l' h;,ci ["co l re st'co : t r' dI tle C m itee of 1l c" otate n "los'f"" inv. .. .. l". ,ro .
the Potomac Coal should be fully known. If a instruct ed to inquIre into the expediency of extending ,en.,/r,;,,a, and for other purposess;" which was twice t o ioasso i he rmatI," Mr. r'-e..-- re memory ol B..nj.,in ,.ak';' i ,Ie
.C. Ianal navigation were substituted for the present tpritionsoo tre 1st and 4th s tiOns oi an act, passed read, nd onmittc., ns' to A cb nm "t \he whole rose and re p1".( ( ) .o0- .i r is m i 'l v.fiant I t. *" F '11' "'* "
defective and uncertain vision our ou .ese 2 March, 1821, tor the relief of purchasers of public hMr. WEmasEa, berom tle Committee on the Judncta- nteoi ,- :,otio l sonofts: eM. PI I Gin:ls lie. has bcen ..,/.o. he -
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u e n g t on, Our )res- lands, prio'to te 1st of July, 1u so as to enable t ole rv made an uIfi v.rable report 0, the petition of leter p ec7oidingly ... try. "is name tints the1eadD@" l:ie i tc tille !';- ur
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p on aen t say s that coal of this d description cou ld 0 holders of certificates, on w which an extended credit ihas I' I ackso *a y n '. ob r n ttr a hz tion ,) n hi I the o i thse o l t .te e C O C K m ovel to th e the report lthe l."] \I Septn.] T., .ca din g e th e re "t- tide ate
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tbe furnished at from 15 to 18 cents per bushel, been allowed) to relinquish the same, or by making 1v: otse cn eb in. tuaation, wsich the a the committee of the whole on the table; and, the 1 saton.-Thcno of de press. Mayitanniae
delivered at the City of Washington, to supply cash payments to receive a deduction of 37i per cent. on Mr. NEWTON, fro m the Commitee on Commerce, TIei i c re in ve e. ra.te orator of the evening: is
every townon the ast of the Alleghany oun- f mrks from Mr K statitherov eorted a bill for te relf of l'aa Collier a t The question being on the second resolution, needs revision.
tains. The beds are inexhaustible. o fthr taw r g prisons others which was twice read, a/ committed. l Mr. WH EI' moved to amend the report, by striking Br Mr. Coo,],per,Jr.-Tledepanrted heroes ,fthe : buevoh,:on:
a eitako Thete liberty to recommend to those oesectin te proposed to be extended, the Mr. LITTLE, f'om the Committee on Pensions and out all that follows the word Resolved, and substituting distribtedin their proer boxes, may their jurms h'e lited in
We tak th ibryt reo en otoersutmwsagree to Revolotionary Claims, made an unfavorable report on the the follong glorious immo'talit'.
Who keep public and private boarding houses, to The resolution offered a few days since, by Mr. petition of Margaret McKcon; in which the House ..Th. ..the c.se of the contested election of Isac B Mr. Gales.-Tie Presidentof tis Society, Mr. Jrr.
procure a small quantity each of tis coal, to the SMITH, in structmg an inquiry into the expediency of concurred... Wilson Pmeo Ad ms it i dou r the ei- .' aw Our ardent hopes I,". 1s recover, ; out apIR..o-
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nd t i-at fair trial be made of it, and not without exploring, by thle olngineer Corps, the county between Mr. EDDY, from the same Committee, made an unfa- ehch, w aho oeUht to have been rettrled tile mem ,er to b.. ohii. .te w, .rove .teR,4.
i,.,,. ,] (. ,, ii~n the Alle.ghaniy and Susquehanina rivers, with a view voraibh. Report on the petition of Malry Treadwell~which file- prsn Cn grs 01111o0nate 29CIr~iit n cogesn alds-.Be1 0 j^ ^,nceitiobt .-Ivthe i Csolumbia 1p;,-aiia Sit v -
hope that it mlay serve to warm the hearts of some lto their colexion by a canal, was called np for eonsi- was dhto th e pe eadwellwch te present Congress, iom the 29t congressional ds- i vo e ,|j .. ... ",:, tl, ,,
who are at present cold, or at least hike-warm, deration. Mr. FINDLAY submitted an amendment Mr.B IPH-II,, from the Committee on Roads and o'it t teci stete ofNwYork ndl'believing na no mn f ro,. sucr caes as ,i,,i,..a ,trte them.
towards that greatest of all pending projects, the v which he afterwards withdrew, and oyered in the Canals reported a bw ee th he amednmnt e Ir l opt o exercls th h rable sati Re- I a t s Kraer.-G'e: A C lf t re-cat i he
Ohio and Chsapeake Canal. form of a separate resolution. Mr. KING, of N. Y. Cals, rep ot ta Hos wo cthe andme"nt yesrodfay presentative ot the people, by virtue of a vote short of a old matrix-may it never be immsied upo( by T*'Ulih t, vraits
S. b ordered by the ouse, M or c til tt'oa /'o,, clear majority of those given at the polls; and believing, nor town into pi hv intern sq,, et.
"ade a w T bevU a tI Rions, lHIChw1 we I R e not abe to. I) lt/,h Con 11 i f tile Io (e 1 c/ A S"I, il ,, ,',rfit "lalso, that the people ni tlt di sr i ct e i colpetent, af Bo mh'. I'.sh.--mte \\'rep rted1 stti r- 7 7 vo i.
On the 13th of October, loaron HB Db NFrUVILoeh, fear distneOtly, bStt understood ]imto be opposed, in / A which was ordered to be engrossed r a ohi, o' littot dle ot anlof rrct comreturnt-of the C oh a-.bia. acer,. e te l, trIea .r o
Trench ambassador at Lisbon, gave a mago ificent bal principle, to carrying the policy of making roads and third reading. T'herfore, resolved, That the seat of Isaac W ilson, be 'ide to one l'eople and the admiration of all.
in honor of tie liberation of the King of Spain and i- canals, from the public flnds, to the extent contnpla- Mr. .IIICER, from the Committee on the proposed th, men mber returned flom the 29thi congression al di's- By M lr. Huit.-De Lafai.tte : May fr, esh, breezes soon wit
nugust family. iHis Rloyal Highness, Don M.igue, ofi" ted by this and sinular propositions. Ohio and Chesapeake Canal, to which was refer, red the h vacant. him over a smooth sea, to the land whose liberties he nobly
F'ortug'al, was present, withl all tihe corps diplomatique." The resolution was agreed to. letter of' William [I. Jones, accompanying a proof copy* "r itso'e:, tTlhat a writ of election do forthwith issue, aid,,d ro achieve.
-''-Z--1x_ m, Mr. FINILAY submitted the following resolution for f" Mr Shriver's Map o' the country through wlh tic o "e as y tea Airm OulrovTe aoe wofthe- ['e.ss cTh lover oth
LATEST FROM ENGLAND. consde^raionhat the Committee on Roads and Canals is 1,t pass, repred tie following reo esen : "o isl ll wo t"-tlw es c bt
'l'-YOhe, Jcto b n. tacke on thws amendment, it was lhy M r. ,lubv.--Isahtt ^on s, authority outaen"etistory ofe
r- --be instructed to inquire into the expediency of rtquest- tires ,e directed to provide such charts, s.aps, andul oher de ued ion theneg k oatmne.sP rlt ;'bt'Ii Thma h aetury, the or, r y -o,
N''E w -fY o mK, EAN. 5. -IT he packet ship C orin- ing the President to em ploy a part of" th e Engineer (1'n t r for the se e a c m te s f the flus ,enerd dl. 1,T I the n neg ove d toiatend;the seconderesolu- and ,c('tivedistrcororctf emporer.
-hian, Capt. Davis, arrived on Saturday evening Corps in asceraining whetele it e practicable to make 11 instuction e e r s ay be, in d E i en moved to amend the second resolu- anBy edie.- o ,o e -eor y l ,
from Liverpool, which place she left early on the a canal navigation fIrom the river Dneaware, or sehovl- inent, ealculattd to facilitate the per'ormancc of thir te w ren the woI ; not.a Betohe the qr es- nanesbe a wa eh-a SZ ord CRe Pe ovtidermo
morning of the 25th of November. Capt. D. has lll, at o" nealr the clity of Philadelhian, by the city of respective duties. Mr. Foo lrn oved to postpone the decision till to-mor- spaish liber ty.
[-vo,.eerus wit rondo papen; to to evening of l' ]he rsltion waTeed t llv Ir. Atkiso:.-eA fiCarm, ln,,hOn ,,tweenthe U(I ", States
vavred us wIith Lonuon papers to tiee evening of canals, ti water of Alhgnany river and L ike r iead On notion o Mr J. S. 1A1!cI it was id ae 9, noes 87.o a d a i an 11 np l t nolail, in. te
1" IlOin-,ato allow:.dinetior fthater refl7,tlienladedhit veselaexclusielydwithe[thlhfactsio' this sopteored Electon,"condenedffromt"ga0inst t.e


























the ot that *month. to ascertain the quantity of water each connecting :M rea les Oled, "That the Committee on lthe P'ost'Oflice and I' le s e o e machi tions oflthe lloly Alliace.
OUur correspondent at Liverpool, under date of won f'urnishll at different seasons of the year, making Post b oads le instructed to inquire into the expediency And House a rourneu 't1. l CoyIe.-TIe ULnited States-n o'H-set .rinm eF
SNOV. 24th, says-" Since mi y letter of the a2d, pe an estimate of thel probable expense of completing the ofchangin', bl law, the route ol'the main western mail, -.ri, twenty-fours: May they loNg continue locked-l in the chase
tIcre is nothing new in the market, aind very lit- fefanalsrmesagefroely' "Presiotidn other necessary circum- from Staunt.on in Virginia, io the cit i.. I "F M RI DE JANEIRO. 13 Phaiips.-The Press- he pal a um of r iber-
t ;e 1 distances in r l action to thie o ect." Irl tlit tie. satidl ,.,om ,,itte inc naire, in" it re not ,,..i,,i F R2M K : a B y ts Pinl ien :lIte Iraea t he ben iotedregio s o "h- l -
tle ilnqiry tor esotton. 480 casks of inferior Ca- Mr. JO',NSON, of Kentucky, offered the folo.lntg c bl eto du th saiemadci ni ca l te ad b r the bnit rions o he
o na rice have been sol during the week for ex- resolution for considerion rote than that which is now pliursued. JBy the brig Dove, Girdler, which arrived at Eat aIo r leeily ers aicate the mi:re o1nimam ne. t-
p rt, at 15 to 16s. er cwt.; and 50 bis U. S. "Resolved, That the Committee on the Library be in- Mr. BeENT o-lfred tte following,: ",- A m i 4m d V f o Ri M
Pot Asvi s, at 47to 48s. structed to inquire into tile expediencyof providing, by Resoved, That the Report of the Lands Commission- 110ston, on the 1st nl'ant, in 46 days from KRio A sta in wa salx y. of our a:y hero d:s.
Iord tasT,., died at t- s.at of his brother in law, for the distribution of the Public Documents, Jour- crs in Louisiana, together w ith a!l the ex idence, p);|)ers Ja.ineiro, we learn thai serious events had occurred as fatal as the Upas o1Java. lo the approaches of Tynr.nv.
Scotla nd, on h l of Nveber il th 70tl rals, Reports and Ltws ofr Con.tress, annually, to the and documc a ts upon file in this House re'ative to the there. Lo i Cochrane arrived there from Ma- csBv Mr.hele'".-General Andl'ew JU.kson. he herro fn
f I, r tile u several incorporated Libraries wl int l' United States." claim of the representatives of "he 'tqns d, Maisn Orleansa T ir year el its age. Having been at sea, lie wnas Coin- The bill from tilhe House of repesenatives, for the re. i ouge to a tract of land in Ouacl:ta, Louisiana, contaiWn- rallham on the 10th of November. The Cortes lish, proves that his aal were well disItrirtI,'d.
pletely drenched on landing, by which he caught tiefof William Bar tlet and Jom .Srearns, was taken up as ing thirtv square leagues or upwaris, he rrferi'ed to the were in session on the 11th ; and during an in- By Mr. Neslhet.-our 'thv wo"ty Gues-s A. s'ic /ofa"rce.
a cod f hat brought on a violent inlalmatin ot in Cormit-ee ot the Wie. The objet of lis oill is, Committee upon private Land Claims a a e l, t. instructions a val al '.W d t ri ,may they not be loun
7he lungs, which in a few days put a period to his to gr'ant the t)ounty, to two fishi Bvsels belonging to to report thercon with a view to th.- final disposal of the teresting debate on the liberty of the press and of i* the wroog boxes.
existence. 1 8 alymouth, Mass. which were shit.vreeked, and there- same." conscience, which was first moved by Signor Bo- A'"'"
An express had reached the London Stock Ex- ",; ostin oopl ts alt he t iw After snb e debate, the resolve as ordered to lie nefacio, the Emperor ordered out his troops, sur- At an Annual Meeting of the Medical Society
change, with information that the decrees issued trade. Mr. SMITH stated the view which the oemii- On nmrion of Mr. FOOT, of Con ,t was rounded the Chamber of the Cortes, dissolved that of tile 5t January, 18l4a the City Hall
by King Ferdinand at Aranjuez, on the, 1th, con- te. on Finance tok f this subject. Messrs. ILOVI), Resolvd, That the C ,.E ommitee on Cvolutionar;r Pen- bod s dS B fi a ot Moi e d uldthe following
ftaor a general amnestf for ti e rins/. with tle Ip- o rtg LANn.AN Rfr eILL dtocatee, an Messrs. sens La insirueted to inquire into IIte expediency of tvown seo' ia6od onew CIO, and tour otiIe i OlItcersa were duly elected :nrq e oit
option of cgrtaile individuals ssid to with ne e-d lOIEME, ` M ',m "Igande An'N, fOor b>ill; Ws5and, placing Walter Booth, a soldier of thle levolutionaary ar- Deputies, and committed them to prison. President-Dr. Charles Worthington.
cotept. n o .ranidvdassi o1enmdootion NvMrlL tMheyit as ald n th ta~ne, mIott ml'ense isi;wicnh], as laid Capt. R~c.. T ogwoh ensoruhl.ie1rsdnt,1r1EwrGt






























and a recognition of all the debts of the constitu- The bill for the relief of Smuel Gilbert was taken up n otion r. K, it wast. .TL n ho hadbeen so roughly ce sin Dr. ed, rcaus:,h.
ti(n:l! government up to the period of the depar- in committee of the whole Resolved, aThat tle fComittee on thie Judiciary be in- used by the Portuguese, has arrived at Rio, on his Corresponding Secretary-Dr. Henry Huntt.
ture of lhe ambassadors of hi e Allied Suveti.,-I)s' r. RUGyGLES, fi'om the Commttee on Claims, structed to inquire into tbe expediency of altering the way to his placeofnativity, near Charleston, S.C. Recording SecretarSy-Dr. Charles F. Wilstach.'
fro al! rid. In consq nce this intli stated that the bill provided compen.tion for property tie of holding the terms of the istrictCourt Illois. Treasr-.-Dr. William ones.
reice, Spnisl. bonds adv nced front 2 l to 37 tae b tlo tac heans, after they mlid been ,nlatmed On notion oI'lMr. H.AMILTO)N, it \'ash EIEPORTI" OF DEATHS Librarian-Dr. J S. Go ninell. s
Seil, Ocl. s.-The French have en.barked Great Britai; that, although te trie was boud, b and ostls dict i ito te ee ngton, d ng e ont of N. p. c ln in rB washington,
an lllinnunse number of pieces of brass ordnance treaty, to make resutution of the property so taken, fret, ncy ofcstaltlishittga postrottte flrom Waterborough, to December, 1823. Peregrine Warfield, Jos. Lovell.
both from hence aitl: Cadiz, on board th.' squi d- fIi. o motives of policy, the Governmen [lad seen f it to some point in tlh e vicinity of Ituckhead ford, St. Bar- Fever Thlomas IIenderson.
on in which the Royl Guard is to sail for Brest lease tem from the obhgauon to restore it. tllolomew's Parisl, Sotl Carolina. Also, into the ex- Do. Puerperal 1 By a resolution passed by the Medical Society, the
Some ofnicnrs of the oanll iih ua rtillers sti tore thir In t WARDS, or llcuetis, raroe some information as pediency of'e...l-hl".- f post route from Pocotaligo to ])o. Tlvphus 1 office of Censor" was abolisled, and the duties for.
vad oe otier f A the 1l ttrs of the treaty, by wtlch thie claila to this Hiskory Hill, '.... o ., .....r's parish, South Carolina. Pneumon a 3 merly performed by thie Censors now devolve on the
vale does not amount t.o less than 8,009,000 of property w i reltinquished. Oc motion of Mr. 0o11B, it was Dysentery 1 Board of Examiners.
dollars. This system, it is understood, they have Mr. CH'aNDLE. thought that this chim partook eaolved, That the Committee on Indian Affairs be Measles 10 By order. C. F. wILSTACH, Rec. Secretary.


adopted by way o riepayueilt o01 the expenses of sinewat o e tcot a great ,any others now be- structed to iqu ino the expediency of repealing an Croup r N orthinton the rmer Recordi S-
adotruted by quiryiofo he expdiencyof rehelingan Crop of*Dr. N. W. Worthington, the former Recording Se-
the war. A C ."gress, nd tat its passaKe might involve thel act, entitled AnI act making provision for the civiliza- Hooping-Cough 3 cretary, declined a reelection
Rest, Oct. The Minister of rine hs order llowa"c, 1 al e],is to Iroperty take t'relizes ieo of the eIndian 'ibes aoll.di the frontier settle- Dropsy 1 hr
Jar e t O W r w n has order-, AtCce United Stales, de claim to which wa afterwards men0s," la~sed on the 3d da; of March, 1819. Do. of the chest 1 --
ed tle dticharge o th e crews of several of th Ships of his Majesty, which are to be dismantled. Mr. SMITH thliouight the reason, advanced by the R s'olved, That Parmento Adamis, who contests the Cousumption 2 hotse of the Rev. San' elJ. Mills, PAastor of the ongre-
The levy of seamen, which was lately ordained, eintlmnan from ae, the very one which sliould urge election of" Isaac ilson, returned a nwmember f this Convulsions 1 national Church in Torringford, Connecticut, was total-
lhas also heen counter.liandeid ice alowance of tl,, chinMi. lie believed the Govern rLouse, lb perAmUtted to appear within thle bar, and be Old Age 1 y consumed, with all its contents. Books, nmianuscripts,
c'tersu"r, Oct. 0 -i" eistv h E wnint ougLK: to make restitution fr tie property of it elard in .,iuppoort ol hiis petition during the discussion of Ulcer 1 provisions, tfurniture-every thlling but lives was lost.
tO -l .hhbt 2 -11j y mi e tm-. citizHs srre dered by treat'. thte report of the Comnittee of Elections onil said Colic 1 The gentleman who met with this loss, ,he %,,s absent
0r, was on tlIe 1tit, at "uiczyn, to review the Mr. 1BARIV)U su&,d, itf the bill involved so inl orlan petion. .iat thle time,) is well known for Ihis piety, talenls, .,nd ge-
second army under the co.inmandd of Count WVitt- a princieic as that intimated by the gentl'.maii, froi On niolion of Mr. AIEX\NDE1)IR, ofT'Tenn. it was Total 34 nerosity. Hlie is well known to(, as tlIe tatlher o.'tle Mr.
-enstein. Count NessRlr'cde is rxpeIcted here iie, it ,,,gat nt to be acted upon by ie ena.e with. J vcd, That the Coinmnittee on Polst Oflices and Adults 11 --- Mills wliho died on lIns passage rom Afi-,ca a:tlu r Iis -I
o-moow; We have o doubt :' t sPd ad- utfther actionn. Hlie Ihcreiore ,oved .l s ospone- L'ost ito' be directed to inqcuite into the expediency Children 3 lo-s with ius (..ii. .... r. Hurgess, in xplm'ing tha
")Istment of all Orur w ave P *. *, with the dore d-,ent tothis day week. <, esi: blisning a post road r ardinville, by way of By order hBoard of Health. country for a plce suitable to the i urposes of th.
S t our r.'.ith ie ,Porte ,. KING, of .N, Y. remarked upon tie nature of McNairy Court JIouse, to IUnrdiman Court House ; also. jin t- Anmeic'm Colonization Societv.--! irt/; < .1/ior,















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S A 'Ll sA o f ,li t. t l;:(. ; : : '! 'K S .
TS 1h i:Nti;,e rV I .i, :-T\ii ('f inn:n led by
'( 'llllll HIl lul w. [ tlIoL M CllL t a f,-t' 'romt|h| l ., on
;;iis (;n ,"-ni'dav last, boundl to the Paciicc 0 i n.
:i i i ;! il, onhI ,,l r'l Mr I. ALLEN, .M ill.tei of the
Unitltled :-:;tl c' it) ill F t' expected to be ialjuiet at l-ea-t twvo
e. ycrs, (ie fllowip.ng authentic List of her ofllicers
_ma i;iac',c-ptable;to readers, and especially to
those r'edtlrs ,io l;.have a; personal interest in
them.
Isr (F (IrF0 i,,c, :Iis iachIed to the UnlitCed StIates' ri>g'Iate
L .', I r:) STA IES, Jamnary 4th, 1824.
.,ni':s. A.ns(. war. 'tI: nOIN.


lIs"u. 1 t and1 Icollon'odore Connecticut.
o 1,)lin l'A:rCi\al Licutlcnant Massaclhusettls.
'I Vilium K. l,Iatlcr dto Maryland.
izo'inu-s Ar-;stiroIll do Kentucky.
Josphl S,,oot do Marlainti.
i a An I'.hld" do New York.
Wn' G. Niiholso iI do Mar3 landl.
.JIMnes EKd !'n L.t. of .I:arines Maryland.
,John < artlon gsilihg master Massachusetts.
( "rg'e B,'aleIm Pluser Virginia.
John A Halcs Chaplain MassachUsettL.
Joiihn Fln.ihugl, Jr. Act'g surgeon Maryland.
I1enj. IP. jislr Surg'Yconi'smate New York.
"Ti tosL' 1. Iradner dto New York.
fedarid L...M. Kenrcv School master New York.
,j(Ahn lEtwr,ddge *- Clerk Massaclhusetts.
, S \Im. Ii. loimencr do l.assachuset .
H:>r\ 1). llnnicr do P nInnsylvani:.
Wil. H.. (3Calnplcbell do -larn land.
\Wm. 11. Kl-nnon( do Virginia.
Albert E Downes lo Massachusetts.
tGeorg'- P. 'pse, do Virginia
I'nry PinkneY do Maryland
,h inl E. lDsphain do New Jersev.
John Ulhoulln do Pennsylvalui.
,atniLl W. Stockton do New Jerse'v.
X 11i. C IL.arV'c-nite do New York.
r',\w. Scherm.Crhorn (do New York.
P. Fletcher hradllee do Massachusetts.
hl :as fT. Cra -n i do Dist. Columblia.
[awI',n-'c ?1 enrlPingL onll dou Peninsylvania.
WIn. E. h 11 ,t do New Jcrsey.
Henry K. Thlatclier do Maine.
Cih:.rles I;. lDavis do Massachusetts.
Charles H. M:Blair da Maryland.
.lbe)rt McDanliel do Dist. Columbia.
,I urnus loyle do Maryland.
A. A. Anderson do Tennessee.
Augustuls IR. Strong do Missouri.
\Vm. M. A. Moore do Virginia.
fWalter C. Outs do Maine.
Pedro C. Valdes do Chili (Santiago.)
WmI. F. Grymes do Virginia.
Chariles A. "'lThompson do Maryland.
.lainmes Evans Boatswain Pennsylvania.
Ilames l Eni-!naln runner r Rhode Island.
Charles P. Smith Carpenter Virginia.
Nathaniel B. Peed Sail maker Virginia.
D)avid Fogy Purs. steward Massachusetts,

011 T'lcsday week, one ofthe crew of the Frigate
Unitl'd Stitat.s, nalnied Levi Chase, fell from the mizen.
tn;) to tile deok of that ship, then lying in Hampton
Roads, w:is dreadftlly niang-led, and died immediately.
IIc was 22 years ofuage, and las a mother in New York.
Lileary ,.-.. -We understand that the usual
appearance ofthli Port Folio lias been delayed by the se-
vere indisposition of both the Editor and the Publisher..

On the d22 of January,
Thle Drawing of the Maryland
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-I-- Tkosc. Mathla, lisx;r,,alk, ..-. -M.AI Aji.LAM\UI 1 "NDIT R A N 'N AVAL LE TE 1 S.
,] is r H[llimat: Ti"'stenuky, his x in L.k, L.s.
l*> */it*nopi, b.. x m.k. -.. s. I.TT.l O THE ',l li- I | are ratfied il bein able to o.Iner the fie -
'2-'. _' ..-<-:', i Nocost A ,>l, hi x n::.rk, ,... J..A:1 lt ]o. i, :. llitilm :al testimonials ol'the value of M :,.
.ol ~n Hi,,,, l, ... l -r;,,inhian Co! .il:it(iol. ;!i letter fl the M. l-
"-*, .a(.... '' l ,k, C ol \Lt, L{ ,i', (e iI pr i ui (w. ith t (l dish.
f' ..'." ,-f ; -'"" "" : .: :'- 'it ',- '': Tu.kl'ske,.neb"l,, i% :inh'x n.:^''* ^" ll'. ,, o x n ,;l,. ..... s. '- 3, 1' 1, ) 4 .,n, ti hI vahie of ni of M r. (. L .. .
.." .t -'. |~ i| ^;. **- Erc ,;mchatimieo ), his x hna: k, L. I : iv ( tlj1 I'' \\ti' 11 *I11 *ll, l l" 1. h ( !- 01i.,1^ |, t.(),l t t l( i ( )Vi" l t .
,.. ll"II~ '^ -. --' ,'E ,o;eley, hb mark, 1.. s. |ate, I haye the honor to send letters from ,on.. of c ,,, ,, f lvtains :t irlse.ct for ?re" i erici.l -s .
l",l,Aili, Kilg. hi. nt ak, 2.s. ,)ur S.'nators aml .epre-entatives it o".nr.., c -t (,voaio n/, i their mi ,orl-n- { mni-
J.TMES MONROE, :,, .. a ckowhledgin," the receipt of II( t>he wreanblne ;i)li: of fiudll sprin'l ,s sp:i-
o- ]"~l~- X I, lillitmt~ts o.f- file tGellel',:d -ksl'}elllhly \'l.;t,,;,,It'llbl eat:;i
P .u r of ill. UNITED S-r.v is of Am.nI c.. ok.flo. ul', l hi x, hkiti of the G-eier1 1, "! e r e c! in' t,'1,- I1 eveV .he' ,,ll bIea t it the l mention,
S c/ / s i ,o l, r to wh om /!t-, e urcse s .s/ / A.. a:hl. t in, is x u,; k, X. lt. a C(;o,, ssion l atcuS. A i ab-uen col te ot lht.,o i t of Lt,' A 'A F ."
l r1iol;iefcio. his x mna.l:, m. s H hbor, from V ashin) ton at the time the tin. -
e,; '/(*'(r'[cing i 0 e S e ,iil..isc Ihuo, his tn,'i, :, s.i sa e arrived l, i, no doubt thie cause why anOw ;rs (',, er., i tut" M ., -.ws n-1: 1.Fv:rrI, t ';"ar
WVHEtt.AS a Trealy between the Hd ate I.:,!o, Mai, his x ,mark, .. s ;,'e not been received froll them. As t hef ill. F e
of Amkerica a ll the Florida tlrihes o( Indians was ,ontli k\, hf S ", m l :l'kiw com eto.,l hand, ie shall be sbiitd .to th ile- i r.ov, J:,.: 326, 1823.
Ins&, and co;cllu! S.pt.nv h.r, one t.hou.anl ,ciiih hu,' ;re' ahi, (,t !h:;, iX m' v rko .. v'Sterivay. I have the honor to be, \vth great !n". publiction,",a/ / i tr.;' f" nt Let"es sf Mho,
tw nt -th. at TIaep, on u n 'e k, i stlcni., h k li,i \, h l, ,.i k, .. s. r c :, vonr obedient serl ant, i:,i. ,i (.),,at I .in the ,ars 18 12 3 '-1 ,:he
the T 1erri ,f [,'l,Iridab bV Cm. issiAne 0 ilRki, c Anh his .. SAL;I' ST'VNS. '1.5." which I h1;e wO will donl the honor,. accept.
the ).r lilt V .arriors li" tie said trio's, on the pTir, and lmnhip, his x neal; .. s. -- t rit\ tle l names lind d .ds: oflnny bravc filiow-ci'!zcns,
in behalf of the sll -l (rib! s : whichh Treaty is in ialcix A il ith 1ila 1.,t: I :veto, acknoI.. s. V '.IsIN TUN, 2;tlh Dec 182, ), ; \ < h ',sn obdy s;jstL,ijcd what is enlph ttically called oir
(lie ,',uvi tl ,ol li, s u,.. 'k, I. .f. ,' ,t :e I h!avef l to, acknow],: ^"e lih l, cc..pt o;" y,,r ita- se,s ?I., / e,',fo. lir dependence, anl also lo i) fr' s], ,1.tlt-
(1, Volds followingi, to ,A t tat litad, hl. x mOk. L... vr th ,. 19;1 ,instant, covcr, n," a : rI..eoa nble d reso" t entic na trias ftbr the fltuore biog'p.erand histor:..
Awrci.: 1. Th'le uind(ersig :.-d' an.,L wv;riors, fo-r 1 (Iltt:t A,)n|a"I h, s :l." i: mark, I.. s. htifm >:touted by tIilet l ae,.l:tore ol fMaro\ land :at its pre- I am, the son of'a soldier of th, Anmerican Revolution,
timselves and their tries, hae ;p led to the i n oshatiico, s x mrk, s -n sion, respecting a Conlrs ial ancus," vhi h i h one years l,) ic o s eii-
ty, andti thlr o hlltcnIlsel'ves o a:.t have pronlise, to ,,. :.'a ,'d I,:d d,,;irer,'d, ie ;,,lir'o. /" w,1 ,ssuvi receive from li t', t 'I spe,',ul consicra, Int'nlt ;d[ed in hringilng to t, gIorious termination ; tile
continue tid, er, the protectiu n of tlI united States, aln t . f no oithernation, power or sverciEgn ; anl. in con-shle- I lJoinJli'hvs, /,1d/ial. ,aen" so,.rcey f!,f : ll icIh the hLIav enlanatedi tih'y ire so just iili;,b n t,,s of a igreatand growing nitio;n ; and the be-
,.,iaon of'tlhe: pronusestnod stip'dan heiv at r iade, st |,l- whlat.-> .s, 1nefil of'which wiill be ext., ,nded to millions yet unborn
', cede ar l replin th\-,I all cXlau.n ] .. 'W | 1-";1ch thi ii i '"x0 .i! pcerfi'b respect i..r the I".xt c t\iue Council, I re- its i h!u S.nce has already expanded lo tl' Southern ex-
h kv'e to the- wh le te:'ritor of wi, !, i ,t e exep- .r i p' t,. ,h .i ir t r your ob di., s.-.vant r i o" A eric, an l p it nm pias, te A -
:1 .: I sueh dis'.rie of'count,' :asshl.dl lerctn !,e allotted Ila" row\' L,.Lt.i, !'.' JOS. KENT. might. futile" of the Universe to exicud its progress
toUe ('. W' '- ,- nIl, / ar, l,:'. ..N 't, Esq. thrru!o :'hom t the erraqu(,ons globe,-
:c .I f. The 'Flor:Ja tribes o, adians wrill here ,i I (co1t, Lie;: 1.th.hi. t o. Council C llm nber, .An apolis. Tle distin uis led part oi acted in establishing the
be .on Htr.ed ..d e" t- d ~to til toilowin. -es l) Ic 't, tolvs. V a a einde endence of ,.y coumn '', nd. .es ie to
t,, bo..o p' .,s. co: nmencemy iv' n.,..s north oft Oke !ornal0o S. I )xtcr V t..< .ox, 1)..e. 19, 1,823. ,,de-r vol this volume, b(lievi. 'o. ,; w'dl be gratiied
h'-:mk.. rm in in a direct tl.n, to a point fiv e miles ',,s, ADDITIONALo Al'i 'l lla. S1, l : [ lad th. honor this morning tol r ceive Otulr let. to fidlti l th!e soNStovoul(0r of.e:arky'kvs ser].-l'm nt, o the waters t 1. u.:.rla. (or W heroesNea :iahla, Join I?.nnt, TI ski i o, Mu t- ,,v o M!,os ithla:chuch 'iv-er., Jeaving ss d s'-tt':ment two mets | -m '. ::nahhnnoE.,, and F onchatrico, six of" the lt(;on ,dopt,.d by thle Legislatur-e of Man Ndl at its pre- nistrable ore O lon of l Staff, ,.artnenlt ofiur
south of tie line;f tioT he tb e,'C, a it t lect i t). ti lte -iCpd hiefs ) th.e o d'i:l> Indianlls, and parties tothe ;,, .; n; the s e shall receive my irspece 01 con- Ar, at the e, .nlellu lnenl and durin a considerable
so,,ih tnJl of tetieti:gHaniock, inchide tv ]icktchate, t i.,,at, to whichthis "%rtiel e ias been alnnexedl tlcve warm- sittraluoll. porto ofthe l e War, as the principal caus of ou
poIvt -,o iebt xl, ats Lite p in'pal calls,- of'otur
contilnu n-, in the SaIe dhTe'0nn, for i e piles beyvrd h 1, app,'le to the (Co nissiono rs for percussion to re i rbai, vety "h." ll|, sir, o y r obedient servants, dliste,.ss, excepting the V.. d surrender of Gene-
tin. s:L Haimock prove i1d p ,it. doetts not an ,- ,a,t 'in l 1.- ldistnct ofcountry now inhabl)led b ,eim; ISAAC1I M .l.. ral ull. TIe wat of a regular and plentiful supply of'
prw tcl te.auer t tan fi teen miles the sea coast of the lnd, in consideration of their friendly dsspositionl, ald To Ni,.\A tPiNK Esq, Esq. Council Ch:amber. food and raiment, brooug'lt disease .nd death into our
Guli of Mexico.: ift it does, the said lne rmnae past services to the United States, it is therefore, stipulat and it is an actual fact, that more of our an
at liat dis"-..nce fronithe s..a coast ; thences, sto!ill, twelve ed, between th,- United Stat-s and thile aloresaid hiei. a pI.nd.OX, 19th Dec. 1sf23- 9 o'clock, P. M o.| we lost to treir count b t ca ann
a, ~Ito, ASHII-rON, 19thl Dec. 18'23-- 9 o'clock, 11. NI soidhers were lost to their COtmItrv- by this cause alone,
mles; t t,:'.:, in asoulh 3., east di-ectioni, until the that the ol)owing, res'ervattions sh;l be surveyed, ani T hae lhe honor to acknowledge the receipt of your than by the bayonets and bullets of the eneminy.--
same snh strike within five mdiles of 'the main branch of marked by the Connmissloner or Comniinssioners, o be letter ofthis da, b ,y tiemsse nger, covering a prcam Wisdom is talugh bv dear-bought experience--at pre
Ch:!rlott, river ; thlce, in a due east direction, to appointed under the 8th article of'this Treaty : For the ble ad rso\ttion adopted by the (enerdal Assembly. sent the Staff of ouir small army is as 1.!e12 regulated,
w lhn twety 'miles l e Atlantic coast1 ; thence,111 north, se ofNea Mathatand his connections, two miles square, And h,.ve the honor to be, with high respect our perhaps as that of any other army in the world.
iee;. wes., tir fifty miles; and, from this last, to the L.be- embracing lthe Tuphulga vill ge, on tie waters of flock obedient servant, S. SMI CH. It has been stated, in our public prints, that you con-
gi "'ing point Conmfort Creek. For Blunt and Tuski Hajo, a reserv-late visi the United Stat onc mor. No
V.'r!',i. li. The United States will take the Florida tion, commencing on the Appalachicol.a, one liile below W, ,AsrxTO, Dec. 20, 1823. event could transpire thatt would infuse more univeisl
Iinais under their care and patronage, and will afford Tuski Hlajo's improvements. runningll up said river folnu Sol?: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of joy in the hearts of thle citizens of this Recpublic. To
lienim protection against all persons whatsoever; provid- miles ; thence, west, two miles ; thence, southerly, lo a youIr l.tr ofthe 19th insant, together with the prea.I- eold again upon their soil, one we so nbl distin.
-, i i ,- ^i T i ". ^ i ^ 1 i ] .1 i .1 our letcitr ot tle 1thyt instant, Logo- erw i ti i an behold again nop n their soil, one who so nobly distin-
eth ey conform to the laws of the United Stvtes, and point two miles due west of Lhe beginning ; thence, east, ble and resolitions adopted by the Legislature of' Mary ,-,jjshed Uhimself in establishing tile independence and
refrain front making var, or giving any insult to anv fo- to thle beginning point. For Mulatto King and Emath la, al it s present session, respecting Congressionndl let the now enjn-the friend and companion of
rei!)gn ni.tion, without having first obtained the ipertuission lochee, a reservation, commencing o: the Appalachico- Ccusses. The obIject of these resolutions \vill be duly their-iT shington, would be a truil valuable gratification
an] consent of the United States. And, in consideration ]a, at a point to include Yellow Hair's improvements ; considered and to Y-r, it is presumed, the spectacle would be equal
'of t'.; appiel and cession made in the first article of this thence, up said river, for four miles; thence, wes0, one I hCthe honor to be, very respeetfillhv, voirl obe- ly pleasingi i one solitary exceptions: the g'od andl
treaty, 3by the aforesaid chii(fs and warriors, the United mile ; thence, southerlyv, to a point one mile west oi thle dien servanl, RAPIAE I NEALE great l tsin' whose i.me is immortal, and most of
'States promise to dis ribute among thle tribes, as soon as beginning; and thence, east, to the beginning point. For NI, PINKNEY, Esq. our gla t com eers of those days, have descended
concentrated, und,-r the direction of their agent, imple- Econchati ico, a res.rvalion, comnaenoing on te Chtta. to d h e n
ments of husbandry, and stock of cattle and hogs, to the hoochie, one mile blow Econchatinmico's house; thence, tVAs oh';Cary, Dec. 19, 18?3. tt oi andlyou are, I am tokl, almost the onl
-m- nt .of six thousand dollars, andan annualsum of five up said river, fbr four miks; thence, one mile, west; i.n S,: Your letter, b o r of the Executive th s sitif tegv But, to behold the increase of our


ugh h s uch cAiaSlit :o )'ott, lttter, brv Order oft' theheExecctive Cthcs1SiLe c thCg ae.to Butnd o behold y ifL Chof our
thousanla dollars a year, for twenty successive years, to thence, southerly, to a poi.,t one miie west o theil begin- r .I.- preamble' and rslutions fro. the I,'O pla to -the growth o' r1 saports-the etent of
le distributed as the President of the United Stales shall ning; thence, east, to the bennnpoint. Thl. United A ,. *l, ut acting tie Se. Plates and c,,lvtion-lith wilderneswh o wh se otstamed by tle-





to lr e acithroug te mcetary F WarcisSupeingthendmo- Staepromisen to ur ntytepeoale pn 1 sh I o e of' b1 3~gsnr.Wt ih epc O" RANN
direct, through the Secretaryt oi Varc or his Superintend-m States promise o guaranty te peaceable possession of iressntalive f u.yhin o to use their Salage and the 3010e, nwblool ing as the rose, and
nts and Agent of Indian Af, tis. the said reservation, as defined, to te afcsaid chie influelie to prevent a Congressional Caucus nomination containingwitin its bosom elegant vilags and cities
AInTICLe. IV. The United States pq'omise to guaranty and their descendants on!i/, so log- as tlhey shall Ceontinue of P .resident Vice President of the United States, th e nurseries o science and the arts, arisen b., 1 magic
to the saidtibes the peaceatle possession offthe district to occupy, improve, or cul tivae, tie same ; bilt, in thie ,Las recei, d A is ; nihlret 1 'lok a rt t these extraordinary cc nt.e ito
,. .* ,,, i ., ,. '.-; ,' ,* '^' been rveeived thils nighlt, at 10 o'clock, by ),Out ex- aip)parenitlv-to behold tle e tar inary changes lit
of country herein assigned them, reserving the right of '-vent of the abandonment o: all, or either, ot" the reeva. pres l Th.lin'ct pson. Wil the .r r at respect r the r tle sopashort time, and be ein fabled to say, this is panth





t s it to s. i a e t f urther^ *r*le ea abl < r- thirt r ~ i ncit i p e1,-i t li' E ec rv ou psn .Vl ithe pr e ryb and a res pectn tdorthe s"sortwic atme u nd ber enbl edti to saoy, Aceth my bes t i t
opening through it such roads as may, from time to tine, ions, b otle chletior chiefs, to wh.m l0it have been il. aleLl' I. ]th ,r! ile ivc ( C iic, I am, &C. the w its of the toils and danger s"k hic youthful glt.o', 'u
be deemed necessary; and to restrain and prevent all lsotited, e reservation, or ,eservalr.'so abt:'luned L" GEO. E. MITCEL. must xcite sublime and pas hea y Aeeincthe genial
white persons flro, o hunting, settling, or otherwise in.- shall revert to tile United -tates, .:s included i nL the res- P ,es, to Cs terk of Ce *o prn- o fr the stecrble au heavetinoto are. w )m tle essoie
trading upon it. But any citizen of the United States, sion made in the first article oris 1, ey R is further I so of the venerable patriot ad
Th'lat youinay enjoy inany years of health, happiness,
being lawfully authorized for that purpose, shall be per- understood, that the nanes o" t1e i:t. vduals, remn,-ming WA SHINGToin, lec. 3"1, 1823. and usefulness to your colry and that the evenl ing of
mittred to pass and repass through the said district, and oUn the reservations aforesaid, shall be. fu.lshcd, by tile 1-)D.AR Sl : Do me tile honor tocommunicate the en- ouda smay be crowned with serenity, is the sincere
to navigate the waters thereof, without any hindrance, chiefs in whose favor the reservations ihave been m.ide, to cloped i sucii wanner as yo l nMay deem most expedient j *wish of y our obedient, humble servant,"
toll, or exaction, from said tribes, the Superintendent or Ag-er, of !nditan Aflair.s, in lthe t boot, raner.lius o your Lepjislature. With higiih respect JOHNBRANNAN.
AiTrciLE V. For the purpose of facilitating the remov- territory of Florida; aneJ I thlt no cth!ir iln1ividll;.iie shall ad csIelim, Muir bcdientl servant rt yur et
al of the said tribes to the dislrictofeountry allottedthem, be received oIrteritlted to r ei-n:a,; ihil ln said rcs(rv.Stit t "e WARDLLOY1)D. Answer ofa br\uis afiayette. s
and, as a compensation for the losses sustained, or the tions, without the pr-vious consent of' the Sup,-rinteo\d To Gov. S TrV:L'it-s.
inconveniences to which they may be exposed by said ent or Agent afioresst id. And, as the afbresaid Chiets arcem L. A.c GRANGE, OCT. 26, 1823.
removal, the United states will fiulnishs them with rations authorized to select the individuals rcina;ci; r,; with t le'n, Wr ASto ;|ol, I rm 31, 1823. DA:R Sin : No present could be more acceptable to
of cor meat, and saltb for twehe months, commencing so htey shall eacl be separately held resp,tie rr te p A, tit : I have al the holioi'to receive fromtie me, no pleasure in reading could be grcatr, than that
on tie first day ot February next; and they further agree peaceable conduc'- ),f their towns, c ti he iv:vt;e ( s eCouncil the peanlble a rtesltions adopt, t FwhicIt 1 a u ner oblig tias to s ou. Accept lly best
to compensate those individuals who have been compel si;;is n ol the reservations allotted them. It is hrtho r ,-, o ike a.,e,' s e tf 1:'t h tt plet in the "ec- to' tlksinci gm ndera obrthe too, w oul retraces glorious
led to abandon improvements oni lands, not e nbraced understood, betveekent tf ilte pcitics, tiiatthpoo. artll n o ,a C sithvksh the wenators anndsiaeces llofoetisurio
within tile limits allotted, to the amount of Four thousand not intended to prohibit the voltary remn,.v, at any sntu l.al") to s rnfluce t r l s and patriociuh tic names in the laote American War, and
five hAndrel dollars, to be distributed among tl-e suiler- future period, of all or eitherof the aforesai., CIi a cn c vent thil :t-, same also for the justice you have done to the warm interest
ersin a ratio,to each, proportional to tile value of t t hhcir connections, to thie dis'ic of como ntri s,,uthi, al- r.To thle ] ,C thei people f Mtrylandwhlen faryt an old Acri can citizen 1 and soli erin those o no rable
provenen is abandoned. Tl'e United States further lotted to thet Florida Indians, 13: tihe sccom article and legi:.iI expressed still alwys listen with im transactions. Amecost deeph and aflsectionlatl, indeed, I
agree to flrnish a sum, nlot exceeding two thousand dol- of this Treaty, wIhenever either, o' all, may tliek tere slau s' Is ony'y ieofcelfiit thet pfon tatine t ee ply d etioat rnd
lars, to be expnded by their agent, to facilitate the proper to make such an election ; the U Cd States r, icI, .i ,Ili legislative capacity, I will represent have felt fbr tile worthy sons of mvy companions in armsl
transportation ofe the different tribes to the point of con- servings the right of ordering, for any rot ar e or e iscon 11the isht's re tie pople, or resign the duties of a station and fior thle country ofwhich it is my proud, happy lot to
centration designated. duct, tie aforesaid Chcfs, or" ethert ot them, A :ill their ha e p e b thei confidence and i, be an adopted so. Be pleased to present yourrspected
Arric:.r VI. A agent, sinb-agent, and interpreter, connections, within te district otf country, sonlt, .arore-I I- s i 1 eive l... o e. I i
." " ilni lueSS ; /but, sir, I nav.e : oo 1 li h a respect for thle Le- fithcr v" fith.ass'urances of ln-V br t erlv altaclime it, sell-
shal be appointed, to reside within thile Indian boundary said. it is fu rther stipulated, by the U dil St."es, th rt, l ;- "sbItne.of ,,tr .andLe tsui ,ose. that thiso, roluall tio .Sld o. the,,c" aalt s.
atore-said, to watch over the. ite'-sts ot said tribes,; and *ofthesix tho sa d Idolla's, appropi'ated for in )enetets "-ted i ,r 3'e < v'~i*freo 'i**v '. : i stIe asi lr ll' "'ttemtttra; "' ,'.. ., 1 we should both
'f' lo."or .,-.. ." it leldell b.,tl lel]n, to hnaVe Ltie orce Ufala egislatiesit vthfvc h no lss f ai rb s- n fth i h ua d olrs p rpitdtrP1' 5 s1 1 as tllfdi, M tu l.. w s oud ot
the United States fu rther sipulale, as an evidence If oft llusbaldry, stck, &cilthde tlid article ofth.-, ty, I stru to t. 'nowtoo wel lam sure teir ovn 1 i remember together our evotionar ca
there tinrsi)e policy towards said tribes, who iave apl- eioct htundreddollars shadl he ditytibrted, i1 the sae c u ,.il-..,.Lw-spect too rig-il .. the rights ot es adolh s, to painss
pealedi to their liberality, to allow tor the establishment manner, among- the aloresaid chief's ,a.eid thile-" "owns ; usu,. it hae airhty of depriirsnc tle lo .privieg e Ar,.e. ,i o te HUs Ste, whiebIs y e a t 1 1
,of a school at tle agency one tlhoisand dollars per year and it is undeLstood, that on Of tilhe : i nln'jo nOf fivet i I ,Ire e A est t tnie Ut nited State s ,oAnd I c lln o ,h allowe-d to
fbr twenty successive years ; and on e thousand dollars sand dollars, to be distributed by the President of' the! if ,''c !f ,.rl.,i'.o', n paiz.n n d atin lInest ate, rt in thle e*1 c- talt e onc e no1)e go ing home, would be to me a source of







v~~~~~~~ ~4g ooLk~~` Lo laibl oepoeadiycones-Jr sGatn l h t t !0- nope nd wit he ones prtlit tby a cnI .spend aysin .M~egtomeni
per Year, fbr tlhe same p iriod, for the support of a gun United States, the will receive 'their proportion. It isandba ith etih t p strtepaltfit t ion inexpressible delight. It is true, most of the friends of
f)tl thef t tlcStloateof (ODTess I'pll C'. ns|hmlncyotth ates ncnmo elns n ir
oand blaesith, wit the expenses incidental to Is further spulated, thit, of tlie Four ilsand five b- ; Co SS011l Caucus, I Im bly .y 3 outh, tle partners i co n feelings and c-
shoip. w thnothelsatc friend eosc tha>rteTuskneb lsj, h A frkt. sn iue, wtthof Congress,,asthe ree-tinswcith ourLaternal Chi/; are no more. But several.
A lIT I C Ti ) .. ... I [ ] e to a d V l 'r io r s ta o s a l d f o r t ile o5 1 -h a 't i e i c o f ',h is I r c ga \'. v, to l t i le m e it. fo r i rn S e n ~ : o h p ~ p e t oel lu a lr e s tilo ln ai n g
themselves anl tribes, stipulated to be a,,tive aind vigilant proveent amd transrtation, five Inidre dollars shall ad! m, nest t co i re Jst have been blessed witxh tiei t tloost
in thee preventin g tie retreating, to, (." passing through, be awarded to Nea Matla, as F conIpnsatio or iflt,- it testimonials that ensuing generations have nut
t, -, 1 .. .' '" ... :h~r~m ; itss ait ston 1lp\\'eeithe'oe1lthist"MaD 'l ndcs'latt ring estienialLthat nseon "leenrftti ns ha e no
ofthe district ofcountry assigned ltem, of any abscond- inprevemetits abandoned by him., as well as to meet tt. .nd ticlb e', pe c'f e Union, and1noimCtNvveinme ad forgotten me. ow happy should I be i tle sight of
ing slaves, or figitivcs from justice ; and father agree, expenses ie will unavoidably be exposed to, b) his on te .eltre, s'dl only observe, that, it a Cones- that e ent f redom, prosperity, domestic comrtand
lo use al necessary, exerltions to apprehend and deliver removal, and that ofhincecs connections. aci vin;i r ul h, i., eIrnitl, nue t c ,,e ,the earihof al l, 13. t
the si-ne to tile agent, who shall receive orders to coin- In testio,,v whereof, tile Commissioners, Wsine li.sim P. sllana. rc its aeilla rnd tioer adtoft ig recoil tte advantages of it recivilization andc extensive eli-







< ij d s ~ oatceo h tj i s nSel cadItrrti. 1 I uenycid sin, i rt>;cxeihy ans l high e .DWr. LOf I the reeoin peastohvehensletd-ih
pensatc them agreeably to tile -rouble and expenses in- 1Duval James Gaisd en, and Bernard Seg si, and tile Hended candidate, will 'sti', remain whee it alwacck c'ct, which. placingmthe United States above anciet anin
erred, .nndersign,.d GlCiefs and ViWarriors, Iaves hereunto /,Nm lbe, inthe hands qiA'thh.':.l Aof ithe (Uion; and tl'ic e iodern societies. seell to island as a compensation tfor
A-riel.-L VIIIV A commissioner, or commissioners, subscribed theirnames, andaffixed their seals Done people O'K.l l Iland wi.tv,_- decide O rie polie of ti e disappointnnts we have had to deplore in Europe.
within surveyor, suhalt b appointed, by the President on t at Camp, oil Moultrie Creek, nin the Ierritory o" Fo- lu- onisain" ,lvil tll i, ,'it, otlie Uni >n,anloht.E.- c sh r. heh i he u et a 1 ,antto.
tle United St ,ta ndt r0 k, (blazing Fore and aft rida, this eighteenth day of SepteIber, one tbi tou- w crin to thV ofitt yi* s la' -out ,book il l a das oOie visit to 1 ,,t11,1s, as the
the ees) the i;,c : Is d.f;.ed in the second article of sand eight hundred ad ent-tre, and o p co-8t uncils e xi pres on or ofof ,h,,, ,hese ao.s"









the huli tet et, dboh ry te to st tcfN aM t la, ad3 of i esae pulic council s ii a, reso ti, of rt -.' lau se Lftde. a ,y u os o e in ev n,
thisotemets Wof Eneh Ie Math, to2 Talladby tCiI0'Assen ( id ji 10imTol---Gekalth sur alr bwe n t ecsiu. oft Huses, nwhich osb h in o~p
this treaty, who sbal co attended by a chief or warrior, d htl, Ala a h oT independence of tile United States ti rty igtli vnles t i rsonal I i I no cein, ofthe se, wic gos by tile ne of Repre
to be esipnle, by a council o f tliei own tribes, andd e eVm. P. kDuval1, L. s. c, ongrssional C,, ,. !e ,.,a Cn ie llade, in all probabilt senative, is not vet fixed ; and 1 will not wait for it to
dtwho shalrthecreivewhile so emphloed, a dOaily compensa- James Gadtsdeni I. s A. il" tilestate tlIc ;,ioivlibt convulsed by a cou. spend days il tow i.
Ocin Of three dollars, b teriald cSeglo c ho le T s.ty, secured as totheh'cessicty o io ,i dpretsip:ep-a ev ent r pilheryhhnd rthef ard I the Unte h
Ate,.. IX. The undersigned chiefs and warriors, for NeuMathehisx mar'ek, :I_ S. isdccryit1),"t,'ir.'at('tb)l'teVCr'si(ofCMiliber- With" h ad Mll "l I TC te hnr
themselves and tribes, having objected to their concern. John BWlmt, is x nmark, L. s. n pIv oIe, s iC, ,l,,roughio, n lE) iforoiim the lcgisht l, to be, I ours,
traction within the limits described in th. second article Tuski haJvo, his x mark, a ,. S. a tule thaitn, san M o aklrsnta(,ve o;'the state, I shtll ce r- LAFAYE I'TE.
of this treaty, undertle impression that the said limits t fMulwtaf Kin, lfis x mark, .e s. of _s1-'.. a ,c 1 .1 ,--...- w-1 1. ;- i n Mr. Joa BitBAix, Hashngfton.
did tnot contain a su.ft'icie,,t quan tity of good .land to sub- l'niaftdochee, l.,s x nmark, ,. s. ,ieh r;,, e,.; t" ,nit/,i/,b/i and l,.',,nlate ./;,,,c/;oon. ,1h:t --
sist thein, andtbir no (.{her reason: it is, therefore, express- Econciiatimnico, hisx mark, ),. s. t,,e ",,;/'[! /" t,./e,p ; 1 si.ali atu'ttcs ,lei'd "villhdue sl,,h~m\ Fr'lom rt Ctlinlon.
ly understood, between the United States and Lbe aforc- Sicled eaed ttl deiz1e, i p', .c q ,;,, b : ;;m: /,;',^',,','; ;; c!/,ai', Imus clim he x;r A..,.^ /)e,.,,,e 1, 1823.

a~ent and time omnmissione~r, or commissioners, to be ap G. tlnlry, India, g'n, "i prsn to ,,:o^;.';;ditrout, h you to the LeK~iat- lihdb yoru,-wr> l icl tla" ullf "pb
pointed under the 8tl article ot tics trea y, be by thein S tepen licbards, fte,'aneter. turJ, ltmy consi :' i.:,s oihiglh respect. < ^
considered ;ii3Unfciel for tlhe support of the said Indian E ,..ar VD. This colletiou appears to lhave loen selected with
trihes ; then> tihe north line, as defiied in the- 2d artile- ot 1The followingstate:!!'.nt sllows tlhe number of men re fU .L.<\D 1?ciet~lapas1 ac10 sn .1( i
this r'.U 'iii heI'e .^ ersoal' ort z to 'em r aine d by'cl theu C hiefs, wh,1" have reserwtti.ns made tliem The lHo se adjo trns until Mondaty nmo ning-, 9 .,?ct .ck, ,,.'eal .ju.g.nent, and to have been prepared with great
a suf~ficle n qu entity of good till'able land. A tt ei Npctv ila e \tOS (,,1 .AN ^ ^~ T t '-"--''l [tlT f! D e- carec ; '..id, as il embraces a period of our liistory that re-
Aa-'rcLE.X. The undersigned eliiefs and warriors, for unlber ot nien. ANA.Ih,(l.;.A.ctsI. nlho!U-^ th ],;glest honor on otur naval anld military ttc-
themselves and tribes, Ilave expressed to llhe comnmis- Jlonm nt, -. le)2,'atcsofl Alarylatltl, y<.st.,irdlty p",i..S'd {}it; ['t;4s ltl- l',eS } hp :h^t vo wil be rewarded by tile mni,;ri-
stoners their n nlim ited c onfi d ecnce in th eir ag entC nlonel C ^ ;ohr in. .' t tio ls, b a *l r-" 'e m ajo riy V 1n- s' d^ b C o l. F E x "^ "^^ ( ^ i i i ~ o ;
Gad Itumphreys, and ilteir interpreter, Stephien lRicliards; Fm-lldorihtto Kin ;IC0 wit -~ii "lUlfi;t(!S i.>r'g olte,
atnd, ats anl evidence of their latitudede for tlieir .services Entauihh-ele, 28 ,-iii~l virisdi ll^*.' lAnri-ul"l*i
and humnane treatment, and br-othierly attentions to tlieir ]L2conchanmtlco, 38 se~lt"lllll. ,Lx])rese(l, in,, Presi' t*. Molllt,!es 1 ,yormsoede evat
wants, request that one mile square, emnbracin.R tbe inm- INea Mathla, 30 lHiess;.ge to (GOlgr'ess, rcspetiumg the, cause ,-)( tlhe 1ayorosobde tsc'\' IT CuiO,
p rovem e nts of E neh e M athla, at T allahassen (said im -- G ~I ree ks, ajid tlie p o(sttu e o t ;hl .,ira be (w een t hie o v l n I > <- /. ."
p rovem ne nts to b p consid ered ats t h e cent ,e'l lie convey ed, T otali 0i T1 1 lH o ty A llia n ce a ilm t hl e S-o u th A iiie rn ca li 5 [;ita es. M r h'' l f s' L ',.- ,-,^',,: :.';. .
in fee simple, as a present to Colonel Gadl Htumplnreys. Now, t~herefore, be it known, thlat ,,l, JAMEs ]No objections whialeyer were mlade t,, the ha- The( talt)i:,[.,:si i,-->.;' .**b'litn -'d|-Tsllips ,,r ,v:,, is:
And the\y. fin'ther request, that oue nmile square, at the ONROE., President of the Unit'ed States of Ante- tion;^ i,^l\c proposed : but ;un a|imatte, i debate atillo = *'TI .'e (* *\;< a;iicte tfi',!<' .rt ., r ti:e
Och,.scee Hlnlns, embracing Stephen !.ichar~ds' field on rica, having seen and considered the, said Treaty, ()ccurred as-to the necessity of eixpressing: ai: op~i- beri,.r ,,,\,.rni:ict ,,' (he Navy ,,.- (he tnmhed
said B htff s, be eo ntveyed im ti.e sinnpl as a present to (1 in pu rsuau ce of tlhe advice and co nlsen t of tlie ll, n a. !.. upoi ()t ^ ter..s use dl in < u liie of the re S tal e. p' as : th e "-i of A p il. i U, l, c1> ".
said Stephen Rlichards. Tlhe commissioners accord in Se/at a exrse by their resolutio ,f 11111 soiiolllns u owrsl'ne Li ni poes,. 111 \;'icn.Me1srsei.- as""^ > ('ll,) :
sentiment h w eith rigedchef theario undersi*s xpesedbythirreoltinel hesoutonstoaasnodig warrioirs, andsrs a fllvs
recommend compliance wilh tleir wishes to the Presi- twventy-third ot last Imonth, accept, ratify, and *W. G. 1). WVORT~tlN(urN, C AB, OL, SiiMMES) "'* xny eoui-niinde)tr orlh,-r od!e, r eihallreceivc, or
dent and Senate of the United1 States ; but tlhe disappro- e()rnnrnn the same, and every clause, and article 1 ooe-'ittiA.' *itn'l i I AlM nov partook, peni P'1'1-to be re,'ive **i o-. ,:,Md Ins vessel, any g'ol, or
val, ,.., the part 01f the said authorities, of this article, thereof, with the exception of the tenth article of' [Icll!lMAntblicaHO'P'1 ;,,,., mer,'llandis., otbet~l't:.n tho' ;l~e sol,. ".'.," <,lfhi, v, ss, ], e,c-,,
shall, hi no wisbe, affect the other articles and stipulations said Tre tyv -_ ... .... ... ..... 1 ""'2 ct.-1, of,., :.it{'w or .H%-/'. *.ndi texc pij .e rl, oo s ol 'l.1e-
conchuded on in this treaty.*"' "* .. ... ......... .. ...... .. cli~u~d, ;e of ,,." els wlhi..- n~a\" lie in disir, s1;, o' hr .lip


In testimony whereof, tlie Commissioner illiam P. In testimony whereof, 1I have caused ll 1he sal of T ". -il (ourI'r (it l- Stated) IS ow ptint- .,r, e,.ed, or in ilmminent d:ange'r o(f being \.pw;ecked,
Duval, James Gadsden, and Brnrd Scui an the United Statesto be hereunto affixed, lav- ed by a machine constructed by a Mr. Napier, i i ,oder to preserive litli for l teircowner, vt lui.t n-lers
the unldetisigned Chiefs and Warriors, have hliere- ing signed these wth yan. which is "c:,able of throwing off considerable% 1i.,,, 1he Pr untosubscribedtheirnames, andaffixedtheirs.:als. one ay of' JWashingth,e thiss' ; ore 'h 1>,, lJ(v00 an iolra-on o>ie o()caion it prof- Iartne., s nll, on conviction thereof, 1. e cashiered,
affixe d th ei r i COlIdday of aJlluary, i1 tile e ol* (>re | x- 1alld l-e ine0;1iW;> ,'ied, lpre\'-l' at' elv. a, l el an V pla#
Sone at Campli, oi Moultrie Creek, in theTerri- ounr Lord one thousand eight hul iGuced at_ the r;iat of 2880 per hour. No new ", it"w
onetry of Florida tishousand eight hundred andeenth day tfwenty-three dred andtwenty-fourt, and of' the in- .;leai appa1aii' is employed, bul two men altier- v', l( iLnduced to nake this explanation .s th .c
and of thele indepeiddence oftheUnited States tohe dependence hf' the United States nately tuirnl "iy wheel, which acs as an impel- ;ih!ioril y u: der which our -licer, are acting, ap-
fIrty-eighth. I 0 ES.p ll: l).>Rvtei o" w ,g! hose who elncouni0er tlle e.resent ,(;.ts h(o bIe inavlly understood: anil as il is of im-
Will 'is 1) DuvDall,A J. s y te President; M U J. la,,..,::. expe;ve, ,and comparatively tedious norlace lhat the .] :tni'.i atsdell j. By tile President:
)eI,',,. dSgui. JOHN QUINCY ADA.. nt r>,i.in.., ,vill lnow hlow to appreciate the n(l be injured from misapprehension.
-.- ea I'; Mathlia, his x narf s. Secretary of Stact'. ValuIe of this improvement.-Ball. dmer. Norfolk Beacon.


will be continued. Those who contemplate taking
chances, should do so before the next drawing-, as- the
Capital Prize of
i0,000 Doi 'ars,
Will then be floating in the wheels. The whole of this
interesting lottery will be finished in FIVE DRAWINGS
more.
Prizes yet to be drawn are
100,000 DOLLARS,
10,000 DOLLARS,
10,000 DOLLARS,
10,000 DOLLARS,
5,000 DOLLARS,
8 prizes of 1,000 DOLLARS,
toes:k-s a ..,g numbt::r of ,100s, 5.A5 s, &c. &c.
Whole tickets 15 00 1 Quar ers 3 75
HHi%'s 7 50] i.ighths 1 871
For sale, warranted undIwa'vn. at
AL ENS)
Lottery and Exchange Oeffice,
Pe'-ryivanij Avenue WasliingteCn C'ilty.
The University Lottery will draw again on the 21st of
January lie prizes et to be drawn are $20,000, $10,000
$5,000, F:4,000, 53,000, <,2,000, &c.-Tickets $10. Also,
tIckets in tie Washington Monnment Lottery, at $10. ,
<. r rt tr't a;y pmi l of tlie Uniled states, per mail,
1o10' p)id or by privi!e ronveyance, enclosing cash or
prize tickets in arny of lie Baltimnore lotteries, will meet
the nM st prompt atrte:ntion, if addressed to
i S. & M, ALLEN,& Co.
.jin 8 --. t S Vashin iion C(ity.
FOR SALE,
A VAl.JUAHLq;M FEMALE SEIRVANT WOMAN,
A .it 22 r 23:. ,ears of rg -. with a young Female
(cilid, ,iie : ii complete l!ot s Servan., and a toicra-
,. y g., d P;,:in Colk For reference inquire of Mr.
Un .1I), i, tl e IeOifigen i c(j Oli'e.

$100 BANK NOTE LOST:
S T'IO-.',D to, iav'- uein sulen, on the evening of'
.-ee 61 i insi, a One llunrd olld 0ar Note of "the
lFr'::klb, 1ank of i' !itinor'e, iI un.ber at(d date not re-
c,)llec, d. Brokers and others, should such a note be
press ntiLd by a pcr,'sn of suspicious appearance, arc re-
quei:,ted ;o stop the same, and give notice there to
Mr. 1'lhotios Djunoliho, at the Office of the National li-
t i l!".'-i r>:e''.
j,,:, a-;t


NOTICE.
A-'UDITOR OF STATi'S OFFICE,
Aolvnibit, Ohio, December 16, 1823.5
,* (GR.1EABLY l, "Au Act to po tpone tle sale oW"
i .,l- ltdq 'or taxes, and !or otlier turpo es,'' passed
)cemnber 15th, 1823, ;all irtier proceedings unde:-
tie Act prviding .i r the re.rlssion of pen' ltis, and.
i ;" tile sale of latids for taxes, passed Ja. uary .30, 13.,',
h r,-nin; to the obtaining jiud.mr. nt fbr Iax".s due, or to
| the a: 'v Lr s,.g an, sn s,:,, L any lands thtrelor delin-
:]'1'2 'r :. s -s' : s suspendeld U tilie first
l (u f May dxi: pruv'(!'d.I said act l.ih;ula be received
"y ih. Auditor Vf' t- CVnw:y in which the land. lie.
!',,'"ore su:dh *, :e' 0v (,> A i,, : 11 lanIds oni whicl\
' 'l.';'"ite'..ts a):1 obtaina *i r tao fes ..khich nlay appear t'
0, IV 0e. l, as !'," : 'ail I c sold o" the firs o ( i!nt u ex' i- if le :,'i;, t rd s'il )udg .entts are neV t
' p)'ii'.' ; :'.nd **|, S, <;' ,tt "i'rr'isitr"" atnd t Oul'ty "J'rca-utrtr:t
p-ti ~ ~ ail i, m: p i3,re y
',l"-;" 'tltiin lo 'i;:i{d '.. i'ee 1 e, i! '] r ,l t Sa.i'1 first davo;
.w'.V hxl, l el ".u ain ei x > ld inteir -st legally lu,,
ou :,'" I .ds; cl!;:".e d h : x a';p ehr t, l 'h0t, w.it oui the
id.'i }: p:-o' i,1e1, dh:0l a'! C-r aS which ratly have a''.
crolut' in Ih. t:,! lrl, o; t<',' i .,l l" a:ei, ini consequence
of !'.; ]'l Ce')t uli l'.r i .d".]' l." t '.-''*iinl t ,sHJ. l !',u lds, shalI be
p|)ai,l.
,Ai. il OS.,:; .,
d ec : '1 -- l ,. :" .' l tiil;o r *'( ,r i'l.r >.
,, ,I s *. l ,l n
.S_8 t'(.I '.I ', it ie st t', ',i's \ I :, i.n lrd :' tl'e
+.;.1'1] dour ('n' .'r ",' d Sla-li (.':c n k, for rendy
ne~lt} i ,2 ;H' y, e \'; "q"(F< ).u w Naec to comn
YG. L I. l Ili .S. cu;

i "I'},lO M s '* IN ,
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-----....--- --- ---... ....-....-.- C l,.te of EitCions, 1as to make it read, Itha _- A- .. _FLom.1.-. naew 1 iie Ifor the eat of Gove:-i
.E1U-I1 IL 1N i Ii C Ol C trn Pa :Ii- Adaus ,s ,enttel, to ate;- iLi t) 0 'iS loius."--- n,' M ii: l 'y been >elete by (ohn-
EIGHTEEN i C0 CONG SS. !,^A; s o .... tnS.ou. : -l been elected b co
Ib"eo' cc'' : 1, w Ih n, he (qi, -st l i Ij k ,I the, n 1;, t, : A: i ,r th ;! ,, ,p se. h' e spot'
W EDNEsDAY, J.ANUA Y 7. 18x4. 7.... ,,;, nt, t eas Ii.cide t in t.c ^ -- av's b -.- c t',i i .JA'NUA R ;:, b. \. .: ,o -
,_____ o,.s 112. h TIl iS _\Y \N,\1 Y S IA I I- 1.1 1 oAl`'As-i, i Il i .
IN ,.'SE ATE-. T e I'-1-st1 then recurrmn- ,n areein.g v ,i; lh Lite Ad the .:k:l]< ko, y a ,. Tal: !;. s:i -I '.; S ::es
IN NINA.TE port lof the e .Illttee, (whicI ,o.tIls Mir. -\dars to a i.' .
A communication was received from tile Secrelary of seat, iwas decided bi a.l es and nl s as hllws: It O!" nei1hbr t the J sr.. l, Io has ,, I *l _'. .laks: 5 miles N. \1. f, mN 6
thile Navy, accompanied bill an abstract exhibing the ex- YEA Mess. A ander, Alxadr, 0 Ten. All-n, of Ten. i .S, in h1, yesterday lnul i',:r. a sample tf his ti- ihle heai oI L.Al ."itilin t.he 3: r. nr, nd
penditures, nd(.er the head of Contingent E ixpeises, as Arciler, iaIilte, Ba II's, I'. 1'. in'b our, h J. S. ,cbour., le'nt- a. afinatncier.l.had lo;i.ke a lictle more closel 1 s n i E.'s N. E. fr !i the ie.I olf th'l 1, -K,'la,
appears by accounts settled and report i that delpart I'echer, Ila.r, lluchanan i.. I- '. C 11. of ito thei shee \hlich' lt bI'f li'e hin. e would at hichI is navig:ible t its source. The s. .
ment, trorn the 1st of October, 1822, to the a0th Sep- Soth Carolna, Campbell, or U.1o, .,'rtcr, C sedy,' has.t have ea,,ed ti recoil of his own cr ti i, co ntr-v i. :vepres(ented tl)b b. .'hau it '' vin'te-
tcuiber, 1823, ,. .......'; I.) 520,676 59. Condict, Cook, Culpeper, Cuihman, Cuthbert, Durice, I .
IMr. IU L, I ", i ,. .i (Conmmiltee oni Claims, re- D) 'glht, Eddy, Edwards, of PeInn. Farrlly, FI',.rI ard, Cl-In. i it s il (iC 'cr ttlic ,-' s 0ts ii l It h ild lle, l'Ind co l.', i h the
ported unhavorably on tle petition of Charles 1. ais ; F1rot, Fuller, Garnett, GIallin Hall, ll ilton, lhairvey, i by li, but a perfct ngrc- eilt, b tweei our 1 tii n; r--thel !al(s are a, t ) bl-th fie.:t
.,hichrep,)'rt wIas rea'], and ordei tIn be piined. h--rh.di: m., ;Iemphl:ll, h. nn ,, eer, ick,W,:irkiner, Hobar:, : stantemenlt ol' thou biial;ce sIi s ;.;lt to be il.l the i iln tle T rbellrry :'f Flor!a, at!l(! i.;- ;;' r iar"y
Mr?. JOINSON, of Louisiana, o1l'i-Ld iti, lolloxwi ig" dolcoIlbe,IIHooks,]ioust1o2, in.fham, sacks, enkins, Je" Trasury on the 1st of' Jau;lli- 1824, and tilt aa', to the culiuti (o c;ii l i'. sti<'
resolution for consihI.r.io.n : nings, F Johnson, Kidder, Latlhrop, te IIr,_nc, L.Iee, ( e T rea sury Jt e t .f at;.-d also btthei li aa. 1ntild gae.
"Jtresoled, IT iat the Conmiitte on liace be direct- IeflichLincoln, Iv 'inore, Locke, Long, Lonfel- C
ed to inquire iiinto te xpedici.i o' revisiigi the act of' loixw, MeArillir, cIuiie, McKee, \lcLean, of ()!io. difli n'ttt iarts olf tll reOtr, the balatne in I We areI in'iiineld t fit e Ctiolist ftor Af.ica s
Conll(r-,s, entitled Ani act further tI) etabl)slh the i 01 lallart: v, arkl. y, i'art6idale, Marvin, Merceir,iS.Ihichld, of tile I reasu lry' wa ( ;I( ( o i.tgh to tCie esttll;tl 'I mn; "' i tt I v f.inttyl e C, lol' u- ; i's on l
pie satioi ofofl'icer s of the customs, and to alert certain i'enl. Mooree f Ken MooIe, of, i, 3G.. .. ...'* .le,Neiw- S9.3(4,055, and y'et the 'SurplufS in thl 'T'rea's rv, n i|]([ t m,. i e i .i, "In".The- *l';' 'i f~'\ '
colh etion dis'rc'.s, and for other purposes," passed 711th toe, O'r1i, n, Or ,en, Patterson, ... i ',.., I',.... o N.1. fter satis.vi' t ll tlhe a;t 'pr, ratiohll ..a ,..;t::'le -n.ii!e, t t '' In' 'l-d 'ei el'
"!al, 1822, and nakning such unu ,,ihls thereto, as a' Poinnett. lankmn, Rced, l yhi synolds, Rich, lhog rs,- Rose, up ( mels of' < ;. P|trs will he hut ,.'4':,919 "; m ,* th ni l 'ha ir,. ..-.'ls,:- ld ier u)., o N.I .
ch:lin!r oi nI'citlal!t c S ( i ay have rc1 t Ccl' U Iel-C.SS Iry S'larpe, Sil ,l... Artiour Smith, Slandefer, Sterling, .T.. ie- p t 'l 1U jutei; ., l l i;w.ir prospiis, I.;d dl lnl l l)>d .
and proper" phlnson, ate. atrt, Stoddart,"-torrs, Strong, Swan, Taylor, or, as thie Jorlllrltal hias it, S ,9O ,0h3, h!< ith,' io osuclCed, if suc.eess is i'.Ii'lr. ,ib havell ,
arl. BAIlope t'' submitted t.e followitiing resolution Tod, Tom]i son, Tracey, ITucker, of Va Tyon, Vnce', the balance which was in the T reasti ll l" first (,ioi ired thile tunt'rprize, aInd we wishi tlhell
lor consideration: ofIN. C. \aniic, ofOhio,"'Vain lItnsselaer, Vinton, \"ar I(f hiis totitlh. I tilhere were nl ali, .'o|).,' 'is lprt'f.pritv alld true freedom in lt he lad of their
"Rcsoled, That tIChe Prcsi.dent of the United States be tieli, W\ebster, Whipple, \Vhit(lesey'Villiams, ot N. Y for (he last year tlluexp ll ied, out o ,f S:t filtlds anI' lorus.
requested to lay bibre tihe Scnate, ,if in his opinion, it HIenry t "ilson, \ilso, of Olllo,Vood,:oods.-116 l tie over its r e ist
can be done without injury to the public interest,) stlth NAYS.-- essrs. Abbot, Alxinder,, of Va. \ll.son, 0, T A' I I iIseis|Iture of le of Is ie m t
information as wiil shew the state ot the relations be lall,B:rber,Con U:Brtlett, l-i'tle ,ltass,.tt,Dr dleyhtreek, qita ter of the present yeair, since tlie a. ual The e la e i sl ti f le 'tat i t) rA, met
wecn Spain and thle United States, froam the ratification tIent, lironn, ItBucek, Bltckner', Burtoni Camhre cnli', appropriation laws I ill in atll probability tot pass t n tie 1st uliti.no at Cioryioil. i.v in 11. MaIx-
of the Florida Treaty up to the priscnt time--and tIu .Clark, Cobbl, C(ocke,-1.itl.ins, Conner, Crafts, Crownin- before April ? The anmonlt of the supposed dis- WVELL w is ehcted if:t,| -eC'r I ,I the lUse so f- It
<'! ect produced oI tlose rel tonsn, by the United Stallt s, shield, ')ay, Dwinell;, Eaton, !.dw)arIds, of N. C. eills, crepany" was in the 1reaisury on thle st in- presentt:ives, i)y a miljolity if live votis over
.anidg established diplomatic intercouse with the gu Fhadoot, of Cm.:Foote, ofN. Y. Forsyth, ("aNson, a, om,, ri ofthe ctl hlsnce on S H. LAK.
vern'icnts of Sontlh and Nortll America;' Gazlav, Gist, Goarn, (;,ilt\e. tHarris. Hlavward, llgn- i a t f le at ba---l. yI.
T':e resolution sUon,lited 3 est.e-rdlay uy iCr. JOll.\- hoi, e.loimson, of Vir. .1. "Te. Jolinson, Kreti:r, Icteih hand, but tlh same iamountt was ch'lt'gelblte Upon 'O Ill POT'IOMAC; .i:1 V R,
S';.N, ofLouisianansructg ani inquiry into the expe- cr, Litchfif ld, Little, McCoy, McbKean. cK'n. M'L:ne, lhat bala' ce. So nuch, therefore, of the balance Itas been so entirely ulll lbs' united in its navti-
diu, cv of inicreasin.ig the compensation of the Postmaster of Del. Mangutn, Matllik, lMetcalfc, Miller, Mitchell, of V .;1as tnot a surplus, and formed no part otgthe l 1 t1 h i
at Ionaldsonville, in the state of Lousitanat, was again Md. Patterson, of Penn I hlumer, of Penn. Prince, Rian means u tn which aprriations for the presellt iresent th le st blcl 11el Ile s)e ito.
read, and agreed to. doIph.l.tchiards, Ross, Saunders, Sandfurd, Scott, Sibley, l ippro ll pseit the least obstacle o te Stllst I ane.
TI'he bill reported in Senate, bv the Committee on Alex. Smvth,'. m. Smith, Spaiglt, A. ,Stevensoi,''T'n y beou i It 1on1id require all early al!I tnusiually severe
Claims, for the relief of Joseph C. lBoyd, had its second Evck, TesI, Thlompsou. of (eo. Thomipsoln, of Ken. oThere are many things more wonderlll in that spell ofcohld water (vlich sl r'snt ape Zaitfces
reading. Tucker, ofS. C. Uire,..Valn \Vick, Wayne, Wloitman, report, if tlhe wol'thv' Editor of the Jonal woh do n)t indicate) t cose tie navigati -aitie even
The bills from the House of Representatives, ./b the White, Wi-cklitft', Wihllais, oof'Vir- Willianis, of N. C. look deeply into it, than this di-crepaincy.' then shoul it ha pen, we bei, iv, mus t in a short
relief f Benjamin llIfwni; to aOuhori:e the l!rying" out of James Wilson. Wilson, ofS. C. .:,,. -85. For example the Secretary ells us, that the ',gvel'n he w liF in a
certain public road in the terriry orida; andfor the Mr. ADAMS ten appeared, ql an tk ns ti t ten appeared, was ualied, and took tl leal ttw whicil tilvari- i
reie ofSmuel Iharton, were severally read, and relfer- his seat in the House. gross att o f duiies on itlIports and tonnage ably attend s the close tof our winters here.
led to the appropriate Conlinitteis. Mr MOOEI., of Alabama, offered the following reso- which accrued in the three first quarters of the W\e think we are perft ctly safe in saving that
Th'e bill from the other house, or the relief of Till iam lution, w.icht lies one day of course. year 18o23, was ? 17,800,000 ; and, itl a preceding tvessls which are bound Itir 'svxaitd'tli from
l.i'te't anidJohn Stea'os, was again taken up, as in Con- Rlesolved, Thatthefollowlng.a'nendmeintbhe made to part of the report, the reteipts from the custiims, othi,,r pltces Ihave 'i tlhi to a iii'rehend ft 0 the
nlittee of the whole, reported to the Senate without tihe 13th standing rule of this House: 2.1d lne, aiter the dibring the same period, a're stated at 815,019.39. 1aigatiov of th is 8 rv 1
amendent, and passed to t third reading. word Department," insert "the Attorney General ;" ltere's a "discrepancy" fr you What a du n So little pi e e priests ofr.
The bill reported in Senate, by the Committee on and, in tlie 13th line, after the same word, insert, or ap esio the prpretrs f
Foreign Relations, Jfor the relief of Francis Ilenderson, may have held the office of District Attorney of the derhead this Secretary must be to make a blun- the steaimbiat Potoimac, respeting thie chance of
jint the grandson of the late Col. John Laurens, was United States." "der of three millions of dollars! What is the aay impediment in the navigalip, that ley con -
again taken up for consideration, in Committee of the And then the House adjourned. worst of it, there are more such blunders in this template running this c ammIodious altd stl.ndi< t
twhle. T i Ies'ition wis ipon inserting" t26,700, as it r. ru ri pllpate Itttlilg tllii Co'ittiiniol) t .INII spietiCI.
the sum to be grastet, instead of 23,500 te s re- The late Debate in the House of Representatives on Report, upor.1 the discovery of the ilk' of which, vessel the reminder of tl.e winter; but if she
ported by the Comnmittee-the addittion proposed, thle contested election from thie 29th District of the state heretotfore, other persons than te editor of the should not contittnue, timely police, nlo doubt, will
being for interest on the sum which the Committee 01of New ork, turned, in effect, upon a single point,viz : Journal have plumed themselves. Yet nothing is be given of her stoppage.-../ .. Heral.l
states to be due for the services of Colonel Laurens. whether a printed ballot, having the stroke of a pen more clear to those who understand any thing at. Ii .~- 'll
On the allowance of interest, a liurther discussion drawn through it, should or should not be admitted as a all of the practical operation of our law ,than ahat AIdn;atDti
took lace, in which Mr. BARBOUR. supported, and valid vote. Fromn the returns of tile inspectors of thie ,
Messrs HOLMES, ofMaine, SMIITH, MACON, HAYNE, election, it was admitted, onall hands, that the two can- lhus supe ically seems discrepant. he cause In this City, on Tuesday evening, by the Rev. Mr.
and IBENTON, opposed the allowance. In title course dcidates came within a single vote of having, aon equal of the difference between the two sumls last stlaed MATr'rltws, 1KiEr'IT Y. 1ihENT, Esq to Miss HAlt-
of Iis remarks, Mr. HAYNE gave a glowing sketch of number : the same returns, or rather the certificates is, that thIe duties which accrue at one period are RIOTT CO't ItlINGEl, all of1 this City.
the services and character of Col. Laurens. Mr'. BEN. accompanying them, stated that one of the votes for payable at a substeqlewlt period, anld, further, lhat On the 31st alt. b the ev Mr. IIanlton, Mr NA-
ON opposed,not only the allo ce of the tterest, s of the desc on have ment front the gross amount of revenue accruing tomTHANIEL MULLICAN, to Miss ELIZABETH t.
ot of the pi'incipah also, as rNoposed to be gantded bn the pitted letter's were tdistctly egibhe, but a das 0t t t( Is icrni t

this bill. e l t, as tie taglter o Laurein s with a pen was drawn across the whole name : on this customs are to be deducted the expenses and loss HALL, frmerl; of Philadelphia.
was still alive, that she was the only person who had a account the inspectors rejected thie vote, and it was not in collection, and the amount ot debenttures peaid E
just claim to the money proposed to be paid; and, if the counted. The omission of this ballot, after the deduc- on re-exportation of goods charged with duty. I' D,
bill were to pass, it should be in herfavor. tion on each side for el'rroneous returns, gave Mr. 'Tiese things nlot considered, no financial report At Pthn.b Island, (Newbu.ypor,) Mr. LEWIS LOW.
Mr. HOLMES, of Maine, oved the recommitment ADAMS a ority ofone. The advocatesof Mr. W1L- roerly nderstd and very honest ELL, aed 5, keeper of the Light houses. e had
she SN onteed tha, as the ballot contanei no cl ever beroperly destt ; ai Very est El aged 5, keeper o e is ist e i t
shall be paid to thte daughter fiCol. Laurens, or her as t n- e, l aed t as 0at to be presumed tnat taind e eleetom t people may think the Secretary of tihe 'rIteasury proceeded tp to the lantern, left for the purpose of

signee. But a motion to by the bill on the table pre- would give in a blank ballot, the mark with tle pen has mystified them, when, in fact, they are mys- lighgtisng the lamps, and having a pot of charcoal ignited,
failed. ought to be disregarded, and thle vote counted as good : tifying themselves. This seems, i tlhe present isii supposed hie was sugcatd, being found dead about
The bill from the House of Representatives, fr conl- fo'it was possible tl'e voter might have been an old occasion, precisely the predicament of our indus- an hour after he went out.
.trctinll a roadf'om r lenmphi, in Tennessee. to Litte man, and did t t see the lie across the name, or a sir trious adt enterprising neighbor of thie Journal. -
Asrck, inathe Tel''itort of drkansims, 'x'was twice r'ead, and pie noan, whoio, inteindintg to vote fol' Mr. WILSON, hill l '''di I t ptor s
referred to the Conmfittee on Roads atnd Ca reals. been cheated out of his' vote, by having this oblite ated JACKSON'S VICTORY.
eenedballot put into htis hand by onan advocate of the opposite n m new Constiihtion.-Amnlendments to the Con- JAxNU.vaY 8th, 1815.
The Senate then adjourned till tomorroww' candidate, &c. On the other hand, it was insisted that stitutions of tihe United States, and of those States ( N thi) great day, historians say,
the inspectors were, by the laws of New York, the con- whose governments contain within themselves pa Rieal in. r.t iwas rewarded ; "
HOUSE OF REPRESENf1'TATIVES. tititl'j,'es ot g inessn fuden te pow famcndlcnt, (are frtqu.gt enugh. -ThroI.eAe Dmos, su tlaCter ot the ballots; that tlie a ,i l decided on this ballot t 1 ul a \tV ere ne'e1 r bet'r1 recorded.
The SPEAKEIR laid before the House a communica fthrom ocular inspection- pubthcly- under oath- and with It iS sotmetlng rare, however, to meet with it -ith well tim'd guns, Columbia's sons,
tion from the Secretary of State, containing a List of enire unanimity; and that it w'as no uncommon thil ing, proposition to substitute a complete Constitution, Commanded by old 0 ickory,
Patents granted during the year past. in that state, to erase names printed on election tickets, for tlhe existing Constitution, and that, too, by a Upon the pl ,insofNew Orleius
Thle St-'EAKER also laid before the House, a comnliu- andti even to put ballots, entir'el bli:k, into the bal- simple act of legislation, twice repeated, which is Obtain'd signal Victory.
nilation 'omr the Comptroller of the Treasury, and a flt boxes; msuncees of wxlic w ere quoted as having th described ode fo alteri the Constitution Oit'o', r l ie i o
conn ication from the Secretary of the Navy, the l.t takCen place inte L.doinil's, in tihe I. :slittur of New York, t le tie ode raering te Co tuition ctrolld, our Hero ol,

ter relating to contingent expenditures in the Navy.- (and also :o Cotng.-esF.) !h:it e.o t Iour nughit har e flanlt. W'ith judgment did his duty;
These papers were respectively laid on tile table, at I been induced by a itc.r ,f' o"en1 it'g h'1. ":' ieso.,, or some This case, however, has occurred in the State From genitne skill, and 11rmness still,
ordered to be printed, riiied 0o his, to app.'ar to vute i' ,i i.i, w :I. te voter of MxnARYLAND, atd a Couslitutiont, proposed by He saved iLAr''r and miior :
Mr. tANKIN, from the Committee on Public Lands, secretly ntllifilt th1 vote bi first oblitfer,ti'ig the narme. o[r. '. G. D. ORTINGTON, as chairman of At 11y laying a plan for ,oacki-isg haum, t
made unfavorable reports on the petitions of.loin Stealy ('The badlots are folded up, so as threat lhe name is coin contattte is esw hctuhall before the Honse of Ie's gained immortal honor,
George Salady, and Elislha Wade ; which were la.d on cealed.) To an objection that ne voter fist be out ct .cottilttttee, is tso ctuaplv befo e tle Hoitse Ol with a chosen band at his command,
the table, his senses to lose a day in attending the pots merely tot' Delegates of that State ; the prescribed moode of Under the Spangled 43ann1er.
Mr. LIT 'LE, fiom the Committee on Private Land the sake of putting In a blank ballot, *.vhtic ef'cted amending its Constitution, being by a bill, to pass
Claims, made unfavorable reports on the petition of Pe- nothing on either side, it was replied that many other botlm blouses at two successive sessions. We vtli joy elate, let's celebrate
latiah Littlefield and Joseph Fitzgerald; which were laid officers besides Members of Congress, were voted for at have seen a copy of the nlew Constitution ; and, 13 tiloely caoll, at 'i 1o i ,'S HAI ,
oa the table, the same time, and that he mIghtt have geo e to the polls from hlat cosieratio e given to it, we Whner' youel meeo't goodt society ;
Mr RICH, from the Committee of Claims, made an to vote effectual f'r these, or some of thn, ithoutonave given to it, we Where yo meet d soc
unfavorable report on the petition of John Armstrong'; wishing to alect'by his vote the choice of Congressnan find ourselves better pleased with it than we could Ihis Tnrti:gay, mi full display,
wlich was laid on the table, at all. The advocates of Mr. Wilson, however, denied have expected to have been with such a proposi- With baners decorated,
Mr. WHITTLESEY, fiom the Committee of Claims, that the instances of black votes given in the state Le- tion. Some of the changes which it proposes And, will brilliant light, till tn at nght,
reported a bill for the relief of Alvin uronson; wnich gislature or in Congress, ibrmeda case in point; because, seen to us to consist with reason, as well as to ill be ilhmilnated.
was twice read, and committed, there, the election turning on a mjearilt of the whol.- harminlnize with the general ttelor of hourl Consti lip aCO ,'Z...; ,
Mr. WHITTLESEY, from the same committee, made number of votes given, blank votes were counted, and Iltll r
an unfavorable report on the petition of John King; therefore did, ultimately and indirectly, affect the elec- tutions. To sote of the changes we should ob- is ,,,
which was laid on the table, tion;,but in public elections at the polls, the greater ject-but, Uponl thie whole. we should say the GR.E 'S' TAE L"TTJ- L]K.i
Mr. COCKE moved to take up the report of' the Se- number of votes alone was considered, and a blank bal- proposed Constitution is decidedly preferable to F'r S15,
cretaary of War, (enclosed in the President's Message of lot, not being couilted, effected absolutely nothing, the i)ld on e. 7 i Ths a
yesterday,) respecting certain contracts for cannon, can- They rejected, as derogatory to the character of an Amne- she prinenl r ai es n losed are that the y n Is at
non shot, and small arms, and refer it to a select corn. rican freeman, the idea that lie could be intiMmidated into ,p .ral lipsye TtS TtilPrL. OF POIlTUN1E( t
fittee. acting tlhe farce ot depositing a blank ballot; but were Governor shall be electedil by lihe People., to serve \
Mr. LATHROP moved that the report be reerrled to aOns\red by thle fact that, in that part o( the State of for three years, and tade ineligible for thie six Where prize, in thle dif reit Lot'cries inow drawing
the Committee on Military Afioirs. New York, great influence is exerted over voters by the years thereafter; lhat there shall be a Lietite- may be had, tl"' tunyg I, nearly
Mr. COCKE said it had been the universal practice of agents of great land companies, to whom voters are in- ialt Governori; that iIe Gvernor is to have 4Colt il-U (1 1' t a_\i S .
the Hause, wheree documents were obtained from thie dthbted on account of their fails; one of these 1compa, a onleftSi wi i tt te I ti th lse t (if It.r d
department by special calls of the Hlouse, to allow the nie', (tle Holland Land Company,) owns a iract which p ntment, wi te advice a consent : ..
mover of the 9,1 to have the document submitted to a covers six entire counties, and its agent exercises aWell thel Senate, (lor lheere is 10 be i no illuncil) of all lt O. A
select committee. The Committee oin Military Affairs kuno n and powerfulinfluence in political matters, &c. civil tlficers ; that the Semte shall be cut po- 'd g".&, 's soil,
were already crowded with business, to which, if they IThe propriety of rejecting the erased or crossed 1bal- sed of one iembter forosl eachl cotiilty ui the i, e"*' 'i-lut -
suitably attended, (and le di at doubt they ld fo l, 5as aivocatedby Mr.S'TORRS, Mtr.MAiltINDAI.E, State, to l elected e'achn ill his troper couvi.ty 5t,,00l 5DOLLA PI S
so,) their hands would be full. lHe hoped that comlmit- Mr. BAYLIES, Mr. FAItRELLY, Mr. MA LI,.AtV, a tnd i t til' ,B besides smaller prizes; and where the cash may be
tee Sould make a general and timeous report on all the Mr. SLOANE ; and opposed by Mr. TEN E eCK, M.\'. to serve fur four ,ears ; tat the ,h llfary
matters before them, so that the House might have op- THOMPSON, of Ky. Mr. ELLIS, Mr Wl{o llH I, and shall consist of a Courft l .\ alpeitls, a Court of j' m s..

tion bill at the close ofthe session, was passed. lie ask- Those who supported the amlen ent of Mr. LIT'. roln police by ihe Giovernr,. oin (he jiint ad- ./ good ~7't(d jIor oa letail .lerchaul, and
ed it, as a courtesy, that the gentleman would withdraw 'TLE., whici went also to exctlde Mr. ADAMs tfro a v dress o two-thirds ol both Houses f 'thlie Li- 'O.seC foir a mntall'PFamil.
his motion, seat in the oIonse, were, Mr. GAZLAY, Mtr. LS'TTrE, ur, ; ta tr sk 11 a re o tt l .l.
Mr. LATHROP consented to ithdraw it accordingly, Mr. CLARK, Mr. CAMIB.ELuNG Mr :.I.\. rUM, -isla ure; tlt there slall be i reliiois test, 'Ie subscriber has n rd rent an excellent SSanx :
and the documents were referred, as moved by Mr. and MrI. IoGEBOOM. lThose wVlo opposed it werr ntor disqualification po teachers of r'ollgit; th;at b Jy .iyt ll' a t.illccryor iDry <,od t1 o e, wilh an lIp.
COCKE, toa select committee. Mr. WOOD, 11'. M'I)UFFIE, Mr. MALLA ltY, Mr 11 soldier or sailor in the service of thle Unitetld :cI,5l'titonls ftor Ia 0malnl il;any, on 7tii st'x'.t wt s I
On motion of Mr. P. P. BAHBOUR, it was STORRS, and Mr. SLOANE. The debate co\cered th States, or of tIhe Stale, shall obtain (|taliticalion naio .i ,teh oppois^tte tie entle cl 'k e t.
Resolved, I'lat the Committee of Pensions and Revo- same ground as that of yesterday. a a vte by e ig sttioNed wrI in t e State, For ter, hfhicii l tbe te.1a ; o, inquire ,f
diencr ofaprmuberilg, by law, oe t'tie pasyenit tile he- TAKE NOTlICE. nor shall any man lose is (|uatliitation to vote H JSEI'i. llalitltwS,
gal representatives of Abner Porter, deceased, for a r-p tIH is !o foret. ..' all person's trl"m lakiing an As. or t bef elected t" any (Ilit'e, by reason ofi ab-' .jan 8-10ot A. tie 1' 0 ..1 ".>l ,t i ti-.
quantity of corn furnished by said Porter, to the conti- cJ_ iogne et, on al nd w Ich Itcx.ctedc to tOBEl, senee on public employment out of thf State; that NOTICE.
mental station at the Albcmarle Barracks, Virginia, du,.- s[ .G.E''ON ftoer Tt o Tlh ioand D .,r-. d .l d ,,.inr there shall be a general valuation o fl' all tprilpen Ly,nr
ing the Revolutionary war. tirne in Otctober', or tile legiting oi tI.i s i :omih, [..3 ,.e personal, and mixed, onei in everCiy ten ]rn' T- ]i b ia oiprtI,
on motion of Mr. BIOWVN, of Penn.it was " Js,,lved, That thle Committee on the Post Ofi'e and was tirau alently obtained, I am dep nienl ,. ol lt ,,,, t'. years, an i ht taxets shall be asste-sl oacctor ling- Janulary 7, 18s4. 5
'ost Iottads be instructed to inquire into the expediency i NML SINGI.ETON I tal the Constilllton mi be ameIlled by vNl President and 1)irecltrs have thii : ,I ecla'd
of establishing a post route, cuimm cimng at Belletoine, L,,idt.iun cIunty, Va. Nov 26, 18.3. pr: oitionis, p[alssing thIe Legislalrte at two suc- JI. a ,ividend of tI,ee dollirI and filtv ccints pLr sha-t'
in Centre county, Pl'nn, thence to Karthous, on thue est Jan. 8-3t cessvhive sessions, with tile voles of two-thirds of ftr the last three months; which wixl be Ipad to thll
bank of Siasqu.-hanna thence to iclard G.lh't's, on bll branches, c. sk!ders, (who he paid their ssripis l
ennet's branch ,ot the Lit Cahios, ine ahi in C -h oeld oireC Cheap Goods at ihe toi'tio. Oot re brac leet d
county; thence to Stcithport, McKean county; thence -- i ther ( eal i v t 1 hpa i)loT i
to intersect the road froin Erie to lluilo, at or near the W. WV. WHITE & CO. Thie scat of IsAAC WILSON, the silting mentier .Ia 8- t s,,.,'.
town of lHaitilton, in thle state orNe'w Yorkt. 'A m's f' VE jisit receive, fb.on I .w y Ihie anid Phila'(e' of tlhe fouse of IRepreentSivtes drom tlh 9th '' I'
On motion of Mr. GARNETT, the reportofthe Com- pthia, hianidsomc ass rtmeint of FANCY GOUI)S, election district if the Slate o New Yoeri has On S'aturda, the Ii10h inst. Iat 1 o'clock P./.
mittee on Claims, on the petitonlelouisepn Janncy, was. wih, in aldd:tion to thI- former stontk. e(st"e :I been vacated, ad PAUMI.,NIO AAMS Ws yester- t~r" oit the C.ty uri.,t n and Coni,-il nt'lr ( s, to
referred to a committee of the whole House.. i e-mplete asOsrim-nt of FANCY and bTAI'eLE ] .1i ) Y td Itt itted to a se.l the rptreselttafive from ctlse l ietl 1 ell f l ie lii e, slider, and to r
OnmotionofMr. WICKLIFFE, twasS. ,icl ill be s Id at rdued prices, if tmely o ea s the epse e close coces, t f w article:
Resolved, T'hattthe Conmnittee on IevolutionaryPen 'appl.ion be made at their C E'.P STOilE, so, that district. 2 per T* |es, ;"a.hle 1 .p
sonrs be instructed to inquire into the expediency of sie u Pe Savlo'ania Avesme. lhree doors east of dhe .no ,h l as 1 14Sr oaacy Cprairs, 2 new leneonr us
placing Jesse Murphy, a soldiers the evolution, upon Centre Ma, k,-I. Amo.'g iatem arec- 5 Among the |asseters wAlo arrived lIlre on 15 i rte lrinpls atoi "i'ranmcs, most of thtn ic-
she Pension List. White' a.d colored Iris Gauze, bor Laics'Evening tuesday, in tile sleam boa Iotoac, from Nor- ctd I best ari.ts "
On motion of Mr. HARTLEY, it was re:.,ses folk, were CosI. BA.ION, Cty,t. FiNCoII, lattached 1 T1 abl, -S,' 1,ePoI \l 7r.e -


RJesolved, That the Commniittee on tie Post Ulice anLd F lich Fired Levandine S'ii's. Black Isalian LusriL g to) the West aIndia fleet, and Cadt. DiALLAS, of At.l.oL',"' Post Itoads be instructed to inquire into the expediency Wlack and ,lout id C,'ap *I :ind Crape lobcs the U. S. 'riget ,, l.111o Ad n n .- ; ('il.I t re .I I st 1 *all i > s
of establishing a post route fonom Mansfield, Busyrus, and i, white, Black. a.ii s' ,.'et Lon.g %S: *, lns Lamp-, (;;.s and (:h!,ia Ware I i
Copper Sandusky, in the State of Ohio. 1 elegant Cr 'ins,,n as do d') 'rinal cost 5;i) -I ,rk i abls, i,.;' | S(,.
Tile engrossed bill to unthori:the surveying and mak- Ilandsome hassrtint of Frencm ;b ioy, and other I'he UtJ. S. Stiue ship D "lt ly, It. Col. i u.II.E, Likeise,
:n" a road from the point ,,ppo!e to .1lemphis, in Ten- Calices sailed from Norfolk oil Suillday, ad lthe U. s. 4 bah as, con!,,i.;i: 15 0 0 u t(il!s
'.osee, to Little Aock, in the 'Territory of /'rkansas, was Black, C .lir, and Pi .i! i-. ,,m;azines scor. Fox, Lt. (Coudi. r'rcit,;, 1it e stine after- 6 o.s tes Spern" i ,,il, ',
rcad a third time, Ass.:t, wilholut a division, andsentto 1 case LesmhrW: Flats, aIsorted numbers noon ; he former for Key West (lirct *nd the 2 o best w ie 1- '.
)IC Senatefl'conl'urrenlcec. i C l;tbs, (a,-"trr,-, Cas,,' ete and a gjtiteneral aesort- lth v l m t t \dI, es .
lie I1l nse took up the unfi nish ed business of y ester- A, ol tbe r ensd th a e id a ge ie rl s o l tter0 l ath J 's ic l. to ,Al .la d!2l ,25 N 'lNE R.:t resirv -'s..
diay, which was the motion otf Mr. LIATTI"'to ins-rtl (the other article in;the Dry odl it ot e.every U.S. Consul at that port, w'I, gos pa1segger i MAH:O, Auc.i t
ore r not"t thie second reso!iron reported by lie I t-it hter, an -(i '
srrsohitoon rep,,rted by thu jan 8-'.t herjan A-OF


hMILLTARV BALL,
./I the m1/ishi g/on ..Isse ';.l Ha:,
Ii commemora;.ir of tle Vic/ory o, f Vetw (L.unstt,.
iail. hi/ hlo20It 1/l Gral' Jakso??.
' V. .} C t .i c I l forn. is if', :ind
JLA :'. p ;;: i .: .lt i.I re:at. ilt io' P rty w il ali.
p ic: : 'i, .-A.d y :.' i .i .I Ih'e 3. h J-'T i iar). ':' :,
celebrate .i, n ; t '.. i .d'li'.. d .. Th I.e i ,il H .'' ;
iea' tifsily d 'l ora' ed I e ',ti 7 ;o'i di. il.,m' initie tlt uh
ad0 *tI lg'hts. f a.'al trd ai I .Isrv Gentlicme itr
res-,; ctfu.Hlix e j tues tied tO a't.end H, tl ir uniiform'l .
til ik" r t i' .i'.sI', eis" hM., ;-1cs one do!ib 'r.
Pii'a~I :,,;I.' I all i i ii p oo.ac a jl 6 -Iltf

i,/ ,Cr:)i)A(.CRlE r ..ctfidly annoiounces to tw e
L lA Ipi i li 'as i -c i;'s in thle ta sliiiiog, .s-
, i,,lbi' 'ai'!, t'i!l be dt 'l'ers o d on tile u'oieia s p-, i ..
til; :.V, a:( so '- lle one. vehisgy, each et L k)-
or I i:h two d(i :,i intitli w i all0 iv .s h gven,) dt ;'
thle e w ee ks c,;v( e].cing wsthh M:;hnla, .Janu .) 1-.
T'he Lecture ot'f Mtloil1 al' nexl ,i ajl 12tih, will '. ]
a brief sketch of tie IHi-stor, of the Science fimin iile
e:'. ICst ages; atnd so ie argunet' s ton rove I is Oi-':so.
Tihc Lectil'ier will fully explain his plals, and Ixh::I,L
;ipechnens of his extensive apparatus. This LecCu i :' \N
be periectlh aui'-ris, but thile mode for regulating thle :,,-
missions wiil be announced ill thle Intelligencer of Fri,,y
next.
TERMS.
The whole course, eight trans!errable tickets, fiyte '.ory
ars, each Lecture one dollar. Young ladies and gentic.:-
mnt iteiider 12yIe ars of age, thle course, three doli, s.,
Laclih Lectiure 5 U cenis.
Do>ras will open ati a quarter past six o'clock, the Lcc-
ttures \w!Il u'gin at seVCen and e(nd at ninte.
Mr. Goodiiere will be llappi to see his friends any
tay betwVeei the hoWurs of ten aold twelve at his private
apartments, thle next door to Mr.. Pishey Thompsonll,
look Store, Pennsylvania avenue.
jan 6-dIF

TO THE PUBLIC.
R I;sr'Ii"t having' paruaily prevailed, in cons.ie..
S .A uce oif the sbscriber's ann io;u ci,.g !is desii
1(, dehiei a ?:ou..e cf LaLi Lectuiresthis .,finer, tLL he
wOtuld, p obab'y r. iquish the pi iet f la, he bug's
:ave t i contradict inllths way i; > uc ,i i.is cl.is a' .
'-s"de at a olstanc I. The dut es: da-volveitt on hi't.r
rom nls connexion x with the Uiterst'y, -'cf py a very
,CteonsiderAb:e portion of theda.v ande'li Sure 'of Lec-
jores, hch het it now t delvi-ri;ag, has betn written in the
nlervais of 'hii pr,,('fessioi.,! s dies. He wil! conillue,
er with incb creased z( al. his pr'ac ice in the sta'c
I.lrts, ali thoa uIf th-s United '1at-s, wih which hi3
- !Ir eig,- iem nts shall not b.'t pe:rmi't d, in a'iy de-
T I o'e, l') inerfert-.
, t "v',',I I )\V i a tR onFFMA T.
P'm1s.Y/ltania Company for insurance on Lives
and Granti,,g Annuiies.
OfAice, l'o. 173, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia.
I t ; IS company, w:is ii,c(i porated ill 18,2 Ii lthie Le-
igislature of -te ,I',ate, with a perpetual charter,
S a capital of hahl a ni: 'n of do'lla,'s, ofi h c.) one
iondred tllhotsandl his teen p id ui, it .akl-s all Kinds
;i contracts n which thile coutingeucis ,f Hfe are in-
volved. A general idea < nf tie lerrs; and ot the- nature
an,' advantage of tth,> cun'tacl.s, m,) be derived froin ile
!ollowi,:g cases,
1 A person aged 30 years, may ensure "t his heira
S10i0, in case of his dling in oce y, r by paying
$1i8 20 to tihc fC, -npiy; or the san e sum may be se-
',r-,! by hi, cre,!it r,-, shouldd they be in danger of sus-
10nii)g a lo, lo that amiout by his death.
2. A pislnll ayied 35 years, may insure s1000 to his
uanily. at hIf. death whenever that may happy ji, bi pay
ng to the Company $32 80 anw-uall. dur, g hi If if.
3 A person aged(i 60 ears may ciire -i, himself
Touring his life, a.i annual income o. annuity il iUs;', by
paying 5930 to thle Co, pany
4. '. r.'i agi'ed 40 years. mray purchase, for $282
i deferred annuity f Sl0, payable from the age o; 60
years.
. A ititsbad r ag'd -3, years;, my t-obre tdr e :t e wife
.gedl 30, a.. annuity of $ -00, to commence at his death,
bt payid:g "3 20 annuAly to the Company, as long as
Eliey are both living.
L m'lrenl may stecre to his child a gross sum or en-
dowmnent f $1000o, payable vwhpn (thle child is of age. by
,,,rg' $'2.39 13 to the Co, anay at the time uf its
Ir: h; **r 2 iM riteu applications should mention the age, state of
health and residence (f t h. parties on hose lives the
co, tracts are to depend ; and are to be directed (post
paid) to either of the tlnerignlId.
R. M. P 'TTE.,SON, President.
EUGENiUS NULTY, Actuary.
jan 8-

VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
N purttu.t.cie i aln order issue' u ias Prince
George's mCoinly Court, as a Co'urt of* Equity sit-
i.,g, aod to us dir ced, ilt be exposed to pub;'ich ale,
,n he premises, to the highest bidder, on Tiutsa.y the
0lh of Mai ch tex at f0 o'crwk .A. M. t!alt -aluabi e
F. rn, tileeslate l t ltel- e HL IMPIltEY WILLIAMS,
ol'veased. 1 o.!ainirg 4-. 0 acre', more or less It lies
Viwlin 1n mili; s of tie Ulty of b Wa,.-l g'ion, and 2 of
Magrudr's T'I vern, and ldi rctl' on tie r' adl leading
irom 1 adeisbiurg to Annapolis. It has iinuafldciency of
,inher an.d meadow land tor its sup Vit. C.nid is well
a, watered. The timprove1'.ents are an t.i DIweIhln l with lolr rol.no s on the Itla .r t-'or 'r.d three
oin t(h upper, two hirge 't1 bacco Hotuse s, a fine At ole
and P6achl Oc',ard and every other .". ssary out
building. iall in go ,d repair 'This lanl is l. :'l adapi .d
to the growv'tl oi fine tobacco, as weil ai, corn, ,x hat,
rie, oats, &c. and will be sold in part, i s or othcrw se,
to suit purclasers, onl a credit of one, t,., ard thi't-e
years. to be p:iid in equal annua! instaliments, t pur-
;'h-ser or purclhasers tu wive bond lo the s al. o! na-
* la! d, wvhiiii two approved securitie-s, bearing interest
r(.m the day f sale; and on the payment, of ti'e whole
Sf the piurehltase money, a good and sufficient deIed will
be given, by
lI('CHAlD J. MOl'SELL,
GFht':A;E l'AGt, and
SAMUI'. P-r i.L PS,
Acting Con.nnissioners.
Also, at tlhe 'ame time iad place will ie sold several
ta iiabule NEl'(U!'.t, ami.;ng b. 1cb are three Men, two
1 0 ., a,,i o .tii ,l ; ;t ,, .s!'.le, Stle etp, Il(..t i and.
io;" .s, b )ea1n0 in- n) tIl ( nI.ti'I, I .S I' mil' l rt oi 'utht r lar-
,ill ban i;'ei, 1? the ['ur' oa.st r or pu; rl. sers stving"
loull,, '.1n it \11 o ipprovl d sec-rnities, bearing interest
11;1111 i'le 1.1 ,, [ 1uu.
., ---1 lfSw



SELLING AT COST!
United Stales Ci/othii'" ,lor, opposite Brown's
it/ h/.
't1 lNTL'['.'.! ".N'S PI.A- ; Cl. AKS, and LADIES'
ttl I i.A1 l) MANIt.1 -, i l it b sl 1tli i'y gtodsand
ioi,; super li.t hE S COAT'i:, I O'- CK ai(l StUl -
To|U ., si,:. l.li k, 1hl,10 C. i ,ili..n, S.riped, and.
(;.r i.l,. 'iih .,.x l I' li and I;, s:!..'re P,\SN I'A .LOONS,
S, Et ;,':k Glk, 't .ia u i ,. C( ,ith ;l, d (;;,ssirr.e.-e
1 >; v !, C -l'. :. h: ( i ...A I' <' A'l I i I t; i -educ-
Ied ;.' 'oI I ; a; : i t I:ti; i t the
',nC,! i; i wV' rale' (.f ; 50 I '.,; wI 'b Ci. l t H-
0." l ( l C' \ a St x ,;, .i ;, I U 0I sio, CI ,1 t t ..

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'%- --- ._NIOTICE.-
_-- i'TO THiE EDITORT S,Il hisduy-Iet t.em ror ter T eyh y't i facti, co- _... _.. .. / ,, I LIAM S111'1 h. s this day been appo-nted
__ -.11I..tnlonn, 10th D :C 8 defend it-they support N F y ,i
)0 at4Ina l iinll renaet;;n." The pulicl 0th lo ben apprehensive it in pec; and in thellm ti e Uni on 11 lie, ^,vove's, and hla ... .s ed byo tile t a-sirvof Wasqlin ..gol Paris to be
a p, e ll i v t ._ ___ ,6 e ii -.e? ? -_ 1 ...- ..-% ;2 4- e x to n ,4 'til e V ,a s h ii ng i n P ~ ir s h !B u ,-i a l ;r w n d H ':9
THE n 1 AL -N V (that the attempt to increase the duties on foreign man t. ,hen ,bmen com-bine, good men must unite." e -- .--."-? !,residence is on Pennis) lvarua Avenue, near thle Marine
TI1 RADICAL-NO, T tctu s would he repealed by the advocates of mono. I1 1 ,p ,on wit hi ch th'se who dblu ; /* tile adocte Garrioon, lny order.
if e--- r o a. poly in the present session of Congress, with more than Fn t e ahos e deluded, approach to tlhe trial of this .-- "-,1 ., -- -.JOHN 1. INGL--n -rd Reg ter.
If the Secretary of War can nd the su ol thei-. usual claor, and more than their former con- soi or nized and ebattled-and, -- ^ jn7-t
the Republicani e is pprofagainst the combined at- The apprehension was not unfounded. L hat rians, endeavoring to alarm their ad- -0- l 111" N I -
I;It l ike ancient barbiarians, enidea,'or:n,,:gto ahurnm their "ad- 7 "-. i;.;:.._. _'-
tacks of all tHie Radicals. ] Lt, with all the boa s and u p ent. iv. ter tory, most "auntd by c es the soun.l oftheir weapons, instead ofshak- a ] .ers' ,t Sirch;rles' ]an ,.
pledges of tis ,pernicious fr end, it is nam est t le ls ese c lllning and l nsai able associations, has received a i -t." 1 or pairing te energy o he onst ` ,T 1, 18 .

las ot sevri e nty o f lwh i ch lem b rac e t l~o se in tile blu e a I 1 :1 s 1 o i ttic e T1h rc al use ik g o o d Sa n c tio n e d alik e bi c o l)m m n se nl r o n t rAc T E d y a r etol : ii dt n d o f't h r e l e. h ch w l enp ato tJje ;l
SaIabor tonttoP expirev, [r'e AwTiORTev dismiss h^ ine aULCM.

were uobered to follow in t"e order ofthze other sixty- s o,,te,_taisi stem restriction on the many and pro 1 Nth 1",ti n o f t, n d the au ices o tlh furnish, for the use of the o Territory of Arkai s, an dl y, the 5th instt.
three, but they contained all those in Tiat book, I .LSion Oilth few, not only abidges the profits and en- C, wih e abstract ofthe Military Bounty Lands, lying wvithi ,the 10 f. SI ., onh er,,
them cotssnform to ty- ie prei ous numbers. Ieu at pions ," l e nts of the great body ofthe people, but necessart- .,r ie to f i thrto itcn e same. an
psion, consequently, which retains a delinquent's pay, Iv pove ihes and vitiates t re m end cant objects of its h t o n au t in th e dor e ijn tices e oer nto ae dl. it eice/ed by d '"he S ate and l s of pre-t fs.i e a
last havebeenoincludedandbwasced part ose tile t e hl horenttohatrour, eurssth se ,'hog, an se T as i 'o, 1s anc-ol d e alitk ue, hseo I tBte A e i.t hena' year, e Gd ADE elst 1tt. which wiL l an [d toe. -
This, in fact, seems to n e conceded, and wn. a l t i she t Th e ie d of taxation is citer fiscal ow t t'g n td p oh their intere sts or to the sepe rioeit ndof their sentatives of the United sh/a ll e io inhe TrcTurto" t .t n
w hat is t he fact ? In tl e sesa ion ot 1822 tha e prono c aiple s t m po itcstl pore tronIt thea a, ndG. L Ar u p ae re i s e indeed ra ean b c nrt y abstract to be m ad e out a transom itted -or t e A i' T TE i
to retain tlie salaries of delinquents liad been settled, in, regad t the lirst object, it is only requisite to as. /I; Wnor fetv than, fir, se m anul n use ,ofthe Ter-itory of Arkar, end en drafted in every appropriation o reo m proportion d tois et promote t he pro ess of agri- of sa id Territory, of all the Military B nty old do ell o ppy now, as i the la ppy

peal of "tlie army regulations. I'hat f leL m. ar^ object, and tlhe amount adjustedl to its intent, in order to cu* r Ev caig m r enl tha the ex i.^ Bu Lan whc hav been patented to tlhe soiliiers slhall receive uins wontt-r.
!df yt o n ce th, Fr t her uln on qahrh, -oigc rhe p o a 0 n t h te crV osheno wsntpnlynceo and the faspic es of t he


rer halted this rule, because they had previously pro vwded o heans <)ac aiti0v1it; d eoft t po pe, t na ri- tnese h h e rtl itedw t a r eens s ,aith ert, s pat e ntee, and the time when issued. r --," m, s
ot crs more definite, extensive, and e qectual. It py un h. i cu e r, ihe s ando itan ind las been robbedia oficts iouitss 't i Tr a t.el tto ecir shoulders to it e wheeled ta fede Ih CLAY rae 7- Ti h Sffrrset, G .or ..etow
p pleasant to recur to that transaction, but the cause o e loh, thrift to gratify ex- s doin tey must Speaker of the House of U T7epresentatives. k
mtrepeal is well known It oased altn dat ty travasla bnce, and the qinsoa thle ar iculturist perverted o l n:u' tre the h' ntdre ss or centth e s e iort ffote N GAILLARD, -
somehaof the depenOdents othe at Depal tent ut ..t o dr e manulhctrer. It is now let" oo late tlo renter-' *r.en," pe. ea il sond rincyles a nd diss eminate libe- President of the Senate pro tempore. I. IT Il w. .
Ye arc now, for the Pirst toe 8>ven to understand, hat ne e o r g u hnnens b o t which the pernicious operation of a ndc e eone t edu the s res th exertoves a n shdat m eans W as inEton, Jan, 1.T e, 1824. ... Ua dre nro'. >en, t ,r ,N
"they claim the riht oa p d operation b well is itca los. tio n, c "n-species of industry fom te e lec l ,o ,te s l .th i.ocome anileds wIh mlin t Approved: JAM S IONROE Cn o. nnati, til. end d 11 .-
lnThe "Rtepublicanswillen.tt succeed dt tno ns raee that e defimposit been dmonnstraoed, or to cro'd (I It ia "y I .t"ofre alltle S 5-it t*I.a; ile -l r ,d cce l sbscrbr, (torK ) le left...



inquiry bypointfg to the Treasury Department a For 1 cc" bavl coh ofp toipod qieiotaiions from Smih, Sav, .d counoract py tic e pr I t t I es o one hundred do)l;..r i )I|., of tti o Lank of
his sake, we must keep i m to the point. Without a s a Edinburgh eview. Tl se wters ae a sli een lie e et METEOROLOGICAL the unied S paya a t e in W into



reinforcement, it is more than he can manage t t ccessile u w reason of (,he latter aprerendothere,.inoo d nano e ch n r- sr [o both dated 1st February, 1817, and pavgU le to R ic.ud
s erv litc e patronam is e guen to the p reasry Here o iltct, and theliuisten d to, nor relied on by our mo- o olt. g sorae atlesh a tesy x hsit. M TEOROLOGICA 1EbORT p t OR ECdY 1823. ts hde marked wiew tice lter A, N 686, the oher
ithe money is t /chtyea,-at tine war and Navy Departs- so slis-t ho, while the se inveterate abuses disappear o -a s uta w p wih letr No. 42. T e letter was put inouo the
nents, itis erxele. Th lie language of t le ot i e is, tr "r lyi l t )oundationsin America. t e r i iess no d nnltlimate run ofa p' eca be no of the late ar ny, orto their leal 'epresentatit O ice in Cincinnati on the d ,y of its date, but has,,




' Come and Pan;" of the others, >ome and Receive." Accordin r eg to thes statists, it is Iust that -e es not beo- rfceirco by the subscriber. All f reins are
'on' ; ., .e s.ppv, (I y"far,, II'W lsi' Cg1... .s




-Since the co rmencement of ties administration, the Se- should C "em a ..11r more mo a bad hat, sha in 'e m Is Mst cannot be remained; but that l c P n stppy o F eamil Il, e




secretary of War h as directed the expenditure of more th, n s o oe s iree d flourishing commerce: (wlcn whicd r;N n otrl nd efp nsnriti sto s, lmtd mo witRhi OMIhTEs., dAai. l tnd are requested to tive e.a ..b at the Bmnk of the
ethan f t mi lions of dollars. In each year, he controls vid decline as they succeed,) we should pay fora ,l' ,ood tt dli nicL Il e I i l l v u tlwtom n ta to ue U ntd States, or to tle scriber, o any person wr o
the disbursement of about ei ilins, and it is no cer- mean contend that; an o lle, oor artcu ral societies, hr name of the patented, and the time when issued. e In payment; fr which a suitable reward
tain that somes more ething more ma nt e added, to make up n i ess than the skill and industry o e tclly t lose of lad V n t bls te- 00 will be paid by
the ag ate of his annual bounty. e see then, at uesi lns, thelbo- 'm.ni prod its an d encoura m it qus. y a11 o ccullth ctivrly the bst tracts etl er 8 M2r 9 M ISAAC REYeO
o easant to recur to thu man of his inclination and abuse ion, oF e 'e t tol independence, s thrift to tifeUca their sh rd er t tee Decr --- j in 7-1-fi S"
Se a t is well "known. Itwn asFol r wlt ati on s r made s z c .us.. t is ard oy. h the i "o o olisshave(one, and arinnow doing, thete s so sty S aker of oheH ouse of' Hl bpresenatatves.





-ade c o lf' u die s pI ea r and ... ... .. aiees cors, tr av s an e lot the o!suns I k eant c nlturlst a erver lr thize h e sitrcnch a ndp e to 41c3rNetso t AoLL coD, a cocceret B L 3l.
handsome of the dependents o t h o atDe partm ent.o oc t. ra: a .n. a nd.pfen soatie e alof t e a luist pe erve red -k l 2 28 5 36 N te. wary IY Cte w lrnlpbb oGA LRD,
i Pot e, irsth t d z e q in tl h t o p oect tile m danufature r. It is now too lafte to re ter- o ... ea ll r ... 4 4 .T Nom4e. a(m a 1.63; t: .. a
e ahe d e s s, o of w fo the t d anie s ofiven a un erstandusa r thao- ee o 11 n mlf btcsr t po i ni m ke rs 1 <1. 1 a t lo msst a r pl a nd ansd d trn atse hbe- 41,0 34 Se. naeapr oay o m oe rL, ST N OI .






rehich to thes e tr scton s o p haticall-allde Ie emplent of ior w e nts f ti c^tpl poli c IOpe at in tica countIy i t ap as t(hlsye a Foataned tten:o,' ,, 6 2 36 34 N W. S me sno. .0OR T Iho orI l17
sa rc ntow, e tcnre Is or"" t e Co 1 '''u nte sbto whlea thse er n s at ion O tch ad c es t m np s, t e sc y aningtont0 Jan. 1, 1824. C4 I s az q P as g e Ol
they clano then right of nd tinae swn rellasoin erp s ltil.MIS t an d icos h t r 'c e, t rth r rse nt a ives, c NtaA: p e t -; o. p 1 ,erIe d OI,, eL.o, n
.Thmoe so I' stea dy cvl o turse. sa eo c p to st o rs of'ou aslsiace pro S!;. T vl 111 t Overome y ^ r n ssX^h ilt Ap rvc9 :6 JAM8 I2bR E _;- Lloodly til wind, i: lSiEY Maelesterutr win ll s,. il li) cb n ctc the t f
.tho e r "euna c hment m iy not of t e lor a e in It d hs pea dce d est ,t n et have bs e ma n t a ct o t eir prcis oe m nu c o r ct fas hic h atll hse h itne 38 or tcrowd,14 E. W. andtyo. T hI)[ t ee o rn s hl1.0
blquirys bytpohlfting to fthe Treasury Dcp rtnentll stck -o h .i ... d e r .rd h .. an o u ctc ;idittohvcustfee. .Tlvh..T5e!8 ,with their -?. .. ,l d n,, to t sbscrb er, T e h







teuch dipsc sio a d reu ctio n ato o um r oe pont. c ad t onse t a : ? e .eamn t ers he a asb e tere e't l of erop l l lletIreesn ing e,, w 3 3 S W in .40 aven s
.y to .. am fc t of the menathod aoter, subs 1e se teorre ns, and the E d inebur edienc 1 e pil mtes ,re sst e i METEOROLOGInaCAL.tshe United Saan i, payable at Ile ( 33 4t,1 S C eit soashtln,
reinMorce mentits ln oreian of e cal, l mana ge.h -,,nistGoonn o t tn S 1 both d8ted ostFebrunary, 1S17, 6nd o4 N az O cor, t Nlo ds V
fre totha e se tr saonaos rotac the re srlloet access an da nl s8e'ab5le ; an b\ rason O 3 3 W N S so 04 oinstrument of lood.
V ryl oitte p ron dgisg with t e eat r y "rinry .u ,ac ....ne d t o.r tsen nori refi ectoO hIs on ra n eo vtiN hil e the a oide r es of Bvlt ina, nm eesra y t m 1 30 3 33 Clear ofth t'h im e teieh er, Ne. Orle s o er











t oney is coui necge -at t he SWtar y of N n pDe arct-s "- sgond--a saltary tr nth, which is exemd ified b the METEOROLOGICAL 3EPORT FOR C. 183. Cults;le l i
the p tbl xe n .to hele ac n ged t oe this unopoasti n who, while these i etoIate abres disappear distress and ultimate ruin of all protectedDntiu t withc p 1 lefttr 4 ), No.3 4.2. The letter r ns p.t in the
n e ot t be t tsc rredl at th e ca neuat me n t e o n s1 r, in os e ue.al i gt e i u s d a t f n ions ain A r aI l'"i' o wedl Accoordisng TIuI ii nn i tt a ed,[ Yl ly,, th o rhOI Us l ,my tr o n he d *2 A; o its d 't" sate, b ut h a
t Co n an d ine y of 1 th oue others,"h 'o me and he ccive." co li toe 's tat t t t tw e trs tnat o ro s popya thc H g 1 33 3 3 nms;m esrn a ine r. A, s.,n ar0!
Tho em thl rote re weno e regnlintdr 1e ade that.n the at nb cautce ag s.t..- r k 1 e heentidho.c e n io tse du I" "' te r hec ted to se o the C 3 4 40 o l d mon ti n 0
Since the cn m m ence nm nt of this adrm inist tion, it w Se- sh em ..f o,, ore foire-a io n, afo b simr a tlet 23 4ined r o b e m naitth, il i h e m i ,o ri i, and ,tleotai nd mo












cedto 88pp ose s a edcion ohrf nuy ers of pa,81 comen ts flow "a\ssties tion1 nbeto ta ton obef sclo ltcl Mr. Ga rned Dhe Clit erat of Souro h Choweve, hI drscoer,- I 34 in 3cat 9 1w o.&Wid 1.4 llysfaood quaity, nd remak bl elt be dan
anar yof1 ,41 col, ih heemen, ae e n bti n tgive them lcti n ot. cntiuto,.ndtteIttun is ltnto os t hesC, ube t, nd wtlh sii u 2 -)0aterno.t he),rac t e ont e Nths -o eAvn
cre tary of ar has directed the expenditure o f sh n ore the course of oa fin d est flourishin om erce, (w hichNi es toim dil i ge nceIbs, n h asvis e tor om the CrianrlnTe.t A .or-. h o aler m c u e sdi lonved .a'.i ...e batthe B sa o tes









thave been risk l d, s f dpop sibalito o e yearc luie conless, inofbt e wetlhe rutican d r i nhI eexpieseoy ta ft he lcpo cig no rea s a v kt o/f racts, and, om ths e THER MOM ETE 43 E, I aw c iqs tdtoi v -ro p..e and siatf tile sBais file
6,600ee n, t heceta y hfs beed00 an actisall e ls 4 men r cl s or d r fth e n ob ltiev ha th few cu oes wli ot le e woth A meso ietie an qur'gesio n, i trb li33y. Io woltDepar-8Unit(I States, or to th2v e s crier, of any person whoa e



oetthan m:f y ml~stery doleas no en ahyeare T he cawonto 1809, d ecino they]I' sfilteceed,) e shuk t'ce fnra isnod a',c uthe disbursement of'ao tneig nmilo snsa dt in. ce one ; n, d they osnend, that, o i s thei r skill is ine ri or, t iuho'do tose of er a e la d Viurfa to mt s an uie- w l I,-n, f\it n C i boem 0p t oanitdD b ay c l nc e
tain that somiethe resen tiored thmay not be added, to m e a nd cti sepr ces, ttIoheu th e vsk meid srly f icVo, the s tl eis anfie.h a ct e he the b oelsda tra c s wei thorer 8 *, a n d Ti e9e s ut a ble.rnos.od
nthe aggregate of h isan nual The boun ty. m fo e seethen, ap r it oria nd utir in reu t thess ichant preis aand i nc t ryo then t apra ica rs n ien op o pro W ablitet erctureite8A.i Pft9n D e r 3 33l 4 4 a.
once, thatpa young mai of his inclIfnaton and ambition, Ongh t greater. National independence, th eyi *-pr c t ia g Or-sI nt ir they K N h ve a sand 1c co mp osOr sp ill, Oit N FOd sIIS nAdL.o rs










c retonsost hedro10,0 4 thI il tam t Dndrrtmentwo reucceed n hoa l or ls e at is sen itled "An act to n u GM I, did "ntl o lc om an t s \ve I posted for e h 1 puroen I..l ,sl in oo 35e1a1r:.
hoadets, soldiers, s iflndian iand l Othe r aents, contractorsoI' i i to he mainain e ol is r e dmsrI p o .111 i p ei n ,,t hrim l il- i .- ( i point Out. onewhich ,,Appears, t l tl to me to contain a succinct ,JC M6 W lear c a o -"e b -e s -o.ntai u i s l
n d h o st o d e p en d e nt s at hIs ob e c k ws h os o l el s o th, d i tidatatrctt i ou r at e tn n ) pcmhe t hru m e nta o y e cm p e ns aln n t o f a th a rgu|iu i e nts th a t re se arc hr p e o t n a u e f mr p'a b8,5 Ie nW .Ib. .1t7e-d1o d r eT-
purse csWell as there sword, omay create a pop lcato" nt d. They prove, tein too, clearly h e fisasel onlhc e v h a of fWres callaStl)ly,-oreCxperience f, trnish; and rvieltini -T .2o89 50 36 SW.N Aem. Hma y ez tm beed .o.a










a n ar m y o f 1 2 ,4.8 1 ou l w ith th ese t e n t, hs v b e en c ui tyn c o n d ab it re ar r es ftr a ts p rone t wu nel v mI s a tetr c om B o w l in g ee n saA so hiit, a nd s v Mfl thu of, y v l a tere. T h aetr lie s o te t o b e a1o f e i
' which, for i nt im n e o 1 c lde, m ight o r s c t a i l w r cw aw t a r dazzlero m ur os ejevent tos e dil, sn T ii .-v ea btooelnth coensist n arvi ble r s s u o ts .
hv el t ena ^to sl y i p eossioble Lyt e p endce e, ness itn th e n r n tcn d th rit s o he dc fe a a tty of ft nu m rous mn s T h srth- of my h eOl th havO -- -- "lst II.40 44. "e.lo 2oNI ,.e anNTt. a ,Heavyf rainu I .6 2 .e mT .e
t rdut let sr n e o t o C d n g r s o w t a ndi n a m y mtoa nd p ro e rt i n tne c so f h e c l i n s o o h e a u t y bo f o r d e r i s n o c s u r p a s s e d b yf m y t r e ac es e Vont h 5 r5 4 5 4 .o, o










-eedoutl Secse t y o no of a s e rof ia s ning" am y to benefit other; that it is ise, y positive re t ulatuions, C e onon le r1 t \V. Co I ea rr tl w e Ui o i










Congress c'e i 01, iainsfyl) c e onii t i the ses n t lnd lt-he e aspot o [t sascuet onts e f ur wh tch the p eu tat io of di t i fenear eah h av in o r t eltlnd osocevey o.mm.
which the grlieatiJef rson so emt h aticall t alludes. Butt, ivertt 0 t ,i nloi the e e On mnl t f c oa to o1, i r nerp ialis now s t e Aolumte sodfor m e ao eletoent of a u fo al smlo ons it tsa cm oi o yhw,c,.. 6 29 '4.2out e buildS. S Do.
c tours.e. .l dis se 'l that*"t* overthte s a sd itai d v ne s I tll e s o pIstry] 7 11 54 4.0 H (Pa sag o 7q 4,0 -



























Eo ectve applicaton Hof the Secdofretartmn, w to i persito" strctv system bu dt hc is clared that las 1 nene vic he bruh us ar two'^ pieceAs of t ebol s. yorwhctablr o idast au tt e s, ed t il barivns fwithi tiract in hk mach nes; a s fori n
such meteors are traonsi ft-they brs tForth," dazzle, foreton di e e, hthy acmlesstaiing labosote mo o of ths c 7 7 o olists, and, by a refined ccase l an d re












hpouwdsever, as pecication of t the ex penditu leltobedigenub nr l welr. Success nr ofit alwa ms ih "r"w"" oen 8 ubt ace, n otun1k t he co.e D!S scomm e m i ate i ons f o I 8ast asri nt conrdecl. ud BariageoPLANT iEto sevem.
itand co nfound-g lsappear; afi ndst w Sun o f i reason ri ses 't is s are loathsome, sicly, and vicios, and t to-lob e, aest s err sor, be t e 's trh a o s t
and moves on his st eady coun rs e. o n lc t i wt t i p e to s ad n v ere aI i t ok n Dr e c r e of oh e and tl s an OI n.sth inte i d re oR O s AN D U e ad b y s
t cko t a t'io nil t l eo t tr m p c l s fr.o u Asas ao .in.N I Ate 9US26n E. Cl' l a 4 iat L I s Y, Ma ter, will srdil amU, t tile SOta of the


















to' Depar tmeon te andt 50,00 foml "be e ountie s aodwith nu r Te'shed twlute r edod bide s tuVrvn ied o tlony ubstnc~e, eilsemb ng pumnci ve w ofi they pre cn c tpa s feaures oftheyea we h av e time bofsl.The frs iue.n h toko vr id
rThe year 1819 is meno r o; a nd 3inqur into the s arkiIe aence oresath o in tha t o ih with n uto supothe ra is te ess te operate in tone than skofeultitrhscnssione a v be 8 m n yHeas, i sth sai. o M e nsol wt th e a nd.cn m ltb fscm oaet
transcionsr othe al o poau peso at in teigmeb of aderolsraptb anndl t he i rwih ct senr t. They Although it was acknwede ylt cy e t tneh wN 10 state of mykrt TheN.tehicalth ihSwos tacclnobdse- la nt m le en ornth, a hnr tanc tom of oh tlmodae o
tIrnsacti ons rae th eFo r ida c rpai n rudu ed mli avnu aetsu t m er t n' get, that, if he c tse re uiro1 en to he o 2 :t u slters iee,. tSlE.s Freilll ioor un v ns, cas o eoreda ti rio rtl threeCanbt l Passengers. p t
much discussion and recrinnination. One report, omadeyp erote tion, h mens o e dunpoftab. ;ghtthem- atr s,' atdito thin derst aoal o c oero en t and tmrep c "orl t He veoninsut quar1.ihpel)
.... r nt e ction t be l 'O ,, 1; on pi to 0 2 <32 34.1 ,S E. SM Finie and pas Whatv A e.4nd0li













by Mr. Lacock, of thi e Senate, and anotig he r, subseq e nt- selve w re st nrn ottcturcrst, n t ith r 1 t s C r pin-1akers tre anslatedtn toteleubi At po cat lean gn in oofth8 stoees alss' trogha th 4 1 .rc s E.d .t thL.nFieT.IfwA
y, by M r. Storrs, of the House. develop many i le tsg s, and w aecrs, a Nd, d hm e s 'h Ra pid tire by sof ula n o ilTbosths ode tile chn en t oe v ing th n e w we hela e te e a aim s t de ho s oen' usoed o, e wrkii-
reg e ar pp totothno twe Fortei cetio l e oavll e oo t n e ty h ave tee lab lit o at ir alngt, hstoee infrhirs c hp me c Trcsun ce h o trf itFappearsr o to have obtned bnt tolsr esa-dNe1 15 30 36 4 N S r snow. 04 W 1 h. s re qa lit neseans out igs
oreg so tho thehs tans c wtonshe borth eanc o f rity Cna their a r or teres hoer c pten atet ae inst tIn s... ..l p- ubhey a ihe the o lastfo, om o thm, shinying t al ,c ray htn t C icOty3 N of tCh ine r13hic p rime tye wO release, wil ades
gnress,r colonel asBre a sle n s, the 00 ftimm ediate itCnt f en i i er e o n a s s erceivi ng at once its irresistible'brce, b reb 'e to % 17 26 $8 9 N W ? o 500 t sackIs Liverpoouatly Io Wn a mte














acquitted, the command der of the army fostifiedan d pc u cl res, andtilos he nults okney bp0o c o propel its cca e ot eetion b controversy;rsto o and i tsA author, h1920o4u t.o B ornRl
tie cpbcr e avetitble ewtarhi wi b ae i nbsits- cltivationdoi e e apply to Congress for relic nidter t e lsk ml tile r p aters n(or torment g at out le t e public eFx Ip anao% to s i6 qan e rtca tks 0 D y Malag Win e
oher puc ae h it to be corniced thar toep r umntalnc taisr have the covetouse assurancetoreqie to r e n reda tie or teI th II.s3 4esN d O see ohve ac.N.cIt de ped hI Nd co nb Inotr, mat y0 g0 4O E AN .Pe ssnNdAA .
otm scribed toble a r Depat n In an sw e l prudent part t of the lnun itysho lid Setaxed toh stake T.....met--..,hhsispr od esvetgodlsntohatornf' nl li- fr Sa t 120r38 32G N do.N .. Sumner e dO
to an inquiry of the[l~ouse of Representatives, whether iup) his losses and encoiurugaehili to persist in Incurring -. .n 1 or. exe pdcutive t ons, whihattenSortho' opularwh omistake S 21 2 38 .1 340NW. .Cloudy 1501j do Comm onl Whtained I














so e retrench ent may no te made in the epeL sam mailee to e .uleto oI tiurheacesu the v- tce at ha Wee m mia dA th22 2s to. of es4N1 W i s d oC n at e
blishment, "the father of tl e army" still sticks C to his th an ae ll slet trh mt n elrectd p rchas ao ui oe noto ric' nFoorL c.58 atk n i ne1 II.,b-In Imperial, and Gnnpowi r Telsa
ttroo cnd arerui soqi the f Re, wo ld bge eso t ed to h mn o r doe he a ie Ac w he literati of Eu rop e, sb liovc gr, I dis ce, "F Do 4 of the & pI.Sin yI. W 4s "n vu h:, contatens. D c
t e x t ,~~~~~~ o p o e e n t o f n m e s o a o s n s p r i v i l e g e s? A ~ n a n s w e r e v e n t o t h e s e q u e s t i o nl s W o u l d f% fl o o ~ iar e i t r i a r s r a n e t i [ T W 2 52 4 3 S 82 ,6 3 t6 2 9 N wS W S r C e r r n d1.4R us s e ia h ll ,Rav s rednsiDu c k














relonlyt ce nodific at l nion;nthe m eth od aof $ 40 ,fu rnishingeao n ta oS bsSen lst, e x os- t e i s e a n ne mled ie e t h pl s me r ie rn o s hi a len it a ndte i P r t e; halnd be abro sen to f o nt n u ro ty er os, i nrk ond abn of p rm^ s
tence ask an apropiatio ofI 2,40, enogh t enlit -te; an, Frm hi vote F 26 3, 42,t34 N VV. Do. ossIronSpik and all .ods
6,600 n ten, obtainsl$6,500, and actually enliss a4304men s, i worditen whclei osi l the South Am erican question, his political fir oneiss Sat 27 33 46 i 38 SW -.'fight showers .11 ': arbarn's atn o N 2 sacer el














for thatyear. Tla w or ectten ter gh things, every one who id trecsigal t ae considered equal to his taste and e r- aos e I et4 55 43, 3 St N N. Do. .om nicat W C ard n'is al abtent ima lPiecs, bt rr
a e are here present ted with two th extraordim fell acts oe vehas attempted to trace the origin oferror, mnstf lhne ob-' .tn.o e a a o M a t .0wn 4 emhr fn M 29 : .8 40P NeE. c&erar ea 7mv -
nreghad. othe trmy Te on h cp i theatn e fPo i tr l o ra t served ; and there is probably, inthlotle h o p compiassof ,ie i o ano aers oika orcep t T e tan Inestiu e til t in ts f pFrotting dueTn0edSlte s, wh 5cNb.S .e sCtouy to w.rki..















gall Such aremy.u T hve doneihoortoomiieP in I have -o 6tle t l h r oya l ino us iut be ca nT rt ie as "y ur. obtain igs. ad fu r ed th abi These darkete is s en t of ,lto nv
dons it e1817, '18,as and e19, fr "en b counties and pr epmio0,0e, no p h mo re ndels th a n, th wh l ich l p e is, which e, it ci thd l o u o th a E t le hi w t iict iond and argu cnimewasnot e.rdth equal oe toe-e r .-...... I .. ve ."e
hsoris cnd o ut e ots n w0 the uetaryeof nWa emp loed, e l l o 83,0 mqs either by atlncident or "st, to dsig'nateo this to Mr. Gar ett's ; Clumaet it was printed by tilhe Ma n fit-IV 31 4.a0 50 48 Ssr. I Fair f' tLAN E no dR O SALE. e
frsv, "nb e a nt oci regate a 3 fund oenois t1 to th e n Pr ofe ; W a, pn olesr a an ic i he sa- i os I ad m e f t e e m o t f e serniciousn vt osvstclnt. -p .mrine.o. noefcti %e an tot R n4. o
ious o t enlo e ble:itno < -l Aee a u to e nl Ist 1o 4 el. t is called a system to rele t and oe n ue r o.i, ad tl d n S trn ti u al ouhot thro. and, hc tP sr a pe a o dn t 'l a; and, w asr c t Tfo e wh euarn Cott tl. ehr-
The other, that the army, at the commencement of 1817,i l1 P iy fo w irculti nv ius p rt o tet .s c rin i her ate e o, h
c insisted of 10,024 ; that, in that and thex t w1)sScee d i n s p or of t ,tc eds op er d eth e m onopod is s b h ao llihd Staves A 1o doub te ewith sa ae t ef ct.d pHoles e on I nn m t t y. i eNnr. '
in uced s to coinpllaate und diversil the I'l".ur-ljp j, i pln, aH to n h 9t : htth re I xpctc toreultfrll:th
ll y-I'g ther. w- '. enilisted 12,481 ; and thatt not- [lliit.I,),t1 A11hil th rebe are) ot t reutherintbeI'sttli ChshreEalnnd.liqneeocr 1822 1.1n,- ,50.ae
.wivthstanding, at tileclose of the year 1819, it was rd mk rldt eaet g oac h ntulnado-reee o,l ) s~nof h ey al n mi os rprf, the 11 en 'rde e Wh~r.l i ch ab e ow the bestai moundetanin g fr.o ,it gener-
















d U- free^ ,.H ill ,,, M ,h e het C ne2 r de e ll o r l i i b e o tile.. m ountain,^^ ^ ^ ^ and" e"Tendin- fr r --it-- er
pobte thD end. it was i r. Cooper', of South Carolina, h-1 a nt A h 7 S ^ allye 3,f good qu'uity, anfd remarkably wefnt, timbered and

















^nd~~~~~~~~~~~ flow IfU state the ^ ^l ^ obec oftrhe taxtio ton be ililw G^ain(,st recn-A ee miadoft e reslt .3teeosrain 'rw^ vrni,^"w ^ L 'l
*n dc o 8rm 48 1 coldss i th t he e y a s af1 ,81 vem en ,) ti t edstri ct o ,ta Io fiscal or p political 1 t n d his attention to t ie sam e sub ject, andeith M axim n 59 15 12 a er T he tr. c o n t eeo h
v tle'y o could, wit these e n h e een nt, applicattion to tile conPstitultions, and to th e smf ilar views, and has issuedF ront tiofe Charleston press, 0innmu E5 t- e 0e- t raan ch oi esa ie rcttte, oal ile o th eaifa t lea xl tone,
created, and how one of 13,817 could, in so short a space, true and broad interests of cm counitr, I am inclined to a tra fil led h ,"t ariety f2 f 2 action as,nd s al b a br anc o tiere ab l e F r ey t er
have been -wasted, is impossible to perceive, unless, in doubt wh leltherally right exists to lay a tax Of tl e h t l eere, d ita f e i arie t f ft s ad, n h 1 t w and heasr t on seo end, c t o r l a rlcslw ithin thre a nu i ,o tlhe U of Govers.
deed, the Secretary has been as prodigal in men as in class ; or, rather, o believe, that t the w c se ,ent limt- ser thas vatna e eon, lmen t arycon th e mor e proould anntaatnsitEnglo fnd ht ets nd soIIty, no re mi r
But the mystery does not end here. The law of 1809,etilee p rul e s, and 1ree o ueit a o ndi oy e epu,, lit nM an d regular production ofbsr, Garnettd ; and, if theywr e D iminution of hveies nth 7. need be made here. Title estate has all thie usual imr-
undr ofter olimi vaions inAtht andtwosucceedingac t ru, lpe ,ant t dipo ofs oits ( 'l bioity. Thus ite may be ex- re owib wished tngetlhe., the avolunte would fornd a manual ROBEho RT LITTLE,i r oe cnienon it, er lmio q ies l i o
under~~~~~~~ th.iittos nta ad t o ucedn c s, ed nttoips c annhot, nc. bhighe h n nnp ders vrs For theit(' attcsmat, and a guide For the voters of this great CptlIfill411Fasing'ton Ciot. prv net ontae m diu d elngh us, ui .
on theappliationof th Head f tu epart ent, o perlfft w o Incely lscal ingsb c. LA SDOWNantqsfordsother.9,dodmotheidometicoses, googoo
auI t o ze thPransfer iotf r ce s o, -r sla d n Jusk t ifycannon, the. m ishih e fr stha t a e las merelyhis c al l e nbl A N D W N .stables, tw o barns, with threshing m achines; 'A grist and
. th appl opriationso f the ead on epbar en thtof permn onddutlibtthihe TOthtala o hseT-- JO Tr 1 DTE EDITOwihRooS.ne t rmarftr ndi brr
a raserofprorlton f'm nebanh fxpnd-feet is'immediately christened with tile holy \atrofO LN .,K .N v O --nin ,n E''E E [dd itn oaenpn h sawemll witheod r ahopurpsesF and lmg oo ear
turto noher inth sae Dpatmet ;reu~n, non~ol, ad s etited" A ac t enouager ornd 0LI NG is. Gen oitr ,K .Ng ov. has h dande dus so e NTlas tMeteoro lo ida epr in"t h yentoaclpar 18is, w ell. p hosted wior eacs ro d s e, ae d of i n"goodired.Tepair-
hoeer seifctono teexedtmetob ehb protect themn ~tr f iea's"&. when, Of The tract mav be divided, advantageously, tse ra
cited to C~ongress in the first \veck of the session,."firing truth, it is "Ani act to purchase and secure tile ncaso f sp iniens of Inldian Antiquities which lie has dis- a short paper onl the nau~tre andl uses id f metworo-mn f h ueas _n m, emd b ntl
this recess, there had been transferred, onl application ,a ~lfse atadwl es ipsdo fdsrd iepy
...of W r, 3 0 0 f om h ew a r r m a n d d e fe n c e ;" a n d th e p ur oc h a se is m a d e a nl( t h e c o v e r e d a t h is Sa lt W o r k s o n D r a k e 's C r e e k l g c l o s r a i n t d a s a a s r c e e e t s, wth a v eryc h i berm n c alyre i b e ma d'e ,e d o n s tat l-h
of tile Secrtary scriy aqirdobfil xcageO'ta Praoretelemie ro owigren0s0i0hn s oiflobevains;an ,alo atastateee-m ntwihaaeyrierltermaso-eaged nattl
ter's Department, and $50,000 fromn bounties ,n a tin alse c apityaqied ythatwudhv e e nh a llge qouivta lentt o ille we-v ie rm o ln re. shsbnsview of the principal features of the year we have time of sale. Tile Firnitnre, and thesto~k ofevery kind,
premiums,"apitacontingenciesav, anen$33e,1i8a98nFron weCedigging ,away the earth for some Purpose, a just passed through, as to Heat, W~inds, Rain, &c. may be sold with the land.
pre iu s,"toconin'enie ; nd$;3,1389 fomre. the cheapest market, phits the difl'erenee between tile few day-s-'a~o, they came to numerous fragmIents TIsaeo yhatho eefrtels have also for sale annlher tract, of rather more than
v olittioncir to half-pay pensions. Late in the session, same portion of capital, and the price secured to the do- o albilrwtTthrm is ffra e sorthat e nd ealdthis ihowev ber fr th and t i 0 ceSmlsblwMiowti ftervr
the'return was made to Congress, with the sams and nmsmsi auatne i cneuneseinesIil O'o aibles ih t, rm iso uraeiinlha edrd ti m osbe n( 70ars it eo 'itn ihnIO b ieO
of, the receivers, but no purpose or okject is defined or competitionmetc nfcueby meansinofc~sqecthe duty-. o h xhso great quantities of cinders, coals,. &c. There ol npeu pio fisa ed e t iand y timbrtere an sdwaeed, whic h li s awe l uales f ve~in -f" hel
explained. If transfers can be nlade to a branch of ex- A3duiesoy'thn prersumptiont, of itsenatre f w smeerdindenton hatoudprdecssosmuedredaninandsur, tatI cn eterainnd heaes-stoeIpssiglhuable it Thsitnctis ivied nnto cw
pendituresso indefinite as "contingencies,"then, indeed, things, be few, they Fo,'m exceptions to tile fiscal, ,,ndothte spot f I theI samein: purposetat fcar whterach the Ge- ration of-dopasing tills in it.fehisweeks hereafter. intoouw
C ong rress m ay as A well ap prnop ria tte aI slim in ,gross, an d n ot orsti u en taof h apol ticalo n it B u t d w elo ri n samh ousee foveryh toeG eo -
, ,} lap l i c tiPo.n" gt oo t c o st t u n t fu nplmti c alsr e io n O fui ll e B t va m o n s t r o u s n e r a l i s n o w u s i rl i t A m o n t il e s p e c i m e n s t F ron o m so m e ri i ewar k se ksa c o r e a f tn er t Io F ir s a h h v n i t a d e l n r h u e e y c mo
l e v e t h p p c a t o o h e u n n t e d e r t m o f d i n a l o g y t h e y h a v e b e e n m a d e t h e f o u n d a t i o n o f I t re In n to f' rd i tus f o rw i la bs u a l l ef a m i l yf r h iw i t h t rB e tn c e s t~n h ~ m n eb i d n Sa
foer tv f crs o the am ,an co sis en rt av with his mencolpavei n trictiv;e system; and it is declared that haws intended wyouhrboustus awhwopiceho t eooiurwou swhehyoswreskind as o a too ne /th ohe, erou i etneot p ronsei, adrs
for the army, andcnssen Bt wthehsunpaanlecoed i havell t Fr national defence, justity na 1nt 1a dst the -c-- T e r ao ofcam d wit a shining it is obvious that the circumstances of these cor'-,themsethesdre.l e
sp reWo, lreasu 5000foIhselitn f nd, nral welfare. Success is not 'thvavs tile reward ofi merit, substance, not unlike the composition of common m m ncto s ae ntg n rtl ndest od In-d1 tesclveIdirecMONRoOEe
i ouy se c eating expalcable Bunds"theiunparilelbeexhiiten- nri-rseiyprp ri ndt lsrt o oetln cu cibles, as hard as our best potter's ware about' seei to require some little explanation to shIeh W sn .jt 7 -Nt
i t n e e a i g v a l b e f n d h c h w l e x i i t h e t h i r d o f a c 'e n t u r y t h e s e f bs t e r e d b e g g a r s ,' a h 'v e b e s.. ..sh n g o i j i e ,K t
ed the next year, will furnishi us a key to unlock this sige .: : her etiiosandthL" a quarter" of' an inch thick, and from the curve of bohsefdth____ba ntiuefom S O
sige ....-. ih h irp txlns ndtou-,J), fom tbpiothcw u u g tamyev ssl er e su e lf nT heya C olum bianectst istr u te. h "'s :q x' STOP THE foROGthUESu rbrAND nn]{UNA W A YtSth 0 ,, fle
myst er y.causes .,-11h-..1 as nature itselfthyCalnthey_ Rli& e enuecanhe rei pefctetvstreeTari V AbAW Yfrmth ubcib" oltit2n- o e
JIy thfe estimates of the Secretary of the Treasury, the fied, Yet they haverN paedytlc de ndte pe e c{'rout would a half t hatthr e vesfeti sd els ere.fl
melanchgly fact was disclosed thatloilns, txeorfir oeo ptiio as een cnrcteddal the s phresfre e ihfro"] botw o ms.dThealft shrees, etin dvast es hav e 1 nging oto m pe ndeteooroy. t ill veP tuper toly e 2,merd. iiA IsF, .twohey re]adbyutile years of mge a,
th r etenhm nt w ul b c mein vlahe.Bnlons n cdiminishied, fand th c general ti'eedonzabriidged Fl.trtu ndt aso ysutsa c ee bkn u ice ga nor ltohey a e.orrectas f r au t heywillo. ntare to\',ld IIA rLE .Theyrs.bo t -cr fag ,R~
to charge upon the future, Wouhldbe resorted to with terbnft n hti reed-tiedte umos ao-sto nye. T e uGe se a nceten seftl inrtreer excbrothers
Tehlctanceeand.nmortification ; and -additional taxes, es- IIhavebeen fr manyyears s- tsthab.t f' Genseraltintco monssie of as of h- aae s .- m
pecially internal, would, in time ofea be, intolerablee. sb- abene fbrstait tatthrinmanyi yearthssate. in ,,sphe .. ... hotandhof'sea o on o hs' 'if I.. ..oM
b t l t l c ,a l l o w -, c o n d i t i o n \ vh i c h c a m ~i o t li e s t i l t o e x i s t i n a t he p l a c e t n n ,d e x a m i l~ ni n g t h e w h o l e e x t e n at o f hkn~ T e n o l t i a a d r n e l i a b e i c t so n db. ', S pak s' i 'o t a nd .a s a ya ,ou n one;O f hisb' lta e ga ,b a
S t l t e S c e a y o o f u e o e a ig,cpsh d om m u n ity th e m e nm b e rs o f' w h ic h fire c irc nito u slv c o rm th is a n clien lt g a ll tni a uu fa c to ry K l e in fo r m s u s ra tio n s', o c c a s io n al ly fo r m y o w n in fo rin a t io tu o r I sm ith a,dife,~ : g p e a s t e a i t e he
his schemies ,with determined, unyielding perseverance pelled, in order to protect a body of' lonlo olit, 'te sell that trecs of the largest dime nlsions grow upon airntsement, Without any design of com municatin~g Charles is OsO:1s a n atto, ,t very stout squarl. built fel -
lmanctienpt i t o e ms t oai t, sife ncourg edb essthe produced their labor Folr less than it is w~orth. But the spot.'FCorrespwaolfdnte otep bi. A hebgnigo 8.
nn c ep t i t m o t e h g e t m r -t l S y~ uppose ftbr 'a mom ent, these disinterested patriots-- -L t"te p b i A t t e b g n in f 8 s O ; ih a' ";lle e e ;a d l r~ f e~ nd w e a k
th t il w rk o au hi Ihud'an oblePont wilwhose Perseverenlc c,conce rt1, :1nd(IClamor,'i aschlesit' ,;iceii: e ioofe. Ia sI- ,crrepo de t o sevin t at o ne siic th l mened (t ethaiinge illha animleste; e h s ee acusome, o \nrnE
still require $632,000 each, 'and those at tile ltiiolets avretteitrssoterbiwctzn, so osti api d t ircsus th i tnhe.; _mrotCaTS.--racorrspondenty ha s eo r. n otiathn oe, i nce h ilefurnish ed dethe pub ine iTll.s s eedeetdin ta Ingw etot
leda'esmld ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ---- Chf-ntu-l- :e-s_---00uepeddepetvl'b neof 0,00_ ekOi 'tueth emofhi f'mtvesouldthe g vermn,be at-e..:,:.--ethel;,\ ', t'.i o ti ubihdwtin te latjr n.s .E wt1tbe o hs oti h Ct t" .hi _r il -ihNcaiw' hm orn wy Ihv h
I., ". 1an,.I, but eYats-the futher snm $83I,00, Iak- .


I. '. Monro'es motives, the soundness oft ls judgmictit, '- """ --, ...- --- ---- -- --..... --- ,11........-1-...1, """ inpro, en-i n is
---- l s o tsoQt, wh O ,nanne: ThIe icharcoal, not being much exposed resent !flbrts 'tras are not aware of the ifti- '"ns upon it.
Remarkable Gccurence.-_!ntleycar1664, onthe5tihlAth1e l'u'geness ofI hs expernce, areunquesion.el; but tothe r .a.er the carbonization of tle wood, had p "1t ll not WA t he l Mr. Zephaniah Prather, living on the premices, will
of December, aboaton the Menia, crossing that strait, elevation is favorable to expensive views, ther 'Ian to ; retained, in a g eater or less degree, a phosphoric prin- culties they ave to cope with, or even the showv them o any perso.. wv.h, may cal on him.
with 81 passengers, ,a upset, and only one passenger, .mintc !bserations; and thie magnitude and variety) of ci ple, ep le of inflammation by contact with damp progrIS which they have silently made towards The terms of sale arc. that the pirchase money i in
naiamcd Hugh Williams, was saved. On the same day, official cares, of(teni conceal froi-omlstatesnmen oje, ctsei- air. Nothe charcoal, whichis at present the subject an establishment which, we trust, will ultnimate- be divided intwi three istalmnents, p:aable. re pecv.q,
the year 775, was upset another boat, containing about ceptible to hunmble inquirers. The sron -wingd of considc.tioni, was kept in a place in which tere ly do honor to our city and country. The Oak n 1 24, and 3So mns from th div of sale. and bear-
50 persons, aind every soul perished, with the exception eagCle, wno soars abovo the clouds, and batnes Is pi]n- were casks and vases filled with water This liquid dif- th't towers b.ve (he .l nts of the forest, *.d ig, inte1eist th]-r,.foin [ t e[ purchaser o', "i:rc;>-
of one, whose name was also Hugh Villhams; ;and on0 the age in the fountains of day, cannot sec so m ar into our a"fusd ata.tt degree of humidity, which absorbed the as ,. i ,, 1 .,,, iing bond according., with s,-.. lv hr .i, .rove.
5th of August, 1820, a third boat met the same disaster, i ml"ther earth, as the dim minole who digs beneath its hospihor);. !,nce, tAhere arose a disengagement ofcal-, spreas us undured Inlms abnra,, clothed WIlt by the Trustee, who, when the wh..I ,"o thc roneyv i
Lut t;e passenger; of thi were no more than 25, and, suace ic and i, gnition as the consequence. Those who vegetable majesty, was once an Acorn. paid, will execute to hi ,>r tq a tt ,:-,.v titlc.
singlaL:o relate, tie who!." perished wi the excepPtion .'t th e rmcrs andITmicrchants, then, be neither mis- keep lar c depots o charcoalshould therefore e be c0re -- ROERT LITTL. '*l: ,1 ,p;-'sC, "
ofonc;whoVse n'amewas .ttgiWillhais.--.BritoiJfrc1rg. guded lnordiscouraged. The Prcsident has d.sclarged il to prersrve the a*i-oul it from moisture tr.r:'n!on, ::. 5:', 18'? dec 18-N.i -, ,- ...