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Title: National intelligencer
Uniform Title: National intelligencer (Washington, D.C. 1810)
Physical Description: v. : ; 49-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Joseph Gales
Place of Publication: Washington City D.C
Creation Date: June 1, 1824
Publication Date: 1810-
Frequency: triweekly[jan. 2, 1840-]
triweekly[ former 1810-may 8, 1819]
triweekly (semiweekly during recess of congress)[ former may 12, 1819-oct. 26, 1824]
triweekly[ former oct. 28, 1824-july 31, 1827]
triweekly (semiweekly during recess of congress)[ former aug. 1, 1827-dec. 31, 1839]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- District of Columbia -- Washington
Coordinates: 38.895111 x -77.036667 ( Place of Publication )
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Citation/Reference: Brigham, C.S. Amer. newspapers
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 1580 (Nov. 27, 1810)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in June 1869.
General Note: Issued daily: <Vol. 38, no. 5420, (Mar. 1, 1837)>-v. 38, no. 5423 (Mar. 4, 1837).
General Note: Publishers: Gales and Seaton, <1814-1860>
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NWASHIN GTON; TUESDAY, JUNE 1,1824


.1"S I'UI.l.S ID 1'.G.GALES 3 SL.\TIIN, I >,,..I rn, n,,. ., iI noi .-iA) R.GISTrn. R LATEST FROM LyXROPE. CL AvwE-N, Oao, 21.-During the gale onthe MARRIED,
.2i:r, rr~ it war 1,u.In In p'ar .1ce 1.1r,. ,ven by the Sheriff, at n i nght of Wednesd tl t h inst. the sch. Sylph, Cap- Or Thursday evening last, by the TRev. Mr. Hamilton,
.,~a.Lrlt twEI.r bun1ion 0'1".rot -_ll' s 11,1, o a"oIn ',,".naoce ,,f r,,,Ilce :-,yien by the Sheriff, at' n.igh.( tai lsknof aWd n seas rekc narheIsap Onds Thu Ir .so] _g aVst, t MsbyA LO T
I*..j T* T L le n at Ne Y1 b Europtaftnl ttain askins, of Sa %us was wrecked near the Islands Rev. CHARLEISS A. DAVli, to Miss CHARLOTTE
.%, I-r)'IK n ,I .r -. r. iuLn r.., the ',,, .,us,,..,., ,-, c..n.derable portion of the An arrival at New York brings European In- (on Lake Erie.) erwere five persons on board, WILLIAMS, both of Wallhington City.
j,e, o, a :ue-s-ir 4t.., ? ." ,, ,t a,h citin. ,of Rindolph ,,n(, i NorthCarolina,)con- telligence, in Liverpool papers, up to the 16 h besides the captain, all of whom perished. Some of Yesterday morning atlalfpast 6 o'clock, ly the Rev.
For ,,it" ,. ,:f,. l ---if nrl",' ericd tli ftl.- o...u l.low ru.. ,, the4th of May, in- ultimo. The followiqnrg part. ars of the News the bodies were found, and carried into Sandusky formi- t. Htamilton, Mr. JAMES A. KENNEDY to Miss
t ~ ,ta-, n ,,rder 1, .,-c.r.ti, the senlinents of thee are all that appear to be war of note : terment, on Sunday morning last. SUSAN COBB, all of this city.
S,----_.- ," -,- '7--','r r \'\- f I'iz. -, ,, -.,d orn iv, ith regard to the ap-1 The House of Commons on t !2th of April voted BosTON, MAY 25.-The Mail Stage, in coming out of
'pr,. L,,, lesidenti Election. On motii500,000forthebuildingofnew riches. Worcester, yesterday,\with passengers, wasaccident- OLD PORT WINE, CLARET, &c.
---- -' -..-.... -" .. W l,|, ,lia-. ,.,an, E-n wa called to the cihair'I The new levy isto be raisedby recruits, one halffrom ;ally overturned, and broken to pieces, but no person wasOngt
', MONIDAY, MAI\ sI1. ,I.., , a L, ecrtaty.t is now positively asserted that Guebhard, the bank- aBn New-YonK, MAY 27--The new steam boat Thistle Port Wine, imported three years ago in bottles,
. . .. ..1 a n t it A lb 1 I .y .p i l e r e t a r E g l an d a s u l t h o lt h e rs h a l fr o m i bh' a rd t h"a k d a n g q e r o u s l y w o u n d te o T e n w s e m b a h s l E s i b n c i e a e u r c i e a d f r s l -
Pot i eim ote tre etsaienbotl,
S. .... 1,1. ,0 metin.; u -_ .i.iRmzed, several gen- er, has taken the first Spanish loan of 50,000 000 francs, burst her boiler, which is constructed on the lov pressure Vin de Girave, and Sautern, do
Nr --- ..,, | |cel h ,n.,,,r.. l-... tlemnn d, lleel thl-ir -,iuents on the subject; Iand on the first of April he was shortly expected at Ma- rinciple, this morning, while on her way to this city Clare, ofsuperios quality
X1. No t, I o .nill...er,lt..->. I ,I-bl. .l. _,, t .,onfini. th.eniltS [.r, .ally to the qualifica- r to contract for another loan o equal amount. from New Brunswick, but did no injury to any one on Old Sherry by theuiarter catsk and demon
,in-icui.,n;.li..uni.il a e trn tiry.....' ii i is 1.1r =. .i- ]tlion (t" tlie dfl-wrlit snc-lilates, and to their I Mr. Justice BEST is appointed Lord- Chief Justice of; board; nor was the shock more perceptible than when enesh yn, Gunpowder and You Hyson Teas
f.', ill tL..n, chli pe1 on',.. '. "..,. e'n isii u P- i- d the Court of Common Pleas. the safety-valve opens to suffer the steam to escape, an in canisters
a'r, The ir'.T .-.i rter ienir .h ,,r, .... ni, Jiu,.., ., Thie discovery ships under thile command of Captain occurrence which happens daily, and, we may even say, ff
a i,;of.yttCo.,;,. ,tll obll- uw ti .,.,..... i]e pr,,,b *...A. I i A ., 1 ,l, ,Is ( l l ,:, that the sentiments Parry, were expected to sail on the 10th of May. hourllv, to almost every steam boat Even. Post. rime Cofee.
.the fapr r rh ... k t ot-Ir--'ik.:%....) th ,- r ..nfFlit hold bi t:k en by ballot: where- FRANCE.- The Minister of War has directed- that sme of the papers, just after the A good supply o c s 'n G PAPRS
n ., ..' ,' ., .- -" ... J "- -- ." I wa sttenin some nt the papers, thait, just after the A good supply of' the superior WRITING APR
.r l, "e. 0, ...[. ...I. C .. ,gr,,. I upon lue, a, aind Jhn W ood, Esqu-ires, the Spanish officers, prisoners of war m France, should explosion or board te JEtna, a boat from Staten Island of Thomas Amies, of Philadelphia, viz: Leather Paper
l t P ....... |- "were apl.d :a c...ell.it.0 to superintend the return to Spain. picked up a bundle of counterfeit notes, scarcely wet, Vellum Foolscap,and ditto Hot Pressed Folio Post, and"
DUNdNN, tlIe M st-ger ofdlife H.use olf Re- ballutinr; I.t r.p.rmd rat there were- te ae of Deputies on the5th of Ap.l, il. alongside the.steainboat. In addition to, and corrobo- Medium; all of which will be sold on moderate ttrraS,
"ivI o i -" m Minister of Finance presented tile'"o budget b. ;ppr ,, ,..;r n u pl \f l t n h>V of th m 1- THOMAi W PAiRO.
prlalttlve,, .tdlepatttied to -jn,,r,,n %1r. f.r_- I .,, *,. H f. .>t -122,,., 22 that the whole expenditure of. 23r a.,t.i;on-o. aI ai. .t hat-fact, we leat, n that Winters, on. of the ma,31 .-5i HPA O
--,s A-^ "s. returnedd on Friday t,i G,... o. .II 7, -45 tmordinary, was only 1.1446 .'" "b ,, t .in-.. .... .. ..... 0._.. .. ... s A DESIRABLE FARM FOR SALE.
.. '; :. Lr. ]0 e ,,. .. .. .,o, )...a ,. .' 2.. ... :- 'I......Q ,,. ,1 1....-,.t.....I.s.", e* I hisDESpABcEeAtM$O75S LE.n
?.r Eo ..,'t s came i h,\ hlm a;, ar as, l, ,,, ..,, _. 3 P45,800,000 steering. The prodr0,o ra e"ieponsce or etaxestd a ," .1"r off tie "I il.. t k of hsc twi:,t"y, ll
.... .. i. ,: ...a- ,f., a.,. cada a .- ISHING I,, reliov.,,to ttile ,Western Country, ![will
tILNA Lht AY,1 excec-ded the estimate by 18,380,585 francs; but all the cl~tre,[' :At
ton, in Peninsyllania, %here he remained tor rest L "a", exceeded estimate by 18.80585 francs, butallthe W,,rfe,-[ Y'. m. sell.atprivate sale, SOCIETY HILL., the Farm
Sdayand is expected to arrivein this City in RO THE KASKASA ILLINOS) EPUBLIC. 'eceipts fell soTinew11 short ithe expendite d From the official excise returns, furnished by order of ofny resident, cnaiing about acres situate on
.. .... .......... .................... sfixed e.. .tish. ouse o Comm nsteerysmaywom nnantBrittn's yysiCSt.nty','s ountyuNl,-ya wijhwithi
1the V'estern sl.ag., this evening. This news We this day republish a portion, of that lumi- for ls t 37 7 fns or 9,400000 The tax- the lritish House of Commons, ever mn, woman, and Britton's Bay, n St. May's County, arylandwithina
will beaccepblet all parties, but particularly nous and excellent Report of Mr. Secretary e ontinue as in child, in London, seems to drink, on the average, two few miles of Leonmd Town, the capital of the county
eai r i cs J of M r. be s 182*3 barrels of' beer a year. T a quantity o strongly bear h e soil is of an excellent quality, adapted to tie growth
so to the Cornmittee of the House of Representa- CRAwronRD, which laid the foundation of the law The Minister Corbieres has already laid before the -it E o abdr a year. Th q at alto na vr n soil of lanlextllt qai tn alapto, d tkowth
tires detained here to aait his arrival, giving relief to the purchasers of public lands. If Chamber of Peers the plan for renderng the Lower emission -Gergian. with extensive Orchards of the most choice collection
lew n, u to the adnaouy, if all the candidates for the Presiden- he ary at the rate of 60,000 men, instead of 40 00 On Thursday of last week, as Col. George Stoner, of of the finest fruits. The improvements are convenient
"*l "m .in.t ..pr.Lluu.tote adjournment of, cy, together, have done any act so beneficial in its year; this making the peace establishment of France Robeson township, in Berks county, Pennsylvania, was and commodious, possessing one o the most grand and
the House of Rcpre-enatives,. on the last day of consequences to the people of this State, and the consist of350,000 soldiers! returning.home from the militia muster of his battalion, icturesque %iews-in this county, looking over a most
t.i e se,-ion: the SPLa.ri-At anf16unced the recep- Northwestern States, generally, we should be SPAIN.-The King of Spain and the Royal family are his f drse ran off with him through apiece of woods, and beautladelextenivetrctofounrwithf ts
tio fo aLutcr rot TOMA L McEN YSPA1e njoin godhealth o, Sat in and llez Roal:ityae dodging' the limbs of tlhe trees, his br-eaststruck the and expanded view of the Potomac and t wo of its tri-
{ o n t L ~ l ( r r l n i o m s z ~ c E n r g l a d t o s e e i t n o t at e d o u t T h e s e b e n e fi t s w e cM yopii ce.w ild h e amt hea tt era nntt eh.
S i lae tter en I"I ie hour of its rece tion ,nF li. h seb trn encr General ourmont, with his staff, have body ofatre, which killed him imm diatly, He has butary straw m pri i e,
... .ui;-an f heHoue t heP -ac, have gneralydseen ndo rahzeoditioWofthepo fnsremoved to Toledo. left a large number of parentless children, and his neigh- otermsatickal cmmo ating.tedwt h ise valualed pro p erthya

SllesL a home! How many men without an inch of Paris papers contain accounts If horrible massacres passing through the Highlands, (Hudson river,) a few of September next, it will on that day be exposed at
to.the ,me. The L ette was th ere for e handed ground to raise grain to feed their wives and and excesses which have taken p:cee in several cities of evenings since, accidentally came in contact with a publicauction, to the highest bidder.
uvi;r by tle Sp al.erI li Clerk of the House, by children on And t th vr inlivid l who Spain. The prisons at Madrid had been broken open, small sail boat; the machinery was immediately stopped, P HILIP FOiRD.
cidhoen it Ad ryesal, w mnd is held il his custody du foi i n many persons, detae for political offences, sacri- but the t jcive Branichw w as under such headway that she The Editor of the Baltimore -Patriot is requested
o bedelieed the Seaker at the next session i most to save us om these ills,is the on ficed. At Cordova, about/ten have been massacred, for passed directly over the frail bark, and it was thought to publish the above once a week three weeks, nd
(bie.1ol e ifte Speaker att e u e s e o one that Mr. Warren, of the Ewardsville Spec- the plot succeeded only part. At Valencia, the exaltes that all on board had perished. Just afterwards the w t a ae t
SICo res,. Ihe Letter eisunderi-Mstood to have tator, and many others, directly oppose for the threw numbers into prison. boat appeared at the stern of the steam boat, with two sen emis accouv n t or payment to F
Hail relation lo a report, made by the Committee Presidency. If the man who has done most for The last letters from Madrid and Cadiz, state, that the men on her bottom, who had followed her fortunes un-
.~~~~~~~~~ Spanbisthe G,,vernmre,,nheiCsrkabotetHote, reini dr%.on Antheetprohibitioin derd" the Olai"vThpreonsrandrdhadaendokwnprnt"a""en. .ppuninauuoned boygnst LEPer

o Indi n Aflairs, in the H ise -of Representa- n nt ntitl t r ffr e it t Spanish Government is about to remove te prohibition der the Olive Branch, and were taken up uninjured by LAND FOR StALE
lus, s pr iusly. Mr. McKENEY, it e t e t r asi p ont the importation of cottons and other articles into their aquatic excursion. OR sale, my tract of land in Albemarle County, here
i ill b collcdre% ely r e ntndetOfwing to some singular unfitness, whichh has not Spain, and that import duties g i wilbreud.erally will be reduced. The valuable Steam Saw-mill opposite to the town of tofoe my residenceconsisting of ,5 cr.., a
.. ," Cogres,. Te Leter supeind ensodnt ofha ye ttareand mtany oQ thersdiretlyoptepoefopltethrwing tmteprevalneofprison bi bth oilth appearednatotnsenftesembot ihto a 5-

Indian AfFr-S, and i rresnt, belie yet been established. It is due to the people, Owing to the prevalence ot juggling, both on the wilmington, N. C. was destroyed by fire in the night of 2000 of which are of the best mountain p.il iand I i)C
Air, d i. aprent, we eliee, e- that good and strong reasons be given to' them, coast and frontiers of France : Portugal, the Spanish Wednesday the 19th inst. ; also the Sloop Eagle, which lying below the mountain, and extending from it, gener-
Splu ed as an Agent ,r lerk, to superintend that Why Mr. GAWFORD, with such claimsought1t treasury has hitherto derived b little advantage in the was taking in a cargo at the mill. The wind setting atly of good quality, and remarkably well timbered and
br II ch 0of the .ld)lminkitratin of the War Depart- get their sup ort h Wehve heardl and read vWay offduties; and it is wise] proposed d so to reduce strongly to tle Eastward, the town several times caught watered. The tractlies on the southside of the lim vann
wty gedutieheanditupipwist. WepoehasetohreuceIsrongly to the Eastward, the town several times caught watered. The tract lies On the south side of the Rtkyanoa,
S rment. .Of the diniotts o fdtle Letter, now in oDhS- ,thi pprt. h n the duties as to remove the ind lenient to resort to con- fire, but no injury vas done. The mill is said to have afbranch of James Ritver, navigable for'.atic.u to M14,.I,,
.s. ti.,n ofthe ,fllLens of the House of Reresen- a great deal ofabuse,but in vain have sought for traband agents. beeninsured, which is within three and a half nmik<. I, rite ni'nl.
ives, our readers will of course be informed at any objections founded in reason and truth. By a decree dated at Madri, on the 25th of March, In an action brought against the sheriff of Quebec, to from Carlottsville and six from the U,,,nvrst. ill ;,
eixt-sinre of. onressl, letssr onetpre- ds a eall the promotions made in 18s9 and 1820, in the are y d recover damages for an escape on mesneprocess, in Feb- advntageoussituationt orhealth and society, no remark
destiIednfcrnsheuenceditionslonelouthEAHerica, are de-ru'u'y last, a verdict was rendered the plaintiff, by a spe- need be made here. The -estate has a~ll he usual.im-
Sl, the d,eot hesl,,nnof CongreoS,'-nnless sooner' pre- In consequence of Colonel JosEP Caoss hay- relared null and vbid, in couseqtence of their not sailing., c ur of 292l. Tee wscarried beme here. csttdoussdwll he buld,-
.; L-iid totlie thrugh sme oher ediu. nn- been atipounced as anelectoralcniaefo Pl o of the1 Marquis de C aosa Irujo thabeen no a'1"- ij-ro22. lecaswscriduptteCotpovmn oi.acmoioswlighuebl-
o Kig'tB c them ou e o r m ed r, ng mbeeen announced asan elect al candidate frr The son of the Marquis de Casa Irujo, has been nn- o Kg ec, on a motion for au arrestof" udment lg's for servants, and other domestic purposes,, good
It .as announncl,.in. this paper of, the 28th, JoH QuIrY ADAMS, in the District of Prince ed Secretary to the Spanish Embassy, at Paris. for a new trialand fully and ably argued. But the stables,.two barns, with threshing machines, a gristand
: that Mr. R LP E L o, thfe Charge des AIffaires of the George, &c. in the Staie of Maryland, Dr. GE- The French garrison which occupied Madrid is to re- motion was denied, and the verdict of the jury affirmed, saw mill, with good houses for managers and laborers,
.Emperor of B.Z., was presented to the. Presi- RARD T. SNOWDEN declines being considered a pair, to the number of 5000, to the banks of the Tagus, well osted for each purpose, and all in good repair.'
'dent, and _teceivgd wah..primeson the tth inst.. candidate for the office. Werhere it will be cantoned, so as to surround Aranuez, melancholy dccident.-The Romney postrider informs The tract may be divided, advantageoutly, into several
pen .w wee a mci s on e, ci rr [n -toe extending its lines towards Toledo. This formation of that a Mr. West, of Loudoun County, Virg. was drown- parts, and will be so disposed of if desired. The pay-,
Itappears ,.we were misinforied, as -to the T ,- Y infom Sthat a kind of camp has been the subject of many observa- ed in the south branch of the Potomac, at Parson's ford, ment'of the purchase money may be made by instal-
day-ilf presentation, l which was lie -26th of the T Y Ppa pe .rmus, '.t te tions; but persons who are well informed, says the Morn- on Wednesday last. He was travelling with his family ments, with a very liberal credit, to be reed on at the
Smontl, andno'the tn,as stated. Gridley F'arni, m' ast is called,,in the vicinity of ing-Herald, know that by the Treaty of Occupation, in a cariole, and reaching the branch, first crossed on ime ofsale. The furniture, and thestock of eveirykind,
..... ":; .. the Military Acadeumy at West Point, has been lately concluded between France and Spain, the city of one of the horses, to try its depth; oa returning, he may be sold with the land .
-[ -.-# a .f u 1*r4'., of D-iini.cr.ti-r Rpnublicar.s purchased by the United States, for 10,000, Madrid is not to have a French garrison, except when missed the ford, was immersed in the current, and beg I have also for sale another tract of rather More than.
"1 .b It have also for sale -another tract, of rather rmore than.
of Chester I.nuttv, in hle state of Peilcylvari:, the &mon.gtit tpprop..-teyti- y r :at Qie-ire.- rie K.i,, ,nd tl. ,Royal Famnily -reside in it, and that the unable to swim, was drowned. The body was found an 700 acres, 3 miles below Miltoni within 1,oftheriver,on
f, friendly to .he nomination of WILLIAM H.CAw- sent session. Possession irto 'tie n in. May :t r,, a e t or oafterwards; but all attempts to resuscitate its north e wich lies well, is ofgod quality, wel
nn)limmediate command of General llourmiont, consequent- i, ere friumiess. %- E;.t~ r' .______---- ;., l h a ltylblte rl ,Of* 'lime-,.
froitD as President, and ALBERT GALLATIN as next, When the house, which has been occupied ly they cannot see, in the cantonmlents which the French Last Sunday an unfortunate accident happened at Ce pa;ng thru T c^ to
S ce ePresidtcnt oftlthe United States,, assembled as a tavern, will be converted into a Hospital, troops are going to occupy on the banks of the Tagus, Portsmouth,near Norfolk. .4A young merchant went out farms, each having on it a dwelling house, ver-y comrio
in thC boruugh of \1\est Chester, on Friday the any thing more than a natural result of the treaty of oc- of his store and left a candle burning, which set fire to dious for a small family, with necessary out buildings.
161t of May, If 24, the nomination of the above A Georgia Editor recommends Cotton Sails, cupatlon. some papers that were near, and, in a short time, the Credit will be given for this tract in like manner as for
citizens is appr,,% ed of, arid a resolution adopt- and says they will last longer than two of Cal- A Tunta has been appointed bv a Royal decree, to building wasconsumed, together with all the contents of the other. Peirsons inclined to purchase, will address
Svass ; that he has sailed onil board Portuguese settle the claims of Spanishindividualsunder the treaty the store. What makes this loss uncommonly severe, themselves directly to me.
.. ed, recommending to the citizens of each county Sansh Maltese Sicilian andGreek vesse ofl1814, by which France wasto pay a sum of37,000,000 is, that about $1,800 in bank notes were consumedin the JAMES MONROE.
i1 tih tConuwnealt.]fo appoint Delegates to Sp ns als, a ea a trancs, for the seizures and spoliations made in Spain un- flames, the collections which he had made for some time Washington,june 7-Nltf
...with cotton sails, and generally all their small der Bonaparte.
meet at ('arlisle. on Thursday the 29th day of back.
July next, t, lfurm "' a Democratic Electoral' running rigging was of cotton. Such was the state of Spain, that a reinforcement of .ccident.-Silas Ward, of Berkshire county, Mass. was VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
Ti cke, friendly to the National Nomination of A friend who lately passed through Baltimore 6,0001additional French troops was, it is said, to enter it killed last Friday, by the accidental bursting of a gun at iHE subscriber will sell his FARM, adjoining Bene-
Candidates for the Presidency and Vice Prpsi on his way to Washington, informed the Editors immediately. THE GREEKS a military election. Lyman Webster and Whiting Rus- dict, in Charles County. It is estimated to con-
d fth P a that he saw there some very fine samples of Cot- se, Ef the samEKS. e county, were dangerously wounded, tain 500 acres of land, and reputed to be the richest
encyo e United States. ton Sail Cloth We should not be s rised if Letters from Corfuof the 18th March, give an import- Ward and Webster were in the meeting-house at the land in the county. Nearly one half is tobacco land,
,t o. t o W s t e should not be surprised if ant piece of News, but which needs confirmation-it is time the gun wasdischarged, and received their wounds and a great part of that is adapted to the growth of the
I According t, an article in a Richmond papqr, this article were to be extensively substituted for ithe surrender o'f Arta, by a particular convention, to the from pieces of the gun which passed through the wallof red light tobacco. The Buildings are convenient and
one Ot the Candidates.for the House of Delegates the hempen cloth. Cotton Blankets, too, which Greek General Bozzaris. It is added, that the Albanian the house, numerous. There are upwards of 50 acres of marsh,
'in an adjacent county, was very shamefully treat- are very common in Europe, France particularly, troops had joined with the insurgents, who immediately The Cambridge, (Md.) Chronicle, states, that on the all of which is ditched, and a portion of it will be plan!-
ed at the late Election in Virginia This Mr. will, we have no doubt, before long, supersede, advanced towards Joanina, which they hope, likewise, 6th inst. asa man named William Paradise, near Millsbo- ed in corn the ensuing spring Preparations have been
25 s~urn to bring to .a Capitulation. When the Greeks are rough, Sussex county, (Del.) was corrections, made for the planting` of a crop of three huadredt01ou1-
,D.:it appears, was ind favor of Mr. CLyas a can- in part at least, the use of the wollenfblanket. ouneas ofsthese twoottessesw temy consie edbo seventh y r fo sorecltnldhi yonh nad hi lns of tbcof ot b sf whetere seeded
di e for te Pres' idency ; and, says the arti- [Nat. Intel. themselves as finally established in Epirus. resisting, seized the weapon, and attemptedto run out the last fall, as also a meadow. A more fill and amnIle
c le,:'" it was positively declared, by the opponents We understand, (says the New York Patriot,) Letters have been received from Constantinople, by ofhis reach; when the aggravated father got his gun, description is not given, as it is presumed no person
of Mr. D.to individuals who, lived in insulated that a at of ntlemen from tis city have n eminent Turkey merchlant, which confirm, most une- and shot him on the spot. He expired in about fifteen would enter into a contract for such an'estate, unless
parts of tle c0ouqty, and who were, not in the ha- at a party ou gent eim ient fom tis city, have quivocally, the report of the declaration of independ- minutess' from a previous and minute examination
bit of readin ne, ers e returned from a scientific, excursion to the ence issued by the Pacha of E-ypt. The report of his It will be sold on a credit of seven annual payments.
bitf g f g spapes ta 'e T riBl eastern parts of New Jersey. In the course of having received the chief command against the Greeks, The purchaser may have twenty working hands, com.
.SUpported by Mr..Clay, who was:supported by their tour they discovered, and succeeded in dis it now appears, were foundedon accounts firomEgypt of SHANNONDALE SPRINGS posed principally of healthy Men; and aillthe Stock of
'I frth ups ofpeen try. oadn o,; tti [lc il eoee Horses, Oxen, Sheep),IHogs, Brood Matres, and Colts, ail
A l. D., was a bill for the purpose of presenting interring, an almost entire skeleton of the huge as old a date as the 7th of Februry. n Iorder to induce H Boardin Hoie at this place will be opene'i Hfasero Oxekn Sheeli Hwise llod Maraes, and Colts, all
y., h bnif of corn and th-e riiWo oaco !1hn oacp tat fe a enmd o digD-Badl
.... i .Tfr the accommodation of company, about the 10th1':erlWsi11nscmoudsok poone
: e pudi, ngofcorn and the m ng of toIbac.co mastodon, or mammoth, as it is sometimes called mascs to his P'a chali.euDa- .or eccommodationocmany bouthe10h Wo o ndonoue
hinary cam es men must learn to bear, when The party speak in the warmest terms of the at- Letters from Missollonghi, state that Mauro Michell, of June. The subscriber has the pleasure o making to be of the largest kind. The purchaser ma hae
the.v become candidates for public favor; but tentions and facilities afforded by Mr. William Bey ofMaina, and Ex-President of the Executive Court- known to the public, that the improvements made in possession either now or in the fall
suhi treatment as this is really past endurance. Croxson, the respectable owner of the farm oil cil, who had, for some time, been in opposition to the the Buildings since the last season, will ad very mub e COLEIEN T DORSEY.
Mr .hsaroltt o li'fi.views of some of the best fli'inds of independence, has at to the colnfort 'and convenience of those who may ble March 23-.w2m'.
Mr.D.hasaghocomplaofit. which these remains were found. We are pleas- lenth na a i ls ite t ss ad disposed to visit this beautiful and romantic spot. The
SGen. WILLIAM I. WINDE was, at the time ed to hear that the skeleton will, in the course of accepted the comiafid in chieff of the army of Livadia. salubrity of the situation has been long known, and is BACON, LARD, BEEF, &c.
of his death, Grand Master of Masons in Mary a few weeks, be placed in the magnificentcabifet The treaty with the Albanias for their co-operation well establish la ing he pevalence of the 10 3O to 400,000 pounds BACON, cured in
Sland, a Senator of this State, and also held a mi- f the Lyceum of Natural History. with the Greeks, has had only x partial result, but seve- eide and Southern State t i ea to a new style, by Mr. Jacob Hofan and mysel, are
the ofitdeeprovince.-,ehavSdeclaredtwir againstasua losnow on sale, The HAMS, which are pronounced by
litary, command in our very numerous and effl-ial of the provinces have dechred war agamst Turkey entirely exempt from its influence. In regard to the those wfo have tried them, to be of the rrost exquisite by
Scent regiment of riflemen : so he was interred The Kingston (U. C.) Chronicle of May 14, A meeting has hee held by the Greeks at Missolon. value of the Shannondale Waters, it is only necessary to fler, are so daan adtvancedprce;an, are going
w ith th.-, .iihest masonic, civic, and military hon- contains a more particular statement of the late ghi, in order to discuss the offensive and defensive mea- observe, that they are of that class o, medicinal waters ly. The SHOULDERS are cured in tea
nost approved ofrin thinscountry and n E rurope, being adbi feedmc one r
orl-s. Per hapsi 15,000 persons assembled, either riots among the Irish emigrants lately settled at sures of the ensuing campaign Prince Mavrocordato strongly impproveognated w ith iron and epso salt.-They aner, A being offered much lower are worthy the
to pay the last tribute of respect to a beloved Perth, (Upper Canada,) but the prominent facts presided in this important meeting. It appears to be t.ro.eh.n. ..atpartiai notice of economists; both are, unquestionably, very de-
a'ayte'attrbt frsetre st( once tonic arnd.cathlartloic. -el ault .. .
-. resolved to send thle w~lble furce to~ltessaly. The pro- f sirable a ornesottaverns, where customers are pro.
friedi4nd citizen, or tobehold the long and so- do riot dfr materially fr those which have al- vnees to bed etered fon rce ts d ess Tre prs msee s e m Shannondae a tace o w c porsate aroe,
_T_1'pY-cfi p n-'tha~nt+ -ien idia-- fashionable resorenspubi byethoswohersreninhave beeo
.Te..t. poo rra-aten i aead Two persons have been to' be destined to Agruppa, on the west a second, to stasoinable resort, as well by those who re in search o s all who ive them a trial will find Orders frm
grve. No man, perhaps, ever died in Balti- killedand-severa-womuTrdd, and-, -if report be Volos, on the cast; 'while the plain Greek army will ad- healtas of peaure, wil induce the subscriber to instance, -atteded to, promptly, a the Bacon sewed
oi iecs;wieteWanG ek am ila a ,.,mos lbeale ,. ..tre F te ro ur sacingu 0 o po p at a acn sw
*more who .was more generally esteemed-and, true, two more are missing, who are supposed to vance to Neopatra and T"heinmop0ylte. Tie -first two- mai et-e mo theral xpn mresa e po ur t r 1a o-'a b ha ea' ,
thoughnot afortunate General, a more honest or have gone over one of the rapids, in the St. Law- cis ih r s toiient strong positions, may oblge table to the healthful and the invalid .a-- at the Factory, on Prince Street, to Mr. B.
moretable to tSoldierlneeruwasnintthe1intented -nc-, inaendevoring.to ....their esape .n a..N
more ze.loiu. sobh1ecr never was in the tented rcnce, in endeavoring to make their escape in a Letters fi'om Constantinople state, that the Sultan may 31-co3m J. STEPHENSON, -WHEAT, where may, also, he had the best ofLAUD. n
field." Hli deparlu*r' is regarded as a public canoe. A great many most violent assaults and makes great exercion in preparing an army of 90,000 kegs and jars, smoked and corned BEEF, BEF
loss, and may fairly be said to have put our city batteries had been committed. The cause of men for the Morea.-.NV. Y. Conmin. tdv. LAND AGENCY IN MISSOURI. TONGUES, VENISON, &6.
into mournin-i.-A7f' Register. these outrages does not appear. ., -w w -TAV1NG been prevailed on by many of my friends, GEO. JOHNSON,
urn ., es On Tuesday morning, Cole, .McCarty, and Carr, who [ll to attend to their Land Claims in the Section of Janney's Wharf.
A Br'tisli revenue cruizer, the Success, draw- vtIoM *rt woonnunr (N. j.) HEiALm. had been convicted of arson, in burning the State House, Military Bounties in this State, I have, at length, yielded Alexandria, May 31-2awtf
:ing 1 feet of water, a short time since sailed -Distressing" casualty.-On Wednesday last, Hannah at Philadelphia, were tried for a conspiracy to murder to theirrequest to assume a General Agency, and will sell
fro th ete r Atlantic, t the Germn Ann, ageed four years, and Emeline, aged two years, Itobetrt Wharton, Esq. then being Mayor of Philadel- and pay taxes on such land as may be entrusted to my FOR SALE,
eom the Western( or Atlantic,) to the rmug daughters and only children of Mr. Joseph D. 'eddrick, phia, and to burn his dwelling house. The testimony of charge. For the information of those at a distance, to rg tIAT tract of land on which WILLIAM BAYLY,
Ocean, by means Ot the Caledonian Canal, through of this town, by a mysterious Providence, became the John M. Henry, the accomplice, was given, and other whom I am unknown, I refer to Messrs. BENTON & S. (deceased) resided at the time of his death, lying"
Scotllnd The inovel sight of one of His Ma- victims of a most distressing and fatal casualty, witnesses, of unimpeachablt character, were called in BARTON, Senators, and Mr. SCOTT, Representative in Prince George's County, state of Maryland, situated
jesty's ships, under a crowd of canvass, decorated The circumstances which led to this melancholy ca- corroboration of the facts in his statement. After the in Congress from this State, and to Mr. HENRY CLAY, about two miles west of the turnpike road leading from
o l both sides fi'om the topmast-head to the deck tastrophe are these: Early in the morning, the mother, remarks of Mr. Biddle tor the prisoners, and Mr. Pettit Speaker of the House of Representatives. Washington to Baltimore, two nmles from Bladensburg,
Sl f e e for some slight indisposition, prepared, as she believed r the commonwealth, and tie charge of the court, the AYLOR BERRY, and seven from the City of Washington containing 240
y th all her virheg sand colors-and flags, enivened w a portion of magnesia, by mixing it with molasses and jury, without leaving the box, returned a verdict of mar 25-wtJune Franklin, Mo. acres of land, one third in wood, a large meadow sewn
bywhep martyyl pibrocper and Highland airs, whica water, for the children. Shortly.after they had swallow- guilty. with timothy, two large fields ini wheat and rye, the ne-
were played by the piper, did not fail, (says a ed it, they began to complain of heat and pain in the 'The court afterwards proceeded to pass sentence on ceessary cornfield already broken up. It has a new and
Scotch paper,) to bring, in crowds, the astonish- stomach, which was followed by vomiting. The acces- the prisoners. For the offence of arson, they were ad- PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE. excellent Dwelling House, with four-iooms and a large .'
ed natives, who viewed with wonder an armed sion of their symptoms alarmed Mrs. P. and led her to judged each to undergo an imprisonment at hard labor [Y virtue of an order of P.rince George's County passage on the lower floor, two good rooms above;
Ship mnvin'wih aist r suspect the medicine. Upon examining the paper which tor nine years. For the conspiracy, they were sentenced l Court, sitting as a Court of Equity, I will sell at Overseer's House, Negro Quarters.two Stables, Barn,
ShIp, moymg With majestic priUe, some hundred 1had contained the article, it was demonstrated to her to a.utrther imprisonment of three years, at hard labor; > s in tl^ on o Upe Marlborough, on and every necessary Out House. This plae has on it.
feet below them, through the bosom of the moun- horror-struck senses, that she had given therm a quanti- making, in the whole, an imprisonment of twelve years Thursday, the 3d day of Jme next, the residue of the an Orchard, inferior to none as to quantity and quality;
.tains, from the Western to the German Ocean. ty of powdered arsenic. which hIad been obtained some at hard labor i teal Estate of JOHN" SMITH BROOKES, deceased; two Gardens, no, th and south; Water equal to any qu
On clearing the C.inal, the Success fired a salute, time before for the purpose of destroying vermin. The Carr having been sentenced recently in the Mayor's on a credit of six, twelve, and eighteen months, the pur. the globe, with a strongly impregnated.sulphurr.Spring;
in conseqlence of being the first of His Majesty's quantity exhibited must have been a teaspoonful or court, to one year's imprisonment for another offence, chaser giving bond, ,ith approved security, bearing'in- and is one of the mos healthy situationsin the county.
d more. Medical assistance was immediately obtained- the sentence in the present case, is to take effect as to terest from the day of sale. The property consists of it is deemed unnecessary to say more, as persons wish-
ships which has come through this wonderful pas- hi stomachs evacultted by means of the stomach to him at the expiration of that year.-[National Ga~. ,vr L01s, on one of whicl.is a two story Brick Dwel. ing to purchase, will examine before they do.a.
sa e. pump, and thoroughly rinsed of their contents--a great Illinois Wolves.-A letter from Illinois .says : "I have ling, in good repair, at present occupied by Aquila The terms of sale shall be low-one third cash, the .
STlie General Cohfeience which lately sat in proportion oai the *poison was brought away by these 1ust returned from a wolf hunt. We found a wolf's Beall, Esq.; one Lot fronting ihe Planters' Bank of balance to suit the purchaser. Application to be mrade
The,;Genera l ,. tfei ence, wnhich lt Iey sa nd means, and by tli.^ornitin.g subsequently induced ; bll 'den, and caught six young ones, two of which I am rats- Prince George's County; and some Mecadow Land, abou to DKI
Baltimore, elected, the Rev. JosmAu SOULE n en slba wr sa1 n OT km, th ailinr u l 40w\ nlmri. ree Gacrge's. Cut;adsm dwLnaott JOHN H. BAKER,-
Blthoe [ e. Luit 1 I/i- .tothe oRevc ofS^ BisopL n all efforts to save them were finally unavailing`. The ,n. Tbe Indians frequently employ wolves in hunting,, he aces OH BKR
the Rev. hun r-iEAaING,..to the office of Bishop eldest survived but about eight hours; the youngest liy- instead of dogs. You may smile at our amusements, but JOHN BRQOKES. Trultee. Agent for the H.irs, VI'shington Gity,.
i thp Me'hotslt Episcopal Church. ed forty-cight hours. w we have nothing better, and habit renders them pleasant. Upper Marlborough, May 4-wts april 6-law "


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L "" s twenty-five cents, due for extra cieik or, in case ', her, or their death, the legal i AN ACT fo the relief uf Daiiel Carroll, of Duddlngtbn,
hire in the General Post Office during one thou- representa4tJ (not being assignees or tra`6 and others.
sand eiGht hundred and twenty-two, and one thou- ferrees,) eit her, in cases of entry before e it enacted c. That the Secretary of the Treasu-
sand eight hundred and twenty-three. after the p;l In of this act,and in any case corng Daniel Carroll, ofDddinond others, proprietors
.-2r- H.^ 4AY, within its o Ivisions, file his, her, or their own ath- of the building occupied by the Congress of the United
Speaker of the use of Representatives davitor affi. .vits,jvith such additional evidence as States, from the year eighteen hundred and sixteen to
iede*JOHN GAILLA[D, can be procured, sheyving the mistake of the nuin- tlheyear eighteen hundred and nineteen, thle sum offif-
iar ll T anm v,, ,ooPresident of the Senate, pro tempore. besof.thi to be entered and tst sde an e d for repaimingn the
'. W.,Ia,hington, May 26th, 1824: Approved. bers of the tact iened to be entered, and that teel -five
: .-.. JAMES MONROE. every reasonable precaution and exertion hadl t-., t otIewise approp ated
been used to avoid the error, with the Register Washingon, Appot oth ed, Ma 19, 1824.
AN ACT ill firtheraddition to "An act to establish an and Receiver of the land District within which 1
5. I: Y AUTHORITY. .,.1:,,rm rule of Naturalizatfion, and to repeal the acts such tract of land is situated, who shall transmit AN ACT for the relief of the legal representatives of
io AC. -ret oure passedion that s nt e nt. the evidence submiited to them in each ctse, to-1 John Laudcrnman.
[PUB.10 actsS] Bted S can o -te gether with their written opinion or opinions, IBe it enacted, &r. That the Secretary of War be atu.
AC t auhorzing the empl' of ,.r, tat/ie --thhe united S s both a t it of t or thorized, and he is hereby directed, to pay to thIe le-
AT. at .ng he emplment .d nd r bed, ht an aln, being a free both as to existence of the mistake and the cre- g representatives of John Lauderman, late soldier of
.e Igk s and certain m esse ng ers, a nd asnti m ,,', a m urim oth "g n as 4a bled T h a t a n y sIe n b e in g, a fre e d bi i rto tet e n tat es' ar o iy, a sum at t e ate of s o ll ar s
lrsons, in the several e[epartmn,,'.. i nbile person and a minor, under the age of twen- lblt of eac p testifying thereto, to the the United States'army, a sum at te rate of six dollars
r.aoenaed in the Sednat Unttl iR- v siohall ve resi in the United Commissioner of the General Land Office, who, if and forty cent er month, commencing from ithe thir-
enactedbyithe Senate npr- -one arswh o shall have resided in the he be entirely satisfied the mistake has been tieth day of .e, one thousand eight hundred fifteen,
Siawfhothe United Stales be. nua te t hne" age l years n next preceding his a made, and that eery reasonable precaution and up to the thirtieth day of April, one thousand eight hun.
stbled, lhat, it shall be lI ful or the the ae of twenty-one years, and who shall have exertion had beenade to avoid itshall be autO dred and sixteen
ispective Departments, hereinafter mentioned, continued toresile therein to the time he may make exeto had be made to avd it, shall be autho- y ashingtoi : Approved, May 19, 1824.
t6 employ the Following Clerks, in addition to -pplication to be admitted a citizen thereof, may, rized to change the entry, and transfer tle pay-
to employ the following Clerks, in addition to .; l]N -alter I to be admtthe agcttzenthereone y s ment frot the tract erroneously entered, to that AN ACT for the the relief of James, Jelii, and Naa
ose authorized by existing laws, dit is to :y : altlr e arrives at the age o twenty-one years .in intended to be entered, if unsold; but, if sold, to thaniel Brooks, and the representatives of either of
S .n the Treasury Department, one clerk. uo atI er lie a ave re five year wl any other tract liable to entry Provided, That then
salary n hall not exceedollarhe su of one thousanl the U,,ned states, including e three yea ted the oath of the person or persons interested shall Resit enacted .c. That the Secretary of War be, and
onehundred and fifty dollars per annum; 1 i .'r. ity, be admitted a citizen of thet in no case, be deemed sufficient, in the absence hle is hereby, authorized to allow unto James, Jehu, and
Insalary shall not exceed the su f eght hur drd que in te first condition of tefirst section of other corroborating testimony, to authorize any their of them, such rather sm, under a contract, ofthe
salary shall not, exceit the cum ete eact t hich this is addition, three years such change of entry: ,and provirdd, also, lhat date of November the first, one thousand eight hundred
doalars, aud.one assistant to the efclerk,. ose to his admission Provided such alien nothing herein contained shall affect the right of and eight, between the United States, by lench Cox,
salary shall not exceed the sum of Iour hundred pre, .us .o Is ...a mission : rovd. such a hien -- n their agent, on the one part, with the said James, Jehu,
doallrs npe annum *-hll iimake the declaration required therein at the third persons. and Nathaniel Brooks, n th there part, for the rn
In the office of the Fifh Auditor one clerk -te f is r her admission ; and shall further c. 2. dndbe itfurther enacted, That either ad Nathaniel Brooks, on the otilcr part, for the roanu-
In rhe office fnum ithe Fifth Auditor ne clerk- fhis or her admission ; and shall furtle Sec2 Andbe t frer enacted That either facture of four thousand stand of arms, as shall increase
he alary shall not exceed one thound our decar, on oath, and prove, to the satisfaction of the Register or Receiver may administer all the price of each stand of arms delivered under the said
hundred dsalar, arid two clerks, one hoe salaries, tle Court, that,for three years next precedin-, it oaths to be made under the provisions of this act, contract, to a sum equal to that allowed to others who
l ~re y salla ando ecleed loet don h been teb'a fide intention ofuch alient and every person, knowingly, wilfully, ant! cor centered into contracts to manufacture and deliver arms
respectively shall not exceed obecone a citizen of the united Sttes;land shall, ruplly, swearing .falsely on any oath administer- to the United States, on or about the same time, keep-
hmauddred nd fif ty.dollars a tz o th pi s i i agin viewthe qmiality of the arms delivered by each, with
In the Navy Departent one clerk sa all other respects, comply with the laws in re- ed t ium orher under the provisions of this act, ile addition labor bestowed ore than would have
lar halle not eee one thusnd dollar ard to naturalization. shall, on indictment ad conviction fr such of-been necessary to have made the muskets equal to the
lary.he office of the Navy ousmii ioleirs, three ec. 2. And beit further enacted, That no certi- fence, before any court having competent juris- pattern: Provided, That the proof for such allowance
n thean o e o tne odagh man, whose salaries, re-eficates of citizenship, or naturalization hereto diction to try the same, suffer the pains and pen- be exhibited to the Secretary of War, within six months.
cletks, att one draughtaman, whose salaries, re- p or n i at alties of wilful and Sorruct Sc. 2. .nd be it furthirenactee That the sum soal.-
spectively, shl. not exceed the sum of one thou- fore obtained from any Court of Record within allies of wilful and corrupt erjury.loed shall be applied, by the proper accounting offil-
sand dollars per annum; the United States, shall be deemed invalid, in Sec. S. And e it furier enacted, That, or cers, towards the sum of four thousand dollars, advanced
in the-office of the Postmaster General, four cfonequence of an omission to comply with the every oath administered under the provisions of on said contract ; and interest on the said sum so ad-
rledks, whose salaries, respectively, shall not e <. requiiti eed the sum of one thousand dollars : and to An act relative to evidence in cases of naturali- allowed the sum of twenty-five cents, and twenty- made until its payment, for which the judgment, reco-
cleeiks, whose saaries, respectiely, shall not e%. nation passed the twenty-second day ofMarch, cents for every hundred words of the evidence vered against the said Brooks, shall remain as if this act
clerkswhose salaries, repectiely, sll not p d f had not passed, except that further proceedings thereonu
ceed the'sum rnof eight hundred dollars per an- one thousand eight hundred and sixteen. received amd transmitted to the Commissioner of shall be stayed for six months; and when said balance
S m+ 5ec. 5. ,lnd be it further enacted, That the de- the General Land Office, to be paid by the party and interest shall be paid, the same shall be in full dis-
In the office of the Commissary General of Sub- claration required by the first condition specifiedin making the application for change of entry. charge of said judgment.
Sisthikce, two clerks, whose salaries, together, the first section of the act, to which this is an ad- Washington; Approved, May 24, 1824. Washington : Approved, May 19, 1824.
shall not exceed the sum of tno thousand one dlition, s all, if the same has been bona fide made [PRIVATE ACTS.] AN ACT to compensate William Cocke for certain mili-
hlundred and fifty dollars per annum; before the Clerks of either of the Courts in the AN ACT for the relief of Robert Strain. tary services rendered the United States during the
'.. "' the Engineer Department, two clerks, whose said condition named, be as valid as if it had been Be it enacted, &c. That th. proper accountingofficers late war, and for the relief of John T. Johnson.
salari's, together, shall not exceed the sum of made before the said Courts, respectively, of the Treasury Department ettle the account of Ito- Be it enacted, &c. That there be paid to William
"wo thousand -one hundred and fifty dollars per S:,c. 4. And be it. further enacted, That a de- bert Strain, and pay unto him, or his legal representa- Cocke, formerly of the Tennessee mounted gun-men,
anlium claration by any alien, being a free white person, tive, a sum not exceeding fifty eight dollars, it being out of the moneys of the Treasury, nbt otherwise ap-
ti -n.the office of the Surgeon General, one clerk, of his intended application to be admitted a, citi- fortwo rifle guns, saidto have been impressed from him propriated, two month's full pay and emoluments, as a
SM.salary shall not exceed the sum of one zen of' the United States, made in the manner amid into the public service durig tie late var, and not Colonel in the infantry oftlc Army of the United States.
S r shau d ot exceed the d ma of op e a n- for tres ited iStates, made itn the mannered since returned to him ; and that the said sum of Sec, 2. .&nd he itfurther enacted, That the proper ac-
ai~d one hundred and fifty dollars per an- form prescribed in the first condition specified in fifty-eight dollars be paid, out of any money in the Trea- counting officers of the Treasury Department be, and
u; the first section of the act to which this-is in ad- sury, not otherwise appropriated they are hereby, directed, in the settlement of the ac-
n the office of the Commissary General of Pur. edition, two years before his admission, shall be Washington: Approved, May 21, 1824. counts of John T. Johnson, for services rendered in the
S ases three clerks, %hose salaries, together a sufficient compliance with said condition ; any late war against Great Britain, during the time he acted
sifi -not exceed the sum of three hhoasandfive iing in the said act, or in an subsequent act, to AN ACT for the relief of Alexander Scott, late Collector as vo teer aid to Major Geeral William Harrison,
y of Pensacola. to allow him the pay of a Captain, with the additional
hundred dollars per annum; the contrary notwithstanding. Be it enacted, lc. That the Secretary of the Treasury pay and emoluments allowed by law to the aids of Ma-
Sec. 2. .nd be it further enacted, That it shall asoiiito :i Approved, May 26, 1824'. be, and lie is hereby, authorized to pay, out of any mo- jors General.
be lawful for the officers of the Departments to- nevy in the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, to Washington: Approved May 18, 1824.
emlowf ino their rofcesiv ofheDpa mrmentsrt, AN ACT explanatoryofan act, entitled "An actor the Alexander Scott, late Collector of Pensacola, a salary of
employ, in their respective offices, messengers, reliefof ihei officers, volunteers, and other persons, five hundred dollars per annum, from ths day on which C o t r
- assistants, and other persons, as follows, that is eng" ged ,n the late campaign against the Seminole his salary of one thousand dollars per annum ceased, AN ACT for the relief of Isaac Collyer and others.
to say : Inhiai, passed the fourth of May, one thousand eight until his duties, as Collector of Pensacola, were discon- lie it enacted & c. That the Collector for the District
In.the office of the Secretary of State, one mes- timniir,l d .rid twenty-two. tinued. of Marblehead, in the state of Massachusetts, be, and he
*senger, and assistant, at a compensation not ex- Be it enactedd by the Senate and House of Repre- Washington: Approved May 26, 1824. is hereby, directed to pay to Isaac Collyer, owner of a'
Bleeding one thousand and fifty dollars per annum; fntatite ofthe United States of America in Con- fishing schooner, called the Dove, of sixty-eight tons,
in the Patent Office, one machinist, at a conm- rn.s asntlled, That the proper accounting offi- AN ACT for the relief ofAlexander McNair. and to the persons composing the crew o' the said ves-

pensation -nbt exceeding seven hundred dollars cer of te treasury Department be, and he is be, and e is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, outreasurysel would have been entitled, had she returneinto part
and oni messenger, at a compensation not ex- hereby, directed to give such construction to the of any money in the Treasury, not otherwise appropri- after completing her fishing terns; to be distributed ac-
,-ceeding four hundred dollars per annum ; act of the fourth of May, one thousand eight hun- ated, to Alexander McNair, of Missouri, two thousand cording to law.
In the office of the Secretary of the Treasury dred and twenty-two, as that its provisions shall dollars, being for the value of a house destroyed by fire, Washington: Approved May 19, 1824.
one messenger, and assistant, whose compensa- extend to the claims of the volunteer, field, and nearort Mssack, whileoccupied by the tro r, thc = .
tion, together, shall not exceed one thousand and staiu officers, engaged in the campaign of eighteen Washington: Approved. May 25, 1824. AN A* for the relieoffMaturin Guichot.
fifty dollars.per an.-um ; hundred and eighteen, against the Seminole In- Beit enacted&c. That Maturin Guichot, an inhabitant
In the office of the First Comptroller, one mes- diarns, "ho lost horses or the necessary equipage AN ACT for the reliefofJ. Ottramare. of the parish of Avoyelles, in the state of Louisiana, or
singer, and assistant, at a compensation, togeth- thereof, in the manner mentioned in said act; and, Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of the Treasu- his legal representatives, be, and he or they are hereby,
er, not exceeding one thousand and fifty dollars also to the claims of all the volunteer officers or ry shall cause to be paid to J. Ottramare, out ofanymo. confirmed in their title to a tract of land, of ten arpens
per, no exceedin i;an y soldiers engaged in the campaign aforesaid, who, ney in the Treasury, not others appropriated, te in front, with the depth of frty apens, situated in the
in..the office of the Second Comptroller, one without any fault or negligence on their part, re- reeived into the Treasdn, arising from the sales of four the same land which the said Maturin Guichot, or those
received into tile Treasur, arising fr'om the sales offourt
nmesAie'ger, at a compensation not exceeding se- spectisely, lost horses, or the-aqcessary equipage packages of jewelry, libelled and condemned in the under whom he holds, have actually cultivated and in-
.en'lundred dollars per annum; thereof, in battle. District Court for the district of Louisiana. habited for thirty years, and which said tract of land was
I the office of the First Auditor, one messen- Sec. -. and be it further enatecd, That the Washington, May 24, 1824.-Approved. originally grantedtoone Baptist Duplecin, thirboun-
In nhe office of the First Auditor, one messen- daries of which are to be more fully and particularly de-
'-.ger,,at a compensation not exceeding seven hun- proper accounting officer of the !Treasury De- AN ACT for the relief ofJonas Duncan. signaled under the direction of the Register of the Land
drikd dollars per annum ; apartment be, and he is hereby, authorized and di- Be it enacted,, cI That there be paid to Jonas Dun- Office of the district in which said land lies: Provided,.
In'the office of the Second Auditor, one mes- reacted to audit and settle the claiins of all own- can,or this legal representative, out ofanymoneyinthe This section shall operate only as a relinquishment oni
Rsenr~r, at a compensation not exceeding seven ers of wagons and teams, and others, for any Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, the sum of sixty the part of the United States, and shall not affect the
hundred dollars per annum; horse or horses impressed into the public service dollars, in full compensation for the use of a house owned rights of any third person.
dImthe officeof the Third Auditor, one messen- during the said Seminole campaign : Provided, by the said Duncan, and occupied by the officers of See. 2. 4snd be itfiurther enacted, That the Secretary
._ e oThati.-[iliet ta c peation, ore her, g ipes n,_dthe a e o d the United States during the late war with Great Bri- of the dTreasury of the United States be, and lie is here-
ger,,at.assistant, at a compensation, together, at such impressment, and .the value of said t in by, directed to cause to be refunded to the said Maturin
riint- xceeding one thousand and fifty dollars pier horse, or horses, be satisfactorily proved, and that Washington: Approved, May 19, 1824. Guichot, or his legal representatives, any sum of money
iatfum; it shall, also, be satisfactorily proved that such which lie may have paid to the United States for the
-hi the office of the Fourth Auditor, one nmes- horse or horses were not returned to their owners, AN ACT for the relief of certain persons who have paid, purchase of said tract of land, or any part theieof.
nier, at a compensation not exceeding seven and that any compensation which may have been duties on certain gs imported intoCtin Washington: Approve May 19, 184.
'liund&ed dollars per annum ; allowed and paid for the service of said horse Be t enacted, le Thatof any moneys in ofthe Treasury AN ACT forth relief of John Top
shall cause tu be paid, outof amy moneys in the Treasu.- AN ACT for the relief of John Topp.
'-v.In the office of tile Fifth Auditor, one messen- or horses, after the time of their impressment, be ry, not otherwise appropriated, to Joshua Aubin, Na- Be it enacted, &e. That there be paid, out ofthe mo.
"ger, at a compensation not exceeding seven hun- deducted. thaniel W. Appleton, and to C. H. Appleton, John Tap- neys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to John
:dired dollars per annum; Sec. 3. IAnd -be it further enacted, That the pan, William Whitehead, James Crawford, Daniel John. Topp, of Davidson county, Tennessee, the sum of three
In the office of the Treasurer, one messenger, amount of such claims, so audited- and settled, son, Otis Little, David Hove, Thatcher Avery, Ebene- hundred dollars, the value of a quantity of wood, neces-
a compensation not exceeding seven hundred when ascertained, shall be paid out of any money se Hodsdon, John Lee, Benjamin Hazletine, Samuel sarily taken by the United States' troops, from the lands
he a rn s l pdAdams, and James Grahain, who made payment, or tof the said Topp, near Nashville, in the state of Tennes-
-ollars per annum in the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated. theirlegal representative, all sums which have been see, during theas the state of Tennesr.
S'-In the offie of the Commissioner of the Gene- Washington: Approved, May 26, 1824. paid into the Treasury as,and for,duties upon goods im- as : roved, May 19th, 1824.
,-ral Land Office, one messenger, and laborer, at a ported into Castine, while ii possession of the British
'"rmnpenation.nt other. not excep ringei ven hun- AN ACT supplementary to an act, approved on the forces, during the late war with Great Britain ; the same
.ompensat.on,tget er, not exceengeleven tun- third day of01 March, one thousand eight hundred and not being, bylaw, subject to the payment thereof upon SAYINGS AND DOINGS,
dred and fifty dollars per annum nineteen, entitled "Anact providing for the correction which goods duties were also levied by, and paid to, A SERIES of Sketches from Life. "Full of ,sise
r: lIn the ofice ef the Register of the Treasury, of errors in making'entriesof land at the land offices." the British authorities, upon their importation into Cas- ] sase and modern instance." In 2 vols, price 82,
. one messenger, and assistant, at a compensation, Be it enactedby the Senate andHouse of Repre. tine. Randolph, 2 vols, $2.
- together, not exceeding one thousand and fifty sentativws ofthe United States of.Americain Con- Washington: Approved, May 19, 1824. Hajji labba, 2 vols, S2.
--dollars per annum ; ,resa assembled, That when any mistake, in rela- AN ACT f th lf Arcib Crk. Percy Mallory, 2 vols, S2.
: In the office of the Secretary of War, one mes- onto the correct numbersofany tract of land Be it enacted, That the secretary of th Treasu an two Americas Great Britain, and the Holy Alli-
-senger, and assistant, at a compensation, togeth- not exceeding in quantity one half section, may ry be, andhe is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, june l-St DAVIS & FORCE.
er, not exceeding one thousand and fifty dollars have been heretofore made by any purchaser of out of any moneys in the Treasury, not otherwise ap-
per antlum; the public lands of the United States at private propriated,a sum sufficientto indemnify Archibald Clark, HOUSE BROKEN OPEN AND ROBBED.
In (he office of the Paymaster General, one sale, and where one or more payments shall have Collector of the customs for the District of St. Mhry's, for T AST EVENING, about 8 o'clock, the house of Iris
I ,n7y- '* *-- the o. ,- im-l -und'red dollars per annum ; ...-" my--tract -eem raed-pe firistake, and here such ry Eu, against the said Co.oetor, for the detention of the some villain, in her bsenee, and the following articles
ur .de ollrs pe anm ;. a.n--n- o erd y n a wee snhp Apollon, together with the interests and costs. taken : one new quilt, ome old one, 2 pillow cases, ono
In the .office of the Commissary General of payment has not been forfeited, previously to the Washinmgton: Approved, May 19, 1824. apron, one green shawl, much spotted, and one black
Vurchases,one messenger, at a compensation not passing of this act, for a failure to complete the cassimere vest.
exceeding seven hundred dollars per annum; payments on such tract ; and where the purcha- AN ACT for the relief of Morris Goldsmith and Anthony The public are respectfully requested, if such things
In the office of the Secretary of the Navy, one ser or purchasers may not, in relation to said Roderick, should be seen or offered for sale, to detain them, and to
messenger, and assistant, at a compensation, to- tract, have in any way taken advantage of the Beit enacted, lc. That the Secretary ofthe Treasuo- use their exertions to have the persons apprehended and
gether, not exceeding one thousand and fifty dol- provisions of the act. of the second of March, 'be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, brou to punishment Any perso leaving form-
iars per annum ; eighteen hundred and twenty-one, entitled An unto Morm-i Goldsmith and Anthony Roderick, the sum amid the me ichth
In the office of the Commissioners of the Na- act for the relief of the purchasers of the public t se ir e Tresuy o otestored to th e ovfnerrshall be suita
vy, one messenger, at a compensation not ex- lamls prior to the first day of July, eighteen hun- for moneys expended, and services rendered, e n in the ap E. DYER,
feeding seven hundred dollars per annum; dred and twenty," or of the act supplementary prehension of persons charged with piracy, in the years june 1- Corner of 14th and H Streets.
In the office of the Postmaster General, one thereto, or the act continuing in force said sup- eighteen hundred and nineteen and eighteen hundred .CARPET & FURNITURE S.ALE.
messenger, and assistant, at a compensation, to- Dlenteit.ry act and where the prson or persons and t'venty. UArrl AJ-S.
pethermot exceeding one thousand and fifty dol- making cth t ha as o n Washindt o: Approved, May 19, 1824. Oihe bdR einsn of my C ton ah
., r J j ... higest idder, infront of my City Auction and


sars, irc annumuu erred his, her, or their right to the certificate of AN ACT for the relief of Jacob Slough. Commission Rooms-
In the office,of the Secretary of the Senate, purchase, or the tract so purchased, and where no Be it enacted le. That Jacob Slough, formerly a cap- 4 pieces of best Brussels Carpeting
one mesenger, at a compensation not exceeding patent shall have issued for the tract so erro- ta in the army ofth Uited States, be, and here- 1 do do Sair carpeting
seven hundred dollars. neously purchased ;. and, also, in all cases of an by, released from the payment of the sum of one thou- 2 beaItiful Hearth rptugs
In the office of the Clerk of the House of Re- entry hereafter made, of a tract of land not in- sand five hundred and twenty two dollars and fifteen sideboards, Bedsteads, Dining and Breakfast Tables
presentathves, three clerks, at a compensation not tended to be entered, by a mistake of the' true cents, the balance which stands charged against him on chairs, 1 pair of Mantel Lamps, Passa-e Lamps
etceedifig one thousand five hundred dollars each; numbers of the tract intended to be entered, the ooks of the Treasury of te United States. Knives and Forks, Glass and Queens Ware
and one messenger, whose salary shall not exceed where ithe tract, thus erroneously entered, does ashington: Approved May 19, 1824. Tobacco, Cigars, &c. &c.
Seven hundred dollars per annum tiit h Likewise, an assortment of seasonable READY MADE
siven hundred dollars per an nun not. in quantity, exceed one half section; and AN ACT for the relief of Joshua Bennet. CLOTHINU. assortmentseasonable READY MADE
Sec...nd be itfurer enacted, That the sum where the certificate of the original purchaser or Be it enacted &c. That the proper accounting officers The sale to commence at precisely 4 o'clock P. M,
lft five' thousand nine hundred and thirteen dol- purchasers has not been assigned, or the right of of the Treasury Department be directed to pay to Josh- and be made without reserve.
u-a Bennett, ofKemtcky, the sum of sixty dollars, in full
.lrs and seventy-five cents Is hereby appropriated the original pu aser or purchasers in any way a Bennett, of Kentucy, the sum of said Benxty dnettllars, in full MAURO,
-f- one. year'p compensation fur one additional transferred, ai where six months, fro the r e ve o a orse, dulosing the late war, and the june dt Auctioneer.
,le.k ii the Department of0 tle Na' and for time the entry shall have been made, may not the same be paid out of any money in the Treasury, not
for'araditional clerks in the General Post Office, have elapsed, or the patent issued for the tract otherwise appropriated. PRINTING,
includingg he sura of num hundred and thirteen erroneously entered, the purchaser or purchasers, Washington: Approved May 19,1824,- Of every description, executed at this office.


MILITARY PROMOTIONS..

ADJUTA tI ( .I I '.L'S OFrICE',
thslington, AMjy 28th, 1824.
ORDERS.
The following Promotions and Appointments
in the Army, have been made by tlie President ote
the United States, with the advice and consent
of the Senate, since the publication of the Regis-
ter in January last.;'"
PROMOTIONS.
First Regiment of A'rtille ,'.
1st lieutenant Edmunid Kirby, to be captain, 1st May,
1824, vice lalliba, resigned.
2d lieutenant .Jistin Dimick, to be 1st lieutenant, 1st
May, 1824, vice Kirbv, promoted.
5 24d lieutenant Daniel Tyler, to be 1st lieutenant, 6th
May, 1824. vice McNeill, resigned.
Brevet 2 1 lieutenant Andrew Kinnard, to be 2.1 lieu-
tenant, Ist July, 1823.
Brevet 2d lieutenant John 'arley, of the 2d Artillery,
to be 2d lieutenant, 1st July, 1823.
Second Regiment of .3'tiler;y.
1st lieutenant N. Batten, brevet captain, to be.catain,
1st April, 1824, vice Roach, resigned.
2d lieutenant IW. E. Williams, to be 1st lieutenant, 1st
April, 1824, vice Baden, promoted.
Brevet 2i lieutenant R. De 'reville, of the 3d Artille-
ry, to be 2dl lieutenant, 1st Jul., 1823.
Aiith ltime-nt i'f 'Irtilleru.
Brevet 2,1 lietenli t in redeick Searle of the 1st Ar-
tillery, to be 2 1 lieutenant, 1st July, 1823.
Fourth /opnm-ent of Ilzfanty.
Captain S. Donoho, brevet major, to be major, 1st Max,
1824, vice Bradford, resigned.
1st lieutenant William Lear, to be captain, 1st May,
1824, vice D(l)iaolio, promoted. .
2d lieutenal t George Mountz, to be 1st lieutenant, 14,1>
May, 1824, vice Le:ar, promoted.
Fifth fRegiment of Infantry.
1st lieutenant iobert A. Mlcabe, to be captain, 1st.
May, 1824, vice Cass, resigned.
2d lieutenant Joseph M Baxley, to be 1st lieutenant,
1st May, 1824, vice McCabe, promoted.
Seventh fReiment of Infantry.
1st lieutenant John Philbrick, to be captain, 1st May,
1824, vice Jones, resigned.
2d lieutenant 'Edgar S. Hawkins, to be Ist lieutenant,
22d January, 1824, vice Hobkirk, dismissed.
2 2d lieutenant Chuarles Thomas, to be 1st lieutenant, Ist
March, 1824, vice Bronaugh, resigned.
2d li.utienant Ja nes Dawson, to be 1st lieutenant, lst
May, 1824, vice Philbrick, promoted.
William Macrea,'lieutenant colonel, 2d Refgiment At'-
tillery, 19th April, 1814, to be colonel by brevet, to ranki
19th April, 1824, for ten years' faithful service in same
grade.
Thomas Hamilton, captain 5th Rfegiment of Infantry,
21st February, 1814, to be major by brevet, to rank 21st
February, 1824, for ten years' faithful service in same
grade.
M. M. Payne, captain 4th Regiment of Artillery, 24
March, 1814, to be major by brevet, to rank 2d March,
1824, for ten years' faithful service'in same grade.
liezekiah Bradley, captain 3d Regiment of Infantry,
19th April, 1814, to be major by brevet, to rank 19th
April, 1824, for ten years' faithful service in same grade,
Alexander l. Thompson, captain 2dt regiment of ln-
fantry, 1st May, 1814, to be major by brevet, to rank 1st
May, 1824, for ten years' faithful service in same grade.
John Anderson, Topographical Engineer, to be lien-
tenant colonel by brevet, from 12tlh April, 1823, having
served as a brevet major, and performed the appropriate
duties of that grade for ten years continuously.
Isaac Roberdean, Topographical Engineer, to be lieu.
tenant colonel by brevet, from 29th April, 1823, having
served as a brevet major, and performed the appropriate
duties of that grade for ten years continuously.
APPOINTMENTS.
William Steuben Smith, to be paymaster, 22d March,
1824.
Edward Macomb, to be assistant surgeon, 20th Janua-
ry, 1824.
George P. Todson, to be assistant surgeon1 20th Jaln-
uary, 1824. ,
James G. Percival, to be assist nt surgeon, 4th March,
1824.
Governeur Morris, late cadet, to be 2d lieutenant, 4th
Regiment of Infantry, 24th May, 1824.
Dudley W. Allanson, late cadet, to be 2d lieutenant,
5th Regiment of Infantry, 24th May, 1824.
Jasper Macomb, late cadet, to be 2d lieutenant, 7th
Regiment ofInflnntry, 24th May, 1824.
The General in Chief announces the foregoing
Promotions and Appointments, and directs the
officers promoted, to report for duty accordingly;
those appointed have received special orders front
this office.
By order of Major General BRowx,
CH. J. NOUIISE,
SJlcting Adjutant General.
NEW GROCERY STORE.
T HE subscribers have just received, by the sloop
Chauncey, Capt. Nichols, from New York, at the
Store lately occupied by W. R. Wanton, iiext door to
P. Mauro's Auction Store, opposite the Centre Market,
a general supply ofGROCERIES, &c.. viz:
6 blids. Jama'ca Sugar
8 hlihds. New Orleans do.
5 'chests Young Hyson Tea, late importation
15 bags Coffee
3 pipes Rochelle Brandy
2 puncheons Jamaica Ibum
1 pipe Holland Glin
5 blIds Molasses
2 tierces H. Honey
3 fresh Rice
6 fall pressed Oil
20 bbls. Newark Cider
10 Rye Gin
10 NE. Rum
10 prime Pork
10 boxes Sperm. Candles
30 Converse's Mould Candies
20 Yellow Soap
10 Chlocolate
10 Poland Starch
20 kegs ground Ginger
2 bags Race Ginger
15 kegs plug Tobacco
2 Cavendish do.
2 casks Plasn Oil '
1 bale Almonds
1 do. Hops
1 do. Corks
1000 do. Goshen Cheese
1000 do. Flax
500 lb. smoked Beef
1 bbl. Copperas
1 do. Alum
20 doz. Brooms
Mustard, Nutmegs, Blue, &c. '
And in Store-
40 bbls. Old Whisker
60 'do. Common
50 do. Superline Flour
100 kegs Nails, assorted sizes
10 tons Iron
2000 lb. Bacon
Rye Chop, Oats, Bran, &ec.
GEORGEPARKER, & CO.
June 1-S3t
PUBLIC SALE. -
O3N Saturday the third of July next, at hrown's Hotel
in the city of Washington, will be exposed to pub-
lic sale, all the right, title, and interest, of JOHN THO-
MAS, to a tract of land situate on the Beaver Dam, near


Bladensburg, in Prince George's county, in the state, of
Maryland, that formerly belonged to the late Benjamin
Stoddert. containing about four hundred and seventy-six
acres, inore or less. The above property is sold under
assignments and conveyances in trust to the subscribers,,
Elias B. Caldwell and William A. Bradley. Terms of
sale, cash. Sale to commence at eleven o'clock, A,. M.
E lB. CALDWELL,
W. A. BRADLEY,
Trustees.
June 1, 1824-tawls P. MAURO, Auctioneer.


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Lonidon iad brought them a great quantity ofpowdei ,
cannons, mortars, shells, cannon balls, and other kind-
of ainmunilonl, preparatory to the siege of Lepanto. .
On hearing oftLhe formidable prepatrations making by. -
the Turks, ior tlhe.ensuin g campaign, the governmentat
Mistolonghi immediately despatche.l Euop'eun eng
neers to the north ofthe Istlhinus of Cu.,tl, to turm all
entrenched camp fotbrtlie purpose of ohr.rg ', refl'rcu.. '
res:stance. Engineers are also occpied in raising fort'v i .
fications on tile side of Thebes, and on -ll the principal'.
mountains. i
A Greek vessel arrived at Ancona on the 4th ofApri l*
from Corfu, whence it sailed on the 25lh of March, witlk
the infbi'mation that the city of Lepanto had fallen into "i
the power of the Greeks, the 13th of that month. Ac-
cording to the information we have on this subject, it
appears that a breach having been made by the artillery-
of the Philliellenes, commanded by Colodel Stanhope .
tlhe place was summoned to surrender, and Jussoul wa.-
cha, who c6nmmanded there; living" rejected all. sort of |
capitulation, they prepared fo ran attack with their Whol '
force. It was executed on the morning of tile 14th, t *
little before sunrise." Constantine Bozzaris," anmi Nice-. ." "
olip
,dtVi .tjhe nirkbphaye, led thbe- danced guard, and at 7 irk "' .
thle T1,'l i..;-.the standard of the Cross floated upon the I
walls of Lepanito. Part of thle Turks perished, and, it
is said, there Was found a rich booty in money, amm-u.
nition, arms, baggage, and effects, obtained froni tlih i
pillage ofAchaia,in; 1821; by Jussodf Pacha, who, a-,
cording to all appearance, perished in this last battle.
[Advices fIrom 'rankfort corroborate the Above agreeablet. -
intelligence.]-Conim. Idvrrtimr.
MARIMED,
On Thursday evening, 27th inst. by theRev.br. .au i
Tie, Mr. FRANCIS T. SEAWELL, to Miss MAR H
MACKE1, daughter of William Mackey, Esq. of'
Georgetown. .
At Mulberry Field.s, on Tuesday, the 25th inst. by thd
Rev. Mr. Carbery, ClHARLES J. CARROLL, Esq. tcK .
Miss ANN ELIZA IIOLTON, daughter.of.the late WA-, '
Hpotio'N Esq. aliot'fSt. Mary's county,.Md.- -: .. i
o' We ate requested to announce "n'ItkAs ; Jo H : -
soN (not TU. J1.ofinym as heretofore published Ij as a,. '-
caididate for Elector of President and Vice President.TC'
the first Electoral Dictrict of Marylarid, who, if elected, '
will support Gen. AninEnwr JACKSOx as President, and J. ...
C. CALHONR as Vice President. .

TRIAL OF LT' BEVERLY KENNON.
J.U publishedd and or seale-ai the Office ,,f the a. '
tional Intelligencer, the Proceedings of a Court,
Martiiil lately held at Norfolk for the Trial of Lt. BEA,, "
Vir-RLY KENNON-8vo, boards, police $1.
june 1- :."
IE The Bloard of Managers of the AMERibAl
CCOLsizATIoN SocIrETrtae requestedto inmeetat Browii'a.'
Hotel, Washingtun. on WEDNESDAY morning at 1 '
o'clock. Business of importance is to be transacted. -
june 1-- .
FOR MAbliD- To sailing d few days,
i Y THE elegant and very tf,-; -al.,.g schr, .
'a/ ~SUPERIOIU,:IIOP!! J. BAKER.. Master -
^^^ ~has good accommodations for five or si "
S sie iSpassengets; for which apply to ;
T. H. HOWLAND, '
Thoimpson's Wharf, Alexandria. -
jtune-l1-ot *


*9-

NOTICE.
T ItE James river Steam Bat .Company tave esia-
blished one of their Hoats to run from Washingtoti
to Norfolk. City Point, and Richmond. ".
Leave Washington at 8 o'clock A.M. on Thl'lursday-,
arrive at Norfolk Friday mornings, and at Richmond the
evening of the same day. Returning will leave Rich-
mond on Sunday mornings at 6 o'clock, arrive at NorI .
folk same evening, and -leave Nivisin's Wharf, at Nor-
folk, at 9 o'clock A. M. on Monday.
Fare, (including meals) from Vashington to Norfolk*
$7 50; Alexandria to N ,Norfolk, 7; Nrfolk -to Cit.
Point, 7)3; Norfolk to Richmond, $4.
June 1-colm WM H. THOMPSON, Agrent.
CHEAP SUMMER CLOTHING,
Selling off at the United States. Clothing Storej
opposite Brown's Hotel. .
T HOSE wishing to supply themselves with fashionx-
1. ble PANTALOONS, VESTS, &a. will do well to-i
,all immediately, as this will be the last week for this
*eason; consequently Goods will be sold very low. >A
few fashionable COATS. tity e4 had sit reduced prices,
and fine Linen SHIRTS, with a variety of seasonable -
GOODSi
june l1-d4t ;
NEW BOOKS, PORTER AITS,& &c.
AYINGS and DOINGS; a Series of Sketches front
S Life, 2 vols 1, $2. -"I z
A System of Materia Medica and Pharmacy, by Johri
Murray, M. D ; with Notes and Additions, by JohnB;
Beck, M, D. F4 50. .
Jacobs' Greek Header, adapted to the tianslatldri of
Buttmann's Greek Grammar, 82 25. h
The Law of Infancy and Coverture, by P. B;ngham,
of the Middle Temple ; with References to Armeiricart
Decisions, by a Member of the New Haimpshire Bar
154 50.
Reports of Cases Determined at Nisi Prius in th,
Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas, and on the
Circuit, from 55 Geo. It.1 (1814) to 60 Geo. 111. (181l),
by Thomas Starkie, 2 vols, $10.
Reports of CasWs Argued and Determined in the Su-
preme Court, and in thie Court for the Trial of Impeach
ments and the Correction of Errors, of, the State of New
York; by Es.eklel Cowen, $7.
The New Robinson Crusoe, 75 cents.
Sparks' Collection of Fssays and tracts ift Theologk
No. 6, 62j cents. : "
Portrait of John 4uincy Adam, engraved b, Kear-
ney, from a Painting by C. King, ;2i.
Do. of W. H. Crawford, engraved by Durandte from
a painting by Jarvis, $3.
Do J.by C. Calboun, engraved by Longacfei frotd
a painting by C. King, $1. !"
Da,. of Andrew Jackson, engraved by Longa're; front
a painting by J. Wood, $1.
Do. of Henry Clay, engraved by Mavefick, from. t
painting by C. King, $3.
Just received and on sale bv .
june 1-Ceot3t W.R. PIIiBY THOMPSON;i


f ;^'', "-. *.& -s* CONVENTION WITH GRtEAT BRITAIN. } Mbst of the Membersa of Congres fbok their LATE FR)M ENGLANi,
,L' ''s-^ii.i '^Vde arture from this City immediately fter, and --
We published,last week, the copy of the Con- rno- n e.v of them before, theadjournmeint. There NEW YORK MAY 29.-The Packet ship Leeds,
'\^t.07, l"vention with Great Britain for the more effectual remain in the City but fifteen or twenty, who are Capt. Stoddard, arrived last evening from Liver- t
'i 'V,-' rtS U E 1RA, 184 u suppression of the Slave Trade, the Documents yet detained by business. pool, whence she sailed on the 25th of April.-
S'URSDAY, JUNE 18 connected therewith, and the proceedingsof the Perhaps it is no more than due respect to the By this arrival, the Editors of the Commercial
; enate upon it. We thought, at 'hle tinie, thlat gentlemen who are before the Piople as Candi- Advertiser have received their regular files of
"1' "i Ti artiih Culaime Lian.-W\e understand we had published every thing material upon the dates for the Presidency, particularly to notice London papers and. shipping lists,to the 3d, and I
t^ 'na tie loan of fi% e millions of linilar, authori- subject, anti should slil think so, had it not been the time andti manner of their departure. In that Liverpool to the day of sailing.
;e.ited'I act ,f Conglves to prnvile lor thle pay- otherwise suggested by a friend, sentiment, we mention, that General JACKsoN ENGLAND.
net of he awrd e Com]-.inr under jWe supply the omissions deemed material. left here direct for home, a day or two before the It is calculated the prorogation of Parliament will take
: .! l n er i t h e a w a r d i l l e C n nm .- s i unr r u e c yV s p l. i ~ e o m n i s s i o n s d e e mr e d a e i
'.' ,1'th'reatv with Spain, has been taken b\ Mi. 'The following extract from the Journid of ilhe adIjournment, and that Mr. CLAY left the City on place as early as the 15th of June. It is said that the t
*'lll)biE )11 the pail t of the Bank lof the Lnoed Senate, su h ave preceded tha date of May 21, Friday morning, also for his residence. King will visitthe continent in July .
t, t,: es. T'"s i,;or i ,a n Ilust be very _n..isl.c- with'which ou f er extract comme ed: T he iritis government has received iteligence
'i tr" to the numerous- claimanti, %%ho % ill nw he IN SNSATE.--4'Finir, Aruu..30, 1824. i The New York Gazette of Tuesday, says, the i.re of a Spanish slave ship, the Virgin, of 14 guns, and
.f enabled tI receive. iiniediate p:symenlt f lhe The following written message was reeivedfiom the arrival of the Vice President at his seat on Staten a crew of 130 Smen, by the Baracoota sloop of war. It
ai" ns awarded to fltem-, bY the Bt..id ol Conromi,- Piesident of the United States, by Mr. Everett, his Se. Island, on Monday evening, was announced by appears that the Spanish ship was fallen in with by the
esioners \\\\^.t sillinisarri-,iabout bein brought1 tie discharg-e of cannon. Baracoota shortly after the latter left :Algoa Bay, And re-
stoners, hvie sitti..ae "ej,-tabout being br,,ught rr followed the messe, trsmitting" the Con- the discharge of cann,,n.k,
bae e ,a n slllhe rangee t see vetion as ahr elcdoubli he tra no. ig,te Ca. g tar a The Captaiu < f the Virgin, however, 1
.. : cl:s. l- .a. t, it, aeeady. publi.ed.. LDfauefle.--A letter From a gentleman now refused to submit until several bf his crew were killed.
.'to be very advantage-tifs to flit- go\ve einent. BY|i i messlige, convention, andl document,;) wer~e ,ead.j p. .t>p riplPipt C Tlhe Baracoota then took possession of herj, and carried
.j t~leTreaty Mith Sliain, lllese .ililli V.rte !eed to the. o tte in Paris, o s l ley visit Fayette, sfays |r to cied '
'i'lat he) berefrrel totheGormitce il her to the Cape. Between 300 and 400 slaves were
~. t rieap winhediaen(ly in n o ill aAre i ,na Fo-r- r eoi4,11 relations, to n rbe threo d Should dae draw a conclusion trom vwhat I n ewfound on board the prize.
Sr Intieet oI 1 cet. e \ilh be printed inder an injunction of secrecy.4 heard hlim say, I would unhesitatingly decla it is said the government of Bombay has been offered to
a w of ruli b t ltl res r< d r ofi RA r, MAY 8,1824; (that we should see himi among us before fall, or Sir James Mackintosh, but that he declined the offer,
M,~~~~~~hc waspr stibequntg byd like preen accepted rate All. R-tAAMy 84
e. a o rrl u lepuei 1m \ r BARI OUc from tile Committee on Foreign RtO--1 perhaps in a very short litle The sooner the which was subsequently made to, and accepted by, Mr.
ete tions, to whom ws referred, o the 30th hApril the betth for, without doubt, as I have often men-
i -and by the creaitonll.1fa t- L :it .k lo rale message o the President of the United States of that tioned, le is the best person I ever cae across ,Lor Norblury, After a long and sevetre fit of illness,
o' u'terest, pr oviJ cI he i eneailol p.ay iill tlhe laim- date, toge iher witl tliIe Conventioni with Great Britain, oliahas sent in his resignation as Chief Justice of the Com-
In money, irns.td if ia > per\ cent. st..cK, reported the same without amendment. ,in my life, and one of the most modest and dis- wne o Pleas.
S A'vfl- course the dil> 'rence Ad inlievet, T.I,- The said Convention was read the second.time. tinguished men i( the world. He is absolutely A portion of the capital appropriated by the Bank of
'ord Amerc isl hee sdbncil it~is saidan to di'een mrt
1 'f Ointr-st fixed i e iii l (.leict. 5. t WEDNESDAY, MAT 12; 1.24. too good fur Europe, America is the soil alone England to lending on mortoo es, is at length about to
r >n.ea h IM rte t u n !The Senate proceeded to consider, asin commiti~of congenial toi.and may oe soon be there to ,i t circulation. W"hs ail, wee from the
i tice a-oin at ,.he rate 11t thei i )_ _' M Al. n) ayo h e s bes difl t
kei Lodo th ak fleUntdSiewIde c30th jonl:r 184 <0Biandb ko ndseo uh eceihan oehm gagers, about 400,000 pounds. -1 is nearly 12 mo'sh .
.hoeve, 0 Ib 10 ne ofthenomna Orere. Tat t le o th tale .and prove that Republic~s are not, as was3 formerly slice -h 'adoption of the measure, buit the various difH,.
n le I. sd always utngratefulR clties started, 'of a etal' and general'natur have so
e<.f mterele cllt..i olt ,,k will ralAr, MA 13, 1824. ong retarded the payment of the money.
the 'Gioverninent renders it still minoi beneficial I The Senate resumed, as in committee of the whole S e Trade.-ITlhe royal assent was given, The accounts from Algiersgre to March*30, at which
t ~~~~~~~~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ h atoets later The Atgiervi~ tot-i Machs0 ;I PLvre n h osdeaiho teCldnt ewenteUie
6 le.ler. The C;,,v-rnitl is p~tne in *theconsideration;,f theAConvention betee Un March 3t, to the act *of the British parliament, time two friigates were cruising bef ore that port artf-, two
the Bank, to the amount vL .1 1.11 ge proportion o11 Mr B:ARBOUR ps edam thei following amendment for punishing the slave trade as piracy. It wa others before Bona.1 No)ccommod a os h bn
its Ail, and I receive back in dividends thereto. which was read: hurried through the Houseof Lords on i the Algeriestate- government.
proportinal sare of lite i I>.,T s rf the lan, and ART. xii. ment of Earl Bathurst, that unless news of itsAN .
jiq, tlitf te present inornclt, (he B-ink I4 the Lnited "This Coivention shall continue in force 1ntil one o passing sould reach the United States before tle Te s scarcelV a! word of news from frrance. Th e
ar is shll hve dclard it aeC nlinilber of D~eputies were engaged uponl the project forA
State-, like all oAh r noneved in,tutio,,n., and the parties shall have declared Its intention to renounce adjournment of the session of Congress, the Con- redn he intrt n e tonbt ereis
:nnyd e., b,,tlh her. ,td n Iure, finds it it; which detltation shall be made at least six months v IT th o oit o it the Neation Debt Ther st
md !-d in bot hi -l an in Euoe findiii i it beoehn. veto bewe if aill ai i f i!ii;i !
.enio btwe-Great Btritainad the United nituehi opposition to the meastire onl the part of the stock-
ifufilt to vest all Ht 11ir-d. in Ijinlr- loan-, [This amendment, as already stated, was agreed to,as States could not be carried into effect, as the holders, and the opposition members have inscribed
an can e lln s.)* wthio rf duci -t, st then modiined) ol the next day that the Treaty was ta- sanction of the Senate was necessary to it, their pnres to speak against it. t e o
."tu LtS i vhuwole interest .. illth- loan is; ,l much ken up, viz. oil the 21st May.] .- ,-'A private letter from Paris states, that, in the event ofI
.,lear onit to [he Bank and thli- G,,'ernment. .eEarlhquakoe ht.JaraCet..- A most treme-idous 'I CO"n.r.ss of the Allie. Powers, the fate of Greece will
)ra.hukwg IL At kingt' on, formia leading ,subject ofdiscussioli. it is believed that
S'e learn from a rih n hoi, very larmil""r The following are the extracts from two re- S1hock of an e the recognition of the independence of Greece willform
^.witll tle subjects. i, it the dil-ends receivable solutions of the tiouselof representative, allud-ithe l1th Apt-it, which caused great alarm amlonog the basis of this discussion, and that the only difficulty





il t hs Su ... rece '. : ivable solutions after House of Represen tatizvegoth allh udf thtiybl moeii iitr osn u-prto ftearasepi oIpteslir oy
;y.(lie Governiii-nt on .i1 Bank -h:iies, out of ie ed to in the last paragraph of tie Message of the the nhabitants, who simultaneously rushed from will be the choice of a sorveteign-the Allied Powers
5,f doll the intere- f -1 per cent. on President to the Senat f the etst Ma rs- their houses. ImmediateI after the shock had having all put forth their prentensions to this nomination.
the five 1a1llion,, Mill amount iu ,nre than fity pecti ang the Convention, which were oiniehd, in subsided, the Spanish and Pirtugueseand Engolish "PAINL.
1 (hiusand dollars a yedr, whimh %%ill reduce the our publication of the message, because we su ind German Churches were opened and imme- The AtoiTs ngm iterald ofthe 211ccr.'t., .-in an Interest-
-n te o be advanced by !he Government n l Madereid e ia- i stea of
",I k u" these five n hllcfns, to a m lile lei,; than 17r5,000 sen heretofore published. We ,now insert the" rn the o ther t "rhen t G'et'rta ftr A" Bsssls oaperke of thepIFrench, antsin the violence
"dollars, tshich will be actually .t fraction b:leow, a"shwins the viewa s of Coneress, on which the s-ch imminent danger, Several iIhouses sustain- ofthei atred, would, it appears, make common cause
5 percent. So ht in ft e loan t par from Executiveactedn n neeotiatin with the Britios ed sjutrye The earthquake was flt with d reat witi tlie ConstitusiAtionalists. forence, the monks begin to

i individuals had t-en 1oenr it a nI eino of' t m a e ,o, a ue was a second severe shock on the nioht of the eidlancholy, nmore pstiablethin the situation ofthe Kcit
,W O^4 rai lulAiuatn11 a on of e xtrattofa report of-the 9thFebruary, 1821, to ielaiouse i C s 6 4 of Spain, and of his ministry. The Spanish army, pro










6thund Pedi- thenU-t. ts 13tcp~ hn rm te o ftr 7hehrtelvso h 'te t ths an a slgi on on the'om andrh secodly 1h4enrltofiehe. ti
1 t rpent of Representativea. by the Committee to which had been 1 n and a igh one on th e morning of tM e 14ll. perly so called is but of a very few thousands.; yet even
l' If the arran,,m enrit be sati-.. cl'o ry to tlhe claim- rtj ,trJ op.emuch of thePreident's fessage as relateista t C Anin, in iie slate eech in the r es i thn ese ari described as in a ttate of starvation-recsiing
Saints, and adat eous t he Gn rnmnt. e the slave trade, ad to which iere referred the two es- o They naturally enough murmur at this, and the
;-I\< presume, that, in lhie pruent .m per.bundt rirce i-f -age softhe President,:-.v" ;ii:n;, in pursuance ofthe !of Commons of Great Britain, on the Alien BIlll, Minister of War has threatened to resign, unless some
S i | *- 'resolution of the Rouse of-Representatives, ofthe 4th of that is, a bill empowering, p Ministers to send sus- portion of the arreasbe paid to keep the soldiers' body
0 trlt mu n *h e DBt t l t becembrr, report ofthes. secretary ofState, and enclosed picious foreigners out of England by a moresum- -and soul togetshee.










' ,.1 '.-i anatilyn th;e-e accr'ttr, %% m'nt], trs do '/ut teni reolationgt& whe eaiatyon -whse 'oEltte has -eoe tnheea rstet a Memgoadsorro ihs
*whioste sagacity in tle-e *ratter4, we isay iruSt documents, relating ra Ihe neotiation for the suppression natry process than is allowed by the laws of the The late Royal LoA of Spain have awakened the
that the loin would olt hai been ldk,.l,, hud it of the slave trale. land thus plain the differ n't policyby which Spanish money operations from the lethargy that has so
i' t been for the beT-fit of th institution. I, The detestable crime of kidnapping the unoffenid- us ep ainS l ti icy y w l g pressed them down, and every, day gives then









.. 1l'n thel~ll. U nite ita es~ur, governed a Ih,)sl lifell an ad iin l -, -' c,. .. ..
every point of licw, theelore, the g atio g inhabitants ofone countrysl and chaining them to the Unitea States are .governed freshlife andadditional importanc s
l i l r slavery in another, is marked with all the atrociousness! Let us look at the two kindred British states, happi- A paper, printed both in French and Spanib is in cir-
pears.to have been judicious and satial.tori jI of piracy ; and, as such, it is stigmatized and punishable I ly Joined in amity, though divided by institutions, which culation at Madrid, containing the Treaty between
------- by ou own laws. now occupy, perhaps a greater space than any others in France and Spain. This treaty stipulates that the King
,.p, no, t le r or i \\h ,i To efface this reproachful stain firomi the chartadter the eyes of the %ea rld. Nit honorable gentleman will of France shall leave 50,0.00. troops in epain, unless he
S Promulal n fli th u's.- cannot help of civilized mankind, ould be the proudest triumph contend that, whatever may be the liberties of America, ias need of then for his own defeiceThe i of








oefcts, lre manykeind, Woul t be s tiem pora s ta ti su u d Ielta th
-again and again prote.tinb against the nriardt l .that could be achieved in the cause of humanity. Oi for which I ever honor her there is not here as substan- Spain; on his side, may send the trodp away, if e thinks
1 nroision, which i.< made by tlie ex'itin' |, fur -this subject, the United Stateshaving led the wayowle tiallibertyas exists in that country, (Hear,) and that the themi no longer necessary to maintain tranquillity. As
,, Ithe Promulgation of tIe la Mts of the United Sta'e i to themselves to give e their inttence and cordial co- ntnarchty of ongland foste-s rathers ttan oppresses its a ra yng for the intended departure of the French ar-A
th i- as n the dut ^ h pP,,rtt- t0.t ny measure that will acomplish the g great b freedom. (tHear, hear, hear.) out-is there any thing prison it is said that General Bourniont has express in-









1-, ThfPinterist of twseson a f .the Breish force in eac -omt~enh~aerae aIt aetesm feptefvrmnt:Teebe n imn 'e edt itpoe as notuehaspoW-
T he Print 01 tee ne apjer in eac nd good puiirpose; but, by this happy result, ee- more different than the policy of America from that of structions not to divide his troops It is not know why
p. r n."e--a,:. territory are, indeed, auliorized ricnce has deriidnstrated, hunriit be re..1-d) 6 5 Englaul, 'vith respect t o stranen. g tmt t>e -ffility i bof hp has made another arrangement. ,
.publish, ah t the expense o-l goernmrnt, on term-s excepta concession by the maritime power to pAC|| naturalization in the one case to the jealousyofadmission THE N1TAEtLANDS.
reis"nuc r b lower than th.oe fr common advterlis. other's ships of wart of a qualified riglht of search. It' inthe other? Tale contract between Great Britain nd A Brussels paper, of April 16, states that, by a deci-
Sment, the law of a public nure. But lre i this object was generally attained, it is confidently be- America is this, that we endeavor to retain our old sub- sion of the minister for colonial affairs, dated the 13th,
n viio or the ublicaion fw t r cal lived that the active exertions of even a few nations jects, she tries to acquire new ones: the difference lies the list of subscriptions for the Society of Commierce of
S, .pr d lo e pubao of l tar cl w od be suicient entirely to suppress the slave trade. between the policy of a new and ofan old state; and it the Netherlands is closed. The aimunt of the sums
privlae acts, and their contenti would bo lockedl !.,Extract from a report made April 12, 1822, by the Com- is.thisdiscriminating principle which is asserted by the subscribed in the space of thirty-six hours, in the cities
up from the People of the United '.tate?, but for mitteeonthe Suppression of the Slave 'rade, to who, honorable gentleman on the other side to be a flagrant named by his majesty's decree, is estimated at one h;un-
'OU gratuitous publicain; of them. 'There i had'been referred a resoluet ion of the House of epre. inconsistency, and a g.aring proof of the degeneacy of dred millions of oins. Such a result demonstrates two








1; 10 out yr d--ou milin navorns ,c a~e marertetlnms ecovn
'not, we believe, a single p.per, out of ltLh siL senta.ives, of the 13th January preceding, instructing the British nane and character." things: first, the enormous amount'of capital in that
hundrea'in the r U. Slats t mhat is thi rone y, to inqnre whether the laws cf the exited States i e a kinwidomh and, secondly, ae general confidence in this
r fthatsor o eonomy- whh, ,opde the Ie prowbitingthat trafichar been duls executed alsumn. At a Meeting of ths friends of Mr. CLAY hold great operations the editor remarks-T-his oreat mea-









keel,,, ~t tthe ge epetekoleg fise: neral poperation nettehereotafD-',e aafscedfit f nivdal n l ter ak fth ruh Tereot nqusio.ea 1d1t
l, .Ut ot watljurth runrm -n t in.. rimeinaicon 0 the general opeinapyration thereof aand if any dfctsi exist at Cincinnati, in the state of Ohio, after resolving sure in favor of maritime commerce, manufactures, and
iJs made, it is as diticult to conceive, as it ih in those lais, to sugq-est adequate remedies therefor,- adil ion otr ibute, by all honorable means within thesr a niiculture, without being subject to the control dr di-
I.sometimes to na.ke (lie discriination. \A l to whom many memorials had been referred touching The, to pm t electo Of "HT CP reaction of the government, has besin duly appreciated
illustrntion will show thle absurdity of t,, il. same subject oer offio pro iet t he o n g c to LAY by all our merchants, who see in it a centre of activity
crimination, however accurate nule. law But the conclusion to which your Committee has 'to the office of President, the Meeting came to ad source of riches.
.ro n ': o1" the Denrt ti State in I l *It arrived, after consulting all the evidence within their 'the following resolution SWEDEN
., .n pno. t. h l, reach, is, that the African slave trade now prevails to a, Whereas it is the opinion of this meeting that all the On the 1st of April, there fell so much s tow at Got-
f or the remainder ut ti inierable cist- greatextent, and that its total suppression can never be gentlemen named as candidates for the Presidency, are tenbur thAt tlhe pole drove about in sedges; at the
ence, t three or four ilalid soldieris, i a effected by the separate and disunited efforts of one or honorable and intelligent men, entitled to thle respect same tie there wa a prtty sharp frost.









moe tu ts and as -reso. 'o to whic thi re rt' 'Y eauto odvaadWlahai h ot e
-dmble act ; a law or relundi ro the more States; andas the resolution to which this report : and confidence of their country, and that to degrade and
i TreJr alt a hundreJ llt stand dollars of du-f i refers, requires the suggestion of some remedy for thle, vilify them, is discreditable to the moral sense and RmSyanr
"' ti ill intu it andt be thit reo-, s ti-i; p defects, if any exist, in the system of laws for the sup.- sound judgment of the country, and has a direct tenden-. A society, approved by the Emperor, under the title
es pai d d i r o pa nr ess pression ofw this traffic, your Committee beg leave to call cy to bring Republicanrt institutions into disrepute and of the Russian Southwet Company, has been formed
blishinle a must important principle Ii e refiler ,.the attention of the Hlouse to the report and accompdw contempt, not only among ourelves, but in other cdun- for carrying ol the navigation between the Black Sea
the case lof the duti,3,t oi nipirtations into Cas- nying documents submitted to the last Congress by the tries, thus operaingto confirm A nd strengthen the hands and the Baltic, by means of the canals, and the Dnioper
tine whilst in pa teon ion of a British force) is a Committee on the Slave Trade, and to make the same a l of despotic governments : Therefore, and Niemen, They intend to improve, as much as pos-
L priv !e act Upon a rutfligl auess, not ler-; L11-n1, part of this report. That report proposes, as a remedy "1Resolved, That we.will not indulge in the Onworthy sible, the navigation of the rivers between the two seas.









prvi t '_ .fo hve liedxisting thevis oceto of thiysetsl con lcurrencte of -syeinCuc nWsigot qae rse ohmo ht ujcb odSrntr
half a million of dollars v. ill be dr.. on from the o y t te ertinlalstf the system, the concurrence of practice of vilifying the candidates whom we do not sup- RUSSIA AND TURKEY.
aucery by t he a. lcptmeat f. Sta n.l the United States with one or all the maritie poers p or ofimpeacleing the motiv eof thoe who ediatoes su- .a .a v b terr- r ed y
Treasury by tihe pre : actsl (iie lait nt sto iso tEurope inamodified and reciprocal right ofasearch po btem : andhwe earnestly recommend Aliatin ho t iheo intess of War at St. Petersbi,;gh Da received
I* object not to them ; we rather: wish more of on the African coas, wish a view to the total stlppres- nite with us in supportofr. Clay, adopt the same re- thlani
Stem hadpased in favor of claimants, to whom sion ofthe slave trade solution, and pursue.the same polic y.", tale reportof moe actual situation n foldave And Wal-
w odobt the ones wha It is with great delicacy that the CommitteeI rowhich it Appears that the Turks, fa from
We hui e no doubt t-e moneys which they claim, .f lCemedm it esure bec-serthon of on e g hat elaking preparations fof the evacuation n of the two prin-
are in mny cases .rightfully d bu tw have r ime which they have presumedto recommend to the Every man of reflection must be convinced of cipalities, have lately increased their frcs hi them, by
no idea ul private acts appropriating public money, consideration of the House, requires the exercise of a the uimpropriety and fly of egislating at all on withdrawing to Jassay and Bucharest as rell as to the
nor of tha sort of economy which, under the idea power of another department of this government, and religious subjects. The difficulty of accommo- io Endttt1itm an a tsta th edn 't- l ef
of .In pubc money, tends to waste it, by that objections to the exercise of i,; power, In the dating human regulations to the occult and iso- bank of the Pruth 'The report question reached St.
cepieg. trom the People the knowledge ofitsex rtt pofph latedan d sacred faith ofi individuals in all their Petersburgh at the same time is despatches n eot from
penditure. We have said, we are at a loss for a Your Committee are confident, however tt these variety of opinions, renders such laws futile and Constantinople by M. Minziacky, which perfectly coin-









affirmed that theseinial i h itigo te9h
j. it --round for the discrimination.. We recollect objections apply rather to a particular propositiqn for iineffectual. While they exist, a fair investing cided with the opinion expressed by General Subamneff
hearing indeed, that one motive assigned for di- the exchange the right of search, than to that modify tion of truth i impossible. All penal statutes commanding in Bessarabia, with respect to inteton
recting this discrimibw action, was to lessen the pa- cation of it which presents itself to .your Committee. should have reference solely to the moral conduct t uei l i tms ro ne ai
...ronag. Of the Department of State, in this res- --t tlj eonnd=ema tijstosu of men-to those mutual relations which his social aporated this state of things to the emperor, sedt an ex-
pect. from the extent of which, it was supposed, bid entae o ^ by iedtiur l aun- nafoe cpnd'ition alone inspires-aind not his connection traordinary courier with fresh instructions to Minzzachiy'
llhe bberies of the nations were: in danger ** The eqnty btbyebrn co^urt, .; competent ui^s 1i with God and eternity. Let him be surrounded which arc supposed to be decisive ; and requiring the
1~ .ddkitnal pay -to- each printer pl .the, laws, tion, in teitfaned 2..^^ ,1.^ n,..- y popose flies on:.i.. .1.- vith moral restraints-appoint bounds to the pri- evacuation of Moldavia and Wallachia in the most pre
.,were all the acts to be published instead of a position of riii crpsurvd.1i.ic-.,, now authorized by vileges of the press-and regulate even the free- emtor most recent intenligence foam Constantinople is,
part of them, might be, in a Ion;- session, some law. *"and* leat o l, hi dtnio meia dom of speech; but place no arbitrary restrictions that the Porte has not yet taken any steps to put an
fifty dollars. Tlhe Member of Congress, who whil lloneM a tle anT petchs g of thuran^ upon the liberty of thinking, end the impediments which its agents daily throw in the
supported tlhe descrnmuation between public and. c'hane which, deriving its sole authoiyfi-om trea. ( Nantucket Inquirer, way of European vessels, which intend to proceed from
i-private ac is of Congres, upon .this principle~must ty, would ecude^ the pretenio, Which7 no nation, the Bos.. .,, ^"phorusto the Russian ports in the Black Sea, es-
ave Iheld ilie fraternity of editors in marvellous- however, has presumed 'to set up: that tlhis.right can PfifLADELPHIA, MiAY 28.-TIhe address yester- openly the Odsa Thcl esEend hacs paejioat'-
] I low estim:.tion. if he supposed .they could be. be derive fr".m tlhe law of nations, and, further, they day delivered by ROBERT G_ AR^EE, Esq. in tei ^^^s bt n a e ry od tcj rdand
1 bought at flity dollars a head. The idea of in- laven ri'tedi'n eh-eir onceptioitot cts apdcation, the Presbyterian Chturch in Washington Stquare. Baron tenfels. One article from Constantinople says
Gluence ex rc.dm br 3- Lcpat' t of State by fom the coast ofAik n, but to amsmall numbr t vssel the poects othe AmericanColoniza tio Sole- e ilnes int twthe1usi ae s bfe in in T ee Diva asm.

fcthe laiws~appear to u, 10 be altogether imaginary. siK,,ated.1 The vist and 'search, thus restrseted, it is be- ty> wias at once able, elegant, anid persuasive. A bles every momen,t an ee duing hehngh
We Vare sur,*e at l.In-, thu't editors, capable rf sliced, would ensure the co-operation of one great mia very numerous and higi ly intelligent auditory ^pe o b l lmoe mi n a



Anot,, soeb whleatd aies not wrthteaso ying I^Zt1 cnd gur States fro wt outrced ortf icatcuobn darngnearlyf a Dsjchn thb E thed spoket with srail verhemetce

y'src~d~ tint tlev mjv Low~hat re the lws restnted. andpegcadualondeprenibtion of schesracter, anpr ofplcsmpa-h against thadewpolhcyf of the wher teeco Poweset ou anorsViena.ed-i
W ^ ^ ^ ^^hvpae Sd e? r~uamy' hct s cmddm^"al scesfumut utmaeyreivete nte S ^ itwsirc ly nth stin fth 9l


e beproved( tat, one act is more or iess iaw am the Di-- to i Yp,
-Other" act. Tl ere are di frent- species of law n PUBLIC SALE. rative national poverty. In this result, we are ed in ringing over tie ma t t te van to Is oI-
a' e ). t s N TUESDAY 1st day of June, at 5 o'clock in the all deeply interested, without distinction of nion, Accordingly, since that time, nothing was talked
.r'we all-know. and sote -if us to our cost ; but, of 0 afternoon, on the premises, I shall sell the follow- of at Constantinople but extraordinary levies, and of
6-'the genus of aelti, or statutes, there is but 02ne inigdescribed property, belonging to the estate of THO- parties.-Frank. Gaz. the march of 100,000 men to reinforce the. army en-
pecie., the distc nation between public and AS YOUNG, deceased, viz: camped on the right bank of the Danuube
iva to I contrary" notw s di They one moiety of a Brick House on 7th Street East, SITUATION WANTED. AFFAIRS OF GREECE,
u square 880, YOUNG WOMAN wishes to obtain a situation in A letter from Zante, dated March 13, announces the
ara all equally t.he law o the land, an sou One Frame House on said square; A. a respectable family, as a Seamstress. Housekeeper, capture of the important place of Coron, the last bulwark
..receive tqual publicity. One Frame Stable on square 907; or Chambermaid. Respectable references as to charac- of the Tui-ks in the South of the Morea. Thistown was
A Crop of Clover, Wheat, and Rye, on square 1056. ter and qualifications, can be given, A line addressed carried by storm, by the Greeks, unmer the command of
Sw .r n it y r Terms made known at the time of sale. S. T. and left at tht City Post Office, will be attended an Ecclesiastic Zerbino, who took it by surprise. The
SEwa s arrived in th City yester- MOSES POOR, to. occupation of the town and castle of Arta, by Constan.-
Jv. may 31- Aucetioneer, june 1- tine Bozzarls, is also confirmed. A large ship from
fi :


ti1t lE C1 UAL.
t bushels of Hleth's best COAL. ist arrived
2.30'0 and for sale on board thIe schijoner JOHN
at Major Davidsuia's Wharf, for cash. .
THOMAS TAYLOR,
Agent for A. KAMSAY.
The above vessel will take PREIGHT, on moderate
terms, for Norbfolk and M0 1,.IA.i"J.
June 1-3t .


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NOTICE.
AN ELECTION will be held n MiONDAY, the 7tlh
day of June, inst. ait aeen's Hotel, CFapiiol lHi.t,
for the purpose of electing a person td serve as Mayon
of the City of Washington, for two years from the s&
conid Monday in June, inst., one Alderman and thred
Common Councilmen to represent the fourth Ward2
The Polls wiU. be.optn.at 10. 'clock A. H. and.close at
7 o'clock in the evening.


JAMES YOUNG,
EDMUND LAW,
J., T. FROST.


june 1--


PRINCE GEORGE LAND OOR SALE.
FOIl SALE, my Pl.antatinw in Prince George County,,
containing about, four hundred and twenty acres o!
tirst quality Land, more tlian one thfrd of which is i rev
thriM ig woods, abounding with valuable timber. This
land li(s n Collington Branch, four miles from Queeik
Anne, and wielve from the City of' Washington. 'l'hd
improvement are, an Overseer's, House, Quarters foe,
Laborers, a larg.. Corn House and Stables under their
same roof, four Tobacco Houses, three of thetm neai l.
new. Aliberal credit ill be given. The purchaseLA
may have the privilege of taking, on moderate 'terms;,
the growing crop, ind tlie stockof all kinds- For fur-
ther partiiculars apply to' me, (if by. mail postaEe paid)
residing near Rdckville, Montgomery County, M..
june 1-v3w JOtN VOTTON.


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.,... ,., 11 7, ,,J .: b t ," l ..; A N A T hanendan ct, entitled "An act toa ,mend.l Co1lilenelcin, 'cB sb c ,tor~d Mloli:dt in N ovcninlr,
S,- -- teen the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is Resolvedm t h P.,esilent of the Unie.d AN ACTtoaendan act, entitled cttme comenc sco Mondy in Nov er
t < an act lor t;e cstablisli ie no, of a T ciia-ildl Gii-Cr- in each and e" y, year, but s111ll not. con('iue
{,? .. // ..... .hereby, authorized, with the approbation of the States be t.lestd to ctau e tie ,distribuhltio ..i ,,et in Fdlorida,: for l o t., purposeQ,." o, in;er in a ,.io 'yt ye u' wu ks s ir t oe first
'.. -.. ". .--". : President of the United States, to cause to be the said go ies of the leclarationi Inde i ncted the S. un,". House of Repre- session, sh! not conek lonr in session
.. ".. .... -- issued' ani sold to the Ban k of the United States, dence to b-mad, agreeably to the (oregomg re- ,ti..of .e nied S tai's o *merica iaCon- than eiht week,.; to bi held at the seat of go-
-."" ,-" UT' IT' ....-. -?-Y or others, at a sum not less t th e al eot 's aissetb -lt, TlSaa the judicial flower of the vtrmn s t in s.aid t ritor, r at soeh other place..
u e h.U' "; : -" .... .- thereof, certificates ofstock at tle U lit ed( i Stltes, o tas Ungton- Mac 2 1 '! ofl" -,1e jest ed ihie sh l or 0es' a h,.. the pnl -..a ti ,n .m.. .n .acm e.. *
'.' g--S'o^''^ "%/.^ %] iSt]iii;).-',- -,, -- tl) anyu.nc""t not exceedhig the su.,to., .nlve^u A aC su,,,,e,,e,,tar to thec several :.cts p,.,,vk;,:! perior courts, and in suc; inferior .courts and din (o time,, t]i,',ct. ""*
., '..s of ...e *la 'i i.' "e. lions if dollars, and bearing a llt teuS O r n At or ascetni n ai stig t le tii.s and claims to st!j,'stic us of lut peace as the Leg islative Council See 6. la be it. eiter e ed, That so pLcch
.- o a*. s u' "l-d 'T .. .. -""de t exceed, in, tkour anlha onrte pal[eDer cef iutn per;l hud i n it St. p elc a ntd. acksonCourt hotse 's : it, *t of ti t ee : Ch .L.IS.a. ti ,ne tL o ,tiComen il o t e ac ic h i n
U I e e ,~h t w c a c~ret ee di agr fo u .. .. s S, iln e of N Ol' tile Ter ctnsist of .......... ........, bohl ,,s f t itact ofdhb the an a6.ndh eo, Repre-
u.e '" annum, from the periodd of tile sdlletlhereof; whichn 1)istt. m ris Vorceiv aWileclo-s i ch n ever e ...... th; ......tileea t. ofh-... K.thisis T a-anh i re ssel, osne-



the There shalnltowit: hbe.ndbaaSe.uperdieor frthcoeuretTh',te*nr itthat lndpartad dstf't o toth Re enntinhat tefiley ad a suh the tmesboforcoloridaoanypesonorperon noh
whi"c,1' Y BA 6) r,.I'I ITY. stock, so created, shall be redeevlable at the plea- g ister naiRecive,,acte<,+in oissineo re..n 4ele s the Legi, latv1e C ouncil may ,ie e cti,-e stha t o f F hi ch sll
b ll,' .. .m.ale tro" a ce wes .. le:tve th B i ofse territory ,without fi l path e i er isiol ct ofth
-" -- .sure of the United States, at any ti !le after tie sentaives o/the, UjiledS ales of d-weritu zn Con- I ,. e+
F- 1L.; tL '" ,u ,s.t first day of January, in the y ear one than t saCd Ill na si oM siuathat c ataot of landss ,wtl o o n d aoyt oi sh e P tS b y s o,.s, c,




~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ n thosan 1a b.0 Issn-rd iali..ts ofa lad with ba boln tlie to~t th.ti paof till dischag Staes th1wd enettlanAdatfo dusigthtilmeuanc ivr ocoss o n jde h hllo oiines a b lardot yte lc
W l'. "n w ., i e n a nd e ih t h u n dre d ai nd th irty two ,A"t a s h l e i tu p oin to ld h is c o u r t o n th e irst ,o n d a y S in M a y a ntd is h e re b y re pe a le dt "
*'" rAN -ACT to i lr,ru..1,: ,l ..... nationn of the Ohio and eiht hundred and tlrty-t o. An upo t hie n n ts of the lan d fs n et Oelena, a November, in each and every year, at Pensaco- t',.he w e, c Ao rc pi- ih, es uc s o
L'n n, ....i'. i:,rers. s sale of such stock, in nanner aforesaid, credit or tablohcd by the act of he twenty-fifth of Ap n l, a nd at such oth er y times and places as the ve e -: P : Ao ed ,Th hec





and diecingsh bet n -t -s ofcary ng hepr v le asoTh t~n al as s' hee he1ertillwos cL imtivedo be nIatufaen()en e artist sucoh n ilsh ll irci. vsh n andi e places ake o asppdthoeth Let-c
"y-, Be if wricth I i.t/i S .i. 'e and House of Re- i credits to the proprietor theoreof, shall thereupon o Ie tusand eolit-unedrd andt twelve, enti i ,,;,.e Coui ay direct. There shall be a AN ACT o auhie masters ofvessel in cern cas-





of the er~~~~~~~~~gineok ofth Tros -h. ~'.i evc thc teitrst eaoeada ad h lb a e h l e ev r atn sC m itloers and caimslow risdictiv Counci l wa y dir ect.a Theres shal ebl e a0 AN A T oaunt ho viz Approv e s (if vesel, 1824.'~ cts
"*r' "e)d e/'o',>t.C, 1 St1 rates of admerica in beentered and iven onthebkso thel reasu- "An act r ascertaininthe titlesand clainas to i n.....c.i -co o of the t o s to ler the ies o Hon se o
oth ah .... ., I ..... e t f t t e "fr e d ..... I e . t o ..he e a. e v sunderor con 't foi hact part of uhe terrltorv situ- es, to elvar o it either at the Custoit -lHouse or h e ,t ers-
." i cres-f, o a iiy,, /. Th.,t ,lie President of theliry, in like manners for thel present o ndc debt; 1la nds in that part of Louisiana, which lies east Of tween te A1 wiach iycola and Suwannee itrg, or t eat th'acdmo nf.
SIni h te I .,'t- b Iv, iand li,- i ereb ntseauthorized to which said credits or stock Ish al l thereafter be the river Mississippi, and island of nl ew Orleals,"'e e. bet enit e oy n he .ic sl a ll o ld s it eeiiSuled a nf the bale and houf e of Repre-
,; t nile c "t.,' r e t pal d [,,r ve: es ttev T h;t,f.. ..-. T t ," t. v g s .. writers a t n o nie se ; h o lde shis h i e by t l a te ase o f
S .'- t eau-e thloe !,j\,, .r.,w if i the nai0river to be ira- transferrable as other public stock ot t Unte wose cleits hve een presented to the ,tCio- jurt n th first Modlavs (.f April and October suticeos o u'th Copisaed States.ofhl cnu ay Con-







.w i ve :i j %.gi f er, f omthe m ut f h M ssui s w icraivcer nth a ttokt te Anaciuel metaytote evrl cs traecnesatth laewh rehs ad outiand ode a olo sto wt:a C aoro n h
,,d *r tN to f ..,, sand bars, or either of States. r issioner appointed toreceiveand examine claims y on t, er st e ,eate tb .he s at o ,e ess as semblned That any ship dn r vessel, owned
I t- "IIi h M t y a o eo" p "each and ever yyear,attheseatsofstt t s nThkea y ship tEore vess ell, "owl nem
'. at e in i-. irin, to wit : the sand bar Sec. 2. nd sbe it further enacted, I hat the and titles to lands in said distri ct, tor to he e- in se territ and at suc 1ther tes by, r confined to, any person or pess in e








b ed of soul n er: nd f .r ti s pur ose, e is u A N A C T p ovidin for gran of L nd fo the eat o p oin a Ctrin wsasidlterripetsoycpald .atofsuchr a d app al frbyth erinal ecisi n of towh cannoperesoonmorh eperteons, co me tce
hwlici crnse- ald i it r,, rin- mile a in a' quarter moneys which may be received from the issuing sister and Receiver, acting as Commnissioners, ..i s.eC s i Le,,islativ Council maiyt direct rcllection lIstrict of Richnmaond, and which shall
j bl,% h'li. I-L.m il.e s. m, ,. bar two miles above and sale of the aforesaid certificates of stock, under the provions of act of the third of thi g]t sll be a su eior cut for that coit of be a'hd, pl ac le ol ir t art, is the Disthllt o
tile- ''e e salJbe sup riorcour for thatpa O b oa e i l rin p r i ieD sr.et (i
;i Fiich Iiil.iil ; li-- ir j,,-t below Henderson; shall, and thie same are hereby, directed to be ap- March, one thousand eidht hundred and nine- th rritory situated to the cast and south of the Petersbur,, by such owner or owners, consio-nee
re wi li- ba hr., S.ri.l.rht Ill.nd ; ille ( bar below plied to the payment and discharge of the awards teen, entitled An act. for adjusting bye claims a .e e rietr, t cnsit o one fde. h .ial or consignees,may be cleared out by the Collec-
Wt, rc \ ,illk t I ,la i,, M,.-.,sippi bender ; arnd the of the Commissioners under the Treaty with to lands and establishing land offices in the ais- anid his court on the first Mondlay in May and ttriof the District of Richmond, on application of
br op,,-i' to l..r Slinhl.d, below Cumber- Spain, of the twenty-second dally of February, in tricts east of the island of Nev Orleans, and N .ov r. in each. and every year, at Sti. Au u- the owner, eonsignee, Mr ctplain, of such ship ori
Island dand ; and, r ilie .-pose of ascertaining the year eighteen hundred and nineteen. Pro- which have not been reported to Congress, or a ouch other times and sac a' th sse: odd hat the entire cargo shal









f ecedn i untt oequrersco,`o he2o tine, and atsuchothr ctumes hadplabes ae *-tilte vfesstel :passidcgo Thisact the etires crof slidm
ant ,lirectin ih. b,.-. t n,.ilr;' d carrying s(he pro- o le.f led also, That, in all cases'ir, here tle personor whose claims have t hereofoe p snd t cout l ir ith is i be bona fide taken or sheheUiipped from .iae DistrictL
n eLegislative Council shall direct. Wt"ithin its and re Cona hoe t orth Cerol she soral-
l' i,.lo uf ti it, i.l r, ie nay emloy any persons, iu whose name, or for whose benefit and to the said Commissioner; or to the Register and nIt,een described, each court stall have i-
(, ol" t .e envr, in i -I .-lim [,'. service which le interest, the atforesaid u'ards shall be made, small Receiver acting y as C nnol misioners, be allowed rsd-ottomit m atl incon : Approved ftUtat" 26, 1824."
I ... .-'. <'. "' in"a" l crimninal cases, and exclusv juah-go -A prvdM w 6 8











se payth of I d tre -A, w icvrh aelfseedin ovroranTegsatveCunioiteTfira te stam ayof rna ry nextchos-pera u s eo mntyalcssaiigudrtelw n osttto ahntn prvd a 8
^, eahi, i.:ruierl : Fn ..i :.l, evertaeles. That be in debt and in arrears to the, United States, until t first day of Janurm next, to present risofictiod it all capital offincces, and original u- '--
liu e3 r merti .11 h 'll ho be made upon two of'e theScretary of te Treasury sha retain the heir titles and claims, and the evidence in sup- n.... .. ot 't b hltr the P IAnes orlilai.n the circuit amd ...
il. -, si-,! ba ., inrd io i nI -f ie they shall same out t ofl amount oft theaforesaid awards,' port o the same, to the Register and Receiver of rise dct on h in allre cvl, casys of ti e alu o f A ea nAt ot the ,re d Slt s Sfor the H Ditrsi."ct
hundred dollars, aribonc under tile laws of the SouilhoCArolna. ".
S be utentcI, thl,:n, .,.1 it.,t heriwise, e is here- in thefirst instance, and a warrantor certicate, te said district, whose powers and duties in re- territory now in fotce, Ut which may, at any time Be it enacted by the Senate and -House or Re-











ri-. territory noo tme onth TeasrynSe. .redret frrerewate, Tatthee, tatl b thnycrtaunoeth Teeury ut ledtesecnedf aoh oe hosn.e ISenate fre danodJneHoxuuoneh baane de e-o
by ,ahi. t,,C., ir,,nvements to be made as the case may be, shall only issue for the nation to the same, shall, in all respects, be go- the Legislative Council, present of/he U e Sates of .mcrca.in
uon tie reia. n.. ne, eel verned by teirovisions of, te a before oect- and shall have td exercise. appetite jurisdiction Co Wla w s dceat isoldfthe st











a" icm as u e '. service reurs t.... .. ure etin flns fteUi- rac fth evcsfo hc h sa............. iaKnt hl a veky ditc. Thefrst si ay ofe eaehu stern theonit'r tae~s ass nld purcatnsted by the stinMry s
,"" ,..c. .m tda ,t d .'ee'r enacted, nhat, for ec S. g euou n ajoi tl And be it further enacted, T t a sum, ed. antii of the act oaecusf the eighth o May one m tereiof" as mow eabsh b lat w -, r-,1 .
mIIil pupn -1 na"" .+ *',' 'J' '. over the inferior Courts of[ said territo ry. E. ac fl ow established by law\' the Circuit C~ourt fce tne
S" tile up. be ,i flu.rli.eI- enaeviation at the eqtol to I oWhat will be nccesary tlo pay the inter thousand eight Ibudredrand twenty-two, entitled ,, p ,t ,,o ,. o C fo ,. sha, o, e
S. '* mit,,spplpIi ,r ft 1he i, )m.cmth ottheofa est Mven Iwhcch may accrue oi the said Stock, to ithe "Aei act supplementary o the several acts for. ..tie he ,c f his ac t pie s ,o to w i-eseitl or o evc













sion, suitewret o the poceedigs uner tlu the tird ofMarchone thusandeight undredgisterand Reeiver faPubtceMoplaceduwherth hise sathe pourtte cotoor hodltenitas fonldows, tholawitar: afhi ChsrleesoonaloasThome
'- to New Of.leaong tls v,, 1h Ohe o river trom Pitts- nc d of thle present vcear, be, An athe same is here- adjusting the claims to land, and establishinn r a uer to be eldat ad th ,,cec o o f e il nd at Columbas o
...o ... I.. a by law, bDe directed tolue field, altdtuey second T1uesday of -April, antd at Columbia o n.
th blr tu it rneurin mi,,,n thMe Mississippi, the by, appropriated tor that purpose, to be paid out ,land offices i the districts east cato the island ot f ,,'is .... s re .. Y Apr d
,--. '., .i :)shall keep the recorids thler'e. Each1 clerk shall the third Tuesday of N ovember.
c.e i resident of l 1 ,11 4 mt aoefs is hereby authori of any tmoneys in the Treasury, not otherwise ap- Ni ew Orleans."e shall keep he records, the cek Al the l i eo. S r m .
", : ,..lt. t..l.,e ipr,,m|l, ,et n.lUaal measures forte sropated. Sec. 2. dndbe itfurthr enacted, That te sad rereive fo usa serces, in all cases crsu r Se. 2- dnd be it .further enacted, That all suits,
c. -" r 11e e1, te p -, l h ae, d ec e a,, p rte- o, the. "--t R e .e n i 1 th e law s of th e territory such fees as sh al be evs- ac tons, w rits, proc e sses, a nd other p roceed wings,
rnJmolOl of all tiee l, nhl- tmay be fixed i, Uw the m basington: pApprovedstay 2.1, 1324. Register and Receiver slall have power to ap- th ied the ,sa me f ,s which toe .r en i si o ,. r. .
N' ,CT t" ene "h deto od t. e tl>distcts iaid tetoy shlbeve d -.-d s -- ., o the thict legislative Council. A nd writs whicni ow are pendting in said Cinrctuit Cou2rt., or
bed o i rer, a ,r ths purpose,, ne is au- poit a poeik, wno slill oe a person capa ofe e appeal fro te final decision of til which now are, or may "ereaft-r be, commenced
[rr Z+'i )I I' ,"P ar r or tiein tnag ay Gavehe .eat..of' translating tihe Frlenlch awl { Spanisht lanou',a es, +-'--
Sth,. ". "" .. e and provide in that way Gove- nntent in thee lentitory of Frorida [Florida,] and -'< said s uperisr courts, authorized by this section of for, or returnable to the said Circulit Court, at tle
i." "clnh.i h ci i ,n n. y be most eligible, tie or pother purposes. anbd who shall perform the duty of translator, and ,te amn + t l r t p r ,, ,,al b
.. % + "t +" "I n this act', shall be ni.ad.e to tihe appellate court of times arnd places' heretofore established,. shall be
S requ iit e aur ci.r t, t, ,lnidery, implements, Be it en ited bo v the .Senate and .othe .r-t.ofRepre- such ther.duty as uha e erey Ta e required by said Rte- hrter .. ce ", r ,h ret -ab ,ea ,i -n -ee, -
,til irce, to r_ all,1 ich trees on| Ae c n i ashaod Weste Fl- ;raaivesd the said Register and 5ocUaates ofu Sneriea in Con- ,or of me an undeterr sch of .gulathons, as the Le- tle said Circuit Curt, at te ti-.es and places i
Cae .dl. s, "I -. of te h rs y gress assembled, of That there shall be, and Ideeb R ever shall each D abe allowed, as ac pena gslative Council may direct; and, until the Le- hereby repectively established for the holding
: be l-,und in blle o: u i ornt ,I pohe said rivers at rthe lat t".to. the rover1y of 182 ..tr. ld .." f.(.".gieor thelr services, In reliaton "to the Ut sald lt ,o-ci s wll a de s tc ua n ...ea. ,
pisted, t. ,. the pen. s og ". .ra to ete teANAtuTy of Flid Pea, on tire snArov 26th8lSlahttvo cnonc shall S heve the saue such rebhula- thereoi.
lolvle.t sla'$t(f % -.i ViiL'.i1|111 ;0 Saw o u t them n .- CJlaims, and f or tne services t)obe performed(Iun- "'. .,
.. n" -r .. o quarter sectiou of land, or fractlonal section, not ,' .. .a pa c t.-ions, writs o' error and appeal from 'the decision Sec. 3. ,d be itfurther enacted, Thatfrom andt
*.*bon, as near asprat,:i(let.nepovi t hioe D ou tn e e nacted by-the Sen-te .. 'u e o e e- Tnexplr nst of tie ntsevedral acts to which sc .o U,".ed .. ". d. ..... C is n.., t,
: l b. ..." ... I ...... o, -. the t'aurr h exeen "t in qof antity one quarter section, for the fe r the P'x:inus t, of the eb de c ts th e .at a ji stteor courts shall be a uade to the after the passing of tills act, the tines of e -yidin
















St.e. in;a:d vbe tur ti rc;act-,, C Thatufon theand hthiseb re ois amg supplemtentndtfMa atethusndfo alexrtsevees rnate of smesaar ootnes thoousandocte, ti,
pe '-*' n ,,^; '"tl i in l sor 'l kseat of government in that territory, to be located 'oa ,pellte crt ,f the territory pll, in the same man- the District Courts of the United States at Lau-
*, of th l Ui' te Poitso fP r nentshalband eviously to the sale of the adj acent lands, un- dollars a yB e i; antd the S Clerk at the rate of net-r t thdi ts of error and aptopals, are taken and rens Court House, South Carolina, shall be so al-
h., of tle hri'er wh'rich ll t, arathe lownest stage af le r,- + l e' "wel --- o th e sennat veohednitydollarso yericain o tle eTh.... -- .
'_., -. .om .. nr ,n1... f.,ile authority of uer Go vernor thereof, at the aat emle led,,h .. en, and f al obe lip nexte a adjoifhin, state. ter ed that the said Court shall hereafter convene
'hwe aler U, hor e fle-are of AnavigatingSa ew il .ar t h o eh derKvd fontheo e v tiste same eeisten and p-.alt.es' V n, d- ., ,.

















Ser.3. i-J e i putur nactd, ha hepointh tseccted c f or the praethr seat of gov ntdeaerbnteuc-esfubiinsLh nite otesm ee. owihmrhas adwssl, oehrwt h epne n hre
.ha. ll. b,, .b i ator to c be t loe tiouan erm at seat aod govern- troe aid R ,gse a a ,. Sec drnt e its a rather enacted, f Trhat each of on the Tuesday next ensuing, ateut adte jorn-


















0 1p t tc t n e u s sie e m n o t m s W l o a h at f f u o l r er i vera t ibst ye ar, shllr eb e a loe d f rt h ese re v1i- ~aa h i > b in w I. e n : x ea s v
sou"ri.-, the ahnll i ,n h u like manerre mobrinth; 1 to orc e s sa.id terriu tory t e er s w a s;iid sr perrior courts Siall, moreover, have and meant of the Circuit Court of the United r Sstar a-t
o' ur sawe .. ; d b all ruots -r limbs belonging; o to hSec /and be it fur,,rnctw, ent the ces then r-uendered- .by him, inie ieno "is' sal ary, c exorcie-theLnuislitieCoun ith i ,i sn i l l o lu -
.... ;" "o ."1 j ,"1 ,1 Pke R and .T homa'" thre e Sea tie na- ec, o vi f exercsQ ting. sam n in]vrsuctuofn wlthen teritSol on eeOltielnll)la. a "
.. 1 l se .pd"i T htt'aldetre% :,.ich are lasene n n an, d Legislat ive Council of thetTerri t ye satne rae ; wsIC oeve'ali fums f 5hone"y e a Cor ron A ed Ma 25 1824.
be, -e i. at ..- s., t. ;-a o"e s ev te ratee o oun of ethe e l .. "d e t ,Y all cases arinlgs under the laws and Const tution WaignAp ,i
.. n earth..sall( t).'C altO' teila cut away. story aforesaid, or a ndaoritthereo and tbeat dthey shal en d ai out it fanymoneys in the Treasury, S. 4lU. nid St. e s, uwheb .....enactdo, e stat te. c t
S do.tec. 3 .-Ind brr,," tirider teitd,T hhat, for the rarherehn 1,,hy,- + ......... "niot otherwise anppropriated : Pr'ovid ed,1That'not i b... id co..... o w "
pl"', .. ,,... b.-nt, a'd no' o...... lcor ES OL a re hereby, authorized to adopt such measures ,", tile ]tise aproi ted cal court,, o tne Un ted States, approved [P IV ATE AC.0S. ,
p', ai. .P- po i. .t..lct the provisions of as to them may seem expedient for tle sale of e, than two years' compensation be t u.,s al- .re twenty-fuurlh ay oSeltemaern on thousanl a




















lh, ct ., the (su-itofurtler enat%-iedTa h fcrancpe ftheouesantionootdeplde wead towenty for, rudtheltgt rovnd Rcenverof-their aqouadsalhlanala h ete ihnsc os a semndyterpr fsi
u nt f a in" n A satS t. L said tract o f land or any part thereor' for the Pu"o ll- e t elLtsllerle 'wt'sth Re e fveroh tLn evern hMndred and eighty-nine, and" An actin AN ACT frthe reliefrof Mary H. Hawki ns..




















,n u sucsosi alicshl posesal the o"ole byteSnt adHueollersn fe Kt walc tle pa nden was tuchaled, any tha nnigo h irtMna nJnayn each Beret. fr the 14 tth o oemeber allot3e utio Mai
"' s be, and i l.jcb, appropriated. And th.e pose of raising at. fund for the erection of public Clerk ;adt p a ymtofe nt rf tee whole, or any addition to the act enititled An act to establish Beit caacted, c. That there b allowed to Mary R.
Prudent .t tie l i. ...neh bhintesis thereby autho- bildin, Tat said s tat of government. p pr ton, of the read compensation, may be w t eidicia cour, of taidcUrtedStates ," Hawkins a credit, witlhoutt rest, for five years*s tio1
S' "' rifornpo,,rian Afaiersa she ollex senee t o d bhent ,o b s.l enacte, Tatn ther ee t- te second of March, one thousand seveeto hun- her, on account o the purchase money of tie real es-
"for suth partl,., -,' at any. ne time for the whole, of shall i, a d hereby are, reserved from sale, L report shall have been made to him, of t heer- dred and ninety-threewas vestUd in, te courtofthe taten& W hr. au at"wkhs, deceased, sold at the suit of
said ,,ti,,,,,,salie ,,haul,, lma ,f the,,services ,otlwreeentiresumr Kurtntkyde Ot Uce setelfirstO[iwndensrue sa lterm
''. ., : ..ls pJ fg the ic i t entire quarter sections of lands of the Unit- K tck istrit Te firs six days ofeach term the i- t United States, and purchased by the said Mary.
whc l'nllsadlt sumI sha e dl n~ll mbeei1 p.2 allowed.




















duct and account of india Aets, anytmone hin- ry ofas Congresconhtiguousrvd, toh 18anaeofde am atacodigtothi rsecaedjoioning, the reiusyaderiedte ie n
!he. ri-en. .y. Roesold, ohatigeuo two, and aoiesinof the a .. .. c, T.. of the said courts, or so much thereof as may be Washington: Approved, AMay 19, 1824.
tea e quarter sectonegrante bythe first section of l tons Se y 3 ake)r necessary, shall be appropriated to the trial of h Cy of a ee
,..en 4 nd do as e "n the e d, her act, tobe locatte ie toer oanerri f- t qlerk employed by the' Register andoReceiver of"aus esar ,und ,e r" ,i C n .,tione ofA N A thCTefr wereliefof" Joseph Sith, of Alexandria.
riedo be paout of any money lowig: tto cie to ea'h of he s iv eteac- b t -, causes acstnt] &. eTa the Seretary ootfn th Navb
Preihdet be, and hIe i. t hereby, requested to cause s o e Wlt of ry.dp P" Public Moneys at St. Helena Court House be al. Co- he -n t ed "cnve's..Andw ite onstritn ot .e it. enacted c. That the Secretary of the N ad be,
-,. tLe laid bef.r,, -ni' ,,n i s..a_ oonasconvenlence S c4 Jn b ift ... y.+. lowed tile sum of one thousand dollarstfor the mer "p an--h, i-- --, .. "nd dire"ted to, pay to..o.
Sec r 4 .dnd be i rther enacted, That so "muchl n eal rea necislons iltiesaidsuperiorcourts, sepn ^r1,1,11,...1-lexandria, tme wages anddividendofo
b l Prllh nt oifite ,lit -II tniieiicement of each ses- of th e seventh section of the act of Conaess of vies lsperloed by him, as Clerk to the osaid Re-
tati...y a c .fifhethepe.-or,. co....d "tofstheauthoCrized byynthistsection nf t;i ",,shall h, prize money to which he is entitled, for the services,
Moia ttwlt l, iteums nelInsister an -ee~e of Publi Moneys, durn, the indu la Toa
on, .. +n, l t g thes the third of March, one thousand eight huded --and Receive" of c M y, du rad t the ap et- l late court of e rritor y, rind the late war, of hfs s ave Tow, alias Thomas'
_*-. act, -at itfgtes 11t. i e enabled to adopt such eaa t..^tv-t... .tl art ,. vear one thousand eight hundred and twenty- , or a Mitciell, on board the United States' ship Wasp.
i ~ ~ iha I'.,I.. ... .... 2_ -f :- .. ,;s and twet i y -t hrt.- Lee, entilued An act amnendilng .1. such manner, an(I under such regul1ations, as the ah ,to stl 18 t- ,.,;,.
",t and omye ar he act entitled A ne thousand n ht hundred and twenty- Wi ,r' +"e"-ashington, av 19, 184: Appr.ved..
fc.r.t. ni.i ,111 fo tmee n splim nir tte c, e tile 1'nact to ,Laeg.islative CounncilS lall {Ln'ect. IThe cler"ksre- --
'.recessair). mh er eslk.tdil crc( umstances. three.
,t -~ce~i^.uiniti ^ii~n -numsan-, provide for the survey and disposal of the public sp,, snectively, shall keep the records at the places AN ACT for the relief of Robert S. Foreman.
S .' Rpese.tats, lands in Florida," as prevents the appointment Sec. 4... dbe further enacted, hat all di. heree tie courts are held, and no one Clerk shall, e eiteacted, &c. That the Secretary of War cause to
*. ,. .......r ofa surveor for Florida, until the-commissio nation clairns which may be presented to the said b ,ep, o at o be issued to Robert S. Foreman, late a private of the
+ .: P,'t.,deot .fi in, Sena.e, pro tempore. shall have decided and reported on the private ^ e 'ster and Reo-ver, unuer tnls act, and al pfac. for holding. said courts they shall receive, 'or oe ,e d ad i acrs ola,,, whic ,',,
*" t n- i ,u \i 4ti ii(- A rove'd l S e* O i -*" .10[ii i n inlp on l p ilete OI lncon n lete titles, "c o o ii,&~uc u b ue n i eev ,(roehnrdan ii ce tln ;w ih m yb
g.. _. -- ,1-S2. 1 : App rove ..... .a im misaid territory, be, and the sme ls here- cr. ,: o p .. .. incomplete titles, in all cases under the laws and Constitution of located as other warrants are, which have been issued in
r, JAIHE, ,IONROE. by, repealed ;adte atr adWser adwhilch may be so presented, not neretofore Sul,
.. : y, repealed ; and the Eastern and Western land ..... .... P"setd ot "eh- te Uited States, the same fees which the clerks favor of soldiers of the late war. 19,
..' AN'--Cr t enabl.- tc P,-i.ito hold treaties with districts in said territory shall bedivided and se-c veaimas.nat de surveyec at tlue expense of tlhe .. ., adjoining state Wasington Approved May 1824 "
.l rb ,d other trpurses; parated by the Suwaney river, and not by the receive for sluilar services
Cel~~ollHid.! od i.r~olierpuroses Se 5 nd be it fiether enacede, That thereivfosmlasric.
.':.:. Be i emi,.ed by tH.e Seint 'and House of Re- ancient line o division between the provi o .. Sec 3. SAnd be it further enacted, That there M1arshal's Sale of Valuable Land.
S' pr atir f t,. /',t States oe Florerica a. ad .^'est Florida, as prescribed by the prln.ipa, Deputy Surveyor of the Unite Sates, shall be appointed, fiol each of the said courts, a VirGIVA.-At a Supe.;ior (Court of Chancery, held in. .
S'., .,,-. '. t C "l i h.at t. sum of ten thou- I eighth section of the act aforesaid. ,,, et.s nelealsfrlct snai reln at sun p e o-,, learned in the law, to act as attorneys of' + "ao On the 8th December, 1818 between Wi
"'.-bi.,r ....ea 9..17, W s apo- : Wash"ngto-: Approved Mayin the said district, as shallIbe designated by the tl, n 't, ates, aswellasr, -.Y h,.meGleman, Ivlo Morris, ad ,v ahe ohjonsion,
-saii "'dl'l''- be-, a-dthe iet 4..1824. President of tihe Unitedi States. ,"t tt tr ,.rY liatiitln's, 4nd ttlon ,orqat,, ,( as ,Buffington
I II 11 p eachlof wloi Ishlll receivethe same fees, both in
% ',,, :"lri.ted, t.1 dfr. y th-e exp en;? I:f mnaKing trea- AC ...... I nsWashington: Approved, May 26th,1824. w s e ", Edward M'Car \, and others, Defendants.
&-: ,M 1,e+ ul tr.ie and lrtndsh hi heIndan tribes A, ...... ... Pensions. ciVil and criminal cases, as are reeed by the A Nltfurther appears to the satisfaction of the Courl,
,:"-.. b-'bin, td e Mi~i ,;p nd tli:t thesaid sum ^e enacmaoyllw onate ari House of Repre- AN th.t et-,anator of said sut :nite A .......... district attorneys of the United States, of the A that the defendant Edward M.-Carty is entitled to
sentanv~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~A AC oflntoyo all actte enlates An actze to poro-ra ooe ft~ rctn ssndb ~d
S"", *fhll b,." paid ,,ut of ..any inohi'y in the Treasury, senat 's e Ute States of eica Con- fo the xiinuishment of the debt due to the next adjnin state, r s ar services ; and composed of two fractions assigned by sil.
not. ot ,c .Ise ',],p.|.ro>.,.-A. gres assembled, lhat the Secretary of War be, United States by the purchasers of tie public lands, shall, moreover, receive, as a full compensation commissioners one of the original patentees. he Court
R-. ec. -. .1,d 1,1f s salary naceThat, for the and le is hereby, dected to place the following approved oi, the eighteenth day ofTMay, one thousand loth tnreor adjudge, torvr, anddsi tce that tle pos.
m / *prpne f ,.,.li.l,, ,.d reaie, o te named persons on th pension li~st ofinlvalid pen- eigh hundred aiA tkrlt-v-folur sesi it of sas los provide 5, comose fof tlwe fractiict beonyo, ^>ot
;."'.'pUl'pnie of u-,[~t'al d. r1 reaties, on tile hart F.... ... ... as ls provided, by law, for tht- district attorney of, rendered to the said Edward M'Carty; that the fee stil-
,," *' ." n"e Ut,'d "ales, le P-ident sall be.anda soners, ofte United States, who shall be entit- Be it enacted by the Sene ate and House of Repre- the district of Kentucky, to be paid, quarterly, by pie interest be vested in him, and that lie be quieted in
'" h, heteb" i al,,,riz.d t,, -ppont uitable per-.led to, and receive, 'pensions according to the senatives of the Umtea Stale of/lmerieain Con- the treasury of the Unhed States ee shall, tile p,'"-ston thereoe And it further appaterin t,,
*. suns l..or con. .n and t, fix their com pen- rates, and commencing at the times, hereinafter gress assembled, That the benefits and privileges also, be appointed, for each of the said courts, a 'ward..,le t"t, f'o tlie rce eme l thed by sadEd-
M... ton, s-, a, rot it r d %hathasbeen hereto- mentioned, that is to say: of the act of Congi ess entitled An act to Pro- marshal, who shall perform tie same duties, be a a e ls the ae
,"', '. fre alluhwed f,r I,kt -e,'ei Andrew Gorril, at tile rate of eight dollars per videfor the extinguishmenton the debt due to the subject to the same regulations and penalties, and of rginia b ayingt,' direct taxesfor which thesaid
,+ **"* Se. '3. .*// l, "'; fl'i.-, en.c.ed. hat the ,,month ; to commence on the third day of De- United States, by the purchasersol public lands," ,be. entitled to the same fees,. to which .i arshals, land was sold, together with tile ex-ees and charges
..'" Pre.Sde. 3. -.all nd li y enacted, authorited to cember, one thousand eight hundred and twenty- approved ou tile eighteenth day of May, one thou- in othert dsricts, are ,nti for ...... sevicetstaching to said sale, mounting to $207 03, at tile rate
t,.- n t-i t o tob-ieriet,sbe e is.ojed among the t o,., other ,. n g. u an. w andshall,iuadditri O ,bel aid the s imioftwo l hundred .. ... .. tw o '... ^ ^ *^^ .
*-'.,' :* ..a tr b, .. T h. '7 ..U e. ^ i, U p pr . J a es n ~so n a t t he rate o t tou r d o lla rs per tuls act is ex plia n at ory be ex te n ded to t h ose pe r- .i .. ... ... an u all as a c o p ns o fr e x r s r i. t4",e l 45^t .. ., Ko 0 36... .2 8.25a,?556 5
"." snuri, \lh,,,e annual salary s1h.a/be eight hundred mon h : to ,eom.mence tne first day of Ja~nuary, sons wno nave obtauneI certlficates,,t further, c,.e- i ces;audshall,also,besubjectt~suchregulationsand itd~ow5n y t!L s-.d eonmissi~ners, intlferlpot^frT
;'"- .....r ~,- t : be p :i .,t ot ...... :one in th usant," eZn nundred and twenty-three, di, otr any ualr-quarter section) nr fo r ay v rac- pnamlties as tlhe Legislative, Couni i mpose,; said. the owners --a d to the United States the art 'uat
."": Tr'a-ur, n,'ta nohe'ruwie apnne ,riated ,twllam P'arKer, Rock, and Thomas, three Se- tonal section of lead, unde the p.rovisiotn, o)f; while aeting, under, and in virt,,en o,the <,e,..toial o|'tltedirect tsx due t'hereon. It therefore appears to
.;,. ." ,'p. 4" ^..,i bf i:,1 i.nt/,., ',,,t,'f That it shall 'neca IdUa~ns, residing at ~uffalo, in the state of any of the several laws t'or tlhe relief ,,f putchas-1 l.wsq Each judge' shull receive ai saliryoffifreepn shlhe C, ur'td herea"nb-'""''^tl~ h adEwr 'a
iy .: beL t e"" nut's ', llqn "'\ aet : to; fesSga^, f rom N'ewv YorK,. at the ra'tcof foulr do01ar .Per u>""th, ers of' public lands, refere to inl the said act, of: h'und red dollars pe num, to be ai,^^^^ qure ly, ehnurse thae money tiros een'ai .d. n considh eratio
P tme t,, tlime. ctain con\,.nient and suitable pla- .,ch ,o ."" h .. .a ot Feuay, wbdysisepaatiy the treasuryy of tlhe United States. t hereof the" Gout doth furher adjdgorder ad
ce, for ea "vii n, ,n t d l it.l' lhe differentt Indian one thousand eig ut niundrea and twenty ..tarec. Sec. 2+. h l be iU further enacted, 1That all re- Sec. 4. dlnd b~e it fiu their" enacted, "That' there decree, tlhat the owners of all the lot's Iyi,,R- within .-aid
.? ti ^ a d o r qi ea. .ru .r t i .e a th e u ^ '" gton" lutn M a ,1824- A* Apprve linq uishin ents of laud w hich~shall be ex ecuted shall be organ ized in said territory a court of ap- i it ra t hea, sptrte d bfyV rsaid c eptmis i o owners, of it i the
+:'';5-:"- _pces'place. tu dein_ led .. and at no other. place-0r RESOLUTIONSptrtofolmu, prodiand,' ietiPlace of'-dposi~egtle sruofor .the eet +lay^ S nf18 tay huad egi ude or cort .omosa d teliofy n two jugef whoe shal ,prt, at hema 0" woeei^s: r vey areinhtd--
Nc.e ,]d be tt ]t'thrli'r enacted, That the of certain copies of tlhe Declaration ot"1 de eudencee and twenty to~ur, or under the provisions o~f this bfi a quorurm, and shall hohld, annuallyv, at the seat ed within snch lo.s, (as ascertained bv the report of said
,.- Superirtinltlent '(,f Indi ,r Atffairs' at St. Louis, now tlhe Department of state. act., shall be filed with the Register.nf the Land of government o~f said territory, one session, corn- commissioners) with interest thereon at the rate of six !
and lusi su,-:cesst .rs i, ,ffic_, lihall possess all the Resle by th eaean o s f 7ereent- Office at which the hund was purchased, any thing, mencing on the first M onday in Jcinuary, in each per cent. from the 14th of November, 1au3, unti! paid, -
po\ers, and be siitl -ct t,, all the duties of Go- tie of fh nt t leso merica in Conszress in the said act of the eigihteenth of M ay, one and every year. The senior "ud"'e shall be the on orbefor*e the first day of ul~l, 1819; and inl def::ult.
:* vernois ,,fre, r..o|,ieswhen .xrcisingthe office of a' bd "ha th Potri ofCl us, pre- thousand eight hund,-ed and twenty-folur, of which preiding judge, of said court, and thie other judges .L^
B. S uperi,,ten dlents of Indian A ffairs, and shall ex- sented ^ to the nation by G. G B arrell, U nited .l ^ x l n t r ,t h o t a y n t ih t n l al h v p e e e c c o d n o t e '. ercise a general supervision of the official con-. States' Consul at Malaga, be placed in the Libra- ,ng- their commissions, or, where their commissions to pay tle amount due, with the interest thereof] aud the
** duct and ace|,unts Of Indian Agents, within his rY ot Cnrs. Washington : Approved, May 26tb, 1834. are of the same late, accordin,,'to their respective costs of sale, (having previously advertised the time and
" "edecy Resolved, Thlat the two hunclred couples of the --.-,, --~ ages. '!hat the said court may, by any one of its tlhg'cer pr'intled in th ll ty <'if W aeshingtn n the Naioa >n
~~~~~~~ ~A AG chagi. the modeU ^ oha suheen the ,^' S d l"tl e^ ^ % %^public juges being present, be adojmned, flro day to ^^ o: e
',.*. of ten liho usa n< dollars be, and the sam e is. here- .e io .tte "e d "tr u e "n tl e n e fo[- day, until a quorum be convened; and, if no one o~f a deed ith special warranty to the purcha-se-r or pur- .'
:. by", a[,pr,,pn-ted, to be paid but of any money in .<" g :* ,w cP"e to "ahotes ivinlg Be it enacted b/ th Senate and H~ouse of Repe- its judges be present, by the marshal of said cnurt ctasr thra, an a h money ; rsmgtrmstid..-- .
tl e'l'reasury nt oterwise approprnated, to ena- Sgnr of "elto of Independene; sentatives o]. te United States ofSmerica i Con- until a quorum be convened; and the district at- s.ale. after d~duc'ing the costs of sale, to the said Ed. '"
. ': ble tlhe Pre-.nlent of the'United,..'tates to furnish two coe to t .e Prsd. of t ..te .tte; S'rss assembled, T-hat, whenever, inl the opinion to'nev, marshal, and clerk. |f tle suine,-;, e,,,,.+ ward ?.rGariy, and then make report to thii Gourt bow .


1.1OULLC urh ise e
a tepdledisritshrlecorcrsoftesadme two comes to the VicePresddent of th United decree-itis,however,
a competentt nlwitary escort to the Commissioners P resident of the United o the President of the United States, a departure f the mddle dsct shall be cers of th e s tt ts ree t i heer o
authorized to be appointed by this. act, if, in his States; two copies to the late President, Mr. from the ordinary mode of surveying land on any urt of appeals; and writs of error and appl moo sh ft tt rerve t the rayh herte t:
Mdson w ols oteM Us cutofapas;ade c Lrbe ere eaivfoteaamn
opinion, the same shallbe necessary. Madison ; two copies to the Marquis dek Lafay- rvel e, bayou, or water cure, would pro- from the decision of the said court shall be nade o n chars orbutions, and comprensations, fo- *
authoried to e appoi ted bythis. at, Mad son ; wo copisstoat e Marqus desfcontriebcostonsd aandgcompensationalltments as -p
Sl,.tn : .pprovead, May 25, 1824. ete ; twenty copies for the two Houses of Con- mote the public interest, he may direct the Sur. to the Supreme Court of the United States, in the provements o qua'e the several allotments, asap-
S--- gress; twelve copies for the different Deart- veyor General, in whose district such land is si- same manner, and under the same re ulations pears necessary.
AN ACT o authorize the creation of a: stock to an ments of the Government;, two copies .or teuatd, and where the change is intended to be from the circuit courts ouf the United S ates" we Acopy. Teste, WM. T. ESKRIDGE, Clk. C ^
anan,,ot ,,ot '.e,:e.l;,ie g five millions of dollars, to pro- President's House; two copies for the Supreme made, under such rules and regulations as the the amount'icontrversy, to beascertained by the obedience
v,.J~lar lh .,.r I, ,. the Commissioners under the Court Roon onecop to each of the G pr President may prescribe, to cause the lands thus the amount in controversyto be ascertained by the In obedience to the ave recited decree, I shal,
r.. Tre.,vit'i SpIa.in, ofthedtwenty-second of February, orthetates-; an one yto each banch of the ernors ituated, to be surveoath or affirmation f either party, shall exceed the bfourthlondain .TiUnly c, before the front door VC
t. ne Ot A13t, ga : thun.m d' and niete n. fot .o ny rveba"lu ak,-rw te ne thousand dollars., e n ce rh ts uh ()them tdcar~t, Ioiusevoat" szbel)ie C)Foun.otfy), loi rmgui iia,(flthat bheilnog-
e t.n .ht hundred and nineteen, ote othe States nd on e co to each of the Le- to be urveyd in tracts o two acres in one thousand dollars e Court House of Cbll County Virginia, that bin
: Be it ectl b the ate aid House of Re- gslatures ohe States; one copy to each of the wdth, fiontng on any river, bayou, lake, or water Sec. 5. Andbe it further enacted, That so much Court day, proceed to sell, for cash, so much of each lot
p ,.taii ie f : Sa of- ica Governors of the Territories of the United States, course, and running back the depth of forty acres; o the act, of which this is an amendment he dirced t be il b sulet t
-. p '.q' d a ,tq Y Ii nif .. i.. qt eqintof w h ch thiciaa ianu e t, as re- 'and satisfy tile a amount d ue t o rE dw ard M 'Gartv, w ith In '
Con re. u d, 'hat, or the purple ,,fpro- and one copy to the.Legislative Council of each which tracts of land, so surveyed, shall be offer- quires the Legislative Council of said territory to terst Cost. of sale, agrecabl to the ters and Co- .
viding funds to thdi-charge the award lthe Com- erntory ; and the remain copies to the dil- e or sale entire, instead of in half quarter sec- commence its sessions on the first Monda in ditions other said decree
S, .ioners under the Treaty wih Spain, f the ferent Universities and Colleges of he United tions, and in the usual manner, and on the same May, in each an d every year, he, and the same is JOIN DOWYER,
, twentv.-ecnd day of February, in the year of States, as the President of the United States may t iall respects, as the other public lands .reby, repealed ; and the said Legisltive C n- Marsal ofGeenbriar Chancery sTt.
~terms, in all respects, as the other public lands heey airda Leg'eenbrivr Conn- D s'rct
S our Lord ,u. ih,,u'and eight hundred and nine- direct, o thetes. cil shall, hereafter, hold a session vryYear Ir eb 18 .
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