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Title: Boston weekly messenger
Uniform Title: Boston weekly messenger (Boston, Mass. 1815)
Alternate Title: Boston weekly messenger, for the country
Physical Description: 26 v. : ;
Language: English
Creator: Hale, Nathan, 1784-1863
Publisher: N. Hale
Place of Publication: Boston
Creation Date: August 1, 1822
Publication Date: 1815-1832
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available in microform from Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Oct. 20, 1815)-v. 9, no. 35 (June 8, 1820) ; new ser., v. 1, no. 1 (June 15, 1820)-v. 21, no. 37 (Feb. 23, 1832).
General Note: Published in octavo format, Oct. 20, 1815-June 8, 1820.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 01643872
lccn - sn 83021309
System ID: UF00073652:00001
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Preceded by: Weekly messenger (Boston, Mass.)
Succeeded by: Massachusetts journal and tribune
Succeeded by: Boston weekly messenger and Massachusetts journal

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.... a fI ,gn'.l!,fh icco., rrgii, bcluelcn ,ol'lierier nd ilpcrektthan-al itoer oin t esii vLor t veleroleheeiin ad '""oto t ha th bee ppoleii- t otan- dotheefre ostea'esly equst o

I -NMIS CE LNtI ., I.0' '.II
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t0,-0 "-L- !."l.hn 't' tn".sl ,itt i.i;ICN'' LI'E C- .l"ldo)'- Iu he -thi-.u,-uk.-o,
It _- d -wAIhi.I i,,',)ititni.r iiiaid s uiit-oul reiuy irietutore (his one uvitor oef e vi uae-, d istbce lleilt us efrovedin--etm'. eiut of chlir.--.IR, flint-n s m ite.t, interesting invt ths u po I 1u 'e I p l -ut,, ii); c r p e stud h-at, -he n i thin stus city b e -
if f 110 !i. +--'0 I.2.40,, s c' o-t I Imn. i Hi.' i,(.. i al ud ie w l> iti hi fall tome r s T a hlie-u-el ss tret aII tN steamORKAMERIt ANt' t i se Ctih s lb o njectu red:tis ao t anIi in Gsting (A ut s t.es t.-ha in Maillgu to i -Ott-Lce i issteps, to e itod at
e i N I.. ,- 11, atie an t i r I, -%i itt: t o o uhi i- huot IuOtIrst, areienlo-s-te litt "e )ttluiricnaisesr-ti ,umlld fttiief illnicii v 1 f I7t'Tle watesr1rd1vW;yyt e ie xP ces i d lu t o mtltr isCi hi derp ?a-l- s t hiia n- rI .








-nsat itsf 111 ucit,' lmuvet hi t"B'i-itt ie, C iii j stly s oum -tit-I vitt. c hu o ocu~/e i'lf l'u ov pats t arel iound xttlilrhfilt option e-ul tof kr itlength' mit.' nivsnt- t'rsimy thus / a lvensiou oh W rf sm r bogt the pilou iegi u H ohut s leu slit-it- peu'sevohenaeft s citint Ofnuiie yaf. iniat.o o tiafur ft
.I..t. hLLtnfe t al- atwiSl- i tt-iz hatot tiltteit iu e intel, w ho it- of TlitI t astiltswiis tituifi t't. to t tn,-uon. as Ihese thy I tta t sp)ts oiitden ei l ti bean tt aor snay el hohu t hit' lenteitain ds c nccuetw o ned rep a ts y.
bad luz ~ a)ei A M Te o Il = 'u .. t Q, k ch *fal ill ber,. lt:t wnuo n [ l y f or l ie I i p r|W e trea by thei smo ker sroi tF G l. 1 it s ;appel Fn e u d r t e r te il. Thei tierllt-ik leave aby Theein l iii n hatanant ; wi te .,. ; -e > .:1 II IF ..k V-p rv -f e I. .:gw alls %"I"" '- observ i-~ la1 I'll. ho` o -o "be a, si fu o e ien ser w, .II" r.
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2, I illytCje.. 0 .tlitend h ,ellte d rig i iin -i-u twhiiic-tetihlt h eFlouitlt pod iot ili ho s allerJia ld b-rds are a e se e g l re u t ol Ia o d be i b i I I!.
m I t ,,i l,-I .. ,i.tL.i i.- i. ,,I(,.iti tutO I I e I is to uiw tilleyati ttc tP aty au te isup olue .o e iu g u nyo u71nt leeitltstd t; irirt- I t-,l "- lt. I tIvtI-y Isec eyiup tlen. | nt lo e 'egs e w ul e e b le to n i a Btdl ta t e. S n Sir pit- I tmt ~ t l l I. Ii- It
t R. ,i> tt-u' ti t .,t, S, ta tt. pIelll., .i i-i,. ),yas o-yt (e- ,thitbt a-k f s tori ty lit iTi esat ul cl i Ie slts.ol-ir- eatut of1tin nsa-i"'teai.e-.us i i P n b n n e ill- pa 1Iof.a I .g to e i I- %-sa 1. at siteter .ide o St. ohis | 3s
ajsin.. ..tia goata wln uaylietlust. s -.+ geve utmtuis wute asaital.s-Isni-si.

i it. coo. i y 0 and I nl'\ Je n wi WL u it ev wth td nini t Oru'ge grovesa valeo al-tdalong the ba tus l, uug" netr inp'es ihe publit y tuhs er lelievhinth" thati t le of lth u r s u t u clt i Is..aity of
RA R d .r 1,,' a w bl e 1 Calk., ) e; ave gt i ll no o e e Vat ler n he river- rltutg geoli'ii oiI--sally it l ot ,e Li"s -eniP tiI iI i w AS I. ;1 I
ma lu.' jt I-. Ir a- te i ol r iasito e-hu n o *tl derstoe o l i o i W S F gel tsiini-ight lie n fromu licy ans- -I As t boily g-o1ints closet t- u tar ti Wnt oa e 1f haen ot it, hits should hes il katoamm'ei t luic t 01 t ta t ti e cl osisd ii li-its
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- w .f .i ma ny re ma rks. But 8ignm elt \ e ei eo ld ln;teg .ilolherw i l" "Is o evlia ouho'iEese wa aw--Ia.- Iella- iIi
,. a.:.. ll. h ,-ts u atla.i.,., I-, r atl. ,d ltgen e as Itli e Het ch ait ,1 ali se t J toaittla pnct e tuu t l alli itince h i kesy Otri fl t it I ,s I r -ii t.h ,Iuqestinn ou i 1,e l oe hololkixt s i lie s c t Oit it' f6llet t u it"I e iith "u n pu a e. u e"fol i lw ig sc-ages fiutt- thae i f ; ItaIu of, io alsij t0ae bfor iey e ie i i- a ti it asedin
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7i 1, -- "or I. i ,yW"i i, Osi- ..lt'.g I;,I. h.le" irih fl ive-ifthuesoo t, i tb ,und1by-thef t.
i i- [itL e. iiba it l -iIt i .t i t iii th i. i i Ji !-itl i-. t -it.m "i-u l. ii t inoit u -s iat t hi uo.l' e utLd give eniu e to te l f se gt tt E o hu st u r t lu si t nsio t li e L Ese
w s t jt (, I t c 01 1u it' Ic uts dsheir e t o th nt wliti s I n t lt la t pr siin to such t t hi >i nl le ri:i t e ntolif tudu u n ...- u"-u f s g a tb er fe ed.1 abnbd e r Idelity e qual y o o l l i --. ro o c;l te w ole wa, an d te x iu nto ofIhr is eaby
it -sI it "ls t Ilists, iI roi l lIUI I t tr- rlltI )tO- to le P lc e lit I ai h ats dof te onu toui finha a e i d. P vf i It 1 iuttIaT).I ofdu goetmam i


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It tt--uutiti th gm e '''-fl.J ti s lu-h I iule-iius i he w hie-a1it li i t ii tltied i ,o nlsutai e X nfo-beidt ,ihil suaageeyichuuit l ta lmut. ha til u 'a one o-there Outlau etsuotit-amudlcpe btusa siti ; C. I p-IAR LESI'N. 6 -f alflofUitlas-T lttuw OitC flu thuIF ths ...ot :i. 1,,, ild -01ttilOs










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tUatur.. yi tt-it- to.~i.. sulsi,,s. ,,lut,,,i-'to t asiy ssuti teittini dss**iii""h tut 'itiaseiusiinuanu tlyli d i -tc i iial ttaityr withlc u-on l t ltuumcvrd yt' l xis 1.i-4 t ui ce-auto,^ tliunt at IWesit atsh a t- tgite only fo-e >oe wthuin tau ae weekgh s ,Cito h-i by fh e t -s-er, uue an uty- WarDepart. Lnt sujr -urlsf at ine o- ll she Itdi i>-
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tags i r msitmnti aitln-no htstls un 0 I tOIle It ii i itth i tSti it uIIS(t0 t i e d 50 t ul t on 1 h0lyl nait e lO et~~t
i .a.s t,)..i.;li -lt nslu.hc I hi.. ih (.tin,,l'aid ,- I us u i is'- i h C 1 u s pea of de ,o i hot s I put r l.nd 01 tl ..ia ted Sttm com ai .i.g t ie
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u d.I I-. I Iitl i o lles a,.j IB si gula- proe of T ,,e _'.'l I _1 ,' L .. --- : ldvic lr lee river ou us rh t o, n o. ;
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i- .-,,I Q.t.e. .i..c.-wli fi e!el loIie |culielhehs 'a .1 a : siglitL As le body o o.tsdow 6Lhe hNI.zards.a d
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11l,;ln y.' s icIly-o llc iai~lgl'iideol' si 'lru eHi(, ri"1 second wnisthat F. fa, '. w en they Pe. c,>aliuiinlrowshl htih uplll to devour it ; ald te o ,-i h aint rnl; b talw h mt ep l~ ,i tr-os nl~ ,.iul T elue
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ti s--t) lIni.t9cgtainlaicn, ami hniihu +naiidB n eyd 'cv*t lIlt lllol' la-lnke hi~lps in lo~,a itne ok ieacuo~iuuwii,i.iiin tn nnitnn.,. pissedm schoo for( the instructions ofhi eacalaueecs r e b frtheeyciwi,,Jth*. i.. a u.~it
I leinds- _. jN- .1 ..I,,t -nllveevln lr IeMfae ot Ili' I! l I 'fd, and rsi lln, o l B opr y, I S l n e Ii.s \g ikll eythe .yh of l o n y indii.(t>l or :ompa, exizeduit
Gl .!ii1) i .5r,. ,hynl 1, >.:wli i l.' l. .-e I,-h wrtiaoe I t1" w lIo th bttebe,tIJ slea cchy--tiii, instead o d- Jl" his Jour nI kle .he a tho", without tlie h i e d .i te ty
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W .a iI i made s" hldjecd [m ys l will; -nla cown h" I a sc.leg t ainsord ll ir [li billlyes e n d tat 'least pretto q i i sa,'oui iwiflte io rwleoa
(u*,Inw fl .'*,-iin-r~l',cS lo palliile uid 'o, isl~l |t e, us' Iotl ly 'epd giliniL Io. inlrinsic ev.del el ,in h" .. ..wa, ptissossed ol uncoamloa foriuide and pa- ,p ill a ravoarofa ire.ter xtent otfeouatrvheii~ 1' tli puno le g vr n nrsrig l
klf~li.~i) 1.1.11--th,, arIays in .iII MeIv.ee ll.e I 1- lh' ;a<, hiem wti ahe to llhe cvirstmasy ol..t. eslnIoiry tie em'-s,'enwa g riversI wadin, sava
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m I,,l thIr i I l B,,yti ,c e ,li,,ltal 3 ot iac- whicI nu uxIr- i deai l.. ,e b aN i i.Iri every incl e o e e e e v t eo e b C 1 el I o ed f tme Ii.I
a i.-l- li,.,..,ii. tlie v ,,,i. I .. he i.,n to ; .. -,.ni.ilI111 tf Bo iltlo .wa im cuad a ln hii aus tills Jame t f l la lhele hero ve, oatlo ssa loet sid ed a io f tie O d a c D p r en Jill wov l.
|j Ih 1 ..I. I.. 1. i -.l In1 i ,.1.x-ieip ld e u -di.1g ', 1"..el h h.is u .,ady gow o it a gI eter t le-gI, t i. ,tt i nol tit(so y lsee .I to be superior s 1 -al ov 0ade nt, not pbes aet o w al k bear coeauso f u- Ii t.
. q t ihi,. n (.; ,1 1 i l e, < I e o icon ,al Jtl~s tu i w ili'lId In ,lsio, Mr, A. said, th is many \ yio hreTte tme n o feaie n th s o t y i. O "
.tn d vam .i h s I ea r fehecIu i ly l l r e 1, 'i a i iii. po tl t i n p fic. le. ) lit l e fu rt e r n t b t e se n te ti uel to n A SR srei PU se f u le u it- s ab o ve m en Pulll Bed Y o a fou tch ee p s w e k it id I
.2, l r I .1 ,90 ak I---,E-eI ,l ihe I.ddwytI ly s d -ainglhe ca a of dea Jby-w ftttan board. No fat. y attv is apoltcorwluh sligiy i iwaudo beord
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tlia s,Ir o Ie .'lkrto ,t ..).suite himB> .cavily ,i,8tl. h th e ir c o ud u ct n l m ild da dlredto h a v o it ac u s .de re d e ) 11, nm apy p la c e s W ilt ch i o h inn m o e I l H vfla t h e sp o t w h e re ti a e t kheia h a t a k e n the 1 0 0 t J u n e r stiv d b ee al: de a ta or n .
:.lIa;Lh ? id 'I a rpoo, I o l ihe Z t.Elnderi,, u n l ric Iha "iTred hod rew(. tIt io for thn e jury 10 d cid e n o 1ppella l. n a e ix d too ur di he s b r, J uly d p ap er or a -


itlau ght oi-d I e r isin -ll m- t ts!iso thlll i i s uowl ai l a tu i t ud thet roin'l ned to l-e o 1ths.iaolive dotlt T T, atIlop ir ierlty -.n .oft- "ht ot.1.ul--tti. .sut Io.. .i ttcl ..im-- T- ll- -t
ik l"Ot M (11 -1-11"- 1I- -1.1-..;,, F.ui 01't l imllFi' in Vaieitit lf viera intlemtr,lnhabil,- W.!lh > cOganlOln ianud Called it Lakeo n ySle,,i'Wh n lwakaou hselodlw o 1kM <. ao> at, ald" pi,-o rprp il o se unlyIerd lari tis>ly.
ft l, ike petty villains oteay htiegurighat IIt shioiils, ilils iWItlei"nuni-e-itlukltaboutti. ctliutmet Woodtnsle- te ld-hsto.f tinOchlnstutiuv ad, -t ii 10 iesoni, tshan-diebe- te muuueauu luttlpttatwfil.Junus Es onuc ed ofbiuit p ir2sa-stb idollalrasis- iit 'utie-Oil an h sttiligIt gt
t~'r l c l '^ ^ ^l'"' 1"111 H ul tile sI l elmet Oill be. Catue ml" do.*I11'1 t"I e Kr she'old4.cliel ol he,Ockow,>li.w l,1J.1 11' who de81ae an remember the numierous herds that oFT. J -is, ES convicted, of haing fifvd At th t Sit I(is 'da a > iiC:lrv.t, and by udd~ia 1., igllt,
wpet t rogueslw ior heuinutrmu wiiithe- d Ie-usen y r toyetrl Itl t i-uImt lou- ih it )hInptdt winglsl bB tatic. ialc ndaisec IrPOetioteSeovinkiul tiid 1juau uitace s ^B cost at rv q,
itput'-j1 iot in youtrwI ltt-s, tassbato thin 0 shaintin otec iii nor i-OS. iiithe tottilee otucs untuged thutigha mhnun, tush thin holutuis pros-ce.-it driver, omi nationtOWei-srseucyxreundtosm-setose'iIahangi-diattneatdFriiatt13ishis ill cost Di hu.i.-s SRep
serpulo-whi, li tt-iu ,uielto lltalti totp biat L "1t-e' "olyo initmt "eaecm i-s a yst lsugdtsJc "ho'u et rdy o te rtut~at.ld i







BALTIMORE, Sur. Y 25.-The Charleston Me
c mtr make; a calculation oia"tihe distance travers
Pla by the schooner Aainda of Baltimore, which
[ arrivepdlere it few days a ,o in 65.days front Va
lral'io, I being, perhaps, the ni ot remluark ible'pas
4- evr made. From V;Ial;>;'aiso to Cape Horn
(s-.-y- Ihe editor)i i a space of abouk 2.3 degree
of latitude, from Cape Horn to the Liue abut
66, and from ihence to Baltimore, say.39 degree
-in all, slph poised over 11 S degrees of laitude
equal to 8260 miles; adid to that'90 degiees of lon
gitude she had to make and reckonartg eachdegre
a 'it0 iniles, lives an additionalbspace she travers-
ed ol'3600 miles. Tile schooner must, therefore,
have gooe I ,'85(0 mile, it 65 d.Lys, whie!) is at th
latr o6l 132 miles per day, fur lite wk'le voyage f
thatr number tfdays.
We obsprve Ify la.st evening's papers that
autertin, of tne Ship Owners, itaporlers and Re-
to;Iert ot' Foreign Merchandlaze, every descrip-
tin, i ,alied this tmorning i (Thursday,) at te
o'clocki at tlth Exc liuge, to take'into consider
tnan ale LLaw pas-ed battle lastsession of'thetLee
is~l.ture of this ,.sate, making-it n.-c>essary to ink
ou, a License, on or before-'August frst, cesaing.
Extracts frnm a letter received per brig .M'orris, dat
"ed Vvra Gi uz, 10l1h June, 1822.
We are rather in an unpleasant situation her
at present. It is prohibited to export specie, lna
it wai also attempolel to, prevenl tihe exportatlon
Of Cochineal, butlhey did not dace to put the lat
ter in execution.
%\Vf "dlvise you, if yon make a new adventure
to send your goods to the Island of Satrifice, and
not directly to Vera: Cruz, for the Casiletimpose
very heavy duties, both no. enteriurg and clearing
It now,exacts ian. exact matid'est of'tlte cargoand
impbses 0 per cent. on importalions 2 per cen
oi specie exported, and $4 oa every, seroon o
Coclhineal. -
; Tie Emperor [turbide is at presenttaking very
I violent measures to snibduqiee Castle, liet has al,
t ready ordered a total evac~u;Aion of the .inhabit
ants of Vera Cruz, oa acc;ouit ofl complaints
which have been made to hiai by strangers, ltha
their ves-rels .lid not enjoy tihesanie privileges' as
Spaniards."'
200li JU'E, 18SS.-" We have nothing new to
add to the above, except thai -a change has lately
talo(an plane aaiolngst the Customa. iHouse officers
Tlie a,'miai.traition of tlle Customn.House- tile
Cuntadoi:, the two Virlas, the Captain ofa)ort,a)itd
smpne other subaltern officers live been deprived.
of their places ... >
IlV are.xpectiilig every daye tile ne Tariffl-
itE appears ,'romn the lale advices which -ie hive,
that it will soon be published-it is said the duties
will not exceed fronm 12 t6:, 1 a'"' -* 0 1 "
: M'[ Chtron.,^

BALTIMORE-.JTULY =-Amnr-'lie niil;-r.
ble sllifts to I,.h,- Ii;I,-;l.l'il. -1o1. 1 illt-
r e s oti t e d t o i I .I .. l l ..' .-z ; A :. l L t.. 1 l ,-
S t a le g O Vniv i' l ,io e'" I l. i" I' h. ir b i l l l i h .I ,-I IN .
stead of laying a directila, ,-I pi, i-i O l, .iith
w o u nl d .o p e r a t e w i i j u s t > ,. > ', r i .? [I.ii i, l l t hi
vw hIole s atE-, a licel se duty I ,L ,ll .11 i r', i.
posed oUl all 'persons who, .i',., i [; 1 d .if
A u g uis t n e x t, l h li i am p ort an ; ,..d o l l i.r i ^2r- _-i
0 or ia iul'actUreSs or seil Wam y ". *,:-' *I fill
ported in in. original bale, box barrel' package
Si. a tlx., whiclr it is esy v10 setIwas inlthde'd to
operate almost exclusivelyon otl umerdilants- of
.' B.iltianore. ,
'Tliere can e buut litt liesitat;ioain pronoune -
ing suchR a license a duty on iam)uorts, which no
slate can imposSe without tlhe constaL ofCongress,
and if the present tax is submitted to, we shall
,, soon have anollter-lnw, imposing a per enurut du-.
itly on the'amouut of' all l l-J made of imported'
goods, sulfficiilt 10 pay oiltil in expee.nsis 0" oour
stte t g1verlinient "
A meeting ol'the, merchants, of, this city,. was
held t]is morniangto' take tlie above subjel't into
"e6n.ider'ationt; we expect to publish ttreir pro-
lcediugs tomorrow.-FidW Gaz... '
VHI'L'ADELPHIA,..Jr qrV 24.--Tli-- London
Literary Gazette assUFAs hatta Ml l .Vli....., 1'. -.
&essor of Moral PlhiloUsopiy uIr .Le 1 ,0 *i( l hln.-
tl'lr l, is tlide au bllo,r of:i --,.4 t.' .t' ',i. i it t ,t-
tio l ed '-~_ ._ .r,, i .,...* "' ..' L (- Ih r.
WI Is 11 i ,l ,Z.1 r "'i ,, Z.*.. i. ,,
a:, poem. ..
!xtract-ofra i'.", :, "' ; ^rumalpus dat-.
c.l If rI If' ., I .
We liave only come lie.r t lor supplice 'lhaving
left thle sire Shiat k;off.SAll Key, lto w.it for the
i ll,, I. : .; .".- i c ru isin l .q .. IT i I. G ..I. ,
1 i 1 1 | j I r. i l J : l l 5 b o a ts 1 1.';. i, -, t r ,. -
and several swivels. .Rahlajlillo hlas 3 schooners,
oimanned 1witli 125 .niea eaclh, with one- lon., 9 and
funr.2-lb, swivels,, but tkeir.yessels, lbave no bul-
warks. .
Thlie principal establishment of the Pirates is
n"at PS iaCippe, the capild of 0 thle I.-t.1,kil, and it,
hardly seems- possiblefTor.r ie, U. States, without
tile aid oftie over i ent, (lonestly nifforded'i).jto,
-plat the-se aiaraude s down. Most of'. ihiese exile,.
dilioAs are fitted out, in the first instance at a. vil-
inge called Regules, oofa mile front this city, and
under the ver' aye' of llie government, Mor.ethan
onte /mrndred oersowis~belonghin to this plaice Pre
< ivn to' r coneoie-l d in thtis infaaions and a-
biomintble .b~usiess-- howevc-, but little can lbe
expected fron the'presentratlers'lierc, while they
lieep lthe men ol war in. part, and. suffer the little
FatriGt cruisers to capture their merchanil vesse ;
alao.i I,,,der ihe "... of .ttle Moro, au.l u a ll ,
p arts i ,h l 'h.i 7 i ." I ". ,' .. t .'; l1
a s ca lreess m m f'erom the7! -j.' ... ilix .1 .= *i' r..; .. i" '* iwifr'o#
P orl to port, ca t "..'. '- I, ..tlirre is
eo protection in tbese seas 0o the: unarulled aar-.
jer, hiut whatl derives i'rum the'fla, of the U.
; ;~Stales Gax..

PHILADELPHIA, JuLy 2-7.-'l-e,ii was a
slight .Fost' ti sIl o gl, (July 37) in the vicinity
of Ihis 'clny. Dent. P, ess.
"tWlly notamenl the Constitution .,and give (o
Co'llgvss the right to pass laws to puasso .is ue
lin'. ? Thle States'-Laws ate nearly 'ngatory.-
'11lie United SLates may. punisli it- own ulficers,
bl we doubt very much whether they can anke
figllting a'-Duel a disqoali.fic itioni for au office un-
-d,'r Ihot il ovetir.eiat. Such al l)ffhceie migh be
'le i tIII'( [)lauiiifiraliuii lo lti,11.a scal. in congress.
A law tocirtthi ss wJuldIre'exicnsively usel ul.
_N F -- 11.
Ir, u'VRGG i, 11, Ju L :-2 Tle, Htrrest -rlt' is
a, s mrc(Q of ulh grli'at Ltiui that the harvest is
nearly all gathleredl, and that the crops of wheat
and rye ar'plentliftl and housed in good ordt' ar.-
"fth i rq)p ofrflax,, oats an(d bailey owing to t-he
dry weavtth~er in the fo'or |)at'v ofl llt selison,.are-but--
it)iidoihing-.ii le saiie reni-irk applies to ihay.
Indialin curn, which proaiistd notl lOug since but
:-l ifidiiT r'(enL cm op, sinnr i'i all- -lill h Irf- -i??tim (-d
a ^ir'u.Uli-lnig'cbaricle~rj i-.I *',,ii i'PI"-11 it,.r ih,,
bn-b'l).id'ninao >will be blessed will aii abaundfilil.

| ANNAPOLIS, .TULY 5.--Lighthing.- --Ol .
J 'oid.iy t:Vein^-ig lastb ,'i ,,. .,* 1,'.*. as kilf'ed by'
l)KldiaiiH.l oa tIle fari'u ,j" ,%1 ,j'j" Dtrsey, albout 4
amihes 'roml. lliis oily. A cow and calf" wet'B near
tleIB(, lnt tllle tithe ; tihe c()w was **treik dHead.--
i''e c.'li' wbiiclt il is Siaid w/atisuclkiig allth lit n..
llUuit, escaped u'nhinurcid.

N- EW-V'&RK', .Jur.Y 2S.;-no(7ier line of-Pack-
tfs. -i r.-si Uepaa, B d and Bu'ike, have given..
n,)licr in lIhe pulic Ipapers, ihl. t tlb-y will rill) a"
Bne. ef P'ueke'ls fileal ie'-Yjl'k lo Havrt.' II
'E'l"iine i ,(il'lir.'tcces ioiieve'vy to 'll o t i i llli
nilh vear. 1 I., .i,,i. i..it '' ,,-"" ill, lille, iire. the
ltiftlno, i i]]' ItIll.., I, lL 1.,*./.1 .' i;.ipt Snhlll;
un in'. th ,io.elW eai tainn. ol.t yet :tpi'lubitcd. 3.'fly
ia'e a!;l. flist ratie shtps, land hinvc I .,' 1.. .......i,,, .,..
daihn .-s. Tile )a-'saee iaiuaev is ii u, .,l ?H1,.,, h:.'i
whiiK hi youa w ill bie. ;,, ',,u'li J :, b,:l. ,,,,.I d.i 1 l
d~airi, wtines, and slntres HT..all kind-s. Tbley art; to
t Otniillen'e r liiliiiuon the 10titiof Sel)leniber next,
:,'nd we lbo.,e nta'y aiet witli sufficient encoarage'-
B,.at io in'duict lIlc |)roiirielors'to add lib,'u mbore .
"*iiip- to tl e lie*f, so as 1"l givr; (is'ia l;acket f'roin
t'i,.ncce once at uitlillli,-- 'Post$J.

A. sh1p lIas airil-d at P~hiladelpl)]-a, .wbirh lcft
I'oH.''>]>dei''i., I, i lIIP U~ili ol*Jaue a l it ir.eins lie
n-, bruuglht i]- pipu(ri' or yet'liilt Inu'llitltiuce,
i niirrlt~.! .vew~ c~iil ltari'i tlhe s-iLuiatioa'of the dlstres-


selfe .i)analryy hi those parts of Irelaad where thle
C1rops Itan-c ien cut off, ;1ad 4 ikarvaLioli is starini'
- thon"iti ile fiace. Tlie hism ai counts from tfie suf-
Io,. dist rict", contalined ai ;ti'Loudoin papelr.of
li a CGth ofJ a.le, Ieceived al.tlis po ur by Life shijp-
Iecrceles, ,rep'elsrnlfd that boats laden with car-
goes-alfpotatoes andl other provisioaS,'were aL6


r most hourly ari'ving at tlie ea port towns, for Hoboken Ferry. The Chancellor, we under-. door, arlarmed the family, and called in one of the occanionall- nebetked any vignro.s; pursuit. REA1MNISCENCES.
I dis irbuioa'anaon"tlhe poor where the dread olf stand, postpo.ied'granting tie injunctions, unless watchmen, who was passing ]ione, ,vhen tire lTe enemy did nrot attempt to- lQllow the Bova- *ay, IdW.-theie being several ships in the
l i "aniienrevailed,anditwouldbegrauly'ing intel- tie Powl-sHook Ferry Boat Company would smoke was foond to proceed from tbe cellar way, caabovehili'eltaLfre. Thegeneral (Soilette ) harbor fBot-ion, and nmany of irm strangers,
1 i ,e to le' u'n' ,h ,-.., i h i t bIe band o f c harity sw ear that th ey w ere inj ar~ d in tle d im inutio n w here arw oden buck'.t of ashes had b e em dep osited w h o rem gained vv iti h ab out 150 m en af~ eci de nto, tie Co art do il I) r|P|.| t t a i i ,;fiy w attb obe
LS h s corn u etelyvI -lhri% iEd u from their depl ora- of their accustoamedreceipts, by the new boat. t the flight'ie ,e The bucket had taken fire, which i a reserve, not bei',D able to see for tse woods, t h"I'with appointed in Boston ;Ind Charlestown.
a, b situa1io-": -: was i'd l t a j on was; only to be called had "communicaed to a bag of rags which w and in.conseq ene of o r ot asking for assist- 1 7. A- da cing school -was opened in Boston,
es __ __ for, where tlie dlaiage.was immediate or irrepar- clinging near, and in a few moments more tlie ance, very naturally ,-included w'e had the advan- blat was prohibited b, tire General Court.
t ,t foles, and the FrenchLangwage.- hAtl-dyson able. III this case, thlfe fact of such damage did house must lave been wrapped in flames. By stage, as we bad twice, and did not see our situati o __="- .-_-. -
t ', .... ..ie no longa g de s.,,at a kwi .... le not appear, and therefore theGhancellor left the tisls truly Providential discovery, serious fire till it. was too late, w1 In lie made a good retreat .M RRIED,
, 1 a e o le pi s o; il" as" po umsessed i e i. I ,h e iom a ny .to .t ir e o rdin ary. re nmed y y suit, and re- w as prevented R1 g tof tie to w n lw e h ad Ic it u noting 1 11 thl e .s tragg lers I n W ashin gton C ity on G R G ilm e r, R epre.
11 destruction of wolves. Anxious to obtain it, and fuseu.. le. ju ttlo until a hearing could be ]ladI -- f V argas O ro aoeo ai l Bo vaca, and protccting- senlative in Conaress front the. State of Georgia,
ee thereby rid the commonweahit of a prowling ene- in tbe case. I E- Post. 'Messrs. Mansfield and Cloutman, Constables of tile ret-lee of lle parque,,atd .h eaen eys cauile, to Miss Betsey Graltan, daughter of Maj. Robert
s- m ,v he proceeded to Bostoir; )utllieownerofihe ".-- I .- M arblehead, on Thursday arrested a fellow by the which we exchanged fur ,ours with he i lerest.of G. ol Rockingham, (Vir-.) I
e, Philos oci her's sto ne lhad gone to M ontre ,Sl. rluth 8a)atoga Sprin. s.- T here were five hundred ,onace off Vlitcheellin South Fields, who had been t en. H e (the general) e.r tain med til bal! past four In B altim ore, )6lh ult. Osmo nd C Tiff iny,
I er lie pursued him ; and, with a perseverance ill- .and seventy-five .visitors. to ttsii place Of fasiona- -passing counterfeit money in that town ; and o(in. close, to fie field ofactionHwiltlout knowing what Esq, to Miss Ann CC' Shaw, daughter of the lae
>i sridri by le object in view, lie followed Iia on- "le resort on Mooday last. being. reached (hey found aboulthim40 dollars 0 l'filad becoale of us orte en my; lie sent two corn- Rev. William n3haw, of Marslifield.
w it,*d to Alb any and N ew -Y ork III the latter citv .I-- .s o spu ar e i bills. .H e w as exam ined before M r. J s-1 parties o l O cciden lo .lo destr ,'oy th e gnun s tle en e. Ph iladelphia, on th e evening of the 29 th
the objectfhis search was. "ortunate'Ily found', ALBANY, J'r.Y 26.-Union College -Seventy Lice French, who ordered' him to be-commiuled, my had at first abanconed Tirese f, und siring ult Joshua (. Oliver of Boston, lo ElizaO ak-
a iad, by dintal(t'innwearied s6licitation), t e ineti- four young gentlemen graduated at the annual and lI was accordrngly lodged in the jail in this -on h'e gro nd near them, the column of Cardoq tui Ina n, ol Philad, lphia.
e- nrble treasure was wiestedfroiom hiau conunencement at this college, oBo Wednesday town, to await his trial at the- next terml of ille ; who rose 111I and gave thlem anr, irregular volley, In KelnnebuIonk, Mr. Beaaiat Littlefield, of
pa But ardou r is not always cooled bfy enjoyment. lnst. I __I D Alto. Court. "" Ibii. which-was returned, and ou rnmen retiredwhirhor- ells, to Miss Melltable Lord, ol'the former
!a P ci s e s io n f e q u e n ly e n k n d le s n e w d s ir e s a n d II I I. d-.- '-b- .s eI d r .e.e n e mycLifetcie n td p u r s e d t hd t geg e n e r l l p pa e .cI.
Sess u fji-enk nd l ys n es ir th H A R T ,FO R D JULY 29.-' E arly last F riday B OI: fi adiafg lisTor ,:e very inl "erio r, ren hired, l aked that In K enncbun k Porto C apt. B enjamin S tone to
aI- tileobtainmenttolafavowrit I Iody BsbrOSTON: ,n': L'- n a)..e--eof .. vling,anod,'atione~d the r ir s''ll',e next day Miss SarahPatiea ; Capt.it-'a'lro'id
t o further solicitations. So it 'ell otil( it htie morning, tlie body o'a young-mian by tie name of I *IV .- -- ,,'m Morrll of Bid-
'e yankee. %Yit the geninte scrutiny of his native James Eox, aged about 19 years; was, found dead THURSD. Iy, AUGUST 1, 1822.i e pursued hisn march and met Padre Torellas in deford, to Mrs. Sarah Delnet of Kemnebtru.
' region, lie ascertainedtlhat tbe gentleman (a Flem- near the south green, on the road leading from- Uramaca who was comInI np with cattle and pro- Port, -.
S IIIo) w as also in loss;essinon ofabook oflplatess a od this cily to A est H artford ; I ris head.was ...... .'track- visions, whic.1".c.o.. .el-'' "d ; a d' t "h y al lr' In s .or th-Provdence, M r. Ol is H olmes, of
t- (I-ctions quoad Life inds operd ofexemi ingly cruslied, and it was I ie opinion of' the jury atst/rom Eniglad.-The Packet Strip Vestal*,, rived here snfe. LI ssure you, it was ,, nasieily Sharon, (Mlass.) to Aliss Alluiira F. Hawkins, of
~ alin g the ancient tenants 61 tLie fo rest e fhai le w as killed by Aersa 1a from Iris ho se T he .tn e rd ers brought L ondon I l I
therefore 11neither leaves not forsakes-him "tuil horse was found s-ddled and bridled in the sta1a- tpract bleto rp lire by the'liil road, made to ie- In 'Vest minin ter, M .i I
thi alsohs-obiweekd..tertthere a new and easeacc-unts:Mi-sBetsey oai sBo l etoinsteGrdnr

^~~~~~~~ ^/S^^T ^ c;"-'0"11"^Mr- They .,ail, in'le'news Of~imortance. The pros.%- *%E 150^^ Gardne.
on seen perplexity occurs. '[The book is ~i tuFrench- i te td y L e t C l fg lc n In T eanipleton, M r L uth ler Sever, ,l G ardner,
n alanguage wiln which lie i, as little acquainted XEW-HAVEN. JULY 23.-By examining tire pect Md .iukida war had become still more re- ilued Is march by Taralarara for Cnrore, while to Miss Eunice Holden, daughter of 'ir Jonathan
I lamgtee.wiThwehkiegi of Fraenaceinedfit his r".-p.l"-,to. "'h Jaor Smlith iremained witll)920 men to collect tileaHolden, of 'Tenllletorl
-as wi h the Arabic or Kickapoo. W'Vat shall b4e account current ol tbe lowI, o for te years, y er m mote. Iteing ofFrane, iIifS rep v tO fhe I I ... l
done? To employ a translator would not only 1811 to 1820, itnclusive,,tire expenses for. sp, I address of tieHouse o P ers, sa dtat since t re ggxleT rsa r' C ro r, e u e l, e- In .over, Capt. George Piper to Mis aly E.
d create expense, but tile sec et might eak out- t orting lie poor ,in New-H avea have been as 'ol- .. s d a cf' I .. .. I it wist i alaiaia iic Caroram eta G u ertilia of. Smith.
Sthe whole world lgeing doubtless watching, %ith lows ;- o e l the session, he(bcd received informa- Montesdeoca, who was conducting 73 cattle and I l'Tannton., Mr. Oliver Barney, jun. to- Miss
"S ardent gaze and w strnl ear to catch iltl first whis- II. .1811 .. .S388382 tion wliich assured blithat peace would not be 50. hose's to Morales. T. -e were aken in five An) S.'Babbit(. I
ds-y. b '"- e-t"] neo)nlaws o1. minutes.,I believe the energy imagined wbhenaur In Woburn, by Rev. Mr. Bonnet, Col. Ephraim
d perings ofthii ine~stimable discovery Iithesit -1812 3241 85 Aiirbedi the East. "Th:'gan opinion was con- '-. I J .dt't..v.d.ped.romtb leaves Sto enntto lss.t ncW.;"
It g acity that com mon obstacles canl neither c abar-r 18J3 3350 28 I .. . .. opped f i the heavens s .ce W y a.
I -4 o'4 84 "8 firmed fromvariuts Iul,'(01rs. .....:tI.... ,,, oubnw IT .111'. re i~efed y vDy'adr rNta
f Incs norr repres s lie s tra ounis thedifficuly. anda\ 1814 4 .G8 ., r .. I II .b '.1 l '1 .l*te l InM edfield,byR ev.* r-Sanders,A r. N athan-
avoids botih expense 'and the hazard of disclosure.: "" 1815 4117 76 -u't e ,' ... .. --"..I--is m mentioned i u ti .L iver ool A dve ltiser t bat eo ld o lIby drea ilo l ii i In e soFlel airba lks lo M iss Sarah H .- W oods.
.'~ ., -.. av r ,fly I.e lsWith I(I ciriea iaswee l tyetMr.George Estey toMisEzaet
A nd 'ow ? H e.repairib tok.a bookseller in M aiden 1816 -.-4380 23 it, i -' Ind,, T rade-a tud C colonial B ills 1,ere. :1 IH' '. ,' .%....1 .._-..b d,- B. HY 'c g Y*ir. 0 o a6 B u- beck to M is' s L di' et
'y Ian hluys at French D .*-i,i ,i n-l4.'l'-i to, 11817 -5767 35 1- ;, <- n T i '" '*" '. '-mo ne).11.1 ,,Ii., II`, M n ka ;M .riim sB re k oM s y i
1 u e- r.e.a d at t hi d t in e a i n d P a ss e d J u n e 7 I ,n t ,ie ,,' ; I ., t o a l l ,, "4 < ',: i "

tru t th vol l'," o,"' u.[i...,' "'"....."'111..1 ,'" ....',Very .1 ...8. b78'-7 6 ,5 f ,,1. hi 11 ...... Ih.......I'"G.Worel] a'r ioowi,;thn;r-." 15 rson'snotwoBndadforthe""oDMis...
- I Ji I.. ,,I~iil~o]r inirlu.1,1,; iteirl 1819. -4774 39 Hbtiise of.Lords tliev we're' Ordered liar a second t Llat sam W, V .. .Si i .S .. Lu .- ,i lf I l I ld iC ie 11 u l ,.jI, 3 0 (A 1 6 w .."*'n or tir e 4 7 6 ) -.. .. .1 0 t h O f J u n e i t .t I tl -'y s .. -M r Z-p h e i ia"s B ra-l"o r d t o M is s S a l ly R i c h a rd -

e ~~~~~ ~I I..: t e t. b. e t u ss i c' p s t t e xhetO re)C ofi ce s s v W1H va a M h itney, e rca nt, o M s
t hiq,.i, ,pri.,-.1t, I.,,,.. ,, i. ,i1- l.'nn __ i. ;i .;-. %-I i, '-, itlie Iil -n iii ,.. _" ie On1 111, 31st we artie he e s f. a i soft; itlr. Joseph hte m r an o.M s
s fntos'Wh'igtondn e n ni' Expenses For tcnwyoars, `42,902, 17 the -report oil tile .corna. impiiortation bill Was" geniera] with Ihe remnainder of' the iroso Ih Elizabeth Pratt, daughter -o't John Prait, Eiq;
ble foot', e seta, oa th. easi, about fe ll days ago, O f this s.un lb e ,w as expe hded for the out : ghtup a d debated, and tie bill ordered for" -R ill.. t -eloss o tBaca hase r E dwa t Ie ore, "m of W sn.Barry
0 arfleclat all point, ,,; i, 1-;.d,I- i--,I-. ,.
1 .~ p~roe l a -.1l l..'|.d,d AI,,I.:uiLcE-firrl,llI;- alms-hon-e, in -if j, if ,.,.,1 ftiom this amountC tile"' .I..IIL.I-, ;, -1 i- ;.|o.,..- d by Life Afliaquesis of corps lo-t little except Oronoco in offir lilloes1 r: ;.'icer~s~seve In -Havanai, Mi. Char-les Pear, aged 27, second
a ot, w e believe, tra.ipa i : "d I ,.il. i i i., ,Iull I have deducted the alel ay re eceived front the state L o re ,id, -if% Ind ifiei I hi.irt debate, w asstruck *l .om ren la..e o) w itD .lo vca .utlt theB ow n m a te ot .lhp Bhht,.o [' BoaLb -.a prom rising
l seduced t.o tbetrap,ilot fl...!,.u-hh',-iI ,, .. tiI treasury, "Or tlee support of statetpate pers It ap-" ,, t' .I r ...O w.," ,r t""W."e*" uI.i"e:- 1 s-Aong these poor Trainor n young man. *,1 I I
ofse ,pecit'charm Ito ili.- m ,. l o" l. i i,-l i i ; ,,- p ears rfrom this list that it has cost the 'tow n fort .. 0"1'a yes 1 6 L a s S< ancd to ,, .,, ,., t, ,, edly wounded, {ell into t he O abis passage_ *f1,',,, M ,,,,,aI tE n land, on
fl.-, _- ll...,,1,1, I (.,- l,-I lh ,;,Ild,:i, hki,",..l|;e 4loo thousand, nzine hundred .and ,Iwo .dollars for tile bring il) a 'bill L9 amend Life Canada Trade. Ac-,. ,..- .-J:-A it,- -. -,n* Colonel Penango was taken board the brig L:..,ul.i, ,:.l C ,I,.- Chat, In the
.. Prsne, "-'. -- -"- lS AllIll eo ieur-Englsh 'aire well.The'77th Ni ,f L ,Ii* e 1VI-IWCAT
A *l,:- l..t.| i e u tle i oici-, ne'l.,.in, is not'so suppoittofthe poolrd" during tel years, over and-a- and to withdraw tle b bill to amend (lie Marriage, .....- ,. ,o o a T ,l ', u ..-, e | A" c 'l.l'' .L W CLAEKE.
S I ...1 i... il- 1 I-I.I",.C ,:.l [ 'At- --.tand o0 boh ,e all thathas been given by charitable associ- IServi ee A ct r,,,.l' l, [ I, I, i few rbill valor,o l. B oyaca could n ,ot b, t .surpassed. G od E sq.i..:a.,, [ ill r I, 1 di M i...sty'sservice,
that, l e ,- l. r Jd i,,iiu ,!l l. i. ai ,i h L i l, as wnw av- atio ns, co ntribl utions in .cliu rie hes an d societies, S e rvice'c, ; 1.,d I, b b l < i i o q w ,ht : ll-"du, "or Iris loss m ust as a c -.,i,, 'I- ,i o|1 ',: 1 ,,,3, ,Juii,, miany ye, a rs
ThJ~ e S an ls t papers to tireend of M l ay rr nslqh! ha edoubled ours, oesi rt ier m a iny disperser], past, ., J., o u r 16hL-. n.h
e a a, I'-c. t.e. iJ l;, i,.J I ,I. d 'l' virt es of. and the more concealed and 'private charities of pape o ty, f i e d o e a y d p p |,iLa.... .g r i DeputyCom-
thecultt-,p Slitald i jl,,tils, ilie expectations inadividuals'; wJtich, in the aigg-egate, probablyy a- various details of insurrectionaqy movements i '&v"-o ,ilu.embrace tbe opportunity of returning to t missal. u,: i,,I"

he has for ned,'we. .maybeallovwed to rconinimend .. no tnt to as large a sum as that paid ,out of the'.' Spai '" ilhic 29th theCo tes G m adopted tie re- r t"llent .edadds u -ompanes ofVa, M r. C. was born in Bo'ston )n the former eol o-
Lo ihe 1,..,It. ,, I i,..:, ,,ff tley-havea boun- pub ic eucasury.- Journal, ", -,'-' ` ,., -' I rilas r i,.. en_.irely dispersed." ny Of Iassachlusetts.Bay- his parents were l iic i-
,. -, ,[lU. .'J1i1, I f*llh: i. ui, p al it im m ediately, . I. I .- o l ard C larke E sq. a ;,l h : ,r,.i, i ,,1,,Ai,,d Susan
. r Lu h., U I. ou l -"eir reasIury.-Amer'ican --- wr T .- army, fixingtlie'force for lhe .--.,u,,,e ,'r at A town meeting conAeaedat Hallowel', Maine, W asloiv one l o ,,io., i ,,-e,l,:. ]i,, d % Ili tie
"i II -a.ou ..:tbirTeas tr.-neica. AVRI~LtiL laJUL'Y 1 -W-Jlol1a#t s/ir'e. -. I firstlt settlr1 4ewElgan.Iiewsdutd
.-" .' W o .e ..r i't l ., .,. P ." 60,043 m en, and a planfor ,t i. ,,,,,'., I ,. whichh on tl e 9th inst. o a tl e pet-tion ofa num ber ofthe e irnm -S w -Eho gla ud. H e.w as c ducated
"- ".T" ., ... W ferot a ;,,I-- zvi ,f-".G ioi, ,. l,1 ".[J-: of_. -t"''< -at tile, Go aS olf~tctd -ne
.. The North Carolina, 7 1,, ,nd 1 .I A,A ,0 .,left from some of our '4e. H ,:n.i ;,,e l r, lr.- ,;a I'.-.- each province : ., i',,,-f,,i, number e recruits I inhabitants, to consider *t-e subjectofthelateap- t'edireeiontt l e t tr n a
*fle Dela re olwaleiThurs Iit, io i N-!, .1k V If the I e e .;.. nora no '. -,:1 I P u Ies uj c o ofe. i. t.he .direction. .a. "xce.le .......... a.
undOrstand woad company thmie as far as aeLW11 i t i enextI,-,- 5 T "6 1, "l'. 'cl 1te1 -lTe trallof Mr. James Stuart, for the murder solves, of whichthe followingare part: chant, in which -occupation his talents, industry
. m arde, W hy is Mf W r i, 11 .1 f. ..11% a id ntegi ty w ere ,rap idly advan cing bis fortune,
1 ..f.? H ..,>i and t e proceed dircU et fg ( o rto | heard n fib reas n ,;,-.-i. IT;.-." l.D, rI "ofSit Alexander Biswell; aduelon tle 26th of R resolved, That tle -a tmpt of .D doctor A mohe -, ,'.o....octgr -A'
1 g, ca b t ,,- .. || -e:,.,, ,- ., t M arclirook place 9n tpe lOti at J ne, at, I. I.. I o i'ihise, to obtain tile a.ppointcent o ,.P ed oSpen nni to decide, O. ,:ilal,, d u ,,i. tble


S ,o Cuba- Step .en Casson, -Esq., Co ter, possessing talents l l ..... ret, l-c luru it doer 1rau-... in"a-I." w"s '_ ec- 1o the town, "- .d. aJord,.-. ., h..,eAs -
I er-Lieutenants, Joseph. Cassino Charles T. he ha's sustained in C.,iue-.f .%in.-- this; alo I-L,-,i' ,, l .Il if Ill 'n ,.-:.r,, .1 ran any-great hw a na d mei fits our collective disapp probation. hluic -eaiue elne t ^
StallingslRobert S-evy, Jolhn A. Cook, Thomas therieappearni to be no good reason assige~d,'whIy- u l I (,.,..% 1,;,.- M. Hn~i*i Cockburn, Mr. F~ran- Itesol~red, That tlie attempts 0of out- Public Ser. : duet, and Ile decided accordingly H. l :. .i,i'if
S Boyer;7 N than W warren, Sailing Maste ; Sam- h lie -should be deserted by Iris coiatiluents To; "J y" / t .. vais, however elevated in office to use the eop, not to undergiu > JIIi, i L ', i 11101 t. i I,'tIla
nj Ion els s -Iis p liial c is J c~e y rq a nu oth lels ,w e e i..,counsel for tAir
uel Hi T revett, Surgeon .Ilnji, ,, A W el,, A. check M r. P. thus early fit ,s political, I e er, ,' 'r l '. n'tnlities for national duty to the ltur'poses of native land, :? .I.. t.- t'h e..
11 distant Suprgeo, .. John l' ee ', Pi,,t-.r.. Sanut e seems ati least u..wise aid i md poltic;'aanc pirtic'- btuart. 'file seconds of thl two parties were the fa" ily aggrandizement, should be promptly con-, recently cunqu.-1 ., .j ,, ]0.- ,Q *. "
S. Cogtmen, lieutenant ..I M,)ro.:.i. Midship- | ularlyso, i this place is tobe supplhd by one or:' principal, witnesses. The -defence was a justifi- downed yafiee comni y Siortly aH- -l. |,,-d. M'r'l. ,1d Vi Ma-
il e no "g 7h o un i es D o r, l i, J o h n C h a u n c ey C ho s t o I ,d o ub. tf.l >a e n t ai n d l e s s e x p e r ie n c e uW e k n o w t l.- I t^ I R e s ol ve d, T h a t t h e c o n d u c t o f G e n e rat a idcs tY 'S S e i ( I 1 -- ll .. i c' i .- *e
;pher Lowvnfes, Mason Wilson,- J. BS.-' Wtherell, Mri/Evans only'asvwe know Robinson C rusie-by, ca George Archer, William *P. Piercy, -John Pleas-.. t s6r lhsavnue-l e a lte f acquittal *-**d.ti~u ir-.,,, ihle r box. his Death,; m "'enfl1", ^ lle I"S" ? Uea h Ind d ", a i
a l toii G ,. o irg e W S i m o n s, J o h n aR o g e r s F r a n c i s i n t h e s k in s o f b e a s' t s e q u i p t w i th a m u s k e t a n d I" p o u s h e ai dc o n pedI
.Stn Guon Chapin, C ain's Clerk. ; O-fce, New. York ine',to-theoffice ofPost-MastereS this town ie on'Wlet t h e 1, io long"f killed d ,fh

.- I I h o u n d s t h a t l i e e n e o u t e r e d t h e p e r i l s o t ti e J u l y 2 8 6 ]J. M a g a i n s t i h e k n o w n w i s h e s o f i t s i n h i i a n t s 6f a d v a at a g b tO l l e .u b ,._. ad nu c l i c Cr l h L i
Look o,,o, Pic tC.--esYestergay o forenoon a w wilderness and .tie flood a '"PedeyrTos lot he accounts frotm O dessa are'io tihe, tlh which there is a violnt presumption, ,s aa-re-' h'aself. Anxious ,on..- ,,, ,. o b.i,..,.all ..... ,nd
genlteman, who arrived ,n this city but one or two |.to.,ew.0ile>ns,by die way ofthe Lakes,U.c lc;' Publican and tberits a pulic expression of ourdis Sister, resident in L .., u,..I...nook I -
days since frol the southward, had his pocket G- I az. M, a y, | .,C ,,,, .l t o I '.I., -e. t a iguing voyage, cn:.,i.... -i "",, ,, n,, tie #-l& c_
"~~~~~~~ Th. ,, the> cuti of'- il", ofact|SiontlI. 1 I n'l 111tl r.
. book containing near$ ,000 0, iclr-.lI i,,.,,n.l. e ln l ik n ,.ll (I .. ll ,lRe esol Olvedl el W a lla j eolr ed, That the canat ie c of tire Post-Miaster iloa thatshould it |pr.., t .... ai f )o i,- de ",. ing
side pocketolhis coat,t, ,..r Ia M C ,, dJVan1 CONCORD, (Nl r. an9 -M. Evansre d Moldavia by d tte Ttukishtroops. Rs- General ";..- Ippointent to Dcto adamostexustJ rm h ,
S.\,i I." un"ctioni room, o01'-in flle Tontine Lof- I,;,Q -,,,,ra| years in the neighboring town o(f slal't" vessels were O.-. 1110; Pt Odessa, with Ainos-_N0,'-.., .- -I---, -h-. well known wialbe otf save'his W'idow and-, young Orphans from tire:.
1-c H ..... W ife a0 e elite led the a c i nra m f, O w l lOru l iurao lb0 tco s ltng ou R p es n- pa g SO | f W tS
i H...... W hen lie ,*d ,he i l in "oo ri I,1,.,,; and it is well known tlitat,' w 'ile train, p'orostantinuple. .liT e w erCiaints said town, nd without co isttl ng oar Rpresea- Ia g" witnessing his dissoluto ll. ."
u~e pocket-book wass fe.ni hs .pocte~t. tr m ten"e, lie could not have received hall'f a'dozen are so cniofident of ,eae litit ,a ,..ins alivev, sa digression from his,usu l practice, a A le I l,,qu,.,I 10 his enmbarkation on
Lhece jle passed on- to the. ie Coffee HOuse, and Liter' an I ,i p t ,r ) re,,s1^ aI0 t" l is 1 tl i, .L t h -
'- -.,votes o'antn ,,, ;i d. o I. t .O 'o f-gU o )oiatb iu disregardin- 1w Rtle astui- l,, ,. .L-, ,11 -1 Iej,, ,:,hr b ~adled fordti
w while there, l. .,d occa soion lto .;rl'er.to so mn m em o- ,. pplic a io l o _. ,1 .... I.,, ..... I .a... 'll as .l' S th o it rpt |e o r se t, ie at u i ,tat t an ces given, to M r- H rrick, an d hich w e lear I.,~ ,- -,,, ...l ......: .>.ol ,i ...... t1 I, groan. Or
ran duni. init, when he round it was m missing. ca didate uo r Congress, alleging his extre me. povn "le `ie ;. 'I t several vessels have been i sL u c i o ly )e acco n ted l in a n n of station by' -s -hIngs iruggcr;"i g L ulhI il ta.4r, lorwh ich .
'. -- I e ry,and t a he shi u ld be rined t',i1'li t duI ao t ed d it o )y 's, lld er l libes circtin isn i ,est i l supposing his D epartm ent bas yie d ed to the in- so many great and good m en hate: so ardently
NEW-YORK, JULY 25.-A man of decent np- gel. this or. some eloher officer, we (tno o. believe 1 per cein( .flnence 0Ja well known cabal fbrmned in this prayed.'
peaiane e was apprlebended- yesterday forenoon in bhis personal applications and appeals to tile earn- A biioodless duell had ttkett iil'ace in Paris Stnte to 'eecure to ileinsplve3 all offices ofemolu- -, 'M rs. Copely, mother to tie present Attorney- -
,tieact or pickipsn g a Rtitlh.man's pocket at M essrs passion 01tnembers, aloneaccomliplished the t;n". be tw I ee i "N.I Benjamin C o. o t I, t-t... 'General (if E nglIand. I Id C) Mr lntreal Gaz. '
BogThompson &' Ga's aueliuit room. Oil be- illation. To -somec persons lie was fit debt ; anid Sta6""" "J"11 ulsllit adti lle I--- I '.ea Sumervle S C)Ms ar ak
ing takento the police .office, he, was inmediately these probably calculated ttint in helping linni lrquis V orlmll des issarts. As the horilier T|,e annual Commeincment in the University in tie 105th year of helage ;-also, about a week.
rec ognized, is. fi old o nder. "' thev.,, I Itid hep lln ," y s. A d w e.'lvBS A nd w e b eiv he ard w a s la m e, an d'eu' t ld not stan d ,tth.el', tl v, erey e no, e ns l va n i a w as 'held.. T hurs. d aylurs aIs' previous s M rv G eorge C ou llr her l another agedl6
S, I 0 1 -- o f .,, 1 ,-,1-,,, t, h p 4,,., ....,1 ; w h o has, in one in stan ce buth p ro vid ed w itli -c h airs, a iitn in th a t. w ay .. ,I .. ... y a. -. -. I,.
A Hackman sleeping ol his ox, fell off, and at least,old an o/wicefor'a pecuniaryconmpeeisa- ionr. p!. .. ; ..... p .i l "a le r"e' eo A. B. was conferred oel t,velty six, ,,[.I t 2,,al.).. C l,' t, h M rs M ary Sew all, relict
tl e carriage wheel passed over him, broke lls W itho at charging to MV r. Evans any exIraordina- t s" =' l" < you g gentleme twe o.v on eo who a are -of th e -'h e" Sr i E. ,I u i Poplar ll, M aryla ad,
ar m a n d se ve re ly b ru tised h im .I ry c a p a b ility o l iti rig u e," it m ay ea ily b tc o n- tae s Iye c o n s ot er o n"Ish u.dc ity- li t e i er 'o cp i a d e lp h ia. : "-I., *vJ 0..e -'L .' *l..jth in. oW illi a B re n t, E sK o f,"
~ 1 I '' ^ .ceived why a .%,ery few other -es n sh ul in *- I.l i l, I I-010ii. -
JulF.Y26.-L. B. Depau, Esq. has been appoinl- !trigue' for.him. .liat the people will consider FrLomCar-ituccas.-Tlie BaltimoreF tederalRepub- .... -'77" ^ r rn Pcanslvaii nn -+i. iti Tlu i.,p,
.ed by thie Minister of its Mosst Catholic Majesty, such a1 nomination as legitimate, is what we never 'e i' abegbn-te following letter "o the Aaglo ae ,gs~assentnase gventouie Act of t H 'umt aoed 3 et: Sillythaa" yes, n s a -
V.i ,e Consul of Spain for the State,ol South (a.t- can be brought to believe It. Colum It is stated to be tilleletter o a ,f- ..-te Parl'iet of Lower rCanada, passed the last and on the /7th JosephlParkHannmag
',,, .' -- c I year, for incorporating the M ontreal Bank. 7 months, and 14 days, child ren .f John
'A rge and respectable portion of t se citizenea, I BANGOR, JULY 26e-3 Counterfeiter.e i o I p e. n a ds- .. yearsin .o li. ed r o0

:l'lI. -, i rbl rthes .d acd-G~~oI .n ilnd- P" '" g. "h.shie .ount,,dboth.
of Norole l have procured and presented .to the I Thursday last, a mai l by ti el. nam ee of Th' ied t Co Se.13 ; aoreste C il det tewy. dI ciwcur stas e s atduweadI rst-
Hon. Ci sar A. Rodney,.ai elegant Urn, of silver .Lfddndhs broughtibefre Judge Perhua, (III. I O Jn1l82leter Cana.-Itis announced inethe eovI- 0|:,1 1-"q tin py Thecircumste' an"eahte n ding ash iel
p a a t o "wt rk- ,,ed with having and passing Counterfeit, B3 ll it W e left tllis town O L"e 1 9(hyld; with not quite ret-ce American, th t M r. Benjam n W nght is en' .l... t... Je| ., l ie called Iis brothers ad
Ll- I ,-.,L IV Ii, I1,. ii If..vusutai, Calipf. Jay Blarron'. I appeared fr~om till, evidence lhal he lhad of fraud 1000 efriactive fireloCkS, buL were -joined lire next gaged to survey, eakrly in tire ensuing autumn, the sisters, to Iris bed side ,,and shaking hands wvith
TlOIt hill. l."110,1II i -mail quantity of Peaicnes,. previous. -He was searched and fio bills found we reached Pedregqi with little alteration in out p idne plt iikanetme of tir ex- that hewnas going ,10 join his siser. He thealre-
which ",11 I.I.O.I.L.I1 sell at a good Price this oil him-but after the.examination a se ar'ich-wits Itarce having, roted, on-lie road^ aboutece aud0 tils makV an esaeoltee. uested his mother t put her airm under ht? neek
ied with this dIttoeitedthit front the nehehbol- bas directed a ^ ^
very consle e[ i IIJIideal ubroctnefi ,l eeI"lt iewno utisb u on .n l i
.ci,1. :",-,;.. .. : ........: ..1,. Fives of tlteKenneblec BanltE. T. W, n .dnt o a"l; oedaeitles ele u "'" '!edand in atout 30 mu s ecaedtoreathe
a ....lerquaity, t .. ..... l. ... '"-F; ",rUS.ailk, y .btutiadee wocaSuit to bebrought against Seth Hait, Esq. fur 'a I[i13rdeatown, (N. J-) Mrs. -Sarah Maxwell "
gui i- Itis t h nghtou r market ri tbe s ni ,led ; i TP I, many t the indabitantso ,, and every thing" wore t o. A L. M -Sara' M x e o. -
SI, P"s ) t rur ib e aspect,;l i 'beli publishing tlec queries under the signature G bbs, consort ef R ev.-AllistonaGibbs, of South .
ro tatq l' !' tnit I,-I- ll.I i t l e .,;il-.e t ,% ve o t eH- v'l~lP es. I .1;C raia a e 3 :.I"
f r n ( l t Ilr t r M I F iv e s .. h. i ,d n I- fu la P b e e n g r e a t in p a s s in ig t be C te r r o '- o f g a in b ~a a l as s a 4 /t al e/ ;1 .,I l a g d ]
".fire... s p. ,eoe....s ........1: I "lens e'*tar .IhJ l,.--...... J!. (Toenetisut. u r ,a. onecticuta e /l 'sule iriuhe ro s O 'the'e d .wc '* II New-London, Mr. Eli Adams, of tile late f-
port'andolltenwaketheepassagein30,t3o40.iouLs, He Was bound over tbo appearahd lake hi h ria I ,is excellency marched Mill. lli! colu anl of'Caca- --- -f firm n01R' Adams & Co of .Bostono ", .
. -. a x, at the Supreme Court, to be holde'n ti and lfor tie -dores O inuco and Vargas, lo C r,Iaca,' and we Cum ng and ,McDnffie.--A fnrtlier publication I H ve'rlull, (tNH.) Mr. Silas Read, merchant
- I Wf YORK, JvLY 26 iW e .hlnave been ,in- cou tmtyo el tPenobscot, in tins place, '.,o October followed -bi a> the second day, leaving Padre To- has been made in the Ang ',ta, Chronicle of tie and Ipostmaster, of Plainfield, aged 44. '"
l.r.. ..l -%- I n-i '.iu c ,,-: It, 1, L Ct Co 11- next., -Pe,,Ji "" rillas with his colul n (he 'a'ving bet .appoi ted 1 ,1, ... ,ip ... O nfcI, I -aeekonk, 214tl> i st. R ev. John u itman, Pas,
"i ... ..I .1- l.:-.," M, M cD uffi e, and .I _:_ governor o1- Coro) to com m uenc. ti e H ercul a 12 1 ....' ..... .. ....l.le part of ." "i l 'l-'"eP y to "sr the B aptiSt C church i ll (1 r place, aged 72.
0.h 1, ,-,,u .... i",,- h..n: h .ie tepted. Tl e SPRINGFIELD, JULV 2'4--W e understand Inbour of te pacificaLtion, tranquillizatiot la'd re- to the staest cement of Mr.'McDulie. At if tat date a In Waierford, 13th inst. VIr. Elocl-Wilson, ,
Ill .-..., I 1 "I'I.. .ce oi .ll or August. that a Mi. Fuller, of Sol uers, (Coiin.) oil Friday formation of thbis infernal territory. / By heavens, new challengeliad not been given, but (lie publi-' late oofAndover,,aged 27. -I. "
I.,. .. .. Com. av. iii g tlasti oafi nfisanity, cut his sonls throat, I l had rather have ancho Panza's government in ,at w. .ot .. o-a to lead t'o1 a ,Iil al -I" ansoa, July 4tl,.Mr. Joseph -.owland, ag-'
S -- a' td a tte mp te d to d o the[e s a m e t o h ies w il e, vW i c h th e is la n d o f B a rra ta ria N o th in g p a rtic u l ua r r re....... ." .. .. .. 1 .e d 7 7 y e a rs .
0,:.i ..".' .. -, S lomon Southwick, Esquire, late, she avoided by making ber escape.- Pat. happened till the eve ning of tie 4thJune,whentt u.Ire in.st. Mr, Shubael
p1'i... 1!i .1 .itAlbany, and Editor of' tie Plough I --- I positive intelligence was received that the enemy --- Pratt,:,iged 33..' ,' '.,
Boy, las at length succeeded ini getting himself PROVIDENCE, JULY 20 -Fiom Gottenur. had reached Secitilat day, seven leagues fron is, The Sea Serpent.-Several gentlemen at Nalant, lanNew.BtedfordMr.AbnerLitcfield,aged.28,.
nO li lated byap nb nl eetling, 'for GovernQ at The ship Wlias iarl 'n, Capt ain M lit Page 'b attleir f rcew als o kn uwn The t I l 1 1 Sunday ] -tli, had a distant view( if bis c cle. loraerlyofScituate.
thlis siale,'i.. oppositioa.to Judge'YateK arrived hereoa Wvednesday last, i 47 days" l"roiui ing w ae-marched about .9 o'clock to meet them, bratcd Monste'r of lhe deep, hosee periodical re-. Ia Acton, Mr..Jonathan Hosmer, aged 88 ; '.--
Fromn, the .91iany 'Regi.ter (Exiraj July 24. Gottenbnrg, leaving be etabsnie about two years. with 700 area, having uniturunlile y been obliged turn is now ascertained. Silne uwhlcl..i e lhas Mrs Hosner, wife olfthe late Samuel Hosmep, of
Regul ur .oinination'.-7 htsevening, at tile call- Captain, P. infol'i'ms,; t lat when lhe sailed, there, to sendlStO onicom aissio a 2 dAysibefore indthcy been seen every d-ty by different individuals of the Concord, aged 90. ."
i"oLI boloniao, Suld liwasit omiatIed Ir gav- was no political news atiGottent.urg. Commerce, ,ladnotretarned. About 12 o'cl'k~after havjagpassL. highest respectability. He was observed this In Bliddleborough, 19ill inst. Mrs Sarah Bish-
-ernor of thei slate f o' New Yo.rk, by one of tie ofevery kind was extr'emele la guid, and the talje edthe towny afD alinjU o,al)bo at 4 fa league, welmet morning very di .tinc tly-,and we hrar a letter has op, aged 28, wile orltr, Ze sas B. .
larg-,strep nblican m eeli hgs everr held here. Ti e com plaint ,ol hard times w as often in the. m outlihs .iree o n s, Srngg lrS o l' M orales 's army, w ho I received i l town describing Irs appea ian L acase ,o e ~0 l u t Is 'ael A'tler-
ea ),tel wa.y crowded lo overloinig .. -tlhe resolu- o 'tJ pcopile. JEver'y descri ptioa" of prey sio"ns infOim'ed the gener al tbat Mlorales,< with al i, |&'* ""* Do. T hu~ojlrsday ,iasi. ton_ ,f, aed 82~ .li D. Allero ...... nat, ,..S iilve ofl thleO .* I"
.ion.s weI. i the spit o" .seventy-...x and ninety- iasvery cerpo anti2d t0i pce of labour so ntc lrIrre oale 12Q nei and twg. pieces ol* a"tillery, front -J-" a oining.' tow of H d H.e I erdi le.. at"
- I,. -- h,' people were prepared .ogive .iem a. reduced, that .tl.e wages of" a shipwrig.t "did not Los. Puerios, wa .hiar-. i.ng by a .road aboat 600 c c,) h,.d a, Broa "a tI." SewI. C'afbridge- 1762- and recived his 1.,a.l.,-
re e d isch~ so n -a nd l .h a rty '. o n cu rre nc e M ri e x c e ed tw en ty cen ts ,e r d ay a n d s ea a ens i w a g es ra ce !: d is ta n t,,a nd p i ara lle i:. to o in th e o p p o site '7 "f-- m i ; H (III D n l : "n c a lto t. t n d e r t e a'b le i si 'ru r tio a .of,'r~ l,.-H ol' o .t. "
So u lln c k t's niii w er ) "c c ep t t ii l e n o um hn a tio a, vi'c e o n ly tw o d o 'll nas an d e ig li t e n ts p e r am o iit bi d rec cio to a ta c k u s n o u r p o sitio n o t B u c liiv i- e/ ^ /"t~ r 'e .- 'J li e n olil. -L U tl ttiy ~ lJ. 1 eu nt ii ,n W^ o u v iv e s nim H e "c o m nn r, 4ed; ,'lh e p'fe s
v/ais lbi 'le, b nt nilhy, a !)d w as re (ceived w it lh acc la- r ul 0 S w edes, bow ever, a rn' an ec aono iceal and 'iw at ," W e in ai uediatrely broug lit left shoulders f a -or ,' .n~i~l*> h is- -p resen te d to tlie M ]assach u- Si li at L an eas te -, A .B 1765 peculiarl q ualfled
nations lou d an d lIons '. N ever inas there m ore i t'dustrio as people, a ihd tile free s tiole0 on tbe "W ard; '.crossed dhe uiterm ed tate ground betw ee a setts A gricult tu'al S oc e.y, 'a R Iam i o f this by Iis eo n.- t etiion, In bene v 'olent and~ -' am able .
harm o niy-or z eal .l.-)Ii .,,-,J ,n any public nm eeting ; E an ncasteria ni plan at .VMas thtugget, is a a honoura- thec t vo roilds, a ad~lollow ed, their steps, but bad breed, iist il tll Jour ed. .toni per, and his acq aire am e ats in m medical cience
a n d w e (:aan o t b u t bo p ~e Iba t t hii tr u ly ,. r e g u la r Ib le p ro o f o f th e ir a tte aiio ai to tl he i am p ar ta n t n ob eo t m ~a irc h e d a B tii e b e fu r~e w e l 'e l .l in .w i th th e e n A a t m d rE w e i l te fi r s t o f th e 'a re in f o rt' h e' d n l tl es o l h is p uo fe s s io n l. H e e a r 'ly b 'e c aie
1 0 1 1ni i n l i u h _lVy t i le i~ o v ,. r e i-. _P f o l e lh e m ns e l v cs j e c t o f am o r a l a n d i n ,e c t u I c i i l t i r e. F e ar b t l i- e n my w h O )oti ( lnp f n g u s i n B ac l l lv i c o a h a d a l s o < i ;. n i t 1 1" i m e l n e ln ln e i l t a d p r) a c t s o"d w i v t h i n c r e I S n r e u i t ation.
is IUL. li 'in cei l' i it,,'.~ ,, ,. -usurpatoio dred poo children 'are iri~tueted in this school cout ie 'ravched .id were d 'r ti z 'ig at a tluik tto uced ntlo iltll country, were prosentel luntilthle iifiiniities ofna .. .. acc l ,ra. ,..l
i no loagr triumph over he counstitntio, laws inllhi, e~leneltarybranches of lea'ning,, at al ex- whe. Moiales hleard we were ib i3 eair -- le by Gen. Eaton to the Hon. Timothy Pick-l-wr ousr oroe-sson, coapl~ed hi" to retie ro ....
an ti ,bib ticd of.tbe land., 'T he w liole proce cdings p jeiilse, it is said, not exceeding' oM ehu tidred 'it ot jn taiedi iltciy form edV a 'inOS in extendedorder nin 'eri rig tite n residrf nt in P ennsy lva ia, byvthe tive du ty. l' e retained h s tental faciuties and.
wil app.r inour 'nexi "eguhla" pblcation Tbe | .lhllow ung i s a tcopy o i th e no otce, by w hichl the 1bl e M merchants ol G ottenbu~rg w ere about re '- .uman ) and. tlie colu mnn f C o idiq ai InI close, I be- P resident of the P hll idel ,,h a A frrifu t uri 'll lt e i tueiting w as co unened : .. v yiy ng t beir trad e w i ih C hinua and flu ids to th e a lie~ve, o a .tien 'le tt fl a n k O n o nr pa vlt hte co lu m a ,., re id n o t ,-i 1 ll l n l l m "gri v t ', p rep l r 'aio )rv k no w led ge w as ge nerall y d ee m ed~o f ,;
R H I'U B L IC A _N, M F E T I NG. | n io u at o f 10 0 ,0 0 0 w e ire to le fu rniis e d to th e o .V ,a rg as. c nm m e n c e d th e a tta lc k). e x te n d i in g its So c ie ty s o m te y e a r s a tte r w a r d as., g v e th e. f lO -. jitil n i uo rlt a n c e e x c e pt fo ,,r ll ..i e t ..t.r a n d' "4 ;t ../ t -z _
Those electoi's, yonaig and old, who are oppos- : first ship whbich should sail lur tlhat .couutry in the leh tm Guerilla) plourinlg tin a very heavy file ;- lowing high ebaira'cter ol' llhe breed, in the "lie;)practice of-pnysic was only in nzat>e areal g tl>8
e d l 10 .... .. i n .... .11 ,.n .J a re fri 'e ad ly tlo t eim e uisu ui g a atu am n ., O rin o o ex te n~d e d to dh e r lgig h t, a n d a d va n c ed g a l- tne m o irs o f t hia t S o c ie ty :- lea r ued p rof e.:.\uios. H e w a s -th e sitrst, a ldid fo r
e le~ tu o .i ,,i 3-. .i.. .u n tui li l% o t h le o ffi C e o t j .L u n o on p a p e 's c o n ta in in g ltie c o r l'e s p o n d e n c e la ri ty ap o ln tl e e aim m y T h le se tw o c u rp s iio t v i r s o m ne y e a rs t t: o n l pv ,l~ic i n in ll ie C O u n i ety w 1o
gov ,itrn eor ft is stale, a l~ e 'cquested to neet at ;, betw vee a t he .ussi ai M 'i is le 'aind tie A e l can ttlSt lpr tg above 250 nie u w ere ob iged to give 1 k no no an b e ol se bue i r and .ad 'pa sed "a course of (' olle 'ia te sliidies or c ,,-
"tI t.!.c ;.,p tl ,this cvvcn iiig, p ie 'is tly atse ven o 'clock R ecret ary o f S 'tate respectin g the trade to th e w ay a ad closed to th rig ht a nd left in so nas co n- i < ew eq tual to it : I tsU ee~c c is o t le n rs t q nality inenc 'ed t bo p ro fes~io n o~l tu -i c i ene u ad er lhe .ad -
to d ryis o suc h i easerea ,as s la ll a Pp lea r to th em : -No rth we~s t C o ast, lad bee a rece ived ta G o tten fusio n w hicn C o l. P ena n g o o rd e red B oyaca to ad -! a l(ltl le va ,lu ab l~e p arts sin g u larly g oo ud _N o o th le r v,,( a -es o f a co m p eten it p rep a ra tio r a ad f~o r a
prop lertto ef 'een llheir w is bes, and p ,nt a stop to a burg T be o w edes w er e gratifi d that the U ni it- v aance, w lio w as form i ag colum n, a ad liad already A lr 'ican lneep is~to u ceco nm pared ,!o t ats species, to peru iod tlle o l one rw h ose n ,'ofesso hi; nl sci- "
svste um a I ch threat s lo subvert t le liberties of ed t tes s slo ad lave opposed w it so m uch sapir- l n co panies, or d, w he l t ihe w hole-corps ..~i fo "le e '~tn n o" "ad n d 't earse 'ee am ed to e 'title hunmto he a F e,.l'low ",of the
'o 'r c o aim o i t ;o u n~i 'y "i t a n d lirm n ess th e e x tra v 'a g a n t c la i~m s of K u ,ssia f se ve n te e n o ffi ce rs a nd 2 30 ale i, a d va ac e d .- ur ,se ve r 'est w i utle r s w ith o u t sh e lte r S no re o l jv i issa c lu se-tts I M ad ( ta"S o u e v H 'e liv ed to w it-
Ohr ) Ia fi *mal nueospaaxfeth ee colpan)iles eplnyd as wl asle ground e best lonam aitnd attoa sold in our market are ^ hlia~elvt~T ^
lias in) this state who i.l aealouly .second our. We understand, .saysthe N/ew-York Mecan, would per' lit, to lhe b i u h nuttle ttr o. ..', ', ...Iti .. ini rie)the er o"tti iedlwhc sno pea hoghmn |,,i ...on te ....li lo,. e' 'i ., .le ...... uroleS-
e nd eavou rs. L ~e t as b ut ac t w ith i u nli .(o a nd w i th iile 'A d ver tiser, t hia t tlie F nil to o S team B o a L C o al- llle lell p o u red tn a t d destructive fi re u po n V a rilnias i P a t o t n s 't l a J e s y -(tle r vo l 1 s o to a resp ec tab le sta nd in i nf s eie aca l an d "
fl 'n es s, a d t 'u nph w il c 'ow n our eff o 's pary li ve enjo aed t e p 'oprietor) of the O ~i e d rove the un back at the point ot the bayonet )'took p age^ t1M .) *- *t sTI*i 'nh la lial usefulnhess, 'a d to se 'e he ,.,l ,.onage
Tlisneo lite is se nil ort h by a en tain ler elrepub hi- B ranch notto In ter iere w itih their p~rivileges by the tw o pieces uf artidlery w which the e aeany d e- etleinal nO tlie t is he ieby given to t hle and p lre l'erencpe w liich illhe co nm mu anity liad so e ,nn
cea: s ofl't:schiool ol' "76 a a d'98. rli i ig, ,a be-at, "rea Jersey, City itto Lon, ls'g- l feuded. gala tly (the g 'oun d being absolutely Fainne 's of M assachu setts tll ,t t he R an t nt ow a'll,.y e tended ,as 'lll ) e_ftin .. tico ra~ men ltol .limpo sters
.A !d... ., J ,,J.i ;4, | ,-'. .... and Sou ad, tbro ua lh libe w aters i ) w which t be tr pa- covrred w itlh dead and w wounded ) anld adva uced at E -Iersey D e 'by's, a rd a t t(he d isposal of in a gr "eat m eas re w ithdr 'aw n' .
Ii. ..!.... .t,.,.li'., subsequent m eeting is. Io te ut gives them the exc husive right 01 navigattng tout be colu nn ot C a eado'res ) w io w hee ied i o 11110,(,e ,ru stees o 'ftoelS o ,t w ill be deli e- I aC barlestow n, M.h _N athanielT Stone, a -ed
be called for the purpose otn eom inati ug Joh a stea am boats T hle O live B ranc lh, it w ill be~rec ul- .1n nd gav U i a s art volley ; la d o ar n alnb eils .1 l l-.- "' *^ 'u -c v ... ,c' 4 6
C o n k H st|. th e 5ta l e [ib ra ria a, f or L t. G o ve 'rio r lec ce d re c e n tly m a d e a Irip to P Jro vid e uc e 'b e in g g re a tly d e c re a sed w e le ll b a c k a b o u it iliirty e ll 1o a lly g e litle m na l W ltO is tle sii 1o u s to o o- D !ro 0n ed o n S u un d a y n l -bt la st, in t l ,e S a:,.r e
M r C oo~k, is now in thils citr o a iublic lbusiness, ---. paces, rallied, a nid~adva aeced again w it b dlie bayo- lain a eross fro ml t his breed, h 'ee of cost, and .\v f i!,. E 0i~i.. i nh to~x b nirv M ill lD am Tirl..c ,


and oi his return, it 1 expected his consent will ASALEM, JULY 27.-On Thursday morning. last el, ad p ,siet.A ton tolhe coluam ot Cardeqn, in ] upon the sole condition of geo'd-treatment of .ll .1 "".1-. in I t.. of Bro1ofield.' "aed 4touI 23 "
be solicited lorthe office. f. s this iown, ta ouse lit lie w s esere, w.o gave u s a ot tm 'Otlu n tos ohoe Wobsts another volley At ttils o-[.' the.anim al, anll to be kIept, withii)le Stale. CTfie editors oflhe tf orcesler papap s are requested .to .
street,an elderly lady of the family rising a l a tve- ."nt seven companiess or Va nas, who had ralli- A nnlicationltobcnIade I naie{diaaiel/to eitiier "i"se"tthe above notice ]
N EW -YORKJULY 17.- H oboken Ferry Boat. ry early bua, went into ihe linetell, wheh was ed ,.l te lear ol ite e serve, ried out by llie.ir l.....he c,. In lus city, M rs Eli abetlh C New, aed 49,..
V S W fill Oftil fedas onIr t Al selnrentiiuUS ait Bv M Roe ve
- A n ,1.1.1 ; .. ... t s m ade last, w eek to "l' < filled w ith su c b a suffocatin g sm oke, tllat s .e w as le .. '. iAe us g t.g A ll s ,.ee i.g w i le. ..... : il l r. 'Robeit N ew ; H entire B ..v,
lae fl t o hijblt rsno] h olyL ll}sg i iy aor -yt '1webegu a1 0 E. HERS[- DE .BY, Lilem. i.ley $ sq-tagedn1e bunn; Llai e
C atc o0 l .1 .- st to prohibit" lle sleam unable tI a li e ti o.finid her Wa o;l'iat legli it ^ victo y I ur .sot) of Alli esy, 'B.'q. ag d 1 ieara ; L.111
t ro etreal, ut frst rtther in> a flurry, but halted and
b .oa t o f Eli e R e ssrs .5tev ,e as front t p ly in g o il the s ite su tc c e e d e d in l g eti ag o at 'Ivy tile lfr on t, r o o an ". "a,"J O H N P R .IN C DE ; li q x ~i nm y J oh n F ilie bl o w u j r a g e d A 6 ." .










PPOETRY.

ODE,
Feor the Ceteb,'ation of din.'riean ialependence,
Exeter,-(&Y.) 1822.
AIe, YE MAIINEItI OF ENGLAND."
Ye freemen of :'New Englaid,
Your uouaiirv i.calls to yiiU ;
Vour sir s were in itheforemost ranks
01' the eallamit and the t,4e. ,
T'ilwir Iirinihmlhemarls amd red right haAds
Her ,tamidart proudly bore-
Is lIhal tire,
To inspire,
'ouir mniaaly soil no more ?
(Oi ike .file tuemomy ofl the dead
Or You are ifce no more.
l lave you 1o0 hopes and glories
I'O uitmnlber >ntid iejoi.e ? _
YImr noblest uintliemn raise. to dliy,
Amndi aak thel canlflon's vole,- !
Your latlhri' shades would rerd their tombs,
And their altered sons deplore,
I J tlh'i gave,
T'o thL brave,
A hieirt that bti,-atS no more
Tlihen wke.the mem.iry of tlhe dead
Or you arc free no more.
lihey wrtt before you bravely,
Qfa the battle field and flmrol;
'T'ney ginedi their riglihts in ;lorious strife,
And Wrote lhintl deep in hlo'od.
Titey clarge yoi on your lives defend
The prize tiley won before :
AnId tie honr-
Andmilieprower
01f your eium.iry's pride restore-:.
Taei wake the iAh 'emory of lie dead
Or you arc free uo more.
Far oln tlle smme-r ocpan,
Yourm'weary Hnaivie, sleep ;
I ou iore they Ileiur lie blaze of war "
Im glory oue' the deep.
Yoiur seaS ti re b!ighlit with peaceful sails
Thi it litong l'roni'every lhore.;
And lithe wave
A'Is i me grave
,6 l'1y i,,ii fmi i mi.' '.r-e no min)rr :
I".,W I,- .J,,r, I-, '. iti..t. ni% L ie ,J. A
Who share its-holles'io w ore. ..

No gathering cloud of J.i-g1'r
.our calm horizon fil,: ,
And. war's list fir'e lIte died away
Oil your allies and your hills. '
BEt whelieagaii the.wa'chi-fire.ligbt '
Is ,kiidled 0i.myour shore-
O i ) he iilaili ;
And tlie. maiin
Let your angry 4i ntrs-roar- t
Then wake hll- spirit of ithe deal
Or you are f'Ce 'ni illore.
Now to yomur country's elory,
Let lfiCiSalsanld himlsbe.lrue: '
Lift high the stadardl of heli ride,
Her hope shiehbilds on you .
Oil itever shall your inatve land
I Viii '','i h, Viat iliimi: f
Fur nt.. fi-l./
W l Ier e '.vm uim '. 1 "
Shail lie yo r' homom ii'mt're':, l
l.imn! wake lthe nielmbry o the dead,
Qr'vou are free no muOtiC. -s

:, MIS E L, .. ...

BURNET'S LETTERTO KING('HARLES II.
[Bihiop Birnet in lhis History of his otin Time,
in noticing ai ioffe'r ofprefera'ent .made-'tohlil in
1681, o bljmrves thait Ithad a reason to "t imtrve ilthat
top kingg wam offended for what lie hid aone tihe
year before, df .which he gives time following ac- ,
couit: .Mrs. Roberts, one' of hlie initrpsges mu the
kini, spent for'thei biglhop wihen, she was on her
death bed. I saw her,"' says hie,1 very often
for some weeks, and 'among other things desirevd
her to write a letter tQ the king,..expres-ing'the
sense site had ofher past life-;, and at her desire,
I di'ew such a letter as I' tlionght nitight, be fit for
her to write, but she never had strength enough
to write it ; so upon trial, I resolved 'to wriim a
very plain letter to, the king. I set before.himn Ilis
past life, and tihe effects it h'Id on ihe Nation, with
tlhe judgments of God that lay on liimi,'which l as
bit a Snialt part of the punishment he might look
for.- 1,pre-ed upon him to change the whole
course oIbis dfe, I carried .tlii6s lettri- to Chil'-.
finclit, onthe 29tlidl' Jau;niry,,and toll the king in
he better, that 'I hoped the reflections on what
had befallen his father on tile 30tlh of January,
might move hini to consider Illse things more
caimefilly." This istthe only account whlilch is giv-
en of the letter in the Hlistory, but in the life of
Bishop Ba'rnet, written tby Thomas Burnet, we
fitid the letter itself. It isas follows ]
Jan.29th, 1619-80.


-up to so many sinfiul peinaures. Your Majesty
may perhaps juistIly think,Ithat many of those whoi
oppose youu have 1a regard tor religion, but thn
body ol your people citinsaider it more than you can
imagine. I dio nut desire your A-.ijemsy to pust 01
a hypor.rntical shew of religuo, ias -Henry iheThirr
of Fr'amne didt hoplling t4iereluby to have.ewcalieret
t(he storms ol those times. "No,that would be
soon semen througligh ; and a it would provoke God
more, so it would ii.reas jealtousies. No, sir, it
nuiust he Teal, anid thie. evidemn.es of it signal. Al
those atiotut y)ui who ane the 'ooasion of sint
lmhiefly tCle yommeu, usunt be eemolved, and your
court be reformed. Sit-, il you will tlrn you to
religion sincerely and seriously, you shall quickly
filtl a streie joy of unolhier tnatuare posse.,ss y.out
nrmi, tLhain n lilt mariws froum gross plt.asures;
God woul dbe at peace with you, stand bless aud
direct all your counsels; all'good aien woid pre.-
s. mily iturn to you, and ill men would be ashisaed.
ad have a ihiio party. For I speak .it knowingly,
thm-re is itothioug has so alieiated ti e body of. our
pei.ple from you, as iwhiat they lhae heard of your
'lii', which disposes them to give an easy-belief
-to all other scandalonus reports"
Sir, this couniisel is tiow almost as necessary
for yoiir affmdmrs, as it is for your soul ; and though
you have highly off-ided tiat 'God ho hasbeena
itlinitely mserciful to yu), ii preserving you at
"Voreester light, and drIming your long exile, and
s hom brouglhlt you iback so mui-raculously, yet he is
still good auiilg- eiuuis, and will upon your ,incele
rel.enimllace, anid clianmge of life, pardon all your
siuS, anid reeeime you into his favour. Oil sitr,
whatt il you should die in ii le midst of il your
suit At lie gr.-iat tribunal. where you iutust m p-
Iear, there will lie no rrgard'l-o h1ie crown you'
now twar; bit it will aggravate. yotir pinish-
m 'irt, thliit.i ilig t inso ;im iteita astatilon, yiou have
so 1iulnh dish li ili u 1.', a Guod and a life to corse, uld tlhat
., h I -l .1 1 m'|ia .-iuipmmuisl t'd. If your Majesty
wil;,r ntflect uioit youmh' 'viu.g now beeli twenty
i..-i s ,,.i thie ilroui, and in atll that time how lit-
t.e ',,ti, e glurilied Gild, how much you have
p, otoued himi; and m liait your ill exampiie uhas
td ;uiwu so us 1ii", 1 ',,, ;t l ii men are not now a-
shailoed' o! 0il. 1 h .,'. 1 jou cannot but thimk that
"` id is offended with you: and if you consider
hulo ill -youre1ouitnil. mit hoimi, and your varts a-
broad havlisne' ancedtd; ad how inucli you'halinve
lost lhe heart-ms of your people, you nlay reasonably
conclimle tb lis is uf-Gol, who will iol toUTu away
Ihis anger 'fro li out, til-l you tin toh mmin m %ih your
wl.o.ne heart. ', .
'I I am ao entlimn.ast either in opinion or tem.
per ; yet I Mackiowh-dge 1 halve bee' so dressed
in ily minrld to mike this address to you, that I
co'uidld Imve no eae t1 I did-it.; titd sinuce,'ol
4as pleased to dir-ecl me to0 sentit you through
Mr. (Chifliucli's hands, such inforimalion tis 1
tllmomghtfit i o convey to you, 1 Ihde.your Mnjesty
W4ill uot lIe ouffuiuled, if I have made this use ol
thut liue ly. I am sure I can haI e no other de-
silo itt it bult your good.: -for I know very well,
thllis is not the method tosarvd any.enlds oi my ownu.
I tlier-itore thirow myscif it yourl eet, and once
Inoire, in thie ame ol'f God, whose snmrant I Ianm,
(li nimsl libot ly beseec.louur.Maj sty, o consider
'ol Wimat I liarIve' 'rilen, aaml'not to despise i for
the uemanuess' ofthue persoil-who has sedt it ;. but
to apwly yourselfuto rehligion in earnest. And I
atire ati'.e vonu of rn;ilYihv blessians both temporal
and spiritiil tn hlti s uife. aaid.ofetim'il gloryIun the
li -to ctme. iU-t 'ifyoa 4Will gso0 min your sIns, the
jtt:lmientse of t;odt 'wi.-i probably imrstue you in
liis'Jife, -0o that you may be a iloverm ito alter a-
lge ,; mid ,1i uftem s hil elie forever tnmiserable; ammd
so your piorsubiect thlit nov. ama, mill lie a iwit-
iess ogaimst y,,u.mi iChe great day, that I gave you
this w:mmrtuniug '
,ir vo m|person alive knows, that flinause written
to vout o.llis lpurumuse:: -anill choose Ihis eveniniig,
Hoping ilai iyui exercise toimilourrow may-put you
imto m dinpotiidini o weigh it more curelully. I
hope your -Majt-y will not be oflfended -wiill this
sincere exturessiniu of my duty to you; tor I durst
ot Ihaeventuried on'ii, ifl-I had miog thought -.vy-
eif bouid tou tu'mit, both bythedut y I owve.to'Ogd,
i-d;tint.i w l ti vis ver obliges a e tobe,
: may il please youii Mnsepyq &c.
(Lifeef'Burmiet, pirxedto his history
-of "his eteum tine.)
Burnet givestthIe following account of the man-
ner in which thlie letter was received by-the king:
r Lortd' Arliam.immppeneditt t he thin "waitilu,and
bi canumn to ine nextdniy, antit old mIe lie vw:i sure
ithe king had a lhmg letter fro in ne, far hlie held
-tlu[1 candle to hinim kile lie riadj-it : hehtile%%e at
Ell'ti-it distancmee that it was lmy Ihaad;'the king
read it Iwice 'over' and Illueui threw it into the fire-;
and uut long afmcr Lord Arrman ttook occasion to
nani me, iamnI itu mng spuke olfn me 'tlfl great
sliarmliness, se lie perinlvedthai lie waits nulot plea--
t'd w ith m V Ilell'nr."
(Buniet's history of his own time, Vol. *II p.121.)

FRO-MT rF. CHIALEsTON MERCURY.
-DECLARATIONS OF UYN-G PERSONS.
"' F om an unpublished Namnt'sct'ipt.
It apmme,irs I'roan lite Eui)lislt .iutellig nce, that
Lavalette, a Fi eachuli Post-Master, whose life w.is
s-uved bv hii' wil'fe' devmtcimd fir!miesis, and by Sirt
Rtob-rt \VWilson's hardy interfl'erenc, thas lieein a'l.
lowed to rmliurn to .Franuce. Upon his occasion
hie thought proper to deu'y the maf''isaltion of liay.
inui plotted as(ainsi the reigiig ingtW 'Lmius.thi
iaim. His7deiaratio il is been puouished ill our
pipes, aud is >is fulows : -
S" DECLARATION.
It p. nrestnnpce iol' AlI,., Itv, (G.,lt ,hes -avennrear of


.i' o/.s-'iao ur aJesty::. perjunry', I declare, tlhat during thlln-p elevii m aontlis
-I mIot ,i piresiumed t itrounthle your Majesty -'ti y.ar 1t14, I neve i h d any correspondence,
for somue nmounth,-i n t having alny tllhig, worhy1113 your dir ecti or d inedirvt, aiti ny eo tilie p t'ersons who i -
time t ,fT- ind now-v I chlioose rah ier this way, haliteld.the Islandu of Elb)a HEmit ta epuch, atd that
since ;- h.ine dUty I uve you puts men under te- I never c.aused-anly letiier to be written, or receiv-
straints i discou in se w iqhi 1 cannot so easily ovr'. -ed iunya ltiver from thuenm
come. WThut I sll now suggest toZyouu' Ma.ijesty, m I ticclAre that I aMevert seat, or caused one to
Ido i; as ii thie p1esenee ol Ahlghty God, ti e t .set, to Ui isslaid of'Eiia ; and, finally, that I
w i'ij) I t klno .m amus give an accounts ol Iy ine- was aa tire sttranetr ml th le events which lpre-
tiuls I eliheflo Ie beg you will be graICunLsiy p-mred ad consul maitedtheeinr|)riss of lie 20!h
pletu".d to accept Ilhuis.Iost. fai tiu I2-"in inf your .jaichl'ii5. I uhit' this public di-laration, Vol-
poor' suject, lil, hasn uitluter nesii-itt it, tliun untanrily, withianit bing moved th'it by any itrriere
your good, and thie distlutrge of his olsi conuL- i mtsee; without being inmstigated by amy feeling of
science esn-utnieit, bun omly in lse iulterest if t'n'tr, I
'i must firstlifrp assures your majesty, I never had'lresolved tlo rrad it aloud ou lthe scaffold, and
discuvre d aniy ihlinug like a desigtu l rising i a re- to place it in theu hainis oftlie amttnding eccleshis-
bel ion amongg ill lose with who iI co u erese ; ui c; aid I req, ire that It nay Iue pres inted to siu
but I shall add on tie oiler hand, that iuo-t peo- agmini for signature at tli a-lt iiunient o' my a i'm .
pie grow sullen,; and nare highly dissaiisfied withiM .5 MM. LAVALT''E."'
you, and distrustfulol you. Formerly your minis- 1. 14 May, 1821.
t rs o' his royal h iihneuss,hore t lhe blame oftiti s W W hope thatm ai assertion t.hu.s solemnly miade,
tziat were nagraiteful; but now it falls upon your- vill ii never be tlai-itied ; and as we don't know
sflf, and time which cures most olier disteipIrs, Mr. Lavalette, sImlll pireumne every tl ming in his
ilicreas.s lhis. -Your lasti speech m akes umany f"vor. But having ountrsives witneiserud mow little
ti.nki, .,11 i be ea.y to fetch iup pentiuois lroum dependence can be placed oinn tle Iesitiony o 'dv-
ai p.ii- -t L 'eU : thin is now under consul ta.i- p. ., (or persons supposed tio bedyng by
miun, am d is not yet dutermnnined ; but fiad so ima. evemy body but thenismlves,) ie, are imducerl to
ny-aihlisied me |>oimote t laem, tlat as rf as I can gallon ulltheti a5 .1' i, lo ti, eily unhied.
judge, it wil gin tlat way. If your Dmijestv C.Ait, 1 n11.e iT-u L.Ji h too Csi couiles mi pe6uty ; ins
... ,e .e L ,,) i 1- y Ci-jeodle., ilplenty ; it
a tiuevpalimtame.it n I-s believed tli at elnose %wili s -", will, t I-).. 1 ., t ,.-e s, .Whoever is very
ao puo d Cte peniion will be generally e- ready to swvear, is very apt to lim.
'litedI; iforitehe iinferior sort of people are much lDie auiitioirity givenS to this sort of evidence in
s|t impon them), ad make theirjudgaieit of miel courtts of justice is thus explained hiy one ofthe
Ifr iii lheir behavlou in that matter. Tle sober- best ImEgmlish writers Ol Crimin" ial Juriirupiidie ce:
est sort ol'those wlho are ill leased atyutrcon l .ten the. il y is at thie point of death, and
duam, reckou that either thie stateoltyour aiflairs ibe- wlieu every hone of this world i s gone ; when ev.
yjaud sen, or of your exchequer al home, will eie erv motive to (alsehood is silticed, anal the umind
iotg necessitate your meeting your paillaalet; is induced by the uhost powerful rousideratious to
nanltihat these things inumsl be rectified; and Utncre- &,.l, ims -tin,. ihih-a situation n, it awliul andl snolen n
before they use their utiumo-t endeavors to keep al l #c ie -I by law as cruatiag ai obligation -
q iet. tl your maIjesLY li as a session in April, for qutial to that which is imposed by a positive oathli
supporting your allies, find it is resolved by iianu- -administered in a court o'f justice." By Lord Chieft
it'y, t tinat c miu0 y, necessary to maimtain your al- Bdron Eyre, Leaclh 567-
lianees, sh-all b e putiLinto tie liund., of thle commit- Alas we daily see ilt'tamnces of tlhe most appal.
sioners, to issue as they shall answer Ci t)n tie o h)ing inerjury an d equivocation. Mr Brou"liatinm
houses; and tiheae will be so chose.), thlat as it is lately swore (" like our ain'is in Flanders." ts
likely tha thie i)ersoms will be very unacceptable nmiy uncle Toby would have .said,) that, lhad lie
to you, so they being trusted with the money, 0ilh been one oi tlle QQueen's judges, he would ave
be as a council f s1tte, to control all your coul- pronounced iar int. guilty." He took care uon
eils. And as to your exchejuir, 1 do not iid any to say that hlie iuntreuated the vengeanceofiHeav.-
incliuition to consider your inecesssity, !la m ua- en if hie did lot think heril innocent. No, nno,-he
lmy tliumgs be done to put thiemn ino anotlher dispo- distinguishled with menial reservation, as it is
sintiO, than I observe ini teIm. TInu things tCat called,, between legal guilt and moral. -n t.o i-co
wi.l be-demnanided, will inot be ol so easy a diges- Voiait %vii[ he say upoi hls adeeth r.,, ; pino-
lun as that llan iagine you 'will ever be brought vidced neverieh's s le is persuaded tlt hits
t1 granu them. So htallnu.m t1ldisuorder of anfirs, time is really come ? But a lawyer is so apt
it is .-'.sy to propose dlillicuile-s, but uot so easyLto to make sure of' goiitting a new trial i Where
fin lout what m;y rruiuovec them. tie imarty, says Mr. Peake, who makes a dyintg
S" iliere is aOn tlmng, andmd indeedd the only Ullng, dueclaratioini, is so infamous as not to be couipe-
in wlici aWllh lhi -inn 'uet mide, its uImi wlnvici cant ta to giveevidence if sworn, the circuimstance
easily extricate you ont of i, yur troubles: it is o| his apprnoaching dealh gives no adJitiounai cred-
nu1 6ite change. of a minister, or of i council, a ite his words; and, ,the efure, the dying declar-
jnew allliancu" ora s-ssio .1 parltimentii; but it is atiun olfa i thief at the gallows i ot r.c ived as
(ami suffer me, sir, o peak i tl wittlh MOte thiaan ay evidence whatever." Peake 16. Upon this
ordiay earanesimes.) mt change in your own henrt, principle, Oine of our Judges some years ao rul-
and in y cur course t' lue. Andt now, sip, i you.: ed that the declaration, under tle gioulows, of a
do notwith indignation throw tius paper i-rom you, murderer, should not be received at all. But the
pet mitn me (.vtilth alli tlie humility of ht stu iject pros- decision seems .questionable ; ur, lie declaration"
ti-rate at your leet) to tell you, Ithat all the distrust ut i. r.ri-il, not to substaitiate any charge a-
ypour people have of you, all Ithe neossities you against any person whliatever, but to show that lthie
aware under, all thie mindigahtion o heaven which Delfundauthin a case/of imputed slande- (ai man of'
n ii upon you, and ippehies tu tile defeating of all the highest lionour and veracity) had'uot ivent-
yvotr councils. flowf train this, that you have not ed, or repeated on slight grounds, ,the assertions
%%aredluor served Goud, but haverOgiven yourself eu which the action for slander was founded-


y The declaration of a man under the girllows, with namnies ; this notable plan was adopted, by
0 to hope of reprieve, or even respite, inight,there- this entligitened Godfather, for the purpose,
m iore, it would seem, have been allowed in ,nitmga- no doub, of shewfig his learning or tl e cx
n ion ofdauoages ; because it was natural, fur any
I mimi, ignorant oh the rules of law, to cosideres-. tent of his classical reading. Tius we have
I limony so awful, as elitled tO sOne weight ; Rome, and Uicanmid.-Carthage,and Akthens
E honiglih tile law wisely forbids its suficiency to and Sparta, and Troy, and Palmyrt, and
e call down oil any person charged and pi osectied 4 Memphtis and Jerusalem, Brutus, Hannibal,
I for ami eine, thle p,-nalty thai such dying tesitno- ..ciplo, P odpey, Seneca, Band an uiimdred
it ny, adini.ted as evidence olthier.rinte, would in- ,. ..
I volve. -If the ci-iuimmnal in the abovecaseafter de'- .others. '(ot ld any .thing be more rudicu-
, hearing, tnder the gallows, that hie ihad been hired lois ? How-niuch beiterwotld it have been
r to conmmiiit a minurder, haid ec. -ived a pardonl ; and m to have adopted the names given by the ab-
h iad, upon t subsequent occasion bieen aluinItted to.;
Sswea"r (or uardon restore s credibility) that, theo igines of the country, or have substituted
SPI-itiffin ithe antion'mforenaid, did not so hire tle namnes of tile enutiinet mien, patriots,
,ttim-wiuild not lime declaration noder the gallows statesmen, and soldiers of oeur cuuntiny. To
i mave been received im evidence to invalidate hlls mty ear thie names of Potomac, Occoqiuani,
Subsequent testimony? .If' so, it would lihave been Tuscaioosaf and Ohio, sound minuch better
Good to some point- ; andi, if to any, why not inl thllan Tyber, or Danube, or even the harmno-.
m intig itiOt of da niages ag tilstf onie Iwho only re- I t. ,. '.
r pealed wiat huntidreds, besides himselfl, heard. "i"us cognomen" s ofSchluylkll, Fishkill, or
.Bat this is a digressio, thile value of wiich, ifit ,CalskilU. I observed at a liAe session of Con-
l has any, can only be fixed by lawyers. Of1 the igress, a tnotion-, to chatige thie route of ihe
two who then (vm.y proupely, because profession- mail froln.Hindostan, by Golconda, to Pa-
nlly) maintained the negative, one survivesto con. leetine, and found that those famuas places
I sider, aN ajudge, what is here, with great difl-i .. .
dencea advanced. The other has been sutimimOned wvee somnlewhere in tle wilds ol Indiana or
t. to receive the reward of a too short life, crorded lMissouri. What dfew my attention to ihe
I with virtuous exertionls. His name need net be subject at this time, however, and indttces
s to'dl'; his excellence need not be dwelt upon !- .ne to trouble you with tljis Itin-ce, was a
Both iare engraved ou the inemnory of his. frieturhs- p ii a lt ," Yrk p stting
r .plairhe ge 1rai op in a late> N ew York paper staling
amid etabahated int the grateful utlfeclioni uf. his ,. .,, ,
country. 'i'o his declarations, ,mf whatever kind, i'that tlhe .olmaster at Potsdat had inloarm-
the circumstances of aptruoachintg death atnd of e- ded the printer that all the nails south of Denm-
termal responsibility would have added no wveight. i *ark, except hose far Lisbon and Madrid,
StSuich in those moments ;is in all- thie pasts. .Iliad been .4estroyid by a fire which occt.r.red
t ruul t lest aaedroppod front -his tonuesnein-I-tj "' ., -
Iruiltt nostOolaeOt lehaI&Ie |as a ls
causemi tIe purest ofrerts ie l r h 1 t e- p ost office of Demrk. I s at first
Pexhalps, no cause of great nil.i-inu,.e ..id i,.- locked at this destruction of the correspon-
toriety ever involved mome r:e-,., r.it.t lesti ,o-. - ny than ithe celerIr.%t d D,1u.'i i C.i.,C i,, 1 .,l i civertil] lhar these .high .,,iui ttlig itim-llies
First in Scotladi ad decided finally tn til".H-louse.4nmeatrit two or three villages 01' New York.-
of Lrds in Enhlind. When itis considered how,., W .y a o t b i t. p .. -
geat wenthe mlir.dustry,learniung aod cuteness of at read e blowig p o the pow-
t.ie Scoteh judges, ,it may seem snrlristpg that der mills of Ro e ; being a good Cathohlic.
they were over-ruled in thie last'vesort ,bv argu- 'I turned pale with ilari1 f6or the sifety of
utients in which Lord Mansfield and Lordnamden -,is .Holiness the Pope ;,I but I was soon -re-
r conicurred-. These great magistrates -oftee'ditsa-- Jieved by fiuiing iat, ile Roi nse' nt was
greedt ; but upo eIllst occa.mio', were clearly and'
-decidedly- of one opinion. Wihat that was will be one of that batch of cities made in the Gen-
tseen by ia reference to tlie report of thesceas.-v ssee country by ,the above mentioned in-
'At pIesenit, our matteulion is, called-to what was gerriotis Surveyor General. Is iot this
r taid ol tliemt ial in Scotlald by thle Lord .resi- practice e oSrveyoile-ly cGenr 'a me of
dent ; he iton, had -Ieen reminded of the-credii practice sofservlely copying thenRitnes of'
due to dyingitesiino%"-, of which more tiah none ,rope, Asa, and Africa for u tows, o.
instance wasl believe, adducedin .-tie pr)gr'ess tI O be cisutlenaniced any longer.
of thIe cause ; but he hftid learned to Ie distrustfnul I have aboye, noticed only that branch of
of it. '- As to lhe'-deaih bed 4decfaratioiis upon tie subject which renders ts contolrpiible.
S itch som'unlc str'esshaIs.beenlaid, tainiie'.aid, Iv h ile however, I have iyp.en ".liand. I
o-ld-cnoiit'i, to hn..' r- hu-'t| tliti i.r'eons li,;e *ir "-e -i"
d once omimlitted d,.-peruIe i1, ime.1. i-,, t.,oufe, wil Pl'poiitut aapositie'veevilnto the-conmu-
carry thiemnil ot eve .o de itl. Pet,'h.pi, hoping ,.nity w.hidh proceeds from the injudiciots:a-
lor trtnit tlercy f-o.,i iteir MJNker, ihim-i tin 1ct>r- optionin ,o' naines. for Our towns arid post -of-
inmity of their crimes would notallow them to receive fices ; I ilmean the confilsion wicih arises in
here See i, 1Speeches-in lie -,60glas cause, "...6 trnst-i"sio. of letters, fiewpapers, &e.
Noru-lin passiona is 'stron-ger int duath,IThsisasn o eti re spa s
tlau tha t ( i piission it may be called ) of -hyoe. Tts csed by perittg 'vi's post of-
Srisy. If, says La, Bruyere, I marry ain avaric fifes.mitlte dnfferentstates to bear the same
or us woman, she will take ,care ofn my money ; if alne,. Buit'omen tl.isisnotti etorst,I;for I
t a gai.hbler, she may win.; if alearned- woman, she know ofseveralinstances in which there are
nImay 1ustroct me -if a vixei, ste will Iteach imen
patience ; it a coquette she will take pains to two or more oces of the. sa.me name in on
please ; but ill m Iarry a hypocrite thliat affect to ,tate. The consequence is incessant mis-
blie religiotus.(ue devote ) what ealt I expect froin titakesin the transmission of letters, &c. hitid
her who tries to deceive even her God, and who often their entire loss. It -casting my eye
almost dceives herself ?" And .iamin-" .i prude over a post office list, I observe, with some
fobs us off with -demure luok'. .,,J mse sonrdti; .a. "' ;-t' ; "
virtuoms womii does wih..t the ili 6 .-.)1, Thie 's'a1ht diference oftermintition in a few ca-
first consuhts litsr nhiumoor' anil coniplexion; thle ses, the following unltiplication of the sane
lasi, her go0d sense and her he:art The. one is names, which I-talte.he trouble to trans-
grave and austere ; the othlier, meet her whimere tcribe.
ait lhen you will, isjust what site oungliht to bIe.-- "'.i
The first conceals crimininl propensitts under a 5 Adams's '.Montgonerys
.plausible form ; thie other possesses a u tine of 8 Alexandrias 13 e'louin P leasants
virtue under 'a gay and ua$uected .dtmeanour 7 Athems 9 Moumt Vernons
t A hypocie, ays r, is as, ,ht goes I A gustas 9 oatntsbesides
hupc says -Butler, is a ultthatgos .05 7 B-it-his 52 NAemetowens, Such as
by clock-wok ; a nmachineisade by the Devil's ,-B r 'ins New Albasut New
geometry, wihtic hlie winds and tricks to .go as lie I 1IBethels and Athens, NewPhila-.
pleases. He i-iht 'I1 -fi gr-r incl, ttiat- lev, Betleheeins deplpima, New Bos.
er goes true ; u1.-.t U ti or 1 ,uo slow .1- tile Devil 13 Bis of Bones timnNewBltimore,
se:ts it. A hyptocrite's religion is-a uiumneryiand1y B $icks, o cf -- ew Berin, New
lis gospel Walkings nothing but a masquerade-- I2 Blacks, ofhorses, Ew elt. New Ca-
p E i^e1- 2: Blcs ofhre .p NwC-
Ilie neverwears Itis o',ns person, lbut assumes a rocks," swlmp, naan, SfewGeshles-
e.shi, iS, the Devil doeswhenl hie appears. A happen, New -ag-
hupoeriue is a wveatthercock upon 'the. steeple 2 &0 Boomps, of fields aresows, NewHMad
;;Ze^.:leUd.% 20 Bloos, / o 6ickla airton ewa-
otlihe chnrchltiat'ttsris w ithh evety wind'-.(Thes &C. rdNew Paria,&c.
reader will recollect Mr. Burke t ifa>nou simile, ,0 bridges of various end including
in tis speech to tiheu Electors-ofbBriso...- A'I Imy Con" s v'a N New ..avens1
Spocrite wears counterl-it hands, t(as tit .tamlman 1 B 'i ros 6 Noew Lonions
pick. pocket. did) winch are lifted up to Hleaven, 13 B u'oke-viles, &c. N w Markets
milehis nutunral fiers areli. a neighbor'spoik- ..24 Browu.s.towis, .c. 14 New Ports
et. (See the'tria it Jenny Dive'r, so called from, 7 BurlingtoIs 1 Newiowns
-the very fraud. sAnnals of Newgaue.) 7 6 Cahanus II JNo,-th- plees n-
S But to returqsi to o r subtlect ol Dyifng ecIa- '"e-ville -rally ," gsa
rations, So often ,lewi 'the C.41-'! e"uhalh y upicates
ralons,' so olte couple rmtt ilte most consusmn- j Cha0les-towvns i Oak towns
'mate hypperisy. The fol lo'ihg extract from Mr 18 Cheste.1iowrs I Il"Oxfords
Fok's History'of 3ames tle 2d, swill irve to show 14 Clarks towns a P;alnyras
that ibe conuit red, -i allI mate ial pinls,witlh the O20 Coluinbias -6 P'aris
other distinguisled persons -.vhose ,sentimtents 10 Contcords 13 Perrvs-villes
- we have already given,. At first, indeed, this 9 Dover's 13 Peters-burgs, &c.
great Statesman aIud most amialne man, seems 0 asttowns -8 PhiltiPsitow'tov
inmIclied to rely implicitly upont declat'aioIns ia-e Fair-elds, &c. 14 Pit's-towns
in the solemn nioments of impending di.assolttioni; 1 FIshtow IS 7 Palnifields
nut -he soon qualites the getnei'nality of 'his asser- 14 F.ranklins y ,l. hs
lions,m ad coincides in whial experience had die- o 17'r deri(ks 6 Princetons
tated-toji.dges and others, more likely te-be on- 10 e- i."u .-ur s
-versan witwh cases of thin. eqtuivoeal nature. 9 1j r.', t5 t. it .ni-' uds
SIThe asseve'rattions ofdying men have always 0 Griislrens 15 Salenms
haid, ami will always have, great "nfluencem upon 48 Greens-villes, &c. 12 S.lish-Ir-ys
the minds oflhose who do not pusl iheir ill opin- "5 Hmnsuh 38 Sat p laces, gen
tons ofmankindti i ~ tihu mest outrageous aind un- g nan.oks ctly dulit
.... ano-mrers .e aol duplicaes, e
warranbtabe l.engthn ; li t thioe weight of such 10Haovers 7 Spartan
a-everations be in all cases great,il will iot be i 16 Harts-fords, &c. 14 Springfields '
all equamIl. 10 Hillsltoroughs i lISpr-ing-villes, &c.'
S" It is malenral therefore to consRider, first,what 7 Hulltting tow" s 10 l uTompsou '
are the circumstances-whiehi may tetrd ti palnrcut- 24 J ;kson ow: rentons
lar cases to din'rrish their credit ; and nexh, how 14 Jeffersbni tWtis 5 'T'ovs
far such circumstances. appear to lihave existed in 9 Jones-towns 17 Uniion-towns
the case before us. The case where this species 10 Kings'towns 7 Vernois
of evidence would be tie least covuncig, 12 Le.banons" 4 Viennas
would he where Irope of pardon isi entertain- 13 Lees-towns 17 Warren.towns
e, ; for themn the man is not a dyian iman au the 15 Lewis-t.owus 18 Washingto'is
nsems of lie proposition; for lie lhas not that 11 Ltbertvs 12 WVaynes-villes, &c.
certainty tlhat his falsehood %ill n.nt .avail him, 18 Littl.(iowns :0 i% aeteruo-lt,
whicI is the principal foundation of the credit due 6 Londons 9 West fields, fords'
to his assertions. (It is obvious that.a sick per. 12 Madisoi 'ic.
son who is 'sensible of being in nmuch less danger 10 Manciresters 33 White-places
than the lye stlanders suppose, is in thie sitnatol S Mkirtin-villes, &tc 30 WVilliatas-lutrgs,&c.
of1 -,mie wI(o calculates upon a pirsoti.) 3 Mihdletowansic 8Winchesters
"For hie same reason, though in a estsdegree, 9.M iI,.rds 7 W1ndhtms i
he who holes for favor to Iuiu children, or to oth. 24 Mills and Millers- 6 Wimdsors
er su ivinin connections, is to be listened tpi.wvi."it, Woodstocks
Some cnutions; for the existeuce of one vi-tue 11 iMilitons 6 Woodlilles
does not ni.'esearily prove that of another, asid Mo tros 9 Yortks
i hP whi loves his children and friends may yet be .... ...
profligateadl uinpriiuocipled, or,d'cteiving liiisuelf, Btsides these, the duplicates and tripli-
immy thinklhmal, while i ends at' udI.Ile, hie cates are inniimerble. e every day seo
Sought notto hlesitate conicornitng the innr'i.- letters enclosing mintev, advertised as lost



so sunilling ho retract mhcato thty mve ohce Outgt int Congress, which has biA ccn-
a vaeusd, whieter hin gatte' ohu opinion, tors of ,,i rs L
faclt, t"ol of the tosto e affairs, to apply a re
Thi general chareter, of tie person is a[lso dy to ai evil so.:eriop ? I speak not of thUGs
m thise, as in ali other mnses of1human eteitjusiony, barbarouse n or the s tupidity of our ipost
acrcutistandnce efntre greatest moment. yWnete office S -omenclature-tha they cannot th ell
no u t e o f t h is a oe m en s i on e d n m e t s o c cr c o r rc tr n- b u t I sg a e sa k o f th e tu l t i p li c a tu o n ,




amiduihese theretore, usathe wegh of trldni s
cuutifessefdly comisiderablhe, yat it isstilh liable tobe of hue same names. I WotldI that a hate sore
'alaced or outweighed by evide'Ye inPthi .po- enacted forbidding the nelai.hightet ma f a
site scale."--- -------- ----- -------- post office at any place of s hsich hll ere wd
.' -, already one of thesaviie 1abee' and I would
rOnM THwe NATIONA o iNTELliGENCEB. even have to f ansy of s iu old onpes taem ed a-
It seenss no mie limas our countrymnen have nets. POW IA.TAN.
a genius Ior every thing bit the invetions of
manuits, antId is tat they certainly evince a Frhom the Htrkimer Peopve s Friend.
striking ileficieticy, Titis is the tonre los e- -hlNLE SUGAR.
regretted, as int a country so extensive as a AitrtytELD, MAY 29, 1822.
oure, amd so entirely nha', otr ingenuity tl Dear Sc-cn iprovemedt t it thei minmtu-
log be ttxed in furnishing names for new facifring esfe sugar frot this maple, is loudly
counties and thoe us, as thue y daily spring o up. called fo, from tei e negl iget tasner in
1n6h isfirst isnstapce, hamwees oftownu in Ag- which the business is generally managed.-
*laud, Scostlutmid, Ireland, France, atid Get" For nmaty years have 1 been exerting mim-
many, were given to places ins the U,Sataes,1 self to eflettt such an ittsprovenemea dud by
anccorditig to ihe synapahhiesoft(he emigraisrs an orxpeiinit'nn of seven years in my present
train those countries ; thienas their desceis- nuethtod of ohieratitmn, dunning which limbk I
rhants. migrated westwardly, they gave the '-have been able to improve this quality of
sense names wiuth the adhinesonu oh thme word sty sttgar evety year, nuy sautplie willb now
"I New.;' so that we have already 152 post contpahe, according to lbs opiinioni of the
offices its the uniots svih'tliis prefix of "ncsw." nioitt respectable jiidfis, will ianty that. is
Onus of the most sweeping instanoces of hatl made from the junce uiltite cuase.
taste itn tluis respect, however, occurred it- Acc'ordin" mn the nomnte itiserhed in the


the state of New.York, where the ,Surveyor I P'louugh B'jv' last year, I manufactured in
General, in laying off the new townships inu iie Cem.ii 4 mif, 21 six thousand pounds of
tlheise, titled part of that state, resorted to sugar from the sap ofthe miaple. The pres-
Phlutarch antd other ancient books whichlt he ent season I have made at khe same history.
almost totally gutted to-provide the state with about six bousuald and ninety pounds', of


tlie best quality of sugar-as will appear to coretry, will find ilih. eaci ?p ri,u present"
those who have never seen it, when ilormni- something rare allnd attractive, eiirr in iis
ed, that last year and the present, tny sugar location, its vared scenery, iis peculiar ex-
sold, and' is selling 'ooiii ten tto twelve Ui((- cellenice of soil, or in tihe nimiiini oif all tI,':
larsper c"t. atil is preferred by miany of ;attractions, Bordering oil the river ire bnu-
our most respectable laintlies, to tile best tonis, varying froti a let' rodils t a mtile it-
MJuscovado., ,Iny samitiples have been seltni widilh, af.:,rdihg open lands of great depili
abroad bultto lNew England an lNew.York. and richiness of soil, Willi the ,ild gta-wa.v.-
Presutinttg that tlhe result of' tiy exYeii- ing above the head (if lthe beholrler-tlhey re-
ence oin this ulpotrtant ubjuctl, would b e quiire Dtolhiug but the plough to iti them itir
pleasing to you, and 1 doubt not useful to al maniedrate' crop of corn, polatomes, or
to the public, 1-thiiought proper to add a Jew wheat. Farther on is seen thick shri9bberv
hint(s respecting iny.sogar factory. The sub- of white lltrn, crat app!e, wild plhnimb, ail,
jOeC is imiportani, because it is, undoubtedly sassafras-still father is beheld in perspeo-
true, that the sap ol thle mIaple is lthle JUreL rive, heavy timber, such as sycamore, bi Ck-
sweet known, it unaduiturated by tile iano walnut, hickory, whitewood,'poplar and ashl.-
of'lthe i,.iilouu mimcr. About threc-fourlthsulo Beatuilful groves ofl'sugar maple are freqnenit-
my sugar ts stirred off dry and packed int |to ly to he mel with oceipying almost excli--
dry casks, aind thus keeps in peilect order, sively the soil where theV are found. Leav-
wilhout being subject to any drain of molas- ing this bottom, there is'oftetn io b found a,
ses ; the renaiiiiq 1-4 is drained withi clay steep ascent, when another tract of countrv.
ill the heat of' summer, ,mid is theli:'early equally varied within the first, prevehts itself'.
equal to lulmp, sugar. This cn'cultstance Thle soil becomes somewhat lighter, and Iu-II
Sshiews that sap is less adulterated than the pears more partiularly calctulhatd for cropi
juice of the cane, fior all the West India su'. of tall grain ;-still further back, the land be-
gars are subject Ito drain o' molasses of comes gently rolling, and in inatty pblces.
from 1-3to 1-4. ( See Edward's' W. I'. thickly timbered if, others, oak openings,.
dia.' Interspersed :with i' rairie,.-Thtis is a brief'
My sugar lotisin the town ofNorway (Her- sttech of .tiu gentr ral aprearattce of this-
dkimercunty) and encloses about fifty acres wtet o candor ic, aftern'ssiang -the belt of
'" ': w w~et-,iands which .extends, 'alongfile, i'ke'-
of ground, on which 1 have set two thousand shor .e where th- -.s. Are. revettedfro
pails-to the largest trees 4 pails ; to somenic draw fly tl e asa f fall en t ber, &
to others S,. atnd ou) la itl ; mny whole i. ti t its ". to the 11", e tnd,
number of firees in ti;e a, ub.,ut eleven, iun- its evaporation.'
(dred, niakilig dii atemias crop fronIi a pail ot J f "
S !bs. andf roin titree 4uhich iscon.,ider- IOLMBA .iy Jit cash ldi
ed a'fair estimate 1,i thl. lathitude. Tl. hla- o-smnaurlay layt, )my W e' Bra'othwaile, Esq Cor-
bhr req uired to manage my factory is tmuch oiner o: ;hib *miiiiat on ihp body of Win' Sian-
leis than would be imagined, and without a hope, w 'j d 0 iiittnd imflimted ittitin iis iih
knowledge of the-plai might exceed beli'-f. "ole t0 YSborc i& "Thl't.
-is deathi was occiioned by a sttb wounmn in ttil;
I have butone place for evaporating, where right thigh, which wound was infliited by Wilt-
all the sap is collected, and all necessary Eddhigs, on the 24th June la.:."
house room,111 prepared to store pails anid re-
servoirs through the year. Ali~er becoming; nlCHMOrND, (V I J, i IQ._ .',
acquaiitied with the situation ofall the trees i ','0; -Lhmrntct i 1' i Itu-nr dnicj Jr r.wntmj,
fbr useroads were cut in atl directions, near- ( J 3- C'tlmo-iilt y%3 11 eit 10r tosete,,
ly parallel i each otherarid so near 'tht i t;er1.' t ;,M^;;,il;;'imyr
lyh Iaall& naper, the a s's -i )l'n hitir alCt'i e li3, I ist e -tm
*no tree stands nore than one-hundred feet IiberLvoF0eiclosingtwenty-fiv'e etiits, &.. Yours
from okie of those roads. By lkese means respecthully, A KRN'1UCKIAN."
the labor.of tarry in" liohe p by hand i, only [the eni-dised isa-note for 25 cents, printed iit
ecouttnon tLype on thick paper, With ornaimmnemtt-m
lhe samne'as5i1'1thlenumber,,of trees stood 00 borders, niIAig..i 'it apeuit.-I is a curreny-
a space offit wo htundredfeet.dianseter. To similaroo thIbt ml,,ti deluged the country durimig.
lather the sap, light on9"hprse sleds are used the late %tar,uiiii ilip exception of a more lin-
'vita tapeting-casks fastened to them -6 feet pi oted ph. airolog) am follows:t
in length, 2 feet at one end and 20' incIes at W e t he *' ri her's, betvg ( fEN TS.
i 1. > .. ii tiesubscribrers, beimigemm roiif Vslcvn, Iliave
the-other indiamneter, and contAning abtut indieitken to Au.,' t- tour own caslh wiilm thme
a hogshead. Vh ien u-siltmi t tj hise reservoir, siege 'hamner' Ut ,nlji.r on llie al ile-
thesapi4 conducted to it in omme minute wviilh- tt -eldi ainl, also to inlitite the test of the
out moving the cask ; and in a. similar wvay UJlt,'u. I.iMs 4 i 0mpns -s, atd imsol'eni debtors
-the sap isconveyed Into tEie evaporators, as who1m1 kereand pjoiny atherefore-ispte of t
-need requiresi. er tai ll pjtper I .-s1. ii. cetn, t't seeK, to-


The one horse teams areusually manned 1'0'7-, 0'eid,',5-5.,ti ..,h i7ooedslIt-osf Horse"
with two hands to each, and.in this way each 4c. -n ai, ,, ,nde n1 '. '.j ards k lineetik" *'We'
.. '' .......n.a ., ann .no cah t)los are. I )espoKr Ve
team will load and empty once in ,ei} S0 '"-, fni. i ,a',. ,, a i,,j :d,,ter, ui'h aumv.quaiityv
minutes. When the sap lhas been plenty, 01 bl.,:'ieiJit. '4ul h lgs it'-al hypocrites atnd ill-
25 loads hmave been gathered with one tteam lo iat'%r Rtlt a i.tnti oi fmitc or good hammeritg.
and two hands iil a da v. For the last two Shoitdd ;lil yeuininte'.uun t ,[iue above, description-
I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ii i a .... I- iv i. .rp-,"his feel-
years two hor-ses have draw all the sap ini- tm-ds "l -In. t fi "i te'-rj.-i tfe
J 1 __ i '" 8 ,, of~''* o1 uii.rt. |ii 1 hiii 'l ii Tieittead
from the said two thousand pails,thoughl au aI.- 1 ,,m.....in,,, i Is,, r..icr' we/ded to a canl-
extra sled has beenkept in case of necessity. lIo- 'oi,.ce'.,c. he cI, iiit n ,lone oul desande
Four evaporators are provided, made of by applying, tloVulcan'sjourneymeu, at their otfie
.- near,-thle 1ope Distillery. ,
.shealet iron, v weighing lbs. to the square foot, n I o. T Di. -m r'
"I ,.fJc.. cC s ,-Umathier
each of which Is about 9 feet- in length.. 6 D. H. BALDWIN.
feet wide, a'nd 12i thiLlies deep. Tin pePlani oh' Louisville, J Aurch, 1_22.
setting them is muinple ; tlie bottoms being I D 2r-To
flat, two walls aire built nearly equal to thel R ICHMOND,JUiLYs 2.-Thaeti.uits of lthe yer
width of the evaporators or pan ;' a flue is lte ev eOr to havestentogreiu aprofusionoIreoir-
.i i ic fPvc f ii/ v S(V*CD so il**'eit ,a proloslon el ennr-
nmatle inf ile ceIltre, so that no fire is pernit- tt iet apricots, plum, andt pears, as we haes'al-
-ed to stinke.the sides ol the palln, but tts whole ready enjoyed. The prospect of a peach ani ap-
lorce comes upon the bottom only. Last pl, c"op is very great. Many of the peach treess.
Siof tme arger sorts,are so extremely loaded withn
season three of these pans were used, am i e
seso pa wr -"ea the fruit that thfe gaideqeis are forced to e ropimp
the preset onlytwo were in use to evapo.- tackhmranch ;. nowi'andug hih, e smaller
rate the 6000 lbs. ill consequence of the mod- branches will sometimes bell ovei and sullap uoff
crate fltvowing of theit sap with the weight of the peaches. As the f-run trip-
Acctrdintg t'o the calculation which I have F.s, the branches will of. course stiuffer greater in-
made, sugar makers uatty venture ton set sev- 4 ary. Or domest "i Spims still, couseqmuieniy, i:e
in Irge qun-autities. Tife still wiill 'puu fOrth its-
en or eight hundred pils to one of these voluminous fumes of peachud a brakes:.
pans, provided dry wood be procured, and iand Paonoma will make up for the saint of ile .o-
thie ires k-pt up through the night, in case laIt years.-A more material article, thie lhiahu.
"I"oa, promises to be a good crop The whleat.
Sof extraordinary runs, which however do uot Cht't Pr.instes tobe a guod crop. Tlie wheat
often happemi. I l|ve i' t ..... aim flit Co lve .- huarvnst me shuort of an muverag~ e "~lopIut thus It msi-
oy n happen n I hve froaver v toud I have never see
cords of wood to a thousand potuds of sugar better new flour, than hIS already come toa, t -. t
made, which is cut and put under cover, a at tthis early seusou of the year.. Cmiputer.
year before used. The above plan' ofevapo.- --
rating is wellwe worthy of consideration by BALTIMORE, JULYy 22.-A boat belonging to
those wh wish to imarove.the quality o su- thie Blitish siPlp iary, which arrived otin Si dayl
fro. m no.Luverpomo, capsizet| omi iliat night mm Iith 10 ur-
gar, asit isacknoledged by all whohave be- perons ulnait, two ofiho were drowned.
conic acquaiineds wilih it, mo be preferable to
any other in use. Its p-oitninent advantages .Extract ofaletter dated Vera Cruz, Jane 18,
are-Ist. It carries on the evaporation wilth- .1822--"'1 he castle is still in the hands of' the
out hle least particle of waste, as you can- oyalis.ts, anid the cisy ol Vera Cru, iu p.issi'es-
siod of the impertialists. Eachm ame fearful oh uhfe
not raise a fire sufficient to cause the sap to oier. 'thcastle uas i e'arecru ited withn five
overflow. 2nd. No heat coming u pon the bunudre .mei -omuHv whiu a fv ys,
sides, the syiup comes down in all its purity whicl gives new vigor ti thne drooping spirits of
without the scorching or burnittng, and with- tihe 61od goverlio. 'Though the cattlec eomm'uands
tetowul, it fright easily lie taken. he' i le' *. ts.
out anystmoke or -ashes disturbing the sur- .tn tow ,i ht easily e taen. Te ciy is
(ace, as inn tIme co on ay. ....... This ease "slosickly. -'i"m AmAnericaas huave died with thei ve-
la ce, ..s..n file ,,ommonwa. v .u..,.,, Iow fever.'I-o o .Mexico ,,ln, ."... "
and -mall laburoffending and the advaatag- o lever. "-o hOMxico t..oorrow.".
.Qf building in the night; as a firie/-of large PHILADELPHIA, July rth Car-22-The No
wood will evaporate 200 gallons, and suome- oliuam74 vil ll prove a most capIital -aier.-bI.e lef
times moinre with perfect safety, while theten th Ca.e i .Saturday, itid without op-gmsliu'nt
$ills, led the wtay frlist-h | j; ~ rs tleJ hl
der may be enjoying -sleep. When sap is lmis alIfd ltisne y f"r her consorts, time Jobhm Al.
boiled in cast iroin keltile, it is 'impossible to it ad th Cy n
preserve the purity of' the sweetness in its pir .
-.ILADELPrtIA, .h.t.y 23-,-Last eennig
natural state-but it will beconim. adulterated dead mtani sas tarrid past this ofiee tinI' lm;li.
and darketied, in porportilo t the heat ip- dwelling in atriwluwl') aliey, s Ilt rm, ibut a ew
'plied above thl e surface of thesap. To tims houi- elfore, i perhemt heuauiii, he had I't a %iife
circuintslah.ce aloue is to be attributed thle mnd fiv childrenn. This uilur'tumtmte mann uok m;
sao s a o ui drink of cold teater mt t'I 'unce ""Shiluieua nd
tuUpleasaot fact of maple sugar being .so u "t Ffth preets m.nd ahils taustltintny elt" l" OVi a
versally bad, especially im tIm e cJuttr. It hleiveis corpse.
was first calculiaed that sugar mi>kin. o su -
hu'ge a scale-as i Ihad adopted, woitl h-equire 1NEW-YORK, JuLyv 22- f-orthern Canai.-
six or s ieven hiands; but inuredible as itnay The Albany Daily A.Iveliser says, we extremely
appear, live hiautds mmimltiaued miy vorhit Ist regret to earia thme tlne luerainsm hive tdone eny
A gueat duatage to the am)rtira eaatm, lhy hnreakint
yearwsith se d ; ,-au easoulonthe its hank -,ca emI g way Iblrges,&nc. &c.amil
modindrationu whh thwiclli lIe sap lias overflow- thatilte great dnmil coiutin ucted ill hie Htudlstil riv-
ed, four hliatds olnllyhaive been emnployed.- 'r, a For i Edaid, as a feeder, has been mail -
Thle total 5Xpetnseif filtitig tp thie above ruatly iujurd Liptvards of sevenuly persons mwi-ire
works waits about $750,- \IIt mi tht in '.su ti- it i'nru, mi ath fre mi ssshet-in
The evaporators are n t removed during inrUpunatielyg it provitdentialy thefe part whi
summer, la- land winter, but only turned gave way moved only alouwu six ftet ; had il hti i
bottom upiVards anud exposed to the weatherr, carried off, not one of lie 70 would prolumaliy I ivo.
This is found to be Illhe best way of 'i.eserv escaped witli life. Mnyn o'thie rafts, whieh had
ihg ihem ; my oldest pan has been tIl us tsedemin i-the canal s'uice Clue' pri-'.'re 'brok-
an tip, aitu emarrie ioa ly mods, m nilaid auld ott ir-
eight years, and it isperfectly free from rust, wise daiminsd. Th equaitity ofl itber i hnf iva-m
and unimpaired. fltluch innore should be nal, bet-weem eiieli ill dul Fort Alni,. was eli-
writlen to give you aftihull knowledge of my mated to he worth front 150 to 200,000 dollar-,
wlthole process of operation, aInd alter all tile mi iaindpvalrds of 100 person.., haviit Ithe charge u-f
i t, hlave meit eeineatpmmjer hin mite hu'nks ti tIme eanm'
theory, nloihiig .but experience cail enable it .fori.nie rh e c ".itmitei, a iua.af h a ieo t -
I: r .for'lie 'I V iE~ll ve ruoiito6 aialtilg for a rise. ofwater
person to convert syrup into Sugar. I tr ist, to eiablethem to ral it it lomarle.l. All hoipes of
sir, hie titse is at liatnd, whet sueh ilnprove- being epaheird to do it inlie pi useat sceasoa,we iea,
nienilts will be made in nour ni.tminhlcturing tlust now be ablnadoned.
tof maple sugar, as shall raise its value, and --
supercede in a t great lnealie the iniportatorl NE W-YORKJt.y .-The P ev. r. Frii
in _t gr h r .t is abmou tio vis JEuIrouen lor thie hepiftt (if i I
of ,West India sugars mnto these nmnriern re- health, and will sail froi this porit pinnIri'o, it
gions, wltich so abound iltl iamaple sugar, the elegant new .-hip Lonion, C-"pt Canidl r -
Yours, &c. Preparaltory-l to 'oinani-inming the n i tg., thsI Dir-
MOSES MATHER. tol repaired oi boat-d ilihe shipt yesterday aufter-
G H.= 1e,, E ittl/ Flls oonmm, aniiidpetloamed Divine ser,-ice, to-'litpwards-
G. H. Fe alt r, Esq. .Lite tlls. offivee hundred persons, whlo crowded lher deck.
DOM---ESTIC INTELLIGENCE ------- -- Pot
'. D.IESJ 1N- ", JULYL '3 -It is confuined thal thesehr. Eliza-
r' m't m -" .. .' "" beth/ %shieh vi's capfurmu-e hy a Shimnish |rivat,.l- '
i.DETROITU JULY 12.-River Raisin.- on hie voyage from Lamiira lor tiis tirtIilas/, a
in a fotnier numiner, a general description oif c nideninuiet, with ierl cago, in Porto Riae. Lt -
the counlr y on, and in the vicinity of, 1he tershad rcoacld town omiltrdienting ihe r'pont of
Raiim teas. g"tiein '- o the, "-i.e her condenultauiun-nuucthus ummsnse', tan.'pt'u' -',
siwas given. To describe mitely, has atre ieer ill )ri Ne Packet,tnd puts
allud wth acecuracy, a country so picturesque the matter ont oftdobtmit..
as that burderinig otl lle Raisin mand its vi- Ithwill'he semi by the report of capt. Cha'e,
eitity, would requoiire more room than is from St. Thonris, ihatI tine U. S. .uhr. Porpoise.
thought proper to occupy i these columns. cawpt.n Rn eae, hushlseton fired ipos at.d ,siewl, .t
Every e .iInran wh comes to vi & I wle on' he mmii' fn 'arl to t
vety nigaintt lietThesmals, by twohpamish pnriatcerr.