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Title: Manufacturers' & farmers' journal, Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Portion of title: Manufacturers' and farmers' journal, Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Manufacturers' and farmers' journal, and Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Manufacturers & farmers journal, and Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Alternate Title: Providence journal
Physical Description: v. : ; 49-55 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Miller & Hutchens
Place of Publication: Providence R.I
Creation Date: March 14, 1836
Publication Date: 1820-1848
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Providence (R.I.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Providence County (R.I.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Rhode Island -- Providence -- Providence
Coordinates: 41.823611 x -71.422222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from Readex Microprint Corp. as part of the Early American newspapers series.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1820)-v. 27, no. 34 (Apr. 27, 1848).
General Note: Publisher: John Miller, <Jan. 12, 1829>-
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AND PROVIDENCE. AND PAWTUCKET ADVERTISER.


VOLUMEtlti ./tl.


MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1836.


PROVIDENCE JOURNAL. TO LEI. SALES AT AUCTION.
I. S .a ile ,.. h ,.= es ite situated near Olney-
eGE iaOR E \. 'A Ov, .Javrle, W ,,, ... .miles of the Providenicu GUA./DIItVS SALE
gWipple'ldi, ae s reet, Providence R. rie,consistin ofa stone factory two series h ill be ld atpublic Auction, on the premises,, on
To wio,' all co.,nications riust be addressed. l,it MONDAY, April 11rh, at 1i2 o'clock, M. pursuant
rver, 70 acres of Land. four diwellin! houses, C.- to leave obtained of the liHn. General Assembly,
DAILY p-per $8 perahiumi. iThe DlacC is well adapted for a bleaohI ordye house. aud under he adoer and direction of he'Hion
SEMI WWII EKl'. M, llud.iy and Thursday] $4. machlir," h'p other manufacilurg. purpose, and Municipal Court of tihe City of Providerce.
*WEEKLY [r-alay] y 512O. is too I l ,,... to require a monre particular "do- A certain Lot of t'land be uig to Eaeth A
sacrilioii, being thepremises occupied for someyears Andross (late ElzabTi h A ,ir t or and Nancy .T
KNOWLES & BUItROUGIIS, PsnaTERS. by Messrs 'Townsend & Grant. For further par- L pp, iumiors, situae d in the Ciy of PrlvAdcn
S---- ticulars, terms. &.c. apply io R GxEEXE, No 52 on Cranston street, on whie Cit y ...........
STATE OP PrTODE ISLAND, &c. Arcade,do r to H A RoaEas, No 6 South Water st. and a half fee, whi i ...... I .-.,,. in,r,
P.vic :. --,' .I. I rice, Supreme Judicial r- rit- red and sixty feet i. n .. I Lot will be sohli on
i '., I'. .1 -1 .- li A D 1836. FARMI FOR. SALE. thl.fiillohing terms, vi.: onc-halfofthe amount to be
1.0 -i,, .1i .1ig named persons, all ';' The one undivided half pail ., F ,,. -, 1. oid i sfxty days, al d the residue in four onrihs
t r.'i, .,'i ii .l....... i...Providence,l'ave res. .i4 i. the homestead ol' Thomias'I 1--1 i i 1 r ti e iday ol sale, to be secured by satisfactorily
ptcuiyh' pr. i. r.i..4 1 1.. ...n.',.ns to pur Supreine.Ju asiuated in that part of East Greenwichi, en led endorsed notes payable at Bink.
d I C..J.u i, .,! i., usestherein setforth, Prenchlown. The whole Farm contains about onc guardian of Eliabeth W ,M P '[ ,
S i .' J ..'.,.i ... 1.t 1 t them respectively hundred and fifty acres, (audit is believedthe whole urdin of hzabeth A. Andross ,! .,. il, .. h
il:..It ...hr. .l ,, A .,- I.,: reliefof Insolventdebt- might be bought.) Said farm. is well proportioned '- I iiI and Naincy.VW. Litipi t, m inre.
,,r:' i.si..d -.. ,. io,828. Notice is there for woo. l ,. tillaee land well fenced,prin- I, I rrts a
f.'. ,..r. I... I. I ral creditors of the fol- cipally 1. ,i.:., and will besold a good bilr. A1,VIJ"ISTI'?A JTO R;S SALE.
.=,.'-r,.i h.,.I., ... appear, if they shall gain to the puichaser-payments made to accom- Fr sale at alilfeln O Oi ''rl', o"t I,
..' I, .,.. ,, ..... .:. f,,,li l Court, next miodate. For further particulars, apply .Jos J TIL- eo 'lM O in ci i l t, "I i .. i
robe ,...I.l '. ,i'1., iI'' 'nd for s 'id LrGioAs'r, Esq. East Greenwich, or the subscriber t i wcrhi'n ion, uneir'hDi' d rid by .t
r0........ .,,.1 ..i i .... h next, 1836, Southfield Litme Rock. D G HARRIS. A irii, or n I a liiM eah,t,3 Deed. 5 lo the su .acribr,
I ought r,..i ., I, d Petitions .I tf as Adminlistrator o ithe estate of Joseph Malrtin,
.Eason SI,.:l r,, N1r'1li -'1-,.,.J.,r,1., manufac- ] AARoMf POo SALE. deiac
aso turer ;,uated in .Brooklyn; Conn. two mils A Lot of Land on the west side of Chesnutstree
'Amos Potter, of Cranston, laborer ....t,.. r, .i, of the Court !i .,ut .: .I;, .,1, ,,i, ..... ifty etl 1 ir wid]h and cne hundri d
Zefcra P outeh of ranston, laborerNorwich and Woodstock ....1. i .... Ad t. .- -I' I I'h, it being ha vacant lot rxt
SZera Clough, of Cumberland, yeoman contains about 160 acres :r L ... I.,.,..,,. ... 1 sou ,h ,o '... .i d .. huuse of snidl James Martin.
John T. Rice, of Providence, drayman fur blowing, plough land in-turn= and wood land Also, .one Po divided half of a lit of Land on the
David Winch, of do. house carpenter and is well watered. It .. ,. i...i, two dwelling ndrton side of Phwtuxetd sreei fiftw y feet in-widt l
Ben Porter, cormorant, of Providence, trader houses, one a large house ., .... ... 1i built in 'I Ienn" de d d a n twer yeven fet ne to ondenu eas
James Brigers, of Foster, 1825, one small house well-''.. i. i,, 'enant.- erl'o os land Nathiniiel dirasri'l, ind aveteasyon
Joseph S. Clarke, of Providence, blacksmith Also one crge. bar, a ose brn, chaise house, e of'Thoml sl Stead.
wood house, coria hero, Facn all ueailu new1 nvoddhalf of I
Johi Campbell, of Smithfield, laborer orchards of thrifty yoting mulberry traces and ore Als, three siall lot, su d one tndvided half of
Cyrus Leach, of Scituate, laborer than 200 young grafted apple trees, most of wirs cl another sat lot. situated directly in rear of the last
John M. Remele, commorant, of Providence are beginning to bear fruit. For further particulars mentrioi'd lot. e ,m imr iaiy
George Reed, of Providence, cbrdwainer inquire of GEORGE W BENSieN, Providence, or ihe sAnd ielo ,on the ,ra --. imrrreliathely after the
John B. Barlow, of .do. house carpenter subscriber, on.the premises. saie of ie i)ve, .1 id oh tie prlrises h
Lyman Springer, commorant ofProvidence,groro- ooklynr, Foeb ,l,,IsA .HN R WILIAMS. e ie ot n m ,'o.'.A',t. *.
cer t1S3 t i j-v as Aduniiiimsra orof lie csi i .1 .. i i. ,1 ,,,,
Job C. Eldred, of Providence, house-wiright REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. lot of Iandion the south si- il i* ,' (.e
Charles B.'Ripley, of North Providence; trader r- ... i. .. 'iber offers for sale, his well forty eight and a halflfeet wit. .... I, ,,.. .i, etl.
George R. Norton, of Cranston, labor ... r hevilla'.. ...f '. ,, a ninety eight and an half feet wide in the rear,
Peter J ington of Pto ..ntC ha ns on e lo re. A Provide .ce. .I...i .,,,..I %. and hongding on the- N hole west linic io a twenty p
PeterWiHall rington, of Pa..t. J n ,: -... ... ..i.. id land, wel adapted to the four eet itrect, it be n the 'lot next west of thb
William Brown, alias |JH,, t iLn..,, .:.l Prov- raising of nmulberry trees and the m.-n-. ..f ilk. dwelling house f1 -T;, .,,,. Barker. Conlitini at
idence ', A..v ..; is a mansion House 44 -. I.-1. ,.. i 37- sale. ( ii.'. I. I- .-F 'TILLINGHAST. u
Jabez Mliler, of Providence, laborer wide, well built,h with a good Barn near it antd an tif 5wrts I t s. T
Richard Bowser, of Providence, laborer Ice house. Tl'er is also a Distill House near thl ADMINISTRATOR'S ALE. '
Jabe Fenne, commorant,ofProvidence, manu. harf, 70 feet long by 35 wide ad.t5 feetPoss a The sIiubsciber,-Adninis:ratoron tleestte fH:r.
Jahez enneqoemmor' mt~ot~rovidenoe~manu:Malt house 60fe6telongtby 25feetwaide,builthofsione ry W-aoyle, late oflohnstin. recesoasil, a c,
acturer ""3 stories high, well, ,l.: ,., .-, 'in ofcotto Hoyle, late of Johnsitn. deceased, 1 c
James B. Beverly, of Seituate, combs-maker oaods orfor a silk ..-r ..1, .,,,.,,, .. ,'. ".... M at public aihucmion, on MONDAY, the 28ptl -,.. e
John Coggeshall, of Providence, machinist THouses near bhos, L,,.... i .,. 1 .' a i,, I a nxl, t i p clocki P M. on the premises, i
George C. Perry, of S.:itIi. i. ,...-r stories high; a ( ... ..,. i i b:arns. -- .. i. i, eile and icrest that s,iid c.
Edmund Mason, of;l~ort, ProviJ-n, e. trader FFor further particulars about the above describ- -a tr d' storetliard peOflasde ofain a ol
ead property, aud for teris,I apply .to ut J '-_. ... ,'act or p'are-I f hud, contain ns
irneon P.Pullen, of Providence, house-arpenter PLL and RocRT H Iv.s, Esqrs. in Providence, or ol...... ying and being situated in l-ie ei
Joseph Boomer, of Providence, nuiller tle subscriber on the premises. .. ,, -,, on both sides of rie old Killin-sly bh
James M. Thorp, of Pr.vid-n.--. machinist a2 MTtf EPHRAIM BOWEN. t o .....'I ...... I, a rorvidence.bradg, witt.
Charles Salsbury.ofm;tI.hfoi'J. cooper HlOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. sine, tu a elher wi.th a large and coInveoient sth ble :ci
Calvin Pierce, of do. a anofacturer Thle subscribers fishing to eave rovi- thercou siandina, or so miuch thereof as iny be n:e-
Elisha Olney, of do. trader dence, offers for sale his House and Lot, cessary for supplying the ldeficiencv of rie personal ci
Jerahmeel Jenks, of NorthProvidence.'manufa-. in Carpenter street, on Federal Hill. The estate of-said deceased for the paynitni of the debi-s, o
turer lot measures 45 feeton the fr.nt, by tl back-a two hvith incidental charges. Said premises being located
Luther Buffinton, of do. cordwainer atorv house, 28 'eet front by 33, and a good well of in thle midst of industrious t and growing 'farmers, rn
Jeremiah Cranston, ofCumberland, mule spinner aterw t iti six seat of ie b ac door. an i the vic abiishi mn t h n i if,. iy
Joseph Green, of Smilhfield. laborer -High street. SETH I \i.: I' ..1 n5 rtf "m-':-iiAr. -ire wrtihy of th v........ .. st
Ray Spink, of Providence, hon'sewright FOR SAL i .i... r,',. vho wishes a pleasant and advmrta- ta
George Rex, of North Providenc,,laborer AL geous situation for a public house, trading busin ess,
William H. Gillmore, of Providence, painter A House and Le ..... ,;.,-: .... &e. for which purposes h ivir, niv ntie'iid ii r lit
'Pan ily situated iii I'l 1. -.... urt..q further ti. u lars, iacu ,. ..i I... f. r a
John E. Brown, of do. manufacturer the ainpile roadleaedin 1.. I ..... .. urher paricuar EL.. ..i ..., t.. a
Moses Bsown, of do. do. wich, about one r eoouth of the PlainfieldAcade- .Jnason, Feb ) 3d,836 1 f crs
WiGeorliage Warner. of do. dyer my-(said hrsae ais hot belonging to Capt FOR SALE Ar AUCTION. te
George .S-.'."W ,-tz '.m.I.f d o, do Edward Clark.) 'Said ........ aw o stories high; a [it av.... ."illh. .Soli TcT.pusbiic mu action, oii SA 'U R has
Levi S. Lapham, of Cumberland, machinist good Store, Barn and out houses, all in good repair ; ert e i0 ,e s li a uofe actin on SATUR. ha
.Alvin Greerwdood, of-Sriithfield machinistt -an excellent srinil for a ,. ,,i,, .r mechanic. I "A The ri Itrenl tiay of ninartch instant
A-Jlhn Owens Wdo rovidtnce', uea-cico winter 'nI b ... I, m-ic. .r .,,,ii,, parriiibarc, i r ''l'hii' rigIiofrheii linii i lie Faem where
J r, Owens, o Providence, calico piter quilre cu 1 .. Siringer, near the prem ises, or th .-| tlh suibsecr noa lives, situaec il Smili- ,it
iar..l aF iacnab, of Providence, subser'ber. If not sold by tie 151ih of Mareh next, .i-.. held, and pairly in Gloces er. Said Farmi ag
W ,i.4m Tanner, of Nortlh Providence, trader it w.ll be reted., JONA'T'H-IN GO0FF.' coiairs about one hundred acres ofexci-cllot land
Andrew Smith, of Glocester, ---- Painfield, December30th,18 35is jit atrrim t on w ,liih is a large and commodious dwellire' p'P
Otis H. Hopkins, of Foster, iwt TO OR SALE OR TO LET.- fIouse, Barn, Store and other out buildings. Al'- de
MenjmtfAndrew% Tl or Norro v dence ,-- Facory,1occ:Itt1it-s -FTVYST TrMm i,-.t .......7..K",
Benjamiiin R.Tisdale, of North Providence,.s -j. .ovrntry, Rhode Island, to spin and weave which wa-ter power may lie applied. Tie i, hole is p|;
Curnel Knight;o.'.Jlohnston, blasckmith by yard. the owners finding slock. They would too well known as the celebrated Long HIfouse"
ls'ael Wood, of Providence, mason ,-,.., ..,, The-Mill is in good repair, with about stand and farni to require a more particulardh'scrip- re
Cornelius S. Jones,.of Cumberland, printer .,A -,.,,,.ii. Application may be made to RUsSELL nun; Sales positive on Ithe premises, at 12 o'clock, wi
Daniel Steere, ofJohnston, yeoman CuaiSE, whio Is now runningl the.Mill, or to the sub- when ternus, which 'will heasy. shall be made
Benjamin T. Wilson, of Providence, laborer scriber in Centerville, Warwick. known, AN I WATERMAN.
VanR.m Streeter, of Smithfield,.tradebr [ OHN GREENE. Smithfield, "Vlarch 3, I836S .TIS ye
John Sawytreeter, o do. laborer Warwickl, Feb 26th, 1836. air3w* f 29 ADMIN ISTRATOR'S SALE. ye
Sanford Sars of do. dresser tender STAE OF RHODE ISLAND, &c. Will be suld at public auction, on WEDNESDAY, ni
Nathan Hawes, of Cudomberland, broker Clerk's Offie, Spreme Judiial Court, County of the 30th day ofMarch next, bv virtue of authorn-
Nathan Hawes, of Cumerlad, broker Brisol, January 18h, A D 136. tv ranted hv the Honorab!c Court of Probate, for ea
Lyman Morris, of do drayman T W HEREAS, MARY F.1.... '-r .. .rr.-n '1in the the town of Smilifield in
George Hathaway. of Smithfield, blacksmith VV aforesaid county or L ii. i I .. A Johna. i the right, tit.e and interest, which
Charles"IHawkins, of Cumberland, Fatlkner, of Fenner, in tl -, -, .1. ...i \. .'Y-..k. has ,o.. ate Job Page had, at thetimeofhisde- us
John A. Paine, of do. laborer lodged in this office, her Petitio rpr-vinA. for the ._a.i., ... in anil to a certain Farm or tract of
.Boylton Poo'n of Providence laborer reasIas thebrin set-forth, that ... I ...1..1- .1 MJaIul:- 11-1.',Tl, 11. i ii l Sumitlhfied, formerly thI e resi-
oylston Poone, of Providence, laborer o subsisting between her and her said husband, ., i., ..i 1 page aril kown by the namenic of
eorgeaine, of Provence may blie dissolved. Nuti:ce is lhere6y "'- n1 tq the i .. containing about sixty acres of su
John Miller, of Providence said John Faulkner, of the pendencv ..I petition, ainl, with all tie buildings, &c. hliereil standing.-
John Newell, of North Providence, laborer that he mny appear [if he. see fit] befOre the Su- Salc to taik place al 11 o'clock, A .r.on their pre- m
Aaron Gates1 of Providence, laborer preme Judicial Court, at their term, to be holdein on mii.es, when the conditions or payment wil lie made is.
Benjamin Burrows, of do. housewright i, 0.....,d Mondayof iMarch n.-i n f -ins-a ,hedale keownn MOSES B. IVES, Adiinislrator. W
Moses H. Barron, of do. teamster hereof, to shew cause why the.,,,. ... ..I peeitioun providence, Feb 29, 1.836 iTiS "
Moses V. Hall, of do. laborer. maynot be granted. BRADFORD, Clerk. AD INSTRATOR'S SALE. f
129 a JOHN S. HARRIS, Clerk. -- -,, i'.lI be soldI at public auction, on the pre- pt
M SO S IP Sl--- tate ofRhode nd and delsland ancc Plantlations i..sl.,,,,,..- on SATURIDAY, the 4th day of April s
MASONh'S WHIPPERS KENT, sc -Clerk's Office or the Supiem Judicial ne ,l al one o'clock in ithe afternoon, by value ohs
THE subscriber begs leave to return his sincere Court. authority from te Honorable thle Court of Probste th
thanks to Cotton Manufacturers in general, for \THEREAS Mary Annii Searnman, of Warwick, of tIhe town of Cranston, all the right, title and in- of
the very liberal patronage which has been received inh said County of Kent, wife of Simon Shear- terest which Henry G Davis, late ol Cranston. de-
for the short time he has been building the above man, lateof sa d Warwick, but now residing in parts ceused,u had at the time of l is death in anil to the fol- ti'
named Whippers. There are now in successful ope toi hr unknown, has lodged a petition in sand Office, ..- nai m ed Rea Estiale to wit:-A one story
ration about fifty, of which a great number nave praying for sundry causes there n alleged, that ii .:, nand Lot p casniully situaledi in llei vllage of e'
been put in operation on trial, and all with success, said Court would annul the marriage subsisting be- Cneltreville. il the town of Warajiek. Terms made m
no one having been rejected, and several after a pr c- teen her and her said husband; to decree in her known il Ie leai place if sale. 'T
tical'use of said machinnes, have adopted a. second favor, I divorce from said bond of nimanriuaony, and D.,NIFLRlMIN('4TON,Adinnistirator.
machine where circumstances havereeureedofwhich also to assign her alimony. Notice is theriefure Warwilck, March Ist, 1836i n13 crT-i* o1
I will name lessrs Staters' Steam Mll. and Dex- hereby given to the said Srion Sheluirman, to ap -TT s"lN
ter Thurber, of Providence, Crown and Eagle Mi:ls, ptar [if he shall see fit] at inc Surineme .unlicias REAL EiSTATE AT AUC'CION.
Uxbridge, Maiss. They willdo more work and do court to be holden at East Greenwich, witlm an There wi bt s. It at public tn tion, on SATURK re
it better with less e an any oher Wippe r the oun y Ket o the second Morday of DAY, ith2ta if l Mrch next, at I uok,
now i use; in fact, they ave proved hemselves.lo Apr x, to shew case, if any he may I, have, why on lie pimiuseis, if auir, if not, on Monday foIlow-
be decidedly su-perior in preparing cotton for the tie prayer of said petition ougli ....' .t 'i g, f
picker, to any other machine of the kind ever ofir- NATHAN I' i' .* i :I-1 The homestead place of the late Nichen- i
ed to the public.dressed to ..-......, up East Greenwich, Feb 13th, 1836i tf29 6M uII ]sRinila I situnted in (rarn G mil es
All orders addressed to 'I ... 1 M\ooup IJ- 8 irIi t'uoeidemuee on ise ol Hupi, leuiiaen lP
Post Office, Plainfield, Cr. 111.. n ,,,i ul': receiv- rpH 1T 1. r ,T .le WiterPrivil. eu cled. There is i convenient 11.. -- Barn
ed'and inmed aeatt enion given.- r any partof iuti. a a ennill s Tr e p s c 1 i uri
M achines delivered, if requested in any part'of situat.. .. 1. : w-. ued, on e le i ul ie c s ouh various ki-dse. T ,e p articula ly I rd
New England, at a very rasonble expense. from Pa I I r f ro- w treis o' various ki' prtcuary b
ft. 'tit'f ':.tCHAII LES MASON. demn". .R. I., consisting ofouaesentire half of Brlack- titu 'hl eure is a linehbroo or rinlct uuuing
stone lRiver, will maboutit4 t feet fall, with a peruma- I m'.gcssl she, sahsin-e viery neui eunhiancia the
ACHINKRY FOR SALE-The Walcott M ont Dam alreadybuilt, and estimated to embrace vllaue i the t f Th s paou tieLiyt'ird w
.LCo. beingabout to substitute Mules for Spi- sufficient power to operate fmturteen thousand spin- te e rng m he bustle ofie iy
ning Frames on account uf power, oil, r for sale, 12 dies, arid preparations at all 'a -i the year. At- mn c iusi to1 catirry th ., ,c
Spmn nrig Frames, each i64 spindles ,hio Spinning tached to the ,.;... is a .. .. I f .... ... I a`s's ituib e o igheo with a g rove of O
allof which are noDW.WALOTTper Treauren, ad m r. sdrin the distance from tde waters, and the nu nl tsusuit pucHaeS W Rt ai LL
lics 2 Doubn diorafter5th 11 Power Looms fo. one roomforall ,. i oveidence, and is well worthy the a len- LAND AT AUCTION. t
r Framreh but little worn .. AlMuleso, 1 "n facite wl-Iberer..-' f..i r Unr f rh amuuione and dirdion another f oldon M u i P
'.. -.., Machainery may be exalnined by calling s n rihiness. T ie Prosidence and Woucesier slagn eoi pal Tnhcerl shout one haProfa eiler theAr e wfise



a nt le Ea h nerAtoir, a und o road pass ole or rt wroug bhe isold tolage and ccoun oued place. Tie a veon SAURDAY, March 26be h. as:d
RoRe I' .. .at MIls, r to te subscriber thJAMES F SIMMONiS, Johnston. Thea. te ori of Stephen Dexter, de- uitrchasers.
SProvDence. BC HAR IS, Agent. RusEL RICHono ARDS, r Central Fallss, .i .. the .Erm formerly Jreni h ti
CND HAND TERPOIIN ER SAL ford ESSN OLNEYCampleshier ..pl..esof o... rovidenbuce, aboustone,t .i... ..' ," '"dal. te
ow. ..ino.. eration at Phiernix Mill -4Blow ick- u onabythemostNG desi P lOTOe RealEsa e lyinf bthe en and dioiung eac th ur
is: I Baker's .Patent Whipper, 2 Sfreadine CMa- ha .R b k Il f i 1 vi- f Lt2kA






freight boats pass 0l and by this water pLrif4kvilege.- i, a hino e e to carry on the or asne maiss t al .fD R arDs LLExc At
The location is Mo'-in and i a good L mecs rs iy of Prvdence, and s well worhy the atte- ,rh Providence, Feb Dh, 3 8 A' UCTION. ds
hoori-alargeh I.. llsaw island ..l. *e now been in aratfc iitin b rs year, at a numbr o HOUSE AmnD LOT AT AUCTIONs uii
I Machi. .nery i.. exctel on the premises. Thand some pfv- ills in Pa h ... I a prt. wil d l be sold acco sold ucmisae on ATUe 23d day of M'ari
.,it nearly .11 -ir ai, or long ailass a n annual relt o 1 av da e purhsem are ready to testify to t ....r t o'clock, M. on the premises, if airit sa






Sat t Mile lsrt ue tm eap thets hanctobsn tat,Wpeo a tri o the 51Ito i sk ao d Lot pleasantly sited in
itiRon easy and free t communication wth arge chine, they will be satisfied with the result ,.. ] henix Village, Warwick. he lot i
m3arkets-and f valo an iniin supply of Manufactures in want of the above Machine are .s:.' o[20 I'e..t front..' y.. about 200-feet derr

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PROVIDENCE.

.WHIG NOMINATION.
FOR 'REESiin.ENT.
D)ANTEL, WEBSTER,
OF'MASSACHUSETTS.

WHIG PROX.
The Comromillee appointed by the Wio STATI
CONVF.N'riox-, hilden in Providence in Januarj
last, to select suitable candidates for General-Of
fibers, respectfully recommend to the support o
the Freemen at the ensuing election, the follow.
ing
SPROX .
FOR GOVERNOR,

TRISTAM BURGES,
Of Providence.
ForT LiEU'rENANT GOVERNOR,
JOHN H. CROSS,
S(". I I ...... .'I .
FoR SENATORS.
1. NATHANIEL S. RUGGLES, of Nrieport
%. HEZ EK 1AH BOS WORTH, f Warren
3. SA-MUEL W. KING, of Johnston
4. THOMAS HOLI)EN, of WVarwick,
5. JOHN J. WATSON, of South Kingstown
6. CORNELIUS SEABURY, of Tie.eon
7. EZEKIEL FOWLER, of Smithfield
8. ELISHA HARRIS, of Coventry
9. JEFFREY DAVIS, of Jhorth Kingstown
10, LEVI EDDY, of Burrillville.
For Secretary-HENRY BOWEN.
For Attorney General--ALBERT C. GREENE.
For General Treasurer-[Candidate to be' named
hereafter.]
THE PROSPECT BEFORE us.-It is'never good
policy for a politician to sound the note of victo-
y, before it is achieved. Many a cause has been
bitterly lost, or, if not lost, materially injured, by
he empty boasting of its advocates. Rather than
xpound great principles, and reason with a
community upon the absolute necessity of adopt-
ing them, how often do we find men, merely pro
claiming success, without one judicious effort to
obtain .it. He who supposes that any worthy
nd can be accomplished without effort, knows
ut little of the varied and delicate springs which
operate upon human nature. The truth is, judi-
ious effort, united with a perfect knowledge of
character, and that knowledge not limited to one
r many individuals, but extending through the
nultilbrm relations of communities, with judg-
eint. in adopting means, can effect the most
upendous enterprise. This is the view we
ke of political movements. We hold that po-
Iical communities are governed by the efforts of
few,directed by cunning if you please, but still
eated,carried on,and accomplished by cautious
perseverance and judgment. And on the other
and, if boasting does not become the politician,
either does that timid spirit,which sees in every
tle breeze, an overwhelming storm, which im-
rines evil in the distant, because it has been ex-
rieuced in the past,and which predicts coming
feat, because fortuitous circumstances have
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was, at that time, a-different man from General
Jackson And she stood by HENRY CLAY too,
in his struggle, and to her everlasting 'honor 'was
it; and that miost patriotic and noble of all our
statesmen will recollect her political devotion.-
But has Van Buren the place in the affections no
this people that Henry Clay hass? What has Van
Buren done, in comparison with what Benry
. Clay has done for Rhode Island prosperity ?-
. And shall it be told without a blush, that we are
f beyond all reclaim, the willing victims of that
k king of political intriguers,'that man who wears
the everlasting smile that he may woo you to his
companionship, only towork your ruin? No,
never 'ill Rhode Island give her suffrages to
Van Buren. There are men here who will use-
every effort to prevent this last, sad disgrace.
And in view of this portion of our subject,
The Prospect before vs, we" need only add, that
this pending question of the Presidency, gives
an interest and importance to our coming elec-
tion, which cannot be too highly appreciated --
From the facts which are every day developed,
we feel more and more encouraged for the final
triumph of great principles. Although Virginia
has fallen, and in her fall has stricken a bright
name from the roll of the Senate, yet we still look
to PENNSYLVANIA and the patriotic WEST, for
light'and' deliverance. If it rises in that quarter
of our hemisphere, it will be reflected in the East,
and Rhode Island will be among that constella-
tion which will point to union and independ-
ence.

THE STORm.-On Thursday evening this city
and vicinity were visited with a gale, accompa-
nied with thunder and lightning and a heavy
rain. It commenced raining moderately at about
four o'clock in the afternoon, and from six o'clock
till midnight, poured down in torrents that pro-
duced a destructive flood. On the Wonasque-
tucket the damage has been considerable. Tle
lower damnat the Factories of Richard Anthony c
and Sons was entirely carried away, and the t
upper dam is partly gone. The dams at Kelly c
and Manton's Factory in Johnston, and.at the c
Merino Factory are also swept away. The danm
at the Lyman Factory is somewhat injured, and
the'bridge at Centre Village, on the Powder Mill
Turnpike, is carried off. This is all the damage '
which we have heard of, that has occurred on a
any of the streams in this vicinity.
The gravel washed in from the banks of some p
of the excavations ori the Boston and Providence e
Railroad, so as considerably to obstruct the pas-
sage of the cars yesterday, but all damage is q
now repaired, and the road clear and in good c
order. The shipping in our harbor sustained
no injury. .. e
We learn from our correspondent at Bristol, g
that the gale commenced there on Thursday d,
evening from the south-east, and continued from w
that quarter until five o'clock next morning hi
when it changed to south-west, still continniing
"Y.~0l.~d


ant ourselves on a miuuie grouiiu, aim-U in o. roe awa a almU "+i.'e iAxA .lA r "-
main a until victory crowns our efforts. We at Sprague's wharf, parting the ship's fasts-the
would take a set of principles as our foundation, ship drifted from the wharf but brought up by
nd engraph them on the body politic, if not this her anchors, with (he schooner along side-
'ar, the next; or if'not then, in some coming the schooner lost jib boom, and had her rigging
ear. And no'plan can be suggested, which fur somewhat damaged-the ship received no mate-
shes a stronger impulse to the friend ofa worthy rial injury. The steam-boat Lexington got foul
cause, or which will better direct his movements of the sloop Hero, which stove in the bulwarks
it, than a rational survey of the prospect before of the boat, and did some trifling damage to her
bow-the boat having lost all her fenders brought
What, then, is the prospect before the Whigs hei guard over the wharf,and the 4ide filling, she
Rhode Island? What are thliir chances of remained in that position until three, P. M.,
access at the approaching election? What when she got off, without much" damage. The
means are to be adopted to sure success? What flero sustained no damage. No vessels other
to be gained or lost in the result of the election? than tihe above mentioned, received injury.
Veigrhty questions these, and deserving the re- MAIN STArE CONVENTION.-The Whigs of
action of every intelligent freeman. As to the M h i
rct t of eythelWits wentmean t the State of Maine held a State Convention at
'ospect of the Whigs, we do not mean to as- nsta on the 8th instant. DAID AGOUN
ime a tone of vain boastingwhen we pronounce Ae usta, on the 8l instant. DAnd DC. MAooaN
em encouraging. This i merely a statement of Bath, was chosen President, and Nathaniel
hem encouraging. This is merely a statement Io n rm ot p Secretaries. The
f a faet. Not to dwell upon the vast constitu- Wilson and Jeremiah Lothrop, Secretaries. The
nal principlesat nt to call over th l convention was addressed by several members,
onal principles at stakenot to call over the long and a ticket for electors of President and Vice
atalogue of services performed by the eminent President vas nominated. EuWrsid KENT, of
an whose name-is at the head of the WHIG President wasnimously nominated as a suita-
ilCKIT, or to enumerate the ample qualifications Bangor, aas unanimo h Governor of Maine,
f th gentlemen named wil him for their re- bland resanolidae for tiexpressofice of Governor of Maine,
pective stations, let us deal with other facts in and resolutions expressive of tie opinions and
elation to the prospect before us. And first, asviews of the Convention political affairsweonre
the pending question of thie Presidency.- adopted. We should judge from the resolutions
t that the electoral candidates are not pledged to
lnhode Island lhs as yet given no demonstration the support of any particular candidates.
f ier real sentiments on this subject. The peo-
le have never decided whether they prefer Mr. We copy tihe following from the proceedings
Vebster, or Gen. Harrison ; Mr Van Buren, or of the Pennsylvania Legislalure of March7 It
Jr White. That is a question yet to be settled will be seen that the Key-stone State intends to
y them. Because Messrs. Sprague and Pearce sustain the Constitution and the rights of t he
.ere elected to Coigress last August, that of it- Senate against the dictation of arbitrary power.
elf does not prove that Mr Van Buren will re- Will Mr Buchanari,the Van Buren Senator, obey
eive the vote-of Rhode Island next November. or resign? There is no doubt that the Pennsyl-
'ther and controlling matters were urged in that vania Senate will concur in these resolutions.
mntest, than the fitness of Van Buren, to be Fromrn Poilson's Philadtelpbii. Alvertiser. March 9,
resident of the U. States. Mr. Pearce had been, In the House of Representatives of Pein.sylva-
S nia, March 7hi, Mr. Stevens offered the foillow-
iany years in Congress,he had performed divers ingresolution, which was taken up, considered,
services for divers men, he was indefatigable in and finally adopted, 64 to 25. t
is work to retain his seat, and did many acts Resolved, by the Senate ciSl Houseof Represein-
So t slatin mtives of the Comomonwealth of Pennsylvania, in
inchl might sting the conscience of most men. General Assembly met, That our Senators in
And Mr Spraguie, too, was upheldby many, very Cont'ress, viz. General SaMuEMLt. M'K.AN and
uanv of our Whig friends, not to .mention the JAMEs BUCHANAN, Esq are hereby instructed to
mnmense patronage of the General Government, vote against any and every resolution which has
Sd u f been or may be introduced into thie Senate of thme
and the gross and outrageous frauds practised United States, to expunge from the journals of
pon 'the elective franchise. To take their elec- the Senate a resolution passed on the 28th day of'
on as al infallible'test of the sentiments of this March, A D.1834, in the following words, viz.
people upon tile question, who shall be our next "Resolved, That the President, ill the late execu-
re i g a tive proceedings in relation to the public reven-
resident, is unwise,and altogether in opposition ueohs as assumed upon himselfauthsoity and pow-
o probable and existing fact. Rhode Island will er not conferred by the constitution and laws,
ever give her vote to Martin Van Buren. Shie but in derogation of bothh" '
s the last among her sisters to vote on that ques- Resolved That thie Governor be requested to
communicate a copy of the above resolution to
ion. Her New England neighbors will have the Senators aforesaid.
voted before-her time comes ; Pennsylvania will This is an important resolution-and let it he
have declared her choice, and the great West, recollected that Mr. Buchanan -avowed, in his
supported ,y Ohio, will have spoken in a vo letter accepting the appointment, he would obey
pportedy will have spoken in a voice all instructions from the Legislature or resign.
not to ;be misunderstood, for WILLIAmH H .enY They will pass the Senate in a fewv da.ays. He
hArfmsotiN. will then have a chance of acting on thIe hutmbug
Now can any man in his sober senses believe, principle, when it cuts against himself. They
that 'when State after State refuses to sustain will find sword sometimes cuts two ways.
Van Buren, when his hopes of obtaining the Extract of a letter received, in this city, dated
Presidency are blasted and gone forever, and ST. MIrARICsS, Fet 1)9.
another is riding triumphant over him, that CCaptainJ ones, of tie Cutter Wasinitna 'on
ode Island, lsttitireper, is tobef inarnvl at Charlotte Harbor, dispaichedn a barge
Rhdd island, last at he supper, istobe irs in round to tie Island, learning that a body of 'It
her devotion to one, who has, in so many-ways, dians were located within the neighborhood; they
been the instrument of tarnishing our national have not been heard of yet, and the general
escutcheon. Sure it is, that Rhode Island voted dered. T'ee has been ti enesareceived
for Mr. Adams, when it was known to every here from that quarter respecting thle miovemenits
freeman, that he was.defeated ; but Mr. Adams of the Indians."'-CharlcstonpFapcr.


For the Journal.
I have seen
A-cerios chiltl, who dwelt lipn n sa trrct
Or inland ground, applyimr to his uar
The con'voih.uis o'ae smoAui h-lipped shell
To which In s ilmtence hlishedi his very seoilI -
.Lislened in'euntly. nnd his coluinsenance s.,-o
lrirhsena.d ilih jy ; fir nmiiurnorin fs rrnl within
l\ere henrt--snorous ct ienciae i .whereby,
To his hl eef, uthe inoni or expressedi
Mysterious union with-itsh na'ive sea.
Even such a. she'l the. univere itself
Is lo the ear orFai:h." 'Tx .Excun iow.
Air Editor-Having just thrown aside the daily
visitant from your office, my eyes have rested
upon the above expressive and beautiful lines in
a book which is open before me. And what then?
perhaps some illnaltired and super-critical news-
paper-proser will exclaim! What then ? Why
methought an apt comparison might be made be.
tween a public journal of the times,and thb shell
abovelpoeticilly described. Who knows not that
such a journal is the timing of all things else
"TaTo which, in silence Imushud, our very sumlta
Listen in tenl, .and this lo calchi the inur nu ings
Of the wohil within."
And can I not help the murmuring on ? Tes,
.call yourself the gleaner, and while reading, cull
now and then a paragraph. Here, then, is one I
The love rfmoney is the root of all evil."
'/The great object of the mass of mankind ap-
pears to be,to acquire as mch wealtas much th as possible,
not for the purpose of applying it to the.service
of God and the good of sum:iety, but to gratify a
s' lfsh principle--to make a supledid figure in'life.
Nothing can be more irrational and degrading
than this. What should we think of the man
who took it into his iead to lay up, in a large
shed or garret, which was carefully locked up.
from public view, 5000 pair of boots, 10,000 tea
cups, 20,000 coffee pots, or 3)0,000 cork screwsw,
with no other view than to pl,,ase his fancy, and
to tell the world that he had such a number of
articles in his possession ? And what is the es-
sential difference between boarding up dollars
which are never brought forth for the benefit of
mankind, and accumulating fifty or a hundred
thousand pair of boots, spurs, or knee buckles?
How ridiculous would it appear, if all that could
be said of a man when he died, was, that the
great object of his life was to lay np in stbre
25,000 tea kettleswhich were never intended for
cooking, and 30,000 great coats which were in.-
tended never to be worn ? Equally foolish and
contemptible is it, to liy up thousands of dollar
hat are never consecrated to the glory of God
or the good of man."--See Dick's Moral Improve-
mcnt.

INTELLECTUAL PHILOSOPHIT --We are n,,t about
o offer an essay upon the subject which stands
t thie head of thifs1irticle, nor a literary criticism
pon any blok which relates to it. A daily news.
aper would be as unfit a medium for the publi-
ation of the former, ona account of the deep'study
nd fixed attention which the subject w.iuld re-
uire of the reader, as it would be for the publi-
ation of the latter, on account of 'the necessary
ability of the medium itself to all the inacera- -
ies of thought and language, -which are tIhe le-
itimrate subjects of critical reproof. But it is our
design to direct the attention of our readers to a
'ork recently published in this city, which wer
ave read with unmingled admiration and de-
ght. It is presented to the reader under the in.
finiteandunostenhatious little of" LANoUArr."
at a -t L _


mnous patronyniieioa "fftTeertiS'sn, 'i-r-s-i- -"
nifying that portion of the earth's' inhabitants,
who dwell between the tropics and the polar cir-
cles."
For the honor of our little State, of which cir-
cumstances have assured us that the author is a
native citizen, we hope that in thie, next edition,
he will at least circumscribe his locality to Rhode
Island, albeit he should slillbe too modest to as.
sume the chaplet which the learned and the wise
have already woven for his brow,
We shall not attempt tI describe this book any
further tlim~ to say, that it treats of language in
its brdJ.,-- sense, as a means of communication
between rational' beings, and as ai, instrument of
thought. Much of it, like much of all metaphy-
sical reasoning, is sustained only by analogy,and
it is sometimes highly visionary butv when the
writer is led by his analogies into the region of
floating probabilities, the images of his fancy are
extremely beautiful, and the flights of his ima'igi
nation adventurous and sublime. lie even fifts
tle curtain which hangs betiseen us and futu-
rity, and opens to thle unobstructedvision,a abroad
view of those things which eye hath not seen
nor ear heard, and of which it hath not entered
into the heart of man to conceive.". Propositions
which philosophers and divines laie 1..bored
through tedious controversies to estahl,ih, he is
demonstrated with the clearness and I.retily l.
intuition; he has exhibit.(d the obstacle t. h-ir-
mony of sentiment throughout society, nn-t vx-
plained the true causes of bitteiness a'n I,.,' .iul
between different sects. It is a groat mc I'-icy
of this work, that it is written with a perspicuity
that renders it intelligible to common understand.
ings, and is so full of commanding interest that
it will be read without any effort to fix the atten-
tion. Finally we conceive it to be one of the
greatest aehievemenis of the human mind; a
mind bending its untried pinions into the aun-
known and unexplored legions of religion and.
philosophy, and there combining the, grandeur of
new and undiscovered truth with the highest
beauties ol poetical description and illustration.

-Fronm tlhe Bnostor (ioirlr. March II.
MEETING OF TIlE FRIENDS OF DAN-
IEL WEBSTEB.
Convention.-The Wliig 'Members of the Leg-
islature, and other persons friendly to the nomi-
nation of DANIEL WEUSTER, as President of
the United States, nmet last evening, in the Hall
of Representatives. The Hon. HORACe MANe,
President of'the Senhte, was called to the chair.
The meeting was very full.arid n committee wag
chosen, who subsequently reported tihe name of
FRANCIS GRANGER, of New.York,
as a candidate for the Vice-Presidency.,
Mr. FOSTER of Brimfield then addressed the
meeting and offered the following resolution:
Resolved, That this Convention will support
Webster and the Consti ution-Granger andlthie
Supremacy of the Laws.
1 A crunnittee of two from each county wps ap-
pointed to consider and report at an sdjliurned
meeting the proper mode of nrioniinatint Epletors
of President and Vice-'President, and Governor
Sand Lieutenant-Governor for this stale.
n On motion of Mr. WINTHROP of Bston, a
committee of seven was appointed to pIepare,and
report to tlie next meeting, resolutiolis ex|press-
inn Ilie views ofi the Convention.
The Convention then adjourned to Thursday
V evening, 24lth inst.,at the same place.

The Supreme Judicial Court of this State will
commence its March teIrm for Bristol county in
Bristol, on Tuesday next.


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sacotaaC .R A;. oN'A s,eA1 unusTuRY." walks abroad honored and respected by the mul
... .. 4 iL titude. Men in the highest place of authority
)ROVI D'ENCE JOURNAL, rather than perform the duties belonging to their

MrONDAY -MORNING, MARCH T13, t1a6, stations, are thescavengers of a party, and thu
what was once a dignified and responsible trust
lisTnucTioN TO S, ATottS,.-Govertnir Tyler is the reward of partizan services. No nation
is a politician of liheI Virginia ethanol aind strongly under Heaven can long resist such influences
imbued with the 1,' I..... .i detlrin on the right of it must lin,.r, r ir a while, like a man with som
instruction. With hi ie\\ws and feelings, the incurable disease, and die. These are generm
eff-ct of early etihatiti emnd long practice, we do reflections upon the prospect before us, but nevet
not see hoew h.t'ouild have done otllherwise than tholess important, because they are trite. Let
resign his sent in tlie Si,-nate of the United States. dwell somewhat at large upon the details of tht
We are opposed to thie Virginia doctrine on the case.
subject of instruction, believing it repugnant to In our last number;we referred to the pending
sound policy and the spirit of the Constitution. question of the Presidency, and stated in brie
Among not the least of thle difficult and perplex- terms some things concerning the choice of th
ing subjects that engaged time attentionoof the people of Rhode Island, and the prospects of th
wise and patriotic framers of the Constitution, candidates for that station Before disposing
was the Senatorial term of service. This sub. this part of our subject, we have a few words
ject, full of intricacy, opened a wide range for explanation of what has been heretofo
argument and opinion, as to the period best written. We have stated, that a spirit of despc
culated and adat ted to render the Unin pert i'- m is now prevalent in this country, which I
nent and to give security to publclicberty,-been gradually stealing upon us, and whichli h
Various propositions were lubmutted, aud after assumed an influence, which renderstheprospe
great deliberation, the present teltll of six years before us alarming. When Mr Adams waselec
was finally agreed on, with this tithitation, that ed President of the United States, Martin Vi
one third of the Senate should bte hihanged every Buren solicited the appointment of Minister
two years. The object tin thus fixhig the term England. It was refused ; and Rufus King,o
it six years, was t. give stability to that branch f the most accomplished diplomatists and state
(of the government'representing State sovereign- nen at that period in our land, was the succe,
ties, and to oppose proper restraints on the other fu man, and embarked for England. At this
branch .f the L-gislature, which was more liable ecti Mr Van Burenwas mortified and ct
to be influenced by popular commotions and party gained. He determined to bring the New Yo
feuds. As nuow ,)tganized, the Senate is a salur-
tafeds. As now the ouse of Represenate ives a a machinery, which he had so long operated, in
tary check o tIhe House of Representatives andu inmediate use, and to defeat the re-election
on tie Executive, and they in their turn are due Mr Adams. At that time he was a Senator
guards on the power of the Senate. General Cirgress from the: State of New York, and cam
Haphilnto was of opinion that the Senators should out in opposition to Mi Adams on the mission
be appointed during good bavior, and it is as- the Congress of Panama. The first demonsti
serted that Mr. Madison was favorably inclined and the first time indeed his machinery
to the plan of General Hamilton ; he was clearly tion, an to work ws in te attempted destruction
,if opinion that the Senalorial term of service HENrY CLAY. He stood foremost in the afft
should be longer than that of the other branch tions of the-American people, and unndoubtec
of the Legislature. .We do not mean to say that would be the successor of Mr Adams. His p
the-subject of instruction is entirely free from ularity was founded upon a basis not easily
difficulty, but assert that if it is correct, the term dermined. He had rendered essential service
of service as fixed by the Constitution is ineor- to his country through a long and arduous li
rect.. In accordance with that doctrine, the Con- and his fae had become a part of th national
stitution should have provided that the Senators was written on her brightest page. How co
were to hold their offices at the will of the Legis- it be tarnished How could the name of t
latures; as this was not done, but on the con- noble-minded patriot be sullied, and his p
trary the term fixed at six.years, it is fair to con- services forgotten and the condemning voice
lurhde that ihe framers ofthe Constitution rejected popular feeling be raised against him ? Th
in their wisdom the doctrine of instruction. Ad. popular he questions uppermost in the mind
were the questions uppermost im mhe mind
mit-that doctrine to its full extent, as Governor Martin Van Buren, and how to solve them, a
Tyler is disposed to, and the high character of plan, and execute the purpose of destruction,c
tire Senate, established as it is. by years of sue- him much labor. At length he came to the cit
cessful experiment, will be destroyed- Without chusion of the celebrated BARGAIN, between
stability or experience, (for what experience can Adams and Mr Clay. The machinery was
legislators have who are changed annually) it will motion, and all the disappointed office seek
be the Areopagus of contending factions where po- immediately joined the cry of aaRGAR~ and cc
1ie.il .,parties, rather than independent states. or RveTton. It rung through the land, like t
sovereignties, are represented. We consider the trumpet sound of victory. Bargain and corn
spirit of-tlie Constitution as diametrically opposed as printed in every co n of every ne
to that doctrine. ThIe right to. instruct implies paper which had opposed the pretensions of
the.obligation on the part of the instructed to Adams, and from thence it was echoed in
obey, and degrades the independent Senator to a tverns,and by-placey, and even heard within I
level with t e party minion. It is the duty .o walls of the Capitol. But this is not all, north
Senators fairly to represent the interests of the lIalf of the matler. Mr Van Buren was bi
republic, having,at all times a respectful regard th selection of his candidate for the Pre
for the opinions and interests of their immediate deny in opposition to Mr Adams, and lie fin
constituents. For this purpose were they ap- concluded to take up Gen. Jackson, as b
pointed, and their oaths of office impose on them adapted to make the loudest sound, and call u
an obligation that cannot be avoided or destroyed love of military glory which dwells among evi
by instructions from any earthly power. Without l Then the PRES must be secured. T
.intending to east thie least censure on Governor people. Then thie rEsS must be secured. T
thl o theh sof cose h Withed an eleticn was the great lever which o 'as to propel the n
Tyerclos the course lie haspuitsued,and to which e l -mn an that must be armed d and equip
lie was impelled by long preconceived opinions for the battle.He immediately employs sp
we cannot but -consider his sentiments on the te A n imdate h s ee h ...
S iont it must also sing hosannas to Andiew Jac
TyreR PROSIPECT FFonRe us.-A topic.like this, son, the hero of New Orleans. At the same tin
and...i.-,ng such a variety of local, national, and all who expected office from Mr Adams,but n'w
deeply interesting matter, cannot be disposed of disappointed, were solicited to join this army-
ithin the limits of a coliumnn. With an election patriots, and rid the country of such a danger
close at hand, with candidates before the people man as HEiRY CLAY. They did join, and lien
representing a pectuliar set of political doctrines, by their united efforts, Mr Adams was defeated
sichi ewe verily believe form th e corner stone of and Gen. Jackson inaugurated President of I
uar political fabric, it isof vital consequence that United States. Anid what has been the resu
freemen wlo mnut g ive their suffrages to these we cannot at this time specify. But so faras ti
candidates as representatives of these principles, destruction of Henry Clay was concerned ho
should not only know the candidates Ihemselves, has it disappointed these pilferers upon a goo
their private and public history, but also be fa. man's reputation. Henry Clay is above and b
miliarly acquainted with what we denominate yond their reach. They would have sent him
first principles of a Re-publican Government. It his home, covered with infamy. But there he
shill be our purpisey to continue tile discussion in the Senate of th United Staes, and there
of this subject, until we have given it a fair, ra. hl e continue to be, the brightest ornament of i
tional, and comprehensive examination. councils, the man whose fame cannot be increase
Our country, thanks to that noble band of pa. by the.office of President, but whose service
trios in thie Snateof thie United States, is now where he is, will always be known and remer
at peace with all the world. Thie wound wlich bered, so long, and wherever, Ainerican Histor
had been inflicted upon our national honor has is read.
been healed, and thie march to greatness, which
is thei crowning glory of a nation; fearsno intiter- TyI LATEE FrESiESIT.-hn addition to the dis
ruptio from any outward calamity. In haasters occasionedbythe thaw and rainof Thurs
quarter there is a cahm, which cannot be ray fled day night, we learn that about one half ol th
hi.n by r,,oie tremendous convulsion of the po- rore Blackstone river, at Valley Fall,
.ic.h el--rnints, some cause now unknownay but Aas camd Also a bridge over tile rive
w l.., s t le wrapped up in the distant future, at Blackstone village. On the Wonsaqueturcke
agd m illios te skill ofrundInted pamriotisrm my river, the mill owners'hmave suffered considerable
sirer. Tahe opinions of other Governments, and loss. The dam of the reservoir of Mr Thoma
c-bit'nq n-ntly their practide,in oreAitione to foreign dS a e, it Snithfield, was broken, and th
aggression, and foreign wiar,are gradually chiantg. theater 'nd ice in its course swept away his Fac
going, and softarning down into the adoption of tory and grist miil dar, together with his stor
mild, aril mediatory measures. The days of time and a considerable amount of goods. Time tor
Cruvmwells and Caesars are passing away. The rent thus accumulated, in its course down thi
iron spirit of despotism is fleeing, and the genius river, more or less injured nearly all orf the nu
tof Napoleon which held suc indisputedi sway, merous dams and bridges to its discharge int
and swept over Europe like a whirlwind, Prush- Providence cove. We learn that the Pawtuxe
i;ng millions in its march, has in a measure gone river was higher than it has been known to b
tron among the nations of the old, and placed its for the last twenty-five years. We do not heas
foot lupon tIe new world, our own American soil. of ny serious injury t the mill dams, but learn
Its progress lias been so skilfully guided, it hiss that the Arkwiright and Hope bridges were swep
comn in such variety ofirhapes, now tickling thie wvy. The bridge at the Phenix mill was ren
popular feeling, now creating a spirit of turbu- dered impassable, and several others were con
lene -against valuable means of natiorualn siderably injured.

insy among classes of society which has more several oilier rivers, but have no particulars.
thumn once broken out into acts of violence, de- L F E
atr*iyitig property, shedding ,bli-...J. hl.:lins r.p LATpst w'i FRANtE -The ship Frane ,
tation, and erecting, thie walls of pariton be- Cpt Funk t New York-from Havre, Febt 4ll
p.. brine-s Paris and lla r
teen combined and mutual interests, that pa- amS ani lit re dates of lie 3d. The
triotlism aniu st w. .I over the prospect before us.- ppers cti little or no political intelligence
This il in very truth not hise language of fiction, wulch las not already been reli ceived by way of

the. clear ath un]f.ihilg voice of history. It is Spain is confirmed, and the accounts from the
written as yit-h a pen oh light uponevery page North a ea s ewhit more favorable to the
of our nr-tipn4 astory for *the last eight years, and Queen.' Thie trial of Fiesehi still continues.
it will go down to posterity as a warning against LAonCH.-The U. S: friate Columbia was
'1,' stut bi sar, mac~aof orupton.We ay auclad a th Wahigto avy Youbar on th


d,, slow but sure march of corruption. We may launched at the Washington Navy Yard on the
Iilk ad te please, of hei corruptions of other 9th inst. The House of Representatives ad-
Gbvernmefits and olden times, but what on.the journed over thlit dayr to witness the spectacle.
long catalogue can be found, take it all in all,
like the awithiering deadly poison which is now FIRE.-A cotton Factory belonging to Messrs.
eating up.llh vitals of this orrce honored. Re- Truesdell and Rhodes, in Killingly, Conn. was
public. The responsibility o public agents to the siderably injured by fire on Friday'ovening-
constitution and the people, seemnsto.have given damage estimated at $100:).
Slaee. to a b'uid und, impudent, assumption of- We understand the Rev. Mr Balch has received
ppwgr., eT ebountdo ere heed or- public security, and- accepted a call as Pastor of the Universal
arg.overjeaped by th .perpooa.appoinpej tp pro- (Chgtrph and Society in thi.gqity. Mr. Balch ihas
tect them. Vice wears thie garb of vir tmeand, entered on the duties ofhis paatomal office.


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rwENTY.FOURTH CONGRESS. that reasons that would be satisfactory to all, carded as a manifesto of their readiness to engage crown of honor They havefinished their edu-
SENATE-Wednesday March 0. would or could be given, the whites again. It is the last manifesto oftheirs cation, and ?at the age of eighteen and twenty-
y Sundry bills, from the House of Representa- Alter some debate thereon, Mr Clay withdrew Their triumph is short., one are gentlemen and ladies of elegant literary,
r t ives, were read twice by their titles, and corn- the amendment proposed by him, assigning rea- By order of General Scott an express started scientific, philosophical LEISURE. Alas
I mitted to appropriate comittes. eons, &c. from this place to Milledgeville yesterday morn- i' follow foolish Ipeceelents, and wink
S.niitted to appropriate committees. -, oion iWith bollb our eyes, is easier thain to tinkti
The resolution submitted by Mr. King direct- Mr. Leigh then moved to amend the motion intrg.d soI h an a ae as leas no expense,
t, in the Judiciary Committee to enquire into the submitted by Mr. Buchanan by adding, as a rea- General Scott, we learn, intends establishing Excepto t wisdom and ofiomnion sense.
n expendiency of giving thie District of Coliumbia son thereto, the following, viz: "For, in the opin. a post at Volusia. Should the Indians retreat
the right offending a delegate to Congress, and ion of the Senate, Congress has no constitutional Southward, as when defeated, they probably will, CONNECTICUT RivEt.-The Hartford Tiie
e to place it on the same footing as the territories, power to abolish slavery in the District of Co- this will become a most important post, from of the 9th inst. says Te ice on tis river op
was taken op and agreed to. lumbia which to receive supplies, &c.
al The bil acting r appropriation of $75,000 Mr. Cuthbert. Mr. King, of Alabama, and Mr. posite to this city, is of immense thickness.-
Sor deepening the bar of Pensacola by, andof Brown opposed the amendment. Fro the National Inteliencer. Ten days since it was sawed throughby one of
s $100,000 for conristructing a dry dock at the navy Mr. Leigh finally moved to lay the subject on Etract a ett from young f crfthery Ten days since e i t was sawed th rough by one wharf,
e yard was ordered to be engrossed for a third ithe table, with a view to give time for further t0. his correspondent in this city, dated Fort our citizens, shoot thii-ty feet from the wharf,
Sreadin. 'considering the proposition s etbmitted by him Drane, Lang Sync, Florida, Feb. 24, 1836. where it was 40 inches thlck-34 of which.,as
Tire consideration of the resolution submitted which motion prevailed. Yeas 24-nays 22. "Mf last letter to you was dated from Tampa solid blue ice."
ig by Mr. Preston, as to tile retiocession of the Dis: NOR~iSTE5tBOUNDAR-Y OF OHIO. Bay, and I am now at Gen. Clinch's plantation.
g by Mr. Prestonas to the retain resionof the On motion of Mr. Ewing, of Ohio,e bill to We left Tampa on tile 13th instant, and have Three men were killed and thee severely in-
e Government of the United States to the Sttesof define tile limits of Ohio, was taken up. marched across the country to this post without re in
e Maryland and Virginia, was postponed until the Mr Morris moved an amendment in substance, having'the pleasure to meet a single hostile In- jured, by the falling of the walls of a building in
e first Monday in April next. that the assent of the United States is hereby dian. Whenwe left the Bay,Gen Gaines did not Water street, New York, on Friday.
of Onn'motion of Mr. Hubbard. fully declared and given to the proviso contained contemplate proceeding as tar as Fort King; but March .
to Resolved, That the Committee of Pensions be in the 7th section of the Constitution of Ohio n our arrival at the battle ground where poor NEW YORK MARKCET, Marchrto.
instructed to inq uire into thle expediency of re- and in which the northern boundary of the State 's command was butchered, our provisions ver8forgod brands of Western. In Southern
touring all those now giving on the Penion List was described." were scarce, and we were forced to co here is no chane. Howrd street is 7.
I t. uiderthe seatnofMarch St, 18,who nierestrick- Mr. Clayton opposed theamendment for th.e purpose of procuring supplies. Upon ar- solesofWeVVI;atasyet. Cotton keeps fully up, nd
as en from said list in pusunce of I the act of May Mr. Ewing said the bill, as reported by te ring at Fohere unable to furnish us with mornd te than Rasles a far exent re so atakig. Good bA quny of
as 1820 And in case any of d prisons have Committee, contained 'every t ing c te n t here unable to furnish us with more than Raisins have bee, sold 30 at0- A qoantity of
obtained annuities--under the act of June 7th, State could desire; and although the amend- one day's rations, and were therefore forced to Han brg ,Ry f M' iryland Corn s at 71 cts, Extti
ct 1832,hat the said committee be instructed to in- ment of his colleague could do no harm, it could come here, a distance of 24 miles, to get sonie- sive ,: urpeine at $5 a ,0. Pork aid Lard
qireinto the expediency of providing by law not produce much good. thing to eat. The Artillery and Volunteers were lend upwards. Brandy is more active than it was,
n for the payi ent to sch persons the Pensions to Mr. Morris said, his object in offering the leftat Fort King, and the 4th Infantry was sent Sugr is very fir at tile highest prices, wicave
to wliorch they would have been entitled, if they amendment was to ary out tile principle in the to procure provisions. We return this morning, been uooted at'any lerm,I
had not been stricken front said pension list, after assertion of which, he believed, his constituents and shall probably start the day after to-morrow Cotton contio es to sell frecl andr .iful l.r .n
ne deducting the amount which they have received were all interested. lor soine of ethe ldian villages, with the view of Sgnr annd Golfee are firnn. Western Flour is in
s- by virte of the act of June 7th 1832. The question being taken, the amendment was hunting te boys up. On ouarriva at te bat.d lying br a command and for acy
s. Resolved, That said committee he instructed- negatived-yeas 3, nays 34.brands
se- to enquire into the expediency of providing by The bill was then ordered to be engrossed for generally as they were shot. We had the melan- I Fb -The rkct hasagin presented
law, that, in case any persons who were stricken a third reading-yeas 37, nays 3. holy pleasure of burying them. I counted tie much activity, without any variation in price since
a- from, e pension list in pursuans e of tihe act of And the.Senate adjourned. skulls as they were thrown in, and there 98 sol Saturdav. It08 bales Louisiann have been sold at
rk May ,he pens20, lhave since that period died, for tle H OUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. diers and 8 officers. Tie officers were recog- 146 a 160f; 24d5 do IG. e. i"1: 208 do, at 132if.
trk payment to their heirs fall arrearages to which The Speaker presented additional testimony, nised by. different signs and marks about them. 100 do at 133f--t...,, ..l t .
f they would thave been entitled had said persons which lie had received in relation to the Norih They were fully identified. Three graves were HASE, Feb 2-Th re hiasagain been a z...d-
not been stricken from said list. Carolina contested election ; and it was laid on dugand the bodies interred therein. We of the manad for United States Upland Cotion, .,dII an
in B ack submitted lth following ; which was the table and ordered to be printed. regulars marched around the graves to the dead tdvanrce on fine Georgia. Sea Islad f.,r,i,,.is
me considered and agreed to. l -hc NOltT C.oROIINA CONSTSIOD FELECTION march, and then they were covered over. Poor waning. 1200 bal.s have heren so!d ; of%.i.,..h.,
mto Resolved, That the Secretary of the Treasury The motion pendig iof -Mr. Spangler to re- fellows! There was not one among us who did bales Georgia, new, at 13, a 146f; 81 do Tennes-
be requested to inform-.the Senate whether' the consider tihe vote by which the House rejected not resolve to revenge them ; and only give us a see, at to108f; and 627 do Louisiana. at 130 a i50f.
ra- es rantig rights ofpre-mpto to settlers the motion to admit counsel on behalf of Mr. chance, and we will fulfil our determination. We MAe.sEs, Jan .i9-Cottons continue te fed
e- waiting ad cultivating the public lands at eer- Newland. was discussed until the expiration of saw signs of Indians on our route,but they them- the influence of the favorable state of the market
of tain periods havebein so onstrued. as to:extend the morning hour, and without taking arty qtes- selves kept out of the way. We slhotsome cattle at Havreaid Liverpool,
to such of the public lands as had been offered tion, the House were about to proceed to the and hogs, and caught some horses as we came a -Lv
for sate arid ere subject to entry at private sale; special order-when along. We also burnt some small deserted vil- THE CITY CouNerL will meet this day, March
ly and if soa, to communicate such instructions to 'Mr. Dunlap moved to ssmpend the special or- lages. In one of these we ,found cornr,rice, and
p-. the Senate. der for the purpose of taking tup the Tennessee bearnstenough for one day, which was of material 14, at 7 o'clock, P. M.
in- A Io.TO. OF sLtAVEty. Land Bill, which was not agreed to. assistance to us." NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY OF
The memorial from the Calne Quarterly meet- The Speaker laid before the House a message MU'IC-MceteingforPRACTOlCEat OraYnklin Hall
fes ing of the Society of Friends ot Pennsylvania, from the President of the- United States, trans- Pennsylvania.-The Legislature of this great on Tuesday evening, 15th instant, at 7 o'clock.
fe pray ing the abolition of slavery and the slave mitting a report from the Secretary of State, and important State,are alive to the contemplated
nd trade in the District of Columbia, was resumed. communicating the proceedings ol a Convention war which the Van Buirenists are contemplating TEMPERTNCE-The quarterly meeting o
ld Mr Calhoun replied at length totheargumens hd at Little Rock. for the purpose of ormin a make aint the S. Bank. Accordingly, he rodviece Union Tmperance Society wll be
is adduced in opposition to Ils motion to reject his Constitution for Arkansas, with a view to her to make against the U. S. Bank. Accordingly, held on Wednesdcy evening next, at 7 o'clock, at
s ed in oppositi admission into the Union ; together with sundry when last week the bill to require the several Mechanics Hall. The following utresoltiion offered
ast After some remarks from Mr. Clay, Ihe ques- documents. Referred to the Committee on Ter- banks of that state to make a statement of their upon.
of tivn thereon was-put, and tays e motion was nega. ritories, and ordered to be printed. affairs to the Auditor General when requested so "Resolved, That the members of this Association
esetivd. Yeas, 10; Nays, 36. he House thento do by him, was taken up on second eding;abstain from the ruse of Wine aid all intoxicating
se tj Senate refused, to rejectthpe n o do by him, was taken up on second reading ; hquors as a common beverage."
of Tie question recurring on the motion submit- -' From the Washmnton Globe. Mr Stevens offered the following new sections to All interested in the cause are invited to attend.
nd ted by Mr. Buchanan, that the petition after OFFICIAL. t, d e bill. RIED
ost being received, the prayer thereofshould be re- The following official statement, received at MARRIED,
s t being receivedd.the Adjutat Generals Office, gives an interest- That if any one of the United States should In this citv, on Thursday even'img, 8th Instant, by
Clay considered this nearly as great an in- ing account of the recnnoissance ofthe battle prohibit the circulation within its limits of the the Rev John W Lewis, Mr Abram Gardner, of
on- fringeer. Clay considered this nearly as great on in ing accoun, where the gallreconnoiance with little notes of any Bank chartered by this common. South Kingston, R I, to MissMartha E Carter, of
Mr fmotinrent on the right of petition ashow the other ground, where the gallanelt DA te, inthe action wealth, then all the notes of all the banks char- Provdence.
in motion, and as 'twas necessary to show the peo. .t l te be t tered by such state shall be, and.are hereby pro.- r bR e.
ers pie some reason for rejecting the memorial, he with the Indians, on the 28th of December last. termed by such state shall be, and are hereby pro. evnoig. t tth .erilroars, by Rev Henry M.lton, Capt
ers pie some reason forr tin te erae We understand that Major Getieral Gaines ar- hibited from circulation within the State of Penn- Elisha P Smith, formerlyof Pawtuxet, RI, to Miss
thereof, by amend the following to. reect the p rived at Fort Kin, rin Tampa Bay, with his sylvania; and it shall be the duty ot the Gov- Mary Groover. of the former place.
the reof,or by enaddng withe ollow denying oraffim- command, on the 22d ofFebruary ernor to give notice f such prohibition, by pro-. DIED
p For the SeConstitutional power of Congress to W:s'r affim command, on e e elamation, as soon as any state shall have pro- Yesterday Joseph FBAngll, youngestsonof Mr.
p ing the prayerConstitutionalf the petition, belevonesFort King, Florida, Feb. 2d, 1836. hibited the circulation of. the notes of the Bank Thomas Angell, in the 32d year of his age.
ws srpposig the power uncontestedwhiich it is not, GENRA : Areebly to your directions, onf Pennsylvania above slated-and if any person Funeral will take place to-morrow afternoqn at 2
r that-tile exercise of it, would bo iuexpedient. observed thie battle ground six sevet miles north within this state shall receive, or pay out any o'clock, from the Methodist Meetiag HouseChes-
the 1. Because the people ofthe Districtof Coltm- of the Ouithlaeooche river,where Major Dade and bank note ofany state, thus prohibited, after the nut St. west side.
the bia have not themselves petitioned for the aboli- his command were destroyed by the Seminole In. expiration of thirty days from the publication of ... ..
the tion of Slavery within the District. dians oin thie 28th of Deceiber last, and have the such proclamation, he shall be deemed guilty of MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
2. Beianse the States of Virginia and Mary- honor to submit the following report. a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof shall
ent land Becaused be inriousl affected by such a The force under your command which arrived undergo imprisonment for not more than sixty PORT OF PROVIDENCE..
.si- ea.ure, whilst the institution of Slavery contin- at this post to-day from Tampa ay, enamped days, ore thpayn two hundred dollars. Prodedan fifty, nor
.ly u.se to subsist within restive jurisdiction, on theI luIht of thin ]e9th inst on the ground oc- more that two hundred dollars. Provided, that -SRRIVFRD .
lly aes tosubsist wi thin their respective jurisdiction, on cpied by Major Dade oil i,. t f te 27th this act shall not extend to the notes of any state Steam boat President, Coleman, New Yoik.
t and.neithler of those States would pritobably havn f Deceber. e and Iris were destroyed which'may prohibit the circulation of the notes CLPAID-iark Hazard, Jackson, Savannah; brig
P it fo tomai the d St it had at ti eit adopr on thle morning of the 28th oftbecernberabout of a particular denomination ofthe branches BuyAlen, 15 days fom Havana,
p a f "i t h e d is t r i ct i i t hia d a n t i oi p a te d Ih e a d o p '- n tn ie rr u 'n L t n e Hte w a s t h is s t a t e p r o v id e d s u c h l a w b e g e n e r a l a n d a p w ilt m o la s s e s to J A d a m s .
er y t i o n o f a n y s u c h m e a s u r e w i t h mo u t c l e a r l y a i d e x f o u r m i l e s i n a d v in c e o f t h a t p o s i t i o n.-H e w a t hs s a eLrv d d u h l w bse, glea l a n1a -di tsml a s e ta vAd m s
ry ion o any such measure without clearly an d ex- var miles in dvncing towards this pos, and as attacked plies to the bank notes of the same denomination Schr Caledonia, Baker, Dartmouth.
Spreasy guarding against which ould be inflicted from north, thata is to tinst. we arim of all other states, including the state thus mak- Scr Helen Mar, Higgins, York River, Va. corn to S
S bexciin alart and apprehension in tiS ates pon ti rear of his battle ground about nine ing the prohibition. SAoop amesLanpeer, Keeny, New Yorkcotton, c.
ed by excirating laverm and byapprehension in he ates on o'clock n e ornin Our advanced guard Sec. 3d. That if any Bank or Banks chartered. A fore and aft schr with cotton.
ed, operating slavery and by distuer bing the harmon- ind passed the g nd without halting, when th or which may hereafter be chartered b this ,-- sr
ies between them and the oaher meberso t o- P eg-- urs rs.i sFecedby eral Govern- York. Pt back to Newport, t oh, having been, when
cd nohr-nkwitwouldtdaocae---rh- ~ s brotien and scattered boxes; then a cart, meant or any of its departments, to receive the wiAtoh 30 miles of SandytH .ook, blwni in severe gal-
S Mr. Porter said as this amendment oughit to be the oxen of which were lying o (lead, as if they had public deposits, hall permit the General Gov- gonitaooebts male and 2000sperm oil, boundciSew
k. rinted and time be given for its consideration, fallen asleep, their yokes still on them : a little erminent or any of its departments toregulate the aondo scAmr Commerce, Messer, Wlmington; 13th,
I, te wot move to lay the memorial on thie ta- to tie right, one or two horses were seen. We amount of specie which it or they may be re- "loops Ann and Alnnawan, from N York for this port.
bre ., iut withdrew in favor of Ithei came to a small enclosure, mnade by felling quired to possess, or the denomination of notes so o --
e Mr. Bchanan who spke at length in support trees in sli a manner as to form a triangu which it r they shall receive, or the notes of BRTOL, Maret -r ast e shn Fama
of olie station submitted by hm, ard although hireastwork for defeance. Within thistle tingle, uch Banks it or they shall refuse to receive of Littleield, Cape of Good Hope, via Tristan d'Acunha-
us he as not himself adverse to the amendment, along the north and west faces of it were about any of the Banks chartered by authority of this with 1450 bbis hale oil, 460 sperm and 14,000 lbs bone,
ce he did not think it would tend toconciliateeither thirty bodies, mostly mere skeletons, although Commonwealth, or if any of said Banks shall fV eradthers. Reports, Nov 9th, N America,
Sthe Somuth or the North, muchs of this clothing as left upon them. These obey any recommendation issued by any de- Arr this norning,ship Rowena, Winslow, 6 days from
S After some further remarks from Mr. Preston were lying, atost every one of them, in precise. apartment of thie Geneural Government. in refer- Savannah for Providence, with cotton.
he and Mr. Clay, without taking any question, on ly the position they must have occupied during ence to those subjects; then the charter or char- Bark America, Chase, 'aclfic Ocean, 900 bbis oil.
It. motion of Mr. Morris. the fight-their heads, next tothe logs over which terms of said bank or banks shall become ipsofacto Sailed, sloop tlero.Read,'New York.
i ie Senate adjourned, they had ,delivered their fire, and their bodies void, and be repealed; and shall be so declared At Boston, Ilth, brig Smyrna, Drew, Cape Flaytien.
SENATE-TnURSDAY, March 10. stretched with striking regularity parallel to each by the Supreme Court upon sieri facias, issued ctl ships New Jersey, Barstow, New Orleans; Trenton,
S Tile President transmitted a report from the olher. They had evidently been shot dead at returnable to thean-Provided that any issue of an.;b' LengtonTlden Ap lcoa
SDepartment of State, with the proceed s of a yarnd Idiaurens rd not disturbed them, fact in relation to such cournal.se of forfeiture and Palermoatar; Ellen, ClouNashgha, Poaryama; ondor, HatchLigo-
e- Convention held at Little Rock, Ar-eansas, for except by taking thie scalps of most of them. repeal shall be tried by jury ; amid the governor nintCreigliton, Gotuenburg Snow, Snow, N Orleans.
to the purpose of framing- a State Government for Passing this little breast-work we found other of this commonwealth or the Legislature may Old sells Mtechmanic, Knowles, Plyoarnth, NC; Exchange,
t he ArkansasTerritory, bodies along the road,and by the side of the road, order such sieri facias, to issue whenever he or Freeo S ng t p
Mr Buchanan moved to refer thse Message and generally behind trees which had been resorted they mnay deem sufficient cause to exist. H-aret ilrottiie, Pearce, Mal la; Glasgohips Bibian on,
ry documts to a Select Comnitlee to be raised tofor covers frpm tme enemy's fire. Advancina, Liverpool; Sntton, Barry, Charleston; brigs Chipola, Da-
its tile purposfconsidering ihe subject about 200 yards. further, we found a cluster of For the Journal, vis, Gibraltar; Elleti, Clough, Giayrmnaa Condor, Hatch,
S Mr Cthae p ytourp n moved to rconsid fer theing to the Select bodies in the middle of the road. These were Itis not fro hisform, i whichwe trace Pnce, P R; users Ameyst, T tom, Matanzas; Peon,
d Mr Clayto n Imoved to tfem them to tme Seect tie dSregtji witibeauty,dignity with graceason, St Croix; s!oop 'ecumseb, Newport. Cld shipp
esCommttee, to whom the proceedings in relation evidently the advanced guard,and in the tear of 'That man, Ihe maser of tlis globe, derives Matilda,AApalachicol;u Belle, Savannah; bark Ann Eliza,
Sthie a mission of Michigan ito the Union, had which was the body of Major Dade, and to the Ils rightof empire overall that lives. Veran Cruz
i- been referredion right, that f Captain Fraser. Tat form, indeed, the associateofa mind at Charlestn,d, brig Mary, oger, Charleston;
y The motion sumitted by Mr. Buchanan was These were all dohbtles shot down on thefirst t in it powersethera i is kidAra er, Seves,New York.
decide( in tie affirmative-yeas 22, nays 17: fire of the Indians, except, perhaps, Capt Fraser, Foharmed for te service of a frni-hry will, At St Marks, 6th, brig Aldeberoto, Mathewson, from
and e balloting for tho must, however, have fallen very early in the Asserts precedence, and bespeaks control, this port.
poned until to-morrow. fight. Those in thie road and by. the trees, fell But borrows all its grandeur from the soUL. Cld t New-Orleans, 23d, brig Havre Collins, Havre.
t diaemoralaidck ItwsdlHere is hie state, the splendor, and the throne, -- -
M r. Niles presented a memorial and remon- dui ng the first attacked' It was nd urin cem sai n l m'ru t..u.. ,.t-u-ittOR-a, ltRier h-
strance of sundry citizens of Danbury, Coniec.tion of thle fire that the-littl e band still remaining, AUntellectual. kTime steam boat .tR'SIDENT,
ae ofn eiten t uro about thirty in number, threw up the triangular There is a wearinessin culling thoughts. But Capt R 13 Coleman, will leave the
Sticu, engaged in the manufacture ofhatsgaunat brestwork which from the hiaste with which it he who styles himself a gle r, me2Depot, IndiaPoint, THIS DAYat
tre renewal o te atent of Joseph rt- was constructed, was necessarily delbetive, and he who styles himself a glcnr, must take the 12 o'clock, M. Mi4
ftr red, &c. could not protect the men in) the second attack. labor for his pains. Thoughts, in this day of su- FOR FALL RIVER.
t Mr Wright ca TE d p for on ideraion te bi We had with mny of the personal friends perficial philosophising, are few and far between. tHIP, CapStm boat hasNG
e for te relief of the up fferers by the recent conill of the fficersof Major made's command, and it By thoughts, we mean not words, for words are ths day con ed her rhag-
a flagration in New York, as amended by the as itertifind by ntndoubted evidence. y were like the stats of heaven and the sands upon the ular trips betweelnProvidenr e
SHouse of Represent ativ e reto h n buried, and the cannon, asal pounded, thint the sea shore-without number. But to our ex- Tlarsday and Sarurdavat 0 o'clock,r A and Patl
Thrad mend ts made threto having been Indians had thrown intoaswamp, was recovered tract: River every iiMonday, Wednesday and Friday at l0.
e am Wi elinedha alhoh h to at nd placed vertically at the head of Ihe grave, "Ti education of human beis, considered lockc. A si. touching at Brisoel and Brisntol Ferry,
some injustice would be done, yet ase the parti where it is to be hoped it will liong remain. Their in its more extensive sense, comprehends every Stages wi!l arrive at F:ill River from New Bed-
r affected by the change in the amendments madels bvaes werte bured i two" glre os, cers i nd pri thing which is requisite to the cultivation and lfor each morning before the boat leaves, and will
o te boould heeafte tition Caongrss in- thatevtere manu nwotgriave an aund improvemet of the facultiesbestowed upon them be r readiness on her return to take passengers
b the uhll, could hereafter petition Congress in-t thiatevery omni wasaccounted for, Thuscormnnd by their Creator. It ou ,ht to embrace every to Nei Befllrit nml4
Sdividuahy, ie was unwilhin" from the hostile was composed of eight officers tand one hundred tIhing that has a tendency to strenothe and in- FOR BALTIMORE.
t fate of the whole bill by rejecting them, and he Theb non-ommissionedt officers anid privates. vigorate the animal systernm-to enlighten and ex- h The schr JIA;' Y, E H Rhodes, master,..
moved, thereufre, that the amendments should were interred, ,ur men having escaped tre and dispositions ofti eart-sod, in general, o ai as above. Apply to DAVID BARTON,
lie concurred in. He cermaiuly would have of whom reached Tampa bay; the uurthr was ndirect- tire moral powers in such a ganner as to n al Nios8 anad ii Wi-st Water tO -
wished, that the bill had remained, as it was, but killed thie day after the battle, render those who are te suj aets ofins uctiom st
n drlay was most injurioius to the best interests of .t eay b, e prrper toonbsrre,1that thde attack w'as r tOR SALE, .
d appn themsrenves, useful members of society .- pninv T e r brig]tE rriveand arpnrtenaCnoes
himself with recommending the parties to follow ed country ; he Indians beingconcealed by pal- payments qualified for entering on re seeglorious and em- fAisprinventry, jSuist arrived 0from the Cobast
the course which he indicated. tmelto and grass, which has since been burned islene future and more glorious ex- res Africag, SThe is rg is coptered 120 ions, butened
SMr Southard, for the purpose of belter under Thi two copnies were CaptanFrasers, of Th series of instrutons by which these ends an e n eri'cop. fastened
standing the-principles involved in the amend- ihe 3d artillery amd Captain Gardiner's, of thi uhre to he attained, ought tio be comutinoed not Ciltic, Ivr-re, Gtte Coal. Ceoa, PicleGld Prppers,
uments, wished the bill recommitted to the Com. 2d artillery. The officers were or Dae of merely for five or six years less than R.Lhe tenth Rn l b cito a lo a.rs,

Mr. Wright objected. second LieutenantfBasinrer, brevet second Lieu. part of the period of human existence-sbut du- ml4 2w .INO ANDREWS.
Mr. Clay suggested that the bill should, it all lenanits Rt. Henderson, Mudge and Keais, of the rgile chtl travercal whTcle Th etsieenthl STORE TO LET.
events, be laid on the table until to-morrow.- artillery, and Doctor J. S. Gatlin. a te grave The subscriber olers to let his large con-
" The Senator from New York must admit that l have the honor to he, will the highest re- t is a very c on but absurd notion, and venient store, plecasantly situ:,Itcdin thicentre
that the,delay which had. ttken place, did not spect, your'obedient servant .as been too long acted upon-that the education ahingon village, Coveniry, R I, on the most
occur with that body,but lay with the House of (Signed) E. A HITCHCOCK of our youth terminates, or sould terminate, public road, it being one of the brst stands for re-
f Representatives. 'e Captain 1st Infanilry, Act. Insn'r General. o1 te h tieon r uctn e r tnlinr io ie council Ad wy ione desirous of going
Mr. Wright assented, and the bill was laid on Majour Gen. EiS.UND P. G EE er rencycloeds, i ecartion this de tor obe "orill tao whepl a a tireat thc rad store. For fnr-
- the table.- Comnnanding-WesternD tmen CHARLES MORSE, Jr.
DoOD Odepr m tt, series if means by which the understanding is Coventry. March 14. 3C
NORTHERN nOUKDARV OF OHIO Fort King, Florida. gradually enlightened between infancy and the VANTED--A person tualicied to
Mr. Clayton moved that the special orders -srod when we consider ourselves as qralified toVER
should be tpslponed for the purpose of taking up From the Jancks.nville Courier, of Feb. 25th. take a part in active life arid ceas to dirct o'ur ttlke charge D of Powve Lombs of-sleary habits-
n bill t .settle and define the Northern Boun- JMlore Itdian Hostilities.-Extract of a letter vims to the acquisition of ne know/ed~e or the ay hear of a place by applying at No 17 Westmin-


*- Mmr w of Ohio, s d he motin.. revived by Mr C. Waldron,dated February 19th, formation of new habits, are content to act on the. ti
lii wing, o io, supported the motion, 1836. principles we have already acquired." TOTICE-Left the subscriber's house,on the 11lth
which was opposed by Messrs. Kin, of Alaba- Yesterday, Isaac Lanin, and Willis Nettles How great and pernicious the mistake. Edu- inst, my son JonS D Paineabont 15 years of
ma, and Morris, and o motion of r. Wallet went after hogs a little below Mr. Savry's, when cation, so far from being jnished, at the age I. hereby forbid all persons tirboringor trust-
MrrisafIds tmray acontmm. J.AES PA1NE.
was laid on the table-Yeas 22; nays 20. they were attacked by fifteen or twenty indi- above stated, can scarcely be said to have com- Apponayg, Warwict, March 14. MES
ABOLITrioN oF SLAVERY. ans. Mr. Nettle run about hundred yards menced; to this the united voice of parents, in- r
The consideration of the memorial from the and was killed. Lanin made safe horne with a siructors, friends nay of commnnutnity responds as- SPRING GOODS.
Calne Quarterly Meeting bf the Society of ball shot through the calf of hits leg. This day a sent. Why then, will they allow themselves to JAMES 0 ARNOLD has received his supply of
Friends of Pennsylvania, praying the abolition company went out and found NeItles' body,- contemn this truth in practice. Why talk of the New Goods, at No 19 Westminster st. mIn4*
of slavery and of the slave trade in the District his head was taken off-his body split open and son, the daughter, as if at sixteen, eighteen or W ANTED IMMEDIATELY-An active and
of Columbia, having been resumed, his entrails taken out. I never witnessed such twenty one-they have completed thier educa- capable Ladto attend in n Grocery Store, Ap-
Mr. Poiter said, after some reflection, he a sight as he was. There has been Indians all tion! Yes, prodigies of intellectual growth they ply to SAM'L W WHEELER, No 50Broad st.
tWho will sell Pew No .13, ea hi :ieBroad A'sle, ira
thought it best to vote for the rejection of the around us several days. Many saw two yester. have exhausted the unnlathomable mountains of tlte U iversallst Chapel co pletely fit'ishacd, at a
prayer of the memorial,.as submitted by the Se- day morning in the prairie." knowledge, and at sixteen are too wise to be louw price. onp ll m14
nator from Pennsylvania, without assigning any This new instance of depredations,and the ap- taught, too far advanced in years to learn Tru- B-arrels ','ut Broad, fir, brI al by
reasons for such rejection; it not being likely pearance of Indians in that quarter, may be re- ly, the grey hairs of such of olr city youth are a T.QO l S y ARDW~aL.y
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-- CONCERTR? WANTS. FOR SALE.
CONCERTn ,,, A sma'1 House and Lot, sIlNated on
OR the Benefit of the Choir of the First Univer- T'EAMER WANTED-Wanted immediately, a .l 3a Bark street, nearly opposite the distmill;
F salisc Society.-There will be a C.incrt of Sa-i- ste-ady active man accustomed to driving a earn Convenienit for' two families, with a Bake House in
cred Music under the direction of H S CARTEuE, ati -one acquainted in the city would be preferred.- the samte. It will be sold together, or one halfssep- or pRa
tlhe Universalist Chapel on Wednesday evening, Apply to H C MATHEWSON, rate. Ifnol sold by the first of April, the Bake on th
16thinstant. Mr ISEz.;sCK will preside at the Or- ni7 Agent Prov Coal Co. Housi -.:I le let to a goud Iaker for one or more
grn'. PART st,, years. For terms apply to SAYLES BROWN, at the
1 Vohlfitary. I QITUATION WANTED-A person of middle age, corner of Smith-and Canal streets, or to the Sub-
2 Antheni-music by H S Cartee. who has a practical knowledge of business, and scribers. BOWEN &4 SMITH.
3 s8:n---The Smile 0 Shaw. who has a capital of 81000, is desirouas of engaging t13 No 87 South Main Strret. For i
4 Mike a Joyfil Noise, permanently, in some manufacturing or trading e s.
SDuett-aThe Bird let loose OShaw tabhshment, which he can be actively employed. = HOUSE TO LEV. t
Suett- J he Bird let loose- Mason For farther information, inquire at the Journal To let, the House lnxt west of Grace
7 S JiqflT in G i nrd-Pirn ,- H Cltee Counting Room. mn Church, knuitwn as the Talbot house--it is
7 So ig- C i, ird oif Prauiea- f- S Cat tee a large and commodious hotise suitable and t E
Pan-u l'orte .uitn paaicsin 0 Shaw v nIIIRE---'anied, a neat small House, wvilth convenient br hoarding house, for which purpose
8 Lift np your H-ad,. -ten or fifteen minutes walkof the bridge. Reeet it is now occupied. Any person wishing to view e
PART I'd. not to exceed 8125. Inquire at this office, is m8 the same can call at the house, and for terms, apply t
1 Tew Vatn iarshining UPERINTFNDENT WANTED to take charge to Ihe subscrier. f13
SThe last lZein is ner of the operating part of a large manufacturing Also the East endof the Smith House, on West- -
S0 ongn establishment, in first rate orderto caimenceabout min strree, consisting of the 2d and 3d stories,
.i Sacred pslo -4 voices the fil-3t of April. To a man ofaundoubted qunlifiea- directly over i te Furnilturestore. Said tenement is
6 aDuc housons, good encouragement and I beral wages will be suitable for" a boarding house, or two privae fait-
How autf upon the Mountain- iven. None eedpply without god reference.- esto good teant or tenas, the above will be
H S Cartee Apply at this offtie. 3ad nm7 rented low. W :A HOWARD, asIti
S He wh ioon earth, &c. C Zeuner WANTED IMMEDIATELY. t 81 Hg sret cubic
9Why Trembling and Sad-4 voices- A Jorurneyman Cabinet Maker. Also, wIanted TO LET. var
Giardinic Rock Maple Boards, straitgrained, well season- in, a .The subscriber will let the first proof brick
t10 Song ed. Apply at Nos 91 or 24- North Main streett, fai. Store No 25 on Canual strcet-possession ml
11 Wake Isles of the Soulh- L Mason m7 MiTtf C CLEAVELAND. g veri immediately. Also, a shopin thepasenent of
12 Grand Chorus- But who shall see the Glorious N house No 10Norila MAs ain sreet-rntsn moderate.
da y- Webb. W ANTED--To furnish stock for the mnanufae,- Inquire of RANDALL H GRL--EN. m2 r
The Choirahave the pleasure to inform the public aure of Printing Cloths upon contract. Inquire ---I-n-- o A.et
that d.i,a r .cb Il3, s ai. Tlance of several Vo- at theJoaurnal counting room- n l REAL., ESTATE FOR SALE.
althi a. j ..-iu ... i it P. r. ifor the ocason. rpo CHIPPERS AND FILERS OF IRON-- The subscriber oflrs for sale, a House and
wlr-nt"h'ti'sit ",." '' aio. obtainaid at Mestatsrs s wanted, three or for steady active men ac- Je Lot in Friendship street-the situation is a ra.
B Crno..t ,. a: ., B....t i.. at S T Thurber's equated with thae .,;.,- -,d filig oflr, to good one-it will be sold low and the payment made -
Arj--c r.. -. J .B t.,,t.,,: ,..rocery store, and at whom liberal waves ,ilt, p.-J Apply immediately easy. b or particulars, please call on
v \h ,:.-i',Broad st. at the Journal office. f 25dtf 112 RANDALL H GREEN.
D..:,r-_" ,:,,..:,.-, hai-" .':, 0E.n0, Singing to commence a te e ao ec
.,at halfl'pl.m'-,t ;,'S.I a: t, o igNg or come ITUATION WANTED-A young man who has OR'. rOR S.tLE.-Aqularter part of the Glta-
i it ps1 ." .. ni a general knowledge of business, and who lihas r,,,. Building, cor er of North Main street
TOTICE-At a.t Court of Probate, in North Provi- had several y-ears experience i Book Keeping, I i rket square. A Lot n Bnnet's
. diehe March 7, 1836, Resolved, That the Clerk anms a situation as Clerk in some Couinting room ; -tI ..-t aaccotnmnounlating. Apply to 1t
of this C urt give nott c that Joseph Arnold, Esq. Would prefer a situation at some Manufacturing D. BUStH,
will present his administration accounton the estate establishment, to commence at any time between n17 dtf Corner of South Main and CGllegtest.
of Samuel Salla, late'of suid North Providence,de- this and first of April. Satisfactory references as to
ceased, at Pawtucket on Monday the. 4th dthe. 4th day of character and comp- tency will be given. A line VEST FARM FOR SALE
April next in -h.. ,fi.. .,-, 'P ..nr. r. directed to A B Woonsocket, will receive immediate -'. i i h -. I-. l.,ted Farm is siituted in the
S V N RB "H L, h >li atlention. 'fl8 Mtf ['- .... Ii "*.-..t, oa the Tturnpike ltaidiag teor r
V-P- ._ I u--J ,." P, .1 ,, ;e to Brooklyii, Con. twelv iithe,
...:,- -, I .", WEAVER WVANTED. ,,.. .., .. ,.. i.s, l .and ennt ng aboul i200 iml
I, -' .' i A Person qualified to take charge of thirty Power .... ... i, t.i ..r, I .. .i t ,, m n point ol
N ,r.-E "Mr. Wrh136. Resolved that the W Loouis, and of steady habits, may hear of a quality to any inSthe Coaunty of Providmnce, about
Clerk of this Court give noice,.that a Guardian will place by applying at the Mill of the Uuited Mann- oue half of which is covered with a flue growth o1
be appointed over the heirs of Charles Heaton, de- faclurind Company. Good recolms endation wila be wood; has large and connmmodioas bul dings thereon
ceased, on Monday the 4th day of April nexl, in the expected, mi0 tT3t* in good repair, and would be sod at it moderate price.
afternoon at the hotel, Pawtucket, in the room of of ifapp-lied r tol n. Inquire of the cr,,ro l
David Heaton, resigned. By order, TANTED by the subscriber, for the purpose of prei rse t THOMASti n be E no
mI4 MT3 WM N RHODES. P. Clerk.. n making prison doors in this city, viz:- praises. TIOMASn t RHODeS. f ion
40.pieces 4 ft,2 in. long, 2 ft. 2 in. wide Scituate, F b I. IM artf 8o S
VANTED-A Lad from 14 to 16 years of age to 40 do 4 ft 3 in. long, '2 ft 3 in. wide and full TO LET.Il
v assist in a Hardware Store. Apply at No 43 2 inches thick N a t e
Weybosset street. m14 All the above stuff to be of lhe first rate upland .Sin theorer,6 wiaalCltare itesameesie ocb- F
HUTTLE MAKERS-Wanted to go into the White Oak, free from sap, wae, spec or grb cpied by Sel IHoward. Also. a Stable in their ear
3State ol Pennsylvanima, two first rate Shuttle holes, and to work the full size when seasoned, recntlyoupdaa very Sla Ap provi
Makers, to whom steady employment will be given atd to be delivered in Providence by ihe i;rI .1, of copied as a Livery Sabe. Apply toNCE s
-none need apply unless they can be well re'com- May, 18365, for winch cash and a liberal --, be s J OR is nco,
mended. For further information, inquire of given. -LEVI L WEBSTER. _-- WAVNT'ED-A convenient Tenement fbr know
,,If ,r T rJTTWL" TI&' C O, it Noo in' /st.n;,1 f mal MT4W a..-.-... .. small lmihv. wihin ten minutes walk nf ,gel,.


FOUND-The person who lost a small bundle of
Work in Broad street some days since, can have
it by calling at No 51t in said street or upon
m 14 S & AB ARNOLD.
Municipal Court of the City of'Providence-
'March Sth, 1836.
ESTATE OF JOHN fMuATHEWSON.
HrENRY P FRANKLIN, Executor of the last
W.II and Testament of John Mathewson, de-
ceased, presents his account with the estate of said
deceased for allowance; and the same is read, re-
ceived and referred to the twenty second day of
March inst, at nine o'clock, A m for consideration;
and it is ordered, that notice thereof be published
three times in the Providence Journal.
m14 A G GREENE, Clerk.
Municipal Court of the City of Providence-
March 8th, 1836.
ESTATE OF SAMELt SPINac.
CHARLES F TILLINGHAST, Administrator'
on the estate of Samuel Spink, late of Provi-
dence. deceased, oresants his account with said es-
tate, for allowance; and the same is read, received
and referred to the twenty second day of March
inst, at nine o'clock, A. M. for consideration : and it
is ordered that notice thereof be published three
times in the. Providence Jodrnal.
ml4 A G GREENE, Clerk.
Municipal Court of the City of Providence-
March 8th, 1836.
ESTATES OF JAMES-E SaHELDON, GEORGE W SHEL-
DON, JOHN T SHELDoN, and MARY AN, SHELDON,
SMinors.
S, EXTER THURBER, Guardi'an of the persons
and estates of James E Sheldon, George, W
S Sheldon, John T Sheldon, antd Mary Ann Sheldon,
minors, children of Daniel Sheldon, deceased, pre-
sents Ills several accounts with the estates of his
said wards for allowance; and the same are sever-
ally read, received, and referred to the twenty second
day of March instant, at nine o'clock, A M. for
consideration; and it is ordered that notice thereof
be published three times in the Providence Journal.
ml4 A-G GREENE, Clerk,
FRESH GOODS-aREAD T- ORMS.BEE are
:. L"now opening a large and valuable assortment of
S seasonable goods, among' which are broadcloths,
eassimeres, sattinets, &c, which they offer for sale
at wholesale on liberal credit.- mt4
JUST Published, and for sale at the Anti Slavery
Office, No 73 Arcade, Proceedings of the Rhode
Island Anti Slavery Convention.
ml4 WM DROWN, Agent.
BREWSTER'S Eclipse Speeders, with wave mo-
tion, constantly on hand for sale by
, .ROBINSON, BROWN fCO0,
ml4 20 S Water st.
S"ANK STOCK FOR SALE-105 shares in the
capital stock of Blackstone Canal Bank; 75 do
do Wevbossel Bank; 6.5 do do Eagle Bank. Apply
to MARTIN STODDARD & CO, Stock Brokers,
39 Market st. ml44
GORN-3000 bushels prime Southern Corn, for
sale by GEO S RATHBONE. ma14
DTOMESTIC GOODS--Brown and bleached
Sheetings and Shirtings of various widths and
qualities, just received and for sale very low-also,
low priced Calicoes of almost every description, for
sale on the most favorable terms, at No 4 Arcade.
S m14 CHARLES ARNOLD.
OIL-Winter strained Sperm Oil in casks and bar-
rels warranted perfectly pure, for sale by
ml4 N W BROWN, 14 South Water st
REMNANTS BROADCLOTHS-C CLEVE-
S LAND, Jr, No 26 Arcade, first door from
Westminster street, is constantly roe giving from the
manufacturer, Remnants of Broadeloths of all colors
and qualities, for sale wholesale and retail. Tailors
and country dealers about making their Spring pur-
chases will find it to their advantage to call and ex-
amine them, as they will be sold at much less than
pieoe prices. m14
ON THEPOWER, Wisdom and goodness of God
as manifested in the Creation of Animals, and
in their history,. habits and instincts, by the Rev
William Kirby, M A F R S. etc just published and
for sale by C SHEPARD & CO. ml4
OWER'S BRANDY-A small parcel of this su-
perior Brandy in bbls. for sale bv
Sm4 WM BLODGET & CO.
ST CROIX RUM-7 hhds St Croix Rum warrant-
ed pure and good, for sale lovw.
mr4 WM BLODGET & CO.


N OTICE- MI'FREDEaRICK FILLER having t
Fron Foundry in Cranston, requests all
indebted to him to make immediatepaymont,
who hold demands against him to present th
,forscttlement, as hie wishes to close his busim
-the first of April next. FREDERICK FULl
Cranston, March 12, 1836 ni
NOTICE-The subscribers having formed
11 section in business, under the firm of the
ston Purnace Co. in Cranston, R 1. being si
ors of Mr Pred'erick Fuller, they would so
continuance of the patronage of Mr Fuller'
tamers, as well as that of the public general
they assure those who may favor them with
that e'ery exertion will bh made to give satisfy
Orders may be left wilh VWM OLtv, at I
and 71 High street, or at their Furnace in Cra
WILL[AMl OLNEY
CHARLES ANGE
m1l4 ,Tirim STEPHEN D OLN
,Vlianagers' Officea
PnoviDECE.,'R 1. March 12th, 18:
HE foll.owin are the drawn numtairs
SCHOOL FUND LOTTERY OF RH
ISLAND, "FOR TRE sNEFIT OF PULtC SCHo
Cass No 262.
Ita 9d 3d 41h .S.h Stha 7th 8th 9th 1ot
50 59 18 69 10 1-1 68 58 12 8
il14 JAMES PHA-f,EN & CO. MAi.n4
THIS DAY.
Atl \Q*o'clock, AM. at 23 -Pranklin front
S71HOOL FUND LOI'TRY.rof'Rhode Ils
lJ Granteel byI tfi L,.is Tla.tre al the Jan utar
sion, tS1]5. FoIn Trut IuENsrFr or PtUBLIC ScH
Class No- 2.3, to he drawn, in Providence, ona
day, March 14ih, under the superintendence
Secretary of State.
SCHEME, "
*1 $14,000 ( 59 )3
1 4000 [ 59 .*5
1 3100 59 4
1 2500 59 3
I 1830 59 21
1 1000 4307 .- 1
50 800 I 22243
230 100 [
27131 prizes, amounting to $287,27M
72 nutimber lottery-13 drawn ballots.
Tickets 36-shares in proportion.
JAMES PHALEN & CO. Mana{


AN OVERSEER OF POWER LOOMS WANT-
ED-At the Sterling Mill, to take charge of six-
ty Looms. Oneof experience and good habits will
find employment at fair wages by application: to J
C AMES, at the Mill or the subscriber in Provi-
dence. J H CLARKE. m7mTT3w
N.[OTICE TO MANUFACTURERS-A Weaver
who iscompetent to take Charge of the Weav-
ing department in a Cotton Manufactory wishes to
obtain a situation as such, to commence on the let
of April next. References as to character and skill
from the most respectable manufacturers in this vi-
cinity. For name and residence apply at the Jour-
nal Counting Room. f24 tf
ANTED--Ether immediately or in a flew
weeks, a colored woman as servant in a small
family. The situation will be a comfortable one,
and those only need apply w-ho can come well re-
comnmeded. Apply at No 127 South Main street.
f26 dtf
WANTED.
A Female Teacher to take charge of fifteen or
-Ax twenty pupils in a school lo ated aboot li miles
from Providence. A satisfactory compensation
will be given to any lady who is desirous of obtain-
ing the situation, who can command satisfactory
references r specting qualifications. The location
of the school is pleasant and healthy. A line di-
rected to E B. and left at this office, will meet with
prompt attention. fs dtf
SITUATION WANTED-A person who has had
k 1a number of years experience as Clerk in a Fac-
tory Storeand Counting Room, wishes to get. em-
pleymnent in that capacity, or some similar employ-
ment. For particulars, inquire at the Journal
Counting Room. f27 tAt
Ml/TACHINISTS WANTED-Wanted to hire a
Swood workman, as Foreman of a Shop. Such
a man. who is thoroughly experienced, steady, faith-
ful and energetic, may hear of a good and perma-
nent sitiotinn bv calling ai the Journal office fri tf

CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL.
NEAR GRACE CHURCH.
MR H FULLER informs the citizens of Provi-
dence that he has taken the. Central High
School, Mathewson st. and will commence a term
of twelve reeks, on Monday, the 29th inst.
Mr F has been Teacher of a Select School in
Plymouth, Mass. the last four years;-and intending
to devote his life to 'he business of teaching, has
come to this city for the purpose of establishing a
permanent School. The common and "higher
branches' of English study will be taught; also, Latin
and French.
The Ladies' department is instructed by Miss
FRANCES TM AaBons. The Rooms will be furnished
with Globes, Maps, (f-c. Tuition from $6 to 810
per quarter, according to the branches pursued.-
Absences not deducted, except in case of sickness or
-other contingencies, made known by the parent.-
Instruction on the Piano Forte, by a Lady highly
accomplished in the art, at a reasonable extra charge.
Scholars will be admitted any time during the first
term, as young as 5 years, provided they have made
common proficiency in Reading. Hours, at present,
from 9 to 12 A m-from 2 to half past 4 P M.
, References:-Rev Cyrus Mason, John Howland
and Peter Pratt, Esqrs.; Mr Denjamin Aborn; Dr J.
G Williams; George Paine, Thomnas F-Carpenter, R
Claeget; C G Thomnpson, Esors.; Drs. R Brownell,
J Mauran, N A Fisher, and Usher Parsons; Hon
Albert C Greene.
N B. Mr FULLER will be happy to see those parents
or guardians, who may wish to place children under
his care, at his School in Mathewson street, orat his
Room, No 39 City Hotel. f26 MT
TOTICE--DANIEL ANELL having this (ay laken
'in Copartnership JAMES S PETI-EPLACE, ,ill
continue the Grocery business at wholesale and re-
tail under the firm of DANIEL ANGELL .- CO.
at No 48 tanal st. DANIEL ANG ELL,
JAMES S PETTEPLACE.
Providence, March 11, 1836. f 12
N OTICE is hereby g:ven that the undersigned has
received from Nathaniel Lang, ofProvidence,
deed of assignment of all his estate, both real and
personal, for the benefit of his creditors, according
to sa:d deed ofassignment. All personsindebted to
said Lang, are requested to make immediate : phy-
nient to the subscriber, and the creditors of said
Lang are requested to present and prove their claims
within three months from the ,ate hereof, in order
tobe entitled to payment out of said assignment.-
Claims may he presented to the subscriber. or to
said Lang. who is authorized and empowered by me
to receive the same, and to dispose of the properly
and stock.on hand.
m7 MT5t SAMUEL ASHLEY. Assignee.


and all ]VOTICE- Wanted to hire on a farm in thevicini-
e same-" ty of this cily, a man antihis wife, who are
less by competent to the work on said firm. ind in the
F.R. house. Good references will be: '....;-- Inquire
14 tf at the .Tonrnal Qounting rootm. nO tBTlf
. q .- TO MAC NWIlSTS ANDT OTHEiRS.-


.jiL. _ihe bridge, Inquire of. S R WEEDEN, at
B CRAN STON & CO'S,
.m 10 2M1 1st door west of the bridge.
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
-A situation consistina ofa large and cle-
gant dwelling I-ouse,Tailor's Shop and store,
all nataly new, situated in North. Killinglv. one of
the headltiest and most delightful places'in New
England,and .ts locations for Irade is one of the most
desirable in the State, as it is situated in the centre
ofa large and increasing manufacturing district.-
Possession of the store can be had immediately, to-
gether with a small stock of goods. For terms, ap-
ply to BvRUNo WHEATON, on tte premises, or
d12 tf -GEORGE CADY. of Pomfret.
'FOR SALE.
I".- t dwelling House and Lot, situated on
f-- P lie street, opposite the Pine street Acade-
JLL n,,. -the hot:se nearly new, well finished
and very convenient for two families, with wood
hose, and the best well of water to wash or to
drink in the city. Also, one Pew in the Richmond
, Ia ...... Im: lh house. Possession given the first of
. I ,..,at Fl.' .. further particulars inquire iof
PERRY, HUNT 4- CO.
f 2 MTistf No 13 Weybosset street.
SOAP AND CANDLE MANUFACTORY
FOR SALE.
t The subscriber offers for sale, is. Soa. and
l. Candle Manufactory, sitaated in Pine street,
Providence. The buildings arc nearly new, Kettles
and other Apparalus in complete ord.r, and is fitted
for doing an extensive business-said to be as con-
venient a factory as any in the United States. The
stock now oni hand will be sold at cost to any one
who may purchase said factory.
Also. offers for sa'e his dwelling House and Lot.
nearly adjoining the above. The Lot measures 69
feet 6 inches on Pine street, running back 120 feet.
The House measures 27 feet front, extending back
658 fiet, two stories, containing 13 rooms, with a
wash room and pump in the rear-barn 25 by 30I ft.
Also, a Lot north east of the house, ar? feet on Pine
street, extending back ont a24 feet ganway, 65 feet.
Also, a Lot containing 4 acres and ,30 rods. under
a high state of' cultivation, next S-ulh of Grace
Church Cemetery, between the Greenwich and
Pawtuxet roads.
The above property will be sold on accommoda-
ting terms, together or separate, as the purchaser or
purchasers mav wish. GfORGE HILL.
Providence, March 2d, 1836 itnd
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP-The
C Copartnership heretofore existing between tlie
subscribers under the firm of ARMSBY & GIL
BERT, is this Ji-.. .il.. .i ... by mutual consent. The
business of the in ,,, i I. settled by either of the
subscribers, at 75 William st. up stairs, New York,
March ist, 1836. MATTHIAS ARISBY, .
CHARLES T GILBERT.
CO-PARTNErSHIP.--The subscribers have
this dlnv ormed n Co-partnership under the firm of
GILBERT, MUDGE & SH1IMMIN, for the pur
pose of Iransacting a Dry Goods Commission busi-
ness, and have taken store No 75 William street. up
stairs. New York, March 1. 1836.
CHARLES T GILBERT.
BENJAMIN W MUDG.E,
mlO nTFM3w* WILLIAM SHIMMIN.JTa,
LOS'-On Wednesday the tith instant, a fancy
L tmsorocco Willet, containing eight dollars and
sundry papers, with ihe owner's name on themi.-
Whoever has found the same and will leave it at
Mr Samson Almy's Counting room will be suitably
rewarded, SAM UEL BAILEY. mil if
TO PRINTERS OF CALICO.
HE Dighton' and Mount Hope Companies, are
now constantly manufacturing Printing Coihs,
at their Mills in Dighton, which they offer for sale.
Application may be made to E G SMITH, at the
works, or to JAMES D'WOLF, Bristol, R I.
ni8 4w
HIGH STREET BAN1 K.
NOOTICE-A meeting of the Stoukholders of this
Bank will lIe holden at the Ban k Room, on Sa-
turday the 19th of March next, at 3 o'clock, P sD to
consider and decide on the expediency of'increasing
the Capital stock-uf said Bank. Per order.
12.i JA S E BUTTS. Cashier.
UOFICEK O1 THE NEW YOlIRK, IPtOVIOENCE
AND BOSTON RAIL ROAD COMPANY.
SNEW YOtitK, Fbualrv 29, 1836.
T a meeting of the Board ofDiyvetors held this
A 'lay, an assessment of five dollars was laid up-
on each Slni-e of the Capital Stock of this Com-
pany, payable at their office, No 177 Pearl street ont
lte 28fth March next; five dollars on each shnr6'
payable 9th April; nnd l five dollars on eac .1, ,,
payable 20th April. The transfer books n1 It.
closed from the 25th to the 29lh Mnrch inclusive;
afd for ihe two preceding and following days of
each of the other assessments.
JOHN S CRARY,
m3tA20 Presilenit and Treasurer.


T'IHE subscribers wish to Let a roomin thlcbase- A S IGNEES'NOTICE-The creditors ot ARmIL
L ment story of the Mill they occupy, [at Central Cooic, Esq. nre hereby requested to present their
Falls, near Pfawtuckct.J Said Roomt is about 20 by claims before the first of April n-xr, to either of the
75 feet, with power to operate a few machines- -subscribers. DAVIS COOKE, -As
would prefer letting to a Machinist who would do ALEX. BALLOU.' Asg s.
thpir repairs, &c. Cumberland, Feb.22, 1836 MTtIAT
f23 MT3m ____ OLNEY WHIPPLE (f- CO. qOTF;:E- GEORGE C ARNOLD hivrin o6 the
A DMNISTRATORN TICE-The subscriber ",a: fored aCopartership with EUCL ID
Sgives notice that he has been appointed b the CHADSEY, the business Iwill in ture le conduct-
Municipal Court ofthisi city, adtininstrator of the ed under the firm of ARNOLD &'CHADSEY.
estate of Charles Low, late of Providence,dece. Fed. GEORGE C ARNOLD.
m7 MT CHARLES F TILLINGHAST. mI9 EUCLID CHADSEY.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. TOTICE.-The subscrioer (formerly of the tirm
THIREE House Lots on Fountain street, measur- .1 of GILBERT & BROWN,) has established himself
ing together 112 fect front by 100 feet deep-one in Ph ladelohia, as Commission Merchant, for the
T ot on Sabin street, 54 feetfront by 60 feet deep- sale of AAmerican Cotton and lWoollen Mannfac..
also two Lots situated between Pawtuxet and itres, andl has taken the store No, 41 North Front
Cranston streets, east of Pearl street. If not dis- street. The usual facitilies will be given on con-
posed of before the 30th of April next, by private si n ments. WASHINGTON BROWN.
sale, will on that day be sold at Public Auction. Re/rr to
ASA PIERCE, Messrs.-c'iarles Patter, Provlence.
f29 MT' Assignee of Walter Paine. Stimson & Hndges, ovuece.
O T following sizes and qualities, for salt Mc Feld, 'uobes & Co., Philadelphia. w r6w* mnll
RaOt fl sees ua Flesl River Monitor will insert the above for
ate -25 High s re.t- 2 in nths. and forward the bill to this office for col-
Arnercan---16,.1-4, 5'16,1 8,7-16 1-2 9-16, 5-8, he"tiat.
3-4- and 7-8 inch round. Ic I.
Chain and Bank's best-5-8, 3 4, 1, 1 IQ, ij andh "A MULTITUDE of comlortabl sums of money
li inches round. h. iave been within the last few days., anl art
American--. .-, W, 1. 1. 1 ., l, and 2 inch square. ;,,j,. i ., "distributed to the shrewd and cautious,
Do Flat-i1 by i, 4 and ; 1 by and J; it by whdhave had and who now have the prudence and
. and -: 2' by 1 and -, '2 J by -, 0 and 1; 2- by j, i forethought to invest a trifle of their superfluous
and ; 3 by .and 5 inches by inch. change in the lottery. A trifle which does not tim-
English Flat--l. by arnd inchc, 2 by'3 and qt, 2 poverish-them, and enriches thousandsiso far taed-
by ., j and 3. 24 by -, 3 and 4 inch, by ucation is concerned.
ntmo MTwrt* JOHN BARTON. Just as the twig is bent,
ACHINERY ,FORSALE- S Fra The tretb's inclin'd:
8, spindlesI each; 23 Cards; to Drawing Fra es; Convenience, accommodations, [and it is hope.sutic
2 Eclipse Spee.aers, with 3000 Bobbin's; I Taunton cass] wll be warranted, to all who may call at
VSpTeean d 1OPrS AlPFtSlatersvole RI ld Established arid Truly Lucky Office.-
jrti dtA I ,S &. J STATER, Slatersville, RI. Orders by mail, respectfully solicited-y mO 1
pROVIDENCE.BANK STOCK- 5 Share s, forby *na, r s ,
- sale by I-I A ROGERS, ICE-3 casks pr;me Rice, ttat received, for sale
in8 6t* No 6 South Watcr'st. 'by DOCKRAY & BROWN, 28S Water st.


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FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Ei The new copper fastened brigDIAMOND,,
[Chalee, master, has part of her cargo, en-
ggagetid and will sail in a few days. Freight
ss ae taken at usual rates. Apply to the Capt
urd or WM R BOWERS & CO. Ji6
FOR. MOBILE.
The brig SUSAN & SARAH. Capt Rem-
i-j21on. wil iiave immediate despatch, hav-
ing 3- ,if liher car.o ready to go on hoard.
r,ghlit or passage apply on board or to
12 J & P RHODES. Union Buildings.
FOR NORFOLK, VA.
To sail as soon as the ice will permit.
The regular packet brig JUNO, .1 Wil-
nhoir, iMasicr, will sail as above. For
teurcilht or passage, having good accommo-
its brpasseners, apply on board or to
S B JOSLIN, No 8Union Buildings.
FOR BALTIMORE.
Desatch Line. a_
The nraw copper fastened packet brig 17'C-
. TORY, D Oliphant, master, will sail as soon
re river opens, having three quarters of her cargo
ard. For rema under of freight at 4 cents per.
foot, or passage, apply on board.at E Dyer's
f, or to SKTH ADAMS, Jr. or
WILLARD JOSLIN,
i 3 West Water street.
FOR BALTIMORE.-First Vessel.
)espatch Line.
ST.e schooner SAMUEL SLA TElR,
. Capt Chapman, has room for 50 packages,
aind will sailassoon as the river opens--
reighl or passage, apply on board or to
S2ETH ADAMS, .r.
FOR BALTIMORE.
To sail when the ice will permit.
SThe schr UNION, J Simith, master,
will sail as ab lve. For b ,lance of freight
tIt 4 cents per cnibic foot, or passage apply
MANTON & BALLET or
DAVID BARTON.
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
The A t schooner CAROLINE, Dowd
y;master, having two thirds of her freight on
board, wll sail as soon as the river opens.
"enainder .-.i' t.: ;i't, or passage, apply soon to
captain ont I t.jr.I o* to
I CRAWFORD ALLEN.
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
As soon as thuice will permit.
The staunch schr ARENZAMENDI,
.,Whelden, master, will take what freight
nay oflir and sal as above. For informa-
apuly on board, at New York Packet wharf, or
B MUM FORD, or ISAIAH WHELDEN.


LAND FOR SALE.
R SALE, one piece of Land situated upon the
oad near the Richard J Arnold farm, in North
idence, about 2 miles from Providence, contain.
S acres ofgood land, about one half of which
vercd with a thrifty .growth of young wood.
'n as land formerly belonging to Nathan An-
Esq. Also, another lot of Land lying in Cum-
ndl. upon the east side of the road leading from
ty Falls to the house of Otis Mason, Esq. known
he name of the Christopher Brown alarm, and is
whole of said farm (excepting four acres whereon
Is the dwelling house) consisting of about 30
s of towing, tilling and pasture land, with
ale water upon the same, and is well fenced
stone wall. For particulars and terms, which
be I beral, inquire of RICHARD CARRIQUE,
awtucket. m m3 MTw*
NOTICE.
TVER C NVE, of the late firm of BItI.INas &
N'Yz, having taken the store No 151 South,
n street, for the purpose of carrying on House,
and Ornamental Painting and Glazing, re-
ts a share of the public patronage, and le guar-
es to all who may extend to him theit custom,
ve them fuil satisfaction in regard to the wall
h of his work. Also, intends to keep constant-
hand, a supply of Paints, Oils, Window Glass,
nish, &c. at wholesale or retail. m7 3mimT
ST-A lady's black silk work Pocket, contain-
ng the Will of the late Dr Duaniel TThrber,
lost on Monday last, betw-en Cook's Tavern
,umberland Hill, and Mr Abel Thurber's in See-
A reasonable reward will be given to any
who will leave said Pocket, with Mrs HAaRIET
sara of South Milford, Mass. or give any infor-
on by letteror otherwise about it. to ALANsoN
yEn, Pawtucket, or to DRAKEi NELSON, South
rfrd, Mass. rn17 MTtf
RUSSIA FEATHERS. -
) bales prime Russia Feathers, lst,2d and
DJO 3d sorts; 2000 lbs white Down-ijust
veid and for sale lovw hy S BEAL & SONS.
St6w Corner of Hanover & Elm sis, Boston.


CROCKERY, GLASS WARE,&c.
TUSTreceived and for sale very low, Canova Din-
Sner Ware in full sets, different colors, brown,
ereen and lighh blue and purple, and purple Tea
Ware; Lootking Glasses; one hundred and seventeen
domz Glass Knobs; variety of Glass Ware, common
and goodutrha-t will'suit-thioe itraet-uy'tro-el "again.
CALEB GREENE,
d3 6md&aMT No 95 High street.
M ACHINERY FOR SALE-For sale by the
East Greenwich Manufacturing Co. three
Brewster Speeders; two American do; one Drawing
Frame; four Cards. The above machinery are all
in good running order, and will be sold low, if ap-
plied for soon. DANIEL GREENE; Agent.
East Greenwich, Feb 5 dtAl
PUBLIC VACCINATION.
N OTICE is hereby given, that the Board of
Health of the City of Providence, have engaged
Dr. HNRsav W. THAvEa to vaccinate,gratis, all per-
sons who may apply lor that purpose, at hits Office,
Not 7 North Main street, either on this day (Mon-
day, Feb 29th) from 2 to 4 o'clock, .; or on any
Saturday in the month of March. during the same
hours.. By order, RICHARD M. FIELD,
f29 dtf City Clerk.


CARLILE'S
RHODE ISLAND STATE LOTTERY AND
EXCHANGE OFFICE.
Corner of Union Buildings, Providence, R I:
LIST OF SCHOOL FUND LOTTERIES TO BE
DRAWN THIS WEEK.
13 drawn ballots in each package of 24 tickets.
SCHOOL FUND LOTTERY, class 263
Tm be drawn Monday, March 14
1 prize of$14,000, I of 4000, d'.c- tickets 4 dollars.
SCHOOL FUND LOTTERY, class 264
To be drawn on Tuesday, March 15
1 prize of 88,000, 20 of 500-Tickets 3 dollars.
SCHOOL FUND LOTTERY, class 265,
To be drawn on Wednesday, March 16
1 prize of 85,000.1 of 1515. Tickets 2 dollars
SCHOOL FUND LOTTERY, class 266
To be drawn on Thursday. March 17
Capital 12,000, 1 of 4000. 1 of 2000, 10 of 300, &c,
Tickets 4 dollars, shares in proportion.
.SCHOOL FUND LOTTERY, class 267
To be drawn on Friday, March 18
Capital 810,000, 1 of 3,000, 1 of 2580, 20 of 500.-
Tickets $4-shares in proportion,
SCHOOL FUND LOTTERY, class 268
To be drawn Saturday, March 19.
Capital 15.000, t100 of 500. Tickets $8, shareslin
proportion.
For sale in every variety at CARLILE'S,
Long Established and ever Fofltunate Office, Cor-
St ner of Union BuildinG,.
All orders for tickets in any of tle popular Lot-
leries of the day, must be addressed to receive partic-
ular attention, to F Y CARLILE,
Corner of Union Buildings, Providence, 'R. I.
A liberal discount made to those who purchase by
the package; and in every instance, whatever, my
friends and patrons may be assured, that the most
proftound secrecy, will always be observed when de-
sired.
Correspondents, who may desire Official Lists of
drawings, can always receive them should ihev re-
quest the same:.olherwise they can have the list bf
drawn numbers of the preceding week, and a list of
loiteries about to be drawn, at the expense of news-
pnper postage.
All acquired information, in regard to Lotteries,
&e, will be cheerfully given.
Gold b6ukht and sold.
Bank Bills examined gratis-all kinds of foreign
Bank notes exchanged as usual, upon the most lib-
eral lerms.
CA.RLILE'S List of drawn numbers ofthe South-
crn Lotteries for thlie past week.
Grand Consolidated Lottery, class 9
Si'2, 46 9 12 53 18 25 14 2t 41-one No $5. !
Delaware State Lottery, class 9
33 9 35 13 39 69 2 70 49 72 48-one no $3
Literature Lottery, class 9
4 27 26 64 50 8 2 6t3 29 62 4-oneNo $2.
Virginia State Lottery, class 5
33 55-56 23 37 64 22 13 8 19-one No $10
Maryland State Lottery, class 5.
37 28 42 59 59 16 75 13 33 29 40-one No $8..
All prizes of any denomination whatever, cashed
at hiis Office, without atny regard to where they
might /'iave been purchased, invariably upon present.
tianon.
And all prizes of any denomination which may
not exceed the amount of FIVE HUNDRED DOL-
LARS, will be cashed without discount for interest,
if purchased at the Rhode Island State Lottery and
Exchange Office, Corner of Union Butilding.
Several handsb'me prizes, have been, as usual,
distributed to the patrons of this Office, the past
'week-and to receive a continuance of the same, my
friends and.patrons ate respectfully solicited to call
as above, or direct their communications, to receive
particular attention, tdo F Y CALILE.
mnltl Providence. R I.
ITOT[CE-The Copartnership of Cynus PsCKt
A. Agent. was dissolved by mutual consent on thie
f4th inst. All the accounts of said firm will be set-
tled by Cyrns Peck, who is fully authorised to col-
lect andil pay all demands against said firm.
STEPHE.N MANCIIESTER,
fir CYRUS PECK, ,


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-SALES AT AUCTION.


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RAIL ROAD LINE.
ARRANGEMENT FOR MARCH.
FAE $7, AND FO UND.
A The Steamboat PROVIDENCE,
". "a'pt Child, atd Steambu.at 1IO S
"'S-'5s" ]'ON, Capt Tovis,-id.d w II leave
Providence and New .York ever Tuesday, Thurs-
day, and Saturday.
PROVIDENCE.
Providence, 12 1il. I" New York. 4 P. tl.
Tuesday, March 15 1 Thursday, March t7
Saturday, 19I Tuesday 22
Thursday, 2" 4 I Saturday, 26
Tuesday, 31
BOSTON,
Pr-ovidence, 12 31. I New York, 4 P. IlI.
Thursday, March 17 Saturday. March 19
Tuesday, 22 I Thursday, 24
Saturday, 2" 6 Tuesday, 29
Thursday, 31
The Providence and Boston have been -ilt in com-
plete order for ihe season. For further information
apply to S B MUMFORD, 7 South W st,
mil or W HUMPHRY, at RRoad Depot.
N B. All merchandise, specie and baggage at the
risk of the owners thereof.
J. L. CLARK'S
LIST OF LOTTERIES,
TO BE DRA N SOON.
VIRGINIA STATE LETTER V. Class 6.
To he drawn March 12-received 15th.
1 prize of $25,000 1 4000
1 8,000 1 1500
1 5000 10 1000-
Tickets 10 dollars-shares in proportion.
GRAND CO.V. LETTER Y, Class No 6, Ex.
Draws March 14-drawing received 16in
I prize of 15,000 I 1 1,763
1 10,000 5 1,000t
I 2,000 I 10 500
Tickets 5 dollars, shares in proportion.
GRAND CON. LOTTERY, Class 11,
To be drawn March 16-drawing rec'd 1 8th.
1 prize of 15,000 1 3200
1 5,0o0 I 5 1000
1 4,000 5 500
Tickets 4 dollars, shares in proportion.
DELA WARE STATE LETTER Y, Classes I
To be drawn March 17.
1 6,000 I 1 1015
1 1,025 I 25 100
Tickets $2-shares in proportion.
VIRGiNIA STATE LETTER Y, Class No 6
To be dawn. March 19-drawing rec'd ;2d.
1 $25,000 1 351)0
1 8,(00 1 2432
1 5000 20 2000
Tickets 10 dollars, shares in proportion.
MARYLAND STATE LOTTERY, Class 6
To be drawn March 21-drawing received 24th.
1 prize of $20,000 [ 1 of 3000
20 2,000 1 2400
1 4,000 1 2010
Whole tickets $5, shares in proportion,
For sale in every variety at wholesa'c and real,
at CLARK'S
Old Established and Truly Lucky Office.
A discount allowed to those who purchase by the
package.
f Bank Bills examined and Lottery informa-
tion giveo gratis. Please call as above.
Orders by mail, or otherwise, will always meet
with the same prompt and confidential attention,
as though personal applications were made.
Please address J L CLARK. Providence.
Correspondents in Boston and vicinity may be
,assured of a return the same day, if sent by the
morning mail. m l4


FARM TO HIS BE T AT AUCTION.
Will b, let at Au iomni hvr the sub-Ct.ber nmornaged
in popsessionl ,]o FRIDAY. Apr.l 1, atit I o'lotick;
P M for t!Ie th i-ri of one y- na--
A lot of Lian biulongiig Ri Eltifitrid Driter' Jr, of.
Mass, situated .n tthe southturly part of North Provi-
donce, coiintyt of Prov'idence, 1: within Irnihle
from thebiidg.- in ihe city of Phtridehnr,i contain-
ing ahouiteght acres, withl mll the prittll si therin-
unto belonging. Thesoil is wel! adapted ih e cutl-
lure of grass, grain and vegetables.
Conditions-The rent must be paid in edAsh bfi 6xz
ecuming the lease, andm satisfactory stir, ty will be re-
quired for ilhe fulfilment of a:l the covi. nanis cod-
ta:ned therein. EL1ZA AFISKE, .diH'',
mtl 4ITtS by her Attorney, Ei-sha Hafig..
FOR SALE AT AUCTIO&;.
On the Farm in Warwici, occupied by the siihscrih-
er, called the Hdrseneck Farm. oh TUPESDAY:
March 22d, at I o'clock, P M.
All the Stock on said farm. consisting ofoneHorsd
two yoke of Oxen, one pair of tliree year old St-fis;
f urteen Cows, four two year old Heifers, fourteeri
Sheep and five Shoats.
ml4 dis* THOMAS W GARDINE.l
RIAL ESTA 7'E A 7' AUCTION.
31 Lots ofgood Land, situated on the north part
of Pawtuxet, Long Neck, [so calledJ said Lots con=
tain a ledge of first rate wall stone. Said levs join
Ihe shore at the best 'place fur erecting d wharf irt
said Village, [sione being close to the shore, and the'
water bold.I Aiso,-Will sell about 4 acres good
land, situated on the south end of said nedk, adjorPi'
ing which there is tiiatch Lind, sufficient to cut
about ten tons thatch. The above sa!e will hbe on the
Oth ofJune next, on ihe premises, at 1o o'clock, A M,.
mnl4 tts WM H RHODES, Pawtuxet..
STEAM BOAT AT AUCTION.
On THURSDAY, April 14th, at lto'cl.ck, A M.
wi'l be sold at auction on Sayer's Wharffin New-
port,
,, S The Seam Boat RUtSH:i
LIGHT, bout 120 tons bur-
Kiithen, built of the best ae- .
-clerials, cotpered and copper
fastened, was built ill 1827, and lengthened with a
false bow in 1830 ;-she was put in complete repair
in the spring of 1835, and has only run about 2 or 3
weeks since. Shie is in good ordei, has a first ratio
Engine built by J P ALLtAIr, New York ; has four
round boilers,wvhich have b,.en used but for seasons,
and will require little or no repa.rs.-The Boat il 102
feet in length, 18 feet 8 inches in breadib, ies feet.6
inches depth forwardiquar-er deck 8 feet 6 inches,
which runs well forward-shle has s18 berths in the&
gentlemen's cabin ; 6 do in the ladies cablin-; and
forward cabin niiht ue fitted to contain 12 bnvtlitt
The boat is well found with every article necessary
for running.-She will be sold a bgaihgia--For fut-
ther particulars, enquire of
STEPHEN t NORTHAM;
Newport, March 12. tfi'Ul
BY- MARTIN STO-iD -f g & ,Cu o

Un MONDAY, March 2tst, at 12 o'clock off thd
premises,
A small Cotion M:ll in Cranston, neaf
..:t'' the Fiskeville factory, s: called, and the
|A first below on the same river of John Mil-
ler & Go's factory, lately destroyed by fire. Said
factory is 30 feet square, two stories high, with gart-
ret rooms, main geering and water wheel. The
building is nearly new and built in the best nainnner
of good materials, has a permanent damn and front
16 to 18 feet head and fall, with power to operittf-
from five to sev"n hundred spindles, together with
two acres of land, lying within one Ihundred and


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13 drawn ballots in each package of twenty five fifty feet of the road running through Fiskvills vii-.
tickets. large. Sales positive. Conditions liberal and nmaile
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, Class No 7 known at time of sale.
To be drawn at Alexandria, Va March 26, FOR SALE AT PUBIAC AUCTIONS
GRAND SCHEMr, The Providence and Douglas Turnpike Corporatioff
1 prize of $30,000 | 28 300 witl offer at public auction on MONDAY, their 2st
1 10,000 200 200 inst, at 2 o'clock; p m. on the premises,
I 6.000 62 100 i a The dwelling House and out buildings at
1 5000 62 80 tile middle Gate, on their turnpike road, is
1 4000 62 60 I Smithfield. The house is large and con-
1 2500 62 50 vement for a public house, amd has been occupied fa
such for a number of years-it has lately been put in
S 2000 124 40 good repair and painted. Conditions at the sale,
1 1747 124 30 which will be very liberal.
25 1000 4340 20 N B The purchaser can have a lease of the Gate
25 500 24583 10 for a number of vears, should lie wish it.
Tickets $10, shares in proportion. mtO dis H
A package of 25 whole tickets in the above popu- REAL ESTATE A 7AUC'l'ION, .
lar Lottery will amount to san 50 The lartget wo story Hose, Bturn ani4 ,Lt,
..i 15 per cent ofl for casa. 37 50 A situated in tie villacm of VaIl y Falls, Ctrrt-
212 5 berland, and within 100too rotds of the bridge in said
War ranted to draw nett village, a desirable Standi for a public house. Satid
-- estate will be sold at auction o lthie first' day of
Wholeamount ofris in a package of April next, at 12 o'clock, M. on th premises.
whole tickets, 1,02 00 m8 dts NEWELL & BARROWS.
Do do do do do half tickets, 51 o00 BY R. R. MINTURN & CO,
Do do do do -do quarter do 25 r10 NEW YORK.
Do do do do do eighths to 12 75 .
Which later amounts is all that is necessary to SALS O -e &gS --'.....*lL-- -
For sale in every variety at CLARK'S I TiHE CITy or New YosR. "
Old Established and truly Lncl-y Office. On THURSDAY, 24th instant, at 11 0 clock at
r Orders by mail respectfully solicited. Please auction store No 70 Wall street.
address J L CLARK. The cargo of the brig Elizabtlh..iust arrived from
L. CLAR KS, Bombay, consisting of "
LIS O'F DRA WINGS. GUM ARABIC, 100 cases, rst quality
LIS1 OF RA INGS. GUM MYRRH. 15 do do
School Fund Lottery, class 259. ASSAFCETIDA, 10 do do
40 34 14 35 26 12 56 15 11-one numbertl. OLIBANUM. 10 do do -
School Fund Lottery, Class No 260 GAMBOUGE, 2 do do
14 28 49 13 66 62 2 44 21 35 8 48-one tnumiber $4 CAMPHOR, 28 -do do
School Fund Lottery, class 261. ARROW ROOT, 26 do do
36 49 22 34 53 6 58 12 4 24 21 39 51 41-one No 3 SENNA 20 bates tO d
School Fund Lottery, class 262. CUBEBS, 30 bags do'
50 59 18 69 10 14 68 58 12 8 30-one number $12 NUTMEGS, I cask dd'
Virginia State Lottery, No 5, drawn March 5th NUTGALLS, 48 bags do' -
53 55 56 23 37 64 22 13 8 19-one number $8 CHILLIES, 200 do Afticant d k
Maryland State Lottery, No 5, drawn 1'March 7th GOAT SKINS. 8 bales salted do
37 28 42 59 58 16 75 13 33 26 40-one number 88 TORTOISE SHELL, 8 cases do
Delaware State Lottery, class 10, drawn March 8 RATTANS, 2000. bundles do
52 24 28 19 38 59 35 II 31- one number 81 SAFFLOWER, 13 bales doe
Grand Con, Lottery, class 10, drawn March 9 CASSIA, 5 do do
5 18 25 45 66 23 51 33 49 15-one number $5. BARILLA, 10 tons do
Cash paid for prizes-no matter where purchased The above cargo was selected with great carte b
as soon as called for, and that too without impor- anl experienced person, The articks are all of the
tuning the holder to reinvest: For convenience, best quality, tnd willbefound well worthy the atien-
accommtiodation and Capital Prizes, please call at tion of dealers. Catalogues till be ready and the'
CLARK'S samples arranged for e.xaitia'ti'ui, 2 days pdreTvi
Old Established and Truly Lucky Office. ous to the sale. tn8t di
Union Buildings, BY L. II. I-IOFFi'MAN & CO,
Since my last notice I have sold 1 prize of 1000 L- EWFF YOR &
dollars, 2 ot 500, 1 of 400 faid several of smaller de- NEW YORK.
nomination. 1 have made such arrangements with TEAS-Cargo of ship-Regtulfs.
the proprietor of this print, that my friends may be Will be sold on WEDNESDAY. 16th inst. at if
assured that the drawings will be regularly and cor- o'clock, Ile cargo of T'eas and Cass,a imported Hi~
rectly continued in this paper. m14 .. the shipRegalus, Vasmet, cons sting of
J. L. CLARK'S YOUNG HYSON, in chests and half dd,
ListofSchool Fund Lottertes to bedrawn thisweek. HYSON, in chests, cannistets and 13 Ih llces
13 drawn ballots in each package of tickets. IMPERIAL, in chests, half do, canisters and boxe@
School Fund Lottery, class 263. draws March 14, GUNPOWDER, do do do d,
THIS DAY. TONKAY. in chests
1 prizeof $14,000 1 2500 HYSON SKIN, in chests and half hestea
1 4,000 I 80 800 SOUCHONG do
1 3000 230 100 CASSIA, in mafts.
I t 3,000 | 30 100 Catalogues will b6e tfidy and the samples ntay $
Tickets 4 dollars, examined the day previous.
ON TUESDAY. A W BLEECKER. Auctioneer..
School Fund Lottery,class 264. draws March 15. New York, March 3d nm7 tisth
Capital, $8,000 I 20 500 REAL ESTATE IN FALL RIVER. A *'
Tickets $3, shares in proportion. AUCTION. -
ON WEDNESDAY. The brick block-in these centre of the vil- .
School-Fund Lottery, class 265, draws March 16 lage, on Main street, erected ly Jo e)h
Capital, $5,000 I 1 1,515 n Bo land and Fr hcis Bnrland, in the snm-
Tickets$, h$,000 I 1 1,5d5 mer of 1898. It contains two very large Siores hand-
Tickets $2, halves I dollar, sotmely fited lor tdry goods, three tenemenis tland
ON THURSDAY. two offices, with two large cielais, ont. of which hasf
School Fund Lottery, class 266, draws March 17 a fire place and oyen and is fitted for a victualligti
Capital $12,000 | 1 2000 cellar. The block is forty seven feet by forty, wivth
1 4 000 10 300 Ilnree erv lofty stories and large attic clagtn, ter
Tickets $4. I 10 2 00 bove. It was built by mlie (lay under the prrrona.
ON FRIDAY.inspection of ithe owners. The walls are of very irr-
ON FRIDAY. sua ithichness, a'nd secured by iron anchors. Thb
School Fund Lottery, class 267, diaws March 18 roof is sealed, very hIeaily limhiemd and secured by
1 prize of $10,000 I 1 2.580 iron brakes. The block is comnplehely d,tidsd in td
1 3,000 I 20 500 two parts by a brick wall coming above theft roof.--
Tickets $4, shares in prnpo-rtion. The two parts anri'l a vacant lot on Granie Streelt,
ONce SATURDAY.adjoining the back yards, will be offered seaptrsfselv
ON SATURDAY. and together, iand sold sold in the way they will
I prize of $15,000 100 of 500 bring nmost..
Tickets $8, shares in proportion. Terms one sixth cash; one sixth in ninety diry
To be h-ad wholesale and retail at CLARK'S with interest at five per c-it; and the remainder at
Old Established and Truly Luck' Office. a tyt ine not cxc.teeding ix years, with interest at .
A vary liberal ilscuat allowed to those -who putr- nive pet cent payable atmui A : t:or file whole cash,
chase it' the Package. lOrders by mai l lbe The sums created, muast be sea8 red b f n mortgage.
attended to with tile same libserality and promptness othe prseisr ii italout Sny dishie rimt tsf persot ri
as though personal apoliceation were made. The stlewI takepliceon tie remises.Otr ly
Correspondeuts in Boston, w receive returns NESDAY, t3Sh April next, at eleven o'cleok, A t,
t1he same Jay if sent by the morning's mail. Please and will not be postponed on account of the w atina
address JOHN L CLARKI. mil4 er. ni3 MTI
"NOTICE-The subscribers have forme- a connect AD AlI1STRAfT7ORIS SA L.B
tauin in business under the firm oh H DSON & A. AU ,
BAKER, and have taken the Store Ne34 Mtarket There will be sold at public .auction, on SA il".-
street, recently occupied by David Barlon & Co. DAY, the 26th day of March next, at 19 o'clork,
wleree they intend keeping on hand, a general as- noo, .
sortment of Genuine Groceries. Also, Boots and 't he Farm lately eloning to Bfenj n.f all,
Shoes by the dozen, where their friend and former .tfl. EFsq deceased, sualited in 'Johnston. itilhe
customers are invited to call. from Providence, or such oart of it as shall required
HORATIO G HUDSON, to satisfy the just dibis against said estate, T he
m0i 6t STERRY BAKER. Farm contains ihbout 100 acres of excellent latd, tand
O LET--The Store No f25-High street, which swell proportioned for mowing, pasurming gati i1-
has: been occupied a number of years by the suh- ay annually is well wanted with a stirea m of S a-
scribeti as a Grocery and Iron store, and is an ex- ter that never fails j upon the farft is a Iprre qlaan-
cellent stand for business. and will be let for one or tjt of fruit, consisting of apples, pear ipesrtse s, atd
more years and possession given immediately.. For a iine lot of clerrts, of a!pmost earty rkild. T'h s'
further information inquire of b ildin'gs consist of a large and conveni ft dwlli.n
Smlo 6c L STERRYe 3AR. i house, barn, corn crib. and other out buildings.-
STOR TO LET-The Store nlow occupied by Also, there is on said Faurm, a water privilege of 24
Mr Benjamin Potter, Jr i... M-ri. I 'treet, next feet fall, which ill be sold sep.-ratse us t East of Messrs. Trulesdellc P- .i..[..l. (II be vacated will best suit Ithe a.r., hi ar.i ff, s a ht t tId
on the ssdAptil neXt,'and to loet. Apply t situated abiulat .ml .:- Ir.... sanid farm. coilanilling
m.10 4w ELISHA DYER. about five acres, snitaible.for plough httiltd or Yistir-
NOTICE-All persons holdiuna demands against age, Co-liinons at sale i .
Ihe Providence Sleamt Boat Co. are requested AtRTILf M KIMBALL. Adm aietrsgor.
to present thesante toeither of he subscribers ini- MnmIS
mediately. for adiusmeint. .-
P SMITHI, Agl. at Depot, ldia Point, or /.- ETHIUEN TICKb-Jtist' ere e, il. .-r al rty
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FIuaI uhe Prrthlan Advcr.iser, talize his name, they set him apart and thr above cier. In fact it is contrast, after all, that gives TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Mr Morris replied that the explanation had not THE OHIO CONVENTION.
(fnost ova eUvoer.AS coonRiisposDKST.] the common butchers.of the day. The Simplorn much of the peculiar character to these mountain SENATE-MONDAY, March 7. made the srntimeht more tolerable. Extract'of a letter to the Wheeling Gazette,
NO. L Alps, howeveris not the only monument,but al- peaks, but it is contrast aided by nature amid her The President of the Senate laid before the Mr Kent and Mr Ewing then spoke very briefly dated -
TInGS i IN. WivoIT'ZERJAn D M r> most every Alpine pass bespeak his fame. He mightiest battrements. They spring up,of a sud- body a report from the Navy Department, of the on the subject, afrel which CoL..inus, Ohio, Feb. 23.'
TlloNGS Jhvi S eIt.ZE 5lUA SD. cleared the robbers off'. He made Italy safe.- den from the. valleys'on no margin of talile land. contracts which had been entered into by the On motion of Mr Calhoun, the Senate ad- There were several incidents attending the
Heurton, (lhe village) Sept. 15th, 1535. He has tempted the traveller'to journey hither. Fierce winter and luxurious summer are under Commissioneis of the Navy,during the year 1835. journed. Convention worthy of notice, and among then ;.
One of my Enulish ,iipaniius, tlhe new one He has given him shelter upon the mountains as your eye at once. The stunted fir, and the rich Also, a report from the Secretary of the Trea- Mr Calhoun, therefore,has the floor to-morrow is the introduction of the preamble and r.o.ai- \
whu.i I fiund n pn St. irnartdis my beauideal well as security in the plains. I cannot upon grape are but a short distance apart. You shiver sury, of the various contracts made by that l)e- to close tie debate. lions by J. H. Wood, an original ..icks.n man,
ofa traveller AII" lhis Inhtaige he carries in a this spot while admiring his genius, even think with cold under a noon-day sun, and you per- partruent, during the year 1835, as well as the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. on behalf of himsiyfand 20 .other Jackson men,
pack upon his back. Three shirts,(one too many) ol the oceans of blood he shedand of the slaugh- spire under its betting beams. No Cathedral, no payments made, according to lawout of the Ma- Mr Boon mosed to suspend the rules in order delegates in atteendanc_.r'fft the Convention -
two pairs at sicks;.. ,rnge dress coat,(quite un- ter and wreck of all hopes that he brought into Edifice of man, no matter how august, can thus rine Hospital Fund. to receive the reports of the Committees; re- They were ree the vast multitude with
necessary) a pair of slippers, with a few knick- thousands of innocent families. Peace to hMs elevate lhe intellect as do such prospects ns these. Mr. Ewing moved the Senate to take up the jected. a cordiality and applause that surpassed any
nakeries, maike up the sum total of the interior memory If there be gradation of rank in the Nature here has displayed, ifnot her almost, as bill, to appropriate for a limited term the proceeds ser, LAUsen. thing of the kind I ever witnessed.
,,1 his pack, and with this and this alone he has world of spirits, let Luciler give him the highest on the Andes, or the Niagara, or in the mighty of the Public Lands. Mr Jarvis stated that a ship of War, tihe Co. Another is, the Editor of ajGermao paper, of
travelld from England through France and seat at his own right hand, for smely his valor Mississippi, something of the mingled grandeur Mr. King, of Alabama, and Mr. Benton, ex- lumbia, was to be launched to-morrow, at 12 o'- extensive circulation among that valuable por-
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Switzerland, and is tow on his way wijth us to and high genius have won the honor, of each and all:-and then what is more, lhe.Alps pressed a hope that tlie motion would not be press- clock, and that many of the members who had lion of our citizens, a decided supporter of Van
Vienna nod Germany via Venice on the Adriatic. My companions and I commenced making the have a history. The noble Roman has trodden" ed, but Mr. Ewing said, after having the bill put never witnessed a similar spectacle, wished to Buren, came to the Convention here. Struck
Every day he 'bdoks like a dandy out of a drawer, ascent in excellent spirits. The rise is so gradual over them! They lead to Italy h As is Ihe ocean out of its place three times, he was bound to take have an opportunity to attend it. He t-"erefre wi -l"e character and numbers of those who had
eo ueat does he keep himself. lp every town he that there is no more difficilly in making it than that parts the new'world -from tlhe old, so is the the sense of the Senate. The motion was nega- moved that the rules be suspended for the pur- come to llie Convention, went to a meeting of
is-as he is-llibe gentleman wilh all the outward in walkingr upon the common road. Strange Alpine barrier that paris the Past from the Pr es- lived-Ayes 18, Noes 22. pose of enabling him to move that, when Ihe the delegates from his county, and requested that
aecompaniments-that will give him a pass in so- enough is the spectacle of galleries with the ent. Over the mountain passes'where the-Ro- Mr. Kent offered the following resolution, House adjourn, it adjourn to meet to-morrow, at his name might be enrolled among them, slating,
ciety. How ghrdly would I change conditions road running just above your heads, to reach man legions marched to subdue the Gaul anldthe which.lies ovep for consideration. u 2 o'clock. at the same time, that he saw" the people were
with him, and srnd my little potmanteau'home, which you must walk an hour perhaps Stranger German, the Gaul and the German come now to Resolved, That lhe Judicary enquire into the The motion to suspend was agreed tI. going en*masse for Harrisn-llhat it was in vain
if I could,, for he is his.own master, dependant too is the prospect above, from the region below, put their yoke upon the son of the-Roman. The propriety of giving to the District of Columbia, Mr Hall, of Vermont, mooed to amend the to resist Iheir will-thit from that time he should
upon. .no one, and in no one's power, while Iam of eternal snows on mountain tops which seem foresls where Casar hnnted tle barbarian, are a Delegale.on the floorof the House of Represein- motion, so as to adjourn till Thursday. espouse the cause of Harrison."
tied down to a few old clothes done up in leather! as if they were hid in the skies where you must peopled with a race that grind Italy td the dust. tatives, and thereby place them on an equal foot- Mr Brown moved to lay the motion and the And last, though not least, is the fact, that at a
If he had but put his dress coat on, and shielded soon pass too, and wade in the very snows your- Is it a fancy, as I think here of my owr far (iff ing with the other Territories of the Union. amendment on the table. Lost. party in the evening,alter the adjournment ol the
it by an outer linen or cotton covering, he would, self W.e loitered along, anmusing our travels home, and imagine; that as Westward the slar Mr Clay offered thef allowing resolution, which The yeas and nays on the question were called Convention, Governor Lucas, in a speech of ome
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have been perfectly equipperl, and yet have lad with the survey of every magnificent piece ol of Empire wends its way," some day or olber, was agreed to.- for and refused, length in answer to a sentiment complimentary to
all the luggage that is necessary, for tlrere is wori--a noble bridge here and a gallery there miy countrymen n ill be playing the part in Eng. Resolved, That the Secretary of the Treasury The amendment was then adopted,and the mo- him, cnme out decidedly far Harrison!
hardly a place where you cannot have linen overhanrinir tlie most fearful precipices, made hlid and Europe, over the Atlantic barrier, that be directed to communicate to llhe Senate the to- tion, as amended, was agreed to. The number of delegates in attendance may
washed at night, and dry and ready in the morn- perfectly sae, howevertby walls, and barriers hoei e ut andc the German are playing here ? tal amount expended inconstructing andrepair- CONTESTED t ELCTION., safely be set ownI at 14H)0. When assembled in
ilgF. Clothes are here so chea li tRi .. 1,. .,-' and parapets,-r,.. I.:. I ;i., ,h dae e.tholie imligS "Ohl, l'f it ever have lhe power, that it be not in ing the Cumberland Road (including bridging) The motion to reconsider the vole of the House the.public square-it was generally supposed that
to buy them on the spot than to be ...ii. ,... ulpon the little o Inl'l I.. ,* 'upon the madl- h.. ... chains but in shivering them, and letting and distinguishing the sums expended east of rejecting Mr Bynum's motion to allow the pe- spectators and all amounted to 50(0. A wag ob-
tlieir transportation, for baggage that you cannot .,,,, ,;,k, ,|pges i, .... .... i wicked protestaunt I .... IJ.,. down-trodden world Strange it is in Wheeling, and in the three States of Ohio, n'di- titioner, in the case of the North Carolina con- served, that there was just four acres oi Whigs,
carry with you is a nuisance,constantly putliug | j.,--anon entering th e refuges that Bona- f Ie reverse o empires, that the portion of Ihe ana, and Illinois. And that he also communi- tested election, to appear before the House, by and that hereafter the Whians of Ohio would not
you i) other men's power,and often quadrupling parte stationed all along to shelter the traveller Eaith, the first portion too, where Liberty so cate to the Senale the total amount of the two council, on the mai question, was taken up. be counted, but measured by acres.
your expenses. Pen, paper and ink, can be found from the storms, or looking into, as in the lower long haid its abiding place, is now thie most op- per cenet. which, by the compacts witlh the States Mr Spangler gave his reasons for not making -
in every holel--and in every city you can buy past ol tlis mountain, the humble cottages here pressed As I go down into Italy, 1 feel even of Ohio, Indiana, lllinois, and Missouri, respec- the motion to reconsider. .A Scene at the Ohio Convention.-As Mr. --
what you want, and.cities, remember, are thick and there to chat with the peasantry, buying a lhal 1, liough an American, must become a new lively, was received out of the nett proceeds of Mr Grinnell opposed the motion; and, before Van Buren member of the legislature, from High-
here. These are lessons for young American :bit. of bread or a drop of \vine to encourage us in man. I mnust close my moulh. I must lift my the Sales of the Public Lands, for making roads he concluded his re na ks, land, entered.his hotel on Saturday evening t is, .
travellers in good health who wish to travel eco- our upward ascent. In one of these cottages we hal before the menial slaves of power diessed in or canals leading to these several States, distin- The Chair stated that the hour of one o'clock he recognized some dozen of his warmest -,pp,.--.
Iomically. If 1 nd known three months ago found a chamois hunter, and we made himn ex- the hunting and leathers of bae authority. 1 guishirig between the amounts of that fund which had arrived, at which the special order must be ters, o last fall, and fellow lownsmen, seated by. ,
what 1 am learning every day, 1 could have savd pato the particulhs of his difficult and danger- must wrile, if I wrile at n il ith a peril. Some haver iccrued in each of these States. taken up. the fi're. ,'.
sOlms ol money. Remember Pedestrianism is the on trade A glass lint -he hiad, showed him accursed Austrian bayonet stands at erery gate A bill to authorize the licen asing of vessels to Mr J. A. Shepperdmoved to suspend thIe ru'es I am glad to see you; gentlemen,"' said Mr.
thlshion here. The English young men of the o why n ihe chamois trod the snowy mountain top, threatening vengeance upon all who think of be employed in the Mackerel Fis.hetry, was read in order to continue the consideration of the sub. -- with his most condescendingt bow. You
hest families walk every where, and boast of far above the loftiest gallery of thie Smplon, and freedom. Adieu to Switzerland The men of a third time aund passed. ject; ut the motion was not agreed to. have come up to see how tlie Whiggies make
their walking feltes, and excellent vigorous walk- when the nimble-footed creature.f Ii e .'.111, i ,...' the mountains have kept consecrated there the SLAVEnY. k The New York bill was then taken up, and presidents, eh ?"
ers, many of them are too, trained as they have per m to peak, to descend the i..of.r.ai n. .. f..J holy banner of Liberty won tby the valor ofWil- The Senate proceeded to consider the petition passed by a vote of 114 to 94. Mr. G--- (one of the company.) Yes, we
been by hunting and by tlheis/hi of walking, upon the mross and niggardly grass of thie lower liam Tell. The rocky barriers ofthe Alps have of the Society lof FriLiends, in Philadelphia, pray- Mr. Pearce, of R. 1., moved to amend the have come to attend the conventions delegates."
which is a very honorable thshion in many parts rucks, he sallied out with his ill built gun to lie been their walls. Fit temples with fit worship- ing lor the Abolition ol Slavery in the District of .title of the bill, so as to read as follows : Mr. You are joking. You would be
ofrigEgland among thel English gentry. ernenem- in wait for him in some sly corner of the cliffs, pers. This fortress, tyrants, ye can never shake, Columbia. M "An act to relieve and confer exclusive bene- the last men to desert the old Gneral."
ber too lha in a mountainous country as Swit- and thus to shoot him as he passed. The difi- a fortress too, in the heart of your despotisms,-a Mr Cuthbert, Mr Brown, Mr Swift, and Mr fits upon certain merchants and importers in the Mr. G-- Most true, sir, we have support-
zerland is, carriage-fare is high, aind that to out- cuti y c nd danger of such a chase one can only little green spot tlhat does one's heartgood in this Hubbard addressed Ihe Senate, but nothing new city ofNes, York." ed toe old man throsgt h thick and thin, even at
walk the slage coach is no difficult undertaking see and leel, who leaves the trodden palh, and wilderness of yours. Of ltalyye have made a came.out in argument, except statement, quoted Mtr. Wise asked whether the question was the expense of little wearandtear of conscience
at rll. We always laugh when we see a man seeks Io make a road for himself. 1 know what tomnb. 1 g.o these as 1 would "into the vaults of by Mr Hubbard from a newspaper, that a Pres- debatable. but the fact furnished no ground for supposing
here among the imuntains with a huge trunk or he difficulty is, for a gallery o the road, visible, the dead, wilh a cautions tread and a fearful- b;. terian Synod, in Oho, had excommunicated The Chair replied that it was. we shall be sold to such followers as he pleases to
twoa hatboxanunbella and a cane, carpet but just above me as I fancied, tempted me to whisper. What a slave does fear make of a man!' ll. aive-holders. Mr. Wise then moved that the House adjourn designate.- We have accordingly been delega-
bagsin short with all his stock in trade appended make one of those short cuts ever so tempting to Even the sonsof the Romans are but mummies Mr. G nrundy obtainefthe floor, and Mr White Lost. t ed here to express our wishes and those of our
to his person. Suchli a traveller is rather creent. all pedestrians, but always such bad bargains in Fear has withered all .their energies. ut the ten moved to go info Executive business, which The motion to amend the title was rejected, fellow-citizens in relation to the next presidency,
We think lie has some lessons to learn. To all the end ;--and no sooner had 1 quit the beaten glory of lle Past, what a glory it is!-Can it be, was agreed to. and the original title agreed to. and they are decidedly for Gen. Harrison."
these remarks, men with theit wives, daughters, road than i found myself clamberngr up an ascent that'the land where sweet Virgil sung, where The Senate then adjourned. The House then adjourned. Mr.--. "Umph! How many of you have
o .r sisters are exceptions. It never will do ouIm fearfully steep, clihnging to every bush, now on lively Horace lived, .where Cicero, wrote and HlOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. m..n.. over ?"
fair e country wofwn any injury to look at Europe, my hands, and now prostrate on the round, roll- spole,-lthe later home of tthe Italian Poets and The House took up lar consideration the mo- B ,ro edtINiDAN WAR l l.i. G. None have gone ovei. There only
but I do not know liow it can be shown to them ind the stones downwards, in little avalanches- the Isalian Painters and Sculptors too, is like all (ion, heretofore submitted by Mr Patton, to sus- rresponden of the ourier and Enquirer. happens to be no Van Buren men in Highland,
unless they have a little fortune to spend my companion behind screaming to me, keep otherr lands? Has Geniua no peculiar home, no pend. the rules, in order lo enable him to submit S eAruaTr Mo2 d ay f h.M except the post masters. There is Dr. J- is
l'found my portmanteau at Sion whither I had still," fsr the stones rattled down upon him like consecrated abiding place ? How is it lhat men a motion for the withdrawal of the resolutions of t.February 2d, 183h, 9 t. M 5 with us." i
sent it from Geneva,the money (for had stoney rain," while Iwas puffing and perspiring-, and at degenerate? But has italy degenerated ? Is not therVirginian Assembly on the subject of the ab- Dear Sir--Since despatching my second letter, Mr. -- You don't say so!"
one cannot carry much of here) and all safe, and work with feet and fingers,-in the end gladly ltalv even now the home of genius? If the ni n olition of slavery, presented by him and commit- (two hours ago by vessel,) I have gathered a few Mr. G. And Major Y.""."
with ital safety insured by the Post. Sion is on resolving, as 1 reached the road. never again to are I nummics are they not like the sleeping led to theSelect Comnmittee on that subject, ap-, particulars, w-ica, though of no special moment, Mr. -- Indeed !!"-
the.grand.mililay route that Napoleon made over attempt a short cut upon an Alp.' How delicious knight carved by Michael Angelo, sleeping be- pointed under Mr Pinckney's resolution. [Mr nay yet, perhaps, prove ol some interest. A force -,lr. G And Squire B.?"
the Smplon. It is about six hours quick walk- here over the streams that run down the sides of cause injustice reigns, so as not to see, and not Patton's object was to withdraw the resolutions f 700 mien left Picolata this datoy, for Spring Gar- Mr. ---. Is it possible !!"
o ingrumhe Martgny, twenty-four miles perhaps, Ihe mountain, thle icy water in which .we as- to hear it. The Italians, Madam de Stael has from before the Select Committee,and give them den, about 80 miles up the St, John's. There sti ll G. "AndGen. A."
foryou iharynouiing of miles in Switzerland.- suaged our thirst, that came trickling throucrh said with truth, afre more reinarkabe fori what a direction which, in his opinion and tlatofsome remain at;Picolata at least 1300. Gen. Call left Mr. -- -' The d--1 !"
S Hour-and minutes are e sole nmeasurers oulgf the every crevice, more deligohtfil and ptrer than they hare been, and what they can be, Lthian for others of the Virginia Delegation, would be more Tallaihassee a thew days since, with 400 men, for Mib. G. n AndMr.aJ-- and Col. R-- ,ande
distance. The road was level and dull though ven the delicious wines! The hot sun drew what they are now; but the glory of the fine ars, respectful to the body from-which the resolutions tat mpanav, ehi eaGulad forth-westofthma I do not know how many, in fact, the whole
in the valley ote the Rhone, for miles past Mar. ,ut aflow of perspiration, and the pure cold the only one which is permitted lhemrh--iast lost emanated,.viz tomu've that Ihey be printed and There are 1900 at that place, under Col. Twiggs county. There is scarcely a Van Buren man to
tin, e .r..l..; on either side only sterile rocks water of Ihe Alps in which we bathed our tern- its luste ? is it diminished ?t is not ltaly even laid on the table. Mr P's first effort was to re- -in all now, therefore, 2200 at Tampa. In the be found."
and morassess; but when the character of the ples and our hands, was a richer treat than lhe now the lome oftlhe arts, and thle school of the for them to the Committee on ihe District of Co e or the present week 10o men are expect- Mr. -- Here landlord! landlord! when
country changed,lhe change was a beautiful one, Inxriou stores of any ice ioue nse in a warm world.? You have the reflections ofan lumbia, with instructions to report that Congress ed to arve atthis po e r now i the does' the stage starter (or Hillsboro." "
for fine pasltiages are seen.; and vines hanging th ue.,tlern climate. Now.we would look over the American upon the Alps as he is about to fio has no power, under the Constitution, to legis- city 200-about 200 at Hernandez's place, 40 Landlord. Just goomn."
uponte little walls, and creepig, the one to the banks of lhe road, and lift huge stones over them down into the plain of Italy. This Simplon late onthe subject of slavery in the District of nrroa les conut o edhis, and 50 at Hadte dlace, 2 M._- Give me myh at-l'll know what
otreller, sicapt the earth in lerrces on w he southern to roll down a he precipice, so as to hear the rum. whence 1 date this is on the Southern side, a lit- Columbia. But the House sustained the decis- mTle C irom the city hiere are, it will thus be has broke loose in Highland before l sleep."t
bas.: ,.i ll.. I .- lhien the villages. lie churches bling thunder ftr below. Here the aqueducts lie village 3216 Paris feet ,hboe tle level of the ion made by lhe Chair, that the resolutions were, seen, upwards of 5000 men under arms in East The stage whirled off, and in it the Van Buren.
o l'l.. .-'. r, Io:1a dkore numerous hran even in t would allract our attention, through which the Medit rranean. You see, therefore, that 1 am upon preservation, referred to the Select *Com- Florida, at this moment-a force far more than delegate from Highland. .He has not been. at
New England, the chapels too remarkable for foaming water was running far under the road. not yet on the sunny plains below, nor have l rnittee, under theresolution appointingthat Com- sufficient to eterminate the Indians, could they be Columbus since.
their itln-er. :- decorate the tops of uthe bills, or Now, as we ascended higher, and the air was ye.t gone over the finest part of Napoleon's mag, mitteh'v ] ". .l at? The people north of Picoluta, have most,
biyntsadsa vr ntif iltoatoieth i ngo esl o tMraJ. A. them, etrnd tmteir 'aa Ion1. I rom gadtohee ytou. gentlemien,"caid.














the ,6oIn .11,. on which they stand, stadding chillier, we would look with rapture upon the nificent road. What visions crowd upon my i- Mr.J. Q Adams moved that the motion be laid not ll of them, returned to their plantations. From e National ntlligencer.
the banks of the r.hione all along with the glo- plain of Valais, and the valley of lthe Rhone oall agination! Will they be realized ? B. on the table. Tat portion of country, however, has at no ime From Kentucky, we learn that a good deal of
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rb,.est emblems of civilhzarion, ridon, and hap- gren ,bvel uthefies all above us was as white edNo-i.-[- -A.-R-n itelnd mThlof third tionm ed h or dere pda sse queon hood of 'amp ;Kbut im ion wbrciot agrew ter eo r avss- didacute ad orecorseetl t he supourt Whie
inessbeautifully interwoven ith elle txuriance as the ows e id i as GEN HARRISON S RE.LYk m tion e r erd received a lw moments ago T rom the neiYhbor- friends in that Sate e n reference to their lan
and magnificence o nature. You leel the warm passed the region ofl vegetation, the roar of the The following is the .Reply of Gen. -Anthiso, betin taken, it was decided in the negative.- hood Camp King, in which the wrier express didate for Governor, some urgin the support of
rays of the sun in the valley ;you hear the grass- torrents, the masnificence and variety of the to the Letter informing hum ol his Nomination Yeas f0o nays 83.o es te belief that Powl(Oseola) s still livramng- Judge Clarke for that office, and others insisting
hiopper, you see the fig-tree, as well as the vine view, the sudden change of .the seasons, for President, by the N. York State Convention : The question being taken on the motion of Mr There are those here who think that Jumper and on the nomination of Lieut. Governor More-.
but took upwards on lhe mountain .smniwt, and the bright sun over our heads, and the cold CiscinNATI, A20th Feb. 1836. Patton to suspend the rules, it was decided in the another Chief, who were the presiding demons at head, who has been for some time acting Gov-
you see the rhododendron, and the snow-covered snow under our feet, toe dark caverns cut GENT.EMEN-r have the honor toT knowledgee negative. eas S4, nays 6. the massacre of Dade s men, are men of as much ernor of the State, In this state of things Van-
peaks of the Alps. Sion then bursts upon your tlrrough the solid rocke to make th e pass, thhe receipof your communication announcing On motion of Mr..Hinton, heretofore made, to consequence in the eyes of these people as Powel Buren Convention \vas held at i ranfort, the
n.aT ;. nn a ea e r l ., reconsidertote o tie THouse referring the w eeketil d s d ow is h e s maek^before last, to nominate an Electoral tick-
[.,, ,:. UI L,: r'* .. L ... t""t "' : lur-l r:'i' leaven one di pa y ot the pow er of m an in an rg rt nY- r "c "o nt c ^ -i c-e n > m e-oe'sl ofthe N ntionrm T rades' U union ,,pr.ayintr however, adm itof a doubt. Powel is unqnestion-, et Perceivin B the different cee of opinion am ong
S enough. The city itself, however, butdisfigures achievement of more than Roman enterprise, New York ha, y a unanimous vote, ntominated Congress to regulate the hours of labo. durin ably their "Great God of War;" and perhaps the t Whe s t their State Officer athe deenr
the nble landscape, for the streets -are narrow .contrastrieng grandly with the savageness of the meh a cwnde ae or e Presidency oe tle Ulnte d wich he'.O laboreres on te Cumberland road shatll best evidence of his not being dead is the fact that hned e sntrary o pei us desa to nminae
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an ir the houses ill built, and the odors place, and al else the submity of a God, so in Stas, tt.e ensuing eecon. The situation e employed, to the Committee on Roads and the Indians are not qeled, but on the contrary, candidates of their own for Governor; for which
palol.Wehalwaysdoaughwondwer -tSeeksmodmake nroadt rhimself'.Iknowwhattoin b.Igotheseas whIch funnb myshlrplacpd by the partihty of Cccnranprcesnashedk
Ther ,ea morng themonta i nsdo nto th e Dsgetrnor tiredt y isgito, r llas recalledhe fine i. .i.edi wit ase pa cer d by the .adartalt aor rl B.an, Syn oe n up. concentrating tCh eir e ores ad the old battle groud offices the selected M.h Flournoy and Elishas
people are remhn in fear of tican e choleran,- v erses of Pope, di ndeedin my fancies d Delowh i tiens of .s eea da s af te t. fao sted in substance, that le voted theoWithlacoochee. Gen. Scott has arrived at Hiserropur fandidatesn gt becamenee
W e' r Z ,8 th ink lie s some l s to learn. To al Moult oen the vales and s Ieu to tread h e sky. 'g l. o. ,e P tPwh at .vr y i east e wgains tl.e m otiondt prefer the petion to a Sorigina- title sary for t hey W i gs hereiore, to unt on one
i. Cathedra in all Catholic towns, but 1 mention , tantoo that 1 sioue occupy. Tehe igh oice i |lect Committee on the grond ha wa cl As te soajthn is at t Hnis moment a oint of some andidate. M MtA unreh e 10 a aoinl haitne
S tbhis, because thereare it it some ancient Roman heaunesteSombreod ef ttoyofc lamb eri i ascen t rthar athey. ws wher s to.pwace me was never, whr alated to piol ote tespi ot ari sm which inteest, wh ence inteni gene wil be soonest re -. 11e- deh m as soon ass !th-
inseriptions. The old castes upon theneighbolfd r leost sobre gotte rod she s taciers to es ,ow meno.v lHe orbect oen my atloo. 1 never, rHhisorn on d twas a.med- thr mt"in iES ceivedh I have concluded t R t n the r- crremi ah Goo W s tee s av dof things c a-
San rocksuntare cn various s i rts. The envi u o e, i h sprnsot of the road l ti esro her n otl. eve In n lac rnat ion, supposed lbhat I would be coun Te he, H odu e to k U lo e n cat inhe m whole, to tarry here a bfew days lon uer rr, n h o e h Me d e s o f The g n
he town are very prettwyhi. The views b re mac, -eept o e mm won hich we were wading-hseeing fee d wlilrtdy, wndyh al coaniond euslayl poro teal(ion here idr e rs a miteforb epesn mattonosu- oare hincden -gon of n t Piera an ture rhapil boto e no o harbuer enain cimsly-
I neste a ealtl otn ose d iyet omparna o nbe hi l nd te pearnt ort l o i oe1k e ierlns? H sGn-ihu-s 1. /I.^ l n o pl t- es _cula, h m, L o.. .. e ,th rle................ a ,, Mo day"















nIticenpt t The horrid goiture dsfigures llhe necks w.. y a r, be uht a fe c people or. the Umited S t l the seattemen wn wished mo]al mndmen is osa id just to have occurred at Hanton's, two haWitkalototerso tLie uembra Goverinoar' -l
o m a myporny i anteue d atv i o n w tahed ef oIra stlHorn we, h el the es fr rce of the concluding og i n a orn d b t e Fatnherr t odf bb p... .?H is i t ra by ..d the moiit ts a mo.on dhede v he s fered they mleres lhuei sa n so u i bo 5o( of Fee rr oe 9fP .tnAa. Jo vrtwinoh (i
t cil f, au md it is said, almost insensible to blows, verses and lhl e sound aud s un se fln ly eoprres- t d ge high intellectual power and moral won rth o? Chiir o a h wn A sennouncbl nyyont subjectdf the a b-e-day orde red some wago nst T s o esentire hintsce tna t-t e eno don' t sy th !s I
The portmamnean fixed me to lhe Diligence for .guest remg o rnsn oure~ es1 exclaim ng i" ,i-" 'al t'o eos ,h -"*.t,"-^ r -v moe to usedtepciloer -rce toP l.ue aes: -, etr w^'1t.tteelcini hs
tle present. -My new Amoerican companion, a in foi .a en'ar homeoeniusnIlsonlietinoslvrpente the bynIOSe Omf considering t'he....s elr, of ttene ee la portion of volunteers from South Carolina, e cr.G And Maor
cex t i ou s m ul taneo w abIte b oner s th gar oclevn n w t e call .e e orl
Virginita n met nm here, and we journeyed on to e .a. h.YeGrn ,--rad wa-c tinhuidvhed aasoci ate n developing tte prd ciples Cornoit ee on Ele ctionns. "m.uho, howeaor, on reaching Hanson's, refused to ccident.- An unfortunate accident happened
,Breg together r, a village at the foot of the Sim. o n I ,t ePnp e ...in tdc,.f, c 1 t.e:.,A a rdrd ings. i vd.. meo M r.. .Ami aon m eorved nn pten ,th e ot n, s o e sebde Theyurr- for what reason we bmhave ny tom t, M r. Jeremiah Goodspeed, an industrious ar-
ptlon m, unt on the Swiss side Th e a Enl ishmen g hr s r e ve. tae tr aeo n ao t on "aAlur deolto tknights ov the l iA t cuyn be ren as to suspend the urne-r i, n o t he ... pSres o flion. M heard. A detach ment lhas been sent out.-a por. center, onf this towd yesterday morning, on board
walked on with their packs on their baxh cks (kbr e unmurto qoi'lesteasho rndownc se s caus nired for berewithall o at is ecessari for ealon thece, fo ra the resotions 0 tion otake lhe fAgons on to Pitoata, and the er sail boat rn our harbor. Mr. G in com-
S,. ,, ,, ,abut sport wilh them. o was ohlige ste mountain, e thc a n i w security. and order. Ati the moment of the corn m petitions and memorials. The amendment was others to brmin in the refractory S volunteers. It is pany with aaotAer person, embarked in a small
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".f..: ur,.Inty*Iendedi sitt to Leukerbaden, orssi nehaenoheen e urchased'o of the mant id unicatw o y o yy p otn of ,reed to, and tre mutyon as amended, was fearedthekmay resist, and unpleasant taronse- boatfortheparposeoftakingashortgunniige!
thre baths of mLeu, irt to see the magnefiet a te czens a e whose h oristory is that of dopted : T 'w quences ensuee We shall learn the result in the cursion, and while his comrade was endeavoring
Sscenery thereabout, and next to visit the curious h t e aitel e nd ralon theo self deaen a adve hon ter tle eom non o.ood, I tie hair proceeded to call th le more Tr ning. Volunteers ar e not accustomed to the to attend to the sail as e boat was jibing, the
c -. batbs where the bathers continue for theia r health m n Ss Bnu,,,err to alht i n a.e whatte uh hey .aedno the lt o rofeaneitres totios a t R e bodfriom whc are akin cnitrat ter os i sitigge oH oa many, win at the ...oAD.
hilb rthe m wat elre rdati oaaio theirest on e a srea n s h an e idice na of success of each of Tehe drstTghslved starermen Man- Abolitio n mei e als e dispensable. Tey chafe, under the bit iCo many to of the boat was accidestaln y touched, and its
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inthe go alin tables, wic the ,atish maiei-rls n ttIveontaidnoreas, at d itrbn Efeseir Yt who had been hpld u tos heir eountrymen as resed, Tht hes i ast tee Selent rn i"oallow, thnen o e anst iiTa 1S d whoe foun
athenhe, c I tosd r sided onlymsothe orb- waterof'athe Alpsinwhichawe bnout, tre -it s lyustreodnev noeM-oobursex enpofnthepresent week10aconareex eeor we dhernee, says the walitinorg atrothe ohem
.aid.or. th ascens ; thei ne curact o e a a t nd orhe y the rlhom reactomed ey iled otherane and trance.eshof Peeeenttoterarch Comm teeo ilheDkstrict.b o f Coed to riet thi ss apo t. he Aeareolit the b be tie snea e, that g e Ktaton ill the leltmear.--
assn trl an lth e le av th e ad s aro a o f uNapo leonn, ve rsified a nobee thou a s omime on s feelina when ar pmworl ?*r *lo he Contr itu tieby and to that oue Many petitions on various subjectsta t were pres- sv C r eto, n t a -en nadto hr sa Stand ta. Ge .Ne otLesad othr dmesain til bed. n I .-
feening theanged t oasre te tly lin d lls dve s- henspoer a itne e e ca uow on wermeeulind inspred was Ame y intention to have given my aftoeble snented r ,ereand referred C in. o i e srso tf/thais,.and5e 00daitHand tatr ou lr s r ,. il
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perseo in lje valley of he or ne, and upon the o e i an's of t he rod aud t hgeeor sao vd upo i a sppniort. A large and respectable portion of my Every State and Territor was v e one through th i Seit (atie ices b th e M eioec tartsie niltns To E elooT s in itgvldCe orecIsOle p."
chains .hict durrouudineg Alps, tone cases the oever d as supfe preio p te ,l '1a a ptlaearthm a countrymen have, however,, determined lhat vf l with .y o Hosentaie d th e this ote the nohthate ni as fi
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flle ing th underi far bela o w. I-Terue tilea q ue d ush myle villag e 2 6 Prc io sfro met coFolothr lr m ai ngmpreparatthis o nst)omenfor ce far hmos th a no wl igma e tr omrHig Slad .Oeran s le a tee n u uand
chapel, b ruinedwt.rre:. s or lat ucrown so manyv en"tn, any h n e e anes to re is a pirrde.t oa slebt be placed in the list of candidates. I Mr. Robeistonoft Virfinia, askd ihe con s n e Painstor lp zettins in cosequence 'w lilies iowteki t RO is
birlri oo th e luri ttenplni. a. e ust Wio es e n s e n ou l ictre- are1 have siereftrtc n ch ine r emaininfle, mubth a- or the H Use o sunit tes fl w n r t sfes uct on iein ot tMe a.t ihel GonoC o htine ian s ,c ordered theyeb aCo. umb us n P. f
D alierie tha we o hapsft e ls t hr sio r n uair umle o f e eh n m wfiate w es r aitre atr u in er n to qy oesce in teoir decision, s el o a ,ehich wad reTd t fc o n or d te Li entDo h ol utoe t A. M a o
IOIhoeirnhme-tdmimnor [liebeops oft iounr*g tio hUi Sas eiroo t a ppenrt th latWared a st direr
"old .r as, o t, .gwli g e V o e, fsgemnera se ButdoedAera rit eire t You heve been pleased stsay. geiNtaoleden,'t Riln That the Cnmojittee on the district en t p ounte, a rd ent, us t no be woflsd nations. e la rn e CltirSe
tn le Tei e toLsanthd; aiend foms of then oul fhs.e Ou eea fouoor ifi, m ny btre accusoned in your opinr o n my elevation to the Crief Ma- of Conit mbia r Ae insaruted to inqdite into the ex h pr a eoros ofein ita ea thert ian fr Wa eton, thi e ar nal thi e Pitantieb r
tail-nswelre ig atd" toeir innumetabo e advances toe gorand ald ee m sboime scenery but. rth g;.ttracy will redound to the permanent welfare pediency Of ceding the said Distrit back to the ae n pr eentidn of the e npartonth State.ian W asinton, t oanined the h os bethar
d -reni lr als oaiu d las tvo l te sot tvtapor oi the palace tho churches, the cathedrals of E urope of our beloved ceou try, by contlribuling .to the' States of V irginila aud M aryland respectively) W loc 1 *eaarn fu t er t a rt these Stati e. or-e n der al co ing rue s illfnessd f o to' hi ch beitli a
t- e rbing ks ofngle w y th all te s at r pt e anec o free aloln inh hWithe acon. and to report specia.ey. 1i erin fou nte, hoteve ten wi beor seee an agru ilesrtagodeti
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-. d -t Reone, lweepn or othe s rcu T veria.d' 'ered mHRRIr OiS R E PLJ oantheyere, i tnded- he" luoea a hrenCt sown ieoerl rsee o oer.
mng alobeeforeodinrterwovs w my im r;ton s 1 menwi-os t the luxuriiane b n a n p f o tee st.e l he Dinwti jctiosl f c, to tohwaan s oe of th oter thes lleu o isa li f ot te iled ther -coa

rarrur ocjety and t e forepture oads i ushaeleng 1 afor o n eep, n ewfth c enosr- this high es racyiamind to i bel wat cront the vra tloldity o S taessin Hu setwaaties, of the o minMarti.on CoMllURIS tO he Ea d ton rus ofC1 th ik Jour0 a l--Epernchas
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t-. ..h n th e n eoe f rie ; whee e p ar bpd 0se gl ir eg i en go the agra eter y tmyt hon T astratin iho re th be o n d sil e l ove i c asl de i d o ed t theisewa id T onsa la G ete he si the c on sa ht se, ino rso kiur ingd the ro
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-. suI mmorrrnt st he magn i fi cenc and varh i ge ty06iKifd e ,d reu tenhbhinga dauieu eonrtilermotioneofiM.T erew hosh e ur e t.t t p W, ,unod t

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ore not o o n ootu a gainc e, o n t at i s le isure ty to -r o ne ofap p nd rtF bm o1fi. Ptwon noo-ent e en o let he ons dere d ou thet yici s ha s an t ind atbe said. ish e t tion end tnaat d ef Chied a nderestist edre s m' e wer of hhas beennorsow t imo iso v




-etgoe me i th ahes a nde s t c de w alH o e sa s ce mo fi atiod in o f ao n t u cs m uhens a t, G ove rn m e
'o Sr e e l h s tLi re ra h o d n d r o ne a d t l e w n a maloa lS n dttt t h e d ary k c a vernst u I t a r mt, I h a e, td w s d edte h e m otio n o o o e 8 4 o r i e o u o f t h es a e M r t? aio re ldsnao A nh de r d a y t har m e rn e ,
-,* -hr::. hours alter, when f"or one of tie Steratre-a t Ien it.isWestrinsteddn d why eia ne, In tbe ret f thingsa iVan.ret in whichd l preser'"atin b 1 t he Uots thin an be put undered, bvt ne ine w oudte ansd Snuuarn C
Our party ti oftse ornin, e odescrised lloemfar belo and Notbenau Wastmustr is a athedratnder Our thae rece ipt sofyocime m picated, o oundingttOi n oeretion c,1oof' Mh r ohero remadeto n hlac c or h is 3l had becu
pek o fei Al p s,. Sionr tisha enothe n irginian Y ouag Arfo crea tion ocn o makebtbeause wi thein to remk Is theesritof prly dily in i- Tnittee Ball deeC prceeded ind froperi towauard heldsht, nd armed with thre teistl t hen ratd tr a'Kt. L ad.
a tn dhe my sel e hla d ca h fori es ts w er e d ista de- t h w alls W n t e tan dan r o, h io id t f ort h ae bre side e n mu adifbt- t ie, rh iusp n ded i e resthes to ab e t ev id M u h m a re mntr ar d o thne forus e r le, i l, ton ate
-itulcm a io itelg nvarehl n tion'rs migbtgrdandly wthher~ s an atg sleres of ,,thetw ic dbencridrd h len e A d btt e rsaid to emiU mbe rland owr toadSal te Indain srh oudsooay anw oaarah
anddirty,'anserinusesall buil-'etiond wth peaoossrgo pyltheeandtll elsthsu biinous o f and God, wit inu Stth e sand atathe ensfo nr election.nm entsindtuatio seendploy edtotonsmiteeo and pdspnoeqelers.o .e onrry cnddte o ter w-fo ovrnrP orw
nd ffer ut)u wseichein fi nd w ans t ey c u ldplaced anta C roneinp aor nce, A ltyd ofr thafrolitrap dpr gres ,aaoenu eapng roten egOb ectiisrieiorces, M rt .tohed thalthe edanthlem arouheod ,irin ,Ct''buthewaadseeed thteot M .breFlourheoyulwasdu ]lossa.
p roff e ri tna e .th at I d ono;,._- .,t wo nd er th atthe w in d in g fi r t iue tthe lo veagfnati on t at as I re haol ed t he ei a p o i a i g t w r s t a o n h r u e r t e H u e b u pned lieth e IuIpose ex ecu te tha tery-tpnpian.--ndidales.on C ou rier. ces
.a sU n i o n i s o.n e,,. wh i chte a eInh a d h ontv eron t hi l e l e a stse m y ot t-Xed ,emp i renno t in g o u ldteeon s i e r e d r ig htw lr e fehra uti leed ,retiti o'n tt oB o w nSe s s"b y S n it}
I h ert e n u i s tanc- I e re, on o u rsW e t he r e iB u t b y o uth oert heb vf a l i~e s an d i ve ] ,Bt o t e ad t e i o n d t n n ysa r stks m rhyn t i g wo. "r a l a d o i i a a a / d o i e yA s Oi le s o ut h i s.-- W h i s op y th e po l o i n t nof-som e t h i sd d e M o e hatn a n i i it.l i h
,lI a ue nthedr l Vn all am oia onpr t y ais, --t f m ntor a e D n e m b b i h e u t t a nth us ia i on w h atchsou ld b a p o ccp y.ated t he -buse of fi coe aina s n l c o m tit he y ert e dgrou d th at.... ..... ... .[,at'nrestd wh encof ihtelltgencearnid, b e boll
I Ih sp'as sed s em e t a res they t d oelu d ed the om a nwAy b ind th e a ser and e w rh e r, a desmot t e frg t t ted f ro m w hic ste yag rw uish to npace it ew as cre vte rd oran l td tor o m otu lti lt!rem a rk i tn f g rarianihe H o sm w hic eeh th o in t un r. u tu b es t, o n treu "dr ew ulhis- cloua dimhs soon aso taeo 'of thr ing, s,
L +Unta ce +'h~ ,, o t'a d h n k p h m a a o tile grondtnsombr grttoof th e glan c iest rs win is sutin d thhiea ena lesat-f fitr i ey in u tequ sio n heomrmp reerb p p r I toftehaveer.B n ie coincludedvld'i .hc o eacEzke
in cito stieod c g e p nt en ih or- nbsrofg e tm n t ilysu d n ev r nih ho mse nt h eghqua bjesw icthf ya mbitiob iun. I ntev orer, ed.i p ni n'asared heal n. n tle ie oc urred lz, ounTlthe rWhig 3embinst.ofvthe Leevs
highPestgalry, ar hiosp ySc ltuerin-ooadinf e ertifrh dien snh didoi-wh therepoee ed n irsmetae nd fs ar S n dottilrer-ce
ino roc soa eecrio s theit fTiren iro sfo A m eriencnan statesm ensu pos d t atauwo ld re oun ryr u ew s i duc d thma erflearsm ll nci ent(tie' fSa) u ple san no
( 8deepOgtbnrehimotre'An in 'truwhicgnh wen wmunere wad, i,,-ev eiyn,,,t-bh I. asfon whomoleeho carmigth... .. havedbeenladeesuspended. Then~otiou -assusblndtheardles orators


in U iet sity, in r tu ahr ne cVh l .. ,l "e as ....... ... ...... ic ty.a......ed ............Atou, "e t e o t e o r n n i a i l -. .F r h T n n R r r
in reality, an air i sal svnow -ern e as ineen n ny aterasit s practical opet was then put, and rejected-yeas 71, nays 114. -.From the Tatnton Repoter.ED
le What sall I say owWeearel h sgheengiatinyiCathedrlsrAnonatethciHou. o'un-h.sTuner,,ofnMarlandapresntedntheatieaafofr'i
of this manificent road that all the world .has treads in th1e aisles of the most njo.ti without. w t"ou t i eorand to itl arigporticoy no Mr. Turner, of Maryland, presented the ne- W B are hl y grtifi ed to learn that the Honr GIv s or ity, tns, Thursday e venin last, afhe 5er a
spken of b Such works as these palliate the sns ones strange emotion. The inmate love of nature our ufelow-citizens a paad tic on i ltoset ri', nts rl f sundy inhabitants of Harford count erty or, by the Whigs or0 0 Rhode Island. Should .1 3 this SIdden \lsp, oin olie Dd vear Provhis
( .. ,,l ........ r -,n Napole-on-;--iud though lie gain rakes possession ofhim. The created; Maryland, praying a appropriation for foranin g he be elected, as we cannot permfit ourselves to deaen, Sli hans left :lit aged pn rent and o fD eud o family
was,.a ... ,, .... hu an racen tuey make him peasres of a contrast wilh home lose their o i, all have an equal claim. But as I have a harbor in the'Bay, at or below the port ofr he be elected, as we cannot permit ourselves to denc ie haous lefi aSlo d plorent Ild a fond familywho
a subtle one ev h te non uh,^tneg e1 .ib h- iLnet ayt ,lw .lld own, od t, t geen n e ewupontileas"tnu lor o

f ^ S re p en r IS co^ te House adjdeo s t J tmir n depend Ie dr e n MNT- TE rr C it- little Tilese 1p ro i nt 1 a
on. png olife ye breathed a new exist- asitohaso nel ew ul t o ra ese thnrs as y exertion to fulfil 'eir expectations, and to car- M ay introduced a petition from a Commit- triotic statesmen io hat have risen 'ee to grace lls In Warmick, on the a inst, Mrs Ruth Arnold, i.
ence into man and matter here. There was a by new ob ec s The colnss with whc, I first y o.u. te reat prc ,shic were es..ab- .. .f.., PPoe to ur.her the esign of latter age witon Comerce. noble deeds." Let the true sons t Bhe 90th year of her age relict of he l ate Capt Geo

r',i,,,:c r-n ,-.i (,oneas it were,o wr looke 11 d us th d e trSt tew 11e ITs 0 En 181ned an h"lona P ythm Fathers othe obtaning a Marine Hospital at Louisville. of Rhode Island turn out en masse, and his A01, s t i, n o o
m ost good r i pl, is i ) b d if'dfi cu lt, euou gn" to the thoseon andbereretatesiw hthm aynouste weth th ent; A t slf past 3 o'clock the H house adjourned o,1ow honor and interest, as to reject for -timt lac s o c vil g ,-~ u o M s~ li [
lIe gookd, ilS AT-.irnl, isSrth t. cannoe bn e sf ohe lost towhat honest anr l it pc- ie h ,51 y f e" Glocester v illinage, tnMer .so



werever e.troi, ts.path wis s lit upith glory th magnificent forests of Amero, from the n d Ararianimt. as to anarchy r and The Senate proceeded to consider the subject I aterown, Mass. on Thursday morning, Mrs
l.,-, he butchered thousands, but he.gave theou .Florida almost to the f olph et t b ocracy. of w c the aboeliion of slavery in the District of Co- oiom tlhe Boston Atlas. Marv.ei wifeof thethoRev Nlicholas Medbery, aged
ands ,he means of earning theil bread a True came umonh mymlooternto -and gth soe p1 onrasene x .A child of the Revolution, mny attachment to lumbia, the question being on the petition of the We learn from the Providence Journal that a6 years..h
hoe desolate od the elirt, b ret hed'soved the ea ith a wi.th tb fl';..i.np l as en n.w c in e tr rect.ld liberty was instilled in my earlsieat youth, I baev e Society of Eriends, assemn bled at Philadelphia. the Hon. Ta IsTAwl BUl d ES has been nominated I New London, Mr ThaoImas Way, aged 49-he
centuryy iad. Truehe was a tyran, but the create .' ri ... ,. L to tih ntnt of P ir and to cherish inmy progress through Mr Grundy ade some obssrvalions, in tie by the Whign for the i uernatorial chair oRhde died while sitin at the dner able, w his wie
p- 'ople loI~d his tyra,,inny, and now .mourn his trarch Snowden, the looR-tnoln n o Wale and to n rf tnaa lfi wi fis course hch e saed t an blii t d. Thiw nomination will brin out he e aod Hs dsese was polyps
death I rejoiced -An he fell at n ia ,I., r'eiu or me, bean h avoseens o adere6 to it. Wth the most profaiund respect t ound s way into Tennessee, they would know tire strength of the party-andleaves us little I Tivertoni, very suddenly, ofcanker-rashb, Davil
and yet it- was hahne, f,,r his soul wa's of so many mountains in Americam but a long arrv sen yr consiouent and of personal regard, to how to deal with him. room to doubt of the success of the Whig ticket H agel 6 yearsand 4 months-Charles W 4 years.
muc better temper than the vulrar ode of ty- thre vallies olErope, changed the soft. delihin yourselves, am your fellow tizen. Mr Moab ris professed great horror at hearing in in that Stale by a decided majority. Mr. Bur- and S mionths-ClarissaH. aged 3 years, children of
rans h'""pt ... .: w .carcRy dishno i fused upn the md by the q t landscapes all HARRISOtt the Senate chamber, any thing like excuse or ges lost his election to Congress by the large Mr Andrew Wilslone. They were all imcrred mo
bei.. te slave ol sch man. Such works a. aound me, int. f. .d OI W. TAVLon, President, UTiiER'RAn. palliation of Lyneh law. number of fraudulent votes deposited by the "eChann rar on the 2Hst uh, Mise Abb
t r ,ca whemmor of ubn ooatllpn l i, s n 'woilrh. tdhey-ctali s em r aa ty i rat bu'hbleteadtow c ter- o-'ethSetarif,,oI idluheh. ou,,eh. ,OSleperated what; han-boitidso.Thsnrt Oi lbi-ngottshe. ei .
nany mountains inA A Equirer Vic Prbut ats wha moreat legth, ai-ein n Rhat tae byla decided mjrt.Mr i tion ye ar iaH gd erchlrn