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Title: Manufacturers' & farmers' journal, Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
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Manufacturers' and farmers' journal, and Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Manufacturers & farmers journal, and Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Alternate Title: Providence journal
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Language: English
Publisher: Miller & Hutchens
Place of Publication: Providence R.I
Creation Date: March 21, 1836
Publication Date: 1820-1848
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1820)-v. 27, no. 34 (Apr. 27, 1848).
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AND PROVIDENCE AND


P AWTUCKET ADVERTISER.


V OL-U M E X VI. M ON DAY M A R- C 2.1o 180. _3
VOLUME XVI. MONDAY iMOINING, MARCiI 21, 1836. -
Crmeprrtc ci the t'rvitC ; i nt's-t.


PROVIDENCE JOURNAL.
PUBLISHED BY
GEORGE WV. JACKSON,
Whipple's Building, Collese street, Providence R. I.
To whom all communications must be addressed.
DAILY piper 88 per aniiin.
SEMI WEEKLV, [Monday and Thursday] $4.
WEEKLY [Friday] $250.
KNOWLES & BURROUGHS, ParIrTERa.

WHIG NOMINATION.
FOR PRESIDENT,
DANIEL WEBSTER,
OF MASSACHUSETTS.

WHIG PROX.
The Committee appointed by the WHIG STATE
COAVENTION, holden in Providence in January-
last, to select suitable candidates for General Of-
ficers, respectfully recommend to the support of
the Freemen at the ensuing election, the follow-
ing
PROX.
FOR GOVERNOR,

TRISTAM BURGES,
Of Providence.
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,

JOHN H. CROSS,
Of Westerly.
FoR SENATORS.
1., NATHANIEL S. RUGGLES, ofA Newport
2. HEZEKIAH BOSWORTH,of Warren
3. SAMUEL W. KING, of Johnston
4. THOMAS HOLDEN, of Warwick
5 JOHN J. WATSON, of South Kingstowcn
6. CORNELIUS SEABURY, of Tivrton
7. EZEKIEL FOWLER. of Smitlhfild
8. ELISHA HARRY IS, of Corartry
9. JEFFREY DAVIS, of Aorth Khiagstowac
10. LEVI EDDY, of Burrrltrilt.
For Secretary-HENRY BOWEN.
For r:oriney Gtneral-s ALBERT C.GREENE.
For General Treasurer-[Candidate to be named
Thereafter.]

THE PROSPECT BEFORE us.-It will be seen by
reference to the communication of our unknown
correspondent, THEMISTOCLES, (which, by the
', way,_de. c-r1 e anar.ver,--.: l -ni i -ru: land I,.: i
reflects gre t1 cir d,i ,ip ,.Jri e 'r .r ... 1. 7-7. r.-r -.
..ay be,) that the remarks in the last number of
S THE PROSPECT BEFORE Us, do not exactly coin-
cide with his views. This circumstance we re-
gret, but'at the same time, he errs, if for one mon
ment he supposes that we indulge a.fear. of 'the
election of; Martin .Van: Buren to the office of
President of the United States. That there are
some Whigs, who pretend, that as Mr. Webster
cannot be, elected, that Van Buren is the most
a. preferable-candidate for New England, it is in
vain to deny. That we are among that class, no
person, who is accustomed to read the Journal,
c animagine. Before many months shall expire,
S 'e hWiope- to convince every doubtful Whig ill
Rhode Island, iind every tary too, as far as patri-
otlrni and a rght.',us' ir gr, ,i,.,n can operate up-
o. n -them;-. Mr. Van Buren'.is the 'least quali-
led, the most dangerous, and by far the most ex-
tceptiotiable man ever presented for the suffrages
-of-the American People. We do not except even
Andrw Jackson himself. For what were his
schemes, what his kn.:..l.-..1.' partyy organiza-
tion, what his purposes, what his means of utter-
ly blasting the p':,srrit- and hopes of this Re-
S -public in comparison with those of Martin Van
Btiren. And will it be believed, that.there is a
Whig, almost within the sound of the waves
S which are beating against Plymouth Rock, tlie
s S pot where Liberty first had a resting place, where
{ corruption ought- to have no fellowship, but
the love of country prevail over all outward in-
S fluer:.:s- .il it be believed, that here can be
Sf.niri. a \Vg who wo would support the arch de-
.-ceiver of the people for their President ? Tories
-there are, who go for him, and so would they go
for any man of their household. But can Whigs
S desert their principles, which is equivalent to a
desertion of the constitution, only because Dan-
iel Webster, the first in the list, may be the last
S. -at the victory.,
S .. -Thelast at the victory-, do we say If he may
S ibe the last. We believe that if thIe elemerats of
opposition can be directed to one point, the de-
feat of Van Buren is as certain as if it were the
-recorded act of history. The virtue, intelligence,
S and property of the country are against him, and
S when they unite the battle is "won-the dark and
.memorable page'.which now .defaces our annals,
will be relieved by the luminous example of pa-
trnotism', and the honored days of our Republic
-will once more dawn.
If any doubt of thie success which awaits the
'Whig cause, let them look at thie pressing and
-obvious reasons which must work their dellver-
S ance. The people are anxiously waiting for the
..opportunity to declare their voice against corrup-
tion. The elements of opposition, when corn-
bined, must save us from the election of Van
Buren, unless the sigus of the times" deceive.
Let this fact, cheering and inspiring as it is, im-
pelling to undivided -fforts as it must, be the
animating and controlling spirit of every Whig
of Rhode Island. In union there is strength,
and in contest is our victory.

4:-, "IiH-T PnICss.-There has been no period
- ..within the last filteen years at least, when every
article of domestic consumption has commanded
s uch exorbitant prices as at the present time.-
One cause of this is, we presume, the rapid ap-
proach of the cold weather tihe last winter, and
; 1ie Ireriing I. ,:." thle numerous canals,espeeially
S the great western canal. But a.more probable
eause is the immense consumption of our country.
Production hardly keeps pace with the demand,
and hence the 'market is bare of those articles
: : 'which make tip our every day wants. Upon tIhe
largest portion of thecornmnunily,these high prices
operate most injuriously. It is an unnatural state
S of the business community, which must soon re.
turn to its accustomed channel. When articles
arc high, families are more cautious and prudent.
and hbuy less in varirety-at least than when they
are cheap. .Hence thie consumption in a good
measure will be decreased, aind in consequence
the demand and price. The actual necessaries
of life will n.t be so mnlterially affected ; birt
thousands had rather live for a while upon Indian
corn, tian pay an exorbitant .price for wheat,-
Thie truth is,;ur population is increasing in such
a rapid ratio,and the game of speculation is so rife
.' rini.nri us, that the cultivation of nature's pro-
ducirns is too much. neglected. Steam: and
S Rail Roads, real estate purchases, and spindles,
S absorb the whole attention, andi but little if any
is left for agriculture,


RAIL ROAD TO WOONSOCKET FA.r.s -At the for the Jtournal all the exertions le ca nto have justice done to strongest wea
last session of the General Assembly, a petition GLEANER-No. V. bothI parties, amnd I have not heard what conclu- propriation i
and act of incorporation were introduced, and. xamole makes the :ni i a.i ..,l ,st hI. cnle This slate t
continued with an order of notice, for a.Rail Wi ', l'i- ,, '. t rorhisurnl meant, was tfo
Road from this city to Woonsocket Falls. This Te object of traveler is to move on. H. ',,.r. .nr; serve us well of Deceber,
S The object of a traveller is to move on. He -w'.t,..I.- r I"IuI'i."
we deem one of the most, if not the most im- cans little how poor hie conveyance, .,r how- Er -tiamn, whI believes there is a' Power How .were Ith
portant link of interior communication in the rough thie road, if so be It, has a safe anrival.-- ab n "r, itrollinn bmy i is councilrstlie a fiirs sition answer
State. Running as this road must, through the He is imposed unp.n, it may be, -.' I' our ilitie, wa, rl. wIi draw from lhe loregding two Amerina ?
rich vall of tle acte i in- i horses, and every place nf p .l.-- te snw inerene ich was dawn from drawn fm t
.......... al ...... .......... ... tg g a f e i position, btnt opin" seldonr ; ever ,,, contained in tem, by the illus- denc, that
thriving and valuable sectUon of this State, as it agnin, to be tihe dupe of th.t routs, lie ilds hits .' ;4 .. ..., it atrte in.nhe mytinl' ius- dof orbital ? TI
were;witllin the limits of our own city,we cannot complaining back, and allows tihe evil still t y. I.. politicianster of ur national admiu was r echoed ? TI
but hope that the project will be accomplished. be. He thlnks not of, or cares not for. thise. istratioi., se' irto forerun the decrees of Him tie country,
If itis e hole trade will centrein Boston, 10 re to ome and suffer after hi And 'wloshlapesIur ends;" and,'rough hew the In fact, it tu
fitithus a they may, tlos eds areh all, I those men. doubtless witt
fbr a road will be constructed from Woonsocket ,E.ample rmi.es lae inihief good, iIfarry.d to y'the same side of the same account, tie vauntlssin
to Boston,if the one in question is not prosecuted. And long then ischie/ lives" l' tihrific'titu" lo iithe President. had excluded
Within the whole range of projects before us,not And is it not thus with men in other thliins? "When news arrived at Washington, Itat Mr. claims, allow
one is of more permanent value to Providence Are there lint iinpositiuns of'a inoAt unsuIffcrablne Rives hat c,.niludred tile treaty of indemnity property cone
than this. character ractised upon tIe public, whici are with the King of ibe French ; the Ainlinistra- ajid MIlan de
nevertheless connived at and allowed. to wax tion was in .ticli n blaze ol glory, that it burst i. l. iiii tut as
r moire and more ,darinr,--and this Ibecause indt- out on the Sabbath day, between meetings; and be paid by th
T CHIEtF JUSTICE.-Wehad hoped thllat the vidnas who help conitu t .- .I:- i.i ;. l ...1 their the light l' it reached every State wtvhlre any treaty ; a si
time would never come, when Ihe appointment peace? Of itc i.n,'.l;, i, ti .-...l..-.t I amn eleclic,Avas pending. .Under this lililht of glry. .e200,000, wit
of. Mr. TAN- Y, tm, tle first judicial office in this bunt ete., I can I. ,r tI-e i., ....i n *- tl.,- each 'ita was evidently, seen that thie PresidePnt had which, by .ll
country, should be confirmed. But now that one and of course all ",,stand fl' shore,'" and l,'t really obtained a little more than our injured are auttlhorisei
tm S e of tn U *it S e i i e p e lie a utihrs of tie mischief I 1n 1, l, iL .'. I-i citizens wt -re legallyy entitled to receive ; and hnld in their
the Senate of the United States is in thie power and fatten on their plunder. L',. i ..I ..1I. 1 tiP-at tint -Treasury would be enriched, by. a con-. f,r claims w
of Van Buren, we need cherish no hope ftr na may be in private intercourse wlth tIhe few-but siderable balance, alter paying to them. principal States or cit
tional honor...Let this be an ever memorable those reach not thie nass of tllosee 'IT .d1 and and interest, the very last cent. In this spirit. finally be abo
act-the appointment of Mr. Taney to the seat are f no avail. nImpudence and narrow minded the.correspindence ef Mr Rives was puilished ; inp.as allowed
and ./ot and .h* ay selfishness are not thrus driven fromi their prey. and thi.it fully proved how lie had asserted, that 00To. No inte
which Jay, and Ellsworth, and Marshall have And by any means, pelhaps, he had not only got all that was due. a thing though the int
adorned-sa party instruments made a party. judge "HIe that would sirive tn frighten such as these which. no other negotiator, under any other had been rece
-the man who put his hand into the public MI-re things l ut'p'l f ard nuisv i i- ..I' -.I President, could ever come in sight ofl but that and the simp
Treasury and took therefrom the money of the Mliitre'tn as welldesign to bea.fool. he really had the best of the bargain with the 5(00,000, maki
Treasury an took thee n the money f th By'art'and I.,i... ,,I -i rbe nadl by rule. Kin of the French. It. was said $5,C;00,000 $24,100,000.
people, against law-who was once rejected for Amnong i, t impoit ons, beneath wIhich.the haibeen bft nedren r. It wanj s les anl t eratd 0by
the office of Secretary of the Treasury, and now public literally groans, school book- making, and than. that smt ; or, at any rate; for wint all the mightily tul
made the expounder of those very laws which school book econnmmendini, stand foremost-7- claimants, dead or alive, had given up as a shlieer the able nego
he has so audaciously violated. These most iutp..rn,,,i .i.p- ~.,i.i,' -..r: r-zed upn- los3. What a money- saving President The. confusion of
on as the vantage ground for displaying tlhe most firmines and independence, nay, the higli cour- confusion of
NoRTn PRovIDENcE, Mari1 1830. consuiilmmate ionipiudence, eittie-s i,,d .folly.- tisy of Jacksonr in giving thie fullest explana- so little,wlen
NOr. t-Tie article in thea JournIal this Taking shelter unde-r the cro,1,- tiris-.n- which tions to the Frenchi Krig, ofhis message to Con- have been plai
Jfrn. Enito -The article in the Jounal this prevails on lth subject of reform.in csehls, and gress, t hen demanded by him, and when a mnis. got so little.
morning, under -the title, ", Thie Prospect before lfne feverish excitement wlniche attends it,lthe ritcs undersndin, iriht retard tne negotiatinn, had a hberal stat-
us, contains some admissions which I do not -_ e underslanding might retard the negotiation, had a liberal scatI
na, prove. No true hig hisi ever said it of p'l-tent school book i,-r -.ia- .,li ,'tn f,,rt achieved, wh at iall the talents, and learning, and relinquished d
best tm go for Van Buren; and no one at th i hr prountions. aIt li It,,!% ,rni,,.- to see statesranshiip of the Adamses, and Molroes, and seamer E,l;I,
time adnmts tat his election is probable; no one low thue English, in c..mnr,n-., ,., every .MXdisons, had struggled for in, vain. Such a much I.n r .I,
imagines ie can gainf tie Presidenltial chairs bu otiier language, hins t een tortur t r,4- i sam, for such icnsideirable, such ,bsolete, out. Io preserve li
by tricks. Of thes", e is su a maser, tt -t tnew edilious of te alphabet 'rt.pl UP ni m,, lawed claihns.! And all obtained by courteous This is glory
some Whigs think he may cut and .in.- him of pel hn leonsanl of I i-n.n d- in -n Iri explanation of his message to Congress, and tion. h I,., t
if 1 ;n,r tlimer el-cted or not. TI, ; a oif Arathmetic anId s on Ti-- tl. 1.1,- adroit negotintion It was wonderful ;' it was taken the res
,. is i N. iN sional Intelligencer firstof all, gave drnI orfain in A pril showers, .,r. t,.r- i ,n .- lorious This was Ihe triumphof glorification 1 ,,e r.,.. u '
,. ...- -. ca nu n ber. Happy indeed a ll t t1,- lth kept in lla..t, nntil 1834. .u t..r ..1,'
cal ; and he hias been so often dcaletai ; i' i.to-.-o ------ ea..cnti.a.u.teadipra ,, ip idP itld onnered..an.d-cLaxtd__pr.a.ed.a as i
and the great magician, an d there little magician, -- o Lo s thtti loi
t rat msahy Wirings do reahiy believe ttre.t heans u Jf n nu 't'i" "tum1 'ernIm e felt assured tawt, with thie ononey of the -peo- in fact le Ih
tnat pnay Whigrs do really bnliev ie that he a T -g, ( tIa-n re 'inko n n lo ie'-ilbrim, pife at his control hie would govern Ihen quile as perly of thou
some political and party science, unknown to Andi, y tlI rnulei i i', u. well, and more to tire sati.factionn of some f his rary applau
every other main. Some Wings, taking counsel T ime cuin siandl ..1- ..1i. I l.. iii friends, during a third ternm, than lie laid during negotiation,
of their fears, talk of his success as probable; is there no danger of a result like this? ino d.n- any part of tie o1her two. To achieve tie con- decessors con
and, like the poor Indians who believed in the r lest innovations the mst unhappy, and de- qupst of tis thiird term, To go into it with glory have receive
power of the evil principle, would worship hiln vices te most ruinous to personal l//estiin in im the righe.-n, lie and lthy could see no way so What a bil
as a political devil, because they are fearful they the work of elementary.education gain a oppular lure, a under the canrionade o'f mit excitement, Fraice, for l
dmay all into his hands. These men, like silly currency ? Shall tie public be content with and appropriation for a war; war either declared, and bow nar
birds, gazing on the eye ofa rattlesnake, till lured ain evcry musty bundle of paper, and skein or tendered almost inevitable. This could in no awakened, on
to destruction, have looked on this political snake of rotten thread and roll of, half Itn.-n dind way so easily be done, as by stirring up a contro- tion of this n
. 1....-.. rd so intensely, that. they have become dtan ed skeep skin done up, a It made specula- versv with France to hostilityF
:i,. ,,,.t-.; and seem ready to suffer hin to coil tion, into a school book ; and pent forth crowd- it'had been foreseen, when the treaty was cause of such
hirmselfarourn d them, and infuse his impoisoned ed awith| recomntendatory epistles from editors, made, that the King of the French might -have .what would I
influence into their heart's blood. schoolmasters, lawyers, doctors, tutors, profes- difficulty with the Chamber of Deputies, the dent's messal
Make 'terms with such an adversary capilu- sors, presidents of colleges, ministers, c.-do- House nf Reprrsentatives of France, in getting fused to pay
late under covenants with the pledged i.biofblthe chlring" said paper, lihread, andi slheepslin to be a thi money very v oon upprypriated. to pay the The Presidnr
Constitution, glorying in his subserviency to perfect intellectual wonder, a real nonesuch, an, amount stipulated in that. treaty, to be paid to nation, as hit
,,,-il Jnr tIa> ...o,, sw in to tread in his steps, undoubted and hitherto unimagined NF. PLUS tihe United States'. Nay, it was on our part iun- dependence.
co .:try, t ..I I ndfinish, in the ruin of ethe r,t.r ? It is assuredly so, says the bookseller., doubtedly agreed to wait for tihe payment ; for stories were a
country, llhe schemes of evil and spoi, there is no mistake there. In that bho.k, grea France contracted to pay interest mtmuhing never rification. W
begun by him! Make terms too, and thereby A and little a.stand for wnfat they mean, and, done, wInn -mnMey s agreed to b- paiid at a cer- explained his
secure his success, when a bold and patriotic more thn all, the accents, yes the accentsare tain time, unless delay is expected. Tle claim- tlat magnani
contest will secure his defeoatn? philosophically grave and acute ? In short it is ants were in no haste, bor two reasons. First, rifled, as muc
In such a war, none but the sons of the feeble a masterly production. And what, Mr. Editor, tihe amount, if not paid, was on interest until penrtence in
heart, or the providentillbe the result of. all tins booknkmaing. and paid and second, theieComnissioners had not The Presid
render, to save Irls otn ba.gtigae aueiiL pf"nd ia, Sha we ibe duped elo believe that reported, and it was known tllat, in the examina- bargain by Ill
will ever talk of capiulation. It is tearfulness, .every new school book is a decidedimprlvemnent tion of three or four hundred claims, complicated that lie has s
nt to say cowardice, t is doubtfulness of pur- on every thing.of the kindthat has preceded it ? and extensive, so much time would be required, lie is glorifie
pose, not to say treachery, that urges any M,1it
pose, not to say treachery, that urges any Whig Must every one of these books be, in justice to that it would not be possible fur them to report, ty, and by s
to uch conclusions. otingissotruas the cause of education, inttroduced into our mnuch before the meeting of the present Con French wine
fear, admitted into council, betrays like trea-s. s st d tried, to test their v-tlue? Alas, grss. The first instalment became due at the for ten yearn,
son. Treason is base,but it is hoidanddar'cmtheita for erisingtgeneratirn aluefAia
sonperil Treason is base, but it is skuboldki and daresthen fr the rising generation, many of on expiration of one year, from and after the ratifi- sury of the Il
peril; fear is more base, and adds skulking and already are perfectly disgusted with the untold cation. This was made February 2d, 1832.- duction madi
cowardie o its base nay, there is no p changes they make in books of the same depart- iThree instalnets were due February 2d, 1835 ; ducts in purse
biTherit nof thern Vn oe o, ht b mentsofsludy, as they advance from school to id when the Commissioners reported, as they is reproached
bility of the election of Van Buren, but by the schoo Let teachers and scho, I col itteeol d d 1 believe, i August- 18'35 sone amount of Buchanan. ii
fears and follies of tIe Whins of the United States so .L't t e ad t m ute d delbelieve,inn August, 18357, someat mountit ctBuchanan. in)
fears and folesof ie Whis of the United States. have some:independence in this matter, and not interest was due on all these instalments. Had Senate of thi
He who sets his hand to the plough will lose his be driven to and fro by every new combination France paid these inatalments when they fell due, tion bad bee
furrow, it he look back ; he is unw orhy of suc- sy lables arid words. Let every school book this interest would have been lost to the claimn- offered and a
cess, and lie will never obtain it. How rnanyd wtIh has proved itself valuable be hronoiurd and snmts it ,oney, not being awared by tre Mlns o
thictories have beud win en ; iron, because men ost because cast out and dive t the mercy of tie Unie States, wo lId have gone, with the sur- for forlificati
there was a fear of si; nhogw many restless inventions of speculators in types and pilns revenue, to the deposit banks ; but is they ent administ
there waalk of tearts of uren, the cy of paper, pay neither bonus nor interest, for the 20 or 30 President hbur
Talk of the arts of VaI Buren, the potency of Let the good of the rising generation and of- ,,tl ..-,,fdollars now in their hands, they would than $100,0(
he magic can He has noate t ; tell them ale the community e paramount to every minor iave aid none fior this. Nay, if nothing had ten )years, if
known.vr s a hem d inaote boo m an al cosideration. At any rate, let ern boI spmaak been-done'by our Government, and nothing by led for the gi
over; set them down in a note book; and a for itself, and not be crowded with recnmnminendl- France, concerning this payment: if all-had re- port harbor.
school boy might, .if it were not wicked, con tions which are oftentimes given without re- rained under the treaty on the good laith of mit, by a ski
the orn over, tand ge catechism, the ahe bire of fletion; and what is worse, without adeqtuale France, and waiting her pleasure to pay when ion of tile co
the Tornies ; and contain the gspel, tie ten com- knowledge of the book which they endorse for she chose ; these chlims, when liquidated by the cry in the Se
Mandmnts the faith, the Works, and the whole punbli i patronlatre.- A man who lins a conscience 'Commissioners, and each, man's share ascertain- ness of the Inn
n woshi belve and ,ticd b ll ouht. on this subject, to hear her voice. either ed, would have been a four per cent. stock.in 3ur not thirty gun
these Tories, all who hold, and all who hoie to be partaker of other men's sins market, redeemable at the pleasure of France; to Nova Scot
hold offices, win honors, or get wealth under the lhite these shackles of the mind and would have been worh more than one hun- ness, the Pre
Forg'd( tIy the haughty visaa ;r dred ce ts to ite dollar, -ould have beeu worthini time Senate
great Magician. lind va.s mnt inueto be rnaidmrIscentstothedollarwouldnebeer t
Meet them all, defeat them all, by firm, fair, And d like inson, chtt' and.hlind. re than liar, and sold for more in thie market seod this
and erveveinig effort. Surely tire Wbings have 'afthe United States or Europe. every cent ot
as mur v interest in saving, as tine Trtes have Corrresldence ofthe Ntw ,Yorkv 1vaingtir. The. quiet waiting of the people of the United 000, and in fi
Sdas much in te tin savings asd T ribets ave VA.IARAIso, 5th De-eeimber, 1835. States, ofr the lulfilnient of tine treaty,was there- 000,000 annu,
in destroying, thode stittion and liberties of The whale ship Rosale, of' Warren, (Rit I.) fore perfectly natural. The undoubting confi- complete and
make terms, never would compromise. Se is under the command of the chief male, Stuttson, dence felt all over our country, in the good faith bottomless pi
now i, to danger, if ti e W igs do but aake arrived hele yeslrdby, 150 days rumm the United and ability of France; and the desire of perfect millions have
nd exert themselves; if they be not discouraged States, and repilts that her former captain, Still- seenrity, not of immediate payment, but rather ing echo has
by halfhearted talks made by men regarded as well, when near the latitude of Cape Horn, jump. of delay by the claimants, rendered delay satis- Ihey had hill
elders and teacersin te great W g ssemb ed overboard at night, and tllruh the exertion factory, and rather more satisfactory than inm- boundalion
of tes ante. Let nor man speak but witsh the of tIhe mate a ,boat was lowered and Ihe was saved, mediate payment. To disturb these quiet waters, to perfect a r
of truStateh let no no nmnamwrite, unless the but in a very exhausted slate; that all next day *and raise a hurricane, where all was repose and the President
fire of patriotism, the burning light ol promise he remained on deck with no other clothing o calhnmness, required some talent, and no small de- Wihat ann tm
and success, brighten every lie of every col- t lithin shirt and pair of paltahloons. no soies, gree of evil purpose. Too-Whling,
unns po sp te evey lle o r l stockiings or hat, and the weather dreadfully se- 'Let any candid man examine lthe whole diplo- ned thie grer
The prospect before us is luminous. is exhila- vere, anid that no persuasions of the mate tcnuld malic intercourse with France,since lIe first hour child in tactic
rating, is grand, is our country, and all that, is ii due him to go below, or put On more clothing; of the mission of Mr Rives, and he will be satis- or of the C(re,
dear and high and ioly in ourc ,ni, tr and let and that nat night-he went to his herth, where le fled, that, after the President had cornme to desire '- Our indit
no man tarnish nor darken, or .r .. .. n it the remained until death, which occurred about twen- is office fr a third term, hlie determined to win Let it never I
long yarns or siritless statements of discourage- t y days after, andthalt two days after buried him that term by working up a war, or the strongest been in a con
nlont and disconfitur.e Temt Sir ica.E- oil. Cape Horn. The men then declared they probability of a war, with France. It is not my to end four
ent and c tre. ou t pursue the voyage any further, and purpose to go into a consideration oftliese things, for war ; we
were determined to return homnne, as tine capiaini at tiis time. liThe correspondence, published in pushed into i
Increase of the .rmy.-The impression seems they agreed to perform the voyage with, was thi Globe, anid the Intelligencer, will furnish deny to him n
generally to prevail, and we think very justly, dead, and therefore they were liberated from tIheir lrhimis and Tories, with the' full proof, that the for bUihlingfl
that the small force of about 6000 men, which engagemenis, and not bound to continue on thie Preside-t laid the foundation of war, or war expended tlhi
we dignify by thie name of The Army, ought to voyage under lIe command ol Stuatson, lien measures, as tie case might require, in the mis- defence, and
be increased in a ratio corresponding with the master. Captain Stuittson then bronglt thIe ar- sion and instructions of Mr Livi gston. May our indii
increase of population. In obedience to a reso- ticles and read then to them distinctly, and then When thIe buastiitngs of the T'ories, in this well. May y
lalion of the Senate, Major General Macomb ihas attempted to compel them to duty, whichtl they country, reached France when the (Globe, of lorts. Let
submitted to that body in plan of organization for refused to do or even to work tlie .ship in any teeming r with thIe glorification patagraplhs, all calions. Spar
the Army, increased-ho 10,000 men, without ad- .way ; and finding that they were urged on in backed iithl Mr Rtives vaunting letters, was of that city, l
ding to the number of officers. He proposes that their nurinnous conduct and headed by the third translated into Frenich, published'in French pa- of anenemiec
there should be eight regimentsof artillery, each mate. Job Winslow, who had left thIe cabin be- i.. a,,d read all over the country ; a spirit, hos- stitution. thei
comprising five eimnpanies of 100 men, making, lore, preferring to live with Ihe men, he then tile to the treaty of indemnity,wasexcited among try ; Iei their
with 20 ron-cinommiesioned staff, a force of 4020 used persnuasive means, and desired then tm tIhat people. Wise men, who knew thIe amount tlhe use of am
men: Nine regiments of infantry, each coin- work thIe ship-into port, to which at last they-of injuries for which that treaty had provided in- w.irk between
prising eight companies of 72 men, making, witll consenled and arrived here-as -before stated On demunity knew that it wias a lean and ineagre country. Le
36 non-conumissionled stff, 5220 men: Omne regi- lhe evening uf thie same day they waere all brought compensation for those injuries. They knew that amuionig the st
ment of dragoons, -e.ini ri-mg 715 men. Aggre- ,,n shore to the U. S. Consul, witere they were all these publications were made, contrary to the will be so nuo
gate, 9955 men, Utli....:m, 418.-A'ew York examined, and all to a mran of thIe sailors declared facts in thie case, and all' for mere IPresidential will bIe thle w
Journal of Commerce. they wound not pursue tie voyage any fulrtlaei ,,lotification, and to carry elections, by catching gether, and tl
-- -'- "and most of themn even refused to work lithe shliP political gulls. Every ine. ofthese, wlIo was an andi such tr
Distressing dccident.-Ourr correspondent at back to ltihe United States. h honest man and a patriot, let. those things pass. assailed by
Provincetown writes,.tlnat on Saturday thie 5 The male (formerly 2d miat) and a young man t tihei' real value ; but the men of we"k mind, stationary for
i ist. Mr. Thomas At kins of that place when em- .pronnolued to 2d mate, are anxious to.continue-on or testy spirit,iamsong the well disposed in France. TI'rin 1'
played in digging around his' vessel, for the paur- with lIe voyage under, thIe present master; tli.e and all hf evil heart and evil purpose, esanlved tI
pose, of getting lier iff, she fell overand crushed rest if thie officers (boat sieerers) say they would minke the most of Iris vain-glorious American Distributio
him todeathi instantly. Such an event was never not continue witl tihe present crew Iomue t the inaslting. All the Carlists, all the parlizans of of h'ennsylvat
before known in that town. MAr .\11;ia was about United States, or in their voyage. Thlie men, in ionaparte,all tlie old Jacobins, thirstinfg fr blood dered to a t
24'years old.-Barnstsoble .lour.. port, have refused all duty of any kind whatever and revolution, nil the ultra republicans, disap. sOtmetime pre
'. .on board. W iha the Consul intends doing I 1 1,'e- ,,-,,,it., <-r ambitious, nIl thein -,, .-.r. S of Don Representaliv
PRO AND CON. not iheard-hins power is so .very limited, as in .Carls, of Austria, of Russia, nor t *nhirc'o Jack. thfc Stin tes, of
The difference between being in.power .and fact all our Co-suls are,that I lear snftcii jus- son, tI, third leg of thIe holy alliance, determined /tn/s
oat of power: l twice canriot he done to the owners, nor such punii ho use whlt (tilly had put in Iheir hands, and if FiREn.-Thli
UUT OF POWEiR .. IN POWER ishment dealt out to thie offenders as they ment possible to defeat thie appropriation for thie treaty. owned by Mr
His (Gen.Jackson's) The Old Hero has Our Consuls abroad should be vested with great- ,How well they succeeded, we know. We mIlso sunwd by fir
election will be a curse really filled the measure er power, and not restricted in such a manner know, my what arguments they achieved this caused by fric
to the country. of his country's glory, by our government. 1 have no doubt hle will gio snaccess ; 'mind that the 'glorification process of the 10>0( was ir
T. RITCHIE. 'T. R1'CHIE. to the extent of his power, as he is now making American Tories, pat into their hands the ton Office.


ponitin bytheo, ainos. treap


Apln ttsed by thern, against the np-
roposed by the King's Minister to
lty stipulations.
oft things in France, as if by agree-
llowed '-.T7 II- : l'I 'J,, il M message
1834, r. [r.. i.. i tl. e i-.fi, for want
a iii ,- .- ri.- i-i .. war mintastires.,
e .. ,, ... Freinch oppo-
red. bh, GOn. Jarekon's Tories in
VWIt did they say to the alli-gartins
Ihe Globe and i rtr lives coirret Io
he indemnity waR troo great was ex.x
hi'ey tld thie truth fir once; ,itd it
ltrough all the pensioned presses nof
ththe indenritly wis too small
rned oul, after Ilie Counrmlss.ionrirs.
h a laudable purpose of verifying
is of thie little Virginia npootiatior,
I more than three quar trrs of ulit
vingr nothirng for all the imnmense-
deirned in France under Ihe Berlin
crees, that-they then reported about
is claims allowed, and which must
e 25.000,000 fralics secured by tlh
tni lees than 5,000,000, by abioul
it.out deducting the 1,5-0,0(t0 francs
te treaty, the. French Governvmenit
d to di-duet fronm the 25,h000t,0)00,antd
own hands to pay their own tit;zenO.
ich tlhey imay have against the U.
izens thereof. So that lltere will
ut $4,500,l!00 to pay claims amount-
d by tihe Cornmissioiers, it )o9.60,-
'rest was allowed on these draiaus,
juries,on which they were founded..
tived, on an average, 25 years apgo
le interest amounts to nearly $13,-
ing the whole loss, at lhis time,
A ll these ;ri' .i r '-. ,'" t.. L re u.
e menagre '.r, t I -' '".it i- h1. '.This
ned the tabli's,. and sinpuld cover
tiator, Mlr Rives, will, shame anm
face. Not at all. It brings that
lace to France, fir refusing to pay
so niich was reallydue,an rid should
id. Mr Rives is honored litcasehf
The President is extolled. What
esmnan! WVhat a patriot ie has
nearly $20,0(10,000,due o A mericin
-,wners, And nierclhrnis, with as
1y as if it had been Irma own nioney,
e ancient amity "fttw irreAt natlins.
enough ; this is, indeed, glorifica-
...i Andrew Jackson would have
ponsibility f bartering $24,000,000,
,-.r individuals-, to purchase a treaty
S'' for liis ow u gloreifici l n 'H" i"
f he had sacrificed lI,. .-' .
d only sacrificed tl; Tif,-i fi m-l- ,l 1,.1
sands, to win fur himself tliee im tpo-
e, of having closed a long contested
on better terms than a.ny of his pre-
uld obtain, or would, if' offered, ever
d.
rst of war hlas been blown airainst
this very sacrifice of the ['resident ;
rowly the nation escaped from I ein
ot into execrationt of the administra-
ran as we should have been, but in-
against France,, witinut any real
Steheling Had we enratzed in war.
have been the e canP? The Presi.
ge of D. ci..I r, 1834. France re-
tIre ioe,.,y nI't iii was explained.
it refused it explain ; because'explia-
e alleged, would be a sacrifice of in-
For this lie was extolled, and the
11 ready to rush into warfir iis gli.
inat consistency-! for in 1830 he li ad
l'lessalie, Olni.e, yea, twice; aind fir
rmily ihe was tihn extolled and glo-.
ch as lie was now, for-his stern inde-
reiusing all explanation.
tent was glorifiedt fir ~.- ;.-_ m greal
ie really, Ibut ncow, viwhe'n it app ears
sacrificed three-fourlhis four claiins,
d for giving to France, by the trea-
such a regulation of our tar:ff one
s and silk,., rt I ll''1 ri per airinuin
France w ill ..r.. i n, ai td i he trea-
United Slates will lose it. by the re-
e iriour duties on those French.pro.
suance of the treaty. For lhis France
anrd the President glorified by lMr
i his late war speech made in the
e United States, after the war ques-
n settled by the Engli .i mediation
accepted. -
in nrillions have.beeun appropriated
ons, hoith belre aid during the pre's-
ration. For' this wise pi,,vidence hlit
s been continually glorified. More
)0 a year, for more, I believe, than
all b averaged, hlas Ibeen appropria-
reat fort on IlJreniton's 'Point iu New-
This his been expended, as all ad:
llful engineer. What is ItIw condi.
tntry' ? Listen toMr Ihjenlon's war
enale, rind you will iarn ltihe naked-
md. Not a lortificationr is finished ;
ns are nnounted froin New Orleans
iia For Ihis war cry and this naked-
asident is still glorified. Every tory
e of the United Sta'cs is crady to
,ar cry ofU Benton, and vote tn pltidge
ll t e suiplus revenue,now u 'n 11, i, .i .
iture years probably more tIl. 1 i r r
ally, without limitation of line, to
a lrm fortifications; to fill up this
t ofexpenditure,ilnt which sn unany
e been thrown ; and Yet no aI-wter-
s been returned t to I:n l the ear tliat
herto found any .. i;.r- place for a
For this demand I .il te I treasure,
nlmauificent schemeie of" frlificalinn.
is landed to the slties What views!
nipolent defence The great Sing-
ot tIhe Culesti ul Emt pire, lwho i'lanti-
mt wail against tire Tarlars. was a
is a ihene co(iiipared with thie rcnqur-
-l's at Hiorse Shoc "end
scretions scime li int ssrve us well."'
be'forgotlen. that lad unr country
dilit io if defence cap-a-pie t:'romn nt
sea 'coast, when Geni. Jarksronr culedn
should, in all pronbalility hliave ieen
t, by thell subservient stories who ca'n
oothinrg. Our lavishappropriations,
brtifications,have been so wastefully
r our country is absolutely without
Ihe T'ries' dired not hazard a war.
scretions always serve us qunile as
we never rely on the walls and guns
Sthie breasts of freemen be our forti
ta had no walls; and yet the women
,r f500 years, never saw the smoke
s camp. Let men love their con-
r laws, their liberties, their coun-
be well organized, and trained to
r-us,'and they will require no breast-
Stllem and the invaders of that
t the surplus revenue be divided
ntes; and in a short time, rail roads
nreronus, and so constructed, that it
ork ot but a few hours, to collect to-
hirow suchli a number of armed men,
gains of field artillery, on ar.y point,
an invading the, fliw heavy, and
tificatiins, will be finnd necessary.
L.OreII SHArur:, NorT T'tE' Swoui.
Sof Ih/ie Public Liiads.-T'he Senate
nia, by a vote of 23 to 7, have or-
hird reading thie resolution which
viously had passed, the Hlouse of
es, in favor ofthedistribution,amonrg
the revenue derived from the public

e Wind .Mill on the West 'side,
SZL-VEcSTEtr R. JACTESON, was con-
e yesterday noon. The fire was
tion. Loss about $2000, of which
surcid at thlie providencee WVashing-


DIED,D
In thliscitc, on the evening of tihe t1l6 1n1stai',
Mrs Peact. -' --. i .. d.. ., .ta-J '., I 1M( Jaitwe.
Slociln, ..i .l-',., '. M r P,..r 'Tl Hfl
AIt his r-sidlence, in Pawtulcket, on tl tileth ihsit.
Mr Jobr Ih Wnacott, a gd 54 years,
In Nat:ck Villnge, Warwick, on til 1ith miast, Mrs
Jane Hazrnd Gierne, wife of DrD)uliticl 1H G(rene.
In Lotudnlc. on Fridav morrrin, .1 n' I 't, h"s
ter of Mr Jiosephl Cur'penter, isged autt 2 't alr.


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GCorresprndrelice 0t the Providience J.urnal.
DESCRIPTION .OF FUNCHAL, IN TIIS
ISLAND OF MADEIRA.
JANUARY 12th, 1836.
Funchal is beautifully situated at the foot of
the mountains, which fI'rmn a pictirpesqrle am-
plii iatre eliind it, whliile in front It Is 'was tel!
by the ocean ; of which, owing I, tlie gradtial
rise of 'tie ground, there is.a fine view from near-
ly every honse. Thie tiwn extends ,Bt least a
i6lr ,lonri te he shore, and tire mounitains ablor
for the di.litnce ,f two rrr three itiledare'studded
with {Iintuans (as 'tihe corutry seats are called);
lris gives thert al i animated and cultivated ap.
iearanre which contrasts finely witlli the rugged
scenery uf tireir topes,ald ith' deep ravines whivh
separate them.- -
Nearly all liw' mnernhants have villas. mattn of
therm are extensive', anl Ihie favorable situation
of tie ground.a renders any want of taste in lay-
iigr tIln oiut less perreptiblpe. ''The hIues are
r i ., white'with t,,wers for the purpose of
dislingniasllir, vessels fir at csea.
Th.se towers, tit,'llier witli their numerous

firti fieaiion. give tihe idea, of a nIuch more im-
portant place than Frir'cliai with its ".1,,110 iht-
liahitants. really is. The' land at thie westwAnrd
'if the tL, iit afltir rising to a coniderablle height
is level, .i-ilt the erxiep ion of three larse .and
e'legant inriunrid, cuhivterd to tire tT; .ralolu a
thirdii i ia fie distant from nci ce toitlaend i rapen
olarly firmedl. that they seem to be rather the
work of art than nature. In every other dirre-
lion tire scenery is of A nucmh rander ard leras
rep iulir clrancter. iad Ill mnu'ira inta are ci'va*
ted tI a blriht of'several th,'msand fret ahiove tht
sea. There are three ra:.nines which, during the
rains;'conoduct vast qruanitities water through the
town into tler se. liesidest une en, iugh from t he
motinlainis tI Kip ly all ll te' dvlir il ifor that ar-
lic!e, which is bry tI" means sniill. 'Tl'rhi" it for
the greater pait ofl the year therbedis of these
inountain Iurrints are dry; -thoe autihrities are
ulbliged to take gfeat career to rerinure I. ro(as.
fri)n IIth m. iat the y rina 'l ''ri'e rnred for thil
rains. There are .. .1 -..l '.a orer thr.e'e firy
rivrsas tlh-y'are expressi'el teirm'-. T 'h, c ii
lie clirches wil-h Iie e'xi,:cpttin 1 othi .e Castijwdr1l
(w licli is tmr en Si.rilkin r ,lr.its v.- r-n.'t il' appi'-ar-
ance and szi thin thie'lI-unly of its r.ir c'itircr-)
lthuglh niner.ius, are not rei irarkrble. That of
.Noss r Srnhnrai dei Mole situa!td ab'out1t litre
m ilt's fro lie h loWntir ,, is >t' Inost- rurminit',.L eIi-
fine frntm every p',int. an di e lbe.,uty of its sit.-
ation leaves yoii very little, dc il '.ti ex1 t r1 n itst
arc hiteetnfe. The effi-e'irfils tnwi towers is al-
it ,, ,. .I. ,, .- 1 .. hislfcl.hap-l. lh.-m ih

it lias all the er lmness a ii repose of the country;
it is a pretty building iitl a -neatr ..ro',, Tlhe
interior is r rotundit wit'hi bli xes ii. i.- .nl' .-rr,
by which arrianernment inuich roorn is li'.v. Not
far frm thLis chapel, are the two E.ngllish icuie.
tries; one f ir tlie residents, 'I -llI ,' f.i so irn.
gers; ithe latter is mtucih ltie IInrg'rst; they are -lotl
neat. arnd luit witli evire. lli.re reprtloie aliny
aI snifferer wise Itirs 1t liii t to, expect ri-lief
in. a Ilnd. where he hs-i lound .m. grn.y ;
most of tie 'i t'-iii. til of i. n, w icli w has
fallen a. victim to oonsutnption. 1 n*tlirei the
graves of two of rmy counrv t r ,i n ly. a'i'r
grr und is a rare tf irig in i iF lhI .ttri're is a
small.sqinre callrd.l tihe liace t oif li e:..- ; nl:,.',
upn waiih is l itiieii id thie entlijdril. 'l,. I 11 s-
pital (which appri-ri vr'ry asiplr..) c.' i iil, a i
monastery. (niowI n cupid t bartransti) tire "Atie-
rican Cnn.sul's irlsideti'ce ,tile Castle inc-Ilidirnstg
tlre Govur'nir's a lrse, b-sidlriesa number of. pr(-

vate dlweliinrs. .This .Iuatre mist have ber- n
rather pretty, whlin ornamenitr with fine trees.,
nut they were all cut down iy tihe late Migueliffe
Governr.,iii preparinir fir tfie defence of the
town, ariinst Driirna laIria's lirces. .J.itl ont
fron thiis.quare is tie (ruit, mrket ; wic is
tlie prettiest thing of tirt kind I ever saw, : rd
which looks more like a Iarden than like plnce
of Iraffic. llerr unnlder .the shade' of the lofty
.sycaminre, vu may'gr.alily ,,cr- palate with file
oralutre, banana icr-tnrd rappl, and other Ilscinus
fruits of tropical climates ; or if more tempted by
the pear, peach. or plumn, Ihey arc equna!ly witlBa
vour reach. Cliesnuts are much site;iied tby
tihe inhaihitatlsanid persons are mrgaied in-roast-
ing thlin at thei market and it ll tie corners otif tie
streets. Thn're are several convents.and rnoias-
tr:ries situated in i ifl'ferent ,pats of tlh -e toit. But
they are remnikal le for nhiiiii, except'th i xteri't
if it', iraccmniodationis. Funchal w,.uld he very
dirly, il its situi'limi werr .nol such as t.tnm'kp. it
ipiissible tlhat it should be s.fas the r.ini carry
of l'ill tlhe filtil. Yours, &e,

Corrispo dense oat ithe Pirtlut-l vt~-.rin A,veArrfirf.
lANG'otr, lMarch 14, li3t6.
The liniicipdl electi'rn itn this city tn--day liea
retsulld in a ilwtiius triumph I r tr Willgs-
For Mfti-or. tnwAsto KENT rec-ived 77) T"'Pe,
and Amirii5s M. ti6bert, 493:l. trcattr-rintt 45. Thie
acritering 'rsles rip p rincipially f..r E. II. Al-
len, (wlhin)-In six ,Int of tlie sr-vien ward., tiu
entire W hinr lickt lita pr-vatiled, anrd ibt isth
other ward thie Whig eiin.diite firm Wlaetrrn is
elected. It was truly Ularrifyimng to seP.te .Fpirftr
which prevailed in tihe iig ra.kls, l irt, r l.t'y
aiiionn lfie rYOUNG ai -''fie tries made grernt
'exe'rtions.'an'd upt to tie ,,. r.i.' ofh thie chl action
\vere' confitdeul of succe-ss- .
Yiurs in haIte,

Patron.tr.-TThe N. Y. 'Timoss ait',r rtis's a
list if700t0 Ihletrs in lrhe pst i ffir-e ,f Ih't cite i
At thlie govrnnment price of two cctt.- a .letter,
this aminounls to the" pretty sum of $140I, fire a
single adeerti-eiien't inserted thrt'e times, ,
The aidv,rtlisniitrt. w heelieve, Is "i'0 ,' I A
snemi-iionlthly, iisaking in ni.re yrar, lhie sri, of

Importit Ir, i',rtiorn.--NIMr. \illiniln Keri.n. of
[Tlavrtrlraw. l h'i iin cnijurcli i wiflh M r ''litd-
dens Sellrck. tainted d 1, titrs patrenit f' a nls-
chinei for cri tiii screws, whiefi ;,T l.nI l ra! r,
any thin eofl lithe kind, now in nle in .Il:o'prp or
A imrica. The principal oftihre innachine e.-nsis'a
in circular dies. which hnve a mn'tin airds
each oilier, while, al the sanie time, the.y aniske
upwards of 500 revolutions a minute. These dies
receive ithe screws at thle top ol a cast iron pot
in which they are secured, and ahen; it, dbtainsa
its proper thread, it is thrown effby meansif an
inner spindle, and another instantly takes its
place, the dies preserving their usual velocity,
without chancing their rotary motion. The
saving of screws is another important cerisider-
atron in favor ofl these mriacliines, as it is difficult
to spoil one upon them Their construction ia
simple, and we understand thit one, cr.nm.ir.ing
Inur sets of dies and tupoin which a liovy ,-an 'rn
off thirty gross per day, can hIe built al a cost not
excee.dine'$150. ''They are now in operstiimn at
Selleck & Kein's. Screw Factory at Salmrtiondale,
in this twn.-NA. River Times.

NEW YORK CATTLI t. i-r' T- h.,, Ht'h-
A market 600 1Jeef 1t.b ,' ,'..h .... -, "aul
600 Sheep. '
Prices an Renarla-The ,, .. ...' i ati ri_-
id, aid neri r very crentrt ..'.l | .. i ., Uirin ,rf
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"'c .uats..t msrio sL .tritn." TWENT'Y-FOlitITII CONG;RES,- ".r B.nr.hr, ..IT red Ih, eip.ang.rig r.eslutio-, t
SSENATE-T'-'rsoAyv, March 15. which lie over for consideration. : 0
*IltirVIDENCE JOURNAL. Executive Proceedings. I These resolutions are very long. and are thie'
'lThe Senate proceeded ro consider te thoiina- same as were presented by himt at aTfurmer sea- 1
--.MONDAV MORNING, MARCH 2t. 153. titl o0' Roger B. Tansy "to be Clief Justice of[hlie sion. .- s
SMONDAV MORNING,l f ARCH 21. ,3. b' Supreme rourt f the UUnited States, and the. "The Senate proceeded to consider-the bil to (
SOur- readers will find tun interestirng debate question being "Will the Senate advise and con. appropriate, for a limited ttrin, lie proceeds of
SCd I sent to tisrei nomination?'" it was decided as fol- thie public lands. .
.in iilo'-soAs iniln rer our Conigress head, on tlie lows : Mr. Ewing spoke for some time in conclusion
StClect oi tthe Public Diposits in the per Banks. Yeas-Benton, Brown, Buchanan, Cuthbert, of the remarks lie had previously made.
A Davis, Ewinm of Ills., Grundy, Hendricks, Hill, The Senate.in executive session thisafternoon, "s
"-Advertisement t orittd toa-ay. will appear Hubbird, King of Ala. King of Geo., Linn, Me confirmed Andrew Stevenson's fioniiniition to t
.'to-rnorrow. Kean, Moore, Morris, Nhichol.is, Niles, 'rentiss, Etoland, Major Eaton's to Spain, Gen. Call's to
"Ik |tuuc ir very Rives, Robinson. Rug, Ies. Shepley, Swift, Tall- be Governor to Florida, and Arthur Middleton,
T'ii PnrspT"r 1:'ort* us.--Tie very firstact nma;ige, Tipton, Walker, Wall, Wrighlt-29. to be Secretary. a
Wf *the Vain Buren party, when it obtained thie Nays-Black, Calhoun, Clay. Crittenden, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
hsicenidancy in the Seunate of tie Unites tautes, Ewinig of Ohio, Leigh, Mangurn, Naudami, Por- NAv APPROPRIATION nIL.i..
was te app neno Roger B. Tanrey to mitl i n 'ristnn, Robbins, Southmard, Tomlinson, The House, on motion of Mr. Caiubrele-n.,
was ie appoine.. r. le1.-r. White- -1. wivent ilhthocoiiniitlee of tle wliole on Isie tate .I r
t The nomination of Philip'P. Birbour, to be an the Union, on thie bill '" making aplrpriaitions!
by the death nof Jorm NIAnusiti.r.. *All who re- Associate Justice of 'the Suiprerne Court, being fur thle naval service of the United States lor tIhe
member tie acts of thits tritlertlth when Secre- nexi in order, thie question being put ton taking year 18:;6." t
tiy .ittf he T'reasury, and lthe motives which up lie nomination. it was decided as follows: The question still being on the motion of Mr.
Yeas-Berntoli. Blown. Buclhman., Cuthbert,- Bell, to reduce the appropriation fidr the Navy I
tiait have ifitpiled the President to nominate Ewin of Ill Grundy, llendricks, Hill, Hub Yard at Portsmorth. from $67,'100 to $35,510, j,
.hin, ciminlo bt16 moiuirn over the causes which bard, King of AlI King of Geo..Linn,McKean Mr. Chambers, of Pennsylvania, spoke nearly
h.ive led to hlits result. If Mr Taiey had not Morris. Nicholas, Niles, Rives, Robinson, Rug Iwo hours in opposition o tire motion, and in fa-
been rejected by thIe \hig Senate, for Secretary gles, Shepley, Tal:mnadge, Tiptou,Walker,Wall vor of a increase oi the naval force of thie United t
S r b ii r ae Wright-25. State's. n
of th! Treasury, lie would never have received Nays-h|,lickl,Calhoun.Cliy.Crilelee.Davis, Mr. Bell withdrew the motion pending, and
this appointment. Itis a reward lor hirs partizan Ewini of Ohio, Kni_,llt, Leigh.Mangrui,Moore, rnoved to strike ot tire whole of rthe appropria-
sh. serviency,. a diploiian for his violation of law Natidain. Porter. Prentiss, Preston, Rolbbins, tion for the Navy Yard at Portsmonthl, for rea-
'fid the Constitution. If the people do not see Souintrd, Swift,Tomlinson ,WebsterWhile-20. s ius which lie give at length. Alter finishing c
a st ion. lie peop sere r Webster movedllthe following as an amend- this portion of his remarks, Mr Bell intimated
i i n rean aar feature o the is intention to enter upon soune other considera-
'Vli'h 't1)6y will wink orit of sight, any act which Resolvel, That it is inexpedient to net upon lions properly enouirh connected with this sub-
ihe Vain Biren factions m my perfnirm. Fur our- the nomination of P. P. Bmi bour as Justice of ject; and gave way to a motion for the commit- t
selves, -we drein it, ile l r robectiona ble a tnhe S upre un Court, iunil it shall be ascertained tee to rise. I
Sjwhweth r tile in nbvr of Judgi.s of the said Court Tlihe Committee then rose, and the Iflouse ad-
d.angerous examlile ever presented for thie en- shall he alItered by any law at the present session journmd. -
Scornragem'ent of political ambition, aind no man of Congress. SIN SENATE. Thurdnday, March 17.
carncalculate the evils which my flow from it. 'le question being taken on its adoption, it n:.osrnat. .c
was de eided as follows EPOSITE BAN ffS. -0,
ifthet first act hue' if such dangerous tendency, Y eas-Black, Clay, ol ri end en. -, .. ... Mr. Webster rose to move ior lire priniingo nf -
wtlit nay. be anticip.ated of those which may foil n .f.Oli.o, Knight, Lei,,'h.N.uai ain,Prc,-30 r ot'rct -rui, n- es (f the- wialemeni of.the affair., t
low? Itisawarninatothe people ofthis country, r -is .. ... ... S o lnson. te ynan trans^ t d b
I o country, Ieston ,)b hlnnioutuard Wift, i iot of te iie t" t b
ha lesson which ouPeht not to be forgotten when Nys-entor- Brown, Buhanan, Chbert 1 making .his motion Mr Webster called the nm
Ifsuciti ftireays-eriuionBrowtntuceanandicuouert, .eet '.in e t
tie Jrclion of Presidentarrives. 1 such an agent 'Ill., runy, 'endris.ill.Hubb.rd a teni oflhe Senate to the d.curment tIo -tlle t.
is tofil the most diLnifed and importantstation, Kin of Ala., Kir o 'Gen .Linn ,McKeia,ilor- treme ysth'o ng ftestateioftheDepo eI'lank I
what instruments may be selected for others? If ris, Nicl olas, Niles, Roinson, Rives, Ru statent sne of te leading fts. The imine- tl
.Mr V-an Buran's party will thus sully the pure S ley, ie, ptn Walker all de liabilities of the banks amounted, it apper-
W white, ri Im d unted, it .aer-
ermine ofjustice, wiit will prevent their inflict- The question was Ihenn pmt-.Will tie Senate ed, to nearly seventy-two ml ,tions of dollars, viz: a.
inz upon the country deep and general reproach? advise and consent to tihe nomination?" and de- te ubic deposites, $3367,; t879 9il in cie private b
., u f etrosntes, $15, 43,1133 61; the luills in circulation, p
hTir appointment of Mr Taney may be taken cieul as fillow. $26. ,213,68'd 36 ri
asan illustration of the provident care the party I.eas-. .nton,r -wn B ucanan, ee Thie amount of specie held by these banks, it n
aCuthbert, Ewingof Ill., GrunndyHeenricksH ill, farther appeared, was $10,198,6i59 21; that is to ct
hit*e ftr'the national weal. A strongand united Hubbard King of Ala., King of G eo., Leig art
Voice of indignation ought to be minnifested,fromi Linn, McKean, Mnrris, NicliXoi Nls, Nis, reston re Y' sa, thre is less thran tie dlle rleie over silent aS
one corner ofthire Union to another. The varied Rtves. Rolinsm, R rgles, 1Shepl y, T ladge b ose bank more than ree ime the amount a
WrI'-bt by those banks more than three times tlie aumouu itt
ann-ils four country do not pros nit one example L.,W er, Wa3 ,Wote, iall the specie. c
fraught with inm,re imminent peril. And in the NNays-Blaek ,Davis, Ewing of Ohio,Mangum bThere areonther ierns (he said) which eswel' i
tememnbrance of-it, are ltie people ready to for- Naundin, Porter, Prentiss, Robbins, Southard, Ia lanks, aid debts d ,ue fim banks. But tihee ti
give, and to embrace, one who has been the chief Swift, 'RVelster- I. i re onlyti euallinrg quantities, and of no moment it
yeil in the appointment? This nomination has .nr insertion of Amns Kind to be os the view I am taking of -tlihquestion. c
beentwilthheld by Mr Van Buren,umil Ie had tlie Mr Crittendenn uo'ed that the Senate now ad. Amog tin e mmes utl tiese deposte ninkss I :
see mni itern of "other investmentss" of no less ws
in-ij.rity .of tie Seniale under his control. They, journ, which was decided as follows amount tihani $8,777,228 79. What is meant by tI
like faithful and obedient slaves, have bowed to Yeas-Black, Crittendei. l)avis, Ewinug ot th'e "other investments," I am not informed. 1 P
his just authority. Virginia, whici as bo)rsted Om, Le'ih Nidali Itur 'a rtn. wish for light, Imhave my suspicions, but 1 have aI
so niuch of her attachment to the Union,liasbeen W its-15 r ip ro ifs. Sir, look at the reported state of tli;.: I
.tle caus of. this blot upon our esautcheon Nays-Benton, Brown, Buchanan Cuthbert,la erst i te list. The capital of that bnk is only h
"Ti. eiiled 1af 1trli.l ': h is re Iturned, and he Kwing of lit.,Griidy Hendri., cks.Hin ubbard, $150,000. Its portion of thie deposits is no less n
dic .. .. .. ..11 ,v be ... ,.- l ... g. n e T- -if ip i ,r, '.,Ko n ,i n, ..... -',' r.:,in h "i p'pei" inl ithe bank- itse1.-
_lS-2 .'Ahi Its specie mi only $51,011 95; nal its dis-
",i2l]3 co ,units loans, c. are nnl y- :5011,Oit, or there hr
It D Im i's o RANKi, ,. '- -Uuder thil head, Tlie question was then pnt--Will the Senate amount ; there tresiu Why. se where N
rte Richmond Eonquirer rails most.-bi.tterly against advise and consent to the nomination?' and de- it is; it is included in the item "' du afr'om ont he.r
ii of the itching" Van Bren aspirants in c eas- n, ro h anan, Cnlbert nks $78.766 37." What banks have got thr,? C
ir ,iit "' Do
vs.r- :es tie .ruin which .hars ensued from our King of Alat, Kinng of Geo Linn. McKean, ,ties? and does this make apart ofthnrthegr/iail. a
decisionsns, in the menmirable case of Pennsylva- "M'rris. Nicholas, Niles, Rives, Robin-on, Rng- itics of these deposit banks in the cities? Now, 'I
H wa, now fl.ringhr efre our eyes ? When shall les, Sheoly, Tallinadge, Tipton, Walker, Wall, this is one question: whalare these other liabilities? t
S1 f1. -Iu -* -. h i al s to those other invest ene ts," say agiiin PI
we se- tie hnd of the Iliad of woes. which lihas 3 73. I .l-ij, Eving of Ohio, Leighl,N.udain, mii to trese other investments" y agin I
s.rnete ir-.,n tihe contest between the friends of Preston, Soulhard, White-7. estate, loans, discouut and. exchange, 1 beg to b
M.,l.--n'.r.s and Wolf ? An Antimnasonic Gov- It was then ordel'ed that the injunction of sek- know what other investment bank s u illy niake.
Crecy be rescinded fro le proceedings in these an i
arnor foisted upon tli.-n-A. Whiri Legislature crecy e rescinded from tie proceedings in these In my opinion, sir, the present system now c
Lnemi nalionIs. begins to develop itself. We see-what a comn-' o
e..cil-..d-t'i- Hydora i k of the Uitned States W Wi.-u.ESDiAY, March 16. location of private and pecutiary interests have s
tevived.l,-instructions ti vote against the Ex- The question being put, run advising and. con- thus wound themselves around our finances.- o
pingingg Resolutions. carried in the House of' senting to the.appointment of Andrew Steven- While the present slate of things continues, or
Representatives? When i4 this mischief to ter- son, to be Minister to England,the vote stood as as it goes on, there will be no lack of anrdor in 0
hii4tate ?" Not tintil n Whig President is elect- follows -: opposing lthe land bill, or any other proposition b
S y o e u Yehs---Messrs. Benlon, Browi, Buchanan. for distributing or e.ectu:ally using ithe public 0
ed, i.i our reply.to these emplialic .questions of nthbert, Ewingr of Illinois, Grundy, llendricks, nofiiuy. 9
the Enquirer. If these doleful sentences afford Hill, Hubbard, King of Alabama, King of Geor- We have certainly arrived at a very extraordi- 11
'true criterion of the state of affairs in Virginia, rgia, Linn, MNKean, Moore, Morris, Nicholas, nary crisis-n crisis which we inost not trifle
we imnagirni the prospects of thie party wear a Niles, Rives, Robinson, Ruragles, Sheplev. Tall- wiln,. 'e accumulation if revenue must be
a c .'i.e as.. y ln fr iadre, T' itton, iWalketr, WalI, Wnriht-2i. -prevenled. Every wise politician .will nset ithate i
.oloniy aspect.- Thle W.l,:-, as we learn from ,y ls--Messrs. Black, Cualhun, Clay, Clayton, down as a cardinal maxim. How can it be pre-
.tIhe saie paper, are united to.a man, and if they Crittenden, Davis, Ewing of Ohio,G-oldsborough. vented ? Fortifications will not do it. This I r
a > continue, siacess will probably attend them. Knight, Mangrum, Naudain, Porter, Prentiss, utm perfectly persuaded of. I shall vote for every Ii
F'reston, Robbins, Southard, Swift, Tomlinson, part of the fortification bill, reported by the Mili-
STri COTTr) M.r I:Tri.-For tlie last three White-19. tiry Committee. And yet I am sure that, if that
r i inre The question ii einr put, on advising and con- bill should pass into a law, it will not absorb the a
,yer,,,tto Is. been gradually advancing isent inu to tie appointment of John i. Eaton, to revenue, or sufficiently diminish its amount t.-
,price, bith iin-Euiirope and in this country ; tire be Minister to Spain, the vote stood as follows : Internal improvements cannot absorb it: these e
S.uth, iin consequence of hliichi, have applied all etis-Messrs. Benton, Black, Brown, Bucha- useful channels are blocked up by vetoes. q
Th-,r capital a nrid il to the cultivation of this nan, Crittendei. Cithibert, )Davis. Ewing ofIlli- How, then, is this revenue to Ile disposed ofi
-,prhe cnu- d .,ily, which hault o in oa grd tasre nis, Grundy.- Hendricks, Hill, Hubbard, King put Ihis question seriously to all those who areas
t4ple c11111dilty, whlic haif in a good m-asnre of Alabama, King of Georgia, Knight, Linn, inclined to oppose the laid bill now, before the
diulinished the quantity of other agricultural Moore, Morris, Nicholas. Niles, Prentiss, Rives, Senate.
products This lihas had the effect of raising the Robinson, Rutggles, Shepley, Tallmadge, Tipton, Sir, look" t the future, arid see what will be
iprines of other articles, and we conceive it is tine Tomlinsn. Walker, Wall. White, Wright--32 tie state of things next autumn. Tie accumu-
SI s-Meslrs.sCalhoun, Clay, Claylon,Ewing nation of revenue may then be nearly fifly mil-,
Scas of v whih almos ever fOio, Goldshoronugh. McKean, Mangum, Nau' lions; ar amount, equal, perhaps, to the ,, '..I.
product of n-iture n rw -demands.- The South dain, Porler. Preston, Soulhard, Swift-12. amount of spcic.'in thte country. Wthat a state of
m,,rht no lorigerLto complain of the burdens of The question being put. on advising and con- things is that Every dollar in the country the d
Slas, wich ive e such enormous senting to the appointment of General Call, to be property of the Government h
TrnilE lawths, rwve givel them suetc enorm our Gornor i Flortda, the vote stood as follows : p Arain ir, are ntmen satisfied with the
iprofils on theirsluve tabr- The resources of.our -Ye,,s-Messrs. Benton, Bhlack, Brown. Bueha- present condition of the public money in regard c
Seunl rfa are so vast, population is making ,uhI nan,Clay, Clayton,Crittenden, Cnthbert,Ewming to itssafety ? Is that condition safe, commenda-
Sr.ipid strides,and the all absorbing spiritof specu. of Illinois. Ewing of Ohio, Gillsborough, Grun- ble and proper ? Thlie member from South Carn.
Sltion in every article is so general, that it must t, Hendricks, Hill. lubb ard, King of Alabamar lina has brought in a bill to regulate these de-
Sa r b t p-m c King f G,-oruiai, Knight, Linn, McKean, Man- posit banks. I hope he will call it up, that we L
het a long lime before thie por eaun obtain supplies u, M,,ore, Morris, Naudain. Nicholas, Niles, may at least have an opportunity of showing, for
iproportionrite to theiraciui!nme.ins. As an offset, Porter, Prentiss, Pre'stoi, Rives. Robbins, Roh- ourselves, what we think the exigency requires.
however, to this, labor is always in demand, and inson, Ri rgles, Sheplev, Southard, Swilt, Tall- Mr. Benton admitted that lie was struck with
must meet w'ith ia .lt r.wamrd. Sc that wht at nndtdge, T,'rt-n, Tomlinson, Walker, Wall, the items as he heard the gentleman from Mas- i
Wright-43. .ays--0. s'chusetis enumerate them. His mind had been t
first view iity seem a hardship, at length finds a Arthur Middleton was confirmed as Secretary Iu.ned sith some attention to thie state of the
cure, and all rO on in lIrrmony and peace. of L-galion to Spain, without opposition. public money in the deposit banks.- Their con-
AnJoun. .i.uT or CO. GoiuRss.-l t lias been the -SENATE-WrnrDNSDAY. March 10. ditiom had beern bad-but was now improving, I
practice otf Congi'ess tur several years. past, riot Mr, Webster presented several peltitions from two orders having recently gone out fronm the
l. adj urn the first S -ssion, until sometime in Boston, and from Wayne county, in Mihian, res should do what they tlioughit proper to
.untie or Jnly. Now that thIe Van Buren f ction prsayinier fr thie Abolition of Slavery in thie Dis- pren sate of thing' in regard to
i h eti *i e s n rict or Cu nlolnaia, of which he moved the retlnr- nu rutly thi present sI Htt of tii rugs itt regardni to i
ve lipower, it sIr determintion is mn- r 1 ,,,ia ih nl i of r. the deposit banks. He would give thie honorabh i
hit ye te poison, it iris dt ri s m urn. ence to tie Cimmittee on the Districtn [1 Chum- Senator his aid in havingan iuqquiry instiluted in I
it..sted toibreaik up by the middle of May. IThr hia. HIe stated his object ti be, to obtain a report e to dr o tin and so tor tie pudr-
rcasons are obvious. Mr. Van Buren does not wlicl would be Ihe result of cahn. deliberation, ose ociholdin them not only to prompt, but to
wis tri, imunch legislation, and especially tlo nd n"'niiii t'un he ent r o hive an effect in s ie ueirnts fir every thing they receive
'miuch debate uminn subjects which mni:my involve iu cures ,'ihere Congress had no constilutional s Ihue Ui ti i tI Struts's.
imsiielef. in. iiffichlly, and arouse tie'People to power to act, uch as ihe ahridgment ofthie tree- Mr. lay confessed thart he felt struck with
a..-snse oftheir rights-so thmat thie voices of Clay, dorn of the press, ir hime estahilishnment of religiious tih toltal insecurity f the public treasure deposit.
.alh-uu and Webster, may be hushed, and the institutions, it would be their duty to refuse to ted di the deposit binks 'e totel asnount of
torrent of Coimrrios, sweep on in all its deso- powersci, yet, in.doubtfuil eases, it was their lduty upwards of 77 millions of dollars. Besides the
lating:>r<,agrrf-,. to allow a hear ing to petitioners. And, in this sums mentioned by the gentleman from Massa. e
-case, 'he staled motat a majority of the people of chusetts, there was a sumn of nearly six millions
SThre Sntpru.e'e Judicial Court will comnunence the non-.slIvehldiing States considered that Con- for which tlIey might be called upon in any one
i tar.h. teTnerer this courIty, in this city, :o- ais slavery in tre District of Columbia, amount of their means? Ten millions only;
ntr..'. There is, au we learn, much business theretBe hie wished that a report on lithe subject that was to say-only a one eighth part of that
jpemldiTg before thle.Couirt ... should come fromin a Committee. The mere.re- which may be called upon for payment. -He
/e lf., -TI 1, .\ lurs jrction ifj petitiors Without inquiry, he consider- thuught-and supposed every man would think,
*I" The tl', ..',,- -- *,l,,.r, Ar..,1" I-Fhurstlav e as calculated to produce discontent antonur that we wnure on the eve of a great paper noneey
t.ays, '.lii. ..I. m1 n... i,: .. ... i lien thie hose who wished no ill, ibut who acted under crisis. Could any one say when such a demand
rIverm i ...ii, ,.p.,. 01 lie vn ,,.i rwiealh- tie influence of religions feelings (probably mis- would be made ?- Did the Secretairy of the
mr. lThere had hee'ma few days, since thie 20tl truken one-s.) d would nuly nh ave tendency to Treasury know to whomu the money had been
February, sufficiently mild to settle thesnow,but give In rvluitige to Ilnose who humd evil inlen- oaed ? Did any Senator. He conceived not.
very little of the inmiense mass hlis been turried tio, ms in t ffnrted th r a pretext for etmplrint. 'Thirty millions oi treasure liad been placed in the
int'm water.-On two ....r.i,,. ...f last weekly, ihe M nlat, iu moved thmt lltIe uelitiors re nt Deposite blanits, and that money had gone, but
S, ,n ......m= ......atr. _zuim mom t tnat thlticdondnba ne


i,,......y %kr 14,, at zero. t l ,-,,0'. and 8 degrees eee-, ed a s ,e desired o nop r n t to record t e nam es t the individuals w hlo had received it,
S-low it %V .tervliet. On Sunrday morning tie Ir is a, he, nrenessrily a-r sent when thatr we did riot know. We were the creditors, but
13tl inst., it wa, one belhw in this chiy, and ten qi estiond ben ntak en on a former occasion. did not know who were the debtors. Suppose a
below at tle Shaker village. lThe snow and ice Mr. Rives expressed a wish or time to consult blow to comne-wholly unanticilpaed-eithmer by
in our streets is from three to five feetdepthi. So with Soultiern gettlereun as to tire best course to .a failure of the crops, or some other circumii-
ligt anutl severe a winter has not been know in uin takent since the Smenate had determined to re- stance-every mian would not be at a loss to tore-
J.f.his altitude, since 17801. ceivr thn se petitions. le expressed his delibe- see what would be the consequence.
--. tilre Se nate t alte opinion that Congress Ihad no power over Mi. Calhoun expressed his surprise at the
e Senate yesterday morning, the Or- the snlnject iin tle District of Columbia, and ma,rnitude of what lie designated the disease.-'
'ir g rotile HoiattfnR Ctl Presentatives' nstrsutct- moved for the present to lay thie motion of Mr. te ventured to say. there was nothing like it on
Nin the w ltU itigating Committee to summon. tie Mangum on tie table. record. No man' could shut his eyes to the
.NeCw E nlud, City, and State Banke in Boston, Several ,llher petitions, similar in their charac- present startling facts. The cause he would not
aid tilhe:Peqfple'a0uankl in Rox.bury,to appear and ,ter, were offered by Mr. Ewing, of Ohio, Mr. enter into at this time.. It commenced two years
show cause vwhy tmeir respective charters should Snuthard, Mr Swift, Mr Buclhanan, Mr M Kean, ago-was distinctly foreseen, and announced
notl e declaredr.void, wa,after a debate of mome and were a-l disposed ofin the same way. in order that it would come. Here, then, was the tdis
linth, adopted ip cutearreace.-Boston Gazet, that tie wlsle might he acted on at the same ease, and there was a fearful responsibility rest-
.'. SutiyrliyU' time. inr some where as to its cause, and a very great
Mr. Joutv LA.NG, Senior Editor of lie' New Mr. Ewing also presented the proceedings of responsibility would rest upon those who were
'Yrk'Gazette, departed this ife on Thursday, thI Amli-Slavery 'tnd Anti-Abolition reetis to happy tie remedy rhi was tie, point to
iiunt o ,i, inthIe 71th .year of his age. He lhud at Cincinna'i, arid Mr Critteuden presented so wic ich they wouJd d. rect their attention,-respon-
imd. el.imrre oftime Gazette for era n.y .lhaifa ceo- legislative proceedings, nu time sam ebject, wlich "ibi iy rested upon every. ember 0 lthis floor,
4 .-.A. 'yur/ .r .WJuur. Cu,. w-" w all lai:d on tlir table. be Is pur 'ty disl'tic o n wltat it might, e. one-.


-- .. -.i -- .--- : .
'ing nllu t be done, arI.l a. the fr, ,ut. i ie,. i.-.r.
ir there would be a general prostration of' indi-
vidual wealth-a deep wound inflicted on the
body politic. After some remarks on the neces-
ity of getting rid of. the surplus revenue. Mr.
. in conclusion said, lie hoped that a sufficient
number of copies of this important document
would be printed.
The debate was further continued by Messrs.
Wright, Benton, Ewing, Walker and Black,
vhewn. the motion to print 3000 copies of the
ables was agreed to.
PUBLIC LANDS.
The Senate proceeded to consider the bill to
appropriate, for a limited time,the proceeds of the
public lands, and
Mr Hill addressed Ihe Senate at length in op-
i i.., i.) tlie principles of the bill. After, he-
,..hi,,.d- I his marks. the Senate adjourned.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr Hawes mniide his usual unsuccessful motion
o get at fWest Point, and the N. C. election case'
wad as4in discu.ssed,until the House took up the
Navy bill, upon which Mr Bell spoke till the ad-
ournment.
The correspondent of thire Boston Courier gives
he following ai stract of the remarks of Gover-
nor LiNcoL.N, in the House of Representatives,
in tlie motion of Mr. Gillett, to instruct the Ju-
liciary Committee to inquire in!o thie expedien-
cy of revising the Militia Laws of the United
States.
"He look a full view of the Militia system of
lie country, said it had already became an ob-
ect of such jiist and general ridicule, that the
min who ciuld be induced to lead the pageant
if a [iililia training, under tire existing slate of
hingi, must Ibe pirsessed of ignore than ordinary
bit;odri and last for martial parade. In the
nurse of Iris remarks, Gov Lincoln paid i de-
.*-.I.i ir. i.Ii Itribule to a well-regulated M ili-
ia. anid'contended that they were the only hope
rid stay of the country. In referring to the riots
f ithe country, lint had rendered a call on.the
mililia necessary to suppress disaster, lie alluded
o the riot' at Providence, Rhode Island, in
lie year 1831, and passed a merited eulogium
0 the credit oif the late Gov. ARNoLD and
he Providence corps of Infantry. Sir, said Mr.
Lincoln, what would have been the condition of
city in the State represented by a gentleman
behind me, (Mr. Pearce.) if, when that devoted
laice wits threatened with desolation by an infu-"
tale and unbridled mob, it had not at its corn-
tand a corps of g:dlant men, voluntarily prepar-
d fr the business of any hour ofeirergency.-
ir, thire city of Providence was i'n possession of
n organized mob ; a mob, sir, that set ill law
t defiance-a mob that repeated its deeds of
rime daiy after day and night after night in reg-
Ilr r ui..:-i ..... d.:-l..Ilirs and laying waste the
-' t"ill,. r- i...' l n iand inrtiiending and
elpless. Thie militia of the State, oig.i.:d n
now is, was 'insufficient for the i.l- ir.' iihr, ii
ailed upon; but, sir, there was a band of patri-
tic young men, who knew their duty, and who
'ere ready to perform it. They were called-
lify rallied-blood. indeed, stained ihe streets of
Providence. buti, ir, thie sacrifice was necessary,
nd thouglt deplored bly humanity, it was but
he sacrific- of necessity at the shrine of reason
ud of law, and refliecled impershlahble credit on
im and the gallant hand ho had the nerve and
manly haidiju to t rv ; .; e- i. "-- ....
Promei the N. V. Coininti'rcil Aldv-rrlser.
Latest fr'oan Florida.-A letter in ilie Charles.
in Patriot ofthe 12tli inst, dated at Fort Drane,
larclh 2d, slates that an express had just been
'eeived from Gen. Scott (at Picolata) ordering
ren Clinch not to furnish either men or pro-
isions to Gen. Gaines, "whicl would be the
leaps of hiis making another false movement,
nd derangiing ill the plans of Gen. Scott."-
'he letter goes on to say that.Gen. Gaines is en-
rely surrounded, his communications cut off,his
revisions all gnte,annd Iis men falling sick every
iay; and that he dare not venture out of his
rest work.
It is difficult to believe both parts of this ac-
ount, without also believing that both the Gen-
rals have gone mad. Gaines fur getting into
uch a scrape, and Scott for refusing to help him
ut of it.
A letter from Picolata, dated March 2d, makes
o inention of the orders said to have been sent
y Scott to Clinch, hut atnnounces lthe defection
f1fi0 voluniters, (part of the Beldwin cavalry.
0 in number) who had coolly mounted their
orses, deserted their captain,and set out for their
nomes in Georgia. They could not consent to
erve except as an independent corps, riot subject
o thlie orders oif tIe crminander-in-chief.
By an arrival at Savannah, advices have been
received from Picolata to the 6th inst. A pas-
enger on boaid informed the editor of the Repub-
ican that thie latest news from Fort Drane, was,
hat Gen. Clinch had sent ammunition and pro-.,
visions to Gen Gaines, but that the detachment
fler proceeding within six miles of Gen.Gaines'
encampminent, found the signs of Indians so fre-
quent that they thought it unsafe to go any far-
ther, and therefore returned to Fort Drane. This
shows that the story about Gen. Scott's express
otnnot Ile true,or else Gen. Clinch has disobeyed
iis orders.

WOONSOCKET RAILROAD.
MAr. Editor,--l was glad to see in the Journal
li. attention of the public called to the contem.
plated project of a Railroad to connect Provi-
lence with Woonsocket Falls. You very prop-
erly lay much stress upon the great importance
of ltis lineofroad, as securing to this cily the
trade of that flourishing village, and of the whole
of the rich and populous valley of the Blackstone.
Looking upon,it only in that light, no time
should be lost in having the project carried into
effect without delay. But, as it strikes ine,tlhere
s another and a still more important view to
ake of it, There is now no doubt that the long
walked of Railroad, to run from Worcester to the
Iydson, called 4* The Great Western Railroad"
will speedily be carried through. The object of
he uiindertaking, anrd the motive which induced
hlie intelligent capitalists of Boston to embark in
t, is that it will introduce to Boston rnd to New
England the trade of the West." Now thead-
vantage which Piovidence would derive from it,
would be at least as great in proportion, as that
which Boston is to derive, provided Providence,
like Boston, had a railroad communication
with Worcester. Let there be a railroad from
Providence and Woonsocket, arnd the people of
Massachusetts and of Rhode Island would not
allow much time to elapse, before it would be
continued to Worcester; and then the work
is all accomplished. With this connection with
a vst interior (and there is also a railroad in
contemnplation to run northerly of Worcester) on
lthie one side,with the unsurpassed harbor of Nar-
raganset Bay on the other, it appears to me that
Providence would acquire a degree of importance
far beyond what hlias ever yet been imagined.
A FitlEND TO RAILROADS.

The Laws asserted-The Grand Jury have, as
we understand, found .four bills of inrdictlnent
against the journeymen tailors, for riot, and one
bill against twenty-five of the same individuals,
for conspiracy. These indictments will be tried
next iornth.-Vtero York .!morictan.


The Methodist Church has been peculiarly
unfortunate of late. We regret to learn, by a
late western paper,that the Seminary at Norwalk,
Huron Co. Ohio, under the patronage of that
Church, was with its library, cabinet, philosophic
cal apparatus, &c. entirely consumed by fire on
the night of the 26th ult. The loss is estimated
at $3,000.

TnH DELAWARE is at length open. and a fleet
of vessels were approaching Philadelphia, from
below. ,

Whi aItswer to number us inquiries, the public
arn.respectfully informed that WtLL.AM II. DROWN
is not Secretary or Agenit of the Antti-Slavery Soci-.
Cty. j1t21 3l*


EKUROPEAN NEWS.
Paris, London and Liverpool papers to the 13th
February, have been received at New York, by
arrivals at that port.
Fnai'cui-Tile French ministers have all re-
signed, on account of the chamber of deputies
having refused'to postpone the consideration of'
the proposition for the reduction of the fine per
cents. The debate closed on the 5th February,
and tlre vote on the postponement was ayes 192,
nays 194. The ministers, in tihe course of the
discussion, declared themselves not opposed to
the reduction, but deemed it not expedient at
present.
Immediately after the resignation, the King
summoned M. IHlumann to the palace, and it is
said, proposed to entrnst hnm with the formation
of a new-cabinet. This M. Human refused to
undertake, and declared his,intention to leave
Paris. M. Dupin was then sent fur, not, it is al-
leged,to receive the same offer, but merely to give
his advice.
The following is the constitution of the new
cabinet as reported (conjecturally) in the papers
of the 7th. .
M. Dupin, president of the council and minis-
ter of justice.
M. Brisson, (late ambassador to Prussia,) for-
eign minister.
.M. Gasparin, minister of the interior.
M. Sauzet, minister of public instruction.
M. Passy, minister of commerce.
Al. Gouin, minister of finance.
Admiral Duperr6, minister of marine.
Nothing r authentic was known, however,touch-
ing the formation of Ile cabinet, on the 13th. It
is worthy of remark that not one of the individu-
als above named belongs to the doctrinaire party.
If they have been appointed, therefore, an entire
change of system is almost inevitable
Another conjectured organization of tlhe cabi-
net gives marshal G'rard as president of the
council, marshal Soult war minister, AI. Thbiers
foreign minister, M. Argout minister of Irthe in-
terior, and M. Human minister of finance.
TIle special Message of tle 15th January, was
received in London by express on the evening of
Feb. 8th, and published in lie morning papers of
the 9th. It was thought extremely warlike.
Tire trial of Fieschi and his fellow-prisoners
was still in progress. The general impression
was that Fieschi,Pepin and Morey would be found
guilty and condemned to death ; that Boireau
would be letoffwith some minor punishment,and
that Bescher would be acquitted. Admiral Mac-
kau had not yet sailed from Brest.
The Moniteur;du Commnerce of the 13th (one
of the official papers) quoting an article from the
London Globe which puts forward the mediation
of Great Britian as thIe means of preventing a war
between France and the United States, thus com-
ments upon that opinion.
The Globe seems to have rightly indicated
the terminating point in this everlasting n affair of
the American indemnification. The mediation
is indeed thie neplus ultra of concession which
France can make to her desire of maintaining, be-
tween the two nations, a harmony which all the
efforts of General Jackson seem designed to in-
terrupt. If this mediation should be rejected by
the President, it would. be difficult to believe,
even in case of the refusal of Congress to adopt
the propositions of the Message, that the Covern-
i n t -. T s n e re -o f. i .e i rt ,In' r- .f
rI' ,r.'. in I,.-ll ,,'- ii' ir :a w .,r t... ,.., .. si
., -c "utl'nm ..ri y, l..r I'm : u. .:'-.' .r of General
Jackson, in March 1837, to bring the matter to a
conclusion."
The latest Paris journal we have,is.of tie 13th,
at whiich date nothing had transpired relative to
the formation of the cabinet. It was alleged that
Messrs. Dupin, Passy, and Sauzet, had refused
to take thie task upon themselves.
Intelligence of the special message having been
sent to Congress, was received in Paris on the
10th Feb. and caused a considerable depression of
the funds. It was thought, not improbable that
it would have some effect on the formation ofthe
cribinet.and even the re-establishment of the late
ministers was considered by no means impossible.
There is no intelligence of interest fromni other
parts of the continent, except a report of the
death of the Queen of Naples.
SPAIN.-A letter from Barcelona, dated Jan.
9,3,states that Mina, the captain general,had been
compelled toy for Ins life, and seek refuge in a
fortified place,a furious mob" having risen against
him with slhiouls of"death to Mina." Thie cause
is said to be his ferocious and cruel treatment of
his prisoners. This seems rather strange, when
we consider that this same mob, but a few days
before, was engaged in murdering all the prison-
ers it dould lay its hands on.
Advices from Madrid were to the 1st of Feb.
All was tranquil there. Gen. Cordova had broken
tip his encamupment near Vittoria, and marched
towards Madrid, but for what purpose was not
known. The English auxiliaries are said to be
suffering much from fever, which carried many
of them off.
GREAT BRITAIN.-There is nothing of interest
from this Kingdom. The address of the Cornm-
mons in answer to the King's speech,was carried
up on the 6th. An amendment to the address
was moved in the Hlouse of Lords by the Duke
of Wellington, and in the House of Comumons by
Sir Robert Peel. In the latter it was made a test
of strength, and showed an increase of twenty to
,the ministerial majority. The amendment related
to the reform of corporations in Ireland The
committee on the state of agriculture, moved by
Lord John Russell, was agreed to by the House.
The Marquis of Cihandos moved the addition of
three names, which were rejected by a majority
of 7. Sir Robert Peel is chairman of the com-
mittee.
The commissioners appointed to choose a plan
for the two Houses of Parliament, had selected 4
from among the 97 submitted to them, and
awarded 1500 to the architect who gave in the
best of these, and 500 to each of the others.
The celebrated village of Wagram in Germany
has been almost entirely destroyed by fire. "The
sky," says the German papers, "as seen from the
bastion,was reddened by the reflection of the fire,
as on thie day of the great battle.
TThe Rev. Samuel Lorey Barker, M. A., aged
56, Chaplain to His Royal Highness the Duke of
Cambridge, was killed in thie Regent circus oni
the evening of Feb. 4, by the kick of a runaway
horse.


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STEAMBOAT L1EXINGTON.
gs Thie Stuamboate LEXINGTON,
r Captain Vandcrbilt, will leave here
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock, for New
Vork. Fare S3. For freight or passage, apply on
board, at the Railroad Depot, India Point. m2l
FOR XEV YORK.
TJie steamboat BENJ. FRANK-
..LIN will leave Providence, THIS
2.e; DAY, 21st inst. at 12 o'clock, M.
ARRANGEMENT FOR MARCH.
fde' lThe steam boats PRESIDENT,
I Capt R 11 Croleman, anmd BENJA-
SAAI IN FRANKLIN. Capt E S Bun-
ker, will leavA Providence tnd New York every
d-.1. t. .. ..-,.,.d., e n.. n ,ra n riltnu


Monlay, nesv n e a jli .'., *,,r-
SPRE.SI DEN 'T'.,
We copy the following account of the farewell 1il lerav PiForidro e I W'till 'leare Neiw Y'ork
Concert of Mr and. Mrs Woon, and Mr BRounn. pcia I clock, M. 18 a Monday, Ma'cl ock
Prins, ii i ct is I -Monday, an i o.21
and the farewell benefit of Mrs. WOOD, from the Wedlresdahy, 23,) Fridiny, 25
Boston papers of Friday. They passed through Monday, 28 I WeFR:ANKLINa,
this city nn Friday last, on their way to New- THillearc Providence I AW'ill lare Ni.w York
York, where they will counmminence an engage- at 12 o'clock, an, I at-. o'clock. ctP .,-"
YreMdavki Marinhi 21I Friday. Ilarch 18
ment, at the Park, on Monday evening. lFriday, ;5 Wednesday, 23
[Fronmt itis B ston Gazhlet.] 'W''d.neus ai', N mu minidr 28
The fareell Concert of the Woods on Wed- For further information apl in thie Captains. on
nesday evening, at thie Odeon, was indeed a board, o to No3South Water street, or
crowner. We were passing up Federal-street JOEL BLAISDELL.
about an hour before the commencement of the At the Rail Road Depot, India Point.
performances, when we found the passage way N B. All inercha'idtse, specie and baggage a tIhe
in front of old Drury, completely blockaded by a risk of the owners ithereoif. i m-l
crowd of people who were waiting for the doors SCHR. WARR.IOR, FOR NE'WV TORK.
to be opened, and who were anxious to obtain .. The schr o-lAR RIOt wi l take wtriat
what they considered to be the best seats. There i: .-..n idfnesday. n4 quirc oilcboard at
were also carriages, sleighs, trucks, wagons, sta- pir 1 ldyI's lower what, iore Iboard at.
ges, milk carts, omnibuses, vehicles,in lact of all -unr2m AMOS D SytITH.
descriptions-filling up the streets even to chok- H -VE AN. NE
ing, in all directions.. With the exception ofthe FOR hcr VEN ANDUST aEW YORK.n,
presentation ofl the Welister Vase, we know not will hsavr despatch. ShIe'now lies at Dor-
when we have seen such a crowd before. Sta. trance street wiarf. For freight lior passage
ges and omnribuses mrom Roxbiry, Dorchester, apply on ioardl or to E F KNOWLTON and B
Camrbridge, Charlestown arid other more distant POTTER, Jr, Malrke st. 2nt "3t
places, were running with full freights from six _- i FOF-R BOSTON-On Thursday.
o'clock 'till the doors were opened, and then the The regular Packet Schr MARIA, M.
tide set in with so much impetuosity, that it ver- Small, master, will sail as above, For
ily seemed as if chaos had come again." Thie freit, apply board at Saw& rrl's wharf,
lower part of the house was immediately filled, or to MANTJN '- HALLET. m21
and for the first time in our lives we saW hun- 'i'OTICGI--A meeting of the Providence Associa-
dreds of fashionable ladies in the gallery itself. 'I tion of Sabbath School Teachers will be held
There must have been upwards of $2000 in thie tt the Vestry of the heieficent Congregational
house, amstd every thin upg went off to radiation. It Church THIS EVENING, 21st inst. at 7 o'clock.
house, indeed a most splendid off to admirir.Question for discssio-" What are the greatest
was indeed a most splendid affair. obstructions to the prosperity of our Schols."
Chopping the Climax.-Our good citizens were The friends of Sinday Schools are invitedto 1at-
absolutely theatre mad yesterday. The whole of tend. S S WARDWELL. Sec'ry. -mit
the box tickets for Mrs. Wood's benefit-it being MIONEY FOUND-On Friday, March 18th, be-
her last night--were solar at auction at 11 o'clock, tween tihe Tocwotten House and the Rail Road
bringing the enormous sum total of TWELVE IIUN- Depot. Te loser, by proving the aire and paylg
fin for this averlsementi Cana ge it fry applying toA
DRED AND FORTY TWO DO L.ARSpretuinim.-Which S MATHEWS, New York Providence and Bos-
being added to the price of the tickets themselves, ton Ra 1 Road Office, No 6:1 Broad st. Providence.
makes about 1700 dollars, or within a fraction of m2lt 31*
four dollars each, for Ihe first and second rows. tRANGES AND LEMONS--42 boxes Oranges
There were probably, from 3 to 400 purchasers,or andt Lemons, of an excellent qmuliy, and itn
those who would be purchasers, present, anid we prime order. Just received anpd for stile .by .
never saw such competition, or so much busieriesI mmi3 1 R YOUNG, 3 South Main Pt.


tran-,Acd., in ,u slhirt a iinne, the whole forty-two
boxes being knocked off in less than a quarter of'
an hour. There was, in fact, a perfect mania
prevailing, and it seemed as if no-one could come
within ilie reach rf the" auctioneer's voice -with-
out.being affected with the symptoms.. Two of
the smallest boxes in the lower row were irmme-
diately run up and knocked off at $85 edch, pre-
mium, drinking in all .$94 for nine tickets, of
nearly TEN DOLLAnRS and a half a piece. It is
the very error of the moon."
FrIti il. Post.
The Farewell Benefit of Mrs. Wood last eve-
ning was a brilliant affair. At. the end of the
Opera she was crowned with wreaths, and almost
smothered with rises. Among the most beau-
tiful of the former was ione presented by Mr. Os-
tinelli oflie Orchestra-another came from the
handsof.Mr. Sullivan, while flowers of every
description fell at her feet like flakes of snow,
Mr. Wood being called for, came forward, lead-
ing Mrs. W., and expressed his gratitude for
the private and public attention Mrs. W. and
hinmelf had received from the citizens of Boston,
and after.declaring his intention to return again
to America, took his leave,
Mr. Brrughi responded to the warmly express-
ed desire of the audience to see him, by introdu-
cing limrnelf' into their presence, making a very
feeling and appropriate speech, and bidding them
all a formal farewell. The ladies rose and waved
their kerchiefs, and then wiped their eyes with
Item-the gentlemen clapped their hands, sigh-
ed,"but never shed a tear."

LIVeSPOOL BstAnRKETS TO FEa 13.
Fel 5-Coton.-The in ui'ry from thie trade this
week has becin on a limited scale, and new Amert-
anr being freely ofubrcd, has declined itd per Ib : oth-
er descriptions may also be tquoted J i lower. Spec-
ulators Iave Itken 500 American, and 160 Surats;
and exporters t00 American, 160 Laguapra, 360 Su-
rat, and o0 R5-0 od
eb 2t-C ....- : have had a very good demand
for Cotton hiroughnut the week, particularly on
Afon.lay anrid Wcint-silsay, from tire tradr-, ind our
market ...... l' ,ii ,'. *.vcance of Id to fd per
Ilb oiln .\ 1 .l. ", .,I.., ii', aid steady prices for
other -... ; -... and Dernarara offered
hy auction to-day were sold at the full prices previ-
ously obtained by privlie. Speculators have taken
F.-". \.,.. ,' 1., and.150 Sturrat, arid exporters 600 A-
1-, M .rar, and 50 Madras.
The.? le m 1 thille Glr to this day, (12th) Incli-
aive, are as follows :-100 Sea Island, ord. to moid-
dlint, 17 a-20; fair to good fair, 23 a 25; eood to
fine, 27 :i 33; 17,700 Upland, ord to mid 9 a t ; fair
to.-ood fair, lI' a 10t ; good to fine, 10 a 101 ; 2210
Alabama and Mob:le, ord to.mid 9 a tq; fair to good
.fair. 0l a ilft: eeood t.o r.. I- 1i a it; 7910 New Or-
leans, ord to utrid 9 a I ; I "ai I.. good fair, lo0ft a t0ft ;
good ro fin, 11a 11tt.
Stocks American Other descriptions Total
12th Feb I:36, 71'700 .75.300 t47,000
12th Feb 1835, 129.000. 37,600 166,600

N-NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY OF
MUSIC-The regular meeting for REHEARSAL,
['to .. .,. :' i' admiitted') will be holden
a't l- .i .I i i;i. ... I iesdav ev ingl 22d inst, at
7 o'clock, JNO. H OR.1M SBEE, Jr, -
mli9 Rec Secretary.
DIED,
In this city, on Saturday morning, 19th instant
Frederick Clarke, son of Mr John J Stimson. agcd
5 years and 2 months.
The friends of the family are invited to attend his
f.,. ral this afternoon at 3o'clock, at his father's
"1 'r, i_'i,-r,.... tlioh4th of March. George Mer-
rel s,,the son of Lemuel Alexander, aged 3 years, i
months andi 19 days.
In Pomfret, bn the 14th inst. very suddenly, Mr
Benjamin Anthony, int ihe 66th year of his age.
In North Brookfield, Mass. Levina Frauces,
daughter of Mrs M D Brandt, aged 6 years.

MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

PORT OF PROVIDENCE.
ARRIVED S1JVCE OUR LAST,
Scir Maria, Small, Bristol.
Slouop Jane, Thompson, Pawcatuck.
Slioop Fianklin, Taunton.
Steam boat Boston, Townsend, New York.
Thre sloop George & Mary, Walden, in going down the
riveron Tuesday, run into tie ice off Field's Point,which
caused, her to leak so badly, that she wasrun ashore on
Gespee Point, to keep from sinking. Thle leak was par-
tially stopped, and she arrived at Newportsame even-ing
At New Bedford, 18th,ship London Packet Jenny. In-
dian Ocean, S200 bbis oil, b-irk Roscoe, do, via Newport.
At Nantucket, 16th, schr Factor, Folger, Hlavania.
At Portland, 17th, brigs John & Edward, and Cordella,
Maanzas.t,: --
At Boston, 19th. brigs Caroline, Pratt, N Orl; Mary
Kimball, do. CId, ships Alciope, Stone, Havana; Chat-
ham Gorham, N Orl; bark Jane, Foater, Surinam; brigs
Aplhorp, Gay. Canton; Roderic Dliu, Havana; Aurora,
":t Jago. lotd 18th, brigs Brta, Barnard, Padane; Susan,
Carney, lHonduras; Paris, symonns, Mobile; Jasper, N
Orl; Holly, Apalachicola; schis Atalanta, St Croix; Pilot,
Pt Petre.
At New York, 18th, ship Virginia, Harris, Liverpool;
brigs Brutus, Murch, Palermo; Isaac Classon5 Rochelle.
Cld. brigs Lewis,'Bissel, S America; Yankee Crosby, P
Rico; Eliza, St Croix, Alexander, Demarara; Victress,
Mobile.
Arr 19th, ships Julian. Baker, Palermo; Toronfo, Lon-
don; Gov Throup, Liv'l; Br bark Jane. do; brigs Alhalla,
Tilden. Malaga; Gambia, do; sloop Hero, hence CId,
ships President, London; ; Colon, Havana; Celia,Savan-
nah; bark Prudent, Morarty, Havana.
At Charleston, 10th, brigs Chapman, Thompson, Ha-
vanna; Cathariie. Joye, do.
Cld at Savannah, 1lih, brig Splendid, McKenzie. this
port-
At Mobile,4ti ship St John, N York; barks Bradshaw,
tIlv'l; Colchiester, (lo: Noble, Boston; brig Tremont. Mai.
tanzas. gld, ships Calawba, N York; Russell Baldwin,
do; brigs Opelousas, do; Denimaik, do
Old 5th, blig Antelope, this port; schr Anawan, Paine,
do, Philenia, N York ..
At N Orlean, 3d, ship Kentucky,N York; hark North-
umberland, Liv'Il; tirig lioque, Boston. tLid, iSmyrna,
Buslon.
CIld 4th & Sth, ships Princess Victoria, Liv'l; Clarissa
Andrews, do; Asia, White, do: H11 Allen, Boston; bark
E M miller, do; brig Remittance, Bristol.













SELF DEFENCE. CONCERT."
AN Exhibition' ofSelfDefenoe wil take pacs at ce1 ,r1n airir reques, tilt. First Universtlist Sing
the Franklin House, THIS EVENING, atst -in', C"hoir.v il epeat iheirCGoncert onnve.dlles
inst, by M r A. DAVIS. -H e will[ e assisted bv M r n .A.i..r. I l, at ll UIt :iwrfa h
J A M E S P H E L A N ,- th C o n qu e ro r o f ele v en ri ," n e x t |: 3i, ': III r t' le
F ig hts. M r PHR .A :in tends g iving L-ss h in till-,ti 'l" C I.T' Vocatl c, iduc tur.----r I ENBEC
pl ac e ef o r a fe w w e e k s H i s Rl o ot n i s a t t i e i 'r a l I ." ,1 8"n-E E a t t. O .. .
-Ouse. 'M21 will preusid at tile Org"".
House ""'PART 1.
t. lIHOUSE TO LET. Organ Vo'tntary.- Praycr-.
The East end of the Smith House, on ,i Anthem--musi by 1 S Oartce.
Westminsterstreet, consisting of the 2d and 2 Song I I
3d stories, directly over the Furniture store. 3 Make a Joyful noise
Said tenement is suitable for a boarding house, or 4 Duvtt 0 Sbaw.
two orwtle fa nilcs-lo a good tenant or tenants, 5 BeJoyful in God L -Mason.
the above w.ll ie rented lo)w. 6 Song-The Bird of Paradise H S Cartee.
M,21 f I A A HOWARD, No a[ High st. 7 The Last Beam is shining
"rlTOTICE--Losi from the Cut-, coming from Bos- 8 He who on earth C Zeuner.
.T ton on the lSth instant, to this city, one Bag, PART 2d.
whhih was a Coffee Bag, containing a pair of Sad- I Voluntary
die Ba, and some other articles. Whoever has 2 Lift up your Heads.
found ithe same, and will leave the bag and contents 3 Song
at, tcJournal Counting Room, shall be generously 4 Sanetus and Hosanna
rewarded for their trouble, m21, 5 Saicred Round, 4 voices
r trouble. l
HOUS .A7D LOT FOR SALE,. How beautiful updn the mountains-H S Carte
The subscriber offers for sale his House 8 Song
iff and Lot situated upon Friendship street near 9 Wake Isles of the South L'Mason.
Field's Fountamn-the House is nearly new, 25 feet 10 Grand Chorus- But who shall see the aloriou
by 37 feet, with an out Kitchen, convenient for two day b.
families, well finished, has good vard room-theLot Doors open alt half past six-Sin-mg to con
is 40 feet by 95 feet, with an excellent Well of water, menceat la f past seven o'clock- Tickets 25 el
It will be sold upon reasonable terms. For particu- to he had at Messrs B Cranston& Co's Bookstore
lars, inquire st No 77 Weybosset street. S T Thibn hr's Mtsic swore, J B rhurber's grocer
m11 MTIStf JONAS R GALE. storeand S W Wheeler's. Brond street. n 2l
TENEMENT TO LET. At a Court of Probale holden in and tibr the tow
The Chambers in house No 34 CheEnut st. ot Warwick, on tlhe 14th dav of Mlarch, A D 1836
J Apply at No 28 Market square. m21 A NInst'utnent purporting to be the last Will ui
W-ANTED--A-og man" as a clerk in i Dry 'X3- Testament of RHODrs BIUDLONG, late of Wa
V Goods Store-one w h is acquainted with the wick, deceased was presented to tCeoCotrt for prco
business and would be w ling to devote the whole baes. Whereupon the Court decreed that the con
of his tim e to ti-e interest. of his e employer. Apply at sideratio u thereo~f be rferd the se co dM( nda
tle Journ lCoun ntinugRoom. m21 of April next. at 2 o'clock, P M. and that noii(
t n.here,irfbesivcnaccording to law. Notice is there
TO BE SOLD. fore hereby given to all persons interested therein.
,4t l A small Farm situated in tile south west Witness, GEO A BRAYTON. P C.k. m2l


At a Court of'Probale, holden in and for 11 tow
of Warwick, on tie 14,l) d-iy of March, A D 1836
APPLICATION is made to this Court thatan ad
ministrator mnay be appointed on the estate o
JOB LADD, late of Warwick, deceased. Whereupo
the Court decreed Lhat the consideration thereof b
referred to the second Monday of April next, atl
o'clock, P M. and(ialtat notice thereof be given a(
co rdin g to la w N o tic e : li,.l o. it ,, ,, l.v gg iv en t
all persons "',.:.,l ,..i ,, ," _
m 2 1 -" ;I --1:.C. i k T -i' t P C" 1 l -.
At a Court of Probate, holden in and for the tow
of Warwick, on the 14th dtiy of'March, A D 1I36
OLIVER C ARNOLD. guardian of the per-ain
and estates of Anna A6rnold.Alfred Arnold,Eliz
Arnold, Augustus Arnold Raymund P Arnold, Gi
bert D Arnold, Almira Arnold, and Lvdia Arnold
minors. presented to tb:s Court for allowance hi
account ofsuardi..nship. Whereupun the Court d&
creed that the .consideraftion thereof he referred t
the second Monday of April next, at 2 o'clock, P M.
and that notice thereof be given according to law
,,Notice ts terefore hereby given to all persons inter
cs'ed (bvrein. Witness,
nr21 "M0 A-BRAYTON, P Clk.
At a Court of Probate, holden in and for the tow
of Warwick, on the 14lh day of March. A D 1816
DECREED by tile Court thai notice he given at:
cording to law. that said Court will proceed t
the appointment of a-guardian or guardians of th
-r--ni and -,ftes of Anna Arnold,:Alfred Arndh
l,., k \rn.d.hl.l.\,,ustus Arnold, Raymond P Arnold
Glbert D Arnold,Alnira Arnold, atn' Lydia Arnolh
minors, children of George S Arnold, late of War
wNikdeeeased, on the second Mondayof April nex
at 2 o'clock. P M. Notice is therefore hereby give
to all persons interested therein. Witness,
m21 GEO A BRAYTON, P Cik,
CO_1MISSSON`E's NOTICr'-he" subaieribr
having liben appointed Commissioners on ll
estate of VWILLIAM H 'ALL, late of Warwick,decerased
hereby give notice to the creditors ofssaid estatoolhat
six months from the l4th day of March instant, ar
allowed them to bring in and prove their respective
claims, and that we will meet them for that pur
pose on the second Saturday of September nexl, a
2 o'clock, P M. at the store of the said John Tifnl
ny, at Crompton Mills.
EDMUND BURKE,
JOHN TIFFANY,
JOHN SPENCER, Jr.
m21 Commiss:oners
DOUBLOONS--Dopbloons wattled by P CAS-E
D m-21 2t Exchange Brokrr, 23 Franklin House
-RICH NEW GOODS-,lust received per srean-
boat, a large assortment of fresh imported Dr
Goods, among which are 6many scarce and desire
ble articles, allwhich will be sol d at the lowest pr
ces, at 12 Arcade. A M WARNER m21
STEEL PENS-A gu,,d assortment of Udlott'
;t and Windle's, which are superior to any othei
kinds now used. This day received by
JOHN EDWIN BROWN.
m21 (Successor to Marshall, Brown & Co.)
PARA-LLEL .RULERS-An art cle on a new an
improved plan--th:s day received by
JOHN EDWIN BROWN,
m21 late Marshall, Brown & Co.
'AMS AND SMOKED BEEF-2 hbds Hams
HL_2 do Smoked Beef; in fine order--just rec ive
and for satle by TAFT& BROWN, m2l


CARPETING, RUGS AND BOOKING--C B
I ARNOLD & CO. will open this mnorninz, thei
spring supply.of Carpeting, Rugs and Bockings
consisting ofa large assortment, of new style, an
very rich patterns. For sale at 46 Westminster s

NEW GOODS--E A COOK, 22 Arcade, wi
N open this day a-large and complete assortment
of Spring goods, received per steamer Lexington
from New York, for sale wholesale and retail a
the lowest possible prices. n21
BUTTER-AND SOD-ACRACKERS-Fresh so
*J da and butter Crackers, inst received and lo
sale by TRUESDELL& RHODES,
3 mo 21 2w 32 Market street..
.QUGAR, COFFEE. &c--30 boxes 1st quality H B
I Sugar; 1 hid St Croix do; 100 bags Green Cof-
fee; 50 chests Sourhong Tea, just received and fo
sale by TitUESDELL & RHODES,
3 mo21[ 3p 32 Market st.
CQTTON-26 bales choice-New Orleans Colion
just received and forsale hV
TRUEtDELL (f- RHODES,
3 mo 20 3t 33 Market st,
BUTTER-100 tubs isl quality, received for sal
by TRUESDELL "(" RHODES
3 moQI21 3w 32 Market st.
LONDON PORTER--E R YOUNG, has jius
..received a fresh supply of double Brown St'utl
in quarts and pints, m2t
I" OST-A light Cane with a buckhorn handle
Losomewhere between Dr Balch's store and Pow
er st. The finder will be suitably rewarded-by leave
ing it at this office, m2t
ANTI SLAVERY READING ROOM--The R
lIsland State Anti Slavpry Snixity have in con
nection wilh their office, No 78 Arcade, 3d story, a
Reading Room. to be supplied with the most pronl-
inent Anti Slavery periodicals, from various pats o
the Union, where all persons wishing to obtain in-
fornmation can have access, fren of expense. through
the day and evening, WM DROWN, Agt. m'21
f0 tlids new crop Cuba Molasses. 2 do MIISCo-
*- vado do. 12 boxes new crop H B Sugar, land-
ing and for sale bv SETH PADErFOR1). mI21
1 0f) bbis of Canal Flour, of approved brands
JV landing and for sale lhv
m21 SETI- PADELFORD.
-<, ALERATUS-21 casks received, tor safeIv
^ m21 GEO W TAYLOR. -.CO.
-OrToN-30 bales Mobile Cotton. of choice
qu 11hty, received per bri! Triton. For sale by
m21 J 4-P RHODES, Union Buildings.
POTATOES-00 bblis, for sale by tihe suliscriber
at No 26 Market square.
m21 t C' ARLES POTTER. 2d.
COTTON--a0 bales prime Florida and Upland
Cotton, for sale by AMOS D S 1IITH.I
CHEESE--s000 Iis Cheese, just received for sale,
of very superior quality, by
mat S GLADDING, 12 South Water st
OIL SOAP-1600 Ibs Oil Soap. for sale by
n121 S GLADDING, 1"2 S Water st.
"IBEEF-20"bhs Mess Beef; 7'0 bbls and 8 ohall
bbis No I Bcel, ;eceivrd and for sale by
m21 GEO.W TAYLOR & CO.
CONRAD C ELLERY has just received and wilN
u. open ihis day, a new and splendid assortment
of spring Guods,consisting of every variety of Silks,
Satins and Prints, of the latest importations.logeth-
er with every article Hhat can tend to render an as-
sort ment of Dry Goods complete. To which hein-
vwes the attention of his cusiomners and the public in
gpnceri I. m21
BLACK. AN ) COLORED StLK', of the most
Approved fabrics, including a very superior qual-
;ty of Poh (de Soie, Matueoni, Gros de Rhine, and
Grus de Swiss, of ahnost every desirable color. La-
dies in pursuit of Silks will do well to call and ex-
amine before purchasing elsewhere, at CORY'S, 16
Arcade. m21
S.'HEESE-Jnst received and lo, sale, 600 pounds
.first rale new milch Cheese. Also, Buller, Lard,
Coffee, Muscovado MflasseseCuba Molasses, Brown
Sugar, Y H Tea, Powshong do ; Hyson do ; Gun-
powder do ; of the first quahliy.
m21 ABEL POSTER, 38 S. Main st.
YOUNG-HYSON TEA-5o chests ofpr me qual-
ity, Ale.ander's cargo,, fr sale by
m2( GEO W 'TAYLOR & CO. -


FOR -SA LE. -,O It o -A- T SSAL ES- A T A U CTI ON "V (lV 't Ot,., 1t &-t -'
A sm and ol ...."'I ;" '' ber" ,,r' ,.g I .sail" lh deepall'--" -o T C O. .,' 8 DAY ; 2areh st at 12 Oc'lock on the pre
;: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ & orrih -orr^ .S ';^; -^^E 'Ij^^ o^ the-^ ^o K^ V tnAtl AsmnlCsMli.C
s t o;" cic :r w f m i ie % A a B r k e Hn alli ) il f l eC a t i o n M illi, o c ri i(I b y f ll P bnr Lr a.n s tol C t i n 1 i l i t C an e aro n a
i thessa ,- It w\IH be sold irazetbe', -r one hafll'e- b u t dot to G'_ EO'_ S RATH;1.... 'NE" "" 15- t,r called tite Hor,.net'k I.al)m, Un 'IUI',.'DAV. heFigskeville Isetory, so eatlle andtl 'r
at ^ lt'-uot olbtifirst f A'o ri e I e ^-'FO MOSILE. Mac : i t i h^I-a'k,!' ;^ = "-- lu.^h',^ ,fow en th!K'ne i,^'erofJoh 1
:X House ,ill lielh:t a0 tI d [aker 'r o .r ,nr ----or. The tlni;!i fas' snil n'- brig TRITON, All IhI, ,Sitrk (.11said tno ..-. ...... ,,s,=.I..,,. [ .. .. ,ei fu's t'ttoiy, 1.i telow dtin..fl .- I .r fireo "Slin
years. For terms appIlvloSAV-LES w B nOW "Itlie i S ,piMeiill ,ill haveimii n-d le dt-srich two yokoht e I O.yv onle-pair oe-an l ..... .. .1.-1 ,,: factory is 360'fi -t squa", (,- .j -. -" 1-,1. with.par-
corn-tofrith and ln s reels, or tofileIb- f|orrMobil,,. For firepiuln or pasq a.e, hvinig i lnten .Cow~ irs, .w, t -.o vear ..I, 1 ,1 .... l...,,,i ..... rl r ns, ,1n ering mid -a e .. W le The
scriburs. BOW E. to.f SMI.ITH. o I not nimioi lnlion-, apply to llie m aster oi board Sht ep and live 8 ch.alt,., ,.,,.,.. ... building i? nearly Hi," ahd btilt ih le brst manne
]n3 No 87 auih .\nain.irteel ;t ihe steam bool Prov.tlence's wharf, or to 1 l4 (Us* l W of good tal, riali, his It permanent dna and from
O- SALEO.-R -Auartrpar, 6flhe Gra- fnlSIS PEARCE & BULLOCK, sl S Water st. STEAM14BOAT AT AUCTION. 16 In 18 lt-el had and fill, wilhpowrr to Operate
i tfc n oN h1 s" e ^ c e f o stret FOR MOBILE.- -- On THURSDAY, April l4il,- Mt IIo'(11 C-ok.AA fro n five to se,' hundted spidI(`E, together wirh
a i tedi n, o Solitairer A ot Nori Bnnest'r > The brig SUSAN &;sARAH. Capt Rem- wiil be sold at auction on Sayer's WVhrf, in New- wo acres oft hla.d, lying wiltih tno hundred and
Hi l aud Market square. A Loton Benn-lta sp ti::g,,on. willhave immediate despatch, hay- port, fifly leet of tile road running t[, toiltn t f ls.hville fi1-
D.BUS B S Ap M ug 3-4of her cargo readyvtog,o>on board. t The Steant Bo-at RUSH- lags. Sales positive. Conditions liberal and made
n 1 t o n r o o t M i r( .'l a s F tnfrolreg ht or Pu s sage apply o nl bo ard or to ) i" I G T ,a ou t 0 Ions b in:- kn ow vn at time d of sa le.
n1 dt Coner f SlthMainandG,.l11-12s..1l-2 &iP P RODES Unou Unhino s Buheld"bintsf.heLhst e- RY Cil)AND(JAR, "I:VG
SOAPt AND-^ c CANDLE.U ^i~igs 111NFCOYt. ll best Ina DRYGOOSAN CARPTLNGS,17
SOAP .AND CANDLE- ,RCANUFA :RLESTON, S. C. Sterinls, copperld and copper On TUESDAY next, March 22d, at 9 O'lock, al
I Thestbscrbei offersfor sale, hisSoapandr'phe bril,,'MARY, Rogers. plaster, will fastened, was built ill 1827, and lenglhened with a ofrne No 37 Market street,
"All, Candle subscriber ft erstory s alnfe, ad have inmnediate despatch. For freight or false bow in 1830 --she.was put in complete repair A'general-assortment of Clotbs, Cadsirmtres n Odi
Candle Manufactory, sil t ed in P.i.eSiree, ,0 dpatssagF apply on hbnrd nt Fox Point wharf n"ll s. ,;f,,,f lI?r.- -,- Ih rnl\' rol about 2 or 3 Snttns, together wilh 100 piet-e of super fineIrist
Providence. 71,.: I.,,, j,J scarc i-.,11, n ew K 'lm, :ta.etle or t ap" lyCon b lOWit-m 5 ing lfe l i-,,,l :t..Ji ,_,,,..-.Yo';lesfu En ih h an nn sp ri eB use ,tg hr
Pronid ence. e-.e rs: ,-l.Ji'u ,, vr r an d w fittled weeks *..... -,2.. l ..ri. has a first rate Linensand about 30pieces oft'Carpefilgs, including
and otlher oi.--r u .-1.*.rrapl-irt *.rJcr, and is filled or to cc MOWRYr M15.' week.s*':' Y r ;hs ou ngih ngnn n spefneBuseltigll-
fordoing anc exlen.ve business-said 1" be as con- ... -FOR.IBA .LTIMORE-Dempatch line. round l..,l.: ,, l. 1 ,I, L, .,, .i-,J butfioersensons, with a few Diapers, ic &c,
ee venient a faciory as any in thq United States. The The seihir EL7IZA 11A D. Capt Har- and will require little or no reparrs.=-The Boat is 102'-
stock now on land will be sold, al cost 10 any one len, will sail as above and take goods at feetin length, I8 t-et 8 inches i reliadl is 6 Or.et 6 S T"OCKS. ,
w ho may purchase said facuirv. 4 cents per tuot. Apply ol board or to inchn-s dep~ll firward,qU 'r:(t thick 8 fect ll incbr O, On TUEg_.SDAY i Ilarch 212d, at 12 u clock, t
us Also. offers for sac lu~s dwelli, g I-Iou~e and ~I,,l. SETH ADAMS. Jr. or which runs well forward--she has 18 h-rllis in th, ofai -e-
ne.r'yVadjoining the above. The Lolttn.e? s w)e 9 WHIIJARD JOSLIN. aentlerrn's cabin 6; do in the ladies ctebin ; and 33 Si-ares Cltp*Iat Ilocli tifthe Exchanve Brnk
1- feet 6 inches oi 1 mne sireet, runnin- ni ic .129 tcI.. N'IS A firsl rite.vpess,d will fil ,w twide Eliza I-Ttan l. nrwa crd cabin mil-ht t eot filled to contain 1-2 b,-r'ls. 100 dea do od" do ati'ksfutle > ala limiti
'.1 fee HouWss t neasurcs 27 feet frinl,. e as f rolo tmo Sa d "its Cp inof it r 1:a r to nis. w5 l "1 .a o P .satively thl, first vessel, Or runn.U---She w.ll be sold if bargain.- For fur- 26 do do do Ea le r',
ry wash^ ^ roo ^ S^nd^ ^^^ pum in the" i.a-brrT5h t
A s o nL o t n o r d t e ai s t o f I fi e bo u s e 5 7 l e t -t ( i [l Pi f e -~ b T h e s eh r ] I 4A R 1 1 E H R ~ h o d e s m u s t e r t h e r p ao r t i c u l a r s e n q u i r e lo f .6-d o d ot(n0dA ~d o A i. %1 "d o
v o $ t. t C v e'ng I ; e k o l 4 I'It 5 1 l 1 a t o l e w h a t fr e i ht n tl p a y o f lb ir nt 4 c t s S T F IT I -E N T IN O R T t -I .\ 7 2 -2 d o (t o t: ) Ci t y .d o )
Alc Itr A Loit cot a kwi nhgn4aacre 'seaid n: .v3r ds 65nnder "crib c f oour and s aii sa bovne. A pply to N ewport, M arch 12. n1-1 12 t no do do M manufacturers do
1. toi^ ^ ^ n^ ^ b ^ n (to^ do^t~ 1 ^ do! U! ^ n ,.n do
^ c ^ ry il e od n c o ffera Wil be^ O so!K. for pub^ic uc io on II 'Pt :s" p1-1 5 (it) do fit) ^ 1'i x .. cit
S Inig hS ater o f, ut c ivaor s.pnar t x S n h i f o ( r G D A V ID B A R T O N W dl b es tf lt lst ab iea i o n he n l 12 d o dr do l a wt n vrt d t
iid |.,ur e s ,na v w en h G rchnwiet f oud a"1 a l..w rNos 6 and 9 lestWa t o er st the ninth day of lA ril next, fi 2x o P cri..r : -: P Share ihl a wha leship Hrtn Jwie k
Paw tuxet road .. oO It N N W YOr i3rtO n3 l _o Irril hat F ar l o r i- tract t id .and, I ....... -,
O LE .he,. Capt aai u ne~la a,-nschr BO TON PAMo ^ ^'*-OAB 'Y~ N r0"....,,..lddrest, iae,, ,,, It^s hdmn itlr u O n th, \1"al \'f JMcnph Mat..n,:
T h e a b nv e p r t )p e r t n w i l l rb e tso hl 2 o n a f rom n t b ya .. . I 1 S 11 I oMaT OsLae fh e t l .s ..c t 's ..
n ti n y t e r i s tn g ei l her .r o r s p p i r a t e s i I li t p r o "1 or Pn cr" iE t c s f r B OSe T P A C K w i t k h a h..- l a o t h e n, ., I l k i ,n t o n i ep w e nt 8f i e h1 l u el I i e
:y 1,urchasersfuly wish. GRahlE HILL N E 7 ess M we ll fUiPndand wl ill wbeh. ,olI GaOItEt Hu ..r. auction, ". n .. 1t Cing QF va". ol.. .


Co re v ,. -el- ot >ro% fl;rri ni fl wr ar p ri ndr Saul for the abover ui.xt, a on- o'c. oc- ha ll iestjallpr o n f i y yile o!tW1 lp A ,i> oc, [) une oid v t rall mi ses~,t o I an v r t iic of list
" Proi, ,_ rI 2d, $1C6. 3 find i' v.pr a aIlrariLe n scon sst e n Hgo noab le sixtyacres ofla nrd, % n%,filltdeor -viiun-,a De, d, f m de1,Y J ;dth.s
c"port tnn fon(Itv next. F rI;') information apply to (lie bttiltlings tbr'een. Conditions nmade knlowtn at .Martin, oni el the f ll l iclt. -sl35i, to he subycriber,
-- TO LET. thd, Cv ,ain on'hoarl t Tfalotran's whaf; oorf tito IAle. Grn O C A all e P rusl ee ad i dini- stroato r hu ndrdti tstai uf Joseph Martin,
re No64 Canal street, '20 feet front by itt "DANI ET, HIOWLAN f, 31 S St.. Iersa ie. G Oo BR. A O Tra st ee.
7MWarwick, March't5th, Ism Inl9to s decsed,. ,


In ad ruio eCorofC m o Pca.11n. FOR SALE, FREIGW OR LotTR. ceidhda l. ieilisffii adt h ul rvn and on the we. t Braslow, and ww.triy oat
'n 'll)in iti e rear, with a Ct Ilar t|, esar nes.zea o,- F.Ir '1T Ee C LtN. oR, 1 HA Ri LER, ;,,-aDm 1 S.a- r, HF wil:- A ... inorv idand of l.i fn .1 Steed n
16. copied by Seth Howard. Alert. a [Stable in thesrear I'lT, fast s -111m copper, fastened brutn',t NS R T RS A E tPrvdntMd rchnr
d- recently oc aupied as a Livery Stable. Apply m .1. ,OPIiA 111. well f oun d and iu eomuplete W ill be sold at p ablica .tio n, on ilhe pre- and eighty le", ]i.deti'hit being ftle v carn lot.elaxt
of l q U90 lsf J B ID O1RIAN CE. A & ,)rder fir si-a. lfnoi Sodh w ithin Ia few d avs, Jo ~ ise l IMO N D A Y, (he 4111 lay of A prt it "soft 11ffl e of f e welIi n., house ,ur 'so-id J anot -, M rtini.
in N w O T IC E. .- wI Ibe for fr,,ia[Ii o r chart,'r. Applayto he noma st r next at one o'clock in ithe afternoonn, I'v v n-lue e l so ton c luidiv ahd loihalf'tof a lotto "L and oilthe
be ist EREASw the Boscle ton and Providence B.:;I o nlhoard at E, Cliar r au' st.ts wharl or to authority frdin the H honorable (i T e Co urt "rin Prsba te north side of' o nPa(wh xet Imre t, fi ftr rest in sft trth,
a P o i n lt iv .C omlo tno f l a n d o f t f il e w nwo fvC r a nse n d fi l e t e r ig h t, t f i ll(-e a n d in n l f e .t h u n d re d a n d I t li y n l hi tri rol a a e h d l-
c- b o ad sudeT rans o t the at i o n sCom pan y, a d'e -F O R SA G E FLR, 1nd T O RoterA s t. rest w which -Henry G D avis, late tl C ransto .d e dr d in n twfo o y e e e t'in d, Ib lound:w-M Xst -
to C o u n t . ,roi .a.br,. t er l th a f or a d .Ic e a s e d h a d l l ha t l in e o f his d e a -l h in a n d AtoAti e foi l- e rlM o n la n d fo N ai h .n n iel -B r a sid ue a n d w et .,It rly oI L
lnd beonging lu B row & lve nIil 11 I, \o r o b.rig SO.O.,of '11 5.Lsot u"d- thl hM u ,' ;,, al d Real Eslte, t7 wAN i:- A A one storv land ,y i" hlt and at l St ero
P if 1- .. 1;....1. and not p easantly situated in, The vilbla"6e H l Aso& threa 1,oii 11 I.,r-" -t ( o en a t.n "



h n ave 't dak sien au d u flec k 3. i,,,i, o .. T R A E R c P v d e sn a iG od Db st,, w l C a t T w s d w l e v f t ^ i e g t e l ot v idext w o o f f'ti
a ,1 ful c oss treete c mi i in i. I nd. o_- in I.fe fv, ry, 170 topal 0 tonscoa -ik ed l l.,p.? rvdn ea i e okeryT ed y lus fH i m nk.. r n iim i
l ha v e a ten id h r e a lsh- w ith l s i ,id ,i" i ,o al,, a d ,&c ., to l l i (o1 n o l a w e r e v tl l e in t h e t o w in o f W a r w i c k.iT e r n ts ma d e a n o t h e r s n t af l l z o w o .I d r ec t l yind r e a r o f Ch e l a s s
aoinig .sa id crs t r 80 fJel, l e "he ; ess- knownauit thea tu4 tanti place fsafe. m entioned lot. M..
6. tiste rl ls ituated ,ei n sonutlhe, It .....g in2 theDo.ra cos1dock at, T tina &DA F G A dni nA also, on the s-n eday, immediately Pfter the
.lyp rt fro ni. o t.. ei ii.i...i .lho.1 -'l .- J-. L .......C a Warwick, March s[, 6 nt T.tWarsice farhhlst 18 36 m 1 7 ( th a ove, will l e T o Ui t t ie sN by
Ea Poimn Vlz -.s- A lot of land and til e whll rves and .. OF S, vir3 Lo ts o wera,-z itn i edannth lretnrt iaih, drl
d ducks theirow ilh connected, bounded cas12 rly nfoo )l y FO R SA L E O. virtu o.the p ower N eck In in,] m niila oe d
d, Sek u r c esrto te e "stey hilen. aIm Tac i .ci v T h S'i'ATK tL E a la s s "o si usday, H RAIL ROAD LINE. 3 a)f the S a ndale,ry the swa illd .n.-. arti n ltoF ji,-
riv r fine d g P ro id en ce h rbr ,rweste"rly byg ock11 and'per m In entory, M usta arrvrcd' troopIwhngC oast,2ARd.. A N G E M E N-T F O R I 'A C at, Aihs o ennast ra'or ofthb es s eplale o f J se ,'h M artin,i




e.* A &cly If' rih ,n ls wlisad I da sr d n |f5n i 5) P o i e c,1 \ ILc-Y 4 P M a nd oil flae, [ s Sidein c ofe Pat% h re ndl
a rifm b elon g In e eto ero w & .s I ve s a id it oul"e n tis o ,, A fric a. S h I r( is n g s te re d 1-20 n nu rbilld" a H L 6 7, aN D r doU D .ar h 1 w ufli r l h e s" a W i dl ol Pb wt x ( i s tre e t,
To Iiliwa t re er, at an ir onpo s t s at in theroundi re thence carries a large cargo. Tile brig is cop .el fastened ,ouI The Steamboats II OVIDE: ., sarty eighla nd al fleetwi % aide in the racr,
. turn in g a nd running S 7 1ij "E I,. '._- ,- i. ,jri ,' and t., ,perv 'd i If Sapt C hild, and Steam nboat HO S arting eic h t as an al f e Lid e iu the r st
r ,( aid India s tree t 'a outi u 60t -. if tle g g w Tic.O k S A L E -R eo1ved fro m A frica, on. olD i -rsTi a 3s w a be air d sound ar o l t1e A h l e w e s line nor a t hmenty
. a 4 ,1 foot e l'oss st o,.the ce turn ing an d rtlni lln .ofK*e ]v ,,r y, G nn ICopl. Coc na, Pict kled P ,'ppers, Providence and N ew Y ork every T uesday, T7 cu r fo "ofee Apr ee t, fn te pre mis esta l o f Ah
Souther lyad at right ale with t to 21- dr wigdwellin g Mhou.s p ,o f im anHarer.. Conditionslnit
r- :sa er.. ,:al l rdi .il ,n. .lsw hsaid fndia street., al &c. Apr t If I oth subscribe -r, onfold Long 0Wharf. fpplyl-, and Saturday. a le. o a F IA
joinin g suid cross s tr ee.t So .feet, thencef ga ndr u n- 14 -20 v 2N O N 1 A R. r. W .- PRROV ID EN CE. a le.. R F TIL LINr. S T,
re n n in g e asiter lyi I i 11 .i ;i,, ,, .i I n dia str. et an td P rovid en ce, 12 Xll. I Npe o Y or k 4 P .b17. f 5 W I r, .
0, feeltoe ,iro ini l, ...o1 ,........ ,- 1,ckljs- J. L. CLAin K9S T -)Isaltreo cll1,5,[o Thursday, March 17 1.Rl lAl,E ST3,A"lltTE ATAt CT1 O07.,,:.
end m fnl i. d crsgw ey, the -lde l l a ... LIST O F LOTTERIES, ex. 1o 1 FO R 2L1 31 Lotstfle good Land, ,ivaic ed on M i e D rA ,trilpart
e-gangway, the Diggc~tt [,)I. anlotht 1r 1'2 fit.im gotvgay, 1110 BE DA .V SO0,V. "Thursda'y, 24 1 ,,, 269 of Pawn xetLong lNe k. lst ) e td]said Lots con-
to' until it comes to th~e easterly sideofsaitllast ntcni- lfIRGnalY A STATIne o 1i 'LOT v.T I oRT lss Zo 6 Tuesday, 29[ Ih,,1 1 i....31 an int [edge of first 'ate wall stun,,. Suid I*is join
'e t i nn e d g a n g w tl l e n e t u r n i n g td r u n ni n g n r T b d eaw n M a r t t 1 9-- d r a w i n g rsc'iv e d *,'4 l d. "3 B O T O 't 's l o r e a t t h e b e s t p la v e i l)r 1r e t in g, a h a r f i
(11 therey, at righ t It ics witt said India street, aend i r$l25,00(I T Ic 350 Providence, 12ea1v1ig P re t Yor,- k / 4P. ITu sa (Vid large, psone beigc elose to the Shore, and tilt
ad hen in Ihe easierlv da 1 ." ER C 1 2 Thursday, March 17 Saluracla Marchd F9 wall for bv i.uA ,er-flA sell about-, oj aeres good
r- n an l f et,002i0 ,i t co es uisid n a r Taesd ay M W a nd T rs da, 24 lan d, sit nu te d o nthe Southed nd o :'said n ick, adr o n-
-thece turn in, nru unilug S 71lsp.E.O ajoiningsal0 0 i t) $ 20. 0 Sat Mrday 26 a T 'Ir tuesday, `29 ing which there is ti,ateL v,'d, isurfieriit to ent
tIndia 6t. f0i'et, uuntil itt omei; to thde galng~way.ad- Tickets 10 dollars, shares in propot~rion. T1,inrsday 31I about two tons thatch. The above Sale will be. onrItlet
n, b l onaginbeo tl o Alrc d n.vlence I-AR 'LAND S'47"ELO ,0TT ER Class 6 Th[ rolidenea n Boson a v be ent fApr1 l cxt, on the premises, aI i0o'clock, A
turningg and running southerly at right 2angls Nwiih To Lie drawn Martcl'i 21-drawing received 1ht. plete order fur the sea aon. For furtherom n -atwon ild- fo a poliie.n, C on d li e wak it.
sa:d Ind lo a ..J ;,,I .- fol ....... wrl ide o dSaidelast 1 prize of 1$20,000 1lof"300 apply to S B rUMEORD, 7 Wb l st, t ne and pllilacS e o,, e. n
I's uto ,olied 9.l1-, 1. mea r ,. ft. 1 ,,t n'ntngandrule- 20 2,(3000 1 23 200 tnilo n or Wi UMPHRY, a mRo dDepot, it14, 11 JTH H ,CDES Pawrnxet.
lie nini, A ~ls, 1otler- l l a.d- b ; po ea l d i b a g wSoleag e D rhe ---.- i. ,l3 .-_sp-e...-.l.n, ag ge:e






ae. ingn oesai ~ mterg Ir ,1. .... lo .... J I,,.,. lot. a nd 80 'e 3,4000 1 20(1 0 risk ofC the on ersh dip retolor "xs m hcn i HI AP l uxl t. A ,lr' 1-,, .0 ""^r cr^,.p
d ehrb i nou d e a d j oi nin g i h sa e r ty e nd s ltt tir e a n d s t hr '[ko l s 5 s h a re s in p ro p o rtio n sris o. ...e-nde r th eli r i.of.tleN A RLE O A T G I ,,nm,11 ,sl C. al Mntioned gan'l ay I ti e a forsiuaid Aldrich and t01- ", iickEt s aSo, n s AT LOT 'I L Oe nho 12l O 1,AL ipI.R w o .rl Co uir rt pfbliect lc oni dn c M Dicr, thll1! t








d do inn 110 l lel s frsi ot; b 1udin besoigi Ti E LA d isc u' a llR e d S TAT thos 'e R wh pu iex. tho Mac 1st, 183C. Rl II IV ER willY so fld at pu bli ac s le, on (inA W NRDAY, M rhe 26th
oe n aeylo n l ..... rfoul st[,.i. ., on w ch CHAR ESreoeved ,. Thes 1 ior i- KLB R GTinst at 1 2 o'tleock, o N. ton fei i,.
r ae fe lt ot t 'lit c h' ne l ,o f s a id S e e k on k ,riv e r, a b o u I ln i. h s t p r iz e ,$ 1,c 0. P T ie k e a las a d o v h P- H I.P,-T h e s i B o r d e nr s h a v e1 Ta.e .i p .I H o iu s e ,i r.... i v J pd nr -> t.
Al s o, an t l t o nth e sr n s id S o n i e r E 1T A A R E S T A 7 E; L 0 "IT E H 17 C .a s 4! jjs 9 P +th s l ls d y c m eo 1 n e ed h e~r re g -. 1 e ,, -Ih ..1-- _- n 6 n th .. r imlke in.
at d Also, a in otId ri l str land sis uated l n orutherly ."Draws M arch 4-draoewing received 6t .... "-f ua artr"psh le lw eor Providlence siaS nathfi hld. Thehouse s lart'. ad cow
th s e oide wo said I a st ree t it and i s bonnd t s outherdf wH it lies a prize o86. a d. cTick ets att.5o n, F aB ER t, 5 a F l f leav n g P reyvdiden v rv T tuesday vencntlor a publh hon e, a d ha1 q at .r i l s ro fas
t1 ere1 onhold in h sa idt c e xtend it fl s ra s 5r fern l a L IT[ ER A T Ul EL O T .I E R Classw[2, T hursday an S f 10 pose ol1tran Sac t'ig a t D G oods tlok,A sucl t or; iunum ber f years--, 1....iiI h *to } 11 r W
11 a rs6 feand holding thal wtidthi extends .ha nor rly ''be addre drawn Mar cl25-drawu, Prec'd 27t River ev'erv M in day,"\ednesdav anllotFida y at in good repair, ,nd psainted. C,,, i... ns ."al iir ltitie-kf
riL,hlt angles with said street, So feet,t until'i conltes
to the wall adjoining th e wan e rs of said HSek n ki hest pri.e 85.0(1i T icketo s $an v'clok. A Da. to uchi g at B ri sMornd 1 1 B r ol Ierr o d lhich ill o Pe v vary lb ro-a t.. ....
rivet-, and bll nds easterlyon a land of the W;shing- AIe oEu-AN D II I a,0 a'7'E R Y, C'ass No 1. [BTrisBlt side] each way. Pare 5; coaes. ,11 B T ue purchaser c nll vei f, I o- OwCt 4 a res o
-- ton Bridge Company, on which it measures 60 fee i, Draws Mlarch 8--druwing received 31st. Stages will arrive III Fall R.iver frmn New Bed- for a numberofyears, sboua d lie Mo sh it.
Sand w esterly Onla. 1Bw> foot g frongwaV, which divide 1,0(1 1 prize of 1925 ford each m boring beore the boal tdaves, and will m in0Ills H
e. ibis lotafron ,alot oflande M longing toRn bert SiBt- I 10o000 2 1 500 be in readiness onber return It take passengers tT ED ARD 'Abi.M (.\O r.
- toil, Oil which t oneasI res So feet. B 3,000 1 20 `200 to New BedfoSrd. rI It "
ry A lso, an their lot ofrlandsituated on hel n therly Ti Skols Fr dllars- -s sres in p 'oportinn. iN TIt --A buytoatud u t ap whoesae rry, tu n.rea i,
a- sid efsaid hdiaste andoi s]h,)u C (Isdsoftherly to Ire- RANI lFun. LOTTttery, Class N o 13. W Goods S abouto r 16 yea r of a le. -EII
oi lu, on which it m assure ny p4ers, find holding s 3 at Draws M 36art 3 -- thawng recde i o i Aprillottol ot 7i g ei nnt er tree a u 4 o. nl ,hb n a i in f t us. aid
i widtho extends tarck nrtierlv, IIntright sa des I t t prize u" L'2.000 1 268. Toorks-IiiION OF COIet. kiT I5I. SIfP--Th tate -l bht Soh L at OAucti2 t, ,I s ay
said st, St a feet, unti it comes40o another lot 4 5lo4g-22 I 5 5no 0 I 1 1,64 LU.......h ChPR,-Ne;sta )e ;8 e-8 th e Apl'i[ -eit, oat occt ion -- BKhe prses o








>~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Ti N whrfi t l ot ide s i fnd~ corsuner l of, and I 1000ltry extrnesi classlbr 6 da n arhIti|JO I;E D IE AN e xLaisting -da e take n Onif, THURSDAYx a1 2 4t'locD(i f filent at 1'o'loc,
s, ieg to said Co mpany;s c Tined ht i2r co nrners(101 D sp.. I e ...... wil .... t r a.
r bounds easterly o said l R obert S ui ttola 's lo t, an d Tig'ts 8 lolI hrs shares 1 i n proportion. bsu s t cribers u under the Brut of A RMI'TB &L & IG 3 1 "I s s BA R R O. ..
w cstf rla,, o:t a contem plated 40 I bo o st arunningd front Ior sale in every vari ty at wholesale and re'al BERT, is tis d avdiss elved by m nu-i consent. The LA N DIJ A "' AsUC T170 \I.
India sI nor tlr t oe Clar n of s(Gnid I)en r. a t 4CLAR 'S I business o2 the fi4rn 1 e will bi SC sLtlefdyveither of the Anh-r the adviceanrid dir'eion tfthe Hen T4 Innii-
Also, anotht r lot of land situated nopatteriv and Old Eftablished and pr'ruh Lac/y Oat wet. subscribers, at 75 W-11;-,,,,op stairs, New "yok, pal Court of the city of Provid;nco,. therewill he
A ad joining to (ie hast afnressid lot, bounding wa st, ly A discount allowed to those wh ourchasu'byt i.[,March st, 186. ill % I fl 1AS AR SBY, sold atPublic ,tale, on SA'I DAY, March 26thl
().n said cnntenD 91aetl 40 1"oot st, on whiclh it tnealt- package. l CHAILLE`S T GILBE.RT. at I I o'clock, t,)n the premnises,
tires48fet. and ohlding that width extends. bekn
ea s te r ly t o lth e c h a n n e lo fcsaid S e e k o n k .riv e r 3 !o m m oa n a n d a n d P ri in fo r m a -eT heiv e n t h a t tlp o r tionro roS te p h e n f w d n _
fl oor at'e gratis. Please call (is above. CO-PARTtNE'.' SHIP.dTbe subscribers have ceased, third phart of thoe Far; hforalner;y AeryOo i
And also another l t of lhnd sits ated north hersyid Orders by mail, or oherwise will alv ays mee.tthis d. HE orYned a Co-partnersip under lie firm, of Dexter's, of Norh Providonce,. Situate it) said North
diomping to the last afo resaid lot, and is bounded withhtie same pro pt fand confidcntenl attention, GILBERT, MUDGE & SHIMINo for tir e Pr Providence, ab out onea nud it nptrter nsiles frnm ,e
ad westerly ol said coin templated 4o foot l st on which asl T iogh personal applications were made. pose o* 7 transacting a Dry Goods Ct mission uay si- State House, MIn P roi cdn 'e, t,, ,,,n .. r-.
it measures 68 feet, and holding tiIIt width, exterids )lease addtress .J L CLARKU Providence. Uest ro a d have taken sior'e No 7., \illhainistreet. up lying betweui anrd al li n ( ,,2I, ,'.ItIII,( .!gi~lk
iB g back easterly to the shanne[ o lsai Seeki nk river. Correspondents in Boston and vicini ly may be stairs. New York, 1 "I1arcb 1, 183. roads leading A oT Providence to Paw rocket," L d.
By Be ng the same lands and premises descrbed miassured of a return the same day, if sent by the CHARLES T GlLBEWT. wGse, at tllesaKe ilne and place, about 4acrr of
s, fivedeeds to said company; onsfroin lh'own A Ive; ill'rining niail.o p e BEN.oIbM N W te MaUJi)(e M adow Land, situnte (in MS. RtATArivcr, in b deid
itiyone fomin James Brown; one frontn Amta Ma son,oM 10 Trm3e,* WILLIAM SHIMeINJ ,a o North Psruvidr re'i,. Ietrs at life ti, fornd pl:Ace d o
. Guardiu of Russ Anne MasoI; one from S- n'ralB J.Lo.. C I..I I Xr'S.lSale.. EDWARD a -, 1 -AI .- I-., Exeutor.
Ruggles: and R Rous h'e Sarah Uand J1B Herreshof.. LISV 0" !'1.1 ".". O'1 "i S" f0. TO PRINTERS OF CALICO.
A n ld wh liereas, the Court of Commoni Pleas, in thie Sheool Fund Lottery, class 1266. Dton and Mount HopeComtpanies, are North Prd videnee, Fell eb 1 b-, '18e re .w ldysh
1 C ui ty d lProvn denee. at their lastfNovember term, 40 11 2:1 32 65 56 2C2 17 9 A27--one NO $4. *,Ronstaniey maaufaetno 1r. lo r lin lavs rc .
nt appo inted the underminued Commlissioners to esti- School Fund Lottery,, Class No 267 at their Milills in Dighton, which they etllr to sale. NEW Y'ORK.
, mutea d m g so n rp 35 33 12 61 67 38 23 64, 30 69 50 2(-one No ,4 App nation may be ade t n E G ,SM ITH, at the- ..................
at whose lands are described or mentioned in said Re- a Sch-Sbool Putll] Lottery, class 1268.works, or to JAMES D'llWOF l Bristol,. R 1 SALE0 1' 1A-HN ,IDRUGSf7'0-
purr shall Sustain. .-,I-. 34 48 40 30 41 54 22 33 5 58 64--one number IS nm8 4w I 'O=IS TE SHE L, GOA 7'N4EIV S,'~ /
D N ow thereforethe undersigned, i t pursuanceIof G rand C on Lottery, ex class 6- draw n Mifar sh tming i dar 23 en n R'24thNinsHmt, aC A1o c D.
3r iaedirectius contained in th, for conmmssion, heM c'y 6.5 39 5L 33 74 4'0! 59 29 14 15 55 30 57--o nenin Copartnership ,IAMEoS S PE.r PL/C will auction Ftor'e No 70tWall street.
give notice to allPersons inter, sted in the l Mn ss -anfl De mlaware Siatg Lotteryeclass lex-drawnr5th continue the GrocerIyIbusiess at wholesale and re- The cargon office br'iis..nl:zjbct, .ius arTried freoe
promises aforesdid to file their claims for damages 26 I1 c,5227 3:2 37 40 31 44--cne nm beni r82 tail under the fira n a oDANIEL ANt;E.L L M c CO. Bondriav-conisisiing of'
B (if any they have) with some one of said Conultls- Grand Con Lottery, class 1l--drawn .MVarch I1LtI at No ,48 Canal st. DANIEL ANGELI,,G M A A IC 1f ns, 'tua;
Br si qners, or with the tCer ofsaid Court of o m n o l' 7 3-4 35 5 14 42 57 8 48 13--one number84 14.AME liA S1sI i n 1Inn I'ea so -3, s 1 qua lity
P l e a s w i th i n d Th i r l y d a ys tr ofn t h e d a t e o f 6I0 C a s h p a i d f o r p r iz e s --n o m a t t e r w h e r e p u r c h a s e d P r n n e a rh I t 8 .G A MI" T .\l. d o d o
thr t c o.--andtiheycribes, ade nowne, Ibaty ul the end of' as Soon is called fi>r a t t w holl r op e 1aC faor 1 2a, 1 I3'j nil4 d
th t erin allo wed forfih ling c hsii r ta nu esas afore tuning the. bolder to reinvest. F or conven ience, P U B L IC V A C C IN A 'T IO N.sa d nar0 (f d o1rnni .TNenGd
1-, 1836, at 10w l Ck b A a it. they. the ndecrsigned orn- I- .. e % K',; Health of the City o1" Pr.widence, have e 0,1v- JO 98 do ;d
lissioners, will pass o, y the promises locate ed ay said Olde Established and Truly Lucky Office. Dr. HENrvV TH ; i tvaccinate,gi alis,A ,R,.. l e AcROW ROO T 6 din d o w ,
Com pany as afofic said,enc d will then and there hear "Union MBulng, s who may apply for that purposed at hsO lSENNA, e '20 bales do
frouo 71 North Main s:rl. rt, either oi this day.Moo CUe2 oB 8,B. 30 bags do
till the parties-interested ortir te purpose ofestilatI- TLLIP TICAL 8SPIN DLE GRINDER -- [pi a, e 2t)f~m' o, l ls, .;,rduany 1 1 'T E-;,Icak d
ing 411 such da, aesaI ~t, h ink ttd any Pero i .I prietor nf tie Illiptical Stlinadle Grintder, having 8Saturday ]it the nmonihlrof 5'lalrh, durtn,-"the santic U G T S, las do
to r (,persons;, corporation or corporations, shall sustain mail oamm nsrspcigteMahne snw has y re, R G A i. ElDly UGO A T, S ,INS 4 ." alg-satdd











b ppecrtMinnn'bg~r th ItrB Tachinee n;wiie,^ ";: IS^ ^ nov Cif
by ,e Nkin of Fis-her, and tsheo P' a snd ;or thepur- r adet, ingrac for the iedisposal oftheright f29 dtf C ivClerk.8 .s0 do,
poses aforesaid, agreeab!V to their Uouninissidn, atd to build them. He is making arrangem, nts end ex-- TORTOISE SHE[.[,, 8 oais do
Il the Charter ofe said Comepany..hertsShortly to be prepared to build ta e Mach ine YAT1`ES & 'I'ITREI-SURAC S -Ant, was S. R A n2000 bhnndles o
I SAV'L WRANGDL, C) sio hinlserfufr tall those who may wishi to contract for 'IGIN.1A S TA 'I" 'MAO-NO.VGATIELA" SAFFLO\\ ER 13 JrIles do
B. AMrFILERANDAill* } Conmiisst rs.. I. N, same. Application to be ain de-to the subscrb er L 1OT"TE!, O D Class 5 for" 1836.f A l tSS I. a r d, w do -
DF.X I ER THURBER. )In Pawtucket. JAM'ES WHEATON. To be drawn at Aleixendria, Va. MarchI 119111. iBARILLA, uns "d
1. In...rvdn who ma y'19 mwdis* Cap. |als r2...000, 800(o, r,00 3.,OM `3i.2' 2 ,1 R2, o 2l000. The above cargo i i a:; w lo a se:ted woh -reat cars. y
R Coo E No HIGH Ci tH OL H I tr RO Ma r ch ll 20l o fn5o0, 20 o ofl00,-20 oif 200. 35of5n.56 of Itori6 ai xpericn, d person. The Maric h'sfireSall ortRhe










-,- PRO ID-C ,MIGRA..O.... .. T' ONC R'--ro LO T^ Eulig Rn HANcliEN repei lnd in-oaans a- Y U E
M R 1- o r U L L R ie n f o r ms Et i lef o r Ishrl a n di ns-n.. S. o l-h C _i tar ms o 2 e d s an A h a t l e t e d o t 6 1` 6 0 ; 5 6 f L t2 po 4 0c '2 1 8 11t00 o f b e s t pqu a l t y a nd t w il l hea ; h in t w e l l wro r t y 1t h e r m n -
I .c tlens )f,,dS a ndeo ras, a e e em a c r oa i rly to give a V ocal and enst ne al o u t0- -i T kets 10 dollars shares in proportion.,f r of.. d2a h lip e irs. w lo ti w ill be r ,bin dy an tthn
au c tha. t io n e hastaken tInI central141ngu PdiInsrumrshs-o cft.r 3 I ". "1ND SIA I" I'_1 111,1 cl-6 sa ;clplts awran-e ed for Sxadlinanion, 2 dPvse ArcpVl-












apo" ntmevelt s on Meroolndaoy the must] riSon "---t ". ~ 3 8 akSncsan ialElie tdtl S& L TE ,SatrvtRI
a yno t hms andi't, epesos Ib l sturersnt linr doino t co, .n2 JA I ,HL N& O ',nnsei. rsn 15thin fo. fornwdiic aCrear neuse tosdipw,-hEU',-.l
il to devot hisi-..... t ~ .nvwie to h lsn ss ifu t enh n -, hasI.K. 'n ., "' rq'1 ""ei "plcloi .wn l sh ul be .,om p h+& *w l e rcie ie W o


dnd. i.. 1 t itJ (it t Pu:.ii* pils ers a reuuar; sae, A I n i I '" ; ,. n paniecd with a par-t cuh r" de,,-cription of t]e property April next, lo eree eta Jridge across the Black-
an() e "editiO olvev, te b.etween tiverpotl't i- au cI1OFN OIT Lklin f11.?1,)e I 1-per tnail tu tile President or St-relar'y of theCorn- stone River, at Valley Falls, tw\o hundred and ten.
New v mi-lk., Arangelnents nave thec made it) td s l'onlde 4hy the 1,egislotutre at. tho .1amn atry Ses p I [ lindIe slnle, will tnetm( \ilh promnpt alton- feet ]orf. by 1hirty feet wide. (t)he completed its soot
t if iriq" 'cl ass ell. Ool,. ton -R.IC .. HDRI) JIAC KSO.\' residents. as practicable. JOHN GARDNER,
Ihis the* .'~.,l e'lrisc il ;vr hin*' ss io 269,, to he ,1 draw in y'1"1 "ovteno oil i Cr I-iiiic DABN-iYinto Secrlmy anec ship fronte eac porte Fao<5 O HPR'FI 1 lum c(O lls aunpik Toreoasurer
Prvdo\a,',e W eashntoynsrnc uo:fic Vallcy Falls Turnpike Corporzakkim.o

chesar.. for tlie ifr ahoirlhed wcloheerOftih ay:. arch 2.19't. under the superintendence of the Providce, RIt I March i, l83. -Valley Falls, M-arch Ii SS Al
Iscogers, and the number ll each vessel being him- f SCHEaME. .pprty of Sale. MACHINERY FOR SAL-r-For ,stcby thT o
led, renders their accommoidastins h uncommonly MO1,1IC OF TH r NEW YORK, PROVIDENCE East Greenwieh MllanufactBling Co. three
spacious and cillorbtabloe. Atply to $10,0) 2 5 AND .BOSTON RAIL ROAD COMPANY. Brewster Speeders; two Auterican d'o one Drawing
GEORGE WILKINSON, I 0 5 I N_ Y oRKF.buary 29, S3li. ranie, for Cards. The above machinery lre all
3!. Canal street, Providuence. 1 102 ,o 0 10 AT i, mcelina of the Boar tf of I)irectors held this i, .od rif.1M.ing oMk r, and will he sold low, if ap.
Agent to Rawson & MeMurrav, No 1too lne st" 1 W1 150 61) day, an assesseinet of five dollars was laid up- plied tfrsoet. DANIEL GREENE, A-,,,l
New York. Ml ,\rtlmis I 11000 54 '101 on .aefli Shiae oftile Capi.tat Stock of [tis Cour- PastGreeunwich, i'eb 5 dtAl "
S ,ITHPI 1.,rL.D EXGHA GI, rl^^A 2 8o a 54 30> pan\', payable at Itheir oftiic1\ No 177 Pearl s-treet. on .
1 .e E G BANK--Te tl Marchl ncx! five nhtorars on each share "N|OT]CE-Any person ish-i\ng to sohck a Mill or
Stockholders of this Bank are lhereby notfled, 2 70}0 54 20 pay.ilie 9th Aprl anl five tollanrs on each share -.I. 2o Loomson conira, t .form the Manufacture nf
-that a special meeting of the stockholders ol saitid 1 1680 3402 8 payable )o:h A'i l. The transfer hooks will be 4-4 SheetingNto 1) yarDi,.nav hsarof a hi hance It
Bant will oe held at the Banking Roqui in Smith 2 550 17172 4 clos,,d Ifrm tlhe 25tl tn oie aw ltlMarch inclusive; *,I i-. ;,,- at ;he Jiournnl Ci hunting RoomI. Als.,
field, on Saturday Ihe 2nid day of April next, at Iwa 20956 prizes, ainounting to $137,280 and for the two preceding anmd following days of \.' it 0.0t od second ltatnd prcading and Lao-
o'clock, P.,m. By order 6B nnnber Ioltery--l drawn billols, ench of the oiher" ns-cssnlenti. 1.iieiiie,19 Gra8
mi w. N W[NSOR, Cashier, '.TPckel.ts4--,tarcs in proportion. JrTN S CIRARY, A 0('asks prine now milch ('1hse, this 'a.-
Sntithfield' M3arth"I 17,1836. nil9 2 MJAMES PHALEN & CO. M1anagcrs. 1;:!A-20 Pirsitdent and Treasurer, l. landing,l'or sale by SETH PAU-t.F


V-71 part of Aitleborough, and adjoining the
* 1 rLanesville Cotton Factory eslalblishment
about 3 miles north of Pawtucket, containing be-
tween 40 and 50 acres of good land, suitably propor-
tioned for mowing, pasturing and'tillage, with some
wood lad. A considerable portion of said land it
is thought, would be Very suitable for the culture of
the mulberry tree. There is on said Farm a good
dwelling house, barn, shop and other out buildings;
and a thrifty young orchard of various kinds of trees.
Fur further particulars, inquire of the subscriber on
the premises.- RICHARD HUNT.
Attleborough, March 21 MTF4t*


SITUATION WANTED-By a person practically
acqnainted with tle manufacture ot cotton goods
--w'shes a situation as agent or superintendent o
some manufacturing establishment. In.uire at the
Journal Counting room. m-2
NqOTICE is hereby given tlhat a meeting of tih
Pawtucket Western Emigrating Society, wili be
held at the Hotel in Pawfucket, R. I. on Thursday
evening, March 24, at 7 o'clock. A pinclual attend-
ance of the subscribers is requesldl," it- business ol
importance will be laid before the meeting.
W,: o,,hl ,l.,', m,,ih,.- ,,i 'I, ",' ,ish to become
in ;=., .. I i,. : .d' ,In t .I _-,,., i [i .n i., '." 11 a,)d avail them -
,.:li. ,b ,- jl ie ,Ji',D, lhh ,i '= r: ,,'li -W ll soon be
ti.:,sc.J. l' It I-.ARNEY,
,',n- ,'*f illr t"o~nwt l,'i.: ., .i n,,.. Association,
M21 3td*
THE'subscriber hereby gives public'notice, that
he is appointed administrator upon the estate of
Russell Card, late of East Greenwich, deceased,and
has accepted the trust; he therefore requests all per-
sons who are indebted to the estate of the said de
ceased, to make payment without delay, and also all
persons wh'o have claims against the said estate, to
exhibit them as soon as may he.
JOB RUSSELL GREENE.
-East Greenwich, March 8, 1836. 3F* m2l
Municipal Court of the city ofProvidence,
March 15mn,1836.
E.r.'.T,- ..r" THOMAS STONE.
NANCY -i STONI, widow of Thomas Sionfe,
late of Providence, deceased, in writing, de-
clines accepting Administration on the estate of her
said husband; and requests that Gamaliel Lyman
Dwiglit may be appointed Administrator on fie
same: and the said Request is read r-ceived and re-
ferred to. the twentv'ninth day of March instant.
at nine o'clock, A MI, for consideration; and it is
ordered, that notice thereof be published three times
in the Pirovidence-Journal.
m21 ,- A G. GREENE, Clerk.
Municipal Court of-the City of Providence-
.: ." MS rirh16th, 18:36.
E _E F :. E_ TiA LLEX .
"MI"ILLEY .ki.LEN. i,.l...,I .:.1 Seth Allen, late ol
P ProI,.J~ ri.,, .1.....: ,:,, 1 iriling declines ac-
cepting A.lwonair i,..., ,, .. estate mother said
-husband; and requests that Ezra Dodge, or sonme
other suitable person may be appointed Administra-
te," on the same; and the said Request is read, receiv
ed and referred to the twenty ninth day of Marelc
instant, at- nine o'clock, A lt for consideration ;,and
it is ordered that notice thereof be published three
times in the Providence Journal.
m21 A G GREENE. Clerk,
Municipal Court of the City ,f Providence,
March 15th, t836.
ESTATE OF BENJAMIN PEIRCE.
,HE Commissioners heretofore appointed to re-
ceive, examine-and allow the claims of the cred-
itors on the estate of Benjamin Peirce, laieof Pro-
.-vidence, deceased, represented insolvent, present
their Report; and the same is read, and referred to
.the twenty ninth day of March inst. at nine-o'cloek,
A N for consideration; and it is ordered that notice
thereof be published-thre times in the Providence
Journal. A G GREENE, Clerk. m21
Municipal Court of the City of Providence,
*' March-15th, 1836.
ESTATE OF RAcHEL QQUARLES.
THOMAS H WEBB, Administrator on the es-
L taLte of Rachel Quarles. late of Providence,
deceased, presents his account with the estate
of said deceased, for allowance; and the same is
read, received and 'referred to the twenty-ninth day
of March instant at nine o'clock, A 4. for consider-
ation; and it is ordered that notice thereof be pull
lished three times in the Providence Joarnal.
m21 A G GREENE, Clerk.
Municipal Court o-f the City of Provideac,
I M ,.-l i 1il, 1836. .
ESTATE 0o-% I i- T. A.1 I'l W WETMORF..
V, EPRESE \TATION and request in wri'ling, is
made by Edward Carrington. seating forth that
he is a creditor of the estate of Willard W Wetmnore,
deceased, and that h'eis a surety on the Administra-
tion bond-ofJohn H Clarke, the Administ"raor on
said estate, and praying, for certain reasons stated
in said request, that said John. H Clarke, may be re-
moved from his said office and trust as Adminiatra[or
on said e:r'r. .- in.] 'i: i- i i i- is read, received, and
referred ,o i... I%.-n-%,'iiiili day ofiMarch instant,
at nine o'clock, A fir fr consideration : and it is or-
dered that notice thereof he published according to
'law, three times in t tie Providence Juirnal.
ml21- A G GREENE, Clerk.
STATE OF R`40DE ) ISLAND, &c.
.K.E-, sc.-Clerk's office of the Su.nremc Judicial
* Conrt. March 21st, A D 1836.
WHERElIS tlie following named persons, resid-
ingin the Cmn~ry ofKenl, have lodged their
pettionanin said olfic., praying for CeansBs stated in
Ei l E.) ;I.T,, th'i t s, ;,! .F J r ud... .u icial Court
Iv ., id ;.;,,,tothen :. .:,-j.1 i. bIpnefitof"An
act fortlha relief of Insolvent Debtors," passed in
January, A D 1823. Notice is therefore hereby given
to the respective creditor-sof said petitioners, to ap-
pearif they shall see. fit, before said Supreme Judic-
*lal ,. -~,un. i d._ i, a .Men tt East Greenwich, within
all-I 1 r011,: ,._-,.,n,, ofKenl, on the second M onday
of I.,,l ,',% 1-1.1 -[,hew cause, ifany they maybhave,
S.vh i,.. p, I...[ ,f said petitions ought not to be
.granled.
' David Yiiii.mn, of EItst Greenwich, baker,
. house" catarIerl,.r.
Lodowick Church, of Coventrv, laborer.
Daniel Carpenter, of Warwick, laborer.
Ira Blackmar, oF Warwick, laborer.
William Pinniger. of East Greenwich, manu-
facturer.'
Nathan Carr, of West Greenwich, manufac-
turer.
Oliver Nichols, of West Greenwich, trader.
'Samuel Harrington, of Coventry, laborer.
David Dunham, of Coventry, laborer.
m2l 4m* NITHAN WHITING, Clr'-.
OI"I'TON- "10 bales choice Mobile, fid 88 bales
l choice Fclonda Cutton, inst received and forsale
"y ", _CALEB DROWN,
m2a St L No 6 SouthS Waerslreet.
BROOKS-Just received and nfr sale at the Theo-
n lotical Boflksinre, No 5 Market square. the fol.
low "g va hlable .l;"' ".,' ,--\T "-,, .;, J" ,, [, [i r
T ie( W inslo % .:1 1 .... 1." .,[ "([ ,, 1i i | .-i.. ',,. ,.
G uide, or T r h 11lu .1 ..... I t,, "., r-.-- I ,. p .. _
.i Series of Essays, by .Inhn Oldbnz, EKq-`q'oiUtt
Vernon R.-.ider. hv tlle Missrs Abblons-'The Yotnn I
LIrfies Ciass IBok-The Yonng Man's Goid.''%
Mothers -Z r: r., .,,R -- r.,, l r-. Hymn H nook-- 1
Foster's ,i ..i r ,, 11,..i,|i, ,rith his W rting
B.)oks-lProfessor Sewiar-t oil ihe mode of-Bliptisn'l'
+_ .1 I I WILCOX & CO.
COTrON--5' bales e',lo'e MIN)ile;i2r,5 bales fine
,:Neiy Orleans; 40 bales fine fT +org a Urbinid, iust
a-eceivcd, fur sale ty C.OOK ,,|- It LOWN,
i2l,-')' No 14 S,)nrh W'iter st, .
C'HESNUT WOOD-TiUB snibsterner wishes to
purchase 2ni0fvords of S"asoned Chlcsnut Wood,
to be .delivered at India Point.
. nt."" WALIKERI I-IUMPHIRY.
B LACK FIGURED LACIS-.1 scarce article--
Jost reeeivetl at CORY'1S. if Aeadol. tmni
"UTTER-1500 pounds prime Butler, received ihis
day, lor sale by S & ,W FOSTER.




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T'WBNTY'FOURTH CONGRESS.
-. ENATE-Monday, March 14.,
Mr King, of Alabama, offered the following
joint'resluitlrotl, which was read a first time:
-": l tonlved lib the Senate and Hatse of Rpnsrstn-
'tlptbs of l the United Staites of hmnericm in Con-
grs es.i s,.nlt, That the President of lie- Sen-
ate and Spealker of Ithe House of Representatives
Close Ihe present session of Cdngrgess by an ad-
joiuriiient nf tieir respective Houses on the-
day of May next.
SOn motion of Mr Buchanan. lle Senate pro.-
.ceedeil to ballot fir a Select Committee on tte
s subject of thie Constitution of Arkansas, .when
the following Senators were-chosen to fill the
Committee: 'M'r Bclicanan, Mr Wriglit, Mr
Kenit, Mr Benton, Mr'Criti.teden.
Mr Ewing, of OhinO, moved thalit the Senate
proceed ho consider thIe bill to appr,,priate for a
limited time the proceeds of the public lands,&c.
Tile qucstit.n %.-, lhike n, after sonime opposition,
andIdecided i I.-li.lt1' -
Yi.As-Messrs. Calhoun, Clay, Claytnn, CriL-
tenden, Davis, Eatinu, ot Ohio, h -Hendricks,
Ktlghlll, Leigh, MrKean, Man-ritnim, Naudain,
Porter, Prentiss, Preston, Robbins, Soulliard,
Swift, Tonmlinson, Webs!er-20.
NvAS-Messrs. Brnlon, Blak, Brown, But-
clhiatan, Culhbert, .Ewing, of Ill., Grundy, Hill,
Hubbard, King. of Ala., King, of Geo., Linn,
Moore, Morris, Nicholas., Niles, Rives, .Robinson,
Riiggles, Shep'ley, Talh'nadge, Tiptn, Walker,
Will, While, Vrighit-26.
Tlie bill for the continuation of the Cumber-
land road in Ohiro, Indiana anrid lllinuis, was read
a third time and panssred.
_On motion of Mir Buchanan, thie Senate pro-
ee-d-d to tlie consideration of executive busi-
)iesi, and, after remaining for some time witli
S"doors liaed,
The Senate adjourned. .
S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Tile House tr,,k up the resolution of tLie Leg-
islature ot th? Slate of New York on the subject
-ofa reorganizalion of Ilhe militia system ihy Con-
Sgress, preiscibeid Jast Monday by Mr Gillett, to.
gether with the motion of Mr G. to commit tilie
sanme to the Comimiiitee on tile Militia, with ithe
following instrustions :
To inquire into this expediency of so altering
l thlaws mrylaii ti tolhe militia, as 'to provide-
First. That ill free white minale citizens i f tihe
; United Stairs, betiwee-n tw.enly-one and forly-
fiva teats r ,ii s. slinll be enrolled in thie Militia.
S -S..,id TIl',t, of persons so enrolled, all wlIo
Satire u'ud.rr it%,n i, ,seven yearsifsaguf, shall once
i i each year be called out fur a period niot less
'.,:than six days, and remain under arms during
.tliat period, .witlti thie view of improveinents in
military, discipline and martial exercise, and such
persons to be nminute-uien, and to be first called
*upon in case of insurrertion or invasion.
Third. That tine persons who shall ibe called
out'-aind remain- under .irs shall receive a r-a-
snt able compensation fior their time. '
Fourlli. That tile Government of the "United
St ates shail furnisli, for the use of thlie persons
thuis called out, all .needful tents, arms, and ac-
cout reme nts... .
Fifth -That there shall be deposited at proper
'points on ithe frontiers and seaboard, all necessaa-
y- rind proper ainrm, including bhitiass cannon, a-
.ijeni mn, .n'id ,rmulmnunitionr, to supply thlie en-
-lhll-d nniuii ,i In called, into actual service in
lIe defence'ofithe couulry .
TiThe debate on these resolutions was continued
u rl il It|e l i- tr I ",;1' n, -..j "
"he bill r, ,kI i,. li', ilr .iim. '[,,i. ,oin, ; for the
s tlpression f Indian hostitilics in .Florida was,
Sby consent, taken up; and, having been read a
S lhird timne, passed. '.. .
MIr Wimlin,., ,,i kehtiiky, n-i. .. rt- d 'resolu-
Slin lof tie L.-,-l ,iure of.Kenluckhy in f tavor of
SIhe ,ililibul' in ,- iit,- proceeds arising from the
s' ale ofthe public lands-anmoing the se-veral Stales
'- and also ol the distribnlion ol the surplius reve-
inue amrong'tlIe States, lha preference of which :w
moved to the Conimmlttee of Wa ys atnd Means.
M'r Howard presented a memorial from inthe
.Nati'onal. Trades' Union Associailion, praying tIhe
pis ,.-ig l'ina -.,,' rtun'itliing hie nuinber oi hours
Ir ltM ern.I.lyn1-Cenl r,f day laborers in thie aser-
vi.:e i.o tlie 1.iued Sy it, ',
S,:.eIl nt.,nit n- ,f r -, lrence being made, and
it del'a',e bi" I ,wl\ it, i rise, "
I l Cht_?,,r n 1- il l I the subject would lie
u,-. r, and, r ihi- ItRir- thie House.
IOni motion of Mr Johinson, of Louisiana,
s --,heiolved, That lthe Commnitltee on tile Judici-
ary be instructed to inquire into the expediency
ofmakingsahlart securing, in addiLtion to a copy-
:-right, a privilege lir tihe performance of dramatic
I" ,apojiti-nt.tt i s.' lie citizens of the United

Th %,l,.:Ih- dy was. spent in offering resolu.
-tionls of inquiry, mostly on private subjects and
Individual cases. i

S "' -- SENATE-TuEsDnAY, March 15.
i Mr. Ewirrg, of Ohio, moved that the Senate
proceed ta consider the bill to provide foir tihe
distributioi of thle Public Lands, aind for other
pu roses.
I Mr Ilhcl;,n n ,.ilili-, that thIe Senate should
pri,.ete Id Ino t c.-nij. ra.ilion of Executive busi-
ness, and called for thie yeas and nays on the
motion, and they were ordered.
Some few remarks were tade by Mr. Ewing,
in which he indicated a determination to give
hisi views on thie incidental motion to takle- ip the
bill. in ease hie should not be able to succeed in
getting his bill taken uip.
The question was thlien decided as follows:
YEAS-Messrs. Black, Callioun, Clay, Clay-
ton, Crittenden, Davis, Ewing, (Ohio,) Golds-
borough, l-Hendr.cks, Kent. Knight, Leigh, M'-
Kean, Mangunm, Naudain, Porter, Prentiss, Pres-
ton, Robbins, Southard, Swift, Tomlinson, Web-
ster, White, 24.
NAYS-Benton. Brown, Buchanan. Cuthbert.
Ewing, (Ill.) Grundy 'Hill,, Hubbard,King,(Ala.)
*King,(Ga.).Linn, Morris, Nicholas, Niles, Rives,
Robinosrn, irid,,gle.. Shtpley, Tallamadge, Tip-
ton, Walker, ill, Wright, 23.. '
It was :lte...id,,li determined ito consider; the
B ,ill n I, ..e.n. .
Mr. Li ,ra addressed the Senale for about
two hours without coming to a conclusion, when
two successive motions were made to adjourn.
hut line first was negatived. Yeas IS), Nays 23;
and tlie second, Yeaus 20, Nays 26,.
ThiTe object of voting against the adjournment
was to go into Executive business, and a motion
to close the doors was made and agreed to.
Afh-'r rein.iinir,n f.." rome time in Executive
business, tha Se r, .tc h .e l nrned. ""
rliltiSl: OF |EIl ItESENTATIVES. -
'On motion of Mr. Cnanmbreleng the House re-
-solved. itself into a comunitiee of the whole on the
.Stalte gf the Uniorn,. Mr Millier in the chair, on
thre -bill making ordinary appropriations finr the
naval service for thIe year 1836.
The pending question was, on molioi' of Mr.
,Bell, of Ten, to strike out tie sum of $67,0Jl0O
.appropriated for thie naval yard at Portsmouth,
"New liampsliire, and insert $33;500.
: -Mr. Erani'. f Maine, addressed the House tor
upwards ,,f InO hours on. thi grand sitbject oh
defence ; in reply .to' the argument of Mr. W.
Titlimtson, of S. C., and witllha view to sales
that the true busish f. .ijir F s m-,:.rs was thie ne-
Ceti.r-lly whIi ,-i',-ed hr-r ilurui. .ind [not llie mere
end om rtqJa5,znin tlln tal,erdilures ou suclh ob-
j-cs inn t'. 'i i ,' i,; .-r of tlIe Uniont. Af-
ter. which, and wimhauut action, llIe hlouse ad-
jutiuned-.
The Tampieo affray.-We are informed that
thhe U. S. District Attorney, Mr Carletonhas'ii-
mBllu.:-, a suit i' mJ-,i ;,-,,. Jose Anton., Mexia,
i'pr.[riiun cr l .-l, jl.- t ,..r -t inti2, -:''t and fbr.ward.


ing an expedition" fr--i.i t,- r--L to 'rannico,
against the Mi-exican Government; amid lliat [tie
latter hIas been for th[ present liberated on giving
S$50100 bail for his appearance in the federal dis-
Irietcl ciunt htr.-, In ihe t3d Monday in May next.
-.-mrc (,/jlt,..n Et.','

In reply to inquiries, we have to say that we
have axeason to believe thatlslhould.Mr Buchianan
be-inat,.n'citd to v,,te against thIe expnging reso-
hitinu, Loe A hil nb'v or resign.-Globe.
C"ian ti-mr, Marclh 9.-A iequistii-.n lias
been inade upon the Executive of Alabama for
anoilier regiment, to be slationed b'on thlie'Eastern
r.imliier, ,i a tueasure of precaution against any
mi-v<-]iii>nls ii,-ng tile Creeks. TJieya will act
under lthe tord is of Goyv, Clay.
In Ihe saleof thlie effects of a clergy-man nea-t
.lper.ford, in England, hfis library bronghti 3,
,aud his liquor about 380.


From the New York Evenrig &Star. I- U ND HAND 31.1CII PiN{t I-OR SALE-
FLORIDA WAR. kiN> ,1 operation at I'lruxNi Mll t Bl.vw Pick-
It appears to be conceded that General Gamines ere: I Baker's Patent 'A hirt, M .',. ara-"! l.,-.
is in adelicate situation with his command ; not chies; 2.Doiublng ditto i P,,. r L.,om Ir I-
f theeeni or_ 3r t4 iuth 4i h h ,ttulesr o f -'""S .. .u-A[ I- 4S.1r i:
so robb v ren alprchensobn or1tee I "'.'
so much, probably, trm apprehension o the en- ie, ower looms fr 3 4 ioith. Th above second
emy, as from want of supplies and we appre- .hand Machinery is in execll nt io;dtr- and sonime ol
bend be has made a tasi movement in bringing it nearly new, and wi'l It.s.id a liarrarin. Aup'y 10
the Indians to action, without propercaution and ,.l(BE-.i %V PIT-rTi n, at Mills, or toi the r-ubsier
necessary preparation. Some are ofopinion,that il Providence. C 11 Mi.llS., \-'.
jealousy oF General Scott, and a desire to engage m13 DiTtf.
without combining the force of the two cornm. WATER POWER.
mands, led to his movement front Tampa Bay, THFE Con ecticut -rivir Comnpany arenr advi. tondis-
At all events, from the very commencement, thile pose ofWaler PoAtr at lltitr Canal a'it--nfi- Id
aff-ir has been badly manned. The r oent Fills. The soppy tf wattir COlnice frolt thne zi,l-
no ..tiC t river, s;Il is unfailing. rile I i art I.,, I
intelligence arrived that thie Seminoles had take arct. nearly thirty feet-tin; distance [fr.-.,i .,i .r.!
tle field, butmrnt tihe plantations, and butchered .s Itwelve mill s. )aily steani bous and' ficiietnli
the people, orders should have been given for ev- rightgt bolts i.as- to arid by this water prvilc"-.-
ery company stationed on tile sea, board, to pro- Tie location is pleasant and in a. ood rniglihbor-
ceed flortliwitlh to St. Augustine. All thie regu- to 1 l-a- lacre paper ilt, saw miill, ,,J .i. i ,..,1. _.
lar for es in LouisiaOI, and on thiee Mississ^, ltsa tll be btIcr-cl d, nor o ntha pla ll l,',b1 It
should have been ordered to move tomeaiIs P V Lg, n l Ire s or g I as 1 h ii it
should have or-n oiver~oo, at th.e ioitiion of the purchaser. ). i r i
ida The States ofSouthl Carolina, Georgia and .rs.who know.the importance.of cheap. iransporni-.
Alhibainn, should have been called uporl.for all lthe lio. eati y and frequent t *i.tr ..'. i'.-wi hill lirge
disposable force thia.t could be collected, to match mark ets-and the value c 1,- .j.,'',,-.-to siYply riof'
without delay. The whole should have been irater, are Invited to xar.i;,.-- .-Il.,: Al,. I-
placed under tile command of General Clinch. noi;.s ay be mad to tie .,J ,'........ :. i "i,- ,
who lives among the Indians, understands lltheir dt ALFR E) SlITH, Presc. C RCo.
c h a r a e t tr k n o w s t h e w h o le g ro u n d a n d is a ... .. . ..-.- C -- -
ciirafer kowsth alrrlegrorol, in ~ TIN AND 811 EE-r IRON TOOLS.
brave anrid experienced officer. The CommninSia r sbsr. er cul, i tiinuacit ool'
General of supplies should have ordered, from Itl for Tin and S.:e t Inrm Workers Al.-o, PIIn-
New York, 100,000 rations, to be sent imnmedi ilra.rs. HanIii rs and oher iTool. foir copper- work.
alely to St. Augustine ; andevery mounted rifle- all ,f whichli ire warr:int-A:d eru i, r., in, i,, A-,,. r-
man fron tlhefrontier, should have been required can market. Shears ii,-w li.i ii,,h.l r.. i ..
to repair to the scene of action. rone at shortnotice. J 1.. \ III ..
Instead of Jr nampitess, there ias been delay; I eferSt& Co Pr'id.nc.
inst-ead ofeniergy, there lia been hesitation. Near- lI os'..s POND & Co. t.o-loi. "
ly tlihree months to accomplish that which could V-.J Hoi.-Tn DEn. W V r onsockf.
have been done in three weeks. Nothing better, Woonsocker Falls. Ja;i I.. 1..3G y rTif
however, was to be expected iron anl ad'inistra- MASON'S XVIIIPPI'ERS.
lion engaged in intrigues for tlie next presidency, rT'IE s.lbseriler begs li'ave t, rletiir his since
-and inaking war on thie Bank. -. ih nksI to Collun .a;iuufarirers ill general, toi
We proceed however, to glean a few addition- the ir' liberal patronage wrich i.... i, ,-.-- ,
al items ol the fight. 'ior Ille sho'ttime htt e hus r bei n ulti,. 1i, .t ,
It cannot be called a defeat or disaser which 1:td Wpps. 'l'rer are l ,, ,,,"'
rsatnto atiinbo t tifty, ifl atlhichi a tgr,.o, ,, r i.t, -
General Gaines hia met with ; on Lthe contrary, ien u ill operation on trialni al ll 'viilth sntCeies,
we think lie has punished the savages severely ; ,, -..... ,-, ,,._ I *. ;.. t. ,J ,-i.. ; J -I r, r r c-
and, probably, his motives in removing from i.,- i, .,. i ... i i ,. i .. ..j..; ,.. ., -,icond
Tam|>a, inay have'been judicious when explained; ..... i ..'. I .' : i *',,,,ir-... h ,, i ",,, ,- 1 i hilch
tie difficulty now' is, tiat lie is short of provis- I .,i .. '...... i .. ir t ." Mi t1i. 1 IDcx-
ions, and most cut his way to Fort King, which i.. i ,, | ,,'i,.-'i, ',i ., i, ,
will be hazardous. ;t b, ti 'l% wi'h lIess power lsa iii .. i-r Vi, i I
To understand this subject better it may be riV t'i-u'; in act, lev hoave I .I- 1i ir I .
niort nil iuse; IU laci, the-i'-have tn,,,. t1 i ,,i- I' .
proper to remind our readers that Gen. Giiines he( dIt J -lt sutpe-rio i ,, i. r' .1 iti I i ..
left Tanipa Bay, Feb. 15tlh, witl great promipti- picker,i to iny oiliernl. lo ..I ir l.t!.ii .J .il r.
tud,',alnitost irimrediaiely alter landing tlihere with ,Id r Iha public. '
his regulars and volunteers from New Orleans- .Allord.'saddressedn t he ., .;"r.,3Tl..i
Pl~st Offic~e. Plainfield. C~i. %sill L-t,,. IJ.f1,,l ,:..
that it was his iniention to have proceeded ni el tand timntdiate alTentiin-gv("
farilher than to the- battle-ground ewhere- Majoir inllrhieiis deliver, d, .itf ileutl srtd, iin any part ..
Dade was massacred, but biiding tinre Ihis pro- New England, at a very. ,.i., i- .
visions shtort, lie -continue i ..,i F:, r...rl King. f I' trilf f"* i l i I M Vi '-'',.
where obtaining only one day's ration's, lie 'was i 1t I 1 i i-- 1. 111 .
compelled to make a f'uihier advance to Fort: 1.' 1.. ing about to'substlilnte Muiilis Ior Spin-
Drane, 24 m iles distant. He then returned toning F'ra-mes'on i,.. ... ..i ... .. r 1 ..li r I.,r r ,1.' i .,
Fort King on the 2-1I, a]ad ot the 27th reached Spitin ri.g Frai ...ee i :.- .i. ..t .-..r. -
tthe W iht lacoocihie. t',.t: tc if 7-2 spirt-, ',, I, .i ,n,,, I .. l, .
Tle most im partial accounli reci reiv d since the I rr la ar n r at'. it t ,r noti and nit A fbntie
,w rtinn tI n _trar il-rt i 5th't Il iiicht t 'xt.m. Alisor.tro
parliculars given yesterday, is in a letter rrom lite Drawinig Frame, but'lutle Worn andit lweo' i1 i'ii-
correspondent of hIe Cliarleston Mercury, dated 'The ri abo' Machinery may li.e cxairmiltld 1 jliu
St. Augustine, March 5lth. ',i, the sai'scriber.
The third day (Sunday, F'eh. 20th,) oif thie stir. fll t' DI -I. V..WAI.( 'OTT. Trri -irt er.
missing between the two armies across ttle nar-_ It,'lUA'l ION \VAN'I ElD-A ounlng tliiv whio lhis
row deep stream of Witlhlacontchie, Gen. Gaines a g ,c nral knowledge of bIririr sp. riti. .i.. ,'
retired, an,.,.i -._. i,,,,- tiinself, sent a party of rand s -vt rral y.rs rxpiri rnce .in Book i-
200 to theh;nk oft the riverwlhich Ihad le desired a""a situation is Clink in o;( Coiinitnric inu;
- r i' -* i ." 4. r onldi prtrnr a situation ait si(-i- M arnuiacfuring
effect of ei nlticing the Indians to come over,'" nich ,i ilni ,ti t |o aSointi VCt at a i tle Irtatrn-
they did, it is said, after dtark. lTe stratagem tiIis and list ol'April. Satisfcitory ifr-rnirsi aslto
was successiul-tlie cannon opened upon them, r ire-ar-, annd 1 -r-3 i. willshe given. A ,i
trnd played witni srh. -ettect, that it is iprestuiied *l r I' *' I ro A I! '' r*'-.i' 1, wia l rererv iim din ate
three hbundled lndians and Negroes were killed. itellntiin. fl. MlTt'
I say pressured, as it is not known whether that LAND FOR SALE.
number we're destroyed iil r,.'i i, -i- *'--,,-l,- ,'t-i .". Ot S. .E, oUnei piece ol laiil soifiuledr upnh lth"
or I Fe entire encounter. %\ I, tiL.- ,,,... -.l,i, road near ircichard i -Irr Art ld fair,. .. it
ed, tire sa-vages began a -terrible howling," and Priovahince, rt:rt 2 miles froin lri,'.-itle ..-.--...,F-I,
lag 2-i Uner'te eofgtod hmid-, airott trint tallh rf at' hich
no wonder, lor l Iam told that all the trace chainsaw ts e car d wit a hiri ylr] ab uitt' 'i it -.',,', v iod.
belonging to the wagons were used instead ol r rnow di ii as land to"rirerv'ln,'g lg g o w t .- .i -i ,' An.
balls, arid literally irowed thlreni down like grass ,gril, Est. Alse, aiiolhr ilotro l[,iiiil living o Cuitii-
-i -'li, the scyihe. Two of our officers verh ierrlanld.'upon the east side ofthe rit road arlitg fronit
iturtl,,dtint lhat engement-otnea' who, i, is Vallecy Fialls to the Ihoic of Otis Maon, l-:s. knit o it
'tt iidn'd i nor lh undleslood, has since died. i, t whole of iaeihl farm (excrpiinr tlrer airis wieri-oint
W 'e regret to learn, tiougli not offi cially, tha [t sain s th dwe;li, i... ... I e, pt sis tiinr ns f iter 3-
.- .stiirSthetit-d%%e [' I..''11. cotisasllig ofMshout 30
tire officer, since dead, is Lientt Izrrd, a promise acres of mowing, iirt., anId pastuire lainid. ithil
in- officer 4f the dragoons, who was in General durable water naoli tie .sanie. and is well. fenced
Dodge'ls expedition on tlie prairies, and recently with stone wall. For parti-ultirsa tnd. trils r hbl
in this city. His death will be deeply regretted Vill be I tlral, inquiiro of RItHAR)D(.'.ill !li I.
by those who had the pleasure of his acquaint- 't Pawtucket. m3 rMT3-*i
anco. ADMINISTRA'rO1I.S NOTICE-Th'cslibsrerilir
Thlis statement is confirmed by lihe short offi- gi. ,cs notice that he has beet irppoint-rd ib tihe
cial notice of LtIe affair in tire Globe of the 15th Muinic'pal Court of this city, administrator -of Ithe
of March-as obtained from the reports of Gen 'ialet of Cthai'es Low, liat'e,". fIr- I -i--.... -'1
Scott, received at tihe.office of the Adjutant i 7 ESCHAIATS FO SitLE.ii.' '
General at Washington. IRE L EsTAT FOIR SALE.,
That account makes out tile affair ho have been T- H Eo usether Lo fort oironti by i0 seet deap-osr-
t tag toget-ther 11N fr-t frintr by lilt lept te-i-i-ott
of no great moment. This action comnienced, it r ot on ahini street, 5:I levi front by 60 lfee- detri-
slates, on the 28th February; in a slight skirmish, also Iwo Lots situated bet, Ven Plawtuxet and
which resulted in the loss of two Louisiana vol. Cranston sinets, east if Pearl street. If not dis-
unteers killed, and ten regulars anid volunteers posed oif behlore the lttth of April next, by private
wonnded-among the regulars wounded, Lieut. Sale, will oin that day be sold at Piblic Auction.
wrun-tirogASA liIEFR(? F,
Izard. On thire 29th, while General Gaines was f29 AT Assi.neeof Waler PaniCe.
preparingrto cross the river, lie was attacked by NOTICE.
thie mairin body-L-hat is, during tihe day time, we RC NYEOletefirm C f LLo &
-IL 'OLIVR C 1NYE, of[lhe lute firm ,of BILLIrNG.s &.
aire to presume, which is confirmed by time cor- NvY, having taken the store No i16 South
respondent of the Courier, who says, the attack Main strcot, for the purpose of carrying on House,
commenced at- 10, A.M. In this action, one Snip and Ornamental Painting and Glazing, re-
seroeant of the regulars was killed, and Lieut. quests a share of rthe public patronage, and lie guair-
Duncan, 2d artillery, and ten privates wounded, .antees to all awho mav extend to him tlhe.r custom.
Of the volunteers, one officer and twenty pri- to ivce them fir I satisfaction in regard to the dl/
pf I vfinis-h of his work. Also, intend: to keep constant-
vates wounded. i v on hanid, a supply of Paints. Ol \Win.'ow Glass.
Thie correspondent of thlie Courier slates, that Varnish, &-c. at wholesale or retail. m7 3:1tr.T
General Gaines was slightly wounded in the lay blacksilkworkPoet ontin-
luredad'sthacisikbwnksPckof cntanre
chin ; that the Indians lined the banks of the La Ib fle Will of the late Dr Dntiel Thurber,
river for two milcs, and boldly taunted or troops was lost on iMonday last, between Cook's Taverni
tocnmeover; that a detachineut of nmounled men on Cumberland Hil', and MrAbel Thurber'sin Ste-
i ith bread. had been sent on to General Gaines, itonk A 'reason-ible reward will be given to. anv
from Fort Drane ; that he would fall back per- none who will leave said Pockejt, with Mrs I-I.aarirT
haps, or have to cut his way to Volusia, where TH-uDER of Sonuihl Milford, Masas. or give any inlor-
there are ample supplies & nation by letteror otherwise about it, to Ae..ANSOX
trere are ample Rupplies, TA Pawvtucket, or to DAKE NELSOnN, South
We are pained to learn that lthe Georgia Mailfbrd, Mass. 1In7 MTtfI
mounted men, with thi exception of200 recent- VNOTI-C IE--Left lie subscrnl, r's houseoni tlie Iih
ly arrived, had refused to come under the regu- a insist, my son, John S D Panenbiit 15 years of
nations of Lthe army, and returned home. Thle age. I hereby foi bid all persons htarlirine or trust-
South Carolina troops, however, under General ing hiunm oil mty account. JAMES PAINE.
Bull and Col. Bii.l.inr,, had behaved in the Appinang, Warwicik, IMarnh 14. 3riT
i -..,,. ,,i manner. T t)N-Thre uhill.t.' :i'-.,s and qualities, for sale
P., il,.: Charleston Courier of Marcl 6ilh, on n at No 225 i],.
the authority of letters from St. Augustine, we Aimerican- ..i,'. I 1. .3-8, 7-16, 1'2, 9-1i, 5-F,
lean that General Gaines had sent to General 3-4 aIndi 7-8 incrh round.
Clinch at Fort Drane, for 300 mounted men with Chain ud-Baink's liest-5.8,' 3 4 i, 1, 1' It aind
-- I strvetha ,li inicbes ru-itd i '
provisions, promising,should they airivethat ie Aieriiichesn-- {', 1, 1. I, I- and 2 inch sqIare.
would terminate the wuir. Do Fait-|1 by it, i atd : In by f ann 1} ItI bv
The Alabama volunteers embarked from Tarn- nd ar; S by i- and -, a-t bv It t" s as-d a; '2I b lAt f
pa Bay, 1000 sirung, Marcit 2d. and {it it f y und 5 inches -v i inchl;
I-'tliehi l,'lal-- 1 Itv *t andi inch, 2 by f and ft, 2t
From thIt N. Y. Journal of iromnmerno. ,.y Wednesday. by f turd f ,.t by i, f and inchaby .ry
CALAIr-roUS .FsKut.-About five o'clock thir i ntlsMTt* JOHN BARTON.
morning,a fire broke out in there Wheelwrighltand NOTICE--W\nited to hire on a fan'vn in the vicini-
Blacksnith shop of Mr Earleyin i12th street,near ty of this city, a unan and Iris wife, \vho aire
3d Aventne which communnicated to tlIe extensive conlpetent to thev work our sari fario, .and in Ut.e
M o-plyi t IIt~ steetOit'hotutsi.. Gound renft'ru-nces \\,ilI be reituiredi. Intquirett
stables of Mr James Murphy, ia nPth streetnear a n Pin.t.ni t ntitir'int. nit dT"tnt f
3d Avenue, which were destroyed, together with TO MACINISTS A- D--OTHERS.--
nearly all their contents, and whiat is melancholy TpHEr sulbsenrhers wish to Let a room ,n tlIrltiase-
to relate, three men rperishred in the flames Thieir +L crenit story olf the Mill lhey occpti, [,nt -Ceintrnil
names were Patrick Dorety, James Kinney, and Falls, hear "avtucke-t.J Sait RBoi is aboit 20 by
lolhn Coniatay. Two of them slept in the stable, 75 feet, with punter to npt'ate a few uiactiinies-
and tlie other had gone in to assist in rescuing woutl prefer letting to a Machlinist who wotl-l do
thie horses. "Fhieir bodies were found at 8 o'clock their- repairs, &e. .. .. .
amongst some burned straw, and so dreadfully f.23 aT'n fiNEY WIIIPl,F. CO.
burned as to render it impossible to identify tlteoli. \/A.\TInD by the itibsi-rnhe-, 1or tIe tianprpoLo-.
A boy is also tirssing, who is supposed to have nalkidig prison doors in Iris city, a-tr:--
beenr burned to death. Mr Murply runs a line 41 tueers -tt 2 in. lo, 2 ft.2 itt. watid ,l
of slages from Wall street up [lie Boweary, and 40 diio 4 t3ict ila hd.
as might be supposed, had a great ntunber oif ,\II thin- nuove sliti" to be oftlhe first rate np'and
iirses, thirty-tto of ulhier. perished. Five stages WInle 0,ik free fr-ni sap, wane,. spierk or grub
and most otf Ili harnesses belhnioinig tu thie es- holes, and Itt work the full sizn when saitsornei,
iablisn ment were also burned. -Tha whole loss is ud to lhue delivered in Providence by the first day of
estiirted al .$I,,ll),00and no insurance it May. 1183, for whwruI cash and nI liberal prli'c wil be
esimte t 10(0.aninvenrace.,, LE.VI L WlESTER.K
A [three story brick house, occupied tby Mr til .nT-ty LEVI L ,
Murphy, corner of 12t1h street and 3d Avenue, ,ODIiSIOi'POI.WE lOOS, WANT-
as-s very badly datiaged. It was owned by A f--At the Su.nting MitI to tilecharge of six-
David 5. Mills, whio had no insurance. A Iranie ty Liooas. Oneofexpprnience mind good ihabuts will.
1.,iil,ii ..-....-,.- sn ied by M r Van Tassel, fornerly lin.I .... I.,,. ,, ,1 at fair a'nges try arpliculio to J
.,,, .I n,, iI, was destroyed with most of its C.\51 '. ., ii,. Mill or lhi. snbrscrber iii Prenv
conitent!ts s dcnce. .1 H CLARKE. .it7rT3W


The fire, when at its lieglit,t raged wvithi great SSIGNEES'NOTICE-Tie cred:tors of AsIEL
fury, on account.of tne extreme cnmbustiblility of -.ti CoOr, Esq. are hliereby rtqituistie to present rhtir
the materials, and at ai distance had hIe appear- claims bel'orc tlie first of April nrxt, tio ether ofthuI
atrCe of ,,t, tL, -_-.,. .,,ii In, subscribers. DAVIS U COK AgE, E -.
It is ,i.[.i..:.:i...J t, it n a ...r a caused by artn C ALa "iXb 2,Lt U 8 'it
incendiary,as no work hlias been done .in the shop CumbeI, b 2, 183A T OA E
by'Mr Earley for some time past. F FACTORY FOR 8.A.LE OR TO LET.
SM .'f-[t. H.t-IAS, &. CO, will sell o r let their
--'," I' ,coryjlocated inithe Washington Village,
Arpoin',TIEN'rs liv THE S PRESDILNT, by andl '.l i .ivniry, Rthode Island, to spin and weave
with Ihe advice arind etonsint af the Sctate.-Thorn- -... n -,,I. le owners finding.stock. Tiy would
ais Holdup Stevens to be a Captain in the Navy .i n r:i,,.. 'lire l is i good repair taut iabt
cf j. itt -'R:, tin-it-~ul Atphtcataiiton ay he stadec to lIcUSceL
ornt the '27ti .I 'J'wir.i 11`6 '" CiAnlS, who is now running the Mill, or to thIe -ub-
Sam uel 1 Bre,* inl nit',il ,iiir 1 '1 ,,, Jr. to scribtF in Ci nterville, Warwick.
be Master, C...mninri-,triJ.nl i ire N.jiy hl.ii Ithe JOH-IN GREENE.
22d Dece.e,,hr. 1i -f1-3Warwick, I'eh 2611h, 1836. MT3dw* fo2
'Mifflin Coulter to be a Surgeon in the Navy cOiI,,EE, S'T'ARCH, CINNAMO'N AA'D RAl
from the .2ad Decenmbher, 1835-. SINS--ito bags old Java Coffele; 10 boxes Utica-
Alexander J: Wederhurn to be an Assistant Starch ; 60 Mats Cinnamon ; 1I) kegs first" quality'
Sorgeon in the Navy from the 22d1 December, Rtaiins." Lariding from loop Anna-won, this day
1835, and for stile by J T s'i t.;,t\ Vl & ( CO,
.. .. -1ill?. -No 49 Canal street, ..rvr.-'we Cinl Office.


TO LET.
TheRitcnburg eBsate sitnaled near OIney
Ji .vTl e, within two miles of the Providtenct
bridge, consisting of a stone factory two stories Irigh
with about, seven feet fall on lie Wroonuasqinetucket
-river, 70 acres of Landi, tour dwelling houses, &c.-
TIe lacec. is weil adapted for a bleach or dye house,
inacllint- shop or other ilnanufacitintng purpose, and
is loo wr Il-k known tO require a uiortr particular dt-
scriluniiun,-being the premises uccupid for soune yeaiS
bv Messrs Townisrnd & Gran. For further par-
ticul!ars, trrnis. t&ac. apply to R W GIEV i:, No 52
.\r, i. -ri t)i H A ROGRs., No I South Witer st.
1 : r i i "
FARM FOR. SALE.
... Tle one unditrivld half part of a Farm late
no nlin, ihiesncai of Thomnas Tillinghast. Fq
sioacd in that part ofl' East Greenwich, ca led
:rencrh/oietn. Tie 'a; whole Fari contains about one
hundr d and Mfitny aer-s, (and it ;s bcjieved tihe whole
might be bought.) S:iid farm is weli proportioned
fori we(,od, m.nwing and ii.lalge I.n I Iwell fenced,prin-
..itii ,>Minn, 1oee wall, and ill ihesoltd nI good bar-
nn.l h.i i1" n-uir'-i 'n --.I, n' -i.''- 1i. nadate to accorn-
i nr ih --n ',r iii i'-" r n- il i-. apply Jos TIL-
S -1.... --. i i- 11 .1, I, .rthe subscri'r ir at
..,,iinhr,.i.i, m lite Rock. D G HARRIS.
1111 4 Mltlf
FARM% FOR SA1LE..
-..- u.iated in Brookly, Conn. two Imot's
..J it -iilI o C lhie Court House, dir-ectly nt the
".- ....i.i ,i nvioodsitockl turnpike ronal. Sa'd Farm
contains about 1W) cr'es of LIn d we!l proportioned
f,,r n owin g, p1lou;h l:nd, past u ring i and wood land
and is riel- waler, d. I l has ithereon two dwelling
houses, onie a large house elry thoroughly built in
ISt,, one small h,,use well situated for a tenant.-
Also one large barn, ai horse harn, cnaise house,
wood house corn barh r cif. ail nearly tnew; two
nrclarl.t of thrifiy yonig mulberry irces, and more
u .Ii'l '1 raf'led apple tret-, most of whl ch
in.: I. iin i l-,' in.,-r near finil. For furtIher particulars
... ..,i i..,. \; W It; i.NSON, Providence, or ii-
sublcribr, oil hlie prcnmises.
JOHN R WILLIAMS.
lr.,oklvn, Feb molh, I1.368 tins ,rTW
TO SELL OR. TO LET,
\-a: a ,nd pos.rssit6n giyti on o iie26tli Marlch
I ) D 31;, a Colton Factory, three sluries
1.J hC" iiity feel long, and twenty eight feel
I.... I I -'ker nouse joining tlie factory, all in
i.. ... 1 .. .- r with a20fect wlieel and main geer-
,. ..I,, ,n,- i I,'d'i. Il ,,..r .. :., TI,,. m achilnery
o r w ihli Ii, *'.".' ... 1 .. .. h. b:. Olney 4"
t, nnd, ,n f ub. n' f i ....,,1 -,, ii, r.ubscribcr;
I, l ,i .in I In-' .,b, ]oii, I l, ,I,. barn one
saw t iil o ,,,.,,t ,_,,,* i, ,,,,1 i ,, I ,,r,: iw o slieds



il~ ~ir.til. i. t r, -I,,,, -.tnn.u i .',t .,, id
i i,.I -i l li in .- ., in. ,, n,,-i, i r,il i it 'Ih, I I,rT
SI. I I i I ,, I 1 1 i..n I .i .. .i m,
F'r'., ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .'.- i i t l t, ,II, ;i,,Ei i c '
i h I ,, I l i l I I , L, I -I, 8
-, I.1 ,,,I -n r% I n1, \:t -- \,. l

-REAL ESTATE FOR q.1 LE.
S--'. 'l'lie .i-ubscnriber ...i ,- ,I his' well
I l iow n e s a v fo i- --,., ... ... ... ,
J .I A r miles fruin It ]--i- i .-n' -tnt,,a l c. i
i- :,- ... i.acres oltgoid laind, wi-l adipiced to Ithe
n ,; r, n ,;" ,d nlb, ri'y [reTus aiti tihe malting if silt.
i h n-runi i. a itratleihi HilaUnd3 44 leit t'nt and 37
..-.. h ii ..;., L i-th a good Eain nar it atdi ann
..,v.. I I.. r is rilsob a Distill H otise near th(
watiir:. 7If.- I I 1 -r,.; by 35 .idu and IS 1 'eut Pos'a, a
'i,,i it,... ..-. lot ng by 5 f'Cet waide, built of stone
', .I... I,. i ,ii l.. i .i..i .r w leaving ofcolton
goods orft17 nr r -A i, n-ii ,,,r,i I n i ,, ri, ,
-i'.,, .n nrar those builunigs; ia St-- I-- r. u in:,
Sn.,, -n high;n a Co(ir's she a nd 2 B urims.
-For turtlirr particiiulars about Ihe above descrilb
ed property, and fior ter-ns, apply in .ltonr WII';
PLs sIltu RiBEa 1" Iv is, E-qr rs. tin Providence, or of
' ,, -ibs [i iber ou line premises.
,- srif "EPHRAIM BOWEN.
11HOUSE- AIND LOT F0OR SALE.
.a ia 'iir- subscriber vistlnng to leave Provi-
,""- .. l. of irs 1,r aale Ilis -I nsOae and L.ot,
.n- I t ,,i ,r ..'- ,,ii unieel. on Federral Hill. Th'l
.Jut iltifa.- lrs I] I i-,'if lie i or..nt, y 18t1 l0 ack- a 1two
atrv-hoinie, 28 liet front by '33, and a good well of
wiiner within 1ix feet of Ihe back door. Any one
wishing to imichase,'will ca-ll ait illne house, or Non 57
-ligl -in e.-. SETi'' I3AKEIR, 2dt I5 aMi.tf
WEST FARM FOR S.ALE -.
a ''This 'elibratecd Farim is .iuiated in the
."7-: -I ,, of Sciluate, oilith Turnpike-leahding
rL -i *i ... Prouv!dncc lIo Brooklyn, Con. twelve
Inl-s tIroin Providcn'e, and conlailang about 200
,acres of land, hie soil of which is t-mual i miaointt of
quality toany inntie County of Providience, aboul
nine l;ialforf which is t r...l ilh a line growth of
i'vood; Iars large and '.n--itu..... 'i- buildings itereon
in gond repair, and '' utldt lie sold an a Inioderate, price
itf applied lfur sorun. Inquire ot' htle stiibs-rhrr on th.
prenimises. TH-IOMAS H RIHIODEIS.
fi-itiate, rb 1. ; 36 MtFtf
HOUSE ANI)N LOT F'OR SALE.
I ,r sale, a I-House find Lot pleasantly silu-
..'i. io ott tie corner of Carpenter and Litne sis;
tine iouse nn 2 f2e ti 3y 31 f, two stories high, well
huilt and in gi, d orde.nr-ilih lot is -I0 feet front by 66
leet rear. Tie stmte will be.sold a hanrgnun to any
ona wishing to purchase, anai n imndisputarble titll-
given. If not Sol at private sale biy Mav 2d fiext,
it wil then be sold at auction a 12 o'clock. a.
.JAMES WALfFORI),
mr18 at)M2 Corner of Snow and 'road sis.
NOTICE-A-t a Court of Probare, in Northi Provi-
dNtice. Shtrch" 7, 183B, Resolved. That the Clerk
of this Ciurt give noi'ce that Joseph Arnold, Esq.
will present Is aIldmninistration account on theestate
of Saiutlu Salla, late of said North Pr-vidence,de-
c(iased, at Pia, tucket on Monday thie 4th d.iy of
April next in thu al'teroonm. By ord-r -,
W N RHODES, P Clerk.
"- Pe~t-trtv.ilw-. M"'r, 14 MT3-t
S i I t n ,b gy gav n tha [tll, unil(ersigieLd nas
S ... .. l i-oi '" .il 1 1_. .fProvidence,a
d ee d o f a ssig i ne r ,t .o i ,'I I ,. I ,i i ,.ill urea l a n d
prrsunal, fur the .. ... Mi i. r,.,hi,- -, according
to sa d dleed of assignments. All per-s nsindebted to
"said Lang. ai' requesicl to nake immrntdiat,' pay-
nicinti to thIe subscrib r, and the creditors of said
Lah.ii arecqultsted tlo present and prove ilte'ir claims
within inhree ninlis, from the -.iate ihereof, in a-'t-r
to lie enliiled to payment oiut of said assignment.-
Claimns rnas be presented to Ile sulb)criher. or to
said Lang, who is anuthorized andt empowered by me
no receive tIhe sale, and to dispose of thie property
and stork on hand.
m7 r-,rSt "SAMiUEL ASHLEY. Assianee.
XiOTI,' ..-TheCopartnershlip between the tub-
I ..,,i.,,. is this day dissolved by its limitation.
Thie business of thIe firm- of .JONA. DA & Co, wil!
be settled bv Jonathan Day, and thie business H
WriTt'ruiauE & Co. will lie settled by H Whiitauer.
) -IOIiACE WT-ITAKER,
JONATHAN DAY.
W'hat rr.t Mrnrehl 1st, 18:16 ml7. Nri3t*r
C ,) '.It',t '" l| ': l ll"m i ,- T"in T .- r),,. i,.,,..1-
ins having licen in ppoinied by mIhe HonorableI
Court ol Probale iof ithe town of Foster, Conmmis-
sioners to receive'aid- examinee the claims of the
creditors against tihe estate of Mo'wnv\y S PEciHATn.,
late r'er-,idina it Crinsirln, dreceaise-d, hereltv give no-
lice that It-'eire toiunths froni lle 71 I of September,"
AD 18.6, ira>! allowed bv liHsaid hCiouru to inl cred-
;',.,,- .-,f. _,;.I... r,,. t.., bring in tite-I pr-ve hncir claim s,
niij i ii, ,. nIt aulte]ni at [Ine Int of Eli AvIs-
..,iii, inn ,,] I" .-t r. rn Wuhreansi 'ay, tlIe 7lh of
'Si-ptelnber, A I)S13i, for thIe tintrpo-c of receiving
and exantinnlg saud clnims, and tliat we will eillher
if nls, tecehire said claims a' anly tine during said
itlae. DANIEL I1OWAR.D," )
ALLEN Ht)PKINS, } Comnuissioers
l.:rI AYI,SWOR''II. s
Ftsti'r. Mlrclh 71hI, 18;)6 m17 MT: rw
State of Rihods s'land mund Proridence Plaatationst
KI- '. se.- Clti-h's Office di t[ie Supreme Judicial
-rCotrat.
\.THEREAS u i/ryAn,, .... ,., ,ofWarwick,
V in saitl touni y ofK..,ni ..i t ., Sitmon S hear-
mrtan, .li onlsa'd Watrwick, butt now residing hi inprts
no'hlm unknown, has iotigi-d ai petition inl stid Office,
pra\'ing for sundry cantSes iharhin tallegud, that
saird Connr .woul annul tlIe marriage subslmsunig be-
uteveen her annld hitr said liasband; to decree in her
favor, a divorce from said blnd nt matrhmony, and
as, to assign her alimonyn. Nllice is letreforc
hereln g Veti to Inie sari Siminn Sliarnan, to iip
pea" Iil hue shall sn- fit] at thIe SumuJemite Jidnuicial
Com rt, Iln b e li ,lilui an E ,ast G ree uwicb, w ltlhia and
fiorlir Coui\'ril'Kin .... ti' sr-condi Mondlat' of
Atirl liextlit'trshinw' ,1., it tray he unay rave, why
the prh'ayer of said pntilion ought not. to be grnutnd.
N.\THAN WHIrING, Clerk."
East G-reenwihcl, Feb 13i, 18 'i1i9 hfiti tin
'NT;rTICE--Th'e lrhscriimer (fonrerly of the firm
1 ,' (neL-saT & Bliwa,) has establinle- himself
in Ph ladtlilnnia, as Cournnssiun nor '[rchiatt, fur the
sale of American Colton and Wt.'ooller, Mairi/ac--
/ttrres. antd hias lakina hlint slinit No. 4il Nortli Frotir
sltre t. The unsurl ftlchi'irin will ta'- il i- l.crn on con-
silcnients. WASt-I NG-TON BROWN. "


Refer to
Messrs. I harles Potteor. j t'rvidIence.
Stimnsoi & Ileodges, 1
S Field, I-oliem& CJo.. IPhiladelphia. MTOW rilI
Tihi Fall RivirMontilor will insert the above for
2 montIhs, and forward tlIe bill to this office for col-
lection.
COWV LOST.
S Strayed fromna t l subscriber on
the 1tth inst, a dark In-own farrow
Cow, spotlted-wvith white, about 12
years old, rather thin of flesh; bag
raitier light colnrudu. Whoever will
reurn j minr or give information, ilo the subscriber
where sIre may tue found, sshall be liberally reward-
ed fur theiir trouble and all reasoahiebli charges paid.
SF CYRUS OSBOlRNE,
m18 nm3 No 365 North Maint street.


SALES AT AUCTION.


GUARIDIAN'.S SALE
"Will hl sold at public Auation, on lthe premises, on
MONDAY, April ltir, at t2 o'clock, It. pureniant
to leave obtaind -of the Hon. General Assmrnibly,
and under -thle advice and direction of Ihe Hur.
Municipal Court of thie Cite of.t'rovidience.' .
A ceitr:n Lot of Land belonging to .Elzaseth A.
Andross(itmc Elizabeth A. Lippiti) andt Nancy W.
Lippill, mrinolis, situated in thie City of Prvialence.
oni Cranston street, on which it meniasures sixly-two
and a half feel, anud extending southerly one hun-
dred andl sixty feel deep. Said Lot will be stld on
the following i, rms,viz: one halfol the anuount to beI
paid in sixty days, and the residue in ltour months
irom thie day oI sale, to be secured by satisfuac trily
eundorsed [notes pa3 able at B.ink.
WILLIAM PABODIE,
Guardian ofElizualethi A. Androts(Uate Ehlizabcthi
A. Lippitt,) and Nancy W. Lippilt, numinor..
-March II tMrts
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
The subscriber, Adnnnisiratoron tile cstane of IHen-
ry IW.Vitoylr:,. late ol' Johnston. dec i.e ,- will s .'
at public auciiaon MON iDAY, i. -:ilday oh
March next, at 1 o'clock, P m. on tfie pre-nises,
a-_ '. ,il iherighit, title and mnicr-csf that sidc
-7- l i... died seized and possessed of, in a
.1 .i.n tract or parc l of land, container n.
uut .. ,.. ... '.hI being citi at-cd in *Inn
o w n i I 1 i ., L i ,d e s .o f i !, .. i i : -lh '
road, ri..,- i i ,i-.n.ni, ...n....i pr violence br[i ge, wai, l
Stwio story dwelling house, a srorc attached to tuin
same, toge-ther with a large and convcn;ent stable
thiereon standing, or so nmucha thereof as nasy be ne-
cessary f'or supplying thc dleficiency of tine personal
estate of said deceasedi for tliepaynm, ni of thie -bhis.
wit-hi incidi nral char-ges. Said preminises being locateti
in the numidst of industrious and growing laruners,
and in the vicinity of' three floutinhing and ihrif y
niianufactlring eelablishn'.ents of no incotsiderabli
nmagni(tude, are worthy of tihe aitntion lof ainy on(-
ufenterprise, 'who wishes a pleasanit:t and advantua-
geous situation br a public house, trading tuisantsp,
&c. n,'r which purposes they are-now occuctpied. Fo
further particulartl-, inquire of the subsecr.ber.
ZURIEL POTTER, Adninisltralor.
Johlnston, F-eb 23d, 1S36 -a15 :ir-Ts
ADMINISTRATO R'S SALE.
Will be sold at public auction, on X'lhDAEiSDAY,
tihe 30lh day of March next, by vrirte of amilhorti
Il granted by the Honorab:e Court ofProbatv, ifoi
tihe Iown ofSnilhfielld,
a--- All. tihe right, tit.e and'inlnrest, whicl
.- ~ Ahte .Tob Page bad, at ltihe timeof hlis de-
.L..Li ,, .,, in and t o a certain Farin.or tract el
Land, lying in sail X',,,tr. .. r. muterly the resi-
dence of saidj Pag. .nI I.-'.. ,'- Iy! the nanie.oi
Chcsnut Grove, .ini ,,1 i,-_ ,,- sixty alres o l
land, w ithi all the buildings, &c. tlicreori standing.-
Sale to lake place at 11 1e'clock, .A M. on tie pre-
mran'es, ithun cl ii. ,n Iin--ni *. ri- .~''' ir- 'i I t i..r idi
mines whentl.. tm --,i -. \I,.\ I.' A ;,ln i .n ,r d
Providence, I i.- i .
REAL'. CST.,TE AT lUCTIOzv.
There will be -.-lI .1. I ...... t,,--., on SATUR-
DAY, tihc2G.th ol March next, at I o'cloC k, A ,
rion ,lihe pritasesi if lawn if not, on Miolidayi- tolow-
lung, -
1_ _-. Ti. -homestead place of the hlle Nicho-
-. L i n Rinda:l, situated in .Cranston. 6 mileF
i_ .... I'Providence o.i 11 ..- id H .'.,." .'ni-.......
t. ,.,i .. l I Tihe'reisa(n .n,,,ru ni-i-..- B .r,.
OCrib, &c.on the same. iThe place ;s well stu6red
with Fruit trees of various kinds, particularly tht
apple. There is a fine brook or rivuliet, stunning
through the saii me, which very much enhances the
value ot tihe place. There is an opportunity offered
to tlhe nmnan retiring fro-nt nIe bustle of the cily, or
any one riishini to carry on the marketing business
as it i nsuscvplible oft .. l. i ,.- ,,"
Also, a valab'e I., '.ii.. [..- -..,h a groveof
handsome !-,"-, T-. tl. "..in.-.n.'-'- the saine. The
ibove lolts i-i. ,i..n, .. .. I ,-i Is l a m ile from the
first tniicioned place; -.\1., another wood lot ol
young Timlier, about onre it mle f,--.,, lie first
mientrioned place. The shbove property. .n 11 be sold
in lots to suit purchasers. .
CHARLES W RIANDALL,
ALIA),N SIBLEY, Guardian
of the heirs of the late-William H Randall.
f29 11TIS
REAL ESTATE IN FALL RIVJrER, AT
AUCTION.
__a The' brick block In ithe centre of fire vil-
f0 lagce, on Main street, erected by Joseph S
*UBorland and Francis Burland. in the suin-
tier cr 1|88. It conlanns two very large Stores hand-
somely fitted lor dry goods, three teneinenta and
t wo offices, with two large cellars, one of which has
a fire place and oven and is fitted for a victualling
cellar. The block is forty seven feet by forty, with
tinree very lofty stories and large attic chambers
above. It was built by the day under the personal
inspection oflie owners. The taails are of very tiun
usual thichkness, and secured byiron anchors. 'IThe
roof is slated, very heavily imberedl and secured by
iron braces. The block is com pILtely d vidied inio
two parts bya brrck wall coming above the rool.-
The two parts and a vacant lot on Granite street,
adjoining the hack yards, wil be ofinbred separately
and together, and sold sold in the way they \ill
brine mostI.
Terms one sixth cash; one sixth in ninety days
with interest at five per ceni; and the remainder al
any lime not exceeding six years, with interest an
five per cent payable annually: or the whole cash.
The suns credited, must be secured by a mortgage
on ithe prrnises \k lthont any distinction of persons.
ThIe. stile w.ll take paIce on the premises, on WED
NESDAY, 13th April next, at eleVen o'clock, AM.
and will not be postponed on account of lihe weath-
er. thu3 MTIS
HOUSE AND LOT AT AUCTION.
Will be sold at auction on the 23d day of March
next, an l o'clock, r nr. on the premises, if fair, it
not, the first fair day,
...-3- A House and Lot pleasantly situated in
: l- thicPhenix Village, Warwick. The lot'is
Si'about 120 t'feet front, by about 200 feet deep,
on winch there is a well finished one story house 26
by 36 feet, with a good Cellar and Well of water,
witli wood house and other our buildings-the house
contains 5 rooms on the ground floor, with conven-
ient lodging rooms in the chambers. For further
particulars, inquire of the subscriber on Ihe premises,
Terms liberal and made known at the time of sale.
CELIA GREENE.
Warvwick, Fb 23d, IS36 fL7 MTts
ADMI3f IS RA'17ATOR'S SALE

AT AUCTION.
There will be sold at public auction, on SATUR-
DAY, the 26thi day of March ,next, at 12 o'clock,
noon,
A Time Farm lately v belon-ing to Benj Kimball,
I.sq deceased, situated in YJohnstol. 6 miles
fron. Providence, or such heart of in as sliall reQuire
to satisfy thie just debts against said estate. The
Farin contains about too acres of excellent land, and
is well piopor-oned for niowing,.pasiuring arid ill-
lago Land, and cuts from twenty to thirty tons of
iny annually, is v-elI watered with a stream of t'va-
trr, tliat never 'ail; upon the farm is a large quan-
tily of 'frui, consisiiing ofapples, pears, leaches, and
aI tine lot of cherries, of a'nost every kind. The
bu ildings con sist of a largest a I ... ... .- I i-..
house,, hb r corn crib. and .' ,, i..,,'.l,, .- -
Also I,,r.- n said Farmt, i .1 i, I .: -.l 'i
reel .0, .in.,i i\ill besold sep.rate or together, as
wvi!l best suit ithe purchasers, Also, a lot n-f laad
sintuated about 2 miles from said farm, containing
about five acres, suitable for rlougti hind orpasmos-
arc. Condilinrms at sale.
ARl'HUR MKIXB:ALL. Admnini~trator.
'f22 I's
FARM T"O BE LEI'T AT AUCTION.
Will bu let at Auction, by the subscriber, ntorigagee
in pos.eession, on FRIDAY. April 1, at l o'clock,
a t. form tre mcrnh ofruie year.
A lof la uni bhlonuging to E-hmnd Dexter. Jr, of
Mass, situated 'n the southrirly pant of'Noinih Provi-
tct-y, conlmy of Previdlenae, R 1. wviliin 1 milt
front iIhe bridge in ihe city oh Providence," coniain-
in agonrteiglht acres, aillI all llme privile-ges tine-n-
unto belonging. The soil is wel. adopted 1o the cul-
tunei of e'ass, grain and vegetables.
Conditons-'The rent mansl be paid in cash on ec-
ecnlnug Ihe lease, and satisfactory surety will be re-
qnirel' for ltie. fulfilment of a'l t'te emamanis con.
Ia tied thereun. ELIZA.A FISKE, ..dXinix.
ml4 aTiS by hin r Attorney, El'shn Harris.

M ACHINERY FOR SALE--TIne snubsc-ribnrvs
J-lave lar stle at their shoip in Fall Ruvr, three
inew Spinning Frames, upon tre te-nd spindlc prin-
ciple, wit tin cyl.nders. T io of thi-it contain 80
spiindlcs each, and the other t-i. Said Firamine are
irell made snd will he sold lnw.
IIRAYTON SLADE & CO.
Fall Rivrr, t0thnitt 9lh. IS3S ol00 lt
-V sANT'ED--'ar'o good second ulandl Mules of
aboict 2.i-S spindles each, and two cards of 24
inh cylinder. Apply to S CLADDING,
f29 12 Soutlh \'ter street.
FACTORY FOR SALE.
-,:_,'I The suli.-cn'ber offers 'or sale the Com ton
,.- ,'mlIn in iNorth Providemice, called tine Kel ey
._L. l.l,,Ii n itiitlua near llm Douglass ten'spike
i,. ,1t. *it a miles fronm Providonce. For furelier
parIiculUrs, inqmine of I-IxATONtu & COWIN, at mie
Canal Market, PrintY PECK. ol Coveuntry, on1 of [hue


subsc'iber at Hopkhinton, I -. I.
i.1 Gtoaw* JAMES REYNOLIDS.
ROBERT SMITH, NEw Yorae, at No 32 Pearl
street, corner of Moore, oflrs for sale as usual,
A aid E Seignetie, Bordeaux, Chiampagne aind
Otard Brandy, Holland Gin, all under Custom
House lock; PIepper, Pimnintp, Nutmegs, Mace,
Cloves, Ruce Ginger, Cassia, &-c. prime green Ja-
va Cotlls, with a general assortment of Teas.
ir.15 Iwdd
RUSSIA FEATHERS.
10 bales prime Riuss-a Fearthiers, hst,2d and
hae 3d sorts; 2000 lbs white' Down--ist
received and for sale low by S BEAL & SONS.
129 t+r Cornier ofI Hanover & Ehnlm st, Boston.


NOTICE'-rhe subscribers having formed a con-
neclion in business, under the firm of the Crarn-
ston Iurnoce Co. in Cranston, R 1. being success-
ors f Mr lFIntrelderick Fuliler, they would solicit a
comninuance of the patronage of Mr Fuller's cus-
tomners, as well as that of the public generally, and
they assure those who may favor them with orders, '
that every exertion will be made to give satisfaction.
Orders may bie left Will i WM OLNEY, at Nos 66
and 71 High street, or at iheir Furnace in Cranston.
WILLIAM OLNEY,
CHARLES ANGELL,
mn-I4 r Tilm STEPHEN D OLNEY.
I oST-Between Providence and Woonsocket
I. Falls, one bun mdle, containing 2 piecesofBroad-
cloth. Whoever has found the same and will for-
ward by tihe Worcester Stagedriver, shall be suita-
bly rewarded. CHARLES CLADDING,
f 9 Ml~if '
/EHUEN TICKS-Just received, or sale by
Shill WM BROWN & CO.


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STATE, OF RHODE ISLAND, &c.
PROVIDENCE, sS-Clerk' 6 Office, Supreme Judicial
Court, l Fbriary 2'.11h, A D 1816. -
W HEREAS tmie i.il. ,,,i in ,.,J 1,jr-..-., ,a:)
res iding ill ln ie r il n l I ,*- ., ..r 1 IinV.e- 'Js-
pective-lv prel'irred ileirpetitions toourStibpreieJ'u-
dielal CourIN. praying lor Inie causes therein act forth,
ilat said Court woulm! extend to tiI ,m respectively,
the bein-eit of" ant ac for lhlie reliefof Insolvent debi-
ors" passed in January, A D 1828. Notice is thiere-
fore herauby d'lvti to mlmu -evrr.id creditors of thie fuol-
lowin g naied se l-:it' iiners, to at pear, it they shall
csee fil, before our said Supreme Judicial Cotirt, next
no be hOildeil at Providence, within and for a id
County, on lithe third MAlondaty o' March nexl,1S3G,
and shew cause, it aniv they have, why said Petitiona
)ight not resipcciiv,-iv lo be g ranted. -
Eason Slocum, of North Providence, manufac-
turer
Amos Potter, of Cranston, laborer
Zera Cloug h, of Cunmberland, yeoman
John T. Rice, of Providence, draymnan
David Winch, of do. house carpenter
Ben Porter, commorant, of Providence, trader
James Briggs. of Foster.
Joseph S. Claike, of" Prouvidenrce, blacksmith
Jhn I Campbell, of Smiithfield, laborer
Cyrus Leach, of'Scitniate, laborer
John M. Remnele, connmoriant, of Providence
George Reed, of Providence, cordwainer
John B. Barlow, of- do. house carpenter
Lyman Springer, commorant of Providence, gro--
cer
Job-C. Eldred, of Providence, 'house-wright
Charles B. Ripley, of North Providence, trader
George I. Norton, of Cranston, laborer
Peter Harrington, of Providence, do.
William Browni, alias William Rayner, of Prov-
idence
.labez Mliler, of Providrnce, laborer
Richard Bowser, of Providence, -laborer
Jabez Fennel; cernmorant, of Prtovidencc, manu-
acl tnrer
James B. Beverly, of Scltuate, comb-maker
John Coggeshall, of Providence, machinist
George C. Perry, nif Scitliale, laborer
Edmund Masn, of North Providence, trader
Simeon P.Pullen, ofProvidence, bouse-carpenter
Joseph Boomer, of Providence, miller
James M. Thorp, of Providrnce, machinist
Charles Salsbury.of Smithfield, cooper
Calvin Pierce, of do manufacturer
Elisha Olney, of do. trader
Jerahmeel Jenks, of North Providence. mnnufac-
tnrer
Luther Bnffinton, of do. cordwainer
Jeremuiah Cranston, ofCnmrnberlasnd, mule spinner
Joseph Green, of Smiilifield. laborer
Ray Spink, of Providence, lluisewright
George Rex, of North Prnvidefice, laborer,
William H. Gillmore, of Providence, painter
John E. Brown, of do. manufacturer
Moses Brown, of do. do.
William Warner. of do. dyer
George S. Westcott; of do
Levi S. Liapham, of' Cumberland, machinist
Alvin Greenwood, of Smnitllfield, machinist
John Owens, of Providence, calico printer
Francis F. Macnab. of Providence, -
William Tanner, of North Providence, trader
Andrew Smith, of Glocesler, -
Otis H. Hopkins. of Foster, wheelwright
Merit Andrews, ofNorth Providence, overseer
Benjamin R. Tisdale, of North Providence, --
CurieF Knight, of Jnhnaton, blackamithi
Israel Worod, of Providence, mason
Cornelius S. Jones, of Cumberland, printer
Daniel Steere, of Johnston, yeoman
Benjamin T. Wilson. of Providence, laborer
Van R. Streeter, of Smithfield, trader
John Sawyer, of do. laborer
Sanford W. Sears, of do. dresser-t lender
Nathan Hawes, of Cumberland, broker
Lyman Morris, of do drayman
George Hathawaiy. of Sinilhfield, bl-,ckhirith
Chiarles Hawlkins, of Cumberland, -
John A. Paine, of do. laborer
Boylston Poor, of Providence, laboier.
George Paine, of Providence
John Miller, of Providence .
John Newell, of North Providence, laborer
Aaron Gates, of Providence, laborer
Benjamin Burrows, of do.' housewright
Moses H. Barren, of do. teamster
Moses V. Hall, of do. laborer.
129 4m JOHN S. HARRIS, Clerk.

GREAT WATER POWER.
T HAT well known ind valuable Wat..r nlr;tilp,
situated at Valley Falls, so called t, unit i, -
from Pawlucket, and five l il-' .,il, fi.,m P,.vO-
dence. R. I., consisting oft'ru, :r.,u .. h'l .-'i PBlack-
stoune River, with nbout 14 6F,- 1 I 11., i% iii a p.,:nrlir,-
nent Dam already built, and isestimated to embrace
sufficient power to operate fourteen thousand spin-
,iles, and preparations at all seasons of the year. At-
tached to the pnremises is a spacious lot of ground
wtell situated for mill sites-, requ ring -but small ex-
pense for trenches and races, and affording ample
room for all nlied wellings'and other buildings which
(night be required for prosecuting themnanufactur-
ing business. The Providence and Worcester stage
road passes directly through the village; and con
s.dlering the distance from tide waters, and the nu-
merous slonc quarries on and near the premises, af-
fording ample supplies of good btnuildine stone, it is
unquestionably thIe most desirable Real Estate of the
kind, which has ever been offered for sale in the vi-
cinity of Providence, and is well worthy tha atten-
tion of manufacturers
'The title is good and ithe water power well defih-
ed. The whole or a part will be sold to-accommo
date purchasers. Irnuire oif
.AMES F SIMMONS, Johnston.
RUIEL, RICHARDS, or Central Falls,
STEPHEN BENEDICT 5 Smathfield, .
or JESSE N OLNEY, Cashier of Phenix Bank
223 iI&MTtf Providence.
Municipal Court of tihe City or Providence-
March 8th, 1836.
ESTATE OF JOH- MATHnEWSON..
HENRY P FRANKLIN, Execntor of' the last
W It aind Testament of John Mathewson, de-
ceased, presents his account wilh the estate of said
deceased fur 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 thie Providence Journal.
m14 A G GREENE, Clerk.
aMunicipal Court of ine Citv of Providence-
March S th, '18316.,"
ESTATE F orSAMUEL 'rSPItK.im
CHARLES F 'fTILLINGHAST, Administrator
S on the estate of Saniiel Spink, late of Provi-
dence. deceased, 'rcsrnts his account wilh said es-
tate, for allowance; and the same is read, received
and referred no the twenly second day of March
inst, at nine o'clock. A. M. for consideration : and it
is ordered iln t notice thenrof tie published three
tnnimes in alte Provide-cie Jonunal.
ma14 A G GREENE, Clerk.
atrlunicapa Conurl of the City of Providence-
Maich 8th, 1836.
ESTATES OF' JArES E SIIELDON, GEORGE. IT SHtL-
Dnm, JoHN 'r SIInKLDO.n, and ManY AtNs SnmELDO,
DJEXTI.R THURBER, Gnardian of thei'persons
and estaics of Jamas E Sheldon, George WV
Shelilon, Julin T Shelelon, and Mary Ann Sheldon,
minors, children of Daniel Sheldon, deceased, pre-
sents his several accounts with thi estates oh his.
said wards fur alhlwance ; and the satae are sever-
ally lead, received, and referred to thie twenty seconui
lay ohf Xiarch instant, at nine o'clock, .A for.
consideration; and in is ordered uti t notice thereof
be published three times in tine ProvidenceJnurnal.
mni 1. A G GREENE, C!erk,
EXECUTOR'S NOTIC --Thiundersigned hierer-
b gagivns nnlic/, lnam he lias aee-n bintnIe Hon.,
Mmn'-ipal Conrt of tie Cmt' ofiProvidence, appoint-
ed Exeeulor oif the last wnil and testament oh Wil-
liai 'I' Grimnnell lare of'said city, deceased, and has.
dmly qualifiedd himself to discharge thai trust. He
ulierefure calla omn all persons indebted to snid estate
to niake payment, and all persona having demands
against said esnaie, to present the same for senlle-
ument. GEO GRINNELL, Execulor. ml' rrT3t
IO'ICE-At a Ce-rnrt of Probale, in North'Previ-
cimdeIce, March 7th 1S36. RutEolved that the-
Clerk of this Courn give notice.that a Gnardian will
he nimpointled over tIne heirs of Cltatits Heiuon, de-
.-. '-...- ..n Monday tiem 4ti day of April ntxl, in the
i, .iii....' at the hotel, lawaeti ket, in therooma of
David Heaton, resim-ned. By order,
ml.h nT,3 WM N RHODES. P. Clerk.


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