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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
Physical Description: v. : ; 49-55 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Miller & Hutchens
Place of Publication: Providence R.I
Creation Date: March 24, 1836
Publication Date: 1820-1848
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Rhode Island -- Providence -- Providence
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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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^T^ o~rT^^r^c. w-nPAWTUCKET AIDVE RTISER.
AND PROVIDENCE AND PAWTUCKET ADVERTISER.
''jU 24.


VOIAL TrAIL' XVI


PROVIDENCE JOURNAL.
PUBLISHzn BY
GEORGE W. JACKSON,
Wiipple's Building, College street. Providence R. I.
To whom aill comnmunicaiione must be addressed.
"DAILY p )pr $8 per ainuam.
SEM-WK'EKLVt, [Monday and Thursday] $4.
WEEKLY [Friday] $2 50.
KNOWLES & BURItROUGHS, PanITRsI.


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

WHIG PROX.
The Committee appointed by the WI31G STATE
CONVEsNTrio, 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.
SFOR GovERNoR,

TRISTAM BURGES,
Of Providence.
FoaRt LIrUTENANT GovERNOR,-
JOHN H. CROSS,
Of Westerly.
FoR SENATORS. I "
1. NATHANIEL S. RUGGLES, of Aewport
2. HEZEKIAH BOSWORTH,ofW Warren
3. SAMUEL W. KING, ofJohnston
4. THOMAS HOLDEN, of IVWarwic/
5 JOHN J. WATSON, of So&uth Kingstown
6 CORNELIUS SEABURY, of Tiverton
7. EZEKIEL FOWLER, of Snithfield
8. ELISHA HARRIS,.of Coventry
9. JEFFREY DAVIS, of Jorth Kingstown
10. LEVI. EDDY, of Burrillville.
For Secretary-HENRY BOWEN.
For Attorney General-ALBERT C. GREENE.
For General Teiasurer-[Candidate to be named
hereafter.]

Slunic:pal Court of the city of Providence,
March 151h, 1836.
ESTATE OF THOMAS STONE.
"TANCY t M STONE, widow of Thomas Stone,
N. late of Providence, de eased, in writing, de-
clines accepting Admiinistraluwn on the estate of her
said husband; and reqtuest that Gamnaliel Lyman
Dwight may be appointed Administrator on the
same: aind the said Request is read r-ceived and re-
ferred to the twenty ntmihl day of Mirch instant,
at rni- o'-tlok. Al M, for consideration; and it is
eord. rrd. iii ri...ie thereof be published three times
in ihe Pr., n,.:. Journal.
mot A G. GREENE, Clerk.
Munrcipal Court of the City of Providence-
S M irch 15th, t83 -. -.
ESTATE OF SETH ALLEN.
M 'ILLEY ALLEN, widow of Seth Allen, late of
L Providence, deceased, in wriitng declines ac-
ceptinz Administration on i, ..-I i.: of her said
hush'-ind; and requests that f,'r-, D..J -,-. or some
other suitable person may be appointed Administra-
to- on the same; and the said Request is read, receive
ed and-referred to the twenty ninth day of iMarch
instant, at nine o'clock, A lM for consideration ; and
it is ordered that- notice thereof be published three
times in the Providence Journal.
m2t1.. A G GREENE. Chlerk,
Saiii'iiinl -Courti 4 in. iCity of Providence,
iA i,.li IXtli, 1"836.
ESTATE OFr BENJAMIN PEIRCE.
IHE Comnmissioners heretofore appointed to re-
lceive, examine and allow the claims of the cred-
itors on the estate ofBennamlri Peirce, lae of 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 'clock,
A m for-consideration; and it is ordered that notice
thereof be published thr.e times in the Providence
Journ-l t A GRFFNE Clerk. mil
311-.1.1 uy:i A'' U T1.'I" if 4 I I'l r.l". .
M ir. l Ih IIn. I .
"-ESTATE OF RAOCHEL qUARLES.
T'1HOMAS H WEHB, Adminimstrator on thie es-
tate of Rachel Quarles, late of Providence,
deceased, presents his account witlih the estate
ofsaid deceased, for allowancee' and the same is
read, received and referred to the twenty-ninth day
of March instant at nine o'clock, A li. for consider-
ation; and it ii ,rjd,-,i that notice thereof he pub
lished threk I..in imi Providence Journal.
m2t A G GiIEENE, Clerk.
Municipal Court oflthe City of Providenc;
Marc-h l5th. 1836.
ESTATE OF WILLARD W WETAIORE.
IR EPRESE'NTrATION and request in writing, is
Smade-by Edward Carrington. setting forth that
heis a creditor of the estate of Willard W Wetmore,
deceased, and that heis ai surely on the Adininistra
tion bind ofJohn H Clarke, tie Aduministrator on
said estate, and praying, for certain reasons stated
in said. request, that said John H Clarke, mihy be re-
moved from his said'uffileand trust asAdiniiiistra:1r
on'said estate;--tnd the same is read, received, and
referred to the twenty ninth day of Mlarch instant.
at.nine o'clock, A M for consideration : and it is or-
dered that notice thereof he publish d according to
liw, three times in lie Providence Journal.
m2t A GREENE, Clerick.
At a Court of Probaie huldei in and for the town
So-f Warwick,-on the 14tu da, of A' arch, A D 1836.
AN Instrument purportinig to be the last Will and
.Testamnent of RHODES BUDLONG, 'late of War-
wick, deceased, was presented to the Court for pro-
bate. Whereupon the Court decreed that the con-
sideraiimu tlereof'be referred to thie second Monday
of April next. at 2 o'clock, P M. and that notice
thiereoifbegiven sccor ling to la.v.w Notice is there-
fore hereby given to all persons interested tlierein.-
Witness, GEO A BRAYTON. P C:k. mrt
AtaCourlofProbate, holduniin and for thie town
of Warwick, on tne 14ih d-iy of March, AD 1836.
APPLICATION is mad- to this Court that an ad-
ministrator may hbo appointed ou thie estate of
JOB LAD, 1;te of Warwick, deceased. Whereupon
the Court decreed dthat the consideration thereof be
referredtothe second Monday of April next, ai 2
o'clock, P M anid bhtt notice tlereof be given ac-
cirdilng to law. Notice is therefore hereby giler to
all persons interested tt. rein. Wilnesa,
m21. GEO A BRAYTON. P Clk.
At a Court of Probate, Iholtden in and for thie twn
of.Warwick. on .th, 14thI tl'yofM'irch, A ) t1836.
OLTVFTR- i 'RNOLD. gi,rdniaa of the pi r.sons
anid ,1o.A .'fAnna Arnold.Alfred tr ti '.1l i;-.
Arnold, Augustus Arnold, Raymorond P A.\h-i..I.i 1.,i
biert D Arnold;, Alhnira Arnold, and Lydia Arnold,
gminamrs. .r.'--n,-.I ro this Court for allowance his
aRecount .1- ,.id.h nship. Whereupun the Ciourt de-
creed that the consideration lhereof lue referred to
the second Mopnday of April next, at 2 o'clock,.P M.
and that notice thereof Ire giveni according to law.
NotUce Is therefore hereby given to all persons inrer-
eSed therein. Witness,
a2t '- -- GEO A BRAYTON, P CIk.
At -a Court'of Pr.hate, holdieni in anud for thre iown
oT Warwick, on thie 14hll dayv of March. A D 1836.
Dl ErCREED by thIe Courl that notice be given ac-
- cording to law. thalli said Court will proceed to
the appoin.nment of a guardian.or guardians of tihe
-persons and estates of Ainna A mrnold,Alfred Arnold.
,Eliza Arnold.Augustua Arnold, Raynnmond P Arnold,
Gilbert D Arnolu,Alnira Arnold, and Lvdia Arnold
.minors, children of r: .,r.. Arnold, lateiofWar-
",ick,dece-.sod, on "i,. .;..*i.,l Mondraymf April next,
mt 2 o'clock. P Al Notite is therefir-e hereby given
to all persons interested therein. Witness,
nm2t- __' GEO A BnAYTON. P Cik.
f^':(I-iSSIONER',S NOTICE-The subscribers
"vi having b-en artpointed Coniniissuoncrs our the
,e'S terf' WILLIAM HALL, lareof '.'rrwirk,dccrass.d,
hiereby.sve notice to tlle creditors of said esaate.mi fa
-six nirianhs from nIne t.tih day of March msian,. are
allowell htrem to brinm in andi provo their resiective
clsie-'s, ,aid ml-i ,.e ,,;11 meet them for that prir-
ro ,e ,jn I]C -t.'..nr,,,i .j iurday of Septem ber eXi l, at
2 *.'el.r'lL. I' i'1 :in ii,, tmore of tire said John Tiffs-
Ill, .Sl Cro.mpl,\ \Ml~lh..
SaED MUND BURKE,
S*.- JOH-TN TIFFANV,
JOHN SPENCER. Jr.
iv-.' n.l ''t Commissioners.
N"IOTICE-The Copartnerslhip between the ub-
scribers is this day dassulved by its limitation.
The business of the firm of.tOSA. DY.v & Co, wilt
be settled by Jonathan Day, and the business H
Wsiirsseant & Co. will he settled by H Whitanier.
HORACE WHITAKER,
JONATHAN DAY.
Webster, March let, 1836 ml7 MT3 t


NOTICE. "
OLIVER C NYE, uit the-late firm .of BILLINeS
N l shaving taken the store No l15t Soi
Main street, or thIe purpose ,6f carrying on Hou
Ship and Ornamental Painting and Glazing,
quests a share of the public patronage, nd hie gu
antees to all whol may extend to him their custom
to give them fu 1 satisfaction in regard to thie a
finish of his work. Also intends to keep costa
iv on hand, an supply of Paints, Oils Windowr Gla
Varnish, &c. at wholesale or retail. m7 311taIM
LOST--A lady's black silk-work Pocket, contn
ing the WVill of the late Dr Daniel Thurb
was lost on Monlday last. betwvcn Cookl's Tavi
on Cuieiberland Hili, and Mr Abel Thurber'a in S
itonk A reasonable reward will bie given to i
one who will leave said Pocket, with Mrs HAsa
Tnunanai of South Milford, Mass. or give any int
nation by letter or otherwise about it, to Ai.ASS
THAYER,.Pawtucket, or to DRAcE NELSON, So
Miltord, Mass. _____ n MTIt
]VOTICE-VWanled to lire oj a fairmn in thIe vici
t tyoft ltinscity, a man and lis 'wife, who
compeent o t ihe work on said farm, anil in
house. Good refirences will be required. Inqi
at, thie Journal Counting ronln, nt1 M 0 TI
A DMINI TRA'l ORS NOTICE-The subscri
gives notice that he has been appointed by,
Municipal Court of this city, administrator of
estate of Charles Low, late of Providencedeceas
nm7 MT CHARLES F TILLINGHAST


TTTTHURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1836.


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GREAT WATER POWER.
THAT well known and valuable WaterPrivile
Situated at Valley Falls, so called one mile
from Pawtucket, and five miles north from Pro,
dence. R. I., consisting ofone entire half ofBlan
stone River, with about 14 feet fall, with, a peru
nent Dam already butilt, and iseslimated to embri
sufficient power to operate fourteen -thoutsand sp
dies, and preparations at all seasons of the year. I
tacked to nhe Irei,'is s a I Fpacious u lot of groi
well situated fir mill ik-., riin rine mbt sinmall
pense for trenches liu u--- -., r*i ,I jni .i -l .
room for-nll liedwive .- ,, l.... '. i. ,I..nl s I.
m in g h t b e r -I .. I fo I .-i "in i .. -,-, l ..i
ing buso a r i fl I ,f,, r i- ,,. I .',." P,.- -u
road passes directly ,ui c ,.., i n I ru
s.deringI the distance from l lde.watler, and nlle i
merous stone niuaI'rues i.n and near the prenmirsee,
fording ample supplies of good building stone, it
unquestioniably the most desirable Real Estate if
kind. which ha ever been offered for sale in the
cinilv of Providence, and isd well worthy thie atlte
tio ol rrinnulfacturers ,
The 6tilc is good and the water power well del
ed. The whole or a part will be sold.to accouin
date purchasers. Inquire ft
JAMES F SI1MM'ONS. Johnston.
IUREL RICHt RDL 'r i) ?.uitral Falls
*1 l.Il'i'l: "' I I- l'. T -m .tnel'Ild,
or .11--.- t\ L [ '. r '' ir Pl'Phenix Ba
s23 d.- iii Providonre
WATER POWER.
THE Con ecticin' R, r t 'onpany airenmadv to u
Spouse of Water P.I.I. ', their Canal at Enfi
Falls. The supply of water comes from the C-
necticut river, and is unfailing. The head and f
are nearly thirty feet-the distance from Hartf
is twelve miles. Daily steam-boats and fiequ
freight boats ass to and Ihv Ihis water privilege
The location is pleasant and in. a good neighhI
hood-a large paper mill, saw mill, and other wo
have lately been erected on thepremises. The pr
ileges will be sold, or long leases on annual rent
given, at the option of theipurchaser. Manufact
ers who knowthe importance of cheap transril
tioun, easy and frequent crmmunicanion wilh. lai
markets-and the value of ', u ., supply
rater, are invited to uxnrir..u ,. ii...... Ap l:
mons many be made to[tie 1i ..i :,. J 'uii IlHalito
Connecticut.
dio MT6m ALFRED.SMITH, Pres.CRCc
TIN-ANDSiEET IRON TOOLS.
THE snbscritber continues to inanufactire to
for Tin and Sheet -Iron Workers. Alio, PI
ishurs, Hanmmers and other 1loils for copper wo
all of w which are am nau ,,n ..J .*:..',l 1. i ny in tihe Am
can market. h.:,Iir ..i r--.i and other repay
.lone at short notice. JESSE WHITING
Refer to
JAMEs EAMES & Co. Providence.
MOSES POND & (Co. Boston.
W sI J HOLDER, a, ,.,i ,.l.:'
Woonsocket Falls. ,J i, I. i l7 .MTI
NOTICE-The subscriber hereby gives public
lice tnat she has been appointed Adrmnimst
trixonr the estate of JAMuns A.sNTHONY, late of Nc
Providence, deceased, and has accepted of said tr
and qualified hr nirslf according to law. She thin
fore requests all persons indebted to the estate of
sid dr-ceased to make payment willtout delay; a
also, all persons that have c aimns against said est
to exhibit the samine as soon as may be no the I
ministratrix, or to LEWIS WILLIAM.s, her autnoi
Ag'nmt. SARAH P ANTHONY, Adtinini-trat
- North Providence, March thi, t835 nIlO 3
LAND FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
26 2) Acres of very valuable Land, in one or t
lots. The a-ubove Land being equal it
supeior tio any in tlhe Slate of'New York, for wIho,
corn or barley, situated in Hamiltn Co. State
New York. Application, it by letter, post paid,
this office. .
Wanted to rent, a small Farm' in North Pr,
,menne m"22 Tm2
MASON'S V-_WHhIPPERS.
rTz o I_.. .I,. I- l-. ave to return his sini
l. Iil l. r,.,I i, 1 .,1 1. \i nruf' ctuiircr in general
tb n. ..r *i i ,i ,iii .,-, mu ', In. I ihr '.. ,mm rcemi
tor he short timue he I r ,- I i l iru.ul'u.i-. the ab
nanmd Whiippers. lThiere are now in successful it
ration about fifty, of ihich a great nuninbor l
been put in operation on trial, and all vwithi sure
no one having been rejected, and several after a pi
tieal use of said maehnes, have adortcd a src
machine where Crcumnstances iave reoii redolw l
I will name Messrs Slaters' Stram Mill. and D
ter 'Thurber, of Providence, Crown and Eagle M
Uxhridge, Muss. They will do more work and
it better with less power than any other WXhip
nowv in use; in fact, the v have provt-d I,. Ii .. I.
be decidedly superic r h. '.u I- r-c ,, ,.- ., I-.,
picker, to any.other .i, nuu.: ..f l.. kind ever of
ed to the public.
All norders addressed to tihe. subhscribher, Moo
Post Office, Plainfield. Ct. will be thankfully rec
ed and immediate attention given.
Machines delivered, if requested, in any par
New England, at a very reasonable expense.
Sf I MTtf -CHARLES MASON
QITUATION WAN'I'.ED-A young anum, -wloi
1- a general knowledge of business, and who
had. several years cxperi, nee in Book Keepi
wants a situation tis Clerk in somnicC u.,,l;n'- i
Would prefer a situation at'soime il-irn-i -.tr
establimsltnt, 10 comnteurce at any time betw
this and fist of April. "r ,r. ,i.., references a.
character and .conp .- .I.. ,1 i.3 given. A I
directed to A B Woonsocket, will receive mimedi
attention. ` f MI T
NOTICE-The subscriber gives no ire that hi
appointed executor of the list will and tes
mentu of ELIsHA OLNEGYs, late of Sminthfield deceas
aid hias accepted of ihe trust. He therefore'reqiKe
all persons indebted to thie ('stale otf said dec&ease
make payment, and all persons hinviug clai
against said estate, to exhibit them for seltmnien
ELISHA OLNIEY, Ji
Smithfield, March 16th, 138.6. ml7 3
-t,(IOND HAND MACIIINERY FOR SALf
'-Now in operation at Phenix Mtillis-4 Blow PIP
era: 1 Baker's Patent Whipper, 2 Spreading I
chines; 2 Doubling ditto; II Power Lootnis for
or 3 4 cloth; 4 Mtules of 192 Spindles each. Also
new Power Loomnis for 3-4 cloth. The above seen
Ihand Maichinery is Il -%-. Ili. l1 .)rdtr, and sonn
it nearly new, and il i -t..I tbargaiu Auply
ROBERT W POTTER, n; Mui,L- ,-.r to thie subscrn
in Providence. B C HARRIS, Agcnit
m3 MTtf
LANbD FOR SALE.
FOR SALE, one piece of Land situated upon
road near the Richard .) Arnold farm, in Nci
Providence, about 2 miles from Providence, contani
ing 28 acres of good land, about one half of wh
is covered with a tlitrifly growth o f nyoungi w
known asla-nd formerly belonging to Natian .
gell, Es i. Also, anothi-r lot of Landl Iving in Cu
berland. upon the east side of the road ading fr
Valley Falls to .ihe h.-,,.. ,:.r i;i ....,. .lesq. kno
by the name of the ('ri .rh r In i.. ,- i irm, and
the whole of said farm (excepting four acres where
stands tin( .J,, i -l.- I ,, ...insisting of about
acres of :...-. I 11.-.,,llo" ..J pasture land, w
durable w ,i. r -i..n It- nii. and is well fenic
with stone wall. Fur partieulars mid trntins, wvh
will be liberal, inquire of RICHARD CARRIQi
at Pawtucket. nn3 iTrne
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
THREE House Lots on Fountain street, mess
.inng together 112 feet front by 100 feet deep--
I ot on Sabin sIreet, 54 ieet front by 60 feet den-
also two Lots situated between Pawtirmxe a
Cranston streets, east of Pearl street. If not c
posed of before the 3(lth of April next, by priv
sale, will ot that day be sold at Public Aumciusn.
ASA PIERCE,
9 sMT. Assignee of Walter Paine


FACTORY FOR SALE OR. TO LET. SALES AT AUCTION.
ge, u-J R RCHASE & CGO, will seller let tht.ir _".
esi 1 _Factory.lobatrd in the Washingtnn Village, UAR DIAN'S SALE
vi- Coventry, Rhode Islandl, to spin and wiaviv ill hb sold at public Austion, on tme premises, on
ck- bv true yard, the owners finding sIcci>. They would MONDAY, April lhth, it 12 o'clock, M. pursuant
ma- prefer seilig. 'rhe Mull is in good repair, wivih about i Irav obnind-nl ofthe Hon. General Asseuribly,
ice 8u0 Spin les. Appiation ry e ade ti R .SELL "i tinder ih .adveee and direction of ire Hrn"
in- CIIossa, wh s now running te Mill, ortothe s un, i. Mtuniciial Conrt oftihe Cit v of 'ro iidener.
Al- sCrJtbNr in Cettervilie, .ri ii I, A rcerta i ., ..I Li nd belngimg to F .Iz heth A.
mnl .I-JHN (GR.rF. : ,ui ... (l't. 1ii- .- -, A. Li7ti)pi) anm Nancy W.
,x- Wiaricki, Feb OGth. I l .n ,1.1-,n i. u,-rS siltat.d inl the Ci0 y of h 'riv inre
Tn 1, l t 'c t r Iaa ;_It eL, g s i te a ier ,'le' r r 'i i e IIll IJ I
TO LE .-r r .I- i In I, .1 ..*; e i -; .1- f:e t
,, FliT Rincnmi g ," ,n ar C0luty ".' tt ''I ),,ln, "illi V 11 t. ue ii-'ii i t i -a -
t',)., vile,C L g / S anitnii i mur- of ,time i~,. I, "iei a'n si" hire 0 .1 l, t l
,. I to isligt( ofaii st m tuclory twn us'" .i, lrin. n"u' ng n "li m reh fnine in "" urns t hum-it
un. with nbotut in-ye- h iri full 01thi a .. m i mnnh ii l sixt niat u fie l t ueurcs n 'l o I to nthu
,i r, 7( ar cof'L.di f our ulw elhi .lc, rted y t s le, ,tbe rcu by satis i urily
tIJs Fle u!ace is well adapted lbr a bleach ur dye blouse, e dotrstdt ilutS platublc nat B nk. .(.- I ei
t ] in a citin c sh o p o r o h er m an: u lfa c lt u rin g p lr p o se. n t(n. p, ,.,, .Ar )b r h '. J P Bid r n sIEll:(t\ F lO z ub L't l
h. .4 too will known to require a m r, parie (1-r --: ;ar"Ilt t tlp" lrbt A. '^ p l t Eiz- abe
er ncritlrn, ba-ing tie premunes occupi-d flor some ycal A- i' tt i nd Nalncy W. Lippitn, minor..
a 6v Messrs Townsend & (Giamnt. Fur lirthir par l its "
fin ci tulars, trmins. &c. apply to l t W GREe:N, Nou AI.MIN INSTRATOR'S SALE.
tno Arcade, or tu H A Roc, ts No 6 South Warer st. I Ia. snibeeritnr, Athminisrntor otn th silnui- ifHen-
d7 MTtf ___ y V1Hoto., lae -i'.i- ,.l,,.... t...u asied, \ill sell
FAR* FOR SALE. atule uiiclion, I-'. I i ,ie Sli rc. of
s .RAEarich runu nut t 'clo, P m. or rle pr rinuses,
0mm tn nuie undividurl 1..li I...u f t .r a i i All t ti i li, title iand imnintru i ls s.uiu
eh -U. iu sirni T ..i. I I it. I. rny died i i -' of, in
h.l i at pau of' Ea tt Greenwich, o .- 4L i., r-rtni traI -i l i r i i .. iritiNi it
F','a-/iltdi rnu. The n&lithtle F.rin contaris abolutln Oil, ,i l iicrrs, lyriiK and riing sit in tie
h undrid- and filly lares, (nildii is believed the w aliiaina i i, rer h ig hul mide s t t- I a l ine y

v11- i iul, r W a lunn, I io st un Ir -Id, e hng mouse, asto re at ta nich ed totfit -
)or- Diiht i 4' pliT.f S i fa m s \ pr|,. i ... ^j ab""orm l r m P ii~ln eh i il
"" frs wood,.m .wins thell~ an ell ..( *tin ids of,). idw e strious, an gro win a laclf otn'm q
f,- erlmy witMh to Oall anil AE. sdi ....I t, man,. toin ei-r wilvtha large and conrveent stable
gain to th-' purchatser- npauiments male to accotnil- hrron alnaingt, or so much thrnouif as iybe ne-
ford modate. For iminher partirniiuir,' nitily JOn J 'IIi. ,I.- r [,u- I- 1-1 nltr itioc- of tin ]inarsnal
lemt LIOHAST, Esq. East Gree-nwich, 'or thie -iii .' il ii. '- .e .,i -u ofi- ut tur tirepyini nf rmhe dirs-ts,
.- Snithifie.ld Lii ioltock. 1u G iIhd .1-1 I'r wtilln inlr, ni'ii aus. l Saidi premise ln-enr located
or- nl4 M at t ______ ma in s n.i... t of iii.. ii. t "iom and growing t iarniers,
r.". F AR" FOR. SAuLE. d a in t ihe vicin ivof three flourishing no thri, tiy
-In ,fo,-*i,.., n K~ lln P n ..,rili n];iifaciirun 8 estlablishmepls of nio iiit(onsiilrrabl
in- i uinitated- in Broomklyin, Coin n. tmwinminI-umiiim uairn genaisrmnt i i r hci i
or- hlli i or t lie Co rt House, directly un tir mi.re ra.guiiudm. are worthy of the atntcution of any one
N i- .'idni'Vooistocktuntpikeroad. -ad Flrtn ofin,,rpjise, wlo wishe i plesan, l -
rtn. uonIai,,s about t t160lat6iresr ohfLanund wIelI d w roI n,,-,,1 i -- 1 S1i...;.. .i.; :t *} I rc nuse, trading i s-nrss,
on a.1. i11--. tloullnuhi land, iastunrin and mud11 c .11.1 r I u i- ileyarerow occupipe. Fair
c .a. i,,l I, altered. It has thereon two ,I.-..ll. ,, h I ,-.i "l "t--u, I,' .-ll, u ,le- t",eor.
ord, hou ises, in. a I hir h-I -a,.' -cry t uh rou tghly Lunlt hIn, /Z .h Ir i t .I Ad nini itn tor.
1- 5." u """-u-....'" I"i"nat'"e Jra, a remant '.- J,,hnson. Feb 23d. 1836 f25T mts
n. Alsoone I u-r. lIn-...- barn, crnaise hurst. A 1*11 I !,-T R ATOR'S SALE.
wood house cornm barim, f-c. all nl i ntew; t 1\ ,ill i. 1.1 ,a i ,,.1 .... I..,, onr W ,,Dt\L SDAY,
Sircliarms of thrifty young mulberry trcts, and moi- i. uiI i i..ni iL ,i. in,. .by virtue of aiuthorn-
m [haim 200 young grafted apple tree,, most of wih ch ly granted yv the [Hoorab.e Court ofProbate, for
ir are beginning to bea r fruit Fin further-particuhtars the tow n oif Sonitlnfield,
rk. inquire of GEuOn GE W BES s, Providence, or ili> .Ia' A All mhr right, tit.Re nnd interest, which
mr- subscriber, on the premises. ti"e- ate Jub Page hai(f, at tire linmoflisde-
irs "0-- JOHN R WILLIAMS. ces, Inst and to a certunin FiP m or uiact of
.' BrookIlyn, Feb loth 18 36 118 MT6W La nd, Iy mg in ausd S mithifield, formerly the rusi-
REAL EST'A'r EFOR' SALE .......- drc ofsa-id Page, nd known by lie name of
R 'e -ubaeTAber olitr rar alAe n weli Chicautut Glove, containing about sixty acres of
k n,,ow state, near the vi laeol Pantaxer han(' ,ith i all Ie buildings, &c. thereon snandng.-
rf l mi es from Pr evidence co s st ingo ''Sam to take'place at ,11 o'clO'ck, l A- M. ol th pre-
mn- 0! ."3 acres o. goud landi aell adapted to the ,niAcs iw1nn tre conditions of payuin wiul Ibe made
no- I'isingroftunelb(rry trenus'and tm e n tk--n tiuf silk. kt k nAn.,". .O ES B IVES. Adin.int.irn.tor.
tra Wiero1 is a nmilsion-Houie44feet fro'tand 37 ProvienceFeb 2, 183 6...T_1.
rt wide. well built, within g1ood Bain near itand ani "r 'REALI ESTATE AT AT U CTION.
rist lc house. 'IThre is also a Dsnil House mear 1th, There will be sold ail public auction, on SATUR-
rIe. wharf, 70 feet long by 35 wide ard 15 eet tPO's, n DAY, ihe26ltl of MAircl next, at t 11 o'clock, A M,
tid Malt house 60 feet long by 25 feet wide birh ofsiot on ihe premluses, if halr, if rot, on lMonday follow-
an 3 stories high, well calculated tor weaving ofconon inng.
A goodsaorfora si'lk establisinn .nt. Also two dwvelli.ga The homestead place of the lateNicho-
Ad- Housi-s near ilnose'builoings; a Store 40 by 30 feel, fT last-mindal, situated in Cranstoun: 6 miles
zd 2 stores li4|; a Cuoi;(.r's s S For furthitr articulars abu tIhe above drsrib. .io,I s- called. There is a convenient House, Barn,
ed protnerty, ard for ti.rms, ap.plr y ti JuSn I- Cri s,&c,. otime srine. Thin place ,s wv-II stored
S pLE anrd ROET IH IvEs, l'.sqrs. in Providnce, or of wii'lh Frluit irees of various kinds, particularly the
v t'e stscir oin tIre pems- a '.n there is a fine brook or rivulcl, running
not f-2i Mi"tf EiPH.RAIM 1 OWF,.N. trorgl t le siwnie, Wh very much enhances the
elt, HOUSE AND'I LOT FOR SALE. value of the place. There is an opportunity offered
ol a The subscriber wishmngi to leave Provi- o the man refiringf Irom tire bustle of the cily, or
to '" denee, offers for sale his Houee and Lot, in oncwishtina to carryon the markelingbusiaess,
.i)=v L in Cartutiner-sreel. on Federal Hill. rThue ai'n is snnscrplihe of tue highest culture.
Io n mensures 4B feet ocr thut fr. il), y t11 back--I twwi Alao, a valuab Il. I',. i. l witli a grove of
story house, 28it-et froni by 33, and a good wNll l." Irandome young nT li.t..r n ..-i,,i,,- ithe. same. Tie
walter ithirn six let of Ihe back door. Any our -rihrr lots are ut utone lourih of a mile fronm tie
cer wishing tgo l purchase, will ciill a i there house, or No 57 first mientionned p.ace. Al.so, another wood, let oh
for -lish street. SETH B3. KER, 2d l5 sTtf voun Timber, -ibout one half nia mile from tie first
ved -I;'ESTFARnMFOR'-SLE -- ,rnionied place. Tn e.,buuue un...-.-..u .. it e sold
ovr .a_-:I 'Thia eel mbrnafed Farrm is silmated in th ;" n lts to suit ilnurchaserls.
ipe i to of Scimale, oni lhe 'Turnpike leading ir i ( IARLES '.iV (iAN I'rlla
itvt fIrom Pruvdence to Brooklyn, Con. Iwrelv,. o lnN SIBnEY, Guardall
ess, indes from Providence, and conaing ,riiR about 200 of the lihrs ao the late William 1 Randall.
r c- iares of land, tia soil of which is e( ual in point of f'29'mTtS .-
ond quahttytoalyin tile County of Pruvidnce,u nboul REAL ESTATE IN FALL RIVER, AT
mich one half of which is eovcred with a fine growth of AUCTION.
)ex Wood; haslurge and commurdioius lu Idings iheren i TIe bIrick block in the centre of the vil-
ills, in good rpnir, and wi'inld be sold al a moderate price --. e lael o Main street, erected by Joseph S
do if applied for soun. Inquire of' tihe subscriber on tih t Borland anl Francis Borland, in tire sum-
pper ..u..-i.. TIHOMAS H RHODES. iner ml IP:'S. It connams two very lar:e Sioreshand-
Iu '-'111,,1". Feb 1. .S36 smf usoine v fitted for dry goods, three teneinients and
r- HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. a wo offices. wilh two large cellars, oneuf winclh has
For .--. OS iANDLO FORSL a fire ln:are and oven and is fitted for a victuallinc
n' For sale, a House and Lot pleasantly situ- ecilar. Thlie block is forty seven feet by forty, with
snip the ated on ltie corner ofCarpenter and LirmesIc; Inree ver lofly stories ard large altic chambers
ev- .the bouse as 23 feet by 34 It, two stories higli, well above. It was buill by thie day under thIe personal
built and in roed order-ihe lot is 40 feet front by 66 inspection of the owners. Thire walls are of very un
rt of feet-rear. l,,: ; -u will be sold a barganm to iiay usual .ihickness and secured by iron anchors. The
one wishing no purcha..e, and an iudisputabile titll- roof is sJalted, very heavily timbered and secured by
V- given. If not sold at private sale by Mav 2,1 next, iron] braces. The block is couple tell d vided into
Sit will then bh sold at auction aI 12 n'celcek M. rrwo parts by a br ck wall coming above the roof.-
-is nJA-IES WALFORI). Thetwo parts and a vacant lot on Granite street ,
8 iTl2 Corner oh Snow aud Broad its. ;adjoining the back yards, wil tube oHered separately
-n, n.EXECUTOR'S NOTICE-Thenundcrigned here- ard together, and sold sold in thie way they will
,. beivgiav,, tie-, that ie hasubee-n iv tine iHonrm.binn i most.
een muocipal Court of the Cty of 'Prvilcrne, appoint. Terms one sixth cash; one sixth in ninety days
is to ei Executor of the last wl antitestament l Wil- willi interest at tine per cm; and tie renainder it
inn liam T Grinnell, late of said city, tdiecased, and hias aInny nineunot exceeding six years, with innIerest at
late drly qualified himself to discharge tlthat trust. H five pr cent payable annually: or the whole cash.
if I hereore calls on il ,personns indebtied to said estate The sumris credited, minust be secured by a mortgage
.e i make pavimenit, and all persons hinaiiig demanatlde o nthe r irI'ises a without any distincltin of persons.
e a ugalinst said stea, to present the same for setllhr- T'salewlristakheplace otin ne -I .....WED-
stl- unient. GEO GRINNELL, I xeculv r. ,l MT'3 NESDAY, 13thlli April next, at .:. .. I.. AM.
d Wn I' MT31 aridawinl not be postponed oil account of IhIe wenath-
sts 'OTICE is hereby gaven that tIhr tundersigneid has er. m3 MTtS
n,1a a I rcii ved fromn Na'thniel Lang, ofl'Providencera FAi'r 7 r l3 LE A 'P A IT'ION.
i:ns deed ofassignmcntot a![ his estate, both real and FY.R17- 7 0 B LE' A T A
It. p, rsonalfi.r iThe benefit of his creditors, ae urdl I Willbe l et tit Au.tinn, ha' th e subscribers nourtgagee
r. to a d deed of asignmnlt. All perluisoslndebtcd to in possession, oi FRIDAY. April 1, at i o'.clock,
i- naid Lang. a requested ih, make iinmmediati- pay. P i for thie term inofne year.
mnent to the subscriber, and the creditors of sand A lot of Lan belomnging to Edward Dext-r. Jr, of
I,'i L.ang are requested I10 present and prove heir cla.m- s Malis, situated in the southerly part ofNorlh Provi-
within three nm nilhs frinm the .-itei hiereof, in rdor d0ncrr, county of Providence, R 1. within I imnilas
7t- thue ehitled to payment out of s'-n nilm nitr.-- frmunthe bridge in the city of Providen conuain-
Caimhsir nmavbe presenleth to mire subircir, rutoing sbouteight aerts, with nal the privileges there-
s ,1 bIam na e rsne't hesbci)r ~ u u t elouimgThe soil 5 ,wel, aduaptidto thecul-
mnidanid Lank. who is authorirlzed and lumpowelred by mn it" t lou i soul is ted o te c-
Sol to re-eivve the same, and to dispose of thei uroprty ture of grass,'nrai I and vegetables.
t ann ul ste had nia e. Condtions-- rnraThc rent tust be paid in cash on ex-
ler in7 m T5t SAMUEL ASHI.EY. Assiunee. ecrt.ing thre linase,.ad satisfactory suretv will bere-
t. OYOIISSONESNOTIC-T~neqtiuirenh for nbe finiffihmnuit.f1 lthe cocmns its con-
t- COMHISSIONERS NOTICE-Thlu subseril,- la ned therein. FELIZA A FISKE, Admix.
C mrs hiavi been appolnied by hic -Honournbhi mn4 l its bry her Attuorney, Elisha HrI-rris.
Coiurl of Probate of thIe town of Foster, Comminii- -, --. -
the s-o;iers to receive and examinne the n claims of thi tin M eATeT TA I T
crh eueditors against tle estate of Mowev S PECKHAM. BLACKAlA .' ATENr EXTRA KNOTFD
WEAVING HARNESS-TThe subscriber in
uin late reasidimng in Craintoin dece-ised. berehl give no- lrms tiho Cotron and Woollen Maunufacturers, that
lich -ice thal twteelve months from The 71h of S&pteurnner, he has obtained Letters Patent, for their inwmtunion of
)od. Al )18:35 arm a owed yb in sail Court to It," cred- tIre a[ove named Harness, and is now ready to sell
A- ,lois ofsaid estate to bring in ard prove heir :uhtin, nos pa h i us h s roay
in, and that we will attend at ile -Innof-Eli Ayls- to disposedoan urchase i e nht ofg makingto any
rn ert'hr, in snid Fost r, our Wednesday. tihe 7th.ol. tmin itithem in this and other Slates. For the du-
wn Septembur, A D 1836, for the purpose of receiving n mi.,nt, inJ t,,h..i;.,,, of ris rSarness oYer lhose
)w arideuununn an rrun a a itI :t; ui ii a. i ,of thinsRurnless 01cr those
id is and cxuniu said claims, and that, we wll ,:'in,, ino run,, ..iiu I I,-refers ti to ihe annexed certi-
con ,ffus,,receive said climins at any time .j -ii : ,[tetsanl trusitrsihspossu.A-
30 ttme;iDANIELsI-IOWARD ,f annImnumnerous mlhreinh i posessin.Ap-
ih ALLENHOPIiK1NS, Cornmissiorer ply-to tie at.West Kllingly. 'Conln.
AL N H h C nrers Oct 1; 1835 JOHN BLACK AIR.
ned ELI AYLSWOt 7 TH. This may certify that tihe Seituate Alf, Co. have
ne-h F )tI., March 71h, 183,1 ml7 MT3W* used Blackuar'sPattnut irirness,fo. tihelfour months
EE, NOTI'I,-'liTd subtscribieis niavninig lfurined a con- last ltast-so far, we think them preferabioe to ithe
nctlioi in n business, under I hie lhimni of the Crnm- i common kiid. We lihave no doubt they will last
slon lu'irnaee Co. in Cranston, R I1. being success. three times as long as the common Harness. We
tir- ois of Mr Fr-deriek Fuller, they would solicit a are making arrangements to use threm for all our
oine cottrmaance of the patronage ol Mr Fuller's cus. Looms. 189 in number. E C GOULD, Supt.
p- tomnrs, as w Ill as that of the publnc.generaIly, antd Septt 28, t835 T
mmd lhcy russurrr iosce who may favor them wiii, orders, 'o all whom it mayconcern-I hereby c-mtify than
dis- ulat every uxertnon will bIr made to givl satisfaction. Bl-rkinsr's PateInut Extra Knotted 'owixr Loom
ait Orders may be left with W\ OtNs.a, at Nrs 60 Hariness has been inn use at the Stean.ni Mi.l, in tins
amnd 71 Higlr street, or at their Fiuruaee in Cranston aruy, twice ms hong as the conmmnon Harn:e.cs will
V\ inI.lAM OLNEY, las', md is now. to all appearances, as good as wahen
CHARLES ANGELL, firsi put into the lormu. I have no hesitation in r-,
mlnr sTtm STE HiEN D OLNEY. cnnlmending tihcnt o last, if wel varnished, three
s&' T sF-Between Providence and Woonoeckol tumnis as long as mInt coumoon harness. il
~ I Fulsnin budl. cmuanniun Snmicrsf~riah- CHARIIES T .IAMES, Mannager Sheare Mill.
u^h .l: Falls. one bundle, contam ing 2 piecesat'-Broad- Providenc, Ots,1 t.,835. o2 r rf
ise, clnth. Whito.vew ias fund [he same atd will fer- 1oideinCc, Oct 1st, 183. o2 Milt
me- n-ard by the Worc'ester Stamdriver, shall bei suila- RADICAL CURE FOR HERNIA.
rar- biy rewarded. CHARLES GLADD1NG. DR 'ti. IL[,EIR respectfully informs ins friends arid
inn, t 9 snvtf tinte'public hait ire continues to vend and apply'
l TO iMrACHINISTS AND Stunetr's Pateimt Truss, .which upop a fair trial,
nt- HE subscribers wish mu Len a root n thre base- Oias beeIn founi eifectnually to cure nine our of ten
ass. T nenrt storyoftire Mull hey u eclary, [it Coe rl persOs, wino tace employed it inn thrs disiressmlg
T ls, eaitory o'a'lu ket.e M i occpyIn [abt Centr bl omplnint. hMany persons in the principaI cities at
Frills, resin P wtucket.J Satin R om is our 2 btny ^ Sooth antI X cre have been ctired by hearingg
in- 75 feet. a-ilt pinwer to operate a few -machinehs- thcnlstruent fnln lain to twelve minonths and
uer. iouhl prefer letting no a Machinist who would do many itone are now iii the progr'es o" a cire n Phil-
ec 2 ihreuir OrpNiV Xs, IPPL. t rnihlnlphia, New York, Boston, Provid, nee, and olh-
*tin 'f23emT OLNEe WHIPPLE e. CO. or cities; aid so great is the confidence in 1is nhfca-
IeT \\' .\\ l-[L) by llie subscriier, lor the purpousc cy rt theSouml a'id West, that the Medical nrofess-
or- *' m ,I.,.: prison doors mm this.cite, viz :- ins of 0' Phildepira and Transylvania Universnites,
so 40 pieces 4 It, 2 in. hong, 2 ft. '2 i. widei recommend it nu tie strongest sernrs Io the asfiitetd
sth 40 do 4 ft 3 in. losing 2ft13 in, utideamd full For ftrtherpartircilars, inquire at Ins office, No 92
f 2 inches thick. Westtnli)stenr street, or nut is house No 67 Broucl st.
All the above stuff to be of lhe first rate rnpuand whl.re' hIe offers for sale Johnson's Meduco Cnirurgi-
lWhhie Omk, free'*rnn sap, W5 ne; sponk or grtb Cill Ruview,. amd Sn"irandieres elegant Anatomical
are holes, and to work the. full. size n-when seasoned, Plates, and waoere he can be tound by tboan: desirous
mint and to be delivered in Providence by the filttr .1 .,'1 if emplovin, mini in his profession. 17 tydei"
tf May, 1836i, for which cash and a libtiral prite wIn h,:
gmva n LEVI L WEBSTER. ASSIGNEES' NOTICE--TIe creditors of ARIEL
her t nml'T4w L CoOK, Esqt are hereby requested to present their
tire r. relaitns before the first of April nnxt, to either of the
tt pLUUR-1t0 bbls.Western Canal Flotur, .Iust re- subscribers. DAVIS COOKE, As -
'ed. celved per steam boat B Franklin, for sale by ALEX. BALLOU: A "e "
\ DANIEL ARNOLD. Cumberland, Feb 22, 18( MTtAt


PROVIDENCE.

NoIiINATION OF MR WEBSTER-The New
Bedford Gazette states that tile Providence
Journal has withdrawn front the support of Mr
Webster." We cannot think that the Gazelle
intLended to publish a statement of this kind lor
tie purpose of deceiving its readers, or of aspers
ing the character ol thle Juournal. So fir from
having withdrawn from the support oif Mr Web-
ster, his name has been at thie head of our col-
ulnns from lhie time of his nomination hby the
Whig Convention of Rhode Island, to thIis day,
and there it will be, until circumstance compel
us to substitute another. We have alluded to this
paragraph of the Gazette, only as introductory
to some remarks which it has been oir intention
to offer in' relation to thIe nominationi of Ml
Webster, and not because we deemed thinm of
consequence in any view. It is not our practice
to contend with Van Buren editors, or their as
sociates. We wage war against the candidate
himself, and hIis pretensions, and not with Ilis
organs in any portion of the country.
But as to thie nomination of Mr Webater. It
is well known that this gentleman was first so-
licited to run fur thoi Presidency, as thie be.t can-
didate thIe Whigs could offer, not ahme fur hi
unrivalled ability as a statesman, but aisa man ol
unblemished private character, who would adorn
any station under any constitution. The Wligs
supposed from his prominent position,and valued
services, that he would be the inust acceptable to
the majority. Recent demonstrations, however,
prove that a majority prefer Gen. garrison,, not
as thie best, but as the most available candidate.
This places the friends of Mn Webster in a deli.
cate position. With a strong and almost con-
trolling voice in favor of another, many of them
doubt the expediency of urging his pretensions.
We speak thus frankly, because we deenm it un-
wise to conceal the fact. What,then, is thIe duty,
and what should be.the course of Mr Webster and
his advocates? A true regard for him, and a just
conviction of the alarming state of polical aftaire,
teaches moderation, and a comprehensive survey
of thie battle ground No step ought to be taken
which may pervert the great object we all Ihave
in view-the dfeat of Mlartin Van Buren. Hence
nothing can be gained by calumniating Gen:
Harrison and his supporters. Nothing can be
gained by pressing Mr Webster as tile only can
didate around whose standard the Whigs ought
to rally. It is sure, inevitable, irremediable des-
truction If we cannot elect Mr Webster,we are
contented with Gen. Harrison. There is no
Whig in the Union more devoted to the constitu-
tion, and none in whose integrity we would more
readily confide. The Whig presses, therefore,
which are daily heaping abuse upon this gentle-
man, and especially thie Boston and Massachu-
setts press, only put into tile hands of our com-
mon enemy, a tremendous weapon, which will
recoil nupon their own heads True, it is Iron-
orable to fall under such a leader as Daniel Web-
ster; but we hiad rather swim along another cur-
rent when we feel that it will carry ius into a safe
haven. The nomination of Mr Webster we shall
sustain so'long as the Whigs of Rhiotde Island
deem-it expedient, and no longer. The Journal
is enlisted in their cause, so hfar as they sustain
thIe broad principles of tIhe constitution. Devo-
tion to men is not devotion to country. Obsti-
nate prejudices cannot perfect momentous re-
sults. It we may not obtain the most desirable
choicethen let us be satisfied within tile next best,
if it will promote the universal welfare.
RE-NOMINATIONS BY THE PRES1IlnENT.-Prior
to the administration of Andrew Jackson, in-
stances of a re-nomination of individuals whom
the Senate had rejected, were of rare occur-
rence. As far as we recollect, it was never
dune, except %when the Senate indicated a desire
to confirm them This practice is liable to great
abuses, and in the instance of Mr. Stevenson, it
has not only operated to the dtriment of the
public service, but it is a direct impeachment
of tlIe motives which induced Senators once to
re-ject ihis nominationu. It will be recollected that
Martin Van Buren was nominated, on the 25th
January, 1832, Minister to England, and rejected
by the Senate. On tihe 30th of May, 1834, An-
drew Stevenson was noninntled for tlhe sairne
office, and also rejected. Consequeiintly there
was a vacancy in this department of foreign in-
tercourse during a term of more than four years.
When Mr. Stevenson was nominated, lie was
Speaker of the House of Representatives, wiich
station lie resigned, in June, 1S31. Wlhilet his
nomination was -under consideration, and before
hie resigned his seat in Congress, it came out that
lie had a letter in hIis possession from tile Secre-
tary of State, stating that thle President intended
to offer him that mission, which letter hie hIad so
early as April, 1833. So tIhat wvitlh this official
promise lie was elected a member of thie House,
then Speaker, discharged its duties for several
months, and when thle unomilnation was under
discussion resigned tile seal, lest it might pre-
vent tile concurrence of thie Senate. For these
reasons, thie Senaite rejected him. Atid now,
when the sairne ohijections exist as there, hIe is
again nominated, and because Van Buren has
obtained a temporary control of tlie Semate, hIe is
confirmed. We need not ask thle question, if
Andrew Stevenson is the only man in thur Uniou
competent for Minister to England ; neither is it
necessary to add, that this re-uominatimn was
made to asperse thIe character of Whig Senators.
It is the practice against wirich wu lirolest, tIre
plain and positive infringement of tIne powers
.and duties of the Senate which, we censure.-
The President has tm right to require thIe Senate
to confirm any particular nomination. Whhen
the Senate have rejected, it otght to be final and
conclusive. If not, the harmony of the different
departments ofgovernment is destroyed. and that
body, which tIme Constitution hus ordained as a
harrier against Executive power, may be battered
down by the slow but sure process of corrup.
tion.
Latest front Mexico--Arrived at Philadelphia on
Friday, brig Morovia, Collinson, fromnt Melamo.
ras. We learn, says thIe U. S. Gazelte, that
General Santa Anna left Salatobia the 19thi of_
Feb. for Texas, with a powerfril force, relpcrted
11,000 men. We also learn tllat thIe Mexican
soldiery had violated the house of Major Smith,
American Consul at Metamoras, insulting thIe
inmates, &.., and when an explanation was re-
quired, none wasgiveia.


I- or tie Journal.
THE GLEANEBR-No. V1.
"And without discipline, tie favorite child,
Like a neglected forester, runs wild.
Be cautious, Mr Gleaner-handle your figura-
tive r7her carefully, or Vyou will-be in Irouhble !-
In trouble? all, here is tihe very thing; we are al-
readly in. and wislh tir gt out. I comnn Wio \vlli
a uolititude of friends, and a suffering public, we
sigh for deliverance roani the licensed errors and
follies of the day.
"0 for a lodi t i. wilderness,
S, ain r m g hly l -. l A 'iade"
But vain thle wish. for iall the wilderness we find
is one made up ol youth nillr rar growth runli in
Dride lit homnt-in filly it the schools. In pride it
Irnie Yes, pride f-r want of discipline. [it
Ihis shameful surrender of parental control, and
inuore thin shoomeful neglect of parental inbtruc-
tion, lies ai chief source of thlie growing eiuls
which are ursing this land of promise. Legis-
lators nmay enict laws, and sheriffs execute them
-philosophers may speciilale, anrid dream of inn-
provemeinls in the condition of 'nenr-om.riilistl
nay emipose ii il publili their-.essmays on social
and civil relations-andti iiiiiitra lecture in
Studied form, and this until the time of calling
forth the dead-and if thera be nol a clihang i
thle system of parental or liome discipline and ed-
ucation of children, the woilk of 'vulgar vice and
fashiunable folly will advance.
It is n,,t for want of knowledge. for of this
there is a drluie On alruost every kitchen or
parlor sli'Ifii the nali..i.,.+ seen arinuals setting
forth thie claims of tlh. I, 'y disripli-ne aind co.-
rect education iof child itt ihomis. Involved in
business, or engiulphed in fashion, or recklessly
indifferent. parents. /cuaw.but will not do! Having
never been governed, and of consequence never
governingg teinselvesi, they aire unfitted fir the
hirli duly of g..erring others. They see the
swelling stream of childish arrogance and sloth
breaking forth] and pouring it. noxious dregs
around them; iand as it'f deemiug it an evil better
borne t han cur!d, they maike not an eftfot to
counteract or turn it back! ,
"' Thuts ... i ."i' i thefurori childl,
Like a u ,.. rins wcild."
All this is of every day occtrrr-nce-its proof is
found amid tlie disgraceful sobbing and screanm-
ings of maddenied iirchini arouniid tire dnmestio
fireside-fiiund in thle reckless independence and
stubborn pointing of young Loans and LAD]rS
who fill ourr public and private schltools-forind in
the disgusting rudeness,anid boorish want ifman-
ners, and annoying pranks.of the Lilliputian
hosts which throng our village .lanes and cil-y
walks. -
"This Itruth on which drpernl- b-ir chief concern;
Thint'ins our slinie anu nii'rmy nolt to learn; -
Shines by lhe side otf ev'r p.iin we. trrad-
He who ees not nout hri" blind-heeds riot, dend !
Talk of, we may, and repr'bate too we may, the
spreading power (f imported ignorance and
shamnie"-still our danger arid our woe are nften
all DOMtESTIC ; they are ripening to baneful, man-
tIrity in thie nurseries, parlor, and kitchens of
our own native citizens. These aie thle lurking
places of tire foe Yes, thert, in the neglect of
fiani 'y discipline rnod corret- curly triaiang ', will
he found tire IIECULl.s llot, is lalently but
aurely'strangling, the social and'civil quietude
if lthe naliori. Proud, sell-% il!td, idle, rebellious
youthi, ar urged in to deeds of uiilihty daring, by
IIe vices of tle ait e,will fill the ranks of thefarmiy
which, if tiny, isto beseige arid carry by storli
tile citadel of our coniitry'a freedmin.
From the time rof the first murderous invasion
of individual right, to thIe preeient hionr, exp.eri
ence declares that there v n bie no liberty without
subjection to LAW In a Government which is
swayed tv the will of tlir niutltitude, this truth
is fundamentally important. For be it reinerm
bred, that early training gives direction to
thought, and character to will, and thus toi a free
peoplee gives liacs. Hisre is the secret of success
in perpetuating tl-i splendid political fabric "-rrun
MAEN uO oD".n reared and bequeathed to us The
millions of our children mtu.st be trained in sub-
jection to wholesrome lore in t'. 'f-i: ,/, and this
fronm thre ciodle, or they will rise uip irr ungovern-
able pride, aild spurn ing all restraint,will remove
the ancient lanhdiaiks. and willith more than van-
dal tread, will trample tlre constitution and laws
of social life, of religion and of political salvation,
in the dust. We'need waste no time in lgic, or
in rhyme; a spirit of insub-.,rdiriation in failiilie.
is a spirit of' inisubordina.tion in schools, nay, in
all the deparltnments of lhuiian iu einr. Witl such
a spirit goes thle essence ofevery curse that earll,
by sin, is heir to. Frin sucliha curse
"DaJ"-k, anid darker still the rapours rL'c,
And hrang in horror round i hthrcat'niiin;g skies!'
Nor is it sufficient that this subject should be
disposed of wilh a IuIizier's sigh, or a proper's
nod. It reproves an evil that cannot be .groaned
or mocked away-an evil, which, as population
advances, is becoming (riiiore efficient and appall-
inc. It is an evil uncircnrcnmseribed io its action
-inimeasurable in. its results. Every FATItEIR
and every MOirtIER u, no matter where they dwell,
or what they have-exalted or depressed-are ob-
ligated to act well their part;
"There all/ lthe rii.e lies."
They must appropriately govern and educate
their clhildrrn AT Hio .a, or i3v recreant to one of
thfi highest and nobles no.f all social. civil, and
religious duties. Parents have no more right in,
reason, nature, colmmnon sense, or common law,
to train tip and turn adrift upon society, a herd
if ignorant, stubborn, idle, vicious children, no
mntier how attired, in rags or finest clothlies, than
they have to break op-u our stores, pick our
pockets,or burn down our dwellings at midnight'
Indeed, to such clhildrrn aire we fur the most part,
if not wholly, indebted for the riots,the robberies,
the murders, alnd every on of thIe nanrrieless
crimes that darken thle riiosrPCT AROUND ASD
BEFORE U!
"'Wou:d you your chi',l slhntul. I' a sot orduneo,
Liarc.viuoi-, i'ridtrilig, or all IIl se atoi C ',
A fool io spciii and faslhionia.lv waste,
To work yoir ruin a- ih Ins ,wli lUi hastiet-
Gilve h i ii- wr'li. and I. I. i ,, .' l ,.t i I N
And a oil n l a4urel thle \. i ti I-i .I ,
SoII usitlrr Dnik, willing bacclantainliaRn lays,
Slia I \i h;s Ilihea.t, and I ive his drunken praiiso.
-iich .otlit of sp r.t, iiiald siicl spirit too,
PATHtEra rnd M'riHrimtl! lhe r-Bstico'Wcs to You!'

The Pnmrsyleirniia Bribery C.se.-The Com-
mittee of the Pennsylvania I louse of Represetnt.-
tives, appointed to inquire into the cireumstandee
of thIe attempt alleged to have been made by Mr
Conrad, a trember of.the t-ouse, to influence the
vote of Jacob Krebs, a member of the S-nuate) oit
the Bank questi.un, by tIre offer of a bribe, have
made a report. T'lre committee declare their be-
liel', thaIt Mr. Conrad had no authority from Mr.
Patterson or rnuy itlier person to make tlIe pro-
posal to Mr Kiels, and that the asserti'rn that
such an oflimr was made, was the mere fibteri-
tion ofl'i. Conrad. They are of opinion, that
the declairation first made by Mr. Conrad to Mr.
Kretis, was not intended by him as seriously at-
tempting to influence his vote, or asserting .that
others nnrld do it. hut they consider himn cul-
pable for suffering that use to be made of his ap-
parently jocular declaration, which to Iris knowl-
edge was made of it, and they recommend thrat
lie-be placed at thie bar. of the 'House and public-
ly reprimanded by thIe Speaker.

DIED,
(i tltis lily. on tihef il'rir:io of Hte< gtlhi nst. Ahi-
mtrii I Iuiloldrn, wilow oul the late ,Tnhitl Hoidnri, ri :il
1" 1 G c,,'ivillr, W arwick,. i.,iii ,n,.,, inoririinr Ig lh
nist. lri'Iss Frane.si Hall, ji.i.i ti it ul line lair Wil-
liam HalI, in tir tlith ve'ir of her ago.
In War reni. Pennsylvanita, Ft b di, Mrs .Tonuni
Allyn, in tire 77th yearof tier rie, widow il .racoh
Allyn. airddatghticroftiru lhtthJohn Ccirivlni'r of
Rehobothi


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SfH J Vrsf ^apinin otna thei Shame Q-j y l ...a n .. t fI.- S ta te s i ..* .-r. .ir .- r-* :1 .r
|li" jotiill., and p-r-'fec,.'W -.t -icuT.iry.. utnmany
ofrylor Iriends are in doubt as to your real senti-
niefrdon Itn ODistrit question. I tllake the lib-
erOy, thkefor, n.f '"li, J.*1 h rdi, alvow al of
yaor niwnisi n n i -- '.....i right lf he
inhab'at ants of the D'rictt f olumnbia. Do ylou
mean tosiaiy. wherp n ,numay that you sre ..are i"-'
tl- r t, honf tait raingi the (quetiotal] M
D ..:-u ith g Conawress hst no power under, tl
Federal Conseittaion to inilerfe e with 1t ly @
qaestiiii? '..-i- rrr-,"; whicli yout in"; itinlk prop--
rrt.imake, '11 lig, me I F hereI ,' I" nP l ,P
dar- :dys. I am a" Adiiinistrntlt1io ian flint iA
Deleate f hi the county of r.l.dwil.k:
I have the holour tit be,
W it great r(inlwelety iritnti *i I -f 1. 1
(Signedl) >i i, 1 .Jl m %I .
The im MARTIN VAU I'11 '*%r4,i
V6' 6 Prutl; l ,, --t '** f
WtA nt ,' ,,, iM,, e llitio d "l ,
8m I 'e lyht ltn,, i ,, ,1 .n 111. .Lin ,It.' lhl re-
'eript wfyour itatrfitf iow ni" :,.t I ibsia ay
opini'n M 1 tI 1 itt illttilIi p tr f i
Iffrfo "L Intrflee i. ,If 11-i i s ljo t fnif S very in
Oti il |.. i *ll' of I..l.r i.l W. ood 1( S .l ..I )" .r -
W ith, I. |'ly I I.*ii 1", 41 e py iofn i tI n. -1, '.
l0on wih ceriillu atsl~ng oif Nortli C,wrolina and
As ill) thtin t imity inlerver li eftre ito phblica-
liion thoTreyou hav iiv Iy iperiniit'in to hand the'
arrespn>ldenl',? firthrwilth, to The Editor of the
|ipiirr. for pblie-vinn in his paper, In the
Stent ilt brein sio p|biliedl, 1 desire thatyoiur
letter to mne, with this answer thereto, may ap-
prea at the sainme time.
I ai, sir. very --" -.. ,. ]. .
your w.--]. *i rv'I,
M. VAN BUREN.
'N orth Caroli,/a. Correspondrwce.
SHils Exsrdllecnc MlArIrm VA-s l;cas.
Dear Sir:-A p'orlin ofyour fellow-citizens in
in this setiuon, feeling t dvep anxiety a 1to your
viewa on a top!p which nnoIst vitally affwec'.s our
Uninlediale wellatre and happiness, h:ive thlounght
proper to propound to yon, their fallowing interro.
gatly, to which we wish aln lexlicitl a swer.
Do'you. or do you n(t betlir ',. 1 thl.,1 C ...g ,
has the constitntionil power, 1. i.., il, h. wili ,,
abr.li h slavery in the Distriot of Colutbla ?
The conspicnuns situation in s hiorh yonu are
placed, and the iirportance of a thorough linuwl-
ede of your views on tha interesting topic, will,
we hiope, be sufficient apology fr" the liberty We
have taken,
S (Signed,) JUNIUS AMIS,
ISAC HA LL,
S.1IOHN WALL,
C. YELLIOWBY,
SAML. B SPIRRILL,
JAS. W. PUlZINN.
Jackson, Feb 23d, 1836.
Martin Van Baren's REPLY.
WASuaisGcTros, March 6tit, 1836.
rntlteImn : 1 Ihave tile honor to acknowledge
lhe receipt of your lht'er ipprizing mnieot lhe deep)
anxiety which is lt bjy aI portion ot your fellow-
cilixens, as to my views upon a topic vitally nf-
-,t,,, their imiediale weliire -ai d happiness.
and of tle intpoltanee of their bring pus.'asried of"
aslhoil.u-l knowledge of them ; and asking me
tlo si y, i' i t 1 d itr do not l blie ve ltat .Con-
,irt.. haNs the colttittienittl p wler to interfere
whnii, or abolish slavery in the Distrit of Co-
ilmbia ?-
lal in r. .1.,- i -n .-:. lU' i 't O it ,'. i'i [nr-i.,
1i1l*1 Von'a 1., 1 i,, ,i,, *l 1" I1 1' r-: I i 1,,1 h a
Idse a views a,.,, h- I: ,t. upon f ileheate
an.i ina ri.-';, *:. t "'. witi wh ich I., .- i,,.lin.
.- c 1.n !-1 '11. 1 ] -haill e nldelai ..- 1 i .
ye with thtKW in able lilleiq mar m e i B 1, i" ;
,No -t having,had, l,,'l 1&, I a.adit &slhi ir on .,i ,
in J! obical v c nicaillnith IQnn IM aIMMa a
adlvie-'d whether the s nti e -'n r 1eh 1 c 04 it,
wiith havehlen avowed by nj. sA-.. .ii.,. by my
authority, within thile last two years, have come
to your knowledge. I deemin it therefore proper,
to furnish you within the substance of thein, before
I reply to your niuoe specifle inquiry. The avow.-
als to which I refer, were-
Ist. An opinion tlilt Cingre, has no right to
interfere in any manner, ,r !, iny extent, withli
the subject ol'slaveri in ithe States;
_d_ Aain-1 h ..r .r-ely theirr doing so in.
tll-episltrict. ,' i'., 'ai,. ",,,Il
3dtl Tior sa.e nenlf my full enneurrenee in
the sentimentslexpresstd by the citizenus of Alba-
ny. in pf".m- L.. ini... the rnst important tuL
%-whitha are, ... .. -- Tilea te .Cnsliula-
tion oil the United States carries witlih itan adjust-
mentl fall quiestini involved in lhe deliberations
which led to Uts adoplion, and that the couipro-
miise ofinteresils inI which it was founded, is bind-
iiig in h"-Dr and go-.d failittndepcndlently of lhe
force f afgrertment, on all wvho live live under iis
,. '.- ..r.-a ..r. I participate in the benefits of whichI
it!, s li. L ,jr .*"-" Thal the re'atinnn of mrn-sler
and slave is a matter excitesi ely belonaing to the
people of each State within its own boundary,
and What any aftlen|lI by Ohw Gorernment or peo-
pie ofany other Stale, or by Lthie General Gov
ernment, to interfere with or disturb it, would
viollate Elie spirit of that comprotni-e which lies
at Ille basis ol' tilhe fderpl coa)pact"-" That we
can only hope to inniolainn the uniion ,fthe Stales
by alstaininL from all interference with the laws,
,.. '. ~p.. yv and peculiar interests of every
.-ier Lat: '--- Thltall.auch interference, which
lends to alienate one portine of our eCuntryinen
fim tlhe resl, deserv'tes ti be frowned upou with
T-'j.'' n by all who cheribsh the principles of
onr revohutimonary fathers,and wiho desire to pre-
S. eive-lhe Constilution ny life exrreise of that
spirit ofr amnity hicli animated its framnier"-z
"That they deprecated lthie conduct oi'lhrse whu
are attempting to coerce their brethren in other
Slates into the abolition of slavery, by appeals to
Ithefears of the.i master and tI the.passions of tlhe
slave; alid Iliatthey could not but consider then
as disturbers of the public peace, and -would, by
all constitutional neans, exert their influence to
arri'r the progress ,f such measures:"-" That
lhilfst they would ]inila:in inviolate the liberty
ol'peech and Ihe fredro-mol Ihe press, they con-
sideopd discussions, which, from their nainre,
trud to infl]0we I0e .putilic. mind and put in
jenpardy the lives and .pirperty of tiheir fellow
citizens, at war .w'th revery rule of moral duly,
and every tBnILgn -',-n ol hunnaniyvnnd -ould heb
cinstraiined, mnorerver. io regard those lwho, wilth
a full knowledge of their pernicious tendency.
.. l'ersigt in carrying themn on. as disloyal tn the
Unirn ;"-" Thiat llhe people of the South woulil
lievee, thiat llhe few whoi are interfering with tlhe
question of slavery. are acling in accordance wilh
Ihe sentimepnts of llhe N,,rthi upon Ihe sulijrel ;"
and .finally, lhat tihey made these declaration!s
t9 t~iei( Southern brelIhten in the same spirit of
amnity which hound together their fathers and
.. ours, during a long and eventful slrg(rn le for inl
dependencee; and that they did,i fulJ remern-
'.. "brance of ihat' cmmnun association, ,light lo
Stinm their faith to rnsiiitain in: practice, as fair as
t 'irs in llheir power, wliat the'y Ihad thus soletnn-
ly: declared."
...... Ti serviews~thouserpessed and sanctinued hy
myself, appear to me to cover the whole ground;
stive the abftrac4 question to which you hanve
been pleased to call my attention, and I cheer.
fully embrace lhe opportunity you have feih it
your duty to afford me, to explain myself fully,
on thatalso. As anxious as you can possibly be,
to rrewt all agitation upon this disturbing subject,
f'niavt considered the question you have pro-
pounded to me, with a sincere desire to arrive at
the concluiion, that the subject. in respect to the
District of Columbia, can be safely placed on the
nine ground on wiclh it stands in regard to the


States, viz: the want of constitutional power in
Congress to interfere in the matter. I owe it,
however, to candor, to say to you, that I have
not been able to satisfy myself that the grant to
Congress, in the Constitution, of the power of
*" exclusirt legislation in all cases iokntsotver"
over the Federal District, does not confer on that
body the same authority over the suriecl that
would otherwise have been possessed by the
Slates of Maryland.and Virginia; or that Con-
gress might not, in virtue, thereof, take such
steps upon the subject in this District, as those
States fiilght themselves take within their own
lImits, and consistently with their rights of sover-
eignty. .
"Thus viewing the matter, I would not, from


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.. ,....,II t,, if., ..'.r.r.' ., i,..1,. ;,=,,.. ..I..l ,,!Jn.n. g,,enro s and ardent, tends against their mea- press an Grn. lio h. df,!-i dtf Sl ir tnL .I. h e L t ; '. i ,- C- ',/'," a'. .-.. ,.. i .' t'.--.





yoi but allW alith fd iBp oif flthe U St fe shlh enw> whc t- # ol y kn. .iho w".'! i. i** po.i *^. ;i. sea [i tiii As ..'in .;;,*iti.;i i.r onun ot ker notic e of u ni- gntlema andii af l ady~ f>ne>'o m N~. Y r k tookl aT- ,'' ^ ; .'..- r .' ".' '[''^"' .'.. Mr''''
'.de. and t.1 ... the IeIre- atp Wtrn f o hrg pol f 6 o etv-oi'ms in ersal corn fie qer n isWhatwe dema it our iduntytoe thirM at i helogbonlatede y hS-7 en
'lir i" ,,- "'. Ii'-".. ili1t-. 1,.,-I'-f .I I" frII i I... -....r ;1I ".. -...1" .r ,1,'7 .."r ,I-" I' wlinh o iiii r on n ," ', h .7" ides _'. -S Iii .. '. 01,1 1 ., r.. 1. -

;,,, lwi c .lhis t!ri ll tofhe. rmlr o d t tlo e- onI .... ,' owf n mers,,, ,. 'f', 1 s;,, y.. ,,r' r eb ndindtendoli eo lmrs t,, las-lh r-eoer iT ,ioa. i -ti a es r lth ; - rt e -.1 .-- i l...; '..



Chif~ p~ne, holdbegrtiie, m stgo inlv I! prfsi gl an ar t *.l nt10oufr idmthe n wsll onb
iloiti t e'i,, -?l I g i rl i r tfhif licit bij fi k.. ...r (if tie'i)t fo y ..4 i of" ui *'. a- o l< .,ifi' a, *ptre ',c nfuel W l tos e al oh u, b t tlt r nr2ub.eI are friernv.t...I l.ds -
.i., o fi .fPlt o lIw-eisfiti ia n a ,... i i, 1 i,, g f ulpn h ll r. il( i -fl e- .i .I e iasi of nI r n t report c and wha. in this ir stanee areiath uated FroG et ie nb a itncL C, ,ibal otl Matt 1t n -* .z-_:-. -" .. :-i -..



at o o a t a u ssl v r ntt re a I n e g i Sqlb> I r k l The-Lbelifre tiet mos injurious to thetnrogresf so r A ydO ngT bAS e r '.-- the wat arnd ts~ w t I....," wl. b-n en e t i'.,h" e ...- ,id.e.n .. dib-i-
fi lliL- #stlei,,et. I re<.Cwiih d e tUr? flltes{ *.: y ,'- ...'. W e. -- i t "a'ineo f byo n b rnmh ttzea]) h ut witho difer 1host materially : ...... I D; .; .-, : *,- ris-e -fi8, ...r,
,,*', i1,.. p, ,.c ,iiti i ll mi, W e (fl 6i- ,r -itf er Y."'s i tI ; I W tht < # l j ,ls i rw i in l I -in F ,: -a, -.( *..1 ar': m*,'b.n t..r ..L, .no t ce o m ret.y co.. pisz lhi s s A e w as on her passage -p the s ,r, n -. ---"d t *- C. -
a i h the, l t nin i 1. S e w r .. e, ( ,n pa ,f | p ... ,, th e indI vit n e c e s uary to se c u re ht, parIgr e T u-esd a y iI .be- ze n e c e sa ry to ]a ,.id lrs p -,i
ill h i g l hlieB ad I l T'reith r t hora n rtoent u, s he h o i ntal Ii a l ,-if e m(in tol, v. den h oa c rt d holdo e rw n e is tas ittleuor an ono- enda r y o ff dist re Poing a t aken ple ser ncehit s r --- :F -p, ..f
yt(, 1 ln t illeth p.f,1I),.- o ille rOSt( tle nn win eb l iby oly la itr w a 16 f. l nsted a. ,, in politic, or kn o uhertopics of ni- agentlesaan and a lady4 from e Yp rk_ tt T- r', -. '. r
iim)i ..l.srtd. H~t|,f lt he desiKe.fl flirt ptli,,B ftf i e dsrgiinst Ibe pplt. rt ttf gtte Bffl.llw-h,,liaing vesa ) ^,,^,, What we m y .:fi-r is not the 1hei9^cr setsin tl~ oilrbnal atlne yI 1,. '" ... *-' 1 .."1.. lu

ian an Ir_? convicto I I I IThoI.whf d ubt n ion l. 4-4 -1 "'.o of"Ut vai gt e ns e rl e 8 ie r a d c nu in n u ls e m s a se t commuin; o icaion. he..;ik-verritr, % .- .*i.:
lln. l w lhie h ia fa vorable to tni re a Ati oo tnf ks.oIl v.. a, co e O. flehJf, in t i. w it- i.... 4,pucreiy ..e. wi th I .o.e, w ho of n. per oiflar ir d n leFlars r l,1 ensof re Iea ir J',- i, .... "Io, --b,, c .i -u.e, V, pF l l'V< .N.. ,
(lu i> is lf yild !,d7et xrsc ii et] eilr IllI.. in pr., f rm ed n af l rf d .. ...h". Wil "in cas ,sf l n /bts undw rin ut of a s is a rge n e cas-a T ia e insl.nt the boat, urincs loaded, bi an be .
iit fill lhe 1'rrid, tisi l C l,>ir 1ef ifriA. the a yd u 'n- oind tlt. I sos fli r e filpit) ff itf i h aresso ly, h i Jlld l08, oea lous, but temperate friends lwered, lle forward cra-ne gave way, and the. "'.. .. ,'-,, -,'. '..-. 4 I",- ;.-1 i
.*finmprotnixin "*oppn.)Cnt of asny aBll-nipl, n ihp aelin upnl !tr |pIl'niliilflff ftfi.,.<-.,.'; i,,.lhn rir m l ol i O BUIti C l Thefy regret these v(ru. ineaslires, b'nw of the boat, with .all tliat it. cn>laned, was FI, .< .'. ",.i ._.r .r.: .. .......* "*tt ]B
pa,!ce in ( he mo stere a.--i y mlav y i y Dnssre or a h, s wh ich wt zelb nwi ,l. wm.m to K t].aThey riallyr wf0i ch iost inr i s to heIpr ogres suddenly t ne ea th td e wnt an4te h- i s ,er t i an




tfha nrb aant ther wis hes of tlise lhkvly tocmlnofis exmp t the con l /t~inu nce of1 whlutic w s e sireial g. .. etgmn n d wih"wo fth rwcw r is fune ral.wille r .mBaitnd~l zt e wr.e INlvr, r
i is e m; l. ,ofif. ;e ,n thr! U on. ,,l terv, heate iney create a m d i o s w >n w..pt awayn by the wave,, wmir ch wnen then'run- s ,nMr.Dan-e-IeH i- rw s-, a... ,- n ..,- a u... T ,.h F.-.o.
The "'" eca..liar imdl an c l 'f the d je ctl n duat h.-etfull, I hiss; giptlno eooflsntr J,., msli "I" f-ylb, ,.I'beuc l e"nt p-1tiret- rorn es sar yLt securmid t sus ion s dayeitbe came ness a ry t a sometpas- I -, r ..L, f- o We,
d.i',, *, et-awch .t, reyu ist .al ,I ,Ow iets rfof renea my n witli m ly re ql ila d Honit 1 ir wllich s ,tr insi U- ranicehi( e i ft' o loif.ed, and from h unio d plant- sing pretty high atnder he influenr e fL ;a nltrn -. '. j Ji ,- '. i ..',11, .
with the subj ct in the Slare.i where il eoists -n likn. at r (d nddw e t, I hiv wceI' involve thyourelves ing Ih emtindyrd ol truth upon immovable foun- wind The "elriek on.he drowning, pssseaes, ^ 1 8tnihfid. 2h ,ilt. Mr .-naan dl ets.,
[i saying that I lendler neither tro them nor to ill Ahl it-odhium Bllictr of e.i<.lt'dil t i evtde a c m- ,,ii,,,, 'Theio nv i d doopoweriull to slo and t cy af distr fess, bW run th e par n (d ,,hr h yar of h a ew.
opinoll, abfilie-pres dthe, ar un a n % r n feet -ey arhavsIltr s lts, ....UOnln, ae mb.o d 1_ w ....... .... the sa team healand muartled the i'.".-,',, .r *_.*o .
mvo_ anp pledges, bii desire oinly seotrd npin paott w n yh U -t im nn as d lie pi nt oart -, ..7 .I I .h m .T ew tlerehIr....tr n e o sr h r psm in t e t l t e ed the p .. .... I
lthe -s n a~ff d the mG ...er.n m et ,e lrllrew foAnid I. ml nrdd .Ii'- a y f p l ts cusion. Bmu tess wdamst are the hins ta.n t therb ilat the se lat e ,;' -a n :inbe. -- -!i -- i .t...... i;eis tehr.ih sg, --- -
GIllsd inlll a iv leriu dinrlliy, and thi e h, e a snibt r a in arep Pe o fl i ei r ianlls hul o en sely s oii [ ,. .e n, c h p c b u- *J geOl W.eHa -rn-i *)
jtat the o iskl i er w Arled lel to cll p a ln of ira efet u t Ihei prnot owmir andy on l aiol, s o,,l,,ti, y.U 'y f Tlh', i lor eacruel s wh h n i zalrs b enin h a te aind l r ed, hu forwardtcrd dreen thee a ,,anladtho Ih,, e -o ,f r ia .,-,,- .X Ir, csz r


0rejucine o than se tOlfd an t e op r ccrl o tii d t ll e o of uh0 i l tna i r mson.hl eo....h. ey ;. r AT Wr frdrt m.5et these uliqura ns. rden bow nf orsont wi h o allit i ne, wa .'. I., '. ',. It- 7 rII, .: .. o.il I -
~ty~ he I isudenl plngedben athulte wiath the sebet, d o I lire in e sti ns, wele icfl vee co pled tao flit % Irie o- (t he l new ie a mids llae d s nshh h a nn n sas th o wa tIe w & I r .. I.1.-w-.i.
d sre (inf o n yvto l ain s alto at ie o feen ADn u pt t s e I myinn e"ars hi e rA( u .the pr g t ,. I nere inl ei oii o s in ,, h s o te p g reeene m iana ndi, n t o to ft h e rewi:,e Hif u ea i l .. ..y. .ie atn d da t i. I I D i f *; ,r eb.. sb


ofceptihunbto tagain rst ith e d isfoo a f tir slve-pow er rifit wthe danv ~gwer, i llj O o i rsth. it is th.-. stic d o'f noaldoutar;bt e T ati eth ey cni n rea e radi ison inu s we pth awayb y t hs e w aw r ves, bwhich "Pe CI psaIn I r-. r Da .el F A 1 .1--, .i i -;. f.. &'' .. .;
I!v-e .Lt e-,,as ol aol s we ith e tirc d er noo d, m ake t tend by the wh -n I h boond vfn c tl w U iiwo rn arind to ,lso Irv n u T a th za ic miidd for e eh niar y oleW o llee .e aprer *n-. r;,,i ,] ...o. d, I.1. I a .
it r% d lty I fen )oresistil e ei-a ioi n lo ex r ui s terof e he fn ir tl A n dtslllowe r er ti,,d o ilbj ti .' aeci.fny.lie M "t*, p ant. s et di lei ghion s B nt h eitr .a nov d ith wat,.,e sa.,p ir lenl e o t ,tlr..le !.. -1 .o. !I,. -..i,,.I .d--h,-b.
Wpillio th oe stjc inhe Staessd whey re it unexist n l i-m p;ar ounde, 1 lw ioi tht inv.'lve themspaves ing tire la. tdaleo ticearuteuo e mbr aced withi wn d o.e Tahe shriekt d iuclllerowning asle. riii 11 8',' iflitfluid, 209h insc.tfI r R-nat N ori n
subject[ i thn tn theDis, I Tenderi lysll ,. .t'arnd a c-y emedntrhsbugltot i h eew as o fr" -.



r aon, th erp esi on e le f arelilw in g con ildatin oits, eiat r hontl o l tin, ranite soodlist,-eliedie O w hih id t h? iene ono t wi neir de bendedpway ,a thiug u whl e l he Irl .t rd _r r -, B., a, ,rt

-thera eo i ththy il if t o i n wbi c oh U I re i A n h boe d rf h evei r aye e rof et eo aindf irenctrlieuteirn, andp i pair snIerb mtruns turh e h pes Fof e g entle was etaol ee,; to- roch n ro,,.r .... li.tron,-..', rhooe ,i.,;nhr,o p tin ri d.,,i-
na e ner i ripli rldain e r tr sntl e, a nd nt l ol MliV llus endissor Itr f ierlnleony w ll d hb r is t tirits of o ur chuet tr ,,efno Wme dsi ussietiota o l wetrc h espou th p oater Ieie n H .....-A"nrimen....PRTI i f 'E, P sbii .
jvie of i]vr whloudl be rr tl nter o thak M rSe t p ill, e by p le th w el ofre fo r adpt h y re Whie n htl .a i ed wit art he ml o e i- w n e -q up *- a^ ,t a
tpUrner thats holde x i eing t h ecie free r b eI oruoin i ln- ofne ati- An1 Hf h e-. I
top nlohn sc a cond tove hes eo, wnt o ed L e rlis csion Bt o re a ethed to .et-ad, wiThn heyii, a re t of. pe[,ddng brig A .ae :etat h-oo ns otI








Ihe thnon- tatn eho uldin Solepin -ion hfprb n readmi pily c inindr lindme lltm l'" i ii.ili e n e d since e i an llei opini no they ma anticale e ea e ve asse n e r n mob a d w s ressd n a th in-n ta "c r., ",. *IB *(.-'. 2,e *. e l ,ei,,bm
chice ito lilt! ovter, and 111r-Y may be cs ded, ras cusrenghih w the n o nd ot oth l kno t *n it %% 0 Lao It re. .1 I- r ,it Y%




3dly. I dat n bth r~ef r d lelievt t e a bilition of tis neraE NAo fr fen l [NA INDUTlio t Y. Vnc i dn, Of w, *n mi pei innl aec nr e in' sanlr11" wih ea t o" promf'n orand h ands med, o doOO lba ~ ul-oti 11n
hamtjct tCin e, tl u the ofollw binr go af s wuralins, l ay tArwicso T em a g We o n t w betn s boa dlind waw ie ner and eust ist tu G wt r










vponat Ihe speopl of M1a cmr, m l d ed Virginia, rint Thonor al y il M OR NING, lA C 24 18:16. amyn th.ms elu rinso e prn e; onst derable shIeadw of delpo digh natue whee s bad r Avis Brhta, e York::s Alrk, tou
nho th v eretisli obton lesbas ai klyppr complain ofaitos i strhercontinnane o VANn B ie hallion bythe sti in. IurglinIof tur wfellow neines We n I i a8 KI WH ta.RJTh, N t.r IIan Tsax i.ed bgin "M orn,<




Statm thoroceslyion vicd ofut D i ti would not bae ills. VJ uniuB o Ai m.I or Hrall l,-B r Weriganllu voteM ol* f thve ifou e y st day en, t o t ah nd the getre c tem nsk of recfovrt ng le lo ngbote nw ..-- ---- **" < a-^
en adne, ecptho u pon im nen expriessi n c,,di~i, n tha t he l erofMr Vanm B .rem t willand he P^en tet'llprovidinor the mentedliut of ors. Tch are bh i ng a f od swith ant er ,s e the o r, FO. ml. N'-,_,iOR ,K- .. ..
e ci o xercis e no h poysfVew- h W ouiiu n te a o l fni on *: now h Hudry n op the caue o eun be d r, and for aswe iuhtl.-hd Ie I_, Ie t- & SaadvS.>.. -TO







Ihthat m e oitll a r nint p iotn t'he cnsimo i wtul, in h J, dt, to C. ito pp ed te is en ds as eqe alor beuniml h(ew n(\rT lr'^ dlndy had nor I 3B. c. -). Ms .Jr-a s. r





'* 3(ll 1a do Ls in freom hdo e in t o n thet it is the the S *.Nouth 1. bu h y ar IO alra iM K.led edt d e vic tory Tllic li h w l me ndma ently off c the Hou ulnforwtun hartsl rfto beromp nd ha d thore c dof r dom to'.ii :M .r S rs-'l e.""'"' boardt an e tiK
f ie. y in ia i otahohe oinr f Cthei ol rid a the U WhndaTe-rvinlgend be tn compellereo&, nt.ir o oare aon ine. 1 rcnamdn thedscuse sioso m th- spnon b oa h ebe t th i h do of. I.h atW % "t-J -I...
t f e w: ....... I.1-nst the rol ...... acrittaboo tht withitha tdm irat tn al = oftt Va e. arera d da "' ye-1.ae es o -er;et.,., h li- -. .. r.. LI, I.. .. E ,







sire wise of thioue w holdia s spw citoeeo partem y Cn m r m -r .r ha d "'o a o" 3.*...*IY U.'r, 1 1'.A 1!. '.*e I iir r* U r.
tythed. r t d the a nt of precedins dlete ,, or ittoldntiathes ar in ed thwe re odrs a te ydare neis no htheosufferesewhfnd f oe wo% s u-har d t c CON! '- .AC







i -p r L.that Ide-s olden thete gso, u h y n lds ple pooi nd, oA ehow ver, td)l twirb inc--re W ( q t e ilban t rf oliI as ndo l oes indtia e e i rman- d, w as tthims lreasis orat distesl ed aw t o i f afC h tr ...... I -t%. ,' wIl t, kF... ri t







xc tio ut i toe l n uer, rll iw-ed cotir. s ais e pof r t n r wic l dangee rn w lSA t he t,. H ,r o 8, !he s lonut FLubt.' ht thisoRIDA l sayRS ., we the aesta le wer of der soadin at e wa s r ia A. v.. 'I ,.- entp..rD. w .... f i t Mark., t .c.e.
o aw to c aesis or the Disrict b c edea sre n thenl w o d the m itd. u n tho a to o du bte ph n thei ea i y thsi ed, ina s imn t he rwrg itg the Adjerne oine forong .ardead th e 12ll. thr"n .. ,:i., N s 6e anIR. t-i ,rA,
my2dly oterol Li th e follo h win c ons thiden at n s, art aer urth i n iAtteI. T rerha l'i os voe ofrnpledgr ther cu e non t horou M r en -
s uo j ne witeible iotr i ne to perfia, a n ot Irt inb a surpri e w c tha o r p at bN en it w i des wrhyn nthi be utill o eu ar lyi fr e i n n;ta ee p eontti on g a Tes toe t ln aeiar ms nto th l a t w h ie, w assi s o the o l er, .t C 1 F O r ., n.. e e nior
I< o t he p eaIr p i t oa t n f it h l i ini naheti n hon ra i u ft hr t b d c b t ,ean ot e ost e o ien wistful l y not, wine h buteay althn g the wlie t a u e ra c' u, o n I e' tm.: slLi ewly,. i
a ndnh at re m ai n s, will i n e vitably bl a strtheVfai r-nc o uld riot .Dit h- lrA..olorya l ,.
like oitlrident tlh t i l i m clin o state "olh io1 v consid era t'ion w liytuiflorlr nbelenil f eor 't fhrw see e adso u it s o ne s th hof nf h s no pd; the pilo t an s ,,n d terl, were ho. ni sl o.p. Lal*.L h.r,--* P.- un. z m t 'ldilrlm,














title oliat nionr (, Folo11 Federtin q ua l dmbeni Aisl c r FAnisI tkbdn by i0 m, to secure ll on IordHt had npxas n nt b and im a lly future t oro, er..Pndy mad d.ifh g t; w a tK'-C so. etm.'.{ ,in e t;^
I lade In it la%,iun o Int h o so and that fit sol thersrO oT at thetr buitpethihe t p e tso Ju ou ri loeai. tTaef sigoth atrend ns wfh u e poratc rile e n h ead ot e im- c on A NE ,red ; ,a- Bil. i ,nu at
,,n:i e sts on, hd bpnast a he pprieheo hi yfc the Vrl T cor e A N URa a p ob weill ns fouit aow e ings by e s tbenh tf Tie endtl helt a- -fL His o ering the boat. w Ih. i-. a 1 w ar i Ta II, isfn..i
prtattp oft hose hodi, n g il t hl is speietsw o f'dprothaer- lM iessrs. that sAit -.nsup I fhsaa n H ll as )hn Faillfin o ". ''I I--Il.- 1lW 9TN lfro











tins t eri teo h ptt d n the ewsrs, ndlitih t ha o o Yellct o wye aort Uns Srien i andre n aeste Isoifhe, net h e a ou res.f r int h ih a re wia tow ar d hise dsf awa. T he m omen t his wents h aRr L. S.' ,. Pl-.I TO:.-.i, ra P nrETal,
excep ion toe tiol ey fesl, ti ;s "I t he North rejpoicy To le arnw th d ne ehas twrol, o jIIIne'LnteboBmscrew w the a s F O IDA A Ao ;te o sh g od a entl w oh ier bii frmr h'r e 1'. a ,tA,-i-? a,11I hiMl-. et' .
intons^ are erroneou all 'Io areI--1 co mi:e Ipo ;h ,^T^So --^ -*S ,. -1 --ol &-' 't
gf thato Conghr ans tove ition te rintot ob e hchlI-c-14- esud, chll ound o. ntped. o eou t ats I rie ofore lnebop'd'de f fioBrts wis d e n cesar rilyu did db entw enya aop r a


















accrtd in suaeof public, with reaidiseverertdi ledby a entire sati e tr any ae, wh ni know ylientmny a py ar S.tfy whiwh the n- llowing M._ D,"'"--" -.re" .f "u." ,,.o ln-l ......... i.h tn.h t-d l 'i...Ae TKrs nerE iz m hean d-r ,
l yr toy dto tchr e rf tffe pileople tholmt he bon "" ole o a ti r -,oe be- "dute". "ancd b Ictry wo i h winperma.etlyaiz cttei stantwthhe rts prmpin d an dsto5 1 d1 Ak At lnt,,i
le is cn no thal es gal dLteat ee o n oftiserta' a ifnir niOe sp e of V th puin tr ioticR fAtLo n tee "tA h gehe r R her. "keof ther ompaatte.n tinttoeiti'e.shcn g ind n esforw l d evi a'dt eEere TH 0 r. D eoir
Alu laetr intheDis trictr the rf hi ,uba, aol ainst Vhei hi ure pst P S oEC B hitor s c hellso qotestn ndhi esles l.sten rily al Grcaybe We prot o man gei meintod to amnoisb te nat eiwenlounds cTN Tew at ,hipn t d k Grenocik r.
o s p opl the oMlyr sprin o an A ufV g ni d been 'lusrap e ( To w bufhet inw a ts leytdi ftoe d away t ero a r i.........e.ab en.dy-. W.i l fs n ".-'. wt blhr fsrddF









trati eof-es hpiuhe po w ,n ter m I o lvest Tt) wo i t the arhwe l Alban Argnsis oh th esd inyormweion- he las ta e hr d despod natur was Foren td a nl witho vir Pd fTre o mmendtionh.
wtee ie p ar, s at the ba of Ie ou h ri l r br,,pet;ran .co asl roa laet e o aprIti.es uploe n th e scal e bast(tcaln orf e no sine t hed g aringo fthe woat er sn hreededr a" We t o bcrth I aNAilS1ON B OWa COi.
nrco thnrige nthate ,fvtinr e ette ni t wlin g o he iIn. arn, c atorese rTly o d w elb e f rounds oteun'eria nro ga father olue sni tesIiones d e e h to p soatir e iteent i s r er ore t li egen tlen a nd i i24 t ea r oft WPidn oter st
scdn edF l wi thou c iu serune e ril iesnt rtiners., to th tittere r a.cncne istsei ll tsteeni tha t bil prrdine fet ph sotstug ieon t o la Taonh el s ailos e in a roo wi Henr, wassio thre o er A R I AN DSUAER- s, Oneri llfo and
miean y exit-,em to b eena t lle sub jet wll ) e pi arto ly o f c es i q n M V Annd BU RE .haillionsr g t llfe l eadow th ofi rtmb wa oemeWver antyeth andftar, drhia n the sem M _v am ut e Stmadet B h dad .e"thiorin.,
Sadoteso nde r vewsi onifthe Dsubjct woland Ibeeffort pss Juniut s A is n e-.lace nn our lat],uss iont Nwoacmpn ign tsfo P y atrL tl Wallfthsmot eilu a d r.n cd Nt orS.?kISIt n Vale.n F--I M rse -lesand I, -Iur ed asel ,
eteon inc e maex cethehsUnl ite e xate ies ertoe eti -n hetiC n, ut upeon th h A rltoufuerit w itnt d ans b d the ne uds o p stity of r t therhingof hnreei h a r am s mad fsseng ersti, wmch ,ile c tr oh wet e "nt '; ,S b, l ,H d e I -










settled Co nien, th e da abolition i s nver Bien t ,ei th e nby houi ti. T eWe rlt sllt inas m c I t am p en thi Seat oe m ay be e i portank-ctork en donrc on d it ins the o o an. Te lady hiad .cea--R--r...o A n i .orsted Ss.e"do ere; I falf
,oe do sowict ,1 C o nlu secre o r to rcnl d ,in, the pu rpo serofh is hon. l toe N orh,.al, e to res u e troos G.. ine march, from G heevi cno trmey AGE n.,r, 1t I,,., ,1iavr^ibbe a, H' errin't- do.
,,o ,Ic e pubticdun rm drsieand That it i s ih ti e South, bo et th e bread pledg tho in deso- otae. T c vehe s lightaend et lie hu rde r nforttunner dy ifehhd beyed e o u w ,s ,"e sn ,ee ol.,d ap l .i, ad, d, ri. i' .n a d I;t










formt are heir cours at e on thos sarject, t Yr,, cnnt t h ne wiouthe b gt ot nd m s ig t is poprtionsa o n medtheatoe d help frm dhe r n bnardthe-boat. Als by IoB. t T..I c RO. W m25O
en, i on r io tld e xerci e n osche o p th e r Un From hcae sre of Ab hea-wnnhco e rom n wi se) n i.to ate aind ar e oin nthe aute to- i lat .',.nne,-ric eeeer Ih te d d o of aH vn a. hrs .
r chchac to theartr a mvbcat B eto wreape c em -w1ethb rigeAmv e m e C h urching1 I wf .




















de ir mivedi ve n (r ;m th irus is m obe wor dushor iNoso rt h whis scudria t y ionmt irum :raa beBarennterandud connl uded tnanyat he" had ,e ., a -nl a n noni rut from eae s soht frre IRI AND,.,e S UM \ s--.m
wi-h. tha W l sin31 paiondai tiow r withe i i w ouldhi nh rieya t ne XhslCne er, t ur ta rf ina wil ino a w oLetallis fre na shre t oorebehBut. o tow ard the illwts y 4her er da ndThe e merun -hely ,o r-Ia d wIl.- e s h ole s er id-.0 .I 'n. oa;,










I hes m re d mite tohu the ricdes ton, the rn ro n iy, im leup aleIao to thew Engand pheir ptrniploes Wohe ro ed 1 "re onl y\ arhwi veh o e or des onc ss, wuc atd eered nt ou e fdr warDdva test e eBet lsae sis-h--t r'V doi aster wbr a a ree ti h ae ist frbe1ci r ni









aet v sther e tio ny neable -ndition of t 'hean ge of trow off th aa s t o vieworIDA And c sq l th e b ood ane ors of t ho s who baskd t -o m.- ,., ac s Stsctr perieloc ad,,r ae r d .c n nes ac,
a t a _ingc epotna pthirN tre a dtldy the ey prdens e, u o ... a ... 1 dy l ing esp tche w e re ecei o atthe Od1an e n d oun whe d ne e how line Srm e w o.,t." .. .h.i- rbIe Po % DAVI D Bqiv o a rndI A oni n
therne ,olh the, 1 e enno tdou t, wl altid.v in h comprn l ihse oi wlon a r and cupaelone .ha ,n -br cg l -u l ..ir th e l ore n ner nto n xe ad ed tetenn rIhe I7ttrnad" hadse adt t oJ 'alour al r o te
op tf slur endi' thest lse tr i iotei a ,Ie ex Trs s ed it .o ,aereno p e in ou c t s Iw w o a o pan ig th y e enrm e s thr nhitt l, onr ot nl os rew bn ni ng ccapi oth ent, t1 Sat4 ae iy asi ll an igve










.iof thse who ma p inP R ODtEe N olOagitatTon, i cur|. e yo u is th ke ioniste d in ecei ved abo u L dsix hours havter d Onalhere b thearrived a g artiman g an d stie cady thesl es Ve s ci r Is pla d shnina d di;c his
ay wis hvesrOdh ee, ih a nh or renertaine d ysnoer "ys ra fr t whit th.e fo wtne wa ed tend e asdo\her forld ,wwi l thdtsr ee in a fortmil- lenid, T' I- ieo, solI en trtaomnt I nd Liner










lai e of the peonpion a l e oe i Ohe n a sys tem o f taerf purposens n bt conined bt I preprras t o ns fo t.is o .nM Ge in e s sto en g w en o u I ,umb o nerd an d, t h ner ap ed .th vn.. e ni le fle dnd or e nc lams f thel or-
Gove-nmn_ ttews c it a oha deve btbe keyisted inathe uprt ofwhc V an l buen accr l pr s hd r~ :"- ....... tkn-- heAD.hURTeRS.w c wr here b i hwaskfinall Ac ryie tof the fmbnofth e asily de- ,_=.'..h havebe stou e d N o9 hism drnlste th ew
t c o v y--t y o le pti- h r m eit x s t rc oug enery n ve i snd a an p rering eredin the et reet the e ey rftedl b ,ase r r-;; ,i i-t i' ..1.He:-rnst mnl tic ed ed
throne Congress orui cir p Uwtr the ol quaeti on of l i tey cle ti c e Westcosasc 1 o t l any h at ue sdaylsaysvth e sirld,, bnradshop lt from alo add etio n borea s o ad w s e e T iI rpned o- Bueointe ls
vioel t e theriide t o thea tdsoi re, f rin the oirtis PROS M RI NG,'o M. 2, h Ferrh y iue1ac 1in dlh l b e en w ieh uan t- orr Danery, dt m e ahon di b imtoa ino in tr the n e o atr ero as ni A i.n t rgl n e'. I o :l. err oi. s, too u. h



















pertopejusulity dhenhominate fukrsm T lhem a n le st So is r the n aSou Nftey Eoulnd ponly hiscnks Uo~'nyinewi be whollyoto psc itliedyflo wing O R ODORIFEROU Cac 013., mro s etoalofwWONch-wll he molas~to
wnic y l eis n rt t hi s su bjectr i, o m pa ctnd, ee n ru-c an te o nkd htae ver iin w the the rpa ss 1inb ditlonbnin even negterse tine vatnc.ie rn- .de n it cK reyherr fl uslt t rledagainsa nme&,i
,aIv thoroughlyee awhvicr a,,that it wd uldlno tjub e rlnd,.whewould enNashondtrh)tIJwihire ferrin g unani moyus.vte oeen Hoursine yvsth e rdayt..ft he greater.excite ments wthef r e ft itwo-n h ado th s _f h GraMr.r-C-- __de of -











,li-e o r to hir p n c har iter, a nd- loo et, n pnreleta on V an l r Van a ureo it we stie n ope l i n r G ay n Fero ot vd ngt o rees t with too l lat e osf aTexhlauste nul ore gpave over i Doc \ A A S WO T HER. rn
iscdonewsio ut inenprir i. ino r to b e rtintie teler .IIs aan n res o the seingareoned m an lac ing e r ps eras e bte m ndFoRhar
t)3, sialitieans c. Wl dmit(h m only a sero s iunfi a cet is frie nds ish e hm fa rh t o flNew o rnoladpois ofre gno r t a be nd ieridonI t ae w it who .wand the strgg tae ians sparote, hLotever ine .sA enis to tea pBL eksmyi.











dehch ti thee part lt heU oul th in geat e thren I- eiicy t, on thiseAr i s we is h a tai ht ciinuies ,l .,,e f n o ,,n d n ro arm t he t eicothecy alba lit n y boat 0wsmae oto .i another yath fo sh o rennyF r bR e ss --ov ir- FI E o 81v-,. 1WI.,--
iett, o pinion rt l snih f ar c deiteias y obaser o the wincehmt ooal n ctuory weai he will h eiund n ot m t d la ore ginn, a. preatore. nin tond de r he and il has resuerd Th e-a tnitely pos and onl tart "hi TlA Tlet.la i tI s



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cartsd eaioe ote do jisit itit s he tic lslireay, |e ntired stisa te Eflandv interven in gi the e anlnd r o ny Majrd r iDo as Si. wgsne bon lrd win tee Hno se ohf hero t onsboa he steam e tr e ot svon r ale c= d
uoi In. ,u pnl t e pnfonr t d hingeoa cnth i s tente. Sout ho, t w hthe cn arer y yanwwy hep ed tw t e htn, v ot, w e. aSethes ltam e n m ent l Hou o n erted iond eierea h eo mah, s boa isp o nds
-p, 1-1t-cil, ofhosesentiehorcnnothLe ,,voperthe ~aU.Whien Thefren dspek of thepecliaroinican lar,f wlrlnod the tw e ton redl in by mk attie Senfabte to-hymditehelpassnfro tosewhilhkiboar Coldd t e vA i..1,."l Z ;4.I_ .. I.I-AMS, nr2







A w7; c- ,tueatfbrtps,,nhthe partloflitseaction, so tio Ve laa dmirenat -on to PrV B e.s 4ersB ten Ldthis s alre d a y.d o e trpe thand Fro m woeo theeroeitreions demn. the laiores rie











on- i t. o lernam sles t ca rather uwil bide car- Truto" ha n r c o oin eand n le 7h ee r eied thene ihene t nfore the m el w ilion tr aenwt they b igr ofin alt, o thr we re Weol leno as eIi eL V MHrs
_, F-0111otileuj'ehh r freitd es riwasschn w-n nenedhrrwoh utwenat-n nd tinera oedof hisrn imb e d as -ik'n-,,,,m a st.n s lak evh newc .ropnit











looentol lle public dumind a t hemsted y l iers. T a what Whni~ to u meet k he broad nlishte o inetia our inLe operaiisa who t ay Wihlavo he a olr e iad l ore agai restoe agotit u; an d ho r su brother caialso ThbyPhphp ~ m d r~fd t ls i
T .,here i. itderst o nsatthe oirr pe l w n tareon lya n bBsimpl e rippoiti ontoO nd anh i rnilsNs n enc n-c A pel overd o dh i 4h boil bak lc,-.--











inneurrweintr ndtepi ailino heo ntl1i n rent a- Litond Fro a Iul s rde y oftheh iwol that ,lactheesen Gaines. da e tnth er c ould. torsme at tenti 2o0s:adr ao e diree ton (ur m dil- lnex 20 o u aa t ders ist
doct orfllie ti n a ndoly l ltheip n utuersa it is ale t ongelor y t. o ,n.,te oeans u,,,r 1 a _andI,., cin4ld eerd out H v oen w a nd te far to ntIni s p er c iiDtUb [ L ,O O .-e for an
wo ern al mlp e dt wic t il p pte st oadd li essioanid la alie to l ear wnhat lind liee hac thrown offn any sh .e hi ORchFw i Ath Iors es w ere uee, b i wa ve snlly orarri red aat thie te a rb o t h l .n- .A ,I1.N..* bA.-D,,stowed.o has j uAst eed-t
iy full has lief thatco e very pprnto above re he re, od e atonce en and that all who are imupon thats :aind e the e bai e of t ur day evoin g ,is o n;ed a tl ra s tehngthowere e ad ten o tilenoillbec mse he e .iyP.-rs. He dm-S 6 an oods9 % m o iwhisr











are aey nd eob s derving ;inds lif tbe qondsti,,nof eaudida" hi" s a" e lfs att )~ tace vi e da foc iboght; bythast i eer, i ihato1 tlmenow eld, arrnd- efet of thi pe^rilosoal ad dintir. -aerbe, cyadLnon wol ae "*;";? '" '" y "o 'Ca accosred ot reaul y ia g raatsed bwrit prdnedlby ao b oasting of eio ry, be, w y kno e i Ge nerals b cwth whi c tile forn are ex-t c ondedtion ofl n the e oad desth athe lie lhe Crp tonie a c a t S4r13 Tht.












mauyo t tepaa unt, haves n o t oolt ill uins e l co om rhnsiv.o e o rvl ed i ne ests. ; au o'a .whic nudf roughe t thes rnm r ithi h (slo t firm e yto ~iep bollar, mubery gnn Sioet B oanGS, d--o---
ad er nrios deril liew lop te sltbjet and i hlein e'a t s lea ohy opaei u icssos e w eonayn u ro amse ~ t% woeo hsst, perlen pnd tryin incident, olc i w ^ y i i1 e"*"" Siuk Sain Valencia- '~rele and figured-O ~ VOPT elmost
we t,.y wie ay"p e l rs i, th 1`7,r,,,otle flitat'tT Enemaht pohey as _th e pol y' the h!ic i CT ^ tn, rec ie and vehn ts i a nre-e s leo both th gnem nd he ad b te V s Aiso, pelaidses .lD rdeei ve st a nd ab
lay her ojercitO thcp e opls t o fir e nodere ap vorned, ow fa woepatuin as tso ru l he hise t r* ty : I ver s n tlbn t b un elt.ay rue sitne couldnthe.ontri n d, w thegreat app d 11 S k. =fgred rta p i eo
tire bo-e,)nsirprincp sal re prdi es. e of M rsyteartiiVffu n T s is t, we sincerel y bed tGsep So t te pru ocI nneeed w r i lth as csiffAirmnes s, di scr B tio, easidy er-( s End id rtic L osi .1 T WS., r fulton ad.Lnewln
hold ing e i tlasof ahse ver hiendage the gr eato pti- se ot cne e n views thro heve ry end ey nd I be whi ve prevey un ad in anfpredaving thedboat i n g thNev passenger b s eryl ttle n nonen, hat t,?4 s a' nd nanna lkd ; p he ary.
tonserStatests onar b ich I e abouition t-usl ae n arey _" tie hod patOF The West i s *h no w a t l ae ur antity hen uOf Br kri, i so easex an bd pro tn tn a so 11 Weste n ser sk sdifd;bnstfrm all on bo ard eay2 bdWTN
lry, It"is all. e d uepe tton ropson mahfohat fried, thep enis iod, emnnotra ces no ri'eI e ye s Bcocr e n atu of Gray'sun try deliv ered. 1 e" Crhs _iss.. ,. ,,m. ware,'rpe l snd eron.gt
tsen times onthis o ullb ad it spr. ite O fb tpos .e- i bent epres tedi y th ed ps lae reio n a Ihe Nonrain h, e atroad early htit be dyt.,new e s of b t, and to i nvaaihH s tAre ngthwaslloo buarlovu, 24 ,ithin "adir ian ohe r oud ,'t i o oia -
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peol e usually denoalcilated inakerea. T e lni- pecion'heno a thi o untery wou ind n lyaded a in Fort" S rir:Ianve juth f smal e cortothe deai y in lewen. ry vb ritlnto.l Kar c h appy, 16e 1 .l er Rus eto aollG w- w ll b s. fit,4sod
be slig h tele ir W itel ponl his spbeero us tiie i h ansno its ius, l ni e ein es. "Itd p the n te s of rdes tra.jth a en d inese ittae ae h fen s t e Ill a t as srt as eever, r I t I m,25 -













telperate deoina ton sit whi o, *wit o ata beel m nr e xt-s reads ote folly, ao cn K-d me pr ha etrMartine Va of horse at d fns upti ofy pre ovist onW thlanoo G en "*T"e tna iwdae of h et' aum nd rsnoedds aobe lrU AU MU _-i -fLIA:tifrA-Ju T rciv -oi
cihilt, onierihn, eof dtw e wturh iurtd and is to save shore .... Sav w Ig S d.n Po-ute. with, C to h
id and t he ((,tnterark ed S oufi their conrubthren po i c a e r. i an s e rw ens h ic r is e ow the in ttir e o render manstva l etter s eraiae, nher. l baI. eriv andofh pratplutoSA NIAN d whOST R 24Hasa a
ond the ractr ll pean tri foi r ie terb li nation dis lsiect- -'""* "olt .'.w aeihed, will e ro m awarei ta.t h are mo le e on 1ae att iandg Froriv two laid ithisrescu e.nre f tle an d re -rs de,.-iRear o i ,r neres t hm-
par toreach, tivsiesi n f Wi' those ve rost dih en -r Ni .erth, moh t u ri g hav ew fron that ciro ol ben o nemnedhlle irt .nbrdedlyh anysothee lght aently t IheKi nroa tea U id Sltes s eip tn t-o ttn-ei en
wihte of ll pinir na Ae s fn artacerortar wi ll ne otn n be mind ihan a scue, ando retador D eo u g la so oinfr ThCoBel e, ankhilwte vetedahndef t t g in ilti rely pos -n d wive take st le p erineudue er a S I a lH'S,
tila aetna ied a to joidnecitit onue of thertar saWi l iiteday I g w ol ds ubsre wr hing purof erj te nottdri m enat nheyhaid o f diate ofir st uetaceh pen r di n w the r emains f eat at es.at wia rdr ied 1them a isen Acstbem this toed
nfoti u athe an-ih he o sn tot ineis lii ,atos ol. an c .han ge of the hiar o w d te rpached imat total ( e abou by The passing along devise m24 SETH ADAMS, Jr
All ue,.rynie w op fn the partdu rt, Ihe aroel iti onis t st V an Bu ren, i n ys ho rcorl e lc t wh h,,o nightor2thBistv nortisnsmall f or e qa e imov o tha n etwr the f fr ondi of thos e nd .Tho aed wss t voied uM st n ndi aeh s
concentrartoepublicl o ntin themselvese e Taty i "I hall o anre eid n hites lond thestOinformti sup- eo o rudher whom would d ea m te hlote was oW leen Mirth s an atoi u r singlesanhwou be pr efeop aed
ite present, ha her cn teon n0 t vh lene outry, dis' wand thnacnmli rome e t oN i B honor a rig s it of a it.-- n to Majreen-no G i-hek-a -ae-a T e arle er thanld es orpd se n .m 24 saas H d .
pheren tore nd temws eat t setNo thewill, due agiar fitru istrI en ., t to Ickea tir-eth per7tions o n the wihthe en ueyte (rofhf 0ic ialinon rstorewdbagan; g and italbother,*aso, were CO
cioncu rn in theepu lc m iind a et IeLpt ed b I b" Ilnher lion Froneaeu re. W enfy ulsu veyofhe w en ls ed gr ou r nd, ui i a h ay h v l t.eady o asiilea rgain t tef nthions.anyder tsuffi rctiont Orapi al Ted"R OB IN SO 11-
There~~~~~~~~~~~ iOuranyncisfpolilhsun others) Oa Bay not ut erate thanthe ntw us2911e,1 _wrefr vidngethr xm24sil astn0nSothe Wirteray otApr
desribe, Whoha ertadeprin ely r e; b itthei pr n nerserve- behampossidbaneforus ocne ie wh fch i'mst reli l vin nier days= ~prtnsr -l'; fndo thatncluded foth atniit o f-etrge ntle, mand from etralw Have, three so irr lu il e t.. ai:n1 holleIo-Npublic enUMler6ai6mcn |edersIri
when om" pah e dUwithn tha resto r the chappy is y ,tm favloppabletoie w n, gla nttnd poicr y hnu, i ie ther feiv eS t h i m snsnmta sprch awthiore Mor.less.sGaies tos, s werla e utnl mberearri a nl oa t te ve o ated, and-the ihak .to his fi ieuds ud former custo receivedth
arevery n contshihideabe n dltif ,tlnule ;a nthrcendtwhinh ntfy'he.aec. f hd:y la ingtak e rnawyteponrTamp- Bay;ehwe ena n ,thebl a iat bth ere expeted 'to th eto verbfomthe "pu-s,,i ........ he i have be towe god s.n h m-d rng-wh ec
t hin s n wben o mg e wlry agg p~ra ted byt iallrudefet anc ie le, he I to o ou ntiuadst nd ig tthe b s steamterithatwIamn ow is n ,earrged t e ffects oW tei'r peg r ilou th e ntt fture.il, -bcauere ,find.,i Lo,,nr- de oslh8n oie uet h
cityad (ifrvanconins pret thequeston oquesutio ;adop hc adbrogticpthe rumo hi ch suc csornfilrmedb. th be ae ToIopurebankinerrapital, uponithetGO Tomn aRNd Lodon
Slave inthe D~t'rit nf ~ htmba canot be with lia eeatig smie of ell-cmtilaenej'' tbrebrIthtobythaimenerl-intrtheoiebe, ndded hopdhtha a resun beiaddtillwnuhthave usandera eg: Btey ea not e disppoinedgb
thsms-erlu n tyn n idn, iulkStng Val sh enc~iaMarseill eosan fiued. Veve
adptresse d ernithe resul t hey ,sibjes, aw dith esleflyorf ou s rght fto a enopaev inct ory he isyhcus asion vedw itwolaccomankw y i mng n Fote rom P y ateDrane, itm stle hoeondtu f S tnite n t s o a eat e rp nl oo, "[i' 24 13 Tt
those~~~~~ ~~~ .ara. -nt.bjees.othnotiresegentleman and the lady nerestb'o"r'e uthemselvesss; ndeititnfill Ahisot,.Tapaidolars" .a.d.Sdice' Ve stGi -
efthoase wuomay-t ehpersitha ,i n l t heuwr ,k o f eagit tio, E aS n o liyi s t he h_ .ew po lcy nd p wole i tyis ree~n :a ivedti about six hours;afterward. Ont henf unger-
Only liaye overct om br teasulion x, ior e dere no per- !.wih stnihingfr nes isrton rdU t pedide ietll i Hosie ryl,e tlS.1kreCottonand nl en
I end e ol s soon I I otifiu d tnt. cpio ftl u orIi m daey o m ne ile n nte te ad hee apae ----h. til.fgueotve pan V les
five byt n,, the iir rinei~e~ hl e pres s istad OfuM r sse tnV an uren.f Thewfit'st cw incerely re parations fottthis pr venendsto u give the rasnb aloat,,-lar tha,-cities. The last aBsllnnoran"apapesD e A SilkORTH, t
T ,)incrsn glass ,,no ridh otse ndo ange-rhthe 'rtop-i ea t ieve, but ithextvends tarlo ve rynd veinond- by the whi c aessityeoenledhim tndrel adin ph ed n g th- e psernperhas bery irhst hele orno een In 4:C e-nlndAptea
int ( C nresl s for tic lhea bolitfire on dolv ry in at er fteb d oitic ..TeW sti as. muchIe ad anow atlanchorq antityemo thof Bprovisions, kwh ich so'rlya peio d w ichnutt oo frequen tyincary earses -Iand B p131cSit'nLoLkli boy S ilk'WA' -I EEL m y
I 1' Rubberworsips nm] wost e braSuspenders;rhutfed
-r, ,raictyineli -nc Indrph Iea 1h, a"n"d I" hopedtro ptn he nturoops heiem nrch,whem rey'sod tiringetilespit esenot rm d.' sp01s ..1 -.I.Wa ribbedeDeh r s ot aW nd W Herigo
,heuaitis whiCh unibaL at ini.t F(hem ~ rto os ,ess intae re stdp t hei~prty tdp l~erace im is tilie feN ot F eroads earlyenot-t le dyfoun--from hew etan esdt pn)dtoheeachlade Phns reA lbS tlENG ER., ntalol -i4 Cdiavoherist a d sAp o ohe tir -
high Iabd,,'e-toare aelael i ra, tege- ra et adttseuty saai oddif .h Friednrdsh eiiec n h eu eyooyl, rs iin n hpy hePnsy-r the'AD E G.\ S-;EL SV'1 H
peope us, uallyx e nrt u on alb e ~dnq aet of Titlehi 'i heS uh tey oudrny hik.ssess- rnewih tia solheda olo in autoBita i n- nsu. l Tr h e Ne61 18e36.arebusy haer es to rentceivedall o....... ,.wll,-eso-, I tst,*r,4:
,,ri. n d ly o their ke s rseauponthistsu bj ceta.nIthe Y uwea no tuht one veiny w itlhowu l vt t helwou .sid It a is rsibotnit evn, twh eselittle de tachmentitiyas he rb idi- hi I Iandsaychta.w bhl e bought; ........e a.it. ..y. :.... H ,- m25 ,
It l y Ia purty anden ot happinessis a Itr ---- "i--'--h-- -- ----I
be ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ped Oveeedrta w ladipoelrsn anodi rmay ,toii pr ert'lai.G e anshv eai N icholseasons anp-,of'tNcwill or k ,ake t ilem la dyr isch ia s eve f -r sII.- i ci ......"d.writh' C"tt on A'fde 1,c
rei,rian sd enominare xtio ns w f ho, ir cndu c ult r1 e uee Mr. Vany, uto nop clitatmesarom.tin iVina reatoere-ndert valuablefserovice.nsthan e r gi. 13n-swdea aeadined ob V A U V D YIL E -Jsreevloi
consdchr ter i ppeo r t oheadeffi nu l i atewh reh s pectd 11 i-t s e.N w lg m 1v nw t 1 eot am eaw euar e di tw o vl b em uientI ,m a ing Irero on hr tr.-B so P s.L r y adhhdu veryosp;erationarti e ne whcoph asa Cap-
Forther notves ,ven fi thse.wh difir N rth w at ecuit hae e fom ha evctmtday e onnrnassesrgadedinxpressly liht tfarf3 reraiin ollrsde itusofoters 8ng im
thssujct ndo teilnero cneqec s land!iLook tat ourth machnr y w ihiffla swil not w tb.Th:tw .lePreratrasthted yRGnerlmond t lilrMa17 sel h o nnby ABs i te[.I Stte f .R. n e'4
owhit h them in pno.Aor s o f arhe asboity, obss oervato c hni ece spentr.CtG owns T eBn i- rm l lw as yth ese rdayun dredfonith e lsailorstr- DI'nwlltaethewhleV supAerinenasdtingtee om-
d)isenaled tei, re l tto jd thisedueffbto them tofsay, tested ryIf m omentd sriving h irllnp.there 'ofmfounte regmasernLt olyarried atedSonAh gusti ne
orhpfoieh- te fIslieeIey- nn*uned- that ee n tydsheargued ;froDtelega te ds. t msarredes s tablriash men itiandeoonthew mstyles andpable erns -
thti.n tere I tf i sbeina ensntand hrcewl-ecr-destrtiion. ooktatnile onhiea andpoe t lie h rd tbe s disrecedhyGe'n. conseue ntlytninlor betwe renltendeffo tsofthoe wgra skedinBatoomuch, o rnlnre eived Sand irsfleat II.'D refr Si fr honst,
1.l hee ,, aodterpeiinoa e x.r o uld n otue hes itate to arewogaingaw y her os erI'vi let G mi" toott, bethat force om nnthe kat yaher- Fridaylatth e remwow udgal ntsto o a ess ttle.whomded h""1Ar de
unfopnrt nu pna It dli~i a rtd rnghepievnnSI .. '' dtiy' odte rechedeimyatthat ost ryer e had ,bn T ursda WhleIpasingelonered. sreet
lu eetry viewl i f t-;Ihe e sb~e et evdene .ofra, it adoes ri hus. compromiseure hn | or veandle utyiw ui n thed ir aetono a-nd wa-s -kalth erler wth an Wertie fo runneralno an e xc t ess o- abum t 'rw seven ur o ifmaon I/O.A Ib iriU ira t the J ~ bFIournal 9f hh
!in tLie tblT id ttm te lytWhrs-,tcue.W enyoahikIt- senise i yuais.zolLnday hMoasylavslraysesd gant tnewgan r tfcrop aitl Th N T CE
)pa t'etst at,u -ir et ,E gln iy iyi fha nrw Jcsn tef~re idrhscm ad t haeen t) plis sde l.adi fw niue a fls oMtw.,c *H suservado avingd-4 boetermnedw tc lo sehaian
tn he preiscertacin dly not cl thore o uul rynth isleou -' u 1._:._,- I usi miiutwooee o a odigethrhe-1- 11L-r. ,I min Bl-n ? wh y sich t ht rh i s toverajot r Gi B y a n aoes. o Th era le mttr o lue crpe., ugr;0'base. i Havari ina" on( thef f i rst;.0 do nay ... o f oA


tioi to it, sufficient to excite the most serious at- tue who are ready to lick the very dust wvilh iving some information as to the proper sale by WHEATON & ANTH'J.N .
tntion, there is nothing in the stale of public e. W .1. route r'tra.nsport'ltion, and announces the ar- W EASTERN LOVER SEED-5 tees
opinion in the United Slates, o jlustify Ihat an- upon which he treads, are tival of Gnn. Gadsden, &c. The Albany Evening Journal states that the N EiAeq'ltyN Grecivedn nd SEE tr
ic in th public mind whieh invariably disqualifies speaking and acting against that bill? HENRY ('e following is a copy of a letter of the Grand Jury of tat City have found an idit n4 WHEATON & ANTHONY.
.. ....wigisacoyofaletr fLieStl 'rnda oJ urderf ahat isty haveltoundonindlict-Iin 4WHAO NFOY
these who partake of it, fiotrn dealing wisely or CLAr has carried it twice.thrnough both Houses from Paymaster Lytle e tof'rnrder against Hailt fr g AMBS WOO ZEPHYR WORSTED-C C
or successfully with tlihe circumstances by which .o dp. asadotion at this ses- FoltT DRANE, March 8, 1836. a wound on th e person of r. uy, the actor, ELLEI V, has just received one case ofLam
it is produced. From abroad we have, think, of Congress, "and press opin a e i-Byo direction o General Clinch, 1 opened which caused irs death. Both parties were con- Wool Zphyr WVorsted, conprins:ng every shade and
some righl to expect less interference than here. son with all the power of nis matchless elo- -your cotninmunication of the 6th instant, which nected with thle Tlheatre. variety of color, the most desirable article ever of-
tofore. We slia 11, 1 am confident, for some time quence. And yet,Van Buren holds it back-his arrived late last night, in advance of the wagons. fered in this market-No 6 Arcade. m .
at least, have no more foreign agents to enlighten ,'r i on le it down and this vant national do- You will perceive, by my letter of the 5th, that NEW Y ORK CATTLE M ARKET ONRAD ELLERY has just opened and nw i
us onl then utject.-Recent results uere, aa lnd h en Clf i~nch, ith a dsussion" Ivthe wjchiRchnthreyshaveberenattndted, nain,which cost the old thirteen Statest so much Gn lnh ihaltefre t1is post, and Reported forthe fuubierai-idl rttri-byNaDz. aiaI ONYo srsae ~ar n d extensive assortment
discussions with wieh tthehehav. teeneatofnI eod,. one hundred mounted men from the vicinity ,ohad D.,F 'bruyt,,-Ahe t:l<<1rket0BefCatale; S. offe ,-sforesale, ..,itla, rr,n ,e- t.r
to escoet aasmall snpplySo.Cowstn,.,,nandDoSheenp.
cannnot fail to attract the attention of the reading blood"n "d treasure, is to be wrung from. tkent* left lfor Wilthianonahee to escort a small supply 80 Cows nnd Cases; and 00 Sheep* seH cunterpanes suprc r t:.:, Vaid Wlinney
and reflecting portion of the Foreign Public. By And for. what?-to make Martin Van Buren of cale, ammunition, &c. o General Games, Beeves cme slowly to market, consequently kets-a olinen p an.la ; N6r -r.nd Diiyl.
these means they will b- made to understand president of lhe United States!And is this the Navin received the night before a third express no diniinilion in prices, but rather appeal, to be of everv size and qualt;3, I... wIch I,, 11-c nl-
our real condition in this respectA,and they will rtr e nln utofrfrsc aen from tha offl'er. No word has been received gl ils tilalohi her.tThose offere w r{ e o axua-ltebion of the public, at No 6 Arcade'. m23"
know that the unchangeable law of that condi d wr r Nw endlavesThrt offer for uhose Generals since the 5th. d" sae dclrv & icontinueseond; pRENCH WROUGHT COLLARS-oust rec'd
tion is, that the slave question musthe left to the graiude, such a palpable ain of plight When Gen. Clinch left here, he expected to formerr rce.Nearlyl wereiat20to8:'5.- atNo tArcade,an assortment of Paris wrought
c(,nirol ,.i the slave-holding States themselves, faith and justice? Rhode Island will not be a be back on the 9th. The probability is, that the Sheep aire very scarce. All at nlarliet were ir- Collars, of eutiroliy pew patterns. A- CRY
without molestation or interference from any party to such sacrifices. Rhode Island will not, wagons will return without an escortthere being mediately taken at M a $7 each. ,lP' HERY COY












FOR SALiI.
A The Prahln Hutto Rtaie, in Provi-
denoe,'R .I with o Itho1t 11h rot adioin.
ing ith aFiett t ad running to Blenueii
1tleet.
The Lot It 1fGtot front onil Mr'ket aire, 0 feet
it |ollw at, to ait ngway 20 fet in width,then 20
tet further on olltge sit, and north about t foot
holding tiw width of O fuet, and bounding on said
gTa pri talal building is the Franklin House,
fronttln ol Market square 36 feet, and withn- 100
flat of the Market house. The basemennt is of Qran-
t%, and the otrhy part of the building is built of
briak and stlone t the best and most substantial
annttiutr, Astories high in front, and diminishing to
stories in tile ,, ,r-didoi., floors laid in mortar-
rowufplaisoered iviliirt and siingles laid in niortar.
Aln addition 3u ftui i do is attached to the tan.
end of the house running over the ganatway anil
connecting with the second lot described. The gang-
way is in common for the use of this estate and the
estates of the Roger Williams and Enale Banks,
over which is the spacious Prnnklin Hall, 7o by 42
feet, communicating with the Parlors of flie Frank-
lin House and whiich enn be held on lease or not, at
the option of the purchaser. A largo Cistern for
rain water, a good Well and a right in the Provi-
dence Aqueduct, tre attached to the promises. Its
oenrral situation, its pro.imiti to all the public
buildingsiand principal pincesol' business in the city,
with its extensive accomitnodation for entertaining
the travelling public will always ensure custom to a
welt kept public Houase.
The basement story fronting 'n Market square, is
appropriated to stores for wholesale and retail trade,
in one of which is a Bink Vault of perfect security;
under the stores are two Cellars, occupied as store
rooms-entrance from Market square. The princi
pal entrance to the House is also from the same
square, and a aide entrance from Collese street.
The first tflnr above the basement is divided by
an entry ranninz through the house, with a Parlor,
B.tr Room. Kitchen, with every convenience for
Cooking, Pantries, Closets, &c.-on the other side
a large sitting roo n, and an extensive dining Hall;
underneath are commodious Cellars, wash rooms
and store rooms.
Upon each of the second and third floors are seven
parlors and fourteen lodging rooms. Upon the
fourth floor are twenty one lodging rooms. The at-
tic extends nearly the length and width of the whole
house, is lathed and plaiistered and has two lodging
rooms partitioned from the main room.
The central situation of the estate, its well estab-
lished reputation as a public House and its increas-
ing custom, ensure a safe and productive invest-
mtent. One third of the purchase money may be
paid in six to twelve months-the residue can re-
main on mortgage to suit the convenience of the pur-
To a person disposed and qualified to keep a good
public house, this estate offers every inducement for
a profitable investment, and a sure and lucrative
Business, and will annually yield from its rents and
profits,- aufltiient to pay for its purchase, in a rea-
sonable time. For further narticilars, apply to
CH.ARLES POTTER
m4 .m at 49 SoitthWater st.
W ANTED-Two iournenyman Tanners and Two
Curr rs...-. -JM'ETCA[,t, & CO. m24
TOST in the Arcadeon Tuesday afternoon. a large
plain black Bead Bag. The finder will be suit-
ably rewarded by leaving it at the store of
mM,2 FIELD & SMITH, is Arcade.


MONEYFOUND-On Friday, March 18th, be-
tween the Tocwottetn House and the Rail Road
Depot. The loser, by proving the same and paying
for this advertisement can get it by applyin- to A
8 MATHEWS, New Yort, Providence anidBos-
ton Ini I Road Office, No 6Si Broad at. Providence.
m2lt 3*
NOTICE-Lost from the Car, coming front BIos-
ton on the 15th instant, to this city, one Bag,
whhih was a C I.-_ B ..; containing a air of Sad-
dle Bags, and ..-*i *,'i.. articles. Whoever has
found lhe same, ..,i' viil Iave the bag and contents
at ill,, .iruti'il counting Room, shall be generously
iun. ,,, I-i their trouble. mai2*
iOTIGCE is hereby given that a meeting of tIn?
S i,,,h,i 'V,. tern Emigrating Society, will be
held ,i tl,, I-I,l1 iIn Pawtucket, R.. I. on tanmrdaoy
eenmit;., .1trch il at 7 o'clock. A ptunctualtttendl-
ainit i.1 the subscribers is requested, as business of
im ortance will be laid before the .1.. inc:.
We would also invite such as wa.- toi become
members of this Association, to call and avail them-
selves of this opportunity, as it', hook will soon be
closed. ASA BARNEY,
one of the Committee for the Association,
rmot 3td*
PRENCH CA VIBRIGCS-The subscribers will
L open this morning, all entire case of splendid
French Prints (Spring palterns. Please callet
m23 FIELD mt- SMITH'S, 18 Areaid.
N-E-W STOCK- Ot- GOODS.
ENRY A CORY' will open this day at Storo1 NI
sH t Arcade, an entire new stock of Stiritr ngi
Summer fancy and staple Dry Goods, couiprittin si-
od an an assortment as can be foutdinl inl eiil cy,
Also, a full assortmnint of terman WorSiotIil, sCn.
vats and patterns. Ladies are invited to call taid ,x-
amitne. __ _'114
TEEAS-Ti.,- I..Sr..il,. t fi1'.-.,T sitli.' Iald1/ysiin,
Y 1 Youi1tt Hli -,ii.l -I ,hll. '. ,I ,radts, sueiperior blacli,
Powchong and Souieh.unnr Teas, is low as ean be
purchased. CALVIN J W BULLOCK,
11112 No 30 Soiail Miln slt.
INTUTS--Thi subscriber offers for sale n-i Alioiis
Sof diffi-rerint kinds; new English Wa!nuts; Fil-
berts and Criamnuts, hy- the quantity or at retail as
low as can be purchased.
CALVIN J W BULLOCK,
m12 No 30oS ilth Main street.
TINES-The subscriber offers forsale, a good.
S assortment of pure Wines, by theIquirter cask,
keg, or at retail, as low as can be beigh in lhe city.
CALVIN J W BULLOCK,
o No 3n South Main street.
YOUTH'S APPAREL-Cut or cut and itile ip
in the most fashionable manner, and on as
reasonable terms as can b. obtained in this city, by
WESTCOTrT H-ANDY,
m22 No 103 North Main st.
DOTATOES-to00 bils, for sale by ithe suscriber
.-at No 26 Market square.
m2l CHARLES POTTER, 2d.
NOTICE.
WENT away from rnthe subscriber on the 17th
instant, an indented Appreitice named AurEs-
LIutS TISOELL PLACE. aged 15 years-when lie left
ie hlie was dressed in a blue short Jacket and grev
pantaloons. All persons are.frbid harboring or
trusting him on my account, Whoever will return
said boy to me, shall be entitled to one cent reward,
but no charges. RICHARD SWEET.


UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS. m23 warr3t
UMBREaaLLAS --A large as- State of Rhode IsletndrandPvoidence Plantations
sortment of Silk aind Cotton WTHE.EA S the General Assembly of said Slate
Umbrellas, of all colors and VV at their January session, A D 1836. passed th
qualities Price from seven following resolutions, to wit;
shillings to seven dollars. 'Resolved, That Messrs Atwell, Brayton, an
PARASOL--Tlhe subscriber Randolph be, and they are hereby,appointed a 'om
is now finishing a large as- mittee to enquire iuto the proceedings of the New
sortment offashionablePara- York, Providence,and Boston Rail Road Company
sols, fluted and plain sticks, in his State,. and whether said Company have vio
fringed and plain, plain and lated the provisions of theiract of incorporation,an
figured Silks. infringed the rights of certain citizens of this State
N B New Covering and repairing of Umbrellas Resolved further, That said committee be, an
and Parasols, as usual, with neatness-and despatch, they are hereby, authorized and empowered to send
Also, WalkiugCanes, Brass, Boneand wood Busks, for persons and papers, to examine witnesses unde
Stay Bone, Rattan,&c 4-e. for sale low, wholesale oath. and 10 administer all necess-iry oaths.
and retail. T-HOMAS REID, 285N Main st. Resolved further, That said committee shahl notif
SPRING FASHION FOR HATS, said Company, 'and appoint a time and place when
B G PABODIE, at his new stand No 13 Arcade, ancd where they will.have a hearing of tie maeiern
haa just received several eases of Satin Beaver referred to them, and if upon such h hearing and ex
Hats, latest pattern, do do newv style of children's amnatlion,they shalill deem it necessary so to d.the
Haits and Caps. 'He has also on hand an extensive shall and may issue aniinjunction to saul Cormpauny
assortment of low priced Silk and Napt Hats, which enjoining there front any further proceedings in the
will be sold low at wholesale and retail. Country construction of their said road, (so far as they shal
dealers would find it art object to call before pur- duem proper) until the further pleasure of this Gene
cha. ins. m24 ral Assembly; andl that said committee have power
LE- J-u\- *t AN ) PEt: uNU t'-20 boxes supetror to enforce said injunction by attachment or other
i.- al t L nn.-;.n 2't bushels new Peanuts, jwust wise and that said, committee report to the i.ex
received ansd tar alh w by session here
nrI-i STEPHEN PHILLIPS. Now notice is hereby given to the said New York
;_ .. .. ,, Pri i.,i.n,"e. *,ni C.;-i,,. itall Road Com pany,and It
Cltri,'. Uff. e, C.urt )It Probate, Smithfield, March all in said invesigaion a
23d, 1836. inquiry, to be and appear before said committee a
LL persons interested inthe settlementofthe ac- theCourt House in East Greenwich, on Tuesday
Loj.nt o ill.- t-I.nmnistrator with,the will annexed, the twelfth day of April next, a 10t o'clocIk, A Ait
on thee'taie of GiDEO ANGELL, late of said Smith- with their witnesses and papers, then and there to be
field. deove.--., art. hereby notified to attend a Court heard in the premises. Given under my hand a
ofPrbia.e, ti) bh holden at the house of Thomas Providence, this 22d clay of March, 1836.
illi.na Innh.Jlder in said Smithfield, on the first day S V ATWELL, for the Committee.
of April next, at nine o'clock, A M. and be heard The Newport Herald of the Times, Newport Re-
thereon, if they mia see fit. Witness, publican, and the Providence Republecan Herald
m24 T3t* THOMAS MANN. Probate Cik. will publish the above till the 12th of Apriland seni
ITM H GREENE has just received and will open their bills to the Committee for payment. m2:
V this morning, a new and large supply of Spring NEW GOODS
Dry Goods, of recent importations, which will be A TCARPENTER'S Fashliorttble Clothiln store
sold low at wholesale orretail-14 Arcade. m24 Just received per boat from New York,'a nmos
splendid selection of fashionable, superfine Cloths
St BUTTER 5 mtubsand keas Washington Cassimeres and Vestings, entire new style and pat
County Butter-forAsaleby terns, among which may be found, a few pieces o
m214l WHEATON & ANTHONY extra fine Cloths. making his assortment very com-
COTTON-4t bales prime Upland Cotton.received plete. Gentlemen in want ofextra fine Cloths wil
per ship Rowena, from Saivannsh, for sale by do well to call at the next door to the Post Office
m23 HARKNESS & STEAD. and look for themselves. I would just say to my
PIG IRON. NAILS, AND SHOVELS-t60 tons friends and the public, that I ami not unmindful o
Calder, Monkland, and Coea Tallon. pig Iron; past favors, and shall endeavor to merit the future
Soo00 casks cut Nails assorted; Leonard & Co, Cast by strict and unremitted attention to '.usine.s : 11
Steal and Iron Shovels. for sale by business will still be conducted oin the Ca -' .:t., I,
mn24 H IRKNESS & STEAD. having been convinced that my customers prefer
paving their own debts merely, from the patronage
TO.VARD TtEsr&,T FLOUtl-500 bbis just is- received the past year.
c ived, per schr Brutus, for sale by m23 a JAMES CARPENTER.
m24 SETH ADAMS, Jr. -
24 STH A S, J. JUST received and tor saleat No 1I Market square
14"'H 7Ili'.I.Nri'-i-Ju-r opened at No I Arcade 2500 Havanasweet Oranges very large and hand-
Sa n i ,ri, i ,s jrtti..r of rich fancy Belltings, P.,ni-, 1l ht l- P-atii. C.;C,.' I,. No ista.Filbcrts,
m' lib t '-.. Ir, 'u .- t i..' i a I of the most desira- Cii hli .i tu .-l. 1i i,.. .l-, hard do; 25
bleeshads. HFENRY A CORV. nal Int....- F,. -, ,. iJ ,, i-. l I,,, ,, ,r.I r .'10; cask do;
UPLNr.;- :'o') ;- .~ i I" 4 .,s .', n i" i, .1; Giltrops, nd
IIN 9- 1.. o 1 f a r ttt,",il i, d- -ri .-ruin. i .i I t .r.I .,:, .. ,a nat retail or
ir r rr...~'o. I I T -* I -ON t: FINH- ,S :1 i at it 'iAILr tIlt'. rnm 22
fT-*r.- i ii. ,, 11. .. .. IN orl'. I -Gf r.Oiltl.:(- .A i.N I|.D haivintion he
H..,, .. i i t ,..-.,, "I. l, ', ,'.' i,n,,r,.l,t ..' i i n,, l ,i wlh EUCLID
S-.,u .. I :, i i Vest ag, whichl ed mundrr il,,. ]aWt of .\(NO11.1) V1ADSEa.
.they till -ia i va-ce m44 i00l-Itt .' ( C ARNOLI).D,
NO riE. )f'Ii i Itu l.lj-RiAHDSEY.
IrFI subscribers have ltorloi a connection in N"'tIl'l-'J.:-M I' 'Elr.,ilIK ,V i I.t.il-i uni. 11 .'I.] 'i
Shtsi ao s under Cle firm itof REMAINGTON t l Iron Foundry in Cansaton, requests all persons
XH iTMi.t --.hlave takentstore No 40 Weybosaset indebted tohiimrn tomsleimmedintepayment, attnd all
t, formerly o occupied by 0 Johnson & Co. whire who hold demai ds against hitm o preseti sath nme
iih,.-> itn.- Ik.t.. 1 iihi,,l u c iuitlmit ,tir .-ly of forsettlelment, as Iet wishes ito abe t hs hnisiness by
,t .?-.. t l',i, Ji~i ...i ',,1- l ,ii,, r oricite i, it.%i, I aleo !d ;. I t ," 1,,t il :it, i,,' I .tl.l. Ii. FULLER.
,.ao-1 r,6.i .et -.q.t[.h A,,h hit a ., I ,, 1 t.-bhtc C.,tI.,.I, M ,- Ih 't 1, r30oIl If
,AlNi.Xl:L I:iINI C'I'. -,N,
i.n/- wM,-.'m. D.INIF:!,. II tVHI', R.N CROCKEIRY, GLASS WAREi,& .
ML fr ls I'r'IBN .r Tli'r, .. idfa..-il -for alir i-tm h- I.w, CClIltOVti Din,
T1.B sleM$ 4 I01S PICOTTON. I rrr i l e ots, l injd 1 .t1.1 et hi.t.1 elors, brown,
iO hsat 40 bales eltiche h i call:isisppt Cotaon, at grestt find light I.,. n,,d purple, nitd plirple Totn
S n th Arkwrigb t Mills Ind Coveniry. iquitre of Ware; Lookling t.. ., one hin.nlreld and r sveloI tl
T EVoou9 at the Kll or o i doz Glas Knobs var!ielty of Oi. .a. in al,,, enotiln1-1
m23 61 JAMES I)' WOLF' Britnro R l ard good, that will suit (ho.,, i 1hi,, ,,l ,l II i ',,t
S":'" S) J .K.S--E .- J C i-'i;i t1, l... ,.,ivd nd it t .l IN:,
10w or bn band, 200 pieces Silks of various quilt dl mdnlTl&T_ Nn o,5 l'igha sinp l,
Sles, front 2s to 2 per yard. Peusons in .ant oh Xill;t ThIno e .iumrtulierslip of, VPs Plif
It- ,ik.. tn I t19 sell again, or foi tbeir own use, will 1 Agenti. was di.r..,,l,,1 I... ,. ,,, ,,., i ,i Ilas
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It rstA ius own piecrs wud be preferred. A lso. a CITrY BATHS. Highest price $15,000. Tickets $2 60. superfine, ust received by
Saemy con9sistiig of Carding and Spliintl:roon. WTVASl.(NGITON H 1V. LITERATURE LOT7ER Y, Class 12, BUTTS & LOCKWOOD
.'it-Appl, no PFT RJ CC T fIIESE Blatrhm hich i,-t lrcvo be wetll surnplied To be drawn March5--drawing ree'd 27th. Merchant Tailonrs No 9 Arcade.
S Woonsocet Falls, Marchi. 1836 iTst will wateriuring the winter, will coniiue to Highest prize85,000. T;ekets s2. Also, black Casuimeres, superior quality, for sale
St ELP WANTED at East Greenwich-Five or ue opened every daIy, from an early hour i the ALEXANDRIA LO TTER, Cass No I. as above. L
Ssix families; also, single help wanted for te morning, till a laic hour i the evening. fl3 Draws March 28-drawing received 31st. ".
. colton and woollen business. Good encouragement OTORAGI' in a fire proof Store, at low rates by pr1z 100 1 Pro 10025 M PROVIDENCE XRASHINIT ONAK N-
, will be given. Apply to -l1 u ist0f C MAURAN, 99 South Waitr .t 100,0 20 500 THE- PROVIDENCE WASHNY, i GPr ON I-
d .f 5 tf DANIEL GREENAw n. 00 -20 20 SURANCF. COMPANY, in Providence RE
t3 7-.T NEL GEN, LrIPTiCAL SPINDLE GRINDER-Tl ptro- Tickets 5 .l...i. --loni.- n>, t. .,r, u. coutnimue oure against loss or tdaiagae by Fire
3 WANTED IMMEDIATELY. pietor of the lipical Sindle Grinder, having RA \ ,, 3. or Cotiotn, Woollen and othrr Mafactoris,.
A 'rnia n Cmbiet Maker. Also, waned ma e arrangements respecting.the Machine, is now )raws -..: ,- a. .,.1 ti .t :.,, and Merchannd ze, and also against
SpeBo ds.t raitgrained,wellseason- read to makecontracts for the disposal of theriaht prize 01 ......, l ,.. r. o.n .vorable terms. ThisComonny waB-
t ed. Apply at Nos 91 or 245 North Main street. to build them. He is making arrangements and ex- I 5,0001 I 1,640 incorporated in A D lRnn. The Capital stock is
m7 MTIf C CLEAVELAND. pects shortly to be prepared to build thie lachinea I 3,000 20 1000 $200,000.
SAPPRENTICES WAN'ED-Wnnied four or himself for till those who may wish to contract for Tickets 5 dollars, shares in proportion. Al; paid in many years since, and well secured int
f five Girls as Apprentices to the Tailoring busi' these. Application to be made to the subscriber For sale in every variety at wholesa e and re ail Bank Stcks and Real Estate.
- ness. Apply at 103 North Main sitre.it. in Pawtucket. JAMES WHEATON. at CLARK'S Persons wishing for Insuraice are requested to di-
1 ml WESTCOTT HANDY. mn9 2wdis* Old Established and Truly Lucky Office. rect their applications [which should he, accomt-
SW'T HESNUT WOOD-The subscriber wishes to A discount allowed to those who purchase by thie panied with a particular description of the property]
S niv WANTED purchase 200 cords of seasoned Chesnut Wood package. per mail to the President or S&cretary of the Com-
A ive Lad to 17 years of age to be delivered at Idia Point. Bank Bills examined and Lottery informa- pany, and tie same will meet with prompt atten-
sale grocery sdre.-good recommendations wi n WALKER HUMPHRYe tion giveo gratis. Please call as above, tion. RICHARD JACKSON. President.
h e required. Aopl' at this office. f 1 L H Orders-by mail, or otherwise, will always meet C H DABNE, Secretary.
RINCH GOLD BAND CHINA-Just received with the same prompt and confident al attention. Providence Washington" Insurance Co'u@rk-e
r FOR SALE. t a good assortment of gold band China fiom the as hough personal applications were made. Providence. R I March 16, 1836.
S A small House and Lot, situated ona 'st importation, comprising Cups and Saucers, Please address J L CLARK, Providence. ......- -THE .
B nark street, neatrdy oppose theGristmill. Plates, Bowls, Sugars and Creams, Comporliers-- Correspondents in Boston and vicinity may be OFFICE OF THE NEW YORK, PROVIDENCE
Convenient for two families, with a Bke Housein Ailo. a great varietyof fancy China Tea sets, for assured of a return the same day, if ant by the AND BOSTON RAIL ROAD COMPANY..
te f wilesthe Hosale low, wholesaler retailatNo o20 Market square. morning mail. u24 Nw eYoRK, Fl-butaer 29; 11.
the sanme. It will be sold together, or one halfsep- m 4w ELLIOT- TILLINGHAST. m24 a mepin of the Board ofDiretrseld thi
iarate. Ifnot sold by the first of April, the Bae 4w ELLI. L. CLARK'S aOTcse- TILLINGHAST. nt offing edo liars ld .
House will bee to a d baker r on or more N. ERUM. LtofSo -u .-... bedrawntlhiswacek. on each 8t1sre rof tle Capital Stuck of 'this Cony-
years. For terms applytoSAY-L.S BaowN, at the50 Hhdson hand anmd lto: salebyTIS AY.-- r-n itirrofficeNa Peadu-t-ni,
S ifSnth and Cunal streets, or to the Sub- m22 DARIUS SESSIONS. Capital p-,z- A"- Tkes 4 dtlars. .: -I', r. ; fiv e o;son eachshar
S.,3. "N- BOWEN utI. SMITHrt OTIOE.-The suibserioer (formerly of the firm ON FR|IAY-,- Mareh5th. rt iul.. ,,. i, -.ad five dollars on each share
i .111 No 87 Southa Mlain Street. of GfLBERTE & BBOWva,) has established himself CEpitil priz- s ) Tickets 3 dollars. p','-l9 :r) i .,nr The transfer books will be
V WANTED-A convenient Tenement fonr in Ph ladelphia, as Commission Merchant, for thie ON SA1 f D.1,\ March 26th. -..J tr ..-.,; ceding to ohe 29 Mare inusie
Sa small family, wilhi ten minmnes walk of sale of American Cotton and W.oollen Alanufac- ... en." r e ri. .c -eseeding and tfllow'!ne days of
irhe bridge, Inutire of S R WEDast, at lures, and has taken the store No. 41 North From plendiid SheIme. each of the o:her assessments.
B CRANSTON& CO'S, street. The usual facilities will t b given on con- 1 prize of $20,000 J I of "2..7 JOHN S .: Yl'.
itml0 2M st door west of lhe bridge. si-tmilents. WASHINGTON BROWN. 1 5,000 I 10 r I! m3tA20. President_ r: '-=-r..r..
Refer to 1 4,000 1150 500 Er_"_-1_lie... hheie--i iirx
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.' Messrs. 'harls Potter, Provience. 1 ,000 11N50 500 O i."E-T .rn- Hlerel.. 'i iT.
The subhseriber otrsfr sale his -ouselg Ps, I 61 e E," It,- ....-.t, ..r a.. l,-e I t _re INT
ad Te ote s edshi street near el Fobes& Co..Pliilaielpha. S T6-,*nil Lowest prize 12. Tickets 10 dollars. Eo eSON, 'eais n 'I ? iih -2O 1 P pGRll.N
suhLot si 1'n-u neid steet nea The Fall River Mouitolr cwill insert the above for To &e drant next week. deat nf.ad Wm IN i;rti -e n i .ld avn
lhi .a lt It li1t 1 i i, n a en a' two itmiths, atl forward the bill to this office obr col- ON MONDAY, March 8. nnseed accounts wi tie late fi, are rnqest
f ul i as, we ll ihalhdt, uts good varda rootti-e Loet Capital prize $15.000. Tickets 5 dollars. to pr-sent tile same for settlement, and all persons.
I-s .1. loob hy 15 fnI, will rt o excellent Well ofwater. AN ANNUAL SINGING ACADEMY. ON TUESDAY, March 29. indebted tire requested to make payment t
lt l ihi i lil u ti rilattin hl e irts. For particu- At8athe Art of Siiging e cannot be acquired, except Capial, prize $8,.000. Tickets 3 dIllrars. GEO GRINNE.LL, Surviving Partner.
Ihlt', inltlIhru il Nei t N \177 .in,..i. tr sieet. ..Lx by constant and correct practice, and as a few
1nil tstf i.JON AS R GAIE lessmtins forone or two quarters are inadequate, mihe ON WEDN iESDAY, March 30. Thie undersigned have this da formed a con-
S -tu l subscriber proposes to establish a Sin S ol, Capital prize $5.000. Tickets dollars. n xion in business, under the firm ofP GRt.-aSEa.&
;.nL ,t -i., i,,,l'.,, -01 .I h.Gra- to) commence in April, and to continue ne evening ONTHURSDAY, March 31. Ss, and otier for sale, Patns, O ats.
u-eveningeWindownGlnes' ShtpeChandaeryc-ac'artn otherD Mrh.
i' .. i .,,I u t,'ttl t t-1 Alit3 istFreet per week, or one yar, from te date ofits comi- Capital prize $12,000. Tickets $4. Wido Glass, Sip handery and Harware..
plTnc "tk ^ r A o n enets menccment, at Mechanic' s Hall, or at any other ON FRIDAY. April st. w O GRINELL,-.
IAtl BUSHal 'Pit, course wai 1 e struetly eicnen are. One half Capital prize $10.000. rickets $4. Provide nte. b Marc rsrW. b r 3 if
t nlitf OrnrfftHmll l in anti Clees. .of thLe evening wiil lafeer being suflicicrly acquatint- e ON SATURDAY, April 2. nTUSTRE aIVE- E D-t0il- -: i n uI- ,d;
1.U N h TO B IWVr ed with the rudiments] be devoted to solfeae, anId 1 price of $15,000 i 1 3000 F rs; cask Rait n; bnox.:, F: TE R'.'a
eII. other i tall will be for the study of Sacrecld Music. 1 6,00( 1 2,000 Brooms; sbuorn handle de; E Spreet- .,u sl kinm-; -Can
TileTh leimas t' .~ ~I ~I .e ci ves ofr u icr roir l ,,,.i t,;,,.. d,.....o. at 1 5,- rNo 1 5M
.. ex vCoIMcI s -ard a nt; fne nu .alt; at tir at d Gr8 o h Main.


I li"ut t tus at the Frankln Hos, an to itte a Tpre tickets $, shares in pnropo tin. oFn.AX PORK--o bbns prme Be.t; *2n Llmdo
*mutI tt 5t1 A lk. th V i' ll N$ -.. Ipara ry meetipi tFanln a i ,s 1.2SFra ki 3 a s rk.
v. ". eVeg2th ofarch.l V IF f I t' W ntkyS k'-. o2 & FOSEI
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SI 11 1. -IO OF: h; i IheP n ,( k r ,-snlcs 1a;t d i iib n his day andt forsaleby
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W ANTED-A Mntl that is amun noted with thei
Farllminig biiusi ~, attnd driving a Irain. The,
alvertisr will furnit' It a teement ifdesired. to any
person who hit iany itltraot. with, if want d, Ill-
qu,,re at No B fit k t, I iio g tf
C'ITUATIOWN WAN i'0--y 1 .... -. 1.,- ,Iv.
acquaiinted cuwilt the rinmlfauificlai .,i .. -1 .'?
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WANTED IMM 1 l I \,1 1 1 iL N n ,i- and
capable La. I,- ..,i. ,,, i ;, .i. .,nr. Ap.
ply to SAM 'L \V \X IIi..I,.i, i,t, -, i.i lit ,,.,,I gt.
W ho will sell P.-'N 1- ,, ii- hi ..--I A sIe, itn
the U universalist t'hi ,i l. -.,,,i l, i. ,n .i.1,,, i
low price. mi '
WfAiNTED-A La,. i 11 ..I t,,i.-, ,,, .I 1.i
assist in atn ,l N,. .i .i ,hi') -i Ni :
Weybomatl iemi 11114
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u "tll h t l tl a1ipl n .1 luIa I ply I at the reournal

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not ilo t lcri d $14is lliIltlr itr i ll s police. is rc t8
llANTdl P' tlht- illioi na Clek 'nr1 Anr eit in'
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QUPERI -\TEND*- N'l WAii Clei take hargein
o i 1 t1 ,., 1i. 1, if a l ire e nianid ufacturiny t
s aCIs f.- i t ,, i. ,,I ordI ertin, eo in iice about
ad1lseliionol ,,f o ,,. I. I. iv o iiihI, ile f% .ctsoalljtoo



ios, goitary emloymaeu tri'i wut hid Iht. i noto ewg i I'-.
ForApply at ili foutliue. 3wd t Ju tal 7



\;7.ii-\Tu. Ii -'. tu,,.u-tt stat-ock far the inaiiufa>-.
i ii* .;i I uii .,. l. liili u pllii contract. Inquire
at the .ouriil counting room tii f
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i' ,i l .. ,, i iiake t lia ure l I .a- r. at
ii ol-..iii\'- ti ii :..it.tti M ntltllactory -wis.l, -s id
iront ts g oid ntn terpi tahiderl llt timtc..lters t in this vi-,
ciApply at Fisr iaioe.d r 3wsidine apply at the Jour-7




nal Count nalg Rooing. f24 if
A N OVERSEER OF POWER LOOMS WANT-
'D-At the S"1.,' erling Mill,to laake carge t1, six'.



ty LIomia. OI, neof experience Mad good habits will
find emIploynent al liir wages by aploicatio Io I1
,C AMtheS, atresp,.ill or tle subaenbter in Provi-
dence. JFH CLARKE. m7tiTwr
at to an aa onid res oon apply at the Jour- ci a
smart active Lad abhut 14 seers of age. Ap-
nly at the JoirialiCotniioon. Rooti. iI23
AELP FOR A SATINET MILL WANTED--
at the subserling Miber's Factory, take cinharge Fxl srixo'
l.issa. a goo'l Satinct Finisheri-one who under.
stands coloring, would be preferred. Also, a man to
cork ai Fulling. None ticeil apply but teiiipira te
tmen of good characer-to uech good habits will be
given. Inquire of SAM'L 8 SCHENCK,
Atliebnro, Mass. near Hatch's tavern.
^f-Thte Wtrccstr Soy will please give the abov.
4 A inseron, and Millnd the ,ill to historic. nProi-
W ANUAT ION WANTEu-A piereon who his had
smart active Lad abuexprrice a ers ufe a -ac-
plry at the Journald lutoiiing Rotin, wishes e im23-





plynie t ii tihnt p picily, or sontit scmi ar emnpluy-

IEACLPINISTS WANTED-WVantLd to iTre n.
.t wooted orthkman, as Forean ofry i Shopxb Suoro
a r wat is thoruglilyc. None rienced, ap eadyy but tpra
ul a energetic, array ier-tof such good tand Il ..nl
gent situation i calling quire of S I'Jrl otlice iNK
I AebANleborD-A Mule Spinner able of tavkirn.
C chanrg of nd keeping in order, a Mil, RIom.I
conta iuig four Mules-one with a family that could


FOR NEW OItLEANS.
l aI'hie itst saying autn copper tistened brig
SOPHIA M. Cr.ocker. mnsier, Iaving two
uiris of iher freight engaged, will thike
whalt 1 til freight ninv ol Trand sail in all this week.
For truni nir ,if freiaiht or pasS,e., apply to the
iua.-tr onhoard at E Carringt"i's wharf or to
Ill-C 12 C" MOWRY, 12 ; Wni,,r st.
FOR MOILE.
Ties slaiich f'as sa;iijg brig 7I'T?'ON',
t it !l .rrill. will Ihave immediate despateil
aa- '.it Mobile. For freight or passage, living
I, I cLjiiiml odations, app!y to ihe tiester ion board
SILc' itennl boat Providence's vwharf, or to
nil.8 P'EARCE & BULLOCK, 81 S Water st.
FOdRMOBIIL.-
The brig SUSAN &a ARAH, Capt Rem-
ilaton. will have immediic despaltch, hav-
reging 3-4 of her cargo ready to go on board.
Fl or ireiglit or passage apply on board or to
itlt 3 J-& P RHODES. Union Buildings.
FOR SAVANNAH.
To siaol n the 28th insltaut.
SThr schr CANTON, Prnta, master,
n.n.',. Iving at the Dorrance si wharf. For
,4lh,:,hr oi passage, please apply to Messrs
. board l. mn23 4t
FOR BALTIVMORE.s-leiiatilchi tilne.
t auThe scir .LZ -A -HA '11D, Cii t Har-
len, will s;.il as above and nake goods at
s i cinisp.r foot. Applyv (i board or to
SE:TI.ILADAM\ S. Jr, or
m,2` WII1,LARD JOSLIN.
FPOR. CHARLESTON, S. 1.
,lE'lThe brim MA tY, Rogers, master, will
have immediate dispatch. For freight or
A passage apply on board at Pox Point whnrl
or t" CC MOWRY. inl5
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
i i The lit'i and t'ast sanitrig schr CAIE-
DONIA, Lincoln F Baker, master. having.
Sarr of her freight engaged, will snil in a
i-w. itliy. For frei=hit or passage, aprplv to the
Caplaiin oil board at iEarl Carpnnter's wharf, or to
[tis 'ISAAC B COOKIe, 23 ,Maiket st.
FOR ANY SOUTHERN PORT,
The tioe new schr DI)?U,'l.A. Capt
-,,:Paine, is now ready fir business, atid may
ho' engaged on favorable terms, if applied
lour ls ilda, to 'SETH ADAM S, Jr. ni23
FOR ALBANY.
4.. The lat i.lng sloop PROVIDENCE,
f1.ol., ,I Spelman, ma.-ter, will sil ifor the
A2 -i, port in a few days. For freight
1., ai ,p[l'to the Caplain on board ortI)
DAVID BARTON,
12m2 Nos 6 and 9 West Water at.
SFOR NEW BEDFORD.
..-.-, Thi. loop, FALCON, Malthew Baker,
i'a-rer, will take what freight may otfer
,.I -o 1 t forth iiabove port in a few days.-
Aptiv to the inm.ster on board or to ,
111t22 SHAW & EARLE.
sc [I-I. w. inR o-R. FOR NEW YORK.
.-- rh ,cIr _i .1 l.IO/I will take what
t _grT. iii ... r, -..n. 1 -i i etsper cubic foot, and
I,, -r l,,.i-, Inquire on board at
P, herIA .:ddJ'snlli., r Wl.irl, or to ,
m2t AMOS D SMITH.
FOR IOSTON-On Thlirsday.
The regular Packet Schir MARIA, M.
Small, master, wril sail as above. For
lreglit, apply on hoard at Shaw & Eatle's what,
or to CANTONN t. HALLET. m21
FOR SALE. FREIGHT OR. CHARTER.
The brig AILE, a low dvck vu-sel, 3
ears old, 135 tons hurthen, well fund and
lit complete order for (sca. For furtherpar-
ieuiniasiinqtiireof SETHP IADELFORD. ii23
FOR. SALE.
The scthr SAIIUEL SLA TE 81
'ons, a good staunch vessel and carries a
,a large cargo. Apply to
ni2) DANIEL ARNOLD.
FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
I'he brig SOLON, of 115 tns burthen,
lo)W deck, 3 years old-the said brig will
-n1rry from i70 to i8n tons contal, and is well
calculated fior soal. lumber or the plaster liusiness,
now lying in ltheDorrance st dock, a.t Tallman &
Bhiiklin's. Apply o the Captnin on board. nil 9
FOR SALE.
The brig HELEN and appurtenances
-is per inventory, just arrived from the Coast
. a of Africa. She is registered 120 ions, but
carries a large cargo. The brig is cop er fastened
and coppered.
FOR SALE-Received from Africa, Gold Dust,
(C'oll]e, Ivory, Gni Copal. Cocoa, Pickled Peppers,
&-. Apply to the subscriber, on old Long Wharf.
m14 2w .JNO ANDI)RWS.


RAIL ROAD LINE.
ARRANGEMENT FOR MARCH.
FA1E $7. AND FOUND.
S The Steamboat PROVIDENCE,
Capt Child, and Steamboail tOS
TON, Capt Tw i.send, w I1 leave
Provid-ncee ati New York every Tuesday, Thutrs-
luday, ncd Saturday.
PROVIDENCE,
Providence, 12 M. I New York,. 4 P. M.4
''ucsdaty, M1 arcli 15 I h... J ., i arch 11
Saturday, 19 Ti.-. 22
Tu'ltrsday, 24 1 Satrday, 26
Tuesday, 29) Thursday, 31
[OS TON.
Providence, 12 1M1. New York, 4 P. 1M.
Thursday, March 17 Saturday, MAarch It
Tuesday, 22 Thursday, 24
Saturday, 26 I Tuesday, 29
Thursday, 31
The Providence and Boston have been I ut i com.
plete order for the season. For further, informalltn
apply to S B MUMFORD,7 South W st,
mitl or W j-1UMPHRY, at R Roud Depot.
N B. All merchandise, specie and baggage, at the
risk of the owners thereof.
ARRANGEMENT FOR MARCH.
The steam boats PRESIDENT,
Capt R B Coleman, anid BEN.IA-
'N'U a 3 FRN FRANKLIN, Capt E1 S Bun-
ker, will leave Providencie and New York every
.MIonday, Wednes-dav andFriday.
INPRL,-SIDEN',L
Will leave Providence I Will lhare NeIw Yurk
at 12 o'clock, MI. I at 4 o'clcck, P M.
Friday, Muarch 18 I monday, March I21
Freidesday, 23 i Fridiaiy. 2r,
5Monday, 2S l Wednes:lay, 30)
BENJ. FRANKLIN;
mill leave Providence I Will leave New Ytork
at 12 o'clock, m. I o I1 o'clock, p im.
MIonday, Mar h It 21 I FridayA March IS
Friday, 25 I Wedi.sday, 23
Wednesday, 30 1 Monday, 25
For furtlier information apply to the Captains on
board, ur tou RANDAL.L H GREFN,
No 3 Soiioh Watrr sircel, or
JOEL BLAISDELL.
At the Rail Road Depot, Indai Point.
N B. All merchandise, specie and baggage at the
risk of the owners ihereiof.L i21
FOR FALL RIVER.
S Then st(iim Ibat KING
PHILIP, ('apt Borden, has
..'.- this day commenced .her reg
ti lar trips het w-cn Pruidtlenes
and Fall Rivcer, leaving Providence very Tuesday.
Thursday and Satiurdav at 10 o'clock, A ix. and Fall
Rivtr ever, Monday, Wednesdav antId Friday at 1ir
o'clock. A Sl. touching at Bristol and Bristol Ferry,
[Bristol side] each way. Pare 50 cents.
Stages will arrive at Fall River from New Bed-
ford each morning before the boat leaves, and will
be in readiness on her return to take passeucgers
to New Bedford. ni4
"ATES & M'IN-'YRE'S LOTTERY. S.
VIRGINIA STA TRNMONONGARHLA
LOTTE H Y, Class 5 for 18M6.
To be drawn at Alexandria, Va- March 19th.
Capitals $25,000, 8000, 5000, 23500 3 20 of 200.
20 of5 00, 20 of 400, 20 of 200. 350f o1 506 of 100, rf
of 80. 56 of 60; 56 of 60. 112 of t40. 2184 4f20, 154000ol
10-Tickets 10 dollars, shares in proportion.
IAR LAND STA 'E LO 7' TER Y, class 6
To be drawn at Baltimore, March 21st,
Capitals 820,000, 20 of 2000, 1 of 4000, 3000. 2400,
2010, 40 of 250, 50 of 200,50 ofh150. 55 of 00, G3 ol 050,
63 of-JO, &c. Tickets 5 dollars, shares in proportion
GRAND CON. LETTER Y, class No 12.
No be drawn at Wilmington, March 23d.
Capitals 815,0000, 6000003000, 1776, 40 of 500, 10 o
400, &c-Tickets 0 dollars, shares in proportion.
VIRGIANIA STATE LO'7ERY, Chtlas 7
To hbe drawn at Alexandria, Va. March 2tihl
Capitals $30.000, 10,000, 600, 6000, 40010, 2500, 2000
1747, 25 of 1000, -. ....F ,28 o'f 300, 200 of 200, 62 (i t
100, 6-2 of SP, 6 ,,. -.. of 50. 124 of 4, 124 of 30,
&,c-Tickes to dol;airs, shares in prepor ation
ALXAINDr IA. LOD TTERY, Clins I for 1836
To be dr.wn at Achxandria, D C. March 28
Capitals $10,000, t10t000. 3000, 1925, 20 on 500, 20 of
200, 20 Of lI, i. -f" 9i It ?l of 10,. 55 of 50, 55 of 40.
10 ol 3t t. '., l:l ,: ., shares in proportion.
Ticketsin the above Loitrmusfor sale at the MAN-
AGERS OFFICE, over No 14 Granite Buildings.
s Orders per nail will meet with prompt aiten-
tion if addressed D S GREGORY, tf- Co Provi-
dnce. R I. 11117
r 1L. CLARK'S
.LIST O' F LOTTERIES,
T'O BE DRA -N SO00,M
DELA WARE STA TE LOT'I'TE ex. no 12
Draws March 22-drawing received 24thl.
Highest prize $4,t000t. Tickets t dollar.
PELA WARE STA TE LETTER Y, C/a.s 12
Draws March 24-drawing received 26th.


T DAMA GEl) COTTON.
The Cotion (about 200 bales) saved from h of thechtr F.xir., asmorte at Fisher's I land, will be
sol at pub.:le anuii onin this c ty. as soon as received
and artiugigd, of which due notice will be.given Wif
this paper. About 8so bales are nri w Oh the wharf
and can be examined. Information as to qialitv can
be ha:d by applying to COOKE & BROWN,
m124 14- Souih Wil.-r Ft --
I The Fall River Monisor ant \X ., r,,:.,..tr] Pafr of'
will copv this notice find tend ils r 11 i.. C I.' -
LAND A 'T A AUCTION. ,
Under the advice-and dirreion of the Hon Mut.ioi-
pal Court of the city of Providence. there will ij
sold at public sale, on SATURDAY, March 26tit
at It o clock, on the premises,
The remaining portion of Stephen Dexter, de-
ceased, third part of the Farm formerly Jereimialh
Dexter's, of North Providence, situate in said Northt
Providence, about one and a quarter miles from the
State House, in Providence, containing 27* acres,
lying between and adjoining each of the turnpike
roads leading front Providence to Pawtueek. Like-.
wise, ut he same time and place, about'4 acres of
Mendow Land, situate on Moshassue river, in said
North Providrnce. Tetris at the time and place of
s ral. EDWARD RANDALL, Executor.
North Providence, Feb 16th, 1636 !18 1 T4wdlst,
A I)11NIST 'RA T OR' SALE,
Will bo sold at public auction, on tfue rte'-
m.iises, on MONI)AY, the 4th day of April
ie.x.l ar one o'clock in the afternoon, ,y virtue of
authority front the Honorable the Court ofPr,,bata
of tl e town of Cranston, all the right, title' and in-
terest which Henry G Davis, late of Cranston, de-
ceased, had al the tirmeof hisdearh irr aid to the to!-
lowinti namnd Real Esi-te, to wit:-A one story
H use and .Lot p eaSauily siturnedu in (he Village of
Cenireville. in the town of Warwick. Terms mnads
known at the (inee and place of sale.
DANIEL REMINGTON, Administrator.
Warwick. iMarch ist, 1836 m isaT4t*.
REA LESTA2E AT AUOT'ION.
t% The largsre two story Huuse, Barn and Lof,
l .situalcd in lIe village of Vally Ful:s, Cum-
herland, and within 100 rods of thie bridge isn asn
village, a desirable Stand for a public himse, Said
,-staie will be soldl at auctiolt ott the first day of
Apr:l next, at. 12 o'lockl, O. on the premises.
mt8 dits NIWEV.I. & BARROWS,
STEAMBOAT AT AUCTION.
On THURSDAY, April 14ilih, t I1 o'clock, *A X.
wi'l be suld at auction on Sayer's Wharf, in New-
port, '
-t rrThe Steam Beoat RtSti-
S LIGHT, about 120 tons bur-
['' theon, built'of thu beat ma-
leri:ls, coppered and copper
fastened, was buili in 1827. and lengthented with a
false bow in 1830 ;-s-ln was put in complete repair
in lhe spring of 1835, nd \tirl s only rutn abho 2 or 3
wveks since. Slie is in goad ordle. hasI a airst rate
Engine bnili by PALLAIRa, Newi York ; has four"
round bnilers,wlhith have bemn used binfotbr seasons,
and will require le or no repair.her no repairs- Boat is
feet in Iengih, 18 feet 8 imihes in breadth, is 6 fee't
iiehli.s depthil firwnard,(uarier deck 8 feet 6 incht-s,
which runs well forward-she has 18 beiths in the
renllemrni's clubi ; 6 do in the ladies cabin; and.
forward cabinet might tie fitted to contain 12 bertfis.
The boat is well found with every article necessary
'br runninm--She will be sold a bargain.-For fuir-
tier particulars, .enquiire of
STEPHEN T NORTHAIW,
Newport, Mart-ch 12. nAil4
Will be sold at public auction on the premises, on
the niniih day of April next, at 2 o'clock, r m..
L_ All that Farm or tract of Land, known
..- 11.e home estateof the lateelder iTomas'
.[...i, field, deceased, sitnate in Warwick,
at)out two and a haltl miles.trotm the village of Ap-
ponaug", consisting of about sixty acres ofland, with
Ihe buildings thereon. Condiliions m.de known at
the salh. GEO A BRAYTON, Trustee..
Warwick, March 15th, 1836 mil9 t

r.P OPOSALS will be received until the Iat of
SApril next, to trect ui Bridge across the Black-
stone Rivr, int Vailey Falls, two hundred and ten
feet long Iy thirty feet wide. in be completed as soon
as practicable. JOHN GARDNER,
Clerk and Treasuier
of Valley Falls Tirnpike Corporation.
Valley Falls, March 15:h. 1636 dtAl. -___ '
M AC(HINRRY rtR -.i 1.- [-' tl.e b rh,n.
East Greenwc. .I 1 ,:su",' ,inr,. C.. ihree
Brewster Speeders; iwo Amer:can do; one'Drawing
Framni; four Cards. The above machinery are "alI
in good running order, fnd will be sold low, if aW,
plid forsoon. DANIEL GREENE, Agenr,
East Greenwich, Feb 5 dtAl
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[._ or time rovid-e-ce Jurrt.] when he had, on the very confines of Itally, sue- TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. .1 Puzzle.-Vice President Van Buren, in a 131
SONNET. needed at last in completing the overthrow, aid SENATE--Friday, _March IB. long reply to an invitation front someof the party co
oResolutions, which lie one day, Ic re 15i-red -eea f]on
ro him, whose soul is overcast wilh clouds, destruction of the Alamani, threatening Rome by Mr Nidholas, for inquiry into the rOhio, to join in a celebration of te decease S
Denied by niggard Hope a single ray, herself with pillare, massacre and conflagration ; ofbuilding and employing one or, more steam ithe Bank of the U. S.-a celebration which, he lil
..How sweet the gleams of joy's vanished day, bIe determined no longer to trust, for the defence vessels for the protection o f the trade of the gulf says. he cordially approves-thus speaks: evi
.Cluering thie night which all his being shrouds! of that city, the heart of the Empire, to the bra. of Mexico-and ais to lie cost, &.c of building a -T,, have been first selected by your State as a
Clerime the night which all his being shrouds! of ha city, the heart of the Empire, to the bra Customn House and U. S. Court House at New candidate for the Presidency, I shall ever regard cir
Those twilight hours, when, glimmering thr.p' very of its inhabitants, corrupted austhey were, by Orleans. as one of the. most gratifying incidents of nmy cie
the gloomy the spoils of the public treasure and enervated Mr Southard offered a like resolution ..f ii.quify public life ; yet I cannot adequately express to art
Sweet visions greet him, darkling on his way, by luxury. He began to surround the immense as to the expediency of legislative t- ,.-i,.-n i.ir you how much this distinction,so well calculated co
Bright faces and loved forms, long since his aggregation of houses, palaces, and temples., hy emp Alabama,yingboys in then ae val meantKing, in itself ted coined my unaioeasing gratitude, is be
paof Alaubama, gave notice-that Ie meant to pro- enhaned in tiny estimation by the conviction cie
prey, a long and massy wall. This was finished by p,se 30th May,as the day for the adjournment of that Ohio will maintain thishighlstand upon this pu
Whose victims people the relentless tomb; Probus his successor; and was, in its whole ex- Coneress. all important subject." as
And gentle voices thrill his joyless breast, tent, twenty one miles in length. wIt was, says The expunging resolution was tl1.l ,br,.i I,' Query-What -'important subject" is liere re- en
lyr Benton, and then made lhe or-l, r I II e daoral
Tones hushed forever, save in fancy's ear, Gibbon, a great but melancholy labor, since the for 4th of April. The Senale.adjoitned turMon frred to? and who ill not admire the lucid con-
Such as in boyhood lulled him to his rest, drfence of the capital betrayed the weakness of tlie day. .. traction of.this paragraph- Y. icrican en
Or charmed his moments many an alter year- MIonarchy. The Romans of a more prosperous HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. To tie Editor of the Journal fro
0 memry we are not all nblest, age, who trusted to the arms of the legions the The whole day was spent,after thie t..i ,n.. -.n- be
O memory we are nota agewho o ring hour tn the North Carolina elect,, n. ,n -, Sir-1 inclose to you, copies of certain com- co
While thouttart left our spirit's night to cheer safety ofthe frontier camps, were very far from using whether a bill foar the relief I i t, o per. municalions lately received by the Rhode Island be
entertaining a suspicion, that it would ever be- sons, Benedict Alford arid R. Brush, peiouni'. Historical Society, from the Royal Society of .re
THEDRUNKARD'S WIFE.neessary to fortify th seat of empire passed at the last session, was or was not a Northern Atiqaries at Copenhaen and as h
[Wriien fior, and sung at a meeting of tie Har- me n ra rf e The bill it seems asked the House,but was re- Noris at Copenhaen an (
iYoung Men's m a Society, against e inrod of the barbarians. So its ported indefinitely wponed by the Senate- d their contents are of a nature that cannot proye br
which Young Men emperance Society, by in every country. Men f feeble heart, who such| is the re-crd of the 'yornals of both House's. otherwise than interesting to tIre public, I have w
Rev. C. S. Adams.] cannot rely on their own strerigth and courage, Nevertheless the committee on enrolled billsin to request you to publish them, or such parts An
Here is a home of tears, to defend themselves when they have weapons the Senate, reported, subsequently this among di
Of sorrows, cares and woes, n t h y i those duly enrolled, and it received Ihe signature thereof as the limits you .usual prescribe to hte- fir
Where not one moment's joy appears, in their hands, resort to walls and furtifications of thie officer of each House, arid was approved rary intelligence, will admit. N
Where peace finds no repose. Does any one pretend that such is the condition by thie President. So nmuch for hurried legisla- It may be proper for me -to observe, that the Isy
l Here is a tiresome way, of the freemen of our country ? Do they desire tion. Thle decision of the House was against t .Societ from which tlee. papers emanate, is one to
'Whichr she is called to tread ; our while nmaritine frontier to be covered by a validity of ihe law, andm a new tesolutionu .r 'i tl- co
Com p-lled to toil from day e day, line of batteries? Do theyfear, and wish tnjle relieff r te penrioners, was directed to be re- of the oldest.of the kind in Europe, and it ranks nis
Copled-totoilfromdayoday, line of bateres? Do they r, and wish to ng its members some of the miost eminent, in.
To earn her children's bread. and skulk behind piles of stone and lime, bricks- SAuad .---The Senate did nt sit to day, efficient and talented scholarsiand men of science
Here is a home of pain.. and mortar? In the name of patriotism, for and the lNorth Carolina election petition was dis- of the e. Fr many ears te members and an
Of suffering and disease; cussed in the H,,use, when finally the conside- f r
Kind sympathy she asks in vain, tem, say n ration of the reports was ordered for TIhursda.y, assopiates have. bern prosecuting their investi- lei
Front him she seeks o please. What te do they require ? Frtificaions to Friday and Saturday next, and made special lor gatiiis in Iceland and Greenland, and there has pa
Here is a home of dread. defend our principal harbours and cities. That those days. already been publisli,-d by the Sciety, as a por- ev
Proeaneness, noise and strifi- they desire ; and all are'anxious, to fill up the l
The whole is told, when once 'tis said, great diagram of maritime defence, sketched out, IN SENATE OF THE IN ITED STATES- ti,,n f the rests of its labirsrwards of firty n
She is a Drunkard's Wfife., and planned, some yetas ago, when, as I believe, MARcHmI 1, 1836i. -, volitines, rich with historical infourmation. The. Cr
SheisDr ard' W and planned, somR. K irradethe following early history of this country has lso engrossed a so
But there's a home above, Calhoun was in the War Deparment, by some of REPOlrtT.e -considerable share of their attention, and the
Whete tears are wiped away, the ablest engineers in the nation. So much of that The Committee onMamfnufaritures, to whon .werer i albl
Where sorrow sinks in seas of love, d ke effi referred the bill of the Serate "to anilm, ,i ,',;..- proposals is now niade, to publish t valuable ap
And bliss knows no decay. scheme, at least, as would finish and make orted hemp,scn m. rq. materials collected relating to the Ante-Colum- to
Then let this sff'rer here, client the first class of these fortifications, begun ,,,.. i,.., .. -, .and exiortted."and the cmmeno- bian history of Anmerica. Tlie Society looks to fa(
Bowto her God in prayer; cotcmporanueousy with that on Brenton's Point .. ,JI :,r.. '/" Bostou theram report: this country for enhouragemrent, countenance, (c
And pain shall die, and j,,, appear, at Newport. .The great purpose of these was: That the ,.m,r 1er, ,l ,:. l r,. I,,- an ian ...r Tn,, i liberal support in this great and highly im- l
* -' And liss a uncceud to care.. first to secure our own Naval Stations and De- attilrsanch cl ic,h u.i ,,- a tr,.l ,-I i.,n,_. l ,n,-,,.-iP
Scven with tlie commerce, r. .I: .r.,. ...i rI..r .r- p.-ntm .tI undertaking; and we trust it will not Ic
pots ; and second, to exclude the fleets of any ity of the country y. Its ipr. .... s s.i.pl-, ii 1o-..i, ,r vain, or learn, as the mortifying result of co
'THE PosPECT BEFORE us.-MMartin Van Bu- foreign foe from the best waters in-our country, perhaps but few manufactures requiring no hier t eal, thrt while strangers take a deep in- fr
ren anticipates success, from the fact that lie is The fort on Brenton's Point was planned,and has ger capital or greater -,inl, ;i.e ,,, fie productilvet t heap ih u'l s, "When ba wiom -fu
tile onrly candidateuof Iis party. If this benany been built for both these pmrposes ;. and innuvwar, erfgain tote nation trIm Ith.,I c'dordI'e Its terest in settling the questions,"Whenbyuwhomn,, t,
the onsolation e o is parrn y. e any been builse benefits are n,,t confined to those immediately and .h ..- ,e was Ameica peopled?' we ourselvess re
consolation to his forlorn hopes, he is welcome when finished, it will subserve them both. If connected in the.labor and nmanufactureof herup, 're ec,.,.Iv d r .if .-.t t hereto. We trust that all re
to the enj..yhn-nt. With all his mmahinery in the purposes of those who planned this magni- but extend e to tie agriculture, co f ieicep, and.- atre-ii butd with a proper pirit of inquiry
Full" play, he cannot reach the point of his amnbi- ficent Wowk, had been carried out, it would now navigation of the country. ti t eir niv pieerin
tin. Aihier voice imust titter the CommmandtT'ire in portation of crdage from a fren relative tt fheir native hand, will do every tln
btion. Another voice must tter the command erearin to subserve both these prposs at r.' an ounof i their power to help forwardthe ork, which
belor the people will obey. When his claims all times; for heaters of our bay would al. tunaie as the imnl.nr.,.n'., u 1-,, material or has been undertaken by a Society so preemrri-
for Vice President were backed by the entl u- ready have been mde one, anda pri p o,,of whichit is made ; Ie anuface and d for consummation it, ju-
asm with which Jackson was once hailed, hie thse Naval stations and depoitories or maritime portation c-i n.11 stimulate industry n e qualified fr cosummatig it, iaJu-
could not prevail. And Jackson is quite too armament. Nothing rs hitherto h indered this increase Ine consumption ofagricultural- prodinuc. dicious mainnper. .
bnoud s now, to rev l. Ani kson i quite t oo armament. Nothing tions. Until tihe hennip raised in this country TiThe Rhode Island listoricallSociety has been er
obnoxious now, to lift his favorite to hat-seat of but the cunning policy of the Magician as all to- shall be better cured and prepared for the ;tr-,,,,., n crespodence with thie anish Society Ior Si
honor. Nomanisso blid as o calculate his ies delight to call him, and as many whigs do of navigation, hempr ,. r, d or tn five years, o topic be treated o s
success at the election,if he takes a calm view of iot I i to be nothiing ras exPcl for-thie use of our oun v.m .-]- .er.. rs, topics to be treated of
os admit i The slave States all outh to N g se u choose between the importation of the raw ma- in the forthcoming work; and from the extreme w
public senlrm. nt Tie slave States, all south ded a Naval Depuwt from Narragansett Bay, but trial and the importation of the cordager manu- caution exercised, anid nice judgment at all times eto
of Mason and Dixon's.ine, will sustain Judge ithe united councils of Maine, New Hampshire factuied from-it. In the opinion of the commit. manifested as well as from the nature of the d
white. He was nominated by them, and land Ne Yor, under the advisemnt of Martin tee, it is far better to import the raw material as as th
lowing the example. of former years, they will-Van Buorn. Let the whigs unite witr the lon. iandmanufacture it ourselves, than to impurtcor- qieries sent, lie HistoricaI Society feels author- D
dive their sulfraeg'notesono her candidatle This Le gs age t e manufactured by foreign hands. ised to recoummennd in te warmest terms to the in
gie their sfrages to no other candidate. This ries, and send their delegates t e eo By manufacturing eortdae ourtelvets. we not patronane of Universities .and other learned
ill destroy Van -Buen s hopes at tle South-- College, for the successor, nominated by Andrew only e.ncourago the mechanic arts, but a I r.. uies, a well as to individuals partial to historic -r
Approacie idle Sates, and with te ex- Jackson ; and they will then learn, thatfor can quantity of tar is consumed, as an inredent n researches the works enitled
ception of New Jersey, every one of them is ever be s counted against nfcure. It is en-timated by ltie nienmio- rind anIantiquar..in researches, the works, entities nrt
PI ls td underI tahe banner of General Hirrison. r buy ialisis that from fifteen t, ,lweity thu.-and b..r- -Antiquitatles Americanue," and "Antiquitates the
rThe Wesut is for Hi rrnn beca of G eral a WhiOmt Rhe novel claims of Portsmouth, and bring a rIls f tar are consumed, annually, in the man-. n t Britianico, et Hibernie';" but in especial oman a
e West is or prison, because e is a hg, maratime depot to port. lacture of cordage in thie United Statesi. T hat r Ihfo er. .
aind belirgsi to that section of the Union. At t Ihe consumption of that article will he increase, d Ier ile former. d
llie North, Massachusetls claims Daniel Web. This man of imany intrigues has not lost his withI the increase of manufactures, no one can I will fir-ard with pleasure to Copenhagen, B
strr .irj o''d6es Rhode Isind. Ifs tn i e iheb school boy science, so, far as to count the lesser doubt. By increasing this manufacture, we enx any subscriptions thlit may be sent to my cure, P
eer' elisagainst the man who is by far for the greater number. On tlie contrary, lie lend comnmeie and navigatit, and by the ex. and the.e oyal'Society of Norlhern Antiquarians
the most .is cndidite ever named fr has improved that stock, by learning many rules tension o commerce ad naviation, we nlargeobliged toyou,andtheeditorof other
the most candite ever naine for 1 the ,number of our seamien, and by enlarging wi feel obliged to youand' e editors of oler
.Presidentof the United States, r here -does.he and doing mnatny sums, in political arithmetic.- the number 1.1 ,z.... in, uwe add to the power of papers in-the United States, for the aid you may T
look for support? To the ouse of .Represent- If he has rnot found that one slave which he has the nation ii i .' .i.I.i ive facilities to commerce extend to tlern. TIHOMAS H. WEBB, i
ties. raised is better th1in two which he mna.y buy, hie and navigation in peace. a : -crelary R. 1. Historical Society.
loas certainly discovered, that fitly-nine wi/ln A drawback is allowetse t)y tiwonotlie -ejxp-ntiic- -- -' f. c el.
Sif tihe people in the first instance give a nega- as doered tht e w ion ofcordage imported from foreign c untries. Ryal Sciety f Nrthern Antiqaries,
tive and indignant reasons, hn f one m ones, ho have chosen him for their master, can And to allow a drawback on. cordarge made oftfor- 40 Crown Priuce Stree,
tivongre ad will domore work for him, than any four eign hemosp, is but to allow the labor and ski-ll of Copenhagen November 19, 1835, p
supposes that -,ik1, Rlprl-ffniuv ton Congress "w our own citizens to compete with the nlabur and Sin.-In llie prosecution of its main object 1)
will embrace him? But even there, subservient, oor, hungry, trbling lick-pitts, whom hse oreigncountro co ete i te markets an diig epri of e nt
clamorous, and d&.-r.d ,d as that body is, even may purchase, with a promise of payment, either world; aud to allow drawback on a foreign man- scripts of Icelarid and Scandlnavia, and the illus. p
Ihere, where tlie mrachiney works so beautifully express or implied. uacture, and refuse it o terme article wen i oethe otole r ir tiqities of he .ort tie
for the operator, he is utterly lost. For, thanks He will regard with gieat courtesy, and treat manufactured here, romin te same hforei to malediff- l Si oader light over theHiory, Lan- s at
to the wisdom which framed our Conslitution, with high consideration, the aristocratic advice encourage the labor and skill of a foreign cou- guage, Junrisprudence and Antiquities not only
De'aware-isas potent in her tones of opposition, of the Bulls, the Champliis, and thle Franeises try at the expense r neglect of our ownue of timese northern regions, but also of olioer coun-
t New York ier subservience oimandate of Rhode Island; but what will all these weigh The trade with South America and tihe 'West ries--omeof then moe remrole-which in ear-
of Executiveathority. Let the election go to the against the canning counsel and pure plebeian cordage is re or less a comp ad, Eurpe. The matals for this lst mentioned
Housueof Representatives and Martin Van Bu- wisdom of Isaac Hill, echoed aloud by the seven- were a drawback allowed on cordage manu'ai- object contained in our literary monuments are. [
ren can no more be sustained, than you could teen electoral voices of Maine and New Hamp- lured ere, it would greatly increase its shipment however, frequently scattered in many and va- B
raisenip th re d ead onesofe, ohan ou A couand t e Howwoul e anderdWhigs, to I hose countries, and conn.qently add to tre enous writings, aion of hich have never been
rtise tip the dead bones of John Q Adams, and ,hire? How would he recve and regard, Wigs, industry ofour citizens t e committee, oha printedwlile..tliers, haenly..been published in N
make him, what he once was, a firm, upright pa- coming over to him with their requests and their F,,irmer occasion,have said Thata don l.e. "ofns. m the original language, and consequently are of S
triotic President of the nati. n. If the time ever advice, and how would they look, should ay .one ties on cordage made of f r..i.r, Iop .,id.i...r. difficult access to foreigners: It seems, therefore,
was, when Van Buren might have been elected, of them so betray his country and his conscience? ted to acforeign country :.uld ard thi ,ia ry desirable that our'Society should be enabled E
it has now gone by, and the page of history will Look at John Quincy Adams, last week, at the ture of cordage, increase th commerce andna- o render theColse materials more available by pub- In
"read his name among thee competitors only of the dinner table of Martin Van Buren, while that t ie nation. accordance with this view it long ago formed the
distinguished station to which he aspires. In political high priest was handing to him a plate The committee are of.opinion that the meass- Resolution of publishing a Collection of the
vieW of l;ii, e:.n,..lnl tate of public sentiment, of burnished gold, nicely garnished with the ure proposed by the bill submitted to their con-. .r f Discov ry undertaken by thie ancient
letthe Wlng ,.f.I Pithlde Island and of all the choicest bits at Ihe feast; and then look at the idratiwbacks on isin accordance aitind on spirits dis- of fte accompanying Prtopectriusa, d tgve object
drawbacks on refined sugar and on spirits d f lre aoemupanying Prospectua is t give' a mnre
Slates, take courage from the prospect before us. picture of another high priest, counted down the tilled fiom molasses, and is not more obnoxious detailed explanation of the nature of this under- t
We can on this occasion anticipate the coming thirty pieces of silver, to Iscariot-and- you to fraud than those articles,and will be as advan- taking. D
political year with sincerejoy. It will record the have seen all. For the last traitor may lack the tageous to tre industry and prosperity of the Entertaining the frm convriction that the intel-
bitter destruction of hopes buoyant with the pros- courage, as he certainly does the justice, to do TJuless hemp is grown in this country sufficient fouud well worthy the attention of the witeriry
pect of success, but at last shipwrecked on a rock for himself what the first performed. for its consumption, no great injury can accrue world, and especially of all A.mericans who feel s
whir.l will always as we trust remain firm, when Again I say, all patriots are anxious to finish to the revenue by fraudulent drawbacks on cord- an interest in their country's history, and indul- l
hde manuhrur)ed from domestic hemp. ,If a ton going the hope that it will therefore ufeet with
the waves of corruption are lashing its founds- with all their appendages and annexments, the o coIrdage made of domestic hemp is exported. proportionally extensive circulation, we transmit a
"trimP o cordageirode- ofich ourfath rrmp is e rir, v
:tions-the rock which our fathers guarded, and fortifications already begun; These will defend and the drawback aillowed,it requires another ton copies of this Prospectus not only to thie Members k
which we ought ever to hold sacred. our harbors, our naval stations, nw. in use or to of foreign hemp to be imported to fill the void of our own Body, but likewise to a few other ,]
broug into use. and our principal items occasioned by the exporilation of e domestic, -rl- n in America and the West Indies t
: EnIo A numerous nation ofand our principal cities.- andand the revenue will be replenished by the in.- I. nowr,. ,u us as men who feel an interest in the I
Let them be finished, and armed, without further portation of the foreign henrp. But the commit- adv.incement of science, and who will not with-' o
brave men, want no walls for their defence, delay. and with the skill and economy used at tee do not perceive hlow fraud can be cdmimitted hold from us on this occasion the benefit of their r
When the commonwealth of Rome wits small, in Brenton's Point. No more delay; no more neg- on tie revenue, if the laws are faithfully execu. cooperation in diffusing them as widely as cir
number, ard surrounded by the many Iostile ted. They, thcrefure, reeommnneid tie passage of cumstances may allow.
numer, ad surrundedby the man ostileligence ; no more waste of public money; no rthe blI thereforre .Itake the liberty of transmitting to
tribes of Latium ; Romulus and hIris successors more partisan jobbing. All honest men, of all myou this Prospectus, with the request that you
deemed it prudent, and therefore enclosed the arties will unite in deploring all past, and From Texas.-The Charleston Patriot of last will lend your aid towards making it known in
seven hills, by a wall thirteen miles in length. es wi ll ute darny, waste and negdi- Mondmy hturni.-hes some particulars froinm Texas, your neighrbourhood, Sand .that, if you should
This deflndued an infant people, from sudden in- es. ew ieo all fo on tsheauthorihy of a gentlemnn recently m tne deen it advisamle, you will propose to some of the
vaion nd scre h Ir p r for tir genes. Texan naval service, wIho left Victoria oni the Edihtors of Periodicals and Journals to contribute
vaston, abnd securedtotmis for tr What, then, rmust thue whole surplus revenue 8th.of Fr .,,, S Some difficulty had arisen be- to tihe.m promotion of our design by the insertion
battle, arable fields a or their orn with, and gardens b pdge for this purpose ? Thirty millios ten the provincial governor, Mr. Smith, and or armuionemint in them of the Pros.pectus.
for household accommodation with fruits ani e pedge purp y then provincial legislative council. The troops 1 also avail myself of this opportunity to give
vegetables. Before the time of the Cwsars, this now, and as much more tle next year ; is it all were concentratingat Copeno,nnder command of you information of another and more extensive
whole extent had been covered with buildings; to be laid up, to be laid out, in fortifications; or Cr1. Fanning. They amounted to nearly seven literary undertaking, viz, the Publication of Alc.
ti wallsgrowueless, hd fallen to decay n th increase of te Navy ? Nay, for hour years hundred, and the one hundred and eighty New- counts corntainednhe ancient hnmuscripts of the
tto walli, grown useless, hado fallen to decay ablee hiut sal sf loaad -ill be York volunteers who we-e made prisoners and Aorth, /mhich throw lightfou the more early history
lOpulation had passed through them; and build- to come, it is proale saes lan wi e rried to Nassau under General Stanley were r orf fBritmiu. ind Ireland-an undertaking which
ingia hiad been extended on the Apian and other as great, or greater tlham for the last rour years ; on their way from New Orleans to join thIe Tex- we also hope will excite interest in America and
high. ays, until suburbs covered as much and that imporls will. ralthr increase than dimin an army. The volunteer Greys from New Or. the West Indies; and. with reference to the cir-
high ways until the suburbsish; so that not less than $120,000,000 will go to leans had returned, d,.ugt...d Sr h the service, cumstance that the Edition will be restricted
ground as he city saying they would no longer fight to enrich.a few no a limited number of copies, we have to re-
From the battle of Zama, fought between tl suspls revenue in that short space of time. rInd speculators. Thie impression was that there mark that the Prospectus of this work will not
Scipio and Hanibal, about two centuries before Is all this vast amount ho be expended iil that would be no fighting till late in the summer ; an be transmitted to Englanmd until some months la-
the Christioan a, to Ihe battle of Palmyra, time ? All fir fortifications and increase of the insurrection of two of Santa Anna's ger,,, ,,.l- ter, in order that the Suibscription-Lists from
then Aurestian Era, to the banle of Palmyrt et- Navy Must it all be pledged, and left un- having caused a division of IrissTfnres, which i America and the West Indies may each us as
otween Aurelian and Zenobia, nearly trie cent y mme exceeded eight thousand in.-n. t-,..I early as those from England.
ries ..fr that t-ra ; the Romans never had use touched fir arty other lurpoe ? Is none to be Hrwie had gune to Ild a talk with the Caman- I am,.Sir, respectfully yours,
for wiall or fortification to their city. Between distributed to the States ?' Is Il!ode. Island; who chiu Indians, and keep them quiet if possible. CHARLES .. RAFK, Secretary.
thes t pers, wl be fo th r tfught so Ward, shed so rnuhi of hIer blood in the Thie Texan flag has been determined on. HIis
tase two pernodr, will be found the bgtest t, to win f the Britislh Crow thIe same as that of the United States,excepttinhat Antiquniates Americanmo, .or a Collection of tihe
days of bravery and freedom, both of the Repuhi evoluloary r,,to win from tlnit hais a single star ir tihe centre, instead of the accounts exiant in ancient Icelandic and other
lic and of the Monarchy. Ronian citizens were the public-lands, and who has and does pay so thireen. Scandinavian manuseripts, relative to voyages
r. mucch in duties on imports annually; is she to _. of discovery to North America, made by the
lthIe wrlls and the .-,rtresses of the Empire; a hrve no shrie in all tis vast w y e o Rogutry.-A man called at Mr. hlughes' tail- Scandinavians, in thie ll0th and following cen-
mnili, Alai as ar,,,mnd and ready to be incorpora-- .. weigbtp ol money ? or s shop in Bratille st. on Tuesdaib evening last, tuinries: with Latin rid Danish Versions, Geo-


Led into legions, for the defence of their country.l
ed into legions, for the defence of theirI country a d, one to improve her and after trying on a number of coats, batrgained graphical and Archmological notes, Facsnim-
Before the ose of thisperiod, however, the had roads, and cheapen travel and transportation ? fur a rapper provided his wife Itked it-and re.- Is, Maps, and Plates, Edited hy the Royal So-
Before he close of. sperodnqiry shhoweall be theyade by quested that the boy might take it and go with city of Nomthern Antiquaries.
degenerated. The wealth of conquered nationsIu: Tuis NLO a OT Tteb SyO l im to Milk street. After getting some distance The intelligence which our ancient literaryry
tl.e Pr,.otofsr.bur3Art, kingdoms, the taxesclOT i RD. from the shop, he stopped, and told the boy,.he monuments embody respecting mit DiSCOVERv
leAed tfoim numinero-us Provinces had all flowed had fl Ins gloves upon the glass case, anu d if the o AMERICA BY THE ScANUINATm s, and their
into the treasury at Rome; and this rplusrev A brilliant teor aed over ti city on ld nd t h voyages thiter ata period long antecedent to the
enue instead of having been distributed, in great Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock and 30 minutes, etherhe orthe coa has ben ead from since sriosCo stiw h t r s curring
and enduring worhis of iitnprovemint, had -been of tle apparent magnitude of from seven to nine -nor were there any gloves found on the glass but to few to huk to the Norti of Europe for in-
Ivisinchehed by one despotic Emperorafteranother s in diameter having atail of ro to 18 case.-Brigg's Bulletin, Boston. formation n that head. It is, however, unques.
inches. Its direction was'from south to nmrth,or tionable that those remns eo~urs t.n V
in dnnations to tthe army, in la,-gesee I... time ipo- nearly so, and apparently very near the earth, as From Surinan-Capt. Babson, at lBston,fro te most the andrrefragable, to te fact
ple,and in al lthebase expendituresof luxury andl the observer saw it emerging from the tops of the Surinanm 24th ult. reports that an alarming sick te Not, \mIer.ei was actually discovered by
cbrunption. ', houses at the corner of Hanmiltn and Union ness .was prevalent there, mostly confined to the Nm...li ..-n towards the close of the 10th cen-
When Aureian mni finished that cn t of'atrmeets', and pass behind theim on crossing tihe Europeans, although several Anieerican seamen tur i i. t. them repeatedly during the llth
hen Aurelianh fished that onuestcof street, he standing nt the corner of Union and had been seized with it, and a few died. Capt ann some of then even settling there as
tie oths, which Clodius his .predecessor be Liberty. The light emanating from it was very Crowell, of brig Rupee, died on th-e 20th, proba. i, discovered towards the close of the
gan, but, arrested by death, did not finish; and brilliant, and of a bluish white.-.lbany A.rgus, bly of thia epidemic. re t


th, and again repeatedly resorted to in the, FROMNFLORIDA
urse of the. 14th ; and that the Christian telig- i [From the New Y1 k Commercial Advertiser.]
i was established there not only among the i We have at length received credible and satislac-
aandinavian emigrants, but, in all probability, Itory inforimationfrman Ih- im, clate sat orf war,
ewise amongother tribes previously, or, at all and of the doings and .,tu.hon ot G.-n. Gaines.
cents, then seated in those regions. We have hitherto stood alone it, ditcrediting the
Influenced by these considerations, and by the melancholy accounts fl,,nihed by h',lv y Idler-
cumiistance, that the greater majority of the an- writers, who gave vag.e runnor. as undoubted
ent writings adverted to, important as they thus truth ; and we have nc, tlhe .autl-fael,'ior learn-
e to the history of the world, of geography, of ing that our doubts were perfectly.correct. There
mnmerce, and uf navigation, have never yet has been no refusal by General Scott to 'assist
en printed, even in the original, The Royal So' General Gaines ; and General Gaines has not
ty ofANrthern Antiquarics has determined on been in such fearful want of assistance as was
blishing a complete edition of them, the rather represented. The II tc.i .rerr. ii.le, from..the
thie very style in which the intelligence they Jacksonville Courier ..I the liith inr-,trit, we have
body is conveyed, serves materially to corrob no doubt, gives the exact truth of the matter.
ate their authenticity. IATER jNEWS I'tol GENERAL GAItES.
The Work, which will comprise, besides some The intelligence from the Withilacoochie con-
tire Sagas, and extracts of others, selections tines o10 be of great interest and importance.-
min ancient geographical works, and annals, will Soon easier our last publication, we learned that
published in the original Icelandic with ac- Gen. Gaines continued fighting the Indians.-
mpanying Latin and Danish versions, and will Alter the battle of the first day, Gen. Gaines
furnished with a-critical apparatus of varioruni found 301 Indians killed. lie had two of his men
adings, explanatory notes (in Latin), with one killed, and several wounded. Qn the third
ronological and severely genealogical tables day the Indians crossed the Withlacoonchie to at-
le latter exhibiting the descent of many cele- tack him. He, having taken only eight days'
ated characters in Icelandic, Danish, and Nor- provisions, and being tItus closely pressed, sent
egian history,fromn the first discoveries of North for reinforcements, provisions and ammunition.
mierica,) and geographical and archaeological General Clinch, being under the orders of Gen.
sqnisitions (likewise in Lafin) respecting the Scott, and having received no order to send pro-
st landing places and earliest settlements of visions for. the army, sent corn from his own
orthmen in America. and the vestiges (sonie plantation, and Mr. B. M. Dell started with up-
ypothetical, some authentic) of their migration ward of 80 head of cattle.
, and sojourn in that country-disquisitions, They had not proceeded many miles when an
wards which material assistance has been fiur- expresss arrived from Gen. Gaines, containing
shed by several men of science and erudition the intelligence, that hie was entirely-surrounded
the United Slates. by the Indians, and unless he received provisions.
in its compilation we have availed-ourselves of lie should be under the necessity of cutting his
abundant store of the most valuable materials way through them, leaving his c.ouinded. He
served in the public libraries, and MSS. col- requested the assembling of the '.AtI..'l militia
actions. ofCopenhagen. among which not a few to guard the provisions sent him.. After receiv-
rchmelnt codices, irever before emorployed, or ing this unexpected intelligence, the provisions,
en known to exist. which were on their way, were ordered back.-
The work will be embellished with several 'The soldiers of Alachua, though so unceremo-
aps, as also with facsimiles of tire principal niously discharged, assembled to the number of
adices eniploved, and copperpla'e engravings of about 200, to gp to tire' assistance of General
me of the most remarkable remains. Gaiies.
What serves in'n., small degree to enhance By the arrival of Mr. Samuel Harrison from
e value of the ancient writings, is the great Alachua on Tuesday evening last, we are fur-
parent probability, amounting indeed almost nished with still later information. -
certainty, -that it was a knowledge of these Gen. Clinch, with his forces in conjunction
cts that prompted the memorable expedition of with the Alachua militia, making in all about
or.uanus himself, which terminated in his dis- eight hundred, bihad gone to ai'd Gen. Gaines-
very of the New World-for it is a well a- iHe reached the camp, Saturday last, and effected
enticated fact, that the great navigator visited a junction with him. With their united forces,
eland in the year 1477, on which occasion he ainounting to nearly two thousand men, Gen.
uld scarcely fail to obtain some information Gaines intended crossing the Withlacoochie on
om its inhabitants, particularly its clerical Monrday last. His boats, floating bridges, &c.
nctionaries, with whom, according to the cus- were all prepared. He hIas four twelve-pounders,
m of thie times, Ire probably conversed in Latin, with which to cover his landing on the opposite
spectiog the voyages of their ancestors to those side of the Witlilacoochee. The Indians will
gions. undoubtedly make a desperate struggle to pre-
The Royal Society of Northern vintzqiuarzcs. Vent his crossing: Mr. Harrison said that on
Copenhagen. November 19, 1 I35. Monday the cannon were distinctly heard. It i
WVI.rLiA.M SCHLEGKL, President. all over now, and we are anxious to learn the re-
FiNN MAGNusoN, Vice President. sult. He states that General-Gaines had never
CHARLES C. RAFN, Secretary. shown to the enemy more th In IwI .hundred men
at one time, That in every nsiance ,f an attack,
'ode' ofPablicationand Condition ofSubscr;ption. whether by right or day, he was preparedfor
Thire Work, which hIas been in progress for sev- them, having anticipated tIre niov,?,eate of0seo-
al years past, and will leave thfe press before Ia. In this way, he made great havoc among the
e close of the ensuing summer 1836, will col- enemy, having killed several hundred of them.-
st of one volume, royal 4to. His loss, before General Clinch joined him, was
A summary of tIe working English, or Frenchi only eight killed and about forty wounded. Mr.
ill be delivered gratis to the subscribers, its size -. says, that in iis express, Gen. Gaines said he
be regulated by the number of subscribers, had men enough, and asked only for provisions
The price fir subscribers is, in America 12 and ammunition. -
ollars, or piastres efectives, thie freight troin From some observations made by Gen.Gaiies,
enmark to New York, Boston, or St. Thomas the number of Indians is estimated at. between
cluded. two and three thousand.
Forly copies have been struck off on thick By some negroes whoi have escaped to the
imperial vellum, at a proportionally higher price. whites, it is stated, that the Indians have made a
Subscribers are requested to transit their lull fortification on the other side of the Withlacoo-
ames, and address, written in a legible hand, to che, only 4 miles distant. It is made of earth
ae undersigned, Copenhagen 40 Kronprindsens- and fascines, and surrounded by a wide moat.-
ade, through the medium of the Serelaries of This is at Oseola's town, and is. probably the
rhe Rhode Island Historical Society, in Provi- strong hold of- the enemy. It ;s inipcr.sible to
once; The Massachusetts Historical Society, in say how much credit is due to these reports of
oston The American Philosophical Society,in the negroes- But in most other instances since
hiladelphia; or, care of WILLIAM LAMB, Esq., the commencement' of the lhoitlitiesa much has
t. Thomas. been lost by not crediting their statements -
General Gained intends marching for this place
THE DEPOSITE BANKS.-The Intelligencer of aIter crossing tha river. "There he will learn
thursday contains an interesting tabular state- whether Oseola yet knows how to maeile fotlifi-
nent of the condition of the Deposit Banks.fromn cations which can withstand our mean in.f balter-
hich the following recapitulation is drawn, ing them down. Before that place t- c.)ptured,
AI aggregate LiAB L.TsTIefthe 35 Bans. the one in which the women End i ildren proba-
Capital $42.356,088 27 bly are, tie struggle will be si.vere. It till be
treasurer United States 28,t239,744 64 the light of death to many.
public Officers 2,439,135 30 Should Gen. Gaines succeed, as he probably
Due to Banks 14,879,161 45 lias before this, he will have conquered the In-
ontingent fund 840,270 97 diana, and they must either surrender, or betake
profit and loss,discount and interest 3.189,932 83 themselves to the hammock and swamps for the
;ircilation 26,243,688 36' purpose of concealing and eluding the whites.-
rivate deposits 15,043,033'. 64 By all his inovenrents, Gtit. Gaines has evinced
Other liabilities 5,937,045 82 great skill, anid has shown that he perfectly un-
Difference 1,970 20 derslarids the enemy with whom he has to con-
tend. Tihe manner in which Ire cuts them off,
$139,170,171 45 with so little loss to himself, shows that. he has
MEANS TO MEET THEM. not been an idle scholar in the art of war. We
Loans and discounts $65,439,908 64 now confidently expect a speedy close of this
domesticc exchange 27;149,935 29 savage warfare, and that Oseola's boast of five
R-al estate 1,815,238 04 years will be a short five months. .
Due from Banks 15,712,977 ,3 The following, iron thie Charleston Courier,
lotes of other Banks 9,573,089 :3 puts to rest all the stories about Gen. Scott's.ani-
pecie 10,198,659 1 mosity to Gen. Gaines, and refusal to lend him
foreignn exchange 406,542 9 succor.
Expenses 96,591 49: The WPar in Florida.-An impression has been
theirr investments 8,777,228 79 very general in this quarter,from recent accounts
received from Florida,tliat a hostile feeling exists
$139,170,171 45 between Gen. Scott and Gen. Gaines, and some
letter writers have gone so far as to state, that
The Van Buren Democracy.-The Globe says, the former was. determined not to afford assist-
hat no instance can be adduced of a Whig or an ance to the latter to extricate him from the peril-
)pposition Legislature being bribed to betray ous situation in which he was placed,prrvious lo
heir constituents, and that it is only among the thle receipt of our last advices .romr tie banks of
democracyy that bribery has been effectual. This the Withlacoochee.
s really a great compliment to tire honesty of the An officer of the army, whi arrived here on
positiono; and as to the ease with which tlhe Saturday, in the steamer John D fMr.ngrn, as-
Democracy can be bribed, we leave that ton be sures us that there is not a'shadow of foundation
ettled between them and the Globe. We should for these erroneous impressions. On the contrary,
ike, however, to know, as a matter of enriosity, at the moment of his leaving Picolata, (6th inst.)
ow much it takes to bribe a good honest. Van there was not a.man in the army of Florida,who
Buren man ? We take it for granted the Globe felt more anxiously for the safety and success of
knows what has heretofore been paid for them. Gen. Gaines and his brave associates, than did
T'he Globe onght to publish a tariff of them, for Gen. Scott himself; and it was believed, at the
he honor of the party and the benefit of the pub- moment of his departure, that Gen. S., who had
ic. How much for a member of the lower branch then concentrated, at that point, about 2000 men,
of the Legislature ? How much for a State Se- would dismount as many of them as practicable,
nator? How much fior a menm!er of Congress? and, for want of other sufficient means of trans-
How much for a minember of the Kitchen Cabi- portation, load the horses with ammunition and
net? And how mudeh for. thie KING's PRINTER, provisions, and make a forced march to succor
f he should be thought worth buying ? We hope the detachmenrt under Sen. Gaines.
he Editor of the Globe will think of it.--Wash- We have been favored with a letter received
ington Telegraph. by a gentleman of this city from a relative, hold-
ingr a command in the force under Gen. Scott,
.4halversation of a Nvemw York Senator.-Iln tie dated steamboat Florida, near Picolata, March 9.
New-York Senate, on Thursday lhst, a letter was After describing the delays which had beset
read hy the Chairman of the Cormmittee appoint- hin in his effourls to reach the armtny,he continues:
ed to investigate the alleged conduct of certain i.There was no particular need of my services
Senators in ubstracling the funds of the Com- sooner, and now I fear we are too late for much
mercial Bank at Albany, the Cashier of which,it active service. 1 found Gen. Scott at Picolata
will be remembered, some months ago abscon- with four companies of artillery ; he has been
ded. The letter was from an individual named obliged to remain to await supplies and means of
Davis Benedict,-who stated that tnhe Hon. 1. W transportation, from the north. By the way,
Bishop, Senator from the 4th district, had, in the Pcrolata is no place at all, though found on the
spring of 1835, a debt against a gentleman al ho map; it is merely a boarding-house for consump-
was an applicant for the appointment of auctin-' ive invalids in winter; there is nothing to be
eer,and whio had been nominated by the Govorner; found now but fleas and hard fare.
that the Hon. 1. W Bisihop told the applicant or 'This morning an express arrived from Fort
his friends that he should not have the office, or Drane,and bought information ofti e movements
tiat Ie would oppose his appointment, unless he of Generals Gaines and Clinch, which deter-
paid him, the Hon. I. W: Bishop, thIe four hin- mined Gen. Scott to march to Fort Drane ir.
dried dollars he owed him. Not having the mon- immediately, wilih two of the companies and all the
ey with him, he applied to a friend,who, lent him provisions we have the means of transporting.-
the money to pay the Hon. I. W. Bishop, and So at 3 o'clock we embarked.and shall'to-morrow
then lIe, the lion. 1. W. Bishop, withdrew his land at Gerry's ferry on Black Creek, and move
opposition to the appointment, and it was con- toward Fort Drane as fast as possible. The
firmed. The letter also stated that the debt woas movenients of the troops have been much re-
contracted at the ganubling table, and the ceirrn- tarded by the want of wagons and horses, none
stances were known to Mr. Livingston, Senator having arrived from the north.
from thle Ist district. Gen. Clinch marched to join Gen. Gaines on
Mr Livingstlon, in hIris place, confirmed the the5th. Their forces when united will be found
allegations.contained in the letter, and Mr. Bish- from 15 to 1800, principally militia. There are
op,in his place, admitted them to he substantial- many rumors of the condition of the Indians as


ly true. well-as of the position of our troops, which are
The letter was then referred to the Committee, all more or less incorrect. Our greatest fear is
of which Mr. Young was Chairman, with all that the Indians will be dispersed before the
necessary forms in relation to it -Boston Courier. proper disposition can be made for surrounding
and crushing them at a blow "
Sale of Bank Stocks, ycstlrday, at public auction, A letter received in Augusta, from a volunteer
by Messrs Martin Stoddarmd i- Co.-Terins cash. in the Richmond Blues, states that among the
Interestclharinge upon thie StockE, since ls" divi- remains of Maj. Dade's command, were found
d Shares xhaneank pr aldsue aout $2200 in silver, some on the ground, and
64 S"Blare oe Canal nk, '2 37rS do 2; some in the clothes of the officers and men.
77 do do "do 6 265 d2rho 2
20 rIo do doo '26 2d do 26 The Girard Baink.-The Governor of Pennsyl-
,4 eagle Bank, at a5 do 50 vania hias ,etoedthe charter of the Girard Bank,
1o Union Bank, 55'371 do so for various assigned reasons. Mr. Stevons, not
15 ommnercial Bank, 53 67i do 5o a whit discouraged, has made a motion to bring
31 i do do a 75 3 do 50 S thebill again andaBcertain byavoteoftwo-
Thesale went offrather heavy, and toast of the thbiagaine House will sustain by a vote veto.
stocks advertised were withdrawn. thirds whether the House will sustain the veto.


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