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Title: Manufacturers' & farmers' journal, Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Portion of title: Manufacturers' and farmers' journal, Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Manufacturers' and farmers' journal, and Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Manufacturers & farmers journal, and Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Alternate Title: Providence journal
Physical Description: v. : ; 49-55 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Miller & Hutchens
Place of Publication: Providence R.I
Creation Date: January 25, 1836
Publication Date: 1820-1848
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Providence (R.I.)   ( lcsh )
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Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Rhode Island -- Providence -- Providence
Coordinates: 41.823611 x -71.422222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from Readex Microprint Corp. as part of the Early American newspapers series.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1820)-v. 27, no. 34 (Apr. 27, 1848).
General Note: Publisher: John Miller, <Jan. 12, 1829>-
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AND PROVIDENCE AND


PAVTUCIKEO T ADVERTISER.


VOLUME-XVI. MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 8-G. XO. 7


p .IR.' VJD i2NQ-.L JU UR N .A L. were iiaprl ed to pa\ tite money doe Ia, U-.ltiary rve,,rtr ,.I h .F. ir i liaF i-r. inp-pIi, .-. Fr" ihirr ....r.tr ,,h .Il ,, l,,i.'b, -. d ,Iidl .I
would ui.r.c teiinv public rxplini lo n r.l't lhe G( ,v pairsre. TI'-y iI ,t 1iat dev r. e Io Io e r,,. t iv id .,l .ll il.l% u ii .ini ,'ni-r i,.to acciii 11 i t i .llit
a-i.ii, sed of JOHN MILLER snd GEORGE ernmentl of ilae Unitd S tates in the'sa5me 1wa'. eqatlepr prepriition on our part. and I titert-rfte ourcancieait illr. Tie l..-.'r..eceived .t- -dat
P N(t NEI Propriior.iN U, (alty) Btut. conlra-tar I l he,-s w,.ht 'itan.l-I e i.':.,1;i .ri,.,-, strongly i rie large and -|., ai ma,,ir.pa' ,r,.,- I' .r h ,I1 d.-p t-'i-d this illusion, and tlie speech of the
pt.t"eith: a [ AuND., m.e d, thln, Fir,,ich 'liaa.r ilidrt ra,,a tht in,. a,- .app rr. the increase of thL navy, and the completing ir .-I 1c linm. r ion Pennsylvaiia had led hin to-np-
VTU'F i:PRl' t3 FItND P \ 'IRS JOURNAL. innity to r.ii,iole ih ,ii.irv's Iri,.i aii-,r r ,a t.iri.j our coist defen'es. .. p-r. i ,Ij II,- worst. coiseqiiences; Fie would not
I l.) iliy i.s-rrl Tlar.lIY. .1 I'tour .l.Ih,,' pear atnum.a- n,,I position, aid to d,.-i:jrrltiui- toi t'he United If this array of anililary orrpe he really (lly o:igin- say that war was itatended-by the President, bilt
'C's h`i0 Wis l) w A yio a n advraaice, a iidsdtiirCLiu, oil i."U 1. -
wll.be tainsle. in-tv,* d t l i tares. ed to affect hle action oh the Goverment and pe- hle wiuld say lhat the' lairuage of the President
-21i. b 'ittFIe JOiN \i. \% ID [NDEPENDBNTIN-. Whilst, however, tueG iC'rn'ea f a la'Uni- ple ff thie Uisted Stales, on the questions 'oiw evincd as iar as his capacity reached, a disposi-
Q ti.-tLt: t.(r'rld-lals .at Iwo tiolir n ail fifty i.at. I'If led Si S'irs 'w..i waiting the inovemnents.of tile penidint betwtien Ita- two- nations, then indeed tion to war. He wnuld go still further, and as
p I aIaliv itr.v fe r i vyst, Sal.51etin i v.i iio editeduet-,l. Fr-nchl C -j .ru.ient, in-perffeci it tit-r!i'.r il'.i wuhd it he disliol,,rab te to pause-a ininne rt onr I lie was biond in' cin and,,r t say, declare Ihat froti
6 1r 1 it arrle ,it I i ii -. at: ari.ir i it' Ite d.r,.llty us s at aa end, the S.e lar' .r t lle alterlnatiivee which such a state of affair.aO 'i i. it,.u,. ohhisc ,,cn teversy, thIO nla c urse
'n-s-ia intsy,cairniers .t 1-'lei,t at1atirlatt-a to I .disp;ofthsnse .9 1-,fi -y ous
them. L ai-.i r,. 'r, i-,, i .it ci c ill !frorm t ii: 1r..tit CICli. e I would present to nas, C mne what (nay. the r .x-- inc li. .i- Id have pliiunged us in a war. was
italiaoisrs notices and original marriages, i,.itcinat .A.-r i 'I'. iii"iit"o, '"who d"sire( to -reut to plaiatiin which Frsnce demandds cain ever ie the very curse- pnrrsud -Iy, the administration.
5.1cents each. b 1 him a iltier ,lie i.id rreived froin ilae 'French accorded; nild no araniLenl, however pcnwe'rful Hfis Hiove/if country, his regard for .l. interests.
tallrapostaedrsges pnaideler ..I F,.ri,r it Aff.irs. lae was asked sad itimprsin. at ., distance, oir on inr consci, wsil. his atntatent to justice', all conipelled him t,
tl p saig npt. rhelte, h,' i. i,,ir,,ct t o, directed t r make I trust, d'tesr us frmi d;--.l.ir.raia I| hi 'i i .i .. .i 'that 'if a'var sli dtil ens'' i,;c U' liar c'ut/cor
-' L ,s lit r t'l^ ... ir:iS. Psi c i v *- t-lti,, u,,ititiliam u'I it"-n. and replied that tie. ties we owe to outr c.,-.h' u rni t., n-..r ti.t, to ',. arI i. .1 w s'ahiall inc.ar all this ael....i. ali-
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... ... .. ....... r t s p y' I ne.'tl.' it a q.,,-s eJ r llr iirn.4 a,, ,.t .I. il 'n t -is,,,i .4 ,' F i.r -I aitl];i', a ii air,es .l ,e ..' A tim r ,in- i..r,-. ,.[ l;,r,.2 ..l .'ca n't 1,,- i,. i",,
PRO V ID EN CE t.. at.ilf, i i presumed,iity be. 2 i2hi: d ti ,i ,i tie nI h ,,; .i f' (-.,ra,-,' Uiii.a,,iiiiijl re i on ,- ,ar ii' i ,t ,i,,,,,.i i- l s .I it ,-n l ,
-- ---- Nr.. *I iId lt herewithi ir'anis.ilir-d 1 ita5 u ti,,.il,., h it l a,- i.' are ,, t nI'lhe .lii t iii' .1ily, I:ll iilio-L ,,',,, "till i a, tihl-r 'I',at )r. aliais itaitlry
TIE SPWECIAL MESSAGE. attempt to make knwn I., 11i li G.;,r .viu.n-int oi ahs-.ul- Id'Il inainl.iii-,,t nil it ,'.i.,i,,iat i' ,.. d H.. 1 ,-i, a ii,.. il-r,.ni n p..i.u! Ir pi. ri.'i,.i said
W e cop this d6cantlient of nionaenptuasi ;n, fi- lel i,.L-l S-i..ii piv i ,i.lv, ;i i..i,.i ri-r.,cr i. .. ln b, ih.- Liin. ... i St a It ish ,1e .,.IriLi.t," _d -., ii '.I, t rraa l'ri' iin
r ~ ~ ~,. -*uI.J ,i,,. i .' tD ,~l. fi.i,,.-.;, nI~p.., .ilr-,,L tt' i, i i. oi;,rrr, I .r ',lf 11,,. hildui,n1 r e,-, u,]> _t u. n-i,-r .Tr,,- ^ '^ *- ..u,-m ." -
e t .' tl.'a-i e C iu lrV tand t le i ..,i' e-, I o.,i o '- ..11 -. -iu i |, | l, a, im,,1 t F t,, '.i-, ,ii.: it.i ,, l[. i ., la,. r l-, "I,, ,w l .if ln ,-ator or.ifT rrl rus,,.lul, ,,n I. >,l d ] {, t 'tm .., ,i ,-r -e |. ,, J ...,r ,- ,, .- ,
gnr ss in relation t. it a front thu .,'..li nilrl i t -no i a hit 'lt.,fbl,,n ap. i-hril I i liv i n I- i it- .raiu a ri ,,]- .,1 ,11 I ,7.,-l, l ,: Jh ,,a1iicr. ,1 1 .i trer I.,s .i .-, ii n ir'-d In .d t i Fi. r,-re f, n h ,il..'.n i i t .... .' .'.
m e rce, rec eiv e d by T ,i.jrh d y'rsd i n i l F r.rain le e I [,tii i i t 1, ,n c s N '.tr po.ian w t,a ,, t :i lha.a ir, ,.l ax i alal..m' a li.,i i al nIII b) slle AaI..a e,.a i i ,n t, .....t't-' ', ..na'l III ,ac ll-.iiiar aian a -. n ,l-t ,J. i 1. i u,. 1,
late hor at which it was re eiv-.d, wehave 'i. trnd :,i ,rio elr as iti-c t i, ,r. t i ir l na g potracted drl..iai a i ala air n.-a Eve.' wlheatilr. Rivesisrred our
tim e 1t s ,y thiat we t..'.rra. its beli, r.ait cl,-n ca i a" ,-.,'jIll,- a ,. In ilI ,,,. uri.r ,,,-ir. ,,! ,, ,nt l -n., and of fo ,rbearane t,'r- -. u, r l, i1i, u .'d'h ,t i ,e a_, told.by t..... Ki, g t. It hI ..,,a .fe pre-
,'a'-'rl'iiuii mi-in,'], in ii a~re ,1i, theirnt ,nit.i nl. nI-.,i..-., end cof-'- i- 2.,,n.r.i ,.in cii-, i_ ,- ,i lil-u ait. ,r, d hJ a il'',',,iar,,',, a],. -iran iii-t" hl.a]i hn feartedl
er, and still' hope cli.-l the ii' aii.-iri i :.ni.-i'.. h,.:,llyr I aI uni. iL eie Nat t_, 1 i,,' H, i n. 'in ,ru ..r.-'ht u .t i.i.,..i, .i. .Ia 1 r ni ,,i e i, .u.ni, ihtt t _li la l.,C .Ar- Id olt 'vole the a pproplnia.
quences !lilteh, Io result tic-inaL i ia.i' be ,stciltnd .it1t rl.iJ.i ..,minuni a .ii n tl... i li'e G...v. rnn. ,,l, i i, ,i ,. within, old i..o, ._- ih- t,,I ,tli .d ii ,,,in 'f, .-, tin ,i t t'--onderlulyi I' ,r t. a.- a. tlie Ian-
.*"- d~d id .t "duiii 1.1' r.u.lj .,r ,.hlr ,il n.-hlt i or,.,.',,id rrd-inninficalion, w which, aiter ,- ,,, ,_.1 r a -J ,-i ras l a.t that tira e. au ,t.,ii-ii was told,
Fromthei N. York.J urnalo omr.p.e -:t --.' We. ieid itdy i saf.il be n-l.jOat l- t ie b:,.i o tl o in ev clian b tllhe [ta,;,n.e atid da]r.i..s;.i hid ..I I-i t h been aolr. Ih l ii'w, urged our ctlai atthiat at omne ti.Flance,
H IGHLY IMPORTANT.Oet E.ite:ulive i,,r ile Letgilalre_ nna lie Stui-crtir racial, o.vreedl on ty the tr,-3il cit 131, and to an ineirJ ,,rf l.-ing r-n tin--re friendly footti"g. with
At el-Svi. o S'l--,k llst rij;la,, our Ex'prer.; atr- .fI Sta t ai id n..-t Ihtil pa pre r 1.- ail, a ce'-.py, bhe- sea at rui-gut lhie C.h.Iriti.,n ,1 i1-1. -s. tIe uni- *ii. ti, tlib be iA ,d' t, ., ind r, it more utiir. ...Jil
rved frinI W a.'c ingitn, brain i t. l. b the pri.-.rd r',use e r. l..i hi ave a i-n it- e -u.r it (_,pi-' ul pa- 1 ,-,1 I t,I. rbill nal bI li.- .n-,l\ I ,-ittf.ri. The p..-,i'n Sht. l .urr at tieh- r urged thie claim -
in .d ilf c.:'i:.,i,. t.Iu, c M ,Jrav, ,n,:lu ,iii iiite S 'lA. I -i.,aa i. i,,.ailt .d r-jniaLrs 1. I'i artnd I I ..lihi,,v in e'ff rt nf liuminio.ilv i a I r, I .r.n lr i uh.lntrii | But l-' i m ( -ric. aI, pi iu p t o p a to so y any.i an of hon-
CIAL \CS! GL- OF 'HO 'IPRES1[DIPR -.E SeIDENpTti.ntii pr.:.l i,-t Fe.'i.i singed ArT,?irs, "e .ppcals -" juii'.e ind aiPe a-i.l-rnent of reao- rahb,-'e. tnt- "u Ihe ld ra..t in itlselfconstilute a
whicli., aa.rie.,liaI' ae..\pe i a.? n i, 'ia ,r-ii'iiai.i mal.' tierkt aler taild lo place a copy ot this sol i. i iiph ci,ccrJ i, itt'-iure- .u All% resorted to',i- rSLrtittlin aoa tiI lie It i di.fiai it a conditon-
cated on tIhat dl'. A cL.,p ..-I th, iiaurlOrtl do..- p.ipe'r an,,-,nr the arcli;,i' s of this, Government, bv ijiiir'd nali ons, it Il rec e litil ecorae- alane t e raparofthe French niiistr. Such
nient will he feo rid bla hji \Vbo had lh.aped it l,..ulds ,vh hi r...r ,.b'" ,,T' i re.t.stis_ rt- l ainot ei lo be n ,-it Ir ,ma -i].:h n r .je iB the se-lection and as the iniplih, d roblii ..n a.-n 'the part ofFrance.
be delayTed u.tijl i' s .'s as r,.-:, i.-ed 't ifthe r ff:C t don.ei : L,.t the i aq .r n bc ticl.r g.ven g i,,n ra p.c ,-ii-r l r,'e-.-ii l ul u LI hII I 'nil and t r p. dient in a- I. t ,.si l .:.lhl.A-Lr .,nr .:. n our part? It was
of tle l MeseP6,a- 'at thc '-.L I'.'nm. l(-.-.r.- ei,.i, up.:.ri Ed. ltlh.i any .-ti..-.h c.. a ain -:ai.m-- ..n t i leh b sure as may be necesarysar.y ir.. ir., er, t a rt ll i t. it wel a we i .,uld lthroi w i,, im' rpediment in the way I
the Finci.li .rvern, _i, ,r. a-is.ar ii ri i.r, riu sp,-eCial i,'iLt be authorized to .' = l iih t.:,'-.]u.i..-i t ,,il i.i t.n t.i ra.-I, ,.. iaot i', i .al 1 hIe h ti'.-.- .ll'Ithe Ln, a.I A nd ait I li h d been nur conduct!
M esiae v.i-old be ri-|uird, r e x:e pt tia, 'di utit.-o a for ..ni .,,d rt,:en i at i-,r.nmpt naid jul i..,n,,iod r. .,1 a.le .hill ,nihr.-.pei, we li il flh r. iore n.-.-I ..nil In tire first .Ihlace,our minister writes home a fl t.
Io nlir-a'ngni hct athrit r.ll ol 'icle: I.- hie renewal raittion TIhe sindiaecri-titn i.r ili. llesiii,. t,.s mmad- preserve velthe pecuniary inhi-:'cls t, ,.ir Ciizn lera, iringe description ot his ow'n .diplomatic skill.-
of fhriindl ar,'atiunt bLmeen tile itao ncomiiiinr.-, nre rnioaiat hlay thIir ,ib,-qei'tnl av.,-al ,,ftho ,hie independence bt'u our Gis.-nt na,. i.d liht 'Thai was not, indeed, a fit subject for censure.-
were rem-i.i.'d Or 1 il nii ,la hit c.,rir,,ni;.: tied Ft.-',,ch Clifmre d'AlA ,,,ear, that thae object was to ioinor ofaour cahantry, but d,. ,arJ,-la. it lin .,ah I li-a cunduc a'.a.ti r, iu iA Imunt what did our Ex-
now, ne haid hopied tliat thIe pta-,i: tean-.r o'f ali bring thi. Iiur bti-nb .. Conngress mand iie Anirri- Ituoped, to.vindicale,tthe -iith of treaties, irind I.- iii':e, I.. H.ii puihlish,-d ilie. letterfof Mni. Rives
lalent adiices f'r-:,n FrahiLt erould hlite t1-1 irtrd cn |i epi- I Ifito-i._n agents..,on a subject of promn,,te the general intee t-s of peace civil e, zt th'tlte wobtld, and the consequence was, that a
somnethingi.fth-- sime ]iii-teeri'e tI., h, ic Slir,-' di- ofg,. iii ibl-tveEr, Ltheir, Govenimnent, and. i.j,,,ai,ad aia.Todrt en.,i ... liiuh dc-rice c-f irritation was producedsgainst us
Mrsa'ge. Eut al, asts The Presideni iindd'eid IhAi, il,h to i r,.'lr an appeal to the. American A NDnRiW JACKSON. : in Ile irenehl Chambers. This was thie first imn
talk n olfpcace, aid c, f'.rlt hf:.r ia1 preZeri ilioan; pp,,plc, ithey will heroafl,'r, it is hoped, better Ilit.-la lon, -f Jin.IParii I) ;ji pediment thrown in the way of 'the,'execution of'
but riat li: same inti e h-ie rc.- .rni,, n.l ni e:;O ri,r .r. ,ppreci ie tihL r -.as r,_lil_, and Ihe respect due the treaty., \\'h't was tie next? Before the
which a' 'idopied, a.-uld pr-bal-.I) nlJ in ait.,a oisei, lioan tu allatrp|i to use the Executive .- i i .I Frenoh Clihambers had time to act on the subject,
But-our hop,: is in th Sen.,t. lrd in il) el-..ii'p -It, ie p.ais., e olia, .:.l'ilcir communications' It ..IN S-.EN E ou' our Secretary'6fthe Treasuryt drew a bill bn.the
or 'Repaes hrit nir- TThe '. we ire' muie. atflrtiae is due Io lr.e ct.i''ri.taer of our institutions, that MONDAY Janary 18 French Goverimeut for thlie amount of thie firsI
friendly orertues whach hive ,,-ri mad bi i diplo.ia-itie inlerc-.ue i.- thi G.vernment Two Messages'were received today from tie nstaleit. tie result of which ws Ioest of'
France, pailtculrlv inan thlie Ilet ,I'fhe' Dutoe dS.- sli:t-id be cniiduct'd %,ilh the ntinol dt.areal nesS prienii t.I'te United oStnies .{leo ae a special tihe bill. This was the nnext iinol'dimreiit/ Yet
France,'.pattc,.pd....ncssUaionh e~ S tate oflu, e,;.-, special rohtwitirstanding these itnpedimisents, the-bill was
Broglie, till iAnt ianclt-n orin o miiurt- calcula. i-an.J srniplihtiy, findsd th. in aill cra;ts ofl i'npta. anessge' on the subject of .'-r relat-.tn- wit, W il.ao" an t he Chaimnbors bygl at
ted lo prccipilate a crtits,-a t 'ini3 until it i i n i....:t.' i',-- .:.nn ri. ,. i i,:..-. ,:d j or Innld by F ;ii,' iri li li the Preside ,t ta alit aI Fl r i ,.- l in the harhbers by only eight vn!es. And
seen wlhtlhr the M :ieoa.e 'at lIst D.re,-,ca.. ;s 11a.1 L.-,:i-'.iou- h-ia id u. aute H i-' accustonmedstll pen rnapl.,ratel refuses ao pi Ie .1ai,.a nt a ia was respjorisible tor tihe loss of these eight
notil considered hr FFca e a 5 c.,a.riii ,,g ,ia re ,:.i',i.:,-, I.f- t ir s In .i bi ni -ar- 'r 1,1 l:rni cl,,rI ,,, ] Lbv the l nie d Slates. ,r1d.r Staes ad.,,, e1 ,hs:? ,W c had thrown the itrvedii endis .in bhe
quisine explarr'a.i-,,,al. And then. ,1 l e pearl. its uhat,.tnc p,,iers ca,n e held .1 t.lull t.3ponsi. o 1. 'u l 3 a o shall be tendered. wy, aritls'was ha view of it Itken by the
_- n le- riapotlogy shllt be tendered,inIll a, 4.-... .i ,
are likeiv to acome to hlo.v., Enii.ind irill step i ltbnhv "i. 11,h theirr eoinmnunications can be offic- terms which are dictatedic by. b-herself, andil under Iten Ministes. We weboere bond therefore ti
betweep'thena niud aci the it ol atri.ddi.i)r ait|," r,,:.l,,d lo; rI tiitt lihe advice or itiriec- lIese qircnstances, rco edin. thit O[ cceive the' sulsequernt course of France a witi
thse cllstanoe., reeo-rnmendino that ourn.
n- n."e ,if ise L. lalur. clin, C ,Ili pr..,pia r-aiy, b. N pv be Ni ;ncr i sd. nr a d ll.i a .I .iA pas d g. greatanld ess, Snd V;o have viewed the rejection"
,ESSA G E2nicit theala- s dr I Tirac--mar;- inI- .tt ......1 ,1 it ,c fie I it . i ..
Fm R .-_ a. rT a e i b e st' .cI I.. -lie P te i -d a n T h- c .:turo "m. L is.. is, -i, s :". ,,, ., ,,'s." ., tr, ,,,t, ,, ',,1 1h it. l I ll a- m I *t ran e s s oi tel ou u.r t lP I n I.- r -i n
rR,:..rrIBH -eil rah:,;..l tld, cn thi.?. .:lie h.lind.,. .. h,,-,ild lhl,. .. !*)., '( ,, ,,T "',/ ,t.-1/ t,,M', ll "1 It 't "*r "* tvi "h,, ,M tep oil'0ur nlt ,_i l ? hi.
PRES!iDEN.Vr O P I'3 l ETtNIlED StATES. oit-..r i- njAl n.. f, .r:.njustsu nls,, itnr on the thr, ou, ]/,,,,,;-ist i -...i hir ii, arnaer to a is.tilulli, o opening. of the nxt s-ssi"i of Coungressthatt.n-
Toaha S-n-it,. anal Hoiuse *brit R i iii i ,.i j t ial p t n l ot.l- acit t1o public stru thflle n atei, an'.pacd j0 mnli-is ot MIr Clisv .;.ll iii f i lr. ile l a I P le-si.. I the l resident -vas
Genilemen : In my message at the ,opeinio- ngki" f1rl ind ine..istaion should require' ii, io t-se i.nn i li a li- d -a ll ti abi- rll d i ill il seqAnenIt diflcul-
youi-sesi.on, I inf.rmint cI.u itahal our C-hargi lultiirollla .1ii.nnrJvmriTiian I d t het ia-il f ',il need.-b- Dh i Dk,: de lr-alm- to Mri c; .tiira, co'ta i- ties, reeom1mendina a course very little short of
e A e 1,r 2 .IlSintl -L.-;.crL ".m p r .-e i, I,
d'A id irc s at Piais it,,J be t ioi.tiru'led c -sa i lt .r i rt ,ijic, ial..a-n- pi lhl ipr-p im I.n' i-a, mce ,,.d u I Ii til',.t:i, r i c .-tiv .- I ,- ,, a tcinil er un. .ta-- r i, ', rri,,e ,- t h le
Ihe fin.lI deie rmlainct-,rl rn trhe Fi,-'nel.Gv-,.crnnieiii n 1i qlir-i-., in, imu- hli a5o, in ild'l,.-.n to other alirts ihf,' i1i.r t f I' .I Sa. rrrurier, r iwhl was tlnr-rr i r ey -'I aio -i w i i- ini. ur11 I. .-. ,- t It.
in iclti-otn ihtime pauaisnitr iftie aiadsimimfa.asruncmm, mrainr'.ii u.,i.;iesm, it v.iiv an iaataarrrt concerned 'ed to in the Message of the 'President of r b ped1io--ma'. The'Fretich King brought the ctsl-
seirured by Ile ireil' i ofi thetll, c:l .luis. I:J1, tie lati.-n.Jl i.,.n.-i mu.- r, or,n t judgment, last, as q.niaining exceptionable langu. t-c-1t tnbt l.,re Ihe Chamnbers, and,, in-spite ol all dif.
and that a hen advics-_ on Ithe r?,,ila should be nmucli on rd' ti,, li- noid,- Ithe ubjecet of pri- The ,latter enclosed some correspondence i apppiatio bill was passed witI
-received, il would be mad; the subject o- a speak \sat.- id ,n,,:. ,.,:il ncgociation. .oI which the letter of M. Serr.urier appears, ut a aimendiaent. He presumed ; tlit in acceding
Cal eonmmu.in a ,.:.n. t | l ,|he rr p ericair.] .rlt ,al.; letter' of .Ahe there is only ar' explanation of the manner In .ino lli; ainerdnen tl. [lie Frr-.ul ;..;l- '1.,i \ ; i.
In execution-ot is d'-aot gn.I na transihini 1t rFrenich ihnsi-r o F-'i.-.-i-i Aflaura was rend il., n lahi Mh Pagesa iminiunicated the inoniffical e vn i i t t ,r t,, ii.-
So;, -"ibnF ., y -f dinr [-le Ihad li enjoyed A ie l[) 1 t i ll
3 ou the papers mliaed. and iumtred e fr-m I i tlhe sAeciviarv 0 1 Sus' ,n the lh onf Srpte ibet letter fIie Due de teroglie, tite circumstsnoes .y'f ie "ing .a'he, h '. riJty* d,' ti pp.t.'lieity
13, inclusive, contanin,.g, ananiT otli-r lthinrs I last I.s n-v'14 lie t r.- nal, it,1-ls indmi I-,n e rL.cn. tinhi tllesame-as hey .liayve' ibee of hean t coresponence, hl i wa
correspondenice on hiis u hirjI :.-l between uuo th.- .pscais:e wv.e f, l o le Fren G-.. itininerlt,e- tranled in the Nattonal intelligence e I (i nne well stal -lied withI ti e ext lnaliirnms, ainia leo
Char-e d'AfIiaire aid the French Mlinisler of eetvea b] h- Ie Gvern,-,ent ot o le aLiniihd Siats since L o I r the.French M .nser to
Fore.in AAffaira, from which it %;ll be sen, ilaii .f.r le pa'aage- rt nIte ill f .r'ndemn,-flation il ian .gs wer ordrel a. he reli r- lIr ChIre ul tO have been trancsiiltend. in
France requi,rie i. a onJontlin precednt. l t I n I.ra i a h a a e lie I-r thad been w ria hn aI-ire '-l h- t. e ioa ti ,n Fortgn li iIm on, an.l order to sho-. .'the true feeling w.iachi prevailed
esecuiA;un ufa treatl itic.nndaliaitll r.stiaied aid thie ofli. Ii-..ire of mnt ippr..vl f 0Mr. Lie ing printed; anti :Fe .. a e..t c,.ii,-s SpeiiA r whef thneappr.opriation was-a jecleda 1
to) lthe'p.i'ment .)f'a dcnbt at kni%-na d d Lb -all -li-o.n'i li a' c.'.plait-lt id reaTi-arati'r e n o n: .fl tlhaI'ae aand D oeuoients were nrder.ed to ,be H e wished that this s ... -.',i, h ad b een delayed
the branches ol her G,.vernrent to bel due lit have re.iched P.,ris,j,,lt gr-.und of hope was left, Plin'ed. uritl the mesa of t'lhe President atihe n'pening
certLain explanations tisill be tad, of i.h{cli uhe as Ia. been before t.atmd that the French' Goa- While lie m,..lon to print .theunessages was ofthe pesentConhgress had reached France, and
dictales lthe tlernn Thes- Itrnos irn such is Ih-at ernnient on ru.e-iving ihis. information, irii, tine pending, we had i,'ceri red its effect on the French gLv-
Governiiaent li .alre.,Jd be-n offi.-'nAlly ,rdho-rn:l 4,mm- mii,,.-r t-he alleged offe-nding message had lMr BHiihiaiman rose, and expressed the JlI, ernment \' lh' as ot Ch.rn- sosuddenly rec
cannot b c.,taiplicd wt.ll, inr-t E' t.. rircld i,-. reached n, nv..-uld de.i. afrbm their extraotrdi rahfi."-,..n which li he had felt on hearitm h,-, called? This ought to hare- been a ie course.
they nmii[t be con:id.-d. ,-i- a aJIhlibraatd r. i,:nal n',mr' d .ni,,nd and paP the money at .-)n-.- T message read. lHesaidlsthat lie watchedwith an-in- and. the inessa-, which lie r, uld not brut consid. -
on tlie pi-t -'i F. t .-e i, o lij-, i t h i -jne t ba i,.I a na -i'am thei. a n oppoi lural, .'i l- :-., am.J. at ill -tense interest,the progressofour negotiationswith er a hostile in i ,i [.,r ih ;i .-s.it have been'tuspen-
ing by the rats a 01 nationi.and helI-Id ared by time nten-, ton elicit i.eir final detierimiaion, and ilie Frmnce. He hadflattered himtaself that when thete dd. Stillhe i nt, rl ta-ed i-e liope that tile con-
whole ciilzed wn-orid The naure of the act grround they intended lo odronpvthe instructions present King had ascended tLie Ihronr. s1. which- itroversy aitighlt be ,it,,rght o ,in anaicable eclotse;
which France require; f'romn thih tI.:,,ernn'n I: were giv-n :I '-.ur Cl, iar.e d'Affaires, which were hlie was so materially assisted by. G nerr LafiLy- hut.'' t-h 1 i. -iu ', a.-e a,'I ,J,',d-iti,-nus should reach
clearly set' i fn rth ain tile letter of i hr Frerrich Mi n- id eitod let i ,l 'hi c m- n.e c no ..n r .f Li,,., pii: en a r t-. I e ', Cluin.-t (I f l as irt,,i t.ir, ii ,u ld I le al. ,Fhas.-,h. bef..t-u latm-r.- r ili ie-n wi.y decsi, on, hisi 1
icIter, marklrd No. I. We stall plv 'lie m u s ,i-:-n -,I tICorirees. Froe ei-,it. ai % u hi ve ia-Iac d. Btt a B et e lopes had tut,'nsd out It be belan, tould. b- deh r.-.,vi ,l Of tii steps Ilis was
sais heh when't" "tht G eccrnr.'rn. sf /tieI U.n eJ -eenh is a d.-n-liad of ait :-tFie-.'Il trltIc i e\[.,resa. vn in. -Ic mhad .loked i aaItli a p.riA'heeL aaIr rnae lie in-lt IIkl-I t.'. l. td In ratr, an.i. what was to
Sat.f' .c r,:ad,, ota itir p, sri, a rift'.rie it,.af. b nill ion nlo regr i'., oind a dare,:' a \pli, nalin.-n dildrc.-,.ed und a m .-ral ,I rt' inty, I.-n the tfT,:t i l hea lsl be the resull W \\e .s go toswar for tis 'five muil-
dresaan 1 us t3 ai In to iii tlt',. ilhi, an i i rn tfrr', int _- Fa not-, a ill a datinci .i inliilniion lhrt ili s na a evsage nI the [rt',ident. as licii' ontrels iatis- lu-na olaflll.ar- 'lihe first.disciarge ofcannon is
it rigs.,s ii-,: inr., us.:,:',na]n.. ir/-h, 'hl.a- ari's- n .ic ,tie n-ia. I'tot)y lt.) ti- Freunu h .veru.ane nt. [itt he receipt in tlal i..r the debt. And to whoaa wills
'titaiitaf f ti ac-i' .'s inS' a fla"',.ith' 't a'tn'ias' ii':'rS''' hMt Hat..', hii uri, 'n -wr enar c 'f hi ira- Ce-phl'reyrsiteiIn 'atn.fh aIht th,-' sc-,uld n-- to min h ti a..t, -a. i-,jio\, result I.The conoomm rcee f
Ialu n al;t,'i. .for- t rO ,'.s; ld-i .t ,ii. ii.' .' t .'I '" le ier... % d' r', aq ., ;n piir. t.i.ina e .. hi.-u. r r, r am-il i.hI' ct' ra'in ,d r-IL.- ,ll].- Inv.-suld rm ,rnc .rei il- i-..,, ry result n iThe com mere bf
oth',. F/,' I/ G..t u-:t.a '. n, bt r I-r t act '. t-,, ai" ,d1i.......i",- ,:,,iiid, .ll' iipl..rin itc mti ,a.n-ut ar b -ti-..- n il ', '1,-, id i- rim m tnion hI tat- ,ih.i.trli a ,ririrr i lille to prepare for var'; while to us tie cost
ottitade r,iwat' s Fr.g,.['." n.d he daJ- I "I'a dds i. n'.tre i,.iiupeindetl-.o1 atri- I.'f ltitu.e a ni i ih' turn-. h irmnh.trr, iatai lm- %? mhi,,os miise will be i'mnense.u We can inflict no injury on
Gotara'ns nt rot la fa.c i ',/ %,,t1tin i/ium nat 9t,'t f-'r ritltiir ,u m an t nr, are ,r',nthls ijst-tltl, ,,t' cn alI.: a,. da-naandd v riL, iallt', ai s talin., ecompr ied Frahn e, while ste.can'innflici tremendous injury
hiliats or'iars -i )s t o r-tmapiie propattain-;ttaiincost-he

I ra c' e. ,.l -! I / ..'./..f ',:, |,. ,'; r'i ,'.. p',-r 'I,. thin-: Fr idlch tGi.isrrniatrl, mirt hrti'r,-ni-i rn-J I', % i I'm- h.t b iehtii.sl,' dnd hIi thon ht I ,l i l ,inossi-. an us W e shaoutld suffer more in a wav with
tmntaun d,.rsaearJlrt, .1 'N.i' a,.: t, E.r-t acit SIr1, en, r- ,,eei'.ir) ,on pur p Irt I, h r them 'a.If t .,i petfi,]rtin hot':, b it a-t mall r a-c-alJhl t,,heve, a ilt..ra-linng aupol- France, than even in a War with EL.,i. ri, r and
In tl e m ltlr r l 'irki :l N. l5. th,.. Fta -ar.= i/.h fl,,,-hr tj r alminlr .'n.rrt e trie ,n iret-uy, hr..-ia lL the "rt And wh ,ii -i~it.i Iatl a ae rea.,-tltrahabhl'., ,, ta t 'ir >itil, F,',rin. :' ,vII tIh.n.w ni,.ti hle la.nunIra ofh
ali r- ar h.rli5, llh r" ";'r. i .. ,o .. l ,, tl,. U.',...j i,,nhl'af p,:rl..r i >nt:r ..a.e .I mmlt b\ iili thi- aarre 1-u. ni a il, th e rou s ol ilhs .ipol-ig stere t,- le hn .ru'i'l ,ran] 'all shasi' e.--,ii.. rc i ,I na-hla rut-np whieh b
SSi.ris ]noias-.-, It'ar sap--au .el" l' /..n/n mais lath t I.a a ms,, etj ,,g arg iiny amatalim cn,..aniat-rrc h.iel r rd'Nelve t-i t i hi al lih,-'' are detailed in lernnis y ,e3 have h l.]..r llae ifrmn' enj ,. d Io a j,,mc and ne-
word /l/s irtrucc .d of ri ftam y'./,if ]n/iy i, i,.'31.' advarmiaes tlme l i'irnli G,,vernn ".nt. T1'hi-y wsene dictated ecssary warfare Ihe wealth s d sinew ol lthe
Oblih_,nd b, tmhe in-recase langurse ih ',s us.-.J bh' Ile It Ia tarn' ll,i l is ni-'miil l ps''l],.t If ,, tr tin e atue dI Brcgi- cn1ie I to Blr a'al ..n, snd lhat- country fields its best esploymnent; but this is not
Frei el, Ihunsti.'i. ,- ia tiv t it ai pern.iii.'l.'., ii- timo hc~eli :t.'- m,-i, l ,h ia.am.hiii'sa lni.-.n .-h. inu -al a', .' lii *-'-ih-'i1 AI n tmectutaiisi U, rrt,,.-,,r I i s ca-.e ofhlh,.l taind ; th tiere could be no war rnnre
fioal to it xeeti tile I rerty. ef'..-pI on t int i'ta' u rn f r.,,t i-n ht ,1., a .t ,,,-a1o.ai ,..t,,,ie l t ., ,ti ,nr i .ii ia, it it r.i t' ,n iiith, ,hit '... m, .-.' *i5 lla r it-ri.)i ) in- .'illei'r ntl.u l t, us now than a war with Francei.'
,jompr lis e ta,,h i ire lu...rni.r narl tam-in.,i- r. ri] .: ..a f -,,. r r.a-- *- Ih.- a :l a.' = r.ic: rme-p-r- I ,' rule Fr ,,i..e a ,' In d n it- ] i .ii puhi ahe u,.t.,h u-,sih I ,| ahu u -i ,F ,.,ha "irh-,t Oas ar- a ,anessity lbr swar, yet iinto succli
Ihi UI italed SSit-sa, nd p'ru-u d, tilr .it ,''i ..:.nt i,.r a.s in a .r Ian l',la l a ..I tt .. ,' is il'a t] t-tra ,,Is (.i .ar [tnmletilt It g s lit\ n in ,f rli r, larm,,] Ill ij.it a t r a t e ie iStam longer of plung i nr ryg. W e I rnn ,
tidt-aing the cmrn-epondani e o ,,v i ubmamt,?d to r,:.tir ma l l- t ie n-stl of ivIlh,,h ast-', by atemotsn.in' all an mdv.en,.e, ,illm sr capali,.n of ihtt- aelain tm f ih' t 'F F-ac'e carm.t -,a lias heads to still further arm ing, g
you. you tc regard at ii i ra'ia ith.r Iglh. I1 be- ,ian.r ,:,f ,'oiusl etnra. i-a t lo rmIIIw rn.man-asl a-n'-mit 'rrri'. tlis il -tis .-t fi.il.i. t.i s ru-I n -Hi r unil at Ii,. a t ill be impossible to avoid war.
ca nmeit my duly if. iell yo' r 0'-a r t it-nn.n lo ,-I fe 7i: gna;n r t 'ii i lp.l unt, IE1 u.1 nite s. l tutu n-, e e l ,hi 'r,_s s.i--ld itre i.:, ii %,a.ti ua they si..ina d Mr C.'ulit. ts m lde -a few remarksk, askin. it r
tneaitires i alie as- i.,?rici ulf 1in,' ,' '.oc ,r.tnendriJ i" ir,,nc 1cs 'llie b fli 'taunt1' f *min, utl Ii raumJ ilit' pri'enie It'i i aigSri mtrcni t nlatn a11,, ti m ee ht ic m e a in rie t-.. ,._'r ,,1, from arms from dread of an
llbs ctlat im ufnli'tiur 0 tn.' -r l i a iltnn ant:-rn. i,.. r.i il t''' rii clue" -in'n isis ...n" i l l i- R .r B.'it ll-r i' narm.icir i.ii ti a a l '''r \a .' t. e ain wilh ar arms Pt-
h t'lweein the lr1-r.- at itraclia,.. ,.,I 'n Goaerna i a r .-a d ,s, i tl e i pe ctul if...eliri a it -lmi..- i -nti.v u, 'a iu"niu-itel i '' l Ia l .J]ri'tra. d itl S- l:a I oiu'adritr' wao enour h t in rike e e'-
r i o 11bl L" 11.1 Ill"0-iL { triee t ,o-d be ding. un e h nevnietWadih b _, d 'n






imen tshall be plt.e-t ed Ia i'hN, i..si T r.ie% ..... ,- att-i .n.; and ai"i i irc im r., i,,i, c: of ite ',r.. ii t -r.v % a. ,if a "-e itira tie tri AT w ould be ilnlle .a ni'rtit n r bl.a..In l oil in his 'veins. S ham e, t
rendered he more ndm'lm umini.iiil. b iht, by ae, a thal nu,-onze and dencod. Of ala- ale ihe r n All di- bls on le tubijc lerelbre shame, that such sentinenls ssiould have aeai
ihe substance nf tlhe required explanation- has renedmes, I hire iaet-hl..l.r haid .-.-c.iasr-si in. ep.alt were removed ; and the course of the United from such a quarter. It was impossible for him I
been rcieatedly ;at d v.>'irit.lvy iren b..h:bre at InJ, an rl.:i-tin.:e to a parblacul.m'T cianhia.at.. ljtr Sltte'W e now as plain as a sunbeam. Unless tosit still andd hear them. "-
wao insisted on int a r'a.siinhl,,n-- n-cnadli.:-ia the .er;peu nir v.:en, i'ctn -an t rIl,r-],,rlt c-...,lml'be an apology, on the terms prescribed, .was offer Mr. Buchanan said a few words in explanation,
smore ceumtlseg, bete it d ,emmnd a ihe tnit ,ll-Ipud tlI-,a lit.-rs ... '"tli-n t ".nV,,eni. e the treaty .as- not to be fulfilled. Such after- which the message was referred. .
equivalent ofa pecuniary onsideratiprn Does player ,itie- th.til pfr].ji, Fianee, try all the eplolgy, he believed the American-people would The other business of lte day was of inoriaur
France desire-only a declarationr that we had no departments her G ernent, hasacknow- nve sanction; and e hoped, and believed, prance.
nrs-11r men.Its oI.rFI-., IC -p k Alll no114 ne1 verg s uFet f, ronI, r and Iii hIe hopederoe f ],ngand beheved e hin l
du~.y)Iai erid i i i)ih r1gi.i e par me of-her G e wl- .' +.tIpo ta e i "il osibetoav i "r





intehion to alitsin anr riighitr bv an a -dress o ,l-i. d te'-va,,sid .jif e-ar c-i-ts, r.n- iie ,bhl.. c-lha, thai aui msi-g-e reached Fr.Ince, iat would ins 1U0l1iSfi OF REPRESENTATIVES.
-herfstas rathtier ahtn to hinriot.v ; e r he ha cal- I,.nrs-i tfa' line atrey ant d h, -niprin.pubcd tie, due her. to change her. deternaaition, Hie e'x ThI e House restimed the consideration of the I
ready hail il. frankly\ i iu.C entphni y\ ,a'sn ir b ur ia .-m-net a u arenenc -Lrc ,.:. ia.n.aI-:us.-.n, amind sdpressed his full and perfect confidence in. the subject of the petition presented ly Mr. Adnims,
Minaler aseredj ed t .i t i-r G,:rerntic-l, Ia.n.',a-i Ia,:,ua'h p ,n e a; unt :" merlhho .d ,.,n 'gr.-irists iii.y ..on-atly ,,rd fidelity-ofInhe Presiident.He knew .sr, a a .i--tno-r ppeliti-n day,'praying tiae abolitliun of p
-ratified by me,'ausd my confironation of it offie al- iporl.tlnt t. '-r es-smte,. a's a-' -n biladepa-i-tJabl hi in to be pecuhiarly sensitive to all-.the wrongs .liver. r.ai thie ,ave trade in the District of Cuo-
lye cammunicated by Isim, in hisletter to I.an ii.a.i t niot ho b ela' red th.I ..hie :an hlae tiilfljted' on this country, and to be eager to re- lutrbta '-" -
French- MtlisterofForeign Affairs, of the 2Sthot determined'permanently to retain a posationa so duet, hem i and he had anticipated a m*ssi,2i O.a motion of Mr. Thomas, the subject was iI
April, IS35, end repeated by-, jy published :pap- matthrly,, I lni iile In tim-? alIt-r. d ela ..- ,, isie c, ,-'lied ai still sirn .aea Ii rums Ih n his wihtet l ue t ittl t p.-ntp,.riwen bil M ,,ii isy nex'. .
poaot e r citrh -Iiteoeblproval ol ealo-a0aoer, uo iaaut-i that b is-eleletr ..tier le p. ofthe bi iesi' n er, ,., .J un, .. ..I l d He was glad; t hou.wer, a .Th- t-ir nahhr.miue..d'-m calling hIea Stiles for
at'indensniicbation. Does Franc *w'ant a dora on anrcuulm-i aurel. b i apOf.ifrm i. um. n thai, Onuntil So-:ia -see the On ild and calm lne saulae nfesial, re l- the|irte-ilaoi,-can -I" pa-titianhi,- ipn
din., a-ecrsl repoth-.]n .:.f th;saa l, ina I-inawivlna i t da ,er.iami alrt-ia hi ,- l I.. t -e,.-..s-i naa it tt -ti e1 -m t ir. inig n-.suit,_ hiie rnon-inaeniuurse, but A Me-c.,..e wri- r,:o-b d fromn the' Preideni t ,f it
she sh-ll dcisdate, in d a t atoll a rt ir-.olhi an a.-. still be ii,,ri er an d n a l'ficVica it l r-i r iel her on e ierel n a. pryht o lti o Frn.ht prtof.en pr adu ct oii f a I [t. i h, d tat le. l.S suc :e bya'nds of Anitlrew J. c
knowl'edamedl.m t aif lar .,umed n,_tlit -.1 iarrnti-rn o nt rh'an-.al to comply withh.er engageentos, by the entry of French vessels into our ports Dineiou,, Enb1 lI.s pnrvahs Secretary. a1
an ounr d.mnslr eouna4 'l-,a Shloe ill never oh- trtobitanm thiae icion h l-i'ot nl aten,.hi p'auduc;' Heretoflo'i Faa-mci ine-s and stlks ihad been ad. [y auinanioma cons.int. all proceedings were .
i-tn m i l. The i ,uirit .1 tihe A.iA er...e-in peop l ilit-, : .,rt id le ,-nir t '- Frri. i nt .ll l.-- I i, ii :.r i'.m r -i uitted o -lol e i lUl.at fia c hdtth i b l'.i.:in and a nd o lin ..a-nw ipee d ,el ia erdas-r I-I rea l thae MMessage.
dtianaiy, of lhe Legilipor i arid the firm re sh-lv teltue ,n IcIis tand li..t inl,ard itdc .,, .-,oh all t h,-,ait ear could be m.ars- us-mile ..r n iare Itila ihln lo '\. Thle 1.'-ot er s.'.i s ala.-n ead by the Clerk. fi
ol their LE.ecLUl e Govna nmen l, i r ..-,tbad it ,:,l o nt..hr.:..,urs,.. .ir oal r ri-:11..J-s, ti-.u, an tins- elude Fi cineae fia-l the benefit of a treaty wvlmi'h Mr. M'ue ..n n as -..-,i a's thane reading was
Ad th'e .nottatve" -'if Ihe Fr iri h athinster t.' a'o'r ,epece-'rtt ins.,- ot lha' i,-ophl aluma dC iciannnte tt hIa lh'ai' usver lulnlledi andi to 'cluse:our pp.tti .:i-,ni.ludid, .t..'' mind -enl to thle Chair eamite
Charge d'Al'ires at Pants, c.anlt mns .in tl:uti..t I i.:.,niein.id thi.' li i I Itort it aim' .in '.ent l pfloiir- against nest vessels. h 'pt 'dit. .It. c i ,n .t-i-r. d for consideration,
tea leletn t ddr a strs ed by iana io-alle rnre resOnattve" of our affairs, rs, tas ,,g i.-a le.-.I ,iara ,,,iir i-; in 1a. M (_'Ilt .un rCpLi.,il thulitat he haul becn con- *aI'l it hah, ihas- tad, rhinle, tit lthe sathject ofthae ^
oa Fr te .i t i lt in pla.e, it no-' i n. b -nc.oE pr,. ar vrini.-.rc.rc.- m i s all, ijrd d snllii l, lh.nil di't-. wrrn.-tJ t hise sr tihe M ti.c.e reil II. h' t iw u rl J ouin.],'';n '. : o
Inv' bheI.r-c s-mama lh.in .c rr..p.p.al_ ma.ca hlad b '.'.er '.t l y ,l i.?tm itar art.l 't-all .- i. I t. ,11.,, i,,i h a | vn ry d i'ti .nf hr t In I'..nt [hIf at Ms N il.'Ir'r >crid lhar. jlr- ll-uic an n t as not in. or- i,
tl'iat I'tnm.:hr min i l,, I as- Sccer,-c .ra' f.' i'i,t ,elil ,r't'ercoar, ;r. iim Inc / .,i'eimlitas-lat oh F'rium-i.' ohf-ni t a: --,--, l.\' Iah e- .th ihama h .a-r PIa nftr vania d,., .3 lIh I ult?-. er i's'r smas .. iiJ. ii I.r thetpitripo.se sl
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'-de-rustn ld the ito-.rac ..,I ituit ,':.ehlive I'm rngnil.i lot should their adopti,,n b-i rendli-ae.i n" nCts.a3 L' a' f alf i ekinr FiFrnce. utas nairmed ,4i ,I.1.1t the Sitv. Coniniullte ot Foavgr, .elhitions) rrsse and re. h
Ia. Recmnrrjnoa io llte irr.itoraehl ailh.-tnerir mi ide iubihqiilril evs-ns a .erean S anles o0' lli,; ji in. Heid- I hics- e lolhla uri s-rlmid, Ih,.t at was u ia iimate' i..n I., n,,v,h- I lme
at th- cr,c mi ,nm- 'n -ircrm '- r i r '.',-t cm a ,r-;:i.--n .I he ,n-, T he rlic e ,rn on r of r m :rla ,ir d T jirfara:. la t ln-i- ealv ,:onv cens t li.e tn -st there van 'n ., r....sibii v ot .- l'c.-un .--a .."l l ,e .R.-,says a.ni .1 .. J-.n- ,ia ioi hi. p
biri sa -i it[ ,;nre, at n .i ,- ] t 'r i .. -- ,:'a winL- pail.thu n,_tt a ia:-.- o- o n r m ,I p,m p tfrait ns at mill ,..- recollenLicd ti i. ,.,,, i h .i r itim i ..l' .,iar t ai- pail ,..l'Fi;a'a r'e d. ii1 1i,- d lult ,--it r l Ct- (Ii Ih- a :-c : ct *,it-- ,n,:r- :,r in m -an .ar .au, ; m hu t r,,cir r lh alt n1-, i.ia ,u i th r -,i.,i,- lIa m i abs iitnl ,ii -I-rn a.ii.,.r.,-I. a. a
M s-ini51.? to hliae liI, tuic.a.-li. I .' I ,"n, .i m i ,ute cli inten l it n l aut ini,, i n i-s I li e he td d tim erase r-ta a1 pt|tr, Ia 'sad, hart that' fl-- I.ce t ald i Iam.- li
ciath auspanvnl ciif the-. ul.irrhl''..ns lhe maul a ;i,-.u 1.i satlusohsnl ti ortl; aian.li.'il, l-a -mitt u tl.r minteans ol ar, I'Pla ol,:,.ua I- pluu.,ng inmti tar iwa- great 11.-. psts.c .aui t s l- i the p af--rc, annd ,,ppo, lurnia I'fai ti
ihe FrenchNaniinl.hr ,a., Ft. ,,i .AIlhof., to as- judogin,. scei[ asuch a-: era- ca-,u'.,n u.,a omrielves lit-n;, boht ,i an. under popular g.iverninnln.a. dehhierale perusal 'l them, be-ra.' Ibhmyw e'iacaidlled
made public. A th.' Ir-- rt:m (m.-,ivernrimert I biaild and 'to f-'l.- uaimi':, hr. ta e tercr mn \ t.. tlier -ih. aind act'ual-a]d ho; ie.'lirn-s. in a greEt de.re, ctro up-an to eat uprln litl- subjjcet.
rn-uaced the an.-- &,- ti.,,,., init- b,:,r,.. .IF- m..lut t ,,, t, v, te m,-,ain r, t :. l,- ih r inn i, ar." hi.- ni u-.c i- ,.-.,mi io cac:tl, ltter. ltnder there' auh,r,:n ;.ri.mr r ih. PP r.ant In ; hiet called for the, reading of fi
Comnaunicated, t wii ,',.,.i. doubted ti.tta .I tlls -, connected with the measures whieh li,.atl-. a,-,.-.t'- hie 1uad not, for a moment, believed that tlie peace the documents" accompanying the message, and


Ilie3) a eren reaid cejijord in l) Irli n isi I lt ,v N
13 'nelaiave
On m0aion of Mr. Maon,.of Va. ihiMt-ssaca
and Documnent's were referred to the ComuonUttee
on Foreign Relations. \'
On motion of Mr. Hawes. 20.hli0 extra copiea
of the Message and Doccumieients wre oo6iderec
to Ile printed.
Mr. McKEorr remarked that lie was de-siron
of submitting the resolutions lie had sent t,, thia
chair. -Hie was aware that the rules of theu Houat
did not permit himn tooffer thedi at.ihe presei!
irnoment, but as they relale to ourr-affa'irs wili
Franice, the House night be ;disp,-,ed to liav
iliemn read He asked that Ithey miihlit he rie;d
Laud cries "no," "no," frout'evry part of- tha
House.]. '""
. Mr. McKxoa moved a'suspension of tihe role.
t. offer tihe' resirilutious, and claim diud sa rim lii tl'
I,,c uI' l ?mi re- id i.-- h i, l l'.-.i .....l i I llr ltlUsc
1 1 0 .4 1 .' -" -i ,0 r .- J r '
'i-, Ch iin dlut d w ,ll.-r alip a-..il,, .i,.
.'-.liid be re.-id Irt .nv' Ilelinl-et '.bp ul- t Ilari
r n,-lhng, t Itl .,ju n a -,i] n rue -. I hi.- rller
'I5 Atl -. A L'. a I aL- i--; ._'
i. ,_,I pr,.,iUil rj l l re in "'ii -' ym it1 ,, i h u h-
ioe a..lpr..ctamtag 3'- -t rtehi
I.,r m .ll ,rin d tlme H u ad .e Illf I Ini i .. mi i
proved, the deterainisation of IheaPxecitive :" ,.,-i
,il'lhis Governaiteant nnot to 1,4i!..iil .i't ivh e\
,i li iii,, i. tt h I- s I,'n1u_ take ani early opunrltr
nIity to lay li. 1 .-am I 1., i tin I [l 'u e -- 'e 11. -'
,';,1,,h ,-t tl,- air--mu--au ai.,-a ut-i-- i,' .-'-! .. a...l
TI'he House I..a....%a ,- ie I i u- o 'f pelti
loptis. '. ^. .- .
Manv dozens ofAbofitioIn ),nteoria!s were pre-
S.t,,i .th,_ .:.ic i.in .,.-o.r tj o ltnle receplir .andi
llh-a uwl i,.h ul n .r. r,:.;:.. '..r laid oth the table,

'- I IN SENATE.-
S TuESDAY, January 19. -
Mr TYLiER, tron the committee, on the Dis-
trict of Columbia, reported a bill isilkitig appr-.
,im .,ili-,n. it-ur tir a i, hpriIl l febiariles incurred tfr
'hI .l| :[,,,rt .-.i ih 'r tr ar' of'lhe D 13 ,i ; .-.I
m'.:.Ir.ttl.i. nli 1 '' as hat-r.im u- read -n.J ...-d.-.. 1
'a, .i tt .'-hn. II ,s ll n i
A ABOLITIO OF SLAVERY
The question coming up. on the pit-lltioiin frl-ni
Ohlio, praying for the abolition of slavery lln the
Dis'lrict of.Coilumbia, -
SMr. LEIuo addressed..the:-Senate against the
reception of the petitions, maintaining thIe ic,,m-
petence of ('Congress to- eunancipate slavt's in limte
District of Columbia, without he. consent oft' ilhe
owner-s, any more than to enact an agrarian 'law,
and destroy the rights of individuals in their
landed property within the District of Chluiohia.
He stated linat there was a time when the ernual-
nipat-imn of laves-was a passion in the State of
Virginia. and continued until the impracticabili-
ty ol the schenIa was demonstrated. Mr. Jeffer-
son, himself, proposed a scheme of 'emancip'aion.
Ue denied, how ,-r. aI. i im iI.... _: ,1av power
in the ordinary "L ._i-l i rit : ,-- i Vi. .l l r M a-
ryland, to disturb ithe slave property of individu-
als. The constitution of Virgiunia had-given to
lier Legislature no such powers-on she contra-
ry, slavhes were acknowledged to belawfual prop-
srty. -.Even in .the District of Coluilbia, (- .-
grass, iha!d no such c lisisc ,,.a jat .il. *, .i 'it i e lia I
been surprised to hear ,- ,tain.-I h-. ,n t. congress
had' no' power which, was restricted in he cess-
iun of Viririnia and s I .ira l.rh'l, aidl ii. r was anot
the sliglh!resIt intention to cede to it the power of
d i I r,, in% i ,I,.' pi,. "'. l, in 'slaves: T i, r
W a i t ,I -J 'be co.ia.l'd -d -., a .
be exercised. By what means could Coniress
accomplish Ihe object? It tnuit be either hby vio-
lence, by lhe intlerposition nol force, or by pur-
clhase, and he denied Ithat there was any' author-
ily in Congress io apply the funds from ulie Trea-'
sury to such an object ti- ij te -,il,.1 in ,.- .-
ternis,.to Dr. Channing's new work, entitled
"Slavery," stating that it would have more leffect
Iron ihee respect which had always been given to
)r. Channing, in weakening Ihe confidentne of
the South in the frindlvy feelinsigs of their Norlh-
ern brethren, thali-a all the publiications ol Tappa n
and that detestable gang. 'From this work, lie'
made variourts extracts of thie parts to which he
mniost strongly excepted,.
Mr. CALiHOUN contpiinentrid the speech of Mr.
Lfighl, in thlie' higliest terms, but in a lew words
inly.
Mr. WRiGtITr then expressed a lhpe lalt tlhe.
petitions would Ire read and unanimously rej-'cL-.
d.-He. adverted to the proceeding's at Uuica, to
lthow that there was no abolition leelinrg rill ,e
Slate of New York. '
Mr CALOurN would not consent to this course,
principally on account of lthii violent and unjus-.
Aifialile language'used in.tiern. :
Mr. MOaRIS then obtained leave to withdraw
the pefititins presented by hitu..)
MIr. BUCHANAN sfioved to reconsider thlie Penn-
sylvania memorial from the Society of Friends.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. .lJoiisoN,.of Kentucky, frnomIn hie COiniiit..
te on Military A Httirs, reported a bill to authorize
be aploiitumenl ofadditional piay'-iasters in .the
United States Army-Read twice and commnit-
ted .
,Mr.' MARTIN, front helie Conlnniltee on tihe Ju-
diciary, reported a bill, uto I-.,. Ir'lf r L i',;.! n
station to the clrks of ll.' : .C- I. a- i D ..,r i
jonrts ol thie United',Slates-Ruead twice and
tonmsuitted,
Mr. J.,Q. ADAMS, froma the Select Comniuitlee
o ,which was- referred the'President's Mvessage
in the Sioithionian Bequnest made au r-eptn t ac
conipnni p d by a bill, .iniin... i"'-..: t i Presitrtt ti
trusecute the claim in England, for utie legacy
eft to' found the Smithsoniatn Inslitution at
Washiingtonn-Comnnaitted, and ordered, with the
report, to lIe printed.
Mir.' i, i.,-. ifi. ie -Select ..Conmmitlee lo
which n .-s i. I..m i,.' in tnmemorial ofl sundry in--
ahbiltants.of thle State-of iCti ecticutl, turaylng
lie erection of a monument to I Ilanmelllory o'
iaiplain Nathan [ille, reported a hill for thai
uurpose-Read and committed
ABOLITION IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
The House proceeded to the cunsideriti,,n of
lie iollwtving resolutions, heretof'are -oflered by
Jr. JARVIS, of Maine,-and tnase the special order
il bhe day, for this day. .
Whereas, any attempt in this Holuiee to agitate
be question of slavery, is calculated to disturb
hIe co'mpromises of the Conshturtion, to endanger
he Union, and, if persisted ira, to destroy tihe
'eace and prosperity ,af time country, "
Therefore rtsso/vei, That, i firhe',,linion of this
louse, the subject of Ihe Abttilirn of Shisesry in
lIe District of Colunsbia, arght not to be ealer-
aiued by Coingi'ess.
j.latc it is furtl/i resolved, That, in 'aase any
elitiou praying for the. Abol tion-of Slavery in
he District of Coluunbiae,shnird bieait-l'r be pre-
ented, it is thle deliherate pitn[in of thu IHonse
liat thie same mught ta be laid on the table, alithi-
tit heing relerr'ed or printed.
'J'o .lime tbve resolution, M r. WtSu offered thie
ilhluwing as an aouetdment, wnich 'was still
ending : .
aesonled, That Ihere is no power of legislation i
ivaen by thea .Cnstitutomn I..' tlie Congress of tht
tInted States, to abolish Slavery in thue Dislrin
I'Ctliunbia ;nd Ihat say aUttenlt by C(rtigres.
legislate upon the: utbje'ct of the abolilioyrn Il
veery. is not only upautltorized, but d ,ro'e.,, .
a lIe Union of the States.
Mr. HALSEY, of Geo. made a speech in u"ni"
art of thie resolution as offered ly Mr; .IsAKIs,
f Me. Thought non the constitutional qnestion
resented by he amendment of lhiu geritlenata
'onu Va., (aMr. WISr4s) he entirely conniurd itriti
mat gentlenunn and'wuuld vote in Ihtie resauo-
inn as a retributive propositiut ; at time samie
me, hae did -not things himself at liberty to refuse
he nuedialsion, offered by ulie gentlletnfau'e free1
laine,-whome resolatiun, he thought,, would(':-u
tr to tranquilize the public nmind on.the subject.
Mr. HAWEs deprecated the agitation of the


D DIED, .
T. L i, -'. i, ... .', T. T .J .. i-r .l i,
C i, ,t.-. .,.., -- .:.i' M r M iti ', [ iu'.1 Jr. '
*rvel 3 ye.ir- and 9 .... I"
1,, Ne, York, on T ,. .. i llth intent, Harriet,
infant daughtiir of Mr llac, L Bowen, 'formerly of
his city. -
In D)Idham, MTass the lath instant, Hlon Jairus
W Cleilrk iof the C iiurls m .iiNorf.lk Cc...'' .j--.J
S .. ......I .r.r ,, I'r own i ...i : r. l:
,,, tIi. I ,,r s.rir Ii .'. r-
.-- .I ,. .. ''',: J (h is n ,,1.1 1 ,,it rI I
1I I 161l, ,. n i- 1.. niz"tio fi *.' ,hr ,'," ,:un
Outirt ofComni mon Pleas,, he waS aopointed one of.
ihe Judlges ufthiat Currfor the S.ilthcrn Disiraclf.
fH e remained on tIie h .eii .1, 1;11 '2' ril-i. rl :..ii
aC 1., ,, ..., Pleas ., ., ii.r .li.. i .. :,a
Iq,,i.," li. .,I the I. j.lh t d $irr 1Ih,: ,,1 l
tv in 1827.. in the demise. 1- 1 .. h...T,.. it;.'-I.- I F .
!-Ie froqiulrnlY reprisited his native tow'n in ih-
Sinera I C.murt of thr' COmmininwealth, anti n 18,52-7
he was a inenibar of the Execcutive C-uinc.l.-Dcid-
ia 'Pi Patriot.

MARINE l TELLING EN(' E.
PO.. RT OF PROVIDENCE-.. "
$IRRJ I .D." "
TFTHTRSDAYa, nlaimery f1'.
Ship Cetlii, Porter, Sivninah, 13 dsya,'cottoin:."I
Ship Newark, Bennett, Savaninah, 12 days, ;cottown'and'
rice. .
-lorp Wnshiiugtoii. Toward, New Lronndon, oil and crne-
"ilts, tr Ro biisrFan, Brt)wn & Co. nd i..ri-:T.. i. i. 1.
Coazzensr 'T'he ship <'oifntilicut. from, S \i rii.Lt i it I
210 bils oil ['50 sap] arr at N 1. 191h.
i 11 ii.hi' .1 I. P-irin. New Yoik.
-i f i. [ .. .11 I.'.I-., New York.
t''LL ',tV-- .n "Victory, Oij r, irlltmore.
1 'A ..\ V Jr.I ,,h,.y "-.
PStenm boat Prr.' ,.-i.c: i. i.- ,'i 'i ...ik
S'onp Eiiily, r-'r-t itr-v t i-
Sili)ot George & r l i ,.latVi,. I iNL >, port.
ht'rp Eliza, L .. i..i., i ,,.
S'oop Hope GardIner, VWk'lcibld. .
Cane 'Ti), hrig t ilndorn.
l.?.i l i.rr- Vit- iry, 0 iphalint, Norolt, 12 days frrt n iiae
a i, '.,ii and flotar to W Joalin. Exphriencir
,, ,.- t .-.. the passage, liihad brilwirks samt e, and
|i| I. il \ ..-or with l imlar. via.Brislol. *
qAILED-Sloop Fala-,li Polger,' Nanticket.
At Boston, O-Ist, shipl-Eiper-r, Clihaffee. Liverpo 1, Dec
21sl. Clii sIht Vesp:isis>.\W Isor. Havaina; bti'_- A'r-
uile. Dillirgihfin. do; Sea tslatid. Sidrick, Savritiitat;
At llolmes Hole, "eth bries Potoimac, itlliccock, St
DOning, for Boston; Banner, Harris, SavannI 'l for do.
CId at Poittland, BO2th, sliij Georgia, Talbot, A 'awch-.
co'a. ,
Si'ed froni Marbleheadl, 13th.hLead'r,Pan PiiP l ce .
.-At.New Yrk,90th.1. shIps Preoinsa. [Sw] Molirtn 'i'i-
esre; Nile. Blanclhanrd, Legliira; Ilamb inark ('uxAliven.
Wendt. llamburg; brie Margaret. Glasgow; Swe-se;[nw-
Mlarseilles; Etnilie &. Marie. I.Fr] R'toehelle, Ar7an, ["r]
d i;.Lncknvwasa, Tihoias. T..l., -..ti ,n.G, ,.,.ii ,i,
Tidal WVilhitingon; Mentor l t1 -r ;. Cllr 1 1.,1 : ,I. ,
Sears, Banac.oa. Cld shiipts Idiiii, Chitrchlill, Apalachi-
cola; Be'in. Merwin, nvanath; Irbrigs Bel, i.ll 'G..-'it.
line. ialit; Dnrien, Bulklvy, Darien; sel (Ia i.. Lm ,. v II,
A u x C a e s. "- '
Arr 21st, brigs Plymoulth iRtock, Gibie, ror.lse..a. Mei.
Itr, a'- I., qSt ti a's; Nile, Hendilricks, 'ihi ,.hlilii
tor rw'..r, sel cl Tower, Barker, Carbo ltRox.. I 1 bic
Johlin A Rohhb, -Bennett, N- Orleans; slers 1Marlon,..Daivae;
Spanish Maine; Select, Williams, W In lies.
.1 \Viltnor gi.it.. !", brig Attains. Oillespie, Antfiga.
,t r-% i.t.oia..ls.it,i iillnst brig Leon das, Crooker, faint
.ira' rr. ". '
TO SELL OR TO LET,
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saw mnill n grt ,tI r .J 1,-i I 't.1. I b Ir u I Iis
Ihnd.one cnotolt h,,r... tir li.h:h r I r ,ii il,,r e
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and is to i' I I uoil i ra ..r .I i fi.i a n n- l n I -a l o lr. .a
given ifwanut.i I., *riOM-l,\S A LAWTON.
Exeler, San troy. ii, l:od Mt.W I
A-RICAN COFF-EE-In| has g and bsIcets for
sale by IGEO W TAYLOR (f CO.


I_ I I


4 .. L iYL il thi s H -ri.i-e.niiij IonIC t Ia-fl the- rr.
-ilier discussion upon it, l winch liewitst p,,riaadbt.d
wu'ild result iu no good, lie moved he provipous
.oqurit-ni. Thie-House relusdil to second the mnn-
inul for'the previous queetariia, by a vote of ill to
0 0 :
Mr. PEY-ro :.poke, at length. in support oftIlh
proposition if Mr.Wsi,;. .
MT., BoULt.' wae Iion the floor.' w elir tAhe.
l.lIuse adjeirned. .

.lorrison'. Pi'is.-Aiother life,h lis blrn it-ir..
fieed in England.to th- i-.:.-.i,, ArI, t rait' f
lihe i -,i i h3'oeian rhlillj. u r. I.iiliri b. .I ItV
'lie B iatish t.;r.lle o if IH hilili i[ ia.,,, lh ,.."
Morrison: Tlhe victim wwas a Mrs Sar.hli Pr--
i.=r, -. d 35, aid resided in Munstier street, Re
.-ri, rI-'-l Tie -aijr_.-..r who ntade the pia.st
t,. xi x i i ...n .r Ir I aUK his d';cided iopil-i
r.. t,, h .i. r .1- i .r1 r- l, rc'still *i, a t r .r,'.rrrtr. i i
'li rl, ,..,.r--a. L.r-.i.gli n in in 1 1 [lol n "[
i.. l l. l and oulh v-e i ha i,' v dicd, l c ililre ,C -
Iusr" |.ji 11 I, ,,- In i L ,I, Ceo. lhIl t Ilie I II. I1L' -I
i1 e 1.i n ,- ir 1 i r, i.i n, i ,1 re. ii 'hl lt i iIte
,7. t"r '1TT;t-ia-- -, F .-"r- "''T -"lhT,-m-'rr-' 4t--
I N I ',tL I r.'. t i r l r I n l i r r, q _-
,..,, ; i 1,, : Jirr r..ti, surgeun ,, a ,- i ,]:,l.
e, I l'r t alt',, i. ii art % as in rilt ii .t ". ,' '
it i, ri ti r- ,ii.i i r I, a..,ferred I'hiat M 'rri ason's |iill
coitainued ri, li-rials f'., p -i 'ini- ii il, re-
ie ,giiiat in. i- ti l ',iv inu1 i in'. th ii'd-r .'
w riir "--I ie ,tre f .r-il d;: .'' -- or. l ,f tuniver-
'ail i, ,,.-', ribl 1", r'' rri'diincd .e was.
c, ......*. ,I t i.... hr -r I ... -.l.'. "- r. ier irni tu .
led and infianied;-'-Vew i'orik Co'neirciLt.

[.rTlhe affairs of the country hirvc now arriv.
ed at suitaii interrestlinaa crisis, tihat o'ur 1'nni4d
will anuit of n ur publishing, for somine Liine to .
co)te, liltile else than 'what rlales to tliim. ']Ro-
ptarts ofcornaniittees, spe'clhes and otliir Ccaigrts'-
.sioial minatters,.-will probably fill tihe colnins of'
al tile n..i'lspa;ers of ,i ii .-.:.uiy, an'd will be
read ith -unusru;l interest by liersois nf-every
party. We have nunv' on hand, ihe slipech of Mir
W':BSTaR, on Mr. BEaTOr's resolttii-rn. ,setting
apart llitheurplus revenue f. lihi defilice of the
ri.i.ntry. The spef.I. i, li.vevet, shi.dfly
to.tie ti/tree million r_.p,-'h[.rr ,.-n Itll of last'year,
and the disclrs.ures which it makes relative to
tie, action of tihe two houses upon that bill will
cause the blond of every friend of Constitutional.
liberty, to curdle at the dangers ftomi whieh that
liberty was resci -ed,,otnl'y by the patriotismin and'
firauness of the Senate,

The editor of the Louisville (Ky.) Jounrnlai of
Jarn.. 5th'says :-" We saw yesterday a gehtileint',"
frona Illinois fJe brings good neiW. ,He states '
thiat. Mr. L-r' 0i, a r Zi.r.r- and able t lI"4. is
Pli-cted to the United States-Senate in the place
ofthe Hin.'E. K. Kane. Mr. R is expect, d to '
arrive here to-day, on his way to Washington,

' M.LANCcHOI.Y Si1r *. i ',M -The sclirh COoltinm
bus,,Capt.'Wnm. White, ofanrti Ioi, it Biiin.i,',
for Santa ilItlird, was capsized on the IHt1 int.
There were: seoyeral ro.r, a" n b' urt, r -who
witLi the crew anmounted-to.ll in rri-rihrr- ri "i1...
whom were Capt. White's sister in lai, lherli hut-e.
band and three children (one an infant.)' AllI
were diortied L'.cept Capt. W. and one man,
wlho clii,'rg tl.a th rlek 52 hours, when. they.
were taken off; in the Gulf Streami latitude of
Hatteras, by brig Gen. Sumter, from. Clhiiirles-
ton, and carried to Norfolk.


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***r.iAc-JUA.IE NArTo-AL. iNarauSTirY."

PROVIt)NCEO JOURNAL.
It'lrVIDfn'.CI,. MONO.AV" JAN. 2.;. 15. ,.
W-lio) NOM(NATIOL.
S '.l 'r .irrp r. ''
1)ANI 1r L W EBSTER, ,
'Vr MASSACHUs rEsT.

"'iTE Gm.1NERAL "ASSEMBLY meet at the State
HIouse in this tity, to-morrow, at 10 o'clock.-
There will be presented much Important busi
ness for their consideration. We liope the inte-
rests of .ieS.t-tteo will nut he neglected in order
to further the views of any partly, and that the
k'e.l irnprovement of the laws and the well being
of the citizens mty alone receive their delibera-
tions. Their atmondolent of the penal code, with
A vilw to the punishinent of criminals in the
"State Prison, now ereeting-the improvement of
the finances of the Stitoe-the license law, now
the subje'ctouf much cinnroversy-lthe altlition of
4tamprisonment of honest debtors, and a variety of
otherasuj'etts, require the immediate action iof
ithe Legislature, and we hopq we shall not be
-tisappointed in anticipating some beneficial re-
mults front their present meeting.
The expression oif the opinion of .the General
Assenilmy, am on firmer occasions, in favor of a
tlistribution of the' puili lands. it is to be hoped
will be given. Could this State only receive her,
,j.lr prop atiin of the public domain'. it would be
ti us it iim,'Anse public utility. It would en:a-
ble uas to establish a permanent scholil fund, build


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petisesof the State government. But we refrain
frofi further rt marks.

SI0TAt a meeting of" Whig Freemen, held at
Ihe.State House on Saturdaiy evening iast, tlie
following gentlemen were elected Delegates to.
attend the Whig Convention, on Thiura.d.yv eve-
tling, 28th inst.:-J. L. TILLINrrAST, JAIMES M.
WAltER, G'EORGE CURTIis, SI.VAN.us G. MAlt-
TIN, CALEB WILLIAMS, JoHi CiuRacir, GEORGEt
B.FloQmEs, CHARLES C. MowRY. .

SoDDEN DEATh.-Mr. ELtJAII HOWAR), of
Scituate, went, with his tean to Simmiins' Fac-
tory, in Johnston, after a 11ladl f cloth. ton Satur-
day. After he had loaded tie cloth,.and was
about to leave for home, he fell down and died
instantly. Mr. toward had made no complaint
fill health pre rious to lhi sudden exit, and was
about ,0 years of age. His funeral will take
place this day, at 1) o'clock, at the 'Fiskeville
school house, Scituate.

FfaEx-A fire was discovered in a two story
wooden house in Pawtuxet street, on Satuiday
night, abott 12 o'clock, which caused a general
alarm, but was extinguished wiLhobit inch danm-
age. -

STEAM-BOAT DISASTER. "
We mentioned briefly on. S:rturdav,. the acci,
dent a'hich i piienedJ .o tlie steam-buat Williami
Gibbon's The following, particulars we find inC
the New Yolk papers of Friday last Between
nil nd rnrio,-'cl,'k .','iThoja rild i' iili'- lilii,. he;
steam flue collapsed or bunt, by hiicih aci.colerI
several p-rs .ns I..t- heir lives, anrd .'hi.-ra r wei,
severely wounded. The following-isa list bf ithe
suirerers
lie D.ive]. rn-is..er, dead.
Charles I)u.a:a-i. rir ieieper, do.
Stetphen L ,n .'esvi, ti'. mian,t do.
-=_- J-- leanr, da -icali..an, i do., .
B. F. lr, ter,,. isa-..*' e,', do.'
ichard T'..,dd, sv.e id engineer, dreadfully.
wo'.nd-,d. IS3e] d..d-]
C iptain Hi ll-,', adl the inotilent of -the explo-
'ailtri, a is standinJ .,r, tlie upper'deck, warming
hins leel' at ithe clJiinrly. Oil the octcurren'e o.
!tle disail. r, lie imne-diately desp itched a sinll
boat hor surLiC l aid and a steam-boat. TI'hte bo'lt.
met the stearn-boal Citizen near.the Narrowsthel
Captain of which, on beinr. made' acquainted with
the accident, proceeded directly to quairantine, and
having received on board the Deputy Health Offi-
cer, i)r Di,,rlI I Hiitclicock, and his assistant,
Dr. Jmn-d H ire wuet, hastened to the relief of the
William Gibbons, and the two physicians admnin-
istered such aid to the wounded as was in their
power. The disabled steam-bo:at was Lksen in
tow by the Citizen, and towed up i to the city,
stopping 'at quarantine, where the, bodies of
Messs' Rogers, Longstreet, ania Henry, and the
wounded mat, Mr. Tud.ly, were pidt on shore, to
be.;anveyed t6othe \1 ,rI liispital;-. The bodies
of Mr. D ve.ge a..i-u r i D.i.e a' ee tI.'.:,ugiiht
up to the cly I \\l tiir .'rijnt d tli N Mf R .Ier is
who was the so .)I Dr K ..- r, ..I' \I '. -, ii-i'ell:,
rand'] res.-ded it A.\u oJti, iGeo ) irade thi journey
.ar Ithe pJrpo') .A b-i i united in rnnarriaie with
a Vy.,unj laIJy of his native Slate. Sadly different
hbs been the result.

1ANK OF THE UNITED STATES.-
The oliruv..i' is ant abs'fact of the bill intro-
du':ed i.to the Houise oCf Representitives of
Pennsylvania. on the 19th inst. by Mr. Stevens,
from the committee on internal improvement, for
the pup, ..ieI ',i :i-artering by tie State, the pres-
ent Stockhlol.ler of the Bank of the U. States;
fdlUhifrmy y,-.rn, with a capital not exceeding the
present am..int
"An act to repeal the St-ite tax on real and per-
sonial pru.p-rtL-, and to continue and extend the
improvements.of ife .State, by rail roads and ca-
nals, and for other purp cases "
Sec. 1, Provides tlbr the repeal of the act of
25th M rch, 1831, relative to assessing a tax oni
per,.,,il piopi p ty, 'for th. ui ,of the Cooim i)-.
wi'altli, eTeept Irl e it\ % ..i s._s-,d'J beforetLie i 12th
of Decemin-r lit ; p.'. ,I1..l, ris tlie same rdpeal
shall not go into effect until all thIe terms and
jIrovisions herelinltler set Ii'lhi siall be lully com-
plied with
See. 2. Pr.nti-les that lth present St,'ckh,'Idr.rs
of the LU.it'd States Bank. except tire U. States
and the Trei-tr,'r of tlhe United States, shall be
incorporated under then naie of the President,
Directors and Company of the Bink of the Uni-
ted States," with a capital not exceeding in the
whole the present capital of the Bank, to contin-
ue until the 3d of M.arc, h18G6
Art 6, Provides the rates of'd;scount, the bank
to issue no notes less thin five dollars; and if the
bank refuses payment of its notes, holders to re-
ceive 12 percent, interest until paid.
Art. 7, Provides, that dividends shall be imadee
semi-annually, on the firnit Mundays of January
and July.
Art. 8, Provides. that the salary of tlie Presi-
dent shall be fixed by thie stockholders. The
board ef Directors to appoint the Cashier and the
Other officers.
Art. 9, Provides. that Ltle annual statements of
the affairs of the B.iri k sialal be Iransanitted to he
Auditor General 'is Stir.t Banks, and the Legis-
lature to inquire into the afflaris of the Bank.
Section 5, Provides ibhat tile Bank sh:ill pay for
privileges granted, Iw. j n.ilUrie, ..fdollarsat such
tiine anid in such installments as the Governor
may require" on 30 days notice, and all such sums
n'att paid. within 3 tn'rnthls after acceputnce of
charter, thle Bunk -t pay 5 per cent 'interest.-
The Bank to loan the commiuonwfalth when re-
quired, six millions of dollars rcimnb,.ri.tAl., iln
lGltl, at 5 per cent. When loan i, i 5 ,-r ce, ,
Bark Int pry $11I0 ;n miney, four $100 in stockk ;
when .1 per ceeat $itio. and to advance the Comn-
liotiwealth ias a lemnp -rary loan in any one year,
,one mnillin ii Judlls at 4 per cent. and to sub.
sribe to IIme astielk o" the finll.wing companies,
vri-
.Bulhimore and Oh';, R.Itlr.,id.. at .t1.1 iU .1
W lli.urnm.p.:.rt iiiJ Eln ra It tir.-,J itI,,,11:,I'111)
lMunongtIh l.i Navit.iton Carliip.mni,.thiiiUU', it
mie .rp.ialed pr.-s n; ii.-si.,,,
C .in erl',nd '.illiey I[{.ilr.tt J. i l'l illl
S.eec. i, Provydes tii t $~6.0i).iLih l[ lsha i L .| ,pr.i
printed 'ro p y ,ii.rt..t.,im prnDrlic debt &L'' l'iil,.a ,s
am the Ct 'iir..artdl|i -


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...The ** rovidence Atienmmt was ,r
rated in 1831. Its', library contains abit
volumes, selected with great care and und
favorable circumstances'; and tfierms a v
collection, arranged in sixti-en-dislinit class
eluding its miscallaniqus. Like its sister
tion, however, it languishles four want of
Age. .Its.library increasesa but slowly-.;
Ithe arnount of taxation upoi p its ,n. mbte,
it frokn debt. .Taose who have its inte
heart have become satisfied, that in the e
condition of things, the Athlentum canna
thie.expectations of its proprietors, nr sat
wants of the cos m unity.
In 1 looking at the causes why neither o
institutions is supported withll ti- lb- reality
unigirt reasonably be lo iked for in a city li
it is believed that. tire chief difficulty arias
the Irct, that the influence and wealth,
should he concentrated, is at present d
and that could it be brought to bear upi
institution of the like character, that ins
would at once be placed upn a permanent
rid ered long attract deser.- J pD.i-u!i'.
pie patronage. With the vir il, then, r.f t
accomplish this very desirable object, b
institutions above referred to, have witl
unanimity agreed to dis olie, provided
new one can be formed up.n an extended
To consider, and act'upon the propositi
contemplated meeting is called.
What is wished by the friends of the n
may probably be thus stated.-Tlhat a ne
pany'should be formed, for the purpose o
fishing d large public Library ; that it sht
ply for a charter at the a pi-,r.ra..-hin4 ,esi,
General A-7inLi' ,u thatif that be obtain
satisfactory provisions, it should go at on
operation, taking thle books of the tii i
institutions at their fairly a praised value
nucleus for its ,own c.il...l:,,n It is wi
make it a .popular institution in the best
one win.:h a'.itll bie fitted to operate useft
efficiently in purifying the public taste, e
tlIe public mind, and directing a greater
of the talents and affections ol our young
this anid coming '7e-n rati.:.n from their too
ing pursuitof mere altltu F.,r Ith'e letter
ment of these erids,. it is-wished that 'the
shares should be as moderate as the chars
the proposed institution will justify;. so tha
lnrge number of subscribers may be obtain
thus the necessary annual amount of t
.kept within the means of the largest po
our citizens. It is hoped that sirfi.'ui
will be raised to secure the services of a
mert librarian ; and to keep the Libra
together with the Libraruy Rii'.'.Ji' 'R'i
stored with the best i.ervidic is L of
open and free of access i tie p,,,opiil-..r
times during the weeldki except oa Ihe Sal
Thus mnch will show why the propose
ing is-ecalled. Bit whirie on this .q-,bjrt.
be well to glance at something closely co
with it. Should the plait above sketched
thinglike it succeed, accommodations
institution must be had. In other words,
or suite of rooms. or a building, must be p
It may be'safely said that no suitable ac
dations exist at this moment in the city, re
use. The locatiorenmust be central, con
of access, and as attractive as possible in
speets. ff we.look to the ability of the p
institution should it he established, it
taken for granted that it will not for a lon
at least be able to erect in any proper spo
able building-and must therefore, if lef
depend upon hired rooms. /But there a
Institutions among us, which need acco
lions quite as much, though not all perhi
extensive a kind, as that will ; and which
willing possibly to unite with it for this I
and thus secure all that can on this 9
asked. Tihe Mechanics' Association, the
lin Society, the Historical Society,the k
Institution, all want permanent and coi
rooms ; and it is understood that some
.have taken steps preparatory to obtainin
Besides these, a large Hall, placed in a
and accessible situation, and properly co
ed for public lteaary and scientific lect
exhibitions in the fine arts, for musical
and.oratorios, and for various public i
which are now almost of necessity hel
churches, is very much needed.-I
olters to calculate the value of rent
might accrue from a building which we
nish all these and other accommtnodations
to a higher good than tihe mere money a
though as money is itnlispensable to th1
meirt of tre otiject, it is gratifying to bel
funds employed in tlpe erection of a
every way suited to the purpor is tiia!ne
be safely ait least, some think profit
vested, -
I have said mhat I look to. a.higher gc
the rmere money account ;-,.I do, and
fellow citizens in great n rtthes'r will joir
look, then, to tire reputation of our
city. I look t to e i i' ...r.. of its
tion. I look to the increasing knouwlc
finemient, virtue, and hlove of virtue, of t
generation, atlud otf .-rur iti ,n. to cu
these are deeply ini,.-i,-I in t lut- ucts
proposed enterprize Wi .it cuni ,,,ti,
appeal for p tr'inir to Iany' i l r .'ndi
ended 'ornmnunity? Inthis Lus ),rlimI
i a .u. ') it y. lhtimn is p t, I u., a'tIiimiite


Sections 7, 8, 9, and 1t, appropriates th
ance of the two millions bonus to various '
ol'internal improvement in'Pennsylvania.
See. 1-1. Provides thatstockholdera hall
-liarler pre r, 113 to 3d or M.,irth next, .r-,
:he act to t.e in torce. Within 311 di.vs their
police tIlo Ie given. .f' li t elecLiir, i t direct
.ier Ill. acA--prci ent di ltccli.ri 1.' C--ntin ue
-Zee until ortlniis t ie elected,

PUBLIC LIBRARt ME'ET'ING.
Your paper shows today, Messrs. Edi
call for a meeting of our citizens to be hel
-EVE~iNG, to consider tlie expediency'and
ability, and it may bl hoped to take e'f
nmcasunres for the purpose, of esiablislhing
lie Library or Atherientni, adequate to the
of thie city, and honorable to the, liberality
inhIbitants. Inasinuch, however, as the
evidence Library" and the Providence
ninim" still exist, the question' may be ai
are we to have a third. Institution of thi
kind? -if nIt, what is meant by the pr
effort? ,1 wish, by your leave, to occupy a
portion bofyour'colunris with a reply.
The Providsrace Library has been,tior
siderable period, but scarcely of-notintal
ence. It has not enjoyed suoiuicent patron
keep it free froui de;t, even with the most
expenditure It. nunibttr oi books ilas be
little increased for some years ; of thlsc
belonged to it, many have been inst; i
cases, parts of valuable sets are miasiig,
very large number need repair. It, howev
conprises some valuable works in several:
inents ofliter ,i i. ; tL..i i' ci, i .r...r pirr
I -- -;r ta n* ni..t..l It,- 1.. 1 ,; l h1 ill


the House on the subject, and, as the hour was
late miovd that the cumoiinnLee rise, which was
agreed to.
The House then adjourned.

IN SENATE--Tnr sDAy, Jan. 21.
Mr. Benton frdui the Coiuniittee on Military
Alfi;ir,. to which was referred a resolution con-
c. ,nl ng Steamn Batterl ie T,- il..rt-.l i lJl 1 II
an appropriation for I'e b'ildili Sierni Ul.ltt,.ri, -
= ,'.t.t,1'.1111_ which w i., i r.id iid .ra, r .J i.. a i-e.'
ond r liiig.'
VMr. Behtbn also reported from the sgue oom-
mitude a bill to cornstrict a Militiry it..id. frohli
Fort Leavenworth to i p.,n ii.'. i ;ii, t ..i ,r ..I
the M iN sisiapi river, '1 i ,1 h ,*',- rJ- unc' ,.*d...
edl ..'a soc ..nd r,.,,.!.ll '.'
M r (C'l.ivt',i, v j'i Iav of the Sot .' 'ilr.


tion, will perform a few pieces.
Mr H. i,,[I *i=i-. Itldivcr a 2d .kt- ur'e ont Miusic,
,..1'in 1 in ,. .. .. .JI of' instructing l n ..,i i: and
,i ,l ri --:..' His w ill endeavu r to it,,raLiiiu the
, \'.u l I in ,.' -- f :A iln '-'. : I do.d u- i I.ke, l -c ,ut r cr lu rtC
i '-ilru u j. i I .1 .. 1i .i, ki.'-.' !- J Lt fni. fr l u In-t
6 ti l mnui .1 ... t -r, : ':m:u .. ...h In.. rI ll. rdil
. ,I l ,, '.th .ll ,,.l A ..j,..rl tl i aJln ohJ t n' otQIlr igB- -
S ,.,, J .. .. i ir. ,.ti ..i ,- ,l.'. the above "

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r)1 :. ,, ,- 1M 1 it n I 11 l i -l~..l -' d l.U
S 1. ... i a.i -i J II'l ua .,
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le bal" cicrded, a single building which belongs to our t.'.,rei, 'tstr.J.:.oni of tlle r,aa.al duet, and of ai
works' citizens, aside from our school-houses, yet dedi. .thI.e s.. r ,'vei, t-,an oftheoptic nerve,or inflam- es
-intlion of tihe eye or eyelids, &c. 11
crept cated to-.. the great interests of learning and ifillo th; 'e for e an En!-; .,-t Ph-.ar, tf
i th, n' sm,-ncr! iM lny owns in New E.ungliand, quite hAinr, c.l'Tra,il. in Lndin, ,s vell as in Pur.F, n
r-all r, behind us in p.'.pulaluton d weali.hive largely m d..d o 11II P ., le street, P,trzt,li/i l ui Ihl.'.
,r un- .urpnssred us min the encouragement of such on- r-[I inal nucli .ablig ed tio con for y.nir "'rt:-i
in ol- tmi ie on in.' ilis.t5roi of tmhe LEy. e lwhenid I h uve
dertakihngs. Sumh an ir-.tit^tuon as is cuntwrn -l
nittmuilI riad n anme pleasure and interest than
S plated, it is h.gli time- Ithal we had. Such a ,,therwise, .s I hive been in London and Paris,
building loo, '.,r its accnmnodation, and the a wines ,If that success, which'has founded.the fr
tors, a accommodation, ..fin.,tnluions of kind,.d ,t.,r -e Jiit rel-,.,I .t..n vyo enjoy, and which you, have fr
d s er der rne roof, we ought to have. Lt it obtained in nnmierous instances, where tihe efforts e
s er under one roof, we ought to hve. Let i celebrated oculists have produced ni ne
practi- rise then, in simple architectural beauty, not so benefit. Accept my sincere wishes for their" e
flicient mnolch to attract the gaze of tise air in er,-lth..i.2i 'confinuation, as suffering humanity claims your ec
a Pub, it were well that strangers ri,iL accr-dt our ralents.ind assAttamrce ; hnrt I doubt not, to it yoiu
wants love oIf s cience'aid literature af idm-h as onur will cotntinue'tq consecrate both. If in the numn-
..h .er mi v patients I should discver any who rt
of its love of money,-as the fondest' regard -of our may find it requisite to consult an oculist, I shall
Pro- asepiring.ymouth and oitr intelligent citizens. Let not fail to .recommend them to you,- being fully ro
Athe- its halls be filled .ith those, who will delight to persuaded, it would be the most eminent service fe
si'd- fill the' leisure intervals of business withhe that I could render them. I am sir, &cM.D."
e same pursuit of a truer and better wealth thah thlit To Mr Williams, Oculist ;o His Majesty, &c.
posed. can give ; and with th-se, who may there find FROM THE SOUTH.
small an antid,.te to the temptations to idleness, folly, thre Steamiboat Williai Gibbons, arrived p

a cn ,r vice, it, the various forms which a l'rge 't, wn at New York, Charleston papers to Saturday eve-
ra cn- presents. Let it stand in connexion with the nirg, 16th inst have been received. r
exist temples of our holy religion, to furnish the minds At Savnna, 12th inst Mr J. Ci ins Cot- ti
nage to' '. At Snvannah, 12th inmt Mr J. Cumming's Cot- an
of those whI, resort to it with knowledge, the tin shed No 1, containing cotton to the value of
limited sister and handmaid of piety :-never may they $30,000, was discovered to, be on fire, which how- M
'e t be dissevered So thought and felt our Pilgrim ever was firtiunately subdued alter the destruc-
which w rid. t lion of about thirty bales. About two o clock in
in E..i Fh ,1 ,lm, who raised the school-house -fhthuth" ,i. i r.-J it e the satne day, three wooden buil- .
a chorc, as belonging to'lthlie same great I'ihily of ,l i ri" .i i...ron Bryain slteet and Bay lane.were
'eitii means bestowed by the providence of God, .ri '.dr, .)ty.d t 'tire, and a negro woman and two ta
er 11 i the ednuatitn and happiness of nian.. l i. r,. ttedto ve perished ii lhe fl-mes.
deit IMay we not hope i'thit the prps..d n" .,,-T m he Indian War.-Accounts from Florida con-
~tl ll A t, t th rn ;nu .'. i ,.f a istressing character From St. t
T .r l tl r..n frl ie ttl t in ., 1. le 7lh inst. we A
-uiiJ- -rlrial *ltril I .lliaP a' at o ot. o m i. m. i.-n- r- --. '
nu t [ *11.' r"0 1 .* 6 .11 l .)T __ . + -, J 6 : "
tt 30, 0 M r. V i L.I % Ii, the English occulist, le is c.il. Ii,.',, u,..' i n ..i Monday, that ,
er. very sedon us to correct an error in our paper ot Sat- Mr. 'Bartolo ime, Solano's and Mr. John Purves's ?
valuable nrday, in which it was stated that he was born n e i .is about 1 miles S. W. ard Sm. nA utgs- v
ses, in- France'; y t hlih -uigh he was appointeil as h,,n- i I. 'loick u..n Ihnl t11',-r.,h .
institu- orary oculist to their Majesties Louis XVHII., L.,.r '7"i -Tet-Jd, y' Ii.rninn.-Welearn by
patron- Charles X., and the present Kinz, as well as the a lad whoescaped fronm Mr. Baia's plantation last
though King of the Belgians, iwltc.s- d.plh.n,. we have eer, n. -,nd arrived in town drbn.i tie night.
Sweeps seen) hFi family nrd hainel divide then time Indians, and that Mr. Bartolo Geiover-, had been a
'lest at between England, France and Belghitn. We killed. 15 Indians v .-re hire, arnd 1oitni tllicr pc. e
Xistinrg are authorized to state that hit'lgl.,dly 1iv ;,. n they appear tn be on ltleir way n.rth
iito tthat liefil ,,d ,, y [h a place is 6 inilfe i ni- h ,-, S.:.lanri's Fri '
at fulfil his oepiIoi on any case of blndnr.s or dt.ar .o I,i ,ni L I-, escape bu I,,ncealinr himself in ,n
isfy the without fee, this day, at the Frminklirn bl,,ue. tl,i.:ke unt.tl In had h -.....pi.,ourI niti '*. naki.nghi r
.le will return Io llt.i.-tin to in. rrow r rinrlog ay' unob.eerved..) Ito \VI W adi rn -, seven miles d
f Ies V refer our raider to lie .rtcs below, cop. ent l 11 dJanuary 7 1836.] i
r which "1 B ct-up [t,.,icv ,.t ,l" Fi-t lo a llrir. d, .Jansi,. 7, 1.83 .] t
S t'd from the : n 'l .le J urn l, I (.,-,.-i ,1 H rn .,d. and aids, MI -r DrEdile,
ke this, 22d inst. Ais't .\dl't returned t.o hi clty y' '.eserda'." t
es frnm From Ailhe, Boston Mercantila Journal. C.ipt mu.s rn,.d. L; u, Sc.,tbia rt'urnt.-d le t.lghtr
k which t .,i :,-,r-- Ibelor. Capt. Gibbs.rip.-nt lint a detachmenrt t
divided a; I t l e t"l he ll.-rrt tl.e s m ,.s it. a isw naJ ltse dv.'e. ..I &t. ,A S u.tt.,i (_; uards went l dot r, t Tomarins i
o nmau nu- I l,r.-.iight with me fr..in Er.-.p.. f.rii,,, wilh thI- minte-rton rof pirIN uing lIe erneniy, bi. t
on one t se -t ,, o ta .- ur tul-te:, ppe.r, n -..rd r n it hi,m,i thll.e' Itiind il it the) hb d -.:-,ni.nl -'d w ll,
titution readers rtim i' be enia.oirg. d t- j see-k .ut the L hnJ their bpoty. The detachment came to several
it basis, poor and tie.n to hitter l, ,Fiist 'no cli.ck, places where the Indians had built their fires,
Di.,I mn- at, thre I '.ii,.ui, e r'.a. f I ti le EI lc.-pl Me.hli -. apparently the day or two previous, and saw ev- t
i to st Cha.- l't J-m ',.-Im tu..' Id it, ni l -,L it ni fIhrr pl.ice idences of much numerotis'force than has been i
S g to, inore c. nir nlr.et ran Ie u.bltin.d ; and I n.:.v riepaited at var;ois times The enemy appears
oth the promnie 1i ti., tl It -ini gr its, i hnerter is 0iny ]hipe t.-. be strong, bf-ing over 100 and perhaps 200. t
a great' of.t);.,i ., d ICapl G.bt- ilmstels that he examined the premi- t
that a a t d ..n. ----,.ftlIe Ei ar. ,jai.'rf,tu[r,', .:u l u ,, I iPs of Ci)l. Dummo ett, and that- there was a ge mne-
general, common liun.anity ought o inrduce' us il desi' uci.,n of r..peily wherever there wvas
d plan. when we see anjy i.-r.n4. s. iaf.icr d titll. I..,.,t no provisions, but luhere there was corn, &0.. it
on, the weak, or dltf..-ire sial,. l, inf.airni them .where was left undisturbed. I .
they are likely tr. tind ai,.i'.,l.t -in t iscer- It is well known that the Indians are hostile to f
tain that th at el "e.net.- is ia ,sire f.,r,-.i nnner of Gen. Clinch personally, and would kill hiim tthe
en e blindness,' ril. ca rtrvle, b .u.Juiia m 'int n' first opportunity. '
W comi- The Iruhli ui tlii:i asetrmini I em.ulhJ eaoilv pr..ve From the Cltnrleston Courier, J.anuary llth.
f estab by a il.sairnd /I,:.' example. s : [,u it it a m A. A considerable. portion bt the Teitri.try which
muld ap-. ply llIn-lr ile, 1in Mirlton, I .laill siale no r thier Ihas bren Ithi scene of lth.e dr|.redalnins, was I
n f tie', who, I r F-nlu, in o liii ki:i I ..,I th r ilm e of ...ne i te siOnce purchtnsu-d by the United States
that i.imn.ril P'o -.t Ironm neakn-rsi ol ,it be.- 'fror the Indmans, lito.,n the Governmennt-were
ed wi 0h ( ,,,,,, i,:,ailly bl,1.... thich awlol situ .1o, the I.:. rennoveLv b time .lh Janorn 1r
nice into D.id i eIn-.ell initst pathllialculy deucrtihes, hlien Mnaj.r VWi'liam--, hio .iurrived here on Tuesday I
E ;t. rgL I. a. iddir e inn.seI llio e Lighl. everin g, ravs a n i.wt de...lo.'rble account of the
as the .n.i it / r. te-late ,r uni' ris F. PI.rida. He states that the t
as .. .., u L, i ., il i;r planit'ation 'at Spring Garden, e.Oned by Colonel t
shed to "' lu fiudtlliy i... rc I ,,; ..- ,. i.d i i..,ti. .O V.. ,: .-es, of t h, State, ihas bi.e-n aInd wrstie by the- t
t sense ; A u .Indis tnirr, the Sti ir Wr ls rnd buildings of all
illy and ------ "Thi' s 1-, m,." Year : .les'erlptl..,t liatm ng b.en hurni.i,.i-nd the -ie.roeas,
Seva ing .mm.mI ', emm .- 1 uI u""" IL-na.rstirlrng i.t upwaida .-if 100, trl.en ,aray I
levat Ig I i l, i- i; i-Il t.;; .i;;. ; W e h'i.ve been s a letter lrrnm General t
p.,rti ,r .. ui. : ,,,,I,,, r.. r t l ..u. c-m ut i ..-gt Hefrnandez, dated paintt A u fu.-tine, January 7th, t
- men of u. i'"a iwa.t.i Uyi ni atIl nol n.ar,'.. h .il hmer p".."- front which we mnnke tllie following extracts :-t
absorb-l Ai'. utr-6. .m lier .,ri i t a y ea d 'tdll I returned y di n Aug sta, and am or-
i tain n,- mii. ml.. l l.h.M I..,n' ,i.,t [ tl 1,1. 0" ry to say tliit tie le n lirrIns h veJlaid waste m ost
S" a .r. i a osTr. ,..fthie el nt-leme'iliS S outh if lhe Tomoka.- .Mr. s
price of Such are now presensedas have stood tIhe test LDepevysier Sugar W. and other buildings I
acter of of thie jiery Ordeal'" for nearly forty years. All upon lte p ice. were burned, and all his negroes
ataverv persons who are not poor may obtain )my upini.ri cirrred ff At Col..,n.I Duinamett's they de-
ed, anl oin their cases, without any fee, every day fu, i, str.aied eser) article of furniture, and attempted.
e,an 10till 1 o'clock, at my Hotel. I' burn the IhoI.bi, but did not succeed-the fire I
taxation I have the honor to be. Sir. yours, &c. ars eomnmun-'c-iel to the floor of the house, but (
irtion of J. rn p,\'LLI.I ,'I, piut ouit ..Ilr tin.- L,-. ni-.left it. M r. Dunham's
.i daas Honorary Oculist to thel.r uljS.pi a's il,a large house was burnt. Mr. Samuel Williams' i
S.K.;n fu F ans:e rin-i Del-intn. tdwrell.ng lion.se Va.ila.) buriut, buL nut his Su-
pr'ma. Bromfield House, Boston, Jan ith, 13idt gar H,.ous, as the Curn Ias in it. Previous to
ary, and J3sT'romt Janiuary2b, 1836. ti.e burning .ol WIlli -' hoAe, ts they Ip.oceerded
,, well Da; : ILLIAMs- to laj..r IIm. rnots plmlatain,, burnt his Sugarand
thIe dy, .Very Respected Si:-- .- '.Dwelhl.r Hu3--s, and t,_ok av.y ..11 I is n-grb;s
si at ll nh-Ahilpst every oneef )-urpatient'thnt'noi IverV planarliinr to the South oi ir. Buriow's,
b,, so humanely have treated d fu..r sab-,ut ilisee tehes, has ban either destr.-yed or abandoned -
bbi. some of them but.a few d1)a onhv, untir wi m, Satcannah, Jannar'y 14th.- Exlricts from a let- t
d meet. in desiring to give you pruuIt'.f .ur graintute.j.nt "er racetived by ye iteid-.y'a nil f'uin St A ugus-
; it may only for the manner with whil:h I'.u rcei'ted u., tune, dcicrit.ir ,r the alarinunlg slate of I e Indian
infected but also for t-e extraordinaty treo,lit ...t thie rn I. at- -% W% lu.m.e an.,thl'r serious danger to ap-
edies you have applied to o1tt ei eC O.r irrnisJ prehend, whuie mis the sacrity, of provisions.
d or any have been impressed for several d iat3. t i11tl ie aliule of ahe neingliturng .,,untr' people have
for the cessity ofgiving you a public testimony to prove flocked t., I.awn, and left Ilit.r corn and provis-
a room, Utat you have not thrown away s our time andur The' vh..Ile i.. the neig.boourin-r country peo-
rovided, medicines upon a considerable nu.nb.-r of grate. pie have flock-d to tianw, and let their corn
ful individunas, of almostevery agee I am there- and ir.tois-,r., which i all destroy Id; at leas
corormo- fare' solicited by the other patients, to be the or-i ,-21 to '511country ne-roeit lo e fed ; the sew
eady for gan of this.communication, in order to express hot.3cs and conimniet .mut have to get all their
ivenient to you hy letter our feelings, and to beg that you supplies Iron iere, and we hitae only the schr .9
Small re- will have'the kindnesato continue your atten- S. S Ml s in the ntad, now to ( harle.sutn, and
t lion to us every day, until your departure, and her trips are so Iong that our supplies bilnua lit
proposed that you will prolong that moment as mnuth i last trip, are rarly -one any articles 'such as
may be your.other engagements will enable you to do : hard bread'and ptrk are not to be got, even now,
ng while that riot only we, may continue to receive the. our btmiih,.r'tcinnol go into the country for beef,
't a suit- henefitlof your applications to our eyes, but to and tmie most o lour fishermen are now on night
t alon, give occasion to a great number of others of our guard'; we have not a. vese.l of ant kind now in
lt alone s, n class, now suffering under the saute Ot-pri, port by wlich we could escape il It should he-
re other vition that we did when we came to von. I till come necessary, the road between this ann Pic-
rmmnoda- take thl liberty to mention two or three of our lata is occupied by the Indians, and no doubt all
aps of so cases as a specimen of.the whole. One is a'Mrs. intercourse between this and Jacksonville or Pa-
mous beTaylor, aged 47years, who was unable,.t) see to hio will. be cut off."
hiay be work by thie assistance of a. pair of glashe which [It is satisfactory to add itha provisions hnad
purpose; she had .been obliged to use a numnb.r ruf years, been sent from Charleston to St. Augustine, and
sicome be and was under the necessity u-t using Frank- very high magnifying power, wiLth which she letter. A company of volunteers had also sailed
n, could do her daily work; but winchi uheisraei sa for the same destination. A letter of the 6th,
Savings (distressed her eyes, by the pain i the eveb ll., from St. Augustine, states that the authorities of-
nvenient that tine glasses occasioned, thatshe could scarce- that place had prohibited the introduction of ne-
of them ly support the pain night or day. On your ar- groes from the country, into that city. This was
n them. rival, Sir, she was recommended to your care by probably in consequence of the great scarcity of
a clergyman; since which, she has theuhappiness provisions.]
Central to have broken the latter glasses in pieces, af. F rom the Savannah .orgian.
construct, ter finding that she could employ the former, she m Battle of Wi hlacoochle -We furnish our
ures, for aain tried them, and found that she.coul read readers the followingadditional particulars of the
concerts and work wuth the glasses that-were formerly engagement at Witblacooche-they come from
useless to her, and can now read and work day n .tionable authority
meetings or night, as though notlhing had ever affected her About the same time that the regular troops
d in our eyes. The second, I a.ll nameo, is, that of a crossed the river, three hundred of the militia
leave to young man who had lost the eight of one eye up- volunteers, under Gen. Call, crossedin the same
Swhi wards of 17 yesrs,,so far as to discern the light place-the former were formed in order f battle
m Od f nly ; but now every f ay ge ves proofl at he dins- aa.-fat as they landed ; the latter troops however,
onldfur- tngshe every large te, wit ll That eye,when were not displayed, but remained huddled to.-
SI look the other is completely sei.t The last shall etheron the margin of the river about 300 yards
account; nentmon, ms my own case; which 1 considered a. irom.the scene.of action.-As soon as the first
me attain-- 'inurabe becau ha "tried r n van. I' e i'mot shot was fired, the militia were panic-struck and
-elebrated physicians, for the sig l th. eye- di p.cipirely over thi ri.verone of their cap.
ieve that but through the blessing of t.,>d on tihe tie.as I' ts |,,^ ,nz the wa, and losing his musket in
building that you have employed, I can mno e.-e tu walk r "' .,.e-ln n e twenty of _d e h .sintg i ret in.-
d, would through the streets of this city, wh, t1.i- othe-r ted .d toi.lg -talLanlly.


caIj) ., The i actti % :as a v.r) e rre or .o i a13
evident from the fact that more than a qnuaitir of
he whole command was killed'or wounded, of I
he latter four mortally. The horse of Col. Fan-
in received two shots in his body.
TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS.
IN SENATE. '
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 20.
A communication was laid before the Senate,
nom the Department of War, ernrl..,rig a report
orn the -Chief Engineer, cn the subject of deep-
ning the water on the Pensacona Bar. *
On motion of Mr Clay, tlhe Committee on For-
ign Relations was discharged from. the oonsid.
ration of all that part of the Special Message of
he President of the United States, which has
reference to the augmentation of the Navy, and
Stlhe defence 'of the maritime frontier.
On motiorrof Mr Webster, that part which
latests to the augmentation of the Navy, was re.
*rred to the Committee on Naval Affairs; and
o much as has relation to Fortifications, to the
Committee on Military Affairs..
ABOLITION OF SLAVERY.
This question, on motion of Mr. Clay, was
astponed until to-itorrow.
MR. BENTON-'S RESOLUTIONS.
The question on Mr Benton's resolutions was
resumed; thie immediate question being the mo-
ion of Mr Goldsborough to amend the first re-
elution.
Mr Cuthbert spoke at some length in reply to I
Ir Webster, and was followed by Mr flubbard,
'ho did not, conclude his teiarks, having given
'ay f,,r tih' Senate to go into Executive business
-after-which the Senate adjourned.
[Tne Executive- business was of an unialpor-
ant character ]
HOUSE OF 'REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr Mann'moved to suspend the rule, in order
take up for consideration the motion to print
tii0 e pi \ copies of the Report made by Mr. J
Ai .ino, from the Select Committee, on the
Subject of the Smithson bequest to the United
ltales,-for the.establishment of-the Smithsonian
i'istiiru'i, for the diffusion of knowledge and
irtue at the city of Washington.
The motion was agreed to.
Mr Chapin stated-.thtl this beqoest amounting
o more than half a million of dollars, was one of
lie most liberal anti munificent of nmoidern times,
i.i was deserving of the notice_of.Congress and
: ie people of the Union. It might be regard-
_d a an tributee of-respect from a citizen of a for-
in go ernineit to the institutions of this; and
I %a a i1,- ti lthe memory of thie individual that
Cr.nL rei should give publicity to the fact in a
e-.pcti..Il form The Repott ought also to be
,iint,,iiled among thile people, with the view to
ffi,d anruppdortunity for persons of education and
intelligence to exchange views in regard to the
nainer most expedient of carrying into effect
he inientiona of the donor.
Mr Parker sid a few words in opposition to
the .ni-lon to print. We had not' yet, he said,
.11.t lii.iilugh ni.l debate on the expenditure of'
ihie necotniiieilt nd, in which itr6ng'objections
weie made ti. the printing of extra copies of the
'rehaid,-ir'a Message He thought there need be
no haste in printing and distributing the report,
or tie money would not be got in his time, nor
in that of any member of tIe House. A suit in
Chancery must be commenced and ended before
he United States couil- c i the money, and the
ernmiinatlion of s.ch a sui'coild not be expected.
ri less than half a century. In ihe meantime,
however, the fund would be taken good care of,
aod would greatly accumulate. He saw no oc.
;asion for-printing an extra number of the report,
for the information of the House or of the people.
The motion to print 5000 copies was agreed to
without a division. :-
Several reports of private bills were made from
he Committees.
ABOLITION OF SLAVERY IN THE DIS-
TRICT OF COLUMBIA
The House resumed (lie c.,nid,-i.i:tin if the
resolution heretofore ofr')red by Mr Jarris, as
follows: N -
Whereas, any attempt in this House to agitate
he question of Slavery, is calculated to disturb.
tilhe compromises of the Constitution, to endanger
lie Union,'and if 'persisted in, to d,:sir-y the
peace and prosperity of tlie country ;
Therefore Resolved,That in the opinion of this
House, the subject of the Abolition of Siavtry in
the District of Columbia, ought not to be enter-
tained'by Congiess;
An7d it is further Resolved, That in case any
petition praying for the Abolition ot Slavery in
tlie District of Columbia should hereafter be. pre-
sented, it is the deliberate opinion of the House
that the same ought to be laid on the table with-
out being referred oi printed
XtMr Wise modified his motion to aniend, 'so' as
offerr his resolution, (declaring that Congress
had no power, under the Constitution, to legislate
on the subject of Slavery in the District of Co-
umbia,) as.an additional resolution to the above,
instead of a substitute.
Mr. Bouldin resumed and concluded his re-
mirikson thi subject.
Mr Pclkeni took the floor, and commenced
an animated speech against the.abolitionists, their
principles and measures, &c. and was going on
to show that their influence was on'the increase,
and would soon become predominant in the Nor-.
thern and Eastern States:-when, (it being one
o'clock,) the House proceeded to the orders of the
day.
Tihe bill to extend, for a limited time, the char-
ters of the Banks of the District of Columbia,
was read a third time and passed. :
NEW YORK RELIEF BILL.
The House then reio.lved iiselfinto a commit-
te' oefthe whole orn ithe bill fr he reef of the
sufferers by the late ire in t le city of New York,
.Mr. Connor in the Chair)
Mr. Everett, o Veornoent, said, he did not rel.
gard this as a charity bill, nor as a measure of re-
lief for the sufferers. It was aolely founded on
the interests of the Government in relation to the
commerce of the place. With some alterations
the bill would meet with his support. He should
move amendments for the purpose of providing
that new bonds should be taken by the Collector
in every case; also,'that interest should be paid
on all the deterred bonds; and also. that the limi-
tation of the benefits of tne bill to those whose
losses exceeded the sum of one thousand dollars,
be stricken out.
Mr. Denny opposed the bill as conflicting with
that provision of the Constitution.which provides
that no preference should be given in the regula-
tion of cominerce or the revenue, to the ports of
one State over those of another State; arid also,
as conflicting, in some measure, with the Com-
promise Act of 1832.
" Mr. Pearce, of R. 1. followed in opposition to
several of the provisions of the bill. He stated
that he should, when in order, move to amend
the bill by adding to it a 3d section, providing
that the Secretary of the Treasury be directed to
pay out of the'Treasury to such persons as lest
pr.opeity by the fire, and to whom the benefits of
the foregoing sections do riot extend, fifteen per
cent. on the amount of all property so destroyed,
to be ascertained and proved in a manner hereaf-
ter to be prescribed. He contended that the bill
was too partial in its character, not reaching the
most deserving class of the sufferers, and not be-
ing what its title purported He also stated,that
he would not vote for the bill, even it his amend-
ment should be adopted, unless it should be so
altered as to confine the benefits of its provisions
to thIe losers of goods destroyed in their original
packages. He spoke at great length in support
of hils views.
Several gentlemen, among whom was Mr. Cam-
breleng, attempted to get the floor when Mr.
Pearce finished, but it was obtained by
Mr. Phillips, who intimated a desire to address


duinl a biJl u, st.ibhliih .1 'le bJriti)nal Given=
ne'nt in the Territory of Ouisconsin, which was
read twice and referred to the committee on the
Judicinmy. ..
The Senate adjourned to Monday.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE -S.
1 .n- ii, Jan 2't. .
Mr. Jihrinson, of Kentuclhy I' .ria he Commit-
Lee on Milrtary Affairs,reported a bill making apa
pr|,itn.l..ns for collecting information concern- .
ng, .,nd e.-minencing the construction of certain 'J
Fortifications; read twice and committed.
[Thle above bill is a substitute for a'bill hereto-
fore reported from the same committee. It pro-
rides flr the commencement or .completion of
eighteen different fortifications, and for building
Steam Batieries. Tie sum appropriated for
Steam Bltuteries is six hIundred and sixty thou-,"
siand dollars.]
ABOLITION OF SLAVERY mIt D C.
The House resumed the consideration of the re-
solution heretofore offered by Mr.Jarvis, of Me ;
the question being upon the-motion of Mr. Wise
to amend the same by adding thereto a resolu-
ion declaring that Congress has no power, un-
der thie Constitution, to legislate upon the sub-
ject of slavery in the District of Columbia.
The House was addressed hy Mr. Pickens and;
Mr. Hoar. Before the lattergentlemnan hadcon-
cluded, the House adjourned.

PENNSYLVANIA.-On Monday, the 18th'instait,
the Committee of the Legislathtreto examine into
tie evils of Masonry, met at Harrishuig, in tIa
Court House. A great crowd was ii. atleird-
ance. Joseph R. Chandler, Editor of the United
States Gazette; S M. S ewart; T. M: Freeman;
W. Stevens; GeorgeM Dallas; Rev. Mr Sprole,
of Philadelphia ; and' several others, refused- to
be sworn, and -presented their protests. When
the' work of calling over the witnesses was done ,
says the US Gazette,the committee resolved that
would report to the House, to-morrow morning, -
the names of those individuals who had been
summoned and did not attend; and also, the
names of those who had. attended, and refused,to
testify ; and to ask of the House to have them,
the latter, brought immediately to the bar of the
House, in the custody of the sergeant at arms, to
answer for their refusal to obey.
The committee then adjourned until Thursday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
What will be the decision of the House I ean-
not foresee[-they willof course compel the at-
tendance of all the protestants"'atthe bar--the
decision will then be dismissal or imprisonment
-the latter will be an action that will probably
give rise to other actions.,"

PUBLC10 LIBRARY MEETING.
F' It having been fund by experiien..: hili'r ouo
public Library Compames, cannot be p.r...'rr uAly
and usefully sustained in in.s city. tmhe propr etors of
the Providnce Libhrarv and Providence Alh n e m,,
have therefore unamiitiuurs y voted to dispo.'e. of the"
I., 1.. ..r ,i ,.,, n i.. .: .. I ,- .;..i tfor the purpose
01 .- nu, -nurr ,. i- ih, r i l, i i' i rt.-. h others ot the
C -, ... :.A l lI'r J.. i- i .,i, l ...' favorably- dis-
posed tto coneentmri t their exertions to I.aii nn en-
larged Imasttituion, which mriay be more a tma ,,vely
useful and creditably to our citizens..
Fur he purpose of carrying into effect this- pro-
posed plaim 'it has been defined ,. ,t.-.d.- rn ao -nmi 6
a public meeting of the ciliy'.ens, .r' -..rllh, arnd of
the proprietors of the Produlenci Lii it ar..J Athe-
netm companies, in particular, to be holdenait the
Masonic tHall, THIS EVENING, January 25th,
.at six o'clock. where a genitralattendance of a.I in-
terested is requested.
I\'.o- BBnt, r John R Bamtlett,
Nchiolaa Hn'rin, Philip Allen,
Moses B Ives, Owen Mason,-
Robert H. Ives,', Ge. Baker,
Jno. Carter Brown, Sam'r Y. Atwell, "
William Jenkins, \V ir, E Richmond,
Crawf,.r-. Alien, S.i.t'I Boyv.d Tobey,
Truai.an Beck,'ith, S. N,,w l.
Wm Butler, J.-Maurai,
Charles F. Tillinghast, J KngrburFy, .
Thomas Burgess, Beni.,n in Over,
Amory Chapin, R \ Geene,
S. Aug. Arnold, Alb.ri C. Greene,
Benj. Hoppin, Sam'l W BriJghaim,
Fred'k A Frtley, John Whipple,
Cy.rus Butler, Peter Pratt, .
Thomas C Hoppin,' Levi C. Eaton,
Stephen Tripp, Joseph L. Tillinghast,- '
Thomas C Hartshorb, Thos. F. Carpenter,,
D. C. Cushing, Ger, Curl;i,
P. W. Harris, Richard WVaterman,
W: R Staples, A. G. Gri-ere,
J. L. Hughes, C. Soule Cartee,
Benj. Abor, Charlie Putter,
Amasa Manton, Henry Soule,
Geo. W. Hallet, 'John Pitman, < '
John'J. Stimson, John Howland '
Robt. Rhodes, Zachariaih Allen,
Thomas H Webb, Sullivan Dorr. "
J. Balch, Jr. '

r'1 Historical Soeiety'as Lectures.-The ninth
Lecture of the Course, will be delivered in Frankhrl
Hall, an HI'../......' *,'evening, Jan 27, by theHon
Tristaim Burges. Subject-" Sketches of the Naval
and Nasratime affairs of Rhode Island."
The doors will be closed at preCisely ten mirnutes-
after 7 o'clock. Frrparticulars, .s- 'dv,'ru.imemcntt.
IyApplcations to. Mie General Assemblty, for
Acts of Incorporation, or A-smen4ints, printed at
this Office atshort notice.
Nf' N E.\ %F.NG LAND CONSERVATORY 6F
MLr- ii ,1hu:u.n for I'RACTICE, takes place at.
Frai..: rt, tuH,'. T,)-MiORROW EVENING, -1h .
l h |. ,' r i ," c l .l / I 2 3
E-'r. WILBUR'S Astronomical Lecture THIS
EVEN1NG, will. bein the MlVechanics Hall, at a
quarter past 7 'clock. It will .embrace thesbhlmda
i h'.'r .u-i whinh ...late to the Fixed Stars, wifn more
ritij 3,.i ilja,,nirat,:u. \ A.,tr.,nomrnu al Diama'ams. A Lec-
ture on some select ihpiLi in it.- Naitill H iL"r> oC
the Bible, with illuminated likenesses of many ani-
ruals will be used at a quarter before ,;. this e-ening,
at the same Hall, tb last one hour. For leims. Fee
Bills. Fur admittance, pay will be tt-eved at tlle
door. -J25
e 'The Anniversary of the birth-day of THOMAs
PAI-E, will be celebrated on tbe 29th tnst. by fir-
ing guns at 12 o'clock, and ni Suppem at the
Franklin House. All friends are invited to hand in
their names or the Suipper, to David Brown, Oliver
E Taber W:llian> Miller, ThomasPierce, and Sam-
mel G Arnold, of Provrtdence, Uriah Gortn, ol Paw-
tucket, o" to tlie Landlord, as souni as possible, that
proper provision may be made. As an address is
to bl delivered on the occasion, it is request ed that
the gdests will give art early att dance. J25
DIED,
In this city, yesterday, after a severe and protract-
ed illness of about two yeavs, Mr Culltmbus F Stet-
son, in the 23d yearof'his age. Thus has been con-
sitgned to an early grave, one whose loss will be
deeply f'elh aind deplored by a numerous circle of rel-
"atives and friends. May h'is disconsolate and af-
lictid widow not murn a- those without hope but
putring hlr trust in the Redeemer, receive that con-
solation which will enimable her to say, the Lord
hath given, and the Lord hath taken away, blessed
be the name of the Lord!"-Cost. .
The funeral will be solemnised at the residence of
hisdather, Mr James Stetsoui, at the bead of RaI-
dall street, North end, on Wednesday next, at half
past 2 o'clock. M.. Relatives and Iniends are .rc-
spectfdully invited to attend, without a more particu-
lor invitation.
In Willimantic, Conn. on Tuesday, 19th inst. Mrs
nSully R Carpenter; consort of Mr Ona Carpenter,
agedO4 yciars. J25
2d LECTURE ON MUSIC, AND MEETING OF
JUVENILE CLASS.
M/"RE R HANSEN, respectfully invites his pupils,
J-IA.' their parents tundfriends, and such onlher ladies
and gentlemen, as may feel interested in iusic and
musical education, to attend meeting of a juvenile
CIlass THIS EVENING. at 7 o'clock, at Franinan
Hall, where the Class, in addition to an examina-.


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.hl ee t6 Sin y,, 1]"s1t. I the regulars had been sustained,by the mili-
ably, in j remain, S'iryouNrs. rv especiiuly, ti' a, the Indians could not have eacaped-as it
St- 2 JON NICHOLS .o Lv in, was, however, the enemy, lyy extending their
ood thouan jn 29, 18%3,. -w iiJng in B-t.l.n. right andfelt, were ror omitfl.nkiniIg tUie iegulars
trust tmy We extract the following rl.-.euinu'nit fruo6M on, i-this was, prevented hy mie ,fli the cliarges spok-
n me. j of lthe bo,,ks published by M:. Vtillisitia, uuioe .lt len i t'mi our yesterday's paper.
beautiful to lhe Kings oft Franc; a ad' Belgim:- I Djrming thir action which lasted C.re our and
Several distiug'uishedj phyaicimins.oculi.st, &e. filt-en ni.nui.rs, ,ihu yellih, it' tLise a.,,iga's was
Spopiul- ofgreat einunce in all hi-'e-.'s,ivmbs..,n- hon. incessant, and ,.uin.at, l.i upjii l..g: t-n timnies
edge, re. .-.able Ilmirl,an) y (j tlie suc-i'ces of ny reLrrdvi .-3 i heir Ilumlbci or ivilz-lo eit-I inn t lu t iin .peln
he r:sin, Su,:hi is I, L ..tf11.- Phas.:ain uii ItIe Rt al ai ui ild,ed woulJ not Intav b u-.'n s,. i -nr.iltlle -T'he
.pl f.r the Blind at Pari,. and otlier, tvwh.isave regsuln. te cnplled to wicl lthlir oppotu-
me, Al* rtilei- l, .a :ertilicate and I tler ot tl r, s, i f-ir -a y, n and, ltinfe v.ull|pe whe:nnever they sa%' a,
as of .lIe thie c.ar> anid atti-inon that I b-so.md, wd, 'wit l.. i 1mi, the ihnkarlt. Not. i. -t.liert engaged
'u rnimnly' rnuil s,.:.'ria, e .i rthe pliea -trn 'ts hit .ul.plt.-d L, t n i L 'lt l I'ii g ouihij ., I-..l ie' ee iunia r tine lr llv o tiLt-
S snli'ht. h~r,. iu i their rec,:minum -J talimJ anl whom u, ttey Il ag as. tw thie ~.:.1u deti'd) 'Th' mIt iinii.:nr of the
.ieo are 1n hi' rve fre monie4 tihirii s litu b> the i,". nrcarv lo i,.1l i ']i wounded a- noi asern.iined
tlig l.: or ih. reawiedi s. ilhisbiut .atlilkd ruuth ['li krlisd 'oit'ie 'inn-rre d nd hliLs built ,.vii:r
It: it r a l, ,q Io. uO.a .r.,i'.i...t' ia' i... [ii- '('an-'.p .. nt LLint r ri.tt. s,,, that. Ih Ind, nu is .tblaml edi no










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BRMAE INTELLIGENCE. -

POrT OF PROVIDENCE.
*ARRVED S .JVL'B OUR 1LAST,-
r S Sclr Jula-i ia-in Ptkh',i.t. i(-, us. lumber.
1 team Ibom PrLeid-ll. tiltri.N, tewi 5',.K
?" S mi boSL Bun ,r Hi. J J Oomsfock, New York.
S BELOW-A full lieigd uig.
i%1lLED-',hip New.rk, Bennett, New York; brit
S Aiderieru-id, Dati. Si Marks; sloops Hero, New Vork,
& i pnia, do, WiVrtington, N London.
S The brig Banner, Harris, of this port, from Savannah
S for Boston. struck upi n the outer lede ir .-i'tL.hi,- l r.,-. -
[ (with a Vineyard pilot on board) at i o'ciocK on rnidi)
morning. anti bilgedl. A steamtioat was to leave- Boston
on Saturday morning. to to. her int" Cohasset. Cargo,
S 679-bales cotton, 649 hides tnd 20100 leet lumtiber.
S UOld it BriStol. 22i2, brig'Emline, Andros; Matanzas.
At Boston, 22d. bark Burligeion. EVans, Batavia Oct 4;
brigs P',tonic, Hilchcock, St Domingo; Packet, Mansa-
pfila; Baltimore. Charleston. Cld brias Ottoman, Gray,
*. Murge iiio Pll.nalh t JI i 7np "11(.e.Jireilil
.t.l ,\ w %'n rK, :il. t i- .i i in .i [,i- I'trom Havana;
brig Hop- Retrevc-, iraiil, &. lit 'iri," it.w, Biraucoa.-
Cld slo pi Clea-roi i, Baie., arl Metainora, Winslow. for
the's port
Air .'d esnip, trIrig, Grace, Apalachicoli; Mount Zi-
on Swrini.-n. Liveroool vii Bermuda; McLellin, N Or-
leans;'Kentucky,do: bria Annawan, Betbica; Thatcher,
Jacmel; Homer. Bordeaux: Silshbee, St Doming 1; Rapid,.
Ward, Matafnzas 20; Gipsey, Halifax; Aurora, Taylor,
lMetilnoi -. Cneftain. Brownell, Apal:ichienla; aechra
L.jinia, S1I hnn,,;, No-ipareil.-Wilminigron Urchin, ffi
Newbern. El I brig Isabnlla, Corning,-Maranbanm.
CId 2;id, ships Alexander, Notionll, liaren; .-heffi-ld,
Alien. Liverpool; Polanl, Anthony. Havre; Calllihln. 0'-
Ntil, Ciarleston; brigs Souvenir. Weeks, Rio .Janeiro;
Thomias Gener, Waitson, Milatanzis,.
A Bl.-im .ir,. ?t1 brig Arctic, Phillips, Rio Janeiro.
C I in .hi3 -..F,., a ltlh, brig Chapinnii, Th6mpson, for'
Havanai.
SAt Port tAu Princ, 4th inmt. schr LaBruce. Miunro, of
Bristol, fironm New'Y Vork'flr New Orleans inc.
.I "r i.1,Pt;: ;-.thi, brig Wickford Lainiphier, frimn
Ne" Vots, .1'z' :i
Atl I- i I Jitiri,, fJ.,v 21, ships Canada Hit:ks. forMon-
tevideo, next day; Aqietniet. %losier. New York.
At Malanzas', Jan Itt, h*rfgi Canonicus, Higley. iI days
from Newiport, just :irr; Jaciib, Eiddy, for Warrren,'dsclig;
New Columbia, noi-ahani for ti dounc; Win Iteniry, Cole,
of do do; Troy, Darling, for Bri-tol,. do; I'entirion, Spoo-
ner, Inc;-'L I l-l. Ree I nrr in I I ds fri New York; schr
Providence il ,.,-. -I f.n Balh. The rig New Eng-
land, Hunt, fiomr N Orleans, had ar at Havana.
S POK r,.
Jan 20th brig Solon, o Bath, 40 (is from Wilmington,
N C. for tit port, with loss of pnatof her deck load and
bbots, and short of pr--vsitons-Wias supplied with one bbi
fish and some bread, by brl, Gitisey, at New York, "from
Halilax. .
Jan 14th, schr Despateli, hence for Mobile, with decks
swept and bulwarks washed iaway during thle gale.
Jan 9thschr Geti Marion, Wilbour, 7 ds from Norfolk
for this port, with lossol ioat,.bulwarkts, &c.


NEW YORK & BOSTON STEAM BOAT CO.
NEWIV ARRANGEMENT,
-" -l t1I 8SAND FOUN0D. S
1a Tne stein boat PF.STIDENT
-", fCapt R B Coleman, %. II..i-.t l.--..
york and Providence on the follow-
da1'-.-
Pt' ,dcn,: a .: I .X.. =eWo York/ at 3 P. M.
.MiidJf, .i'tnuary 25 h Fbridy January 22
Fri.Jl. 920 I'Wednesday 27
.WVcdn:-, Ja' February 3 IMonday Fbri'fary I1
Monday, 8 'F'I. '.
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\Vc.dlL,.--J "> 7 ,: ...,,ii ,' ", 1'-,
*S-*1-r.d .-. Fr i n I-i.
-Friday,' .r i -\S.-h.., I ,, i
; dIMondav 9
F-on rr.-!thi or passing r -i.' .-- a lit,-r.I -.i Iandi
Puint oi i.., S B .liUMI'Or t,. --..r,,
"*'i -. IN ,,: S ,-jull-i \' it'-r :r


FOR-NEIV YORK--RAIL ROAD LINE,
T.TO MIl0 ROi\) ..1 -r in :'-u.il, i i ... .. .,i... ,,
-. Vt,- P-s--i-er i-lilt i 1Th. n,= ,I ,ri,-"" ott 3 i,,t''hn t.,
F- r- tc .I, iKi R I-i-li ,,-iL ,
Ind ia P,'jni, ,i, i u i .a- is ur j. ih. jI i .'.'Ll..l, i .
T ne P, ,-rl-r.. i H ill .ill 'i--r,,,r lI-', lllr',.Lt.
P 'r.l E i i ii T I. i L L u -,-: a i.J ,6i~ ri ,.
Fir,:.i' l'it lii" I *t ,i ,1 l pIr i.,iti, l',),.:. F ,i t'fil
Iher in rioir ii .,it i. l-, i ,-,o ih,,-,Il i.; .
FOR NE%-% I'ORK
S 1 ia.-n,' h.-,i PRO\-irL'>\CE,
P,:,,rLP.,, ,, :r. I H Li I ,
J i I,. il. t 1 1 ..I.. k I- t- I t i.:il.. n i n i ,i N i--
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c. cub i [ji. ,- r I'" ,I r -,r I l.:.. )h.:," 'ii-,r i [.
'" J i~i_6F, EN No i- S..- i, \ t .. r 4i.
SorJ Sim i rHl-I :nl.- .i ..I,, P...n,
tOtL StiVANN AIlI,
-E' Thel re,,Ilr pi. iki t-t.oi P.A\ -ORA.
,y ,,"'-1illi m ,m''i rnmai-ltt ,',11 ,.*z,,m, -ne i, l.
F ur 1ei rt i-, rt-'; io-: 'ot-it- oi L .'1,3u ii o I
j .', ,"ARL l.i 5 L SURAN. N,:-. ..i S \V',, _-I.
ON SALE.
THE FPR.tKLI.A-110H iSE E.STAT. E.
fS' s \\"11 ,'r lilh,:,.uiI ith, L,:,I i...'-iil,-I i l, 11.1 l-. irtn
l' t iL ln,-, arid i..1-11-liri.3 ],, t ,..ii i:l 6 1 ili,:c1, '' ilts lI,-
bnuilhhng ort.n h ,'11-.
It pircli, _. 1J s- i b 1. r -'.n ', i- iirtl4 i. -.. :i i h.-
H .uU-T,'. 15,,sD S 1 'ln i',]! e 11",,J .,tii-r _i \ c-1',,r il'i ,
noi-t.,. -Th, trinisi .i" roiii .-i ,.i.. n ;t i t i ld il' -
t.le, ,i t[irn -h,) 1 0 ,'- r ius, --.,- J. A flti,.L. ir -J,:---.rip
litjrt .-i h.- H ,ij- 'n-i L.-i..' iill I-, 11 :,-. ,r liu-r.
adi%,rLii,-ricit-I. u'., iriis, appi- at N. .4,.SIllih
%vater eir--Ii -'
TO AiA,-'lINI-a-\'V-u.-,,d hI., hire one bor two
T good workmen at the iron work of machinery,
l[u c,:lnim ,i,]e "*,-'fl.; irrlhdlrtli -1.- in .-,f the.
a6 b h e 1 7c s i i> .,n c ,l h h .A J d l, u d : l Tt l i i
g.'lod ner itltragseniiimI-n ill g ri % i, I, r-ptr inn r t-
INi'HOLA.-G I.POTTER, I.t ni SI.p.|i.. Irt ih,:
AArkwo-tigh bisullsitmnai. -olitti.
C, ot,.iitri JanUl'lti *;':ll !ii r; 'i l"
SST iTEOFRHOiE ISLtANL. ,:
Clitk'si Off',a l.Ii.... Judl.. C',,i 111 1,n .-.:f
B r4i :,l. J e. n t r ir i h.i-i r A I.'.
W T HEREAS, MA-.rv FILNE,'- .:l IV ,ir,;n. -n Ihe,-
S ta',rd l-Jr l c,.ur'v of, Eir, .. I '..)ii L. Ji-hr
F 'juikwr r. .I Fenir in Ilih ,'i -ii ...f X -,. V ..rl.. 1'.5.
lI.dgi nd in ;iiitr.r .:- It? r l: l l,.te i:.rM j o I'or iti,
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elti. J.;,hri i inJ. kn.r, -- I ri: h :. n j ._ j ...I "J ri.": ri.,
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m m it hIl. r- nloJ.
J lt 6l D i3 I \D SD.)ID -.-ii;
-LERI. W .\NTE D-I-T.:., .t 1 i S l .i1- n ,i
DI)' GooJ1 St-..r: Oi.- lihst a-,well ,.-ii'li,-d will
me~l inlth h~her';i .h.,uir...uciii~hi Iir ,.;allhn. 0,1
J' '. E A CO( IK. -2. Atr- -.
HEAVy RUS.SIADI.APER --F.,r -,l1 ji
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FLORIDA -.'OTrON-, :,Ii.. -i. M t I.. t .:.-.
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Majrki-e t,:i. t. IS I,,. a B
E.NLLI I LHl-_IFER ti.kr, HF. r' _:.pet-..r
.LJ qraliry a t i h,,lr;: ',| ..r r. i I I.,,,
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S TO KF S i-a. sin in... l "- ri:.'.ii| i ,...-.i IF -
ll .tifp _e P, k.r l: ?r- .1 E l B l ,.; ,ii C ., l ,;..,
151 do New i E _,lail P-c.,i.. R ril.-t".>r tu li
-I RTIN STODDARD & CO.
-,j'2S-'r Stock Brokers. ,
0,JORI" PRIZES -'OLDATTHlIE'iORONER-
J Diraw'i n mh,.r..,f the Seh., ,I F,-.J Li.. .
.:,f Rl,.d I..Ir.,d, Cll ,i No 220,
;i 41I 1 32 -4 60 42 26 40 71
Cmhilini.. .1i .t ;1 a ,n r.nz- ol600 and do, 5 43
69 ir' i ,iiJh tj r_ ,'ni, u ,1, i.
Sprawn numbers of'the School Fund. Lottery of
Rhode Island, Class No 217.
S.,.57 '37 54 i 50 46 24 13 44
-'im iit,,i.,.n I 1" 5; a rFrizeof 9.. -For more of
the- .s-,.lndij .i. l -,i ,b.,u t i, o be drawn, have the-
Jno s' I? o ir.)p .ii. i.
-t -CARLILE'S E.-E r Fortunate Office,
r '" ,rn6eroftUnion'Building.
RICE-25 liercesof primne-Rice,J ust received per'
i l i] l, C l a f o r : 'a e- h ,, I .o + .
.I"5 I:.F O W TAYLOR& COd
TPLNi. C,.Il iON-.ii boles choice Upland
C- .'l ..n, i .-jr sjl ,t i .
mo -25 RpBINSON, BROWN if.- CO.
PER %[ OI[L-'.t.ui F p ,ll.,i- i Fill iri -j I ,..i- ,I
0-1' Oil -',0ilt),i a.. iVinir-r o 611 dj Jo,. I'nr -*l ,nn fa-
vorl,l.. I r..n. hi ROBIN'SON., BROWVN & (-'0O
B N STOCK l FOR L-:;Ar S ,rc,. i. n ii,"
C. f R rlt, b r .- B [fll( F. Si io.'ki rok.-i,.
325 N'. 'I) M'lrlit -.-Iii rc.
S LIRIIT-. TiRfI-.NTi,'.E-l. ,idin,: totM l.i.:,p
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IV A IS.
TTA TTrtIMMER \ '.." I.li-- -i No 8 Arcadt
LI one or two good H ,.' fr,-,,.i. would find
_i-- \ enmpldw ent j20.
-A CIINI srS W \INTED-0 Fh. i -s,,I Ti,;itr-.
L .I |'Ir.:,,1 ll j,1.i..l r'. I l|-, .] ...:,, ,,,b r i n11r l n h lh .
S.I'i'L I?. ?'i-IHEN': I.: .1., 111'-,.,.r..', .*M ,-.,
'.d.. I I ( -i a i nIi .: i
Al-o a J'ltk Sr...n r It r.,r .. ia ....' I,
Bt NK S 'OCi l-f-- .Ti,) '-rar.. ,n Ln,-,,,
Bank, for whicha-fair rir-:- -II t-,- Oi,, n 1i
:i22 A B DIKE, Stock B;-..,l..r I, M[-rk.: :.i
MACHINISTS WANTED-.Wantrid to hire. 2
good finishers in Iron"Work. Inquire at the
Journal Counting Room. j9 if
W ANTED-At the Printing business, .n APi A ...'-
S tibe, who has had some experience. .At'rlh -i
the Journal Office. -
B OOKKEEPER WANTPED-Wanted, a young
man 18 or 20 years of age, to lake charge of a
set of Books by double Enirv. 'Noni need apply
except such as are edkxpor'n(:e:l and cnn cilnowell
recommended. Addires V Z. 13 x -N.- 9. Post offie.
tAN DISMEI)jTAiP.,VY-l set of s,,trtid
a Ifan I 1aWhceld. Ati i atNou 107 S&>lh
Main ntr.,'et. 5
'7-.'l-l l,., I ",,,,l h I, I ,AI I, ,,,
W teen ears of age to do chores and tisist for a
store,-Onebroughif n)) out of the city would hbe -re-
ferred. Inquire at No I Was'itinglonRow. Ji3
.VXTA-T D- ,I fii n..4 T,.,TIi ..... a
small family for whom .r-.lI wagLs W.ll lie
given. Inquire at No 67 CheS'.3at street. j4
W ANTED-A good womtn i.. _1 ,.,, vtork.-
Liberal wages will ba .: .\, l, at,,
George6 street. i4
AN ITED- .. ........ to takI -.i
dreni in (i ; .],a i l i ......., T o t-- c.i..* 1 .r.)
ducc g tor reco intenda tioits, libel .il i.;. i I i-
giv.-'n. A-tolv at this office. i3a -


FOR NEW ORL.EANS.
:+E i 'I t. rm r .,.r ,,- l.s i l o r p-r d
E.i' LIZ.' f. Ar U \' V 11 (i.,- ir.,'
t, -.cr ... i sail in -a lew diys fsir= New
1 'i i F u r lr i-- ..llt [ f "-i' gi ,i "r iri- ri-, ure vi-ir r
i.. -d-I %pi I I.: C.-ilII.LD. 'I ILL W'OOL S1
I\aii.r ir,.- i. i1.i i~ r lc -.o.-iac [-eiell. I ire a.-rui .
h .,dj j ,)I.. l f Irr l 0.pilj [u
it 1 .S tA I! \P\OI:D.
F YOR IE W ORLEAI-S.
a i Ti.e new copper las-tened br .i DIAMOND.
Chuie, master, has part of htr a.,. el-
,,iaggi and waill sail in a few days. Freiglht
or passage taken at usual rates. Al.ply to the Capt
on hoaIrdor 'VM R. BOWERS & CQ. "Jl6
S "FOR SA..VANNAH.
The-bark FlAZAI-I), U Jacks.in, is i.-.-
--eadv to receive freight, atnid will have iimtte-
;a., ii^piltl For freighitI or passage, apply oti
board at PuFox Point wharf,; or to -
j J23 JA & P RF1ODEq.
FOR WILMINGTON, N. C.
S bi. g The brig PHEBE. Rider, master, will
''.i .. ft ii ,.- .i--. u, ntioncd pur as ootn a.
ul.i i, -r -i.i-ri. I.Jr freight or pas.sa:.-
; ,t lt t i 1 1 1 I ., III % i .- Ir Ir -
ji) W I R B-.ti'VR-: & CO.
FOR NOR FPOLK.
.e-& Thlie schr ARENZA-MENDI, will sail
^#-tin all ih s wc-ek. For freight or passage.
., pply on board ,r to the subscriber, at No I
West Water st. ISAIA1 VWHEI.DEN.
CORNand OitATS. for saIlef in lots 10 l uit piu'r-
chas rs, landimug as ibovc. I jil9
FOR NORFOLK, VA.
,. r T .'"' r, 'n :,a.'-k,-i big JUNO, J WIl-
--'"'.. .ri,-,-r, '- l I i.,, despatch. For
.-s ii', .. r.,-'ige, ha1iihU gooJ accommo-
dihi-,, i.,, i ..- apply on hoard or to
T i S B JOSLIN. No 8_Uniiio tuiiliiigs.

FUR NORFOLK.
I-- Tl,: l. i, (_ .I,- ( 'iL L i|t D .,,,- ,
(; will ji i..r i N.,rfitlk, by the last of tl.b
Ak mssweek. Forfreighl or passagd apply to


I ATWANTED. I- .It. I tI'i IBHX UON, .1I Soutih ivaerst.
A S.luation in a'Coioun i IiU to Oversee Carding, FOR BA.LTIMORE.-First vessel. "
Spinning or Weaving, byv.a niman'that has had a Te scotoner; SA.tIUJ.iL SL.. TEl?,
number of years experience iu the-.businuss. Good ui Capt Clhapman, will sad as above, and:takc.
recitmmenddations from Ithet place where he tnnw freight at 4 ceanis per foot.. Apply ou board
.works, i required. A line sent toWoonseckct Fals or to SETH ADAMS, Jr.
to J AM R, wi.l be attended tn sS-M-if D.NIEL RHODiES, or
A i lI.i.t ril, IVAIS i L- I .... i..., ...- 523 WILLARDI JOSLIN
b ,in ,,- i & d ii n r.-,, l,' I ,.i ,l : i2... l,,,u..II .-, .l .,I,- i T 1 1-, .. ...r J- *:*-"" '" i l r H i .1 .

t t. T Ir, r o f th t ti'P N .ii ut- I X. F1 !I,, ,i i-, .- 1 F i ,
^ ----- ---------- --- -- --- 11 f 'll I'll I Il p j |l ; (1 i n -l II ll i I I I. p l l^

M 11. l .norfi'I' i l for lat n inreath t by 5oir ioa a. b e..,l.. u .,I -. tl l.e-. ad hulti.h.y .ai I-
erl Ci T er t o-go ll le ofr the ',:. a nr ,,i ,-t',:, 1ofihlltheire lfi-amoi i%%ill ,-,-f .1-, irt,,, flee ti,
,I j ;.,.:,.1 ) ,..j ,\A ") 1 ,1 o1 ,,h I I :a'-id IrF~i a ~,,- i C,.1 h "e I bIT "I il ~ ~ n iI.J h
+ba ln ir 1 f1J: .01,1,1. il i, l'li, 1 I: oil, i on
Cratns-...h i, .r t I Vl J HARRIS. Ti ckets inall licehsd Loter'es,- fior l .aL L theri
d3 N. if i h ,' V-i, r -r -r I., he cka on t "
S ITU k i %\ .0 TC L,- B C.1 i 1 '.i ,- .



X ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ b7SNTiL -S;itaisic-. td, wim I Ot ~l' i-I I e4 do '1ra 12.0toat00 n
acqtaintd with Trade and 'Business generally *, an b e:. aeuebrod, ir)ill re eive f-m4diate aalten.
v h -. understands Bool Keeping either by single or t d b executed wih Ie sae fid..liy and
double. Enlry-a siuationB as ..,n_,r ,,-i gen- spatch as on per so:nil ,.-i,... i.. ,, rited list.
eral Clerk.togo to one of the -, .uthi r ,:,i e- or ofDrawings forward i., i...i i.,,.lJ, to, fre' i
would connect.himself Witha -person acquainted poi stage.i t i ,
with business, at the So.uth.rd SatifSactory, romfer- the price' ofTickets in the School Fund Lotteries
ences given and required.. A line addtressid to DOE. nY .Cna i',l ,t.-, '-_,e,, ul, ir o i .tr .ppl :
W oonsocket F calls, i ,I ..,:,-I .I ,,, i,,.:d ,- c i i.,utn o Oqbs lf li t \DI k$i v -H,. o lr. at p;k t .So, Mr
i "- 5 1.t .r r2-ittn U.I it L '--maI, 2- So d., 5:i000
Ii -A ...t r lef 0, fe e ti D V a 4 do .1,)tti o no
,Itii r,, j,. .. ,, ..i .. -. a ...I I ri .I .. t.... r, F l,, \I\t : V4 do do t0 0HO
tLpll,-,- l il.: :.,,i,._" ..r,,,: <. -. S O ,- \ I IT .iK! .'a to- 10 do .. do 2o0,.0 >)
ROBINSON- BROWN & CO. ".., TH,-,T i %.S L)OYLF,, Providence, RI .
12th mo 31 No 20 South Water''sl; -1r- .... ... .1, x.e. .
? J -l]I.1'.l. "-- File -;oh!,i -ih.I. IS prepsl-ed to exdecu e
I '.' W AN TED. o r.'" L'rJi in J',, ,1. .:,:,.,n of 'Forging fir M a'
T the Hop- Pactory in Scituate,' two or three c',,'r ,, ... i, I .., ii.,ei/."' ii the shortest notice.-
_tA"families, within Carding and Spinning room help. For [he qualify of his work he would refer,to Thom-
Aled, a'Machinist-at Forging,and Finishing. Con-" as Hill, ait Steam Mill,',Providence. Apply ti.I,
.5rn] .:]ri.l.: r -I.1,1 t.- :.r, Ir.-.:,.io- i.:. be subscriber at M anville, or at Jenkins & M r,'--
'*, 11 .f ).I. t .o A.. ... 1:l| ( 1 LL' ITT *I n 1..II.- rm._ 23 Soudhi W iter street. Providence,
':" ,i,, '. h..i,- hII., 'left will[m eet prompt attention.


JUSTICES' BLANKS,
FOP -.'..LE f THE JOUR.'.'Il. 11 IFICE.
P",iLI, Lr.-T"LiRES-rh l[h..,,i,: Ili3ntJ His-
S I,.,,,,'it ,:I, : ',ju,'-,o -A ii ir,;_ ,.-,iii iti n w eek
S. i> i ..- iVl,.i 15 1 1,,.i l ]i|. mril,.: l i noti
* ti-s-I untul i:. ip]ti ',%Jt lI- ill ,','r.0;ii.,l u [ i' s thai
,j t, t lrc 'ind it is eKpected liii I.: fohiowin.,
- -.. i.-,., Ii l takepart therein, ,i'. H.i,- Francis
Baithr-. Io ,.. Ti..'t-,li, h~i-. Jifl'-, p;iti,n, D i
i I ,lS --, Pti r .1 .li R, C iv iiplh ,..,,, nt
ia .J ,edctie, anid Albert G ir-.... aid S. ,,.
'" A ii-Il Esqrs,
Tickets f r the remainder of the Course, .1 each
,--- -.: r.r -Cit--I rn the Bookstores ofl E Brown
No:, in- ii,.i, -i,, ,:, B Cranston f. Co. No I Mar
k.:i ij.J i" SII r...i.'s, corner .of Market square
I- I.",.:.ri l 1 ,.- I -, i -- li-.I at CC-.- : t' t. r's, North
a i J .:. --, L I. I'-, S ,ii .,1 .,, and the
Nc, .P n ... TH-IOmIAS H WEBB, Se,'ry.

M ,.,i,:i p ,i .t":,, i.- i l i'.- ,i,, I.., Prti. ,ij,:n.,--
January 19th, 1836. -
r, E .-rT :; OF ELtZASBETH A LIPPITT, and NAeCV W
\ LIPPITT, Minors.
WXVILLIAM PABODIE, Guardian oF the persons
S-i.J. miatesof Elizabeth A Lippitt and Nince
SV Li,.pni. ,,minors, presents his several accounts wilh
I I,," t,ti .-; ar hissaid wards, for allowance: and the
.' nii .ar.- '.:'r',ll,, -,i' .mld, received and referred to the
I eu1-1. d, ; ) -dL -if 1, -,', \ *il r ln-: *':l, t.k. A t.i
I tui I:,, 11 I.i,:rril o0 -1 ; i ,J ,tl i_ ,,I, 1,-i.;I .. t h l |i,,;h.l l~Ll.! : l =
i.i bi fi-j bl,-r h.iJ I ci,: inn' ii t i,.in-- Pr.,i'J-n e I .,julj

I l iuricifp Il C..u, i ..,f i I. '" i il Pi., ..ri,.n c -
JA l liri R.Ri h I." t i6
ESTATE O ISAA O -nODGES.
F h n'V'"" i-IOl.";E S. A.J.. i-ir, i r, ..,1 Iz-f" h ; ,iI
F i ,-a ,i. ) Hod-I .-. 1 t,t of Piil.n.'.-. ,Ic. ,,;,d
u- 1: h- r it-.,'uii 'ith E; d i jd l- r |I.. n.:.i
u-id i t i itiu ius ri a-i., r. -. iell ;r.1 li:l'e.di i htt I.,
". -, 'it l.t 1 F' b P.ti i llr n i, at ne u'.,i.t An M.
nt-:,r ;..,i-;.iJ r ,,-i rj i it im -rl: .:. 1 3i ri,., i,.ir
"hcrl -,:l teputbtl.Shm-ti i ntihr.- ltiri,.--: -i Li.- Piui lJ-i-i.,
.|)JurJiil. .A IG I]REEINC, CIlk. 1.-J
Municip.aiICourt-of the Cityof Providence,
a. auary 19tlh, 1836.
S ESTATE OF RUTH BRowI..
T HO 5 JHiLL, Executor of the last Will aed
T.r-i:,re -nt:,R"th Brown,.late of Provider,-:.
d,:: i-v.J, pr,:.r.-, his account with the estateof saii
,1,.a,:-,:I F- ll..,.i dance ; and the same is read, re-
,:, ,- ii J ,..:.., .,j to the seco.,i l J. ...-F F-bruarv
in:Xi, -,i nine o'cilockt,:A for t,,-iol' i.--, ; and it
I -.,rd I:r ibat notice *h.: ,..u-,f puo lit -l.:- three
int ,- ith. Providence .l.,urri ii
i2a, I i:; E'. rF 5'E r_1. rn
1-- mincipal Court of the City of Providence,
January 19l1h, 1836. .
ESTATE OF JOHNI ANoELL...
T'HE Cominissionerl]. h:i--.-fo,'e appointed to re-
ceive, examine rJ .1i.:.., ithe claims of the
creditors on the estate of John Angell, late of Pro
evidence, I .. -.- jtI i..; ti ieir R.-u, i; and Daniel
Angel, id.'t, -i a, .r .a r -o i.J til.- prrepnl' h i?
account % iiIi z j i .ai sl ,t t' i. il.:,- n .. ilJi hiti t.
are sevei hill 3d, r1 ,. e3I.J iv.j r. i.l re toJ i,. e o... :
,.a,'-f,, ..P ,l,,u -mu ri.i -. nta..-'o', .,.i;, 1 it i--. r,'. r
-I'JcIaII"U til it ,_,-I r--I ih ma,,.n iii- ti i t, i, O. .' e
phibl], l.:.1 Ihf,.... [iljl,\, .n' Ili," P,,.'.M d, n,. .Iln'iii iil.
j25 -R :; [uI -i'i-\ E Cl.rik.
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PIANO FORTES-Juu. rt" ;-ij -it THUR-
SBER'SPia .. F...P-. .i-ti- M- 's.ire. 33 and
35 Westminster siei. l.\ Fplcil.JJ Ptaj.) Forles of
various prices, for sale as low as can be I tri .:d
at thle manufactory.. -,
TRE.'NCHJSILL.-C LEF.L \Nll, .i- I ima ,i
F .Giri d ', iii' i.,- a, i: r..- ie .,. i ,l -
oirri n? -li.i t r.: i -i- in .:r ,.,,`4 ri,,r i-, -i-i. L-bi,
i -im s aIl., 11i : [.,i e I -m L.l,:; i ,har- It S il, S l ut. rl h
at 2b Arutaice. Ja

ORN-2500 bushels prirm whife Maryland Corn,
now landing from brig Vil,- .i-Ind f..r ,ill. by
,J25- WILL itRD .- fLiN._.
.ATS-3lil' bu in:la prime tN.-il-ii Uats, n..%w,
landing from brig Junio ind for sale hv
.J'2- ~ [[I.i...Ari- .i,'t.) LiN.
C OA~.L -\ir-S i -n? m u .--d, l'i-r-i iiili't m1,.-, i 1iiis thue
-article, urusualiy clear of slate and dirt, fobr sale
by- WILL. i\RD JOLiN.
BUCK---IIE-iT F[L.i-iivit- t hialf Itl L3u,:ck
BUCK'W '~"^ --: 't al l.-iB.
Wheat r',:.ur. lut -ole I,,'
J .26 [, C ,:r i i.\r lt-'aih i. 2:* i ', ,- r i ,
ITOTICEis hereby '-ii ii il. 'ic..jkholders in
S theProvi'dence'C -,it, HI'Eli I1i, iheniarillual
meeting take place at their tpliik Rooim.it
Smithfield, on Monday the firs, .idi uf F..billir,
next, at 2.o'lock, P M for the 1-,rpt:.... ...',-l.i.:-.,,..
Directors, and to "I a,,i..t suen, 1'im.r l.u"i.]..i *a-
may come before ri. ni.
Dri. JEN'"IKC' C'im'i-.r
'rr,,,tit ni II .t ararat- : ,, i'. i ,
B IPORTA NT TO TI .LA DI ES.
-oi ,.\ A Ii[[[I I-,, i, ,,, i i-m ,j ,iv
S .nt ii m~l r .: i ti,t-, ,, ti,| L ],,,, ,, i ,i N [3 -a .
'u i 61 ii' O r l i i, E L III ii i' l
o* ,l un n. \ 10 a I 1 .. f '"1 ,hn .. ,;,,, ,,4 i l ,
miap, Ptan in,,io-, L...,tin- It..-.r ii,' ,, nd .wuim-
i -i,-, N .114, A. lir B ,Js tT'l.ll, ,;, & '. ll ,, [he
,lbt. '' iij i ; i rl n. i ,-, lic "i ii i i i r
i,,,i.i R.uihh r Sid--. Ri.-i, A ,i .' ..ir nii-nlik
manner. C silt rd ,i- -.-Id I-al, I R ,tb, ,. .l'.$


i1 Ml1it !" ,RAtMU' C1i4a U tILiL
MUNROE & GIBSON,
C OMISSION MERt3HANTS and Agents for
the sale ofAimerican Manuractut-es, No 70 Pine-
street, New York, ..
S RefAer to-. .
Messrs SAM'L SsLATEn,& SONS. ? Pro ,ideic
MBATTRIEW WATSON, Esq. u(idece.
n2u 3miin IaTFis
M All% i CRV: I. i Y-FOR ,-6" L E -11,,... b -..r, L,.-,-
li'i l. f.-i !:'ilJ a their r l rvii im Fall R...r. ihr,.
new Spo niniri .. Fi n 1,, ui(..-.r. [li d .,i,. dpir l J-.,t n.
ciple, with tin cylindei-rs. Ta" of them contain ,3,
spindle rnta,:li. 'id I'. oih r bi. S i.J Fi:ini:.s are
Weil it. 3r al dJ ill ,e- .',ld I.','.,
ERAVTON SL,\DE& (C. 1
PFall R.,ui-r. t hnl rit, -'illi j'- ,-i,|i ii
-TI rt-T ..i-,,: .. | i i li r- ni ol
I' l~-iiL fl il~i-.'' i I ti.,l i I~llj l.ll -d. i, ,,||.. II n I|
.Philadelphia,, -' CO%1MI .1hSS N MIE"IhH iN T Iu,
i;.t a I, ,, nr,,an C at', .h n an- l, V ,.i :n Nlh t[.r,,
I ,. ,-,l .:, 'I h ,; .: l, l,' l f,,. h r | ] 1 1 i,| .. |u
s.agUlnents. WlSH It\' f[O.5 llLiS'S,.
"Refer to- .
CHARLES POTTER, p
-Tr1--,. l"& i lO .: "E Pro 'ld -nep. -
I iC- n. F'on :; .: C,,. Phil.ahlrphin. .ll'iI mlj
n- Cr. LLOIYD B. BRa.ti'roN.
H.A\VltI- m irm,.,dc J r- tii C,13, wid tlk,:-n ihe:
.LJchanmiers of the house. occupied by Mrs John
WhinpIa, No 200 North Main street, opposite the
CanalmMar( t, offers his professional services to10 'hs
friendsanld the public.-.
HIe has also taken an office No 197 North Main'st
where at all times i mny be found a general assort
meant of Drugs and Medicines of the best qualily,put
up in the mostcareful mannerat the shores notice
i26 misif .
NO. 9 CHE PSIIE.


FARM FOLt SALE.


l Tie ,.,ue upilivid-- bhalfpart of a Farm lare
I ,ll. '. i, sit-nd of Toninas'Tillinghast. .Esq.
,.Ini,.d in i lat part of East Oreenwich, ca led
'ro,-cl-turii,. TI't- a tile' Fairm contains about one
lhnd.fd "i-I fili' a r, -, (landi i is believed the whole.
,m1lt bie h.,in.l[ i S.lid farm is wel! proportioned
It U i II,., r i.i -,ndJ tidal.- inn i w e l l ,.,.iplir.
il ., 3 i |'u .i,,rit i. *land n it .%,i- l i i a ,-,-,J b r-
.ain to lII p' ur li .- r--i'ill, i .i'ii iiadle -to accoin-
nrhfatiir. F.,r -riili .rili. nt 1lir-. 3 ,ih Jo; J TIL-
LicI,- r t .t ,- ,1 i.-icr,t i l i, ..r ill.' 'iho rtiter at
Smithfileld Limnie Rock. 1 G HARRJs.
nl MT.if ,
FOR SALE.
pt A dwelling Housie aid L,,tr siluated on
ith.- e-is:erly sidle ofTiyiver street., nearly op-
positih ie r.sidnr-te of the late Capt Green-
n:nh. Terms liberal. Foir further inlormation, in-
"luireof + ROBINiON, IBROWN & CO. i23
'TAVERN, STORE" AND Mi INERAL.
SsPa.lXG. .
* .t-J S F'0.L S LE-a-TItI, l'-r.:e a,-..J ....-...odi-
j otis l'Itulse in D)ilttlas i-..i i. l, 1%-.-l!.1d :he
PALI DnUDLEVY STAND." h.g'. [lih:r 1i. lil the
.jiilnles, Granary, and Slivis connected therewith,
all in gatd and -erfect r pair-togethter with a few
:ipre-. ot ex,-elintt Lind, in the highest slate of"cul-
ivatioun. This Tavern is situated in "Douglas Cei.-
trc," and Is 4:3 mieus disiant Irom Boston, on tlihe
r0nlrpike leading fIrom i Ioston to Hartford, nnd at
Theojh.ii-tio o!'3 olih-r great Stage Roads, Inadina
irnii Ox0. rd, oinld to Snnhlibtidge and Prinviden'ee,
rtrotn which last cit1y il is a2t milrs distant. Five
-urnpikes ntnd county roads here aieet, besides sev-
-'ral ti n roads. Fonv rurds distant, is a Alitncral
.'tprigr, ifl'e.:l'brated i'ndi;:nal efficacyy and t nual,
1 not supet-rior lO any other in N England, theresort
,finvalids from Providenlce and various other cities-
ind lowiiv n8,
Also-a new STORE, a fev rods distntit,
T. nriti a-.illa,.. Apply to WILLARD DUD
L'i-\, ,.otr .,i ,ii,, pretrtsre. or to GRIFFIN
CIA RiK, in lht iinm-il ai n ihhtirhooud, or to
Wi.ILLA.MKENRICK .,I N %-..i
Douritlns. Ae IS3. V35 sl'- tTrif


F POR SALE A5 qIbai I- I pan otilie Gra
In. Bi.iii-, :orr-.. i :t .North in st!-,e
..],-'.,il l IarkIt .iic. .\ ,t uon Benhelt's
H-ii. I trrr a.Lomninm'ri'ailng. -Apply to -
D. BTSH,-
n17 dtf f'ri.,r .,l ,:.,.IV]i Main and Cilliev'em.
TO LET.
lN'i Slore N.'Pi C'arnal itrset. 2n foet frnnt hib
.f60 in t[ e a- ,, ,,ti i C it ,- -
cupied by. Seth Howard. lIb, .Ib'-i ihi in jIt .-,,r
recently occupied as a Livery Stable. Apply to
90 Ma:f J B DORRANCE.


and Lot
uin hhe fri
27 back,
ought rep
ly for the
lent ord-
nmeasuri-n
within te
ing to pu
airline fo
fco of ih
d3 if


-ji for
1 ,t )lf a tti
Wass.,ne
al'out fifl
bing lousf
thereon
',lhanic.
Terimis ol
Deed giv,
d19' -



Loom- fo


REAL ESrLATE PFOR SAI Ii e sLal.
A 'Lor- n Lts on iFountai, sire t, 40 i feeit each. uppit of,
,. '1. ,.it.ui,,-- hack 1i0 f.i ... I'he corner luil aconven.er
I.;. 1 H Il use li It- i, i ..1--i nlanterials, t- ,.Said pro
feet Iront.hy 50 i feel. Also three, lots on Foiinltin purposes,
-treet, west of the above 'deserib d, nie.,isuriing 112 lesirable
-feet Ihv 10i.) feet.' Out lot nit Sahin street, 54 feel 1i5 j, L
front by 60 feel; A plat of all the above described 'ind dil I
slata tray be exalnitiined by calling ot the und:r made SOo
i.nd -' "i t i teh p.rope.
i,.-,) 29,40ths of a Lit and' Hoiuse on Edldy's J18
i,.inl, rknuit Iu lii t,,',, ,f ithe Eben Siommons'
,-. -.n t,-., L..i, ,led between Pawtuxet .! -
. -d ai_-'i,, 'it -.:i,, ,',i ,:1 Pearl'sirte.t, If notl iri' "
.ps,..J o -lie, [h,.rIr' 3 h tilt .f J i ir, r, i l,% pri- I.I 'lUO r
VUhF ;.Jl. .n ,il ,An hl,, .1 L, "\ -0,IJ e, ii ruh .1i A iou. ,il r,, -,r i
o O F .\.',n \ I'I S.'.'t., the health
d29 MT.9 A .\En.,. .A I 'zVan.-lii P..... England,a
-- uJ., r- t mIt
.. TO LET.. '
I-a.1 .\ i'rntil l-ioniseoi Edly'sP N int, situated p,.. "- i
n -"-- n'i ...drh Coiven.ent streets, and pos- hr w
S, H.',.:.i .,,.:nt immediately to a suitable ten- tto Bi
,,..J m.,,. i.r r,. t. Also, I Pew in the Ches- l- tf
nIt sti Cirt-.E.:h ii ,If do, pleasantly situated. Ap- -
*!y 1.) LEVI L WEBSTER. j21 tGtYT&F
rENEME.N- ro6 LEr.7 .

Si. ind t l ',r1 :m n % i,,, i ,r -i I, r. n, -

1.. .I itu j t tmrtd ii. 1 ,- n ... p... ._ rp- o, ,ent
n, li i> .' E- l: ', i t til\ fi i.i|\- _. .lun-. ofth e b .-i
S ., near tlhe preoiises." two story
Who has 9phan ad, EI aIl "i, m J-.... .i..t-i..- Frc ides, whoulubei
Window Fraum-s anc -s u .lt .- ii. ... t,-: best of1 .I h,
lumber, and will be sold upon as good ternms as caln ku
hI,'l. -71 i in m li.- 1: h -i n. f ll 1
FOIl SALE. Y'.,ihi-.:
A. A Ftin in Cranston, containing two ', ,1,:
[- @. li,.1101t7 .riJ :tV acres-ltis the farmi thai t 'o ,
I f.i ,,.. r h ..i...d toCo'oinrl, EzekielSearle io 'I'I' ,f '
"'nIJ omillJed torhivt it :n the.road from old ar- i
V..k i, ith, O...l i ,J-1i..' road front Coventry to cannnitt ,
-Proyidence runs through nearly, in tile centre, and' aio' i'
the East side is oil t!ro turupkc- froln'Gtrioto Ar- "- nL -.
.. .ii n ; --ii I P,. wi e .:
nm-l..-h p~t~,n'' ~ h .,l l' l,~ thu ls taette
iI l h ,. 11 i.. rli- i ,,i i r,,,i -. 1 f,,it e ,i I io "
S .'n 'j|il t'.' r~il -, '-.i i'.l: i -.11.i s i 1 1 i I, f ,. u i:. i 1 1r :nIs. ,, ,o
I.,..r fu, ill-r p~ai Il,.hi l :i --ii.-i,,,il, .,l' I Ili:' ,, lt.[ ,',rl nil P oo1'ref
i-,r,'i-nii.:%. 'l I-li,.'_-M.[.,.- UI ,L,- ,N' L lir' .; V
C r n.-iln. R I. I:,rI, .1.1. ir ':, n, r.i 'if 0 .y
i TrES & i M'J,-rYRE's LOTTERIES. 1--- i
GR.I NI) -CON. LO'ITTERY, CIa-s 3 for t1836 I- _--,
1I O idIrawn' at Wilmington. Del. Jail' 20 h I '
Capitals-82000, o 0000, 3,0)0, 3000, 1.336. t10 l -tin rl_- ,I
000, 10 of 500, 10 lof'300 15 of '200, 76 f too00, 5of 50 The 1acl
1 of30' i &c. .Pickes.ts ,$5, shnres in pro-'ortiot. : machinery
VIRGIF iA ;STA''I MONONGAHLRLA Ca;rding i
S, ~O'i'TE',? Y, Class 2 for 1836., of IOspn
STobe dawn at AlexaIndri n',Va. Jsnuiary.23i. aetts of stc
Capitals S-25,000, 70010, 4000, 2500, 2000, 1486,, 25 of in Ihe niai
1000, O0.of300, to10- .f I :i.., ,I" 'i, ... I' '.i & c- In l'iu D
T tickets r i-,il t, .: ,, pr. i,,,ru ,i., ,,i i1 ', i i
MAR \L.i.\ rF P'.lI TE L'j "T'i'.i '-P .nss ih 1prei
T.i ble hr. -.n ill i mi.,lrr .ii, n .'.i, itaglH-ouse
(-,' ,,, ]i- ,.i2ili'i-i'i. in-lni i,.'i, -i.i, in' u,, it, l ii 10 of T u iiring
Vluti 1-> i' ", ,, ?i.i n ,1 ; ", i. 30 of 150, 200 of I 00, 'fc. ater7 Pt
Tickl"ete ', .-.n i iin proportion. -hee prl
VIRGiVNIA PETERSBURIG LOTTERY ,' I, i,
C.. ass Nio 3. for IS3i, .rder.1 Th
To b drawn at Al:xandria, Va..Tailn 30. l and irni(
Capital $S5,n00, 8.00, 3,500, 2322, t uf02000,- 20 of
500, 20 of 400, 210 of'200, 35 of 150, 56 o1(10, 5, of SO, ,Hartford
1 ofuO, 563i t"f50, 11' if40. f-c.
Ticketsan the above'Lntiertes for sale ntl the' MAN-
AGERS OFFICE, No-14 Granite Buildings, [upt a
stairs-.]
s '"_Ordcrs per inail will meelt will prompt atteni- "
tion t t-i ir, j C'L- i .li .,'til '.Co, sutcessors uI-s lUgi '--
to Y.%. A. t [ ,,1. ',,., .., R..I I. JI6 tenemienls
: pnd Cottoi


REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
The subscriber wishing to make an al-
teration in his business, offers for sale, for
.cash or approved credit in part, his House
in Charles street. The Lof inensurcs 42 ftl
ont by 80 back. The House 33 feet frorn-t by
is too stories hiigh, has'andergone a thor-
air withintwo years, and fitted utip express-
subscriber's own use, and is now in excel-
er. There is a Wood-house in the yard.
1g 26 feet by 12, and a good well of wa'cr
n feet of the i ..i. ,,...i, Any person wish.
rchase, will :.-. I.-.: ,: it i the house and ex-
r themselves, or on the subscriber at the of-
e Daily Journal,
GEO "H HOPKINS.
SMALL FARM -FOR SALE.
rhe Farm now occupied by -Josph Despnr,
Tnerlv.owned by Stephen Sweet, withlbin
le of the middle of the town of Milford.
ar the Parker factory, so I I, e ,'iii, .-
een acres of good hind, ..,,i .,;.', |
5, shoe malt rs shop, and a go ,d buarn
standing, a desirable siititu t or la-'me
Possession g yen the lirst of April next.-
I payment made cn-., andt a .wnrrantee
en. JACOB T SEAGRAVE & CO.

)N MASUFA.CTORY. FOR SALE.
A .M ,,I i.. .', F., ,L.I,. .,,... i i h.
tate ..l I. %,:, ,. i ., l*,ilin_',, i .ir,
r 3-4 ,.,i :, i .,.II ,-, .. r rn r,-,- ,a ,, 1.
mr e, r-1 1. i r... ,, lh iir r,, il .1 L :. ,-;* -,.
Io1 'ut j l,.'li lh' i,," hi.:^.II',,'j- i" ;IIL ,i lif .,-
Tenement- ,, ,- 1. i,, lr.,--- a large and
It Store, Oil ..i -,i i, -.'s of land.-
perry s .i I. ', ( f..r ,- anufacituritu
on anevitr failing. stream,, andl is a-vern
estate, i-in-i pnwii-r ,.r'ficientL to lppipra
- -i%. 01' i1It.: 0, _.l&"i .i- i. l-i -.i.l
n. For a more particularr descriptions of
rty a,-Ji i i ,1 ..,, A B DIKE,
N' I Ill M .I. r i qnuarir ; Pr)vilTi,6o. _
FOR. SALE OR TO LEET.
,I ,., ~ .I a n d .
-1 .1i, [i.. r l '. and store.
n -,, iiu .,i,.J i .,. i. ii .i v i n one of
ti i, i ,.] i 1.- ,li-- ul ,I a, ,, in stiNe .
and its locations for trade is one of tifhe mosi
in i h. Si ,,. a it issituated in ithe ctintr-
" 'i I i,:, ..ir2 ma:utlacturing uIistriUt.-
r i.1 I- ._.Iu :a- n be had unn ltediately, to-
th a small stock of goods. Vor terms, ap-
RON WHPErTON, on tue prent*ises, or
GEORGE CADY, of Poinfret. .
FARM FOR SALE.
Ti, : uiL'.itribero'oters t'ot s:ile. a Farniin
'til t u. '-jrnn. three and a fi'lf iuttcs fnuti"
..- ,I -. H-ouse, on .the Norwich an(l
'.,,,ijI-...- atnd is tihe nexI Fari n 'nortil
I ,.. i l.- ..f ile late G c i It ] i l-ulllin .
n .. i.n 1 'j.irOut 160 or 1; ,, r. -; f ex
[ i"-'iti I *, r "ilr i -tn-r-iT' "t h 'an orchai-d
- i".I i ti I, t-ii tt i i 'l I I..: -', a large
house, barn and'. oilier out houses; tht
ag well watered and wooded and enclos-
i ,- .._l' *, l l, .. l.= J d -*l ; 1|.' ,: | l [l I" '1 > '
Sri.:r ,o .. l ,-,J TI .: .-... i
nih l, si'irl. a r', uf-i-r-,. it Ih- r. -,,.'


1I iln r n r ,.,f i r I ow. rT to- n .or
hii i iri -11-i -i,. n i,-t idhnce. Such
,h i .., ,,. il,-:e l i. '. ill desired infor-
,. I ,, I h : -i, .-. :, i .' the rei ses,
, ,,1,,h ,,u ,i I,-: I. to ,,. 1, The. title- o
is unquestioned. .
WILLARD HIU'L.._ ,
, Conn.-Dec 28, 1835.


OOLLEN MILL FOllR SAIE,,
-S i Tic. i nr, S.1 i.n ,fI Conm tictit, on
-,: .h 'in ii, Puicnr-. i;,bout equi-distain
i ..,'in l, i .-. If[ i Iii-* i d u an il H undson-
i .- ,:, ii Iit t, I .-.. I fiI, wvihi a fu!l
attn..r l..r i'.. ir I ..., ,.- '
ti ry'lS 70 by 34 feet, 3 storiSi's high.. Thi
Consists iii part of 3 double aitd I sina'i
ichlines,'one roller Jack of 0ti0 Ind one
idles, I Picker, 7 iroaid power Iouutms, 2
ocks, together with every aItile waritcd
ilfacure of line cloth s. .
ae House are twao large blue Vals, will
itret8, I copper Keitlt o!'3li0 gallnuis.
raises contain six acres ol Land, 4 dwell
s-, one Store and Carpenter's shop withll
Latlie and a Birrin, and three alvauabl
i-vilee.cs utocctup/ed.
perly is locateId ;lt a wool growing region
ia Li.i;',, wo-jd aid provisions hri
ii, i,.i I: nIiow in operation and in goot
ih,- stock will be solid at a lair valuation
diate possession given. Inclire of
SNV G-UODRID,E.
I,-281h Decembter, 1835 .j 6vwd
FOR SALE..
A.4 C,,tton M'tni] u irni' EstablisUhmten
-.. ,i in -.,ii C oi;, (onn. Tii
i.1.l,', is 80 (let onlg by 30 \wide, t%-o sto,
-t .. J :iii,, I 'i ,'. 'i contttihiiag euvenr
- -i t -1n ,,,l. .I ,.d conv ienint Siore
m1 Ho s--' i Bar;- n al, ndotlheo i.,,a i,,


(ID I ll,11N v.NTIf -iIla -c-) n_- 1v tinoha d L 'u.[nR r v... ..... ...... ................ ... ........
jr. Iin j "I, N c-nu,,i t.n rnd L CLA 'S all-i n good repair and mostly now-%% ith b ti.ween
ii ,-*p.rnr, tiad rii,,i.-ljuti I-'r.nch andi En:itr, LIST OF LO I rERIES two and three acres of land. 4ji aliteudhuct convey
an tluebla,1 ,lig iarind d',tink bluo,, Ii-%tiii.It drk.,- TO BE DRAFi.V SOON. ng, water to each tenement, from a never fai.it
b 0 tl, srb-1 ..., .n; ..1 mJlivii. [-itli;r. DELAWARE STATELOT'ER., class 4 Spring.- Said laciory ison an excellent stream
L.,r r,.i aJ l,]iT.:, It a-. r- nti -rnd- .iwrav, t. To be dravwi Juan 281h- drawing, r n., i :,I 301i. "witl ,..:. ..- .inij buildings sufficient. to operate front
dl ,b.I l,: t ,,rid ,lam, ri, Is i- I I,'L, lilt,3s-I' tr urs prize of $10,000 1 1 prz. of 1000 30 t,, ., l..:o.a ,, with pro aralion. Thie mnachiner
ha,-, rid Pi, l ot .ul ,n ,L bi,,.l blur-, n, it, (tince-- .l 1 2,000 .1- 897 con istsi'of 1 IWhipper-, 1 picker, 12 Cards, I Draw-
osi e r,; p-.sI ,ui h ,.rm l. ilr,...: ,,l ic-I i p,,,e.i, a n l i ." I 500 ing Framn e,: I Taunton Spkeder, 4 T osles o".72
net.l.-rrnis ZOeals hair and imitation Camblets; Tickets 3 dollars, shares in proportion. spindler each.I W utper" 72 s)tindiesItoDresster, i
Spooler anrid Watperj 15 4-4 L~ooms, together wh41
J L,.-,:. V E.,-n: lish Silk; P,,-F-eh n-afi;Valen- LI-'E//ITLl'#- LI0 T L'F'rIY, n lansNo4. ., i"-a, cinte .y and fix aires necesaari'. Sac
i i., l. I n ',to ,,n, lrseilles dv ne.r :11 i l.- h i ",,.,T t ,-in U.ei r1"1 i d ,-i ,ru,-. rect'd 31st. ,,,1 ,. i successltul oper'alt n, i nallutfaciuring 1 .
I -i-i b .. "'ld at.a very snail advance.. "I-u.,-il p r17. 1r,i 0 T, li,.l- 1.' goods; the machinery is of i-st rate (itiililty and i,
-'N B _1 r, ti_ .,f l l,hh L,,t ,,,'1.1 Iti.' in Ilit l7?I' YI.I STA l'E LOTTER VY, ClassNo' in perfect order. For sterns, efe. applv to
til, t t l.h,,i,,.,n hii : I i% 1t ,.i,,i n,.., r.. -2 T.. b,-- iri,- J. ,,i-dra- t.. i,.'I .. ,i. DIKES & SABIN, ot tle premises, or
t .Of h rlieO
r 1T 0 i'S ,m r liutst,,i .l'irinn.... bii-.- -, i .l n' I .$ ,-1.OJi .1 3".iil j-22 A BDI'KE, No 15 Market snt. Prov:et-nce
i I,,jl ., .J i heI-I I' i \ '5 ,:,a ,.t I ., C-itan-i-,r, a 1 .ii. ,l 2322 C[-IEDULE of the Procecdinius of .the Genera,
I.ly' -. II.- La;,.: i, iiii,,[, ,i ,,.,ii l it sl'-et 1 .. -' 5000 *23) 2000 _-\ .- ...,. i .:,.,:, -.. ..n, 1835, for sale by
hini-h.:, il.i. l-indtkt i h,." anti s ,,'-ie snal, Tickets 10 dollars, shares in proportion. i Ni'i I.I-'. \I i.rE & CO. [1:'-M"T"rltl fs
,If int2 I- i..7 n.-r f It' imii te rant- i-iI 'iti IE-
I. i-i ni- i,.: -, ,,: ,,1 .. i it 'ir i ;i nI: iPFILL ;,7.1,I/.i CON. L07'TER V, Class3, L CARLILE' -
ir .c.i,"wIL tWI Lieitew,%urdim ed l,,r ilt.vrt Ir:ub-. -, 1,: L,. Jra,, Felb l.t-drawing reed. 4th. RHODE lI L ND S0 I S i- LOTTERY AND
*Jt9 l.pr.ze-of 10,000 1 2000 EXCHANGE OFFIC0E.
1 *. 1 1. .4,000. 1 1381 Corner of Union Buildina-, Providcnc '. RI.
11.11Ir.S' .(!lit.. 3 I 3,0001 20 100o LIS"T 01SOU7THRN 1,0 LO T RI't-.ES,
PRovlDxNcE, R I January 23, 1836. i'-ikei .4.jollir-, shares in proporlin. ". TO IE DRAWN SOON.
Tle vll, ,ri r iJ' o n -t r-,n, -. il r l A,'n t GI .l.i CO 'SOLI" ITE' I' L 'TERY DELA "AR'E STATE LOTTERY, Class 4
.. ,,, ,F,_L, '" LIJTTrli I)P RHOUF -- ,. .V. :-.- To, he drawn Jan 28.
ISLA..ND ron-', nr-ain'1.' nce,- ir to Ptu,.i'-C6CHOUOL.,' To b.. ,lr-',w, F.li. -,nr.iwoI, receiit dJ 5th H ghost p-ize $0,0loo-Tickets $3-shares in pro-
-ass No220. .. I 1 prize bf- 10,000-1 '2 000 ponrlion.
I-st 2d,.3d' 4ih r., i I, 7th 8tli il th nh'I Ith, 1 I L' 1 00 116 I "~ ,, .I a'AT r, LO i'-Vr, r l1.
tsr 2r1 3d 4th n^ t .in'i 7t lt 8dm s toi'1t- 1 101000 1, 1 1600 0 V IR G IN IA S T A T E L O T 'E R Y C lass 3.
0 43 69 11 3..2 4 0 42 26 40 71 '30001.8 20 5.00 To be d'-awn Jan 3035
.1j25 JAVIES PHALEN.& CO. Mana.,ee.. tr,.., 1, :1r. lnares in proportion. i Irizeo of 25,001 prize of 3500
8,0001h t 23-22
STHIS DAY. .'E1.\.i I/.: 3T STATE LOTTERY, No 5 1 5,0 20 2 00U
To 'd'd,. I,,i, .-1t Il o'clock, AM 2 3 .Frantkln u'tese. To be drawn F,.b 4th._ Ticket ... -shares in Iro.or'on
S 1i-,'L tnLiNI., LOTTERY, of Rhode Isltand- 1 7,000 I1 2010 Tikr. 0 ar i I., r .'i r i ,i
'- Giran ld by thel Legislature at the Janua-v Ses- 1,200 ,120 600 GRAND CON. LOT 71' RY, Clacs Nut3,
slolt, 1835. "tFOR THE BENEFIT oF P tLICt SCHOOLS.' Tickets $2 50-shares. in proportion. i0e d0rawin Feb 2000
Class No 221, toi be drawn.in Providence, on Mbn- LIITERATUREL TU '1'- ERY ,Class 5 '-,0 l ..
lay, January. 25th, under the superintendence of the T, be dravnFeb 5-dravwing receied 71. 2 4,0,0 20 1000i
Secretary of State. HigMest prize $5,00o. Tickets 2 dollars. 0 3000 I .
I 0ii.l 20 200 VIRGINVIA S7'ATE LOTTERY. Class 3. Tick-ts$4-shares u tironoriton.
S* n .- n To'he dtlrawn Fet 6-drawing received 9lh. GRAND CON..LO'TT7'EIY, Class No 5.
1 0 -. 5 100 1 prize of $20,000 1 '2]01) Tot h drawn Feb 3.
.2:.0 2 "- 8 1 5000 1 1640 I prize of 10.000 1 I of 2000
1 1500 60 60- 3000 20 1000 1 3,0001 20 500
S1400 n50 Tickets 5 dollar-shares in proportion. Tickets $5, shares in proporl.oa.
S1300 60. f.40 11fI LAND I STAT._e .r l.OE.'1e\, Class 3, T i, -, .
1 0 .60 .. 1..n1.. drawn Peb8-drawing- receivedllt. ,IIl on SL i "i .. o.. "-i i '-i Ill- 0 BE
"1 1100 60. 20 1 prize of $20,000 1 of 41')00 l tiHl\ \N /l I. \\I-,I ,k.
2 .. .. 1000. 3660 8 -1 10,000 1 3120 SCHOOL FUND LOTTERY, class.221
2o0 -. ,. 500 INl2.u 4 5,000-,nnn 10 frn z 'Tt-be drawn MIonday, Jan 23.
2-34") pJirzeqamountinn to .$17-8,9210 Whole tckel -Sq, -r..in. pip..ri 1...of. 1 prize ofM10000, 20 of 6o0-tickets 4 dollars.
.-rpijnbt,,r I.:nrern--I, drawn bal[Qts, -e ..i.. $. -i-.*It..e t p r SCHOOL FUND LOTTERY, class 222
n r,. Ii "..- i n i.. ,.;. I.I.-, ij L U. '.n.R I D C0 / V / rNJ .o 6. T s 6 To iTbe drain on Tuesday, .Ian 21i.
..t.iuE I .i I I n t.rnwli'-Pelt 10-drawing received l2til. -Capital 8,030,26 of 500r. &c. Tickets 3 dollars.
pErize o -Io [EN| 1 1.7 l7lSamOr.L tN ofTT 1N00 2 1,0,77-
J L. C.ARK'S t 6,010 40 *50i0 S(HOOL FUND ,OTT 1,R 60, No 223'
7LIS 7Ti,'P ri\ 1NGS.- I 30001 10 3110 To be drawn on W,,..,., .r,i, 7.
Sch.,Il PFun Loii-i. rt Tickets 5dllurs, shares in proportion. aCapital 5.000, l of 115, eT' I, 4in
57' 3n 41 nrj4, 1 3I "1i Corm'esponidents in Boston may beassutred of SCHOOL FUND LOTTE.RY, class 22.4
one nt -,imh a return the same n afternoon, us tlie tntlil arrives TU I. l i.' 11 Thudrsd;y. Jan 23
here at-10 A iit and closes again at 2 P ,. airiving Capitnl Il"i.,,, i ,i 1n 1 o'200(1, 10 of 30o, &c-
.,,O F Prn- Lottery, clasa.,218 n Boston at 4 P.M. A-t i, ... .,, 1 1,- dravw- Tiotes 4 dollars shares in pra ortion .
S '',.1- .'I 3j. 0!8 20 ti '64 5-8: '1112. 1 ....... "TT~ -,- I II II t
6n4. l. 1ri, lr3" 4 .6 ,-_n,' io-r 3d.oTITit., .. .,. I. %.Ihl be for- SCHOOL FUND LOP 'ERY class 2-5
,",' ", ". : '- aldvdto those, who requestlt, at the expense of .~ h da n a b't:l a 2
Sci. und Lotter class 21 at,-d to se who cuest i, ale x of aTo be drawn na Frielity, lJn 29
S i tI Fend Lotler clas W 1 n 67 Y-aP~rpt-iln ,,.l Capital 10,000, 1 of .000, f of 1.200, 1 of 1016-
hhi6,i u f 8 9 4 5 6 0, a, 1. n t T Oi n i l ,4 ail L, r. r ', .j m LA-yrli, d a y I I T i c kc.s 4 slb a r e s in p ro p o r t iot n, .
Grand,Conso'idated Lottery, exiroalnnssa ..du,s.till aol.odftrit nl 1i.1 ttlit .i l-,. bfo i ,.lovig- I SCHOOL FUND LOT'TERYk, class 226
a. I, I '91 20 30 10 55 14 1 .65 -14- 'ran, c-' i O in R0.\ ft a\ -. str dollars. Tohte udtawntSlttltirdaa, J ltt 3o1.
onenm",i-er 2 L otlery P.c. .tTl,,iT.lm-i WEn TiE'DDV. t Wo dodllarss Capital 20.,...-. I. 1 .. I --r400l0, I 3,000, 40
D ,...W m i .-I Lottery,, ,class 3, extin. Price rTi ,-[i a on W .DLIN D IV one dollars ofp Tm. eI. w, a-i pie ni pop o nin.
st ot !rn 24 8 it 10 45. '38 I''1. ,it P.. 3 t e ,0 'HUR'Sii, .\\ P /ice dollars. For .. .-. it-'t inn C ll'; 1.1'-,
one 'iam n i-~ n ii Price. t;.a irili.:IS n FP01 lr> 'ina- dallars- Lomug I n-ri : .'. inn mno'.- F'..o../..I.... 0o g:t, it i-
GrandCo.onsolida4ed Loltery,,No 3. I ru''lTick"is -an A fRU n d/i ars. mmr i,' I o ic iJi.-
n, I... it 17 -I 3Ii 41) For sale in every variety at wholesale anI .re ail Corire-spondents, who may desire Offrial Lists of'
.., lu r a.. y CLARK 'S drawin-g, can alwa, s I receive e then, si hold lliev r e-
C inl it t u r pizc Ii .--i a-..l .l-I tor- oi F-l ; Ti-rl I n t, A: ).tes l the same: otherwise tlhtcUa In have the list of
lI-"r L.-e l- e'tifIn i ,,itul imp-or. i 'dn -,, | t .- i ,, i i" h f .- h, .Irinwi nu iinbers of the precdin ,veek l, and a list ro
timi rn... ii.h.nir tn tI-n .aosi -P.-.r -., nn.Ln no- I ."iI l. u louttries abour to be drawn, il itio expense ofonews-
R....R.. t d ,I pr, a ,I L II .> n .t', or t, -,r will always =.. t i -. ,
LO. ,/-UE.d '),W; rin 'vit.tthelimepromptip ndiconftdental tlclI..i ijIu 1- tntIn-i' )rila n offilieabnove L iilanes
,,n BuL .C L, l i y 1 1, -" 1
[I, a n ibi, 'it ( t i I, n iur,,,d ,,,lm ,,.,nil .p L tL.'t .ni l.,. .. h .. i- c |. -it...ti -ii i..
I' in- i I niln l,lt i ait li t Iin till itV I s C .. .. ... .... -- I h ) F IIni- I' -i" t l ti -tt, u- mr by
ilt rn ,n,-,-.i^ n I .i.t.r.hr. crnc,-:"..., i n"n'at.o',0 I p O N -]. ril..t Uplt'rhJ.'.tron Ii. r.nl.. puli.i.. t t-t [ V [t liI r] f -l .i?
L.t I I-AT ilAIN IT THE (- ORNF. I ilt l s -i ,1tet N.w ilt enni hits Pn lmn.r, fr.>,,, r.,r i,,,r.
,..ir~'.- uaicn all r.li., antd intendcde Io "italumbugi hot ,air. It \b' .ITIiP l.[ \ \ I, .t [Ni D I IIiUt, < -lI li-u.. ,- .I-...,, I ., ",," r --,-,-,nut
I. in' Iensa indpatiitnt. I 1 i21 -l j2;or -o L'-nfn-r'." *'.ui L quality, for sale by, OLl I-.tP1 PI U'rLE


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REMOVAL.
DOCT. GIe). CAPRON ,
-TAS rem'ov d to the second house Nornh'of o t1
Courtl House parade, No 116 North Main st.-i-
f Enlren..: ihi...I,- t ii,. -- rii yard on the Soitilhsid .
Sof the if..... i 3wi5..
J- OSEPI-IH L. TI L L IN G HAS r.
".'rTOhNEY AN '.' Uitl\',' Li.tf.% '5 l LAV,'.
H AS rnim- ved is ('im in i iN,:, i B. i, ni _rf.Ct, i
S. at the N orth end ., iis 'i ir[iiI li,.":. t'iti h ,
S .--nni ti. ....-- It ,,, -,,,i i n,,- ,, Tr.,I .- ,r ,i n ,, h,,hsi~
" ,I ..u r ~ 1 |l,. i' ;, i.i ,r r].,,l; I ,,_:. t.'.l'. i-:]u .I i ,r I,.'C

' or advice. ", t "
SWELLS & SPIG, ---
DOMESTIC COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
6 :- "" '5 Pine street,'NEw-Yona: "
. W i TI :,- hi. i i ,i ...i .. ... icousignmenlsof
" Coth., ,n.1 \ ....ll..r, .-".:...- : which..w hen dez
I sired, will be fullv insured against fire, hby polidi ,
, ,,r. ,... l, I in B o s tn a n d e lse w he re.- -
Y--.. I:.-i Jan 1, 1S36 4w
S i- Fi ,-.iS F. F l -. i F..', New York.
V, ,t. -. I.. L..-lIs of .i.-,, D ';.. 40 t nd 42
" Pine s'ree, iinlil the store rectaoly occupic-d by ihertl
in a W illiam sir-'el ,- l.iu, Tt i h ...- i,.., receive
early slaiplnehts ..t I ..... in.m, .,. -,,, -,,o prepare'
ed loextend tehe i.,,.-al 1,-I n s i,.. ,tlj.[ t. .
New York. Dec 9tth,, 1835 d22
S, REM OVAL. -. .-
J F B FTL iG G -'., ,. ,.. an D il-rr ba, h u g r ,in ,.-.i ,
from -.:,nn r:i. r Ir.-ti r l ibh.: house :n Pri, i--
denr slrp i.i '-.,.-rtin .,,,.i I RI ,,.. I rill rf .
HOLMES' BREWERY.- -
T ,HE subhscribers have commenced I Areotfitf s(
their. Brew House in Fountain pstrewf. and ar'
ready 0to deliver ALE AND TABLE BEER ati anty
:,'ri ,f i i i.- ., lnariaed to he.equal Id.ahy mann--
I,,i,,i,- ,.. ,,.i' Ale at 86 y,.I l.l..- T.t .I.I-
-Ia:,. rrni ; tin, L ibl ". '
YEA:STand GRAINS f'r ui.r -,l ,h B. ,,."
I i", C, 0 H ,-7,if.5 -
r i Cash w.i!lbe paid for a iiihi.].l .l r,,.., I I-
good 9 lartle, as abova. dO 3itd&.' ,
CROCKERY, GLtASS A'-REr A R
JUSTreceived and for stile very .-, toC- _, i ,"
nor Ware in fall: sets, different cllors, brpwn,.
-reen mind liehlt blunt and purple, and rtF'tilel Tea
Ware; Looking G'assek one hundred and'Feye'n2,lere
doz-Glass Kitobs; v'ri-ty of Glass sWare, comihnni
arid good, that 1ill suit those inba l I.... 1 in
S CAL[FI GRFFrF7,
d3 6 in d&' a ..i i. H-i-fali.- I,,I -I.
J. A SASSARD& CO' -
RO. P O P-I, I' .
HFAIR DRERSEnlS. ArD ORN ll 1INTS\ L.HAf1'4
MANUFACTURERS,13-IMAIEaTST, .
T FTANKJ 'UL to ihepp .l;. frr il,. i-.:- .. :,- ,'--
Shave received during il. I-tlt i-inr Ii,, .. I
in-,: ,l h im inr. ;teil hrn i:ct'i 'ni in''' 0 r .
W, -,. ,I\ ,, ,rn l,, I hI l 'u lll i l ii i' I,,- l i '' l l; | I 1-. 'i i > '1
som e new goods .1 r :. .,3 ,"i in P .u -',,n i
as Ladies and (. nil. rn Ii ', Wis anidl Top pFecs..,
Metalic Wigs and Scalps, read.v made cr in l,- .i6
order at the shortest noltce. Ladles can ',. ;nnpf.I-,l' "
with every sort of Hair Work. I "
Should anyv Wig or any kind of Ornameant;Il I'til'
made or sold by' the subscribers not fit. it tiay
beexclh nged, or another made to order according
to direction, free of additional expense.
01! i.n 1. l : ./,..,. ,,'- ,
S 3[il'FiltiOR H ili CUt iil'I\
F r e n c h P erf u n ,, ry _ul r. h ( -'l r : .V a i. r I -.T .-
m e'iqUe. .- .0.i i.1.1I- A I.h ||, l, I r ,.T ;,r O ilm, :i..
*perior v p 'i. 'i d : R"i. ,, T -i._r -.:i .1 E.r f.. If- n :, i '.': h
der to i i .--ru, e -r I. uh', Ih r ilie to ip.ih -.on .1f i..I : II-
dies. Also. Dyine Powder )f ir--i;i.r .n-l''-
'.-n ii l .. ,r. Ii -. ;. iii .:d.l i, .I it i Ih.: .. i .: riJ ls .
R. IS-L.ND BOT.&N'IC'-FIRiri Riv.
0(I [1'li 1il'l -.iN '. t.iti'I I [i. tai ii i .hk, :S k
i l.h, /.1,o 1 ite nai. 1-. o,,. ti r1I It-iN Ii N rith!
Dii,,, -It. i. Proi.ilci.,. R I No Binednris. Ills-
ternng.or Poison usea. .
jii ;-rf T -A F.ROWN Plricuh'nn
SAT (; G[tiR\F.T'S-'S. I..j Cfric,-
O "iN L Y :'a F N T 'r hi l.- ,- ,., im d a- t N a 'iCI.-- ,.-i
Q, ,JI I i. ,P, Gl.: ,.l,-,l Tlh..d -i .i, hoirid -i.4l" hi'
*i.':'ll ,-r i, !"'' ^l.i I,, -l" i, ll, J ii ie ..t f ln :fr i ,l I l-"ir d
T h'I- i ry i ,li l, .I li l inl r, "'i Ni :' i ,t-. 4 1
parti culailevy f-ti family use, b, i '.- n dn I ,,f ,.r, Ti ,ii
Cil ti'i l, very low, t m .25 eentl.s. perL ti 1i'': "i .1
Ir I ...L..... .r-1

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IG l.',ti. ii -l'ei. 'Iihe lin- l m. iII f--a ti : i. ; rd,-.i, Iy te-
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*m-vcs ~ -, -.--.um ._-sa -.>.o.- ia
\ SALESAT AUCTION. "
s BY S. HART'SHbRk

A-1 IN NVISC IRA'IO A *' S L&
Pul lie ioi. e is hereby itL 7n thai the sul.trihef,
.\ ', ;.;, ,1 .,' I I hile e 1 1 :.f T.'1 .; i, ,r .1,
a .al.-.lP i. ,r .-t in ,l.. C uni .., 'i.: l t. ai
--. ', .1 i ,, .. i/st ;..l."|. ibup ioh, ll the fi!-
r ielili 'li'y of Februaiy, A D 1836. at 12 o'ceocki
M. on the premniss,
S-All the right, tille and interest' which the said
Simeon had, at the time of his d.'ilh i. and to a
certain, lot of Land, situate in said Providence, on
the vesterly side of the river, -.. -rd..i n-i rlhiiil on
SHigh sireel, whereon it mea-.urc- fi l.riv f,.r'ind
holding that width and extet di-,.- ,.-iLk s..9a'.uirlt
l ieve.n rods, boUnding westerly ,... lIe e:',i, flurmrtr-
lv helonl ,inrg tt Charles Lee, .-i,-i. .-r In- I.t 3'
lofore bilotgiiba toalnmes Pelis, and sonutherly on
lend heretolfolte belonging to the heirs of James -
ItI -' i:: i sr,-. 1,. ,i land ho'den by hoase from ihd
11- i[ *i \\ ', ,i i- a.i toi he said Simeon, record .
ed i said Pro idence, Book No 51 and, page 99, &c.
and ao.. ,u ii'- itUild ---- I -- ,. "
,E I,' ,_. -; W.-Ti:.RPM illA\, .din:nistrator,
J13 Mtts '
MACHINERY A I- A.luCTTIO ;
On SA'l UR.LIAY, 30th insi, at It'o'clock. % M. at
the Factory, .
All the Machinery in the PJymplon Coltw n -Fad-
t,.ry', will be sohi at aiitolri,. iconsistin of.u t l li'tlinith
Genrine, Drurns, Rards, Picker, Spititt 'initSt
Loonis,Dra winag Prains, Speider. Dr.6Sser, Spool-i
er, Mules, and various other articles. J.Is ts
SALP? POSp TPON'B5.
PUBLIC SALE. -
Will.hi sild at i pubi c inacin'on the prrmi t's,'61l
SSATFURDAY, the 16th day of January,.18s6, at
one o'clock, m. *
At t 't' ''ain lract Or panel of Land, :-i,, ii. .
i.o,,t tIsester, ahbiul two miiles ri n]i libi .11 it ,
,,, ,' i, .: i, c a lle d th e K,-,l i .: i I ..- i- I- r- c oit -.
it-, lng liy destination tib ,w :, ...... l *J,,- ii
-.-.!s, le the same moti-eor les,, witlh-a'l the Il.it- -
-i-I ---- I'..n I Ie e n.uI_. ',,I t.--t -
i .M;inn, by eee.J of mnortgage, d;Ited -i,. i I i..,I *l '/"
'f Dtce6anber. 183.4. Cohdit nts rainde l.- 1 n -i ll:
time and place of sale. PARDON-HUNT,
M"o-'rtaaoe-, w-ili power iu sell.
Gloioesler, December l10oth, 1635 dil 41 rts
'Thle above sale is po-tiponed to SATWUIAAY
next, 231 lineoini, at tihe same hour.
Jan j0 Is** .

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Ot 1,1835 J' J-IN BLACKMA!.4 -i
Th;- ,, i,, rtl.,,i .... *5 ;i,0.-,,o AJt Co. hae
dsed A'i ,,. -,,, i Pth:, .l H ,,. -'i: h rtlbefotiir iontlis
last .- .. h, -- i ii: r... refer ebi s to ihe
cni.ito.l id. W e l.ve J..,li i. .... a 1 last
ithre iirt'fs as lon. as lhe (-,in-i-., H i,,',-. W e
ire l -s ikirtg ttrrsanizt-tnen1 [,, uI- iti,. i. ..iI trur
[torn s: 189 in r nrttuiber. I.- t ,.u-t.- L; ,' Fit,
Sept 1 8, I-35 .. U ""-
T.. ilh I-.i.. i t ,. oncern-I hereby ertife thtit
I i ,' :' ,. 1 x ,t T_ .-v .. r [. .. ,
Il-arn rss has been in us,- ii,.- .- ,,1, -i- I W el.i-
eity twice s ong r g asin i,, i-, i:l, l [! ''r r' -, 11
ast, and is inoa to all i 1 :j ;.-- L '- tli,,
iirst pat ineto he loo.a- I-have no hesitnliun hi.rc.
commend-ing 1hem t last, if well -varristhed, thrat
.im e I,-, ,- (he c i'ii Tiiot harness. .
( t i 4 i b' l. T niUAMES. Manager S:cani -I -l1. 1
Providence. Oct.lt. 18353. i, sr,-Tf

PA TENT. REA C TING ,'2TOP MO TIO "
FOR DRA WING FRAMES.
TaHOMA & JO-"HUA 0-. L-, WI- hnv- f.r1- ,-'
fi rtp ,in ,, u;l.. iidti' i- a n tll-, ,i i t 5,, O.i0 .
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M ills ii P ~. I I,... t. L .. ,(h I, : an i..:i. ro.
h ave used i,.., ilF ''- .i I.. a il rij il ii n of
il, -,,,nu t i, f,-Ii ,- a rat ..,'I,, ,I i-,- a -ito i ,l-Itt
II-,i i. i I i : i -.. .i -,,, i i t.- ti, i ll. aboye a-- "
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.,vlh rp h, wil't h iv,. ri'iIr ,i'.,-ri n n ih. il.i- '-.il rt i
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Aour eu l. -Ao ttn l -,, : h,,r I Ni 2, [. i i, ,,] l i' r rI
Landies Cliases fromin 1 unti4l.4,. Improvementi
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SDO('ICLM'ENTS A ,CONII'\ P I NG TFHU t.,., G...--rornt-rls; risiiiri. u. is int il Ihe ,,,.n.-
PRESIDEN; r s SPECiI I. ILSSAGC. d,-rsindir,.. wna .iundtJ-. -an ernor, ItIt ii did
--i ,u i ir.. ii' n-l I.1 ciel l i qIn ii ..ri il'-n *i-.? ijii "mi
No I .Mr 1 it ('i it oo .f ,'Ill. IIs M.';i.tl 'i G ne inert. 11. i uid, f ni :- itI. r.,
Di .tcrini'. oifr Stat, '. -in- c--, to pay. ti ie d,puithii i- .,NI Ii'
\VW ,-!hir,.lrt-n, .I,,n,: :' -, lli,]l'. ,2' ol rvc "ualc Ill" i'-w 1.1f O-IIi- (i',,ic irn'i, ,,t ,.i
T inmam P. BartoI s-- ,I .,' s.: iis ,'i.. -h.tn Mr F-s.s,li i, t lii t h,, Lhilg -l
SIR ri.,.Livi'id- 'itt i tf J .c .:-? Its .1, iy e pr. I.,t i., a.crpi cul.y i. mtu d.,ic ,hari I, nif I:iv-
rore-yesterdiy. By mail of yesterday yr.itr. letter i i iud tliii the Governmentof iie L.nitad -S'o it'..
otf the 7th May, with a copy of Mr Lv;uin._,t -n' could not receive a conimuniciit.i t. i thit loirm,
last note to the Duke de Broglie, n, received J. have nothing to-add.. I anr f-'.rrr.1-I.- t, entrenrich
After at attentive examination ..-'Mr. I,-v.iie .- myselfbehind that dtesiatci. Iftihe Government
ton's correspondence with this De-partment and ofthe United Statesdoes not (ive this assurance,
"' -G ,tle- [tvernit.'int .i Fratice, elucidated by his we sliall,be obliged t-i ih;,,k that the misuinder-
verbrl explanatan.r the Presidenthas directed standingis nuit the :'e:, uff an eiror,.and the-bu-
m oe rt- ly I-. io'i thit thie Messm. de Rothschild sinpss will stop there."
have, been aitrlltrized by the Tretaeury Depart- To your excellency's fTi-rlo comnimuniricate to
mentto receive ti,: ,.ii-,- due intod: ih- tietItV me the desp.clh to iV Pageol,I replied thaLas my
wiii Fiance. Of lit ,-,ih ,milty Ihev wIl tl. di -instrueions' hid no reference t6 that question, I
reacted t.i give notice, to the French Government, did not thiink myself autufiorized to discuss it.
w;ihouL dciiand;,i' iayimneht. For yourselfyou After &- .i.n..- minutes,. I rose and said,'" In a
will, ;fihe ill ..-'ilmuleinnily is rejected, follow short time 1 shall have the honor of writing to
Mr Livnagc-lon m ilie U'iled Slates Ifthemoio- your excellence." .
ey is placed at thle disposal of the King, condi- You answered, "1 shall,nt tll timesreceive with
ti-ill ,l'. by til- I.-uislitnre of France, you wisl pl].-a .i 'i.-iv connmunicationr addressed to imle on
assnut urit-Fi.r .',l.l,'c frilt e the Uniled States, but i,- l ,i .'.I t i-.I i Gove.riment., 6flthieUnit'edStates,'
maintain a t .'l,-,1.l1nI, n.-r it Ioe subject of. the and our. nrinversation erilnded,
indemnity. It'approicqhed hy the. Gf.. ,ntu.ti Such, .Monsierr le Duei, %: li- r 'ii i.... n,,-m .r
cf Fr.i'nie, directly or iindireetly, y tu s, ilt ,li-' 1ervea me, sare lheHileral t 1- fl- !u ~iii .i.l l.1 tI
\'hiat m slid without reply, stale what has-"-,''.:u I Il i .i u-. 3liotllrd vo lIu I-.'.. -.t r IIn I .:,-ti,.r
red in fj-ill t.. th.- Departmnent,- and r-,v,.a ..- ii ; -rr tilei relation 'vhicl, I i ,i 11.- i...... r I.'
structions. *It is the desire (i f the Presideni tl, i it-.i.in, t,, you, it will g 'iv' iii-,, l -.i i.;u 1. ill
you will. make -not even a reference t.. il.- I..? i,, ,iii, t., i: -.rect.1liem. If, on the contrary,
subject of the treaty in your interco'lrse it it.- it i i u. u-ru, li, t ij.l Iappear to you in every respect
Feiih Government, lintil the course inrtrid.j conformable to the truih, I take tihe liberty of
tp be pursued is definitely explained to [I.- Li |- i i-n.in i 'i' your kindness aconfirnialion of it
ted'States. W whatever may bp snid to the 1.-.- I.-:, i. ., r". ,-.i..n- which I tave.already-, i. P:,- i uf.
Sde R.oths'bliehild, it will be their duty to reprt-to I'ficiently explained .
you as well as tu tile Treasury Departmn .ri. n.i J eagerly avail myself of Ihis occasion. MNI....
..whenever they converse. with you, they must be sieur le. Duee. to renew thie assurances of' ery
-_. ro". ., 'w .t l'" '' I--"i-. cnsiLation with whicli I have ihe honor
lon'rxprr3.- i.,ic- Ir,,' tlie Governinenol.61.FCra.nce io be, --
tia t : is rc i y it |i i'before an ..li i.-n fur Your excellencyts osti ohedient, ,b, .
psai ment is mide i ,z h ,Ilt ., is ni.
Thie -,iuie ri.l pil, d .by MISr, Livingston huti ''fll '-I' B RT']'N.
b' en I'uilli .pmrr'v. it -rndi lhe'hopd is indulgert,
that:his representations have hci.d their just it- fNo. 4.-T/ua Dutc'le hroffhie to Mr. Barto'n.
fluence on thle n.tae...ii.-, 1 tuie Kin r of France. [T T9ANI.A41iON.]-E. .
H Iav, te-i iltii f ',', lie., 'Ilit President's deterini- ', ,:, ".:li l-p 0'tl em ??' '
iti i.,n i, lii i iii.- term'Is upon whitich i- live To T. 13. E I,. '. i. Wi,,,- il'. If .,. ,t il ,-
Guv.-rniiutinlt "ite a i, -tltJ tosards each other "'n-"i. ti ,i' "it,1a -.
ih.,ll he re;_'ul ,,.,i, so. .(hr as lli.- c,.'ri;||,i].:,iT l .'',,- I ].;,n "-.' .,,,n ,i ,,,,- I,-',,i.' w hl,; ih i,,,, ,i;,i
|iOW e r r. lti.1,t- b l F ,i,. e I l i- I I.,,,.,, I .' I *n l.h '2 ii h11
S A p a c k e t ifro ti thl e T i te r ",. J ,,-,'i I ,.:. I 1, ti, i .,
'M,.t-'r R.ttliist-l,iil. an.i cc nulaiiiing tli- ir lit.' V..I .ir.i .lr i;ristoit give your Governmfin ent a
lions Sf lt ,: St.-r i cl :. i b ,., rl. .i ,l *b i, ,i i.,tiI ..]-i.i if tle corc i -'.ri ,si;.'h. i ,,i
power appointing theiti ,lie igi-nts of ihc U n-i-dneJ ba | ,,h me ,.di the 20tii ; i lt. -iuiniuiuiiih.ilin-
Stidlt's to re-.?eive the iitynients due under-thIe to'inine a statement o tliaf c. n,',nvriitnn. i,-,u r--
,lieIt of I r i i.--ct uI-il li,... .r ;|tl Tt c. ;-.y i qie--'t m- o, ini;.- it' th i,,i.,.lu.itary errors which'
I a let'lr l'uni Ih:, Lh '-i.-iii,-it tI M r. I? d-.. i ri.-iii t k v ;i li it Ii t I uim'e ;i t, he- l ...lirt
&l ienclo.-ed. ir [ .ir i \;.ti> ,l th i irt l,.l., e y-it .iilnd hij Uitli.'ci ,-i,?e a ui-h
-. : I am, sir, your obcditnt.servant, i ,,A a'it.:-li t- il-. .1.. ..'1 iii,-Isireiln eit 'tit.r
JOH4 N FORSY.TH. I therefore hasten to point put three errors which
u. hie forind their way into your report, acknowl-
No '2.- M -,./.' t- .Vi. r.rtot. ,.-in.r. at lie same tiue, its perfect conformity
0 .-.-i'Tue iin .. State, ..,r-jl I,- ,I.-cr points, with.'the explanations-inter-
i\\ l.if ..n '. n. -H f., 14, Sl 85s 3 it .-.. j, ..I ,.,
Tol iI- n P r1i, n t l:. .i t t.: tI ''t'- im" i .-tmi" i, ;.,n i l'.ir'. ', -t ',ta i t '-di "
_lt t'o ,it I i h- i ,- ,. ,i 1 e en I hipse beforeun ,.. ,ni ,o '. iti.,,, q'.mi s,,ti htgi a d ,t, .' t.f. ris 'Mia'




titatlie' %Ilh[le I-ti u.n t i htiet 1i states should 1 1.,iU--1Governen," &c ll-.
Ilile s .,p l ...Ft l ... i .- i .-.s .a 'no.fu H tn m ,.. .- .. ., .,. ', ,s .e ,.,r ,( : ,,... ....o e i, n -,j o ,,
tiei' l l\' I Ih l- r-i ,,! hi m '.,' 1.1.. ,, ,1 Ii, ". J i_1. .h '."I.I [ 1, al. 1. 1 ., T j.
dist).p -,ll..n ,.eU 'th.i ib'i .M I c i.-din f t.J l, 't l u]a|' i -,.- |..,...' ,, l ,-| .i rd ih.a e IIim .e Gu iv m eo of. .th
lIrciiy' H ili Je i~i ,,l1. d i.1 ,e ih ,i i 11I$ pri-:,i,,, ,11 |h. HI'_ i,l.. ,{ *;L ,1,-. :l',ll IV ;, 11 fill.' II ,,fl'i. ,.,I ,.,....


s .f ..i-r-I in iti n t.pi 'rion theI li- r', :mJit -n i i ,1 I i..t ,,JIT in- i..ri l a' y : n i.ii ti ., dl a th ois n isi ,-
[\ ."u 5 h uld r r e--[ -our ii ti,- i. ni Fit-i i ititin i I f i r. Lhai i'tudid not
-lation toit Ithill alwivi been p 'hi.iii tention inteud fo call in quiestion|thegruod faith of his Ma-
that flti'Lrei,,,,n i, ,iaI lei'i fiud' Slates should j.- ;'-i.' Go iernment," &. b e
lav- Fr-' .- if ii.: ir.,-aiy w r, re u'notfulfilled. Y...j N.... this; is wthial. I really said : "To-i norrnow,
I -It b ,- rt, iPI l-i. r..I-main u i afte.'ill.- i -i,-ti.. ,:- i ,t.- 1,, mim sdiately, if the Governmeni of the
f Air Lit ;n:i. l...- ij.- j r thie, e pF:i.i:.,n i,- It-. ih, Li ulir -Si .it is, ready on its-part to decl are to us,
Goinern -i.i r- F ,.,,nev would fi .I 1 I,, li b. It. l dJr-.i-,._ its" claim (reclamation)' to us off -
mrde red i- obligation to p. rocefe i..i'lii i 1i1 I .',\ tI in 'ih',r that it regrets the mn isunder--
h l iulniiii.i of iit, as sooniasi for- i. %f.lotid t ,n,.in. hiicih has arisen between he two
in it.i s ,i,,u- -- ll l... .. ..,;in..n ,-s ,r-.[f.t.,,ru ii ii.,,-i ii- ; that this mist.u understanding is found-
Willn nli.tl 'ti e.i h mr..-,r i.i.tt.... f :u.-,, rtur i, i,:. t. U|O.:., i m mistake ; an id.that it never entered into
niIe i f-ni-d S ,o i ,- -s i ,n,-.,,Ti -ni it ih.,' i. n .,i ,,,'ion (peu see). to call in question *1, I- *,
--made >:it te- p-u .t P-" Ft ..It:.-. .n.I n.. ; --,j.ir ']..n I ,,i t, I s,- c-'Ir-n.: -i Goverhment, nor to take a
i cetm.-i 'li f.u, i r lu ili t b l.. i .-t' I1, lhu lir, w tinit_ t I,11, I o towards Friance." -
61 ,i'i uIho ii h.i ,it iihiiir ,- ..,i ,, d, hi- ,.ii en I ,. ri,-i ui,-,'.fyoir report, l eam made to have
ur, ,:, ree-,% ih+ U du, .d- Ih ,I ii,,i ,J.-..,I ,.h :,l 11,T ".lu ] h,; .J-.p iic 1, to A P 11 .. l.
lhil pu mei.l %I ill t: -. ,,I ,. ,.? ,ruI i ,l d ,,b .: ,d, i Llle it ;..Char e, ,fa ir GM ., rt, ,:t ] ,a ti.
CaI t up.:.n ', i D.,ilu r tl i tid i ti e I l y t t lee s it alr n o l.i.i I
Inm',irr t Biti it i ,e ile in ri -rhi ,i a ci m i -g ....c. i d ,j i ,,','p copy c l'l; l a 1- ,', ',. :that I ,v h p ,, sa id
iI-rnLl im ;l ,.i [i i ,g, ie .i.. ,,, d. rsp ct ilip ,e1 d ie .,vebni r c ent Ih. Lio. ,i .S iL -could
So dcris lnfyo.irI.i- ,l Irnurenl.rf i h tlei t- ., riIt rF orsy, the ne ,iid .ii.o '-tii.tn i t I hle I'.rmn,"
'' regidali e y ur ce.-fnih t .. ui- tl e it -n, l soldr \ ,- t. i r,. 1it dras unot what. I said, because such
m.ii rec -ivi r,:i r.. I .. ., i p id ,. o any -iwas. not Gthe language of Mr. Fo rsyth to M. Pa-
rtael ,-J Fi ance r ,I" h a "I r desi--. fro O reui
S i..r d :r-i 1 i.. el t I "iul r ..' s' -t..I '- t Ieot. On refusing tihe copy offered to him byg


yr-it sillmtoui'io C-i'ti,''o-[ ~yt t -m.c.i -ittb-rit.. uitocua l in that fomni ; ot onyis it ~enc:i~ti.tyed iii
fi lt "i .. i .i. ..-r. i ihu.],i shtild be made tia Charge d'Afuaires, Mr. ors ;t ave as Gt ie
-in The mosti-conciliatory tnn, ad iiyour iniLrview -only iason, that it was a diocum.ent w ichich ie
v.l tile D-it.. i-i. d expressions as coming could i iake oui se; and that was the.phratie re-,
fr,.,' F.nr G' isirafte, of greatpersonal respecl- peaked by me.Id. [-
for that ilinl. randf r'fatnxious'-desire for tle Mr. Forsyth made no objection to'the form.
safety o:"thefKitri4Fm. ,r ti he Duke should-: whining 1 had v dopte'ted to tiunikt tao- thie
inform n.'u oIl til ii.in.I is ,i- be paid on any F,-.1-,..I Government the views of the Ki'he s
'J I r ir-.i i.. 'i4r,t1. O b 8. Idc Govemdment.; 'in fact, not.only is there not.ina
yo~u %. ill 'i rii 'r ',ire v- .; r' v to -1 o i [- |, unusual in that form ; not only is it employed i.111
lei.ril.. -il'i H- i 1 .. l.tlm~ll I ? i.t ih?"i~i,.i'. %be lrtween one Government and
it c t.-. 1. i. ]-i e.. r&d I -' ta r r thea it. .'i t;a- do t. nIi iI.

r S-tii l i1t hei tl Iin.,', li-i ,i. i ',i- ..... i ,-,, ,I ,let ,,,,- ,, i, [ fleestioau mn ie ,- ':if .my i.h i eo,:n-..
Con ie .liest i.'l It ,s.,h i' : l 1, L Ii,- ,',,J id rt i, J l,. position s.G aIEr I fu
e, itib, r n .' : i i{ ,rl. in,rl sihlow -tl l it ,,i ih.,_, I [,,, i l in
1 ;.f P,- ir l .., i...l...d ,. ,,, -- ,'. ,r., .iOI'I rN-_1:S H. G11 .,,,Li. i n i .-.
-- : .- Fire I.v,sir, after lIav~ingsaid, If lle G...ern.
N o.. 3 .t tr P D.o, ,. r ,,c Li, .- C r.).i e. I* m ent of "the U united S states does n,-.i .ve [Ihs. 5
[lh sI,. .icor' ]-r -!lrn.:., we' shall-be obliged to think that this
L-gtilon o e ll itai. d Sf.,t-. .f \.,,- rr ,;s ,n,- n1r,; ,' iin, .; n.-, the result ot. an error'"
S :' 1'..,, 4l.lh GOctuber, 1835. 1d r] al ,,t ile ld. "* r,,| Ilie business will stoplhere."<
BWs Excellency the Duke deJlrngtlie, ;; : Th.- .- r.i- i- h,'^fve, of so, title- impor-
.~ii',' ..-t C,* r i,,' .'n 7 ,','.: tanh e, that I hesitated to notice it.
M,,o nr 1.. lD., H r. i. h, rL ,-'.:-u,-j I... [lih let- Receive, sir, tlhe assurances of my high con-
ter the last i,'-Iru r,%t,.s ..,ny ;._,. !in r, 11-1 the. sideration, V. BROGIL E.


inler\% ,,x. Fi whi h.l li it hd i~ i.'. i r I., u i h it within
', t-ur t \c. I nI- i.e .in -l .o '' 2 i 1 i t. I.-. m r:-. i, ,. ,n .r.
def urlhu r I .-i ,l l i h' s ill i ., i, i- i '.i,,ri4. I
a ir e i',I lr i it e rii i .o t Iu .r 1 i S i i ru.-l' n- ,
.'-l av in ti'Fr in..- I p ia' in'll% ii i li il 'i i',- i i' ,.,
"J-,.- h ,-ill .ih .i ,,-r i- s i', *, iilr ... ',,,,r i: i', ll, i,,ey ,
n' t c.J l.- -. mi l o i I.1r I i ,, ,h t li. l..
r .'1;l p lui. r 1j.'. I r it it i-. rd I. %i H ''. i- I u n
dr i- I,, .I i I n pit'irt ,,'.3 l I mi r -i I n.
pro ,,,p',d I,' I ,diA l- il,,ivi.'," i l,., i ,,,'r ,'
,Je-:rc lu at -idt. i '-i Ie .Hit l ll,-.-I ri i ,,J ,.71 ,nI.
din ai I(- i I- pr-i.;me I n.-il, ii lU i t.i u ,.. tf .',i
iUnt"d in tll,, t pir-i iri. iu iihi "i vin, iini p,,n-
I d nhl m i nin hl' tl I 111 1r .- i'-tlii-r1 i i.0l',i n'ifliii
dbibputM, p,',fof-u meo h'a ,lI- vi ..-Co eijl.-ii. ih..
In-'lrue li- r c ',ii h ,'li 1-l ,.n i r h.r.r s i I .
c ni'yed 'nr-;- J.iL In..I,,'. M .,,'M iii le D ....
duti; n nt inipih-t i ,' .-uii ,,nt ll | u. i-,ut 'lie f -, I
.;rm Lyl irl, n it n-u. inlip- 3r -a 'l'i.. i inp, rl r i e.e in
yutbfr It ]- .
l .lav'ir.- i; iriut | 1w I ,r l I|,e.J 1o ,-. r.i.l.
-I h lar' .,i'i,,e rr,, n. i r hi. ircii -,,rtic iiu,
I I.eg,.ed Y ou Ir. I,. l,.i- -l,-.ul.j 1r i tl,,n_ ., r'"- r
I -o yun r.- to p'cu d fk ,t I H tit ,i l-in ir, it l m lheu
I ulh nlim I e :ill Jliitlr .. ,i i',-. Ir., J n,:,l h.
m G r,.n nii fnli tar ,i IIt.i. i n 'h I m r iotil I' .,'. i -
,in Ihnit l I ri lir 'r- rt pr. s. lilcd i- ld ,io.ii, in n.ti
fe-,ilht b mlly r.m.,Pbr- i d i %l t -n s t
1 co rt itm 'ln I i c i.n', ,,i,,:,n i bn ir, l,.rrn-h ctf u I, in. t-i
I lid ir qiin-r.i- r.n ir- ,-r i ., .[i,%ik ,,, t.- in
ri siner ni, a- r i hl ,in i Ih,; r. r : 'i ,. I ihl l irI ,i.i d ,-in
\% finld deps l iid it un jl s irs ,ir i .- ,tim i' 1. ii in ',I
1 iw a olderii' er ri.i n .\ i h. I F,, r. -irI,,tlou ,i it
I arl nt i r,, .u uf ,- I L l S.,hii. i ru, t J .
qell I by hi Prv -dJtii i I-r, i t ie ir ith-e rn. ,,- .ind
in-h rm I- i ,,n 1 ti' i '' I 's r t 'c t ,,I, ,r-l ,1.1 ol-t i I t'. it ,
flirtlier inms-ruclcd v intor t-m'- .-timi e .' fi .i In,.
r.L ure y'ou p r,-rim' tll% of Li; h. e' ,,i ,Jd;r',i n
.l'h.ter aFn oh algir, sin' ter ..I' '..-ur \c 'll n ',
liad llih hoin,.r h. ileia uh r- iH, '.- ll. tin,..' ,tit i ,ru
"I am insilruLe-ti. l b\ ltm Git.tt d r-iiin- n ..
quire l' our E\i c lu it I h.-.t -l ir -. ih r i tntont
of Hia N MIaest t-'- G nv, i sn n I rtllhin I., IIA
I'undf %oli-d I) tlie h.l,,it~ etr '
And II uInde'saillt d l. U tiu t no a- rl, I 1 .0 l toitr,
nine er
-"H jvin nni r n I .le ,p ,Icl, 1 1 n 1-i Q i, ;I,'i
Charge 'e I tl ire t %in t Vinlin,.d-ii Iinithi inq-lie.
lir,n-_ ll cm niuir 1.t Is tislr '-.iri Illi, -ind t ll.
r'4gerI hiivin_' rrd it [1- Mrr L.'r1:ll,. 1 11hl e
n e dil,,,, d t -, a tir, peJ lii t ii t lli dr hI be, tui -
I 'u ld i 1 t i q a i li.l .. Iw I., |i, a-ii or.- .,t .- r
E.i.f ellesicy u Ihe nh, i l .,j.: ;r!y t lb ... [ :li
Is i- Stai- s pli ih.--s lunmi lJ 'n
And yo ri.urne.J thnt i ,iri.i r, "Ye:, in the
leinri nl I'he de pr,ii,,h."
I_ aiJd, "I t n intlruecle d ton m k aotl Iher qup(-
lit.n- i\V]|llm ih haI sl t,',( .rn ..l n t r-n. m- iany
fixed delermiria,- pLcri... ] M lim, Ilir r" ill be i,-.
posed I,, pay ilise funds.' '
To thisqiieiion, lie lIo11.'wiu... vAs \'nur ex,'r.
lency's replv, as I" unaerElaid '11 :.',.ir rrr ,a
itf neeesalry,; %n ien tthe. G'-,rernnieri of Ih.-
U'nile,J Stalt.r0 shall, by. a awritn urfcial conmmit.
,' nicaiion, have pipressed its regret i l li. miniun
dursltaiding which b138 tluken place betwLeen tlhe


No. 5.-AMr. Ba ton to the Duke de..Bdoglie-
... .F.
LxGAT-ioNOF- TiE UjtctUcn STATES orF A I i r r I
H I-. l, nit.-, 1 I- 1t 3 ..
.M ,d.'r\ ,,t, I, C/.,,. }- ~ {,, .i ,..' ,?r n r,*,:,,ll,.,1 l,\, n;i
., i- ni n nl, I ei iI,,? h.-rn.:.r I,, i i. I -L tliiln
1..,.r L .- ll.vne 'i ill I e'pleii,- i i u,- i? t ',ih
f-,11, ic. b.. pr. pn ,.,J, l,) rii l- in, Tlo pr,.-,, 1 .,
1 ,, l..-r,,.-. i-, ,.r.L. ,rli I.r ihe l Unit 1 S i .
'*illiJ ..r II prI ,. i ,r'ln dri lll ih l;i,,: I il,'l filln
0 z j. r ,_jr i,-, r "-,ii -, r. 1 ) F il i : 1 In l ,-:I f, .,F-d
to give as a rel.--ii fur iin'Y d. i.,ilri it,.. il.- n.n-
,.-,: ItI .r, rn ih- p-irl 0 lI It- i ,, Ij I n. ri-
i.s l i lh .: o:r. ,-,.l,..n .-. J il i\ h. 1 -11
I ". i, in It' ii hi i ripp'li.,il .] l,'- ,-,r .
)Itu.- -, r~rn w I, "l 7 l ,, l -1. 1' ; Vti, l,, ,i :,l,-
S i- r %,,r I wlh ,i'i,,,:h I I, i'e tlie li i-e o .:ri,-,bi ,.,u6 "
UExceiiency's rt.,1, ?jbil,-r'n, liujni I ;.,- r in,
THUS r' f A.\i0,N
= his E xceller..: >- I I .,ic, toI PI'f... F L

No. 6.- Tt'eDuke'd. Brogiie to Mr. Bari-ton.
-;[TR't N ATlbN.] .. -..
To Mr,. BAteroN, (I. r...- .ifi -
of the nited-Staites 'of .8merica.:
PARIS, November 8th,'1835.
!: r-T-Tl;r.,. l.dl hi-_d M 'iis:tt,,'' o,.-, ;thi re.-
,.ori.I ,,, j.ijr e,,,niuon '"liori :.l Uli Iihutan.t,-l
I, I e hi l1 ir:r I.,3 o enid 'tit'- lic h I, II, pis?-
,., i-i h ''h i" ll'i['-r 't ,.--I A 4 lt -,Ill,, I, ..
:,,,ri ,,[ :1r \ i t I. :n t t.:lirg L-.J i ..-idvance,
,n ,? r l.,n l,,r, ,," \,,nr dle iir',.l*,:'. I h'l n,',ihi -i.i
Io. say, (Je.J 'sinpumnt a m'y w:retei i I-1 (...
-rnntent of the U'n;ted-States, -sir, kn',-., iiI
up,,n itself depends-henceferward the c to-Eliri,
ii' i,- ir,-i'a,t i J ily 4tli, 1831 .. ,
Accept, sir, tlie:ipssurance of my. hie'h ciosid.
ration, V. BRttC LIE '
No. 7-4Mr. Fo.rsythl to A. 4.Pareo,. ,
D i-I-%aiIlrt r ~i %.Tir.
o" ,-nh ,tOnii, J'u]| .IJi.e, it,315
1'] P .'i, -.i ,:/.I ) ,- ,* '.^l' rr '. ,,
Sir- I hive ihe lioni, I.i- rh.,'qu ii t$ \o0, IC'-,iif i,.
ir l. f,ii 'i l i -),o r G i t ':r i i.- l III. ,.,'- d
on n.: T rir ,t .ry l,. i.i -i .- t... toi, tl, v h ire
i.r. n.i ,sr. rt.5' rl rie *d t tL-) n .,:" .:' i i li Jul.
]-'f.i' pJ,.t. ',r ,l ,liii t r D ehe _r R.l.s h ,l. R rih.,.iE.
.4" I'a i -,rr- :' liii,'t:h I] t i: i Ii l h 1 r'e l II -1i. fr-ill
tliire I,, ine t I,: li lli" (.b i tou 'r, ,i,-r ,J ii ". r Ilr
-li ip"j] ,t.,',: tI 4,,i',,, ,-,rl JOH .t .Iy1, lH."l ,
Ii wr c n il,; Urair.-r SS t o ,rid I,,i i .-i, tl,,
K ingr ,, "I th,.. Fi,.rih ; iid tlrjl ihn Pr-,: denm I, I-
gr-orrie, I sr--('<'l p,'"Arm r io Ilh sal d i c-.;ri. de
{,)llt h~l'-l | Brm lit .r3., ,iolli,,ri/inr w 'll eiinpr, 'r.
inr tlirm o'f.,o i Ii dur il-coilit Of 11.1 C ,,ii t. j
thei'ir ll e nr cti-ri' % a rquiltanets to tIhe rFienc h
(.-ovtr-irnniei a n "nrdiil t oi the pr,.,viiOlli ol Ilie
,?,i n v ii n t l ,:,n r e l- rro, d l o
7 nl: pi, ei lei i tIie MNlea,;rs. de Rnllieihld
will be prF8Fr, tent by Iho'il i L heneier Ihi.Frr,,ncl
G-.',ternmerit ta ready lo rolnl.e die 4paymn-ents.
I Ilive tlie honor [o be, air, i our ,ijueriFnt 5rr,
v \wai. JOHN FORSYTH.


No 9).-M. Pgeor.ut to i Mr. Forsyth.- ':
[- r, ,.', = i TI.,r. j -.*
-' ''',\: '.,:. ., i De 1, 1835 -
To tlihe. Hon. Jo.it F.tI ii tI r
SC -.."i u of Stale of the U.i d f Siitl-; '.
-, i- 1 ili II lth of Septembert s last I had tIhe
--inr -,r I. I ,I. iulhoiizd, to read to you a de-
-ii..t slu.,i.-iti Excellemncyv, the Minister of
'..,., Aff.irs lihad. addressed to-me on the 17thi
o June'previous. respecti;,. Ii- si Atf-'i'f'hthe re-
lait ions hbel ween France rid it i..U-.i-eI Sui --
Thei olijct of this coinmmounication wis to mike
known iI0lht'Caibinet at Washington, in a*flirimi
ftien employed, the point it .,f vi,- 'r.,ii ,i'-lI
thIe Kinrq's Governnent ri',,.itrh.,I 1 ,- ii-, I,,
:'- A-- [1 ihe two countrir -, tindl I-- i,1l.. i' iI.,
"m e a n s bi v w h i c h in its ,"li$ii-i' i ,, .1 I.
i,., ,i;,, ii ,i i. "- m al n ne r h ,n,,i t i.., I I,, I ,i11i -.- .1 .
-rlniierfis : -1-was- lsh autlimrized to-:'a'lloiv you,
Jin case you sholnId desire iti, o i,,.e j ,.-. '.i ." ii.
ii. i t b ctcontrairy to ihe ,p.-i'l ,,.n ri I.-I
.Il.1. I.t..i.'i usage in..such m"., : ir,- r ll' d.'.idl i .:
utetrtain, you .ntought propel 'tc ri u t ti.t i-l-..i
.it. I I ..
I r.' ,-1.l I this resolution of I .:.urt .r, ill
,in,.. 1.- `,,*, ih helfilst place",il ,PP: ,,.-d t.:.,I

spirit whici so particularly Ili',r:i. r i ih-,
.i ii ,"i lh',r J,,.' n iJ t'i .1, ,in, J n.tr t,-1 5 i; it
-- -ii. t in to iir,c -,r ino d lprile th1e-Cabinet .:.1
.,' ni.rin ot thI e means ,:-f ki.,.-, ir in ,hI, in
Cull \i-. it, i h v ie of the K ,-'s 1 _. .i',i iti
.-.I hli. I Iii o ;i lr iii e e ,.-i o iilrl i-i,,fn ,.' ill., I I .A ..
i- iBroglie's letter could al .n- hlive e -.ilii,-d t I.-
Ci.-irni a just estimate. Tir,- rergiz.l, ih. ii,,
not diminished, and at tli,- intit-ii ar il.iii lIi-
[ ', i.J-I-ci is about to corn-mun-'ilp ti .'.,i r--m- i
the state o f the rehlitions b-l,'tu.i -r'.tne ,? i ii i.
United States, I consider i'i tmlu tl -nd i, ce,-:I,
for the interests of all, to ntl ei atr 1.t ilire tiutu
in possession of their facts .which: n y i' ,f'..r i th
the meinns-of giving .an e'.i,-i 'iCeo.Int il ii? r. :ii
,rp.-.:;' :.l. in.r i iu is ...f tt, K i ."'- G .\ I -- u ,,'1 lt
.... Im,.. sm lii. ii e .I'. li.. t t ti. n u-a d tir; tusilln .r, .-
\\ iih li, ..nh,,rul.:n a,,,J r .,inu a d.,Im re- I u -ie.
I,-ci ,- 1 ,L I, 12 V ho'i,1 b i Irt o n 103 Ilie Nill111,1 ii
i ,,, r~il-ii,'lil :in,-,lli.: ppr.rooilln iI| m ikr, -I'- 1
,.-,j ,u,,,,. d mlr,,)h ly ,m Ih Ih.' {i, .'lhy ,',,h,.,{,.ih,,'J
id miutol, l, ti, .- hit,:'it u-'tti-u
'iii Ofr i-h f ll H Mi.jl;i Vi ; G--,.n'.. nii 1ii t riuti
contributee i., r,.-, '.r. .,-l um, I n.hrsmind l, h,)-l s-ott
,he (.' .i.n.. i ..i' Pcri mind \Vullin;i,..t, I h tv,
,ihe honor t .- i,,nuI...t t i E .- mm a itfp "l iihe D 1uk-
de Broglie's despni'h.ltid il r,-qnest you to place
it u n der Iml e re | -w l iii-- I'r. si l ei t ni ...
1 embrace this opportunity, siri o renoew-toynu
the assurance of the high i.,n-iler.ii,,..is tilI
which 1 have the honor. &c. A I'.AGEOT.

No. 10--Am. Forsyt .to .f. 'Pagqeot. '
DErAR'rTMEi T OF STATE, .
\ asr.,,-,,1, 3,i DL. ceinber, 1835,
Sir: 1 lI.-, es%.i-r' j iY ihi- ih.,,.-r to receive your
note of lC t Il ,I I Itrtrit, willi lin !icct iin l tt toin-T
paper, purporting to be a cpy rit -i I'tlt,', *Il.
dressed, uider date.of'thie 171h -tlf, June last,.by
i, .-i'tllrU.'' the. Duke de Bro.ih.. hnulwitr ,I'
ft.r, iri. Alti,i6 i-',f I'ioice, to vou aist.f .
.A ft r r, lT, r ,ii tc is i i't r..tt u ii l i in, ', ,r i i' i.tr
,.:-..,,t'llie h I111, of S.',pu- ,-n rt, in re-, ,rd lto i,:
;,. i il l ll.:- ant xpit'-.in.z i ,irr.';irel a f i thi,
.-...-I l:. 1 il, n lt'il Ot- ii y tI' t1 its h 1. .j -r r -t
me to pl-,:.- il,. pi i. n:i.'u"d in your letter un-
der tlie :'j I | llht I'ere-idr- t 'r .
I. .11. -ir. t'm.I, during thliat interview, to read
to ume ihe Duke-.de Broglles'adespatch; whliclh I
ci,..,fifli ,.i, viJ were enable' I i. a-,iil )our.
s- 11 i.. tli,, tnli;oriil mode of rppr ii,. ig titu i nc-
partme'nt of the views oi'your G(vcrrnmenit in tie
full extent authlorised by dipiusniltic usigLe. The"
question whether or not l should aska ac.opy-of
that despatch was of ciontse, lefi'a it shou.dIl have
been by your Government, exclu-ivelly to ,myv
discretion. Mly reasons for it.i mrik,,g that r I
quest '-oirre 'i.,tikly stated to you, founded on a.
conviction that, in lihe existing state; of rl ttLioI,
bet-ten the t-'.i' 1-.inltie', [he Preside-i vi.jui./
1nk ii ii | rpt f-i. r [h i i ., ry. c,,ini]ti-it t-tiiii l
Itp.-. l ,u.i,-i-i in ditt'-rvnoin- setvir c: iihe li de.
it_,, l u I> .Il ,ine {i? e,:,lducil ,'sh,-,lll ti l,-,, it
v i ,tnulr iltI. -l I,, ii C lI -ildrl ll...n,be niu.Je Ii i
:' rn-u i h e ,il mu r h -c i b ,l- ..i ..nri t in.1 't d .- ,: r c m
l iiiI,.-_.tl.-.n f -n',n i-u 'i.,,' G iiini' -iitn It ar,.llh,.r itl
hl il I,,fiu It, .- ,.,uld I-,- e-it.lI. d t,1. ei',lis? a iil ,
,Ile te ply i,, ie t=iven to itand to submit itshoul.
tuolI .1 it-r, tr.',-il nec,.essary ti his associates in
i',e ,..i.-r,,intt I h ,' 1 lid ail'. the honor, at thlie
-1iuic. tie, tu aaouttreyou, thlat any direct comni,
niceatlon from yourself, -ti l he r-prei-a'iltve i4l
the Kiog's Government, o tme, ,inhre cing ihie
contentsof this despatch, or ony othe-r matller Yr..n-
might be.autlliorized to comtrrntiolate o lihe accus.
turned mode wouIld' be laid without del-y befr-.re
the President, and would undoubtedly) ricevs
fri.i hii l ,in e ari rMitl nU ti ei,-iderationl.
Ii _,,' ,ri I. e l ,i p ,'i:. ,r r,. I- t,...ni illIt m y
l .y r qir..i thatt thi c oiic luiislnrci: .,'f lthi- i,-
trvie ihetween ut- ti-,uld ti.e rep.'It.J I-:. Ihi-
h'u -7i l. Il .in I that lti- I.l'u it i y ,.-,-I i.n. t- ror '_.n
t,- i-t i t i n iI pr.: Itilnt his viteV,' s l, li!ie t:.'u..tae
-r-.... I l.. l~r p'r:i.".J un hll. .:.- .'i,-.n ., i
I% iti.'ut hfil, hitve lia tot rai Tpl'h c.--inmnunirt'li, ii
i,- iti, 'fthri duty v i, petfri'imd. -The u6l'-
'.:it --af oiur initeirv;,-,i.d tie ren-.otn by whlcli
i i ,rae in it haIes t,'Lnr curidad, \\.', ,inri-di
,,,c-i' .ommunicated.to, and enmiiily i alp,-..red bv
l1m I could, not, theli-elore, hiv-. uatiicipieiI
,i., after so long a period had eimp-ed. and
,i utiout any cliange ini the condition of affairs,
,iu ,ol-tud hiti-i r.'gardod'it as .useful or proper
i.n. .,- itV,: lit sl.,-.j ct ii thie lti, and i;n tlife form
- u have seen fit to 'adopt. 'Cordial:4 "reci-proca
iir, I...n i ._ 'r it- c-m c ni.tlm olj ..'ric nrlt-iii tmt'ilr-t :Spn-
,d i y o u r In ct-.1 ',,. ii li-tie ire ici i cm .u r ',- ,i,. ,
I lits- i-t'i-ri e._n-.iflu,.d Ihe Piem i'Jenrt e-n lihe Eb-
i'- .., rIJ :,i, irn,-tru.:lcd 1.) ijilonrn m 3u ii tl ihe
, -,lt]iii ," 'p ,:~i]d by n.ie in lIe inli-rt ia-w Ie-
ti%,-,tt.. ari ii, h ,lliA inueriti c.iilsirin-Ied by lini,
r-i.itii uni; ii eid andi] I t rttl.s'ie reip-nitlul.
l I, .i.'e t.j- i i-ut[ .h i.0.| (' tl ihe D.,kls d& B..o:
II. 1.-iltr, ..- I c ilitl, niriah-e t u tie Ol'l it .a hl li
n ,.,U dt m C.1,- .
I [int als., innlrut.:''td -a say that.the Pe.midrnil
enter iniu mi iit dee d.IJ Iuriv.ctli-ri Iial I dt epuilturr.
jn the presentc-r,, 't.in theu odin iry and ticut'.-
I'-'i-il iiIr d O o. t l iiteriinnii.3iial c.nro uinurij:,t,:lrin i;
CihlUlolti d l.j in: r'emi.,, rat'ier th-iin t.. dliinii'li,
: h,: ,iiir: ,,li- ~ jnl, Tppill, r .\ i ,,ig(; I i ,, ,-c' r, F'ra.nce
,i ii i i lietni,-d i S!ii.l, u d i, lii it i.ibi-rv.,nce'in
in. irfuture uiwlc e.Purae will be i .:-t lik-lt l.:.
hrmnru atott the mmidnabh- lijushinmini tlf thin.",- dtll
ii.. iil||- i.n terrr, litn..ut.bi" lo boltt parties.
Such a result is _incernl) its-stied by him anil
lie will omit nothing Cenl.s.icnmt sillt ihe f-,ithll
..iii-hlin,.e of his duties to the Liritied Stauei, by
w'hichi it may be promoted. In ,hliy spirit .1 .mm
,itc, ued bi tilm t-a repeal to" yaru tte assurance
ni'i>tdn ph'Oit ime-'vriew in S..-pietiber Ilttl, that
.ini- oitiul 1 euomnti~iriilion )ou may tltihk proper
1., ad nh',ss t.-. iit Governrnitr,. will pr.)tttiiiil rn-
-.s'1 tuIICh iuriuudsc.ilinn as inaI' bedlite ii its ('-n.
i-,IIl. tnd i,-, Ithe iorerenlt involved in llir suluj,:ct
Ii an Itcic it unit' relet
\s he i.,:l'osed pt par.is nut ,,n, id-nre. tIme -ithb-
I t --C i' in', hi i, il i l t-l l irw hi ls i 'd., I r mlie
[i,,ij,..-r ol puuvi,.iii.g jti'y iimruicuiit-rptlien in. ]hir
nit-i.e.'.. ilii iii' m ,hl'liCe, ini ri juri lu ira conii lr.
i- n"i-i to bh r..,nultlte nas tuijliltinr the aimcera.:)1
,.,i in, ,i hlne stjerlleniii noar ucatmulilig conlaimi-J
in Il
I liiive tile linour to renew, &c
JOHN FORSVTIH

No II --.11 Petuot to .lMr. Forsthi/i.
[l R.al ArltiOt.]
1'o illm I,,I. Juitit Fons amH.
..'.cr,.etety f,.tt of 'tlr 0 .U/t 5 .
*- I aahlmumgton, Det' otber 5. 1.35 -
SIn t 1 yesterday evenint- received the.Jelter
wltitli sou'did-me lhe limoimoul tu write to me on


action appeared o ime p'iiii--la to an ilo.ither.-
Yon have.judged otherwise, sir; arid you have
thou 'i't ii.'iu.%i I -teiv-r nr.ilIt bt, the importance
ol a e-.'.11.1..i'.i.i. t., ,ti v i,; ir.jpr r, before receiv-
1.ii ,, to examine whethiei the form in which it
eatme to you, wias strictly accordant with.lhe.nsa-
ties necessary, in vbyour opinion, to be observed in
hipl.iii'itti, traniactinnts with the G.-...ttimtnt of
.lie.R.epihili-. I will not insist further. I have
fulfilled all the duliesawhich appeared tobe pre-
scribed for ume, by the 'spirit of uu '.rili ii..i, in
coutjunclion \ith lih- rmeslpect .'dueo by me to all
coiciiniicAtiotts from my'Governuitent; and noth-
i ng more ri-tains for tie, tlhan to express my deep
r. ^i- *i1,l .1l il-.. oi -ur..J- -i -lidih.q between -the,
i... ..... il, -, alri ,ead i .i i- ii should be
it., 1 -1 i 1 i i1i v -ighty -i' i- ii..--i which in-
i .. ..i i:r. is and i- iji.nii'i of the two
-' .. -i' I-', h3 ui-itions offhumin, as uncertain
in their principle as dioubtiul in their application.
I 'ii.i.- e honour,,sir, to renew to you the as-
iiir ii tX ty high cnniideration.
A PAGEOT.

'No 12.-AM J1.. ,.., ,;, Ai'. .Forsutlh.
['rRTh.StrLAITON.] ,- .-

r II it.-'n Mr .I'.,r: Tn, %..',., .I- j. :. I TN
,'i r "1h ",? Ill. ii ,,Ir nur 1,. ,nr ir.,lii .ii.'; I,, ,,,,j
it.t! "n conseq- u n it, of' .. i,. ill IM r Bl.iili,,
illi. E irr,'s G ,i, i:ituii ,T nil I vi i.',i I n i dti.- t.-
In diin I1:. e irt l.hr .l'i_'h' ir J -\lrr- c ..,
Il- M ajesty nr.jr iii.- if .ci. rr.i 1tH ,.i tle LUn.i.-d
S states. i *I ,'ill, ther,:l.r i ,; iinint-iiiii el.i I. ,in
lile preparai ,,n- Itr inV t,-iurn 1.i i fine':-; LiII in
thir- ii,-ri time, i tlii nli proper to clain the pro-
t cit, i.-f the Federal Government during the
%iirto.I t hich I may consider it necessary to re-
.in1 in the United Stotatts.
I hiv'- the honor to be, with the most distin-
g.,.-h-d consideration, "
Sir, your'.most humble and (h-.,lie,',i i inlt,
S ." .\. fPAGLOI'.

*No..13.--Mr. Fursyth to M. Pog"'u..
S,. DF.PA'AwritENT O6 "ST.. c .
X W a-lih utin, .ilni i, IJ'. .
iVr'ATr r.tIoNsP PAGEOT, &c -
Sui: I hIaive the honor to acknowledge your
note of this day's date, i,, which you anriounbce
lhaityou have the ,ri- r ,'I tiii G,..,,r nr tri .alv-ii
in consequence oi .lilt i rn.cill A.' ['Ir L ,ii ii.. ,
i,,, .i idi- ie cltaracterofCl' itr-.- d'.Affairesofthe
K;ng ..fFtnce near tlhe Government of the
_iiteli Smi,...s The protection of'the Federal
Government is due, and will,.of course, be ex-'
tended to yont, dtiurin tlhe time necessary for your
preparations ton return to France.
sin, si'r, with great consideration, your obe,
dient servtiint JOHN FORSYTH.

PKEN',SYLVAriA.-Tlie Pennsylvania House of
Representatives have appointed a committee 'to
investigate Freemasonry. The late Governor
Wolfand'John'Neilsoni'.being siinimmoned to at-
ienl as.switnesses, refused, to attend. The'corh-
oiltec th:in i.-r,'d i resolution in the House
i.) !'vC thi in rt'iih.,,t N'.to c" opel the attendance
if i ine -,- fits i-rsolution was debated two
or three days in the House, and wi-s ri li, adopt-
ed by a votebf 59 to'25,.
SGovrnor W.V.f, on lI,;r.,_ iutiinir.ned to attend
the investigation, sent tlre f.Ilhowiig letter in re-
ply : ,'
Gentlemen :--\n answer to a writ of subpoena
directed to, and requiring me to appear before the
committee of the house of Representatives, to
whom Wvere referred the petitions ofdivers inhab-
larn a ;if Peinnyslvaniai, ravingg an investigation
in,., llihe e i ol' tree-nitaounri -
1 must respectfully enter 'my solemn prelest
:Mh-, t-i ,,,iuii itee of the House, or'.the Il-i.,us
,-.li," r.,.ss.i.nnt ny aulinr'i,,,' under. the Con-
slilullion to cause a Citizeni to appearand give ev-
idence before's .l-. I ,',i.iiiii. -C touching' such a
e-i--.. fln Tin ,.-.r,.t ui ,.,n i;' p lieil ant i .I
.l-r'ti"ry '.' -f lie pftrer ,ni\ -' ritt ,f ie pF-ople,
itil lii [l. .t ,i.is r' p i',lorm ltlhe rtiilv',-;_ ,Af
h." I- ,,- ri of' this- ro ilorin e lallh, I ch neeie -r
i,, i ll ii, ',-., i o inn illil d lipj ,in i i sicrr-d re.-
.i-sitt-.'.n, ltl ..u.'ir incr p ..jt n, t.i -l-i r lt a o s- onri
a .etctiin -[f i? p.inciplei. \\ ht arti-le if
.:i thuli ..o ,:l:,l- th tiihe houte itlit pow er n in.
iiilits? such rin invseiit.itti-n What article of
Ihlit ariertlcId n-t,'umr nit f-irbits the per.p.:- from
riL,:,tiaing r r.igieher in pursuit ,If li ir own
happiness .
If the asaociation'is criminal or in violation of
any principle of the constitution or laws, the
ir1.je :i rd ntniner of suppressing the unlawful
combination :must be in accordance with the con-
,stitution' nd'laws.. l.i.haveyet to learn that an
mnqii:t-.in ,[t ,hi'se -hrine the rights, and liber-
iIt. ,11 itr c'lz~ i .ll ire \t o L1 invad,=d is aurl'l,.,ri.t, d
Li i lie prlii p{i.lei t i r onir in-iitlttitris ; rsr .tilt rin'
p-mipr-x.i-b h.,,. %ltclh a en;z-rn ant bie coeiced
ii, i.,, ? '-r-.ini .-el-.,tr-e rltny trilit nal rt for atiny
-.CI Er.L ..li r lhuit tle investigatiln.of m nillt'- ;it
itC.iCs_- : -,- :tn Ihe riL l i..f" p,.rn-t. r *1 l llir.'i
t\\'tI. i it i ri v--li.rt-.,rn in mluit -d ty t Ih. i. 'r.
i l t i, i t i a ,: hl n r i tl r ,.. l ; I ic d ,- t '.1t a i, b l '- T
officer, the power of coercing the aiii-enridiie ot
witnesses is unquestioned ; or wherever the pro-
ceeding is in obedience to the Cnsiluiltiun h, lut
b-Y..i.il thi,! instuurient, which isi lI. only sal'-
ituaild of ihe rights of the people, the-y ,vnr-t g,
I.- If it was or is .unlawfulfor men to associate to-.
gelaher as masonwa, let him who violates the law
t.ide t.he penalty ; yet punishment-should be in-
ri...--d only b H the judinenrit if li pi-,r-i' and the
liws. of IlI-. lind .Anici-n., ihe indt f.,-it-,le, inlinr-
Itn I' }i.tl :.?'e, red tio ?.'?r' ll.i.-'rn, ile tli"o e of
rn ^ r i{{i,, a I1 p.-...,dn .- reputation,'-when this
.',, it and important right is to be assailed, it be-
l.',.,v;-6 ih in tntn wl'hoi.' r.npuaiiion ie-" i tl,- pri .trat-
:I,! to guiiar i ,jiini ariy anrid e'tr t in ,-l inenit of
.ll tis te iuns ,f, i l'eunc avatl,,ilte tL. him by thr-
c.:.n l-it ,'tinn. i. it po-ilbe that in this country
tfequiil ri:.-lits, thatbecause a.inan'at one period
i.f hi, lil- sW' is a tlile tu-b r If tiue rasonic order,
hi I. [.us be pl.ioc .J b-'v...,d 'he i:-le .,'the laws and
prosecuted and persecuted as an'outlaw ? Estab-
'liah the principlesas to this peculiar society, and
a pLr,-.idnrt is formed wiltich" may, in the course
of Iime', rea.'-l It v \ry eligi-.us d-romniailion :ir nsi
sociation V'i, l.le Ihe _,eat prin.,fle s Ii,'l, de-
dares that "no human authority can in any case
wihatever control -or interfere with the rights of
conscience," as well as that hitch proclaims that
tall men ta.e b.-crn ,q-traIy Ieeiand irn-i:. pnid, hi,"
and there'i' iii end t,f liberty. It i.1 ai tlhe tin clh-
6od suctliths'sut ptpibna isf power m'ust'be combated,
arfd I must be excused for declinitig to lend my-
selfa wullin. intitnint to gratify-an idle.-curi-
osity, rcr t,, ,.biiiisier ti tie pryirng ir. qi.-diieincua
or superstitious prejudice and inrorurice on Ihe
oneuhatd, or the designing artifices of reckless
ileiii.S- .ltiil-nm t'in Ihe ri? her. In rn'oui,, lug I dh .
.,lln iionr I delrii m ill inlenition .,I disrite-p,,'. "i
the. Iluit cnf R5 preciliiali\ 1s- 1 il ':,-- ,mnitliec .
ie m alluir-ni6 i rinjoly to the opeimaiitu eaiitJ!ti tO
-iit: i 'W' ame iridebietd fmr the inlt-rdrd intL-stl-
,2iti .-.1 T hit, Ml ouili e iri li tu tic f '-.s' led prior lo
tnd ni llih- p.m-nod of the ud.,.ltic.n oallt" criInu'
titrn-it em-bsrLid stihin rhc nuniber "il iis men1-
brr.. ritun' cyt ol lie purest paltit ,i and stleitl itlheS.
m-n u-f lt,. ri'solulltn ; men whone mind.- were
deeply imbued wiithi the principles ot cvil liberty
tinid wliose dewr.t-it io the rights' .,ti man had
been sled willi their Llood.
Vi.ihlinrt a ,tliese patl nits were in larding tlte
r;tliit_ 1f the citlten, we find no provri-hn in our
,e't.,itJiiujiun or laws, prohib., ing ,he ex,_tence el
idchi altloicti sfins. In every c-.unlry where [lie
pe,.rle havet rights, whicti .ire naltowledyfd
by tlie gsverninetii, tho ruglit ot'i.ira,,Ci.itou hra


_~_~_ ~____ _____ __ __


,, ,. ... .. r"J.:, J1-. 1 -,^ hi.. ls be3en. a du dglsed boy said
e',i'?i.riTi.,n ,Warm feelings are betrayed on 'o .........., s.til n ,,s eitejutaO y sair
both sides.' The excitement here is-. considera- T .1 JF.. i .:.l t 'ii i u .. r, lr.:r-L. i.]: J
., i ii i i r u-ti''- i '.: i i i-il i.: n .
bie, and I know not where iti may .,rni;icre. if I ., ii... .. ,,.. s.uttni i.... i- i.. Ht,,, r dale
am to judge from the interest all seem to take in 'herecof, ,..-.,.liu.. in I'-.
"E ,.\ m '.I-fi It i- t'RWOOD, '-, ,rdian.'.-
this matter." Providence, Dec 2sth. 13B i iSr MT -
O AE. IMPOITANT.1'O A3. It,%FAC'1 'RERS.
.FOESAI.,LSLi. mEfi iNT l,'''l \\ I t Si I-TIh .u4h-
SAl. the village of VWickfordd a conven- i.,, h, a,; cr-.t.1l. ,,Ii .,,l Liilr_. Pit.nr,
tent t,,, '.. ,. -. .. .. i-,. house, on a lot,70 upon an improNu -j 5[ ,F:i ,.I .t-,,,F,,,-,i.t ,it O -..
Si 12Ci lf.:. i e,,t crib 14 feet square, liqueCotton W hipper, nio .i ,:ri. i,, iII n,.,ta,-m ,-.,i
atid a g ool mle.. i N li'-d I I .t water, and .a num upon the ost .advant .:., .r ...i r i.-
her offlute ruit tt it. 'i. djutnina said 1holupon 1[lie um"'0- nr- ..-u,.- n-- n i.
bier f.file fruit ir i_ t.. \1,-, adotmbn sa ied lot cdedly superior to an .;.in, i _---. Th -. ,h,.se
is anotherlot4-',1 ..:r. ..1r': ,,. a stable, chaIse "nuimed miachume is warranted to open the Cotton
house, if-c. all handsomely situated and in goodre- better and clean out double the quantity ofdirt with
pair. It thi above property is not disposed of before less waste of cotton than any of tlih w ..i .r,ltre v .
time first of March, it will be so*'. ", F-.. '-1 W Whippers previously ofibred to the -..lI.o I a-, sr./
For fu'rtherparticulars, inqui're.o: U.N.,. R .1MI 11 -I, of the best materials and i. iI ,,--i. ;t.r. rur .-he, a "
uit JoNi SItTH's, rear of Angel st. Providence, RI. s hort notice. Orders by ni ,......i.i -i..,d !.
d"-15 i1' .,, Llr,"irN (-I.S.,OtOQ?'
FARM FOR SALE. Day Ville, Killingly Cenr,.. .,i, \ui,-,
.tL-n For sale1 a Farm siiualed in the'nown of .. '. .. '
Si l opi'linfilul, well proportioned forKiti .....Pt,,. '" ", ~n"" 6 ,
PL. L.. g'l imgh an-i -r., u intiLJ, -: .... -I, To wi.:.,n ;i iF .ini.:. it--I i ., ii,., i L,:ie .
ii.il ri aid un ie r, ,r lit.J ,i,1 r.., ,: ,aip.-- i: ..., '-.i -.,Ih i, \\' | P-I i It, 3o in it u .i t-s of
d r 1' ,n i ,ated :. ii ',r. .ii r .r- J ii. 1. In. i i ..,,i.J 1 z leased with the .design. I _have
h f .j i, -vl t r, o lne r.. nI t l-r l,. I,! h,: : ,,r i ,. hi ,- ,-i li ,--., ,i.,,r;1;i,. colh nle
ii.- ii-.i.' 'n t'. ~ ti,- high:, il ..... ,,,, .i iu ..,, ,I interest, amind b lieve i 1... L',: .. = ", ll i;, li,.hin l' r
P, ii.t-uli .,, i- -i' i Iil .. 1-.1 cleansii., i- i -. :i. ii n i-l and opening the cotton
.,i\. 1-,,1 iiii,,- .- .... ,.,sa of the T., '-ii and nicely .i lih .-i- .,. .


i-'. i ii V II '- .. it'1,.,,r..m- nd a tal ii, l'- rom
il,. r'i, ci.:, -j '. Itj ,il'J Ir "ir .'i Norwich to W forces
,r, ', tI i,.l l i -r< itl- un *i man who wants to
u-lNi, -i i *' ,l ul,(.,rl ;: I lan.i'. Said farm contains
about 135 acres, is will wooded, ith I,' ti-i.:.n i-.
pileasant and desirable, and itnmay LI b .:--i i, 'i-.
f.r ,:nih F.-ir further particulirs in ... -i Ih. ;ui:..
?i..riL, r, lnuir near the premises. -
L EMUEL WOODWARD.
PlIninfipld, Dec 19 6m 't12


EfiUNEZEK 'L; P S. I-find it well spoken of by ii..--, h, t..e it.
This n,- ,-r ,,i i i,..i- nt I ;i ,.r ,r,.:mrn--Thatr
I have in i-i i".:.,,.. 1illt u ti, lliris, 2' n. t(, i.one of
Lurc n Oi ,,--'- V',iii .;,i.. '- i .,iii, '.. r \\M I.-,ring
Cotton. I am of the opiminii in.;inu I i1 mii- r to
any Whipperl have ever seen in operation-it cleans
out more sand with less waste of cotton, than any
othlier Whipp.r I blave ever seen, and am of opinion


__. .. -, ni is worthy .ine attention of ,.otton Minrutaclur-
OTCE---The Commissioners of the Asylum. ers inl- general. ASA ALEXANDER.
N fur the townof.North Providence, will I...c.ii Klingly, Sept t7th, 1835 rT3i n28
sealed proposals from persons desirous of ot:,r.i)'i'. .
the Town's Farm anld taking ,.-r h. is: fl. oor, tor TO ll'.
one year from' the first layot Aj. il i ..'J. Said pro- The RlItenburg estate si'luated nc'-,r i1ri.
i.', ,-' ,-jr i6 it. d to eith r *of the Comnlis-- J'. ville, within .two'niiles of the P.,' .,'.e-,
..,,:i. b. I..,. S ltnrdlev. the 5th of March .. ,. ,,:;.,, ..,f .. factory two stories high
1,.^ 1 .i .., ih,.. ,1 ,l ,:.:, a, r the A sylum at 10 ,., .i ,i .:.,. ...-. ..r, [ r f1 1 ...'. 1 -,. i,... : .iu.U ,, : t
o'clock. A i for. t.: t iu :,, ,p ,t"ontractitng. [ .,.r ;,i ; t'.r,.: -.tI L ri'dJ i..ur I Ii, l .. i:._i & C.-
SFor the Commissioners, he place.is well adapted lor a bleach or.dye house,
S R \. T' ,L J ,. .-. r ,, ,,,,..; ',,. =1,..,..., r .:.il,,.i ,, ,,, ,,( h,, ,,, ,.,, ..re. ",Id "
Nl T' l'Fr 'I T i--.- l ... I J i, .- i..,. .'.l: -scri'pl on i., 2 i- r ... ?' I .. .. -i'. % ears
.. : .- b M essn' ,. J &A r lr F'.*-
eral partner, and-DwAD-n VAN ZANDT-It spreca- 'l.' it.,,,'t*tt*' -,; '0,_ -GitEE;. N.- 52
riartn r, on the ltth day orMt 835, t this v Ar- ,i *, H A Rr.. c. Ni r '. *"-,-' :,ir ".
dissolved livnittunal consci, Ttr.i. lIu -; :., ,i.- d r f
1.1 ,,t .. .Iwil be settled by G. .-;.' H,'i. .* HOUSE AND )LOT FOR SALE
.,,,. ". .GEORGE L WILLARL.' a Thie subscriber fishing to leave Prnv--:
EDWARD VAN ZANDT. dT denee, ..olffers for. sale his House and Lo',
Ne'w York, January 41th, 1830 J ;L.n Cartenter street, on Federal Hill. The
_, ndersiged ha 'gen t lot measures 5 feet On.the front, by 160 back-a two
a ..ithe -Iupdcrs.ialed hatt eot.-red into. a iJt -story house, 28 feet front 1y -33, and a good well of
edlt.-.,Si,,.: i.: l..I. ur.-,.-,,[ ... r.. .. ',-LI. .P ..I water within six ieet of the backdoor. Any one
tI.i Ij-tI i. .. J t. .i: *i.1 t, '\ LL l. wishing to purchase, will call at the house, or No 57
I tl i .'h.: I.i --., .i.- ,, i ..-. .t,1, ,. ,ti Hih rt-,.'et. SETH BAKER, 2d- )5 mTtf
nes'-, i *L,''-,. L t 1 ii i.i ....' ,It : .r.: V. 'tm .: ol the' Or s TE
ctvy ofNew V...i, ,ire the generYl ri ,' i ..J FO. ,SALE
EDWARD VAN Z.,..r, also of saild c -". i,.': 'f.. II 5 A House and Lot containing acres, pleas-
partner, and -,. Ii ,lil .' iitrbuted to 1I,:...,iii'... iL anlvy s-ituated in Plainfield, Connecticut, on
stock, T I I_' I,. ... Dollars in, _G i Ihi- ithe IIrIpillke road leading from Providence to 'Nor-
. -If i. ,ii ,,.II.. i.. I ....f I,.. d -tIe hereof, which, about one inije soulh of'the Plainfield Acade-
,Il ., i, ... ,ii, i.t ,,,ii ih.- .ui i. ,i i. -it Jan'uary, my-(said house and lot formerly belonging to Oapt
.: i i...,,_,,,J ..-. i i.1 i l,, .- rt ,I i..,i Edw ard Clerk.)" Said house is two stories, high;,'a
I'Fi_.t.I. L I'I I.ARD, good Store, Barn and out houses, all in good repair;
If-tE-' ;[.' ', 1;.- ] -. i ian excellentI stand for a merchant or mechanic. It
l'.l'\ if [' V'.i'. Z INDT. will be sold'a bargain. Potr further particulars, Itn-
New York, January 4th, 18356 j8 MT4w iiquire of Willihami Siringer, near th'r riI--. .'r h-
C-.OP.RTNERSHIfP DISSOLVEDni-- subscrsher. If ot sold by the t5lih *,t irt..i n.\t,
JFHE Coertinership hetrto:oe txIlti .. '. eit tiel obe te1d. JONATi-ll Mt\ .t.F.
L thesubscribers, utinder tihe fir n of I. lR(,' Plai field, December30ath, tS35 ItjlMTIM1t5
& FREEMAN. is this day dissolved by mutual con- FOR. SALE;-
sent. The biusitess of the concern will be slttled by A N EXCELLENT MILL SITE, commanding
the undersigned Burrows, at the siore.occupied by about eleven feethead'-and fall, wiih arock-boa-
theni at Natick. ES :P..l.ROWS-' torn, on which to erect a Damt together with let
1j W 3 itli:t.C|.\N. acres of excellent Land, with a n tor.e. and Barn
Natick, January 16th, 1836 j22 3tFMT thereon standii;g, will) or %tiihoti the stock of gob'ds
..... .... .. ri hand. Said property i situated on Yantic
n ATER POW 'ER. River, in the town ofBozrah, oin lthe turnpike road
'TEHE Connecticut River Company tire readv to dis leaden from Norwich to Colchester, lour. miles'
* pose of Water Power at their Canal-at Enfi Id from the flourishing town.of Norwich, between the
Falls. The supply ol water cones from the C-in- two itanuilat uring villages of Yantic and Fitch-
nectiett river, ainl is unfailing. The head and fall ville. Fur further particulars inouire of Williatn, C0
are nearly thirty feet--the distance from Hartford Abell, on the premises. HOS-EA CLARK.:
is twelve miihs. Daily steam boats an-I f,.:.i'ii Bozrah, (Conn. Dec 28, .1835 jtl MTSt*
treight bosas.pass to and biy this watet '.,'. ,- hTIC
The locatiion is pleasant and in a good neighbor- N OT--ICE--- .. ,







riinn ticiti r 1i .I i t l hc I L ,l L I.Nl, ELi
I .t,- -. n,,,n A L FRI. E D u .MI.-lli .i- -- R o.. ,- rt,.l _.' n,,n ,, r ,l i, TI -,I



'RIlNTING INK.
,I,-, ].r"L ]i ,,ti t. r cl, i.r h ',i. inoi 'r i'- l ,r r,,o ht.,,It [|IiteIi. ',ri t'l, lin 'l'S //*l*" ,0.r
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ur~ .n ...l...n "I : *r I.c., ".. c.. ....: ..,v ir-.-i A 1,tPlll ] | *l ": 't 1 1 ll.


lh, ll;-r..|"i'L i- J r, h l' h ,II.,ik l i lnrlin/h,,.,i. *.,liVr~ I]1 ], .. {I, I ,., ,,i,, i r'i~ h i .l- l ', li-l.'S r i., C O. ;h
: A i'OTnld, 1 -1,r.sign I,- a A i,. -,1 |i,-, .,f l.i, Pii, iri Itd If. ,ies .al
K in.ston,'January 5l b, t a l' l -. 31 i t. t ..I hi1,, ,ve "itr L
l \ \\ BROWN ldC-it i--) llt .ifp1me U11.T10-R-oo lbs Wester jda airy B.utter .. or salelto
i..Il y, ifo aby :I YLi & O. I b .OCKRAY & BROWN, 28L Wier t, .NE .
,.!it) rIt mifi, \[I.PRI'ED-')SNII '[. Pi/A R -." P, p-,, .I', .lan, ', ,, 1 i '.tl r ,
IPI !NT'I"i,% G INK.
j.N U I IrI.'.-\\I.I C,.=,.. ghr. r:, r,:n d 11If!.h, -pfT l L_ -,,b ,.,'ber" hlij u .n i n i n hi- _,..,i~t:Ja ..:d u ;in -
V,.P ,t bih r-1, rind 15a:,sorilll1. I:.r h11 % ,-nrl.rd X l.r, f I,.ur th- ;11h: .,.1 HII~th. ,- h j.! 1v .k Mlld
uJ c: rltd.lors i .t.r" o,, ah s fr.Jn;id ,'1 .J .. dh ,...] ,\, ,Ir,/;. ei .. {,,.ir r 1ri 0', k.rl, l t, I 1 111r`10 1 lOf
for ib,,. rf .,- m n f ,hJm -i- t~ r,,tI.{ il d 'ill, "11[he Ilitilliu'hllilf I.i ,-
tr rl i .,)t: n :,kc iit nherin,, p."-. 1t', E. 1t No %i1'{.-J "V,',S F. & C 0.
.-i A 1tU rioR u signed;: .. -. )- -o-f : m.,'sP ].fnill 1-,..-,lea
Kin.ston, January 5tb, 1836 -_M'T3%V j.l~t L .-above ",s
T.-,'\X N.1 B R.OW'N q"31 ,; \IP, 0I.,.-:of- prime rUTB--2000 lbs Western 1Dairy Buitter, for soale
U --1 .L,.T y. foPr sale~by W 0 1 .\,l r, OI, by DCKAIBPON, :28 S Witter s f..


_ ___


N, S. -- .V iji_, n.. I rr t Furs i.'I. l Ii1.e ,.3 I 0, 011n th 111111 illi -i ii i oll,,n to in,"
[ tR I i s ITI- ] l)it '.otr.y o la -pt, i'i tl u ,Lic l, I iii J irins iiill l
\W .1. iI|I .-.TC.N, 1.Irune S9, i].V).: I., T"I 11%,'n l 1.l U t foIP, -.I,dl ih, .'i'jina}l w l lnc'i
Tr I!, l.-.ir-i I r F' ,i TTitTrn, i,:.-r iu rt oi'.i'a-lt i,;,'- :,.J'i, .- eI ,ti t.. r in in li, i hi. .-I Jun,, 1. I.b .,
i Iieh e ce','ved. tle I-lier t 6,-h i t-u ,i.' Itis ev'teIlenr'r tl.- hu .-h r ,ii F.-" L Ig',, A,.iirt i
,,ie r I n l. ]i~lll~l i1 di-, t I:, m e th r ,J v rinid b\ I w%-1111.i.---rk, -:,r. lo disn l-r' i'f.-Im ,u Ihe
t"it., Ii 'ii ,.'.ii,1riivncie In rille. for II"ii, if.-iin a .Sl i.r hliii ,i1 pr.,iJuc.d in ti1- bhi ite ri.urn otl'J
i-' o II n G "i'e tnni l ii e r .f lit I e ,r Vsnf dIto ii., ir t n c-rv imipil ni 'in tlue present stat I
"Irlcu t virlueol aManct r.f t Congre-. I.fJult.i th rel-,,'v r.r,-I., nthetw.o countries; nieth-
1.h 3 I-., has aappilinleJ IIi,- Mle,,rs d, R..-%- ei ill I un-elijie to reply to the reasons on
ell i.J. Brllri,. it Pir;s, agents t'f r re'CtIwin a. ia licl l I PN itl i itiiiiton ofyoursis based.:.- My
they become, due, the sev-,ial pj3invnis cf the inientit-ui in c.-iii, ioiicating this docuirnpient to
sumt stipulated as indremnifliation by the_con-' y ou, in afurin not only sanctionred by the diplo-
ventinn concluded on the 4th 'of Jult, Il- il. e. "ni", Bic sa-fes of all nations and all ages, but also
tween his Majesty the King of tihe Fit eJ ani the ni.ost direct which I could p.,-Eibi' havechos-
the United States of America. >ei. ias to inalteknrown ihe real dispositions of
I. lost no time. sir, itn transmitting tlhis,.cenimo- my Government to the Presidsnt ofthe United
nicatioti to my Government; and i .etibrace' this Siqtes, and through him tp-G(nngress and, the
opportunity tuo offer you tie assurarence of the high .it,, hirni i.e-.l-,' ; 'conceiving that, in the exist-
consideratiiIn with which I have the ltnnor to be, t- ,tu-i ,ii.n .- fib' two countries, it wasessen-
yoir mtost humble and oubedielt .ervant. iI ti,.i '.iii. Go:, etInnertt should fully cotlIpre-
A. PAGEOtl'. '... ie intentions of the'otlier. The consider-


niul I.e,-n qlpil-i..nr-iJ--t i Cr, nli iii.-n .1. --
i.-L- and -I i -. il ii it it i l, ,ll,-i ', i-i i- u isu it .- '
[ir i Ile u i I -cl lh .itu sl, h -r, 1't ie i., i I L.'r.,II,|
i ili unln Jer, and i-. b. I -r.tI ,, iiit u-,T.-r i I. i t-ir
in contravention ol any law. ]1 i1h n n.:. I I, li
h'-rn i i;..li,d, why call 6h.o an ihti,,i t ii -I ,'.-
E iJuince t,-.uehing ti la liil -.1.5 ,..n' i if iin
lawful why call u*pon him to .c-itn -, hrni!,-If,1
And why compel him to violate a confidence.re-
posed, under the penalty of imprisonment if he
refuses to sacrifice his linonor trid his rights. :, ,
The Masonic institution, so far'as mry. knowl--
edge of it extends, inculcates obedience to tIhe
laws of the country, and the practice of every
moral virtue congenial to the precepts of the
highest standard of moral excelleince-in all its
priunciplesi4 is entirely unconnected wilh the ho-
litical conflicts of the day. So tar as 1 am ac-
quainted witlh'its objects or its designs they are
,essentially elcaritable, aud I nm free to say that it
never can for one mom6ient have the slightest in-
fluence in elections or in judicial proceedings,
unless prostituted from all its original purity;
.and 1 have no reason to believe that the members-
of that society are less pure in morals, or less pa-
triotic in sentiment and action than any similar
number of other A rnerican citizens.
Entertaining the highest respect for lhe House
of Representatives, and for the committee ema-
nating from their auth'ority,'it is with reluctance
I amn constrained by principles coeval with civil
liberty itself to question, the- power claim-
ed,as in direct contravention of 'constitutional
rights, and an infringement of principles on
which rests the-foundation of American liberty.
Disavowing therefore any anid every, tihe re-
motest intention of disrespect to the I-Hounse of
Representatives or to the committee if its ial-
pointmtent, 1 feel myself bound by considerations
of duty, which: I owe not morime to myselfindivid-
ually, than to the freemen of Pennsylvania gen-
erally,.to resist by all lawful means every en-
croachrient, tinder what pretence soever t Ilie same
may be made, upon thle right of conscience; ev-
ery attlempt, however specious, -to abridge tihe
privileges of the citizen, or to infringe in any the
siglightest degree upon the liberties and inimuni
ties of the people assecured'to them individual
ly and collectively l-, i ill, .-i'.-'iti,.n
IA nd I. l; ld I ,- -. i .- ,' ,il i, .:'e,-ir lyi r.-
peat-ntv h i' i-,.i cdiairist .....IJ iite.lt r, i, the
r'12l0 .,I il,- ..ni' 'I. -, oh' i,- H... i ;li, or of
any other tiumanr power-to interfere 'with u iny
constitutional rights as a free citizen of the State
of Pennsylvania; with my i .ish-:- as a free
agent, or with th- tindujt.ence ...I m i predilection
to form such :i-:si-i' iin..-, notw prohibited by law,
nor violttng any ir'vision of the constitution,as
I may froI itme to time think proper-or to in-
i ir.-'-gil,': m', concerning the same, or to compel
i. t.-. -in.. -ier in any wise in relation thereto.
I1 therefore respectfully decline ',uir;-(.-uu tbr-
fore the-committee as required by iih- .ohl..i-',,
I do ih;, iili ii.- less. reluctance as there are nu--
m iruu, t-i hr nor-nibers of ihe. association both in
and c-ut ..I Ili.- House of Rfpreipntitrves, 'ho0s"'
;in ,.., l-d~ e ,*n lih,- iurlj. ei ,l ,ii i r i, ;I, ) d ,j..l: Il- i.-
-ie'h iii -.I- anei r Jt, i-s in,- u.iiuhtte than lrny own,
ri. ii hu u-u i',u l au r i t i:du ,- ii-.r pa;d i. i- h'riii -,'i
1. Ill,- ,n.I- ,.i lr l ai ; l ii il'l en ( r I". ii I-"- ir i
and Who itp.ossibly differ witih me i,- ih- ,'pi..--,
in regard to the constitutional l-ri;,i.:tih which
1 entertain.. -
Very respectfully, .
GEORGE WOLF.
HARRIrBati.uG, Jan, 11, 1830.
The correspondent of the United States Ga-,
zette, under date of Hat'rrisburg, Jan. 14, says:-
" Thle great absorbing question with' us, at pre-
sent, is thle right of -the Legislature to inquire
into Freemasonry-or rather, lte right of the
House-to compel the attendance of witnesses for
thliat purpose. This question is discussed by old
and young-great aind sruall-in every 'hle and
corner in and about our town, this is the topic of


PRuBATL Nt)TICLS. _


EESTAT Or .T.r,;' i S -.' ,i ,,'T
F-'\i r ,!.. ,\,F,,,,n. ir i...i on ih': ,.., iv of .
^ '** i l -* I'*I '. I P .: f i. .,.. j.. .,- r, d.. %S.J :- d...d
il' i ... i [C I ..'- I? r tJI r,_ -,',:, a .ri ,J 6 i" ati.d I%
;l ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~r -J I,-n I c "d. ; illll i. r l.li ]', din o
the uventysuxih' dal ui U i .1 i.n-, ii oi -tt .tii i
" 'cl-eck, A l. fir c c ,-.-l.h i ',.titit i ; I i.tl t,: d
that nutiety theli o i,. i-1.1.Lilii.j lt-,i r iae- iri ilti-
Providence Journal.
jiS A G GREEN-E.'Clerk.
MAluilicipal Court of the Citly of Provideuc',-'
Jn .iu:ry 121.h 18S36 .
S ESTATt ,.8' Ara? DURRANCE.
A N In-trtitcent in irtmn ;, purporting to be -he
.L last WillJ and Testamient of Amy-Dorrantce, }ate
of Pfovituderde, ,ce -ssetd, -.idlow of Jbohi Dorrance,
late of so;iid Prov tidince, deceasi*ed, is presented for
probate: nnid is read, re:cived aud referred.to the'
si.xcretnth day of Febriary next, at nine o'clock. A -
m. lfbr einsideration; anud it is ordered that notice
tihereot'f be published i thrce times ia the Providence
Joural. .-
t118 A G GREENE, Clerk..
Clerk's Ofice Court, i" i i, i.-.h i-;,n. J ,itn,r
.2ittn, [8 l. : .
ALL pcr-ins inter.sled in 'ihe. estate -of H-ams.
A.'x "it ,ui.I. ta ie ,1 tJohilstlu, idrceast.ed, are inform-
aed that an instrument said to he the-last Will and
Teatanieint ,f sani(l dp(e,-aised, is presented forProba'e,
which is conlit-ued lo'the 1:th dnv ofFeli ru'ry next.
Any person s disposidt can attend at 2 o'clock, p
M of tlIal day and be heard in the premises..
j22 pIT__ _.SAM'L:W KING,.Clerk.
CO& MMISSO1 0a'ERS NOTICE.
E sulrecrib is having bi en litpoinliedt iuntis-
-L Ti.'ners on lie prate of EsEK SES-rr, '"ate of'
Warwick, deceased, lierthy give rtilc. lt ,the c"redi-
tors of said estate, hl..t six iiullths from the llt!.
ilay ofJanu. ry ilst. areillowe til then to hbrin iti
and prove their respective clainns. and th-at we. will
nicet for.ilhat purpose o n the first Saturday of July
nec', at -2 o'clock; P m. at the office of James S An-
dros,:n Niatick village. .
J.AMES S ANDROS,
OLIVER PARKERR,
STEPHEN HOLDEN.
Comm'insioiaers.
W-rvidk Tanuary 1'lth, 1836 J21 3\erT
COMMISSIONERS NOTICE -
TFIT bub scribers-having been appointed by the
T i- ,P'.- ,,, ..pr.!, ,.1. lihe tuwno:"Stiitlifield,
in the i.- i .' i. ... Coimttnissioners to re-
ceivea"ind examine ithe claiutiu against the. estate of
OLIVE BicIct.rNI lHti of Smithfield, dcrrerased, rep-
res.'unrd insolvent, do he-rely give .ntice'liat six
months from lie'2(;tlb of Deceniher past, are allow-
-ed,'ti the creditors cf the st.id estate, to Irino tin and
piove the r respcctiv claims, and that we shall at-'
tend fur that purpose, at the Inn of Benjamin L;nd&
sev.'yin said Smithfield, on the 25th day nt June next,
at t o'clock, Pi M. JOSEPH BRIGGS,
CHARLES C.P OLNEY,
DEXTER ALDRICH,
Commissioners.
Smithfiel.l., January 14th, 1836, j2i1 3WmT u

STIN AND SIEET i'i O TOOLS.
TlHE'subscriber coinllinies io ,owr i.t'i ,ur.: [',u.13
for Tin "d S", t "irun VVo ..r.i .\1t ,. P1ti -.
ishers, ...0 ... t ,,..iu other oo 'f..r -,:'..p r r.-',,,
all of which are :- -1 -.. .1 ,I 1 .. i% it., i.l, .A hm-r-
ican market. Si.- rz ii. t l i. i .1- ii ,.i.,-iirs
done at short oitO ... i I. % E \'(- 1i iu it'. "
]Tfer /o t
,JAMES EAMES & Co. Providitnce. .
W J F .L0LD BF .-.. ,, i -6 ,. I
_' r~r ..?l r F' ll., J. n r- 1. 1;. i'itil -
D)A 'NCTNG.
JV!R. M.,A. F.' l I-' I l..i-" ritirn,-tI io Provi-
dence, frciii 'i .ir -:. s .r'ti ni-,nitt.- duli .g -
which i he.hias made i'i, i s iwii.bl.- b '. Jli-:.-,i; i' ,hb s,
.- .i .i i'i of' M usic, i ..--i:ti'uli -nl ri t h-i_ Iiends
i, .j ii- .. p u b lic l h a I-, ,: % 11 m i ,i| i r t :. ,, i h ,e
pieces ob! musit).fnir C .-.i hI.ri i',,- .. LLiti. _. m-
"blp- Dri'"T C p... I ri ,"ti"? A- 1 | ,h ...h..,.
1 I. ii it tir fhiiil.r'- V'iusic store, at the
Fr .,I i,-, -i .. ., ,i '.ienr e, i\b otO H ighl
I.,-r, I. l u i. ,, ,ll ,,, ,i I O. M T n.19 .
GIUARDIAN'S NO'1TI't E-T'l-he unidersigned here-
by it.. iii... that ho has been by the H'on--
orable i..i... -i 'l court of tile City-of Providence,
.appoointed Guardianofth "'..- .,ii :r L- ,,if E-
.zabett Alexander, of said i. i'i t..I F.:trny .\r-