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Title: New-York advertiser
Uniform Title: New-York advertiser (New York, N.Y. 1817)
Alternate title: New York advertiser
Physical Description: v. : ; 52-60 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Walker, John W
Dwight, Theodore, 1764-1846
Townsend, William B
Publisher: John W. Walker
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: February 2, 1827
Publication Date: 1817-
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
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Citation/Reference: C.S. Brigham, Early American newspapers
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Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 26, 1817)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1836.
General Note: Editor: Theodore Dwight.
General Note: Publishers: Dwight & Walker, 1817-1818; Dwight, Townsend & Walker, 1818-1831; Dwight Townsend & Co., <1831>; Dwight & Townsend, <1835-1836>.
General Note: Printer: John W. Walker, 1817-1818.
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Succeeded by: New York advertiser and express

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CLEARED-PII!LADEL)IHlPl U;N.'MJ --A oiso~Crilpt in thn
Ships A easta, C hadw ick, L ondon, C C G r47 'g" O ljn..r -, e, -.,, -h at th m a ,e epih ebrig
wold, tSirock, Nicoll, Liverpool, Hoyt & T iu .'* s* .. i t r. and states thal afiur
~ ~ ~ ~ ij ; rt.., ',',, ...., ,a ver largoecake (t c', tl
brig Envoy, Pv;ron.H, Favj-, 11 Thouis;(l,;;,;^jIL~ S po^'
'prig Le ee) I ('rSO~l enayptai it n lido Ie I l )t in I,d m!. 11 t Nlr c to )reci ur Fl a ut
Cyno, Bakr, Tencrfiae, Van Nuitwick & Mid. chor, &e. diiri.e ilh;ch l! inp G uygteimen blirltxl
ter. t qer. and tolok poaegsion of hutr--ard on [b calna;lil
ARRIVED, :te lia m tecloi"g aloHidctithy were refused ad-
Ship Othello, Allon, 5 daye from Charleston, ,MISSION : at I'-iglh, lriw;cvir, tile ci~litain g., oil
ne" lih'lnt Uslidth n ot i. l/ thl fl it ptba e Tao tlie brig
ith cotton & rice, to G Stutton and others. -' Ie t' a" 1a ; h"allti 11"",1"" ; 1" Ile''-.1"" lji i
Pas. F l t B3ail & servant. Tile ships Preei- Bridgeto n.Join Je 7. -
dent and Empress for NYork soon. A bitter fein a:i tiullemnain o b(,ard tie U. 8tales
Shiip Viiginia, Miller 1aisvfillNOd'l an iph d rl.n larborDec, IS,
w Lh ,...nt..... ; .... ace 1, 1JaW t.....; 1 S ory Iatll I eI lcn;i cdT.TAI n il,.'49i] it d v Itrrt,
Wools, 1''r ,;allagher & M/lasone T Hitch ti"' "Iq1, -'Ol';t Delaware. On iheltieth 1 stpok
-J J Anel.,i Car, 16 cs .Irna Phi. rtd. for S. Jagoda
illfl, *,Clark & Co, J & "i: l. C uba ) i. .
", -'.! .t.'.^N-,'M s itr&. E niihiC N ieore. The Pi I' IAI)3ELPHIllA, Jan. Ire In ien l Dela
shil, A'zeiia, W ibray, arr. 71. ".The brig Bal- ',reon the '-dth in 't. hiadl l)ikcn up ns far is Ti-
ile Sailed thie day before, the brig Ciiteriun for idnin. Tticll pr Bol ,my, fi ol] O hbad anrip!or-
H,,vaw a i ..Co. left 1h11 city on the 9Ol l an iI 1 ,, lllc l,;]l, citrest o.. i. the0d' The cuigs
t ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 9h ;Il o3 ,1 itbasr u f MrN a eotunt FlsydI_.l bnanti )-red Ill C e Blay,
the U .l .li. Left, brigr A ribusag for N. 0 b up'p' sU '' bme Licitly, or the Ol w', A bli'g
York, 3 days.; Fdnvard, BBeeny, for Phiad.v 'asroaorted to hbeataunhbr oil tbe.95th -th, oi'er-
d C). Passed in the river, 36 ,hlps, brigs and fall. (r G nt qnatuii tlp'n icr l drilling.
b-chrn, all bound p,. PwTa.ed at tile bar, sbip 11ICMH''N'D, Jao "'n. 2-E errd, ship Carolina
aridienn, JolfBaeltimore, 8 days front Kingstons, 'Au.itanpivit d', risinili herl.
aiaer" M S rFt sK, Jan."- Noi- arrival t dn ay.
ad at, S < > i g ones Sail read yPig 1; .leprize, lirit Madia ; Sli
SNip Adeline, ichardson, of Port'.an. fin IAtinair o,,r Thoa r, 6 .dy venp
'.Orleens, (lelt city 5ti and the alize' 71, l5th r l.il.. "" Ike bri g T anl3e 5 oudrm d
with sugar, cotton, hitles and lead, lo J. o.B "" It ) "" "
b .Holl"8 Co. Tol i.cott Ly r.'' rg Go) tIt I.enryan- 1-Arr. ship Alexande, -
P. .mi)' J. & ". W. Field, B. L. I PWoolieY. ro, FretoCruNewva d, da ysa:'ke he11r r
Pcr en.ers., Messrs. Stark, White, Judso brig do.pexico, tr0h.- foreared, 'iwas,'a ; rt, delast, Itle a h
and disl.;r. Sailed in co. brig Jones, Leach.foru )e. ready for J,,it tt .. ieo B ta r
N. Yorkd; brig, Ann, Bertry, for do, Ist inst. ldii. g anami, lomas. NYork, 6 day
1l5t, oil'Hie TorLu-l'as, spoke brig S hily-Ad]n, ,,P. '-' j." 1;- 1 P..aoui, "'ne ,12daNs.-
froni N. Orleans, it, Charleston. Leif, 5th, -1r 1~' O 1,e-. ,rt.oke brig Spartan, 35 hours
ships Corajfor.fef~trtfn, soon ', 1I,.i I or N. Clear porifr niqie
York, N .. ofPoran, IX ,.io. do. ; 1, I l la s, 9hGtot: & r- Hery Baker, Btinr t .
Got v.,,.,e d, do- ; bruins Enterprit I eox Frecto, ; ^ Si ,*id "" a k'"
lor til c.,.,'. for (to. (to. ; Mexico, for Mth,-clerd, r.;w, lavorite,lan'drews, HavrQ
do~do ; A n,^ ync, Io.- do. ready : Arclu- I~r. hig, -1. r Lin., verpool, 13r. selir Raniii-r,
rus, for do. in.- *jays ;Statira, for tin. do, Had"soni, I
I.Oui sianal fo;-'- do. ,Hercttles, ior-Pi'la~d. WMNI lNGTON. Jan 13.-Arr. Momry, Give-n, X.
soon; Howar;c-' st "; United s. I -s, or Portland, Line. : stil l') r FxM rt.; scrit n DdVis, Udo; NoitnStar,
I.iilbernia,or -"",ore, soon. Ship John Ad- Goad.
ares, forPlli., l-d 4lh. EDENTONJan. 1 -\-Arr. schs Two-Brothers,
Ship Mary Wiic- Allen,-of Portsriouth ra" Ghml"ceoer ; jo!lector, NYork.
N. H. from N.Orlelins, and 17 days from, He &te,...'eT...r. ," 'or ,'
e I W*-O,11,I.ANS, lDcc. qG.--Cleared, brig Call-
Ralize, witill cotton & tobacco, to S. H-olmes, mu,^ rilooB *vnnah -Lat'^e"ed thi morning c?'1
P. !emsen, 8 Co. Gallagher& M mason, T. 1- Pl- Suprxir,NyRk ; schr Uoshiot Packal, Hie;:rlVoioa
& Cr& o. H. IV. Fiel, G. .V. &l.Bruen, Cruz; shipsou oian, in NYoik ; Jubl ee, (do ; Gul.
G. Milne, W'illians & Rogere, Scribner & xsI (to ; brig tHercules, fn 1Phllad -Arr. vst.-idar'
Hitchcoek, Lawrence & Kecse, E. & Hj,Aver- '--. 1 pois tiv Stark, hnthe imalize.--stfi sll ,'ii-
ill leyd, uburg & Bvrne1, C. Purdy !Cu. 1yrilda Robinson, Baull sbl )Crescent liatl-
Paoe..g.r. Col. S. ig;t nd lady, c. New ."` 'Y tsmritb"h; Marygliowlai.d Toniplikch.avrc;
O. 1-1... . barque Pair, Cam~pbell, Bo.,ton.; brigA HopeLow-
O leans. .Left, 8lh. brigs ,cean, for C %o%- j "i a'n6 a', M a ; "laga <*. li, f la Bordea Ul y ses,
~. -- "P.e r v, i r u ox4y s
York, next day, ;ForeIst tand rida, w..it- 'Nons,, J sJamaica ;Naguru,
Frei gh "e o. t at the Ba ize. bualed in co xip imr ) S icpl o, e iverpoul 1alrB ur, Bit e, e do ; Bet-
W ill au, elti,, fr Litvrp ol.. Brig l Del- .. .J.,,n ... ... .,:r,. W aIleil Buortun;
ta, Kni. ght, for Boston, saifed the day .v e_- .... ', i :, ,, i nous, Hol'ridqe SK.
f o r e 2 .r ] ; l .3i )u i"ia n a l a m i N :r ,.; A c "
N, ..,; q hq',,.. ~v ,("' ......... ... T; k :~n "Il o h, i.,. ,onolo In ewboiuyport ,'; ,dry Ani Bll rr
l y- Sarah Thornton, Dickinson, 166-fioan "' ibypcri ; M ay nn t
M obile, with cotton, to J A Pa: ker /bo grt. & I ,' i a"y "-" ( cr- "h. Au 3-"
o s r.l *i" f-MitoI aK, (Ca nnett, ostlot Jan 3
K~neeiand, j G Pearsun & Brothers, Sbebbibin" -, il ,Ar,-:i 4ft)h, arr. brigs Paulna
k Brower, J Thompson, -Keeler &t Freet"ian, .I F. .. ', e" G'rrnoc 'biar nir )
it. & 1- Haight, H vf Hall, G Iuck, Keee" i & %evks, Boston ; Wanhiinglon, Boyd, (;a-dliner
,amun Bloeoin & Wiliiain." Left the 12th c allotte, )ofsion ; -lin;., Thom'psono Liverpool
ship Jalir-Blossomn, henc jutt arr; Falcon, Crlin:,e, 'Phinny, Blt.b; Su. -& Sar Writer'
r" irr, .' .* .* l i li,. thnitt..i m ].. 1 : "ure,i Porltland ; schrs Minerva,e St. Thomas ; Ilo-
.. ,, .- = *[. ,..., ., ..o, riiA, Trinilad -8t, slill, Ar.eli Vibrav, NYork.
ahip %, ,, .. b,,..,lorN.t oik ].i3ds; brig C nies l 23d ; ships Carhl:ri io.n, Hlavre; Nes-
,NulI 'll. do in t;i Mobile, do; Mary Cole, do; tol'l Gautier, 11avre ; brigs Francico, MSnudia, Hava-
-,,hip Elizat Jai'., for to. lending; cl Catherine, Ia %file, Hatc"h, Charleston; schs Exch"ange, W il-
for St M'ary'-; brig Clio had mlIied f .r Havana t ... era Cruz-; B lo)n, Gioket Havanav E
Pas ,ed NB the River several vi ssels bound up I ;:at Rio.Gra,>, "r., 1..,,b, ff)p rount W allet.oil,
i 1- 1 ( i ." ra.c es, Liverpool; -, rgs l Hiartmony, Roas,-ltiver-
Spoke kil, of" thle Tortugas, ship Illitnoi, pool; lenry, Brown, Ynrk 1 28.11, shipblofl
a ltein'au, lhence. .\d nis, Irleudorson, Pbillid ; brig HenriettaHSleepnr,
Swedish brig John Albert, Mansien, 80 ds Havre. 3Mtl, brig Jane, N Voik. 3an. 3, brigL),dia,
Fin Sto".kholi, with iron, t6 Boorman & John- Copeland, Charleston. 50j, brig Ann Wayle,aiBh-
$ton. iUasa1 N York.
stun.r vnin In le 'iver-Ships Aurora, IIa-ey. Liverpool '
Brig Atl.,ntic, eTmmint, O, Gardiner, Me. Lewis, Barn-e., do Sisan, Barker. J3naln ca ; rit '
I(Iss !'i Chl.rlestoe, will) cotton and ri t, to Union, Lord, St Olitiatopher; Feliciana, Giavi,
order, H Coilt, Bernard & Macey, It SouIc, Gibralar ; scht Zeno, Jain;ea.ii
1 & fl AvLrill, 1) Trumbull, W Taggard & Arr. at Ilith Balize, Dec. 30, brig Superior, Jonese,
Co. On Saturday last, 16 leagues S.h; of'the Liverpo ol; SaunaitanJacksoi. Kih.gston.
Hook, spoIt schr Leo, lience ir %% ilinington Orftlul. Bar, brligsEIl~z, f.n Bremen_; Thou. Par.
"- fl.* rr)ni, til ijverpool ; anti sllp Comiet, fin do,
Brig Niger, Luce, of Boston, 34 days ile l Ih, brig.- Union, St. 'I'Loaoas ; Eliza Bremen ;
Bordeaux, with brandy, wine, &ic. tu o ur- SCla John Richards, Havana ; Zeo, Boston ; Pa-
toil, i'hreen & Low, J. Gaillard. De ILhain trim, Hlalt ; inPontona, Kcy-We.t: ship Marhli
& Moore, G. R. Aigal, Piace & Soihlllrd Botton : br;g Union, <'hnile9tlon Tlhiomis, Liver-.
G'oodhnc & Co. J. Iurand, B. Doru, D. B. pool; shlip Eug-ne,, N'Ymk.
Dash, J. De Ituyter, Boucuiud & Thebaud, Sailc,[, schr lHope, brigs Abby, Saralh Ann, Bar-
T. Lacost, Gallaghier &ason, J. Bousqlt, "moly, sh)ills Brooklyn, t_,harle-Adams and Witu ll
T. Lcost Galaghc&Masn) J Bouqu, ) %Vo!hts~en. 3F.;:lofl'thebar.
L.F. ,,.:ze&, Co. passengerng. Left at N \,NBURYJ'ORT, Jan. 24a--The Po.,tsei t
Bortil-J-. ;.-: Dec, ship Huntress, Briggs Advc,!rtiour says theit harbor is ai open and eaafrit
of Nt, ,', *'r'nm NOrlolns, to sail for do. fronobislirac:lon by ice, as in sunmaer vewI.-Is cal
1st J'n. ; ;gs l Reindeer, Knight, of Cumber- run in and pass n ) to the wharves without ith-least
land, fIl St. Thomas, lor NYorg, 15th Jan. ; difficully-
Ra~pid, Stevens, ofNewbuitport, front lRici- The channel of the Merrimack, also remalnsaen.
round, for Cadiz, next day ; Ospray. Dosscy, tirely open.
d r adiz nex dayI lt 18'gN, Jan. T6 --Below, brig Clio)Thoinpson
of N Bedford, frola NOrlecn'g, un;,,..; Eugene, 45d;filPt. l-t-t-,Guad, bound t0 Portland. u likal
t1od es, of Bnloinl fil Ocraco klort- Phdad. Di1-, i,,st. la, 404, Ion ll,9 ship .5i'l Tut'. ; Forest, 'Brooke, (t' Phiulad. fwnu Liuoinlviile fr NOrleans.
'I!avre for Philad. 5th Jan. ; Aiiabli: Mut'.,da B iil MHssbchasets lh'bart, fm NOrleamsaii, riA-
Atkins, of anti lor ifdi'le-nsi- 2 u,. J,),_ Ott.ic lizb 4, .:y4 C la nlj'sideu'Ca l ) l 5lhii m. aiji
IS!i and -0l th I'xnericnlcid a Ver'y' sevrc gat";. Ii:I s-. .i c r-oe aL; nnd ltr1th 4 I.st lortoliit
curried away fure yard, topsaut boom, &c .- -9 able t'oget creIwaa al t to ck nl en tii ihj- '
Ex eriened ,zry severe weather on thu cuoast, trig y w ch, istbit ana,,.
and lost One Inaln. rgldut' ews 5sfmlnna.
S c h r C o r a l, B u lk .u y 6 d a y s fr o m C h a r le s . . .
ton, willi cotton, rice, &c. tl ,u. & il. Aver- '7OR SALE, erto lease for a term ofryoars-
ill & Co. J. Androws,-J. A. lobinson. SitiithLI' *That extensive COTTON MaNufactory
& Steveo, E. Wheeler, \V. Usborn, and to known as tile Byram Minuractorv. built o Q
order. 7 passengers, Lat. 35 40, loll. 7-1, '-felo(- in the most substantial manner, situated-
lost overb lard, tapt,. Will.Clds, of Philo- it.Connecticut, oulByram River, about thirty,
de p"'" mhleF from New York and 2 miles from Saw-
Schr Harriet, Buddilnytou, S days froma Sa- pat Landing--the Mlanuifactor.- thas rsig oot)a
v a n t o aa I w i t h cou t t on to t h e nm a st e r S A l le y .. :..n d l n c m u a, a n. p r, e t r dr Agto,.
TUalet)t & Ly arts, J. 13. Pt'ice, Willihaums t& inched to the Barris is a Store ""Mil
Harriman. B l.-issenget's. -Left, brig Purring- w... a exe.. .. n rcut wi, -n e
ton, for NYo'ti in 3 ds ; s, hr Tobacco Plant, 'had with the above desi ert i r
Morehouse, fPrdo. in -2 days. qui ed P f
Sehr. A~nt llouwrd, Seiienek, 6 days from q t6- ; .
"cr.Ani- wird eeik6dy rm Appilcation mlly be made to the Superinten.
W ashington, N. C. with cotton and naval d. n t on th b "
stores, to R. A. While, and Proctor &Sivift. .- ontile promises, or to Adele, Timpen &
Sehr. Ariel, Moorecock, 6 days fron Wash- Co l1- i Pal" st rr L. Holbrook & Co. 14s
ugton, NO. with cotton and naval stores, to WatorSt. J10 2td 4vre
Mitchell and Bleecker. Spokenotbinir. r -O T 'AVERNER.- '1 Tot. ---L ._
Schr. Cert. ienksdn, Foester, of MachI-e fH anouan, crekcted bn b ewmEnln a-c
2 duas from, Plymouth, N f.withrcottonand L ed r,' ,ina .,l o"turl6ra-
-~~~ ~~ for .th.e e. r-purtafso ,w]illUbeready tu veci"
"nond, to oodhul &t the first u tenant one nral othelarcn n1xt. It is
Sell. Perseverance, Lyier, 6 (lays fronm oOf d -a Most" .t.ensve, and i- ,rpI ,- "
NorlobIt with st'ing~es, Lo thenmaster ... .. .di.n.t 40
'- .. ismentia of the klUUdinf aw E'tglanid -frot
Schr. Three FrielnBds, ones, 3 daysn trotna in i,,te dc bir thrt it ou l ,_ ^on.
N o rfo lk w ith s. in g le & to M a. n & BS o l re c oin in;lsc "" th. .e c n tre l o f n t-
Schr. Clarissa, Langdun, 3 days from lan- c _ya.. ...d l ina tye tat
ectloned ,t11,41.11o),lsters to the master. _ul stliealt. Te enu %Ill re. I ,-o..........
Schr. Art, Sophia, Votey, 6 days frontPitts dot to furnisht~he h ouse, anu 116- L r~w ,-J
L a n d i n g N C w it h s ta ves, c o tto n a n d n ava l a r e i o s t a t s o l a ,If h p .nt -ER
stores to H. Waringf& S~ns. Sailed in corn- lease wit;.,a made a desiratia one t() b"pJ'rdl!a,
paoy with schr. Dighton for N.Y. Left schr ,ftharacter and reputation." a r' liderl-
Mnited Slates lor N.Y. ready. Amelia, Now- AUGUSTUS R. S-"pSET, Se'.
berry, for do, New Haven, lth Jaulyi [87. ..
Schr Hope & Susan, Wilaoe, of Harwich, 9 J10 dlw cSw <^^
Ls fa "ilnmington, NC. with naval stores, cot- fPArH-NP i. ri--- '-s- f'
on & flaxisecd, to G Howland, A Bailey, Mas- r HE,,,l aw rs y &,Ig. G.
.. rs ds ont & oay1 e riip ntu and
tor & M arkno and llanm ilton, Donald son & T -T ^ ^ '"-it-'- ap.
Co. Sailed in co 8chr Plyinoath Rock, lor N andvery cm opauy_. 8,Y ected a large
York; saw hur on the 25th int. iu the Gulf. J. ... ,, Belly c, Now
Oni Sunday, 28thl, ketch Eliza, W ells, 35 ds eo se ) pro u cl 'alln kinds w York, are now
nl Point Petre. Guadaloupe, for Hartford, ^or Pn'rn lr O 1' 1' a nd als cotton goodsf
;oun. to Solomon Porler. Left Dec p.1 i n iig, I "Yn =,t"acn, ann a"s cotton good for
liulntr, Carr, of 13athl, for VWihiningt..h iii p ri. g ,^ .1 ,
flotrCr,. f..tfr imng- Ili ae Company will bhavethe beat workmen
d' ; Gen Mitcomb, Huntc, for Newborn in 8 ; -it m i "u w ^ll -Bte soft and ex
[T w o S o n s S t e v u r R, o f P o r t la n d d i n l; s n r . d e e -
Vm P Farrand, R ider, of F reetn for ; o"t lent quaul' ty, iwel1 an abundance, of the wa-
~ ~ ~ -t f '. or B, 4ter tnatsupPlinns their factory, thos'public may
on in 10 dt e ; Ce ti Irodoll, 1 iilio for N ew. be assured that till order s i n t "a' above d u
h.rn; Industry, Chadwick, of do for N York a r-met ll b. "-1
1n 25 ds ; Stlsn) lyder, of Boston, for New- the"' iet3 m-an b" ro'P-yeuucad
lerll iu 9i ds ; Nancy & Anna, of Penobscot,. ^^The Be vii 1 -ss s *e~rP c
oir St. Themas ; Kei deer, iMahony, of New-'-- ... P, g, y os '^ ln c m" t
;. dicir'.n V)uitolan wnarf, and soll from this city'al"
Yoi'terdaynalternoon, tho b~ig Lender, lying .''*lly nd ~o',< ''*tefcoy
zt Stevens' vwharf, was iitrnck by E large cake ... '? L.801 l' loc"" ~gndtM.

.. .... . ann LW cod~o lprcljontw'eliiunan t i o/ heatrc~y.iTOr',
31 LeOwath rOKO Iler lasts, pxl wei ~t lnue .r 1 ihc r.ill n alo) rocls Ja'"i L. 'licc- ia
"lrbottit fom, Po fll foul or'the ; ilrig Boliard sentlhtr (F G poMrl bPredetoreth~r( ~~e r hi -
xnt curie awa J1 ildy ho anrgigcannae)N)11Boltmantr~hnet l o3 d~'coc otlhforcood(w
c~in. stove ilny tho booa ofici the Leader fbfTokoh tho a" "
SAILED-... c ip, ,^ ud, Jiini" s Ch rlt is""'" "' lt 'OtD te h a tiil rniol el' tiif houral Yat BIti
;r?,ok Sorder Carolir city~t Crt;,, Ne- &^:t^^ ^ er^ ^
lBdELOW-i-Brig Jatnus [o; Fin'ienbrig Ado; i br],{ jLnl the rad iloyol ofJanii8 L, 18S7. c n u~l
it-i.to Savanh;I BI~c'ta Palmtnter Cart~nenn ai vedhBlpsr toapolhKCKoreth~~r fu rda~e.r36 th E
"iir1 'oglty aan -- fccogB Acw e-- ea TteinyPlallft ec, o~w oknt
orrlca .... eiO .......n Shuot *eonT ........
SAlImod, ],.hipchalndae, nniagso Charleas- luln of .7500 said b oltentg a Wire. Mothoud el

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>lint Gorgc Inn, h Nrl Orcan s ; mra rce, JO.nOnO deo.s c, baut FrechAtiamonyigte~e
lo; aliante ; Powers, Porto Cabellno ,An Ce-.li J,00 dwe Pa ,V. F.a Pip, Atmrt-e .
lo Savanndhr, ogotdar, Gibahner, ; Carfi ageo, an i,,-t n, .inK ofrv. 7^,, .a,, 1
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W Iliam, Dtwsn, WIndies ;olton laut I 0 .; 1 ,-i; Old Capper
I'' ) ( t' TO e F ) ,3 ,51 do" tIottVl -.ee eathar.o
maS lhingto1, NC. Column bia, NOt l.an a Fran- *i ,,n l r,,va t h a yrat va rety of K ett
ces, Ed onton; Cai hlinn, Murfrcesbolo Lady F- 'RaH .09 Ri. a Tur "nit of Lti.
Sarah. Kibbn ..Para- 2nd other N. BR. "o
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"1. __ __ I -- full of yon, that it has Scarce had room to adnit a obhtainigthe bleesinrg oftlhat idi, lenders national Lively thin else, \to w'etc ed Gteeksolrbt in In
-.j lnat:oua.. ,' tte.'] thought beine-and now th.e doubt wheteier i i..ve X... lx ue ui.rrd rec-IoI.:, '.-hich ",e so lr:ir ;y evjoy ; accumulated 1^ -gs and Ssuferi:gs.. s tpport and
oi hm N. .- .I L S nt loved witnou r -.turn. and bui t I]ii n a fai ry la- nor e vcn t vu ,ur .'o nt hat cxtel nul ut in .13 co ,tio n for e p'esen l i. ....... ,..t.r the fU-
THI&I.N.CO..! lW4 ra .lr brio el happie.- upon vt.ionary !oundahen) is nalion, ,wtth wioU ncAh she ia now tlhrcatCcwd ; or, rirno lure. But tIia Onexo'rabe Took ih-vinng stripped
i AMATI'C KITCal. ".t0or1 hIorr e thian the deadest cria],i'.. During >i. .till nrare drIeadhd by hcr, a return lo tile horroir him of every thing o (ir u rth, i u' -da.lso rob him. of'.
I 'V. V =ti "'* --rRS te last fort lrt 1 I have been. ndeavoullig to read of :. '-o'stl crul: at:d nojsL ftious of all upo )res:iO s. eis lhop)s in lciaN,;n. It was thercfoi e 1t .1 in this last
B,, .bou iobe -arrietlo EmVY. yutr very sou.l 1 liave only tormcult.d myself with e : um nt h. yabead and eovle llinr in,- ler oldw- men sanc uarv of .*.. n,,ybra a comanitng he; h rr hoist ling)
A B n .**" doubts, arid 1 call beiir lle.suspense Ito long,,r. !,'et her womlen, arc! I er cl-mldicui, ivlio are I-erishfli: lor veile outraged. '* have seen tiia sa**creot.nass of
1, ih j r oMir'x -' thel ha;ted ea:ri ,I i, l. iI I 11 if .. _1- i Edwvard would riot tile wvant tit tlaicm. .,er civil blender is-sourci:^ are th~is saloctuary violaited. W ae *c t''~e
E.Mli*" -1 ,,, ii~ E.lu. be u s;ogJrcil. ,, ,r,-,, .J -l I exhausted. Her erilt s adtiprrgfe h.i oices isv ~ a i po'riarclo, and his assisting
'.m,: 'l. S'/,,,a,&..I--' t ,,- E iL ,.;irDt -ItIC E L ... .L1- .... I.,,,n sure nevI rgaver ,ove rru,,ai:d laid ,,:ite ieh.r country. lie haa lefl bishcp: ,. I.,',. r ,i..... ;, te .io.st socin res of
"_ ,C'1 ,1,th ll'l i 'n l'Y' 'it1 'ii i youany cau..- : I I: ,. I bahl c onsentecd ,hcr ," shetelcls us, in 'g'Ic"[Lure, no comn erec, no onrho ", -- ,,--| :. '... ..... or ils hi-" "hs festivals-
m e '_. lrl. 'l ;m il ... 1" ..aat wayi n tle to bcoal e vour wife ; to .omnit mvselffand rji lit-' arts." Az, %vltlln e- l'a, dy ,ensts are fe ly offering while L.' .- ', ", r -a ,-hrsacred attarsa ,i in tile I
a, or-l e r. n s brligll, I....^ k ', nd appy tic ail of' happines entirely :., --%u, for, B iliS t. c iseltesas vtClims or the.rcoun'rvs deltetance very act or brea1hing a r- yer to h"eaven- foi- their
ourt o hf e I-II. 6, I 3.lit I: G .*!t lh" culdaget but aur ungentle return for my *..,.i dt..". b to begin to. hei old men, ht rwouie., and her children, hlo. have IIbloedrnU g couty-lve lin' .-sce tfloa tvl ve rable pa-
tlhisr Ahn 11- 1,S u.3 i9Lr) --llI. the heart, suspct nit; already : and of love: to,", for our bwho hliterLo escaped ti:., foe, are wandering, house!ess, trIarch and tih.ise bishop; sacrileriotu;!v torn fromn 1
Il....f n i- 1 Il lto biea',i alley were : nelr-ar iae e retoon ft) sIo uppose that lu tlinks tOf atid 'aked, and fam ,hing, arid ther ie ert hifls, or their altars, a;id il t e very robirs "d ias'mnia ol
..lie.b" c t :- 'lft' """' :t11 r,.e-- ... tile:I: 1 ant 1 ie ,lherwise that as the wileol aii brother. Real- bulidl.lin. together d ton,, her ruis, i; co,ntrrc,'-cd their oilice, alil Lit tile vcrv .atce' of tli -eir -J l ei l -ig-

eow- an" -nitlIlr 1.1ho1 1 *t' 1 T n., race.- Iy Alhcrtt teiiS is not id *,retceIt dncs." Hier -warring chieli tell us ihai ;L is nomriniously ei'utcd. ForthrrC. .. dta t we ha.e Seen F
thiat";r-1tllil alk- hIl':.'' l:,],h.l-.tho -" bright c es Albert. Forgive me, Emily. If I could at this .not ut e tile .e they dread. T1hey have met and con- their bodies liagiptg exposed to the Scotfs ald oiixra-

I oklt bfihrfgof t yeh,.... -Ir,. t 9W sl,- i th menw s .thla t tw3 oqil o cr 'ig"I l'lt tvut Ir e tohim, and fcan edo nti t hi, wh ehea t I -Te frs tsof hll .ilfa!tv w itcs u eandy then, a ter being I
eit na ti t t, u-Ill Isr' idr -o-c tllitV r n-`you nt ay my hear',oper. befor you, aud yt nr couil ,ue teinan o adotharain.d Amidt all their g aho h i adlandha lest ; and ll;U lo r if e
-'t,, l coul d ol ) ,ir- l rr 1, t *., T .. ..disagre- seeliia t easSwells an ith agony ott rdtm to '.ai h : e.st deI difficulties hs, an uder every discouragement, t.t lt. e dragt h, ignouroid olot y o raged, throl ugh the streetsrt.
naut-," l e"' ,, ... 1, '"" l -C I t. hol ,',ra "i te oun wo l f. r' 1 u iw a l l., l. unsubdIued st itrits are still confident o l victory h; and of 6 ony taui tin s coun l d s n th *.eu or
.. ", .'t ,.l tIer, ti". a.t, drink, i at Uli. t yom A rto tiink of feelings C nl b you, Emily, ol -finally acii soviiij; tileI,c" tnd epen unce and fe'eedom of to tele v l ,,ura- of' heaven.


"l n o t ec te ta t I II" 'i /I,.- .. .
ik. ... la 11t 11 hi" ll 1 :, tO' I 1! blow ,is ca" n w ,oi l ize 'yoer ey(.s to mine, [nIl a un i'alt nring T t o "ir coiiatry LIE ttlir country (fill I sy l'lier Sir, I kn i iv l venerable prelate. l was a io- I
.JrlL 0 IY LIS il"a t6 fill a avr is his Country w o lo.at. rs, a d in.illicr, and di.l of all *, I i t- I i -.. .. ,.i i ... t in tie iunIa c!:aruc-rd


it I'ti It Y. t -i en, ow tell t t nI have neveri t. ..hought o c a. ll~e~a
0 r, itc Id ', i; atlhe lirid l, b.ell lW;.,..u n l, r la joyo .u M i, a,. -ih..] yo ur 'f h, r r hase's r one. whispere t i s ain d w ile t anh children, iu c all perished ; an tl or. ine ]id I arii i al in we 'e n_

ofT I L b.'" r o1 r htth e' t r -- yo u r h e a rt ,h as 'iie t c o ce w h i s e v e n e hIneth o n ga-p r- -to- Ic oIlll ,ti n o f-.h eliof e i n d ov, o a e t
Al' r'~ ~ e 'i'g l i y li 'o s c ti e wvis. ti'a t it w o.'s to ,Iiiin you were goin p, to p ligl~t w -it is virt or, y a od fi ecd o n Io h im w ho e li 'It lie frosts El~ l s t w inli.vrs a hreaidy w hi tti I~e c li a;ve-
-an&l t. L' a or Of r' -" LI. #h E 'n "" your fai~li for ever CuiIaiinot-tlie native ilgc- desolatd iv it lo--s, ol: all thiat .fithid tu!,.d Ilo that vic- ucrllc heac'Il. and he staled up lair long fife' Of use-
llo ra1 I I ,r. l .t 1aiIll "-I lt'all."r.C." am ...ile-i_,.. ...a? a Inuou..-'s ,fyour mind disdains a .ubterure. L-et to y, or could render that freedom valuable ? In th is fu ss, efbre'fVolence, [laid of' chatily, by a Z161 of
fI /l. i'li dll r re i" 'E In i'L ,v lie tll h- .ll ,4 4 P.- I rim. at least t 'ank you for riot tr in i, l iti al hallo desnolt dts lioin of his al" c ions lie becomes ,hcimila' ed to heroism 'h atl l, .- ..ol to Ilia country IhI. .know.. ot,-I
o, e-'- 'lr l] too : ti. i. ,, h I1- n heart. In lhat 10ok I read my, f ate.l I am,indeed, tile l oll i tiuti fl ed rIins o l. h irier. oes ,e et n- .ir u t u
fh r ILi lac M ttunli, I.,Jh bee rthel.u o! I this I E r epuil Stay, Alber t, I lity-u e a onetil but one lo oked sli l of' snit c at~ t i>'i it column~i, Iv lu c m capital, Groetto.. j l ...,'in il a !.,,ot nI e uon" it rd elat-
S hiii- is tnellurt. L' i. ,0. i 3 Li r In J 1 I iLr' F word. He is -,,.nc; andi,'vhat ain I? A vile and aro l ornai!ieois, laid al! that (rr~ ;lie u e.1 ected it, IH ed. h-. II., I :* ..-I. ,i-i -ii'ile rcroliilion hie ost Of ,
,A.31. I "', s o t.r 1 cano e h1, guiltyy tl.ini, whou s te rain 0 ,d b it nture u heart that be itl tynan otrv withy its fabrh c j have fallenr, arid the I....:-i. ,i T e- ,, r Lno welia'fla u. TIiet,-v
i 'd c ld t o" 1 1 ; iii s l f,"r l; I'.'. ";. o .c i i s m ii( i : i t e u n ii sv tw." ." p r i n c e s ,I-o h n;t i sp, nol)ndd U h r o cn sa c c i i w e r e n o
lIl us co t 1--w I f must o 1 I I. r 3"r'p.l not J c unft. "a e ven chi l lie t o x" e'el ot'cCi I ct '


ata g n I 1, ren Jlif l atg.htcel .,:, I .,1 .,- ,.Ptc .,,,,- -- 'o c nt!se enC! I "y ." cla,1I r il'd l~O!,cotr an fwri, the catio oftiles m ore I .l..-V ,P,-i.rI -.O,I ,,s to oi" d l,wh o ntr ced i o h F
I. T _i orture. ,j I I,:,'1Shu1e y to .'ie s' e er od asn v -, -~rl nd d it n ois-,euntrt'. I .11 1 -. ...;,,, -lt.r he fii ,r d it. l e -I ,
i~ r l .** I t- .r~ '' I ." .j i t," n". to m y lf: b.1 1i o v r 1i t e '..r ouig l iew te.1sv !, b td to ) tn .y o U reth e f!i ,is l ba u[ a: n itl .e h e art s lh a t n o s pe n t f ,h e c a. ", th y u ihouis f.d t
,~i ..,," ,**'* "^] 1"" ''" J thec'wors't one, it Fitay -!-, hlii1.ii n.i .] nc a A ril ; r 0. ti m r a. ,In. '! l y yoeIaren'the id cl of to thiis.u and repaid with ih ig r altitude ilt s w honest a t nli ui a tu;ea n to Snbdu e- ILi s e hirs, l ni;.l ceven in asie ,cinI.i. A ll eyes w fc 'huriie,!, ib't a lo w e has



".e7191 ur b tl t E .%(- S t- ',nI tl u p er'ttI ,d .-,. .,h,t m resh do s nd th irslesYo e I ,~o eLv~ h htvuyrg t l. J,,O ,, eghsla La to f zi-e oliec tudC "istian
. heait h t ipolipd.u ion of my thoughts by or a niun wlir ..rited Illy fonde st love. Wiere i !all of victory, v..;nrvo.thu ;;in |lialood. lo., hitherto a ri- ds is last re.. i ant oft;,e blood of l.-ir ancient so"e-
d w u d 'b e a t t d ,o'uh e ( W_, tit heov er ed n i g l t ,il hY o v e r Ml Y I o ve ls s l i-y s h a ei ,-o r h o w a g a i n be a r to l o o k O t t U v d t o er e v e r d ii c u lt y S h ul l w e r ,o < ot Wi w i aW k sih ..;l, i .. !. 1 1 h-oi n a s t h e i r c o u n t r y s t ,-(
d'b nd. yo ti nh 11re h..,r e lcither bro oher-n? On m y father, had you n t so sc- tist l t rxtri.y, extend i ie pi g han_ B eo save "i.e rt. ing 'liI.i he.. ..l Ua i er w hi ch l er Ii rya ndp r




hid out, oo, a i : an,,'MJ t.}hut If t he cynis qla apilc ""s .to"A -rr.) ',,0to k th L eue fdsres t L erd s,,t.,,,l.,,t.e, dt s :rcst antie b
"- -~la~ Ih:pe sr) ~ (..n,,1 hec lo r .-- [ a n w !o d y u in te tee ag inbrt- er-- n,)L i shi- lar ch t e t L aidth usawf l oarea thty .of sttri dn -P--rI. d'v.-. [ l. r I'I- e day e f indesp r nion. arid
I ,.ie l u tof lt, r ,..L "', '.. 1 1 l yinrtly uEl aly ma a tit A lbot lr not lhcte perg vu it tep t1)" i n o l ., r r one ta ., u ""
Ssu_ .I w ts ",el clannotsce .nher klioteyou r sler' and unbending nature, I. ,ould hearts this W t ,96y ol' flicir su cri!g ? Can ;c ', ?r. "Ir'll .a,', -...- Tlhe Turk %e- cne ur





Vill !t ,rv.d I A,, r!"Il S tors wa ts t in Ip) I d,, I". : I ; .n' ."; .ti.re: ., va-e 'su t isc t w
For t..b'''IuIter pre e ote eE.,!ny h eeil-' lrowsn me off may guard, have' r 1 anted* to 'o ,6n my heart to you, nd 'his state? DO w lar that, in ding Lis, e sl n i ,nd l s at p
File t I ni U-ter Eli l 1 .. d r di t so tltioa afterwards le- ibeight lnave been rap esd ryte. But I talythe sctneis cotiniiteneutral chitructe r tarid I i ne ss rations of its deposit .ry upon tile penalty Cfh r dIi d o
I Fit. -1 i(.cl to Nanou L or, t, io-insilroady ; but site al da-rk a"aid -cherics. ; It.nd on whichever side I turn Our country 7 Sir. it ,as lireadh bern truly and er o- j The life '.i ,,venerable pr.e!;th as ile. i tiselfoi-h a
i' l N,."eri-d h.ie, I see. id ould !Oil abj eyes, I behold nolliing n but ais e irry .and Shame. qUe tiy ,n fcr ,bt myvd ln us, thatteLawofNation ;has served, ,ai near its close, a h its renwant could n t
*'! I rat.ge, nril e~ia night even suspect-wE-U, Iimust to, I I I I Exit. never yot '"declared contraband of wvar, tile charities of be so ,11 II. .1 I ,I-,,,d as to the. deliverance of' his!
.te La tiire. u I I ScB,- s III, The Shrubbery. EDWVARDi. life. r. is severe code lhas T2ver yet irtdlend e ojuris-f country. I '--g,'. !yiltar he oll'Ored it. Ile con-
d elne I wll ,.'I.i L- ,fl m.,fuirf., ai: -ly ; You are'come to. rit' se ii'th r iins piol h Veets, I veill slhow them tai t niat ure arn d rtlivryion assert heironpbith C, f e n!d talaim as thpt. iinift lBth afu l sid t lu .v leas





u t r i l l r L I E .-': 1t t t ,t a y f a o u i tJpn g 4b t a. ri l m s t r v stfh1s hi rs o e m e nq ,u e oti ou ted ", 'u s e t rv e oui n I l a c s f ..-. I i -t d 'e a t t s e t l e r e i "s u s u r e ty Howt i en h a-sri t
'see )l uir uliI t) ,..on .rrt, 1 su i rct nd wI6 o.C .I, A mere shadows, and their rnq s o hedrt tole r villr get, -Iar.i nd with yon, I i s. q





I C : ii thede tt tl t i ~z a i le a iui e uyr igoks 1h t,,t -L 1 -0 1 i hs ata f CciO bita
,a ,Ic,,j. i-n EsptL.tel t at1 Iter ee l n your broth her .Itlr. I u ocr .-'-. ." ".iT i" it art may itw pl, it (-iia yet Iced thie lioliqrv., b.;h||IB l;]; nahi.d, hcrn'fort -ad us- | I, I .i 11 ri-; -1 i--,m, ,cc, I
hkere. t "i --. a. re lt '.,tr,,, .' ll [-.It. l ,us .1d c ,.1i .tjhno ice. ei dven sefem l>id the dcsol bt d. I. Vlve nrrihhirgrs. ,| drago u, n1., tht. I .. e .. 11, l ,cdtipn,and such the
S iL'.d'r o Cul! t.o a nlt. W A,itslbetfater sigtOiUl to feet lesscs arL. -ih. e I hs u ve d akes n ,ie t the riyOsro- rlOe t ur tile eo idthtav U 0e ni im distress, or do tire ( ac ar- -I i-. -r..ui ,1 to h oe ntynt, aof re p"i iftcresti
. ..* ,,b .. 1.1.11.-.1 I 1 bi4 been ad. miring your 1 -- r- prsachn e a of iv '-hriL ti. si nst. Albert Ine cor:a;i s id agine tho a t its repre, eSlo tt ei,' to us ofavebeen r x- t l peo l we nre riots called uponttP t cd t'n, s ere ve'r (
dl ; y ud. n yo 1C 9 d l n- lI r, C'imtiin here. I ll". i i ln p most opp rtu y u' *n;l o.:" -.o i''rd ? Belivetil m e, sir, it is notii; tile power : thing plJo t s in lier favour. der hieest nryaid pre-h.et
laid out luo,' i p ti vn...E r urntIlng across. hhthe ye isquitarec Eioer ALBErs T. I a".. j o ns eftchr a picture oa distress, thnd her. ivon ld the p. -it en.. It- ,I, rodr us niofeiVes that cannot be
b I d t lougt,-t t, t a.>ri.i.'l the colours.- Iean now slo? you il i tire Lra e again, lay ot'ldr- not lsa lxl jar efufior tho g awful reality ,of sUittlehe r..I:'A'. Mi r ; Z -!Ce isloa. o desperation. Sthe






,,FCtr b t l .n.te c? Balid,, -C orL i el oo upngt. u t a qu aeliisw touta tu gea d e lt unob. E lretu rnate, e-fied ontu l ry.uughvtntw -ai....:. d- served .d u st cflouir eal urs o, n l c~suhwe-e
IaLiur La.hCn k uothy, M.%o fare)l [ye "-- inthy s artire tish se a goof ioe. noy- have decided on accoe .- in tit .nsa nd each succe aeding mornitgry. tl ,i 1 t iust t bi h e i lon q" er o -
r i fll at in tro..ra. un'I polly h Arri a n to nerin an id ient bs o il n U- hrrinding lite vuia"tics thst have been written aoelke th i. .. .rnnt' r It.:-. d thetheI im ful c risis- tle very turnings f
ly. -- t," my c .-natior.s w .int ty Iing up, I dae r e L t n In e subject, t i e as yet know liritie tti re compiut iftc ed I.. i..i .if s i .- .1 : i, t'h, s erugglc. If' sustained now,
,itc, [w I,-t./.,. t .] oure nt ,itl e You me ustb not leavy he u n dw aid. 'tisory a ndpre t o appreciate i'tfiu llynit ; ,i"'- :, if I .Lb ir i;.ndoren d, shre u t. p ,s A-r






methn )nl r)di,! ,~o. Vht avurhae, ot ,eistsod.whowoldsiyh itave d ied t Apu eh. hrt l~v, I a n fio~ry htt he ro eextisnofths. If c'a ~ .er,...s 1 m inr!, cd Sa les.nst a irtinep~le. AOte firs
i~tk''r: "rd. li, itte du it. '. I I d Aid bu couilyou tan t s a SB gi u a thert, I i nec r-s ity to n'av u been either its wit, es.s, or itsh ,. fn I|U.in lh: I.;' one oi these u r tuate
'""i"by. e c-- h' I I ] Grari tro' but 1 Ipn i"t a villain. I have staid thhie victim. I speaknot, sid, from hearsay, or li. *n. Ir rio- Iiii *-ra-1 ., -- i ty be toat trifle. If rs tvictiisd, o
Er utrcf od. Vo er 'l- u i rtnIrL 110 1 hould be of too long already, ynta'.ionsr o-fothwrs, but bruom li ly own personal obs. f 'i v i...j ...hr *li t I--rish, how btl'er awill n w, our fli-
erv:ca 16 vo", .'-,1 an,) |ItaliI' Mi i ts"'. tic. ,'e lirt. Elh y %Vill pers had e r you to stay still,. ar ions. I tell vr ou that %L i t ch I Grave mye clcscen.- ture ny cts If' givenl, '.ril soI'fl E]'ou!o live, howlo
Emnily. Non, do" I ;pak an -" uhibilcl 3 I )ne- arid Edlouar d l. Eidy Would to Heaven I i ead never I have t raversir d that interesting, sauflring country, sweec t i r c eti'm that we ]titl Contributed to lhh;
-. I will ,U3 ti the l hal,,r fir a .." .-ullcrIn. : or stay seen )ter Isioiild h:"ve been saved .ina y a hiller ill almost every tNiiction, both before and -i 'et e?'i. !. dRut. I r aie already ,said loo ntuch. I lea"",th i
'-,lot lhat-i.Ere r a %il.':>Ii lor a..i" lily favourite pang;i but I am still master of myvself'. I shaial set commienecijemet of tiier.i'.escitrevolu~ion. I liave f'E.c1 .i i .a-d i nCI s M US l.erc li uet tirp.ei
B-u-vor, Toll hi ". n I IhI oeit directly, and without another look at tlhe angnl the Smoking ruilys of her towns, ;lid oi her vtlluges- l-IAavend tiv h your hewhIs. I
Ediv- rd. AI.d it Kill may I., to : lor sweetness fce which- Albert, you must pre"'e""t my adicu. to tile dev4ta.-OfaTat.i on ih r lelds ao rel er flocks. 1 have Tlija two prances wvere brohers. They [fail her-d,
,i hd t g l ne' uti- (lr tl i [ 4 r ie& n oIl both. I i t iI tdoe tt-Seen her peace ful in;, bitaits, mien iand wiomu n, r nur- vee tulh t overn rcdnt ( bfr sytet eol e Ca tlS e ou; t,
Skep t rftlitl.1 aa sai)re' ."ii'is "rt. ui l t 'lbgrt. I mustlef cline the office. Be tr, it w -i g dered in cto d blue d. I have seten a icw daughdyers cior- dragoinit and cite fa tter ees pleriptuh Lciua ry of thle I
i Kl .io .lE ,I no t.ol' r .I r.l k lu.. -) I l ii l f- nill'.'IF n sigll eun ic cs 1, ,u ha re s -.nt t 6 desire, E nily's pre- ried int o slave ry. 1 a them wold in th ar 1'ort e t ru le of th e vern t, a Gr cel p r






If.tl y r. "! t lnv an! -, -,~ ~c ,-,:. th : h)Lr ,l try| v .., 1,t di:vrl)t. iouna~c t ole r i~eersh Iuhs a ve a se ren a :cli ntpoi in hi e ma- Porte. u that B y tof' th isgve nm n~bt, na t ckprince ,
SB -Ir.-r 1 d El .1 .- .. b e e i ard, ar r d n i ct'o f A siso r t o fu rn ishl o t t i e l ]o n i s o f i e r b r u t a l i s i l e d t o s er v e t h e P o r t e d u r in g s e v e n Y e a r .,







af d l-thBuy r. -- io -I -e c ;s evl ehr e ih, Insta. and, asp I .. g .- steals; -n Ive e dd e~ad o edy m~sa
Edwocrrif. O.nly ra.tiiil %vh..'':, Earli ., willpersuilale You inot to go. oppressto P. Nay, wore, Sir, I IIIve see,) tlhe bleeding willho '4 pe --ainf o I, n order In* be even eligible to
EiI'i.f. To- --o cr t .i- -r ,grow iing cress Wlt LJ r diari. How .coolly i, e speaks! But hl ave I riot heads ofu herlr toaes, her ,lt riots, and t er. venerable e |)^i n.l`ctol f"pudaros'either of t.!i: provinces
S roc ,; andl I lbou l Il at I.. ,ti a .lriffilg thing. deserved i ? [aside..'.I Albert, even Eiiiy cold riot sages exposed Upon tie gates of 'LHe Seraglio o the of ',a uvi- or ,e ll ach., ,. But suc'h Ijd been lhe
) w. .. ... Id dild f ull iln1n. a rift ofYl'out '.could persuade rc to 4 thi ng, Ishould 'eypscif. But I lhave Stolls and insults of'l ra h jcious, la ;ltic, and inf i oii- abiliLwyand-fidcluly % w ll t the Prince John Cali-"
I w iLa .dlrig 1t ie caidf,!, ncry ltime I look ur l ,Ell, nttva .qu.Aied mny fe eling1 without a struggle, and cd rob. Each returning evening has b. ought I It' w in"ichi lhad served i triu s four Years, nFin such wierey
a.llit k of" I e.solt bloo eyes o-, -m sister. the sight ,of hren now wouac uninatoite t me in. victims, t ad each succeeding mry boring rn'o wed l. h: Isis estin ablecd I i aricter ano'l engagingr manners, to n-e







n ne S r ua) ,ig.,, -, ." r '""' -
I r-3 paiu .ALIliRT Clit-1i1-P Ilu ,,, (~imi obSersiilFn You1 Eull tell lher I am gone, arid itivent sonic 1,au- horrid spectacle.* Ut.is thus, bir,-by sceneos Uku thec the; gotiernment reinilttd lthe three reoituininsyearit of
I I,= .. hn._ ,". no.1e ... J .t, red. s.bt. reiis l. ( .r.iuny departure. Letiotohe rliappiness that tile ferocious Turk cxui itpts arid sustain. tile fstie s 1u c" oct ri er ;a i 1601 til aed t roidntIn el atove sehoeEli
ily, ,[wi l a- s -, I n.rI ,1. n gi' ,ify. t You remind Eithlyou be eslbintcred by te knowln edge that llncre oglhis populace aindprgpnit Islie Ab iatic and tile Afri- :.t.... d, ..la before d th e resolui' a broke out. ti c'htIh-
me Elalis, tit n Ljditg ;1",. what favour have you exists one whko would have died to purchase her- luve, 'al for tile p.osecution pi'tlis wiirof')'c-al lla...-,,:re, -,,,, k m1 rcmahind at Constantinople. At Lite first r
*' autta',r ia n1 *rol A j leina t non o n ensi o ouoe e r






I he ha" nu",r L11131 ; rid 11I u. z lbe -t I tobu could. ie mann im us, ud s otd .,tst-yetlla. -r. ton. n y. tun ha nc. ity,.' unL cc s ctoo o, eu o l. i e~ us_ ,..,. .t, ,,.o .. ,I. ,;.. .
5 ... IF .- L IAlbert. 5";ie'i here. InGreekn. s h ow ng li'hm l eh ncutr bruttih- r nd, Ilis family o scchuie the first victims ofo I
: Edbard. ',Art nalv r! lty to ej d- will you wear this t y Iso Eafrlr.Eu aLY. the cruel purposesloi their malu er, toitnieauey records popular e ury. itla e government, in th e if iderhaln o fh o
I t- ,lerin1g ? I 'w Emiiy, e ay love, I thank i o- lior your ready acquic- ol :iws har but ttfatally ulhovir. r les diswitnhis hed services ol' tile other, and with a
L.,ioj." N31a.inAirrI; for it is bjeginninlg to fade, ScnePTI wIithluy 'wishes. [fakes her hand.] fCdward, But, Sir, wve aro tuid tlat lteIh Gri~rk isi no better viewV Pi retain it) its Power So itporlanitola Etrii n urin-(
I I come Ioraard,' You love. fah c.thei. Be happy t"- than lliem Turk-tr lie too is cruel, arod sometimes aieiK.r- arid terror titl' his nalon, sonthim, with hisrI







al. rue IVt[. iN, t hr~ c t ,h e, = .. .. '"' "a "''I"
,. .il ,ai 1 iilr'd ilin I ill have it myself g lther. dJoins their hands.r \- rn g l fi ily, igto exil to Angrra, a citytin file interior of
tIIIntls, r r t atl K td L .". lu) i- if V. .rflat- t.".".. ""bort! T l "iat in the courbe ,,f th113 d sre, afc ari d an- Asia .)list be-ore reaching the plaice.ofth eir (iestin- 1
r M-1j wept.- lair Mte drLe.la,, lli 11.ilr Ie-'-'lii ijpon its Ea..'* .. -I. W hat does thlis mean ? gumaiay conflict, thea 6rcck lilts !,oniutinics been atioi~it ivaa diicovered by llie people of tle cour'ry
b -lii l >,.;E V. It l.v ." 'ind t I n-11 ; l te LI.I r .--t Briefly this. We loa ve ,ean rival pur- guilty of excesboetu ls itia nda pity would g'ladly ve i or e h atidis wan s i tOrn ee prince ;laidhisanoti f f aiy. Suci
: u ra.' l l g. ru tbi '.'c ,o'r c -J :.- u l ,,u-t oleredof a l r e h w a s d oa l r tlie d b 'd % .- AS o f I. ,h history, is riot d;& ]iiccs. ea s.ve excited ent o rf UIC90 i a ala s a e of t d n atico, a rid







S ... -, ,-a n a- ls oo fl m rig em u s nll|S ltn.z. ''tric b e surprie o udes nd g e tl clos I (,'Fij e roverlr Ie: t ge ai/o os -thingi Greek" or I -
suillied. .1)0 you Bca S*mile, 1 CF., -,u It I V? tor. L-11i. Illi.- 11-11. D). i ul L-ILlu., Emily. for B~ut should thcs upie u 'C nwe Hu i lal sue] Pleir m~aligniity lit ever y li g G ek o
I o__ ,Stisra. I ourr a life.i li ; ... l i- srs' a r ich i I, sr"d i n you ttI yourI '11 tlie adrcck s&onld sop" e iiiic( riali-.tc upon ,'s ,il- C hralian, tli.t ,floy took this Unfortunate prince,
a n -,'t., r" i.w St- _. 'to- 'r -uoWh it irut nyp r Le rei- arrong- pressoif thecnor lt' fl h s ,so l on g received at aih, wi-ghiess wife en. I seven children, antiwrd nto ly >ssa- 11
S- I e .rli I--a- /' .)I t orzl e ', hav 1 ,,ur c,.e: i rer' tneO ll 'onih1pdintin st tr ue. l t. a t d ltt liiime]C loftoeN F itIea l"'A'a tnllyc.ut l ale kiloc in ic c andI
"'"lt l" 1e 1i I i ii ... 1 I 1 L g 111 ",1 I 1, i i ic ,r to k L iewiustcorcoylu..t. to. ofs r ritd l psis tc- *s dt r aded co diti oIn h a f l lo
Lt'rL. r 1 .I; r -h- a a e a1 i.o a, -,a r r.nn t h"l y af. ,l 0 I r o "r h ] s m ,l ""- e-p op9l. at i vn o is o n i n rl q ge er e m e u e p .




: I I t t I~u w~w O seious Perlap I~l nottaretustm sehtrtlhet~h :t~,,h dt~u tlcsimprs -d pon i,,caracer s te o it uabtuna,,prsones o arnTiaqusivoa r-
'lai' r i J I aI cu$c scc t t g r, o l ,u b i. lis lats a, l o wam -
a C .ir.t iv [ nyit ,l ,r-. ..ea oni rp y it- doe.t. Tr o ugh .le yon I th e nl ol'rlt)i.t o e E dw r d, e in| ,,t 'e'thl e ;c atryto ago es of d p otractedl l to n.oilu t c I can e..r ed a ed a ut oae s t l







hit ''!n -attoailtoinil l oHie antse it K i s~ puler Ihp t'tel t rweqe stf m urbrot rc wiy l ie s ofi t he s cosndign c tion. Thestl h ',er;. !,cr stuo ,11. ev aryray'soccliiilr'cnteatdfie ttacl en vl~ "thceds-
[i)[It 1"." l lit' V. hIave given me. *. .. .. -. I I .. z .,-;4- .
-i "" "r *I~r nl -1' ,,,r o It togir' ctrm ak be th u gna, im aasperalc o r, t ag y lo ea c o a, b r et oliec lio ,n o e li tt aso wti e ll re ursc e ,a i lhc n d est o c I .f
il v i' 6 ta we .... up = s vot 1 at I 't1 .i ).e C.vcrl.d0 l.. 'In U ty, ..






nJdl h e~ !m no-_ al timr l lf wl* rlo E wrede I'll ],o l y"o you s ttu hesr u* t suh pili t I will 'not e en ta u conht,- oxercshouldi ,urspi t of thenv ic upodnt hi, r eat;'pereastd :-'.*luic t'e" ci-so o rr
-"dtiidw'vtou md havc' lFed L.. y ou towstedpodward, angeragl w io~henw mynve oels.,?a adicti o linainl~ p)o wi e r hf w.b oeor lnevuigt xnaes Thed Bas nasrlaept / nt.: x--lte an elbrae a nggrabated
U l r r't "T,.i.' $ k .v r .. t t hi so r l ikny o u r s el f Bttu to w. I t no s e nm r op er nl it ,etn.a h u Imi r e e in t o xi c at i onnian dhdeb at e xe c un t ed. v r .te i l e p ast rl a rc h. l e t t h 9 o fl e ,
mee youi ; K) u 11OWYO ar.1e dn ll I %~ rVill i m k lily besi. tht I ;h ii p~ I y ct jscen t is b iso uo ed, fur But, sicor, lie, arc told that rtcl a;o s. o melt i nw ort y TJeas, ;it ;l-a tiycircuiiis L w i e te a mtide re( hnad etbely




pl y "- ." ct r. r I- Il a.- : a il.' t, l u', aurI,' nc are i m e s i tyu a d toou r u eh ohne t h wrc e rt o s i t, Ati e ro t 1oanee n t y oda r a te rn r w ai r eile ns. fr oi i ns ld r I ft o r 'u r S p h i san k rh d o fllat h. t, 'h is s e t io nT o ye l





r .. ) ^, )". n ... .. .. I;,,;li.? w illhc l atd.os sorredto esti;uller. hnaer h l e t io d of h i e athe worth ot rill oa l, ore c apalc t i tsn-potli.. --t ni in v e e e t h
d..t tl -ave st --u i c w ithmil. no ld uibt an rave turtiit 1 s a Though w houd hl k ig ora b teing lov ed 'y aid etitnti le s of n .te rt ra cte d t c 'om e i l in t c ttt hpro i es bs Tr tanors. W e ofte n me tl e schoir





.nnai "rnir -.'nif, 1 ra T nV ,v arcumeit, lil or mrige o misoi ilandgirnt A lte na be. Cctott of hbr y. Bclcvetanin ir. pnnyar lat. B|m 0 Thtwh ene{verm an y pgroi n rin t deCn tliii p wth ill] s
.Zbe ef,," A l i E il.y'n ,,,oe",,rtls ',':,nEand- t w ib ya't.ancm e eef ht is nour e reu oa tolhl no tim ht he ast indg iiresin fher.. 'a a t :ofi,.les. 1 t le r U it ord. ses d wth, itre itareh tacs.mt rerson atiui-e
u t -.i m E I ni -t L j ~i !i.IL l EI~iA YtIoil 0 1upon you' Ili v to us putit I ut ri g oirri us ard so ulwerjes y to ckasroc h r aeK i oal n, snady tora dne s, b ;Irm h sh g r eolle teio n g of hati l:e hadci intuchat r ge, and th2 k d a nswer-ce of










13' n'r l-n I, c .; ', ir ,t iir.i. lt~'ni c W haenvr iven "" make (m g ede happyn is onr lrue pin~c itm -bt tlfn a t o sltruce Ts tre dep tsat u, at r the nr euuceien of a'dy usvi th e ta d c old f ntrchandiksei by hu0 andt n [
.h;h .g .; ,'' eo _i i _Ifr 11 ... .. i o baro in i' In d th d bculd l m st appain esshalt retknow iS presenit drue gdulcone nt, h tha Gr e of slcprored sei ng b t gro s ead a il ntt deatin in t h a l
,. E mily.hfN mFly,'h Leve.i aly rfwetion tip,?.,- E` ..ny-utficti Icotd iceslal trocno tride lrd Itt'rmay, w nt .yt y r c g
Anilbet I r.%u a nordI. 'ic l'c d'n~i to E iva I 1,1 fo- cotyoEodeard I'hi is unk a ind ie Io wrciil n --- ev n a sunient, flrise moil(*bjecirith mor t frighatfcupol h. sl av A!-- o c ni ained `a of. niljc other fol'lie. or horro if





Lo...u. ) ) a i w "le -9.. rtnereEdhosaelbeIr-agit lk w 'thi s. So o viatiaie r- a nd op pr o w. ie deg ade c oretor h ic h h is o l d.ic tt shan exe ill'inuet o r h o
St~ i >'". ir / i ,i irr liTr) N ori iwly s e i u s c h p l d o uldar e I u s I t myel no rtl s ee m p r~o p e r h a n a.. u s im p ren u p o w hin ch r c e o i f i s U port nat pi sney r o w a r T i i as n o ag gira v t d










''i 4l)i Tl* hae a t ry n u i..... .le.tt me conj.' h i?7 i; "ha e fet! Ih n ous ....v ,,ou ivn trhe ini l id )1 yOU ow tredcvotog t l cre-. a-h e Jiddu bllethcy ot eo v llu c umsldic ha gc re rael, but -n ofam s
ui Ia 6L lur.... .. art~s ll ii, l ol i -1 j ..r. -t"'I'l,'D C OH iflitifl ..... t e
a ; ,1 u y lh art, wa ma e, l at l ter l e you y neIe r husbnd No t Iasvtlhstandln t h ioureao o r rtaining hih in drcd doa or alle ti oe oie awlmlo re dir been ,
E'r a. 1.t I m ou ip g all rediy r'u tviill, Ynip1 yau sIII l h soia e. lill yot part kiscov er eornnaddB t Si d, ,.abetould fu 'ri s toi tlie p hi ha e r I





Eml. l .' )as tooL e m yd c loe.. voutore p o.y- a i" h n ,w owheug > e m igtty lver bet can o ? vr'h an dadditrion l iontinetfo endefa nto rioglo cxl r t re ht, Th asndruptedi^and r cribne~libothateeoand e-1
-fee e D ts oloal Ei usplt conf ysi ng itpB utaItbravthal- o B ut -,o cruel a ghi f t t eiro ait. a i em ov hn i t li o s a is soln, andhe t dSlave s thefor me r f o t wi elvea nd the 9 lnn ttecd-
word1, I,..% a .Ih att y n w am fondI IfII IL) ItM ,bre y to' M' l lo se your geeroo Al. ll e ro nt; o I epnc tara ctehi I om i his es l fo w l ret H ". 1chpei tortttup t o.ra. rThis n .cr m emndolacbea
thi rnk tU.' .e a I M s.t do.ro I to f a tcIf t A lb-n t re ni w n o r y ot ,, :rni nto or c afpa Ble o ir, a or ld feon lut crs, pe lsao, w hy he b r heli sho- t s






FlbeL I [,: l ) l sa d en t hks s atahteI il o eobst rie llvafins*. stmakted tm e Gener by ald aofcfit- dejormed n d t, tehe mu sl.bgn is t i iie ilmt o f mdrne :;yte b o decl re d ab nrup t; n d the Asri a me c nis bro
r ou r h,,l ga t tlivitIfI nfrg e, 1 1,11.t.enic- he c ten sf.'"l k f*I o r"1 i "thle re ief h G reece PIh Les o fc lbu rid a mper s l ha d ve tion the st ron es ds t oll I
h o ivar, h n ad.' ,ahtu te d h 0"-'7 s c no t o l y elt i very r b ut Icn ot T at n de r e unany inotl, p. of id en t n ale ,a
id~ f- LLC th-A ':ok? lmve Bu..._ tA *"to *' rede it r u{la.y u eu;lio o ag t noraqit i n th e (;fo ralive. 01in i o ur riraiun I.. l ltri edl>es To ot k eyIi 1 a ro merchant orl horsonback, H







: I v. Whatp ro r t. I.ed inusaeless cYou kan- by ert. i"f- ". b -olli '.- nd i "noethe w sl re s ant t sofl l f t -in on th at th re e tiont hs lre ad y ine i h as b ed, iandm wil ove prov ed s l g r o o r p ea r by Taingr sar s ofte to ico urin e rsng e o b
*a -.1dle'r-..W oudwint ashiac;nut Iiuta aelwieo ofee yayfindJ joyfug, om iiio li diss, Cu mlr, t ul y dpabe- cloner ; fan riders i nthe.y a a b le s fotbnd bakuti e y,4 teId o te~ e uhpro
hea n l ther e my .n ln ntta r g e a ny th heart, i I r, lo t t'a t "t f 't yo u n E m il l.lg n cao. onl .y ,1 be t T l e .in- no the l e r w ie ov ru nt acs cnd a w se lnltt u tro u sw wtr ay .e a r ae bro k r p, nn t sn d erw rit er, or a-
a it. Lri t eLL r 1. o:tw f.ry g 0 few err nt ed of ..so, o,,',a .,.ptance.o. ..... now o....... r oad, to him.- free om... .. )j 'u, d ani e ., he oi al h orsevsi lo aded withisack.ct-if i .1
P E I y et ovill Up o n y l. tt ,l of l l n ow y o re h a p p y Ito it ii, l e y lia v o fal lben t a nin li s h e ig estatb e i ing ,wh at r, .eyl hal d o r n lch r l y a c t o r eli ng l c li N1
nou w att e ys h tan i s ao n ye p o in O tln y o l r city 0 na to l t
d an c in g tun e, t -'F en e ." rangs. e .mf eon. l- .- ill. .- w the y geas t i bicatio n I o ld fcc s true e .t r ue an t m ad te io nal bul v ara k w o rt u p T h y o te arlli edtto B exp lg e lh.e n eenb b yi h





nec. Em n Wh hat,a. the oyattrd w~h~m t h man ? hv e of e ct s o f theD-E..*r.is Gof unite. Fr 1ad w cinenout ciiliza evtion tof Euro ae, lav fo luing pnoits einnsed- i I'ot~e riwhto1. os wi l tovet u sel amo nt lo ~ferne aul
otlsa'rvl stl gonueman"^ ^" "itj uxt.t to lnear .;tr. ,w.a give n~ w ) l ao ther. anbemd "i-never m se d irotwi eltanding'tlie earfu l 'atdts a. cone,oeh w lnts tey tirned doUllarcsl, u or i two or lore cr editos who te d
.shortlyIand parLta ofth eryc- o, H dcarp. nnd ii ; b .tw rv.irm iuy dc itily a ca rry ment not lhavespt ...ede -. lbar ,r t vuftbe't tulrui'e ivut Sanate, ttwao yn ID oe f hour a ndedoltis pa mage bu l
J C -ll ,If In" rI. ,kv.. t .nor. o s ,d l f 1 v ) u t lr
AIlEdBB "1'.T,u /t. /i((l (r ,( ,.i..tI I.(/tndsins mlrianhood. bakn gist ; inditet rayer .husall a be f neo inirt er whi ~ch Stre nv iug os~gle, h ladr t haiey o lacenturies b*ll1" Gree witing agnd as ;1 tht (uc i c sni the blie s .n e









Eloo .s as s I ItanI too, ayhi slis unirelyd to be 6u Abeet ao wrt i h lu to f tb i h efbr e t, th m ast lbcltir ye we lear and st pyvre-d to tloe ao d th
t... 1 Ji i of il is ... .. m c r .e fanio- to aunt ol thi s o1" and lem of tle blom l iis ftile te s sat 1b ,
amlybTert naomw e thin g body n th ily;at a Ic alw y liyed i s as deeIi r estde uedl yn/ ,laoid- c opp recssion. Thuarod degr raded yctoni c ap to p utiudge su rtl: c to wneov itshsu a predict "on sto I
it is t o p t -t '" L F. in e tir, 'ct co a d ld I t the d leir n ;-a l, d c o





'* tyord a, f t ht,' ki y aa nmd you rknow ela d fonxed o ef theighaesponsibiligtens If would indued lgm lo sic .oi :*"' ..' oaper. a Cli ieadpae e
Rhen [akyo if ,u lo.e mel a bo diicult n Si rr ow obymyitoi n ap- .!Bulirs appe a is alsi to n ade t us s is Fr Iend mmip. inP sto s li hy lter hise chral s
L E iti,. tis hca t ai uat I why laok s e u i a r es-lt e a So m r fob vtions pt a th thieh General n onft', This anr wtarotc ered y a s trugl e asrp fret ofmo od cri ed ah bankrupt ; and lIteFaues cof i-
It ~l epen yef Y ukowten i _- can Ie muite h eave f ouing' the redbnvey te doanid i... o, eoriisoflliisiirwnretear tr ncsar ousta Lred



ly -or fn.thers toh ithdony manifetedling. I Eu ilyns nuteve fthe tshoudisns f uene York for te Relieft. of t andhe G reee, I l have yet oun a Iti te popus eione tlie shi. The wrha t Ocusc ure ly srrvie utlof e x aplr ons ,
X1and thItfi ..urh hod wsaad e destined a aGreas, tona; n u lelhhbrt-ao. h nan it 1 rele entagaies i n l ro ss Ro vr resp lab, bu ccna one to h person, Ul e Zea on i n ot j o'of n d t e i se a N
fzealltlr.I'ormyo n ar) oraC o d a L ruf'rli;g ou--itilhmesiats ree. W ll Hoipatwitouhinge thaondt ionaSour ldtheCorni shato tre do hn---eun tatt aane h cc f h ih









b miyc. hton m yez~etfe hv loe~di dyu miAly byt h wdeepof intserbestin i o the u vsp itele preden oli neeaed to t ut a~urtmteigon ;huh in ra ter hesearkeltme-nes t hul a n t eendowmnt. Bif nci-s o said l "t ot mu ad f
dert. il e .i ageof t ileiartgowin with warosedsin" 140tse wilpesne n ten reverMeet uairn? po e t ai eet ritnalotionali falrirtdy and ofiu dinto aldicate, e w l r ed th o r apeaing, oo sh all co e wn t a c hi n o [
E dwardi.f. lli.. ouin hda ve lwtched yourto fup lsenes ay s. ea C it ro ust 'u. o Bth s o c rlu aeiounco- tr ess. o h t lst an fmd ot u ra he r o ant lo ndtl one,' alld ebat erutiyl eliien." ZCnt d LO strikedO "ut ht ie soar N
ro I.ithemrea intgerfcan ,d war rd ntteiled t itheasoiot b u rsti olosesch a b othr tg at.li te h nrd ent I ca- unr wehion wehih ofers han hi st icns. 1 tiuiouldre ail- Lriond dnswered hlnBankrupt Bd Th is s ei ubotct Io
truhy )ddeari(d o b wo ut lv. e E-mri ly ?nt e o a wnot f latut er mhti ng.6 1 ilh the deau b er i n ( is t my noAer t, (imBel anduhre i gheothy pe s llbei n ct ad cap able of itar ll t ron on.--Alexne r thei ac r t. ha d nnehive, er-e
Ed w ard. ThusurgedaF to ilf p l enyos. h thoutI d o r ; sto siay i an hrain vdife me least pos uchd a d ang i--nue seene, uin th course aof.hn regn byion huw thir fsortli e tinye for to exe tht r uponti lA ideic s 1n sldu e by1.
Ai Wh-yueeed hatm a teq .iri tter I te mau t ,y =tuIf lee o c nn th preent Ithis Co th teink wor oI caanot milero uTagcdincipleeof ir- b, irnne up on i t hir e iinl htll. whcrv es wea to sed.--t Cour itin er. t
b uetalhver asrgc oly witlh o E man l rxp ct nbo r hranient Ii yd to liev her e canbe ny mo n ronis r a.n c ryawherir.i l"e nurcyeavtrtacyeto of, th' s d-rsion, ah a.- netor knl few f wit in tlie st
wh nl ofee yo my ert .d ad yo tldm iht'n lris l~h nat thtuea nd-ttw s t, orllehaln .an Believeut w, ,irt heys iren't c h ero O w o o d o er a o~ ifru e efcl
A*etho fral r ya. ] i tof the Manyrbok Suc lars? an w I .i Nora mo red elf that Yoc, lo~cudr en 1arua w oul t tcaughtpoti6!cqi;;re intl e rb, rtv f~tile osl. A. l ie incul o j., nited Sttes notl bein fa merca nte l o rit personC bcu- it,










y loo r fath .N;s lea sr it o all ws myopi d. urely, leos i- t.,i, (i,.roui .lvcrnined oButte ro rieyo ," a `rhrristising tlee (ca rud of a lltip road" to travel, and l Ue
e. prove d a sen tietg s o r .by.r... o l. b.io.ll itl, O.ha be ,"b'c
d r .elldtt l in a boal denlya~ent, and wah b t-. I nd tnhe berettnot dee p i n P Itishao' Ie resd c rry i 'n lom ye el i (Ia rtothos run altestte t G r e oti e t
Emaily ot till te1 hmrthin y idso rtohtta t1 ha ebegun "e ret F dct a nde o fritis of th (lgm erI w l e i-no for selvesofileootthy b t bes martyr. 'ill u math us ol- a% is banker, u .Fer.-A. flpl. uw wanhr ieo rt n ot-





tooen larkyul o l overr ter meis anbes*k doi-ffi cult,enay, Sir, imo'hresoibleto ia intesan tion- B li si ~ryt i uth iift~i ie alo det ctun iao Crof s uuyargi e enti d-'acete nt18-* th.adtratcnrhn aav on
Eil. l, i ce;ta s I r.a .er.teor Idia a istthiaatf r.f t a
tiu'n. Wlat dott ll tliismean 7lot ocas1 n Ijj btl w ll iirod v y o arer happysnnc that it and exsto nc. T lhey have, k ful ly isab rolttbew en n is; n d ire r, shl o"rEt ll eit e y wacter o r enrti











witsed l ll d ev epain myspu nism e nte taie 0nxi- canot sxrc'ri e tl n freriel t and a l" asturced b everd phtale iv11 'ned soi.. nsiutmileo f t tl In t irwe beti he Wac n ioe p n a toe u||sl1 3 tl a lnd
Ii wne e; o fr he a meekandgente for and'tushawithet ri union ,1.) ...... m tiv et"at ,hol in lu i.i, i cn d t. ie s p to tle gloriesg o fhr.h uhme It ir th Wain se a b l -r s ht e rein d s le d wIith Oleft, lor t xprcconn '-
and that speak tou chdou. we Anoth ber n ti e- in e hou ape. to si lecueu iery flinail, C<8eituantii;Cos:adsilw nl o to y :llye Lawm piicr editor, or i grfpr nounbrd obeing
is ac lhe. Fo y w arnofa cud ae orei(oiin, l; e uiti fl Gre ece. Howy trffc~i ou ldng feesr Iinfv ou o they no ladefoter? dlivua.,car o -Whatpici n,"ta t vaaov lerac ftielib
bienen Oh!r wE mlyore aelvdyu Emli !I.y,it h hw Ipl tit, nr i hespoaceprsn d.o -s -an latrli nwhiosietiedi itf, ctli leedo m t- Cs .id"thi m nha
[friRuaig* aresoi Ew arlid,yourecllewn cesm. Wescca lif e .r ,-mnan 1 o if lht han d, wil eylou r ena tires devoait~ion i t ouh r caus aetheys ritavicd our-clcs? TI at wrh i d. v.W u eling S all f "n ato f ive )fl I
*Iomlhirali~tcrn ad rodl aiedhhea rt Unii gus ivenj her clanother.si' e I inrl never mee t dcgr- e icniandwici rfig r t he be stfu odd;nsiant ido chlo they friend, dlars, re Itl hev or allure crttio whoe"
they udde .''. b Mlossmed hC nie nt or ni w again >.Ian '( llir e ncumy bestiny fairl ofr Fact my have, aond the brighet hopnieivfu blli nex1ot ie7 W it debts stOMER A xar n der toite Greautband doaso maycl vcc-
AloreuL, Iw ohatrtls too peyeauain r g heni Ig .advances ic\S 'anidItst inumrabler difiaull ies Air dages oo Be. i nh they havre ha of iStrugevl io, thyhavew atb pre- alio~rk I ome tlitigciait suc peras oli ns Ili unde r som
I3bet liaaucceue in ta acquiil vus. Aamj i bruida tone vi sofmin to fonc e rsn xsec 'hgorme ats, aud eragtd.le vrtery thate ioul'Cr lia~ !ajier ario thnhe saei to be~diug Thel Corier hal
eley ncuul wt~ u Emly I I~ cm e l.e yo uwileria. I oy.u andv oli, k loricr fturesIho destri`'Uny finhsbeccywir nT reattel n iio T H S ee (e ii am ife t
the n caus e. e I o .y Ier d .d -ad ,o hid* nit, t hlegloies o f the might. [lo tll unq ual be n d aw- ivuih t1 o l i s a d lu te Ip n tilt! !t, b iian peiodse illticir I t h riti c usd not beaI andopresribe i ntilefortu nes per -fec ly
yi;fthiplaue a lwy ous ons- fu yocru ie, thio a s uthe husband alof ou c hoi ce, d roit country's Christi ory Sir, i t i o uch tlefaskiown tou fll ofk t hris a li;an.-S tile (oa isin ridsg ae
'' Eil y. hcr tlii s a coma tidnly ian thatd air s atihie d I ,atd'~a -nccln aiicll fu~ r m wl o eri hsrlgo oIh byck l li t ; Jog shl, moeoe, issu a su no su (
'0 w i 'al wih nti otng tl a a ys b lu tiepoved ctio as dee ly,- its evoftedy she o en cn~ f i-ould. ser El i m e o eis muc narilp o le Ine tir e t leoo ~ PaptC to-IC A l w waru h i clr
a eto we :ear tul s so s per- at d m ym eit so paind ito ,fo ro iven the I xr mt of F.r deIio .n fbite i rge th i cu lc niion, ofa o nry i n di holde truc Ition til (letr ic hav n ds landtl-cea ,n tfdii i ndh cl o istcn al all!n
I pre"d II ct ion> Ig .y Iaor htw sbtteci- trsIr yI n iaau a Ir last highr pol pit~ica ol, iv iea aof cinteithe bi ongi .sinc in it ll ]I prsllfimr lt e vappear a dtpI t ale,w time ;lad laer~, and--
p i n c f .mc k n .~ ll i' r 1. t ll. .. l .. .. ,i, .'.. butM h *,,, n ,; ; ], b aren o w nobl chu rch ulo in fln ttlo r i- aia r b e en -hiil ru ia c a .le .il Jl c s fo th c om o


t st-ern and dempotic father. Do not look un.a1 C"hristian Republic. Andtwht doesg she ask hofus? mt of tins fortun ite nation of Ch'istians l 1.1.of ns barrels, He had stohen two the I|hlin'c- f
Yl.ily: I tuld not unnccefsaurly wound yourfeel- She does rot atsk us to becune parties in the dread- refuse. It wav herhern iangled and bicedi, n11W vious wahchh liosd olo n baker in llcneppr part 0( [lio
|ggs, btrt I tust proceed i and in .uinig to, believe ful s5 r,,le in which she is enaed. She asks us her- were gathered, bouudUp, and worte city at $10perbarrelwho was in tho nct. ofdrang
Pe0,I[amnTipsaring.myo wn. I lived you~before 1 not to vindicate ihr violated ri(ght"'or avsnes her was here alone they enjoyed even tha gomb lanbc 01 it h'onm the oven in thie shape of bread whu. called I
AIaAm Wta s ) w o to at i o t y. 0re ),! adt | d9ot, iwtlK, t up ;n by thn ownor tIB fellow altao onuioe stool i
P-'d 1 .P-.ql~ l' )F3, ,~ sgt... coa t 0s. a iuo. ru|0 wron ;'ot t aihar a ( ) u~t" y. [, i' s / -g"I" M"",nCL; barerel aa orrt. ," ",


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#J f' '"l' polih y rreemntmend.-d Iy ihe -omr til.tc, 1.)t
"0. ,A ,IY.,5AR O L ci t i .mo ,iilt t.sca3e it , ......' ". sirt- 01 o Ihe-udnii, r ti',l,-i. *l I, qu.ti,'.li lis
r -VE T'l'ED RIGH P ;5..t I irn fully, I '- aitu at tl. ., 1 I ti 'ls-
T It Ir e l .l lt~ry fl i l; ili e 1 .1f..i'.ii"i' to"iiiI
ryfsv vabrltrti,.1 t aItois so no te 1,11tii 0Wd OtI-it ti ct 6t.,ti -sit
nreal- deal .abola t' "r:aild ,rg/li ." a0nd i1 irc:i,'o it.t, duii fS i n ta i...tr .:. h,,,. oc-
ai*ee uldttio onl in the ine% B y Much eted as ......p it ,," 0 ,1tti, il i: .. ih-
Oc l -It Ir ,v I I I c. I ti I IO ui r- bed. ,Ir i O
geer, we>ssha-:l expect to fti d elcry i7.a t tc i.,.intd hLs jtii l.t ,r, i, I, I l ide .i, I Ir..,l.et
w ilils e vttcled right in hianeli: to.d o eer) 161 undrlltand ;L. .o macti, of t h irt, |rI
lits, .l..p 6hJbicdt b7 p'o.it.ie h.' at the rind ,r it .. ,r ,on eM l t-. ii .... L,..i t t.
'i~' V' ny~at,-.E~ it-oili I t 'SLIC t t6Ilk roe s~i ale'il -I Join.1i't-tthe
i. h n nys cE,.c ,, eu.t r' u i.,ue e ,ds ie p ctd I i. ile" .as
t~ ..r i fl. "'i,'deti r'ne, ifeartied ti a s d^ a0 .,ut ,t her .. irltt di m-ire ili.tOr'iit
mih~ Yi' e.-e ',oltld put a final end to eubjeCls than % no h! ,ll I. ilTl, a-1 ,,ho t ,.all be
*ll.s pmov i.egtlttitnupln any of ,he aproticd to offi.t, uon, pg g ,ub'iciie r,,I: T .
.73, the i1lle of j' ( .rin P th, -- 1 -',11
c _l-ieB'C. edt-Ds;,i- r oc thcre are to iapirarts-iiri,: i in-iuatc.- of
--At ngo h lwi ncesfi .haextenl to vhict-h co ,, a [,;- a r.ni -. ,. t,.i.. ..l It. ip)e
r. ry the otn .fvsted other ; <,, ,,rio ..... i ........ts
'ri li m c ii'king coae.l irenIcd in the men' .- .. h 1 ,r, r,,, er i t,,, ,ttr, i irz rtet. i)r
r a"tM Girlmtnia ii..., ,d pr~i ctits
eii 'K hi' la d 6 cletI .'tjm e; I rhc e ,- ttte [ t t-... .iii' ....d c.i.n i, .. r '.r, I',il"r F-,d I ll.'
Al .'. em mnilsss~htM e /It:'o~ ic re, ir& j .',a i ; pi, -'frc. i'
l te 3iea sh_ subject of the Lill for regular. Fi .e, ih, 't. 'i I i i.
th memenoriallat',e.,atha't Mega- PM' ; .i-f he Pi--'tili-i It i0 r TO
~llcr o h rg ,,I.'rn,.. prrcr ;--,,I -.1 11. -r al wm I ._ .
"' N" O int ti't airi ,5st g'iin t- ..- -tC, a t. l Fti llhus ,,
hale' Sirsie are entered Into certain. ,. .t t : .Ti,:tt ,i t,. L i ht.5t. ,
Sf S sg'r i iOUnion Cuio rge, tle Co,po, ar, id t it is .. r ue OF .l .i u .i '' l i It I /f
t s bsut't': .the C1Corporiatto u of S Si te m t ,'the qt.itrs'J ., .. :uit ict
-i' -A j reSpOctng ccmt.in- g.,,tti f' .,> i i,, Fi t,,., ,- .ap ,,. ., ,
lo ri n' which each of bbtse coriirt ,toC orp,r ,' h, f .tt,,nt; .
d ies v as i' ter. .t d ; h ,t at ,1 h6 'L :o f -.1.tilLJ n ,e ..I i,,u r ." ',p o s n. r, tI I,
Ifiintinlo'h6 c tra ith U ,ih i. n -C i I' l : r'J.la i' m -. -'.iti ii ..
Ife ; ir dol th)ry, 'ek st. d Y a'-'B and M ,t ,i /4I -- :: s. E..'.h, s,.
W e .. "i f d to p p o l.. I. t n n t s st o se r d v h i'/ hIs e tn g it e t m ,et of ha l e F ar, r n kt a g rn: -
q were teh' rlcviT feirs T W ..e r.i nI.
Li e .2o-'-al a n r a ilia iAmi r 1 p tl t i it,, I n .- ,iii p -.;,r ,:.t llt e
lh'rag'6 d lich en .e to all and at thes imi- r andr l -' tii n, icr ri ne Ci ret I 1.'- i ol
Sl tni l dhe racon tr a lnd ever silncb, s ,llig" i an error bt Ir,n .e .-.',- .- tikm a I:e t 1 I., pi, cr
hr aw.-'' w a- n t r ,o u i, ib lte d N o0 i ,i- th e 12n ,a F i I iEl it in ) dl ui.),, it I i .c-'' to
t '!"i le 'ilstite nDroVtde l for the my.i c tnrbng, r al ,i the. o-t'lI t1,,- T c a l .w
U, tiih rk ,s and o ititte i, fa im o F ir iiLt aIt .- s To -
l bOp a0 Ri j Icanee in r.i i t; y, |I.,i, to I, h hisn odge oflh t.est vt. o ri p'ac-.
S a un^t elsewhere and hi.,.-, e 'tirh r ie.tllr i riou f oa' i 3,-din l t coin ct the ir....
IjI-iT" li. rtfie 'righ s1 c i t,i'. t ,& *1 the Eri,, C nt.l v- h ithe ';.-q1icuehanna ri- r
i [l h'" 1 h,,m ir-. t j s rvt iute laildol, di tc,%t i r d, % l.ch
~ f _.~gr ts rana the Legisitiu,. hi- has b [,riC,.ii'tji, ria-minid bi. rin prpfel.ieed
mla (rf the provisu fi l' it trp-.iatccr uid I'uiid praitic tble .it'itt-rri is
fta thbe aelling of iha-es of ih;i' hB tf.ll the L gi..tI'ttre if thT i l.itie, ccall
..sl S or, ~i; e .lil t r ilit'%i ol to i itl li.,[. i.ilW c. U- 1.,tit [.r a
P.tr.'1r1 ni- 't itrit audi inii'it. [ iil t driinai r.n i -it Il.1 suid
io _nid lik e to k n owe w b w l ,. L tia ,n r.a t ii 111 '. i r. Lh ,, ic 1l r i r- i .nt s th es
o 'f i li-atclaito'is toe e.bop pm ted-i B y F.nr.il,t rd .1r1 l .*L 1 '(,'.i rIci o f thi o ,K
lll lt3., 5 s r.. "nt''ae '+ n .v ..C. ,'ia. i, n Slt :.,, ,1t .. ....n. ,,i a .i,,;, 5 ,,t,-5,
ye I easst8-a Veea- *tliJ^ ti f is' it a*> '.- *l~ai *-'s5Iit-5. -it III,- :a'tt'"r
s '' da'sw.(.lw, mtiti to a cart i, e.s ,, ll,: O. .a g,,iCi,Inil l m ..r ...te It i.r ...-eil
apd.to appoint ag ri ti ,) i l F,. ii .i.t ti. ,ro -,;it i 1 .. .-is 1 1i f-.."n,0 ,i,
^I rdf s-, r hi t^kcn frwothEm So e tt3t.""l i,
et t ._' T. ." t_ -, to ,t !al ,.' l I o .,n ,. ,ii,, l, ,.lr,' ; I ....,.
bt. ,, 'tote.. v-,< + ,,,
m ,t ,, i t u it'tii~tsia tit t-ii
J .intl il 'thore .s r-hiug in the bill ihi i | r,-? Ir.- di;,iitcr, 1, abu.i 'phi r iii
-itih least., lendancv ii, d re ll e"r iT, Th1 rcuit. h.- I rer t e"- is .,, .,- ,, k, t l.thJ
]1 n -S' I? [h ,'il "* ,t !,,r*. 'l- ", '* ,iri er
bhoe. ,lt h b e tt -r pr,,ctica t jr )l' ftt ..> '.a I 1 T i t i. I a i
ii'-.i d,1 a u tint .,rori.. .tlh .at I. itlt 1. I, .1,2
dailetrs Io sell ticketL for bista k Ji ci El Fiany .j,.su !ful did ti |'.-i I >. I iLt;t!-nl Ia W tlonIld?
.. Bet;ltt werie in' the ma-irkct Naow.i. pnoSic ,l.ilrldf, c-:.i truct-rrg ta.'riiu.r, Lr r i rr tr...umin
.ti gigsliature s',ould, by gene.ril law. pro lnr, ticdis n a
I ll0 aitt C iSt u 5th C[, li 3 t~ la
Ai:.hibitthe cirlculating of ny bank rin te i in a the whai i i ,7i h r it r 1 1 LI i it .:ltn ol hIa cOuntl,
bile. eadir t;n dmll-i-eh. Suca r a picbittli.,r, caIn in Sie traisiiiLt.till u' aJlt. pliilster, litrr,.
rhi" would dffecnt ha sale ofticket mouare and w.iter l.nr I ll hect ah..-,utinl ,n ihe lt:. n:
I 'tW the sale t shas illegal. And ol" Manilus aud ticait.), iuad are chOcip, stlist
-h.liafrend-urag ihe ale shthe otltern ,oertSi tihct are caico and
Syet,owauld Measrs Y.tes and Alcltyo en igh, Ih -ya mrus be if cjIyd .er
ctnd that-the legillattie could not, %ithut ii Ird.
.- lfc 'lth, paE''- uch-ataft I[f Sth n .e vic.n off hnar-,o P rPt. are t-; sat
,.'" ." --. til~ai slg .. ,l d.ii s ic l ct irumi-.n ti~s
e t.ent an act graatihg a uleqt-y hias p'ssrd m uh -a, itl st s; t i_ t ts k ". a, i-c t- ,t-
imuch .nic- 1 111!.allL lk lu -rh i.& .j l c.J.r.
fhhag'h the i formiG o legiluation, it bet-inei .'ry ar.-i.ll ire ilisi, cIIn Ci 1 -I Li Lr Ca,-, I
San'unclianti"eaba'i ecree, not merely ln its "P-G- rc a-r so-iral ,,,C it i t.ite.li E- 1,I tl..-
I f -.. : "- -- ,, ".ule. re.de rin i[ SIlE r-..hr ie ii .pLtl c. ih
li e tteEropt and exartsashdn-,.but n 1i all.. 111 e i t 1 ".- I. ti "
I ",,- is itire honri cet al i t dl. ti
betaislgai.ihm(irjraon., and t0 e 11 hisnl alts.of 1 hre dir.t -i'- f I,., l .'ltrai,. '..ii. l,2 Ii, .. ,I
3Boc lt 1, i tan leaire t-utn li~rii w ,IltH i-aru 'Lit c :.'r qtaeritl the it ,1ts. c,. ot l Ij ,lii 1... t t i
k "- i, th l r t t tn i m s Tt e l l r ii i i I t_ l ) i-'t,1 i t t
to h ic oin ag o -and a ler ble i. L r, 143 a ;;""r';Il i.1 I
-__'.I ., ', .i ,d nl I hI 111t. l rrjl. I I lC l ,-
-.klnrlg .unporl3l' lol) ths"numuni`t%, ihrL efe t w', ;,] bt i .:, l ,-'ac b 't
,.IF, es 4. -1 1, -'-its iei: -'Atier i :air: Ii t
"pri actal.e'J T i a tiu re sh oi ld bc. d rayb r w n li a Lr.i 'd J it r ,li ',, ro-, l J I L' il.t ,
:- .ii'- /an-i'u-l i;, itu; wim m "t .i-" r n"* ;*" ll,,, i,,-,,, ,'*" "* -.......^. *ihrtb',
W r. = :-'' W' '-,' ,'r I ron It (lier .n 'r I',i.l- ll iilt si .ortIt
.'.... Ii tT 1 p .. ."il L., .t, Ii l.
ti', t i dE d, t -hB I .. .. 3 E 'B"-L-'afs.-' i ,,t...p .;l wi li. ih,.lut by Ui.ci,i
oP G.- L d al ,-. L a 7.it v 1 i.L"ind Ih'
aL',.'..- Sh ,''^ "a;' atl dilt..r6enc. ,n m e-i f.t i r.d ii t bulk uf th-c ar-
ig tti 01 >.f.phl5l' fl,5'. Utl!. ticlei v'PsIch v,.,i.lt1 1.. triirp it'd r.nt nand
lanai ia Lasrd gal it .r sid .il.,t | ii:t i,.f it3
V d ori lKs lear e ofi ldie i isqal. i ermeinstion 11 ,iruht, i t. .te th. ',Iei,
'- *.'..- "' would ial<, a morem ifstrl) dieTiion.,ar tie ic.-
h ,ceived in r-:urn ii,.n rircharid:ze, cstinot fail I'
"-'. r "l, (Oi. ,q'Fr-nc a ri c ,la ntr iag f d kcr i ep rc st-r e uc e.
n ra ua-end p' a bf o It is will, tiegioitit pleusure thal we ctran
p ous-ed autb llo sen wete-p ei be view and conrit.r,-laze upon the in..tiulk i..
"&inople, between thae2Irt of provement of lli ce w of ew-i'ohk aliaody
0 Die l6th of Npemhier,'b the at-' th or' e d latatd 6A i ii .1i-1 Sfits The o inestucierwit.
W'e s hall ere I -tg see a waler conmmoiictinni
tin acWl ..li.. ,r .ThapinCeee8, ts c,.nals Im uak. Lria i p A, bany, east a..iL
'a nce in public scconmpaniedl wpst ; nd ffI 'Lahc W -liro tfit suiitlli, *rttm.aiI.g
is^*^ p^ 4 ;' nnd.tI-a people regirsI tite.Cml h i. e thi otiie ri the 6r'tp. open
roch .error fat tnhey II'flTp Mt m eS -iitirt t rI 1-ct^n bt theSic
St n .ierix t vpt..1._ "..^,:: P. q ,.ntrita itie,, to I rint.a. If.tri ia b ihe f-.l'i
gL ea beetesediih'W ser'hi are (esletde ng i. siort cul tonito e Onai t ..i'
_Ist i wi oh oncrer Iatert nielt tIe h- I 'nii t tI l ele i D lI.A.-, l i.tLhj I'nit!. -,, ,Ind
hirs rAe'aas 'rs t tIhe great inlrot.itI .. if I ,I oie mld. nr N.-.rtih
.- s.. .. s. "t'-"ti m ri, 'ts ..f ,.i't,,, IIr.uII r, aiiJ Dt la.i .tre
a ..&m- gotisriona ii,;ch ith- ah i '-,a I ils ,- h F
sri a ,~. 'J ingon wit thie I'.irte. .1 i -'nid It -. iti... I[m ,r,,.-',,rrt
^^S / "B~ji ltat t.. y '.....e tout a:cii 'ri -
d'o I '..eaenres %ill bi *,n' lttrd dnos "C e-. .n i u c 1 i i-i
e" r M , Gent5'DAr ."s The dt.riat ho.W tiev r tri,'-ii i l. 1 .- .t.,,i L.,i ,r i
Daa.Btdito iave m 1, l a t aec la 'it ,' Ilil no-ne .C t Ail't0-C ." I.
alhisnation shall,1hesflem be danced to eiis -m imIt r.i -13 it
Expcnuiiures i !o its p ia c .ertii, d. J ":ii1
.,.hi-b.onore efgoicrnmetat; aid to supply their -.
-i? lacefificadamy has. ben eilte bli..hed, fa thu Ealarce. .... ji" ";<
,inmattl4cithnarf young-Turka in Europent an l. ri. r r.il -Of li.-c
" ,c \ v L alupL'.iFS. Ill bS.?p.iP i.Htld a ir,mL-.lil,, i-Of
. egp .,a-.. oi. CdrIrr, t b-ir b- rehi.iil lo m itt n iio i -t
"'"." ;'-.n.''\'' '" Circ-d unadtr thi ini.-.ti ntiint Ii' -Of NIr A,-
ea ".'- .A a'.I idio ml nagazin.?, devoted to Artneri. Jert-s t., in o be uie.ni6,:d for lo, on ciotittct
^ "B-, .i;*^'' nr~i i^^ r L for imildinp a plirr tOfjtie 'Jru-iff6 uf rIhi I w,
... u. "is -.-blisj d in a t-i ", fo r P a ritdnu a -te ri-ih-e-fii 'ttRnCIf Lt [ uv
l fl. dSe 'r under the Lr sy, tui ra 1 ti in iI .ii i HitHll- l f h-
iSft'/iS".. "Lrbne. y a",lt h"ta reached 11e e ad I lrri`n for i Jr. I ." i, : ,rit 'ii s.,f
V,` and it, conan'tj are s po:,en of bIad-Cit tEi.dr[\ iarh-Ibiltlnia Ita. Ile ih. 7th
bya'Ereuih paper bEl'UiO Ui dam. tiAer.u.C -J "'strom Gnr-csr,itu I it C0III --
rhfI h itit i-t-
t ic on a' thecredit nd baid L a n it 'tai-ra-otaHi% t r'i.rC i-
AS 't .-it. respec tableviWc Qto o phf r .- 1t I'... ,I.. r, :,- -'. -..st It.eirr,.' sir, etc
C hoj ifdnht nf'od our "wr;lTirs a 2 e r.d-' t. 1 iti.Jasun st -Ot il.. \ _ir.ji.tne I f
Ih' ,It -1at, 'i I h-ircn.il, e hi- ;,itI : i r lee
Te chanc tlo di eminslteiJa Europe "t ai r t, t-hi.', ia,s.. re, a
.7 m alt';.'concetning tinscour-ti) r '-t, iiy a Fa s ut at i iu .i-t. iid Tit r
jown1..v. at II sIarket at S lt1 %ItAditt' I: a ll tie
': j )1" 1. 'i .. ,h :tb. ( hai ir hieai lii torn. i D i '- t 1 r: Hi t..i e
aOiOlierJ/romdgendeilnan ol'liia liva it, wharne: ;and mr'i.-U l I,.'i iAr
, I I i .t'a't i iin- ,o dat F" ..the ,,s'ti ,n ..ian 't a ie csr ; nte,,t-0 l' % 'I-.
-- .., _. t Ir, tlo ,n r a rjuc'ti,)ri oi'i. -.I oit ...hi .- .inp
"- ",- -... i adIInfi t 41,c h, I, l.'r., .,nd ti .....it r i itda i t
t H .-oih'i6.'1tnie ?enite. and abs.-OS sundry personsto i. li '- v: ih & i ih
^SB fi B aE^(a ffiu-t...fnaA'm'-tat otj/ haa Watd. dsiIrlits anit ta) his c a Ju'lc't epr.ir...-
i V s i'tIie friuerd1of the ed 'ftieioto-Oi D,,. L M. C'v irc, i. t'e rc r,p-
dfaren nel lerdeB.[in. in ptlc 0 -le e o tIe Jii ,iitca''C uut,t l f<:r ti
.?pirCxerlionu w- p at". it uloeer war s .blr Fgur iers-Of \V0 II h.irii
taS.n1j dn.,_1 I or st sppotim.ei or h- Ju`11cl-'Ct int
ssified hhdranssbYlllb laofrjoutanjtaete 7th & ~ili iV~rdi--Oi' Hnrris tc.ii,lis,
itedesotooi lbi hi -.njajiehe has on- .obc appointed Jutice of this 7,h nut] Iuh
l'dtea. itslfto-ohseg 1'- all who take Ward Coutn for attr ycur-
di.ni-eaBtun-theqites ibu.alwivays pro REPORTS FRiOM CO%1MITTE ;'.
f upt:avserypontnea d ha has The F'n.nce crm,..'trrc, ,n sr.trm sea mn-
il gll;P-d-aI t.he8 "epr' f ^ i^cial ferrcd lthe p.tlitlt.m ot si-eril Inrorpnratiid
I o;tl fose proayiaumao .-I cor~al aes Fit- tellr f rr .m She htm.'nt Sit the
flosdlo potecrrlhe -a- SMalts-'a- iaasasetd uon th~cm, ,;Z the ttner, B-it,
cud ni yaa Ie hism to prsue, t such rrdeemea'e Liat-li. tle Prt-mtotitn
SdbB.ai 'j s_.i"r83nsce Cuilptniv. lth.',uu Firo I -e,,rsrice
--az-'hf90 Bankirupt Bill-t- ina thie.hd L il>tl I,,i,,ran.- Lortp.-
'" C~c iist hi'tieeVtfl1, t- l lls lltAteiats ten [ r11 hifmB p l. AI"[, I gtslri ti,,- 'ii;
stats iiolitnini' -1it/hO. ^ "^:' 3"^ hoiea.i'td I'i.-b~ -.icnr
any r-il.h hiod b aIndend tlbe p t t1e t te Iat-
itrade ofrnonrf h^t-3mt~~ i8'''jl" '00~l^"f*. .l.aiviyutc-: lpt^1
,-p 6fiheoZjemhiloftl'iS l~i: ^.; 'art, < de-' Rst'oiiitiit That. 1 is ines nu.l.:r. to g~'in'S
1{iri~i6'n'Tn setilign that bit i.T~naolsem, and the prajc'i c~'S tBp StiunoiB ihose me-iititred.
*tilrbla lto pay i l- i". hn_ wii", on 'fir t, i-uit,,iig prsona c aipoisteu
ti;ntittlonaOter'cdtllor bcaumaeuntl.ent ni rei.ti r
tj'ydOO~a conminahaitn Wy~giyolHidlpainst E.,iatre No is- Iih-tunja liUhier, sire 'l'tser
hisasi ilmia'se'hhmi da.r-tidia i, m tigriS]
.Uphihi.^c', his'1 pa*^ tak'tn hn Her C tatain.w S.,rb,, b. .i-,-e, ii...
tifa cnate, a. *llllli b3.. bye. a idcrl~erile itt, 7 Ittat- !tuir.,vi.s t,,e Ftan,. l i-,l.
6 sjtrt, th. retaine d.t na ." C V h.. a'? ., ry No. l6.-R... tid F. bar,.' .h si, *F,. sf Jh,
.- td ok part In i, h debiat,- Isn faVB o f l imta c mrsaishn rins g-iilrI
"eiacion,and.aiise inedhJiBopi;t'."'Ha, e No i7.--Franoei Castleas, ai,.it,.im itsr,-
atbility.-.' :. .-' ., ,.'i "'' aen,.Edumund C 'intl-iso.,d. ,t-s J-rpi, L.
,-Theadsocste in the Houane ot'.tipr ontld' Kl.ogg. 'iChrtsiul,hur C. Benntett, tudl J'.n
tires4 and ons whose,'1boLaiae'hav-s ltl'aye, CLent, re-igne-d.
en grelt 'upott'..t.t .-Bankruti-_.uestlion, No 18--David lurnce, Jihn C. Lull. ste
jl/ifr.' 1Vcb'.#.r. -Thin geaUetliatl i a- Chailles Mowart, re ,rseO, rin,l !'hus. P.
B a iuqe i' l" d-.dli 'hagutnent before Ihe. Bobnet tlt,".cxpiredl
ja8 .i|--C3urt,"Joii the unconstittutlonia- -No. 29 )--T',nrts Col, vrt'a Pcte.r Vti, ',ls.
alvaei law,, wnich Si5 kue,uit'aigned.
uch atlntlion, showisthat No. 3 .Jeremlh \W'. Eli;rti, Dc-tir,-nii
-, rtp- r "w n-ttb. Bankrupt Blii shell Snedcti. jan cie Jtehu BaLer, rcatgh.ilt, arid
i a'rl.ased in'tue HOilY', to glIe tho subjeci .lonaa lirua1t. time esptire.I


:1.hitrongest. aiupTir.aj-lt i, cnao,,detrad, b' H- Il artI Letdci No l.-Will-am ic'lj[aur,
-(.wefijtila'ofthe Bill-tit'hu V00 ci im ofthe' vice '.m \'ai list. iett.,id.
L ourmtupiin the validrtof iiils-the laws, aa I L Ni .3 --Jcinu ninallc-, iCe Rtab't
they Affsct thu right or debtors tI ppopcrt L- JJirnis, ee 't-rLij
,B,,uiredanenr h.irdchcdrge, Hillae a e H L No.a Mmic] Gele, i-d I iios.
considerable. ift'iTL I Coneliu-iaIne 0r.l 111nr, at- i B .i [ setiIt]t' -i3 mV.
te ,late of the Binlripit la,.. it i s a, lcd rwlh F. F..iie Ce-,mm ii,.: r,-|"., i L.. ;nli
the Cuutl will dlcider ti qu ti i tion rt imti:. MtieMoiil ih- 61 L-.alilur, f.or ti.- pltr, e
The c o ial q i .iu- -i .ill priablyu n t o pas ,g a,- ,i.L S a ,a.k btle Fpt!) i LO ,,,.,tui i- t
cussed in a few dasna, id I expect much grati.- a se by tax, the sim of 400,000 Dollars for
Eicilteiomnion lm t-he dbitas. 1 he hiiei.-I s well t e,,nuing year, which the board agreed to.
u ,dereio.d h. ', ,nd imong thea !t judic. .|I nc sanic enonmittee reported an additional
ous, the report of these Comi .ilee o Ltit-n- clause to thei law, inposing a chargeof one a
inmerce. in the Senate. of wh.ch John JtiAuton, per cent a montt on the amount oft is, for
of Louisiana, is chairman, is approved.- She non payment of the anie, after tIe tax C
h eOost.ion will aksaad a t the i beoe toAldetieant White alt tr.
1 oltor wllma0 flaORaR t he J llbe 0oin On.,Aideunipan White apn-t r


Be'teIt, I lated htA in coSisiql'r.cc o! tSie a- Q st 4 :tio ayes b6, noes P, Mtr. Dalt onbyurMrli', S iiis M. L Sittli, 0 lt i, nttid ti Se act
lay ofnf511y of t'a wealthiest citizens to pay moved the reconsideration of the motion to IN COMMON COUNCIL. re!atlv co retIritning juror, wlhen they roe
thci :,xes uil the last day, the city va etie out the 93t sectita. Mr. Kiton's me Report of the Finance Comdyittee on the pet;i- and halh leave to sit rgain.
-nnp/led 'to py from 7 to 10,000 Dollars in ltion wasnateoasntactei, tei enate adjourned tintaoftunidry Paeiks ant I le-stiarcei Coosn' l*--o g
,tF Wr.Mi-et tturary loans, tot tteet tite .t- I In rthe House ci Repraseneitarivn1 .... ,un-tc t... fItry a-u- aInthsoHancu om- ,-rn Y, A v ". '^.u--
-'rant eapettscs of the RBoard. T'he Recorder CesLIul attempt was made to bring up thie Ma- paliics. 1VEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31.
approved of ithe'-plan, but thotiglht that public nufacturers' Bill, and al.othe bill to make pro The Finance Committee beg leave to report /ii-jtln (iii -Joseh a Vhie.q
noicchouitd be give n in.all the paper at vision for the surviving oulcers of lhe.ltenyo o on the within peliti t of several incorporated 'M.d W.-Joseph \hile, Leq
v.)ia time the payment of taxes should ex- the revolution. The proposition'] t.rci te-' companies lor relief from thi pa\inentofthe Deolegats front Florida, has'addressed a long
I rt a'ter which an additional charge should fated o theground that Friday ande Saturd.tiy tas assed upon themn Tir 'l uton'iBank, letter to Gecral Mercer, Chairman of the
a itd, After a os.w retmark (rom Alderman are, bya rule of tli House, consid:lced as dil-y the Tradesman's lBantik, the Protection Fire committee on Roads aId Canal on th ro
S.hchi etlin.an5d Mr.Van Wyck,thoel.ole sub- on wi ich Rrivate bills have a preference, un- Insurance Company, the Sun Fire Insurance cmite o provinRag the navigation i and a ro-
ject-,as referred to the same committee, and less ordered otherwise by the House. Ihe C-oloanty, and t1he Mohawk Insurance Corn- Jcts or improving the navigation in and a
the resolutions subritled, were ordered to be regulation.was enforced yesterday ; in cense- parn, have severally presr.eted pettitions on cross East Florida.
printed for the urc of the members. quencef which, about seven bills were acted the uibjcct, which have been referred to your In the first place hlie makes some statement
r he same Commnittee reported in favour of on in Committee of the whole, and ordered to comsntittie. Aliter having bestowed full at- -bos acerig t ie propo ed sa aco ss taternt
a settlement of the suits with John Davei- be e osed and read a third ime to day. mention on the matte, your committee call see cocrng the proposed canal across that
port, relative to a stall in Washington market: "iMr. Mercer atked leave to present a memo io propriety in affirding thse means rifrelief to peninsular. To 'illustrate the importance
adopted. rial to which objection b cieg made, it bctinitu the psiLtioners by traus:erring the loss o the of such a work, he requires, what would thave
The same Committee reported in favour of necessariat- -)suspend the rule of the house, dlff&'ent wards, or by Iaving it out of the city been thev eof a natural nvga passage
Alderman Laolb's resolution, for taking down whietsrbiquiresite prescrnttent of petitions on itreaury. een the value o a natural navigable passage
the building and fontea at the corner ol Chapel tite e7iay of tihe week. By tho provisions of the Tax laws, the a. i. that direction ; and how much blood and
and Beach treetsae nd of throwing it open for Mr. Bassett said hIe had made the objection, mount assessed apon lic m; companies is paa- treasure our government woud have been
theiuse of the ci'y Aldermian Taylor said he not wi.h'a hostile feeling towards the memo- ble into the state treasury, or raler the tax willing to expend for the right of uimt it, in
would ihave no objection to adopt the report, rial abot to e offered, but to suatai' rule itself is a state tax, part of which is retained case the country has fallc into the hand soft
]it t,, .t iii I. ..' -il' lbe made on the neigh- which he thought should be enforced, if uot, by the state treasury, and part is returned to
ti..' ..riri,. .Iderma n Lamb and Mr. Bolton ha could not conceive why the rulo -had been this city, in mprporttiu to the amount ofstock foreign Ow( r. The expense of one or two
s ,,.-l., I.-.: wana nuiiance. and anugit to hbe estalliuld. owneld m ihis thcy. tOwing Loirrregulartios in milliona.,-r-gefore, is a trifle, wh en placed a
t tltn ..i.... -thley lirught tile obiecis M. r. Mercer replied, that ithe usoapensioi oi ti!e returns, the ci' docss not even- ecive ere ginstlt -ts7 r. m s h p
ere u,,It it made ii'zi lthe representativee fT the rule was' an act of courtesy oin the tart of l tur as much of ie lttax ol t ssuci comlanios lie nays it'ws a u a plan promises
il!i \% ,ruI .' herls so n.much public ground had lthe lhose.'but he believed it wai sel.ln, i is it oaght it receive: for whereveter tie re-. says- it'was a favourite doctrine with Ir'
r. tri -irr.:., .Itated.-Aldenrmann Tyto; replied ; ever delid, The memorial was of an intoerf tiis do not set down the residence of the Jefferion, that tile pboses-ion of Cuba wa cs
I afli '' ic. l ih, *he report was ado|lted. elibg character; It was in behalf G1 tii ret-t stocklio!der, the tax ir detained by the, state, seniial to the U. State, to preserve the corm-
t ani. Ceonm ttle reported in favour of prcsentati,,uof dtceamed foeigners ii> haind It Intut be manifest, therefore, thtit S tie ti. i c- b w ou nor ) hat
,.-ltiu .clrtiui ptibl;c Property, which is nowsy aigtliaad themselves in our war for indepen tiuners cannot be relieved iby the Common mtnlcatton Bhtwnn our eastern ad westernn
tidr li u "T'ley at- el' opinion liat tile dence ; "ad ewas preoeited at the instance ef Council. The assessmn:aits havmg beeean en waters; andstrles on good authority, hat
Irio-, :rlV t.m-. reached its maxir:un theiglht, aand Gen. Laayette. Thile qoestiu fur suspending iinnrd according to law, ithe amount ust bo Mr. J. cleared a year or two before tie uleIth
ihil it toild be more advantageous to sell, t-ie ra!ewas decided i t tha aflirnauiva, nacs paid by the companies that are stc oseserd I thathis gun boats were recommended with a
it a-,, 'le ,-:.-, thy however sutbmil it ltothe h7t, iacs1fi, and the tiemo.rial was referred'to tiny relief is to te a"frit, it Ia lone compe- "
u, Ir,,n it thel hsoard. Aid White said there the committee on public lands. .- t.ent for the l.cgiila ite to afford It ; anti it is ew to such an acquisition. The imp-rtant
weore some portions ofthe public property,'tlat l)r. lBuchanan offered the following resolu very doubtful wihealcr they could atetrd relief posneition oecupicd by that island is obvious
't was in the opinion of sume of h m tiona, wliteh were referred to tho committee without doin inju.,tice by trtansfccrrning the loss but it isa great recomtnendaltion to the canal
nimntbers, advisable to sell. Mr. Van Wyck of the wlulehouso, for the relief ofrevolution- tosh- city.`Itis true, that i cases of tax canal
was opposed to selling asy pblibh prop- ary ffilterit. upon individuals, mistakes in assessments ar proposed, that it vould rendct our commerce
erty : lie thought they had'-nott one foot of I ,' ca;. the ciiizans of Pennsylvania, in corrocted by the Conimon Council, and the almost entirely independent of Cuba.
r,,uh It,i, much. AId.-Whiite aaid they did %,,Tiiinli tith their fellu 0 Li;ia,-I .it its III'J I mount is charged back upon the wards in Its case of the construction of rthe canal hbe-
'oa A, Iiii 'I.o 'eCr, but wanted the instiuc, ted Statefel a liv:tl ,', I,' ;i-i.i ct- :li, i- which those mistakes occurred: but it will be ween the Atlatic and Pacific oceans, hich
tion of tie .hsr. IA-r. Lypcls auhrnaittdeil. tude for to1 0iiasjait e," iii l ,it.. t'r- tL-rl 'i... Perceived that the taxes.in those canes wholly, t Ll te lateanst wc
lrtsolit uS tihtt mhe Finance Committete ropitrt "secu-ity a retigioue l'rc.:,lia, l hi,:l l' ".'l -i, belong to the city, antd that the state docs not e tns wi rtor la effected,
from time to time, such public property a their chiljret owe, un lj,r di.,' I... mroeir-ncr, receive nor retain any part of it. Whereas in the Florida canal would secure to us every ad-
Ithey hotlil deem proper to sell. Mr. Bolton to the wisdit n,' mlwtirta,, .iniJ i12er ol Irt.. tile case of incorporated companies, the State vantage we could desire' with respect to t1il
said the isuhject waa one ol'iuch difficol'y. ,uej..'i.iiiti" irc.', s rl.tri.d .sHit li a b,;.hl' Comnpi roller has regular retursi of the capital .
It wasa fact that mlust orf the propely belong- ith, J,.J.i.1 61a'j.il nth i t ,r> ,1 e t xtenid and sto.kholder, and the tax ia a state tax, ftrmoer: or the U...tates would have the pow-
cd to the bouiid, was enclosed by the most .. i [ i,.;,i f.'u,,la aiiI hi.lnt 'icIr-u 'if the atl ise to lie apportioned by him between the er of e_%aing foreign ships from their own
shabby fences, ant ', a it mi.t ,lLF ..i..i.. -,r L.t,,r .d ih rprcp-i.,[.titUII, fC-1. ,c-epst ttite and the city.. I ltri;ti'v, aV, obliging the to eo round the
uI-auI.- r, l,. clt i., ,, .,m,.,,: i ,I h. ,rvh i.r:.I ,. Fc.n-iaeLg'tl e i- osinittr.ateaoaware oi buttwo instan- t' -ita Mutui-lintereits wotl" u mo
hs,, h i.,- i o ii ,, .. ... .I. _. -,..i i,.l. .i4. ift1 .,'i ii tl t lt n -In,' .. c-rn '- ces i hichthia liosrd .ttempttc to interfere ". U oi setst uldundoubt-
:j be i-i,, t .ii wi ii ', .. ,i r r-,, is,, i iit, ]i opekd;l I '- ,irt :.i'i u'y oi in thu, ass. ofracs ,rated co-ifvp-anie o' 't.eit-C l" ri ,the attachmel nt between this
Juaptle... 1 ',i.' report- was -order oed to be fill n.-er iai Inc re C -i tdCr."-ti. or f tl e e'norta- wi-.i the grutn-d thait the Ch itet hmal Bank ws countryand the'Republic of Central Ame
.:d !. *'' .- i'-;t] J.'- .t iiil t1j i.a ,.t i lii ir inLde- taxetid b 'tt-ir jt We.rt Into operation, and conse- ca e na di
S-The isame. i,. -.'t iai6 a 1_.-mtlei it ci' i'-ii ,ti,',., i-s -- .' iii thaf the ta--sc-sment c.ts alto etc r t o Jo ph. ,' 't
I. .... u, eL,, *. ...]ti-d, .d te'., r i, si-rib t-'ur,,.sT t ''s t. n.L i c u ,, ,-,e ad i th.,, Irantlher castf,-thcie question was by nnayoS t.. Josephtnnrh. of Cape St.
"vi VSi \ i to create a separate commit-' I hiaci of i',.Lc .,1t:t ii f l;- Common- consiat aubmiltod ou counsel, whether thelaw Blas, in West ''Florid.i, i m perhaps th. most
lie, H, ,lit,. suptrintend the making of a!l "seali ipf Plai:t,;'. asia. i. rt-n. r l .t.sacmbly did ult iuthorise the tax upon capital, although vaitable hatboe r it the U,.States'eorth of the
Ilt tr-,r'_ i., ,ie wish the Board, rTheycloso met, T'lhat shia n'a.oraI ir r, iii ;ut'. l, in tlle that capital sasu inpiodt.clive during the year ieaeak, s .c itat o ot.
s h 1.:r -.-'i..,'w.-iaiouiably to the proposition, Conigress .,I th. L', l. '.iiti 1', 1, 1,,1 !! io ie- for which the tax wa.' laid ? Ad Ol it was decided ^asae!' cepting that o'P Pensacola.
,t, .:"I_,ihtl siteptetenp t t lan is preferable to cr of' the il.),: ,-i .1 R -i. .t : I, ba re that thie capital waa tagaible under, such cir- the sufveys have disclosed numerous ad-
th,, *n -'f' a-t i eCd., quested to use "e' r'.- s ir: .-- xCortitions cumistances. vantage. StJohn's- river i navigable for
ltlr, Vir -ck said there were sorc negoOd to procure ihcl-ipa .-,.' ,,.f" I- ii, .:national By the exi-ting rovi,ions of the tax laws, large nerchans. t. n 'a griv i ais n e f0r
sugt i\r, -o, the report ; but he considered legislature. thich % ,'I i.i ;u l,.,, i.-,cers and the pctittiners caniitit commutte, hbut must pay soof-Otgraat distance for ve-
t.1 oll itil..-,ive oftile course pursued-lie soldier of the revolutionary wnr, sahclhi lemu- a tax i; ni their capital. Aind your committee sels Of 30 tns ake George, and for steam
iltl.J"i ,. iii .. plan of passing accounts-hei nerttion and relief is phtill be coiamensurtite do not find either f the cases under consider- boats'ts'ear southias 28 degrees' and 30 min-
Lo.0- d: redil re expenditures thl most import to h5 ...F,i i >, aIa :4-.i ti dess ition to presentany facts to chow that the tax uts. Frthe s hundred mles from its
ant tubjuctthat could be discussed. Hesaid JillSEil'H IR fI'R, was not lcgallyirnposed. For of the petitions m uth it is tu milesat ideh an avemagoanits
the contract were mostly made under the z,-klm.er- otlhel House ,,t I'e'ieu-r,t i ,.: are from compa,;l.t thutoh ol those capitaIls ise
sanction of the strict department. He con- ALEXA' iL '.l AlHt..NP. untder-tood to ihaveoheen dissipated by-the spe frequently expand into lakes four miles a.
tended that the Board hnaw nothing of those S:weaker i ithe Sorliat. ciladions of the"last year. They were, how. cross. The river,.fly.s, almost the whole
contracts; thby could not tell whether they .A ppio'.d lle lJilda ,-,iiin'isur;. 1B27 ever, legally txod according to their returns o it c tr-ags pl ht
were or were not correctly made J A- F %RFt HULZE and your committee caaaot (leemi it necessary length e' *1 'out, through public land,
VVhen.- there accounts, were audited they Mr ''r. ri aols-d fr 1,. r .u:o-a4dration I a to interfere in their behalf, whensech inter' lhe cou ntryis covered with pine cyptresi5ive
seret pwseed. *HIe allutded to the canal eel- r- .,,la,,t,'...t..-;-rd l i.m sotne J.,Lyai ,n-. fr.) flrernce would require file ciy to bear ithe loss. oak and cedar--i" uin.qualled in quantity and
hrattson-te said most people thoughtthis p it.,,,t: t, r-temn 'i .n ii e 14h ital, .' ithe Oueofthecsses isofacompanywhosebui- qinlityin the Uui' fates ;" and when the
celfbrat,nlir had ended; not so with tilis ho"t. .A. ?v61, nt. s,-iicas was c ionducet d duriith Ike past yearwil l
t;.Trd. i i celebratingti now-boks were '1 I, tui. pit., ,d.. fitr ili -.lh1sl,. ci .," iT-. ha sole aitw to iti diseoltition. This compa.- s il is cleared, it is fahourable to the ,u!tiva--
rinct-d.-mcidal .-ro struck, and expenses portirl ,, I a. aIl .ittri. -,Iti,,'l. ,.'...... I ny, under such ceircerTstanccs, is no more en- tion of sugar, oranges, lemansa limes, olive,
,-is-,,hisI.,:.-.ii-,"-.l at Ihe beginning, cere o -i r-- i" lilo to reliefhin thur others. 'i.r hardship rice, &c. I is said hat ,10. ( would ope
gui,,g oan i.n ,,.-., r. He had xi msicd "l I. -I, te ut- ,'.",,t oiu li' tI( la uon .thei'u arises out of the pt1ovi- al i
,iLte.%thtc ....iii tOe item was 1";O( -- --- tt." Sift taile lae a ubi m in i n to-ai inlald tide navigation, from Ithe head of the
i ll tll r bieI u -i" ongi:rs from Albatiy S& .Sk I. r' t.or t -.1, tu'o-S- i.o rirls near tion ; but the comt any as legal ly i existent e St. hn's to South Cartalina.
New.' Fr. : ".'..,. i 700 dolls.. for a service th Ie l, IU,f.. ..' it ,:.i r ct fis dleptlhvCerc whetn tnia ud, and i, legally I)lolud to pai tl With regard to ithe na rigstion aln-thc as.
risilver ptI. ,.., hl .ecatimeofitt he know et 'vczi.t u F -i ,.I.,,ti t .1t th: ta.vl a We it theltsltecr is disso ved according :(s r coat ofite Penisats he retmark that a
A rn..i hcer was itf 1.3 dollar, fur a cloak inot- might 6 ,,,,,.,.. l- i, n ) .t i -on rs et f to law, it will Icease o lie .a ia nc torporltaion,, ss a ld convenient ro sa alreadyy nIXists, aided
i-n, ttis was. for he did not know. Hle said od t ;,,1,r .noIr, .enlk,m, .g'let sitie toiu,," ,,chc will to l,,ger he li.Alo ti be. tax ot c- rdg by a litt le imnroviment, fit St Mary's o
,ttexte, w na/ok oleprt tot t ,N fflt t tto
.,ii,,:r expense w'as lbr a book, nome paLrt itt in .'a., n u n -.", .nd that ut li, to i's ret urn ofcapital ettok. Until tIn thie StJohns's, within Ainln sland ; and three
itwas oflittle use, it asi only valuable as a, ax muo bepid ucording,. totic rtrns i eutsin different piacesallountinginllo on.
present who had had t-co hooks, he did not -ii i I LRO(X rK, .rk,r-, z -1 capuil, or the legisla uret- ust presieionic ly t intees illeand shal,'o uld pens
know,ad hedoublth< whether it would ever 'ClipI S t,,,0ltlh, anshCeU..- n I 'I t ivni new lasw ot tie sual ct. t hue of tuigation front it. Mar.'a to Tertu.
ie explained to uis satisfaction at least. tIle Arch.e ,. tt,.l U. SAle tmA s.m rr;i It-i... nt I 'our Snrnitittee would frurthl.tr rensark, thatt ; a t i ditanace office. hii*red sod eThty.six
worried att duIoilu tee apptunted whose duty Wed,-,.i..i ,v Iu.:t. fre-m N. I urf. ite ih leud Ste capital oCa cotapanyn is tue hi.'i ta xel1 (tecord te0 'rite "cavaioa would be tmy-8ih
" 'm ll V II [, "1 I 'ii th ', 'el d tire ap ftal61l'a com pa ny il c b. taxed (:record melles. T he excavations w would be- through
should be to pass upon all tho accounts. He Canal L .I. Lr. &c. and ,n [s',I J .u, dcl ing too the pre-ent laws at itl full amount, low sand bankand mig st l beperform d For
did not want that committee to come into col. their 1taIlkt .- ," n. il.l. 1-it l ,i. Io auials unless it be reduce :d agreeable too some act of ifty thousanddollars. Thi would-extend the
lieion with other committees, but hie did want post they areas attached. the legislature authorisaing such r ou'on. At nvitin by stea ots ealy a thousand
that committee e.to pass u-oii all iexpenrs We understatill that Major Phillips, Pay- alleventse, tle-ktix -is nast aeiiur6dlylJegal-if it miles.
es. Hle should therefore call for the aycu and master, U. S. Army, Caplt. ltilbrick and Licut. be imposed according to the annual ret-tOrns orf Te rasonwhy Florida has received so
noaes Dawsdoi, passed up a few dayvs ago, on their the Company for thI year in which tile tax wa .I i,t il .-, arethedevastalons isfdrecid in
sMr. Lynch rephld to the remarks ofIr-. Van way t) Caitutnmol.t Gibson. laid. Losses cannot be taken notice ofby the i'I> th s'n, ofa arangemeu islt Bthland
Wyek: he thought his object was to hfind fault. assessors according to the ..xistin provitt.8iions 2',&the. AbotwOrenitnemacindt helando
hitl ln~sono ";I l(s. About. tweit, huhdi,,d thousand or-
For his own part, he cuuld nut i,;.-o the ,,ilmn- DETROIT, Jan 3. ofthe tax laws.. .rie companies tlhorfcere have ai, 'i, t nal,.l ly aithered t St. Agusine
tago of having a c rmlitte Cele apptuinlried to D-fte:d anid capture oof te cireay.-Mlr. Ble.- ben legally taxed, and there is no mistake to al about the o qnltiry in its cA iitine.-
overee the transactions of a arespctat. c tm- jmin ClitrkoCit, 1 is il Y, had set a number ofl correct. bout thestiTe quaclin y in its vipinity.-
mittn t UU t' a- | cesUll [ nli llfo o 5nne trees which are "supposed' to bll. one
Misten. At tls i as t.i- ,il l la ctlit, it trips lir faxes, at a eh"rt distance iu ihe rear Tis eginslantir, i has in one instance afforded hundred and t't"ct y"are old, now yiue ld four
comondutdca avtwentyuywarirsldinexpeiettorour
committee with powrs of oxpenditurets, nnnd of Ithe town. One mot:ning lat weli, Otl via- relictto s reir.3 companies it this ci.ythat had thousand orantys a piece. Nineteen tsi s1ti-
would the gentleman auppoict another commit- itirg hi traps, lie found uinc of thliemu was mtis- omitted to commute in time, but no-comtmui ta, otheoh'Situ sutily ,of this kind of fruit lSir'th
teer to oversee this conuitte. Holi should hbe sinr, atd being ttetswlling t l in t uvtwitrut ity iont is now permiiteo, aid relief cannot t hnbe 'if St-Ctir it- iur tc-irf- i n
willing io go wi! the gantlmnan and appoint eynard, he utrs14d-the tracl of the fugitive fordcd eiuler by the cummoan eCouncil or i te ie ar-oar It' 'er ii-oit' f .- ur..hit
a comittte for i)iecific object, but thought for five miles vlijeiw instoatd vfa fnx Jie tutiund gisitl r wilthit mnl ing the aids in wiiih ehi h i lh i ,,Lli 't rd' r. I ., .1 i'. -.l .1t-
it was idle to itppoint a co im nittee wi t] l enie:, ;, hbad ca gh!aVO rfar,' in the sha ape 'o an the c o.Ina a c situated residitsiblb foi r tIe ',t .lr -,iIi', j' i is t i. -i .' i td,..' .
ral powerg-t i enornom nt. ts e v'.,h .l.f-,- l"i' ft i ii ; 'ii ,if he .t' i.e-. i l is .ir, i-, .I "
Aid. Whiteaidltha-e Fisia nce lieu viii ihiia I r ...nt li .o-uluidioraiB'wioeJ mi. ac ifc "---5 I5-ti a5-n.'.T' -' ,- a
.u. i.. s mo nlyof rtnitn l tiit'liec ommitteeseoS Clerk ainel ,l. I.s ," r .. :- ... t.i1d p1hCp. me J ... ... Ieri r, shu ......... m ,r ''tl." i. .-.
chi Board we ;recti utens;'ittl- ra'piet i tht- i ulyA -' ..t. tl ie sF r '. -- .. ....',u l i't-eflbgi 110i.e |, i .,lA ,p ,,t ,,,a t ,s ; on ... I t..t- t hL l i. e t ., h, c. i., tt .c a ii
ci1o l cd i t lini, in t d tlt t ire .pointiiont ,ii--, tr n,- i"~'l7T,,i h"5" ." l e s u i > n 11 ii, .
u l t o fl t. i"rr, atch t acvanttige.
ti omm.ltiee to ritliIt'rl dltd ll tih exPcl di- ali ve. h. itu; i- u 'iJ ,a I ;ix tluCi ; i, he,' You r colUrnitt:ic Inost sincerely regret that s lie sn u jti ". l
liurBs was untnneceai-ry. if the. gentleman f ro the tieto ite etnd oifth ail. they cannot roeomniertd relief to be afforded todr s j'ct of opening ac r. I ti
wculd offer a reo!ir ,;on for the oppuintlment of -... thi petitioners, wil have suftroed so asoverelv between the Appalachiicula, ".r-,.,,, i 'A,
a cimititef lior a specific ltjicl, ie should be A mans Who .calls Ili namte o Juln owlison, during tha-lalt yen -: l utthey canAtiit thi f rew's Bay, to Caawatchie. lie-says that twt
in favour 01oit. awas arrested in this village last we-Ak. for an that the public nu,'ht to bear then loss, and cuts of tw' and tisar miles would accomplist
The Recorder'r gtit if lie uinderstoodt. iohb- attempt to a a chick, sippoisied ltu be spu- therefore are c,,stradinod'to rcco.nie.ud to'tie thee desigSn ; and that a third tit of lour t-nsile
ja Qtoa thid open itlto ewt wleanu-thowhnlerex
ject of he resolution, it wa to sa-vc mIoncy riusiurporting to be from thie Franklin Bink board the adoptor.'tfthe-llovia resolution, would open it to Ne Oilean-the wholeex
He submnittcd it to the gentlemen, and to the r,f Columbus, Ohio, on the Schuylkill Ban, Reasolved, That iti sinexpedieril6nto gLrant the pense ot exceeding aone hundred thousand
board, whether a cominitire appointed -forage- Philadelphia,rfur,$260. Rowlinson is detained prayer of the petItionerg' above mnhitionid dollars, anid the steam-bootc n vigationi o;-eiet
neral purposes would be as cemlpetent to over- inujgl, until information can be received from All which is respectfully submitted, by it l'ing about threehundredand al tiftV miles
see the expenditure of money, as the s-anding Obior He has in his posseon sever:ai thonrs,ind CAM iPBEi.LL. P WHITE, The immense advantages promised by thess
committees whob hd ie subject under their dollars. It is thought he had a, accomplice, WM. I OLTON, projects, Mr. WhitecOntrastss with the compa
espeial care : lie thought ot. It was, i n fact. who evaded the puisuit "f the officer, sad has A-NTaONtY L AMB, ratively issign;finr-t works provided forbv ith
ditrmilng sicstanditgCotnmmtees who i- d subsequently left the village in female attire. WM. W'V MOTT 1]governmentll.tt year, in lihe bill to provide fs.)
the charge of tie subjects which were their 't ica p."er-' 'improving certain harbours, and the naviga.
special care. Ices:des. he did believe, that if l p-- LEGISLATURE OF NEW.-YORK. tion of certain rivers and creeks" a'
a committee of tl.e kind were established, it (By tie f4aryR Beach) .IN ,"A- J danuartted 27 11
would tio thie mode or improperly approaching EW-O.LEANS J 8 .-uary A letter from Washiton daed the 271
thle public funds. I-le contended tlihat the comp- Swilr on ie 6li nt as P ff ovrnor tracsnttncd a comimunication inat. mnttions that tie iouse was ini session
troller did exaimue lie accounts; ihey twerc, Ship Islaul, boantrd -the brig t'laincr, toflatb from the GI-rnorof Georgia, eiiclouing cer- until near 5 o'clock oen Saturday o Itthe clair
after his exanitation, satlaitted to the board, 16 days from Jamnaioa, in diti-trcess. 'Tlii big, tai proceedings had iu lbSt state relative to of Mr bleltt, the former governour of T.n
spit. s~ifft-os taitt ilho geiera~l goveutiuteitc. Be- tie-see s he Senate had t 1e anks sipt Bitl
and passed upon. Ha did believe thait the had ist both of her lop and top gallant niasi taifrred Stawi helgc eral gove ine.. e- neee i h Senate had Ban.ion.ot Bi
resentt was the only one lhat could be pro in a gale. The captain, by ithe nat 0 of' ter- rThe cirnilittee of tih hiele. Haightf in ,. i
perly adopted; he should thecr'ifito vote for kins, had died at ea Oil the 320th u.i. ofi the t ei t c i le t rtit dl i -d rter-Aletterfrom v
uhe report. A;tr some further ept o la'ation yeiotw fever, lihe tate was lvin very low the chir, th took illte y a lc Portr.-A letter rom. Havana
lo Mr. 'e n p yk, t rheert o hecorn- same disease; snd all" the crew (,x t-r.pencer, to incorporate ithe stockholders entutoi.s il at he squadron under Labordecilis
Fer~y th te saof dsheseL;andmals th crewcxut0y huli ghschool tinsocute- ci-ut-eti Comtnmotore Por-cu, 'allect'.tsoutntitter
mittee was adopted, all'the members pratent ceptintg inot man nand ith cabinu bv e, wvre al ,o^,th Lnti ag,'-r o .iy h'gu i school ssoi te- tuv rHit Cai, aodorii Pri'Teia fleet soI afchaser
votingin the-affirmatinve, ex-ept Messrs. M'ott, -sik. Capt:lin Siilier left the brig beating up tinL n ated totheSaa.ro lvouseto hitig Hevana fleet succemedediatuvngave ctiasi,
Van Wyck and Brow 1, who voted in the-nega- f.r Mobile Point.he sn aa to 'bill froin. the ose to h th xici flet succeeded in l ettin into
tive. NEW ORt ANS MARKT menuitand contitulitii force ihe charter of tile Key Wtrst, where they -are blockaded. -This
Tho noanittee on lands and planceslo w hom ORLEANS ARKt. New Hartlotrd mauilacturiag society in Oneida itlligence ii said ta have excited muc in-
the remonstrance of thlie.tristees ofthe Scotch During the week eding on Ithe 8th ol', anua-. county, Mr. Jordan in thet chair rc it Hiatln isasndahd adocavesed nreiar tiona
Presh-terian church was referred, against ha- ry, Cotton met with a., extensive d tanitll i A Adjourned till II1 o'cl,,,k on Monday. to be tade to get to .ea Fite Spnish vessels of
ving abortion of their burying grouind inkeio the middlinu and htwer qulalites Icr the En- waa its porti amoag which we-ies twso frigaites.
for Wtshmigtun Square, reported against the ,glints n'larknt, a slight improvement. For HOUSE oF ASSEMBLY. Be^. des theSpanish ship Hercules. Cont h'or-
remoinsr,..ce-renepot adopted. Aid. WVhite l~ouisiaua add Mhssisilpui, the market ranges Satumday, Jantary 27. Ftr bac csiturud a slave schotrmer'on the coast
gave notice that he shouldcall for the i econ. frto It to Si cents in North Altbamna autl Petittons-FFotr he Chemalng, and Chenago otCuba, but not iunil lth had landed three
sideralion of the subject atitse next mntectintg. Tnesssee, the tranrnctious have brcit at ,, carols-of Hantilton College, fur p.uniti.uay htniircldsiaves.
The Watch Committee reported in favor of t rind 9 cents, and in sume cases a fraction ad-. fur s can-,l on the noith side of Seoth Mu- Co amnudore Porter cannot act'thitt from
allowing the- Watchmon who were injured in tet-r Impromts within the week, 6181 bales. hawk, andfor one from thie Erie canul to the cowardice Perhapsit iny s.a attatages to
the late riot~their regular pay while they were xfports, 2815 do. St. Lasvrence-ofuGideon Chate, of airfield, dtas off the tr-e fromlut;.
disabled--adopted. Bugar mush Molaosse on thie plantation are in Cotin. for eompensction otr revolutionary ser- -
The mtstrket Committee reported in favor but little demand, and :fforcd fewatrauiactisoiss vices,-of the corporation o. f 'lro'iy, relative to Bordeaux papers tn the IlSIt ct.' received by
of htcatieg the contemplated mat 'eSt 11 te St eontice 'Thle for.otr u' coutitlert-'u most she salent lotetry eiiteta-of the- RIefutrmedrnt-d e brig Niger, rontai\t no lter inteolhugece of
junction omiCanal and Spring street-I atd tihat dull. The n:;poots contwise, during ithe sea. Dluthi Citurel isn Albany, relative to the peti- tht nfiis in Portsgal bhsnliiss been -received
after such nmirket shall bh built, the market ann, comtenneing the lt' of iovontber, Mobile, slon of the lueius of wt'. Bisyard. bv former arrivals. Al Tdrleuee and ins sic,-
ii- Spring.st. shall he discontinued. A neti- Punsanilat, &c. not included, u.re 10,5211 tihds. ftMr. Dity. front the hlilraturo commiltno, on tuty stu ruins had heesit'vey heavy, stud cosi-
titn was. read from 650citizen., ,rerooamenuling and '78 bbhs Stgtr, 974 hhda aid 527 biuls ttse peititt oh' ,lte,,ltiff for tid 1o enable crloable injury had been shatalind hi conse-
site m market tobe bu lit at thu fout o tH ubert Sr M ole' -sat .li.m ,uiproe I .tglwh u lhography, mhiade a q eitoise of tlre s wdeltia of tef str eam s. 'T'he
Liigh!t-et. Ahl.Lamb wants i; fava-r ofrclefring TOBACCO -ImpornB nincc onr last, 1G9 s, aitl,,,n) recormutnlod that he had heaveto livate l ett-n ftom BturdeaeX differ is opinion
Sthe subject bach to the committ.. Alderantt hshd pirt of which is inteundod lor shupmuit. w itt-tw Isis pil lout., A.eed So. asts)ie trelnt-' I vomtenltar Sth [ritias go-
"Randolplh was in lavoor of an immeciatedeci i V have ino ales or cltarantes So rt.ort. fhr. Sull, fronm Slie military committee .re- 'ern cu tin luveur 'of Porte ial, Lord Coc.-
ston. Aid White sold Ille location waS be- FLOUR comes to market slow-ly, in.t has pt-ted a b'ill to a"mtd site Simtlitlas act, which a e r idli.a oiylet aruolesonthe 9th of
iweentheath adId5ttiwards He thought the stit readily fort shipping at .54 25, and Ior wvatsnotdc-red printc-.. Deomber for (tloteva. lI islates to thoswo9iro
location tile most judicious tIalt could be bakers' use, ol approved bralds at tu$4 371. Mr. Bucikliu, from tSie julhieiary committee Suthat e will returns ini tt fesv days.
made, andI that the location would accorumoo 'toeni hbders ask more. Imports sinic our on lthe resoluarn instrtutiuig them tt irquile "
date at least 60,0110 inhabitants.' Aid. Taylor last, 2/,119 bsite soi tu e enitnulicncy 0t' requiring tsie record '--
said hetholorght thore wa nothing toSbe gain- REHI-KEY sells rea-ity outrval at 37 F itiuuntrlageS on iioaon.ulprerntrneesisd \
et by referring it bsck--is wculd peuihaps C;ISts per gallon. At pt-nmt we dn not 00 ow t .( t- hat is sas innxptdialont The reuptrt onw ..E.F. FOR lHE ""EI{S
cause BO iniuch delay, that it could not be got ol'oe barrel fior sale at bite lauding. ]mposrlt mioto ofMr" "Daytunt's-S'aid on the,' table "'Iho-inerestintg ngedy of0 'atmon Sr lythias
before the Legislature thi-sieaion, 'and would s'is aweeb, 1123 bbls. f Mr. J. Cntiubell, from a select committee isi to-bo piact. thiBas cruugt.at the Now iotl.'
have to lay over another yea'r. It was a sub. F.lEtG-'I'S, not withlstandilitgthe nhiuiMance .nasi a iluig rturtint bro-igt in a i bill t Theatre, fsr tlte al.ave nentiomied benevolte t
jso.t perfectly familiar to nvCry person in the ol produce, ate rnibrr Ilecliaing, particularly hv out a roadilaiss Lake Chatpiait to Ho... U.p. 5, titud thisr cats be hultle quest.it
-ward. He thonighntnothirsg wtold he gained for Europe We believe that there is more kin"on. Ordered p -ri.ed. .....t ht It.... will be filled. 'he part of
by delay. After a few remarks from tIlucRe- cotton shipping at ,S.81 than at 3-4tm, tiud have Mr. A. C. Page gave rustice tint he would Danmon, which. is sustained by Mr. Ftrrest.
corder, the motion for a reference back to tIm heard of some taken st I Pd, which we do nct tish iea'n so bring in a bull to aonend the ac' is one of his heat characters; and thiee with
committee was lostand the report of the gem-i consider the spirit ofthld4tmrlkt. relative to the oalec ol' District Attorney have not yet stne- lute play cannot do Letter
initlee wasladopted, DhIED, tr. Sacko'tl g:voalulto noticso a bill re- than logo this evehing,whet e in. ll net nhy
The Street Committee reported in favor of At East Haddam, ont ia 17th inat Rev Eli lanvc to the village of irooklyn. l have an opportunity of wsitnessng the duama-
extruding La Fayette Place So Eighth street: jab Parsons in the 5th jear oftliu age. lie O" motion of ftr. Silt. secondedd by Mt thic talenttof a yoilg Americai, but contribute


adopted. official sd iiil the i leslt foe ur- than filth years; M-.(i;lure,the coulisiderali,, oh' tn Stathc Bod towards the relief of ant heroic and cliistian
ropot-te Itetihle, strugghitig for libserty, stud in want if
"I'lit same committee rpoi-ted in favor of h haa been fortO several y rsa anieiLer of-the bill was postpoeed till, Monday. ,eoinole, etruglnssg for. elie.rty, and s.n ntofr,
straightening Herring street, from Christopher Corporation of Yale C ccego, was emiencily On oun of Mr. (iranger, tile Chimune the omo necessaries oife. Mrs. Gilfert
lo Ameos street! adopted, useful in Ihis labois asn ier'gyItman, and mnost Canal was made the order ( fth day for Fues. R v"erv interesting -itres, setistains the charac.
Highly esteemed by thos- ho h kionew huim best, day. ler of Hirnmoine, aOLat of character well suit.
CONGRESS-FRIDAY. Yesterday afternoon ot a lingeiii g illness, nit motion of ,rt Slit uran, tlin bill t in Pd to her tale I."'i The icthier amusements of
41-Mn ort l ws ilde tihe evening- W'11be in, ounced M tbe bills of
In lhie Senate, Mr. Van Burten presented the Mr RIobirt Wallane, i ed ,3t years. H s corporate tia fsoantopauy was rudI the or I "' ving will ieunc te bills of
ae-minrial of oundiy merchants,,and others, 'ritnda and acqi:,iutanc. arid alo tihore of der for Thurtsday. "lt dlay.
citizensofNew Yo:k,rclating to~foreig apohla- tiu brotlherT 'l'lhmis Walcc, are invited to 'l'D "i.ensi the ..t relative to hip s il t '1 inii ra'sbenefit en lh'.i)ndty evenIng,
tiois Ouf their camuitrce. RelrtredttoIicC0um l tientll hi futneil thit afis atlrnon at half lastl 3 Fus entofccrtt i otfiuhrs, (ill,.'i s penalty of Prou uced a b -rilliant an d crowd house. ler
mtitlee ofti Foeiit Rehationa u 'clock, fiotm his late recti uce No 61) Easox iS250 on inspectors (r Iproitce whih ilvgl,,,t to, r s l 'tera gri en .vtltt great .Ffet.htI. tie
BANKRUtPe BILL. sLrcet, ncxl tI the corner- l' Broome t. iiake retiirs t tlheo guverinr) ; Mr. lty i ll ut tlu clirlaidi, l tutlls for the itanager
The l3~xh~ltUP'h BILL. hity ten Ites juetnr'ttit cattle froms,-sh"Parts sit
The consideration of the bankrupt Bill wa-s At New-Orleans, Mr. .1oh1 .Downs. rope- the chair i and new b goet. Yung, tmne stFromaerl. partge of,
rosumoed, fltr. heed opposed ihts bill in a et kcr, oitmerly of Ncvw. York, in the 43th he committee nfthc whole, Mr. Eldrid m iet su ti n, t sn e ft ei
yearofhisge.Mr..Reed opposedn, ihcw.]bill i.f) dnd,, assu red thecautincrefJthle naleoOf the Alln.
speech ofabout two hours length, and moned year of hs age. in ttie chir, sp,-nt som t ime ot t c bill ti, ges, tliat renewed oflf'rs would be toade to
snan ndmntht ii the i o t h-s bi-lm ohCluh e Itii, M COPA nn iOli y prevent mailtnaling, when thsy rose and iheI; II'dttd it was hoped, snch aa would sect re
providing that nothing in ith bill tlit ld ha ca.'s COP L -2 nenmraisesi-and in ill wat- referru t heItsotsTuiiMity r .i i t s ss- mmci w os d s ecth g reat
construed to extend to onir;cls Iade previo -'- setaped Gum Coial,fr sale hy ', eomm ii.e of he whole, fniT. s. I'ais'acto wa r i
to the passage of the bill. The an ttdment J5L OOPD & \RIG 8 Bi rnlig slip, Smith I. tlhe chair, spent some time' on ts, bil The ino teresting Hibernian mel,- drf'- or


t Brin Boronil ne,or the Ma*J of Edin, cotltinue
e to attract full, houses everyeevening. It hias
been go'. tup in a very splendid manner, and
ids Fair to remunerate the enter.priaing'main-
etr Oif the Chaitham theatre, fori the groat ex-
pLnse and labour attending so splendid an en-
tertainnient. W.
S SUMMARY.
The prospects ofthe Virginia Convention are
unfavorable : the reproaentatives from the
county of Caioiinn having suddenly turned
against it, thus giving the majority to the aria.
tocratic party. TheTriends ofthei convention
however seem fully to expect its adoption the
next session of the Leg ture, the bill have
already passed to an engresnient.
Mr. Randolph has been requested, by tho
paopleu.of Cumberlanid, (a part of hit old colq-
gressional district,) to stand as candidate agaillt.
tbr the Houtce of Representa, ives.
Contributions are .il making for the Greeksa
in Philadelphia, and in the neighboring coan-
try. A ship load of necessariels will be rendy,
by the tirnec.the rivnr opens; and a -load offlour
ia about tc. be sent ftcis Bedford far the same
destination.
Colton was woith from 9 to 101 centsat Pe-
tiersburg, Virg. ot tile 2i6th ; corn $3- a 4; and
luiacco 4 a0. -
rite river was still frozen at Cincinniati na
lthe 161ii instant.
The H-ouse or Represcntatives of Pennsyl-
vania, have rijcted the hbll proposing the re-
mRoval of the Seat (of government, by ai indefi.
nite poarpinemsent : 47 to 37 Mr. Duncan
hag reported, to lhie house of represirntatdi-es
ofth:it.state, resolutions in f 'tc.i.i r.f pi.r ,if
foreign colonization'for frr.: h..', fr,,mn the
Un ted States;, without infrtii. r r tt,. r&ght' of
;',-i.,d dii ; and authurizin, Ili-!rcquntitiig &
.r'-irrl.ithe the members of Congress of that
state, to aid tihe general government in adopt-
ing and effectingsuci plan. ,
Subscriptions are oropoased in Baltimore, to
raise money to obtain small library of reli-
gioas and oral books,'for the jail in that city.
Such suggestionis wo.thi dfattention.
The wetliter at Nwoi)lk fias become so mo-
derateb, that-thic harbour was nearly clear of
ice, and thei in,, .id l..i, vessels had gono
to seo I t .I r .r-r v :,! i.i inace-esible ;. aid -
a schooner had been cut through anid sunk by
the ice. .

\.MOBlLE, -Jan P.
The two veac-Is s 'Tsr;.a r-t".'.y fromT-
Barrataria, have tt.... iL IIb,,, ::'..t build-
ing a Liglhtt H-louse.., at Lthat pla$.,. originallyv
from Boston. We understand th l.; remained'
14 days at Barrataria, during .%i,. I Lre, es,
saw inly one man, ted finding n.- .:.. t, ta. a
nor agent, to deliver thlie cargoes to, they, put
into this port for safety. A third vessel sadiled
la company, not yet arrived.
IUNTiNG DO, Pa._ Jan. 24.
Fire.-The 'Fan flouse, occupied by James
M'Kentan, of '. ita;'.,brg, together with
Bark, Hides, and finished Leather, to the val-
ue of something like 1500 Dollars, was con-
sumed bv Fire on the night of Fridayv last.-
Not known how it originated.- Gutzeit.
W V1I1MINvGTON.i),(.C ) Jay1, ".
Frot Jrumacis -Cpt Peitneit. of schrt
Margaret, from K.ng.ir.,I Iam rl',ime us, that
previous to leavsi, tl, .1 p'a It, cl. d on the
Collector of the Cusaoms, relative to the enor-
niuu-j duties which wvre demanded, who as-
sutred capt. D. tlhatC one ia/f-would be refun-
ded e either Ilie duaLies demanded by-lthe home
go=erninem t, or thatbyv the Island. The.Co)-
l.ctor handed Iii a dispatch to read, which eb
ihe ihad just received from the Dulte of'Man-
chester, the subatainco of which ,i:wr, tsl't 9
tite Assembly of the island i'.I pr..,.dei tfur
sthe T r snt.ft'r_ Silari.t ni t" ,I ,"'t o,'
he .,.d ,ir';: cro lh.c ir,: i A. s .'ties until fur-
S other *.-;drs- to D ,a ,..;], uis that the ex-
penses ott lhi charge ambu. t i *", ,z"', t313 per
ciqunt and tiat seonie 10 vs.,-i hid I ,id the
lidotble duties Ie hs also .,>icd us Ai A, h tihe.
obllttwing :
SSte ,/'the 8aketsel Ri-L,., Dec. 15.-
Flour, retailW 6 Stav.', tii, -all other Amer-
ican produce ve'y low and -no sale.
h r The followtring Tariff is exacted by the eal
authorities of thi',sland,'bver sad above what
Sis demanded by theColiector of the Customs :, "
Currency, .' 8,1ito tIhe dilar, or 18d 15c"-
Flour per btrr'.-lt 7u Il,.uILt do 3s 6d ;Meal
Sd;3s 6d ; 'Pea, Corn, &.c. por bushel 2s id.;
SRice, per 100 pounds 3a 6;d ;' Tobacc per
Spomund 4d ; Navnl Stores, Gd 1Ud; Cvpreas Shin-
gles !; R. O't.)t,,e. 1110 ; WV.0, doll2s;.
i boards ao, t'-t. llrt.- I i lOs. All utber kindald,
21 ; 'tonnage Duty on vesasals per ton 7s.
MELANCHOLY FATALITY.
" Extract of a letter freoi Liabon,'dated October
* 17, 1826.
h lt h-s Etc'.rc, i r fr-iler F, l r ly !o ti ir-
9,.-. i,,iru r pait'iii rind ; ir.cltig eveilt tiil
5' c tiei i iiu i ,.,.i it' n ,J--'Tcrie e o.itarday
* I.I tart i' *' she t .r 'hf n t.. tisgssi c ix
t y"f-fm ='4 ',- | 'tyilit'imt..1 i;1 the bbUiarhs
t tl.,! sl,. Ci.i.flr,'.tdL 1 hC Ih.Jt I s TI' i.
i.-.il-.-. *i~l, I." ..1'eiiii Varlohi t iiilitn Bed
aedtktous wordswith intent to seduce others
'If his corps from their sworen allegiance. The
Sprisoner, after'receiving the last offices tf re-
ligion. was brought forth'acconimpanied by two
Catholic Prietts, and escorted by 40 soldiers
tt if hia owtn regiment to thlie place of est.cation,
s which was on the Campo Uranrde, a short dm -
l, tance froun the city. His oGitn was carried
i just before him,.which tended considerable to
Heighten thie solemitty of t oe acte. "He
- kneeled and played frequently on the way,
e whtch, in consequence, prolonged the time of
- going. .Abr.ut 10 o'clock lie arrived at the fatal
se, pot. At II he was ordered to march round
Sthe-troops to admonish them, tite -two priests
a dictlaing what he said to-iis comaradeis ; att'ig-
whith, he returned to his former r lace, vthare
he fell a victim to an overact of cecremony "
Sthe part'el the commanding officer. There
Swere nine ricke.d. tsn otdirbd Ln .i'hoot him.
m He k'ieeled, r-i 1 J -Es I't fircd by :hetarIctr tIn
" puil the cap.. .r I, t lc. hiich r.d d ; .tnd
whilst the officer turned round (to take a re-
prieve frtmun lit pocket) tite poor fellow drop-
ped his handkerchief from his hand, which, was
understood by thte men who ware I, -htooti4',m
as asigntil to ir'e, which they did, rid t b.l eta
taking eftLct in different parts of his body, he
fell a corpse. The officer had receive I the're-
prievi ttiy that morning.'privately, but etdea-
voring to colivey a salutary dread of thecrime.
(which in the present state of the affairs here
s .. .:,, .IrtI hrce,! rr; 'it and to heighten the
ti.rr rof tte *>'6t:c, ,rc hI, produced the par-
don,.he rirer-cfcd his part, and by a dreadful
fatality, the-poor- fellow lost his life."
AUBURN POISON.
The annual report of the inspeeors of thin,
prison, was yesterday presented to the-Ap.
senib'y..
By this report, it appears that the expensca
of the prison for thbi year ending title Slat day
of Oct. laiat, amoune-d t1-. ,$d0,736 05, and its
pett prc,:eeda to <'J 52.i 17, wlci left, a ba-
lance against thi prison of $10,1i95 88. An
appropriationn of $l0.0(t0 is asked, tbr the ge-
neral sujlport of the prison fttr the current
year, mnd also *d,37B 79, for tlhe intrpose or"
raising part of the outer walls of the p-isota,
which are alleged to be too low, atd to ocea-
siot escapes and also for tile purpesa.eif
bthiling smnic additiotaal work shiops. a-'
The nett pron. ede oif tb0 prison the.yoar
past, amounted to $ .jf7 9tnorelltttirbeyear
preceding, nid the enrent ieCo .i57S7.:8l hove
'dtiXO ol" e bitr last suII was iwiug to an 1ii-
crcns'c in tie quautsi y .ntl [>ri<;0if rations for
tl[econvicts ''itere vwe~e -uceived, dtritff
thrt lst y'crr, -133 coi',(sit", aud disclihirgea
125, and 7 deaths. Ituavn. lihit one mlte in
prison at tt-e lhr n-ft r iTb i .r ,iti g of the
year, whith ltevedlai9 celis unoicupied.
It is pnriporcd to aetnd the convttye of six
additional counties to the Auburn prisonswith
a view to lessen till numbt r of convicts in the
New York prison, hasten their transfer to Sing
Sing, and thereby save much public expense.
in supporting the New Yotkl prison, and alsu
with a view to apply the imprtvrd system Of
discipline with stlitsr5 confinement, to altl stai
convicts as early as prattltcahle.
There havuteeu 86l eoeviters pardoned the


year past, whose, averagee term of sentences
was about eight seat. and average tem of
confinement 2 year.s,and tIe expens f whtso
transportation and dischmige nione, ; Ivas l(7.0A
76. Of the above number, 24 utiNe cofiiuiid
less thrn i year. whose avorareo lerm. of can-
finemctt was ti ontiiibs.
IntIirlnlio ii s givCt of the character of 79
convicts, who have besr-un discharged in year
fp51 ot 1tor tha t 1'reiron, ofof ihoi blihavo
iledlydleci well, 8 ,have been somnewhait impro-
ved liy irptisoninirent. 16 continued bad tnen,
andi 3 'ot sufficieltly known o r described. -
The avertgeo term of' their scittence's wSa
about 7 years, oJiI avaiag, term of confine-
ment 2 years 5 months.
Irom tlie examination of 94 cotNicts, last











clanged, It upoar. lhatl b aiedbetl addict. family ar inv t t o al i.insid rfre fratr-ai, til-,
ed is inenotneeune .2 were d0priv.d of their alternbou, at .i o'clock, from No. 99 Leonald
parents, or l l. ih m ,,ben young, aInd ascribuh ,treeit.
Sthien ruo to lgatibl i -. 7 tolpocuniary enilbar- On Sunday niornini;, Crnbinc Louisa, infill'
ritsinpaio., anrid 2 If, liiIa or ai education. daughterof J.amie Sci t.
l ihi. nund 'cch<. A -,I' i. p-risron is ate!lcd At (::d! Nrll. N..1. on the 90t instaollI of
tobeflourisliring. Itec'w embriacs lil0Uconsicts, corauml,titn, Mrs. NarNcy Crran, agcd :car!y
wlu aret I iLUt iL read g. writing, and arituhic- -34 -ear;, ioneort of' Mr. Cal'in S C'rane.
tic, by 2;0 ieaclnes, a id all under thelinetruc- ^ '5~ ^
4 t ionasaddiccipliacof A'. r,...r.r,. Thec'unviclis I LEARLD -
are healthy, 'not on r being now sick, except Ships War. 'Thmipson, Misxwell, Liverpool,
From some chronic afbcion. F Thompsn & Nephe, sIni; lana, Parker,
In conclusion, aastiong ppeal is t.adetothe .Mobile,-E D Hurlbut &. Co ; llr.r. ichr Stanr-
l.guilature i L.tehinlr.l ihelrctL ,t.d ,8.ya,l,.l Icy, Andorsun. Mexicu o: schrs Hore & Haln-
ke, eTahire,peCLilt -uW, ,.ir,,.ir t1..1 '.l o tohb, Chlase, W e. IIlndies. t Vai Ni rt i jck ,.
li nall, erd iu be en1ii I* .'Mllairirc.i. r Ir i rar, S iste, BierotedA, L Smirllr
..; I l,-.,__ Active, Whittemore, Al xsnlria..
',e.Vr..w .?fat Pr-on atr Sr g S infg.-ig-The ARRRIVED-
report of'--th commisioners on this subject, Br. Packet, Froeick, B:,rriw, 40 days Irinr
S was made to the Senita yesterday. Their orig- Falmuith, Eng. and 14 days fri in Halifax, isiti
final eorimateof the loatof.the prison, inde- the December m::a. Left 17th, ,0 Am ves.
pnier.tlY orfthe iRealairilt. cuIt ,1 r. par selsa. Cleared at Halifax, .la, 8, schrs Cur-
11i). i ildipt.unablO il pl, nj i:i r r '. r,,d low, Cardwel!, fJ r iBoston Thankfal W ins.
Rnd wharfl..Tio.ing- c..,,-I:i, &c. t r ?;, lbw, liakhr, New-.York. O.li inst. in a g.le,
V71. A pr ',prlpi it. G :, roirr'r c, *t.,r.e had one seama n washed overboard, ca; iit;d a
in 182i of I 7i&, )ri'ol0 t110) 1 Iih. a.. 1.1 4 way the bitlwarkau &c.-exa.erier.ceI vey.-y ce
a. ans n'pti0rl in i i, in .l *' '. r.. vire weather on ite coit, t. Caipt. Jr. lnrforins
,K86.-Si 'if rral le.iir .. Z' .:.aI thb' the day he sailed l('rmn 'alrnouth, he f(w
d%' o'il Ilhpe''i ir l8-r l" : : :. :. I ., .r two li' ? of brltuf ships ivjth the troops on
tjX crli d l'd it e- h. a. 1 L 2 *t r 'I- tI C .. board l.oua ti spo ai Tlihe Froic, or tire lat,
prol ,ratlloa t Ii .- :.-J i h. i.',t,.,' *i' D-c ii lot. 63, !ct S3i, eilco,.intered t!e nOr;il
mate orilh,' ',i. ,tKlt jitlic or ti<,- e.e t,',, treimetdous gala eve- witjr.*t+(d hby' the old.ic t
waz,'4E 5 tvi, ; b, itt h. It L ,i-i.. seamreu tlin bo.'.d. Abiit 9 A. A. she sli Ippeii
ld o '-ir'eiU .1iO .irhe c.. ,-.t i., 'I 1 a sea whuci carried anav ir its reit-tless
s' "'o e t]' l t, l' ir, th I i,. ,t, r.. ;i -1t i I ro. eica th iult', arks, stovein: l tie hna.s, sws -pt
ecee'the ii4oriiunci I I *I.t,-h I. ',l it livery thiig cluar orfher deck and .washed tIwo
ihbs'berin ,.rlI arid ithe c. t It. .. a, *r i teiiu overbua!d nbho w're; !ckily recovered -
ahierhali len i Di' i I l in,. .,l I h i II 'i t 1 heF. lay ftr 15 minutes oe her leain eed!',
: cunacqit-iiti IIn 1i ip"-t.' 1.J ni- ii Vi 1l.a a shea every preparalionr! was niakiig ito' -,r: a-
k' ,atl-ii ieSI 1 ic tril I.l P .r t [ u ].,'. way tire rinast-E- hliicll was pievene.d oy her
Rd is jl70,fJUIl Ncr.,: ie bi,',i-i.,i- ,-i,, f righting. So certain were all hands ofhe'r go-
thoe,.work. I170ct1 SUd. -4tl.61.aLh 224 r c I-. liari uea. ,'DaIl '-I niamc--'her Cltol iiiniit tfinenand s ne pas-
IIh, a "npLr bu rd roa,' Qrlc.h .,' I singer, were inclosed in a bottle, to bei lve
rrnmoed"aa %i ur. .britltiiid ThT.: ...,,. ovctboardt, that hair friends might learn their.
: (lent a theR marin b d ) i 47' fI'-t loni. j4 'ate ; on the tMext day a min wan washe'l over-
f.,et broad, nd L'our tiUtie or it.Wri ta r >I:l board-bat the sea ran to high to lower a boat,
high and they were obliged to leave tit. poor fellow
.-. t his fate.
The llm i; ara I u.,amtlnts of Silaries Brig Ainn, Barrl ofefDaners, Mais. 24 davI
pra InO.leans, liath cottolr & ista,', to .I (1d.
recehead t,,- The. (I'ni'...ri 6f Guovernmentor 01m n 3ipr 1n '
rece6o t,7 lre ,.,.r isof GoverrmnOn burn, Hlaydck & Jenkins. i VV Field. I pan-
uo4 lt)) t,"l-- '. '* aengee Capt. B passed Kn, .'. I I ....
GovIc rri.r .... .. a .. .'. .notlin, ofl" the barb- r r t oU I'..
; .cucri at .O rn r, six.dollars r t '. t i ... ri4',rh aaolo ,.
ada 't urtn. his" r,.1t .dr nce a ti he' r h. ,..! .j. ., -, C l ... 4.1,- .i r.1
Legislaetub t nt:, Co J t 'o Commis- Mountt Val e lon, ar f Bi', ,.. ., I '.i-.- ,.,.
,uiiera tl"' abis 1..itd '.fli,.e. and lha sFur Liverpool; csaie dtv tO;nw tile slip Chirirear
H+.i idoil' celill"ad. '':a it' l ':'l ", .Vdania, fro do, fu t'Lhi- l .- ,!I ih, !r 31 .S3 iri,
Fiad ........ .-." .... .. tr 76, brig iipr, oi L r,,ia ftio Trifniaid, for.
Ch l 1,,tI. ac. s ul' ',0e Wpilmington, N(l 224 days ilt-l-5ti inst. bese
S Suie,-, >,2 .... ...... i' 000 xprienced a ve: c tne. had her bueivark,
CiA,'r, ||I .. .. lteh 1,250 stlve.tinr, ad. sustained uothr danrige.. I'Tl.o
At.-rris tesor i ...... .... l,i;' A' has ea (xirisnced svey severe Mriathetr 1t
nep a'ir ti ne Nt 'r: C..urt .. 5tW her '..'.
(tf r i.."P an t.17.,:, ,.. .. ...... 500 Br ..: diirgs, from'oIarleston, and
Seretar o 01 :.tea a d a.crt, I1- "' 13 daa from Newport, where he pnlt in wirh
d,,!: ul L,,,i.' l b.t al:,l 1,50' lens' of rnidder, sails, &c. wliih coitun, to o
Derpit 6u.1iiir) oi at :ile C;Ikrk MerIa, S Allay. 1i Coil, and to oedtr. I ha Il
C ....i. .i .r'I I, Lan'] 111; ... 1,5'00 I' lten frozen up awtel Har lIat Is!and arid
I i.hnpiiruii ...................... 2.00 1 i r.r'-I'S P;iht-tfor the last 14 i'ayc.
Dfopuv Liimaipirollei:.......... .. 1,500 *':. A .',li,.at.l from POtr'i u Priicev, to
"1 re..,"rrpr........ ...... ..... 1,000 B .\,..i. .i I., LeftSth itnt, brig .Buit ;L-
i.u. inidd'tlion t'hiaai.-ar.:;ir pol,, efdo, uict; schr Resoluition, of Baiti-
clerk ii: s........ ........ ... '250 noe, waiting. cargo ; Betsey of Newburyport.
-SisvAjor GeneLrnL............. .800 Irading ; Hope, of Beverly, nl c 'Ihe only
Do ir, ad',tt., 10i hi i E.,'nr, Am.'vessels. Tbe Hlatien bhig C.-mille fer IN.
tu be tepcridd lur, 'lth! ire arid oi-. york; sa-led 3 ds before. Sa.iled in co. chr
fice epi c.. ............. -200 --, oF an eastIern port'I"or' \Virination.-
Privraie P Cticry o'the Csrsra.r. 600- Pass-engerF-A Diaachet, J -.ewis, iU Con-
Cornrn,:.sa' G'n.r.ir............ 700 dray. -
Oj..:. r.Ger.,.'i- ......... .. .. 800 Brig Jones., LEjch, (ifloston, from New-s
.1 ,dge" A,'r.at t-.-r[FeIl.... 150 "Orlanas, and' 20 ds i'ri 'he Hialir, vwi rtcoltoe
an ite Lrr:,-,an ...... ...... 350 ard sugar, lo (.io.df.ue it Co .iackie, Lock-
.l- ---- 'IMrt S Co. I.'W. Fte:d, J.LidlCaw, artdG.
U 5 S-llfLI-ME CO'R 1'. b uck. I.e'ft- 7th in-t. Passed in ite river,
\Vedreia ,. lini 2 brigs "Eliza, ,'ilden, 61i days from Brerri.n ;
Simos LJ.aj t, I -', i I Ftls Brundy,- Colossua, -of rFortasistn ; shiiis SLth:u, of
liad ..iherk.' ia'i7rrl ', I' I C.':.Vit ('..,,it ..' "r'i rrom anHoston, and Lwis, ofPartainoulli
Ith Unil i Na.te-a., !'jr lthe D r ret t ,\ :i S,. I .. nothirg.tI
Tea' ,.lej This i.-.' i? tiiedl, t. ,1,. ..ltr'Cies-a Fiirweiather, $rom Rich-
6'i. e ,le.'T.la'1:i.'ff ira Lrroru .i.idMr. Ea- iiondrl. Tlfr tho Capti Oih inst. with four,
ton fur LItieQlfit. 'tobacco, &-.. ibr flbstot, put iin i' ditress,
J,,,e Je, ti. ln the l ij.r c i' EnBoch St. i i ..r. dma" ra.' tne to Id;'. ,ird rigg ,ding
J,..., aB I .Z :.. ..rgum t i i 1-1 i i in a lo f om \. N',V. capt. F. i. i
th's c lae wag curir, ,Lid bvy t Q.-, a fur Plain- tryilig-to aarve th,; jib,.vaj yiZ-.Ichd olfthe bowv-
airn Ciror. :-'- aptit and was luio. TheC'C: wao blown off in
Thuirsfiy .Jin t h -f'iecdge of'iho Irlf-etowy all frost bitten.-
Ja.ki.,n > % L-h-a.' Argrui.-,at 'contiand 21st on lar theedge t'tiri-tegulf, spokeiI brig Harriet
b Mr. thr.ilon .aid Mi. I%.'ltater foi'lo.i ofarid ibor, Boton, frem ithe W [idius, she had
fendnt in E'lior -, .. aost other sails tor'i to pice-", arid 3 if. her
n rnda'3,Jan. 2i. crew frostbitten. Last Sainday offT Ha-rry'i
.lRleas .Iaciautn eidcnl i Enoti 1 St. John Foot,sp.ke schr Washington, from NtYorh.
v5 Robert Chew. friae argineri of:hi c.a'c Schlr Eclipse, Howenv, fsistoni, w' h iodzo,
cjIcLndId by Mr. Aitoorner General fur IPl.ta &c- to S 1l Herrck &G Cftd l.,i,.., V, Son,"
tiff in itror. and others. The E l}in heeni Ih, *cii i ite rie
SChristian Clark' .vq 'lihe CIo'porfit-.n of ice at'Throg's IPoirt 14danvs.- :
"...,W..liscroan. I he ,rcuifam l ofI lIas c.,e wass hcir. No leor, Libbiia, i6 dq fmAnux Caye,
of ine.l nty Mr. \otb Ler ir PI .iiar I, L ,C'rr- with c.ffe, to !.cfirrrel &r. Seil, Marton, \la-
ljuffGreni and A.am Be'-it, l..',..1ti-, ad- rean & .Low, Caridler & CGe. and II &; VW.
miltedas Counarll,,i. outu iAtii, u,' this DeloIUtidl. leuft. Dec. 25, tri's Vteloeity, Pass-
Court. more, for NOrieats. tthi; Congress', Seara,
.'.h, .-- oston, 12 davs ; sch- Julia, Fuilor 18 dais
Iris foI';l awog" .ra'iL~in r .- b: .., aa me6 ., I .a...n sailed fir Port au Prince; Ha)'ti-
ka.-ilLedgr.dr b3 h thear qinrt d1 na: hi .ItitR'., Ir, b,._' -'ucker LeC-:aia, Rebiison, for New-
D M .*Ia 'nlj Cubhi Sr.ler, i. ihl. a .l e ,1 tih, .-t'i-'L ,.t ..... i. l ,i, ].u i,-'. : i
-u,,lr.i.-tltieaP'.h:r.. d-.7la+f". S',_t... t'.r-o~- .tfl.7. ISW rnnt-^ti,1.2'la t.2a" I.
St .'l'I'. e 11-dae1, l -thi? portirc .,1t-n1 3 ,, ,_ 4,r ,. I r .c ,. ,.- 1 rr l x-i- !
a i, llt n D '.A ze l -.-n r t o ht Kh L-e -, ire I ", *: .;. p t l 1 o-l tni t L.it ,o ,, I
'-T ..r 9 I te'ne tll ie aln rt,. P-.. LL out 0I 2':., la' .. or'gGlv. Carver, tjj. I'ruiri l'.-
"'1 .e. 'l.ii fhroi ..-..... f i" n' elk Irt, I r "'.t)re na. a s
.hir, L?. (_' -it H.I t -l4 !.iar:t h'a. a .- i. r .,Ita .r via y, 6 days lia rn ewbern,
L'-i tIle "r-l'.0O. f.-ilhl puof on' C:.'l.ail,.., "' I ,l :..3 to'TredwPel &. ThoriAe.
Arnitld allaita.:hi, iO acloas lei.],J a, Cieui tCutwrdii blunana.-asels at r'ntbnr in hipbay
ohti-,e i.ira M,-liic arjid('eUitcii Lt I". a l Cat- 01' F'sakalt'il un'ahic Man on.r the prtl of ma, Indtl, ; '.' r .'. '. ,;..;ara. Jula & Eriza
I tia'la'iplnh .beth, C.n r.r f .' .'idroiracle, Seneca,e
"- -! ilovena, i' r .. I.. -, G-iorq, Fra.. ces,
NR L O& LKJ, '2. AlexanFer, Pacilic, .Sublinne, D-inon; .ct'ir
TI',e alec nhr-' rOin Ttiu-.iar l-'t the Wmi. Dawsoii, Giide, esnd ,reril schrs and
ecrilhfr lir. dailr irr.'rcased la si:rt:. 8ta, c sloops.
tha cern rsh r-ei r oI 17.'0>-11, I.sair as -Got to sea-ship Salouda, Z.,' Lir. .: Isabilla,
t r. |.-ein r.i-.nit .a o r alit,.r l),"-s'd i i, (being hr', I Volnt, Signal, BuI ro ., Br. Ann,
bal-'-re .3i da, i ,.i ,,ur rier'i ,',- c.hsed, :_ sc rsa Spy. 'Heien. far. i, harlow.on. i
aand i'rciy v air'.ir a coa,i,le.r,i, instancee, The supply schr LittIle '.' miini f sailed yea-
Rn paral'ltl'lu Ihe [iraieRlt'rig.r..]ii i r, r liia- terday aronhylg on irer second cTruise, wilh
I,. b.ankrn o I,.i .' irgataa. t it 'z..li1 Iia ets, pr(irsitias, anclieof, cables,' &c. to sup.
li",ibo.-lh 1 .-r A-- .o o0iattiuClv.,' t.. .. 't,.t ply vesuis shot many be ri wanton, the coast.
.-,voil V.:B..I.. fi..-n balw i t<:,:, .1 l..t : he br.ig -Cicero as returned with the loss
Si>;rel w'ri the greatest difficul'ty,- and ths elof an atciior. ,
n.r.Il bon waRs Itiii thri, e.Ia.r ii to' iIgup CAtpt. Skid'' .re,tho ni! Gale pilot, informs
ICrn iL,,mnbWel'e Paint. TI'le ,it1 btn boat hat rhe ice hadi bcoke ip -btoov Sands' Point.
H-hi-rni ..i .- sosan iju>.'iral afair l. get Tir ie, haia broke up it, Elizabethtown poiItI
oaut. a-iJ ,1a back thie steamtbont,' Eisex ia maade one. trip lOnI
etid.ay Ihe re-r- ir ia fntIlr Lrilr II Cra. her paaoiga .ue.thsr miruing shb took in tow
n,.i IlIn,,t, soil Ili i.a, hd. r, rr' .,: de- she f ay ien lirig Aaillbiiitc, lilito v w s illt te
it l The. se ir. I. ... F.'trj.,. I:rd;i.. t' r St. iCO, and near the iorel 'rn 3aBcrgen Piret
Itro'inas, and t a's ieIILs [:r 're ..fi & !- The boat keeper oftthe pilot boat G(ratid
.F.,iuanrero rrd a.d,0 'to i, [are d. I.' il ". tires Canal reports hin g seor, yesterday oinrning,
h b.r. .iiiod unla d ,.ra t' .Ocin: ec ,,,ltt r.',i.; tc;- c'aing itto the Hook, a ship with a black ball
siderably, tig. ste0nt-bo % V rtiofia |or B ti-'"in her fore topsail.
more, will ndt le able t me r.c e I.. l.,f in PETERSIUtllci, Jan. 2%.-Arr, at Ci;yPloitsch
her usual rutin. Jamias River is not accessible Anu, I'm N.Ynork.
even to City Point-so .that the steam boats P.i{TS:eL"l'UI, ioa. 27 k-Cleared, ship Refcu-
are, for the 9resent, entirely checked. tin e *nraig, fanr NOrleitnc.
.Soilhil, slhr Sally Auth, Nosirin, Nor'folk.
+- "- PLY'itiutlJ I, Mass..Ian. 27.-Nuaarricala -TIe
S.arri's Annioaersos'y--TIln natal diy r.hthe Inner. horrbar' ia st franly Ll0ced wvilrl icr that ran
darling bard of Craledonia was celrrlrrayed at nisnel can ger to uurwhiutnv. .1 -
the Rob Roy "alceri ljren -ai'hi, a t .r t ,u Asignalufslftresswiot hItisttil (tnm ihhshipflar-
inst. when a nuorlt. nf,, sirs ir.e d ,nk dr -, a., -ia -othisp rier .',i "a' i I ,ir.... r,
eomp9n.e" with ip lopr te sanga a in's rj- iiarbour, 'o tre ice, t noi;. wates ouitside tire Besach,
tions, which gave life and vigor to thr heart- said supplutd Irwt vhilib provisoiar winch had'be;ri
felt joys onf the social night. 'J he hollowing nearly exhausted. .
song, contap0sed fur tihe occasion by Ma'. John The son of Captain Ill ira otln- e schr Almira, an
Graham. weessung wvi'h'grcat feel.g.. and a- ...t..ut ,*t which wla( pubniarp d ......our >astl..s since
feetr-E P et: ., (Ity the Pack-t FR LII)'
LAMEN'.' FOR BU.RNS.. HALIFAX, Tan. 13.--Air. Ire s lamhIe,avis, In
Air" t h- aun brace oh b... 'oni.e oa din faa Plhitadel'l|t>a iinra, L.wis, Tiiida, Cilth.
o n':' o S iar, ialht,,,. .t ....s ,,
inolama I timeti, an' o seirr gon 'rh arbueh 'Vablhriigisoi, Iris St IruiBiSorr inn NYork,
N. a .nir ; so s p ge habell hnein.g reply rtreu in ll.r till ig nn ia tnJ ,'.., i: i
af~nlairnUsn mtchteBB pipe he'll!.tlie, .distiT-s-i~heD Uck Yar scl ra ', s .I]. "*i ..s
A ay'; Cr it, ~ ." "' iar '1 't"'- 'it' parched to h, r asniartnnce. b-r neg life iriglri Mar pus
>h-. ,'r i.. ), C r ri (i1etireil.dchrs .uinlew. Ca:udsiel, rsantn *Thanlt-
l-i fl, ti .a ,,. I a I, raid ftill IVi'inlOt't, lalitre NYol,. '
IC !iii1* I. ap a '.'Lit, it i .ini' The ltr'g lhit.-:,nsch, ['a. ry, di New-York, is ex
B'-. t'li i it dni hjIi, li ruiiirri'stlEdrc. peeetee ul.i hib r'sriner ril Iii Biradtl isa i ta consequence
'ifl iri ri-,', \n [ilrai "ol daanags rici-ived oi] '.. r i ..-.1I
T'nI '.t yi. it- ir 'i-ni,. .tir.|]I,] | Tl t.slr Idid t'uy,I, 'a 1 t l t tfi Vt'" t... I
IPi',- in-ll'ra hhi,li r i ,-,i, ia,1-+a, .i a l air the I-b t-l-- c
,.- Iibn'h pin r.,,,-,i,.aair iapt F. and SMr. l',gler, a p(aa+-cnger,' it.hian h a-
t l MruWiii',,r cci. ii. ,e,]hi c 0,lr i ;,* tanllpiln no 2t teIreungi rte lri-'utitls. Afo it'nne It 'll
Vl,, r., h. "lh|| (iu.r i.'s -i' lliUC, Capt. F. ltid down ini el i i i ,, t., I5. .. i.
?i's'i|na harit ij n,]r, let: I ,n ". .m unr nrig. [Wit bhavel inl inti l.. ,a .-'i.1. t i''0 ui
'."' N riie'+t h eta hni In; i, .-i- .1.r11. r eouala o lhtre crlf2rrr g <('thi l Ire ; taianscn '8 n'id a raw ,
buawenic dthanalfrer itiriligil;t rli ewonds for I14 e
T oe hn 1,1.1 .ii 9..'oi,a'n rnitJa'.. days, they were happily rrlrivud. n d
N a aanari 1l.'h Ia ul 'i,- en,lj[ sir ,,. ".CHAIaiSfTON, Jan 21.-Are. liipJapJohn Ohs
; '; \, 0.h i..nndd. ,ir,,lrd inl i rii .,ts)a ,,,,ji-. i f ;'alIer, Sisasi, Savoir oa ,rah, h.l I'iay [na 'I'yliiuti.-
And BIr. hiei.]ir> i br,, rr I,.p rita, Left at Untitapur, sloirp it:nglB, reiggs, fain Pariar iiir
.. cantrlrg Iral~ '> nal. i' 1ci e ,(rK- this laure lirrt wiudi. -'hre J. tl. hInts tF nei. .,l 1 te,
ru- a iro ya" Ilalhs -,l ,a-fr Ihrd a" m iii 1 severe ceathar, diarintillne pa ris aind .,ut l 1 :,'l l
-QOr bt,, ,.a.rnl maid l,rar,-ti ehtnrl; liar crew I'rost-bitlea. e
-i nl : fatl el,. Iet i lar' h. 'ht I lur lsisa X W cern thO 8a Ilbis i t alia sbr Coral, I'ulklsy, .'. i


c ,. 0l we talt5, thi r-al decr ti le yeri,. NORFOI, e l,Ja na. 4.-a Avr r.tatgu-ir, virr,
-" -? Ar g'dinn a't t r S m r bloj,
'd Pill Itick-- eteanl bo V,l 'lgiui t" ,vigtion, %Ivhicih u
.a retir ii'at. iii.t i. iilI]..i '0 i. na d b. 1 left helins nes y Pr Anatiah;wlst--Itl ld rcetrid c i- ,;
1_;. -i P a r1r mi, l ,i .d gli 1a n r1,,i f 'lr a.o iln Il liotfl ratl I lit rbii, rinuo t.and learnijnr
V..ir it liio 'r ''i .h itir He tnlatiitin o'ttIlr I h ... a.' l. i ir ir i a I
i ,in"l d b a;., uir l '2r- nri, 'ir t,., tldt.,abl qtilliht, y o i" ,I 1-. i I0.1.t i i,I,..i' I
[ Ildli v k L''l.',I C,1p wa'L plu., o I M.31%.r
a. u 'r 'i i i tr .iMua prat l nt i retrar a. It.. '.1 ,111 if. ,i....,i .t ar *
"'_ "-l ....- i i, 1i....... -rihrf iiou i by tIe r e, anuil lo l. .o ,
S "\'t teidavTenr-i rn in Ithe 301 r qt "d ', *' u ii tMidildls+Grunid. 1
., r c. l D..ah l 1 t, is fl-.r, *i i .f Als 1, schr iPersepvi sir,e ilYork. '"
-.......I... h,.: h .Ba I-.r ... id'tale a i C iaa' u, ii,; will ,Wi.. ia. irm-,1m 9els, be
c,._d tin t',a.i l ols.iri -po'e, lir e ipitsI to. i fitl N0tla.,
Sera ,nin-nhe rt .> r.nl- .er c o r o C 1 a 31, 1 firLrerm n Thla shiptlarolir- l l-n ia-," .2.... : i. t aM
...i .ii;. tire r i,.. hll:| ai,~l,,.ic to atten d his' ir IIairal Ra lioas': r,...n,.,.'t r .i ., i'. '
funeral,-this aflherftorn. at 3t.,'ri.,r j-'rom his| yested.it., i
hat e v sidence, ls.N It I r.i t tI,, ri., -rl i ri t t ..; in; rsn., -, '' a. a Lr :
f tu r her inn ilation ''ho .. i,. r ,,n, n u.-. nr h, I, i .
On M onday, Cie.',, W uar .ir, ,,, ,a 2 y- ',ear "at i...'.. .. i. .. tar .. ... .
and 9 months, s.. .1i ir. Getirge C. C. Weez: \\ a't'as aH .hIiin.1n j'-.- ,r ,,t, i .,n i t r
pavh, TI9e friend:; and rfecquaJ1 Itances of the :'" aIhII,,|.I 'fire > i, ,il t,,, 1,1T ti ii atL a' -
Itac Ir,.l :,ir',U-ek iaho.-'6h l h, a i':. .


a-B c'.-fl'.+t, .. -,; .-.=' .-;-a, :-n .-c=asas nrlcet f;'o r-ni n tiiii'ie. i'i" e utioSin o tif ur It i l, itaii b i me a l aim. t itlpertant latter lo within
;.,-' o- 1mZ 'in t er ost d th e y;ir-r y se s;oui w which i sun e c d- iity'.
.*.J :.;' .". -." ,': ^ S i;-i <.l 'lI" ~ed in Co(j'ai s.s, i.laycd tbarh eilyon our ,.au;
I- 'iiUtarA4, I- i s.,. ad Pir. Klxfrg as a;,pintoed to si.cceedi Mr A pciiitio lihas bien pic.seited lo the Corpo-
'In^,D.\y, I:rBtUA.F 1n Rush. Belre ,. r.,u bein to, act, ( Unri- i esed i th Eat Rver
tain d loro e : -r e tr. u ( int us ier sys tleot it .i i n b y ,.er. o n mut er c ed i. E a st ver
.Ihe notice taken hbar-(,aa ariuctio which I.e was suenecv-.J by Mir. Ga:atsin beia aatt et.t n ltihats, praying that some slip oni thlla .de
we roi.bli'led some tirce since fom a ls alLi- thiag was done. of tin city may be appropriated to their uee.
more paper, parportirg no Ib a letter from a In IMarceh last dtl Bnrtish miniister gone 0o- T lhe iaco venpnces to which tl)iy arc at pro-
g ee p n ia t it t pa n t i ib s I n l t dt l ir l i c t hi a t t h e m inl u s t e rs o n t h e i r p a r t w e rn r e a d y
gcnlel;na; at '\ ashington to hit friend at ifar. I,,) r,-coulmence negotiations; all,] ind.e no cent eubjected, in common with their passen-
shiburg, Penn. .as drawn tforthl a series ol re- c''nplaint fdulay-- buil twio days after air ar- gers, are very great; anid tihe public conve-
mnarka fion SIr iDuffCGrccn, editor of liha rival of f'.r. a i..a! th in tiChe rderr in Couanl was ;eneneems to r-quire that their petition
i.uiblidhed, wi,.;, t aIie or eillnathenwhic
Wa-hrngut T 1T,iegraph-ihe leading. Jackon alllte ico aan rlaw nati four o net ul be cornpl.ed with. TIl.ere wi then ib
paper countryt. Mr. Gre, inthename intercourse with tie West lurdies Thits mea- nodela' 2ri landing or receiving i passengers &.
eftica arty to which hee lelongi, deema it his se his at varianes with tlck propositlits and good, & nodispute about priority with other
lduy +- explirim ,, to state, that. hown-c-r ren sehinents1 ralfcrad to ri' Otd wintr thtr iavi- h ', seels."
~Ltitons.
pcctabei the wrioier [fol'that letter ] .ay have The new system of British coionid)'olicy alrl ,inn.A short time since, a
been, lie ha giean nothingg butt his own vane cits inmeiced in June ar-d July, establishing e r- revn-in tg-- t
eoyjectiare-s, formed and expressed wi..Anita trceptis in tls \W Indies, was not iiisupsd.by vagabond, A ell known in tl-is city, approached
e a i k f, w '- ioa h t+t hu no e r lt i n i- n i u re n o r a o d e s ig n te d I, s u .e r c o s o u r r e s p e c t vb le p h y s ic a no a se d p u llin g
f.O/t~~~~~~~lU~~~lflon~~ ~ ~ o3tl h s hs pno sfeI ,,l, h.rr -nd r-n'ti~< p u n e cin ca re p cit l ph s i a.
h, lie wh se piions he is t 1 cere the cstii,,bhed resgllatiorns et.ie.n ut out a three dollar bill, told him he had stopped
.sepPs to eI1 'oNehether theou writer had 'nterew-.stu m-:useerIrtaintyas to letsprnviions
evtr held a febrnirl caucus "n wihthose whuse andIflcts; and it required the nknt 'l'edg- to pay hin a dollarr which ie had been good
ien It is u _e l nicrt o their right to perfornrs' the Itriple vr'- enough to Innd him some timte previous. The
p.ineon.hc is ti,-pou.dl tin l tLhd' in-iot, ie 'w 'im 'sExctstive preferred to continue Dietin ilid nit rncolect of his ha;tving lent the
do not untueit'i ake o ,Iay. iat lIi., unglit i-- tai.h ierigotiati, a; i' Illi, subj ct lbeii ti .ridei
Lai a ihir seCltmeits in coon.r Ithe-r nmode is to tli ti;'moaittce u n commere in th e :.l ar.- mooiidy, but ,eit:r aspurvd ihe had, and the man
int irepersib' e. I' iii gblt havn' h lid convtne. ti.no" otf di:gi'so,, kthey dcciined to l p.nirrtwa:e : puessiug ithe piiYntilt, he took tlno three dl.
nut ;m;:i:hor commiltea t In wholn.im it W', toor, ler bill ar:c gnve the change. JIOun eaxaiina-
satioul wih n the leading Jake'.iiainlq, uii.t. ,y re1, oreioted -t bll no remove thbe di trimi 'a i r, tr tien
one, as he fointl thoern lounging i andop ,l : ,ri g r Lingdutie ; but nIe Senate did Loa uncuro e d i 11("1 l' 't re e d i Til illt roved toe be a coun
about tln. he capiiol, contriving, v l, ithr eat dirsiin- p a-posiuion ta le isluaton eorfeit. i nis ia a n w i..Cir .
e t es hu instaructicinsarte-rwardsgiven Ii <.ur mil. ----
tcrcatidness no doubt, to put out the pr,.sent ,aturs -haow I h bat I e rU. State.n go crtlncrnt A treaty made ane conclelnc uuon thae n tWa-
chief magistrate, andI to put in al man in his were di:posed to e Cttie ihe ieseoesinis evca at hsh, in !idians, i (.cttober 1M26, by cou,,miB-
pl..ee from whon they have every thing to a ,aerifiea of vial dinig t e the it so log i d ia and er
hopre, 'c threnise elve's eer-cl so for i enonast- apete., 'i' ia h atitIn- are l of opi ton, that i5 n ih InI-t of the U. 5turi-, mail rer-
hope rth elvea, V f aer hecou a-e; wsths thi seintunmnt, ind with tarin Chiefr aand Warriors of the Miami Tribeof
try, and in that v. ,y gained as through a those oIl te u nrjoiiiy of ihe benalethequo es. Indians, has been ratified by the President of
knowledge ofrtheir viws,- as if they had been 0in1 should yet be sttled byyieldinglo nccs- the U. Stat. The rini rbe of Indians
expreasItd in conclave, in the depths of t <-el- city, without conceding their aruumekt They
theorefors have preparrtil a bill, in wrich they r'cde to the Imnited States all their elaimn of
lar, andin ie solitudei; of midnight. libat propose to open ithe tiade on the mast liberal land it the State of Indiana, no-th and west to
such was the fact we entertained but very lit- basis ; after wlhieh, if G. Britain rfIls Slo an- the Wabash and Miamti rivers, and of thie ces-
le doubt, and that little is dissipated by. Mr. cede, hey reconunenfd en earl e Iroa w -id' ltin
-AThe bill, therefore, provides thafrom apd aionmnade by the said tribe to the United
Green's atenpt,,in ha renark,,to avoid uch after Iehtlirtieth day of Septene nest, the State by the Treaty concluded at St. Mary's,
a conclusion. puorts ol' ntho Uained S tteashall be. fid remain O'eober 6, 1F18
Mr. Green sass, "Itf (;ov. Clhinton is brought, e'tlnid against rsy n't(erty vess, 4 iving by Fro .u .i i .ci.
A i rn pert or plAce 1- 1 I'rbro mill, 'cssionaflorcraid cattaill reserva-
Lirward a a e c nandidatee flr 'i'ce President,he n..'s n 'r e' Ilk o. ; : pertoapla' iii Ire ~the rcrolna
"n" n~i er or poireessions ierein meheu inm i c tUlo r .so th- use af the trite, and
musst Iane other claims tihano such as arc bei ing bit not ubr. C y tie -. .,. 'en- they are to eii jelt right ol nihiting" ope Intle
upo a-lii.I i s oT,,tr a ?f te .- ti ,) po ird it mhill not I o gm aorg o L d c cnv yc i hare lto p iates in c dnidera-
of Neow ,nl: ; And itise as sc t ,itiaf n lo o etla. if beor.attime lse Pres-i 0,0 dn the r
elpI ic d brl.e ci lr mntie In. .ml eCti-lee s}itief.,m. 'it eIose t" sO'O~~IOS 0tiJ 53e~d in thle eicese oh the" snes
i3 p:,-c. ,,'.pre pthe pcp'.e, it Unat I:;- dtn, re by tin,- -i ceook .. and a, o csammer the additluna!l sana it got, ,Li o 8,-
h!a n'u, natd net >y thin riendu of G:;. J.:- diin;t'w6h of the Unifeid ptta.e f t 20 47.
sout" r. GreAh ien he cai G,v. i, );,oeae coinmtt'rir tne 'Ui tn ild Stia c .I Th their t i o 'so crSed, that, th t a nnuity of liirtv-
t a, t o c n rot ,1 (; i to lo fei i housand dollars, ten thousaU3nd wif rhac
woid ofarnyoungeran uf cinsiderablae 1-romisec, other or hgncruie:orchtrgesno lnu B1rit) P 'tric St the ya pne to the bn id
vita4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~ht cio esu a l i'eaadc Ien erie iiror hIi 'ptdt dcciOra charges dlfotu B tin oJ erI "11betImarfgoods, shall a-appaid tao thle cold
Io a, fur t in firt;iS, m., mouinctu+eil before ti.e vessels a4 s ln r r n ..n'i f-ru tin I lSe i. I rnhe year ae thousand eight hundred
public, aR poses am-oa tntleers, on d budding 'Ih-t ste cv"s Is I !'L ', States rnnui i 'no sinccii vnny-eveen. and thintr thou.a nd dollars,
p o so talents,ndbiddingT t ,:, a a fiVun thoe.r' iortf which sh::ItuIn, in goods, iur tile
fair ",. o-ie, t w, make somr.thi' .g cf a fige. port istn, the colo.taies. from thUe ii;, ih -.'., ,a n d
any rt io.le tie produce ofh clu n ..,, yar nae ihi.uead eight uthednil otand twentv-
At the same Litie it is to b ua,,derstood, lhat i hN;:h a Britiiah ves-el cam by lawi in'i.orn [rom l en rigt -f;at; mltrknh l uile, a perman ent annu.Y
he mast have other claims to piontion ha the United State, into lheclias ;' aod that to t.lVy-fin Ue in eui tnd doli ar s t ball br 't paid
ira thremmas ang ste xsItgte ,
such a are built upon Aubihly to bring over a ti leluscsi of n he unitedd States may- pxportatois erl e c toailude I e
is, to nc \n 'ntry wn arm ver, other nb'salstc: deon!/u truhe ; which central tunis ret to isniode the
phrt ef /sef dts oif New York"-thatis, to na o Gun. Jackson's interest. What this means colonies, which vessels of Great Snitain may tAr he i e. r
precisely we do atce know, ness it is, that export theiefrnm. And if' the President ehail And the Cniled States further engage to
receive the evidence, he shall issue his pmocla- h fiilsowiagong er&one yoke rtfnaenjfor each of
Govy. Clinton must have the abilitymo brihg nation to open our pot to sv'.els ;to efollowingaersnaelyJoseph
over ishew toWe ofiheltate; as the exigencies of qal .the dutie and charges America ardville, Blck Raccon, Flat Belly, White
theeeampemoelas equalznhi e dutiesad charges osAei~ Raccoernu, irancons Godfieg, Little Beaver,
thi ease will prcbhily require its united vole. and Briti.h vessels ; and. fren)t eh(lateo nfehie ialeo.'isranSeeai ndLittle Huron; ad ine,
B t it w otd eens that the G eneralh ll be repealed i a sd it charter pro i-ca at rho torbs o r' meF'abash.
shallm beat rpae Geer-' faiendd it further wagon a-,d wA yoke ofoxan for the band living
intend to be very squean.eieh indccd ; for they thlet ti e direct trade only may be opened ou At d nIne 'a coau to be bailt a use, not.
say, if Gov.C'intlcn is placed before the public, the ame term.. A;dao- cause to i bult a huse, not
as a candidate for liln Vace rresiency ,it nrl-it I iths I bil al our la vs arto .or e revealed, r ec-c ding liau or ss unaed dolan, for
thi c i in t o e n o e rd'm r l; h e a c h t 'tofin fb lts \vin g p o r sa rn.: z ha o nly .Jo~ c p h
be by his own i friends, t not by trs le(cn r o c lime ditrinuotis Baenolod, and lir ur rimo lg iy ,
roshp swill be s.t liberty to makaooA cirteuitoes i'ry, Francis L:,untaini, eidre Baimoon, La
G un.JackSn. WVell ;,.h ,we take it fuo ,ted rouse tlr,. > opur |orts. Thi& ;r- isal i to, n tiu Ptltr a i, Pdl tr o nellv, and
dihat l will not be bought out as a candidate tliig rcqeircd in the act of I .,f'. ,. of e a -s, c!, t Belly, and
at ai Inor .r.i'rr/ to Gov. Cliton will over -;11so ,Anl al,o ,ittirnish the salt i be with twvo
Jct s 1,;,;t' iin e beend.... n._. 4d, m' ,is hot. drd "edo cattle, troiu fotrto sixyears
alunkf itt ...;.>i ug Is is h... and character 10 F elt by h coritltea;c wlo haislduveben indatichd h'urdrel ad t aate, I.rons (t e.. a.r
fel b n n ulotei cee nsla Innebfnt ndum oldand two binosetetoh eand of'hogas AndtI o
be placed eancath (Gen. Jacksorn, or ay utther t o advocate it, it considerat ion-ft f he incr. "uin r tr obto l. it"mii Ieli sred to theim, tn-
candata for thIe chief agistruty. His friends c. o .ftantie colo ales Proi Tite 0crI,-rusind iounris n ied, oe tho uand pounds
tlnrak he is a vswlimted lor tll, highctl Matt ol, e ,1itiniiIsend el teel, andone thousariud s. i aift tlrcco
in tin government, is any man nhIo ho:s bibn s he thas delernuo, dt l exciuJ iaoe taiLgelh er It-e lo p0i10 o -fi" Inbane ers to toik incre
=. L" t n otthsintlet year, frrthe sintllvilages a, A d
aeuntion.:d wiLhln tiue last threu ears uits etich; sn has dinelmnted til u e tl othi n mI INtr ur Canning-a. hI in y I t a sr elistp
i:icicclua 'un''s to r rn ot e ei aair in tne
and would consider himn degiaded by being ieterto Mr. tGaliati jridins t ,itifbe nhe ,e fur h -iesi'incwa band.
stowed away il a place which has been for tihe 't u mn.se-deignedco' t r 'Iisi 'I-le Minoan, l rb e c oling anUxous to pay ee r-
I~x auumnis esinedto rec ft Ths i- tlois claims eeuslingsgtaiost thor, ic in agreed,
last fifteen years treated as a hospital or iincu- ictrtion, lirciomninteebelieve,would be car- ai li e i eain f t e (ared,
rales-as the telus u Hrar of its incumbents. ri"r "iito cre h actrd with Ie e n a nr st ni a cOniatinore nn sion
nealt inaaamtso l mi*cthesr- iacot era firsci: irt articles that doesan cloimis,Amorun t-
1nnn of' till-; country, in ca~esG. Urltai ing to $7,727 47, and which are stated ins
As fur the reasoning of Mr. Green to show, should per-it in the measure Bi has tken g d t II i. ay ig b t eCdm t'a ti .
that Gen. Jackson can be elected without the A partial course, they are ol opinion, would n cIe"dul' doand byt "Gnmiln-
[ Ior, I ti er n d transmitted toethe War Department,
aid ofthe State of New York, it wili b-t akeH giveGreat Britain all the advuamntage.1 By ex. sal be aid totthe rU St Depas
for what it is v.orth. It is possible hie might lauding ir vessels rely, hl still The lited States agree to appropriate the
cione i 1b te ad o ths Sale av togle annrarmket for hir productionis,sm- a ti er- sm f tooeho~suand dollars annually, as loang
be hosean wi n the aid of this Statl e we do clonii would lget iheirsuppli fromu t- as. Gorea th a 0 o
not believe it possible wvitlout. iotlt palsaties, hy a spirit nA' rivar, night. lose a. o irinfirm' lrsonsk pfroperJa i trieke Papod
"-- cludtie carrying of their on ocio Por ilir pers l the uiirim tribe, ad
Oua- IT-oft tiia 2'Tradie--Ai.h. Jahnnon of w aioeld c ue t tie acdo.I s all i bon.-fe.arof r nine idco tarl cLion of' the' a'out1i of the sadi
s.uc, of ? a, i, io doflll i f rilie wahichk min small besahlbenexpentl mraiuter the
Louialna. of the Committeeo Commnercee of' h e, a I hy a reel ion t th Pres nt ofee C ite St>ae .
amunazit, aiz, toic tam got as etnich 45c un I itujtIu 5-
theo U Slec Senate, ,inade a report on lhe les,Inelai otii ,hoes,:d or iI no diito i rtotieto
subject of' our trs-.de witwi iieo Wresti Indtiea. of anionig o:lr nations, part rial t le mino [e a l to fi, by llo g list of
n.-'...l i. n i ,. i f llol wi!g hamislrict. nIt c;m. s 'I Iria s ulil le irb i fav r ufI her r-la. dounationithat Bis hop Cl h se ihasn met with auch
'I., i.5 r e tramatid Ou.,t', ..'-i e,d .lo repeal ted Eil. cnth ; v.'hlnh, if'se i.drsihaiae tn lp- success nmong his friends in this city ; and
ps I., p h --,(i t a wt 1 t oi lg lu -r i g l o e l t es s t le t i p i up a t it
a i[ I- Ut,tvd Stal"e A1'!)llI elladly
all on a 'arrp.n t' o recii' nmph ty. I ne :omec lemma duepsiiid r au [ti;,tl systc a ni ata l n ill lnd his u ltribulioiusi itcrca.iso before lie
a 11 wtua a otfg t'reeiprucity. The iioudil liu1l e:1 S3i
were aece;pted by G itriisnit the t sain year, pgri Ih lir the iacri!ao of hlir own's coitmincicc, relatrai to I.ii iocesr.]
but oly Nmith relta ion to ihe4tl-urope ai polo. ai.d will be dt iven ino a course I' conterac- 1, Kilop Coiase,n OW At Al-derman Kip's, No.
sessions : thie v.:sslsof tiaho U. tates being r Lions tg by nkct-sity. 17 F ulton i rct, nou-t .ral.elally ac knowledg-
ut rictly prohibited in her A merrcan coIouiesa The 11plai c.Pexalnsiino proposed iis! tended to es the rcenipt of the ...,i .'n cn- subscriptions t&
uit totnhe year 1822, excepting a few occasions meet thIe la'.e British measure in its eLTctr, rot donations toi atid in thle erection of Ilhe build.
Il necessity. During the greater part of that its tenein Sonme have supposed that its opera- nigs of Kenvsa College, Knox Co. Olho,'viz:-
times, the British trade with this country emr.. lion would i.,urta tine agricultural interest : Thoti-as il. Suisht...... .....$10O
played one huoindrd tons.of shipping and five the con.:nintt: think otherwise. Canada can- Caroh......................... 100
r six thousand seamen : onie halt the roerchan. not suppliythie other Colonies to a greater ex Lady, by P. A. Jay.............l]U)
dize being the pioduco of the Uniied btateu tent (say they) then at present; and flour can- B L. Swan ....................100
and tle other coseened in them.- The freight not be obtained from tle Baltic, except at high Rev. James Milier.............100
An.] profit in this trade amnn.aaed aanuaaly to prices ; so that we m'ant spply them through H. Spooner ..................100
two millions intermerdiate ports. Now as weceannot allow J. W. Parkins .................lImO
The committee any: "the right set up in Brilih or sluoralvee.-elsc to cany directly ton A Lady, by P. A. Jay. .......... .50
this case, and t ,'w Ihich we fur some tunim 'ub- the Colonic?, as we should loso the carrying J. A. Burtiuls ................ 50
milled, is nothing les than the an ertion of trade, and si.I: ( ohluni s ctnuhl scarcely afford Rev.'Dr. Wain.vripht.... .......50
tim right ito treat us as her colony." They the expesie- tu'the indirect voyaoc, the corn- C.l. I'ichard Varilt ...........50
enjoyed titan lacrativo trade a-dring three mnhtee'thilnk would produce the soake mea- Iaac Carrow................. 50
years, whe, .: ; 131; ilie laoris nIf Pthe U/ited suves in the I' oloiesIn 1 our aaun-inltercourse Fredtarickt Do Peysier ...... 0
States wnres shut agpinist Bilitish vesaela co- system in 1820, 21 and 22. From 'he Sunday School Teachers
rming from LI- isli colonial ports closed against Thlec; mmittre declareial it is i tle o,,ini- of St. Geurge's Church .......t60
our vessels, ad British captains viere i,uL-nu- ion o,*f nAll the nerehsula," that the trade to JoseFh San'ds ...................-30
t~r ond n~ lolJu~ her 'aloe ul ny u"( Ask ............ .............. 2!.
,r bontdsnotn o" hoodrherdcrigoe i u a o W.Pithe it e, 11on ot t he osfston p Y Cs y..A.. .......... 5.... 25
the is ocmlp mu oeie.r Crash, by P.A. oy................5
hli 182t a su,,lementar,.'-,v prohil.1ited an homet voyrgw s not I iiot ire1 bh .and that o ur .n P vt. .25
teure'AnIt allii' mi Aerre- tru tewas ntt amilied utrer isltnn imeer Ina m ............5
tercnur.-e,.,:lo U ieihA,,,crnn'onies hour.e s't The p.ro tior to Pr hibt vritaiu 1 I,'o lley. ........... 25
ait, dlheahrn ,iri,,iLin all arcic!c of' tc eir proo't e- the msade' .li ',r riti.h Nori ,melo in pienpa J h it'ad
d:,,c, not diectl3 nnporled. Thlese ,asuee s Benjamin areblfp B m; F. Babcock ..;..:.;. ; .20
turneJ rhut tcadn i;otwe.n thi.I' county), and the ssbi is is me le ltoukegh they vlare ilint ope J ei in ........... 0
c t p les hct oar. ian F.Bbcc--------0
-creel iby e Oriur ,. .. to prlvet ns11r upro- ................
uWeet lmmdie initoo n indiracdtchclsean;. nleel A- I iO i iuhcc C. Par. .................... 20
inericta av, Is the carriers; and.l producedd iA ,- It o f eoeghthat Gsn. Robert C. Pare .................... 20
tonmru eic:isted nr nd. od acer! alumna el to the '.. I..'.'Swhiih hs rulpIOt- David PRgers .......... -...... 20
n uch lamour in the1col1 nios. In 1322 t;reat bnto minn 's n lthe erje the British had il t ..........20
Gria;n opeeda few polst it st.he W hdiceto view s ioie .Ihae o 1 No h s I ................%... 20
!,ran spselie articln I direct fr iho te l I eit irec o ts. i 'Il, North Niuhulas Andlerson ..............O10
produc;,,ngoeenIutry anl tr exForrtealdireti :311 Anolca clons lcuuclhlloiirginched in the pro. Mp J A .u u
prndu iing coitiry'lkilftori uiv tradIavili eninc._ U rare ac sontne ao' .."_Alr i.J BurtncnI0 h
to the mc.umr,- af the carry'veg essul, provi. ti i t her I ulkert V air W nes'n r........... .0
tri asofoeplcig nnetana otasen rlola rise it would putim tIn"h, niritrhe e oOOlunia and F. Actugrtn-ts Os 1neyster----------10
fracn hu~reign cauntirisa, arid authorbisig the be m~uiintooheuet by rho Brcitish v'essels. 'RI .I.n. l~e Peyitnr ..............10
ing smith coaueil to tamokibit iniercoar with FI'cl.'redeliek De Peyter, Jdr ...... 10
tingy a country nor alloriinng einilr poivilgras to 'h committee ro nemit apprehend, as omr A itraham Do Peyatr ......... ... 10
sem irkgshrips. do, that Gremt Britain would intlercet Ihue ii smnll .UIIIS ss- ----1
inanticipationofthlism asure. Congresau- trade throime !h intcrmediase tt'etlindia ports, lien. S. H T'yng, Prince Qcoorgyen
horized the Precident to open, by proclaqia- believingethfit her etdOloinies enunld nut redura it Coully, "j'any'tad.d 10
in n a u r p o r t s t o B r it is h v e se lsn i'mo a t hir i W r tv ii h oiro r u in e t a t m e w hinen t tl e y I uau tr u n d e r .. . .
sdies, under certain reciprocal rules asnd r- powerfar compeitilmu anil very'low prices -- {i 4B1
gulationc." This waevdone in Augal, 182: Mihe dtd not adopt eush a measure in 1121, &c. -25
rul thare was great difliculty ia atakiag the and ovccu if shin should, it wound infl'icunee us
oules and restrictions reciprocal, without tine but I'ttle. The bill lioa been hevawm to meet o| ,,j8
mower of imposing additional dttes, regula- the British in their policy, wi.n-ther it be their 30lthJaainiry, 1827.
lig lheir 'avmewut or opening a few of omir design to p-cept a sy-tem of free inerecorisa'or .' --
oiots ; and Cilu. British minister required rite of entire exclusion, ns it ia impossible at prae- SUMMARY.
recroval oftlu diaornlninsting duty on foreign nest to deonrmine witk cunt,' cnre on thla sub-
hiips, but thos was'not scened tuo and rhi jeec I sad ikh. rtclrt coiim.lrl9 witli lhe ex- 'We learn frilt the Georgia papart that the
wihole subject was atirii'ght up agaia befomree preeion of a m>ii)ln, that the lerIms will ht t ac- ourvneyors o[' the memv tcrrilory, west of the
.ong-,. ,n 1s8It] 2. t act wis thnn passed eeptabie to Ijreat 'u riihrnt; Ihat the uumtrtureer ('huttal.oocie,haie becn pievneted fromgoing
with T'-,a' 'i i,.i, airsnendrng tlns ats- oh' a 'wmlI return to ito am, lted ehas pelsamd tlhurt the non tl'ha thair survey-n by' tire aiat, acting
eBi & I'lt. a ,r I ..,,,,ni aut o wi-leg t ha Iresidose tw o cnuanries,, honi .l,,.. .. i nrranv potnmu -
o adoil t riiLsh vescla and g n Bili]f,'m lhe;ir brt rivanos in non1, 1 r .i ... tIcuir himteh in umder thue nuhorany of the Little I rilee, Chietf
cutihlfe on eqjnal terms with r'ar owhn, whea- the Itigh eireinr mhot In's br ItIre thenm, nut in of the Crem k nation. 'fhe turisevarm soern d's
ner'our. vssals and gordse should lie adonincinj tine spirt m if conrimntrcial j,.aiou'v, but weiloh pasaeso(.d oPl rcr surct'yisp insteumtf 'ih
here on eriual tiros with th, British. hitros -e.eroos anid niole tenmpatilt ot." isiIc'rse as their ot ,rveed to inalumentr. cTnh
aw proposed thi removal of such detiec cur -,,--. Lint e P-inc is ditlntired lo take e' ry com-
hritisi yoesa Is, aud of the impost duty ntrapus- o 'i.io.( Cnal A sasstflu of rhm Tioga Cnoal p poa hiun.t ia u'e between ithe old and tImB nems
d on onr prodace by G. hirilaii ; but Gneat wio exhiblte] at our office yotnerdae, and ex- treaty liner, alhedgmcg lhat their territory had
iraisini hoe refused to accede, and has ahso laid atnirse by several hundred petlsis. Vie also bees cled rio far rthor thran eexpreead &, agreed
retaliatory duty equal to ou llies daly, o- burned it ha our grlte tlaroeudh the day. Ins 0110 *i tlie articles of the new treaty mades at
euned hern ports to the test of th~e snail sod
xalajdod un from any participation ia the appearance is like'lthat of this Liverpool coal, Wasliltgton.
radi. +ans it hertls inn the snaw aclanner afith! a e~cer. The large e-tearn Saw Mill of Dating Jr Dick.
The commitSee, in their report hers enter fel blazerr' in sot so pore & unaitxed as thre nson, at Wilaniigron, North Caroilina, n-- nde
ate column of long rcflcetonos on the m-u-
nats by whcih tie tcwo governments wnere inh best Liverpmot coal. This is supposed to be o'tiycd by fire on thie morning of ihe 17th inst.


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Lry in g eat unut ber. .. tCleardl ait Nath tii, 'hdir Havana. Sailed, r-i
Sn g o Gov I...... "I., i ,. Sr MiNchaels .,t.
WVe have received tlhae official drawvioug i'I the i 'eis. i ', t br" l "b'rg Clnutug.t
New-York Conisoidatilrid otterv, ('lo inu bier ( LO. U ER Jailn Nil hrio -
2, which touokl place yesterdayv it rthe City Hall. .-rt, I' li ilinihngtoin-a-- c" ir Niais, oii-
rIt ciai ht nalg rslib e ;n vete drai a as faullis i:- ol'GhaureCslel, Off --t, 'I[ r i '.tu trs.Niry,
Ist '2l2d 3d1 4h 5tha ilh 7fl h ti i b 1 (be a ignal) 'wa' heard lalt ev.n il b
38 54 19 48 39i 5i 255 3g1, m-tl 'X NIaUN. nasnt,io-ih.-Arr. ,riPan m...p..a it
MuannItah, v ia I iNiY k ; s1tpint10 O1 iHItI, SIr, I I ") rd I)lt-
qigan l, William II-. Ireland, l cubecn MuniSo WmIi;ine ; h0 it'ativer', Ee-iabn 'un.,
aud George I Ti hnrp.g '. e l n.e_
MLAN ~-, . A i'itiCAN ,BIBaf c '.1UrE4:i Sl-_a- ted
MAL itt ltevft,, N.' G AlMeetohg inihf the sManragrrs. Directors aat
At Favetteille, N.t. onats la tIh inat r. Mliuitrs (inembers for life) f tr e A reinran
Frcderick B fVe\t of New York'lto Miss Mar l'uoS,.Siny, sill be held at the Society's
garet M. daughter o thie late John Me'M'i I i wil bi oc
Utq. oftFavettovillo. t tl-us, Nassau street, this afternoon, at fbnt
f t il kF1 It*'


suonle vty superic r at 9 SO; aad 210116 inietiO) ili;3l),
at 0 80. The quotatiion wnas 9 to 925. On 'i'ut;e .lay liiorritp, Mllrns Jo[naiin ar tror;i;i
-ged l INears, daitilater of Captl-din Ieuiel
The dwelling hiucse of MAir. John M'Ltcntan o, !rne. W The rl'io ii nd actii i,' of rhe fl.
near Fayeteville, IN.C. v as recently destroyed milyare respei.r fully invited ti attend her fu-
by fie. ncra!, tim a,ir-ltoorl, !t 4 b"y file. fthel'n dwelling. Fio. 65 vl,' ,,', .e.
Contribuionii for Ithe Oreeks aroe making at On T ucs.a7 'murniniir, at .. .. I. Na-
Piitt.lbuigh. 'lbhe wo:keiin of several facto- tha:ial loori, El'sq. in'the 65tah year of hi ge.
ies nrade sarbacniptior.s ; and it is supposeId The friends and nrt'iK.utanee orrhoc family tre
$1000 will be r'r,,ed them. invited to attend Iii funeral, fro. i his late rIcEi-
Ncw Orleans is ruppoaed to contain 50,000 dence, this afternoon, at I o'clock.
ilunhlbitrrats When it w;a atransialirred to the On Tiee-da sv moerring, after a Iinugeripg ill-
lsited.States 23 yeara ago, they amounted to ress, Mr. Christian Harte,aged 3l noears Hisr
oil]y 8'000. frienilds rdi acqunrintanecra, and th let h' s fe-
'lure thLan 70,000 hogs have passed this ycr.r ther-in-iaw, Cornelius Scbhyler, sq are par-
through thl Cimberlhnd Turnpike gate and ticularly requested to atti-il his funeral, on
almost 40,01 haven gone on the Kenlhawa route Thuresday ;tf'ernorn, at .half past o'clockl, at
i im.isBtlcky. At f-6 a hend, they are worth his late ro*ideai..', 2F9 Bowery.
together ,5660,080. Tlhe pork exported and ---
prepared for exportation this season, will! ex- The City Inspector report s thedeath of 117
ceed i n valse a miilioi of dollars, persnis during the weekcend'-ng on Saturday,
TI Sag ar ,Lo Island pai i the 27th ent. viz : 36 rmen, 0Il omen, 29 bou3
Sag rbor, Long Island paper, of the an gir t.
27th January, save t-hat h!elter lIland ferry is -
freizln ovnr, and that peop e pass daily from. DAU.[YJ .f -i'lEt,'SEX.if !t ,-U,\+ 1.1.-l ~
Sag t-atbbur to Southold and Oyster Bay on i- I-- 'T-- ---- ...... -in.
thic, H I IN A T .IP1,,. .............. th. i,
---- CI.,E.Al!';1;--
Jt.rgan--nler rennit.-yTi e .-sAbany Ar Ships Howard, I ontirinit..- I ,:vr, Crsa.ra
gus of' Tuesdays Cuy, we, hve bceri iiifurnted, & Iond; Tbsis, Ra:hIb'.,,', N .w Orlan s, ';
on very retpecatuble authority, Ilitihat affidavits Ilolhnuie ; rit "'. ', lIaii Rx., V'Io
air now in thi city, and will be published in iortwickS & t I i i..t, We-ib Mli
thie coiurarc of theo present week, which assert hilf ; lo)op Alonzu, Clild,. Providetnce.
tie fAlluowing fact: viz tir'nt MJor:gan was Ai.RI VED-
carriel tp ithe Britinh territory by the persons Ship Gov. (!inlon, IHepburn, 43 is from Gi.
wis o seized hinr in thl state ; that ho waa re- briltar, u 'tn h roctoa, r.'ln:e, lead, bark. e&c. to
ceived there and confined is Fort Ceorge, hat N L & G Gri-toni. 'iuwcrs, y L biera, 1J (
he underwent a trisl,and was convicted, will liersiii,. T. H Smith, J. C-,. ii, i.. ".
the ansetar, lI:,wevtor, cl'only a part ofthe i re- togsrehntl. Left, Dec 12, V, 1.1. ..
tended jury; and lthit he was executed, accord-, of l-rovidencie, for C:nton, in*4 drys; Mar'-'
ing to his sentence, by a young Inldian. This cus, olf Doxhuiry, nnknivrl,.; brigs ..Spartan,
story is current here. We confess that it Chapman, li)r Nerw-York, in 15 days; Ha'iKst,
sens Ilo ius highly improbable. Nuoeucl thing, of Provuleuce, waiting frieght.; Argus, ,f to-
we should think, could bh transacted in a Bri- ton, iliac; M;raellip, Gillett, oUf NYork, ftr
tish post, occupied by Brutiah troops, aud in V'cra Ciuz, i n 20 da'ls; Abeona, rq,'.I-.i.l
the rnidt of'the ton "of Newaik. It may be NYork, 10 ; schirs. T'ree-Dailrshters, I'ri.l ,ir!.
in some respects true, but it can scarcely be phia, 10; Mary, Hobby, of Baltimnore, wait-.
entitled to credit it all its parts, ing freight. Brig Emblem, for 'J1 ecneriffe, cil-
-- ed in c). Spoke woihrg in, erig Oak, of 11.ston,
GREEK MEETING. fmn MatanXas. EXperrenced on tile eoa light
A meeting was held in Al Abnv. o; ithe 27th windd, and ealins.
inst. to aid the Greklis. Addresses in behalf lrig Ana-Wayne, Thutma, 19 days from N.
of'his c!iristia.n people were matide by Ctn. P. Orlesne, '.vith cottrn, pork. tiuolas'es and lead,
Gansevoort, and Chardler .Star, Esqr. and va to DelorBest & Son, lickt, Lawrnces & Co. J.
rious restlhuti ins were unnimolsiy p-ased to C .. P Rem-en & tio. S Alley, J J AAter,
provide foLaid and ciothipg; and eaio, that mci- M ". ,i,, E & i Avcril, Ml.ittl;e.'wp & Lev'-
saures bea taknu to fi. oat a vessel at the open- cii ai, and to order. iaesedi'. t1 th rivur loiiond
tig6 of v ilth trit of ei he upi, haps M.rtha, Corovt;tthn, ri'n t -'ri rinit0t
interior of l-, state ofaNew-York. The reso- Come, Eugene,- Lavina ; brigs 'ena, Felci-
lutions were '.arrlcd sunanhiously, and a coin- asa, Pomnona. SIluan. Olivet, U. !-tatcs, llalio-
mitttee Wais an;;poi;ted cuoisting oatf miori than tein, Philetii., and r-i-. lerri-e y clirt O(ivr
no hundreds gen.lemee to carry the benevo- it.raonh. Ze'-o, '"rin Oshaorn. Passed goir-g in,
lentobj .c'tsofthe itctinga into effect. Such si;p Mar.tuhc ter, fin Jamairas-a! hands Sick
proceedings as thuse are horurah!a to our e.cept the capt. ;':;d Aons mnr- Oi-'. a schoon--r
country, and to onr state, belonging to New York, wih tlhe cape, iratae
Sandi two men ,nahick.
The Albany .Daily Advertise] of Tun sdilv, B ig Jane, FowleIr, 24 i oye fin St. Thbnmas
says, [t is said that Thomas Hyatt,oncofile teith midze. and sugar, to GoOdluoc and Co. Le
monnied conipiratora ir .ew-'Vork, paze.0d Roo, Bayard &; C ao an! Mr. Green:. 2 pasa.
through this city yesterday, on his way to Left cit Bisa End, shiiiin Chase, Barter, and Ju-
New York. I-in had been appiehetided in pre-. Clark, both for NYoak, waiting cargo.
Canada, by one of his bail." At West,E'd, brig Carlo, Clear, do. Left at
-t.'T'hoinae, 8lth inst. chip hlato, Voiod, of Balt.
Thomas H. Benton has been re-elected to for St. Jugs; brig Aibiou, of 'Balith, for ,VWI-.
the Senate of the United States front the state mnington, same day; Mary, .oudrich, of Ba.th,
of Mirisouri, for the term of six years from for do ; Ihunter, Arnrstrong, of I'alt. for do,
the 4thof'Marcha naxt. .same day; Maria, ofPhilad, fordo, une; Or'
bit, Hardiig, of NYlork, ,or dto, doio ; i,,--,,,
LEGISLATURE OF NEW YORK. Blanchard, of Portland, for do, do ; P...-_
IN SENATE-January 29. Cobt,"of Newpart,lfordo, do; Haiuaah Frott '
Petilions-Fior a cars! frnm Ogd(.ilsburgli .rof Porlsrtunali, tdo, do; Washington, Arrato'
the Erie canal-of Anson Hay-len and others, of 'Middletown, do, to; Betsy, I .. 1
for the incorporation ohlaoe New York A.cade Sswasburv, do do ; Cadmuii, White, .. i'.,..
cormpanc. bunk, for Putfo Rico, in 2 ds; Jaso., I,, '
The committee of thIe wlhoe, Mr. Borrows of Salem, nic ; schlraLs ucy, Dligga, of and lir-
im the chair, spent some time ir lhe bill from Bait. in 6 days ;.Soil.on,f Gloucea-er, for N.
tile assembly, relative to thie New Yolk 'Trade- (Orleans, unec; Eliza, Parker, of NYork, for do;
rmen's bank, whelina lhey rose andr rcpurtecd, and Agenora, Keeson, of Hurga River, for Fredpr'-
had leave to pit again, icksburgh, in 4 das, Trimmer. Fox, of NYurk,
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. for St. Domingo; Linct, Baker, of Now.nport.
Monday, Jan. ,9 for do, in 2 days; Alexander, HunI, ,o do -
ByMr. Bnceliin -toauiltliorioe Daniel C 'rer- sloops Brothers, Conway, cL' Lhil. 'r Savan-
plarck to sell a lot of land in N. York. nah; Register, Moran, for .-'.-, .r.di.a, same
On nmotionn of Mr. Johnson, the judiciary day ; schr Arno, Stephens, for Savanrnaii. brig
conmmnitte6 were directed to inquire as to the Prometheus, Cornel, for Philadelphia, elpert-
expedieney of altering the law relative to sum- eneed severe weather on the pa-saga,
morning grand jurors. Ilaytien'brig Camille, Mareau, 25 i na (roiR
The following bills were read a third time Port au Plinee, with coffee, hides, ;i,:yo.d'-
and passed. &c. to A C Rosiere, H H Scblieffli. \'..eis -
To mend the act directing the appointment left before reported. Jan. 23d, spoke in lat'-
of certain officers, &c. 341 30, long G68, schr ;Kent, fm St Thomas fo t"
To incorporate the Friendly Sons of St. Pa- .Philad-had been blown offafrter nearly rearnt h
trick, in N. York ; ayes 96, no 1, (Mr. Foote.) ing Cape' Hatteras; spoke brig Columbus fin-,
The house went in committee of the wlole Pensacola for New i'erk. The Camille h,1i
on the State Road bill. '. had continual NWV. ales on the passaqe- ir.
I ie question was taken on the amendment one on the 26th, the'velsel sprung a les. nd- *a
offered by Mr. Sill, for striking out that part of to make her tight hove overboard pa, of her-
the first section which provides 'or making the cargo of coffee and hides-lost there stern boat
northern route, and it was carried, ayes 49, and bulwarks- mainniast sprungi and received
noes -46. dam ge in the hull. On thet31at, near the
The qu estion then recurred on tie remain- Woondlanls, lost an-anehor and chain cable.
ing part of the first section. -* Sailed in co0 schr Azena, tbermerlv yth William,
Mr. Mostly of Oaondaga, marie a long Parrish, forB-Raltimore.
speech against the bill, and Mir. Br'yan, of Brig Julias, Gillt 2 days fr-tm 'Tinidad,
Catitaraugus, spoke it i a favor ; w hav the Cuba, with inolasses, becswax, &c. to J Buch.
cronamitte, rose and the houso adjourne4z. Mr Lasala, and n K-' "derii1didv laegee, Alt3
Barruc., CLr ftlt ausn. bri'iu cJ'cnb, 'tal: ,hfrr
CONG'.C:- 5d R iat, l u "15'das -'it:i'+ i ."- '
Ini tile Senae o iltraturdi'y, theco ennidera Portlaudda the onlv Arilericans i poit Tiae
ton of' the liakriipt Bill was ntors m ; a de- ehr St Croix, Bowman, fir Philadq, sailed 15.
bate took dlace on the motion rfN M(. Barton to days prevairto ; Bremen ship Johin Charles, I0-
reconsider tire nuotioi to strike out the 93d days previous for Bremen. On Tuesdavy, ofi
section. Mr. litirton's mnotiot was negatived; the Honrk,was boarded by Iat a supply schooliner
Ayes 19, Noen 26. Little William.
The House oi Representatives was ag ain oc- Schr Compeer. Picree, 17 days f.n Eaotpo-t,
copied on private bills on saturday. buchl as with piaster and ish, to P J Nevins. The C'
hadl passed through the Comini'tee of the was 9 dnys frozen up in the ice near Nan'tucke.
Y'hola en Friday, were read a third time and Light house. .
panied. The resitaue of the day wasa occuried BELOW-Brig Columbur, from Pensz cola,
in the discussion of the bill for the relief of and a brig unknown.
Willie Bloaunt, formerly Govarnor of Tenncs- SAILED-Brig Cicero, for Maracebo ; shch
see, whose claim'on the government arises out St. Barta.
of expenditures during ,lhie late war. This l 'erUNION LINE.]
cane had been frequently before Congress, and PTIILADELPHIA.. Jan. 31 -Schr Argo Stevens,
Ilas been acted on front session to season, but fo Maracaibo via Norfolk, cafe in Colhalnerv Creek
has never got ihrongh both Houses. Wsit- ise pilot ot Daar,. -
Chlesrer,,Jn27- ire oein -lloe Delawaare rena-
It was ordered on Saturday to be engrossed nnceda-diing oniSlSnaday iaai,cud ie elenea
and read a third time to day, by a vote of 73 VtoaIdl titt re to sea (run tI we bpiers5eua a
to 68, A yes aind Noes being called on the ques beng'iiertrupted by the i-.ft"i. ea i, cose,
aion. A briofl dicusion als Ltook place on a int-erate, I a few days thebavigation will be clear
resolution offered by AMr, Forsvyth, directing n Phi a"'l n t -
the Secretary of VWar to comply with the .nl, NiOmEa Jan o -9-ni Pai ln.ltt ship .tt.
ternis a fornoer call, antd retuiteng tO the ttNilN ,"q t- &no i,, A letter in .a.:,ni
i)epartmen o thie papera s hici hiad been sent sm ... i a '
in answer to ithecall. Mr. Forry'lh do .. i ,,, ,. "' i ,',i i.ti i
ed any iuii'e linn to ceisui ire t De epitit t,t., i i l. l .i .. ...: 11 11I .r an -.l.
bir tattihbuted the inpetfect return to a miis. -': .- a i ., :c nd .--
amiii hensiono theieim orrt of tile resolution, LI in i ..,, ..'IL i.- ai l..t..
M r. Lverett, iln this admission n, suggested rI- .,, ;.. ',,r ,r r,,. :.d _._-Th 3 ..-I-
liat it tha lfriner resolution was n at under- B.. ...ii. at ,I .,i .. .,,'n .lh-in, f a .j r lI,,, i i
told, tine best way was to praparea new one r. a,
which would be udbeisiload, s and ml, to direct pc doal um etr ,,il i'-t it ar ,Joln,,??rit .. .r .1 ,,
a compliance with that whinch,it was admit- e I' ti r ,' *i- : ,I 11-1ttl i n u. ,r ,,. ,,11..-
ted, wan roti understood. The resolution, on Wir..
notion of Mr. Evercet, was filnally laid on the N< .1 i i Iil .t.', '", -Is Ilhmh i 1. i, I ..-.,J. .1
table. Fa,'..- it i.r ,.n.. f a .rar e urlit ,i,-,,, a i].. a r... ,
-- c(...]+,r.. \ ',,Ti.ilict i in i. e ."ai i i, .. s.,,i,. ]ii i .
S iiI.I, ''.l. I its eav h e ','a.jlll -~l i,,hl .
We are tr1iged to an authetie nourece, in lii. 'itt.it,, uanc'db' ira I,," ,n,., ,,**-
thin coautre, ibr inlnranation tlet, on the 24th 'iI tI, '.u ,.,, l'.',,, a ;. '',i, -" N' sic,r
of September, (Oct. 6tI,) thae Turkish Pleni- at anchor inffevern river-has tmile priceeded up
potrntiarhes signed a pjiijct of a Conyeition tsle bay iw hr asaWidViuuiti Peint Light, but wasrde-
which had beel originally prliosste to them van 'hanck'bjutlte ice. Spoke in the river bound ua'
in thi name of Ills Majesty the Emnperor of sh"Ims Chrmes, man NYark; Iliberela. tRobhlsini. us
Rurain a-in te ''nrocaiinaly f af-an-wo ds. fen2ral: blerybigs Hope, f-no Mialaga. At Feat.
Russa, iththevaratin my o a ete wodePlauesirt. dliceh, onasnun uap. lyig 11amntm Sitoniur.
Acriudiagr ta the last article of- the Convenr- ht;AARLE TON,Jain.2s-Cli'ared,shlipPa,'aorlte"
ties ConcIuded at Ackerman, the ratifitations Anlrws. hlevie ; Br irrig Hflo,tunsrluLiverpool ;
theronfare to bs exchanged in tldIt ciLy with. Br. tehr Ranger: Iludsone''Na.au.
in thnapace of four wceks, or ooer if prae- Wentto sea yesterday, U. I. schr Coral NYoeka
icabe- -vAektin stonnclli erinfrc NEtxr RE-lt' ORD, JSen. 6.--Arr. barque llize-
uici-.nt'~iua /nliger -. liethl, Parke.r, 40 its 1m Lisbon. Left at t.rsln Itrue.
--, 7, larigs Serhurlathll, flaiger, (fiiiad for NYorl,, in 20
Froi laie Saqunelarnna Register. ho: Draca, O'Nti!, efdu foreS. \,,,- ;.. ,. -hrl
THE tlUBBlih.'b BUIST. Selniii & ..s ua Th,'iU' on, otp .' .1. f .i n uali
t'o att' i!'ionineed y a gentleonan frona Din- in a lew slays. Atrluaroit ins, lirig nith'lia & hlis:a,
dan, thaist', Nortlern Bank closed its doirt Phiskett, o[Bestana. tndit, lee 0in, liar LI. ion1^ 5
-himp tirividtrnee, niL Peri'itnut e', t' .i. Irh. Marelinal
aote itt m : ': inriig. f,,r [inunalrU-rli. Caipsnia Parker ,, '.. i.. ....', --
As count ni's nest n-webk, we think it li.Id Thel, i. i',..-. ,.i ,.i5 i ;. I .. -
beuter apply htn thIe ,ton/ift and. lose Its con- BOr a lJa iJ, .11n .: --i. I. -..c ai,:i uiie rltl. as
cerns al oI1cC. N n-ii
cern a -a n, Io n h ... .. tIIt, lrrijii.'It,ru- z'. r s,'ids
S(PllF'.IE COURT OF THI U. STATES. erPu a .'," r .....t.tn. eA, l 1.. Doisr,
;.ilni tdny, .Tmara. 27, i8>7.-- Chastuirn t'l rkc t,'.iirI5., f l. h i 'i ., Eilr t\' 'i, lPery.c
vs. 'Il'he Glr'porntion uf lWaalhilu'toao-Tihe ar- Sr Tl'nisUine tr N York, patr in iii diitares.s, ttnd mlli
gumr nt ofthis canse was contrntued bv Mr- snail Ir abtit 10 days ; brig Convivial, fiLn NYork.
WVcbster for plaintif-a- trrorand b rr, rJones Te. lteraphd (haetw",)se;pt ;i'.avat, In Ply>urih
utnartnana crrr~sa0 o) ina 011.5 i.ri,5 hit rt. r,,,,I 'J'sntrieno t Gocit tlriytmt rlvtaaanaln;
for dofundant inn error. a *ntC ,a ae g nnt
t "d ii I l, i.tioie ; Tel.retlr Sci;urato ;o. iin ine,
LITTLE ROCK, (Ark. 'eer.) Deceaber '9. holarck-.!ns; itlccPrat,lto ; rehf Ardeniii,(;loneesier;
MNaj McOClelan, Agent fur ihe Choctnw In- Riohines-r, tlamnuicn anti briss nd 4 ,rehoiouere,
diaaE iu this Territory arrived hero yesterday All mire isvard hiounld easels Stave left l'iantaliet
anorning, from the Agency at JP.l't Smith P"Itoaisr annedci -rrrtltnchor anlaher 11 1 edatep.idiesne.
lVesae highly gisahied'to learn from him, isne nalontKrilite-2 nne '.,, rii a;; ier-
that Col. Arbueklo haa received instrtctions NOrhsa, i *t,
.o permit the settlement al' Li ely's J'iarchass, (thearel tan I'rtlarid, nsw trig Amazon, Martin, of
and th:t the eepi a are Ilocrnon to tlat conr- hnrairs.> irk, for Motille.


iounced-i 1n ta neeasures thus rccal'itutaled- owinq to its having byesn to~ua h
era wereAuseon iini oaa o tagion i t tie se Toingest nr rna scold s 4 time that the
mith otevs the tIhe advantage of commerce;ote I gr,"rd. 1 is bituaninoms lihhc te Lvr- Enginies wv-ere covered wilh ice. The Mill waes
A hie those of G. Britain tended to mnonopn- pool coal, Itindlee ensily, and mIolts with tlI;e nsureti,
e them all. heat. It is presunned that the q..iiity ,Ill On tbr 17hla itst, a lire broke out i. a frats.
Legismair've mesniuros having tiled, negotia- mnateially improve asatha diggir Pproceeds tl hulnling, in Upper iilarhet street, near Main
a, ios s pea! ot tdhe alien 18duty oa Aesne agreic atItr nt, Cnciunnali. Oac brick and twvo 0rani,
oi,ar tne prtpcal oh the Alien duty on e;o elassehaQ ,ljilngr11p
uld ithe dIy oin imnportation wcr requiited Shuod tIhe leglsgaturc autinrits l Pn fniha i'ruldioga i,:cupias as grcuri '',e hmillhing nlhop6.
)ULt in ortl;r to promote these objects, there. na. tinuni of a enajil to uinle tihe ntsaigatil o'f Inc .c. were ovduslro)'ed, with a n an ailty of rgooils.
igaitior:of'n the St Lawrencer o ma introduced '5icoa lake And the Chesizngo river, it is snin o losto uf mprop'ty -waa insiredt. T'lae pro.
A etnneetionrw ith Intheam. Time 3rihjobh gov--
nrnnent priioedn a mdfictlioun onitheiplin I hat boats may go ,vii;in litlfa mile ofthle Ie] ipemsry of Mr. Flowers was nomt insured. .'Tle
'pie of cca.pri'n.mse, ewilh a. dispoirlon to ofcoalh ndthat aly quautitiercalhbebboughl niot,n ng was ti.e oldest hat had been copeo-
make an atin cable arrangement. They refr. by mh aoy r t hat Lake And the Eie aconal to rjenced in 20 vears,
,1 le treat on or terms; but offered to sub ey a a e r bte Su lr g ot o o wrso
nit lhe plan thoy proposed to eubsequect al- oy. a vciy reisorable mae Shld Seel lg ot of otto o sold
ration and lo place au on the tlormas 9f th god bituni.nous goal be obtaincdin tht mon- Facltleville, N, C, on tle 240t1 mat. at $9 121;















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PoRTO,. THIE 3LF.3ES y AiUC riON-I-lM.0 RTS AND ESPOitTS--BANK NOTETAZ E--RATE OF STOCKS-INSU

TOGETIIIER WITH OTHER STATEM.IENTS RELATIVE TO BOSTON,PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE


in tie rket. B ng 1 1ahel fri m 2 5 to t 74; Manilla from 1 80 a
... .71 Ctarinlasand (,,.ttnn la at uell h ari.u rattes that quotationel
ti. 'n iT w .l-I 6e ,i, ,l'sr .. a. 0 4 a ,.
SJUNiT II R Rl RIci ,cs .. .... ........ ........lit .. .* a .- 4
LAD-- 7 a
t., T 7, 1 t~'T .. .t .......... .. 6 .. .. ,.... ...........lb .. 7 a 7
S, ilwn- .............. -" 7 a .. -ld ... ... ...... .. a .
C E N'l I, l ...... ..............'............" 0 a 50
aI I r sl'filr--:--
IT I ar-I d.1 a p 75 a 275
twpak'frates, and ate a)ly slse d'it l k...... Iii u'a D .' pp I r a
d j tttosn reduiluoa vuttn 5, tl,,,oct.... I eo ? -J Undr.'ta d d, ....0. a 2 234
d g jreduction- quut LUMBER-
S tl ......l on 0 0 UI: ardsN R.PIne it a 3.. Ti.C .. 'arT ni 0 a ,
ggsdill fo.r a long tlne .. lbih y do p.-.. -; O. I *, I 5 ,1** a .
S ,S a 6tltl Paj_ .. -If i5 .. l l 6 e. .. lo W d. -i .... 2 .3 .. 3
I d 4 D ,' "' U .l, . 0 S I o E R . a t "
W b on -nsie a-t. c e .tt -- ,rfern tl n .e. a ., Fl7 aling, .. .. a 4 "
o Y,. l.t--i .l ej priL -s..tw :r ; 0 a 3 ; i I .:.... ,,r ,.,
," ti l h .I- i a l 7 I Orlanswas made a 3
,o'l1flhl -' r;ni- QlOtl'.S4ib.-11 hld. .Gnudat.lr.e. se silo 5th a "'k at auction. The
et ox B o d i coOs tn a[iin dA l iJr 5aD out ol E1. a. ia for any large
Sa r .1. I. .. ..... .. ... I N ae- a ......... .

3 l In'iad.1 % .. 30 4 a ,4 S5l'u r l a.-u ..- ..- 4- ..
.. .r. 0' .... ,- N AV L 1O rI ES The f1 r0 t. lt i,, rr' sp. 4, ac d w ith I e
S 'fM S tGffa cle.i there hbaa betes no.tr- Lh'e e,, l a n o lce no rrrVl, sel 0: no sc-'IS cauld get out, the demand
23el cInd be-ta htmnt1d 'Wecr cnr,i Stwni r rts .rt
S tri". al. .. a ... r............. l. I a r n 'l.rs mlnn gt.rofl.bl a 3
C. ah i nli ll.. I ." Pilrl............... 11 5 a I l r:i l rtih c do..... 87 a
td 5ha i esr 80 lsag Trim. .ust ........ ... i la a 5i3 S3prt,.o Tart.etne g....g l .
as. + o,,, u,.;+., dab i,, OLS ,. ............ r1. 3o .
,-Ad U e.. are Ihe -nl-otlSei, '*r,nch,l'.Iuic, .. l .. .a 1) .. ....., ..... ...We .. 10 a.8 ..31
only-calcs, cit-soe Ittitna3;
fi itpcT on. ntae..... ....... ga .. l .. il [.-i .... .. 2 75
.. .a.!t ..i .. a .. t.i ", ed. .4 nr.rcan .. .. ir a .. 7 I.n tr, 3lnor ...... L.I. ." .a ,
l'Stt i r....rw. .. a .. .. Do. iDtch ....... ... II a .. ..." I a Strails .. .... a
rnah-..:.. .. a .PAIN l'- -
S1 ea fen bbibl Jamainci ; 111 bags F:rto td i .rad. .......cw 31 as 10 ['.) do. Intoe .lb .. a -. 0
Sn~ n irnci ja i-- f irsidrer ng tie tElid f '-.'J.t, t Leads dry. I'J .,r s I3 vi rmanil':.i,.Cur na It1 .. I a "
'W ,1 >.;Tnt i ynY ice. the trana.rf.'W Do. L ,,,,nl l 0 2 d a 13 ,......t.r.ra...... :""----- a ". l ,.
l e -'id 'e 'r1d. T he greater portio,, <' .,, .1.rk la o ,'ra ,.ry t. ..r. L .t a t 5 a .. ..
e p ee k h s o t L e :ai,d ry II 5 1 a I" -. li c cr ....-e 7 5 0 a -
wa: I*-rJrd rh, wek. \ ,,,rry I o 12 .. a i hlnee, I-C,,6h...... 1874 a I "-
e,#Ltite. Prices hasnntl varied rnce our la it chrre tloia. c'ry .. .. a .. I-n Na. a t. .... o, a 1 95
no ,olehr raesdnabqntecrly r ittue the dpai..,,uns :drv set 2 .. a ', 5 Pa.sirV'll,l-grt.n 2 a t r 511
i hte W^bne s a lr s mar h loi pr ,,cr pal it D o- tn ,-i L It, .. at .' I n-a. N as n ai co 2 2 5 a ti
eiir if a ae r, e s di and rim, mr rk t .a sI V.r. rit.V l. a. C ni .. I .l a s ....... rn- 2 a
,ira ,abkut r.0rb t S a~ Psrr. PR.GVI IO..5-The pri,'ror Beer and Pink remr i the came, but
Y a6.r. an ; i d t 'p ti the Iddac th e .r; n f s hrpp bn t b und, there hr',
i no p.ne preen .t ma.t. B ug Beef, l.s ,a ... .. t 7.5 a I 9 '; I'in 5 '.r ,t.d. ..t in t75 a 2

R96 Yf- -o .'li"ln8 'a 9.. upenor.. ,...l) b BA -a Itr us lnt.]r-, ... .. 'j a 1 D | .i ,r .. .. .... a l 2 a r I
,rIS3"a .krj ..Dodiihnnp-....-. t. lb 1 4" Bul-' n l,.s Pnil N,,rl '"ll.. '10 a I"i | [ .. NH ,r r iuR -.10 ... 10. a 11
L -d^ Ca j ',irrcij ..-..l--- -- -- --... ', lc**s l a.d'a L -r -..........- ..-- a .. I' I Cj t art- ti.- hi i t 10
a ror pn'l....b .. a .. O I Ca r.rr... ....It.. a 5
p .a'e'aen'.io -tle.'" ". RICE-lmpli bior. 13 teree -- he abo' e hba tioen sold, 40 a
P ; ..l.bT .17 .. .. 3 375, and 95..t 4 nms the ltei of. pr .nr q .l The market it
si aihor bare orfle.no.lt 'er, deiciloton Dura n ie eek, from 40 at
"ih oo ] h N 'hrohlia 69f ib t]-, 5 LteJArcer p.rme were i.lda nli as hi~i -s 4. 37rt nh, an extraordinary
toi' ta'l, 99 bale i --- liTa.he pr'.e mheh dtoe not tlh,,-,k ,cr.,ld ;,i.,ii be ol.btane We notice it,
"l i:? ^t h'&a'-ld e n rn r?, o caure he Phce g rurr-n ha. g r. lv dn -? s -- but do nu ot alter our
ba .e wittriut quotatonls leEs t mi glhlg id ourireaders astl ,. tire principal stuck
-i t TI l ; rel midd r, t g u lity...Jlbr. 3 a ..r r tl .
po.td-The00- s LT-. ... 110,
A1 .. ......
104.ct-' 6e quolt- Cti [ latsd...n,,htoliel .. 50 I -'-... ,l fsLone......... n.tu he 5 45. a .. ..
it- ..- _., I Il --- it. U L...st...... .... .. 5 aS .. L46 tr .-t.i n ...... 0 a .,
Da i G G.Ldaa adrValay Oad-i:.-..... ......... a .. ... in do. .sack 2 20 a 2 "a
-'-'. PiCES-331 hbags Jaaica Pimernot si hte been sold at 22cts, 4mos. U
ief- "g dttr.eLu.sre in par tCtrt ,
a -I lia~ ibiis-ik.1iniual:...1ha b ..i.S a .. 27 Cmnranron ........b... .. a 5 E
-a j. Girbvsi........ ..... '-.-;to a o htio n ... ... a 1 35'
o ln"-" 'c et ,rac' ..n.j.s.t.r :'.,: .. 7 a .... Pepper-..-......-- -.... .. .15 a 16- U
S-.vl-.'-,t "- .S PlHRITS.-.Both nEctgntte' ard Bordearua Braindl I..ne been sold in I;
1 ; -" & -. : imn ut lu ate a l (6cents.. Thre few ioldars h.. n oi r ..-.in d ,h, srtii-ie, M
a '4Ti.z --Sly h i bc'ri eIiela d o crowd d t up pgad'liially, w.rir,ti, a i'o. wea.i orn UM
o i .1 'b0 'I2," Ilt to.,lieopr,. ept price. Foreign Gin has also n.. iproed, Irom the A
.-- *'., s, al p upply'..market. Drmeo ie Liqitaors re without change i
amhttr. '11 3- l i.;.3 -a.t Brnsdy, tiia 'sl..'.....g.al liba 131. Rimn,Jaiiucal iliprt ..ear i i a ii'3 W
-,.'ifi n in. 7 "Do eSign re-l-........ 12 -a .. .Do. St.Crots 3dP.rt.r f... Or a 2;
i ) W jIsa t s.'t irj emrij". *t- a' ."p '..-Chsprsn&GUln-' .. 120 Do'. Anti gua.3.1 pr.. f... 5 a 3 N
&bout.i...Ui ., .*onineai....-S ... 1 Do-. Wleidtrllaid,d3,l[,f r4 a r a I
li -. e ,,1-41. n .l ,i .. ll, r Id rp0 eaurhe'..C a-' ..l n. Do. NewLs- II ,.nd li1prf 37 a j1 ,
.o. 3 -., UAiu- e.:... 42 a. m H ila udi du. 87 a La A
ie**r % *" e'"it.- il bb .. 3-It a r5a Do. SwanMedrJ.t,,do.. 95 a ..
DDO. A',pp-Ye .... ... as4 Dn C ,m y .....0.... 37 a -i-
I &'" i P SI 'GAR'.--.-Ther.. has been no sates of New Orleans Sugar, by auc- i
b;' t on', this Week ; a lot of 50 b nds was to briae bcen sold yc'.terdy, rit
f'- r Itwa n-t landed in Im a' The ery ,small supply o lf i.ll other descrip-. E
,^ .a .. m-.', nrie in market, do nt admit of" any sales worth reportig. Until tie l1
.et4 a an c r o p tom as .n r h o 0 a le ith r lS t b e s n a ll-. F r
si.t.." :: ::a 1

0.s- ah... la anaw ia ... .. i.- a .. It Ml tilla, broi n... .. a .
SDor. B re n C.... 1 .. i I ora- ........... .. 15 a .- 1'2 "I

i' f.i. m e;l ..r -Do .aeausc ai ad -o .. 7T a .. o Looa. ......... .... ... 1714 a .. le N-
.. y g ......-..-... +.- t TR eT --*i-c $HEI.L "......................... .- lb 10 .. a 10 :,0
S.5m2I .nlJ-r 'Komwn *v .SSQ- 10 .KI._ ,'
'it [tos .o. 1i" ii- "'" in IBit, wt.fr l[ ,.i b .. I,) 15 Gin.M lognairl ...aklttn ~.- 2 a -. 5 .
i o.- do hanun.i-,r.... r1 .. ** Do ,r,- ., v ierd... .. t a .. i so i
,.. "rt r n, a r .- -.Lo. ...... 4... .. a .. I5 l o, Cur.,c ,t -i.... .. 4,1 5 i
S,0 ;-lIN' 1 c%-ai''JT calr sca, a t.ild..sBii .. m st .1 us I Do Mi-.Il...&Calcula .. 2 a 35 .

4' 1 J- fa.snr^leat lreron,'-'.. -- ---rm-........ ..II a .. 13 ITril s,isrb ,x.. lb .. 5 a 5 74 s
-S 't---,---.----", '-'.---a- En- ih......... .. I 1 .. Hi .tfIdm r --L-aa ..... .. .. i a 55i I
I is e .:
l. i .-' do n 11, 0 s I lt d ly -. a a .tnt. h A r-ic' ".ta 30 r. a -* N
". d,.m ,t~ i u..T-he .ik.Wi 050 g e Io *., t.ri lUo r .......,,,, l .... }" 1 .:E,e .A.iDi ng' Il... : % "k a ,' 0 at
tisgt et destitutb otLog- sdc and .TO EAS- rlerse eenr no public :nia of Tt ar ince our Iast, andaa Ut
ehanlduS ol Lanoy 'po ai ie s1ton a noo5 cl-red trhe rnl stnil !i ironil'lin donemin the articlt e for La
pric c.%wem o ort ce La tei.kno c e l d; We quotIe thet
mj, t b q ; ;lachre wroind sair e i wt c s to come. Dl b 4 a
1Ka1owaS4 Wbt altur them as h epesru It I... ... fin) I 2 7 y-ri.:,lt.re. ... .1 1) 45 a s 705
a % i- It o.ifet or t aliltes of aur, al der .... I I ii l .ai I r .,.r ...rt .. ....,45 .. a 506 0 1
w a c. r- ti.eon--..------ --cd a 1 C.g-*------- -- a non .
Th r ,, o ....75. a I .. ..- .. -...- -2 a.. .27B .-


;h,,0. lheru 45,m .Sa f r'-."; ; .. a P 'rn3ri.. ... .. 1 .. 2
L n il i M ct .. ........ 30 a .. .n al aln '.... ...U a 0 45a T
S B r'- i ni? 'l-'-l--' p.:i ..- 1 n t" ct-at rr.,w. a .11" lh ,,l.. ......... r a 5 none.
M o. ,... +. ,a-4 W OOLIN E.-.o46- P .,.. lo. -


-- --,- -.. -ery a ..|I...... 0 a .. J ri tnti,a reit, h n2 doz......l ao.., 45 1 T
I o Noi,o *do -'r o ,o ..o.% "I SI- No ....... a I : > ........... .. ,


thf .t Rough .eed hadbeen 'Porg.-........ .......... L. -t a Jnu' lin ,r[-.ti, --...........400al8 S 00
j ,t .jnr s f- sn -' early pert o' lIe Tenedn fe-..... .. .. 8n a n SD hI.uior-, sssi, p.rgal.... a 6a T
I.. dccito d to-luat d Lh oa [lC ....-..-..... .. 55 I ; .. *' T
Comis---------------.5. t- --nT

























Sql loi"ghi?. d. il "'Oe yes} F'REIGHI .-1- le-re isroo.,'J rible CottoB gning forward to Liver-
TdT -from r l et we k' ale pool, the raesi hoaent.r aesteird) Thie itaments iof Flour have also
1 /ind-w'',tb tt been considerable at "c .i srLg. Thi ih.pmncnts to Ireland of Flaxseed T(
... a. .. s-liker.-wsec onsiderpible., r r n Ies-nartir ir.. s5 to 13s Sd. according
.,-m"4" "1 'atalera '" c Bng to i e port whore te shirpii.nrt I ialnd, '-i rnce and othersparts of
I-sa d she demand i the C 'oncne, h opmei, aia liglh! and ate onla; suictont for to fill the To

,,- SS-- a Sbl G a 6 r I regular Packets Sonni st all vesselh hate teen recently taken up for
f' a S Brazil and ihe Wie t lradies. To ir e b..uller., Latds there arno ship- T
6t3 *.e mi- o teofconnnqur.-i.-e making-of hie 1 or 20 >e8sels up Ior N. Orleans
,"" Sg iB a 5--r. '5' a-a .. bnl lfew will bh filled, excel.I it ts in lt hayv -nJ other bulky goods.
WA,' t S B '-', j".. a 4 -3 To C:verpoul- aiertinr Tnlirleti 'clinnt- T
S i0-~ ,' 5 ntotc -........ 3....b I. a I ,,Iion .... .. .....bi, 13-8al

h- tshiti"-s.....- .....,.. e I .4 .............ton 3s,. a 40r
S o s t y''.ohs-Ri- .ci..........- lere. 9i a li. s k ............C... (i a ..
!aIS.u _-rit "t o'r -l- -.. r tn i 1 a is. it ua.. r ------ 60---- -- T6
i..Re eride uj-. ..... II a I I 9i ln'ar ... a ,II o.ng. .. 15 Sa 10
a'e lXCHnNGEr n nl,.d .hi s 6 1 aSari. d no altteation in the Tc
-' W ". '1 1 4 l Sa, tl ,. on Fr-ranCe r Ht nlland o (
!r;s'"olttan'"i' eh.'e.i"l i ,- I roBtl aion.on t o.uda.ys 10 II -i.r l r.l,,?me a'X nnahlghlt. 2 a 24dl8 Tor
'--- --n '10.. l. "iA '. "' a r r a Ai r I ya Gunl ,d-o.. 1 a di N
Do ...... ... n a .... < a 34 o n .i ......... .C a .




S .. P C a ele.on do .o 1 a 1 do I ia r i r.i ... .... .a r...

n-1N w. ,- *NEW-TORK PUBLIC S.LES 7011 T'E PAST WEEK.
1i ~-*zm nt.laded i i The %-S BY Sb'. P. PU'LL &t ClE.
tr a.18.... "Cition, 32bonx c G.3r i ., L ...l..b. .. 5 ..-
t ilsl-aMi7. o h
H l id d r 7.-8-W'lNE, at 4 manchb ha.
-. C 5 50 / l'c ... ..rDtft.S r 'ad,sale ropped-. -.----- ---- 'gal 1. It
B ..y I t: 0 .i eei M.as ga..i 0ga, 10 qrI. s .. ....-.. e-... ...." .. .. ..
'tBE RC10a1h ,rd, ie .r aI.1.hI-- a-,- l--------- ..... o -
'#' f P-'- e's' ... .. .... "- "o r U.C ?na e.. 'W h i dn! a I eI hlo.nil'r .r...... .. 1 .r8a 1 5,7











%bo BqiglboBrtf, hasbalire byil..s still pre foml.n S.do. 3 r .i.ii I m D "8 -
actli of ire sma l. In Dior -n d .arn. 4 .1onlarf 4t Lad G did Ioupe. ... & rd,. gal. .. 28I 29 '
S.au l into lati lo their n l. wid h a%. ... .... .. .. .. c
to p. ', il, .,.r r...n i, 'f Jir. tc t P- .- .s 49* ti
anone Corn,B othrn .-- buh--.. 6 a ..0 R.i ;4,ii '1 .Ci..la. nr, sia.-.--... ...-. -- b 1 a. -..
a D. d i ..-. -.. .- -- .4a d..o 1Ka Di t d, -- | "m
. a U: ) Do. blscJ(arfd.;hib h I a .- 26i- lrirsas, 43 holi.ss Bunch, .3 ins -- .-...--....box 2 S1 a
O .. iloan,pl chie .7buh II .. I Bri hif .1. dj d .... .. hf I 34 .. .. 5
s .1 .) qr dBi ,,. Jf-'* --. P L q "..84 c
SAnr e dn--' ,o 32 a--a -,.C'. o Lb- nrari.g or, c rs. ... .... lb. 13 .. a ..
1' I' Sr. Kfps n .u .ib :,o.p..oi ,. I;- r ., \sni F..1 c E ...." .. 4 .' A
*ratesfCrornade iT trnel tinh-rnd.UcaDoato
1 I4( | K. .. ""t'e...b- 2 t- [ RI IM UFF.MAN & s; NS. A
rates yai ltdlorgh lie inr q,io Ja .2-, t"- 'l babls, ca-h----- ----- bealroh 45 t. 46
a ..: | j.VAIt [Idisb.. ... b .. 11 a hI EXPORT'Sfma, o ta2, le. tto. o I.. .t. f .. .J. ...i RY, 1827. C
: t. B .Asir. Iil("i....pe3 da I 12 a I Ah-,a, Per------------n.
.I ....!o10..5'._* l a Q 81Aa l, ..... B rLd ..... ........ .. 7 ton....









tao beean r d i ~o. a .at redui .ion Do Peni l ... ... ...... tonl. ".. .. .
*dif.. 'I cn-18 a. b ... 14 a I Bee; p kl.nd. n ... ... l33 bbl. half do.
a 12 OR 1101 5 IfS ....-120o 7 aS 1.0 .. -.' .. 6.n-1ked- ... .... ..... .i- .-..- .. cwt.


Berewax... ......... .... ...... cwt.
a 03 .. | cr, Americ.si....ton. fi) .. ain I r, Plani. & ............ M. fe t
o 4 .. I ts, RrlrDst ,.tidS S 75 hI ,-,. nets dr n .. a D. 0) Dlrnv, Amrcin-.................. bbla.
4 6 It l w d -.i. ..... S. 97M a .. Do Fr .....F eigna.................... 2 plp .
a .. I Pn. onliee.,ncred &f .. Ma t .. Buater................... ....... firkins, kegs.
1a98corn weresol from I 0 i .$l1 91, 90 diys idli, sperm.... .... ... ....... 81 boxes.
.TAljO talica, Tber appear< IL be no ianutgo


Do.. )Xsalo ...... ... .........
Cassia....... ..... ............
Cheese.......................
CoCoa.............. ............
Coffee ..... ......
Corn.... ,............... ... .....
CornM e ... .. ....... .....:
Cotton, American, Upland..........
Do ......;..do....jSea Island......
Do........ ....... Allother. ... ..
Do... .... .- Foreign .... ....
DomesttICotton Gooda....... ... .
Dye Wois, Hachoe............. ...
Do ...d.." .Nicaragua.......... ...
Do .... d ... Futic .......... .......
Do .... d .... Logwood...., ......-.-

Do ...di Bonaired...... ......
Flaseet l ......................
Flour, nieat ............... .......
o.m... .le, o o .. ..... ...
Gin, Am. nse...... .;'... .... ...
D. F.'... n................... ....


Namkee n con ....... .... ........
S .J [. ..... .. .... .... ..
il.p ... .. ....... .. ..
n di- r e. ... ... ...... ..... ..***
Sl'ardr .... ,. ................ ......


Na.nk. en .,. ... .... ....** ..... .******
Do .val St e .... .. ... .- ***** ..


Doir..nra t ... ... .... .........
D o. a ".. ... ... ...........

Pct., .... ......................




St.-aea lHeid....ng ............
',,r .. o.d.. .......... ... ..
r B, .itn H ,.. ........ ...

TD. i, Imp riig ...................
Do.. k. .. ....... .. ... ...
Si:i ... h .a .................
Dt .. he.g ..................
Ten eiii ,t n rcoiado L.. e.... ........ .



Dn ... ., sotr ..iln a f ...... .. ...
Do .-Fo.die n n. rd .............



S ieb., ...... ......... .........
tt h.. ..o n .i ... ............. .
Do .. ..rt11. .... .


200 boxes.
- bxs. -
16 Cwt.
bags.
23 cwt.
bushels
211 hhdB, 7
bales.
13 bales.
2770 bales.
bales.
package
tons.
tons.
33 Ions
S ions.
tons.
tons.
1944 .ierces
1907 blslr -
-- bble.
bbla.
,- pipes.
cWt.
318 -
bale.
cerooni
f- irkins,
packlta
3523 bbls.
2 hhds. -
hhdr. -
bbla.
basket
100 bags.
-- bags.
301 bbla.
126 tierces
hhda. -
hhds.
-L M.
25 pkgs.
1688 boxes.
1 .9 M.
Shhls,-
boxes.
1]0 boxes.
10 boxes.
boxes.
baxes.
boxes.
12 hhdi. -
155 kegs.
- bales.
- cawt-.
- bushels.
- bbl.


PtlICE OF ST)CKS.- F ida,,. Jiiuary 26, two
PUBLIC bT1OLI.L .
Oal ri rtd.aketd.
S.Staes.. l"l .. U. a 'Threes......
).Stat'es, loei, w 4 J 0 -0lbitL.-
I nf5.. 1031 1103 CanalSixes,1837.......
Do i .. .. ... Do. dIo. 1645.......
o. Fies,a 1.. ... .- .... Do. Flves.l3.7.......
changed do. .. .. 1024 102j Do. do. 1545.......
lt-- .... .... Corporation Sixes......
.S.Fourh i sir. 1, l. .... ..''. Do. Fivesa,ttl50...
: S33 .... ..1. 1Do. n 18t31.
changed do ... ..- .;.'. Albany ..do. 7 pr ct
K+ -'.' BANKS
itltedtatet ....t '; 1174 1174 FP'nil ..............
.York ......... .. .... .... rankl ..... .. ..
lnnhattan ......... ... 1t4'l4 North Rver............
rearcha ts. .........;. .. ..: Trade-umou's.......-...
lchanimes ......... : ...; .... .... Chemlcntl ..............
nion ........... ..1. 07 Ftillo ...........
itV .... ....... j... 9i 90 DrvDock... ...........
ashtington & W arra- 70 -.*. ..
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
ew-York..........-,.. 1C8 109 I Uninn ...........
ape- ........... .. .- ...h...h. I Atlite .............
oean ............ ..... 97 Mohawk...............
nerioa ........... .. Niagara ...............
ationtal-............ l"- 110 117 Neptune ....... .....
tciflc ..............I... 393-8 4 La PavctIr............
.: FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
iteal .............. 100. 3i 101 Jeferas< ................
rishington ... .....i 1H6 .... niun ....................
gle .... .. ... .... Greenwidr ..............
obe...... ........ .. 1 110 ried3. at.. es....... ...
a*r ,n,.. .. .. .. 70 Cr)tribrlonflp. .........
1rc.1,i--r -- ....-.. .. 3 '. e P Sot aesllun .............
l,.J, ..... ... .... T ra r ... ..... ......
nham i-- -....-...-.. l.'i 115 Tradns.aen's.. ........
reanilh............ S Hovcird ............. ..
ltis nl:,r. ... .... In) ) ll Canal ..................
Inie s l .. ..... .1 t 93 lndtil ....' ........ i.' ...
1' Il lPir1....''.... .. .... L anFaynttc............
inn2 ....t.r- .t lit inati, aE................
lUlma i Ie ....... .- .. 9.. irlsrcin--- -. --....-... .....- .
f .tcilx...... ....... in.. .. [Orange...............
arw VorkG9asi.lglo'. 187 )3S l&O. S. Bot .. ...
after Works... .......... ... LNcwa-York Lombard......
wYorRiCoalCompiany. .... ... i-nlitod States'do. ......
Y.&icbhuylkillCoalCo. 924 i iNwV-YVorki'Loau Ce.....
tichantsi 'Exclhange.... 035 97h Morris Canal............
tnchosInsuraneCoe... ...-- .-- l--erelianitsEixchangc......
arng do. do... .... ....-- DolawarR& arltanCana
western do. do....... .... MorrisGanalandBank.
ica do. do... ...- .... oboken llaonk.....
tug(elandBank..... 1154 120 Franklin tBank,N.J.....
oeklynIvstmranceCo... 75 90" Werhawk iank.......
Do. d -GasGLighitCo... .... I Loulesanado.....Scrip..
ioOanal.,6percente;.. I01 104 Do............Full...
4 Y'. Sterling Co........ 78 105 [
RATES OF INSURANCE.
Per cent.
SoaportinGreatBritain? 14a II On whale ships.-to C
and fri'land tofPatagonia, per
De. and back to thi U.S. 24a 3 Do. in the Pacific C
LaiortanF .anC........ 1Y To any
Bo. and back tolthe U.S. '24a 3 West India lsla
o a port in Holland ......4 a 5 Do. outandhome
Do. and back to the i.,S. 5a 6 Do. withlibertyto to
o a port in Sweden,ort a 3 at one or more p
Denamark, Do. out and hone.
Do. and back to tie U.S. 5 a 6 To any port iIC.o!ra,
o a port in the Baltic.... 5 nmaia,orSt.Dopn
Do., and back to the U.S. 5 Do. out aridh6bmae'
oLisban, or Gihrallrtr.... 14a .. To Turkslsland arid'.
Do. and back to tle U.S. 24 a 3 To any.o neof the Bal
o a porter a I the lathe Toor from Bermuda
Mediterranean, I To (ir fromNew Orlean
Do. and backtothe U.S. 3 a'4 Do. outand home
o Madeira, or Westerni 14a la To or frornCharleston
ot Cape de Verd Isles vautnnah or Dar
Do. atrdhaek to the U.S. 3 a .. To or fnWilningtoii,
o Canton direct..........2 N. Carol inand 6v
Do. outantd home........a 4 Ocracocko Bar.....
oBataviaorapy insportt 2a 21 To or i'rom a port ini
in the Indian Ocean Chesapeake Ba
Do. outand home-.... 31a 4 To or from a pvrt in
o Rio Janerro, PerAnuti-) Delaware Bay
buco, oi any one >I a 2 To orfrom a portinRll
port in Brayils, Island or Continecti
Do. and back to tneU.S. 31 a 4 To or from a port iu M
Buenos Ayres,bMon-. tsachlnsetts
teviddo Tooofsorn aportinmia
Do. and back tothliU.S. a .. or New-Hanrpsh
o Alvatrado ..... ...... a 4 To or froli Halifax...
V Vera Cuz ....3 a 4 For vessels employed
SLaguira, Porto bel- ContasngTrade in sO
lo, or any onle port lIa 2 months... (per nto
oi the S.ann.,lainriS Do. in winter nlout
Do. outandtir l e..... 3 a 4 Do. will. liberty to
o Valparaiso, Coipimnbo. Euope, thle Ba
orone ortwoijports a .. not)included
in PaerifitOcvan Do. whole yearroi
Do. out and hoA,.- .i a 7 -a +7
BALTIMORE MARKET, January 22.
From the Ballintore Patriot.
COTTON-The tn port is only 324 bales New Orleans, al
a, i is for ccquant ofthe'mannufacturcrs anti not for s
t-n, t, our stock', a therefore very inconsiderable and do
upon a footing t draw LJte attention of shippers.
Virginia.... ... 10 a II P. Carolina... .....
Upland. ... .., 10 a 11 Tennessee..........
Louisians4 ..._.. 11 a 14 Alabama ...........
COlFF4e--Tl e- & pbortia S1535 bags from litio; 125 from
om Havana, and J9out 200 bags coaslwise. None was 01of
a sale during the liet week and tie transactions by pri
continue on the an e limited scale we have lately had occt
co--we make no teration in our currency.
Havana, .... .....lb. 14 a 16 Java......b.
Potto Rico & ag.... 15 a 16 Rn..... ...14
St Domingo. ......14 a 141 Jnmaica..... 16
FKUIT-Tha. :itwise importation comprises !216 dru
nd some Raisins, urrantsand Lemrnons. The demand is
omscribed by thlitlusing of the navigRtilrn both mere and
rn cities, that i l not practicable to effect extensive s
ubmitting to a hIrlr-y sacrifice. -
lmonds, Buid. sqa lb. -I 13 I Raisine, Mal. cask 8
igs, Turkey .... 11 .. Muscat, bunch, bx 3
runes, r .... . 12 .. .. Do .... ..
aurranti, Zaite e .. 12 1 12 Blonoi .......
'ranges, St. Miolllbx 2 ;. ... I Lemons, Sic. prm .
Sicily..... 3 75 ... Malaga. 7
FLOUR-SsIled Howard street $5 75, a very small stoa
City Mills at$4 50 -prices not yet settled. Tho inspectio
eek amounts tor l17 whole, half blils Howard at. 522
aill'bbis City Mil and other Fleoor. We quoto.--
Sup. Howard t.. .. a 5 75 I Susquehanna
'CityMill&. .... .. a 5 50
GRAIN-1 a
Wheat.... .. 1 .. 1 05 Oats...........
Rye........... .. a .. ,0 White Bouns.
eorn, new.,.,,.. ., a.. 60 I Barley.,...... .1 1


tode A
icut it
las-
nine
hire
d in
im'r
hits, I


und,..7u
-s


rout eon
ale-the
oes not p

10 aI
10 a.
.10 aI
Lagihayt
e r-d d-iit i
vate bar
tai-n to
Sa 164
I a 15
a ..
runs of F
a0 much
in the no
ales witt
,
S25 .
3 .. .-
1 50 2
no.
7 .. 14
ck on hat
in for the
'3 whole,



50 a ..
25 a I
121 a


Hemp, $35 per ton. Hanms and Bacon
3centsper lb. Honey, Horns, anid orn I
a Tip'; 15 per cent ad val.
l'Io, pig 50 cente-.-n lars or bolts not n
a rolled, .90.ccts--in bars or bolts rolledti
1 per'cw't in nt hoops, andi rods,
a cents; castings, I cent ; hollow ware,
cast vessels, not othlerwise specilled, 1A
1 cents. Indigo,15centlsper lb. Ivory, 15
per cenoat ad val.
Lead,'l a In g bars, or sheets, 1 cents;
rtii ,'r iii dry or gironr d in oil, 4 center
Laird t Iil li pbrlb. I.jlr. tg.i 15 per
cent ad Val. I
SM.
Marrinsets,Scmatpfergallon, M5ee,Sl
S p In. Musllrd, e per ccl 0d val.
-- d Madder, 1l1perctent ad val.

bal" Pepper black teetnts ; do.Cay non, 15
ait. cet. Finisento, 6 cents. Pirues aifid
1 Plia Phlu 4 cents pert I Poiter, iin'boltles,
-ade 20 cents-*- ilcaskl, 15 cents, pergallei.
Pork,t2 centsper lb. n
1.1 lRiisthis, in boxes andjars, and Mblsa.n-
11 tel, 4 centai--nil other Raisina, 3 chBitmer
ra ocoa,124 par cent ad val.
pub. Sglt, 20centsper56b1hs. Spirit, froni
gain grain, 1st proof, 42centas-Iudpeurteu 451
no- cenits-3d proof, 48 ccntas-4t1h prootp 3'
cents--Str proof, 60 cent., per atolon i
from other mate;riis tlain agrint, It nand
2d irmof'38 cents-3d iiroof,49cnut ---4th
proof, 4 cente-511t proof, 57 seIns pei
gallon. ;tesl, $1 pcrlw. p Segirn( Be
ige, per Spllk i ron,lc-ime. shot, 1
cir- cents. Sialtpetre. refined, 3 cenats.prlhl-
trth, crude, 12i per cent ad val Salt Clan-.
ber.2 cete-ItpasoUs 4 cumii., pi-, Is
ouft afron, 12 per cent d va i .
ilssial,5i perccntad vs i l. o hi|, l t.-i ni,
nSugar,whiti 4centa--brown, 3conetsper
S U. Sunrmac, 121 per cent. Bhelack,IlS
per cent ad val.
5 Teas, when imparted from China,Ile-
ne hen, 12centts-otherBlack,25 cent- ; Ira
S n perial and Gunpowder, 50 ocent---fysoi
nd- undil Youngi lysonItnO cents-IysonSkin,
e last and other Green, 2, cents. Tallow, I
200 cent pem lb. Twine, tuck thread 'and
S00 eine, 5 cents perlb. Tia Ino shets
plates, Tobacco Lcafand TortolieSIhell
15 par ceut ad val.
Verdigrls,12a pereceni ad val. Vitriol
orno Rorian 4cruri perlb. Vinegar
S4 cents per gallon 1
tsi *


ARTICLES FREE OP DUTY.-An
tuimoy; B aelit ;Briirhstone;Bur S oners
uonpier, inlpigs, bars, or plates; Cork
Weod; all pye Wooda; Hides andSkIns
raw, and Fjtrs uudressed; Plaister l I a
Vis Rags; Spelter; Tint, in pigs or bats.
CUSTOM HOUSE CREDITS.-On
all Goods, Wares, anl Meriohandlze,eth-
ei t~an hlradl'y and Spirits, Wines,Salt,
amirt Id T ftomto Europ, 8 10 and 12
niontl its
On nil Goadt, -Vares, and Mereian.
dite, if frou thie %INVt Indles, or any otln-
or plaIn on tile eastern sore of Anei rica
iorth 'ef the equator or in Its adjiactit
sen, ays, anfdgulpitls and iotintihs.
Ot, alt Goods, Wares, and Merchmu-
dila, Iffl oin any ethor place than Europe
and the Wrestililes, 8 J aind ISnnomthe.
On Brandy-nnd other Spirita, for home
omuliptoe. ifrma the date of the entry
S]Pnm] In2 n onthl.
Oii Brandy arind other Spirits forexpoi-
tatilonitfroui the tine thy aire tinkenirenm-
tIle publicstorep, 8 J 10ad 12 notiiti.butl
not to exceed 12 month frimn the dale of
the entry of tile vessel In which tiloy
were imported.
SOn Wines, from the date ofentry, 12
mnoitths.
On Salt,fromdateofrentry,ihmontths.
On Tens, direct from China, &.ltd not
stored for the benefit of longerednu, iualf
the dutiestin mniontlit, 4in 9 months,
In 1Vjnr:Onthr.
OIF'eas, form Chita direct, If stoed
for thebintitefloing credit, 2 ycar froin
.s4te(f entry;
1.. If prevlonslytaken out or store,
via.: n ditties amounting to 100 or
less, 4 months--on do. do. $500 orlbas,
a .no.ai-rnr dodo.do. nbve $S00, 12,
..Oirht, frnm the date when taken out-
an -rore, bar In no case to-exceed tWo
yenrs from tile date eflthe ontiryof the
vessel.

TONNAGE DTY.-On Amnercan
vessels, 6 cents Irer ton ; on iritish, BHre-
men, French, utchlianlin rg4,PI us.irn,
Swedilsh, Lubec, @ldenblirgh, Norway,
Sardllnltn, aurld Rssine vseals, from
heir possessions In Euro, C0 crtnl per
tqn; en vessels oflire stn powers Itomn
oiter places, andi all r etf0rr :-rom pornri wicra Aneriecnn nare pcn. tt.
oid to trade, I per ton-and wIlere, A
netlant va rss are ltlordlelso S
per to ,- .


2, ,~ ~


"- I ..... t -ay .-y .j_ ... -f .t, y .....-r *-' BANK NOTE TABLE.

-The foHowlng compose VERMONT.
the Berths Ai nUT the tnanksitlltyain i Burlington 1
Share allpar. Mientpsler
Bank of New-York pKar VWtlnedr
SBankof Arnerica do Brattleborough do
U. S. Branch Bank do Rutland di
'RANCE-FREIGI1TS AND DUTIES TrademansBan k do aNEko irSEY.
SMtarchants Bank do Now Jereey.iT anut. &
A D CHARL sTON. Chemnecal Bank do B. Cotit'Noboken
AN CHARLES North River Bank do Hohbken Banking /
City Bank do Grazing Co: do
Phlrwix Bank do Trenton,State broken
Pltanhattm Bank da Pardnc. o k
SPIRITS-No direct Imports are reported. There are several vessels Mechanic ank do Proec & Lmb. rok
mats. below detained by the ice, amongst which we notice the Ulysses, front Union Bank do State BatikNewark par
Rotterdam. We have made a general chasgo in our currency, to edopt Lonng Island Bank de Do Elizabethtown do
it to the present state of the market, as nearly as the limited nature of Delaware & Hud Bk do *Dno Morristow ,va.
the transactions at tisle season will admit. D New B runswick par
Brandy, Bordeaux .1 .. a 1 12 Rium, Jamaica.....9 a State B k, A lbany jaa4. cOf itri rnIa
Sbbl. J. P. Duprey's....1 25 a 1 30 St. Croix....... .70 a 89 BankofAe & anyro Franklin,JrIr eyCit uI
Seignette.. -0 1 26 Wind. Island.. 65 a 5 MechI & Farm. do do FranklinrJirsey City use
Segnette....... Wid. Isld.. 65 a Newburh do Paterson
Cognac......... I 25 a 1 31 New England.. 38 a : .Colunt. ludson do Do Pedple's Bank par
Gin, Ilelland...... 85 a .. 95 Peach Brandy... 75 a I Middle District do Newark Insurance.Go.do
Amerioan..... 34 a .. 35 Apple Brandy... 31 a Orangttesrco unyanklar 'l'rc AmbB y .'do
ra. Greent Co.. stopped Jersey stopped payment
REVIEW OF THE MARKET AT BOSTON. Catskill a Sissex'toppdpay
Troyt do Washington I
From the Boston Courier Vf J.nuary 20. Farmers',Troy, do Moiunt lolly -.
Tf Buat little intereqi was excited in our market by thIe warlike in- Mohawk do Cumberland do
telligence from England, received since the publication of our last re- Utica I Salem, S." M.Bl Co. I
port, some holders, however, of foreign produce decl ined selling at the Geneva I JeeByMa lufacurlisgan
moment at former prices, and as there appeared no buyera'in the manr- Auburn ] ankinfgcunany,dtHo-
93 hall do. kot at any material advance, sales were much checked for a few rd-VR ; 'Ontario I broken, par, anid are rcecc
half do. the market has new become more settled. A few of the leading articles 'Central vcdatall the iBanks in lil
have acquired an improvement on our former quotations, Iliore on ac-' .Chenango I city, as aliir. In'-i,.a, of
count ef a scarcity, than any disposition manifested by our dealers to Plttiburgh *nosale thers oep,.I ark aL Pat.
specilato. JeffTerton Co. I Monimonith par
ASH ES-The transactions since our last report have been 3 a 400 ble. Washingiu'r&Warreu I O Bilts redeemed at
l'Pits at 85 a 87 50,.and a lot of 30 bbis at $90 per ton ; a lew Pearls at Barkers' Exckange thile llankofthiDeslaware
1(16; .th market has sustained a slight improvement, and our quotations oarclatergh pa1 & 1dtso nCanial NCoarp
bbll. range accordingly. CLamiigprsaaI N iNNYLVANA.Y
1\20 kegs. Pe I, pa; r2401bhs. $105 .. a 107 501 Pt..... 85 .. a-7 50 .)Candai CUT. 1 PENSYLVAN IA.
COFFEE-The Coffee market has sustained a slight improvement, Hartford J ClIesterCo.Bank
but, the operations have not been very extensive. Phflix d Delawai'Co' do
bbl. :Porto Rico, scarce, 15, a 15 Havana....:..... 14 a .. iddletown a4 Farmers',Lancaster do
bbs. St. Domisgo...... 14 a 14l Brazil............ 14 a 144 Bri.,v1",i"l p ar hrrisburgh do
ei 75a80l Nerristewn
COTTON--The horders of CoItt-nu at th,- torIl pot it the week, in Deiby rue.s s, di
consequence of the ac..3.iiri Irom tir. gliJd, declined smiling at former Nedw-Hitrej s |.,r I. ninirrsri. a do
prices, but we have r .si ,t rm of aiy lse at Ihe altar.ce required. Do Mechanics' ; i j r-r.t.ir r. dr.
Uplta.d................. I a.l i1 r-(.1 -Ilan,.' .... 16 a 25 New-Lodotn | ,' .,li,,r ,. n i, h s do
Alabaman ............. :0 a It I am ni nm ......... It a-20 Uniron f. ,*i ... r..i. ,:..
half do. Ne' Orleans .... a 13 Surbmi .........18a 20 Storwington PI., rn .til,,.s r. B ok
Sbblslso. FISH-,e haver oticed fewer active move6tents in the Fish market Thanrent rslI,
this week, and prices of shipping qualities ithave llathr pit-n way ; the Wiiliharit Co. do
supplies however are not large, and many holders aie t, in at our last Fairfield.Co. i Cclrrig do
reported rates-not much buaineas hat been done in Mackerel, prices t "r,, allle 6 "
are generally' improving, and but few holders are inclined to sell at pro-, RIIODE ISLAN. f I. nr,,s ,r, d.r
sent quotations. .. gBril tol I .,t o
b- bl. Labrador.. ...ql $2 7_ a 2 87 Salmon.,No. 1, bli 1550 a C.' .. Conrercial dol lcf.j"n- t
Grand Bank.. 2 75 a 3 .. No.2.... 13 50 a 14 .. Freeman's a.1, ;rs,,rph 6
Hake ...'..... 1 87 a 2 MaclterclNo. 1, 5 50 a5 62, A'ricul.&Muanrt .. ra t'.xetial,-i.iB.
Pollock ...... 2 2 3a 7 No.r, 4 62A a 4 l75 ints a....,, .., tanari'r n
Alewives...... 3 25 a .. eN.3, 3 62 a 3 75 Cranston II. .n tr.il on
FRUIT-The sales of Fruit, which have been limnited,.cerrespond to Excharnge ar. Ma l-. i o /
the range'of our reported prices. --1 Falina daiJuniart do .
Almonds, Bord soft. 10 a Ili Raiinir,,M-al.cask 7 37ia 7 50 Kent do Gree-easle do
bales Figs, Turkey....... 104 a 11 Mauscalel, box... 2 S 80 85 Landholders' f.n 1ldford do
Prunes..: ....... .. a Blobm.s....... ..2 60 a a 65 a alerhnts. do..a,.rt ,,, do
Currants, Zatte.. .. a '.. Lemins, Sicily. 4 .. -5 .. n, l.r.rt.','n
Oranges.............. a .. Lisbon.. 5 .. a7 .. N i (.- p. a., r'iritt a do-
FLOUR-At the commencement of the week, the flour market rx- Narraganset '.-eLr lste
perienced quite a revived demand- for every description, whliici hai con- N. Ki'N giton d,.. 1 M-,ir.nd ao
tisued to the close unabated, with onsiderabtletnproveiment n prices. iont'llope o t [ LLA t I .- .REC
o'clock Baltimore Haoward-st.6 62 a 6 75 Richmtrurl tcitymi a1.5 5oa 6-37 Providence d D,. aaire i
.Wharf .....6 .. a 6 25 Petersburg .... ...none Pliainix d %I..II. &ir.',,dJntIo -
offcred.asked. Philadelphia........ 6 5 ... Genesee... ........6 62 a 6,87 R.T I T7n;,-n dor F .ir'H a. 6r nrs
.... ... Fredericksburg...... 12 a 6 25 Rye. ................ oae. R. I. inr d. it n
Alexandria .......6 Iai 6 374 Ilnd. Meal..... dl8 .. a is S '. Wi -,i'' i. a", r d do
..-. ,Rich,.ondnCanal .... 6 25a 6 37 D .o.........h. l.3 62 a. 3 87 Sihfield.. Colo. ,,k ,3 .%R... D
114 (4RAIN-Uatil the .laeo of the week the Graiimarkct did not exit- i-., l i'. h.r Kt ii. I',r, t, lo .i
108 .... bit any sign of improvement, the retailing demand having been quite Scituate ii.'.irtfi \ir
08 imitedi, and dealers evinced no disposition to .purliasc, preferring to Union .!.. r',, It. -i-.n.l.lll
.... t expected arrivals, with a belief That prices-wold then recede; but- warren i s 'Br r ri.1r,
StIe closing of our harbour by ice since Thursday last, has completely .- I .r;- d d 1.,.rr- race fi' -
S1(21 1034 frustrated their views and compelled them to coma into market, oand ,, D ,e a. Ill- nrst. h
s retain the prices required by sellers. i tlniie d-I' .-r masilturo' do
2o?4 5 9. Northern Corn, new. 78 a 80 Rye.. ............. ..3 a 95 -Camaberland d. -" inniuer do
'Ell.in aiBarney..e0,a] do
i14 Southern yellow..... 72 a 73 Barley.. ........... 90 al 'r
82 00 white.....62 a 72 Oats........ .........8 a 60 Castine MA rokE a, -'&'.Br '. a
100I .... Beans....... ...... $1 50 a 1 75 per bushel. 'wiscasset n.. Ainapr,,l. I
45 451 NAVAL STORES-The only article wh ch appears eusceptible of Hallowell Augu ina du ,**..,,. D[.-i.- n
75 a improvement is Turpentine, the stock being very limited and distillers KeN lebrirther i-OLMHIA .liTtRlCT
85 without much supply. A prime lot of shipping would inmeet a ready sale. AugustN il Mr B.Aricstria laroker.
Spirits Turpentne was in active request at the early part of the week, : angor Filhtu..riun.I n'-'5
6Gt s 0 but the denund has since subaidd. Varnis out of season and not much ..ii,,r r.raI .- hlc..'ttcib. I
404 4..- wanted. Qiotations nominal: CaLi..itand it., Frarlero& tltilrdiic. ldo
37J 45 Rosin .......... 1 37 a 1 50. Pitch........... 1 7S a .. Gardtj- "ii dit. li io
76 8 Turpentine, sofL 2 P7 a 3 .. Tar. .. .#.... 1 87 a 2 .. Keninebuik .. C niral do
G i wSpirits..... 33 a .-35 VIaraimb.......... a W' Lincoln -t t. %a nir&toni do
PROVISIONS- We continue our fo(ner prices, and notice several ,fac ...ar iddy s ",c. .i :io
63 75 sales fur shipment. Lard has,been eirpoacd ,,f at rather lower rates. \' a.ivlh. do Al-rxandria do -
.. s Beef, Mess anw bbl a 9 .. Pour, clear, new -14 50 a 15 ,.- Farniers' do
I.. No. 1 ....... .. a 7 50 Navy mess, 10 50 a 11 .. NEWIIAMPSHIRRE Potona e do
No.2 .... a 6 ..bone midd. 13 a 14 Cheshire VIRGINIA.
100 103 No .....3 a 3 25 No. I '. i Concord do Va.Bank & Brauch a I
8 5 -11 .. ; o a : O I . 1 : a I ,1 2 6 s -d o r m a t d o & d o do
f utter, shipping., lb. 14 a 15 N. 2...... 9 75 a 10 oor do Vall do & do indo
Lard............... 9 a No. s. .. 7 .. a :.- .w terampshlr "do ar llank.Letburg do
Cheee............ 3 a Has.... .....lb. 9 a .. 9J Union doe po Chart!stor do
go 96 Siafrfird do D RoN oiiy ido
...... TARIFF OF DUTIES. -'l Po a,oiuuh do N. W' Brink 5
.... .. .- Rr.cklirgh.am do NtiR'l II CAROLiN A.
1:7 '0 .A 1.. W C"aft 11u_. t itiji 3!4
Iqln .ci Atls.,n-bihqrasrot-ia--in-c5 ii b'aerirs,-Itmirgity, RtItrI r*- ;A.[.1. t'eotr* N*
....... : i,r Iaso .Alum, ca'.tlce.i pea p ne I'hnsy. ID.i ccrios p M \SS L \CI'3ETTTS. sle li3k & Brsnrh lio
. ; O cwt.I t AIu ;A.tclrsorti eIrilt' iaino,--lierr, ,,ia ,i l..i. ur,6 .ui-- ,ntorn ainiu jal. POUI'lH CANOLINA
.... .. c ia. p, it. Aintimry I '1.rct. It le- l Hlboi and1 jport., 5i.) ,.-i:-I e ovtiii.ue lanufac & Mie's I trharls. i Harils li
95 .'..: ;u:us rof d. fre i Aq alorttt iv'. per and FrI r i S1i).:.i-.I-,unir l \ I ..n,,,iti in P eirr.:. Nui ciutL I GEORCIA.
ct.. .... i. bl. lliill[t%, i C', ..i,. iii.--I La tt.. un ,i .1 Pe'lth-i i .t do I Augusta A
. ....e- e.... l. ubail.s re atilot, tL'ire ulo r...ti ii irl 4gilculr.fral 1 Dr i.i rllsrik r Trat
(5 ,. Beer,lnb.,ttles, esicls-in cm'ka, I' l -'N >edul in. is, .'Elr--.th r ..a B lU rt)} u> ate Javiinr ul. S3
..... .. c, crin., prr g.llor. B.ill ,l el ...r -i. .,. l I -i,' ,r-il*. \ % .i.. t out to.t U,-.irfordC..4 i, o.rlal do n a 't H.nkrt do
1 .... :: l eg'. s Utl llcsa,3cr. Lrrlin'. Bhie it'. 10I*n1 15 I urCent--mer 0ltce its', t o -J <'oa ,rln. i di.. OM1 O.
Cu. t... u l,-. ii,:l ien uisr'ut1..ri yard Be-t, rci, i .. W .iad, 1'21j 1,r itr adria,. r ar.r, du, Cal unbuau 6
112 .. c. k ..r r ?tb. Iutlu r, 5i eni i Ju Bi r 'ail t, L- .inl i lbuhtlbe W ax,Blcee, EssNex ii ailo..r,s ile B "ial h d
.... J.... riJ i 1 per cilt. a id i -T I; i pe cen i or l i 1lsi.t ticr OJ, Chiric-rire do
.. ... stones.unwrought, free. Do. wroughil, lan,,..i.s do Wi-t-EhBn'rtrio do
.... .... 1per crEt ad vi.i. ,BJ" ThediutyeiMedltnalhairgstot .1,ynaiinechaidca' .tid Mr.,i.in do
.... .... t". eltumuterated, 15 pli cent. ad fal. ie Mechanilesi' d.i -St Clarirvillt do
Cables and Cordagse,ltarred, 4 cents- Drugs for dyeing, aud inatorials for crn.- Frantlin ir JAiuirnt PI..ao.uil do
untarredan d yarns, Sceitsper lb. Can- poougdyes,nolenumecrated,1i iporce i Merchanit", d.' ;[ L.arcauist do
dies, tallw, 5 cents--eprrmaceli, 8 cents ad val. Aarblehead Sh srh..i->)i do
-wax, 6 ciita per Ilb. Cinmrinoion and t lerritic i : d r"siwit i% Micra-nle -o
Cloves, 25 cents per Ilb. .Chain cables Trheaboveratea ofduty are pr 4mer- N\ ur. litrci -din MISCELLANEOUS.
oast 7ja and partatheceof,3centsperib. Cheese, icanvessels. An addition it 19perIcenIt- t'iihl.-Uti, do Bank oftU. Canada, at
ann. 9 cents. Chlicolate, 4 cUnt. Cocoa, tisexactedon all Goo'ds,Wares aidMer- tI',,.rtu-.e :do Kir--ston broken
ce an cotits'perib. 'Coal, Scents per bushel.clhandide,,wheZa-.portedinfl'touln ves : ',iii dit i- eis. riT 3
,.ard a Coppera,$2percwt. Copper,iln plates sl,-Xceptin BritiAhvcrrclsnritrtreat' S,-.-tr..r.'trld do1' lrr hl.r-r3,trn-da J
"tr.1 I 1 firrhoatlhing,14-by48inchetrfte. Do. llritain and Dutch vee e ircrianllriheNl. 'l '. iou I, B',.,, ol Kor mteIy
otherwise, ~2per cent ad val. Copper erlan-s; withliinerc!iasdi.o, &c. of lrit I .i.. do I, T nti.eiere
......2a .. rodls,bolts,spikey,ornails, 4 centsporlbl. auinanddtheNsthrlaitdsionly;alesiur i'rc..]r dr N ohvullosihnik
ouch addit'l. Composition rods, bolts, spilkes, or nas, chalidize In Brelinn, Lulbec, ,inmburgh, F, n.. .u-lt dons. OCiJealst Ha nlk. S
>orts ia .. 25percentadval. CottonandCurrants, Prussian,lswedish,Oldentburghi,Nuiway,. P'ln.ln d.i Nnrhi. de
......3 a 4* 3 cents. Cutoee, Scentsperlb Capers, Sardinlan, arid tassiani vessel, which \Vhre do i,lal:it- 11a
Ja 30 per centadval. Ca;;phorreflniedrilno'v.eiijcnybytreatyal tkeprivjhr-ge. AlI 0-,inmurcialjSalei' dir- Tn llthte .4
a- 2 a, centi-crude, S cents. Corks, 12ccitelsartidiPessubjccttoduty,imptrlterdi tothle lIrialn Bsns dol\lIchlt:at -
ingo, perIlh. Chalk, 15 per cent. Cochineal, United Stats,.nt havingln bern landed -.__ ~
.3 a 31 12 1percentadval. Cassia, 6 centsperib. morethanoieyearateallowed adraw- HIGHLY I.-7'ERiETI0
'ack :i n .. D. backoftheduties, excepti orelgnidried r IT TIHE AFFfi''ECD
latias, a 1A Uck,sail, 15 per cent ad val. Demni adudpickledis hl and othersaliproviirios iL I EPFib'ic are TroaptstiCil ini,..mrtid tliti AN
s 1 a 1 johns, 25 centseach. ant chincables,)esubjectTo-,,ucrirt n -ir liS00N' ct COUGli itRI'S ur.d PILt.TOR.AL
a....Ila 2 i F. of'2ipercent. except Bpirils1 wliis U, PiWVDIU;RS hns efroin ar, (i,|t,, Use for years
is ... Fig 3 centasper Ilb. Fish, f 1 p rtll. celtt prergtoi u lililte|iui rliov idil -- .p .is ,,id iasin e alv. tol b.: .-,i -,fitke mnost valit-
:.. .. a 4 -1ackerel, l ; Salmon, $2-all other per cealt on tili e mount uioduisats, Me.- bile remedies ever yet discovered for the cure of
,Sa- eal pickled1, l perbbl. Flour of whsat,5( chandxe not free andi not subeii ltoiinry Coug-s, Coldsand otheraffectiosiaof the breast and
ien, cents per cwt. -other rate of duty, pays 15 pirs cunt ad lungs leadaiig to Consumptions. Thlcusanpds have
ar ) ralorehm. I -Inf ic. h tIi(h .p, Wfn;i1. -fhlHPl n Bilaism
1r na I Glass, window, 8by 10,$3-10 by 19, On al Gooda, Vares, and Merchan a.d tin.,y or the heIhilW ri-i *-.t-it, I ha, volun-
- 3.i-and over l0 by ]l, $4; im plates ui-t liz!i, imprte. front the (0apu ol Good tain1 ginenc,-rtilin.ais ..in. ,i I.l,-,n inll accen,-
, o cut, 4 per 100 feet. Ghlic, 5 cents. llopit, or beynul thire sute, (ifadrtviul pary caci bottle, that will satisfy evrrv inprejIai-
the Gunpowdar,Sccattsperlb. GumArabc reat ertlclcs,fjSOpercent s, be ai(aledi to cednmindthattieimnst extraordinary nladrunexplcled
y and Senegal, 124 per cent ad val. Gin- the actual cost thereof, aild 10 per cent cires Ihave keni perfaomied by the iese of tils needi-
the a ger, 2eentsper lb. Guru Copal, 15 per iffroin anyforeignport, beforethileduties elite c Crolongetainding, in which other sdil-
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thie ioskiliitfinrl P'hyaici.t's had civn thrmnt up as
hopcles. Itis not preteniodtlhBttlhy are aninfali-i
bhie cureln all.cases, but of such as are incurable,
there grebutfew but what willbegrea-ly rtiieved by
til e fe them. Scarrely a cve of Colds, Coubk.,
Pain IIn lieside.diffiiculy ofilbreathing,wstnt of lTee
alsriig frto dbillity, or even seated cintUlt n i ur ,
but may be relieved by a tinielv use f this Hvnlhrl "
Balsair. Each Dollar Brttlc of this medicine sco- 4
taltus abooutiOdosee,whiir lprovesthemn tobe a cheap
medicine considering their virtues.
For he furtheraitriacetindnofIke pubillsathe fol-
-lowing Ceriilcieatei'ffered 6iir perusal.
N. EW CERTIFICATES.
DR. MELLN, Slr-The caes of humanilty de :-
mnands ofne to give you tle fi.llnwtgd Btataiemen:
liy wife. had, for;alx years baenJi a ideclles anid
pronounced by her Phyicilans t be In a conauamp-
tire state, anil was attend-'d .a severV pe in hti,-r
sid.. with a Cough and difficulty of bireathig. Shie
was reduced so low as e 6e guna eto get from lar 5
bed to itl elirce.ithoi l .' IV All A tprs 1 lierereesvti. -l
fyliadnd lio e'tgst lit p. .I.n thief situatdn, I w ,
.rvargupra,, as a Ias4,ponible resort, yet wsaitlhoat
a'nyd hretef O atoit o rmcek una of i Andraon's' J
"Cough fltps'. SFkr cininiiiireced lleu.-f.(fth1n1 In
Feb-uaryJast annn oier 'ing twnt battles, t tile as-
tonisimntet of all, in the monti of May tIallowing the
lienitl rni'y wife wa entirely rcutored, and s8inco
which her health and stn ntith w e perhaps nte'er
better. Feeling adeepinterestlthathllte Public iIn Ian-
ocral ni', resort to the same rensdy, when lhilr sa
friends or relatives ere apparently, or evidently on -u
the brink- of tlhe grave, to resetethreni frast ithermae,l
You are a.t libeityto publish the above. T asitu'-ea
pectfully,&c. JAMES H. ST'YLl-s
Ithliu iock,Dutchesaco N. Y.Nev. 8th. 2-" :s .
Tlhi is to certify tliat then uhacriber wars brougtlht
very low by apltinig blod,artcndedwith aeouegh and
catarrh, andmthat nothing arflrded me real relief uit
til I cenomn cred taking Asderson's Coaugh Dreps
the use of which were the MeansIn the Ihanfl i d
ofrestoahnl me againtoagpoiiforttinisbl te ofhe.alilh.
And I dn further eertifythit tlie wife of Mr. Na-.
than Hintgingt Ivlnglin thbn ame place was adhc-
tod with a very bad cough for a number ofyear.,
and tlhtin 182-, she iBrwarduced so Iolothat livl s
thoughtshe nIlustsoon ie in nier grave1 as shvwnas --
scarcely able to walk fro erheeledto thfire whe"
shbacminmeaneiedtak(hlIgAdednoi'situ ib5 z the b
nseofwhieh,i t nashart thiinio ftrrestored her that
alto was soon able to do tanod d(ay'swork. I Ca "t
cheeorully rocon iend thismnedicine tlthe public.
PHILO[JUDSON,IPastogr '
SftlieChurch In Astlforid,Ooirn.
Ashford, Sept. 25, 1324. 114 2wd 4Nawv m
. VALUABLE REMIlDy POR DYSPEPSIA". .
J AMFS' Anti-Dyapeptic Pills are extremely
Smiled in their effect, but it is found np trial
that even the mont oblinate easei generally
yield by degrees, to this mild and agrelable
remedy ; and that a return of dyspeptic
sitmploms is esayai prevented by a moderate
r, nit tile pdl ; for palp by the Proprietor, 82
lu stl petr t. JI4 dtftc.lawcp


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