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Title: The statesman
Uniform Title: Statesman (New York, N.Y. 1823)
Alternate Title: New York statesman
Physical Description: 6 v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Carter & Prentiss
Place of Publication: New-York N.Y
Creation Date: January 12, 1827
Publication Date: 1823-1828
Frequency: semiweekly
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Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 18 (Mar. 3, 1823)-v. 7, no. 68 (Aug. 24, 1828).
General Note: Printed by William A. Mercein, for Carter & Prentiss, <1824>-1825; Printed by Carter & Prentiss, 1825-1828.
General Note: "Pulchrum est bene facere reipublicae,etiam bene dicere haudabsurdum est.-Sallust."
General Note: Editors: Carter & Prentiss, <1824>-1828.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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VOL. VI.- NO. 3. PULCHUM EST BENE FACERE REIPUBLICI, ETIAM C ~ AD ABSURD EST.-S FRIDAY, JANUARY 1827.
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THE STATESMAN: quarter imported should pay 2s as a permanent
Pfilnted every Tuesday and Friday, at No. 20 duty, and an additional 2s on every quarter im-
VVall-street, New-York, by ported for te first three months after the issuing
CAR.T & REN T SS T Q i Iof tle order in council.
CARTER & PRENTIS S, Having made thisstatemont, he wouldn't oc-
Editors and Proprietors. cupy the time of the committee much lotn.)or;
'r i"c $4 per annum, payable at the expiration ofI but he did hope that Parliament, by sanctioning
six months from the commencement of the sub- what they had done, would continue the oppor-
scription. If not paid within the year, $4 50. tunity of introducing a quantity of food, which
All letters (post-paid) directed to the Editors would not be below what was wanted, nor so
at'New-York, will be punctually attended to. much above it as to be injurious to any class;
1,7'No subscription will be discontinued 'til all and he trusted they would sanction what he
arreararges are paid. should propose, that the san.io duties should be
.,..,'5.-.-.... --..-.- e continued till the 15th of February, when impor-
NEW- YORK ters, ifthe price were above 30s. would be entitled
ns Y OR A I" to bring it to the market on payn'ent of a less du-
TESDAY, JA Y 9, 187.ty. t was not, e oped, necessary for him to
LATER. FROM ENGLAND. add any thing' in defence of the course they had
.-. N ... .. adopted. Looking at the state of the country
1ly the packet ship Corinthian, Capt. Davis, in the month of -ukigst, and the serious appre-
London papers to the 125th and Liverpool to the hensions then entertained of a greater scarcity
27th Nov. are received. than had occurred, he thought they would not
PrinceAlexandorLievenRu.sianSecretaryof have been justified if they did not take immedi-
R .c ate steps to obtain a suplplyof food, not merely
Legation, is a passenger in the Corinthian. for the cattle, but a supply of what, to a large
Mr. Gallatin transacted business with Mr. portion of' the people, constituted a necessary of
Caunin on, nthe 2lnd. life.-Hear, hear!) He wouldl U:.:.', i ,, '.:.-.
u-n t O '-o -t. .....d vintrtewo rosolutions:-Thlie -, I' 1111 I i..
Eglid.-On th 22d ad 23d, both houses af e granted to minister an all otherscon-
parliament were engaged in debates upon the corned in the opening of the ports; the second,
King's speech, and suitable addresses in answer that the duties as proposed by the orders in coun-
to it. Mr. Brougham remarked upon the speech cil should be continued until the 15th of Februa-
that"it wve composed, from beginning to end, of rynext.
that it w composed, from beginning to end, of The resolutions were, after a short debate,
blanks-that never before had he heard speeches agreed to.
.either'delivered by his majesty from the throne, A long pending treaty between Persia and
orby is majesty's ministers, which touched England, has been agreed upon. The messen-
o mj 'w h c ou'er who brought thie treaty to Engoland, states
lightly, which said such nothings, upon some of that the Persians clain some advantages over
the most important subjects it alluded to-while the Russians.
it left out others, of the highest moment, entirely." The order for prohibiting the exportation of
... ... arms, ammunition and naval stores. is renewed.
Much dissatisfaction was expressed in particular Mr. Sothey, the Poet Laureat, who was re-
at the King's silence as to the Corit laws and the turned a member of Parliament for Dowuton,
situation of Ireland. To these, and other re- has declined taking his scat, on tile ground that
marks of a like character, Mr. Canning replied ; hl did not possess such an estate as would quali-
fy him."
and after taking anll excursive view of the various R1 ,; ., r. glnd and i. -Ir.
subjects of debate, andjustifyingthegovernment, th.: H,. : .: A''i,:.'..;, Mr. Canni .. r.-,:'.r
particularly fornothaving' reduced the naval or to ih1 ..,,d' I',,'..0 'in.: against th. -..- .-
military establishments, in the course of which tion of the .. and naval establishments,
spoke of the necessity of maintaining an efficient
he took a retrospect of the proceedings of the ca- naval and military forf in the present and pre-
bmetin relation to the continent, he pledged him- carious state of the wdrid. He said, "'t is our
self hereafter to meet the opposition upon every duty, ifthere be faith in public obligations, to take
care that the frontier of Portugal 'hall not be
material point. As to the Corn ... .- stated crossed by any invading army; but it is no part
that shortly after the Christmas ::. i: would of our duty -to interfere, in order to give to any
be prepared, i ,i...' part of His .11i .: .' Go- one party or faction, in I"... 1 i 1.c theascen-
vernment, to propose such measures with regard denlv over another, I 11 ,:. .. to affirm,
venainent, T that durhg-the last three anxious months, tile
to the Corn Laws, as, in their opinion, will prove presenceingfthe British power has ntprevented.
befeficial'to the country andd conciliatory to all not, perhaps, the execution of some settled do-
thd great interests involved in the consideration signs against the peace of Potugal, but acts of
of the question." occasional hostility from another power, which
iltouh "b it ,y possibility, in their consequences, have
.Addresses to the King were finally agreed on, involved the whole of Europe in a wa."
in both houses. To i'.A .iJl..',A "in the Corn- A cotton mill belon'-ing 'to Cussons, Bradley
mons, Mr. Hume moved an amendment by pro- "& Wylde, at Oldhani, lias been destroyed by :., I
posing a representation of the grievous distress- with machinery, &c. valued at d30,000, princi-
es of the people,-an embarrassed trade,-decli- pGreee.-Itis sai ih.. T ..r I ...:r .- i- 1,. F,
nhig r: ibi,-,--';,..'.jr .u; .. l.i,,--....r-."i..n i,,.e- M arseilles for Legh -r i i ,r lrated i1 Ii ,- I.
cures, and other onerous articles of the national .aysi'i the equipmpin .:.t" t ', -.,-'t',, .,J
establishment; ,~ osnrn. '..._- large reductions, reek Loaus, le t i 'ro. ,.. ,:. :..:.
'e. TI,.' aiIi,.dr: ntl .a: liu r upi,:rir.i the Greek cause.
S.' -.' 91 .-, :, I.; li~ :e : ,h. Turk-ey.-The accounts from Vienni "]d n1.

sii!. J I.sat I,. V:.uI, i i |," I .,i l, ,i,....l' I., ,n- .of the stipulated four weeks.
forward tl-he ,uit,.:.rtat -t, ..i ,:, the corn laws A large 60 gun ship, built for the Pacha of
immediately after the recess. Egypt, was launched at Leghorn on the 1.0th of'
TheLiverpool Commercial I l-r.:.r ..- ,. November.
'.' ,..hl ; **I. .:..- I, Ih.i nr G' Geneva, N ov.8.- SirFred'kAdam.! -... .].1:r-
-l-.:'.,'" docur.r,, r'.-', ,-, j,j. : .. *mn such sd that the number of Greek women ,,,J,.,,l ',
,..,.,n 1h 'n," [s'r'" a,- ,, fo lo who seek refuge in the Ionian Islands is so great
nc r.rair:." Ti,. CInr L'.. re .-o obe dis- that itbecomed impossible to provide for their
t .1 i,lt ...r thi e .:, i us ,1 thi ,i,ter is to urgenti.' I.n-:,o it, l-.: !, t 'ahlih r.: "otes
.,-,i~1n.:,-. ,rl,.,p ... i.. b .,, Iis vital a subsidy for the purpose. ,
q,,'I.'.n.n ,-r :: ,r ,i i. "'h, m.-Ii,- .Vinis- The news from the seatof war inGreece issaid
.ters have for thus postponin-g the discussion of to be more favourable than lately. A great uium-
this most important business, we are at a loss to ber of the inhabitants of Romelia iad-, rebelled
understand. 'Much as we mistrust the mea- against the Porte.
sures of the Government, we could hardly con- toN A'rot, Oct. 8.-When thb Greek troops went
ceive that the adminiLtration would tamper wi to Salamis, the Turks -.:.'. .I to attack' tie
the distress of ith.: :..i r-., t. delaying the dis- Acropolis, and began to bomtbard the fortress,
cussion of the ('.-,r,, ?B'l u,,. d famine, and its tbut seeing that they did but little damage, they
ver-failing attendants, shall enable tham toob- resolved to attack the low wall before the Propy..
tain the measure from the aristocracy at any tea of the Acropolis. They attacked it six times
easier rat..- il, ih i w.:.'.I..ij .'r ,rn I. at this time. with all their forces, and were repulsed by the
If it were right to.issue an ordering souncilto set garrison alone, who made a great slaughter of
aside the law of the land,some months ago, and them. The first attack was on the 14th of Sept.
to admit F.r.in r, u,, l.i ;s necessary and thelastthe 18th.
now,l I.:' --,stI-- l..-: Irhz .)ipij,.-it.hi,r to prevent P"rtugal.-A London paper of the 24th, says:
the rt.:.rr n.:e .l i n ii n....I *i i.:.rI similar act. A reportprevails in the city this morning, that
The di-nri.s hl or. ,rnir.a.i.nl:I.aig ,nteredts has a person arrived in town yesterday, bringing re-
ir .r.: -'s.], and is increasing to an extent that it monstrances from the Spanish government, re-
I" haii.ll- possible to conceive. We shudder to specting the affairs of Portugal. The particulars
think how the miserable victims of the male-ad- have not, as yet been divulged."
ministration of public affairs, are to face the win- Russia.-The advices from Odessa state that
ter, without furniture, raiment, fuel -or food ; the Russians had fought several battles with the
thousands of men, with their families, willing to Persians ; ibut, although, in all these engage-
work, are in this situation in this country." ments, the advantages were on the side of his
Corn Laws.-In the- House of Commons on Imperial Majesty, yet in each succeeding action,
the 24th of November, on the motion of Mr. Hus- the bravery of the. Persians were more conspicu-
kisson,it was agreed that the House resolve itself ous, and the farther the invaders proceeded, the
into a committee of the whole on the late Orders 'ore certain was considered their destruction.
in Council respecting the opening of the ports. City, Two o clock.-Soon after the commence-
The Speaker havingleft the chair, ment of business, an advance took place in Con-
Mr. Huskisson addressed the committee. 'He sols and the quotation was 83 M for this account,
beganr by ,.b..ir,';rn' ith ,: ih,, Orders in Council and 84 1-8 for the next. The foreign securities
for lth: op.-in.g,.-i 'Ilie l..r, t.:., the admission of have improved with Consols. Mexican Bonds
oats, oatmeal, peas, beans and rye, which had just 671; Colombian 421 ; Spaiish 131 ; Greek 194 ;
been ref rred to the commiittee', were issued, not Russian 87.'
only without .the authority of law, but in direct A paper of the 22d, says, bills for a large a-
contravention ofexisting statutes, and as his Ma- mount drawn by the Mexican government, were
jesty had called Parliament together at this time presented yesterday, but acceptance was refused.
chieflyfor the purpose of having those orders sub-
mitted for their consideration, he thus took the n o A s -
earliest opportunity of submitting'to the house Congress-Saturday.-A slipfrom tiAlexan-
the grounds on which his Majesty had been ad- dria Gazette furnishes the following information.
vised to issue those orders. This was a duty Liberia.-The House refused to consider a
which Ministers owed to Parliament4 to the coun- resolution offered by Mr. Weoms for appointing
try, and to themselves; and, if it should .be the
pleasure of the legislatar-a to grant them the in- especial committee to enquire into the expedien-
demnity for which they sued, so far from its be- cy of appropriating money for the transportation
coming a dangerous precedent it would rather of free negroes disposed to go to Liberia. This
tenwhich to streont andthconfties in .,. t.:- ,.' is conclusive as to the disposition of the House.
limited. Theyowed italso tothemselves, as they Teas, Wines, Coffee, Sal/, and cash payment'of
would otherwise be' subject to certain legal penal- duties.-Mr. Barney, for the purpose of testing
ties for having so advised the Crown, and they the sentiments of the Hlouse, offered a resolution -
likewise owed it to those subordinate officers who that the Committee of Wa and es ni
acted under their orders in opening the ports. a the Com ee of and Means inquire
Here the right honourable gentleman recapitti- Into the propriety of reducing the duties on
latedd the reasons which had induced ministers those articles, and also of requiring cash pay-
to give the order. Taking all things into consi- ment of duties on foreign manufactures. The
advising his Majesty to issue orders for opening resohutio wasrejected by a large majority.
the ports, and for showing the importation of the Postmaster-general.-On motion of Mr. Brent.
greatest quantity of oats, beans and peas, of the Committee of Ways and- Means' was in-,
which the country stood in such need.-(Hear !. strutted t i e de
hear!) If they had waited until the next quar- to naulre nto the exper. o -
terly average would have opened the ports, which creasing the salary of this olicer.
undoubtedly it would, "they would have exposed Imported Spirits aind Mlolasses.-On motion of "
the cm y, inth interim, to tht alrmilgstat Mr. Wickliffe, the Committee on Manufactures :
lycontemplats.-(Hear hear!) Bu having de- were ittrcted to inquire into the expediency of;
cided on that course, there was another point to increasing the duty on these articles. i
be considered; that vwas the amount .of duty .
which should be paid on the importation. They Relief to the Greelki.-Thfe thanks of the Phila-
advsed that the parties importinig should give delphia committee for raising funds to benefit the
ond r the payment o a .certain duty p, quar- hungry and suffering Greeks, have been formally
th'.- reur ; ,.r. rin.:.:.,n t,. the amount then presented, through their chairmnan,Matthew Ca-
named, and ,i ,hr I ,n.. acted under theimpres- rey',Esq, to the MIanager of the Theatre in that
sion that Parliament would be disposed to give city, WecmAs WAirt Esq. for thi avaig; of
its sanction to the duties then named. The duty,E for
for the payment of which bond was given, wes, a benefit paid over by the latter, amounting to
that when oats rose to 28s the quarter, every I :'1 50.


T .None are for ne A ri r coom.wt, in the constellation Bouvier, was The John and Joseph from Maricaibo waS' of Mr. Carr's famiy had been butchered
Iif#Crrf "miy d. b..- ''een butchered
"That lokintotmy deeds with thinking eyes. tt- 'e I t o bra Par ed o l n : i ha J burnt in the flames ot' their own dwenng'-
eoserebythePotsmouth-Journal, ta h ir r,,rn.r ,, ,n.j .creased its ascension captain Daivis, from La Guayra bound on a ',. ." / i.-i- Tltaoxecu ive'-I. edi-.I
Mr. Secretary Clay has transferred the publica- about ne degree aday, withaugmented lightand cruise, who politely furnished them wvineh some 5_ .. ,' 1 1 .nilitia, in n c ..t.ivet rc
tion of the laws of the United States .from the. maag ude, and a tail several degrees in length provisions, for wlu'.h no compensation would be under the command of Gen. R. K Call, who is
New-Hampshire Patriot arid State Gazette, to Serq us disturbances had taken place in the received' The. osita, had three days previous- no t pursi of he murderers. lOrders haveb
eN H. J d al fr h t roy al iallge at Versailles, to suppress which re- ly : t-'" "i red large Spamch ship been transmitted in all -the counties, to place the
t.e N.. Journal, and also, from the Eatrn sort h i ao h-a : the gendarmes, and ill foGr, .r i n r ,-. .. n Havania,.havigg a cargo country in a state of defence, and Captain Dade,
Argus, at Portland, to the American Patriot.- the .7't I n ."I I,,- students were expelled ion board invoiced at one hundred thousand dol- ofthe on S as wiah one compa ,
The N. H. Patriot and the Eastern Argus have, and ,r nIuL,.,-, ,nor.. I lars.; Mr./Anthony Carouth was prize-master. stationed on the Suwance river, and is actively
The .H. A hv a I 1 11 boats of thisoReitetst, iwtn'those of the engaged iniarresting and-,isan-ing thi Indians,
we believe, tile widest circulation of any papers A r eery of a singular, nature hadl been do- Pinhinchai ,i company, li evr e ngage y ho are in a sarm ig thie ndis
printed in New-flampshire and ,i.T-1,, ; t'tedb Pr.-. in the exposition of which, it ap-'"-. m .s w pan ..slofProm aric, Id ,owr1dhI.-
"t heydrin, otr,-e. l'o it.h"o II of 'elvet, sedin the filteral ith Sash vessels, off Porto "ay ohost ity.
"theydouotbelonguntothehouseof n, .ue. L..XV. and Mria A oinette hichtlhe Pii nchica madan officer,and the Coompanies of mounted men have been.order-
Inytemperae .-A meetin- has bt.n huld I ,..n,.-i al' ofclothingofthe king'shouse- men killed, anhad several wounded. ed from several ofthe counties,andand an express
im f meetings ts l esb hld, hd ben stolen, since the h1st of January Aduel.took pla e'on the 4thDeeleron tie has be n sent to colonel Lynch,sbnunmanding the
Portland,for the purpose of taking measures to last, t aiversr celebration, and sold to the Al bama l pHean tah4th De emb. on te Uniteed Satos' Troops at Pensacola, and to 'olo-
check the progress of intemperance. We have. German brokers. Capt. Ramageo of the Navy, and Dr.1',comb of nel .'rco *', a Tanuma Bay,,Tequesting their Ir-
doubts whether any thing effectual can be done, The mous James Swan, thel American swin- the Army, in which the former was wounded, but niclul'e ., which the Executive believes, will
though we would be pleased that an cxpediet er o has been imprisoned at Paris for 18 not severely. be i y riy i-vcn, :md which, he soyst will cria-
-though lve soul e plased tat an expeden "years, fir obtaiining money mid defrauding his blei hi i.o r,,etih"inhabiantsoftheTerrito-
could be found. rdit',r, ailu, r rLhm pri-i ,. .. .... r;' r, .sl r ell-. Gmunpowder.-The citizens of Brooklyn held a ry, and ii'necessarry, to carry the war into the
I ,n l n,-a ,rrr,i ,n. Kn' .. th meeting on the 1st inst. forth purpose of taking enemy's country.
The Arls.-An engraver at New-, H i". ..-',n...,,n.ti ,' .'i-,l.,ivi.'n ri .. ..r' .rj, ," .'- .... ,,-:i .:,- into consideration the propriety of .\T),o..,,,, he Executive sates it as his opinion, that the
another Hogarth, has published a sen. .'.' j.:- '. ".ie'r ,:..:ni','irn. ih.: ,ot.a._i wIl h.i I'mrIl, ... : tnle Legislature '"r In "i. t- ipr..-cnt b, body of tli Seminoles nation, is not concerned ih
tures caked the Drunkard's Progress. They pin, i. l.' r ti lf t v r., is,. Jr fn I, ..a of gunpowder t r" ":- '.1 .- i .-1,... T:.-, I l ,ate hostile movemi-enhts.
commence with th convivial glass and end with 1 h appenstha : e Micibe, wh ny 1uster aou
his "2'blareni-sost- r s' r ,-1 r -.wtar hundred wrior. arrd the discontented
the Almshonuse. '.,,t,....-T'lh. id. I'rI.:,. C Ir ha_-,:. I.:. thereby the lives and property of the citizens, not Creeks, it is believed, have madly determined on
The bri William and Charles Cat Steve ~I.h lt t, Bur .i r i iii., Iri ni i.. only of Brooklyn, but of this city. Col. Spooner hostilities.
Thbri William and Charles, Cat.. Seven,' VAIL ,r i 'd A' ,.'t'I- cn the 14th of November, was appointed chairman, and 'Mr. J. Dikeman We learn that the Department of War, himne-
from Port Antonio, Jam. for Portland, was lost and proceeded for Venezuela on the 25tlh. From secretary. Several resolutions wore pas.-ed, and diately upon reading the dispatches,'sent off .an
on the 31st Dec. on White Island; crew saved. 'her', .: he, -; :'-. ,,.-E.J i... arrivee St Carthagena, a committee of five appointed to present a me- express with the necessary orders for the. most
ta..-,,it ihe uli.- :,ic:. lIh- 0. ll.'Jauuarv;' The seat' morial to tme Legislature, which is flI'" ftu lbelaid efficient defence.
UI A most attractive bill is offered at the Park r.i '..ae, ,me nt '. ia t. e established for the before. the Corporation of this city foir their co- '
theatre for this evening. Mrs. Knight appears ..' ii .1. tn- li. I- I .i or at Turbaco, 12, operation. COMMON I 1.iN" IL.
in two of her bstcharacters, Susannaand Clari. i"" ,-. dlt,. r a.lettes state, tat Breakwater.-The cormnmttee of the S-t, T MBoardonday, Jan. 8.1827.
T'., ... n,_i ........i ...... ilnaare but seldomn arl.vf a r ingat B ogota ivar tookdnecisdieln to whom the subject has been referred, have re- and roceeded to t tieho of adjournmen
'", 1. l'.',f,., -;1r-.], ,r ..- 7,arerbutseldoimar itogotaBoar tookdecisiv to e i t s Tie Board met at tie hour of adjournment
a.1,'W. --p 'n'o'-hi h: investedhimself ported in favour of tiheprnopnosd Abr teraet/> at and proceeded to thle busireess of the sessiona.
al, i j: .r.' r- r 1 Ir-, hil '. 'Ih -.h- r i, -. the Constituttion rthe ~iofth of th DeD .are l p e he x oaeri Thipe revision of the laws set dowi for th l ve-
t wl be perceived, by reference t the no- i. offices opatchre difficulty of its construction will be very at, ing was taken up. Onthb motion of Mr. Val-
w"ill-be perceived, bynreference t6 teno- W.t'nL'- i l u,.et"' In-i.. officesof~ecre- butnotperhapse'eceedin gthe..pr.o-ortioirlet emm... eleityii, a question arose whether it would not be
twice in the advertising columns, that seats for the ..r f r .;nd of the Navy-ordered ft. Aiths "a hidie .t p--ri t best niethud to hIave the eed rtod n s of
three remaining nights of the Signorina Garcia's ..' ,-. ,'.-' b000 mime, aid reas- which the remark is ad t it cta a the la p te f te se of te e er. r.
....grG .hicnaent,...isma e,-t l" '',.h.:. .in the navy 100 r ... .. .. vn -.-.. -was n'intternoy Famnimor exhibit of'tile'r, rn-. .ea- han'itseitimos iaSSg r.Lm"pon.the
engagement at -...... theatre, or for either -I In,' Irn Crth gena, wevsto ren, n tonor exhbeltof the -. ,i... .-- sea- E. '.as in favorof ssin g upon te
of them, may be taken to-morrow. Seasonable u n" S I u1 .te tht onveio' men, andtheloss of ....... r r., .,I., ... and laws liu without printing. Mr. Lynch
of them,."i..y be takento-,morrov. Seasoabl -.. .Led. .n thet. a. Convention'the public, which 6re annuially oxn rien1 aon armd the Recorder advocated the other sids,-and
application willbe well,as the presswillno doubt *.- fi, pe.I c,.,lled.-The letters en- e coast in te vicity of the ar Bay i enecessiof v prato
begreat. -close the fi1l~xlvig Proolarnation.--JIerc.Aavt. c
be great. hose the fp'loeig P-camaton-.ec. ~vwantof a proper place of shet elrt el B, :I,,r b fore Ilih ,embers could pass understaningly on
C''. 'L :.TIf(.' OF BOLIVAR. years of 1825 and 1826, m less *thano-e
Puns.-The English papers are ...,. I fuill of ...., ... 1 .fm 'hs rciapi- and tnbiuei-one cases of shipwreck, loss aid d.sas-- Mvr. Lynch offered a resolution, that the whole
puns, the larger portion of them, too, of the most tal' :' ,.:- I tih-. r A i': E. L.:.-. 'r- .Arm'y ter, were occasioned by vessels being drive into report be referred back to the Law C mnunitteo
despicable kind even of that wretched substitute ro h ,0r.v .'-ie ., to r .. dl, lyry or out of the bay by stornis and ice. In very for the purpose bfiavingo the aiteratioas. printed
c k ri s'- o f "ta eretffhihts ofPotosi. A million of Colombieans., many of the cass cited ill t e ( inrmlivlt."r for the use of tihe members, passed- Alderman
or wit. rThe following, -.. ...,, '.. pass:- .i i R, i.i i .... ..board, tie vessels w ere lost s ell as the pro- Cobra oi'ed a re:,olution-thliat the members b
SMr. Kenny, the populardramatist, theother day -,r '.' '! ,. I '--- l ii. perty. furnisiherd with a copy of such Iws for the last
in drinking a glass ofwine, inadvertently swal-. -.rd -'t l,_.:. 'd to .. n :!' The ship Washin toe, ,aptai year as ms y have ben printed. it passed. .
o ss .lh H: siI.:c v. iia.tt ,r .t.-,.r." ihe ship Waslhington, Captaui 'Conwl' S'everal petitions were thei.offered and refer-
lowedsome smainasubstance which was floating .. r i,c.: ; ,. in i .- (- cleared on Saturday ffor Liverpool, has on board rey to the appropriate coiumnittee's.
oni the surface, which nearly chbaked'hiin-a .," ..,:]. r. 1183 square and 1266 round bales of cotton- John nr-..nrv -as appointed Ward Inspector
fiendseeing his distress; and anxiousto proclaim .....1 .... weighing about 765,000 pounds.- er. dv. for the ', il .:,i, district. Thlieboard then -ad-
to his companion the sad state of the case, ex- il,..', ,,l ... :,'.: ,, .... lmeican I ngenuiit.---ver tr i .... ..r;'
claimed, "It is Cork-gomne the wrong way."- 1 n.. -un.,,,n r.i nio,,,la 1 1r.l-,' "11 ,i,..nr'ni" additional specimens of the in. 'r. .ii ..i..r .'IANZAS.
SI don't know whether it is the wrong way to -' i n ii ueul,.u:e. J _, ,,no.,.,nd r rir A'counlmtrynmen.'. There has been minventeId a, leioon
i r- at-, i ,,r.h. in '. ,'h- r mI h'v icl weaves every van-i. .' .r i .' i vrltcnr ililomla ,to a GreeK'ai", byLordByron..
Cork," said awag who ",aspresent, "bt,,Vt seems .: ,,..I, .. .,:.,d .-.,'. ". It' r, without any requisition .,, i.. I ... .. ,. When I lef thy shores, O! Naxos,
'r be a very likely way to Kill Kenny .". .r I .. ;l.', i.', .."n ;.- '.h ''. operator. There isno do F' 1..- .l ... ... Not a tear in srrow fell,
Currents (of the Ocean.-A bottle; containiiig a r. -.ii i ,..r h' Tl.'.. ... month may be made upon the original invention. I .. ...-. ". e accent,
slip ofpaper, with the following inscriptiou was (' I reurn to submito the ins- l ous tor is r ora-e Baker, of pk- -, :..,-, ,, ,,,. n,.11.
-vl'l':' ". f ; for in ino. "- county .-- ;. i, y ', *" ,,'..!:.:,, ,,-.. ,}.
latelypicked up in the river Dee, a little below r n n. fr n cowardice, _Shoc ... m And .,. .n I .' ,i., .. 1
t-o' n-,., t ,..C. ,n .np cowardiceni, h .. send .... r, in ;
the town of' '. Itl..., iy i. ".,,: 1t' n- n rn.'"c ,t '. rn ,,a.. ay until the ,-cond .. tH" New- nd, ''. .7 t. W lI thought thy shores O 1,Naixos,
Bay-1-:10cay-te ?ir.'.- u rntilothem (lei tat Nee-London, that, on 1Vitnday Ishauldnevermmrcbehold.
Bay of'Biscay-De good,sheep, Fame de Ha- '-,' rl. '. -' ,,, -,...:r eei'nty. Per- it last, a uarr ool ce, in a cld nveer lore behold. ,
Bay d Gr.ace "'"" 1826-A.lli,"imnt as'-'quarrelntook.place, ft a cellar, oe -
vre deGrace,toNew-YorkFebruary, 1826-All rit .c ..-. ,In soldier and p!da grocery,between it man by thiename of Still the blue wave danc'd around us,
,. .... 1 .' .I.. ,,. . .M idstthe sun-bet s j.ocunn snt nl ,,
,i r m5 n ," ,',- ," m I 'l' t I .' ,, ., .1, n j i !<"
hear oft Palaceof the Govt Bogota.Nov. 23,1826. ran who ws rest three dollars if' When e ad the strainwakiing
Tie.AN aI.e. .-Ii i, 'In, d has flernit .lid would' go and hmet the d-d rascal." Thfri- Of my horne and native shore,
Beggins.-Though beggars nmay be met by the tl .. .- om his cors- man closed with the proposal, followed Spencer, Then, 'twas first Lweept, 0 Naxos,
.rode in London, yet begging, by the English i... rnr 1, andknockedhim down thestreet. Aftersoe That I eer should seethee more.
laws, is am isdemeanour. The '. .;.. plan C "Cin e- i '. 4th Dec. 1826. "trggle, Sloncer succeeded in ..'.,. -. to the -,E-- ..- .- s-.s .
for keeping to the windward of the penal code, ) aI tn,-..- ra, nt o, .. otnity.. Ir h. : e-v ,.g
has been adopted by anegroat Lyme:-"Massa, on the 14th of Nov. and was received with very alterwardswent to Spencer, expressed hissorrow u LIVERPOOL MARKET.
I do not beg-I must not beg; please lend me a little enthusiasm, ,i'.... r, .i.... r. for what he had done, and by way of' ettlerm. ntm I. 1 i',r e i T '
halfpenny; when 1 comn again I will pay you, different account r. ,I-|ir, .Ih I. .. "i' p sa hi te thi rcdoiars iecniled h'n "e Forri i i, n d tr I :.lt-iron
-noodsir-i. ean" s edtdbt r.seemed -to doubt :,r.. ,n, .h... .!...., ,.th I, syts. andtoolise'.ceipt infml.fr.a 'i. ,i" this week, and the sales are more extot.sivethan
.. .Iawasin favour of:r,..,uni ""' lS,,i h, In', Speacer afterwvardsa died,d'i "o'i"'"'...., fursoammee time past, hut without producing tijme
Vei al-pnp.-A tradesman being' arrested at once violate the present constitution, But in firma antwo F orsythS wee odged i i st oven in rice le les fron -tie
in the U."' t I..J,,'! of Yorkshire, he sent for twc. ,i .i. Y .- iiat at the palace, hie await their trial. The .m .. 18thto last Ji. v. i I n i e
oflhis neighbors togivebailfor him, who,on their In n,, irn. .I I ,,, -. -col .o ,n was n ien d- er '' I .1 .-i I .. } ,1 e,n -
ru.:l ~in. ,,,' r.." ,-,rio.-..,rIrmet a M rs. Barms.,chrrevs nao friend of lice's.',. '" ,I n I i' -
arrival, were accosted by the Sheriffs officer with r- ., i -. i .i Our A quarrel ensued, severe blows were interchan .- .. ; '''s r
:.111.....i. .. ,0 Our q a e s e b s c.rere. '.nte.cha ii-'. L h t 'r
"I alm glad tosee you, gentlemen; I lhave a wri'- ,i :.ii."" i'c.' L.: i., the 21st of Nov. edand Mrs. Barns wen. of severely pounded has een h steadv domaind. for ottonto-day, btt
for each of you, and your coming; ',-Cr h. E- .nn.:~In'c l'.-C.h I,-n ...-.. pted the xtraor- Yesterday morning she died; and tho deceseed t' '-t.: in- offered fre-ly, prices wer bare-
ed me the trouble '1'; 70o u" .Jr,ri. p', -, ..., i, ,,'h, ,... I,1,: poile had invest- Spenceds widow wasoao in prdon with those l m, T l.
... in h, '. .i -, 'r,. -,r.. :,ia thm-constitu- w had compassd the death of he. husband- .... ., Ashes, are 100 bls new Montreal
Miscellaneous items fromithe late English Journals tion, he cip assume wchenover there is any thing all to meet their trias --- .. -Ci. Adv. Pots, 27s to 27s Gd ; rn ri,... damaged; 32 do
reered at this ce' ike ........ in te government. His rst act We oghlt to have mei ntioned, before now, that Peaish, at 27s 6; and .' 1ri ..11 U. S. do. at 28s.
t.. s 9 ff5.u, was to proroguie the Congress until Jan. 1831, the detachment from these Middletown Literar 500 bs. cod old 'irpcntine,atlOs; ai'd620 bls.
Pedesrini.-A match was lately run on Ep- until ich penof lie is determined te onsttu- cientifc, and Military Sminary under t new do. 2s soft t Us6-50 Car. Rice, 22a23s;
som Downs, between Wantling and Jackson, two '... :h In .....m ,'u.:1. 1h r... i-.:l .: i .... or,,,,i1 ofCaptain Partridre, was disbanded 38ids. Phil). Bark, 1 2.
celebrated runners, for two hundred sovereions. -' I' t,... :2"' d, p. 1. t t...;. ,r. .1 u.ocIL.,, on Monday week ;asincc which nluar- Atth.I e C. ''. .i ....3 ,. i...'. i .t lit-
SH heas therefore ordered the army to be reduced ly all the Studt ept ths boin' o the te doing nr, .. r i,...was itn request it
The distance was800yards, and Jackson won by to si thousandmn. Of the nav oy a fe c have departed r to idion to the price of the last mart day.
doing it in 1 minute and 50 seconds. small vessels are to be employed, tue rest are to Visits their homes. Captain P. 'hinscif rIft 1500 bales white, anmid 250 ba'es stained Sea,
,. .,... ,,, ,, ..' .. -A curiouss errorap- be sold. ort lai up. -in a-.at I,,' p'rrmc-nr e" .,h ;, ,.,, '-,i,. .. dMi ddletow E Be- slands arc declared for auction, st dc.. .
pearsin one of thepapers-in 'n,r ... .r ,.-i of '' ,l :.' .. i...,r r.l'..'.. .i Ir. Ii".1 i.. '; '..i.. ,.s i.:.- .''..I ...n :J... h i Cr Cadets paidamost Extract of a letter dated Liverpool, 27th Nov.
acoromer'sinqueston alutton, who was choked r, ., cr.rr, ,.' ,r. in the roomnof Mr. Ie- twhiAw ixneited foi ro0wto na' of Cotton.-The cotton market has been steady,
by voraciously devouring part of a goose. The venga:, who accompanies the President to Vene- bl, to publish an accoumt-which we bet expet and rather more business done than thie two last
e verdict was, died by ....which was print- The office ofcnsul-general a the United to receive.-Nibisao. Incriit i yet e weeks; the prices ar generally without altera-
verdict yeas, died by .,Staes, ad elsewhere, is to be done away vit, prinionyet. Alabamad eew haveree been rather pbe d aayissed
ed sitffcanCion. and the duties are to be performed by the Chargcs 'We have been giLd to see Mr. ,. i.. of upon the market, and a small reduction hasoc-
Literalure.-Thle Piedmontese Gazette of the d'Affaires. In fact, in carrying his plans into New-York, for the two last days, in his place inr curred in thit description. Of the sales, 200
14th ult. informs that the government of Rome execution, the expenses of the government will the House of Reoresentatives, from which he liage are for export, the remainder to the trade.
has published an edict, reduced from fourteen millions 6f dollars, has hitherto beach detained, at his lodgings in this The import still comitiines light. Sea Island, 1.
tist, nd e, r which they are now. estimated at, to three mil- city, by severe indispositionr.-ib. a 20; Stained do, 6 a ll; Upland, 6 a 74; Ala-.
tlsts, and engravers, the legal property of their lions. He has brought with him six generals, bama,6 a 7; New'-Orleans, 6, a 8-; Perunam, 1(l
own works for the term of their natural lives, and and his'intention is to change the communanders ill Amongst the persons it present at theseat of a 11; Bahias 8 a 9}.
to their heirs and successors for the space of 12 all the principal towns. Gen. Salon who took government, is Gen. Coffee, whose name is asso- ./sh'es.-Pot, U. S. first sort. 28s a 29s; Man-
years afterwards. Ca lao, is coming here as commandant and in- cited with the most daring nnd successful ex- treai,26s 6d; American. Pearl, first sort,28 a 29;
tendant. One person is to perform both duties; ploits of the western militia, in the campaigns of Montreal, do, 26s Gd a 28s.
guinea dearly earned.-The parish clerk at 'and he intends selecting military men, and those 1813-14-15, as well against the Indiuans as'in the Tobacco.-Kentucky and Georgia, leaf, 2 a'
Winkleigh, has a salary of one guinea per an- he las confidence in. defence of Louisina.-ib. 31d lb.
um for windiag0 u1 the chinrchclock d aily, aind "On the 25th of Nov. lie was to leave Bogota
m or wining up he church clock daily, and for il n,,,,-i,',, which I suppose he will reachT by Hydrophobia.-We are informed, that a vourn IvARRIEDI)
it has been calculated, that to .earn this sum; he th.. I'",l D.'. mfid from thence lie proceeds to lad ofthe name of Snivol;, died iii Antrini'town- Oin Tuesday, the 2d instant, by the very Rev.
has to travel a hundred and two miles, ascend Valencia, Calacas, and Porto Cabello,.and thence ship, in his county, on Thursday last, of this Johnm Power, Mr. James Graiu'sey, to Miss Antn
and descend 29,000 steps, and haul up 18 tons h.: '"'':.,,.. I.. We shall look for :l.,, I r:,i in most distressing disease. We understand he LIary, both of this city.
weight 3600 yards Februi, r. was bitten by a mad fbx about six months ago, At Brooklyn, iy the Rev. M'r. Masop, on Sat-
eig hr. s: p."., .ra who were opposed to him pri- and that the disease did not make its appearance urday eveninglast, Moses Yodng, to Mrs. Fannmy
Resurrection Men.-Another dis-covery of a or to his arrival, are now most clamorous in his until about 48 hours before it terminated his life. Rhodes, of Brooklyn.
trade in dead bodies has been made in Liverpool, favour. The steps taken by Bolivar, will soon --Chambe)'sburngh Repositormy.
The offenders were committed for trial, and will rate the credit of the country." ore mu th Fl Ytrd at his s Dt i .omingdele, JT*
... .. ,ore murders by the Florida Sndians.- Y'he Yestcrday, at his seat, in rj!domingdile, JE=i'i
probably be punished as the former ones were. A l.:tr.:rd-ii.-.l at Tallahasseo, (East Florida) mail carrier states that in addition to the mur- mail. D.RAKE,Esq. aged 45 years.
SThieatrics.-The Edinburgh papers say that the the allh uhl. r'cived in this city, says:-'rhe In- ders formerly noticed, five Indians in our state, Yesterday morning, iu tlie 56th year of his age,
inimitable. vocalist, Miss Stephens,is about being dians are becoming very troublesome. About and three near the Sawanie, had been killed. Mr. Jolmn hines, Esq. merchant of this city, for-
d to th altr In th burtt.. f T ten days ano, they killed'two men,.within ten Gen. Call and Colonel Gadsden, with 50 miJi- inr y of Bristol, England..
d to t altar. In te uretta o om and mr .:.'th' .l,.:,. an.r yesterday they killed six tia, had joined the United States troops at the Y.esterday morning, Georgiana, daughter of
Jerry, at Liverpool, a Mr. Bass in Tom, just as in,,...-.-, nclurlmi' ,:hhlJr.:.. The inhabitants.have Suwanee. Capt. Dade hiad taken 46 prisoners Benjamml : Racoy, agod three years.
I.: iras going to make an assault on the watch- mubt,:r,.J an.d ,aie goe- in pursuit of them-an without bloodshed, and erected a breastwork and At Springfield', Mass. on Friday, while sitting
. fell, and instead of breakin- Dogeri v express has been sent for the regular troops, and block house. Capt. D. in a letter ofthe 14th ult. in his chair, Harriron Gray Otis, Jun. Esq. of
, f, and istea oh beakng Dognerry 's the militiaare ordered out., states, that the murders were conmnmitted by a Boston.
heal, broke his own leg. i i Sttes Ar .-It ppeas fn f iial party of Mackasaklty Indians, and that Gen. Call At New-Orneans, 8th ult. Mr. David Easter-
G, -..un ngrr b sm chpp' sc, roc" n'.d... -, d cu m en ts f lo e th e W a r D ep a rtm en t, th a t th h a d b e en in p u rsu it o f ti h o m w ith o u t isu c cess. T h e b ro o k s, a g e d 3 6 a n a tiv e o f M ass. .'
Gle ang r r Army in Nov. 1826, amounted in the aggregate Indians take were all painted, an ev ed a
of thle Y. Statcsmane to 5,09,of officers arid privates hostile disposition. AMERICAN GOODS WAREHOUSE' -
*' The cemetery of P. La Chaise, for several Thi ,,illi of thr United States, in 1895, On the receipt in St. Augustine of the first in- -TESMITH, SMITH & CO. 135 Water, cor-
I-ht,', had been the -c.?ne of.horrible profina- -,n.-,,,,,i,-.,l t. .,ne milhln one hundred and three telligence respecting ties miurnders, an express ner of Pine-street, .have just receiyefl, d f
..,,. TI- c I...1..:-' v,., women, and children, -b,.. s-i,.J, ~i. hu.idred ar d seventy-eight.- was sent out to the nation and active measures consignment, direct from the manlacturors, and .
were dra-n fiom their graves, stripped of their Tur l. t.,,i' ,,d ,In-,1 of arnms were appropriate taien o y emerge; te loda ager, of'r for sale on favorable terms, for cash or city
viimding-sheotsand left naked on li,. ..,._.ir,.l.- it'h.-;.n,hha ,,i l.'':4 and 1825, under the law of and thie varous companies ol m militia, bEmn' or- accentances:- .
One of'the authors or the autthor of ThI, .ll:,' 111 Ei.r ,rin,,., mid equipping the whole body of dered to holdthemiselves inmrediness forn a. nmairch. 126 bales 27 28 29 ilnch brdvnm shai'lfing
had been discovered. He was a.-, a- .'r,. ',, ',.:. nl,,i;. m The iminediatoi causes ot these murders are 58 do 7-8 aild 4-4 do do--..
most of the initerments which took place, aid -. .. l i' -io Io t not known,butthe indians, itis said, complain of 10 do 5-4 fine do 5 tio e- 'do .. :
udged from thie appearance of -the funeral and ,- "' t i.c fmh, e non-f9l s 7- filled 4- intofthe Treaty of Camp Aoul- 94 eases 7-8 and 4-4 fine bleach'd slirtilligs
its attendants, whether .ay plunder of value i'.i 11 -mrl.n n r' eeet fe trie.-Savannah Rcimb. 110 packages blue anid fancy prits s 'i
might be expected from the corpses. m' h" '.l'- o ... s r Alexandria Phoenix Gazete, 3-h bales low pri'dd plaid, chlecks and Etrp "a
'TInheCourtof Cassation (appeals)in Pat; .1 t J ".,.,,' ",, ur.,I Candler, 1st Vice do.: Miles Saturday Evening, Jan. 6. c 4f do uilooindigo do do to dor fe
di' 'J. i. ih...',-.. .:,i n. ",,o, f- ',.- '". .- turl. "I. '...:i, d,,P"eeman Alien, Treasurer; 'Indian War.--Despatches, by express, were se10 do blue maixt adn l, asatiiets
o Neai- ti.,n fi ,o r ti- ,s,, t .r.,:.. on suspicion s i-i, O i-. r.-rI ny; Sylvanus Miller; Coun- this morning received at Washington, from the 10 do bht mixt and navy bde satgets
of preparations for the slave trade, that the law -,nllir ; Darct M. l ocDlicock, M. D.Physician. Governor of Florida, stating athaton the morning 12 do 4-v negro clothes
condemned not only the actual purchase and salc Sandm, Coemittee.-Miles R. Burke, Chair- of the 6th D)ecember, the Indians committed i 460 cases menisand wotneu'abaoos and shoes
nf ,cor', lt .ill p'm rtupniti n in m ntsri i:, man;l E. i'i "l,'i. '. i-I. Merry; 'Thio's. Atsten, .. wanton, unprovoked, and deliberate inmurder, on 21 do straw bonnets, aorted lis.atter 4w
,- ,,-' '.l ',. ..' :r,-,.. ,.-i .. .' ...I'.-,:'' Browri C li.].r.r. G.Colins. G the west aIde of the Ocdta river.. TO greaterr d lun s a bs W lls. 4w


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uard the fro ntiers. ear v ssaild by
the din nf mirlri'mni., .and the public,squares
5.- NEW-YORK: glitter with rinil iy para.i.-s. ;As we passed the
WEDNESDAY, J.A.NUAR.y 10, 1527. long i n,. ,fb.,n i.-1.: .. ir.'Ji*.i-o-iy 1.-cated in
the n,,.l-1 .:.fj -n,- pl-, i.:', n, .' jr., of re .-
[EuTQLIA CQRIEaE O.Iwe.] ery and riot burst-fromr the rooms, evincing as
LETTRS FROM EUROPE-No. XCV. little decency as discipline. The whole of the
Nice, 0th .I'arch, 1826. south ofFrance l4boursunder the curse of an-over-
We rose at day-break on the morning of the own standing army, quartered upon the peo-
17th inst. in order to examine the curiosities of pie in time of peace, consuming the fruits of their
the town of rrejus in season to pursue or jour- jo industry, corrupting thrir miners, and keeping
ney at an early.hour. Frejus may be considered their liberties in cheik.
at least semi-classical in its character. Founded An houtwas occupied in examining the town
originally bythe Phociansflotu:Marseilles, itsub- anul harbour. Tiqe latter chiefly merits notice,
sequently became like the parent state, an impor- being capacious and unique in its construction;
tant Roman colony, and gave birth, among other for it is almost entirely the work of art. On two


distinguished men, to Julius /gricola, the con-
qneror of Britain and the father-in-law of the
historian Taeitus; as also the Cornelius Gallus,
the friend of Virgil, to whom the tenth eclogue of
the poet is inscribed. Gallus himself made ver-
ses of such merit, as to entitle him to the epithet
divine," in the estimation of his great cotem-
porary. Both he and Agricola were educated in
the schools of Marseilles. "'
The only objects worthy of the traveller's at-
tention at Frejns are its antiquities; and to these
a guide conducted us, beginning with the amphi-
theatre, in form resembling that at Nismes, but
of smaller size, less perfect, and IllI respects
leisinferesting. It is built of square stones of
moderate dimensions, intermingled with tiles. Its
walls are yet tolerably enti rc,but encumbered with
weeds and rubbish. From.this desolate jile, the
scene of vanished gaieties, we walked quite
round the ancient ramparts of the city, making
a circuit of a. mile or two, which must have once
enclosed manythousands of ihhabitants, now re-
duced to a handful of villagers. Traces of the
walls areutintervals discoverable, and the mas-
sive arches of an extensive aqueduct, the uniform
appendage of a Roman town, are yet standing.
-Pursuing a narrow pathway, which leads
through cultivated fields in which fragments of
houses and temples have been disinterred, we
visited the Golden Gate, which conducted from
-the port into the town; as also the remains of


sides it is sheltered from the winds and waves by
a mole, fifteen ortwentyfect in height, and wide
' enough at top to form a fine promenade. In the
f sides of this rampart, substantially built ofstone,
are long rows of arched niches, four or five feet
in depth; and nearly on a level with the water,
a wide quay, like that of Marseilles, extends
round the basin for the convenience oflading and
nnlading ships. At the extremity of the mo!e
there is a strong fortress, which effectually com-
mands the narrow entrance of the pert. Neither
the number nor character of the vessels in the
harbour appeared to justify the expense of such a
stupendous work.
The situation of Antibes is peculiarly beauti-
ful, and the, view from the mole ono of the most
extensive and picturesque in the South of France'
.. ',,rr ,,,Il I- l.:.: r-ndl i.. i.:nt *f h ihh woods,
r, -m:r: .\ h L.,.,.il.r'c.o 1t .. ..1 .:.d w ithli
white Aili .'. i.- r.i.,. i h :- l ..i .l ..-f the
bay, across which Nice is seen at the distance of
fifteen or twenty miles; and beyond, their Maritine
Alps. lift their snowy summits to the clouds,
while theirlio!d rocky promontories are washed,
by dhe sea. Our last evening ji France, (how
unlike the inclemencies of thefirst, on the storm
beaten hills between Calais and Paris!) was mild
assummer, and led us to anticipate the delights
of that country, the confines of which were now
nigh at hand.
Early on the following morning, we restimed


the'ancient pharos and baths, in the-same quar- ourjourney, and soon found ourselves on thu
ter.' The head of Jupiter was found among the frontiers of Italy. To the traveller looking bac
reins of the latter, and now adorns an arch near fiom this point upon the extent of country thm in,
the.modern promenade. All these public works traversed since crossing the Straits of Dove
indicate wealth, taste, and splendour.' The port France appears what it is in fact, an immense esm
itself, and the estuary which connected it with the pire, boundless in territory as it is in resources
sea, are now entirely filled tp with sand, deposi- Situated in the heart of Europe; blest with
.ted by the little river Argens, which gurgles be- -,. mi .,- .1 .in... and a fertile soil; washed b
neath th! old walls. 'A pretty garden, blooming two great seas, and intersected by many nobi
with a variety, of shrubs and flowers, now occu- rivers, affording peculiar facilities for corumerce
pies thevery site of tho haven, where the Roman embracing a hundred splendid cities; enriched
mariner moored his ship. The heights on which by the works of art; cnd containing an activ
the town stands command a charming view of population of thirty or forty millions-wha
thellediterranean; 'tlie small harbour at the dis- might not such a country become with political
tance of a few.miles, whence Napolean embarked civil, and religious institutions free as our own
for Elba; the circular bay, sweeping in a bold, What might it not now have been, had the repub
graceful ciftve-to the west; and. the hills of Sht. lican counsels of such statesman as Foy and Lu
Tropez which range along the coast. F tI. itri.nin.h.. I over the lawless ambition o
I After breakfast we again-set forward towards Napoleon? or eveunif the splendid despotism o:
Nice, with a coach and five horses, which were the latter had not been crushed by the leader
chartered at a moderate price to take three of us power of a dynasty, possessing neither the talent
as far as Antibes. A strong team was required to be great nor the virtues to be good ? But not-
,in climbing the pine-clad hills of Lestreiles, withstanding these drawbacks, and often as the
which rise to the cast of Frejus and continue mind is disgusted with the evidences of a driv.
in broken ridges for many miles. Their barren, selling government, a licentious soldiery, an op-
desolate sides are uncultivated, and without i pressive priesthood, and a degraded people, nt
house or a human being to break the solitude country in the world perhaps, contains a greater
of the road,- which winds in terramees to their variety of interesting objects than France; and
summits, disclosing at intervals splendid views after a sojourn of four months, the last foot of its
of the Alpine- region .on one side, atid of. the territory was trodden not without feelings of re-
shores of tle Mediterranean on the other. At gret, high as were onranticipations of enjoyment
length descending 'ri, it',.-.- wilds through deep in that classical land, which now opened before us.
gorges, and traversing a luxuriant plain watered The transition from one kingdom to the other
i by the Luton, we reached the little sea-port of was not attended-by any of those .difficulties;ex-
Cannes, containing three orfour thousand inhabi- penses, and vexations which travellers sometimes
tants. Here Napoleon Il....1 :" hn in t-.rri fi.,irm, .. .::,.,,.:- Our passports and trunks under-
Elba int 1815, and hence r.:. r, irniumph ti. -F Win-, ,.,ait eight examination at the custom-houseS
with renovated hopes and new schemes ofambi- on each side of the line, occasioning a delay of
tion. The town consists of a crescent of white fifteen or twenty minutes. The boundary be-
uiiildl;-in. 'arndm;f,. upon the very beach, with a tween the two countries is the Var, a broad,
lov\ narr.'w b..,r.!ir uof sand between the street shoal river, or more properly the bed of a tor-
arid the li wi%.: wl-h would form but a feeble rent opening from the Alps. 'Crossing its long
barrier against the storms.and tumultuous tides low, narrow bridge; we entered the dominions of
of the Atlantic. y his Sardinian Majesty. The inhabitants upon
A high rocky promontory, crowned wit a dis- the frontiers are so assimilated in manners, cus-
mantled fortress and dih.,l.: tl. a ir, Il battery, language, that few disriminatng
shelters the port, in which some half a dozen ves- marks of distinct nations are observable. Strag-
seir were seen riding at anchor, their white flags gling guards of short, puny,- pale-faced troops,
streaming in the wind. .In the offiing, the islands in blue uniform and tight, black cloth gaiters,
of St. Marguerite and St. Iponcrat lift their a :.,.,i ,, '.:nr m,-h .-,J. were the most striking
brown ledges above thbe sea. The former is peculiarities whiich arrested our attention. They
Etrongly f:. ir.tid, coristitutiigan artificial aswell look like a feeble and inefficient race, fit only for
as natural defence to the harbour. On.this bar. the inglorious service in which they are at pre-
re-n me'k, t hrm ei.. the iron mask was confined for sent employed
many years. The large and commodious hotelat Our entrance into Italy afforded us a favour-
Cannes, stands upon the. extreme point of land able specimen of its far-famed climate and splen,
ifeair the port. Its situation is delightful. The d s t
t, ,,.did scenery. A pure blue sky deepened the
green but gentle swells of tihe Mediterranean, dazre of.a bouness epanep of aters, spread-
.,.. ; '. . azure of a boundless expanse of waters, spreado-
.break. u.n tile crg. mgnder theirvery windows, ing towards the south; and the snowy tcps ef
and fill the alpirm .,ts v l. h.. Ili.: .:;, in.r mur- .
m T o .d ero- the mountains, glittering in a bright morning
mturs.. To such music we dined upon the pro- .. .. .
dus of _ch r.ctn.iceine m..u a-n after re- sun, presented a striking contrast with their
dueL ot t1e r.(. tlrr r -- ,..1,'n, and afterrest- 1
n .a hu o h a p green declivities and with the luxuriant plain
ming an'hour or two, left with regret a place pos- .
seeing so many natural attractions. which skirts their bases. If Gahignani's :,,; ,i-
S. igales'did not warble fromfi tthe rocks, a concert
between Cannes and Autibes, the road runs of less poetical birds enlivened the gardens and.
through a rich and beautiful country, at the base groves of oranges, which are every where seen
of oliee-.-.romacd hill. a rd -o close to the mar- blooming in the environs of Nice.
gmr of thie .-a, .as re.i I.:n,'-y .:. require terraces The town in 'ihi.' ,.nc.h-- f er,..' t 'in
hanging upon tI,. r.:-k.t. Thesamebrilliant phe-
nomenon was here observed, as in the complex- alongand handsome faubourg, denominated La
inmaf-the-Sorgiaat Vatieluse. To the distance Croix de Marbre, from the circumstance of'a
of half a mile from. the shore, the water is of marble cross having been there b reacted, to rom-
such moderate depth, and so perfectly pellucid, memorate an interview between Charles V,.
as to refltectthe parti-coloured hues of the bot- rancis I, and P..i-,e Paul III, assembled to dis-
tom, composed of porpiyry and lime stone, and cuss the affairs of church and state in the 16th
presenting at the surface a splendid sheet of mo- century. Long ranges of net white houses,
e, in E which purple, green, azure, and other co- with Venetian blinds and uniformly surrounded
l a l e Nothig c by gardens, line the sides of-the street. Here is
,d th diy and s te Nits t tins ei the principal residence of the swarms of English,
.cee the delicay and softness of its tintsfading sometimes amonmitir to several thousands, w'o
gradually into shades which surpass the mimic sometms amonn to several thousands wo
touches of the pencil. resort to Nice during the winter, for the sake of
A.- ooc te afternoon t ..to-vrs of the climate and the cheapness of living. r
t. .-O clk in tiu afternoon ,C lie towers of .
Autibesacoie in sight, and -passing through the Crossing the bridge of the Paillon, which is
portals of its'high substantial walls, we took little more than an apology for a river, and pass-
od1dg.in,- for the ni;'iih, am an ..:.l,nt bhotelinthe ing through several of the principalstreets, which
centre .fl thime in,. ,'.aods.- i d ,-,,u ,s.:.:t : -. are well built and exhibit an air of magnificence,
lufatic.ri wa.: r..c,,.l a1t it, tir.h'..h.d. TJ" I m..t.- we arrived at.the Hotel do Yorck, a stately build-
inmfrontin oneofthepublic squares, andafford-'
' alters in. the French uniform, came up and ad- ntig one of the pu
dressed, us in English, making some common- ing excellent accommodations. Theapartments
place inquiries, and appearing anxious to enter are furnished in the English style. Handsome
intoConverstion. Curiosity prompted us to ask carpets cover the floors, and the wares of Bir-
into corrt ersntion. Curiosity prompted us to ask
their ikrmea. One of them was an TEnglislman,. rh mmi l i t
and the other an American adventurer from Bal- those .:t,..'., ,i....l .:,i 1r. r,_,,hi, .i i :,,al, w -
timore, who had-enlisted into' tIe, Swiss corps, come by contrast with the cheerless brick and
and ow held the rank of corporal in the French stone floors of the French hotels, were added the
snrdicB. -hle .v a n oif-i;.c.rpi,. ,,!,r .1i n hel-man, lunuries of good tea, a boof steal, and a knuift
m rvice. 'H e v' 1 .;illi ,,il- -.h/.. man, ,
and i-m'-mr-d ni.-. e .a see acirle of iis country- with which it ,'1 l, be oatens without endaniger-
m en in a land of strangers. in ngth.. i ..,i -- l.l .e-. l,.. .',i.. ..
inr the British Chanlnel.
The streets of Autibes like tiose of Toulon are --
Swith tr Thei a strong prison t i whole of this day was ;,.i occupied in
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cause such an impediment to the necessary speed *Messrs. Editors--The young American printer
of a conveyance, which is for a considerable part who takes his benefit to-night at the Bowery
of the way on mules, that the superintendantre- theatre, has exhibited unquestionable talents, in-
fused us seats after our passage I, l 1i ..'.i, ,-,.. dustry, and improvement, and stands fair and uin-
ged. Having made other arrangements, ,le shall questionable in private life. His bill of enter-
to-morrow morning commence d iM.... M,, Ma- tainment for the evening is rich. lie ought to
ritime Alps, which, like the walls of ivilton's be encouraged, if we would patIronize dramatic
* Eden, interpose their icy ramparts between our scions of native growth, The stock is good, and
hopes ard the promised paradisebeyond. if-it be worth (,,ih li;, .. those who enjoy the

The Gees.-The Committee i. .pleasure of their exertions should show their libe-
S .. reality on thnisoccasion. MARYLAND.
meeting of citizens on Saturday cim. ra., i,1 ,
assembled on Monday evening, at the City''Hall At Burlington, Vermont, last week, the snow
Aferrganizig tie business, n executive es about 30 inches deep.
After rga. m zng ie business, anexecutivecom- The Rochester paper of Thursday says-Such
iitlr.:U of nine was appointed, who submit to, a storm as has been experienced here within the
their fellow-citizens the following address :2 -' I 1, lays has scarcely a parallel in the mem-
To the Citizens of New-e York. .,, '., ,' m. one. Snow Juas fallen constaintty since
We are deputed, felloew-citize .' '" i.. Sunday morning but"owing to the drift, it would
your recollection the motives, t.h,: t.:[,,i,l' .,, be difficult to say to whatdepth.
d les, unifich .have 1c JBueos i-tyres atd iBrizil.-A correspondent,
ict1.d your mnificent beefa i-'c. .. under date of Buenos Ayres, Sept. 26, writes that
ing, enslaved, but glorious nation. ti .:m Ih ... Admiral Brown had crossed the country to Cori-
of t r great ss aed of theirzi .Pn,- i'" o entes, aud embarked on board of the frigate
known toyou. Ages of seMd'vite have uotb. sb- IBuenos Ayres,' one of the squadron purchased of
dued their inbornspirit of freedom. It swells in the Chilian government, and was daily expected
their bosoms, as it did in the hearts of your an- on the Braihian cohst, While tlie Emperor of
,-,l.,r., I sustained by cosnfil.i-:. il ,,,,," JBrazil is maintaining his force in the river La
ho ,- al.i-:. your father in t1, t.,i,r,.:L1 1,,- Plata, for the purpose of affecting a blockade of
Greeks may yet achieve for themselves,'what "all the Argentine ports," Admiral Brown may
your fathers accomplished for you. Their ili- in turn blockade the capital of Brazil.
cestors gavp to yours the models of free govern- General Alvear has taken command of the ar-
ment, and yours in return gave to th. ,, ,. ,.t my in the Banda Oriental, and was making active
Greece a ever ondug example of i. preparations for a sudden invasion oftho Brazili-
firnnsiis in the cause of civil and religious liberty, an territory.
That oppressed and persecuted race have caught m At the time of General Alvear's arrival at
thie spirit which terminated your I-... r. .n ha .. H-I. F d Quarters, considerable discord existed in
pinpess unequalled. They have ,.. .i,,.d i it, camp, which soon broke out into open,. 1.. i
Ch ristendom 'I I n i li- ,,. The insurgents, 700 in number, Ori .l Ii.-
ings. hey have resolved to be ,...', i L, stand headed by Bornabe Rivera, (brother to
from the face of the earth : and they have to the celebrated Frutos Rivera, who passed over
other alternative 1 from the Brazilians, at tihe coinmencmeunt of the
It is in such a cause the people of Greece, are war. with 600 men, and who prior to that had de-
impoverished. Their wives and .:r ,, :.i,, r.-. .-.ri, d the Patriot Standard,) withdrew from theo
others A"''r d .i i..famin. P ** .-n ri 'n .i. bo dy -and encamped about nine niles dis-
.side ii....1lt i. -' :...., doomed r.. l i t..c, r mu ~,. A detachment marched against them.-
to tortures, and outrages more ...I.- i ,.i ,ot Immediately t ie seditious troops forsaking their
terrific, than death i any shape, unless your bem leader, re-united themselves with the army, and
nevolence relieve. then ,the)y lift their supphea- Bernabe Riveri was taken prisoner. It was at
ting hands t .., ... :. ...s -- .:-..: this rsoimnent that a correspondence was inter-
mel, of v6u ", i i. ,i i .l... i.'ii.n, i-.:,,h Is, cepted by General Alvear, which went to expose,
...i..l i ;.., t -" your "a ur si .i .'. .. '".' ..".' i the sametimie, the low,intri-uoesofthi Brazil-
n' '. .. '1onor. You have ; .' II... : i mu Emperor and his satellites, and meditated
before;,c d now Preoviden.ce has enabled you to treason (for the third time) on the part of Frutos
gT i abe' o i. "- .. : .1 and. Bernabo Rivera, to the former ofwhon GeC-
: i. bea. of o '''L. -m .. ,,, I L.-.:.or was ordered by his Imperial Majesty
your charity. i I!,. iN,' h'tunnuity we. to'pay 925;000, and a proportionate sunm to each
would imnploreyour aid. In the cause ofreligion officer lhat should a.icompany him. This cor-
we aptealtoyour obagationtoifgratitude to He- respondence was immediately transmitted by
ven, foralltheciforfsyoucallyourown. You Alvear to the Government."
i b solicited to imbe fo te reif of tns Frutos Rivera was at Buenos Ayros when those
suflbringpeople. Yosidonatiotns-all,.fthuM-n- i :'. -- eve received, but escaped a close
$shall be applied religiously to the object tor Wincl pursuit of the government officers.


and contains but few works of at that. can inte-
rest the traveller. Nature, however, has been
lavish of her bounties. in contrihutingto its em-
bellishment. It is deliLghtfiilly situated at the
outlet of 'i :ecp, verdant, and inmantic valley,
opening from the ;aritime Alps to the Mediter-.
ranean. On the north arid. est it :s r,:.i.~ d
by ranges of mountains, rising to the height of
two or three thousand :I- i, t-i. idl..ir" ltai, in
the bold promontory of t..:.1.1 iar,:., ,-*,up, d
of ledges of brown'rock and formairgon* of the
boundaries of the bay, which spreads between.
Nice and Autibes. From the south, the sea rolls
in its waves upon the shord, bathing the very
fobundatioris of the town. The sides of he neigh-
bouring hills are cultivated half war to their
summits, where white country seats and farm
houses are seen peeping from pla4ations of
olives.
But the most striking and picturesque object is
an insulated, precipitous rock, rearingits barren
crags several hundred feet above the tips of the
houses, by which it is encircled on allsides, ex-
cept towards the sea, where a terrace r'.uJ li:r
been extended round its base, to connect I .: i..
sections of the town. This curious r ouci ..... .
ers.several acres, sloping towards the north, and
terminating"to the south iin ipending'liffs. Iti.
!op is.naked, and forms a national observatory,
whence the eye takes in a wide, horizon. It is
too elevated for purposes of defentj, and its
parched surface too arid far r, .,. ini. -
On the eastern sine of this rock,- atid between
its base and Montalbano, is the harbour of'Nice,
which like that of Autibes appears to be in a
,'rcat measure artificial. It is so completely out
of sight, that we looked sometime Ifeforc it was
discovered. A substantial mole defends it from
the violence of the waves, leaving but narrow
entrance. 't behasin, ii.u. 1.i I,,' 1' capacious,
is of sufficient depth -..i .. t h ti *' any bur-
then. It is surrounded by handsome 9uays, bor-
dered by blocks of stores. There weib between
one and two hundred vessels in pot, most of
them small. An American deck wadlooked for
in vain among the number, and from all I could
learn, our trade with the place is very limited,
though the United States have here atConsul.
The handsomest part of Nice is perhaps the
stately range of buildings, with arcades in their
basements, encircling the spacious open area, de-
nominated the Piaxza Vittorio from VICTOR A-
lnADEUS111 ; to whom it owes i'. .1 rb.. l;I h,-i,,,-.
and in hoionur of whom a triumphal arch has
been erected at its entrance, near the eastern bar-
rierof the town. From this square on which
the H otoldc Ville,C .. :i., I-! ..u, :, .;.; il.-r.t ,1..
lie edifices are situated, a terraced-roiruletmnuds,
on the north o -. :ri *,i.Lii, b i.''' bve descri-
bed, and along the bank of the Paillon, to the
southern division of the town. The river itself,
so called by courtesy, is at this season a mere
thread of water, not half sufficient to eoverthe
broad stony channel -"7-r which it frilckes, and
scarcely enough t, i'.l,f ." I''r.. of wash-
womon, who line i: .lh...i. T. :. 1-.ng, lofty,
and substantial bridges thrown across its bed in-
dicate what is the fact,',that at times teiem'midous
torrents, fed by heavy rains and the snobrs of the
Alps, sweep down this opening from ihe moun-
tains to the sea. i
A visit to the Governor's house and t;.the pub-
ic 1'rom enade in it ,di .-.,, '' ,. .r .-.,,. ,, .',-
es over Nice. T!.,? tr'i::., is aim .. 'Il..'] ,r
building, remarkable only for the pr._ i1..... :.. .
lumi's, which adorn its stair-way. Tho latter is
lie place of rendezvous for all the fashionables
n town. It consists of a long terrace, of the
'idth of an ordinary street, guarded by i,, ..
nd erected along the roofs of i rin.e "of build-
ings fifteen or twenty feet :' t.-r i,,: ground.
handsomee flights of white marble steps lead to
he walk. One side of it below is bordered by t
be Place Royale, planted yvithlong vistas of trees, t
nd on the other, the waves come .i and break
upon the beach in increasing murmurs. At the
ashionable season it is thronged with :.t .....:
entlemen fiom all countries, who resort hither 1,
o enjoy a pure m. ] -.m l .piri.l p- .-. ..- i .,.. s
ag in elear wea:I..r '-:. -I.- ni,:.U n-in .'i'' :..[ ,,. sd
Findingfewv n.t1, '..-..,, In .. r.:i-.,., i ,-,.'i s,
ice, and many to urge us ::. .,.,1 .:... IT', 4the
southern limits of our tour, we concluded to take Y
ur departure this evening for Genoa in the Cou- 0
er,which carries tihe mail, and .,. ii:. .it ,, r
lay. But the weight of our baggage would f


you give them-to feed-the hungry and clothe Ceniral .'in~rica.-Mr. Moreno, minister froAii
the naked, and cheer the wretched, desolate de- Colombia to France and the Netherlands, lias ar-
seendanis of the men, whose storied heroism in- rived in this cidy by way of Boston. He left
spired your lathers in their long and arduous con- Guatemala al. i.t tVwo mouths since, and sub-
test for you and yours. staiitially confirnls the accounts received through
Your names will go with your benefacetions to ilexico, of the political situation of Central
Greece.. Parents and children'wili raise their America; but states that the executive power of
ci t..-I, avehl, and with tearsof joy, and with the country, is aniply quahied to suppress the
p-;' r mud thanksgiving, bless their God, that disturbances, and preservepeace and order. The
thousands in this remote city, have hearts to feel divisions tiat existed originr:ted froin local causes,
for their sorrows, and benevolence, and generosi- and were not at all instigated by Spanish or any
ty, and piety to relieve them. other roign influence, which is wholly extinct il
S: STEPHEN ALLEN, the R.viubWic.- cr. ."'Mdv. .
Chairman of the Committee for
toe relief the Greeks. L,,Gi.SL.ITURE OL F ANE l -YORK.
Jflgiran's case.-A letter to the. editors, from N SENATE827
-an obliging friend at Geneva, dated Jan. 5th, Petition referred:-- ..' ., 1,. .11i.:,that the
faruishes the following information respecting fire arms due this state from the U. S. be received
the trials at Canandaigua: in arnis constructed upon the principles of his in-
The trial of the masons for the abduction of: vct ion.,i o, o i, t o
.' "M,. VW rit gave notice of his intention to
Morgan is progressing. Three have pleaded as leave to introduce a bill to aimend the seve-
guilty, one has been tried and found guilty, and ral acls'relating tolotteries and the sale of foreign
several are yet to be tried. This is a very seri- intterv ti-kels.
Air. Oliver gave notice of his intention to in-
ous business, and the almost unparalleled excite- troduce a bill to amend the act for the relief of
ment throughout the country, is not only per- persons applying for the benefit of the several in-
fectly rational, but speaks a very healthy state of solvent laws of this state.
.pr..;.. l-.-:i,._,. The fate of Morgan is yet a mat- On motion' oI e h.. rdseye,
mi ated m r _Resolved, That tile clerk of thi senate procure
e o:. pro.:...,id and deeply interesting mystery, for each member and oTicer of this house, a copy
':,, L.... i.: r .--inion is, that he was delivered into of the book ordered to be procured for the use of
the hands of a party of traders, near Niagara; in the members of the assembly, containing the
Canada, nd by themin carried to the North-west; coensitution, d t ules oif tie two houses, &cr.
The senate in committee of the whole, Mr.
yet.serious fears are entertained that he has been Haight in the chair, took upf the bill for the safety
murdered." of passengers in steamboats and of travellers by
A letter from one of the editors of tho Rcchesl- land and water, passed the same, and rose and
reported.
t i\.J,,. .r, dated Cania daigua Jan. 2d, be- po the question of agreeing with the report
I'. : 11 i. i, .1 ,.oummenced, says : of the corinuttee, some discussion arose between
The taverns are crowded to excess, with connt- Messrs. Wrigltt, Jordan and Goldun, and on mo-
sel, witnesses, and those whom curiosity his tion of ir. Wilkasoin, ti e connittee were dis-
dragged hither. A number of persons, whose -1 f'oi'n the further consideration of the
presence is necessary to the despatch of business, ,'I:, 'i'J it was referred to a select committee,
havoyet to arrive; bbut, unless they obtain ac- consisting of Messrs. Jordan, Wright and Colden.
commodation in private families, they are not After thle consideration of executive business,
likely to be very pleasantly situated. From the senate adjourned until Monday morning, 11
ftli hnfst wherm this was written. (tRosoin's.' o'clock.


;,,iI ,,, i- i' .. 1 t-urned away since
Sunday-the house being' crowded to overflow-
ing. Hence you miny guess what a. host of so-
journers the business of the court has attracted.
Yo nmay think the account exaggerated, but I
have the authority of the county clerk for stating
t l' l i ,, X,,. ., .- '.. .,r, n i..,. ,,,.1 attend as
. ... ,- .: '.. is proba-
b ri i. ..' i 'hecoun-
selfor the People in that case are--Bowen Whi-
. .: .... i -, J. Wilson, W. H. Adams,
ii '. i'., Dickson, and Mr. Talbot:
for P. 7-' ~ --T..i. C Spen'.,. ., i. .i ",.
ley, I'i. i... m i, I i.. I F.Fcnfie i. !
Judge Troump (and not.iudge W.,! ..' '
expected) presides, assisted by Jud',u AL,.!L.-
anmd Howell.
Thei Canal Commissioners have made a report
to their I i..,.. of Ohio, which occupies 36i
manuscript pages. The commissioners antici-
I .n..: that upwards of 100 miles on the Ohio and
Miami canals will be navigable jn the month of
July next, when the state will beg-in to derive re-
venue therefrom.
The Mobile Register states that a duel took
place on the 4th ult. on the Alabama line, pear
the river Perdida, between Captain Ramage of
the Navy, and )r. Macomb of the Army, in
which the former was wounded but not severely.
We learn from the Mobile Register of the 12th
ult. thatthe late rains lid swollen the Tombec-
bee about five feet. The rise in the Black War-
rior was much loss. The rise in the Alahama
wias partial, at Cahawba 23 inches, and at Sel-
nia less.,
Very .. -, -We learn, says the Mer-
'"ntile A ... .r. .. that .' E. Burrows, Esq.,
.4 Stohington, has formally tendered to tho
Greek Committee in this city, the free use of an
elegant brig which hlie has just built, to transport
s'ch provisions, &c. as may be collected for the
Greeks, and also to accompany the vessel and
.ake charge of the donations without any charge
or expenses.
Thile President and Directors of the Bank of
lie State of Tennessee, deny tihe late rumor that
hey had suspended specie payments.
Firewood.-This important article of domestic
consumption is at present at an extravagant price.
)ak is $3, and hickory from 3 75 to $4 the loadz
Farmers, where it is practicable, would do well to
end a few cargoes, as they would meet with rea-
dy sale.
Passages.-The Florida, Tinkham, fromn New-
oirk to Liverpool, made land, on the Irish coast,
n the fourteenth day. Yesterday we had an ar-
ival from New-Orleans in forty days, and one
erom Boston in seventeen.!


comibs, we are unconscious of furnishing the
same complaint to-our yet more simple neigh-
hours'. Yet a few years, and we shall no doubt
find the country gentlemen of the head waters of
Mississippi, perhaps of the remoter Missouri,com-
plaming of the fashionable vices of that over-
grown and luxurious metropolis, Cincinnati.
Interesting to Dyers and Woend Growers.-A
new method Ibr preparing wcoad, for dyeing in
blue, has been read by Messrs. Robiquet and
Colin, before the Royal Academy of Sciences at
Paris, the title of which is, '" Researches on the
Colouring Principle in Woad." By means of a
new process, those chemists have succeeded in
obtainhig very expeditiously and economically
that precious article, which now sells from four-
teeoon to fifteen francs ani ounce for the purest
cakes, which"will very likely soon be obtained by
the pound for the present price now paid for an
ounce. They designate under the nL.,. :."a* j
marine the tinctorial matter in woad, '..:Iit th-
believe to have obtained in its greatest purity by
the following process. Their researches had in-
duced tlihem to propose the alcbolick fermenta-
tion, which disengages all hiretrogenious sub-
stances, which might impair its beauty, at the
samrnotiuei that it does no injury to itsfine colour-
ing substance. But they now propose the fol-
lowing method, as being much more expeditious.
Grind well the woad and add two or three parts
of clear water,subject the whole to avery strong
pressure, repeat the same operation three succes-
sive times,,bruise well the residue and suff'erit to
be thus exposed tloa liquid bath with five or six
parts of water added to it, in which a sufficient
quantity of alum has been previously dissolved;
afterward strain well that liquid and'precipitate
it by an addition of subcarbonate of soda. The
precipitate thus produced must be very carefully
washed in clear water. The minacerationin alumnt
water is then continued till it become of a pro-
perly thick consistence. By the above process
you obtain in three hours a result which by the
old method required as many months.
FoREIG, I'riiMS.
Cechrane.-There has appeared, in Brussels, a
caricature on the failure of theenterprise of Lord
Cochrane; hJ)e is represented seated, quite at his
case,in an arin-chliir, with a bowlof punch be-
fore himt, of which he takes liberally. A chainm-
bermaid holds his hat and a brae-;of pistols, in
the same attitude as one of the Graces in the
celebrated picture of David--Mars dlesarmie-
holds the helmet and sword of that God. His
lordship has given up his sword to his-servant, .
Patrick, who asks him how many Turks he has
killed with it,/or blown up ? Lord Cochrane an-
swers, that being a .:-, ....- ... ,,.,- lie has con-
tented himself with I:-..I ,,_ Ii..,I .,zr contumace.
The celebrated Russian General, Count Ben-
ningsen, so distinguishedas a commander in the
Russian wars witlthe French, &c. died lately,
in the'82d year of his age..
It is remarked in a letter from Frankfort'of the
7th, that Baron Rothschild has been urgently
requested to hasten his return.to Vienna, to be
present at a meeting of bankers and principal
stockholders of the National Bank, th. :..,:.t.:.,
which ip to deliberate upon certain propositions
made to them by the government relative to a
grand financial operation for the total extinction
of paper currency, contemplated for several
years, and whiclhit is wished to accomplish with
as little delay as possible.
LuONDON, Nov. 23.-A Bombay paper of the
24th of Jule, mentions a report of the death of
n, ."i.'. Singh, the mostimportant, on account
'. ii. ils force and his position, of the Nativa
Princes with whom we are in contact in India.
It was added that a civil war had commenced
between two of his sons for the Musnud ; the
third, from incapacity, remaniing neuter.
It is proposed to erect a mausoleum to the-
niemoiry of Shakspeare, at Stratford on Avon,
to which Lis m.ijesty subscribed 100. .
Signior Olmeda, the Peruvian Deputy, left
London on the 23d for Paris, to conclude the ar-
rangementstfor aloan for his government. The
Public Ledger of the 24th,says that the following
may be relied on as a part of the .contract:
T I.. r i,, ,-,-, ,..J. ,' J., -i'J ..J [ 't i,0 1.,.- .
raised in England, and to the-payment of a bill of
200,000, drawn by the government at Lima in
favour of Mr. Hurtado, for account of the debt
due,by Peru to Colombia, anid remitted by the go-
verriment at Bogota to England, to be'applied,
there to the interest of the public debt of that
republic. The agency in London isto be placed
in the hands of a celebrated capitalist, in whom
the monied interest reposes unlimited confidence.
Portugal.-We have the debates in the Cham-
ber ofth,, r.:., .'. .a Li-i..,, ti)the 9th. The an-
swer to ui... R.1, il S.-m-.. w.. discussed with clo-
sed doors, for a curious reason-"If the doors
were open," says the Minister, "the slrort-hand
writers would publish the whole of it before it was
presented to the Regent; who might in that case
say, why present this address to me, I know it al-
ready ?" The Peers have shown considerable
opposition to the provisional regulation for their
proceedings proposed by the ministry ; contend-
ing, that all such regulations ought to. proceed
from themselves. The 11th was appointed for
the proclamation of Don Pedro IV. as King of
Portugal and the Algarves. In the chamber of
Deputies, the provisional regulations encountered
equal opposition. The question, that it berecei-
ved without modification, was negatived unani-
mously, and a committee of five appointed to sug-
gest tlie necessary alterations. -
: BRUSSeLS, Nov. 18.- Welearn by the accounts
from Batavia, that on the 9th July a fire broke
out in that city, which consumed 180. houses, and
itis feared that two children, who could not be
found, had perished in the flames.
A letter from Groningen, of the 11th, statess
that the malady prevalent in that place is still
unabated.
A very serious disturbance commenced at Con-
stautinople on the 23d October. The Grand Seig-
nor either had fancied that thepopulation was too -
numerous in his empire, or had received some in-
formation of plots inimical to his own person, for
lie begun on the 22d, and up to the 26th, he had
put to death, or rather legitimately executed, up- -
wards of 5000 of his subject. The shops of the
Turks were generaily'cosed, and the most gloomy
forebodingsenterta'n!d by all wh either actually
then were, or hereafter might, be considered hos-
tile to his Sublime HIigihnmess.
IBUCHAREST, October 39.--A report has been
spread here, that our Hospodar, who according
lu time existing treaties, has still four years to go-
vern, has been deposed by the Sultan. However
little credit this report deserves, it yet gives some
uneasiness to those who are connected with the
Hospodar.
MARRIED,
On Saturday last, by the Rev. Mr. Harrison,
Mr. Myer B. Myers, to Miss Belinda Shirlock, "
both of this city.
On Sunday e ening, by the Rev. Dr. Mitchel,
Mr. Daniel Snedecor, to Mrs Olivia 'lanchard,
bothi of this city.

DIED, \
Yestclday morning, Mrs. Magdalen Richards,
widow ofthe late Smith Richards, aged 54years.
Suddenly, on the 8th inst. Mr. Frederick Gi-
'aud, Sen. aged 74 years.
Last evening, Mrs. Ann Duffy, wife of Philip
Diuffy, aged 55 years.
On the 9th inst. in the 29th year of his age,
Mr. James Osborne, stone cutter, a native of Ire-
aid.
In Phelps, N. Y. on Friday e "" in. last, Mr.
Leman Hotchlikiss, aged about .'. ,.. .
At New-Brunswick, N. J. 2d iust. Mrs. Amo.
Stevenson, after nine days illness of the pleurisy.
She sustained through life the character .of a sin-
core christian, both in word and deed-and in her
ast moments, felt that peace of mind which the
world can neither give nor take away, but is the
result of a well-spent life and a conscience void
of offence.


iIOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
SAiuramy, January 6.
Mr: Bucklin, from the committee on courts of
justice, reported a bill to empower the executors
of Peter Schemorhomni, deea'ed, to-btcome the
pu:zhasers of his real estate.
On motion of Gen. MeClure, Resolved, that
the clerk of this House procure from the secoe-
tary of state, all maps, surveys and documents iun
his olfice relating to the state road, and deliver
the same to the chairman of the committee of this
house on that subject.
', f' "- ftenuded introductionn of bills:-
,l .. i .. .'1' act to prevent : .,.... i', ._ ,
.,.'. J:".r- ,. .. .ho Circuit Judge '.: .
'. '.. .., ...iQ their respective districts, ex-
cept in cases of sickness; By Mr.Beinsett, an act
'to amend the act for the recovery of' debts to the
amount of 4,50 so ais to abolish appi .1 T ,
T. It. Smith, an act to amend the .' r..., ..
the Ahns-house and Bridewell and City Prison,
so as to give to tyie commissioners thereof the
game- authority as is granted to the inspectors
of the State Prison in New-York, in relation to
felons dying in the Penitentiary.
On motion of Mr. Hay, it was resolved that
the committee on courts of justice be instructed
to inquire into thie expediency of assimnilatin-
the form's of proceedings in the action of eject-
mnent, to the proceedings in personal actions, so
that thle friction of the action of Jeectment may
be done iaway.
On motion of Mr. Barstow, Resolved, that
the committee of ways and means be directed to
inquire into the expediency of .i. .'; ,.. the
Board of Canal Commissioners, and substitutino-
ii ;bl,-r !t ai. ptri p. ,,-:,- .- r or superinten-
cl: r ..ti .:i ., I. i l-. 1 ,, .: ti. shall deem it
i,..i ... ., b.:. Iabole i.. said hoard, that they be
dir........i ... i p ir.: ,i r.:. the propriety of reducing
the numnbor or salaries of the said canal commis-
sioners.
.i On motion ofMr. Hamilton, Resolved, i0. a
coinmittoe- be -tptpoindte*d ,toC inq-,o i in ,t"' .-: -
sures, it any, ouglit to be adopted by this legisla-
ture to facilitate thie navis-ation of the Hudson
river. Messrs. Hamilton, bauchy, Emighi, Hay,
and M'Donald, were appointed the said com-
mittee.
Bills read a third time and passed :-An act
concerning the proof and acknowlcdo'ment of
deeds for lands purchased of the agency of the
Pulteney estate; an act concerning the June
term of the Jefferson county, courts; and an act
for the relief of the commissioners of hightlways
in the town of Schoharie. '
On'motion of Mr. Wardwell, the house then re-,
solved itself into a committee of the whole on
the bill for the relief of Wyley Nichols, Mr. Doty
it the chair.
Gen. M'Clure, Mr. Parke, and Mr. S. P :
expressed themselves friendly to the.bill c ,i.:
ground that the injury sustained by the sufferer
wasin the discharge of his duty as aanilitiaman,
when ordered out tor milItary improvement and
discipline.
The bill passed in committee of the whole, af-
ter filling up the blank with the stun of' '250.
The house then resolved itself into a commit-
tee of thie whole on the bill to empower the ex-
ecutors of Peter Schermcrhorn, deceased, to be-
come the purchasers of the real estate of the tes-
tator, Mr. Wardwell in the chair.
Mr. Grainger said lie he was opposed to mak-
ing wills for dead men. The laws on the sub-
ject of the management of the estates of de-
ceased persons, had intrusted a wide discretion in
the Chancellor, anmd if his powers were not com-
mensurate with the objects of the petitioners hlie
wasnot disposed to legislate on the subject until
lhe better understood the nature of thie applica-
tion than hlie now did ; for which reasons he
should move that the committee rise and report.
The motion prevailed.
The house adjourned until Monday morning
at 11 o'clock.
[From the Albany Argus.]
.Report of the Senators from the First District,
it the reneti'al of Bank Charters, &c.-This report,
drawn up by Mr. Colden, and submitted to the
Senate on Saturday, contains several important
,,'.. .i-. It states, on the authority of the
..i. : I '.- the Lone Isiand Canal Company,
h.i, i.!,,, ofNcw-Yorkl'and tie Phmunixbamnk
are willing to subscribe, in consideration of the
renewal of tihe charters of those institutions, for
certain portions of the stock of that canal, and
to loan thie whole of the necessary capital for a
long time, at an interest of three per cent. Itex- I
presses an opinion decidedly fivourable to this
proposition,iand favourable also to the renewal of
ill such charters of banks as are worthy of being
continued. It includes also objections to the niul-
tiplicatibn in the state of the branches of tlihe bank I
6f the United States; and adds the declaration,
hat if the local- charters shall be suffered to ex-
piro, they will be every where supplied by branches i
of the national institution.
Without reference to the objections this ad van-
eed, it will be conceded, we believe, that a renewal
of'the old charters ought not to be denied. The
act of the application for the extension of the
1 ', i. .'', iek that has been in existence for 20 r
., o, '.. ,, ",.i is now solvent and in good credit,
s priinfic'ise evidence that it ought to be extend- I
ed-and that without any compulsory bonus. In
the present case, the proffered aid to the Long
Island Canal seems to be vohlutary.
Governor Tri'..'" .. .. 7 driss was de- I
liv red to the I...-i ,:1.- I ..- i ii,.,. on Tuesday,
19th December. I I.. i..... -. ..t' his predeces-
sor having communnicated all the requisite infor-
nation in regard to the concerns of the state, and c
the measures proper to be adopted, the present 1
communication is confined to general topics. It
appears from both papers, that sorue effeptual or- i
organization of common schools, and the endow- i
nent of colleges and universities for the higher
branches of leeaining, begin to engage the public I
ttIention in that state. The good people of Ohio I
are scrupulous, it seems, of exposing their youth 1
to the "fascinating allurements" of the "eastern
cities," a'.in do not think that the profligacy ac- 1
quired here, is compensated by our '* eastern
polish." This would amnuse a European; and
thus, while we complain that Europcan, travel
is ap't o tru.nsfiormim r im litath',. youth into cox-


At Richmond, Va. 3d inst. Mr. Elijah Dwight
Strong, aged 19 years, son of H. W. Strong,
Esq. of Amherst, Mass. and graduate of Am-
herst College.
At Carthascena, Nov. 5, Mr. John S. Fowle,
nte of the frigate La Plata, and last of the
Colombian Navy. .
At Cheltenham, Eng. Nov. 18, (where hoe hal
gone for the r-ostablishinrnn If i1 li e:ill h,) Sir
-tn,' 3 '!i. ..X '. c t chief j-'u. ".- I': .. ,*'ut C'anadi.








-'------- As to Sir Walter Scott,,,,: i. I,,-T,.h. it.-been "e. ldays,.but. the water thatflows ~om. n. ountas--whih rettraIblhnchs7dothatew ytbyti o qu ofhiatilsCo
11 I v ... .f theaeart. .,- due regard to economy be r~edLuLed to two hun-
tflE*-YORK : in search offacts to put into his life of Napoleon,:'could not get into port. f, ,- I "of ; th e -earth dried and fifty dolla.s. As faels, however, will
Th r S:r, ingatJ 0 ,o ',,trt,.,_dot do sme% T ie Supreme Court orthe Uaited States [,..II .6,;,,. ... .: "-fry h n -
Tn ,J .n ,827. which will probably be forthcom'u ina few i ,dial Supper Parties at jj ^ *gto7n. vi ,t_, 'l.,,rzar. %.-I,.:. wh:.-. it,; *.oor& wereasbled hllits Court BRoom at the Capitl, on
L A T E ST F RO M FR A N C E. m onth s. It is w hi spered in th e A m erican circles! A e a-mtoun&tW as h t nin alette rto 'a.frendI--A F.r.1 -,a,: ,. s..nl in tii a,;,rI ,, i rrors,.-. monday at 1 2 c tock- -present, C ief Justice to m ake correctly, C an lai a P. t ak e th e [iber-
T he packet ship H ow ard' C aotain H oldredg e, here, that the. auth or of ,averly has been very Ii n I ......... h, zhve 0s a very unfavour able picture O ['.'r. O F A 'E_.Iil M arsha l.! and A ssoe ne Jud ;s ,ashingto a, ty to subm it, f or t he i a.:'.oti on of twie utbl'l,
brain Paris ars to the 4th and Havre to the frank with our countryman Cooper, on the sub- of the styl" of vimiu-pat-of-state :t the MondayJan.. Story, Duva, Thompson, andimb. tl folloiu statement relative to he een.
ring s s p s to "er l. :, -" ',i'. '.. pr .1 ir,.l ,-f,?_rrSJ t i .,. ,1 To e first ca hse stand nr br ar g u m ent w as o f the C adets fo r tto yea p'l w hich wo i s ti he
Gth sult. ject of his works. Report says, that the latter Capital. A! ..... ,I. ..II.. I I I he states mat-t "a ,. ....cr \,:-f .-.**Al .,v, : .r M T..le vs. causers. for n l er n i olv s of, the ad .. f t y
It uI. "I I ::."._r,,, .;"' d_-n1 aru..ers' r,arFml,,v. Alba.,, t,:.r ,, rt- 0,den v4 Saanders. This, wo l!cm. r n 'Tiu vo es fr.": -v'". s the
France.-- The King of France has issued an has induced the former,.to listen to somee propo- one route, there wert butlhrce l! tolerable beat'- nfir-, -i 6 .-,-hlary r; c,,',, rl iad r ,c ': L iiik thi e question, W tehic .r'State lsolveUor n h .i "i..,... .,. .. ..of theIf whoso
Ordonance callilw into service 45,000 conscripts sales relative to the publication of his future works ties in the hout o. Wo extract the following ,.N,-,,- V).di~J':.r I c t,1,1 redn thiic e ir ,-Iapi ; ..-f Laws are valid, updr the Conslttdion of the Viti- expense-s were greate l, w;a bunr hunii -, _-.
of the class of 1825. in the United States. Tihe intention of these pas.' l 1.r.ad ir, op&atri. ,l U n to 'tl,: I.n I s IIatIs _o d.r,.. .'-ed twcenty-thrns dolh$,5t423 890
.. % .-I.II ,tbr., tlitt,%_.:%1,ori FP a r, c,t l.r nd .- J !:.it-'4 'F I "' ,I L -nllfacts (-I- .l' -. 0. 1', ,: ..!,.'-,-..,I -..t .,d i Cents, 4 0
The papers are full of disputes relative to the proposals is ofcourse nothing more nor less, than \ .... I, ,., '-' ,, 7.,', at one .,r: Lt the ..tccltln ,:, a I Tl hl en.u- ; a. un ,:n.:iril |, *v ... The case w..- arnedI-l ',i it,'.n' r iI"'., d.2 TlT e average exponso of ten 0oI
J e s u its T h e lib e ra ls h a te a n d th e r o y a lis ts s u p to g iv e t h e a u th o r a p o r tio n o f th a t e m o lu m unt I .... r., it, 1 b .. i- ,; I ln, ,",,'. ,"I l", 'r r,,r, I t I'.- ,.' N r., ril th e r b .eN r,.e b e in g i ti 1, :.. .. .. ., o pi... o n o n t h e t h e m w h o s e e x p e n s e s w o r e le a s t, .w a s
i '.,,. .b..,I,., l l IF h .I Low !).I },,dil ....--"I, NI .r .1 P ll1, b -ut -, 1.rt IrIf, 1d- n rt I-. n r.r ha.,a es~ oU d rt% ,n ~
prtthem. Th Conslittionnel asserts, thatthey which is derived from his talent. ,,, ,,, -"-I-. ,ld Sptnish, were let-off ui^,,-i Ill.k .." h-"eritywo en hund d r -- i
areabouttoestablishanlitquisition,and-theEtoile No principle seems to be fairer, than that he us at once. The musio was drowmed, and mde h gNew.Y oy Wa.,e br,,n ,- ..I._,,,'... .,I ,,,,.wa-r t,,o. being nThe ca .e 01 t 7
deniesit. I" -- who devotes his life to the instruction and amuse- dancers merely kept up the first motion. It was .The bill for the rief of Nwiiey Nichols,- was ,.,,,., ,,., ..1111 ,1 '.,',.! ,-', ;'l : .'I,,.,.' said that,e d ,t heI .....,. ,'- L'. I o hundred.
', It _.rt.- n. '. ; -. h n r d
A French frigate has been lost at the entrance iment of the public should meet witth a liberal e-, cr a p .aing time, whey were ret d u tbuird time arid passl1, l.;,:, 9~- *". ,..-. ;9 ",. .3s the Judge, then absent, (Mir.' Justice .,';, .,. -.=-. dollars and sevon -eight .
." cra mp ed d p ra wnoet wrs M essours rs.B arstowS, B .-..: t-, ,-r. ,:nri^ ;._,h ,. .) s hou avc taken ,h is sea t, thiscase s cents, I $ 332 '7 8
.of Cadiz Bay. miuneration ; yet so little is the equity of I,;- I,_ I.,. id 0 mu d r b u 9 oeo k W Cam Fbell, Comst,k, Edgerton, Fo -.,t,-. F li,t ;. ...,,, I .... heard. hihi s eiId a e .h sa ar S
The Cons itutiounnel says: It isstated, that a prin cileobse rved,thatthepen uryofliterary nen t -,t.-}, ..i, i, tee, i., whc S m of twi
Iren ch squ a d ron w ill sa il sh ortly f or A lgiers, to h as b ecom e p rov erbial,an d een iu s a n d star v at .on I ""-'. m iii 'r li "...... ..J. it b c in g e x c usi ely I a, ul. rep ort P iso e a s o or o w a te w a. C .. T.. .-. .__,, Ue ltm ate o f'-t ie a verab ex p en sesr o fed e C aede rt th ar
t ha bcomThevebilmua enisendorfrvai,,1- -1tI,, I: Auburn State Prison, to-niorrow, arid the C.-., ,,- .....-,-r'..,,-- ',"....ethe tmlast year. It i o eo. %reh w vrt
chastise that Regency for attacksmade upon our are aost synonymons words. I rejoice, how- plbratic' ,d ,'.]'%,- ".'..: ,fthe various shifts and was received, anr i:,rJ,,.-.l- :. t..: ].r1,',.-I. first day, thereupon ad. ou1nod.--,' Id. nearly all 'of the first tn boarded sev'at months
turns of .I-r.'.,.,_,,',,: % On motionofIi Lh. -% 'I, i-,I it, ft.. ,i ri Wasdi-I.
t r a d in g v e s s e ls b 1e1. -a t u r-s .l ;-.. ij. O I I -. I a p ri v a t i... .- I I : d di I r---! -
P I, t b- A eorsondent of one ofthety paper g rented to cause to be printed in the red book,"'the A Comet has ben.isceed tor several eve- ; I.- ','- I :
aoftr f n ua n ernh ters is become n tins respect more hbera, and ner account, equally, or more, unfavourable. amendments to the constitution, adopAed at the mngis of last week, visible it a small distan ce S. nIluls m expenses were considerably increased,
slate of trade, and the situation of the tooiong ..at t s e, ea pe of t"t ..t. too l .i"
thatsteeinthosetog exaplesryfistressirygon He says that the ,Waslizingt on soiree"aree.. .... ..eti. I -s" 'S" "'
classes in those towns as very distressing. A Hamilton gave otice e should hereafter tant to form auy correct judgment of its courses, co th
,.a n d C o ld s mni th w h o hl k e c a g e d bi r d s s a n g r fo m o t a n d d -".: 'I "r-i "g i ... m et ; 'f w it h m o n e y f rto r U v e ,l in g o x e w qm e &--e ..t h
The Courier Francais says :-"It seems cer- a G ed, h.ot and dull....:-1.f I.,. ask leave fo bring m '.a bill, the more ei etually but we mention he fact.t draw the a tento a mont.ofu.t tw-en filtv "and a hundred dollars
tain that tie French government las formed fie theirprsonsa and who may be regarded as a sort I.trsOe, -IVICATIONF] .3 8. secm fl p rlv^deges of tri al by Astronomers to it-lbird. each, which is included In the slat~enent. It is ,
etemin tio h F r endingoa* suront ntoRio te- of martyrs to the muses, will never be repeated. t is t jury, the n-1t of jurors andhn ImtIng and define -_ ,, { r ,h' ,.,,..,- ..." understood that. these stale- .
dcteninationof sending, asqnadron to Rio Ca- ,e ..... "e enliened te .....-. Messrs Editors-1 was at the Bowery Th the power.and duty of 'udges in criminal case. ''"I.. ...." .... I '* *'- -:.1.. '-. I I -, ,|,. ,, i- r .,
.n L r s n Il ~ n u a a L.I S" ". ca x ", 2_.. '- ." I, t 7,,. '..1.I1 ...I .. fly "... '.".. .'- I.
neiro, to claim the French trading vessels re.Xift- I -t he p r e Mr Forres n ght nd wa,,aadbyheeymettiendI-. I I--I'I I 'ur i'- 1- .. t e -- -- t- I
13c ap tu red a t th e m o u th o f th e riv er P la te by o f rea d e rs a re b eg in n ingbto fo llo w a a va v o uri te e sp e cta blerea i int bw ch eerwi ch h e w en t enre nark 0 1 ,16e t l he n ta r -,rn. ..- .. ,, .. -
ap urea th ,'ou h o t e -s "'-" T .G on ,le m iit ry ,- .ro I .o i.-, -t, ,,_ ,, .. '." -!I ..'1j -.;-" t. _..- ,I ,- .-. I .r- ,,.1.I 1' ,0 I.,,-i. t I,,, ll I -
Sa u t o r to 1 is fi re sid e, h is c lo se t, a n d tab le ; a n d ab ly a rd u o u s p a rt o f R ic h a rd 111. H e t ail e d e n I r v r i -l i.. i re a to th e f r .r i r e~c n r t :'i.- |i t I ,I ,,.>do a llo f w w ich a
~a linle t. ... ." :. ..- .. ''' -- :,. .... ... ..-A. (to ...u e 0. al f hl
to p articipatte in h is privi te p rosp erity as w ell as i rely .in n on e of th e ch aracter; m som e en s h e o f L.:.,hioLu, r. ,, ., ,ss b of ..: r,-,r ; ,i f..r l' ,,: r: ,.-H,,,' ],, i ;, :- l,; /: '-.'!. .._ .--. -** -': ,', .. .. .. ; ,i,. ,( lfd ls al.tcu d> for p o stag e, r
T w e n ty s e v e n a r m e d v e s s e ls a r e s t a t e d t o b e fi t c a m e .,I ," I _. hI Il ,. Ill h i s sU p p o r t ; a n d m i ,-;1 l ',I ,- I.| a r id It .._' 1 ., '. : r I. L _. ,. e, I --' [_,'- "i`-,c-.. i'_.U .1 ; :--.'-... i .. ; i .., i p l nir,' e tl r r o o m s mili ta r y .
tingoutatBrest. Theseforce are saidtobedes- m spu / a '../others he mi de .a number of new and strong ,.,,-, a,- ..." .*:.,>poaips.. .. ,i : ...-.,;'l ....."-i:- .ah.IQ.4 h'l It -i.... -, I ,I. .; c iulific cxanrsions, an&
To our country, young as it yet is, and but points ,,,,j d j-,,-l. .-. r..-,,, -,lir .. Lr; r- ,p th l + .. i I -
tined to protect Frendlicofm ie'ce, and causedtho p, .I .' .'' '-' ..:.11 i-.- u,' [,, It. D._.,,. I .'.,..,r.-,,i-:, ,,w the ..-,,i,. r ,,- ....- +t7 !"&,AA .73 -. T...: 'W .... w.Irlhui.L, ]ionic. i nu- I"
just entered upon a career of greatness and glo- concept:.-n. tP-,.:- )II,-i.,l' '.i':, .'I!h..,I all', I "I.'.l ,,,,,ut ,. ,urc .:.t ,It. ......: IiI...., I .:. ,require a. .I;. .. .... i 1 IT? i r ., ..,.-. ... l I I ,-, .., ... ..-e 'Porhiu Ys'tnate ents arc
flag- f France to be respected all seas, r it is all important to hold out liberal induce- canti s.,rn I, ..I 0 I ,..,...r,,.,,, I .,.r,. un,,_.- ,,,.I..,,. ,-. I ,, pi :t,,. [.... ,,,.. t. .I, ..,,'th e m ak-. :. i ,I.:,-, er ,,,....'1, ... i, .. ..... ,. ',* I. ,I i. ,., .. .. .I _-, i.' aIiP, oe-r1t of
.The FrenclC ol ialrregim Isabout-to under- l ,and tl malguant sprat excted by t .-. tant a salt barrels. i-.' .11,, :, .'i-,"l. u.nde. .... -I [].. ,I -.. la tle. i so ns,
inentsto m en of letters. Ii ..v ....- I (',-, o our Y l' -4 ---! _tal'al b rr -s. .. 1 ..1_.. FL 1- : -.-t IL 1. I. ..- -.-, .r,_l -..r, .:, ., -I t- I pl cd .........ons '
go several important changes, by which tle co- wasdispl,.,I-.1 l ,. -,,,,. His tent scene, i:. I -,.,,,, ,t -A 1- 11 I- t ..r'theh cen- ... .I I, .: -.-: ,, ,- ,.I ,., , I .elt I thosI w.o
I o n i c s a r e i n r e s p e c t t o t hi e i r l e g,, i s l a t i o n t o b e f u t u r e h i s t o r i a n s n o v e l i s t s a n d p o e t s w h o s e e f \t, -,s o .lI tsa n. r .co t s ,lwh o eIeii. r I 'i 'h la, t h e s h iI1a1,rlh1s e. sei
1,onies aretherespectto fi.er;-.:.s"Itfon toI- ',- I -- I .I"- ..: ;, so, siioul. be n g. O"F.I.,.,L',,,.,1._.,I..Ir,.,,,.,.i.: ..... e... to, III I..,I,_.,I I,..Was- ref.erred.... T,. _.I-.", r" '.,Iu '"-..., s. 1s ouad heosrcorr htiyin
placed on a par with the mother country. forts are as essential to national renown, as are 'I.-. .-''d frame naturally and visibly rattling his sel* .. .t_.,,,l;I,..:. ,I,. ,r ,,,.:.-I.. .-, 51.... Ir: II,,: I... ... I.. I. ,'I.;., I... th'issubieet. .,- I" I ,---- /ear
There Ias been a dreadful inundation in the thea hi of t ..e warrior, or the talents of', sword uporn'the floor, until the affrighted Belte- -i',.- ., ,- -.I ", -,".". h h .. "' *. I.,B :I- I. p rcent. more
P~r,r r.. ,i-,. r, B -,:...,:. I.r It,,,, .- ,, shazzar recovered his sefss possesson, anda R ich- by l.I.A ,i .n .- ,i '1 .i...".1'I.: 'i, .l *.. -,ll. I-, r:, l', ni_ !- i. ,rn,,, I I -" 1 I. -. 'nI i- l -l--~
I. ,1 :-,.., I _., "II :-,.I...., ; l',l .., .I< I.--, thestatesman. ard was himself again." Iis discovery of .. ] i..,.- .... I.," |rf. tioTs of strength. ,, l,-.. ; ,, -,s u-' ""*'1'"a :' "s squo nt ', :i .......
!.,r., ,,, ln ._-;,': I, dj,,. r I There is no living writerparhaps, who as a purple tears" of Kingii,,"... blood, as i ,] -f ... te e thr said he was iI I- -: whoi h .-W ".
'hf-, r.hri.,a-,.:_; 1ihI. -'-....t- of Paris have in- strongmer claim to'the liberal sympathies of oir -" mounting, s rd met the level of his eIye, on- !.oluri..r,., j j..nJ,. i .n.. |,|,Tt.. ; it, .tl.;a.l. : r_.,ft.:,h il: ,r-.I J .itpartof the country about the tim e eof T iIT.: ." ", P r W alterfllyer, to MissgJulia
creased to;an alarrnng extent. .The police ap- ., casioned little start, that was to me both new roor, li.! t,.. Lt. .!,I!. lu -in, ;. -.... hIr-i, A "l,, ""
pears to be altr ..ethar inefficient. Every day countrymen than the anther of tie \ ,. ., i -,-1, .. > .._ ,. ...: ... I Aunt 'I.....i 1. .. .
ann nappy., H 's ..,r,. ,,r,= ,,!.-. fun. at I r.. :-m,:., Hlo nv ,ir.-:I .-v tf.,-'c ~ ~ A ,T J.. ,.. -n-,- ., .,I, l .,., .r.,-r.:.(-, ar ,',,. -. I I ,h, ,Schoo'l A tIi.sd h h..o ., .I, ve.. .tie.R o
s o m e n e w o u tr a g e is r e p o rte d i l th e j o u rn a ls I N o v e ls. F o r th e la s t t w e n ty y e a rs, h e h a s s 1 p- w it h o u t hl s s1 -. ,dr- "TI, w a s a .1 "-A ,I' ,! ..... .. .. atfc a enI- -Ih e S c o o I '.T!.7r rI -'--. _-c v- _- A t ;p.', r I .. .. N :I ."
r I -- L \.rt, ., . .. .. ,! d ..:" 'I I "' .:"". F, I .. n I M lrlet a, Il L ,i. 1 '1 r 'r'.I E sq. (Af
Greece.- The Greek Committee of Paris re plied a large share of our literary amusement, thecustom ,, l ,,.J", i .. r-,..-., ':'1 ".'" ":" ir V..*, ,. ., ,l this i'om was ...... ....t"-' "" -"" -I '1"'.' .'-'- .... .' ... "- j ;' i. *'. I- .. ...I"% 1 '-
(d... in.... ,i r 20qf- .,,.. be veenNov. 25th I: ap of his works has been republied ile ,- d ---tile 0.11061.1 easiO..and .. l ?..,r ",J t, -i;. F. Some utlitle';- i-late, the- c ,. ,.. ] .:,:. j .',, as^p"" ^ a ,,t: I, |. "
L ,.. Id ._. -.u. i,.,l ,:i ,..,i than 600 dollars. ollars._. ,,t...- ,." tI,,, I :.. -,, :,, 1..,, '-:.J I Ir,.:,,w: ho,,,,sts, who had h ,ur,, I It, hadbeen pretty muc 'di lse-- 1, "Sn a I.., -I .... ." 't I ,, i .,, N yan ,1.- .. ,.,. !,,. .. 1.. late J .ao.s
M I r r .nr r : corresp o n d en t a t C o rf u .w rites, th e U n ited S states, :,.J ... ,I -I ,.1 ,,- o m th .:. f. ,, I ,N. -I .... ....... ,|,,,.j ..,,, ,!,. t.. ,, ,. h th o ug h t atircsen t it w a s of little .. ....... ,. .. .. 1, -.. .. .. h ,*.' ... H uin g s i=. .'I t ':. I
IN c% .';.l,'ll h t .:. m money and provisions he had St. C roix to th e M ississippi. In I, .I : r... C,]. ,r I: II, r ,_ I Ih .r ,,I.- .- .I- ..,,.- ,, 1 ...I1 0 I. ,lII ,g,9 use. e." I.. I -I,"-', jIi .I,...l.A ..I. t.L' _..n-J .. Ii., I Jof M.- .. ..... ... '- .. I. .
sent out had saffely arrived. A part of the me- 'lif0e, when, that hand w ich has so often filled th.,- ,' ,,r. ,Iv r *-., *Fr... i r ...-.-X '1 *,.. i...i. r te, M r. Barstow :.n ,.-i.,,.. l iti :hi ,:.l- l..I,,,',-had ".'' '- !' I *..] I .
ie 'ha.dtI[ l. hr- toe Gra soeek Gans ofksl es tablet of fancy, is about to be palsied with aire- ,,,,',3,,,,. -,.-, .. .,; :,i -I I-I., '%... I ,:, ,.,u l. ., ,, ,. t^ :'id ;. .." P.-I pI rI n* ";: -T -
rt ,'L r,., t e G ee m a s f u ss ,a ,,. V'..A t .. I fr, ,,-. ---,, .. ... ,,,,,tat it W as nI,. ,,h;i.,r -. .. ... -d....2.. ,-,,_t-,.,it .lTatL._ J -r.,, .., tc la, Ili 1 T I1 -..."1-. ,h is' ge.
tence for two months.. If the government sue- I a: sudden reverse of fortune, when his seat up- Co'ke and reah, though dista-t from each .,h-lir., ,i. o ..- ar.r.|:..:- r. r.:, :,,r,,-,r,....tos .. .... .. *t I.. .. ,rm..!-.p,; 39years.
needed In placing Romelia ona respectable foot- on the Tweed has been sold for the benefit of his erin these points as fie poles themselves, are jets t. tf.r. tri l.:--,,_' ,,_i,... ,1-... u. j1 tto L... ,:.,." I 'i.r,.., .,, 1 i ,. ... I, .I_- I This m ri;inr Mr. John i- : .I i, :on of MIr. .
i,." .' ..-,h.. ,'l be safe, and the affairs of the creditors, and he has been. drive, or rather by a considered equally beyondthethe reach of ordinary some ..li.-.?.-.,.,,,, .h;||- ,I r,-' I;, [I:r ., Il_.h h:.l !.h..h. -.-.....I -...,.,._" .; :.. .. .i -- I ,. ., .-.I. ... f, i,:. _. .
1` -,v,. ilb: ,tii ,.. b lll tr O S. ', : T .- I ,.i M F ir Wt't..l 1~,r~ ~ t o r s l ti : Ih.,I I fI.. ... 1. I.-.. .,.-.,t',. ..- .I,.,,., .-..
l .i.;.:-,i ,'. [Il t,.; .: irl) ^._r:~r,-..,l. "Ib tihim -'s troops : I I,.~ ex m l of te' grt- ..I h-M r. F M r. VVLid ayonII r. ,|,l.,-..- -i, I tile resolution .I _,.. .. b. 7hi. d p ,. 1 _-.- .7 ":. .,. "
ifli', :. -c.-.i, tv,,n ...,A,..,, provisions: -" example of integrity las voluntarily gone, .,, ..., .:,..,.. an education superior to'that whichis --- -- ..- --'- ---
!-'i.. :,jru,,',..n,.,il ..,tn-,, il. assert quite eonfi- into private lodgings, he is uunderstood to come i.,, .ii ,, face and expressive eye. *.it r~ ,;i\ :- The house v-,it ^1.1. ,.*.',,,r,,!i,:,' .:,;,I,,. i,.-J ':' ...... *,,_,.'ivcon. For tbis purpose ". 'hare **L --**'' *** '
dmantly that Greece i to be seeur~ed'h her inde- ferwyard, and ask what ?_thlat hc lmay recceive a* t *..-,,th stage. Calledout, < ,,hi,.,i:l...,......,t M~r.W ardwelr, Hi, i,,,r, ,,,'i t,' t .iH1r.u. !,,i.. appropr.aat-d,,. -,... a fuud, sufficientt to,. ,- .," I... .the. '._^ : i '. ._ :';:|,':-."* -
pendcnce.. ,hlr .,.'h: the inedia~tioni. of European, .oho of-he 'o an. a f 'e h ae" s ] .= f,,.:'. ,. bi) sonme" r.,,i] il;,,,- ,...r barrenfi spee- t.> M r. T. R. ." i,,,, d.r.'. ,, ',,. ,ii, r ii. t.... ... .. -" ." i l -' "'i... i. ,/ = Sha ip-; ... ,, .' :,. T, -_., ", ,ir.1
s o v e r g n s -. : IF-I.-~ ._.; a, o .. 0 s t to rs," h e e x h ib ite d ,,,: ..." > -: ,,.. ,. h a dot.p ted I, ". _. ; -. ,,, I I _, ,. d_- .. ,. ', .
r '---., ,,- ,-,,. !.. .. .I -,u ,,r,.., ., ., ', -. -- .' "'LD -ne r ,) .w.h d .v' ,)d : .- ..-. '
The five great European powers,t q .n-ite '. ,'.. 'wo rks in v t e United States. Is there a .wretcheddand broken .',..,' ,,,1.. .,t',..ll.: r. i. ... l et circumstances, are enabled to continethe T S F.
Fr.,,,:-., R, j .;, .'..- ;:, *i.d F,...i. ,, .- n... l. ,.l.;.-ellcr,vwho has realized his thousands firom ness and defeated vi! ; .. .. .: .., l,.:',~l.- 'i .," ..'ii... ':ii ", l, r: .''. _, ,., i ...,i i.. _;- c o on ..~ 'i'10 ";' ." -,* .*' .. i'*e*' epe- W .Dotla ed, J D urand", F'.Sahnon, .Chevro-"
]i c d J ,, .:." .= ., t ,- ~ Bichard was sh, veery.. ., iiL.. n t,._" l :,r 1 ,, .. .. gi ve per- I
stc p .u >e i|l .,, ,._-_1L tle|. ,n \ i. in .. ~n 1..!....l ,-... G ri, s. .,"I. .,,. .,.,_ ,:.,., n ,,,, ,.,v, ,T ,, .* -. "' -..; -nnl '.. -.i I t l'., t...';.,..I.'; ":i "c-r',- t-.,'.." I, ,. -
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s v,.J 11,..1,1 I I I PaL ,-rs hl. .l,,[ ". ;- G" *i sing f .o m,, .. or f .;..wI**eX..,
-l I a ( j I I t m tu e d t io n o t h p o' 1 -, I 11 1 : I I : .1 7 .. I .D o e 6 ,
v~~jr...t I I he] exhibited ..lIli ...:'H il. .p.. o-- ,r....,ho woud g udg su huapit t- -1,d tha da.:fat.he ixt w th s.iil. -.]ir deb te ros"o-.1i'-'1'I-wa)1o I 1.0 '* -_1 cho l, nd1o3te&Vmer us o :*' --,-I;,' ---- _. .,i-;
T.' e fi v...., r t.:.. E rp... a, p i"s u t.o" t ,nee.- I trust t; and that the efforts, which vigo ash le evinced, ... Could not be si ppt.h ,. [.. i,., .i L. M ,-r-. 1 rlie .,i,.J .!,J.- .. ,i,.i ;, "*T' '"h,' atnc ded. .... the exammb d o on. .... to-M r. the. '.. :. ....,,,,,.. .
prevent the lannun'r. *.... .i-" ,11.: :. arnm m ent~s-in <- -. ,, : ;* .w ant m och efob rtoken --. n o ,_ ,i- .,, ijdI, .: .- i. ,- ,.:I.. [ ... <-I ,,.r2 .Mr :... i ,I -..d .i t .. l e---I'..., .. ., a so ex ns .e- -' C C J R St -
the.M orea and to 1 1,- .- -i ,Cooper s said to have m ade m favour of Ins ,..! ,,, r .. "i h,,.|,h ,, t,,,1n,_._r, ,r ,i,,:. ,1. i ,t..,, .'.-. ,,er i...,l,; ,.1nfo., ,,r. r- ]' k". ", _. .," ...r .... ... ,1 .1 *..i .. hy "o I, "-,pTs 'I '-- ,
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for. tlhe supply of the h.:. 'l-, t -. _B.. 111 veteran and illustrious zom petd tor'in th e field om ,.-.,,.n in,: i.. i,.,.._.] of" l -e -ublic sense of, its fences, .r ..hr r..h i....i -. .:.i,.,d. ,,.: l.,,,.., "h.. aan. 'X I I. _.. 1 ",. :. in- Sfodda 'id i ... ,, 1.... ...' t '
that country. The Pac- l" *- ,i '..,, l,: fau e, w i~llonly serve to increase th e respect and .'. ..,, ..... -. ., -' ,,: ,, -'l..,.... old they m a t....,.' I.; r.. [ .:"-t~l.; I, I,, ,1... .I ,I dabted to ils r, :. ,, ll ... i., .h ,....:* ..l.h. .,,. r ~, ,':,, 'I., v ,, I .
p r l d i ..a n i.re o r**. i i l o... 1 .*.,.... ..1 '. .' i. !.
t. h.- !'j.,.r T h ese a, d e "I u.. ... T .,. t ,ri -...,-. ] ... .. ,11.. I. ch,: t .ir, r a,.r .r r loart A I, r- l .-., ,,, ." I',,,, .,L !,. : t., r, ,i,,, ., r L .r1 -y ,- I J i en I-. I" .. I 11 .1. Ii. .. I I .. .
t substance, dictated to. th,- t'.ji.', -. h"* *,..; ... I..: 1)rcan ~itC.--Syr.Cooi'R after the~pefornmance was performed :... ,-,,... ".', :,,,: T,,,,h i. ... "1 |h,. p,,::.. :,",:{,,,._. r:i,,i,. ,."' n,.: ;.,r'.... .'ti -Thit..:. ,.. ,,, 11..%" i r'-i' -!? :r i~ ~ g.!. ''i^ P.71 .' i' -,; i, *' i, i~ ; H.... ,, ,,' ,.'..
Considered definitive, and ,..hI.,-.h w e~re conveyed: or V ;,_.-;i.', .-. ,Tii ,.'l ,ii h,'o.. n/ oiThursday night .', '.Ll] cast, and the parts woll perfor,,,,,.I. 3.], ,,~:.i \h].: ,, ',11 .. ul.J ,:..:,6. ,"n..r.i.- 1(h,. .a.,,. .... : .. -,-- ,~ ... ;. ,- ., -, '..,, ',,,- .* ', L* ..... ,' i..'
in. .htie of G'y M:-'-,,TtI M...Str"atford .annin.,Iat.' 'it''
ir. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ _, ri. d-1.'i:h. to M .S rIod C n in ,a / ,' ,-, IT r .J ~- ''.. 1" w.-tanc "i slain five R ;ich min6 M ,t in i.,il l .1. ilp ljni., .L .. n f H VE,I D o- & 1N(uerndo T,, ,.'( .- -' ., .. ... r I,


r, ,>. -.. i... was called out," aeeodinrto the old ., i 1, ".,!,,, ust.in, hi, us al ,,|,,, ;.lens "o hic ..h e s1I ;,.s ,,o s f i leni, s blrld.ea t, s e.o wr e a -e suall dIll ,uIe. s o,, a .. t.. .i '" ,., ........ -.. t.
]7 .,nl r w h w ul r d es c a p t ie fe d h at day.,pl a.. th,.., 'rix,, wt haen sto il h t em e ver fr e dst f d a~h u i e e t, O r o t n M r c l ~ ensuconyIu!1 du- & I, St! ,' .. ... ..I .,` ;,',. .'


It ,' r-,,.-.j 11-1 rit Etoilk,. of thle last date, in i'0,,r.li a custom nmost';.ia '.,!,. i.:-, and "'more the iew y.ork pubhecare not yet accuatomod.in tlie.*:.i...rj',:.i ,:.t" ili,?i; _.:.:,.a. If, this blill pass- ruhr_ li..- 1,:1 l....h,,rjhi....-r |, i. ." i,, .: I,, n,., ,.. d frdgeCa!;' : .... ll ..*. ... t ...... .*:. ,.
!i.l-i.:t ; l'r...,,i C_.:.., iDiuiir,.;.:,F., ,.-, li,.: :..J ,.,f .N .,, j ,,..u :.,,i..,i'in the breach th an tlh e observance ;" .^,i ,. -*?' i :*'., ..",..1 ,'[.,"'. ...*i ,'. ,.-." ._.l, i-.-, -- ed H i. ,. ..1'ht .:.1" li~oini nnrliif ri, iii niu ,i .. I.L: ,. ,., '*'*1;* '.''r i ,1 "* ..... i '" ; ': '-"' .-' ... ,., order; .. *-* .' .. .. ",,; -....
itH-. -,- 1, .11 L: J i, a ", ... cim e^. c mt .e th ,',ti, h ,,,,,, ,','l,,,'l,, ,',, d I^ ,,1- theo ,r n, .nflea I, .:,u. ... ..p, sd- *r- ,'*, ** .q I -, ,, I t *"r io ,1 .. .. .. .. J 1 ., .2.
in fl-,'.'o ,- ...nfi,. G i,o.l -. ., -o ccasioned good .J 1 .1 1,.t,,,.I,. A w riterin the '. ,, ..,'- ,,t',n |, i.,.,-i,,,,.,,|,., r,.., |,. |. cou.lhe ,: icn." -, l [ :u d ......pn-.1 -ios11, ril 1d? an .- ,r' ._ ... ,,ir d, *-4.: .' ,, ., .... ,1.-, 1 ...i I H o r ,l ,. '. t !.*,... ,, .. i' ".,. ;'.. ,, -.,
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CO n ') ul : iij h.- "~ h '~tii u ; ] l'i'1.;,-; "f M Isso-- D em ocratic Press of yesterday, approbates .M r. ,i-.....,..t... 'i,; Ir'... ui-i_.v. i~, r,., II. ..I *1" ('' j.,:r ,il necessary to lhe .rh 111 *,nm.*ii ,'i .. ,,'.. .1, iA k,.....', .-***<:,r. '-, ,i '.,,. "i ,! ;, I -"" '[ ds, 19 '*']i' ",'; i *,, .. ,
itn L..^i I, _,..- ,,r i. (;.-.,.?., i.:..,-1 ,,,..-e'for the C'. refusal, he-I cause of the ea foming frori .c.. :,..go,, l '.v ..ce 'd *1. ,no b.' ,. ,i ,i... .. ,. iedge. It was ;5.:hI -..I H, ,t ',,.lj.. i: .. i ... ,i-, a 21-- tl.s prce, only .obtainable or. cho ceI par-.. e.'. 1 .,. i ..:. -.' '. ,, .-., ii,." "
"' lr.Ti.rii.-,,,,:,t" m^B hi r 'iii.t -,.:ir r.',. were ,I, ,, i ~. ....... ,,' f',r. i;;r,.," ,l,.r~.. iJ,1..... ,,tl.' could bre. got from the state prison, to *,i ,-, ..,l" i '*1 ihe an exed statement coan i nes to exiii- fit ., i .' f. \\ i ,..' i. .. ]i,, i'..r.,,]
( _.,:r,, ,l .. .\ ,-:..ar,dr;a .,,,.! ..:., i h1,.:.,- .'.. r-.his but a very .sm all and not th e m ost respecta- represented the sm alles of 11, 'l, r., ,,l,i.-' ,:v,. iv i::,lA ; purposeos. -, l he vy stock, and .w ere n o t s om e of f ur 10* ,h ,, ,. i .. ,*-, ,.. ,,.:.-,,
l-,.r.;.t ...-.. ,:r. : ,1c ,all. ,1,*i.t-ndn,,. ili i.i,,.e:. he, portion' of the .audience, and because of the teersin the Ameriean army. r;.: ,,,,, ar,ir. l..:,..,, r" M .,:;r<.T !l. Smith, Foote, Sherman, Stark- preasn tu nicipaltol er o tha .of .rket wo .h v vey,.. -...i i" ", ,, .,i' .." : (' ,) ] }J.',
Lady l.'o.:lhri_,.: Ihi. r.-,..), :t ih t:'il Leghorn, impropriety of tle thinff itself. He says:" was putinto the mouth of i ~l i.r i ;k. ,-,' .:~r.,,-,ii ,".': ,lr a,,.l [..Smith advocated tle bill. There preasomn t atcider thu t of *m :r.kr.eti...'i, wo hae ve? No "",.; .1 ;,': -,3( o
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prevent t..l..>u.n.rTini-i -X ., I -have ade in favok- le.tus.s-cI. it wr h *l.Tl ,-d-, ...-,.... ,, ,. felt .-I F .-, .. in. h ,,,,. ., r .,',- .... T. 1' < c l ..d, .i.t... .....or.'.,..-.,.T.,
r i J' e. ; J |" ". -... O-,,l,, ,arn. ,rh.scon -a- .-. -, -. ".-I, -. ... .1 1
for ,.. -,t .h. su .ply bo _.the ......,'.#2 th,',," ,:,[.,o I 'u. .ve r an and ilusr io.d b, ,us ,,.,et,. r of the fildofst -.,,,,!I- I..wa wel .d.... ndI_. o'Lf ib: r,-,i,,.enseo f, i U-ths t te y l s hou r -1. become ,wA .1 i -a.r..t,t ,n_ ... 1 wh -r:, n,,, l ...... I od rin11 I .-t`I-uuslea le o and-i'ou.Prl id t _..;. .."..-- t .
thatcountry. The-P- Ir61' L ..II'i,,-..-, ,.,: faille, wilonly servetonincre se.the respect.,and I,0.,I,, ... .4., -,".:.,I.- t',rt:.enId......e holdvtheyruL 1nd so,,,r7,I','_, J-:t' .... Li nII., & --. 1:nI I I I I' T, I n:; n n i -, -.1 n IT '111 -- I_. .
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G,-*.*.G*.*..r -1.:.. ,i *! e m ade two suecess- I ,,,r ,,.._:" -, .ver liber almn "Wint whole was got up in aood stylo and went off, ..,*.h ,,l ,,,i m.-rr, I'T.-., ;.,,, was-fnade i,. .r.- .:.. ^o f fr3 Pearls 3 ,1,5.br,.,!,lI,... .r ; --f n,- ,* ", :,*.:*,.. '- "., _, .
r.l 'l I ,,.: r.-n d tl,, a ny .J.i ..l" .Ih en s, b u t fe sl n "u ex.la.i.. s..," af .e h v rat ( -. '- ; b ... -" ,. a ., u II..... v' 6 3 1.. C. .. .. i .. .. ...
r h I Th ese a n in d iv id u al a_. _r ,,--, -I,i,,!,.-;_ I r,, ,*; ', "-I ,' o n e ,-_ en e r.,- t reu-r d ".......,, .l jlt, '. i',-,. ,, ..:, ,' .: le ". :.i r ,, .I; !, i I,,-,-.I,, -r, .,r h, ,e,, ,'. t la"er of P ots 2 19 0 -lI' s o- I tern a l lm pr 'v e'- .:i -.- eI o rt o f I I ..
n cre, hs ,- .J ,". ._l, troops to thr1w -t is true '"for vFlue :...1 t.- I.. D- r *" ,,, '"": *a".e.-.tt ,,,, .. ,l and i, n, r,, .:..r, *,," re. ,|, ;' ad,, ,. ,.,.il,.-, ., ] .1- -..r... ,, 'h'., : 1.. ..", n I I.tion w, ih has be i m a'ce bv the B oard of E n-
.'el' l ,-,,, ,!.- \' P. r.OT,,h.|,. and 't is boped tr1ri. be ratified by thanks ? A..Itothank m ? rns. ; H. diedin theseii r..:. .. .rI ',,r ,. ...r -r ,' *,r-. L r_,: ,rr iv als otf super. or H{ava. Cog o 'n eer.s, wi tli a View t -olnte h.n m .vc, ent,0
c ons idered ,|iit ive, an d t il..--recnvey.,r -,,! -1.._l*..r ,-.",I y n t--he has received his stipend fro -ppointm, .--11, senate have concurred in w1 s .friends ... ,,-:,v,...;,, .J ,,, ,., l,. mprus"t0d1 r, Z th ]2..-r pot'o!te y
S. l, i .,I... "h ist 1 then demand anuexpressiod of the following nominations madeLby the Governc,, l.,_h,,..t. h, ,,,'d t. ort w ,d .-." .. t, ....... dVI a.eh1, b..I.eCa1".at !1 ; er .. "'rnL } ;I-',... ;_ .l .:.i. -:' .... I '
ir ibn d t _-f.' a:b,,_, to M r .-Stratford,-. ni ng, a I ,,,ed hi su l 10.-.." ,31.[. .-.t |-ui ,-oi ,Il.., i, .:hat he coibb iJ.,-tte rie nd ( eeI w I v n n Imr o e u t i.', ., o. ~ ,( ', .'. ...' "'







\ I ,.. r,...YDd, L 'l ..4 e .' '-: .:-..';. II.'.I--.no, -the obligation 'is'm utual, for ... -- I" n e t rise ,nd .., .. ....... ..
,:n!I : I r.-- .-I.-..., .-T .. 1 calle ,, d ou,",hould, perhaps e-* od! .., ..r .' ..f.-- ,.. ..I, L ;. l, r.tl .. r -to w ,,.l.__'., r,-p....,t h:.':., I '...r t l. t t.u. !-.r exam ination.-- O ur C o tt o M ar ket h a "c "ob en ,d l. n W inthrop.. ,, .. ,..
f aft er d .il I It.. I .. I I_ 1, ... ... & C o. S t e ... I j :I. i ..". L ,_ l- : [ toryof N ... ". I .. I ,
n 'A -:": ,.*--._.^, ^..:[ .. .. ,,-- ..,.-._._,, .I...lI Tte .--' .W oodssurrogatev ce es .-,- Colouy ." ., ... . ,. .
.., lro,,p-:.,,i ,,: i,arJ t,,, ,:.. ,m ,,, ,: .. I" e notm y readers ,,.,,- : -,,.-,, n h.,,. _, .i, ter in cte cery, vice ^eb A .L e and,: esi n r \,j',a '^,.. 11!^ -II:- ..,to .. L little doing" ini C ochineal and Tn l. o.^ ,.,pnice.s g I T h'efi seM er! ^of'.th ...l... F,,d l r u ,, .. ,, ,. .i,/ ,; .^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^[.i ..-.en ~ esg e ...^ ,.!hv oe e .da c d ao t ,i c a c flh Tre-ieM e fGtir!
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., ir'" ,,,ll., ,, ,f i,,i, ject, and es.mnate tooOen," ~l .-I., W -.o-an Passengers in the line s-np York, Nash e CONGRESS-XJA.. rFt 9. .IOther articles wit-out c1a-ge. .. -. Groreth. o" t.!ie ?,Ih si-0e-rv..tionsr o t}d
I [ht! -.I d ,'" tU r -, :', S1 ', K; xO a ,'.1 : lI, "-11 b t' li ol 1" ,,arc I. .I ~.... ,- I.,'I- `"InI- ., -r.... ou LI- n .ti,,,A I% 4 ,.i, t!- ...... D es b-/6. -OrI.w- r7ct v.,sill -I ,.a d ller f: 1ti "..l,th e M- ,indi. -y -, IonPRee.-i,-.V-. -








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I( 1"'T -; 1 -r -, 1 -. ..a, prou-to .....tI,,| ,, ti,, ea rcal w world and the .ton ; Lfeut. Bernard, I.,ai,', r, _, ii p ;'i. ,,r,,v : ,... c ,, ,d. r, p, ",,. .... r .,,' ,.., t,, ,. ,,,.j Some e w h U a s said to f-te i ," .., ,' ,. -,,, ... -_.. ,,,
-. ;' f -b 'df r,,,.ofa G arriek or a K em M essrs. I ,...pIi E-.. T .,,,._l, ,. .],. I.X, I I .I, r,- i. n F,letS ,,,lI, t.ars:-n 1 -:,',%n1 1, lh. '.. I. ew _t _. h v .ben 1,i III.
-"^ .^ ^ ." ,- bl~ St De worth a plum' and respected oh Tonreno *:. -, J ",-, .:,,n of Canada Mr. iaLo isi ana" which \ ,, ;,. t Fridy e ''.^^ ] [, ,, v,** :...: ,. *". ,,, ... .,., ,,,.
S, -:,,,A,,. .hl, .. :. rn, ,. r,,. 'chan ege -,, ar.es" eesL rom my i-' Chas. CunhIffe, of Virginia ; a qP. SchlesI nger. was reconsidered. M r. 'hs ,.. ;.-,1,.,,..- Irop .. L est h- ar Jdsy'e i t hi ar ric ls, a4 0 b;o r ':' :"'. ---l.[, .,. ',I;- Fit, .. ..
rn ; rIt .',! I, l .- 11 ... -. ,r..I 1 en ts, or y ._ and .I n o t.eg s than any other sur-- : s Iny 1o. I pu r p ose. th e .h o.to M stock andn. -re -o, ,u,. ,, ,.1t-os,,,. i ....,. .. .r ,, "I-","-"I ,.. I ...... I ,'-.... .,,... ', ar tis. -...s II
eon t.e town. FMr. Sooner, s Sone of those A d.to o R.h,11 s 1 .ro N*he* *i-sIte s ... ,. ., France, "
:., ,. al h ... ... \1 r a--, : ,t- :;.n ,, r'"t" ... = men sir,Who:-. i i, it elf.,r ie.., ... t.into ,, r no tt St., .... .. [-, I( about 12 miles from i.re11 '.I, 'l L I S entity ed- adn a ted ;t r, -L i,- ".haes o t H av,'e.-p Det .5.:-.l b .cs of G-eor.i.. 1773, to t- I Treaty o IGhe t., i-l.lSl4,"J with Great
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., *h al th m a ade ..-.e..nt+ltwe....en ..(..' -*- ,d masters, tho' the e e~ ressmnap- 'ul h e'r.te m nY ~ed as ep a'n'and rt!}e c.'d.:^,-.:',.a,~i t,,rl ,,. .\l,.,, ,,. o'clock, 5. 40, T" -7 -1,.-,: ...;- ', \" ...... n, "% .'.'-- I,*- :... .... 'u. the r.. ;,:-." .. ... "
M alagaa nd -M1 rtl.l4, a nd ca*rried off 30?0 per u" ... '"* l rt""'' ru"'7* .. .. ... ," ,' n L ets r a t o n ot, a chld en. renshod" !r, .. .. in, ..nan.neo h uti [ ,:us in.^^ Lsrs..:." .. ..[ .:] i.. l~i *'-'. -1 **,...r ,-'., ':-- '; I,: *..l, .. l ;'-:-7.05 "- ,uI, r 's Life,,.. *. a *.~o~ d '-- .1 A..*r;ca
son.: t I i not p Ill I q. ,I.,ss.- hi -r,. tn ,,-,. .-. ,sI sl es t 1 "ut o Life. ..... G g '3 A eric.. ".
1,. .t a npray, be said that his conduct as evinced .?'; |," ,1, ",.l.- ',lo k "Tl H,,. .'. *r imsn I WTeivEs Ma Jr. Tu1- bile ,85, 9Gd. ., u L ." ,,,!,..! .. : .. I ... .dtral History .,1 r ..i I.
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G .-I. .- .. .fgrathtude or obstina -he was called but by hnin.. '-li". -hrLO. .i,.,... .*u.)iedbv -., .e ;* '*. "or-' n m'ormafion as to te Lo nDO Dec. 1.--Tho quantity of wheat, irl- i i.4.,._,,-. .f: United Sta les. l'a ._s;.--n i. .' ,1 .,,
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(.1. -.11 L'"m..; r1.-. n n... %.,,1 m evesdof tienwdshes of the company. Boys often .... ; ,.,,, ,.,; erevolutionwas-adopted, with a : I,,',,,,,.',,:, for the last 24 years, ia s been 187,438 quarters ,a Bona ,..,,. _._ :. Pi. .;ta.;K. pp. r-a- .
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11mI.nJ d hL n'.,. .. andupto eghteen, ,,,J .,. "menofwhom.Ian -,, '. -,, , t'.ied by .imslfm Mr.tBcaIr, of Tennessee, of year-' fur .. I4.r l i..,, : I..:- I?-.? ;._-I Grain 9f tious--1. A Diseourse _oii6uinedbef.,rotln ?hi .
1 .'I, -w,' --ag"'uir.. ......" ,- ,T ,,." tr,.l., '-- forced.to say-. "* "'" --"' 'i," ^' I ,L .J t ..r... r : .lu ...... ii.'i, i;, ....i, t ".... 1 ],;,,,.l ,' r,_,.. f'., .. .. ,.*". : andibr Beti K appa Snciety of Cau bridge B y J eph
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i.-i -lilh .. jr.-. L 0 ,0 G .C b._.,. !.. i h N .'. h .-s- bH owtm uchl m ore l ..., ,...r.,r,. l,,., than the I N Qt .17 .l .I,.... iiol I ,n,,r'tfi6 ,:. '*' I,-1 ", 1- 11, L" :t L I. ..it..I.J .h :- ,hli- i ev 1r 3 f 5, ,-a ,. l.. l,: ,- quarters. Iu 1. "25,.
._, ,-.I ,n .. ..x.l....,,,a. ...........w,,,,e,,the ff,.. ....I:.A -'-. ..' l ve", ., .... ,1"",-',.,r;@2,f.1. I'v-u _efore 'the -ociety of tho Ii"' ,, l,.. L.










c1l ] ..?rt T.,,,.rc,,::l ,,, the ,i,' ,.,r L .,rtn.1., 1-1,,: years," th 'eB oardi.:._, I ,-.u ., .; : M r ( I ,, .* -. .J M l r h h ......;, ,.,1, **]1 *-.-*'*] *'' *\[r. (.- .-, k,- "." -. .e ...,,1 ,v ,,1" ... h ..:" .:. ,,
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T he vite ,_ ,.l l i ,,, ,lh..,,,. iT ,-lru.'_, ,n .l va.. ''. Il, ,... -, ,rn ,," ,.,, d ^ L EhLor f I en .'y'.'Y rhcn,1to,.-, ,L, I" -, L'" I, ,n. 1. 1. D : .L 't.. i It.. ,',-,I ". ,1 .".[,, -X ,- I ..., ir I f .. '. m io b as b e..e... ... 1.' .n
lhe r z.llr., .pk a .., l,,| l..1.. ,... ,_, i.-_ I I.-... -.-r .,;" B oston, iirior- 1. ; ., i.,, 1 [ R eported for tlhp A lbany D aiily I\i, ;, *r .r.t l. o..n ,.,_ d r'.v the Q quarter M astef s'B and Ord- inform the i, .hl ,h. ,, .i, .' .....i. i .,..,1 r .....-... ;' "i ....... "': ".- .' --, 's, ays u|<.
I the,r ir, .-I n .,~ _r,, an ,it'M is ,rh'op -a V ll l '. ** *l- ~ed -o taetAlban D dIl .\,i H..r.J d inanc ie D p l6:monts .M. ..rL I-arr I,- i l a Ia .r' r e o t e Ame rican ofit uer ior, Sce tfc n v i -ii leei.. ";. lcai^ Ioiaiig p a mii re.na
Y. I-needo---t1.nJts. ..-r1,WIcIi._- ,aid.aIr..e- w...A.eric-n!L iterarybe r tifiedfby thank s? iianI-o'r"'"nk him ?eltIoI.-c-urah. 1;', pa-- u-a,.It -










rih..e i... r, p r.: ,,r ,, u I.. l..-wtn .-,r- N -','[[-. lution onthe tablecalling for inthrmatioh as to Acadeny, at M iddletonun, will exT.;t ...... ]. ,h'.' ed ctio. n of" 1 i he 7. I. .1 1.r01i tL. i i. ,,. d. .'
;' /uilnij'.-.-. "'r ~.1,1,- Ii' I*rd r ai.i 1.1 C n oter, li has a r eceied fro hisao sa a dtipe d fonat b'l tpo am n dti i. i- I 1, .iis .iiiiat have oncurre i .l ii, se fiends (;.|||'IT.. .-.1 pu- biv..%- ji-iIi f ii ii.-i.-, i~ be 5 -e 21.,st th t"oey u g *.n; 1.i N tso o tc lF' T.pn-i-C^^ to( oii











; rM aei, -(- ; rl,,rIr, !l, ,1 all pr...- d ,,,, h.,.. ,,-.i supply of the Saint Lorenzo Poatoes have been [This bill is th. ", I.... ,h.:- one before the -,..: l ,:. .,, ,,J..-n,e ,'... ,ri.:s> ..fr. ,JuI,,i,.. u .. ,v I... |-,r.., .: ,.' ., *;.- ,' ...h.. I l d -.. ., r F ,;. t. *' fi' ne i n e Xin. teiun
4...': -,..,-_,r'l.. ast year.iThe..istusecttoenpdemandt anexpression of tlldcfo.l,.-.in..inyat,',-,: nde y. i. tv rnc.o,.hii',..%.-'.I. te3iexc.ted.-, ,' .hW" ...i,,c,.,!" ....I.',Vc--e.. .... Ta "sI. -.he.Fren ,. I .e"I











fr,.n1L hill.I'- t ll._., I U. .. I. 11 1 p .n.,I-t l. 1-- I .. for warded by Snr reon Finslar of t enu, li s i r-. "M ,1,_' .|' r ,, st yea ,.. 1 e ,,st sec t ho e p er o tis p ,, uu ,t.-. 1,,, ,l,:,. -ni l ,^ ,:. l 7,,. hl,,, I '. eIt -! b s do a r I acy; of thc.I''riii:!a
"der 1.1tu decla rtion upnt from the shippet, that i ........ i.ono,,.ow- .e....nat-on--
": it s .. ..aetualy and cota .',.I, [.,l- ..... pr.:,.'rt. .Tns un!teo btatest S amuel L. iv tehill.. t .,l :;IIII. Ih,_ .... ,, ,lit-tl' J :i,.h,.,[iV ,,1 bei,1 inI ,,a,ihli... -o. :"i >1,: r-. r .., i : tilnefor admission. Thoothoruiostpr'op rt rues YoArkpI~port S-nrai the Coniiissi iiers 'apopii-
i-measure will, in a ererat measure, put ar end to Cidersand ashes.- Housekeepers shouldhave 250eon p. '- l ..l.. ** n", "* Lf-. r;'" -** I* l' 1'"*1. ". *:cj ul". "i,!. "....:,>.-'.. .. '" o ad isin "r- n th l" to the 15'io ~ o reis th teltt ''-M- ol U 'ti~c
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'I Ihe ,shipm cents of- cotton to E ngland and the a care not to vinoiate tI..,_ I-w a ,-ainst -.,, ,,- t,,. h -., .. (4. h L:, pe a;ty .f.- ,I. ,1, ,-, F r M a a from the 20ld.n I te-nIt-of ,N I..o. 1Ite e 3 1s r ; 2 rie l ddress -A(ciso..
TIT,. 0- '-r., w ill be th enploym, o1 p1 I. \ ot e b t a o -I .. I. 1 n. NI, .I, ,pe l ty ..l I ,... F-... F r th N o I g gust ,if W ie a s aror c n da e .r- ,l ;..-c.l .c; _.'; .. ... .. .. I ."
. .. .n -. ... .... .-_ s artII- es o te. street. Iear fty persons. 1,I' anyt placard advert slg. :,n. I, ,,.:(,:,o i,,,,j If we had thought of it.,I w e should have no- tor17 years a althoes Yh youtlihs.wIoarc well .I.- rytof N w-York; 4. Everett's New Ide:s on Po-
F r n-t tia- h o ri .. l,' n T e ca ag o tms, v a,, uao .. r- --' Il tIr 1. il!'d v dd t l o n f a i is n a e i ,C l n ,.- I '.. .. I












li. "" .haveobeen fined already, and the nspector is de- .:-, ,,po,, ih. i..i ,,r u,,:..:..ltf,.,r ed..l '-3 ,1 -t|,,g.n iiced, inour1.-,ll-,. d-J.'1.',: ,.'i.,i.".-,,...1 ,lh -1' va.'ce Ia-id are to remain several ear, Ican eu er pulation ; 5.] ducatiou in Tennessee; GW. Gria-
;l~h, Duke of 'York had experienced a relapse, t~ermiued to enforce the penalty against all that' boseo l,,,_.,...!. 11, t:.,.r1, *,. ,,..*, l.,r.',hlbr, n .... [" P of the proposition to. institute an" inquiry -advantageously a~t an e'triicr ase tl an !'1 a d shaw's Books for Schiools 7. A neric i Jotm~als
%; Ioff en d -, ,','-,l ,. ..: 1-,1r I a.i..,I. ,,I,.l:r :v,,_ i..:.i,-,, ,:.t ,nr,:, |Z ,a.) ,,: l, .:., ;r ,,lu..I ,,, ih. du ties on the others a4 so w h o are m ore th an 2 7 provided their F an c n "a i"; & 'e. -ATl "- '.,
{( i'17woo'dek.: This is a.ho~lidayatthieBank. On Tuesday,.Jeremiah Roberts, the desperado ^^',:ll.l;,:11,'. arsthat thel~ienses ,^:,f ,er, :- r, .., ,.' ,**- diubtless moved With a hi's dt iand l toal advie, oretCat n yotepe-si and Tn Amrich ClassBook;I0. C ".. .""
" I n h > .t J E ,: l, ._ e t h e r e h a v e b e e n b u f e w^ w h o e : .! 9 T , r ;. n o n t h e l a s t d a y o f i a s t s h a ll b e f o r t ei t e d a n d t h a t th e y s h a l l r .. 1,- , ,,,, o f t e H o s t a t a i l l h o e wo a e-t a n o g bai-- nB uusy rs...... d d~ 1 ,. *
F1.1troop, oo i~'r ,.oil.%:i.,I....wi -Tile, I.I.,,...L' I -ftthe-H ous_-tInetdatGeor e Cy thosedw hoWhsve,11 "|ai-.-]till,1' Fbe-rinIi on ,u-uosrcy11 sI;h l W ise sMom so A df, 'ofl ; .-,---- ...1"F I .













ut r., ,h ,,- m C..*," at'*" .* *' h, .o ..'-.,. 1 ,in .- year, w as convicted of ste ling a s;urtout c oat of" ter be entitled to a lieen se. T h e sixth directs the aill".:.r,,"- o'-'i ,- ^ ^. n i J,,.ii .. :-l~ .. ..: .,. ..,**- ,W p w., m anhood, of co nirm ed im m oral and v icous h a- M ul "ic. *"'. ,,: '., L ist o r N ew P i.biications;."
..t r.Let 1't _, 1--r 'e, I *'..i.I,... nilIr ].. ,,i ""e r-' vie baw, A .d d elares, ch. es. .i i u e d i w t u n r l a e o n o e-.,-"

iM i'a Lhl -'...-,i^ L.,.., !,'.,;, 1 r the Stalte Prison for14 your~s. shall thereafter be ineligible to thiat. 0like. "i h, h.- present session. *..'.** ice under tlic restraints imposed upon Th~em, vio- '-,- T; .J .. ;'he e*'r o commo pro*i%
T'.I. irof.I'.-- .,,.:.:.*i. + C.:.. _....ii 1,,it-_. Imerican, ,cdemyof Fins ^r/.--Thefollow seventhude areas that where two or mo] r.... n1,. ,],-1,f ,,.'.I,, ;, (I,, l. .,',l i.. r.d ,. how- late the regulations, aod impose u4on him tof t ,'T r ,e Vi commo f c,.
4 F'.'r,,i.. F,,:nds, Dec. 4.-FPive per cents 99 nf Gentlemen were n ",,J, lce r. ..i,.,'n ui ege on Tm J~ elete -I ....: h;:* % eied ?* = ", a,, **,^ t .., ,,*,.t ,,,,r *'. r. ,."' r ul tere, unpleasan but indispensable duty of' dismissing e' ..... ....... on [.E- el elth *~ga,
.-. .-Thrces71.75.-BankActions0 75. o --o1buleh ,f,, t,,,enh ',,- ,...F... wht:tt ui rirPtsengetth
,E .,wof.da letter o he1orsTf. Ihe" S'. ',,.K ,., Presidentesr.l-n hCVerplanck .-',.. ,,,-,,,, willprosecute t, i., -, .. .. ... 1: ,..'r,. ,_ taity of. revenue from that o money, under any circumstances whdI I ver, .,I tI o nt. of ....... I .n '-...
.'.,o .* z .. ,-,, \- .; o, .- l~r,.,.,,,,-, .lohn R. M urray, Ezra W weeks, Core- actsinmco-ptible with this, .and the .. L ... mi,,|.-.i,r..- *.:.r._..and that some.,I" ,ii...,,i.,:,-d~i;,-- ui,',, t.,.' must beofurnished auy Cadetexccpt bv ('apt. P .... ."''" .'1 "".. oi.tj ... ht "a also .'is -


, i,. I l.> a .. ..s.. r.hO/act y Person violating the Ist, r1 J, i I,. .l, rajah'van Rens.Iaer ,1 Ur C l* r t,:t.an p. orhisorder. The violation of this rule haso a-cl ed ""*, ''" and toa alloth rsw ]ri. '.aos
Paris has been alivewith the visits of two seet. ,.:.:ilnl. i ],.ll ; ,.ditinol','F., hal. ,,,, ,,he: House to:,.d ., -.I... ....- ...-,. ,,.. signed the dismission of more youths f'oml ttie cole t erh hatie n >appti-e on aidu ,d e pro,,f 'de
"celebrated" ame, fr..,,,, [-;r,. i, [,',,n-- h. .'-" Robertson, Samuel L. Waldo, Henry J. .'.... ,.., ties l,,r,. r.,I,,. ......,iJ. ofaimisdenmanor, neeessmries (.,'r 1;,o., r ..- ,., 3o to reduction of -1.,,,.-,, since itsfirst est lonimcntin l -,". ,i, ,,, rof he' act of"l' -er, pt to tl'e dieoist .
.... r. .' ; r j1, Frederick De Peyster, jun. -' r Bruen, Jo- and ., -I I... ,-, i., not xe edi ,0,no ,' T t,,.duties ,\ L--,, ,, 11Ortuiary. Respect- ,i .StaI,, cause p t together. P' ns ,l .. ,,ot
t and ..... ...;" .. V p seph Blackwell, Jolh Honejjun. i !..' ,, ,,,o, I',' 'I. ti, ,J, .1 ... , t,,i l ,,-, thpW in. Ihl r ,. 1 ..,, ..,,-the table of the dians do their sons and wards a serus i ury .... '
bun id about their respective objects. That Fl.iql,. ^...-, o S ,',,.,,, wertethe oflc shall be .,-,,,.,J.,to ..,.: ep,..r..., at thc:t session ; and it may whoever they innovate upon this rule. J .o :" '" r '
oftelime hs benan poed o le olticl; Wrx.Tne Sag Harbor'orroctor orfStaur n ofl
:of theiormer ....has. been supposed to be. political: ^ "t-l br -recr ot 1 pscu o th saT.] .... pass,- because the laws are novaed in that ar- On..h..j .e..e.,,."P."-lO-, area no evaded in thaet .ar- On th e sibje t.ofwxenses, P-n theo ctP ty.. of
4.0 Hl, ,, l the Vloop Consolation, James Mr, Ni .;I t ,. .ee -call serve, that in the Rep,,rIi1 tifnsof '0 c Ac;n v e. to b, -
thousands have done before him, 1'eerely for RI "nfy rnartar, &omBermuda, bonnd to~to"r('-' it}: .... l.-,,- r:rt .. lii pears to us to ltipood reason to doubt whether I .. his bcir ta thil wh oc TcU!x1;, T a n. us "n u urn rl -" Y j ( ,r.., W. ..=.,* ,. : ., .11, ,,, i,,, .-... ingpectloin of pot and pearlis es.. here, !- .g,-,, j .,., ,I. ., of theduttis on any ea 0%p u 'aa,;t or :,' .... board ..it;':,,., r ..... "- o"f '. o....d tct l.l, .cnlr .pi.. ..
.heall, and, amu:,ement, after a. long con im1monn o n r i. r. oold h asod 'or ld eBtsoanued leavec ,r of the .n. 1' n'n. l,.., i itwillel be1 prs,'ed h i &*r.. on iu of <;**( ** ",."%*' *i" ,;....... n 1 o t);
a 7e tol le e 1# O* ( 1 I 'dr C l .. ...r. '' in le vc f LitW l b 7'"'e
tobusines. His move L.,av c, a J a -s P" 1,"s : ',abeuce alr ten C a y 'ontrv ::, ,, .; T' -ardtotl~e o". ear excedtwoh rd d ss ^.^ v 1^,<- --y ^ ^^ .. ',,, .viIw o .
l h bustle -... ,o !.-'.. a" "/ 'e ; an on M, nday thn is- iIl. The t, opin Tt, eoampitte of the whiolI, spoitso:neline -c l i ... ;,l 6 -,-1, -,./. *,"* y .
ibU. b st l*arno to li!i' S ; r ; I Vuk- -A > .r o:,, ,.t. t d s rclu v i,. -
ionabeblaft; t" gV AI *,-cr-, *avu, ht a, Lcen ... I ,hc c *'om t 1 tho ,hill t ,D ~m'/the. t .wI ] all e a x-,') .2., .., .I ,. St paOc2...:z I,-ts' "," a, I 11 ,, A' LIFNA"'













..n0R, AO. ALE-A very valiabla FARM, at
FAITHLESS NELLY GRAY. 1_ Flushing, Long Island, lately occupied by
We extract tile following pathetic ballad from Jesse Frame. It is situated about 2J miles front
the village of Flushing, and li from Bay Side.
the last number of the London Literary Gazette It contains 20 acres, about 174 of whidh is good
received at this office. It is taken from an amus- aratie land, and mostly in a high state of eultiva-.,
ing work lately published in London, under the tion; the residue is.wood land, with a valuable
Sw o growth of wood. There is also about 5 acres of
title of Whims and Oddities, in prose and verse, alt Meadow belonging to the farm, which will
-by Thomas Hood. be sold with it. On the farm is a good. and coni-
Ben Battle was a soldier bold, portable dwelling, in good order, a large barn
And used to war's alarms and sheep house lately erected, with other ne-
t a cannon-ball tookoff his legs, cssary out-buildings, all in good repair; a never
S Bt a cannon-ball took off legs filling well ofexceilent water, in which is a pumnp
So he laid down his arms with every convenience for both domestic anti
Now as they bore him off the field, out-door porposes-also, two fine apple orchards,
Said lie, Let others shoot, one of which, mostly of Newtown pippins, snow
For here I leave my second leg,: just beginnins- to bear abundantly; two peach
And the Forty-second Foot!" orchards, witl -a great variety of other fruit, all
.T of the most rare and desirable kind. A constant
The army-surgeons made him lbs attention has been given for several years by the
S, Said he, They're only pegs ; t lc proprietor to the improvements, both orna-
But there's as wooden members quite in--ntal ana substantial. Any person wishing
As represent my legs!' such a farm is invited to view it immediately.
Now Ben he loved a pretty maid, By ,an immediate application an arrangement
Her name was Nelly Gray; may be entered .into for the stock now on the
So he went to pay her his devours, firnm, consisting of a most valuable flock of Mo-
When he'd devour'd his pay rno sheep, horses, cows, hogs, &c. &c. all of the
onelly Gray, best kind; also the,farming utensils, and every
But hehe cal'd onNelly Graythin complete for -a farmer. The road from
She made him quie a scoff: Whitestone Ferry intersects the farm so that at
And when she saw his wooden legs, any time it can be divided into two ftrms. A
Began to take them off large proportion of the purchase money maty re-
0 Nelly Gray' 0 Nelly Gray! main,on bond aid mortgage, if desired.
Is ths your love so warm For further ptrticulars apply to
The love that loves a scarlet coat i '\ H T.' GETT.
Should be more uniform u. "- -" "4 "" "h i"n
ld* Said shie,tI lovd a soldier once, .' eHti .' L -,. ,
For he was blihe and brave; 1' 10 i- ~' 4SLT. i.'
B u t I w i l l n e v e r h a v e a m a n . F.,-o .-'.n.
With both legs in the grave! .
Before you had those timber toes, .I,"l;i rtp 'adl pAd5 .q n 'uir '--r ',lad .
Yourlove I didallow ; _""-; ,i a":,.,, : -. f "' .c l :.-,r, t..
But then, you know, you. stand upon longing to and now in the possessiOn of the heirs
Another footing cow!' of the late Mr. Crips:. The Wood will be sold
tO .Nely Gray 0 Nelly Gray! sepem-at from the L pnd, or together with it, as
For all your jeering spee ches, shall best accommodate purchasers, aid on rea-
SFor al yor er sorable terms. For further particulars, a ply to
InBadutyos's cal I left my lhes ORSAMUS BUSHNELL, Esq. No. 2 lassau
In Badajoss breas truet, New-York. decll-law3nmd&c
'Why then,'said she 'you've lost the feet FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Of' legs in war's alarms, fVallinje Mill Sites, ara t s -.. Lot atl Wea?-
And now you cannot wear your shoes dna. near. t N sJL .
.Uponyourfeatsof arnmst F LEVEN M(LL-SITES, having pdweresti-
'0 false and fickle Kelly Gray -'n mated to drive 40,000 cotton sptindes. Al-,
I know why you refuse; .so, four hundred elgoat building Lot cdntit'ut
Though I've no feet, spsme other man ouS, being all the sites, and lots remaiting for se
Is standing in my shoes! i1 this tourishihg Phc.:, which is thought to
posseO s adv antages r'll I., maMtufactiring tlwn
I wish IIhad ne'er seen your face; equaflto any other in the United St;tes. It was
But now along farewell! corunmenced in 1822, and hIas already acquired a
For you will be my death-alas population of about 500 inhabitants, with all the
SYou will not be my sNell!' conveniences of a well established town; having
Now when lihe went from Nelly Gray, thee large and flourishing factories, with other
His heart so heavy got, a works, hotels, stores, mechanics' shops, and about,
And life was such a burden grown, 10 house -and other buildings, including a new
It made him take a. knot! church, shool-housn, and library. Thewate-
o m. d -.his tean cy power alone, being fully occupied, would give
S round his melancholy neck support to apbpulatiossof 60010 ii a .r i arid
A rope he did entwine, ve.y thing indicates that it willsoon be as popu-
And,for the second time in life, lous as Patterson or Pawturcktt, since it iswell
Enlisted in the Line! known to posses local advantages superior to ei-
Oe end he tied around ay eant, their of those places. The Lebtero desires to
Ande te n removed his pegs- prdnmte the rapid growth of the place to the ps-
Atnd lenl s w ere of, f course tenttofits great natural advantages for a mflhu-e
.-.,-f, h leg featuring town, and which he is entirely pttrua-
*" ".' '. as ofhrirs.. le dead timay as certainly be effected in five years at
Andl tl..-r. I Ith. -ll In .. am dead it/7fAy, w(with the present prospects for Manutac-
A n ri, l t ri tr..u: turingindustry,) bycombiningstrength and influ-
For tl...il. l-r. is'ad .:-' hIimup, eneei; and with these views, he is prepared to
It -.. -l',1 I: h-in d .:... r, receive able antd *'. ri r. r- 0 4 Ssociates
SAdozen men sat on his corpse, n .he property a te al- ui under a
T-- f end sTx onhisi arpel geood charter already procured, or otherwise, aSy
.A n'E I miriA i' tn -irA NUa'TU El may bethou -lit best,) and on terms that cannot

'. further particulars of his views, lfthe-.,0flly r',w
S "' "rr-aelr to. .- -ay other infomrittion raeardingfit apply to .
P Frt LX..-.-*1L ... P.. ...: L. JACOB T. WALDEN,
'.. s DI P r ,u .j :ib. r iii ei'-i..v :, A N o. 18 L..tw L -- lr. 1 ,
i, ,.r J nSeOj; e ., C. %, : 1. 1. oF t, faI or SSale-
...-- :&.- 1. 'R \LL & SON. J'7 -! .-L A i" in the flourishiigu vil-
3- lULL F'ii:.1.-. t .. 4-I-Y ... 1 ... d.-.- cito be thietbestwhfil-t
-' i\ tT./!LY COMPALN psivilegesin the harbour.
S I I UG COMPANY, 0 Lotson170and.71street, ..t.,-]I' .:,it
n i-.rI--1pri...;.i' .tHEwsTER,'s PATENwT IM- blocksof4,6 and 0lots.
S- L, 1 i '- .',.' -INNING FRe, and The three story brick House affd Lot, N 3
C-.- r.-. .... -1., .. 'h United States, ..1 .: Johnstreat-arra -
f tire- CorroN R oPER, for the territory ". a N." TO LEASEfi,
LEnT ],- PO O.th: e public against Tle MTansion House and Fanrm of 200 aere,
Ss to '-ha U.i- :so- a'- .hl aov ,e it alen'.J oh oof Walde, Orafge cotity.

"nabx- t ra s.iz Gndi vi.:.j:h1.ii il a i- l i' Chr d--------'
e 0 el a n- -I tI pi sIh D I `l11i M L IDotI it' d. "
S'al.Jir. ir Uas- t.eat 'rerin and on the lowest FLVIFTY THOUSAND DOLLAR PRIZE.-
1-tea. JO'SE'TIW 1TTRB.4RD, -2c'ry. A. word to adventurers, from Fortusna's
SdilUl.'..n, .1o inii.\- I *I. ItFr. ..t" 1-y aome." P. CANFIE'LD i. AI l-.l---.:a...ri, yes-
terday, of advancing *-d 1 r .ii h tll'. rthe.
.OO.- above prize m the Washington-Canal Lottery,s o. d
*n ,a nHITNEY, CABOT & s.O;No.1. Cen- bydhimAtifewdayssince. The holder of the other
y tril-tr""t. Bl TOerri. T es advances inl half (P. C.'s share) is also requested to present
C allCi o.i :ia sk... *: i..- grade; ant the same immediately, for payment.
M.ni AC1 1 'ljnj"-S 1 An excclentscheme ofal.'-ilr:., iti1--rA .ra.r
r ,ty always obtain from them a smly of To-Morrow. For thecapita i-:- .Ii ; ".i:
'DtOfXLS inf ti Ftecme, or stei-dtl, by Maesrs. 1- .., n.*i.h 4000, 3000, 195",1j i; la". a'.'
OAKiEY. O or send to P. CANFIELD' it, ,rl.... I t .
h I N'7w-Y-r'-. J pphv to tickets or shares, which office ever has been and
G.LO. OAIcE'Y, No. 4 Glti street, will continue to be, true to its motte; and which
iJet29 &ctf ii-e MaIlien ftane. office is never to be outdone, either in selli- '
l RONX BLEACH.WOKS, paying tte capital prizes. Store-House -
.7a An -a l FortuPna," and procure some ofthe Capitals th.t
PETER ,M. SCHEy K &n CO. a4gnevs, will there be offered you. Recollect that no lon
S No. 123 Maid-lan, (up sars.) ge ao than the 18th November, P. C. distribu -
AI RE in full opeqrationi, on a large scale, fr ted among his friends and patrons,arid paid,prizf. -
Blei-hmsin, Cal-i,.Ji.;-iClsansing, ndBeetlihg, of .$20,000, $10,000, -$5,000, &c. amounting i..
S.F,]uii -:.n....:J:-, which theyfinishand nearly one hundred'thousand.-.dollars. Sinct-
put up in the very best style, and with despatch. whichti e has had thepleasre ofdistributinm
G.idj. Lial ha-'s been soiled or stained, can be and pay ing several other valuable prizes-thL
e i'-Iua..rtr pul .p in fl]-....' Mrt-,si order, at a largest of whichwere as follows, viz: 1 of $20,-
snmaill.i .- f.- '. Goods ,tat1'ii.JI farBuckramin 000, in the Literature Lottery,in a whole ticket;
the best mantar. 1 quarter of $20,000, in thie Disial Swamp Lot-
Their Teoat, which comes in town daily, wil tery, in a whole ticket; 1 of $10,000, the capital
call and receive goods in ny part often city, and prize in the Rhode Island Lottery, in a whole
S deliver the same free of expense. All ordths left ticket; and all of the $50,000 prize in the Wash-
with thire Agents will be promptly attended to. ington Canal Lottery, besides a quarter of the
octt21 $4,000, a $500 prize, and many other valuable
.NESMNITH, SMITH 1e prizes in said Lottery. Also remember that the
*COA I MMISSION N MER CHANTS, above office is never to be outdone either in sel-
S hling or promptly paying the capital'prizes. Be
FOR THE SALE or not deceived and led astray; at other offices you
S AM ERICAN MANUFACTU RE S, may get blanks in abundance, butforprises repair,
135 Water, rconer of Pine-street, if you value wealth, to 142 Broadway. Orders
NEW-YORK. (post paid) for tickets or shares thtukfully receiv-
0"Reljr to- 'ed and promptly attended to, if addressed to ,

J Jnssoa Se SEWALL, S Boston jan 9 New-York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Jos* Ctarms & Co. rviden. LAWBOOKS.
a- B17 .. Ht arfS, Esq. Q c O HALSTED, Law BoB seller,No. 3, Law
w o PBuildings, corn-er of Nassau and Ced r-
FOULAR.S, &c. street off for sale the folio wing, viz:
4JEE,POWELL& CO.a.yvc opened and offer Baicon's 'bridgment, 7 vole.
&ir sale to merchants- Jotison's Reperts 21
2! boxes extra size Gorinan Faulath l Do Chair. do ;
20 cartons fancy chain G(nrgs Do Ditit do 2
3)D do do Cords .Cltlty's Pleadings *
e10 do Gimp Laves anf Frgygs DoCrim. Law, .8
10 do fig'd Swiss Muslin es on 1
10 do Swiss Cravats, worked OersL Brown's Chancery Reports 4t
10 do 5-4 do do Peere Williams, do 'do 3
And a general assortment of Fancy Silk Goods, Aokyns' do elms 3'
received by the latest arrivals from France. Cox's do o a
o 9-ep No. 162 Pearl-street. Cooper's do tin 1
nTI PAPER MAKERS,. CARD MAKERS rDo do e' 6
J-and others. The subscribers, Agents for Blackstone's Conuiinentaley, I i 4
the inventors, have fur sale at tlieir warehouse, English Common Law, I)
Tilt mItiLY Js'aoven PAPEt-OerTING rmuECs, Jaciotsh Law Dictionary, ii
sgo nco. N. Y., wlich, for labour-savine, utility. Arfhhold's ti n
liitlrertoinu'se. ROB'T& GEO. BARTOW, Do Crim. do 1
7 amid 9 Burling-slIp. Potlhr on Obligstions, I
AlsofSy7 4a-T by the inventor, and Messrs. C. Lord Raymont's Repo~, 23
&K.'.atevis, Flycr-epk, Ohsspgbco. N.Y.autl S. Strange's / do
C(. J. Sellers, Philadedphia. dl8-cptf Wilsdss's do


SLivlntz'S do 3
LANDS FOR SALE, Holmrrts do--T.u:-.:1i.. r w-ith a ,a-.
Or would be'E xMhhnged for Property in t ils City neral assortment ,of Engfish and American Law
A or its vicinity. E ...-.1 .. i ,, I *r 1 ii, o...i 14-d.,
A BOUT 4,000 acres of unimproved Land, in --- --
Crawford co. Pennsylvania, lying in the vicinity 1'1 Z,-.,L"- II '.I. '1 T-i;uOC.
of the '.:.urihmV.. 1 ill -ae.of leadville, where th&e JL. I." fL E. V. \\liI, I, 1:" B--a-.i.,
Count (-.':., H.)o .-: ,id a thriving College, are have received and for sale:. Text Book---conpri-
located. The lands are of good reputation, and sing Cuvior's Four Grand Divisions of Animals;
inu afast-settlingpartoftthe country. Willbesold also, Shawv" ;i.r.:.s c.l T._,,.,-., Ci. i, i. .ir., '
a goodba.rgain, or exchanged for other property according .:- ..: .:i--' 1,1 .a : i *, ..'i ,. r -,,
ImIqure of. B. & H. I AIGHT, Latreille. PreopaE.I:, ,'?I-. 1. ,.... r Class PRoom,
S- 7-1w6nmtl'' ., 7 Browdway. by Ams Eaton d ec26


AgL,RqAw CSO H Q Ri n PS,, VALUABL-E MSDICINC S SOLDIERS of the late War, and their Heirs 1
A CEI.EBRATED RElamiEr FOR COUGHS AND CONSUMPTIQNS. k- at l t.-As many of the soldiers and their
Foelt Coe/if, CiT7hi, s,-j.ir .", r dr i ,'. ; d'Ir HE uncommon virtues that. Anderson's heirs, for want of correct information, and under -r--jw' .c'
,J'ARCE a cI: ae of d .--1 u '-." Lt :t.: --L Cough Drops and Pectoral Powdelvs are ani idea that bounty lands are not taxable whilst 2.j '--''.I
0n' maybe cured by ;i.ii. .hil:,. 'i,..:. s- ..,well known to possess for tile cure of Colds, -. ,..,.,.-,, ri,.- heirs,er that atleast --:
rr.nl'dy. The pr1rprie i..r .'-. -v .. i. .- -*o Casghs, and other affections of tirhe breast aad r j . .... I.. .. r from taxation, all of
bi- a' sppific. but is sadtifil that it apprachJs i lungs leading to Consuniptions, are sufficiently w which is erroneous, there years only being allow- -'
uji'rY r to nup than aiLny tlhg of the ldrd which proved, from the fact, that they have now been ed, and one year thereafter to rudeern them fromi -
hlt come under his obserration. has beet.| in use for seven years, and that the demand for sale on certain conditions.- Many valuable lands
eVry extensively usgjl and with er raortlnhay them is still rapidly increasing. Thousands have having passed from the patentees in this way, orders in his line
su eks in the practice qf.-ehiment-phsiciaas. experienced the happy effects of this healing bal- and a portion of which having been pmu-chased C
It .-; ,-r,.a, il:r srnei-r.' tefl -. eli-'.: '... time sm, and great numbers have voluntarily given by us, and are now past redemiption-wishing to wariT IMs
or oplyi. ,iie ii-tri. ,at i.. a i. ..i u~- Certificates of the benefits received in Consump- exercise- a liberahlity towards a meritorious class Also-Town
o th e 1.-, -'si ac a is0-,.. ; :.- a 1-r, ', c..- t- ive Complaints of long standing, even where ofmen, who assisted to defend the rights of their ings,Sarveyors'
store thas ,,i1.. ", -'T-"!. .a.'ionr. H.dr-l -r ..f ...:- their cases were almost hopeless and where they country during the late struggle toconfirm -~e ed constructions
t~ teS--.-.t'"l, .:.- ," ,t ,.u- pl.:.c. ,-d-I. it lu t'. had been given up by their physicians as incura- indeiendence achieved by their ththers, we now
o6ny are *,' ..-,i ... a ,t ls,. aiolly .- bhie. A referenceto the Certificates accompany- offer to tihe soldiers and their immediate heirs, IYPROV
S'lfT iA 1 Es., ing eachbottle,givsnby thoseof tie firstrespec- si x months from and after this date, to redeem at PATA'E7Tw
TIP"-i.-,i-i'-c.-t Tt.-ml .iu-rm5 [a. I was aF, ability, will satisfy every unprejudiced mind of this office, on the usual terms of redemption, any
i-. i "Ir "a'" -a" 1. -" aIT 'i--.-- w fi r the wonderful cures performed by this Valuable bounty lands in the states of Illinois, Missouri,
oqb asionedv;..l.-rr iur- a,,-,^.-,lu-. .comut5 Medicine. Thousands have shortened their days and Arkansas terntory,that have been bought by
n nitj. sr';ui -1' il..J -1'..t breast- by .---". Coughs when first attacked, which us, or on our account, should the same repaid in
*Wtr. st f ,-r i r a'- '. ." i-i I.- I: -rd ofthe have soon terminated in a seated Consumption, our possession when applied for.
,erican Coug-h Dr6ps, I was n4ueced to give and proved fatal. Scarcely a case of Colds, Editorsof papers. friendly to the soldiers of the
them a. trial. After usigr two bottles I fo nd Cougrs, Pain in the side, difficulty of breathing, late war, are solicited to give the above one or
so much benefit as to be bible to r"m -a- h,-i; wantof sleep .t : ..r debility, or even con- more insertions in their papers.
n rss About threamnontbis aftrI -. .-.i sumptions, but may be relieved by this balsam M.YERS & CO. 107 Water-st. s'l'
yith aviplintcoldatteded with the saie -symp Each Dollar Bottle of this medicine contains Military and General Agoncy Office,
tl-s; when I ed. immediate use of the re.me- about 40 doses, which proves them to bo a cheap New-York, 'ec. 1,186. do ,
dy, a t df d complete relief fi om these of'ne Uedicine, considerimns their virtues.
bole; sin which timT, I have .a o rec For the further satisfaction of the public, the TilE LAST CALL. I
reuTo of thesymnptoms My health t fistime following Certificates arc offered for perusal: ER 'ONSt holding lands i: i... ....- 1, .
it entirely restored-. G~ORGE,-CLIN'TON. NEW CERTIFICATES. a free state of Illiaois, who ,a. r,. ,,
Middletown, Dec. 2 1 1. I hereby certify, that m the autumn of 1'23,in I axes, are informed, that unless the same is im-s I
.'....f... : '. o" "s'-r ... consequence of taking a violent cold, which fell mediately paid at this office, their lands will be i ,
1Te billowing is rr,, ,,, r.-1. 1-. ..." upon icy lungs, I was redct'ed by a hiarrassinic sold oi thefirst Monday of January, 1827; and
mTjaflcedrtifies,tIn : .. -..u ,, i'..-., .. cough and raising blood to what was considered from and after th 2th mnst, we cannot receive !'
--gs certmes, afflicted,. .ith the Asthma, (a-dr.. nyplysicians.an incurablostats. IMarch, thie taxes without adding the penaltyur ,nr-hi--'
i .s, .....g time aff'i-ted mimth the Astt ma, ( 1a 8 by d pr a boe fA n of sale to the taxes, to enable us to -- i.. n
"! th.... w.. ,.r v ,,n t lpn m, >rl,,. Cough Drops, the use of which produced the Lands from sale., We have paid the taxes in ad- .
,.:.'. ,.,, i -i ,,.l .......I,:..- r., _,t,..,,-. r r. C effects, miy counh daily became vance for most of our steady employers, to save
.. ; less, my appetite and strengt returned, and I tnem the charges, and hope it will not be consi-
tots/lit-> as4 i -in MaHt t enjoyed iry usual state of ded reasoale to call en them to repay us.
,"u ,,-in ,,-,,- r.,.,,,, a,,j ..?,. a.,'.. ,.. ,.,. ind at able and do constantly attend to Landssoldmin January, 11826, may yet be redeem- JOSEPHF.
n. ., -.- '.-_ -. my agricultural pursuits, and ;I ,. 1, ,1 ,.red at this olice. erPatent
uT. I,, I. 'i, z.,t. rl i- I tremarntnd these Drop.s to I. o iy MiAgenlitary and General Agency Office, the principal ag
l i- l...a..- .i i,.- opinion a most valuable medicine in Iomplts New-York, Nov. 21, 1826. St-el Bells, infcoi
-ly.:'- .-i.. -,,a.. ... '.,, Jdr.,- I r, of tue lngs. NATHAN PARKS. nov23 M. MYERS & CO. 107 Water-street constructed on
;,1,!-' .J r i' .,n, -... Red HoofK, Dutcliessco., Nov.'27,1824. APPROVED FAMILY MEDICIES, eandis then
I ,, .. ,- ni '. .1 ,. Tits is to certify, that the subscriber was W'T HICH are celebrated for the cure of, most possess al th'e a
.i;." I i, Iu ,s a. -i...... l- brought very low by spitting blood, attended "v diseases to which the human body is lia- the valuable pu
r '. .*r i.i i ,-i,- ', ,.. -' -. with a cough and catarrh, and that nothing af- ble, prepared only by the sole proprietor, reco nvnab lU
I,. i, ,,'r.-,-n .-I,; ..., .... i forded me real relief until I commenced taking T. W. DYOTI', M. D. A constant s
ha'Vrerihl n h.1. ,r. r-,r ." ui,-i.lni. ,. Anderson's Cough Drops, the use of which were Grandson of fte late celebrated Dr. Robert y,of hand.
tIllegr i.t-'ri -i r I i..i. .. ,tr j the means in the hand of God of restoring me 'Ediburg'h, AlsoPtent
e V ri i -. ,-i .' a .- .- ', again to a comfortable state of health. And for sale, wholesale anld retail, at his Drug- them, at -n exp
a ,. i ,;::.r.. And I do further certify. that the wife of Mr. .. .1. *,.,. V- l..... -... 137 and la forte liT
.> rit I.-., l L' .-. i :i r,. d i Na Ithlan Huntisgton, living in the satie place, was .. ... l I -streets lictionsrg
..,v, r...il, sno inst istahcs, s a affimted with a very bad cough for a numbcr'of'; a -- ic .. i ., i.-. rents and every Applicatios
notculre i. .'- ;.- -; .- years, and that in 1823 sae was reduced so low ... .. ... .i ., ..-. Medicmne thro'- NB All per
B dia, L \N .:. .. ...... .. i ., .- ,- i .ve,' ... -: ... ay be had, .if .gin upon
N B. T i- : t -,' .. ...... -I. I. Pamphlesp ts either in E ,lish, German, in so
i- .; .'i. j t *. thcfire, when she commnced tainmgA.,.I. .....- .. or Spanith, describing the qualities of New-York. I
S'a .,, [ i- ", 'in-- a -1' ait Cough Drops, the use of which in a short time so eachirledlici, with certificates of cures perform-
"'otlQ .ad .... '1'1, ...- ''1 1' far restored her, that she was soon able to do a ed, &c.&c. TEW MUS
S ... '. i p ,. good day's work. I can cheerfully recommend Di .ROBEzrTSON's Celebrated Stomachic Elihir IN byE. RI]
S.th isi medicine to the public. of'Health-for the cure of coughs, colds, ap- 1 My country,
NEW CERTIFICATES. Ashford, Sept. 25,1824.' PHILO JUDSON. lpiachingi consumption, h hoping couh, asthma, 2. What raptur
The subscriber having been for several days Pastor of the Church in Ashford, (Con.) pains in the breast, wind in the stomach, dyspep- seen, a ne
severely afflicted with tifluenza, accompanied FOR SALE by Messrs. Lawrence & Keese siaow.- I -.n-.li 1 I ,. -y, &c.-Price one paniments
with a violent cough, Joss of appetite and- symp- Kccse & Seaman,H.IH.HSchieffelin&Co. Messrs., dollar c...i r .. .-, i-.,. 3. Gildon's Fa
tomis of fever, was entirely cured, by using half a Posts' and Clarks', James Mellen & Co. Hfudson, DR..- .- 1-,-,. Nervous Cordial, or Harp,
bottle of the Amerinsn 'nihi Drops. From a stand by,.:. T-.i :i-i., the state. or Nature's Grand Restorative-Recbmmnended 4. Indian Wart
perfect confidence in .,.-..... wvpulidrecom- no--.:.... i ...a- for the cure of nervous complaints generally,in- as perform.
mend a trial of it to i I .ri:.! a s-ilarway. ROWN'S DROPS FOR ward weakness, depression of the spirits, head- Brier Cliff,
Middletow F- For Sale by MORRELL & FARMER, Concord. ache, tremor, faintness, hysteric fits, nervous de- 5. Riley's Prec
Middletown,. Hampshire. iy, imtempe-ance,ercirial disease, impoton- cluding T
SThis certifies, that! was for ninemonthslabor- r iIIS medicine has been known and used in cy, diseases peculiar to femaIles, &c. Exercises.
ing under a violent aflietion ofthe lungs, attend- JL this country for about eighty years; but no Di. RoBsrr'usoN's Celebratad Gout and Rheu- added Thirt
ed with riii .1 II Cough, and eve-, -1 ;....... 1.. ;-n been made to diffuse a knowledg'- tnatic Drops-A safe and effectual' cure for the 1st, 2d, 3d,
of the consumption: having madeg-out .'1- .-e it has hitherto be-.: ... mm gout rheumatism,i lumbago, stone and gravel, 6. Musical Insti
remedies, without any removal or lessening .r ,,-,, .1 to tihe re-ioni where the i*.,| w--llimgs adid weakness of the joints,, sprains, and tunedi
the complaint, was induced to try the American resides. The original recipe from which I ihe Ibruissc, pains in the head and face, frosted fe't. 7. MusicaHn
Cough drops, as last resort, and afterusing one trops atre prepared, was brought fromn Scotlam end -'riec two dollars per bottle. jy 14
bottle, I was restored to perfect health. nearly century ago, by Mr. James Otterson, a DIn. ROBERTON's Stomachic Bitters-Cetebra-
CCI I'gT.sILES D. BUTLicR. native of that country, by whom and, by whose tcdfor siromugiuenig a wetuk stomaach,hicreaaimsg H r- IIE
Meriden, Jan. 3m1, I ` recipe they were prepared as long as he lived. [he appetite, and a certain preventmstive against s | in"
- it---- -----i-bi; f h i ti-i' I,]..I: I 1 ,,thliB te r. Otterson died subsequently to the Revolu- the isever and ague, &e.-Price one dollar per for te, cure of C
Si. .--.i.. ...r and lion, at the advanced age' of 108.years, and 'the bottle.r the cure of
iany tuns oF ..iu; ..---- .-i.J a -id ofan recipe then became the property of Mr. Brown of Dr. ROBERTSON'8s Infallible Worm Destroying ps TlllorS,
approaching ..n ii.."..""" ..-I; .l...--i i.. make Chester, who iiarried a daughter of Mr. Otter-, -' I A versally esteemed for ".*
use of the -* r. '-.i, I:iiii r....-, and to milly son. From him it descended to his soni, Mr. Jas., 'i vrms from the h u- i, '
astonishlineai L. r i- ..e L...tIl. 1 wits ro- Brown, by whot the niedicinoe lusbeon prepar- pr -pacago; arge .
lived from I. 1, .. .1. e .r .1 a 1 1 21t ) -i i ..- for many years, but as hbe- m.. ..- -
healthwas |...l...':.l .:..l. a ..... ..., I.. m.iowledge of its efficacy lhas -' 2 'L** i. Ointment- For plea i I .
WM. L'''l0.1. been limited, and few or no exertions boeen made srlr' -* **I.certaintyofcure a' e cri
March 7th, 1826. jan8 *., *. ii i, .. ..i .i, which from o' .I..i.., -r -"" 1. '" "".dicine in use, for 1 ".
ar-.-.- t i, ,. : 'r. 1 r, r I 1, i !i Bu 'ne .i" I a *i l..ai.i .m I.. in curing the distressing t removal of 'ai, of r ,I.id. .,, ,,t, .com- t '"m m--
I 4,;l .. .'. r l -1;...- 1[ ay; complaints of Fits, it so justly deserves. Tie plaint. ihus no unpleasant smell, and nny h.- ti t* -
..;,-,^ .i l ,,,,-,,0-. I -- :' tm -. m-i Dr. medicine is stillprepared by Mr. James Brown, sd on the youngest infant with safety. i- .. nodteal until T
hluljm'- !,--ni -ua .!' .r ,.. u..simi.rb.1 Dr -h .11-. stalishing1 agencies in various parts ofthe uni- Dii. DYT's infallible Tooth Acise dro s.- come cancers
[ ir!t.tD.'C fisl 11Ai.el-SVS \VND THE ted States,and for vending said Drops. Fewre- Price fifty cents, small vials, twenty-five cens. (nevor longer t
ALLIN(G OFF OF THE HAIR. miedies have been, more generally esteeined for DR. Dvo-r's Anti- ilious Pills, which, if all and are certain

uni d i r tess the patio
P ROOFS of th-,.5- -.r -'ificacy of the VE- the disorder of Fits where it has been thoroughly -ministered in time to remove the bile from the s an vasnynum
GET.iBLL aEitL t .r- '. -r, ,ml-,, ua. .I It is not only valuable for Fits, but .i.- tT'' wil preen all bilious complaints, bmy othoe
-.* >.u a1. ,l ,. ,.* I ai i,.. 'z:J:*- I- --:= auaar used for various nervous af/ku' '- i 'l. I fevers, ague and fever, bilious cholic, tilebycthosate
J..,wore i.- ,1 it.- in --.c. -ii]i'i..n, s..-l-ah ii hrovaed serviceable in destroying phunisy, worms, dysentery, head ache, heart lesthepati
--ir......r.-i.. iI. r.--.: -- ai..r. -ri-'. 'mlR..T. -- b r- -. a Ti -,, I ,'- i p tro n by various ages and buirn;loss of appetites, colds and conghis,dyspp- Charles Kinh
and prevc r. .. :r ,r fillaing c ..r, ..rt. .1 where proper attention sia or migestion, habitual cdstivenes, &cr
Hundmlreds .: r. i a .f h ,. .t ,r.. ,, r I. iL-,,. ..-a : accompanying each bot- Price twenty-five cents pgr box; large boxes 50 Cov.DrTh an
i i.--------mm lum-U iaI -I.I- a Ill Fm it the public may have thie testiony m of cis.t Col. Thomasr
I. i. n haveusd i t, we give the foin D. VICKER's Embrocation for the Rheum Strry Clark
S. imilarkid tism, &c.-Price 374 cents per bottle. I hereby cert
.I..... t,. v.:f .; .:.... s.. .....It.1...-a. uii,>lIL:. FARMER DR., GonDBOoD's Vegetable Bialm of. Lift.- had arosecac
stance, capable am ., I-.... t-: I, H. April,1826rice one dollar perottle. by a sense of
I ia Balum of fberia.-Extiacted from an Iberian which operate
.T- tmi- m t u: al" Cos E iroy, HebronN.fragrant plant, for removing defects of the ship, bard and Carpa
.. ..- aim, ii m l.a ','a' I.i, prop.it asing tie comphexieiiri twodl Not longafter,
S..a -... n.,.,,,,',.". ,,I. t.. 7a--- ,,-,i ,,o certify to whom it may.concern, that rs r bottle. mplexon.Prandin as s
0 ,,. -, flr- r .-i i.-. ... i.. I ,.,".. with Fitsthe first ofSeptember, 1818, The Restorative Dentrifite.-For cleansing ingofDr.H. F
.: I ,a. r -, 'I t '*m i -ber following had one more. Frontm whitening and preserving the teeth and guns to him,and by
itir [h, d.l J.-, I' r.: 1 b-i l f ir... ,., haW T, ,,-1|,. ,' ,,1 1 i:.that Iliad oncinevery Price fifty cents per box. the cancer was
1,.;r ,_ ;,-, : a;' ,.n. v. a- In.. ,L' 1 ; II'". I -.r. -- l .... "mter. I made appli- The Circassian Eye Water.-CeTebrated for with slight paim
r, .I.. -.,1 th. ..M,. v.', "i a. Ol t iti cation to number of physicians, but found no curing mst disorders of t i Eyes.-Price fifty well.
n, i ,' r....I ,r, ..-,, -..rh 1.. ; .:I -." relief. InMay,1819,IprocuredabottleofBrown's cents,small vials twenty-five cents Scituate, R.
.-a .iL I., I. r. i,. l, -..ml i..i.u ,r....t, Drops for'Fits. I had one fit in June, and one in MA m 's'Approved Plaster Cloth As'overign
...ith, r, Id t., ..1..i; p ,r- n .':.m- i... a. havI look one bottlha any roalfthat tne n- remedy for allulcers and sore, soebr east, BYJudge ofthe Ci
o la'. uf.. f a il-Irt I C l u mi--....I mnokonobottlerandahalbf. Myi halty h sore legs,.swellings, sprains, cuts,bruises, painsi Judge oftheC
tends to resuscitate and excite the energies of the has been gaining from that time to the present. the back andbreast,corns ont th feet, &c..-Prie ty of Columbia
apillary vessels, whiicth constitute those organs It appears that the Drops effected the cure. twenty-five cents, fifty cents, and one dollar fo Rodman and
that secrete the mutter forcing the hair,:and like Hebron, Sept. 10, 1822. REUBEN COLBY. chl ,size Plaster. r city of Hudson.
many other organs of the animal body, which Certificate of John Whipple, Esq. Attorney at Approved and recommended by Dr. Rush and and to all other
have beoo ina state of donnancy or disease, may Law, of Hooksett, (now.vof H opkintoh.) Dr. Physic, of Philadelphia, and by- the most application and
be restored to their healthy action, and perform I, JOHN WHIPPLE' of I'ooksett, certify and eminentof the faculty in the United States. a John J. Miller,
'all those -fnctionslassgned them by ntre say, that my child was attacked with fits in a ve- D- Take notice, that in order to prevent ipo act of the Legi
Eldtei'y people, with bld heads, may rest as- ry dangerous degree. Medical aid seemed to sition, all and each of the above genuine medi- entitled," an ac
Cureta that by ayig a boxes of with above have had little or no m'ffeict. I applied to Mr. cines are neatly sealed up with full directions for absent debtors,
south irlbeutand life or with all itsBrown. and he gave me a phial of his drops, using them, and signed on the outside cover with ofthe psaidHa
wihlich I gave to my child as directed by said the signature of the sole proprietor,
I t.ud~ r thfa thepublihe. 1,o I,-._Ipiedwith Brown, and I have no doubt they were of much T. W. DYOTT, M. D to be seized, a
:1, in 1 i; : .l 1%1 ... o Agweots are srice. After administering one phial full to Since the introduction of these valuable medi- tian and Willi
..nt I:'.r H ', of -child, fits left ern, and she hias been in cines hao th Unied Sies of Aerica, they theirdebtswit
,- I. I perfect health ever since. have acquired the highest degree of celebrity such seizure, th
-r tWii m co Burgoynii lt i'l Chnagber-s tr Hooksett, June, 183. JOHN WHIPPLE. for their unparallclled success in alleviatine and mnan and Wills
South CaTlina; Dr. John Love, Baltimore, Certificate of Mr. Robert Buntin, Allentown. curing diseases, whaieh, min a variety of instances Dated Paens
aeent for the state of MaryIcy l ; Dr. Leverett I, RaBERT BUNTIN, of lawful age, testify and bad baffled some of our most experienced phy-
Windor, agents fo the state of Vermont; Dr. say that when I was about nineteen years old, I siCians. Te extensive and increasing demand dcc law3m
Manuel A. S-amos, Norfolk, agent for tice state of avas taken wits convulsion fits. I applied to Mr. tor them throughout the continent, for these tu'en -._dc -'S-:_d1
Virginta; Dr. Clharles Holbrook, Boston; Dr. Brown for his drops, and I found immediate re- ty years past, testifies their hateresting etficacy BOYorderof:
E. W. Bpll, Hartford; DP. John D. Phillps, New- lief from taking them. I am now in the fifty- and importance to the public. For families and [ of the Coi
lImrgh; Cireswell 'and Brice, Catsldll; Dr. John sixth year of my age, and never have had any individuals whose residence or circumstances county of St.L
Htut,,Hudson ; Pennimumh & Co. Alblaty; Bar- more fit since I made use of his drops; I there- place them beyond the advantage of procuring a all thie creditors
ker & Son, Lanaingbur h; Dr. R. P. Hayes fore can recommend them to the public as a val- physician, they arc peculiarly adapted; and for Madrid, in sai
Nalhville, Tenim.;Byers&Butler,Louisville,Ky.; cable medicine for fits. ROBERT BUNT1N. whose convenience they are accompanied with show cause, if
Field & FYor an,Nevw-Ofleans; Gile &Thomson, Allenstown, June 5, 18523. every instruction appertai uimng to the symptoms Judge, at his ol
Trey; Dr. Canfield,Newark,N.J.; John Pierce, Certificate of George Holigh, Esq. of Concord. of diseases, and proper directions for using them. the fifteenth da
Philadelphia; Dr. Josell Baldth, jr. Providence, I certify, that about the year 1794, I employ- 11- A considerable discount will be allowed to in the forenoon
.R. I.L; C. Dyer & Co. IMiddletown,.Ct.; Dr. ed in my office, at the Printing Business, a young purchase by the quantitry Merchantders prand those who ofr the benefits inso
Thompsqn, New-London!; Grissamr & Co. Nat- man by tlie name of Stephen Sewell, who was tede to by thi sqedcnesy Oreful promptly at- for te benefits
htez Mh'ts.; Wm. H. Jones, Esq. New-Haven; subject to epileptic or convulsion fits, and whose tended to and the medicMnes carefully packed and e exempted fr
Jamps Peaeok, Esq. HarHniburg; Messrs. Horn- health became greatly impaired by their frequen- forwarded to any part agreeably to direction. act, entitled, "i
er &Layhard, P;t2tbar','Pa.; Frederick Kinrg, cy and severity. On hesariig of the Drops for Fr salem New- Yrk by tle /llwinm- Druggists: ebt in certain,
5;[ohrristown, N.J.; D) -r Co. Bri.:..orr, (r : Fits prepared by Mr. Brown of Chester, (now in J.C. Morri son, 1e88 Greerwich -street. tedNovember
J. .;l.,,...ir, F-'.. hs ;r,, a r ht r 'bt -_.,. Hooksett) Mr. Sewell was advised to make use J. & A. W. B. Post. 41 Williamt. BY ORDERl
." D-a., ,-. ,,.I..,ti Io ," d ,tNat ewhern & Wil- ofthem, which he did, to the number of only H. H. Shieffehin & Co. 195 Pearl-st. First Jidge of
li-li*,.: i,.: ,rN I, ('.u,:.Irtii. one or two phials, according to the directions.- J & W Pfld 4 F tous-si.
i,',,.,,,,l.. .l.,'idtr, :oFihe Cerate should Hehad no return of fits after he began to take J &W Penfold, 2 Fulon-st. an for the ci
he kiown in-all pats of ti wOrld. the drops, and in a very few months he appear- Kee i & CSeaman Ivmarket. ln toJ.cobD
UL-FOrdelsw'mlhhereeelted fi;Qm-'n!lt'ari .fUb: ed to berestoredtoa perflectstate ofhealth. ,He T. M. Ellis, 38Wiliamm-st. town ol.Bufalh
United States, Carada, thl'bt.- IfJr. l..ra.Jur.r, 'continued in my family and office for more than & T. L. Clark & Son, 215 Pa-st. all others wnrn
Paris, II..lh.ri mu.i Li ,:a ..-,.:.i .-' m1' .:.'i. .-n -t a year afterwards, and experienced no further R.& L. M urra 163 Pearl-st. cation asnd ilu
the wor'.l, .1'- .t..i t.. 1'.t ,l t-. li. \rr. inconvenience from the fits, nor any symptoms K d .lMr Ray26 Pal-s jim judge, pumsa>
aI. th corner ..f ltr',,.lx,: '-i _ii, m m:'mr,,.r-,..i. oftbhe. return. GEO. HOUGH. Saddhier, Ray & Co. 78 Wilhian-st ine Le.usimi,,
Ntthw-Yorn; v.h., p' ,1.: -.,a n..lt... r,-l il, r.*-,- Cotiiord, .Jun. 24. 1825. H Also, at every principal Drug- Store in tlhis tHei L'eact
s\Aav-Yerlc ; ul.-:l u~a.:m. m s.i -rd tin xc. Cots ord, Jan.24. 15. '


tir:le,with promptitude, cat' and despatelh, agree- (LFSaid DROPS are sold wholesale and re- men" t- c scodingdebto
ably to directions. tail by JOHN C. MORRISON, Greenwich st. KENT'S COMMENTARIES, hath ilirlcted a
Price $1 75 cents per bok, and a liberal deduc- New-Yor'k; J. D. Bull, Hartford, Con.; at the Vol.1. .. within the co.i
tion made to country doalets. ct2l-3r- siop of Morrill & Farmer, by Isaac Hill, Con- *~ HALSTED, Law Bookseller, No. 3 Law unless ithe sai
-ROWN SH-EETING.'-10 bales Mattea- cord,N. H.' Also by appointment, Read& Spal- Buildings, has just published and offers for sale: andr discharge
wan 4-4-for saleby- ding, Amherst; Rufus Hubbard, Dover; May- "Commentarics on Anierican Law. By Jamnes s ftr this notic
PETER H. SH NCK'&, O. nit-Pd and Noyes, Boston; Moses Nichols, Hav- Kent. Volume 1. will be sold fo
decI 11 123 Maiden-lane. erhill, Mass.; George W. Hill & Co. Montpelier, coTri'srs. his debt.
Saxut b Vt.; Calvin Spalding, Hallowell; Eben. Fuller, Part 1. Of the Law of Nations.
(LOTHS.-Glenliam-Co. sup. Saxony black Augusta- John Wilkinson, Rath; G. U. How- -- 2. Of the Government and Constitutional "- 7
and blue Cloths; do. Fine black, blue and er, 0Brunswick; Merrill & Mitchell, Portland; jurisprudencee of the United States. _-OTTON
clive do.-lbr saleby \W. & T. Poor, Belfast; Bradley & Warren, -- 3. Of the various sources of the Municipal _l lnels inin
PE.ERIJ .SeOJENCK& CO. Fl. Asa Barton, Paris, Me. Lawofthe'several States. mon,forsaleby
nov 2-5 123 Maifen-lane. nov 1-laawu m clec 6-d&clin d 26


ELL FOUNDRY.
TUL i!ft HANKS, having re-
moved from Gibbonsville,
i ,,. J established himself in Troy,
-.,i Fifth-street, near Starbuck
w Gurley's Air Furnace, and
John C. Langdon's MNichine
Shop, is prepared to execute any
c of business, viz:
TURCH BELLS,
*ROVED CAST IRON YOKES.
Clocks, Copper and Brass Cast-
Instruments, on the most imp:ov-
s, &. &c. &c. je 29-law6ime
WED & WARRANTED
CAST' STEEL BELLS.


WHIITE, general Agent and deal!
s, at No. 213 Waite-street, having,
ency for the sale ofthe Patent cast
nins the public that they arc now
in improved principle, '- -ieh ensa-
rrant them; and' the increasars-
nost satisfactory proof that the'
Advantages and fully answer all
rposes for which they have beei

supply of various kinds kept son
Frames, with Hammers, for using-
ense not exc-.ding five or six dol
est size.
and orders will be promptly at-

sons are hereby warned against
'the a oresaid patented' iiprove-

)ec. 1826. d 18-d&ctf ;
SIC, Engraved, Printed, and S6Id,
LEY, 29 Chatham-street,
no more, sung by Howard, 25
e t think on time I have
v Scotch Song with accom-
for the piano, by E. C. Riley, 25
vourite March, for the Piano
50
Dance aid. March Grotesque,
ed at Chatham Theatre, in
composed by John Davies, ,25
eptor for the Violoncello hi- ,
Treatise on Music with Scales,
and Proludes-to which is
rty Lessons and Duetts, in the
and 4th Position; price $3.".
ruments repaired, regulated
n the best manner.
struction by
L' E. C. RILEY.
RE OF CANCERS.
Y F. SANDERS has taken roonis,
-'s Hotel; Norwich Landing, Conn.
Cancers, Woens, King's evil, Poly-
&c. &c. His method of cute is by
,' -.-'tables, and is ofso
. 0-,, iIi ;i-.been and maybe
-.., ill -: [a Iti u iii m L, .'- .
.... i, ti. .. l i:, .:,.- lh t iu l l
S r r ,,'.i .et
,'".. ,, h e be Ih l:s t

t has drawn out every particle of....
umours, which will eventually be-
re extracted in a very short time,
hani eight days) with little pain
ly effectually cured. Certificates
bbr of cures in Providence, R. I.
r places may be examined at any
fishing it. No pay will be required
unt receives a cure.
.REFERENCES.
icy, Esq. Norwich, Conn.
ders, 'Medfield, near Bopton, Ms.
s Chase, or. Evidence, R.I.
, Esq. V nce, ..
ify, that for 13 years past I have
ter in' my breast. I was .induced
my danger to have it out ,out,
on was performed by Drs. Hub-
enter, of Foster, 11 years since.--
, I perceived it again increasing,
nm in as bad a way as ever. Hear-
F. Sanders last summer, I applied
his strict attention and plaisters, -
extracted in less than a fortnight, i
i, and it is to this day perfectly
HANNAH TILLINGHAST.
I. Nov. 14, 1825. f8-ctl
R of John J. Miller, Esquire, First
court of Common Pleas ofthe coun-
a, notice is hereby given to Harry
William Crane, now or late of the
,concealed or absconding debtors,
rs whom it may concern, that on
1 due proof made to him the said
pursuant to the directions of the
slature of the state of New-York,
ct for relief against absconding and
"lie hath directed all the estate,.
nal, within the county ofColumbia,
rry Rodman 'and William Crane,
nd that unless the said Harry Rod-
amn Crane do return and discharge
min three months after this notice of
he estate of the said Harry Rod-
am Crane will be sold for the pay-
action of their debts.
nber 1lth, 1826.
E. WILLIAMS,
1 Att'y for attaching creditors.
David A. Ogden, Esq. First Judge
urt of Common Pleas in and for the
Lawrence, notice is hereby given to
s of Oliver Spencer, of the town of
d county, an insolvent debtor, to
f any they have, before the said
lice in said town and county, on
y of February next, at ten o'clock
of that day, why an assignment
>vent's estate should not be made
of all his creditors, and his person
om imprisonment, pursuant to the
an act to abolish imprisonment for
cases," passed April 7,1819. Da-
l0th, 1826. nov 21-lawlOwe,
of Ebenever W%'ilden, Esquire, .i
the Court of Coinmoo Pleas in
nly of KIrie, notice is hereby giv'
I.Van AI;ein, now or late of the
1o, an absconding dehsio, and to :
m) it rnny concept, that on appli- 4
ie proof made tsi him the said
t to the directioIus of the act f '
e ofthe state of New-vorknll, ti '
fill relief against absent and ab-
rs," passed 21st Mlarch, 1801, he
all the estate, real and pe-SQnal,
ity of Erie, to be seized, and that -
J Jiclib D. Van Allen do return
his debts within three months.
e of such seizure,. all his estate
r tlhe pnyioent and satisfaction of
H. B. POTTER,
Att'y for -ttach'g creditor.
FLANNELS-Amenrican Flan-
mitation of Canton, fine and corn-
7 '". G'l RTSWOLDP,
Uti Maiden-iaun.


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