The statesman
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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: June 8, 1827
Publication Date: 1823-1828
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (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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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."
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1, ,I UIES -SaNt .- FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1827.

: I THE STATESMAN: cndowfmnts. Mr. Spott, the lace Lord Chanicel- other. 'Without pretending to warrant the ail- ..-.! v'oor MIKn iKr- Cr!-- and Politics. C. Farrar; Henry Booraem, Daniel Center, J. M. gestioiiof hr; .Copley that t le meeting was ad,
Printed every Tueseday ,cl Friday, at No..16, in lor, reachd the Woolspack, foou1.iL o theicity. of it r i f le TII. c 1us,.v of the. stte,ofb .thark IAI inheto, J.. Tu;,er^, J :
thee ow Exchane,. e all-st. New-York, by an acquired an imperishal : esh cat*e a Iegdt *. .. 'I trade and politics in England from, .'a first-rate Roberts, 0. Carr. i.....
CA TER & T'. N' lSS,I i the hour of hier ;. .. e. .. .,. ... sourcee" andi ofl r:i I-lie,.b received" y i h el..... ... r.
Editors an. .. ., I,. 1" .., .... .to a Dukedom, and took to. the contes .r... %,,.l i.... i,...l .... Lithe editors ofIIL.: S .:T.-m:.ina ..a :!,i. ,. i b ll, y urery LardeiI that city, for the purpose of n : a. ..
rric$4per t i an n, payable at the exariration : .i. ...e ,, b. .!ow R.oyalty. 'y su c "-ire that they have reed that tle ...':.. yJ, not feel themselves at liberty to publish the collecting atd cultivating the most useful and '. it:'. t.....l,,,. .' ." ..',i -;i.. ,.
six months from the commcnacem.nt of the sub- priorendovents, Mr.Canning, alT rlong adorn-, tion already offered by England shall .r:..' iter's n e,- Ed. es. o -rnamittal plants of tiha.t country. 'Heisform- 'ea .. ," .. .. .. ,
scnption. If c$ ot paid wP'hm t.e yIar, .1 )0. tise aimCk of int, _t 1. he in-l l aap',
letter .,ona d.- n, e t ter Editors ft eh, t, s o d s"to e aln red the Isil ra t t the Grteeeks shall remain th ppende.iton er intended Dear Sir, by thenpacket ship Leedsa, n d t aifolilar. Persons i aethe United Sates ': r. L', '. -" hr. '.
at Ne-Yor, t. I of' l ..i ,..ol lions, till he has exalted even the namo of Britain the, ttoman Porte; and that an annual .tribute, To w.rteof the times and political creeds; desirous to enrich their liot houses or green houses a nucI" ret
s ix u.. il*-r..., willbe discontfnud 'tial t all m nthe pcoploof thoe Oarth, has niow mounted tobe paid Iy them, shall be dyfnitelyfxcd-tlat, H.-1.i l rRda,Rodgers, will follow so soon, witll these exotics.nniay b e supplied by forward Ioi." ti. .L"'ir .I-,. 1 *.-: .- 0m"r.ii. jnt n
itrrearages are paid. wit. the,! fst step 5 thd e political ladni er. Should 'as the l mixture of Turks and .Qreeks in these I, 8-.'r a me t..I .i..-| ,l.1 el ud ,Irs to, .oon. ing orders through" erchants at Laguayra. The ncy r tr: p.: .. ..,, I', ,. ; -.,- .i hnL !
-lll ttes.'- ..- ..n, 1 rjjoice in, .thus.in g c>ius ..- ;,..di **ors a -1 ; r .1 ...... ..;.. :ies, l. h ih, 11 te J..... r' ieget l.,ii .. .J .. r-on.,- t,....ical regions-are yb- *.Ih *.%.- ..rl I .;..*' ;,. I n, ec
P1,Y liffilult 'arid tryy "Th. tedy LifeGre shllre ain eents i\'I .cle -, Dea ',by -.hepat.atceshpLds g n'heU tedtalt',IL -d- I.,n :,,,,,v. .Tt.,: r Il .
NEW -YORK : an .. .1. Is -. ., ...notbenef it thecaur e anin t rtto en -lP ol! a d te hatJ. a n u t. tr1 iut.e s p lT .,Owiteu d f. l.. t .,: ,, .... ,'...'.'e : ver ,l"ult L o theie ... Thiou great elevation 1 ( .. .l .,,, ,I .. r, : .
TuEs. n Jr 5. 18 7. of ...... .. *.. i we not fool, without ty M .... ... 1 ,:i...l-, i..1 .1,.. lue ; r ... ,,, ] l,,ad ld II. w e of s r..-t .-.r- n I JIlr t .i Colombia, ren- f i b t.i r a
A the idea of odious comparison, that if tihe Larto shall be paid by -t.: i.... ud .,ih:.l ha ..t.i.t ,., ,ertheditfference irSlimatebotweeniriscountry ". ,,,.-rI,,.. .... tio, t p
es LATEST FOhnthe SolROBu ed d i isoier have- attained ther sspec that Hiexe tics mat.. pl Greece shal, w be named by ,, ,11. .,, .- .', I .: "-orkrs ef evil- thee at, n lesor' d ohan ir Ito l'e inferred fo o, ,- ,.-. .., :i. .. r an a
By tihe packet ship Canada, Capt. R rs, ar- iv pinnacles of hlonour by the foro of tcir ta- the Greeks, but with the co-operatioiothe o- he rk tory ..., .re. to thed--1. thediference o uti tude only. A greamany less l r .,
rvpd last evening tron Liverpool, the editor, of lents it is no l.ss to e admired when a similar "e; but the Greeks small have the free exercise So a o eth s,,,l, ...,,,l hit rollorn st,:f the producrios1 particularly the garden stuff.. e e- "' '' "* ,. hi
the Statesman received London papers to Ihe tes It houid be, beyond asuren- a ate and independent Adininistration-that, if The ae s soon foIlow'd asteol~ley houid- vici nit of cI d s,, ucM in was a r *" :
30- o f A april, an d Liver Ioo l o t- el st A M raejin- iiceious to denhy to MTr. C-anni n w-ha h aitso been the~ m;diIt-tion o f E-I+ ; ..,h -- be i L 1i, h rt ,It-ell ,Iri d ersto od,-- in dig enous ,i. b e ."t bc : a i ir .1, .:'1 m m any nd .:. .0, .-li
1 r" C e r,' f.or ni n ....' L o r d ..lo n ,a d t h e I D e o f Icc e .t e b y tho ., ,, ,1 ...',. d r 'Ir et I.a,_o f g o.o d ...,ae.om e t i o n ,-re.,
P r-Ald, Petorng. ,ost, Ne im, Suo n. Atlas ,n ..., .o ;ti .t .. o al eo nas,.r -i- IT... .l t J- le ., n td .;. Ic.,, r,,_ of h s who ,... ...1i .. th1Ih -l barlk eoer v bu ,, T 1., Ihr n w n, sa tron .t waQlh
Sell's Life in London, Joh Bull, Lloyd Liet, constitt a di or ia Gpnera, so ought the p barticipati shall, however, he previously de- .:i r n. Pr. l...... theIextrifur .l.!. l.;r, n -- consr '* b "* ab nh "0 uned
I hLondon Pri e Cb rent, Liverpool Mercury, il- co" ,n -inh- l its judges and its G"on alsl .. ..1 a C..., .. L.. .. ...... .. .... r ra ,u ..... ;;.. har,' th Sou. ,,* a r h.L
ling'sAdvertisTr, c, .icrcial do. and Albion, c .sc d g "Thati cse th Mdiaion ouldbe de- eten [Froithe New-York ourie.] hadnowcoenay at hatwas
estecewhich they have p on the ies of the Ex- ,al" cliCed by the Prl, i without regard o the state .., :-. '. .:...,.. Grn' vharf, .rt the South .. arid
clhian e.,Subscription.IeadingRoom. .to the development of every intellectual en r- of the other .:..... i... .. I,,,., I .. ,-. elisi bu" v .ir 'l n i, .; o ,, ri.r t- uedred n h fte 1 t b De'ember ','
England.- The.new" M inintry has I at length y, and to tn e consequent prosperity of the na- t andi n l a, .. .. ,. success ot. -G .t ,- .. lo-, be Comt a red wliere nei. r, e noa eve re
.a, I, ,,,eo:.I Tlhe Courero tbore tur saysder- Ilis estitatedin the Liverpool Albion, that the Points as the basis of the reconciliation, and epr- or"-t fo legislative .,, ., .!, anad corpd- claimit. t. "t' .
Ie, -S-t. t a ..n y enableved to lay before our readers t,. .. ,"f, p o n w.t t.m c,, i e .o' rom ote- ,'. ., .,,., ,'r, .' -- wate' ]: .l.. ,.. er, I .. .. ..-. .. , ..- r n rl. :.
an official llist of the m inistearial -arran em en s m er of p rso s have em grated t ,,, ngly :,,,.' t t-o, ,,. ,,,, --,,, i ,,a ee .. ...' .t-e,: ,,y,.o I, ,--_ ,. _,.. ,r. r .ul I,--.. llu..,, ) I. th ", .. .. "' "I':, r, '. ,. .. ,l :, :,.i.. A
Which have been so lonoe anobioct of ah xious ex- th" United States fionl Liverpool during the m i .,. m ad ,.. .. '.. I..' ,of ", H ew .. t,,_ b,:n- 1..r, t,, :: tr ,.;n : ,- : e o ,, ., ,r... r ..:11 b ., i. .1 ,,. .J in ,. dl .... .. ].... "... .? r h c.-
.pe et tion thep arto t t e publi: m month of A prii i: nearly 1,300. deter nation of l.- t .... ,- :. ..I ,.. l: rritory r n ,,.. :.,, ,. ,u 'J lir.J...u[.h i '.:, .',r l ..l ._ .-:, ,...h ].r I J1 l : .... II. I n .,-1
o, :tpectationehon tlopartoi lhe; pubic: A corCo r d JI onohn ull, the ubile e at on the Continent and in the Isli.unds--that tIle ,,re .. ,-. : ,, .' .. I -d :.. I-r latli ld.e "-',.'. have ). :. ,:..I, :l.o. ...r ],,..lh I,= ,, l, Hl -0 1... ..af. tI.a.I..: ..i .ou1
LIST OF THE ADMINISTRATION. Stratfrd-upong vo in wa ll, tei o a tht wo Powers will not set k to acqtire any increase The C'.. [,..' ,,, I. ,a ,e of a -In h-..u,- 1.:-li-ld from want of confidence, are row laid ,,I n..:r Lt, ...i,.,n .1, ,oi n 1, I .. inpl.
THE CA ET tratfordupon-Avon was a traves o all thaof territory, exclusive influence, or co.immerpial And a rm v.e -ll lk .ur .l.i .1, : ..- : andtlie hand of art ap- 4 :t...n. ... .. ,...r t. .-.
P Pss; should distinguish a comnmeiioration of the vene- advantages, for their subjects, which mihlt not .,r plied to i. i:.'- ; source of wealth. We, accept th.terms proposed.. Had '- o ..-
Lord Chai cellor,Lord Lyndhurst. rated bard. The editor adds, at it wasin all be obtained by r... ...1 ..- ,1i, I r You wi t.. .'t.. Freight, and your seamg n :haveviewed l .... .h.r r i'r. i, i.. .. ... ... :- ,i a .... .. r,.. ..- L..., r-
L ord P resident, E arl o .o i, ".: '. a bad edition of B artholom ew F air "." desire t cn" r ,..... ..., i .. .... .1 .. ,,, "| Th II .an.-L t S r ,: i ,,A .. .. I. h. I,, i- ,- f t,l l. .H ,,,, .. :.. h' i, r -
Lord Privy Seal, D ko ., 7 ..... the pre m ary ., .l I, .. .. The baneful efI., lf-ects of It tropical Sun. .: : .. l *I ... rp .. .. .. "" ..J- .. L....I i l "
.,,,,,.: of the Duchy of Lancaster, Lord W e have only to say, that such afcstival amounts mumicatedto th ...... ..:i' .. .... ;L:.-I..., ... Asto Timber: and Lumb rth,.H '. -..- hr i,, ..:.,. ; ..i This-compaiy is incorporated with -.i. ..t ,f .. ... Fi 1- l. :,-, ,.ir.r :.o i..r ,
t,': .. l, to a profanatloi ; and that unless the arrange- Par"s, with tli. ". '". .1 1 1ii u. n ":. 1 ., \\'.1| .'.. I'. t '. i..- Tre'I ".], a competent capital,for the purpose ofconstruct- i: '. ,,"' i'. I:,l, y t : :.:,n severed-
Secretary of State for Fore ign Affaire Vis- me nts arc placed under the guidance of genius with Russia, I..,..... : .. r ,, '., 0,.- ...... ,, ,..,, ,: : ,, ,,,, ...',.l ..odsintherovgh, i,,." ..,i .. .- Ih. m..,It, ,.fi'- ,ytendevil 1 r .T, ,.* c I." bi native land--.
cou n t D-ud ley iid atio n of ,, ,I ,, I ,., ..... .' c t d. : T Ii.a o.i:T, r. I;il I .,i :, hl d d o n e rw ell en ou g h ". r.,:. -.: :.. [l -, ,. r,.r ._ d .,-_. .ioo.r...o, a.It-e .a- n -1,.-. .-..- ..; _-l ..i.. a.. ..:i. .r 1i- .": ,,.. i .;
secretary of Sat fr the Colonies,V ount attem tase it is fit tt cbrtion should be ., ,, ., .. ,. Butthe terrible buz about cottonand cor, .. .. .. 1.... -r .. : I. open an Lord r,,:
Godericlh. .. .:. guarantee."--llgemeine Zeitung. I. ri,.: .i..,:,'.,.:ul,.. tr .- ,,.:.,l forlorn easy water communication from the 1u 1 .-, to [From th'e Boston Daily.Advertiser.l,
S .. coriONEns. France.-A number of tthe opposition members T.nDQ; N., ,,i rl.30. 'f*h.. l.,,,l.I.ur:,. l',*-.r ,,, ..,n g rain, the East Rivpr. This ,o i,,,n. l-;~'., we can safe- ,Tefneral oft. William Philipstoolk
". r.:iir .F -lato for th,o meri;e Department, of the Chainbr of Deputies, among whom were ,r ,7. .d ... r -Ti",. .h...,,, it ap- \,dh.. ...t.,.ret,.l.r i-,a l., rrisegnagain; ly predit,'will bring ......ij,.nl. and honour to -L ..'. T' l ,. l.Jly nly-afew2ofhi,
,. :-. i; ... rilliam Stu-rtes B ,ourne. noticed M essrs. Lafitto and Constant, had at- I ,._,h ... I whatever the pub- ...,: Tl .1 'i. ..: .n..r: .hl r, _,,: ,,,...d. *i-. r.; ....1 ,. : ,. .1 ..
WilliamHu I- sson: r rate, it cets it scarcely any botl y' at a .1 i "" ."C. on -r-. Ce.nI-... .... .:. t- for m niti l '.ividoal ern .
President of. t.he.noard of C control, the R eight the C court. Chataubriand, 'w ho had not been "ion. T here w as a general opinion t hat the T o ra or l :.r. ._ ,,hi.,' : r,' __.hl o 'd.. i "*"". l.., ,,l j ..' h.: i. J but the ..-.her .:l ... ,, ,,JT .IP r' -, an m ne_
Hon. Charles Wm. Wynn. seen at the palace inc e his dismissal as minister Marquis ofLansdownie would have ia ken office, .'.'.,, .. l...: .: r .bu 'T' "" -.:_,,. winding of the creek have hilerto prevented bo.c. of hi' charities eave obtained I
: Secretary at War, Viscount Pahnerston. was also of the colnpany. Thisscurmstoblieanl but scjh is not the case.--There arethose, in- For'ti lui..-i .:. ,,.r.li,.'t. ll n 'k. n Ir,, ,; any successful navigation upon i-t In conse- -cheduio., to e i, so. far .as the -ub:.: ,
First Lord of tile Treasury and Chancellor of mn t o ot 'I ma' s. deed, who all a.lIg prognosticated that his As to Pot 4pd P...': T prI h. d ,ll forget" qunce of these difficulties lil our North River '
theExcheqer, te Right Geore Cannin odd movement oLordship would not connect himself with what WhatI wrote yor. .:h-h:. the piece produce and timber, the greater part of whih s cocere. .-
S OT IN H'iE CABINETA.' By the tables of population just, taken, it ap- they call the rump of the Pitt Administration- yet,' used on the East River side of the island, is i- f,,T /.-' .:,. .,". 1-', t. r ..'Iii
Lord High Admiral, His 5'.:, 21 if. h. ,:: the pears lhat France at present.contains 31,845,428 an Admiistrationto which he (for niore than a Indeed as you yankees aregiventoguess, br.-.,u hi J....,r, ,. N,,, ii. ;i.:.,-,,,.:,i, r,, ,.i, ..,,,,, !-m.) 1 i ,, 11 do'..' i] '
S Dukeof Clarence.' souls. ,Those of .Paris amount to I 1-.. "'" Arofa century)as been in opposition.-- Iqnotewhen'Iluote-"-be.thesamemoeorless," 1, -:oulbrs.i,. l'.1 I- I .....r,,, .. Gospel 1 1'
Master 1 r M quis.of to 00-of Marseills d o 1l appointment of Mr. Sturges Bourne as sue- Since wereI '. :..n .,.:..i l ,,...1 ,. trade, "t .- I .. .itanties of tirt.r .r :. lil- O,..- .. ,
.B. l So Lyons to liu5,00()-of Marseilles a6.000-land of cssetof Mr. Peel, appears to have astonishes ld Ishouldrun .-.-Il ,, ll, ,.'L r.i.l. nit, bread, ..:..".- i l" ..f the north, ,;,-d.l ,1of rlI, 1. r, ,,.l I,, f ; .
"; i',,, l-r l,,:,:,, ,oftheIlousehold, Dukeof Bordeaux, 93,0(000. everybody. .ButMr. Caiming, it is said, frolm Monopolyno il,. ..Mid'lh, ,Il,, used ourshipyaids, are left po. the .westsicde .,. .. '1
SDevonshre. Spain.-There is nothing defiite from this thisand the Treasury apontents, as ell as The big fish are driving ussmall ons away; of the island, several miios frne place were To the Massachetts enorl Hos
asterof the Hors, Due f Leeds urt Someofthcorresond sofhe Par tliat of the Foreign Scretary, evidently intends Now this is a Circular, forit has run it is used, and in inconvenient and exposed situa- ital for te relief of te Sick Poor
Chief .... or: L dthe Lord Liet. rIreland "tr. o e othe correspondnls ofi tie aris o be all It is still ; onfidenrtly ass--ered, Around many topics without louclingone tions, aljvofwhich hasto be.pmbarled o:1-..i-...-. p.ta I t e relief of the Sick ioor,
thieo.r.l Lor it. of Ir, 'n, papers have giving cutofan approachingstorm however, by the now Prener's f;. .i i, i ed and towed around the Battery. Produce Tro,',, ,, l,'t ion 5, :. '-
LA ro Ns. but teir fts are scant, and do not appear to will be strenuously supported .S. r Colburn is absent but sends us ad- f rom the shores of the Hudson intended for the : Eduoaton Society 50(
A,,ir~t.-f t'ir'F .[i i .iil i .".' warrahtsu-ch aconclusiln. without whose assistance; by the way, no o :, .. .. :r..r- States, as also brick, lime, lumber, hav,
.. | r otu al e cl o i seems to think he could carry on the Govern To out ou ,ths when we're uotig a i .r the southern market, or consumption in T ,' ?, '.;,. .-* ,.-." F:.. ;. *..,,
S .r Pou he advises fo hi country are nt a month. this city, the yards for ..,;, .. ,. pack-. ...,..-
S.l,,, r..(;., i -'. [-,, .j I. not ofimportauc. Th money mare.h. l.. i. rdeproscd, As fractions when vulgrar are sometiunes com- tsfor their transportatic.o-. ., .. L iver,
i, ,.. ,, .i ..... eece.--A gentleman who has recently arrive consequence of the .. .. anner n must necessarily dobe th southern point of the:
L,. .,i".. .. ..:-.I ... .t .* : ed at Paris from Constantinople, in an ofiial which the Minisl'y has been made up. In t ihe .nteo fl ms' ricalnd conf., und, island at an extra expense hnd loss of t 1me. If -- .... "
lII-'.:,.I; I tine In Lord We have only to say, ta It 's of thee miaorninit Consols weredo at ,"-2'. 1 I : f .l.. l: ,. I 9, Spuytendevil Creeals w1ere navigable to",H.r.em I ""1l`.C",:""~'Zli ..
,-,,. t'.; .:", .*.,,,."....- eatadiy, asserts, tbat none of the Powers havt d"" :I of th ... Co Ls w .re dorA a t tei onxt ll be 90 tbo 9, S Cree igor rled with

re It w, ', .,. ...t -" gulge imputcd to lhom on the ,. ;" t lhen fell to 82., afterwards re- But ecill numbers are used, River,Lthese articles might be carried at mucllh O fOl, AII. E- .,ORD.
i,,._,- ,..i-., -; G-.,-r. C,.i .t......... -. l but that they have declared covered a little, but filially closed at 82- to B.-- EVER THINE. less expense, andi delay around thlie north poniit '. -.
S \....l. :,,,'..-. M .. Lnowledgeher on her oblaning In te Consol Market it is, in fct, political Liverpool, May ls, 13 M.' of the. island,and deposited at once in the neigh- LIVEReOOL MARKET.
v. ,, c e fr',., ,a.. ,- .o, d. '., ; f.. t. .a fcl H adds, that Lord events against e abundance of money and the bbhood were they re,wned. is also wel I -... .V,., ,
,.-,' ...' as it is believed, to strike a Commissioners cash .box. To-day, however, A.rretdAdmiralis said to be a ilmo Ad- known that thee is ah extensive commerce car- :"N-.' .. .. ...r, i ...i I:i .. ..
i ...- ,, .. ". ; o plans in vi-w, either t c. I ,i .. .. Il.. .. .1 I l ,, ii.. .'.ii miral, andif dismissed, is said to bo laid on the rid ohbyourinerhants on the I i ; .- : i continues undimini .'. i i .1 i,. ,1 .... ,1.'
.. thcunf gypt, and the -. .. 1. ., 1 1.. ,.. i l,, shelf. ,. .. .n, ,tis of the north. r l .. I. m eet a ready sale in i,,. I, .,,'. ..:r s l .: ..1. 1 .
dl, ,-,, \r.u. '.ow oes r ..... ... .. reesfrom Or Ae or The heavy stocks havenot fillensomuch as con- 'Ir.Peel wa "Seretary for the HonDe- i...rlr,,l iu:r. be greatly increased. Our Con- C.:... iri.. during_ I ., .,.: i -,.
not appeal.'' .i b t. live the sat- i .. i .: lack Sea, ... -l... sols. Tile Four por Cents have been down to 98,, partlment." necticut friends 'have repeatedly agitated the in i yery lang'uid an.i .i:. ,..' ,. ., ih. i,.
isfactiion' state,, that the noble n -l s ':.,C", '... J antae of its defenc.less but they left offl at 99. India Stock w(as statio.- MiM. Stevensin a late Pamphlet charges Mr. question or a canal communication from the attributed to the tra: ,,,'[.r..h... fi "
re, ; ,:. .; .-,: ,port of tuation. nary at 46 to 7. Eanik Stock is a shade bet- Hdskisson with ruinii g the timber trade by ex- Connecticut to the Iudson on account of the the l'st two moniths,:- ,, ...,. ., H ,: h .,.'.,
Ini ; I -" ]' It Sis tasaid that fds have been sent to Redschid ter: it is quoted at 203 to 204-. India Bonds have cessive duties. present circuitous route of trade to thenorthl; in the interior is'-es:, it....l t.. t, i.;iii t.,.'
v" r l ,1 0,::' .:thc me- Pachato enlist 10,000 meb advanced from 884 to 694. iAn amusement of children who sit on the but we are inclined to thmk that :i,. ...i,, larger than on the 1st MIarch. The inefeasctd'
----- .P -y FI -III', I "i- r 1 th East Jp This I I call ,afe-
rI I. i ..f..l .. The t,- Tea corvettes and two brigs are ]..I..r ..oy in the. Foreign Mark-et, business has been etrewhities of a plank propped in the centre by contemplated.panal will supersede Ith, project. ,gand anxiety o ...bi r." to selT" has also
S" r' .:,r t' ..1 1amber t ~ .." .r Ipalacc, a.nd l.. ;', ..i, ,, i,:'1.....,, ,,.- '. .: .,u.'AI....... .11 ,,,.., 1:, which a horse, and ascend and descend 'lter tely by Our city, which for a um er of : p t has- t ded to lesen the operations and prices of
1' t ...' i)..- B a .. is | the irstgood w d underthecom m and of N ati *, ': 1,,- ,,,'" he lp of tieirfeet. L.. been' grow iing on tahe ,i.e t side'of t e island, A m erican cotton ...' ,ii., r,. 1:. .] ,i ,. i.,
i, '-... ". *'" ,1,1 n ,,'.. .r il Bey, who is appointed se'ashier of the fleet. It Mexicai Bonds are a littlelower lo-day. They |]A celebrated youthful calculator. seems lately to have taken an active start upon middle aind lowiv .'1,!i.., ,_,1 ,i. r.. ,rl, .;,I.'
S i .' is thoIrht he will .I ...:' .. 'yra, to land in lo.-. .1 ..9 Greek Bonds continue at the East .iver side. The location of the Dry per lb. lower then ... -'l ,. ..t. .-n :-
ii.- ,,, ..,,, ,-.., ,' ,, latisland, which ,: ,,. for the com.. 15 JI. -.V .-nzngl erald. e Rubicon, fro Havana, informs tht Co has materially addedto this spirit of im fro that day to t.. I .. i.. urt
.,.,-.'.i,:'-.- 10 receive these noblemen and en- rnerce nd the supply of the Greeks iI the Ar- i s a ,-prel 27.-5 per contslo00f80c Laborde's squadron arrived therq on the 18th provement. Buildings and mannfactories and too-rly8650an.d.:.....,,,: I-' ;:i .llars,al l,
ll..rn.:r.,.hs i .:n in., n.;,; .,d ,-. have retired will ipelago. to 100of 95c ; 3 per cents 70f90e to 71f; Bank ult. and that Con. Porter had left Key West. particularly saw mills, have greatly increased in a 17d; 70 stained .. r, ;.; i-i" |.1 ,dh, > ,t-
.-. .. l. 11,. .. their respective A letter from Constantinople, dated March Stock, 2020f to 205f. this quarter.' a 7; 1580 Orleans, 156(i, ; .,:.ia .1-: .
offi Scs, wh t .. .11 .: r is *o nsfer tiem :26th,says:- "The anxiety excited by the neoBrown fro Vera Cruz, rs to the The Baltimore Gazete' states that somebody As to the practicability of this canal, thereap- Alabamas, 640, 6 1-8 a ,' ;. inl h-o.l-,
t h atnds .. W t, ic ; un:cesso rs. Some tiations of the Russian and E ., ,.:. hi .. ce me t t outtMaelhml's persno doubt.-ra. Thebground has been well ex- 8 a 9; 40 Demarar ... ,d ,.
members of the new Cabinet will afterwards be arisen to the highest pitch. ",, ir:, I .. .. 5th ult.ure received. The Jove,, si.,.c,.t -....ha I .h. pi s aeoered the aelingof the exhibitiolens peod by soient.ifie menu and the result his been 800 Egyptianr ; -. .., l ,.l ,, ,: ln L:,,-
sworn iE i of hies Majeisty's. P.Grv g Couniz, and refuses to allow any interference. T he irritation capture, liad arrived. A convoy from 1o.. ,. r, I,,. P, ai tiotl rr,.-, account of the small amount of the gals and Surats, 4;i, :.. lIl : ,..i, San."i1 .J:,,
*take ilh. h ,, ,, I.^ of the M ussel....... .,. ii, r,.l ,,- i n icca- ;. i,, ,,i,, ,a,, r.., ,,.- i i,,. ,.,.. cr. y hu.dEvery ,0 n .ws If we mistake d onb-ot, at least a expense necessary for the improvement, as well as the 28tli were esti,0', ,. 3-.' : t -.,I ,e' ..
.. =,, -. "' '' o sod by the neo .., ,h ,..,*: ....... -.. .It :- thing wa, quiet. The U. S.s chr. Shark sailed urmdr.dulzlr *J ea. ri.:: were made long be- the advantages athat will result from it. Spsytn- terday at 2000, 1nn ...I. .:ih ltr. a t': d.. Th'
We:l :.1 .;. l, h -",,'r'.,',.,, now f t- saidthatthe .. ,.- I, .2 ........,,,oved,but forefr.'om t.l pe one c on t h A prile o t ti d Baltimore! The devil Creek is a broad, deep basim, ..th t ot',. ,,,1 ..|.., ag .. i ,, ,.... ... -specu"lator-d. *Th
N resined.. i,... .....i ofillhealth. Aimament om Sacficios a crz on the 30h April. abundance of water, and an excellent harbor; :i.'I,' .:.., i.. It. tihe7th iult. was 16,63
Itcombines those qualities which are wll cal- of ail kinds are goineon with the greatest activi- The affairs of Durango had been settled to the proofs the thig. and the level is such that not a sinre ... ... bags "

rradtedo ir b]ic confidecesand w e : ., e departure of 6,000 new troops for entire satisfaction of the government. A battle Park Theatre.-Lat. evening Mr Macready required The location of ta" pt -of Mana- The sales o r ,.i,,:r *,,-:.,.'l,:"..- ',:l \ pr.o-
.,yillPossessd antdie' Ine g a thStenioneey cabopab f ,p o',e urgedd wi th m rui tdiiesn1. Tenty was fought on the 23d March between the troops appeared in Macbeth.and Delaval to a.crowded ssdt. ... r7i.PI I I .II e. F m -AoI cI.-L- 1.
Ma,,,,,;,, e-.best interests of the Empire. "t-e ,. I, Y -, ail, will be ready to put to .of Quatemala and those of St. Salvador. Asl. r h...Si.:. His performT.iane., usual, was much ,vest, apd ti, land in the neighbourhood is near- bls Boston Put at 27s-; 65 casks ,riJ.ln-ri,,l.-,f,,
f.i.. Gaz eotte ., :' ,h .:...i ,n. i L.. s sa 1 ,, ... These preparat ons have an obstinate struggle, the latter.were completely applauded. After the fallingof ,the c retain, he pl ,,i,'l'i.].'. .r.., r. *,.l ....i.mand- Carolina Rici, at" i9s at S Ls't; '2"'z -; .[-[ .Ial .
S" ... k I, -. on i, I c, ,,;,,.. l.i, ,- ,e bt .. m .. .. --h. ....i. I o l ne a r 1s i .- ..,, ib.e;.pad c e L sn nle -t\ h ,, I ..:._, ,i .,:... ,, I l, : .tlv A ,n.". i s, -| ,, 14s 6 has boen obta tued.s' b atAh,- ,i.a ,n
I : ", .' i ,: 'du ..., r .. .." doubled. By an arrival at Philadelphia from Gibraltar, in g neat a rss place c nnot but thriv A -.: l.:.... ...: t -i- is saleable at .42s ier I. .' .r'I'yelIow a
'|' ir ',' I :':'J a',t'': in'.ot':." d.':.. ,a., *,l On tHe 4th of March, the Ottomran troops at whenco shc left tohe 2Ir Aprila a d n accounts are re- _,i.sad nm; derstaled, ai ady on foot. A largeand elegant 37 a,38s. "I 'I.. '
.,,,, ., ,,,; r,..l ,r ,,;...i 'the a gnt tHonoura- "a e" th t ,r whi r I r ceivod that m any towns in Catalonia had again meaga ,n ds of aa audieu e before titTudifg on Iheir to tly to ti point; md-t e whole concern benff bls. U S Pots. S .i blhs n ia .,l- 1,
]. ..... _o .h nmg Francis. atlaniel Co- ,, ,,, ,., .... ,, ,, ... ,,f. iou" risen in favor of Carlos.. Considerable inipor- notice. F in good hands, we look for something from the Pearls, 160U eS Pons and 100 irlE. Our t il
'i -r F- ... -. ,, ,,i f.lord I ; .. a ,,i d tanle is said to have been attached to the news .I Ahumbly trust that my present trespass in enterprise, which will be an honor and a prode to stock is as nearly as "..-, ioi.l nr,' iickP o-hi
^mmonyanen r r ese mon o- ] I ( at Gibraltar, M *' *, .. ",:o, I "' '. t'... ':'' "Y"mro hy, i oPt5Per e i
,.,. h, %%l.. _r.] n,,,,i- rh t, q.(co m on. .. ... r m .c a np oclam a to na r .i. I i h ei w as IT E M S. ;,'.._.,, ,11 .I;.r,,_. -," 'a ta,l,,- u,..l.B.a.. I,:, ,.-rLd ceI, ..... .:i '" Bost .. ond ,,, 00at
,','. r ..,,r L '.,. i .O.E. mu odAlxan- pubhshed, announcing 1 1 i ports M r. ."...i; ,: .,-,.- ,. ...* ,.. ,I, hl was so '" "' "I1 .. .. I, ,, 1 ..,- .,, Sir moh. Copcli/.- M any : n.o ..., .. me has. s-,,, .., ,." ,, ,,,, -1.1 ,he sales hav.
r r. E .* sona u ni ss Stnh s I s b s n t bu1 us w eli ta t- rtwh se:s o t-ile ITse v e re ly a t th e la te 1 -ro -n Q u e b e c d e d a l- e ciir nr l. :- ** o A o n g a. o C o f e

* uj dor;. ... Lord H igh Trea. p pieso v provisions from the besiegers of Athens. termuch suffering, on the 24l.th ult. d ph,-., ,.l,'a_:_", ,r.,i e..,.p, meni,. *I h t.'. lh. c. h,, ..l,, painters ,and mechanists who O- with spirit, and at i ,., 1. r"I c,' f.r lir.
rTheKIni fa.d b n The blockade was entrusted to the :..ii.,. ,; ,i:, At Quebec, M ay 24th, the lea .ves were nearly r:d of ,,* r;. n :. nth U n l Slr ht whether have r k J ,, .j i : r ,... mos' Plantation. FoIrig .l _t r_-a l.: r l,,.".r--. -
i Isp p aed u e t c-d tre ta l ed byo.,J -,,th .e m o t i, and several coldn as o rfwl on irul G trees ,eren- f roP -eTo quotia als i d 1 o .},i oi l 1c o oe:, -' o .i .:.-')ei fiI. til .1Ft::ln :i -.
". s~em at d. tl~Inpaao rg ,/- r [, ,:n... I .r hesoter mrkt or consul
. .., -,ngo, -,r-. reat B ri tai n and ,re- 'commanded by Taptam Dimtri 1 u*.., n bloomm" Damp, "cold easterly wids had",,.,,o,,,,, ,. ir!.r. c,. TI .... ven toEngland. He wasa Bost. ;.,. li ,-, ofatd pe pound ,:rJd .
adgran ing.totRight Honoonurable George troopson board were to land..at I ,r.,|',. blownn for about i-six weeks, andkep.tthis'seasonr ......:.arc m t,:,l srs.:t ,l.-.,...lir.., her John Singleton Copley, .... il,: same about 00ceststaken '.' ... .,
-n",, "T,. ...,""....- ..i C.ancellor and Under here are the magazines of Redschia i ,, back. i n",,., ..l,: ,.-, p-i.:.f.:...h-,it.n r, d lh,:. expo ... .':,...e portraitsaro now -xhibt-ingattheAtle- an dvance of 3d or5,. lh, ore 1..e. 1. .
S1.. ., a,..o,. In, ,_, .:,/s xCe equer. T ... ... ;;..,, .A ,.. e ,. .ia c eted by tly a iva- Flour from this her's crqp I ... h. .. ..-. j,, .. r,. ,"* in l.:,h i --iiJ.....,d hI .: b,,. a ne I.... neum gr llery a oulng the rare and valuedefforts Tobac o toreport '
Mr.Henry'Goulburn, SirN C. Tindal, Solici- .,'... -,.. i ,,,,- i. ... 1 (Hoidegger.) Ga- nuf turned on the 4th of May, inll ..... :,. ,,.I ,. "" c'- f" 't'e l : ,.e ,:.,I .1: J.. .:. of the pencil, which have bepn 'ollected for thI '-l-, 1, 1827
tor General, and Wm. J.1 Banks, have all offered -ct : ,... .., ,. i0 and 31. ood of Monom Alab .n. i-: rJ l r ..l. purpose, Boston andits vcairy The pain At Dublin, ship Dublin PackL ,ir a-. .rl
themselvosascanddatestorbtheU t e ving proided for the do- o nt ey, aama. n r. r.- : v .r Alrl.-.. ter was celebrated Nw-England befor the .)uli .ric.Curre,I. ,ril .
:s eof0I-.... -Ili to represent. t nitver," fnce of Western Greece, had marched towards wo"lam C. Jarvis, Esq. Speak-k, ,. 'h., l .... ,:,u|.J L ,..r....,:, und.,r il,,.:, crcr,,i......, ,i I y.e....,ler.,,,, bu,t leaving the coun try about t that Owng,-to th severity of ile weather during
S. of uxfordiaParliamenLtin theroom-of Sir Attica. sachusetts House oflRcpresentativ, .' ,:,. :l...J -ir '*'r. lr l.r.T.;.:r hi.:.n, i, .:,l,,,, -,:,yls~ll ,.r, tu.imneleexercised histalentswith equal success, tho early part oflastivock, vely'. -'el ,..i'i Il.-
John Copley, now appointed Lord Chancellor, Colletti of Tallante, adcutoffallcommuni- Treasurer of thestittoon Saurdam I ...,.l J..u. .. ,, r,:,,:llew.nr '., idi..r,.,.r.--m i tna farr morextensivesphere. He died inLon- seed w\rerseffected; butonFrid;., 'nJd'.i ^.dj',
a. .d risodto the eara. cationsbetween Redsclhid Pacha and Volo, where ... r,, -i..rn.I,,i u-lt *,i,-,, itnher d rv. ,lt r..r..i, with don abyut twelve ,years sande, and left a name there .-. i- ,-",,, ;.J.- -1. busill'cf- ir "-,- "
e general sentiment of the papers on these nanal of tia. No. :: walth .r... I nn. b v.:., ladies i ... He also, we believe, as a to 3 s o do : 13
elections made, is .pprobatory, although some T: .,,,|..,.'.1 ... II.r.110f ther o th con- The U. S. frigate ilava, Com. rrin., ..i n.. Ir e-r~ll..m..ly, I 1.rl;.r .r:.u LHe lIirn.M.:,:f un. Apin.-ET ..l...ii. Imarriedadaughterofr.-
have found fa tIlt. Among the latter, is the '* *** '.** I *Il l. I I ll .'I- *r-`;n_ the. sail from Bostot on M onday last, f.i Gil.nll ,r :- l rI-'l" ri:, rtii u ,;-r th-irl.- i..l my Tlichard Clark e, a oierchadnt, who was one30f .MAnR IT: n.
Morri 'Herald,n aich is loud and dep, .,: ,,;.. t i, and Constantinople to 25lh i..I. The and the Io Mediterranean. To-ayd er.w '"r"fd,;"t G,-... u ; rarl dohepl ymGlreess-d theconsigncv s ofthe0te which tho-on- sofh- At Alba'IN-'ny, Mr- David J. --,itlin,'A, lb.h,
complaints .Grdek Patriarch has exiled the Metropolitansl. .of ,'i.. L" ." .with the .',,Imembance of yo. r P. in madness, regret- berty er scatttrd, 342 goodly chsts ,f it, upon h'em, to Miss Sarah Y at *'er-]" ,dt I"u-i
-EphesuHracleaDemotica and Jana Funds he cinnati Watring Companyavecon- .fully a...i r e.:lfl bid you Fqve. the waters of the salt sea, thereby rever the AtUticaJo II .' l ,i. -.
It was said -i the political circles that as soon ,.ave been sent to Rodschid Pacha., o enlist actedd at Pittsburgh for iron pipes to convey\wa-, To-nioglet Mrs. Barnes appears in' JaIe Shore,, usual order of proceeding in the preparation of; ter of Gen. Joseph ,i, o I -,jl, r ry ,i I 1 r
as Parliament met, an expose of the circustan- 10,000 Albanians: The Greek Gazette of EIe- f ter through Ithe former city. suportedO CMr BarrinH1.ti this faourite beverage. Mr. Copley was Ihen ...-, .
ces which led to the late dissolution of the Cabi- ria, Nos. 27 and 28, says the army of Omer Pa- Joshua Clark- Es of Kin stone R T phnned y s "t young man, and,r dom his :connexion with the D In>. '
iT cha was surprised at Distomo by Karaiskaki and faily, a friend of te. Clerks. When their On Sunday evesnet, Tn F |v b. ,
rnot, wouldbe -nade in the House of Lords by ItI.to ,1 -- .It lha same time tie Tur ish) gI'ar- seed in 1824 for 1800 mulberry trees w ich are Vafl .-- Th followilgis u lstof the officers troubles werecommng on, we know o\l iathe poo-, llh49th year f .i n ,r ;,_ i. ,
theDuke of. Wellington or Lord Eldon and i ,.on .* .., abandoned ho.fortress, which now n a flourishing slate. This year he has attached to itheUnited Stawes' -igate ava, now pie of Boston n would flock to the town meetings, yesterday..t....i .11,. i- ,.I., ,,,,' -.,,."
.theCommonl..,-Mr.P.:.. Ii.sa,.t e I l;. .is that fell into the hands of the Greeks, under the comn- wanted seed for a000 m9r9. I Sn h S nteel i ,'as l" i '" '. Stevens In alatd l.Pamhe leatc[.:rrgei:s .M .where, with Hancock fo. Mod- at rl ....i C.....|.,.r illness, Mr.'G ... I .,.*,. 1 T *h n "
.* lil,,,, oft,,. lat o27 an S,.l.. ,1. The mand of Panora. t All Western Greoce is now Is rp ..r~m.,r.r- l],i M.,Crr.r,.-. for Clork, they would pass just au I, i, t,1l, -.,. a l
I., 1. u 1 le serves public approbation and support. L. Li, n ,.-liad..r. Dul. r. Tl..:.rn C.bb, as they pleased, in spite of His Excellency and O. tle third .'.Itn' Tno itntl.,il T,,li, r r A

people,alreaidy, and any. att-mpt to mend or ex- Thogh all the information given in this letter per says,: i the Printer wants Grain, 2ork, Tal Saunderss ElsadPecs. pres the T cu was o u its way, and still more so afterit child l f tecry Maioeg I -*I'.."- .b ,l

fe. Russia arid England, will prove inerestin: I andoeverythig-also.hathe;canIea ... Hyde RaI, Surgeon ; IGvinn Hars, PyIu was top small ier dto, they adjourned to Te -P.I-- rlarle- o11,. rn ...t e .a o'clock T rom
The .Courier closes some observations on Mr T *. ..rvetteCONSTAwTINOPiIE, M.arcIir7. Major Gen. Brown and his Aid, Lieut e Vin osepii 1 i isoton o Sailm master; H. Hcen.te Old South, where w1,l su.,rd tha1t the Teaho~ti.l :... riyt M ll: ,. .. i "*' W .a
Canning's ,tr..-|, ...-,,i .:. ]i.. .I _i-,;p : -:,|.a Ie a the circles of .European merchants at Pern:, ton, arrived at Pensacola May 10th. `hap !WWi.Pludscend AdadSaner l !.ut, u., by : .,:,O u .ci k ty the same bottf.-. iat hit e .A, ,..:.l.'..,, L eon Sunday, Mrs. plricof
, T i- .:s,.indeed, is .t proud .1 I l. 1: -: a ]E -..".1 L... "..: .. ... S Pe e U. S. ship Hornet, from'a. cruise, arrived I i, ,c' -<- a ll lh W ._Gay. .os. Sa ta permit it b land .r. i : l Do, ;lpl Smith, 51. A\ir..luml
land, not in one casetalone, *1 1 ..-t....:, ..... l r tersburgh, by Counts Nesselcode and Lieven on at P.nsacola, May 6th. Officers and- Brew all |nds 1e'lit.tle lower: Therdy Arch.MbGrdon ofitveulty-favc atpn was.-lpp.:.,,,j t ;he taklen an |],v 0],ttn .middrlo Ndtwl,.I.I ... editor on.r--i ".I
put tho whole of our instill i.i H, "' the one part, and tIe Duke of W ellington on-the l T. Il..,n -r ., (IM-l-rd. ..P.. W ardell,W ldeaic o o etterorder W gCpt brcl.tn .itt,,: I-. o I .o k) 1 I. I I .I :

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[Fron thlu C.:.imibia Rc.puL,.]can.]
fHail liacehus! God of crip and bowl I
Thou-maither of'the noble soul!
/ Who swayest ivith a full control
O'er fallen man,
.Corna iter.lwhil-thly knell I toll
And sing thy ban.
e certain son. ofpukes and pills,
This gTea5 age of Doctor's bills,
(&n poison so the daring gills,
That'pven. thee
OBacchus! would denounce thy stills *
And sober be.
Y" e kilihg Cough D'rops stanil aside!'
Ye Panaceas hate your pride !
And ye long list of PL,.r,'. tried
A nd Pi",: renown'd !:
_-Agreater cure than" eder ye lied
S' At length is found.
Ye married.widows .sing for joy I
There is.a'something.-to destroy
The great, destroyer-and, to cloy
.c The drunkard's thirst.
0 weltdo-Doeto.'s thus employ
"Hea-ven's greatest trust!
Ye Bachanalanssshout and sing!
And seize the saviour that can bring
Tour souls and bodies ftom the sting '
Of this perdition,
And place within the honored ring
Of man's condition.
How lonely will our gutters look!h
No tumbling drunkard now will crook
His shanks along the imiddy brook
IWith boozy brain,
OZ pitch them in some dirty nook.
From wind and rain.
We'll see-n ho noses red and blotch'd,
We'll see-no-cheeks by brandy scoroh'd,
Wq'll seeso-no bar-room, counters notch'd
With pints arid gills,
Or creditors and bailifts watchi'd
With long, long bills.
T0 Bachus greatest god of power
Thy long,, protracted reign is o'er,
Thy votaries are wild no more
Low at thy slhrines,
For Chaembra renders rank and sour
Thy sweetest wites.
Andlo. the golden age will come;
Quick stepping on the age of rumn,
'"o lead long-wander'd husbanLds home,
From.thraldom freed,
And our bold freemen shall become
Free medt indeed.
IIadl Br:.:hi, l od of cup and-bowl 1
Ti .ij |- .im-i r :.i' the noble soul!
Wh.) saa, e&t ith a fell control
O'er fallen man,
Come listen while thy knell I toll
And sing thy ban.

From Mr. Morse's eloquent address before the
National Academy of Design, we have extracted
the following passages. As, however, the inte-
rest is thus.divided, the reader will be muchbet*,
ter gratified by procuring the address itself.
After- giving a rapid account of the several
Academies.on the -Continent of Europe, Mr. M.
proceeds to describe that of London, by which
the one in this city is more particularly modelled,
He says :
Icome now to notice the English Royaol.4ade--
.myof .r'ts. Before touching on the economy
7 an institution which we' press to make the
model of our own, a brief sketch of the rise and
progress of the Arts in England will best eluci-
a t. lli C ii_',-', :' it i .... l .\.cadefny.
Pr.e. -.., i' .' ..-i.. ,,.. r theaArts of De-
sign in England had given but feeble signs of
i'..-; th- :'r ai' i,* ru. .'- promised nothing but
a temporary and sickly existence. While they
were in their full vigour in Italy, and other con-
tinental countries, the political state of Britain
-was unfavourable to:their growth. Henry VIII.
irdeed, invited RaphaelTitian, Holbein, and
'l'.r r, ao to his Court; thetwolatter accepted,
but the two former declined .the invitation. To
TIeolbLr'ir 1,a) .-.'.ribedthe introductipa ofpor-
trail. pmtainl nt'j England. During the reigns
Ctf Ie firr i'' i ry.t''t Elizabeth, and of James the
j'",iithcre wa' ll)J' ornothingthatindicated the
eierernc otf ih,' ArLt of Design. C.Charles I. was
better disposed to their encouragement than his
predecessors, and had,he lived, would without
doubt have contributed to their more early de-
velopement.. IHe invited Itubens to England,
Who, while he.practised his profession assiduous-
lyresidedI at court in the situation o Ambassa-
dor from the King of Spain. Vandyck, Inigo
Jones, and Dobson were encouraged by this mo-
narch, But the early death ofo Charles, and the
political troubles of that period, again prostrated
th.:- r; sri : r.-:.r did thoy revive witthanything
of' nairl". ,:-,ur d-ring the foppish age of his
ej:,e-.'.-,r. I hsI ii'emtion of' tile nation, m the
troublous times of James II. and William and
r;ir ', was wholly engrossed with war and poli-
Si..s : the Arts of Design, so emphatically the arts
of peace, were of course asleep ; they momenta-
riy a-ivc.i: ,I ,'l. bidding'of Queen Anne, wheu
gir Christopher Wren, in Arclhitecture, and Sir
Jairr, Thlrlll,II. ;t 1. -i, c employed in
r.:c n .'irll-,.. :-- .,,." '; I.,, lid cathedral oi
I'ri? ; lu; l, :.]il. to sink back a-
rg lin iro 'I iU i.' Fr r. i-;'.li' .i.- ier h-r...u l I|,:
.', r .;, G :.I .r n .J -' LI 'r. r ? ..:
r i l",I i1i ; -rr.: t,. .i. be sought for
ut ll' ('C url. tb t .ior.' i'.-- r: elected .profes-
Tmrr nfart Even in the reign of Queen Anne.
1S..iri. l -' I:,rTr...l prAi. t.: i... '..l continued
tlrIr i v l i i U. ] r: 1 -- ,r i i'..- m ore 'i i
fiTiv yr..-. Having -made several unsuccessful
atli,nipi, '. f c.itablish a Public Academy, undis-
c'ura-.rd, they zealously pursued -.:-ir iri:-
suppo'rlinig themselves by their own individual
subscriptions. It was not until the reign of
G.reLHI.lhlt lh.- Ai.irof Design rose in ear-
n,' t lr.,r, lie,:. ii. argy in England; .but, like
one awaking from loig sleep,.their first steps
ivere feeble fd timid. Artists had now nmulli-
plied in London; their individual struggles for
phli' nii,... -m,...J t Ie lrmet only by negleclto
rc'.- ', :sr. 1 'rI r .: i rl,' history shows much o
the u rlh p|iv ',.,if.:: t *A Bi it native irritability so
ti|'s i l ..e.J.:'rnrts i -'ll ll.---v :r and so in rre'st-
in, '. irva i .:: '. n :,:. L.,' li.. .a..,J ., -i i,
.butso lamentable, when excited by :h .. :
i i [erci .-iic.]iletklly preying upon its possessor
air.1 tr,:.kin'_ I'u .p.r t, or uttering itself in sple-
rst': "r''l ur,.i'-0 's.-, remark against contenipo-
ri' i':rtt. [rj i,,tr commeiniced a new era.-
Neglect, (says tie Corresponding Secratary
of tiso Royal Academy,) although it might rmor-
tify, did not subdue the British artist. When thi
-artists found thkt expectation offered no prospect
rn,.d p:tl0rr.e .ie.rr. ,rd, i- :. i i....|r they assembler
irt ,n ali,:1.; ur'n.:.' 1...l *'.'..- I icr the renovation
(.f'the'Irn.oj.;r.'.; 's;. They endeavoured to unit
h.r ,riivd'rd, Id r.r.:.::, in order to give weight ti
l,?ti m.rn:.eiri 'T Their firstsymptomsofsue
cuss were visible in 1760, in thie popularity of thi
first exhibition of their works in a room loaned
them by another society, and to which thie pub
lie were admitted gratis. Some change wa
tiiade the following yearin the mode ofadmis
- sion, but in -tihe next exhibition, evidently witi
much timid;iv, th.- \,r inti.r.:. 3 to ask an-admis
sion fee of o' ..Jur -llrr f- ,nim each visiter; ahd tr
prepare thie public for this innovation, as it wa
then thought to be, they deemed it necessary ti
conciliate public opinion, in a preface to theirca
I hl.'u,. ri' i.: rL be Dr. J.:.!,,:.n. In this manne
Swa i-tr- rdul ',l 'Sn rii...rir ,rrl feature which dis
trr u In-hostle Enrl, 10.11 ,: Continental ex
hluhitions. ..

These promising prospects, which seemed tob,
opening upon the arts, were soon overclouded by
bitter contention amnong the artists. For three
years they continued their disgraceful contests
*w-hich at length ended in a division into two par
ties. They separated. The smallest and weakest
urr.i .mil.-;: d-f.:.l1ed party, composed, how-
f'.. ,:-, .1." li .-... iJI r r .'i-. t:J artists, form ed
it,r plan f ;l' ti- irr a R.:, ail A. .i.-.: ., u,.de
pr' ptrh''c.t',rt [ tIhe ..',' r.'-Lnn r I p.'m wa
. 'u.: e't"'l. a in '.lr n !,ir li. 'he r :, A I\.'de
nrrr ,jfArts ia '%-a' ihb'-d, al Sr J..-l! !:ey
.CKa vwa ske!::t-.A th..r 1t17 j :'i.1..n..

The pan of the Academy is very simple, em- on its popular model. The Royal Hiberrnian valuable as expressing strong opposition to any
bracingin its objects to be attained:the two.minos Academry of.Arts, recently established at Dublin, future conflict between England and America,
important of all tlsecontinental aradeiries. -The .is art example; and within the present year we ondienc to tec
artists, in their petition to the king, avow them Ic r it a c.: ].:nr~ isaboui to be establish- and pointing out the utter inexdincy to the
tobe: "lst. The .establishment f -a il-r.-; ",:1 ,' 1 'Ldr bar..h. '.-,- the. pla of the.Royal former of a land invasion of our country. We
'ted SclMol, r' Academy of Design. r .: :, .,: ..m- ..-; Lo'.don, By the noither uArtists." ball republish the thoughts of the-reviewer on
"of studerns in the arts; amnd, od1. n .. I -'-- this subject in our next. The article upon "the
E Exhibition, open to all artists of distinguished Vol. 1. Curies.Lit. New Series, p58. .
-, merit, where they may offer thcir performances t Quart..Rov. 1SQ09 p..3 social and industrial capacity of nczroes," is .an
"to public inspection." Its internal regulations, .--- --- excellent refutation of the absurd doctrines of'
in the early stages of its existence, were mostly TIHM E L.EAg' Z-A' "Ag 'A slave holders on h;at point. It will be perused
borrowed trom those of ;h, Ii ''-ii p. ad'eip r.3`f
St.borrowed fromburg: those of t .... L..r -' ..ir'i N Y-.K vith satisfaction by all phiil-inthropists. The
St. PNtersburg: they 1 ..1 L r---M.d1 NEW-YO-iI.R_ o rt
according as circumnstsa i. l.l ,- .r.."r,. -.'1su- w .esso.I t. J t. *, 1y-. chapter on theCatholic question, about which, it
.gested. Inconnexionr H. ..:-i .... i Vde. was to be supposed, noticing new was to be said,
of premiums is established. -A gold riedl and United Statesand. aril.--iThe ,aional In- is treated with ability,and is actually made tn o be
fifty w s, e ent o iea d telligencer.andNational Journal oginday, say, entertaining. The, remaining heads of Ship-

partments of Painting, Architecture, and Sculp- that after fl-equent conferences, and' tie inter- ping Interest," Administration of English Law,"
ture. .The 'bi onial premiums are delivered in char ne ofseveral official notes between. Mr. Clay "Assurance of Lives," The late vote of the
ut i )c it i t m on e Sr a r. d ebello, tle Charge des Affairs ofthe fHous ofCommons on the Catholic Claims," and
Joshuaa Reynolds) forllue President to address tir
Academy on- some subject connected with tile Emiperor of Brazil, such e plantations and aes- Further Notices of Hycrogliplics," are debated
Arts of Design. Other premiums are distribu- ranges have been. mads, as will pr-vent the late with force and perspicuity; and we conclude by
ted annually, fr It.. .- .I -i .1 occurrences at .Rio Janeiro, from-(.., ,..-.-, repeating that we have seldom met a number of
T he E x 1 1 ', f '. . t ,,If . o f w o r k s "e '
y n .r ... ,,-.o in the peace and harmony ofthe two cuntries. '-the blue and yellow," which preserves thirough-
don. Ilopeis in Ma,, to the public, and contli- We hope they snay also prove to be such as out a stronger hold on the attention.
nues from six to eight weeks only, and is then to assure tie recomponce of private injury, and The Phila-dlphia diapers contain a letter from
closed. All the expenses of the Academy are .tI -, .l, '- r" i epaal
paid om tre receipts of tbe exhibitions. r th oft -, i .:-. el believe we Captain Worrell, of the Tontine, the first ves-
The schools of tire Academy are, a School of are correct in saying, that no seerios apprlehon- sel despatched from Philadelphia with provis-
the Antique, a School of the Living Model, and sions fro:rthe .-I...r-. i oftirazil, re to be pla- ions for the Greeks, announcing his safe arrival
Tier i.., A-... 1 .. 1 cod among the paramount consilerafions .for at Gibralter on the 21st of April, after a passage

ed in a President, a Council, and General As- wvliich a: :'.,1 ui,.i. .. ,],_ with that power has of 24 days. Hesays, "1am sorry to say there
sembly; and tihe individuals of whom are profes- of late been desired. Reparation for aggression arenone of our squadron here at present, all be-
sional artists. .. and insult was thought to.have finally. -.:.. ,.' up the Mediterranean : we are, therefore,
I have thus present you with ariefsketh of necessary andwetrst that ihas been .: ablto obain any i action fomthat quar
soncof'',- ifh.,-1;r-.1 11 ,6 '1A W. I -.-r.IV I. 1 rnecessaryunable to olitiniaiy irfortationrfr-i that qrar-
revie.win i;- :-- .,r i'.-: .:- i...... ... 'er, we insisted on cI b-i- I future relations. ter. Should we be so fortunateas to meet either
semblan'i, l h .-ii,..,fn I naI.- d EdiaurrKl 1ie.-\Veree., 11i t,. -_ of them,it. is the general impression that they
t r ost ,; r,,. .. !nin 1. ,i. I......1 ,,,, X,- I,. number, l... ,.- ,,. willgive us convoy." Capt. W proceeded olhis
And Fi I V I,. I 1. 1 .., : -, ;, -..r'the Edinburgh Review : .,,,,J ., d. voyage on t he 23d.
r I. e s. is was t'e case i cursory examination, that it eontur w even more The Lebanon (Peunn.) Republican of Tuesday
?i--- I, -f rs--i a te aei
1 I-. ,. ,. :.-, in Paris, in Madrid, and in thani its usual aggregate of information and in- last, says--" We stop the press to announce that
London. Iihall cases their entire government is terest. Indeed, the Edinburgh Rovie s is a sin- the waters of the Srvatara have been successful-
enltrustd to Or-lists. If there is any instance gular instance of the [.I ,.-.,,, for near a ly raised, this day, by the great water wheel and
w h ere th ere is .i '. .,f-. ..I..I..:. ," '.i thr s
remark, as ait '.1 .:,0 '. -. -'i.,, the quarter of a centtiry, of high intellectual power, steam engine at the mouth of the Kettle Run
deviation is one of form, and is sufficiently cf without lapse or diminution. Almost every into theo drain or feeder whlch is to supply tlh
plained by adverting to thel f-r, .. -.i.- ,nent. othlier periodical, though of muinch "lesser preten- summit level of the Union Canal. Ifnoaccidenl
under lWhir it exists. Ins .c.r .. ,-tn, sion,:,has -ut, 1 chanriges and vicissitudes of occurs, a..I ,,,.,..q.,t ..... this will be the
alil offices of inflrionce.and patronan e must be at ., ,,. i
r _,,: .h,., ,;..,'.' ,, onarch; and it is not to be one kind or another, has failed t establish a ciha- greatest:' ,miii,1, iii' I .. ;i.iit of internal im-
.L:.-1l i I t i,- .t, offices of an institution of racta-, and has of course been u able to.obtain proveunent has achieved in the United States."
such importance, would be tho oly situations pemaent estimation with the public. Govnr C n returned to A y on t
unoccupied with the fivourites and supporters e o p i Governor Clinton returned to Albany on th
ofsa despotic court. Quarterly itself, which, acting thie partofa rival, 3d inst. from his tour of observation on the line
Second: Another prominent feature in all of has in past times min tainted, if riot an equal, of the projected canal from Northampton tc
them, is Schoolsr/l. r eSludentshf the A ts, where yet very nearly an equal chaim ta literarconside- arnet, Vt
not only models and materials are collected for rtion, now, from a trepeaed change fentrli, Vt.
their use, but where they are instructed by the ratio, ed a, get.John's Park.-Thle owners property fa-
most distinguished artists of the country corn- or, e e uneven i it cingSt.John's Park,withapraiseworthylhberali -
[,,:. ;rc l. '-\:A.l..:. iL:... j. along with th productions ofunquestioned Ialent, .
Tlh.JI: la,,.:1,, ...- ...... -,.:1 with thisinstruc- 'something that is. wrought by inferior and un- have subscribed to hav t ark enclose
tion, a system of Premiums to inci the studentsands. The Edinur, however, within an iron railing and the walk flagged, and
ftoindusthyand entifoin,.is another prominent ised the Park itself put in order. This will make it
feature. '-To this all the A/cadeiies, without ex- oveson in ts original hold, sustained,and con- lloter th e in the Union.
ception, hare 'attlched tire g-ealest importance. trolling exertion, of intellect-and the number' l
Fourth : Another priruipal feature, common now before us is in no respect inferior to any in Botergy Theaure.-yMr. Forrest takes his benefit
to all, is an cxhiten of. the worms of lidingar- the whole series. to-night in Damon. Of the general ability of
tists; and althrcliuh respectively modified, in re- I
guard' to "time of exhibition, and to terms of ad- The first paper is an examination of the works his performances, and of his yet higher promise.
S'.,-..r..., ..ilr. .-..,ii, ,' ircuinstances and character of thie farfamed Florettine Secr- we have. spoken 11.ii -'. *', often to render anyt
.t t. a ,.....h,- ........01, o y .' no videnc tary, Machlayvelli; afield of enquiry hiitherto qx- commendations now unnecessary. Hisforle, is
tiat they arc composed of any other than the rb-
ceant works of the artists of the day. plored-but by few, and curious alike to the-phfi not, perhaps, in classical parts, but lie noverthe-
With these examples before us. we formed, losopherand statesmtran. The wriler-who obvi- less-ronders them well; and his Damon especially,
more than a year since, our National Academy ot" ously unites both those capacities-has done am- is a popular representation. We wish him a full
Design, and oun similar principles. Wehbrve in- plo justic
corporate into its constitution those fbatur'es justice to his subject. The article is clabo- hore.
common to all Academics of Arts. It has been. rate, but easy and elegant u marked by very pro- .afelnicholaccirdent.-0-n Sunday afternoon, a
created by the union of most of the principal ar-' found views, by apt nrid original illustrations, by row boat, inm which were eight men, struck upon
tists ofthoe city. Ourrconstitution provides for the an admirabble insight into the mnolive of uint tl'aro called the .lhn's Back, at Hell -Gate
establishment of the various schools. Our very nmir ig t otiverset. The ien were ail precipitated int
limited moans have allowed us, as yet, only to es- conduct, by general propriety of sentiment, and the water, and three wcro .., ,,, ,i i. drown-
tablish our Scliool of tie Antique ; and tlius far, by a fit distribution*of commendation and con- od : thiir nines are Obasdi. i : wh.el-
unaided from without, (except by the generous, sure. The history of the times to which relation wright; WYilliam I'ierson, an ovsterman, andi
but ternporaryloanofaroom for the school by Geoigo Dodge, a carpenter. TIhe two first have
hut ternporary hoari of a rocr for thn school by is hid, and also the variety of Maclhiavelli's ecchteft a sife cud fiuily.
the Literary and' Philosophical Society,) we a y lli's cacleftawifeandikmily.
llhave sustained this school from the beginning to works, necessarily I-'nder thie essay quite discus-
the present time ; we have been enabled to give sive; but it is agreeably so, especially s opor- Fires.-A large two story store ii Moaltpelier
instruction, grits instruton, to cant 30 s afrde ad i d of r-Vermont, occupied by Wiggins and Seeley, wa
instrudention, rliourses of Antr to about 30Lec future tyisthusafordd and improved of enlarg- entirely destroyed by fire on the morning of th
it udent. Two corseabilitys ofAnatomial lectures on some of the important canons of criti- 23d ult. The office of the Montpelier Patrioe
.. ill ,. Arts of Design, have 'i.. ,,-' e'l,..:- -. i .', and taste. Somenic of these episodes we narrowly escaped destruction. Insurance $4,500
our ProfessorofAnatoy, and te studetsuni- sill copy as early as may be convenient.- whi cth ri early cover te losst ThA e i
versallyhavenmadeudableb..----i As ttanufacotry of Cnole ent atin, Me. i'.ss-e
tre common gratmar, or ub r .:. .......'- As to the grand question of Machiaveili's politi- stroyed by fire on the evening of the 27th ult
Arts of Design. With respect to the third ia- cal, and,'by consequence, his personal morality- Value $2500, insured for $1750. On the sami
ture of Academies, viz. Premimrs, early in the whether, on the one hand,he was honest and pa- v Nichols &Bradley's distillery, atWillis
season, we pnt into operation this essential part triotic, or whether, on tile other, l e was'no t ton, Ver. was consumed.-Insured for $1000.

of or, plum, Tr I.... T .......i. t -o e Tempter, the Evil Principle, the discoverer of The Ithfaa Joural mentions the arrival atslth
offered, are l5!.1 .. ,1I'" i rrL..of the head of Cayugasla-ke of the canal boat Oranig,
.school, ad consequently belong to tie lower ambition and revenge, tile inventor of perjury, epnt M l l'onte city otfe VYr
classes of premiums. -We have reserved for a thIe corrupter of princes' liheaftls, in short, an eiolght days, without thie assistance of tow boat
ore mature satrder of Art, tion, a rger and ch-fid in every thing', the reviewer sees uon the lake or on the Hudson. The distance is
works of' a higher order of Art, the larger and i oe t fou. ,.ndre mile.
more valuable prizes.to incline towards thie forineropinion. IHe re- m scthan four. ,rdred miles.
"The plan ofE.r/ibilions, as it exists in the En- marks, indeed, that it is impossible to read thie Cattle by way of the Canal.-Two very fin
-*i;J. Royal Academy, in that which we have book entitled tie Prince without Iorror, that oxen raised in Whitostown, Oneida county, were
adopted, as better suited to our state ofsooicty s disly ,of wickedness edye, ot as ed to Albany in canal boat, last week, b
than those of the Continental Academies. All1 .,"py .icked .ss.n.ked .iyetoes. G person, of Frankort. 'I'c
the exhibitions of tie latter, as far asIlam able its cool, judicious, scientific atrocity, is appal- are estimated to weigh about 3000 lb.
to learn, are free to the public: the funds oftlie ling; but ire says that, strange as it may seem,
several institutions derive no benefit from then. there are fow writings which exhibit so murch By a recent census talien in tie town of North
These Academnies are consequently an annual anpton, Mass. thenumber ofinhabitantsanmount
tax to the national treasury; that at St. Peters- eelevation of mind, so pure and warn a zeal for to 3840. For this population there are no les
..... '.an expense of 156,000 rubles, aind that the public good, or so just a consideration of. i.... .: Ii....i. schools, which contain from 10 o
t'ill i -n of more than 1500 pounidu sterling per the duties and rights of citizens as those of Ma- 12to50pupils.
annurn. Om tihe contrary, the Roy-al Academy e:hiave]i -The'wholo, he adds, seems to be an Sacriledge.-t-he church and ,:,; .:- St
7'fLoidon, since the fewf irst years of its csta- A,'"U sa the Democratic Presswas rob-
blishlmienot, hasn't onlybeen'withonutcosttothe enigma; butnheproceedst'tlookforaniexplauan.u Aug-t.ftine,san thio De.norhri val uaia rbt
government, but derives a vast and increasing tion in tihe moral feelings of the Italians of that tibes on the nqightofSaturday last The vilain
Sinrcome wholly from a species of tax never mure day. We cannot follow him through all his ob- appear to have entered tie church yard at the S
cquitablylevied-a ax, tile rest pittance in its servations; but his judgment may be gathered W. corner, broke a large pain ofglss in the south

lv rece vo for it much morie thanks i equivalentt; a by.thefollowing ter'inationito his remarks. : window of the sacristy, opened the N. VW.doo
I ,- I... r which in the aggregate amounts to Machliavelli lived long enough to see the co and pillaged the church atlt vestry of their trea
Such noro tan isluioCt to defra te expenl- neecenentt of tIeO IaSt struggle for 1Florcuntine -se. ti ey ltai th cari dies. t "do i1r
i.. I treasury. Thsisis a. method of sup- finally established-a loathsome tyran, proud 'des before lo y'I the l. eTI.. tark
port to Acadeiies without burthening tihe go- uand moan,cruelanidfeeb)e,bigotted andhlascivious. tthehiirelt. It is iot 'a lithe renark-abe tta
vernment, which is peculi'irlv adnrpt-r' to the His character was hateful to tie now masters of t1icll,s l,,cl. Itis not ali t hriri siicaatn
state of our country, rsnd -...,r .rt ,r.:.... One Italy; and .those parts of his theory whici were. s.beat iarin etw h uo which el i- r
et which, with little extrinsic aid in furnishing us ini strict accordance with their own daily practice, ire e r irt rgn in tIne u w..i. ..
s with apartments only, for our Schools and Exhi- afforded a pretext foir blackening his memory every night' for five monthly, but was o Satu
bitions, will ensure our eventual success. We His worls were miseprosesnted by the learned, davnight taken into the p-arsonge house fror
I have tal ... r,,i- L,,n t ih ..,y .l.ladeMry for our misconstrued by t-leo ignorant, cehedred by the tl dnes ll trehoue- tpe i, sie appos
Smiodel. -.. t.ir l. .1, Ju E.r, .d ..n -, i 1 : of's church, abused, with al I lie rancour ofsimn ulat sed sl fe1a1d t rk the Ikds g ou of t d ao
-form of ..:,ri.... rr.' ,. .. '-u, i ad- virtue by t _- minions of a baise. .i...i, hald aIe thIe dog into the dwohinug house. W
mit. Il ,,-,., r tl r t ,' -- of all foreign the priests f a bser supei-sti io.. .an liave heard tat the thieves are taken.
-. .1r:r. r ri-r. -: .r ...embers a great o' h tt. 'e r In whi'osv genius had illuCo inated all lho SuicRide.-A Coroner's inquest was held yeste
-,- ., l,. .il, it-, i ll 11..t numerous de- ml rl. -.'-.. r- p *I- and tto whose i-r i' "i day ....i..r.i- .-,..:-, rhr. body ofia man namc d L
e whiic ..' .. i.'ire ii ....s 1 ..ci diniute suhdivi- wis-don arn 1 .. r .. i *ri.. ihad howeml et r 1 1, i mrpr numr, vho wans loilnd suNspendedr to
siis of subject anld thie Aninual Exhibitions dis- chalrnc of eeuancp"b tion alrd reeirnge, ptiuiss post set down to mark tIe boundaries of the t go
play a ril and diyoersified feast to thIe rerisdo into a proverb of infamy,. Fr -more tharr tup o liberties'. Tie verdict of the jury nwas tli..'t i
th- cu h, ,-- I ... e -- I. .. i i yl t epo- Iundre.d I i ., -...:-.es Iy -.J. i r bi ...-J had ung himself inn a fit of instaulity.- -udso.
S:.i i' -t .r.. .r r t a ,.1 i-'ine. iil. ii..i...ir ofa /At length, r* rn -ir. ri noblemiian paid the last r un-
T sound remark ofd'Isryaei,* that an'Acade'my honours to the g ssaFteest statesman of Florence.
-" can only shuccoed by the same means in iw' 'ry lrch of Sautla Cruoc a imronurcntrwas rn [iRor oun cos .ittb'Owi'.rtr.]
s wiich origs-inasted all sich Acadenmies, a-monig in- -Th :...Js to lis mn i.oryn,, which is clnempipteul Commoercials News Roeom,
dividuals tlreiselvcs; it wilnot be by the fvonr swilh reverence by aeil who canr distinguiislj ti Salem, Suni'v Enrpiie 3b l Jntr (i
dof many," he observes, but .by the wisdom of virtues qf ai great ;ilh us.: i liet coIrrupstions Arrived1 r .1 1.. i Il ...-
S the few. It is not even it the power of Royalty ; .I.:-;---' r. .': .:- 'r h r.l will bh ap- 65 nays, ir u i ...n b ..l .- l 'd..aI li ... .
e to create ata word,what catn only bre formed by r i-.h..1 .s --' *r still deeper homage when thle froma Smivrna27lth MariG in so. sllbrig Fide
Sthe co-operation of the workmen themselves, cand of object to wch nlhis public life wase devoted sall ity, for Baltimore, anrd Cherub,, Rich, for losto
Sthe great task-mnastaeru, Time." it i r:.1, when tie foreign yoke shall be under convoy of US. sloop of ar Ontario, 'Caps
S TIe Royal Academy is a pre-eninentsexample .r I'ri'', r.rJiwion the streets of Florence anl Nicholsoni; at 12, s.iie night, ihile beatingoi
of thue o effect of united effort o-.f, i-.:. Artists.. Bologna shall again resund wit.i their ancient of Gulphls of rr..'r t. m rrcefed topsails, w
"This establishmient," says t..]r. L,. "u'3hich war cry-Popolo; popolo; muoiano i ti-aenie!" run tunl of b5 '' i'. ....'i., by whichle lit latt
s "by foreigners is supposed to be ia splendid ex Ti'e second article is an investigation of tie lotbowsprit, and foretopmast, nnd received otIs
"ample of public munificence, derives its income damagre, and was towed back by tine Ontario
h "from the disintorested labours of artists; and, nature of Volcanoes. Tihe subject is fill of inte- the L sustained but little damage. Left at Sinyr
". :iri ii": rrt.'i ri r. ._f apartments at Somer- rest to those who have asny relish for geological ru, 27th MarcI, brig Gazello, Williams, iostoi
o .. r.r, I Ir r h:.l lor many years received the studies; and tlie several theories that have boen unc. tlue only American. Passed Gibraltar, 1
s "smallest assistance from tlIe state." This advanced, arei well and learnedly diaoseil.- M,1y, in co. with the Fidelity.
o honourable tribute to the Artists of England is "y .s ilany vessels arrived at emyrna while Cap
Snot exclusively bestowed by one of their own h third article is a brief notice of the two dra- Sihver was there, which had bleon boarded an
r nnu'ber. A writer in the Quarterly Review,t mnas of Anne Boloyn, by Mr. Grover and Mr. plundered by Greekl.,, '" .;r, H,.: ,,,.. ." ,. -
many years since, ilith....h not .favourably dis- Milman. We have alrcauy adverted to the odd principally English,---- ... .....-i..: .l.., i.-._
posed towards Academies, testifies to the se simultaneous production of these pieces; but the amount of property. No American vessels lha
truth. "It should be remenombered, however, to been robbed. bSeveral of the pniratical boats ha
e thie honour of the artists of this country, that comparison between them- afforded by 3" 'I, been captured and carried into Smyrna.
y- "whittever progress they live made is pririci- view, Icssers their resemblance, and.seeims to Capt. S. states< that thi Greek cause wa

S" pally owing to their own exertions." And wiy render Mr. Grover'i complaint of plagia-risin both -*r'-"'. ;i- inmore favourable. Lord Cochraneo v,'
, should not this be the result? That individuals unfounded and trivial. T xt p .', nand his force animated the Greek
of a particular profession should best know how t p- m a paper, with fresh hopes of success.
to manage the concerns of that profession is no revenue and commerce of India, is valuable in Tie ofirers and crew of the Ontario were a
- unreasonable, it certainly is no itew doctrine: many respects. It; will furnish the American in good health. The attention of Capt.Niclio
Horace long since expressed the sentiment reader with a number of Valhiable facts. Thle soti to American citizens and property in thi
S ...-li -on f review of "A Narrative of tio campaigns ofth quarter, were highly commended.
- Pr -i i Bitish Army at Washington and New-Orlearas, i HAVANA, 21st May, 1327.
- The Royal Acadlemy systorrnis diffusinig itself ,h, t r tie Suba trn," is ., b~t Gcet-rmen.-"Since my la st, tihe sloop Co
.i the formation of' other Academnies, in lritvai,1 :d -r 'ti Decatur has a'ivwcd 5'.1 -Iom KevWst ai

brought the account of Coln. Porter having left Jaties Earl of Fife, and the elirs male of his, bo-
that place in a sloop-Ihis destination is kept a dy lawfully begotten, by the name, and style,
secret. The frigate Libertad of 40 guns, is still and title of Baron Fife,of the comiunty of Fife.
laying thera. Thc2 brigs, Brown and Vittoria, The King has also been pleased to direct lot-
were supposed to be cruising off this island. Ad- ters. patent to be passed.nnuder the Great Seal,
iniral Laborde came in here on Saturday, in the granting the dignity of a Baron of the United
Iberia,52 uns, asalso the Perla, 44. He has all Kingdom,of Great Britain, and Ireland unto the
his squadron now in port, consisting of 6 frigates Right Hon. Sir Charles Abbott, Knt. Chief Jus.
a line of battle ship, and 8 brigs arid selhoners of tiee of the Court of King's Bench, and the heirs
war. They are fitting out the-line of battle ship male. of his bodyhlawfully begotten, by the name
as fast as possible to go oil some expedition." style, and title of Baron of 'I'cnterden, of'H n-
Baltiinrcre Com..Chron. non, in the county of Middlesex.
Tho King has also been pleased to direct let-
Sin.gtilar Instance of Can'ne Sagacity.-One ters patentto be passed under thn Great Seal,
of ti.e earlvscttlers of this equntry having been granting the dignity of a Baron of the United
imt th practice of visiting Connectieutfor acum- .Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland unto the
bet of yearson the annual return of the first of light Hon. William Conghliain Plunket, and
May, on which occasions a dog, which he had the heirs mal c of his body lawllly begotten, by
brought with hbuon.his first removal into this the name, style, and title of Baron Plunket, of
State, was a party, in.his. sojourns. This indi- Newtown, in the county of Cork.
visual died about three years since; since which
the dog lias regularly peregrinatcd to his native PRussian Literature.-Since the artof printimhn
State-that land of pumpkins, beauty and hap- was introduced into Russia, in 1553. there haiv
piness. The first journey of this animal, after been printed 13,249 original works and transla-
t the death of is master, caused serious appre- tions. The Emperor Nicholas has given 2,000
hnr-ions for ', in fact, he was g.ivn up rubles and the Empress a diamond rTing, to tl e
as a ",,oime .." ;., hlio.voverr, returned after blind poet, J. J. K'sloy, for translation_ Byron's
an absence of about the same extent as that of Bride of Abydos into Russian. Thle-Emperor
hisdeccased master's visits. On the return cf has also settled a pension of 3,000 rubles upon the
1e snie season Ie "tool; leave of abscenIce," poet, Nicolaus Iwanowitch Gueditch, for a tras-
- nd hai:4 recently returned, much travel-worn and laition ofHomer'sIiliad into Russian hexanmeters.
- foot-sore, from the same pious .. .:._-, soime- ,-,--an-
what disanlcted at the direliction, in" politics, pnr']??r'Q~<'i-,- ..... -
iah.i.ctd a ei n politics, PROCEEDINGS of the COMMON COUN-
of his "steady habt"friends.-ochesr Te- CIL, at their regular meeting, held te ~ o
Sgrph"i June,1827.
A Large Tree.-The Packet Sloop Tenporial- CASH ACCOUNT.
D. Brown master, on hei last trin from New- Receipts for the last two weeks, $34,517 59
SYork. to this port, put into -Lloyd's Harbor-the Expenditures for the same period, 26,118 81
passengers wen, on shore to amuse themselves, --
Sand elenen of thenem at least, male and female Balance, $8,393 78
stowed themselves away in the Trunk of g white Petitions Presented and riferred.-Of Ca-lei
wood tree, where they were comfortably housed, and Joshua Sutton, to be reappointed mneasurers
during- acopiousshower-had they found seats, a of Grain ; of J. Sidell, to have the privilege of
omw g-od Spanish se-gars, and a glass of good assigning locations for booths around the Pcark,
puntch, it night have pr'olonrged the voyage-Sag on thie 4th of .luly, referred; to have the Ferry-
Haribor Corrertor. street sewer cleansed ;. to have the name of E]'-
A Improvement in i-raveling.-Formerly. it was change place extended through Garden-street;
- an .. .... passage ofseven days from this port to have Pearl-street repaved from No. 134 to.
d to-... .. .: 1io n s rcu d hereat one Val-street ; to. have West-street repaved from
'lock ', ... ho. i,.l n rmid hereton board a'di-Ir to Jay-street; of John Stevens, to beap-
the stoam-boat on" Frid .a onin t t.- he x- pointed inspector of docks, laid on the table; of-
Spence of $2 50 cents -Ibid. certain persons to have the streets near the Dry
t Dock regulated ; to have the side walks laid in
Extraordinnrny Cow, yielding twenty pounds the 3d Aveniue, and also for lighting the same ;
e and a half of butter per week. to have slaugher houses removed ; to have Lib-
- Several depositions have been exhibited to us -erty-street widened from Broadway towards-Wil-
aatlienticating the following facts. liam-street ; of several persons for permission to.
That an improved Durham short horned Cow, remove wooden buildings,. all of which were re-
e in the possession of John Hare Powel, Esq. yield- mierred; for wells and pumps corner of Bedford
oe d between Thursday morning, the 12th of May, and Downing-streets, in Water near Scammel-
I ". .. ... ,, r .1' 'i,,. that is in three street, and at the junction of Hudson and Mor-
o i I, i l... I eoigiht pounds and thirteen ton-streets ; to have the bulkl head of West-st.
.,.. .1.. a.i., ... obtained by the usual pro- and 10tll Avenue laid.
- cess, equal to 201 pounds per week, that she then Reports.-The Finance Committee reported
Syihlded and continues to yield, 26 quarts ofmilk." in favour of granting to Johnathan Thompson
-ascertained by actual measurement, within twen- heI lease of Boat House at White Hall, for the
d ty-four hours, 'and that she had no other fird us.c of United States, during the pleasure of thie
d than slop of Indian meal,and clover and orchard Board-Adopted. I .
t grass. Some of her cream was converted into The same Committee reported in favour of
butter, before the Philadelphia Agricultural So- granting a lease of the Lot of Common Lands,
eiety as-an experiment. It was .ir- 1i i ir. bounded orin the 4th and 5th Avenues and 49th
seconds, according to the- report .:' [; il r.1 and 50th sts. containing about 4 Acres, to the
t Esq. a, appears upon their minutes. George C. Deaf and Dumb Institution for the term of 21
f Lentner, Esq. of Blockley, is the magistrate be. years, at a rent of. $75 for the first 15 years, and
f, fire whom the parties were examined, and the $100 for the remaining 6 years.-Adopted.
depositions taken in regard to the quantity of The street committee reported in favour of
iy milk and butter produced.-Poul. Phil. Adv. extending the time for opening Sixth street,from
Sthe Bowery to the East River, until 1st Novem-
- [From the Albany Daily Advertiser.] ber next--adopted.
, John Reeod or Smyth, the man who was arrested The committee repotted in favor of erect-
last weekt at Neo'--Brunswick, for endeavoring to ing wells and pumps at the following places:.
pass a forged draft, is rno doubt thie same person viz in Corinpce street, near Bedford: in Fourth
swho was arrested in this city, in January last, st near La Fayette Place: insGreat Jones st;
i charged with defrauding the U. S. Branch Bank, in Chamber, near Cross street-Adopted.
* in Ohio, and who, after being detained eight days, The Police Committee reported against any
, was brought up by a writ of ihabeas corpus and reduction in the price of licenses for dealers in
o discharged. The day after, sufficient evidence of second hand articles-adopted.
- his guilt was received, but he was not then to be The Law Committee made a reporton the sub-
- found. While at Buffalo, oil his way from Ohio, jectof appointing membersofthe board to office.
d suspicions were excited against Ihim, and he esca- They recommend that application be inade to the
e pedfroml that village, disguisedin female attire. Legislature for the passage ofl a law, prohibiting-
-neomhers from appointing themselves to office,
Capt.Wm. I. Wisyiall, hasretired from thecomn- during the year for which they are elected, ex-
r, mand of the steam-boat Constitution, in which he cept for the office of Mayor. A motion was.
s has sailed since it was first built, three years ago. made to-lay the report on the table, when Mr.
e Durmin, te time le has been in this boat, he hias Stevenerose and made some remarks; and pre-
t riven the most general satisfaction, and has made miged by saying, he should offer a set of resolu-
0, many friends by his polite and kind treatmenti of tioa g an amendment. The Mayor stated that
p tine passoemrrs. He t-akes the ";.-. :.* .n', t:ih it was uit in order tu discuss the merits, until the
- new boat independence, which ill probablimh.e raotion under consideration was disposed of. Mr.
t. ready in the course ofthis month. We arileas0 d Bolton said it was not the intention of himself, or
w to see a son of the veteran Commoesi ie',re- of the law committee, to express their opinion';
s- ceive such a distinguished mark of coitdciie. they were 'of opinion that the subject ought to
The Constitution is now commanded by Captain have gone to the committee on applications to
Martin Bartholomew, who last yearihad dcharige the Legislature. Whenever the subject should
c of the Hudson. He, too, is the son of one of our come before the board, he rliaould express his
e. first, ablest, and most respected steam-boat corn- views on the merits of the Mr. Peters
in meanders, and independent of that, is deserving of hoped the subject would pot be laid on th'e table,
ts the public favor for his own merits.-Il. bLt that it would undergo a Id;.. i.r-.n. Mr.
s Poctry.-A Mr. Blair, of Kentucky, has issued Lyn proceeded to t ke .'. : r- r k when
proposals for a volume of his poetry. There is he was called: order t oby the motion t8 hay Re-it
Ssoe exquisite natural huor adverti crder spoke in support of the motion tay it
re ient. on the table. Mr. Peters hoped, if it was laid on
3 "I wish, fo\ the sake of my wife and a sweet.tIe table, it wouldd be called up as speedily as
o bM, ro\esakleoof my wife and absweet possible; it was important that the public should
y little cherub, both of whom have suffered by tlie jossmbe; it was iepontatfirt ine public should
escentricity of my nature, to publish to the world know the sentiinents of the members. Thie Ayes
something that nay save them firom extreme in- and Noes bein called for, on thie motion to lay
d- dience. I awake in tshe morning and see me the subject on the table, and have the same print.
Sdr little fellow kicin the mornis leng and seeing the ed, was carried-only five voting in the negative.
is a fathr who has so oftenorg en m at Tihe resolutions of Mr. Stevens, that no appoint-
r must Ir upo ash s public ftenforgtake tln annow ent of members should be made until the report
or nust call upon the public to take the boy from was disposed of, were also laid our the table, and
the rushes. Nature (some folks say) has made was ordered to be printed.
t. me one on whom the Muse has put the inspiring The Street Committee made a long repori/on
b- mantle. I never wish to' roam on the flowery the petition of the American Gas ight Comn
r- borders, but a rosee a bud by her se, cas the petition of te American GasLight Cupperrt
s intoaction. Ishallshew,ifIgetasufficietnum- pn, forpermissiotolay pipesin te er p-
S. bcr of subscribers, that Kentucky, (my native po the ctbjec. heBolton said it was a very im-
Ih state) can sing. I know not how many pages the print subject; shed tlid on the table
Sbook may contain; some ofitsingreents may The annual report from Aldcrmn Cox, chief
- be good, some I know are bad ; but try the first engineer, was read and order to be printed. The
In edition, if it please I'll make another trial. You'll engpneer, was theread and order to be printed Thorder.
- find somnie witand a little humor, with as little reportotatst Lahder T4rcs in gwo ord
1;s learnrinrg. Five Hook and Ladder Trucks. Upwards of
of Ilook to a country'as kind as she's wild, 11000 feet of-Hose; 1348 firemen,
a Ther ook to my wife, gind loo to my-child. Alderman Lamb moved that the board pro-
S Then look my w d look tomychild. ceed to the appointment of a Superintendant of
d Russia.-The Allegemeine Zeilung contains, Wharves and Slips. Aid. Taylor opposed'the
1r- under date of St. Petersburgh, March 22, the -motion, on the ground, that it was improper to
rf following statements, which the lovers of statis- proceed to the appointment until the report of
n ties may deem valuable, authorized as they ap- the Law Committee, which was laid on the ta-
f ic ar to be:- ble this evening, was disposed of. Aid. Lamb
do According to an official statement in the Mili- said there were now several contracts for wharves
lary Gazette, published yesterday,-the Russian that required the inspection of some agent of
empire in its whole extent in the three quarters the board : That the subject had been some
r- of thlie world, with all the States incorporated time under consideration, and he thought they
e- withl it, occupies a superficies of 375,174 square were as well prepared at the present time to
a miles.-' In thisvaist space there is a population make a selection as they would be at a future
al of 5i,534,000 inhabitants, or, on an average, period. Mr. Peters spoke at length against the
ne 158 souls to a square mile. The annual income motion: He did not believe the iterests of the
in is stated at 130 millions of rubles; the standing public would suffer by a delay, however muchit
army, with regular and irrogultar corps, at rmighit interfere with individual interest; herehe
1,03:19,180 men. swas called to order by Mr. Bolton and Ald.
Thie following are the details :- Lamb, as impeaching the motives of the memn.
1. ,E5suoPEAN RUSSIA. bers : He said ho hoped a stop would be put tc
Superficial extent 72,161i sq. m. the appointment of members of the board, and
S Population 44,148,600 that an opportunity would be afforded of expres-
.i To a square mile 605 sing his views, and of recording his vote against
l- 2. TIIHE KINGDOM OF POLAND. the appointment of minemsbers. Mr. Lynchrepli-
u, Superficial extent 2,293 sq. m. ed : he contended that thIe board was as ready
it. Population 3,702,300 to proceed to appointment now as at any othel
ut 'J'o a square mile 1,615 time:" He was not willing to believe that, be-
as Annual Revenue 8,333,333 rub. cause on a former occasion a member received
er 3. Ast.vi'ic nussIA. several votes, that a proper choice could not be
er Superficial extent 276,020 sq. m. made : He had prepared his own vote, wlhici
o; Population 4,663,100 was for an applicant, not a member, and he be.
r- To a square mile only 42 lived that others had made up their minds on bh<
n, 4. mmuss-AN rossEssIONS ON rTHE NORTIn-WEST subject. The ballot was then taken and n(
st COuST Ov armeniicx. choice made. D. Hagerman had 11 vptes-As-
Superficial extent 24,000 sq. m. sistant Alderman Shepherd 8, and 5 scattering
it. Population 5,000 On a second ballot D. Hagerman was elected.
id To a square mile 2 Wm. Guest, J L Tompkins, Joshua Sutton
S 0German niiles are doubtless' meant, being Caleb Sutton, Gilbert Jenkins, A. Bogardur
about 4 1-2 English. A German square mi Aaron Howell, and P. M'Cain, were appointed
nd will be equal to about 20 English. measurersof grain.
id Sylvester L. Hommedieu was re-appointed
WrInTEALL, (Eng.) April 25. clerk, and R.. Stevens assistant clerk of the po-

as The King has been pleased to direct letters liceo
as patent to be passed under the Great Seal, grant- Several attempts were made to adjourn, it be-
ks ing the dignity of a viscount of the United King- ing after 10 o'clock, and the ayes and noes called
dom of Great Britain and Ireland, unto the but the Board refused to adjourn.
ll Riilt Honourable Frederick John Robinson, and On motion of Alderman Whlite. a committee
el- thetheirs male of his body lawfully begotten, by of five were appointed to make suitable arrange-
at the name, style and title of Viscount Goderich, ments for celebrating the 4th of July. Mr. Va-
of Nocton, in the county of Lincoln. lentine said he hoped, the chairman of that conn-
The King has also been pleased to direct let- mittee would report to the board the guests they
tears patent to be passed under the Great Seal, intended to invite, in order that the inhabitants
m- granting the dignity of a Baron of the' United in tIle ipper part of the city might have q.f4i
aid. Kingdom of Great, Britain and Ireland unnto par'c'!ptiou is the public (iuneu,
of ndIrelad ut








On motion ofAldtrmianWhite, the watch comn The court o'f Gyr and Turminuor kfr aratoga
inittee were dI.-:..,3-I ti:. ri',:r c(. :...t. ir -irI.% -I county, sentenced Daniel Robinson to six months
having a wa:,..l,,..,u -..,a Ithi 11, up.. i ii.1 1,. imprisoument in thi county prison for assault
Merchants Exchange1 for the purpose of looking ampriseo m inin thet co nt prison, i'ofa iimalt,
out for fires. and battery cnunitted on tnhe person oif afrma
Alderman Schiefflinb offered resolution for re- in a-state of lunacy. The man deserved in ad.
gulating 21st street-referred. i,i,,... duLckinin a horse pond, and public cias-
Aldermain White stated he had some import- timepnt of wip, by lme hands.
ant busi .. .. InL f...' I.. .i ntofwhip..otc.byf i, hands.
aI secret ... i. II,.. .......i t- .......-.l.i \ One of i, -...i .. .in, .i i n. Boston and Albany
cleared, eil il,... I,, ,, ji .,, i .1. overset last week. Mr. Putnj nm, of thI Massa-
wa'rds of :.n I ......i.i ... .I J.-.- chuset-ts legislature, had his arm broken, and
MARRIED, several others.were considerably lujured.
On Saturday 'evrin-, 1v. the Rev. Mr~ M-
Murray, Capt. '.ti...l'. ,, to Miss Joa.nua '' .-.\ orse was lately
Dally, all of this city. discovered tied to a tree in anl obscure ook of
DIED,] ith lIoosickriver, about half a minil below thtq
On Tuesday evening, after I,' .. ,.. i,.-' village of .' I. -L i.'it-I..'. Pi. The wretched
Capt. Peter Schuyler, aged !- ir I.I .1...I animal had endured all the miseries ofstarvation.
respectable ship master of this city. Ie l had gnawed thie bark off the tree to which lie
On Mondi 1'-,.la. M V irtlhaBowen.,
im the n62d y3' .. i t w.as fastened, from tihe roots up to as high as lie
On Monday iiiorning,dArtemas lIyde,formerly coulj reach; lhad consumed the grass and evan
of Boston, na-ed 44.years. n the turf within the i .1 ..... his other, and had
Onimthe5tl~ianst. a.rI'tcr a lingelringa ilis, Jas.
OAugstuts, son of th llate inmnes Caey, debase at last died in agony. The wretch by whom
aged 18 months. he was placed there, must havo lost very spark
in Albany, on 3d inst. Thomas Herring, Esq. of human feeling.
aged 52 years. FreAk.--Thoe lrig Irie, of Boston, from Mo-
REPORT OF INTERMENTS. bile for New-Yo.!, was wrecked on Florida'Reof
ThedCiNt Imneclor relwrgs te dea i ..' perso s about the 21st ult.-cargo saved and carried into
Apoplexy 2, casualty 4. :.a'.t'i 1, onsump- Key West. The vessel was afterwards got off
tion 10, convulsions 6, dropsy 1, do. in the head and carried to the same placo in bad condition.
.4, drowned 1, dysenoutery 1, epilepsy 4, fever 5, do.
bilious remnittent 1, do. intormnant 2, do. remittent The Mexican brig Bravo returned to Key West
1, do. typhus 4, hbr.niohage 1, hives or ioup 3, on the 14t ult. from a cruise, during which she
inflammation of the bowels 1, do, of the brain re o a ,
2, do. oftthe chest do. pf the--r b-'ni- 1. pture two valuable prizes and sent them to
intemperance 3, marasnms 1, 'I .,.... I Vera Cruz.
catic 1,oldaage4,pi'.'Al.peripnourinony1,plea-
is I, *;!.aI. '. 1. muknown 1. The office roon of the Bank at Montpelier,
('",' h.,r,, :, ," *,' e...1'yearand under, (Vt.) was robbed of $400, on the 1st of May.
90 : r. IS..u7' i, ,I i"'. '. d 5, 7; 5 and 10, The offenders have since been arrested.
2; 10 and 20, 1; 20 and 30, 15; 30 and 40, 16 ;
40 and 50, 4; 50 and 60,3; 60 and 70, 3; 70 and Liter-arj.-A new navel by the author of Red.-
80,5; 80and 90,1. Total 84. l i
GEO. C MING, City Inspector. ...i I- ". .. will bo Published in afew
.a ..s t is v Tt.i. led nnlH r.Le,.;ie

TiUrvaSAY, JUNe 7, 1827.
England.-A--A careful inspection of the late
London papers, gives reason to believe that Mr.
Canning's administration will have to bear the
brunt of at inveterate, organized, and conse-
quently powerful opposition. The chances of
ultimate triumph are, however, decidedly in his
favour. In the first place, he has the King's
name-a tower of strength-twhich they upon
the adverse faction want;" and riot the king's
iame merely, but his entire confidence and his
firm determination to abide by, and to maintain,
the arrangements he has made. In the next
place, Mr. C. has the approval of the common
sense of the nation-audibly and even enthusias-
tically'expressed-both as to his past measures
and his present elevation, In all sound and lib-
eral views, for the future, he may likewise confi-
dently rely upon its cordial support. In the third
place, he has assurances of countenance from the
Whigs, as a party, and the aid of such powerful
talent as the ranks of that party are known to
possess. And we may say, lastly, that he has
large ground on-which to repose, in his own skill
as a politician.
In the attitude of hostility will be found the
ultra, which is yet but a minor, portion of the old
tory party. Mr. C. has of late fallen under their
l,..-.-,u d .-pla _ure;, 3a ra ih .*: fi-. :.,r-.] p. rir,.:1 ,.l. .
foreign to their long cherished interests and their
1 .- ii.d -....i, ;; .:r,; ,:.i sentiment. W while he
:i.n -ed r'. ,,.....-.' Eih.-" post of Foreign Secre-
tary, they contented themselves with.-a silent)
non-concurrence in his policy, or at most, a sul-
lenindication of le,- *J.hli: i.) 1,, innovations,
relying upon Lord Liverpool as being an efficient
check to any extensive inroad oFi;bL. :-. ii- But
the intended choice of Mr. C. as premier, drew
forth at once -a united expression of their objec-
tions to the man, and a determination to take no
lot nor part in a cabinet of which he should form
the head. Disappointedin the anticipated result of
this expression, they have withdrawnunder mena-
ces, not now affected to be disguised, of an unceas-

Sir John Coplcy.--One of the city papers,
'states, that thisindividual is.not by birth an Ame-
rican, and the proofs it offers in support of its as-
sertion, are apparently sufficient. The point,
however,is not of much importance.
Salt.-The salt water recently obtained by
boring at Geddes, in Onondaga county, is stated
to us to be equal in strength to the Salina water,
and sufficiently abundant for all local purposes.
Great advantage to the village and to the state
is counted upon from it. The three villages,
Syracuse, Salina and Geddes, which are benefit-
ted by the public works and by their local advan-
tages in other respects, are rapidly .improving iTn
wealth and population.
False alarms.-There have been many false
alarrns of fire of late. 'Tis a pity that where
such alarms are started maliciously, the offen-
ders could not be detected. The duties of our
firemen are, in the best of times, inconvenient
and arduous enough; but it is an aggravation
that they should be called into service without.
occasion, and merely to gratify a spirit of mis-
Earthquake.-The "Western Carolinian" of
Salisbury, N. C. says: We learn that a pretty
severeshock of an earthquake was felt at.Wilkes-
borough (in this state) on Friday the 11th inst.
The doors and windows of the houses were
quite sensibly shaken; and the water in the river
was seen to have a tremulous motion., Something
of a shock was felt at Wilkesborough a year orn
two ago." A
T"u, .c-The Alabama Journal slates that a
Mr.-Levi.Miller, in a fit of insanity, on tIe l3th
inst. about four miles above Vernon,leaped over-
board and drowned himself. The active exer-
tions made to save him were unavaling. Mr.
Miller had been insane-for the twro previous days,
The place of his residence was Somerstown,
Westohester county, New York. He was believ-
ed to be more than 50 years of age.
United Slates and England.-The following is
the passage in the Edinburgh Review (referred

ing, and a relentless war. The journals in their in- to yesterday) sliewing tie reasons why future hos-
- terest, seire, every, the most trivial pretext, forima- utilities between these countries should be avoided,
pugning Mr. C's. conduct; andhisselectionstofill and why, at any rate, thie English cannot hope to
the different vacancies in the miniistry have seve- succeed on land5 but must rely upon the sea.
rally been topics of complaint and animadversion. It occurs immediately, after the notice of the
In a minority, as they certainly are, the opposition battle of New' Orleans:
cannot seriously embarrass the movements of "Such is war. And such was the issue of this
the ovet attempt, the last, we trust,that will ever bemade
the gnverneant but strong, nevertheless, in inm- on the territory of time United States with a Brit-
- fluencc and wealth, they must prove annoying ish force. The writer of the narrative before us,
and troublesome even to the most dexterous of ...,.-.I... ...n this enterprise, dwells on the ac-
statesmen cidental causes of its failure, and generally on tlhe
Fo ts ometie impohlicy of warring against Amnerica witha hand
For some time to come, the aspectof English ful of Bitish troops. But what would it vail
politics will be curious. The dogged r.dj :ui n, though we were to send 15,000 troops in place of
air of the oneside, and the high spirit ofthe other 5000-or 30,000 instead of 10,000 ? A momen-
must produce collisions, which cannot but prove tary success is all that we could verexpect; and
hiy, p ue ostonr.eg nothis, too, only if we contrived to surprise the"
highly entertaining to foreign observers. : Americans. But they are now prepared for our
The interest taken among the English. them- reception. We pointed out to them, by our last
selves, in tihe existing state of affairs, is manifest- invasion, the vulnerable points of .their coast.
ed by the vanities ofjeu d'esprit, earicatures, and These are now covered by fortifications; and we
d by ti. vritie f .,could scarcely even ..tn .A. oit. r O anlly part
C t. h.:r lis.: i i z ].l.. -..:. i in. l : ,, .r. 1, of tif A mei ri ln ... \ ... r el m uch that I
has abounded. Some'ofth,,i r'. u ,ri,,1,.:., 1u ii. It j'Ii.:.... ,cir should recomniend anotheiI
sing, and done up with skill, .,];l.: : i.: are ", a N... ,_a'..' hen ho consi-
hnlas ma,1 i r...n i r. ..nii.. ,atl.mi. *.n *, a- -.., t -1 i- : t11..i 1,.[
Ir e [-tati.:.- ai l-'-r r 'ir. : iDuo- ii. -. p .- ',rni on the singulargoqd luct .*-['-,Jrli.ir r i..
l in i i rin'r an sentinels asleep at lst r .'. r, .r ..t
,l ..,l n -: tl .i .[-,' J, ,rl i :r..i, i[. 1; r,, ,,, the only point t at w hi.. i l.r. i .. ..,Id
our Charge des Affaires in that country, v. il i n r. amely, the Creek de Catilineine adefence-
shortly be compelled tor: iur,n I :.-me i rt.:.i-, -i ..1i- Ir 't-,1..-' It-. not be concealed, and it ought
ll health. The event il tv r-' r. .1 a n, '' .. -.. .. .' ad, that lihe we havenottheleast
A-era s hne ha..r...: r. ,,in. ~any impression onAmerica by
Amoricansthcre, as hi a :e:u_. d,..%,.:: ,'f aal',dl',ar. a.-iexperiencegivesnonequorage.
the dutie. of his station, and his agreeable de- mnent to enterprises of this nature ; and, it will
portment, have placed him high in their esteem now be universally admitted, we suppose, that
and regard: wecali never have the least ch I... ..f ..i::n r, .:.;,,.
Sr ed by any part of the population. In the event
Thle Utica Sentinel remarks, that tho mail from of a quarrel between the two countries, therefore,
w-Y' f. .. ce eti wr e have nothing to look to but a -naval war.- ,
New-York for that place! which leaves this, Thetwonations ivould exhaust rhr i.a.:.-1 and
steam-boat,- at 5, P.M. and reaches Albany the treasure in a vain contest for the sovereignty of'
next morning, remains at the latter place more the seas, and after years of trouble and vexation,
than 12 hours, and that but for this detention, the they would probably end where Ie, l,.tm..' ,,r -.
New-York evening papers would be received at damage of a naval war, to oerce rproud rivale
Utica the evening after they are issued. Cannot into submission. Her fleets would no doubt be-
this difficulty be remedied ? We propose a plan: eaisinr serious loss, amnd a grievous interruption to

tour friends at Uticaon theit of sbscriber ade. But these injuries, besides tat they
t our friends at Utica on the lt of subscribers would be retaliated, would only tepd to exaspe-
to the Daily Statesinan, increase the number, so rate arid inflame a high-spirited people to fresh
that we can present the united :,,, i.-.i ,r', I ,. exertions; and thus tho war would degenerate
irons and proprietorsihnereof,t.. Ili .*.-I ,' ,u,.,- mto a system of useless vexation, and might be
erofnamestothePostmasterGprotracted for years, without any ground being
er of names, to te Postmaster Genral, whois laid for peace in the humiliation of either party: a
unwearied in his exertions to improve every part And when we fontomniliniln for a moment the I
'oftthe Post-Officeestablishment, and toa, l... l, r. --,.1- ,- aud .-.... i- i.v.i whi such a war
,editors and their subscribers owe many tlanitus. r' s offre'.l lom, r the an y i event woulicl' the
friends of fryeeom aind linrttalilly would ]nave
The Supreme Court adjourned on .1 reason more deeply to d(pIloro? One of its first
A number of decisions on pop u ra 'd' conse qenre would hbe to amihilalto their trade
.A number o, decisions on nap enumerated mro. between the two country e, whiri is of the last
tions were pr.oiinun.'cd, somo remainingayet y n .-. **-' n :..... i ic ili i. in... r in. it om-
determin:ed..r, In the ase of the Lambertcs i (' i.ni ,N in. In.. "'., i 1 j... ii,, Great
People, the judgment of the courtbehr, ... i 1 ",.. ..." 'n, 'n I'.....1 i )
f ,ned Hi.-, '- I. rI, i ri. ,, r n i I.' i.rli,.' I O h Iin-., i,, al o
firm ed. i r .it *.. l, 'l" ,I n1
T he B ritish sh mip [i '.,, 'L r .I. ,. ,i ri Ii1 I l". lIr r
guns, reached at.San Francico, IN ew _C .|,,;, .J.. I,. ".,l' ,I ii, .... l. r InI, t, i ., .
early iu A .ri, .m. d i, ,, ..ru .-. This I i i i t r ..,
vessel is sent out bythe British govern ent for 1, ..' I .i..' ,..iii,i. Tf li
the purpose of scientific,:... l,. .,, l r ,, I ,, ,, hitry of hae pmnaminirot s ;rtitnsn, wit
e. of theglobe, -. ,. *a ,,.".' .,. r .,.1.. crowdecdpopuli-

tion, abounds in the. filter manufactures. These i i EW kLEANS,I Miy l-.
being exchanged for the rude :produce of the. St. ati fi lle,, ayl" '.Thi Ite rnasgive
agricultural country, the one is supplied with. a fine appearance to the crops. i. this rdltrirt.--
the fruits of that labour aild capital, of which: We hear1i'm all'quarters, that thiae pip.cts l:
she stands in need, while the other finds a ready i planters fothe current year,are hi lh'y flatt,.ag.
outlet for the surplus prod ociof her improved The culture efsuggr isspreading',idrly,.nl.htle
industry. A war would destroy this mostben'i- resolution qf' many of our inhaba,,tmi ,,r, s,.
cial intercourse, which no.t only adds to the n.a,, more previyionsfortheitr.btri'consunipt.,ars bire-
tional wealth, but diffuses happiness and comfort after, will st leasthave a tendency Ei... ikl'e titimun
through the'reimoteat 4istrilets of both countries. more independent of the rest of the ourld.
In another view also, such a war would be a
heavy calariity. Great Britain and America JFm tho Philadelphia Gazaitt.J
hold out, each after its own fashion, a great Damnel'Raymond, a man about 3i.1 )tar,3 .t
practical example of the benefits of a free con- age, employed as cook on board.ttac Sir.can-b.o.t
stitution. They may- be considered; therefore, Convoy, fell from the Lehigh Conpny', .s bi,al
is the two standing lights of th;e political world on Sunday night last, the3d nf June, aird a%,,
-the, two greatbulwarks against the inroads of drowned. It is said he has a brother ,u istI ..L.-r
despotism, backed as it isby the military array'of living in-New-York, whomay. obtain further in-
all the great European powers. Tihe voice of formatioon on the subject, by ,applying at the
freedom may for a time be silenced inEurope, Lehigh Company's wharf, where a' few articles
by bayonets and cannon; and there are, in its which belonged to said Raymond, may b.e fond.
recent history, some melancholy examples of, its NATCITITOrriES, M 1.-By gentlemi u
being actually so put down. But in Great Brit- arrived from Nacogdohes, weave been inform-
an and America its sacred banner is still display- ed that the Barod. rd Barde, a c piuos
ed. 'eIslmoitwocountriUes atbord an asylum to the member of the Convention npgWip s.ession at
persecuted patriot, from whatever land he comes. ;beSaltill for the C eo i e t
What a spectacle, then, would a vindictive and ltllo or the purpose offranng a onstution
for the state of Coalielaq and Texas, Oied4 on time
sanguinary contest between those two enlighten- ath of Feboruary et. B e a "o ti
ed nations present tte word How c neern tiema, tlhe re public o icohas lost one9 f. h
to despotism to see the resources -of freedom best advocates and supporters of its republican
squandered away in destructive v i-; ,,,ho hwformn 4fGGvetnment, aim'thr estate octronetion an
S .iscouraging, on the otherhand, to the progress irvalutble m embers. .
of poitcaltimnprovement It is proper, however, We likewise undessand, from a source which
to add, that we have no apprelhensions on tme cannot be q questioned thkat 3 l "Mexican troops,
subject. The rulers of both countries are far too den the commandd of Geeral 3 1encon, are on,
cautious and mnodexate in their views, lightly to theirmarch foma the interior of Ausin'a rColony
put to hazard the blessings of peace. Ever tncit sad q1 t
tile conclusion of the last war, aieordingly, their Na cogdor_ caie day s since to rnt thea andl
police bias.been, on the whole, most pacific and ld heir n, w tim e option ofe 00
-friendly: and under its healing influence, past ,"' i, ir and i. v';y,, ml'ch in ir "
a.nimositieshave been gradually dying away im 1 i'tr ac.. mi C 'y, h .by .ddi.iL.rs. to
the body of bothommunIities. Situated .,:. _.N r ', .i.`it rote t.ie ^o t
both are, with every great interest .- i':,;-'. t "o :. r... 1.-'.sf. .i"Tih.edfnear
them to harmony and peace, we cannot bring "''r. P ,.i. r,1 r t i,,. r.
ourselves to apprehend that any paltry dispu.- i'im. 'c.. s .-rir, r. noiappointed
about boundaries or colonial trade can ever.- a..nic-ur. ,n ibs ,,nr .-' thie Meniap Go-
interfere with the .... urli. rI in i"' Ii ... ,,..r, ... -,,I o, le ,ri,D,0tou be seit on tile
so loudly called aon t ..a, ,m,--.r ,i. t,,.:na- av t our government to establish t het ounudry
tions. bound as they're t.,,-i ,h',,,r I'i.% i,,_I p.-., veo
culiarly ties of kindred- l. a i, ar ,-i,,uini:. .
laws,imanners, a,,d. 1in -,, ..? -,n e,- ,r J.L..:-- -F.,,n 1l, Sacket's Harbor Adv, 'May 31,.].
ately choose to .. .:, Iti m. inr, ir,,,.. The Brig ofWhr, Madison, 2.2 guns,"built a?
'United Stales Review and LiteMary Gazetle.- !i'.. e .1,i which was in
We have received No. 9(for June) of this Maga- ,, .: i i.. i.Mrs HcUgii..
zine. Content :s : nit. .-. 0" M a... ,. s u0t g iosher
Recriew.-H- '... ;:.n .r' I.:-' -''to,,, o*,,Oht-s;,he
phiy of the 1l,- 1.i tha 1 .,1ri ,"- D- 1.:.. r ,,-.t 1i-I e av. .. no .wed outa ptoe
Oi Intemperance ; Fowle's ELi,'.i', ".ri,n. l,. Ir n- ,, i -Ii, .' l in a', t ':l,. n daal te wa e
Miscellay : The Elopenment. ,. .Gen. ,
Isthisa time .. i .: .- l .l.- .,- .I ,,l : 1 ', -: in '-".. I n '; -, ,'1.... u nru f3r.ig. G en.
the Red Sea ; -t,,l ,,U T.. t.-.., .M .ird ; lral ..:. c"e J. 8. army and latply cpommaiader
Spring Breezes: : .. .. .., .:i. ,,,, .i I : I-.',who.wason board atthetimno. ihe
NewSystempfGra:i,, \',.,- r.-: H ,..',-. onFriday morning fprNiagaara
Bi.liAi4 Repertory ; Ar,a-. li .,-,. l ,i. .," \. Lake Ontario.,The water in the take 4k.this
verge Enjoyment.o; Lr ',." i..,, ,, i,,.r:,t. Pi 'c is about.three feet higher than it oaplly is
Metealf's edition o:" S I..... i ,',,| .. [ ''l c.on and continues rising, The cause
Metcalfar's p ish Grair.:' ar ; TI. ..r I. A t,s is attributed to the heavy eody of snow
Mar'sp.nish Grar,,, TI.' i. i." ""on the ground last winter, as the same effect has
Williamn Courtney,Esq. of Alleghany county, heretofore been observed, after 'ye have had se-
Penn., has been appointed by the Secretary at vere winters.
War, to be "Practical Agent," authorized by a [Translated for theNew-York'DailyAdvertisor-]
late act of Congress, for the expenditure of 30,- BUENos AYR a, Jan. 30.
000 dollars in improving the Steam-boatNaviga- The Consul Qeneral of H. B. M. in this re-
tion of' the Ohio river, public, Woodbine Parish, has addressed the fol-
lowing to thie .-ritish merchants of this city:
Tlifn legislature of Conneeticut adjourned on That Admiral Guedez, commander in chipf
Friday last. They havepassed the bill for dis- of the naval forces of Brazil in the river Plata,
tricting the state, and it is now to be referred to has received orders from his government to'de-
the next General Assembly, and if passed by tain no neutral vessel which rmay attempt to en-
them then to the people. They have also gran- ter this pqrt, without having been notified of the
ted $20,00 towards building a new state house at blockade, and havin helie, rregister endorsed."
New-Haven. We feel the highest pleasure in ihtformq ing our
Dr. William Adams, of Schenectady aged 97 readers, that Mr.Joh M. Forbes, the wrthy
years, lately arrived in Il. ,aenc.i a( e .. representative of the United States nearourgo.--
performed thte distant e 01i L,.. ., -. vernment, was the first who by asserting the en-
aday.. The day folo ino...1is arrival, en was lighitened principles which direct the policy of
seen moaying about d itchfild awith ease andr ag his govern eit with rsspept to blockades, for-
lity. Them objectof his visit is to spend the sum- to wprich tested gaziianst th unjust and false rules
mier within a grand daughter. Dr. A. hals been a to which the Brazilians wisl..ed, us to submit our
'ct sing ayscain i Senrc.td sawarcls ot coasts. TheU. S. newspapersiaveadminred and
7P ng physician Schenctadypraised the condget of Mr. Forb; but e must
",years.not expect merely the good opinion qfhis fellow-
Comrndore Porter.-A letter from Bavana un- citizens, but likewise that of the Argentines,
.1, r .. .,a' I'l, ,i r' b .l...l-d in the Charleston whose esteem he has already enjoyed.
'ii,., : .-'-C.'iitiim,,,re Portar'sthlipissti e Florida Canl.-We are hap py. tp atate
,, i n... '. h inl| .,i,,hi Im', Ihe left that ace on a e .he F tor a c a m .- T v^ eare" nappy. tfl tate
", I. i ir ,. \-i II ,Wiled aboutlopdays th t that able and active Engineer, QMq. er.
s8nce in the sloop Hound, owned i that place. d ha already r ned tthis pace ftom.an
thle object of his goingdown is not known. The 'spection of the country in p direction towyards
Spaniards speak very seriously of his being per- the Appalachicola, and that from tihe observa-
mitted to send his cruizers outto Minoy their conm- tions of that ge ntleman as f'ir ae he hat gone,
merce; and there appears to be but oneopin- the geological and other aptitudes of the Tern-
ion among the ciizens-that lihe ought to be t- tory are favorable for the project. Tq detenimne
tacked where lie lays, and his vessels destroyed. the expense, howovvr, it will ofequrse be neeps.
They quote the taking of Pensacola as a propesary to get tnrgether many details which actual
precedent to be filled. It is th sh of er measurement and minute inspection can alone
American that our Government would do soe iurnsh, these are in progress, and we feel a
thing on the subject. 'One of Porter's officers is pleasure in saying that the General has expres-
ere on his parole ofnor; hs an American sed much satisfaction at the mannerin which the
and a lieutenant in the Mexican service ; li hhas -young gentlemen attached to this-service have
been well, treated by thie authorities and officers in discharged the duties assigned them. Tins looks
this place. There have been one or two- cases of well, and we may anticipate a luminous report
sickness, but not ofan alarming nature. Havana on the important stubjept, from the Engineer Do-
lmas for several years past enjoyed a greater share nartmet by the next sessiqn of Congress. Tlie
of health than most of onr northern cities.2" aGeneral is again off for Vac Sway of Tampa, and lmas a avorable'-season for
.' a .-, *Spring,-We are indebted his expedition.'--St. A igtstine Herald, Vay 16.
to I, i...na.-: of a professional gentleman at fo e o l
the Falls, for soine addition-al -... A r-lative l ail-roeCd.-The following extract of a letter
to the Mineral Spring latelydi --. o, ,,-' ,.,- that fom one of, th persons employed m obtaining
place. It is ituated a mile and a half below the information for the use of the Baltimore & Ohio
Falls,.on the farm' of Mr. Child, a few rods from Rail-road Company, will be rea4 with mnuls'in-
the river, onr a spot.conmmanding a fine view of terae& by ourfellow-citizens :-,-alfimore Gqzetle.
thie great cataract. A gas is continually issuing "EASTq.N, (Penn.) May 24.
from the water when it rises, which is readily "Yesterday, after breakfast, we started on the
ignited with the blaze of a candle; undoubtedly, rail-road at Mauch Chiunck, in a neat little car,
carbonic acid gas. The water has been subjected attached to the rear of a brigade rf empty wagons,
to an analysis;, by a scientific gentleman of New- and were drawn up tq the coal mines, a distance
York, and'found to contain sulphuric acid,in pom- of nine miles, in two houri three empty wagous
bination with lime.; muriatic acid, with magnesia, are drawn up with great ease by one horse.
forming sulphates and muriates of the above arti-' 1"Air is, erI' examined the coal mines there,
cles. The spring will probablysoon be prepared v.' -i tiltId bl. I. ri .,ine car joined.to another,with.
fqr the accommodation of such as may ,. hi -.:. i -I ,Iy :,sa" lfoi.rteu persons,'and descended, the
visit it; and will, from the well-hnown valuable plane, the wliqle distancein forty-five minutes.
medical.proporties of its irc..ri:.,:ii,. Ir...ie a A part ofithe time, our car travelled more than
valuable auxiliary in the (ri.- i, d-'..-X-, for at the rate of Q0 miles an hour, and we came one
which milpral'waters are so much celebrated. entire mile in three minutes and fifteen secefids,
In several cases of a l ,' -.l'...i r ,in.t, i,',t, "ii' '. h i' ,I- ,. ,' the rate of nineteen miles an hour.
boe n obtained by th.- n,-. ..I' ilI,... ,i,.' -, h. r..r .',, .-, .:,ur i-i., ii lro ai su.-h dl.;r..;reit
l .' r n ri,|..,,iir lnoJ-, uhl _t lG.SJ r.r i fi'._ ,.i ,.,U I. ,'* n Lilli i f:nt p.,il l I til rail,:-, jit t : t.-,ij-
eruptions. i.. i .* i 'i .. I ry' r lnr. le l 'th..'r i J.:. in l i'
The dieoveryqf this Spring, if its waters pos-i i. ,, I.t. i,' : 'a nr-. rl' ILve-I lh.ai tle (',r
sess the valuable qualities attrib i...- 11, ,,i. -, :.:--- not go more than at'the rate of fpur or
an acquisition which will serve a,., ,rh... I-i.a, iii I: miles anuhour, and as it travels without
attractions of a spot where nature scorns to have horses, by its own gravity, its impetus j', qf
beonlavishn c-n' ..: ,ii- In thnmidstof the sub- course, determined y he declisity of tie plane.
lime scenery which surrounds the mighty cata- The loaded wagons being heavier than us, travel-
ract, itpiayhave pleased a bountiful P rovidence, led faster, and travelled the nine miles in thirty
to place a fountain of healing waters." minutes, exclusive of about tep minutes taking
Loclckport Obsereatory. up ic, -a- ,,' .:. theroad. "'
WI.... t ," ,' .inI--.,i at Maclich Chunck is upqn a
won earn ta the ,mnatll-rac e on Monday, vas most simple construction ; it answers well, but
an y ti. o 'igely ot, oriva. The first the materials are bi.d in somp parts. ThIe whole
ieatdwas closely contested, and, as was antic- road, nine miles long, was completed so that
atd, ex ted te mosrt livelymiterest in tiel se- wag.ns travelled it, in two montlms and three
wastlor ed t stigl lvantoe toot Ile lead but days from the time it was commenoed. They are
his antagonit, whicln rst.to hunaredyantained stil fiiingit more perlctly, ad' the whole
tilwpot io nn o as man, tllnea cost, including s heavy expenditures in the eon- 1
tl withm a few yards of thi starting chair at struction of an inclined plane down to the river,
ain c ng nI twhen Silverheels dashed ahead will be $2500 tin $3000 per mile. I had no idea,
re ronie. y a length or two,-Sati- before I saw it, that a rail-way was a thing of
Such .easy construction. It is a fact thgt there is I
Melancholy Accident.-On Sunday evening a not more mechanical skill required to inake one
week, as a number of boys were amusing them- upon the plan ef this, than is necessary to con- t
selves in a shooting excursion, whilst one of them struct a common post and rail fenee, I mean af-
was handing a gun to his companion she acci- ter the line is regulated and the route groaded-
dentally went off; one of the party, a young and thecost Wilbe farlessthan weh had pected. I
man named Demartaux, received its contents in "I find that the grading of the road' amd the
his right thigh, near thIo groin. The shut passed adaptation .f the moving power tp jt, are in re-
completely through, leaving the wound equally ality the only subjects of difficulty, but I plaarly s
conspicuous on both sides of thIe thigh. He.was see that these two subjects will require great la- t
carried to the house of Mr. St. Dennis, where he bor and a sound judgment, and that our prosper- i
almost instantly expired.-JMontreal Aidv. ous success will depenId grp tly upon falling into s
w. Mc a no errors I;, .a4,d't t hlese parts of our work. I
Ew-OuLIeANs,Mayll.- Theofricersandmen Thieloaded wagos ponarriviap ttl link i
l)elonging to te privateer Bolivar, remain in con- of the Lehigh ive are letdown one a a tne on
imnement, and will probably be tried in about ten an inclined plans of 700 yards. They here pass i
lays or a fortnight. down aloader. iagoni and draw up arpinpty'one

M r ma., May 5 .- p ie.au. a rs .in 45 seconds, ithat is, each wagopn running 700
omera St d a ws. sted a ds in 45 seconds, qr at the ,tp of lp miles an
ty wOr manar onSaturdaoy on o a1pcerissed ,athor.. They appear tp go up d aod 4bwn ithtgreat
w-Orlans, gnd take ove on Sunday in th eae ad safety, hut we did tqe i4de in thgm,tlhey
tes ml boat next ay. Itisno nore anjus. wervry dirty.lpd epmnd ogaratltpp ,of st
ice to apt.. to sat that fom te tihefirst fpofortabletravellin."
heard ofthisecap'aireofhisvessellinBtooklnomicas f. a
ures to ayoid an investigation, but in..,.,:; ,t.i,. "i BItADTOWN, (Ken.) Xy 1If. t
i,... I 'ri ,cprati.n-: to repair to News.'ri..rt. ..,- Horriduarder.-On Monday morning, the7th
",|. i'i:.. ,Trp.-.[rTu :'',v. "a . ..* i ti,' th o Pouth p.rt p whington county,

sisa uvi .)-ne i mas .bit Wi.lt a rill., by lin,, ... h i ,,.n.:.. .i, t...i the han. of v .i ,n uid euar.tL..
thler, Richard Paiyne, and e.xpited irmidil.l I,. At i..lin-pl-b rnie, of ihe eame magqzal| anrd c ".
Tie p a rii.ulas f it'his rarsacuo .; o fair .i i .:. oi r ,.' t ;,riU n, is Aorn with, iliand.is FfinIl, b
hoit e.'jiB ino ourr Jiiu''V/luii'a ;Lre tiu.o: T rh !.' r r.tiiLt b, t ull do.ulki rrcw vOf tnfri IriIurI [arik.'
iher Of hli I've lrother.nid,. a d t'w i:.u- aI ,l I. .. .1 t J .,,; l.i ci.l ul"fthe, r' ulcrr I dr.av. n,
vng nsrie a lII, u.ivn, builiftti. ft'f,ny ftu,'.i io ii..ugl t ll Ii e nt reiL t the '. .it : o ir' i i,
H.;on rfti.bird. il'i v.'J.ll5af 1J..-p l edis 'I h, a l'r,..mi l lic rii tl Irc ll. a r.lera,:i -.f
c,ireulJcrt,:..b.,iri I,..ai11,.IIp fr 1,ale U LLu ,;4. z,; r.. !ji. n, -lr.... iett a h d ll l n h d car. J 'lr.jn .
it Vi: a ,Ii'-t'l .L d t, r li, ol rni.,a, h ,le.tl, I,.i .iw d v. ih ,iarr...r ,ic A h i, Ot pink .iwr..
liiLt- Wvl J ,, iun s uiir .1 lua t. .A I .,* rr ** ,J ...y i trji~m iid Jll [i.ui i.'g of t lih e saF c ;
cij.Ii d lt vW.L, i.j ,L rI I. I'. M ,ah- i .. h Ii 'puti *l t-. i v.iih rar,,.. Li,-nd. A rth i'* ik.
cOuitt'.y court i..l'i .'.,J ., ad:r .a to rc'..ord a ...., -ai 'l, 01 [ n*:.'B i-ti- u .r, .tith a brad ai Lnr-r
A i ,,,i lt tr.i C m- 0or,. r by if .. u. ,ai. I I.r(lcr,.-i n, i .lly ti,-..:i ,:.,i -rth;l drs
i-.'uitl o'f p i: ..., : .; latet. m. ri,, r rl, .1 t i.,e .i r''.i C .t..i i.- A idrt i' of, ve 3 n.
N,, -c I., r,..1 1d[t. m ,.hIdi l i,..'.as ..dr .cd i,,. rnu.Lj.io, iith ,:,. broad IlouneI:, *:.,,
bI L rc'.,n oi,, I,.,'rt.."I- .n i,- I.a.:,'.'r. i. ''I br.,oLtrEl rn a rich ,ard piTk uLdi [.p.A r-.re Tt,,.
,v L [,.jti i F I L it tou rn, .'. a l .r .l t. t in .'it'llth, b-d,\ plain. and mriad .e .. itly to t i k e U pc.
meeting, vtnvch proved so fatal to :h. I--.., -,e:d. but encircled. oun'd th pip-:r pF'.r .t"of Hl. bbgst.
ltichart Plynel.as not been apprehended. by a broad failing tucker o. fine laco, o( f
m .- muslin, beautifully embroidered, Ic, .,r!n"tr l,6
(From the Bosto.n Traveller.] flounce on ihe'bor4pe or the shirt. 'it i, sl.ev a.
Police Curt.-Yesterday caine on the exoi- .arelorpg.ai.d ..u~n,rie rt i ir~sbyv'i.:.i.-..rt-.
nation of Qeorge F. Weems,'on the charge of ed b: i..let: lthe diffrni .'.-.tions ,01' lhie l :.t
-Mr. JamesL. L.F. Warren, forpurloining sum- in pc-.ri? ,fin:l virouit ,'nd rn .,l:di j.i id e.i..
dry goods frohip his store; to wich he pleaded maic,iv vl,:c. The ar,- cart r,.,a .nidil iu-
nRot guilty. Tre evviaence was strong and expli- terd c,,rr. and Lbor.,, am .r.- i r Le mminle.
cit, qn4 the court ordered him to fipd sureties in puff; ",t"|ik-a-ue u \ii il, ti af1 "Or .-l fr,w.
the snm of2Qt for his appeara.Ae gt thep M ni- From the puff; depend long lappets, one of pinl
cipal Court, now in sesioti. No. qpe appeaqpg the othei.otf eanary-yelip,, aclh terminated b,
asbailihe .was.o.f course retal., toajail. tworichtasselsof silk.' A belt of' anary-ye oW,.
TWia We res s the samne Reverend gentleman, satin encircles tl)9 yaist, apri is fastened in froet
mentioned in our last, as having had a partial with a square gojd buckle. 'The eat-riaies worn
examination before a Police Justice, .nd exciting ,,with this dress ar, pf wrought golOid, ad't,
eotasi4erable conversation from the circumstance necklace is formed of two .rows 9- large peartS.'
of his having palmed .Im self off upon several We have sepn a dress i iilar in iA. o-, to
clergymen in this city and"Salem, as a-regularly above described, for an e'.cirri- pa-t i l I 4
licensed preacher. He is a native ofoneof the the dress was of tulle o r r .1 "salm, '.'a1 h.t.
southern states, has had the advantages ofa libe- flounce was of bln 9r6l. t, bicd N' whIIe a v -it
ral education, and wasted a largegsAm in riotous .the sleeves short, and. t .- i li on L.rc pF. i,
and illicit-practices. were formed of pearl-. Tie ,vb'ol.. I., ..,''.
In his possession were found, many articles of ~, t,..i,:r -ra,. ipt. a.i. irle i-, ,or tit1 d-.
stolen property, beside those of the merchant r i.r I..r rc .. ni Iri.... )I...r U.
who first detectedhim. Several valuable Theo-
logicalworks belonging to the Slern Athenaeum. INSOLVENTS-Continued r'"- I .1l'i
which he took from the shelves, previous to.his Argus, the stale paper--.Chmrles inl ..I -
introduction to.this city, were, found among,his gany, .i-..li.:..I ti.. I .:.r ce ..T,1'. ; ., .
L.ff ..et l. s, ..li ,a i.. .-, ,' .a .ire ..ili i.i arid orris, .: f C a .-.n, .Ju,. l ; .i f '. 1 ~.,: i ..
: ;.:., >..; m; iJ .t.llm .. -,,1 n.. r. 'I. _.j.. ap- ..f C .. ii.,.L. ..hi' 01 ; J.,i..: ..... *^ iffer-
F'r. 5Iabli' -. L I..,.:r h..: ,l..,ul.l t.-r .j .J .u I his 1 ; All'Cd .,.. ,r *.-. o..h l' ;('r: l i -,. -
.-l'.nrit. Ir. 111. n h 1 p1 .... l n ..o,.r. ,.r his ,,n, lof O -,, ...iul, i i .I -r, ofdJ "
"* l[it, n [,| l n .,!,.: ,.jri -l'. ,:..rrt ,' i *jl ; l.,r,,s, LIl .Ji .-." d.. ul -:3 ; hti r.
Du~reg o, u the lie r.,t._.' ,i-, s ,u 4tl Le- il. Lai..n, Wf Qi.:-r...iuiv : -'il-. Si r, S r. ..
.ilqattro l:ht wivn e', a rrr:-ihb r It,.-.ht M :dva SC,.IhthaJ,,.. ,\,A .,,, **, ; .i.:.iai- ltjn rit.'.m c.'Sa-
innu'-ed hi W tohlg,, l tl'lr c sr.,.nn lror it Ii t..t:.-.,.iilv 1I ; G ,.i. Sr11nh-.i n iCubern, July21.
vin,nippqteditiqihave Le. n takenr.by some vil-
lainoutelanw. 'lFe ciai% ;,- i,.-.rC.. ",'trd of pRCa O--F -K-'B
until fir' the tir,,ier,.insn ,.f \\'eir. h,-n it PRICES OF STOCKS.
wiwa di~,s'vat, r..e-ly .i'vli.d, ainong ,l.s %, -.rd- W" )Nv4AY EvEKmING, J ne 6, 18IS
Fobo, Sincah caiit in imin. lsla.- mnile,-avc- ',jj'Td at.Sed,
ral proposals qt respectable boarding ses, to 1813 T 101 '
treqpfaq.s ad u.p with them, a4d to dipe at the U. States' Sixes, -81184 1i :. v. i.'
E.'hange, in order probably to. Pa ry q,' with 815 10 10'4
more facility his iniquitous schemrs. From some iv0
cause his propositions were not a . believe, in asingdeinsE.nce. Wemightadd other Exchangedt d
particulars, but enough has been relate to exhibit US our' and a "31
him as he is-a thorough dissemblpe ain illain- ia-lr a183-3
ous impostor,. ". : 1833
At no foriner period, we believe, ': -. i.:- 'oni- (Ca'I- Sa-:':-, 1'837 11;4
sqmption of cotton wool greater, .t' *s gril as 1.:. i.:., 1845
at this period. The mills are all workingg full do Fives, .1837 10( 174
tiine, and running,lpon the average,on rather a do- do 1845
lower number of yarns, which, of course, work Corporation Sixes
up a proportionably large weight of the raw ma.- do Fives 180 :
trial. There has been, we believe, for some time, do, do 31
a great deand for twist for shipping, but at ex-
ceedingly low prices., The ordeis,too, have not United State,, :' a '. 1:91-8 1224
beepperemptory; and whilst cotton was soften- New-York' : : : '1 1 1.3
ing an -8d or l-4d per lb. overyweek in Liver- Manhattan .': 11 i 1164fi1
pool, the export houses would n6t boty e. ept 'i 1 r. r I' .. .
priceswhicli left a ii, 1,".;:;,,;,rt ;.r..S ,., hi : : 13 113..
indeed, any at all,) even to spminerswho were fa- Union- 11n.
vourably circumstances. Within the last ten America .
days, however, since cotton has been hardening a City l
little si the Liverpool market, there have been Phclnix 2 7 27I.
some lightyptoms of improvement in twist: rri,,1i.,i r a 7
Prices, however, contlnu~ excessively low, and N ..,, ,.r ,
thespinning business,generaly speaking,.' e- ,.., : ,08^ 110
ieve, iao,t affording a fair remuneration f..r thn ,,-1 m .
capital and labour of those engaged in it. Fulton 44 44r
As to manufactured goods, there are some Del. & Hudson CanalCo. "' a. 90' 90
sorts which, from stocks pressing upon the iar- Drypck : '.
ket, or front appuliearwant of" n onieyin thema- ~a. .. 1,-i. -, Banking Co nipp, : .
kors of them, have been sold this week upon l Hakensackl .
terns quite a low, if nont lower than ever. But Lran- islai.lE 'i- '
qffthe assurance of several extensive buyers1,we Lr-'-. rn,,, Ink, l, : '1 0
arpenabled to state that, ..., t -. in production .i, 'i%,
is, stacks, generally speaking, are not heavy, a.nd 1U d -
w learn from several manufacturers ofa different
sorts of cotton goods, that they have within the m s, a aIs mv RANCE P.R.
last week, fopnd'a considerably greater facility in. N -York -
making sales, and realize a small profit on them. gope : : : i ,
The demand for power loom cloth by the printers Armtc :. .. 120
is brisk. Indeed, it is probable that the quantity I-,' : : : : 12Q
of prints stamped up to the present time this 1:. :
year is, to the full, as great as' the correspondmg n .
period of any previous year. n I R
The country trada has not c:i blited so much :.
bustle this spring as on :,14..,,' '... occasions, .
but this is in sme degree owing to a change in .'-'.' 8 85.
the habits of the buyers, who now visit the mar- "' : : 7
ket considerably more frequently thali they were FIRE INSUa.tl5 c A :O.f.10"
accustomed to do a few years ago. 'Many .t" 'li :' ; 10Q '12
those who used to come twice in a year, no,. ,'' '' 1 : :
come four times; and the London wholesale Eagle : : 124 125
houses wliq usually visited u every six. weeks Globe : : : 114 114,X
or two months,, are now in the market twice as Franklin : : : 5 61
often, several of them, indeed, every fortnight. -Mechanics' : t iJ. 6V
In( the export demand for goods there is a very Merchalrts : : 105' I'ti
gratifying degree f activity. It is several years, Fulton : a 118.
we understand, since the spring shipments top the Mfnhttan : : : : 114 116
United Sta tes weie so large as they have been Mercanti'e : :
this season, and we believe we may say, that ge- North River a : : 3 T
nerally from most markets which are not closed Farrpers'Lian : : : e 101
against us by political events or commercial re- Chatham : 0
strictions, there are extensive orders for our ma- Equitabl : :- : : n '
nuf pictures We have been aii.r,..., Il.-i i,. Phmniix : : : :9
quantity of printed calicoes, packed last week Jeffrson : : ;
for exportation under t.he superintenence of the Sun : : : 10.
excise, was greater than within the same time at Greenwich
any former period whatever. Profits no doubt United States :
are very small and prices very low, and with the Co'triahutiondhip : : L0h
enormous facilities of production in the cotton CEtna : : ": 91- 1 ,l -
manufacture, which this country possesses, it is Protection : : 4't
not probable, at any early period, thp demand Tradr1 : : 88
will outstrip the supply, so as to admit of their Trafdesmen's : ; ': .
mt',erlahit ri-,.. B,,r .-'i .''n : t i, '.'.. .,e,o'f"the H ow ,rd : : ;
J..epsull rin_. ':.l'lth .. l "l..,:.m ,' r;.,wecan .Lafayettp ; : '
11i hy nio innp.1q r.-.,'ld ii,.: ,is.: w which have Firemen's o : 14 ]i.;
Ied to this redJ-ti'l.,n -. tllnh-r it-..1i, a- an un- Orange 9w w
nuiid nil. 'New-York Lombard : :
We are nw s.ippl,;,i, t ho in ailr of f the New-York Loap Co. : a
w.*rld wilth a,:ii..r, gd..,s un mu.:l I lu ,r terms Water Works : : : :
lih.n aryo'ir c.nmp..it.r a:r,, ri p'our.e them. N. -Y.l'k Gas Light Co. ;:- 189 .i
W lm ate Lt.;r .r ,*1,,111 1o N.>, l. ,ii n.rrca, i'iti- New-York Coal Co. : '
cles which will have to pay an ipaport duty of N. York & Schuylkill Cpal Co. :. 88 S
sixty tqseventy-fivepercent.but whiplh sLillcan- D. & 0. S. Boat" : :' : '.
not be metby her oryn manufapturps. In France Brooklyn Insurance company a! -
the cotton manufacture is, accor!igg to accounts Brooklyn Gas Light Co, 'a
on which we place full reliance, i astate ofgrca- Merchants' Exchange :' ) '; la( -
ter depression than it has benin this country Morris Canal .: : : -' 1l7
at the worst period of the last two years; and Ohio Canal, 6 peir cent.- ": a' 18"6 1074
though in Switzerland and Germany, by means fi do a ':a 96 10Q
four cheap twist, they may supply themselves 1 A R I ),
wjth a large portion of the goods they consune, Wenesday morning, by h Rev. Mr. Bwn
they would be unable to rival qs in thp export Ice, the ee."dioxSY moreing, oP RLl: stonemnJ..
trade, even in their local situatiqq were pot unfa- 'o Rol. eAm G...ret. o f. 0llon, J...
vorallp for it. But wp are not 'only puttihig Snoith, o tlisecit.."' ....f ......
jowd s competition; but we are, at the same time, Tuesdayveni y Rev, .
largely increasing the demand for our fabrics in MTr. Andrew e H. Mik, to Mi. Monteith,
quarters where it never existed before; and ex- Miller, daughter of thi late Gorga .s..imlral
endingitwherpit existed. f his city e il... .
On the wholo, therefore, considering how se- ut usday, 5th inst, by the Rv Dr. eAuley
vere the shock whipchl the commercial interest has Mr. Daniel Colcy to Mis Env Dm.lie Burasley
had to sustain, we think we may pronounce the daughterofMr. G eorge G. Burra.illolthe Bsltv
cotton manufacture in its various branches to be At Brooklyn, pn Thliurs yltoyth scRtyv
gradually though slowly getting into a healthy Mr. Maso E. SoTaltn aGa. t Mthe Rev.
tate; andif, as we most anxiously hnpe will be aMdria, St. Chink1' tilan boto L ityAex
hlie case, we have nq more tampering with the a.dna t 'Milan, botof tiscy,
currency, we trust that confidence will progress D I E ,
sivoly revive, and that though we may nqt, as we At fortress MTckinc, (Michin,) on th l6t
beliovp ye salll not; again witness the extrpIPe May, Lieut. David BrMoksg.ft lra'y,'
and unnatural briskness, and excitatiod'n Qf '1824 S. rmy p m f theHons.'1d roohs, 1nfaurlierl
and part of ,25, Wemshall al p yt spid suds trad- qf Dtaoes Hcountys N.Y oo.s e" -'
ul !reapp.ts l whliieh hqi s iiap len upon us. AtNwpot, Cptohn Cogesh ,rsie
... ancheste' Guardian. qf the Nerypot B-ink, ip ihe 7fst yehr oh' hisesan,

A [From L4 'Ila ssmble.] ap.' '. a r .lutoa pat i
A.e)p )i e In waqr of indepe ati ge cA", jqe
pFASI ONSaFOReMAY. pritarmed vessel f war..
Walking Dress.-A dre of gros 0e Naples, At Ballstqn.y, el ...rQAhgpFwio QMr. ,l
oa pachoirqtuttbrown, ornamented at theborder vey GroapgpR, aratnga,' gil '-g p
witth two Mexican flounces, bound zound ,irl placeIr s rt ag 7. A
naFow rouleaft-binding of thessiain ma r,al r.,i r Al ey cqup7 4rs. Rat.bt; we 0f' "
thedress: body made quite plaip and slceves Ratibun, Es 37 p t Troay, Mr.' Iard K'in
rnmoeratolywide, with fluted orhamtnts, stand- berlyu51 -Mrs. .W t Troy, Mr.idow of a Z
j#upward pfrom threw .pt rer o ,re "q bvr 'li .W eVerI' ..dow of .t ,

.--. .A. ,4(..... -. --- ..... .aymnn, AMarch 24-Thie proposal' made to CAUTION RENEWED. L.AVDS FOR S.?U LE V P'LVIRG1NLU. PROVED & WARRANTED
.pea, .-Tlie, f!lowving.iterbs of Spanish news the States of Hesse Darmstadt, to grant the sum VI-HE Subscriber deems it a duty he owes i. to HE Subscriber has numerous tracts of land PA TET,' C. ST STEEL BELLS..
..' o of O03,466florins, to effect the pl)rojectedrectifica- JL the Public, as wdli as to IEMMING -L in the western counties of irgoinia, to wit: --.
W ere elx elh aeuyesterday forw a rnt of room :-.- -2 1'., -
yere exided yesterday for want of room:- io of thecourse of the Rhhie, above Opperbeimn, & SONS, to Qrepeat the caution gien them some in Greenbrier, Munroe, Kanhawa, Giles, Logan, ,I [rI
[From the Constitutionnel.' 1 I ;I :dTbswok wI ) wl cr" '" v ..
-[From the Constitutionnl.1 Ln approvd. This work, which will car- time ago, to beware of the spurious',Needles in Wood, Monongfdia, Preston, H.arrison, Lewis, _'. i'I.''
(Pritvate Correspondence.) MA-.k i.,, .,1 ri1 1.,: .," .i: .. r rapidity, and lessen circulation throughout this country, abellcd a: Cabell, and Randc!ph, which hlie proposes to seoil /, ,
The Ministorof-Warreeived to ..r.r.: Lr *'.*.ill also be of great R.. H. & SONs. This caution L rendered the at public auction, at the times and places as be- I!
officer despatched bythe Marnquis of CatmnoSa- advantage to.tl.e nav.gation of ,the river, as, by more necessary, as a new s;;cics of tlese spu- !ow :- I ;
grde, andoin the afternoon 6i roi the shortcut, vessels will wanit only halfanvhour tious needles have htelv ,,I e vwerior f tof a. A rprt has, oad, at moAt, where they now take four hours. Na. in this city, said to have been imported'iroin Ho]- :ies, to becsold on Tuesday, the 5th day of junt G ,--- -., -m ,
adA a d n I
mt,5h-i QafiCli~stshlia~d'attcmn tcd, by fnsh coupn turo has already come to the aid tOF this reat tuun- land. Be tiat. as it may,, thley. .re of tle .inos' :;oxt, at Pi t pleasant. "t". '. ". ,' -.... ..'l.,
tht 0 Crl t attempted, 1), ILfresh coup- r e I -r ': o -ain, to, get possessioilof that town and drtaking', which will be a lasting monument' of inferior kind, andwould be dear at any pri(,c, to 250,00f) acres in Kanhawa and Lo.-an, on Mon- I ; f
that tteBisoph celebrated blichael Sez, had the paternal care of our Governinont. It ap- use, forthey would consume more time (and time day. 1lth .une, atL Charleston. I I .'
disappeared. pears that the ice and high water have already is money) and waste more thread. than good ones 120,000 acres in Grecnbricr and Monroe, on ,'
On his side, Gen Sa-rsfield has also snto the opened a v/ay in the direction of the proposed would cost, tenfold. Tihe labels are soF clumsilv Monday 2,th June, at .. ;-:. o'."I
MinisferofWar an express. .,;.i, ... .. cut, in someplaces to the depth of eighteen or done, that no peron who has dealt in genuine 250,000 acres in Lewis ,, '.. ...1, on Monday .,,
dove of a new t for ,n twenty feet; and it is affirmed, nearly tohalf thle ones, can be mistaken or deceived witi them. 2d July, at WVeston. ? ; .
regiment Tilis courier announces, in addition, distance. This fortunate circumstance wili This notice is cliieflv intended for those who have 70,000 acres Hin garrison, on Monday, 16ti Ju-
that the military chests of the army are exhaust- greatly facilitate the wnrk.- geine Zeitng. not the means- :. J.' r.aca, and are ly, at ariksbtIg. i, Piol
.i.p ,ira, .of :m ,, ..:... r ...;!,. used by de- 1.50,000 acrcs in .T ... ,,J.1 PIresto ,on, I I II,, ,
red, nd that it would be dangtroups ithoulcav eeven SEA SERPENT. i;n men to make money at their expense. 1..,..I- 23d July, 1 .': .. ...... "' "., ., d
a consequeo, every farthing that remained in th,. 7 the edt.tor of the Connaughl.Journal. -,. nefarious conduct merits excrations and .u- ",I.. acres in Randolph, on Monday,27thI 1 -- ... I", .
public treasury, and even in the treasure chests of Quebec Trader,.. 1 .--.,i, i i...... .f Arran, ", .... ..ul y w th -r.c.' ald v nd Iurt Kev r V ia L d I al,,;|
tht- Crown, h, been takoe.out and sent to M.-de (I L... i... ,-,1897. .. ,' :, 'bak l. e ererars o ales to o Iom day to d until al .,,
S.ar.h n. '[i.:, 1m.tunt ?ftthese.sums cannot go Sist- Hul vingt-f this favoturhable Opportunity of this base forgery are do.btess aware that the3 are sold. I I,
fl r, for ttle clergy and them onks on finding that tran sin ittino- to yo u ,I ,, .. ,. 'I. ,- ..." r.h i oc- ure se-e;.cif h oln 'puni shm ent, t _el the s um 4,. B ein o blil cd to c doso several slates l,,issea- L.
,heGovernment have rnot m ,r~cd.tire armies r,ire,'r-,n i :T:h mpv .."I .",, 11 i.-. -,I: ,.-aIc -11sa tha EHemmning kSou, arens or ,:.on, those who may~iht ae ucae r -
I across the frontier :sof P ortugyfjh .ha~e, drav wn close I, At d ,.1 I; I,. I,.- I. .-I,:..,.. .. I' '. ,,Iths.ounry A nd is th cii .. i. h, 1- ;s rep- iesp ect fully invite d to view those lan ds, and at- ,-O ST P H Yv C i-Ii -1-,-, .iteral A ge nt an d dm al-
lc rpurse-strings ,age o ru .. ,:..1...I ,. :., ,.. -I, .. -..,1, sensible on that account? ,, .. .-. Eng- tend the saLes, where thcy may hav a chance of orin i .. .W ater-street.having
SOnft(n fidt--wliicli, any'.vwhM- ,ltuit Ihere, wo l ,ould .. .'...... i..,..- : l ,,.. .. ... r.-,- ,.: I ..',- .l.: nd'they would be candidates for citizenship in "i--7r unablele purchases, as the lands must be I ,l for.l rth e sale ofthe l';.ientcasl
alt. eter isigificant--.fixes, at present, the wto* to ti -the truth o f what we B Teere, asthoe nged i .I, ,.. areo e valuable bottom lands on I. ite publi hat they a, now
I attetiO of tho public in a particular degree. saw. Beisr bou.d from Ihodeldand forLiv-,' itis despcable traffic, cann not come atbylaw, the rivers and creeks, .nd a -arlacrquantity .t .- ...... ... on an improved principle, whichena-
Thc Ki-"tI der d ht tp Court hall po ,it tli suth i lahds of Iwouild respectfullyolicit in bciaf of R. Hem- rood farming lands. The lands will be sold in blMs him to warrant them; and Ihe increasing
pa,,C ,1 ... *, "e ". r es a We i h I 'ing & So"s, t- hcti co-operation. of all the friends iarge tracts to purchasers wishing to make lar-oe demand is the most satisfactory proof that thcy
pass '.hr.-A r n Ir .. I lie W i t I li ,I I 1A ...-. ti :,f ,, i n-a e ir a .,.. ,,_j.. -,,I,,,.. .... 1 s i in s he coo. ...ha t e
.been I... ,il 1.,.,_,, ,r, I ... .:I ,., who have sortiet t.- .-.. -'.i-1, about two miles head, a of honestly and plain ... ,;... .:r, putting a stop settlements, or in inH .iller tracts to suit smaller possess a!l tlh. ] ,i .. 1 fully ansv.er all
1 r .' P af' hoa, esct i I b;-1- .r I- -Mr to the sale of Ihese spurious needles, as it is settlements, or in single tirms. There are many the valuable i i..I. 1_. i.. they have been
r.-.n1,, I..a f- d.-C.1,: I,.. ,I the Parace, from vessIc .--. I .I,. ', :.. ,I no-,,, for teir own benefit o to do. It is notorious settled fanrms ou,the lauds in cnch county. A recommended.
,t ,r. ., i ,.: 1 a., a ud an six nc, to a boar ar Ier; 0 i d :: :, 1 .- .I.s.. ,- ) ... blle o m is ar. o put LP in credit w ill begiven. of1, 3 and 4 years, paya- A constant supply of various kinds hopt on,
tlh: ;I ,IC .%I 11 I -. "11 F .-.... Lty, r .tojoin in. hiiledby the niate, w ho was one of ii.. ,,.. '" ..""'u label-le'd w 1tn R. H cm ning oi & Sons' ble by an unnl ii alincsts, .I, ,-. .,.-1titles. hand.
S, l ,are toejoo ..-,-. nedles are much superior to the The particular.iofthesemland. separatetracts, Aso, PatentlFrames,with llammnners,foruing
S r b I n, I Iin I -...I II.I. E, ,, L ....-',.-, ; ..h..I obli~g a- assitian ce, -., I,.1 I',. I- icm h -I- I' 1 : :... ... .
tory onnthosetoiwhom itis I.'.. :.' ,: byno psible speed.' i hove ie Quebec to the wind, Dutch ones; but the same kind of needles can be will be explained at the time and pace of each them, at an expense notcced;ng five orsixdol-
k.' .,"..,,.',i,!ri.. and presently learned thatThomas Wilson eing bought at twenty to twenty-five per cent. less in sale. I iurs, for the largest size.
; .- *R. s, -ihe first to bo a rdnwas instantly devoured bv a other papers; and stdl pe(pIlo allow themselves The subscriber will ofter for sale at public Applications and orders will be promptly at-
tr n Iru P *. Arts April 2.3. d ,,st ,eorrib1e.aninal, (he like o w.lich they had 'to b na-lled out o 50 ocnts on each thousand action, 35,000 acres of land, lying in Lentucky, tended to.
nvLetorrs froin Iohrun ya rdort 1hc,, arqthis timethe wrechO necle' lira fogod namrne. Some of the persons at the Red Bs.ans, C.. -.., .-.. .I...:I.., N, .B All pe-rsons are lhorcby warned against
.Chavesiand his uicele, eiveira,were to arrive atlnvr- n nor ab, o g i li e tis lic t- la i tr ringg upon the a oresaid atent prov-
Jrun ontile 181.h, to ha 3sent'fr'om that place to "',sd(Iriv nto about Itcablt3length tof m .= .. : -. on. r < ur s t ern ', c IIIL,,d i n t s h"lticahen'w,,il knlown ,Pu,'chat "" t, illseveralt tr,, ... ,., ., I- -I--iI--. : -...:.,, j iuri -ino- Upon tile a oresaid ipatented imlprove-I
I, ,. ... .. to s t fa d .... sers can ot be too calreulal !o .^n \'lo they ptr- town, with abo-ia u 1,,..11 i ,- ,, i,. I ...1". e nients. ,
the French 'territory. where tile,,,will be placed fno'o h,,leu I could lplaitilyv aA l I,, I u .. NeJI
uthe Frtnlh tes itory.iwe erne they will ba e plact d ft ,L orof the serneit t.i. ,'-' 1 -" ,1, '.. ,-ihase, (there are but few ofthe hawkers a nd ped- in 1he state of Kentucky. .The time and place New-York.DDec. 1826. d 18-d&-ctf
.under the superinteadence of t.he agnt of the d oi ti, ea(.. deck i*s head .:t ",,' 1 i .... I... I that carry the best kind; they will -not riveo of sale will be imade known previous to: the sale BELLN -
iohee, stationed at deobil. 'Jtshindpart ,ithe -r ... I ..... ll..price for the.) Many of thre respectable .taking place. .- WM. PRENT1SS: LL DRY.
The advance made by the Spa is oops s cosa o sid it The sur ise hardware dealers import and sell the genuine. Point: .. ... ,,:..- ...' County,.%May, 15,1827. ,_ .., ULrTT-TIT '.?'-, 1.,.;.. ,..
towards the frontiers of Portugal, is ascribed to o lyi close1aoi ,nas n which struck alon b rd d kind. hesubscriberalsoim portsth cm i his jo4- i..,- " '- '. ... ... I I ,, *": .... l'.
t he ,nov., ... I..., ,I .. .' ... .. I I -, "- r.-.,-,.rnaion which struck all on board ,- n"" .n m toi therein addition n4totthe usua llab l. I o... I7 ,: -- .. .,,l, l ., '.. .
I -,-'" 1, -- !; ,.. -* 11 .1. I .,I ,i Z n .. h. ..: I)~- .h -,> -|.' I., .- ;, c.-l th em in addition to the usual label. ,. ,,,J .- -: < ,,. i,1 i., I ,, .! .
troops, t ,hat ,, ,,- I. .. '-. :. ..i. ,',- r ', i ,,r, ... ,1 .,1,.. 7! ,... .r. h ,s s affidavits under the hand and VA LUABLE !!! i,1,,. 1.'..,., near Starhnck
-roopst,. ,ea i,. .. ., i.. 1 11 ... i ..,, -,.., i, ,... ,il.n"us' i. .onsand the prin-r oftho labels, ".[E In conseq uence of the immense bus- ". G- lo ., Air Furnace, andd
The arm, '.:.Ili .. Ir ,,I ..... )" '.."" -1,1.-- -JoIh.n1 .0 ...C.. .i. 1n 1 -.. dIon .on as ttl plil'aehineti(,a~~e
Thei ,,..-. -.i H i .. -r :. : l r Ii., r i ',.. r,.,., : siv I. h. ',- selis are genuineaud that thev ess that must, after a fw years, centre at C Lan don's Machine
stnsopp osite -,-. i-, ; n.-,. .-:"....; .r oundorwhich n'i..f .... i ,m .1pro,,, ,se for Inm; so that l Eastern trmaion ot e rea Wester Shop,ispreparedto executeanv
.I. ns pofohostil-itty.y 2, .. ..-,,.-" ,|1 hL,,c,:t,, ie-h. .. -. obtain R. H. & Sons'gc- lakena.vigation, the property offered for sale by orders' hisline ofbusinossviz:
I ." ( From O Forh ces.) ; thee'sane'moment "i c.. .r,,.i,. ,i :-J Ir. I,-:.''1, .h-"*; .': I .: :r of his Thread and Nee- ', .' ;.-,, .. .' ". ", ,. ... I- CH URCH BELLS,L ,,.
S ELvas, April 5 body:and tail, in six.orsev..,, I:.:, ... .i,. h,.:;._,, dle sl,-.., ,, I. ; ,(.; .,." .. -r.-.,. ., mgcxtr.m el valuable: .r ov D CAST I ON YOKES.
IfiI p -on ,- tljy 'c-edi~ju t~tiiv (I i ..., -I., IVITH lIifraOVE D CAST IR LON YOKES.
B peon .o-rthy ofcedit,just arrived ; .... ,, n -.. I 1. --0 ... i, I., street ; ". I .. I ... ovr:vot G.ENEk.U.' s O Also--Town Clocks, Copper and rassCast-
SP. n. i.: r,,. lat tlire are at Carceres 3,UUt. ,,, ,, ., ,,.- .., .1 ,d ,,, I . Stae of ew- k, .. ..... I 28, 1827.5 in s 'SurvyorAs'hIstrumentsonthemostimprov-
m,,n,l.ln:,lh 11,1..In, ar,,I I. .- lb,.. | 1st ... .. ,, distorted]; its throat'a d : .: k l ,.. : on"hand, selected. t rar' I,. ...d. :.:. 1 OTICE is hereby, given,. that on W cdncs- ecdconstructions.. &c.I&c. &c. .e e29-law ime
-Jd Ia tah ,.;--f110-"I I -, ," ,- ofI I creor ttccties. &'c.
i...iat,. .' ", e, u ... ." ..i "'-.. .. of pro- tean y ot ar part of i ht r n as' groat care,-by OHN .. .. I ,. I n .1h, i l .-- f .1. l. it ten b' clock
Sir... ..i....m-.,one regiment of cavalry, and ,were its body pnd sides, -..d i,.. V- I lack and N.B. In order and with view to correct and in. '.,. i... .-,1 ,,.,; r-......- Black Roock EV tUr : C. !,.raved, Printed, and Sold
c..a:,1.....- ..I "ya] guard. They say they are scalv;'it had ears or fins suspended. near the .. .. .-.....' ...* and Hotel, in the village of Black Rock, will com- 1 b,, 1 11i I ,.", Chatham-strect,
only waitinm for five battalions of infantry to in- ]- o,, n l- and on thie nostrils a "' ., c, that I havee no con- mennce the sale. by Anoin, ,,f ille Lts lately 1. y 1 ,' .....' .l..... ,I,. l Howard, 2.5
vade Portugal. TIR.-troops are very w licloLlied, horny excrescence, .blut and about eighteen `-1 1 ...n "" .....I --: r :-... other TI ... ,,, ",-.:.- laid out .next -to i ,. .. ,. i1 ..... ..' and of 26 1 I,,12 1,rI,.: o. -" 11 .: ',timeI have
armed, and disciplined, and are exercised in .. ] r.- ,.its chops wee -broad and flat.-- '* "- ...... h..l' r ldbove n ..... .1 ,,.,i theo SrE,,s roRn WHA.Rvs in the Harbour. I seen, a new Scotch Song with accom-
firing tree tines a week. \ ,! i .. rop a i- .. ... 0. 0.1- I ball no person has any connection .' .... I., ...i: The Conditions of Paqment will be, that one : panimonts for the piano, by E.C.Riley, 2.5
Generals Sarsfied and Rodil are at variance; and l sluo-s, it lided mai jsticall into the sea ofthese. J. M. fourth of the consider-ationmonics be paid within 3. Gildon's Favourite March, for the Piano
the first was at Carceres, three leagues from .avo a splash with its tail, and -.; .:- Printers throughout the United States, would forty-ight hours, aid tlie remainder by six equal or Harp, 50
'I .1i'.. r de ha RagiUsa, carrying on theo corres- :.',, 'ti. ', ,,, ... .. ohi' Adaz :l.: r,' promote the interest of their subscribersby no- annual instalmenis, with interest at ithe rate of 4. Indian War Dance and March Grotesque,
..:.r,.J.:i..:.:. himself and wring very, retired, only .. I ... ,' and Mr. Robert Crocker icing thi above 'imposition six per cent. per annum. The further conditions as performed, at Chatham Theat:,in
-h. ...s t.. .-.') whion absolute y necessary. ,senocrs, boarded her, and with grief had our mn'10-Sawlmc,-c will be made known at the time of sale. ,Brier C.'I;T,. ..1r....... I John Davies, 25
I.,-, ..: .1'"LIl of March orders were ricnived reboig or e ftc o, i"l vi h .rSIMEON DE WITT, 5. Riley's 1 r .. -,., 1.. Violoncello in
by the brigade at Carcres. to give discharges t : i re to'be found; the vess TO THE .UBLIC. m S9-3td tJy27 Surveyor General. eluding a Treatise on Music with Scales,
soldiers who ought t : .;.-. 1,.. I !;. -. ... ..-g-II ... ,, a I,.OM A Y f I, II- Exercises, and Preludes- to which is.
On the 31st, it w I ,*. -"-. '!.I anc 1, anr,',n ''.1I : I ct; itblis .e I. *" 1 i **' i rI S!1G,.II.,PAEENT I M- euv3 GNEGAL OFFICEI a T t L addedThirtyLessonsand Duettsin the
Rodil had boeen sumn.-- I.,.. .. ,I.r.. ,,. divi- t oh'an t, aL 1" Iup, was upon' tlh eRovED WATEr1 WWool SPINNING FRAME, and Stale of ew-York, Alban., May 1 6, 1827. 1st, 2d, 3d, and 4th Position ; price $3.
Ssioeexorcising under the commna.ud of General ek,,s f .f .,, '._ .: .., ws urv ; it is COTTON Sorn.,for thle United States, and also OTICE is hereby gil;on, that on Tuesday, G. Musical Instruments repaired, regulated
Sari Juan, but withoutany power -.,. ,., .I.,. s os tobe excromet of t al. Our r' !-I ." l. RorI, for the territory of Now- A the seveutMenth1 day of July next, at ten and tuned in the best manner.
*ithit.' ainst O'clock in the forenoon, 7. Musical instruction by I
\ c o i en ctoures is, that the m onsier being attiracted-LI', .. h .I caution the tublic a- in t f n on ," at. |l C oiit I ousc ig n i instruction bT
L'-- ,, .4 i. ... .Iho'4th, it was reporI-ted at by te bodies of tie sufferers in thereck, had inging on either of the above patents. The Oswego, will commence the sale of the Lots're- jy 14 E. C. RILEY.
B A I Iri-, ) 11 'I. I' i. r. n fi 1 ii -'; J r i '.< '11 -.1. I111. 11 -1 Iu .1* l.a o pn t iiiK ti d m m f'ii ri p r r ie o a nle v ia
i. i n .. .. I.,. !. .. taken np) its abode throe, and devoured ",, ,,, !.aoe.... 1 l'I ..... i. d,. ale nlaielnes, niu h rr, of t, t i vilIaTe
Jilld laou h wo- 0 e s rd mthatie 1._I.. r.n, I I "1.. .- 1.a ov ahns and maniunlg tile 11-rep f"of the State ill the village .
ILad brought word that the i. ,.. I...n ....l fee a ..l ." .I :" ..... W oollen Maeiinery of Iast and .. ... 'BRONX BLEACH W ORKS,
"l .1 t `3 a l -e r. '. N c o n sid e r- t s I o ui- t|l t o b e a b o ni t 'I e e L 8 ,- ld II ; ,Io E s n .B O X L A H W R S
,,t -do losCbalocros, had marched in the tsirth fom to lqfbeet I to order, in the best manner and on the lowest The Condi'. .... ., -ill be, that one fourth NEAR WEST IFARMS.
ar,."on.ofBarrancos. t- '.. terms.. JOSEPH'W. H UBBARD, Seery. part of the .,,--,,-..-,., money be paid within PETER H.,SCHE.WTC & CO. Ag,/lents,
-' 11 "I ,m I I reI n nainS i r-,you r ob edient sery ant, e i s O L .W H U P D ,S e r P r f i l .
,A"-rs, April 21 I- H, MAS- ,o'A M ster. Middletown, August 1st, 1826. aug 1-y forty-eiglht hours, and the remitinder by six equal No. 123 Maiden-lane, (ul stairs.)
.. Is, "" "- t TnOn3IA CLLAR ;, ari Master.... ..---ann'ual iinstalmcnts with interest at the rate of six Z ll i il prto' nalresae
In savoiral ofour previous numbers, and ep e- e undersignedcertify thetr of the,,a instalmnts with interest at trao of six in full operation, on a large scale, or
.. -, "11 .. "--cI,,e,,,ers '.... .I .. PerL cent. per an u =l=-
cially inthat ofth.28IthJan.lastwehavera-Ied ."e -se. i ,i o p er crnt. per annum. Bletachin., Calendering, Cleansinrg, .-.ir... ni,,,.
d ubtsof the "..i.. ; ,1 :. ;-..i of Para- v .. SIMEON DE W ITT, all kinds'ofCotton Goods, which they finish and
.- : 6' .... ....-.. .. I, -. o 'wih JON ADA, Mata, o !m 1 ^' OTtCO.,o.12Centrnl- no2 -1]td tJyl7c Surveyor General. put up in the very best style, and with despatch.
.. : .'.. ,,-,.. te polit ,, "N ""au,.and 1 .,,.a t,; make advances iG Cash Goods that have been soiled or'stained, can be
I.-' ," l'- .. .e i the "1- i .- ROB T CrOlCF.R, Passengers., on FOR SALE, clean''.ed *ind y gd i r-1 FOR odr t
'. -- ... .... l av e "- .. '- ..... .... P. 8. M.--,r. Ir i-E, C o to proceed "-ncA r n l ai w here A tw o sto brick iO U SE and L O T cle nsed anf put Ip in th eir oricin al or er, at aL
I ^ .* P ~e ,- ,, *pS.Mr. Crok-r!1,-.--i-,,- occasion to proced Adi w-o!,hr praesil aQ I Iw soybik OUEadLT ,-,,~^J GostifnaorBck-ean iii
.':' l"' --- I .''!""' F ""..`. toDublin,chooses- .-.I ...- frgoing toLiver- be made for Casli oi thei i... ... Jl i thle vicinity of thlie City Hotel, b e- pe s mpnne.orn r u
,.-. .... ad.- wed.canm nowgive as pool, and will be he bearer o this 'st mentstatement. GEO. OAKLE \ ,' .;.. I d-)l-rcet, twccn -Broadway .nd Greenwich-street-said heir Team, whic--said the best manner o town daily, will
*been i I .'.. ,fa t--ah. T.. C (drMaiden-lanee.) I- cse ise built' in modern style contaiig call and ceiv goodsinanypart of the city, and
.... "" ...I. '- "- 7., .1, ... aowa ysot"n, i .. ..... ".-a dlivergthodsamefreeofxpnse. Arltorderscit, '
1',, r .. ',* l ; /"'" l r ^ w .. i s. .-1 .- I i F-..- a d, '; ti ,.p '\l.r,. b etwo cn Lau-
I 0 -, C." I 1. ... O..- c.,I t. .s, ....f.', '-- .... .. and D o W- ....t s II I ile at,.,, I.,_n.L u -t w ith th e A gents w yillbe prom p tly attend d to ,
S .... h i T A O l c t ....... ,1Z .. i. y 1 o s is .n w ; .- ; .- . .. ... "" 'e 'A "' h. i t .... I I .. ... r S ta p led by M e ., :.. H.-'.. l, I .. .... H, o u s c is b o pttf t
', 1 ,,.';',. I..- t ne.r en v oy s w er-e rece eyc ^ at .. A O "L 'L." O A K L F ". m i fou r v cars old bu ilt b y d ay 's w.o rk o f the b est
.,I ,.J, Ir,.: proclaimed tile independence of Am-Their Groes O' ve'et materials,andcontains10rooms, 7 ofwhichhave FOR COUGHS, CONSUMPTIONS, CA-
It~hat, Stat;e, 4n'dh1Lve authoirSid Di" Francia to -",,Writnn [ ~ H~odpdoI I I ... o 'nt [ts ncuans~ons ofhchv ORCUHCNSMTOS
that State, a ve authised rancia to ten n -- f Mr.Maywood's proposing I TRO r fire p!aces-the Lot is 23 feet 8 inches front and TARRHS, &c.
,a ke. i-llnecessar a n s; m ns e. of o ... ...... for his native country A N undivnded moletyota valuable Forge Es- ra, by 100 feet deep. On both, nearly half of Dr. Rogers' eetable Puhnonic Detirgent.
I. .T /.: ..lw ,,:-i. S uh i. d s ,h e substance of aV-Clr7 :- r I 4 I r i 7- ,D .R g r 'V g t b e u i o t c D t r e t
' ,,, ,r ,'" ,,' whohasorderedalltpeople "" By JoHx GAtAMn troths! meut, wi)J about 3.00 a-res of Pn land, thlie purchase money may remain on mortgage.. -T is really alarming to view the number .that
-ar 7.,.1 who has ordered all the people ind n e A.so-a HOUSE and LOT in Lcspcnard-st. weekly fall victims to affctionsofthe lungs.
-: to reeoise Dr. Fraricia as the sovereignlicad of O list while devoted affection is pleading, tated on Ce -. z .... ,, ....I etweon Church and Chapel-sts.; a two story One sixth of those who die in our city weekly, are
it., ,- I. T : ..onseted, : .. L -. l..' Thetuar i chcreyeandcthe.sighg l i .. : I- ,* af .. ,' _,,. .,-,.l f.., framo building; full size lot; rents for _325.-34 hurried off by neglected Colds. While the be-
.:, .,,,,. .: -.... .t Govcrnmenn ,.j I..: I I I ,1 .... ..- r bel I.ov Ir.:L, h,,, i ", 1 I- ..- I .. L 'L 's & M A LA' 1 N w Yok" LOTS fronting on 7th a ..,,,., ,,,, ..;._ -., nevolcnt ofthe faculty are associating to arrest the
I f.,,,- ,,.: ,,,'.: for pioclaimin .. -,.,-. 1 ..' I ., it our .... ..... '. it.. --.. ..I.. I 1 L 1"- 94th and neding on 98th l*...,:.-- i .. "1.1 .,, progress of disease, those afflicted with. Coua'hi
respect .to its independence, when he received a quest. numbers to suit purchasers. Also, LOTS, sub- and loctic Fevers ought not toneglect the use of
omuication direct rom Madrid. he an- On Scotia's mountains tlio' heatlher is grcwinm EXECUTORS' SALE OF' VALUABLE ject to draft, on 29th and 30th street's. between -i,.- above e invaluable reminedy, which has never
Sswer .-! li-I r ,rn, ,, -, ,-h' q.., intercepted .y ST, .- h, i, i e A1 ",,.-. S t.. ii, ..1. I _.g REAL KeSTATt. 5tl and 7th avenues. Also, LOTSin theneigh- -,,'.. of giving relief where'the l 1. .. anot
Sthe .:; l. .'rA; ;r v..... ... v .. ,'hi.el.atcrmade .E .i, ,D'. .,, .. ... I,. .....: 1:.. .... r -- W il |, e;old at Public Atuction, on borhood of Mlanhattanville. Also, LANDS.in become ulcerated- as voluines of. ., ;... .- will
Cat, t, puLlh- ,, c i,-. 1 i.. i.. .J, ,r hi .. I. ...i ;. .. I ,: ,. 1.. 1 .!.. .-I. 1 ', ] I.'L -A.-ln -.-,- tli 97thd7t ay ofJlin next, the state of Ohio, county of Athens, on the Hack- testify. It may be obtained (carefully prepared
.'....,,i;.: t .., I- .-,,, C ,..., i .:, n,:.I .I. at ., r ..... ... in the cityofNew- hockingRiver. For particulars, inquiry of by th Patentee,) of TIMOTHY KELLOGG,
;..n ,. o. [..; ,, f. Iram" : ,I"... tP. ,, vi. u,. ,,...:.., green are her nowes where the mnnct is y ,,, ,,,s, (if not previously W. H. V..7 1'-. \I. "rT. adjoining the Post Office, Merchants' Exchange,
.n avpur oI. Spam. sugg,, .. -. r- -- disposed of at p. ... 11 1., I aluablepro- m26-4tdlawctf No.- -'.\ ..r..,.!:Ir.. I New-York. Price One Dollar a cake. The in.
', F-- t he ,,London T .. .. "1 i '"'*....-I .- :r I. 0Aij -.'-i :." II,, situated ... I. .. he village of N'. B.-Loans procured on unincumnbcred pro- digent, who are sober and industrious, will lie
rom es.] Ar -, -' '- a... .. ... l :. .... t Farimsand countyof West Cherister, about perLyin 1," supplied cRATIS. m30d4-ctf
We doubt whether there has ever been a grreat springing l ies from Nw-York, belonahisgo the estate Dccds,;".. I-..,1'-... -..: .l,..il r ,,-.,. .
politicalevent which ht excited so little difFer- And s oftly the thrush pours his mnild evening of thei' te Herman .V .' dcee'ed and for ments of ,',. .... i ..-., I.v-i. l ,-',..- .j ] Y order of Stephen Jackson, Esq. a judge '
Seance of opinion, as the elevation of Mr. Canning -* lay. *, I ,I.. I .. I '21.. -. lj..% b im 'or ntI Inn- I of the court of common pleas in and for Uth
to the head of the Ministry : and this is to i. :." .'. .- o : ,-, ..,.,n, t y i nen _-a COTTON MILL AND FARM county of Orange, counsellor, &c. notice is hcre--
to liehe .I 'I initry Id -'si..''...,-" -...1, ...-.,,"th,, .' .-...,1'.,, .ye..,I,,, ,va........ -sj,','w...t.....Onerf'sh-,-t .i : O e:--'"FO -editors ofb gien'o al t e c cdiorsofStewaarttwr .
remarkable, when we consider, that somn ,o-l 1: :'' ... t .' I .. I I. .. : ,- ...I .ontaiing about three acres all FOR SALE, b given to all the creditors of William Stewart .
i I i *f '"^ fe~io'. I 7% plas t mL i '" .o~i m u ~-(ile -\i b(I T i i < 4 A < > i i n sa*id co ny al 4ro n debtor.
oI..:.;. v. I... I withdrawn themselves from co- A -: =' ,. .d i th.yl, I r .1 -1 i.-tL, Very pleasantly situated on the Boston of GjIosh-n, in said county, an insolvent debsor.G
o-, ci,T.. .', I, himni, ake mean who stand high in Alid .I,,.-: remembrance wrap .deep in ,hy i -| r... .... ,, h ,i.,, Tu-rnpikc.road,19 miles from the city of N.York. to show cause, if any they have, before the said
H".. u-[l.......ii .Itlicir country. Regret is natu- .' .. '. ,- ,I" The Mill consists of two frame Buildings with judge, at his office in the town of Goshon, in said
: ,l ..r.fr l. .:f t ,L wo should lose the services And think not thy 1.l,.. r. I. i -. ..1 wearae o II *,. .. i ,. .", a waterrwheelof 16G -...Ji .,-:I. --.. .-A, be, county, on W wednesday the thirteenth day of'
- of individuals who have; serve.d'the pubie well r -- l it twcon thm, complete I, p -.I... l y f- June next, at ten o'clock in the :. I.,r..., ..Xi'. II
and taitrlifully ; but all are agreed that it is bet- ," ', '. I,, '. .' L L -.!..: '-l ,I ,-.. .- i, 1, do,," ...I ,... ", 1, I .I :. ,thr fects of ice or cold weather. 'P t:. l, ;.. lu..e dtay, why an assign ent of sinl I-..-..I ..1. ..
ter to lose even their services than to be deprived f, .I'. I .. .. .. -. he sad bosom is heavI- in h ,, 1 ,, i, ,, 80 by 35fest, stories hi...t tf ....--,....I -ah....r... tate should not be mado, and his person be ex-
ofi tlhe, :.7 ...'' I!.. h,,:, of..r C';'-nin- "'- -. h, a -. I,,, I i :hi wit and thy vast tr- ,i i.., i, .,, '.,. ,. i, ., .i' and .. .11 *d ., .1.:. ... h._.h, wollsitua- emptied from imprisonment, pursuant to the act,
ni us. Our So.ercew'n. m the i.l,:g.....1.'rr., ,:.-,.- I powers.. lr:i th, .. .. .... .., J I *., :-....-...' woolen machinery, bleaching or entitled, an act to abolish imprisonment foro
,cise of his Ir., ...:-, has selected the very ;The wand of enchantment may cease to be hils-, and a n..'-.'fiiin- wel. of water At any other purpose requiring water power, the debt in certain cases," passed April 7,1819. Da-
.Minister vwhorthe almost .unanimous .voice ofe wavinta b .. tached to the above described prpsrty, isalarge pond containing an arei of 40 acres. The Farm ted April 23, 1827. ap27-6wc e
Sth nation vou hav chosen r Tocarn our fond hearts in our evening hours, and coriveiient Mill,; with two watr wheels, con conss of. 5 acres of Land, hig curie Y Orderof Stephen Jackson,Esq.,a judge
iit a P, .- ...d ,I :.; ,/ -t, I.. tile director of the II I I .;. IFI1;,-- I- ,.- .,..,--d ; on t
w .,t'...-. r ,. -r,.l.and; sitt s she -- : i ll ,. .,. training seven ran of stone, and first tat. Oil :.I., ,_. ,=._ ,a mf the court of common pleas, in aad fnor
1. Fnr. lanld r I:a...s e ,po swers -of the: 1vc .r .'- '..., ., : "Pressw ithOven .-II... .." '; 1. 1, _i.. ., ,.,,-il, I. l,o, barn oI ac o...ma i. I '..- of Otaeng counsn ilor.&cn Noticen r
e il., inI. r. .I .. of.. hori hts-ofna- e ,. .... .... .I I.1 .l 1.. .r I ,.it .',";, ..,** *" .1 A.. ill an excellent run o,,,,. ,-t business. Slae s.fth...|.. .n on tQ.r.o all the creditors of W illiam t- I
led d to this, the highest! eminence .aIf ng h o r. -., Iit.. ,-.', ,-. ,- ,," ,., .",.,. ,. one l rge iro .nd thr co c e w h n al it daily to an from the :city, and 3 I-vent debtor, 0 shew cause, if any they h.v- .
nmid the general applause of the IpeoleI (.Il I .- ..."- -. ..-. I .. .I,, c- .r n placesof public worship within, a inilc of it. before the said judge, at his oce, in the town of
f,,r l, i' .., ,.,knowled; ed f ",.- .,.. ,: ..f I, .\ ii.:m r ..1 ,' L,: L.. -t ., i ., ar piae,^ t fthe 'bo ThIe macdhinery comprises 9500spindles,mules, Goshen_ in stud county, on W wednesday the sixth
t t-. If 1,,. ever w as a .. .'. ,-,,,r i,,. ii;2 -, E,'I:: F L.. -i T .'11 t ,:- .*l. ,., ,1I,..1 .,.,,,,l .- acr, ,, .ic,, ntt, t. eibo thrortles and stretchers, w ith the requisite card- day eof June next, at one o'clock in the afternoon
o ught to'be devoted to h s rcountm .vm ',U,/i,,: :.v, i l.,, ., I ". '- .,:. i, n,.,', .fld ,r,.. .... o ,I .- ,- t -,, '., in o'and preparation, any part of w which w ill be of that da'y, w hy an assigig m ent of said insol-
S' n ....n... .., r. .*.. L'- -., sohl if required, with the premises. For terms, vent's estate should note made, and his person
re.1 -,, c !", l ",).1 }.= l l- 1 ," I,- !.' .. .,, l i'l,'" .' Ul. h, "i.. *,I, ,.'. l.l ..:l" ,',', .,;,,..,.;,. ',"'* ,,,,, ,., .. ,;.bcexcml"*, terpy o Mmimprisonmwenhelet, e xepte pomrsrusnanttprsunt(oth
" ,:,, ,, ',r, .,,.,.., .,.r i, ..l ",,......nerous con .. *n.. ," '*.; '...* 1.1,. n,,,,. h~lu .. t,],,. ,,,,i l.h,,-, ,.* ,,' .-,,' ., ... 'then **. w vware. 'l'hl ,,,i. I.... : ply.ft E & a R 2 2 e r s r e ,w e e : e tte a c to abo,. M .rso m n H .B T E ,or o hel ,o
, i -- ,i r i i, t ,i '.,Huntrv ha~ve ', ,:t :1,:" .I ';* r .. ,,,.1: .' ""* 1' t '.*,, ,il ,c 'lie~,L "o v r ...... be;r .~l '" l;l ca e pasap A prlb, 1819
..in ; ', : havebown an leached shirti.sa things, also, .:, ,wy. ds a very usmira- m m f- r a Dated April 18, 1827. ap21 law Gwee
-" Seaisland striped and shaded f orentines; coun- n tor" purpo.e. All of tbo A Cotto! Mill, at paranus, New Jprsey, about
? r'. S ca.rlpt h p. H i e appointm ent of t or a. es ...': ,, ] ,tl w.... i r 1, "- "* 9 ) .... r^ Y ork w th 24 acres of la d, 4 < 'or crf[ I h W illard E squirc, d of
*,,, rij" :, "._ ,,.r ,r rs T ndal has consent-. ,. r, r ; ,0 .;,.r ,;\ ,11, <.. I .. .*...*. !.. ... ... 1,,.-,, ..I- ,, &c. o a never faihna' streuih-- J ( tli o llo *'" P ~ n o b
S. ,. ,,, ,.- as Solicitor G eneral.-- .. ,.. J. ... ',,, U ,,r -,, "" I .. ... .vll be sold with or without the county of W as n gton, Counsellor &c. N notice s
"' ......,, .. ...l .e :i,,'. .,..< ,..1 I.... .,I,,,-r .,, .... ,.. I.1.....* "" = '* I .. .hereby .. ...g...-v.n,, to, prtofohrmahier, ovietrgofheebgientoGergeorenalatne r a efo
I ,.: ,,, ,,,, *|. r. ,. ,I .. ,i I.. I. ,.. .. ,, ,, .. .i r, ,,, ...,I .I *o w5'0 ale oran d nrto st y pnp a r ti of h mach n ry, sconssstuing detofor
,,, h, ,..i'.r ,,.., *,, ,* ,. ,., ....... .. ,,. .. ...... ., .r t- I".!"| : .. .... i |. "" ,' 1 .0 9 spindles andnecessary p'cparation. re i to all o nhere ws i om it m y concern, that onor
.. .. .. i lb > I "eo-.ve .. a .' r. ,.. A .l ,, fo .e application and due proof made to him, the said
'" i "'. *., u'.. ,., 'l ,n i' .n ,. l [,,- ,,.i.,u ,1 Gter ill and Pi lsbtl ri Cords, deep blue olivc, "'" -"* '' "J '' ''"'* ''"'*J ^ e<*''''.M sa -s ,,-, oftw s filcaiinepr o m d t im h sandidel
,,r r, ,1 "" -r .n ,_s _ive drabbets t on e river JonD:o near he Flolur Mills of A constant supply of twist, filling, candlewic, Judge, pursuant to the directions.of the act cn-
ar,.l i... ,.,,-,,,.. --a..,.. 0 ,, ,.,., ,, c. .clo s;. .m'eur unu D'vid Lydig, Esq. On the promises is o: good an d battsfro the above factories. f 4tf titled an act for relief against abscondiu..
1 ... .' plaids, an" In..1 -in -i -..-t doMr i tw-s two-story frame houst, a stable, coach- ] FOR SALE, OR TO L.EASE :i 01nd absnt dtrs" ae :the twenty-first of
i, ,. t -- I I. ;,, Ta,,i.. .. J 7 ..... .- Inlack, and fancy house, ice-house, anl other out bnildinBs, an ex- -- i"oa A TrUM OF YEAS, March 1801he hasdirected all lhecstate,rcaland
t'-' ..- '1 ,, "..r,..' (;, :,. ;i., ... l .." l .. shladel, .n|.. .l. i,,1 i..,.l i.. collent well of w,,.ter, a ,. ..l. .. 1 .. J..: 2 _'1 T hat extensive COTTON M ANU- p- roalh t o of the said debtor, i the county of
r -G .. .. ". "- J .!'ickind .l .i.., 1 ,ii.....:.., T- ia n, .. pple orch .ard. a. and a te yr, a 'M".r .. [:,. '"o. ^d.' ; knowa as thes yram M a factory W aslungton~to be seized. and that unless the said
-,. ., .." *;, .)\ H'- ,-.-. h, Dorcester, and other tim ings. r.'. trees. On this lot is a small Brewery with bi, lof or e m the most substantial manner, eorgenevcrdge do return and discharge In
S.. ,I ".Ir h.I. Col-ton Yarn, Candlewie n i .... .. ....i.:.n .aultsu&alloterncessaryappendagosorbrew- atd Connecticut on the Byram river d b w thi three months aflr this notice of
-*ri. ;"-.,._ *..* ^ 1-." _a o'0 aesfqa(),,,, ; i..,.-. ing on a smaulscale, *tins was estaonsned more '^ 1; f -, ewYrk.adwmie such seizure, all hs estate will be sold for t'hr
':-,,." ', ': I v',5o0,' nbesofequdq,,' ..... .= e ,, -" abon ............. New- hor andtwoc nles
a"' '. ,l" .'^ -., ^ 1 i ~ r ... l- ", n ll.i .p~ of .h f qu lt n q a f- for exp crim ncnt than profnt, but t 1 is c pa bl p )ai e. 1 ; T e m n f c o y a ^ [ a i f ct o f I s d b s
) ":. ., 1 :_r I .. ;,,,i a -uch ascrs.. A lso, cotton .1 ,. 1 .P an U nit e d S o L O, t h e to ,,. : usan d spin dles ,in com plete and 22d a .I m C Lort cd
il l. .. I .. .. : ".. ,.. I..I .... l :.e ..r.. ... C. e 5 ^ c ." .. n i S a e A S O './. c i ,,. ,, a tta c h e d to th e s a m e is a S to n e n g c r e d o rs .
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,S rNiclol'as .'] l1 ,,,,.......- abe ,. G. STE 1 NMA N, ,; ,',: : wle l can bohad wtt tthe above described 1re- Sco;'e c ty Cuts C nse

lu1su in r o.1- 11 _. .__ _- -
T3 G... IN-R, OTho.as Walke.. l ALSO, a lot of ground o A ca o eto h made to the superintCndan i NoteeislherebygiventoallthecreditorsofPhil-_
. ;ikely to be wuppdrt"d. '. .,:.,:,:,.. .', ....- LANC S1ER .(Oh, "on-. _.... t, I ,,. t ,, .... .,"".... .. .. u '-r o- s, o o e 1 ... 1 coutinsuvcntdcbiof r tosh ew
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t ^ e ^V ^ .^ L TKW tlBoSton pos trad, i""*, Oil;" thce- otlpromises. orl t eeTmpo&o~f _all,~ in the
ay say, th -. occast on was there th ONTINUES to .entertaintravell ,rs it-his -*" '. ", ".* i -. o i.h, ,d tt Pearlsal trct, orL. Holbrook& Co. 115 V ater-st. cause, if .,hio vea bc fore the said Judg os lvo
2'. E. ..L,, .. .,A.XiTiiiV,' -.!I. iar, A pi, e k C 4 atrs. lp. vs, fjle t w o idlb r

. ainnfiosted .. ..---,.,I ,,.I entire an abandon old stand, on Main-strect, opposite the Bank;. r,, r, r -, i 1 fr, the d ,ay 3I0 tll I r1S1olne .,I of Scthe ount
, .. ,,'" ".:, J L,.'- ... -r,.I .,- on tishou ois a large; ,1 .1, ,, f r.,,,, ,;I ,I,,i ale ca b O.IN G S,, .--.-----e "a .. ..hoharie, i.eIlwenty- n tbedaounty
,,, an :b.3..1.!.0.n-r ... .... ...I. ..,rale can be oTI N,', S, SHEETINGS,.&c.-43- b bales ofSchoharie, Oi the"twcnty-fifih day of' August'
p,: :.1. )i,- h0.- ..i ..... -.: l cul td en 'nown on ap- 1-i..cation to eit cr f te snbscn-n p c3-4obrown ".l,,h .... 1 bales 4-1 dio Sheet- next.atl10o'clockintheforenoon, why an assi.n.-
, rl,-, : f..11r, ._,,7, .. i.r. -:on I ... r,.. istra mbe. Determined to merit a'contmuanceoftlhat..Ibers, al tii ecutors, and ,e property can be ings; 4baes .-- :,,1 ... ble.:',, d -'.,,, mnentofthc said insolvent's estate should not hc
... r ,' .... .,,. ,,.J,...usan d patronage which has been s:. i... extended .exr ie at i time previous to the sale, by aes superior Stripes; 1 do : .i made, a Is person e exempted f m m
1 .1: mp ,, "" -""toh" since hniscommencemient, he will beunre- calling on Clharies Rile, oi thc'premises. twilled Stripes; 14 cases and I.," ,1 sonmentl.pursuant to theat, entitled l An act to
n" Ilrl ,- IOf I .F a. _-rr.r b ,,, ., ,.,_.. ., I. .. .. general sa s --- R INCH, of superior quality, just receive andofor sale by al abolish nprisnment flor debt if) certain .se s,"
rn.'d. 1i ah. -' .. .Ia n.. ea condnet" ..,- t,, d ,',.i .atmt ontotle. .I'_,;. .&. ,MOTT, passed April 7, 1819. Dated this 30th day of'
[,a en rnt I..-or.:-- nohddngspr.in tt r .. ,, .l, ;;.ceof all w o may favor c,-d. r r* P Pine, o^ -tlow r Mal8 7 1
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To Ihe Honourable the Justices of the People ftfhi
Stale of .A ew- tork, oh fie .me Courtlbf Ju-
dicature of ihesaume "eo1oe.
T HE Petition of Peter Everitt, and Abrahami,
Lansing, and 'Esther his wife, of the town
ot' Poughkeepsie, iu the counly ofDutchess and
State of New-York, re" pectfully .'heweth :
Tbat Cornelius Soper, late of the town cf
poiglikeepsie, in the county of Dithchess and
states of New-York, deceased, was at the time ot
his death/lawfuily seized in feesimpile of all and
singularthe lands, teemcnt.iiand hereditament.
following, to wit:'All that certain piece, parcel,o;
tract of land, bcio" the tritn on which the said
Cornelius Soper resided at the time of his death.
situate in the lown of f'o.Ughkl:epssic, in the coun-
ty of Dutchess and state of New-York.bounded
north by John Brusah, Peter Fitchet, Jamca
Fitchett, and Henry Dovis ; cast by Daniel W.
Platt, and John A. Pells ; soulh by J.ohn A. Polls
and Moses Sopcr; and west by the highway,
containing two hundred and fifty acres more or
loss. Also, all that certain other piece of land
situate in the town of Poughkeepsie aforesaid,
bounded north bly George B. Everton and Nicho-
has Allen; east by Nicholas Alien and the high-
way ; south by Robert Taylor; and 'west by
Abraham Van" Wagner and the Fall Kill Ci eek,
conttiling thirty acres mo;'e or less. Also, all
tha corliain other piece of' !ind situato in the
town of1 Ifyde Park, in .the county and state,
aforesaid, bounded north by Bononi Kipp and
Abraham Kipp ; west by Abraham Kipp ; south
by John Wilhlams; and erast by planning Ta-
lor, Sylvanus Wilbur, and Humphrey Irish, con-'
tamining fifty acres more or less," together with!
the appurtenance: therunto belonging or appcr-
tMining. And that thesaid Cornelis Soper died1
inuestate, leaving Jane Soper his widow, andEs-i
')., L i,_ A' .'brahamn Lansing, Tirao-.
S'! '. -. ,.-.'1, w ife of Jos r l.'1 .,. ,
Moses Soper, Abraham Soper, Peter ...'
Vlid Sopor, and John Scper, his children, and .Lem
H'istis, wvifo of John IHustis, James Palmalicr.
Catharine Wilson, wif. ,f Jofhn -Wil.son, nad t
Sally Ann Van Wyck, wilb of'Abraham Varn
Wyck, his g-rani children, being the children of
his deceased daughter, Elizabeth Palmnatier, heirs
at law.
Tat your Petitioner:, Peter Everitt, has, since
the death of the said CarnPlius Soper, become
the owner of the righi Ti,., .. ..: i": .) tia,
landsand tenements .....,. ....1...,I, u,,l.t and
by virtue of a Sheriff's sale, and deed from the
Sheriff of Dutchess county to him. And' that
John Soper, and John Hustis, and Jane hiswife,
have, since the death of the said Cornelius So-
per, conveyed in due form of law an their right
in the lands and tenements above desciibed, to
Stephen Cleveland.
By moans of which said promises your poli-
tioners represent and claim, that the said Petcr
Evoi'itt, Esther Lansing. 'olly Sturges, Moses
Soper, Abraham Soper, Peter Soper, and David
Soper are each seized in fee simple of one equal
undivided ninth partof the lands and tenements
above described, with the appurtenances, the
whole into nine equal parts to be divided ; that
the said Stephen Cleveland is seized in fee sim-
plie of one other equal mundivided ninth par.
thereof, and also of one equal undivided lbfourth
of one other undivided ninth part thereof, the
whole into nine equal parts to be divided'; or of
five equal undivided thirty-sixth parts thereof,
the whole into thirty-six equal parts to be divi-
ded. And that the said James Palmatier, Catha-
rine Wilson, and Sally Ann Van Wyck, are each
seized in fee simple of ,e equal undivided fourth
of one undivided ninthpart thereof; the whole
into nine equal parts to be divided;. or each of,
one equal undivided thirty-sixth part thcreof,,tlhe
whole into thirty-qix, equal parts to be divided,
subject to the dower of the said Jane Soper,
widow of Cornelius Soper, deceased, therein, as
above set forth.
And your petioners further show, that they
are desirous to haNa partition made Of all aind
singular the lands, tenements, and hereditaments
above described with the. appurtenances, among
the several parties above described, r..:.:-' r lir. to
their respective rights therein : wherefore your
petitioners pray that all and singular the afore-
said pieces, parcels, and tracts of land, with the
tenements and hcrcditarments, rights, members,
privileges, and appurtenances thereuntd belong-
ing or ppcrtaining, may be divided by cominis-
sioners, to be appointed by thisCoilrt, il pursu-
ance of tlihe actor the partition of lands and the
amendments thereto, among the several owners
or proprietors thereof, accordingto their respect-
ive rights thorin Dated the 36th day of May,
[SU To Joseph Sturges, and Folly his wifet
Moses Spper, Abrabami, Soper, Peter Soper, .Da-
vid Soper, Stephen Cleveland, James Pailmatire,
.John Wilson and Catharine Ilis wife, and,' -Abra-
ham Van Wyck and Sally Ann his wife.
You will take notice that a petition, of which
the preceding is a comply, will be presented to the
honourable the Justice, of the people of the state
of Now-York, of the Supreme Court of Juidica-
ture of the same people, at the Capitol in the city
of Albany, on the third Monday of October next,
at the opening of the Court on that day, or as
soon thereafter as counsel can be heard; and an
application will then and there he made to the
said Court for.the appointment of Commission-
ors according to the prayer of the said petition.
Dated the 26th day of May, 1827.
Richmond C -.. '--7, ice, Ps.
VTHEREA-. .1... -ph r, .. .i.h..r and Wil-
liami Christopher, administrators of all
and singular, the goods, chattles, and credits,
which were of Joseph Christopher, late of the
town of Castleton, farmer, deceased, have by.
their petition presented to John Garrctson, Esq.
Surrogate of the County of Richmond, set forth .
that the personal estate of the said deceased is in-
sufficient to pay. his debts, and requested the aid
of the said Surrogatein the premises --N.:.... is
hereby g'iuen to all persons interested in the estate
of thesaid deceased, to show cause before the said
Surrogate, at his office in the town of Southfield,
on Saturday the second day of Jn y next, why so,
much of the real estate whereof the said Joseplh
Christopher died seized, should not be sold, as will
be sufficient to pay Ihis debts.
May 17,1827. laww cp "
"B Order of Moses Choapin, Esq. first judge
of Moii'oc county courts, notice is h'erey
given to John Gibbs, now or late of Gates, in
the county of Monroe, an absconding debtor, and
to all others to whom it nav concern, ttiat on
appflication and due proof matde to himii tlhe said
Moses Chapin, pursuant to the directiorls of the
act of the lcgislature of the state of New -Yrk,
cntitlod, "au act for'*relief against absent and.
absconding debtors," passed ,2st March, 1801, he
bath directed all the estate, real and personal,
within the county of Monroe, of the said John
Gibbs, to be seized, and that unless the said John
Gibbs do return and discharge his debts within
three months after ilis notice of such seizure, all
his estate will be sold for the payment and satis-
fitcion o Ihis debts.
n922-law c3m Attorney for attaching creditors.
Order of thc hon. Joshua Smith, First
&>Judge of tlhe county of Suffolk, notice is
hereby given for the creditors of Ezra, Smith, an
insolvent debtor. io appear before (le said Judge,
at the nouse of Thomas Halliock, inn-keeper in
Smithtown, in said county, on the ninth day of
Jly next, a two o'clock in the afternoonofthat
day, to show cause, if any (hoy have, why an as-
signment of the said insolvent's estate should not
be made for the benefit of all his creditors, and
that the person of the said insolvent may be for

ever thereafter exempted from allarrestor impri-
sonment for or by reason ofahy debt or debts duo
at the time of making such) assignment, or con-
tracted for before that lime, though payable tcr-
wards. and also. if in prison, friom his imprison-
ment, agrecably to an act of the legislature ofthlio
late of Nw-York, entitled, ain act to abolish
nuprisonment'for'debtin certain cases." Dated
t.he T2:,!.

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