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Title: The statesman
Uniform Title: Statesman (New York, N.Y. 1823)
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Language: English
Publisher: Carter & Prentiss
Place of Publication: New-York N.Y
Creation Date: January 22, 1828
Publication Date: 1823-1828
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 18 (Mar. 3, 1823)-v. 7, no. 68 (Aug. 24, 1828).
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VOL. VII-. -NO. 7. PULCHRUM E6T BENE FAC3RE REIPUISLIC.E, '-IAM BENE -.I. E -UD\ P.aDL[ _ET.--Si.. TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1'I28.

,- ,./ .....- Hiram Cf lr M_. SOLv-.-I am a grocer at Spring Mr.Cm r-:_. '.--r,-] came to me '- --. I"- .. 3,..r-.D corneroi \i .'. .... I.have known Join W are or 2 -idl-T at he -., ., rr;: ii, th. ? ia ." -r *..- l .. ... t .-. ir, i.. tr; .! b....,, would have pursued him for Redmonid had he heard of hi
........TRIA.L O e,rsE--1 nevor l.rpe.drd -r:':-*od of hil--T b,,.. re,.' dl. Mr.^l.xv.xx i : i'. w.il i i l.:, lit day. .: .-".:.,1a ,l.:-.l *.,iu e ,,.. t., ..... ,, ..',rr; p.m..-.. n.. itha escape. It-r. Galitel saluted person pr- Stmday, "who bi
...,.. ,r ." / ,'+, *a..... i" hear-d very ill of .,- -! .,- I ar.ire, I.,, .l,, *h. ':h Jiffr. Clizrke.: 1 know thai'.at At .ie.day'becaufe' Mr."perhaps ever occurred' in a Court of Justice. A man ]an;firm i."hjlie' v, -i Redmond. uAndsp.ar was hecomvin-
".".t,, i i- /, me, and was always honest--the only i I, .'. *, in:.J'* .fRedmond told me that lie wishedto enter uaetior'agaa'st who, sustained a proper character in life noted for his lced 'r1' h'. ,."r.dj to bet oyster supper- to his friends, that
......uld t us ,I -, r.,r.r 1 te enu him, is that be is considered,v hat we sailors "call, a great hbbells. 's "i sorety, and respected for his honour, has been removed ihehlad.. seea Redmond--and was not content uitil he weit *
a, I saw h .on.the p s ido o m- .gree aw-aw. -" Zeuon H-an. I arrested Redmond the .first time; from his me, his extensive business and many friends,t th pr assured himself that Redmond was its in-
there .was ra, ...,,.,' ll". ..i t efternoon3I ascem J[osih H. Riddel" by -Mn SurrmvA-I have known "oan t remember tote eay. I was ia the Pi. ico.ofice dol- consineed to a prison and charged with the ignominousi "m'''a MrHenry a person who from the nature of his pro-
bz'(ls said notthing b e did not. hear .me--t^amnon:,.i ,,,sai-ae mh e r oan-I "_ sa'h a his brte th'i^t before" he ra not tel1 him what he was arrested fur. belts* "as withll a or allowed to go tortsi without reutalion, 'would be.; resem)ling, Redmdhd' that Mr. Mapes'sid to him, "there
would prosecute the teller of the UIon Bank for ,-20,000,, away. David Ware came to my store on the Monday morn m n-. }To hinted dRecimnnd out-Redmond appeared not tle means oa eternally blasting li in th sight of every goes amani who looks exactllike Rc;d,"-and Ihnd he not
he said that he would spend .'. .r..11.' he possessed to ing oi the 15t'. i .1. i, ..,.] ,. ;., Cin-),. ,". hi3 bro- ti. know l.m-le asked his name-be.lsd on a. frock just and honourable character. kown tha.lthe was in prison he shou ld ave taken him for
get satisfaction ; never saw .1 .." i .-rt .... ut at the.Po- thr caimein h-' ... ,., -...n,, *: ,...,. -.. coat, 1 think a brownish< r dark green, with a velvet col- He isno sooner suspected than he is icarged, taken.be- Redmond. Now after such evidence that some person has
riad; my brother was in Dover:. I don't know hown long 3Mag Iar Lek'--\ ,. ... ... ,>i- t';**., .,1. ,,'i:," I re- lar-a frock or over-coat 1 [hink in e was-he put on a great fore the police, the tact is related to the world, and be- so much the appearance of Redmond. that his most intimate
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after he c ere; saw in the paperss that be was ta tureda 1rorm Babvton, once bvzmvself and then again with my coat. + comes nearly undone by that-singole circurnstauce. The acquaintances cannot descry the difference, let us refer to
ken. Isaw niy l...t>T with Mr. Ice he got a permit another-first time, Isawhim and he was sick; second time, 1vgh Baird, I remember Robertson was there on the day before he s'ood high in the estikeation of all: le is, the testimony regarding his 'identity. What is therein it to
from the Police: .-'l 1 i.._Wwsheh. m tol ithe truth" it L.wre told me l could not see him, and I went away, Ire- Sunday nigh of te 14th of Oct. I know tha tMr.B'oa then consigned to a prison, cut off frorn very one"sepe. fix te- is charge, you have heard Mr.' Ebbittt. and listened ta
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was the 10th of ov. Mr. Price and .,1.1 .- .;' turned on a Thursday and called the following Monday, my and Roberoneo was there on the 14th.-. I do not remember ;rated from his business; his friends drop away, and l is 'I r. Nichol-but what is there in the whole tenor of their
themnselvcp I did not speak a wvord t.. -* ,d 1 t di~i motherT is too I1l to com"e llero- sein -i o,- "S in the liit-and Mr. R. inquired who the left witl) no feeling!, no souimenirit to support himi, but his stategrea*t, unsupported as it is by facts of any kilnd.^-r
think he knew that Redmondbluadhbee" r 'icI a.ked Noble SMontagu, by Mr. Sullcan. I know Redmon- ^oficr was-.T/ol Lourit said he was looking for Robert- lappy and heartielt consciousness of is innocence ,A"man it-s a ppe rs wentpfrom this city to Brooklyn on the1-th
.eeini, him o 5. --, + q "" ,le t twnof"elnnos ^tet uprm n, u s-"
rhv~ed~ar 77t ..sed;be..I It r"aneri. nt o swt o.-t.eo7at I I aown on d or Ot a wr wndt an s ure hate ma a lt o i ole- s ,-i m e ane t t yut all o onl t inwi idu wast ad fobrtosonh l-
him if e w tt anyttugeto ey wishe me tosea bimbeforeThad caledruwnas-d.oToto sttoerquaccodn her wain thefore prr ofbterd-y.Ine; nv bacduehthe e mpathyinspoweful thtofas ben ngoromnsem ....or.-pe aused.i.sely o....div1n t
wse ,n .m r :s 7 0 9 i" "u ri3asn tR IO eprt ofte day eo ln .0 no bcuse th n sylat~ ni po u Iat lasoen scan ........ -,k.. "bat on.

ed at Miss l.i^.. its i,- ... .-now mn Lombardy-street never heard any thing agaiift him tll this affair-bo was al. -I asked if tll old i, n 1 ....r.,.i.. n-1 d me -rostore himn I his trends, b!t to higher etedit-highef the bey was desired to take the letter to Redmond, but if elt
I know and do business w"th Messrs. Ayr Doug.as, and sr.^ m' :.' ;,,, 'i... tr.,,, ,,,d though thought he was in a he was siek-I kno\. ,I I ,h -c.t-,..I,. o, ..I, went flame than he has yet experienced. Gentleme, he will putting the post office, he wasreqpuested to seal i it.
s,1., .thers. Idon't remember such a persnnas as vr i s ,..1 i. I,.- ,i .in,.: i i... ., ..i '1 I r ii.rj. away-Mr, poolepa...l l,: t.]:t 00., Lhl Jr[ui- LH Bab- have gone through a severe ordeal--he wilT have born Thole0.', .-i. lrou -.l t,.;r *-.m v.ri and the boy went
1/..-r.,, i....r l.. ar .,, brothersay he knew Red-mona. I i i lo, ...11 *,,, .. : r (.. ;., *,.', colth. the test of tle strictest .scru!iy, and i .M .. .r" ...1...:. I ., \. l,: -. .;I- n-.ri thi l..r,-n-e ind breaking o a
tt,..u.. !,t M r. It !' n.-.,,i .: would ... .. 1,: .-u:tr ]i.....* 1 i; 1 -,., .I.., i t u,., I ii ,.. 't ,,i 1. ,.,arkably.'..11t.1-ir..:.'. : o .... Crossed by M PFaIc T iive been. to ....: :,*, -,.1, ri that he will pass from before you utterly t .. ,,,., ,l.:,l I'r..,,,' ,1 it, ,h..r.:-ti.- rumor reached Brooklyn the next day- the
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,,, n,.: ,, l kne y broth-". .r by sight oil thi g of a mechanical never heard any thing against him un- .icre-- 4'as notthere e ve ry yday---Idi .i .t., '...c .d ..u [. 1,. l,;' i,.- L.:; i,.-.i-1 .,i... i.; I. 1. .-.1t ih" B-,,,k .:.f. Il.-r.:u.n-n.,-.:- ,on.- one w r de .-ilchdI I .. -
UB M r i .', 1.- s .,* s at thepolice office- youou m .... til this au aairs. Redmond told me he had been to.seo:m- .-.-...^.* .. t.:.I.t .' .. ,t, '1 1,,.l t .. ur ..,'. L-.. : s.i "* II 2.. rh U*,.t,* .'.1. rI ,tit.:.d, ",, r.),, ler. i. in .::h :,^ it,n o"
lr ,. t-r.. .. -.. .utriedtogethm to I e Captain Degraw, by ar.S nllivan.--T am masterof: the Mr.R.possibly may 11-. i.J n <.... -. .i. rays n.,.. ... .1 .. .."-. -* ,..n r r '- .l-v;l.ctlerL .r n r.l ,nr : 1. ? t Rl.n:,,.
t" ,lf .~gOt.I lf- r s td on thelat Oct at ttarts
h Seui ,,I-- brothernt rwent b ere-bute Iner w nb wy s t IefterEe- ra ,r hat n e- ,,, olht th ,rbo,,R -st.. tt .
don t know v en-I knew he we ..It because Cap --told nto it from the starboard, whot bein seen-no.crowb An Herly, Ann ol i iherofy... n were ..... .l. n "spot, the ffice ys'son exla d, we 11. v r-hr ,
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me so.Iidonmtsknow thebday-Mr.AHiofewasawithhmeewhen is missing, we had butthree of theehe, and we have them now were there. I was not there when any female was there. you would ...I. .' ,. cept t, I ,. 1 .'.... .r...nble. sameman up again," .Mr. Ebbetts.* .- ,stuil,-,,' .i-'u s..i^,i
I ,1ll.d t 11 dn^r, The public papers, oar city papers _tete are two doors to the water c "oset which is divided I never saw his servants converseowitl him,without the you to pt: I.:r!..... : l.. intricacies e:d gain the point of to an extreume-he,'. Ii rh p,, ,h_ ,im [ l||,, 'l.aull.- und
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...1....t .r was taken he reason went to two, both opening on tle same side, there is no window, officers hearing-do not member earning ay private your destination. I am only thie humble guide, and in in his attempts to take oh to Redmo s was, because Mr. mon aden e- ut a venitian blind, which opens inside I am confident conversation in prison,--Redmod never told me what to tliatcapacity 1 o r myself to assist you in passing thro' completely bewildered. NIt nil -on" days had elapsed ,
,,.-.i Lerlr th11 pl, d--there were a parce of peope at three men could not stand in..it. t. say--e said things would be proved to. mk it all clear this labyrinth of evidence. did his mind assume adectled tone. U c tthin looks at Red
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l, -..j'. tr" I .1 'tsahe bhnk -- fern i nsw nothtin Samuel Redmond, by Mr. Stdlivan.- I live at 209 Pearl --he did not tell me hlow he was going to prove it. And who, I would ask, are the real partiesin this case, moud qud causes him to be arrested-ho is brought wto.tho
-.M ^ o z,.... ein the ia,.er-- think it was isl the street; I know Redmond I am no relation that I know ofo- By Mr. SuLLIVAN.;S-i'asked hill ..* Y9r direction, who wishesto cd-rge liedmond withauilt,and who defends Police, undergoes an examination, not. for being concerned
'(rMr.n edwondna.......pper -amK p I never heard any thing againstt him till now Mr. Osborn s whether he was not sick on the 15th.--li' observed some- him. David Wrareis the accuser. Mr: Ebbelts cannot swear himself, but relative to-the flight of Robertson. He is per-
r. d Ho.tward--1. rE r.... 1, T keep alivery sta- account ofhim, is, I think, correct. thing to that point. that h is tle man. Mr. Low does iot cl h.: ,no Initted togo h. ind l,,luh after that arrested again, Eb-
*ble there-heard of the: *.r... .n .1 .-*.-Iwas applied to, Lawrence Powers, by Mr. Sullivan.-!I have known Red- Mr. Hopson Mr. SuLLIVA. There vasno examination one sanl do .it roundly but David Waire. !.,. .I s..:.t road beteecied-1 ^^l^..:^^ra tihe person Gentlemen,
to eodown to the Hook. I do not know the name of him mond since he came to this city never heard any thing taken down against tlie prisoner. Mr. Elbutrts and Mr. the indictments, or go tilrough the counts ; yolir minds hie himould resttbe cae ecudso here-6ut we wish to
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hiastatleirsonshteasked e ned t. ht k nd hot orn andr atnRele r tnadereato1 d,.::etidtes, fo emnnd had8pened t and
l rt,,l I.Sa- w .1tie HayI tefperison l gavei h, Igr een i ,pm'pany ] was very much aston- ral inquiry ora, .: 1 I o I a. hou ,1- fisttie; k on the 15th of October last, go to the Union Bank- gresn did he draw hi s conclusions.td I r-R...u,.t r wi. bt pre-w
tere M T [ did work at coach- a-1 r ** i r.-. of s accusation personwr. .r u. ,. .. :l ..i .,rT- p. a check of Mr. Howland's, and get the amount from sent a check the othe day at the Union Bank-the notes


Cr 5. ^'7^ll*',r:. r^J t^he qq/r^ ;-n itleman hisname was Archibald Lament,by Mr &lliva.-I liveat71Chatham tio was ti. I .*..]>,. '.t I.: 7:.: .* ,i.. I, .6 Her That is the question. Now call your attention w"re handed me-theuteller never oneeraised his eyoes-and
..""''1" ..; .Le r -.- ., T,,."!y -not Monday, SuB- street, knew Redmond in Petersburg in Virginia, have seen his house s..,n..,-l,,d If. ;is.i.H.:-. anrd l.-ld tr.,:- h .rf all '* ilx amination of David Ware, and to the testimony of so he went on in succession (o e rs nr: w~ |i r.:srfi,(fd him
lp r"a'. ,',,d ] : .]t r.t" : Robelrtsd on a blue coat hit often at- ..rI. .. l;s hotel as a c-p ner Ted i mwson 3 his Dapera .* .:r-lif ihe.l ...., ,-ni. n. i., _. ii|, *** who recognize the prisoner as the person who" pre ept- their ch,.. If !-:.,.11:..,t..i up, |, c,.blJ r...t ,n>n so
i n r I sed Sunda even ever herd t against him .. was him but ....:.1... ...... ... ...- hk. And when you hav considered that,you are mayl. r...-.:,, ..n..:-.n ..fn r
ar..1 r. r -.- ... ".r th o muc surprised el hearlof it. quence mbof. r le.. da yr. Iw.k.ln up. H.. |r- ini- ..i td with the whole of the evidence for the proseca- dioarytman-besidt s herlha no occasion to do so-he loore-
1 *r "no *.?.r ,he .I: J ,T,; here was ^70illtlhe Mr. Ma~xwell.-\t is altogether unnecessary to call up, any self indignant towards, him. He .Taid that Mr. Low '*""** I'hat the chleck was forged that it w'astendiered and alt the 6beck-he cannot tell its accuracy by the presentersa
r i. 'l I rd .I r /. 1. I nIte *ft ee jtera. sk J h n eW toprove tht e character of Mr. Redmond, "t o a d s his pap -- .. r t gv e e ,0.0 C otel0 oe ad ve s to h r. .. i o s

n1 ..z, a;,; I ',+?, ., i i-- -- miv '''* e d, t heryoe esine- rwic is su.. cintl proved ..... + ei -vnstsato tlr.. mi. tIi. ol.r forver .ar uoy dout rwmer-ptino q ieston.retatiemn wibthwhicoh 5 of Da- haso a'ovrain*,. ..., ]!n.H,ms
S. .u ,e,, r. or- ndthk et ni as"hr.a The Recorder-Th good character of Mr. Redmond has M C a I Isld Wre I o not know how to treat with becoi ng mode- fortunes. There is n6 doubt abut he gave an impression of
irfe o he b a dee cr nlmry been f ly atew stedy eo ept, p shouldd in the afhair o1 supicio was then talked of Mr. Low arid jr. Cath- rat-""1t I a c tunnoticed, 1wthout a le com- the. lan e, t p He goes to se i, an with

: c' J 1c.- t ,.h? h Jr? t,.._ J,- ,r, r,, i,, marrie ma -I n.'. --,.uspic +.on wa.....he....... +nab lid dfe,c,- tht thede.ostlnt"mi-' mentecout I._ ,. i+dImced too sadu Ir-w ] ha. w:.s .'t-rd Int cour,. .,mea a snienale tgoan.... wasdond rted fecti'n to rse, t,, ard e a-wys lesT.elSofrh e-
J It n Loie--Iwas barkeeperato Mr.Redmond-there ,n -, r to acquit him ovenof "was with him longer than I Ws-they were in teas there mshtbo a variety ofo..twit .-tr.- e.,..i waec,. they cognizes Redmond as the personm.- s-:to ImT the
v.i jp.iri.:..-. LmdJ.i l.) 1i tr t.- Mr Robertson. He opened that little room. _may give to some expressions, and my duty prompting me to check. He did not take any time- in a moment his opnion
.il ,ind criid hcrfcii.: ,R l-'ijki: -i.d' is owing and give the Tlhe Recorder-Well, well,, I was going on to do pretty Cross-fexammerd by M~r. PRICEi. 1The general character leave no part or fealtuie of the evidence untouched, will pc- was foraned, and Redmond stood before him as the idoe itical
ti. r a hi! f ii'ir-bid nl i:.'c ;( 'i other letters. nearly the same thin". of the examination was to find out some particulars about calston my. referring occasionally to his statement. You all person. Gentlemen, our minds are of a ycry subtle descrip
Cb.-..-trsai;...10 1i bedin iot -T lived there since r i considered necessary by the court and th e gentlemen the forgery. no doubt rememberthe importance with which Mr', Hdson tian,-we cannot follow it through' all its mazes, tun our le-
Jun it l-i-.m..-t: in.....n-l _ri n, i married man-1 enp.rd<1 for the prosecution and defence, that the deposition Byj Ife RECORDEI.- Ily appw ReaerdntihleW I)im. was USticred into court, and a l s examination was conducted election to ourselys, and be always conscious of what is
cant-teul myage-may be 46 or 47-I was with Redmond .," ithr,.. Leek who is confined to her bed, should be ob. Jacob Hays. I know Read.-r-e is a genteel looking as if the whole cause rested upon him. But we ind from passing within.-'a
le n a1,e ]kcn-R..-,bprtson was a dark man his friend gained. The District Attorney and Mr. Sullivan accordingly man--a tailor by trade--his real nam is John ," ,.?-l. John Lo.ry, that he entered in ,his book tl.e name of Am Nichol felt the same as Ebbetts, he was determined, to
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w te u0,h -. r'-,d .i.--i..r, d thel. nonames on thet bilh-they proceeded, in a carriage, to her house, for the purpose; dur has a numbereof l ne s-hav-a never se'e him ",, IN.- Fol/:', somei days after she had been there ; another .' R .:r. fi n,. ,,rie one, and it dpsnot appear that he allowed hima
: isr,.r ;,ne.:, .v.etrow e room.- 32-_. that ill was n, whih ime the adjourned, and met again on the rnond- he is a skilful. r. r. ennoent, with ., .lir,. sol- itude was .the boots standing at Redmond's c.P,e t.,..* .- 11 TI a time a prudent and discreet man should havv done
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mde- o -b.. o ...l 1 dbe lild z orrMdm n- return of these gentlemen. Mr. Sullivan then read the da- gang.-1 have not seen him since lie escaped from -- oting arose fron the endeavours to make the fct their no! he was too hasty, tp precipi ate, and I do chae hi
iteIl-he camed .hr Ih shw, I l f- r aedond-h poitontion, which had been written down, but from which we P-h r .h being there proved or denied, to have any iniuonce aga inst with imprudence and indiscretion. But atler -he made ur
Tto h,-.. i, :.rh l-T enersl made out the could only gather that her daughter, whom-she had written /ens rcall, d I read to edmnd what Ware the ph who P t ow, gentlemen, I will up- his mind, you may imagine how firm was Jiis consciousness
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b l ithe-Plic e. :I. II-.. wi*:i'n t o F. t el.. r u h.: ;. was iears for, and whom she expected on Thursday the awath October, I re -i1 f e .1 I .w iat posM. eas that the abominable w.etch, W are, was a an of in o 1..u ., i 11I more eor less judges of Phisiot anomv. I ,-se d *
I con! -.,>,. .... i. Itr-th-. n,,:1r h,. .: ..... t.ut I. did see had not come to Brooklyn in the stage from B.I. I.:.n- i,,.. *"!"." ." "". ,,',n .. ;'. .. ... ,, .. 1"r cence. without a single charge, against whom *..* ... b-,, .-,,J l:,,. .o..n..., ,,,,- ..i lh ,,-, n,-,:-- ',,- ,, r f ,,. |. ,: n ri
them -- a [. l .t>r-,ion the '-,l, in the m ornhlg- cant say arrived, however, on the following day and, Mo d] M ...aImI m .n d-, .. | ,.,, e.. "r'o i l,,, 4.h... I ..- ,q t, ,, : nothing, and he a ss h.r s b flr' ns *" Cir and t a..,,.. rnt 1l ... ...I, ..,,. Irhl i,,r.,wul is., It. .I ., l o t nr. f t-,,, ,
lthu he t.:..k .; ol snM r. R.:. udn.:,ild- no one l thinkbelieved foIllowine. she went I vitht her l,,.. h..,J, '.-,,,.'.- r d .,:t,'.." asked n, par cularly h,.,, r ,,: .uld e,,,., d .r,,, n, ,, ,' :l t....h.ih. ,r i ., ..... .l botw,... l.. Ji,,..y.1 h e, unp....... r t e a,' "t sfr.. .a ,: ,' .k ,d. B t -, .
t '' herw V i h: : e ,, ,, ,, i ,, 1 .. .., .. ,.e r I T H e said ale w ould picl li ..i 1 n ... ..t r '.. ..... 1.1 not believe tle. state nt .... l,... n, ,,,,, ... e r -
^ -B.iia .in ;:--~-fo ww T. Fv .- mon r'.'... H.t tl. _b..l- I.- .. ...a .i .;.. ..... . ,,...", i .r I.: .. ...i-. ... .... .. ... .>ie i le 1. ., 11 n. ,ul, ,lr I.. *J,:m.-rl set hi. down s. as-anian of no recollection, or 1.....1. i l r..Ic.. [.:.12. i nn j h -uij -.rr.. -.r .idn hi lureir'j to
i m i b'elthre d n.ne d'ie s- te ,'da t hi t a.1[ in i.b b ir r.:...,.i-- ir I i.l-,,, i, n,,. r..,. .: .'.i r ,in .nin ,-.f !Sh Id, ,.o. r 1-t, .21.h .t. ,- .s ure. Iihe Ic. m,- 1, ],,.s. ,. _:.i farious perjurer. A wore d touching the am oeor I,1 na-le d..: h, .-o.Je. to inrtlar. tciac n *f.I Pgr sro e i ti o] rIee hunlan bod,
h .ed im od i t hl. ,c --,r. t'.r,: I to r l..: tr,. .-. w s t d...wt,-, ia,.. i, i ,t |e, I;i .,_.. ,t1,1i t l fr.:p.:ll... -i, *., i l',..t i ',| .i / l,'ne w Ihr t h i'.f t ld .:. r n i a ,.bUa'upe le. i-s'pi r ..i..' :. 'i .. .:.l ... ., ,i ;.]ti l e i t. .. b l ii g'u. oat' asm,', isrl ag ita i .: ,- .lo1nr', ve 11 r..- -e t, i i .
B Vr. s .t.rvrl 1 -a- ttbewiu sas,' I L ,II .. b t* .e* i ltan ,1 ti:r diu i. r il ..... ; i.. ur,,, .- g .did not say a w ord to W are alory t l him t a" M'r, i-re t d 1 1 ils-. u n..1t.u a e.n u ." ur. le..l, ,ltT. ..irhnw.r! r -nucr i verts mn-g le mnarterfn
hm,~,:r--I .i ". i :a ,u --u ..T ..i .. hewasin b Mr Cown rie: I went to school with Mr Lers Lek, to herf a- .a derman 'ds o rp. Irn kr p-r avl.If i r. ..,-:|l e *.It a tn boat, thera ledmci ,, wi... olt.:. 1,. ,,i l ,,,r. .i, w ... ":.li,,JI,,,,.1 .rk.:tl, r .t.&
.eebr I ,i. a.-t:olhct-I ha .:r:., rn. ik:--l remember ther, she is entitled to all credit. persons who came to see .dmond, were otrestricted vi- nIey -, l-. and head. ll....h I ,,,.: n,.. dout.i ,.1' Ih, r, e.t: rs t.,hai. 1 12 ,:r.di hnlp
e -t dd n..t me t..m that dak-hud he been sick I ZinahDennison, by Mr. Staples-- was at Replmonns on sitinghitn-hisbusinesswasso wide that e afforded him Tbc moneythat ht ..s h.....--. ;tosr..- is i. ,i,,,rlh .... ,n,-,.-:i, .11 ,'. i h, l ,, "

the dy ,he c,r.rir 1- ..; ,..-i .ow ihe bar when t-heSunays bo:y Mr. Suli"and e .o: The Sundareo morningsa,- uod-nw the others rv.nt-nt my orders are ,.ts, passed im : ., us, a.rben h .rl ,.'.r .t.ea. but the,-'r minds soon took. possess c.i q,, u uere
R-dAm.,nd drto' tlaktn- Mr. ther ..d s n was the man er hear an t orI g allem thiedmond"s, saw hi, nt to-allo t r ", very c.n. i. ingeniny o depravity can devise, or tis city there is public feeling and opinion to a considerab-
'* lto-. Mr. -Ha:--I do pot remember when Mr.:Palmer ooean Se he wa very unwell, I knew of tAhe robbery from uly i oaEOrs.k-IVnaeroTnWI ar.dn I ote till e Cnt a tl.e himan heart divine. He comes here afraid .hat Red- der -. w. tn.h eh oher but slightly, and 49 true is the


I and h d- two buinwehssw w-I thI,..rB I I.._-. mo- of mine at the bar; Redmond was down stairs, it in with the officers. Whn are first we temnooue VI- mond would betray him, that is the worst part of a tale thiat ,., ..l i .ti ..mnn,- r,:.c-, let but a rumour escape it flies -
.if I... icrt nie-I dn t r.iember s..l ap M. eson l.h went was immediately after breakfast, I am/ not at all connected sited 'i- w withouta pornut from the poletI After hisex- must appear horrible td every one. Was it likely tlhat if Mr. o*.. T i. ent, iit .- ..r.ljy believed and adopted as fact
a -he paid u .It ha r ..;-headnotpaidthe aminationo one cold speak to him wiot m knowing Redmond had been concerned, thathe wo'd have risked his Some of us came from smaller placs, daily intercourse makes
S:.i ..o: i ....-I do not remember James Talr by Mr. Price. am the payi teller in or hearingit-he r. c .:..h Iten com uni- all t o accuse such a creature as yo; saw in the witness bo. all acquai.ted-heart almost beatsagast heart-he ouo-



an.1 CLoivie[tsi.>.,- <* il. '**Ir P *Dd..il it**. 'He J..-lisr-1 J.:, the Bank of Americai, about rioon on the,15th Oct. a person, cation without my '.... ,r.r;- ii. The pr oiers getintelli- No! no one can suppose itpi>5sible, and I will not trouble ings of families are generally known to each other in vaiii
r'...t rcniar.btr hc w": :,.:1h i! n i..c...."- .it.r: ..... it bl..... h ir... ,. faced, open countenance, with proce of what passes ot of doors-we li ve eason to b- you ,urther with1 the bare lnean The stine on board the scandal endeavors to pollute its sacredness, fornotherwish
lMr.nPort,:.r-isrenember Mr I...hhooindAn.-,- al ue ct te or nuut e deve sometimes. o steam boat, the dividing the money, and all three get- there are nne but mayw be blasted by the circumstance of
." id r,- h. < (am. "iLn ".. I 'lh,-1en,:'..-d _r n1." :..n-e u 0 ea o 5 t r l 0 inches in height, -resented By Ihe RECO.DE Waire IV was c loelye nfilld forsev- tua into a place where the f the vesel:,CIhpta- m l1-br. op"imrun Whoever is supra osed to put a t singer toea
*.m irt,,Ilrh.. -t..: ,- l I P check signed Joseph Osboa, for 00, wich was eradays-Mr Price did not visit him itn Degraw, says -,. .t is impossible for th..e men to standh. forgery rouses, and very property, a whole host to ferret.
r ,en he !-r> .,s t.rH- .. ,-e ,,. l., I i.- Ibrhe aid, he hadn o appearance of fear about thinm -the Bank is f--PIO Ith other vn t r t tin or t ts ornic. g a volunteer mounts the witness box, and u h n. out, sa thousand are ready to cry out aga ust him
Stetm.ohndonad er..t r1n. lth-1cant tell the ay the let-1 aehe i pression that thed signature is a true one, but Ohi Ie. os a- states the contrary"., This was g ot up by Mr. 'Nible, and wh t and undertake to discover him. So it was in this casea




ter was brou5 h-i do n.,E blu.i who brought theletter- fraudulently obtaiPed, Mr. OIborn was in doubt and contest- t, I wnoe t te eoh or t or what reason, s regard or the defendant must explain, it became important to the community n to find the
itsre erc ,- -I....d 1 as a ti p-.:.p ol c. I. I c house at othattune- I t il th is a n it.-i; som t one adt Dber r t serr ed h -im .. :Ie; LIwe itto After the whole aI-s over, he says that Redmond was to re- delinquent out, and every on, felt zealous the whl
lT-r in t wlNi, r .-,;r. .-I -- o n t riedmtnh e t w hinM am t ell ti.e .' i D egr' w, by r r. Sll T an.-. am mah e rnhh -to lle. 7 / y lr. P ,- R--- .esalif/ar..,.,: til-IiI:a ,- te,,. 1,.ear-n'.n. -eeo sn ro a r 1.d IT Vt 1- er, w t- heh a h ~ rht -d ic1. 3- ^ riT. -"































do, nto rct.1-:t *hr Mn L,., k came in--vhen .she did The Counsel for the defendant desiring to be informed tH's pol.yJ a L .I o.s.iliy -ayin 1. -, ...ul, ,1 ( T i..,J, main in the city, aId.he and Read were to go a.way. But, city was in commotion, and without one fact to sustain -
-Mr. Rtdmond e t1, bu e I do r..:., know the month-the we n t.w a..d testimony was closed n a"l l' o n-nete sted. Ithr i;.ta n .tit lc...oNih ip.[e. gentlemen,1 et me call your atteIty tion to the place where the them they went to r' l ,'1fnecti ee-rvdnr thde fee1




child did nu'. r. up ,ind =-i h im-= he- went right out--I saw ij i M t i;- clss 1 WEIsaid that a very essential witness-who I tbsmn~tz 11ni-e- ifo to l .ill lhe pi o.roscs.ft-iiner, J.nhi: ,arrangements for breakingapeii tle store were *made, at Red- }igs we catch (frm the crr, ntlnan~lce 0.^.*l. r. to brine vea-
hr no out lone- p e ht ,n.:.r ,,--he :-had no a had been summoned, would not be in town until to-morrow, it; il e one. coul sipea to ,..rn..l; li. t m.. yar krn.:. n R edn mond's .own house and inthe street, what alce to make. nce on the fhradof l e,. pces,,. I a ll not pursue tie
th.e ati or n...:- : r.:..:.. i. .1 at he arrested the proceedings, but ie .:i .... r : an, n l.i. n...i L.. plans of sc a description, his own house! Is it credible either discussion of this part, but leave it to y te talents oee




Iher Mr. hedjmoiii v, a.-ick. and -1..: '.*..1iI.J .-*,i r linu--..ii.? The court then adjourned-it being nearly 12 o'clock, to him fsin c. > irn hei' -3.1. lie us..Ji) Li ..'.hi-f-1.^11. that any person like Mr. Redmond would make his own .my colleague. We have. considered the evidence of Davdd
....t..ern".l ...l.Jrr. -Ay n. r ...-he did not see him- al % John LI. I fagmnIPr--r a th. oft peJ.s-ItIk..n.a1..'rtint dwellin- 'e the instrument to such proc.eednigs The reading Ware, and the tes'imorn .'ti, ry wnt h..rth e ofrredit I
o.a tknorwednte.- h k.'e .i.jeit .to a biliouse attack-have toutfiletaboar ithou Uednse Jan.,1wbth, ion eo wr A A noes .o kto 1, ois- -.w.i,-I, .., p ,s.nI.r, t- r., oom of the American, Ware tell. us was a plac wh ere they shall refer flayt .s'.sao pl.uter ir..t s1..1.,cr-who ocutve1wi ,
gI r.-n freq nedin m',:r.k 1.ithe -i.- Ian'wa t, n1.,--. ine- nT.he doors were opened at ten o'clok, and the RECORDER ing left it suddenly. I Two or thee w y n .ast 1 over, but 1d. t ; o., .an hre it was a milartestinn. T n ..'iast you thave torolV-wta e

Sher come ;i, ic -hi1m once-.I had no conversation wlh, co-urt at half past. The jury were fthen bought in, and BInr. i arro in w r .. w .. H ho have received. !.u. 1 er. .l e .tlII..I,., .-.e itnasil soma- whether heois nr u in ei. El..iA, fread this 1n pass toanoLheI




,h1n- daru ep .a that visit was before M r, Redmo rd's H- i r having opened the court M R, MsXwiL c lled T how w egot se en sIhetetheeotodge he n d, :r.- ..ed1. nf o resp etblea sphire in th e p o a t of tohee e idxtr e ne-id. I, d _
-itiet. tP -t he relar,-- r. d .g0'. dlt os "a tote u tetlclos. t vern*divid lod I pw. t It It wi fg "l .





Cn-t. .iuhin d ,t,,te r Mr ..-w r tai d.'nt r.-ow the | n Clerk of rarinsg-Woltthesesia the prisoner e lio, eret l ]t..i,.3 T.: ihr I .. hi- r-. .i h dIi wenttolu ; such abandoned wre .Itches, we, I say, must know that he would voke you to bear with me nar h-.:. So*n i.. w ran ime ae





dly ol-the monrihwh.'n'he offie,- .:1-.cr [c'l'.: r tsol.>n-some; Mr. Hays-I have just sent for him. he told min.; ilr..r.'s n... : 11.11 u .*.*...*.ne:" *' we saw hi have chosen some secret spot, and keptaloof from being seen deepest attention. If I am right as far as Utavceoe, thei-
t.l w'he btrd'rt t.--ld m n .1' rt-i kI.o, riou l....rntth e.i forger-- n r,:,.i. -TT. should have been here before, in aroom,not the bar, but on. adjo.....g, 1 l ......... ,back and recognized in their company could be an erx.l beeHa t.i.. +.F ......... must s Ty som
... ... t i fr l e.-... y t'et Tr.ay- am desired by my brother Jurors room; e was out t rst ie wnt,:as tthep Ishlli.. ... i: testimony of Jhn are, he ha" thing moe. I rr i .. :. r ...... ,i ,.*, o nt






d\, .alrrm .llr e ,rt ultMim L,, ; ae.. and a hrr et num- to state their wishes, that the trial be brought to a close to lice tle first time R. w, s there; I went down wi. h one been placed rjc'u.t.. by proper witnesses as wanting vera- of himself .wiu, tit..[a .oi .lmoion, a w...i\thou onI f-t osu rtai n'.
S r nrhid wom ie by e rIurR h circumstance day, we have been now three days engaged hre, and many of of our directorsto look at is papers ;Mr. R. objected city, g e as t een slown as a worthless characterand contra- eviece where he was at and 11 o'clock on that ftal da





ri re, iwi-d grm r.'bniut-r Oi f r several minutes.} [ us arc quite worn out and exhtausted. tohheblsbt; vI" looked over a file,of bil'tl .of parcels and dieted himselfin the most palpable manner. I confess my- -you wolild think we concealed f-om you vw.hat shooklliea,
r.,r out ,--ZIs.ri e e sugar was kept up stairs,in the S u RECORDER-We will endeavour to gnt through itto day, if other paper of.no use; wli thn went.olhie rooms h .., o igustd w ith the wholdas and I quit it l nce and for alt been disclosed, and you would have looke,,td iii *ot u 'to.g.tr
toere1.aut h 1 l r i pickle .--1ere kept-the head waiter hadw possible. I think it.will be finished this evening." unlocked exia eatsk and bfreu ;, lh'e slIowd n ,. disositio "". "oan to a part deserving more respect, thie remaining of our falsehoodn Wec 11 n.i withhold tI e il-r. to roe ;
che. eof i.hecldmo.d. be mi,.J the key-Inevr got any out-,Ie MR. MAhXWELr -Th e court could have opened an hour to conceal; te r, was a. suspicion th a tobrts vas ac- branchh of testimony against us, I place s.under the head of where weo were at that period-it cost one..r r te puideison pnd
.I hl'te.-nt 1 ,hrlle. bi aome ,f the folks of the house-if ago" quaint'd wti. tho forgery. Mr. Kb ,lif' impression was resemblance, and to st, gcntremen, I require your calm and alldear to us. And here it becomes, r ,',ty to examite'b
Riaard\ Irt a,,-. h, -rra- r. was sugar ,it another closet- a r '.f an hour thenelupsed, and the p.ns"nr\ tad tat R ,dmont was the in an. Mr 7,.'. vr" ,osi- pm the investigation:.Mw The evidence o f identity is so what rle you judge of the eviapnce we have adduceda aW-
l,"there- no earr,, ],ch-do:nt know there was any in Oct,- n o .L, awr.en court became unlpatient, but in a few a ho- c iR e.he was ll' l aooi oL L in T ,, Mr' R,' n ne, and it .s seldom to be relied on, o" id may.i w may a be toldthati we hsve ,ervantan, ourhtcommndreay ,and
to.rgo u. l n get tue.or lr ltc ,.:r.ait 6.. e, out of that cl-do- ments he came in and took his seat beside his counsel, ao ..ta dow ... in ..t 'tile rrso ho rm yoa mdM .ie m.stal.. f.In- wili to Bay whatever we mayldsire. But ose the a'll,,
Whoe TTr,.la hir.-irri.l-i dn r,,,nt ot. hw whl- countryit an he Thomas William-My store ia atL Eulton street Ferry, the wn -.d ta o we believed nt reto .. I r ...t.ee was other. It have before it.e a case of identity reported in P hla swvore he was sick, would you then believe tr'mm N oeun






-rome.-, tlre., oe--.la.:l no r..Id me had he been Babylon .. comes in twice a week, on Mondays and ,. ,rr.g; ol an apology, sade lt Ih I... brigi,,g. ooae. JameseCrow.and Thomas Kedley, ,t states thatsKmd- influence hasbeenused, andthey have notsbeenasubbo
re itd r,. u l-c rt th..nt. "r: .; --ltwaefre r l :r S: --,l..re Thmen rsdays h ilL have not missed a trip this season.. .hi .. u-_ l.y lived sth a person in r respectable circumstances as her to tell that whdch they knew not to be truth -
notes. -ale; n itin u hs 'otl We w, led with hoWle' [l feso eG 'G h n .,. '
fI st.,res "I, i :riI .I t adt oortre 10 ndas lirfa ir a d .). a Ste, ... Irm I I ." "l o 'I.--iFg i .P -.- t ed tn ats ol ofrfreth netadaso aewt ht ocIo rnse to hiupy revious d:" "reuta .tionmnd peenbu t he+,






























h 'r .I ,i dj oi d emorrct.c 1 n.rt- ..,, [-Lt c...-mhpr.-n i. on th Cross examined by MR. CLARKE-1 know othingof Capi Jams ". tt.lson. it .i. i, w.int .t.ilm servant, one day she foupd her scratoiue broken open, and It will be p foptr to me.r the nat,,re .of positive and-r
e .- 'm p "-opl. .. In ,-.. h P.--.. 10. -- ",at ,v at our store, itlaves lere on Staro>lo"t Congress with oi. al, o Inn. ln-tII.,. some van able property removed. At this t..eKadleydis- circumstantial t'.. ...-., -p-lapositive evidence is thati-
B- Mr. PeaV.I..dL d.,l I n.--w ht mt,:.ad wet out to g .e- ,-.., ,,. -..*. ours is the reuarstae Bby- teres fom 3 to 4 large ..c.:.- il i I .J appeared. So( te alter a man came to Yor, ,e called- delivered.by Ware... the circur.....istanti, l is of a different ch,.i_
:s t~ --. ,). -., .3 :', Ju y-I m esre y y rth r trrs ro al n wa oq um ls !.ne we t,,n.w* I-p! s a In.I.I..,.-,I.:,tetmIn., I I,.al,.ens th gmIe : ie :; "-,,, ,r",."a -- I, .




































e i-dr,,ln el, h,...l B r. .a tever deposited wse,, 4,,tt,,,, tr,-,,oh,',',, ror, h t, thessame driver com so the shut the door. n himself Crow. The lady heard that such a person was there, rac-er. Ioshml now beg lav. to read a passage from a very.
net.rah. d f-or i r.m. i t, t ., no,-r Thl isame day of the week Dno d comes on Thursday.. I reoideoin thiecity-o I have 30 yatro, arn known l.R Iere went to York singled him out a nd charged him with his in- high authority that I hold in my hand, t attend,
B'P rheR s (.:.e.rt l.n Icantnetiled t s ee m ary Leek was 1rIt Cl Arn-The court will please to remember that by numbers-we weotodown to a brig, l see the captain, eratetude and dishonesty. v The characteristic excelnce of.irect and positive vi-'





lfrr;-I kr.:., t, it r1, d..,..u.l' .5 i.. li-1 't,.nk Mary John- that was the name the little girl mentioned. lie was not onboard-thene >]-.-. ..3.. .J i.iln.- ? : 1 1- He "was hurried beore a magistrate, ttpere he said he was deTce consists in the consideration, that it is more imm ali-
son .,t.)1rr..'h. 3we ur,,i,.,-[.i n. pr' k I.. ga whether it was -The examination r a was then read of Timothy B. Red- Boat-we went merely oys -. .-u I Ii. E 1 a ,. "., "etthepersan Helwasput upondhistrialt are ate and more proximate to the adct, aand if no doubt or s t,-
d,,lnt :l h.erM- [r m..Lr p k^~,.er ept-th ometain wabtout hd p ors!)e Ia nw think iaboub fnshdt his evening. or tl l oe sons:hMr dtok rids p/ropos ed tow nn. di'os. b,.r....no she 6 ),is had ee de sevinge t loproe repn L a leb retmains )fod ourc fntalseho iden'ce is nfwitholfe dom~t fro "suspicion tt.n6 '
he" e" b ,","he n,""ntq. e h,,- t e--ct..:.hived that morn- breaking. open of the store. commanded by Iapt: w haf; I did s i ogo on -.boardb.. a ,,,.I, and executed, still persisting that he was not the per- count of tha exceedingodifficulty u f ofasr. t-in -,a number o, "
ine-RhJm. r th L.r-i 1,11f h ay he wfent to Israel Le I have seen John Ware-do not know proposed to go to look a I.he Congr. nress; think al.e aee son, and so it proved. The man who did commit the rob- independent circumstances, naturally conne cted, artnd tens
church l-al. m ,nrn,, his chibaracer-wIdont Arkno v a nlly thing relative n to it. may have attended. ti 1 bery ..led to Dublin, he was arrested upon a similar charge,, ing to the same teonclsion. In theory therefore cn
George. o"r t.'u..r- Mr t 7 .L ,t ,,;- now R.- tT.Ro- Elijah Boardmn. larn proprietor of the American Ho- By RECOI.a.iE. The doors c.p. Ir. ,,.br-I, we would see was condemned to death, and told thathe was tie person l' stantial evidence is stronger than positive and ditr eIt
.lrLt-.r.. I-.. w-,.I-I.I:r0--. I-0-.I*:aer-nt knowhis ele-1 have known Redmond since the spring of 1824, very well. who actually robbed the Lady. Another ase of.identity I dance."-Sta e on Evidn.pae 527.
.d ---riin;..-nd ll ,',~r t.;- 'I.r : ., 1 ihis book to be his I asked Redmond to call and see me-hefreqently didp" Mr. MAXWELL. e hv no more e;..-idene to. ..adduce., r member, which happened in this court 2d years ago, when, I shall not trouble you with many intricacisoretlents o
T 41I % "6 .I-....av I I.: ,,e 1ha o ableao t imofenat-A.-ii.d .;s otl si i -teDr-l, c e(n. Ard he y uha e onid r a
ar.-I i..... ... i I1.. ---.. ... I.i" 1 p, "r d e hd.my uldevben-Baylnev r ea. t..-: aomes in stw hime 1' ee,11ii. 1. 11n M on d way s an im;-b-u. I:-'-- p-gI:-'Id I +A "..! -," :+..r 'Up,z.- J m .C.and"homs.. Ked ey,.tsttsthat, Ked-o i flar e ay ,c h .s .ee. ue I,, the. h, aten b rnd


~~~~ ~~ i.s e:" d.. "'"...,'f"o. en n he ar3d of Nvit sae ht .n.rsa otrdyadhar h qtmnyysura w ent '-it,-,,'"',itewih the.....,'o-e. of the, evidencefor te.... ecu di ...... ., v .ie ..... arty.. n-i-.,-'.1--uher leca
mv-h'v "n, i. p i...%......,-hose...ho k R u.....lPr,%I,_,Im +krl pIi.. r J in t"' s o cc sinlo
o&. tr t. iu' .'.Orii ir w- .I 1 .I" "" ,T.no .Iere a s deamirt --I rs .i...ie s. i t. at Low ues n i.Le ou nlioeoo b e 8 pn.eri :t nesastot n"s; t On th th r
morea wilneo en t po v Le Sthei character ofa Mr. I, t uu u o n toargnive paid, exei t ed steill ersl,,tl that waI- not the erNichol
I+ ],%LI.ra1,.' I.rb h -, o'+ ..f.' ,',I .- ,an I ,:,pe _n ted the aetem r i y,e m n m g t g n-d search his pay," I" -h, I It ; g r .' a 3" ':e i'no. uestoP. gea. PTile"esti onytot't-has exlci e eda i ngit, ul t yL, c1-A.lf :fa r..i Y.at; in u ber o*
tin ""he' ty ,r| ~ .a a h et I rael L dewrs-ThavegoendJchn aracterof r nrrot now rops hmeed to o ol okt he C niculs I 1 think lid sn, Idso not kpr o we. totrem a t w ih chd cocfmt mt hob-ide-pozendenttcireemstaneesn'btural-v eonae r-. -.hl-e c .1ate oan n d,-'hihi sfiintypord `.,dT' .t..,IIWre 1 hs
e uoh l da m r g ; sce art ainly --b e entful ly atnoes nyted exc e latiperh ap s, in t .h e afhaireofttend ed .,I M w I.v b r l d t u l n ,a r e t d u o In r c a g,', e,.-to he saemon l sin,. I -It., I and.. or wre" ireum -
G,'n a wr.iae.-t, w. ba, r keepe v r t-IkowMr. T.Redor te- E hlI ,-,h!-Board -..an :. 1mpopriestor acquit h i merianye-ll.ofRri -wEs.with him doong rs than I ,., <,wiste couldtse rwsdne mitto de atharietyof -. ththew,-,I,- ;,,f pr"teyrs o gnizstat Rledmondeas thenger t li ,hn pus ,:tire !an dIrhe.. thei
h it,-,d nid. hand t,l,: ,q :. [Ac I,'zturl.,is bok obwhiIasudRemn o alanaend-le givenl tdheMXWLW hv n oeethnatoadue eemewhc apee ti cutz yasaowe Isal o rubeya ihmayitice orlt,',


-lie is a nierchant of respectability, but was embarrassed in I never saw him in company with Ware at my house, or n as examined by the e.rdrr-llr.- c iI ir is honor was District Attorney. but use the plainest common sense. A matter ofa quetion-
his affairs.. On the Sunday after the 10th,he called with him wilh any suspicions person. [Ware was then brought in- .. *- I..n.J with a pi's fool-H-R. ..:=it I' .nthe l-..... .- The defendant was indicted for rnirrisn, oPni the 2th Dec. able nature is presented.- circumstances so remote that ore
upou Mr. Wood who had issued a process against him. I to court, but Mr. Boardinan did not recognise hipji.] our intention was, in breaking a -. th." :...,,, t... i ..- 1800, at a place called -- ....... .: r at thattime-he individual could fabricate a statement, and by that crin um
Td all my influence with Mr. Wood to wave the prosecu- By Mr. PRIE. 70 or 80 people may come mnd go in a ney or what we could--Redmon' ....e il IIme n.1 I:, afterwards left her-she statedu.i ;uit. s i n the habit of stance fix time. place, and action. It is by a train 6f cr-
tion, which he did. On the W Monday following, Robertson da- Ra p ats e t readingroom tegereral tenor ofshispevidence-his.iteplies were for the s ng hairand kwtoait I nada scair'i"etie^pio r qnstant 1 evidence, b perasns in-no way interested i the
d e ea p 'e : O th e W e d e sd y I th i k re c ive a e t- k l it u e S oe as b e a d ,t h yp su g t p e rs o ns s w or e nr ison e r t a t w e nav e sue s an iit ed ralibi... '- i .. .
decamped, On the Wednesday, I think, we received a le arobHas. Shortly'after the forgeries, the first per- most part il unison with his ;",.rn,., *tL-n.nl. There ,--,'.ul. rnea om is a
.1- r in to n.,._Owmir, ,t e w her h d ti treated imreen tt he as nont. -Evidence of Liatin word for elswhore a t at th. same .
a ,, h.' ,,,:.r,, ,t,,,, t,,..-no ,,,nourhhands. son was taken t,,-i l,. ,:.tIr, t 0 or three days after. I weretwo or hree prevarications]- ad seen Red an i gien tha e as nota th c ee t els wh e e we mean ewr
... w~ere two cc r F p ev rca l n J-- ada seen R ed mron d an alibi was given that le was not at the place where thd elsewhere than where the nrosectntion says lie wa ; -.Th-
Che1h i., ..1 i; l..rr ,..r,: h-n.l r him, bearing was at Dover wh it rl:rR ,in.iv, was first taken. Ho- before I went to I heTiieatre-Rcad pointed him out to marriage took place on the 25th, but was in N. Y.-perform- say that Redmond was between, 12and o'clock, Tin
t.le Pon mrt. .." PFI.ly'Ar:, i-,[,r,. I Jo r..i .ioubttobe his. man arrested him. Waarevwasiarrested at Dover in De- rnme-it was 7 pr 8 days ,.el..r 1 ,- irnirodu.- dl..iimm- ing his duty as awatchman. Another circumstance arose in a check, wemndertookto prove thatlhe was not bi t' ,
th F [o t 1.,'['01r-= I do' ,, ou tobehs
I doinl re..:.ir. '.Tr. E,.' rt I hi.: n. ,..,u'.. of Mr. Ro- lawarc-I-li nl on the 2d- 'te was brought to N. York at 7in theevening.' R: ,.1 Ir, ..,..,,,j_ me t,- l) .mond. evidence which completely set aside the identity. Thewife was at that time stretched on a bed of siIknesste upov
bIrt.in's ,,,d mr,,rl ,l,,,,r .r He h ,j a umber of ere- by me on .: t.Ii6h of Nov.-he was examined on the 7th. [A question was here p,. "l, ," h I,. l5 r, "t was stated that the husband had a scar on his foot, which induced this by a mass of evidence not to be shaken-wit' prove
doors in Philadrlph, Iwim n ere rvs:.-i Ihrii while he was RECORDER. When 1 i.,. second examination, before they wentto the T,1l.cii-3 t-;,.tlier .l'l.r the intro- the prisoner's feet to be examined, and noscar or wonnod of learning, or craft. It is like mountain so based tet.
AX&-hewas a're I' '..u-t ar.sts., did.nt Mr.-AV....On.he.12t.of No. andtirettird o
here, ad he was apprehensive of further arrests. I did not MVr. MAXWELL. On the 12th of Nov. and the third on duction ? He refused f4:. a.n-, er Hi; ['cordl., a.i .d in a any kind was perceivable, he was therefore acquitted., of truth so fixed, and so linked, that man could ne haG
. know that t,. lIo.Jc. ii t:- ir.-..end.'s ". the 23d v'ery'impertinent mannc .jatred! of,.- th:.:.ut.'| .Hsere then is a proof the dangerous tendency of identity. fabricated it., neer ha
BJSth'Kic:!,.:I.[,EF.-I h, r... ..).ioubt. that the letter is his ,Ex: resumed by Ihe RECOR16Ei. It was sfier the prison- Mr. SiuLIVAN. May it nl.,:,- p .i ..ai.j :-,.d Gen-. In'thisPlace, where.there aremyriads of people, can it be The learned gentleman then stated how he p ret
sur r l:I .In The lm rsmleet o~rra a [lK ev are d g aantlmn then sate h rcrdt
/ -he is a small man, with black hair, and a complexion more er was arrested,I told hint that Ware was taken-it was tlemen of the Jury. '. .';' surprising that some resemble each other-rather think: evidence, and in what' manner lie had frrleditout dt
;1,:,rid than I,, K. ntu-...i'.; e.. n.r ,lly have-he left in conse- 3 or days before Rodand's apprehension. There is something in the scene tnounJ us more thi.n.t t mnore astonilmngt that soo dew mistakes occur.- remdinini thee servants of what occurred at the ime .te o
,I;.;L:F. J o ,. r ,-hr,- ig .. L. 1 r 1 e l. ,oyo k en tlemc n at the t stim ony ofm Vi er, he -, car .. .si- tiu ony t of aove v as recalled to th eir la id g& e -, t. '










aso, .ljerJjy,)^>(. [ t. ^ ^ ^. ,l,*:. r ,, ,O _l* i u-o1-Ol _-, o t. "d e-l d .\-,ai. 'a-- uo Ilt's Iirotiglit to Colonel Fabvietr an Inihvlhoin (Torn .. the- ~ :-r*in ;atibn, and t51o ffrst' ^im.... i-, of'I hscarinet rfedpulfhe services, his'great experience, his tia2nts*
>**:-. -lltie .:...,uin .. ,,te, f'd .e tl ^ rr"' ld t]r, J ,h-ti,i' l ,fati7?.".i]. ,|,, .,| ...i.'r asAdmiral de R~ignvto abandon the expeditiorL From theoRichmond W~hi, Extra.] This charge, i ts strongest form'.im~ports that at hnslearning, and his private virtoes,and to setoff-
ery killalonaid r t.]. y'?tS.or~l..-,r.ii, rhn...JiwTlfd upj. ,, C 'l ,. *, against Scio. htwassaid that file Perseveracea VIR.GINI:.A AMTI-JACEISON-- CONVE'NTION the last election, tire oleO of tho Kentueky delega- ao-ain.st them whatever your fancy or your judgment
"nh. Olci i pl" f r.J 1" :qf ': m -i -- ;il.-..riii..i 'I.u .!ui.lsbe steam boat retnanedat anehorinthe av of Sa- c, *,, T, ,,;,) tloul was in the market for tte highest bidder- mayvfind toblame~inhis privateorpublichlie. Whmz
"le .* .. t t.... declred ""I1 and. yoid, aud that-tlie Porteohas losa durinr Adniral Cochtrane's last expnditiou. ., 7 .J' "-A>*'"^ ~ that it w'as offered to one candidate, and being re- you have done this, reflect on the character of the
li-e partw.uiaiyd 'lt" on, the statement l^anry determined to brebak ofi; all commrun iration with and thiat Capu~in Hastin.gs had \written to theo Tihe Presideilfl took the Chair at 12 o cioea, f'nsed by hin, wa sold to t e otlher,-2and that the office, you are about to fill,--enqnire What feelings,
11. eea -I ./' 3 l -g ".lO e ]a e n- -, -. -= --" ,- I I -I- .

thi........ "i f ". ? ,' "I ,'0! dll the Am.bassadortr /The, have hou-es'r- t- government that the machinery was good for M~rDabnev.Carr froir tlie Co~r, rn.e to frame an consideration ot tihe vote, was the office. ot secretary w a~t temper, what talent,what acoulrernents, what
.g '3 ... ... P ,- notIing, and that lhe could not sr. Tb o lher address, sated the reaa ss of that committee to o stal e, bestowed ou Mr. Clay. It ttiis were true, habit are estsuitod to the dichar4e ofits high du-
: es moy onlt, rk. ;t'tl, ',h h,.a., ,, ,. ; : : "conv ton t talttofas well.asti ... "p o w ho''a don o"ion o e t -ia t to latt staps c ineL once his
", '- 1 w illq I.. ` ,-IIIj -,,-' ,-I-,1. It % N -% r J -"a 4r hk esse s a--.retr1.ed .le .cX.,oe.34o .Ae o 't:\ Itn os brour. ht to C on iono-I Fe s o'rdrran invittoation th-t i st-nIp nr- pe ub-fnd then co e ucey o h sat .oatn.exuln!


evidence-, L'. r" i\ ^.J '-." evident that 'other' k'rankis, .residit in. lhe Purkish oaptal, \\'hen the Kecllas arrived at oros. the v'!i3;c Col.ston, the o air was vae te Rd or "hat space of fanyoi l!;e cha'aeters of t e guily a nd renders Ada~ms wi h Andrtw Jitc.kso'i, in rsfereneet.o the
,' tie-was one of his' n t" esseutial'witnesses. He ought to bo protected by the Trlghls. of' nations,, ^crew disbanded- thnmselyes. It was s;;d fi-i:ittitn ; at lha expiration of whirl the president rt- .tinhior ver nwoerthyof )iubli trust. nr'eatnuest en--which of th~emisbest qualifid for
eonlinued, in verr eloquent manner, until 4 o' aud lad accordingly asured, them of ..their :* re- Lord Cochraue was muac. .. ..* ;..J. d, !'; slmed t~he chbi;r, T!ns charge, nnt so st,'onaly, however, as ,has t';io first ofien in II." ,,, ,., .In,,'i rr.., i~kesly to
elu.': *bi- i b i" :u,."il'iud ot eaxliustioni,-and tle to. ,thi.-faet was (...,.i.,rj,,ii ..'t.il-. l..-Austri- would notdepartassoon asCi.'.:' *I ,-' .': fMr Jahnstci', f.-i iro r-,cc mnitt~c to framc anad- besnhcre st, ntd, was made, lbr t~e first time, pc d- preserve to us,1,he, ,,r...'n** 1 i .* r- ,,, *. enjoy"
jury bIn"m. iw en'ia t r aiir ioii te court adjonrndl. -an Aumba.,sador.. Fabvier wasinaclivce at Moth /.'., ,_ [',,'..'-, ,,,. '.dress. then. rspo'tl>. the bfolowing Address a~nd Ife- ing thre Pre!.ifioiai l ce .letic-i. ll.'was prom'ptly et, 2-from which is most" dang-eri.:. ,:.,: i!'i...hI,.rl, J, 1,,
"* A" 6.w(nel\Wshthe Cou- re-opened, wlicn Mr. "Every rnoin nt~anorilerts'xpested'frointhe 300 ti."i .1 '*.ril, Thi. .' *,. *. .i*r. sulutius .,t e. an i~iii ed by Mr ivh" O atv" t es rtedby its our eace andb iun eiss, otr "1 *: .i rl ...rli.-i ;.
Sull~rau,-.suMid his d.., ifcnce; w.iclt l coneiuded Sultun, c ,,.. .i.',iz'.i -t -.-*3loral a'manrent to be ann [* p.il ." .' i h .tlhe I. In. 1 11. '...' .,,. "* ~ 'ro T* a' PE PL OtF- rc .-I) -v r r ..G.....- suppo'te's. ''They rall id ag ain afier. tl e c ellotio [L isuet. i1 wai'itoule~sa, tii i t 5.*i',-lt 1 .
v ery .'k.Slu .lts, an animated spe eh, followed h- istd' o.n ;, .1. '..'..o! St. SoA pia. t t eoa. ,Attersa lro a b ,o ando n the 8 u t. iont :dThis r in its.stavirn been dgecsaset, by shose who oppose thie ave it a cirrum solt ance d t ha its atIllsleardningf a rhishe prite oare comni ede to toe-
en h, cl,-e isame s th- l 't il i o vp u in ,, 'Lz -, / .... i"--- ---f r n. .i,. ,o been"againstctiio. tow"ss.-i that the.erseveranesA['resideCKatNofCONVENTION tleslostcircumstancesileandlat ofsthegKe tucky deare.- tliit'whieli whatever lyourfancy fidence tothe



heI sm Bi .. ( i w "A.enot.ter {ehter ofite sone date sagsbr- f dthat' out Of 9hi. vesseS, T.tur'rkulin ad lia ececp*!a" -.. ,-tia- ". ,-s I Ie.t 0 tb pbi sanction of Ge. Jackson's name. J"Ir. present Chief 1Vlaiislia'tesin very different degrees,
, r.l di, sseat onet rtlers e clard nl" ad vi, andthaothePor- ha -s .. iltio. I I ~~~aes Sl ay n .UaseDAY,1 alie ly I. tatiOs f



. .. er,:l cu anceia te touse for e the goth w e n bl Of' ln that ere in tAmi Bay of Xavarn, not more than .o. y Ciav aaaiu l' iciv denied it, c a nlod'lbr yoe prot; -we areunanimous, and tihesltatinra in the opin-
tion, after dwelling, Jor a sn rt time, en tne peemiar ,. .. .. ... .. ,. .o. .i n to ,l >3.en 'ondPursuant our a iaomiituimet,arld frmecl and" ,.-. .:,, y. .on Frofha>,; appcareid to- i,,, tlb t Andrew Jatkson is altogether unfit for thet
.. ,-" --* eltie l rKsuaee, titva~ w s.thata au w f n uld w a L al O~r iten tothe, -Io nq i wh, .eligs




..atio I. .- .. ..de *t'm i ed to.n ]'_ ln d 'n u l i no t. ) be o es iedlnlel n hs nrev ileT a nI T ev n t se hadl, ion su titreu n a te r'a ii.. .. t e sustain i m, no en tuir has be eu instituted, a td now p residency and thab oiue ecttou w ou l be em inent-
nl eeklb mg. D'id l ltl.' [hl r, ` .' I, n -,. ncry, e was g, oo. d ,f .t r |M. Dabnwoo No. ar eu e lot l ieus a I n i t e tr o r ne l o sdeaii Iory vDn stl Ii co oe tsYt o-trnp r attlei~wha ceur ma ,w]a




L "in r if t .t .....".. vi !"of thl test h- e ,Aog th ours. Tranquilly n however pre- alaeLondon Sun, oilst.,eeet ber statstnat .. .. --. l .t i" all its phases it'stands ralvn'batod yt a todyol y dangierous--that while we checrfu'ly accord to
ro e -- '! ,,' e .if."' -I. o- 'I -I rld.[I r less sajd tee ado.l eo o frha ourVlnO i tte cito of 11 t




"P a d lo d ^ ^ dmt~i the iUrv vould'uot only be i-ust hut cha.ritahle l,'e dtcdt'tn of the Sultan afte' the greatt Divan which an lou ice tl d arrival there of t he Genoa i r : = frorn the least obariabl!, its open" d.isav twa., and amnivcrsar' or: t oSth of Jansuary a day of joy, and
teti o y olIh', 'tto il h r sdii c nvcin,'a he ,a el s ,tile ,_ It no 1odiary11119n u, lcl -t -ns ll ici t th dic ar'nentts ihd -




r i. -, .:r .- ,, -* I 1'h Amb~ssad 's of te i ree Asia and Albion, roi va ',o Te letter adds: ... .i on -.E. wen froi then tos tsusp ti o usiacaudi ko'ldgint, triumph to onr land,'-wetntst init nmst solemn
MrM'lib',,,,,l.i:-' r.'- He *hadI .no ar. oogy.to Powers a're still' here, but no intercourse is held Althougs nolconh.nua i e tion had th-l 'been had sT os .". ... i. t\atthy hays done injustice in even'thinkcg it mamnr, protests Caflst aelaii to hivi role, foun-
-t T rkswhpialWh n h tlls r lawts1 ,ms hevy :c'6 soorosnteo r a idor has vtt t~e heil edthal p tic the l~ntecarceso lc ul~v n edr A ais ih A~rw Jcso, l -eeiet-h




offer id i refI ,renee to thl duly "hich tis las "i with them, and the Ausit'ian A.bassador is in withi th lastmentioned ships, it was inferred ou .r h-.... ".. '... ... D t ll probable. *led exc!'sively uwon miliry renown,--andS vow
posed upou him. He sh.l ne u to prfor constant hogotiation with tlhe RelsEffcndi. from their arrivals thalt Ibra'him hadd aiotshov.n el'ii ol' ,!e (" or uiiir, era. h .l.a Ut may uot be unworthy of, o.uoice, as ene of the dhatnottinno-hasoccun-d nltue hiistory o our coun-
w r r ad|b terld I Ott E p o ught tolbeeprotected bythe -rights. af 0 It -rNa less at U evenreat





it "with a pope' g "o t g Tle oeis Effendi answvlred the Ambassadors any. disposition to treet, and. ttat tle Ifitad e -"a" .i pea e an n ".fin.t "e .isatl r means, by whicv the p ubuie inod luas been i r. |,'. try, so ,ouch calculated to shake our confidencefin
Itwsa "etarinar ease, because the detend of Pr sia d Illian. w.o ipera tocneressor uerens ere nt tmco oresnwere comiper 6. eed and in' t lwau'edn that opiniwerons prhle nd ost i':'cd',.at'oinio ctheacostyi:.:.the te1 copitef toepcopllfogoel ergvern tntaa
f a s a r o. u dtdv everr, hat arilerun o"s tep residents o n eea t tIe.) ,;, 'Ie. n .t.se, naond etly mat ,
ina abusiesloquente cm aranter, unti id had a st assuitaled t o f ,thei -t 'Leotrd Cochrae w as lilt. 19ti "ov. s. a s ettd r Tecome nids uro n o sot press gip d wto sh yo the f drst f hi spe n iors, tlcma
auryilstman t' besr e tmuy theno ur t e. oo i. II .e to tl a ort was tin tat cy, Ia t te c ir en tor r,-iith on ot oni comn oicasion oto pera is adt stri lyt r metorica sawh icfi i sn heibte rdt ers o : lies sfupeior, h.as mad
.[ .M g In O Uat coi agc6~uiULIOO ve at A lutl. "-.... .. ', -, 1.,,, 1,,- tr nooAdd r uess and etc-i0e lI
I g e nio tielbk evilee Court- nia OCLed gwh en Air b1E eryr ien ta ordll erl .i i s e xp cn f rormab t tiel t hr0 e po- er, ".i we, on .oar I..i Thi,: I,; ,. *" -" .*** -.-.- '-.- .. %* '.. .- svii.i .; I .. to i and s~l, e fly Mr.ic inI ia n oldl cal c re ed. )e lias, lino iltp e las and coip ne s tiour io of -li co-dunryI,tEi.
S u l ia n rs et e h i s -s c l ufao u c e ,t o h i u b l i e i tc o n c lu d e d S l tay fn a o s, cn s e e msLl J l t o e a p l d e t a i h d b e n d t a n d o a c u i r a a s a d d .I 1 a r m a m e n t t o b ee e l c i n o n o n c a i o n t p e h p w t t i c h t ri a a c r f c n i l h i b l l a nd l i.e oP Ie n ,a m,.I a





^ct^^^Th*e' 'Pt .... d.-or t'tnor ne ien~ a masterly .he Porto, eveu in tie worst ease, doeswztfdp.". Turks thavingS intercepted a despatch of M. ....... ..^ ", propriety, used the expra essioea m .'palsied by the will his own arbitrary wil, the rsleofb'is conduct.
...... un ......... .......... ,-. I 1".., ...lo. tile-C. .., t..I '. '. .t.- oswre, 'rn.,v "- ofo r u sit etE I rfrnc o uLsEone n trngaOF[ nins-u 'oa1)ioa itng ih





w y c -.,teo throh ?, .T...,o t-','f *ie It t be pi ol l,. tt ard tu 1ean 'I .,e 't'.n -..-ba ourhe a s ir. w h -urarve npllo t o.dng sh
at-abelt cou t e ar'um~nts ofoeu.,.t .. 1 l *, I,.. '. t Sultau's tieeson ,11 I.....I Pruth, was ordered to ,-.ss that iver. p.e coS.- :. ..... .. b een I...0.1t b the 1 ..o,- ...eg ve,,,;..,,. ', T is phrasehasbecntornifsiom ed e adn esso 1a rendered valabie sfr ices to hi
I Letters f. pi- rlu .'it te lt, ,tin. 'oOne lewo illtcic... ,san a lat,-a ve t,,ue. sa *ohiaig vild ou capere cto th






defend-nt- and thus solenmrly concluded : Gentle- warlike nature; and that a general arnulng in the iideuce, however, was placed in this rumoipr. a- lnw. .. 01 yo hrn. y d- approveits context, mintsnerpreted, and nihcd as tie authori- country, a proper rc.gpeet lor ourselves dud for you re.
E L, Y c I-"s o Ce ,e/e a u l n ] Zre ,0 ITOp r s e n tU Ol "-- J a ,s'le l c y d ff o e t d g e s






jnen of tim Jury+-'Aou have the fate of thds. mn whole E :pire willbeordero K ^ was-in ad re v dess l state r d ... a-"al, O.Publ,, c sinc, the i president is ehs rged-awith the q 'iresetha we shoie li declare '* ....... t. chi ..co.^
Mr ., a s soc.atecounel. f ro t h e ..i.. .. :" ,.J istraton--have nt confidence in llt, and would be ', ,: re, er-t' ," -s ,.,oi, atiou to pel usto withdlraw osreoidj : .. i,,n. .
ince thae. nes o fisr %,om brn i the at er i t e ..... ,o, *-esbettnore,.. ,l'= 'y L- exced n.,yIg Io II naoonc ti,,ie princlel s e l e-
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( ad i s itl a s d o n i n h ~e ch o c e of M r A d m s .ndti e s ,so a s oegi v e p r ot e ti o nern doen o u r a g e e n t ayi b b en l p laf r s da v


... ....et\leathe mostirc tile, uh deAeren
,sEays--"'Tih.r,.,,.taflh. hr, rlli.n... t l.bftl- hantle 'putshimsulf at tlhaeadfthe'arry- proceed immediately fo--isbon, or-would|.,a_-e 'f"i.. I .[.This we believe the entucky dele- observe tile most respectful deference fo the opin- and il is not unreasonable'lo thiak .bat in the',andsf
"le of ta, -- r",,, 1 t,-ued Go..,"" ".1.) sa a do' .,. Ti','nr at,.L 'nmunition have been sent to Si- I -. ... ', hey were not instructed ; tfey did not ,iosof the many and the wise, who differ from them, a man of military pride ard talent aud'ef onzovern
leot a -i,.~ i L ..n i --" s ,ms, ,, t1 toho fortresses on tlhe Danube in a- C-).' I'= K .Fl 111t had embarked from 'An- 'toshelter thet7stlves fomh i.n-,l";""un" should consult the publdic interest and tranquility, bv temper,lblangerofworwill beincreased. A '.ien ar
g.ree that no person, notWeven his ntost coen- ,t d,fo-' Tl.- i. ,i 1,' r.' 'Fiii' are given ... ... .. dar thfccover~ofa le_ isltive ,eeomnendation ; con- eor-fin o .their measu-os to ob'eets of,.mknowledged may enme, may rage with violence, and find Gen. Jaek-
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ u A v,1111,5 axe givenI c,,. r I.' (. r i,,-,,n,,English frigate.' ,, oh f ....,.a ,,,:. ,i,,-. recommended d ,,',ato cn- orfind g .teieral interest toob jectfsin f acint o wlede d spirit ,at theageadwof the c violgoetnc e n, and finm11an.Jak
tial advisers, could- hbtan a ccess 'to lirmafor 1 up as not capa ble.0f ,c r,l g ...i-,-,, .; It w as understood that the Ea0rln r PD nT i, t .. '.-t .. ...I.I-'c '-i'i ,senti,.:.. ._ th..e...' ..., a' d e ,n eralt i t erest by obs ervit on ie a l der-in- chie fo tht
orsafterwards. :; ,, PariDe. 1.'A letter dated Tino, Oct. 21, w6uld ue,-.,,d in ,le t..our.. no tlc rm:t. e,,t j,,'- .. via a::ngthestald. :,y-ri enroe land dn varcesg vs
T, ;,"- [A'--'-, at. :rm. i.t, ,t.. r.: ,. ,., ,,.Q-flitl'o. -i,. Y, I -hini 's, scr, p lousicareUin-tcarereisetofuopoxercistwofnuhePower,: ld federl anthoriies, as dssention
.. ... ..r I= k I .. "a -.,tr ,.rr ,..,.,,.,1n1a povutn 3c o delicate and so nmuch controverted. I and controversies have heretofore'arisen-z-and who then,
tt-d. a nd In e0o the Dra.z-:,mn.Lns 5 p A vs,-a-.- I' p 'i thf l -0 bn ariv. Oc w I" ", an
*nd, ..- ,.';s.; ,." 1,in an;, rw,:arefom. yrna I..-".,uBenttek was to embark for India in th'. nd'] t I...*"* given is an affair Thus far we havo endeavouredtocorrct errorweprayyou, can answrfor Ib consequence of that
endmau e frorn t ginnyrntfa I I- q.P 0 1iiin J { $ ttl ii,; r: L 1; v'-Ind 'hl i st cons t itu n iai rj dcta esnmgtb etfe, prt hc adt oRbn hnIa ntei
,in r.:.. tt-. ; Id : ,G'- d ,,ln -r ,w.ll ee..-i, | ,lilSeio, wlen1e it i Vid i, 1.., .1, on the ,t ofDecember. -h,.'L..u.,hor.itIr ..... eand lsconsttu- and disarn prejudice, that reason might be leftfreei spiritowhirh saideto ov' abn whenIam the h
'they had ni '.:. 3-,'- -in i;t la itl hi 'h,' th,:n : I,.1,..d1 A 1 ir,i ; r. l.,- : 1 't ',..L l..:lh ,.". raised the hblock- i 1 E sq. prin ipal L librarian of th -I ', t 1 ,01 b. l, w ith a ra o f pricstip ato fa irlv thehrasvnt ado finistration and itseg you hacfeeo authority es ti owueba ,ei atn t der ? Rl e.
th.Wttthe ',..,, ,,:-,.d r,.,l r,.r,: ,.11 ,, ha,,, ado.atleastltorrthe present. The Captain w .t ote ,i ,. 1. ,l upon the1purity or the election, on the present Chief Maeoisfrato ;-we cheerfully structure of on t saeverument-on tleh collisions of oplia,
ilar lor a, n, I... .i to .h ...I ...iinuat'fonSio or told i)3 f'p ir lrh peli-a o, that the Juieon 16 d 3dntj, :..: io',grilv of thexchief mnagistrate o0' l o utn tieaprese i e atl re ;o i lo ernd Va. ion, aud-ct O tir ge re t colli s ion, opb ..
nar '' o a m.n~c,, to }ne lnsm auons nr . ; = ,,. lc~ae youto etivatlth e ofue f hiloongand v imband'ee tl'clat. old oll ofo auction l i0h- iIt .'_












kjime and war, \w'iicli lare alieaity occurreff between the PbsTscr Jr to Te hNorfolk Herald.
state and federal autboitiea, andt then tell us, whether The Convention.--The Delegates from this
the four is altogether visionary, that the first foreign war district, who attended the Convention at Rich-
eriously waied against I he United States, with General nmend, which met on the 8th inst. returned last
Jackson their chief, would bringdanger of civil discord, nightin tlhe steam-boats. John Myers, Esq. one
Sdisseolution oh t he in e thehopes of eve-of the Delegates from tins borough, has politely
r free goverthingm other dger of civil discord, even finished us with the following communication,
when no foreign.war should afflic as;-tlhouih the retro- containing a sketch of the proceedings of the
aspect of a few short years would teach us that such dan. Convention. Time will not permit us to enter
ger is not imaginary-& hat ithe slightest want of tact in into particulars. Tihe entire proceedings shall
its management, time least indulgence of temper, on the be laid before our readers as speedily as possible.
tIhe part of the Chief Magistrate, might inflame the Rnicmntoxu, Jan. 11, 1823.
whole nation, and lighl the funeral pile of freedom. The Committee to whom was referred the re-
T'h-er ,. -sm'r, .. f earthier kindn.-If we are co i-, and proceedings f Counuies and' Cur-
fi^Cdt, ini ".- .,A m. .-ri aces committed by Ge. Jck- Oi .n -Counties ando.
Sn, .;,.' the most sacred priucip!es of our govern- porations, made a most eloquent appeal, through
iT 1ni- ii will hbe te mirial effect nof the direct sane- seontlm of its body, to thle constancy and lirrmness
tion givenrto these offences, by rewarding the offender of the Convention, for the delay which had taken
with the first honor utf the nation ? Cu our love and reverence for institutions, which we suf- mlan Johnston,) who was up at 2 in the morningg.
fer to be violated, not only without censure, but with and was then, at 2 p. rn. still engaged in.prepar-
applause ? Will notour affections and our veneration ing the business, General Taylorfirst,follo-ved by
be tranlerred from the despised laws and constitution, the venerable General Bla-kburn, Messrs. Cols-
to the hnoiured tiher who has abused them,-Iomn re. ton and Powel- explained the necessity of giving
"uhlican lsimplicityaud virtue, mo military pomip and further times, till 1 o'clock to-mnorrow, when the
glory? Will you nut, in fine, by such exanrlce, lay oeer ,h d 'i wIho t
tie sure foundation of that moral depravity, and admi- report will be made. Te house as'as asaured
ration of arms, which miit seen edtuee inst t he condi- that every faculty of'i mind and body had been
tion in which Gro.,-- Elr:.a.-lI. I C, -...-unweil-France devoted to the great object of the Convention,
by Bonaparte-r.l i.. w ch ,. aw ill assuredly find viz. tihe cause of civil liberty. They also stated
rome f JlureJar i...1u n,..t l i, .Ji.......-. to accept n t hie th t the most perfect unaninlity prevailed in then
proffered crowned, u,-l r ar't S mii,, ,ry 'i.'spotism oiii the Committee; and that if the same mraganimiity,
ruinsofthelast Republic. : .- and disposition to conciliation, continued to pre-
VWe appeal to the people of Virginia, t.. iaf rcl-i vail, of which there is no'doubt, that tie report
there isin theipreseint party critics, so '.... ,i13 on tin of the Comrnittee would enable the Conventionm
part of the opposition, so Irighlfull C. t.I. i' .ii in t.: ito adjourn to-morrow.
Administration, as to seducethem to the fraternal em- The spectacle presented to tile observer hero,
-brace, or drivethemmunder the p-fr..,-ctin of i-a a m'an ,,,,,a ci ne. It isnmuch to be regretted that
as A-nd. Jnclrsoom? We ask anmi.,, r. i,,in5....,l... y m oh t e rt it,.
snot from their o ended pride, no form thepr.ejudies, every cn zen of the State could not witness it.
which attachment to party. never fails lo beget-but ne ovale hivalric forbearance, courtesy, and tolora-
ask it from their Ipve of country, their love of truli and tion of the pcrtie-teia- --l- i- i-?h ,'tli-'r.s worthy
tileup --- f in k i '..it..r -. deepiand disspassionale con- of tlie r n..l '... nn umi '. ir. inn, ari J if helor best
ir ,fi .i ... i.ac lI .. ofthe questioii,--after a chi- days.' Tt'- l.- la i ....t .:. i .i naniinous
didesliimate of the 'little to be possibly gained by the and .- --I .I ';r:. i.r : i.a ure, which
rejection of Mr. Adams,-the inc-alculable mischiefs Geni l I ,- i -. -m, ,m I h-w rneunaIi
which may probably attend thie success of his rival.- to-day to say, had not-only inspired tIre Convem s
If you indulge the taint one, that, under the adminis- tion with admiration, but with gratitudle.-You
'tration ofGn. Jackien, the re tribute which agriculture see the reunarks of tire Editors of the Enquirer
enterprise, will be someat fighter theanat presen;party onFreatianyd.deraneiforeft tin.sfroewethate
we ask yon, first, whither the hope is nrot groundles-1 p eat and denunciation of ahi ei ae have
& next, whether it is wise to insist on enjoyigetie profits seen so much in some parts of thIe State. The
-ofyour estates to the uttermost farthing of their fancied parties three have tire tolerance which belongs to
value, atthei risk oflhring your free allodi.l lands con- the spirit of republican institutions. It is a con-
verted-into military tenures, or fiefs of the crown ? If test in which each party allows to the other the
y in are fighting, the battles of Gen. Jacli.. 1 i .,.f ;l. right of opinion, and honesty of purpose, in pur-
litical contest, with thevain hope that., ii -v .i4l .--.i suing what is considered most conducive to the
querfronn your adversaries some barren-i ".',"* .1"iI. honour and welfare of the country. In short, I
tutioeal grond,--veasit whether you will wavgesuchla ave seenrno party spirit here. All are Vir-
war with your countrymen, at the hazard of. laying al nias diffein oly on abstract points but all
your'conquesits, and a your former possessroos, the bt. a ll "
otitntion itself, and the freedormer it was intended o one family, arid in pursuitof what is belied
protect, at the feet of a despot ? rhis does not become most for its corommon happiness. May this ex-
the character of Virginians. ample I,'' l't, '''-'. ,. every cornerof the
SIn ihe ancient stet of political parties, when feder- State, and bring us to tile'moment of going to
aliets and republicans contended for ascendacy, there the polls, divested of every thing hike violence
was7 something.in the great questions of foreign pulli- or bad feeling'.
cy,in the tleadinrg principles ofeomnstrieltion applied to The Committee on general business,have held
the constitution, bearing strongly on the essential char- their Sessions in the Senate Chamber, and have
acterofthegoverfinent, and worthy ofa generousstrug- not.lost an :...ir .j,. Wednesdayy Havinugspo-
gle ttween the'statesmen, who oa the one hand, sought ken of the .. ,. .. I will now say, that the
toguard againstadissolstion of th unionby streognh- eih nd i, i i u
ening the federal bond, & on the other, eneavoured to eightand .. ..., have t
aver consolidation, by establishing mure firmly thie only exceeded the expc..li ,.iu f ,1,m, opposite
state authorities. party, but even o' its .., ,, .-m ,.-- Such an
Btit this state ofthings has passed away,anl the feelings assemblage of experien. 1.:, riln, i,1. ,,,J pa-
and doctrines to .which it givel rise, though not entirely triotism, coming from such a di c I -... i i,, in-
forgotten, are almost nunkanosinin the party distinctions clement season; and comprising ,i ., ai m ii',
of the day. Federalists and republicans mingletogether men who can have no personal r,. .. m ..r .:n-,
in the rankesothe opposition-,and together, rally round have not hitherto been. i involved in political
thestandard'of the administration. There will be no or private strifel-wil rypi:in 3s1 .-nee the deep
great principle ofipolitical doctrine to distinguish them, impression which is :, I,- Ii. ,1. *.,gust and so-
unless the opposition, by following too closely the foot- o emm appearance; artf,.) ",,. w hichl it re-
steps of those who trample on the laws and constitutioneves. is a common remark that tse men
itf the country, should give to tie supporters of the ad- are noist iercin psuit cof personthal honors nor of-
msinistration, someclair to be thn etampions of civil -re not lnec.m uut of personal honors nor ni-
rule and constitutional law. Shall our parties be here- ice, nuor emolument--nor even receive pay and
after founded on local interests, and marked by geogra- mileage for their-services. The motive therefore
)hietl boundaries, arrayingthe nomith against the sounthi, is rnot mistaken.
ihecastagainstthe west, losing the generous enthusiasm Whatever may be the ultimate result ofthe
which is always inspired by a contest for principle, for contest, I do not believe there is a nian here, of
honorabledistimction, forpre-eminence in the servi6eof either party, who does riot fell a glow of lofty
oaromnimon coiintry, and acquiring the bitterness of pride, at the independent spirit which has bronughtt
spirit,'acrimiony of feeling, narrow policy and sordid this convention together--and-that its character-.
views, which ever characeterise the contests of men stri- and the occasion have contributed to contradict
I, Ir.-,r...-,n of the eonmon good, but for the common ideir, vhich has been elsewhere in-
whichhusat lead inevitahy to the entire subjugation of ulated, at our beloved old Virginia has de-
thei weaker party,or .aissolution of the un ion' generated. 1 can tell you that at this very imo-
We know vwell iat the people of Virginia will never aent, she is an object of intense interest, to the
ountesnamce nainy such iistition. 'Their generous sa- proudest of tie confederacy;
l ,i t c .,i r : -t. ii a i:i.t nlr- 'i.,,.r iunfornm devo- JA" u Y 12, 1828.
Stin i, eritl i- i j ii ,. the defence Tire Convention- met again to day, at one
il Irn ..-cm, tlri i mV-t,.lIr ,t m -,m aulT., is the sure o'clock. Tie committee on teie solutions and
guarantee that they will not be slow to follow where the proceedings of tie several county meetings
path of-tlutyeasl;--and on that guarantee, we rose ma
with confidence, thatin this hour, of danger, sacrificing o made a report by their chairman, Cipman John-
all minor considerations, they will go forth in their so, Esq containing several resolutions, and an
strength, anid save he temple of liberty from pollution, address to the people of Virginia, which were all
i. Resolved, 'That JOHN QUIJNCY'ADAMS, of adopted unanimously and without debate, rts the
Massachusetts, be recommended to the people of the U. members of this large body of intelligentmien,
States, as a fit person to be supported fur. the .offoa of assembled from every quarter of the state, con-
president. t sisting of about 250 members, had occupied their
2. Resolved, That this convention approve the nom- time in comparing and reconciling such differen-
Sination of RICHARD RUSH, ot the State of Pennsyl- ees of opinion as might have been expected to-
Ivania, for the office of Vice President, made by the con- exist, on several abstract prints ; but all agree-
.vention at Harrisburg, and recommend him to the peo- ing and harmonizing in the one great object of
utle of Virginia, as-a fit person to be supported for that the meeting, to save the country from the fatal
office. precedent of rewarding the many military viola-
:3. Resolved, That the President of this Convention tions of the constitution by General Jackson,
be requested to transmit a copy of the proceedings and by bestowing upon him the first civil office in the
address of this convention, to each of the gentlemen, who nation, or in the world.
have been nominated on the Electoral Ticket and inform The two principal resolutions recommend Joi rn
-them of their several appointments. QuirCv ADAMS, for President, and RICIIAsLD
4. Resolved, That the following persons be appointed Russ, for Vice President. The address, which
a central corresponding committee, with the authority you will receive next week, was by request of the
o10 fill anyvacaecies which may occur, within their own Convention read by Mr. Johnson, in a most irn-
body, ornin the electoral ticket, in favor of the election -roesive manner. I will not attempt to speak of
ofJolhn Q. Adanids as President of the U States, and t but fm its ar ument, style a pr i les, it
Itard u as Viceresden.t,viz: JugeW rmtsarment, stye and principles, it
J- y Cr Tdge John Cealtr, M. cannot fail to stride cep into the mind, and to
i.,Lirt S ranrl, cr. Jn ermK Gen. J. Ji. Harvie, awakentheserioQsreflectionofthewholenation.
M P. i-..r, ..il,.Il. ir. Jun. H. Plessants, Mr. Virginia must pause before she departs from her
C.',il..iC.,ilih., Mr. I'h. r-. Brochkentrough, Mr. E. long established principles.
NY. im'r-r., ;, M. .1. i. E ti.,', Dr. Thoimas Nelson. This imposing scene was closed by a resolution
5. Resolved, that the corresponding committee, offered by a member, reminding the assembly of
which have been appointed by the meetings opposed to lie propriety of imploring a blessing upon their
he election of Gen. Jackson as'Preident of the Uni- lahours from an overruling power-and tle
ted States, in the various counties and corporations:of whole convention arose with a comQmon devotion
this Commonwealth. constitute the corresponding com- to attend a short but truly eloquent and appro-
mitteesof said counties and cporations, with authori- propriate prayer from the Rev. John Kerr, in-
ty to add totheir. numbers and fill any vacancies which ploring the aid of the Almighty in the preserva-
inay occur in such committees. Lion of the great cause of civil, political, and re-
6. Resolved, That the central corresponding commit- ligious liberty. It will not detract from the firm-
beauthorssed.to appoint corresponding cominittees in -ness and manhood of the Convention to say, that
the several counties and corporations which have not ap- this scene elicitend many a tear; but it was the
pointed them5 which cominittes shall have authority to tributo eof enthusiasm and lofty patriotism.
"lerre' mtL -cu1ri"e ',pm.ers as those which have hereto. If tihe people of Virginia, and of thI e Union,
hunre h ,l1,,:ti tum.mmu' ee. t th v would have seen and heard what has been passing
7. KIl nr-ulv r, h it be re'commtendd dto the cruven- here for four days, the effect would, I think, be
tn,-.n.is t each n,,nii,,br, should pay the sum of five dol- decisive of the contest.
lai t Iolmie itri.,i.i i, to bin deposited in the Bank ol
Virginiatoi the credit of thIe chairman of the central The Philadelphia Gazette oflast evening says:
committee, to defray the expenses of printing and cir- ,-, p .. G, e .
culatitig the doceunets directed to be published y the Captain George, ofl the ship Superb, arrived
Convention, ard such other publications as may be hereintliirty-seven days from Lisbon, and states
pnumoe of istrib.uthmnU among th+et ,this toat two days before he sailed, the Faimouth
mionwealth, and all other incidental.charges, packet arrived at Lisbon,bringing London dates
,. Resolved, Thatat least thirty thousard copies of to the 2d of December: The English patipers
'-the proceedingsiand address ofttlni Convention, be prin- t t", ..t "atte. i
Sd ciranled under ihe direction of the e state, that there is a prospect of peace between
Committee, through the several counties and corpora. thie Allied Sovereigns and the Turks. The
'tions f e Contonerno corr ondvth. British troops were to leave Lisbon, and return
mittee be requested to publish, in phamphlet form, as home, in the latter part of December. A mar-
:many copies of the address of the Hon. Henry Clay, riage had taken place betwoon the Princess
with the accompanying documents, as uhey may deem M.. ..r..r..
.expedient, and that they euse lo be published such o- Maria and aPortuguese nobleman. It has given
their documents, as ip their opinion, will sustain thie so great offence to Don Miguel, that thle n-wly
Facts aud principles, set forth in the address of this Con- married couploi to escape his ire, were raking"
:-vention.
li.i ilrei. Tilmat thr Central Committee be re- preparations toenmbark for New'Yorik.""
qu mu--ii n. es t-.',ni i.mIri-ohthe Senate a l Hionuse mT wi : "'> i -" 'i .
of Delegates who have attended uon this Convention Te Wilmington (Del.) Watchian Esys: A
during its session, such compensation as they maydeem letter without date or signature, post marihod
proper to be paid out otlhre find provided by this con- Philadelphia, 1th January, has been received ati
lh'. Resolved, That this Convention entertain feel- the Bank of Wihmigton and Brandywine, en-
ingsofunfeigned gratitude for the facilities oftiered, and closing three hundred dollaher, -..inil .rin./ fumn-
the spirit of accommodations mimnifested, by boub their explanation ordireption, than the following:
"Itosaes of the Virginia Assemny anm their officers to Tbm" i *' i .. ... ''
Ihis invention, in the proseerio of teir utisa, This money belongs to the Bank of Wilirng-
thatit'e President.be requested to tender the thanks of ton and Brandywine, tihe principal and interest
: this Convention to both branehesot the Assembly and in full "
-,L-,:ur rl'imt[., for iheir lh;rdness and liherality. n .
1 Rm .r.lved; Thlat i,, Editors of the-several news- The Secretary of the Navy, accompanied hy
ptlr i.rned in Virginia,be requeted to publish te Colonel Chambers of the Senate, Mgs, liv-
Iroceedges of thile Convention, together with their ad-H ~ "a t
ess to the neOphe of Virginia, in their respective hia- rett, Duwight, Barney of thin House, and other


e.rs.. i n gentlemen, arrived at Baltimore on Monday, andl
S'The address lavingbeen read, wason motion uian- the next morning proceeded in the stearn-boat
'lie question was then taken on the resolutions seria- Unitdd States tthelin-of-battle slip Delaware
tim, and they were unanimously adopted. / Capt. Downes, now lying off Annapolis,.
Mr- White, delegate to Congress from Florida The establishment of the American Watch-
Ihi introdu'edl a motion, directiting-the Corn- man published in Wilmington, Delaware, has
ei mntc of C,.nmnern e tc. m.-iireinto the expedi- passed into the hands of Colonel'Clement, and
Sen'y of -,'i;ang the da. on foreign oranges, triU be conducted as Jackson paper.


MONDAY LVENIN(G-, JAN. 21,. 1828.

The Bill for the suppression of duelling, an
abstract of which is published this afternoon,
may, it is hoped, if passed, 'prove something
like a corrective of the evil. It is high time
that civilization laid an axe to the root of this
barbarous remnant of feudalism. But we agree
with a morning paper, that the seconds are .i..-ii
with too delicately. They are, in.our judgment,
far more criminal, and far more worthy of punish-
nient, than the principals themselves. And why?
Because, in eight cases out of ten, they are the
cause of impediment why personal disputes are
not amiably concluded; because their refusal
to become seconds, would, in itself, put an ob-
stacle in the way of a rencontre; beaausr tIhey
act in cool blood, and are not stimulated by the
blinding sense of fancied or real injuries which
operate upon the combatants; and because they
are not debarred from those efforts at reconcilia-
tion, or.from obtaining those apologetic conces-
sions, which fdalse notions of honour and dis-
honour, and a strong though a wrong fear of
degradation, restrain the duellist from giving.
We believe, therefore, that their punishment, if
punishment is to be enforced, ought to be cer-
tainly not inferior to that of the chief victiminsof
the sacrifice.
Adars and Jackson.-Theso namiesare getting
to have all the force ofcabalisni, and will by and
bye be used, like the .'iahomedali Kerim of the
Bedoweens, as a passing salutation. We are
told a Pcrious anecdote onthe subject. On Sa
turday, a gentleinman n Broadway was accosted
by an eldely stranger, in a lively manner, with
the question : Pray, Sir, can you tell me who
is to be our next President, Mr. Adams or Gen.
J.auksorr?" The gentleman, (who is not much of
a politician, but nevertheless, is rather strongly
tinctured, with Adamis-ism,) replied :-"Truly,,
Sir, I can hardly tell, without borrowing Asmo-
deus' spy-glass." I ask," responded the stran-
ger, because I have been out of the way of
news fora week past, and want to find out how
things are going on. But I guess the General
will give King John a" tug." Thus a couple of
antipodes in opinion, were brought into singular
juxtaposition ; but afterafew words of pleasan-
try on both sides, they arrived at a corner and
took their separate ways. *
The Park.-The daily and almost constant oc-
cupation of this thoroughfare by a multitude of
idlcand unruly boys,bas become matter df serious
complaint. The flying of balls, (perchance of
stones,) and the swinging of bats, in all directions,
with the impudent rcckles.ness by w'iili they
are accompanied, render it almost impossible for
any body to pass without personal injury. Even
Sunday is not exempted from these,boisterous
sports. We should think that the municipality,
who have such doings immediately under their
eye, and who are not a little exposed to the con-
sequences, would hose not ime in applying a suita-
ble check. We have not the slightest disposition
to interfere with the pastimes of lively youno
urchins, especially when just loosed from tihe
tight discipline of the schools. Far from it; we
have too lively a remove braiiccof the keen enjoy-
mrentof those exercises in our own youthful (la :
but we consider the safety and convenience of
wayfarers as of paramount importance.
'Tis but a few days since we noticed a Com-
mon Council-man dodgihg a large ball which
bade fair to carry away his sombrero, wig and all.
He escaped but by a hair's breadth, shaking i
volume of powderupon the gale. A lawyer,
with his briefs and books under his arm, was at
another moment takli in full broad-side. As to
the little old man who passes for superin.tendanlt,
he is unable to do any thibgl with the, saucy
young rogues ; they teaze him out of all mea-
sure. On Saturday he had a hard race with one
of them, but, as might have been expected, .was
distanced. Thisisall wrong.

We understand that thelcoriplaint oFthe Dis-
trict Attorney against Messrs. Eckford, Decatur
and 1MiCoun, foe sending a challenge to a duel,
was dismissed almost unanimously by the Grand
Juty, and that those gentlemen had been dis,
charged from thoir recognizances.
Fires.-A fire broke out about 3 o'clock on
Saturday afternoon, in Bayard st. one door from-
the corner of Orange-st. in a cabinet maker's
shop, which, with three other frame buildings,
were nearly destroyed; They were rua-,t.,:;.A
64, 66, 68, and 70.
On Saturday night, about one o'clock, the
steam saw mill at the corner of Washington and
Laight streets, owned, we understand,by Henry
I. Wvckoff, Etq. was destroyed by fire, together
with a quantity of mahogany lumber.
'The ship Columbia, was got off shore on Sa-
turday evening, and was towed within tihe Hook
by asteam boat, where she anchored. The ship
is but little injured-a quantity of iron remains
on-board-tihe residue rof her cartro has been
brought up in lighters, very little of'it damaged.
TIhe boot and shoe store of Buno & Kimball
was entered on Friday night, and several shelves
cleared. One of the-gang has been taken, and
part if iuw property recovered.
Colombia.-A liter from Maraaiibo to a gen-
tleinan in Norfolk, dated thIe 8th Dec. last, says-
"There has been but four arrivals from the
United States for the last five months. Of five
vessels lying in port, two have been condemned
and sold, one 1f them, a Danish brig, for the val-
ue of 5 rs, equal to 62 conts, worth -of tobacco,
that was found on board-and very little more
than tils was found on board the other, ant
American schlir. tlie Captain and Mate of which
were sentenced to six years close imprisonment
and'only avoid it by making their escape, though
surrounded by guards.
A Dutch Captain drowned himselflast night
to avoid a similar punishment, his schr. having
booeen condemned sone timesince. These severe
ierasures against contraband are.tie least of the
evils of 'Bolivar's Commercial System :-His Al-'
eavala duly and high import duties (the fornier
hes beni done away with) were the great impe-
dimnoits to commeree:-Business is such, that
Mr. ---, contemplates not taking outa patent
of industry, (or license) the ner.t term. These
itutents havo been increased from 1 ii 1000
C lion usclh a tax."
Extrtet of a letter to thie Editors of the Balti-
Smore American, dated
"KEY WEST, Dec.26,1827.
"We have in port the brig Enterp ise, Hitch-
cock, for New-York in a day or two ; thie brig
Rotiinnanlr, Bagley, from Mobile, for Mobile in a
foiw days ; Reuben Ross, waiting orders from


Htavana, were iher supercargo lihas gone; sloop
Vietress, of New-Haven, bound to New-Orleans,
arrived yesterday. Capt. Hopner, of the Mexi-
can schooner of war Moiestador, from a cruise
on the coast of Spain, sailed from there on the
24th for Vera Cruz, with her prize, a felucca fill-
ed with Spanish oil and olives. Two more prizes
are daily expected for orders, will touch here ind
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binrffnes -'-.7 ganLC411y, pay a20 per cent. ad-val. g'e Io a(l tli crdtr-u -"F" 49, SaIiU!Ut
goa cen for allthe re iturs (A
hsapp '.ne"s n Furniture, looking glasses, coaches gigs and Kingston, in the county of Ulsh n iasolvent
.We m-:.'. Ulei, therefore, by .pronouncing, that their harness, saddles and horse furniture, ready debtor, to shoiew causoif any thy4hav before
in no posturn.efcireurmstances are wo exempted made clothes, shoes, boots, &c. liquors, brandy, Ithe said judge, at his office, irq thl' sillao rsf
from the necessity of -obeying thu counsels of a'ue, vinegar, beef, cider and tobacco, 3 per Kingston, in said conily. on thet-ronrnth day of'
yclentslsof ad val. February next, nn4 tenmo'cloheliiitinteniUri-.'etloo iof
prudence; and that he who is reckless of their Wlht whep it does not exceed $6 wvill pay that da ,is' an simoneo dn o
value, is the vital enemy of Iis own essential $4; not exceeding ,$7vill pay $3; and exceed- eont's estate should no? be niadoe, aind] i s ov-
good. ing $7 will pay $2 per fanego, duty. Flour, $3 exempted from impri sonment, pursuit to tpsn
per quintal. Salt, 4-rials per fanegma. Hats of act, entitled:" An actito abolin imstiuait at
ac abolish impr~on'icmmepm~thj -
-The value'of floui imported into Boston frrno wool, fur or silk, $3 each. In addition to the iebt in certain cases," passeAl AIril 7,1819.
New-York, and the Southern States, in 1827, above duties each package of ordinary size will Dated, January 2d, 1828
asLded ii..i.,i:- dolleharn ; ,v on rial stora e. v y t-'S'
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/ THE LAY PREACIJIt'. [Fu cur o- cora sPos -rs.r ] :rOtc i c.a t DU'1iEi ,-A1U. thoprodctions--o't
Pridsence.-.Moral precepts may occasionalh" office of trte fBLaLTIRoREa Auacnx-, this province, and of thre interior, %hIch are no'.
January 19, 18 precepts my occsiol e 'hereafter expressed, will pay 4 per .cent. ad ak'"
be introduced into the newspapers with proprie-January 1 1 Hides of bulls, oxuen aid cows pays one riat
t', (especially on Saturdays,) and we therefore -uenos .q`,res.-We have received a lett eilch.--ides of horses and mules ialf a niat
at c re t sy it i i i c 1onl rBuenos Avres under date of l.l October. eIch. Gold and silver, pay one perl cent. Jerk
at one' proceed to say, that it is melancholy which says:-'Thie public funds haveo fallen to beef which is exported in iatiporal vesselsJgrain,
to observe in how many instances of human 48 a 50, in consequence of the Governirieil biscuit,floiur, wool and skins of sbheep,all tanner
conducttlie dictates of that-homely virtue Pau- having created a new fund of three uiillion," leather, works of arn and manuf4cturer;a pf thq,
dollars, which wis taken up at '5`2 per 100. A, country, are free.
DENCe are overlooked. Th;s arises sometimes present there is not theimost distant prepect 0: Goods transferred from one vessel to another,
from igmrai e ot wlit those dictates prescribe; peace with Brazil. We have a report thal tiGu- n oe fiit ofl a' .1. i Ii 'I, i .,i.i pay
r, .'m .r e .-,t -,i.i eithberto the wait of being ral T.i,'r lltbh has.declared b.i i l -lip.n t l i landed. Gc '. .. ad
i. n.. n ,,, i.. waysof mne ," or to a dull- I ,, .. i v.scase, itis:.. ... .'. alorem. To ... ,. ..rio vessel(q
-- may lI, the consequence. Uur markets has con- arunother.i5 a2 y 5 vsare rilluwed,1 t re-ship gpods%
ness incapable of profiting by the. lessons of ex- tinued to rise gradually as also have doubloons. 6 mnoi;ths; horth count'd frou ltie. lay e0 1hiic
perience: OrQ, itarises'from ae inrg-enruousu'less of which at one time wer at -$74 a 161-they arei te vessel that hrre rlit the nbgods arrived. '
heart which, never prone to injustice itself, is ov t 6 a 78, eacli. Flour, .' a 55 p [~ N o/e.-Tlie uncurrent money, of lfo.n:,
ever backward to suspect injustice in others; or, b. Doiestics, 3 inces, 1 i lper pird Ayres is 17 dlls. to thure djbloon and ru Rlt t
..' I,.... ......;G n,$1600per tin. dollanr.---Thc e isada orf sailt hides, i ;l It.&.
lastly, it is attributable wholly neither to the one i cases, 35a 40, each ; I .,'. ', pper th lat r h- of Lr' s '.he rr f lbi'.
nor the other, but to a high flown conermpt of Finrnitrre is extraordinary high; tihe most corn- lie quintal of 4 arrobes is equal to ir J Itr-.
prudence, (principally in very volatile people) as chairs sell for 100 e qare. li e 108 cm-is equal to 100yar
Pruden, .F(princpal volatl ey tnbe trdn. re hlurber, $41 0 a 5;U0 tpeie -1 3ttl'sfren-h.
a qualify too gravefor consideration. We have u1o0 fet." e r
heard, for example, some very ingenious persons From our Euenos Ayres papers to tile 16th -..'. '.. -Tihe following is the substance of
contend, for arn hour together, that to be prinldent Octobr, we glean the ibllowing items:- I,.. t. I r. y .1 ip the House of Assembly by-MNl.
.The Provinces o( Cordova anid Buenos Ayre& Ediyartown on the-.!6h inst.-to-pirvent v t qil l .if
wasboneath the care and study of a man ofspi- hbe i r ote itso ( toreav id ,a Ayr' t town n is this. inst. trvet
rit; and that it was a tak belonging alone to war against Brazil. It was agreed 1', -.', pro- See-1. Provides that where a duel shall be.
such hum-drum characters as were no higher vince should aplpoint Deputies to a general con- fought and either party be killed, or where a
than the level of hbeasts of burden.. vention winch was to have assenmbed onl the first iwouud shall be given of which tihe person shall
But, it is to berearked in answer to all s of November last. Cordova was to furnish a ;dit within tree months thiereaoterz the party
But, it is to be remarked in answer to all such regiment of 600C effective men, and to have-the shall lre adjudged guilty-of murder, ,
objections, and in reference to the subject gener- appointment of all. the officers intended to cbri- Sec. 2. Provides that any person who shall
ally, that prudenceis that duty which every one unand it ; but tie government of Buenos Ayre. be guilty of giving or accepting a challenge to
owes peculiarly tohimsel thatit is notlie a- is to furnsh means for its expenses. Cordova. fight a duel, on conviction shall be adjudged guii-.
Sowes peculiar to hi however ofVers to lend other assistance for the ty of high misdemeanor, and bh sentcnteed to con,
rity and justice, a virtue due to our neighbour or rnaintenamice of the war. finiement in the state prison for a. 1.. nr.t tq
toi -i. 1.i-1.1. iii. r, its operations a re purely ernm c Beross ..res, Gnacert.rcantil of Oc- exceed 14 years.
retrospective; that in refusing to listen to its lober 1 1- Se. 3.' Provides that wktenever any persaqo
voice we affect iot others but ourselves ; and Our acenonts f-ons Montavimieo are to tlihe hll kr o v thebearofany
that,finally,it will vindicate itself frno our ne- inst We lear thao the9tof Spt to be alle to fight de
at Brown prnesentenUUselfin'thast _ort, in tile portions to hs a chrla lento e"to fight a lurie],natclA
glect, sooner pr later, by retribution upon our schr. Sarandi, under American colours, and an- so s. l be liable to a finea mpsonm t,
interests, our feelings or our permanent welfare, c;..,-.i ,.. i i .;. j ? ..corvette Boston, st"d a disquatificaLiont for any ohce weitlin thief
it is true, that in the thousand casualties b'of life, U1 ,' I *'..: n r .... -.. of asking advice, stat and to find security for ins ind behavit
all te prude. iagirablo may be rede d As soon as hIe returned to hisown vessel he rais- For five yers, mad il dafilt ci paying tIli,
all the prudent imaginable may obe renderd d n, w t' i, and prisoneinstantly d thebrr a .o.r.. the country gpa
i... liii; .. a preventive of evil; but it is pr- Ninliiof Aug-lst umadetowardshini, a; d arm ic- inot to exceed two as. .
dence,nevertheless,whlich determines the chances tion ensued whichh lasted twio hourrs. At this Sec. 4. Aut.orizi' teo. governor, to adopt
vastly against the effect of those casualties' and period four schooners,viz: -the Balcarce, Eighth nlasnres to apprehend alt persons.avlho sliall vioe-
cos of rF ebr nary, Maidonado, and Ninthi of Februa- lte act lee o t risd on oti
consolesus even when they occur with the, rycame up and a nw action commenced be- state, to e brought to trial in the ..,,. .h.
m..-,,', i. that welemveu not hben our own worst tween them, and tilo enemy's frigates Piranga the offencesliallbe coinnnitted.
enemies, a d is hl i. .1 ..It.m,.m .... .. .. ,..- vessels, See. 5. Authorizes and requires tbiChancel-,
wh chm coon ltlin. I,. ..o lor, judges o thie sUi"reme court, circit courts,
Let us choose a few illustrations of the injury time the frigates and other vessels remained at county courts, and all justices of tih pace, Mniy-.
to be occasioned by a disregard of this virtue, anchor in the bay, and our vessels set sail. The ors, recorders and alderinen of cities, wherc 'tey
First, as to our interests. From too great a love Sarapndi approached so near the -land that she shall know or have cause to suspect any persons
of pastime,from indolence, or some other equally was fied'upon rom the frtsar16 1827 e abot toviolate tapphe roisior oxanthis ta
,lhmxos AYrEs, October 16, 1827. cause them to-be apprehended for examnirtiane
bad cause, we omit to take a needful step for Public Funds.-Six per cent stock, S48 per ai to discharge or bind them over to stand trial,
avoiding the loss of a debt, or perhaps an estate, cent; Flour per cent, stock, proportionably; Sec. 6. Points out the duty of district llttor-
and in consequence are deprived of its use for- Bank Stc'k, par ; Exchanae, oIL England, 12d ; ney's under this act.
an in consequence e deprive use united States, 300 percentn; on Montevideo, --'e-- .. ,,,..
ever; or, we are careless of a sum of money in 270,275 per cent. Specie, *Doubloons, $68 a 70 ; 'l lin ": .'
our possession, and it is stolen or mislaid ; or, Spanish Dollars, 290 per cen, ut. WT '1" 1 -. '- R. Mr. Patted,
from aiant of reasonable caution, our dwelling BuINos Avss, 10,October, 1827. (inl.. -i '...1. ,. I t'' .nmt. L.I to Mis.
takes Aire and every thing is destroyed but our Wehaveeen informed by getlemanfiom Sara. In ..ov nin f this ity. ,
hives, n-hhnh are saved with difficulty : three, and thier3nIe Orrcnrtai, thrt thl e rneurno's forces had Wedneedgy oqenirg, by tre hg. Mr. Con
lives, whih re saved with diculty : these, andmade a sally from Colonia, and wer beaten by r. Honey p.. Wardell, of Bostorq,io ?M;-, CIhr-,
a thousand other cases that might be enumnera' Colonel Suares and his riincent. He brings lotte Sophia, daughter of .1. Doldge, *r Ih.-..uv.
ted, end'in tihe ruin of one's fortune, while but a derpatches for the Minister of -War and Marine, At Woodbridge, N. J. 16th instC Mr Jared -H.
very A.m ,; .. -,,J to that slighted dame Pru- which state that the army consists of 4500 men, Woodhull, attorney at law, of this city, to lttiss
veryand are to be soon'joined by General Lavelleja, Maay,daughter of.l. Barron Esq.of Woobridge.
dence would have prevented the injurious visit, ith 7000 troops; and that the whole are pre- DIED
tion. Secondly, 4n to our health. A younr la- paring to march to Cerro Largo. Sunday-afternoon, after a lingering illness,
dy goes to.a ball on a wet evening in prunella, Three deserters from tine Brazilian.service had Captain Timothy Barnard,*aged 43 years.
cambric, and gau'ea; and a young gentleman been presented by the r ..r..-. .m1 of Buenos .Saturday eveninlr, Mrs. Ann T. PihtaMd,
..u.. u c" ~" Ayres with one hundred I ,. i daii'hter of Mr. -S.",,l.-m 1 44 years.
hies to the same place sans cloak and over-shoes. C ommuniaed f irhe meric an. At Alle wn, N. n in
Communa l.d for The qmerican. AtAllentown, X. J. !',li, ,I.:..,,,Aurr, ii.T,
Both dauce until oppressed with heat, and when PRICES CURRENT, the IIon. George Holpombe,. a :-..n r,.r.er ni the
thie hour arrivpfor :L5 ii;,. they hastefi home Compiled by the Commission ofthli C'..,. n .:-.'. HousaeofRepresentative's,for Nw- ersy, to thq
without rest ot. precaution,'and are next morn- Conmerce. Congress of tihe United States.
t it r 1 o nc a a BUENOS A'REs, Sept. 7,1827. At leron o e fu-.i .. ,.1 iI minmst. at the
ing speechless with influenza. Thus is a con Spanish ray, 24 aaC5 deg, pr. pipe, u,:. i m. It, 'i n,,..1 ..h.it, t) ,sh
-' ...r, |,r,-..il.., .. ri|l.:.J on the constitution, a 1200, scarce ; French C C -. deg. ." ..." L.. i.. i, -t --a1,. L:r n ri.
and in a fair way of flourishing. Again, a pa-.t a 1050, do ; Brazil Rumn, deg. do i. .' I 'i- "m i i a-..A'tin.-m.
seng-er in our streets, in too great a hurry lto 1. 00 d-va-na, d dog do 100 i .- ,,- "
isuin- i-ok n or ,, o ; Oil, to eat, in pipoe, arrobe, 10 a 1a ; l J.t. m ,
cross, is run over and has his leg broken; or, un- in jars, pr.'do 5 4 r. a 6; dodoFrench,in, ot -' f Ap ,ttel n t
willing to deviate :r.-m., ., ,; i,.., ,:-.- un- ties, none; do Linseed, 5 gal. 30 a 35, scarce ., v t;- of A soat th
de ir1, J .1 i killed, or wounded at least, S vi Oie iv be, L t. 6 i' lone ;' n- .. t
-by a r ,jl,,, .nk or brick-bat. Ada 12, do; White Havana Sugar, do 24- nd 26 cormiunce o to i,' i *.. ,..O,. is,
people, too, sonmetimesde certain things ra which brown, do do do 20 a 22; white Brazil, do do 2 n "as d h .. "-".gnd q
there as not ~haleast temptation, except the very a 24; brown; do do do aS0;Quicksilver..1 t designed this blff for a large and u,
danger to life or limb that attends them ; and 50 a 70, nio ; Coco, Guayaqoil, do 35 ", avin perperulicular!one whaof mor tha
C...':-..,,iH 111 a 65,second quality ; Storne Coa, .d.,.t' .n alru oiog tbar: -
they re pushed for their temerity by losing one none; Cinnamo, lb. 4 a 4 4 rs. scarce; Sweet alf a i mile in length, and from tirtyto six
6r the other. There are a hundred ways in Meals, do 4 rs.; White Wax, do 1 6 a 24 ; Ale, yards anidth;etshe litgit ,ralenging from t ,it
which health, and even life, are jeoparded by "hot. dozen, 10 ~ 12, d is scarce ,m gradual rises about one hundreds feet 'f e
the want ofiemore taste of prudene. Thirdly Cigars, thous 2100, do do ; assert any places, t a .- mui.fl I -mlo
ast r .dy bars, qtl. 18a 20, noneu; doeinrsneets,do 48,vrry '" laget.d'in a, hers,.,,.. -
as to reputaion. We.all know how the world scarce; Tin, do 22a 24,none ; Iron inbers, do ably calculated for a large
is given to censoriousness and nmincoustruction. 20 a 40, scarce ; do in sheets, do 20a 3.t0,rlo ado ese vantages, thin -it I i.,-y
q s in h.o ."s, do 16 a 18, do; Holland Gins, 20 it eigt good spuinims; a-nr 0m rits elevated satu,
In consequetice of this disposition, it requires pe, a 100 d i cases, r. do action and remoteness firoswa mps; cninot fli
almost as much circumspection to pass through 20 do; Chiili Peas, ar. 3 a 4 do ; Spanish, doo to be ealn. This siltuatiqn is also command,
one's allotted portion of existence without stain, 2 4 rs. a 3 ; N. Amer. Flour, bi. 48 a 5-2; Pack ng from the consideration', d tat tmust be tn
as. to walk u2on ice with a, glass of precious hli- Thread, lb. 1 a 1 f2rs.; Plate Tin box, Gtta 70 ; de etf o tenO tton and t oarpr oi lth riva.annu,
quor in the hand; or, to adopt the laiguae of SpanishSop, a. 6 a 6 s; el do. N. An th latter being navig' le by stin-boats for
-he .. 0doS ma scarce; Canvas, ps. 1-0 160, several hunred miles, nd settled mostly by
the poet, iis as perilous- scarce; Brass, lb. 6rs; Wood, pine, tprIn ""im several hund tens ,, tni pled mostly byh
SAs to oer-walk a currentroring lond, 300-a 400; do oak do 360 a 450; Bra, Tim, r fr t fprtl nd extensive bottoms f thi
On the utastadfast footing of a spear." beans, pr ado3n6 a 1. -.: i : White Spanish Pa- .. I,. ', reap a Ich reward for their lab,
'. u mul'per nfloretta, read, .,, ., 1 ddo; do rdodoomed. ," 1 ., 'r ,a'a einhew ,.-,rn its -.tig -
.:.'in.,,J ., .ur -.: r, tl.,,. adequate to floretta, do l8a 20 do Genoa do floretta.do d. ,i".i' ., als6 desirabliefroin its cpnit
Ho, r-,.J cq.,..voal a[, .-... m-..., situations or 20 a 21 do; Brown. Paper, do 8a100; Malaa o.t ech. s-" moments, o adeden' .nd JunA -
:-.... ,h,, ,, a .:,,d.:. riclater is like- Itaisit s none; Pepper,l b.3 a4; Lead, in bars ,, -'..m lorida, anr d D n ate r in Gergity 1
.t ,m r 'rm ,, 'l, n ,. i ir of one's ume- qt. 45 at 0, none ; do inh bal, do 16 a 18-, Table- m iL0 '.I11 i tne anter every facility of trad
i,- l..,.:r... rr.i,.-, ipr ofo's "-Silt, per fiaega, 14ao ; Blaci- Brazil Tobacco, and transportation. V.- .I J. :, nine m fee
t'. m u- rJ ..I, ..'r; matiA ,.iur : 'susceptible of ar. 45.a GO; second qmilit-, n-n : ViriiniaLeaf water can come "p i. rh:- m .mrmt ii h ; di-.
rim .. r m i a n in d 0 a a r ~ r o a n r e c e i v e I, m m m i ,5~- m~in t ? zlm
',n i, .,,,ta.,on, ought to be cautiously I .. tl"8 a 100 non 6 I .. sae nd a va _'-" 1
d againsts Levities min conduct, harmless. in qt. 5 4 aml ; White Lead, ar 4;Sperm Car-' southern country, So many advantqgescento,
I",. ', -in, lights air,(especially ifthey dles, l. 1 ( rs.na 2, scarce; Red Catalonia Wine, ng thin, one spot, nust render 1.,: u" n
should be .-.ii- ....1 coloured by a secret enemy,) pipe,500 a 550, first quality, scarce; Bordeaux, o hts als desirable to al l. .n.-re -,
ar.. -uinl.,-.iIn some winds for building a super- do hf. cask, no.edo d 3n doinot. doo a; ya so to the nt isin
Set .factor.
.,' .... .. :, r. v Sweet Malaga, dn pipe, 300a 350; Dry dodo do acp l." .. ,
structure of distrust and dishonour. 'They ao- noc Herbia, Paraapipe, ar. i0 a 40" Drdo Rio A good road will in i fev d-a t,- nit from
Herb., cr;,o u n t0o n40rdoavirto,;i
ford grotndwhereon calumnymay successfully Grande, do. 16 a 18; Viegar, Yerna, 190 a 200. u'n cyt "' crssig the r ma 'ici,
"saysucgsaf7hl ine toeo tilc h- 't1 ,-.ott+onients, !, Ii u. llshort
work. The poet says-" be thbn as chaste as. s P irdmetns uf the Pr ces.-Salt ldes, pe- en the distance consierably to Weblitle, a
ice, as pureoas snow, thou slialt not 'scape ca- sadI, $8 a9;. d-y B3ull's Hides, do. 106 crs. I. I;do. f ill be establishedin a sqrt ile.,,o
.'"ixod h]n'lf ull's lhalfCow-s do. 10 t a ,' f-n1y avIll c estabhisned in a sluert iin ie, efW iihs
lumny;" and if this be the probable fite even of do. Cow's alone, do. 9 4 a 10, do ; ..,, I ,-' the public shill be duly notiied,
the highest virtue, the necessity of giving it no within wool,dozen, 2; Nutria, do. do.'7 4,-in ldts- About tile f.tleenth fNovemher tIhe subscrti-
ers wil receive at Asprlaga, large eon c.aterl-
aim andno countenanee by indiscr-et actions is Chinchl iao. do. 14alS; Viunado. each, 16 s or ;,
u 24; Jp- lcef, quitiuh, 6, 4 a 8; Long Ha, Cit- tm v assoral- uet orgoohs, cailcnlatotl for a wIcitla-
at once apparent. The counselsofprudence vill robe,7 a 8; Short do.do. 44 a ; Country Flour,sale and retail tde, from which time it will h"e
here, as before, li eminently beneficial; and quini, 21 a 2; Wool, arroe 1 2 a 1 4; do. o e nt residence. Until thn, per
then- i icuna, nound, 5aC frs, nom e; Corn,tfne.ga,14a avii*in t .uy hots ca nrve t .em on t.. c.r.,rLhi
... ". -"happy Slander, 16 ; Ostrich Feathers, black, large. pound, 7 a 8 terms by maklmig aliTheatmion tq them Ta TJ.I.
Whose whispero'er the world's diameter rs;,do, do. White, do.do. I 4 a 2 OsnrichFeath- hqssee. I. & M. A. AMlISTEAD.
As level as the cannon to his blank, ors, short, white, do.3 a 4; Pategonii Saltfhne- Si, o'pt 29th,1_7. -..,
Transports his poisoned shot, may miss our a, 16a 18, noue; Tallow, arroe,5 a 45; or- Ti outiers ege~
T nme o entes Tobaeco, do, 25 a 30; l5aragua, do. do. Cnunreichal i-, ..i.',:,.l. -,,i..., amnd Nu-'Xyorli
And hittheisu's-"ul-- ... none; Wheat, superior, ftmncgi'20 a 22;' Men- Sratet-nur m!i.n.-,:,i tine ahove oneouwdef?
Thereismfourth species of imprudence w Ichleh rrobe, 1 a ;ll Hra cfi Parauado,.0 o mernt.
hurts otler aswellas ourselves; tIe fornier pn- a 55. jan l-Iawlmde
marily, and ourselves consequentially. To this Public Funds-Six per Cent, Stock, GO60 per i-nV- YOR G.R- O .
head may be referred such absurd sports as aiml- hudeed; -4 perCont.inm proportion; BankStock, SUofN'f YoR- GE Alba'ny SO Dc4 18'C S.
ing a gun or pistol, supposed to be unloaded, at peie.-Spanish Dollars, 300 per- ct.; South tie isl ercby given, tbat ou Thursay, thie tl.l'
a friend, for. the purpose of ruffling his nerves- Amnenrican,2h90 per ct.; Halves, Quarters,Eiglhths, eimt oay at J5y exa t ol", i n 'ie tI.C
or holding a child forth from a window tb make &c. 90 er ct.; Doublros, 6 m a 70. o at ts ie, ommn tre a
it scream .. lih ht; wh.ch eventuate, not un- Janeir 110 rsa.; Fance comimes;' Gibral the land colprised i the villag',plot,"f rnu.l
frequently, in death, and leave the sharp.sting of tar, none; United States, 100 pet cent., none; ( C ..steton, amoreg wh'ici is mu vtltha ll -tl qn
self-reproaech behind them. iMonte Video, 17h pirer u 1rnie. no.n a tie Oirda reel, irnmnme lately below time b'rigq
It'IPOIIT DUTIES-All articles not |iereaf- awhmere.the emsncatuirnpih.reotd crosses it. Thr
And it is to be remarked, that the neglect of tor expressed, pay 15 per cent. ad valoremni minimum. rices will be aecording.to yalntf,. i.
prudential regards in all or any of the partica- Quicksilv-er, mnachines, instrmunents ofaericul- .'lto c.. ... .. na 1 t1
lar-s specified, is not alone grievous in the first ture, scieees and arts, books, \engravhspaint- partote cousiTde r ti h, at e Qurth
consciousness of pain; it gives birth to a train of fabrics, stationes il, i embroiderysons, with golan d and sil- foty teighlt hours, and the remaineider hr
consequent which have an overbearing influ- ver, watched, jewels of., ,, m,, silver, coal,salt- e., .n .tahrnens, si.th interests, ho anuslri
ence on ouinfature condition. 'The loss of for- petre, whliing, lime, ..'. ,,- building, bridc i tir tE x p.r, c pr ann u .
tune, of hIalth, of roputation-and this by the iv, ruses and res, pay 5 per cen. ad va l. -
most trivial ?omissions .of precaution-may not Arms. lints, powder, tar, pitch, rawr aornanu- Y) F order of the hon. Lucas Elnnorf rs
be retrieved in thIe course ofa long life, and may fa'ctured silk, and rice, pay 10 per cent, ad val. i Judge of thIe Court of Como, P.leas -
irrecoverablr i empoison all the springs of our a herba, cofee, tea. cocoa and provisions and for the cot of Ulster, notes a hreb


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;I mile,obsttffcteel by a bed oftrotten lime ston ei venerable Hebrewf named iXathaniel; n Is- He is to reside in the city of New-York,hold h is
(From the Petersburg:- Old Dominion, Jan. 27.] where thre is ly fom three to our feet water; whom thereisly fronthreeto is no guile." If the ene- office by the same tenure, be subject to like disa-
which can be removed at very littleexpense, an d bihties, and to receive the same salary as the
TO THE ADVENTURER. I at whih, place Magnolia is situat.d.where there ralbe nothimself startled at this friendly ars- Chancellor. .His jurisdiction, except in appeals
S At all timnes,'and in all .ages, it has been the isfrom 6to7,feet.water; continuing to Fort-St. formation, we think he must be se of hose, from. Surrogates or Circuit Judges, to be the
fispasition of man, while a sojourner in this Marks, eight miles, where there is from 7 to 8 who, hlke the Prince of Bavaria, bears perry same as that of the Chancellor, by whom how-
world, to accumulate wealhb. As an evidence feet; and from St. Marks to the Spanish Hole, talesand smiles not." Next, M r. I m i the ever his decrees may be altered or reversed, onwe
of this, you may not only turt your attention to r Devil's Elbow, a distance of five miles,: into. appeals. He is to sit with the Chancellor ,whena
this busy coiYmiunity, bui to your dece'at.JI ill- I he Oaklockney bay, which is a good harbor, last election of the Presidency a public auction- reqtiuested, and to give his opinion; to hold four
ers, whose-lies have been diligently crtga,:.3 whsIee vessels drawing10o'feet water can anchor; something, we suppose, like our friend fHenry's, stated terms, and more, if necessary, in the city
,u pursuit of the same. Your necessities and discharge,and receive cargoes, to and from ligh- in Broadway, where the ladiespurchase looking- of New-York.
wants are such, that they :...i i, n...t 0 .nly all ters, which are' always stunning from Rock Ha- netian blinds ad musical watches.
your vigilance and exertioni...uil- Il..,ur .... ..-.. van to the Spanish Hole, though it is expected .s, venetian nds and musical waces. ANNUAL CENSUS
miical calculations to obtain t.hr i i|..m.i,..-, that in a short time steamboats will ply between' tFile auctioneer is a Ju.J ia ds,:rt.) Im Mr. Of the Hmane and Criminal Institutions in
which calculated to nimake j...,,. .'h-,..a ad .- Ihe two places, to receive and disclhareocargoes, Henry in this respect, curt.ihilvy.i..id Ie iniagi- e
end in age, happy, but cable you to bestow on whichwill greatly facilitate, the trade,and rcn- nation, at once traces all th-t .Il ,t.... f -1i,.. the city of New-York, with their increase or de-
.your oflipring, advantages, which will not only der Magnolia, itbheing at intermediate place, of worst extreme of iniluiltv plimo hisvisace. Na- crease during the past year. By the attending
tender tlhain worthy associates for society, but no importance. The produce of t e country w t Minister John Stanford A. M. Jan 1 188.
prepare and make them fit pilots to guide and will, in a few years, be of the heaviest nature, thaniel, it seems, is present at this public sale; i .
direct those, who have not had the advantage such as sugarI, rumn, molasses and cotton; and and while Judas, the auctioneer, is crying Orun.x AsYLv. .
and of which some uncontrolable circumstance not being dependent either on the West Indies or "'Going, going-last cal"-onir Israelite, albeit Boys : : : : 104
Ir I l l "t 1. ... ^ \ ,1 l 1 ti, ugl~-- last, etll. -- otlr JIsiaeJLCt, ttldL ,." o ,
nLyhflave deprived them. It is probable, that New-Orleans for any of these articles, will re- ta ., Girls : : : : : 58-,162 incr. 2
many of yoirnj oung acquaintances, and I nay quire.large vessels to ship in, which can only id to a tad clas of PePo", tr h' CrTY HosrITAL.
add, many of a more advanced age, at this t:me, come up) as far as the Spanish Hole, which when back, refuses to bid, and permits the airicle to Patients : : : : 187
occupy ordinary stations in life, who are receiv- discharged into lighters, will naturalhy continue be knocked 'down to somebody elso. Lunatics : : : : 87-274 dec. 43
ing barely wages or income 'sufficient to enable up to tIe head of navigation. Besides, the pro- Our ideas relative to the manner inu which the CITh AL IS HocsE.
Sthemtolive, and to squarethe yardsat theyear's duce of this country must go toNew-York for a hite an : : : 478
end, who might,were they to examine and look market, a distance of 2200 .miles, which will, of last election was settled have heretofore been in- White Women : : : 45:f
S.ut for themselhres, find a country, in which not itself, throw oiut of the trade all small vessels. .dicated, and have undergone no ehaug'e; but we White Boys : : : d,.9
onl theiriueomesmight be enlarged, but their they rnot being able to carry freight as low as thc cannot do otherwise than smile at the ludicrous Wlite Girls : : : 201
., hfppin.ss encteased. 'larger sze vessels. .t C'itisen af Petersburg. Black Men : : : : 19
"There aragreat manysmall plantera in this larger size ves Addvrtisement u.nner in which the whole affair has been epito- lac Won : : 42
. and oatherstates, who work from fivetoten hands, O i.ai>-.5-~ nized by the honourable represesentative from lllack Boys : :' : : 27
who can barely, from their income, give an ordi- t' t.yr'l" Pennsylvania. : Black Girls : : : 10-1G65 inc. 19S
nary support to temlves and fanlie nor arc t ... As a set-offgto there effusions, the Jacksonians ln pt oBr-.LLEv'i Hosprr.L.U
....y qnabld togive their children that educa- t J 0 ...... Men Patients : : : 110
tionwivch God 'and mian require at their hands; Common Council.-The reader will have noti- refer to Ithe Ebony and Topaz fable of his Excel Women Patients : : : 49 f
who are busily and. industriously employed in ced in the proceedings of the Common Council, lency the President; and it must be confessed Men Maniacs : : 41
l Zi ",._;,, >ring and working poor lands, published veslrd-y, the revival of the proposi- that itis a fair balance of the account. Women Maniacs : : : 43-243 inc. 11
t ...-s finamlydetroys thend lent i tionn for J ,.t,, th! body into two separate One other toast from Mr.1lumilton deserves BoOUs. : : O :lU-.
thenm e? i.:.tlnlv poor, but dependent on re- chambers. This, subject has frequently bmen -rebuke for its temper and purpose. It is as fol- Girls : : : : : 36-'163 inc. 5
fatlons, w'iihoul .... cent which they can call agitated, rid public opinion seems long to have lows : DI os : DBTORs' ParIson.
their own, oreven an occupation by which they been settled Aorteange;u rsome By the Ion. r. amilt. M., .. r country I confinem'nt,iclud.Liberties340-dec. 50
e t ia m g a i r a a lh v n g. P l a n t e r s t h u s si t u a t e d b y -.r e i t t.. .. e w e 'IB i tR )n VL L .
-ca n ntoln it ric reason,. not very satisfactory, the plan has not bavepasetoits"t.... b WhiteMen
rerdbviro to Fl~rida,eantolyotit'h : at mn wpas s d o iscrdt.t a- ..:.. ewe Whtie : :'68 .
lands to.work, that have a soil from one to three hitherto been carried into offiect. The present that man who nas ca. .... ,. i,. ,,., ,,. ie Womn : : :
.... :..; .. .' ,him whor i! only able to spit iris co'norael 1 eW t oe :,: :16b
feetdeep,,tiid ,ivlch can now be had at from five occasion affords a suitable opportunity for.re-'I d ea ospao"v.mothe Black Men : : 30:
to seven dollars the acre, and a less soi, which i grave of a dead onev Black Women : : : 8-121nc. 13
super or l, our.,.it frotn. l25 to $5,but will be 1 r Expressions of this kind are of too fierce a PIrrTEXTIARY.
enabled to ,ah .300 andmore to every hand is recommended, and forgiving them direction received iti in n Wite Mn-Criminals :
oi-ih 30admreteeyhndi eIi -Whlite 5en-Criimiuals : f
:hey w, Iv, Iry.cultivating the sugarcane, which and force adequate to the accomplishment ofthat racer o e received witl Applause in any White Women : : : 8
i1 pr,,diei"riheai'nd j i:.al, i sed as broom corn end. quarter. 13hiack Men : : : 5
SAnd moreover, tllcee cn .E raised from rice e r omn Onil f hi Having despatched these matters, the main Black Women : : 11
and the, i.larnd ct.,,n. ,, hich the emigrant The powers of the Common 'Council.of this I White Men-:agrans :8
can plant th,.I, I and ,..:.:.J year after settling. city are of fearful extent and magnitude. If we question of the president y remains i ti same White men- Varants : : 6
,. .. White Women: : : 86
lt.)the han.J,lec ,he great increase in sy that there are not six states in the Union stattonaseore. u agateiesas the Bove Black Men : : : : 33
thovalueof I, la.dnj. wh,.:l, %ill average25 per .hose administration is of equal consequence can have no serious influence upon a point of Black Women : : : 38-379 inc. 53
'* cent tire 'Tr drl.f- tt rit % It.,"years, on the pro- w that consequence; th a heater fitness of Mr PRI. .
sent .rier l.cre, rn tlland in this or any with theirs, either,in itself or its ultimate-bear- a s e u c ; d i m d r m 'r sDr Plso.
countryon whcl.thei.hj, rice and sea island ins, we arespeaking within the probable bounds Adamsor Gen. JacksonMust determined up- RemainingiPrison De. '
o t o c l b em i t, % 1, u ,I a[ t ia t' es m alts s u c h f t th I n h i st p a th r re n e a d o n h ig h e r c o n s.id e ra tio n s. 3 1s t, 18 2 6 ,
lands raable and in demand-b11 e.sll tides make such f truth. In the first place, their revenue and Received into Prison, 1827 194-575
niueaeeomu;adi vhaer-Transf. to N.Prison, Sing. Sin,," 104
aod lmate, a healthy and agreeable coun- expenditure are enormous; and if ve have re We refer emigrants to the, article from the Ps- DishagdNyPrdon Si 5 .
try to spend the balance of 'your days in. gard only to tho management of tile finances, it 0 Discharged byrdon 5 t
T hry eadan tetagesof F orid redn tconfined to ga bol t t n .r tcrsburg Old Dominion, aI d tolie advertisement Do.dby expiration of sentence .5i2
T he advantages of Florida are not confined tu will be perceived thiat united wisdom and inte- .. *ni, irrnoon.. .on-O
willrcnl bep perceived that muchanic wisdo fin ine f, .1 1 *Messrs, Armisteads itI 6rcoluinnusof-to-day foi- Died during the year .2^9-238
planters only. The nmenantandnechaniccan rity are indispensable to the public interests: omer Alm ea sirotur tn s tod e d
find a field', extended and open. to receive them, "sme very valuable iforma l relation to
i uii they I-can.by"c4re and industry increase But further than this, their proceedings have a sotlm entsin Florida. t. Remaining i rison : : : 37
and. ad., t tn&,r %,i'lfr.. in'* ni,.:ih ,,o .r al.! direct control upon private property in aninfinite I While Men : : : 38 -
nmure prerrlhable P iy, ilihr. c l,.. d.:,[.e- a'...n- numberof ways. They influencethevalue, and [FrO.inC. n ,::|...,,,J..,t.Alh <..:.,,i,:r[,.i| .\.- W hite W o:nen : : : ( *
try'that Ii overd.,,,-,,,,th buj,,,e .'ll,.,It,,hN,,:(L-" B I96133
Sl atl .edrJnd n,t ., .,. h. even the len re, .of-real estate, byv their right of '..ad I .1'. ., At ,., Jah 1'. Black, Men :
..p.lal is. lipid and i;. T, H..r,:, ,h3.J /.,r.r.l....! ..,,.n,t- lW n : .:
rha.e .and di,lrl .s th..e h:. d n,. Ll}h ...,.1 opening, as w ell as w widening streets; and of pa- tee, LId,,i f,,d,,.., :,. ,i l .. f \.. ,,,, ., deer. 44
f hriune to iI h..r,t, or th .I.;eh h: hvII rI.,t h.'1 s,1 vine and re-paying the same at their lPleasure, to eFahh,1 a Su rIri.: Cr.IrCo :, a,-l rI r. i Total 3Iir.
rnL'..t or be.n i.:>ll>..i]y .sothersto accumulate They affect the facilities and profitsofnavigation withmost.ofi pr. ..;.,.. ,., ,,,,..,-,, .
w a a h h1. y, r o b j e ct io n s a s tl el- .. .. r ,. P res e nt..:Y ea.. .6.1. 8 5
The to,'.n of Aspalaza, which is owned and by their regulations of quarantine and dockage; were s qggestc,..if .r ..,.'. u tJ, r. ,. .. .to : Yr4
'settled by Mesers. 1. M. A. Armistead, who, and their supervision over personal, in addition be discussed, ';.'n it. -u,.t.,, 1 ,,I b. 1 .:.l,- ,..
Shave dine business among you in this place ma- to real property, through the medium-ofinspec- committee. I send you a copy of tlhe bills intru- Tnreas. 140-
n years, and at which place they are now doing .., we ighing, auin- &. is ver- corehe duced by Mr. Evmet. Some relief is needed .. neede
a,.wlolesaJe.and retail business,/is now ready to tion- g a.ging g" v "_ mprehe n your city, and it is desirable that some pian --.- ,
eive adventurers, and where lots an be had sive. Again, by tile effect of a vast number of should be ed that will prevent the delay i appears by the Fottsviae Miner's Jonal
.'. '"" their ordinances touching individual conduct, the administration of justice, which is now so t.attrheDelaware litsthusfar, been free of ice.
A saw mill will,,be erected shortly in the and of their penalties for disobedience, they ex- great an evil. An attempt, was made yesterday c to b regretted, says that paper, that
neighbourhood of the town, principally for the a. in .. in the Senate to have a day assigned for thehea- .Co", canal so soon. Much coal
Accommodation of those who may wish to build. rcise the summary and very dangerous authori- in Presidential resutiuns, but the friends remains yet to be transported to market, and one
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i ocomdto ftoehmyihobid ".""f the Pre~s' rsoltions,but the friends
T'on r.i ., ar'ur.,l advantages ofthe Aspalagg, tyofcriminal legislation. Indeed, we assume it voted.down every proposition. ThoSenitehave or two thousands tons nnmight have been taken i
'i tun.t and d\ll b. thedepot ifor the sugar and to be a fact, that the inhabitants of this city are been beei ongaged most of this day on the revi- own during tis abundant supply of water, if
cotton that is not only made il Florida, but for sed statutes. The Canal Commissioners reduced the wator had not been let out of the canal. We
10,000 bales of cotton that is made this year in ruled by the Corporation, not onl'y toan incon- the number of Acting Contmissioners to two- think. the act was quite premature, and hope it
part of Alabama and in part of Georgia, which venient extent, but to an extent far greater than Seymourannd Bouli. will not be. done hereafter until the winter ac-
pir of labma adin artof atnSeyourandBauh,. tally setsin.
will descend the Catahoochie and'Flint rivers; by the Legislature itself .THE NEW, COURT BILL ally sets ".
Sa, .1 1 i. i.dhby those who are acquainted with .. .
th :..niry,' that.'the cotton erop whiah will be The importance ot our Corporation affairs Our correspondent lias furnished ps with the Political War.-We have several times spoken
made in Alibama and. Georgia, -contiguous to being thus asceitained, it follows that every at- act brought into thle Assemblt by eMr.CEmiiet, in terms of strong reprobation of the vindictive
.. ,. .- rom the Selet Committee, entidtle" An act for
;the 0l0, i..tIthe CatahooahloandFint, willitn tention should be given for securing an upright t .ebl.t Commi to...t... .An.T Violence of party spirit exhibited by the partl-
five vears; exceed 50,000 bales, al of which the establishment of a superior, cou.t of law," v . .
.have. ^ h. .ri.... -of .ida..marketl, and pqlightened administration. Has this been which contain thefollowing provisions: 1 The zans of the two prominent Presidential candi-
A.pab,, i; il.-. 3;,,,ion th, ,, -,T .-ideoftheAp- obtained? On the contrary, are not the pro- terms of thecourt are to b..; ni:.rtll ,oirri.:'i.- dates for the next succession. We have road
.palachicola, eIb t ,,,,.. ,.-I..... t, junctionof/the feedings of the Common Council subjects of igwih the first Monday, .and:mi be held until the following toast (as it is'called) given at th l
", "% ", 'e d -I'r)rn"t "' atne fourth Satu~rday, withupower Jo adjourn, &c.
.wr iver .-ent I.. say,thr frequent,,and sometimes, of loud complaint. The Jurisdicti et o l Jackso dinner at Washington, on the 8th of
fiuve mile; W %'i_.-of.trmtnela,,a,,;. ,andn17miles xe ono tk e"u n stosahtoa sch 'a ............ns
southl or'Q ci, n i,.Ir..-..t h-althy and best e do not take it upon us to say how far such arising within the city and countyand alltransi. January, by a member of the House of Represen-
s etstled part .:.t l..rtada. rt.ir,,natural perpen- complaints have been well or ill founded; the tory actions. 3. Tile courtistocopsistofachief tatives of the Conress if Ihe United States, as
diculr ,t..ne .rlfrt of ir-.:.ti.: --an three'fourths reader will judge of that for himself; but sup- Justice ad two associates, eitherd.o whomn may also the Address whieh follows it, copied from the
u rI I, I elevated bluf f si,,them to have been really made upon suf-o dr ue e r sa NationalJoural of Tuesday. Whenever our i
fi ea a.;..: the f ir' J :,-'.;, Vh i:ght ood n client grounds, to what is the evil attributable? judgment, &c. must beargu ed before la majority law-nakers prefer to employ their time, paid for
rprng.:,.n --' To the haste and want of deliberation through of the justices. 4. The justices to be norni- by the public, in acquiring the art of accomplish-
D ated by ethb governor, wit11 the' asset tt of thecS
Tile 1 .,!-,.1h ..r h, dividesWest, which a variety of measures are carried; and n to Senate ad t o. .eiro ,f oeatfi ed law-breakers, their constituents and the count .
ri ..-.- i... "..nd particularly .adequate corrective can,i our judgment, be 'The section nothing' as to their re-eligi. try should snd tlheml, as speedily as possible, to
u.ny rA~i oag r --, i l. l :'.h ,m.\o re l, rindparticularly .-." .
n r.- f, t hat ll. mt,,.. -..-:"i ..-as plying on its applied, but by the creation of two separate ability. 5. TI". Corporation aid to pay these' the shades of retirement.
wattr .,a.ighhastheChatahoochiefalls. This Councils. There will, in. that case, be fewer justices salaries of from 3,000 to 5,000 dollars By thiHon Mr. Des of Ts j"
: IS cabala aud no surprise; every proposition, set- indstard Livin-gston of Lous iana.Th t tn
-1- Abr r.' '.r' .:nee er.crena tied in one .chamber, will, when sent to tlhe other, ring lit r -idd ,.f ,hO Ifn..ii.S i0'.. i ,. oly Honourin the Louisiana political pack: \
r" thE'. fre, ",tl".- -h ai can continue the be submitted anew to examination and improve-, bents (. Provl,n,,o mad,.f, tor- ,1. a.d 1,,t A fht ifa t. res.denti. the
..ap )o ntn ,rIt u clertk I--%lhe pu T r NW fromnthat State, he shall shine console
sam re t., P.lr Iu rl'.r,, a small town sitda- ent; and it will not come forth to the people P ,- I :" ,: The t ""nd t
'tdOntle iestsrde of the river, not far fromit. n imprfections on its'head, as its. The.f .. ,- -ir .:I,-, w.asaprvnbasecalu trunw ..
n l.-,n t h Il w n l(e h t h e c u s t o m n o u s e is fi x e d fo r -o f p uli c /'r- -r'v't'e' f -e._. ,a n a v oi de.d.b y
that p rt of Florida, atd'which.is ad to be likelyto dotfrom'the unilary despatch with assimilale :r. i,:,in, : tr of public oSivate confidence and avoidedrby
very ub 21sty, he t rain .. r which business is done. in one chamber blone, Common olmn H -:.-.pii a .t a- 1r.. c. r man who has a respect for virtue and for f
i9 ",';h~u ,,.l .i ; ,,,..,,1 ,.. ur.Jr W e trust that at all events the experiment-vill e ., j .' '-, l-" -r g1 r r7 P'I.-Na .l.. .
.., i .t .ri. lvt ,I-. ,- -,- n *'. s to b. l"- [.d i [11n i n ,.i IThi. li-l [.rom the N national Journal.] O
,'~ "^nr ll,;' iL" ;'"+' -":" 'r j be tried.' That some improvement is needed, justice, i, etrn bleL ,,. 0rnl, t, ,, le'tl'T THE PUBLIC.
abo.veoA;pI-1.,. ller .4 ,t:. n. i-i Oatoa r rTavca'1r,1 all will acknowledge;, and we can only adopt nor court of the city of New-Yo. "and bearing T .O T.... i
"lihp F, the CI] I l,.l.-o -aill a d.anct .:.I' from .such as the experience of the past has elsewhere e. tire 4i known If the be excuse fb mak t 11
t' r,.-p toI r-vr lajidnr,..-d -i.,-,,l.. nd then above the .'d, to be sucessul next, -except writs o~f inquiry an( subpcentas. S. i"'' noeJla eecsdfrmkng -t.
ni^\,\,- :c fo fla ^ ""oeS b6W foull tbeucstl Provides for enforcing tho tend, c ow Ites would~np trul thepublic, was I riot forced ri
1z e 0 .13,from any part of1the state, a in *he Sup ren e by lth recent occurrences to do it; and if it were w
tIo ln i !.10 aove Aspalaa for 'T'ast-making.-Though ttle art Of makig, Court. 9. Provides that no cause shalebere- not for the connection these occurrences have (
it.r,; ile.. up to Fo AtHughes; and from Fort toasts ,is very. often called, Into exercise in moved from this court to the Supreme Court, by with thle present state of parties in the eoatintry,
..u rh 1.i: ;i s:. e ,, 150 miles, fat small boats, the, present age of public dinners, and is there habous corpus or certior: ,. 10. I, ,,ri. If:' ,rIr.,adt everypooed attak hchh en
though th -r.: -. e rm.:- III lastru tolio inthis fare *a necessary accom plishm ent to prom inent to t ef r Josac on m nessee '1 frtend of G e ;
r;Vr~ hih he stto G orgot a .1.:r; 00o1 .lo be conducted 'iixlilh=t.aan e ...*nt 1,e
t h J I.n-,'-wIein A' ( ,I'.-g, ,h.eL, lh,. best men, especially politicians, it is.nevertheles a error broughtso the S.,pr.,me -. .u; il, jJ. During last spring, Ireceivbd a letter from'a i
1L.tAred los.,, t'ar triJa in this country, with the mystery but very little studied, and much less ticesof the Supreme Court, sittingin the Court friend of mine, intforming me that Gen. Jackson e
,.-. 1' l N.%%e-bY.-rk and New-Orleans. Its understood. Good sense is indispensable to a of Errors, to act as judges in examining the er- had charged upon the friends of Mr. Clay "a
rolt,.ltr,..[re, nmu.t be rapidly, having water esctable toast, and wit to a rilliant one-' lrs ed, and to vote in *h. d...... I corp proposal by them to sell heir votes to the '
*or--n;,.di .r, ..m .pot, from eight hundred rePc sanme o"e writ owerror to rroolie, ", m,. canaddate,'at the late Presidential election, *wh
\Tc. n h.-^and ral.:U- .rouh' ricli and a great But from the long=lists that are sometimes pub- m controversy does.not exceed .2000, exclusive would ale Mr. Clay Secretary State, and, as g
part w c.1 E uic. c,.,jr,,J lished, and from .those among others that have o. costs, unless two of the justices certify that one of those friends, I was asked if such charge
[ 'ln i,|.the Chata"oochie, on appeared onhe numerous festivals of the Eighth, there are questions, of law which ouglt to be re- wa, true. In a letter in. reply, I could not re-
lhe .'ab i" and Georgia side, have heretofore h v weu v d ecrtifcatl ofcounsel equirejd, as strain the indignation I feltatsuch an unfounded t
found oiea 'diiffcniltitna supplying themselves how many will bear the test ot scrutiny, or even on writs of error or judgments of tie Supremo accusation, and in expressing myself I used a t
--th eo-2, a. in disposin, of their cotton, of perusal? .. .. Court. .11. Provides foir certaifads to be paid .language produced by the excitement. In so
"..l"r..bus ew as'well as merchants, .-.- '' h ,, Those delivered at Washington, art, however, to the clerk for which he is td ac mount to the doing I never intended to do more than to repel p
well by settling at Aspalaga, as there ,..11 b*, the most amusing that have reached us. The cty treasury. 19. Other fees to be the same as Uie charge I conceived Gen. Jackson made
haf dra the a r i_ _, '.-.l e I, ..l ,e ,-ff. r.1 o ma o u s those allowed in *h, 8,4 r,:m.n C.(,irt r I "t, ,u against m e. Then thought, and I ar yet of the
r i itti, r ."L i n"ll. In, afJ rdn.r a following may be.quoted as specimens: Courts. 13. Th .. ",..',r,,n- ".-: ....te.n, ,J same opinion, that he who is accused'ofso base
r.ir TcnId fthrr,,i]lt *rnr.d Iar r proc'uringany By /ie "-on.. ', Eaita. Todivertpublih at. tothiscourt. 14. J...in.rnsd::.c,- i,:,td mth, an aet as Gen. Jackson attributes to In'e, had a
on of ihr arii.-lri. "tention at Athens, Alcibiades cut off the tafl of court are declared a lien on all teWraal estate of right to use what language he'pleased,in throw- P
,As I have undertaken to give you a deserlp- .a dog-the modern Alcibiades, with a view to the person against whom .they arc rendered, ing off'the charge, provided the language was o
tion of Appalaehicola and its towns. I should the same object, has written a book. .wheresoever ,.,lt. d 11h,-1 l ni,,, ou.I may be confined to the accuseralone. Since the public- P
hit. firlear, until I hd described Tallahassee Hy the lon. George .Kremer. General As- enforced b ,-;:,lt,.'..n ; in ih j'upr.:ni Court; action of my letter by Mr. Clay, I have stated, t
a'ndwhatrivers she is dependent upon for the nBew J.ACKSOS:. The Nathaniel, of the present but no sue lien to accrue oh pr pe.ty ont of the and I now state, that it never was my intention, c
E r f i' i l, ,. .. Taqlhhassee, "the seat of age-an Israelite in whom tliere is no guile- Clty and county ofNeew-York, nthtil a transcript by any expression in that letter, to wound the P
-"v-, .... ri'u "r J in a rich, beautiful and When the Presidency was put up to the highest of the docket, duly certified, shall be filed in the feelings of any of Gen. Jackson's friends. I
Telthilp rtr 1f .1.J Florida, twenty two miles bidder by the Judas. of the present age, he office of the Clerk 9f the Supreme Court, in the should regret iflthought so, and il is gratifying c
"rolx . Mr-. '' "ich place was occupied a scorned to bid. city of New-York 15. TIleJustices to exercise to me to know that many of the General's friends t'
pAtrl of't' ,i';i, the country belonged to Eng- TIe hpnourable Senator should not he very se+ the powers incident to. their otice, at cham-i are satisfied of that fact, for they have told me o
a I hi. heretofore been, and is .+ .. .. bor,; and it is declared to be the duty of one so. But, because I dared to.speak what I felt d
land, Inh,,t. tl-,neererwhat goods go to Tal- vereonbook'aketstconsderinermgtnhtnenimself of them at east to sit daily for tis+.. p ose. and to exer-ise-the ghtof a free, in express- t.
na.' thp..t. 'hih [. built a ew houses, both has offended in that particular respect; but inde- They are also declared commissionerss for per- ing my opinions, in defending myself, it appears s
f'r ua + a'ld luber" usesse, and has bien. the pendent y of this, his toast seems to-Ae wanting .:*b .in-,,, ,he duties of the Su1 ...n.....r' .... J, r. that, if possible, 1 am to be sacrificed to the ven- g
reidei cno 'two mmer.rants as late as last year: ioth in delicacy and pertin, nce. The tails of tem' &c 16, ." ". r'" o "':': rl'-'r geance of some who surround the General for i
.. he .. althy, from .it sb e in sur-.. 3 to the t M arime ourt and A ssistant J nstices C ourt the purposeoffighting hisbattles If G en. Jack- s
bu de m r .c. fron dogsare not themos re vated.themes of senti o t S ao a s.. ,r tby b s d
li it idp' Sm. et. nii~ia own, cille.1R.-ck Ha- ment, and the characterization of aniy high officer returnable tirorein; and the inatters in issue to desperadoes, ready to hunt up opportunities to r
VL.N *h ah r1.1 j.1 :*lT, alh.Hi'.,, -J,r,3,ri .,n which by a resemblance to the licentious Athenian( is *'e submiitted without oral argtmient, unless the try 10 intimidate' and insult those who defend .
,'* at...'in *i e ihe oi if Sit .f. r"-& *'f' ** r Cottrt'shall otherwise direct. 17..Provision made themselves, and who have the independence to l
vr n c "' g a' t d t" d'health"y b y caryn dom of exress0o a lttle fo holding and adjourningth eCo t, in case of express their opinions ofhim, th n indeed, wil c.
tlirte m..I.as e ul' Tl allahi:-.ie, and which, too far. Besides, thoigh.the cutting off a dog's the preva.erice ,feetnenlnce,or: the necessity of the day which sees him President of the United e
t'.-ir ..... e ... un.te r ,,r,-,h.I I.Jrhifeen milesand tail may have diverted public.attention from the the case, 18. Provid-.: il 1 the Sipri ,, Court States, be the lastof ur liberties, Il


... ',?' '" ""r'-'it 9--- -' .. _shall have power, onIth,:,rn,-n.:,t -' .. parties, These remarks arc forced from. nte, by a 1
t+.4pplieo ;.l t .vi r c thuir lt- i~m theu MiJLcr- ", r; t,,l i ilpa +ofl iiim whop'erfe meUdth ..... +. .1'" "1.'" --l' ;at? "T"' ;n -,) -- '--s r f fr m e, by a 1
iupck rr Jlil .:n' Lv, utha s ou.t from the I 11or on the application r.I i'lhr o I ,J t.. tIrainsfer Toast". drank at the Jackson dinner in this v
or.." ,r .'...t rn s r antheapic.th f-Iri,, place upon the Sthinst. in which Mr. Livingston,
how ot lhe e ral .i ,J. Arl or b ts h e, on p ": "".:.n,3.: r% tin -abook is in fact'draw--any 1 pr.-A.Jij- -.r-rni-..ou -' ice C..... 'c M L iv gs
Low'".3oftheserth-af-tin oretnfirtnn' ofeoisianis omUimeneo1 d is cl, tuerm
which Roek Haier, ,. etuatlt, and which will ing public to th :s'tibject. Whether the ohjeci .:,f in 1. i: t- r,- r ,dIn 11a ->.l.:.., ,- of Louisiana,iscomplimenteahd his colleagues,
in a shrtiort time be tha doot lfir whliat producea'is .him who Writes thhook be lecomplished-in ide-. o New..1 ..rh_. a nd where (, ,ei:x.i. u. .b.ut especially myself, assailed. I have no ac- v
"' .- .. ... "" .had ,.-Ipl ,-.16I,h. ,e ,e')i J-= ,.quaint~ance wih th e individnL S1whoe gave it.--I a
made ir, its na,,hbor-h.d.a lth,:,,-b its trade will onviniirg of his readers, is, of course, a diffe- Court:...d.... ,t -ne& -. i.. -t =.Anv ql-.sai .,ce w.the v a o o gv ,t-I c
R iist b m d, A" pd-'1 % -%.:Ir receive al- on v. int" ,sourt: a d ,u ,, remr v-so ]-,ipenrg,_ i r,.l ,,\ neversaw hlm before tee presentsess on of C an _
ime.s| all,. trade we-t of Taahassee, and upa rent consideration. proviso being mad, I.a r,,, L,,l r....,.- gss, and never was introduced to him; nor was r
c". itr-' + ll ar ce iiri, G._ "rs. ". But Mr.Iremenr is the most original and minge.- zanceshall thereby bt. ,1,,1 ,i.,,. he here at the latt Presidentiai Election ; and cO
S'Thi rivr 'ich'li heads and rn:s.from spring, niouis of the twb. Hoe parents in a small corn- The act for the a|po...ienti .1- -.I .:..Ch-I-. could not, by any forced construction, consider b
Sa,, a rer I0 ard;J aidle an-d six feet deep, ,: ..' cellor, directsthe aipp..-r.tr..tl ol ',clh ri,.lh.:.r[fI himself aggrieved by any thing contained in my GC
continum- thpe sairued[p.l ii armilesto the he passd a s asietyof interesting images. First, the by the Governor, v i .h.- ,-,t [ ,. ..,-., letter; nor could J hae entertained towards' "in t
,,f ,I-e- ., t-- .... ft .0 *,ft an of a. quarter of, yrthv rHero of New-O.letacs is converted into as soon as may be, after the pa-...e:, .i thoeact.'any unliiad felingD. \I make this stptiEcnmnt to ci
1' "i


show the unprovoked manner in which I have to encourage the industry and imnprovejl0 skill
been assailed. Had that gentleman considered of their youthful cultivation, a premiurm-was
himself aggrieved by me in any wayr, or had hlie given by Mr. Bancel, to the cultivators of that
desired to become the fighting hero" of Gone- spot, which competent nnd disinterested judges
ral Jackson,heought, by every rule of honor, to pronounced to excelall the rest. Perhaps no ap-
have called upon me in a direct manner. Had pendage to ;a literary institution could be attend-
he doneit, I certainly would, have answered.him ed with finer or more beneficial effects than this.
promptly. The subsoil, if it may bie called so, of the whole '..
Trust, I have too tnuch self-respect to yield to group, seemed to have been but lately a bare
a fi .. .] ..... l,,,] ,.. l.;.. j ,.. i. .1 casting around rock.; butnsuch had bnen the ambition and in-
fr. ... -, ,,-... ..'.... "eoast drinker," dustry of the-littlei gardners, that from the adja
Otr...- .... .. .,i, who m ay think cent valley, ample depths ofo good earth hadbee
proper to offer ilo-an insult by commepnting on introduced, and an extensive variety of the most
tlihe language 1 used in my letter, and by putting beautiful iiowers, shrubs; &c. flourished in Lay
wrong construction's upon it. I consider mlysulf assemblage throughout the whole. And while
bound on!y to answer those who, feclinv them- your com-mittee lament the late event which hai;
selves aggrieved by that l;t;er. call upo -i ein a interrupted the progress of this institution, and
'entlunianiy manneru. To such I will always ac- deprived our society ot'a most valuable member,:
cord a;n satisfihction dcnnided. Tihe individual they hope'stli to seo many Mr. Bancels actively
who gave the Toast" cannot expect ime to 'take wvielding or directing the spade, tihe hoe, and the,
any other notice of it than I have done; but, in rake.
concluding, I must be permitted to say, that if The following is a list of those members of
any thing personal toi me .was intended by it, I this Society who areeent:tled to premiums fbr ar-
.... 1. pronounce such conduct as dis- ticdes exhibited this season. 1827:
eeonourablc, and at war with every gentlemanly. V uET'BI L.
1celinig. WILLIAM L. BR.ENT, Dr. Hosack, Best early Cucumbers..,
of Loutisiana. WIllianm i'airbairn, Cauliflowers.
---- Alexander Smih, early Peas.
Rochesler.-'he improvoinents in this won- Williamn Curr, Lettuce.
derful offlpringof our western enterprise, are Charles Oukldey, earlyLima beans
deserving of more particularnotice than was Micluel Floy, :" Knight's Mar. Peas
Jo T, ^hn Roberts, Celery.
given a iew days ago., The population, it ap- Alexainder Smith, e Sea Kil.
pears, is 10,818, and was tlhe last year 7,769, T. I i.,. early Cabbage.
showing an increase more rapid than even its ,l,' '.', .., Tlons,
former growth, and promising a most astonish/ aB' G o S lood Beets.
1 Georgee Sti!l, Endive.
ing future progress. Indeed; Rochester ......,i. l I, ,. Floy, .Savoy Cabbrivg.
soon become the second town in the sticte. The George Still, Carrots.
imports into the village, the last year, amounted .li' Wilson, 'Broc li.
t J m i n .lames Adams, tiea sample of Peas.
to $1,020,800, and thq export to 1,2 '0000,00. EngleFick, 1 "1 Drumhead cabbage
T1le nanulfacture of flour alone (estimated at '.RVIal..'
$4 thi barrel) amounted to 200,000 barrels, of Alex:ander Smith, Best Cherries....
whc 3,11 were i "t Francis Coopnr, "1 Strawberries.
which ,3,., Were made, with 4 run of stones, \Vill a n)Neal rGooeberries.
by one person, 11. Ely. Tihe saw mills cut nine Alexander Smith, Apricots.
mnillion/fbet of lumber. They have 52 run of Charles Oaklcy, Peaches. '
mill-stones, of which 16 have been put up within Alexander S.mith Pears.
tile year; .,* Peter.Aymar Plums..
the year; and a water-power unoccupied, suffi- peter L. Vandervoort, Ncctarines.
client for more than a hundred manufaitories. AlexanderSmith,' Grapes.
Rochester, in 1812, contained but 2 or 3 houses. FLOWERS.
In 1822. the population was about 2,500; in William Wilson, Best Polyanthliis.
1 6)> 3,700; in 182, .Thomas Hoer, Auriculas.
823, 3,70;. in 125, ; and at thj end of G. Thorburn& Son, Hyacinths.
182t6, 7,769, and commencing 1823 With 10,818. Tbonas Kinnersly, Tulips. /
Runts are good, and 3532 buildings were erected William Large, Pinks.
in the year.l;ast. We would barely add, that illiaP Parmentier Cunatic nnersly,
,. ~~~r A ., *lo es'srs. A. Parinenitier, T'honas Kinnersly,
this new place is but a single example, on the Wilhliam Phelan, DailielKenny, William Wilson,
canal route from Albanyto Buffalo, of the fruits Mlichael Floy.Alexander Smith, Thomas Hocrg,
of that spirit of internal improvement and na. Viliiam Large, Dennuis i. Doyle, Robert Dyson,
tionalindustry for which the state of Now-York al S o, .. ,.-, s .,r,.reS prnte ant
issoof te .. ,..iit [.-d te N it ll r ...,.i someother memn-
is so greatly distinguished, bers, the Society is (,i .., ,,,,, i, inde.h'_;d i.:.I th.- r
"i ^.i. ^ exhibitions of a g ,c .:- ..; tl.,,.., tr ilL
Thle Circuit Court is now in .session in this nd vegetables. l,, a I,.:,, i I,,,, hindbicd
city, with a calendar of upwards of four hun- to C6ia. AIsaac Hull. I'.-r l.bl tarnttei uf
died'causes; and in the Common Pleas, suits Beans, &c. presented on his return last.spring,
friom the&Pacific Ocean;.,and to Mr.Isaac Den-
f. been noticed for tri from time to ison of Albany, and ir. Richardsof Newark,
Lime, for tlhelast four terms, still remain unreach- for tile choice collection and very liberal supply
ed. In thle '.1i .[ Chancery many cases, reach- of Plums, and Green Gages, presented at their
ed and argued nineteen months ao, (so great has late anniversary dinner. It is also worthy of.e-
. .o .. ie d. e' ", b. nark, that melon seeds, S6 years old, presented
been tile accumulation of itermediate busmess) to 3theSociety by Mr! Hoffm'an, and received by
still remain undecided. him from thelate Mr. Seton, were planted, and
n. T n.i a. w bore fruit; some of which so raised were pre-
-Last evengan alarm g n sented to th Society by Mr. Peter Aymar.
which originated in a stable in John-street,in the The Society offer ,premiums for the following
reer of Mr. Prince's establishment, which was articles, for the year 1828: '
partially destroyed. "LOWEBS. .. :
r "t Pol'anthus, Auricultas, Carnations, Pinks, Tu-
r. nkHoricu..ural Society.-T. ,.Socie- 'lips, yacinths. The days of.exhibition to be
fixed bytheeInspect!n Commit~tee.
feel it incumbent on them to lay. before thle pub- p P ng "mm e.
lic, thefollowing sketch of their doings during V 'EG ABLES ..
thepast year, and offer the i.., i,,. extract ucubes .. r, .rli forced
c n -xtac eas, I qu a'1, l / L Uesdd
from the annual report of the inspectiha Con- '" Y
inittee. in May.
mte.Cabbage, 4 heads, -do do.
'The Inspecting Committee of the Noew-York Potatobae 4 halfpedsk, do. do.
V o ~ a t o e stuth e i re ,eo ol -
Horticultural Society, reporithat lheir weekly Beets, s" Groots, secondoTues.
..,* .. l..; i,.- ilte past year, have -, d' J n e.
ll ..I ., and the articles -.1 ... .... t ay m une.
competition, have been abundant and of good Carl j oots., "do. do.
av Celery,"'6oplants, last Tuiesday
quality. Our collections of ornamental plants 6 y
and esculent vegetables, have been considerably in July.
increased bV very liberal contributions from Drs. Lima Beans (earliest), 2 q arts,-i.pods.
Hosack and Mitchell, obtained by thema from 4 eads, the season.
their foreign correspondents, and generously pre- Caulfhlow a pso 2hea I s do .a
erou"y re- il ~s.,Marrow.Peasssialf peck du
rented to the, membersofthe.Society. Several- a P, h. eck,. P do.
other gentlemen in this city and in other coun- ape Brocoli 4 heads do.
Savoys,.4 headsdo.
triets,have likewise contributed considerably to avoys,. 4 heads do.
the augmentataLion' of our vegetable produc- Beet at 6 4 heads do.
tions, two of which we think doservinr of par- Carrots (late), 6 roots
tiicular-riotice in he present nnrt Th et Carrots (late), 6 roots


is that of the original Potatoe, tlie Solatium
Tuberosum, obtained from its native soil and
country, in South America, and sent here by
Surgeon Tinsler, of the United States Navy, to
Dr. Mitclhell, who, presented them to the Society
for cultivation. They were planted, and grew
with -the same facility .and vigor, in stem and
blossom, as those which have been so long accli-
mated to our northern hemisphere: and in no
particular, did the foliage or habi'tappear to dif-
fer, but from the rambling fibrous roots winch
were produced in great abundance. Not the
leastsyrnpton of the formation of.the smallest
Tuber, ever made its appearance, although they
wore planted in the ground, arid continued a
sufficient length of time in blossom, before the
frostsetin,'to have produced and matured an
abundant crop. A very striking evidence this,
of the great effect which soil and climate have
upon the produce of particular plants, aud a
most powerful inducement to:e encouragee our
perseverance in endeavoring to improve the pro-
duce and qualities of every thing that comes un-
der care ; for when we see the vast improvement
which a continuationu-of careful cultivation has
efibeted upon this now most valuable vegetable,;
we can scarcely conceive to what a superior de-
gree of perfection, a proper mode of culture
might bring many or perhaps all our other vege-
ableproductions. We do not expect that auvy
improvement in the culture of the pdtatoe, will
ever render it capable of producing an entire
substitute for bread; but if succeeding genera-
ions can support its improvement in any thing
ikea ratio, to that which it certainly has under-
gone for one or twoyears past, and the quality
of wheat remain nearly stationary, it appears
difficult to determine at present, which of the
wo, might then be found the most valuable ar-
icle of food.
The olither vegetable which we haveto notice
particularly, is called New-Zealand Spinage.
Teiragona E.rpansa, thle seeds received by Dr.
Hosack, from Paris, and presented by him to the
Society, last spring ; they were planted by Mr.
rloy. arid succeeded remarkably well. t is very
productive, and continues fit lbr table through-
ut the sumuler season, is very wholsome and
alatable, and may justly be considered as one of
he most important additions to our vegetable
collections thathas been obtained for many years
ast. Several new varieties of tobacco, and some
f them of very superior quality, have been re-
eived and cultivated for the Society by Dr. Bux-
on, whose ingenious attention to the cultivation
f this particular plant, entitles him to great cro-
it. The ruemnbersof the Inspecting Comrnmit-
ee have also great pleasure in being enabled to
tate that they have observed an increased de-
ree ofemulatini and industry generally excited
i the vicinity of this city, in horticultural pur-
uits. At one establishment in particular, they
were so much pleased wtlh the excellent ar-
angements for horticultural improvements, as
weil as for promoting thle health and vigor of'.
syouthfuland ambitiouscompetitors, that. they
cannot let the present opportunity pass, without
expressing their highest approbation of that va-
uable institution, the Lyceum of the late Mr.
Cancel, at. Bloomingdale, whose grounds every
where exhibited the evidences ofan enterprising,
well.regulated improvement, and those depart-
ments which were appropriafdd to the raising of
vegetables and small fruits, highly bespoke the
are and skill of an able horticulturalist. But
what attracted our attention above all, was a
most beautiful group of miniature gardens, all
ontigujus to each other,yet distinctly separated
y low lines of pigmy fences; and in which en-
losure, every student had his particular par-
rre : in some instances, tevo or more were asso-
iad in hlle cultivation Of one spot, UPd in order


Sea Kail, "
FRUIT.
Peaches, Best dozen.
Plums, do. do.
Pears, do. do. '
Nectarines, do. half dozea.
Apricots, o. dozen.
Grapes, do. 2 bunches
Strawberries, do. quart.
Muskmelons, do.
Gooseberries, do. dozen. '
The clay for exhibition, to be fixed by the In-
specting Committee and published.
Discretionary premiums will' be awarded for
flowers, vegetables, or fruit, prci-ert.d .by mem-
bers, or others, when rare and of excellent sprts.
Doct. Guetano Laniza,.+at the anniversary
dinner, proffered.through his friend '.oci Pasca-
.., 10 the Society,a premniumiin value the sum of
1', for the best fruit or vegetable production,
that may be designated by the Societv, and pro-
dnced at the next anniversary. Notice wili ba
given to the members of wlia[t lip same sl.,'U
consist. By order of the Society : .-'
WILLIAM BURTSELL, Rec. Sec'ry.
New-York, Dec. 5th, i1827.
BOsTON. Jan.14.
UCapital Trial.-The trial ofOlive Freeman,a
bisck woman, before all the Judges of the Su-
pionmo Court, on an indictmentunder thestatute,
for concealing the birth of her illegitimate child,
and for murdering it, occupied the court through
the wholeof Friday and Saturday. Tlhe prison-
er was defended on the ground of defect of proof
that the child was born alive. The jury brought
'in a verdict of guilty on the charge of conceal-
ment, H[ut of acquittal on that of murder. The
prisoner was sentenced to ten days solitary con-
finement, and two years imprisonment in thel
House of Correction.
Bangor, Me. Jan. 9.-Thursday evening last,
Mr. Colby, of this town, while fishing foir frost
fish in the Kenduskeag, caught a fine fat little
Salmbnon, which weighed five and a quarter pounds.
This is-the first Salman we evor kneirrri heard ..
to be caught by hook, in the waters of Penohs-
cot.
Fire at Haverhill.-Tlie barn of Mr. John Paget
was destroyed by fire. on Thursday evening.
Mr. P. had been in the barn a short time previous,
with a light, to feed his cattle. On discovering
the fire, hie returned to the barn to rescue the cat.
tie, but unfortunately perished in the flames!-
Two oxen and two cows were burnt.
Profitable Darying.-The Rutland Herald
says, The following proceeds from twenty-five
cows, the last season," we have from the owner,
Mr. Johnathan Dyer, of Clarendon. Such en-
terprise is worthy of imitation:-
6017 lbs. cheese; worth 64 cents. $375 10
450 do. do. do. 4 do. 18 00
1000 do. do. do. 121 do. 137 50
Proceeds from the sale of calves, 5, 00

-580 G0
Mr. Dyer further assures us that'the whey and
butter-milk amply .paid for making and all con-
tingout expenses. The cows had noextraordi-
nary keeping, but where doObltles well attended
to.' .
Coroner's Office, 145 Greenwlch-streel.
The Coroner was called on Tuesday moirini
to view the body of a man found-floating in PteK
slip. He had on a black bombazette coatee, blue
cloth vest and pantaloons,,ivhite flannel drawers,
white shirt, black silk handkerchief around his
neck, black woolen stockings and shoes; his hair
was very black ; appeared to-be about 25&iara
of ga' 6a .d to have bUe dron'ed lon4ljtie.