Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Volume ID: VID00101
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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7o. U7-Vol. LV. STATE SUS ER V&AS ANrVWIQUA. 24s. per Ann

latisilton, Bermssiia, Tsuesdas,, VYovcmbssber 1, 1882.
II BI ~^ ^ ^

BE n 1 I5 UJ A.
Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Tuiesla,, 14t1h 1Noveuber, I.t'2.-Pursuant to ad-
journment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiali Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable Win. H. Gosling,
J. H. Trimingham,
Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph II. Harvey,
James Tucker, Reer. Geol.,
G. S. Tucker,
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secy.
The Hon. J. Tucker preenteil a Petition fIom
Win. B. White, praying for the emission of a tine
of 37 I16- (including costs, &c.) which was im-
posed on him in 1853 with regard to the importa-
Lion and subsequent seizure of certain hoxes of To-
The Resolve providing the sum of 41 for re.
pairs and maintenance of the old Buildings, &c., at
Nonsuch Quarantine Station,
The Resolve voting the sum of 140 for dafray-
ing the cost of ke.:ping, cleaning, and repaiiin:,
the 'ilotage Buoys and B-acon., were seveaily.
read the third time and pissed, nid 01o dered to hb,
laid before His Excellency tle Goverucir by the
Hon. Cavendish Boyle.
The Hon. 0. S. Tucker moved that the Resolve
granting to Win. H. Ure n the sum of .18 16/- as
compensation cfr his services us Cons;able during
the Inquiry into the case of the Lbitiish lB-k
"Stella." be now iead the third tiaue,--hich was
objected to.
Ayes 4. Nays 3.
Hon. 0. S. Tucker, Hon. J. Tucker,
*' J. H. Harvey, ," W. H. Gosling.
E. Haivey, Josiah i.ee3.
J. H. Trimingham.
The Resolve was then read the third time and
passed, and ordered to be laid b-lore His Excel-
lency the Governor by the Hon. Cavendiist Boyle.
The House resumed in CL'ommittee the consider-
ation of the Bill entitled "An Ac! relating to
certain Treasury Liabilities."
The Hon. E. Harvey in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend-
The House adopted the Reporr.
Adjourned to Friday next, the 17th instant, c.t
11tU, a.m.

F '., :/., R.:-,.-tl G. cr:i ::
DEAR. ME. EDir:r,-You have already bet-u rie-
minded of the mountain that 1.bored and brought
forth a moue." TW'e also beg to remind you that
althoiu'h the graveyard did nut laibur yet it
brought forth a Ghost." (Let those who pursue
it beware how they grasp it '" Another Prc-iy-
terian"must have laboieil very hard in brin-inJ2
forth his last literary production esp.,:i-ll in ma;-e
uing those final bows" as well as fac-es" for hi,
rold friend. and the new Parliament, axes for us
to grind" sharpenough to cut his ri-iht of way to
the graveyard, in mixing fir us '~ s:iiethio;g
stronger than whitewash," and finally in exhibit-
ing us as as "Pigmies perched on Alps." We
would suggest for his consideration whether pig-
mies do not have good opportunities of obe'rving
those who cannot seo then? But what i- the re-
sult of all his labour P To us and to all, wind,
I vanity :" and to himself vexation of spirit." It
was absolutely necessary that we should have
"something stronger than whitewash" to aid us
in our "get up," but he little thought when mix-
ing such a thi.-ck coat for his own profusion that it
would so quickly be washed off by that which was
"stronger." How "threadbare" his ar:tuments
must appear to every unprejudiced eye! His state-
ments are completely worn out."
Werow draw yourattenti )n to what we conceive
tobo the spirit underlying this Right and Ju-ti.-e,"'
this "principle involvedd" It found in Dis-
senter'.s" letter, ',,.h', Sept. He argue, by
comparison and gives two in-,tan6 of Episcopal
congregations having to give up their
to dissenters and go outside and purchase for theam-
selves. He intimate(- that such a law ounhlit to
regulate common property in Bermuda. The rule
should be-'- If you are dissatisfied make a settle-
nueut with your partners and go out." But why
"do they not apply the rule to themselves, "m ake a
settlement and gi out" or keep out. But Episco-
palians mu-t give them their claimed rights to the
graveyard or make a settlement and go out of it, and
on the same principle when they demand the right
to the Chnrch, they (Episuopaliausi must settle and
go out of that too. If there is a "principle iu-
volved" on the one side there i.s a print.iple involved
on the other. Again Dissenter" gives a more
positive argument, G,.,:t,: Sept. 13. In closing
hi- letter he says, There is a boy somewhere in
Bermuda who will amtouish the natives some day.
-When he becomes fully of age he can take eate
of himself, and give a good account of Fogies and
little tyrants," or as we understand it, this '" boy"
is the exponent of the spirit of retaliation for past
grievances, real or imaginary. "We think this
" boy" is no true Presbyterian," he must be a
dissenter of "An:,ther" type and when he becomes
old enough and strong enough to chastise his Epih-
copal papa he will compel him to make a settle-
ment and go out."
It is maintained by dissenters that they are com-
pelled to agitate for their lights because Epis.op.l
ministers are not c'ourtcous enough to .rrant them
the privileges they are entitled to. We believe
that Episcopal ministers p'er-r.:nally are not. so dis-
courteous as is hinted ; but they also have a prin-
ciple involved in refusing, as thlry could not con-
sistently grant to one and not to all, for this priuci-
pie is illustrated in the well known tact that th-erea
are some to whom if you give an inch they will
take an ell." Give to some a privilege on any
ground and after a time, when excee-ling the
liberty primarily granted, should you offer to cheek
them, they will confidently tell you they have a
right. If this imagined right wa publicly sir-
rendered we have no doubt that the courtesy would.
be cheerfully extended and the piirivif-.e granted.
But in the absence of Much cona-es-,i4- give thi3
"boy" a privilege to the yard and he will demand
a right. Grant him that right and he will demand

the hoiini. if nota nree-ut, at le'-st, 1-hen he b.3-
cmunq fully of jg*:."
We bhre bnon eharc-e 1 with mrakinz a political
matt-er of this rqu,-stinn but what 1do th,-e worri.
mean ? Had thlrre not bhi n ,-a cneral lr-,etioi, af.
hqnu therp would hare h-en ,ertainly twe'lve ",,,-,
fiftw-een rnemnber to-. favour the ptiTi')n." WV"'I'q n.
not see hobw ,nch (.har'? pan be stained whenlif
our qnotatiors, on ar-onut r.f whlii.-h we werr s,.o
a xruld, were ad'van'mi-d by ilis.enter-n thernelr-m
anid...l we have evidence to the fact that in thi;
prlish. th'ir war c-ry. tholi..h weak. i. fournnew
membh-r- for Warwi'-.k," hut it i not our desire to
dik.-'1-a it politi.eilIv. We have written more than
anti,.-ipaie-d alredrrh aiin woe fpel verw graftful to
vou. Mr. Editor. for ',rntin'. the sp,:ace. Although
wo do not make a flu-il how,'" vpt we do not
pled,_-iei oircelvAs to re-plr to erv-rv argument in
order. We inay r:-fer to them in OlinIe future epistl-..
WE- would siv in r.,inclionn, H>re endeth the
sec-ond lesnu," hoping that uib'h aiu utterance mav
not erat ,linr.Ohlr on the foeline~ of Another
Prpsbvi,-ri-n D.vid's harp was soothinuc to Said.
Sacrei mun-i. bcian now in order we r''l-otnmuil tto
him that portion becinninu, in our S-otr-h r.-rsion,
Behold how ,-r'od a thing it is. an-d how becoming-
To:'ether,suc:h as brethieu are, in unity to dwell, &r.
And mar that re|re,.nted there b the 1ir,-u'inu
oiutrnr-ntt" .,b so abiiudanritlv pre1d oT1t on hii ti--'rL-
petluni3 s pirit that b- n v nrt onljrfi,:,va ,'re'qti
p-iae than h ha.s vmt exp.ripneed. but that its in-
flnrnce e ny ,-1 by all the '- brothers." with
whom it nmar b, lii 1'It to a-oiate: then, "oh!
my brother," will be the sentiment reciprocated by
all, as well as by
.Wnrw;ck, Nov., 1 92


We intend dispatelhing suitable
from HALIFAX as follows:
t N,:,vr. 11. 1Y12. Dee-r. 9th, Ic.'.
,^ .,T;,any. Ir 13. Feby. 3, 1s-_3.
-,Dfar ,iL IS A 1, 1I :.
TIf Min,,it ncetmlireent offers will ,:liq.i:eh
"'Vrs.s,'l afti-r-n'ri-,.
All Gool-s carried at Low Rates of Freight,
and payal.ile in Berni'mtli.
For further in iform.'ationapply to JOFHN S.
DARRELL. Eq.. Age-nt at St. Gor,,,t' or
'W. T. JAME-, Esq., Agenu. at. Hi,:,1aile-n,
J. B. NElLY & CO.,
Shipping nual Comu mission M. :rebantts,
Nova Scotia.
October, 1P,2.

A Speciality!

Fancy China Ware
corner Reihd an] Qu.tren Street, Hamilton, )
Oct 31, 18s.2.

"Longo Island Brewery"

A Fresh Supply recently receiv-
ed from the above Brswery in Casks of'
:6 Gallons each.
Beer shopls as well as 'ante-ns can be t'fr-
nished the abuve at a low figure by

Front Street, Hamilton.
2nl, 18.-2.

Birthlday, Xmas
A Great Variely it tlhe Royal Gizette Sta-
tionary Store.

WINES for the Season.' Claret WINAE.

[? URGUNDY-Sparkling,
UfI A.11I' GNI-M16et &C flia,,don's Extra [h

Vuuvr ly
i" St. 1'eray.
iCLAI l r'-Aledoc PFn sie house Cot
,.ag u .33 successive ye'rs.
IOC K-(- Liebl'raumieh.
LIQU I'.LUl'a-Maras*chino
CrLhum Je Cocoa
Cherry Cordial.
M .\ RSA LA.
I'ORT-Very old bottled
From lthe wvood
I'a rra'i oiia.
t'." i i_; V 1 .n'- ni tillado, Manza illa, 5l illa
Nauiiial \i c.
L bottled .S'I'OU '&. \L--Bull-log i.rand.
P!)tLLIIN.-A lIS Narur.Ll Minueral Water.
Engli-lit '1 I'S &. BACON,
iltin, -'.-.idl.- r &. ilt-liire ilC H -E ':- E ,
'Coupres ted I t A -- l-.(t..,!';st & Ilawini, roman
HliUldIoni j- S. Georges.
October (9, 1 SS2.


'- XIFECFI'IED To 'irive per Schr.
GOODWVIN 'rom N'ova, i'cotia, mo-
miently looked for,
Frimne- Garnet Red

B s-le :tei.d esp l : ii<:lyifor B, ruiui l .a market,
Best M.i,:i.-hjantable BRICK6
Onion SHO)iOK -. &c., c.,
which will be otffre'd vt-ry.l -Choip for Cash ont
the Wharf,
^'t. George'. s, Lth lovr, I .
fo- f'le.

- J-~, $'-N-IZ


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', pply i >




l Ui.,-al i.,ylt''e.,' .',t. l, l,
'r.- spert,
etweein li t fe ouri I'[I a.m. anid I p.'n.
Oel bher 16, 1 -2,

3B er n u d a I c el,
Made from Pure Rain Water.

Cani be ut..-d und,-r !ii -ire,iiistanc's 5\\itiout tlht
dlantig r ;ittem ',i t all .i1 j'-rte-J et-, wiieli in
most. CriSs atfl.! the S'rit-e i in te saie ha!n-
in-r a~ a chrl-ti.i. i ,r'l likr i l-I aler.
The Siubcibri' is now prepare'! to furnish Iee
at Depor, u ini.i',y -. iiL e fr-...n Ii a.m. daily,
ani de-l'-red iti tlatuiltn and Vicinity flow a
a.m. C t-a o',cllek--5uinudys exc.pted.
P ice al I ul l'.. p,.-i poIunid.
This being .. horn-- iAdu-try I respectfully ask
a Cui'liiitiUtce of' tie Public p.ti'onige.

riamilton, May 15, 188,.

Recently Received from LONDON,
C (t'ases 2 IDozen e.ich)
SCLARET, St.Enmil;or,,"
S" 'led, e,
i ."1 Julien,."
Boiled by the well k tow.mi lrru of Claret In.
porterr, II. II. WVILIIAM!S &. CO., Winll Me,-
chants, London, are now offered for S is at
reitsion ble rate., by
Frout Street, flamnilton.
November 13,1882.

For Sale,
150 BAR P RELS Early Rose PO-
ITATOES-specially select-.
ed for Seed,
200 Barrels Best Table POTATOES
150 Barrels Fish GUANO
50 Bag.y Southern FERTILIZER
And a few Bottles of ONION SEED which
will be sold from this late at 4, per bot-
tle to Cash Customers.

2nd. Bn. The R.I. Rif.

SrENDERS are invited for the
PURCIlA-SE ol' REFFUSE oftile De-
machuent at Sr. Georue's, from lst Desember
.VX.., during -tav of the :iatin. in Bermuda.
For particulars plea.,e apply to
Qr. Msr. T. CLEARY,
10th Nowr., 18S2.-twie pd.

A Card.

C. J. Stansby, M.D., O.M.,
M3Iember of the Royal College of Surgeons,
England. Licentiate of the Royal College of
Physicians, London.
East Broadway, Hamilton.
Dr. Stausby may be consulted at Mrs. Ma-
nard's, near Mangrove Bay, Somerset, on
Thursday a 0t IJ',. a.m.
Novemb-r II, l.s.-tf

One Hundred Dollars

.. RE 1'RD.
1 Second Hand BUGGIE THE above Sum will be paid for
1 New Open CARRIAGE such information as will convict the Per-
i;oth will be sold Cheap to close a Consign-' son, or e'craous who, on Sundayv Night Ist, went
ment, .oWn board the Yachit ZEP;lYI," and manici-
ALBERT INGLIS. ously cut aid destroyed her Sail and Alast and
St. George's, October 4,182. Stole the dder.
i-m-T rirT1-- lInnilton, October 9, 8S A.S T.2.

LN "J JIlJj.

ducted jointly by us from .Innuary Ist,
1..2, to date, i lheieby disc,atinued, and ull
.Amiunts DUi .' for jl'j.Ies.sion iil 'ervires up to
'e-prr. 3illt 1m.a 2, ;eo r.-quJestd tI he A ID )to
;'IiEODt)D tI:il .JU t 'it'.ti )l l !!1F, aiid all
S-ni1iiit- from 'J I r. I, I v' 2, Iv late, to S. i".


1) V. S.
i *,liiltoii, ()Ocu her 25, --1 i. .-

IT MJo-,
,J 4 Front..trjee;, i 5
A re read y to take Orders for Gent's

1W hite Dress Shirts,
.L e... ,r r:,kt n. fir (i ,t ,'antl ed.

A Large i-sortmenti ijr
.i i1 ithie desi ,e:.
( Sf r ln, if i a is, iin h li ira1 .
I 'or 0 i' i'e-ir e to ti't a il.' to<
J. :i. MeNEILL, & CO
l.:mihio., Aougni 29, i ..t. *


Office aLt ICE i-iOU-C1', ihslt Broadway.

Removal of Barbering

From Queen to Front Street, Up.
stairs Over ANo. 47.

'fliE IUndersigued in thanking
tithe Puilic rid tole Inrdi;ditants geiierally
for tie literal patronAge they have extended
toa ard- him, hopes Ly strip t ,Ltentikon to 3--i.
te-s at his 1 NEW E':T'ABLlAI;IIENT, F.oSr-'l -
,*-nee L'p.tairs over No. 47, to merit ciin-
i.... ........'... ... Z .:. :, .. :. -_
,il..i uy .Juy 1 l" 2.


The Smithery Business
TOIOMERLY carried on in Hamilton by
SF. W. VOS;AIMEL will in future becon
di.i.tued by
F. IV. S. VOSMER and G. IV.
With their extensivf- knowledge of the busi-
ness, the observance of punctuality, and with
a guarantee of satisfaction generally, respect-
fully tulicites a shareof the Publio Patron .go.
Hamilton, Oct.b er 2nd, Id12.


VWatclmaker and Jeweller. 18 Years ex-

iti" Subscribers would resl.eclulliy inforn --. .
S ihe people of ii.LmitoJin .nd vi.:-. ity hia t Waehes, Clocksl ani fJewe'lery
they are ,now p:eparud to friend i all Ordr a Jweery
hor le. in a first class w:iinner and at Ih iei.s, ,, Cleland alnd repaired.
tble price ofa ilail-i'iny p-r pouird. 7 Every ut-scription of repairing done,
We will keep costantly oun hand at tlih Nei Queen Street, Hamilton, o
Ice House, East llroa.ilay, a -upply ol : ,tober lth, l2. 3 months
throughout the year Jfr tile reitefit of cuitr It- _-t__ _u_, la "2._
toruers who Liay re-quire lee during winter .
zioutl he Liverpool S6 Londou
lBy prompt attention to our customers and
strict attenlioi to our bu,iiie,., e to re d LaJ D GLOBE INS /-.

S- --- c c-cave a s are ot il e iPublic p.Itronage. atce Company.
Ice delivered daily (.-uialdu)s e Iepted) ill
S. A. -i l, Iard Stone Lim e. Omeito a0d vic yto IIE Undersigned having been appointed
SURGEON DENTIST, 6----- 30 p. daly, Sunda)s excepted, whei i Agents in Bernida for the above Comn-
Havig returned by the "Orinoco" will rsue -%. .-. ill be open from to rl. ,pauy (one of the leading Offiees in Great Bri-
his ProfCssional cities at his iOlriceu o-ri. "Sale tain and of 46 years standing) are prepared to
the Medical H.dll. I L & ntit of' the above warrant- JOHN B. STAHLi & CO., offer protection against FIRE at Moderate
Iiimilton Steibr 18of A ao w EaRi Draadway, FlRila it drl's.
Ilanilton, Sptember 26, 189-2. A ed. Hardly Stone-, for Sale at. CooMus June '20, I~- ?._ r. The Annual Report of this Company imb.
FAri, oitharal)pton, West". -- emitted at the last Generil Meeting in Liver-
anted, Arra. me i may e made or devry at Lime Lime !! Lime 1 01 in May, chewing Dividend then declared,.
S (thlof9 oe, b tho Kiln or at. any puit of the Island ont appli- 1 1 with many other interesting :-tatistics, the
(,bout the 6th of Novemberr next) cation to i Undatned will bi. pleased to show to any.
ST. P,'ER iiE. lEI burnt with l Cedar Wood. one iwho may apply to then at their Office..
A T, to look aftei 1a "r, l, I .- 3 L "and ColI, c,.n he purchased at the Kiln J. H. TRIMINGHAM & SONS
liose and ftrap. f this Papr.I --------------- in this 'iown from one bushel to 25 at 9d.; Hamilton, Bermuda, ( .
SiPldv Rt 1the. t!h,3.tis Lope i or all orders over 2.'5, special arrangeitenUts can 4th August, 18l2. "m.
Hamilton, october 3th _____ i Receivin g ,,fr111 o on, be made.
1 Via Nw York pr ** Orinoco,'' at the .yl OIn app'icatioii at Itloyal Gazette" Office.
Jor.wsot'k or "" Oi o,t,'" at the t,..bol
HOrses, Caazetti'eS .l o.e. Stu'tionery Store. laih.u, May 15), !-8..g
.Carts fr Hire. Praver BOUO K.. '.1- ..g.iuemns or tlelivry t .,ay par Horses, Carriaoes and
-..'3,1 (l.~kib r'vgmlI_ fo L __Iv y t ay ar

_. ----h. Ivory' and Limp Back,
rIAis-na 1ymn iBOOK ancient and luunderln
HE Buisl.s lhre'tolfre carrie Collier's an. Little Arthur's Hisitory of Eng-
Son b:riHOMAS HARVEY i now con- in bottles with brsh
d tEd liM'o 'iii's 1n r lre Lttrc'i. UGU in bottles, with britb3h
dIte- l:y and top
EIiWAID J. IG[HT B URN, Lead Pencils Steel Pens
Church Street, Hamilton, Tissttue PAPER-assortcd-i colours
September 9th, 16.J2. Violiu bTRINGS c., &c.

Oa the I-la -, can .-Alo mu nade.

Carts for Hire.

NRn. lf lflo'inO- p The Under-4ig,,d having a fit oij iln the alovr..
Board & Lodl i .9 Line-, aIT.(a o<'oi,.,, ...,( ,,,,,
S riverssittad respec uilu i. sl..a .
IS6 BRUCE, Private Board a;,d c -ron.. ,
Lodging York Street, West End, St. JOHN .. :-TMtu v,
George'. C12J Near the itctIu,= 8'8-. m" \
October 28, 1882. July t4, 1882.-6 m


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WEEKiY i'EPOitT OF TlE WIEATHER at i The Bermuda Correspondent of the Halifax the same opportunity of inviting the writer of a
Gilab'A Hill Light Station at Lit muda, between the I Herald, letter in the C.' ,...- of the I-Sth October to .iddultte
13th and 19th Novetber 1832 height above the sea nl etvd, n,..e in suflpport of hi stat.:-ient that we
tinia 246 feet ,t loase, whore the llegister is kU-pt. In the GAZETTE of the 7th instant we comment. hv- as-urun,-. slfati.-ient amn in.l.-ut nait', to-,. ed ou a letter which hi.d recently appeared in the .-wad.-auy iu.aUti.u in thid .:a iiliui-
Date. Hliifax Herdi dated from the-e I lanau. and we ty. We bLve- uo int -ntionu al Itdiin the pt'-.[eut
3 & remarked that the writer of the 1-tter refe.rr,-d to dis-i:usa.iou dwindle, a'qfar a- we uto coun'-,ernued, in-
183. bd mae little progress in the history of this t... an x .f ngry personalti-. W -hul
N. I ... = GeneralRoemrks. Colony, ina.rmuch as h. l:,as,.l his aniaadvet-tion be. glan for our -,'n e,-rri--on.lent-,, as.'v-ll a th.::t-e
N r ou th,. Huuse of A-.,-uilly on it, hirin,, a. ha-' tif atherb nrospa-,.per, to it, All ':l_,tirt-:.v iu then'
-Noon : 1: V S ituagpiued, parcelled outt th LIaua in t,1a-leiti,: al c:,rim uin ..--,tiun-. ThI:- a.tu-e o trlt[ [ w ,oiil nU t
-oo P.irishe -with a a ,ood proviitai for eac.h frt'ai the esuuiltl-the -,aus..:- of p.t': a, u..1 Mo..' -- i' --' '--n--- lPubt-lic reveunul, and htavilg .lu.,se tle gravyards i-reitly bew-n.t--l. ut.h i l.e ItiAf ,li.u.n-in :' ifpu,-
14 N 1 9 67 9' ", Fi e a-ainst all lut the Epi-.-pal r.-.r., and li out li-. iuestioa- Au. itf it .In i.e 1 ',-!.-,-u th t 1.u:,n v in-
I1 SW 7 7 n'7, 5 'o'Ao) Very unsealed g e i rtl i .ru, th, ll,. 1 A :, ty, ., we ,. tri- .-. wit ,. v ',
16 N' 916i- 4 4 1 6 9ny h th,, written' tIala-.1. a.l a il-.u whit had i ,..:au to diftl r on .rhalt.. ,u -ti,,n ,1 i..n-uultr Ol ; .
17 .N e9 ', 6 ]'9'i7I" i rnuv' lh ak '" Pray, -_eutl-i-mn, whiit riahLt ,youi IIou- eva,:- dir.-1-....-t, wi sh-ll l- l la b.a s e,:..-er t.. uiake
18N NNW 43; 11G 629'670 0-07 Fine, nettled ,:-rable Hone to do th,.. thinug'-" am.?n I NW 3; 6.3 t -32)'510) 0-0') 1Thliek, clouJy We (.aled attenti,.,n to the fict, 'kuowi to every bL.- to tax t- -ithL it.
JOnEPHUSP PE1INClIIEF. l:T'.-roUu inoderate'ly aa',luinted w-ith our hi ,torv, tli. tt
tisaJOSEPHUS PEH INCH IEP. s aig il'd-era.a l.-trayd a c.-da,-.l initkLI.- a-. Latu fio. Ithe U'nileed States amid Europe.
to thu facts advertced to, the ot iinal -.l
t t i-ti l1) I IatU., the Glel'es and rthe lands on whiI:h the Churcehels The Mail sta.amer Orino.-..," Captdu 'Fra-i-r.
"were ,,tiginally bilt not having ia auy in-t.ii:e frint N-w Yr'k, arrived on SnuJ.y dlat. She l.-ft
...........-.- -......-- -..-..-.. Le-,a m:n du to th the C('Iura.h Uby th fi House o.f A-, 1-i- the City at 4 p.m. ,iaI Thurd'l:ay, ; and !a.'idl the 1:u,.l
amirlnton, .No-t'lember y./ 8 0a,', ur the Legillattre, but having been mntade b-, at : ; a.. ,.u '.ouAly mirainu-, Ir2th-iung hd a blau.
lton ovemberthe original owners of the land, and thi.t 1.a :foe tiflly sra,.,oth -e.t mot ,f the- tit-.
S* ..-- -. 7- ..-....- the prient politic:d. Coutitutioon was cr-eated. We ,, indebted to ItCaptain Fi'ns:,-t. Mi. Pinrser
CUSTOM HOUSE---HAMILTON. We quoted front anient records a sag;e showing aunl titer friend for N,:w York pii, ,:,i'
NrEREED. that as early ,b 1619 ai part of the lhand c:ali;d the the l'jti inUnt:iit.
November 20-Brigt. Ida Maud, Davidson, Chart- overplua hai been tlaprupriat'd, to the hur,:h, -
lottetown, Prince Edward Island; ansorted and another pait to Saudyd Tribe, in recoua- ACCIDENT TO THE NEW YORKL MAIL
cargb, horses, &c., to H. C. Outerbridge. pmense of ,.iiS Glelae Land that "the owun-rs of STEAMER.
Schr. Maggie, Darrell, Bangor, Maine; box ma- '." that tribo had bought for Pembroke Tritb-, as The ste.-ner Orinoo," whil.:-- .u her way front
trial, ..., to B. W. Walker & Co. b "also by re'laso that the I-lntd called Irel.nd, i s. toh Huariilt.-. on a Snu.lay, Pith Nov:.-l.mer, :it ...r
Bchr. Aldytha, Nelson, St. John, N.B. ; box rna- biug a piatt of the said Tril.e, proved for the.: la-t a.,,ait 7 a.m., i'roinde-ld a..ani a.o i, in the c,.hnu,-1
terial, a&e, to Trott & Cox. part b.aeu and unprutitable." D t the Ea-tv End. oft thae Militaryv H.-pit d "at St.
S. S. Orinoco, Fraser, New York ; Mails and mer- Had the correLpoundnt of the He'rald bec-n as in- G.,:,rg.s. The Master of the -t,-aitn"r forttinatt.-l.'
chandize.-Agents, Trott and Cox. duatrioue to find out and piopagate the truth as to .l,-:nlv saw thie drlatn:r into wt,.h hie feel: ao..-rttii
LEArED., censure the Asoerf..tly ior it supposed injustia.e ho tiae pilot, (ir-ge Fo.x, rUiuin:l- lhe res,:-.l, an.i
Nruw would, w e think, hav te ait,:kD ow l d .l- d that this tat roiv ra- t tie p,,lllin nt.L'.hiu-ry in ti mia ha) re nlet
November 20--chr.NelUie Starr, Soule, Brunswick, a n rttll lr -avB -d th t ,d the p-ru11llu ii;ni c .- r in tinu to reudei
Ga. least was sufficient evideuce that tho Houtse t AS- the -.,iut.i.At a A-litht one. Divetr Luher mi,,l.d- a
,PASlaMCN. E sentbly had not laid out their g'l\. tromathe public thorough ex:tuin.ttion of tLe- Oritin'_a'as" bottom
]ands forth Epiopd inctors. on -2th, iudirl, that -- lit,.l only scrapl,, to
In the Mail Steamer Oriou,'o on Sunday last from ane more ther Epaiuta iied tathe. Bermuda Le- bri-htt-h,- r "" f-i t l"u.t l and ;:,t stwru.u- le. t
-New Yorlt :-Rev. Dr. Rullinuasworth and Miss E. gislature had in the matter of religious grants out of her keel. Her bilge plates were il-tact, and tho
Holiingsworth, Rev. T. W. Winfield, Dr. R. M. of the Putblic Revenue during the Ltit half century, a,,,tt.m c ,f the -,-.el plrf,:ct. geueiafly. The I-v- r
Grilffts. Mrs Grifliths. two children and nurse, been as liberal as any Col,..nial Leilisl.ture with mo,l an at.'ivrit ka for, a Notar: Publio to th ..
Mt.uand Mrs. John T. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. A. whose acts we were acquainted, and -ite.d in rof facts
Asiley, Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Joell and three child- of this the Legislat in favourof thie r-.
ren,Lt. CG.B. Neate, R.N.. Dr. Barnes, A.M.D., ligious denominations frorn the tim,:- when the- Pies- Thursday, Nov. 9. was observ-ed as a d v of
Mrs. ~k U. Newrman, Mrs. F. K. Outerbridge, Miss byteriana were first admitted to participat,- in the thanksgiving throughout the Dominion of Cauada.
Louisa Frith, Miss Cohen, Messrs. 8. 8. Ingham, public grants, a little more than tifty years ago, to thes grnr stht the ion
Jr.,.-Wm. Pilkingtnn, J. E. M. Frith, John Weer the time when complete relliou.. a 1tiaLty a tm.) the The Leeds Mherry" says that the resi'natiou
sa.4 Frederick S. Joell.-2nd Cab;n, Oliver E Ben. rants was lt-galized in 0I 1t. Out position on uthi 1.y L.:,d Selb,.,.re .i the L,.,r 1 Hih Ch.Acee-ll.erhip
iou' and W. U. Paynter, and live in Steerage. ,,int bat not been in any way arailod so far. t-, niac-, iMinta ut.
The R. M. Steamer Alpl.u, Crowell, hnuce at A correspoundent of the ('/,...,a,,, whio has "un:- The Londoa **Daily Now.," ,f the 16th -y:I
Halifax. 1:3th instant. thing to say" about the letter to the Halifax that the rep.rt.d i:h.ange, i the L'.oIlinet are eutirelyv
8.'hr. Kit Cja.oi., wasloading at Bangor, 13th 1I,,lld', but who write to vindlieate its at iteints, conietural. Mr. .,'l.-toua has nut opened the
inrt., bx mterial for S. s. Int -ana and with a want of temp:r w-li:h remiudc one Cqu,:-tion of a re,.liu,.tin ,f th dinuistry.
Brig.atine Al fd sa i. Irna C ,, fo strongly of the tone of the l-tter it--lf, .av.i that no The cotie-p.onouet of the "Stau.larl'" at Parit
Brigaputin- Aifrd- sailed from Coiuwalis, f one disputes that a solitary cas-of that kindame-an-- iy hie he ar fr..m an authentic source that the
thii port'16thist. ly the appropriation to the Church of a part of the RFi.,iau gov.intui-ient. has de.-ided tao sutlppress all itz
The Dlphi'a--was loading at Liverpool, G.B., for overplus) exists. But in tact we li-Il not allude to e'u'.tssies utl 1-gation: in Gerumvny with thle c:.-
Bermuda, on 4th inatant. i -,olitary case. The quotations tul the old records e. itiou of tho:-e at Berlin and Stutty.rt.
Schr. Mary Z. I.Dmn, cleared at St. John, N.B., shewed, nut only how the Glebe in Suadys or Suoith- Japanae e dl-.-orations ;are to bie conferred upou
forHamilton. Bettiuda, 14th inst., with n.eo'ted amptoan came to he appropriate to the Church but ti,e, ofl'ers atit crew- .if the BritiPh ship-of-w:ar
cargo to W. T. James. also how the Glebe in Pembroke was originally ac- Flying Fish, iu r,:-,','ruitiou of their re -.-ue an-1 afe
c-r-o t .|e quired. cudu:-t of tho,.i envoy to Conrei anad his
We ate inomedEt the relief of Regients a The quotation therefore aecou nts for 2 ont cf the f,, on the ,:ea.ion of the rmcut outbrea-:k.
Se are informed that the relief of Regiments at le qu B da. I u u 1, o tr of t C a the propriers a Elio
spring. w t take la ne tuti of the Company, the proprietors t the Patrick Joyce has ben nvicted of participation
Ma or Luard, R.E., ha received orders to e- oil, enacted as follows : in the murder of the Joycef family iu Ireland and hi-
Major Luar, RE., ha received order to em- e thes the pb.k lau shall re-eiv th been sentenced to be hangel oIn Decmber 15 -
bark for Bem-rudo i Dt-ember to relieve Colonel m division ensuing, for raubh.k use aud ru-mie., The second of the new rula of Parlianeutarr pro-
MacDonsall, WE.,whoe period of foreign service a Fifty acres next to St. George-s To,,u shall be cure has been adopted by the !House of'Cowu-
-haa ex-pired. 4 a)pproprinted f.or ever in quality or Glebe lan nion,.-- frealt Britain declines to allow Turkey to
-" to the Minister; and fiity uther ar-ret next to sand an Ottoman Comumisaioner to. Egypt.-- Oue
The postponed performances of the Serz'eants' Haringlon and H:inilt)n Triue in like --ort to ot the lieutenautts of tIe Fal- ProuiAhet in the Sjudain
Amateur Dramatic, Club, Royal Irish Rifles, will another mihi-iter." t ha been captured and harng,d.-- It is said that Pre-
take place on Monday and Tuesday next, 27th and This aiccountts for the origin of two more of the sideut Gravy had apopleeti attacks tou Monlday and
28th, on which oc-casions Masters Frank and Alfred Glebes. Tuesday. He was well enough yesterday toi drive
Cheiesimuan (ou., of the Sergeant-Bugler) will ap- Tie history of the 5tIh is not so easily traced. (,ut.- France is about to ratify the tceaties einciolu
pear-anild si ini ebhaaceter. This being their first But we ho1, when the Htar'-./ -:..rresrpoi.l:nnt next ed by M. de Brasza ou the C'n,.ri Riv --r -- It is b.:-
appea..auee .wiU bet- quite a novelty and we hope sai-ke,' his:,pltamrantu..e a., a public: tiea:iher or c i.-or li, that tSpan is aboauh to tc :h i ..a -":ia) of ti'
tley will befavournd withbumpar houses. I, h- wiil be g.-._di en:ouigh to s:ay whlrthl.r th. above p,.rt ,of Saunta C(ruz de Pequenta, .n the eo:ia: ',if
u,_________ I., t titons ,io ad dr ua'.t di-prov-e his a-t it1ii#ientt that Mori,,ceo.- The crew ai_ the boatof the S t-:iinflIr
BOAT Acr, ,.--On "Wdn..l r. tt', Housea f AAweiubly laid out ahe tGlel:- l:iund. Weitlphalia have beeu re'eued. T L.: r ,art hllviig
w a P -O e M The ke,',.,e.y lsor r- ,aad.-.ut s'avi tbo-' wv., nio .ena the,, n sta-.'lerw,; which i. v; I t'de
ward nSith, t -bile returning tu hlis lcli at St. hu,. in -l ,tudi i Bern in Westhalia go dawu with all hai. Pita lroe I '.
Georges from Shelly Bay in an open boat with a li.,. Wlalt the ext ia,.,rt of this 6 xare-.i., j:ust |elfoie the stetner sank.- FIlkirk won the
sail-having with hia his wile, daughter and two v bi w, ,1,, n pr-t,:nd to klnw. WhaI we ,, race for tha .",hte\shbirr sons---when nearly opposite the Old Ferry, the boat., Low frla ity i- tha.t ( i u t,. 2.l .-1Au4 -t, 12 hm- Er yp ii au g-reru-ry au ,e bo
was sirucA by a heavy ifaw front the North-west, th.: irsIt 'o.- ca settler' three we.,k-a aft.-r l.iutEgpia tion o'l th Eta peau moiuti t-l.a -
the boom jitled and imniediatelya flaw from in Bermudta tundr "a Master I. More, G iunv:.-,,', f tu th Eurpint cOmru!.i.
the suuth otf the land .truck the boat whi,.ah threw D,.patie:e of the SoLwumer Islaund" stiubcrib,-.1 ci- Cuunt Kalnoky has a sured -th, Aiutro-Hun tria-.
the occupants to leewau-d, causing thu boat to fill taiu aLticles which wte -eut by the Deputy Gov- del*igations that no uistarta.jce I t I hi general peace
and rollover: tho daughter, aged about 10 years, c nor to the e..:.mpany of adventurers in England, of Europe need be appre'.audd.
Immediately sank, and but for the tim,-lytaid of Mr. th first ..f whi..h article was aL follows : Spain still refuses to tbhe Cuban re(ugeq
Brangman in his gig Loatf, who proniptly went to Firt. We do taithfully pr,:,mise and by thea? to England.
theirassist-nc-t, Mrs Swith, w.,uld doubtless also pl.rsint- sle-raly Ainud ourselves ev.-rm-ta, t.) Rutia is endeavuuriniu to replace ite native oaie:v'.
have met a watery grave, as S h was beneath the ''~rhbip thjt afore:-rial only true and er-liviun n R,-umania by Rusian official.---A d,-eree ol dis-
,uriace of the water, when one. of the mienfrointhe "G, who hath mal-e the heavens and the ,-.rth, solution of the marriage of C,a-r i! V.'ellesly Lug,
gi boat dove down and rescued her. f the set and all that therein is t a,.l been granta:i.--A nou-tuit wv& bHi result A f li
The body of the unfortunategirl has not yet been ever to otiuue in that fuith into the wl hi iu action briglt byt M. Coqn.ain, th -Frec actor. nwd
reov-ired. -were baptized in the Church of England, and to M. Mayer, the Ibeatrical rian-i -er, against each!
stand in defence of thesame against all Atheint other.-Goggles wou the rac, for the Liverpvual
AwrTULCATraoTRPoe.-ThePoor Aaylum, Hali. "Pupists, Anabaptists, Browuists, and ail otlh, r Autumn Cup.
fax, N.S., animmncse cix story building, was total- Hereties and iSeetirie, whatsoever, dis,r-atiung Iu the debate on the ci.sure Mr. Gladstone s.i i
ly destroyed by fire on the night of the 6th instant, fromr the said word aud faith." that the Irish could unot obtain ri-it government i
and 01 of the 300 unfortunate inmate. burnt to That leaves nuo doubt what the ciclesiasti,:al pro- they uarrowd the time tc.r dis,,u' by wbivti al!in,
death. fes-i,:au of the first Settlers was. such legislation could be enacted.
W1e- have been kindly handed by a gentleman- In 16"'j the Somer- Inlauds Company in a letter The Loudou T'a..'- Iai n-.t much hope that Aim.r-
who *ir in' Halifax at the time tind witnessed the to thlc Lord Chamberlain, the Earl of Dort--t, a:i.l: iean politics i' ill bi- improved by th .- rzonciliatiou. ,.
dreadful calamity-with a lHalilfax paper of the ".TheCorpaunyhave:;ilwaystaki-ucaretoh.iveth the republican factious.
-th-i0stant, from which we copy into our to-day' disipline ui the Clurah mf Enlan,.l u,-d in t!,o Wetgate, who alleges taal ha is one of the Phb.
iasae aomeparticularasof the dread'ul circumstance., Ilahnds. i Neither will we in auy nix Pta'k murderers, is to hi br,,u-;ii taI Englaui'J
A letter from HalliJarx, say :- caseomit in our general letters uuow to be seut to from Jamaica.
The-Rerd. F. R.Miurray, the Rector of St.Luke "the utuoe t of ouu r phwr t enjr.,in confority t. A '**mooulighter" ii Iredland ha- been seateiced to
who was in delicate health at the time has been the vh. either do the Ca. eve year a rvitud.
danegrouly ll; ie wjas w king at thehit -, and any know of ana y practice uted either t, I se.i y ers' IarChlr
destroyed one of his iungs.---I am gLad to say he i "uu,:nonformable Ministers but contrary iu the 325,u0u0 Protistants.
foW better. choreo of the Minuisters sent into the Islaud a In Prunsi-a tieLre aLe 17,64..,36. Protestants, '),2,.,,.
S" principal inquiryof this Cotupauy is after their 136' Catholic', ~E..',,3t") Jews, 42,52i Dis-'sentuera, an.
."" i ~"contormity to the discipline of the Church iof 22,206 persona professing no leri'"ion.
THE WESTPHALIA DISASTER. "England. Thle Japanese believe that thbo fir-t man was uno
Lotfoo, Nov. 15.-A despatch from Newhaven If these quotations are not sufficient to prove Ad:tm but Hu-Siung who made his wife of clay and
-tattes that the third officer, two quartetmasters that tlhe Elpis-opal Church was in legt. at-inding baked her forty days.
and -thrae seamen, constituting the crew of the boat dntrig the e rly part of the 17th Ceutury, anl ii- "-- "---_ -----_
sent firomn the Wetphaliat in seartch of the steamer ideed front the irst settlement of thu Colouy, th.-:y EGYPT AS IT IS.-The Egypt of to-day i
which c-ollfded wilt. the Wertphalia, have been at least will suffice t...abhew what ts met-ant at a soou en : Arab towns of muI. huts, 1..,ng lines, oi
ladid l.uore by a Blg'itan pilot boat. They report period by givin- O-lebe L:.,nd to the Chituch. loaded caelms awl doukeys, aud their uitn ked or h.ldf
htia .seawn tihe otlhto-teaminer iuk, with all hands. The writer m the Col..,,.,: speaks apparently with nakeldriver-, a-Il alz Arab boy ,a,,l womn-u l.i-.
Thu;.eiiphali.' was surveyed in the duck at Ports. authority lor he says I ,a1a, that no dissut.-r ing for backheosha ; the fi,-lds of thu Nile :and th,
aont to.daoy. The damage oaa the starboard ido "wi11 be so demented as to demand general ainti.i- the .'reat river itself: the mo.iaue :ird in mret
extendafrom -the stem to forty feet aft, and on the m-,ioa to the Parish G-iaveyards. n, the Ep,,ml thu ho,:aaied won-en and turbaue.1, loa: r.,obe m,-a ;
poll side from Lhe atom to fifteen feet aft. The rtor t an' ~ aom' that I,' o; / tXct.*'.,s i,'l l .a' i' .f'i the ua.:aia aud pI ai; ;id in thi ta t ,,' great .e-t ii
hole on the port side is nine feet across. A large ao't V .,,r- f t ai,' E,',.'a iEt.ja r otl.rr tway tH.'.i ,m luxury alone~ with poverty, dirt with Jdes:potinat ; :it
piece of the steamer with which she coUllided, in- ar/at,'aroi Act f Par!',iie:,t." the plagues iuiIluuhng au abnoimal ar-overnmeut :
cludig anmenframes, is sticking in the bole. The As nothing is easier than to show that not. an sugar mills and p:alacees, and an e-pluab)lo tempe-ra-
Wetphalia' atom appears to be sound. The vessels nch of the Parish Churchyards iu Bermud.. has ture, with .utmet that nev-r fail-. allure Butd

appeat'to have met stem to stem. After striking cen given bty any Act of parliament or or tte dethinu the tyo.--"F,'m 4 Pa'.. ., a, 'hi ,',,.a ,"a.
the'W*estphalia on the port aide, itr is prQbable that colonial Legislature, to any rector or minister, we by H,. S.S. Cx.
thp'ter M teaine swuug ronad and scraped along .a anticipate that this authoritative a.n-ertion fore- ..
th a'sstarboard side. The latter vessel, ha'dows the withdrawal of claims which itis evi- A Texas palmer describes an ,ij,00 acre po:nr
Sdeqit. e extebibive damage hesustained, accord- .ent, at least as far as this writer is concerned, r.ianhe in that 'tate entir,-ly devoted to the breeding
lng'Ao latest -account, waited six hours before have been based on a total misappreheuaiou of the of ponies fo:r.:.hil-dren. The bteediug stock cousi;t-
asking for.a port of refuge. The third officer bf nature and history of tho title to those Chuar.:h- of .,-ven Shet!nihd tallionmu aiud for tv-fivea mn'r-,
the Westplaiiha reports that after pulling about f-r yards. A Parliamentary title indeed to land has all thor.:l:hred, anud tw, hiAudred.a small spottel p.:',Y
nearlAt,*Qoh.titi, he .-iw the vessel godown about always been regru'ded as a title of the vely hi-heat mares" Thee little ponies range over the prairies
two hatidred yardss distant, but. was unable to and most -acred order. But as thii writer, in the like ., .s:ep and : re da-scribed an very a-etle.--. e:-
ascertin &or name or nationality. He saw flames name of all nou-co:auformists, repiudiates all claim tmlid .!,,,ria.".
hurst _.orth from thu sevamer before sbo sank. on their part if the title of the Churchof Englan.-d "
[The Weetphaiia from New York bound to Ham- or its MiniTters can be shown to rest ou any other Ti Aurora D.-realis appeared in beautiful if:'ri
burg, eoliiabdd witlhan unknown Steamer, .nppos- than a Parliamentary title, we -,hall take an early to the North ...t thi-, Islands at about f,.ur o'lek..kI
ed west-ward bound; off Beaehy Head, England, on opportunity of furnishing the proof he is in search ou yesterday mornin..-. It is soir:- time sina.e th'
the night of the L2th instant. The night was very of, only regretting that our remarks have ahead North,.in Lights have been seou the.e I.s-
dalk.] run to such ltngth that we muutd,;fer those pr.ofs aucds.
S_______ for the present. 1
But we cannot close without inviting the writer A sl-al p retort is sometiime- better thou an arga-
TwoAmeriean -ags were carried in (he Lord of the letter in the (rhiet,.t to make go.,,d theaster- meut. When Sir' Johu ibecaame exasperated at a
Myo.r' proeeslsion tioan that the G,,zt.',e is the hliam.ion of a ineie puppy who p.,-Aisilt.d iu asking itaipertii.-nt qu.:,-
A Iridt journal claims that Mr. Gladstone has majority evErywhvro isn..ring aotr dia:ctinu from. lion hE- ;udd-.- din uued t.up.u him and li1., "i' o
Clearly declared his opinion as to the lecqNiry for "the tight ciof those whu happen to ditler from its pay< ihe do- taxs for you, -ir h" and thar.j really
houa rule in'Ireland. Editor in religious faith." And we may take ieemel nj room for further remarks. -

(An abstract from an ar/ide in Ihe London Times.)
The great strides which the Souileru Slates of
the American Union m'qd.: during the last decade,
ax d.mnonstrat.-di by the fihtir.-s of the census of
lSj.O, have been the subj-:-t of approving comment
on both ,wides of the Atlauli.. *
"Only lands andl debts," impre.,ively said a
.iitlertiu delegate at thi, recent Banke-rs' Conven-
tin 'It Saratu.a. thle ,.juth had left at th.l? el)s_
of the. w.r." Yet J.r people ultiuattely went to
wO: i tod.,, the .:no a'n.Il e't rid of the other,
anli :f r tr ::.'ca vial t int r.llji.ut d o,:.ti.i to
t0 ,: U'.?._t dl i: tht-Y h 11 ,. a hii v,,l r-V sult- 'r,!',ih
ai'' -i urprli-int: t'' thl mi :- !re a. t, thr- ti:t of the
w.l", Id B,11 their tion wn..-.tili
a :nfferer from heavy d,,bt- and th'o absen'-e of
muouey, and cottL:.n wa the1 only ctop upou whii:h
IoanIs could be r.aied. Tht-re w.mre f i. i,auk-.
tl0.- wv.i.4 ahiort universally ,:':uduet'dl by
factor' at tlhe s*Yipping p.)rt-. N.:it!her ftictor nUjr
banrk could lon ii on auy oth, r sei.rity than cotton
or mules, and thou the advance was unly made 0:1
the pledge of having tiI aidin-.- -.f tbhe owwer'
cotton. TrT ,-ecure inu anti. ilati.:u of the crop th
ne.:-ess.,ry provi.i.:nus, ankl-, or fartniu,- to:..,I aund
fertilizere, the pihJut"r ha]d to pl..l.Pge h1,i cotton to
be delive'i.'i at the f.ct.,r's itor-:ioit,~ in the au-
I ium n. W.', .-'iv .r tl,:' ti init ot' t .o f .l-.:u.:' loi u,
it hi.i 1 to epii'i in full within the' v .--r., s.o hat the?
factor oul1 make. unew advances f,'r tlih following
ceas,'n. C'otuti b',inog the neirett l.,-'itlite for
niona.Y, the pli.unt:' u\-vered i very p:. l I i:-re ith
ect,.n that ? .o ld :. f r. n for, an I l r .i::cl th!e

he could get on with, having little or no meit, audn
tru-iliun t: th n.xt l'iut.;'.i aulru er than
to ti'- iarnm to i'ply un l f.1:,. t c'rry Lik.
li,,u-ehold tlhr,,uih the nX:. feaoom. This e stea,.ly
cotton-growin smonu exh inu.tefd the t oil, and then,
instead of ploughinu deeper or exteu.ively fertiliz-
ing, lthe r mIor3 lAnd aud puttin.C it iin cotton the i e,:oI ytir.
The .'.,outh thus pre aent,'d the estouishin, fatut.'
for an agri.;iiltiral country .:if bi-' an irnp,,teriof
eorn and meat. V-'iat. amount, of f.ool weut from
the West to thi South, and the pl.intr-s contented.
th' lv. s pj.r.. ti 'l! wi, h raking ci, tton, tobi.:'0,
sugir, nd ri,:.e, ani then trading their fur
f)Orl and clothing,, The fact:.irs -ot all the profit
the pl inters li:',i it i, trie, but thoir plantations
grew gradually poorer, aud the section stood ahnost
still, while the remaiudei of the United Stat,-s
forged ahead with amain,_ strih'le. The tvpi.':al
Sutithern gentleman wi.s chivalrous and hospitabl]o,
but, always in de:bt and without a dollar in his
During the last decade the planters beeinie
gradually convin-i.-d that this s.)rt ..f p ..'r e* would
aot do to go on indefinitely : thit th. styli.-: of fi'ni-
ing was impuirirn their l.di ; that the ;ia
banker with th:-ir Iiih iunor.i-t, eiviorirm' -',ufi
and u nli-puted control. 1 c thu crIps weto? repiu.g
all tli, Ihe-uclits; and that 'for want of enough capi-
tal to condu..t buiuae-.-i on a eaAih b ii, they we-'a
kept poor and were worliini their farms at
and in.'-reasing disadvantage. This led to ch:no'4s
that hive been for the laJ-ting welfare of the Smith.
Plautation are bn.;iug cit nup into sm.dler farm.i
and the more intelligent cla-,,s are now working
fewer at-res, rotating crops, resting the laud, adopt-
inu a b.:.tteri anud deeper .syterii of ploughing, and
moreexstunstl.:-y usiug" fei iliers. They now _et,
in nianr iitanee.i, where this better poli',y hi s
been f.ll,;w-,"d for several years, a bale of cotton to
the ier.-, wbern it used to require five or ix acret
to pri-Li.ce a btle of poorer qu ality. They are al.o
T'i Lt.ia iIn? eri n and oat., r.i iinoi' m ei me-t for
tIr_ I :ur:'rr anud more ,-r-n and f,.ra..e ,f differ r-
ent kindi f,,r tH.,:- ,i' l. t By
rging to work upon :*ensible syetenii, the plant-
er are :i.:-hli~-rin.-' far better result, have generally
cleai' i .tf their 1.bts, and are f'el in in more iii-
)rt _v!'d .:.-ulirion. wbile thi Sou within l.Ibour i; ,)
,'LtiacuL,:.. tl- .tT nothliu. hi ti hi- h. .id from it this
.titna .,'. T'i,i. ii tlhe r.._-:t 1.-,i ful. atOiil, and in-
d i-'ti l _,,:,,iii ..ra l i'that h le n ,..,ing onn duringg'
I .. -iLI, i'lii .iti ': .... it The S',uth-
v,It'.-'r States bhae i.tti atedl a vastly
p'jpu'l-tiou, and rtailwyv i ,i-. tructi1ou hai devm-loptd
thi t -.. ti,-a at au 'quit \in withthhe ,-iit favoured,
pa ;. f th t'. it'erLi f'on'ia.'t of' tl, ited .St 't .
Th-. Couti rr of th- TUni,:-d Stat,.: ;.liriune:d :n
S tb :. ";th in-mt.-ut. I tli,:- HIu_ I,-- t Ie leitoIi -iry r1-'
-,llzii., A ...f t. luk, t. t. ti.. S ,. ,k--r -as ,:io ittl 1.
Tli; i.- th f i- t -. : ..-f -ii ..- ;i in u i'i:onu.
T!i.- naxt United Stat Hou-_ ,f Rl.,i.%r-ttat:iv.s:
will l.,:I iD.mi ,:r..ti, byy abolit fitty.
(' t tin .J,,h Fi-.i'r, C'.B., has been iuvalid.l..
1. t ,'foul th. Intl,-xil.,l.

T3 A. S-'i pe1'iit or lh-e col-
Iuir" f,C:'coiLinpies this isstue of the GAZETTE.
It ,..tain. tihe Pr,,ee-din.ii's :itf the i- H.norable
I thl.: i Lefislaitiv. Conial ofi Prilay Inst ; th.,
F PI.'...*:-, 'ings of the Hlonorable Ho-ie of As-
eit.-i: y u.i the- 17th ai,,l -_'lth iu:ntaut ; a full
a.-i.-:,unt of tha, iel-riLiui.dl Hunt P :..1 on W:d-.
Sn,:Iy last ; the .i-.,.h .If the Pr-tuier at the
1 In.ion HUa.-.e ,- .u i, '-rh ii, tant : t oianei par-
ticiul-tis of the awful i'ite at Hi-lif.ix, N.s. on
t ith th instant : terrai.a's.Iata:uiuuiiic:tiouri-?
lative- to almi.siun of Kmeroa.- ne Oil,---and other
BIRTH, in Pembroke Parish, on ISth instant,
Stlhe WIFE of Mr. Edwin Charlei Wiiliiams of a
.riAU')UT ER.

S DIED, at ProEp,..t-C.dp ou the liEth in-itut,
afta r a lIng a:nd p.infull illness, M..tY AN?, th,
t wite of Private William Irvin, Baud Se,:-ond 't.
....., at Yarmouth, Norfolk, Eungland, on 22nd
Otji-,.r, ait the re-i.len:e of thi. seo-in-law, Capt.tin
SBurin- ,if the W'elsh Regiment, the RJetd. Jorn
L T -r U. AUPEELL, R.ector of S unth Pi'keuham, aged
' 7, yea s. ilr. Campbell wai f,,c many ye' s Chap.
" ] :,t H. M. Dockytr.l, at these Islanuds.
N ...... at Irelaud I-and, on Sunday evening,
N'. Nv. 12, ,ifter a l'.'ig and p.ainful i-ln,.s.-, which she
l!:.r wit:, *.!li i b t' fatiltude, MAny, bclitn wife
1 o' ''.. II. Tr'.,, HI. M. Do,:kyard ; r.,,.'i 5'0 years
and I I miounths--t ,,. 's /,*'e'rj 1'/ Cm ('.r unto mr rail ye that are weary and heavy
laden, and I wi'l g ire yaou reit."
......, at i-ren Hill, Devonshire, on Saturday,

ISth Nioveiuber, 1S2, BiN:jw'ri.'r rlILLI.M L A 'Ar-
Lt:J'Ta..i, infant son of Johbu Cox Wailiugton, Esq.,
V y a,-d I1 ear and 5 months.
+ Notice.

S.v-rtit.,ed to be hcl:ll in ODD FEL-
LOW.',' ALL on the 2.ith, *'st, and1 23rd,J
are Pi-.,^'.PON'IED till further Notice.
Hnmilton. Nov. IS, 111.2.

Alwayn ; ,u ili t atI. Ro~ia n (azttt" D,,poitary
a liil! ;,,l PUBLIC SCHOOL BOOK'S,
Fir.-t, --:'.",.1 'Ibird aud Fourit B EAD-
E i' (-i -.1.t'p y:-s, & r., ,a',., i\c.
COPY BOOKS, assorted nmuibers.

By Public Auction,
At, 12 o'clock, M.,

To-mor'row WelIn(hesday,
22ud instant,
300 ITS Heavy Bla, k OATr.
S50 Bis Garnet Seed PO-
TATOES, to close ia conaigtiinent. and
1miilst be oli.
G3 Bls. Garnt. Seed and Table POTATOES
rc,.cived with orders to sell without

5 B Cs. CrIshed SUA R
5 Bls. Granulated DO.
5 Half 1Nh. Fa:nily PORK
1u Bis. Red APPLES
5 B.. Navv BREAD
50 Gross MATCHES
5 Hal'Cf heils Oh uoli' TEA
10 Tubs New York BUTTER
o21') Lbs. J:amaiea Oicen GINGER
1 Ile'rigera-tor ZERO
36 Lbs. Red and 20 Lb.s. White ONION
SEED, this year's importation
52 Bdls containing 1820 Toinito ENDS,
damaged by seawater.

By Order of the Naval Storekeeper,
,-194 Lbs.

Damaged RAISINS in
Boxes of about G5 lbs. each.
I/. If". fVILKER 4. CO.,
Hamilton, Nov. 21, 1SS2.

THE Sale of the iundermentioned
Pr,,op-rly adiver-'i. e r the lir h h liist., was
unav.-i, ,ly i'.1, o-i- .,niie,l on :ic e mnlt or rriny
weather I::1,

th.- 23:.rd Inst,
wi en it will take place on the Pre-
mists at 1 p.m., viz.:
1l that Parcel or Track of

with tthe s U X I 17 I
there-, ,itnuate ti Petibrnke I'tir; -. kln ni
C2tI. tt'. l, \ I\)," contaiiie, b lo Five
and a ':Ialf ,ci iir .ie or le ,nii,, h'l,,..ided as
followss :--on MliW NO..rT by the S. mand puluhl
lio il ; on h :e-'. i H by .aiid i ,r ,
ko i., S l, i h .,: i :- !"'I i.,,i f s:itne U T r'.,4 ; .1i, the
E .Ars by La.-1 <. f' Lat- ilonible. ai.rlEt Keln-
ne 1dy, anid on t h -- L-T by l.aral of .(lr-.
rlai p1-. ii or hl,],0t--ver iie said Lat nh mayn e
hI.un I t t-r o !li tlu I ,- i, ..-. ,; .
Pre,'.Rie4 o,, p' i .,y .* ,. .'T r -' )i \N
U. Lt iuneer.
November 20t)h, 1:3"r,

East End ( R 0 C E R Y
and PROV.;i1ON Store.

T VfE l ,1t.or.-irte,1 begs to in form
S the Pit ali:- that hi, .ai tUp.,: ed a Store
ni xt .ast th- OCn'iuanii- >tore.-, Fioin t tr et,
where hu will kc-_p on hand a full upply of

Providsions & Groceries,
on Wboles-le, always at thb Lowest Prices for
('A-H, Viz.:
Fine' and Coarse
Ditto Pilot BREAD Bags CORN,
Bags OAT,.. 5 and 3 Bushels
Ditto BiAN Ditto RICE
Tins L.\RD Boxes CANDLES
Tubs BU i'TER Rieais PAPER
Bls. Seed kO 'ATOE-, GARNETS,
Do. Eating DO. Bls. APPLES
Bat's Potatoe MANURE, &c., &e., &c.
Persons intenling to Purchase will do well
to Call at the East End Grocery and Provi-
sion Store," where they will hind as good qual-
ity for Lower Prices than any else in the
Mat ket.,
Hamilton, November 20, 188l2.-t. f.*

The .Bermudal ZLibrary.

LL Persons are invited to for-
warI to the LIBRARIAN of the above
Libr'y, on or before the 30W/i Instlant, the
titles, with the prices, and the names of the
publishers, of such Bools as they desire~to re-
commir-nd to be ad.led to the Library, or to
enter the required particulars in the book kept
iu the Library for the purpose.

Honorariy 'e rr'ry.
Bermuda Library, ) 2 3p
ISth November, l.2. j op

Ha mni!lton lHotel,

Formerly of the TrenjoI t IIoise
and St. James Hotel, BOSTON.

C HILD 'ean supply you with a reliable Clock
from 86 to 5. All Warranted.




For Sale by Tender.

No. 1--That well-known
in Sandy's Parish, held in his life
time by the late CHARLES HEWLETT, E-qr.,
being a two-storied Buildiung, arranged for
Groue-ry and Liquor Stores on the tlound,
floor, with commodious R-ooms suitable e for
Billiard or other alo.ons; on the upp:.r .-tory,
and al:ppurtanaut to which are two T'ul;.s,
good Cell.r. &c., the whole: standing on a Lot
of A.LVD eligible situated near the Pot Office
at Mangrove Bay.
No. 2.-One undivided moiety
of a
Parcel of Land,
estimated to contain TEN ACRES or there-
abouts, situated at or near -- White Hill," in
Sandy's Pa.ish, held in hb.r life time by the
late Mr.;. LYTIIA HEWLEIT, with the Appurte-
nances thereof.
Tenders for the Purchase of the above Pro-
perties or either of the.N, will be received at
the Office of Mr. R. D. DAERELL, Hamil-
ton, up to Noon of the *22n.1 IX. TA \ .,
when the bhihest, if utherwike l lpr,,ved of.
will be accepted, but." the Proprietor does not
bind himself to accept any Teuder if, in hisb
estimation, the price offered is too low.
6th November, 18S2.-3 3 pg.


The Undersigned is now receiving,
Garnet Seed

Of prime quality.
And, hLa on hand,
Onion Box MATERtAL -
Tomato DO.
All offered on accommodating terms to
approved purchasers.
Hamilton, Nov. 20, 1882.-2 3p)

Just Received from Lon-
don tia Nel'Y ork :
GENTS' Black Cloth P 1 NTS, VEKTS and
Gents' Black and nlue Pilot Cloth OVEII-
Genos' Black Diagonal PANT-' and COATS
Gouts' Colored Tweed PANT' and COATS
'" :UI'TS
Youth's **i
Gents' White and Black Ru)b(er COATS
&e., &c., &c.
C. .1. JONEPS.
61Jt.u Fromni .treet.
Hauriltrr, N...v. 201h, 1c.S .-2 31)

S A DIES Colored and Blackl
French Kid .;L'.V' 7 ,
A variety of Faicy Goods
suitable for Chri-tmn Presents nad
Christma.- Cards
W. S. D. i -ELL.
Hamilton, November 21, I8s2.-2- 3p )pd


The Subscriber has received per this "Ori-
noco," a further supply i)t

Suitable to le season. Also, a large lot
of Men's, Boy's and Youth's
C L 0 THIN G .
Crawl, Nov. 21, 18S2.-1l

Christmas Cards
now ready,
NEW GOODS open next
week at the TOWER.
Hamilton, Ntveruber 21st, 18$"?.-1



ON THURSDAY last, on the
North side of Pemhbroke Parish
.1 smasil Boeats 141sit witrll
Sail anihecied.
The Owner can, on application at the Office
of this Paper hear ot its whereabouts.
The Owner will lhave to pay for this advei.
ment, and remuncrate the finder.
Hamilton, Nov. 18, 1882.


flTE beg to thank the Public generally
S*. for their very liberal patronage
since we commenced the manufacture of
Aerated Beverages,
And for their ready recognition of our
endeavours to place within the reach of
We wish also to state that we have re-
ceived ufficient Plant to fill orders of any
size speedily and satisfactorily.
Cor. Reid and Burnaby iSts.
Hamilton, Nov. 7, 182.-2 3 pg


The Brigt. .-fIfred" sailed from
Cnoriw.lli-, NovA ."'- r i:i, fo : 1'ioii t on 'I h'r-
day Inast, I'ii ilnsianr, aml may bI c-t6e o- ed i :i
few lai s.
The undermentiorei .irtils lavo bh-en spevi!.l-
'y selec -. d for this M r!.ik t, l.n il l I.e <.ir-red
on :rri al.
1.200 B irrels Garnet, S-ed POTA-
TO E roun ho pel liarre's
800S Bushels Heavy Black OATS,
20 Tons HAY of superiorr quality
Ti'U N I Pl LU.'.l ; E;, &:c.

'.-i '. -

15 Cows and young'1o1
I iier -
POULTR Y. &c., &c.
Inlte dihr Pi relmu ers x oulld do i cll t1o ;e il
tihe red's" iiv;,l.
S. S IA GiHd i.
Novembt, 21, 13S2.-2 S3p
G:':e' t only.


Now receiving per Brig Hector"
frrim Priice v.lward's Islands,
1000 L.. Extra Seed GAR-
N I T:%-
4'00 iarrels a.-oie. '- Tk P41TAT r.OIES
1.6010 ilushel, 'e-t liick UA.T'.-3
l f'aus -*"eeI ii\., V:'
Banrel Pea, I R4kQLl.Y and ) \'rTM\I.
90 Bales Very Superior HAY
2,4004 Foot I'A11ING.-
18 Heifers & 2 Cows

Bermuda Hunt RACES.

P 0 TP 0MEM N! .
F. '*<' ^.? 8 S i'S B T >:- -
The Remainin- RHo:e ;will take

ON Tfilm i sAY,
N .,v ,u.ber 2'il, o. ,!; ,cig ,, .1 ,1) p. .
SI 1uiy. .'t y.
Nvcmnle, 17, 1S-2.

Shellhy 11y Races,
I'hursdaly, 23rd Nov., 18S2.

Leaves H-Iamilton at 12 o'cl.'ck, noon, for
Shelly Bay, returning immediately after the
SIraces ;ie finished.
XOa- Fare for the round trip 3,/.
Hamiltou, Nov. 21, 18S2,

B Reliable MAN will remain at
Sthe Stables of the Undersigned on
the "23rd instant, during the Riaces to take
care of Horses. &c. A fee of 2. will be
Crawl, November 21, 1882.-1

1 2111d Batt. Royal Irish i-

HoS -es

B. IV. WALKER (0.,
25 c Fr,.-:r .t lc.dl
Hamilton, November 20, 1;82.-1I

Notice to F'ineArs,

The Under-igned offers et Brigt. "" Exrc,-li'"'
from Silh:ediac. N.1i.
Garnet Seed Plotatoes,
Of the well known Star.. Bhrandl
1,000 ~ush,'Is Heavy Blac.k O- T
21 Fat SHEEP


S Fine YXtunt.

S .."i. d / '.i, -L' : C,
..-S re, s s ... .- .: '
H:Mrilt,,n. Nov. I I.'.'.- 2 :

For Sale,
A few RBlrrels of Choice Table
SIP '-_i '*1 O_ .
.1. T. DARIELL & ('1I.
Hamilton, Octu.I.,er 36th, 1SS2.

r notice.

Just Received
Per Schooner Maggie," 6 das
fruou Bail,-''r,
Aiid I.r a .l i ;acconi ,d.iati)g 1I rnis:
12,500 Superior
Onion Box Material,
40,000 Tomato Box ENDS
30,000 Tomato LATHS, 57 inch
5,01il:-'i.e.ior it.d RBRICKS
1,J'0 Fc:t \\'hite 'ine BOA:' I).
B. W. WALKER 4" CO.,
25 Front 'trvet.!
llamilito, Nuvemrber 20, 1882.-- I

Garden Seed Pota-


10 (0 's, IRed Garnet Seed

In prime erder, rr S'.e, low for Ca-r.
Ilauilton. Nov. 2,', IS_2.- 1 pd

Wainwright,. 0orham n1
IHave received by recent arrivailsfrom Eng-
laun a large aTId varied assort0ment of
LEnglish, French and Japanesee

Suitable for the ensiin a Seasou.n ud wliich
ill Ie for sale in I th r ..,r L',o. over t.'
Medical Hall from 1\'l~-dl s.,l:y mn-st.
Han-milton, November "1, IS'"2."-1
PIANOS and Oigans sold on the Instul:aeun
Plan at E. T. Child's.

S M a G E AE N S- "
Amateur Dramatic Club,
UTnd.--r the Dif. tinruished Patronage of His
Ex,.ll.-a.v Lieut.-Gunea-il T. L. J. GALL.
WEY, Govern.:r and Coumainder-ia-
Will, bydesire, repat.the PERFORMANCE
whi.-h was UnavoiIbly Postp)oned at thue
T IEd'if' -' /,'()'IL, Prrspcct,
By kind .rmin ion eo Li-ut.-C'olun.:l FP. R. C.
oCROF L'O ., Coniuainding the Eattaliou,
On Monday and Tuesday,
27thLnud -'.l-tih November, 1.82.
Tr.- P:-rfo.'.a c .-' each Ev.-ning wil! corist,
of t .I ,.in FI .r-:'- i I Act. Ly ,JO In
MALui,-.L i j;u'.' Eijr., eaitl,-.b l

L^ ^ 8 9 3 Ti UP1 0
To b- followed: 1 .v S'-f-y.:',-t- Bu.Lr W. F.
C' E-.. ".... "_ .' ti" ,:..S -:-i F WArK :tD.: ALI LED
SCIEE.-M!AN, WV.o :;ii._.' in :.,.r:r:t'.r.
. t,-r which w,,ill be p-r-i i':'l th Seusational
I.r:tni.t, in i A.'ili, iiy W S. FoorE, Es.1'.,
.- : ~ C .., ,
,,, .. k A .. .A .. ,t ~
A l 'ale t- f two (Chriitina-s Eves,
By kid:l perurtsion of Lirut.-C>ol'nel F. R.C.
CRUFTON, and OFFI ERS (of the Battallon,
th- SpI)Ylidij : I. RING B.AND. under the CIIon-
duetorshil, of Mli. R. BREowN, will perform
each evening.
PfLICES OF ALMIS.nION-Reserved Seats I'.
Frwuit Se:,ts 1". (all-ry :;d.
he ; owanpy hlave eni ga'ed the S. Stc:an-r
;"t. Ge:,rgt-" \whiil will ,tart from the- wiiart'f
- t. Georg-'s ion Tue.--ay, ,--th N.Vt-wl: r, at
4-4.5 pl.m. shamp, calling at Irelaunl Island about
Sp.mI. ; will remain there *on iiuinutcs. :'he
will start from Hamilton for St. George's at
I 1-4l p.m., c..lini' it Ii -laind Isl.aid. Prices
of Adrinission, inrldindg piassage- to and froum
1a-rdilton, will be ai follows:
FI:OM ST. O1EO'RGE, Res,-rved Seats, 4,'-
Front ; .ats, 3 Gallery, li/'.
Flr':', IRELAND InLAND, Rese-rved Seats, 3/.
Fro:,ut S.ats, 7- Gallery, I/-
TICKETS may be had from Mr. INous, St.
Or,,e'.-: Canteen L.teward Royal Marines,
DLiukIyar.d; Canteen Steward I oy.d Irish Ri-
fles, Ihelaud Islnd. Caterers ot S r-gEits'
Messes, anl1 nit the -'tationery Sto'e ai jjoiining
the Royal Gazetite" Office.
DOORS open at 7-30 p.m. Comuimeniing at S
p.m. Catirages at II p.m.
President, C.,ptainu T. Sw.NtE; Manager,
ve!t,. P. FEnY.; Stage Mantager, Armourar
Sa'-!:t. J. MASON; Treasurer, Payar3 ergeallnt

S '1 he Clipper Schooner

VWill sail on or ai-out
The 1st December,
FC., r' crr., r ,'eturn ,ireen, tor xia B irb.:,dus
Sif' r quir-edi.
\i'il taike !'.'.tro.s: A 'i i t-i ut. i p1 r Ran re'.
- Pci n. ix .h t\o lni:,ip -' t Ii la ,ke ! ea, y'
U ; i p;- ,i t,1 o
tf. ,'. i.ALKER&?- CO.
S2-. 'Froi, 's t reet. ,

Ilan.ilton, Nov. 20, la -,-I

New York Mlail Steamer.


Will Lei, v, the Port of Hamilton
For (;It rS I BAY
,' 7 a.m.,
i'3' % e' ',
T H I S J-) a ,
23rd November, 1882,
There an' a;i Ilih. Mail- ,) to ta'e Ilan ilt,.o at I
p.m., und I .rcceed \xi ith Ileii to i\e.-' Y,:,rl;.
Slie is to !e.v'- Nc.v X urk f...r retun onii thel
30th Novruuiber.
Freight, Specio on Frei.lhIt, and Parcels wii~l
bie intiil p.m. '22nd Noivermber.
PIasc-ng.c-s ,< in ard hound re i vili t i0 i
on io :nrd at (-:30 a.'.., ".'3rdl November a.rl tio
BIeakfast. Pi.a senn,,s6 h-..ldi;g New Yok re--
lurr li.-kel.s Lare requested to haver then .nilor.
sod at tho l'i-riiuda ;ng ney.
I! aniimho, I-...,nmu, 21-t November, 1P?8.-1
(.'o!onirii o,,-e.


to Farmers and

The fast-sailing Clipper
'" DF, 171
Irigt. 'D J DAVI, i 7
DAvIs, Master,


From Charlottetown, P. E. Island.
With an inboard

Consisting of
j AY, OATS,)
S G'rnets. tlinesottas, Piolifie and
Scotch Rock POTATOES,
"tlh a Deckload of

And a superior breed of DUCKS, arrived
on Saturday last, and the CARGO is offer-
ed fur sale at low rates for, and easy
Ternus to approved purch ,sers.
Apply to
Corner of Clancery Lane.
N.B.-Thoe Potatoes otflee by this VYes-
sel have been not carefully selected by
hi;on, Epec:.,lly for thi liark"et, ,nd ar.-,
wvell worth the attentiion .-f 'Pl:intei ; Ithe;,
would therLfore do well to cuil and axaum-
inu before going elsewhere.
Hamilton, Nov. 21st, 1S::,2. -1

IJL/ ice

1to rcr .


iRu i hU-r-, it0e t.ilo I ] l '1.10nt t d Ij< ;'J ): >., via..
A\ ow Lv ud'En_. ex S.. *' i iinoco,'
Fromn NEW YuRKI,
apLS. apf'slF,AIGUA-
100 lau s oilooe IIA uJR ', (na:
Cece.ll,-il F'erM;l er),
57 B 'cru'i- m G 6U iN' ,
50 Bbls. Americnn Garnet Seed

Ii, Store-
Legs J.1LS 4d. and 5d.
To rrmive per irgte. '" 'i L F I E D[," from
t;,RNWV.LLI, N. S.,
1000 Birrel- G.irnet Seed PO-
,- '" selected ex-
prel Ibfor tLhis 51 nlrket
Ilamiltun, Nov. 7th, l.S2.-3ins S3p


t'"HE Parties who Stole MY
GATE on the Night of the 10th Instant,
as their Names are known, had better Rettirn
same, thus prevent further trouble.
J. S. 13. COX.
Hamilton, November 21st, I 't2.-twice


A CARRIER fobr the Royal
'-iL Gazette." Paget and Warwick District.
Apply at once.
" R. G." Office, Nov. 21st, 1.St2..


&,S F 1,H IE whole or a part of
,'t "] -. the P,.petrty in. Church Stire-t
|gl3 M tHAILT"N. r":cently ocec'pied by
i '?r. v IUGAES amnd for-aeil'
known as the l_-Lr .1AiMS.


LO -

21 Nov., 5 and 19 Dec.-3rd pg. u.c.

Marshal's Sfle,

To be Sold'by Public
Aution, in the Town of Hamilton,
At-12 o'clock,
0n 1 Y" ^ *I 5 If? Dec.,
Now next Ensuing,
ndl,.r an,l by 'itinu of S. i unlry iits of Rre.
cutimn l i.;, J fr,. in h' ot I r,f G'uneral As-
size iaguaiat JoHN EDWA.D PFUBLER, '

1 -tOUlt Post BEDSTEAD
I Small TABLE and 2 GOATS
At the Court House same day,
All the Right Title and Interest of the'said
JOHN EDnARD FUITLER in anld to a small
Piece or Parcel of
LA ,N D,
situate iu Paget's PaTish, containing apout 2
AC(RE' movie or" less, and bounded' Eat by
Lands formIerly of Daniel Ephraim iGilbert;
South hv Lands now of Mary .Suimn uns-
comb ; \Vest by Lands formerlyy of Daniel
Jones. andi North by a Road or however 'the
said Pa- -el of LAND may be bounded or ought
to be described,
P. A. G.
Hamilton, Novr. 21, 18S2.

Ireland Island Mail Ser,
TENDERS are invited for the -Conveyance
of Mails between HAMILTON aud IRE-
LAND ISLAND from the 16th of February
next, under the provisiofis of the Post Office
Act, 1679. ;
TENDERS will be received upit
Saturday, the 30th of De-
(ceuber, at noou.
Forms of Tender and further informhitioa
can be obtained by application to this Office.
Clolouitl Postmaster.
Post Offi'e. Hamilton, 14th Nov., Is 2.-3 3p
Just arrived per S. "Orinoco,"
An entire new Stook of
-~~ G-' -t[
o i.-- .si. ,

Comprising Oolong, Congon, Japan.. and
mixed Blaek and Green. put up in .
bhlfl pound air tight tins.
Also, Prpared COFFEE inTin. .
Importer's and Jobber', Tea-muan Coffee
S323 Pearl Street, New York.
Agent, -
Re-id Street, 'Hamiilton.
.- Special Orders proupltly attended to.
Novembc-r 20, 1382.

JU'T U E V I6 I Dr-f),
Garnet Seed- PQ 1A-
T OES, Star Irand:
.il}pe)ripr ,. ,ib, -Pot10 itx, of
Choice kinds, b;st. irIv-n.ket,. -
And to Arrive pei Schr. .11MAR L DUNN,'
from St. John, N. B.,
( )NION is .ox Itl' 14-,L44
Tomato duo. do. U
10 ,I-at BOX'E-:, James' Ptton 't "
Ditto Long rATH,,, 5.7 inrhleb .' :
Ditto ENDS Kegs NAlf-.' 3d., -Id., &5d.
!ibls. Ganret ced POTATOUES, grown from
sele-ct'-.l eed, e-pecially for this M1arket
Case. M.1ATCR H E .
Joxes as:sortl (Clay PIPE.4 TS ,
.t 'A.RS for Boats' Masts- -
LUM.1BF.R, White Pine, I Iu. boards
Ditto Planed, Urovc-i aind Tonagai,.
A full assortment of English and Amerioan
SH 0C E I E S,I..
ChoiceEnglish, Breakfast and Olong TEA.,
Now Lauding ex "Qri0ocQ,"
50 Boxes London Layer RAISINS,- ,'
At Lowest M arkb*thitR ,' 4,

Hamuilto, 20th Novr, 18S2.-2 .pg..


.Kingston; JamaiA.
S. i 7 "
Orders for all dis'ripltio, ol. '-rrpi .il produce,
exerutled1 ith proalptness arid dipatl ." ""
Agent atAermda,
B. ,W. WVALKI1 4 CO.,
Hamilton, Not'r. 11, 18S. -2 3rd p .
----. *"" P -,'" ..-n :.' :'- d"e...
POST OFFICE, HAMILTtIN,; Slhb Nov., m i8.a
F C A .'nidt.n',,-JBu's a -#aBl"I i B A 4*
W.ill rlai .Et, l.c mi'y Ta sbm!elod, 'wil iam,
Schir" Franklia,"' Barqae "-:Fapie,,',Erank-F.Ba-
cia, klanoel S" Goncalvra, ~raffbQr4lc;Jpll-4._
"Emma Japij" t J, 1' Jaese, Euga ona^'30
de'S Laduvic', Charles Lucas, MarcelliuoV'iliiez,
E H Newmia, hMr. Paris, Antonio de Rezendes..
Wnm 1 i'oiosiaa,Ah.ander Swat, J Smith, Carl
Solderblaiu, Sk&nl .J Smitb, A Simmons, Eliza
Tuckr, MNiroel 1'aTvarcs. -
-POLST OFFICE, ST. GEORGE, 20tlhb No:, .N.
Thos Berebam, Jo Desilva, Benjamin Smith, (Stt
Davids), Thomas P Williams,'

_. ., ", .. .. e. :.... 7 1.,, .' :- -.-* '.




OB Anj= y.--Two more aged and well known resi-
dents of this city have gone to their rest since our
last ijeue. Mrs. Melinda Tomlinbon Hurd, the
wife of Philo Hurd, Esq., died at the residence of
her, James E. Dunham, Sunday morn-
ing, at the well rotmunded age of SQ years. She
was a native of Brookfield and after her mnaniage
resided in this city until aboat 30 years ago, when
they removed to New York, spending her winters
mostly an the South, hi Flocia., and two seasons
on the Berrmuda Inland. 'on account of the frail con-
dition of ;her health. Mr. and Mrs. Hurd celebrat-
ed thi ir gold- n wedding about nine years ago.
Mrs. Hurd was a v'rv estimable lady. possessed
of sterling trite of character that endeared her to
all Lhe caine tou ni...v her. arlu :ug her residenceO
here she tus .1 re.glJa: attendant of St. John's
Church aid i N; New York belonged to old Trinity
Parish. e.i :- .a *.., a scy -etive memLer and
director o .h- Col t orr, Orp. -Ln Asylum and was
interested in other .tl..rtic. ie waas the mother
of Melanethou M. lHurd, the u,.ll-knwon New
York publ.h,:-r, and of Mrs. William 11. Meeker
of New York, and brs. James E. IDuuham of this
city, and leaves thirt.eue grandchildren and two
great grandehildr-n.-F'.,n the DBrdytr,' (Cuinec--
tiut) Farmtar, Otubrer 30.

Reathcote Hill School,


f 'E. tljOma0 Lines,
Certifica ted School master,
CHELTENIHAM, and certificated 18.t-by
the Committee of Council on Education. Eng-
land ;-also, the holder of several Certificates
from the Science and Art Department, South
Kensington, London.
Having placed the above School under the
control of the Board of Education, begs to
inform the Inhabitants of Somerset, and the
neighbourhood, that, after December 31st,
1882, this School will be open to pupils of
both sexes. He will be assisted by Mnm.
LNczs, who is an experienced Schoolmistress,
and successful teacher, and who has obtained
prizes for designs and work in English Point
Lace, both in England and Bermuda.
Mas. LINss will devote a portion of her
time to the instruction of the young Ladies in
plain and fancy Needlework.
MR. LINES ha. been a successful teacher for
more than twenty years, and feels himself
thoroughly competent to give a sound general
English Education, and to carry such pupils
as may require it, through the higher branches
of Mathematics and the first stages of Latin
and French.
DUAwING and VOCAL Mustc will be taught
daily in the School.
Ms. and Mas. LINES invite the inspection
of their numerous testimonials as to character
and ability before pupils are placed under their
iiOLIDAYS,-Eight weeks in the year.
T'aRus,-Pupils over nine years of age 6
per aunum--under nine 4 per aunum.
Payoments are reque ted to be made punctua
ally at the end of each quarter.
November 4, 188 .---3

BY '. '" k *i O |1 N, a Situalion as
H ~' : ": .' and
General .'NSE' V V.' io one or
tw- ,ii, .a, .,"t ef -.r .ie. ; ., a ,ood
i *, k,* .. -..-. ,'. ., i i n.e, ,.htoih On..

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T HB tieg to call the att,,tioi of the Trade to
a new Article fur w which we have accept-
ed the seency.

lathe very best prep ration \ae have ever seen
or used for eleaning and polishing.
Silver Plated Ware, Gold Plated Ware,
Cuapadorea, Pate Glass,
Brass or Plated Signs, Solid Silver Ware,
Nickeled or silver Pla- Soda Fountains,
ted Show Cases, Military IFquipments.
Or any metallic surface upon which a brilliant
polish is required without jury to the metals
and with little labor. In all cases where nickel
plating on Stoves has become discolored 1by
heat Lustro" will restore it to its former
brightness. So popular has it become, that it
is now the recounised Standaid of the Stove
trade for this purpose.
It is absolutely free from acid, grit or other
izjuriousa ubstance,s
It is a preparation of genuine merit ard when
ence s ad becomes MIn article or daily family
use and sale, are repeated. Price 25c per hot-
For ale every where,
Ii. K. & F. B. THIURBER & CO.,
New York, October 18, 1882.--3m Agent.

William James Henley,
Shipping and Commission Agent,
Queen street ,
Pro-. pt .itetition given to consigaments.

IW"Aurtlio Wednesdays and Fridays.

Robt. G. Lee & (o.,
('onutission MlercihanRi,
18 Leadlemnhiil street,
anD iT .-LODfrS,
LiI N Dr) E.C.
I's-re..',* . n,- ,; '...-. ... '.. .,.. -' ta
m r.,. , t .. ,,, "'< ; '.,. flr-
nutd{.. w'erls.

The Latest Styles,

The Largest Stock,

In the Town for
J. M. McNEIL & CO.,
64 Front Street, 65

Fall and Winter Stock
Broad Cloth. Doe Skin

Tweeds, Tweeds, Tweeds
o00 P;: o3M, 2 4
In Suits of One Pattern each.
Particularly call the attention of the Public
to the Unprecedented Assortment of the va-
rious designs.
Gents 1 Rose Silk Lisle Thread
Lambs Wool
Merino and Cotton in Clocked, Unbleached,
Plain and Striped
Silk Satin Linen and Cotton
All Colours and Shades, White and Black.
Silk and Satin Brocaded
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Embroider-
ed and Hemmed-Stitch.
Gents Tourist," Lawn Tennis, Cricket,"
"Oxford," Regatta, Oscar Wilde."
IRTS in White, Striped and assorted
Colors (perfect fitting.)
Gents White Dress Shirts
Bosom 3 Ply. Line

puel-i no simosog jo s.[dnmei qOUBtJA
Richardson's 2200 Fine Linen and
Utica Non-Pareil MUSLIN
Ilats Caps Lawn Tennis Caps in Hard
and -oft Felt
Cardigan Jackets Ready Made Tweed
Pants Suits
Rubber Coats and Leggings
Scarf Pins Overhauls
Shirt Studs Cuff Buttons
Hair Brushes Collars Buttons
Shawl Straps Combs
Feather Dusters Whisp Brooms
Clothes and Hat BRUSHES
Merino, Lambs Wool and Cotton
.';nd many other Articles suitable for Gents
Toilet, too numerous to mention.
Ladies, Children's anlt Misses Hosi-
Silk Lisle Thread Lambs Wool
Merino and Cotton in White Unbleached
Plain, Colors Fancy, Clocked, Striped
and Half and Half."
An assortment of LADIES WEAR
suitable for the present and coming season.
White and Unblea-ched COTTONS 36 inches
wide, 3.d., 4d., 5d., Gd., 7d., 8d., 9d.. per
Double Width 'heeting White and Unbleached
Pillow Case Muslin 5-4 wide, /' per yard.

Fall and Winter Prints.
Dress Patterns and by the Yard 3d., 4d., 5d.,
per yard. Fast .'olmars

Quilts, Blankets and Counterpanes
White and Assorted Colors in Woolen and

Notions in Great Variety.
And Articles pertaining to that Department.
White Goods a Specialty.
Tnmels ('rash Lonsdale Cambric

White 'Visse. &o.
And a General Assortment of

Hamilton, 10 Oc-tober l'18.
Pritlectilon lagains4 t I iR
Can be obtained froni the
dfl London,
One of the longest Established and Weaithie..t
Ot(thee in (Great Britain.
Through the RitANCII OFFICE in these
Islnds, a Saving is elected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
illKS taken both on RIEAL and PERSONAL
POI'PERTY for.3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHAltGE for Policies.
Hamilton, September 9th, 1$56.
SILVER Watches from 60/ to 7. Gold
Watches from 5 to 20. at Child's. All

UREATr OLONIES.]Real Estate 1i Hamilton

The Australian news of thb week is interesting.
In the Sydney legislature, an amendment in favor
of a policy of protection was n-egatived by a most
de:islve majority. We may, therefore, hope for
continue improved: trade with th- CO.Ilony. Rain
is u,' ed'd; and it is feared that the wool crop will
t.c much 1.elow their av.:ra I. In Victoria the pros-
pects of the crops are fatnurable, and the gold indue-
try ie reviving. In New Zeal.n.l tihcy have voted
120,1. 01) amnal subsidy for a direct steamer c,,m-
munication with England, and all these colonies
are extending liberal sunis in inproviing their de-
fenee. Sir W. Armstrong is buillinga l'irge *-un-
boat for South Australia, which is t., oot 70,.00);
and this country has also ordered a large supply of
torpedoes from England. The zoverument of Vic-
toria have decided to spend 30ii,iu, o:.n their har-
bour batteri.'s, and have ordered guns from this
country. They have also ordered two gun boats,
and a torpedo boat of a large i2ze to stcamr IS kunot
an hour. All these mean work for our coal anud
iron industries. In Loudon the Bank of Austral-
asia have declared a dividend of 12 per cent. Thu
Chairman pointed out that business was good, that
they had u,:no bad debta and no deterioration in va-
lues t.:, compl-tin of; hi -aid that thel:-r was a
wholesomre and at tire demand fi.r ..apital for Ais-
tralian business. He also called attention to the
large increase of the sugar industry in Que-nslau, l.
This last is a very s.tisfaeti:.ory feature. The Money
Wigram Company at their netin announce. that
they were goina- to give up the pasusm.nfer tra'ir to
Auitralia and run for goods only. This mny lead
to redu,.e.l freiihts and iuore bisiine-s. On the
whole, the outlook in that direction is most satis-
factory.-L... .tns Pi,p,.




Just Arrived per Oritnco"
Fresh I beaches Pears


QuIeein Sltect.

September 25, 19S2-

Literlpool, Queenmistown, London,
and New York.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprises
TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonging
to one Company) in the Atlantic service leav-
ing the port of New York. They are built en-
tirely of iron and steel, except the merely de-
corative parts, are divided into wafer-tight
and fire proof compartments, and provided
with everything calculated to add to their
safety, and to the comfort and convenience or
passengers. The saloons and staterooms (alf
on the main deck) -re unusually largo, lightly
and airy. The table rnd general appoint-
inents compare favourably with the best hotel
in England.
One of these steamers will sail from New
York every Saturday, for Queenstown and
Liverpool, and weekly for London direct, from
New Pier 39 North River. Rates of passage
in currency:-To Quee.jstown and Liv-rpool,
*Si to $71). To London direct (Victoria Do:l-si
$50 to Si60 ; excursion tickets tA, f0currni.-v :
Steerage passage r$26, curroeny. For furth,-r
particulars apply to the C'omn1prny's Omir.a-
Nos. 69, 71 and 73 Broadway, New York.
New York, January 27, I SS2.

Everybody wants it, but very few get it
because most people do not kno v how to
select coffee, or it is spoil-ed in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these difficul-
ties has been our study. Thirb-er's pack-
age are selected by an expert. who
understandrA the art. of blending various
flavors. They are roasted in the most
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
well in small quantities), then put. in
pound packages (if ,the, no,! bearing our signature as a guarante-e otf
genuineness, and each packagecontains the
Thurberreei]e for making good Coffee. We
packtwo kinds, Thurber's No.31," strong
and pungent ; Thurber's No. 41," mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have theo three great points,
o/.d quality, ho. e"t ,qtiiti ri,. r wfi.nId e
priie. A41'k our (rGner f-r 'Th,irhtr's
roasted COf; in pound pa kfages, ;NoV. 34"
or No. 41." Do not be put off with any
other kind-your own palate will tell you
what is best.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
the '" I/eal" Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respectfully. &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
F P.S.-As the largest dealers in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to manufacture only pure and
wholesome goods and pack them in a tidy
and satisfactory manner. All goods
bearing our name are guaranteed to be
of superior quality, pure and wholesome,
and dealers are authorised to refund the
purchase price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to the interest of both dealers
and consumers to use Thlurbers' brands.

Custom Entries,
Agreements for Landlord and
At "Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.

Parish for Sale.

A Dwelling

And Parcel ot" A .Z 4 ," con-
taining Three Acres. Two Rods and Ten
Perches. more or less, in Hamilton Parish.
Bounded Easterly by Lands of the Widow of
the late Anthony amuel Trott. Southeily,
on the Sea. Westerly. by Lands of Robert
Peniston. and Northerly on a Pond or Sal
Water Lake. commonly known as North
Pond." The Land is intersected by the ne
Military Road. which runs quite near th,
Dwelling House. Price moderate, Appl,
early to

14th August, I14.2.



Dr, Bryan's Electric Bells.

Chron!c Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debilily, Pby-
pical Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysis,
Spinal Complainla, Lung Disorders, Impotency
Liver Complaints, Dyspapsin, Rheumatism,
Headache;, Femanle Comnpi ilnt, Premature De.
cay, etc.

THIS wonderful discovery in the application of
Electricity enables the sufferer to give scien.
tific attention to his own cwee in accordance with
Nature's laws. The belt acts by aid of the heat
and moisture of the body and evolve continuous
currents that infuse the system with the vitalizir,..
element until the disease is overcome, and a ri.
superalive process established.
The Electro-Magnetic Current,r.s evolved by Dr.
Br:, an's appliance, strengthens the nervous system,
give force to the brain and digestive function, re-
store lost or impaired power ro body or mind
whether arising from acts of imprudence, sickness
or old age.
Illustrated Pamphlets, giving all particulars, sent.
on application. Orders received through any re-
spousible Commission house, and in ordering send
measure round the waist and state Lhe nature of the
complaint, and a suitable appliance will be sent to
order. Ailddres:
E. 15Tru -'T, NE'w' YOIr:, U.S.A.


L. filed Slales JIMail Steamers.


WISCONSIN Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 3'-0 p.m.
ALASKA 17, at 8-00 a.m
WY4 f.IiNG 2-, at.3-00 p.m.
SI IZONA 31, at 6-00 a m.
SBY -INI X Nov. 7, ;,t L.(11 p.m.
WI ', 0\SIN 14, at 7'I0 a,,n..
1,\ A.S \1 "' '21, at 1-30 p.m.
i' 1e al>E'v SteantIers are hiutlir xpr-es-ivI: or
the Trade, have tiv watiertiht bulkheadd, and
carry experieni-ed '.1 icers, aSur,ireonasand Ste w-
.utleis,s. The 'aloon, Accori)rnodations are i1n-
,i.rpasted by1, ary \ilautic Steamers, and the
tlute Rooms. .are oi main deck openiin.' into the
.a-!o,1, this securing that great comfort iu
oceaIn travel, perfect etiLilationi ,nd light.
Smoking toom, lath Room and Piano on
e'cli Steamer.
The U. S. Mall Steamer Orinoco" from
lIer nda, 'T hursdays, generally arrives at New
York ou !ondays, and Passengers' blnguagecan
lie transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer
sailing, ,ext dny.
o9 kreie.r>,iy, N-w York.
New York, September 21, 1582.

A LL the latest Novelties in Plated Ware as
well as necessary articles at Childs. Call
aud See.

For Sale or Hire.
k Superior Horse Donkey perfect-
ly Harmless and Quiet.
With a new style
Carriage and Harness.
The same would suit a Lady or Invalid.
Terms Moderate.
Please apply to
Hamilton, September 5, !42.
T HE assortment of Silver Jewelry, consisting
of Brooches and Ear Rings, Bracelets,
English and Cooley Blangles, Lockets, Nick-
els, Studs, '-leeve Buttons, and Vest Chains
&c., atChild's. Was never more complete.

O prevent any mis-icnsusti on obtaining
through my advertisement in reference to
Bills outstanding for Goods had from my
Store, I deem it advisable to State definitely
that the same has no reference directly or in-
directly to any person except those owing for
Hamilton, August '1Jlt, 1:.82.

Mattress .Makinu' and
r HE Undersigned is prepared
at TReasonable Rates.
AX@ Satisfaction guaranteed.
Salt i 'eltle.
October 25, 1882.
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Colebrate-1 ior nea,;ly a c.nua'ry past, is of
the wory best English tnai3ulatLire. For its
purity and tzeeltnce at Iha obtained
the fullowing
ExamriosB Paizr MEDALS.
London. 1669. ParIl. 1867. Cordova, 1a7n.
Lims,1672. Vienna,1783. Philadelphia, 1876.
ad all other odour. the fines, quality only.

Ia strongly recommended, being more lasting
and fragrant than the German kinds.
o:lebrat'e for so many years, continues to be
made as heretofore It s strongly Perfaumd,
and will be found very durable in use.
a new and indispensable Toilet aocompant-
ient, and most refrushiag Perfame for the
and other SpeciaUliteandeaujeral art-ole of
Perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
throughout the World, and of the mana.
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Pries Laite iFreee n Applation.
CAUT1Q *-PIarekas are eautloai to avoid
cou omear by obMering that each article is
labllod with (he firn's Trade Mark, s White
Roe" on a Golden Lyre."
m.- S

For Sale,
At '"Royal Gazette" Stationery Stor ,
Hendrie's Petroleum Patent SCaps,

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Stade o. ,3
Ful' Moou 24 day, 9 hour, 43 minutes, P.M.
THrE.1 lERMUDA u OYAL traZE1TEIS pubitsl-ed
every Tuesday, by DoWaLD tlE'PaE.E i EE.
Prtiter to thlie Queen's Most Excellent
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby streets,
H[Imilton, .
Where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agents
St. Georzes for the Royal Gazelle, 3lessrs.
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, November 21, 1882.

Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Friday, 17th NYovember, 1882.-Pursuant to ad-
journment the House met.
Present-uia Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable Win. H. Goolinv,
-* J. H. Triminghain,
Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph II. Harviey,
JamesTucker, itcr.Genl.,
S G.S. Tucker,
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secy.
The Bill entitled "An Act relating to certain
'Treasury Liabilities," was read the iLrcl time and
passed and ordered to be lid before His Excel-
lency the Governor by the Hoa. Cav. ndish Boyle.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 21st instant, at
11 30, a.m.


Abstratt of lie Proeeeding of / fe Ie norable
lSouse of Assembly.
Friday, 17th Novumber.-The Attorney General
Introduced a Resolve relating to the approval of
the plans for the new Government House, which
was read a first time, and the rule being suspended,
the Resolve was read a second time and committed.
Mr. S. A. Masters in the Chair.
The Attormiy General moved the adoption of the
Mr. Wilkinson moved that the Committee tise,
report progress and obtain leave to sit again, %with
the view of obtaining any other plans of the Gov-
ernmeni House aubmittud to the Board of Public
Works-which was arecd to.
The House resumed.
The Chairman obtained leave Io sit again.
The Attorney General introduced a Resolve for
paying for the services of the Reporter of the De,
bates-which was read a first time.
Mr. Hayward presented a Petition from John
Samuel Darrell, praying to be allowed a Drawback
of the dnty paid by him on the gross sales of the
Bark -' Emilia Figlia," for reasons set forth in the
The Bill to repeal certain Clauses or the Police
Act, was rc-ad a second lime and committed,
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Mr. C. Pentston moved the adoption of the ["ill,
which was negatived.
Ayes 13. Nays 14.
The House resumed.
Mr. Wilkinson moved that a Message be sent to,
His Excellency the Governor respectfully request-
ing that His Esecllency will be pleased to direct
that all the Plans for the new Government Honse
submitted to the Board of Public'Works be laid be-
fore the Houee-which was agreed to.
The Bill to encourage the formation of a kermu-
da Steamsbip Company, was again comnmiitcd.
Mr. Mercer in the Chair.
The 7tb, 8th and Oih Clauses were agreed 1-.
The House r(sum-d.
The Chairman rcpor(ed the Bill as ame,.3c.l
and it was adopted and ordered to be engrosec ;.
Tbc Bill eni'tild An Act to amend the Rev,. ;.'.
Collection Act.s," was read a third time and pa.-ed.
Mr. Wilkinson moved that the bill to amend t ,
Act to prevent danger from the storage of Dauie, -
ous comnmoditieq, be now read a third time.
The Attorney General moved that it be rectOLi-
imltted for general purposes--which was agreed .,.
The Bill was cecommitted.
Mr. J, WV. Pearman in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved a Short title
to be added Lo the Bill, as a first clause-which
was agreed to.
The .-torniy General moved several additional
Mr. Wilkinson m.ved that Ihe Committee, ri.-e,
report progress and aak for leave to sit again, thb:at
the proposed cliases may be printed and distribute.
ed-which was agreed to.
The House resumed.
The Chairman obtained leave to sit again,
The Clauses aere ordered to be pointed,
Adjourned to Monday next.

31-.,,' y, 20.- 3mran/,er, -Thb Resolve foir paying
for the etricts ol thi. Rp.rorer of Ithe u-bates ofr
the House wa- ri ad a 2aid iie and committed.
Mr. 5. A. Mas.ters in the Chair.
The Retu:rve ,as ,gitecd to, the blank filled up
014 10,-
Tthe House resumed- and adopted the Retolve,
and it w :s oidt-rcid o be engrossecd.
'lbhe L.1i ttitkld '".A Act to -ncoutage the
ficrmallen in lh(ie Islan'Js of na C'.apitany to main.
tain Steam c (tnrmniitatiron Le!~wu-n dthee Islands
and the Pert c(i New Yc-r:," was read a third
time and passed.
The Petilio. i. J.I,.ii .S. Du:ri.11, for a refund of
certain 'lutls ona ie alth: of the '-Emilia Figlia,'"
wasr rcad cand c'rummiai(d.
Mr. J. \V. P' in i.e Chair.
Mii. II:,,w.aid movtd Ahb.t ml e prayer oi the PFe-
tilionr be ::n-,ied, ahich vno n_-ecd to.
Tbe House iesumed and adep'td the ilesolution.
A Message Irom His Exclient y the Governor:
(No. '7.)
Goreernor ari, Couraa ikr-in-Chtief.
His Extellerc. ibe Governor has the honor toc
fowrwmd to the licrtle. House of Aisemlily the
Plans or the New G-r-rnment House in coompii
ance with the rtqu'.st contained in the Mesesagp
from the House daied 17th instant; lis Excel-
lercy rtrJue-,s Ihat. the Plans maiy be ilturned to
tbe Office c.f the Colonial Surveyor when the
House has no longe-r need of them,
Public 1uileings, Hamilton, -
20th November, 1'S2. J
The House r(;u.ntd in Commilttee of the whole
the consideration ol the Resolvei rrlatiang to the ap-
pr-val ol .1 Plan for the new Government House.
Mr. S. A. Masters in the Chair.
The Resolve was agreed to.
The House, rtsaled.
The Chairman reported the Risolve, and it was
adopted and tordereud to te (engrossed.
qIbe Rro.lvu providing a sell o Bankers' Scales
for the -r.ceiti (jencrti's Ofice, was read a 2nd

time, committed, rtporltd, adopted, and ordered to
be engros-ed.
Mr. Hayward introduced a Resolve for refund-
ing duties to Juhn S. Darrell, which was read a
first time.
'J he Bill to armend the Act to prevent danger
from the Sborage of dangerous couimodities, was re-
Mr. J. W. Pearuan in the Chair.
The Attorney O-I.teral moved a l.iauss as No. 2,
which was negative.
Ayes 9-Mles-rs. RJ P Darrell, T N Dill, SB
Gray, C C Keane, C Outer bridge, A M Oudney,
W 1 Peniston, RTyncs, TJ Wadson.
Naye l-M-essrs., speaker, F 31 Cooper, W J
Frith, H i Gilbert, W H Hughes, A J Hodadon,
W U Hyland, J M Haywaid, S A Masters, V W
Mercer, TI A Outerbridge, J N Smith, W H Wil-
'I he Attorney General movcd Clauses as No. 3
and 4, which were severally agreed to.
TheAttorney General movid a Clause as No. 5
which was negatived. Ajes 7. Nays 16.

The Attorney General moved another Clause to
le numbered 8, which was agreed to.
The Attorney General moved that the blank in
that Clause for the duration of the Aet be filled up
eighteenn months."
Mr. Wilkinson movad that it be filled up "four
years"-which was affirmed. Ayes 15. Nay (.
The House resumed and adopted the Bill as
amended, and it was ordered to be engrossed.
The Rule being so.pend-ed, the llesolve 'or r,-
fnt.iinR dtlies paid on the alte of the "E Emilia:
Figlia," was read a 2nd time em-muniete'1, indopted.
and ordered to be engros,-rd, anud having be-u en-
grossed and the Rul,- ag-it susp-nded, it w..a real
a third time and passe-d.
The Rile relating to the pa',age of R[solyv, be-
ing unanimously suspenrded, the folio '.ing l" -mlvts
having been 'enroseLii, wre severally read a third
time and passe,'.
(I) l-The Rsolve in favor of the RP.porter of De-
hates of Ihb Assembly.
(2) The Restolve rcla'ing to tbo oppioval of tb.-
Plan for th' n-.w Goverinmnat Ilouse.
Ordered, liiit he Plan and Est-i.nie for the net"
Government lHonue relerr.d to in the said b-f -,'
Resolution ibis day adopted be siat Her Majesty'
(2) The Resolvoe providing ar sctt of, kerC
Scales for the Receiver General's Ollic.,.
The Message of His Escellency tiue Govrnor
No. 21, relating to an adiiun t aothe Caueeway'
Bridge Cottage was. constbileredi in c-..:nmitlte of the
whole House.
Mr. S. A. Ma.tis in ta he 'I! a:r.
Mr. Hlayward moved that i. be ins .i. nmei.nen1l ,o
the House to grant a suIfl f';r an i.e!dition to the
Causeway Bridge Cottage t.n the it.'ornaatiaci ra-
tained in I b1 GCovetn-r' .Message, No. 21--.hib:
was agreed to.
The Hou.e resurrad and adopted the Reouloti-'u
of the comminitte.
Mr. Ha3 ward in:roeduced a R-iolve graning i
sum for addiai to the Cauaeway BitIge ot,.g.:--
which was read a tirsLt tlite.
Ordered, tbat the 'laqn and ollor prip-ri relating
to the nev Goveiatni-aa House, llthi than thosu up-
proved by tLe UR-s.olution this day adopteded, bI le-
turned io the Colonial Surveyor on u is appl,.:a'loa
for Ibu same.
The Attorney Genarai give ro.ii i tha'. on 'ihe
next day ol meeting be will mor'e a ii..-:-sage to is
Esxa:llency the Governior o itiorm ltin E;c4liEs :.e
that there is no l/uther b uilu.n-s r'..qiriug t? .1 .-
tention of tbis Hours..
Adjourned to Friday next.

Orders for ne, M.leet, ,. :--
Dan-erous CommodJities Bill.
Causeway Cottage addition- to, l'-iulve.

St. Georget,, N-.veimbtr l1h, 1i.'.52
DEAR MR. EDITORt,-A i,-W, and a very (ev
of our well-meaning riund.- :,ri- i hi eh glee I1 ,'a-t1
there iS a lpr.sapect of As t'iii. hi,:t tVill tt e,.itiii.' ti-
Ill.' Kenroi'ne Oil c.timinieih! it.- tlb' harbor ,ii .st
Gio,..r-e. Il tih passing o a f w to l.and vithi.- t a3
iharl our Korenz.:e Oil of cr. l .i10 re t. It -a:ih :.
er A, .1 K.-rc .e evor lak:- fire Im i :-- hlAb ..r, r,
leirliil eI an.%,-..ioe will be, the r. suit: other -hiip,
ill burn anl t toi n,w ith Oriit:.tae Iljand ani!
Giverniiptit WVlinrl, may be a healip ,t shalspel,'- Ia..
in one singhl-' .iiiriy night.
What a biihd policy, to .c.7y the least oht it. \V ey
1 frc' this rikh In all ot usA d w. i.i-re,in te ,iiy ,ii utj
Ilamiltonui to -' Is it hecauoe rwe art,, r' i.. r>ccl'.,-
at. d nlir ('orp,'ration claim lt i th,:- ; i t t h-.;r ;: .'
on the eargoe.- ? They u_.-d u e t, if the Acr ia q.i.'--
lico et v- l liott;i thV? a tl hi;i j to c iliet it o-ti t ....i
di,.hibari,-d at C astl-. H.-ibour, ,hihh i- tir i ..i-l
proper r!.ic .I -oIre Kero-.i'c betl. 1-1u tet t. N.
donbt thc enhihlltlaVin prIn'i..t i.s ol thi-. i.t-ceJiat;
Oil com iniJtI a t'muon' it. .'et tr.,U Itheo ..,l- m t:iveq ,i
bent fitintr the ilt\ i -if St. (Gei rue, und thi- o : -r, I
th,.- K risen, 0:11 xwintever they nray hI : t i t1 r: t .,;-
ter this w u lid bu :t]ciai .t-'r'v, intl dour,: bi l...w it
o .-n ieiietit the t.'o o ii f St i .,ortie. i i in thl e e-x\ -. .
tiou of a law individuals. is not undreisti.,-J. IL i'
diseour.ising that, so lit tlI.n rue :-r.gaid id shown fto
theo people and tor oi:-e iof i r. .. (ovt-r r La t i',n ir
wisi policies, at1 er tl,. ciyait, a it it the t buriiiug tiI
the Oil e.cimonc-r "- Mary anklhi inu onr itatiboiu
only a few years agu,
The qiustioun i. \Vhat tia! what is >...: te't oil :
Pur a small qituati;l-y t a.n; Kriu-ene marked 11i )
test. into :I lhiilivi mei,-l mend :[i.,ily ai ligh[td m inteb
it vi-'l buu liike skl-.ul, aul i many OtI nirk,.-d
higher teat will :hlvw the sam- reuli : this -inu.pi,-
teAst every hbotsl,- its ou, ght t; L.- ,i'oly t,., her K>er,.- e,e
and it it ituras, retui'u it to ith.- greed' mercihauli t :it
once', with a reprinatid ; wA have toio imuc ,[ it
ahleady in tLhe c,.mintry,'anud itl our houses. .Nor,
imagine itw-, or three ev,.is., with a i.ital ot 4,0Ui) to,
I5, I'.i haire-l. Il t elih Oil ifl,,.it or a` ,hire enaugli to
cover and burn over the entire :nrti.'e ot the bjar-
bour of St. Ge,eogo fur hur eid: think ofl ihe iielpie
shipr and ourn poor old lu't i ..i t 'eorge.', wfaIbhoutt
even lihe uic..t ordinary arpliaice, lor cheeckig a4
fire. We do u.not vcr-n hav.- a Fire Eag.n. It vta-,
imipo[e .il. t 'xti.ii-:msh thie fir oui hi':tm d the ii rk
Caroliina Z," Is ,'iI vithi gititin al'u -i'.a oi the
what: wo still thaLnk an Allvise lRuler ti.,r savinri
the toiw on tna, oreeioan, nd a Ic on1 ,tIt- e|lti and
shall 1 we tempt i 1 ,iii' Cceal,-r aeaitii anl again, \ise. ;
vve !iri;g tbi' \iit'l, y upt-i v.,u .--lr.:s ?
Lot.-k v.eli b..- r- ,'..,u i, 1 p,
Yours faithtinly,

Mr. Gladstoun ena..t Aran i Pa-i.a till ,,t 'i-
ex-cut,'d wiIhe-tint the i.- .il-l-nt i rh[ t.~ove rnimltit
--TL.- li-p.. --d Gri-tuil .-.her-t-i -t Mo..,.- is telaria-
ing t, (':,iu:ane.i,!, -- Painelk'i- w'
attem rt,_,. ;,.:, n ,:-,i ].., Ls\ \ i D u ;, u ,i
be--n ni-manl:: :,1' a tuV-n,.---M-r .L'. -ic,,l :u-!ij: -
the allow. dl:. eo c !i, bari' I the h.,. 'i- ol u t'..i.-
-motu'ii the c2rtua'c o'. n te h I' t t ihibtia I:-. li Lt i_ ,
take' lis s-at.- -TI Italiain _'riitrit if Ap|.e,i! Li-.
decidt] that tie juri'-d 'on .,1 lbh- Itulianu trihbui;i.
'.xtenJts witbn ithiie \alls ofl the- VatiL m ---Quini
C'hristina and li-ir iaby are doing well. --21,'. l-[en -
M St.tuley'- 'it utV luer Is ,n i-ed tti r the (' Cu -,.t. Ti.-
explorer will g,' t, Nice i.a hi !i.',i:dt: ---- ,.t ._:a.;
desires a nmodifie]> tin oi the' ,a (,raliz.t .I ,
with ti.a United Stia es.--- i ;. o ;, .. ,, ...'-
ter hunown as Arthur S.'IetichI r, id. AJ
The FreunchCnuimbn rri h'ive r..,-.. ab,-.i. tea-' at,.-
ment of the g tter'aiilu wat... W C- r;'iv'i q.- i .eeii y i.eit
apparently winh i:voui'.- --The atr:..aut ,of ire-Ta.-i_
received] fr'iot taxasua id France is tui hto .- .> ,! d-

ily decre'asing.--At the Lord Mlayors llauiu.-fr Mr.
Gludstoine spoke f the saitlisfl'tory -tare iin AI fi'-rs.
in Ireland, pruin d the Britih .oidii'i ; f...r their cona-
dur in Egyivt, aodl cherslied thie hope that;c Eu1:lnd
wOvul l ever be able tto prove herr power in ase.icialionu
with ihert) ."
Mr. Gladstoine sated that a ci,,venLitia- wx1nl b-1e
concluded with Egyp: ini.-'iil<-d on that
with Frattnc. ateI th'' battle o( Wa VterIno.-- The
1'iIr-, [tiuil.ib. i .,uor., ivhich is d:ni di, saying
that Franice and EngI;nad h bav,e: em ulo term,-' rt'ar.-i'-
ing the ce'utrol.-- Mr Gi;Jd.tone made ]oce,.'ii' ns
ou the .ecoud procedure resoitiin.- Tiit,'? re-
ports 'ercre preienteld by thi eorituittel.- iveti'ati'indl I
the of Mr. Griy..-- Mr. Yotkhe movi,:tl Ior a
etmuiitteo to inquire mto the Kilmaiinham treaty. --
MIr. K-eLuo, PtIrvltihIte, was eldieted at ELnLa.'- Udcuts1
tell in Paris ,wming toI the rel.ort ot a dispute betveetn
Mr. Tirard and MAr. Legraud.---Tbhe directors of the
Union Geueral will be lried in Deceenber.---Tbe
Pcussian Laudtag has be,-i opened by thli Emperor
in perou --Tie -s.entenee ol Ovcrdark., tle Triestec
bomb thrower, is cunalrmed.

I I S H1 ..

The- nnutal raie..I h-Id under the anii-pi.-e of the
Berniuda Huutt Club coraence';d utn Wealesdiay
last but owinia to the helivy rain which began to
fidl -arly i th-u aft-rnoon, the Steward.1, and J itdges
vwer-e -omp.-lled to -top thhe running aft-r only four
raes had b.en.A .. idd ; and t a -.pec.iial me-ting ,f
the C(lub it wa- dleided that the rest of the meeting-
sioul] i.e p It,:tjioneild mt il ThurI.dy n i-xt, N.,ovem-
bur 23rd, e.-,nuI?'tuin:.t a.t "2 p.m.
ON rTU RoAD. tnoriting of the daiy so eig-'erly ln.,'-
ed for i-y ..iu.' ..;arting e,:unmmunity, and %or which
owne-r-i al I ri.-ras have hb..n soz:dl;.ian-ly pr_.l-nring
for the ia. t -ix .iek.- ;: tihe ' di-s'" whii.h
was to d.b th. hipe.i adu 1' feti of tin.iuv an danxi-
ons train'-r, ii.,:'.e in sunny .sille,- upon our hun-
dred it.: Thi.:'rerN to the wantit. of :t ihunary
thirsty i .wd vi re the fir-t to tak. the i,:al inevery-
descripti,.in ot velhi'le aund vied with ea.h othi.-r in
aunxioiiu has-te to gain th-. ground andrc(. nire c'iu-
mindiiiiu stand hl' they '-oull mmot rc.riilv dis-
p.:se oft their ,0uti,.-in.. wv.ues. As theU huir of'start-
ing' apnlroai.ih:d the it-howy turnout, of ge'utry be-
gini to, !ini' tLi r,..dil rhIe i',oufort abl,.- an.i roorny
landan with it-, f.s.hion..ile anii geily drec--,ed o::inu-
punt', tit,:. natty d:g-:-,.'.et tthe light iad. i:osy b'avgy,
the Vi tt.iri t, the pia-ten and tin tu' n.patuy ,..tiitc.
,all w'iuirlinc: aleng, .nuia j,'tling each other iun i
la:udalble e.inul li[il-u tole I' el tin, way ; the' o A.p-.utsn
chuer-.d the r... writhl their light je-its anil lIt-:arty
laugh. AiWm.,tn-. this g y ;a] fl'-tWive ri'twd. no-n-
andi thi'n :,pc i '-- .-i a- iet.:a-ii -lik.- 'veh-i le
maitelIl,.l on thi pitt-in tof thl. ark ',hi:h
rumniletd anwl cre-ak'-..l ,Ian i it a i:,\er the st,.,ae-t
andl thleu rutt lu:.nill.. ,ft' the j n-. aund the- -liadt ,of
all thsut pris-eii. W\\iding in and. out .,of all this
hurly-,;utLly of i...rri is.:- i uittl .-1 a market wsci-.'n
filled n-ithi .--1 rwtl ,.f u,, try Ilaughiug boyA- .uin-d1
with t? ti: eleitlehi pea",hn..oter ant d ring right ni.lI
left at 'eve-rytbhiun. tiht caiit.i' within their rianL-:,.
Nur was it :.-ly M,.-ther Earth that. ., :-.ialh,-..l m..u
ti, euarny hter n..i-y t. hil.r':-n to the ietdc-z-,.u., for
Fatlthir N,:iptune wa, eulit-.d to aid in the glad
work of trau-q...rt, nd novel did lio wear tt s-e. t-ter
or' m pl-.~-.i.ot a.i.., t. The- whule ,a f i- vii -t
i,')'oici hl,-a 'vet r[ith [ent!.- -.l,:-I' y ti -l -lati-ins tmi l
i:6n it dlau.:.-:d .i l .pi,..rt.l a, tttlt.L I 'i r.ift ,-f all
i-iz.-s ;ani riis-., fl ,ting_,, lik. i :.wy r-,-. i ull- to the
white un.l di-t.nt -s nd-i uf Shi.-lly l-iy.
T -r. R.,: Cotr.,r: a.O C Gr,-,N.D).
OIn am ri- in'.-.n the giroumud the utiua-l y .iil .,in-
inA ate-d q,.e:ae lri. a united it-f..lf, booths t..f ,ev-ry yp-',
.i/e- andl di:..'ri1ti.-n dott. their o ett' ,.'. -'e ...f the'
crtr-.-:,n ;ld wenvtiling in can.l iout in :1 uit.- c i-i-ag'
strtr:.nm wv,:re t., 1-r ..-i. th;- sr' i,- t i k.. t of the
t-n-ine:-r, fl-tukAd i;-y 1 t,:- in -r. -O itito- ur..en ,,f Lh:-
rid -mnt iii an tl h- Ihlue.- if thi.. na'ua -r : _ivili.iis a .1
enilit.iry .ll min'-l'. with i lhue ia'.k-tira -I.l ,ne rin'.--
bent touly on nJ inu', tl.i-: In..t ..if ,li _-.'.iiij .t leoai-
lay. The sett-it f lth' : r in.l St iiu. wei.. linAr
V V'iL} -,r-'r niiiii .I I t -l l brI -e. a ,.d thl .- I.,-
1r' e wa. i- .,t..-1 w ith th,- t I :i lic -' of i .-; :.,er[ :,.,.t
tlie ir fri- u..l Th.inks- t.., the' c.i.t'iil c a ld nei.:,: t.
e.m-,rt. ..f M r. Edi.vird Pr'dow-nt in.-l his .. :p tt' at
S -t.eti ..if w-.riniln, ith ...r-,- w in i,. -li.-i1 .:.D i
ti-.e :,iIl inver in b--ttr .twin-.'-t" .Or.l.-r. PBy tih-
p |i, ii.i toro :i. :loi-'ht of ,,ur :-,ell nit h,,u,,'..r
1 .'? ,r' y n 'thin.- i;!5 '.-nbtiun-' f ri tih.- .:-.,til t "inl
S .cn,' uie i. of the jro.l:,:ty-.; witiii the ..d-
,]lin.c pI1 '- I: '.:-rntr two- teat-u in whli. i they -.,vI.a'i
pr'. I t ih0 i ,dnic:l\.-s f.:' -ech i: v i .is -t rIme o0t'.
Trin IN.eriu::Nir- or TUE MIEcriNj.
S :. : ly i,- t..r.- t tit t :,:- ,i t.'l ,or th'" opeu_-
-. i 1 .. H i- E x.: t li,-. y i.ies t.- 1. L.. T.
it._i, 1 it, R .E ., -rri .-: .. u th.. i :,o.- ir .i i-1 took il -
: in iti:: -t .nd- J n i :-il- r,:d v rb.:>.- tl -- b; .-
hi m-it-la', x b"iii i- tI:b i t it ilir -1 f i l l i i-.t-e t
-" I tv .in i.s', i, .c', il I a l,.: .
T i,: ; ',r [ ..-:- .-. z ,ii i il Y,' -I- th.: M tiidh u i Sta ,
.l i .t.iL- n I e I i-i, w1 t t'i t : x,. : jt i th.
; :.. !, "., thI :r,. c .l ,i m -,:i,:,,1 ..t 'isun.-. l r-
-r '_ :m l rr.,r : nall t ,.' I:0 i.".. tie i-- i .--' l..ti t
S twc.: -4 i..t i.t-i ,..t ip -t.:ly r. u d th i, a art .- .- t:u'..,
S tl.-y ..tni. l ..e l -t, i., ',-d.. H owv, er thi-y r .- r..t
i .,i. -i t. ..i-i r i .t la.-t ia I : r- e rilBnc i n .' i- ,''
I wha Sir t' .,rU t', ribl 'r i e' -1 -tut lel- ly d, ,.-j-j;
ith : a- f i't-ti. l du-ire to tilt ;:.I'aiu t, .:.f tie
I lo-iu,..ry p,,.. : ,, i ; ._. in.-id,, o, i h, >....iir .1.1.. ,.a r-
it -i.'. u i h! hint uti- u .o-, wel l Ihat e .:iue,'e- ,.1,-.' in
hir- ti.t tih' -.t .ut ni,. ttun'. tI -l- uuhI- ,: .1
him-,li, %l-iiSi t-. unci frt:.:-.1 fri.,in i iiiup,-ai-'tut
i.itrl.-Li, kei.t t.- :.:r.=r --- i *.: l.,lut ,-tyie .nu i fiu-illy
in tihe '0- ,.,u I rui ila .I ,. ,1vm ri .a to ju,.inn tlr:
.t ,- d '.nililt..' Iu the ... t,,r '.- C.f tit ,n '..- 1
,'-Lt i -. ;i -: 1,O I m .10 li ..i i i 'b i I
tr n-ud..u, :r.-.p -r. In ti,.: :t. G -,..r: ,.- ;t..; -
A, t in '. [-E,, 1'- t ve in io t-I t m.1i-L y I ..a
tLathe c otdJd uut wait until he,- v v,: within ,11.:- .1-
:.i [, ,.l. l ,. : >.. ;. d i-,a...ul t..d .,. th ,: ..-. :'..
S r. ,ha,..e ,.," u." t tt- 1.,, l, and1 0 .& 0 u
itr. ia i -i ii i' m-i tit- i Ila."-!. i ui c'l' .I ll 'ii i-
in a iu.,.I. i-n .ol th i j .i'--.' t..t .! i..' lii. t- I
, ill -i _..t, i with his e( ipl..aI t.i N ot l lt:. l t
th;i li l- <.. i- ..- w. lil- ...:,iri- -' l' n to M r.
Zu.till' -:.ul rheu hb- r.a Ile i to .-it i tlh ;.t: th h.t
threat: ...r f',ur yer., I:.-. h:- ai i- .: .i.f thi :- i-u .-
f.-rthl'I intt r :'t k: ..,r x- rly -u ii '..., ..
thr. :', u.i thiu- li li r ', i 'i y..ii _'.:
if" y.,..1 nw ., t t.:o i.. t 1., it. T hen t .:,, i..i ... r tL,:
,., i-.w ..l t i.i. i t...- ri. :. i t I I. r: .l
Hm It i .'t .: .l- ri thi ;ii..: II .u i .l!t t.
Ut .- .- i- .r. .iii-l t I k-r l ..'l .. i. r '.. t f,.
i ,:,ti, L t-, t ..... ,-..,.1.1 h .r ii, !. .: 1,i d i in '.,,'h

l'o,;, ..1t th,. d t, w ..-, th,- t.ii ..,; M r. V',. P..ui .t.n,]
at ti,. thlu .l httril.e w hi,..h hi:- I ,,, t.... tlv- ->-.-ll-ku.w :,
r.tcr iu i:k. .itru.-.l bi. .!ly, tht,..w in.:" hI: r,, i-r
h,:i .'ily t, th .. .. w ,,., i .h .l .,ll n; ..t.: r-
hii !. ..ti.i,:' i \V e ,,i ,t ,.' t"* .-..:v t
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fi r. .)''_.'.,.i l ",,' -. I., ,J.l t r r p" :. : [i. ; ',
',_i-ht wvh al !" I wei-h,.d ,. t,'" ;lla.l a.:, th.. :.t.,i.:. -,
-. i, .... \.ill t\ ll t., ('.':, t, v-!t.:t ran 4lh :,!.; l,
nhi,1:, .h..,,,t. i'h.: foll,..wia ,' i-. I, -t Oi, thb lt .....
;'l.,l t'.'".. pi r- pl h tJ il;lt' \\'iuL .' s-.. ". .--
'-. ML T LE-.-F.- all hor.-. r] ,t
hi !,r' n,\- : ,'-,i :, r-1, iin i: .r! u !.i H oi .- t..,. -
>=.1 it Bh.r.cl8 ,,ilo .v..l 7 ll'.-. A bo!.ut i t ii.- ...,a
tir, ih i[. 1 .'. t .tk,--=- L' l..
M r. D. Il..l![-' eh. g. Fiv.r.,:,, 11,1, B,,-,' ',.'.,
M r. \V~. Peui-t,:.,. ..... ... ... ... 1

",., *...' Lh:ur.n + rkwnr ,!t ....... ............ 2
Jr. I,. I'.{ r :. i ., h. e .. L ," l1l1 7;..,'.'.. ,' .,/,-

,d M r. -kin u -r: ...........................3
?fr. L. .ri t : iY, n. T,., -vy, 1 I t, o .B.'., .:,! /,..
iM r. l'. ,Z mill. ............................. i
r. r '. ar t i I.,L.LI:, Ist. IL.. (M r. tL'. t-
o r i ....... .... ..... ......... ..... ....
M r. C iy.;,:r- ii' I'. n. Smin GA..rNir, lIst, Jr-'e ii '
b,,I/ M r. D C'..-,pr) ........................ 0
Il'. ictaii Swai :-'.ne gir. in. (C,.'LLi;..N BAWv I -it,
'.,ii '.-. .. .e i(' 1pt-in ;-i trio t .......... 0)
Ms E '-. .. I.,. i.- Ai L.x i i l.t, ;. .. ., "
'.j ..7 ,'. i\l l\ .t .......... ....................
Ei. it rt .i -- p":l t .1 it l a aft, a fal-e tart,
thtit t.v\- I Ill tih,:.: ,i-., wA ith Ihe tI-t x-:eittiou eOf t\Iv', a
L,1-...itt..r r:i iudl tih,'e -ciure, thn.y w'.Arn got aw.ty to-
i._ :her-, Fi-i.-r," l-ed .ai the- way fli:i\\,eil vt-ry
miun.h iu tit,?e ordi- uta vt: .aital. Tinmi ; i ..3 it ',ce.
uf Wl.i himuci usd iild undir. Weight f'or inehe, : 5,
ibs. Ittlowe per inch uudonr 1. hands. About 1
inile on thetl it. Stake- 1).

Mr. T. J. Pearmarn's ch. h. TOM, lOst 7 lbs.,
B!hi,-. ainea / t tMr. Skinner)................ 1
Mr. Twomey's gr. g. SULT'AN, 12 st, S'r..: lid-Jy,
hiA, *. i',n,, Ab/ia iup, (Captain Seton),....... 2
Mr. E. Zuill's bl. ir. DrxsTr., l2st, Gree7 cent,
e,// l, !Mak .kea ( Owner) ...................... 3
Mr. R. Smith's oh. 7n. Tor-sy, 1lAt 2 lbs., Bloa-k
/mid 'ic., tiM r. C'. Zuill ...................... 0
Mr. ;i-irritt'as b. m., 9--it 11 lIb.., Pink,
(M r. Castuner).............................. 0
Mr. i.laubb's b. m. Mis.rT,, 2 lbs., L';uit /'iie,
e,. g. ,h!f /4t, ( Mr. Arkwright) ................ 0
Six -t-rted, and all tzot away to-g-eth,:-r. "Tom"
ulurinu' -suodiiid round -.howtetl igns of I,.olting but
Mr. Skinne:'s skill s.oon put him in front again
wher-, he remaninri till the cid; ,s-,(ond:l three
lengths l hinid, fouin lrn-,ths botweea 2nd and 3rd.
THE BERMUDA 11I--NT 'CUP-V.aiu: Twenty
Pounds. For aell horse that have been hunted
in Bermu Ii. Alt.-1t 1U utih. over hurdles.
Mr. llbr. g'*. J. ~iLEr, 12st, P '/. l bo-.f,
Ath e if,.-- s, r l1 ,;, lOwneri ................ i
Mr. D. J. L.ue's br. g. C'om-., I ltt 7 l:bs., G,'eri
a -.lf ip. Mr. XV. Meyer).................... 2.
Mr. W. Peniston'.- br. g. JA..S, list, i',.':'-: atin
't,.re''et, Owner........... ...................... 0
Dr. S. A. Sanith'., eh. g. A1.o .A.A,, ls.t '7 lbs.,
B ,.' ,nl ,'.e I iMr. Ztdill I..................... 0
iMr. Arkwrii.-ht'sJ :h. ',. i-,'.air or :r. G-onorG,
10.l t, 1 .. /, ; .':, (Owner .................... 0
A. very hb.d .start sent tive away, the Knight
leading', f,-ll'r..i by Jri:k ;a'I Jiuggihr, and
kea-. a l-:-;a way b,-h.iud : aftt'-r tho tirAt 2 bulhies
Cunm't forged lah-, 1I and i at ori. time- lo,'ke,- like
v inning, but .Juggl..r cIlar.-I hi:u ;it the leit liap
and won Lby thre-- C-.niert s-cond, the rest
ur-where. Time : 3lwin. 3, sc.:
15. For :dll hor.:-b thwe propi-trty of arind ridden-
iy Orti. i:r- of th..- Army or Navy q.uater-o., in '. About 11, nul.: otn the i rlat..
M Tr. T nwomv'-, -r. g. SUL.r.-N. 12N t 7 It.., 1. r
b,,.,,t. e'.l.- I.; :, /I ,i ti u ..Captain :.-;,--t,.nrL .... 1
M r. O'C'r..n ell br. '. .Ji.,:ir.i tH, 11-t1 7 lbs.,
B I,.-'1 /,. I., T /;. .', -, ,, .,' ,.,I p ,oOtt-ner) ...... 2
Mr. Glu-h's i>. in. Mls-Y, lit, L,.l' I t6', .'./
,:..,,'/ i.''. iM r. A rkvight .................. 3
Captaiun 'i ..Xhc.' gr. in. C'O.LLTr x BA.N, IlI.t,
I', .'. ,., .- .',ptaian S.:tou ........ .
Mi'ir riudti S ult n wv-'et ah,- J'l fitt a -trotg pace<:
whikh tOie, little: m1 tri: .'illintis-y ,,u -t."inm-l for a cou-
rple of rounds, wh-n ithe rey i't-.k tih,.: l: .l and won
ats he- iik'., thouio-h 3M. .%I'C,.,iin-ii p li.-d Jugg:-ri,
t"; either very :lc"'-r!y it tihe thiii. Time A main.
7' ** '. I.

Dr. tI-it N,-: OF 'iTH SF l Ar. ,'-.
An obie'tiun i 'r-i 1._:'i1 by' thie owner ot
'- Dc.-xtter to SuIllt tA'n. owt'-r Leing allowed to
.l-iin ,.-..und mr.-u, v or the ,-r. Gcorgie's Stike;i,"'
on thb griouud lth:i his- J'... ky e.liiinuitaedt- on tiho
cou r.:-.
The Stewards li;e.'- alloxTeI the .bieetion au i
ion .-,:.,:oitd nUl DOJy ,. "iD:t-ir." being
Dr. A Sa itii i i iii ,.ld .-t:irt- iu th..
"Bermuda Ilunt C't..i" Ti St.;'.:lrd. dJ'cided
thi obj.ectiou to be 1: f .. 'it-.
r. D.1)I. J.J L oue h-..l a .aijt.ji'Ltiona to Ju,_,lOer'i
owner ri-ti -iviug tie IIJ.n IL' f..,t "'the -iert iida
1-unt (.'up oCL the griu.i,.t lii, S i; i ]jui:kvy wi.s
nnler th, required wei:h i M:u.u ,.,,ighei iu afterr
thoe Rce.
ThO Steward,,.I h. u: .u-'l:or'i" jockey
w:ti- a llu. i-d ua.-:idAint.illy ti.i .Staurt t i. the Race'
uinoeL-r iii-' pr.-p.- -r wi.- it, al' hn v- a-ijul._-edj the
'i nut Cup to Jm,;-t.-r.

LcirIi', N.:-.- .-i-er. ,, r"-i.lyl I*t..
thi.: .,, t.ui t H-: xre" j',.-t;'- _ni.ioi-l,_- i -i,.ii tt ct when
;I p ki.:.:- atl thl. 1 t Lordm ?I ..r'- t iun lt-l
ti ,- ini u.ti th v .' v.i i r t i -' f li i.: -f ..
ci-ty in I: l .al t. .' it.nii .:.n its ui:i.iUnt i'out-
d:iti,,ij ..r b. i.r.,k,-u up. T'. -',.-. : rr.n, n- t L.a liot
rutpled t., 1-i e th.- 1. ,- r, intra-t..i t., tihuin with
uvi',r awld d:t.:rnin'-ith.',. At tthei ,aM a ti_ M y thv
r-li:.-ii m ntO, .. omI .: rly .'n i- rt i -i ..,t j.i.ti-,-.
Hi 0:ouald nowv., It,- -i.ei, r:..': rd i- i.nviiti.ia tha:t
a. Ele ," tldLC oit .- til'L.nte v..n t .i twl u.**- ,*i' the)
Irih, to s-.k i mit n.m...r.ivi.u ..t liivw 1...- pc.i. .. f l ':t-
Wforts.. HI tvnttirid to- a i thait the L-..tlu'l 3t'e~.i of
-i,,,:ity in Ir l. ,ld i:r u....v in but little ..- .n-':' r.
Th.:- i .,uthlly r.-ti'u' ,-f .u.-ar' ,,utri,,-. -.t-.-: u,,w
Ill, ca-i -tiitOaN;i. ivith 515 i:.:.inuitte.1 in I 0:t -l..r.
I'M',. ThreW nia'Lt Ibe tin rel-aud\..'sanr
,,piniou-i i Ind d .-it-r. thiat ,. ,itl- ul :.v--r L: i lnll.-i ;
bia if thl Iri-lh e : ....ntent c.:. w i li : th.- wa ,:,f 'a
le-'.mlity ti,. EIlapii'' w.i -i -tainL' an-,ld ei':,-v- *.. t'_.'i h t.-
et.'t,i rt.U ian .ti ih-.-ui.lly awl kin.ii ly spiritt ..y u l-yitan1
th;it In y iy e unt:l .: t'.ieI fr :I dei-..:s,.iio N i aL p_-'r ..t
p!: bli':ityt i m itt-- iiI_-' t i It Li l' :,ii:y-.
Britn i tu tuti.,n i.v.ld L 1 -:.troli ath -,':e ,l .:;-b. e;-
v,.'. ti, ii *" .. _i.u ,- ., t.:. .-i, ..t A j .e ll.t n ,-m ...f-e'. -ry
p.,it, ,i ,,,-.-- vi. tt i..-.,i aL i t-- It to i a :,:. tpl>h-telv
.'ti. i ,t ry, .. : l: t la i. i r n,.i ti.:-r.l.i 'i-,u-
M r. Gl.AlI u :n ..;,ly pr.i-el th,:?..W.O In. t of tt,,n .
.i-ctnil ii .'....- -, in tI a :. in, te u .. tini i ': l. -v ,. L.' e
i .li. il t \v,. .. 1n i ..l ,in:.iira;.l. i ni h! t.r ,-. Te ,.
:. .i, a h 1 :- l- .' u .It
t.e t' _. '., ., t .-xi i: ,.u thir; E i,i- exp,,.-.:n ,
t -. t.. ,: .- u.I i Y .t t ri..h,.
tit. h..:p,. r!, .t ti vi.o t l !,h vt.t- ,'.,l .-- ''.,? i.,,.- &i.,- t -. i .., pii .,o;'
h i-r p .- .. 1 iL i it i'., it'. i i'ii,. it,.t h ,, l,'t-.
L lri .; ''i!- .l.. .::in .i1 .. ut. r ;\ hi-t iil.- in
r-. rd t ,,. -..c',:r.uti- t's f l'..rit.!n t i .:iii :y. Lord
ti) tf,: rix hn *.I, h ,, tno'at..-i.-.U- rto E":, it .i e i:tab-
li-n' ny ulil tire .r ill,-" itin, :.... ilti- th -r..-., but-
t... I:' r-,!,, v n'.h '-.: '.l,'ai ,.1 M .i..,t w h,.o. I \ g l
kt L ..,,.l' ti*, .iilt .. i l ,il._dility w .:r.: in '.. !.- : f-,,r
ihi : il di l,:. ,'i ,.., ,f 1:": .... :, uo ri 1 r'lL, ..I 1,, >. > l-

)i-i' Piu .E -- i --l 'e .. ii

Tr .--h'tl V ,'tdo .:. v i t, r in.L'-, ),?-l. ,t.' 1 o
l', -', '._ -r ,..i r t .h:' ,.:m i, r.. I _- T" ^.RiF:'
ag .: 1 ::' .' *.-.. ,-, 1' ,.! ., -..
It ... lti- ti ul ,h tty t.t i ,. r.:.-.t e th- e f.i.-i rt ,:f .rinvi
iti '. 1,triti t the ,tl .l .. oi.I it -- n .l.ui.l v ,.,, iu l :-...,-
,:m.lil. .. ,f th,.. il th,, it.- t;i_..< thit b,:)lnud th,.-
d..J.* -,.,l t,:, :. 11 ,: l n .l..-r. >:f tni- :n iii,, ty. R i-
h d i T u, ;,.r w -. i,...ia ia" ;i r. i-e...r_.. i, -".-, t..ti,
f,_-i'[ .i .>r 1 i ,. 7. Li, I ,T' !i w 1i h Ii t Mr..,tih.-r
; ,th.-r r.:-i i ,.-- I.:..: 1 0 n ,w -,:,,,, ..ivutv n.ld
*iin,:..: :,t ;im I,,. i .- !...,. i ..i.:-utii ,l mi L-'r,e..u
i ,.. r : u r- i '.,'.. irijpi.,v,5!r_. -it .lau,.l qr'.., t!) of o,, ;"
e, i. l'i, 1,h-r. !',v- v' l. : t1'fii- ,tt.!^ ,,utI,-in.un,
and r 1 11 ;n ,i -!,,,k -, iu!<:.' it,, at ., ..... r,:,.:,,"-

th ,r i ..,j-i -t,_.:t ( l'ri ti. .n .:...[ -r vhbi. h e..,m -
ttti ,n.'., the:- r i,,=,t jt ,',t,:-,-t: ,...i :,1 aui l bi. livi uji."
fi' lth in t i .,, A ; ;..-. t,:-n,ained st. ,!*.tf t .:idl

ir: t:. : v: ry l- i t, i Vtie ill: -, i.. tIt to. fa... thI.- .- e ilit
kiu..-: '-f t- .:tr.i,-, wv Athl.nt fli. i n.' it : :. t, t, .i
inmpte---;iin" liOiu t.:; nu..l-. oif th,-ia vW-io w-er.' at
Lii, i'.,..l-id-, t t 1ki, f. tii w ll f f,.u-no .-.l.
lie wa.l- jioi.;r wt.1 u .,t :' F'. t-r'-s Ei.i'..i:p i.i
(hureh, niad an a-,'tiv work,.-i in the eair.,'.'- '.f tit.-
The PIONELn jo-,ian xilih tih.- ,Liutr..- :otilmarit-.-
in extendiiag i..-.rtftlt yiu- ,t,;y t.' tha- h-,
wrid xw itl v,.rhe r e!t:i-,-i: Tli an' I.--,il -i-i-t-.*i
wi,.re- h i-d rF il.t y tt vLe,. iu St. I'et..r'. ihi-u'r i,
hei-g e.nldai t.i by :-v. \'. V. VILtjtt -n, tIO
ia.-t.r, aft--r .l-i[ it tih,- I.oedy w.t. t ak-n to, the
ide.,vI t, ,t b s.tI.nt to ciitiaie aI ,fr iittrl ',-tturt, \vii,,re
t -..o of thin dci-:-.'. d'- : dhilir n. :I .--it-- au:da i str-
in- law are buried.-b.u .. '.,. : i'.,,- T' -, Y ,'. 7.

France and L/,.ui.-P..r..s, November 4.-Ir, is
stated that China pruote.-.ted t-.-inst. the French ex-
pedition to Tonian so peretrptomily that no re-
ply was vouchsafed.

Destruction of the Poors' Asylurw by Fire-Pa-
hints in the Hospital Roasted to Death-Spe,-lalors
Powerless to Aid Them-7The Fire Beyond thil Cou.
trol of the Department-Fijty Perwons Supposed to
be Killed.
About 12 o'clock last night. (i'th Nov.) while all
hands w.-re .leepiung, fire broke ,:ut. in the hako
house in the basement of thn iaun.-ui~ Poors' Asv-
lurn buldlinmr. Ex'.ftlvy ho.v it aro,)e iS not very
clear, but the smni,k., of tha smold.-ring w..,,d spread
through the buildii;n into the d-arinitorie:s, and
cant ed the utnim.,t terror ainlon. thei fuUr or tive
hundred itinmrte ,of the institution. There was no
imrediate.ii- .1 i.ser, so th.* offli.ials of the' Aylum
did not takel. inmrnedi'"t stip to ir-mov'., the iuinat'-s.
An alram was sornded, from b-,x fi-:-,. Carleton
Str.-..t, and thii- ,frrol:,_e had -i]i,:o ionmiimoiuc-ed to
soun-I when r"-eIs were run out of th-" -aina hit-use,
a.q one or t\v-o irten-n h;appennl to bel about. A
few people wh... hi d n,-t Woue tio b..:i anuId ,thr-i-
who lived in th nieilihborhood got -.,t t'I the build-
ing. They found-I'mu'ke is.*L-Ti. fi'-ti th- wull-loWIS
all over the building, but n) flitm,-, t'-i b..- Cn. In
the West. wine, old wom.m and 'hiilrtn. wet',:r s.:"-n
iat the windows .skrie'king to b, let ..,ut and as tley
begau breaking the l. -.;s it w-a. fi-:i'..- tb,-y would
throw thein-ri,?lrs-- out A .\m.nan d.Ished
at the door I-ailing fronu thlii win into thlt yard
and with a f.w vi.-orous blow.s of hi-i axe ,- kui-ked
it iu. The ,tairway- w\r., -.r:,w.,h:i :n I .ouyt calme a
ipro,,esi.un of wom.-n nurimg' little- ol.l
.ir--ah-:l-.1 *r.n-l.ii:-, ain i'.?! ble nld imenu. All ald as t-.y --m.-lt rlit-: fre-h air
without th.:y thhir thanks, .tud tl'-u be- ,. dljng fi.r thii that on- till ;ll wa1 s ,a
bL.i.ilL .f ,',ifu- i.,n. Than it b..:.a 0. 1 kit.iwn' that,
in ti,.- uippi:t wards f tdit vtiug i: .:. aill thi nmost,
he,-lles-. .m, o'; the firnoeim an'L! ir'-wart.s, and
tild-rai in, a .:lerl .yr' .'j, .:n i o.i-.- rr, w ', i,.ri
among t:-early ,arrivi l- hate-nied tup t vill-
ius hands were ru,.i-n .-ttin.a tlhi..- 'i il, th.:- it tand
lame ..lown the Il..-n, indin,; .:tL.i Th w-...rk was
a Onnebt-'.rily .Ij- 11n- bIut ib.ll, tli.t win- wafN
emnptic i. In ti,-. ru.-.,awlhila the flinie-,, in thl be-',,:-
inent w hilh til.- sei i nt'lant,n- in.. i:r anl'
we-'-e tri in-.; toi k-:p I l -, .pr.i d t., thl i ,rof a
lon air sih-t't or : tir i ..,:i!,-- to ih- tI.n ,.if the
mn in l.ulil lin'.. Th i..lritft h,:.V,- an pt the flamni-.i
npwuard with a tri' ii;:doit ir i.:r, ..ud i a t'Lw.
sei.-nls-i theIt' l vie-.,t pirt ,. tL.: ,:, nt.riati...a was
il the t.op ,:.f th il ,i !uil !lii^.:'. ThI: lr f.',, ii.-
un.] i -r th. re-- .v'' in this Il.1ildu-., a e n-,I' a;- th,.
hi..,ipit nd, an'!d i it v.;:' :,1 ..i t :venty p:tienuts,
mo'st of thitni p'.l.rf-rtly b.-Iplp,,' iTh ftir- .a- n:w
fiercely brniu.-- ri-'lit in the. very hoe-pital, and
above it th.' I t *,r.i.t,. tl l the r.--_.f till the k--ad
poured down in -tti .n-; of liillinut fir.:, an'.1 thi-
.tLites flew on 'ir-ly 'i,: in a d...,lv .h..," r-ni.-i-
ing any ne:rn' ilappiro .I to tI l.miJlini g .lm,.i..t ..:*-
taiu N,,utwitht-'tine]iu thi thil vwer':
hluudr,' -l tt- tli,. ,,ut .iM, win n...l.1 willi,,-ly
have- entei-', the bi'il.' if tiery :,:,ul.1 h''v. fo.untd
thillei- v y thrs..i hIi rh-i pa ,:. In.l-.-d i .til dili
...) in lbut i,-ii.l..a ,, : 1:nl!,l do a -thin' in
that i rn.,:.,s.: i. illit u1 :in'. 1,. t iv, t n t-: the
yard. .n A .tt--nipt wi.- m.1.' t.o ri:i-. lald:-.. to
the wi l.:,ws, iiut th. l'. 1 I l'r- wi: t,.io- ..h-.- r, a dl
uitti-r a tin-itIn u -. k .i.:!; .i-wn 'by :! t:illinr
l..ri. lk, au..l it w a. [I. th.: .1.1. 'l *:' :. ll !-.1b -
swv-pt away in a f,-- ,ininit: the' .te-r.-i. w-ro
.itoiped. Te tie l.ur.-.t .'t: t!: w.uh thei r,...f, ind
i[hr ':-un w. ,'n' i-r-.? tr h t,:r' Fir
ab.1ive th:- ri:r i fl ne-- an'l .r.-..rk .t th:, l.'Ini -tin_ '
lat:-sa ': i l h.:- n .. ,.f i' wv t..h -.l it-
ti. ts in .iie h..- pirl. "1 : .., r ,:* -thi .i : :hb .
?lo-t of them as t...f.:, t. i, '-..- L i ...i l.I
not l.I-rve tLb:-ir b-i-.1i, ;r l p. rhi .r -. I, w i, .. tby
th s6i .:,k.. I., th? ,:r,.t-l d ar, ,:. .'' i:h.-,l th _.,n,
bt lt otiltis W-; :i'.-- ... u t.: i .1i .:' ,,'i l\.: :. a .Ilns.
thi wi .l ,,'. a- il ':-iii ) to t'. ~.-I- : till tl''ir
At :t' i v'l i i .-'i tl.- 1: ..)I iit I a l i t-1 tfI ', ,inu-I

A wioru.v t n, ..v -11n to.t dr..:- :-r-,' .-,l t h. e ..-ru,:r
wi ud,-,w, :r,,l f...r.;i i-, hr .d b. l h- dt til! Ash-.
couMd l.r... 'tlh.. th ..:, air \"irt.:. t, .!i.: r m ,nh ..,I
in that p...siti,:n till lir- ..i -I1 x: i :-t-'. It,
i kna \vu thit tiher-- wT,r,- ali,.it .- e-ity -,tit- .t- in
[ii hospital, .a dl -, f. t't-r -- .. I I- -'. .: --_t.-t n.:,.1,
only Iilf a dozen : i.-.. l.i.Iu! I :ft :. th. t!.In. --
**. t 1or ill further :e. pr,.. : t t t.. pI : A i .liA.
ral nm a wlhoi is in a pi -iti,.i ti, ku.:. -.[it it.... th,-
los of lif> to b- not I:: th.ian hfty, 7 anI..1 t'.L-e all
p.itients in b.''spit Al.
The poor -It p.:-! I .!e an.'. Ittl,- 4.hiI.] rtn, "-,A, ,,ltt,
i:.f tL.-: ..t ,- r p. rts I..f ti: nil lii .; -',: ri: i i l. il
t,,,-r i thi p r-.-' n i .trn. lit t .e .lit i t. ;i- .: ,v llu. i, i
wv.v,*'., thlcr pa.-k.k.l .ai-lu,1 hli h tr.iw' :Ila i'ilnk-: t-
to, k,..p them/u ., frt.,,!. till :a .rui _'.
T he! I.,uillitI,'` i. till I:, rnii :- o l'y:-r,: a-, w '>?-'O t1)
pr.-:., nand th-r', i u,. d,.,o t ii wil l t'.,t.a l d1,'-
.-tr, ,. aI, a, it i tt- .: ly 1.- : u ,n ti A ..Iutil .t th-'
firent-tni with the n.,,rr i.,v, r ait ti' H !' .-'.. i, 'd.
Tho buildiu'- w\ is- r'.1.- ,"r,., !'' .. -,n',',-

Eyitt is p'r.bably the ol.k-st u.ti.iii in tih world.
it i i E- lhaid a '..,iti e i-:'ir.u-e r-.'.hiinc
back '., th I -. bitthi of Chri,-t, mni re, 1.; :Ii3.i" y-airs;
it c.ntat'ina the rim- in-, of :i tivilicati.'u whi.hli .-?
ed before the agp: of written hi-i.i.ry ; it ha-s iar'go
attiti. ill lils andl a great '-anal :'ni- :'tit-, the
Nile with tho Ri.-- Sc-; ; it-i l...y al;,v isi ,.tc] n.v.-r
xith pyrImisn -i, ti e ruinris of an, dii,-s, huge
-t ti.-es and .ibiti-l. t tm.nir'l-.; .t .i it .'a*, the
m,:,t ,.luleut :ad p,)wie-ful ati-,n ,,n tht- g .L' e wiiu i,.itcl it ,,2,'.'i. years bi:fore the ('hri-i i't n
Among th.: rt r ,v l! i:f LI i w,:,io e,.ft';l ..'.utiy is
the ot le-.t of tht p[vr tai, k I n '- i -..- r:iil .- .as the
G-.:-i Pyramiti, or ihi_-- P;-:r.nMid i .lft ,- p,. It
On : .f Lt.: .- -'n a :,:.1 .-, of : :.i ] .t t '' .,iu..ndi
year-- .go, in tih titn,.- ,f ( th -ak'.. -n.1 i. n,, l0 s
ILe wf .n.t er of turtirm.,. It .ni.i ii, i :'rra:t,- t
a!:u-.'tit ,- iii -_ r., i-. :h- ll r i-il i.- t.Ie -r'.-un't ,
.idl tie- l'-;,! ; ie '-d Pndh- ;. .f n y i; iil~liun ,::-,-.g
.:, .t:-I by ;. a. I' ,. l: .,-e ,,,vet., tlhirte a a,:res,
e: .'-!i i it-i .- L:. -\r :.,; ;-i iV f,?je t, it- h.i i-th is
4"-.."5 f,. t, au, ,i- ;o i. i, .1 rc '.',.nt i i,. .;: ,11 ii,,*
t':in 'i.f s" tone. l ut it-. gr-.t u -i.:- i- i.- tthe gir.:tt-'
,-tf it i mni i'n-l-i Its l,.unt i n nii-.niG.- pl-', sa'.i--,., ith cn-
ri ,>t) chalt bihr-i- of p .lixtel --too:.-, the .- or-at- a..ijust-
meat of it .rides tj tino four,:ardiu ,1 p..iiil .tjl I'*,
a- r,. i .. i,! l'.i.:t h it .";rt.r-'. t i.k n.-h ,'...-
oeu'l .a with in ..- r-t a.1-, n -, y -well b-e i-r'.ii'led as
Si, .' rid'ile if our tiue.

E. B. Jones,
1Cortier t f iie'i i tI eil ....i trc't-,
HA J 'ST f'E 'IE lIKD,

fri I.: Lon:di:ln vi:Li New York,
.!'N a'l youths realdymia1-e
Do. Do. Felt oi iil Tw.?-.1 -I .'TS
Do. I ). tCAPr
Htmilton, Nov't-mljer 7, 1" N2.

A I w i y s on H0 a n d,
At Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
Cornell's 1st Steps in Geography
Do. Plinma
Do. Intterediate,
&c, &c., &1.c
Hamilton, November 4, 1832,

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