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Title: The Bahama argus
Alternate Title: Argus
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: George Biggs
Place of Publication: Nassau Bahama Islands W.I
Nassau, Bahama Islands, W.I
Publication Date: 07 16, 1831
Copyright Date: 1831
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Bahamas   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 16, 1831)-
General Note: Latest issue consulted: vol. 5, no. 47 (Dec. 26, 1835)
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THE BAHASA ft. dicn. To he Bo mm, a r space ia Tpa iaT kinJ, k nrt; n ud g rr*t |esiancha. Tbly as
wlbd---- e Mad. The actofd Govrnm t,tho a and u a t,& M 5, adL WWP
oruIm.mmD 5m-w w Ia.., n. F. liionof its Legislative Bodies, l decisions of its r ua l Ae t i tloe ti wtHiWt TImy Mco-id br 0l
__:r --rent sui< ao u, w, horuidiir the c*ial
aiglt llmn a p y mme. of Jua ieC &. ac. are bje of great imteret to the' I vw n dw,.. r r fU t xe "e A.a
coamuniy; and h Eduii rle himself tht no oppor-I J-yil *.a-it, t ;' th0 ,the cof"t o'L..
lusity shll be eglected, nor any exertion on his part Hiving aYi;. ekmharlked, ,se at length b i
spar udtolay thm bem fslo his reder. He will ao avow bay ,f" it, ,in. itwre tha EE r.u +e E ll
Sfrannly, and express L ly s dely his opinion fhs Tof :isr t, t, that t riar N t hthi
but mean s of promoting the iiries of all-at the same cire l,,I A ll ,. F ,' f!..-, i nrn, is the met. '
time, evince aprope rseper* Sr *w def then who would hl iranfcr I -;. and thut th *cnntflaB
T OUNL G EIRES, aminthem me end by any hom ble nmean; and he alCo I: ho f .. c.r Tth ale s .atsd,
Nev uneisitaingly anes his atCAlt to the cause of Civil 5' .'" *4 i Sy I
tieS N .. r , .. r, .,- 'I ,'iaen frne t twlreh, k-ag .
To be me I and Religious Libery-bt i allBcaewillcarefully avoid J,., :. i ,,,ty and f 0 Ai !'im~ th '
wishes e s. I 'bea' t P nt e thrl IN,
On i glt i en dee dC 7The Edklr doe notflalerhimselfthat Ta Amonl' I "h r ,i:itAI of the ia ';s
w1lWl-lboibi i will, at the commencement, aain the perfection of which it '. *" e I :t...d i
bll d a may be susceptible; but Is bu convinced, nevertheless, 'e .. i tie. B itish te'!e
iK tuvi dn V).:,- .i W', A"I'';, .-I 0lea OB'Kih true*-,
Am I not nw full ftMIni that his rt Alnumber will not be wanting in interest, to .,, 1,a.. l,, k: Purt... .'1,I, ,I, i.
"Vene form ad Juno mi ierk the l port of a pgeero public. T l. a '. ;.', .j gr(it ', selly lhi ar.miith
So. a lea, I heard one OGERGE BIGOS, ,, ,.,, ti,-r. .!-y lia., t',l .
As I came fom school to-y. Editor and Proprietor. 'h I 1 i,. ': I *,. ew-. r' wued,
Tlen I wish to mary so, 2 tCh, 1831. r, ; 'l i." rr-
I won'l wat--oa I-heih bo! Na A,. July 12th, 1831. i r ith. ,'. iii inre R
To be ied oe tha Evr dnmi the abdication aldtexle of Napoleon, hison ,.
But papa's old and muy wi has been veetating in comprn ive obscurity, at the court
yth I utwait unrtl of hi grandfather, the Empor of Austria. When his I 1Il~ ,
M coiMts.--nd I'm eighwan, fthterwas driven into exile, hewas but five or six ears of ,I. I :.
Venu ratnd Juio mien age: for the last sixteen yearn, we have heard of him but .
Who. I woods, a be, h,
bSidthoseealumio wordeto iei occasionally, and the accountshave been ,f an extremely
Nev did p eoor midea ni character. We uedsoefl ies toheorfrom himby t ..'' *
To be mema than l travellers, as a pretty, rosy cheek boy; of late, we have Wi"'.
heard of him as having received a commission in the army,
Evy prey youth I se uand the title of tIe Duke of Reichstadi. The recent revo-
Would a pipet husband be:
Wh don't one, then, come and b ey, lution and subsequent commotions in France, brought him
Will you rn with me away into still more interest,a one,the may, by d chances and r ..
Prsthalie-G ns--offt we go! evis itudes of detiny, be rwtored to tle empire of hlj .'t .... .
.ike a dart frm Cupid's bow. father. i' "" '
Never did poor maiden sigh A very late letter has been received from Vienna, whih ' l
To be laied morn than I speaks ofhln, having beenjtst introduced at the couir ' ''
Wait, indeed, frorl eighteen! of the Eiaperofof Austria for the first time. We are in-, '
"Venus form and Juno mien"- lined to doubt the correctness of thlin-o far as regards i r
Oh that youth so tall and slih- the fint coming to court. As Ie has for some time held a t. the t -,j
I will rn away with hia! commission in the army, and tpen old enough to figure at i'"i ,, L.,il .,nr'
L ad i ty m fal. p wiert allkin tbP Dsrqp a.n di powme& tI.irve tha rr *" sI fl
Ad she's welcome to rtem all! e amst have been before tu induced at the court. HB- I .tt ,
Ofo Oretna post Ill fly- tha as it may, the world i met Interested4e know mmr- ",sm .. ., .
Bo, mammader Ma! good by! thing of hi inherent traits of charater,-whehehr he par- .
takes of the genius of his fadhir. ', ., , i"
MUTABILITY OF EARTHLY JOYS. Of this, however, we hav a yet seen nothing authentic. .r,
Life is a ftful shadowed hour, lie has been educated, probably, by die Austrian Court,so '" .. ; ic hitr, It
A sene of eight and shade. as to be used as the circumstances of the time may re- h i orl ,
AIHoe's getme so gR lanoyo er quire for thb benefit of Austria. He has been o secluded
And i th from the world, a to render it difficult to determine what i. :' i
We look for peace. we look for reat, his real character is. It has been amusing to read the
Fr light iin 4ng's gloom, speculations of different tnr llers. Some have award ',
ARbpse a ot blastb. him a great share of genius, while others have asserted that .
apsg in i' <* he psa neither talents nr a good education. The ,
Wla re tbe dyJeys of srth. probability is, that neither the one nor the other clam of ire. l-i.
WhI m the b amit of life. these itinerant had any means of knowing much about '. Y -
I ma in cae ad I him, and wrote merely for the sake of preparing amusing ', ..
sketches. Other have aid th it wa the policy of Princ !e. :*' : cflnd'i
AChll-al bt chaff efothewrinm, Meternich to keep him in ignorance of the world, and the '"h t ...'. ,- l.- i .
ChTo iasnmet byolab erglhen. world in ignorance of him, with view to mmake him a more '. ,In i.. pd, dse'par. ,j.
To fitte aolu, mod rie te mindd, P-. ,.
And lead the spirit o to heaven. pliant instrument for the use of his grandfather. This we ", e tici.1:t.1
apprehend to be the most probable conjecture. Should the ''- .iil )rei-.e.m. abi
uJsa aaa a j-pww French become dissatisfied with Louis Philippe, and drive .. l' the Ior'! "%e -
A FOLmCAL AND OoBint M-wasTs e rTL him from France Ithe othq" Bourbons, they might be ' '',' ,i' em mn
SpoLmcAL na cmmoum m M.wam iL a u e.n disposed to receive back the on of Napolcmu Emperr. "' t I ... ,,r fe m, ,dst
W In such cases, the Austrian government would endeavour
IT is cuomry dat a Proepects of the plan and objectso tarn the tide in its own favor, by assistng to at hin r
Iis ctosy h P pc oe n o the French throne, and41ierel toscure to itslfan inNu- ',i he i -r r'
of a Newspaper should precede ts appearance. The one in die French affairs. Thi, however, is menr mat- -" iI ;i W i fr h tsl
Editor of Tun BAHAMA Amoss will comply with this tfo ter for speculation, and must depend on the irresistible' '* eh lnemy.
in a few words, as an outline. The various icidena of operations of events, which cannot be foreseen f ." ire.i. ,ai a ira orv- wd
tal *i!lhow, wherl
life which ae of a deriptin to atc the attention, or rmrse of the Nier.-The English ship Carnar on, A 1t ve rle ngam. 'at.
ecite the interest of the public, come within the scope of which arrived at Rio Jnei-o early in April, from Fernan- o ts. Ih W
a Newspaper: none will be excluded from the columns of do Po, an i-land in the mouth of the hvlACamcerones, in ', .-le Il ca r
Tam Amers. Its readers will be made fully acPquintil the Gulf of Guinea, brouLht as pawsset rs Richard Lan- ' u i'.1 I
with all remarkable events which my occur in te domain der, the well known companion of Clapperton, and his .. .' ... ,,,,mor. "
of pitic a Po e a o brother John Lander. Thee young men have been "r I'ei, ,'I ';',,., ,,' h rrafi bcr ing
Spoia and drae. Politial events are, hluwur, of absent seventrea monthly in the employ of the British .' .. ; .i, : r .- ,1 St. Swtephe'.
primary importance. To diffein throughout the him s government, in prosecuting the search after the course of '.i. ,,i' I i l ell Peoel, l rett :ral, ud ,one o
a knowledge of thoe which happen in E pe and America, the Nigoo Having reach4 the point (mentioned in Clap- M' nlm uiL.
ad transmit to Europe and America those whidtrnspie prton's book.) where Park was murdered, they Mem ad 1" .'r r l-ead 6In of soT
lathe Bahamas-New Providence, afo i geogaphical recover hopi ks, letter, manuscripts, and abl ."dit .r .i r rrupt
barrelled gun, hich was his property. a..vl.n'.i- i ,, t im,.. n he tis-u
Poio, and he frlSqmlt channel of cauniion with Bei obliged to abandon their design of proc I tpi .r a, I* i r 'e ,ilteuial prtiL .
dileret pareof the world, i peculiarly adapted. Timbucton, from which they were scarcity fte .y i e-.. 'd rhave .one. thiel.
A ene of propriety, uad his own inclination, wil had journey, fir want of present to bestow, without wh ch i'.-
the Editor to absain from an intertence with pique in there is neither found protection nor assistance nr the I- r-. ', .;t 1
private i He will, however, publish all mesms oau itf i of the cuunirv, hley in con equece -e-.e.k- i .
ald the place where M. Park lost hs life, and followIng d c" i -:. t.. ,r,?e1 on .auii t.a l;' i;i,;a.
delnl iWu est which may be adoiped henni he current of the river, which nrun at the rat of four n |), .a. the ,utfiy h ht ,ua
hir i pediency, and discums freely (when occasion eall miles a hour, they necrtained that the Niger, before I di-. e li t p n. amst3.
for ) quatiots i political economy of doubtful tndecy. videos iaelf into various branches, isten miles wide. They I ... '.'~ S s a.t, id it. i-T
Public wlre and private happine, are topics of then petceeedd hy one of the o considernile d te I i. l, m i ''o.T ...
hea Bimp rtce; and wh be adverts to the ode f bran hes, which owed rapidly to the wes. As they ap- .. i 'hi"" .er -- an i
ppiap c; d whn he dvert to h ord of pahed the cot, they were taken prisonews the l, ; ; down il r'ci ne"o.; tiie -as I "! -
hitp in the Bkhl s, under these different apects, it will eroes who inhabit the banksof the river, and *in -.. i ar, rr., s tishoe oe f r
i whhi tht feelingof sympathy which sincere patrioimt obliged to embrk to be ronduced to the presence oC iri 'i .n: ii0r.,a sr, em w wen I ,iye- ,




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diese not appear that this
dtsariwnaut or markbs t m m iff
). This account from the Dryad goes to
at nddctors do not drw down upon ship
oemqurenca or eSU as mom oips r
relsearic uaid than they transmit. Course,
p d s aded uaho duoeh amtr cearily
p of electric fid peent to be attracted;
4ohr tim conductor discarged the whole of it, or
Smucm"ti thay attaciod; if they di-
lle h mollttle druct, there surely can be
Ml T ire an' he no question but that
s were saved by tihe rapidly equalizieg
de ageductors, by wrhicli the dense and otherwise
t ake was paied. .We have only to reflect
lctrical action of a tornado on ie roast of
that dt lhip, enveloped (ilshe mant
Sal;aric matur, wa entirely protected from
tb ilusene f hr litliwing conducor.



A DAY, JULY I, 18.31.
l' f .lit O itablishmeftt nutbeing uficiendy organized,
S, halttwiue again before Satuistia.st. We beg
i illgelte in consequence of commencing ucay, in-
i f tihe, as proposed on our artval heq with tde

hve already in our prospectus prdised that
J rgepae in the Aaen shall be dedicated to the Baha-
a I redeeming this pledge, we shlall feel oursel
'eWed upon to remark freely on all occurrences of pub-
1. imparace, and to admit into the column of our
p r, every thing like fir discussion upon the passing
a the day. This, in the present istO of the Colo-
If, e conceive, esemially necesary,-for if the press
'b la shut against local politics, except when published
J h sanction of authority, misrepresentation must
'lew i and, Instead of the voice of lthe community at large
l beNgmat abroad by means of an independent newspaper,
eln of public opinion here, will only be judged of else.
, it a ppr o through the medium of goverllmed
To avoid tdis evil, we shall tlarliuly and in-
pamBaly comment upon dte politics of di' place, and the
p ic acts of public characters. In dling which, we shall
e a&Ws'r to state the truth, and nothing but the truth."
ab i the rule which we lay down us a guide for our own

As Mr a regard correspondents, our paper shall be
S' oep to all partie---influenced by none;" but while we
an wiling to give publicity to the opinions of every man,
Sy, at the sau time, reserve to ourselves the right of ex-
ainilng th propriety of those opinions; in the exercise of
O ich right, it lsall ever be our boast to avow ourselves tlhel
If fields of the people, and the determined opposes of
any attempt to infringe upon their rights and privileges.
lI adverting to die question which at present agitates
SColony, relative to the administration of His Excellen-
I Governor, as we cannot speak from persoal know-
4Slp, we must, in forminie our opinion, have ficounre to
ffacts asthey stand recrnled, and as they are represented
WU ri.tc opmsn, lhich is said to be seldom, if ever,
ufuu. Ourjudginti, therefore, founded upon such facts
7bM& to laud the measures adopted by the late House of
SAJmbly, and to reprobate the conduct which forced that
Sbdy to resort to the extreme measures which they did
I rm to. This feeling upon our part, however, will naetr
lnduce us to he illiiberal; but we habnll always discuss the
ft of Ili Excrllency's Government in that spirit of fair-
a me and indepemadce which i characteristic of the true
Sbedom of th press.
With this avowal of oor' political principles, we submit
earsvus with confidence to the ordeal of public opinion.

40 A free black lad, who calls himself Alex'r Smith,
Mo Monday last apprehended for having purloined a
from the larder of Ili Excele-nry the Governor,
committed to the work-houe of tis town by two sol-
f Le of H. M. 1d W. I. Regiment. As the work-hose is
a efcirrgerie fir free blsk tin, but only for idle,
or runaway slates, the spected criminal wa
pfrsa) transferred to the common gaol; from
after undermine an examination before the Police
,he was liberated. He app, ard upon evidence
Seen guilty of notlilng mnor tIan of entering the
of govermsaent lot, and of el. in. ict the aniLr.u's
dg barking. Since Smith's discharge we have oherved
h per Tray has been m MJle; we suppo,. for having
fabe witness. He, at all events, mos .rottingl
ap' s an !parjg4and jmt administration learlesly
B ,_ "eva la inoe' [(cannon's].j mount "
an arrivua al m fro M.e Mrtiiqque, we learn that
Sneersemaswrkitled as rinle'liaders in ite late in-
in Martlque., wor executed at St. Pierr on
May, and am at Pon Roy) .

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raad;rnvdAu'1'rJI. do i o i] be relieda Perfect arder snd
e copy form a Portsmouth, N wind
SPaprrildo mment.
iote andjmportant news. d U o q te Bru abd s g
Viand, May 5.-The evening before yesterday, news date dat the Dept conven aL and uo asking the
was brought from Emberg to the Aulie Council of War, needlid preparati open Uc sI eon for the regular
O Gen. Do.m..i, with401u n and 17 pieces of can- y"hass of b eatt .. Sd proamtu Sums fe
son, l entered the Austrian territory, and asked protec- ;isordr have b by the personal animoii-
tion alstl he RMssians,which was granted to him according ties toward sl of Pormguese, but the Police, now
to the existing regulations. The corp of General Rudiger, grady stre aneed put a stop to the riots. Mea.
who pursued him, had passed some distance over the A- sures are taking by Clambrs to stablisli a National
trian frontier, and continued the engagement till the Auc- Guard, cmped bens, which, if effected, we
triln officer on die apt advanced with a squadron of Hus- trusi will in future put any such personalities."
sars, anid tlrew himself between t de combatants to make
them grease firing. The appearance of Austrian troops From the X, Jy, ly 21st.
produced it effect; the Pqles retreated into the country, Colosmbia,--i ac Cpt, Beekman,
and the Itcusians ldid not binder or pursue them. arrived yesterday morning ena o3 the
They write from St. Pet.'reburg, th April, that all the 2d inst. We learn that dl Re pty, which ob-
troops in die Eastern Provinces of the Empire are inun- tainted te ascendency when Ge was elected
diately to be concentrated at Wilepool, where a great army President, was again in wer. President Cai-
of reserve is to be formedjder die command of Count cero, was ,administeringt Govetr unt the return of
Toilti. the President, who is nowh thiscity, ho we understand
'l'he Warsaw Journal says, that Gen. Diebitsch has sent has received a formal anad pressing it to return and
100 dlnet. to) each wounded Russian officer at Warsaw. resume his office. Dr. tonoai ,was a td Governor of
Although tie Court of Austria has been long suspected Cardtagena; the People were much in 'of the new state
ofan itching ti take at part in dew affairs of Pdand, the lan- of things, and at airs geaerly were as as could be ex-
guage of its well known organ, die Austrian Observer, con- pected after dte recent convulsions. Ge.o VIontilla, and
tinues to be emirnently pacific. We find an article in the some ofhis adherents, had fled to Jamaica. Olar leading
last nunhber of that paper, received to-day, in which it is partisans in the late government had been iahlhed. A
stated, that if the odter powers of Europe manifest a di- number oFthese lad ailed for Curacou in the shr. Denny
position to peace, it will soon be possible toeffect a disarmt- M'Cobb, of this port. Mr. Nunez, an eminent merchant,
cant, and then notlipg will remain to be done but to re- who went to Jamaica to escape the oppressive exactions
late the affairs of Belgiuwtand Puoland in a friendly way. demanded by Montilla, had returned to Carthagena, and
Letters tronI Antwerp state that the Goverunent of Bel- was received with much eathusinmn by the inhabitants.
ginien had declared that unless Prince Leopold accepted
tie crown war would be forthwith conmlenced against 6layti.-It appears (says the Jamaica Royal Gazette,
Ilollud, alnd it alded that Lord Ponsunby had in conse- of the 26th ultimelo from accounts received by the Spar-
quence quitted Brussels. rowhawk, which tlegraphed off dlis port on Fridav se'n-
We Ilve reason to believe, says the Globe, that Lord night, that a French frigate had arrived at Port-au-'Prince
Ponsonby has returned lhone with some very specific pro- to dlleumnd the remaining iatalments of the indemnity of
positions as respects tihe settlemren of Belgiuen, and that, 150,0(X),0(X) of francs, pledged by the President, Boyer,
whatever be heir nature I relates to Prince Leopold, they in 1825, to the then existing government of France, for the
will receiillthe conc.r. e sulel co-operation of France. recognition by that power of the iJlependence of Ilayti,
A repiublic'an party is said to he endeavouring to effect a and on failure o" payment to require the cession of Ca(p
separate guvernnIent, under Rohaulx, at Ghlint, hut with Nicholas la lMok. On the refusal of Boyer to accedel to
little prospect of(success or encouragement. French-but this lprlopsal, mil his inability to meet the demand, the
not Frencrlc ministelrial-intr ti is sid to be at tile bottom French Consul issued a Proclamation to die sulbjircts of
af Lthes' attempts, u which will obviously never cease until France to qulit the island on the 25th inst. It is lurllier
some final InId concl'usive arranceeiiept is adopted. reported that a squadron was about to sail for these seas,
Thi' express frin Paris on the morning of the 16th, to eidorce tilhe ;proposition of the French (Ioverninenl, and
brol.-ht iintilligeln of a rise in the Frencl fiueds of 3J that Boyer was exerting imiuself to rpeld the tireateneed
Imr ce.n, a hicie a .s attributed to the French Bank having invasion.
cii.re'd loi aids ,ciic tihe rceneining instaltents of tie loan, T''lOuIIeI tile result of such a step on the part of France
allom inL ti' hlli :uk 4 sir cent. interest This advance was can enly form the subjlct of conjecture, yet frone the
film,.d bIy t. great anilmation in the English stock Market. rharIctr r ou dhe President, swho has reached his irenasnt
(Conuls hlad Isen at KI.t, and left offat s2*, H3. stlin more through lhe fortunate concurrenceofe nts
The surrrnder of UOL rnictk'rdivision to te Ausnriam t front any ability on his part, we are dispoisd tdthe
is now confirmed, [hy the arrival of the Ilanmburg and llol- Ia.hlf that tlhe lpralluctlo surcess are not altogetlhr clhim-
land steuaners,] lndl according tei the St. Petersblire ar- erical. The French once in possession of tie sa coasts,
counts Iussia is as_.enbling an iuunmnse force to subdue the only resource of tlle Ilaytians would be to retire to the
thei [Pul.s. mountains, from whence they might continue a desultory
The Times says-" Witl regard to the nur'tsr and warfr;re, but an energetic guvernanent would in the end
character of its friends, thel fale of the Reform qieestion is effect their totalulbjection.
comipletely settledl, and the Parliament is indeed as nar From the elxntrtubjoined, taken from one of the Tri-
I'ieef nlrfru.i'd as alny nwauro is near being law from nildad papers, there is reasinto believe thatthe inhlmhiants
which little ilore remains to be erected than tlhe formality generally would not be unfavournble to dle re-esltablislh-
ofafflxing to it the royal assent." Thel Church will, nlent of da' ancient pilsess)rs i ol this island. The total
dnubtle's, follow the example ofl'the State, and reform her- ruin which uihas xtended itself over this once flourishing
self, as a uaaranltee aiginst revolefion. There is no deo colony, and die wretched state to which it is redwed, must
traction in thlli, hbll nouch l crurity." remler uny change preferable to the present condition; and
Their ltolal gain in favor of thn le Ilorn Bill is 442. the little reLnrdl which Boyer has shewn tocultivatelii con-
It is 'aid that, faith tie single exception of the hMonitrur, nections with Great-Britain and other nations, will not
the whole of the Paris press is now arrayed against li cau.e tlemn to regret tie erasure of this Republic from tie
Ministry. list ofindc;eindelo t States.
The report of the Coninsnder-in-Chlief in India heing AccoLnts reached Martinique last week that tlhe poor
1,ul under arrest by Ili Excellency the 'Gvernor General. innocent and ineell'nsive black lilartinns lhad filt dienelr es
is mot belie'srl in England. so much oppreswed by the Code Iturnak, picking culoee,
The int!',tt Mnademoi'lle dl'llolv- od, daughter of the punting anl raising provLsiont for thenoAishe annl other
Dutchb s of Berry, is defintivrel alfianced to Don Mipl-1n. insuflirabl restraints, that tey had thrown off the yoke,
Despotd by the Railwray.-A dealer in Manchester, and commenced to pillage and slaughter dteir more intl-
was lately in want of a particular lot of swear. Ile wrote ligent, industrious, and worthy coloured brllhren. This
to his corrtespondelnt in Liverpool by the two o'clock train, account is eonfirnued by a sailor just arrived iere from St
Akh the ntrressary orders, and ,le sugars were in Man- Thomas, who was wrrcked on alsi coast of St. Domingo
dcrnter lthe sanle ,venlin. a short line ago, and who states that the blacks and
InIsEI.AI.-TIh county of Clar, and several districts coloured people werb nmasacreing one another like De-
otf always Rosromnon ml uTipperary, leave been olfi- vils." It is linrtlir reported that a Deputation of tlle Co-
cially prodaimedl in a state ofdisturhbnce, requiring extra- loured Inhabitants of that benighted and wretrhed island
ordinary estallillleucnts of police. had arrived at Mlrtinique, to er.treat dth assistance of the
The London Prices Current of the 17th, says-" It is French (;iverrriant, and offering to return under the
reported the great speculation in tallow is gi ,n 1up, and paternal proltction of France. We devoutly hope that
that alim 'rxte'no.is houIL's engaged in it are left w iill a stock the French nation will lose no time in profitinl bh this of-
of nearly :3,t1X) casks, that dl new tallao is shortly ex- fi.r, and that shi will resume tile lsovervignty of liiis rxten-
pe'ried, anil will rate 2 to 1 lhiger than the old, and sive ard once beautiful coulntr, which for dlirtv-five vyear
that de latter will be dull of sale." has been a conlinmed scene of enormities that hnuanity
lhudddrs to conteemplele, to thie disgrace of thie civilix'd
From the Boston Transcript. world. It will be amusing to observe hew the Buxton,
Lfe Ifor Itratil.-By theh Braeanra, aI liarantine, Stephens, and Liuhinctons will account for this untoward
we Inve reerived from our friend and coTrresponlents at rernt-It will he attributed to the grinding opposition of th
Rio de Janairo, letters and papers to diu 29hlt A]eril. Tihe tmulates-the intrigues of Frnrh---the influence of -he
probionas'llie'enrcy enioys the confluence of the country, Comet, or inme other equally hur cause. The plain facts
and the appoisonn.wints adle under its authority, eine ex- I now incontestilcly proved, dtat dwcir dear black brethren
cluiively confined tI Brazi'ins and men of known patrio- a ere unlit for thd blessings of Emancipation, anti not only
tism s integrity, saene to lave Liven cenerail satilfac- incapable of' self-rnvernment, hbt of even rcillivating the
tion. The subloinied letter is from the highly respectable necessary f fod fr their own suihsislrnre withniut coercion,
howe of Lewis & K.,- lhnle: willhe nmos carefully concealed or impudently denied.-
Ro us: Jxie.a., 26th April, IR11.-We forward The subject will at all events furnish an excellent con-
you, per lhe Braeanza, several newspapers, from which mealary upon Mr.BuDaon's motion in thenew ParliamentL"
vou wi ll c thn all lls nrws of tie times. In political af-
fairs wen haie only to remark, tie nunmlorr of Deputies is Tle Londin papers state that Tallerrand has mort-
vet incounpltlrt, atil iln'er is lintle prol;;bility of thle Clhem- mlr'ed! his property in France to its utmost ritent, and n-
hers eniL' theiri:r -ion until the 4th proxinm,. Fromnt mihted proceeds to England. They intimate tiht this
tIe arnll,'Tt dli-is,,ition at present manifi-sted, we lhae looks like a suspicion on his iart that France is by eno nmea
every rw'av-n to c v\Nct their taking the government affair I easalilkshe in her government. The mortgagevmay fnd
c ucstallyo ltd. V~' ious siurail.ecs ae irn ircu'aiion I the secwitulathlr lini onc 9f lac.d..vys,

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th.iI Jamaica Royal OOGazafdi f ,uid 1, ub p Ru has begun to give w .)." Hah.!". .
WEST INDIA TRAD rejoined the marshal, "it has been a bloody day." During
The New York Albion publishes a eh e of the du- lhe brief conversation, I traced the course of the ball by a
tm in the British Wst-lndies,in four p lview-Ist. reddish wheal, which marked its target, and I felt the alM-
A. imposed by the act of 1W2 and 1 As at pre- ile itself deeply lodged in the Beah of the left loin. aThe "
sut-3d. As by bill presonud by te Ministen preliminaries for cutting out were arranged in a moment, "T OF NASSAU N. .
before Christma--and 4th. As e by the present and the marshal had turned on his right side, when the -
linimter on lithe l February. We exhibita com- wounded serjeant, having by this time, as I tppoe, di- ARR ED,
partive statement of tlheprtsent duti thes proposed covered my trade, began mot lustily to call upon No Timday it, H. M. e rer Klaa~. Ia
by dte present Ministers. Sednhora," and the doctor in the same breath. I request- Hookey. from Jmaica; aI n boa dMr'. 6ai--R- .
The following articles arefe free imde th system, vi.: ed of him, in his own language, to be silent ; telling him at castle, Mater, and the crew of te brig Jamnr L d
Shingles imported into the Northern ies, or into the the same time, that his general was lying wounded by his deny, wrecked on the Sth Inltantl Fish Key, l
West.Ilndit's fromi tihe Northern Col taves imlport.d side. Upon this the marshal turned his head, and, with a Crooked Island, on her pa~se from vanilla, g
into the Northern Colonies, and in Wst-lIuliecs ron provingg look, said to me, Sir, if that poor fellow's b od to Liverpool. Cargo send
the Northern Colonies-stavepo k, into Ihe sau- wounds require dressing more than mine, dress him fist." 1 Schooner LI, Hall from. Oe wl 0
pitch pine lotuber, ltLe "nodt or lunler, the Both thie words and the manner in which tlhy were spoken o Om .
sase-wood hoops, It stock-beaf and pork, made a strong impression on me at the time, and inpres- o JowuTuom C.
imported into the Not lonuis, or from thence into sons stamped on the field ofbatle are not easily erased.- Itb-Sloop diaa, FernndSeS, flane Fi K&
the West-Indies. I m urtd his excefl!-"cy that nothllnghut amputation codud 0 A., De eritt, do
The following are de the proposed svy tmn, but be oI any s'rvict, to the serjeant, and that I hall not the headed wood and cons,
stu,ject to the speci: Iti s uiuner tlhe prewnt msysteri, nect.sary inslrumens by ihme for such an operation. AllU To e Co.
viz:-Wliheat flour im into thle West Inlisg from the parties wu'n again silent, and I proccedud to cut out tlie 16th-Sciner Eagle, Wluefid, from Fish Ke.
Nortlirn Colonies, Is.-.end or hislcit, Is. the iw.- bnllht. My knile was already buried in the flesh, its point Adenna, de
bleal or flour, not of wha ,2s. G6!. the barrel-Whelat i; rating against tile lead, when the nmarshalt, filing that I aanded cotton, wood ld e
the bushel-Peas, beans, rye, ralavuiices as, o a, Iuler, or ceaied to cut, and calculating, perlhaul, that my stIelinelss Jon Taomito r. Co.
Indian corn, 7d. the buhell-ltice 2s. 6d. the llOllis. as all operator might be influenced by the rank of the pa-
weihllt-Staves of red oak. 15i.-Plitch pint, timber im- tieol, aain turned round, and, with as uinch sanmg froud" 0f, T'he Maste, Mr. Ianna a passed ,
ported into the Northern Colonies, 1 1.. the 1l.K fe.t- as tli' I.iha tx.-n merely asprctaltor, mail, in an enocuraing Crew of the James, beg to return their thall to L
or imported into the West-li lies Ifroi the Northern Col,- tont, (Cut boldly, doctor; I never fainttedl ill my life;" al- Hookey, for his kinduned and attention to t loew
nies, 5. l.-Whlite tI.nd yellow pine hlunber of 1 inch, l mostt at the salue instant, I placed the bullet in his hand.- board ti Kangaroo.
Is.-lnported into the Norlllrr. Colohniies, Ll IA.-Ium- 1 saw no more of tlh marshal for many weeks, and when I
ported into the West-it-lies Grom the Northern Colonies, had the honor to be again present, I found him very ill, ufE- CLEARED,
d. 3d--Ollwr wooalorlumnber imloarted into the Northern fearing mutuch front, inllalnnlation in his side, anti a profuse 12th-1loop Lively, Prddlm, for
Colonies, 1 ds.-From tllence into lthe Wels-Indies 7s.- diclharge from his wounds, kept up, as was afterwards dis- 13th-Schooner Maria, Wilson, C
Bef ctol pork, ipourtedlinto tile Northlern(ulonies, or into covered, hy some Iportions of woolen cloth, which the bill- 16th- Lily, Hall, N aew.0f
the W\Vc:-llhlil Irtou tile Northcrn Coloni-es, l2s. let hall carried forwards fronl the br 'ast of his coat, through,
Tli dulies utiler both systems are drthe same o n thle f'il- thle loot folld of which the nuusil l had passed before it
lowing articles, vi .- en Wheat Flour, 5s.--lShielE;.s, not entered tile flesl.--Uited Serrice Joumual.
mnore than 12 inches in length, 7s. tla' 0lt1 -nior than When Lord lrsi ki lae Ie his d ,but at the bar, his agi-
12 inches, lI ..--Pitch pine lumber, L1 I s.-Otl.r wood lotion alumuost overcame hlier, ,ndt lie was tust going to sit
or LumblHr 1 h,.-Woll.dI hoops, 5s. .3d. ithe 10). down. At that nmoent," said he, I thought I fell my
So far the duties are die sauel or to the advantage of he little chlillrotn tuin.Ieinu at my cown, anoal idea roused me
pr'opuosd si stein,. to an xrtilon of whliclh I did nut think myself caliable."- -
But .nit the foll ing articles, the charge is iton I gint L.,al Obrrrr. BY HENRY GREENSLADE d& CO.
%us, viz: Sta',s of riid ak until lt January, I, li h ___ _______
(i-. ;l. I.te li-frItll) ] Jaiin 1l11, to 1st Jiiinuary, Le.t tu 11 e the t brest.-A curtain itrinter went to a cler O Mondao y mda Ite 18i A -
I tt., ,Cl 1.. Phl.-F-riiom l inth lt' 1 Jaitiiari, lS:t(i.l lo g3 yn.n, and inquiired of llimn why li dilill not preach eo At 1o O'lowke A. 1
l"s".--O Slave' of reil o.ik till ist Jianniinr, l.14. t mucii h Latii in alinl Greek as thle nlin .,Itr d ill ho pn d a d
] I. 31.--aid lrom ,iilha tne' to I Ja.inar, IS:i6, t I o ti prviou to him." Why," ah i," I th t Will be mold at the Vendue Ha ,
7.. ;hi.--tiiu-r that lines, frla -White anti vyllow pine would mauke us-, of such language Ia- I prsunn',d you could Superfine Flour, in whole and half barre,
liiulir, till lt J.Iniiry, ISM4, to hi. 7.-anUid from dtia utinirstanid, iand I lid not .suppolo that lthl farmers ge ne- Butte and Lard in keeg,
tinlli 11 Januiiari. Icl)l, lo It :l..-lt,l frre. rally untler (On Ilt' huIoli, thl propol-d uI liiililic.tions appear to lie nur, I pay\ fo the best, and lut us liar it; gi\' uits ts nlich Mackarl in barrel,
on our silde-on certain sl ci,,s of staves, andl \lhile iand Latin an.l (Gre yellow piine linmier, Ithe dultis art against us-lbut thee One cas Umbrellas,
are dectollmn ill J;nuarv, I18 -m dnfree. ldt.--he lived," said ... E. I). Claoke."tno know A fw, ilmane P Platillas,. -
a n itn the ntiat secret of humlm happtnoe its thos:--NevetlILr Crackers in Kelg,r
MAac., lt. lt:Isruonu-ltattlef alo.Suaitmanra.-In that ui;r enrgies to stagnate. The ol adaee uf loo many irons Tims
brilliant msc-ne iol' hle gr,'atil pIieiiinsular IIr;uita ena.cti.l in the lir.-, conveys an abonulnable le. i u cannot bave too Te-m-CsB on delivery.
t.ll hills o'flthe .4 rrepihus, now nianeteen ecars a;o, I I.nr- ny :: kr, ous, and aUl-e lhem ging."' At tre mulk's Cindit,
formuId 1,l IihuInl, pa|irt of atsisttnitt surugon il the -- rt'gi- r July Qamina, a good Field land.
liunlt ofl)ol it. t1 ureon oU ny rt e.,imn.nt and I -Il Ismp.rtmnee Rerig-ion.-Ifyou hr ak down the public ordinan-
.had just turnteld a rising, irou l, and had ioni inil; n.ar c oi ItLigmonyou will instantly ra ak down til,' bul, arks of BY IIENRY GRIEENSLADE & CO.
view of tuih lerssr Arrlilo', which was i till crownl I iv ; puldic vninte; ail il yotu cihhIerate Imron o<-ie'ty the public wor-
strolnig hly oi Frunich litllintity. A Pl'rtiiiti ri.iad licu hj ou t(;Gi,Iou will sea-lily dli..royin ite mnlds ol'its memI- On Thursday, the 21et install.
was in lhe act of stlortini g hti, lhill as wJ ca.rii iij, tanld ir-i-you will quickly ellareIroni the conscience afoman, all
wt-re 'gallaitlty iliotiniilug its shit- ; bul that most cotiiuiti- I regari i,r lie liweawnanil appintni-ntn io humanityv. liyou destroy At 1 IO A. 1
in]L Istintl ofl' ite ad'ers- sition wat s quiua as c.a'll .uttl i- I l.-ianion ot Relilgin., or ifyou neglect andlut ilr pii.themin the At the residence of Jon WILDanos, Esq. on the Bay,
Ieili-dl bI lith ni, wshi i 1 ainilt Lilld t]i-ir g olllld I 'huh pIares' of the land. y.ou will annul the efhicary ofits enart- will be sold, all his
on its rnr-t. A divi by 'ir illiam ('arc Ienr,,fidnl it lron, aws cluh l- i r'tr;tllus atulf ulut is from Iht s minus of the mass of C msst
by Mildr William ( arr lierford in pron, wias owly i- kin. i ave alnnihilatedl. in llheir estimaln,. the infl.- c' t o
sa1-. rilish allied. As we pro-dl on towa tis Ih intrtin ;a.. I ar r. it will nvr be re lr. Infidelity D)iJi t 'ard, Tea and Sofa Tabl,
srren,, a inoun lloidfrr mil lPl4orttlLwsU's .stalf lllitformn, aill- i lcul oCrun)y Ihe e *as ol'ju iCrr andi of merry. 'I'he rcourts of SolRlI Srll s,
lol|ued towards is fr' m lth front, sliitinLi, at the lop of iiI li 'gilnlationi ia il e illed tilr a sid group of disordcerly in chi- Secretary and Book Cases,
voiir ', A mmart''on, a Uritillh surtgeom!" In ain inlant I merital visions. Tlhe dreamsl of a nai philoophly w ll take the SideboauA
wam at his s;l,-, anil r.econiz-d hiin to be Col. Warrn,, one I place ofthe dictates ofnioril and rrhliiouo truth. lImprovementi Plate, GM'Iwer, and
otl'S marshall's aidls-il-ranmp. Follow me," vivre the ml refinement wII be held nou in promspeet. while d reeenmc A cion ble Boo
only degraation are ewlrrncIed in oct. A new eta of regene- A leion of valuable Book.
y r ,. h h w.h r,, n rtio anil liieduness wile a'hl nl b liedi y N the discipleg of . ALSO-
cl ulr, ang rtin ,itrrsl hiun tiowardi IlIH lit.- of fire.- t i i l n An ei day v Clock.
cluimuio'ld Whilu tile m inim ri arc anutniiusug e p An eigt da o
Aller a lirw Ilinutls uallo wei drew upati a icolerd iwauion. Ipreachl ofldrhawermr and miser. l'-herelaeattlo of luilic lirin- Tr'ms, CAPsl.-Julh 131h.
to whihl thi(' Colonl ipoinl.d with ea -,.rnt, as e lit i- J ciplie ill .i.ishtl. spread its lal.-luleterl, over tlle lo anst con-
moiintid. I had already drawn tel curiain ii f 'lolu vuhicll- edition of private lii. 'le aohinluton of lhe public esalNhmLADE NCO.
aside, and ircrrrein.i tital it rctnltalilwl o l.rons; one inll f "'liiio. will lie followed iy the 'version of pnilue Iran- Y HENRY G SLADE & CO.
lih uniloril of a s .-j ail*. [lit oilhr I ininailr ia ll \ n'ciO '- quiul' andi liappmlnes *. Vlle mmn will Ie exalted, alild the wicked c
Ii ld as dl' nir'ih.l himiiilf. l ie was Ilini on his back, L i cll ;alk on 'very 'ide. 'The deormlirintg contagion of pro- On laday, Ier I8h uglut ed
dressed in a hhln. ftr,)k roat and wiite wailt-roli. Ju t fan ness and pioliu.ary, wil extend through :*1 ranks In the T TIlE VENDUo. IlIOi., *
blou II i- fiiel ct o LIomlinnllil : wil I all tlir pranid tuof lawi anid iro(e lamalotl cill wAt 2* P *k ,L wit
LlInw ll -. .' s a .star of bhlool, bri :t ail dt.i'ild nou t e ai;. l ,, pr,'itri.e the houndarils of personal honour and At /
as a star o01 klnios oot. It was about tlie sire, of that fdelity entire or irvilate.-Rer. John Machret. Wll e sold, (without ren-rve,) the following v lmn J
chivalrous h ".tit andt orrcupied the -xartl o w,'' Ifirt o ('l rit.--, e are it. the allit of looking hark to the Property, situate on St. Salvador, via:
It is Uiusally fixe~d. There Wce a sltsmtll rount ii its ilcolr-, ', h tif Ch mrist. its to iht, elrih of tlie origin of thb unml- li a A
l;t '"'s n.: .1r;,; "h r!^ la F orh^ I:r^ ,Al ad A c lled Motr N.I..o,Y, ner the llawk's No.
black a:,l ,iu Thie e.t, s were half lits; ',1; i,,, can- 1cttcil ctoudiin o f iliu. torli aroutnti urus--overlo kng, oseem-. Threeaoujtm cal 7'cates, neared-
t'illl(''c in piiriet r. .rlan sa lillli p;lr all I i ul Hi I in ig l v'rtlodk IIe fartr. ll *ti hundred year. anterior to Thre adjimin TrIacts, M d-
haI la..I ha o sen it. 'li' situition iof the wound, ju over t IiIa event, the hunan mind had ac-inced none of ius greatest Luclr MoU'wr, MOUNT Vlrw, and SMALL Hors.
thC very ljur;tain of life; ia, sIillnets i)f lli- wonnid rn- ;triumphs. Asd 'Tree other Trads i
eral; the ap),iarancre of hit companion, who1 i lous (r linil, i Did profto.C Christians more exactly conform their One late the property of Mr. Mmiroe ; o ltsnown by'
literally nshliued ; tir commuanilrr-in-rlhief and the non hearts and lives in their profission and holy nile, dheir the name of *SAIL.o's RrETrAT, madone comsa cabl
romimisiionel ITircr laiid 'ide bvy idl, silent, motionil s, lives wuldd confute tlhe reproaclhe of their enemies, and DUN' PLNrTATION.
and bloody, all struck mr at thu mi lent n as a Iprnlidle in command a reverend and awful estimationn from olhsen'ere, LIKEWIFBE-
the equality of the u ave. I asked no, questions, in;r I hadl aI tl do Imore to convince the unbeilieving world of the A valuable Tract aituate on Watling's Island, called
rome to tile conrltcion that tlirre miirlht l no tlirte It to truth anld Ilipnity of Uhe Christlian faith, than all qee words MoraN PostiCT'r.
lilove an .answr. In instaint the nmarshal's drce wa,-u of tel miti sutle dispulanllt.-H- Barter. A full description of the above Laods will be given a
torn op'n, .nd nmil fort e ,i r, that b,-st of probes, w .a...... the time of sale.
in hia sidl.. Not a ,u.eil-e nv.:,not an siinil W.us u.rrdi. NOTICE. I Ter ThmTl e monthly credit, on giving security.
I fil .'n rih smooth snd reiitinz helow, lhiLt thi track of IHF SII-SCRIIIER, bhintl the Attornev of Mr. July 2d-1831.
th lul.l -Id ilownwaris and hlibackwards, round tli co- .o i James nRiild, tllh proprirrtor of Clifion I'lanlation, *
Vr eil of his aiuiplh ri.-st. I now spoke fo r the first lime i siliate at tile l 'West end of thi. Island, and in the vicinity HAVA A.
*inn I t hald .n'rl itei waami o, a.I d said, G(intir:d, J3n u of 'Suthl West ay. contlininLn 10")arre--tnwhich iialso M1'RS.. HOWARD, Jr. has nmeld r BoAea 'D
wound is not morall" This oli.ern'aioin of mine, whlirh attached Simn's or Lifolrd's Key, iv-si this I public Notice, 1I ErrTABlIBM.H rNT, in the C4& d1.1 Ofi4 nonl
I nnader qlutite 'ur ciuld not fail Io I' Ipanirtiularlv inter'l-s- forwarnine all prmon' wha ltever, from ronmmitline any of the Government lHouu.
Min to my patient, seemed to line- habeen hiardl with pefrfcrl tr ipas tlher-on. 1Al offenders, withuult res~crt It p.rr- The very airy and commanding ,o ti h of this bhos .
indifflrene.r folr, whillout taking. the .tlilhtest nnirc r-of ith st, otr situation, will be punislwd with the utmost severity shonldd com n the attention of aD traveel in a warm
very a.re-ahle intelliti,.nee I had ji s ro mmonicnted, hi of the law. cnlH i,
looked ip and asked, w liuw does the day gu" Wcil." Jul 16. JOIHN WILGD(OO. J .
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of his "lnveaim of tia m
BlR Ecellenry dbod of forming an instantaneo communications wih li
following particularseoti goS in san re, in shipwreck,and ilusuinating the scene inth d dark
Sthel 1S Ln t. l ilpub ed at at- and wsipo.tu.ou night. An row of peculiar coutrur-
swirespondet t. YIrk, tions, about eiglioen inches long, weighing about 61 ounces,
a jqsu returned afteseein the body, an I tnow and having a cord attached to it, i shot from a common
I over looked at He dined as uual at the blunderbuss, or a tree pounder swivel, from the shore to i
HIa-m d lacaMe and weat o bed, mad I the veewl. l'he arrow is barbed with iron, o as to fix o
Shisliha c.fi n was naar hi budin itselfin what it rike. The cord thu conveyed on board,
he extingulhiar spas it. He used his rie for is strong enough to bear the weight of a rope, which can
yini a his back he must have taken it ear thus be hauled to the vessel, and the necessary communi-
Sleft hd, and with e ramirod in his cation is affected. Then- is a further contrivance of a
l~ trigger, ti maule being in or verynar comnbutible substance, which, when necessary, can be at-
The ransd was in his hand lhen 1 mw t tached to the arrow, and which, catching fire by the action
went through the upper part of the front of of the air during the arrow's flight, to ue he e author's B
R drying away a laege portion or die upper pat phrase, illuminates the scene he efficacy of this in- a
over the aos and left eye. His saanu did vention has been established by a variety of experiments; vi
tl report of the rifle, and therefore hip maai in die course of which, it was found practicable to throw a
tws notdiscovored uo ie walntto ail hhuimahdo line one hundred and thirty yards, and seventy yards in
on Friday morning.' The only iagin aler cam te teeth of a strong gale of wind-and with steady aim, st
t
heard mentioned iatha a relative f him lately whatever was the direction of the wind." "
suicide in England, and therefore It ha thought trrible.-A Cork paper mentins that the dreadful
als been a constitutional tendency to that un- eil of a war against property had forced its .way into dt
or mind which leads to this melancholy ex- il country ,d that he properther parted ofit were suering o- w
[aum )ast told that yesterday at dinner tim, and intrid that the rthen parts o it were sulring on-
Semn just tod not y pesteray t pd itnor uio, and der insurrectio nry outrage. Several hundreds ofthe pea- p
r W evomg, he did noit ppea to pay hiye geu a- antry collected together near Doonas, in the county of m
tkpo ie wuhr notice ofhis and to the sometlesma Clare, to dig up die lands; the military were called in to Is
kparticularnd tativce o ahindut, he'ai soilei ma aps then, and in the affiay which ensued, thirteen persons w
carried witand talkative, andl ai aslent and absent. were killed and wounded. Some extracts from a letter by I
never witnaessel alny thing which has made so deep the Hight Rev. Dr. Machell, a Roman Catholic Bihop, to u
tpreai.n oi, my mindm a the emnains of this unhappy |
pransi o on mty ninld as dihe rnains of thd unhappy Earl Gray, in behalf of the suffering poor of the west of a
man. lut yesterday hs lied in youth and aIparknt Ireland, are contained in dte London papers of the 6th of s|
erity-to-day he is a spectacle fearful to look upon, y. They give a frightful picture of the ravages of fa- h
mot alanclioll to reflect upon." Verdict of t Mte The a frightful picture of the ravages of fa-
'la m'lanchol t. relet upon. t of te ine. T'he following is a description of a scene which fei h
S was entian of amiable manners, and in under the writer's own eve.
t uwa ntlfed f. n of t imprll manner sit and in In one instance, the lhlher, mother, and three children
impact qualified fur tu~ inipuirtant situation which
bIthld. I death must be deeply regretted by all who were streticed on the same lad, without a morsel of nou
h the piure of being er .ully acqs.ated wid him, rilnnt or a ~-nny to procure it. o a human being to go
L d a lom to mthi tcublic, ervic,' i quest' of reliilf, but as it was administered by the casual
SM visits of some charitable neiglbours; and dhat die first ini-
re- Vm the Li.erpoo,, ercrur, Jme 2. ""mtion -*" father received of the death of his wilre was
f f.Ce.for Hydro bia.-As the I- hdroplhobia froun : c lips of the suckling babe being besmeared with die
i set i, we compy with the renqu.,t o'I a corr.sponde.t bloid, whichhl i stead of milk, it extracted trom the breast
giving insertion to the fiollowii. What we happen to of its de',ceaiudl mo'ilter!"
kow of the extraordinary proliply of til chloride 6f linim Blessings of jrrolution.-Fromn 1820 to 1830, the tax- r
Induces us to put great if ith ii its pru,'ies, in dte oa of os of France amounted to t-40,tXl),U0( sterling, annually.
the wound inflicted by dois. The taxes to Ih raised in 1831, by the popular government
Wo are indeblted to M. Co str, a French phyvakan, f. r of a ('itizva Kint, ani allowed by a Parliament which lias
ihe following vIaliable discovery, as a preventive to hy)dr exteuindid ti.' elective franchise to a degree unparallekld,*
phobia:--Take iwo tahli- -sloonsfull of frEsh chli orid, r aiiolliii to C4-IMIIttl0, and the additional ,IX),000,
lime in Iowdier; nirt it with half a pint of water, and a ith *art LI.illed in the lace of a declaration by Marshal Soult,
1 6s lwasil, kees lhe wound constantly bathed, and fre intlly that n t ie w'nny uof tat sum is togo towards tf itwr oa-
kinewed. T'I' chloride gas ipomuases he power of nIv "Ini- lII Ilit that even nire) will be necussary to finish the
Sthis itrn,,, dou,, poison, and renldrcn nild anl .rseu- Irovir, tr the urnmy on the peace establishnhnt. Re- t
S't n venom against whose resistlesa tack the nrtntary nitnciTn,,mnt. li'n'rlore, dtoel not always go hand In had
Sof miadicial cience hIla. la en so long directed in va,!. I, with rfilrm]; yet in France the civil list has been reduced
is ni cesairy to add tlmt this wash should be applied a .. too lhe mnintiiiimni allowance, and with it i'nsiions and sala-
Uis posiil l lt ir the inflicion of tlc white. Anotlh- : Ii rirs Ihave been duly shorn of lthir proportions.
which hlas Is--n exte-n-is ily tried at Iresilioin ain!l Zi, --,,
and mal y otlu par ns ol' I o ('intiintllt consists no 1 t iii to br remarked, that thie new imposts on lain, licenses,
% cutting g out lt-. ittlim picrt, (n n,r in iiiin Ia l, ln .., in, it, ali, It will double the directly taes, will in thte noi -
io.o often tlnava.ilil ,) ) tI in coiIliini .lm H il ii, ia. i, ..i i, I lt. iiii ; d iiii ly lI y lhal I)nl ir ., eti-ll( tIhe Irianlu -,e so thalil
edltctual miii;.lin lur k-.p-lingoil an lhii aou nd, ans l . lt. I i the I iiib'er tl '*,l, rs will be nearer Io Uoo,o0. Ihan to too.uu,.
ing it in a state of suippuration during a period 1t ,it I te original t.n ii;iat.
six wee k. (Oth r curative neans, as h xil- axhi. .t- Reform 'retiltson.-Clasuilication of petitions presented
mercury, blllado.nnaor k Ito, wer- nlso emplcoyen d itl tih to the Ilou.e of ('omnons, on Parlianiintary reorln, in
cases ; but upon thee, it is thought, little r.liaiic i s ssiot. I 30-1 ; distinguishing those prniying lor reliirm,
paced. The fioowing anr the results of treatrm.n election by ballot, and short Parlianunts; and com-
Fron 1810 to 1824, the number of pers, la dmlniti plaining of dl' exaction of tithes, il' tlwburden of taxes,
the Brenlan IHopital wis 1I4, of lulanlfao only ,ii. and of the system of elections of royal burghl in Scoland.
hydrophbin ; from 17 3 to 1824, inrl e th ere I Novemen r 5, lI0.-March 4, 1831.
almttted into the Iospital nt Zuriclh i { rsnws s, V.N -ishort- -I t- I --I -I
ea by difl'rent animals, (IS2' by ln hn R.lorm. It liament, I T I I es Brghs.
fr dieil-two on tir rscondl dl:y o'. i, n. - o- 1 -d-at |- *- 17 l
whom the disease had probably I-coiii A i t In 17
they were submitted to the Ir-plinw t Ur Ii E Reform in Turkly.-'Silnrl the destruction of the Jaise
were birtrn in parts (inside of tlle clih we s. Ih saris-, no 'Turk. except in government employ, is allowed
the piar, lbel means could not be er ,w r..- to go armed; )s thatit Frank can now traverrs pac of
quite cxartness. Constantinople without danger or insol,
Death of Captaia If'ler.-l'Tie _T. (a.- The Ocera.-The depth of the Ocean is a point,ays
aette says, we earn with much rsgrt, 0, just r- M. c lrun, which has puzzled alike philosophers and jraeti-
crlved, dhe untimely fate of C(apt. Foter, of his Iiapi ie'i cal nen, anul is, after all, left in a wide filhl of conjecture.
ship Clanticeer, whol had been empqloh-d for the las. three The most probable guide is analogy ; and the wisest man,
yeasi 0iascientific expedition in varuio, pa.o tl'he globe, judging by this criterion, have presumed that the sea may
and ahet to return. Captain Fosler Id l left his ship Ior be measured by the eights of mountains, tih highest of
S .he purpose of making a series of ri-k.t olseraions on which o re 2,ti. or 3l,(hK)lft. Tie greatest de th that
t aith iam of Pcnamm ; and on liii i rn dlow' a nnilal has Ie' n tried to Ih measIuredi, is that found in the Northern
aid llnw river in a canoe, lie is, .id to la-\s fallen i Ocean by Lord Mulgrave : I' heaved a very iaavy sound-
overboard and to have been drowntd. iBut throng susli- ing k-'d, and gave out alone with it a able rope of dhe
cions exist for believing that this yniou;-, rihlil. and hig;hl length of 498) liet, without finding the bottom.
i;::orioue oullr, was Itcheioussl nmiurdered.
h English in Russi.-Tleant Erported.-The Riwian
The New Mnthly Mab aine gives the following methol government, as an infant state, has hitherto had monr good
of oblini lowers ofdiferent rCiors on dr anae terin:- sense than to rely on native talent for (ii in any of its
Bplit maIl twig of elder kingthwa ~, and having wrspel most essential departments. With the exception of Cont
out ipith, fill each of t arpartmenpts wthedt of flOwer-. lleyd.n, who is a Dutchman, most of the chief naval offi-
of ent sorUts., but which blossom almu th e.now tine; cen are English. Add to which, Sir William Creiiehon
amrrasid them with mould, and their, tying tosdgetr thl tw is chiefphysician to the Emperor; Sir James Wylie is had
bti of wood, plant thd whole in a pot fied with earth pro- of the nllitary staff; General Wilson, din-etor of thi, int-
a prly prepared. The stem of the different flowers will works; general l Forde, chief of the arsenals; and Mr.
*his be so incorporated as to exhibit to ihe eye, only one enning, superintendent of prisons.
stem. throwing ad branches covered wil on anulo-"o
uem, o he owed which produced them. a IEnlis Art a d "'rench Liberalitiy.-At the late ex-
us to te -od hibiti.n Iof pictures at lthe Louivre, Mr. Daniell and Sir T.
A Gallat Nt Arl.-As a nobleman was kling a ve.ry Lawrence had each several pictures. The later, in -
lovely yoTl s* from the Theatre, atler the reprwnta- ticiular, the portrait of the lion. Master Lamhton. Th
tion a lit of Zaire, at which she had been greatly picture was very mitch admired there; and Baron Bomo,
afeft'W, tiheyr t Voltaire, to wlion de nobleman said, tirst cullptor to the Kine, on seen it, exclaimed, with all
You have mun to answer for--ihe crime of drawing the eneryr of his nation, I would have given a thousand
loods of tears from thau beantiluil 'ye." Voltaire repli- kdr-,s it had been painted by a Frenchmen; for. to give it
S ed, Ah, my hidI, the ryres Ane but tol khw Ito is rdT, it is ilie finest picture in the iexibitiou."--Libwry
recagc timicci." V f ffh I( a t.


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Al YAXJETY.
B g idy recollect@ dam opening
nes r one maeoH s Htrld:
11-1 s L e a she Bridge of Sighs, &e.
The lunm bridge has provoked the Epigramm
t. TheI inall ppea to he s taler,tby fs,
title, and so Eniglismana has conimited d
lowingstansi the obvioru pun arising from this Ca
N the Bridge i Vnaiu, calkd the Bridge o/f Bigh.
Why call dbt i lhe Bridge of Si g!
It is I= ys al,
That erysy who sa it crime
'.'Ti ofa m a ll!"
How to be Bilv-- Strt with what creed you like.
e either orthodox W- l- Toy or Whig. Have
predilection for P qb t ut towards" srigm and
ital" Christinity; but, you re, my son, gt
romotion-get it by keep principles, if you ca;
at, my son, gt promotion. W~aer let you prlncil
and in your way. Attachme to them will be called
prejudice,'w4nd epertness harlequinade "liberal.
y.--lies of ik B sf ad Wellt.
Igrulitkd tea Lar.--a ti l at Seasion, a man
as indicted in Albany, (Sd otme) for taking ronm
person who wa dnmk, his pocd*ok with $. The
an win acquitted by the ingenious magi ent of his
wyer, in destroying the evidence of he person from
hop the money was taken, though the -w no doubt of
he guilt of the acused. But mankind 1 ungrateful, and
certain, indeed, i it what will be our read for doing
kindness. On Friday last, this same eaeund perne
tole a silver spoon from this name lawyer, who my now
ave another opportunity of using hi skill in again ar
i former client from punishment.--Albany Dail A
rtiser.
A New Profnssiom.-A Bristol paper, in its notice of the
execution of Walker, the burglar, observes, that the pri-
imer remained in prayer for a short time with the chaplain;
after which the executioner proceeded to the duties of hi
irofessio Jack Ketch a professor!" [Why not? Hi
rife keeps an "establishment for the manufacture of
matches;" his sister presides over an emporium of linen
ag;" and his aunt is a governess in an "evening aca-
erny for young ladies." Jack's chosen science is uck.
alogy.]
A Bauper.-One night, an Sheridan, about half-wea
ver, was leaving Carlton-lhose, li reeled, and fill heavily.
rhe Prince hastened to assist and condole with hin.-
'Oh! never mind," hiccuped Richard Brinsley, 'ts unly
Bumper at parting."
The Bober Truth.-One hundred-and-one eiigrams
were written by Captain Morris on Mr. Pitt's comingdown
o the louse in that state in which "gentlemen wiv to be
who love their bote;" on which a Tory wh obmiwvd tha
' he would undertake to write a thousand-and-one, if Mr.
Fox should ever be detected in dt opposite predicament!"
It is quite a mistaken idea, that a woman cannot keep
a ecret-nobody so well-Triat her but with half, or try
to keep it from her altogether, and she is sun- to Ieat you;
la'calls her pride prompts her to find out what the man.
thinks it right to cone aml tlen her vanity induces her
to tell what she has found out; and this in order to show
her power of discovery. Trust all to her, and sie will
tiever betray you; but a half confidence is not worth hav-
ing.--lazweil.
Free writing arl despotism are such implacable fos,
that we hardly think ofblaming a tyrant for not keeping Ia
terms with d- press. lie cannot do it. He might as rra-
snmebly loose a volcano for the foundation of his throne.
Necessity is laid upon him, uness he i in love with ruin,
to check the bold and honest expression of thought. But
thll nec'-esity is his own choice, and let infamy be that
m-n's portiIon, who seirs a power which he cannot sustain,
but by dootiine the miml, through a vast empire, to slavery,
and by turning the press, that great organ of truth, into a
instrument of public delusion nd deboment.-Ckmmig.
With respect to the authority of great names, it should
he remembered that he alone desres to have any weight
or influence with posterity, who has shown himselfuperior
to the particular and preduninant error of his m times;
who, like the pgsk of Teneriffe. has hailed the intellertul
sun, before its heams have reached the horizon of common
mindi; who, standing lile Socrates on the apesofwisdom,
has removed from his eyes E film ofearthly drms, and has
foreseen a purer law, a nobler system, a brighter order of
things; in short, a promise land! which,like Mses on he
top of Piseah, he is permitted to survey and anticipate for
other-, without being himself allowed either to enter or t
enjoy.
A Paris paper has this paragraph:-" The infant Ma-
demoiwlle d'llolyrood,daughter of the Duchem of Bery,
definitely afianced to Don Miguel! In order to prepare
and dispose her for this anion, they have presented her
with a small tiger-cat--ater which she is to associate, in
succession, with a wolf, a leopard, and a hyena, from
which last species of fellowship, he wl pass by a very
slight advance in tie scale, to the arms of Don Migue"
The members of Brooke's Club Houe, London, ub-
scribed 15,000 to "t he Loyal and Patriotic Fud," far
assisting the cause of Reform. Among a long ist of other
slbscriptions to the mame fund, advertised in the Londoa
papers, we see one of Is. 6)d. by four maid servants!
M. Fischer, of Vienna, hhi discovered a new process f
bleaching Straw. Instead of smoking it with sulphur, a
heretofore, he steeps it in the muriatic acid surted Mt
poltes. The Straw bleached by this process never grpt
yellow. and iseqfally white, besides that it acquire agret
ficl ability. t




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