Group Title: Bahama argus
Title: The Bahama argus
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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.
Publication Date: November 12, 1831
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Bahamas   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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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Volume ID: VID00034
Source Institution: University of Florida
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ge-B1GE BleQN. Editor. SATURDAY, NOVEMB"W 1e, 1141. VOL. I-msN. XXXIV


rUtLiilRll Lsen-wIL .KLV IN NASIAU, N. P.

3ight Deflar per almnaim- advnameh .



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O that I were thri utumlu night
Beneath old Warsaw's wal-
'Gainst ruthless might to share the fight
At freedom's scred cell! d
If by the spears the despot ream
In Poland'i ranks I fell.
The remnant of my wared rears
Were wisely spent ad well. i
Thou wouldn't not blame, dear aged ire r
The purpose of my prayer:
Thou didst inspire the genial Are,
Which in the breast I bear;
Thou bad'st me be, for liberty,
Quick. generous. nd bold, .
And gav't the bmlle-brndl to me, d
Thy father wore of old. I
Could'at thhu, my angel love. upbraid,
If. psaming from thy side,
For one I strayed, ald fundl made,
The Poll,:. lhd my ride I
O uoi the les thy loveliness
Would smile on my return.
Though that wronged land my strep should bless,
Whee she had ceased to mourn.
The tyrant's gold may weapons buy,
And slave may work his will ;
The spirit high of victory
Nervel free-born bosouil still
To share the fight, 'gauil ruthless mi;hl,
At freedom's sacred call-
O would I were. this autumn night,
Beneath old Warsaw's wall.
On to the battle. Belgiai mach !
The Dutchmen quaLe with dread:
Well win the bright triumphal arch,
Or die in glory's bed.
Remember how your fathers have
Of old f(r freedom died
Their smbe from each bloody grave
Cry, tarnish not our pride.
Come, glht for firside. fight for fame;
Not ll the world in arms
Shall ~sd is turn our bhack in shme.,
Or shun fierce war' alarms.
Tea onward. let our banners fly,
And give our bugles breath,
Forward, and be our battle cry,
For liberty or death."
Bat hush-amid that dusty cloud,
Bee yonder bold ray ;
SIt the Dutch -Lord what a crowd !
Owed God-let' run away.

Fm the Cemwir 4* Equirer, Ne. 1.

A pr ger by the Arkwright has put us in posession
SA DunJde paper of the 2d September containing Lon-
dee datesof the 0th, being three days later than we pob-
ted yesterday from the Dundee Courier of the 20th.
A we had Iit too much reason to believe, the fall of
Wuw on the 7th of September, is confirmed ; and great
" ion pervaded the public mind in Paris on the an-
mM~eusn of this melancholy event. The paper before
. however, ives no particular. We think it probable,
ht thi alliciing event may compel the Perier Ministry
b -ira, bet we hardly think it will produce any more
Mirporta chage.-The account that a resolution had
l the French Chamber of Deputies asking of Enag
e te remains of Napoleon, appears to be incorrect.
The Reform Bill it will be een, has pased the Hose
SCommn, without debate, by a majority of 55 on the
third rm g.
PfI tre Lamnd nm of the 19t1.
The pitalatioa of Warsaw, and its entry by the Rui-
e teGm, is hb t too true. The s tion this intelli-
Sk ,ea tled ie Pari is, as we anticipated, most in-
om ha already gives rse to tumuls, and will, we ap-
'e-, gi rise tomany more. The Ministry too have
hat Md n a point which the Miamer of War
o he l a idered off eat moment ; sad his do-
ae ring at rii of peculiar excitement cannot
m.wmlhy to endanger their stability. But the Polish
edti aheere allI others in the French ca L It i
h a national calamity, and in some d a di-
p., and so indeed it i ; for, had not the heroic Poles
I"a tmeaemeru in the way, the army of Nicholas would
e** have reached the baaks of the Rhiee. The



oss therefore my be coa r having, to a certain
iment, acrificed themele for the French.
Prsm Ike Leade Spestatrw.
The Berli Gasuete brings bhavy news respecting
'oland. Official inleligenc reached Berlin on the Ilth
current, that Waraw bad capitulated on the 7th, after two a
ays of bloody fighting in hi neighbourhood. The Polih a
nuy, accompanied by the members of the Diet, retired e
irough Prego on the night of the 7th; and, at an early f
our on the 81h, the Rus nas entered. The Poes are
lid to be retiring on Modlin nad Ploch, where an attempt I
rill be mae a at a fartherdefenc. The Bavarians on the b
Ihine have addreased to their Sovereign spirited re i
onstrance in behalf of Poland,--oo late, we fear, to aid p
hem in their present sand ; ot too late, we trout, to cheer a
hem on to ultimate triumph If the Russian victory in A
toland be he signal for a gaasl rising to vindicate the
reedou of Germany, as we hope it i designed to be, it
an hardly be a subject of regret To the Pole it being w
delay only.
Press he Dunds A srrtr, Beptemer & \
The Rusians, it is sid, hae, sher twodays' head fght-
ng, been enabled to enter Warnr; by capitulaton, aIl the
ntrenchments raised to protect te city having been car-
ied by assault. It is said that they behaved like men, I
father than savages, a they are, when they entered War-
aw,-rspectng life and propery. This, if true, ays so
uuch for the progress of a civiliation against which they t
ire fighting. Although severe of the London journals
oubt the accuracy of thi intelligence, the probability i I
hat Warsaw has fallen. But what of this, if the Poles I
re made, as we have sleon to believe they are, of the
eight stuff Was Scotland conquered w- Edward the
First took possession of Edinburg, and the majority
of the nobles of the land (dher-re of the Broghmo.-
ger of the present day) trudgnLg at his Ihll Truly
noL And we do not yet despair of Poland. To carry
he entrenchments before Warsaw, must have cant the
Russians more than it did the Poles to defend them. The i
uolish army diminished only in a proportion les than that
of the Autocrat has departed, along with bte member of I
the tenporery government, to take up other positions,-to
iturcept tim communications of the Russians with their
own country, and with the faithless government of Prun a,
whilst the winter is coming to the assistance of the Poe
The quesioa relative to die Fr Parn l *6 s be-
fore the Chambers; but ts po e i l that of the
English reform bilL
The first Belgian Congrems mic the settlement of the
Government has been opened by the King. The Royal
speech attributes the fight of the army from the Dutch to
its want of discipline and imperfect orqaniatio ; and
gratefully alludes to the prompt and powerful aid given by
France. Negotiations had been begun for the purpose of
arranging the disputes with Holland; but late events had
made the Dutch rather untractble, and little dispositio
is shown by them to come to a final settlement. The
French troupe sant to Belgium wil no loner give occasion
for jealousy-they are rapidly withdrawing within their
own fruntiers.
Lo Dom, September 20.
Third Readig of tle Refom Bi-This bill was ac-
tually read a third time on Monday, without a word ofop-
position, and in a House of 171 members. After *ome
miscellaneous business, the third reading was moved by
Lord John Russell, Sir James Scarlett rae, and appeared
to b speaking for minute or two, but noa word be maid
could be heard. There wre lud ime of withdraw,
withdraw," and the gallery was cleared for a diviaon.-
The Houe divided, when there appeared-For the third
reading, 113; against i58; majority, 5. The division
at the moment was a complete urpri. Lord J. Rsell
then moved, by way of rider, the dalse providing for the
contingency of a diolntion of Parliaset before the re
gistration of voters wee completed.
How haM the spit of resaiae o a iddeely remed
among the Torie We descry a rtane m. They are
now anxious that the Bill duld be ia rd with ll ponri-
bility into the Upper House, that the Peen may have an
opportunity of rejecting it before the people have time to
renew their declarations in its favour.
Friday, eptlember 16.-Col. Evae presented a peti-
tion from the National Reform Assocition, hld at the
Crown Tavern, Museum st. Bloomnbury, praying the
House to take into consideration the peont e ase of the
unfortunate Poles, with a view of addrmiag His Majesty,
praying that HisMajesty would be pleadtorecgi ae ir
catse. Laid on the table and ordered to be printed.
The death of the Countem Dowager o Worrington,
mother of the Duke of Wellington, te Marquis We-
s-ley. Lord Maryborough, Lord Cowley, and the Honur-
able and Revered Gerard WeUesley, i annoused in he
London papers.
At the drawinf-room as ocurneace sk place, with re-
ference to the reception of lady of title, which has given
rie to much convegratio in the bihr circles. A Peeresm
(not recently married,) whoa cedect i private life ias
not always been of the srictest moral character, despite of
the remonstran of her friends, would be proented on
this occasion. Her Majesty, we -desand, treated her in
esch a manner u to evince in the cirle of the Cort, tht
determinatio to diasounatensce dotor charec even
in the highest rink, which was so des edly lauded in e
demeaso of Qmeen Charlote.--Oile.


Thursday being th day appointed for the Ceemation os
heir Majesfia, dio aMruupao tl appear-
nce ilhoeot from the omma lbtof day4lee. The
rtiilery commnced ring t five in dhe mramib, und al s
early hour number of par men awe pouring is di-
erent directions toward the gre atfo of u ttlaria,
Vestminster Abbey. In the neighbourheod ParliUMet
street numbers of eats hd ben erected, and a great mum-
or of persons, notwithelnding the coldness of the mapr
ng, were eted so early a five o'clock. At sis o'clock a
rty of the Royal Artillery Corp. of Vohuam arrived
t St. James's Palace, and took their station apPit,-,
it a very early hour the line of carriage reached
he Abbey nearly to Charlg-cri Every plahe i
would command a view of the promiaen was fited up
rith ats.
Atseven o'clock, a porte of the Royal Artilry Com
any arrived at Weuetmaor Abbey, sad they were U
ioned at the wra door at which His Majy eaters. The
egiments of the Ouards aoon ar arrived, and we
laced at very short lltervals, so as to make a clear r ed
or His Majesy and the Royal Sleo. The Lif Gembd
were placed from the top of King street, Westmi sar, on
oth sides of the way, as fr as the Horne Geda, where
he Royal Hore Guards wee etaioned at regain db.
ances, as far as Caring-cross. A ha body of the New
Police were placed in Pall Mal, together wih the Royal
Horse Gurd, as far as the Palace; nd a mmahr of te
Yeoman of the Ouardwere inattandaom aboutthe P ~a.
The bond of Life Guard was sationed in Waerlo
place. The Lord Mayor, Sherifs, Aldemaen, arrived '
It the Abbey about nime o'clock.
The roadwas strewed with gavel all he way fror te
Palace to Weaminster Abbey, whch enabled the poems
whose day it was to attend the preamia f-a oS oalk
n perfect comfort. As the time appr~ ched at which
was expected that the proceaa woeld move forward,
Ihroag of person filled every avenue which comma ed
a view of the cene. The utmost order prevailed.
At twenty minutes before eleven o'clock, a disharge of
rtllery announced that His Majesty had quieted the Pa-
lac. The yard of the Palce wa sermousded by re-
dy eaed falea The MR"ManI a wa e 1
y en another. His Majesty t tre wib a
high runrouend his neck, an appeared remarkably weL
Her Majesty at by hi side, but rather higher, nd wore
crown of pearls. As the carriage passd, th bands which
lad been prviouly stationed in the line of the procession,
ayed od save the King." Bin beautiful cream-co
ed hures, splendidly caprisoned, attended by) prome
in their state liveriea, followed the reinue. As Hi Ma-
jesty paned the Park he was received by a raile from
the guns placed there. Am the proceion proceeded, the
King and Queen were loodly greeted by the amlmbled
populace, wo mingled their voie with the iernumets
of the military in crying God ave the Kimq.' The Lord
Chancellor came in hein the state criage, wch of very
ancient appearance, having been hi me rem them a mn-
tury, and it created considerable amusem t ma he
mob. As soon as te procmaio hod paomd, dt e
manes of people began to separate.
Long before four o'clock the hor at which, it wea-.
nounced ltat Wemtimer Abbey was to be opened, a
numerous collection of pM hed amem oled at the dif-
ferent entrance. By e o'cocrk, the lateDre of the Ab-
bey aiorded a spledid spectacle. In every part of it,
galleries had been erected, and were fild by ompay
dressed in the most splendid style. The gidy heugi at
which onme of the galleries we perched gave to thoae
who occupied them rather the appearance of a grrroum
friage running round the pillars, thn of a body of ivin
person. The pace below la the traepts was reserve
for the Pers ad Peerenes At aboau eit o'clock thee
peroag egan to arrive; the Peernreas lok their emem
in the northern trmapt, and the Peeu occupied the
souwerm one.
The Members of the Houaeof Commenaa surd dtir
gallery t aie o'clock. The representative of the pe-
ple resembled & body of military ofcer, me lrgewe a
the proportion of the members who wore the milam
Among the per ages who attracted moet st*l eon
hi entrance, was Prince Tallayrand. The Duke 'o We-
lington entered immedidely aer.
At eleven o'clock, their Mejeme arrived at the Ahbey.
As they advanced up dthe se of d d choir, A Iher
of the Capel Royal sad of Wsmlasuer, i the aem
gallery, ing the mndems- I am gled wn th e m
unto me, we will go to the houe J dt Lord." it a
gratifying to obeerve thL their Majeasti waen I
lent heaLth.
The poceiom prrn edd ia the hwig eahds
The Pena and Pereae, d d ir e rm, .d
others, summoned by his Majes y's ainma -
the cereaoey of dt Caroemtie were a ia te
police assigned to them i Weire metar AbbI peemly
to the arrival of their Majesties
The great 04kcers of tale, the ArtMel ep of Can-
terbuty and York, the moblema ppialed lo carry the
regalia, ad the Bishops who esppred heir MajUr.,
as well N thme whe car ried the br, the drhlire, and
the patina, .ambled In he Jermalem chamber, before

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tin* Fortifies boving been ysvissmillywc'sa righi haldnd and said Reive thi Kis
W e? Y wh n h- d eirep t hd in be proi y br.. W Lay WUllEm Bas sel. ec. ad With this swor ldo juicee" &c.
I w wN.- delmrd latthhe Lor Ireat THIlE KING gEGALIA, v.m was then invested in sucmsioo wIh thd Imperilg
hn mba, i s W Ner i m g y wor us rm v i: Ed id'Wrj. Tit- "re oldam pH u The Scepre. i the Imperial obe and Orb, dr Ruby King, a 6d edt
hum ,h bboowih by .se ature by st* Cabos r b b rho
TIIE QUET .S R.E0 LIA. Duke of ;rnon; M tq of.11I ; D orone c TlE CROWNING.-The Archbihop sood
Fled, 60 Irey anI with th Doie!, to Earl Cawdace. bta Co ert earnes his C('wfwam has Coronet car- TlC01111Ar
e 1.a IM widh i )u .., to Ei ar CawdYor. Co.mas rms d ,om ya. rirel- by a Paage. thile alter, and having St. Edward's crown befor
sc.,ud, Thie bi ilee wth Cruo t rofjm- a'rl rd wr, "' ae. "The .cond od took Itheo ume into his hands, and conecrated and.
r er 'Crw. to te of .t. e by h tie h' Irne by th borne by the il with prayer, O God, who crowoes thy faidtfl .
T lrd, 'iwM t*e Crrn ter LIA. theDkofBeort. y.o( Cleveland; M. of a yisbur; Mq. of DU shire, vunt witll mercy," &c. Then ahe rcrlbishop, assuiL
ST, IlE KING S lE A LI A. h CFro ( t rne ctu- ('uwHs car- hbi Corunet car- other Bishops, came from the altar, the Dean of Waoe
F re, RI. SEdward'. Sa to Ith Duke of (nrafton. ried a Fage. u r la by Page. ftal by a Page. ter carried the crown, and the Archbisalop took and in
i emm d. The Npars, to dIe M ,anuia e l lustlin*. Helark Rol. oGare. it n his Majesty's head, while the people, with k i .
TAlla T. hm t 'oron.t brne by a Page. repeated shouts, cried," God save the King,i" e,
I AF rth. r o he Poied Sword of Temp l v, or trumpets sounded, die drumsu heat, and the 'Toer W
Vi"lh Tie ointev Sword of Spiritual Justice, or IQ
Third LS d, TPointed M wordaq of (Temporal Jsn tice, or yat ill a re l etk ofkucsr, ia n hi roller oaf |Park gaais fired by signal. The acclamation reesd; ;
Third bword, T tso hen Mti word of pCiralalatnd. Jtor E'tatc. carry naug h,,la i H litl 3a Mar.hal; \rclabisLIop pronounced die eluortaoian-.a" Be brt g
Fi, T the Mrit H rd of Dpiwtali Jure. or his (CorAet borne b a G(;v rma of his Rh I toyl l I I tlighness's of ,good courage," &c. The chloirs then sang de tnth ae
camdnword, to the Maquis of Downsire. lHousehold; Io Train bota by Iord 'l' h) iin. rl King slhall rejoice in lhy irengthi," &c. As I
ilsth, Cureana, or Sword of Mlerory, to the Marquis Ii. Hoyal Ilighlr.n the l)ukeof Sussex, in lhke ob'e; i kii wa crwnd, tle 'r n tir me
S'4 S InIary. has Coronet ca.rrie by a Getlemsen ul his i):yl t L. Bi hilgopt icircap stl, d lte kie g ltr A is their cr.w
Nsevteth, The Sword of Slate to Eael Grey. Ilihness' Ilouteholuld ; hLTrain horne by If illaa1a6aiateircsp%, and rie Kiag of .raas rheirerast
Eighthe t, Selrtre widt the Dove, to r e Duke of Lori l Jlhn Spnuacetd*Uurchill. 'TIlE IIOM.A(;E.-The Archbi,,hop kneeled ht
Rl'cml ad. Ilia Royal Ilighness thle Duke of Camberland, in like robes, the king, anid, for himself and ithe other Lords Spiri
*L, The Orb, to the Dl) of Somerset. carrying his Balon ; hI Cooaner borne by a (Gentle- prunouucedl tlhe words of hloneiae, they kneeled orIed
Tuglh, fit. Edward's U(rewa, to the Duke of Hamilton, Oman o bi I(oy l alirglo l household ; Ihs anal loidl after him. The Arcitbistaup then kaed r6ih
a Lord High Stew-sd. Train borne by Lard Ernest Bruce. ty's left cheek, aud the rest of the Lords SpiritWdW
E een hh P tou.d. The H. C(onsanle ot llanod, de H. Constale of Scolland.e Lords i
leveth, The Patina, to the Bidaop of Carlisle. Dube of I.'inser ; Earl of Eol; thel samea, and retired.--Then the Duke of CumbedaL
Twenb, T'I Ch lie, to the Bislop of Rocheuoer. his Coronse borue by a page; his Coronet bore by Page; ascendled thile steps of thile throne, and took off his coaq ,
Tlhirmoenh The Bible, to dthe Bbap of Chichster. The Earl Marshal The worad of The Lonl lihgh knelt before the King, anl, for Ihnaslf and thie otherfDlts
The DeaLu ad Prheidaruis of Wetmiinstr were in of England, tate, boran Constable of the Blood Royal, pronounced the words of bomaurg,
t. save, in rtedim-m to join de prmmanliong noet before with bu s hi r; hi by Eml Grey; of England ; rest t put il' their coroets, kneeling with him l ld nbsi
dS Jrs of h Majemy's lumelsld. Grace's Coronet his Coneort The Duke of hient, anda said after hinm. The Duke of Cumberland bin
Their Mal and dte Prirncs nd P'rincses of tie borne by a Page. carried by a Page. Wellitgtond touched the crown 1upo his Majesty's head and kis
Too hei R ale, wad the P riwith his Staff, and Iotny
lood Reoyl, aseedd by the officers of the houm-hold of his Baton a hia Majeisty's left clhek; the rest of tle Dkhes. i
heir Majee pni seeded in slae from St. Jams' Pa- Field Marhal ; Blood Roail did thelike after imr, and then retired. Th
lem, ar rid arr das b e Abbey eat 1 o'clock. his Grace's Coro- )iDukers nal othllr Peers observed the ante cereass yj.
On arrival the wat entrance of the Ahl.y, their net borue by a senior of each dl. erce pronouncing the wouds of nmo
M jMi were reived by the great officer of Stale. Page. and tie rest o'f dte same degree saying after him; OW
The di f her Majesty's houshold, and oAiretr of The Sceptre HB. Edward's The Orb, each Peer of the sa no decree, sucresnively touched i
do har l houe old, lo w elu dutiu are not tanigned in w"th the Diov, CrMu borne by the > Al.,ics t's crown, and kissed his Majesty's left cheek,sau
ar y imme l poe to ia place prelasret fur aT borne by ilte borta by the Itoh' of E
y, imnediselly pad to h plac prepared for Deb hr h h 1 o Ib then' retired. During this cereanciy tile choir sang aIn
dthem t Richmonf SL erd l his .at _- 2 tole 1, ald the Trueasurr of his Majesty's household thin
Thir Majeie's then advanced up the nave into the RB hilchmrone the Duke of r m alf e Cunio
shir; dt christers of tim Chapel Royal, and of West- i rri,| liamilron earnl T1F. .NOl'TINf CHOWNING, AND .
wa aarnessd Ilamilton carraed TIlE ANOINTING, CROWNING, AND EN.
inter ti diorlim 4olary, mng tha anthem," I wa I, by Page. by a Page. TIIHONEiMENT OF TIlE QUEEN.--The smue
hs id ae, we wll go inoto the lou l he Partiu The Bible. Tier Chalic, remonv was performed to her Majesty, four Dudchm
68CM" <, bone by home by b y i f holding; lhe i|1 during tlr Hbaoinlin.g, and aftr er boin-
FORM oI the PROCEEDIlO of THEIR MAJEBTIES Th. Bihop of the Bihop of t the Bishop of holing the pal durng the a,,toiniig, san d after her
hin As WEST DOOR ofRee ABBEY, ita the Choir. CUa-.l. Chicheter Rochiester. crowel, the clhoirs smtten tile Hallelujah choums; dri
lT hee ArBBEY he Ch. THE KING(. which she was conducted to her throne on the left of 16
The Plandmes nd theDnof Westminster. In hbi Royal = King (lowing reverently to His Majesty as dhe pPeasd
HS Majesty's Vace Chamberlain a The Crimson Robe The C throne.)
Coempemller of ki Treasure of hism a Bishop of Stae: Archbishop e T E OLY S REMENT.-T ir Mi
MaiOf's Ilia Majesty's ot York. anin 35
L*ts M 'hot I Bh Trm I brne the asnc = ~ took off their ('rowns, adl, pnroedil to the alter, recrired
bearing the crimson ag wih And by latest of h thee Sacramenl, the Archbishop administering le blm l,
rboe Meaels. I ele ons of )Dukes of Durhba and the Dean the cup. The King and Qu.en ,ops
Thie t anl meli.i 't Liod Stewaer k'. on l iher crown%, snd tnkine the srlptrps in their haat
f bI. e I.lua old othbi Majsy's llotuteold Marq. of Worcester. Earl of nnrrey. Earl of Euslon, hel'ire, aain relair'e tou teir tlrones, snppoited ed-w
hm Come.nt his Coronet Marti of Doum. Marq. of Titchfield. Earl of Lincoln, lend.,d as Iafore. Th.. Archbishop then read the so
camped by a Page. clrrne by a ;'age. assisted y the M iter of the Rofta; Ilunniimon rvice, and pronounced the bhhleing: and, Ia t
The la d Prvy eal ; The Loml Pres. o the Couocil; and folded hy the Groo of the Robe. conrlsion, the trunlllrt were sounded and tle dntnh hR.
his Ceahst his Coronet T rhe O of The Gold Stick The Master ofi e ir enwre sot.
sby Ca r'ge. aried by a Page. the tole of a he Life GusuTa the Ilore; The Rltgalia auns then delivered to tile Dean, whb
Te oeard Chancellor of Ireland; his coronet bone in waiting; his coronet borne posited lhenm on the altar, and lheir Majesties proceed
tteded by hb prse b ,arer; ha Coroewt by a age. his Cormo borne by a Page. St. Edward's chapel. His Majesty was then disriu ld
m d by a page. by a Page. hii royal rbe of state, and arrayed in his royal raid
The 1ur It gh Chancellor The Captain of the Yo.- The Captain of the Band purple velvet by thie deputy Lord llanmberlain.
mstAded by his re bearer: has men of the Guard; of Gentlemen Pensioners; Thelir Ma;jesties, and the princes and princeaes, e
Coroa ciarn by by a Page. his Corone borne hi Comone borne proceeded out of the choir, anal to the west door of
'Te Let Arrhbshbop of Clnlerbury. as hba Hoche. by a Page. by a Page. Alxhev, attended as L.-fore; their M ihjtliesl rwering tl
with hir Cap in Ik hauul, aeudel hb Iwo Two Los of the Betachamner, viz. -, a d a i i
(]eallemte. Earl Anaheml., Erl of D)enhigh., crrwns; the Ki. I,- ia ing, in his right hand, the e
PaiNremse or TYr R,.,n Ro .t. vi :- eah attended by a I'ge to bear hs Coronet. will the cross, and in his lift, tile orb, and dt Qme
Hlr Royal llhlbs the IDuhess of Ctamnbidge, in Exons of the Yeoen Yeonen hearing, in her rielt hand, her sceptre with the crommo
Robe of Estei of Purple Velver. waring a of he G(urd. of the Guard. in her left, tite ivory rlo with tie dove; their Royal Hi
Chebe of Ue m f bead ; her Tram bnume by a Laly Exos of the Yeomen of the Guards. nsses the Princes and Princesses wearing their cores
of hb Ryal hHilghkss' Bedcamubtr : mued TIHE RECOGNITION.-After the Anthem, the end the Prince%, who are Field Marshals. carrying th
by OelatMe of her Royal Illghnss's Archbishop of Canterbry made the Recognition east, batons. On arrival at tie west door of the Abbey, Gw
Iloreholdl: he Coronet of her south, wes, and north, during which his Majesty stood and ter proclairmd King's style. The swons land the resl
Royal Ilighoen orne by turned towards nth people on the side at which the re- were nr eived, near dte west door, by the officers ik
Her oa HIligh lr the Du ches of Croehrlndl, i.n "ogiOtion was Iade, the people replying to each demand Jewel OItice, appointed for that ptnriose. Their Maljes
hho R ae ; her Train l, so o borne: andl the with loud and remlled acclamations of Gd Save King andil the Princes msnl Princems- of the Blood Hvoyvl
C lonm of heL Royal Highnes boie by William the IVth," ad at the lst recognition he tr nlpes turned to St. Jaenst's IPatee soon after three o'clocki
V'scont Eache. were sounded and the druma beat. Ilis bajety then usl the same order as they left in the morning. The new
ei Royal Ilasbess the Duchres *f Ulonn errir, in a like down; and the bible, ad the chalice, and the patina were nony ocrnpied tneirly fiar. TIl, preparations Ikr
Rubr of Esate ; hbr Tram hone m e n m. anne carried to and placed upon the aler by the Bishops who illumination in rte evening were of the must spleadil &
nd the Com t r lRoyl lighonu,* iore them. Tlir majearis then preeded to the altar, scription.
Thei by que. Dce d the King, eaoy sad kneeling upon the cushion,
QUEEN'H RE AIA.r vis. made his firt offering of the pall, or shar cloth of gld, Ner Peers.-The namet of the following persons *P
Thle Inory Red Th farptre with which was pinead on the altar, and then the ingot of gohl, pear in the (;Gaette of yesterday week, as having he
w db t al bL Eie, Chl rbealn the Cro, of a pound weight, which was put into the oblation basin. raised to the dignity of the Peerare, or promoted theie:
here of er MajeBst'r bolae by the The Queen hen presented a pall of gold with tle same Earl of Cavsillas, K. 1'. by the title of Marqiui of Ai-
Eatl C a HImesehld. l. C(om- Earl of Jersey; rerrmony ; and both then retired to their seats. A later the Earl of llreadalbane, hv the titles of Earl of Oroelii d
his am a card by a page. his ('onsrt. asnr o, the Archbihop of Canterbury then adnministered Marquis of Breadslbane.
Twd by a Pe. rarTn by I Page. the Coroation Oath at td star, and then returned to his Earl (Grsvenor, by the title of Marquis of Westmi
a Mir bMitHel' ro a Two seea chair. Lord 0. A. H. Cavendish Earl of Burlintnf.
Amml rie LGO's Cemes Arm. TIIE ANOINTING.-The Coronatio Anthem Viscount Duncan, Earlof Camploh"
b nte ay k Ram. Zedeock the Prie," was then sung by the choir, during Viscount Northland, Earl of Ronforly.
THR B Q tBR which the King w disrobed of hi crimon robes, which Marquis of Heedfort, Baron Keelit
Ia i hei BRy Iem; Arbbaop were carried iato St. Edward' Chapel. The Dean of Earl of Meath, K. P. Baron Cheworth.
e Ms esy's Tri Ae's of T Wetmineim thea peslned the ampula, wlich continued Earl of Inmnore, Baron Dunmore.
Wh lr h Gbym L D h- Armglh. a the conmesatd oil, and pouring anme into the anointing (;en. (. J. Earl Luilow, G.C.B. Baron Ludlow.
a fe e of the spoon, the Bishop thm anointed his Majesty on the heed Lord Belhaven and Stenion, Baron Ilamilton
heirasam of the Robes, and heds, in the form of a crma, pronouncing the words, Gen. J.F. Lord Howden, G.C.B. Baron Ilowden.
wanted by Be thou anointed," &c. The King then kneeline, TIh lion. Wm. Mlale, Baron Panmlwt.
Pa Do.ghlar e EmLs, the Archbishop stood a the north side of the altar, and The Hon. Geo. Ceadoan, Baron Oakley.
Sis:- pronounced the E mba dicto. Sir (;eo. W. BampfyT e, Bart. Baron Pnllimore.
iL Tern m amnig- Lady Teodeas Hneram. The Nobleman who carried the Sword of State, then Sir Robert Lawley, Ran. Baron Weniock.
i IlMdy Geraml Bathorst. delivered it to the Lord Chamberlain, and in lieu tlwreof Sir Edw. Prvye Lloyd, Bart. Baron Mos yn.
lady I ly Gorgama Grey. received from hi Grace another sword, in a scabbard of W. Fitxlhrdinge Berkeley, Esq. Baron Seerave.
lady aMde aBedrha er in Waiig, iL purple velvet, which his Lordnlip delivered to the Arch- Lieut. Col, Arthur Chihenlter, Baron Templh-ne.
of" IRhdeh lbed in Wairi i h
Cmmrne Brmwow. Marchione of Weseah. bishop, wholaid it o the altar, anl sanin the prayer We. Lewis Illnest, E, M s of Ilonor. vi. l Hear our prayers, O Lord. we I-w'ecl thi, and so A sipplcment to Frilay's G(;aCee contained the flr
Hem. Mm Eden Hon. Mie Ragot. dirfwt and support hy servant Kine William," Ar. T'lH ing promotlin:
II.. M.- ie RIfm. Ilia. Mim .'. Movie. Archhiaop then Itnk Ihe sword from off the star, anmi Viscoent Anmnn o lie Earl of Lirltf-lil.
Hm. Mi. says r lion. Miss Mitchell. assisted by ulher Bislhn,u delivered the sword into the IAnd lth Garete of TmIsday last announces thesds'


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hluis crasaismes:-Lord Cioourry to Le bacon has resigned, maid Gen.Skrysaecki Ias entered the 4th
i.,f Cloacurry, in thi cuntvy ul KilMare. egieh as a mere greadiar. t L
ibri Sir Janms Sauawaea Burt. andl C. B. to Exlract of a kiturr from d Hague.dated the 4th int.- J
& _wi. Wams, of the island of Guerney. i" The King having received a deputation from AmUer- .
t Sai dtat die Marquis of Stafford, tim Marquis of! laul, oltreaing hiin to Inlour te town with his prIunce, P RT O M-.
mgl,4us asad the Marquis of Anglusy, are to be created is preparing to pass oalme days thero with tiu wihol of thie
.' -a royna lainil). Tho Duke of Sale Weinmar, Lieutenant
I a been runiaurked as singular, that Hal time Omenmlmr Ge(neral in tie ariny of the Nutherlands, having aid to ARRIVED,
i 'eIm govnveniiit, lnelmliiers of time lloum ofu Com- Sir rIobert Adair, tim British ambassador in Belgium, that Nov. lOh1-Schr. Blousom, lludson, New Trk
m ai, abnwuutd liuIaselves froini the curuonaion of their he blushedi at having tihe Kilng of England for hl; brother- Corn, Flour, Butter, Cheeas, Postatu
in-hiiw, Lord Grey han taken the matter up seriouody, and and Apples,
has, it is said, demanded satisfaction from the Cabinet of to JosaEP TI r soo
the ilirlue, which however replied that it cannot interfere 1lth Farmera' Delight, Cooke, Cuba
Sill f'ily affairs. usidies this the Duke has received as his Fustic, and Tobacco,
T -Ashire orlfI the reward, for the short camnmaign in Belgitini, to Joun Tuowol & Co.
S-__ ...... ..--- a m-a,.inificellt sword enriched with dianlmond. The Prince
btTUIIOA NOVE.MB'R 1, tl31. of Oraumie, hashired a large nansio at Tilbourg, and up- CLEARED,
S.ars Io lve tihe iLntentlion of passing the untlumn there, Irv. I0th-Sloop Frank, Bartlett, Matamsa
mi- will, it is Said, Ieccive at the table the officers of tile Jane, Crisoan, Turks labds
Tima scthoolmir Ilu.nom, captain n ill Iluson, asevmn days arnly aliicll is quartered in tlhe environs of lte town. Thic Ilh Coreo, Balfuur, Ditto
frmai New mi k, lh:l broughll our regoulr files of pa per, oaitan.izatin ofl'ite reserves audotlherilitarv preparations
froms tat city, to tile 2dl ilnstallt, tile dlay on wlmichl slh atr still going mi,,anld w have here in Ilullnd little con- SAILED,
containing' Lnmdil n 11dlil In the 2(ith of September, idrle' inl tie uriatioul o pearce. Nov. 10tOh- p. Polacre Union, Calada, Cuba
rr i e. I Il, T,, I, atrs ofilr Mu'alial Gerard were expected on .O N. achr. Speedwell, LL Wrn Cre
-id, a r lll am cumtt of' the Coro nation of H11 M ,lajet l thi Wll at Mmlaburge, in the en virons lf iicl town It H. M. schr. Speedwell, LL. WaSh irL D. C
WiiUiam IV. .and hli consort Queen Adelsidel, oil thall M il, tlere uill lie 1;rnled l caa cniiofbaetwen M,(K)0an d 20,tK) II. M. achr. Ka o, Lt Hooey DO
w icdi beinil a natioIal ceremoIy, we give it leIL.Ili. The nmien. lThe grinat park of artillery has returned to France, K goo L Ho o.
Reforl ll 811 lp .d im tl tird reading in lthi looue ol sil was ordered to Duaiyt PASSENGERS ARRIVED
HCluna iIlOR nv, tile 19r11 of i, 1.| R_ h1rxtract luprl ofTu privr Itrr-Tl Belgian government PASENOERB ARRIVED.
C(mmsiml. nm Mnmloy, tle 1t9thl of ti mUtaler, h. a m- hlas replied to the notification of lhe 35th Protocol with In the schooner Blonom, from New York :-Joh
jurity of 51T. Imi ouimr first ani last Ilages, will lie filunld gerat, and frankly declared to time Conferencle that SStorr, Esquire, Lady and lMis Aleauader.
extracts frtom the latest European dates; amonmmt i lwhill i 1 if Kii \\d liant res'unetd hostilities on the 10th of October,
thelrail if Wartaw to I1ussian despotism, liiirtminit a ia-irt : ;is lhmi'luli hal not hld time to organize an army, King
rmndil. s ce ne. It is stated thate Belrian (I;Gove(nlmnt nl Lo|luldl would have recourse to ti French army, which
aresimn in m.mii irt i thn irittmiof tn mm i whimilml no doubt, hasten to the assistance ol'he delc fenceless
Sanxi.niy the l.rt .in the rmllniti, of imn arn. wch -Lenioplld knows well that lie is lnouting to ex-
is to be ofllilrred, il the first instance, by several Generals p ct filro the British government, and that his policy leads
amid three I.:I.drod offircrs from France. hlim toi seek a clos alliance with France. The Protocol
SN. 5.3 lha caused a great bustle among tll whole diplu-
4 L.hmmn now Ianr over thle face of ElFrop1t, and tlle in"tic body. BY HENRY GREENSLADE & CO.
kiiIgiliiIms of nimnny a crIouchine i monarch will rue tile THIlE REGATTA CLUB.
aiccmq of lthe giant of the north in eferlting tllme downfall On Monday, tile 7th of November, two Prizea-one of On Mondao y fesl, tal 14th iame. ,
to the Polishl capital-in our opinion, tlle last hope of .'iU, fir tile first boat, andone of $10 fordee econd-were AT THr VINDUD aonla
thua ill-faulle and upprssed Poland, in tile days contended fur by time following boats: At 10 O' W lQh .
of her prusperilyv, .lt.l as a bulwark against the encroach- IChlronuonihotolohologos, owned by Mr. J. C. Lees. Will be
Water \VnWoach, Mr. W. V. Munninm. Superfine Flour, in Iamrels,
meuts of tie infidel horde, that threatelmd to overrun Wsball ,ru, Lieut. Luke. Rice in bags,
Enrop. and to spread .devastation and blood on tile more ir. Mr. Atwell. Buter, in sll k
civiliad nilions, that Ihave thus ingloriously belheld time Tlie tirst IP ire was won by Chrononhotonthologos; tile Mackerel, in bna ,
sunoles of despair anti hope, of this once formidablale second, by Fire Fly. Lumber and Shingles,
power. 'TIe nmlotto of Russia i-extermination and ex- On Thorlrilay, tihe 10th of November, the Prizes for the A quantity of Sole and upper Lather,
esided rul ;" her might is undisputed. lHer acts hnve Ist, 3d anld 4thl Classes, wore comtendod for. In the lst ALSO--
elicieda feeliig0 ofi jealousy fiuio tile crowned heads; and Class were, one Prime of O and one of W20. Sundry articles of louashoMt Fonntre, vs.
e r t advance et an Water Witch, Mr. W. V. Munning Sideboard, set Drawer, Bdaled, ofa,
madiheyfiar tio advance Ileir slnilhll, antl put an Slmhltern, Lieut. Luke. Shades, Glass and Crckery-warw,
er ui the war, Iaving lor irs object, the annihilation of Heil Rolver, Capt. Mr Pherson. With a variety of other articles.
tIbac of Koslci:aKO. Even Naloleon, that once 1lio- Fire Fly, Mr. Atwell. Terms--CASH on delivery.
rising Despot of Europe, would not hl;ve bIalhel uncon- 'rim Ist Prize was won by Red Rover; the 2d, by Inlmediately afterwards, at the Stors of John Stor, Eq.
aand such a violation of national right ; lthe banks of Subaltern. At three moalh's redit,
the Viula would have blazed witllh de arnioes of France, I" t'he : Class, two Pries--one of 35 for the Ist 50 barrels very superior Sugar,
a Poland would Iave found, in him, the defender of boat, amd one of $7 for die 2d. November 12th.
Desidenuima, Mr. George Wood.
her gh Lancashire Witch, Mr. W. T. Preston. BY JOHNSON & SAUNDERS.
Enoai like that which now exists in Europe, induced Black Rover, Mr. George Compljuohn.
he hell-born Catma ine of Russia, to wageL tihe disgraceful TIe 1st I'rie was won by Desdemtona, the 2d by (n Mmlay nret, the 14th instt.
wr which she did, in til eighteelnth century ; and it was Black Rover. AT THE TENDUR, HotE E,
dthe fble and corrupt monarch of Poland who paralysed In the 4th Class, two Prizes-one of $25 for die first At 10 O'l00 .
the Plish armies, and spread disaffectrlion and disunion in bIat, anti one of 45 for die second. Will be Sold,
hn r.ks,-wli .her ,aud Black Rover, Mr. George Camplejohn. Fresh Superfine Flour. in barrels,
ter nk,-whilst liberty drooped her head, aud despotic Muliet, Mir. Bethel. Apples and Potatoes, in ditto,
asay immolated the last vestiges of their ancient rights. Lancashliro Witch, Mr. Preston. Rice and Corn, in bags,
The reign Kifuence which now enibraces in its folds tie Tie Ist Prize was won by Mullet; the second, by Crackers, in half barrels and kes,
feelia of the politicians of the kingdoms which grace Black Rover. Butter, Lard, and Cheese,
Ewope, s, in those days of yore, also at work, and laidi 10 boxes superior Candles,
deep he in contet with Catharine, and won many 1in A- ,T ( r Q 521 haIf bdr es aofFi ns,
of tihe eas of Poland to acts which have disgraced their 1 keg Currants,
Mueu, and partially reduced their descendants in time 07- Err on abot to leo e these Islanl, after I1 do. Almonds,
y of Europ. caring resided thereinfor the space ofJTIiliT DAYS, IU I case Fancy Soap,
Mave in themselves, and generous in tie extreme, tey gire cscurityal the Secretlry'sOfcce, or put upahinsam in 4 doen handsome Chairs,
Wly wanted, as a present, the friendslnp of nations, to said Ojcefmrrr.n s DA preview to hisd. eprtare- f- 4 trausses freh ay,
t,.ou ". ter whiht, at nny time dong rowTr-rivl DAYSI, a Ticket I Milre l -o'\ CII rockery, ic. lk.
inspire them in the great case of gunman rights. It can- r wir, at ny tim duri romv-rl a l T e Cr--cr,
at mow be said, that the numnler of Poliih nobles is thle "Iay be obtained. November 12~l h.
aw of their ill-fortune, anti thllte sceies of' internal I arI 'T TO OmnTIS TtICaKTs rlt ntarANTr. la
d"ion. Austri .,anI Pruni.i, thlouh thi,,y iprofi .s tU-i ~.1 Jll - M ln.-.l .Arn LANST NOT'ICE.
ImI1h Serl,..ndler. - $ olhe (',n IIE 'IfiBKI{ rl bu t m tl l
Iraay, are thru ing tihei assitae into thie sale si of tie t ; I er. - 1- 3i h IJ.'la rn 3 E Sl SCRIlE lBl nsE bo about o e lea the I-
AoMrt, and rendering abortive tlloe victories lhicih cial- Anthony olc. land, requess all persons heviti doead agit
Sales in the. history of the world. ... ..('apiaii Il. illm, t forward their accounts without delay ; "I ad th
Stllelt in the history of the world. l .h -crer, - -- Elen.or A. Ran om. indelte, to him, will pleas make payment, or here
By thl time, either the decisive allow has been struck, I-ih Ch WEarlherfori.. thu 31kh instant, otherwise their accome wi be a ced
Sthe diome and famine, which follow in lthe train of t7th J. F. Fountayne. in the hands of an Auorney.
Ssvage conquerors, have prostrated, or ruined, the alth ISa nl Kerr m rTHOMA TURNBULL.
m 21.1 Jlin Bapt iste. November 1st.
It hinh-place of patriots; or Poland rises in splendour 7th November - Jae Collins. ___
Sthe aorth--a nimtnument of the bravery of her sons. '9h lThonma Turnibll. FOR NALE
It, Wood, her fate is slealtd and she falls to ris no nicare,
,h r is sea nshe fals to rise no ore' CHRINT CHURlCH PARI H. The Host and Premisu a pw pied
i gllorious, and will excite the sympatlly ol all ci- I by Mnr. Poitier. ThU Hles i roy sad
vl atl ions Poland's subjugation is but tlie prelude Js va 98 ar ,j convenient, with lage lKithehm ad bem
bm *er conquests, anid the Russian Bear will range, un- WING fixt theaize of un.a an the alte Onfl attached, chair home and masAr dm
Qrlllad, over the continent. H ,r mrrl l sup'rne Fismr, Ordered, ti a the etn sie yard and ireie. & Th-
hiilline ILoaf do wil, Sibs. Oi.. and the sipennv LoaI ha'e been lately thomughly repaired, a asth part
. 11I -. 4o.. B order "O t"i V'larvy. of the fences lIvo been "a mt pt up.
Tss ld,.aed Salt is quoted iii ,he Nar York Courier and I)\IUVID SI'ENC, estry Clerk. n.itnd L S.
q.r, tlhe Its instant, at a cents per bushel. .rRv. TRonM v 11 Nvember, 11. A tract of Lan ted at t
._... ....__.. ......r_____ acres. It is dividhl by the ville-roead Si u L ea, he
S 'W'tip-Ga(ignanai's Messen er of Septemher 12, NOTICE. western lot being interm.d l the n~a i duil f6m
led a nf PorI.tL- I- -. hE sIBSC(RIIER has on hand about 200 dot. the village into the Blue him d. lttlld wb lledia-
i i n contains two or three items of intl- of .;rior London Brown Stout, which lhe offers posedd nfin one or three lots. A yto
A in editionn to previous advices:- lw ,O h. J IN W. MILLER.
Acurdinlg t letters front Warsaw, due Polils Minister JOHN G. MEADOWS. September 7th.

p^.inn". wa
MANCE al samI 'lHnse DOfel t inla chedu,, A.
slJ question 0( Frc Pseraem# assa I- ~ e authority ld6 the late destructive re in
I: aimesof d J urena ee depra s a m a she, COfin qeirter of Cmestll p is spated to have
Sghaasi aso ni a msma. o Nt .wh ud 'ror i qucinr.-- -
b rey don s d im base b ti w k of Turkish icearie a- 10.
iong. PerImp ts y sia that tmeir saesing would o et Dulauma, Sept 10lo
tibd s i shr h toa aunaber o ass waho baeh sallie from
ofTdtrySctia this season, as
This in s opic of debal e iL h Clhamber of Greesck for Muntreal val S mB m ein a u.
Desrpiis durall the week, m.nte ba one ea u ies t of aul is -: Montreal, 10; Pictou, I43-o u, 2792.
as Lia, do ame of do well-kown biograpbper o Total last year, 1191. lease iis seasonYr ir
su..te, so raer e L o Pra ident of lsh Council a p-i ti601. Tim emigration to New York has fallen ol. The
tin far tan.-porting the remains of de Emaperur (under first eleven ueseas ilss year took out 19U; t st ele-
famewr i Eagl ) frna St. Ielenr so Pori. It ha venil t year 118 i
Iue. meeu m ended by de Committ e on the ptitina, that
the Chetr m uld pm do e order of the day, on the CASE OF THE SPANIARD MINA.
ground dtt hoeaus suficinat had alredy -imn paid to bhe
'ewmary of Napolaon both by th nation mial by the King. Rcprtedfor Ie PAhiund4hka &srday Bulletin.
Lua Cams red a spaetch in su oa of hi motion, acm- Tim death of Mr. William Chapman, of Andalusia,
Tm by his father, who wasu s, aiod cud ut atted.- Bucks, ha excited an extraordinary degree of interest in
aheonly oU er seakerf iman T le s wermly s ppoted s the public mind, and among the crow of contradictory
wau minerall La nrque. The speeches agmsnt ahe mea- sa ennts which have boen so eitensivoly circulated, it is
o whitontmionad msmein hery tronl. Oa ne tmher maey di fcul to arrive at the real fcts of the case. Andalusia
far Napttlonl W t tey G ghspersed o b ao e national s o about fourteen miles from Philadelphi, and lies directly
of Naeinem Ie pe W it i e bayan vi t dped the national n the Turnpike between this city and Bristol. To this
tprrnty elte ar shes p e-r d he desyonet--o if cd toe ll spot Mr. Chapman had retired, after having been employ.
jptrey f n sl M nisM-.Frread war into all quarts of the d in this city asu cuer of stummering, in which occups-
wjurod.lo m l kinuas erriyw.we--- a ito his throne by thioa it i understood he accumulated a considerable sut of
an esrtd-s o deipotln l' General Bertrand id he did money, which, added to hi previous gins, was enough to
t think there was Bandy dangr to e appr he died mfrom bim comfortable forlife. In the montlI of May last,
et think lanre wbael ny n ld; but hde leolppr heMen the Spaoiard Min was dlishrged front the prison of the
tdm ew app j o besnjt Ths remark ai d e aMin r city and county of Plhiladelphi, having served out his sn.-
In m res be ; sad il muk nwas rejected tenc for larceny. He lmmediasely got on board one of
pby aclamnaiona. h rthe steam-boats bound up the river, intending to go to
A number of pestn penyi.g tht Fna woald m- New-York, but when about half way to Bristol, it was dis-
gasis elm oati ality of Plsand, hohave b a. fered to covered that he had no money to pay his passage, having
e Prasld u sie of Cunclgton on board, no doubt, without any intention of paying.
Tie oeser of the Legon ofd Hooer, appointed dur- The fellow was foritwith put 6 shore near Andalusia,
lag m m Haied Days, are Ltohen i He d too mppoied d:ur (which is about one or two miles from the river,) and he
it ty will not recaiva smay resru of pension. soon found his way to the hospitable mansion of Mr. Chap-
man. With insinuating address, and a plausible story of
d BELGIUM, his misfortunes-misfortunes rendered tenlold more acute
T King of Belgum opened hih br Parliamnt on the in having toppled him, as healleged, from the high estate to
same l y on whide hi Serinmou brother of England was which his birth nod parentage had connected him-he ob-
crowned. Lap tpld mi' by the people and the tainted, unfortunately, a place in that gentleman's confi-
NealeM wu endomlimt lc. Ne = n r did he appear as the denee, which it is too much eared has resulted in his de-
dar of the palace, than sh b of the mitude ussem- struction. In June las, Mr. Chapman was suddenly taken
blekd o item. his prore h im, nad their cries ill and died, and was buried without any particular so pi-
of" Lefn live the K "' S nreped by die whole of cions being excited a to the cause of his dissolution.
khe Depulism whe he ientere Chaamber. The speech Among the first may be mentioned the following-a ped-
dlivered on 'ad L wisoin, aniesnces thm negotiations Iar, travelling in the neighbourhood with his pack, stopped
wrr, cmmnenicd for the purpuu of dfinitively arranging late in the afternoon at Mr. Chapman's house, and dis-
tIe duspues between Brigium and Illlland. It adverts I played his goods for the inspection of dUe family, who ea-
thel pr.anend donuiian of the fortresses Itattribues the pressed a desire to purchea : I !tid so luvo, that when
cuduct of ther Bd ec ne y to its ante of discipline and the examination of the bis was concluded, he was io-
imperfect organiseos; aid alludes w e becoming gre- vited to remain and take a bed, which he did without any
triid to the pronmml and fective aid given by France on unitation. In the morning le started of on his journey
de, iacjasin ef the la invasion. Te speech wa ex- before breakfast, not knowing that Mr. Chapman had died
Iremely well revived. during tie night, as he was o without distu bing the fami-
Tit rumour of a nolon betwe Leopold and ne of the ly. He halted at a neighboring tvern for breakfast,
daughters if Louis Philipps h kben revived. deeply affected with the extraordinary doings he had been
The Belgians are buiily emoiyed in organiing a force ear witoem to the preceding night So firmly did he seem
tu guard the fromatim: I is teo emia of forty thlousad impressed with the belief tut all wa not right, that b-
men; he grter pan of rwhms will be tatioaed at Diest, fore he left he tavern, be told the landlord he believed
To hnos, and Tanleut. there had been mfelplyst the house in which he lodged,"
In the mean time, the advances on the pan of the Duth desiring him, in cae any investigation should be had, to
towards a saisfctnoy midement, sen to be made with end for him as a witness, a he thought he should be able
even tofi these prn1erbill ilownm of the nation, o make oath, to some extraordinary circumstances, such
'FlseS which had been cut in the neighbourhood o as he would decline doing unless in the capacity of a
Antwrp, remain paired, to the rain of hundreds, wite; he according left his name and address, and
whose lands nd hbassm a r immernd in wars thus lo coined his journey. As he did not enter intoay par-
is upes the; and every thing indicats a determination, ticula, no greet attention was paid to his narrative at the
if not so renew the urnk, as kml to refuse as long as po- ime. Mr. Chapanu u buried, Mina following him to
sib II rlress of the injuries it hi occasied. The the grave, telling his eldest daughter, a girl of thirteen
Buias are now the e f he te wo disputants. that he would be a father to her.
O enral [Dine, the Belgian Genaal, u published a e time sftr ti, Mine proceeded to New Yorl
vindication of his conodit. It. astribsua his r1eet to whh Mrs. Chapm an, where, u has slae been ascertined
thl mi Tnduct of n ofcer whom he tA at Hamh, with they were married by Bishop Onderdonk, on the mintl
amder to remain there fur mome rme, het where m way the day iter he death Mr. Chapmua. The marriage w
Immune thie the General h an hi marrh. kept aret, nor was it known t all, until the perserin
The Freach fores aren pidly wlde awing within their eforts of Mr. RIney, e of our high constables, ferrette
own territory. Int week or two, the will aot be a sio- out he eitnordisory ytery which for while e.elopo
gl dier of Fames i elm. the whole of this foul tranaction. At New York toe
RUSSIA. separated, Mrn. C. proceeding to Albeay with her elders
Letters received from St Petene urr, of the 2lt of daughter, whec tdey returned to Andaomi, while Mina
a A s. oalivd sy n, te that a dreadful tor from t the went to Baltimore and Washington. In the former place
sulses-wedas ld is at d mt r 8t. Polde ag, and a prml he disposed of a laqr amou t of Jewellery, Mr. C'
f th-eo a is ade; bu ihe warrehoa aneD a pt. lhrnm ses d carried, and by a course of extravagance it
CNm hom nped, heombeing damar d. Mny "hip perlec Leeping with hi groner l character, he soon di
eridd e. T re only elen aik d d e pYd thep proceeds. In a @este of complete destitution
n Ta-dw dame d ed thri df t he went to Washington, where he succeeded in deludin
Re per Nichi hoas md two ikaem,--eae for several respectable geademen into dte belief that he w
S e Of troops, theis other rei setwio g aek,- hr sthe son of Geierel Mine, d hat he had lost his pocket
T i wlevy a tit, the ode out of ea cyg e wLn. book containing $W50, a los which left him totally des
drTd abitan, the e a rd oi evnry pive cae titu. He even wen so for as to advertise i in the Na
Them i of WileW Om o, nvewalehe bich ional Intelligencer, o tering a reward for its recovery, t
runsshs amt r ms imltel kiow a Lithuani, whisk e aigad his ame in full. Much sympathy wa
Padim-- d sh Ukrim, aeu -ea Thes lies, exchid by the story a hi ditres, and several gele
ke Muag'r dis CA es k eesa, am oW he ad advaed oim am snty ad shirtydollars eac
im* h0i k wit F s Emp omi ric o to imps m light on the faith tf reperntations made by him, that be wol
t&s. reah mid o t e ed Gss o r i ir fund the amount hamedisly oa returning to Baltimor
S.e Th- m mad toe (l tho (l nd Am whe e, as I a ged ha b ld left large sum in eas
nen (anm-eMte l mI N in nt far ty orl, He na c dingly set A or Batimor, and the poer i
fr4 If a oad happen i i s ear esatb yr Wahigto waited patiedly seral days, but no remit
dbm, m, of ee Irrhse m of them a s ctm from Mi. One of diem, whom ae w
iaC. o@secnw skI refm a. the r r i. ahetr meatining, becoming jlo of Mina's honest
ai m wA7hlm bhan dmmdlsmrs tetms ai l. ~a to t0he Wasingteo poat od, nd took ot a itte
wn* ch.kl l h daJ d m s- e men bl d m l r ise 0 openim it hi suspicious were cs
uthntheis d-la i iMe hL ey a mreas fir med.-I was l e ter froe Mr. Chapman, writte
e u d which tay em etfr Analoni: In it dhe reached Mina in mvysrio
SnTURKEYaas, as to te death of her hmband. at the me tim
TURKEY. lavi hi g ll in le 'or e e ona of the l n pldiooal
We leor by tlhe .llrmari t rits1, shlt the ulta. tchmlnm, coajoidl him to return to her, though, al

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Aid, she e I.w a e s
noted buW s to e. Not a w eod w ad Zo
marriage. This letter immediately frsaj
oe r ac ~ilt h atmble, and h, e ,
nloea glimmerhg oa a dark deed as aso '
ws ever perpetrated. The loner wu laaimu
sitted to dle Recorder of tie city, who recmo
Mine aholdl he arrested without delay. Mr. IS
he Recorder proceeded to Andlmis, and had as k
rith Mrs. Chapman. She denied having bean ,
y Mine, but on being told by the Recorder, that li
o the contrary, she seemed dreadfully agitit
acknowledged that she had isee to nhim ei
articles which the Recorder Ia aid he tknashe hs i
dwindled of. They left Mrs. Chapman without a
arily alarming her, and in a day or two after las
intercepted by the police, addressed to her by Mi,
gaining a forged draft. After being carefully sald
le letter was again put in the post office, and rechdk
C. it Andalusia, in regular cuure of nail. Sheaima
discovered tlat it had been opened ; and alarmed eI
langer which impended over her, for it was evideat
ll her mos secret movements were watched and kaws
iome mysterious and hostile power, she came to Philu|
expecting tle deeds of her late lisband's pipio
ndalusia, amounting to about $8,000, and asked f
ice from the Recorder; she acknowledged her
rith Mina, produced the marriage certificate, and ei
ed extreme anxiety that her property should be a
o her five children, the children ofher late huhsad. %
intelligence of her marriage with Mina convinrad
Blaney tllat he was a scoundrel of no ordinary dye, I
Mr. B. then stated that to his certain knowledge, Mils i
at tat t moment another wife living in Washington. Im
C. was unfortunately permitted to go home to Aoade
whilher Mr. Bleney proceeded in three or four dayi,
found that Mina lad returned, and set offgain for Ia
only the day before; chase was instantly gives, adl l
accomplished swindler was arrested in Buoto. WRi
taken, he wa preparing to attend a ball given by a as
chant in high standing tiare, to which nearly an hiti
Isdies of the first families had been invited. M l .
dtem was lying near him, consisting of a hat in whbi i
msrich lfeatlen were fastened by a braid of briltin,
splendid dream after the Spanish fashion, gold epedah
e. Instead of favouring the beauties of Bostna witi
presence, he wa incarcerated in a prison. His armi
Boson, m tlat precise time, was singularly fortunat:a
by means of forged letters of credit, he had made armp
mens to receive #9,000 in cash, from a mercantile ih
there, the next morning, the whole of which, it my h
readily presumed, would have been a total los. Wilah
subsequent transfer to tle authorities of Duylistowua,t
county-town for Bucks: his impudent denial dofi
identity, &c. the public are already sufficienlly acqiled
Mina is now about twenty five-years of age, |k
some persons state that he is only twenty one. On o (i,
however is certain : that he i too young in yees tfos
old in crime.
The deceased Chapman was a native of Buckiilb-
shire, England, and was fifty-three years old at the tr
of his death. He was married in August, 1818, ,ad Ia
children are de offspring. His wife's maiden iema
Lucietis Winslow, a native of Brewster, Masmchama
or its neighbourhood. She says her age is forty-hIm
yearn. She resided in this city a considerable time Isr
oal to her marriage, and kept a suspicious boarding ha
in Pine-street near Front, which, fron the hmeagesm
character of its inmates, frequently attracted the we
ful regards of the police. On one occasion they suIrrm
cd the house, and succeeded in arresting a gang of coal-
(eiters, who were at he thee concealed in it, amdl
whom were convicted and sentenced to the peilestia.
Mrs. Chapman has a brother now in the MaNsacbu
state prison for forgery and counterfeiting. She is rtp
rented as being a woman of violent passion, and as amill
caused her husband to live a most unhappy life, Iat i
fierce and creel disposition she evinced not only a bi
but to numeroa their inatei of the hose. She Ihemme
ed will her eldest daughter immediately after Mr. BisJ'l
second visit to Andalusia, and has not since been ake.
While the officer were in puruit of Mina, the body d
the deceased was diintetre4 by direction of the aw*
ritis of lcks, for the purpose of examining the ce a
of the stomach. Hin elhuamtion look place nearly te
months after his decease, and to the surprise of all
were present, the body exhibited not the slightest appar
nnce of having nindergne ay change whatever. Tt
features were calm and natural, ead were insastly rear
nised by all who had knmwn them, during life. The o
meth was taken out, and its contents brought to P i'
phin for the purpose of acrtainin whether poise
been administered to the demaed. The ezminatiUon
not yet been brought to acloea,and the physiciasso 0o
thit responsible duty has been assigned, are y mpmnp
d to my, positively, wether arsenic foed peari
the cootent of the stomach.-Experientsae a i pr
great, consising of small quantities heing introdated i
the stomachs of various subjects, to aist, by anale L t
final opinion of the examining physician. As the appr'"
ances pro adue in the sommb of snm inilividul whe
dind from arMenic, are similar those which other i'
se leave behind them, an exniastion of this kOdesa
not be conducted with too mach accuracy. A full rept
of the whole will be given on the trial in Decrmbw e
of which the Teade of this paper wil be fully ap
at an early day. In the meanite, we forbear rert
to the poiive smetions covering the purchase of au
ic at Briol by Min, his administering it to the demeea
in a bowl of aou &c. as the whole will maoo he dr
loped in court. For the present it wil be nlricnal r as
that the evidence already obtained, i by no mean fawr
aUe the prisoner.

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