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: January 28, 1832
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00096304
Volume ID: VID00056
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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3Uw DIGON. Ed"ou5
W il-nu-sLL T NASSAU, X. P.
begoillsern pr advagame.


II mcdlt lays when man wu unsage yet,
Coastl od Jaro is jidom never met.
aJs Inal laids their peasanry did try,
r loMd Ithe imam for, or reao why :
eoB gh for them. poor, degraded mule. to know.
if heir ruler willed it, to dungeons they must go.
oiier King, nor Prince, nor Justice inlerfered,
hey were supreme--hey paramount appeared.
This snte of things journeyed on for ages,
S hliory els-look at iLmacrJe pages.
ThaI bhfold the subject iro oppreued,
Thee behold whole uilies disressed ;
DisaliU l by ptty tyrants, mea buely born,
Depned in morals, of virtnuoM mdoar shrn .
Fit only for the public ere.
Aspiri d s then mt with erilagishn lave
WhIoe clofely the tracks of former kh as.
Ge igumnw au Ist wa si fied ;
An d usrelpomp by lanes were ratified.
W the p like Noah's dove, appeared.
And helllht. superstilin diappered ;
ThIem bwlms o more like so infant tree.
Ba knwi| idlalf, no longer beat the knee. O.
I* dem 1e forget me go wander where those will.
hl d ap the wes'er helm, or on the ubre's hill:
ir: Is-tl free! o'er Ind lid ee. ao rush to danger's brink '


V91oi somueXy ILVL

ag, csemr not fly from thought! thy cons will be'- M. G. 0. ,, 13 a
ka His Excellency dhe Captain-General has received infor- From ts Corwall Chronicl, of. Dreseer 24.
emr me m remember all-my long enduring love. matllm from the Magistralts of St. James and Tre- ST. JAMES'S.
liL'd lhself to perfidy; the vulture and Ihe dove luwny that the Slaves on certain properties in the pa- We were politely favoured with the prusal of a letter
mb rin thy tamolt need. I never once did shrink. ridr, luve manifested a spirit of :subordination, and in from a leNectulable individual in this paith, in which it
ludg to thee confidingly ; thy curse shall be-o think mme inotancs proceeded to acts io mi ral., which bhve was stated, that the people on several tat had doeor-
i Ie that thought will render thee a htslard in the fight excited lis Eucellency's highest displessure, and have en- mined to strike off work. On the 28th inst. a cmmpny of
t ght. when thou aret nenapes.tost wult fall in the with posed them to the utmost rigour of the law. the 22d Regiment were qarered at Adelphi estate. York
anghit: His Excellency, however, trn thai His Majeay's moat work, on de borders of Trelwny, have haeen am.-It
kome wild dungeon myst dtom lie. and. couaing each cold gracius Proclamation will remove a aarroao impree- bhs been discovered thad a sgre Pnfeacr w- tAi
a .k sons, which may heve been received, and tat they will Ased /of te Asi pled! One of the ringledes, at
Wl t- hea to a irtiy, thy cume shll be-o think render themselves objects of the merciful consideration of Spring Garden, has bon taken, but the Precher an not
i .the me bLquh h younger lidene ble the Crown, by an ienant return to dteir form habits of Len secured. The whole of the Militia worcm4erarm,
Itardmsolldl make thIlareendure deepergoml obedience and duty. and business of every kind completely au a sad.
mesh shalhl trlfealireep to poison whileyou drink His Excellency, however, is determined to employ a On Friday se'nmight as we statd ia or h, a podtie
atils l smile are on thy csaek, thy curse will be-lw military fre apgaiat tdie who may be guilty of acts of of the St. Jam' Regimn were called out apon duty to
i sk! violence or outrage, which all their endeavour will be to- suppress inubordination on the par of mm of de me-
m! (as e e-hope k or Whea minutes toI- tally unable to rsis. For this purpose, hi Esc-'lncy groI, belongingag to Saltspring estte, in isprigh. I
ni ai -h pe I t mi h --te lne h has requested the Major-Geneual commanding to proceed appear, from what has transpired of this amlir, thet de
Sly 'other deys a w ll t ie ee they sing ; to Muter-By, with a strong reinforcement of Troop, inubordiMntioa was commenced by the direction df a
ds I esm love will make hy toward conscience shrine and His Ea ency delegates to Sir Willoughby Cotton male in the act of thievng a bodle of aum flom di
lrM a will have in lleg-thy curse will be-to think! all Military Authrity be coud ercie were he per- mill yard, who being ordered to be Pni hed was l fd-
St shall eat he! I'll nt oh i thy s. sonally prweuoL ad, or attempted to be reached by her had, who
tho'nL i m rloca L that veein the i His xcellncy directs, all Major-Generls of Milklia thdatened the life of any On thA DU attemp to in-
dmi for aid. my eenrml mi hll hatm efm commanding districts, and, in pi ce not subject to the et punishment upon her. wa fowed up by a
I command of Major-Oenerks, al Officers commanding ihlar conduct in the boilint-hol Their the -
temh waket in wild disy. thy cmer will be-o Regimet of Hse aed Feat, to eder themnelves n. struck ff work, and re ed to take of the skip, ad
-"t der the command of arjor-Ge ael Sir Willeghby Co thereby detariorntd the produce.-Sees der t i rom
ton, and to obey all hi orders wih neal and alacrity, an information heing le, two ceaansbles were a- t
AJ th -mic teJal OGa te, Daecmr 31. Captain of Forts, where deposd of fied ammunition bring down the oeaders to te Court of Peli T
Conl s aiey was mnifi nd in this Ciky po are established, will stled to nay requisition the Major- constables went accordingly I erve their warrat, bat
H e rrinT d Pat on Thersay, and appf e. General my make. met with a very rough reception, a o zf dhe im been
sertained mapecint dt Pari o"f S. EDW. T. GUT, A Ount Ga l. mtlykilld, sad isrms nm rm him- Ihe mn-
d Trelawny, couled withel clrceanace ofr AN ACT FOR SETTLING THE MILITIA OF cape Alr i thie Magistrat thog it amm y7 t
the Ki son Troos of Har heig he JAMAICA. sod t a puty of the Mi, who arrind ate Ia
a the Coert-Htie io tis City, anti. M utse I Tabmo rout seven o'lck indthe evening, wheo di em who
mod om do E1 of Wedla CAROLI 11.d retrd to heir duty fad im*tuody. an sla
I k i the Corwal Curier of Chaiu VII-Aad be i further eascnd by the uth of the In te em of a d w A me-
w ich ilblrmain amw atpoq paeio yafnrqmi. That up "r~r appeerem-n, ned app a-OdJlr in *Le
I no caculaed to alley dt lerw of no of uy public dnat or nloom, the CoMa d iscad do de aa ld .M *a Me gi-
id, and tended to csrm ed b lief of eri- Chief do fonhith oi a Concil of War, udl with their tr""e n w*o s te deeriadtin of e ,in rward
*re in thoe parishen.-8 tce th re we ar. advice and comment, cause and command the Artices of teir app sioa expressed in the following il:
tb shore dit communicuaioau have be reo ived War to be proclaimed at Por Royal and St Jego de l Oice of Police, Monateo-Ba,.
onq eleomcy tie Governor, which were of such a Vega, from which mid pobliicat e dManlal Law i* to be Dec. 19, i31.
t. i i c him to call Counil of War, which in force; hthatnea it shall ad y be for the sid Com- 2950 DOLLARS REWARD I
L at the Kig's Ilume yesterday at 12 o'clock,and mender in Chief to command the person of any of his WHEREAS, certU N mg hleti o Sm prleg
d their deliberation was the impuingof Martial Majesty's liege people, as al their negroes, horse, and Eat i this Parish, namly :-David Bom, Jaaes
1bo t the island, and tim ame was accordingly catle, for all such service as my be for the public de- Ab, Wiliamm Johnson, Jam Fraser, Thomm .L Ber-
by heat of drum immediately on die breaking fence, and to pull down homes, ct down timber, command ld. have, after turbulent and disorder conduct, aeels-
n Co 'cil, and the Gllowing general orders re ships and bests, and generally to act and do, with all fall ad temelvs from die popey,
ha Ith Commanding Officers of the different die. powr and authority, all uch thigp he and i smid Coun- NOTICE ISHEREBY GIVEN,
l g I cil of War dhll think eceary and exipuit for Ilia That the Magistra ofer a Reward of Thirty Dollar
SG. O. Maj ety' service and defence of this islad. d the p etor of the Etate, a further Rovwar of
Had Quarter, December a0, 1881. Provided always, and it is the true ienent and meaning Twnty on each, for the apprehension, ad bringing
L w was this day proclaimed in Spanish-Ton, of this Act, that, as moo a the Common Law review the dbove slaes to iea Police-Oic.
Capo4ni-OGenerl is unwilling to employ greater and is in force, the sid negroe, servants, catde, ahips, or The guard at Salspring was eC timand e tolymi dy,
i"es B is necesrrvy, to rrpres the diaturtances boatsso employed maforesid.bhe imanedidelyddiscarged: when mb Magistrante dougl it mmmry ao witLdm
J. aid Trelawny, His Ecellency doe not And to the end it may be certainly known whe the Mar- dimb. We tru they wil now take warmlg, e are
Upent rineceary to rail for the Prvices of the lial Law cease h, and the Common Law taeth place perfectly uemred that the vilncedf t Magiracy nad
& t. Catherine, Port-lRoyl, St. Andrew, Man- It is hereby declared, That upon lodging the colours de prompme of the Milita sides the sppert of the
v jee, St. John and -t. Dorothy's, St. Thomas and discharging he soldiers from their arma, the Martil regular, who are ow in the Barracks, w Lemms ly
iL rS. Thonms in Ih,- E. l end SI. David, Port- Law ceaeh, and the Common Law revives and taketh spprom ny future attemp o inibordisaie. We
G le.alerge, ,nd -l. Mar\a's Hreginiments; but tim place: Provided also, That tie Marshal o hi deputy cannot help remarking, that in thesr tios it wll Lbehne
6' lheaendingtlhw ',e rl:, will be irpared to a- shall not presume to arrest uy such woldier with one every me to do his duty ; for i is uncertain who e y e
th l ttu tlurteAt i.,,uin. month after every such discharge, nor in die tiue of his neat expoaed to evilsof similar decription.




Picket guard will likeei beho etabid breteen o or emig to or f ie pdlce f uence or me
Portland Ind l. Gorge's, to faciliua dhe commM- d a, der the peaiy of e poune ad of bei
casion with H t-Quaeri, furr liable in as au-n of ibe uimpehoaom ; en sad ia
Colone Hll o will amomble his Regimest wi the lest cmse f any auch arrest, It alln e lawful for the rmespe
possible delay, and march the greater part of them to Rio- i, or oer C emeioed Oicr, so mrem ay i
BIuno, where they will hold deialve in readims to pre their etl aen neneld.
coed to Trelaway, should their services be required. lm acco etl frm the peh of St. Jmes as far aa we
Culouel Hilto will, of course, have a part of his regiment e been bB to em-artK me, dae t the St. Ja 's
composed of the tost efficient men, at Brown's Ton. Regiment of Militia u r the command of Cule Lr-
Colonel Dunn will immedmtely asemble the Clarendon Io, had bee indeed I to tire ilnto teTws ofMoweo
Regiment, and sarch tlhe grouar part of them to some By, the Comeadig Officer being appreheanve hoea
station ur aiaiom on the confines oa Tielaway, taking are the greet numbn s who were diasiscd, thit cmel-
that a oousont communication be kept up between the two cation with the town might be intercpted. The work f
parts of the Regiment should it be found necemary to e- inandivrism is going on up to the period of dem c-
porate them, and take uch arrangements u may enable counts, several etsive sree having been perceived at
them to act together at the shortet notice. Colonel Dunn have taken place o the surrounding properties, from whch
will, of course, have a part of hi Regiment, compose of the white inhbitants had retired on the conceraion of
the uat efficient mten, at Chapelon. the Militi forces. The accounts from Trelaway ae to
Major-Genieral Roberson will order the Westmoreland thbe dct that nine-tnoths of the slaves have refused to
and llunover Regiments to be immediately assembld, and work on the eatales in that parish.
the Westmoroland Regiment wil march to the cofines Detachment of the Pd ad 77th Regiments were em-
of St. JuaIes, where they wil hold themselvesin readiness barked yesterday and the preceding day oa board his
to act wltrever their services are required. Major-Gen- Majesty's ship Blanche, and Major-General Sir Wi-
eral Rubertson will order tie Hanover Regiment on duty, loughby Cotton has proceed in person to he disurbed
but they will remain in their own parish until their ser- districts.
vices ar required by M.ijor-General Sir Willoughby We are happy, however, in having it to announce dtht
Cotton. the slaves in this City, and generally throughout the oer
The t. Eliubeth's Regiment i nmot to be placed a pushes of the Island, have Mot hitherto e0hibited any
duty, but they ought to be in such a state of ruadineo u symptoms of disaffection, but appear for die moo part
to act upon the shortest notice. Iranquil and contented, and e sincerely hope that dt
The Officers commanding the Clarendon and West- prompt meaaurs which have been adopted will have the
moreland Reginents will give the earlier information o effect of speedily reducing to order ach of our deluded
Major-General Sir Willoughby Ceto, u soom as their population, ashave been guilty of insubordintion, and of
Regiments have occupied iteir respective stations, putting a op to nay eltesion of a reoictory spirit with
The Captain-Generul haes been pleaded to confer on is we truth at present confined to the parishes we have am
Lieutenant-Colonel Cadien, the Colonelcy of the Tre- ed. It may he almost noodles to remark, dthe, dmei
lawny Regiment, mvi Colonel Tyler, who is suporsedd the existence of Manial Law each individual mst he p-
in the command of tat Regiment, pared implicitly to oby the order of hi Commnding
EDW. T. GUY, Adjultnt.-Geral. Officer, nd to repair with alacrity to the I po wer h
ilhad Qarters, Spanish-Town, urvicas may be called for.
29th December 1i31.




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Amy re pa mla. m m lals DMblimn

ii Ll'.l Usm Insig WMIWAWiM A. vlEvt,
eimed." er imd" ib ah-m iaceodai. md Wai-

Wh a view ma- 10 show ldfriM l aed
we ser disk from u eupos r of pr
e Jdea, eI ba d r pb lk al yr, a d" Eiltor w
pape, b. a peprit isdvJial, rha to e r into db-
em-a whh a genuapdh e isveetor of bha and ali.
m IlhdI b al coweadly minis of power, who, ader
the desk of n amoeenyms iglator, smoks to wead thosa
Whom he dwum et opaly ane, we df mhe a very few
nemru oltn napual of the cosmponden of
.l.ioyal GOaem." T," sad a* reu k r dth Editor,
Vt06 emple It.
Upse ae emaldo wheLe adhood and misrepr-
endL ald he umd, wid. the slightest cance of uc.-
aM. i* Royal Gor and do whole Government pack.
wmaes ly seiadlthe opportunity of deceiving the public;
and the ha rtol, (fria thi cbirtumsane of there being no
awMeme a diproe teir isfam s mertions, the two
pre serin miuy malhreted being the only white per-
n presl,) wa too enticing to be lst: but we trust,
s- lng thir bme iusimlotions, ad vil alumsies, wil
Lbe d sly espard-for, to mn their own words lo oftL
idoaemmeltheir rilany, rnT rmEmaurn .L iyAi.."
'ba eaMiosm of this seelous writer, with reward to
epmenir, excie in a nothing but cotempt, bladed with
piy lbir Edlirm, who requires support from worthLes
ademplk. Hlis ovseond toothb anne injure a, and
wes athievaln atemnps.-With regardto the afidavls,
which hve been their unceasing boau, slace the occur-
eoe, a our frioad Agricola" properly remarks, ot
bealg made any pronm-e to bring them before the public,
we do mI feel ouraelvs culled upon to take any trouble
heul s ; hu e b we o doubt, if th Editor of th
Royal Oastte will redeem his pledge, by publishing them,
be wID *fird the maNns of cpueing conduct very dis-
andklahi to, perhaps the very persons who volunteered
tem, amd of dsproving hi own insilinus obsrvations.
uspctlg persons who depise him, for hi proper for-
bearanc," sd defy the expone he so vauntmigly throa-
We are peltly aware, that the Royal Editor can
bave bt is cale to romplain," of what he term
eru" mm"-for he doubts e fel, tla he too wel
pei h it bat he est eu auie for tellig him, that, what.
er p butoy injury he has M ined since the birth of
d* Argc, he nmt attribute it entirely to his own conduct;
sad tbt, as long as he chooses to sht his ars and eyes
to truh, and deliberately amn to the public what he and
dly knew tobe contrary to he fact, his popularity is not
llely to bcream--b, on de contrary, although it my
te mr proeuet at times to conceal it, by obstinately
coetrdilg the truth, k em cnrtaily tend to his injury.
For hbuam, esays th Imenol gntliemu had denied all
kMrwdge odthe ta e, adruk at tim Town eolcti diner.
DMrd nem l g dtlmem also at the ame tim, explain
d* am d me, uMd W si r him t aI the.y heard the
wmNe gli; dht thy idrue i, ld dat mn er was toas
mndl and Idrnk wih greate apihems If big ms-
ily b e have n db the d w ma sy who
wma p st, who wEl o bornm wh we h ae ime n-
d. We bu bae t1d,mad are of piniN k would hae
I nr e -al- aMn haem soil i; hl k b poke jnko
V t p I M a wpena ms, ol difr pa m f .
*> ktCag, tea omu e.ein siijMr. We
1 l11hd.l.k It nmy to add, -at tis hiu twa me
prepr d by l of the r l reurd retu epr-

Lod LyLoeen, ib k leawr to a member of Pglqo.
.. (!N VoL Mieuila Works, p. 101.) isa l

"aiina by -0 M t subject lea one gat
hbea h bL by aw eddl to-da s f a Grud Jury.
a -00, IN- bowman uhjena ned emb-
Jees,i kb in h di Ip rdi the Ce to r aef u a
dloe, if dobLfebal u t hw m yr i Crem pIiamr
of ed uch do Loi .jtae i h be mn juaas.e
th Ater-ey OGensa, by bhe m --W rily, hi ua Iamr-
mulma WhMh *0m Celor Come ram
is dl *W d le d g C e urt to ne it gron

ye me ca ,nd 60 delulmdam my
he nlin Crd b yy M e pmiuon.
S B enm a sm aing m bjects ee n th mud


Francis M. Montell, John Wildgom, and Robert Tay-
lor, Esquires, appeared, and pleaded not guilty to the two
Es-Offcio Informations, filed against hem at the com-
mcenmnt of the presaat tap, for alleged libels ne Hi
Escellancy th Govewor, ald ga memlly to appear ia
aster imm to stad their rli*alad keep th peace.
2bt Jamuary.
The King
Black Dick, ethucrwi Feloey.
called Dick Demnsu,
and aothe
This wa an Indictment against Is me, uad two
women, Slaves, the property of the Ilo. Joseph Huoter,
Md-er do Bm of 43d OGe. ch.a58. wlc b mi
-a-iA.d is fce he.n. by d CeIaL sc of 6h &l
Ge. 4thch.l. The Idletmu eaaied hnea c ta:
the int, charglh tb primer Bbck Dick, with hevig
discharged a laded gun at Mr. Hunter with inmate to
murder him; the scond count, chrging the prisoner with
having dicharged the gue with intet to maim, dfigure, or
diable, Mr. Hnter ; and the third, with intent to do him
omeo grivei bodily harm. In each of the count, the
other prione were charged with having been present at,
privy o, ceemating, and aiding ad abahuig theein.
The til lasd frw too in tdo moaotig until mine at
night, whena t Jury reted, mad fler an absence of
about twenry minte, retarnad inlo Court with a verdict,
fading eigt of th priasoers ilty. The Corunt aea
mentea d tL eight to he esecmad o Wednesday, the
eighth day of February next.
W6th Janoury.
The only ca before the Court ti day, were the two
Awah own apoe which bid of laditcmeal we yem.-
day oad, and terminated ia conviction in both .
Mr. Wood and Mr. Saunders, two of the gentlem
against whm Inforoumtiona were 6ld on the first day Io



dauperm udoppressi inOs w"h d qy odubt to di-
coag : it twam Je uiad taI rwm,, the da or
samly i emch greater, he belg m ore no for oppNs-
do, add* polte a omvl~ hri o maem
SBecae there is rea dlink, tha when the Buar
Chahber wu abhlbhed, do Parimnlt meat to aondema
Ihe ma ads af, trial med i that Coat, aed did m ima-gi-
dhe would arsi again is l King'a Beach-pe p-
aoe, dtt oey had iewan-uis d, though ery mely
prnctied there, and that a the powers the Star Chamber
claimed from common law, did, by the abolition of dea
Court, devolve e King' Beach.
Beca In all cass pwrey imil6 th Crown has
another way of proceeding, aelg~my asy to ke 'n, and
much more safe to the object, vi--the aethd of In-
And hbeaua th roetiais tbt which my be made
oppremivse wm te a earu m ior it, is an hoeeMr
to the Crown, and no advantage, w Aaoamrr Tsa 5-
Such arne as ntimeam of d e gret Lord Lyultas,
on Ex-Odcio lairmnls s Ill

We have been informed, upon very good authority, tdat
Colonel Paltito, lately ppoimsed to the 2d W. I. Regi-
mest, comes ea am Lieu Owvenor of these Island, and
may be coamdestly oxped is the nt vesel from Eng-
We ar also glad to ndetand, tht the leadQuarter of
thi Regimet is ordered back to thi place from Hondara,
and may be deity lehd for.

The second November Mail wa received at Baratdoea,
by the S omalo I'cket. In S days from PIalmeth. en the tTth
uhimo. LIodon dales to the toth of november. but nothing
of any moment contained In them.

Tuesday, 24th January, 1832.
The Court met at at o'clock, when the following bills
of Indictment were give outlo the Grand Jury, and, with
the exception of the la, returned true biUl:-
The King
Black Dick, otherwoi Felony.
called Dick Deveaus,
and otherh-Felony.
The King
Vs. Amanlt on Win. Preston.
Thomu Petty
The King

ela PIater, alias Joseph Amsulton Joh Shoty.
Coglen, & Henry Barnett
The King
Vs. Amault on Thos. Atwell
Joseph J. Solomon no BilL

duo r ald;d, am ago -il
Ull rainb shteam a do y*rab

To hL Edir .f u .th.u4 m

chaactr it do Milita goo"al a -nu
Baham Royal GaOue of dbe 14th
N l r Will before don Public a muIM
eoarndicko. to the allege at eoih.
had I mlot determanined to naon to the aIh
try ror rndra; and, dherore, wised ef
thing which migbt be viwed a a agnh
to is the commumily is my freer. aS
however, may be coarutid, by ame, at e a
of error, I ba lee il trotghlb e mads
o inform my riends, (perticul rly hhoM i
in New Prowiden i), tht an acion at law
meacd by me, against dt Editor e
for a libel contained in ol gene al omrde bei e
aud I earnestly roque, that they will mrea "
upon my conduct, until de w ed m eate a hg
game jdicial invetaiglaton.
I am, 8ir,
Your obedient esrc ,
NAmIe, New Provideace,
Wilk Jumary, 18M

Taut DAs Janumary lt
To Ae Editor /of at Bealm Ar ,
Sia,-The writer who an biWllf T, Al
pered in the st number oth Royal Oto
have besitoted in ailing to hie efMussdi his
every line identifies his peroma; pere a wis
enure him, alone bew aed froi parmal
long before thi, by the general uantapl t#^i
hint. There are many respctbil parsea, I
with T., who think well o Mr. McQueea, ma
though they censmre hi conduct e man Edher;
iffcient to state, that this censure aet hav h
general, to have produced an opposition neto
tended by no little expense, and wbhieh all syb
lowed by the moat erio u consequence to bim
The value of your paper, Mr. Editor, s tool,
and has been already productive of too may'il
benefits, to occasion to you any apprehesiai hat
puerile threats ofr a pitiful time serving tool; p,,
me T's own words, that han mude him, with W p
jade., frequently and most bitterly wine. IMhiiha
is the present state of thle colony, hbo mayu'-g
would it have been, when the only channel, (udlbq
pearance of the Arpgus,) by which public wseatil
feeling could be expressed, was reserved only fre
troductioo of matter, more frequently false thau a
would answer the purpose of govermesut, oriWdes
its designing partiaun I
Who is the respectable and thinking part f the
munity, that T. alludes to 1 Does he meta thql
sent outamongus, to forward the work' of our da
aftw sprtiis, men Mi ojfz-tlh apis, bh, 5rmi
hood, have stepped into good births, and into repl
--oter of the samestanp, shdrplyookiag ogt lm
and fahes, and those firebrands and furioes, whail
nothing to lose in a general con ag tio, nigh be~t
ad by a share of plunder. You, Mr. Editor, a an
no promises, to tie beat of my recolleciun, a to i p
ductino of any affidavits, which T. alldes tn, Mlli
the riot of the whites, as it i called, but whieh I ia
insurrection, or very like it, of the blacks: it isl Y
then, thla you will trouble T., or the Police, for.
nations that may have been made, but leave the pus
of them to thode who have made the promise, I -n
the pledge. Will T., in hi nert effusion, bam r *
nee to inform the public, if, on any inveatlgatim b
taken place, any thing nas appeared to ammui
assertion that hls been made of the vtgerarqp
of the Police Magiastrse, an do I mnigeg ad *ig.
lOth instant. I know, his conduct to bhamr ba
reverse of that which was his duty; ad 'tal, idd
thlt conduct preventing fatal conlequenceas,bl ap
his timidity,-or cll it what you wll,-bad partly
them. But without this positive knowi dl td
hod a that are contained in thr piece tht dAr 9P
grste aJfr, are sufcent to altach discreds to r
umrtiom. I an Imam you, Mr. Ar, t
al rha o SMdtad. hae ar f-mett Ihru
Ton t duh eprelna. far tls ti .dat r'a
hb lan and mow dpumdiagi party, sD it mi
to mab the world acquitted with them. e
I iomuded to have made mae firthar obva
in pity to e Attoe rney General, who a Ito
hands full of Ei-Omcie, I sbahl postpone them, ,sod
lieve his lIun may have recovered from the am o
they are about to experience.
I am, Mr. Editor,
your obedient servant, AGRICOlU

Fram tA St. vimaam Omuie, Ikrtav It
Among other rrersenlnins at Cour'. at a Lv ee 4
IIa Majesty on 'he I eth Ort. we nblserve t the
Cot.. Sit Eva. MUvaAT Mct;urAo,. oa n0.o
Dominica.s a(oren or; MAJ.II,.. NicoLATV.-o"
on peeeding to Lt. Chrultpher; Bta WO. 8,t11"
return from St. Vincent ;and M PATairl Cartcg;
St Visetl. JImrs CoL.qlov.. E q. the Aged d*
Colony, had. we find also, been raioIusiy f. dll
ongprit interview with Ili Majesty. on thbe o'I"
late desrucltve hurricane. repllcltng which oear k
Moomrb expressed the derpert rommsni e -."
Bnderoodd affected to tI.r. in speloll* ai '
a =qlaiainnce with the inhahlanlt. of ihee ( C .oe
thopilble reception he e*xprienced from thll ..s
to the towe imlo. uur Iniait conespoodamB.i i

4~ uu

auAte a r 1 1 s1 and AL. ViF' n l- ed lr.L aun pporitumy which be gldly em ed of
hkmwmiw with Bi f Majey, f mle dweleg jatie to the haemune d diaunmnd aese" f -
.pdkO e highly ar'clerig. ad t r .l oaur e elt omve r, at which Hi Majes apemi
S- fo pefrard that eviaed the KIag' good t atisictio. The King asked he amns of ihe
S ,i well as bin knowledge fa asirpplay by e dato Cue cdlt and hL epear A
, III- e m r an a e' My.u a especially enquird o t family of (the te Sb
___.. a t. -ih nIdtaF at .., His m i .,- Jula Gay Aly.., e. of ar dtieisgled post Ia t
--. ddadisie d ue go tifying iFis amL we good id el and many years he able, equse, ad
1heba most of the mercaile* ad pet lat- upright Spuaker if the Hoaae of AeS blyr-r did our
y ith. Mail. aeal in more chaerlg tm iam Gaycieoua Buerelgn, whom memory very tmeioes, hr
for m" monulths. If tine p Isper of West In- gt g o enquirer S ah the te n me whoe hl e well eto
l. ndth hoiis stlH rein otheler ucor-n msmbered as an imdutrious ad full cdue of are
0i&- l pw prity. t f mwe coaet ato I(o unity. Mr. .L Oe qeining the Royl o, mu-
Sgratified and played by the interim w which had bhe a
Fom e I oaf a efDlmer 14th. comidacendingly grand, was dird by Hi Majsty to
. trMa ipiort. Jh two eomnpaaes of the lef wing writ to him when be should hear from Barbadoa ea thesb -
r Co. arrived m Barb*i doe on Monday ject iofe kila s nmind.-Aler this gracinskidu of
fleI tiat Is ld on Welmesdy venin for dhe King, and such a signal mark of benvolent co-
, L1 winl relev the lO wil of the 1th., eidration, Mr. M. felt it bhi duty to appear at the
*lm removed t TorT e. Other umnsports e- o b
. with the rnext wisi of teh, the id u. tim saot day. He was accompenled thither by Gon-
st be Ia this lseli.n sd the three company ral Sir Fiutroy McLean, Mr. Abel Roo Douin, and Mr.
WI Ie lth now in pnrr here, will be removed to Hamopden CleenAL Mr. M. having approached to iuk
hi bow, and intending to retire inumdiatly---s is the
iinIs neoonce the death of another distinguished form observed in the coremny at a Leve-His Majsty "
., ,a. f Ilen a victim to the ill-fated government of extended his hand to bin, and iMqeind whether he had Ne
a.l n r b d ine sueession within very few Imoth heard any further newS from Barbadoes, adding that lie
Celcl loa s Wluna Masrr. s, D. 1th h a
iloIed tJtha slWand nes o Anelatay. WBellh hoped mow favourable accourm would soon arrive.
rdi i the admleniration of the Gverment (tint which Our readers will agrue with uS, that the circuItanc
I-a*d bh His Eacellency the Comuaander of the we have thus related is a most gratifying one to the con-
Ipt thrD a moth, try ; and while we cherish every loyal lad graeeloi feeling
Sto bte monarch, aud do all justice to the good feeling of
A.. m tie ALd l dian, December 10th. his minister we nust also duly appreciate the exertmos
IiUESTY AND THE COLONIAL AGENT. which our muc-respected agent has made for his native
i mI theat etti of r riders, while we apply country. The prorogtion of Parliennt ha interrupted
iml subject a, o which we write with a pleasure for a while the good intentions of the kind-hared King
pifa by ederig the min yaarm tSt we have been and his ministers: but as the m I esion will no doubt
d in service f the public in Her Editorial caps- -ommence early in the year, we may hope for Parliamen-
t a we are amured that the circumstance which we tary relief in the course of a very few months.
itke hsppltn to bring before the notice of time pub-
I this anciset and loyal colony, will excite the saume
gIp of gratiutae to our gracious King in their bosoms u t
,this m aui ge ble moment glows in ours. Now then M ytirfi s t
ghtraii etinployaO t. llis Mjesty [we take upon
olhs t my it is not a lero rumour, but we can vouch
s be] hua evinced such a deep cuncerni for our dis- PORT OF NASSAU, N. P.
md, nations, from the consequences of the late des-
inm hurricane, as to send for our estimable and valued ARRIVED.
rIma, Joih P. Mayers, Esquire, the agmnt fur tile Jan. 27th-Sloop Jane, Crisson. Turks Islands
8ts his palace of St. James,, and has taken the Rum, Corn, Cheees, Onions, O.ur, Ac.
jleoisfy himself, by a personal inleriew with Mr. to llanmv AoDeaILTr.
as to thIe etent of the calamity in which ll is sub-
akhi Idsland have been involved. Mr. Mayer.wail- CeIei T 11U l- i PA INH.
a his Majesty, by appointiene, on sli lthe 3 CHRIST CHURCH PARISH.
During the interview, Mr. M. b,.ing left alone z'ln aB a BP
rKing, and being desired to sit dcun, Mr. M. vt rm W
om His Majesty n the information he had UJ AVING Bied thesmrimof MAt thebo IMet of $9
*l to colloct conc,.rning tie awful taleimitly with pet b rrel of superfino Flour, Ordered, that the
i chontrymen hadmecn viited, asurieg tlle King sillinug Loaf do weigh 2bs. 6as., sad the sixpenny Loat
could afford hlum greater cvsololati, ta thm n tie lb-. 3- By order of the Vesry.
his Majesty laud given of iis symlpathy--lthl DAVID SPENCE, Vetry Clerk.
f his Malesty'ssuIbjects had ever hlewn mnre de- \'aSTn Room, 841 January, 132.
=ISy to their Sovereign than the Barbarlian, CHEAP FOR CASH !
t owards him s mi increased by the femon. l tim- store FO A H
ldit their country had b.cni hon,.orel with a visit r HE SLUBSCLIBER offer for kl, at sis store i L
Majesty, and that they relailne a lively impres- T Bay-street, near the Public Buildings, the following
Elhbppiness which that event anffrded to every articles, received per llighlander,front London, via:
fe community of Barbadous. Ili Majesty w;a Liuseed and Sperm Oil,
i reply, that her sAodd rerr retain tile strongest Fine Green Paint, in pots,
ef the manner in which his arrival at Barba- Spor Candles, Pickles and Sauces,
eD grueled, and of tie hospitality with whici Capers, Olives, and fine Halad Oil,
ur end people of that Islanl had entertai.-d Gendemnons uperfine black Hts,
aequmled Mr. M. when he should nest write to No. 1 and 6 Bleacded Canvas,
are, tht he would communicate tl'oe his Blck Bombaein, superfhle white Drill,
s them. The a worthy sget then, after COUon Shirtinog
citracta fro his letters descntlva of the de- Rel Thrad, in fancy ubena,
if the Island, observed to his jesty, that in a, omatu Pearl Buttons,
atod and extensive, the unfrtunate suf- Seine ad Sewing Twise.
Wy eik to the paternal feeiiigs of their Bonnet Line, Foolscap and Letter Paper,
dtue a eroIity of his I'rlialment, for relief. Quills, Red Ink,
on Ied o the suhject of the foir and a hall Common Prayer Books,
audthe large proportion in which tll Barba- Cut Glausware,consising of Bleda, Rummers, Tur-
ld,in otherwayvs, rcontribted to the revenue biers, Wines, pint and qurt Decanters, Btter
&,ad concluded his address wilh remiarking, Tubs and Satl.
table depreciulion prevailing throughout the Shovels, Tin P Gonllme'a Sddles,
SColonio, gave the Planters very little chance Mu*.@"lrne" d,N o Pipes,
lnsace under any ordinsay calmdlj frI Tow looks, phlted Candslticks,
a lnd; bht, ith the I l tre t ace, Sad Iron, Toilet Glas-
S asir h pe-chLu he pa dily of ALSO--
S*sa th.n a grant ofm ey r Pa- Pipe Otard's e npai r D dy,
S obin that boon, be da entretod the Bo Barcly' Pser r. B
alssoediation of His Majesty, rg ing the di,- GEO. IL BANNISTER.
i .ilth promptitude and lierlity, or total and Janmary 28.
ropmi tegiesMl These remarks and solici- NOTICE.
ich were no doubt made with all that wrnmth of f HE SUBSCRIBEiuofer for sale, by private bhr-
ted romus arour by which our honest country- in.
IL L lis ltisagihed, were I*tened to, we are 6 hhdx. choice Msderia Wine,
l ter, wlt the almost coodeslension and kindness 40 doi n do. do. do.
SMajesty, who, while the Agent was eddre-sine 60 duain do. Tenerife do.
e Lnhi. coururrence and ament, specrillv to 1 tru n Goenlemen's Shoes,
l ich the arbaedins had to assistance fmro Par- 2 blue Dinner ets.
spd ephtfrntly declared tiet we may fairly lay HENRY GREENSLADE & CO.
slmannlance-tdiat it as our right-and that he Deember 24th.
Si doaBll liw couill to obtain i-.and that he
Ilaea earl npporlluily of Merding for Lord Go m R. McKE. Dentsl, ua now taken rome at
ald acqlmnininm im wilhl is sentiments. Mr. M. J Mrs. Baldwin's boarding bouse, where he will he
E mO atmslnctory converrvtion, we boutto retire happy to wait on thae who my equire hs profemioal
| oal pIrennce, but h Mailyet ligified hin wish service.
remain, and conver"d freely with him January 28th.
lajec lj co nected with our lInLd. Hi -
kedhowlis Ministershad received Mr M'sap- I OR SALE, by private contract Derby Island,
a which Mr. M. had the pleasure of repl) ing, R situated ar the wert mnd of Enuma, containing
a reason to slmikak ith gratiltue of tlw about 710 acres. For further particulars, apply at this
80114eiwe Of ilformlinv r-.lefile-wn lv th Lrdis offirc.
Al orp, dlluwc.,--.,d tint enquiry at- January 2jth.

-kJ~r -L ---- -.

Flr, Coran, ie, Pana
ap Better, Lrd Ham.
Chees, P7tatoe. P Mred,
Crechm, Sparm and Talow Camnls,
1 punrhe N.,
msi,-CABSH oa deler.

0. Imsm y sat, t h ia,
AV T1 011VUm BoWS,
BMetwee di hun f m wn md 'eo eeb,
[wo lot of Land, with til bheidiul I |m ie
om, situated i the Weser Diatict o d IlHd i
SProvidence, he property of Anhmy Wakei,
Terms, is meets' Credit,a gin spy s ilu .
aniuary 28th.

On mody nM, t- 800M l.
At 31 IlleA. h.
Will be mdS
Buperfne Flor, in hank,
Irish Park, in iue,
Irish Biner, s kes,
2 cuask Cheese,
340 beachK Onios,.
80 Ash Oars
50 nsp Flet Core,
8 hrels Port Wine,
8 dito Malldeir ditto,
50 canistea Dertfonrd Geapun r,
6 hidU. Buarcy's he Braows BSs,
15 doma Brown BSout,
20 kep London Whio Lead,
8 ditto Blck ditto.
Dry Goaod, Ac. &.
ON Ma~.dy mr, he s80o iatal,
At 10 aOi4,h A. E
Suprfine Flour, i hrre,
Mumaoado Sugar, i croeuos,
Corn, Rie, Buute Lrd, Soap,
7 cauks Molus ,
1 caw Conaectioury, Dry Goods, dia. e.
On Mr. Weech's abutment, Whie and Yellow pi
.umber, in lot% tn qlit purrhbser.
Tmru, te afent' avdit.
January 2 th.
O. Tuesday, Wrst,le 81s lt eit.n
At 10 06lm1hLA.A.
Will be oid,
At the Proprieter's he rs' Hem.
A quanti Holthold FmurEnur,
Sidhbord Cnem Draweis,
Betltead, TaMes,
Chair, Sofas, J. &-.
SAs eight day Ckock,
An escallont Phmo.
Janury 2.

T HE SBU CRIBER, imtrmdig to m Is
aina-- Apla-q aai him. Mis e I
hem ladebted, i mnh paynti e or timM As let
FeCtry. All om Mo rai-m 11s f N I4
dsb, Nibha* ll I lhi 0e 1'O. P. Wmd-, ti
Ama mmay.
Janmmry7th. F. TURNER.
A TO BE LET, td plOeemly diml
Houme and Premises lately in e der pauq
orf Heary AIderky, Esqui- wil W imme
psaomien. Apply to
January 28th.
T1h Hie and Peembi fa piuoag e*aLd
by Mrs. Poir. The Home is m my
cnvenien, with lergKichem nd wigh s
-attcbed, chair hoas uda l Auah fIn m s
heons, einme ve ya" nd gru pleo The e bdlp
have kb. lately dirongy tpabd, aed dP 1trn
of tida fham be moisa t po isp
A tract of Land sitatd at dt VYlW, e .C t 9
acms. It i divided by the vilag ad oiM s Lem;
westem lot being isterseted by e ew rSed m le, latso
the village into the Blue hill raad. This le bl p w i -
pmwl.dof in neor owthree lot. Applyt
beptember 17ds. JOAn W. MILLE.


Aol n by 1ladire of ai had o, qaired '
,i- tal y La if b didoee .ie bir wahr ti Too
do C doolmil. hised L u U .hhandt. "
Mtde we anly partially we I nd, by way of a crwoing cl reommeded
ade bfms his ha to selt s charity to which to In" t
Am COur dmmc .als dioeam a~i l d, foir ~ he cis aiely would di wiathim a As -
IN To aga-in aN mlia4 Is b t- w rs con- TIherpo, dre arve. mking dvutaI of Lant's cos-
"l doao'q ag a ma.susiy wor I e- iot pistio, bed "ic ad btr sbim with his ra,-tippir
esmm nw o w i ab ie ppl re su o b lf-t4o ; and that thea r bad retalited by ablting
wetr, meailMeHd Ip Ir. 'Kay, l Autorey, uad two of his cmuer's r i a sru.a"
Sma-u e '-p e whole tof e m r n away. Me rW s ierarer mit seisied sl h wing do in-
1a mpnei; o bli lag eloeialad that wold etrn jurydraesd by a aerm repaid to his aany to got i
d o tha sigoh, and the works as ra a=plialion -iranmd. Lawyrsj and pris-fiightrm ra thed only pae-
ft l Magiara1 a o14 a a7mZ the mo I onn earth who proe by black eyes and bloody mow
aM at.lhlneul deir oii f Uis. Wald, were The pettifugger in qotion owed tbI ditiactiesf being
I tmmdlisdy caveyd to protct ida property. On Sun- the muas rlpectable wlicitor in the village, to the circum-
de aev Ithe e em elieled by teI 4th Bat- staso of his being the nly one in it. He told the farmer
anl ampay do TlTnlaay Milita, Lnder di co--l that had been hmeauly, scandelouly, bwarbruly
mad Capteilai Robert Chryatl, and remialed dhre used. The lawyer fi of course, and id an action
unil dayll yemnlday moina i hen i marched back would lie aso, and threin he lied again.
.a y a lestlmae, the former plane being too rean m An actio., however, wan brought at the next aniem,
fer iTnm a to e l ir md froms d m ai budy of lh which arrih d alinl before Lant bed recovered from the
I sl eof being oerpowered by m ban. or coastornation into which the notice of the procadings had
A dchame t of dt 9d Regitmsn uoder th comn thrown him. On dhe mrning previous to the day n
miadJ Cha. Edwardl, fM Marcon-Town, arrived at which the cause wa epectd to come on, the ahver was
Addphi eaam, in St. James's, early on Monody morning. called upon for a cac s hisl office y a gentleman of some
Every. thing, at hree o'clock yesterday afternoon, wae consequence in the neighbourlood, who, obsurviag our bere
iet; ie an account lad lane received there that Palmy- to be uoeuually depriemd and eliciting the source of his
relate had been aot fir tos, and that some cane pircI-. uneasinm., despalched him, instmnler, to the assie town
on Paukry andl MWume mItain, ll in St. JIamen,'. had eMII with a letter to a imrriuter, explaining the caw, and soli-
set on ir on Munday night. Tire latter fire was intitnilv citing his good office on the uccasion.
etinguisuel by the mmeat' negroos. The slave on theu. The berrister, suck by the whiiuicality of the circum-
properties appear sulky oanl llmlideal. laoc~ returoud Lathberr ll his fec, and told him be would
Cornwall Catier Oce. Tuesday plead Iih cause for dt love o of te thing."
nig, nine p. ua. The trial caim on before a jury, whoe countenances
For the last few deay the parishe of Wetmoreland anld lone would have qualified tiem as members of a club of
St. Jal s, and this prish, have blh In a state of corui- Odd Felluws." The plaintiffs counsel commoened
driable sciessent, in coeuquence of reap ad official with a disquisition on au ; touched upon tie sensitiveneas
ladrm ao to the Maghiracy, of int ndd urrection of Prisacn's, ad eluded to thoe of Dionysius, who, ai
amog the lave population. ;ot willing to cate any would doubtlea, he mid, be in the classical recollections
mnenei ry artsr, wer hll defr entering Into detail until of the jury, had three ears, though two only of them, he
mwe lec iv th fnllt IRlrmatlon, which is h y exper- Hibernically added, were pairs. Having considered the
ad. fthld is nerrrifebfore our ual he of going to subject morally, physically, and anatomically, he took
prem, wil publish whatever Mreaswf laformatioe we another fild, and dwelt upon du value of earn to famner
an receive In a second edion. in particular, maintaining that they could not get their
We un mnd that the Westmmoreland Regimsent and bread without them. He next referred to ues' ers; and
Trmop of flora hare heen on duty since Saturday. The concluded by much a Stentorian appeal to those of the
Westeor Inerinr, It. Jam.em' and Trelaway R agimn ts jury, thai very man of them lad a just ground of action
nhae bhee nePalerarms since Moday nmurnin. against the counsel, la the farmer had against iam barber.
Thi work of desrnctisi has commlaente.-We now The witness for the plaintiff having been examined
ma two ftr, evidndly in h diractin of St. Jamne's. and crus-examinid, th defendant's couunl ros, and ex-
Ten o'clock. pressed his concern timt it was not in his power to produce
We have jus reeslved Inelligene that the fire at Pal- the only witness of the affray in which the action hald
mya ealm ws otinaglild,afterlhburai down one trsh- originated, namnrly, the hull; but that the truth wat, he
ham.L The had drier and Ithe miseo belonging t,, could find none who would undertake to serve the auabpIn
he property have een secured. A company of the St. personally, and that, pending the consultatiu of autlo-
Jeaos's Militia, ani the rormmed of Capt. Cligborn, ritisi as to whlellir singing it over dr hedge of his posture
mewed Sfu Admiphi on the feat o theo IAre,and re- would be a legal service, U bull had unfortunately chan-
mic Lr Wen der0and II the drier on the ged his name, and become bef. But this, geniemen
ml --sm -latm, ml tad of going to teir Ovimenr of thejury," he continued, I a circumstance which I am
afr Ladr, a ls thi being the lan day of the bolidayL, led to reret lens on my client's account, than on my
have "ea i -r m-se and gone off, au thy my, to learned brother's o the opposite said, whom, as he has
Lthk grisa. idaJged us with so Irish bull, I bould have been gratiiad
Eleva o'Clock ia Ni t. in intoducing to an English one. Uetleme of th jury,
ThL work dmeuto n i is goi e wole aky my cue lies i nutshell, and I want no other evidence
indal e -Wma l isM ium ed. From ow e we at t than with which the plaintiff hakindly furnulad am
i ma p dverlve rs distinct amir--o a ppi eady toprove iL Two of hi witness have sworn that he is
i thIe l th m in St. Jam's, and a an gpna quhe deaf of the ear, of which, he allege, defendant
dinmem lri um had nearly deprived him. Now, gentdmen of Ith Jury, I
Midnight. contend, that had my client actually diced of the plain-
Ora I s ll n with na hatod fury. We appre tiffs ear, and put i in his brch-pocket, I should be en-
i.A' Lw o of the woks and aediagp n tiled to a verdict; for what amount of duagm wouki
Tal mm, in riaL yo award to a ma for thlakm of tht whid he himself
prvd to have been utterly maime to him 1"
iBE BULL AND TH'E BARBER. Th coual pased for a moment to oeaerve t er eet
Sof his appeal pon dte Jury; dth fJremmc of which, aier
LaMde LLth-rl wa hcm ly urn i ils lei : kicking three or four of hi neighbourn out of the ad of
a im of am r lA mp cam in hi am inie, m wol drsailmsn, stated that he had iAm the man ofhils eol
a faC, seeng k s hae wa fam a with al he heads of 4whicb was very proabll, since thy appeared to have
th pine The chief nruimert of hit power, however, a left.) sad would e trouble the ared gentleman to
L- r, M ispe whick he waldd imwant |roreed,alhalt argment being mclusive. A verdict
anhoo ly ipahIs, but em l.elt with retrd to the wel- for the defendant wa accordingly 4flerd, ad she her-
he df HI g lbpt w wLere nrahr *mmI- e ,.d me- her returend triumpinl h ia s i Tv A iT fimeaiit.
edw afm Ewr enabhl to shov a ________
Lpl*lm all-I a Ium-ea ge patisa .. d Te Bro-l-The brain been consldeed by many a
Smthe Ia s. mtan da d h owirt o fi. nevry pact a( hmic, ouscu in falfllig a
b t W d ie, ML day' h a ppWeeti' single fuactin. It w e ad Dr. G deostranted .ma
Ih ed dn .Cde purle M m he Mad a tM e ceadivy tat the fanctions nf the Weenat el ora
brwawig s^eem.i-Ooe hut mining. while LaM was coeldbe as gained darg Wfe. b emaa the davso p.
eaoihing hei tesorial fuaiemW upon a waby armer, a mat of individual poetious of the bren with the mamf u-
cterd bull, dnleh with a view of exciting the ris of individual mmslal powen, that this doge was relln-
baI ro emi daai d, thrW through the open window a qished The brain is ow considered to be a coneie of
head a- srely nred, ad. perhpas, u senul, aa the orpm r an "' gregae of pes, tch clelyreae mbfa thde
a mliail dear m w he 's, pimso, No seamc other. but performing fulctioe totally disumilar. The asom
Ser br a a fact can be m ifactoily dem ated in tbhe nes. r
i sa racing lteion, tel aW h d dI HBell has poed that the nerf of mention and motion, II-
lj L .Ae, w n efect which a nearly prI d though reooing blended together in a common shealk, and in
al to L ofd his cstrner; for the opmrater wrio ad a appearance e titnng a single nerve esecuting bt one o01
mtml rnd of hbred al and of hel quire's bull in flce, have fuabons totally dierent, and n cable of acting
pan, wi ao start d d t rm a md the a iio, indepedetly o each other. The ton for i eacc. is
the, wsi. m inoelamry gseriah of his mar, Led ~wel pplidwith dshM diHert ervesa, ilreM .ly ian rre-
Segd d farmr ds c say arri 1 th tu, but diimmiler is function. One serem for matis, the
second cammunicate the ordinary mse o( feing to the
th w tongand the third serve conveys to the brain tbhe semmio
-- i, nbl.c ii jury, o mao. Th optic, auditory, and arousic aem, cho
I, h:a be' b .... Preop ry to the sa ie is scture. ,eecs omnc.s totallyy di*eret.
e Ia, v a l i ml,nadsdlnad l nt oth optic serve im contituted to perceive light atom it never takes
saam lla die pamO of an w. Hding, ad brhaing coeniance of atmospherical vibrations, or convey to the
coI d pqmading cinlmtartina, as he e,. The mind the enstion of smell; yet no meant* l difference can
Svillage was in an upror, nad a vanity of contrdic- be detected when this nerve is compnm" d w, the aouMic or
tory as to the caue of lhe cotasrinp wr gntee t s I- ,v It is thie -me with r tpel to the cerebral
IrML Th mat generally rureivad eau keer mass. No hIe of dremarr n i pereivnobl between the part
M sl Waend tha i arl r haid m tac of the brain I whbo function it is to remenler,. and the organ
e oly a d th te d arbor had s ttcd the gi- which lie, nn to it: and no analomical disticltin i to be
tavist,'" Widh inten t to du hint waste grievous bodily hrm," traced i the structure of the iwgaiii: but as it s with the

--I m

m omslu din"me can e

nmeeal powem would ulo re. *
dwomain p ea Pin
rL 0 s orlopunenam of 0ke 0ran

were ht onB organ, peaiu- weld ar.
p mdlte ef Prrina M i.Y

or the 4th Loiant, e-aes, the la t
have found th mume of redas I ihe
equally ppliyabl wih cop r, wt.
,eselt. By the a 4d a
tabl ae ogr P kail d, in which
polrioun of deodif, .alt kinde ofrdkW
jection to ioc. ai a lutllluste hir eoppr,
owing to the impossibilit of preserve in
from those adbios u with rapect lea-
ver by which thi is now obviaedill, -m
mo nations of the Mareilles paper, pme a
aownrm, in l inea in lieu of copper, of
expense of the latter materiel h hitherto
hvRiuum Trbnsm of Ie Poa.--ln the
moec twelve utile prisonren were found, m
been innurcerated for six yeas without nt hav
trial, nld whole name were only known l tod '
the caele. In he dungeuna orHarieneMU.i"
found a victim of the Ruusan police, who k
solitary confinement for ten yena, ad wha pr
unknown to hi friends and reintione. f
of Warnsaw were often taken and dflogged hs
Duke, without the formlity of a Irial oa the
to briak Itonoe or wheel barrows i the unMai
like galley uinvee. Pesnon of rank wo re
from their homes, imured In prieoa, and dis
veral weeks iarceration, without knowig u m
fence had provoked *uch a wanton nerecs of
offender were armed out of the county to ip

o ithe vicims.

Italy.--Th pePope hai succeeded in aMn
and i niining armies. The force of Ihe Do u iI
ae a eocentrmtin ; MneloR ia pit into a si
Cro ar e poring onto Inta ly; and the An sl ls
amoun n to ISO.Oo men.

The Cift of T1mage.-A singular diutrmes mm
.iosedon SHaurdas morning se'nighl in the aipldtH
Edward Iring, in London, in conaequence ufabiles
lall) having discovered, in the middle of the eiCma
waf endowed wilh the gift of speaking ian s
mtoa e.'" A aimilar discovery We made dariag thb
etice, by a Nr. Teplin, a schoolminer, wo m
ioleot uharanue In the unknown tongue. r.i blI
decl ica th he illeninu is at hd and hbe
the pulpil tha the reviinl of the mri-xulo peed
ing ii nkaeowi tooluesm Tn infa llible e sympedi

Fr (l ILd.nt Mor ning Poet, 18ta Ob.
M traiotr.-A young Man at Bermudet oa
lows, a young Lady, aee tweny-oon with A pl
under the allowing hadJ :-I. Faith- Pi
cidence of moral sentiment, i. e. strict Cheuhfdi
according Itot ledttrend spirit of the 89 As
Facultien-Lota of common iarolen a ri a
applicatioo of a good ock of informatiioa wid
men and things. 8. Fortune-Cas eaoua gh
to live a free from Dl care and ansaiy ua a=
an I now am as a bachelor-my pay X1 urn
er.g, he must bve from 400. to 60-
l my own way. 4. Face-- ry pretty, rnth d
eye, laay rven locks, 5. Fshuio.-- NMde
singulariy any way except her being pmucida
like and accomplithed. Family-GOcLh I
plebeian stock like my own; I always ee
sentimeat thrwith cooacted.-Letterl ta kr I

FOR hALE-At Ui. ho
Bi of Lading.
Bilk of Euchanp,
Bill of ale,
Manifen t of Caurlo
Bluk Forum or the Cuoto He ,
Lema and Releum,
Genwal Court Wrise,
General Court Executions,
Inferior Court Write,
Bills of Sale for Veassls,
Mortgce (with boced,)
Warnt of Attorney to CoefmaJu St
Attorney's Warrnnte,
Arbitration Bonds,
Powers of Attorney,
Apprenice Indentures,
Militia Warrants,
PoeGi Warrants,
Police Summonues,
Polkc Permits,
Sabpean Writs,
Buhprena Tickets,
Obligation Bonds, &c. &<. &c.
N. B.-Job Prinling nernted with Ue'r
patch, upon Wood paper, and on moderate le
January 4, 1832.

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