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: March 14, 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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Volume ID: VID00069
Source Institution: University of Florida
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*p0euE BIGGS, Editor. WBIWDNESAY. lAbCH 14, 188 .' V TOLsLIs-Ne. LIIX.
THE BAHAMA ARGUS. te rs, Ambamdeso--al the elebrad p always e himself we, ad he cmoeded that he
SIbeir country's emus in the Ilat rvolkml.-n h hadd tdean su r to be dImrsc ed, and that ha wra
.gILIUHBD aMInm-WIRL.T I NA M N. . predicament. Prime Cauormiki, who is now in Lu en titled to the oaunme of the oke. It w proved,
received notic only a few days ago, that his ab e n ab a tthe p the dendaut, that the plaitiof hd bee
agit iallar per au --na m- ls ds e. a Pulawy, on the Viula, where he bad collected an i-. bhet for for weks toethe from the duties of his of-
as mense library and a great mmsum, have been conehatd kce in IN. For this he wa dechargd. The plaiMst
by thae lmperor, and (oh! despotism, how kee sometime had not conducted himself wih demcncy and civiiy whme
is thy dart) transferred to the great enemy of his country, he attended at the Paymaeer's Ofce, which wa like-
its conquoror and oppr.: or, Paskewitsch I The Poles wr a cause of complinl The Jury ad a ledit for
who remain at home in their own land, watered with the the defendant, by direction of Lord Toen a, vho mid
blood of their fllow patriots, can do nothing to arrest uch that it was proved the defendant had bea wed geMed.
military oppression, and sucbherarous inijtice; but they The power of the Crown to remove the Pasy r at
manifest no inclination to display a slavish acquiescence. pleasure had been already decided by the Coei, am
POETRY. As the Grand Duke Michael was lately passing through application by the plaintiff for a Mandsom to mrema hi
us lsh- the streets of Warsaw, accompanied with a brilliant staff, to that office. The office is worth J5U0 per anam.
PFrom n Er glat Paler. he wa shot at frm a window, and the shot killed General Observer, 1lh of Dec. 1831.
PARODY, BY A TIRED TORY. Bork, who was riding by his side. This fact ha not been Can a wa of deery" and ciliy," be a fil-
Is the walls of St. Stephen, mentioned In any of the mrian Puper, but is not the
aBloved and bold Wetheretl, les true; and thagh it i an act.whicb cannot be ont- ing attendant upon the name of Cauam aL. Surrn t
Unsilencei I still hear thee bawl. ended, it may be taken as an evidence of the etent to E. Argi .
Oh, lawyer! thus low I imllore thee, which the Russians are abhorred in Poland, and of the
Rcreive this utnd truth from my tongue, little chance of permanent tranquillity under their barba- I Jl th lU Jwica Cown, PhAJkn y 4 .
Thuugh each rotten borough ailor thee, rou tyranny. Lel, Jan. 14.
r',.. oflt ai the changes he ruan. Bristol has been long in a esate of paiiel exsitmre
Onlhy talh ( ellknow we may me sure, rm thM Gnreeock Ad rtiser, Jam~ y 13*. and the accounts from dat city, which we lay before a
Hhag oller, Luheedt.l would .all: WARFARE IN AFRICA readers this day, are as melancholy as the rest. The
Though his e)es. and his accent. od Fgeur, The following is an extract of a letter from an Offcer Court-Martil upon Colonel lBrreton has been terminated
Shs the truth of the bold Wetherlt. of His Majesty's gun-brig Plumper, dated Bathurt by a fatal event-the death of te Colonel. It appears
Rutthe aersa oration grows hateful, River, Gapubia, October 26:- that the ufortunato gentleuan shol himself at his own re-
When things are repeated ten time: We have declared war with the natives on the oppo- sidence on Friday morning. Whaeer the mrslt of the
Oiveme egdlea-it may be ungrteful,- site side of the river. On Sunday last a canoe cam over Cou-Martial might have been, it is evlml tha Colonel
ut i clock is more sweet than thy chim. herewith a flag of ttuce flying, requesting we would make Brereton wa actuated by humane move aloes the
A uaid eonfosion create peace, and they would concede to any terms we might course which he pursued during the in dauestsae ries
And am young boring word-ekler. propose; they were not however allowed to land, and were This feeling has added much to the res that s fa for
Like Pmred, may prolong the debate. formed it was too late. About a fortnight before our him A too sensitive deposition e to ave ban the
Tuo dent in vain I conjure thee, arrival they came over andattlempted to blow up the town ; defestf Colonel Brereto's chamctr. Its friends nt
At l:st we have all had our fill: but information of their intentions having been obinteed, lament that he wanted firmne of mind to carry him
Will nought from haranguing allure theeI the Captain of lthe French brig Bordelaii, now lying here, through a triql which probably would have ended, if m in
Then let us at once pass the bill, got his crew on shore, and employed il em in digging an a direct acquital upon all the charm, Is a way thatwoold
As a bruiser to combat advances, intrenclunent, and barricading the Island, and the natives have left his honour unimpaired. But the dread of a ds-
Anil deals, without eeumag has knocks did not succeed. The Governor of Senrgal is also come grce-a disgrace which be fault that ha did ot deserve,
io thou. with thy comical prances, to our assistance, but in consequence of lie. arrival of tho but feared that bo might wnfer, especially i a place dis-
IIsat nearly demolished the box. Plumper, he will, I unidrsanerid, return to Senegal, which lttbod by party-feeling--deprived him of the sea ry
Ah. tell ire, great lord of grimaces is in a very unettled state. firmness and he fell hvis own hand, a lamented victimof
'horse horrible French words come true; ** All the officers, with the exception of the Commander sensibility, driven to despair.
I see they have taken thy braces; and myself, have charge of small detained Vowll, to
uleu thou be" eas -celo tteuy" too charge of small detained, to We understand that the 00troop" thalt' eaerhed
I fly Iron the walls of St. Stephen, blockade the river, and to cover a party of blacks behang- U Li.ban for adisa have l aem elated, d tymatl
Perflound. bt Illa. Wetherall t ing to another nation, who being in dispute with te nation having received information that the people of that isald
At lawniiug. at night, and at even. by whom we are attacked, have volunteered to assist us, in were about to declare for Donn Maria. If thisbe correct
'Unileiced I leave thee to bawl. order to be revenged of their own grievances at the same of which we have little doubt, Don Miguel mt he in an
ANGUCUS. time. exceedingly bad way." We are further informed, upe
SAnpeslcl. There have been no serious injury done yet. It is good authority, that is aot the intention of Doa Pedro,
not intended we should laInd, but to lie alongside the point; in case Mldeira should not declare for hi daughter, to at-
Frm the Grecsock Advertier, of 1th Ja y. the land forces, with the volunteer native, are to go inland tack it. Iis whole force will be directed against the
to drive them in reach of our guns. Thne men are very tyrant in the mother country, and the general uiioe is
POLAND. courageous when we have but little force here ; they de- that it sill ie successful. Indeed leters lv been re-
Te ot of unhappy Poland, since its late overthrow, stroed a fort of ours on Barre Point named Fort Bullen; ceived front Lisbon, acrrdinglu towhich the dethronement
tt, perhaps, worse than has been anticipated, though they also shot the head piltl, and wounded the pilot that of the tyrant will, in all probabililybe accomplished will-
bily its calamities have exceeded the most gloomy brought us up the river in the leg ; this is to prevent our out bloodshed. In one word, his pretended friends are
ialenmions of an enlightened age. Letters have been slipping coming up the river, but now they see our force prepared to betray him.
al frost Warsaw to the 20th ult., descriptive of increasing, they begin to shrink back. It is said that we Jp 1.-The Parliament s again to assemble on
lutim which oItly Russians could perpetrate, and of shall adopt vigorous measures against ltlm, as it is of little Tueo ay and once more the moentos uestiu of Re-
which only Pol a have lately evinced. The use to treat with them, for as aan as our troops ad ship- orm is o be agitated. To thi subject all mds ae
nen of the lowest rank, have shown no disposition ping leave, they will make another attack. turne. to be ariated. To this subject l inds b ro
fferl with favour, or to treat with conflence, their I did not close my letter yesterday-consequently und.rtook !-l-haltjur is it tion may nou be pbaped-
d ppars. Thie former have proved themselves have a little further news respecting the war. We tat ureasonabl hopes may ot he indled !
manages than in the time of the monster Suwarrow weighed agreeably to order yogerday, and went over to th unroa o may
Ite Empreua Catherine. The natural conseqluenv Bsara Point to reconnoitre, whea we observed about 200 Bristol, Ja. 13.
lai et of mIttual hatred-of this intolerable despo- of the natives in intrenchments, and others employed in The Court-Martial here has ust terminated in a melas
.I r one hanl, and this patriotic indignation on the buildingatockades. We expected totake them with 150 choly catastrophe. Colonel Brerete shot himself thi
a continued seres of cruel and 'rtirnsinatilg troops and 30 marines, though the whole of the natives are nmorninc at half-past three o'rlck, at his residence, Red-
*e Ie part of the conquerors, and of inlilhdtal rw.- armed with long muskets and cutlass, and some of them fielhl liouse near this City. Te fatal act was committed
or attieilts at assassination, on tli. part of the are excellent shots. We fired two or three lung guns yea- in the moat determined manner, for the unfortunate ge.n
nd. Acordingly, so far ar. tihe Rua.ians .ItI terdl.ay, half charges, s that the shot should fall sorf tleman applied the pistol directly to his heart, and his death
ling themselves secure in Warw.d that ever air W.e We ad Captain Stewart of the Royal African orp on was instantaneous. It is thought that the evidence gives
Itaend it a great hloy of their troil lihave bein biaitd, and this was done at his request to make them ie- against him yesterday has acclerited a deed which be
-ied to remain counnntly under atim, and tm w lieve we cannot reach them with our guns, but we shall might have originally contemplated, in the event of his
mel their light artillery are kept harnresel to the bye-and-bye teach them very differently. We hear there; sing no chance of an honourable acquitaL The fact
nl and day. Ma.rshal Paskewitsch, who, proud is a frigate daily expected from England with troops, and were certainly too strong fou him to combat an as to via-
**tinliest over 'th Poles anl tie Turks, now pilu.s as I before stated, there will be little or no mercy extended dictate his character as a military man ; but he erred from
ualy on die eminence to which the favour of his to those savages whose bad faith is the cause of the wal. a feeling which does honour to humanity, and, therefore.
h raised him, takes every method of showing at This furt. together with one mile of the territory inland, his fate has excited universal comomieralion. lie cold
hsfeats and his ablorrence of the Pole. le drives was mado over tothe English by a treaty in the year 121; not endure the idea of sedling blood, even when the
the streets of their capital, where he is detelsed bhut the natives finding that the ground produced a specie urgent calls of duty considered it imperatively nceamery.
m l with a guard of Baskirs armed with bow. and of hemp, which is likely to become very valuable, now Ilistnactivity during the late outrages, while it tmut be
like an eastern pototate. The University ofi "t rposse ms elv o it." referred to this ause., cannot at tn same time be jstiued
w as I.en shut, ders have been given to all The Captain Slewart mentioned in the foregoing letter, upon any principle of well-direotd command. He failed
blis.hbenu of education to discontinue the tue of "W nderstund is our townnsan, who formerly belonged to embrace an effiient force in a moment of te utmot
piis language, and to allow the youth of Poland to the 4d regiment of foot. He was appointed by the danger; consequently his forbeasnce has been regarded
to learn Iussian. Tie French language has been Goveror of Sierra Leone to the command of me espe- as crimin. While, however, has fallen a victim o the
Prolibiled in all seminaries of learning, and for- ditio, lately itted out there, against the King of Brrma. remlt, h t l juastie to be stated dit undue weakma
even to be taught in private families. The des- who had commenced an attack upon our settlements i the and not clp iltetiom, had influenced hi
ie in their generation," jutly coclude that if Rive Gambia. Colonel Brereton w0a a widower, with two chi
ar French, they will r ad r bok.- ty in private life was generally respected and beloved.
Fch books, and imbibe French politic, they will 7- CARMICHAEL SMYTH AGAIN. sd fate ha greatly embittered the popular feig ag
Revolutionary, as to lave no further presence Paymaster of Exckhqur Bill.-In the Court of the Corporation of this city, and many person my that
thority of th autocrat, or r ate for the dicipline King's Bench, on Wednseday, M hr. Carmichael Smyth some leading mnmher ofU d' body mght to be mbjecra
t tL- All die property, landed a well move- brought an action against Mr. Luaham, under the follow- to an ordeal which Iho'ld try whether the i bave splri
ib e most eminent patriots, has been confiscated by ing circumstances :-In 1811 the plintiff was appointed to commit suicide.
n(Governmenl, though confiscation had long one of the Paymasters of Echequer Bils by Mr. Per. Ja. 16.-The approaching discussion i Parliament
'hanhed by Polish law. Thus the magnificent ceval. In 1824. die defendant was appointed in his stead are looked for with intense interest, ad the creation of
f the Di't, tie powerful senators, and wealthy by the Earl of Liverpool. The object of the action was new Peers gives rise to still greteranoiety and speculation.
hose away exit nd.el over districts like English to recover lse money received by defendant on account of There are two lists in circulation, but no reliance can bh
e' nw strip in l of Ile ir while inlhritance, the office since Janmary, 1824, to January. 1831. Tie placed on ether, as, in point of fact. the Premier himself
i to helgary in fr n lanp, if they cannot be plaintiff conrtndted thal Ia., oTlice was lu.ei during good ha., tip to lhis nioul, no plutise as.-r)nre that .he. nuli-
doiunest" ir t (,, ii,' r.,, la, tihe drmy, lin- bchdr. our. lie had ieur icag;ned the office; he had viduals to whom the honour has ILe-n trndlred, -ill arcept

Sr Miaama SrgvaLs.
jvasr l New Ya r Cesurie d Bag FP. from al si dea* ; one laep Irain of arillery i alIread) onl lihe -- h lihu l O each a ls
Th r. kis I ad u s Brib a .s ee em w t.s read froe MAltco, ald .anoler i preparing. The army Thi is wrong, unphilosiphical, dc result of
oae. The flm v Is qb meL s al dt e mw o his Lmo considerally allui enLted by the changes made in alm I li that cannot talk inatiresily ienH d web an A
*ullctrt he OI m amg i=w ts so l at Vl a-'i iliary colonies. Thi reiasosi for this accumuliatli. of cannot talk interestingly and well abo
t..I s -I l neI"' re altdsl worol ef a m e force in Poland are set avowed, but they naturally clcate F-gotism i a t t of Wleit, of unfour, t
trdIod r .El a ~Im hj a surAmire Ihl iumporlr projects are in contemplaion. of all that iakes table talk and 1it nr d
bKdg. hrhojlll i irea sI r" .u be Rumian*b *amnw on doubt are not allowed to penetrate All alk or writing, save that which is
by We^. men meal s Orik o Parlimmeot, athmt
byhe me a l rli t, o the I ou l L cetinltentins of l Empprtr say, that they books and memmy, in tim use of whichao '
"u0l ti at tbe gia le hp.L. t ae mi u lialY t e ave git offir a arm of the revolution ln Polnd, and that more conduit of ifounilation, and not a sprilgf.
lled. has eaocn li to di on lyct whic h ran manure ith co they are now about to attack its head. Poland itself can- truth and ateimnaot. Men congregate at Itl,
suamation of th ri w ad (wh me io mportanpI) of the het acquire an army meemlleive, fat she is rsal down, and may hlve from each other wlmt II ty caalo
happiness of his mWMen. The King a create a maay ite man ouf energy who brought on the Revoluion, aud all esncydoWdli-that they may read o,
Puwl as are, er m circo ml les aeay thow to he. naceswary Ihe nimfortunes conaeqent on its failure, are now scat- that, reading, they my mark, learn, and sl "
tor crrjiyi the iat mnti-.evolueinar) and ri.oiuitasialo.- tori n abroad in forJeig coiutries. A man that las no e tiam about him, hail,
rl for he r atrtion of the rel ntlire TIi valion i.s discoag, and if freedom is not able, loveable, del rul, about him. dl, "
s Pe will he rmetral maimeditely: the reu in a cao
chiortlime. The Hill me1ot pams. and tIhe ariilnmra shall I bro llno her from witloul, sie will niake no lir.her at. benevolent and a uoful man, for if h. i
aied i spite of lthemael.-ladael Tin5 of lt fIA Jan. "i"'ls lo atuain it. A journey of the Emperor to Warsaw Inuself for whom or for what will lie care I c
T...... .. '. u"l~ t1is ipokpkn of, but his is by no means probable, at least till station will be hardly his own: he may he a i
hi Cae. o M.eMlrli conthe fa following hipn t is e iring, en .e ny go to review the troops." prier, but when lO lhas been read through e'
lets fai s of Hr. Mattd, :-- The elc I aft lpraute "for hI-lIe may be livinglexicon, but wheon o rh1
lwelt a m'ne ra many aisrd, or.s, among olier, 'I'ina, Jan. 2.-The accounts from Italy are still very for -ulie may bepuliving hlicon, but when
IthLe i easu his arwria wih Irhe r a4ane bhla. U gloomy. It w.l probably be necessary to send againued hemay pulonthe f. It he toait
has Idr hely to be fola lwed wih wicoidse ble d a Atr troo)a into the Legaions, in order to muinnise u n' individulily ; without it he lmy be
,t. "iry. lae r he ouuirl s iot Ie i, iata'l>l fn the l tp. into tile Legatn, iT ord..r to nii. e i of thousand, but nobody can tell which. Aln grea,
i 6 t nd rL. will mth e o v i tn, lor nuloarinly ofePoe.-The oxpedition of ltma Pichaof l v of toir
Al>fhl^.ndll,,ar.,. *.II *. I, i..,!,! ,n t,- "a.,i,.,,h, .. )is' oii' . - .. been egotislt-not greater by virtue of eir little eilla.n.uml mayl e ealtsacitry io hr ptuhli,.i; nai l o.etI alract. mich atlntion here. The last noel front i by virtue of eir grearn
fist. hh mi l lre o In ionan lb the HcrIh Iank.. (ons.'tanti"ple moenionl&thlat te Porte is greatly alanmo muc talk about Lord ro ehibiting hine l
l:'replnh bi.ln a e hi llesr anid kep.l banks, while, are es- Ia it ; for .lould tim Viceroy succeed in his attempt, tim clharactlr from CA arold down lm i
Ith-l, hd on l:,dlllrgh. (.Nllan. Alerlren, Montroe and lTurkils Empire is Ithreuled with dulruction. An th toud he wd betr ?--lie rd'o to Do A
ilisrie. ih-rae oiIi hllkiml,,..iihh,,'m. in Ad,,tnlh what could ne do better-lIe fa11 cieo
-Jil. -e. r a, ha In loulli.c thhr Il amy nolw rwhKn mh i .v F 'Eotrac of a letter from Constontinople, lated Dec. 10: never could really fancy io ; lie miat have s
i6..r er ine int. their ha.ll vi .I the* al ulaias. ilb. IisI e The news fromn Syria formu the unival topic of liscus. ter r ; but he aid, that lier was such a difei,
inire day.-llow far oiirlr wh I.,IT have leI n auiluced lion here. IbraIhim Pach hasl gaindi possession of(;aza, various chlraecter delienated in his pooela. i'
*1o."1. itkh m wry wth Mlrhberl. r Ihi, lake of a hirger Jill;., and Cuill', without meeting with any resistance. could not be all himself. But they were, ery
ia,ierrl than wal a ml by msy th Itaeker tbuin ;m, ,i|,r- Ilis advanced Igard was near St. Joln's Acre. The them; and they had their interest by virtue of bi .
i'r. it is illltq.ible l sal,: al a., I he was, ishe lIr., Io'- Porte cannot yeit i.ndiuced to believe that the Vicerov lily with him. No man living, who has any tchole if ieog is am lIsmon. heres hua therF intends to throw oil his duty to hi Sovereign, at least it is all, has only one character. The greater aot .
The.ikar .lourrr ell .. while the l n. has in chail e.*ret ir. te cais allenapted 1o alike tim people believe that his exlidilion the greater the variety of his characters AU S
lme Ifor Ith tirnc k It i wi cmeiquoese uo somie alter- les ino olher olji.ct than a lm satisfaction of lte private peare'srliaractersare Shak pearesself--.h eiauei
r~en wllh ihe Albnln he IlAks. ahoaul lli riae .li cx lh.e anialloily of llIt Viceroy asminst the Piacia of Syria;, of hisi mind prismatically separated. No drami
.ilel nwhl laioni ran cio oni thaihe resolved tre Icorm Alalallah. A vety vsiere liinan Itus been published, make a character live tha does no live and ezL in
bi .L. o : ks it su never believed thai his prolits cuuld p ll cover the ellra se. ond,, the aidantage of uel- to the Sultan. The late intelligence flom Egypt, however, omoods of the author's len mind are still onbor-.wi w1 the imluseemnl In erry an t ing game. The proves that the silualien of alairs is in reality very dif- lay hold of the public, and the public will not lay hId
reas maale auria ealtlihanMenrl at Alsernlen an.d Mn e ferenlantcd that tlim PachR is prIpared for a long and ob- thlm. lHalet was Shakspeare philoophii,
were thee Sat rewaseion Waliedy hal with thie ountry. Wem
are glivn to maelrv nd that they were cried on with n niiliy s"inste conltet iltls the Porte, id the llreparations on this was Sliakmpeare growling-he did not record munily
andsu cneCs eelldom exceededl; tI t fliom ti it simnl, he side are not Iseo erioii.--'Tir arilies arre aunimentol, nnd lie had seen, he gave out that which was hinel al u
Ibil wlthklrnu. Mr. h14Mphen Marleay bring the Imanprier of the flwue is flilnin out, and will I- re':aly to sail in MarcI. hlioscll.l Milton wu an egotist. Adom wmMllh s
lit,.l ,a Alhnleen liite the Mlraminrs mnnl.ansitlu is now hlI ShIouild il not t.- empielIoPPd Ito co.nve. triO)s, it will at least Eve was Milton, and the archfiend wai Milala-k hy i
.Ie mIrty or a lr. Mr. lAemlr ial a Mr. Hi hirl.r,, rgeoilemro serve aI, hliork.le tilh cia.Is f fEcy)pl. 'le Randd Vizier, all modifications of his own mind. lomer .neE
aI lh"a -'galotal as .ond l, rom lthebe ,re'tvrin.,e,, we. afler reilucing S( ulari, retired In Mlonaltiz, anti it a appears and a l uollst of the most splendid dccrilaim. Jspr
S'h.i. Lao. s Ita h ie t tm1hes wille t.t ic se eprelhy Ii', that all military opn.rlionls hve ceanil for 1f e season. and .l-,Ig emnr, on, and Achilles, ae bul nnlof ilglh
Hi, tite iIs.,ill. a r, s ti mh. .a.fae t Iatteel ats In, ipphere .i The caitipalige in losinia will not com.lmence till the orons ol ole, soul of Ilooer ; in their langua
.i t we ai le 'ar Ia. the Stpuhi imon re'.o i tr i e iii li rl n pousI forth h6 own thought,, f4l'illgv, anl t tl.
*IMI rllll llhlllrhrj l i lrl lllellGI II|! l ll iinrf llllJ |U lll ll IJ'll '" I1"rl l "'wlll ll Orn 'llll r lu lP rll Itr er, li nl tM
.l' .1'. -i .uui Iw h- ra rarue-aoIaae cne ret-i-a Ir i .igor ? I o- ig'." lIout
t( ich unn..| ur ia htIi ai w b o mi-is ed u t -liiii ii 'ri. e fallowing ik a rracted front letter, i.aiird Tricte, I annot anyone of ordinary diasi -ariiiou read LordflBra'
-S.m. 2th DMil :-" A piarlt oi t\ie Nru ic isquadrn io1 wn Ii ersOal history in lhi0 own AWorka1 In likrn uar
P.,JiJan. I.I;- We areinfinrm l hvby n from I.on- artivedl at Tripoli, hil liis army is naing its upproaechn IHnmer. Salaklpeare, and Miltiln may l indidirvidll A
i ii..I li I InI lst. hllat le Cainrt (CIOuiIcil a lim i toards St. John ld'lle. \.e cxpe.t lo receive Ver cenea in their respective work. Homer wa ks
rr-,-l u|pon Ull ns.lmuebr oIf new Ponr to be rrMtal, a il shortly somiin t intiretling.F.ii a iccutl llilfrom tha qIuarter, iant the I Cki'' as s"re as a guln, but he weas a very lf' e fell
thll ili is.liilv,.lv live,. *aI a4. or ,'I. Amlunag, seat f tvl Sultan will be shaken, if tlae anibitious MAl- I H as n"o alrait i oLf lu le; this n eue when s me i
l.ur.l Ituaravir. Lord (Jormantowno (an Irish C'atlhlic,) luated Ali obtains suces. I is aIt is wrsi th le Ias hi' Jupiter. after which no Itan ered li e asnlid oll ni
l.ord I.i.irr. aad Lurd Rlosuns all Irihmen, are nen- secret alliances with several l'aclmsu, ul urge lini to nld- hien-plekedl. ''ie Iliad isin u degree a kinl ol por
tim'-d.L 'rThreel omlinanitin are made to sIy imnuwhat vonce upon Constantinople, and sei upol tie eovureigen' li;r lhen-lccked hulshands, anil to give them dip,
Ih. l|llirns" of lt i lrkh T'ls'tinlolf tl new creation afrim h conqred Sria. Mlalonaw Ala is apprt- .li""oer as Imtae upitc r liim uselltlis m I andsri s pl.
il ,nin off 'En.lh 'ers nHd somne Scotch ones. In ive dl lhe Porte may uLke somi ros sp up iton w s l oa Brin as homr was of a
malt,- w ruw d f English Paers araulan Scotch ones. Imsiva ll
'he prad .Inm wr. C,:. hi;r ,u'hon. rined nas Wed- iiis lai, and tl refore lie surrounds hiillll ruon.antly b S"ak-is we ae tllhdmnim wa deterl ,rmid to ih
ri -join or wetI'.01 rapt. flo"ithloB". arrived as Well- cum;y k% te-.i k-r in his lioiis nt, and when Er wan rebhllioaor itmyd
o,ly, ln,, e th n fre ale s ilanls. whiC he h e the tni h De)rc. per r upon ws Ie can r y.n rely." rtsr. In Ie Si>
to excse hersell; She CAaghl R Trartr. In tileSam
fI that hlns. the Ireant enthuslasm prevailel among the Pnr lThe arrd; .Naionale of Marseilles of the fth intl.n., an Igniter, los. wlnt an ud.iralln aln.eing do h Ie h~
ia,nl l em mo W they hIr tfe,. rce mn well arm- nounre he rrial of a vessel, whichh ilel (C'ons.aniople on Ioa o)er e t PhilislineD diral e t du Nitr des I)no .
r, lul ael smIIed,4 and mmnm melt flo resa t cae le thr e Nonmmbr, brinKlnN inlellivenre Ihal Ih' ftute the "nier tha thu Piltines give t in wile Itr.l tDth. is
ithm ut L~uhet where they doubled Dot thiy hsoulml hb able hiad decided ipon war Iigt the Irf Elgyp. smi thai rtal, in this time soul of Ilila wi* wrote the lIc-rim t
retflituly to nIeslai lia legitmale rights of Dolnt Man. Iha Oi(nmet Monaitr cuna mrnd a lur al declaroanmn to Ish discipline of divorce. In Iltiier we see Uth sue d11
In the early part of l cember. a ploi was discovered at laal, elff e.-Acconring, however. tit the last news firon, L'Costan and in Millon lie mnin. Ti deirend l front lie hiher
whicb had een formed among the Migieliles them, the object tinople. up io Dec. 10, which we have given from tlie Aian. regions of l)(wlry to lile lower world uf prowr, do In ast
st wrgic w.e to upew the authonrie in behelf of the young lurgh (azette. the abiare must he errunrousn. and lthe Ilrle se in Snmillht the mea ipersunnalily and aietm e
(Iueen. ItI w the inlterlio mf the conpirater to have as. had not then come to an open ruiulare wilth Mlehmerin l Ali. Mhilton, Byronl, andl t Whal aire Ihlrirm
u.lnlated i lihe lEnglish. Two or three nf the ringleaders The Grarde .Valinal should have publ.hed the article of the due, J'r;eri t "ick le. 'p., laor Trdil, ul
bail herl atel. smt nl rtwli lad bMe thrown inuo pro- Otlmmau AlOmirur, which would have pul an end ll nto all dluil. il. 'rr, wut Sitlle hia, lray p l r
auos.--Hlsamui TMbirpgo t canno,. ho, ever. be long before the numln.r of thi. new Issphrry ('liker, but Snile. hhn.irl playg all pa
El:tncl of ale ren from l shM. dated the flht -Thr Journal, tp to ullheti'innin(g oflDecemiber.reac ius.-I r TemPo sible prhnks. In a rwrd,l all ih udlln unsd r int "k
TIoenal ofr O.lip rl jl e insge a In eto dear Maesel Car. appears to credit the statement, andl makers the fullinig m- by tonlauo or pen, mint lie lhat whirh it is, or tht whidl
Ias Goelet de Medou. of S I ow l who wme reled h* iornrk nn il:--" Thu nrews is of the hinghe.t illportallne. mot lts aciuiredl; if it gisor unll l ihalt wichit ibacuiRmii el
laklng pan in the Re olias ims Ia and has bee thlre year only fior ihe commce o the Kast. but also Ior the poilteral it is a nmereecho of other's tholionghl, anil ad a ll riktain
in p~ao Joane Uetmm I'ae. sem d ub being n aecomr- .sirme of Europe. In Ihe slate of nsbjection under whlch the other's anrItirenmenqt; Init if it gist lfrlll that wluhirchlil5s
ilae m b*lar si hlbeen seerenced to be hpresea t the tIe- I ne is pllcedl towards Rsllsia. a war agaiinl the lnc'ha of is it original-erigoticial ; ami lu-in 0n imin aritlt hi s
,rulia of oL con ederte. and afleneards to be transported E:Ipt counl only be iurced by the im iigatIlh ('af he Ci history, if h ie a nimn of vehnil lo swill oe inImn
io Africa l rllf. Thke a.Gvernma has publlshed. l. .ntheo of S.L leienburgh. It is the custom of when i itisti r e call Uh l" b hPi on s a0 "
Ir( Demiitemll fHrir. a amplrt eatiled "..i m a Pnpon." preparing for e ois gt expedition, to ocrupy the Purle o r I t *er le call liumulf by hi own sona or an
ohe WNj/if remio'." rrmiing the mom violent relletr as It embarnn it in is pr.jec-i.-lII lill u durn liag e ar of forth unJl the name of Jupit sa I w namel t awJ if i e Preaeh Colul ha a y reeling landn, d now it Mn ll the Otuoman army against Eg:yp Climher.--tlas.
I(r rie heonom of hi couuml e wr ill immdnilely comm.i- We call the sltentaeo of the Pres'adent of he 'Council Io this
cale ii I ha k Govermeo. Te hred lon. instred of nlling rircumlsance: it istasre indiirallt of the ullcrior iunteuions of .
thel.r.. Dm U lia Migmel hope. hs produed hitherto IKana tha appelnm *aL t sig;t." FOR 'ALE--AI llkin 0s0 .
biaT Lt eea ntmid =ea partica i the mi m oanle PA.e, January 13. Bills of Lading,
mrso, who cry u daft ea atv.e d ishrised, and thatrthe
eul y liltamtv rasie i Mu mmr a "r The Menif denies to-day the nesl given v'leday Nills of ELclungo,
lactiom aI aae pmrs A Ihr imemedie as i likely to Il and de" dI'ay I-Iar, thai stiIessise refisal hadk been re"- Hills of Sale,
imoletive. HlNe e Batea Mw beme Vioant de coined from Prusia and Austria. We believe, Ioeier, MAlanifests of Cargoes,
rema-lt. Ikem the hmd complainis." and we know, that if a positive refusal I roin Ansria has Blank Forms for thle Customlul llaN,
The SA ia- Mrc gire thefollowlng extract nof "0 been received, the Minister hins received a commu nii- Leames slld Ilekmases,
l-et rftuo Berihida d 31:-" It is ot true tha I casion which very much resemnlls one, delt is to say, a G(eeral Court Wris,
tllhre see a Mear a gnat ialy Pole of distinction who communication containing conditions equivaislent to a re- General Court E:ecutions,
hows m es part in the Polish Revola iol. It h been fuel, because they cannot be acted on, belr tre iir priod Bills of Sale for Ve cssl,
.ae r ald ltil d hael ass a further r io h in aud. It is, to come to an understanding on these rondi- Mortgages (with bonds,)
a 1 Ih ml ion rm who *m Wiarnwdare Iot tion, that a new prnagation has been ltoughlt of, and the Warrans of Alttorey to (o'unfe Judlcmnnti,
veuntune inqui kr heir lnat friends,a s itoM Obe olution of a question is. ussatill delayed fTom day to day Powers of Atlorney,
sum,- i tsda tihe mpicima of goveamremt against which has already becn in agiation more than eighl Attorney's W'arranls,
hem. It is stated Itha Prince Michael RiarwiU wild imoulths.-Prirwal Correspoadrin, Journal do lHarre. Arbitration Bonds,
have had time to mape frco Warsaw bemo ie RBth s Raim Apprenice haIltentures,
forced thirway in, buIt nm d pmn Id aur e of E(;OTISM. Police Sanmoss,
(Je .a ".l Bearg lt he wesaw Mg bhe .a i .ah as m'hat can a man talk about, write hout, or think. about, Phe trniis,
his pArt' .lmioa do t O ith n d oot essm tmnuad. bus hiorlfe Whatl isthere interestingto others in a man litia Warraits.
li print' lss sia dimppsd Alm the ay witoat save a man'sl f-hl own absolute identity-tmhe core of Sublprua rits,
his narn t coonsefi serial what Wa became of1 h being, the necleas of his ismsione, tLughlts, and eto- Siblpu.-na 'ickets,
him." lions? Whltaitnan hasis cnmlparatively nothing; lial Infirior Court rits,
Tli' Au uglooirhi (.laeiteI of tle illh instant conlonie the hr is, is esery iliig. lEgotis.m is r shallow nini vilu- N. II.-Jub L'riI nlUI IIh nii ;ilnes I ladli
follow in'. frrim the fioniiersof Poland :-" The H inian operated as a vice, ,u lli themietr of scorn is lithe ortlion of' it liponl i ,iti laI |, au on aisitiial. it tILss1
trolop sltalton-d Ai t Poland an. r.reising ruinfurrements that tlian hose uniis talk is of' lai-slf', and who l, niks J,inuar "4, 1r 12.

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pdEig BICGa. Editor. WEDNESDAY. WARCH 14, 189. V@ OL.I-N1. LXE
THE BAHAMA ARGUS. Inurs, Ambamdedo-all tha cIlebnaed a or always U d himer ll. sad be conseedod that he
-- their country's mu in d th e i o revolutlo--roe Is had taIh oe right to b discharged, and dha he was
.rpsUauD sLUI-Wam.nKL IN MsaaUA, N. P. predicament. Prince Cuartoriski, who is row a Led entid e t toh emdumenta of the office. It was proved,
received notice only a few days ago, that his noble on the part Iof the defendant, tha dhe plaintiff had bee
Lt 1 er pe sanam--a sdvla at Pulawy, on he Vistula, where he had collected a nt for s for weeks together from the duties of hi of-
It mense library and a great museum, have been confiscated Ice in 18. For thi h was discharged. The plaitil
by the aumperor, and (oh despotism, how keen somethai had not conducted himself with decency and civility whea
is thy dart) transferred to the great enemy of his country, he attended at the Paymater's Office, which wa like-
its conqueror and oppressor, Paskewitsch I The Poles wie a cause of complaint. The Jury head a verdim for
who remain at home in their own land, watered with the the defendant, by dieclion of Lord Teamris wha mid
blood of their fOllow patriots, can do nothing to arrest such that it was proved the defendant had bee werll apipoted.
-military oppression, and suchbarbarous injutice; but they The power of the Crown to remove the Pay wn at
Manifest no inclination to display a slavish acquiescence. pleasure hal been already decided by bth C(oat, a a-
PORTRLY. As the Grand Duke Michael was lately paying through application by the plaintiff for a Mandanus to resore him
S.the streets of Warsaw, accompanied with a brilliant staff, to that office. TIh office is worth 500 per annum
From an Englin Plmrr. he wa shot at from a window, and the sol killed General Observer, 111A of Iec. 1831.
PARODY, BY A TIRED TORY. Bcrk, who was riding by his side. This fact has not been Can a want of decncy" and cieiy," he a fail-
Ilathe walls of SI. Stephen, mentioned in any of the island Ptper, hut is not tle
aond sad hold Wethenll,1 k-se true; and though it is an ct, which cannot be cor- ing ttendent upon the name of CaLamakeaL 8111rra
Ai dlwoing. at alight, and at even". o
Unt.leced I still hear thee bawl. tended, it may he taken as anwvidence of the extent to E. Arg.
oh. lawyer thus hlw I implore the, which the Russians are abhorred in Poland, and of the
Ieerire iths lunl truth from my tongue, little chance of permanent tranquillity under their barba- IFrm tLs Jamaica Caiont, Pkrasy S4.
Though each rotten through loree thee, roua tyranny. LeolI Jan. 14.
To, oft aas the change lie rung. Bristol has been long in a slate of paiful elxceam I
OnIhv faith I well kiiow may rest sure, F om the Greeunc Advirtiser, Jamary 131t. and theaccount from that city, wlich we lay before or
Hi, ult ers .nheel.ld waulI aldll: WARFARE IN AFRICA readers this day, are as nielanclhlv as the rest. The
Thmuug bis eyes. andl hes accent. asd st0us, The following is an extract of a letter from an Officer Court-Martial upon Colonel Urreton hau been terminated
e truth o the bold Wehell. of His Majesty's gun-brig Plumper, dated Bathurst by a fatal event-the death of uth Colonel. It appears
gtthe mret oration grows hateful, River, Gapabia, October 26:- thatthe nfortunte gentleman sot hinmelf at his own rc-
Whk things are related ten times; We have declared war with the natives on the oppo- sidence on Friday morning. Whatever dti reult of td
GveOrl egdeal-it may be ungrateful,- site aide of the river. On Sunday last a canoe came over Court-Martial might have been,i it evidet that Colonel
B8t i clack is more sweet than thy chimsa herewith a fagof truce flyin, requesting we would make Brereto was actuated by humane motion alone the
h ibbles of Wynn the Oracula peace, and they would concede to any terms we might course which be pursued during the lass fratuate rIots.
A Issid confusion create;
ai my young ring wroe-tackler, propose ; they were not however allowed to land, and were This feeling has added much to the regret that is fal or
Lake Pmed. may prolong the debate. informed it was too late. About a fortnight before out him. A too sensitive deposition seem to have been the
Tw dient in vai;; I conjure thee, arrival they came over and attenplted to blow up the town ; defedef Colonel Brereton's character. Hi friends a
At last we have all had our fill: but information of their intentions having been obtained, lament that he wanted firmness of mind to carry bim
Wall nought frm haranguing allure thee the Captain of thle Frrncli brig lordelai., now lying here, through a triil which probably would have ended, if not in
Then let us at once pas the bill. ,ot his crew on shore, and employed allrnl in digging an a direct acquittal upoo all the shares, oI a way that would
A a bruiser to combat advance., ntreochuent, and barricading ,he Island, and the natives have left his honour unimpaired. But the dread of a dis-
Ani deals, without ceasing, his knocks. did not succeed. The Governor of Sei-gal is also come grace-a disgrace which he felt that be dil ot derve.
Is thou, with thy comical prance., to our assistance, but in consequaoce of the arrival of the but feared that be might suffer, especially in a place dis-
Ilut nearly demolished the boa. Plunper, he will, I understand, return to Senegal, which turbed by party-feeling--deprived him of the nececary
A, tell Ine, great lord of grimaces is in a very unsettled state. firmness and lie fell hy his own band, a lamened victm of
Those horrible French words come true; All the officers, with the exception of the Commander sensibility, driven to despair.
I se they have taken thy brace.; and myself, have charge of small detained vessels, to We understand that the 500 troop that had embarked
Must thol be In -r.-lori.led" toot blockade the river, and to cover a party of blacks beteng as Li.en far Madeira have be reinded, tdh tyray
Id" frol the wails of St. Stephen,
tound. hes Csllut, Wethera iag to another nation, who being in dispute with fe nation having received information tht the people f that islad
i dawnsug. at night. and at even, by whom we are attacked, have volunteered to assist us, in were about to declare for Donna Maria. If tisbe correct.
usldenced I leave thee to bawl. order to be revenged of their own grievances at the same of which we have little doubt. Don Miguel most be in an
ANGLICUS. time. exceedingly bad way." We are further informed, upon
Analastic. There have been no serious injury done yot. It is good authority, that it is not the intention of Doe Pedro.
not intended we should land, but to lie aloingaule the point; in case Madleirs should not declare for Iais daughter, to at-
SIthel Greaock Advertier, of 13tk Jauay. the land forces, with the volunteer natives, are to go inland tack ir. Ilas whole force will be directed against the
to drive them in reach of our guns. These men are very tyrant in tIh mnotlhr country, and the general opinions is
POLAND. courageous when we have but little force here ; they de- that it will le successful. Imleed letters lave been re-
i of unhappy Poland, since its late overthrow, stroyed a fort of ours on Blrra Point named Fort Bullen; ceived from Lisbo.n,according to which tim dethronewu'nt
perhaps, worse titan has been anticipated, though they also shot the I*ad pilot, and wounded the pilot that of the tyrant will, in all probability,be nccomp'ishe. d will-
its calamities have exceeded the most gloomy brought us up the river in the leg ; this is to prevent our out bloodshed. In one word, his pretended friends are
ans of an enhghtened age. Letters have been shipping coming up the riser, but now they see our force prepared to betray
frous Warsaw to the 2(hh ult., descriptive of increasing, they begin to shrink back. It is said that we Jan. 15.-The Parliament is again to assemble on
Which only Russians could perpetrate, and of shalladopt vigorous meaures against them, as it is of little Tuesday and once more die momentous question of Re-
which only Poles have lately evinced. The use to treat with them, for as son as our troops and ship- orm is t be agitated. To this subject all mnds are
se of the lowest rank, have shown no disposition ping leave, they will make another attack. turned. How imln]rtBn it th it shoul properly
with favour, or to treal with confidence, their I did not close my letter yesterday-conaequently undertook !-tha jusenpertati ons may not be abperl-
Iqorn. The fortter have proved themselves have a little further news respecting the war. We undertook -t jus eopec may aon be indulged ab
ages than in the time of the monster Suwarrow weighed agreeably to order yeerrday, and went over to that unresonbl es y ot e indulged
Shmpress Catherine. The natural consequence Bara Point to reconnoitre, when we observed about 20J Bristol, Jan. 13.
*IS of mutual hatred-of this intolerable deepo- of the natives in iotenchments, and others employed in The Court-Martial here has just terminated in a melan-
t one hand, and this patriotic indignation on the buildingstockades. We expected totake them width 150 chlly catastrophe. Colonel Brretow sho biasmslf this
0a coontilue series of cruel and iterrniatinairg troops and 30 marines, though the whole of the natives are marnine at half-past three o'clock, at his residence. Red-
t ae part of time conmnrors, and of inlluiual re- armed with long muskets and cutlass, and some of tldem fell ll,,use near tlis City. The fatal act was commuted
r attempts at asrsril ation, in ilthe rt of tie, are excellent shots. We fired two or three long guns yes- in the most determined manner, for the unfortunate ren-
Accordingly, so far ar,, the Ruosians vet erda.y, half charges, so that ti shot should fall short. tlleman applied the pistol directly to Isis heart, and ha dealh
a5i themselves secure in Wir w, that er since W'" 'lul Captain Stewart of the Royal African corps on was instantaneous. II is thougthat tha e evd.nce given
red it great holy of their troops have board, and this was doe at his request to make thlm he- aainst him yesterday I accelerated ded wich he
to remain tlndir atln, nd tla h live we cannot reach them wilh our guns, but we shall might have originally conlemplat.d, in the event of his
dleir light artillery are kept harnm-d o the bye-and-bye teach themvery differently. We hear there seeing no chance of an honourable acquittaL The fact
ail. and day. M.rshal Pakewitsch, ,ho, proud is frigate daily expected from Englandl with trip,. and i were certainly too strong fir him to cunial s as tu via-
n" tet over li Poles ani thla Turk s niw n as I before stateil, there wiU be little or no mercy extended dicale his character as a military nan ; but le erred from
e-l o t. emioence to which the fvin r of lis t"o hose savags wiose bad faith i the cause of the wat. feeling which doe honour to Iumaninll, and, Iheiefure,
rised him, takes every method of l loing It Tlis fho, together with one mile ofl h territory inlnl, his fte has excited universal conmisration. lie could
cehi oren cco PtleP l. Hdrivres ws ndc overto the English by a treay i the year 121; ntt endure the idea of i edrlling Ilood, c en when time
i streets of their capital, where he is detetel, bitt the ntives finding that the ground produced a specai e urgent calls of doty ren il.retd it pinturatirely necessary.
it a guard of Bair, armed with h and O mp, ich is likely to become very aluble, now t ivitv during the late ourages. ile it nt be
o sksohmlwtion sr a Okirso onef with rerend, P r hi likely v er Csueble, ladini m bris
a an eastern potentate. The Universit of nt to repossess themselvesof it." referred to this cause, cnnldt at tle same titte Le justified
ien shu Orles lave been given to all The Captain Stewart mentioned in the foregoing letter, upon any principle tf well-directed conlmautod. lie failed
A .bee prOrtde leave been gi ven to all
al of education to discontinue t l tis of we tndestatnd is our townsman, who formerly belonged to embrace an efficient force in a moment of the umosl
sohlaai o ead to allow the youth of Poland to o4d regiment of foot. He was appointed by the danger ; consetendy his forheance has been regarded
arlusaisn The French language has hen Govror of Sierra Leone to the cmasd of In cape- t criminal. While, however, he has fallen a victim to the
iodin all marie of learning, ia fer- ditio, laely filled out darem. igist the King of Bmrr. mult, it glhi justiw to be stated thai undue wesk .
Io be taught in private families. The de- who had commenced an attack upo our settle ents in te and sot culpam intention, had inulueed la e
a i their genertlon," justly conecelde that if Rive Gambia. Colonel Brreton was a widower, with two child r
SFrnch, heay will read lon, lyh books,-e f thee in private life wal generally respected and beloved.
bih oks, said inhbibe French politics, they will CARMICHAEL SMYTII AGAIN. dad fate has greatly embittered the popular feeling aaime
m- utionry, as tohave no further reverence PayMster of Erckcqr Bila.--ln the Court of the Corporation of tlli citv., and many peremou y tit
Yi y of the autocrat, or taste for the discipline King's Bench, on %edmedaey, iMr. Carmichael Smyth some leading members of Uhe body Mouht to be wsbjected
hhe,0. All the property, landed as well u move- brought an action against Mr. Laiham, under the follow- to n ordeal which ehoild try whether tay W have spirit
S ost eminent patriot. has been confiscated hy ing circumstances :--ln 111 the plaintiff was appointul to commit"uicide.
governmentt, Iliougli confiscation had long one of the Psavmrsuters of Exchequer Bills by iMr. Per- Jro 16.--The approaching discussions is Parlimant
iead by Polish law. Thtus the magnificent r val. In 1824. dtie defendant was appointed in his stead ar looked for with intense interest, asd the cretion of
thlit Diet, Is puierlol enntors, and wealthyv by the Earl of Liverpool. The object of the action ws new Pengives rie to still greater anxietaly and speculation.
away extended er districts like Englih to recover the money received by defendant on account of There r Itwo lists in rirculalion, but no reliance can he
"u o.trilnl"el oi IIlir cinicl inlritace, the office since Jan.ary. ]824. to January, 1i&I. Thile placed on either, as, in Iint of fart, tl' Premnier himself
t d.hgbeu ry in far,ai ldoonl. if they cannot be pl intml contendlei that I. afi wa II dra an h, a ttii n, aaaaa,' a.,arni td n ti teh-
f tir tdroam Wa r. r!. a:: tIe arm, hsin- behliatour. lIt had tucur rci tncd the aitce ; Ia had to whom the honor has lemn tnarcul, wll s
li ril, t,, .,,; h ICU c cA w.i&35 -.; tsHs i ccp

IIc a lam ? random
.. ....m.nhavoea 4Im t bya ll d u rrptiiutly bto ovenoeL bim,) declared in parting nd perhaps re shim, ri dan ~
Isis t=pru tihmv d-s boer The isicn, dfe had bhae" dve. from the boom the crie fur which he ned.
Ansii-Ief rpe d l Mul e clrJ a ropen, ..muy;" word dimcov rd ne, to havelble eqnlukahnt Im,
--the mseive at id y bveio,--a if ims declarato of a transe of himself, by regsr ark, yuar obedient mrvn,

muas,L, thrhor,|intsaiel.p iorMvutoi h iiind Rod- bprared to subvert i ;o forgetting hts. wh -re We cy event took El ce lleny %p Twn,
M111ien prlow~biiabls ml lt, place in Spanish noedde n, yONtaii.hf

ing, that se Ituse sould, probably, go ita Commistee ladn liberality, the public troaury had harnduoaely re- as half pa. lie o'clock. In hi death, he sa
on lie Thursday or Friday alter the r-emnbling of snnerated is, wilso waat theo ti., a public ervanto ,d a public lo..
Palilmenti ; bet mtha arrang1te aso i likely t inter- and whom best eluits, in strict jostics, could only hbe t
nplOe by te Scotch a Irisd Memneis, wHse Con- vitrewed sr honest dBichare of a positive duty. As ees the Hif a Croinicle, Femia r

e t__hat the Hidsen so prob yab.o it Co mmit .ler, some aEuelese was to I re deased ho raise a prepon- SAINT LUCIA.
derating weight, tihl might serve as a blind to the Ministry;
n the 'harsday or Friday after the re.ibliof od nerated i, wh. Wai ot the i c public serv te l I terestn, tatter is us.

P TalisR O St ; but thst arnerdid too ap kay of mater, to d on be wor bdoes Gloeof the 9h Jn u ry :
=rupld b -i upon by one s dadigningh nd vmnl. I would hereewd Onn Thursday, just hefooe putting our pap,, fy
WlKoaKs DA SA C H 14. I .l you whatmust a appear almost an ano mlly in honesty, received accounts from St.Lucia ofA "ome
r -m nt of the repres-unlv-onu while he currootou Ili private interest Wepur to threated ""n y nwstat that re dm Ct
The frt uisay Mal wasrecived in Kiiagtn,. ja- el that way, w.a one of she s.outest and note violknt or ailod in sIte island amounted almost so cli a.
na,*. an S rIsy. ae 2h ulil i i n crs by hrlsimie' s t on, o aim *m tritlisgnatue wilhthe 't a entirelynpeide. The oerchansm
n r, Lieu. ul, af.or, in5 frost coloured subject now advernsiag, because mid currant keeper had refused to open their sors and,
packeL unr yardd" Leul. usford, in 45 days ,private interest i ar opposite direction, an op- seqence of having been re uired to sLae o
fr. FAal ubsih, lass Barbipurdo, wall Londono da tee posler erele.r pay enormous taxes in advance. L'pon lthisa
the 'IhI of January. Seven year. ago, a man of colour requested to become being commuicated to the acting Governor, Li
-a .nslnhr of a lodge of Frectnasons, of wlhich, if my Colo"ne BoUsan His Ex"ellecy 1Wi an embargsIo, m
Wr .i u.ND I A 1 4 informustion is correcl, thi very worthy genlllrin.n war, c seive l pourt. A gendem.n atcm ptingi lgmstmo(
T'he srhuan Morrniag Star. Cnlptai, Cooke, arrivl ,ll | npiud, Wurasimful Master: hi sunpr was estremely Halifax tnder of the harbor goin to Marikm a,
ire rfrees Kingen slingingg at Cruoked island) uis viole-nt at whie the pr current of sonr i f is t col ur," anil stopped by the Comptroller of HisMajsty'sCto ,
iaturimy st, bringi ig ti, Jnceivery Miil, annl lis1, oJ e- is tlae nw cramps pa o extension of privilceu of frc 'r ged nle mtie te Attorney General. Tel, d
Janicasai newSapr, th 2l th biI ulmiia,, fr nas of clunfrerl prtei ti. oT, ianold ti morilig nature, with the ,a no ers Old io ens i out han ere taMe were n n h d
liicla we .avepcoalu, lengthy mad1, iireiuntiig extracts.c ofi,, rises" i; n ti,, 551451c, they laavo gone lanhcr--rliey tle uov,.rnnonl office, ahire thley were oprani: arsi
icharel, woeluvrl lnredl y ad itl g erac. su In hole nan; and should e aid uIr- rles liha' six hiligly respectable ne rehaus erne a
Tmlu latest L e.duon, slates nrcUisel allsere, wore to tHe 21st une run his bark in shre, uumn is eiony, I up c d om d tl o priso onupon a lrg of hi
of Jah urve e y anoelar reml lhat arrived in a lJsort pa- he will abe l goin readv oic mloure o resil his ailbs eithlto The ground on which tie charge ai pr eretendid Le
nI. ; n, laser, however, tllua tlat received by the wiondandt to rum bick into, his rlrmner channel, ol" A ite been founded, amounted to conspiracy against Ihe Gte
,t Hl" b're. oriolocrolirfrrf;m." hlist mMrttS, upon Co r,,n.rlete and esnlt. Thle fact aA that the niercthanunts bavi
We e. eu. "o Or d gt ,% totalsa clunge of orndiuct a uuld iave co nisnel rwa s etremel ed that his Caellocy lud drawn bill for 5""ri
Wore (r s e (IOrder in Council" had Imet ith ,o a, i ni constant deM clion of their siko; buti oa iheLord s o i Mjes Tre ry, ic a .
saturday iecad otp sition t aJl us cheered, and foni as if te period of ra M alse honte was inaplicible, alike o o free dragged Martinique l or tie purchase of pmirisim
rnprenmulonsrWl have btu made to government. iro s morals as to manc.ns, he dcteriined at once, to do wiat dmemed irs udent to apprise their correspondm hime
, by she cinquerd Coolol. Things areas aa most dse prudence dictaeul to liais to do at frt bisully, viz. to write tha the bill i all probability would not he i ao .
lhih sat in l1 Isad o Trinidad. Planters wo for putlicriion, whenever y nd wlneruver be could rtnd lhst, in tie evens ofis, being returned, ltrhpner as m,
Thpe I sta London eo land eofTcev id adre, were protep publisher, tiradlo s and ns crriliti, o directed principally in the colonial chest to discharge the amount, Igi C
ofue use year ag dumed opulent, and ho prospects arginrs their Speaker o Assac bly who had succeeded being in debt by the Treacurerk' account, up rtenl hi
wee L;rig nt, 0 o ,w by the tasu res of (iovernoen to hiis prejudice; thus swing in tire le rongest manner, cenbenr, fu)0 sterling. His Ecirllacy am en. tle a
redm l t a s" r of poitiv bankruptcy. Should Great the extreme venality of his mind, which had sacrificed the this ccaTin fetabis th hei inrcapacity to perfus a
totarl:duou dulics of tile iniportttiit silu iioii he nln Ird
rie los her Colonies, and In Colnc with d nm, whence thnest elings of honour at te shrine of diu s tnent. ad that hiis of the iportanyit ariou he ills. r M
il a firm and ee te i cuooops in the colony, he comirenicedi by asserting in a ing f ave.
amnliau 1 It may e anwered by the San,-from d lette addressed to the governor, himt himself and tie said It "I'l"ar tat, in order to replenish the ephr
Eu. DBi uM the eve of a war with Roeia, houtd i hopeful e, were owmasgd ao vacae their seasi in the sury, and to discharge tie arrears due to rpblite ,
ense, may thos phasemlons mt deemed afe t Juldging (menoral Assemnnbly, on arcout of their being te only per- what nnutig to no les tihn 8,0U sterling, tie CMuq
feo by he ed o eriein character of tin Ea eror Nicmot d- ins capidble ufdirectdng thlins, and that arrganc was in an Council deemed it ellcaienl to signtl berai
l.rab, sould, i |rn Iucae of Trisidad. Plntersa who fu r ilue way u fheair d aihne a.s tiy ple; anoil vd way of taxation, and to comioand the taes to he peidm smm
b ould prumscn~ou e eir slafty alo be atnmping t rla utrh of their assertions, lie prmniltCted one to prior to thLe 2th ins. In addition to trhese mr ai
nut &mre o, at sir present crisis, tian tIha of our fellow sign the, doment firstel, ho ca dinn spell trn coinull inpoitiolons, le urchsanlts were ordered o pmoun ide
culuouist or lhe West. wonls correct t l, inauccession. Adieu 'You shall su ordy beinv with licet the This urery pecomnt, oriluy tlea,
have more from, would have placed then so far under llme eindalian
AM o sitie bankruptcy. houldGret the e Dtrme r brother troul of the Government, as to render them liarh
LAriET LARKINS, ESQd IRE. TO IS BROTwhERe fst fafectionately caprice of u ny despotic chief, wo ouhl witrhirksa
JEEwi IAl LARKINS, OF LONDON. LAHE L w tRKINS. encey to pleasure. A remonstranceag ainstdupe o
NaUae, N P. 12th March, bEN. e_______ exac ions was prepared, anti His Exicell cy e A-a
My dtw Jerry-Ym u wil doultlere wonder a tlle cause Nin Governor was earnesly peniliuned to riucelte ss
of any very prouactl stay in hi very obscure corner of h m ernra, March hl, 1. to t he scale ol last year, and to klet the be epli ad
the wrd, but my object is auwacwient; and I have, as To t o Ediwor olf th Ivacat thrgei usual time, te ichall June. Ilis Ecellenca v de wop l
an obserer of N. lure, mae onriisal speciniens ot that Ms'enral E'rbl,-My sacntr 'a theicehn avithn been hold cede to this very reasonable rcqst.l; and the en
death's hendirprk, is other apple politician of this little ensous l to undertake to wine a ltsler to a riaend, (ser and Chop-cileemer determined on rloaing thier *
Kingdoe of Lilliput; some at whom, areas notorious for i'r-an-Law,) in England, in wltich she states, ile hears anl shops, and to pay no taxes until tle eno auisu
i'r ruihtricks, as any of our diplomatists, upon a th d in editor *will I soon wanting to conduct your paper, consnt to sonte accommodation dir tlir relief. mtl
Ltarger scale-wilh this diernee: that nour staIIesmeno are allow me the privilege of iving her a half yard of my was only one exception, and tihe inividul a
grn dy of the pase of their follow men, only, rhile die ton"e- noly Ialf a yard-and to tell cler, s o lhai sprung viously paihl lis lev Tho s reoliilrden *was ridl -
eod of al Bahan tratagie a, to skure the reversion of the 'ine Tf her leIarity. and, i I am nilt really misr effect oin tMoilay., seI Tisit January, wlorin oje dc
as place, othe eside vahe of which will not avceed taken, w"ill e obliged to livce-ye, andi di-an old stores, dae. in Castrie were oa rlInel. Iumari it
UilA) Strling-, e which imene um i exectancy e" r no B ohamio willever w* to ,is ar a war tun o rent der inpernliver te rene new s lae ob,
Ja wio lhav rni cI a preansiont o talent are an- etan, wlo could so far forget h, r rnesperability, as to o stcarve the lanye sNpotic hiefl, n d
give exactions was prepared, and His Eacellrscy the An

snt to do aB aner of dirty work ; calou to tIe remi- allow herself to be called a satellite o any Ian who issue an illacil ovrn roclarnaetiin, calitine o alii,
uacsuecn of gratiude, the calls of honnur, or tle future would usite the liberty of the perts, and, by his mwhit- jcs, so resnie tlheir several callings, Ilnder phis d
wlfare of thet society, on which all they hope fr, nations,. prodlcconvulsinonsin tins c.nsunii-shl in- prlsecutesliforhighlcrinels, anml intislemeanmuos.
wor tlda can b deOnbed by tm e parents I haer, or hbiant of which, have ever been famre for tth concert lowing is the powerless docuent:-

Srv o i" liput, moy r o f ucnys of ma y M trI ing w-h ,M a otien "St. Luhis.-By His Ese ellency Lie
yde 'se hIuaenit ackn f goe, ou, Isre p el m time o thime, lit t hoild -I believe i a wforger, ad te production of Mart Anthsned on close *in r
give ye a cortied detail of them, with my ideas of nsme F-iwran-inne wretched monsters, swih wher mend to pay no t ers until tlimi
KIa r~os ouillrks. u dased rian of r mheato iname waned iayosam -o Moo wanting o oduct your paer, coent ve so nmeommoda the Iland T
sIrt munimerit testing dliermo o. tha our sith m alsl a the p rivilege of ad d active a ard o y was y oe emissions of hee individuM A Bol n.l
Priyr to the rival of their pra foll governor among B ou half a yard-nd o tell and hit indeed a foru- iWhedra it has pe re.rd to ae thaton d
e a l a v pgy, t I my- ad idividasa have conspired and cnisihim a'
h oi ai a ls, ih o itively prphe rveri of e m, ** of hert honest hand a whip. and oppnse th measu sof the Executive G(.
thmepu them ir o oloher cd tl coo*iUo And lash the rascl naked through the wodI.." this colony, ad ave induce ode rs by tlie
it E orhi oias t er wa h a e, ao g "ter coin- I am, Mri. EdiC er, and sIl to* co-operate in such neasre n: tad
s ec -a it ere ts h ad ed a ms t s 'i*l sec he sio n. your corrvspon nl ent, under tIU influenc e of su cli ilklegl mn hslatiowa% S
Syt eamlat roed the yi, aimd the various epad s of o CIIARIY I AMSetITTOM. toras d in Sthop a ofr i e Tor o have he. ra;,s
Spa, ad gh could s'o far forget her res.,pta s c e a etos d
ed o eary vie0 pret lnsaironl ad r pectfuy of, th iaopunity ; and have o starve the lv di ltrsui privrian by Iucb proceediat-l:
aet t t Magrtate y is or to t ey i awllo sq se ler hard when le gets a chance. such ensure are a only calcsulat d be l
icnsc ohfe rad so qutrrelled, hof minds of he inhabi- C. R. teleds o render inoperative 1 un, rs Pe s orfbede
uill of that soci ey o n. which all they hope-- f ie netions, I'p o 0o d ucecur lSlOnS i hig cin l lis ihe lUres

s.t were roused, aoa oe. eb prwemons of as ter. sad ds t a I WI f 2d of Novebnser l ss for e nl T iiex'or sI
frien u dt ieats oe td As a coony, y aven. "'ml"io Ia ene
of a more decee tne, of conteps ad dislike. To the ditor of rti flhonAr Patie. nceI otMaesty ni, rnWy dd yu v y nd IM.TI .
Abm tso hi time, the liou of Asurmbly ras convened, Ml nat narl,-T b writer of M n. RanmsboLmn' letter ard re lave population o tclleni nLc .t
wernn car u quence of to Speakr having left th Is. in tie last Royal Gall e, ai teim ning to ne to b a certain of MIbli y t obtain ulies of e anld cl1in11
d, it bami necessary o choose e nom dr: two genlde- library c mer, who dretc l marine i alhu wny w portion of ehi s MajOs fe Admitet ser
me weie pormnaed a candisdei, for the thlir. Thne yar ago,as from tIe clomluds, I would rerinnend hlim to duct is calculated to pr Mlule eitrnfenrt sm'i
mnnges canlidt, was elrcl, when the senior (wl,o ,intrs e tim journey to New Orlean, cliv.l he ls so pthe ulaton an ms t ip1n s c.nsel so
h 11 tin' sil..n iru..rl, aiid iluMrled it, as as, s .llort.d bt tine claey aIn dt nau ine ea assui.fd. mWuity i hlurcep and to anlordmi erli of tritm1aP`4
saidh ,v snuw, frmIn, mniaOtivIs ltar, 'rcial Ii. tie attacks Dren l of a ti.r and fearlmr usnishn, as well as Iminn slave poptulaun as h niiesrons r ai nlibi tS
uwoet om a Inis l ea i ma ai iltr is enlom~ 1,a t.llmtn ling b nt a .h ea bt tf a e te .S, o. nr .- thrry. tl iaa ed ., ,,is l ,,ine. \a 1. av induced is t" n.

tsWIalnama Urgine,

.4.the IDO uovernaent oi ulnt Iuc a, acting prison. Ie acI they cmninettd--etol apprl thar
o.. uh rity in -m vested, do hereby proclaim that curre neds that a 6 wi eomoia ao eM-
' wh have hereIolore entered intoor may here- camnI. ma lo the crime hnpuled to he. They w
"r, ingo such illegal combination will be held rt- in boaitNbeod Is communicate thisfiormattes, knowing
,i Iihe Laws for high cries and misdooemuena as they did, tha a bill draws some moasdru asldendy, fr
Is .ishel arccrnlinlly. And I do hereby order due salm oI 99, was not honored at the Treasury.
d ill Merchants, Shopkeepers, and all other If by lpi y ike this the acting Governor weold dialI-
lhais town, and throughout thI colony, concerned guiah hil admialhrantiu, the sooer the reu are ot o hi
tgi l b mbination, to re-open their Stores and heads the bater, since dtey could scarcely all iltoe or.
a"d lally rsumne their several callings on or be- We know not wrLr he desire to em ill at his caqda
aSndv orniing the 2l Ialant, under pain of the to that of the isca ii bigot who oppremes Spale, or to
Sar'c A i And I di hreby order and re-command that of the younger tyrant by whoe the real dignity tf
e. jtj'tv's Loyal Subjects within this colony, to go- Portugal i usurped; but we trust he has been mereal th
j lvees according to this Proclamation. instrument of another, and that ie will discover i error
* Done at the Governamot Oice in C.striea, is time to think and govern for himself.
this 18th day of January, 1832, and in the
Second Year of His Majesty's Reign. CHRIST CHURCH PARISH.
s lis Ecelloecy's command.
Chief Secrl'ary. "l AVING fixed the God mve the King." f per barrel of superfine Flour, Ordered, dalt ie.
Sno one hbeded so puerile and conteoptlible shilling Loaf do weigh 2lbs. 4t.., and thesixpenny Loal
Maw no else heeded so puerile lnder of the Vestry.
a tra q .to bear patiently the oppression of lDby orer of the Vet Vey
ide~i rules; and the merchants treated it with V' as t Roon, RthI March,.stry ..
eigirit. His Excellency the acting Governor
sdsed another measure equally consistent with his A GREEABLY TO NOTICE, Tendersfor printing
-al miiovernnmentL Instead of calling a meeting J dte Laws, &.. ofthe Bahanas, wre presented to
ejprivvt Cuncil, and eking their advice, he hurried tim Board of Commissioners from Mr. NRtL M*QUE N and
r, on the 17th, an extraordinary Council of irre- Mr. (GenIesn DBIGO ; When the Tender froni the latter
Jpeirn.ns-lor however responsible the publicc of- gentleman being the lowest, tim same was accepted.
C sairen s their inlitvilual staious, they are not nccoun- By order of the Conlissioners.
f,,r other coum-sl,-and proiHeeded to deliberate with GEO. AII.MBRISTER, Clerk.
iChliiifJti'ce, Prolrclor ol'Slaves, Registrar of Slaves, 13th March, 1832.
ti Secr-adr), Atourinry-Generua, (Ciitiroller of Hlis LAST NOTICE.
,.ly' Ciutton, Colonial Treasurer, lReglitrar of the I E SIIBSCltlBIEIt intl.eding to leave this for
hur, sad Provost M.rliatl. At this conference, it was Mobile. oarly in April next, arain requests all p.r-
,. lshat this tlaing (Governor should drew bills oin his sons having demands s ugaiilst llim., to rendler the same ; and
L'si'ls Treasury lr. 0) srlini, and procure pro those indebted to himi, to make Ia rintet oii or before the
iilasun ccauntl urfGovernltir t front a t eihilbouiring 1st of April. All accounts reniininin U.ll;id at that
ki,,l. Wtll this object a ve.ssl was despatched to Mar- line, will be put in the hands of C. P. Wood, Esquire,
ique, witlhan agent to negotiate the business, but the for Recovery.
eidentu succeeded in forwarding letters, and thnitissidn ROBERT WIER.
hi.-tbe Governor of that Island, rel'uing either to c March 14th.
lliYlr toi sIller the slipimeunt ofarticles. On the I I' C I has jt received i ri
dlaeswitlilogwood was clred out for Marliniq E SUBSCRI as ju st received r bri
i dpayof the nierchland availed .thesenlves or the It lla, eight tr uks, containing (Gentleme,'s Co-
pny to write rby itand ive accounts of the op- burg walking and dress Sloes ; also, Youths' and Boys'
hayT to write by itand give nacount, of pasqin ditto. The above Shoes are of superior qualily, and will
l. But on embargo was enlorcd, the captain a;irsw be sold at reduced prices, for CasA,
Iaseve of his depariur,. and his letters were taken SAMUEL JOIINSON.
h aiin,and laid before (lte extraordinary council of March 14th.
officerss.. S. Williams, Esq., a painer in the re- lh14h.'( l CIIIII has received per bi Rll
ble lirm of Messrs. D. Fergusson aid Co., who Iad E lS I ha reeid p Rol
geon board, wrote to the acting Governor to deliver T an uasortmelnt o Men's, Hoys' and Youths' Shous,
Sap; but lie was answered that t11.y would not be which he oIrrs for sale low, fur Cash.
Ord, unlea lie consented to tlheir being opened before March 10tl. W. R. B. SANDS.
W Co(nelL was onaut fr on Ftidva the 21h, 3 ILE SUUISCRIBDER, ioteming to leave tb H~
blhis lelers were broken cpen, and reari Iwfore tie I L hIamas for wine line, requests all persons liavIg
kald thu council, and he was committed to prison for demands against hnm, to reader the sans without dlay ;
r lneaailnntiun le next day ; and alIhougli hail for and all blliw indebted, are requested tou iake i.nmediate
*munt was offered, it would not lie accepted that paOmeint.
The owner of the vessel and the captain were Mal'h .1. JOSEPH THOMPSON.
tn the aame quarters. Oi Saturday Ihe othllr NOTICE.
wrhei ohad written were commaniled to appear T IIE SIUBSCIII't will pul in suit, sidhot di-
t ne qmisiio ; and after their l.,ri.rn were crintinarion, all eriidue accounts due for llhe lullst
they also were imprisoned. Mr. Willianm. was, with interest, if not liquidated by return day.
herFughtl up fot re-eiHmination, and after lieinti inltr- l'lnos persons who are indebted, will govern thaeoelves
i ad wa returned to his place of confiinmemnt. Bail accordillly.
,iain uiio-red, which was ultimatelyacceptedl, in boail Felbrary 18th. IENRY AIDDERLEY.
(10Ui. sterling, each, wilt two securities in X). -O.
ai ndlthe were all released about one o'clock on IOT g to
morning. m lE SBSCRIBER, intending to leave this in
dllenlency of the Governors Prolmtio April next, for die United States, requesils all per-
ls tendency of the Gove.rnir's Proclamation, wisons having demands against him, to render dem ; and
apnmd tblat ihe stupid ubincy which dictated ilha those indebted, to make payment on or before the 10th
aon wriuldf have insled Ilia Esci-lency to have February. All account nremaining unpaid after that
ato a still greater and more r'el in*nsibo length date, will be left at te office of G. P. Wood, Esq. for
breast was fir'd with honest indignation at ie total record
i so perv,.rrly ntnif.stesd for the interests of 1' j ar 7th. F. TURNFR.
.W All persons of free coldiltion were firmly inilrd. Jnns Srv 7th. F.
slit perseverance andolodleratin evinced were moil E. x A SALT, or sal at 15 ntsl er bushel.
tery. Tl' he.irty and zialous ci.o-opratiin of the a Apply to
leani'l ilhabi.tats was universally aldulired, and re- h OMAt EsTHOM a.
lithe highest credit on their good sen.s. Two most Frhruary 4t. -At Eum.
p able merchants of that claim, Messr. Vos.n and FOR NEW YORK.
wim, were amonlugs the gentikleiMn wl*o sulflire imnpri- The fast sailing Kchoowr TIIREE SIS-
at; the former wrote the letter, which was seizedl TERS. For Freight, or pamage, apply to
tiothers, and Mr. Floissac, witioul any examina- Captain Glander, or
wtAtever, was arnest.ld and tlhrwn into i I1. GREENSLADE & CO.
Sf the capital ofcce of bring a partner of Mr. March 7th.
h's The merchants being thi cordially supported FOR MALE.
hilalsbitantsis general, piersised in their refusal toh t
i 0-1% Imwhh Iday we ,hre.tense i. The choice lf ,I gl of Land, wlth the
I rnplaltd inD uch position s to conmoand the fl bildins and imp-lums to thereon, situate in
SA imdalble forbemrance predominated-no outra. g I Prince's street, generally known by the name o
t--he futile threats dealt tlt against continued di Ji Ligirtloo, or Cupid's Row.
were treated with indifference. Appearance, For Termn and other pariculast, apply to the Sub-
were gloomy ; and though each good ctien vied scrier. IIENRY CREENSLAD. &A Co.
Ilhs eighbour in rno'oem, yet none could look for the
"" without some degree of apprehension. Happily Mnrh ad.
h" s, were not verified. The packet opportunely ar FOR at
wilh intelligence of the Chief Secretary's disntisal The Hoiu and Premiss present occupied
oft Ie wice i your triuniphT -oh, galla- by Mrs. Poiiier. The Iouse is roomy and
it"es your victim 1-The lesson was not lost upon I conv'nr. ns, wit la large Kitchen and wash hou s
At I o'clock next day it was proclaimed that the i attache., chair ho...e and stabling for in.'
w**eld not be required ta pay their taxes until the I extensive )ard anl grass pa-ce. The mou bulildings
i UGovernor had consulted with the Privy Council, a ave l,hn latrlv thor.oihly rrelaired,-, and lte greater art
i"gof which was rallied for on Monday. Hi EHnel- ofthe fences lihav lien newrl put up.
-iuLalne IsIuh consented to a .sl|i-nsion of the objec- AL'0 n I-,>
k.i trdinancat, Ihle stores and shops were opened and A tret of Land .tatal at the Villag, containing 25)
Ltretumend. We hope it has it since been inler- arrs. It is dividlid by th, villal,-rard into ito Lott, the
Wby anl ill-advi-sd scheme of the executive. I western Iot lin- inl, rlu- llC.' i, thI new rn leading frm
.iallh be a,, ,to as, ., certain in what manner the the villr.e init the hlt." hill r."-,l. This land will I dis-
of dhgh treason will ,e su|oIiPed a'ain.t the re- i o"''I If in nnslr ire ltre .','r. It,,
"rte i'dividualrs ,,, c, ,, ui s cls eileoiuu, sly (as into n, i.tcmler 17th. JO' W. MILLER





T ar TLa meO L Ur m ans,
At 10 @'Umb -A. .
WI be "d,
The Car thC o chaoter Mom, ram BIM l.
125 hamb llHoward Bna Flur,
18 ditm Bf,.
29 boxes Cha-s,
W0) bgs Jyell Filt Corn,
800 Brooms,
A lro quantity Rocktg, and mthr Chaie,
A quantity of very superior Ham.
Ters,--- ng s' Credit, giingw m iy
FOR CASH, before dav y,
C6 boxes Tallow Cndles, lO. d and
10 half barrels Clear Pork,
A quantity of Onions.
March 14th.
On Twsday n, tr, the 9Wth imel.
At the store of the lat Elias J. Solomon, Esq. dceased,
At 0 '0b1ak. A. S.
Will b Sold
(WifAuat the Irast Reaenr,)
Ily order of hli Execuars,
All Ilis ren.lininig Stock in Trade, consisting of
Iron Puts. I)tch OvinsCopper and Iron Tea Kettles,
Saucepans, Bra. nndi Iron I iges, Window and Duor
Bulls, Ntrel earils, Jac'k aid sioiio lling Plains, land and
Cross cut iand whip Sawi, an assortment of Files, Chinis,
IGouges, Scr.'s, CGillbLets, nets Brace and Bill Pmap
STacks, Brass Nails, Adzes, hand Vies, Bran Cocks, ses
Castors, BIe Scraes, (iun Flints, Gua Locks, M ons'
Trowels, Iron rimmed Locks, Machdm4 Haeamsn, pla
Covers, Copper Nails, Camphouss, Anchon, Shea
Lead, Knives and Forks, Powder Flasks, Shet Belit,
Spy Glasses, Copal Varnish, Cream Tartar, Ivory and
ToupeComln, White Chapel Nedls, Silver Pencil Case.
Mathematical lnstruiuents, lnd, Paint, White-wash, 1oe
and Ilonrs Bruses, Metal and Iron Spooos, Time OlaU s,
Bridle Reins, Stirrup Leathers and HaJter-ea are-
nientof Rasors, Scissors, Ponknives, Ac. OGi ad
IlorseWhips, (iun Implenmns, 3 very Imldeom FIr
Pistols, &re. &dc.
An auortniment of Stationery, coniuiag of Latr ad
Foolscap Plper, Quills, Ink Powder, Port Folie, Jeor-
nal and Ledger, Dictionaries and Bibles, Prayer Book,
kk and other Books, &c. &c. Glassware, CatdleC ,
and Shdes, Decanters, Tunmier, Agr Bassl,
Bouttr I)ishs, Clhampagnu, Jelly GlasTes, &c. Ac. A
set carriage Ilarneri, (new) iiti a quantity of trimming
&c. Blluons, lrds,', Laiesl' Silk lasndkerrbiefs, whlL
and half pieces fine Irilsh Linen, bMulins, asrled,-Long
Slip and Whilo-brown Tin'-id.
As elegant London made Cnrriage and Haress, com-
A bandsone well broke Saddle and draft Mar.
26 volumes Encoclopapdia Britanirn, well bound;
an elegant Clock ; I Large stand Looking (lam, Wash
Sandl, Li.qor Case, 1 Set Clhair, with a quality of
uther Furniture, &c. d&c.
BOB. a valuable gardener.
Trrms,- ll sunis amounting o 40 and over, SBi
Months' ('rndit; under that suna, Three Munthe. Pur.
(hasers giving notes, witllhapirov.dlendoru r
NN.B-Tie sale will be continued frum ndy to dayantil
tie whole i disposed or.
Marcli 14th.
of Land, in the Eastern Ditrirc, with a lulmamiul
Dwelling louse and out buildiusgs, now the ridence of
the Sulncriber.
Another Lot, adjoining dle above on the Souehwm,
with buildings, Ac.
A family of Negroes, five in aehar i :
Deli, 26 years,
Ellice, 9) ditto,
William, 4{ ditto,
Amelia, 24 ditto,
Soplhia. 11 r, nhe.
Another family of Nerues, three in amber, i :
Elmslh, :11 yearn,
Rse, 21 dine,
Jane, 3 moatho.
Among hel m there are Washers, Irons and Ile
A Lot of Land, containing about rwely-e i aes,
situate on Royal Island, adjoining on the wasid of
the late Benjamin Barnett, deceased.
Termn, Ac. will Ib made known, on applieem as the
Subscriler, or to Menrs. lienty Gremablde a Cat
If not disposed of beflnr the Is April, dhy will, h dhe.
day, he sold at Auction.
TO BE LET, tha pleantly ituated
llous and Premise., lately in the occupation
of Henry Adderlcy, Eqluire, with inom diale
I L po--sion. I'Io Io
January 28th. C. S. .DDIEHLEY.

at 5asmUa Slg#n.


To al wb haved oa-s l t Blo3 e y1
Qasal ee, aIe l e .h m i s te.t -tsher-
asw dItL pag o o _a a r al;s' th mi'.
ad ct of i d aid qned maenipathl u of
th Wea I la aPl We ad balised t-It h l-
paeIab ddehiaAd hea eaiged to ahvion sad
the Aeti'iey lepate -hat repachl of line and
ahsasditie. A ad a is agrw aaeaIt tI as. Ma
who mwee t o cry dwn the Wa Ilad Planters,
ew readily acknowledge, that the daln pv riaor has
mac right to he beard, bad a strong dl to n lica
tl happy aegr whom they eed and cot he.
avertheless, the mierable hireling who make a trade of
patrilsa, adliberality, and a forth, are till atu pting
ae impoas opan he cb duluum fool who rank amongst their
mppMner, with the old paluvre of oppression and mi-
ory, which every man of aeno and juarnent mull des-
pie. They ay that the slaves are ill-fd, and grossly
maltrutaod by their masters; when it is notorious, that
there is not one tenth of the misnry in our colonies which
exists i the favoured and free country of England. They
my that the negre ar not permitted to join in the reli-
gi eaerchla of their ollow-christian-wheroes, it bas
an itroved a hundred (ines, on tie testimony of res-
pecublesad pIous man, that the slaves are encouraged by
kir master to tend the churches, and improve their
minds by the moral instriurtio of their Ministers. In
fact, the sleve-holehrs know it to Iw one of their para-
mount duties, as it is rnatlly to Ilwir interest, It cultivate
tie moral und intellectual capabilities of the negroes, flo
by thatl mean they are taught to love their beLtiCrtclir,
aud to know their dutis. Again, it is lassrtid thil he I
Platers take every nshan in heir ipwer to dIp iti tie
children of tint slaves of all oplliortiiniiy ito haiiii instruc-
tiun is the element, of knowledge. This is a falsehoodl
s groa as the others which we Jpvo notice. Schools
abuand In the West India Islands, and the children of the
dlave are very early tlaght to read, and in every respect
are educated for beyd their nation. In every thing
which respects te morals of the slaves, the planters ar
meant assidaus. Corporal punishments are almost un-
known. The save are treated better thaI the preasry
ar abob rn of any at@ y M Europe-indeed, ui th
eorld. They are iadeparnd in all but the name. They
have the pmetital blessing of freedom, and it would be
the worst of cruelly to oenumber them with an empty pri-
vilep, the panesion of which would be incompatible
with that happiuese and contentment which they now
en oy. The ae Mtrime which all but the trading Ani-
B~ r party am re edy allow. Yet they are not
iart of tleir own puosion-they know that unleu
cy change their tactics the public *ill begin to discover
the basene of their conduct, and the falsehood of their
assertions. We now se that these people ate proceeding
en a new tack. They my that the Wet India pro
msr are te chief suiferen by the continuancsa o
slvery system; tht their esmtes are mortgaged; and
thst the value of West India property has fallen in an
unprendented degree within the last twenty years.-
Tferfe, they srgoe that shares are rather a loe than
a gain to the holders of them. This is the sor of logic
which the Anti-Slavery people address to the people whose
synpthie are now aroused towards the suffering pleters.
us need we expoa its fallacy I We ask, wherefore is it
that West India property has fallen Let this question
be put to every man of information and impartiality, and
the answer is obvious.-The Anti-Colonial party, who
have been struggling so lung to ruin tme West Indians, are
the cause of that ruin which threatens to overwhelm the
Planters. Had it not been for their infamous conduct,
Weo India property would have brought ts -alue in full
an this tiee. But the truth s, the public have lost confi-
dence in the ability of West India property, and the
Planten have accordingly suftled is credit, while their
property has ben deprecated. Had the West India pro-
pri re eived eve-lhaded justice from the Oovern-
mat f this ceomtry-Lad they been allowed to manage
their owa afairn-and, above all, had they not been the
objects of attack to a mischevous faction at home-they
would have bee at this moment is a tate of the highest
prosperity, and this country would have been leaping the
breat of thet prosperity. We trust, that the policy ol
Britain will no Ionger be influenced by the Anti-Slavery
party, who puee their own selish objects, without re-
fecting upon the ruin which they aM inevitably bring
down upon the country and i quite evi
dent dtht unlie this change speedily take plan, the co
looi will ot be worth preeerving-a coasummation
which we trust wil be averted by timely concession or
he part of the Mother-country.-EdiMlh r Enceni

The following soL.m rumonEr has been made by dt
lahbitasbaf the Ishnd of Tsmmnx, against the Ordet
is Coaci,"of the of November, 1881.
To Hi Exeslecy Mjm-G eral Bir Lei Gnat, K
C. G oraor a Corregidor, &c. &-. c.
We Majery's dutiful subjects, the Alcalde in Ordi
maryandRegldors o the Illstriou Cabildo, having been
rasd tha yar EceUleacy has received from His Ma
jesyly Prinpl Secretary of State for the Colonial De
parnmen, asdis aoat to pomelgato in this Colony, an Oe
deS i Council, whereof ome the Provisions a sub
erive of the rights, and destructive of the Propertie o
His Majesty's subjects in Trinidd ; and deeply imprese
with a nse of the responsibility which devolves on us a
guardians of the welfare and protector of the rights o
the counmiilnll over which we are appiniiited to preside

The Order in Council of November had been brought
under the consideration of the legislature, and the generic
expectation was that it would be resisted.
A subscription list hd been raised amounting to 70
for the relief of those wi bad suffered b) the dreadful fir
at St. Thomas'.
A field of cane attached to Fairfield state had bee
set on fe, and, from the hour of the night when ti
faime must have been kindled, and the striking circuit
stance that a torch bad'been found in the centre of ti
field, not a doubt was entertained but that it was the ac
of an iacediarv. Measure had been adopted for th
discovery of t &eader.
fnram D

The Order in Coun m been laid bfore the Houme
in relation to which some eeullent remark had been FOR SALE-At thil e01e.
made. The bill for relieving the coloured clam from all Bills of Lading,
disabilities had at length been paed into a law. On a Bills of Exchange,
reference to a report of the proceeding of the Assembly, Bills of Sale,
published in the Fea Press, we find that the following re- Manifests of Cargoes,
solution", conveying the thanks of the members to our Bnmk Forms for the Custom lome,
Agent Mr. Burge, for hi exertions in behalf f the Lease and Relearss,
Ciemin,h been nnnimnaoul agreed to. General Court Writs,
Reeled, upon amien of Mr. Ron, tha he Board of General Court Executions
Council and Hous of Assembly, highly appreciation te Bills of Sale for Vesel,
jealous exenioas and uncommon ability displayed by n. Mortgage (with bonds,)
Burge, Eq. M. P. in advocating tie cause and defending Warrants o Attorney to Confoe Julgwslt
the inlererts of di West India Colonies, do unanimously Powers of Attorney,
vote him thanks, u a mark of the great estimation they Attrney's Warran,
entertain of his valuable services. Arbitration Bonds,
In conseqiuece of Mr. Burge having expressed a wil Apprentice Indenture,
to receive a cop) of the Laws of the Island, Inferior Court Writs,
It wra also Resolved, That the Committee of Corre- Subprna Tickets,
pondence be directed to transmit to himn, ihe same, and N. B.-Job Printing executed with nestne sri
also to direct, that a cy of the Free Pres," Island patch, upon good paper, and on moderate tl -ml
Paper, b. regil.rly snt1 m, by the Packets, and that a January 4, IMt2.


pe y w Ecellency' ria d attentive cos iderstion
t L ema comnct sd ath I w by which their rights
wee guaira ad Nowd&ar at the tim df the spin'u-
hinior f thbbl wa, oad by the very t which die its
lanhbitauts British objects, the public filb of England
was solemnly aad distiacly pledged; that int Ie Lws and
Osdheam toe be eadalni by the British Government, the
Ri gh, the Properts -d the Religion of the Capitelan
shodd be preervend in late. The Laws at that time
facal Trnidad,.sd thae soubequeody promulgated by
the ritish Governmeat, mot only rcFisd the right and
property in negro slaves, but held out every possible en-
uurageanmet to the investment of capital in such property,
which consists wholly i the right of the proprietor to ex-
act the labour of hi slave. The Claues of the Order n
Couail whih limit the bhou of labor to an extent hither-
to unknown, and ina manner not requisite for protecting
the heath and comfort of the lave, are a palpable infringe-
ment of this right; the regulations respecting the Food
and Clothing of negro slaves, are needlessly extravagant;
and the enactments which permit persons appointed to act
as Salaried Informer to enter on estates and Negro-
houses at all hours, without information or even suspicion
of the imnlwmi n of an offence, unneceuarily ulthorise
and eocouruge a direct invasion of the rights of private
By the Constitutional and unaltered Laws of the Spanish
Munarchybo power in the Empire can take or impair the
property of any individual, without previous compen-
sation ; and the Laws of the Partidas and of the Indies
prohibit the promulgation of any Ordinances by which lthe
rights or properties of any Conmmunities ate invaded;
declaring, in case any such Ordinances should be received,
that their enfoiceluentshould be suspended, until the de-
cision of the King, or the Representatives of his People,
shdll be made known.
Availing ourselves of the protection and the privileges
which die inhabitants of this Iland are under, thee Laws
entitle us solemnly to entreat your Excellency to spend
the promulgation of this Order in Council, and more ers
specially the enforcement of ime Clauses before particular-
ly referred to, until such time as an humble application to
the justice of ou Sovereign shall have been received and
But, in cue your Excedeacy should not deem it proper
to comply with our request, then in the name and on the
behalf of all His Majesy's Subjects in this Island, We
declare to euter our SOLEMN PROTEST against the
enforcement of ull such pans thereof as are injurious to,
or destructive of, private property, reerving to all the Io-
habitants of this Colony the maid rights aid priviloges to
which lthy are entitled gender the Laws of the Land, r id
the engagements solemnly undertaken at the Capitulation
of the Colony, together with their claims to full and am-
ple compensation for al loss and depreciation of property
which they may ustain by reason of the promnulgation ol
SOrder in Council, or their obedience so the Provision

Robert Bushe, First Alcalde,
Frederick Brown,Second Alcalde,
William Ioberts,
George Bland,
William S. Neilson,
David Hutchison,
Francia I Wallen,
Wright Sherlock,
John Watson.
'Cabildo-llall, 4th January, 1832.

Frm the Kinmgton Chronicle, F'ebrary 27.

Our windward papers contain a variety of intereirin
matter from which wuoave arranged the following sum
mry :-

mansgbe s et tohe D" e f .s

The attention of the legislait hid g ..
Order in Council, but hno e b. lin 1
thne to printl ddstribute copies a "
A copy of a treaty between n Or L
had alo been laid before the Iloue, I.
meaoe mre practicable than a' S*
the Foreign Slave Trade and to ch teck t
Foreign ugar growers.
The transport Lord Wellinton, l, ..
arrived with the right wi of th 69Ath h"
the command of Coonel ir Charle C.l
the detachment of the 1th had embelr '..11
Trinidad. a l Is
The Commiionera for taking the of
during the hurricane, had dosed their lab-
amount of lows given on anth ia elaed='i* &d
sterling. ,00t
An order had been received by the Govrano iL
Colonial Office for the immediate rel ea of J.o
land, Esq., Editor of the Free Pares, ,-
cannot so oon have forgotten, ad been masl6 m
month' imprisonment fora libel. The Order'b I
had been received. A new Paper, called ",-
Herald," had beenestablished. c d
A very handsome addre had been prestednai.I
cellency governorr Maxwell on hi relineuishing ti,
of Government,and another had been vreenatl
successor, (overnor-General Niculay, by he fr ee
population, congratulating Ilis Excellency on is
arrival, and, at dhe ame time, hoping that he V Jl
deavor to carry with effect the recommendations o
vernmet respectng the rights of their chsto w1his
dress Hi Excellency wa plead to return his
thanks, and assured them that every regard .drib
to their interest. The Legislatreu ham et .and
to state, that Body were already at variance. r'l
had come to a resolution not to pau any bid o,.
Soni General Nicolay; and a string of itmminse
olutionsis published, which conclude with a" bim.
nation to withhold any grant of money whauler;
adopt any recommendation of His Majesty's Goremmr
until such Government not only evince a deire,he a.
tually does adopt some measure for any relief, edalue
us to know that in future our property are 10 be d
sacked and inviolable.
The bill fur extending the privileges of the (fre clmw
population had also been rejected by a large sniy.
An earthquake wa experienced on the 6th Ja,.
The coloured population had premated n addra
His Excellency Sir .wen John Murray MacGregor,ohis
safe arrival. The Legislatuir had met ; a meaal
presented by 157 proprietors calling its attention to a
ject, Foreign Fugitive Slaves, stating that, i aeomm|m
of the geographical position of the Island wirhthe Frm
Illsds of.Martinique,Guadaloupe, Matli Galsatemni
Saintes, the greatest facility of communicstiowaKm aial
even in open boats, and a great inducement held oarl
disposed slaves and discontented pertnsto deern thi
owners or evade the jmt punisliment of law. The he
o-e in a mreolition that the nuniber of Foreign Fgili
Saves in the Colony had become a subject iequiriqn sr
ion attention, and a joint Coniiiltne of Ioth brosar d
tle Legislature, as appointed to make a reportoa thb
ject. As lthe naltter has been taken up so serim.,
g is to be hoped it will be brought to a satisfactory rh
- ion.

WHo's got the Chotlera Murbus ?-The mlllinm of s I"l
per had sent diwn to their printer, o he rompused, sla I -
t licle on the Choler,* Muhuis Frim its entrel hn h
II it was dividnl into Rix parts. and given to as many crap""ie
to set up.' Just afrtrwarl s. a tin:id genl 'lue an 1.Oe id
0 been for m winey weeks pas pr a ting eviry pr iution lI F-
e went an attack of this lalal complaint neiring him. rase It
the office to chat awa) half an hour with the Head'lr 1
had not been there five minulrs, before Ihe readlinst-lIe"
Steered in great hanst, and inq oired. "V1ho' i' the (h''m
C Morhus" I hae"- I e I e rI've sot it." io11'0
n sponded the afoesnaid half-a-doen composit.s. "1T1e=
C you have !" shrieked apt the liid l enllteman in qlle."
ct more dead than alive it fear and a ltoalion. ', then I' of"'
e aml auiting the action to the wanr," he jumped do"s
u flRight of stans, and wai clear of the premilseo 1 tea"

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