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: May 12, 1832
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Subject: Newspapers -- Bahamas   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 16, 1831)-
General Note: Latest issue consulted: vol. 5, no. 47 (Dec. 26, 1835)
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eOG4.iE gIas, diur. pATIMb&, I AY 1s, I1s. a VOL. I-N1. LXXXI L


THE IBAHAMA ARGUS. there asu nothllg dI the tnsation or the French epei- sed, that the Igenes l goverm n l, is uphdig the uthrity
-- edition to lialy,--lal is, dtu nothing had transpired will of the local aslboritiei, hd pind a eempltae tl y er
rUsILiuID sisi-wItLiLr InM mUst, N. r. repect to ill ciharcter and object calculated to ilrlu the t'rbles pet of the pop ulaiu,--hsb the ebola. e-
I Iis confidence in the good faith and sincerity of the Frchaliment (he s bt) whbLad een eot oa t of the awe a
Sight els per maum- adAe e. Cabii. (Hear, hear.}-e e repesed his declar- appae the nteo had b een peaceably allowed tne etn and
t r1i Cabhbt. (l[ear, honr.)--le then repeuld hi delra- to resume it old pst-hal the national plaed had been dia-
tion (Iear,) and that tim French Guiernnment oicially solved--ad that even the Ifctious in the capital had baee
Scomliiumicated tou tl Englillsh and Austian courts the fact overawed atthe display of so mck outrage joined wth so
oi their inteation to deap ichi a force to Italy in cane the much firnomeu Thi result mat le a Isnbject of nnivemul
Austrian G(overnmient should pagai iiterleme with imr satisfaction. and will so doub, tend to the cosolHidlti of
sannies in the allnirs of the Ilalin States, over which she oiernal order, should the promise of the Miiser be fulflled
clisied no noverignlty. (hlear.)-lle might o ate what Il Ihe establishment of a tgid inquiry into the conduct of all
hiad heen done with respect to tim rurcible occupation ul parties, and ihe inldiction ofr jasicA, but Dnot eengenee, en
the guilty.
. .---- -- the garrion at Ancona by tli French troops re rred to The prediction of resistance to the return of the troops and
POZT 5Y. in strong terms of censure by the noble Lord. He the report of Grrnoble barricades. have thua turned out in he
S-~- - -- _-__ would admnit, that the account Co that transaction oc.- the senseless invemion of faction. But we are told now by
Til' INDIAN GIRL' I.IM tMKNT. casioned grer t Eurprise to Miliisltrs (hear), and lad also the ministeril journals, that the original causeof the diturb-
mn PIrems by HWillW is Call. BRryn, on American Port. very much isrprised the French Goveroment. (Hear, dance ws not the interruption of a masked ball. It was they
As Indica, iirl was killing where hmear.)-Tlh French Guoverrnennt immediately disdained sow assure us something sornos. It wa no less than the
Altr 1lr. *,l la t int Ilale, lrtl : in the most emphatic manner all participation with tim result of a Carlis conspiracy. If as. the judicial inquiry now
set on foot must establish the fac. and the rllnaaem of the
Ilr maidlen vetl, her own black hair, conduct of llt cmnimunding offlor of die foice at Anco- oiernment will de sen mor pi anda.
:.ue dow ll*e o'er eyr. thal wept; iea (hea.r.)--rrealled tlat officer foithwilh, (Isear,)-uiade Accounts from Toulon of the I.th inleant. announce the
And willll. ini hier wuodlland tingle. a statement of the acts to tlhe Austrian alnd Papall Go- arrival of v crsette at the pfun, from Navarno. the Comumlild
Thi s id and umIple lay she sing vernluents, which with its accouupanyling a uirance would, cr of which is the bearer ol depaltchei to the Fren-:h (Gllern-
r'ver pilldl away the shrubs that lrew rli rusled, be satisfactlry tIO boils; aid which lie confidently imet. connainkhi the details of a serious engllgemua lt which
'Ton rl. le slure hy .leepi hIad. expected would have lle effect of presenting llim elxedi- had taken place I lween the French and Greek troops. (il the
Ami liroke lhe Iorert ihullgh threw tIin from electing llle pedr( of Europl. Tlithe were aill 1* of lrF rary.
Ih';ar sllhndlw o'er the i ed, tshe circo eusances connected wills the tansactons that b he The French hail series the point of ther of ees, huch
had tasen three batlerles li the point of she haylees. which
That., suisinag fnmn tie .sweet south-west, sthen felt himself a liberty to explain, but trusted that they the (ieaks had erected between Nlis and Calamia.
T'he ialisealieis slight rejoice thi rest. would be considered, by their Lordvlaips, a a a tisfictory
Ii ,i a -ary, weary mad refutation of hle noble L:,Ea's clhrge adgainit MinisterL To m ti CLLr i T Rtidien. 00 T r.
ai t her o thr |ilestnr enal.cot, (Chrers.) Fresh repons from the delegate au Ancuian a tllile tindr-
,Where i. tou. il. hia serene ah.le, TYp Earl of Aberdeen confiasd hbinsell very much nailed Cardinal reretary of State underthe dJi.c erayle ne-
.11. e ms lhIy l:sths'r' glsost ; satisfied w ill the nobic E .rl's stutesicmi, and 0l1t lhat lie res.eai of addressing fieh cosoplaon to your 'cell.e"y.
\:I..re everla.iin; ;aStelunn lie w .l onlay perfruriliingi n act lof duly in eliciting it.-Ad- In Ill;le of she proclaimaiIon s Ur neral C(ubierel, Ianl hl s-
(I. yellow wuo*.lls tuiuny skies. jiourled. surancei thai he does not ulrenl to mredld: with the ;on.til-
rs, I tie ieresl m 'e me 110' CO11ONS cal iuvernment, but. on the contrary. wishes It pnrotel tlie au-
a ias I l heeji 's enh d I. 1 O 1 t1or cities, reject the laws,. anl reprss the factions, ha, Aldju-
'*nTa. I tl. h.w an a d 'ii iTT.' uasisa Mlarch 13. ranit Major, 's Il'les, has ordered Ithal two personal conftnle
Ite-ilc thyil dll 'uhll- We'rNT INDPI- for liulilnial c(imre silijll be plrl)orniunallv liheraled. At tlie
T~ w in... iiin i5 e A.ril hel. I !lr. RAlrge B *ipshd 11 Lanow fIkun tile 'nrdor Colonial inretlie o Fr ih officer, al ai r all.goercally alliading tu
T lhy ..ol uieir ;iulsly usitr. Se-retar, i 1,,.1 r iti,. I lliers ir. lie had laid on the I'"t)iy wn introduced i. an opI.ra, wii II lalrud p ,jl l Ihr lsl .t
'IIii-c {lit a ala dccie-i all ii o i-a l antlclacttru i leosoi tile Iilclill.n ani el rl.e l lii i i
a an.ll tt I cse thy rea a l.i al all in1 sellia in i ,si polear of Mini- CrIe. alaisti the ;lGoverlnllent ia h1 I lullne-s, crrie whir,
ov'.1 il nll l 6l.l41n 1 .,llw Ilell Ilo ]1 , 'I.,l 'b r- arla , .. ao| r.-r G .if Ia I IIi i.tren
.\i,,l a,.iln a ii.- il re liia ,,i al, lo furni rile r |..,t eIa receit|li rd u- were hrdrd wih ,n| iunly inethe sreels. railel anl slet
An I !1 ..l I.- I.ll,.) il|ll tie t,; t he 6-h' h' I'i irdler ill riluin l of lie AI l of Nuslilll b r, in the. pl.lrards. eIr itiig ilhe I,",i e ti rrev ll. ar puhr li Py posted nn
il pli'-n Ih lWi- eielea. \ uit I ll 4I ll 'lie- 1 le et l inilialillnl l thest paI pers., lie Ihe allls. Persolisi nl sie, l ly tIhe p(unut cal on.vern mer .
A'ili eIhI tll'c lii ih.a Ierl.s as tlrmv iiauiinl I o atitswr I'rul tIter Guernor ul' Janmaica to hie anil r"clialed l Irrlm l r yarsr' a mnesty. are Irdely ailmited eint
A -. rllur ul sllutnuua lanme. or, er. the eieeriy W ihas vry ofn-ers wh, ure aid to Ie e ru far
TIL 'iad lliik h.ill, alet ai ll d.e curmrepnIli.ce liCI lwien the laPrivse iU in.,ntaining lr ipr (.nlificl .islhurity.
ITu'r happy now. or thou i piat. ihe aal-ie al "a a e esleoe casew we .. Ci .aringL thnes Incli ith slle la-arances g vle bh your
I'lie long a.lrk jpiarne. of the grar e. c llldiil th" lit- he hi l IId s,1 lllnL ild i, sle In cllIl cy I ;n you ,rle I f l .r lay .. f L -rn -lle, r r..nlh .
A.ln lhe laiel i tight, ale.t aad s al that Georial arhier, %. peve... of thi iews of she
Il.iril laeiei.l Ihe cood aisll brea.e-- t| a I. I. l iad l a h-arnce- Ii, lialiiI.in t.,lin ( lil ile Irou le to i,, ,.i. Governi.ran, lw s bringlll s al fr h tu l -lpirl Il the enm
AlIIII. Ih, lliIhel nndl balm air, c nn.Tne x 1.1 i l.lti oI at thins. ai.r, 1III CuJl hale san ri: i r;IO ;iul a urlly ol Ihe lHoly iFalser and In Ihe npe lnlldronl
Tl'he lr:ivesa iil the lurelieq theree. Ilil it ii. nit pIks si ally pu- lil lJ r Ith,- Ja.asica alei uan integrity of hias sii e. it only remalnis with the uialeesign-
lit IH hItre .s atioon s siae Othrlir. It Iwa eIxpw a d bv tliu ed It requestl otr E'rellenry to filr tlo yourself the rid
Yet ,oft Iliine on dl r IIes ian mild. i..II ti aa't ,i an idwoustl a n I hih she rersi rrpinln oum o s imi e in ch The rcl r ros he delegate of An-
I.rn Ihere, thy thoughts willl cairliwr.id say- lI- adl. '"on' hae proiieerl l in the nilllu ol thI Holy fatlhelr and
T'.lil who Irs where ll ulh. l .1d h.1'. larin would ai. ad.lnie f lhl occasion o he naqst )ilu t the lmre ain e in consider how ljul and
til weeps she houci adV. j it. harnc weolatke a.ils of thut occasion so n a stine soar -t teinsiglcr d b dow ailsnl
e. ;ilino, liar ,,.a ls ,, press upNri Miinlers Isl pnlrising nlerUsily if an illnes-eI inaitie were tlea ellln. wliah he onlerlnoed Adilucsl
'li hla.ik lhalt IticoI lote l lve lier yrl. d liate numerlre of illqlnry intlo l preent lailellr n ble coon- the Pinch troop, far Ifir, r cnlteulouie e n toh re-escoblesh
dition ul our \ 'cil india cololniuc, s illih view to remedy. inent of irnqalllilt. Ili il rn ntl-ilaon to Ihe reneail o( pal
AuI .hl ha oy sne o ,f thin ..nil tken Tha condition was lulch as coulJ lout inuclh longer li per- ,ieordler, oin er|l, e ,if all the dei lar.a l(ie Iadle lagiinst he as-
'tl i' lach liIe s ln i -arcly b.re ak initllel lo eli, witlhit lhe inlluoas il coinatllicences, not aerion.
'rh n ei:e of le .l only to the colonists themsel 's, liul u tolat nimol country The olernigried oentls olien nl ulpon other Is.. whlri
fhbeing di ecill contrary to the hInoru of the Jmn.'h troops, he
A ',..cr lo thee and nlir h-,as sum.le (Ilrar); and it wastle boundrn duty of die ieecutive not beino llnecly contrary to ihe honou or the Fren.-h roopi. he
lelleah .tie many-coloured sha te. to delay a single hour in cllling the allention of Parlis- I'"a li"e ,s repslrei lt once. ll AmI g hers permes-
ston was not C. ito the tiantaletal Iroors, who relived from
A rhnou dol wai al rch ,o mat me to ill d Olquenc. (ler.) hy I Siveri u'.s lrder. s lary lf heir Oa oe-
AMtainlHde it aew n se ilest. Mr. F. Buiton would shorll) bring ender dimir coni- ferl,. whh i ha l, in the barrack.. 1S were nm allowed
Andil; rhlinr.l what dellint mt I'f deraion a notiodhfor tle total eslioction of slavery in ihe to take their lohe. nor In have them sem to the ailiniry
raml Ihe hrlhlt land ofmrrst. celenies, in which it would lie men dhit h a laid not over- Iroapt. aor liey pi rmitiel to tiae ihe dralonn horne.
Itei v.ln. in every Iouined. lie hear looked llie interests of the West India proprielors. We must therefore riml-I io ihe name of the Ioly Father
'Thie ru.linig el my fotuicps lear. Mr. K. Dougla agreed with liIm her. Maber for Thii- against all then acti, dlerigtorI to the pontliical overerlnty.
Sf.rd as to the urgent neceseitv of an iamnediate inquiry "' orler tha the rllghts of l" Iolmsl may be granted actu-
into lhe condition of ime 'est India colunis,. Is huptl ally and fla the future.
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. ,le Ch ancellor of tlm Excheqicr would give the Ilcous. n **Cardinad ERNF.TE."
IHOUSE: OF LORDS. upportllniy of discussing the %'wLt India question in gene- Rusin Moe anrd a'r t So'ity.-1 have onen bhen srck
T D March 1 ral on te neat stae of the Sua D i Bill. by the wnt of sciabily whch ens bewem he eh of
,TL'II. Mn. ]3. Lamr Althorp thought dint such a diasussion would be both .esew in he socielie of Pterml.rih. I ham mqeet.-
esi it Epnsrtt- TO tACItiN. higllly incinvenien, Inn would tak ae ore sll an opporttu- ly naked the roon. both from lodin a d gerlemen, f this
Thi F..irl of Ab.Mredern, after hvilng comnplainelod of le nit shodd be afforded for entering on the igneral question ilo.nrw Ls. The ladies nlamllly reply. a we canned make
litte inlo iiadii that co.ild be obtained front the in verl-or in tie C ) the prresnl esuin. n the advances to the gith cll-men, anel they will enl take Imith
esnl in rellv 1t iitriaons on foreign alira t madl e inquiry Lord Howie k plelged himself to bring forward the s' us. were it not foryou Israngers, we should never eo-
UpItecLine lhe French seliedition 1o Anrona.. II wg a question on tlie earlil p ible opportunity, were il uonl change a word wilh the male sea." Agal Ihey say. the
tieil rjdv toIn ihnil lhll h .,ie iof prrevia |lacre : hIut to disprove the unfo undil salilme nlil which had been I.te- La"'lemen are llillnt and ilhlerlm e ; heir conversation
i __lu .bn.i. ll. Ilm ln lnourinn l dimic uf IIIrep n -nolh n, even if you c hatee to elrC i. They
6i also elltnilletnsd la I oim h .>ur and ditiey of tilie ... by made m willl riepect to Ihe c.slen of sle present co.ndtion ind their time in the n h, of I dlahe tl el tibli.hmlt.T
y mi1t s in aintineidl. Ilma .rlshiip im min.inen l f Che W%'et India Coloni athig like ll t llrt-am l or el.e onn luanl. U hel can they knoL w Wha rum the
iltthe ivaso of talv hy the French as in violation been held nut. G.overnmvnn had held out a boau fa ilie i y to amuse a lgenlewoman ?" The me justify theimel
iwoner principle of the law of nation%, and thlI it mnigh hienalit of bslh slave an-I planlel. Every uon must re- 1,i a iomerhal similar manner: they accre the women of to
i tonidera.l .s tlhe clmniencement of war. lie could collect .lr. Canning's language, who proposed it lle i treat parrlnliy lia foreigners, wit wh n ~ hm, mty. they
rdly hrimg liiuiwelf to l.lieve thlel ile r-.inc h iuver Wet India (Colunis. rl-fiaud the measure he aligt.se.iel, It cannot comlpee winh any chance of success. They sy. lhe
am lne wasl rnesonsible for time proceeding. Iharas hercomir com reali n restrict tawirnaavigaon. That 'adw are aIhuillet negaltons, and hale not a word of o-
Ecrl Gres-Ile wouhl not he provokeld by the noble I as a threat; but in tlir instance G;overnmentl ad used ereer""n br"nel the French plaY and the last ball. Bit I
Sinto a prelnature dslisculiol, aild woul confine his re- no thret, hult onerel a ien, conditional indeed, of ad- I ot.lhne I a te another l moivaner shi etraln (ary
a ple lle of f.ac Tile no Earl said n ib ,- aosce itria. shut there aream mrany ge. neptnif ..hlar.
'l L orn. The of r I vaninge in the saInve. as we should uy, bei age) in society, who, as they always
hoped the explanation of minitlers would of a ch Lord Sandun said, thatl in the present circumstance of wear thea uniform., p the young men toon much t awe.
Otter calculalel to alleviate his fcars for the fpmaervtinon I r colonies, this important subject should be conidlereld as No man h any grade in snresty in 1,.na. her thano hat
c de place of Erurope. If Ilf noulle Earl wa sincere p.dilv as possible. In die exiting state of the Welt military (orecunespodin cl) sil nula. A seihlen. or cap-
StLt hope, it srck him ihas it would he just as well if Inlia internts ldie quletion was one of life and death. sun. dares nor lpu himself very forward in society for fea of
is htd abstained from exciing a discussion which was 'The motion was n agreed ro. niiurrmng a rehuke, and a severe one moo, fr(a his superior;
iessllv calcllaed to disturb that ian'ce,-fruom aggr- a_ nd of Ihil I have lately heard a remarkable instance, in the
"lg every circnmlnstance connectedl wilh the transaclion peron of aI yung officer s good family, bet onuof low military
It Acm likely to iiriiate FAone the parile.--and in F tNCI g nri*, whoew weenmd by hi superior tat he wn al inn l-
As -li.ely o is .ritas pa .io' Pmii. Mmlk i4.-The want of corn beIn fell in different mae with n certain heaulilul lads. and shal he had herer rtue
Sfm stludios.lv and a|.ninaciouly inflaming eervy daincel, a so of corn law has been priulosed In he Cham- hed sad ret thrust himself toe far out f h' s phere. e che
h"a aiainrsl I1h French (Givernient lltat had a toeden- br (o Depulties where II was discussed rsd her hea ily yileer- i consequence might be painful so him. t'onicere the ipirior i
t5 t cr te l stislllily hetwlnen the two pIleer, and thuIs da l. M arltuli and of the camp Iiang iaralll ii Iahe h. e .b
Omproimiis ihal t ,n'neral Iranq uilliry which thnole Earl Flsds earl L.nl 7-- -The Pran papers o Fnday and I. Iasl/ed suine), and in Ihtu r pil sh ) I, ,..r i.1wr i..' )i ,stio.
p*l tol have ns much lt h-airt. (Ileur, hear.)-On I tur.la contain acciauntl from Grenoble in the Jld launrl. by anil monet ininuate and dear renjyinruts.-t'rraklands' I'iLt
lccAlulln to which the nuble I..irl rtlfrrvJ, ihe sld lit which la appears thar all lls urbanices In lhat quarter had r-a th' r Aits rlf S'liv alnd Russia.










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PO.,as- IIf.liM.y,1 fa" .,.* i dtl- ,kt.x gta

tl shli d Ia d of the term, the Co t e w hi e i ap e w tr d mh he o rC s u t
t 'nwie lihg a odimwit lap olime had hew shwdt we shakn *l4u iisle~ehea md4Wt O. I
n ~.,. ,'r!k the the fualbwi stntam h rems todoa : dii apparel neglect I, houwver, s-le of iuy sek.' iIonlmld' ma temi.
l. Pos Lrcn y uribtbed o Ia e l m t having heard us, owin to daied and i amst snoa.ltrk, and so
Jh 8 W Pot-Grnd Lrceny. Fifthy ahe ilcsve nol i in he .net, wich" T h" allueu tit I warn l a mcmt iiledMa
Wla plec.I to. K accordinoly repeated 1w rap,-soouder, however, hn ads, estlo lmd th whapll s.slatI. .l
lot Ph i-Au. Fine ofr a. iad comes of thn o te asu oor; b llt 1 "lmd ol mll de oie Ny1 1c n Ui ck ,u t rctltl ra
Clun Padoo-o ly a. .,.i the doo," and was "estrenly icparti- Nor did I k1ow who k wua rtlarly 8d it1 .j
Cuirt. m a.d aobnive," I hare publicly my, dlit it imfola. turning lay huld, llsaw iy Mr. tiam dlllenBl'lA
Tih King The King Thau I did uxprosa ms y surprise, t the Police Magitrate fast r the door t s he ciuld ic o ihe., eai ein
S. ; n allowing wtu a tuinouh to be ii the street at the foot on my umind, dhat ha must-e it llh paeMi r l '
Inorge Phillip Wod George Camapil Andloo. o the l-ecutive's tsidence, and within muso lort a di. nm. Eimnraged at ihe oumt beyond my aio l,
The Solicit Gunoral filed two Ei-Omcio Infuoru ltions ius of lii own door, is moat true ; ail what nsowers after him, caught him at the doerpn l i
ainst.l li abore .alm.nd gotlemen ; the An nagi s Mr. as a nrefeltion, st oosof my h >vim 'tged improperly luby--I Iseized int wih my rigb, hsl.,tbj-ithie
Wodl.t for lusvismget achdelhlis t It t d, to CIsearime i--that tie valiant Poic Mnitmrae aintller dIreatened wihb nly lu 1 cauiilit him by. ihe IflHaidbJ thh
-W-uforl i..s .>lchis to coligruoms rnt 5 Pi 1 wi rlidli T ih rl" maym he ought haoo, an.d ddashd liu on tlm door, m lt a
R ,bi sa Elquinr, Poalic Maifrat. e of thi Co- m a sivese, i he retuntd me, that I was >puking kicld "lim ; Snd tlhis I di, co ncevio il i the
loly, and he Kfcond g int Mr. Anderson, for hvin l ri, in hl owham : wu were tien in tle pia., way of clutisig so blackguardly usg sla ,a
l,.-ictll tI b ier ol the clullenoe to Mr. Nesbitll, asd 1ui As to any thil llgi it may hive fallen front i Mr. Nesbitt act.
ijvli nsi:i.? i.s of ui|probriouI language oU thai pt.n, in tIe wouse, (for bas not there as Pulico Meagitrule,) I wga in Ithe at inificing that lkicking, hi
.I Ier I ict Ii. tocmit bleah of the ,ece. .sile.i nc I psitively deny it; and 11f Trulh'u inlfr- penon (Mr. Whitid. I believe ) put both hisdHNii
-re ifr iti .nc .siitg bceni ,h e imn- nation olf tdm proceadi. hiUd been correct, be nevr my waist, and pulled me from hih ; .atthis ti,'i w
Th inr.in htio a vi, BVi ed iluoo, poc micgtor i.e- coul lae listed lti such wan the cise, -- r it wast twogentlemen calledoirt, alna n Ith oundrdl.-in. ,
n..l..| Iyl l he Courl, that tlre uul proud lmilit iu"ue ar.r the Bsprasiseo mJae um of by Mr. Nepbirt, oul-he hao struck tlu Major ;" when Liot
al-aisi the dlefenisinta. taut I roe to rep to tiw l imlpiittion ; and ii was upon got iholdof him (Saudjiand.) by the coURl.,ad ka pe
Tla Chief Justice remarked, Mr. Wood and Mr. muy myiny, that be Mr. N. lid the a ipertmih ea t ending with liml de stain when I heard Mr. bS.4
Aleon .er lmn b lh in Cur, it would h. unneeesart et a rrtr rrrisea mm," tiurl I w cl.oe to order, andl linds say-" I have not my hat," or I nIant my ht.
A.runee Cos ahe t hwold buunne ry my lece, t n, was in ,!uldienc to the Spelaker' Lieut. Shourlnd replied, you cannot may hbe, Sir;
t.1 iuM a C'.api, si tlhey might b caraled upon to yld n~re ; ad as to mny nt the( c;llhng upon pMl. N. for an and it will be proved by a young gehnlsians; b. n abe
irth'hil.i. explaJnalin, I only answur--nls every uone mIy Itrnuect in a plodlic office, that a gentllemn of the Neer, utk
Mr. Anderson asked the Solirltnr Gerranl, whether lIe Ira n atlfairs a hei plasesr I will nor nllow MI. Trmull, his linh at Mr. cSnhlihmlams rlhe he was pol uile of
c,.l1 pr.ilcea uon cam whmre EI-Oticso Inubr..maij. lhla nor any ouo ele., o et his situation in lilt- he eve. so Ihti. or houfw, a.i said, "il you come back here, Ill break Py
h tn nr.l to, for olncn im lr In thae ith hicl otlhrwrie, to advise or didctur to am, lho I slonid act neck;" ad ibis young gentlmun related this f c
ll.n nWoflal to, for oftC lr .. thor I h td. wh hetl I conceivedl ,yself in aniy manner isulled; a imerclhant of high mslwcltabilily and Itnlll, ard dIe
Mr. W usl nad hiupN.,elf t iurl cdNrged. and had not Ite Pili.c Maiitratle bIen fully aware, thas g entleimen will comre turard. when the time rivin is
Tim Solicitor Generalrplied in seoIr a rone, as to ba I was tlI|h and,lhll~i.e tsIer incu ilu tm 26th of January, prove the fact.
se.ly ileadibi, but was understood to say, tllt Ihe de- under heavy ruo 4imiz.incis Io keep the panice, ilnd to ap- Just as Mr. Whiltdek a I ulIeme from thii ghle
clin ld msaring the question, par in the las Aprillern o,to nvwer to tIo Ex-Orvnncn Jule, m sun and Sir Ja C. Sn th eame to eIhlip).
The dofedu wre urt t rally char d, and pll iu6ornlmations., for ialleyigel libel on His Excmelleniry thel i Wihe rre i tIhe scunldl silhtruck tm ftler-let nr
Th dfnoil'.t v rnor, a n.d t which si had directed tim. A M.oirnc t;M, nral at himi," said my son. No my Jder h v," said I I
ed nut gilv. to t ile aain st mnyvrlf, toli nine other genllenmen of this holir ieiven hlillii riIuiIl for the present-leave the sI:fr
Niclb l loUn-i, hI rsevt-r wuldu lure dared te have i4llrrrd ione e- ic our ild l r lher." You hail litler i qui.st," said !r
ra. I 4sult and Battery. pressiionn-en,ins word-to no, h icah swas ike% ti IItI JS JaieaS I o sonii, ai, r I'll no ut yuu in nu', ;'" In iw tin.(
S.i.lhlaiIi. iiii.i l IPe deuiatnd U li h llii i ilnumi hliat i :I xpi i :l ion. t: I on sail, ".MI| r oiruHs, N will o nl u ilr itt rls '"
Thi Chief Juulice dclivernl his decision, on tltii intion iAprehenllsiv. r. Mr ilmr, that l. hiv re i rdy tk.ii umL I cIaoll (;ul, Sil Jpinw .. d l yiiui nil see lc.e il. i, st 1k
f.r a sw. trlidi dai ctase. his Hoelo r, iaflr enSlring too nucli ol your plmlalr newsplrapr," u Itre," sail I ; Ynu will cusrilder viourelf in ai; 'r," rs-
uill, Inl,, the gruns which id aio urged upon the I ar I reu.io., Sir, p int Sir Jme.ns. I irnnoeditr i ;elad r. sa an
M t deuadas, t sena aside h eic ard bi. r oubas dii S erllvant. I.artt nd luing Ines rII ctlirllv, nspnid. "o rl li&
oss"i"llgorm t uodieta b m, vheremldi ctf ;cd rnssumilrdla notl htC iEUR(;E t' WOOD. .ir IJsirs." ie Ihs called Mrl he'lli, an altrll'k
unwiilliignea to ditlub III* vricl ; lad pnrnl)aed, thl ____ own in .iscenlt, and c mler ery comni ulds, and ikeftl
thie plai.il sholuuld remlil u otIm defendant tdaumiages t. li v tit ssco me tn mly Lougrters.
19, whidc hal hb s awanlad himi, sand reeiv only a ADVERTIMn E.IET. I ha.l ;irr,.lesl to have Mr. Siendilandis eo me amn-
eminal mumne as nomiasl d .al r od fy io 1ama giwoul evy ruol ast. be I.wa as dtir iar Argus. Id nlf oIy ) e can ed; int,
Thils proporiniM a rs cad on the prt of Ue palio- m--'Pthe Editor of tie R.oyl (;altte, still Irrsistine l.'l-'hiiilwr. I as l.tandie MI ma y nt b .ile; in Icri
til'; il cousal satiIng, thls the Immun of damage was in untlrue, unkind adnd unleneri IIstI.a.itnu-It in L piIp r, lr llUlir hlding It.' handill a md, ith a fare as pale 5
me object I Ibe plaintiff. I an again obliged, lls imblicl., to give cmitrsliction to I Batlho'l Ih' eli, lie tseln-" I am sent to require aewirly
Ae ie ether baiMss, the Court adjurned atil them. In the Ruoyl G.,nite," of the .5ih insr.nt, and i I'rim you., Mlir ic.r lls, to keei tIhe pear" town
tr Trm knowiing that a nel rilhd hadIn called fur, he ihas agin, Mr. Sasiandilans." I replied, that eb s no he r of I
W mI with an injurse ll dt no man potaucinu cjiimermi hoineit night it cnsie ti1 ny houre, and enter nIv bhe rhlmbt, is
W ir C hri M lr ie d a ndr rer. hi inro in ih ie would tberer' '.to, Iet forth an ai ticl for the Cexlr.pn s liphk ;fr scarittie,; tiha I wa I nire.il in Mrret by th
word**gr.pa a mte" purpor uf injing 'my cause, and biii thiLveo jurors chief Meismrne,nhhll ad nt requicre.A uchwmcuritieas5
t The re tl i of the iforneiom emni d a great del of agesit ir wh who, Inlal'evnt of a new trial ;inSg ranltel, n Sit;" and, .iieling lu the dlou, I recnourral hkiui
amademer i Cn- ad ihat pan ra blr mne ;agaic e Mr. would have to drcide on nay cuae.-If tllert is Iliongtnl off. liri rreily wa, don't bl"n me, Major; Icaxut
Aedlnmu. wi ek tmlgd him with havin dlhvird ml rhtl- the caalogi of clln. uesne more u.jult nrol injuriu S Iu, i Slill sarering maler lle i ity" that I hald wm *ill, m
lage to ChaId No shi, to i a dl,. to lthe great the welfare of ti b ubjtect, or t the haeipine. of socil.y, temper got the rller of a mnd I told him. ai h e.d 't
mroIl athem C~irk m Nbim." em ra l'ilh it it the her, iugurou atnp, in.t erive fellow an sake li LIslf Io I welhd tick him out "f nIy b.a; I
a bur a I Ight 'e truth. of the ahnd oe ohe N-iw of hn.in, js.Ftiea.Iry deanh at to him. it was hii, aid atheIs lie him. that mad, amy It.'r iI .-
Oni*nl ti ai t iatrl. Alu. paooi r L'Lhe s oe y uur i ut in order the tir s wol ia large may c"m to a cur- wI enit lndurt, crilaed (thll unrfrtllnllI at" mi '-
rid late l oc* SI. rct knos^ < fd a, ihe whole rtremnnsnces, as llvey I .ninious in .whiily ; anrlt I ilriirl hin to 1 ill Sr Jam'.
Thisseu e occurred, Im e t- hem to ltie psihlic :-1 ras invitl ft lrun n.-, lhia I coisidrrl .rI Mr. Snadil ils' eriuore t In
N --'-M, RN. h M iA I. uto th ll mt di EPlie'Baldiltgs.a lin ltde d o ,rf Nemler niigh, w. I priisediatedl : AnI I itill shiot lo; "f I
tiffiaf, cl. P 1mih Mgt 18'. l*ast; I rirved ihere, danrtT after Sir Jamcs ,eal L.av kormns., tt wih the exception of Atw pMurseS wrhe b
m i Fd" lvref '" Balamf M Ar'gs. S onyth; ire m asi la rge eowd s the door, whirli, fir Iarwedy nums falsely sl oIrn, almou al the genr se.un
Sm--I hbeen Ln 10 tliornmagh,dirated with the a ,on, msde, prtretted re fro'm nittig my hors to the in lhe rnnin ill tia w i as, thir bClier. Ithat antch 1 i '
hardly codauct o C. R. Ilbit, lhe Police Magistrate step., wh ee I wl dto elilhtl. w" o you te tile 1,.1 fact. Mr. NelatI rwl the luinta w, nto f i '
s r h tw, whes a eihel* p o gs was snt to Int Major per di" mal I olthe cnrod. Oh1 ymes" siled him; and. from wha I have siree ka.'r. "
la W m lktl s r my me m ha he absocial- "e vo;c ; cr the w ay l" 01. lNick." Whlu is quitr hppy e ihd get ut of nw p-. m; I. r ns
o ded *i olb eh.m hldn lf o be or s despi- that," aid I, jdsr'g ,p stai r" Snte person in hti Ie o.seei'edislv dispe inteni.. o .. ...o'
aMe a ai i a kd such mflmgs, I would ot have crowd snweeml, t'i Goersor." Ilave they cum- ii,. to tond my ,in ltul intici|i>r m:e. oI I.-i 51F iI
amde r.inrde elumil ton the treIsc n, tId Inot fell remeneil dga cing" A Idl, nr. l wasollt rrpl. I Judet throith tlme bhirras As it hamil. ino .s', hte
myslt me Carnd a to sdo fronm oring in ie the ho u t ws mo lie;" I I .; then gave my horse utov ny lce, I count hbe snrro ivll mi rh'de i "-
Saifgl ObarM" -lteth inio, a leer hldr m d itI orderly, and tkI hhta not to go home. as I id nat intend mined to kt die hsinea drop. MBt I fA.-n. l )r
e dir. fhe at a oer ad th e acitmos a of to slp along.-The fc wasc I had no wish to go In the Sanmlilandls however ki* hI ouy h.oet o d nr s t. mslrt
STRUTH," a laig s* tatl ent ua fal as many B ll ; ner wcal I here go. hsd not Llebn na.si Siort- society, hbd, ed.r ,th.,ry and vi;liclu i..et -.r.i
as"*" wohi h a m' dinuogm rd.e clams of that e nd nt Ductor Ring both pre-ed nm,-,the rnier onb- pogsmsee him, in bmllin houir lfter mny sa oiioste
i'' ( a serv ing, il the presence of the latter geatleni, that it mane m aildaril aga t me; and llm the Prlie '*i
taI eshtllb esr lepr` tiat f tellin" TI. ," t oudi look trnltme I did i t go; end rrequessl d I uulhl trate, ('kharsr afgrso .eas tite, 1 Etqine,-iv l '
he ha ms Ie i a b Pohle t"t plain unvarnilhd alend, rather than disappoint those a he elpectlrd nue. I ing in his Mat iterial chair. tor nvo ( irneion ttiliIt
l "N whlcbaey ed a riMt o eplect frwn his iglnure; delerrmiu d to go, btt lso not to remain hug. On my Il sworm tp gUmin me, hid nrr sil thmnl sr; O'
ho wbhen e shoaw himdt to o (ns hI has beyond a entring dle monm, went up and mnad my hot lo Hi tlde oed i dJ Judlne' chanm w to seek for it, ndlM t- .
delk) de fal er ouf the ulhlead pary, I fo one, Elcellened. I thedr looked for .Lay Smyth, to wbon 1 Snalilemada luly betrvted, Mut only say tc*
wi make soms allHann tLhe temper he must also paid my repects; and then made it a poiul to eo buhot gl l friamd,a wll mathe cu identonfl s)ah
hsve bee i o "when mde aid l en; nad for his rn l, ean ow to r e.ey gentleman of them .svy in ie nd his l ; auy, .enofl hisown friid. As"'bs
IeeL aNdlp, whick hn eat own hM. id whith re bt mrom, s cme inie of my rank and years. es such conduct an tei, an m ending Ihat Mr. Heer **
maullmlr a thr, whty r hels ls d Ib hi ion iha a' dis- I had jer t pnr al dIuty, when I perceired Cap- cajalh i iUiau. Mr. McMLen, of ite Coimmilre sa. '
I~gal w .t Heum smd ot, howreer, have llowd tain HlohneaOf the oval Nvy, n due left of His Exc,.l- Black Pine Turucr e Ahe Walkins, e dl aded e !r
e o have diacovred Iim to he the author. As he lency; ahbdflino I might br consilered as nealgcrfl, i, i. ins me,.or the purpm of being forward **
a ed e em of ".Tu.lr," ha-'duld have endhe- not salut in him f I hI the sher ollcers, I hasler d to- jmdie ue in the eye of the (Imoverui,,s, I mse. do".
oad to a have ea Mn tp ac flly than hr warns him, to rmake my autmm.-The part of the r'ams till then, rIved o the drefnsive.-- woned h saIk,
Tha dl.e d mal mrtide," rwhih he usa "a s be (l wuiee rlrv pnmld on thetrial) where Captain Iub- ,no time I lou-ld sct i' my own deas t Ice
bC on am s ty he." Ho, ls peba-d h, sn wood, was v crowded ; and trying tou gt gar hinm, "
mat of be asw e n oth I- tllln of the 10dk. tih I w wielm i pwhrsl rth d tncern : on oue m-ca, hin, I so, a e ia iSdlt-s q.; Ala u lrs 11
opunkinL of w mrlnnst ed v a d i b e ht er, my -iLr.v l ,,,.trlv fel ; ar.n fa in t, I put n tt my i (eft hl I ., tl.n eo m, swc. r t arost e.s, whn wendU r~a
p--h.nbt a lnetuaay. h hinm. whes e ges shot half ave mvnelf. I did sot, I solemnly declare, see Mr. Sndi- nulh ondeny Mr. ioa. t ,w t
wray tih~ug. iJll lle aagem he deop the a ki, sad lads at that motenL.--ui rfecling aiy i d, hlwesr.r, tu ugJrcd p iues a ca ue.


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SU1of doI RI yel d eaaa k -nw Ubinu amNl.' le It Ie m nmme is light I iaMi buLt a h
W i* iesaL being ipsetimed agl aim l e, bhe as'. I'4M L iwadd Ithik a- m bt r wMu mi
r of ue bh, tim point. sill, is t pa i, ed .; di d. *i I nr di o prnai bhaMwen
,lma rwr sde au cr mmaS a prwelen thadt my conde t a em dair- ol as caenm a the,
imta'" t t- .lu wii I mtaltl I s prwe, by nemers
,rp o.atr, as set mil Mr. Sandilmds,. by aoch co- pg meM-a f eo r and slosp- tdal vwerety, t ae
Ci s I slulve hoadilly filkh, the i.l d tote p my d adl was in the sli hI degree diureaa
d ~it B t ity omad. u n pen iad manly; I fIl; and wi itedthem, aho,(thisia.ine bad of 64 ,
i puiig secru a. A i ruly prew isL Court I i wrha v onspired to injure me,) I will prove moe te
i ) vil lr a es au. su gmmalya prseeding, a they will like to hear, or what they hm e of.
by tls pTysrppnit aptly; I Oppeall l then a Mr. M'Queen mys, in his reprl ofa the trial in his
S*I my letter to Lrd Gray, while l l stah b- paper of the 5th inst., (with a vew, I verily believe, of
ugat a in the dark i ad I resolved to premed iaginls poiwsuing the minds of toy next jusor, in the event of a
ISai.lditnds by ilsictntuo t the l sit of lte Crown. new trial,) tlat, in Iis ideas of tuch matters, (I be his par-
do aiilaides ns.a. as a set ol got up two indict. don,-- believe lie does not generally get credit fur a plu-
pm is ginl o-l -by bil tlf, the other by lii well rlity of ideas,) and after bearing lde whole of the ovi-
,ulleiWsqs. Cherie R usre Neablt i ad, although deace, he did not consider it difficult to decide. Certainly,
nisl of the Griand Jury declared they never saw, it ought not to have been difficult t decide; and was it
ring their experience, so maly reipeciahlo witnesses not that, unfortunately, politics are permitted to take the
.ee forward, (asy one f-.whum, thliy told nl, tliir precedence of justice in soes nmen's minds-and a cause
wJd would honve batao suMcient, let alne. their oitl*,) ti which hnd nothing to do with polirs, having been viewed
appotnmy isdictmln against Sandilands, vyt the Grand with that unfortunate feeling wbich, for aoe time pat,
I bolbt sgh proper to ignore the three Hills. has pervaded society, by sonm of the ary-It might have
alillhtgtler wasfetod play somnMwlre, I riolved I would been settled in fie nrinutes; for the aumh was as clearly
Mtbd driven from my Ipulrpos, vi :--a public invest- proven, afourwitnessesof- epectbilityesaiypert,eould
((ion; and I, this end, I had recourse to civil action. prove any fact, and evea by almoot all Mr. Sandilans owa
'el re.ulth hli been, a v,,rdict in my favour; and the witnesses; and they muse know very little, who do not
antraordinary I ct, of a Judge being convicted of con- know,that if it is proved in a Court of lw at home, that
lt I suist hkave the world to give a naine to, in thai S. lifts his hand It N. and strikes iblm, and N. knock 8.
SCourt in wiich ha ad dhu honour of a seat on it. down, and gives him a good ki&kiog or baking, that N. has
ch. his acting afterwards against S. notwitlltanding; and it i
Swill now make a few renlarks. 11d Mr. Sanlilands an evesy day occurrence, a Mr. Sandiland's Solicitor well
laiSlt I wi* not sincere, wrlie I bvged h:is ;,:r.,)n for knows, particularly in his own country,
t accident ofi Ihaving trod on his tu, should ie no; To conclude, I hare said, ae my ton had shot Mr. Sea-
(bfo Ir hl ad rucuarsw to tie bllackgiurd net of liliinig his dilands, I had resu;ved to let the limiries drop; but lwhen
haln in society) laive either asked ae, *ir s,.t a frirnl to I Iinund the undermining conduct the opposite party were
mpirc, whether I in.isndedl to treall on his toe 1,1 11o1 having recourse to, I determined tolet diem see I lad both
W-'rn 'l Iae i Plire Ma.islrate waited on him or tlu the courage and address to protect myself-from the iabi
alliver, which, as the Pulice Magistrate s.n., lhu (San- of the midnight mnuffled auassin. I cannot be expected
di:. I.) hadl Iromised the Gouvernor last ni:lit, (here you to be more safe than others ; bat lot them attack me olwn-
l edallyv sc.ti ruo iracy,) lsdmuold not Mr. S idilhanld, Iv, and in the face of day, and they shall find I have
IJas, irp l',of ninly or generonis blood fltia'el in hi. tonsach for then, all."
mins, relu!iLel, no Sit The nHlair Ihas been sittlel ; I I am, Mr. Editor,
tnrk thel i.'llHsr, wuth-itut Irfording himi ansll exIplanalion ; your obedient Servent,
kiiln., hi slhl.anu through the breous; I cr.illot allow W.B. NICOLLR.
any vin lictiv .et Is to tniishl nmy rp'ltaliu ; I will not, --------------
rla.;t.,, i rs osy hliaon I any inppr to illa. I.r is roil, U'UST REI'EhI\ lI, per brig EJsrHnisi, fmeo Liver-
irin alry ,' thle Imtan. lIUs coinIct iwus l ineII stoI,.- 1 pool, the liollioing articles, which the Subacriber,
mal itv l vrva y pDascuile OL dn lil n iny iari. liI i it Iini e' ors luo fir < ASH :


ailo,!i.l. I Z'lra Strislid and Clerical Socks,
111. S5 n.lilai In kncT, that in alT.iirs of hmtoour, s-errrc %n onrln'' Slo:knLrS,
elt I"' i ospliil. On Wliit plk tlle-n, I 1,*,.kl ., c.ul I anc' n t.hto D ill.
hallt.ilit Ii t v llv u un r InIo nol to Sir Jun.i --'ll- t('ollin ),ill, Ssir'. T u; n,.
iapic ,,ct is Mr. ?jsndilnd r.mine to tlali-.it hl io r ti- I loir Ciorld and Flrlrninre Diumity
irp f if nsulling me, I do mt..s soleninlv beiev. e; -ind Iron Pots, Dulchi Ovens,
aIlis edI, lu.l screwul his couriE usp, not to the stlik- Sad Iruts,
ag, but Is. IlI, tli.sin, plirit ; anI her hr' to I lose, Jwie. Iroln Tear Keltles, lined inside, &c. cd &c.
Sconii tin tlo his friend, Sir Jotins-, w, i hk.iv oi aivl W. R. H. SANDS.
i,- t l I .l not difplsinitsl. r f l ;,lr ci s 1vs I 1,; lth1.
at hero s i ti; abuov me, tlh.t Mr. .s.iilFlinl. would NOTICE.
raere have .i J ited o hve liled lii, hand to ov,. l.s lie 0 Tuesday a"r, thy fr rrw day of May,
h*ril hlv itl.entn .ol fly I, if ihe had not a Il. ,,,. r.,n- I N Is. AI l'oT'IIE.W CHUiRAi,
itinI. thilat ir Jans would liave alrirdCl 1i:i hi., isI,- A( *I O'Jlock, (N'1-)
ill.. Wlat cause he might h-i'e had lor ui1-I % I (oieng)
"iol, is Ilats kauwn to himlf; bit ;,ivn" a.irl I ,'ill be sold or Reited, fur one year, to the highest bidders,
l dosl:.ied. it was ne iry ofi so i f .,.ioi ,,ad i llTHE WHOLE OF THll PEWS 1li SAIDCHIUKCI.
eIstaIl ailn nark to get up soule stor h av o*a uf )nliti The iurchasers for the ensuing yol o ay continue in
fkitions, il such low blacksimrd cnndiict ai berj ii..i ,-- the posousion of their respective PeVa, for die term of
ald it was aserted I tr-Wal-d tl. (iuv.-rn r wilh di,. three years, at the pscice they may purchase them for, by
mIipct; that I lIha tlruasenlrd I, do Ius when going inst paying annually, for the sane, to tim Clerk of the Vesry,
btOn I oln, an, nd, previously, In the morning of ilha day : previous to he day of sale.
we eiinsseM were pet ilnto Ilt bol. to prove thlla..r- By order of ihe Veltry.
Ira- e a higllv respectable merchants, the otblrbua .e GEORGE ARMBRISTER, Clerk.
Twer, ilias Witkins, (one of tlie there worthy wi- April 14th.
ams I have alreuly mentioned ;) this latter cwore very BY HENRY GREENSLADE & CO.
ieretlly from her firt anidavil, as I ant led to believe-
ibsr. S.indJlandi had stated that he had an excellent Ons u7aday, the aItidgamel
tinsu in Illack Phlhe. She however swore, when At the lture of liM. Montil, in Mark l-rt,
sRhlt into Curt, that hn dil not hear me threaten any At O1 OPw be A0 1.
O. It would have been very hard for her, poor creature Will be ald
lreveer. tlm Judge's eoUne will stndl opipedu to her first WillAr the leat Rarw,
Aavit, anil the public are rerlnosted to keep ihr state All har remaining Stock i Trnde, coamsiig of
am is rerolloei.an, that when copies of thee afidavits Pavilion, Book and Mall Malii,.
neatitouu to a*, which llhy will he, an lpportunitv 8li0ilng far drlms, Uinghebm,
,d be iafflrded of proving their trnnh or fhmlaboou. The Limn Drill, Twilled aeyal Crape,
in'altahle nmerchlant was Mr. Farrington, whom recent Veat patterns, Men's cloth Caps, Silks,
ie.-ic siliction ought to have saved him frnm ma abor- Buibasin and Bomebatt, Satiws, Volset
bi an attempt, as that made by Mr. Sandiland. Laces and Ribbon, Brains Doames Lace do.
lagiwg ilu the witness boi, he distinctly declared, Lace Veils, Gaue ad Silk Handkerdchiefs,
khrew noting of the matter. Ti- he.ok. however, was Gentlemen's coloured and black Silk ditto,
"into his hand-when he counsel for Judge Sandilands Cottom Brae, Pearl, Bone and Lace Buttoas
d i he wild not troule hio with anv questions; hot, Bilk and Coltoa Cord, Reel and Bell Cotts,
*ha hem swur, as well as I recill before e learn. Pias, Tapes and Bobbin, W. B. and Week ali
dgythlenu ial finished his olmwrvaiion, Mr. Farrington. Thread,
lI Are, aprevs .lhilewlf to the following ereclt: I have Ounce Thread, BaLau. Prayer Books,
iput in. h.-r-l- will give my evildetce-jutlice de- Ruled Meoic Books Legers, account Books,
W itl." Mr. Ker, as consei for the Jndmn. (Sandi- Novels in ets, Spellise and Picture Books,
tllbhee put the iqelion," did not Majef NicHl threal- Playin., Visiting and Conversalion Cards,
bkinck u a row, in a conversation h he d with you Ladies' nd Geatdeten's Silk, Co oo whole am.
lb morning of rI sd of Noveoner, at on that half Ilose,
l" His answer wea, m" I rer hew 1 lajor ay Ladies' and Geatlemen's Kid and Was Leat
Iie of the kind." Mr. Farringon evidently Gloves,
%Rasd for effect; on the disposition, that Phobe Ladie' and Gentemen's Slaoe,
knave isick to her firt anldlvi. Ihe, however, con- An asatorme l of Perfuerv, v.
m m c in such a way, that black, brown and bite, Roae ad Lavender Water, teoot and Hai
l to lauhb her not of Cortn and, with the exrepdlon Powder,
1Hiknor, who frowned, and expressedhis displeaaure Pomatum oana Iair Oil, Cologne ad Honey Wate
LaOISe every person premvn appeared to united the Milk of Rosa, extract sad Essence of Raw,
S *Ulck as par black Pho-be. An assonmeatof Soap, t ditoof Tora,
Sis there a human being that lives who can give er- Tooth, Hairs nd Com Brashea,
fl W. loJl erertoa. th, wt t these to imull the A small assorlme rt-Whaut! an offer of 37 yreretnaliver, o i WITI--
ii. a place as ball-room, th inuall lhe re-prs.s.nl- A asrtment of other articles.
SIl Sovereign !-poll pol, I is t lucontemplible, Ter-es-CASH before delivery.


r


On Jnday met., rel 14(1 twiaat,
AT Tri TBlOBE 1*t$1.
At 10 O lOIeek, A. M
Will he old
SepMene Flour, in wh and hI t arkm ,
Rice, Soap, 8Sar, Ac. ic.
AND-
The following goods ae Euphemia, fom Liverpol,
1 chln Tus,
Barrels old Madeira Wine, in boldm,
6 dozen old Port ditto,
28 do. Brown Stout,
Cases Pickles,
Hamper Polatoes,
20 tums Hay,
1 bale containing Broad-Cloth, Quilt, Check, kr.
&c.
1 caeecontaining etraSuperfine Lloeo, Whitu Quih-
iag Calico, Stocks, &c. A.
9O jars Pearl BDrly,
20 do. Split Peas,. c, &e.
ALSO--
Ex Bchr. Three Sisters, from New York,
40 boxes Troy Candles,
8 boxes aUcon, Corned Ueef,
2 casks Cheese,
Sausages, Cider, Ac. &r.
LIKEIVISE-
2 Honers Saddles aod Bridles,
Term--CASH, before delivery.
At (ae Manth' Credit, as giing uwriy,
40 half firkini Prime Butler,
10 cas Copsc Brandy, Otsrds' brand,
4 casks Pale Genew .
May 12th.
BY HENRY GREENSLADE & CO.

On Monday next, tIe 141k inLs t,
AT THu vrTJIIn note,
At 10 OQLoe A. M.
Will be sld
The Cargo of the Amer icn ic nomer Bingle Sailor, free
New York,

vi.
Flour, Condles,
Corn Meal. Flin Corn,
Bulter, Lard, Onions,
Chnel fllamn. Plttoes,
Cider, S oil, Girlick,
Smoked Mel Crackers,
Pase, &c. &c.
Tern-CASH, before delivery,
May lId2.


BY HENRY ADDERLEY.

On Monday nesti, ti. 1441 insutl,
AT THE VENDUI MoDea,
At 10 'abtoln. A -.
Will he omd
Superfne Flow, i* blels,
SBgar, in do,
Rice, Corn and Colee, in bhp,
LoafSuaer, Haus,
1 as Lien Thread, 12 to 24,
1 do. Reel do,
I do. Cotton Shirtinr,
A few piacea Hair Cord and Feilu Dimity,
Gu powder, A. ac.
Te TASill. on dtied

The follow artid l, a Enphlmi, from Liverpool,
At -.e flt' CMt., rai, sra d y,
100 llaimper Potatoe,
20 firkisi Irish Butter,
50 Ibom Sop.
May 121h.
BY JOINSON & SAUNDIERI.

On Maoday nent, tan 141t isua ,
AT TIMIR V19tIC 00ME,
At 1s O lk A,. E .
Will he ad
For CASH, before delivery,
Superie, Floor, in barrels,
Bugar, in do,
Pork and Beed, in do,
Irish Peeomo, in do,
Rie, Corn, Ham, Chees, Bmter, LarJdCade,
300 feet Y. P. Plik and Flooring Boas,
AND-
At ae Mntis' Crodit,
6 boxe Sep, ported in brig Enphemi.
May 1th.

B LANK FORM8, y decriptio, may be pA5
ScredMt this Ofee.
N. B.-Job Prmitlag ne ed with nerness and di-
pdh, ops iro paper, ad o sabre arem
January 4, 1832.






.aw 4one SfimS


W 7. am m .alad m 7d.*eoS -g- .. a--er rm p_ ,- OMNg -% ,
I AMpm a '. epquatlS y ih am.l Afriens, whoe gemm ma- their pm te
lt sappe gi t z p-vi l Mev ame dioL dLro in sme aspects from Brw plea
with dre Cpujmlp Ei ir aga ln she ohla law impmngedma fl r isrtI peer
great nrepuglle lio, he,.s i a -id be a.isrly pro to apply, dien- th con ti
rciacdMr i. plial .Cull ,la. ..&ih ltu No- im ly, d lka e eemd u to P .agam iiprued fhim a d cE
amber, w.hreisle C ,olWI d irary down a&e Ari, ma o Chrisun sl who we., in -o gree .pn a
Ihppeams qJuinatpr Ihe celOce of players toward a lt u, aqaiied whh the truths of the gapel, and the colonls, whi
lsler l.e, uimhidl, fr the abool. authority of tde ebliions of a oath It i not meant that in the Iapale emnomous
Cr.w over taldeti i calenes, it dos not appear of l me he actlenera muas always remain dissimilar, but spent on
tlmt tIhe lie propr can C fi d .any means f mrusiing. that some dirnnce hIsuld boe madu in regard to the eriod have nis
A saitem firl &n of Mr. Caaning's species C is qu loned of Ihe introduction iuoe le respective colonies. In this po
in the o ebevamthM" of the emumitil of Wels India point f view Lord Goderich evidently misunderstand the as
lantl, sad cosidermble srnelaid upon it. Mr. Can- Meaouing of dw coleh evide" those mentors
ailt nOi mUm (and to a cranin asione we gree with a a cheaply as fo
him), thai if the cunditieldl" the slave is t e uliprov'd, I, t i motourious, t the idhe of emancipation generally comptlilion w
that imperavenae er most be 1peroduc throLu h thi dt O i& J '
tha" inpr.nve"munt am i ias aruscd t hriogh di erdien ntertained a prison by the slaves is nor uo much de righl Msenu, ia his
of his m lssr." Now, it ls ll very well if the master will of choosing their master, mad working for wages, as a io- distinction."
soegest, support, ar aMt ppe, any useful nmsas re for lute fredoum from labour. It is evident that this state of
hl nreal well-btoing of losle. If theu master w*ill feeling is the wmust unavourable that can be to improve- Accountfr
liable tle us of the whip or abridge th loaurs of labour,- maot, uad that an mua will work chee fully if his mind s January. It
or e.l alish ima fair law of nmenumnaiio.-iur se ny continually haunted with tIe idea that he should be, by orders of the
olher of he anoy slop recoImmnded by Parliaw teu ri ht, in so much beler circumaUtancs as not to work at the resistance
Ith lekgilalrea of bartered culnie,. Ior the general all. t sloald therefore be the fist great object of the was to meet
..nrli.atln ofd e ircum.tunces of .tim lave, lwhy tlln Guvernmet to fru me oe mnswure which would correct onesure reor
t lin Ilmpsr.-'em-n" rpokoo of by Mr. Canning proceeds Ithse mistaken atiom, lad lwichl would so operate upon all supplies to
n aurnlly iltrioi,h the clitaanil wliiclh lie indicated,-amine- tls Ilave, tdla he would be prevented, on hereafter pro- (Cromiek.
Iv, thm of lie planltr himself, ned dut uournme o at. curing (hi freedom, from indulging in idle habits. or reven-
h,,,iN I,.s no Lexcuse lor interference. Bul if uo rli. s the deploroble condition uf lbl usva. ge.
a ts d n r anm tie deplorable condition of the savage. = 0
Il,,,.n.,-ifm l slave. bte over-workud, ad,lwhe. lur*i* > There can he no doult that the colini ts could sg-
or A.ul-.i lro. Pirn-c ve tail, if they be l then vr-pulish- ,l valuable expuldieoas fur accomplishing this end, i' the e Ererj
a!,t-if dvIaparaion nal ilises got aumng themn,-i- their rights of private property were regaled in the aue s- .
n0,,,raly Ibe ..I pl)llil, .and ii l ei u h r yearly, cred lmaner as is the caU in respect to property in Great ul resi
l..>tlshlydnitnllewy,-whaill ius adk, becou0 iB Uritain. Let tMe Government, in its acsl give a full give security
ol i. M. .iain.' l,. liman, i hl It lk potaI neo s r I hat, under eery change, tin eaitlion rights of iidi 0gf.r/o
a1' m., t'. ,1.i.i hb thte instrume.lnt for relieving lnd inproviug property are to be prrved, and te colonies no doubt
t ,, In .,ar ,.pinin,, and we have already ewpreed 'it' wi ill promptly, chst fully, and elicaciously propose further ter which, at
am, i.ni of .lito. Hnritnil (;.,verenaent has lain in continuing measures tor forwrding the work of i.adiUration, and may b obtain
S.ye.i,.n ,if h,!.tvv ar action, cornlied with one ul cam- lpr.prig he way or final euimncilation, much better than
n irt;ral rimn.-n, hic hfor rruine Gavernt t indecen nd i ally timt iave litlerut brien proposed in tllis couultry. But
lr;lly illl,.ihl lur th Uo G,,v* enl lo insis a it cannot for a moment be expecltel ilIat tllis sel will ever """ou
s. a rku, li;,r thl comfort of the nesro ns mighl, under be nmnidieted so long as til IBritish Governmont is dis- C Februa
a1'l;.re.ta cicualtnc-iea.s, he easily acceded to by the West truiled. This district a natural and jus, hen all coni- ;lh Ap.l
it, r pi:antern. c questionable, ore donThic di n uoral adde alh o i l April
llii i.,tret. Tie plner, I e bl, m eralion of couinlnasiun is evaded till set aside, endl t "
rmaiJed to h. linl. They areo overwilmenod by lie wina every admission of thie colonists, however it navy ist i
c.anmittition i.i f ,reinnunr in the general usmrkelt tlht ale) have been guarlod snd d qualified, is eagerly seized and n .t
aredrivento esirl evrmi y minute's l.iaur which can by tan' acted upom to the full-st extent, and in the nlm.s u.nqualifi- tl;Ih
hban.iI a.tan. he wrong from ite sliavre s oil all estiatel s ed manner, witihou regard to the injury or risk tlhilc nmy e;s h
w w,.r ,-;r, the staple a the W e t la, is, is cullivail.l. e occasinel tou he rights of' prtierty. Th"e %.ry dlJ- soth **
I.. q 1v,.rnnw,,nl 1will ro n llit It) tiniah lt. sui i dalch of time Colonial SecSrllrv under animadalrsiorin is th M
t l.ts, ,,1 aI I* r lm os ihtil on ranl with III;a1ul bui In- | l tci tnl I ,o d tn- il o r u, llI. ac, a iy s ll linit i a l oc ror-
,,a a i. a',It u a oisatl Moas.>U's to tilln dl rirt l itrc litlyv tlant altia 11W lla .cIttagl 1tic CtAOlalls to co-uperale JU| iht .o
i, :.!,,,rh,.,, i, hi.e 1te appl)icalkt n ulof lt it llile itiInu- with i (;o U iIent s e on
la.-leru t khe. r night he extendudl in these uns proportion, a a *a Il.atrll
ai r lam itipav.nt.lt'is aaf Ith paoor consulird, inslead ol be- The committee mighl hare, with propriety, cluvo their Ilook
i.a- sti inex.orihly scrrifiead as Ihy ,now are to thm landed ,bervations. laut tbere are still a few paisaga.n in the dci- Nble
i*,.-r..t,-litriher, if time Weat Iadies be no longer colau- patch, which, coming fro, toa e iigh utleority of LoJd (;o- silver
l 1h, la us r-.sort lto a dear and distant market, imnmtead of la terich miight gave rise to much misidlll.rrinllilg a the iIest (
reat.ai:.aot.n uatl clh-ip on, for dI oniclim of first accnstal public mindla l if they were poase unnotliced. It .as rDe- G
,,r hi lll hy tan mlin na.d,-.Pairlamionl, or tim esecu- pectfully stated to his lordship, that it a:Is inpllillc, at tl., "a"ilo"a
live. (i.ovrnLnent, aly then enforce, wilbout scruple or premlt tieto ielse a nw order in council, cnlit.lttin T.Ille
c.,, ,e, uon the colonies, whenever course of slave relief sweeping changes in respect to property, alten it %.., (-ner
al auie.uorat.ln shall apperu Ihe nist etfactal to its known that the colonists wer driven almnut to despair by H'ind'
iurpoe ; nor is is alparehendled Ihal the gilalive aa- coulmmercial distreces. Irn
weihly of any of the islat will. undei such ciruI.- ,' Ilis lordip hai replied in a manner very extraordi- sewin
slanca, he di.pnoed to the slightest oppenition. We a nary ind.e Ho states that the great peermaei n cm ieun Nesls'
not seumciently nalstes of the subject to decide how far o that disure is to be found in the inrtituton of slavery, (reao,
ihe circular order of Lord (Jderich is calculated tlu the it is in vain to hope far continued prosperity in any Siavet
al.ieve tlI resldts .aticipated by Iis lordship, without pro- contrv in which the people are not dependent on other
during oevls which he bhas not fort.sen. It is but fair tu o volutry inustryfor deir supp.n, and tham ie can- M 9h.
thaowevluntary industry lfe heir sIIPPrtrteand flint te can-
sauv.lCel sa o f th e r ng in the Wobservation or not but regard the synsem itself as the perennial spring of
tlictlr's .f the Wo la mesaaine appear to t theem distreses, of which, during tie last 5 years, tie A PE
arutely drawn no, and smae pIaes written with no com- complaints have been s frequent and so ju.t. lRegarding, i Jos
usi ability. We lave ot eomo for mo them one or herefore, the orders in cuaned as n measured, hbu, at the. Providence, 9
two. I remarkingn the univo liyof o penraion which same tim, a decide advance towards the ulhinale ex- i he snme dul
Lord Oudrich rearir for his orders, they my- tinioi of slavery, he must on that accouu t r,,erd it a Esate, are lil
The West India colonies, tleagh chiely rising msgar tending to the coe of we pecuniary ueumirreusalnnu which meant, at the r
as their taple production, difer wldeity front each uodir in it is i to eahaicea.
read lo soil, climlae, the extent of nnoccupled land, the The conmintt eoaider tha these inferences on tle April 21.
csnnpamrali density of their punpollitin, ndl many ot.er part of his Lordship area ua well founded.
uds etm nlal physical circum asanes. It in quite evident, In the for plece, thI institution of slavery does nuo
Ihls Ihe inceniive to Iabouu mua vay according to hume necauarily ecamiu coammrcisi distress. By means o IllE SU
circu.mmances ; heing great in moma of Ihe colunine, from slavery, the Unitd SBato o" Americ derive almost Ihr concern
tih cainpraliae diffiulty of raring subsistence and ae- whole of tebir figacoammerce, and they have attained sotify to thou
cr m rklm; quile feeble in otlmer, from te profusion of a prospaity mproliled in the history of uems. that unless the
s.ntensor lavilshd around in ever direcllon. The slave "* In thie mad place, a denuncition of the great vious the
coes, tlrreftn, to proplre the way for voluntary industry, viiiitdes in Wel India commerce cones with a bad an Attorney-
to altr gradually the habits of the nerers, sad to make gram from a British Minister of Suate, when it is well
them acquauimed with the duties sad obligations of civil known that ith vicissitudes spring front the policy of the
society, must he, in many paticulis, essentially different mother uemtry, and from her having for an indefinite March31at
is their meamwa period of time, ad her pusioaus n passive isalruments, X U'MA
Een if we do not amps a comprehensive code, who mihte be uadlla pklrulre, and forced to bhed every
but luok merly toh I ming period, and t m exisiing cahge which policy or caprice on the part of the mother Apply
eate ol slavery. Ibe local circumstance is supplying the country might dictate
n grmr with and ery mast u riauly. Enaciments in In he third pace, it wenssated by Lord Althorp, in Fbro
this respect, h ch would e auplicable to Barbadeol or de Hase of CanoTm,that the West Indiana were de- Fe ry
Aeultir would be quite alarl d o Denmeara, Trinidad, or serving of relief, and that their present distress were
mIle Mauritime. no attributble to themselves, but to the forwn slave
"It has further het olservmd, that the basis and struc- Irde. I is ndd singular, that Lord Godericia should I
t re of he laws wary in the diflreoa colonies. The a-. keep out of view this great cunsidel aion, which is national
jority hae Englis law; but mom have Spnish, some ad nd t local, or applicable to the colonies one. 1The
Dluch, oese Freach; aud i is evhidat hae local institu- I is quite evident that if foreign Governments hold thn.
tim have rin which mandrr it mne ary to consult the ot every paminl amUsitnce to lheir psesiaon ; if Great
bits and premilectis of de people, if we seek to eect Britain, o du cotaury, give no sch auistace, and not April 24th
any ilueary change. All utesnue of eminence lay ly deny herdisiat subjecsl justice, hotl ras ad lin- -- -
down the maxim, tht i is 'ba r to improve political io- ate their loal govemments, the foreign cahivator will rob
itulions when defectlie, so thal dry may he in harmony the British caltivator of his bhiwils ; iad our dependen-
with the notion of the people, than totally to destroy cies, ne retained Our It parp of commerce, will be- bni
them, and mubstitut others im dtirr ? *, quito novel la come umle, involving, along with the ciuhivator, the ilmi Pr
their application, and framed according to moan gemk l shipowner and many colblamtl ad important branches of Lii
standard of guveroteneml. Irade, in rain. For Term
Be.sidi- the difference in the fimodamental straiere of The committee stated, in their first remonstrance, scribers.
tII., Isa. the comparative state of civilization, and ofi that it would be uttlrly impsuible for the British colonists
oral instruction, lal s in theli Jillcren cuania'. Sone lu continue their culliation, if their expenses wte in- Marrh Sd.


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at l nole m ue rame the ,-
Swas diminishd. l Is r te
tima uIe han to compete w si
Ea-naa--rk ; aadwhis
Sto subject theBri tih ~clmi
d disadvael ag l vir 1 _,my
d to sacourap g e Slas --
ch thi acmay, etmilr gA at
m smiually lavished -to ha -"
It is tWuly imporsmat CAto a g
of mnelioraio fior nithe
is not whelthr an p r t hi,-_e
a, it whedrneor s not ite Aa i
Mirg ugr. with which it a m "
hben it is brought to aus Ld ,L
I deatch, quite uwii n (L"s=. u

om Demerar yesterday, mre It ib lh ,
is found impossible to carry into A .s
English Government rspecting ei
is nearly universal, and the Cometa
t an early day in February, wirh tLhe
ted to would be, it was said, te t iJ
bte Government of the colony..-ji,




y person about to Lea these Isad,
d tItred for the apace ofrunr DaM,
lt the Secretary's Ofic, arpl uAphiou
FIrrrTEs DTIaJ prerius to tad isdepm.
any tim during rouTv-r-vI uDr, a Tacd
ed.
NAMES OF PERSONS
TO OUTAIII TICKET FoB DOeABTU.L
ry Elizabeth Sullivm
Emiher Robinsos
Marlulet ChLpeht
i"veamn Johanes
Emily Johason
W. I. Alsemdn
John Wildgoe
MiIsDennir
aranh BAl.tImI
W. M. Fon

CELVDI), per Ibrig KPIIL.MIA, andar
reastanable tenants, lur CA\II.
els, AIes,
and Eye Ilinges, usortrJ,
Ilemp, Awls, rc.
Ware Tooth Brushes,
;ilt and com0nmon Piltl,
uld Eyvd Needlks,
s' Cl1s4a Knives,
da. and Fork.,
an Steel Ilntd-iws,
ow IHooks and Siaplei, aborted,
Vire, fr T''inuare,
g Twine and Needles,
foot and P'* Oil,
Blue, Illck and White Painls,
Lead, &r. Ac. &c.
W. J. WEEC11.

NOTICE.
RSONS having demands noet dte Earn
ph Stmnders, late of the Island dof *
entlevan, deceased, are requerst1d o 16
utt lestd ; and tlnwe indebted to tie la
kr-wie reqm.-ited t make imntediate pf
fice of (;. P. W it'ul, Equtae.
'THOMPSON SAUNDERS, El. eam

FINAL NOTICE.
BSC:RIBERS. lavitllt alond 1il nrersrta
noof tie lae aliss J. Snl..dmIn, E.:" '
.who still remain inder'id l, 1 ,
ir respective dlemamnts al ;ItI ".i'"
it June, mhly will I ,ia ptlai, a "
lt-Law, for immoeiatei u ,' :
E. M. SOLOMON. EIecuu".
C. S. ADDERLEY, Elecu ort

SALT, Ibr ale at 13 cenul per a
THOMAS TIIOMPPnO\
At Eslm
4bh.

FOR RENT,
he house and prenises, litely 'ai-
In. Poitier.
ALSO-
Ld premise, lately occupied by Mr. D
to J. W. MILL.E1


FOR MALE. ,
The choice of Lno of Lu-1 -'ie
adig mand iirmprovements tisherea,
line's street, generally knows by l -
ghtfoot, or Cupid's Row. I
and other par:iculars, apply mle

HENRY GREENSLADEA C




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