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: June 2, 1832
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Subject: Newspapers -- Bahamas   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 16, 1831)-
General Note: Latest issue consulted: vol. 5, no. 47 (Dec. 26, 1835)
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IKOnRE BE1418, atie r. MATWIRDAY, JUNK 9, I I. VOL. I-No. CII.

iTE lAIIAM k AROUIL to pImaNs csulur which they could not er. Wil it ihe me to devote snunt disregardef thepopulatie ll isun-
-m- aid that la s lave popudatium, whel c ne cu my be fairand i n el ea ngl i ibkLheprjdiceagwim el the proprie-
PUBLiaUKI) SMI-WiKLY I IMASlAU, tl r. done, which always will be doue, arauin out of the wick- toron the slavsand intIna junl luwardsl e lts alreiadl
l-ilHt DUre per anami Zadaieoo. On- of hemana nature, where I solitasry iniace, or even clieelfully es red. (Cheer.) I beg to say iagu Il ut
ligt DlI- pe' mnm-lr O more sltn a olitary instance, miglt iccur, that it was To in any observations I make upon the orders l coun.', I
I-s-^ --'lihe macgnilled so as to sink tiw purprierlul of thIa property antm ntuated by no polillcal fe.linls. I reoiak a, i
in public estianion, and lu huld them ip to udium I flow orders as in my c9nscience I believe lt a '
Sdues the matter stand 1 We are unfortunlately cimc.nl- is, injuriously to the priecr of thie colonl'ie. i.
ltancen It our returns .are bua,-if they anslmel ton th, distressed, there is an rccumollililon l ilaril:i, i ; i ,
nuoling, or ii' they aolount to liuile more lhan nothing, what ticularly as regard the colonies, one of lhirch, larma-
Souursc are we to adopt Why to hold on and suppol! i dues, had sulTered from the vilitiaiun oif Gd( rlch usu
i-- -l those persons frulo whose laimour we drrivu nothingl.-- cai n oily laineni, and not complain of. The otler was
-- ___i . ] ( lose, hear, hear.) Is that tie case will any olher d-e. from another cause, wliicli las not only hrnwon iia k *I
POEI n- PLY. nloI ot properly II' prrsins are einlon ed in iiaiiu- I interests of the proprietor%, iiiani of whosu' I'" i t
UIK ILT UI'V (l \V. lactire ; if public uurks are erieced, Ihce inuilcient those de.etroyed, but thrown bark (th e 'roIrI of s i\. z. ...
Te- 1 s i i work corua to be profinlabl, Ilha inomeatn the hands easi- TimIse moas anxious to promote the welfare :! tlh it pe,,' -
tr I f.i l y, iir r 1hln i rnd ly d on Thie are disisn ed. t' in U'e do that I niel- ltlion, were loing thus unwiMsly lowarcn ltI. i (i i 1 i.nd
\ *l i l ot. i trr eriiiir I rou l l ir I lion a to oshow dat it is noi th e wis l of ii perolriuetors tlhe propriulors, to allow any irrinlion oi f l.:tse c ris i';'n
l\'i1:i Ielee le piil gIut' aruoact.
J.*r s iles',s all Ihv soul pie-ns. lohil a Ipo)ulation ill Ihl il s.ille of society if tlhey could going lurlh to those colonies, as they can onl\ I'. ii.,u.'-'ll
Trel onilily le the,, rruah tl' fl-oweris oh utierwiis. Bilt let all lluhse wrlo are rfi nding iifalt %ilh to Ith master, and throw back he riviliustion of -h' mlnl i.
T'li or illhs lurfare itau.htro uluw;. i .shw ios the war out of it. II will not o u o say ithal Weare in wuch a situation, that we Irn compl lltI s iionl
Trnmpliiaeil 'Inim their .iita hoei rce l.r.l.use nl individlel lilies prchpcclty in tihe i e :st ludies tile one hand, and boggars on the oilier. (lloar, hear.)
'To I iet lillar sweev, o er H: au)t' g rae.' iil he is in and th,1 l li in iil to hlave u due con- I Iiterefore wie tIo deal as leniently as I can, and Coelt in
AllIl uIral.en let your uinitn In h.lr t .riraiion for hlisow illteresils, as well as for the peace, for a pamperims before Tlie Government, to ieo us relief.
i.rc welli thi IlfreshaiI wer.lin -,ii the hdappineiss, notwithstandingg tile slae1.ryn), Iue sal'cly I can say no more as to tho m ismianeinentn of ci lod ml
An er. IYou friii the sceecr pi;'p, ancd s .curilv irf lthieo iisla.ds.-(Cherii.) Inl Ithat state of affairs, but I could not resist stating what I have siatie',
*( In lour iiIIt roel c oIrNiiini i':i (;d. a.cciley a t. we nu livin;gin. I nimention the l things ti respecting time Orders in Council. I will lheIrefore con.
Tisn i's I e le sli r .ls c in r;. i. remove that uiwarrdnliblr blame hichl I.als been cst on clude by saying, we are all thankful for a.y assistance e*
l'.11 l.a 11 ldvel .ne d ril lir Il r i as li ersonar who were aillilly and willingly resisting an may obtain ill support of our!slves and pruporly, under
C.e"c i.-re s, thioliahil.d.s s nsi o nirle, iIcnc.cllullnt 'Th clare i nr t i rus ; anoid T lln I con- tie misfortunes both at Barbadues and Joamnica ; I ay we
A~.ul piaus .wiillr er lie.luity' (ir.;n.' 'il'lr iiore closely s.lne thef cirrcilitancelrs of dllrtrs,, arei not only thankful fur a hat IrIl been done, Ilut state
Swt.I wiliercd roe! mi'e.lv lrty ie 1u n indrr Uniichl wm e are, now sclTrri: I beL to declare lial I that we shall be thankfIul for what we have a right to ri-
C.ll iears into the vir il Ie 'ev I .II no.t liipcoseol to say hllat ervry .l'es ril)tion of distress lie't to b done-- right which, as British sulbjecls, we
0l il..y t le prnlmpreT l ui'ie llclllcb irllleruL! Ily li e propicuii, su.a occasl ied soldk by a stale strongly, and we cliii at llie hands of Goverern- Nlt
It1it-InIhri. -ll Ih l.vr iii t die is niiiaiii.g nt of the' lnsaved, or iy our inltrferunce wili I that Iruoleclin which is due to every Blitish subject who
A I;Il w lrll hr' i ille I.isr Io' v llllli. i ai,,t dsa e c pipllation ; li e re Ie ilr erilicu distance ole. lives under ils ldominioi l.
A11i iL i r, raitne ec ll' iiroperty f tiue old oculonic. The rcded 'Lord Selkirk loset move th first resolution: he said
iIjk hhhr wo I" Iic cIoc us tcd. occ' lonru Iluducel a grear I i lcicn. '.iat curtaiiily lia) s ce efect, l iut becaU se it lead it. prosperril of tlIOM cult. i.s was to be overthrown and
i'.1'ci, is i tIllie. ilicy ou' tlis country to lease our own crusisd, ii would bring ruin upn the comoierce and con-
W l:S -INIl IN\ TJl{ |lt.. cllonie., cdilril on by Biliii.l enliellrise anJd lrihi n- li r t-in no El'ngland. lie would not further occupy die in*
-- ic Jl.cl, te rIlitn. Slinccl tlnHI olicryv lII crept inlli. tl dis- valIaildce Lin- nof Ihe Imee'ttiig, for it was not necessary for
S1EE ['l (. iris ,ed c tate of cifC nIlst.ii'ce.Is ls e' xtitd.-(Ileur, hear.) hill to sayV n re, after lhe able' i. laellsation whirh the no-
'lT' sntyv, Arcil 5i h. I would wih lu Imllc I tit Uo a s ji '1 whlirh I kIuw t)e be of bi rli.e irman lead civieln oil' Iti l1pret for hlich this mirt-
In i):it iarin r of Ian in vilritali, siIned hIr ; gral nlI- atheii- ll a deliciat nature ; iand .i I amli di-peis'd in thi I ing had been convened. liI' should iinreCl move ille first
her ci' i I live h:IIs conil eci tld il ll te 'el i N\ I. I;.i ; cl. I ietin gl. bo ll wih ll rei' -i T o Iu ll i partli .di s 'nbled, and rsoululiion, which was dec;lralury of tll objects wlhih
aid, i, tei'hi.' --v'r.il if III' noIlilelv, anl n..irlv iill tli I froln my ouwn feelings, to exclude any hincig lbacring a com- lteIy liad in view.
pris. i ecelesleilcs, hiiP-:ewne'i, &c. i,.rrs''r ,le i iIn tlll 'lion of political or pimy views, I disclaim it. I would Mr. Wi,',n 'nTaylor row and said, ceatI he had cI ea
prls '.1 ,I'i, ,i i* litrch 'o Irae Ihe ellr h liiil.s, a pilblic not as)i 'ar helro to-day, if I awlre lu enterlin ti e iulljeccl pleasure in secondiiil tlie first reiolulion inrpowdd by lih
mer": i '. hirl Ii.i al.y Ti d City of London Tavern. I in that poinl of vioe. s tlis 1 cannot helix adverling to unobile Lurd. lie mut confl-s Ihat Ire ead not fr quent-
Ti c li;I as el c'c'li.'dlnvliv ,'ruoli,'.l by goIv deti n of ial hiact of govereineuni rrlailing to tile Oidirs in Council ly pr.esenled hiimelf au public Ilteetinlg uponi this libjerlc
abe irsl let'orlihility, who look a reret inlclrest in the of Novemiiibr last.-(llear, IH'ar.) In adverling lt tlhel when lie felt that lhe inltrerls of tlme colonies would be
smell ul' dl'. I.Ay' prio'ceri lin.:s. Iileed we never wilt- Orderr inl (Council, I asie Ii to a resolution of ParliamentnI best taken ca e olf ly Ilhols who presided over Ihem, bilt
Im cd .Ia lino rr 'e ct.ell e ain ic.nilblac,. tle. or ir nlil.n I in 18H, and I miust s.ay tluh those who wea parties al ti'e pred.snl ularming crisis, alein the interests off tio
entl Ia ly Ior w-lla o(f acciuineII In. ioiI h.n lint room tI Ihiat resolution, aI II tio le decision if thu IHouse of colonires, iani those ul Ilany olher countries were atI lakee,
cometin .l. 'I'hli Iirs presc.nteld two sItrecllis f fpecrone Conlnlouns, in H82 I, respecting he ti lave mnagnienrt, when oue ofC tle deelwst and niost deadly bluws which
caItir li ly enoini ucp Hind gling dilown. | ought not to be parties ill th)e O.ler in ('uncIil, of 18I11. could eve uovertake a greal and duorishine nation was
There I arl of llireew.ul was iauiimoiiuo.sly called to the I We ware living i l ltheise of great colonial I .tri.es-we- about to be indicted, lhe had no hesitation in confessin
drair, :inl i'-er else col'.i.in c-tt clleiv lip'- r. ci,.l .I ~e were lio cen ih n liries u iuon gralt rcoloini.ial .to sei.n asl on liat e 'felt it his duty to come forwarded. It waste oo muro
of UIr' ie-.n ih.il in s..,i lecuI e sclioldi.ll, t le nole '..r i l ItuI-wlheI il would Io lavu ihe policy and widluol to have slie fashion to de'prrci ale in one way the interests of the
alliddi.l the Il' nlilg as fillium :-lle;ulli-nen, bewoen I concilintel rather llan to leave infla i'd. Bui what has coalnies, and this nighl be Irlced to the fanatical, fantasi-
pentoe I 1., ier IlliieI.s if llih, ilm, I ilegIls I .S n tin linst ais1 tu ll Ilte ercl f dll Order in Cuuncil of 1MI 1 bearing I cal, hypocritical speeches of a paity to which the country
lCat, ilo ime'tion lsitaa s.u le oIri ((IIP Ma rlli of ('haen- on tIhe face of it irritation Itwards tie colonnis and in lhad been unfurlnately too prone to listen. He hoped Io
do), whl. Ilas Iheew in Ihi halit of reprp'l..,lllll heern ltir justice to the proprieliorl, interfering by Isyingio long as wse time day lwen not only those wio were imelndiaely in-
neresis of the Wer lndi hi ly, is uiiiavliidall preveCII Id you permit liI clounies t llave clinical legislaiuies. and teres'ed in lhe colookie-not only thie who lived in
frnm ai tei ding -l.'y, whie al le is cau' of my o dIecide questions rngardling olloe iilandd it is unjust and another country, and lived upon Iheir colonial incomis,
ie i ig tlheel huiecor iof h'in aiisp.eliniei io lIe caliar. ''e ill egnll to interfere by helrs orders in council. (llear, bu when every peri|sn who understood a national question
*lb Lirl I s hic.n uInrer eniiiiiily Atteeive to the inter- Ihear.) Todictale to ]hon\eassebliies, not from parliament, wuuld be conviunced, Ilial England in every bainch of iii
oe uf the lWe'tl Incl ia Planieri, and I would nmIch rlherr but fron the council, and It satie what appears lo ie very I interest, was as deeply interested in this question as tIm
hai seie'. him in tie clhair upien lhis occasion th.in nIr- i. I traotdIinary, to say ie least alf it, that ihey shall vy to colonlists tlmnselves (Applause.) lie wa happy tp10 s
lf. I, Iluiruel;re, bIe leave to ulrer on his behalf lIs th ce legislatures, we have certain I.-nefis tn cncIfer on cond cllhis resolution, conscious io asei was of the importance
apdllty lier ntf altsndling, bein pnre'-el ,by ollr matlers. I llse iandsan and if you dlo not agree to whale we dictate, tlIh tiuh ronnelxion I*sIwepn the rllonia. and thlle mher
'1 f al tat il.u'liig Ideloure so nuinerous i'ail resp'clitble I''i ', lal no receive tihe I nclils even in the dilsresseil county Iv shuldl Ie as intiloaite and mineinerrupled aDpom.-
A kely I. Ihlat now i)resquit, ha it a ilt 4irdu 11e a Id n('- i aid inking e.Lllition ofl' your iitirelts." Bea to say nn ble. If Ili colonies wree i ijired, every interest i smhe
lead)ivlv d uty is pi'd ip i 11' Lii.I. e evolurina to I ne iide, this is the reward of yiuli non-olellienc., and we Illloher country, the glory of ime nation, and every ri-
driw yvor alenlltiln, which I ido notl by anllv Ihie from i will sink thel colonies ii vou do nul do u ; but can vou sink soi urce and bIranrhuf cormTnerce would symplahise in that
mjieli, to the ilualion in which all the IA'esi India pro- the co.lonies witliul t inkine alsn tie interests of the uo- iIlilny. If Ihe West India connuesion were despirdl, ihe
piesor r are involved. I do nie desire tU atrrl l e that therr country I It was iyilng, if 1you d1o't follow this ad.- arl, manufacurles, and industry of lEnglaId would be in-
iltres el ainy piiricular circinaimulices colelerlted with vice, we will liinisil the nolllther rcounlry Ihlonlgh ihe jur,- jured, fur hley were vi.ified snd Invig ralted by the clpi-
arty or p',litirtl prsrons, bu I dI sir isir lNil dIlireCil liumn of tlhe CiilonkIs. I thec'r ri1anon or justice ill thli, all which nlcedl inio ll Ihe molltr country fromn he colonies.
bly he crlilseredrl, as ii o~lricate not onllv on i I, 1. 'i Is, iand look alt ihe I atl of tite cse'l, that duties A lon,. wish Sorry was ie Ino s*ce hal sich invaluable intlreth were like-
hl*on tllhe national interlisl of tIis coo'lltry. I I Itll Ile ie aliinml of csevn nilllons isr produced frou m the i im- lyto beuacrifacedl the fanalical hypocrites who hld forced
are ainIdis nllow Iian iNeuon oedinarv or4nesiiiiu I prrcnrl purl, and upward of live nllions fronlm tie exrlprl. Is their nuioue itin eovertnnenil, and when they had ruined
prlf hrl; oe vuuthe WtV'l ndlea piropiiri.eor', and in ti, lia tll Io bh sacrlficld bcc-. .a lie orders in rcunrril are nol the country, those wlum they had impo-sd on, would
on f tlhi s m-ropllpis, Ire I-. es" I I l-l it Illlre are. obevell Iow is il itha liT e diliins on cl.oniail produce Iarn round and say, IIow coultl we have been sel blind co a
p'rrsioni geone I'rlsh couicernine WrW t IndJia propuerl 'Bamountledltothalls! It uul.)lldsirislalicearloeveryperson caklniity, teimlwilriance of which we nuehl Io ilare fie -
which desrv t li ho mel fairly anI lilnesllvy, which we ill't any properly un winch seven nlillions duly could hla seen. They wuldl sacrrifice thatl which conlrilbuled to
a do hicrore oiur cuuniry).-(('ht eis.) I, aInong charged, nlust leave aun einurmdouu lhrlufit in the lpcpropietors. lth.ir resources i war, and which leelsild In soup lnrt ev, rv
are< an a s.ulfrer; hill I .lam nolt a sllTirur nial to theun Is il sco So' far front it, dwre ihlli levied on Wesi Ildlia dearineent which gave stalbilivy tIo tle roclnotr, whirlh
ia meav have nolling IN t their W t l lidi. i prop-lerr. ; prIoipey is in .iiIIe c~'* so menchl property cojifel clrd suppolned the Iarts, nd whli( rePnered s Crm thI l- eral-
(Helr. hear.) t ins on their ibNli.if Ih I aim anxious io I (Hear, beart.) Can a ncociliery goon ha in hat staleo thisr? ct blessing. It michi he invdii or at leas incde'l e,..
t.1 ih r c.ire ., il' I cac il.ill':re.ntl I may say, aas Ito l' Is Ihal. or is it not, rlea ing Iar al hih Ie i.putelr fcelin' g in I if he l re Ie o eak ok hiimsell! slill I il u. r h lel he e' ul:,!
Ie uf :nv .iwn. (!1 ar,. l'r.) I'i.) re liivw e l b'i n si r l tie rc Ci r 1 II ici iii mp i oria l ho me Ti lm I should sltae not dlo inter dhi.n to adi. rl In a t ovt r rivrniion l!hel I r in'
feini." crealcil i n Ihi r nounlrv of iirji.;irce aioinsl a'l whal wo i. Ill i i.pr 1i, .ii, .in y iInInl on lin.linI very re. recenr llvy irili!l a rei al AcnAie- I l.ve pI.l' r i. n ic ...r
Pwrlelere f WoI In',la pidiprra v, a. po. wies ulo a c: t"'Iv tlha certain rev. ctael -rs l iI een pIIId I 1ipon tle i country. This partsisn hlad p 's .-.l I re':r, I u | ,.
& pjloplc clicn. Nit odil hIn i'at Ir-en I eal e aI c )Iicr s o cli'C.I t. TIey lef an illmir, 'slin I llr pii.ihr lion.l tlitl ap lproachine nle-ltie lI nll1gh i.iqr e in' e s I irests. (iMr.
Of chlar.. arains ii, ni if sr c T lerll rehIyr lIck'ilIv y nd d noting hail boeen donr, ;nidld it all ac .I teo dJ. rrc-ar '- WaLsun Tailor) lead answered that lie would attlnd lihu
Lpl',-rlv drivingn g profits 6io llsi di lh.ir of ihuse in- ing theanrelioration e-f tlin coundliion of lti slaves. Thlal mrrt-ineg mil explain his vorws. anl that hil interes.l
tr i l. I ill .)Ik .1..' ll ;lr i h ivlf, but for all 'hu fr s n fair nwaards the 'he W hel lia bIody, in keep oln f roal not he so nleah injured, for Mr. Simon TTn Ir,
er pruoprieto~s if WeUl India iprelwyrle. Lia we would 'iclt anv ar clioraiioun that haf rn nscad in tlre rouloi- hIue property be inherited, hnd pot his family evnr
iaiiusliv, if we c mid, Io wilhoull III desIcrlllinn ofi I)on of the e lavs. I aInk, what has occurred wilure Ihe the reach of any sunch da rnrlion. Nverenhrlt., ip ft '
hui._rl't I r.) Bel we ae,,ln sa., thll ieine >ropirisrers, ver 1421- Ha there iben a stoppiage of imp)r, mernl it hi duly to act as if his only leo.e delielrd-el uTihr he l.
I* are n.ii iitlc dealt will: I .n a' i a p;eali c i In p'r in ite dlhri popoilaon T I I eis lhre ee any s tirnin: bac k loonk'. As far as his intePret was cI~e orned t i.- 0nj
m my ,c:ilvtryl, rn lis e aire ePnd.' o.'rlring i o rk lthia front i' el i c u'rsi of airl !i -ration N 1 ; a ;)rcrerr. ,ivi.e sate lion sa -I cinl line of derere, Ia l;.r r c r
i ater Iy civ ti ll'ssf. n'lal ii I I, 'lhl. cwhe n c'iurcied, of in provlllelle ha c Ieen cArrl; d on. Then where is tin I; rseoly lurc';s or '* ; whl lbel r lce i'enlic.' i c .i i r..;L'.
lr ki,,awr by tllue aliu codrCl, :oil lIni'e t1, be filn', or wiidon or the propricti of Ismuing orders in council whlcih ( Cowilul d o Ite la PIrg.)


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Of il sthl*sL an hwrrit a in wylc a tl, n I *ppmni ly *a Bnhritih o t as Ao nsldlhrsald g "hea wh N-ur
lad.G ee wneckd f eaurs.. in0 i uSeu* on the C, onltU ,l ansd st.y, in the opi- ddeI pIary who had been denouned wad dialh luea

hur sm bS a g ue vernment--nIanwlyto be wall-inforymel b forI ia venlur seeks ritish Goven- uh arefid to Ihe uoin 'h r r a he
, ._ ......... o iuseedictsehat are to regulate te whole state of so- chant, in Ergland l o grstify their ranncou. Thi.
-cieiy in our instant nsse seeona. be borne-iti o-ly private injioutice individual m'+"
Hd Iappears to be iighly desirialo that a compl'let code only Mr. A. ruined, ad Mia. B. reducedto e ua
rat of laws for th protection of the iegros in our Colonies em, and so forth ; but this is out enough--oma.ouii "
Ir= J im" away las brood(edultitd so enmltrace th Resoluaiosi of Parliaient, n- iC nacted-ithe Colonies-the hated Colonies, m 1
MAT JEDAYn. JU a. 9 I a. IMy, 18) ls uld he made law in all Ithesu Coluonies; but ruined as Colomie. A rich West Indian is no,
t-- it ufo s ela elu a ner is i only by prudent and concilinlory coitlnct tial ithe be endured ; ge rich in Canada, at rich it h to P-
Ourlielii(l to-day isalniontleclusively filled with ater (uovernmen ei n accom lih iisl desirable oblirs. Reasi Indies-well and good-but you umst no:, and y,, l
elatinlg in die afaiEa of the Brill West India colonies ; and ihfrraitig oieuiares uc h as those aluded to, only de- notl, et riches, no, nor bnrid either, froni tie Wug 0 ld'
and on tIh first and lost page,willbefounda full account of feat th9e accomplilimentl of this desirable end. If a cmod. Beegar the planters, sys ouc, and then tile slae, m
the apweches and realutions entered into and adopted, at nf lawIn, such as we havu indicalned, were generally e- inure comlfortably off ; lay on a duly, vays anaohl', sd
Stablihed, amelinration would proceed under fair protec- then lthe Colonists will come to--s leans irritate ...e
||ee mreigi uf nollemen, merclhunu and others, held a tion ; and dut constant system of delraction anI irrita- circular dispaelces, and then, very likely, ihey whill 0
the rliy of Lindon Tavern, on Thurday, the 5th of April, lion which in practiced by toou m.y perss boil, in and nilt themselves by somn passionate act or word !
nieni oned in our Ilst. It will he observed, that lthe meet- out of irlimnrnt, wouldd Ibeh .d.ild ; a r-esting point And will ,lie pineent t yivernouint ie gon mt tu
in,.. ccion vy tb nd ningnurm ly from ct.cainl ameed ling wniuill tie. st.il.li.lihe,, ;sid tIhe aiir Wo still hope they will not.-Coarifr, .uar ;ll.
alendedi, cnd wituld lose been musicl more o bit for s ie ib*m ect of hi t ,anity ould bi aetaiued ir a the ol FasC'If s. .e
manifer. We trust that the gziverliltient nay cell situ oros a o ptd uy a ntis atuntLoted.
staellnhes of the roon-o greater nihmber of erinis seriously consider the path theli hav lately paursued, asil 4 very impourant discu.ssean iicilhn.lnly arosento nn oa
having been ubligld to go away for want of accoosuala- eut hesitate to recede from such positions as ouoelt not "of ommoiua last ni, on a mnti.n for ,the ldo
lion, then ts who succeeded in Ipocuring seats. to be nantaintied. It is much hIeter to confess an error certain paier sto tbhe n ,verit lik uln as i ia ,
fS.veral of the London presses have already begun to whien commilled, thani lo persist in dloitg wrong for i he of the measures inended lo be pursued in reiard m alls
advcat e tih rcuse of he colonists, in a very able iman- i suriose of maintaining an ill-judged ciosisteiny. colonies, and ithe extreme danger anid inconvenie. e of &.
sveiie; aeid o A (Court of Conimon Coiuncl sas. held Ihis morning lay. was otronglv and earnestly urged upon the alieteime
ner ; eod now, ltie ubject hving ben conmumenced, wr n uilidhall, thie Lord MWaor in ithe Chlir. A disrU.siotin his M.jesty'i MHinilers. It was saed tht if 11 the me,,
think II very probable dus the British public, generally, eook pince with respect to the propriety of petitionin, of relief tobe proposed by the ovrtrnent ere o s %
will b dise d ied to enter fully into it, In order to cone io Parlian,,tl to carrv ino fect the Order in Council re- o ntingent upos the preous a optionof the conducitio am
'" I" w s i s a in ,; b in i ne. I t is u .muc I to "oiir an errou c ertai n pap he Croa n ov e it) contuhnes in C lth b I,,m
a currect knowledge of the true state of tle colonies Inive t t Went Int ia Slavery; and the Court w as ome- o. .l. the C on e e,.ton in the, rd'oitob,
ps.nmwfions so eseasially necessary to thle prosperity stbntt to 1 J tur trinadmhsiblew a rrnirg te eoo Colontal \e ,laires cousgk
of En. ; anl of who worth, by flar the greatest n an prarteges s andi ny attempt tr force tha Orater nai t
beie f tio |meple in nland, are enresmively ignuorant. We confess dthal e live Ibeen painfully disppointed Charlered Ctlusnies wiulild, in e:trei. destroy the uiil th d
Thie intly crew at Alilernimnhry, who have dispomei al the apparently finil resolutions of governmentt with re- their counoexos with the Mother Cuuntry.
of their own West India properly, upon advaningeonm C ird to tie W.sti India Colonies. Il weasn that no ma- "SvIt wa allempted to be denied that any thiet hwd Ihes
trin pt- odif w tiun of th pobnouiors Order is o bt enlect- held oaI t f t idce he tnolontfsis to comply with Ihe pwounu
terls, in order to embark their capital in what they coo- Mel-rlnio porioni of the nlale is to b withdrawn- of thal order; bu, on Ihe other hand. i was forcible U,,,
siderel nordn lucrative concerns, ol a worh character, and shat not even a rlmnge of lone is within the conlem- rtoat em, i ,anh l s owsn Citnre thi r s rltulo,.
have too long been rilline Joln, Hull. Thrigh theiir ir.- ilation of Ministers. Tha e hble of l his Orpi r iusuhtlce lherwe. upon he old Coloinl, afconitnc Io ihe esI.p.o.
lOresl, sne nol idrewlified a ilh any honoiranle dlis- is peteronplorily o be inflicted ion lte Crown Colonihs, ienriinit lf Ministers. was nilrher nure n or lesst sht iht!.
linctions-met wh noe of r i he sterlitup viriu-s ,ano its rtoceptlion to In r.icontieniesil in the. chartered tea vre thteal. Ti'h t sassdquto ii of ith iamynitatei a: I w,
nCooniear by tie alternallve of a bribe or a penalty, as a ciondiulitionai elttilitii 1p 1 I the sl.u's t as : p with ih ipei !.
of soul nhlu.r--derin e halr have olheir inleretn tha on fhlltis.. toniellei-ee of tho qiccshe ,.i nc oos r refu ofr n e sr i in han. it t iea 1 ,1 iu. ,
Ovr willn tie y are lo lord-leave been nt oe1 ro -ll later,, e TIe distlress if tei We"t Inian'-t is dhnlitled ; t of Ireland hohr niii d e pdlt ,t i.us.sesi,. if tiler r., ,
ditlre.nt W tl India Ilands, (,omeof wlom have arrived ul lthe only notice taken of is is to extort obel]icncs r ctirr. aod lhatat re lropeitr si, ,t I I .C o 't,. Oe
hero,. ad are Ioliltan high stations in tIe (overnKent,) ilte price of any relie-nny, as thlle only ineins of ovui for doh specific portmieof robin shine aho fronis them itg the infliction 'of .itncl. The obedience rein hired t. tith regard to :snteii.irnce ihe ondtlition of ht n.mo,
'ill, in the d.litbenle lldgminlnt of every Westl Indian she continual aitation of this qiue an ham .lirtiJn l .J m,
ilhl e o nx ieeon of euippor. T li isn quiheuevident, ind i roprietor, at leto t et il brndl, introduce confusion hai lie most lianeful rllers is llepeniden of il.e ri.o
requires no furtlhr proof hean wlat we haove already ex- which inlst tend o destroy tihe single change existling of lion of prn|i urkincted. wpreserving the ('olonieis to England, end of civilizing the ow wandering ir the twoods.,i niit pri-li (,o loi.,erf.5 -
o- ... .- coltoured pwohlaion ; and lire penalty threatetied a-ill, before the we se.asoi cominenser; ati sou ly tbha iss Da th i
This morning, the slop llero arrival here from New York. even sa a three, lienate every heanr from lthe Plrent way io bene to a .rnce shhen Mewro hto l ,
where she sailed on the lth inslalt. The Cati.n favoir- italte, and, if indicted, produce t once and for ever a to- sed r there antillle rler in (Coi.,cd l o 1.aunlai. a
ld il with a file of papers from ihe Oth lo the 18th inclusir e; al y and irrumedlieble ruin. they afraid that the people of Ihut nhyntl man claim the pI-
oar f whaice coantala lo nion date to the 7th and ljverpool When the Uovernment ol Ihis country nssumes, and tertno of France Or hane the. at the relen .h li.uir, .
o the sip of Apil. The news, however. is comparatively of loudly i rotliinm, its fined deternnination to maintain such aun 1. see the dangerous consequences of Ibeir (ounie
hlitla mporanasc to that alreceed from Jamaica by the Mail an attitude of ri iliy towards e most ancien, measure -'
reieason Wednesdy. Thofollowion wa we sho summary e-fl whici moss ften tavooesi, atpall limes an o st important, POOH L-AWS.
Son y Thollo um f inrest, in he sum total of interests hih constitute hi, POOH LAW
kthe meo iamgnptat ITx :- great Empire, we anxiously ask what i is that tie rvpr'.- The apilirahilily of Pir Laws so thle cncnitizn of Ire.
The Reform Bi ha lots msrh of itl lomer high bear- sentatllivesl of Iin persecutied interest have done io prol- landl is a point very generally discumiel ; nd au umal, no
Si a*nd there is litle chance of i being ornetd i n the coke much unu m-a- nh unnmtural-conduct on the pan ten ps'rsns are foluund to agree in full in their opnitiN
Hoes orf lord upon Its crond reading--eleas (he threat of of the Parent nState I lve they, without the leave or Iutpon it.
cremtlng new Peer, should be immediately canh id into effect, licence of the Parent State, introduce a nysten of so. 'lIe advocates of a poor law for Ireland are many-
The Cholera progresses lowly. Total niumer of ease in ciety which munt be pat down at any inaurd 1-No! the but it lle so happen thatl liy all split lpn tshe deltai.-
the ut'nie Kiladomn, *,45 ; dieathse. .s Parent State Itself, by every known ortan of its will and Ti- only point d'appi iis she prIiaepir. On Ihis t.'7
T"he Saireb of Hollied and BelgiUm are not T seotled. io s wieh s.originmUid and cherished the system in q suesion. seem tI unite ihndus; but forthwith, each u ies of in
Sl it i Have the administrators of that vsysent intrbdylced ant tangent from every dleri.t of the circle, to oiane neMw iu
Ki L.Lop li aeooamplalim toclool o Ithe seond deserioratine novelties in t at variance wilh its primnar lion onf detail. Dr. l Aovl, Mr. S. ith O'Brien, Mr.
of the mnillti for liMt, ismountig i about IO.000 me scopet-No they ihve >one on regularly for the last i)' Jam s (ratilan, Mr. Sadler, Mr. St anlehy-lnmsl evety
haa eReflled the fortressesm and is making other scttSi years amending and softeningtlue operation of that system I one wnho m written or spoken in fivour of a Pd r Law
pin-riiantMo fr the defence of hi newly acquired ithrne. with sincerity of purpose, and a wiluom of design, which fr Irelandi, has fIvoured tli- pttblir ilh ilts tOe niwr of
These preparations ae being ma. si consequere of a iup- he Government of England has acknowledged nd com- the question,-anil the only union in detail that or hulo
pcltion. thatl n pper.l to arms will be nece.sary. mended in the onls unequivocal lters. Do they now discoerrd, is to le found in the Eaditorial article of mth
COLONIAL AFpogrewish to perpetuate he existence of this system, or to con- .Vortin ( Csronicir and tlie book just published by Mr.
COLONIAL AFFAlIS. tinuo it for on hourlonger for its own suke alone Not Bliler Bryan. This gentleman and the 'chrmc th can
They have openo d a path, which, carefully followed, will cnr in insisting upon a rate for tihe emn dil.mnr of sth
We understand sht she very emborrauing and dilfi- lead safely tlirough the forost-tlHtey have labored lo ereate habl-bodied posu. The usefulness ol'f & labour rate we
colLet situso in which the latir of the Westl India Co- that condilioa o lthintgs, in the pareedeint erisence of fully apprecialr. But then low is lhat rate io be klevid
t..I-s ere placed, is atracting general attention and in- which alone can the termination of the system be tladl Let llare Ie a general law for the poolr, ss the C/r'o
trewl a1monigt all tllh trading community of the city of found; and they now remonstrae against he etrnal goad- de.-Mr. Bryaorecommeei nd a proMerlty us and paneochl
Lsomin ; and we hear that oo l ihe mo nestenmive and ine, the bewildering agitation of an unappeatable Anti- assessment. If we renemetr righlly, Ihi ('4ur w
iltentiial s meetings of thlt community will be coqvenad Colnialparty, full as much that she ohjrcts of that party' r alsoi an ndvorate for a property lai, In favor ur of sin
T0 tie City on Tliurday, the 5th of nell munh, for the pretended com'rneration may it e received, s hait- tax, a variety o h good argumnios n irl t haorg sd. bl
purpose ol giving a public oxprenM of thuir opinsoa on it is the mie thing- y they mselves may not be made the pr rent every burthen flls ils.pn le e sbio Land is tiMed
this subject. victims of the cheap uenros.tiesi of oilers. flr the maintenance of all thII isiilultion of lhe st'a-
We are afraid that he Govenment have been rather In setting ahout the clonevrion of more than t,000 of the chrci -f genils-bhriide.melnle-roads-ite po
rauh in the deenniinations they havr of hate comn Ta in blackslaveu-ilntroducedino tlle Coloniein tlesisips,cith (in England)-tl n arry-sd tflh-ie avy. It is smbje t
he annagrment of this very dilicalt question. Their the encrnudagement-nay, by the csmpnbion of En.dtoland the landlord's heavy rent-she aho.oimibn h liie-orIn ra ei
mieasres have spread antry feelinei belh in Ihe Colonies -into free itisens, yof must aint sensibly and disrretlyv- Ireunl-lie crand jury unconrollhd aenseneuat. Is lo.rr
and at home, to a very unnecemary etlent, whdh iy p- especially you mist begin with the herinning, for il is no war Th'e bonert dernse and fair considerations mighl have been entirely I matter eof degree, edic, or acrl or Parliamenit-tlre is no rivil list, or a prollirale psnnn list 1 The lnil in :
avoided-much tl their wn oedit and advantage. iAeu porue in the thing-there are nopresto movements, I-ar the pressure. .nd all this tine, o the fii.alild
It appears by the Pipers laid beritsre Parhlianent, thal except such as end in blood. You must work in tli fce from lax. ven Ithe disemistine le se C.
the Goveraonof the Crwn Cludaonue consider thn Order order and by the rules which season and enaperence have not the spernlanor or ithe aritloeal of ;e 't", ik .i"
In Council of the ud of Novemhr, 1831, to be (MIt for proved to be alone etilctual. II ytu anuiempi to reverse clhanLg. So that hy tile etmiing lawn-an induscrn u '. I
adoppiof Ia many partiaoier, sad b eri ve of the rights the onder, or to aler the mode, ye will nnot'onlv fail vour- 'the withdrawal of capital from agricuhulirl wns and the i
of prepery. Thee point are ao clearly explaied that elves but yoa will make il impossible that any should vleesin it in the funds i he l out tn thi monied into fthe
the Government do not now heinmete may that this other sunted. This atoms has been"to e'.ct. ls foods are filed pith
musl undergo mwodinlation! IUndear ac cirtsi mlso In Iba I-4, the Britlih Government hben this great money-while the (sil is unctliivaiid and she pvple s" -
it ceartily doe appear lobe very ualfortlsat. tt Lord work sensibly and discreetly. Mr. Cansin.i saill-" We. I ramploved. Thne animd nitvy-so perniriou. in it rrto*
Godewriebhould have written the Cirrular Dispatch of men take the matter out of the honds of an Anti-Colonial press,s alike upon all panti of thl- Empire: and itl
tie Idfil of Dcember, 1oc11, to the Governors of tim party, who are arnted with a na.r.inoe of half iruhls- a's ,one in he checked. O.e- of Ihe l ertsl iit, o I r tfr"
difopert Letgilative Colonies, le say thC a their Loga- ; he sm.t. dangenrrms of errrora : Ihey willerite sihe passi.na Parline nlt ouigst to I It, a untins-ial |preti|rt' it lr
latures siunt pasL aglwxb, emta yit i athe iricU-t iannr, aud uislead tlie houmnimtie of the nation : we mult stlc- lse cx igh.ci.es of slale-re.lii.vi. liand of is -armW nort-




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alt9 Maaiusa lEaTAs.
- iaw...rmcei.--mnA d taking capital rthou lie. r s
I,fst mf Il.. furals, and al|plying it toh eu ful, a.4 l
.pp of culsivtia the oil, giving euployu., sol 81t T W il j
Olpes boJid, restoring agricullura prsperity, amd 5r-'
Owing p.,upermis.. P1O1 "T OP N MAWA w. P.
Chaiu Sey.tma of Atrmamy.--'l'lh Cminueo are ARRIVED,
ayi pa |lb e i1 u.alm m itr ve'ry f ucini owmrvic o My as-Am. ach,. Sel, Do Y HENRY GHEENSLADE & CO.
S..l ,llin.. .Lrue na,. LIKW vor t nciEn Olinhy May 31<-Am. br. olm. Dovny, Baltimorel -
arailabl s .i tr nu lleny. "T.he Sh n ls liikes whBch they
pllioll arLe 1in IIw only in clrounaolty, Iwina to the vagu Shin les, n. o &, APNDoU ,
noner m. liill they am ruplrsed ; bul tly pruve that Am. schr. Rolbrm & James, Rowo, Norfulk Ar a T se uoa o
i tine o tif Y .o., sll.l than 2.inM) years Ilbelro our flour, &r. AB O, A. .
IN, alsoonny was cultivated in Ch una ams hle basisof to JouMv, N Sa nns. W ll be .old
lir public orerelioml Tim aimsiauck ail Amh. chr. Bv-Cuance Baker, W'lnlington Flour. Corn,
scs ,lumunmOt ul t.lipuel w, mm inlmm'rtoant ulaim .,e Tuhich Lumber, Shingles, &c. Cora Meal.
lmll miialc trilmbnaml wl 4 l16 ly llrnmem. Tlm' to JOHN EtLDWIt. Potaksi,
d olm.iv,., I ,l p.,l .u al &siaims ui mihe i aolu0a June i,--Anm. sclhr. Wabash, Smith, New Haven Buter, Lord,
; tslhe ol miimirad tieml pmo clvpiIra, amid determined Rice, Flour, & c. Bacon, Cheese,
in; ti'y sv I .lred ti byIl clyp rslrlsi, nid deter ined ic o Jona ON & SAUNDERS. With Sundry other article.
Spirit, ,f Ilk. e no with reel the, stars n H. M. schr. Firefly, Lt. McDounel, Cnrise Jamirn Rum, in puncleonos,
sdlp wail, ic ie is, ti ave l eveni e d i.,m' oil he 2d6 Aii. sloop Hero, Hli.nleell, New laven Do. Coffee, in bis,.
llmam .oll, They eve rn i ltv t,'1 in ir, ri.,,,n I lr Flour, &c. Term--CASHI, before delivery.
pshrin tin sgular distances oi th '; ,. Ity time to JotmlNso.N & SA:NDERA. A, two Mllt' Credit,
sion of lth..-ei lmalla, tile (Chii,.- had ,.yii inim m dri- Ant. sclr. Sirah & llarries, Spencer, Now- 50 hall boxes Bloom Raisiins
rgion of tllsin. ular yiar eicuelri ml> mily> ly i;lly mnlt llr port, (it. I.) June 2d.
uairi part of a ,lny. Tieyi ireunm mili tlle winr I isit. Lumlbr, Lard, Refl Clr-,eie & .4
Tihir cisi y,,er wa liumr..nd in order to trne 11 'lito JonIon & SAUNDER. BY JOIINSONn & SAUNDERS.
slsolar ear, they insui' IIume it time ph ritd mill nliim'w.l'
ior vear', c.mrr'rpllondini witlli 2:1 l hnar nmimtlih,, a l pi ioI CL. i\H D, O Jxmdaymcarn, the 4it itaet,
ctlly tii sm.unie Is CIliplUm 13 ye.:rs lani., Imi,,dICe MAYv 3io-4m. sloop Azelia, Sawyer, Key West aT Ta r VEr Du oN r.
haon rQrm-( L ililmnsack.-Asi thimir nmiIthI were altlirnati- i Jiune 2.1 Anml. schr. Eclipse, Mttison, Baltimore At 10 O O@Iek A. a.
Iflo twuntviy-ie and thirty lyi 'i tih-r llinar a'r cmnm.i . 1 Acm. schr. Gen. Lafavetle,Savoy, New York Will be old
jted of i4 diays, anmi was con.m-luuently sliorler by ele- .. Am. schr. Franklin, Grinnell, Boston FOR CASH,
ila doayi ll, iquirter thian i tl. ii lari .I.ar; lCt ll In S LD The Calgoa of schooners Robert & James, Salim, and
is amomm tm ,if t .mes.s dillm-sm-ii'm. wi hl hitve e ,'mm, ,-u.il Smi SA ILED ,
on in time yma.r, limey inlin.ihceil in ad ,liiin. l .ninmli. May :31t-Sclhr. Pomounu, Miller, Philadelphia, Wa sh, vri.
Tey h.,il ,lii.ll sie -,mmii.llor into we.lv,. inmm,.e,.eabl i June 21id-Anm. achr. Azelia, Sawyer, Key West Sitpermne fresh Flour, Bread,
mos, and lte.etv-m.-ei.lt romnslllalimons, in which thiyv ,dnr,,-r> I Rice, Pease, Corn, lma,
fly determinedilthe m-,im i or the fi i.ice-. Instead ol PASSENGERIS SAILED. Bacon, Smoked Beef, Sausages,
century, mi,. Climiese hlive a cycle f sity years and n In thel schooner Pomona, for Philadelphi :-Mrn. Ro- Neatl' Tongue, Lardl, Bu ccor,
sycle of istly Iays inltIead ol a w.mk; but li ,ie mll cycle binion and, children, Mrs. Chipclh.a, Miss Bell Findlnv, Suf Whie Pine Brourd.
df seven djvs,% in u-. throuelsl tlhie a., was kLnown to Mrs. Bldwin, two Miees Harris, Mis Craig, and
ien in tire ro.l...l -t liml. I.llu idiviion, of circulferMt- AN'D- Wi
mce as ia lwys eil.tglaiel in (in by l t he l;,i h oll f tre aster Henry We m d. 14 000 Cedar Shingles (inspected.)
r f hl h siwa i mm'gmmam'l in(simi s l mmmu m of mime ...... .. . . .June 2d..
jar, sotli at llo uon Il. rmril ei exactly uie dIeripe every I- XIIIA SALT, lor bale at 15 conts per bushel. ___
acy; hiss il1.,livi.ioimol lidmi.grm.erm,i thi.'mla.,' u.iplmhts Applv to BY HENRYADDERLEY.
nd all liir- r m.-assm rr,, w:ma dcimim.al; ain tllm. example I THOMAS THOMPSON,
iven for AihIt v..ir.nl is m.ivl the ,minimn minmrnm nrilin \l Exuma. On Monday ,te 181t iosttl,
on earth, pis..vs., tllat Il-. divii-is, Uli hi ide. llli onier, Fbhrmary 4 th. AT Tria VTINDL OVS'S aa,
s many .ad.vanl;..ure, nldy becoune ly lracticu xcee dinlgl) -OTi At 11 O'osel a. .
pop uar. LL PERSONS having denindis against tie Estate Will be sold
S of Joseplh Saunders, late of the Island of New That valuable and well known plantation, called Coc
NOOTICE. I'ruvidence, gentleman, ldecm.eRl, are requealed to render Nut Grove, about two nilne to the W ltwardn of the town,
?- Tie, liM.-lber.s t im S i, N.ain A..ie's, Sielty areI he same duly altsted ; and those ind-ebed to the said contining 3 0 acre--a great part of which has ever
requested it1 .ill.lld II i amlimiornd isqua r'l mI,'ting, on Estate, are likewise r equeslead to make inmediste pay- been under cullivalion. About one hundred cresusser I
uMnday rven.i;mg iesi, at 7 o'Cl,,-k. nient, atI he noRre of (1. P. Wood, Fsquire. closed by tone walls, in ten acre pastures.
ROIERTl T.\LORSec'y. THOMPSON SAUNDERS, Executor. There is, on she above tract, an immense quantity of
June I'. April 2d. Firewood, which would render it a valuable consideration
RUCE's EW YORK TYPE FOUNDRY, E .- i ny person disposed toenr inloconlract fo the supply
3 O'sutfa.PttrJ a t 1W3 1 tolished i Irll.-The sub o.riber has conploeed f the Garri"sn. Its inestinable proerl.ies, on the core
a new edition of lis Imuk of Specimens with which his of passl.rae, are so wrll known, it requires no recom n-
p Erery perso about to Parr there Imlando, after customers, and other Printers disposed to buy froot him, dati on.-The Fruit tees area innmerable. and of every
Amiag resided therein for the space ofTimarl Insm n, msit ina be supplied oil applictain. at his Foundry, Non. Inhl doer ilon aTfrded on this Island.
stand "21 Auustus slre's. lmhimd Ihe ilty Ilall. lie would In tront, inre are Irum 10 to 14 aternof Guinea Goms,
gie acrritr at the Sr.rrretry' Ofrrt, or t up hnat in rmr, lo the information of thoe who have not been in well osablshd and from 500 to 700 Coca Ne t U
aid Oficr.frrrrEsr D n svy preriousi to hismder/rtre-af. the lalbimi t lof dlalin wills lii and became a died blrenl prc- many in bearing.
br whiic, oa nm tim during roarT-rve uAII a Tiklet tic, ha. been extensively iniroducedtlmt his book contain ALSO--
aq be obtained. nolini bel the actual productiUnes of his own Foundry, Tbhe following valuable Slav.e, vis.
NAMIIES OF PERSONS 111i presents a true spirc ewn of win will be furnidhd to SOPIY, 34 years, s ecaloent Cook, Waser and
older. Time amrlnenlt is very complete, Ila been do- Irosr.
aNdoF' To Omnnmr T lnos r mn mElat r ar. ilielleyv ad carefully ui twenty years brought so isa p SUSAN, 10 years, Hoes Servant.
FerurT TO OhT*,, TIC..T. , ."TI, .t. SUnAN. 10 "am. HO SMT..I.
tsAiAnl 14.. l 'A..Ir ent h"ih i slate of peri'ertimn, and embraces a variety of J lNE, years, a god Cook and Washer.
litb (;en i t, styles, adapted to difleren tastes and to te various depart- TONY, 6 yea.
ITlh S.mamuel J.lhson means of printing Nerwsipper, Iook and Job, highly finih- WILLIA. 3 years.
Ui J,,hn Aldav 1, and clst of she mnimt e'rvicebhle nmeal. Nol to not e
lJuse Fra.me, Mlell the varieties whicl are dlimin suhed by their number in PEGGY, 86 years Cook and Hoie RevanOt
ad Malri. Johm.so, t,. e Bmok, islconiains llf JACOB, 10 ears, very handy about a louse.
_l__ ---. RUM IAN andirs IT LIu 7 sizes, from twelve-line Pica POLIDORE, 50 ywrs, a Driver and Field head.
FOR SAL.E. t Pr.arl. I INAH, 46 vec dittn.
STR.AC' of Lad lun Liko l.lIand, containir~ 500 T''WO-LINE and TITLE, 15aias, Two-line Column- JEFFRY, 17 years, accustnomd to work with 0Mason
ac re, within itue vicinitv of ilme ,Salt IP'oml at Great biain to A te. awl Plasterer for il. Iasi two years.
hllsbour, w.ll .la1,ll'te for I.e'" eiiiu.e U. ('C.rn and Coi-, SIIAD))D, 13 si-es, Ten-line Pica to Long Primer. PRIN 47 a Cr r
ton; boumtl',l F:meiml b Plei.er )Derin's la.id1, Nor:lirl) I IT %LI 4 7 sines, Se,.vn-lne Pica to Long Prinser. PRINCE, 47 ears. a Carprnter.
ad Somutrl >ly tlhe ,a, and Westerl bv P,.,'er I), an' I A NT'IQ F., 17 si. T,.n-'li. 'ca to Nnparel. PRINC Ir. IS years. ar im nerl to drinv Ba, ara.
land. Partiulars will lie ismnide kn.i.., oin ulimlidatiol to HI % :K, It size. Fm,,.r-liie l'oa to MNimn. AARON, I1;y vy-n, ai v.r mcrt waiti.g Ba), pji rti-
ruiarly handy oicli a Ilurui.
Wn. J. We,.ecl. Eq.,., Nm,.'as ; .ir to sh ssril.r, a OPEN BL(CK,: se, 'ouu-lne Picalu Great Pri- GORDON, 11v ers,. in rco,,stant .,,,l,,v with a Dray.
Elunut. A credit ol six inmonmais vli be allowed l put- t mpi er. GRD yr. i io it D
chowP. A( PT.'2 sixes, Double Small Pica and Great Pri- JERRY. 10 years, handy about a ll ouse.
DAVID SEARS. i no'r. 7erm-three months' Credit, on giving approved a-
Little Ezesma, i B.esid Missir. BRak Slope, Ornamn.ntod Letters and elurity.
19th May, 1H12. I Ltuerv Fiunare, Piece Fractions. Super,,r., Autronomical June 2d.
TH B .ACK IT 'S SHOP nd other Signs, Suace IRsle Bra a t Rlea, Ornrnmeosd
THi R ll&CKIIum rneAs saoP iDi i,,c Long DBra,e., more th n t kin-la of Flower.,. .
IN Parli ...n.-.n.. ot. ,lopllsite tile c.r.ner of Usi Work an d O11 00 sq d Ornam.n..ts for School Books, News- II SUBSCRi o b pv
bonisI' W mIl, i% sMns mc mipm s11llmc; 5m mekre epapry kind o lESUBSCRIBERSoISr forsale, by private bar-
ShoBJIWII, nwill in op.,.n ; wI.re every kind papers, and Sciencini works. T1 '
f Black,,mnmtil 's ork will h.-x c.- l, in a w.... k;nliki Oir, ,er r I .or y f he d lw for Prr ChaIs, 6 hhds cLi. cf ie Madeira sine .
msnner, A.id a ith all p-.,mhlic ,lis.pach. Thr, su.crib.r I Composinl "tick.. (a:s., Furnitlru, Printing Ink, or any i 6 Main s o. d le WineI
inteading Ii sul.m int md thiil blminerss illns I, ; ill be chinLrrequired in ll' Printin blsines, will be pxecled on! 4 doen do. do. d
tankful for ;all waik in this line, wllichl sal.ill be done on ie nlm,,,l fiavourable term.. and with he Intmist prompti- i 60 duen do. Tenmrie h do.
rnsonable terills. Iili, larI stock of vt!o Foundry ar, wkIs being always bluk DGentrnen'l S hoea.
TIIOM \s NL'TTAL. un land. IRe Dinner R Sea ts
Mav 311)lh. FTl- rPintersof newspaper who publish this edvert.i- DIENRY GREENSLADE & CO.
FI.A L NOTICE. meant three lillue, and forward a paper containiug il to Deambe- l h. .
E FINAL OTICE. r i F.un,, rvy, will receive payment for the uime.irthry pur- FOR NALE.
T 1E SnBSCRHIHERS, lin, clos.,d the mnercantle l chase frum the Foundry, to four time the asosnt The choice of a Ltm of Land, sinh Ihe
concern. 'il' the late Elias J. ,,. anon, Eui., hrebe GE O. BRUCE. buieli ar c imcprovemennts theran, ioe in
lsif to the,,r wl.u still reDIan in .l.bteml Ili Esta.te, Nw York. January, 11i .i.l IiPrince'stree .r. enrrmny knreoby the nme of
I6ll ineetl.eir reip.c,.ivc de..ands are Iqil,., pr,- I of d ripn y be peo- Lighltfot. or ( krpid Row. of
t Attorn.-y-at-Law, f.r innhc..,llai,,re,,m,-r,. i B rd at this On ice. For Terms and olher particulars, apply to ls SBub.-
E. MI. SOLOMNON, FI'm,,r. !t N. D.-Jub Priniinc .'(m-ruted wish seatnee aRd di'- Ksribeo.
C. s. AD)Il:itL. Y, Exeicuuor. Ipalcll, upon good pap.r, and on mod a tli mn HERY GREENSI M'.r C.
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= 16.-Atice ode., todidd teo at w age imgepeoibh t thus relief coetieget on dw am i
lahouers. o ( .qu the ofhe aaate m m. sleemw cs the s im uters t lly order of lhe King in council, dated Nlat-7 "
livisy smi.pp laq wakLhelin lf th ile idusiryr of iir plholther. a lieeof policy, which being vjirti llg d;
his -MiKttbourhbd. Mm e M@, bht the uown in M Go. uld, Charman of the North American Co- tbe legialtive colonies, by mosen of I "r "
which I, rlded d o i e injury I ll ar aipemminlgl tll lonial Assariaiu,. milaedmi the mawulutiu. laions on their produce, is moas objection.. it
rlonl,, fru. them him r county. PIrO a nall ndivi- The following are th resolution : cullted to widen the misagdermtandinal bealre ej
dAal su., Miy might age l o de gr eof ut nI 1. That, considering te awful crrisi to which the Bri- county and th e olonint, to increase io ze
lion. PTh wvl AI hnl lum alIee was diseperd in this tish Wae India culoues have ben brought by the pren- among duo negro population, and ihs o pn
country, and the arts mad lhdary which dignifind so riei, sre of pecuniary dilstres. a well u by ealaring excile- ruin of the colonies,. a la I l
would ulP ir, if dIkm cobl ieemrma ses depreswl. l soluantounl dhe Negro population, 'this meeting iL dei- 9. That thim imting nsionu for lt he dpi
II,. sw bigfre him w esmu peInutge by sluho lIae airiLuoo expresing its opinion on die value those colu- such further measures of loelierlaion na mayo
for Ilner nmi gfalbig of sIh Bn arme Ipich hald been nies to ti mouller country, on tlm policy which dhe has quiry, be found necessary to tie real welfare l.of u,
co.ribuler lio hi native country. lIh attemupled to pnri- lately puarsuu with regard to them, anid on the measures anl consistent with the Parliaenmtary resoluiiomn ./"l
diIre ile mselm results, lhultlh at an honaible distance: but best calculated to avert the ilmpeninrag calamity of their lo- a lisuling in which il is convinced that all the. ,ai k1
wlu leM relhiictled lln evrn hlv Ila n-itl parkie he ttililt tal l.Uss useful possessions of lhm British Crown. ers fully participate ; but this meeting ml u L
ellrn lhln l ii West Indlia pr.'.erty had vanisihd, Ih frlt f That Tlie vailim of the We India colonies l the re- agaiinls the harsh and ungeneroius policy which a.
it lii hlly tin ,inireact his expeniiliour, but he uainomted venllu, iianufactlrin industry, and mercantile marine of proffer roliefto tli acknowledged distress oif g ti
ihla tIelines wIlull .i1l on arlianis, dnial plerhli umploved i(real Britain, may be at once ascertained iiy rrlirence to ouly on condition of abandoning his constiullioaal icgl
pi v lriit bri.anlihes oIf indusilry, in the areatre ofwhich parliamoniury ildoiicent, whlerrhy it will awi pi ar lhal time 10. Ti.al in order to avert, if possiile,, tihe d,
Siisislted lhe lillapliniess of natiioI.. lie cmildl not lrit duties annually rcllclted from West India produlco amount calalily of tile eilstructlion of tile Hrilish W'st ldi m
hl.iiiielf Ioldo mori than advert to recent political miilia- to seven millions sterling; that the annianl uloicial vai- looiins, tlli meetiia is of opinion that iilln edi .
na i'.2ihn, rex'iptl I. laentl the we aknel- of miniotlrs in lue of Briti il manufacturers exported Inl tlH colonies is huiolld blie b iveIn lto ll colonies, divested of the roidiht
ivi.ln w.Vy in .del a gr el nimionel que'stilon to tlla party about .5,5410 ), ) 1 i; and di amoilnt of shiping ei1pliyed inmpos.ld by Ils Majesty's Minisersi, and e ulctnlit el
whiom proreedlinoq he lhail witnessed il the llhuue of" in allm direct 'trle ablul 251),l111) tons; alltogi.ithur cdli- to Iaintain tlie colonies i culltivaiion.
(Coiiniasis., .nd which le could not but collfes llil hlad iin- bitiina li irainrh i f ci.niiiilrri :ilaim ot unaeiialled in l iiint i 1. I i That, as an acl uf ja4tice to i ie colonilst, Ac n Lt
enr.i wil iadlignsinia anl lilsat. of eisent, anil pecliliary in.ioraint on arctcoinl 1f itis in- a view of preventing thu fia l finrl of thamail cri
T'he rfsdiltine was dain put and carried imaniianotsly. lioinail tharncter ; file u iole imanaiiiiiing triin Hritia saiil- sb. 'cilUentiil which has already brought the cii|hle S n. t
Thime' ll i t. Vincenl lhen rose In move tihe sinadil jects, in Britisih vessels, and finally r.lturning alie whole brink of deslntrction, and of removing front o Ijiw
resolution. lfie fell It wIsull ami her necoemrsy to preface viahu uf cullivalli ii the colonies into tleH general r-e mind erroneous impressiionsi in regrnl to the owest f
Ilm! rt..vlillion which I hlad tlle hteuIao of salDbiillling ito auirceit lte noiallur cioiuiey, while ithe cultivator in sul- very in ith British cilonies, this meniein ia of opinimaon i
llh irtiii.*, bly a w ulnorvalions ol' his own, |pit icularl flurinig ilidte exremitv of distress. a full and impartial Parliaminlarv inquiry, on oth, lhs5)
aliN tfile i.lnlpi malres, of tl' inoblu cltirllaln l tin lhe 1- 3. That, in addliion to the direct illlrrorisse of Great be iinmlltidiely instituted 'for tile purpose of a rlcnlty
meral .statr uftie Weu s Inldij colonies, and lite l merilt lirilain l ilh her West India cIrulonie, an e~ollqsivl cross lie Itaw and iilasa gn f he Crolinies 1)1e actiul rin l:,*
ol lite ~susoion ley hail now In decide. He sliald r e trade s aisa.int.ined itllowe en those colnio. diiad lJ ritish ansl treatment f time slaven, their hlabis and dispriss u,
brief, fmi IMh I;l ies migllh immair tie force of l+hat th i eiesisions in N,,rli A.iuerics, Iulich allifrdi erillilonunl sand ti e degree of their lirogro.sive illiprovernmea a,
NoblS. Cihairimani liad mid, and he was consci'ou, e eilild tI upward of II),f(11) iton, ulf British sliipping ; andl, by i siilization. Tle inlfirimation ouhtained from sch iL.
ntil .Id vl.dili to it. Hle world e neret those who 1iad l tilrnishling a market for di fishi, corn, salllel provisions, and I ihorily would not only remove erruncoens imprepionlea
any illnertr r itin e Wea Imlia colunie, io rouideier un, liiuber ol' Hritih .AInerica, cinlrribnutis l enlially to tle I lead to ill considerariun of such farlllir neasutires f si
mnoimentl, li, Cenernil calamity that wild osumPr, if ein IIr-i..'rily of that olher vadt blanch of cil1i.il ililiiiiin, I liortiui ns, in ile words of the Parlianientary rM uli
proi.rly "if any delriptien whalevr whidi had bIcn crun- IoI which, jiinily with tile Walt IndliHia trade, lI ;rea Britain of h 182 shall ho cimlnatible will the wull-.ing of dai
gorreald by lae laws, should he invaded sad broken down. dleundil for II. emlployiient of at liasl onie hlird of IhrI v.IaeLt themselves, with the safll uof tle coloniie, Id
-(llea, Iwar.) II' counial propry wer en tis to be cri- who lieu merct.usli, miainr, anld c..n,)siiuintly, Ifr Ierr bts- wsih a lfir and equitable consideration of the in eres pI
frire, wlhal plrniery wuild be sle 1-( btilause.) If one lion antioult tim' natli:n of the worl.rl. ri6at Ipriperty."
salwriesofprluperly wer- tI be inv.le1n on account of some 4. 1Tel tie lous ofu il colonies, or te he ahandlonment nf 12. Thira peaaioni, founded upon lsesi resolutions bI
leNuoli.r shade orditinrtion, who could lsy where sucl in- interests, thus puseraildlly rlotrihibung to the re soulrcs of presented to lis lajesty, and to both Houses of Padra.
v.ion would top.--(llar.) Hureiomemieredacase inwhich lihe moslhtr country, woul inlict Oiponi nouineioiii blanches mieni.
a Ilan liad lanMin eilreollyv Irtsublsnesnil, od was l deired of inanill'fictring inlduuiry, as well as llU)on the revenue,
tu onis. oT I Ie llow relied, it lead as inturc rilin an injury of inrA.ildil.ile mlAu.i.ni.: i, walil nv w.h.ilii never e .11iniarr ian His ll/fe.-Lod- and his diy
t, In Ineare as lnly bisly fur tli land wa;s ladle olr iniii- I4e c>-Oiisi|iiiled b.v lolri-en iraillt. Ser great a deslirlction urc'upi'ed Itwo shleping dJarltienls, connected by aI snr
kind, winlll.r an individual was dresigallled il| prlprirlitr of ol comiialerce, essentially 'li.eneslic ill all its relalitini, mnstil ane-chamner, bat aiiprorld froun dil-rent sides bL w-
or int. If, I pe ihehra i rine ul original rilghil, io ab- nlt oinly nl.til rlin upon nunii.rliss private famlilies, line pIarae stairtases. llHi Lordshipone night land brMathia
Iruclpriln iple., W\-st India property ruincialeel Ib leaw wiouldl witlllraw from llir mluaiiiiCiiurers 1of cnplr, iron, conlilentil Iifrtindl into he anrt-cliambnr, here lh
wIa I. be invalled, every man lurglll alproacll tlemn witlli ill-work, lhrdware, wmiolln ai.d cotlton g.oo,.ls, tlle i-lhe w're,' as osual dicusing politic nad l1 layingiii iI pl.bIa
dir sane ru u liad tal l the adlventage oi the risI, tle rcllierits, tlie dill provision Iraele of Ireland, uand of deba It wae lea1, 'ad every ixrson in he holse
N.ullt Chairmani, h i a resilience in lhe Wes, Idiie, and A.Il lih variills traid1es conliri t( illi ll iplling, a surce ofu hd rerd ret. l cours convert a r".
wierlined i r every thing relative lo aet general Inisiunu umplolyynin n woich hllir, ile inilriou class i hivo been n"C' bee "l'l e tonde ,cmentandili .ad ilorilshiii enllopr.
carried ou in that country. He did nut wish to make any accisiloinn.l lo rely in war as wil as in pai. A cre i. Tle hntrlst way lay ltbrilghl. lin I.mi'S e.
olservalkensoa what had fallen under lii, own nilice, as rcoanaerc.al cosnvil sio ntIal shallow this lossof e.mplolen*l chamber. ir i le I npll ed oliloe Iour Ioif lll dr<..lr, rfon.,sl
sn im .y of ihoMn wlhu i le addrdresmsed resided there; but while, at tlle ;.line li, lie revenue wild be seriisoly\ in so doing male a n ois. I le llin rocurvdi tuo llex.
he wiulil state, lianl whrn ie lived in Jamanica, no prndenl aerrledl by a great dIilminulion oI colulniion, arising out ro'"n, which lse he opiiell, leaslily iraverued it, onenli
nean woild venture to hicumethe lpririptorl.f slaves with- of dau dimpiniilm il ability of tllh people tou purchaaselus asibli hi lady's .inie il a viiicU of agony, and relurnedl Ito l
eon cois niing thlir fealiils. If a gang of negroes were cominod iti.s, and It e nnnortas advance of price of all fI riend.
to be pirrclssal by b p rson with within Ishy were unac- colonial articles, which moor at.iind tihle ahslralin oif Ii e I l'lt at nlla nian .laid ai hat li hal ever wilnesned i :
qsainlile, lIty would w end a deputation to use the ground preluce of lela British Wves Ildie firoui ll l gernrtel llar- a' tlnL'e o"f coIlunite ian e i shorl A in. m ricrr. .
*ad houmer lich wres to be allanld their, and if rid lv Lke of Europe. I a mninllt hal p;sseid, ;ndl tll. a.y smile haid 'iven pit
declardl a rsp ignnce to he ptlrheasel. no prnldenl ntan 5. That ti lost or abondonmlnil off Ilie rirli sh W Iest to e Im'l11 gn1 ssil sel' a c idaveniuiis eprniessin slts r., ;
woulil become Ieir propraltor. Facts like hams ought to India colonies would be no less illinrioui to nte real inler- be ctoneived. 11i hastily drank ir a lagI, g.*u I a % ,
ir known,, tor tlIn could not be lstJexcept in pamphllet, os ot f h Ialanit than to the coilllaiic of lli cilounrv. a'i uttered lnie inculoerent rexl.ialnaio a Iio a .L r
in which ull reetaer couMld sot unlersend nlhem rol i want The naegri if unsupported by tle premsn.ii., the intelli-. i ld seen.
Iof eal enlknamge. 'tepeoppluof this comtrya nghito g ence, alld capital of Eurape.ns, would speejil .sik intu A, lI. Ircaane smehat rainier, lie- tol '1 ., ,Iti
ikns what the real system wam. And unless proprilur a state of anarchy and moral duliaement ; and, wil on eante reu" l" room, Int ,-l:iinaly ... 1 i lli.- "I
of an estate was duelGined Ib rik very thllg on anl deplorable cessation of intslltlry, in raising articles for En.- s"", re'lercted b a lokinL ala.., ha Ilmsilv r.:rie:L
abstiaci principal, dla country might be brought to uneaer- ropen consullltpioni, would tli uns i it tih Britih colo- lthe o lpsime taircae. His wif' was nsie"p ir pre.,
stand the ipsicy and inld humanity ol dteir intended pro- eies, an irrtiaible inslurenent would be given to Foreigin s' t The goenemians wna ilr.,tsitl, and IIer fis ..
ceeding lI would uW beg leave to move diam second coloOies to increase their rnllivelionn, anl eitr tha purposl undilturbed. He went larUarl 1 ala ,ioir li.an 'I
renoulion. t o elsend the friucn Slave Tlrade, which lhis counirv I tie escape hald been male, bull is Ti is r uI.Ill r. to.
Mr. Gili me Palmeret eimd incompetent In fol- by great ex.nrton andi exiesrllilnie of mine, lms long al'd C('ould tare lhalve beLe, ni neiuske, I"
low the NubA Lord wil ind jst met down. Little re. inefertuallv endeavoured to siipress. "Scarceli." lie hal seen tie lii:re in tlhhelokinD gl
ai d ufor him tuo ay bul o sucomd te rhe ulion whie i 6. That the conduct tf Iruat Britain tIwanrds her WISI o s plainlas ever Ie had wes, hiewn face there.
had been put into his h.end. TI tro wea, however, ono. India colonins ha neilher I en consislrnl will the print. I)id he know the lsan I"
aubjtml on which he m iglit ask for thlie inilulgenre of a few ciple laid iluow in tnI l Irliamnenlrry RHolutiions of l'2:1. Aigllt it nothave *peen a mere illition 1"
m ,metI of ti minening, which was, uills respect in tiu nor will hat spirit of justice anil conciliation which Us P He LorIship paused; ih sail llhu usaiiin had of hla
large amount of tle sltippinlg enueIC'l in tla West India anecesory to tIh atalinIoIIe of any national object. It i disturbed him andl heat Ih w.a noi ala;iys rCerldin at sech
trade.. Assa laip-own.r.and one converantlithsltipping should never be fore'tlln ahalt Iht vsystm of cultniaun I late horll that ia was perfectly clear in all his p1rrepiions
usiesam front hln earlinem years, he- wais probably abler 1 t y slave labour was e,.ablisidd bv (ireat Britain fur her aI rBlitill there was no dilspuling his seeris--unles, Od
My as mutch upon tlne importance of ldea subjer as nv awn bn benelil; tlal loue Colonist are E:nlishnn un, lawfully I e, will t si 1, I have lost 1m on allongeLher.
eoher man. lle mmian t Jdraw the attention uf the menl- po isseing proper under the direct snction and encoia- I1 returnd to the bed-roim, and oin conling hark, said
Iat particularly to the comparative importance of tll ragemernl of tle mollir culnlry, and are entitled to Ih. 1hat his lady contlinued to be anIlrep, and Ite room oa
Wa' Ildia lsipping with 1thal of tie shipping of the conn- protection which tlie Iiw and lie Constiltltion provide for i perf'ec"l undislurlhtd. Ilis wanted ucolnles had returned:
iry to erwr other part. Upmn thin Ite would refur to lh thie securiiv and initerilv of that property; they arr na- b malected to tieat lit matter as a mere dluion ; sal
returns which had beon made lately to til House of Lonrs lurally jealuus of their character and rihlts; ol then mut i he wanted rest; beggedl hi frienil n disnisi the wanis
--eturns in themselves requiring a great dual of ellpeula- depend thle execulion of all colonial laws wherestr ori- fr"on his omid alolugelher and haele hliun Laid night.
tu to render hdeut at all intelligible to the copltnunity al Kinaing, and ntu only are they mna compsltent to fraine I le was never I:te sale mana again. Hlur llyshiplisl
large. He leadlgreat pleasure in sponading the resolution. regl0ationsl for lie real connforl of ihe dlave, blut Ith lIave I ai ays high1 in tie etineation of social, but her kBshab
The renslutliu was dam pat from the chair and carried a direct inoltes in his welfare ; so that to discredit and I never l 'orget e figure in the eglas.
"manianutly. endanger their property by perpetual inl'rference, and HWe do not vouch for the Irull tf a single word in dti
Mr. Rubinson. in rising to propose the Inext esob hn. t) smigmatlie them as a clasu of persons derlilule of the tale-we only tell the story as it was tdll to uo, and d i
could noa forbeo ulserionl n expression of graLlicalton Ia conson Iereliag of humanity, can nehielr teal tl for- n" improve itl Iy adding a single word nl rorroblratsl
what he hard rwpecting tia comparative valul Imln im- ward tie purposes of justice, ofl sonnd policy, or of real derived from any otluvr rircumlnsanres. This is tlle I'e"
porance uf the shipping wrade with the Wet Indiem, and imprlovermen in cir condition of the d ave. d.ninn of tlle neretlete trumped up in Ulackhsia
hat of all uther parts of the gl~ba. And as to tin dan- 7. That popular clamour, arising from isalaken imn- -Court Jourwal.
er and abs ul ue ruin tmal might reull to the coulnists pressions as to the real coalition of the iinecres, and ex. Ir/sh Tithed he foHowg i sad Is an onllif' "f
Imnes s, uas well as to the oti rounlry, by any din- headed to Ih colonies, has. already pieduced the m, st si plan lihi. rsr i lte nd to.llmil to I'rliTallen Th
nuetilhnbrment of Ihewe colonies, or byny n eprnciali n in dislrouu eLffct, by alienalinig theulTscliun of ihe dlat e I i.unpusiltee lrclnnatenda tha. IIs uai,.t I- e v rlalh I." I
.ihe value of colonial tra4 il srck him win h amsonpop- Ir un his master, noflli master (ruoe iln mother counlrI advasnre .t incumbents of Pari.hei 0t has.viro, nr "'A
nmanp. Bls he mid again I.bt ih was highly gralif6d at destroying the credit of colonial properly, causing ron.- i .ia'ire t o mnuml n nt i uo ariihe d, not Il il e irns of
wring such a nmeting clcllet ed tgelher at sm shi a no- sant agilalion, ad thus seriously retanding thowe nOWa- Ich for m of m
tire and he hoped and believed that the imprmion that oures of giduial improvement in thi condiainn ol l.. l l
iol d be imae allroulghotll the country by the result of negsm population, which it was the object of ime Britiish Camtra.- I am lisd eamoh." mas rme.ll., in I e"r I1in
tai.st ft)ltioin,anl upolnhistjMajel)t'sGovernamnl.of twhom lerisialtrr to acromplnl h. his friend (Garrick. -- Ie ave seen anid olberveal lhal we 'i
ito wIulil siak wilhl litb gie respeoP, wobld have the 8. Thai it .hil Mlelinl has observed with ra;ll regret, phlai'hinl o' Ifortune, and tda lt II drsinl- upon oeanhlull a n
l r1j issips.lnlg much of that de rluesin as to the ell- th at t a momsenl when rerief.i avowedlv ness.:irvy "e;t "f"s"' and irr.rnnun as the rosn | of heal "n.r"
ni.slemKh h..al s. Ion precvil.e l ian llis rountlry, anil pro- tI lle praeorvas a of afe West India Cl oniS 'la H lis 1.- ,heri. i oiin rires s t l in.n e anI hiu r..*. llie s ti".rae "
dues a coinvitltion thut allwir interests, .and laboe ouf tie li o- : .s'- .1 ait,.rs have u'edl.rdJ Illh Illils'ullo to n e r. 1 it, r




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