Village record, or, Chester and Delaware federalist
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Title: Village record, or, Chester and Delaware federalist
Portion of title: Chester and Delaware Federalist
Alternate title: Village record
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 48-55 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Miner, Charles, 1780-1865
Publisher: Printed by Charles Miner
Place of Publication: West Chester Pa
Creation Date: April 14, 1819
Publication Date: 1818-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- West Chester (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Chester County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Chester -- West Chester
Coordinates: 39.958611 x -75.605 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, whole no. 418 (Jan. 7, 1818)-v. 10, whole no. 608 (Jan. 3, 1821) = 2nd ser., v. 1, no. 23-2nd ser., v. 4, no. 179 ; v. 4, no. 24 (Jan. 10, 1821)-v. 8, no. 49 (June 29, 1825) = whole no. 180-413 ; v. 8, no. 50 (July 6, 1825)-v. 9, no. 3 (Aug. 10, 1825) = whole no. 414-419 = new ser., v. 1, no. 1-new ser., v. 1, no. 6 ; v. 10, whole no. 420 (Aug. 17, 1825)-v. 12, whole no. 596 (Dec. 31, 1828) = new ser., v. 1, no. 7-new ser., v. 4, no. 27.
General Note: Imprint from Jan. 14, 1818 issue.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10578944
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System ID: UF00073172:00008
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Preceded by: Chester and Delaware Federalist
Succeeded by: Village record, or Chester, Delaware and Montgomery advertiser

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TIR .1n DDELAWAIE FeBnrnALisr, is pu6b-
diahed mrery W'edac'.-diay morning-, at tcvo
do.'lares year, and twenty-Fve cents addi.i
tional if sent 5y one of aur carriers from
the office. If sent sy Mail, the subscriber
pays the postage de-naudeal at the ofce
here he receives hiv pafier.
Subscribers must be always sir month
in "lviMnce with theip payment, and no
vtsiicriptiont taken fir less than sir moinhs..
4. wish a' discontinie must be made known
it or before the expiration of the term sub-
scribedl for, and ill arreariages paid, or
hater will -zot l/e discoaianued.
.Xi', iv, 'rt'ls.nr .t p{rl/iahelI for leave liman
ine dollar those mnt exceeding t a nrrivre,
iti'' *" ron, r tica,a'y i seieieltr i/a three times
far 'iat turnu aid tw-ienty.-' ae ce';t for
t ..,'ry antrieTteint insertion .- l ta ie,'r o t's
prosportton.-Cash minst accompany n!jlve -

A&v vYtise nilt.

wide .irciltilion, more than t189'. copic'
being prinred weekly, and distributed in
Clharer, Delaware, and Philadulphiia, ex-
tr ii'.:iy: considerable niimlri !i:.ing
s -nr. ,nto Lancart.-r, MMontirr.irery, B.icks,
aid Luzerne outjiies,; and i a ew packets
to New-.Jersey, Delaware, and Mairylaind,
it offers ti) person; having propLrtyv to
ispos'o- ot. nn a dvantageous medium iobr
Merchants, and others in the city, we
think, would find it greatly to their in-
tercst to advertise in the Record, as it
cornlb'in-e in a considerable tegTice thlie
advantages of' a city, and country paper.
Libcra! narraiangments will be made willt
those who advert-ise by Lhe year. rrr
tern-is, &c. aplyv to
Book.sellers,93 M.u-ket st. Phil.
or to die PRINTER.
Teb.9, 1813.
SR I.ET for a term of 'ears-thllat 'll
Oikno, n SM1 rH-SHOP, TIL l .MILL,
and GRINDING WORKS,t aith about its u
acres of Land, a convenient DwcIll;nr--
iouse', 'iJd otiier out buiiiia;h', ^ii ,tre
in E sl.-Brdl'ord township :lic-l.i:-: .',i-
ty, tiOa 'tiadl a halremiles Irom lcistclih,-
ter, and 25 from Philadelphi-a-being on
the gre-ii. road leading troain i'hali*delIh.a
to Sil isbairg.
Poszesaiior, will be gien th,. frit (di, of
April nxi, a nd t t he a ini o ad; krinov.i
i iA ril -' r i '' .- ..
Jo-it'u Bit It tWIL. i i"
Febr.i.aly 3. -,
SiTU.A ID about one mile anl a It ill
iromin ite toun of C'lie ller, i- Dela-
w.ire County, on the Ldigm.nt rond-
cont dining Il.eticen fortY. -uc., anld forty-
three ac a;r of iandl. ol'ia t-ip rinor q,'ili; ,
ani in r.e cellent order, citlier lbr gr.-I.'ig
or a dairy-bounded hy Iands of William
Davis. Elc n Barntn, Ridley Creek. and
the EdJmgont rI.e1A The bubldfing cui-
;-st of1a L ocg D.c-lilng,. a Sltne Ivrii, iid
Stone SprinZ lloiu-ic, over an ecelleait
spring of wat-_r, and suflicicntly large to
ontn thlie milk m t l. elve or f1'tee iceoi
As thos_- a'h.% .Lii'. incline to paurch.:s ,
will view for themselves, a futi-Elcrde-
scription is deemed unnecessary-The-'e
terms may be known by .apply.ilg to ltie
'abscriber, at his rcsideiace in MJ.Ile
tows township, near the Presib)ter;ia
'liddleto in, Feb 3. l\i\. 19,t"

i(N' IANING 16, i A,.it: the ,gea.t-
r p.rt-t cot'lleh is is in ,VeiuOothnl lsaD
liunidred, Ccc.cil county. St-at orf Mat;r-
land. .i.]j.:iAng lan nda of .inest Gil,-pite,
Eitsha Broasn Jrid tlther-. .od is. rn,. ot
the h-ita.la mest sitjited lf:u nis and sT.iinda
lfor public bucin esi, ill the upper part of
Crtcil conatnl.
Aboiit -I5 acres of sthis trjet is ,.11 set
vith turiber, dhe remainidr di'idi:d into
comnenieut fields with wa, r in most of
them-i good proportion of nieidowc
ground--an'J nu. di.ibt i.S entIrt.lried butt
the quiahtil of 'lie Laud on this th-ani wII
please an) per-oni iscing it. The build.
in-gs are .1 large ait d convenient nito stry
t'.i ehilig hoj-I;I. thIl gre.I- r "part Ol'SttO C,
lo by iA :ad tn, ineompleti repair:-a
two stiy t.one store house, .3 by 17, a,
large flame barn, collared under. u th
good isa.bling. a tenant li..., and sei.:ral
otlier ont liiilu.tigs. Thie: post road f'roin
Elkton to Lancacter, the main r-o.d tfromn
Peach bottom ferry to Cliritianna. ar'nd
the irtc talirT pike rctld, ais lItel ic aitcd
from l'uil-tdelphi> to Biiinmore, bi tIc,
vtav of Nethlondon cros.a ri.aada aaid thie
new bridge at Port Depo-it, in.i nearlI
coii )ptted, ill cr rc-ss ceh 'other imniedi-
at,' a I,,l-'.11 itit c d-'..r, and ithina a f't-,
lards l1' tie di -ll ing hous.- and t ire
htl(,e. '1 lii Irm lies at an equal distance
turollI N.niloanden and Port Deposit being
:about ;iia. niils t'from ea ch place.
AL$J-p"ur b.,di the undisided one
iltalf 'p.a t. r it niu' e lesirable to the piar-
l i -a. r %- i1hole l,-t of land, containing
16 1.-I Aci-e .,ljoaiailf .;. I sor more th.ni
uO r.1 ;,:i'd x lronl i, ti a d llign iouse: on the
i'_r. niiiltiohtd ira-t, Oit ss ii,'h is erectil
2 n".'. tC .l. rcl at',i t uid itart.i r ce 'ai S-ut' trill .
oa go. il'selhit; l:uaae. .ital new at Sne
Sriann lh',. ITh- Northli E' t creek, ,a
.er fr.iitihg streamn, pa ses tlltrutgl this
ot. on v'ha'li sa -i. I iecI Uutlt a s.li'e and
'ilb:t..i.t ii tlone- duin, tor thlie purpose of
tU|tpl .iti, aite .c till, '.trthi 'sat,.r : 'lii
!a'pci is'i l be sold togI tit:rnr -epsrale
.l in:iy c tuit th, purchaser. 1 lie ilti olf
-Jds l. iad is ind.-pu-ihlc, .anid the teiai caf
-.; iment will be nsi. iie e- A.p licahition i
mu. lie: n sle' to die seiiscrilicr on the

The election in ,iachuisetns i 3ti.aii,-
Is coontesitli. The rpubijbhcin ndidat. fr-1'
g'oternor, is the lii.in B,- J. iA C'h a .--
iNsui.I.D. The Boston Patriot go ses Lii
following play Jpoaii thit name .-
Freemen, would you t.he sceptre wield,
Come-let sour strength be kiown ;
With vict'ra t siA will lCnijw o-or iUllLn,
But never 'Shieli CArowi .

*lnakecv Magazine.
T IF. s.ib-cr.i'e ers i. tlit.ritJ to re-
ceaie si, bcirti.,,,a tbor ie aboc.
work, and c.ia supply all the numbers
t',--.a the l)-,iin;ng l'i lie preseit 3Cea-
"lara. M s> ,;/.i it :s piahlshed in niontla '
niaT-.a rir., ef.ch of i cli is :-bc elltsla,-l
with ..le or inoreengravings, chiefly po.-
tra.ili, and ciltaitirng ao-iut ninety octaa'o

Price, six dollars per anntur, payalilt
nn the delicy of ilie sixds number, or
aieit volume ol atcla \ci r.
Ma,rch 17 b'i35

V of \ iches i.r. i-.i. matic *,n -
sig'icrtuint of lis prop -ray 1 1; atli I,
sic tL.-r s, ian tit t, e'rIr it rh- bc .-i i of ;
ci-edrlols- ntica- i, tin-I,.l)t3 i-eirn ta am 011
persons indelted to slie said Jocephl.
Town senid to make Ia mcnt t u lihm. J.il
rill p isi iii h.iis g di rii.indsS to jpres:ii
the sitnie for settl. n1 i'
W eV-stclester, M.-rell 2-., lS -. :6tt0

ON .'hUY LK iL,,

T IE President atid Maina.sers of
tl,. Schlitt. k ll Na' igNig ir.,o C.-6i-.1 it', I.,-
in,4 a reacted a Dain :,t the F Flat l.)-i:k, a,.l
comPlehted lthe canal tin- i -. ks' iira' icd
ther-et it. ie flnou pr.pi reoi s ppi-i
in~tie.r poavei tur tilhe t iltat exin ite maO .
u'. ic t irae s.
Tlie whole fall ftrom the surface of le
Co,n-I to Tlt 'i-t.aci t f'.l i et- r near tlc
,ill'-r_ of aiT _I- .--: ,., Frni 22 t.io -6 feti,
'u-Ii Ihe pr e t 'i !i_, present at thire,
du i i:' le.Cr tiriaiilm, .' 1.1I r iratui e <.i a
.i ljiala l -a..I1 i i l. il, i, ., .:It ,' ], i,

A ll .q ri rli.- l' 1 n i- .. .i,.l l i i, .
chbtk I-C I |)uii. i tl Vr-ll, tI t lii>cie it
l t p' i,.J l..j.' l ,,i b,..iilii l.i ,,i' ,,i,,= t [ie -,

l: Ltu ati.nsi iin tie. Un.t-i tatis.
it is bi..,:litl, present as great adi;an-
t.ag ie s tatL "e imO i.Iecte-l lhir -il.-.
l-r TThe .'.ca erflin. j pa l. i nf ta.t.er
'.A hichl wil -.,- he ceh'i, it sai .and .b ilnd it,
Lilac tile M1.li-. v.ill i ot, iien in thedir'.e;
S e %.'.li m IJ e UJdr: .'\ ii JC 1 ril ct-..li-
ilnli di rv o n llt '1.r ni lt ol its er., alid
llie -Iiircalaer nl.t h0list t iiV n ti'pe ilc
for rep.iiring of the d.m or tl, bankiaks of
th- i: m.d.
'.:. ler -- l-ing ornl. about ; mil,'
hOi .1 turt -].l.ke, 'sia i i eC aiim: .iilstali'
by a Walier c,,mmiincaiiii, (idnintting
boats of fifly toinis) 1o thll c.% it' Phil.-.
delphit;, g,r i.t eripoam ula iT :.tl i.i i n aisi
do-mniiist c...mmnerce, coi't irin, a. t ithi
rime upwards of Oiie hundred i.litoiusLnd
inhal'i'a int, anvid devti ieI b' ita t .l' i t -
ble positui .. iier. .:-- ,'re ais an tautire,
ri population .rind m.i n at iu '.cliiit g estab-
;3. By the cent.m-rni.Lc:Jd comimurnica-
tion,'., which aill pr-,.ably soon ;e openi.-i
I'-inn R teaiun-. .and t...-au the u:t,:pr arts
of the rivet-r S.sq.ielih.nnnh, ilereby a
l.g: parto of lite atw rnate i.ill and PIr,-
,.lia'e mf tlir ? U peL" Ca Ci,.ni ra. on i la r rit r,
.id iiis untni.rous.i rid iiage br.i':hesc.ir .
find ihir neaifsm and chlie:p..t passage
on a-eaport through thLse improvement -.
Ii sd.lHti-,n Io t lias, lthe: narille anl of lhi.
S'l.: i lkill is j s i .t c i.i r pi;.i inipri ,.
meint, and iClid fsup II .ald of 1 Ji n'il.,
chiefly thluroaLiugh a fr-ile and thiicl.l\ set-
thtd Counti JAbOl-udinig- su illi ti \ ait, .I
ron, Lain.. ll.ne, HlL'biac, arnd either r'.t
mrreinls, arnd near tli heA:d of the hi, -
gaticir the hanks contain an invasxhau-tibhli
_-ir.pla of excil nT r:i-t.
An\ [)erezian wilhiiii t pi!urchaie tritn
,pply at the office curlnert ol Decarur aatnd
Carpenter stre-ts,, Philadelphia
By oi.w r Irt the t..-id at ofl Manigers,
TOUIQS llaryer ,
"ii iriis rcr I-& ctcILLnr.
F.-h. '24. 82 t94

All persons indebted to the estate
of Jacrab Minshall, late of Middle-
otin Ito'ns ilii), Delaware county,
deceased, are requested to makeinm-
mediate payment: and all persons
li.anin demands n.zaiinst lid estate
are desired to bring th.enm firsmard
properly altested for settlement.
li'NOS PAINTER, \d'a'mr
3d MNt. 30, 1819. 8791

THE su'a scrib,-rs, trahdint under
the firmn of FOX & MASSEY, in As-
ton township, Delawaren Co. have this
day dissolved partnership by mutu-
:il consent: all those having demnlands
agaitist said fini'i, are requested tia
prtilluce their uccolmiits I'or settle-
mient i ,itd all 'i hlo are it'ndebted to
thie ,.aid tirni, are retlUested to make
immteiiate payment to Isaac Massey,
sillIh thint tlie Baoks are left, oiir toi
Joseph Fox,.
Vill;ig.,:-'l eei, Marcie "', 1839-

Overa calm an.d clear Spring in Blenhebm
(; irdcers:-
Here quiencli aour thiirit, L rmnrk in rie
An emblem of true charity,
Who, iwaile. myn bounty I bestow,
Am in'iitr setil nor heard to flow."

VaeTxnli Vor Sal.e,
S~IX mile I lroui ltle Cr. f.t Baaltimore,
Is agieeablv s;iOited. iliyng- ;gh, well
A.itcred ai'd he.,atiy-';,onlaining One
lindred Ninei%-Five and a hall Acres,
abo'ul h.f claae-id, die rcmra.ider heu ,
i liiu. m "bhmel r--die clear I did in blil
-t.tte of culhisat.ion, di'id-d into ten or
i'-lsei enclosures by exrellenti fences, a
pirtiorn ,f which is post aril rail. 'th a
: uine li)s=ment. The Orr liard cecnt.ils
Ijout three; hundred Applie and near tavo
lIn,idred Peachl Trees, of choice fruit,
l..111g aiid renirk bl) thrr.irig, besid es
'lier eil-s, Ic.
I lie Dwielliint House i a fr.tme two
sti.iries iti Kitclen, mokei-House, Corn
Hituie, I ark Shlop, .aid ~in old lN U
l'e, a rery cofipl. lie reii ,r .e j..rai 6
i, 40 h-l t, on I,.: 'T.st appro ed ind. rni
l':i ,.i l.iaiia ia.n-:sn -xcelle.i Line
Sli i,'i an te:i-lc ri', ind ahrbou I 1'
l i aJc Ot L er, i- Il, Lli,-l, cr.n tailliii- d'
t, i 1 .'i -i 4 ,..rliap a i irn t e T ,-
u1 il ,.. -Id wili sa'd Farm, within either.
...iri- t'a m ili. the : >it ... T liht soi
thle ijr a.'\, or gi,-.; -tlhe .r:.
.. i 1 be iolit on tie 1lin ir, thi ,-
U 'i, :iti nil the market a, a biasei-sr, -
* ,c p -i.s of' tIh- i. i hm i ,. ]i.t.lit', ,l
Ir .lli'T. b i.l eli; l h L I lc P aC r,, ,, i .
Ii dg '-,rog.r.- .i iii, i -: pr duict., i ,II
it" 4loiii ih 1".,-i.1 .- L- ige croi.j lil ve
tib el i ; iiirn il i .l I't!orr poiQtus. .awil
hl1 e| l .'. !' c ril i to nile d,:,.ll r
i,.r i,-h.-; .. ... aa ail, a Ld rE e i .i,'
pr.l..'. i i; i. iTi, nimeets a rcaili m..r-
k,:i iit good turnpike road
-1 .i .e]i i i. i e dist-ince. Impras. d
l aid ., i.-1 >;ihi i-.t s'lcll n h'i'rite
niut U: .il altar.i ig property. For
hiiilhel-r larricul iip, iiqaire 'I"'
C.'.d.L iiP.K, lii aidywihie,
JOIN TRI[\ILE. Baltimore.
March 17. 33"f.
Nu liLt.
All persons \iltu stand indebted
to Liocli \\ alker on Boatk account,
are requested to wait on Uieu1trge
" alKUt., dt Mlsiie Hall, bellur t tite
t0citleti m iile tile luurth mointll kApril)
iext : he being alipoint..il to settle
lthe Buii, .1id ,..j lecente tile biialal-
CLa due i il[lit-,. Ai ttentiun to tile
altho requL-st t ill obsIlaLe the ne-
C'a. i)ii 't >i plajtliii; .ilil acciJualits ili
a IM.1iti.late's iiJl, wiur collection.
Indulgence caitinOtt b gsten.
ELiJAil LreA\\ r..
.3,1 to). 30, 879

.i persull' uiiuted to tile estate
ofu" Jav.DD) Colitiani, dccea.ed, late of
E Ist.-Vt IHilld.lll toMialshp, Chlieter
co.iUli), dlie rIt Iucsted t nmaike ii-
inldiate.' pjaviietrit ; and all tpeisoiua
liat ilig deiiiaiids against said estate
are de itred to iillig tlcein fluraird
propeil) atte.ted lur t-titnlenint, to
Mtlichi 3Ji., 119. b7

Quaker town a
B u.xt-ittl aL. ist UL,

It- L LII THiL iUPLllENT sNrI i(L Or
ihiomlas LetstAer

lichar .LMo ore.
l ..1 A Li) 1a artilii.ai I.. ,It.a j,1
jo. ks. Citl.u ll'n i l. i t P ,-nt_:., il.iil tOllg
it ilit plAice thie P!ill.,uel|)is'. 1id. icailala
iiLn at.itge pas-es cirtry d.1 In tilte auii-
ii,:r i i. soi tll U lld (jaur tines a weL: s il tLih
iaI I, aLUut i nillesi truon t ic I.rirm I
pJ a'e aiC J Ii l. ruin the lattc!. It 1 I iP
.imcd to uOc i a nt.ealUly a .ailti asii
.i ill tile at.iut .
if.t1.f.L.IL lt, .L fI .II t'-LI C, .,t.O.
Gti.itlll"' .and various brinct,2 a01 the
i. l.'Ilt. l.i 'C1(S are taught.
Pl l.e C i .1 l dilaA L..Libliig 1I d Tui-
1.1 ii 'i / 0 .. 1 -Il J?- u D j .I ,Ulii.r'ler, ir,.
ati |it .1.ole ill alsaince. Was llii I';ly'
cIntt, pelr d.ozis. Ita-adillg and oilher
iluuk-, SLtAUllualr .An Initiumrilet-, lhi-
'shi a it the u.nit pri.: .
A \ 1ae.,un l Oia to iceks about their
middJe ol tI-h Set eill NonllUii, (Jillt.)-
'ltuda nt!, i 'l rcuiied, rai Ile Im ail it Lhe
'imrll -iUl'lor g tile ta lClttiu .
Paitic-slar care i ubftt-i'-ad to r.nderi
..e biu:inliiig .aid lodging cornbrtisble,
..iad *.i i. pa-a llatr- atti.t-a.i h ihul i l i to l lit
tilsIA la a-ls. dUc o.'.rtLll c (itiittl eiuit l Ilinlii
a' lit L ari c prlc l unL 'id l u ir care hit ediu -

Applicadtit nii ma be intadeat the siloul,
.. -it Liuook-'t.li. .iat l.A .i L c s
Iall. litJLL.8', '..- M.Sirlilel.-.i ct, Pliija-

The partnershlilp between Hood
& S.indhem, Wtonleit Manul'actu-
rtela, Ultihle-totn, C'h.ster itatly,
is this day di.sulv'ed. All per'ona
Li.vini deiaiiands aiaint thle ftriti are
req se.tedl tu brihag ltur't ird their al-
counts: and thiase iidebtel] wil,
save thaln-:etl es costs b;' liaikin. i il-
inediate p:teaaii.t,
Anpril 7 ,

In the priory of Rames-.a there daielt a This pleasing author of the pastoral
'.:r, Lhc, al ,p r, '.. o caused tticse ver- cnmedyv called The G-:iinle Shcphltrd.'
sa tu be 'i iastrn over hts door' -.rote "the Iollouiag' epi.graii,, on rice,t-
"Be open etermore, 0 thou my door, .lig thie present of an orange 1rom lthe
To none be s'ul...to hnnest,or topoor countess of Abov-e :-
Aflietr Is deathl there Ub,:ceede.J another "-Now, Priam's son, thou rm.ys't be mute,
prior, as crjovetoui as lus pred-ce-sor hai.. Fr 1i .an proiadl.i tie ,itta lthce .
been liberal, who kept the scme verses I'hou to tie fairest gave the friiii,
:here still, changing nothing therLn but Thie aI';r,-st gave tile ftr-it to me."
one point, t ith nlt,.- them rnIii thus*--

" : open crinnore, UJ thou mrn, doo.r.
loi one,....e shut to lionest,orlu puor."

All persons indebted to the estate
of Mary Dickerson, stidow, late of
(lthe townihip of iali-burv, county o1
Lancaster, are requested to mn'ake
immediate payment ; and those lia-
ring tileiialldn against said estate are
reqaitested to present their accounts
lor t-etdleneit to either of tilhe sub-
Mairltch 0l, 1819 7I [fExrsq.

RESPEC'TFLI LY informs hirs
iiict'ida and the public in g.eneial,
tliat lie intend (to carry on tlii?
i thile biol ouli ol West Cliester, on
thie \ iinnington load, in all its va-
rnuus branches. Store keep-rs can
be -up|plihid with CEDAR \WARE
at a sort notice, for less than Phil-
adillphiia pii es.
All orders will be carefully and
punctually attended to,--ainl the
\Ware taken to their stores if requi
March Si, 1819. 87

ELU.ll AT WOOD-late a pri-
tate in the Arnmy of the Revolution,
lho applied Iotra pension under ithe
Act of Cut.iieas-is hereby notified
that if lie sill call upon Z'aBa PYLE,
A'orney at Law, of West-Chester,
Pleimsylvania, lie % ill hear of some-
thiing to his advantage,
March, 31, 1819.

kI-niscs & Fi'rks. Spooaia Satuletr-,
t ul'-e Mill. Tea-'Fray s,
B>lolws, Tea & Caiee pot..
l'astors. Pen-knives,
liazors, ecissors, Candle-ticks,
Hcartli Brushes, Piots & Kuettles,
Frying panis, Grid Irons,
And a variety of other article-.
suitable fotir HoUSEt-KrLEirEis.
-AL -iO--
S-rFEL, SCITH. 5, SHO i l.- iland
Sp.Aurs, and a quantity ..I IRON-
MONGERV ;-All of which are ol-
fered cheap for Cash, Ii wholesale t)
Retail, by
At thbc S. W. Corner of MNrktt
-ind Front tlrects, Pluladclphia.
*4 ..,srlt ient of

Ntin rch SI .


his frierius and the public in gener-
al, that lie has opened a
for young imen arid boys, in which
will be tautiht the follow itng branch-
es, a z -Readiii.,-Penn.iip,-
Ariithmietic, Englisli Graminiar, thel
Frencli Language, Geograp.hy, His
htrv, thie u-of the Globe,., illusrtia-
ted by abl oine ihuiidred daleilf-iit
problems. 'Walkers elements of KE-
Incuition, English Composition, Eu-
clidl's elemeniits, .Alebrd, Menisurii-
tion, Survveying, 'tlienry and prac-
tice'l Navigation. Mechanics, Optics,
thentry of A'-trnooilly, &C.
The terms of Boarding- and Tui-
tion are one hundred and forty fite
dicllars per arnnuai. Waslhinzs wilt
be done fior the stutlents at the usual
price per qutart r, or by the piece.-
Stludents will be admitted for any
tilane not less than one in.,nth.
Tne Bo tIlING SCHOOL is sitta-
(te .in a very pleasant, healthful aid
f.'rtile part of C'he.ter counlt, Pa.
boutt 4 1-2 miles sest fi ini iiVe-t-
clie-iter-16 miles north fromit V'il-
iTiiiatnor-annd 3,-4 of a tmile south
(r,-,ii Mar-lthillt is.- liThe tiiist strict
atti'tii.on 'sill be paid to the health,
muorals, and iniprom inent of the pu-
-.ils. The nunumber will be tlinitied
:.i, i'teen
Application FI'r adniission may bt
i.td,.'- to Tu'-N Lr.&, & Hoopes itn
Westchei-sti'r, or to
3 onaMlian (iuse.
Gd Mo. .31. 8:.1

010f St rowhterg,
R ESPI.L'I FULLY infornis his trieods
.,ni. the pubtbc in general, that he
r. [rici on the
in the borough of %%estcliester, v. here all
orders in his inne %11 l receive he ,- moit
prompt attention.
He h.is on iadiii an aqssortient, c-,
PLATL.S fmbr the HIEELS, and Ht.lliE
tir G(il,,--imen--itd of ilHOES. Bli_.
FEES and St.,CKS fur the Ladiei. ]:l.1t
out of the b,.-it niterial's, and in lle ili.-st
,pirror'd 1 'isho lss
Has i-n just received '-.from Phiaidr
,h; L an .as .,rtMiient of li Ir;OCCo) .sKIN
I'tarious colors, aind having a conii'le:
,priply of material, a n liand, OfILDEl:
C ti b' fin rnished 'a tulo.t d leay..
Hii ta rn,s are rtmoderae tafr CASH, art
those 'sho wish ifor AllI'CLF.S IN 1-11
LINE, i'll find it to their a.lai t.ig-: to
ate iniin i call.
'- 'ho-.e INDEBTEDfi.r WOI;K, tall
oblige him b) culhn6 and PAYING the
BAL.ANi.CES rcspectUely diue.
F.-Lrlu 10. -U 3\,ae-.. ;f

%ninths Befllows,
T H i s i..rb<:r rcsp-ct'filly .ilir.-,r
his f.ind and llit public in gi-nc-
ral, that he continue the nintufactlue ca
LAUGIirhis Appl :% t liin alit.p irn Kx..on-tt
t n. iip. Ch.:ti. rrcolinn .
ThlSse lio mnay please to fisvor him
illth Ihr cai, ni, may iepent!d otn tha-.
mg tllh ir %ic- k -l a i e it al aic.t n.,ii-
ner diol aiti thi: slaisreit nOitCce. All hlis
work sill be warranted.
M.arcIh 17i. ,..:.i.

.Ar pIrI"- E S.iLE,
ONE undiraled noiely it sl.17
acres of laud, in the townships of
Frederick and Marlborough, and
count) of Montgoinery, about I 1-2
ile, ile lirtnt SuiwaeVtosn, 12 ailes
froin P'iltstoswin, aind 3i miles tromn
Philadelphia-known b,- the nitine
sf GREEN LANE. About LOu a-
cies of this tiact ia \'OOD-L.tND,
some of which is of an excellent
quality, and about di1 aceIes of Bot-
ttinl Miadim, a consideriL le put tinll
of which call be watered.
Th,- Perkiomen creek runs throw'
the pretini.ane, ,n hliiti teie as a
stubstaintal dam, and a Sai-mrnill e--
rectel : andl there is a sutliciency ol
sater Ior otlier 'orkor Tlhere are
on thli estate a good log House, tuto
stories high-a lalge stone barn .iid
firaine loderi liouse, atid hfe liotues
suitable lor s%1arkmien.
There is a public road passing
thlronglhi this property.
A small lot of land in Chester
County, near the Valley Forge, on
the ro.nA leading froin thence to the
Bull iatern.
Tlie trlnis nmy be known by ap-
plying to either of the subscribers ;
.ind GatF Fx L.ANE slhos n by tle per-
son residing thereon.
Marc-hi 1 1819. 8t11
The partnership of the subscribers, ita-
;i"g uiid..r th rfirin of Rlobirt &. Clar'les
Ulfillga.Ai, ti tha- day di s ulied by in.ltti-
A c.io,n.tat. .All persI'aion haing accouniait
against ,ad firm are requnosted to prcst.nt
hitheni lor etlilcrn.iat ,-anl all irndel,.ed
'her't"., ta tartke i. rme- ia te la | a'iaip.a
Ah5j. all p.--ri.is irnd bi.d to Il sbert
Bariijai-ton by lnok account, are request-
e. to ptay iMinitedai.iel) as lie intends to
qtllilthr: "l ia' I 'l Stoa e kcz pillg, i lchl
, ill he ,an'i'i, ,,n in fittir'e bh Cl, Irl- &
.I.icob Riliiiigioii,at the Saime -l..ce in ULI
nionnf ll,, 'litere :i gelierald assortmemtoir
GOOD-, 'w'l1 IC kept ..r,.l. ,!i.. r.n th 1Io.v.
i.r snis fi ac.ii c or produce currhniiisI
tiak.n 111i slorn .
March 30, 1l1. 871

IS hlereby given to all persons in-
debe-d to tie estate of Abra'm Tay-
io, late of the township of East-
Bradford, dec'd, to make immnsdiate
l.iyvnicitt; as well as tliose hlio iilmij
ias'e just demands against said e -
late, to present them properly au-
thienticated for payment, to
E. BRA.DLEY, Attornevy for
March -26, S19. 87tf
THE Subscriber will sell two
One abotrt 4, andi the other 8 year-
old. BEN.. NEWLIN.
Concoir Te, a..'ip J2'; Co.ang -4. 'r

i____ i A rirrw I. I I ..,-


- to:.M-PLIMEN I. .I
There scarcely) ever ,,es a trier c-ora-
plImcnt paid to a ladtv tIhan t.la, wh;ch
ns addreised b; De.a Swailt to a wife.
whio w ias al:s praising tier hIusband:
"You alwa8.s are makiiig- a god ot 3our
But thiat neither re.i-,n nor re-nscience
allo' a
Peri'aps you may think 'tis in gratitude'
And you adore h'iil., because lie adores
hour ar-giltnerat's wek, and so you 0 till
For you, by this rule, must i .-.Jor. iLl mnan.

it Hereby Gien ... i,,e Creditors ,?'
t:0L Pl.InsoRS, Laie 01 tlie b-ar'. glI
-t t'.-s chester, in the coilit ct 'Chic ster,
-.-.-ed, th.t i the sc bbcr'l'i'-r haliaisis l
ce a-i appointed Aiidlt is to settle alid.
.1ij .t tle .rates anid propoili ion-of li
. ciiairirc Assetts of'the lsad Ge-oi'ge, dale
'.i p[. able to ths. ai.ad ciC ed.tor.- aiill
ei t .at tile hiousc- ,) Jesis c oil. ill the
,oroughi of 'taestrliesite.. on tlie ''Jth day
' April, 1819, to adji-.t s.tid rates and
i-,ii oarl .-.s, .isd thtIat lie sjad ced'itors
., : t iia itd there to e:diiL t their clai'C ms
ayalinst ls.d es-tate for adjustment and
Lnerage as alboresid
John Graves,
Jesse Go1od,
Dennis Whelen,
Westchester, March 73, i19. 5tS6

A RIANGEiIEN I'S lha, -g been made
Sby thli heirs if hlaic lnh,.li, r thlle
.- ,"i se, thi heal e-i aii: ol'f e ni I.' I ,-,
.i. ,:- in ;, ecitwhiitcl-ndt, ei-na l i iti 60
Acer,.i well iniproa ell, asitli g tail and eion.
a'eaiieit budl. igs ercrei l tlei. .it ri ill be
i d1J tor pilli ie asal', h.-r tu.li w .t-ks ',ic.jn
lii1, ItS .- I t'iIl i(1 ,t u atiin rli,- p c1'i-d,
it itial tie rented Iur line vtri, lfioni the
25th olf "arch next--Ior terl'i-n :,ppl) to
Ilnunt loia it ig, lattit Dt. vniilti.tn, i'.r to
ihe 1 atlibie aiaer in ltic IL- iiiLr O t '- \:%f rL.ct-
a:lcrier. DENNI- WilHELEN.
lWe-i.clester, March 2. 5;
." Still ihr sale or Plnrt.-M.rcIt 'I.
p N AWA'AY from tlre suilbserbcr. in
i-t Sabb.ih the '6h.'h int in indeated
tiiLiaina nr s r int ni.ani, nanr:d Lc t iar
Fai-about five feet lie ai.t:-s, hi.gh-
twcni.y-fis e tears of .i'-, stolat mladc red
o.l -ti hair--florid ati-,. sWtiLu coulate-
Said rianawa) took w.'i him a blue
clouh roundabout jackel--a Irnab coloured
tloth crat % st thrill ir.t,sticrs, tEa o atlier
p-.,.;i ,. ,t't uiS- r ii, iuli.iLI,. tair Ii at-
li re>, gt.o, sI ilts, oate o .Inalls is 'Iao-
iiuilin :and several otier pac 'I fine
i.i n bt l.ich he ca.i ch.liage iis l. .i .
I lie a u"so e irest d, a lEstIi li: '. I-s ill
lie paid to an' r l't t no 'w h I 'aiil deliner
lalin to the slbscriier near Nets London
. loahd Celster ciuinty-i-an' all ler-
, i il'e I'-,,id iarblitinri,'r l n I i at s elir
lcil. JiOHN HU11 CIl iN.
Ni. is londltn, .A;nrl 7 8 ,

T\xe bSuscribhr
Particuii,'rl inflin- ihis 'friicnd
and t.ie public, that lie has coimnien.
ced bu'itle-.., opparite tlle Washing-
'[avcr-i, %t here he otll-rs for sale
Alsu-an assortmeuit uJf
all with lie oftL-rs Ior sale on the
must reasonable terniti.
April 88

Will be kept this aea-in
&tfoh cms--Trli, thi tfr diati in e ch
A. wcee, akt ie stable ol Da,,dl Lestis
.n die burough of Wa% Ilsichl-sjter, :it the
Sign of itie (re n ia..- ,t ilina.. ili-p
thlre duc ti lie hta icl | hiatit, (L'[ t
by Isial M jilack MIlli,,i n.
Is a beanitlt-.i Black-i sinr -* c .l oldl
173 sal ds ligl l- _: ia- CiaI ri.,ag : l nd-
ti al ii i hbone, Silc .a "p- 2 ,ii JrilCe bii per
lhirm:rice to an) horse in thec Cunity, Ce-
ther tor a- H -lie 'a rit,-s.
W3 s got byh N.irari r, i,,-cd b\ Di-
sid Whi initig-his gaianulsiare ',as the old
imported horse Nirtli Si.r, t .iroti
tAo scoari'n at Wliu, r's B.a- -e, in Lan-
c.Siel'nCilhtar-t -hiis aMi- ,n-si -.el by nid
GUnn|)owder--lis grated dlaint l old Lol'ty
A 1'urhrr ilescriptl.ii i;s5 dit itd inn,,'.
c. 1sai 1. G( nilcmen a ill jjilge ir th.-ni-
si ch Pt-Ilurc i ill be praitided fr.r
il.tnA-s, accidents and escSpusa at therisk
of the owners.
Fort.crrmi. sie l .h
April_7 a 88

I tl lisitr Seotor
Is statted at the Union School-
house, itn Vestniuiintiel t..tnshl;p,
C-nester.uUit y-Any pc-irsoii ctnmiig
forard, duly quri.aified, will meet
with good encournlaeiiienl.
BOLSiR C OtotSR, l,
FI E rt t v L. t .r; L c R, Trustees
April 7 "188

d'.M TROTTER & Co. "
47, N. Front St." "PtIILAD.EI.PY A.
- Iahqmhb rm 2= ,7tf.

(rv noi'a ELW TS -klit t -rien,)


AlarseIlleks 1eil -quilts., V

VulAvresq .1Wieciinks, D1vive k ud~

CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and "EST1NGS, aitid a g-enetal assort-
ment of DRY GOODS.
NBAsupply of UMBRELLAS awd PARASOLS as tusual-.
Phiulad. March 10r. b4 b~pita 3t

Si1uerif's Salts. I FP!EN('H CREEK
y ai-,tue o. l oEed~e h mwiii g scuLt.
'ie soi~ld.t 1Ii~il-ic Voidue, the t L 'NDII Fill! TND NC
WVihllie Soul'
fiQii i~i .j lie :ma ~ ti~l~tE ,DO, 'Kilt'kI tllteR. l

~t2 r.'Ltnck in Ili- .- x-ilisin.. at I li.,t'

ao b. rt iid n., i i t t niiiir ol' A

of"Conr..it iler. Jol1in .t.. Jun r, dL-t- *ll. I 'd .1l1*l i aa.1 ill&

ucres,- uTo i tIt im ii- 1kioti Pl ic" .ti -or;..

Prelit' ria'

rotisiuof 'atr xtin'. i door; 0 Lialkintwoilo.-,_ s
banb s ; -e ic I --:q iii-Id ifu.'-' 1,1g, Iurtll c p iis *t d tini. uid lN Ft~i L ii
sone' bi lla~. A110ilm, a EIPIZ t'. &d. o, rn iit liii60 W & r'inboom TV die

irh 'clock ii te in.tettilu, a ii.111 I. u~~u' 'llil' i it
14 .rell'i l eii;oi' n tok'e illirr in the t jn- i~rI.Ia 111Ltit w'. inuii lt 0 UIl
t ety i Uctlf innicS Of M E a rIMLd t~ri- o ut F- ti 'l*. hi: a'c iad l.lrt

ct-el.,lit itre or I A ~lh. It ah trlpl mi'tt: &d khi'u ~Iil~ ll.tn
SI'leiA ani. ai i~!...i i c~eutln t I ~nL ii'1l tt- 1 it1:. I' u ul:V.,,i
adVili be SoldijI :,j1t i -'A)i'E:it I' liT'IiSI j~g. -'i' ii t

rzh.v-tcir op .yItih :Li Ct'. m Ia Y m SA liii Oe..ionCtuA-

di i a!an d a s nI:xniud it ,i asclutui~ i a 1 t0 'cltia. I V, %bpe ctfuly in

lenbe i ~ l. T I- i ornasjOt, a! tl'. ii at:i the
WVill be Solid, ii~ ~I'chu'rfa o', 'dti'
ot'n'e--l iit, rip ; thy 'ruo'~pi, it 1811% ', t r: it. 't 0h; i t! i is of thic ahiPndi I
W dose on l iit,' neli a.t I, h -a- 11&qvou"lAtitt' h ,
la niArhic o n t i tiatt ci l~a.it Iheo,%n oi-i
Ship o n en ht C i nt t' C tu h liiil B tnle : M t l 4 LI a n

,jo-mcr auidi ad er'rcrit i tiii .11"611atC 14 lAME ('ANBI'
acmme vo r tes, at Mh 11't WCttl TLHi CII ir hl-d 1 UA I'I
*re bn fr ~ A IAl,1Sll' It l s N. "Ii ..I' N,%,n i I'oa
sonrcoLiii'endand i to --ini.. cu 't est bliahll rt i.i. 1Vuitih.1', -1'~
the opdc it.jin ol cohnn ufflin i-t, litu di CIriii tl 1I%,~ iii o ~
Wo dirl:t. c lt bd e Sioldtinte 1. 0'.11j-:r i-'_-1111l121T1, till

ship ofut ldbii urdin % p It it 11.fll.. d. :tat' ..' ini xtiii.: ,eatdr, ate o lti-
-b nj I r d 111an d tk n iera-.1iDi".... thI toalot n fit il 0 1 ,ppl :, or'n Corn 'lC -loll
~tL B or o al it,- 1ina .'i .i-n l ':'.Ini b. ar iti't lc-
Ociln- tlt! t-dayith0i 24tec day of their m
Apbegrl, 81, ai2e laz iithdf- ait la"-;rt, t i'lte tu c
teOOn MW "Qthedoa-15t.hInAprlIilse i cont a lien boti'iIntit Ti t lat
the pre o tIi ll-, O adjoiniti;t. R JuIN S VOWT
ohandy n nit t It r oatsi t ~~- Arl79~'
Cal t. in-heste coitill a', oti. of Li10 F21hd

_Fkei-ttsn, other,be oiuAni i t, aid ClUM t 1 0117,S t-da (itAji I.
nweotl lets, can t~iini1 5 ac til,: Nthea' A-I l tistut viiiiu i. ''i'.' I
The ab-etitrn.itin-lhl-it G-..'2 Ihtui Puutdi.
fleithooen-. aItd h p tteadle. toiC%er i t. he It I tI. A''oP icill t, f'ull
'ihide d noth eu on tu caiili i elIs 1 ,"uio I n1 L icl, L t 1 iIw t. *~ih Ii ll
wat ered hieland itt itearWipUtt, in Knte ~ le-'tt ia C I ntl. Marke.ti' St.
gwhe aLma eticeid 111 )-0ethieLj u'n i1ti Q t lC .S7 i.01.I ll i,'r Toll. ~ a ~i.i
~on asFr enh prepekwith ol' Pic Kur w Fvc.- 5%t I' .t 1

PrcROM F.1L P 'tUE,'1f. ulp" 1iil. ttrnf Sei art,-I late' of' the-.
sheized '. Oflice, n Ititese it- t heEllito(%r i ttt J*hdi il 'i. irdI'L

On First-day, the -ith of this, in-
stant, A BONID, for S,00. payable
to .James. Edgar. Thle tin er is' tle-
"ired to call, pay chari'res, an.I rc-
ceive itof the subscriberi, in Penns-
biirv township, Cheater comint'y.
4th Mo. 7. > 1

lix tents a \.
Raii .vfV I',rnm ithe subs:riber IiH-
S i in East;.l liitel.and ton% hlip),Che-
ier count', on the 3d of itiis inst
an indented ser.iant boyv. inaiin
..Jl0. Cionner. near !'Tyears ofi ,'e ;
a h plu a hl i'n iabntit-t ov -
Sers and stripe a.istcoat-Itwhoc:er-
take, upi siid hiy and bring.I hini
homne shall have tihe abo e reiard.
TT. B. If-,irewarni all person Ifrom
..trusti ,1 liion c111 In1 ..cCOinIt.
4 Aprii .8

ilt.n, 'illh.nn FI v2', A ,r Il.-"r.'. C-*',11 .
l.o opc. l ;-!. d -, 1 ,I it Hi,,li.n-- S ,-
',Jli ,Jo E .i4.Ji o '"-'n.- "o. .1'im I.,>hh! i]
,lel.-Lri-. a cIt ir '-. .i,..i-. | l...I .,, --. ] h ,.j-
nih. Lcc. '.-q -T. '..nI 7.T;l t, l.i.. t
i-hrcer, N.LIUI.i, M'\ ui.: i ..- i iL I).
lluri.-. i C l., M arviln. '. i l,. r t '.' ,..
C l l.i r l s \ li n i %.'%' i l h M r % i h 1 u
Mh Is., iia ,:'".. ] .-- .lill, el.l.
Tk. r'.-M i i' -% 'l'huli t's II i ', ll. -T'. I
.1 FI,, N IN'. I'." Ciw l!.ilN >.n, \.
. Hi1i.'r ti < a---n. i tl n, Mitd

I T l'.AIL .i l i- \. .l |
41-ilk1r.-I- ,bc-ii ,.,.,in 'i ic.i n. l
ilt-i ph II.,r- l.,n. I ....-,
.I lN 7 '. 'J t'N'.cNU PI. I.
A r. 7 ,s

i; i\' i"'t recei'.*ed anl intend ,
I. '.,reiii c ui ,ii'.:ntly on hai.I, a gen- I
ei, 'l .d .:o, m'l t iii r i>"'f j
t-'UT NAILS, l'i 1\D i r PfI)l?'i 1
, Il v'.,ll di p.. .,;. of 01 the !
uilrI term-s I

1ii1 E ten "\'[. '.. u utrie., ait Ilic n 7 pifint riir. t "t. *, an' T.ci n.ri 'i lt. r,'' "!.'i csi n .
S, ner.il Jacl.- tin triik poSessu.n o, .11 her public Ilus, on the ;ubjekct peace and .iniivy *ithl the rliict...
Sat-ti e.li re tJ oSnlanith. Po- the-es-Jas in the Fin,-, of eutl:' It I hi, W i l it not he ." tu i-.: rd- .:..
pr,r.,ii;,e,'-a 1li.-i c.. .l i '.'i;' ridas ; t he-e taict beinn admitted,I said; that we L.ve chlanii-ed our na- the leisiative, ai e' t ie a ini.-
cii,, Ii.e i ti.t Uh.p .. r ",.Aiot- aind i they ciiunot be denied, the only' tion.i pnliity i? ? l.h ,%e not be ad- riie; ofl he h roi t..d t :-, it t:-
ll._,.iiih C ih,_.r cou.t.i, ic.iP. I JC hid ,iutsti'ti to decide is, whlietl r the dressed in the followii n, langni ge& n i ni-irlh: the utI. ls ti all cixl-
w .at ,,.," I'rg Ilk J .d l. .h, l~. ilitarv conduct ol'general Jackson by the unions of ELm !i.c riitii'n r by in .iii. W'r il.
Jan Firoll. L_ 1. J.,mcc lf h .'CI 'tn 1 -.. L
odct-. The l .' p1i 're crp.* ell v. lU t t ar a haitlit SpAII ; anti on .. rhL time ii lile n eI iit t *a pre inil -nd pullic decl.irs-
i- I, h a toi)lerIbl. 1,r,.. I' ti n lo f tillt subjr: t there call be n room toR States v.ere also i cal- h liritl no tI l. W ere th i, Il.l tn :Iij(-ct
woi,,Jsar, dJo0 .iich-,'.Ja- '.i mi.irin, well e doubt. Thie capital of a Spanish n.,vy' % e |h d l no n: m .-- in t t h.i wi U a ;:."L: i] l-pr1, iani
need .l d,,,l d--! d.,.s.v ,ugl t plro since i taken by the s orl'd, a lda.s die as a s trAnLc' alvoc rte fur were tla'e no .-c.r I.i, l or,,,l lIrr i
t ", l .,',. ov- I itlh"-i'~ Al -Tll.' -- ortres. is invested arnd boilm barded,- neural rij s, anxii us lat free C.- lo ihe ieordi,:ai,- e';erci-e (.i m .
3 i\r or ,JiIin T u .J1' Li.,t',1ia lives n, a, lot antd tle place surn on- 1 |lipS Inaiiil .li- ke Irce ,ooud,; that lit:iry .mibitio.n, ;r,:ie th n this, could
crectert th.r.or', one 4of 'li.cli is, tone dertd tin capitulatiimn, the terms ul I the neutral fl.ie t ol the republic sca eiely have beeii :-.pec ted. It i;-
and ne..rl .: .-, th cthui l.) .r.. in olich ae declared more ftvor;ible. should protect :-aill s-,ii, ; u.die r i, Lth Fain tihe c .C',mitt : con
iolcrabl., "onJit ion-cr %' nn eit', to10 milh I p
anti pluc'. of ,'i r.ip tr. di.:rto, r, titan a couqueredl enemy meited :". eer protet.i; ari.inst cCra l.in :i .tii- ton m .ke t'i.e nb-i nations
.noiniations. "T rmisen,s) an, p.rt..f liie military officers and imen, as %ell iinr of the viuatli'n of her niu'utral itt iwhei til.. iU pIri:ipks -. the
lrIl'.:Ia--- m.nr.tey will b-.e crmini ed. 1.%: as thoa e ill the c il departiieint l'. l.i,'-is byU the b llieerit' of Eu- coitit .t m i .. 1 .. l. n iol:td .' a
in the p-emses for a ihrn. Sle r, com-. government, are transported to (ie rope. iut tilese times ihal pas-ed .h.e, cetoi c *.i 0i v.,,ul i b. ~al in-ii
mence at the hour of 2 o'clook'P.M. o-,n \\et Indic., ard a new 'ao\ern- a,~.v, th' na.:,,n ha- tried her in tlletnj ,unide:'the;,':!.ict11C p: 'rs:he-
said day. mJerq iC" ING. rt established for the cotnnuere.! strenit; in bttile and found lher;ell hav receicd tfrm i.i.c- Senite, ,ind
E. Nottingham, Apiril 7 88.1i. COuntlt'. If all these acts ,, I lriti-! qiite 'Cquail to ithe struggle ; -.he ha., the 'iuty tiey ov. .he nattrnl, to, be
lity combined, do ioit conStitute h.ClI tine to -iiterO[ithetit her arnit -ilint. Silence on their part mIld
fiol'is O-f -X wal, the conimittee, c''-es ij.e- land incr'eate her navy; her former' ha,.e been *.'o'ide,,.i o acnquiez-
U. S. Branch Bank Notes, p. c.diis selves utterly at a Ins for itS defi- peaknes foreotcrin,hr foinmer pre- ence in those, r:,a;ulrS, a.it they
City ofN. York Notes, par'. nation ; ir' i t de lact be denied, tlte ceptis ahandloned, and feeling. ro....- fear this precedent and example
Nc.w-Yr.rk state Notes conseq.ient'?, of -'u.hi denial, a i'll be or and -,ri ; tn o- tiai-h t,site .,alk- may be pleaded and tuilolu.d A .n f'-
'tenerally. 2 ~ do. a proof, that no wa de b or .1 pr'o -ati'r? cntitiion, to ture occasions.
NEtW-IE '..IFREY NI FES. I Sindilt Jaiaals on" tie Unite conquer and be migc-rable If thltee things be ilhn.ittedi in
ste ...fN. I .,-* ,,t k,pa State-., nd of C rtie, tliat the im a-. and hfe,-ble, thoiu h neitiral colony, tih south, will thev not be coin ;!r
Dank ofNewBrunswick,par lonof lolida, ;. an tnauthoiz-i whose verv e weakness (pleaded in ed as authorized in tie north ? Are
Trenton Bank, *par ed act lf. .fr',;rI%.iuior oI tlhe part of excuse for the a,..ree,,ion) lshoihld there not Iortre'-;se to lie non, andt
5sri.t nti.t ntTrenton, par the U, liited rare,. But thle Con- i have rather cnnstilteoil an alppal provinces to be conquered. and are
M.., l.Ah, : plari' : tte-e 'ill u I-su thI i ; sUbjrt a'to, a e Lnerousi pe..ple for pit tcc- there not Ihtdls, ii that' quarter
] ii, .. 'par li l,: (;artlih r, andil ex ine the rei- tir,." likewise, and imay not the officer in
PENNSYLVANTA NOTES. sons oilti-d b, the olfirer coiiianid In this Uinfavorable iirht the coir- conimr,.and fiud aneans to prove that
r.,r.,i-s'B. cfLalucastcr, par ing, f.,r tal,.n'* p-,esion rf, andl ,iittee liate to, nmc, ir',asoni to lfar, those Indians have benr,or-- ereaf..
". par occupying the S-panish fortre"seS, uill thle civilized world view this ier m:i.v be, tiirn:ised byVthie Briish
Northampton par ; arrc ept -i. P:nacr l't ,ini ,he transaclin, aml if sanctioned by ith l anrm and niinni of t of, ',
Montg Coty pa Barran-.. T se re:n are to th nton. hyrrt to there and if o, may he not f,,l! (le e.-
Norl Cnt. y par befoutd i1, I;.. ,luineiouWI r'iport. to will be too much reason give. n,thus ample set in the southh .And .:dd
No.. h.l, ,;J f. m r tli- pair dep.irtnient, and his letrip- i to consider it. something, to his -tcl nrt nilli r'y.
,il.riticit.,iina DIr.l-tL ..i j o to tile Spali-.hi ofliceers who coln- am ie by 'reducing the Briti.l for-
F ,.c .,1,, -. 'o. par mandui i i tth]e ditllrert ., tres-e But ther are stillntherrea ,: es of Canala, a, until.
.l'' o. urp, and are these: That Spain had nuot. 'diilsed and 'f acs dehld, that the star spangled banner of .ia na-
li Comi CuIit at .. s *b dletd h,.it V-.lt ipulationsv.tlt di-coc the no ies of thie com tion, n. h lle ofaebec.
C1. ;ti ,,, at Iest thie United S.t.-.,:, as it related to naidiig; oflicer, more fully than h lope b,-ettIe l... oh th li-.
i:,ulrn, 2A do the Florida Indians, those peace.- these above stated. More than t o tinuished uf;,. "r,at the ieid ti ...:
..--:...r-rr..,,,Ct.irp. .4do ble conduct she was bound to gua- 1ni'rthl after this campari.n hail :t,,i ald aV- hld hoped .I e
L. '.r.:, i.-i;.iib,. iAbuj' 5 do rantee to the United States': That' ended, and tie seniioule iwar 0as thin ofl lie hero of New-Url.,
.,i b.g T atshe had f&,Ii.led thc. Indi a t-ni ated, an their eI .pediti,,n in biut te hae been disappointed .:i
G,'C ,, .v*e., ,,c' war with the U ,it.c-d States, ith p 'lanned, and the land and naal if the conduct of tle ,,icets i, he.
Ca .hhlh B..ik, ., 3 do arms, ammunition and supplies ne- force, of the IiTiited Sti.es uidered south, be anctric-d :i:d al.p:, .ed,
P1.'i. A :,I ..i ,.n,'.r. ce-a,-'y to carry on the war.- Here to execute it, which is to reduce by the nat,,n, ene r-( ie tuc, ;.i'
(omlp.- a' -r c, & d ith c..in iitee would .observe, that the FoitiTc-s ,of St.. Atiu.sline, the t Lat iLie etI, .lution ol Qiuebh.c, lit:el're
%ii .i 1, 4.o u5 d.i%
'liblr, 7 th. v are hcitlhrt- the advocates nor capital of E. Floi'ida. The rea~oris linitmerv fe!l, utabic Iotrtrter
ir,. ,i-' so do the ap.,ilwists of Spain; there .can offered for this measure ae ted ud re t a m h t
UL ...n, li., ,,f 50 dlo be ir, do out, but she had, by the vi- in his orders to Gen. Gaines, dated cl-i. to public alpb.iton.
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SLMINOLF. V..at_\.

sil ie U' ;t,:,l =l.i... M .u r.b. 1 .1':'.
n r.,T~n ^ Wa .' *... .. ri

oli.tili, of hIrT eniia'einienft, given
the United ,ttate, sullicicnt cause
of war; but they defend 1ihe con-
stitution, by saying that general
Jackson lii n.'. pii,\er ti declare or
nI.il.tJ the wutir: ihat neither he, nor
earn the President ot the United
States, had any discretion or power
tnjiid(l wloiwIr %aas. oir nts iot, cause
o.t w. 1, th4 th, C constitution ad
wisely lodged in col'rI,.ass. The
treaty with Spain still txisteil, it
was made, by the con-tiiution, the
supreme law of the land, and hadI
Spain violated, on lher part, evetiy-
article of that treaty, ?,till the e'e-
cutive of the United StI:ti'-, who 'is
bold' to see the laws faithfullyy
c'..;_cutei.l,' tlitn inI good faith to-
wards Spain have observed on ouir
part that ti cat ,. ; and 'the obligationl
of pre.'er i";t tie p ,:e of the nla-
otin 'ou ld Iilve rcuaiiined until thie
treaty -hi..,iil Ii.tve .been r- .oke-d 01
annul led bv onoiress.--Fuirishinzr

Yut cotitni(tee oAild be Iun ill .- IHo liI-M, with .rnus, .amiiilnitioi's
ill., tIo rtributie hi oprUtper iuntit e., :tul suppli., v ere so Infaly iuola-
iel're tloh.e ol a diti t-ent clar .lter tions o" treaty -stipula:itlos, and
Cruld be 1 .isibl' inf iredt, more es- 'light have been ot i-blei'ctd ool
1,1ially, win uL- it to :ill.,:-t a chj- cause 'f oar by Con-res : but of
acteir tli.,e tlilitarv taitl 1 ti- e t hil 'i .'ul'ral' JitLk on .a-w not the
prile and b.ast of t!ie nation-but .ijue.- I' His dtly t'-:as pointed oilt
Seln slit a character becomes m-ore it :was to subdue and punish the
eniinLcnlly daliaI.;eri., uhein lie e- Sninitle Indians" Ai.ai nhom we
,ill'- liti ef 1nbo\e thl.- uj,.-l v twct're at ar; for tlhi. purppose lie
IlI: Ia.s; leclre.s tilt- public a'ti 'I;'l l !r,:r,id to p IIi.-' l.t i-m intl.
i n'] bicot ,i,: s tlie al er bi ,tat.'.i the f-rritorial limits of Sp:.in, and
lie United Sta.tes and iobri..it il c r a partI l i ti -iti ly, tliioe
ti(,ns. Triat hes i .-d i :o it tiap I.- Ia t le stl a *\ fdiied
scendant pou ers have beetr rned t il 'rlit of p -, -'. at proper-
:,ei i d in tlie prc lcr.tait ... P' "ly. t'"lll er t oreir i: n act
is.. it ippLc.irs to tlti clit. lmitte.:, i a. a,-_''r sin- ni the" Spini;hl autlin-
'tr.iit lblv eidet hrouM the irioiw- could ha.e b,.n de,..;ned, no,.r
I.u t., adduce(l. -ui ilh, s' ,:h h CtT bOin L jie r;ri'-] -
The oni-tittion d .-l, nai le Spaini, beire -.lie coulhl b'-couiie or
section-, ,ll h1nbe d ItOle a .party to this war, must
I, section s. *Lt ,i. s kl,,l |ha. 1 lha e inIne ed her ne,,ti-al character
te po. er t, ,edeh.ire iL, ,rat lt. i, ,tih. of the .*n :. va, aian cl.-. rly
leit of marque atid rep'i-Il t, n ra ilutilied herself'with hit, steminole
I il'.1 iltl-, c alicer l li'; c*.i, 1 : nit" I iaia." and by acts of open and
uid ,il a,,lteri" ",r'l' it a;s ne- i ;,,ii.ed :h,..tilitf to GOnernal
ver desigiled b this h'r',a'inin, thlat Jackson, have ioppol;iid hlim by phly-
a iiihtA'l lit. r ho.' uldh hi-t i ;, r ic. hot n'l ,ll c" *
I rit', and leavi'e it to con()I-i i; tter- iit, tht uam t'.
aidls to decl.'re it ;-- li, y....hl But l,'i. ,.(c: nc ol the .pa ,ish
invilie a;in aibsurdiltv that it i. iniu e- a nuthoritie i s urget i .i., ctilc;itlii
c:e..'y' to expos e. It is sulticiient o t oli u o tra'e upI'g'u ',,Jr ciinstitii-
to -aqq that the eoc:ntlite :lthnrit t ion; mandl is tOle .eakness tlan in-
ol the ignited :tate;,aiiid uitlch les., deplendent pou or, to dipairage their
d _bdl-Naie 11ct', Ili, o n p n- neutral ri i ts or to luniJi lreten-
-r tl cli.n.- tie p ific ielalion.;, it Ce'" t for ia p .ovcrtful neihibnr to
thi nattihn.. T*lle 1' idllent ..I the "e.at"ln lth,-m lurthlu r b'y hostile ag-
Uniited SaesA i, bound. cuistiitillio- -iedshilnsr' And is it thus we are to
n,llv, I.o ireservee thle eat-e i the. be lia" sh..l I. an AmteiA n i ,n n -
. .tiill'r', tmti! C'nti iesl de.lai.;,'it cer with a ju';tiicatiion for the dis-
i11 a state O)f tar Ilte canonafly,hilr- l-Milberuleint ot (Polandi, the capture
,iia. i' a itai t ol'" pe.': .tu-. 'li e ini- I" the ,TI'nsh ih t a by Great lBr-
itairv forces of the nation in three t:in.andl theu subjiu-_ai.,ii o Eilliopie
-pecit.fi l ,.- t t i,"t,,c te, II,: P ih.parte r A ll .h.ll the ['ni-
hle Ia.t i of ile Ih' iiI ;t i t a prc. s t States e called upon to imitate
iilsnrrcctiui, ;iid i epcl in iteisoh," thie e:.aiiple.', -"r si,.ntl'Iy riiluie ce,
'e,. co lsttiil.,tl,-it. I, ., tlirt S awnl thereby subscribe ti, doctrihes,
lo dithe act for cailiint for the niiaili. anr, ali'pril e imea-sures, lthl t ale in
:ia, pa-t.,I tli Felin li l 1 i.3 l direct ,p ,," itiuS t l I) le p rep citedd
It will not be pre?t-nile, iliat Spaint and invaii ihle declarations of tle
iuil itvado.d ti l LiU .lit.-dl lti-tt or .'~t ~ enlt u t, I el to tli.S nitiin
:h.,t congra-c hiai delaIire il'.i r ,-uIl the aothil, thirtI,,i t ihe olfHicial
ua'an--t tia-t nation, aird 1 f .c il. ri.tions of-peace did eiot be- arnd the cl a'espornd.l:ire' uf all her

xtasnviiie, u I lagus n, u
aie as follows : It is necessary heie to reintii
l have noted with attention, that a copy of tie order issueC ll ;'
major Tv iggs's letter, marked No. G,:n. Jacdison to general Gal.iiC,
5. 1 cntemplatedl th:.t the a-ents for tle reduction of SI. Artustine,
of Spain, or the officers at fort St. was transa, itted to the Secretai.( ot
Aul,u ;ine. vjoultd .,xcite tthe lniatii War, arnd a counrteimandins ii,der
to hostility and fi'rr.ih th.m with promptly dispatched to Gen.-r:d
tlih> n,.an.s of v ar It ill b e n. Gaines, which reached him, bef'.-ir
tf 'i>. to.o' nir .- lci,ce -ub-tan- thle t military e\pediirn .set on Iuot
iaiinr thids l act, and that thlie hostile h- General Ja.,ck.s ii, i.id cotni.ieIi-
Inrdian- have been fed and furnish- ced ; and thus. was -uddlenly ar-
ed from the garrison of St. Atuig.- re,fed a military scletle., (-, unicn-
tine. This b'inri obtainedd, sh.iulhi sttintiinal as it a ,i, impolitic) aind
v.io deemn vounr lire.. sufficient, viou which might, as stated by the Se-
iil piuo(t- ei t. inko ald ,l ar _i ,n cr .a o i .: "i. in t letter of the
fort St. Algutine with Aiiierican 8th '" of Spteiber, 1818, iase
troops, and hold the garrison priso- ilio cd this nation in a uar- with
ners until 31111n hatir fiol Itlie Prei- all Europe.
dent of the UniltId States, or irans- In thus promptly prohiibitinp- the
port tlietn, to Ciuba, a; ill voir Jutig- ui lauilth ;-,d s.i.-iLeo, at the rt ill .of
miieit, iitidel exrsiti citrcumrn- t;cei:(, a coiniandling gell-'ral, of the u- i '.s
you al iay thiiik bect. s5tsiots, of a ue ihulrhi; n aiion,
Let it be Irnin.'iitbi'rAd, thnt the tailhi altoni thie United States ar.e t
pr.oceeding-, carried onl by mtie, or] peace, the conimittee recognize that
thiii order, i- nit on the ground that 'acred ire'ald to tile ijitt of other
te are at \war tilth Spain, it is on nations, thiclh outalt never to brL
the ..i(,uiid of'sult preservation, bot- departed from b3 (le ex. -cutite of
tometd on tie broad ba-.is u' the law a fiiee country, and 'ihat vi.2ilant at-
of nature and of iiaticis, a iidjusti- t-ntiiii to tl'e conduct of the ofi.-
fied by i );nt peace' atld secuiaty io ciws-- of thie ainyr, thlich is eircescs,-
ouir frontiers, hence the necessity of i v to secure a due subordi,:i,:i..n it'
pijctiruing eaidtnt e r.f the tfict of th.Ie iilitalVy to the ci ii poW-er.
the agntisi or tfficer30 of Spain,. iha. Thev consider that onr thi,. oca-
ing excited the lndiins t contiiiu it sion, the exeuiie oi the Uliii
the war reiainst ut, and tikat thev Starte. ha. (by proimptlyl ri:.tl.rinn
hiave turnitshed them cn ithi thle Ineais St. Marks and Peisacola. \r,'ested
of ( artir, on the war ; thii cvi- fri'ii Spain in violationi of in'ruc>-
dence, beini. obtained, )ou.will (if tionsl) puistied the course, that ilic
your fcl'ur is efficientt) permit no- cniastituti',i, d.minaided, that all for-
thiig to pre.et.- out u frnm icducirni mier piLecedents justifie'd, ani.l t
fiort St. Augu tin,.r.ecept-fi pos.itiat:- ahicli the public senulii'ilnt a_ t'e
older fIruni th: Department of W\'ar. decided approbration.
"Orduers some time since have In treaieainr the c-:ecitio o.
ber,n iJ,.eh to th'e c Micr of the <1rd- -Arbuthiot and Ambrishecr, your
nance, commanding.at Challetton. co,"ntittce cannot but conidcr'it .
to have in rcadinesat complete hat- an t n1,iecessary act oif seeritv, uii
tering train, thle nniber and calibre the pait u, the c(,t.nlhit;na rI' ..i. i -
of the guns pointed out.- I have ral, and a departure horn that mild
no doubt y,,u v.ill fhid them inll read.- ultd hinae sten awards p,'.in-
ness. c-I-', thich, in all iuir conflicts iit'.
.1 enclose you tlh- iebpolt cf tap- saa1e o.-rcil iied inatliis, hasliern.-
tain ltleiel.y, of the. naial force on tofoti' been c onside.ed, ieot only
that station; you ill open a cor- honoiable to the national character,
respondence aith commandant A. but cnr..nonable to the tii-tltes .of
J. Dalsoutentluueluco-u erition, und police. These prisoners were
pl iJ iu.jd it shituit be reqpiretd.' sbjt t of Great B. riltin,%%iI hII om "
Inh this projected expc lition, it the Unitei States are at peace.-
was not thought necessary or expe- TIf;ning left.their country, and uni-
diunt tucnsu-ltthee'eecutive branch ted thicr fate atitll -ha:es aith
(f the government; the order sent ahiom the United States twere at
to general Gaines was peremptory, war, they forfeited their claim to
on the discovery being made that the prtet'ion o.f their own overn-
the Indi.,nihad been supplied atithi nent, and subjected thic -iteaus to
ahiiniuiiitioni ant] r[oision, anil el,- lthe siiaie ireattietit, Mht I ii'h lt,
cited to war; the blow was to b according to theaccording to th practiced prin-
stucl;,rand nothing but an express ciples of the Ameiican iovernient,
order iouli the Secretary of War be extended towards itlhose, aith
1a1s tI )lvcient it. LoUigbefltie thi- whom they ere -.sociated. N.)
p0ribod the commanding general process ot'reasoning carl degrade
had, 'ly his letters to the Secretai v then below the savages ithi ahoni
of War, declaIred thie -'eininule war tiher eiaec (oniected. As piiisiners
at an enid. and after chichi not a sin- of ar, they tere entitled to claim
gle newactofhiistilit'hiad been o n- ft1mnu the 'American p,.,%eraiinent.
uitlteil. Yet in this'stateof peace, that protection, hichl the most sa-
is 'a military officer directed to as- vage of rt-r foes, have uniformly'ex-
mtain l'icis., aind oin such facts be- perience'I, when disarmed anpd in
ing sub-.tanti:tted. to inake war on our potter. ...

Haiinanity shudders at the idea
of a cold blooded execution of' pii-
Ioners disarmed and in hlie power
of the conqueror. And although
Gavages, who respect no laws, may,
according to the stric; principles ut'
the law of nations, have their own
system olf cruelty inflicted oil themli
by way of retaliation, it is believed,
that such a system would degradec
and ilerbae the e civilized nation,who
Could re .irt to it, and is nut only
repugnant to ithe mild principles ort
the Christian reli-gon, but a viola-
tion of those great principles of
moral rectitude w'hichi distingiiii i
the American char,.ter.-Rletalia-
tion in the United States has Jl-
vways been confined to specifiedl ats-
of cruelty. It is not believed that
any attempt lias ever been made to
retaliate for cliarges so general asm
thlse exhibited ug-ainst Arbuthinot
and Am:brister, viz. inciting thel
Indian, to war." During tlhe revo.-
lutionary war, only two cases nc-
curred of persons seized for purpo-
se: uof retaliation, neither of whom
wras .exected.-TlThe cse of A'-.rill,
s.ulzoi" un accoitnt of the nurdiler ol
Hi.hly ; and governor lHamilrnt of'
Viiceinnes, flor specific acts of cru-
elty alo. II.tmilton was confiinal
for ;i s, .hit time willi vigor, naial .'-
ter'". i'" -.'-.I'..'l. Durinn- the Litee
w'Vii, iii'lrked ;itli slnme c;':s.- on'
cotl-bloo.led massacre on tli h part'
of liiur enemy, particularly lihe one
at the? riier raisiin, no -uch mea-
tiure a-s retalialionu i'as resortedl
fl.io p inciple assumed bY t(he
conimtuiihii .ii,-;enieral,that Arbulihnot
and Ambris'er, by uniting in war
a.-inst thie United l rites, while \uc
i"iA.c tit peace \ il Great i Britain,
I.c it ll-,al:n;tws .intl pir-atus, .& li-
able, to sul'etr death," is not recogni-
'it'ra, I antv code of national lasV.
'Nuaiin-Z call b, I; found in thle liitlir'y
of ci'.ilized rtti'mn., whiTih riTeco~-
niz ..- slch a principle, except a dte-
eri ,f lie E\i:cutivte Direc'torYv of
Fri.ii'tc, duri',g their short career of
fi. llI ,.< i.t iileos,,which declares thIat
n.ia .l, lt'.ildl It 1 b'u.rd enemiemc
s'.1; :hliiI! bp considered and
ti ,. .,1 as pirate-.
th ciniiiiittee forbear to make
an, jilier reinarks on thie violation
ct i- i.-Iuail and accuitnmed forms
in tiit, punlisient-t and conaictiun
lci Arbthtliinot in-l Aintn'ister,exceipt
thi:t ,.vien dtj pots cla inn;g i, eI er-
c;- abiulite power, cannot iithl
piPritr ty vilnte thi.ir oivn riles.
rlavin, ,Iletall,-d .a co.irt inm.artiil,
f \-v the i.-p..: i- It vi. g tlh .. |, -
,inei'r,, thl ctoi n li tihil s s ._. ,hlr i] liv
hbi, owln aut'luily sit. aside the "iiI-
teince' ol ilie court and subati-
tirt d I .'w" il-i.t sentence, hii nO
,l ajilriri wikil. In tt ri.i is i\ili -
it-: thie` life lof an tit lis iI.;n l, 'I
:_t -'-t adih .-21ie it.i lfunin, is,, in i, ili-
n.T r, caes, ctniiider,'d the best se-
cu-i v :t-..iinst oppre-sioni andi ijus-

A.\ -.'p.rtur.? lriomi these foirnt i is
c'-l, -I !--Il t, irlic t .1 wouidtl on the
liai,.-_iiitl tlI.iliT iir .liid tarnir i ilihe
la-liaei'i so jUstily acquired by tihe
ctniintliidin. e:':inral by his formerly
vict,.Trlen. S'i:I I .Ie the facts- as
thi--y appear, to the comtitltee'. aldt
utncl, are the vij-., taken by them
of tlhe important is'lbjects relf red
to their consideiration, and togetlier
wvitli their report tlhyv submit sari-
ou;t idipo-ition. aid documents., .t
ilhicli, and to tdi- coi responaht.tice
nid do-iiments telatting in the S:e-t
milllhe uiar, contiiniunicated to the
S.enai.e by the Preidlent of the Uni-
te.l St..t'e;, at the last and p:--i;ent
Sl_. si!th, he refI' r,
Se, Mr. i\'in,', hi-tr to tihe Sc.'r
ti-'Y i.f ",i tie.s 1.V\. 1'J, p -, t.ile papelii.

St'!iF -,El LiNti --A fellow' hi.- the
aiiil tni tl' wi ,r p'bi!,hl d,',?,,',i'iirm b'y
Ini. it -i:'ii-iant ..i,-:' I-ii hi i iii, _;id li iii if'.
jiil, i vhn a. e Ik. -" n ah.1 I'l',hn rig-
t-:'l' t --

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V.. IthlNlcG I'LN s.- tli .ie.. ,tt o 1 th,-
Inod' s i.!
off ; i: r-i, i i. ull, 2 t .lh_' l_,rii ;.-
oat i' I'l it 'inN ili 'i .'.ei ii i i .
vatr I..:ni,:rf,',.,nI m t.t1i',,
S iThe lii il sc.l l ii in i c o'l'ri it i n.
,f i ., i .,ii.:,-^. 1. P ,l ,, i,',rh ihe

took th .. in ,-'. -,,ik .u, ,,. li,- ;h ,',-'..
ft'or te il I la11,' i'l' '-I.it: r ih,: ai, ,,nii
ceni. prhi,', itt ii, uIpotn Ouel occasions.
i'h: i itlit i']. 1 i c i. ininedr ti.lv to iiu
Il" i l ll ,. -s r. sha uli rC-1,. t. ,. -: .
Ibit'i, lie. ilhr V,.LI '1 ii i -t'l,"c i n 'l ,-,
*"f J.)lhn.:J Ih "n *.l" .Ill ic I..r, ...li
* your M.IL.i in\'-, tl.i-t,'uis ij-,i :' miu,[ ihliu
ot" t!e I' iin ,ii' Sicily ; i.i I]inr,, lt er..t-'le,
I i|, i i.i-s iit r I-a, lo s.u, I ti I uIi i iii.-.
* otfl'i .51 i.i -t;,"'.-c'i-i. ler ,tin." FP.t- ,ii. .1
Ictl it to uits Mi;--ic-'-. l ,-i"i' ;,m 1 tlic

V-u l'..'r;,'>i,J.i '-a M P'-t'rn iri i'.ien;n '

ir 'S'CilEST-R :
MFDNrT.E DAY, APRIL 14, 1.319.

P'I/a;c'l,/a.,-- A i..:zLr rom1 Mr. TG-
: i'. [i imncl !. m;r]it.r of t ile rinci, r:.-
puliU c to tile UIi,t'Jd Siutee, now a c.'.ircn
of the state uof New.-orli, has lately ap-
peared hin ili. Albany prh'iti, t.e object
of hbicli w..s to slicw-tlt conrc-rcrl
clicks, .urrournled b, a fc rile courti.j, -
;ng at the LcnJs ol' ba s, or on 'iver ia-
ny iniisc fromrniie sea.-cast, have generally
louritlijd more thai osi iic Lo..te.. direct-
ly cr., or n.ar .lie oci.n and the kleer
W'as particular) lier.le-d to 1c-cile confti-
dence ,n the continieid prosperity otf.i-
bany. The letter I intended to live pub.
lished-L.,t I. is miri i.-J. The Itact ,it..hii-
ceiL, a id li colncl.is,si, r,-sul.tIng 'inom
thlcni, t ili ugh illtei1,,ld t.i ,ppli ln .inr,-
Lhcr qliri'tcr, art <.-IculatLd to inspire the
firinest conlfid,:nce in the inid.s of' lose
viCo aie ir re1std ,n th, pIusprz'ity .t
tlll,'iiolr, ch t.
All tle port' mcrti...nc.l are not reAl-
lecctd ; but Lui'trnii-Literpool-Caniitn,
Cdcuta--uouirdau .x--Neii-UlrIcmis--
Phl.,ii:liI, aiid soliie naliih.i. A r..ferenct to ilie lacts, \Le b
I t v. % 1 l liw, IlI I. n ci. p rL- lat the hcIe..0
uL s pil ,, n1,gatiin, have uhfortr, ly |>ro1
IpCe L. to le injury, if not the ruin, -of
tic _.-e vilii.h ei re t-,I l;.l,.i c e:.i e 1, t,,
thle .ca. Tlihe iristAfnc, s ,Ii tlu .tin- L; iL0
po L.on I-C ir nnri.n r in oilur owin ci..Ui-
t,. :- l 1,,l'i-' ,rl 'e h;,li. flotilriblh -d'
Shlc i\.n-porl, .*l iniks nea rer thei Sai,
;.iii ione o'ile, Lest l.-l In il e UnL t.Jd
Sta.-.t hii.. 'ic :~e ,I. N _-.r .ich-pot t, ini
thc i'iir.;n, h;n, n -prv ted, wh;il- N. ..
Loni.J.n, a inoit eec.-llc rt hariouur, andl 15
Trill.s n.:,r hill ortean, has, to thelic
no.,r, 'ot n.J\iincc,= in ]-pr.l..;ierity. fl i rt,
for..d Ir'! mrri re c.rn-,m- rc. 1.llo.an Ill ti- rpl .
e" ci mY.-- l biel ,i i t ci O ni C i ..nl l:
s.;hi-nJ. A i. il l'{ uL l.-|l,h,..i lha u i.s.l.mri,!'
,ttr.i.:tca to itself ahii,,,.t theil hole true
winch formerly )v.''a. pu;-,ssed by New-
C..tll,:. \I lmington, and (.lhester.
N i, 'i.,i'l:,; g-,w i n u 1"1i till am.'mzing. \"
bel't-- 'Will., :in tiu n ,tii.l.d ripolit.. W e
wish her prosperity within all ourhearts.-
Finchl sii', itid tor conimerc'-possesshi:ii
:i ;iarg. c. .ital, and gre..t ritcrpri;e, .1,.
i dJeitine-. we dulbt i.ot, I:.. be ,1 ; it
c;tv. Bi t t I l aws cf nt' irli lilu-t ch ih g'
tr Philadelphia, if her citizens are true to
,licir '.vn inteests, must and will holdl
--,lh N, .' 1, 1 ri. >lr,, in corauti -. : ;
-, .l ; ,1-1 .,, 1 ir.r i..n tur1 X w. ll si'w cX
cc-eti 1i-r.
lie .i.cuitrv ;irr.1riding Philadclphia,
cuoiidereil in ri-lai.n to its sio,l-ancul-
ta re- piroJurt.0o7.., : ,r l. i ,.1, L '. 1 ui'|...1 "
Stih- it tI,, t,- [ .Ghl>'.o h.,li nf N .'... i;,
aid I ri.,t ,Li..ecc, d. .elk e. tlhl
ciialr) in the ticinit of .mi)y city ri ti,-
wcld. !.
"Tlie I, .oa" cti.' boo t ,'.;l,. h can t :.
c,-.-i mj|) l d..3.n oti'ir i'tr3, 'ith ;..
mdcih "l...ly aga.in-t v,,-id iand lidc, ii
grea Il b,.:nfit the toniis ipoin the luidl-
son, to the diminution tf bus'inc-s in il,.
city of Ni.%, -York ; and tlie-y cannot 'i.! [tu
bt ii' csirTii:'i Sez ;.: t ie the coiniicre.
of P li.id,:l.phl ., by entllng" h.lr lip ,.,
Jut. to Sl. 'or Collie .r'v' po1,1. \;l-hunt tl i.
,.t'structiton.s heretolore cxperieniic-:d from
ad'.:.i .i'sdi and tid-.<.
All' rri m% iy not, b.y ,the prop:v' iap
pIl iliion ,.tll u i mbl mTacli'n;,,i.I. be ube.
to open tie n.h igation ill tile v.-inter, bP
CVitLirn :, p.is.ge liith gluigh thle Ice aind
to-...nrig vc.-.:li in aid o r.ii, ti.h s rend,.-i
P lhnl .iel|t.l.a alw ; : 1, ..-- :*.1,lC tJ t llrpa
I'r o in .i
The L ilhi i4-. th't tl;r- pr-:. rity ff:..t.
port<, d,:i: .,. ,t dJ ",,: ,I 1 ,. .n th,:ir n's, .
ti-mi in re,.ipec' to f1L.ii-. 1 prr,'. N.'rv.
port, ,vi r l,-i...- liandi, .li.J Nj o -L .rini .ni.
'n CA1:i.. : ,, i. t, ,n .: 1 .i' i'1 ; l l if h..i
better -it ia :i lu r .h Eiur-p| an t.i.i:
thiit Ne w.1' I.Ir t '.yl lie, i d. tll,.y linot
flo is i nl rfl,. mi. i t lic in arl'kL i \ii .it.
'ill'rl ritnl di- 1 !,'.' h In -th :l, l V 'il ,".in.-
--. l'J.'- .. hi .! rr-i;1, a:ln c.n ic
vastly i cr,';.,-_' I, l.v a L. .., l igor ,u, ', l
libirAil pioi...,. ii h .ii I ..inmand thei
trial, ?--t/,,* .., .i .t,1, I l.'.i. r,-, d.r, ,--, 1 ,,ie

L.1, il,' .'..: -
Cm .C c :-]i li. p ,-ic h, .,. i; ., ]:r,i
tl- hen "rl,bui t i nri leC.. ii.ic-j. coin.
hetir cj-n t > l ; .. ,d i n-;,ui li .Lncic-,
' ,: ,, I1 n I, 'l 1, I 'Iru i _'!', I .'." |.n !:,

l' i hl.l lllI lt .. t
Cu. i I, ,' a c:i. ,l' L ,- in --t- ',l as r .'ill
q..[ n ,.7 :-,', bl.il., t. .' tlr; 1l.v:.: <..-'
",t.'lag .- p le.?-,i ll ,'i'J ,. -ill.< '.,'tit: I .. '.
to iI,-, linicii ,;n Ph ,.i.:!|-.lh, throu lih
Chister c,.unty and the c;ty of L'-ncn.
tor, to the rS r:q ,.l;,-,iin il i
\%",",,l.1 tle c.? t \c.:e,:.'l onP-, l ., [l.d]'
ii i'i[ih ',t \ i n i ..| it 1 :- .iI [l t -'nin,
:. thC ir..n,:; .l l.J i; IL i.t t at l.lTS.
fince., bilr be dibursLn. :.'il:llbi ot l;'tic_ s,
g,';liff h. 113 <|]ick chlc,,lation Lt l" to
.... kn i 1 '';.: -- ,i ;t l,,t rI eidr .."

OpUn- tie lu'n I. J,.J m "~;. (..'f'.'r ruir

't-:.c r,.-' ~ for the priisnt. Ti\e Y:dr'i- iz: id to be-tranquil,1b. Spaini PROPOSALS,
subject s Zh l be rcesurrie i J L{ ; O[ i-. .it i"
__ + ..-i 1 c' iih' ,. ,mr..m t t'jr rl-:r. ih .-i iiN" :,
The public are already apprised l i r .-'' ,, i i ,
S rlai,..', due ,ro r. r ia,.c.? to the A llies, w as
that a quarrel has subsistedl between c'i, cliicJu onl i,- 2at February, the time R
a-t.I, r,,r i l j-tv. n { i' -.', r the v:; i rl,-h 0O :1.. Ii:t of THE Tfl.LVsrI.V ..IITJI 1RS O t
G ens. Jacr;so and Scott, ful "t I .. uT. ll t ll ,_ rart' l of l:'.r 'd .t. dSOLI" ."?F L FR 'I
considerable length ou til.. It a Pis .. i ii.. ire -.. I ierly physiciann to
CON., ,SIN 07 v o.0
*-uppn -ied by nM ainv that the visil it Ic Ri''. v f c' L., .1.1 ^."'ly il
suppoed btn many t-aat th ii t in,(,f M:.ich, f-i. elenl .s me. IPOEMIS AND SONGS,
the former to New-York was-with Ilicul attendant to the Ex-Emperi-r This .:I
the liew" to a meeting v.itli hIad- tppuiinIent is sanctioned by the-Allies. ENGLIS" .IND SCOTCH.
'ra rV. DIED, ', ... ,,,.
Tlhe last papers contain the .cor- Onr Friday eveniiT, the 2nd in-
respondeuci. which h.as passed be- 'lt at tile reidence f i so, irn E-oren iir ,i. ;I s.ne tlng bre.at,
o f Gnc Londtongrose, Doct. JoNviIltAN Moi- My hiea scat..Ct ll.Lilu niiirt,
tween them ; on the part of Gen. s, aJ a le days ill s, at the And as their plen.ing .ifluene flowt c,.n.
J.AeCsoN it is severe, it rot degi'ad- ajanced a'.e of ninety years. A A sigh o it reflection ha'r thI.
iiglv abusike-on th.e part of Gen; man of sterling merit himself, he leaIt-G- tr.
co*ri it is mld, if ta n was: its friend and be Itor iri ----n
f t .othoers. To a vigorous and active CONDITIONS.
flti whole, the pub ication reclects -mind, -he joined the most upri.hf I. The work will be sent to press,
creditt on nIteilii,a .d it is matter of and benevolent heart. He resided as soon as a number of subscribers.
regretas it re'ecitlsthe characIei of all his life in Chester and Delaware competent to meet thile expence of
bolth,.ee gerntlemenl that it ha'; ev- n,,rtles, and was, perhaps, as gen, publi.lhing, shall be procured.
S seenerally known as any man in them. it. It shall be printed on i ood
er seen the light, ie ill be long remembered with paper, with a handsome type,-andid
MonLt FiSr Cur-aritn rc -rr BzEF.. p,':ic and g'ftitude. will form a neat miniature voluine
'Irwo oxen were ,, il. i-e b- 'DIED, on Wednesday evening last, at of 144 pages.
1 t2,. de 4--l d b-,. son's, C -D. Walter Kenrr, in Ches- III. Booksellers, and ntlher's, shall
Mr. Hurtz, victualer, i11 Phiadic- ter county, ;,:- Martha Hathorn, in the be entitled tr, in, copy for eiery six
lhia, a few da ,t.,o, uhi u were 74th vearofherage. ibes they pcue; prded,
Eathtaadford 'hef sht,.J i.h .', sof'll th.t they collect and forward the

So t weghed Virtue of a Writ to me di. IV. 'iThe itik till be delivered'
'I" ""b ecte,,, to !.lbscriber,. in boairdk. ,irice 75
S. Rlugl Fat 2387. c "WILL BE SOLD, cents, to be paid in ideliiey.
The other weighed 1150 AT PUBLIC VENDUE --
Rough Fat 9 On 1 .nl:iy the 19th of Apr-il Havinfew, Ito'I pi, cesbes;,e me, that
he laret .i,f these o n, n, i t*.at one o'clock in he afternoon, .i,"t 4 -- 1 .' m)01bIC r, -2 El-l I
tJe lire t ute ... l tten C ey .at thte d li i.l.-h tl.s e he pl.eni.- ,I I,' -, the fAi, l. p.: .
... he cit of which we ses; a certain miessuage, G(ri Mill, c,,- St;c i ; ti. low -; 1 Iui,
mentiule.1 t%%o weeks ago, were the Saw Mill, Plantation and tract of ;t, l;.r i'-h ,ti'action of those, lhoni na-
hlandsomest. amnials of the kind, on land in the township of Cha,.*I- .I o se soin,-th;ig c.f lthe manner of
loot, tlh at, ,e (. ,er satwt. t on tin i. ,t hr oI,,ipd, bel,.e th-.: iibscribu ft;r his
Ioo[, thavt we e ;br saw. town, ir Che le' countyI .nuinlded
Tlh Cott- t bet .i nrur farmers .by land; f '. ill;iam L.' all" .mlI. LOO: .T. CALD ON
whoa htl lab-tten t (i' b,-r t Beef is a Lewis n,,: and orthc : con- l. c ., .LOOK', A.et! Cv.ULD ON M..
rivalry.taiiing on, lnihundlred ian tr lilft.-.ix I nd ,.h-sli al-,,i the t .Oiliir, ivt ,
A tn g o ..-ftile-o t c Iod 1 r ac res, Inoi e ,(r le-s, ll (lit e atppUi- C-omn.I : .pi,.:l l, h tuhliltl,his nee p,
I'e "gir tle stock Boldersrof to Ta,,ces. Thiert'I i a c Iomfortable A ,.l pi-ca id 1%i tri- o-i r i h ,' ,he4, t-
fle li ton nd 3 d i ,|nellin. h ,,,, a la ,,. rev .tole .'I i_. il ili ci,,Ii ,vrkr,e..- ,.l--
ank ii-h.-e n held, andl a .respcrt.-. U ae it, _'the li ,.,, .,,ch p, ,. ,, i
Blie committee appointed, to c':a.t- aid .i l. e st. e TI l ol ,se ght bio .- ..nr,, cn pL-,ITr-' gi'e'
ine minutely i n to taio ill the pe, ,i,. The ,ill, are inl .- -t-, .ok'd -i cauld on nme.
ice minutely into the 'situation oft good order, and are turned by Pick- I lit-.r hle l.eiihn.g- lutr-st groan ;-
the institution, and to report wheth- ering creek, which. aftbrlds alt abutn- I hear the hollow caverns moan;-.
er it will be more con-istent with dint supi ., of writer thlrot,>hoi t tle I c thle ai,pn .i"ar., ,A .
the public nl, ,and ihll. in.tere a f e r. TIe ]I .,irm has a '..--,,..riable h -..-.,.,d f.,,,,.i, io'ei ihe .. ,--
the ,St l k-h.. -l, erts,tocclot- the atL ir- 111, rtit (,f u,, I. land arid watered al t a Ie 1rot -lit,,' p.1, -'ti l.: ,
of the bank, or In tiakl_ measure, n, ,,' ; a ,al is coneP nieiily divii I .-: .ild -d I nl s i :
and what those measure of s O lit, ded into fields. The soil is of the Aid Mar, look'd as ,:lid n n.e'
and at those measures ouh stone anti best kind, in good A comprehensive Glossarv of all
cul isati,,i. Seized andl t.l:ien as the -cotch iurlis will be subjoined
I .t h,'r p ri-,i Iv L.,7-X.'IT.P. ).To Illm -. l by rP Sibscrrptins will b, receirv-
FIRE !--lntheart-rnon of Wed- nCRlIM\V'I'E.I .PEARCE, Sh'fft eda fthe Villrxe record Ofice. I
nesday last, fire was blown from a Sheriff's office, West- ?
balke-oe-ii to a' stable, in the south c chester,April 7,1819. 89 OO1Ai NB`U. S.
anII olt llii- city; n b'foic the -
il.Iltc. could be anre-itil, that buil- kre C lt'- ew-rd. 1 l AUl Xle Ulnt,
,ii.- ('ithi a cow in ill ald t,, P RAN a''v l ty -Irn ithl s-,b-cribLer, TO BL sEEN
dwelling hoiiies were consumed: living in 11'etb,.iill',rd township, AT No. 48, MARtKcT STrnEET.
and two others were nearly uhroof- Chester County, on the ninth inst. THE citizens of Pliladelplia now.
ed, to piL'.ent their bursting. an indented servant girl, named -T have an oipirtbuni try, |i,- a; fe\\
S .. r-':. Mr ir."nit"t Beach, near s.evntcien, ...o, of vie i t.r the finh-s ii iianial
la, '- u a ,-.S. i-She li..I on a d.ark ;ii 'thl E.ELLI HiNI kind ever in this
Mr. JolNu SzNSRNIOc, whose linl-ey fir,:k anil capc, .'1d a 'I i t- I to .
death %e announced last week, as chintz bonnet. Whoever takes up The one now offered to the curious
having been drowned in Coca]co said gil- and brings her home, shall is- a Male, :ild thie first ever, in this
creck. it ii nul'w thti, it ha, been receive the above reward, but no country. The male differs mate-
iturl-het c- indId ki botly c:,.iice:ih:.. cli..,e?. IYr from,, flly ni.m th, iihiale in appear.
&2t'O i.u ,., it,'red to aniy p rl'r on \thu N. B.- I f noie arn all pcr'o ii- ice lii 1,,i l k I1nicli tioie trunid-
will find the body of the deceased., froIm trusting lher on my account. able and imajestic-su ith large tusks.
--L---- O E. CALEB PENNOCK. Th'e dcility of this ani.nal surpass.
AM.IL ROBBERS. A April 14. 89 se that of 'any one ever ex-ibited
Wt, I- t the t1,. MI -,bt. r. h a Tello 'c oN Draught IHoTrs lher-e. The nuitber o tofriks, he per-
tr-.:.I m Iare.l.:laI b: :q ittd-,oi lt TheTlY ARMERDr htHp
i. lt i. .:._, l.h ould c., ('CHESTEP C'OUNT FAR |.MER are to ,Iumerous to pcarticu-
cd..r ticiE t bP ug, i .pep... ,ir ze. Ainiuno tiheg are the lulloo-
Jln rultrh t1 b | )u ing h,,. p le, WCi ,,.t 1 ill take his stand this season, ingr--
d.hrier in.i,.oi,,J':. :"thl h i..-.. ho.,',. ,-r, ftIrio thl,:- hi 10 i l April until their first H[e %ill\ draw a coirk from a bot-
i,.,:,, i,.. ru .,,; i. .. l,i i'J u t i i., at the -l.ble rf tJ'- l, and dlinik its contents. then
pn 11 ., t c ,i ..-. ,.:. -;eph .. :I E.,stbr.,df.la i, C( ei ,rnidl the bottle.uill cork ho his keep.
rte;:.-,C- ,'La it -I-'. i G l.-r CcutIll\,, to atid a hlila r il.. ,:-i--lle will pll--lortm a iiuibDer o
The l t- sm io:'ti PI:.nei-:r.u.[nee., iichi so0ll1h 1,I \tstchester. For terini evolutions ith a stick, similar to
lt.a i I :kI't inciinati for Piuburg, ii. I. see bills, the broad sword : also take his keep-
,in b-..,- Lic l',ilie c i.*n.), CHI- I rt (COUNT5 F itinrn c. with lii tiltik or foot and place
'!U riJu.. i -p,.: :, i i i 'Lnitcd'L.;i:- -a be cl uilk,.il ,h pie v, rising ,hli, oit hi back, and tb-en shake him
I.Lk it lI I, 1 AJI. iYCa'r i- this pI in-_, itUll si\- ti, hit what is rlostcurious alno ong
t,.t hatds liih, hatltko"ie, st',,n hIat, nunoeui-c is, he still dance to
--_ .-0ttai. made, noves w' ll, amid 1, exceeded ituuic, anld -very correctly.
TIll I'HIllCE.S 0 11 ES. by none lor the drau,.hit. His ,sire lie is ei.lht l'ect highly, and weighs
:..- t- i- i ',,, b, i Ir. in, tie -ell-h k-no ,i llr-e Grlthl, b, .'ten ll ur ai d 1 five lhousa-nd
.i, e. "' Fa.rI ier, t ,i ih '. rot by Hi lhv i,'.iils.. As the. stay will be but
"T 'c P .i,.-i c-"it i-I- inkin i ]r t .cr. Fini.i's dat, ,, s :. bit L I il.- st, tlhe proprietors solicit an im-
pa'.it]ui,i .-n a iL, h i otit, t lh h l.n.l i 11, (eI r il'ntl y l .yon, (tornierly kept by iaeditite atlentioni of the citizens.
:'i 'ta L.. g Al i ,uh ,i al ., .l. illiaT,,a'.h or at Kennfit Sq anu. N. B. A fille spacious r'oin for
p i,-. rh ig,. t ,lihiie.., ,. .t, ," utI,,' ,- u t .xi Z "I'iil-.lin by the 011h D.j) pp[ their receptions of Ladies.
S I I il ;l ., a t ih r letsrri tloi i dee1il- .all. o" e,lbiition front 8 in the
1ch.-i16 4 i. t' ..ii1l.u i, ith'i it t ic.- ii. ttl tllCLe_*.m-a v, ; is lie;t illUl -Uiiu lifr iirllini- until it) itt thlie evening,
i.nitl,-li b. .,b,li t smx ninih i, n iL lhit hinimself. Suiidayv excepted.
,!e Iil ...t t, .flit lihe ,a1 oo.1 l' tvo'h in N. B.-Good pa.,lure provided Admittance 25 Cents-Children
I ii.. i.. i t1 l i... nill pr.-.e d. I %,,, r d:.bs. I o i arl'?s f'oain a di-tance, but acci- u tid t- l -a is of na e. half price.
,.iLl, i-,t "l.ic .'ri'c p .it e. ,gl.,.i i ,m j dents tiIl esc;iu,.-, at thit* iisk i ,, the 'r -- -. ill coutinile here only
i.d ..,.. -.,-ni-orre,-.e .lt her lrov.l oi ner,. CALEB STR(ODE. t,, ue eks.
I.l, .. .... -.t!. .; .\pi il 14. .,;i 9 A .pril 14 89c2t
l1. c '," ,.,111n^1, fn .i uo I.l..u ten b.-liiindcted tbrii,,por. (,03 flst V'\\l_. A LIS I1 OF LETTERS,
tuat ,.,ell ... tca- a gtci nt EuCADiiomtJ-cl ofCohes- sNO reainin in the Post Office
_I m.lJu I g l'' :t, ti .,c -n, ba., ESC.APED f.'iiti th i:ni of Clith- at harlestowi, Chester county,
iuv hIc :fFplim.., I,.ll ..- hIt r to 1 'x. M cDowe l, t. ho ',ti confined ,or P ntvhiv r ia. ..
t l lmLasg Ill cuarcotu"n. H t l iHe wals, linc inor uS, Josph loulev, Abraham Hol-
ductit. u. I 'i"hn n I, ,,iti.. u.a- Li t re.- b,,r tintaia 'hae .,ie, Johu Sters-
|.md nl,.I, .,. i e,,- ,,c,,- a.c.t uc.d in oh m atd, John Showalter, Mary Smith,
k c" -n Hn-"iry Siit!i & Samuel Reeley,
,I. .. ,i,., ...i- .,,-, -ll far c., ,,' a- "ist ih 1k1 r:.c*hie. [{ a nios l ,.t.lbh,.,a Smithi, Tlhomas D.tviss, Al.
'.,,..l ,,, h l;,..ii aba doned sLi n, tl. He isabout cm uxle," Dontd, Harinah Tavyor,
Sii,." '-",.'iilt, ',.i. ,-i r,.,- te h,,,i:,.,,.,dl th yers if ,, {li'lht sandtv coin- Rqbecca Lewis, Enoch WYalker --
,-mur ...i., r,: it h,, r.d Ot ei....t1' plexion, about 5 feet 9 or 10 inches Walker "c Geige;, Thomas George;
lei,,nJ,,,iii., tgo an--.,ia hieh ; well shaped. W ehoma alkervae, T ilhia Patter-
Sc iih tt; i u i wenofsin, Peter' C.ter, W .i T.. \tood-
.' : 'Mr L ,,,,I.. ;, Ct,. c ,,, I ,-- t.u the county, atl is ci l,-er lurki,, il man, Et. W'oodn an, Eliz. Young
in "ie l ,'rll".-i I -.,-in stmin. thhe neighbolhnod of his rlatin,' J.COB BCKWALTER .
str-,..r C.'wr;glh.t,-,,li r. lolhlu ) or has oneitis presumed to the Charlestown, April 14, 1819. 88
cic aLso c.undil,iie. hie" poll ir.s a state of Delhwat-e or Maryland.
cii. u....i.iii.:i. tte d... of A Reswatd ,of S-0 will be given V aist er ( al? .
e.. "n"k t-. {, a l -.- p,,?prhlc-iioni and confine- .At ilichiail Tlhomna' Mill, bythe
veste. ii t-,,.. i,. ,, h L -.,. I t ,,,, e t ih ; i l. E TO: o- r BiUi lEL.-- Present price
have 1,..uv ,, pur,,l_ .. d..d te. h.- l CROM\\'EI.L PEARCE, Sh'ft; per Bushel o 5 C--utta.
private purae. ; -" :" ""- ":.April 14: 89 I April 14 891

.AL P. GTONt.. _----

BY \XiRT'FUE of an Order or"
the Orphans' Court of Chester coun-
tv, will he exposed to Public S,ale;
,n I'hmrday, til 13lti of April i.-
A PL-1NrA'rrsliN
or Tract of Land, situated in .ke
toluii-hip o Branidywine, C'heilete
county, conrtainini llii'tyv-eight acrp.S
aid! ninetvy-tive perclies, 'late ith.-
property of John Hi. Sinith,deceas-
ed. On the premises are a tiu-sto-
ry log house-a log barn stoned un-
(her ceatlh-a stone spring loinse, oveTr
an excellent sp'in-g U" water-ar,
apple orchard and other fiu't trees.
On the land ate 16 or 17 Acrei of
thriving tinmber-the.cultivated part
is well setv'ithi closer, and in a high
state of cultivation. "There is also
a Tan-yar-d-a Bark Mill which r,.ie
by %vater-and Curr irg shil:. It is
a %aluable 'iitulion s"sel! dor thi e
attention of a Tanner and Cutrier;
this property is bounded by land ,it
J,,hn Culbertson, John i'(C'lire. Ja
cob Baluin and others. Sale isill com-
rnen.:e ,it 32 o'clock on said, day, on
tile preinisei4, when attendance will
be gi% en and conditions made known,
by thi? stibseribe..
Ap il 14 St

THE subscriber hlavin g move,4
to the Red Lyon. in Eastmaill)ib
ullU'*li, heree 'lie ihteiids keeping
ac..i,iinimodatian_ as a )public lu)i se,
arnd car-rying on the. SaJddlingr and
Harness Mlakling business,-froth
,strict alten ioil aind corilplete woi-,rk-
mnan 'ip, solicits the stlpprl ot' hii's
find andil the public whu niry fa-
vor hinm with their business.
N. I.-A iurtiite, niln saddler
w'.ntetd. JAC''OB LAM BORN.
Ap-il 14. $ 9
Ti.hi, James Dov'elli and Ale.an.
der Dimell, Jun. ti-ading under the
lirin of J. & A. Dowell, at the 16tlh
mile -tone, and A. Dowell, Jun. 'y
Co. at the 43d mile stole on the
Lancaster turnpiki- road', Stomekeep-
eUs, did on thle 2-4th ulr. execute to
lihe subscribers an assignment of
all their property, real, personal and
mixJd; ia trii-it lor the bi benefit o(i
their credito s, in the maniier thlere-
it, conthrioned, ihou shall within 60.
days f'rtmn the date of the assign-
ment, execute a full and efrectual
e'liea.e of their re'pectise clains.-,
All iperons indebted to tle sai,
fili's are requested to mak.. inime-
iJi:ite payment, and those having
clinics will present them to Jamea
Hunt, actiner Asiiuee in Philad.
Ap1,;I 14 9
Euliuor MoOye /
Resp-ctl'ully informins his Clie'ter"
coitnlty friend s in particular, )ilid
tl.-: p.iblic in teineral, that he hal
t,ken that iellkh,\wi stind in tlhe
siilage of Harmilton, o," West Phii-
adelplia, at tile sign o VWin. Penn,
kept the past year by C..C. Jackson,
an'l lurinerly by "Gerge Lewis
u -leri:- hi has opened a :
for thei accommodation 64' tratelJer,
&c. Hle lhas-supplied himself iith
mt}oite liquor.', ;aaid esery thin, -!e
necesI-s,.y to the coitfo'rt of thluse
,i}o Inay favour him with a cail--
As lie shall spare no pains to give
satisfaction he hopes-to share thy
public patronage.
.\r1ln 14 891

CANBY & NiEcLSON, irespectfiiilv
informrii the public, that they lihae
cuiamenced the Clock and 'WaVch
making' business, in Westchiester:
iheire they intend keeping a Gene-
ral Assortment of articles in their
line-such as
Particular attention will be paid
to repairing all kinds o 'Clocks and
Wa'htclhes. a
April 14 6M89 -
Wauk Notice.
The .'tock-Iuoldi-r,.of the Bank
of Wilmington and Brandvwiie,
are requested to m-et at the nn nf
Eli Lamborn, on Monday tle 10th
day of May next,.at 10 o'clock A.
1!. at which time will be submitted
for their consideration,"thejoitt re.
pnrt of thle Dir)ie,turs and the Conm-
maitee, appointed at a mtetir.g of
the Stock.huldeisotn thlie-Sth inst.
By order of the Iotard,
- DANIEL BYnNE+, Cashi'r.
list f LltYers
Renairirni~ in tih'o Post (Office at
Chathliam, Pa., on the first day of A=
pril 1819.
William Ienrey, Ed tiva d Ken-
drtick, Johna McGuire, Jesse Miller
Hannah Rees. '
April 14 <89.

'' RLLNII.Ni T E ti' LL ArrtL A. i u .i ;

vI LAeTI. r 7u runll jiliititi, ", '
Poems i, rctr.lc'i by JU.N D IN..i' i L.
CaLaZ, a Spanish lady, tiht, iIed ni',i
M.exico, in the 17th century."
Weak men, whoir without rasan ainm.
To loId poor woman wilh abuse,
1qo.t siee.ig that ourselves, produce
Thie ve'rI cils lth:itr ou bl. e.
'7til 'gaii-at her firm resistance strive,
And h.aiiiog struck iherpitigmeit.m nui-',
S'1'on it ler h ite i ,tireipti
'hatt tfum your-labor )ou deri 'e.
Of woman's weakness mitch afraid,
Ol')our r,,wn proie.;, still lou h,'.-':,
Like thie i .n child who n, ilOest : ;.h. t,
Then fears itihat be hlimt.elf h.i, ma.Ie
jei t loon)utt r S.I'nIa l.avc oi e ,embr.tc'd'
'r-,: tilnk presi mptJoud. ', t- filiJ,
i"he, sIihe \u'eI, d,.s Tli.'-s kind-
Whelin iedded, as Lucreti. ch'it c.
Io.'.' i'r fool inm.,t hR a1q0c0.'r,
s'lO e t,1'slly maulilit to as.ili p,-, a
T'li.ita. fi.; Ie br,-itli -, upon the b'lass,
The n grieves because it i'Q not clear.
Still withi tiij:ilt, ingratel.iI ft ''-,
You rn,'.t Lottli lI'.'rr and didai'i,
rThe irnmr as cruel youtt -.'raiii,
Thbe te'd.l.r' y"ou a ieak d, i;.le.
Tour i olish humn-ir none cin plc.,. ,
Since: judging al witilh equtai ptll,:'iu--
ne for h ir rigor itl c')iil m ni,
And on; niou cen-ur rfr tiicr ease.
W hat utoit ous gil's trri ist her >'-l.rn,
'llo cond.l your latir'g lo'e CeCngp'.e,
Ah iellt tgi-.,rous fn mpl, \..cit. 0.i ti jic,
Antd e.- '.ir une. e ,oitn scorn.
Butt ahile you show your pride or pot 'r,'
1ii li t i', r it p sIaioiis vatt,'i ot,0
tc'-4 4 ('.1 bk1 I t ant, lieeti, '. iI it'not,
.And leiC.es yo'u ill In happi hour.

FOR THE v11LL.\GE ..t.('OtD.
luian V Wrongs.

Tnr. peace i-ith the Cherobe-e.
an 173:1, itas succeed I by inaiiy
ears of tranquility. In 1753 a v-r
brioke out' beticeon -ice Indian,,
w'hi~h threaiteiK.d to imno>l1e the ;",l-
ony in that calamity., Tli' Cree-ks
quarrelled ivith the l'iuc'!.r'- 1'., r
permit tin- 5onte In(!;an-, to f.L-
thlrougi their trountly, t'iy..r -litn i
Spo'-, of makiiig air o;it them, .tin in
revenge killed -. tne 'hliei,,ke., ,.i
C'larlestown. Tl'hey .ili -. '- inr filed
other outiaes for uliich the l- 'ver-
nor of Catrolina dinand,.il saitisfarc-
tion, anid requeiteil a r'oil'irenc. ol,
their leading nmen, to be held :.I
Charlesto t n.--Thev accordtlit''ls
Cnie arnd the Goverinrr addl-- ,!
diiem in a conciliator) ,peeci, r.-
minding them ofu the outrages they
hialt conitted, anti pr'opaini tlo
net thie peace hith flit:in a'tid ilie
Cherokees. W'hen lie had finisheci,
Malatchliee the kini of the Li,,,ei
Creek nation stood forth, andi re-
plied with a solemnity and digniiil
of manner that astonished all pi -
sent. "You have sent I'fr us," -a,.ll
he, we are colnie to hli-ar uhat you
ttive to say. But I did not exNie',
to hearour vhuole nation abused !'inr
the faults of a few private nI_.n -
Our head men neither knew nor rip-
ptroied of tie mii-chief ditne. \1 !
imagined our youtiZ nme' lihad ,r.iie
A hunting as usual. \lhiin te tueharil
what had happened at Charlestoin,,
I knew youth would setnd and li-mnti
sati.;faction. When your acent coni.'
atd told mie ihat sati-lfittiolln Vit
nre' u red, I ownel the jiitfico' t, *'.
But it was not advisahlie for nim a-
loit,- to grant it. It twia prud'nt to
consult with our beloi'-'d iit't, and
have their advice in a niiiitler of sucli
importance. We mect-\\e found
tiat the behaliour of ttmte of n-lr
people had been had. W\e fo0mrid. i4.tl
bltiod had been spilt at your gates
We thought it ju'-t thlt '**tisf.a'i
should be made. e tnitjed outr
though;ts to find out the Lnitef perslit
concerned: tfor ait man will olme--
times employ uaiithei to coimmlit ,l
crime, which lie does not cli-.e t
be guilty of himself.) We found the
Acorn Whistler to be the chief con-
triver and promoter of the mniichief.
We agreed that lie was tlie i:tat lhat
ought to sufter. Some of his relat-
ition.s i ho are here present, then
epil he deserved death, and voted
}or il. Accordingly lie was put toi
de.ith. lHe was a verv e great warnri;i
anid lhad many friends ait relatio,'ji
in different parts of the country.-
-Ve thou ght 'it prudent to conceal for
some tune the true rearnn of IriS
death, which- was knoin only to
the head men that concerted it. W'e
did tl.is tfoir fear some of hi-, friends
in the heat of fury, would take re-
venge on s.ome of youtr tIraders. At
a ?eneial meeting all i,'t,,rs ite-c
explained. The rei',ni- of his deiitl
were made :kn,.iwn. llii relations
approved of all that wi done. Sial-
isfactiin bI)eirii nade, I -ay ino :a.ti
about that matter. I hope our friend-
ship ai ili'ce Englishl will coutinuei
4s heretofore.
"* As to thie injuries done to the
Chemrokeef;s,- tie' e sorry for theni.
We acknon led-;e ouryi'untg men do
many) things th'. otiughti not to dO,
-ind very often act like mnadmen.-
But it is weli known I and the oth-
br head warriors did ll we could to
oblige them to make restitution. I
" i- frouz town to ,own v'iltl Mmr.

!Bo-':.~u J i.l0 idl ni l, ta tuie, i to .,;ist aud -prevenrt va v, tii tne Fritl.:ii.
-. -r. M- .,: ,I f f h e T he ._.1 1e, i 1 .. .. ,i
ri .-. I. .c i. : ue i i **, .t r'-ed. defence, buit j.u. _'i .1 'l t' I ,
',1 I.',. tl!', aas over another acci- salel ho11011, under l1ie eacilrt of tlhe
.:it: ii ,:r:ne,! tiat created fresh a'rmny w icih 1 I L ILeeil iiii':dtl, aiil
trouble. A Clhickasai lho lietil which wa, ordered intiiheir t'rr: t0-
irn our nation, in a drunken fit, shoint ries.I They were hiii-ier detained
a tul ite iitn. I ki ew you woulti at a fort 'on the t'ruttilers as priisoi-
demnand satis.i'.rton i thouc:l t it ers, and liually itiatidered by the
be-t t, gi i it be-itre it was asked. soldiers, to revenge the death ol'an
'Thie ointi,-r was committed at a officer whuim on rrit uf these chief's,
. ,,,t e d.t.. ,ce f'itm' nie. I ti..in ed that had t0.-ri, et at liberty, decoy-
noy hior.e and ori:,i,:- throu.lt the ed from tlie fort and killed.
tou' us vithili v ur agi'!its. I tqok Ithe I shall i,,t enter into lie history
itad in,tii oit e'.-.rv to.in alion t;itl of the vwar that ensued. It mas"

(ie. V' e ert t, the place aw'l de--
ioa,.de.d satisfaction-ir itas given.
" he bl', 'l, .f1 tihe hI diant %as _lilt
hir la' I -_..,1 ii t a tif t.to itian. T he
tlit ju. ofl t"t in i'rdeil.r purchased
.i-lile, :11 I on ,t.n'ily killed him-
.',i ii hI -l e.- i. L'. have done.
I .jn ;alil toi .- s .e ,o1 l.,v:e tou face to
-eltti iitu-e iiliier-.. It ii good to
r. r. v. Ir, C t ,, ii licen- -hip. Ishall
a l'av. ic. 1.. i ,Il .t call v,., friends.
andl brothers."
'"1 t..ei ltiee thr r,'.tw iri i light on
[ li,. ii ,i\itiit'. .i policy, is no
i:,-a:in e:-ampj ol indid,,. eloquence,
Si- l. ,thei r pit ,.,t that a l'oi b a'-
; 'i,,l ,;l.ie:ie d ptll'y, wtiihtl
'a. *.' _i. tMtny oi thl e Indiani
\i rr '., .' ,.r hlirnry. I nc:-
i:t-L th.,r L .i .i t r ir'oi being tli t
ti.'I c'ritIr.ate aui,;rlogi-t( of the Ii.-
ii, :;r :.idifd l i I .' t here be indul-
ih U ii .,_ i'.i r .iI.. .s oi) tlhe_ ch ii a -
t o' f o' th-it u a'Il.i- '. \V'ieiri a Ii ib
i, t .. ittd 'hat it .ail cause of war.
it -cit. J t.'i chito he otllt intr'y i-'
tle ,''i ii n tiih, tli eil -'i:ie l ilrdit or i depiedaion anid
i r.' tl, ,,iu club .I' lthe tribe a;s a
,t' i ili'-r-], ,; i 'i ;i, i-e n:1";'
tii a si'.-.a'ii h l.'it r the io .leviou- tii-

i!,;(, \' i ..''\ i, v left l0 .
.I ilFiii Ip i '. i ; .',t. i, i C.h ni-
'ell follo e-d. iL' %.hiteit ven i-,.-
lW ,':-i t "fi 'ii r, iIeii ; t l di; ii
Jln ii aldi thel'i 1 I o loa bt ti.it
<:it1w irnr.rance occa.i'i'ted triaiy
Ata,.. nh it h intiAt i-t:idily lha e bepti
voidedl, 1\ A iN i i nIl it-:e ll dlito ,..-
tii' to ill i.hlie lei-ource- and i' joy-

.1 hie 3,1ri ,l s n F lli .ti,, o i.
hr0l1' '.1i6 ldive be-in I iind nh''es.;:ry-
tih Eiiope thIe arl'iili-, p.i. l)' tIn '
-ii ;tce i tihli pe'-.i II t al ,,I Ihe h ill -
ti,-li .! .t eri z'-. iftlhee a nini netn
l:ibnI r, hi .t ililitl:t s T e part t ofC I ta si-f
ci tli O d. i-,, !.i,0 o '( ) 'I a t er, iia
;.ti t-rla ed tli- cOiilu l. iie 't;:i toa itt .
t\er" ei -.liniiu e. Ainii ii thie i' I a. f
ono -cich i.. -i. l c \;', ,ind we see
'ial. in it al.d tili t 1 hideous-
les7.. Fer' mani is there an enemy
J l t i .I .I'riii. T he r intlie'ne.,s I
i.I t i. a.' i 1. t' -]': :; i itol r.
an i il rehr o i :i
ito z.li ilr 1 .. ni' 1 Uli

u.l i-,'l -,.-. T'J'L i .nlyv rc-olrt i:f!'t
ilie.: i .i .t or i t, 'ii and f-ir third lite-
;tl-': itkit.J1, p. -. p'ir d.T!. T hI.' ;iii-
ticipat c k s.I, ,'lS- li lew i 'el t t-
; d .d itJLapt :-Ct'olidiitl.y tlhe ir i'aiin er
01l hie. .:t 1 li .'iI deceit aniid C n-
iiili-i a re ths isv.d lite ii ',.itii on '
tlitHir t frt' lt'ire, thr l di..t lti. t iv
llieir i;in; of v. ar ai4 hon.ou,', th|,
.b ilen nce o f ,. l their iIid _-,.i
ereld. ThIL -s are accmi'idlat..l in
their l, inait oers-i uf, .it.,i the eit l a a d tE .dw t..i io n i: o it l :.
lalli ,. is., ,-, ilhe -.aline r;.e o" lie-
'bitiill a ld heliero'._ilt, httiti iavtis
.-o l.,t-ow rendrt-ed lhe i:,iorte, by
IllLki ; it ttie ,l: r' i. lof ilized ii.i-
indt lis nc l a ii .,aof oa ic.ruI..re,
tlihoui' lin b euo lit abo'ti bi ';leir .ita '

fo-t il out.i ; an d ; II. t i 11s d..-

and d ilt'het lif 'i t. id t c- it. lCI .C
T n'i a ii. U \it I:t 1 li, -! isa itiat' tt

SiidIous attacks, h.ti ilry I it'uu u -I
|nri r e.pit -? ii i.. ant ithe .itc ...In t
1iiio thallr b.-i.idii e tl b-i.t iern t nu 4-
Th .- C.. i-,rke e. i,-tre inleItely ien-
.a ied on the s-ide ,,' dieri !'. lish. i.
vltai iis tli id the ll d Fie.cih l ar,
(lid :ler f't' i l.lI;, 'i in the di rit'.le r.
expeilitii- Liw in-t Furt D|h(Ue I|..,
AIs thie I .,'i-s ,,n the fr.'iiti cS a 'il
% iil in othe lood.i, it %at cmmiiln-
both ['oir ti,.-L hito.; trid Cto: Indi [i-,
to catch tlh-n ii .il .,l ,, :,.|) iat> tlilln
0or" tileir o', pin pnu St,.. I return-
ing from inie of 'hlic-e expFiti.?n ,
thle Indiani. log|t Iiti v 1 7 l t.-' i r" ,,-
sesI i n le iiteii r i a t ;, ir.-o.i,
and laid hldlol f "-lici, curti ill
their \ ilay, never iin',.i i,,-r that th1ev
were pr- att irnper,. T he !'i.:lin-
ianlllS, ill Cad o0 co'II lailliifu. il :i--
kiiij iedr,'ew ieo edl- the hiljiri' b%
force,-i' f nins, andtl ki:leJ the utriiu
pectin.. w;i riwr-.. The -lllraeo i0:l1-
ed thlie fI'll i "thIe litd an- i,. \o\ h..
teiiiiined toi r'e iette thii; a.-t (t'
I I o rhervv.
'I lie Ylunm; warriors coiwinitte.i!

iRm th,..ir pi':o.'+t. Warlike preliara-
li,,hS vwar'e made at C, irlh-'noun,
and the Cher,',kees hearir, 1? lr in..
sent a dteutation of their cliel', to
hiallesti" n, to ,.\plain tre aB'air
.'*"' This man 1 *i I in,-ii i d.i w ,i'iiinn. (a h',l1'I
bliod) who i a;..|' .il..l,-.,:- I.)t5 le In-
di, t: Q ,o ,il. -, "

long and bloody, marked by i ani.)
changes of fortune, and by all those
cruelties wilh v, which Indian rnven.z,
when once let loo,.e, delidghts to glu
itself, and which the wtlites h1,lve
been too ready to imitate. It ended
as Indian wars have always eidedl
in the defeat of the tribe, and tilh
surrender of its land to the iaLites.
ri.id;, d.'-.': kick the milk pail ver.".
The happiest hours of my life,
ile. hours of infancy and youiib,
iu-re pa.-ed in the midst of tihe
lIi.-h hills which frown o-ver the
Wissahickon. The situation w.,at
Svry romantic. My father's trill,
(for I am the son of a miller,) stood
on the ed.t,- of the stream. The
waggon road which passed through
this secluded spot, separated it
fi-om his humble dwelling. In the
rear of the house, and almost against
it, wall,, rose a huge and rut'tied
iill, and opposite, on the other side
of the brawline stream,another ridge
cqfalit hitith ; from a -p iit'u on the
top .l' tli,,i l. p, t- and wliilesorin e
Stetill lo: Intin tater wasconduct-
1id ii.deir tihe bed oft the ciete-k t
tlhe %erv d.,Ir. I thiiik I can ;till
see all thlie pits of tile -cene,whicri
i a-.o endeared to mny heart by ti'
remembrance of tlh ifin',piite,. I el,-
Jitved anmidst tlicn. In June, when
(ihe stft and tetlder reign of spin -
had clothedi the hill- nith v':-rdure,
and yielded to the more vigoranu-
rule of early -.umiinme, the scene
t;Is clotlied ir all it, giiir'. fin
the edge of the strea'in m,-, .-preail
.1 soft carprl ol' tender grass, inter-
nIintl'gi-d i ilh flour ers, which owed
their beaiuti alone toI the hand ,,fi
nature, whiilei fiom thle lfoot of the
hills on both sides io.-,' sifiie above
sta :" to to their uliitn ts tle ,i.'i.iate-
IN a lite Spnttetd iili red cliutirt,
," fir.l'rr,'nt laurel bloi;s tin ihicht
,iifl' 11.d th inll -h6 \ ]l 3. t3l per-
i111i1 -o' ft' lli-- .ai ,i ltf i of be.,'tv.-
li-urr passed iny earliest hIturt-, free
1'roiu care, itri in i .tntCipt aliie soli-
tui.le. Thie ronotstnousit dit-lii, ,i
thlle -treain wihiclh Iell hard bv,thle
.lack of tlie mill, the crack of tlie
Ila li -l!i' u l hi tr-l',;ih lii ,.,itrle Ill
.and from tlhe mill, and :Ibveall thi.:.
-iemting of the Ieathereli inhabitants
of tilhe surr 'inn lii hill. ;l ,: -iil In-
nii eart to the ear' l nieiitoiry. Butt
there was one object rene'nibered
with tentderi', deai'r rintei-rest.-
It i'ts Mary the milk mail. Shil'
uai then a girl of fitteper, Iliely, in-
nocent and artl-s, ; tile lilly r;f the
lailet' could b ast if irt S uperiorit\-
Iien ct.iitipartid alith tie laii-incss o
h-iir skin, nor the wiild ;n.e liat
!Iijii lieCd i t iisubth*i d hi,\uii iL iCrice
around, with the r'oe ofrl'iaitth tlat
bloomed on her cheek. Without
possessing an inconniniin re-'tiiaiity
:,I feal.ures, Marn t .as ofiall thli
flowers* amidst a which she floiiri-heid,
bhet sill the faire-it floae-i" ; and
I.Ld iis better than thli, hlie ias a.'
:zioi ', s.ie iuas beautiifl. Smile
noti, ise reader, at rnv te -ci option.
,i iii ot,, nor aas not in love wit]h
Mai }e inas the nurse those
liet.k in1 infant ains have ol'ten ein-
circledl-on a ilose Ibioin iny little
;ri'i.-t were ,iftetn lhd-lued-in hosee
eye'- my .-rniles were rellectel, and
in h.li.o.,e h'e,lrt miy ijois ere fl-lt-
It 'i 1rt .sI-yd l .ii i ills i lah ki- e,
vati'lr ari iibn.irent ali t ?llo t- ofl ilhe
n <"--tirn breeze, i liii Ii sigitl alon-'.
tlI e I et, v air at -tinLe '-, tran-
ltiil ce.
Puor nMarv! she t'tws-aihe is ino
ii' ,,e an init.ibitant rf i thi t worldd
\il', i 1 a.. yet a stliool-blo .lhe
married a inain who knew niot half
it r excellence, w.o inerited the eln-
ji ,'inent of l, thanhat alf. A -hoit t
lime they lived happily: but that
i, 'ir'l ii" life," thl e bottle, ruined
hlii hli:i;baidJ. .Mary's lhealiti unk
berin il iih' weiglit of neglect, con-
ealed penury ant inward lief, ar--
ra,'l iii onto ard smiles, until, like
1i,., liiler which she resemnbled, she
drouuped iand died.
It is because slht loved nie, be-
CasP I dearly InIcd her and cher-
ish heri memory with 'n in,:elancholy
i.,lea.,.i.i, tli t I t'cotllect ntnie n(t
iter simple '-s. ii nz-,"-oneof thich
I have selected as Iniy limotto:---
' Brindle, don't kick the milk pail
iver,". site.u til It siitI Io a restless-
cow she used to milk, to whomn the
cautiottmn "as verry neceary'v, and
it Jii ptr[ihai. hli.ve bet-n tsiiil, hadl
-hlie und:i-r-to'd it ; but thou',ti sIm
may nut have plofited by t'e i,-
juinc. tioii,yet I tat e, and ot] ei's nay.

W tihelt I T.a-,e seen a f.i :.. i t'.i- 11:::.;3 t t:.o u t'unL.ty ,uc3h '.he
;Q i.!,.u'-h iW.e-" !i."t, and btu i N O i Wbel;ie d int r,, e:,.t, T:. ;-.3S only
'ii- btuid-n t ni a.ri i '.trn.r.i''s Jda) been utiaiie ti, ti-c-i ur.
in hIis lield., gatlerin'i, their rich Perhaps the .ho'e remarks till
firoduct ilito his~ntratim les and tatue- tbe siiftlient to .oii-'iace "t u 3!A.v-.t-
hiulse. in autunili and then O in- 'iitG" tlha t lio'.'' er itli'i'rtLiliatl' I
ter,. clothed in clouds and stnuins may have beIr in i my propotsiticn, lie
coite; on," iicte-ad of enjoying the has been still mi.tre'., i n nut pti..ei-
ihonest coitil'i t- ulf his ot n fireside, vine palpable iabiurditi.cs enibr:.ced
and cherishing and instructing a in "V WILLIAM'-" solution, in niita.
)tirni anlI pr'Omsintg family, se-.k- king the aordt! toro" in Lluid'r'
ing in thle bar-rouoi for Iplea- I.atin trai.la:tiioii of the Elet', to
sure, a am always ready to say, signify a 'gra.'e,' ahen AinsiWorlh
Friend, "don't kick the milk pall calls it a bed'-and in pioptnmis a
oter." stanza for disc;lcsion a- ainbiguous
When I see journeyman trades- or of grea.itcr oL .ciity, than the ne
man laboring with :' might and I had already proposed, conceriintg
main" tu'' arnd the end .of the week, the fol .ier ot 'hi. i. 'r. thierr- canl SC.t 11 i-
as I think tou arn solinething h.nd- ly be t"'.i. opinioitis.
sniie to carry to his family Ioii Sat- Thi. rncuci hbeinru saWd, I sh.dll
i.trda' ni.,ht, butt in reality., a. I find trouble the Rec.rd no furthe:- a.itii
alteit urtI-. that he inay fitlie arind ri-niatlks o't the Ek-Lev.
carouse wilt conmpanions liice him -'JOSEPHUS.
self on Stiidlav, set drunk oin" blue .-

Moinidv," be -ick and repentaiit on
' uesdlay, nril ,,o to work oir W ed-
nesdliv. fu11 of wise resO.lutions,
whilchi he % ill niot pr.'i ti-e, I cannot
help liinkiia,, "lIe kicks the milk
pail over."

Errti.CTED F t TI F iit ciDr.P.
ills %eri'uIs reflectir'ni on tiie direful f.-
t1.l: tS ot. 'ilad h. ..i' -ic t nlal, Lt t h
nrc se ci l'-ron-, i l-a t en iianLar riFr ,'t-
imc-.s tranieAn'l flame, cattld LOVE.
tif.fl soothing power, ihoc- s.ft encia:wr-
ing s! h
Ci-'itesE cir,.l'.t n nthe vc-'tll'l brci: '.
whose tci-rs flow smoo;ttl'y from the
he',,% et c.
At.l cau-,: srnsat.ions nriot to. ba- e-.pre.'d.
Offtprin.g of ir'ien.hil.I' Eden gave cthee
birn l,
'".,as threr that nmort-% fi.st ciiS. d
Buit th.'ral.-'! Q.9.ect seraph ofthe earth,
Thvy jcs ar,' mingled witali nhappiite.i.
.i- thine, O L-uvr. to rou.t'-e tIUe u'tl- i..Il
Frort selfi'hi pleastre,to d>scribelesspain,
'I.. i.iucj e: 'thi) blk.-- 't, :,iin trin.- -
B it -fftei (i.tom''d bitter Cup to drthi.
li-structitc t atrie ol'ft h'a tie risy cbL.ck
Be.:n roblb'd bh thee, ot Its eucihai.lth i
LIaoci :
'JIi t.alt -l.-u c.tt'dJ die 'i t antic sv..' n t.
seek c .
terl ise iln battle'k laurel civer'd onb.
Oi lith st tlioi; 't u r Ladc lie 3,ou l. al Lilip-
|ig brave
1 lie -',. ceiling wsaters ui the dark blue snea.
Andi chi ii nson.e sequeert'ed sputag ate
r 1. Iro t1 |ta tlilid oi aL nt.-tat .
' enli r i I'l-n., mL ', tIanol ruling pi ... r
Thy swaying power pray let me nevei-
feel ;,
NIe'er let thy throbbings in my b' c.non
When from sweet ** a smile I chance

o 'l T t '. ItICOBD.
So es blJ t\\e RflectoYr.
Ut rdceat iaserai, abeatc ortuna. superbis.
IP.n,..,r, .l,.,T,.?L l. | ,f l.f- O eCljilr..e t]l,.: (G ,-
l'-- lli inca, g.liia''' Lu til .., Fra,.. i,.
Place of a,.-i'iuatiu, for tlie
duet.--" It was a beaulttilLl suiiliine
evening, and the shadow uf llie so-
litary thorn-itreie was lergtiithennig
upJi tile hi-OLt green stalid oI tlie
narrow valley, which tias skirted by

the p,::ttelr'l hil.-. '.ir, Lvr t;e ,in:e.,
'i iit.Cr s, Lt t w ill I,li t hil.-. ru -l,'.
Vrll ilyl siyhaill Cntitti''., to deIC irov' e;,'c t
tl il.r''s fit''.?- tli.t 'u i .e' but art
tlrl'ii' i'aur[ i-t ir,' I'" i 1 c0 ,l -e t oi
nature, to ina:e i ;;i ti acl count'
tt llhe clo'-.' it i iae v.
brothers, -siters, I '.tt r: .i at !:.ac
tended t', rn' ,n.il,-,t t(;hit hae
tra el!efi fo'r :t?, tl ii'ds, t .. I:.,, c:'n'l
'e like a piece 4-' ;ili- t i .;i i cL. ca t >
.\nd is this the '.,";.' ye t..l: to irIakt
them chiltnie-s, rtntni hbroithei ls, :an;t
firindles ? li- on iits al. il fi.1tt
ih :ir he tiat in i i I.s lite lar tirst '
Think on't bairns- I'm a puir marn ;
but in'm n nauld i t tl.O, ;i:d thv.i.'
In, ilpoerty takes anta' irde tle.
t eight u,' iy counsel, gra-! hairs and
f. ti thfilt'' e:a t sli.Iulid adh! it tuwieiN
tite--- G.ti'l,_n. It .,a-., ,.tatrg iarue like
glide lad--tie Freiinrit till be ower
to linrry 11s itne i.'tliae dst,, and
_'1 h. inh ,liill areu;. alrld I"ll''
be build Edie i% iil hi-pie out i"imsel ,
if lire call .ef a teildike to la lhip
g tn otner, :ai-d nt.' li e to tell iuu
tbilk o''e doe, the best, ithert
there's a good catue afi re ye."
There tia; s, iiIet',:;!g it1 th: e ;in-
daunted and iindepIild int n.antler-,
and inanly, rude eloqItlence of the
old man, that had i'-. .li'.-Ct upoi the
party. and piarticti iriv L pon thie
seconds uhose pride \ais uninter-
ested in blii ilitrt the iliif'tie to ai
blo-'wdy arbitrimrieni, and v. l,,i, tihe
contrary, Pagerly ialcltd ffor an
opportunity to recom: eand cotil i-:

The copy, 'which follow.', of a letter
ironic an Indaimt chi-f, to the su-
perinterid.nt of Tidiaii .,ffairs, is
a curious., and intetlein, ,-c di ue
tion. It is handed for ltablication-
by one who knew thie parties.
"Tiscarorta Village March S I S03.
Mn. i.i AiNGERn,
Wr tiChiels mist inin., rin you
av you are Superiitcrnidatl, that bh
tlhili happCta in oi'r Iratt.r, liast b-ar-
uitld-iy, tfe cery soit'0', i,e hope 0you
will not be ti 1sry it ih us aIuu't it,
th,.i-i y(u knoi trithli aboru it, i-1Ct
William belong Odula N:ati,,n, Very
bad n,an, he kill one it ife ir Onitla,
lie then ran attay, cone an'1 rl.r Ils
take wt ife in our nation, he yet drulk,
veiy often, beat hisia ife % t rIuc i,
titiuy tilni 5 mist Lill her, fie ol-le
;,i^ h ti-ould kill tjiine Oo ,- f'erwile,
l.'t -.iturmlat he c lic hiime druti'n
lie try kill hiti sini a t, [ Cilei
life ife loni t .in t l'- f i i-, -i blikfe
it ; Min to hbu-i ulert i-s Muther
and Children nitLp -ttxar; toji
,1. illm. fol lin foM ue I., CaLip
all runti into ltuish, bitt tine '-.ung namr
brother to Wni. iife, lie had cnie'
t;omri Grand river to i i,% ( i' would
not run, lie think \\ n,. :i,d Gun,
mo.,t dark, he think lie hear tiu, sran.

e ithe ,'oou.i that clusd aouund tI- Vdiiarn trtanil behind tre, lie iler
T.r. -rn, vII.in, A ub...n. LtS l. Ruth.", ot at Win. tith sa shot--\V,.
y conimmuicatioi, publiied Din.AM.TI PrSN.E.' 'thin go away lie lay all niiihiin cul(!
the record some time since, re- Lovel (ithe party challenged. .tnd Next morning ha, f.".tnd dewl, may
pec atin i. ,. line in Gray's E egv, Liet t. T al', il,i Teco,.(l,li th,. te I'ruze m ,Je.l thtian uhich I considered o -tremirely ob- ,ureoun, cume tiat upon the groulnt him, we do not knou ; Monday we.
hure appears to et with e they find old Ochiltree, andi buried him. The 5ung mnn tdat
1so.e atntntin, but hat not yet, I tid-e se ral attempts to get hIli. kl ill iroIne Grat.l rher, ve |u, pe
-onceite been satisfacto.ilyvasi:er- aav itihout sultess. Vyu ill adsise that is ri-.t, w.
Ted. .L 's" p Then Capt. A lcntre end knife broke, you may r e,e it.
-pecios, is far flron con incini :- (part. ,u.Iave the challe ge) il, e Irupe ,.t u ill ,t t tliinkn,ut, .-i
a., if a:,.i ittedl, it in rlves the con- ll,. Lelev, his second. -i, "lr thoie- nation morn_-, te lc,,
-hieration tf the incmliectnles- Ui t o Ir natiol uill not be blane. \W\(
the sentiment express-d by the Po- The parties now approached, mean to keep Sab'I.ith ;utl le,.r
eo. F.'r eierv one inutt be sensible and saluted nlill thie ste.n ciility Ga-"".:, anti try t' p.. rsuade iall our
how very il.rpt'fect mould be the luici tehtted the uccasion. W\ht nation not ditunk ltskey, In sin
lhiatorv i himself, which a king or has this old fellow to do here r' sa.l iny our people et d k,i Amil
a ruler t,%uld .iLe able to trad, ti the McjIntIre. you send lete- by vtunng *!:].a bi;r1-
eyes of'" Ihs sulij.cts. Pmuer, ii ev- C Iu anant auld fellow's ait Edi'e, l li" ltnd t:11l then' y. c'crine sep.--
e;y age and nation, ia-, alone been 'but I amT alo an atild -soldier o' We ant to see you here cutr fire
,suficint to proore flatterers. And v,,,.ar fithn.i's, for l served li' hiiii, in place, we senud l ur a l I e t,. 1.t u.:'
tlie tyr:minical jov'ereit is a, Ire- the 4- d.'
(iqently ieceited with the acclania- **.Serve where you please, you ..IAn.i'D.
tory aippl:tuse tf ile populace, as one hatn no title to int rude on I,' said In Verona, Oneida c, tti v, N. v:
wtho i.s accustitncl tuo tittenstt bhl-.- Niclntyre, or'-and he listed hi *l n tlem 9th ,,It. by the Rfi-. F.;ja
inrt4 to ihis petlle-eittlier chairac- cane, in terrorein, thliougil itlhoul Stebbiis, iMr. Datiel Bul:., ,: Au-
ter, therefore, judtling Ihr'in this cir- the idea of touchin' thie t.ld nman.- t rta, aedtL i ,, I,-i Mia.. El|z,.betf-
.:iiin ta;,nc>e al..nt, i,, ii' ht be le.d tu Ht OJchiltree'a c u,,'ra e ua-. rou-t dl M iltoon, of the f,:rr' ,:- pliri., ",i,-,'
infer that thet ;pprobation, of ithe ftu- by ithe iusult. HIau-l dowl n your, 1 Vyears. TIn, byrsthiers, the oldest
lire I|-to.rian iaNs equally sure, and sAitch, captain Mc:ntyre I arn ar, IS, the other 15, mar .i', mother
tilat he U.nl nruiA in it, 'L. le ft'rotii tie aldd suldiel, as I said afore, and andl daughlt:-r-thie ,;' r 'h, i
juli (a.in ofl' pte-teiitv. But elxpe- 1l11 take muckle Irne voul father's da.u.Jiter i.-UTiiia P F.kiot.
'rieLce dilis not justity this conclu- son, but no a touch o' the wand --
-.in, an l certainly i;eason can not ljIile my 1iike-staf' will liaud tl.e. ["""re ':1 a. tr'l
sancti-n it. Henct e ti ,al'.pt the ex- 'itiher.' h.re I .- ti;,
planation of \ ILLI, A" is to im- w\Veill, well, I" as wr,,n -I Tu arind 15 .ntJni. an.1,
peach the ditcerrnentel of thle iPoet, wtas wrong,' said MTIIntyre, 'here's comi- a ..irt ..1.o w ..... il. .ll,,i .
ihiclh I am i ll no ri-i. pre parvd to a ci inn f'or 'ou-tr'ti ir waisr ths t ort.. lri]t ',!i' ..i.j -..i ',Ciw n ti.tI.ai,.'
ilo, as w.' as ti.her' objections iciih i what' tche matter riowi' ? th',' grec' .t ni a, ur l. ,,il ,
(1t1t7tt round-c- iL tttii a wlli\an 'as to be
decidedly against it. No I do not The old man drew himself up l.ro rl I i
conceive tliat :ny tlniiu, in the stin- to lie full advantage of his, uncom- the ecc.il, I,.. t: .. I ., ,ccd to.
7a in qu'.'-tlioni, licli iilnplies. that nonu heiliht, and, in de polite of his nakeie c er nii h r.. .. rk.
those who "read their history in a dress, which indeed hadt more of -'--
nation'< eyes," are either kin.-, otr the pilagrin than tihe ordlinarv bep'-- cliNE.SE PHiL.osep.y.
inen in power. Thie author indeed, gar, looked fromn li-eiht,iiarier,,aidl A Manlnarin, who was p'rrni tl '
does not 'eenm to allude to this de- emphasis of voice and gesture, ra- appearino- with a number ofrjewels
acriptitn of )pertois-t-'2raltt e+en tier like a grey palmer, or eremite to eerv p:iat (if his rob-, '.'as once
thiliathe hies atid lora inoinent adrmiit pri.,:,,.her, tlie ghoslv councs-.llr of accoatus- by .an old botze, lto, I(*l.
**\ .I.IA.:.''" construction ; is it hot the youli men holi) were arnm id lowed lhimn through several Milect-
rea4onable to suppose that gratitude hinr, 'than the object of their charity. and bowing often to the t .itnid,
ti. soine word of the like impurtt, Hi- -peecil, ind.,-d, was a-, liorne 'y tharniki-i him for hisjewe!s.. -
would have been preferred to lhsto- as hi.. Ihabit, but asbold and uncere- do voui mean?" said the mn.tildarint ;
ry ?-if on no otheraccount at leit monioni; as his erect arid dit-nifedl "for I have not given you -any a'of
for thep :ike of coti rectnetu--arnl if deiineanour.-'IWhat are ve como my jewels." "N.," replied th
prefeiahble, wou!d (the author liate here fort' he said, :ildre-stig s hi, bonze,; "but you !ate let me look
hesitated to liate made thlie altera- self o l the surprised auidierice ;' areiat them, and tltnt is as rnuch as yo
tion ?-So, all things r.considerei, ye coine aniongst the oii,,t lovely cnr do youi .-lf; so tl'-re i. :.o d
notling can be imorni clear, than works of Gr.d tro biea k I,is ais?-- ft'rene' bette-, n us, except t]'- Y~og
tlat tile eaninniitro the pastagc has Have ye left the It-rks of mian, the ihav thIe trouble of uan'li ,. th"in
not yet bjen expl,.ioc*dby .thle ahbe houses and the cities that aite but an t:itployment I do not fi;'Lr an.:
mentioned correipoindenrt : It is ob- clay an4 duet, like those that built Ihave no't.? a

'Wh.:n I se'0 a Tmechanic or a tia-
'der, *i',i;ig etc rrY hio-i t mi e:at' to
amass welll, .'nid wlihen lie find's
hisi bui-ineric prt'jper, and iiealth
flow into Ilii .:,l ;nrs, as fast as lie
can reasonably e.:pect, then set
about buihling a fine house, buying
-xpe,,;ive furniture, iiing iand re--
ceiviltng matny invitations to parties
of pleasure, anld intulgiing himself
in ihe enjuytent olf expensive
amu.eiients,i.,-ing hlis liame and nie-
glecrinig hi; btuiiiies, I think, lie
;. kick'ric the inilk-p.iil river."
whid, -I -- ? a nie':lir nic, instead
of steadily pursuing the hisine s to
hilici he was bred, neglecting it,
and :i,.i;uri i tii self in ende:i .irini
to find some quicker mode of ma-
king a fortune, by the intention of
-rnMe t'w andi ,ndle'r-i nrking nia-
clhine-" Perp. tual motion," for in-
stance-I think, society may per-
chance be benrefitted by thy l.1b.is,
but tlhnu ai t likely to kick thy own
milk pail over."
WhenlI c'e parents n;la'ly enforc-
iiig by ti .'cepts the iii tues uf i'indus-
try, economy a ind ur0o housekeep-
ing, and the lIcu-t' ol' rli-'Iion ri nd
inil alit", vY lile their i a \.,i ple- in
culcate the reverse-I think-
Friends, you are "kicking your chil-
dreli'i' milk pail. over." ,.
Above all, hen I see a govern-
ment cultivating peace ,ithits n'icih-
bt ii ci,' nlcrI ImlI t,a -l'.,r ..l'.aitr '.t -li I htir
lie fitiw- a i t- it.itroni7ii- l1 nitin,,
rescuing merit from obir bi'i and
giving confidence to the practice of
j,"1:nit.l' virtmi ii l ',t| tt)r i sl'i' ,a it in
publi:-thiink- 1,'Thai'-, a fine pail
O' nl 1ik steC.tdy boys-mind Mary's
:.dninition, .n d ''" i 1,'t kick it