The union, United States gazette and true American
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Title: The union, United States gazette and true American
Portion of title: Union
United States gazette and true American
United States gazette, the Union and true American
Physical Description: 10 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 55 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Watts, James, G
Publisher: Bronson & Smith
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: March 6, 1819
Publication Date: 1818-1823
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Micro Photo Div., Bell & Howell Co.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Whole no. v. 53, no. 6822 (Mar. 9, 1818)-whole no. v. 62, no. 8436 (Mar. 31, 1823) = New ser., v. 1, no. 1-n.s., v. 10, no. 1608.
General Note: Publishers: Bronson & Smith, Mar. 9, 1818-Feb. 5, 1819; E. Bronson, Feb. 6-Mar. 29, 1819; William Henry Sanford, <Mar. 29-Oct. 2, 1820>; James G. Watts & Co., Oct. 3, 1820-Mar. 31, 1823.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Related Items: Union, United States gazette, and true American for the country
Preceded by: True American (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1817)
Preceded by: United States' gazette (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1804 : Daily)
Succeeded by: United States gazette (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1823 : Daily)

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;'s frien' d. ,, l 4 4 ., '', ,' 1 has on4
hand a la;),er a3orln'itm;t tof
1 .44 hS I ..41 ll CLot4Na4f,
M ..de up in .' . t., t. 'l'ravell w .. .. -
c4a 1 are ., ...' ', i)hat tht4 cann t ,, 1 ,

find every article of appairl 4me
S. 1,,,' ,',' .4nly says to his fr'ieno ds 1thli
he is '* n-'' i.' has al;enf ed tor ma4tiy
y 'S *"' ,i, ', .- a stree~.. otl ha a
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Mt.1tlens' Lm.il. -.oi'.otey Office

,'.'fi ;l.! V..7,'D ST/'TE LO 'i'.'!V.
The r.,11. .;. Prizes in this Lottery were all
"-.i1 at Aliens' Lucky Office.
No. 357, highest prize S20,0,44,|
113 a prize of 50001
111305 do. 500ooo
122 do. 1000o
145 do. 1000

Le 'tes from the if'tisl -3. ,,.~:1 .Iit in Peo nsylvanlia.
To which are added, the Constitution of the '' .1 .. and of Pennsylvania; and Extracts
from Laws respecting Aliens and NaLuraliz-.1 C .
3By C. HJ .i,., ,AM. D.
With a map showing the sioation othlie Sattlement.
.:l'so jus: iu'eie.'red,
The Adventure -. 'ncle Saiu ii seacrth after his lost Honour
Member of the Legion of HIonour-Scratci ehtary to Uncle Sam, and Privy Counsellor tohimrself.
MAarch 3--(16t

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0'70tif). 31(01044 4 '
S.84 do. 1000' \'AV.'N (n 141- Uehrews, 4 vois. folio,
1018 do. 11000 4 Arcihishtup Seeker's 1%i.j
1 12.8 do. 1010 ~ 44041-4Al I4" i '44..
11311) do. P,00 oii' I,.h
1144 (to. PI14().. I 1").4'- s

By 4a comparison 41k the foregloing list1 of (' anpbL1%tils1044' k'
i14'p4'. I.h4 fi'e:44)4'L.ucky Offtice1, N'0-.:-.-', '.'- -1.-4. ,iii '
hem.', it w~ill be secil tha4t 0,4,''.
p 4' 40( I )'4elter 4t1140441t"I) 1 4,4~ I ~41 a

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. .'ar 'i he Lctre th. Catechism,
1.411 r" ,fCtt4'lie '4 t.

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NEW I, o- BO_ K.
Al M. THO ASiI ?
Johnsoll's HIead-52 .l'h. _-44,, ri. r Sd street,

of cases j -.1 I'.l determined in the
Circuit i'.,.'t .;f he C I,' .I States,
from the first Circuit.
Containing the cases determined in the Dis (
tricts of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and
Rhode Island, in lthe years 1816,17, and 18.
550 cents .',, ---(S'. bound.
Ga.ilisou's i.;.-pirts
of cases in tie same Court, of an earlier date
Sergeant and Rawle's R1lo'ts
Johnson's Vl. ri. 1.. .-- &c.
Binne\'s Reports, with a variety of
Other Law Books.
March 1 eod4t

!T H ". ''ir ,"1. r.;.,iJn, L.:,...veen Stephen
'A"r, ....I h /.t i.i, ... under
the firm 1 -11i i i.,-ili Ii' lDruggists,
being this day dissolved by nmuual consent;
all persons having demands .:.... ;.[
firm, will present their accoee i : i -.-',: .
ald t1 oset indebted will makc payment untn
Sleplhen North, who is dul) authorized to s;t-
tie said concern.

STEPHEN NORTH informs his friends and
the piubhck init general, that he has purchased
all the stock in trade of the late fim of North
and Rogers, and intends carrying oni the Drug
business, in the same stand, No. 14, Nortli
Second street. Orders forll any amount of [I.j-
S .- p .. 0 'i .I..cuted, ,i|. ihe usual
t. ,.' .. 1 I I .- attention 1 1 'e paid to
10 .i.,, I ..' retail ctisLomers.
Feb 6-snitSeolf

No. 7, PlA It S it'ET,
F,.r \ ,.,uth of it, z, ,,.'.ci .

I .I '. llara.s', '4Ui4'1. 4444 ,~. r o ~ 11 an -71 .(Who wigh to corn
4 .'''',,144"46..... ~ t,'~l .li~I'Shjr .l'.. ,.'antilc part of heir Education)
te. ...... '5 4 '' .44444. .... 4441 .1 wil41)4
'I, 4... 'u 4 j. 0. ...., ...44.. 4

. 4. ', t.' ici 1 ](! b id' a -I i 1p c I s,t
*i ,I i ,1 to 37 celits.
Marlch --tulhsit

Ia ant tt any uL c e umu;- t. v ii mtitii- t .
ed that -I' L'( ; '
No. :'" 100,000 Dollars B V
15836 50.000 dollars "- r P' A r" -r.< v
S31 50,000 Dollars a ", I. .... J 1 '..I t "
TT:.,4l.r-t i"s ". s in the late lotteries, were three doors above .' ,li.
S.,r i,. ...urce,. -. 1 t1 10 A ... three doors above .
cr' All tckets examined -. t1; .. Wil;tE CAN Bli HAD,
(0L Cash advanced for Prices. :1'. 111 l il*l pi
March 4-di i -'s A' Iph

6_ uOn Fridulay next .
1 SHALL receive lhe 3d d4ys Drawing of the ItO 1 t9.
Union Canal Lottery at nistoii. There sill "7 "' !1'. II, besides the1 Names, Publick Irnsutitions, and an Almanack, contains a great va-
reimain in the wheel tlhe follow ing Grand Pri- 4 f nr11 .. ...... 'mi0ation. Price 1 50, p ayab'eon ....
zes.- (j" '- L'l i ". I I i Nnd others are iitrfor'1.edil, that. the, )ireclory will be distributed as
1 prize of I. ,,',, ,, 1 prize of 3."' ,i .... p.. .ik,. .,l ii,. ,.. who w4ish to obtai,4 it caimldia 'e cl44, by, applying at the Book-
1 do -. .,' IJ 1 do1 500 i, .i ,h. ,. .... .. 1 ,.,Intlemen, where Dirnctories have been depoi td, by, the editor,
1 do 1U,00.U0 1 do 501) I for the convenience of the public.
I do 5,900 1 ilo 500 .O11\IN RICIIARDSON, 2414, t.,li street -E. & R. PARKEI.R, 178, High street--WILLIAM
1 d(o 1,..00 1 do 50d W. i'" 'TE"', 66, Chestnut strcet-CALE B k.lt.ARD1i.SON, 8, North Third street--IS.AC
I do 1,0)00 1 do 500 '1 l: ," 11. *1; .1 s.reet--COLLINS & C .O, 7', ;73, ligh slreE. tB-- ''.iINAD' 1 I)O N,
1 do) 1,0 0 1 do. 5010 .m ., I.-, \' I,...' .1.1I Thild streets--SA.MU.L II ANSE, 170, South Second st-'i-Tlu.AS
1 d(o 1,000 1 do 500 S- MANNING, 13, South Sixlth street-P. M LAI'OURiCADEI N W corner Race and Second
1 do 1,000 1 do 500 sIreets-IUOSEPil 1.RAK.'STRAW, 25fi, North Thiird above Callowhill- 1OSIA11 SItlNIN, 368,
1 do ],000 1 do 500 North Second, above Greel.5--and at the Hanging Paper Warehouse of D. VW. FARRANI),
1 do 1,000 1 do 500 140, Chestnut, above Sixth street. Feb 16--eudtl'
1 do 1,0(0 1 do 500
1 do 1,6000 1 do 300 F'tliite E' ii':h(!iOtl. ;]alitable '-.I,*( BooIks.
1 do 1,0(0 It 5 A M i4;lI .(. ('(.\'1--. I1UNTE't'S A I itL; > BiOGIRAPIHY

I L0 1,00 1 do 500 P IItH subscriberI plopos comn4liencilng on Or (islorv of'tlhe Patriarchs,
1 do 500 1 do 500 the 15t, of 'd ni ( e, his 4 V o. ce
j ,(1 0( 1 4 1 4 ,5 0 () r o o r n s( 4 1 4),,,s r 4 4 4 44... ,1 41 -' ,1 s.- 'i n 0 S,!, ,
20 of 200 and 30 .of t 00 each, all remaili. ng ;. l tm', sulltwe ;tt corner ,) an t 1 t 4 -, te ,, ,. 'y )4 Sub'.,ril r, who" '
in the wheel at this time, s4 t <',i w s i" ,' r i' oha iI" l il, I 41 '' .. .4. ,'.4 d.ion or 4/4' )
Persons wl4 1 ) e 1 ,1pi) li, d wih f 'w tlick- c t .' .. ... ..... .... c11 History ':'of the .Jewi ',,,h 1 7a vols. 12 io.
els, by 1. o,.r ic. fori them until the 40 Utlit 1 !a,45 1. .,. j '.* ,.i.., ~U 'I he o 0r", of liannah .1 ore, second Eldition,
of M a cl 4 4 i will be a regular l b k er cclc 1 efu l .... ... "-1 I"'l '. bao "' *o .' ". '2vo.
keClp and all i)nfoiinnaion 4iven gi'rais. Present review o" l ieh stu 4s s lltles. 'e i I' T 1anslation /'lThucydi( lhis .f )o!
price of tickets .' I .... bu will soon advance il ments, lhe will pro' ceed to (G'cograplp/, N!..,,. the ,eopo,, i' i W.ar; lthe first Amc.ric.n Edi-
pc,, I .1 I44 "V 1 "'" "' ittio n in i .2 V s ,t8 .w i
t r Trh .1i,- N .... A,,l l ...l.. lin ... i i i ,,,. -- 111; 1AS II A TE. LV PUillJS lI-: ),
M1[. 1L+. "[] IIl'' ". Lectures on tile last three ..... .. lJemoir~ s f the .)tile ] of ,, l/y, 5 vols, Sv,.
No. 31, Church Alley. nlied with an exilbltion bof the most .., I.. .-. :, ,
March 4--d3t atle experiments, will be delivered to II,. i ,,i, "' .i ,'em.irs of the Cardinal de Rets,3 vo!s. 3vo
twice, a week, in an ., I 1.:,.1' "il..1 I' f r tl he ,,
pu pose lHume's aI.nd Dr. Camnpbell's utswer to
W O O D FO SA LE" I t oll e. ,1 ..., '..'.. 1. .. '.1 1. 1, I,,' .... ,,; 4 c 'is y, a vos. avo.
AV1-Dtlked,,of,,II,. 4.4 I,, 444 ,,
"T5E s)ubscri,1er ofi'ers fo4r sale at his Wood reasonable expense shall be spared in furnisho 4 AND) IS AGCNT !FOR
S Yrd, tihe corner of Ninth of W ahlnt ing the necessary c' ,.. i .n ,1 :"....1 ., 441. !. 1. I I, ,e 1d, 1 4 ,.h, .... e/vi'e S' r an.
s 1tre',, seven hundred Cords of' PRI.IE OAK, I .", ,,' well .. in I, ,-., i,. .. l ....... .. e *view,45 per an.
a4id ., quanlity ofthe best 1 INI W Ool). ,ii 1 .i1,. 1maps, and evey otihe,- ,1 .- ,, ''The.London Q r4' /y R'V ieiw. C ,' ." ,..in1n
Tie t .i .4,h ,' ha, t cTntr 0t ed w'ith Mir, ar, iele, I. i 4 c ch fIll,.. i ,11 1,--' I The l .,o n/h ,. ,r-,'-nat ...' 44d
'[l herl wlio is a ..!.i.., i .nrtiel Wvch will at- plied with 'l1,. it elee tary systems, i th o 1 ).4"44, 56 1- iulitl4i,
t(.d his oortlm .1 ., i .,, 5,bu,,.I.. .. .. t. in order to 1, ,.i ,i. their ., i"-., ., i 'aorta m ri n u a /evie. per ann tilm .
i om B o'clock A M till da '. i.. .. p. Ierf'ect their h ... .. I. as ,.... .. .... 1,W1iW I 'i
op i lned on Tu ;sltday the 5th inst. at 8 o'clock, ,, i .. ... .. a d .i ..i '. | i I of 'the .-*
A. M. ,,, .-, ll have ...... ., (f i- Corner of l"ourthl and 1 .ibrary streets,
O.eX a I eiei ;1 ; r i 0.i .' ** I.L.1 Ia -1 1. I..-,'.. *: ..,, v all t'e A ,w Publ ications may )1v ob-
Jan 4 6- 4Wfm f ,, '' -I.,i tailned as s',oni as publishi1'd,
lh IIrs ,I' ., ,, l ,, rom 9 to 12 .. ,' S 25- d
A.M ..- 1 .,'quarter. \li i .1, -
t l* '' 4 to be m a -de at I I .1 ''.... ..i 'th' ... ,
N om I 1,.:., I :. a.. e' ..,. r i' 'in f i,.. p *
7 1 creditors of the 1,,1.,'-,;... ,..',1 tal ke l month at tlhc rooms.
S4c. L., t Alit h t a1' s .1 i 1, *1 .1 i,,- .id .es l i P .-. O N S A nnual I .'ll ,I, Il-ii I
o4f 4tile 4) 4 (. r uuIt r 4t' 4 il0 C rityi 4 1.t 1 i.),' ,
tf ;,,i li ... r h1 thbei(fit (, .h. ... ,I N f. Th4 afternoon of the dayl I, .. 2,-,, 3 i. i I .
a .. .. 'of insolvent debtors, .nd itbat o'clock, will, a4s heirotofborre, i.. !', l.' 1 f I [ .', ir'
S 41 i 41 ,i 11'n t have ,.. ..,,, I ,, th .. 1 i 'i.. .1. ; 1. I i, ..... 1 1 c,

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'Twente four ,iles lan4 carriage, Va
Stolen 'Sland. (and ,G'ew BrWtnswick.
TpiHE steamboat ,.., .. of .i,, ,, ,. ,-. con,
A. netted witl the ,'...t '' :. ;, I.nes ontsta.
ges, will leave Philad. p,,~ 4.. Ni, w Yt ,. !. 'ihe
first wharf above Market st. every .I ) i, ..
days exctpted) at 2 ,'clock, P. M. [..-.-. .,c ri
will lodge at New Brtinswick, a,.l i d:-.: th
s.ai boat Olive Ir. ncht ad will ari e at N',
York next morning, a; 10 o'clock.
I .. i 1l... t h, 1, .... i. i ;:,. 5 S0
L.. L! tr ... it [,; p j .,., :a 400
This is a speed a4nd certainly ihe most con.
venient and pleas.int route, as passengers will
leave Philadelphia after the banks open. and
arrive i New York before the hours of busi.
ness, without ,' ..,. the land r ;:c b .
much less, than by any route, between the two
For seael apply at the office, No. 41, South
Third s.ren.t, orat Judd's Hotel, No. 17, 'i....,'h
Third street.
All goods and baggage at the rl-; 3, im',e
John Gulivl Sons.
March 5-dtf

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POST ('A(C 'L,
By way of New Castle ai d,: I'.i .-i, .
il t ll i .' .1" ..i' :.u ;.4

Connected by Post (' ...'l,,_ ,, f,,';

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precise y, I 1' .. .,ll -. i ._- 4 1 .i, r'

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"Il i -'. 4_ '' 1 1. I ,i i .1i '. *1
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sever 4l uropc i .. .. .1 i .. '. > ,
ricanl C4m rts, 444... .. e, .. ,, Togeher e''dS, 5i3t ', *.-.
with improvements in business-hand writing, 'D c 1- dt 1.-. "'. .. ,i , ,.
calculated ato couvert an ileg'ible scrawl into a.
beautifitul curr'n'. business hand, in a short time.
Termin per quarter,
From 5 to 10 dollars, according to what is
wanted, and shall be agreed for.
N B. ( ro'wn persons whose avocations will
not pern l them to enter lor regular quarterly .
s dies, may receive' l'sson'.s on the premises, _-', -
when most convenicnlt to themnselves-" -_

March 1- n-ml 101 Principal. ._
~ V rHILJIDELPHl]^ ^-S. ->""ifORS
11AN AW AY, sIeA oot and Pot ..,,
1, 1 i l li.he subscriber, on tile 22d inst. two ., '" *
ai appi ntlice boys to 'h, b[ ot an1 d shoeina. S ., .. 1 ... i .- -
kin4 bi'-sines, one namri4d JOHN M'LEIR, alout 4 4 O '. ,, ,". .,,
20 ca'rs of ag1c, 5 te4t 9 inches high; had on a 4 V 4 Way.. O
blue cloth coaIl., and blue pantaloons, new shoes, New arrangeme c0"lombing expedition and
\hite striped waistcoal; is of a dark complex. ir' convenience.
ion anild slner make.--t'he other named JAM ES '" ilt Eagle, aptl.in- Campholl; New Jersey,
C. Itl. ,lNi.;iTwiil probably 0ciange his name to 1 A ptain W tn Superiour, capt Mi.
JAMES ;CAM l'i.., ete' 19 and 2 yW s nor; 4es4ii,, r apt'inl lurn.s, coini:cted by eel.
e 1d yeslent St4a'es 4nd0( C;ies,era good tur-
,. a4ge, about M4 o fee 7 inches bli.hI, slender make, Pied r0a d C.i-es, ever good ttrc-
slmoo'tth fat.ce, uaid dark compliexion; had on a pe leavehe wha bead
supeifine blue coiat, with a silk velvet collar, 4k4e s at wi4l leave phe 1st vharfyabove Mar.
while waistcoat, blue paot:4lno)lns; took with n10 s t, i4la-4'l"plia, every day at 12 o'clk
a p1ir of' new hoots, wh ,i li1e offered for sale. V10 passengers wil he forwarded with all pos-
1lhy took wiih them a variety of tools and si1hIile d1spa 'c'. by way of 'Vii.glingon a4ld li;ik-
I i1. i..;, bclongiing to ullir lC ilo' \ apprn'1ices to4 4, and arrive in Ba'thni ore early next mor' .
and the1 purnTnen, .rt4 i e shop. TW 1 ENTY' ing i, ltime for the Suoutlern or Western Sta.
D ) .( A A i' s lt ,l \ < A ) ) w i th a l l r e a s~ o l b l e i t 'e s .
chalri'g alle o .l t'l t I or 1 pp:'e) i e io0 and Another boat wil leave p"...' I: 's ,14, i. BRaI'.
resio'ration oI f t). runlawais, or f'or lodgiig im'iore, every *- at 5 o'clock. The pas-
themn in any jail, and giving notice therof to ,stngers will be to'.'rwIarded without delay, and
their ma e Dllars fr eer of em arrive in Phladliphia early next morning, irt
All masters vessel. ad' oler osois, ar el time F'or the New Yok SrLam 13ats.
strlly sor". dden toI carbon or succoti said 'l'lere areI two Post Chaises running daily
u4i4awy' at id eir peril. each way, and otilers are i ., 'T, hose
All p lrsons are cautioned against trusttin o" ppersuns irs' en4- rcld on the I ,. ', Steam
; an o on account of the adveris nt, w ill bc4 l'ld i a pr'rene c in the
pi:Miyi any onen 044 order. e ae os4 l namese, .or passage apply to 0;e cap-
"'* "1 11101' trains on board, or to
T 1,,':14 vayhlor,
No. 217, South ;inronit street.
b. o.3, North Whrves.
Fo- re to W"'1 ,; ,'1 ?5; to or from 4]k-
C ook 2 i 4 1180 t0 '; to 4 ..... 4 .. .., 5 .
I A. All haggag' to bce i1 the charge andl at
A" -\ 1N r ;s a pk :e 4s a Cook or a lhouetkeep the risk; of the onl's,. 1 ... will also be
S'. e7 1r \ln i4nl n w\ho lu ..'sle n i ,41,. taken' loIn or put on bo; id ..I .1.. NeN Yo'rk
li'o hl4l41 4), in a41ils b1 a ch,;,, anid ( ,, ', ; ate.ini 1 44m .its alonm.gs d free of expense.
reconil.i!;d.--lq4lle in kranlin Cu4t4ll,4 .. 0 taken up or delivered, at
No0. 2. ( i,,i'.,,4 I ,zaretuto, 1Chester, or Marcus
Sep 2.;->-:'.-wfinf) ,lo. (Ic(t 23'-dtf

S '. 4 '. A L. !;'.1- ld 4. AV i.kerr41's *.li'.t4,,t.* r I.tr iti..-
k"' \N!N.( Asl;hished loltery and Exchlanuge Tetter, il .*.
4, i i ~., n the cities 4 of Vaslhigton. and 4 1:1l nARI"'tD a4nd sold only by'Dr.T. 'W4. )Y
I.. .. .. Ip, urclhase 4rafts and b:i.k 4ots ,, iI', northeast corner of Second alind Race
on the4 litrict of C( olunlb and \ Virli',4a, a4t stieels2 thildiIelpi1 a, Ihe having pi'rcl,,ased ilt;'
the lowest rates, Tbey coln(it44 to pirch'a .' ,,, ,I ,. eoipt from the late proprietor P.ice
thle not, s f0 the di) lr'cn ranch t s of 'the bank '. '4' ;)e, boX.
of th4L Unitld Stat;>.--.-,N',r',It and South 4 Ja.ro. NOT'.--Tn prevent counterfeits, (c. hbox
lin ..... ., i S thini,ce bank notres, at N 1is accomnIanied with a bill signed with ti, 01
small dlicu tuii ;, al thlir oltce, ?io. 1, Sout'h prietor's namne.
T hild s r' el ', 1. .. I,'' ,.. 'o: -1. 4 44: i,
Feb 2--01dif "* --
Oct 22-dtt
..,1 ,4 4'' l" i,. 4 1' 4icf rs ''|'Ia 41l.r i,..,lt.ois, t
Fp l parltnershliip lerh'ofore ; \c,,_ he-
.l in. TItTOMS .MTituand he ub.!>.cri- ITI" MSf'l !iltAilS i, t <.
hir, oiil "'/?w t ion, T/U it4ed : iaz,'lte .., ", I1, i Ir '.'' [i 4and sold only by Dr. '. W
'Trueii' i.eute:;'/ i tc/ hainb ;g' t'url'in4atled l), the d( 1,., 'I ', n 'ortlih st cornl't of t0co'd amid
ct4ase of'l I404 s SM4 4 ii T ii 1, :. 4 o all Race street I'Philiadclphia, he t1 .h ... 'i. ..'
the coniceri'tis 4t llthe' 1 : i i ',,, [ dev(l. 1sud the original r.'c;ei[' t froml (he l4 e 1 4 **l '
"v d on 4 lh4 su) bcri4'cr, aid al4 l p'i'4so is 4w4 o 4in4aL to,. Price 3-1 cents per bottle.
be ilndll.'bted "Th4 e IUnion" ari r1qu441 'tc4d to) NOt'!' prev)ii' t cou4t'cr'".itqs, ('101h bot-
mAkre paym liat, and Ihosu who have clAhns oil tle i' acro.nipainwd with a bill signed with the
the saum e aiur w p i ii i .! ,., ..i I. 1 '.i proDrielor's lamie.
0 1 ;. ..4 ,4 i" l .itt'1, i .. .
Fel 5- dtlf .',, 14 ,, r Oct ,'- .1


Nell. M. !N-o. LOH.

S.. ....--. i ,hinouhd consider the force provided insuf-
ir itlicient to beat the enemy, to call on the
Governours of the adjoining states for
such portions of the militia as he might
IN SENATE. think requisite. On thi, eceipt ,rf this or-
FrBantran2 94. der, General Jac.-.,n, instead of ohser.
Mr. Lacock, frmin the committee ap- ving the orders ofthe departrtifrtafWa',.
pointed in pursuance of the resolution of by callitw on the Governour of Tennes-
the Senate of the 18th Decemiber last, see then in Nashville, near the place of
- That the message of the President and his residence, chose to appeal (to use
documents relative to the Semninol e -war, his own expressions) to the patriotism of
beref-rred to a select committee, who the west Tennesseeans, who ha,1 erised l
shall have authority, if necessary, to send under him in the last war. ,lou10 mniun-
for persons and papers; that said coin- ted gun men, and two companies of what
mittee inquire relative to the ad vance of were called life guards, with the utmost
the United States' troops into West alacrity, volunteered their services, from
Florida; whether the officers in command the states of I'ennessee and Kentucky,
at Pensaecola and St. Marks were amena- and repaired to his standard. Officers
le to, and under the control of, Spain were appointed to command this corps,
and particularly, what circumstances by the General himself, or by other per-
existed, to auth.irize or justify the cor sons, actin g under his authority. Thus
handingg general in taking possession of organized, they were mustered into the
those posts"-Reported: service of the U. S.
That they have, under the authority About the time general Jackson was
conferred on them, called for and exa- organizing this detachment of volunteers
mined persons and papers. Tle testimony in the state of Tennessee. or perhaps pre-
obtained is h.-i i.-'.i it submitted. The viously thereto, General Gaines was like.
committee, after the most mature and ise employed in raising forces among
dispasOonate examination of the subject, the Creek lidians. There was this dif-
oftlr for the consideration of the Senate ference in two cases: General Jackson
the following narrative of facts, and the raised his army in disregard of positive
opminmions and deductions clearly arising orders; General Gaines, without orders,
from, and g owing out of, the acts thus took upon himself the authority of raising
presented. On the origin of the hostii- an ariy of at least 1600 Creek [ndians;
ties between the United States and theaIn
ties between the United States and the appointing their officers, with a brigadier
Seminole Indians, the committee ask general at their head, and likewise mus
leave to remark, that the different savage tering this force into the service of the U.
tribes living within and on the borders S.
of the Floridas, denominated Seminole 'While vour committee feel a pleasure
Indians, were principally fugitives from in I,,isl munm. thezeal and promptitude
the more northern tribes, resident within that have m-rked the military conduct of
the limits of the United States. After these general officers,-on many former'
the treaty of 1814, with the Creek Indi- occasions, they would fel themselves
ans, a considerable addition was made to wanting' i theirduty-to-thi Senate and
the number those fugitives; as the Int the eate and
the number o( those: fugitives, as the In. the nation, if they did not express their
dians who were dissatisfied with the decided disapprobation of the conduct of
pi visions of that treaty, took refuge in the commanding generals in the steps
the Floridas; cherishi g, there -can be they took to raise and organize the force
little doubt, feelings of' hostility to the emtyployedl on this occasion. There was
United States. These feelings seem to no law in existence that authorized even
have been strengthened by the .influence the President of the United States to
o(f l,.ein eini, aries who had taken up raise or accept the services of volunteers.
their ,,ri.],_-ce among tiam.n: among lThe law passed for that purpose, had
h.i,.t..~ -s ~I,-. ,mt conspicuous, wereAl, expired in the year 1815. The constitu-
cs i~l.r ru, tIn,,t and Robert C. Am- tion of the United States gives to Con-
brister. I I aeof things, ,itappeas gress,. exclusively, the power of raising
that the executive department of the armies, and to the President and Senate
government deemed it necessary, fur the the power of appointing the officers to
security of the frontier, to establish a command those armies, when raised.
hune ofrforts near the Sliouterni boundary The constitution, likewise, .; s Con.
of the United States, and to occupy thtse gress power to provide for c,slli. f,,i ih
firic.tri,m.- with portions of the regular the militia to execute the laws of the
forces, a.ntd by these means peace was Union-to suppress insurrections, and
maintained with the Indians until the to repel invasions; but reserves to the
spring or .s,.r f ith1817, when the re- states, respectively, the appointment of
gular forces were withdraw n from the the offices. In conformity with the last
021,. n, th.i sm, Inrontier, and cone recited.provision of the constitution, the
c ,,ir'arl.1 I t ',,t Xi .i,,,,,.n.', on the Congress of the Uniteat States have pa.--
Alabamaiver a e consi.lc.als disstance laws authorizing the President, when
west ot the Georgia hue. But it seems the contingencies above alluded to should
thatalioutthis time a border warfare was happen, to call on tho g.ern,,ur<. or any
c,nuemc-dI bhet ween the Seminiole IndrI militia officers, of te ,respective states,
tuni. ,a tl th ho,,ri,.-r iilalit.ini- of Geor- fmi such portion .f sf h... militia as he night'
g,.. It i. dt ilic.rit to .:. l i ,,n,,.l with deem requisite for the .,ccn.i,,sm n. l. in
ceru ainty wv ,ssnim iuel.c d i i.. hoi stilli- ',i, ,,-,e ,. ,,. it l-,,-i i \ s.Ii; ,.
ties, or or n wiom thie greatest i.,,. .I.ct -ion ordered .n i ll- .n tlie g a n.1- i %
wer inflicted. General Gaines, l,,,e iof the states adjacent to the seat of war
yer, demanded a surrender of the .Indi- for m ie ieq.,iile militia force.
ans who had committed outrages on tie It is with regret that the corinmittee
frontier of 0. e- .;a. With this demand complld t dclar, that thy c
they -rIte,-Id to c -npls, alleging that the i are conple to declare, that they con
.cy ceive Gen. Jackson to have d -rnt-,',rid
first and greatest aggressions h:,d been the positive orders of the department of
made byh the white men. mIn oniiseliince iwar, the constitution, and laws; that lie
of this refusal, Gen. Gaines was autiorl-1ihas taken Upon himself not only the ex-
zed by the Secretary of W\ar, at his dis-' ercise of those powers delegated to Con-
cretion, to remove the 'Indians, still gress, as the sole legislative ainthnrity of
r.,as .innI .., the lands ceded to the th ie nation, and to the President and Se.
il,,,..I- -., ,,:- iv the treaty made with nate, as it relates to the appo;ii, t -ni t,
the eI,' in .1b4; in so doing he is tohd butof the power which had been express-
tha.t it migit be proper to retain some of ly reserved to the states, in the appoint-
themn as hostages, until reparation was mientof the officers of the militia; a po er
made fior the d.,pred.li.ins inmimitd by the inre valuable to the states, because
the ilians. !.. pi -.U4nn al -isho- ri-cre- as they had surreuderetl to the general
-sI ietac'.n i .in. o enerar 0 ames, uorder- i,,,, t the revenues and physical
.1 *i dct.c''n... of near 00 mien, under O, nation, they could only look
thme command o1 Maj. li a. to sur- to the officers of the militia as a security
rouil autd take an Indian llu,, called against the possible abuse of the delega-
Fowl Town about 14 miles from F'ort ted power. lhe committee 4ind the me
Ecott, and near the Florida line. iThis I tucImly ftct before then, that military
detachment arrived at Fowl Town in the ottice'rs, even at this early s-tage of this
night, and i,, hindians, taking the alarm, repumlick, have, without' the shadow of
and flying to an adjacent swanmp, were authority, raised an> army of at least 2500
fired on by the detachment, and one man men, andi mustered them into the service
and one woman killed. Two Indians of the I united Stales. Two hundred and
were made prisoners. The detachment thirty ollficers lhav beeo appointed, and
returned to fort Scott. A day or two their rank established, frommn an Indian
afteswards, as sta ed by captain M !'n- brigadier general down to thie lowest
tosh, who was of the party, about the subaltern of a company. To whom were
same number of troops paid a second, those oilicers accountable for. their con-
visit to the same village, (as he states) uct? Not to the P resident of the Unitedt
for the purpose of obtaining property. States, for it will be found that it was
While loading their wagons isitu corn, not considered necessary even to furnish
and collecting horses and cattle, they him with a list of their names; and not
were lired upon by thie Indians, and a until the pay rolls were made out, and
skiriish ensued, in which a small loss payment demanded were thIe personas
was sustained on both sides. It is sta- knovn tIm the department of war. And
ted by captain Young, the topographical in this place it is proper to observe, that
engineer, that this town contained about Gen. Jackson seemed to consider those
45 [ndans warrimurs, besides women and officers of his own creation, competent
fe dn aft t .,fi Fwl to discharge all the functions of officers
A fevays after te finim of .v appointedl by th, adin,.ii;r of the general
Toiwtn, lieut: Scott, with a detachment of or state governments; for we findu five of
40 men, 7 women, and some children, them detailed ai ,u, n.rds to sit on the
ascending the Appalachicola, with cioth- general court martial, on a trial of life
ing and, supiies, to the garrison at Fort and heath. Might not, on the same
Sccott, when within a fev miles of thiat principles, General Jackson have tried,
place, was ahtackem by a party of India.ns conndetimued, and executed, any officer of
himself antid his whl(,le party fell victims the Georgia m ilitia, by the sentence of a
to their fury, except six ment, whv made court mrtia, composed of ,ilm,.. t creo-
ther escape, and one woman made pris- ted by him, and holding their assumed
oFe- thi t t. authority by thIe tenour of Ilis will?
From this time the war became more se. Your committee will dismiss this branch
rious; the ludians, in considerable num.o of the subject by observing thIat, consist-
bers, were eubdtnied,and an opein attack ently with the character an d genius of
was made on Fin't Scot t. Ge Gai mes, our government, no i.:,.r hI.... ,. ,gh
with about t a riular so Iierstis as e f or exalted his station, can be jastili-d for
onined, to thegarison. I tis state of an infi-raction of the constitution; it is an

things, normatuon iang been common tience against the sovereignty of the
nicated to the War Departmient. General nation, this sovereignty being veted in
Jackson was ordered t o take the eld people3 The con
thu--mi.t hody of the people. The con-
hie ians a vi ed ti t .. I nd i ili tia si itution is the written expression oftheir
force, aumnnuting to 1800 mneu, provided will, and above the control of all t he
For that service, and the estimated force public functionaries combined. An"td
by GeIneral Gaines, of the enemy (said to when that instrument has been violated,
-be 200 strong) and directed, if he the people alone have power to grant the

indemnity for its infraction; and all that
can b6s said in favour of the officer who
transcends his constitutional powers,
must be taken not in justification of the
act, but in mitigation of the eiuorrnity of
the oftfnce co ninitted. With this ii.....
of the subject, which they conceive toi be
a correct one, the committee have in vain
sought for an excuse for the conmmandinug
general. He has stated in his letter to
the secretary ot war, assuming the power
to judge for the national l.:,islaita e. iiati
a volunteer force of mounted gounmnen,
would be the least e*ssl.ive and most
efficient. His duty was to execute the
orders of his superior officers, not to
disobey them; to observe and enforce the
laws, not to violate them. Obedience and
u oi -.hmatio. anre the first and Ii.l.,t
duties of a soldier, and no one knew
better the truth of, and the necessity for,
observing this maxim, than the officer in
question. For the truth of this observa-
tion we have his own declaration. In his
letter to the secretary of war, of 20th
January, 1818, he says: 'Your letter eni
closing your general order of the 29th ult,
has been received: like yourself, I have
no other feelings to gratify than those
connected with the public good, and it
gives me pleasure to find that we coincide
in those opinions calculated to produce
it. Responsibility now rests where it
should, on the officerr issuing the order;
and the principle acknowledged, is cal.
culated to ensure that subordination so
necessary to the harmonious movement
of every part of the military machine.'
It is to be regretted, that an officer
who seemed to be so perfectly acquaint-
ed with what belonged to the duty of
others, should have been so totally re
gardless or unconscious of his own; auli
while the committee are willing to admit
that the volunteer forces called into ser-
vice by General Jackson, were more etfi.
.cient and less expensive than the militia,
had le confined himself to the usual pro-
portion of officers--this, they conceie,
shluld.not be urged as an argument in
favour of eniploying them, or plead in
Jiustilic.tirn of the unlawful act; for if
Ihe-s. r,-a-i.lc be considered conclusive,
and should be acquiesced in, they will be
applied with increased force, (fortified
by this precedent) in all future wars; an
army of regulars will be considered (as
- they really are) more efficient and less
expen-itie than either the volunteers, if
authorized by law, or the militia; and
thei .jtiL.ir :it the head of such army (act
ing on the principl,:-. before stated, and
encouraged by the acquiescence of the
nation) may dispense with the militia
altogether, and incre.su the regular ar
iny to ni:i. ; ltelt lhat tolly or abitbition
mal .nm ',m:t; .mid all this under thie plea
of i,-_'c' Iy T'l', c,.ininou -sd can scarce-
ly imagine a possible case that may occur
in a future war, where the necessity iIll
be less strong than in the present. This
war was .ut-,:.- wihei th.e United States
were at peace wiitl :ill tile world, except
this Ili-.-1 il 110i h.li. .n, l handitti of
"- ,dl ... 1 *.1 I n.li i,,..' an il l il.. ...
the ,ir" I le sti n1 i01Ti.Ti i i illteiic lit
exceeding 1000 men; opposed to whom
(previous to Gen. Jackson's taking the
command) and utinder Gen. Gaiiies. were
a force of 1800 regul.,r, a.I mrlit:i. ., .
sides the l nI u. eii. IL ,,i' ,,, il ?.,ii;..,
subsidized by thie l., mentioned gene.
ral. What then, in tim. state of the case,
becomes of the plea of necessity? And if
it be mitmin (t,:d in this c itc, to justify or
palliate an act of .-,ili.i-.v usurpation,
the c.,,n, tt-e wuldI :.,,i o-ly' iuquime.
where it 1, t ,- be il,.ll.r i -- d or des,,.-:
And here the committee, l.1, in- |'lh.ie.i
themselves f:thtlillly to disch;se facts,
arid imparni ll. to draw coi.ilui.ions, beg
leave to remark, that oi. cOndct ,ii the
cmimilaniliti gen e, l. I, i .-rijo.g this voe
luni.ier cm p-. .ias l.' t dii yI the W Jr
Department, as will appear by the letter
of the Secretary, dated the 29th day of
January, 1818; and it is but justice to the
Department to state, that it was not un-
til the officers that had a sisted in thus
officering and organizing this corps, were
examined by the committee, that tht-y
were apprised of the illegality of the
measure; for there is nothing to be found
in Gen. Jackson's letters on this subject,
to the Secretary of War, of the itlh,
1tIh, and 20th of February, 1818, froUm
which it cain be fairly inft rred that hlie
had appointed a single lll..ei.. Indied,t
it would seem, from a fair interpretation
of those letters, that the ifi.:.-i u. at Least,
were of the regular militia of the states,
and that the only departure from his or-
ders by the e.-i.-'r.l. was, his having call
ed on thel subordinate ,ildken omf tine mi-
litia, instead of thIe .,'ie isis i f t!,i
state of Tennessee, :insI hi- j.iel'ierii,-.
of mounted men. to infantry. And it
will also appear, from the letters afore-
said, that had the Department of War
disapproved of tlin, e-i,.i. and deter-
mined to counterman the order ol1 .-''i
Jackson in raising this force, no order
to that eit'ffect could have reached him
before hie had arrived at the seat of wvar,.
and of course the -army mighiit have been
disbanded in the sight of tle enemy, amnd
the olbccts of the campaign thereby jeo
l ia .!.. -,1. mil i nh li,n defeated.
m'-r-. c mnii te-s ,s ill next take notice
of the operations of thie army in thie Fori-
das, whither they were authorised to pur-
sue the enemy; and connected with tisi
authority, it was ,Isi,,n,:.il on Geienral
G i-en. i, whomt the li-i order to thlis
effect was .i,.,n, that im case thie enemy
tooik relhge under a Spanishm Garrison,
not to attack them tiere, but to report
the fact to thIe Secreta,'y tf War; and time
observance of this order. the coniunittee

conceive, wvas equtilly Vibligmto)ry oun Gen
J l...... whio sut.-ccOd'd to the comimnand,
at least, it must have clearly evinced tii.:
will ofthe 3ecirt.ary of War on tlihat point
and how far i i. injunctioat was observed,
will be found by what followed. It ap.

pears that Gen..Jacksont advanced into pleasure to have stated, tha tihe history i have been considered good cnuae of Iwar
Florida wi ii force of 1800 men, compo- of the campaign had closed, but facts by Congress; but of this General JAick.
sed of re.;ulars, volunteers, and 'he Geor- which it becomes now their duty to report, son was not the judge. His duty wa.
gia militia, and afterwards, on the 1st. require thnit history to be continued. Oa pointed out; it was to subdue and puaiish
day of.April, was joined by gen. Mcl- the 7th of August, 1818, more than two the Seminole Indians. with whom we
tosh, and his brigade of 1500 Indians, months after hiis consuinmation of the were at war; for this purpose he was or-
who had been previously ,.., rni.l by conquest of West and, part of East Flori- d.(red to pursue them into the territorial
Gen. Gainr.-, oppiised toi ,ioim it appears da, lie issued an order to general Gaines, limits of Spain, and over a part of which
from the repiL t of Captirm Young, topo directing him to take possession of St. territory those Indians had, at least, a
'graphical engineer, and.other evidence, Augustine, a strong fortress, and the cap- qualified riliht of possession and proper.-
thie whole forces f 'he fugitive Seminole ital of East Florida. A copy of this or- ty. Under these orders no act of ag-
Indians and runaway negroes, lhad tey der is subjoined to this report, and his gression on the, Spanish authorities c .ild
all been embodied, could not have exceed- reasons for this measure are stated at have been designed, nor can any sucd
ed 900 or 100, mein; and at no time did large in the order, andi reiterated andi en acts be justified. Spain, before she could
half that number present themselves to forced by his letter to the Secretary of become or be made a party to this var,
oppose his march-of course little or no War, dated the 10th of the same mouth, must have merged her neutral character
resistance was made. which reasons, ftgly and beyond the pos- in that of the enemy. and clearly identi-
The Mickasuky towns were first taken sibility of doubt, discover the motives of fled herself kvith the .. *iii.ild'l nlian4i.
and destroyed. The army marched upon tihe commanding general in all his move- and by acts of open and u0,l1.--ie-. lIs.
St. Marks, a feeble Spanish garrison, ments against Spain, utility to General Jacksoa:,. hi L,e ,ypoze.t
which was surrendered '-without firing The tendency of these measures by the him by physical not moral force.
a gun," and then occupied as an Ameri commanding general, seeing to have been But the weakness of the Spanish anm
can post; the Spanish commandant hav to involve the nation in a war without thorities is urged in justification of this
ing first, by humble entreaties, ahd then her consent, and for reasons of his own, outrage upon our constit tion. And is the
by a timid protest, endeavoured to avert unconnected with his military functions. weakness of an independent power to
the measure. Here Alexander Arbuth- Your committee would be tmnillin.: to disparage their neutral i,.il, or tfiirmill
not was found, taken prisoner, and put attribute improper motives, where those pretences for a powerful neighbour to
in eonfiiement, for the purpose, as it was of a different character could be possibly weaken them further by hostile n'rres.
stated by Gen. Jackson. "of collecting inferred, more especially, when it is to sinus? And is it thus we are to be fur.
evidence to establish his guilt." and here affect a character, whose military fame is nished, by anr Aierican officer, with i.
also, were taken two Indian chiefs, one the pride andti boast of the nation; but justification for the disnieimhrment of
of whom pretended to possess the spirit oven such a character, becomes more emi Poland, the capture of the Danish fleet
of prophecy; they were hung without nently dangerous when lie exalts himself by Great Britain, and the subjugation of
trial, and with little ceremony, above the majesty ofthe laws;declares the Europe by Bonaparte? And shall the U.
This being done, and St Marks garri- public will, and becomes the arbiter be States be called upon to imitate the ex-
soned by American troops, the army pur- tween the U. States and foreign nations, ample, or silently acquiesce and thereby
sued their march eastward to Suwaney That these high and transcendent powers subscribe to doctrines and approve mea-
river, on which they found a large Indian have been usurped and exercised in the sures that are in direct opposition to the
village, which was consumed, and thle present case, is, it appears to the coim repeated and invariable declarations of
Indians and negroes were diperel: af, mittee, incontrovertibly evident from the the government, given tio this nation and
ter which the army returned to St. Marks facts adduced. the world. liiia.;', the ,i.i.! rrieliliiln ,.f
bringing with them Robert C. Amnbrister, The constitution declares, Article 1, presidential messiagies and the c',rr'ep,-.
who had been taken prisoner on their sec. 8. "Congresss shall have power to dence of all her public ministers, and
march to Suwaney. Daring the halt of. declare war, grant letters of mark and sanctioned by all her publi-ck laws on the
the army for a few days at St. Marks, a reprisal, and to make rules concerning subject of neutral rights! \Will it liot be
general court martial was called; Arbuth- captures on island and water." Surely said that we have chiang'd iur. national
not was arraigned; found guilty senten. it was never designed, by this provision, policy? Shall we not he addressed in
ced to surfer death, and hung. that a inditir) u-'...:i should first make the fillowiirg language, by the ii.iun-,, of
Ambrister was tried in like manner, war, and leave it to Congre,s afterwards Europe?
found guilty, and sentenced to whipping to declareit; this would involyvean absur.- Th time was, when the U. States
and confinement. Gen. Jackson annulled dity, that it is unnecessary to expose. It were also weak: she had no navy, she
the sentence, and ordered him to be shot: is sufficient to say, that the executive au had no army. In those days she was a
and this orderwAs, executed. thority of the United States, and much strong advocate for neutral rightt. aix-
It appears, by the testimony, that the less a subordinate ,Ili. or, has no power to ions that free ships should niake free
army had arrived at St. Marks, on their change the pacific relations of the nation, goods; that the neutral flag of tlII irpub-
return from Suwaney, on the 25th of The Presidett of the United States is lick should protect all sailing uindr it,
April; and on the 26th Gen. Jackson bound, constitutionally, to preserve the ever protesting against, and himnplaining
writes to the Secretary of War in the fol- peace of the country, until Congress de- of, the violation of her i.-utitral rig-'im.by
lowing manner: "I shall leave this in two clares it in a state of war;,he can only, the bellige-ents of Euri),,-. B.it. these
or three days, for Fort Gadsden! and, af- while thus in a state of peace, use the mi times have passed away; the nation has
ter :iakiii. Ill necessary ai rajrn.,iicnts for litary forces of the nation, in three speci tried her strength in battle, ,Ad found
tile securitv of the positions occupied, and fled cases that is, "to execute the laws herself quite equal to the -ii u.:..le, she
detaching "a force to scour the country ofthe union; to suppress insurrectioni;and has has had tine to itrenilthe her arii.v
west of the Appalachicola, I shall proceed repel invasion." (see Constitution, article and increase her navy; her former weak-
direct to Nashville; my presence in this 1. sec. 8 also, the art i fr ralli.ng forth the nei lib ,itt,-n. her t former pre -epils ibni-
country can be no longer necessary. The militia, passed e:-,hl Febr.iar), 1795.) t d1,:i.ld, ardl leeling poser and fgnI' ng
Indian forces havebeen divided and scat- til. iiir be pretendi.l. lh.it Spa;i had in- right, she walks over a pr-.trate cinht t-
tered; cut off from all csiinriu,iiati in with wt i-d t Uiel .M ,, or tha i .'Congress tuition ti crnrmlhr ari .1'..hi .ii f mie;;alce
those unprincipled agen;its if lIreign na- had declared war against that nation,andannd feelI.- thlin;i nem lr cmi onhy, vlwhse
tions, who have deluded them to their of course the relations ofpeacedid exist very weaki,..s (Ij:.,Idd in excuse for
ruin, they have not the power, if the will between the two countries, at the time the aggression) should have rather con-
remains, of awinoviming 'ur frontiers." It Gen. Jackson took possession oftheSpan- stituted an appeal to a g nermou pl.p!e
appears, however, by the com lict of the ilh p.i-Jessiouri. in l it l iridas.Tihe.-- laiS for i.is, il. ."
coiimn ending i.I'r.i. t lh t li: ,li- at this t,-in, admtiti', .l..l they cannot be de Ii. 'e-. ....i ,,rfl.: In.'t., dhe cr.r. r ir.e
linn ,._J, ,,jl.l iii u lillt-.r n, min ,i. t .oe,rm : 'r,. nm1 l, the onl .. .--tio.- to decide is, h vI e f ., in lh re.,-.. I- .... all l,,, -.
[.ieTlie mioe i a writring this letter, as wether the nil. r s*nduct of Cen. ed world view this transaction, a,,, it ,,,:.
C -' iln. -Ytinntled by the; nittioli, they I-t,, 1 PtEd lti.-re
will be seen by the testimony of Captain Jacl..r,, was not war against Spain; and will be t i raa thus
Call and Surgeon Bronaugh. lie had des on ti1. ,ilject, thl-re call be no'rooni to dcr it.
p.tch..'d ie..i. Sands to MLmbile, to for- doubt. The capital of a Spanish province lno i- are tril! ,l!.- r-.; .i disclose
..idl on a trrin of artillery, to a given is taken by tlir sword; a fortress is inves awl iwt I cl-.p.-il, i. I i..-.- tl ni, .i. ,-
point, to be i d,.d to be made use of in ted and i,.ili.ii il-lI; lives are lost; ,i .... ,... I ', e th in i two ., ,,i
reducing I',mL,..cila and the fort of Bar and the place surrendered on capitula. at,, ,i.c' h,, l0 I ended, hand twohe Se',i-
rances, should that measure be thereafter tion the terms of. which are declared nole War uwas teriatinmited, another expedition
thought proper. Having made these ar- ."more favourable than a conquered en. is planned and the land & naval forces of the
iai.;emnenls. the army .marched to Fort emy ir.eratedI;'" militir- officers and men, tim',:l .tm.leI ordered tio exeu;.e it; -which is
(i. de(i, mo n thie Appal.ichi. .Al.t river, as well as.those in the civil departments to reduce the fortress of Ai s.ine, I.
I'file. astitte.-d hy Lien. J..:k-...n. and of government, are transported to the iithalof East .Floar re his .. r,.'1
confirmed by ,thI it-ilnioi ,, ,I(.,,. Butler, W est Indies, -.-I a new ,,-.r,,miient Gent.G, ,ted ;,;, 1: Ai1 u,.1 ,
information was received by a private let- established for the conquered c'uiirl v. It and are as follow:
ter, written by a merchant at Pensacola all these acts of hostility combined do "I have united with attention Mai. Twigg's
to Mr. Doyle,and shown to General Jack- not constitute war, the committee con- letter, marked No 5. 1 contemplated li-nt imle
son, that a number of Indian, had recent- fess lt,.i-ms-I esi utterly ata loss for its agents of Spain, or tIhc1 oil0r, Ait for ...
ly (isitl Peni,,:,la, and were commit- definition; or ifthe fact be denied, the an ft-4hI tlarnem with tihe neams of war rIt
ting delure.il. i.ms on the Spanish inhabi consequence of such denial will be a proof will be necessary to obtain cvilence, substan-
tants ,I il.at place. ind were receiving aid tiat no war was madee by the Setiinole ,' *',7 'ii.. fact, and that tlie hostile Indians
and cnlimnil t from tlhe gaiuri-.n. On the Indians on the U. States, an4, of course lhum-. i-,Lra lr-l anlid furnished ftrim tle gaffrison
receipt of lhi, intlli-;eic.', the resolution that the invasion of Florida was an un- of St. itugustine. 'Tl ;. .is ., o',i,,asi, s,,i.mil
seems to have been taken, to garrison authorized act of a.,-r.-,ion on the part yourdeem your force tsufmcient, yot wiltlpro-
that place with American troops; anti, of the United State,. 'BI tilt committee rican troops, and 1old the garr-ismi prisoners,
alter a march or-e about twenty days, will pursue this subject a little father, & until you hear from the Piresidlent of I. Lr,...
'-i. iiia met his artilleryy, g,:.ii.' r. Jdacksoii, examine the reasons offered by th, i.ti'-r ted S'a!Ues, or trAinsport them to Cuba, as iln
ivith about 1200 men, the rest having m. ..n,, inline, for taking possession of, your judgment, under existing circumstance,.
been discharged, appeared before Pensa- &occupying the Spanish fortresses,. more you" Iaythink be st.
cola, tile capital of tihe province. The especially Pensacola and the Barrancas. ings carried on by me, or ,his order, is not rt
place was taken with scarce the show of f:.,se. reasons are to be found in his the g-rount:d that WIe are at war with Spain; it is
resistance. The tgovernour had escaped, numerous reports to the War Depart- .On tie ground of self preservation, bottomed
and taken i '.:.-- in the fort of the Bar- m.unt, and his letter to the Spanish mlii on the broad basis of tihe law of nature and (i
rancas to *h.i, place, distant about six cers who commanded in the dd',. :,t oroitio, al justified by givi ne e h-l I.c.
miles, the arm-y marched, and the fortress fortresses, ,ai.I are these: That Spain hall piriu-inevideice of the fite ofth elU.cil: 'sor
was invested on the 25th of M.n ; m.1l a not observed her treaty stipulations within officers of Spain having excited the Inimdina to
demand being made for its surreniler, and the United States. as'it related to the contime the war against us. and that they hntve
refused, the attack was made on the for- Florida Indians, and whose peaceable t'nisiued then with tlit means of carrying on
tress hy land and water, and after thie comlinlct she was bound to guairanity to the war. this evilnece beigaobtained, yrmu-wilt
bombardment d cann nadiug hadi been the United States; thmt she Intl furnishedl it yourt vrt is utri i t, tornet Si. .lh,, to.
kept up ttir a part of two di. y-.&. some lives is-,.. Ihndians, at war with thIe United except a ..-.,-i order Iomi thie -epiartnent 01'
lost, tie IFortress was surrendered, the ,tates, with aris, ammunition, and sup- War.
garrison made prisoners of war, and the plies necessary to carry on the war, "Orders some time since have been irien to
ollkcers of the government, civii anid niili Here the committee would observe, that he otare' to tho e i redint. e conmnpnledin at
tary, transl.ported to the Havana, agreea- they are- neither the advocates nor the battein tiran, the nuinher arid ctne or' th
bly to the terms of thIe ctapitilation; apologists oft Spain: there can be no doubt guns pointed out. I h:atve no doubt youea wdlt
which terms .,,:r Jackson, in his letter of but she habt, by thie violation of her en- mi'l them in readiness.
thIe 2d iof June, 1818, declares, "were gigemneimts, given the United States suli. "'I enclos-e you thIe report of nt'Cnptain H enley
more favourable than a conquered enemy cent cause of war; but they defend the ortle naval lorceoa that station; you wiil iope-
mwould have merited." The civil and constitution, by saving that Gen..Jackson oi'respindenc.'e with com iannmdaUrt A.r. .I)i
military government of Spain thus annul- had no power to declare or make the shiultd be ireciirel.
led, general Jackson thought it necessary' war; that neither he, nor even the Presi- l this prmjec ed :-| 1:1 ,.,i. it was not
to abolish the revenue laws of Spain, andl dcut of the United States, ihad any dis. thought necessary or *...- i. consult the
establish those iofthe United Statets; and, cretioi or power to jutde whalit was, o0r Ee;cuv braianch octithe gwov-crnmntt;theiornher
fir this purpose, Capt. Gadsden was ap- was not, case uf war.. this the cunistitu. rscet to General ines w.i Pe'midtory, on '1he
pointed collector, and by hiim, under tILe tion had wisely lodged in Congress. The supplied wil a imntnitimn & risios, -
authority of general Jackson, that depart- treaty with Spain still existed; it was ceito war; ithe blow was to be st-n.i;,& noth-
ment of the new government was organiz-, made, by the constitution, the supreme ing btit non express order from thie Sucretary of
ed. The Spanish authorities being thus law of the land, atnd hatd Spain violated, a.n-wa to preeit it. L". ,befou-ethis period,
put down by the sword, both civil and on her part, every article of that treaty mhe cemmantlin general hald, h his ltnuers to
military, a newv government was esta- still the Executlive of the United States, a t m en. and ater which nt a single a
blished for this newly acquired territory, who is bound to see the laws iuithfutly acit of lihosiliy Ihad lieeni cmm.in;ted. Ye-t, ia
the powers of which, both civil and mili- execuitedl," must, in good faith towards this S.tte of) peace, is a military omIer itirec.

tary, were vested in the military officers. Spain, have observed on ou0 r part thLat tid to aseeria;t certain cts, and, i on suc facts
Antl general Jackson having declared, in treaty; and the oblizariuon of preserving being sbstantiatedl, to make war on the net.-
tral coln),y of ,nation in llilae and a ity Vithi
numerous communications to the Depart tie peace of the nation would ld ave re- MUited :tUM; t nis um g rtni n only
inent of \Var, that the Semiole war was imained until the treaty should Iuve been thl legishtuive andl exec.utium- itioities omf
closed, & the object of the ( L.'i.mn at an revoked or annulled by Congrmtss. Fur- United StatIs, but setting at naughiint the usa uga,
enidlihe returm-ed to his residence at Nash- fishing the Indians with arms, aniuuinii- oralml chilinedaiuins, bv minnt u w.ru- witnt.
ville, state of Teinnessee And here it tion and supplies, were so manaoy viola.- i previous ant pnblick dhccl:a-na V'eiWre tthis
would hayv given the committee sincere tions of tr,,aty stipulations, and might a u". to du e u.- w *i t <.ii

heli nordinate esxercis.- of ,.IU.tZi y o rhi-it; ,rI
moire thlia. ,a'.. m 'id -.. r.:. hIv I b.-tai e:.
p -eted. I 1 t atli pain tlI- c.'mrirlticure conl
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b en a; it i.. -. ihj c i nl e v.i ii uit 'li s e-,', ,'
rminal in : erlit t lilh lie- 1nm1i 'li' imailis i .:- il l'
rec cir. 'r-n ith,: niioliI, t lt ,. b leirt l:lnce un the r
p.01 l e .*i ared a ai w i.] l r, : -,*
c' I -C:- I A '11 -1 iU im -. arn, '"'.- f.', i Lc r,
pi --i'- 'l.. n, l 'in, in, I Tple m y hle piet I d uali
tallI- .v.:d on hlni' a" : ,'J'li
li'l,..-. itlirnibe d'mntiitd ,I le sA ill,
,i l tih' not be caol id-;ri'ed al. auilinri.t-'i/ a
I;,' ..lii \.- O a ilc r'i '.at.n c-.sa di,:-e ,to
b e .ii, i. l-_. I i .c. I o 1,i I .,,ii e .l: m .iiJ
t-.. It ri. hi In ilt.n- in t ai.t l u:tiir r le k':-t i -.
t id ii n.i-Y the 'ill a-. it c,), in-i J I li-
in. -.L.- i, pi l..-' liit tLh.-ie In-li .ns l hi.' bae-ir ,
1 1I,:,'I.- 3i tl 3 l lie, tI'iinliheii hb the 1.1i -.
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lt- iit a ill,.' i. e'.-.in le set tn i h. -..i tli
A alid .I.il mi.vieth rij Sto ii i, lr,tAc of inhln r,'
tain-r by I-a.l ieiii t ia -,- I.lti-h i 'a-l-'-' 'ati
('C.-ii.ild A, ird 41ii, ui i lit, l '.' ii n.,l id ba .-
r.:i-r'i I tliiisiii on llhie w ill o f Q.ieli,:c i
lW iip-iI I I lrit i lami i lI I i llA >.liin.'ii, -h.:i
.1i .r :-i ihe lii..I .. 1 r' rii rn ie %, tnl '-- il'']
Iino,,,l bI tit trl .,;t.1tf,'ie I. lnuo t New Oiltasis;
but vt' hate h rAi i -.Fp.iiil'd; n'ii,l it tita
coi diuri Il il .ie .--1 in thle s..nih he si :-'
i oll 'edl -it.! ;ppa|)ii l b.i the ii .ti,,w, tw v .>r- t'rci
1i t. l .\ ,, th l ike rIdiX ],', 'l qO Le. 1; 1
( licit- M.1 ,r. q .m.-qref ll, u1_0i0-1 1 c,.1_ il)l
vi ml.l- pi.-l- i t much i- ,rii r Ci A l n in a' ,,- L-
In:k i a. ia.uoh 'l iI
It I- ', i..i .-.n hnr..- o r" iii k, that a c ,p'.
at tllie murder i- i'u-.l II I-( I ,l ic's 1 i I. i.1
(..lllal'-, Iat' lr ^ ir i odllu ie I 'fl 1 i t lt.t;',lA ilii,
.,s it 'r. ,inillcIn t 'ti leh Sc.:.relar.y or W ii, .ialnd
a ui.3Uii'.i-in iniling rdil ;ii..mptly di-p.%.chedl i
tU I n. ..iiii %, nIIIclI i.-.'cl'l.l hin bm ..- it' il.-:
i b.1.1 i.' rs i- il]in frl i Al hlma hib .[ ener I
.I.i:k-,I ii h.ill ic. nmm incel;: la i ai t %%i itn a''err
I..,I roii ,l ',ri. item l.- ( i. iU.- .>'.nlo til''-in.dl -.4
ii v i- i,,p lilirl ) i. I whi chn i n.gi lit, -., 3 ale i
hi tIe i cre r-iti" il t', 1,i I i Ilt. is l l iA
7 bi .!.i li Srep'miil 'n r, -ill-., hlivmi ia i olvi-il
tn s- ro i ,' i. i w 6 1' i i q il l' 'r l',iie.
I~i 11 i i. |iro.r|. iIp pr'ulhii mi.li. ll-: atiill li nrl
7.Ud c A.' ir ,t tli 'A "i i ca'l'r ril l aii cn -
r.il. 'Wt Ili: It hiio:i'ilil ro :i iri -ihli .Oiii i'. 'm i
ti"In l ni iii% ii'liain Ii. Uiitc.l Slatic art c p .Ci.', I
'tnle m e miiilli i l.c'gnisee thll LI a -i :r'Ie 'f- 1'I Li
tll y iiA -n i,, 'l i) t nlii r m I l; tll cli nii fa' i ii eir
Itu bi li paru.cl lion .i thie 'iecc iitIiv of ia fi-'
I i, \ .a rleh.-. s ti [ i1 ,1iii- ltij'1n lin t c 11
iu[ l _t itWli ctll f- A lt eiit irim t which i'. riec-s.
i.n'V ti o M-cnir e .- diaie sjb rdiiiailionu ol tlln e rn.i-
tal. 1i ilie cih,I p.iwer
"'Ih.: ri.i.L r ill it on this occasion, the ex
erniiie ofl in tl i IianediiJ ticls bam (bU; prompilli
re tiiiimN St. M11 rk a.ii' Pi.n' j:ols i, ic e-. d
ft'm i ana l ii n itP;Ali'ni cof i lta icCion,) ;ilimri
cd lie cniise, ll. l t ic- c'IisImIii I n ,ili-miidn d,
.li,al ,11 1f.,ini i rc d e'n, iuhifie adilI T i
.hlt .: thie l ilih.ek ,entim-nt ngje ai decided
Ili iL aa niig ithe e.- clutioinrif Arbiithno t ald
Al Ili.ii i, '"trcariinnittee clilt, but cili.Jde]
it Ia .,l. 'in.nec.cal'.r) act if S %ela iiy,oui the p.itt
ol tie cornomm ,,lArig g ner.l, and a depiru're
i''in tlit n il, I hl hl m-ne ine '. nt e loti jris
pl'ri.uli'.IF, tuhich in all in'r CilahiCi- >itilli a -.
ge ur it al/ -. d tiimtii, i lih is h ,=rekfie b'-en
ri'iiidrrid, lunot only hIoiioirtble: lo the nalmioinl
cli.r.',ctei, but ciurla'oi l.l W to i t cA C 'ile t,- s .'
1 'i.mit li .-I ', '1| lin- e [.i',ilm.ii % itr'e iniilJ ct. lt"
c lit 1 ilaiita, ill,a lhi'm Life Uniied Sniati ,
aic ai peai'C I Iaing Ult thie coiintri, amid uni-
l.a-i thien I'ic a- 'ili sivn at'g, S, ti lli vitrl n o l.i
.tii-d t 3ti.i- a It'ere ai W ,ar, tilieI. firtel ed their
claim i lliie prmilLeliOn ioil' t[emn u.-tn u ov.-i'li.
ent., nuihil ,,,hjecLcd tti.-niel',: tu a lie -..,Te
lieatilailt, Iwhicl.h mitihl, accoiding to die prmc-
'ACe all Iiiic plces of [tiie Amic 'ii goa-erim cnti,
Ie e .\ia- eil-l L.ii ,- il li'i t lilh '.humrn tie.
tere .:2 i -. ..Pal-.i l -N (ic .-s al re,iia onilng c-ai
I ei I, 1 h i rli,'mi b:.-I.aw' tl- .m r, ",tin wih ',Im
ili-a. 1e c...iV.ci-'ed. A. l r., lersi oat tlIr-) ti rne miilieil int icl-a.ni Ir'm hle f i. n rican
al .ge i l'. ii'r -1 't. le taie iiil' i' e I c tr urn'euil
itbeii .hIn ,;.-mie'l 'inj in our pil ? er. Ili nim yii
llmlllri'.tr .it Ietl tile, Ol' aj coiwl blito ed eJ ,xi-ci
It r. ri pt' r,..ni'l., iim.,In,-d. ;,id i it e p.'., r"
cl" thiea- c'miqi ri, '. A tld : tllliighl s a',t e. \it lit
r i.-J ci in.I 'mi t, ma,.3 at, ia.c iiaiui tm lii aalrici
lpei'U ll il'l s5 o i tl hw n,,"il IuIs lui'.0 t i-r 'IsJ
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r',: n.il i...l, ii a. b iacvcl tlit i nchi a a. %iteli
ln, ilt d .: .lnd I bLL- e tie elk 1iliZ.-1l '1.1
tioil t l i n itinhil I-lerl [o iT,-jnd is nut oiill ir-.
l',~iihillto i lie niill pri'tlca-h ul" a-ie llali-iman
,:h~i,,,h, bll .a Vh, iti., ii It m m li.,c gi c ie t rin.i.
pli, 'innoil i celitudoe whicli di-iniitgdin Ili e
.ttilil mim hii .li' Ci.le'. f.'i.iilliil hi i l-h Lihlttid L
Sltat-ae I.i tl a .-i b,.i-.i cjn ,i,.,i .isp:cil .-d
heI 'il ':rltllt i It is notl I.eliu d il ha an\ al-
I.'|I,'I 1 1 -i beL be it-n idIe ioietal;ate li cliar-
ke i c,- I I an il- .-e a- hlniiiird AL Uns Et A I-
himltin.,t a.-al ni' li.risi'-r, inI : a Ilinchng tie In-
ui..mii ii n 'r I)li il!rg lie ra-,v'lutim inry ) .'al'r
0ii.U l'\ iic e 'c rli'i l d ail pe S in te i.' i n.
l)iimli .- Fr r"-tali ltin, neViIer of 'IlI'.,m was.
e\t.]ui'Cd 'btec C-Ce it"f A'aill seize l ont
.:?.rnit 1n ii l ,imail'r :r nflii dd ..ain(i II 'erltaoui
U.Ai.iihiIn, ul' \ ii1Cmjmiii I'eim' iicilhcl t dcs nl
c'il itl al-. o Itlinda tln '.i conni .'l ti) fr a ihoir.
tili're i hi ri: 'ar, Jinl d i ic S aird' i ialeased.
iin ; t ,- I-itt- iti., mnlll'kiAd vilh soinme ca:ict-
i' ciold bloodi..Id miA IacrL- i.i lthe part .'t our
.'li 1 i., ',iv'r..il i ile '- l th I' r c1 l! .i~ n,
1n1 siacli irietU:ia alt srelulmatiun v.'as reeored
'iae piri.l.[le assnm.irr l i,, lihe commanndhii.i
efl'la-il, II. tl A rlib llh.ii.it rill .\.n'n ll t 'r, lin nU
11miiill, '1 ri .' .a' aii- l l, L- i iI .l 4at'Cea, ihule
'- :i : pi..: v ill IG re i Boi.r .-i becea-iia
i l t i I pli : el f ,a.il lih lle i ill "r d enth,'"
is 'm, ia-ln'.'ilii.t il ill .ilItV Ci-- ..' ii i ia..a'i l |.iw
N ..ti ;,i c, .t 1i I .- i i' ,im m tlis h pary ni',libi.zed
iI ill ,li.c, r.C h I .'iilnt .Si ch a p] mliirple, Cs.
'c'ilt a i -die, iti llie 1 i.au.? t ei a. II eltiray it
!', Ia-'. dni. II i hm l .l i h .i sl .. I l,' I.. i.11i :intl
in a' iuie..s, w i t Ict clI.a--li,, lhi:t nenilr.ils, lui'ad
i. i bI.i.id .:nl'n)y 'n rp.., ahoiuld be c I.isi,'icred
and ir.otcel a |ii lh.. '
'l'h" cn"mncTiiet-: t', c-a.'ar in make n.y other
rt-ilt.rk- mill ,l,. a. In ,ialin l ie n ul a I US ilti .1:.
'.h-lt liln i l 'iiin, i h hlia' ii ,i- 'rIin nrnt ,ai I ,ui tic-e
Si'n '," Ii lhtiiiil :ilI t .m lii is1er. e i. Elim li t
ti 1a dim ll nt,, ; a-I1 bainr.t lI,,eni ec e h.b.','lut' p.m.-
S-r' c.i 10'o \itlh [ii 'iriinLy t .i,., rnl'-.
II .;> ^ t-e .iIr.ll .'"r.irt miT,:L] d, lhi li." pur.
p s ul' I'' mi,& th.i Im.mi-ei'. =, tlimi Co.'it m o il i_
gc.ner' l. Iin his .,i II .illniiinri ,l :et .iaS.l tline
.ull- il.:'e I lie .-''ii"i I l' it '-ii.lUtet m.- tha.lt
Ec ,ii, .' i. It. ,it lar'li aL i ''ill ti li.al,- iD ,I.
S,1n1 ila- lilt m1 niil .imn ii u lc l, tairii'. illerer ce
tJ I iil' i i I il anl,, i..-. m et ln.si tat-l t lllm
fi'at aa--'I|I| .1 11aii-i ippl a-minii and imij*Is.

A .lrpri tir,? t'r.m ili',e in'' ii c ilctl.nell
Ti inm ti i a- I .iiii. .ii I i illiiii l.l r.nL t ,r iandl
I.m im h i n.: I l -r-I, 'i n in i.rt,> .meq'i're l t.a iliie

S Ih ,r" l. : 1. .-lta. ., II.- .ijipea.ir i, ltme c.ii
(.ilrinriat--., lJ snuch .itre lie: t i-n a k:lr.n hiby
t cl. ,a" il,-: iimi.p.in lit in i'ila ,-is i ia.-a ed .t
I!, ir c.-'i- i. i I. i.. i.n l, t.,-iia ei 1la thile r

iell 'il, i'11' I, ll.iii v' rimim i a d ,[ .,ii',i .is a li dm i-
',l.nrii 1.t i. i ,,'h .i i,, I ,d ti lit, .r" -:1) iirul rihce
nI! l i'clnia-' its i l'.1 i. t ie t.[m ii...i. a ar, t

'l ni.' .i.ila d 1t'a |' ', time i i a ila i li-1,me LiL
S ..i ns, i. i iI. ,

Si-e M .I', I. "'s I,-iter ,li r'.lti ,'- r:.r- of
.,'', 01. 10.p.-,p State Pp.ers

[rr,.rr. II-;l's 4 NIsv :.:- '..r ..t D ,'. ':'.1
\I I:IC.\A:1 PIIK'IDI:;: 'I"S PEELE'll.
"! I w In. i',. l 1it1.' A llir-'it4.:ih irl'etldii it
i al .I.,i, li.i ,i ',. l l, in thi, ctO ihlrv. a ;
s':cui lar,"i i i [h',JirtliOC'. nld1' iij lie K) iie'I
Sp,':-ch tp|in the lpt-,.iiZ; ',f Paj l;ianiieit-
.klicriri'.i b'in. tih. illl.v state wiii,'li can .at
all comiiplete withl ii, I i li uinii !rci::] enter-
pri.s-: ;liind 1il: al .tr',nl hli. h-In i, naturally
Iin.ko.?i lupi lli tll anL t i.: **' nrn tlit i i; -
I.jn ,li i 'nli H er ,'l.litic.l idl nn-
lioi nm- lj eil.'llait ;are' c, ieiloretdl iitlh ea. ii-
e-t daltt itiatinl l. a til iar- ', cir in us anr in-
ts,'r. coari>;. pniillaIt| it \;ill their rnigia itidi
LinJ imnp..r t,,ic,..
Ai'1i-' i", it, tiuthi. a coill nry, whose

d'liid' IIt -pirit i(not exC i il pef i ap- frli''
i,,,, iinctuire fit aii')litiin.) are brinmi'il
he'r liiv intn I I ii n.r cI iiii ct whith thit PVi -
rope ill c uiiinioiiMe- il Iof (.lle-. .Slie is,
lil.iwer'.r Io be cnlt-illet cl iii ainothel'r .enie,
i, i t hickh i :-i iaracttr lh co'i'.ii' hiinlie Iini.g-
initi .ir .in.,I c.. i-t. S he k is ll%. ninfl nil
f.' Illn hilch the italr' o"f civilizition H' iI
ilirui-t''-I i Iinnienlle portion of lthe liibita-
I)c t Ir ;I. ,i- i daji en arilir ig ihe
|ilic-i f i' i, iu-ii:e, ;ii I r'ell .;iii. an> d in-
iril.li ir, h:Z lirl ini ha i d r i ili the.n. the
entir'ii t' nll" civil r'it.i -I rni t(lie ruoliis la-
liion ul iv.lihln. S.' c is. irlli ulh iL. : i [ -
-i rin,ir, l, ih, i 'ranidit .l ; ,:.i l. sh_' i n il-
lillhi'" tie 'i.:.it li liof- i' o iPru'o lteiice. ill
bringii. lih,' %ilI I Ld I) i il'zirees (lint iort'ni i
f it at Im,': cliich la- b; ei tntli'lecr.'eid by
0:;li rs..l i.t1 ) iider anid 1l,,. nilllir-Ml I "
Il it r- l i n .Willt i'i: tcl ti' nt >llY' llv .i ll
i., ,10 n hl ,i tr" ii el,.u.i i.,.k. anI unbh ld
W" Ii I.lilt prinicipl-l, of illvrii, iilnent aiid
law, t thie k.ntwIlr.dIe .anld li' ofr i, tlich.
', 1e I1l unce' emi inti llia:' le to i ll]i, are lie-
\ e l orn'.itte li or a.'llin i -I l i:ll..
Tli*n.!'il- fur nmlaikibi'l. ie believe. 'do
not altnird iJ n a ple-iilll1' 1' a people. (ni et
recoiu ered i ilim liail ha i -.ii,. rilapl)miii initoi
ihe -a\v'r4.' -.t lt. In.li.i tirI L liina are in-
lilillcesi aIt il n c" C ilhIIi'a : tliey lh: e been %
(lite .itt p I n(r ti" liii utille of a -,e
It"' ic!i lie tlile at ie ot Alnerica, and
;illi liher rel.itilin, not unlv to ui, but to the
li, i." t oild, her iitional character, arSill
her pIro-pel itv. t'le limat-trli'- nt linlY of ini-
portatice, l).it O' alt.eclionaite coiidi'ration
I.ir Ei opinpli;s ; iandiI. ai micli, to ha\e al-
%.iy- be-!t accuijitio,e hto ri ,1rd them.--
N alionjl j._al- nrV.:]ti' l thI? subl.iIllrt'iiiI:Ltf ob-
.i'cts oit" oil inni*r',_ial -I 'valrv. bcoinme \io t
under siiili coni.irld ration,; and me lonk
ipon lher enc'rea isin ;and llouriihiii con-
ilition ias a bonuii t tline hole i'orld, and
,i a pure awli! unitised good to the human
'ac e.
\ithi respect In the present speech ,of
Iie r-ih.tlrt. it c'rtti ln oes not afloid
Iman" Iip, s 'fir i \elty. It iIntimate; thit
thle c..o uiewrcial :;'r:.in;ments b,:tween A-
merica altd irl.-indil are likelY to le con-
cl adi il upoln I -tile of rclat extfiint. anll
principlle' ni irniiali liLiiality. We do
not reg.iril ihio, Snot.e t r, as ;:ll ad\iltit;atu?
tii either cotlintr ;' lir comeiiiicitil itreatie-Q
itr- iur'e to be iii 'inged. aind tienl ntiOin-
al i|.ariel. lie tiet' tii e'l|iilice. \\'Iure-
ai. ir C mllmli jel I-. litl't crttirelt7 hi o lcil,
it tilI terl'y ielln11 c 1ula aniid a lard it. ownt
i e Ite! I -In.
'lI'ie dispute witli Spain is alluded to,I
and Il.' prLesnt ciidilioi of( tihe [hlintida.
in cli;Lcally ex.iiiliied. It certainly' ap-
piears. that the President e.';pected tlat the
~pai i-li rvernllient woihld have ceded theta
Fl"oiidla to the UnitedI Staiis ; SilAin lot
bii,'-1 il a cmntlitioai to ;.Litl'y tie demni-ds
of lie United States upnu her treas-iry,
autd beiilt yet less able to keep the frmntiert
p'.i itne-. in dlie- ubrrdiniatioii. fti iiot to
beiapletiiiL'ed. that Spain would gladly sell
the FHiiL.ii to Ainierica ; and America
outild ,Ilat,illv b' lthemt ; but hle want ito
take tflien iin .sati.lactimon ofi bye-gone
.1l.itn ,, llhilt Spaiin i lL del;i'Oill of a new
cuoitiact. and of a better bargain..
V'Wll' re-pect to ille 'execution of the two
Irili-li subjects. Arbitihnot and Ambris--
ter. tlie s~ie.'ecli obset-rv'e a: li;tillois ;--- Co-
ic_ ol' riahe ;i-strutctiiit ii nhe' coiiiniandin',
gefiei.: a ill Ili, curre-p inlencee %itli thlle
'ecretar'y of i%:rl, \ieplaiinini !is limtivei,
Itiid jutilfyitg ii cotniluct, within a copy of
thlie roceediligS of tile comi ts-inartial nil
the trial of Arbutithol and .inli)iter ; atid
o,)f t!ie cirrempiileniice bet'eein the Secre-
tl,.v 1 l statee and tlie minister pitnipoten-
tial v uf ie (11nitell .iates at MAlIidi in, th
tihe gvuerituent ul' Splail, %ill be laid be-
l'o.'e Colt,,r'e-."
'iai. -ri!jectC, will, perhaps, be al\0rit-:dI
to in thihle ii.i. te o' f iion.'i tss, and a cr-
re.pondenlice Lletoteeii l ie British aimba-ia-
du iiand li.': Ainl'ric.aili ini-ter. iUipn thlii
e\tIraorinariv ocil'irence. is expected in
be ainatii heli paper-, to be situbitted to our'
own Ilo:Fse iof (inaiilnoni.
13ut the Inout inillinrait part of tdiis
sphee.l i tline tirnlne'ation rnf tlie new oeltn-
t,'\ rite lllilnoi>I tii the unhain. Thie e1tenti
of the federal hoe'i nrmit liat been almost
doiuled within die last itenty years; and
il may suun become a qilestiun, whetlier it
"ill not be at la-t too hl'rge and unitildty
for the purposes ill any combined political
ino"'eaiintI.. 'The particular slates, in-
deed. lhate their oan laI's and govern-
ment. ani are only united furo political and
lf.let atii've purpo-e ; but it is .carcely
pasible. tie think, to prePsere. for any
lenligth of linime. an intimate union between
state'. placed, aionne of them at lealt. at
the distance 'li Itii thiolSindi mile-s 'l'am
thle other.-dittcitrini in cliniate, lau; ha-
bits, character, arnd in almost ecery lltin*_
but anguage.
it is. himiiever, a nmoit cheering ,conmide.
raiion to ibe'er'e. in this i'eat country. '.
how little (ile national e\pendititre presse-i
IIplon the inicoiiie and labor of indi idual.s.
Tlerte alre no internal ta\es: io ?\-i.e ;
110o pollur iler. ITheii cuitoims nire the inly
iinpliitioIi, mid tlhiey are Iid li pon thle ini-
ports of lii ,.'i'ner-s : and. ilasmnuch as thie
tend tio enciltlour.e thle in:itiuflactlres of

.\inetica. (lie) are a popular tax in tlhe

lBank Checks,
Nearly pninted at the offci of the UL'ioI.

S.-- i' ---- Ti t;;. 2..ri' _; : "'-:, ill .re-'-1h
SL ^i I'ii trii in e pcir mi-amiii.ai on a-uiada1 ni lrnir.f,
Sa J ".j 1.a i ,,,.,ii i a.n d erl ng, at tiii Cai o nia t ir....i1 .
t ,-- i1 c .iaai r ul' If m,.i and Clies.nult street.
PIIIL.1IEtLPH!i. I .._
N Dpmrl'te thii tv n t il iii ltIne- ii n a' i-i', mm Ii
SAfLUltlJ. MORNING, -MARCoLI 6, F ,l I37 .r ,t s l e ,le 4l_ ,I..^ m, I.411,e
-_- -rr, _______ r a. i r age, Mr. JOHN LUZLEV.-
W'e earnni l invite the lde le -'i- ..e pi.,-i l.l,' i'6,l tim t"end
l iii r i-ha':il fi o. lam lace mlii eliirng, Na-'. 36, Jnlnii
4ttcrntionl of iur irre iad i t to e re- sitr. on "l tia'.iy ) rna- ai lig the- 7th int. at 9
pirtl ot ldie <,p inraittee of lthe Senate 'ric:k
l, on eilnesday evening last. afier a
ulf the Lnihl d 'lat'si Lltu iillo ie sulj- Ixl.'-ri-. ;|I .., .vi;rlh te bore ,,l li t thtliri:n
ject of the S'e l; i,,'l ni. It ill e "tnIte I ,-t rI N11 ;, Ill11 LRIt, v idmw of
found to ep itirXandr Miller, m, tlIe 75tiC e-r ol lih r .giff:.
'~ould to e\pi ,' A i- iiei li li aAl I'-, ir Aent .- i,,l a.:qii in i.n ,e I *j line fjinili,
iip.I .i nt la, ,l. it h ret.le or,. kr ii.m n. -rr..-T:r1fil'. i'ilue] 'tel t o atllen lh r 11111in .
'll, i ,ii, t. 'iimoi n '1t 4. o'clock, fioini her late
and to be tlhr.'uT liiij ut a;i \.ri% alI le ,dill iliS- .I.v. li,,g, N,.. I\ 5, i itiuce s.iec-t.
pasio .i it' e',|0.--iiii 'if the c, n'rl ct ill -
the ciuiniiiilin, gd-i;neral, ani of t' li. Sllp NEWS. rKS

dan;eri 'us to'li Il'ia Iy I it silIcii CciiiduLct
up,,n tihe cunstlitutn atld lId t of t[he
co iultry.

We undlertanl tiha,.1 Itmes '. Fi.hipr.

i r 1I' or i'[l"I., in.LPHIII.

S ih' ,',",' S, Inm,.,, "2 div. f,,ritl
Clh ih tl. w Al 4i 'l, &il hileb s. LO .J lii-

Eq. ha-s resigtned Iime aiflice if t PreJsidtlt n.--
iln tie LBank of ti' l iUnited Statle, andI c tIl. iL),
Si;p Fiiz.1 A.ii, L. .ni lnn, Chi nrls'nn,
ti at i L ln4 iin'l Chl vees, I'E, p e\pl.tle d P. l'nlon .' t .limt, .a.hl'. IEliza, it.in.aing, Sa-
lliis day Io be elected ti fill the vacdiic l'h. lh Im., P t -c ot.l;i ,Iu,,p L lh a it .U'dar,
D U rtllitcL N,.L. \'i k.
S. %1 #) RA NI \.%
It is st:il.d in i London paper, tilat ,elw,,b;K L..it. Skill, irt, fuom C onton:;
thie full)sih ,im, tllla clinto f \1. Frulleyraiil. S1,,d iui liht.u., ai'dgran, floin Triin.ld d, in
S. Cuba.
i i rl ci l.tilita in 1 P.tis, upolln the s! late IIg Y,mrlcraw, n T.is, ol PliI idelphia, at
lif allsilts o, ca--lti.Ue b\ tile dlime n.ion, .i n I il.tn I'in-m LLitni.ie.
,o t -. 9S' *lip Iter col, -I 1 C.iiib, for New fnrc. from
liu ing lite miniltry. he sa. s iI is li Cia a- L u. ,p a.,i, L it iI d l.ld, itbh t, ,,i ,ui.l. i.i
inm tet i ce l t : f* l / .'l. lI'c Aliit i11,n CIucodIlle. cleaLcdJ- L i .Il on
-t 'd inil, lor illn portl
1k', l e it I:. .Si: Sp p ,.,''. ,./ nt C;.a i r..i, a, '"':Lr I i t'.I ,llot, Nurlon, li iice at Halrnais'
l .. I I.-i. IIM ula e jt li id t
q'T lIPP l(1 Or iFn'l :I:h P.t '1IF.IN l'.
W\e i lde it froinm Slihie it naumluiritl, rp, OlI OUI COlI:lI.SPO.NI)r-'TS
that ALL thi KiL-trit la ltm kLs' ln,. % ,t .- O i.', oftf'.a .l1 cl'i". I.lrl'e ",t '
pele.ied their -.el ie ,il lil k- t,: a e- NII W i K, -,larcih 5--A rr bmii Pom.rmt,,
e ,mletl [h i. l il .-,1 i il l a.-.i 4 Jd.)s ifrom I l.i % i':i l 1, iii uiii.ilA-e.C.
are further itiirt-nae-lh, tli.a lc.-e HB.nk. -,, ', n, e,, ig ir .. i '-,i rt Feb 1' i tt 1i .
will nt resumtne ltie pa'mtn-it of specie te.nza. wiri hbormled by tile nBuenos A.%rr.n
until tlhe I hiio liaanks sh1.l 1linve dune so. bl1 .1' ur.tdon, c..pt. Fi-Anklai, ',-i a Cuill-:L;
' iii irilorniaillun ma bu elled on. ilt..' m.i i lih e i.,J c.i ptuled .3 -..il sand .ri,.r,
-- q ul1 only thiee if' theni-markets dull, Io'uer
The ship tl-,rn, iissell, hatri;r;ve.lat lirlomesS' 13; llug' ld 13, beef 17, pork 22
inole fr,' ullu ip tic a-0K Otc .it 11, i ii i J- C.irgia (. -.'
5o ic il Ml. i.-, a p. .. 'NOIRFOLK. ., 1rchl 2-Arr. _loop Veneli,
I.fou ms 1.11. tht e U' s's i.,i) 1, | w,rO 1'.\l0t la d, fi, m I't1111..1). and I, Fom rii t L ape ( of
fri.ir. thie N \i c.:niatl \a- p. p- il l n i llIt i 1a I -'" 'i i a rI'l ani' lisI i:.
Ocitbcr, 13 I.:,gl 'l.ufa n Lihe c.., l'ciil i. tI' b c:k .,n uCcoliin t ofr heald w ind sclir
beathui; up for Lims. in1 lilJ Dvis, t11, Fr Ifr Pt IL- I),
ie Cl S,,',i. cii .r \'L,oli, f ih.ld, Petel bUrgli.
from the N ti.io al Iitelligen.:er, Ml.irch 4. 81'AVt INNAIIl, Feb 2- Arit!e, linp lidle
['htl Co.'NG olssi of the Ulilted ratls-i saage, UHaell, I'romn l'uiks lli.ad, I days,
adjourned last evening, beyond witich .'sai, Crlrol;ne, Serrill, or 'ull.[. New Or-
tlleir conslitutional tei'rm in s;-iice d(d kans, and t1 ir.m thies iBli not permit then to extend thie Session. Cleaced, .1,.p lic ouii, iostier (.,I' PIll.
'rhe list il' ithe Liain pased at tie pire- I. I).I Liverpo.,nl
sent se-!sitn, which ite hiall publish, will -"
show 'that has lieen done. Ftr tlli pre- 1l'.JG SKINS, L''.
sent, we must content ourselves u lith I5dIoz. lin Skills.
t.ti tin. ,ioic of lie. nimo t piuiilinenti [i u
ceenlinl.e. 100 t doz. Bark- ttlnniel Skivers',
First i it importance, it mav bi? meni- rISI' receivtn ditii.l fir .;etl- at No. IihSu tti
tioned lltt tile bill lhic'h had pai-sed the tvlis .t (,p amlaia J
Senate, chdilginiig he iii.uic iol d .lsi-ipoia; A1rcit 6-drt
oif. tle Iublick I,n, ttil nrot i,.,.. It 210 B ;irs l' tBiillin 'ltr l
t%1 ilbhb.Ateil l. n1 11i't titiae n e: lL'.la i7r5 10 N
the Hlu-c of lo'Rempresentatives, put as ide E N LIS 1H I T ON,
bi an accileutit l iitetiI llti il ul Ilt l o io- lI -
ceet ling ullit., and nui it- il edl. l i.t gi ., *l- I ti s .t B',tl0 I R -I n i I.'TI N,
however, tranialredl, to shl,'w that '-,u, Su llitllel F1'ln I'ir.
where aillit't twhi third, if the Holise No I-'7, Dunk sreeI.
twere in latviur uf tile priuciple of tlie 2.38 l,.ar I I 4 i 3 Pi 41 0 12
bill, awl that at iwouhl dhate Ipaiedl had 2 ito 1 \1-4 x .12 31 2. I )
timie been allowed for a, priaper dicunit. i .l- ,I 1 1 12 I J 71 2 -'6
of it, whlichli wi& vll'nieutly ilde ield, iniil 1"3 di I 1 x 3 3 4-10 3 i 8
a itl soine reto ,ason too, by the opponents 7'2 nI.i 2 3 4 -1 I .J 'o 3 8
of tlie hill. Indeed, tol in any proiitinimins xi .\ 1 2' ,I 3 213
of real iimpurldiice li at flrtilt: aito e isu t..- I 1. 12 4 '3 41 2 10
sun, slept out liteir existence. ,3 'do .a 1 s4 ,are .iI-1 0 ti
Th'lie ill authmnir.ig tile establisliiu ent 1. i tin 7.d ,ill.re .1 3 ; 3
ofa Piuoisiounal (Gilerninent fir Flsrida. 121 rio 1 Inch do 40 2 17
in lie event of lie ir.itiliction uof tlihe 4 do 1 l-4 inch do .0u 1 1
'Treaty oflCession by Spaiii, lus beculne 1- ,rs a J -
2]i J, b-irs ad ] .5.;i 3 I'J
a law.
The hill fivinai thie day (the second 3 ,n, fi_.; f
MIilnday in Noveliber) folr tlie nieeting ,
of the nliet (I',ill;esi, wlici lhad pa-sed 0i be Sold Uh t 1Priviite .1tl:
tile Seate I, failed in thie lHouse if ltepre- (' ThE elk; mitt oill I.h.i1i,ldI
senilti;es, belig in'lefilnitely pustpuned, .Alit-A'l1 11 lirne IOU I1 I\ Nll'l Sir l-
on thie uinitiiln ,if Mr. Barhbour. LtrU-t IiN. Ai.t pe. ui Jdc-nau f
The bill coicerning Invalid Pensioners ,. .:-,e I. ing, i.O c it r--U.e
and tlie bill establislling additional pi t lma.cd ilitb ."- s 1%t n i ,ile't io i 'n10 in iat r hi
rou 'tes, Ihaie libe.ine latius. ,,.- 1,tiei It' ,t a- o b ii; th, il r i'ilit, hli
''ltieact to iiellid lie act incorpnr.i- til IL hatI cd ui lur the .-l' ,'.
tint, tlie subscribers to thie Bank of the Alexmtili.'i" Ai' Calia,
Uonated States, lias become a law. Craeta *re- inn, I''iil.l..lpIlia.
--- March 6. if,,filt- l
T'ie hill in addition to tihe, acts pro- )o 89, of Fre n:an's l .,,lallt ii i l-.
hibniinithe iuiiipurtationo f sl.ne lint F1i IuhLJC lous io!l F1li-
the United Stlae. wais nilt, a. we halid 111*F
supposed, lost., in ctiisrajilience iof ,t disa l1tilll'.
tret*inent betwe n li 1110 o Il- u -ees tI e On I'ridlr,, lthe l':' a M.I11.ch, twill te e ,.1, nilthe
p1ec'lng tI_ amiiendmiients. lt has beculiiu ii-m., is, in "ill ,.h aiim' I i',n," N, o 112,
a law'.and is perhial tlie list interel i "i ir th Si.Nclr plioIcly at uim6,' pa.l. IU
ting Il Ithie nalionl character ,1" arni' act A ,l, y o .A unit,,e-co,,.is..;n
pa.iseld during the paiesent se siini. -
lat tact alul hoi li ti L e S' ,l l'i. t I'o I ;. Ul s'-.U l- ,nl ,-i '' ,
rect the i l a ir d tesel, of ihe IhiL- 3. otes ini M hil (. i i,,, C
intierctep, on tlie coa. oll" A4l'ric; .a rels'ci liere, larbaki.. I l.nble. rlaw i'..-i,
nI'IV tsae el tengimged in lihe slmeu inm.le, mlr.I li. ,i, LI.:g mt I inl.u l .i at ia- ta-l ', Wit, 5ecre' iilu-
tliem into the LiiitL d tale.. It porIJde, L .,I ti e iges r,,l -prings,
allowance or'tL enIlty five lirs inr every slate allati-giia and-Fiancy I'.ailour Clhair',
brought into thel 1 tiu d asatc hind.r circim M.lm.4 Card 'T il.-.
sataic s.justif.\iing the beliefot'' at. intention toI 2 eflceg ,it Pariia P. cel.nn Vases, ;he nil.U.-
intronau Ithem illegally into thiie niled StLaties lions nl l.lied tll) am hirl 'r.c artist,
amid i l' tit'ly olli I'l e.1cli slate ilic'vercil AIl elegant .Maliule Click, Ig,.iJ time keep.
tl have been ailleg.hill inlroducad linho ihe Un,- er,)
led States. The slaves, when this' captured I'.rlounr Window Cirti. ins nit lgilt Coan nime,
on the ocean, or dl;4cis ve l'e mu Oin o ei c n iry, to iit ig- bi, ,l. ni..-t di,.tii gi,-]I. l ni.. ci-.,
b,. hel tin t ltst ly thie United Slates, until tlhe, 1, m dern il i'u 'idi. i., 'I'.'.L, Lecier i r r .'.
can be transpurlcd ba.ik to Africa, &N.c. lhinoJ g'ny loni post IUedasted,. \m in .ll.,i.u-
-- ginll Cortnises,
Brevet Gcieneil J..nme Miller, at present a Do lti:eaius and Wasih S:tmId, highly ftial.h-
Colonel in tlie .A inm is rapii.nteid to be ed,
taovernour in the ne.w 'T'ermitory or Arkano-.'.'. Do Wardrobe for Thable finen, &c. 1
liabeit Critlenden ii s a-ip .)iilel Secreta ,..t Matre-.. .
-iiil Terrtory. .O,
-r" '"' --- A very rich tind c.dn-pii, scI i- i P ,i'i o'mrc'i -
%1 11 N A.% L'K lain. ior Te'r 91 seti Lii.-.l ,, ii...-.LLI l ait bur.-
A toll .ll L, l (. .iirn C l u
19 Lidien d gobh
M 1 li1(.1c l. t S ,ni;. I 1 e A., ,-i., l ,,t le ui, a-. s Sid er, u' f, lhe bLest
6 S-imindat:, 6 19 5 41 10 .37 vwokmnIri.hip,
7 *uiiti. 6 lb 5 1.? I 1 Ivoiv I~.- S l Me "T'e Caddy,
8 1in..itm\, 6 17 5 13 0 2 Some Cut Glass and I'lii.; i Ware, withava-
9 l','esiL.n, 6 16 5 -14 0 14. rietv tof'uoilier articles not enumerated..-
10 W'ednesd..i, 6 14 5 +6 't 59' Maybe viewed on the day previous to the
11 'iIhursulay, 6 13 5 47 43 sale.
12 Friday, 612 5 48 2 26 T'. B. Freemanl
] u100n'S I'iASI"S. March 6-dts Auctioneer.
Os''. Hti-u;r. Minutes. -
First ) 3.: 3 30 A ,4 STATL'r meeting of the L.ibeu ty 1S .
Full., 11 6 1 A fl. Iuicket Company wil lbe hellt the e'ei-
Last C 18 11 40 A .ing at 7 o'clock at thle usual place.
NeW 25 6 23 A iDWARD V. IILL.m .'.\ Se'ry.

=-- _

Trnuii -i ',Is

\'ic CiiI ern

Slooll o1pe.
On S miliiinv II. f li iitL ,tl I .'clock. it 1he
Nit .i C.,i.eil'cou .', will be s ld, to oir-
d As' ,," .\i.4'hi '
L a' Tle SinlopH OiPEii'i,
\ A s .x1 s I il .1 1 sLI eI

I .n ) 'lirten' Il Jeul li L I v I 'toI')
Li I ,ir ,, ll'-.
J. tiuines .' J. I, Lif,[fii ul't,
Alrchi 5-dt.s Aii,:t'ne-er.c
\'l ,ll_ .J A 'l'a'i I _N I.'t;

ClI I STN UT Sl ILl -. I
March 5--d3lwlS

tI.\1i: NOT'ICE-- lie .v pl;i:.i to Lie lu.
IB noeurable Judges of'thi- I) ,tr.ct C'o'irt for
the ci'y and co.,.:-. or P'I'ild-delplha fir the
L,.. r...'ii. .f the sie r I, iC t- !.. Inic.ietic\, .,nl
they ir,,.e pp'i;nl...-'. thle ilth l .1 M ch iiint.
at 10 o'clock, when you ma att nti.i
\\ LLl .%i .L M'CALLA, Mterchirnt,
In -il S*P ri.'e tb -itL' \rl i re.t.
FPhl-'.i-l.'i.t D., hI. i' ors .p.ahrinic.a ,
S:.!i..i *thL, 1':19 i. V-.fmww

PhIi't laciua- ,li a id New YI'ork '


F OItl elh e\pres. recoa-nimiiir ioin oft Ihe citi-
zens of P'in ,llelplna and Ne; Yirkl, the
aibaie ibcler olfer foi r ital i.c II pal ini,,-. L la,ian of'
C''ic,,, ., ihl.:li (',,* comin r l .,i.l '. curilt sliall
ulit bie 3 ij0 l ia ietl b 1nit iim,- .l c.i .chl es ;In i lie
ciii n- .1, ito I!la- the UL. i I] l CoUia-:h lff.-i -
; itd JIil.l'- Hu .l ,,i hl at .', I.rl:., .milI 'ar.ve
Ini t v -1..ril line ; s-ai '..tn 1 i lt/,e Ci'c lnichi
'n. ill ci-r .s ti,? N-, ir I'h ilc .i, C a-i, I i,.:i -
'Ia', [1.-ne wll tobe iii l.r h .h min aiiccii..n s
Lhe .il ii," is. %ril t' It c ,llu ir%' '' Pa, arnii
v -.u iu .;t, i. nd lur- f '1 d4 ll' 1ii ili C.,.,ci c ii bbe
i.ak.i. i' r, pui uIl... shall 1,t11 be dis'o ib-'.l
IU1 .1 p.iistiigel'. liForse.tsaidply attlIhc .bote
Chester BIiley
J. L on i Soils.
lMr'rh 6-d:f New uVok.

IM )It \M111 .itS-lN'S IIENIFI I'.
t' st s .,I t el i tlr i. L It .l A .hnio., i'Tl" .'. 7,ent.
'.'11iik E niimg, aJrc-i 0,
To r. Inn..lice wtitlI tihe
Eqmui-striial I entry .
Madame Caua.ll=i, w il go tliirouia lSliihCr e-leg'mnt

Ti;-,'lt Ri pe.
AL SIi 11i1ll.
\lis \Vlhee!,imn iI i.i on'l.- hmr-e, ir-irt"irjn her
el' .11 i ILs ot I1 .11 r-T ii-m s l ip.
,im. i ul 11II cu.iirchlii.' i'ilth (liltt tn;m in Aine-
Or, .lV aer FPiece ,, J.scrphi,.i ,i.
M nir .-Cius,.n, iill, i'.,r lier(.\ll WI I LL)
b i-elit, p.l-it.. r ii I a- en l. ;n ii v t e
C.1iml' o r'.lmi i it.
March 6

Mllt. DUFF'. TIIIID NI'.mrT.
'Fhil KIcirin., Maircih G. 18 O,
11ll 'he pre';tie ed i not .iclm al .is Sr i,,) .i
N.-.> .%Mclu1 i ) mr tick iJer... 111 J a.s1, ail:.d
D7 il.'s Briige.
CouI rPa i .0, IMr nT,
( li. I-s npi .- e i ne i l r h ui'r -.
Ih it hi -h lie \ % ill t,, Ih I. ,il ..i-.i r '' 'it c .
h'l -iJt.ii m lll iill hala aill e't|l]' a'.' Itae -
'" li ,ih ] Iu C i- u .,,'m ", ,.i hl --1 li' I i. h -rl
Ihi, lier.t r lai I -- .'iiet'i .-lkai-:h, and, \\I'l-

CI ll iilre .- .. I Ii :. .11 linrrke'
A itt r .1 l ia h .*I liln thi ;. lI e ,mioi urii' "
ifL I,' lraAina, c-'ll'-'lI
-A 'Ji L0 uolr v.iWttrV.
C ,i Rluint i, ,,r It"ii'
O ni 11.1 1 I,l.-ll..]n;In --\rniti-t l ] hi \r hif'
beig il. II ,,t rlg li bul uone uI ll ti L lgage'aliri t.
Mm, h6

Shiie'ifl"s Sale.
IDi tirnle ilf a t tni0-i \ e'liliiinni Esp-'.nas to

I ill 1, ,!,, .i b I',,blilc f orditp.
On i10mi.ll line I ,I ihi at -e,-.-1 I o'clock
i; Ill- el t. ilia uat 1itC 1.0 l -. allLat Cuo i'l:
r 11 t hIlat c"ain-in Lot or Pii'rr nf
i8| ,,I,,.1, m,,l lh il,.., .-... IV -l o0k
SSly \ g .....b '" i- I. ", i. ...'fet, I a SI -cr.
t I -itil l-on ili ... i b- 1 r 11i lti1
ltreeL, iua tal '.an *-rilla t I ll ,.iV. li arI Sc. ,itlli
ire-.ti-, i th, .I -'..n-e ,f .' hi 'id.tid .in.!,
r Iiir t 't a.i alt l .ii'l I ,nl i i h.m '- ,.1 -i d unI at"
Saii I ii 'I LI -C'i i .i.ii ; li. i i.e iJu lit rn
S, | l -'h. 'ir :i..let- fti'cr til in ln tl' uli'r
,.i i I ia-t h! i l'be.i :i Id ien y' Ifeet, to ., si:i-
Ita a i tr a d'i| i, ,Uaa--II- illl.aci. t si1 .a il't :lli'j
, .i' al I,. g inii .,1 ,.,i l hib \Vil,ana
I'm,. iillet a i l i ii i i. 1 Joli ill,, 'inu a n ,ri',t--.,,iil
I t i Fl, ,ui lin i ,,. < l 0 i 'ml, '-r]i td i i ir sll c' l ii ,
U ll. l 3 d 1), I i- th ,-" li -,.c a ll "I...
.'-le wlr vThi e 'l e niiin.iriiiiln iC -i -miild itrivi'lstit nl
in '.l .. f 'Iti '. ie uairtl, rind i.' a it l i'
,I l. l."l l -~eIne ul. sulj i l ts i -;.ilt l i T' i
'ltt:il',i' l lI'n hundred n a ild 'Si lit i t.il u'rs, p.iv-
aolt la.iii' at.^ i
SO l I i.i n in .eculir.n ai tl -- pr.,-
pert, ,'i b'no my <'G ini, :m, d Il hi ',ii bly
'llu oNiitc T il' l in, il",.lit'.
S',ei ill "s u lr,-, l' iil.l liphltli ., .u M 'icli 3 1819.

LN.t ? -eirdIity.
l'P'l'id.h1) in :t,,r m ,in _ei, Ci r rl;r.'ae,
lil it.l I 'iV I l ~al ..- l ..l' ,.. lO .\1 l .. .
sc, tu b 1:-.. 1 !o,. i >i r hi. i t ,,I tie .,mn'i ,
anl u ill Il.l l i intll (-L'ii'r:ie lie \'-, riti h.Li' n', \ il '
.a id .i,ll ll l el :i, _liall a Cul- -- IJlla- Dallm.lr,
r. il ii Hi ,hikn,

Sr'i'r. ()tft:t;o.
O ?il r ui'h ,i. l le ) hi' l 'u tt t o0-(I'- r'l-ic, t. -it
tI ': tIer' liJI"' 'm t ll.i IlJoi L will Iii l ,a.d
t1.1 cl !l'. ll lt.I t 'o .
"is' '1 he subl. Ocint'o.
4,, r1h tn I'11, of the ht i e e:.
oi.,ii I ci'ima- l Iii b-im, 'l anil in:iy be
-cil ii 'e \. iill. hula et .pii'it, i,' tOt Siit~a i
'l,'-il a..- S 'uie nira.- i, ici s.i li in '.ke'l's
stit lot't, north -.uhe hin S[,iin'e iri'uLt i in'--
lier oin l r mli i i n it l ran i-.' I,''.. Il- i' im i
be seen (ill bojii l .aid ..t lt he il .i.' fl f.' I "
loiese. Teroi piiUrou iil cndortied Im.iitm .ma. I
and 6 monlthls. :
S illinses S* Lippincotts,

J. Hu1 nes L-J.< N '. Lippincott
No 6, sotl'il riIONT riILET.

On Mo,Jdjy moiunng5, at II o'c1uck,.
.'3 lhds :nubc,vado sugdr
T?3 )Xbses bion.'1 hlitan.i auger
41) bags ildp Al ile CoIc ke
Ju qu.irter client s yolng lhson Itex
.5 hall' qr. do.u do do
6 qjuircr cer.ts c iyon _kin do
a fe'w boxes padre, ipecii nud poucho'ng
soucholig te.,lt suiperiodr quality
5 Iipl, 4th lonof cii one brandy
10 lilr dI. 3ld pinf w't indcu rum
6 lh.d rhrl..;,:.s
10 kt i. r l..-ne
1 bi.\is '6 oqu alit3 English mustard
2 ca-k4 allntii
I.i, n r-. 11 bniastone
WIt'i ba -., -'t..'t oil, 5 bhis madder
''3 bnxse Spui.1si Ci c,,rst
Al<,, q lnilty ot fi 'iurei. suitable for a
grict-.yv ltrie.
A quantity uof figs ;n b..xes do. raisins iti
8 hbils yellow aclre.
.5') r vli.is vyiiiiig hsno ter.i.
6 bi lca h'.p', )J Jd.ZLn bru.lies, 1500 bam.
j3uo buishel, L.ii rpoil fiue salt.
OAd Sherry iJ e.
On MNn.I v moinninr, :a liall' past 10 o'clock
Vll be sold, a' N. 123. sotIl Front street
bicli.,w \aaiut' street,
33 pipws .i l-'icr,'ry Wine, ne,,t as imported.
Li'('rpolI %-re.
On" llNiiiL y ual'ey ii'Lr'i, at 3 i'chiik,
I'0 .aii, nd il hh.l. Lierpllld war'e.
5 ) b'ix.- e eling ,:,p. i a I p i .isi

l" y Jennilin-,. JIolles> CO.
ho 34, S Front Street.

Tl'hi morning at 11l o'clock, at the auction

5 bh'is fir.t qualatr a.l coffee
.3 Ili d. ( 'oi, si1-.r
10 pipei wes p .iiker gin, neat as imported
.5 pipe- CCognac ba.ndy
1'.- q,' chlest.s li',:,g I)son tea
10 do lIysn-imn .kin
10 hlial r 1% I ,o "'-ciitig
IJ I,bl.- N. Scotu n.ackerel
S1.1 l''xcas lierri'gle
4 ctA.es liqiaurieC.
Hi,1 r1' CClhir-;.
tn Monil ly the 8th insr. a. a l' f p it ..'clnck,
.ilhl [pre 'NS [l te Dri til di .lie,
I.4 I'jeio c Ai;r, .,t ihe m..t i.'sl.Ion.Ible
*l,.,pr--, .d or tlie b.:ar qiaiit..s- i:.i iniv
lit t iev eal at the iar;'mAn ,tore from Friday
nolullinii' aitil rhie limetol alet.
Stagi Sale.
On M3r.ndy A g ra'I:':,Il i -q ritincitI ,rl'lI. 3', 1 rg -.,d co',iist.
sstili( of ptilit, pmper mai.l tr-rh Irnfm ahirt.
Iig., 7 '3, .-'a &t I 6 4 r. .El a,,d cli-cvi pilnk,
l,.ic. li.ck .rnd bufl .-ingliams, 9 8 .mI.l 6.: fine
an .unilrio ln.0 Camin'i t ickillniill., bin k, j:.'l: .net,
rlirill i'r 'I l t '.i ncy d- mrni- andni ir,i,- :0ot.
ln ;,it'! n'-ted lose, line chnoppiIa m 119 aid
t.inlaiUni. plain sand ciin)s bncil dal.r.nesis,
In.,.. me li'k, i, k crrlp.'s, '" r- d .l i1. ih
Il'nil-, Ir.'nii lin n'ni, tl ernt'Jirkj., -lperfilc,
nnml.lit g tiid I'.,u pil .I ct llh., linhiii.a'.la
'.i'.,lii't, l.'ae.l;ick si lmirri cl. .:ks .in cl.ani.
ta.r' -, l.'bi n _ile lI,,i C lmill :.' assnim"'-,.s cot.
aim aill.. Lu'iii tin i .a...rtLed, siH-ll-uin ellas, 1...
dlies I'h .\is JI L C-s, il'U!", -1C 1C.
r1' riec 'I1i read Lacei.
On (I ,r, d.v, nt hailfI'r ,i ? ,"'cl-,ck,
1 cas:; 1-Ieici I lin.-dl LI.ccs, asimirttq nualities
i iiliiI Fo'toe.
On Monday I all" pit 2 o'clock,
a1ll ie ,,i 1,
A very cle-ani fine '.,ne Pi;ano Foa-te, uew
,11 li Si..'J i ti,' beirs it knii .

Nu. Soini lFront street.

Books ai d Stationlnry.
l]ii 1 ai>d i.' 1'1'.11 i 'y, aiUd tiAtirditd y \ it .
iig. 6 i ,'clck,
Att the Sliakp alie Ihiiihl.-inr, will be suld,
A l.a ie .iil I.xt nsive .-, i m' ..i of Lv',
M .-c:l..ie.iri, I I. 'luogic-il, and Sclo'' ol In, ks.
L.iill, PI pe,', Inik |iiolwdir, fc u ell .ril tlihe
:,Ll-ni-ni c. i it'c l mli h. iir .tl ind alers irt
llam" Li alItli 01 ''1i1'. in
On aMitnl:mS ",ftlrrll.i., at half p:a-t o'clockk,
it il.C (-iC .iActi.Ct i '.inim :,
%n ', ,ui',in itn. ca .c'-,, l....i. T D InT f .JOD Sq,
inningrg ti M' i rc-i i ickuiiet- n nil c:inib it K iniltS.
liin stei..ni, nir I ).%,, i lo'o.i, liil tngv I.d ichs,
11 l.; i.r, ,ll.rnrclaf-, gl.,,diril,- ., i elvit cOldi ,
[i nri ,';i, .. en s Al i n. ia c',li.llr-, Irish ia ic '
anl, 1 l..l. ike ir ii, i li.i ,iid llhi, tfl n-
lint l..j,:k k -,r'iI a- ie a 'Irwtr.l i n l ii. o "o.
nri i.'- hn'i- ,.., llen ihirt's iiddi4wer., i.i-
lie,,llt ., I'a c ti ai. '_ii rtL. :in.l himpen..r i bni -
lln .l ihlj ai.11 cotito unibuell ,s.c ,roln hirn.Jl, -.r
i. .l-, ith.i c phl:il silks and scinslin- s, 5, jn-
ltol tl.i..lh.:1 hl.il. r.'".in:n I I ,1 ,la r l' lo .. ali.I 1
'ij' ti.. o tli.r ,. le- ai!;.:ird 1 to cli. season.
ddliciilm .
A\t Ii s imli.n IIn -an." place,
6 [pi '.: e llijli ICip' it.ig of modern patterns
I'.tzali~iIOI C ) lp;iilimi k.

I'ri g Iile:'niza.
'On S..'ir.l-ir ner.t, the 6hi itachi, rat the Met-
cl ,ni.' c.il,-ele.am -e, precisely a' I a'clt,:k,
iC ''hc well k.oi n :an'l rcmiik.dalI) lana
'1 to t'l, tlh
S BniGllllERNIA;
ijilt oit lie he-t mnaletijA by ,'.
Marsh, of this city, is copper fi;'eneil, ]- l!,.;
aon rhe stocks, ali lately coppered tlu !.s btn.Isi
v ii 2 h,-.: r'plci-I- x clh.an c.ble ;nJ it-
'iU ',;ili a ill ilittiatory, .nd c(an be sent
ilt'lil t.iCis0e or 1>l i '' .aii part of the
'raid; h'Ii laril 24 4 'ii tfiai%, d'id a;ils i, m.ar-
Ii ''i .lm She -. -Sic-may L.'e. .i nelll .a1 Caijiper's
i iI ', lie C''.i i,; o Ci L'lli< n m le ii s i,, i. l .ir
aS' tO &I iti tl, N,). 7 i, Sllifli Ili..llt '.i. -r' .
I''rni%, :ip|'rota 'n l tan Ii le lates t 5i dd i

l1 1U?.s NJ. e 11" I 1ippiieolt0
3M .,r,.:h I- II'.',t- .1 t," nlol.,i .

J.eal Estate.
. S AI.'M
*I HIT 1- \1 II ,\L ql!\l NIi .' LT

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