Providence patriot, Columbian phenix
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Title: Providence patriot, Columbian phenix
Portion of title: Providence patriot & Columbian phenix
Alternate title: Providence patriot and Columbian phenix
Providence patriot and Columbian phoenix
Providence patriot
Physical Description: v. : ; 53 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Jones & Wheeler
Place of Publication: Providence R.I
Creation Date: March 6, 1819
Publication Date: 1814-
Frequency: weekly[june 16, 1832-]
weekly[ former jan. 15, 1814-dec. 26, 1818]
semiweekly[ former jan. 2, 1819-june 9, 1832]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Providence (R.I.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Providence County (R.I.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Rhode Island -- Providence -- Providence
Coordinates: 41.823611 x -71.422222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 12, no. 1 (Jan. 15, 1814)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Jan. 2, 1819-June 29, 1825 and Nov. 11, 1829- have irregular alternate numbering.
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Three Dollars and Ffti tCents fier PROVIDENCE. (R. 1.) SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1819. i ,,. l.......ve, Sees......,O. 19.
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Larws of the United States,
AN ACT to extend the jurisdiction of the
Circuit Cour.s of the .United Staites to
cases arising under the law relating to
Be it enacted by the Senate and House
of Relircsfntatives of the United States
of America, in Congress assembled, That
the circuit courts of the United States
shall have original cognizance, as well in
equity as at law, of all actions, suits, con-,
troversies and cases, arising under ,any Law
of the United States, granting or conlirm-
ing to authors or inventors the exclusive
right to their respective writings, inven-
tions, and discoveries; and upon any bill
in equity, filed by any party aggrieved in
any such cases, shall have authority t9
grant injunctions, according to uie cuL.rsL
and principles of couit, or equity, to pre-
vent the violation of the rights of any au-
thors'or inventors, secured to them by any
la\ Of the United States, on such terrfms
and conditions as uLe said courts may dt...ai
fit and reasonable: Provided, however,
That from all .judgments and decrees ot
any circuit courts, rendered in the premi-
ses, a writ of error or appeal, as the case
may require, shall lie to the supreme court
of the United States, in the same.manner,
and under the same circumstances, as is
now provided by law in other juagiments
and decrees of such circuit courts.
February 15, 1819-Approved,

AN ACT for the relief of Samuel F.
1t it enacted by the Senate and House of
.Repiresentatives of the. United States "of
.4,werca, in Congress assembled, Thatthe
proper officers of the Treasury Depart-
inent be and they are hereby authorized
and required to pay to Samuel F. Hooker,
thile sum of seven hundred and eignty-tive
dollars, to be paid out of any inuics uin tue
Treasury not otherwise appropriated.
.Febru4ary i5, '819-Appruved,

AN ACT to authorize the President and
.Managers of the Rockville and Wash.
ington Turnpike Road Compaiy, of the
State of Maryland, to extend and make
Th ir T 76:j i-. id i. t n
boundary of the city of Washington, in
the District of Columbia, thr'jugh the
said District, to the line thereof.
Be it enac'cdby the Senate and HMuse of
Representatives of the United S,'a:es o&
America, in Congress assembled, That so
much of the law of the State of Maryland,
entitled "An act to incorporate companies
to make certain turnpike roads through,
the counties of Montgomery, Frederick,,
and Washington, and for other purposes,"
passed at December session, one thousand
eight hundred and seventeen, as relates to
the Rockvilif and Washington Turnpike
Road Company, be and it hereby is de-
clared to be in, full force within the Dis-
trict of Columbia.
Sec. 2. Andt be it further enacted, That
the president and managers of the said
turnpike road company be and they are
hereby authorized to make said road from
the boundary of the District of Columbia
to the boundary of the city of Washington.
Sec. 3. Andbe it further enacted, That,
in relation to the process of constructing
said road, and to toll gates, and the rates of
tolls thereon, the said company shall be
and hereby is invested with all the rights,
privileges, and immunities, and shall be
subject to all the obligations which, by the
act of Congress, to incorporate a compa-
'ny for making certain turnpike roads in
the District of Columbia," passed April
twenty-fifth, one thousand eight hundred
and ten, are given, granted, imposed on,
and vested in the company of the Colum-
bia Turnpike, Roads, had that company
proceeded to make the said road, accord-
ing to the terms of the act of Congress
aforesaid : Provided, that the formal writ-
ten release, by the company last mention.
ed, of their right to make said road, ac-
cording to their act w>f incorporation, be
filed, within ten days after tne passing of
this act, in the office of the clerk of the
circuit court of the United States for
Washington county, in the District of Co-
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That
the corporation of Washington are hereby
authorized and empowered, at any time, to
purchase out the said road herein, author-
%zed to be made, with all the rights and
profits thereto belonging, on paying to the
said company a sum which shall be equal
to the total amount expended on said road,
with six per cent, interest thereon from the
date of its expenditure.
February 15, 1819-Approved,

AN ACT authorizing- the election of a
Delegate from the Michigan Territory
to the Congress of the United States,
and extending the right of suffrage to
the citizens of said Territory.
Be it enacted by the Senate and louse of
Representatives of the United States of
Admnerica, in Congress assembled, That the
citizens of the Michigan territory be and
they are hereby authorized to elect one
Delegate to the Congress of the United
States, who shall possess the qualifications

and exercise the privileges.heretofore re-
quired of and granted to the Delegates
from the scver,, territories ot the United
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That'
every free white male citizen of said terri-
tory, above the age of twenty-one years,
who shall have resided therein one year
next preceding an election, and who shall
have paid a county or territorial tax, shall
be entitled to vote at such election lor a
Delegate to the Congress of the United
States, in such manner, and at such times
and places, .as shall be prescribed by the,
governor and judges of said territory.
Sec. 3 ..And be it further enacted, That
the person, duly qualified according to
law, who shall receive the greatest num-
ber of votes at such election, shall be fur-,
nished by the governor of said territory
with a certificate under his official seal,
'-setting forth that he is duly-clected, by the
qualified electors, the Delegate from said
territory to'the Congress'of the United
States, lor the tern of two years from the
date of said certificate, which shall entitle
the person'to whom the same shall be giv-
en ti take his seat in the House of Repre-
sentatives in that capacity.
February 16, 1819-Approved,

AN ACT for the relief of Daniel Renner
and Nathaniel H. Heath.
Beit enacted by the S-,nate and House of
Representatives of the United States of
America, in Ciongreos assembled, That the
.accounting officers of the Treasury De-
partment be and they are hereby authori-
zed and directed to settlethe claim of Dan-
iel Renner and Nathaniel H. Heath, on ac-
count of cordage, sp,un yarns, and hemp,
burned in their ropewalk on the twenty-
fourth day of August, eighteen hundred
and fourteen, upun their exhibiting such
proof of the quanttty aid value of said:ar-
ticles, considering the circumstances they
were under at the time, as ,shall be satis-
factory tu the officers aforesaid : Providqd,
that the amount shail nIot exceed the sum
of'nint-teen thousand eight hundred tirec
dollars and sixty cents.
SCL. 2. And be it further enacted, That
the amount thereof, when .so ascertained,
shall be paid out of any money in the
Treasury not otherwise appropriated.
February 16, 1819-Approved,

AN ACT to incorporate the Medical So-
cityy of the District of Columbia.
Be it enacted by the Senate and H.use cf
RepreLSr'aliv't of the United Stato., ofj
.America, in Congress' assembled, That
Charles Woi'thington, James H. Blaxe,
JohA T. Shaaff, Thomas Sim, Frederick
May, Joel T Gustine, Elisha Harrison,
Peregrine Warfieid, Alexander M'Will-
iams, George Clark, Henry Huntt, Thonm-
as Henderson, John 1-larrison, Benjamin S.
Bohrer, Samuel Horseley, Nicholas W.
Worthington, William Jones, Jaines T.
Johnson, Richard Weightman, George
May, Robert French, and such persons as,
they may, from time to time, elect, and
their successors, are hereby d, dared to be
a community, .orporat ion, and body poli-
! tic, forever, by aid under the name and ti-
:tle of the Medical Society of the District
of Columbia; and by and under the same
name and title they shall be able and cap-
able in law to purchase, take, have, and en-,
joy, to them and their successors, in
fee or for lease, estate or estates, any
land, tenements, rents, annuities, chattels,
bank stock, registered debts,'or other pub-
i lic securities within the district, by the
gift, bargain, sale, demise, or of any per-
son or persons, bodies politic or corporate,
capable to make the same, and the same,,
at their pleasure, to aliene, sell, transfer, or
lease, and apply to such purposes as they
may adjudge most conducive to the pro-
moting and disseminating medical and sur-
gical knowledge, and for no other purpose
whatever: Provided, nevertheless, That
the said society, or body politic, shall not,
at any one time, hold or possess property,
real, personal, or mixt, exceeding in total
value the sum of six thousand dollars. per
annum. '-
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That
the members of the said society above de-
signated, shall hold, in the city of Wash-
ington, four stated meetings in every year,
viz. on the first Mondays in January, April,
July, and October; the officers of the
society to consist of a President, two
Vice Presidents, one Corresponding Sec-
retary, one Recording Secretary, one
Treasurer, and, one Librarian, who shall
be appointed on the second Monday in
March, .one thousand eight hundred and
nineteen, and on the ann 'al meeting in Jan-
uary for ever thereafter, (not less than
seven members being, present at such
meeting:) and the society may make a
common seal, and may elect into theis body
such medical and chirurgical practitioners,
within the District of Columbia, as thley
may deem qualified to become members of
the society ; it being understood that the
.officers of the society now elected are to
remain in office until the next election af-
ter the passage of this act.
Sec. 3. And be itfurther enacted, That
it shall and may be lawful for the said
Medical Society, or any number- of them
attending, (not less than seven,) to elect by
ballot five persons, residents of the district,
Swho shall be styled the Medical Board of
Examiners of the District of Columbia,

whose duty it shall be to grant licenses tto
such medical and chieurgical gentlemen
as they may, upon full examination, judge
adequate to commence the practice of the
medical and chirurgical arts, or as may
produce diplomas from some respectable
college or society ; coach person so obtain-
ing a certificate to pay a sum not exceed-
ing ten dollars, to be fixed on or ascer-
tained by the society.
Sec. 4. Ad l-c it further enacted, That
any three of the examinerss shall constitute
.a board for examniling such candidates as
may apply, and shall subscribe their names
to each certficate by them granted, which
cei tificate shall also be countersigned by
the president of the society, and have the
seal of the society affixed thereto by the
Secretary, upon paying into the hands of
the treasurer the sum of money to be as-.
certained, as above, by the society ; and
any one of the said examiners may grant
a license, to practice, until a board, in con-
formity to this act, can be held Provided,
that nothliii herein contained shall au-
thorize the said corporation in any wise to
regulate the price of medical or chirurgi-
cal attendance, on such persons as may
need those servic.-s.
Sec. 5. Arndblie it furtherenacted, That
after the appointment of the aforesaid
medical board, no pr. rson, not heretofore a
practitioner of medicine or surgery within
the District of Columbia, shall be allowed
to practice within the said District, in
either of the saiLd branclhe., and receive
payment for his services, without first hav-
ing obtained a license, testified as by this
law directed, or without the production of
a diploma, under the penalty of fifty dol-
lars for each offence, to be recovered in
the county court where le may reside, by
bill of presentmert and indictment; one
hall for the use of the society, and the
other for timi of the iifot'ne r.
Sec. 6. And 6.' it f, r/.-r enacted, That
every perso.i who, upon application, shall
be elected a me:,,br of the Medical Soci-
ety, shall pr.) a i.uio not e:icecling ten dol-
lais, to be as:erit.ined by the society.
Sec. 7. And L. it further enacted, That
the Medical Society be and they are here-
by emponetred. from time to time, to
make such by-laws, rules and regulations,
as they may find requisite, to break or al-
ter their common seal, to fix the times and
places for the n'eetin.; of the board of cx-
aminers, 6fi1'n o n v .an .ies in thle nedi.
cal board, aid to do arni perform such oth-
er things a- may be requisite for carrying
thli act into execution, and which niay
not be repugnant to the constitution and
laws of the United States: Prao ided,
Thatnothing lcitin contained shall ex-
tend, or be construed to extend, to pro-
hibit any person, during his actual resi-.
dence in any of the United States, and
who,hby the lawsofthe State wherein he
doth or nuay reside, is n'A prohibited from
practising in either of the above branches,
fiom practising in this District: Provid-
ed alwvays, That it shall and may be law-
ful for any person, resident as afo'rsaid,
and not prohibited as aft.resaid, when
specially sent for, to come into any
part of this district, and administer or pre-
scribe medicine, or perform any operation
for tile relief of such to whose assistance
he may be sent for.
Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That
Congress may, at any time, alter, aniend,
or annul, this act of incorporation of said
society at pleasure.
February 16, y1819-Approved,

AN ACT, to increase the salaries of cer-
tain Officers of Government.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House
of Re/.'rc.crntati',rs of the. United States
of America, in Congress a.ssemnbled, That,
instead of the salaries now allowed by law
to the following officers, there shall be
paid to them, quarterly, the foloI, ing an-
nual salaries, respectively ; that is to say :
to the Secretary of State, six thousand
dollars : to the Secretary of the Treasury,
six thousand dollars : to the Secretary of
War, six thousand dollars: to the Secre-
tary of the-Navy, six thousand dollars: to
the Attorney General, three thousand five
hundred dollars: to the Postmaster Gene-
ral, four thousand dollars: to the Chief
Justice of the United States, five thousand
dollars; and to each of the Judges of the
Supreme Court of the United States, four
thousand five hundred dollars : and to the
Assistant Postmaster General, and Ad-
ditional Assistant Postmaster General,
two thousand five hundred dollars each :,
to commence the first day of January, one
thousand eight hundred and nineteen, and
to be paid out of any money in the Treasu-
ry not otherwise appropriated.
February 20, 13 19-Approved,

RESOLUTION authorizing the trans-
mission of the Documents accompany-
ing the Report of the Committee to
examine into the proceedings of the
Bank of the United States, free of pos-
Resolved by the Senate and House
of Ref rv.-eniatia'. s of the United States of
SAmerica, in Congress assembled, That
Sthe Members of Congress, the Delegates
From territori'es,the Secretary of the Sen-
ate, and Clerk of the House of Represen-
Statives, lie and ,hey are hereby authoriz-
edel to transmit, i\ee of postage, to any
Ii Post-Office with'-, the United States, or

the territories thereof, the documents ac-.
companying the Report of the Committee
appointed by the House of Representa-
tives to examine into the proceedings of
the Bank of the United States.
February. 15, 1819-Approved,

AN ACT authorizing the President of
the United States to purchase the Lands
reserved by the act of the third of
March, eighteen hundred and seventeen,
to certain Chiefs, Warriors, or other
Indians, of the Creek nation.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House
qf Representatives of the United States of
dAmerica, in Congress assembled, That it
shall be lawful for the President of the
United States to purchase for.and on be-
half of the United States, any tract or
tracts of land, reserved by the act of the
third day of March, eighteen hundred and
seventeen, to the chiefs, warriors, or other
Indians, of the Creek nation, whir h they or
either of them may be disposed to sell;
and the amount of such purchase shall be
paid out of any money in the Treasury not
other" ise appropriated.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That
any tract or tracts of land, the title to
which may-be acquired by the United
States, by virtue.of this act, slhall be of-
fered at public sale, at the land offices of
the district in which they may be situate,
upon such day or days as the Piesident
shall, by proclamation, designate for that
purpose, in the same manner, and on the
same conditions anid terms of credit, as is
provided by law for the sale of public lands
of the United States ; and patents shall be
granted therefore, as for other public lands
and town lots sold by the United States.
February 20, 1819.--Approved,.

AN ACT for the relief of Benjamin
Be it enacted by the. Senate and House
of Ref.re.i.-.n',ivi, of the United States of
.'mer.ca, in Congress a semblid, That the
Secretary of the Treasury shall be author-
ized to pay to Benjamin Pool, the amoui:t
of a judgment recovered against him
by Humphrey Moore, in the Supreme
Court of New-Hampshire, in conseqence
of an ertoneous assessment of his proper-
ty, together vi iii tie costs of suit, and all
reasonable e:;pcnccs and charges inuidentm
to the delencc ol the said suit.
February 20, 1819-Approved,

AN ACT for the relief of Adam Kinsley,
Thomas French, and Charles S. Leonard.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House
of Rrpfret-.sntativ.ts of the United Sta.'a oef
Jmer:ca,in Cre..gressa usembibld, That -the
Secretary of War be and he is hereby
authorized to pay unto Adam Kinsley and
Thomas French, such-sum of money, in
addition to that already paid, under a, con-
tract entered into on the twentieth day of
October, one thousand eight hundred and:
eight, between Tench Coxe, on the part of
the United States, with. the said Adam
Kinsley and Thomas French, for the man-
ufacture qf four thousand stand of arms,
as shall increase the price of each stand of
arms delivered under the said contract, to
a sum equal to that allowed to others who
entered into contracts to manufacture and
deliver arms to the United States, on or
about the same time, keeping in view the
quality of the anms delivered by each ; and
that the same be paid out .of any money
in the Treasury not otherwise appropri-
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That
the said Secretary make, the like addi-
tional compensation toCharles S. Leonard,
out of any monies in the Treasury. not
otherwise appropriated, for arms manu-
factured and delivered by him, under a
contract entered into, on or about the time
abovementioned, keeping in view the rules
prescribed in the preceding section.
February 20, 1819-Approved,

AN ACT providing for a grant of land
for the seat of government in the state
of Missisippi, and for the support of a
seminary of learning within the said
..Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United States of
dmerica, in Congress assembled, That
there shall be granted to the state of Mis-
sisippi, two entire sections of land, or frac-
tional sections or quarter sections, not ex-
ceeding the quantity contained in two en-
tire sections, for a seat of government in
the said state; which land shall be located
in one entire tract, at such place as, tinder
the authority of the said state, shall be de-
signated for the seat of government there-
in, whenever the Indian title shall have
been extinguished thereto, and before the
commencement of the public sales of the
adjoining and surrounding lands belonging
Sto the United States.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That,
in addition to the township of land granted
for the support of Jefferson College, there
shall be granted, in the said state, another
township, or a quantity of land equal there-
to, to be located in tracts of not less than
four entire sections each, which shall be
vested in the legislature of the said state,
in trust, for .the support of a seminary of
learning therein; which lands shall be lo-
cated by the Secretary of the Treasury of

the United States, whenever an extin-
guishment of Indian title shall be mad- fur
lands suitable, in his opinion, for that pur.
pose. in the said state. Which grant,
hereby provided to be made, shall be con.
sidered as made in lieu of a township di-
rected to be reserved by the fifth section
of an act, entitled .* An act to provide for
the ascertaining and surveying of the.
boundary line fixed by the treaty with the
*Creek Indians, and for other purposes,'"
passed March three, one thousand eight
hundred and fifteen; and which reserve of
one township, provided to be made by the
aforesaid fifth section of said act, shan be
offered for sale in the same manner as the
other public 'lands in the same district.
February 20, 1819-Approved,

IAN ACT for the relief of Henry Davis.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United States 4f
dAmerica, in Congress assembled, That the
Secretary of the Treasury ,-ause to be
paid unto Henry Davis, of Rockingham
county, state of North-Carolina, the shrn
of forty-seven dollars and seventy cents,,
out of any money in the Treasury not oth-
erwise appropriated.
February 20, 1819-Approved,

AN ACT for the relief of John Clark
Be it enacted by the Senate and House
of Repre.ntnative of ihe United States of
Admerica, in Congress assembled, That the
Secretary of War be and he is hereby au.
thorized and directed to tusue to Jouhn
Claik, late an officer in the Revolutiona-
ry army, a land warrant for the oAuantity
of tight hundred and fifty acres of land ;
which warrant, when issued, shall be lo-
cated on any unlocated parts of the fifty
quarter townships and fractional quarter
townships, reserved by law for original
holders of military land n warrants, in the
manner and within the time provided by
law for other military wart ants, issued for
services in the revolutionary army ; and
a patet or patents shall be granted there.
on, -is in other cases.
February 20, 1819-Approved.

AN ACT directing the payment of eer.
tain bills drawn by Genernal Armstrong
..n *i''or ,v ll-m. Mrrn-i.
Be it enacrFd b,.r th.. Senate an? HI, e :
rf Representiaivti rf the United Statis of
Ainerica, in Congress assembled, That
there shall be paid to Thomas Griffin,
administrator of William Morgan, deceas-
ed, and trustee (of Alexanaer Macauley,
out of any monies in the treasury nut other-
wise appropriated, the sum of five thous-
and two hundred and nine dollars and
twenty-one cents, being the amount of cer-
tain bills of exchange drawn by General
Johai Armstrong ini favor of aaid William
Morgan, master of the ship Louisa, f.ir
the value of said, Louisa, and cargo, under
the Louisiana convention, and which bills
were delivered to Joseph Fenwick, late
.consul of the U. States at Bordeaux : Pro.
vided always, that before such payment
shall be made, the said Thomas Griffin
shall give bond, with one or more sure-
ties, to be approved by the Secretary of
the Treasury, to indemnify the United
States for such payment against all persons
whatever, who may hereafter make any
claim on account of the said bills, or ei.
their of them.
February 20, 1819-Approved,

AN ACT providing additional penalties
for false entries for the benefit of draw.
back, or bounty on exportation.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives of the United States
of America, in Congress assembled, That,
in addition to the forfeitures and penalties
heretofore provided by law, for making a
false entry with the collector of any dis-
trict, of any goods, wares oi merchandise,
for the benefit of drawback or bounty on
exportation, the person making such false
entry shall (except in cases heretofore
excepted by law) forfeit and pay to the
United States a sum equal to the value of
the articles mentioned or described in
such entry; to be sued for, recovered, dis-
tributed, and accounted for, in the manner
prescribed by the act, entitled "An act
to regulate the duties on imports and ton.
nage," passed on the second day of March,..
one thousand seven hundred and ninety.
February 20, 1819-Approved,

"THE subscriber will engage to teach
Sany gentleman, in a few hours, a
short, easy, and correct method, on a new
principle, to clear the apparent distance of
the sun and moon or moon and star from
the effects of parallax and refraction, gen.
erally termed a lunar observation, require.
ing only about half the figures used itn
computation by Bowditch's short method.
All young men pursuing the road to fame
by nautical skill, will do well to inform
themselves by this new method, which can
be obtained on moderate terms. It is well
known that the old methods are lengthy
and complicated, being attended with a va.
\, riety o" cases. Box.oMOM T',irUS
i March 3.

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A person -w.ho takes A lively hitercet
in your' wclIfie, solicits your attentive and
candid perusal of a short series of essays,.
,on the subject of forming a new frame of
gov rnnrt '.hr this State. Irinthat long
interval c nv'.re than one hundred and
fifty years, duringwhi.ch you have been,
governed by the present Charter, perhaps
no period has elapsed more favorable than
t i-e piescrit, fP.r this t1s,.u'sion, andI, what,
Sir much ratCLr conscrieriencc, for carn-
"s tl.- commenc-ning thel in-iportant ,ork.-
"Va ious circunmstancs combineto render
this the happy moment, when the task, if-
un'-crtaker, in a proper ilp 't1, m:,.- be ac-n
r-. p hii iri. The pr..s-.. t a -eriaiti..n is
blcs, ed -iui th, rare and herautil'l spec-
tacle of nearly a whole world at peace.-
b:-., l -I, =. i is Iiglihciie-d in thls coun-
t oiy L.io a cli-.rnplTacert and dignified tran-
'"ti lit)y, lhich las resiul..d fro(i, a war,
whose achievements, without'checking our
prosperity, iha-ve covered ourselves with
glnty, and Fiol:td the world Nihi our name.'
Bt ,ilcs, the aduinisa.irtion of tlic State
is again in the hands of Repiblicans,
who have alwvays.gone Iorcemet in the
Work'of reformation, and discovered the
most zeal to in-prce oui irnsitutio:-is.-
Wc.. hbae also at this lirrr- 2 mc.t 'irc our-
af.inq e:-aniple before us in Connecaicut.
That a people, whose indisposition to
e-ii,-.e had lI..i,g bcin proverbial, and who
seemed to ie e more anti-republic:.-I no-
tions tin.gcinrg about them than those of,
any other State, should suddenly divest
themselves of their prl:udices, and form-
a most democratic Conlitiii.tut.n, las in-
deedc (' itu uur surprise. But ought
it not likewise to be considered as a re-
pII acIi to this State, which is perhaps the
nicst democratic oliy in thenUnioi, that
it continues rionncer than any other to be
bi,uiMid tog; i,,I.'r by a rupe of sand," iian-
iilacturied by a Kingr ? In addition to
these iirrumlances, the att.:ntion of the
pbl; seems at length, in some imeisnire,
tonsed to tt., sIbjec', mtid there is a gen-
eral, however inactive a sentiment, tha 'tis
time this rotten ligament were cast away
ar\r we have rn,_ ol outr own 'naniufa.'tiure
I'loti tie souijd niaterials of our own free
I shall attempt in the course of the fol-
lowing tracts, by cool and dispassionate
rmasiing, to convince yiouI of tilt: xpdi-
cy aid great 1.ility of lurming a ia w -,-.v-
ernmenta.l -roiipac.l for the State, on Re-
publican principles. In order to do this
more satis-fctorily., I shall'first point out
the principal defects ahd errors which
-a]'r believe j ,:xist in the present char-
ter, and tlien, as we proceed, sigq'est
*with deference the general outlines of a
..c .- -- -.-.r ;. .- Aem y -
errors and drf'ects. For it is obvious,
that, if ther.c are not griat and radical
deficiencies in the pre.rInt system, or if-
the ic are, and no change \i which is likely to
-nake place uii supply them, 'tis idle to
..alk ,f alteratir- Ar.i ilic most i)Owei ful
argii nterat "i i['t or- cf r.'lrmr ati.? n, niat3 be
dra-. n from a clear' -ex position of the evils
of the present system, arind also of the
bn-ifit V. lichI '.otald i silt from the con-
tenp1.lated chan-e. iithe course of
these essays, i shall take for granted, andi
consider as acknowledged, those great
principles of liberty and republicanism,
for which the heroes and fathers of the
revolution fought in the field and toiled in
the cabinet, and whib h were afterwards
more firmly established, as well by the
conveiitions in most of the States, as by
that immortal bind of worthies who plan-
red the Constitution of the United States.
If any remain unconvinced of the correct-
ness of ihesc principle-s, no argument of
oiur: cold coii irce thle: ; indeed, it is
apprehended the difficulty of forming, a
Constitution will not consist so much in
a want of acquiescence in the truth ofthe
principles upon which it should be estab-
lished, as in the local interests of some sec-
tions of the State, the private interests and
views of self-aggrandizemrent of.many,
as well as a general iidilference and ap-:
p.,thy on the subject.
In discharge then of; the task a.si-:ned
ourselves, let us consider by itself each
of the departments ofthi government-the
executive, the leogslati 'i,. and judiciary.
The first refleciiciii which occurs to as
when examinin jhlie prlseit. charter with
this view, is, that these several powers are,
ina 'ery great degree, all blended together.
The Governor, Di puty-Governior, Sen-
ators and Reprcsentati,-es, all convene to-
gether for the transaction of business, and
are then called the General Assembly.
Thus unit-d, they possess the power of
making all laws, without any check or
control from any quarter, as well as of
superinteniding the execution of them; of
making all appointments to office, includ-
ir. tiat of j.idge, and roiintrissionirg allof-
fr.. i ; of esial.'. -,ning co..urts, both tuperior
and inf'rior, :.nd dilu ig tleir seuVral ju-
risdictions; aqd, either by the words of
the charter, or by implication, or by cus-
tom, even that of deciding contro.ver.i.s
inthe last resort, of aii,i'jir, t i. u,.1.i -
sments of courts and the verdicts ofrjur;c .
This is an outrageous violation of the po-
litical maxim, that the legislative, execu-
tive, and judiciary departments, ought to
be kept separate and distbi,:t ; a, maxim,
the correctness of which has long been un-
ie "-s.!la.'i.ii lie1.g :d'in thiscountry,but
mli.r: is v r ai ; fi it,. to be carried int:.

operation in a proper extent, aid whic-,
has indeed been frequently violated in.
several of the State Constitutions; buw
in no State -~ .r',:-.h as in t'is by tie p..:-
sent, and in C.)inecd.ut.by v;s lat-e charter '
b)ot0 of which indeed w.;re forbid, an '
that to, by royal ands, b fore the irin,. -
ple allu,!ed to hadl be. ,me an object
political attention. What can be more .

preposterous th'-in th:.. thae ::c ody
should fiirs., rake the law. next dpnoiprt an
oFficer to adniiuister it, and finally ocrrule
his decision ? This indeed approaches to
scri h a art aot:i.i lation orall powers, leris-
,a i.e, exeentive and judiciary, in the
same hands, whether of one, a few, or
many, and whether he-reditary, sef-ap-
par'.ed or clc'.tive, whic h has.been justly
pronounce-d the \eLy deFinition of c.'ran-
ny."* Yirt ,ich, in acon.iderable extent,
are the notley powers accumulated in the
hands of the General Assembly.
The F-d.ercnt,.


I.1V SE.A:iTE.
Mr. Lacock, from the select committee,
oppirnted on tlihatsubjc.t, niade a report
on the transactions ol tiie Scnminole '.car,
in decided reprehension of the conduct of
the comnimanding general, &c. accompan-
ied tby sund ty doc uren', I.-III ofu\ hic h\vere
ordered to lie on the tal le, and five hun-
d'red addido'ial copi.:s r, dc ed to bc print-
ed, by avote of 32 to 3.,
The gne rsal ap]ropriatir,n bill for 1819,
was read the thu .1 timc,.tas ranended, pass-
ed and returned to tle- House for concuor-
rence in the amenrdinc-rt.
The' engros-ed bill in addition to the
act (croncernin.' tjorr iag, :iid disc, iniratimg
duties; the enu-ros~s:d bill to continue in
force for a fi there time the.:act to estab-
lish trading houses with the Indian tribes ;
the engrossed bill to protect the com-
merce of the United States ; and the en-
grossed bill for the better orgaiiz.,tion of
the Treasury Dcipartimniit, were severally
read the third time, passed and sent to
thi House for concurrence.
The: President communicated a report
fi,:.ri the. Secretary of the Treasury, ex.
hibiting the emoluments of the Collectors.
of the Customs, which as read.

The Huouse liaviniig, a._in resolved itfelf
ilitr a committee uf the whole, on the
subjectof the Bank of the U. States-
Mr. Spencer rose and spoke more than
four houi m in defence of the Report of the
Bnk comnnitit e.
Mr. Walker, of Keniu, ky, made a short
speech in support of the motion to repeal
the charter of the Bank.-
The question was then taken on the-
res-.Ihtion otff ed by Mr. Johnson, of
Vir-giisa, a. s allows:
Resolved, That the committee on the
judiciary be instructed to report a bill to
repeal the :at, entitled An act to incor-
porate the sub-,:ribers to the Bank of the
United State," passed April 10th, 1816."
And decided in the negative-ayes 23.
The question vi as next pu: on the res-
olition offu'-c by Mi. Trimble, to issue a
scire facias, and also decided in the nega-
tive-ayes 28.
The resolutions offered by Mr. Spen-
cer, and also referred to this committee,
were withdrawn by him ; and
The committee took up the bill report-
ed by the Bank committee, to enforce the
act of incorporation, by prohibiting the
pretended distribution of shares for the
purposes of undue influence in thle elec-.
tions of Directors.
Mr. Spencer proposed various amend-
ments, intended to render the provisions
of the bill more effectual; all of which
were agreed to.
Mr. Bassett moved' then two amend-
ments, the first, .substantially, to compel
the Bank to redeem all its notes with spe-
cie, at whatever branch they might be
presented for payment. The object of
the second amendment was to prohibit any
director of the Bank, while acting as such,
-from dealing in the stock of the Bank.-
Both propositions were negatived by very
large majorities; and
The committee of the whole then rose,
and reported their proceedings to the
House :and
The House adjourned.
The bill to diminish the duty pn-certain
wines, and to declare free of duty books
printed in foreign languages, was taken up,
amended, and ordered to a third reading.
The House proceeded to the conside-r.1-
tion of'the report of the committee of the
whole, on the subject of the Bank of the
United States.
The House concurred with the com-
mittee ofthe whole in rejecting both res-
The Hnu.t then took up the amend-
ments reported by the committee to the
bill, to enforce those provisions of pthe
act to incorporate the subscribers to the
Bank of the United States, which relate
to the right of voting for directors."
The bill having been at length gone
through, the question was taken on order-
ing it to be engrossed and read the third
timie,as, amended, and decided in the ailir-
mative, as follows :-YEAS 98-NAYS 38.
Mr. Poindexter submitted a resolution
to inquire into the -:p.-ii.i:ln.-v of provid-
*,,." toi- the establishment of a ii ui oiuii ,l
government in Florida, lately -c.,.qiircd
from Spain.
After some observations, in which it
was suggested that the' adoption of any
measure, before the Pre'idler, th.,,.iuii of-"
ficially announce the fact of the cession
of the Floridas, would be premature, the
resolution was ordered to lie on the table.

The '.ill, Cla'- the Senate, to continue.
fbr a further term-the act for establishing
trading houses with the Indian tribes ; t.
otect the commerce of the Uaitvd
's, and punish piracy ; and to repr.
.:-t of an amt of the 27th of February.
13 in additit:aito the act regulating thei
L-iTxce establishment,' were severally
read the third time and passed.

The eng;r-ned bill to enforce the pro-
ti-l.a... sof the chartet -f the E'mk of the"
United States. so far as r-elates to the elec.
tion of directors, was re.id passed and ser.t to the S"-nate for coucuir-
rence. -
The engrossed bill to diminish the duty
on certain wines, &c. was read the third
time, (as amended yestei day on the notion
of Mr. Silsbec, which amiencdm':nt author-
izes the transportation of wines and -dis-
tilled spirits from the public warehousess
inione district, under certain regulations,
without losing the benefit of debentures)
p, psed and bent to the Senate for con-
The engrossed bill making further ap-
propriations for the Public Buildings was
read the third time, passed and sent to the

S WASHINGTON, February 27.
Tt has bern 1ati te t-d t-_. us,thatthevote il
the House of Repiesentative.-, yesterday,-
for ln'irt on the tablc- the amendments to
thie Constitution [as proposed by the Sen-
ate] for establishing'an uniform mode of
.-le.ti-o.-, by districts, of Electors of PLesi-
di rit aid V'ice-Presid.i. a2nd of Ri-pi esCipt-
aild'ia to Conugress, i- no critei ion of the
strength of the advocates of that measure
inthe Houue ; since many voted for that
cotse, on1 the ground thiit enout;.. did not
r. -main of the prc.Cerit S-,,ion for a proper
considi-:ration of the subject,and not from
unifiiendliness to the- principle of the
ani r id n ient.

The Attorney-General and Mr. Jones
continued the argument of the case of
M'Culloch against the State, of Maryland,
involving dhe question of the right of the
several States to tax the Bank of the U.
States& The argument has involved some
odthe most important principles of con-
stitut;onal law, which have been discussed
with an equal degree of learning and elo-
quence, and have constantly,attracted the
attention of a numerous and int:iligecir
auditory, by whom the finaa>kdecision of
this most important question, from the
supreme tribunal of the country, is anx-
iously expected. It is supposed the argu-
ment will be contiriu d for s.v ral days
Mr. Justice STORY delivered the opin-
ion often cot, i e case of the brigI
Friendschaft and cargo,, argu.--:1d Ly Mr.
Ogden and Mr. Wheaton, for the captors,
and by Mr. Hopkinson, for the claimants.
The sentence of the 'Circuit Court was
affirmed, and the ruopcItiy c.ndemned.-
This de ie:Lii settl. a point cff 1:. very
important to the mercantile "ivii.e, that
where a house is established in the ene-
my's country, and one or more of the part-
ners reside in the United States, or in a
ii ,tral country, his share is liable to con-
demnation as prize of war, irii;hstirnal-
ing his personal domicile in the neutralF
country, as well as- t:hc. hres of his co-
partners, who are actuallyresident in the
renmy' country.

From the Washington City Gazette.

SiuNox BOLIVAR, chief supreme of 'ie re-
public of Venezuela, capitain-general of
its armies and those of New- Grenada, &ce.
The Congress of Venezuela must fix
the fate of this so many years oppressed and
wandering- republic : Our wounds will
heal under the shelter of a legitimate re-
presentation. It is not by a vain ostenta-
tion, nor to make my own apology, that I
address you : I have served you, and owe
you an account of my conduct.
When nature's convulsions buried the
people of Venezuela under the heaviest-
dejection, General Monteverde brought
to nothing our new-born republic. Fear-
ing rather tyranny than death, I then bade
farewell to the shores of Venezuela, and /
went in search of the war, that raged a-
gainst the tyrants of New-Grenada,, as the
only relief to the pangs of my heart.-
Heaven listened to my vows and lamen-
tations, and the government of Cartha-
gena entrusted to my care 400 soldiers,
which in a few days liberated Magda-
lena, a.nd.the greater part of the province
of Santa Martha. I after yards marched to
Cuenco, and there uii.toryv dI lied for
our. arms. Venezuela, saw me appear
upon its territory crowned with the fa-
vors of fortune.
The Congress of New-Grenada granted
me leave to redeem my native country.
I had soon the good fortune to reinstate
the authorities constituted in the first
epoch of the republic,in the provincesof
Truxilla, Meridla, and Barinas. The
capital, of Caraccas received in its bosom
the 'brave Grenadians. Puerto Cabello,
protected by its walls, attracted soon my
attention by its resistance, and hardly
gave ime time to take measures to save
f,.,min disorders the populous country we
had wrested from the tyrants of Spain.
Salmon's expedition gave new hopes
to the royalists ; and, though defeated at
Barbulo and las Orincheras, infused such
confidence in ourt enemies, that the plain
and the western part of Venezuela revol-
ted ; almost as sudden tle battles of M:'--
quitero & Araure le.-.-itJ t'ILc west.-)n p:,tiii
and the plain. I Ie .ned cl. t'r.-i m the
field of battle to the c.iphi:il-I r.de- n
renunciation of the s'prieme p'.-,wer, ad
the 2d of January, 131 1, .iv.: acer.-ints
to the people of ti. .- ut, uf the cam-

.:-.',n. a,-, of my ., il .,nd mii.ar'v ad-r
uini-.i.r'tti'ni : the 0 'ol', ai1 at Oilce,
answered with an ;ininiin'ous voice of ip-
troblttion,.bestowio e,2 rme di,. t.. i i ui
w.mver, which i I dli.iiy zcr,-i,-,. New
--'-rei'si.s called C., ,.- ;.-i th.-: fi-ld; and
-t--r a bloody cu.Afi i, I unL from the
. 3 )f Ci :, : i. 11 I r .. i rme .i
sIntatives of thse aki." mcn ery might.

Scoiis:'i.'.e.-ie eevernment op ti-ce repub-
lie. i'he dis.stci ui La.puent. Lait'il in
confusion our afificted country, aid north.
ing then could stop the thurndr bolts
tlrrown aiginst it by tie wrath of hca en.
I matched to Ncv-Grenada ; gave :c-
counts tothe Congstiss of the -uccess of
my commission; they rewarded my serv-
ices, though fruitless, entrusthing to me a
new 'army of Grenad ins and Vcnezucla-
nos. Cartnagena piovcd the grave of
that army, that was to restore life to Ve-
nezuela .
I forsook every thing for the safety of
the mother country ; I volunti rlY chose to
banish myself, that I might be useful to
New-Grenada and Venezuela. Provi-
dence had already resolve upon the ruin
of those wretched regions, and delivered
them to Morillo with his exterminato.Irv
I sought after an asylum in a foreign is-
land; I came to 'amaico alone, helpless
and almost hopelks,. Though Venezuela
and Nev-Gilernada were lost, y't I durst
think of expeling- their tyri'nts. The
Island of -Haydi received me with hos-
pitality ; the magnanimous President Pe-
tion lent me his pro.,action; amid under
his auspices I formed an c.sp edition of
three hundred men, comparable to the
companions of Leonidas. Almost all of
them have fallen, yet the exterminatory
army has fallen also: three h iiu ded pat -
riots marched to destroy ten thoisan.d Eu-
ropean tyrants, and have succeeded.
When I arrived at Margaritta, a Gener-
al Assembly elected me supreme chief gf
the nation : I had a mind to convoke the
Congress. I, in effect, convoked it a few-
months afterwards; the events of war did
not however permit me to accomplish that
wishedtfobr act of national will.
Free Guyana I Free, the greater part of
Venezuela! nothing hinders us now from
restoring to the people their sovereign
rights. Venezuelians, our arms have over-
thrown the obstacles which tyranny oppo-
sed to ourt tmaicipation. In the name of
the delivering army, I put you ih posses-
sion of the enjoyment of your imprescripti-
ble rights; our soldiers have fin-.hIit to sat e-
their brethren, wives, fathers and sons; but
did not fight to subjugate them. The ar-
my of Venezuela only imposc- upor, you
the condition, that you *.houlbl ke.p entiat
the sacred deposit of liberty. I impose
upon you another condition- not 'less just
and necessary to the attainment of that
'precious state. Elect for your rinaqgis-
ti-t s the most virtuous of your fellow
citizens, and forget, if you can, in your
choice, those who delivered you. For my
part, I renounce, forever, the power you
have conferred upon me ; and I will never'
admit of any other but a military one, as
long as lasts- the unhappy war of'Venezue-
la. The first moment of peace will be the
last of my command.
Venezuelanos i cast your e\ye upon thei
past, but to shudder at the shoals which
have undone you-withdraw your eyes
from the woeful monuments that recall to
your memory painful losses. Think :on l
of what v.-.u iit e about to do, and petietrate
well yourselves that you are all Vcnezue-
lanos, the sons of one same country, mem-
bers of the same society, and citizens of
one same republic. The word of Venez-
uela is liberty and peace. Our arms con-
quered peace: your wisdom till give us
H. Q. .ugustura, 22d Oct. 1818.

S .NEw-YoRK, February 28.
Curracoa papers to the 25th of Dec.
have been received. They give some ac-'
counts ofVenezuelian affairs which appear
correct. Gen. .Morillo was at Caraccas,
but was daily expected to join the royal
head-quarters .t Calabozo, where there
were 4000 troops, having communication
with two other corps, one of 3000, under
Gen. Calzada, at Barinas, and the other of
3200, at Ceuta. The royal commanders,
it was said, will open the, campaign with
12,000 fighting nmen, two ,thirds natives,
and have garrisons in Carapano, Cumana,
Barcelona, Laguira, Porto Cabello, Va-
lencia, kc. The Patriot forces are calcu-
lated at 8000, mostly Europeans, many of
them English. The 'omnmencement of
hostilities may be daily expected.

Extract of a letter, dated Aux Cayes, Jan-
uary 28. -
"General Gregor McGregor has just
arrived here with an armed ship and brig;
he expects hourly from London ten other
vessels, which sailed in company with him.
i The object of his visit is not known.
In conversation with one of the princi-
pal officers, this day, he told me, he-ex-
pected there would be from two to four
thousand troops on board the .lhiltir,-., :.nd
they should', immediately on the arrival of
the remainder of tlhe squadron,, make an
.attack on some of the principal towns or
cities on the coast of South-America."

iid.i- ,y, MaInrch H. 1-l19.

Highly Inporptant !
It is .-. l.oin '. ..r va i have had so accepta-
bk :,i ofi io pe rful in, [.ays the National
Jit 't.,!yf icer, 1-.b. ''5,] as that of announc-
in.' tuj o'.r- raiders the unanimous rat fica-
.:':-t, by- tlie Senate, of a TREATY OF AMITY,
Uritrr o STATES AND SPAIN, as recently
cocn td-.'.! at this place, by Secretary Ad-
.'rns a.t D:.rn Luis de Onis.

A.s thI Treaty, though ratified on our
part, v.'il! not be promulgated officially un-
trl it L.a al-io been ratified by the sove-
reign of Spain, we shall state the princi-
pal provisions, as distinctly as we have been
able to ascertain them, of this important

1 ry th'i Ti-:.:(,, e unuirstnhl., i-;'
i FLORIDA.\, ir..!iii, :.- ,li ;the rl.ims o
. Spain to territory e:at of the Missisippi, is
crl'DEt i'i FULL tuVrcigait'' to the United
That the western boundary, bctv.-cen the
territory of the United States and that of
Spain, is adjuitAcl as follows: iBeinnin-
with the mouth of-the. Sabine river, and
running with thie we.t bank thereof to-the
north-West limit of the State of Louisiana .
thence by a dii ect line north to the Red
river; thence akI.ng tIhe southI Larik r that
riverlto the one hundredth degree of lon-
gitude; thtncc on that meridian to the
Arkansaw; and thence ahlrng the Aikan-
saw t. its source, in the forty-second de-
gree of north latitude; and thence upon
that parallel to the Pacific.
A 'im, not e:ceecling f:.- n millions .:q
dcolar., is to be paid by the: Uiitcd States,
out of the. proceeds of the sales of land in
Florida, or in stock orm'money. as the Con-
gi Sis may prescribe, to our c in citiz-rn:
on account of spoliatirns and other inju-
ries received by them from the" govern-
meimt of Spain, or from the 'ovcrriinefits.
of the colonies of Sp.-in.
To liquidate these claims, a board is to.
be constituted by the government of the
Unied States, o- Anierican citizens, to
consist of three commissioners, who are to
make their report within three years.
There is a mutual .renuniation, or the
part of the two governments, of futilihe-
claims on each othlr for spoliaticins, Stc.
Spanish citizens are to enjoy, on the
principle of the Louisiana trc.ity, their amo
privileges as'Animiican cikizer ns, iri the
partss of St. Aug.istine arid Pensacola, for-
S1 lternm of twelve years.
T The-,c are the e-sseitial provisions of the
Treaty, mIlhich is t.- iake cflV-ct cn the ex-
change, of the ratifications, within sj'z.
months of the present date.
It is probable tilat Mr. Fotisth, (our
newly appointed IMlinisler to Spain, will
he'the bearer of this Treaty, and that the
ratifications will be 'chaiiged long before
the coiniirn-'-ement of the n-xt session of
Congress : in the contemplation of -.%hi.h
event, it is probable that Congress will,
before they adjourn, pa s ai ai t autihori-
zing the Executi e to receive -he siur i-'n-
der of thie pi oi' cesf Florida from the
Spanish authorities, and to establish an in,-
dependent government their eiri.
We f,:;ikiitate the c ounti'.- on this am,ra-
ble and satisfactory termination of the te-
dious, and hitherto' ;npl,-asant negocia-
tions with Spain. he attiair.rTicrt .-'ei-
ther of th1 three. ..j,:cts, the cession of
Florida, the settlement of the Westiern
.boundary, or the recognition and provision
for the adjustment of the claims of : iir
citizens on Spain, would have been .in-
sidered as an epoch in the history -of .our
Foreign Relations. The union ,of ihe
three will make this Treiaty ( icbly accept-
able to the An r.ik-n people.
It terminates the. only. existing contro-
versy with any of the Europeat powers.
It rounds off our Southern pc ssess5ions,
and forever .rccliels foreign rmissarict
from stirring up Indians to war and Ne-
groes to rebellion, whilst it gives to the
Southern country important cutlet. lto hie-
sea. It adjusts the vast West rn bouindra-
ry, acknowledging the Uiiit d States to be,
sovereign, under 'the hitherto conici ted
Louisiana treaty, over all the turoitory we
ever seriously contended for. In a word,
it is a Treaty., than which the most san-
guine have not anticipated one much rorr
favorable : it is one that fully comes up
to the expectations of the great body of
the Ame ircan people.

The Report in the Senate of the U'. S.
adverse to the conduct of the Seminole
War, is long and elaborate; comprehe.-nd-
ing facts, arguments and opinions, but of-
fering no specific propositions for the-
Senate to act upon. The corn .nittee were
divided on the rie o,'--.!ces ,. Laco' l-I,
ofPi-nr,. R,,r-.-! ei this State, and Epper~,
SbfVirginia, being in favor .f, and Messrs.
i.aton, of Te'nnc sie, and King, of New-
York, against it. Mr. Lacock drew up
the report, which censures Generai .tJick-
son in strong terms, particularly for order-
ing General Gaines to take possession of
St. Auiustine, and for rni pl,.irig voltun-
teers, when he was directed to make re-,
quisitions of militia. This last is a new,-
and we should hardly think a tenable
ground of censure; at least, the Senator
from this State, one would suppose, could
not consistently maintain it.
y-- .g. <1 i ---
WVe understand there -are claims to a
very considerable amount, under the new
Spanish treaty, held in this town; but it
is calculated that the five millions appro-

priated by that treaty, will not pay 25 per
cent. of the whole amount claimed. On
this .subject, the Newburyport Herald
appositely observes-" If the Spanish Gov-
ernment are as long in ratifying the Con-
iention, lately concluded by Don Onis, as
they were the treaty of 1 S2 (sixteet

years,) tih-c premnt claannts ot spolt-at'ioc
may bequeath the proceeds to their pos-
:..rhy, bit can hardly e::.-p.ct to realize
o Ira llt h .rhlrv '' : ".
S. -.:t '-'
General JAMesov arrived in Baltintore
on Saturday last, and was received with
high civic and military honors.

On the late decision of the Supreme
Court, Iiles' Baltimore Register, rej-
marks, that it will afford a golden har-
vest ,to lawyers and shlrl fi'-:'e have:
heard that one gentleman has ordered
writs for the recovery of eighty thousand
dollars, du- ,i, him by persons that failed,
but who are nowt ble to pay."

The prri'tn't.*t of duties on sales at -auc-
-tion received in the State of New-York,
in the ye.r 1188,, was S 179,967:14-near-
ly thel whole of which, of course. was paid
by the auctioneers of the city. The sales
muust have. been iinmense.

Distressing Fires.-Two houses have
recently been burnt, by accident or care-
lesrsness, one near Kingston, Canada, anrid
the other neaa .Eri-P, Penn. in the first of
'which, a woman and her three small chil-
dren, and in the second, two girls, of 16
Mani 8 years, perislchd. in the flames.

The wholesale counterfeiter lately ap-
prehended in Sayannah, is supposed to be
Benjamin Morse, who graduated at Brown
University some years since. He had in
lis possession counterfeit notes of the
Banks of Kentucky, eorgia, and Rhode-

By the fpanish Treaty, says the Boston
Centinel, wehave gained an immense ac-
quisition in Pensacola, as a naval .-pos t--
the only one of any importance from the
Chesafieake to Vera Cruz.--Its htirbor is
capable o0fhtoldirig a large fleet;, af: fior.a
dll winds, capable of the best defence, and
having water from 26 to 48 feet. In war
_which may Heaven avert) such a position
must be a point ofterri'ble ann--ance to the
whole Vecst-India trade,; and 'the posses-
sion of it, in peace; cannot but op-,rate
,in-st powerfully to induce the nations
Which own the We it-India islands, to ad-
Inki the United Statis to a fair and recip-
rncal trade ; and to relax or abolish that
,j, i.h, inarr-o sat-c'taracild Colonialp policy,
S l:i-:Ih has been prosecui.e,1 in defiance of
the st',nlets., maxima of policy and perma-
neni. interest.
W'e uridc-rsand that the claims fo.r Span-
isrh -p.-liation',s psrseserd illn 'lis tcwni, ex,-
ceed a million and an, half of dollars-;- and
that the proportions of one merchant is
more than T re. e H urn hired and Fifty thous-
and dollars ; besides interest for fiRteen
. years.

ST. JonH, (N. B.) February 2.
A large whale was drove on shore in the
late gales, near Point Lapreaux, measur-
ing nearly 70 feet in length, and about 10
fe;ct r;cal; -Mcs-".:. Dawsori and M'Neil,
who firti di sovr-' ed this monster of the
deep, and who consider it as theig bonafide
property, inform,, that from the number of
bruises on the body and head, it must have
been previously entangicil among the
breakc-r., where it probaLMy wallowed un-
til it died.. When i'ounl, the tongue pro-
jected ouit of thee Wouth about 6 feet. It
is of the female l;i.d, and wi'l probably
SicMi about 80 barrels of oil.-The body
lies in the shape of a curve, and is drove
an incredible distance up the beach.

J' B+isoi ,,s ('o.aVunig COtvaeal,,i..
The Republican electors in the County
of Bristol are hereby invited to attend, a
Convention, to be holden in Taunton, on
F1 iday, the 12th of March insa.int, -at 1
o'clock, P. M. in Mr. T. d,/..'., Hall, for
the purpose ofs'electitLg S.n'itolial Candi-
daes, and hvisiryn m~.usures for their
vigorous suppIt it.

In this town, bLy th- rnt. MIr. Pdes, Mr. Wux-
zIAM AnNOLD.Iv 'lM-h ac1I e Cunil-., dauth.
t d-' l" Eh t eI r 'ar me. 'Ce, : o bis '.

In Nsa -h:0.r. ha n, on the It8i ultimo, EIA i.
9SANDS, E'q in the 44th year of his age. He had
been at some disterce from home, and set out to
return about 7 o'11 iil, in hit. cneialtal. in usual
heallh.. In th- iii a rnrir. ie a a. ai.i,t a 'at- alei ,r
that ground--.. ..r 1'. le I ,. ria .i l.j. a, a.. fits
of late, and from the position an which hii lay, it is
Supposed that he fell from his horse in one of them.
a, I perished by the.extreme *oldness of the
In Mendon, (M.t rn the 19th ult, Mr's. Er.-
ZABE Ta arp, aged 66, late of Stonington

B..-4, lb. 9 to 13 cts. Fish, lb. 4 ;S 6 ctis,
Veal, 9 iS. Butter, 2 26 :
Pork, 8 11t. -Cheese, 8 13
MIlutton, 9 11 Potatoes, b. 50
Poultry, 9 14 NM'al, f1 to I1:17
Eggs, d. or, 1417 "Apl's, 1:50 "'-
Woaod, 5 to 6 dotlart per cord.
S Hay. 16 to 18 dollars per.ton.

A-larch. 1819. a r, & s. I H. '. I :t .s. liem..
Ssaa' .Jia, bila, 6 ia ri *.; I '. ",
Staday, 7th,. 6 19 6 5 16 4 11 illth.
Sota,! 8th, 6 176 6 3 5 I 6,jtiA .
T I-'Il 9th, 6 166 648 5 SO aft..

There were 64,391 liho',il'.- a.r tobacco :a;co'rt.
Md from the "United ,';,1- ,iii,,ii. the year eading
'the 30t.iof ept.18l7; itua 8-4,337-hogsheads ex
porteal in 3188.
Pri-,es at ,avannah, Feb. 17.'-Cotioa, S. I.
a 5 t? ; U pihAod, %9 1-2 a 24; Rice, 5,60 a 6

Taef, ?aiaa 4. lt ta laiwr. wraepinr, ,. a :
" .1 nr % *, '.' ; .'*. '. Iman. 6'. a Tu Tu.k,
-i 1 l1, 618 T ) ;.Hy-.a n lea' : 'tales
i;. St.'-('., 10 a 1'.'a ; 'si;droiu JuIl'lr, 3 per
e ecui.
S i,c. i',, rrtt ,' al a.71 .Uh, Jin. '20 -Butter 50
.. ." a _, 1 ia i el .1 aia T .5, coftiee 50, .u-
.:', r 15 -xrn 50 )Pei bttial, salt i 5'.1, p ,tatis .
,,o;-k 30 p'r. barrel, beef '.O
At the last New-York nr, Plarijlf.hia dates,
!it-d States' Bank Shares -,tee -_lline at 113

None. n
E.MOR tND.f.
Arrived at "N.,f..lk, Feb. .- ch. Sally) Shea;
Ion, Ift daV frtmn this port.
Sch. Sal, Rhodes, 14 days from this port, f.ir
hiare.,ton. wasra. Arp.-ran .la.s N. Cape Hatteras,
hth alt. all well.
SF.b 10th. lt. 19, 55,1.-in. 74, 0 wa, spoken
,clb. 'ritui d-, this pmut. 16 dl.,y Ihtrum i Ne -
Lond,.i, f .i '- Jago de C(uba, .
bl.op Eudoxa, -andil of Warren, has arrived
aSt aSavamnab fr.mrBILitnore; had suffered sbine
damage til a tve.e .. '. .
Arrived at ..,,.'ei. scholner Zephyr, childd .1
days front HT!varai with a full cargo of molasses,
to .!. T. Child, );.q. Loft, February 9, briga
'..lentor,. Barton, aof Warren-, fur New.sYok,- in 8
d ys; .Agenoria, Msartin, diti:,, dittr, in '2 d d -"
latilda, Goffin, diiiL-, tor Waianp, nt-xt day ; t I-
tus, Alien, dit', !icertai, ; schwonerShepherde-s,
Carr. diti-, a Rhud -island, in 10 days; shipl
.: eI.. .,.. Wl ca,, AV of Newport. jait arrived;
a aIIc- J nlii tl h -v ,ditin, tor Rhode--asl'and, in 7
d : 1 ; .11 i ..lt-.- Du: w all tltt n certait.ei
C-,tharine: Wood dit-,, ditto; Vernus, Mauran,
Providevice, dioS i ; Suo), Talbot, ditto, ditto,
Abaona, t'arpenter, dita,,a1liito ; Traveher, Far
rier. (tito. just arrived : sclt.-ai'er Ant, Bigelow.
.litto, uIcrrtain ; shi Cotumnbia; Paine, of Bris:
to, alu' ; brigs P:atot, Lawtori, wnt discharged.
.'aeqaiemel Packet- Adams, ditto., just arrived .
NeP)tee Whfe'. dittoy arrived 5 days before; I ;
----, ditto, dittt" ', days before; John Smith.
---- a'. .. dito, 5 days letafre.
A.. .. vedal at VWarren, b iig ia .ilda, C 'lian,
from Havana with a c .oI. n l,.i--., :- 'o I ', -
son ri Co. Vearels left, reported by the Zephyr.
The i-atiida rata ashore ni, the Islaind of P -
tiene t% ie. sli,-came in,; but by lightening ber
.f- i hogsheads, sa e got off.
\ i..i at N.,-..L.ndon, on Thursday week,
br': .\iAa.y, (6 i,.1.- Corey, mast- rf ri'.-.
(R [ ) Laft N..r..,rt same day, h'oi'ndJ .r Rirh-
mniid, Va. the' wind being ahead, put in fir n it I-
b4': n-st morni 'r, at 3 o'clock, A. M. during
the ,.1-, -tte watch discovered her to be on fire i.
thehold; hob w it took not knoWn, but <.I,|.in
from the slakling of Lim, It Ih-iiiv imp,,saibl,.
,,ihsra vi. I., 'extinguish the I;r-., the vessel war
Ci i .1i, ihe mastsibeing pa vi.ai-,y cut away -
The cargo, consisting of io,,t, ltae oil, hIn-b a,
iarge quantity of boots, &c was principally d,:-
dtroyed, and the vessel greatly dam -ged, Sails,
riLa i,, .,-.l 1- I--. pirini ipally saved.
L- It al .,. Jda..-r,', Jan. 4, ship Hope, La,,w ,at
I'll IT. "*. -hip icedonian has been spoken it,
lit. 1 N. I .an W 35 days out.
CIl-aaed at New-York, 2d i.ist. brig Only Son,
.o-.'lr, ftor this pir ; sloop Elamsvillp, Lindsey
Clot "' o .arrived sloop lHuntress, Brown, 4
d .ys f ,'i, tti part.
S'ch. Edw,ai'd & -Mary. Burges-, of Somerset, has
arrivt d at Waslhington, N, C. from St. Pierre!,
slcr .Meritto, f' .r, from Nepurt. lirat St
,ngustitea 2i di.da. ,.ui. un a.-fad Daa" itar.15th

STHE third story over the sub-
Sa-6 scriber's store, suitable for a
_1'i jewelry or tobacco manufactory ;
possession given immediately.
P. P. JON'.S.
March G. is*3w.'

T"BHE subscribers having been appoint-
ed Commissioners to rerci\ c and ex-
amine the claims against the estate of Par-
don Briggs, late of Coventry, deceas-
ed, represented insolvent, hereby give no-
tice, that six months from the 6th of Feb.
last, are allowed to the creditors of said
estate to bring in and prove their respect-
ive .claims, and that they will attend for
that purpose at the house of Thomas Wa-
terman, in said Coventry, on the last Sat-
urdays im April, June and July next.
Coventry, March 5.

H H E subscriber, feeling himself rather
impicated by a certain caution of
11 liam G. Goddard,inthe public papers,
respecting the sale of fuel wood, timber,
FSc. on the farm in, Johnstonnow in his oc-
cupancy, thinks it e cation, to publish the following extracts of
a power of attorney signed by William
Goddard. CHAD CAREY.
Johnston, March 5.
Providence, October 2d, 1816.
"Reposing special trust and confidence
"in the judginent and integrity of Mr.
Chad Cary, who resides on my farm as
"a tenant, in Johnston, I hereby appoint
"him my agent for the purpose of dispos-
ing of my fuel and timber trees, which
were blown down by the stori on Satur-
day the twenty-third day of last month,
to the best' advantage-engaging on my
part to ratify such contracts as he may
"make in my behalf, with whoever maybe-
come satisfactory purchasers.

IHOSE indebted to JONES tnd
SWHEELER, for newspapers, ad-
vdrtisemnients; job work, &c. are reluctantly
informed,, that their notes and accounts
will be left for collection with Wa. H.
Si trr, Esq. Attorney at Law, on the tenth

of April next, unless previously adjusted
The new arrangement in their business
renders this course indispensable necessa-
ry ; and ft is hoped, that none will be of-
fended, when it is recollected, that two
months have elapsed since that new ar-.
rangement took place ; that a printing con-
cetn of twelve years standing must have,
acutimulated a vast number of accounts;
and that the debts due J. & W: are want-
. ing to pay those which they owe.-
frch 6& 6 .O,

Remaining in there P -'.Cflice, Pr.vidrnce,
- ./i.'/--fh/ -j i 1 9.
Persons calling t,..r ltheC,' Leters will picase to
say they are .,v,:l.

"nthoany, LPtlher
I ,'.i,n ii- -. James. r,
Andtrews Sally
Armington Lydia3J.
Adams Eliza "
Angell Pardon
-Aloy Win.
Angell Amey
Biliin' Sameriel
Ra,con J.';iIua
Bowler Lydia
: 8,'igf-.! Ele,,ezer
Bowen Jonathan & Co;
killings Mary
Batch Mary 2
.: wtir le r i,' r'.r a r .
Butts James
Baxter Anssell
Bowler Lucretia-
Benson Phoebe
Butler Joseph _
Burr Silleck
BhI>s Susan
Brown Charlottd
Brady Ovwen
farn.;',n I r-i, P. R.
1l,alker R ,',lerLt
Baker mi r-
'rocker Nymphas '
Church John
Carter Hithl,.A, 3.
* Carpenter hialey
r,-..,i .- .,.,i ,h
(I pp R,,..-ll.
Sou ,in- ,iuu,,e S.,
Sraig Mercy
Chiid Jermniah
ClarkeI- Flza
SCheffield lfl orendi
Cai'pentir Thomas
.orniell Susannah
Connell ."nn i
. r"laItIe JTa1 H.
Delano Reuben
Day Saily
Dockwooda Mary
Oexter; Benjamin 2
Da-viis Sailly
.oat Jaines
iari. iI alli;aoa T.
"'dly Ann
Feinaer Arnold
Fisher Daniel
Fairbhnks George
Field Frelove
Field Lydia
Gortham John
Jriswail Henry
Screen Caleb
pardnerr Ceasar
"-:ardner AmbrosS
'..raer Hannah
tardrnar John
Graves Zephaniah
,id.,,,l ..t pl'hea
[l it 'Maria
inii.-n RBicbard /
iolmes Mahrtha
Hoidetn Henry
Htaskc.! (eorge
HR ikkies J
Hubbard Sarahann
Hamiin Idris
Hale V min. U.
llartsh- ru I ib..,iaau
Hirna, J .-. .l -h
Hetlderson John
ieannah Hermap
Ingrahain Enas
.lenckes Mary T.
T.,.l;,, --- i p. -
i,,Iiiion .I i Ie
J.,c -y An,. y
Jonston Mr.
Li anett Susan
Laa Polly
'_yon Inelior
Low Henry ,
idu!ier (i eorge
t'orae George S.
5iorgan Mary
t illtr Ge.-rge
Nlason dl, ard Jr.
Alason Joana
N, i .on ..-,.h
,i i .'.i.i.... ih
r 'rive-ll Ainey
;hdham ,Johia Wa.
urswell Gardner
01l.1id'g!n I., li.
a'i a h..I L.ua.- II
Potter 'Wm. J.
Parker Chiarles
Pearce Mahtala
Philipi S .ephen
Peck Isaac
Pearce Martin
'Philips in. W.
I-Pattersoil iimun
Perkios Freemian
Reynolds Bj. Jr.. 2
Reed Isaac
Rhodes Hannah
Hu,,ag hi a ti
Sa.. an t a. ...-. l .. r
Richards Madaline
Richards Jesse
Richardson John F.
Sinith Thomas N.
.argeint Lydia 2
Sliermuan Mary
'minithi Mary-Ann
Shtldon John F. 5
:-'aiah Betdjamin
Sicum J.hna
t'niith Alvan
Studley Major
Steplhenson Henry J.,2
StnAa Edward
4imibi.idikea Henrietta
Slocum Nancy

Smith BR3 ,. -,
St-phens John
Sheldon Pardon
J5 lei J...-e-ptl
'T'urner Eliza .
Thurber W illiam 2d
Taber Thomas
Thurber William
Till;,gh.,'i J..ILniah
I| ltle .4b N.
Tredwelil iartha
Titus Charles
Taylor. Nathaniel
T,a'impp'.,r HBa.n..h
'i i ma. James .tA
I),, 1.ie Johln
U-rdlke L;,dowick
Vibrit'u3i D! id 2
a li'-tr %illiam

\ l,iIu.lv F rapri. H.
Wesicott .---- Capt.
wrin hulan I.,ih in 2
Wlhippl. Br.innia.mi
" ashl,. ni hmllbmu n
Woodard Lucia
Th rnrat.n I.,.da,
Mledbury Jonathan
"-',nh:Ar .- A:hmur
Fi.h TI-.-,c -
IT nermo-ri.a PI ;lip
W vtiuaLi, MW I :Ini
1. 11. Bii. Ba, j ,,,ain
id Ilhhibmt Lotina
Wi lianms 'T.Wi as
Si,. I .1 i 4 ,l' n -
Slalrl.a.J C iar l-i
S ran ston,
Paine Philahp
P .i llt r 1.,; I
Boss, Bi.jamina
Hut Luther
Potter Witliam
Knight Santiord
(i.a-a1e c-, I.- n J .
DS'ias!ll s lbrpor 2
li'i s,- 1 t.- IIta.,: .
LFvally J ana
Trescott Laismnel
T-esncatt Caroline
Fiela Thomas,
Turner Stukely.
(arm cin."i' hl'j. iC.
1 r ''n ( I,,'. i ria -
( o, randa.
Hopkins Samuitl
Dnnison Gilbertwr.
Hudson Benoni
Fisk John
BoweauC Israel
Baxter Joseph
T.e ;i ",.-. il -h
('iailaT rlaan..l
Barnev 'te.laxi.der
HaskEl1 Samue'l
Bi' i., Lewis
Harrison William & Cr,
Harris WVililm a & to.
A rni,,al Smith
Ba 1 u Cotndlrt
Cookilte Amaisa
W hippie Asa
Harris Joseph .
Itay SamuP-i
Carpoiter. Ebenener
Estes Saratuel
" 1.'rl. ID ... .I I
PVa,'rnenh- I nakL 2

.d Wm.T
Colding Meary
]ceeaul .lob
Y ,ia ; l,-alihen
)lhali- ,.- Ii.
(lamey Wan. T. '"
Latham Paris
S Iitli Jo'sph
Thotias Nicholas
Cole Jel'cntiahl,j>'
Young Danaiad
Harrington Jesse
Angell Jesse
Sweetlaind Nathaniel J.
A-.A ,ulli ,id
Waterman Win,
Walker Pard.aa
Harris Stephen
Trhninas and Anthony
]t.ddt, Wm,
Fisk Joaona ,
Co1grove Eben W.
Cover AnPanda
Ald rich James
Ray Lydia
Mowry Nathaniel
War':..,r )Dutyy
-Angell Alf-ed
Angcll Daniel
'lehobo h & eekounk.,
Miler Jshua
Carpenter CIalab
Chace Jartvs
Carven'er Oridla

H,.ieoni, cinmonas
Medbtiry Vial
Potter Ci.- b
Hbopkins Be, jamin
Slater Dt'iii '1
Hupkins Noyes.
". ALLEN, P. M.

A good and convenient STORE,
T ^ wellcalculated for a wholesale or
*retail grocer, has long been occu-
i pied as such, and "is perlmps one
of the best stands in town. Said Store is
situated on Main-street, 'three doors north
of the Court-house. For terms, apply to
'JOHN K. PITMAN, Esq. or the subscriber in
Smithfield. CALEB ALLEN'.
21-arch 6.

A LADY who can give ample refer-,
ences, is desirous of procuring a sit-
uation in the country, either to take charge -
of a school ot family. Apply at this office.
March 6. *

Prime New RICE, Sc.
Received 'pzer brig Gen. Jackson, from
T'PWELVE half casks prime new Rice,
J 23 Southern Hides, '
15 bushels Ground Nuts-for sale by
At the store of Messrs. Humphry &
Everett, South Water-street.-
.February 24. istte

l."-IE stockho',dl''s i,. : 1 .'T' VI : -*
B- .':; in Pr.:.vialence, .,re a, 't O n ,-onday next,.,iards 8t
,no lid t L.t, 1 vi ttue 'i an act .l tle OnrInday ne .r ai.
H-ionaorb G, er 3 A.-set-'hl, at their at I- ('t'L-'0 M, Ii.
F:brt v session, the T:ynic nt of t it Tif ,' be sold at aO.c ,a.,.r rca.:.Act de1" .
'Foeath Tnsvlrm'rt ow the C-apit l Stock er Jf 7-2 d L.' ,
in said Bank, v. hi,-h' hby te charter, i A CERTAIN L,.t c-f Ltnl, lo ra neatr
payable on the 8th ihst. is postponed for the entrance ol Pata tuetu-sttet, Ifuj-
such length of time as the President and r' ily a part of the Seaver c-,,te~ t: b
Directors thereof m't-y deem expediet ; solr wi-tiuut the hokise; for the mostitwill
and that sixty days' notice will be give n, command JAMES SNOW,rar
previous to the timn. when the same shail .1ifrr' 3.
be requhied to be paid By O ral ., Real Estate for sale,
JOsnPHa \rtcEELOCK, Cashier&
MaczE ILL hb slu, by orJder ui tic 16n.
a 5 General Asscnbiy. on Wedn._s-
KRUoel WIl\ ..1 %&al\l,, ? dayMarch 10, 1819, (iff.,ir,inot tienL:d
MARCi H 5 1819-. fair day) a .WOOD -LOT, tforneriv 1..-

the annual mniCe in or the Sto(k- 9ongaing to :- b i.- .!g a', l.ate t. Sn.n.
Sho e s u" this atni, on isth L -.da field, dec,-.-ct, ontaiihL g ftr.1,n ? t., Is
Sholderof this Bnk,on S acs, Iin, in said mit.,idl, utcA-
the4th ins.. the f..-hlow ing'- entli-nen were % prt,
chosen Directors folr th V''ar ensuirnag Spv: goe's ern, td adjoining land a
-z w M a E, A Lotsoine .iery valuable pine tim!_,er.----
MParer, Ir.hemr,ah R. Ani. ra"-. ale ill cominience at I o'clock, P. sI.
1Mfartin, T,:o,u .tAndr,, Cambh ar.'o'nt, premises,when the"cndiiions;li
IPaac Brown, ala.:,',.t Watson-.Ahd on tont p t; mies, when the condiions hits.
the sume da), at a nieeting a f t. e said made kn En. -ka ,
Directors, rc;.tr.~n R. K.vc.Rr, EsCt ,Esqithifeid, Feb. -o.
was re'elected President .foi' tIhe y- a en S ld b. 10.
suing. witness, ,-h.- .- .-. .
SNATIANIEL SMITrH, CaW'ipr. a I ..- f... ,.ri ,,-.

A PREMIUM given ifor Spanish Mil.i:d
SDollars. ,. B. WOOD.
*Marh. 3. :tf.

farmers and Gard. ..- .' L.>:. frr ir*.-.r
.S'e -..: Y' a '.'. U
V"FlI-Ir sub- 'ihtr contintis t., purchase
J and sell all kinds of Seeds asusual
--Grass Seeds just received-Clover
from N- w -HFinpshi're of the largest kind
-Herds' Grass-, Beeit, and Redtop, from
New-York and other pMces-G.A RD LN
SE'EDS, fr-.m the Shakeis, &.:.-2 i:.bs.
best Onion Seed, from E,.fiL Id, (CuI.)-
also, from the same plat:j, -the I. Iwnllii,
kinds, put up in papers for retailing-
*white, yellow and red Onion ; Blood Beet,
early French Turnip, Tuit ip Teet, S.':,r-
city1 Carrot, Pasniip, L..1; an.1 et iv Cu-
cuimber, Water and Musk Mlcioi, Dur.:h
and ',rmmner rrook-rcked Squash, winter
do. white head, salmon. ~tr rlet and early
Turnip; Radish ; Cabbage, drum-head, sa-
vory, red and eerly Yorkshire ; fat Tur-
nip ; Sage, Cayenne and So1iash Pepper,
dou'ic Pgeppcrg'rass, Burnet, Rua, Sum-
mer Savory, Paisl., Saffron- \\ ilbntr,
early Juine, carly jAn:l-: hotspuir, Charl-
ton, white marrowfat, green dwarf mar-
rowfat, strawberry dwarf antidPrussian blue
Peas; early six-week dwarf, cranberry
dwarf, '.' hale cr-nbL-rry .ole, ,kidney p..-l
Rho.'de-1-lrn.l uhite --n'l ,.th. -r Bc.ans and
many other kinds,, too numerous to men;-
For sale,for cash or apfifroved credit,
A SLOOP, of about 25 tons burthen,
suitable for a Ihihini5 vest-is- ti ,e co. si-.g
Also an eatrcllent farlily COV', which
will calve in about 20 days.

A small lot of Cow Hides and Calt
Skins, and one box, containing Otter and
Raccoon Skins; a great variety of Sha-
kers' and other Wooden V.-,rc, sucl\as
Tubs; Pails, Boxes, wire and hair Sieves,
of all sizes; a great variety of market and
other Baskets, and a fresh supply of Ax
Helves, Hoe Handles, Ox Bows and
Geese Yokes.
Lost, a fewu days since, in College-street,
An old-fashioned Silver WAT'CH, with
a common gilt ch:,in-cypher on the back
E. P. If any person has l".,and the same
and will return it to the owner, he shall be
rewarded for his trouble.
.farch 6. *

Stock of Dry Goods at Auction.
On Tuesday 'rt,..,la'cl1 9,
, Commencing at half past nine o'clock, A.
Mj and to c...n' t.aiv i i *.,,''. ,.' sold,
HT-IE larme and valuable stock of Dry
Goods, No. 7, Market-square, am.nng
which is a large assortment of English,
French and American Goods, consisting of
Cloths and C.,-inI-,r-es, Linens, \l-liiris,
Cambrics, Shirtingsi Worsted IFlao ia.y,
Prints, Furnitures, Plaids, Sarco.:rits,
Bombazets, Ribbons, Sewing Silks, Flor-
ences, Flannels, Blankets, Satinets, &-c.
Sales positive and ter-s liberal.
Immediately aft6r the s-le of tlie goods,
the Store will be leased for one year;.
March 6.

To be Leased at Public Auctioni,
on the premises,
On Monday, 29th pf March,
for one year from the first of Afiril next,
HE following, being part of the H ar-
ris Farm, so called, lying in Scitu-
One piece containing about 184 acres,
bounded southerly by the Connecticut and
Rhode-Island turnpike. road, and (.,strly
by a road-leading to Glocester, said land
being,to the northward and westward of
said roads. Also, one other piece of
land, containing about 80 acres, being part
of said Harris farm, bounded northerly
by said turnpike. road,' and westivardly on a
cross road, and is all that part of said farm
lying southeast of said turnpike and cross
roads, with all the buildings thereon. Sat-
isfactory security to bie given for the rent
at the time of sale.
N. B.-At the above time and pace,
will be s'eld, several hundred cords of
Wood, as i, lays i. the weeds.
SMarch &s 'S

V illt ve sotM at. so a t a rc no on Uf :;- i .. f,
archc, nat ot 'ock. P. ,t.';:j':i, "fa -
o-. ,''r trI. /dn a 'j.'o-si'tg, a 'aa' a r/l
RaL. ,'!'s. ;r O'.e;, r/'-,
"l HREE Horses, ,wI. Cat-iS aTd H.}fSl
7 ntss, one Skigh a.ndi Harnet's ion(.
two-hcrse SledU Chains, Shl;vels, to
Ploughs, one Hog, forty bishc Is of P-oiu-
toes, twenty loads of Manure, one nP. n
Saddle and Biidle. The above I'ropj-.,y
will be sold on sixty days credit, for good
security. Z.ca.Rain KR..;i'.
February 27 .

On ihe e,;a.'r. i, i i a 'i.- r,7i
S iiar, oi a. r -'ar :k, .,, .' '"f Mi.ar/th
* ,-2-" 2 'e,,.r.'", '. P. V.
A. SIAI.L FARM, ,(called thie Iel"
1 l ill farm,) situate in Foster;: to be.
managed in a hlim. and-lik'e manner, and
all tastes paid. The auctionlcer of t'.e
toun %ill aittind it the abuse time aid
place, sta ike it olY, and !,)st. a lIcae.
qTul BLI \Brr B \V.
WTicf,'rd, 'eb. 16;. : .
On :.," faiemises, 'till be let at aec ,,i*. ',~ o
e i. i r, .; o ':d a 'it he I' 3 of ./'r
r.z ., a.' r. ,c .IA. P. AL
A Dw llin--Hiotinc, "nd all the
land v itiin ci ,t id, it n r-y
Sr il director h n, situate in ;Iloca"ter,
.1 being lat e residence of Mr;
Jolin Waterman, of said towns which t
deed made to the subst riijr. covriis to
be imanai'd,. in a husband'-lI!; in:ii..-'r,
and t.Nisi paiid.. Thie autiu.iincer uf thif
town will attend at the al.aoe tiri.n and
place, strike it orrT and give a lease.

Wickford, Fe .I .

1.,E..L Es'TFF.
II' .be sold at a .; a :,: '" *. .1 ;
On Thur-ilay, IL. of Ap1il next.
If not /previov ,, adij..)i.d .Jfua /r-vot.
& FARM, ta F.,ta.'r, I', 'mile rrnir
/ H,.-nkui M ills, fornici ly ov. r wtl i%
Thomas C:,rpenter, c(rntaini. 2 I 1 20 c ,I-.'s
of excellent land, well prI.p,.rtiori, tI lor
mowing, p n!tir.ige and plouqhhl ;,i> "in an
good house, barn, and ott:nr ouit-biiilditi.:r;
a well of guod ~,a.r, and .an orchald t. :,%
will make s, harrilsof cidn.t anni.,iily. It,
is situate tn both 'ides of Planoingli s .1, i, *
er, and betv.e Ln to tua r laik(:S, c.,. h a nmilc
Also, a good t'vo-siti v Dv. :llin.I-HTLiie..,
.with a barv, gardens arid -"ell of god na-
ter, in Pawtuxet, about 10 rods' from the
bride-e, on the Main-street.
For Fitil.i-r information, apply 'o l0' -
T-r. ANL. Mi.Nrit. 2d, of Smitnfi Id, or
StRtHV J:icKrEs, ofCi ilrberland, xecu-
tors of the last w ill and testament of Mt's.
Betsey Arnal., deceased, latw of Pa'.: nr:et,
February 20. 16t.

lAal Estate at Aucltion.
Will b6 sold at auction, on the premisesf
On Wicdires .a, 14th of lp.ril next.
4 LL the right, title and interest of OQiu
veir Williams, at the time of his ti-
,ease, in and to a cer-vin lot o.f 1[ .' ita" -
in J..lIhstt.ii, In the vi!la f .-f O in.- v'"
lyingf on i.'- s,: t a side .J .he: R': .i---i. l
-and C...'t ctlh'it tnrti.ike rad, L-ai.itr. ':,
about !.:, an acre, sulec-t to the jrim. c ,tIf
Marcy WVillianm., i'id,, of s'i'aI li ..*i,
the whole having been set off to hect an
dower, since til rl:ce .et of the said Oli-
ver. The premises will be sii.!l ao ldts, td
sA.ttiLTy tie jilst debtiAs of the said Oliver,
with iit ide'uil charges. Tc-n a atad con"
editions will be made known at the time of
sale, SAMUEL RKiN Execitor.
Johnston, ,W'-. *'. .

SVualul.ile Real Etate, :t Alw-

On Sl: .rd'iy, the 1st Of a1I01 ne ,
AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M.
Will be sold at auction, on -the .r-em ,,
'1-1HE valuable 11eal rEat:- in t)V-'
i_ ni's Lur-1::t, at. ,apposite B. Hop :pt'a
late the property of James Munro, dcea.s-
ed, arid ho't iri the occupancy of StepheI
Dexter, Esq: The house and out-build-
ings are large, well finished and commo-
diotus. The lot, coinmy'.in'. almost corn
plete square, (having coi.-- ci i ( streets on
three sides of it-,) renders it one of the
most elegant and desirable situations it
Providence. In other i q)c-cfts,the advan-
tages this estate enjoys,. are so generally
known, that a more particular description
is deemed unnecessary.
.Conditions liberal, and will be mad6
known at the sale.
B. & T. C. IIOPPiif, .d 'i.,
Fertuary 37. 3

7, A. .i( ., t k.C, the nort, st re in Al-
my &) Brown's building, diil ctly op-
pos,.e the Baptist Meeting-house, offer ,'
wholesale and retail, a ge-rural assostm e.
of Cl.inaa Glass, and Crockery W'arc.
S;'ver, Britannia. Plated, Block-Tin an,
Jppaned Ware, Knives and Forks, Pock
et and Pen Knives, Scissors, Razdrs, to-
g.tber with a great variety of Gold ant'
Sver Jewer y, staple and fancy Goods,
at f which will be sold on the most ac-
C* .niodafing terms.-
ash paid for old Gold and Silver.
Alarc& 3. tf.
.Vo. 1, jlarkrt-square, (u/i stair,,)
91 HE ULTIMATUM, or the Rejoin-
der, showing by the Scriptures, that
:he 'eed of the Woman, which n bruised tlI
Sefi .-nt's head, is Je$sus Christ, the Son rl
God, but is not God ; wherein the weight
is so treat in the opposite scale, that the
TmtL BALwNCE" is madt to k.ck the
-beam. By the H,;n. WHE1.LER MARTIN.-
Price 12 1-2 cents. ,
A few c-pies of the Rev. Mr. Potter's
Masonic Discourse, pronounced before
Morning Star Lodge, in Cumberlanld
The greatest variety of BLANKS that
can be found in the State; School Tick-
its, and printed Note Books, Writing and
Lener Paper, Blank Books, ScLool Books,
&c. &r-
"E7 Book, Music and Job Printing aind
Br.ook-Binding done oti reasonable terms.
BILANK BOOKS ruled to any pattern,
and'bonnd in an improved m.uiner.
14,arch 3.

Just re-evtd, per bri r Ja>ee .fonrc.e,
fi-om Chorleston,
TRTY-FTVE -bales prime Upland
12 do. do. Long Sitape do--for sale by
March 3.

('9(t0i1 1and Spanslish Cigars.
Ilave rerriTed ihp tre Jarmes lMonroe,froan
Charltlton, and ,'.ffrfir& sale,
fX TE EN bales pime Upland Cotton,
and 10 whole ana 20 b-lfbuses Span-
"sh Cigars, of the best quality-price S 16
per box.
March 3.

New Orlean Molas es,
THE subscribers have jest received a
few hogsheads of heavy New-O rleans
MOLASSES, which will weigh eleven
pounds to the gallon, which they will re-
tail at a lessprice in proportion to the worth
thpn any other Molassesi msnarket. Those
a .c, buy. -ill please to srnd open vessel:;,
as it cannot co(nvlienn ly b. put in jugs, on
account of its thickness.
Groceries, of all kinds; Crockery Ware,
iT'-iri'ware, Puovder and Shot, and other
c They informn their farming; Triends,
that they are ayvinz in a stock of GR ASS
-kinds, which they will dispo..se of at cheap:
Weybosset-Street, near the Bi idge.
iltarch .3
I FIFTEEN bags good quality Java,
50 boxes fresh Bloom Raisins,
10 barrel, do Smyrna do.
5 bales Hops, *rowth of 1818,
20 boxes Pipes,
3 casks Winter Strained Lamp Oil-for
sale by

March 3.


rTI'HE subscriber would remind the
-1 public, that he still continues to stay
at his old stand, where he keeps a genuine
assortment of Groceries, which he is dis-
posed to sell very cheap, for cash or ap-
r'.sed paper. He will also sell that de-
lightsome situation which he now occupies
as a store and tenements. Nothing need
bS said respecting this estate, as there are
but few in town that exceed it. Those
indebted to the subscriber, are desired to
nake immediate payment, that he may be
enabled to do likewise.
March 3.
VF 3HE copartnership heretofore existing
S between the subscribers, under the
firm of BOWEN & BALLOU, v.as dissolved
on the first of March, by mutual consent.
All those indebted to the said firm, or to
the late. firm of BOWEN S VILBUR, or to
GFORGE W. BOWEN, either by note or
book account, are called on to settle the
same before the first of April. After that
date they will be left with an attorney for
collection. GEORGE W. BOWEx.
March. 3.

A LL persons are hereby cautioned
-,'. against purc chasing of any person or
persons (the subscriber, Administrator on
the estate of William Goddard, Esq. de-
ceased, excepted) any fuel wood, .tmber,
rails, lumber or hay,belongingto the f trl'
in Johnston, now in the occupancy of Mr.
Chad Cary. Circumstances imperiously
require iliat this notice should be publicly
given, and attention to it will aid the cause
9f justice and fair" dealing.
&Febrzary 27.

& YOUNG WOMAN, with a good
breast of milk, to live in a family nea,
: his town, and nurse a young child. Alib-
,ral compensation will be given. The
-hild will be put out to nurse if it should
be preferred. Enquire at the Patriot Of-
MParch 3.
Leicester .Machine Cards.
THE subscriber manufactures and.
keeps constantly for sale, at "' '-rick
Factory, about fifty rods east of t.. '
iug-House in Leicester, NLACHINEk t
made on a newly improved pian, for .
ton and Wool, warranted to be of the ftirst
quality, which he can forward on the shlort-
est notice, to his Agents in Bostii, Provi-
'ence, Albany, New-York, Philadelplii.,
and Baltimore, free from expence.
From his long experience in the b' tii
neSs, he flatters himself that he shai, ouc
able to supply all who may favor him witn,
,iieir orders, with Cards of such quality as
will mt-rit their approbation. '
Ail Cards warranted by the subscriber
are stamped with his name on each sheci,
and as persons arc passing through me
county with Cards for sale, which are not
stamped, and in somc instances sa) ing they
were made by him, '% hich is not true, the
public arc cautioned against purchasing
Cards unstamped.
All orders shall be punctually attended
As the-subscriber Vas one of the late
firm of WooDcocx & SMITH, and as Mr.
Woodcock has been dead several years,
orders are occasionally directed to SMITH,
one of the late firm of Woodcock .& Smitin,
which are intended for the subscriber,'and
which are not received by him; all: who
wish to have Cards of the subscriber, are
requested to be particular to direct their
letters to ALPHEUS SMITH.
N. B. His newly improved filleting is
set with a twill of three, and contains one
quarter more teeth than the common kind.
His sheet Cards are stowed thick with
teeth, and are set either twilled or plain ;
and those who order Cards of him arere-
quested to mention which kind theyprefer.'
Mrl'. SAMIVEL AMs, Agent, Providence.
Leiceater, (Mass.) .Feb. 9. 6m.
T HE subscribers, h-ving been appoint-
ed by the Hon. Court of Probate of
Glocester, commissioners to receive and
examine the claims against the estate of
Amey Keech, late of said town, deceased,
represented insolvent, hereby give notice,
that six months from the 14th of Decem-
ber, 1818, are allowed to the creditors of
said estate to bring in and prove their re-
spective claims ; aid that we will attend for
that purpose at the dwelling-houic of
Amey Clark, in Glocester, onthe last Sat-
urdays in February and March, 1819, at 2
o'clock, P. M.,
All persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make payment without delay,
to AMs Y CLARK, Axecutrix.
Glorester, feb. 9.

____ A good Farm, situate in Gloces.
j|T*1 ter, on the great turnpike road
In from Providence to Hartford, con-
training 170 acres of land, with a
good house, barn, corn-barn, and other out-
buildings. Said farm is well watered by
a brook, running across it, near the house,
which was never dry, and by springs on oth-
er parts of it. This farm is well divided
into mowing, pasture, and ploughing land,
and has three g6od woodlots on different
parts of it. A tavern has been kept here,
and it, is a good place for a store. Said
farm will be sold very cheap, and a long
credit given for part. For further partic-
ulars enquire of the subscriber, on the
G!oce.;:e. Frh. P. (tf.
Commissioners' Volice.
iHE subscribers having been appointed
Commissioners to receive and exam-
ine the claims against the estate of Phineas
Darlin;, late of Bu rrilli ilk, deceased, rep-
resented insolvent, hereby give notice, that
six month's from the 12th inst. are allowed
to the creditors of the said estate, to bring
in and prove their respective claims; and
that we will attend for that purpose at the.
dwelling-house of Reiuben WV3iling, Esq.
in said Burrillville, on the first Saturday
in August next, at one o'clock, P. M.
Burrillville, Feb. 26. *

G. W PA itT' ID ,w,,
C ONTINUES his business at Mr.
ADAMs' Hotel, opposite the First Bap-
tist Meeting-house, where every operation
necessary to be performed on Tepth, is
*done in the best manner. He tenders his
ardent thanks to the people in Provilence
and the adjacent towns, for their liberal
patronage in the line of his profession, dur-
ing the last six months1 and solicits future
February 27. tf.
Wanted to Hire,
A CONVENIENT Tenement f6r a
S small family. Possession to be taken
thia first ofApril. E squire at S. DAoIs'
Hotel, opposite the First Baptist Meeting-

Februar, 17. t-

Cotton and, Card- Ire.
Have received and offer for sale,
F vOURTEEN bales Prime New-Or-.
Sleans Cotton,
21F ditto Georgia Upland ditto,
90 Southern Hides,
12 casks Et.glish Card-Wire, assorted
.2d, mo, 27th, .

State of Rhode-Island, &c.- Sate of Rhode-tslaud, &-:.
Providence, sc.-Clerk's Offcc preme Providence, sc.-Clerk'. Office Supremne
Judicial Court, Feb. 20, 1819. Judicial Court, Feb. 20, 1819.
THEREAS the General Assembly "XTHEREAStheGeneral Assembly oi
TT of said State, at the February ses- A said State, at the February session.
sion, 1819, extended to Stephen Jenks, 1819, extended to Charles Burlingame,ol
2d, of North-Providence, blacksmith, the Smithfield, yeoman, the benefit of an act
benefit ofan act passed in June, 1756, en- passed in June, 1755, entitled '-an art for
titled "ian act for the relief of insolvent the relief of insolvent debtors"-Notice is
debtors"--Notice is therefore hereby giv- therefore hereby given to the creditors ot
en to the creditors of the paid Jenks, to the said Charles, to appear at the said Su-
appear at the said Court, next to be hold- preme Judicial Court, next to be holden
en at Providence, within and for said coun- -at Providence, within and for said county,
ty, on the third Monday of March, if they on thethird Monday of March, to nominate
ee fit, to nominate commissioners or as- commissioners or assigners to receive aan
ignees, to receive an assignment of said assignment of his estate, agreeably to law.
.enks' estate agreeably to law.- DEXTER RANDALL, Clerk.
DEXTE.R ANDALL, Cler. State of lhhode-l.sland, &c.
State of Rhode-Islaud, &c. PROVIDNCE 'so.--Clerk's Office Supreme
PROVIDENCE, so.-Clerk'a Office Supreme Judicial Court, Feb. 20, 1819.
Judicial Court, Feb. 20, 1819. | "'HE EAS t h" General Aas, inbly
.t.A W of said State, at the Feb. session,
FHER E.A S the General Assembly o dt a W 1 n
W' of said State, at the Feb. session, 1819, extendedto Benjamin W Robbins,
1819, extended to Laban Lake, of Provi- of Providence, the benefit of an act passed
dence,Blacksmith, the benefit ofan actpas- in June, 1756. entitled anact for the re-
sed in June, 1756, -ntitled "an act for the lief of insolvent debtors"-Notice is there-
relief of insolvent debtors"-Notice is fore hereby given to the creditors of the
thereforeliereby given to the c reditors of said Robbms, to appear at the said Court,
the said Lake, to appear at the said Court, next to be holden at Providence, within
next to be holden at Providence, within and'for said county, on the third Monday
and for said county, on the third Munday of March, if they see fit, to nominate com-
of March, if they see fit, to nominate com- missioners or assignees, tb icceivc an as-
missioners or assignees, to receive an sgnment of sa l Robbins' estate, agree.
assignment of said Lake's estate agree- blytolaw. DEX R RANDILL. C1rk.
ably to law. State of Rhode-Island, &c.
DEXTEft RANDALL, Clerk. Providentc, --C,'-r's Office Su,/reme
Sthe PresidtheJudicial Court, Feb. 20, 1819.
By the Presilen t t ilie Ull1- 'HEREAS the General Assenbhly of
ted States. s said State, at the February session,
-'% 7 HEREAS by an act of'Congress, 1819, extendd(1 to Henry Aborn C-,nly, of
Vt passed on the 17th of F, bi a v, Providence, tche ;r,.-fit of an act passed in
.1318, entitled anr act making provis- June,, 1756, emiilel,. an ; t for the relief
ion for the 'establishment of additional of insolvent debtors"-Notice is therefore
Land Offices in the Territory of Mis- hereby given to the creditors of the s.id
souri," the President of the United Condy, to appear at the said Court, next
States is authorized to direct the public to be holden at Providence, within and
lands, whichhave been surv-vtd in the for said ccuilty, on the third Monday of
aid territory, to be offered morale : March,ifthl v .e.: fi, tu n-minate com'mis-
Therefore, I, James Monroe, Pre sioners or assignees, to receive an assign.
dent ot.the U.ited States, do hereby d.- ment of said Con'y's estate agreeably to
dare and make known, that public' jles law. DEXTER R\NDSLL, C,'rk.
for the disposal (agreeably to law) of --
cetrtainA land in'the territory of Mi-s.u- '
ri. sliall be held as follows, viz: At St. f ."'"--.., .-r-'% ^;.
Louis, in the said territory, on the first
Monday in August, October, December, .
February and April next, and three
weeks after each of the said days, for "', _..
the sale of lands in the land district of
St. Louis. Thirty townships shall be PA RDON I RR 'LU,
offered at each sale, ('onmilnLtin with NO. 16, ctEAPsiDE,,
the most eastern ranges west of the fifth IT AS constantly on hand, a great varie-
p, ii, ,al meridian line, and proceeding Jj ty of Spectacles, of all kinds, and
westerly. Cases for do.
'At the Seat of Justice for .Howard Spectacles repaired in the best manner.
County, in the said Territory, on the first 'taple and fincy Goods, Silver Spoons,
Monday in September and November 'and Goid Beads, warranted of the first
next, and three weeks after each of the quality.
said days, for the sale of lands in the february 6. ftf.
land district of Howard County. Thirty
townships shall be offered at each salc; 0 C-. t,5 0' r ,rier.
the first to be in a square form, and to The subscriber offers to sell or
inclulide the shi of justice of the. said t let, the noted stand -for a tavern-
county, as nearly in the centre as the sit- I in Pa\ tuxet, heretofore occupied
nation of the surveys will admit, and the. by the subscribe. and lately by
second immediately east of the first, and Mr- Andrew Horton. For further panic-
in the same form; excepting from sale in ulars, enquire of Mr. Roger Alienton, in
each district, the lands which have been Provi-l'nce, or WILLIAM BAMrnY.
or may be reserved by law for other pur- Wickford, Feb. 16. tf.
poses. IIFARM FOB SAL E. .
Given under my hand, at the- city of Forsale, a valuable FARMN, b
WVashington, the thirtieth day of lo tosale, a valuable FARM, the late
April, one thousand eight hundred f longing to th e estate d, the late
a~d eighteen. .|. [ Benjamin Va,'ghan, deceased, sit-
JAMES MONROEeighteen.uate in. East-Greenwich, one and
By the Prsid MES MONROE a half mile' west of the town, containing
JO IAH MEIGS, Commissioner about seventy-two acres of excellent land,
of the GeneralLand-Office. pleasantly situated and in a g .ood neighbor-
May 1 n 45w. hood; with a dwvel!ii,-hl.. "s., barn, cider-
house, and a large and very valuable orch-
RB fha th D-a.ladw nf f li. a TT dtnl ard thereon.' The terinst'will b made a-

W THEREAS, by an act of Congress,
passed on the third day of March,
1815, entitled "- An act to provide for
the ascertaining and surveying of the
boundary lines fixed by the treaty with
the ('Creek Indians, and for other pur-
poses," the President of the United
States is authorized to cause the lands,
acquired by the said treaty, to be offered
for sale, when surveyed-:
Therefore, 1, JAMES MONROE, Presi-
dent of the United.States, do hereby de-,
clare and make known, that public sales
for the disposal (agreeably to law) of
certain lands in the Alabama territory,
shall be held at Cahaba, in the said ter-
ritory, on the first Monday in January
next, and shall continue for three weeks,.
du ring which h time will be offered for sale
A: St. Stephens, on the second Mon-
day in April next, for the sale of
Townships numbered 5 6 7 8 17 18 19 20 in ra. 1
S7 18 19 20 2
17 4
At Cahaba, on the first Monday in
May next, for, the sale of
luwnships numbered 112 in ranges 9 10
7 7 8 91011
6 78910tot11
5 10&11
except such lands as, have been or may
be reserved by law for the use of schools,
or for other purposes. The lands shall
be offeredfor sale in regular numerical
order, commencing with the lowest num-
ber of section, township and range', and
continue three weeks, and no longer.
Given under my hand, at the city of
Washington, the 24th of Novem-
ber, 1818. .
By the President.
JOSIAH MEIGS, Commissioner
of the General Land-Office,
December 5.

-0 EST York-River Oysters, for sale on
ivbard the schooner laria-Ann, lyin
at the uliarf, nea the Bridge, west side.
both in the shell and out, of the first qual-
ity. Also, best Richmond Flour, for fam-
ily use. February. 27.

sy to'the purchaser. If not sold by the
25th of next month, it will be -let for one
year. Apply to
SAMUEL F. MAN, tars.
2d Mo. 20th. tf.
A MALL FARM, containing thirty.
two acres of excellent land, pleas-
antly situate in Pomfret, 1 mile west of
the Pomfret Manufactory, on the turnpike
road from Providence to Hartford, near a
school-house, where there is a free school
four months in the year. Said farm will
keep five cows and a horse the year round,
with an equal proportion of plough land,
and is an excelluint situation for a small
farmer or mechanic. For terms of sale
and payment, enquire of NATHAN DaErs-
SEin, living on the premises.
Pomfret, Fed. 26.

SN the 11th inst. a red Morocco Pock-
et-Book, containing a note for 8 30,
against John Smith; one against Pardon
Jilson, for % 5; one against J. Cooke and
H. Griswold, for S 8,50, with sundry other
papers of no use to any one except the
owner; and the finder, by leaving it at this
Office, will receive the thanks of the own-
er and one dollar for his trouble.
February 27.
IVater-proof Hat AainifalJcoryi.
SAMUEL PEARSON respectfully in-
forms his friends and the public, that
he has removed his '"Water-proof Hat
Manufactory to the Main-street, directly
opposite the Providence Bank, where he
solicits the calls of all who may wish to fa-
vor him with their custom in his new line
of business.
-February 20. tf.,
Wheaton's Itch Ointment. /
-THIS well' known OINTMENT noeds
i no iecommendation,asit has been found' to
be a pleasant, safe and certain remedy for the
Disease an n1 its tiges ; or sale ii ;', d, ,nc:
by Dyers & 'fanton, H. Whitey, J. H. Mason
f. Waterman, G. W. Hoppin, H. G. Bowen, J.
Wldham, D. Greene, J. Batch, S. Wkhelock, ani
'i) thl ).g-|i-l in N. i.V\ rk and B ston j-"
v ere may be had W VEATro'S. JAUNDICF
November 2. tf.

SAVING taken the Sl.op ov Hop-
PIN & WILsoN's Store, 'ket-
Square,.recently occupied by his latc broth.'
-.r, Benjamin Vaughin, intends carlyirig
un the TJILORI.,VG .lUSI.VASS, r.nd
elicitss the favors of his friends, the cus-
comers of his late brother, and the public,
and assures item his best exertions will be
used to give satisfaction.
let Mob. 16. f.
At the old Stand, No. 8, Market-stree,
west side,
Have on hand, which they offer at whole-
sal. ca.d r .'a.l,
A GENER AL :nd well-selected as- .,'t.
ment of ladies 'gentlemen's, VyoI.,ts'
and children's SHOES and BOOTS, o. a
good quality and fashionable patttiLrts;
amongwhich are ladies' first quality Walk-
ing Shoes, and gentlemen's Wellington
Boots, from the first manufactories in Bos-
ton. Rips mended gratis.
N. B.-Persons from the country sup-
plied. with good Shoes, on reasonable
February 24. 6w,
iP .kets AniI, VPOe S aind Juno.
The regular Packets, ANN, Jesse
SComstock ; VENUS, Wlilliam Corn-
_t.Cstock ; JuINO, Samuel Tripp, Mas-
1^^*[er, i'ill continue to run between
Providence and New-York, as heiretiofi e.
For freight or passage: apply ,to MOSEs
EDDY & BROTHERlS, or the Masters op
board. ,
^-C- The Venus will be ready to ree i've
freight on Monday next, and sail about tlhe
Ist o'. March i.
Frbruari 17. 6t.
COOKING Stoves, with copper and
con-mposition bc i ,t s ; Trai.i.;',. .n
Stuves, Puiiadelphlia oveni StoVesi ipel
house and pyramid Fi anklin Stoves ; ccnm-
mon box Stoves and Grates, Cabous..s,
and Stuive Pipe, all of i which arc of .the
first quality, and offered at the iunttfactu-
rers' prices, .

of all sizes, English and American; sheet'
Glass, for clock faces, pictures, Rc.
of the newest patterris, in gilt and mahog-
any frames; Brass Audirons, Shovels and
for porter or cidi1. in mats of eight doz-
en e.ch : large Bottles, for druggists;
Demijohns, from one quart to four gallons.
Paints, Dye-Sturffs, Hardware, and Ship
Chandlery, as usual.
Nearly opposite the Providence Bank.
Februir I13. tf.
LSPECTFUL'LY inrl'.,i ni his friend's
Sald] the public, that li. e has les.o ed
his manufac story to the store in Mlain-
street, nearly opposite the P,ovidlerce
Hiank, fornierly occupied by Mr. aI..,:c
Boorom, tobacconrist, where he int ,ds car-
rying on the Tobacco business in its .'ari-
ous branches. H1-. vill keep coi;stajily on
hand, first quality Spaiish, hall Spanish,
and American Cigars; smoking Tobacco,
in large and small papers; also, sw'eet-
scented fine cut, in small papers, forchew-
ing; like ise, sweet-scented leaf and Icose
cut, for retailing.,
Having served an apprenticeship at the
above business, he thinks himself capable
of giving general satisfaction to 'hose who
may favor him with their custom, as lie
intends to pay the strictest attention to his
January .30. 2m.
A FARM, lying in Scituate,
fifteen miles from Providence, o4
'a the Killingly road, containing, by
-J estimation, one hundred and fif-
teen acres of excellent Land, consisting
of ploughing, mowiug, pasturing, orchard-
ing,, and woodland; with two Dwelling-
Houses, a Barn, and Corn-Crib.
Also, a Mill Privilege, on a durable
stream of water, containing nine acres of
Also, a Wood Lot, of fifteen acres, about
one mile from the said farm.
For further partiuilars, apply to JosEPr
and JAMES M.tATIN, in Providence, or
ISAAC FIELD, Esq. near the premises.
January 13. if.
Exeecuiors' oVoLice.
TH E subscribers, Executors of the last
S will and testament of BENJAMIN
VAtGHAN, late of Providence, deceased,
request all per sons having demands against
the estate of said deceased, to exhibit the
same to them for adjustment, and those
who are indebted to said estate arepar.
ticularly called upon to'make payment.
2d Mo. 6th. tf.
.tt his store in Bristol, R. J.
SIXTY tons best St.Petersburg clean Hemp,
80 tons Russia Iron,
50 pieces Russia Duck, ,
100 boxes German Steel,
N. E. Rum by ihe hogshead,
Best retailing Molanses, by ditto,
10 barrels Bras a Sugar.
Bristol, December 12. tI.

Miscellaneous, Mercantile and Poli'ica'.
Wednesday and Saturdays,
Opposite the Market-House,