New-York spectator
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Title: New-York spectator
Uniform Title: New-York spectator (New York, N.Y. 1804)
Alternate title: New York spectator
New York spectator and semi-weekly commercial advertiser
Spectator and commercial advertiser
Physical Description: v. : ; 55-78 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: J. Mills
Place of Publication: New-York N.Y
Creation Date: May 5, 1813
Publication Date: 1804-1867
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Citation/Reference: Fox, L.H. New York City newspapers,
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the New York Public Library, and in microform by Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 673 (Jan. 14, 1804)-Mar. 28, 1867.
General Note: National Republican (1820-1834); Whig (1835-1850); cf. Fox, New York City Newspapers.
General Note: Publisher: Lewis & Hall, <Nov. 17, 1813>- ; Francis Hall & Co., <April 11, 1820-Aug. 15, 1844> ; John B. Hall and Francis Hall, <Aug. 16, 1844->
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Preceded by: Spectator (New York, N.Y. : 1797)
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4rOx XVI. XWLDNEsDAY, MAY S. 1813. Wo. 1581.
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.v' Ir- YORK s.PJCfI iTOR.
British Commnadant of the Lakes,-A Lon-
don paper of March 28th states, that Capt
Sir J. L. Yeo is appointed to the command o:
a squadron to be employed on the Lakes in A-
The-same \. i,.-r states, that Ad. KEATS
was to succeed Sir J. T. Duc.we ztr -on the
Newfoundland station, anid was to proceed
thither in :he B-..l.l-r. lil,,n 74.
C't-i..: T.,'-.;,. I '?-.rns -We have now
the pleasure to present to our readers com-
piete and correct returns of the votes given in
this city for Governor, Lieut. Governor, Se-
nator and Members of the Assembly. It will
be seen that the average peace majortiy for
Members of ,\:.r -l-.,l is 141. VWhen we con-
aider the remissness of many cf the federal e-
it.ctors in some of the wards, and the efforts
made and means adopted by the war party to
carry it; their ticket, we are not a little sur-
prised and gratified to ind that we have so
large a majority. Perhaps there never was,
at any former election, so much and such vari-
cis Ie: :efp.ir. practised, as there has been on
this occasion by the advocates of war. One
of theli rr.;.e. of deceiving the electors, we
shail nowh ientionj that the Federal Party
ina; n1..1 )r rur.'1 ,.-.'t the evil.--
At t le .sav .-th :. ,,i. a man, whose name
ought to be exposed, who pr.i,:..iwl .l to be a
'str~., advocatee of the Peace Ticket, who
:.'';~ ,i'- visited the 1'.1.--i..l Committee
Room, and who in that room distribut-
ed many T'ickets to ElEctors, which without
examination, were immediately given in
.a the p,.l. was at length detected in
dealing out WAR instead of PEAcE Tickets.
Were it not for this base and pitiful conduct,
ihe Seventh Ward would unquestionably have
, given a Peace majority. In some of the other
Wards, and p ti ;:uiL:-.r tlht. Second, a similar
trick we are told was practiced to a considera-
ble extent. Notwithstanding this, the Federal
Ticket has prevailed by a handsome majority ;
and we ci.r.-rattlte the friends of Liberty.
,,er.ce and Commerce, on the honorable and
propitpous result.
,... 'ticket.

S -... -WARDS.
--- c?; -

Slis.s. .- John B. Coles.

S c. Gabriel Furman

Si 0C7'g James Palmer

m R, Hatfield, jun.
o -- C.'w t o t
C 9 o David B. Ogden.

": -Z -James Smith
Sci -* ? o 0 0

o, .s- Abraham Russell
Sl W---'iW-K

t- s r C -E (, S. J ones, junr.

a- Elisha W. King

War Ticket.

P. H. Wendover

Caleb Pell
i a e. C O- -, -'e
2t 0 John L. Broonme

-I an.o '9 Isaac Pierson

V c:, Samuel Torbet
J a ohn Ferguson

s C. N. Bleecker

Jacob Drake.

-71 a.^'a R. t? peunen Manson

-, John Morts

'-i 'o John ilinghara
-~ is ---o :'- 3
Average. Federal 5027
Democratic 4+886

Federal ?i j.r:-,tt

Fl ,R c '.O- RN IV R v.i inch he -'. n.. .' '-.e --,- ..1-, -i' -i.'.-L- ,- .and :,y. I l ..ta .h... .Lu:'- 'T pcrr'.Xrze e1 lt her e..!: ,.1',u : t i.'t .h t .. '.t
Van Reasselear. Tomlpkin with to his Excellency, l. the Baron d'En- to the proposals which, in his name I have just Europe, she has taken advantage of it Ct cir-
1at Ward 355 147 gestrom, Minister of State and of Foreign announced, that he has expressly ordered me, ry on the commerce of Englasd. Ahi, Sir .
2d .246 116 Affairs ; because, till the existence of the cir- In case the King should not judge proper fully time, always time I hava lost too murch tine.
3d 233 141 cumstances which he has specified, it will be and without restrictions, to cr.n,.r.. to it, to It was necessary, you said, to enter :to tke
4th. 226 168 impossible for him to make use of it, and, withdraw myself without taking leave, five new system without .1 ii i,,r too many sacri-
5th 228 160 therefore, to no purpose to keepit. days after the date of the despatch, which I fices--it was also necessary for me, you added,
f 6th 142 149 The undersigned ras the honor to be, &c. have the honor of addressing to your Excel- to do some good for Sweden ; hear ame-when
7th 11 135 AUG DE CABRE. lency.-I request you to accept, &c. you made choice of the Prince of Ponto Corvo,
8'h 185 228 Cofy of a letter from his Excellence M.- (Signed) ALQUIER." did i- r- ., in :.*;..: him t,:, are
9th 96 7 aron D. .-..- ... to 2 Mde Cabre, Official documents joined to the report to his .1. The off. i' i not on the point of .. -:.. .
10th 1T 208 dated ...... '..;, .: L., 1812, jesty the King of Sweden, by his minister ofstate lg :-- elf with Russia ? Was it not believed.
1999 1626 I have received the letter, sir, which you and foreign affairs, dated Stockholm, Jan; 7,is it. r:'. perhaps, iIl I:.elieved, that you, on
7 r,.r,: l 2 have done me the honor to address to me un- 1813. your sile, and the ....ri. and Poles, cL the
"' l deot date of the 21stof this ..s. 1.1- ; and having No. l.-E--irr ct ofa Jueintchtd :; *' .. .. pthr, supported by me, would arm to re-con-
LIE I N.NT GOV NOR. in the course ... ny lii' I, ,1 lud it before ran 1.' .** ., Sw-edi'h mini :.e** 1., ,.. ..i... theeir,lost ,provinces,.-Were not -mer's
LIEt I ENheNKing hisT ,i .N ..Rv *,- 0. ,i Rt,. Oc I. o minds then mitch .'. .li li',,. u- -
,'.*. ..T.,yl.. T yltor. peat to you, that your presence. at -.' .ckl.in i '.t .,iti-....ii.'- all thle per...,i,-,al -;. a i- d.r .1 *' ill, ? I c ',-.- .t:,h t, ,, '; c
Ist W ard ia 148 cannot be totera.ted -ivl, ..-, Yourdiplo- ces '( i':I 1 i I, just been the -.I .-. t ,,. .- to be. ..nJ d a-, ii ,. iac:i
2d 252 1la matic character haviir ;.. ...,, you i.p ll would have been easy torme to have ,p t irced Hu- .... Ir.n' my systetrI. It is only now, -ai
3d 234 138 finld yourself, Sir, in the situations of ail ordina- myself against a scene bdt little agreeable. more aid more unddceived with respect to
th 227 16259 ry foreigners and '_..i. :-.,-,r,,l. ",.]'l:r to the The niiture of mv connf-renctp- with the Duke Swedish politics, I have taken a decisive step,-
ath ee ion of al the ordrs whirh the o of Cadore, the (lf.i_-irur,, I .1. deC i: irfc ff. which I willnot conceal from you. I have
ex fi it o ncessa to give respect ou. the catastrophe which Switzerland .I, ,a-,.. sent.backM.de Czernicheff to Russia. I:..n .
3th 14 ma6 imah chief governor of giat esp department, herself threatened to cornmeicial ..I-,. the -informed him of the declaration which I have
8th 9; 7t" whom reports very little to youtht t advatae vantages gained in Portugal, of which it was iiade to you to-day. I have strongly pressed
0t, t12 21-'; have been made r.spetinrg you, ,ha ve aeivd no dh)tb intended to profit to bear- down the the Eimpercr Alexander to take the same step
7 2 hI orders to make spyou quit tL.: capit:it within English on all points at once, all these circuMa- on his part. Choose Cannon must be fired!
2000 161- four-and-twenty hours. A (..Tr,,; i,' of stances united, had given me sufficient .i.'i.. on the English. which approach yuar coasts,
Feai:'al Majority 386. Police will accompany you to the frontier; to judge what the object of the audience would and thkir merchandise in Swieden be confisca-
and by these means you will not have ny be, but I acknowledge that I did not expect so ted, or you rust have wa v with F-rance: -
SENATOR. further occasion for the passports which you violelit an explosion. I had never behvid the cannot do you much harm. I occupy Podye-
Jeremiah Jhnson. Jonalhan Diiton. have sent back to me. Emperor in anger, but he was so at this time, rania, and you do not much care about it ; but
Ist Ward 3355 14' (Signed) Baron D'ENGESTROM. to a point which surpassed all ii-r gr n lion. I Ican cause you to be attacked by the Russians
i 25 113 was introduced a little after nine o'clouk in tle and the Danes. and I can confiscate all- yog
d -250 113 Coty of a letter froin A'. de Cabre to His morning. I found the Duke of Cadore with vessels on the Continent; and I will do it, if;
3d 2e2 1633 xdateSc tokholm, Dec ron 1 ..1 C the Emperor, and the presence of this third within -15 days, yop are not .t war with Eng-
5th 228 259 have jt this momet rec eived he lette person caused meat first to suppose that I had land. Yes, you are right; thl tie e for the
th 259 whiave jushve this moment received the letter ben called to hear an official declaration, but .-.i:id returning of the courier, most be
6th 114 115 "whilyou havehida th-at 1 would not be permitted to attIend -.i. r...,: l:.,,nd ; s..d .. ih.,ltt.; n.a-t'd here. M.de
7th 1- 135 which your Excellency ,tI ,r .. for discussion. I nevertheless resolved to rel.l) Ci.l-re, I oic.. to '. ,..-: a courier hn-
9th 96 7 2 the first the that my d '. rion on every occasion where I could bring a .. l, mrn-i,.ei ; a.ml : .u ,:, .,,t do the same.
l9th 173 209 hav ceased," informs rme at l. ;n,: time, in. It s impossible :for me to renrier your If within five day' .I 1 '-. rI o *-i. -LIcr I' ;
-- --1 thatI b..c:nie sub--,. r-,,: ih. derds of the po- Majesty aj n a ol: ''u-, of all the Er,,dp.-rur said Ai.h, r.Kl,.. ing hasu. r-..;:,,dt I-.- -t ,r wit
2002 1607 lice, and that the governor has received in- ,i,,;,, the space of at least an hour .n,l F.. 'lnr., M l!.liicr shall -t' cin irn :i ,
Federal ilj...:ity 395. structions to cause me to be conducted to the ,,.,,., i because his agitation was so great, ". -:-. shall have war v ih I-r..-,.- ,. : lcr ...
Frontier. his discourse so broken, his repetitions so i s Yes, it is just; I ha r :..: i.t; e' .-:m r
KINGS COUNTY iThis determination of the Swedish govern- quent, that it was extremely difficult to au -c: d the state of war before this moment; but I am
MAroartiP Cment, and the manner in lih:i it is communi- tncm alll in the memor. I began by p,-rr._i.ir. b now forced to it; by all imaginable means Sweden
aFeerl JoR rITs. cated to me, appear to me more than suffci(nt your I .l 'sy5 letters-Do young know.- ..1 the has already four t!i, -i,- cannot remain i a i-x-
Fe Lott. Re Titean. to justify v e in the eyes of my court, for aban- 'Empevor,t' what is the subject of this letter. I ed statewith England without doing great injuryto
Flatlas, 36 doni he post which I hava filed with ho- explainedit, wilthadding a conplimilnt. With- theContlinelt. lr,- ,vii .t ^ e e1,', p .. '.- .
Ciravtsel -6 notr t more thas a year at thle Court of his out any reply thereto, :he Etperor went o'. il U e-velPmelt, wich! Vi I li.
rra develspedelit, wuch r6 ~I;-, '- I
Flatbush, 10 1 ,i .-, the King of Sweden. I request, in con- Every break in the Emperor's discourse wi ll meaures, or a state oh open hostility. Tlsi
Fletbush, 10 peror s (l bco rse Willi
Brooklyn, 48 sequence, that your exce!lency will send me sufficiently explain to your Maijesty the natua:re 'one. RsI, ti ouw h stronger t th uhe t to be
New.Utrecht, 65 baoc by passports, of which I intend to avail of the short replies v-.ich I'endeavwored to done. Russbtia,ed topeace itnger thte undiet, ofde.
Bushwick, 36 myself with the least, possible delay. make in thee intertalh ndtioof. d
iwe clar-iny war against England. Austrit, a power or
Inc consequence of the answer of M. I)e Ca- Oh, ho Monsieur Le Baron, do they at declaring war against England. Austri., i power o
140 101 bre to this last preceding letter of his Excel- length crave to believe n ween that I am take er resolu race dd t as
101 lr;cy, the Baron De Engestrom, the passports merely a dupe ? )o t hey think that I can ac- I have been a long time the dupe of FPrssia fin.
Reduced Maj y ere returned to M. Dce Cabre, and ti e Cor- ommodate myself to thi mixed or h.:f state of you. She at length came to find by the catae-
Reduced Mority i9--being the laros gv. missary of Police was not sent with hint. N. of ti. ? ;I-.. f i 'I',.. ,, i, : r.ecessay to coie t
en in this county for ten years. De Cabre was iL.Iul -:rl. by his special request, ive me nosentiments it is from facts .: ,,,,,,. ,,1 e e ward to-
with permi-sion to remai three t, ..- i ..- t that we draw out' proofs its matters of politics. state of war. D'enmrnark has done so long ago ; but
British R." /., :, : --Captain Stow, of hol, whece e d ep"arted I,: il :-. i'" Let us see these facts. You signed the peace .. what title cn I exact from thatcountiry whatI
the brig Eunice, wha arrived here this morn- within the beginning of'this year; ,e.i, cannot obtain from Sweden i '.cn ,i tu r.).-"
St ]' w om the Fr-en: .' ,... .'.... .7n .t'. ''...:, vrynrself tn break off all c:lii., iiic ,i .,, with Wl, taows v heather I shall s .i. ;..j.
ing, in 33 days from Cadiz, informs us that ten t,' inia :' .' .' i, .., ,..,,t J.,, ,'i, i ; you kept a min:. i,.i i .co ,r.l i :...-t.r.; with Iussia ? Who -.n th.. : .,al,. r of
thousand British troops were to sail from that .' '.. .' I .... i -.i ,1, L.'. l.i: agent in :d tI -'. a r -. ., -rs May it not one day be. :.;!: r- r: *r ..-t ",-,-
port for Halifax, on the 26th of March. I LE V I -. ..-1 I,. ,I ,Ir.. advanced; you did not interripi l .*I., :. 14.- m- t Ito have a ,;,,i..i!, ..1..... ,, No'.hp,
Spredlated to your L.x.:| ,I -.. t i-, .l. nit communicatio(t b.y the, way of r.-t. i .i:'.. 1, strong in its own resources, ., '".ll.. i- y :..,,.c,
L 'OR St E P '1 .*..t .; *;. I. -,. .l.' i ,I .h n, .c. till still later, acnd what was the result ot it ? utcotlddit, meanwhile, be1 I ;. -.i ,. t.,
-ifA- -' 'h T'' e co tslndeo. rets oined- the samne, I -wiuld re-ls a0ir thlini r s r.5 .,, ,h% ;.i
DIS.ISSAL OF TiH Lt t A S a n i faou ofte e y te n
FROM'oadat S Et DE.i,'nalitTivt ; '" "".VOtlr Of' the ev t'rince Royl On ttne contru-
SFROtM SV DEN. l it t Baroirn, it 1:,, ,,.t ,h .'..'..... ... ..tI- It iontitot of a eomniicationr by ths wv or v, tepottitica scts:'ii to wisi -i.- ,-'-..
Copy ofa letter freminM. de Cabre, Chear de .jfiirs to useless, i.... hl. it-.. it '. I Il ... .1I m i. bv that it is re.gu it is efry rn in' he r fivour, gives me a stronger title.----
from his .iajesty the Emperor of the I'renichr, King lay before you the demands which I am charged to You have v sselsi all l e ports M-'...t'.'', Sweden ua s lgeh li,.. t the
of Italy, at the C'urt of Stockholm, to his E'.cell n- mak to your Court. l p -' *., 'iePrince i .. 3J, I'.:r I-.li ,-it tI.., coltoce
cy the Baron -D'ESngestrm, Chief Miinister of His IMajcsty the Emperor and Kingis informed, Sal, truly i do you get salt in t. 'I o mis infunced by ne I should t
State to his Swedish Alajesty, daled Stocklhohn, that in coitrai.vetion of the treaty tif Paris, the' '" I h t g essei Iesigc Ioen- months ago have taken the step which 1 now find
Dec. 21, 1812. most active commerce continues between Swe- burgh, a fine proof that they do not enter myself forced to do. I nevertheless repent of this
The undersigned Charge d'Affaires of his den and England ; that a regular corrcspon there. They exchange their merchandise in delay, whi-h,on accountofthe season, has beenso
Majesty the Emperor of the Ftench, King of dence subsistsbetweea the two countries ; that the open dea, or near to the coasts. Your lit bene:cial for you; not because I regret whatever
Italy, has received the ocial note, whih 's packet boats come and return from Egland tie Islands serve as magazines in th winter good you may have derived fiom it, but because
Excellency the Baron D'Engestr-c addressed at.d Sco.land to Gottenburg ; that there sail season ; your vessels openly carry cconial you have used me so ill..For along time pst, the
to him yesterday, the 2l0 I of Decem'bere in f'o S" dish :pors, not merly some vessels produce into Gemany. I have caused half a office which was intended for you, was found pre.
which it is stated in substa-n ce- under a simulated destination, but immense score of them to be seized at Rastock. Is it pared in the burcauofMonsler the Duke de Cadore
T"iha t his stvedish est e ing in ond openly directed for Elngltand. Incon- possible that one can affect to be mistaken on (an affirmative reverence from the Minister).;.but
awaited an explanation relative to theentranc testib!e accounts prove, that from, the 20th to the first priliciple of the Continental System ? I waited for the arrival of the Prince Royal, who
of the French into Pomerania, relative to the the 24lh of Septemser, more than 1500 vessels V, ry well, you do not approve of this in your is instructed in my way of thinking. I have notbee
removal of the Ki:;'sOf lcers Mae with English cargoes, destined for the Baltic note, it is not of that I complain, it is' of the able to do it. I have toldctl,,I' w w:.s ca the point
removal of the Ki!ng's Officers to Magdebur-g, wit Ic .-.f, ,-d,.-i-- li li,.,i ii, I* '- ,.' 2fr1 thealti
and the capture cf Svwedish ships by French iand North Seas, were in Gothembourg Roads, "
cruisers, his Majesty has onlered his Minister ad that the Swedish minister not confine I have not slept a Ingle hor in the night, -. .. n ., -,
or isate and of Fireign Asfflrs, to dec!ire tr himself to shutting s hs eyes upon this state ,.l rn accouilt of your affairs; you might suffer me ic ....,I..,LI- i.. '.: ., ., .--.., ., ,. c .
oiBfate and of l reign Affairs, todecliare to at "I ye thist to repose in peace, f have need of it, r*' .., w..i -* rr., 1 T.: :T, .
the undersigned, that his presence at Stock- things, gave coaterciae; l "., it, to tradAe tore is ose in peace, av need.. the .,. Ah! kw wt you bv t o me'' 'J. I have
holm being altogether useless, his i.;jr.i is i'. wi prisoner .- is 1this i I.- A a the sin, Li .. those who had you et sy o i. meil. Ik .ittnWe ha*. r
desirous that t1i. u,,J.i ,cId shall quit Swe- peror and Kint.-: n!'v tcl, .h ..l: i.-ureld prisoners a attempted, the den as soon a' a ... :,. I; ,dl that hI. should, i by so :te stl*. .. ... .*i'.i'. cthe t:..." v, P and violated hisE t. Iri e i. a h nt I but .there still remain sufficient i ... .... 1
at dte same timl,- .I tu.rri hl with the pass- ris, but considers it with a profound and legiti- and violateIw his t. i I you had. better cause t i, ..r,
ports necessary for his voyage.' mate resentment as one of the causes which, n. satifation was it not .,. l :u. de Ca n the sit nation of tLe Pria e Pre 1:,,1 ..i:.
pooe rt" nofx the sitvoaaeion of tfne Prib ca e Iti, rl us,
The undersigned conceives it unnecessary to by preventing theconciusion of peace with Eng- i, did be so difficult; all comes from here; there is no-
dwell upon the note, insinuating that his Ma- land, aggravates and prolongs the misfortunes tThe minister, tre thing eis .,r in t uio. tlhe choice. Bre ;yet, could
jsty the Emperor and i-,cd had acted con- of Europe. If the British government did not i relying atmatvly to.this, as well as tO they -.... that they r., s ^ crve the
trary to the faith of treaties. It would be repose with security upon the fatal condescen. some other ii M railr cti torns. cause of Englai.d without resentm'eint on my part;
Anoh violation of territorial rig is th'e because thatI 1love and esteens tiee Prince Royal
easy for the dndersignied to refute this charge, sion of Sweden, the Li .iitl vessels which this because t lo and esteem the e 'a
by n .lin conionsofthe tratyconelud- year pentetrated into the Baltic in such um- capture o a rech privateer i te interior li is le and esteem the Kingo
ed at aris on the th of January and proin hers, would not have entered it because tino asy- if the port of Stralsund ; but to me noting Ho;!and ; he is miy brother ; and vyet I have
ccl at; iPairis on the w o uldh av ei n rtopento5 li -is hote to ei's ftiywr e brole wi th h*im. have silenced th voice
by facts that Sweden has not fulfilled in any lur would havebeen open to them ; they were "as beelu endre h is not t one's friends bIroke with him. I have silenced thdvoice of
one point, the obligations imposed by her en- sure rori iil: i-p.,." theSwedish sideafriiend- that one shlws these little attentions. iVe blood, t:.. .- e ar tothat of ..-, interest. If
gagements in that irI s, i Fance y r they were furnished t w emai w with i t gis f one were to you wee on my fronti-rs, I should with regret
had shewn the most zalous desire to restore water, provisions, wood; there. they could wait Judge from the evil which yam have cdone te is foced to act as I have just done with ihe
to her that same hPom.erania which had been and chooser the opportune mnmnent for introduc- .I is very year, itou never could have been bet- Swiss. I have caused some troops to lmarci,
conq erea by the Imperial and oical abms in ing their merrchandize upoo the Continent, and tr f s to tte & ,.) -i than at this moment. and the govermer.t has coinfiscaitsi the E:.,
the ilast wars every Where this imtpo'tation was favored.- ,ol i it is you thit tell me so i It is you v iho glish merchsindtide. Let us resume out-selve
The undersigned ihas to observe, that it has His Mjcsty owes it to his dignity not to ssures me that Sweden wishes rather to re- at ienth. Le Seden act as he rh:::,: :.- r
never, either verbally or by writing, been no- suart any lo:gert so striking an infractiona of a l"a" on niy side ; but proof, I I say g advent, to her. t know h.ran. ., .a .
tified to hir, that his diplomatiqie relations treaty in which, hI'arkening but to sentiments pt -ofs i Very well, your state at tIe er Lt her fra.nkly'- a
would he suspended, until he had given a cate- of esteem and afi:ction for the Kitg, he shew- u ltOtuinate war equred asome *. i m :a. :.t th e side of England, agasist me and
::,rir-.l answer to the explantattions demanded ed himsed f ., I,:ni.-.,us to the Svtdish nation d ecsio ll I have lcaod tfes, tou y s ; allies, if such be her interest cr let hert
Il hs., by the Swedish in.isrv i-t is r ., iat *..ii erom- loss. _You harvei cjt.l-l mile--yes, you yourself. nite with i me, again- '... I .1 i. iBut the tirre
lency, tiln t.n;iter of ,r, rf t. r, Ci af- "mnercial relations with the r.,, ti,.. renders u have had the addrfsstogainthe ba sea- f doubtfulness ha- .. .. .,. vWhen fie
fairs, ith 1.-r, r t1 tl,c li ,:, -p n.-rlast, the sacrifices and thea i ... of- the C .rti.,,t n S0l--.1you have time to settle .r I .. c lay- a ,y' .. .,?, ., .-;,ite tiiP ,a'.. ian.
d he he" J n.i- F iet' L ; that in her :.o,.i 'e,! .'n. l \, .l w it 1i l nIgland sitj ls tI 11,, '1 w ill .1 p i a
addressed to the Cli i ri,- tiA I ,, i n IF uance, willN.. ht in her sr-I '' us. 'na I P Ile saiit
limits hilriself to la--.di;,I. ,f tih undersig- is the most useful all) ,h u -. r ui,e iL. t,, exist contrary to faith, that I am to bear the nio ore thi&n Wht vyou ou Lht to hI.v said ; bl h
ed, whe their he : I, as the agentofa Government had ;. that she thus constitutes burden ? You h.. had tie to put ot ves I cannoldot otherwise than t6 srd ycu back.
friendly or hostile I''.. .. .. declaring at the herself the enemy of the contii.ental Powers, in a state o d enue ;y avou ae sti tie wi ter O la war or econsaut friendship ths. is ay
same time to the undersigned, that Iis contin- after -ci-..ri adhered to their principles; But i ore thleu, wat dea hde e t ha l t.e r..t --- last word-my asiar.yte alecla.rel.a. /.k' :
uance in the States of his Swedish ?.I,. te- de- while in it .:rance, Russia, Austria, Prussia, ese e t taise l may see you again u.der more. fvorable au -
pendo on the answer which he shall fnd i i- a nd a'll the other countries of Gemany are what henis become of t era .. .: pe
self prepared to give to this question. sierin.g and imposing on themselves painful a'e no loInger an neutrals. Eiglad aek w- The i r ,i the lef t me. without
With e ist to the principal object of the privations for the purchase ef pease, it can- ledges nloe, ncir can a .: .... them any it>g to hear me furthir. On leaving his apart-
.1;,-I sote trom his excellence the minister of not be expected that Sweden will for any longer. i lt,, aye, slt mean m t, saw no one, l in the ot!herapartmente
}state and of foreign affairs, the undersigned longer time find, in the violation of her obtain wtat is necessary, t-Tow did yondo in nt even the ofti'cers on duty. I know nct
will not lose a moment to bring it under the promises, the means oh peaceably insuring when yoi erein open rupure th ng- hat had given cause to this exuraordinary
cognizance of his court ; but it depends not her prosperiy, armed of obtaining immense rich- land. Su ftr5 do vo n belie tat s circumstance, whether it was by orier;-, a
upon hi to obey the desire of his Swedish ma- es for herself. His fM '.::-t, the Emperor and too? that France, t Bordeau, that oland proceeded fr the ontaneo dscton
jesty. Onr the contrary, it is his duty to cle- King, my master, deirous to chaog anorder thatCGer manysufers? butthoispeciselywht, the functionaries, eca,.se the Er,por h
dare, that he will never consent to abandon f things so opposite to thle system adopted an end nios be put to o:u r n. :,1:.. '. ,: frequently cl.vrated is voice to subi a piticl
the paIst which the Emperor and Kilg, his au- by nearly the whole of Europe, has formal- price. (hee the emperor was violently agitat-. ch: it -as i[lpc'tislC not to inea i n in :.'h
rust maf:er has deigti-nl to confide to himr, e ly hbargetd me to piess his ... i-.: Ma- e .) Yes, wedenis the bole cause rf thecrii n room.
fore he shall have obtained his e Impedthi and "sty by th'e most lively isances, to det!trie exaeriene. St.-eE.n 1s con .. I &.n aEdfWai d. a confsr enca musi:2 t,.i;
Royal Majesty's ordera.to that effect. wvar against Englana "-r.ir :. it, same time tha ie coitis to her. But ,w restor- Duke .of Cadtor:, on parting frtnt whom I -e,
But if his Swedish Majesty in virtue of his to order the seizure (t dl. .Zn. -,-i .essls inall i 1 -! ..., it .l ..., .- .-.. m ,-.-.., off froi lP'ris. This conversation wa's il,:!him;
sover- t;, l I-,it w'ill causeit to be signified to his ports ; as likewise the cctfiscatiot o.f all paidlthe value OF this privateer, which 'was taken more than a Iepciioui of 'I:what hail passed
the U~nL. I :I.gicd, J ..' c .*.''r, nd in rft.'"., that ni', -' -i" lnt' I',', r n'.,lt.1ii prin ,lc hr- merely in consequence of her own inprtid'ence. with (th;: '-:r,')- ...r ; that imy dispatch to your
he ,. lI a.u Irln.,-, IpL lt in; b. residenScein Swe. t ri n" 1"',t.* 'd. "-rri.,-'''n.':,, hg1 I llT'g Thle E1mperor had promised the I'rince I..,.1 Miajesty, and that of the Minister to : .r.
den. the un-l .sgn,:u(, couceiving that under they may have been imported, contrary to the not to exact any thing iroumi :'.. I before the Alquier, might ag-rec as nearas possxii:te. .Eve-
tih it :u.t.ui c. he will only be yielding tenor of the treaty, 'a.,1 -;..t .i -, ;,.- lKing's month of May, 1811: and the prince Royal aEstur~ ry thing having> bten said on this abJct, I
i,, t,,r,-e, .ill ,0ot hesitate to avail himself, with deciaration, which :..in..ti. Ictl. llH. ,:' cor. edtlhinm that aftcr that time Sweden would extend could not forbie i i to tihe i. f
mI- s>..rt-'".t n'.,ahir- .,^ of t-he *-:pr merce with his States. I hate farther to de- her system ofpolicy, and bIes openly f-r or against Cadore, how -. '..., I .. the h.sh ar.d
-, s,:. -, ,,.'. c r, t. you0 E'.. ittrc), t*hat his Imperil. thecoutinental sp;Atc r'c ildi' ?s e in'.' rest ,,.-e t "c>r. ,,,e vi,- yb : .h,'.,-r .',: ,.'
n aight reger. .. ..

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dcl.r.%nd. T' F Mirt- r 1-k c irl re.in arress mO
Utl. s:t:AFac ':in which I ought ta feel (as he
tald :II i '.i ~.i ririg 'lice ,'aipet'i1 i, :. ,.
;, il oll .' r.i the c.-i. i, sOPin -,ril q -' J
.eVI'l 1-. stS. which a.hi&dcJd sri lie nopies
' r 'he I..',' u, H lit gd ics ft eIc ierip.ss.pOrC,
w 4tm! rtie ito i., .. r..I hli- courier from Fontain
blet.au,.nbi about the samee tlin'. that I should
macidile nir.- -fr, nl Paris' ; th l.t is 1o .sv, in
it t verii:r.; :.'1 l.i dat in rrd. ri tl't iu e lh.-e r-
:. ,i iis ria ht hi ive a Ii tli dit ..e. 1-i. *'
,, I me !r.at M AijiaLtr we-i'.i hive l.qo
iv triarraigi hisr office, besides he five which
i :iI the limae of his limitationn"

sectionn l.tturns.--Our Albany Corres-,
p.onIl.:I.t has furnished >i. with the return. of
the m. jo.rities for Governor in the dii'trent
Towns of Albaiy an' Renssel.xer Counties.
lie has alsi obh.;i-gly s t. us a Card, contain-
ingt a ciort-ct siacettmrcn'. It tile vntes iven

The Society a ,-,-.' d on the Sz-:-e 1. -uisz c:-Aliu n.d ..i.i-l.d E'.gliJ:;. .'- :; .V. tI. l-. "a. '-.:. 4 ; T .-.. c.t ii. .. :.- sn wt? i .
lr. ,r f0, A.. Pi-. ; anfw m.vtd abnouit.'*el -r, *.t~iu'.iilw Tihe tunrlciinr t = 'r.p .dug th A P. .-d* r i CO *'e., : l s. I ir. a.,,, Wg -het mC n-., ;A c.L u t ,lA ttrc ..: t .-... *n of Our
ti 1 II '* lu: I., i .Iu -b' r C a ., t.w, UP, l ll' ij on u1 1 d hOh .',, th 'el.,. -E dOl .'.,.N 1, 'r re.. :,' 1 L -Lt il .. -' -, I, ,: ... : L!i ;
Slij in ,',' r :- s. .:., in.i inuiedil t.:.l cut a" -., her r[,.n 'a, iy ;'., i rt l.,rl-. ) A ,:tin. ;i t '.. : Ji ',-:.. i ,n o .uj :,-d Ri',i.,an '.1- the ... a :i
[HE e ,'aveio rs'w, ar./ the ,Je:aAita "fi o rider of ".-.. siitilutl. r.r--r, ihn ri'nan l '.iean i lit I d'd. ,., ("o'igre; rigates, Iri-dai C;o..f. lic.GE ., ut in- cr';:. j, nil _i cavalj y .i e. r, .iy '.il -
rcc:r,n.'l- a *:.:r..lCer..blc .luat..itv of ra CA; l ), Cu siringug i mediately to sea, and in a i-fw hours were out of imi.nutitei. Let hit rn know, in fine, that it i:
i,, .his ,rd..r; he process0ion(whichiniaclded .s. s. Iht Iron, tI town. ravaged n an epid.2rmioc ds.":, tie dreadf ul
h -.hrnStd.,'epcrvee t, '. nthe \Vli.nnpoa, from AsWthe,.relaranu_,.ur. rkhacrur.-"-nwwn d station 'of which ib utcaded, whgre-
abosut 2000 .persons), T.c..d. from the Ui'e;, Era,,'r.e, I :i:d Ai n b .uiad, skit~, tobe cruaig in the-ctni,y ci., r at,..e mcv an ever that army passes.
pHoute, lhrou.n a Sui f Beacencstreet, up S: .dasoi di- s ches for ur Govern- ieipate speedy tidoga eol ar.etlcr aval I.cnrtre ; matter .rom Lond., L.t 4.
BcIkiiap-stre.., to Mlounr Ver.ruin, thence thl .,. t 1 .hI ..err t s.a tl I-..nod. and we h:oe no fe rs dia te br, nhLin e', wnwlit.ch r 'r /a t iL-, 'j-. 4
: co k u e..t, a ..': .-str t, ;- Y -. .. ,a' beat p, wi i.Mn t- o tri es of Otr a liant. rtrs bh.-c iriic .. ,lel' ,I Ihed in t. r: l L,-roa t 1 l. i
:nc c-.ti..-l, aC ..i-l-. i r t, IJ,-t.,ti :- 1, Iet*r* F i..i- r A'or 2. -p A,,a.de, W .II.am.BS. hl.) h. 1 i Tlti'.;3.-.e, srh a .l t,_ do iw-.v i hv i l. .. V iM -0 i i ii .C
siteet. Union-street, C,.rin hill, State-:.. : Eor II Iini 'es, ann then m e: l ,eW- her fromnndi d April, ,niled in n. width Mup Acw aitt a h Ai. t' Orrl.,a in Ch'..., l ;naC mitl .t ,
ar.d Cornhill, toi the O('d South hlint. '- i, bi t ta t, ke her The W r r ed hI-r fire ti on- loi, l pr ", e n fo\n theinip ritiono',f e 'l.rey .u t3 .
which sanctuary the i r.ciaes u re pi !...r.-1 111h t ho0 t was close to her .nd l.-cir,r i ined oft portsailend, b.theI r-A l, a.i d. Leo i e rt.l c r r r cIi a,. i ..tv. t i .
ed (before an audience occupying evefy inch with 16 guns, then opened th--.r r e -Ui c .r* and Frances, An.-Giuile. Char-l,, and r:, na, all he h d.i "r, m 1ki. g 1,.S lk.r c,'. d i. .d
r 1 the p ew les 1 in .c "T he boat i ediaely p ot back with .4 oars of Boston, the latter tosail.abcn 8 h April a. m- I Anerica:n cotmun rie be imported in any s hips
r.i la e pew, gleri-,sraa a,.ileN inle fl oly, when she came up she rowed with 20. Ti,. T p Faicet-, l.rd sr -. C do, r -. hild .,a 1 i,,i- Itwo nai .thm, io stinry .i Ih liO-, coa nty
lowingeiI der :-- Hy mn, c ompo.ed for the' ,cca. I ,, o l. r ccr m,.,nid ii, lc b.:.al w ,n as Len to ,T.r ra.... !ih i::p-.: '- c'ptu: b:. &n .Al,?i.-.t cor- t Jin oI at a .. 9.1 p. i l. is .L.L ,1, *
sio-tn, i, d ptrtl .p na r-i b, tie [menbarsaof of S*.) -" vt-ite. Cbp'i iliac-s ir.h. I t.-, iliat iniriat&iion cUe lid i i ii sono i n-Ue pr.- s it hI r.c--i of c-.
cict. The Throne of Grace was len ad ll '[lie frigate then mtiied three basts, icla- had been r.ceivd at I .*.sJ, lr., thle Britnl.u Aton a re, G -orkin ljUpIiad 19 to 21.d. ; Sea
dirn their lou ,:'. Dining this l ni e Int :- c p. n,irel at Lir.irn, strain that the .Amelia fiiLate had ,l,; :.: to 26 i'K t-r iT|- 3, to 3 : Orl -.i. s
dIr-r -.d in a F.rvertl -it rI i. r lir'arly aipli, pri- tain and .: rL f tli.: ''h rrpol' wa re unl.ad- i ii.llen in wi.t *. o fr, .. iliii'a bette.-n i-e ("'p. I t 1 .- .*,t th -c .rc 0... ni i al; a Iu nb.r
at I'raver, h1) the Rev. Mr. Lowell An Cde ir.;: iler tW ii ..ilk-. T .: -U. hl.' ever, hoav- [de Ve ids ar v'e.:t-r:. i.landi an rd 'hc L. -,t a. 0 1 ct eartg es -re .;,,.cied, which '' uld reduce
,.. if ., .h l I I-r h.Ir.. I u i-

.wri. tte r te ..cIae -d ied to'nlvritten for the occasion, succeeded, .sung by in- traltl, u,% a6 at l a il ij El,. Lii. *1 a ir ilaLt' .i l itaa La.M :ii .aI. I-' the pricc,.
Ir rvrno in 1810, ineve toa in the culd not ritog his guns to bear and th.iiight I nei.rly allher officers arrd was on the pr-:' ofl atria- .
State ;b which we slhall be enabled to give a. SiS bbiu' An Oration was then droered prudent to'ls,.a., ra def[r.d the lhipir,.,i rbet ir, v.l.en the Frrrln.er. sher.-t C f-- -r h..'e. Ir" .' o t ,I.!-, /.ita/
nln a ,tri e i f the totes nd the Federal l, .:C in .. 1 roiAI QL UINCY he i, lc g'-.. manner he ct.-ail flnd t. le ta lore. HE i r ,i -I d-uht J.;,;e (ag, wi. er i, Ar t, l d ., Pli OL O i U. L..
or s in each town, a fast as the official n N lnl paris. The English gained pnossesson tof tie thip. I several days since J '. CL.-IAL.'21- .
returns of lih,: luie election come to hand. h.qb nce ,f one of our New-E,,glanI palri,>ts. tk t of h eroe or nr. t o The Ar.:,dre, was boarded te d %y previnu, at Ry th. p c. of lGn.1, e, Ai.- ,,, r t'. l i it, E-,,.
t1 t0 il it Stof h r ntainede o44 Towns.r b t I I c-t p not to euloTe- h Ar r e, w1s roar d the '' l It'e ''o s, ar y t he g-I, ca ll .o 01L, A ,i-i. l, a, .a i.;. i..-
,a ::io, iis State c .ntainei .44 To~'ns. .vich he uttered, appe ling t i thee prt of th.s to...a, iii,j.-r C..p,. FiCc. i c i, e'' :i la..dr i the' er, ,. s lrigaten i ao. e '.. '.... t--. t .,U .-. %hf Ie :or-'s- ai -. ,.ac 'si, v.'r..t
V e hIse received official returnsof the late e ashic andto the heartsof his *u ience "uo, Nair.,gaIrset, ad proc -.,d tcoh Ir r .:i N; ol rrim e entt onhbu.wiid, and w.., i.Fotlcmd bi her .l.jc i.,r,i hatA to.-c- I .e al i ,tVt iiteredl tur
election front only 19 towns, ith which we h ing', and to the hearts of his au i c tN i o I 1 ,i h t' i comm nder t the fripats Iad tln ,a rioi h d .i cu,a.y. ilit,.,,g t. d a...rt :s n -
now commence our comparative ew ;-- a-~o er' every minor colisiderat;ir .---an r. ht. 'l. l circum,-ices u.- d t1.e "- in to ward's ..=:on, t' a- t- e P. '-'e:det r'-. C-i 'I a.i, -ii' ;, irt,e -:.-, : P..-,a.h 1-
V vs fr G,.ver i.,j it, 813 cma.np red wi Q .incy has been solely devoted, for i I lh t. q th ir I pl der, i r -t., tie to t -. n P-ric ,i r.t RJ ready for ea .and ,-u .,. a. It c.1.. i. c. ,-,nd on t,...e ,- .
ths clucti on in 1810. I years past, to th;e co templation of he the ship. l-,pC P'.company i,,ard:.d .1e burn- sltat atc ore itag ,. taltai O diedd O -- ,i.nt un ir,.n a i,.,, i .e
h cl,-i 'on in 1810inter tt i untry lie ha irg s.up, and exting hi lied tbe firp. A great I .I C ltE :'Cot... i ;-.ier' .A .t lhurn d, i. by de-.ir 1li,
3 eiiat interc tof his country. I has .en p ti l e s t ,p. ..ll the s.' a St'.- i.--' s O. r .. a* ., C',l..- .., 'eur L,.. a, t cti e1, at c ed .-
I !i T,.. 1, 'a ttri Toi0 F.G F aL a must attentive iib rr,-er rf the Ir fes- s- br.in-l in Ira. e : r no, llt d. '... t .es t a .- ic- t. i. hirr, Il t .h I I 1, i t .e i, .,( h ,ald.n.1
Ct) of N. TYotl t'9 1626 O21)' 1726 ios. i n, and oif the pracuce. of the men. who ihold i On th. :,ppeit'a,,c ato the f..,z te the difrt t- Capt.4 1 im i 2 pie, -l.L-ie.:0.in' t.st us the h,..r-,.s and .-.
QUEEN'S, 'OUNTV "- o-ce" happyland -HhasentaLtuadcomas.anie.turiiedn.ut.andCCiLPc 4: oin C'tj`t A 'enflnarian, po.- .i rgr, ir-cia..tl VIll,.,I, '' Iat miavilci n.I 0 10.t J ifdtes sicItIIi andj tot.'i~neC
Flush;,i 77 56 65 71 7 the destinies of this once. happy land. H e has: e.nt m l ia companies Clauruled ,.u and L :pt i tl: e Spari.a CGoi-rnm -o:nt h.d r.q.ju i lt.- it tc ali ii' It. 's u r- bu f'*'t l a d -li-
F-.ry i s ,n ep pln nt co.-i .iT,.. nlth %; e0 al'o- alo ,British lr..nt I ..- ,, Un U'llbe ^ .l l t\ 0 Vi i- ^.at' 1 i1"-"'' bul 6.-V "'lctl ,a 1 --"*
Nrtea -.n 78 1I1 74 1;. 27 applied to hi- ie meni thee truths derived fr.-m I rh l ,,-oi. .,._ ", ij ,,..n I, h a British t r-,- -g.. l_ or, I r.' a i'. '...i .ad- 1 s.. i.'..i'r-1crn,i t,. s L.r,
Jamaica- 83. 129 67 15' .39 t s t u J ..t n, iut. .l :, I r a ai ndthe lIhl i Prab -.bi- -b c r.cO.t tn-i-- d -.t .%l i..L ., u l,-ied seIh r..-
N.mp. listed 120 75 116 5 24 .hiitury, and has foreseen, with admirable boats being one on shore and the other r..tpir- gerthat theirench w.illeserL,.i hae n ~ 'ituiI. t ii ot .- :f-- .. :'d ..lIt..itIn, and i he Vi-
Hempstead 414 12-i 296 149 1.3 ability, the inevitable (-ii 'ricy of their paihirv. "i, 'here wU bi t a ie coi.pt r.y that st,.r. ed to ic.un.e the sige ; and thi. thitr '..ps cn et _leCia.c f i- p' c..:Cg. t,hder aulTr.-
Hempstea n'ad-'tn4''li9c1 9-,a;-al;-' ti, ha, th- ine itable"I n'ail!i-iiag.-- rg Ilistei':l n I onenat jaLe %-i.-,ildi-
Oysi:r L .ly .21 1 ;6 162 170 93 ; v ih a freed,-, and .r ii ,,i line- become hiring. 5,i n iVt ,'!. I e I'c i ,11n e '.ii t iLhc .1 'th ti-M l-ie-l1 nr ai" .pan. ,t a1. Fr-' t-ii i, .. r t '. r i ,l l. e-
Total ir. ith s -- 1 .till, ".;.. .1 i I l -.lr ; e-iC- 1. II ih I- ;- I r~r li m i ,.- iih-ter;.r ,t ,.pain. .-,irr. G:i, ..-.., refi "' '*:I- i I .r -,cis .'. i It n I. f"N
T o., ad 9s' -3 6F- 1 780 811 3.3- ofi l tlus .rioutis if the.r, lie has warned h;- fel- ll;c .ai! r... i t..t i, G r:,rat ex- .I.',. hte i ..rts, it lat.. bc lo-I)ng .,,i 11,,, -..' re ui .JC oi .t .- .. I:L :r ,.- L.. .. a 1 .- .:, I .. r. co[,,-
W EST CIIESTErI. low citiz.:-rs ofthli frail teiure by whiish they rno.' na king l the l i Ziiet.s .- aIt.IN thii. re- t. s-il fiorn Cadizior Q if(boc. PF rha.s tl.e a. e i lt c ',, i. ,uh a -..-t .. 1t t aL 0r.,, wc. d. cd
West h(' ester 52 49 4'2 63 .i hold the retrnn l ofh o h.ir pol;ticalimi porpar.,,-:. ; nn; ri, pl y ; ai,,d C p1. F..dr,6e's c.a. T ,a dAan t r,,,n m. i be gae.. ,.'. t, i ..a -c-, c,, l*-,at. i .;-, ..i ; t ai d a. r ,,: .,d., aJ-.cw '.e
Easi t hester -41 33. I5 5 2 he a i, dcn 't i hat hEhl ber e h t ri i .. d f vessel.. Ti l'ttLi'r ""i. .thl .A n c..i Consul at Tadgier, a ., .-. i... I l ,,'c t I ..i- ir Lr ., 'h. .I _.
.1lin a on'ce't 13 21 .16 12 12 .he.Ita deaio rp iated thiat :hEl berties h [ p a is u nu u.ui ,,1 ior k, l '.. 2, t. ..i-< ...a1 i a .Cdiz, mertio-ed Id i .. iI t l r .,. i. a-'
N e-,.clelle 37 32 45 33 7 scarcely a not:il:, exsteuce.. \\'e arc aware that an Aigeriie had taken an Amt-riean ship, and i '.l. II-a11 -- i.tI:.; rs ,r :;'ri. .
Se -e::teen owns to be heard froin in this coiin,' tl t the truths which l.it.:reJ will rouse the PhadeIh-a, ay t n A n- e hiladeldhhi, May ii i l '. tha n .r er ly i i ...r it a' -.. : .. i, a,i .-
S t.h"tru hsCOihNhTYi.re will ro s eTE F F i NC "Ci', ,aa- ,'i. .2 tIhi -L ..r -tl :u."- ., .... .t ', ,I .. ', tI ,r. ,. I ..h .
C- ALBA- NY C 'OUNTY. ,-'t, s ilitiies, f th!s-- e .- are th.:,. .ice h. Thrs, '.T e na.rh I spedit.u,. raptaii :l ." P I .i.. al- .a.... ad,. 1" Plo ..- it, .- ... : : o C.... a -- (I. -, .; ; ',; ,.,. .. .
C i ,,fAl ny 456 431 -23"2 .21 'nf;i-e seekers, ai,d reiainais, of the corrupt ltimore honI, Uno anx, ati \d ol Cape .ilaa on to Hl ti.dx, o I :i i' oi.r i0I I., -- dec i ,-. V C o l1n-. .- 2 19 6 1 7 s .-i "("
Wlatenr liet 165 .3 16I) 17 i-.i corrupting p .erer which he has exposed Wedneslay hl ias t >.i. oi l fomu a iwhnlal h.,.at, tran ,o s, .. 1,.,.in n v.' .' b-:- ... .it a' -J ,' i ,t, Jr. '.,,
C t il- ..I. rl nd )Ir 6 i ,,9 Id ) to ,. ; u :lic i .- r wi ch e th a,., i gI, th e p ie re i i i i il .i i .) st L,,, r Hl. f 1t ,,41- h I t ..I I : 1 m e I I I,., : i-, .;' h t ,i,:t. Q I, U 1 .T- ',-.`_L '. :, ,-
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B%> n .27. 1 1, 1 : I0 n .".i*- : t h e N u lCF ,, V ir % k I r e 1d M r Q U i c e b m t e u s t 1,o l l l e i l lt t ? r ;. p a p e r A r ( a l g i l e d ". I e .: iI C -. L : ; h .L.t ce rc, i. : r I C1, I,-, r I r -1 h1 1
I.-:ns.telaersi"le 315 150 294 '2.' 0 oration with no coaimon interest. -They. will be-'iia-' i rhalta ) ir.ri. i n.i t hl e l! h 1 ordt-ad x the e. i o flour 12to I' 1 3au hi, ..- %i r., i ',.,l a sir.i c. r... .
(cc'ymEvrn 16 rIi 23 in. 11i. it the aS u.ces of itht r iu-a it.s, arind the *8th of .11u b -t A theo fle:s, in'Ian i -ri.*-'., t ai n 51. or -..cUi -.t- u l ta h .i .; sI : p. : ..II,' i a .-. ,> r l -
Tuta! ill Li- - ., --Il Berli. i I e i .rri ii iii. ., II .i-- .i. t ha. ,, i l' ::- ,. ..., ... I ...SLI ; '
,-ott a Iuimn: c re utia- nea I remedy. And tr., ny v.a.arL h 1,1 I, .a. aii B,-.n3n.iplt, I-t P,,ai, A t,6' li 0 E Ch l.,^ cl l-. I -ct..I i,,n .
county"42S, It P,01, ,-itltill,,ii Ir.n_ -.
The 19 towns above stated, gi:e a Federal whoM aave lu*:kcd forward to the restorsa-on of I5th for Frantkfaid on the OdJ-i, rn-prat-'-y to e, '.er, p.luIl f(asvourcd ,ath (Car'.z i,tpera to tia c .- .c --f- n ... ot'h, *, .;,- ,
gan *.,f p.-17 peace at i -e arid ,c:f' c I..ln,itV, will le;rain, ftoni fpeni Ith- campaign vrilh (it i ) a ul 7Jiia i .e ,,( il. '-t At .'i I-, n IIL, th tI'l ,o ., i-'.' I t, .. ,.-,t ..J n .
,'tat, iti, at. Ih lLac. t le he e.,I-,lla rteis ai t tiC- l't. L- t. i.I -. ,- .:- .c .,.,,. .. ..
IIt .dditioi to, which. cehave rcceised I 'Cp-t-, tin at war is not t -ca e, F.cii" i: t'.I b..a ri-n-..,.,I n .n. I na ( a c 8 8. a i a ',,.;, '", '.. Li -
the maj.liides in a:l the I'owns in liens- but inly one rof the many sympiom of disease, produce was falling in ,eonseqnence of !hiI great Gen. Cai eja has been appointed to iucreid Si ,. tn, ne ..s, .,i I:' p., ,..: ,.i.,:, !; ,. fai
selaer Couitv which giive a net F derail which is far deeper, and inten.td tobe of far num'hral' Enhi 'hIth licensed vessels. n mor Vineg j as.Ticeroy of Mexico.n t s .- i ,.. s .l d- a 1r ii..- a .....-" .' n ,
-l r duraiIn. l.rr .l. offC.apr M* y, a scho nter frr m 'n tarci 92. Letters frim L.- .,l .,.1 I J '2:.I trerr t -, '- ,, .. t r..,, l r-,,-, ,I ...,I
gain of I 4.41. I 441 l.r) ;-.r durai;, n. B, r itda, tikc-i, p. s i-i, by some .-.I lt'rI i tion- Li n asit l 'iaV i t a .-, '. rf.; i i .. i- ". it.- "e I '- i .: -- i ; '- I ; i:. i! .i ..f i,."
4 i'owns in Schoharie 38 Ar Ode, avri:t- n I.r the occasdil.; arid .'T g pai ainersat that island iha n mtalc tirire c ape; news ofthe i.ki. g .1 ). .i it I.. i., I .. .. b,,, I -:. IL. t eq :.ly rtl.. to th (, .' ld
-'6 T'cwns in Mongonmeliy -" ".-I z by Mr. Dai'en, concluded tie'-exercise;. Tree theta hi'g s of thle Pointiet-rlook tl.- l.I.ar.i.r tian rl- sult, andof ?aC o f t.-c.,i a .ni r- i-s i i 2-" iJ. h'.' ier Cor. i. 'iha n.nl trhs u -
.7 Tioa ns in Crlhumbla : : I 3 .tatria-.rds were then icurted to Fanucil-Il l I -alfter slie anr ih,red. b-et tlie i.,ly i ta, li 5 -. iot : 'i .-, 1.'. : I, h-- ;.i.. aiced I c -.,. ,-'re-i-
S T r ,obn < horr-. tl ': ate .thi i t i.. .-cliir. 't' .-i. I I!,, J.', J i i .. i, r r L ,.- i ir, 1, t i, I. i i .i.s .c ,i t -])' ..'i,Ltd : a. r, a
S 10 lrowns in Dutche.ss 54 a d d p ci,-t d.d and if r N. i til k fcoin Bloidm3 eaai. Itl j ie-r. I'. a. ,o.* t,,C i ..d- 'i'ti.- i 1. i .i it Lr,, t..: ,. ... e p, ,it- a,.u ;,aiur.Li.- u, i t cc r.a' i.t'-
S. A n tr it._.a.g. Aum.ng the invited gu.st=. in the P oce nn, r in, of'asu Infor Philtaelphi.is r.m s ame port. s had been usllrll ,,,; '. I it : t' .i .. ... ,. at 7 o'clo k -fro a. :. h ia ,1 .d -.:Lt.i, ti!it
Net gain in4 -l Towi.s .- 1713 ard tihe M meeting House, were i t; e-xc i.'lrv C' i0rel oi n Iliii, Cai.n t -intl arrt -\riv d .it BerrtiiIa. Iir I rIv.. .., i' T|. ', '..A T ;I a.I .rAi.-i_, ',,'.7. rfL ai%. di u-L',' '-r ""- 'd--- .-. ', -
,L'.''..| aci C ; -1--' -- i-, lI dtOnl the iia e-j ',- -, *-f' the a-rlci-. r r. i iL' i.d .'.i Ch -." 'Iihalt
ASSEMBLY. G- n -i n r Srr. r, 1-: -. ... L:. .. G(ov.i P il 8 ', i -' l' ;,,, ,'i lil t eI Co t of Mc'i t an, d hers h e- t,.i. r. I it i.E Ci.e-, h I
113 1 lips, several of the honorable C'uncil, Colonel Filinoilda. ai, drove off his eatt'le and sheep. pendant of the palace ; the royaS guard of Infantry ilir.', ..,d c ...i .cr-.rnp ed bl fli ci
F-.'. De-m r Icm uiiumphcevs, and other gentlemen of political By a person firr-ni Firt-ticllo'ari t1 lN -n'C-.Qtli, c .ra ,car- a r.i r Is- -r, --i -, t a l ic i n. in i Iuh ti, l-
Nc V iiark 1a r I- 11 .and rivil em inence. I.: ra. th 111 'b, Thoi4s.l,.- lasr 7 C L.. I''. li.- t I ,:, i., h1rt I t s.i
I asI 6 ,iti s h l itt,-5u,driatt itt the Ct' lh.. i.,t,0,:"tIl',t i;nI Ati.a -itr, M -..I li'. -LI.,.t aLti,, -C. I'a-k U-'L n Ie- heart ci ,,( ii -,
3 I1 W e have neith,.r time nor ro-fm to spear k of itn FItl-loti, nnU4 I1 nch.lu. nh. I'i ir lair....'.h, '.tthi s1.-i. .eli'-,i e r .ninit d,
S aull .ik 3 3 .this cxhi'bi in as its merits d c rse. r'h r- me, ni at. Oi tl, arir ar ai t a rt le. Ta n ;t .''ah ..- i 't et.' -'i Su,.hCt, ha aa- bch c- .. pa-..-d ni-. i l .lieidr9, .imr ,lhat is- bL-
Ihlnhm.-nd 1 1 were ,2 additional Standirds ar... B cinei ad "", -a 'ar3el I. ]i Ldl I:C. the. I.i' t.'l I 1i, i -,i. i t ,1 ,i l.t l myha I I : -,I I'r.-m e '-te -,a the' i.'. ;i3 Oftr.
1C1,.lu14iI ded to those -.: ,.f the la. y, ,,ear, and t:rre L% hazl t .I t I-- i t.: .I y i ,t t i au ht a his positions in this nig'hbo. I.oJ, H lI. c.- "ia e seen the tm i, in re
ouIi;'.CiU't i l '- 4 ded to ihasEc of the la.lt '.ear. a aatd u,nc t!. U%'kU 'tiL. hcrG C f'.-' au1 ,., h to re- b' a auis y, sialr purt-s d t bo l' -,,i'io.,t c .T.- f I. .
l lasei r : Marshals-all ex cuted witt.that superior uI-,lt l:t i .i. ah a i -u,. ih- r ,e i yansapu sia. ihat i-.a-'i P .. I ci nit.e r..'
Schenectady 2 i 1 l ci r;nc judgment, taste, and el g.:-rie., which u 1. 1 thI hilr p.-. ......n ,' -,- ti ,alt' 1 ,1 ; ,o i.e ,,- i,.-.,' n ,. hei a.t .',bi ... "r,,c :.. a i b.- .a ,-, r .. l ;..,,a-t
R cckla d 1. : u!i)alned f.at the fuormi o m ri m .r.-itei ,m- -I .t tI tilt-r ,li. i.l .... i. i iih .. lit ..i.' . .,I, i* : air ,i ., a.ri,1. .: .,. ,it r ati .': t ,b,.u '
U'a. .nge 4: 4 plau e. hI,-, if lkh-re ta; a.itil in a it IIiili tn u llt., ; 'Tt Ii -I. i i ,ii- ti.ent y i oi.l iua'n ,I'i, t. i -:.:%\ 1 I v a 33 7.
-: ,;. ".' .: / : -z u'. m.,ght llake it and then'l 11L tb1 li-al:.- ; a11 ;i i a, d iQ O cavalry.:. Tlah .itln e 5.fi.,. h ,ce i ,..c,'.a.p'i-iled in nIl
QUEENS COUNTY T he milit.arv c rps w,.'re as e.a:cellent in diA. niiuite e. rvrr B iliu h ,i l. i r '- .i ;, .-t : c-i.1 ,it t iii .1 .. Ciu.d d ...i -. ",.1 ,' I1 i_ ... :e. .. Cr .L, i t n' L iI i. -.-
I.i Esai e.BL L, v cip'air. as full ia nut -u rsi .i.t.s rian uillii'trn, all. is itchr liil F .' r. i .,n i t'e andl i rinsiined thtm, andl alll ti. ,;.. ~ l hi mOimcd. i, a ti n,..d t i cc. cl.n -i ,' i thi -- ,i tt,' .,', in h,, '-
S- ., i I Th.: beautiful appearance-.-he correct and them to a conoideralile amount. The British after Bad joz, march h 1. i h- e..; i;. ..5 raint A rea par
S g even manly deportment of the infant Dis regaling themselves for 3 or 4 hours, went ot.-- T: Spanis, clie"L .l..;a I,,, ialcly gained three we; ting; t'r ear h -.. .h ;.. 1,'- 'A.i r ,
I I -F-, plts TfW ashigton, r'.flte h:orr on them- here were i thr.' itrn in tit.' .own to oppose i-iS Over ..lie I .. i o e -v"...
I ,l i n-. ivhlo I'. I ireS_ .-.I In.sir ii..ot and rlreated. '-t cUndon, a. rc-h 11. rmtn lenro.t.- t 1t'.;ti:. .-i I l- l i. i l.. '--
I se10v6 e3 ,d5 0 selves ard in tii-:i.oi-.. a eL cited sens-1.a.l,: [ are,. hTo ,, ,a>l, a,. in,- ls i, l rlEl.t e, T!e naiire.-,'thed' -ip.,c, ,, l.C -, b mi. Lnri.. h
87 86 .'87. 17 172 1 t6 which none but parents c ill ieel or e.tini.ti e i E.I E i in s. hore, I llry .l. ,-iantiilh .i flifati .e dwel. t ii i ..i f trie.- fr-,,-n ti,.. I>,,sI, ...' ir, i t, has -, L .. .i. n iti L-a U ." .it d
I ," 9 3 12' 1.e53 I I' d A ll tLhe s~rc iet avenuee, and lho i.,es j l"' -, lu-t' .i- -l l.na ,i vr' i ,tii hI ii i r.i. l.. i' ,t tti. l. I,.t,. r .....t. t ',. w ,'h 'l, .on i.i bl i, '-
I I ii.'1 151 155 I I-d 1 25 %-l i 1,r, l,, tl ort 1 ,tr- thf il -" ,iI.- t' -'l .iil.1 '" l -"r, i- aa it is .,'1a.l I I I .'' 1iI, -$ --.i., o -
S 2 520- l chi ,,ey top ware fileJL with ad.i int_ .it !.l jl ;, s-'li1-to ['i-,ru.it Nc-r .,tle to a -' w me. .r,.,F.,,.
"r I .3 5' 373 372 201 201 203 gratified eyes.s aniil .t" Mn P!ih ,lti1pltiaa-nitI ahtthii,,r'. hii'tP armed littel's written b, t ibeki,: ofPrusia ..i .-: tI: our int h d e .- ..ci.i' li c, e i I. T ..res
Wha.le number for Ki m 131M The WVashington Artillery, under Cs -. .:.,: t' .14, a3 t. I .i. l,- r.ilal., qt1 I ."1 1; ,I 'he Russia.. aI was -,, ifo.om o en. -I ... .. T
W riovle n um ber for 5 a, .I W.9.L A p/ t of the fR us-sis-an ar y .w as ai t 'rar,-k ort o- In '"I' .i i i ,'
W m. Harris, paid the customary saluh- 1 ,.f ,. ': '-I.:I ,it.. rl'-I i itL utit line, I- :', Oder on the9th, arnd from th-nce proceeded to 'I .- : 'I'..-e iI ;i L r.u-r victoriou
Federlmij.ity ., 4ithe day. ,i ii I i i.. r, ongi ig i, ti,. -,iClein, ,.1, I,- ,tl,e were on the 9Ith ult. troops, over'akl in by cold and hunger, Ihave
.F.d.e... i.-I..I. --11the day.I .t-Wi It. ,-,. iii ntl,.,, tai,,7 at [lhl time ,' t fi .4 lii fy ai tale'arriva fir6 0a lela-'.d, iws- ace informned strawetd cit road horn M' c -- ...' c- '.'.,rlalnlt -
r. ,i rd, .y ished T he atm sphere yesterday, lile the ola ;,la! ,I -t uaia t ,a i' la l i lt it,i l ..,iIr Ila a lt ,.. a 1ilt ,h ,: ,,-. .- ,l-e '.wed ho.I -. -, I ,," .. ....-- % 'I._ -.
,ti-'r-l r.ar ; SrnyLos:;-it is ardenIly wished, skies f.out'0-It3,'h ,ait d.1.u Ii.t ia to ..- i ta i .- it. i -c :- ,
tk it % o rol l ot v w a -ns l al t- tue li .-sk itei.lflou r a dco u n t r ,-w. ,IIen e l o p e dinictc- t s t O l 1. InEl v i d s c rip t s I i a a i l, ,a ,ai nL, i t t.e -I". I c i g c i i l r i ... .c i',_ ...
ai-, th-e fol- ii,,i.g ine'l ce tf the laoss ol which threatened the stoo n. ;" but it w,,s ..-i Iaocripts at i arttu-n u"n,.l.. a 'rsth tinc- t.ic <.c ,,-. r .C i .'< '- i cr, e-I i', d I :.1,..o..Zr-Z
.aj.trGeneralHARRsoliN ..nd 250 men, which p eculiarly remarkable, that although it rain Tli nl n 110 l .l t n o ral is i .., i. I te I' flet in B e. alns '. t h i.rtyo
we have copied from the Alexandria Gazette das din iitt t-it i-Liv ioon. Ii t hutI I.itI1 town'' as il Ii isa -it, .. tI' .a- u racnt tert t at a rr, e U to-i-itt'cc cctrc-tot sen -
o Fr.ed for someti:, befy,,reoth: Society ass enIbld, att bt c.- :1 ,t tt.ii, 1.al hmi- ,, ri a .'l .i ;, Ii i has sel u .. ..' I ;, i t .' ,.r,1 quarteir-I uni ne is, as:i t ,r'.n ti ta ex ,a lc- to cth.t r c' to'-r'esn of
.. yet at the i mol ent it began to tforn nd r r. t n h i r .ii t iii i .. and p ivate narir.e o rn 'l o join t d ii s' f I rin, s which. *- to verta;-
1a flm.rt*i-rcoritl-W e learnt-istfion credible an-Ian C t-,i a 1I ,& a a r l,, itv i, Ih ,,.1't,- ',, .i ,i' ens thefotie rs f t'ce o i the itrtF-.richtInc-or, awh;. 'i r p !", a% lt Oit- -!
thori y,.that th e Postnase Generd l a- the darkness began to scatter- rays of sur.- tlial Otl,2,aiil foiua li militia. IIi thenrIt March 12. i i -iy c-if of m- .tt of i ..,.-
i.r iish;. tg. ion, r-:eived .a letter -r.n \Vednesday shine appeared tobe bursting through th., b:i it ; t.i ,,.,i -i i it eithi ti h i ,,it,.. I,.,. t*-. Va.rt fion r i .C .t.. .'. ic, written it e! r,:,ia i. ". ,- in forma ,-u' .u i i_ t I-i -.
:.s:. it.- i ti,.e P'..s.ii-M aicr t it ararren, in the cloud-., and no drop fell tan the pr cesiion a ur- tl a r li er ,'- I I ,m lI l' .i li t1h, ,l-- '. :. a, I nia rr.,. that the .. -. i io with a .. li ,t .. ,. i .
stae of Ohio, iallarming him, that the inh)bi- ing its long mo 'ement, nor did a drop f aill -I.e l a.le -' '*i .atl ii iot r sl I,'s.l..h &,.0. bcie -afr.,ii of the dispoSlions of acrkowvldgment towarndsGted ato ,I e t,
tants (oF ti;.t tuan W.- re i Ii great cOrs ternation,. i ingns, I|I ae e *ll% II o.P mP i ,, i l. e viretts 1 i.iiil'-i n., ul -. .. .i. thI ht- nurp ne a 't tvet o r o-eh aei h h a two
i....dropitai! .. ... :.L ,t isYr, sacV i ',i'..e ta purlcrapes, ali -rt 'i ;ittwt
n Ckati q.L nec cf tne iniellig nice which haild atile the So .it was in the Temple. M I n i -- 55 0 n,,i.l It1i i1t ., sia.J xis i tlte -I; he ;rea:l.. ".,,,: .-' Ii I'.O .... or v- : ope n Ounced a s t ,he cr,-mm en ernc-.. ''. ,' wce,-
lostreacned tihat place, a:f t le total desire .. .the iirrf ence and exertions of tile S..ni oa -.:,t 'i atl.t i- .h,.lb,.. : ..: h been destroyed by ly t .lk-Cd .. -' H i.i-. ,..- ',.aid mrit de ia is accc mmnpishect bcey.oad all i, ."- ; there >
,b the r. ofa dthnent o 0 ashington ihae a tendency to dissipate the "CI llDnilL.-.-.',d. Crs i:i swer... ,r *es) f taLeor no 'ang- r a single a eemh o..h Ic a .e of ht
Atircricans, on their march from Fort-De fanee I harleston. ATit I.o ,"-,u: .t,;lizens (as hosta.eLr or rath-.r, there they aU rrmairj,.:
tojoin the army at. Fort Meigs. It is added, clouds which have so long arad now so heaI li. EEta,:ctofae.eh/' s. ;, t.'_..t." f ..... -at a, .n .1i t c r- ri s--eeltit c toric every c i'a a .- rri o' .... ,' u 1 -"L ,, Sti U-.
th4e (, u. Harrison was with thi s tef.achni,-nr, hain r rn our beloved country.- d n si.h Cent. i E .. .., ;Ifi; it, t! ,t t il .i-s. t.e e .-.. s, station n d or .-. :i s .i ,, i i "." tilt
c.-d -'3 ,red their nelarnc hi l' fI. e. It ih .; Ct Tie ? a us d1: --' / a "it ",,c r .11.1. s l I.i: t.i, t i ,, t ,.. tX t eh s a. -,t- .'-t.. c i,- ,a.,d a. .i. ,';i.h .L- :;
S .- C T e .l O / p. i r ,d ,n h l ,i .l : t Ip oi. tio .'r. ) .l,.t. C, .u (l t to w n t l ,,l i ,.t : :- -,..L a ', -., 11 ., 1 .
pair. u event h h-app Ined, we d a t> expect to lto a tes, s/aile a i,, r. t ,.! i r .i -. ie-. fiat iI,. 1[ l-.... -.. i,- L rd aid L ford are d avi* i L, .' L i 1 -. ..c s '.. .,r*a:Ti a. .a J, > b n. -
.ie-arI ,ome canfi .inatory account o i o a f w n I ,.t ihfrom;.sln. v~ ufis .-a. .: ,, ad go 1 ; and as. ., 1, .- i .. .. ,, : i.*, h tre. are -t ,more
c irn" ', in rh'L "id'.- Gc ih. l umger !.rl is r',., L 1. >tarc .. po ;-t ; m iL e '. .,.., r' u. i e "c is tI r:i 'i i i ..iiaa d p ifCe,, ex clu.ive of ti ose b ;-
S i from re d-tr Itel r T.. c.etedi b;, r. Talia- be t rough r... s ela ;c. to n dl or t;;row r tii e- '.- t I I n. ve
-o1xBERT ADRAIN, Esq. Professor of ferro, hyamajortv ol 21tvotes. B imlor,, i. pi n- b recovered, an a >,w ,!a o,-r ha- -
temanitics in Queens College, New Bruri,.a i.k, ln e'sc'moreland, MIcsas. Uiil"y and Carmichael, 7.T- Vesta, Cork, frm Bontieat.Ia c- ; I rt G'sl. Stovtn is fi-.... si-. to the s*t ff i Ca ihe s- ..f the e i''ructiot, of iih armies sur-
wVs this day elected to the-ame Pt esso-1- i fedr 'a.s, are elected to t A enwa -nd Joh tas the vessel e ,F r...i i' 19th ult. un -.' .,, a- u naa. r :. ptrsaes all bel.ief. One aur-st it a g ie .. thi
i; Columbia College, in this city. C n b i Csq. ti, d-r o its is -- e to teSenate ; tt. *he ae sx it t- to.l i, e. n t'i1-.aie otdroftheF n c. cd,,i erteyes d-l-iie us. Who has beti nbse to
Sj i oi 15rllesl. k. haid niot -the t ll's I tiided in ia'suetda. mb.-r, eff ct this? W ithe '.-, i the n
Th inner -of the Corporatiot to the crew A wf ,R ..riil .'. r,. it c i- ,ief Fl crshin s is the 'o i r. '-ti I.I 1 ,,. i hof .
cfthe T:i net, ill take pluce to-,crro.r atf- T Telegraph earlyy this mi rntinn .,l a -..l ',i I us- .-., t : i i thetl ,:l i Ce co n .y.a ar '-a .tj w' t
tendon, at ashi-gton Iall, C ta ttn 'n -h ta ~ i oaL iOg ir .a i' t 1- iI, i B ore t Phi- the t-ri a tic S ia 1 t1 I I it it n oste i u ,
PW ITNEGTtN BEt,.iO s N' o S ,/T" 'hat ai ship (merachanitn in) avs Ie o standing na. l .... lre at set *nto ru- .- c.. te.. excite Iii ind i, -i.. e ," .. .. r -h ,v
wIT i Lr S T in. ihe nt nd .as N E. ,dilecI, araadJ for c .. istl t ; is t the .-v.-r. r.' ., .. -: -. an; t .... ...v
'Friday last eTi C t le ar.a ersary of the in- v's-l* coming in-i thi lin.- i c was a"o on t.i ebb. I ..I.... .. ,rc -.r. ru. Ruibaio y -p- .i e t.- -posrts bury .i .'ie c" ravet y o. tA .
a gu3atio: of GEOR(GE \ ASHIN*TON, --' h. merc:h.lnt Ihip uhev.ed Atnerican co- '"" '.. ... .,-, -28;. Germa.nv uiider a heart r:ins. -r ... c.. 'e .... .-. ', a
Wen cLa ttihip shea -e .1nr a c a. -" -evsa it vrti a.t i.,19-t-,t [-.i ,' a.. I--. -, a
s'hda yelectdtto tof (.S1R n.E '5X'A sI T .-t. ami1a -t-t-in ,? ,c, 'la jr. a -I ,a.le ititah-i.0 trti. wiit. tt.... itn ,' r ...... i.. .. .
t h e fi '.,t P r ,es idc l :l o f th e U n ite d S ta te s th e t 'o u rs th fri lE a l. o I l, ate d th e s a m e k in d i f -. ... Ia l p% a 1-Ile i n _.- '-'. T'i ct. ic ret .irf tA> -t-w i r e.:.n -. j c lpl h e:1 s u p7(v uW*. r ,-'. t o
n. College ctlour '- :lI m eni c Arc t .ip being un b 'a *i ., c i ..* t...Il ''.'1- : i ....ii i .. r t i ... -- a c.: li- i 1 -
" ~. A HIlNG. r,:: TEn r ., .aLENT .SOCIETY i- fel ch irto the ba'. Ic .ilin into tis h.arb-ti i !,, al i 111 .i Ia lil t1. at,-r1 a) s r -' -.. i .l gloi ,"ax'cI 1 -o i M

. assacllu'. its" cummer ai,-ated the day with 'c wis o ,laged :n goint the t \e est b.ay The ri- c lw tl"an 'it-n -:t IIl -'. ...1: a.. ,.- of efniig, e Th 0 i .e- c sa :e' Ihr -. i ,,
a Public Pro'-ceesio, and appropriate solemal- e-,te rr-,so ed alt a;. and g:i ted fat upon pa ii ah ,tr,: ,I r.-r ; to i.; I ., a dt.a. A -I," ,.. iatn-gistrttes in irrt-stitg and ir. i I l ha d ci s i r,'., -de in t IAt-
Ssi. ltc-I 1 hc' t w h oie-" binl n ris (a--i" :2 "--"
.tr s a.nd .. vi .e' te n h nt ar -, hen s. h.. three l-t, ,-n' ',.- **; '. i.. ,,'. .. tho wh -b- .. aI ar: e n t -c lr aI, s
,. i .t a ...t-i -. ".,. .tha '. tl l -L aI t .- A a e rios a n d intIrl -.,aI, t :.. i a -i L '" c-- ta bt al e:j ; a, i (ete ,bi c c e .--

hi- law and hLs w.11 ; toresembhe not those in-
pious p'rof..r.- tors of the templ-is of God, wh >se
carcA:t witiout number, now s'L.'rvt as t.,'dtl
f:r drugs and ttro-ws. -God is mnigity in h'is kind-
ncss a-nd in h a ang-r L-t us ba b gsied by'timt
,ti ice of oa-t acti-ns, and the iii'i.Y ulf onf
i-e-itie'r".ts, is.-ti o.il y.path waich leads to
it. Lt uVs tJ),o ceJ toI -be temInpe oft his sanc..
t, awd tile :, crowed wi.h tis hand, lhankt
himn for the b.eiefi:s hie has bes-tw;:ed upon us;
?addI-rss.ig > him cur i.rd;-nt su-p-iatiuos,
that he w:v- c-ntiiae to cx, end to us his favor
and put an -ond to the war ; granting us victo-
r-y on v'icto .;', and the w-ishe; for peace and
trut q'itlity.
Given at Wila, the ith Jsnuary, in the year
&f our Lord 1813, and the 12.1h of ouir reig.

M R fR IE D,
At Tremon, N. J on i ui .... evening last
b)7 the Rev. John Ward, the Rev. LtwIs
rTILDA RK., ,J.- ;:'te cof General Jonathan
O) 'lT: *y evening iast, by the Rev, M.
B, H u1. iir. iTHOIAS GILL, to Mi.ss ANw
LE:,e, hli 1 ri1t ci'y.

C: c M it .-, T I r..
D I A D,
At Do;th".-. rn S .hAih, the 25:h of April, in
the 74.h i .1 ..-i. .Ie. ALEXAANDER LXAI L,
Seior,. Esq. lately ote of the Judges of the
Coccrt of Corn mo Pleas, fir thei cuntv of De-
la-'aire: Mr. L .- of Ihose characters,
.;im r.?eht.- a to te it, ,r. In hatl were unit-
ed i 'tT 1 in1, ,np 1- ,l T that simplicity, that
eil, t :o I ,r .ha. fi ness, .which
we so6 ., .h n,. b, t'. primitive christians.

I t' -:: .l,',i, 'V 'I ,' *:G ) il .!

datetfi-rom ngr;land..-Thecartel ship Ro-
bi-ion, Captain. Potter, arrived at Newport
on Ft .1 last, in 27 days from Dartmouth,
I i1 d. .'i 250 prisoners on boaro. Forty
ofthese prisoners, belonging to this city and
-t-vicit.iy, chartered a couple of fishing
sisacks .. -': .:.p and arrived here last e-
S.*:,'.'. One of. tih number, Mr. M'Kay of
aC*. nCtwich, i.s-ught us a long file of London
per's ; bat none of the dates prove later than
tliae we have already received. There were
pp'ers, as latte as dhe 30 I of M.-rch, brought
ei:New-pcirt, and to-morrow's mail will prioba
bi" bring us the .;most ia.-eresti.cg articles they
sAay contain.
By this arrival we ltarta, that the ships
f'nnrnin and Ducorneaux. and the schooner
E'eteorf, tIret thitis oorI bound to Fraince, have
ien captured and -.- .-i..-d i-t c, l e.
,A .' c i'-t.' cf he.i a ships with troops,
r ir- -ear-ly ready to sail from Plymnouth' for
S.1.. ro'.jr hA.-air-s of troops had al-
...: i.. a n kI ..i..
-A brief summary of late RSusiafz successes,
Is ,.li s .. h t ;. s. f .. : -' c w ill be
,. u.. inr, tIh l.'.lw ... O'. -rL by the
I': li,.-.r. of.the ,1 .'. ,: "'dv rtiser from
*:', L a ti_ ,r. *'-.... .* -.. i.J : 0 .
II To-. .!A;. I--(gvieing.)
The U-i.. .- ,- .. .-.... P-residcat and,
SCongress yesterday took '.: :, .... ouf the first
westerly bhr',:.-: which has blowv for several
days, to put to .sea. Tiiey. left our harbour
about 10.o'clock, and passed q,:-\Ann, about
5 P. M.. The wind was fresh-at S. W. through
the night ; but this morning it was calm, and
the wind cihluge'- to S. with thick weather
and so continues. WVe have not heard of the
frigates since they pa-ssed Cape Anti.
The British frigates Tenedos and Shannon,
woxe seen on Thursday ('he day before the
sailiag of our ships) off Cape Ann ; and -had
been spoken in the B.y aknrost daily for some
. time past. TIhey had not however paid their
former close visit to cur harbour for about a
It.is. rather doubted whether a battle has
-ccurred ; and if not, our ships have proceed-
ed on a general cruise.
The schooner Faby, from Philadelphia to
Boston, taken by the British, and a Midship-
man and four men put on board, and ordered
for Halifax, has been fliloted into Machias by
her former Captain, who was left on board.
The privateer brig Alfred, of Sil: put
into'Portsmouth. :-.-...i ,, entirely disimasted.
VXte understand she has taken nothing..
The. schooner Independence, from France
for .: -.'-York, has been sent into England.
TI'- Car' iip i... I,'i::... Potter, arrived at
.N'.,p'jrI yesterday from. Gravesend,- last
from UI --Ib.,;h. which she left ..i'. 31 witlr
about 250' prisoners,- spoke nothing and has
seei-no cruizetrs since leaving the coast of
'- -. She brin.. I- i..-: to the 3-t of
March. It is said they contain a:n .accou:,t -'F
the capture of the Java, and ,.i,!,t.l the

Extract to the Ek'tor sf tihe Adrora, dated,
Oi:crgo, 'r/,U r 20, 1817.
"I ha.e been s; o1we,.l :et. Ut,i.' ia...;Ce, owingI
to the f,.'igue and bu-t wether', i c.ouMd not
write you n>>.:f,'!e, 'u:I promised. The ice
iroke l,- ,i suit n tie i' t'.s if the 1l th ari(.
1611, and a i'ote fioro ---- of Sicket's
[t,-oir of two days ago, itn.;uc(i,i i,0 .o thio'k
ourfjricnuisu t.'c irn C:adieu. a d'in safe and
iivt'iiiersbie possession,. It will not do tor
on-e J'oi our cllth to tell the secrets f ouir pri
s.-i house, hietefor' I shall !-. ve Vyou to guess
where trle h'Ave gone ean-d where they are,-it
eliono' beiol forty d,'y's miarrth ftruon this pl ice,
if friy ih.iturs. iloweve.r, 1 si- pe'.t they ale
snug in goF'oud qtiarters, taild t-hl.a his majesty's
loyil sl bjct"s in P/miladerfli'Uia, Quakers and
all, will fitd iii due time that the Upper
Canadians can pass through the forms ofef
naturaliz-ian i by the coult de. cannon, in de.
fiance of tae ca.notns of 'he cihircli or the can .
lions of t.he sovereign of the seas.; for at pre-.
sient capt. Chii'tOCy is scoweringthis inland sea,
which I see befot'et me, ..ea. Pike h1,ms not.
been so pa it. as to tell any aone where he
,was going ; and here they snppise hlie is
gone ag in thie secret declare tha t our goiverl'nietut
ineas 1.0n go no further down than ritr lihe be-
low the Cadari -qui rsapidcis, or ati Maasica, towni-
ship, a',d that they Msean to leave Loweri
Cetada to its own ice andde.:;iti ttiiion' ; aAnd We
can always like '.tht ttribtiary to us above
the!tm. I suppjmse our gvxe-nm.i0:t nciltlit i
occupy the line across fronu the h'n tilary of 45.
to tieh outward river, aitul klec-p h,' |i R" i.,
outr piouver ; in his case the Jliaiis mueist at
once aubm::, as they will hav, neither retourn
Ocs tiur nitieais ; I hope out'r gov.ieriment will
drive the iostlie or treachiterous tribes, who weO
have been feeding for 20 years, beyond the
Auscousin,, .s you -i.uggest.
I recover a little, but was seriously ill ;
howeve-r, as our great men h ive given up the
idea of Qu- bec or Montreal, we uttist console
ourselves with sma'ler -game. The, people on
the other side only lo..k tfor men wi-th whom
they can shake hands, ini full security that
they will not be desert-ed. I thinkk they imay
now consider themselves gratifi.d."

Extract ofa letter iom a gent'l'an at St.
ar,-y's, to his friend izA P-'/iadet'sia, dat-
ed 14ih A/rmil, 1813
S"et-n Piuckniey has at last atrivee, and-I at
this lhae hour allows but to the 28:i of this
mion.h for the pi .liots of Est FloriJa, that
will not return: t t-o iteirformte'r b..;lr.ag a, to r1..
move their effects, for on i.h .t day th-e Am'nerj-
can troops are to be widiidr'awn'i fro' n t.Jht'
-TIte order for' wiithldrawin'g t, e te'o-ps comes
like a ti;U.tlcr ctlar--l.Ltl. expc-Clis, such ani
eve u'i. i !y cf the patiiotts- v,'cre pl.ni'.g, in
expI)ecatioa .f reaping thie pi oducts, anI i
whtso it is too ihtvc to begin elwevtvere,tehey are
told you mitustn seven your f s'rn.r task Imaster
tL'ir saltesat ateliitePi x;r ify bega,'aed. anild dis-
graced.-Certaiinly no1 oe in, h. e..,I.s c.n tex
peCit to live unai njured by theu vi- vei'
meant in St. Angustins andl their black troops.
What effect this measure will iave u.oou pm es
sa)uthern states car4 bOt rx-adiiy tr-rseen. A.
o her island and other place-s liist be garrison-
ed, that can only be done by blacke, r already
has a guti'd tif that color tbcn cilaed lto pi.e-
vent tiae Spanish white '.. ,.;, i ',.. to tile.
U. S. A chaiit of posts, a large booyat troops,
lust line St. '. ., ."s riv, r, to prevxentslaves ii
S:.- ,.. "h .' the Ca oliinas from ruoiniing awasy.
I .e ., the restoration ofAiz-elia to thea Span-
i .,', will ns Ieriadiy inte-ire wi h the com.-
'inercial and war regiulutiors rt the l. State,..
Soon, very :sOon, ,i'l tdhe ihs.-tli tf I(f Iasatdi"-
uia be crowded with Rog'ish cirui rs i an(d othei
vessels disguised as Spauish, to -.ak, -ff provi.-
sions, cottoti, &-c. to Britixsh posse-;sios. Indeed
it is well ktiw-vi.l, that thile a e alarm at a va.Vi
tnah wav-s caused by nt:rcantiic speculitc.rs, who
hearing that Florida was to be vtvacuat:d, took
advantage of the depression h, the price oi
produce to purchase tip large quantities, which
they are now waiti:.g for an cpportunicy to ship
by tlih way cf A. melia, to friend or foe.
P. S. I have just received infnamation from a
respectable character immediately from St.
Augustine, that the runaway egroes from hlt
UliteYd States anid Florida, that had '.cio re-
ceived and protected in St. Augustine, are now
geticg out of the lines, and eimbodyitg them-
selves to make head against the revclutioniss,
and in favor, as they say, of the Indians. This
measure has taken place upon the full expec-
tation that the U. States' troops are to be with
drawn from Florhia. What is to becomrc 5f us
God knows."

From the Charleston Ciurier of .Ip'il 22.2
A gentleman who arrived here yesterday in the
privateer Hezrd, in one day from St. Ma lty's, ii-
formos u., that the to ops c-i the United lStaLes were
to evacuate the l-'rviice of'Eat Florida on die 271li
hist. Gn. P1inckney was at PIoint IP'.tre ; iMs Aidl-
de-CelOp had been on to St. Augusti.ne, and. arrasg-
ed with Gov. Kindelan the manner of evac'ation.-
Most ofthe Patriots had gone to St. Aug-utine and
taken the oath of thgiaice under the new con.
stitution. J. HI. Mlntiiosh, the late director Ieneral
of Florida, i-fused to takeu the oath of'lhegianco,
and had remiovr, d lis riegroes to St. Mary's. Somenic
of the Patriots were io4ulttAd by the lower o-dr.'s
at St. Augustine, on going i:to take thie oath, in
c'o-t.' o' tI e- ,t ."hic t tihe Goverior isihed a proc-,
1 :, ..s... lit-, i, ']-i proceedings in. future.

1VAsti'cvTOif, May 1.
By letters received. y teailay frem Aiinapo-
lis, we lCarn, that about 130 or 1,40 prisoners
were on that i'dy landed from the flect I ,

the Bay, in consequ-elnce of an ar E
great losishe sustained to hec having an ex-tei echaige. o 'qtts the san nusnber was
thenr exchange. A')o.it the saint- niumnber was
traordita'iyt number of persons on board. expected to be landed ton yesterday. It was
Piiau. im ..taken by the Russians. Tho'rn observed, that after 1 ii .i,,, tlhe prisoners,
er- i n t .o.. t- the British Squadron would prieeed hi' ,.r ii
taken ad give. -: 1.i.. Berlin was ta- the Bay. They had not autt.mptdn to ap-
keni March 4 ; and G-en. D'York:i made u ov pro.ach' Annapolis.
ernor, Hambnrgh' was taken by the Runsians, There was a rep:irt on board the British
Earch10,itid Cr'uxhavenhby hie. The flee, waichi We: wIt ot i ot title, thorigh we
r 0,nd Cruxhen by ee much reason to fear it is, th-. our frigate
Saxon court left Dresden, its capital, Feb. 22. Essx Ihas been talent by a. 74 gau ship, and
The King of Prussia has made a league olfeu- citrried into Antigtut,
sive and defensive with Russia. The French Jfalse Reoitt--t was stated in theAlexan.
d a s al sotis fr D c, a dria Gazette tif yesterday, on what was deem-
had mad'e several sorts &from Dantic, and edcredibleauthrity, thatthe l.PstmasterGene-
:ad lost one thousand men. ral had r cO ived a letterfroeai Warren, in OhiOi.,
edish. u embarking announcing that a detachment of 250 Ameri-
Swedish w O .. ta tt em bariking cans, with (ien. Harrisce at their head, had
irnrn Pot .erania. The pet-rson whom we learnt been totally destroyed, on their march from
by fc-rmer accounts wa.s arrested at Vienna. Fort Detiance to Fort Me;gs.
and sect to H-fungary, proves to be the Prince We are :uth-iorized and requested to state,
S that the abt'ove report is tnot corrict-that Mir.
ovat of avaria. An Austrian Minister had Granger received no such letter. It may be-
arrived in London. proper t- add there has ocei sorte such report
An additional nv force ha been ordered as the above in circulation, which is destitute
An additional naval force has been ordered of foundation, and which te have not been able
out,--Sixpet'.ce additional duty has been laid in to trace to its source.
England on American cotton.
Si FRANKFORT, K. April 17.
The papers s.ly, that all the American ports I Req/uiticn.-An express' arrived. heire
s:h of --. .., are to be biockdade. ofat cWsteesoda tst with dcspaetches from Gen.

.a;u'i&so to Sovernor Shelby. The Genetdl of the general States; and the war has jut ret--.too lasY m' set ieais on t.cs t.f:tu;- .::
was at Furt Ain.xda,on the Augdaise, and tas destroyed one oti, princiip-il branches Cf lmp- rial Mijesty wi:h allthat frank. ss w.
preptwi,-'g to di.,cend the river to the Rapids, public remeoue, the produce of the Cuslwms, cunsti e,':s my ch_-,racter.
with about 300 aletn. whicl a.nou.:ai to more than six miitt.;i :ii W'he that the v'.ice of the Swedih er.-
Ve do nut earn that .any thin. important franca a year. Io that mu-.t be adid, thit p' called rme to succeed to the Throne, i ho:
w-s broehth. b" the express, exe.t p a requisi. the c:mtributi.O's are ii a-rrears, and that c- t ed, on q:;itig n. to be alwry able. t ';-t
tion- or 03'0 mten, the b-lance tf the 3000 late- fisc-itions which are made, fili upon Stwedish ni.e my persqal auction'ss wVih the inte ests
:y raised and organized, pursuant'to a late of subjects, and not upon foreigners, wl-o take of my new country ; my heart cherished t5:e
the Legishlture of this state, the precaution oi msm ingpayitne.tforthe guLods hope that iti might identify itself with the s. tr-
) imported, timenls of' this pe pe, yet a'lw" ys prest-_ving
F l F ro 'Tay 1. In short, Sire, our. situation is nr'-st a- the ren.mir:.nce .f s firat and no
SA letter from Mr. J.)hri '..... dated larmin'g, if France does not come to our sfu ver lo:irg sight of .l-: glory of France, nor o0
Owl's H ad, April 23, states- i.. is cap- court. S.n.e our that alliance con.lu'.'d be- the sincere at.tp.chbeat which it has vowed to
tored in a smahl harbor iear Wnite Head, by teen Gustavuo Vasa and Fraticins i. France your M.>j.:sy ; an attachrneint fonided o 6n a
the bcat Owl, (a srm.i privyateer which sailed- has been not orty the constant friend of 've- confraternity in anm:w, which so reat
frotnm this plnce a short time since, manned by den, bAt Ihas supported[ and succoued her in deeds have illustrated.
14 nmet, principally masters and mates of ves all her wars. Nature seems to have dee-tined It was with this hope that ari r'ied ix
se.is, and comniiaandd.by Capt. Duncan) which thesa two nations to live in harmony ; and if Siweden ; I find a nation i.n :I, .. it aohed.
had been captured by the Bream, and manned she ifts refused St-eden riches, siae has el-- to France } but still more si, to ,t -.wwa liber-
with a British crew. Capt. P. went on.board doiwed her with vatil.ir and all the qualities ties and their laws : anxious for your friend--
the Bream, and obtained i. r.. i to see requisite for the x. x-cuion of the girctist de- ship, Sire, but never desiring ..:.. .
Duncan and ciew, whom he ii.. ii .. .. -, doleiul sig' 1i-s. There is here but one wish, tha of the expense of their honor and ilf. 'n.:
situation, with ir.iadfl ,f.rebi.d .,' f their fa'e.. b1i-',ci sincerely in accord wiAhl France, tand.of Your Majesty's Minister wished ,' irr..;. z-,;.
"I .. all ... *-.,., i ... Ito (he deck, I .... .;i in her glory every time :'n op national feeling, and his arrogant: I '. nt.-
S.1, 1 w.... was brought downi on the 'c.k of poiriity presence itself. But money fails us. ed every one; his communicate, 'i. L.e ..i
sloop Lark, capt. D ) ... id A n Touesidy JDeig S:re, to take into consideration the char-:cter (f those,regards Which are mutualyv
S,.. I. ih' the isle f l-'..n ,., sclir and htve parctiult.r sate of this country, ai d bie pleased due from c ,. : .i r a-.'- 'r la fiil-
.their privateer out to boardd he .; th.ly. found to kindly accept the expressions of thesenti filling your :. 1 ..) m n.iii-r, .. .' I ,.i
-.heir min stke, when w twh en1 I .- ," .ments, &cc, ? his p~ -.ir-i. ; .' -," ii .e
they were irinmediately I.A ..I .-t- .... Firoam ,*e s amr to the -same, dated Stokk in, man *',. -. ..', : i .0 ; ..- *.
'when they feigned themisel iing.. Dec. 12, 1810. not speaking t.,.I.
ih'hey had hove over all.their rmi-. and in con- Sire,' "That Minister fias, !h.'rlv,'.*.. 6'-'n thit
vision thir-conmmisso i too. -' boat tr-o li M. de CzernichLff asked me if I would i rst cause of the distrust v hict. b r, If:. h'
ihe 'Bream it mediately boarded .the sloop, give chaige-of a. letter for your Maj sty. I begun to shtw with regard to yoaw: j- .
w here they foundguns, ammuritbin, &c.whjich hastened to do it, hoping theit he will tell your intentions concerning her ; sl-.-. *i;nt U', .
t.-rovzed then to be acrniser. .i i .sty what h1e iiass.en iii Sweden. i ,.',mi, have added greater weight to it.'
A letter from Caipt. Duncan, of the.priva birc, full of confidence in.youst magnaiality,. I have ail-eady. Sire, hadl the honor in my
t.i-r boai Owl, has 't.',:, i,. "'7. by the Col- and your particular kindness.for me, I hav h letters of the 19.hi Nov. and 8th of Dec. 1810,
lC .or of this p-rt, i.,. .,:t '. '. of .... tiut one thing to dei-e,. *v. that the treth of giving;. your Imperial Majesty information-
L',ckey, who 'wvs t I: *.; UL, on his should be known toyou. f the situi.ion of .Swedeon. and the desire
way. from Prospect i r s..- ; ., a. wood) re- A. de Czernicheff will tell yonr M,,jes.y which she had of finding in yoer Ari; try
quiating copies of theh IotI's c-ii nission to be 'that Swtedeua is upon thet poicit of being reduced .supooter ; she could not hit perceive in ,..t.
se.ti on to St. Johns, (N. B ) which wiii be done to the most depmiabie. state ; that she ?s wih- 1M jesty's silence an uitnia i'dd indifference,
as soon as possible. oul any means f supporting tile war which she and she owed it to herself to p aov-de ,11 -.:
T'he Breaim hd taken and burnt a number has :just declared ; neve.rthel.-ss the Govern- t.he storm which was abcut to breaR ou...t ;:.t
of c tasters. menit redoubles its efforts in so violent a c:'iis ; Continent.
but that it is not in the power of the Kirig tc Sire Hlrnanity has already suff:-rdit toi :
STrocKBRIDGI, ('I -,.i April 29. extend, as in other hl.ces, the si stemi of con- much. The blood of man has for these twe'n-'
Ont Sabba h evening last a small Conmet was fiscatioun.; that the Cons.ituion here g.uaran- years past, inuid. lnd the.earth, ansd tiere is
disceyered in the sign of ; ,...,-, directly tees the rights and property of every individu- uothiig wa ni*r to your Majisty'sgloly buth to
ov,-r (Ctar Sertpens or the li ,.. .. t .. Serpent, al and that it even he Kinig should adopt a. put a isip to it.
; v v eveit beiig cru. y it could not be seen contrary nitasure, no Counsellor of State would If your Majesty thinks proper that theking.
I u .- I y eve it had moved about ten degree. give his consent to it. S:'h uld cause the 1. iuerr.:-Ar:'an-'.r 1to..: i-
to the siouthwe'sz, and in the sign of Scorpio. I have the happiness of having in my favour or-med cf the p-. ,-:i,') i-i ii .: i-cl,:.'.. -, I
1, fl..ht is very rapid, in a so.'thwesterly di- the general op aido of the nation ;h but most iuglr sufficiently -i i ,rii :he *n 11 '
r-ectioii. T" the naked eye it appears nebulous certainly I should lose this amoral force, that otthat Monarch to dare assure v., u,hi.. t-'c a
with titere,..T ...- ,e.r '.., tonhe east. The day in which it wa believed Ihiad the least willingly agree to oeriures itl i ;
Nt.u.cttu is di-,tictly ma iiket-d by. steady ob- intention of mnakiftg the smallest awumpt upon quotable for your Elpire n, 3 t..r .iti N. r't.
serval ion. It now rises ibont ten o'clock in the the Colistitution.. if an event so iu-h expected, and o d niver-
.-venling, in the s, utheast, but will lsoot',-i.' "The King itfer.rs to your njesty every thing sally detired. could take place, how many na-
cotuitoes its scoulhtrn ..ir.': .... bie blow the in his power. No sacrifice will p b- pi'flul to tions of the Continent would bies9 yodr i j s-
horizen. T'hos who hiave- ianaas, will be so hitm, to prove to ytuur M:;'j:stv Ins devo ion to ty I 'Tlivir gratitude would be a*gn.e.' by
go.d idf; to attend to it andc glite e,, fr Llier Fiance ; but I con.jine y.u, Si', eigi n lto .- rreson of the horror '.. -. .;r
infeoril. Aioti concirting it., c. uilate our tnmeans, and graut us tie cr.ifi ioce against the return af a surge which had laid
We merit, by our sincere and unalterable at- so heavy on them, and the r.- -s cf' t.Ic
W.i:Lnt-.ro-k, April 24. tachmncnt." have left such cruel tratws l..re it.
The General .?f-ns roagr.---n our lst we mention- Exctract of a Aotefr7inm -Baroa Aluticr to Sir'-e, of the most hippiy merintg thai I
ed the arrival of the privateer ship Gen Arm st'ong'. BaJri'on D'Engestrom, dared ,Stvuch.'mtn,Dec. have enjoyed since quitting France, is that
The day after her arri.va, capt.Sinclai. wh wavs al. 256,.18 10.. which has procured ne the certainty of you-r
so hal.f.owner, and who tad been confiue .tothe .-" His .Majsty the Enmpesr,.r, accustomed to Majesty's not having totally forgottena'. -
cabin for 28 days i. I., .. ., iwas .li eta. eI. He reckon upon t'he intentio:s of friendly kings, Your M:-jesty has judged rightlycf my .hpairt
laid his conapliint I ..a T. N. Geutler, .,.,S ,s;,..,-S the disposi-ions of this prince, uy You hav e t ppreciatedi houw tuch it niuss L
:.nt oi this station, charging the crew ..., those with which he himself is p netrated, iorernewed by the telanchily perspective l
sec. dicmsndigy their arrest t or trial., ci,.e S> ." for the interests of. his Swedish M-j-sty, h-as seeing the interests ofSweder on the eve ofbe-
somthe difitly in gertinu-- stien.ti.. .... -. t-- ch.trge d me, .o sictur ole B-ot,. l to dei-maeid as inig seperatetd frorn thosth of "s.. o ,-. "r ,6 sIa-
der thetI seives- A requests., .- h a good tlice,. to which h-e ataethes ihfi.iie va- ifice hose of the cu ., ry, ,. .;!h t..s ,.-::.- ;
.ta ofthe ller cimp. ,, lue. and which must contribute to the suc.- mte with a confidence wi.houa bounds.
done ,n d o, ,, ., the .. .1- hich .- cesses o th c mnon cause, to place in lis *" Sire, although .- h .-.r, .-l,
e-b. e alaim -,t *, '.. 'd, 1"u *' ,t -s pay a suffcientt narob r of sailors, to complete e and by 'it .-.A ...... '. ,-. .. i i my
not rec.essary to board the sli,,, to, ,I h' c._ the crews f onr ships of the Beest fleet. It vowvs to that dear j ,-i e i'ch. ir. .
to su.bini ti th .. .. ..;.: .. I i i -y... t v would be suo cieOiL to uieet the desire of the 1 birth, and which i l v.,ve i *' 'fu'.. ,-. ,T '.,
yielde-d and are i .,- i, conii. .... .- board the 'p-ror, and to satisfy the demand which 1 my inf.ncy : every sp I de *n,
gun-.o; ots, awa..iting thcoaurit e ,rtia-.,.hithtitust: h.'ve -..I honor to itmake, if the number of Of the hnmag,.- which I received here, "-c'. ,'.
decidt.'on their conduct. Subsiquenttoth'eirarrest lirei-s, Maters, Marines, and Sailhrs, did not ny m in l those fine rt'timgmbrtan.. .
oflt.t c)tiitain, two prizes were taken, which tmay eceed two thouianditi,. iThe Eimpe.ror' Witl which have. been the principal c ., -i .,A
possibly raise a question involving piracy. The a. charge himself with all the expense of their elevation, and I can no longer c itr. :t;.:vn
b)ve is but a brief summaarya. journey, and iever-y precaution will be taken in myself, that Sweden, in nominating me, wish-
O..i Tui.sday the schr 'iPhiton, Capt. Webb, from order that the uriis'iris and sailors imay be pro- d to pay this tribute of esteem -to the French
Roc "elle in 35 days,.arriv.ed at this port with a very perly supported, and the I!.s ci -, fully copten- people. .
valul able .:. -. Capt. W. brought no papers, but tud with their treatment. In the critical state '* Theinvasion ifomefi-o ian -
reponts th it r't French Emperor was bending all in ivhich the.Swedish finances ate ;4.t this prc-
his efforts to raise an army ot 350,000 men, in doing sent moment, it will, perhl:tps, be agreeable to The Coatrast.-There is' as striking ia -son
whi li he met with considerable difficulty, that his his Majesty to diminishh the expt.ses of his r:rast between the ',ri'2 ef N spoleon a tid
1. : i .sslupposed to be,to stmd -i., ..'i r..i marine, without, however, ler in inactive the Axander, as there is between the justice of
dr. ;i. .r ; that was believed that he hqd aban- talents and courage of his seame. 'Tle g,, d -heir respective causes. With the forme'.it
donod his Continental System ; that the licenses to officee which the Empercor recqilb-rs of his ia- is I" v1" who have d tni every th' : Withl thE
any umb er could now be obtained, and that he was iesty the King of S-eden, having already ea. -;ttr it is a Pwer aove us" "..,
gladto resort. toanymieanstor--u;tu,.t1et-hilsti .-rly been performed by Denimark, his nit Alex-nder says, without.drogatifig froun
treasury. Ideed we av e s dodo, t c ii t petal Majesty is convinc-d that he has n...t the merited glory cf te c-mmande.r ini chctf
years should ie live solong, torecover himselff om t u presum upo h f'iendship of of cur armies," !.,d other great t." ir--." we
the dreadthl blow hlie has received in his Winter too -chc preSumed upon de friendship f a of ur armies,"%; i r t tret r e
carspaiga in iussia. power a attached for.such a length of time to mnitsr," says ,ie. confess that. at-at they have
capaig usia. i .rce, by a-reciprocity of interest and good accom/l,,ihed &URPASES -UIAN POW-
SWEDISH STATE PAPERS. will, which have never cerasd to exist. I;'.i 1"-t''- shi.gtonisrt. .
Extract fiom Baroni D'Eng!estroim's rep/l to the pirs- -- .
coTNTIsUED. coding nlte, doted Siockolm, Dlec. 31, 1810 ;Tonstrods s:i.---The i.mrien'se quanS'tly o
Letter from. the Prince Royal of Srw.edt:n. to The '.onstittitioal laws ,f the S.-.e p"p ,-iUti- niv citing' ,hvroigh-' this state to ti'e
lHis Maljesty the E emperor of the -rcinch, vent the Kitng from acquiescing of himself .hi. waters which commntai ill w Nh '.- YIVr bky,
dated Stockholm, Dec. 8, 1810. the Erperors deinan i concerning the 2000- employs a vait mat.t' w -Zgors. "hs ir n -
SI RIs, si'-men Rivaling Denmt ark in ttie desire cc i, ubL-dly g.'.es r'.. I .r t s ,. t c;
By my letter of the 19t'h of November, I had contribute to the accoiiplishtniut ot his Impe- ports, to 'I c a nd c o .. \ i:
the hoiior to inform you, that the king, faithful rial aid Royal Majesty's views, the King nie- he British. Te. f-t is notoriqus- naobaty
to the se.'iiments which lie express-d to your verthelss, does not think ithla: the ex :itpale of dte nies h ; yt, nttwis-standing ths, such
t',fiajsty, resolved to declare war against Eng that country, where the will of >he Ki.g tis a- is -he tesaptanon created by the e hf.;r .o itr4
ind, notwillstandiing every thing which tle s late law, can be applicable to Sea:den. In pfay that ma:y of .O- rime il' .: ..: .. war*;
sia.'iey of his States optipoed to that measure., conseqauece of tie late ecoints which have have entered heart, hand, waggiens and h-.adses,
:?.nd vwith the object alone of pleasing your ma- placed his Majesty on the throoe, a consatu- into the ttr o transporting iour and ohier
Jesty. tional :-tia-. has tit.eon renewed between the articl.ts of aidd nd comfort .'.r-:. ." tie state,
The king will always be proud of having Sovter igun aid tie -sii:on:t, which it is not in the 'to or C ;- nmie's. 'The very men who won-d.
given this proof of devotion to your Maljesty ; power of any person to infringe. His Majesty pull dowa printer's hituse and commit mnr--
bitt it b,.-I to me, wh-)a ami a daily witness it! consequence, and i, the iUos:, lively nsanter, dler upon a fellow m-an, because he expressedhiis
of his z.,i ai,. and iiquoti.tdes, to app(.'al to rcgt'-ets that the first good .ffie that the rEm- :.- i i ...-. of lth w'r, are now .-employed
your Maijesty'.s m..gioanimity in an iaff r which peror requires of him should precisely fal in -i..It .0 i ., in carrying to the British as it
may have an iilluerice ,- )--i the king's hical, a matter which does not cpepnd on'his ailwn were -blh ead and mncct. It is even staid

and upon the happiness of Swi.den. I fl.ittcr wil!.
myself that your majisty will graciously re- No new levy can be made, according to the
ceive rvy observanons. tenor of the constitutional, but wisl the consent
In a edre 'i myse-lf .;i c I* i., ,-*.-, Sit of tihe States. T' use to which they hatve al-
I take :.i\.nt .(s- ofa it uO privi;lge which i ready consented, expressly u'esupposa their
shall alwav-ys like to presewe, and which will biting intended 'for the defenctU of ihe country,
retlew in my heart recollections q. .1 agree- and the:i number ifI coulinono seautilni l., s., much
able as glorious. .-- diminished since the hoss of FinIandi that they
Sweden, in the.sad .:.mll -.. I- tIfich the are scarcely sulicienit for the service oitthe na-
last war reduced ler, .. .hr s--c.. *. nor can vy, -.,p.-i.il, under the present circun.itata-
taspir"e, but after a lot g poe-cc. i: was the in- ces. But it even the king could, aiss lie might
ly means of re:air,-- i-- agriCuliure and cora- wvish to do, *.acceld in putting aside' those lies
piercee the los!: '.. ', ... sustained, and thus which are imrposed on ilhim by the hlavs f tihe
r'(;-es-atblshiing by degrees her finances, and of State, and the rights of the ciizens ; yet,ne
en irely recruit ting'. hei m litary system and her vertheless, his majesty tears that the 2000 Swe
administration. Far fronm thit, it is Swedeni dish seamen transferred to crest, would not
who has just de -lared war ;; she has hazardedc entirely fulfil the just expectations of his lin-
this step,. without a sing'-e b.tttalion rlrady to p[i'Lal M'vjes y. Attached to his barren soil,
march/,, wit iouther arsena!s or magietiznes con to his domestic relua ions and habits, the Swe-
taining at least necessary articles ; and what dish seaman c uld iiot wi:hsttiid the influence
is worse, vtnithultt a single sous to providee for of a southern sty. Hle wcauld be ready to sa
the exptences qf so grr-at an enterprise : in a crifice ecery thing in dcef.ence of his home ; butI
word, ill the state in which' the Government when far from hlnce, and not immediately
of tdiis country is, such a a.' -i: old uqdoub:- combating for ir, his heart would only beat for
edlvy make it be accused .; ., if your At'a his retluin to his country. He w-ould conse
je-sty's: ape//robatin did not legitimate ebery quiently cirry with him into tie Freniih ranks,
thing. S.veden. it is true, possesses in herself itn:t inquietude anid iscottra.ig-ent 'which det
lhe principles of a. great f(irce ; her in habi. stroys tie Liinest a'-ntmies riorve than thie steel uf
tantsare by nature warriors ; her Constitu- th-virL eiemies. 'iWith regard to the ofliccrs of
tion allows of 80,000 m-n bhing put on foot, the navv, there istno obsta:c'e against tlieir-.e v.
and its male population is such, that this levy ing in France, and hist M, .jesty vwiih pleasure
can be easily raised ; bus you Sire, know that permits them to profit by tih generous offer of
war can only be supported by war and a his Imperial and lo-ai Mijist'y "
great military State, purely defensive, is an Letter from /is Rtale/ Highness /te Prince
expense which Sweden cannot support vwitiout Royal to his emaj.esty tIe cmt'Urror "f the'
foreign aid. F"rcnch, dated -'tiuck'holm, AMur.- 24, 1812.
. "The constitutional laws forbid the king. SI-a,
frormn imposing tEw uamxs, without thee onset I has- e 1 -.t rtce-cd --cotme notes., and I hf y.

that iusi' N-ittahiciri-ihn. who p-i"nts rnost
vehet.-n nt and fer-citus papei' against all who6
v-en ', words, signs or gestares, aff .t i.j-
S. ,- tof repuglOt.tnce to this wtar i -i-
and folly, l-s aclunly sIteped aside fr'- mhis
camtiton "s i. of 1 m '1dn1a10cing tories" and
priniig ibut Indian murders, British im-
pressenentt. &c. &c. and witi, his i. .-.. .1., .
h'sei-s is pressmig on supplies to 01 *i I. e-
abie foes." 0 re/t rai. 0 mores !-TircrGton
n ) ), 1
Last evening, after a short illness, Miss IANN.Aa
Lavy, in the 18th year of her age, daughter nf Ja..
cob Levv, Jun Esq ; in whose des'h her affected
Parents are bereftl of an rectirnn-,te and dutiful
child, and her numerous friends of an mi. b!e com.o

T7[ OARDING SCHOOL fitr Young Ladies
r. will be removed on the first of May next form
Greenwich to t' luthe p -ce t.in Broadway now occus
pied by Mr. Dai,i' iA. Ogt'tt next adjoining the
Seat ut \V. 7'eilsn,. Esquire, co"nrii oi Sandy H '-ill,
vhen a few additional Boarders ran bte acecani. io-
Iti.e-...--.Li- -witse, I.y lCoiarders, and a. fe,'v D.y

FiO'r the character of the School, a reference ih
respectiutily made to
mir. 1). BI'TiN.JE,
MIr. H SCO'i'T,
.r_. :r .O: SU'Kl.FY,
Mir. I r. .I WtHlEA! O-N,
MIr. J WOODHAit/.,
?,Ir. j;'.0. C_ .DWy\'E-LL, No. $.!3 .eat.[--

-...Si a .E -3 -e- coxvee. ut one sail, which proved to e th' ri:ra V, 'i .s Ps G a fi.". LL3.cg
Copy ore eu'nir from rcptai'.a':. .?T,.:i Ev.As, com- brig Earl-Percy, from Barravista to lirazilsl it iL h The nexpres'i nomm Clve!and arrived here oin
,:a' rig th United tatet' fi'igaec Chspeapcake, cargo of Salt; her I manned and ordered in. Wednesday at the usual time ; he informs that
t) t6he scc:elary of t!he navy, dated It now reminais ifor me to relate to you t.he r'aane the mail froi the Rapids had not reached Sanduis.
U. S.. i''ge C'hesaoprc., actions since o e left our cruising ....1 wromi ky, when the express left that place for Cleveland.
Jio,, 10h/i _;prii., 1813. the al"h of Feb. when we took the I.. I '-' C. and Tlir future can be accounted for in no other way
ir- aCe tie ironor io ncioe h you a copy of were in the long. of ., 30, W.antilat. 2, 3~,-N.ul- than it ,as thought too dangerous to send on the
report I i-v e t-".adle to coinimoduore Decatr, rela- til (the .c2d, the weather had been such as to deprive n;ail, or that it has'been intercepted by the ene.
..,.e to tihe '-s :.,e of tlhi ship, agreel!r 10 an lor- us of the benefit of lunar observations. Apprehean-
i" rec-I ud u irn hima, tundr tiale ol the C Iki of lve that we haid a westerly current, I had part' of y.
October las-. the time been plying to the eastward-when on the The Kentucky troops, up.tn leaving Cincinati,
Respectfully I havethe honor to be, sir, yrour obc- 2:id we found ourselves by a lunar in 30, 3U, W. were iobreed to leave their heavy baggage & market
dii-rit servi.nt, A-).2 EL ,V-pN. As we were now in my opinion to the westward of forced noarei.ev to ?.rt -'< r from accounts re-
.i ,. n,... ".s.r. Jortes', the general track, and it would take all the time we ceived, Pears ,: -..r : i, r 'L. 't -.I. F.t would
,~.'," -.. ofie .. .. could allow ourselves to remove to i, .., ,i, be attacked.
U." S. Friigac C!hes.rpcukr, to gain 3 or 4 degrees of easing, I concluded we -
.rloson, April i0 11. could do no better than abandon ih r'"mron'Ave hail BA.srLTImon, April, 27.
Sir-I avail myself of the terminailon of thie been so unfortunanie on-and on "., ...r.. ''uip i'. ",. --It is reported tMat Mr. Bayard
.*.. :' .. u' '..,i ciS r ended by Ih r arri- for the coast of Surinam. Here we arrived on the ,,.. : ... ... l '-J 3- _J t i to Russia, unless
i..* mi.... iu of the transactions 2d March and remained until the 6th, without see- his instru: r. .~l.h 1-1. h not yet seen, are
S- I.i,-- i,.,, we made sailtothe northward ,,-.'i satisfy him that- there is a sincere ini-
S"..- : '.r r, .. ,.., i. ,.. we sailed from ... I .r1. i i degreee to the eastward of Barba- teLotion to negotiate a peace on rea2so-nable
...I". H ; i .i i ., 'I last. On the 31st at .1 ..* .... h. -. l Caribbee Islands, until to the terms. I'-.e I n,,* n character of 'r. 3:.,' ,v1
..' ti* o w- i w to which we ........... i I 1. .,, when we steered to the west pa- renders tihe trur.I, ...: [" a ..rc itore than pro-
... ..... we lost sight of ,ii. ii. ith. .i i .. -.. i long. 7 .- Ir babe.

..,, ,, t half pstd P. .. ,I .' .hwr ad astwroute latd eastward along our Another runour is, that sealed instructions
.,.,., i,.! we gave ch;wc-at 5 lieur. vessels which we boarded, and we chased one ship have been ,,. i to Mr. Byyard, which he re-
.... .,,...i I .iORcovered that she was the and one sloop. The former of which escaped us in fcd to accept ;' suh ai refusal we think
.. J, ., i Boston, from Lisbobo nound thie t,;_i '..I ilie latter in thick weather. t 1 ...'. '',_
.. -I. .,:, 1,,, .: .;.r-. ..... a British Int I. :, i1, N. long. 66, 56, W. iMarch t9l, it is also reported that Admiral Warren
S.-., the t .r' .'i. I- '... biin. In boarded a Spanish sch. from Porto Rico to Cadiz. has given noLice to [ .-.i r i.nia..,. that if
-* '.... "'this I determined to place her pa- In lat.- 95, 58, N. long. 638,15, W. Miarclih21, boarded Our army shall invade Canada, as soon as he
peru i. ,., hands of a midshipman, and send Min in the bship Charleston arnd Liverpool Packet, from Ca- receives information of it, he will commence
S i ,(-'i .'I i,,',...0,,that h ... ,111; 1.. .. pro- dia to New-York. In lat.26, :20, .l'... 70, 6, W. an attack on Baltimore and the other seaport
-. ,-' ,.' ..... .-. t. ie night, being now March .2-i, boarded the cartel set:. l.I from St. towns. If this be true, it would be prudent.
S. .. 'I ..l ..-, ,..isterous, I concluded Bartholomews to New-York, out of which we ob- and humane on the part of our government tU
to lay by with her until morning. Whcin ai. hialf- tained seven volunteers. On theSd of April, in lat. gve us notice, at least, that we may prepare
past A. M.wiie about dispatching her, two sail 37, 51, N. long.71, 9, W. boarded Ihne ..,., ... f.or the attack-assistance or protection from
were discovered in the find's s eye of uI, .r ,,l brig St. Autonio, Do Invego, from List..,, .. 'Y. them, it would seem, from the experience 'if
irectuy for our weather' bow. About .r-- i.. v. I ,;, -. "N. C.) On the 5th -.'1, ,. ,',. 18, N. the at twlee weeks, we are not likely to .
.., I ier sails they vere vesselso w'r, '' W. boarded the ship Virginia fro Lis- he last thre. weeks, we are not l. .y to r e
01.u of' wnic. appeared to be a large ship. -lidi- bon to New-York. ceive.- e. a.
phipmau Bllodg: and the captain of the brig were On the 7th April, lat., 1,5 N. long.68,7, W.V re-
ni'w dispa'tcbed to her, with directions to steer his took the schll. Valerius, in the possession of an e..- FROM THE FEDERAL REPUBLICAN.
course, hy doing which he would go large and lih plize-master, who stated that he cut her .. ..I l ieajor Lewis'. election.-Ve give the fol-
some dis-ance from them; and on the return of the Tarpaulin cove. On tihe 8th April, lat. 42, 57, N. lon. lowing extract of a letter, dated Apr il 21, f :[um
boat, I wove round anil stood under double refPd 68, W. boarded the brig Jane, of Portland, for St. a well infor.ied gentleman in Major Le'. is's
topsails and fobre-top.uast-stay-sail, so as to bring eartholomiews. I am happy to inform you, that in district, as well to put an end to the mis rep-
them about three points on our' wealitr quarter, dependent of the fever, I have before alluded to, the presentations which have ben spread, as ti af-
with i: '...I l :-- purpose of drawing them frori the ship has been unusually healthy for a new crew. ford an exact account of its political star e :-
brig, and by c. nc.: i tnheim to haul more up, to be WVe have not now so many on the sick list as we Notwithstanding the secrecy with which
CenabledtoI certain more correctly the force ofthern. sailed with ; and owing to the judicious arrange- the opposition was conducted, and the loss of
After standing some distance from the brig, I back'd men;ts of the first lieut. Page, and the surgeon, and four comp inies of milia from Loudoun, which
the mizen topsail to let them approach us ; but find- the zeal with which they were carried into exeut- wereordeed to march three days beor e the
ag they bore di.ectiy i.p, and that by reniailiting lion by ,all the officers, we were fortunate enough to election, his majority is greater ho t any
wi.h it aback they would be quite near uis, before we check it in a short timune, ith the loss of seven men le his is grter t any
could discover their force, I filled it again and stood who all d red in from three to seven days' illness. former period except against Tyler. MVr.
one poiia higher than before, a.d -1 ,. ;n hauled The ship will require a new mast, the one in being Love and his friends boasted of an ace rssion
np ; but not so that we could discov er more than decayed ; and in working in yesterday a heavy fllaw ef strength in Prince William, althou gLh he
the round of their bow.s, and nearly in this position carried away the main-topmast by which we unfor- was actually behind Tyler i n that cou t.ty 12
they kept until about 11 A. Mi. when we lost sight tunately lost three men, and sprung the head -of the votes. Had the intended opposition been
of tkemi in heavy squall-about this time our fore- mainmast, which I expect wi l have to be replaced known to Major Lewis's friends, hi. ; poll
topmast was discovered to be sprung, and by meridi- likewise. We have er board between forty and filf- would have been higher than at any f oriner'
arn the sea and wind had increased to :I, i .1. ,:..' Iy prisoners. The mastersofthie Volunteeraud Li- election. The election in Fairfax did n( it turn
ta'it it was necessary to bring thie ship i '.1 yerpool Hero, I permitted to proceed in the Earl i cut as favorably as might have been exp tcted ;
ioresail and I,. ... r '-'; with hous'd top-gallant- Perry, on parole. I am with respect, ir, your obe- not that there was any changes against i l,, but
miasts. At. -' .'. I. 1... .ig ., tn ...... ra'nd die-nt ser-',ant, from the apathy of the federalists, who, know
eirg desirous to ,.. *':.. ,ll,, il.,, .. .... i.at if (Signed) SAMUiEL EVANS. ing the congressional election to be beyor id the
there wasnotag ,. ,g 1 r'" ,- JI ,.,ti ..,..avor Co:Mnodorc Sichcn.Declcar. reach ofaccident, would not give them i-:ves
to obtain a position to bring therm to action on the the trouble of attending it. Major Lewi.. ma
S.. : ....... : I 'orc and stood in the direc- 'ronm London Papers after te Marmon, .jority in the whole district was 185.
... i, 1 .. them until 5 P.i. i when dis- arrived at Boston. The militia of Prince William, St afford
cove ing noth.ngofthemI, again wore and proceed- LONDON, March 9. and Fairfax. which, re democ-ratio, co tirs,
1.'i. ...,,. pace of destination. On the 9th By private letters we learn that of 13,060 and 'left iu hie to vote demaist ouus, whi esth
... .,,.. .an dof St.. Auiony, one of the Cape urtenburg troops, only 300, chiefly ofers, r fe s f Loudou were dragged e a
Ie :Verdpas. 1-le ti itl, ay .' ..-.1 ,,%,1,' .rat are remaining, Of 37,000 Bavarians, only just in tie n to d. -,li, t aI .e of dthir

were ipassa. 15, SON.and ou.25, 11 W. had been 4 000 arein existence. Of 2000 troopslurish- votes.-So mo. f ..,r :. .:- concert and
acominontyboisterous. Woehad bythat dlay lost ed by the Grand Duke cf Frankfort, only 70 t,, ,.. ,,, t."
.r _.-..m .i., ;* arud from the day ofour' .iay ,,_ privates and a tew officers are left.
,C i' 1 0ta '. I Idtiot bee rayou -. March ll.-Al the Prussian ports, those it, It appears very probable th-t Mr. Sh v
.,, w...: we discovered asailN. by possession of the French excepted, are ,,1 is re-elected to ". ntwit,,i.hsndir.!; the
S... ..... se, and at 10, brought nher to the ships of Great Britain, and ot Russia, Gerry-mantderit.i' '" district.-The A.iex-
... L. .. i r.-. ,e proved to be the British Sweden and Denmi ark. ;todria G iazeeto gives r- ,' ....u. i i ..II :
t'. ".io ir., [-.i L;_erpool to Biatra, one of a The Emnperor of Russia was at Plock or' the P '.' :
-...... : i .,r.r I to dilfet'rent ports of Southli istula oi the 4th ult. Lord Cathlmrt left Ft' 1, 371
A-- .o.. u I thep iteific Ocean, under charge of the Petersburg for the army oB the 12th. 1 4 i" ,h. 1 a
:,trit :.--..:. from which she had parted 5 days A report prevailed last night, that Sir John t't/'y,
previous to our falling in with her. She had on D ,, I ,, had sent ,a .h ,llei,.' to Lord Castle- For Sihelffey 205
board a considerable invoice of dry goods; and I reagh in consequence of h v- L..rr ., speech C. *" '. ..i 51
pu: a crew on hoard her, and dispatched her to a ti tbate in the Itouse ,, ,.. on Fri The remaining counties are \VWashit.ton,
.-a.,'. The next day, at 6 A. M..wve discovered ht Grayson, TIazwell, and Lee.
go '!her sail, b ring W by N. to which we gave daynight
chase, and a 11 .oarded her. As she was known A letter from Rign says, the Cossacks are so
to be the brigi-erpool iero, one of hile convoy, enriched by thie spoils of the French, tix-t tovc- 'ir t F1.tl'b HAWIFAX.
I boarded her' mlder EnglisL colors, in hopes of Ire- ry onccarries a way with him ftomtr500 to5,000 c h. -art, Capt Gatbay, days
ing i. I in sch information as would bring doubles in monney, watches, jewels, &c. Seven- from t14 :'- ., .-, .I at Bosto n Thoursiday. Tine
Si.. .... ,h,..fleet. I found she had left then ty regiments of Dousskins (militia) six rcQ- sloop ofwar Atalante had arrived at iali ax tro
tr ... -.: It V .u ,1.... that she had but little mnents of Babhkir Tartars, and twenty regi a crimze, a,' l ... I,' in with her 3 shrs. ca rgoes
that was valuable in her, and as her mainmast would ments of Cossacks had latey joi'edtheRus-ian Of cotton, ,.i -.. .., and had in tow a sloop A
Make ua a most excelled. main-topmast, which we army,and the present levy of eight out ot each sub. froi' Neow-London, bound to Eastport, ba d ar-
were muchin want of, I determined to take out the hundred was reckoned to amount to a rein- rived prize to La Hogue; also, brig Jeanet, lirom
valuable Fart of her cargo and destroy her. While forcement of 300,000 men from all parts of the Portland, for Baltinmore, captured in the CL'.sa-
a theexecutionofthis,at4P.M. anothersailwasdii3- Empite peake, by the. Jmioni; a !o, schr. oRg-ie. ftronsi A-
covered. -On seeingus, she made sail froin us; and On the 5th of January, 1796, the funded debt lexandria, for :.t .,., prize to tint ?- .I ; sloop
as the wind was light, and no ...-...il.._ of coming of Great Britain.was 2258231,2481 5s 2 1 ;- Packet, from Savannah, for Boston, prize to the
p wh hcera btor- dark, I juidgedv it best to taie this whole sunm has been '..r a li redeemed Valiant. Three Engiishmen, on their parol of
V har we C oult from to tbrig while daylasted, and by the operation of the sinking fund. O the honor in .-. had violated the same, and bad
to runpart of the night to tho southward and west- ar d a Halfa in a peau boat, which th
vaird, in hopes to intercept her next day. This I st of Match ls!, the commissioners held in stole for that al .i'. ...h reported the, effih ted
i-id, ad, lay by the latter part of the night and most ilr names 238,350,1-43 18s ld, bairgi 181, stole Ior that',, r' --t. c reported the'y effet tea
of net mtorni.'-whno, seeing nothing of her, I 895/ 12s 1Od more than the whole national tcicres.ape frot prison. On tr'rdy last, off
bore 'up, andEt.o.d ina da-ectiin to intercept the det,'in the year 1786. helturne, tne ,,- I.,. tin ,iith te G Plni er
fet,if they hat p-sd the inside of the Cape de Mr. Vansittart, the present Chancellor of mentionedd in marine list) and took from nher a
V.erds, which, ,..;- ,1..: course they were steering the Exchtquer, has nowproposed to extinguish lumber of prisoners, wiceh she had taiten out o.f a
when the brig p'ra"'d from then, and the irdfor- an equal ainount of the nominal debt. recaptured vessel-carried them into Shelbin.te,
ration I was ".'.. '..l I.. g!ean from tihe captain and sailed from thence Friday, in coming out met ewi ti
crew of her before I infonr.edl them who we were, [From a London paer qf March 12th] the privateer sch. Crown of Halifax, going ins
I was hi..1. h impresseIl v i Ih tirhe iLe t hey rad CALSHAms Feb. 20. with arn hermaphrodite brig (supposed to be thle fSi-
"onea; but 1 regret to say, that after pursue this The battle of Derschow, about 4 miles a, Curtis) from Savannah for Boston, caro co.-
coarse until I arrived on our cruising ground, we from Dantzic, on the 13th inst. was very saui- ton, her prize. Several privateers were fitting o't
saw nothing of their. Perhaps, sitr, the idea may guinary. The French had about 40,000 men, at Halifrax. [For other intelligence by this arrival
ts,.zest itself to you, that, taking into consideration including 22,000 from Dantzic. Th'hey were see Boston marine bead.]
the latitude allowed in mny iistructions, it would totally defeated, and lost 48 guns. A great Pleasing, Ibformution.-It is with pleasure
have been proper for me to have pursued (hemn fur- number of wounded returned to Dantzic.- we can state, from undoubted authority, that
their; and I will therefore give you my reasons for The garrison there consists in a great degree tie three E.glishmen who made their escape
noidoing so. oford Cofederation troops, who are in the greatest from this town in a small boat, some dayssince,
As r I.. 1 ., boarded te anarchy. So little subordin'tion is kept up and who were on their flarole of honor, arrived
bois under 1. .,, ,,,..i.,I, ,ii : thue captain among them, that on the next day after their at Halifax about the 16Mh inst. were immedi-
'a ,.ii. i, i, ,. ,o, ,o ,i. .., o hbiaero lthait arrival they burnt the principal street. ately taken up,confined on board ,he Centurion,
*a" a. ,- i h..I.. il. 1 a i,,. -F. .. int. ly dif From the Vistula to the Oder is entirely and Mr. Miller, the English Agent for Prison-
est appre. pension in the fleet of fall otin withAel- in the power of tihe .ussians. Te Cossacks ers, .me, ,t,.1a ,.at. red them to Mr. Mitchell,
erican cruisers, between where they were and til heire- 'le to Stolpe, Gen. Chernichew's cor-s the American Agent, to be at his disposal, and
pta-e of'aes-iat.on. and ihat it was very possible wiero at Rugenwolde the end of last mothI. if he did not see 'i. to send them bock, they
that they had nearly all separated, as the evening 'The Russiars conduct themselves in the best rshoutd be made a.t a .. niI.pe oft, and turned he-
.'heai he last saw (tI.- .... .1.......,. :n., were muchl manner possible. fore the mast on, .-..r .' a s man of war.-[If
S.,it',... : some a ,..,, ai.-,.,.. .1,. .i.,,,.. uetern of '" There is a report of Bonaparte going to our government will shwn thIe same iaagnian-
.. .-d others as far ahead-and by the papers Vienna. I doubt it much. He has beerilately imity, it will be a serious warning to those
, ,. ,,. I 1'oarnt they were bound to n,,, ,, n. in some danger at Paris, t hough it is studiously who may he paced in a similar situation on
inany ports as there were vessels. These .i...i..i.:, .- concealed, and not a. word said mn the French both sides.]
.-. "-* -' 1 '.. ilty to determine me.to abide on papers. t-HALIIFAX, April. 17.
.1 ,ati.1 '.1-.n..n mte, and I reasoned thus. It is There is the greatest ferment hr.-.ea..i,a,ut In ournextracts from Amneriesn iners, our' rea-
- .' ., .istime tey .,, i ':' ,,,...1 ',,. all Germany. At Hiamburgh the French were ders will find an account of th ec.i.'.u., .-. the Pea-
'i'., ...- ihwnce -no, I.... .n t I..' ,, packing rp their effects," cok. The good fortune of the Americans has not
a .,r, i. i,,i to pro iced .aa..... J .." .. ,i 'rsaceu them ; on the contrary, it is mnre conspic-
hr,'ly ports--brt while l am oreupied looking for Extract of a letter from ilk- Towfni, dl atedthe cne eonversanl .n .. ... ,, I ,'iw, tiat had
>hese resscis which maybe in shore of me-'when I 29th in.t. to a g'entcman of this ciny. a veisel been ., ., '. r.t :.. .' rou ,,,.., .-
see themi escape--tha chance is the others will be Yesterday 13 barges from the British 'eenr sunmk in so short a spaceoftirme.
afely arrived in por-hesides at this period an squadron lande td n tok the fort at French '
* e i ,. fever Iead madie its appearance Town, and burnt a store house and several AsA., April 27.
It wasapprehensive th neataed by go in e e site il tu .vessels. The smoke of French-Tow 'r is nuow E t, act f a letterf'rm a g"eneman in co,,ntan 1 at
teasahpren wenmighthcalculate upoing in to the snatiu- in full view. I expect the English will make ,'nkes' Kar 'burt, te ... '.. iay, dated
st rain, ther' 'ouli. 11.. a-..:,:-;l. i v of (;leckin"- it an attempt to burn the vessels at Elk-Town h/nrir 19, 1813.
Again, this was or; .. r .- .:.ir, ,aj 'rro ao'ne pit.' this afternoon oi eveniig, They are supposed "' I have nothing important to commurucate -
we were in c .. : ili.., sailed both home and outi- to have 5 or 600 men within a mile and anL Col. Mills ishonorably ...: i... .' ti.."a his arres :-
ward. The newspapers we had obtained annomi'c- half of this place." great preparations are making here nor an active, an
etvh the governa'-general of India would sail in x-trac of a letter from Baln.rte dnoled .4prit a, las. 'y, and ( sitcerely hope) a vig oros canpai-n.
a tv e ,'eeks, in a frigate tor his command-by re- 'There are above 30 sail of 13rit i"-h amen of war Tis moriuing, fort' dae st, we are g'rati-ied, vilth
; were were, was it not possible we now iii sight of this rity. As an immediate attack a total dsapp.'anmce toftheice. ThOe feat, consist-
'a,, taiso fno onsiae 'a to intercept hoim Ficu- an the fort is appr.heudee, we are all under arms. 1, n "o ...p : ads -.n, ofne th en Oruns cl i' of
itances, dnietermined o to remain allon tour cruincTir:- he wind is now hr or the fleet to nne up, if of .- a.. v: t .' aa .- c.,'mapieteo reudy for sea.

ground be the event wlat it woul; and I I,,ivWe now tiey e' oos i t. Th'lie louk outboat, tie Groiwlert, sasei this amorniog-,
to regret that I must inform you I could scarcely ". e i..' T1'1 1rc Omncrvatory for 11 sail of and an order was read on parade last nil.t for thie
have made a morc unhappy determination; for af- the line *.'iui '..: ; ,.,.:. 'lag-but I sspct they embarkation of Gmen. Pike's brigade, and M.-or
terv rtuiin 'the-e until he dof rF,.,-r_ *.. w; is- a ,' S -Ciii'.!." )F.ry'tb'0 RB'e corpa, to-mnorrta' moringt--- dci.

nUahon u nknnow.;. 8'n>ta ny arr'iAvail ie crc s-nipO (" 1Thlr'i' "'L''MMFiR -:- CO. No. 11:
o nuuunt 40 guns, has beln put upoini tI i,u Sr.a,., t Brt'.adwa.y, opposite the C;ty I Ltel, have late-
and is now nplatking, to 'u: laiunclCd a *:. Q i-it ly received, a large assor;inut of ti a. and comment
day of June." China, Giliass and ifarhei Hn Ware,
v- hich are offered for sale, whole. Ale and detail .
JAsts Hue(, of Pennslyvania, has been appoint- ay 1--SpIta-
ed by the President Treasurer of the Mint of tihe -- --
United States, vice Benjamin Rush, deceased. iJro l r ....s, annsolvent. .. I ',, b confitur iof
Sr the Gaoul of the county of Morris an. i state of Tew--
Port of B ostoM, m, t i2rl2. Jersey, for debt, damages and costs, (hat the judge-,
Arrived, cartel sehr. Mnstath, Gausby, 4 days r. of te inferior Court of Commnon Pi. ar.-f said coura ,
H n.. with about 30 passengers, among them the ty, will meet at the Court House in. IOtristown, ir
offers, passengers and pArt of the crew of the sad county, on the fourth day of Ju. 'anext, at tea
ship Volaut. Thie only shl.ps of war in port were o'clock, A. M. to hear what may b ,il.-d,_ *
tthe E.olus an-id Lautrentinus, the fornrmer bound to and against the liberation audadisch.i, -. -
ongland. A sloop, prize to tile Liverpool Packet, scriber, Insolvaet debtor aforesaid, f:orn confine.
a.r. there the day before ; and a brig with cotton, nient, pursuant to the laws of said ; ate.---'.iir
from Savannah, bound to Boston ; brigs Daspatch, Morris County Gaol, Apiil 29th, 1813.
Ba3ancroft, & Vivid, Vanderford, have also arrived. may 1-Sp4w JOHN ESLER.
O"'hl. Irbm .- n -. b,,..,led from the privateer Go- ( ) Tr.k~ i a .L ,, r. I n, rp., tEq, 7i 7T .t
V ,0n,,,a. FluiLnnt r., hI.I-r. of Portsmouth, N. H.- .- of the Court of Common Pleas, in and f..r t.
Sunday, 30 leagues E. of Cape Ann, was boarded county of 'Ulster, Notice is hereby giv en to 0li the
tromn the Curlew sloop of war, which had taken two creditors of John Hazard. ofKingston. i said coun.
blrigs 2 days betb'ore-did not learn who they wc-re. an Insolent., I. 'l. t .eI c.. aue, il .,. ti,''
1Saw the Tenedos and Shaunon in the bay I.n- lh.ive, before tl.e ...,, J.J., a:t i.n tarrn-., :.
a1, ,il.i a nanr.ar1.ti i.ia ni. ','..a ..l i-n.,.... on tlie .h',d x \ : : ,
l'n.- t. I, I.,, NNew York for Bardeaux, arrived ( I -,t '..'..h .-'". .t n .r ,'u,- a ,th-a..ii : ., .- ,-

at Biddeford, Erng. 13th Feb. prize to the '*.a,., a ,. .l i ,n '.,a .-a ui a u d ..e a .i..ac -,,J I., Ir-
The privateer Tom, of Baltimore, was .;i i.: discharged, pursuantto theact'.. ia.h ,-:..-., "nar
hon, anmid had taken 3 or 4 sail of transports. and provij.i,.--~b1. ir.ra,' 18th, dLL.
Cowes, March 11.-Sailedr this run.' ; I lie Box- r-i.>l. aLLI L'.; HOGERT, and ethiaers;
er and Conflickt gun brigs, with the trade bound to feb 24-Sp1Ow* .":'t,....ar.; t:jr a, ,,-
Ncewtfoundlandr. 1.) i l' i... a, ,.atiamul.l V-t- Ho I. : elI.
London, Miarch 12.-The Bellerophon is fitting j er a c..ra..i... r .c.-Ni: .:. ., l'.;i- i..
at Portsmouth, bor the flag of Aidmiral Si'r Richard given to all the creditors of SILAS oMI t i ..
Keats, commander in chief at Newfoundland. The town of .-:.:.:!;l.;p'.rn, :n t'a .o..laa}i e ,. 'et .. .'
Ampbion frigate will come forward for service !nsolvenm. b.Larn, L.-,t ;taer .shl case it ..rv' *
about thie middle of' next month. The Devonshire have before the said commissioner at i1. ,' "-
74, and Medway 74, at Siheernicss, ar-e ordered to the Village of Canandaigua, in the c..oiai .. ..r
be itinediately brought forward tfor service. on the 1st day .. .- y -e.a, t, t 10 o'clock im' the for
nouKn ofthat day why ai assignment oftthesaiU'l -
Charleston, April t1. solvents, estate, should not be made, andRt e be 1i.
Copy iae thersromit- .- changed, pursuant to the acts in such case mad
cnn, to the Editor of:, t,. ... ,.,', ; .... .'a- anrd provided. Dated January 2th, 183s. -
turday, 12 o'clock. SILAS ?TH,,
A gentleman just arrived here from northh Isl- SELAHS SMI'h. Tnve ..-
and brings the following information. The brig Feb. 2-10w" i* nin C '' r-a
Tartar from St. Barts. with a cargo of 100 punch- .
cons of Rum, prize to the privateer General Anr- -p, -r 'i. ii i J ..tI '- I i 0
strong, Capt. Sinclair, of your port, having yester- First Judge of the Court of Commirt Pr a;
day morning discovered an English brig, and being and for the county of Otsego, notice is :-rt.vt .
chased by her from morning till night, made to- ed to WILLIAM SHk4W, late of the towsA of I .-
wards ourbharbor. HTaving passed the Georgetown ternuts, in the county of Otsego, an :r.-, i.r a r
bar and got off nearly opposite North Island, she concealed Debtor, and to all others v.-.- ,, i .a
unfortunately got on the shoals, rrn aground arid him, the said Judge, purpual t "to the ct '. '
bilged ; they were last night attempting to get gislaturhei .ntdate of uew-Yoi Il etl-ed' "
her ashore o North Island.-- The vessel act for relief against absconding and absent D'
which chased in the Tartar, had the day before ta ors," passed the 21st cf arch, 1301, he hathd. -
ken a valuable brig, but where from or where reacted al! the Estate, real and personal, within ae
bound, not ascertained, county of Otsego of the said Wrm. Shaw, an anb .-
-- -: ding or concealed Debtor, to Le seized, and tht.
Sriless the said Vriin. Shaw d,o r.t -. ;-..A d Ji-'.i ..
Dissoluhton of Co Partners/hinf. his debts, within three months ,ei t.-.: N..'.
'-V.; ..-' rtnership heretofore exiting such seizure, all his Estate w:i. L- si :..,. -
A between John Mac Gregor, Jr. Thio-mas Dar- payment and satisfaction of his 1 ..-..
ling, and BElisha Ely, under the firm of MACI GUE.- ernut Jr nuari 18, 1813.
GOR, DARLING & ELY, expired by its limitation JOcN C. Molats, Attorney ..r '. ,;
,on the 28hi March. The settlement of the concerns jan 29 m t
of said co-Partnership is vested in John Mac Gre- -. a'-"'
gor, J:,. and Thomas Darling, who continue the Gro- '- t. *i e n -!.;u E
cery and. Commission Business, under the firm tf DanieD Btl be' .r-, T: ,-. and "-'amy a-
MAC GRECOR & DARLING, at No. 133 Froet- Iniolvea.t debtors, j-...,t .. i ,. ''n. ...
street. JOlN MAC GREGOR, Jr. ty of Morris, and State of .'. :,, I .2
THOMA.S DARLING, damages-that the Judge, t.'t,. I...i, ,, ::u :o ,,
ELISHA ELY. Common Pleas of said coualt. ,ill rni:-et C.,
ELISHA ELY informs his friends, that he hs Court House i,-i ?. ,ir;.t,. n, a '- ,j c.uti.., C .i t
Taken the Sitore No. 113 Front-street, corner of Cof 25tih day of ,.:... .,, ,t ,,, "k. A-. -.: i,, tte
li'ee-Htouse-slip, a few doors below the former stand, what may bc :.'.. .I ar,:.1 a'-ai,si: he I;-., ..-,.
whAere he will transact the Grocery and Commission and dischar,' .i -n- t.he ioa r .1 .:.n, ..ivent debh,-
ldusines.; in lhis own n me, and now offers for Sale: ors aforesaid. rf..T ...-.,ri,.ei... pun a- :.- '., t.e
40 hids. and ? at laws of said t 'latci- )i. at.J M ,- '.r,, I, ,'.-
420 haIrelds. and rst qulty Muscovado Sugar prO10th, 18'r;; L !irar.;I
20 barrels pril 19th, 181 ." '.., r;,; L h r _. R
10 boxes do do White Havainna do '\ i .Ia ,.tI '.,
4 hihds Lia-ump do :..,i ,1 .'.' ji. C '.
'30i do Antigua an, W. I. Ru ---
15 do New-Enlanid do rT., Il l. '- -,r, rated oa
6 pipes Cognac Brandy [' 'a tar -.o;t .,-a '.;., r, about
3 o Span i la 10 34 miles fr ..... r a.; "- .C ., :
10 hhis. Molasses Turnpike Road fro,, ",-.a.v,,;i. ,,..'ib.t.- ...
53 do Lisbon Wine Farm has on it a r' ,,.. ,- a,. :..,--.'./. .-
4 pipes L. P. Madeira do large .. ..i .. : a .. a: out-houses i-j
12 do Siiiy do do good repair ; and a l: rge Garden, intersperse.
6 doi Faal do with various kinds of f'uit and forest mae... ;;
4 do L. P. lTeneriffe do 10 acres of the farm is wood-land, ,.,.- '. ., -. .
20 qr. casks Mountain Malaga dt; ing timber-tle remainder tilling ,-..i1 .
2 pipes Port do quality, well fenced s,,.i ',,-l, ,k, a-
5,) chests II Skin Tea It contains -i .,.a Orchards, ofti,. -: .., -- '
10 do Souchong do grafted fruit, a-... -, ,:.-d Nursery. Part of the
t'9 wholes, halves and quarters BAthea dwelling-house has been occurbied for '.0. ', -
20 bags Coffee as an Arademy, .nud is convenient for tl, ,t ...
10 bbls. do Tavero, a Boarding House, or a Gentleman's Coua-
3 pipes Anchor Gin try Seat. Said Farm has on it also, a number
o0 lbs. Nutmegs most del!ghtfhi sits for building lots fronting the.
15 bags Pepper Turnpike Road, in fill view of the river. Said 9re--
2 d. Z .and Pimeno p -rty is situated on the summit of Mount Pleasan-t,
i barrels i about half a mile from the public Sing Sing land-
V cases best Cassia : ,'k -', a, r. a a m '.,, i ., -
It boxes Chocolata .i, a,,, i .. 't,, ., ,. .' -., -- .
5i kegs Ginger 35 niles uip and down. For health and romainatt
30 boxes Bristolshort Piapes prospects, perhaps no place can be foundto excel
3 holds. English Copperas -t. The whole of the above property may be bought
5 tons Campeachy Logwood together,, or any part of it, separately, as may best
2 ,ceroons Span-is Indigo suit the purchaser. For terms, enquire of tihe ub.
100 1 bs. New Orleans do scriber, on the prenisea.
5 c-asks Leper's Snuff april 10-tf STEPHEIY S. NELSON.
50 k,.gs sweet scented Tobacco -
10 dOi comn'on do 'POR1 SAdLE,
10 daI Ladies' Twist do 't HE Farm lately occupied by John Hoau-
15 bales Upland Cotton ton, deceased, situate in the-town of Montgfo-
30 bats soft shelled Almonds inery, county of Orange, and state of New-York.
5 bLis Tallow, ans containing about 190 .. .?, '-.' ... i'..'.'. '..,-
50 del '.rime Pork. april 24--Sp4t into meadow, plough ...1. .. ,'.' J--' ,..- .. :,.
ver fuiling' stream of water that rconsthrough it 1,'
PA''KENT STEAM DISTILLING. the side of which is a -i 'ar.t-" rn -I"-ai meadow
A CCO.RDING to the Subscriber's latest -the land is naturally i.i a'1, r..-.,'t soil. For
AX and t iost improved method of distilling, ais:- convenient accommodations there are but few farts'.
ty jBishsai a .'f Grazii per Diay ainy be distilled into that excel tlis, it being' s.bout 4 miles from the vil-
4th proof 8 Iirits, with One Cord o'f 'l'iood, and the lage of MBorntgomert, 13 from N'. .a.na ., ... i'i.t
whole expen ce of t!.-'-. 1 Ii..-.. Apparalus, rcmr tihe from v'oshen, one fourth of a taial. i...', ia' A'-. -
Fire Arch, It discharge fourth proof Liquor at the ate Reformen d Chturch, 2 from a a .' ,;', -.
Worm, will n 'nt exceed $700. 4 1-2 from a Dutch .. I .- 'a...., Chu "L' il '.
Thie Subse 'er has distilled by Steram about three miss are tn.. t -: .. .. :;a.--i.:- .,, ..... ..: -
years, and their Still Tubs are apparently as good as is new an.i- ...i. '; ,.i.,:. 1 ,.1,wn-it is .- i
they were at l''- ii.) timber that will hIold Spi- front by 35 deep-two stories hilh, with a celt a
rilat, will answ, c ., ,.. Still I'Tubs. under the whole at the rear, and tijonil -... : .
T'hie vastsav igr in thie tlrst Estabhli.hmert, in fuel, of' 20 Let by 26, finished in a convxniien .. ,,.' -
rlabour, quantit:' and quality o'f liquor, and thie dui- A Barn, 3S feet by 40, a hay-house, 20 u... '" ....-
rability and sait'tr y of the Works, ail combine to also, a carriage-house, 20 feet by -. .. i .
make it anI irmptartant object to aill Disttillers. For orchard, and a variety of other fruit .- 'l !
further particubt rs, the reader is re.ftrredl to thie above flar is allowed, by ,.1, .- .1 .
certificates and a fiidavits published in the Sp.rn- first rate in the coamnlny, '... I,- .. Any gent.--
tor, from tht 20th of June to the 20th of' Septem- man in tire city of New-York, or .. i ,, ,. '
her, 1812, taken when this method of ,., a..- tor purchase, and wishiing- a a'-. -' ".
was in a intich less ielnprov'd state than at n resent. 'I please to appty to SAMnT E l '..i '.. b.
Mintry distiltairs howe been estuablisihed in ilie tf.:rte 27 f"nec sereat-w lirispusa title ali te a
of New.York mtnoder this patent, and are all now in en, by
successful opiar'atiorr, sirice unoa: of which Sahl's the SAMUjEL IIOUSTON,)
Subscriber ha mnad.a further imnprovemrents, winch AO.M 1 2 "..l .. Administra'.or-
much reduces the quantity of fuel, (and to sc',rte AtiRAHi-AM \VILKIN,.
which hic has iled aulnther specifiration)-half the ti: i,' 7-Sp2m
constant labouh r of onma man is sufficient to run thie 2'o a:a-O,, 'a/i/ctire'. 'd's
liquor from 60 b'ushelu of Grain per day. A>. ",' ", a Dlver and Finisher of sup -
The Subscriober others lor ,aIe, under his Phtent, Eh:i.r Clotts, to '- 2 l beralt w'.-
Singa-le I'4;i or any t.oer'ior), which rem ains ;;;- -t be give,;_-,,ne need -- ", o....,
rould. ,.:--. price o Singe RItights, from 25 to .el. -"cq einr-,d witl; tLeir business ..-, -n I .
135 dollar. 'L, F9 -ar-> tri -et. feb 2..- .
Letters ad:h"' .a ,cd to tie Subrlscriber, Post Iani,-, ... .
will be pundutaty attended to, and .hl' necessary in- ~7' I1S:..rD BY LEWIS & iALL.,
formation giVtn,, by li.lLO .5-. ACKLE. I IS,.D I.rViS A-
Pat~nei'e. A.T

h Boilers and Furnace united, are cast at Alba- A 0. 60 W '.LL-ST?'RYE T,
nuv, and at Ro ire.
C, au.teIaid -lage of er,-kimr, ,V. 7r? SECND DOOR ABOVE PEA!RL-sTnEET.
.nrit S-r, 1813. ,
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.* -; .. C,., 7 T'. r. l t ,- J i7. uln Liran i.l.,i Inr r. i to b ...a ,l mie irin o.:.-e, accomnpani.-d r th 'ccvs The repose of Europe, and the a .it Kin Chung Tunt-. (4 leagues from the ,,on, fnling- sp,res. ,.uue, r 1in.vJ. ith l .
S .'Al. .--.. ... .. .. .. i r .,, 1 -I, .J ...pU ,,r,,I. l.' pIc'- .,Ft thic> ie ,.l p.,i0 iii; ulfhI (.i d lted C uurt) tIey g, e a.surances- ol reade to >v, y :ihlt sert rt of u inag m ..it ii r. i .Ir -_liDng
S,., .' 'I.., ..' >' .,. ..ei... .'i i. a, ,u cut"i f abessing upr w w i,'; eIve'irq,'n favf r u e Afrtc an race, perform r t'ie prostratio n and genuflectious re- riles of gi an.ic older, -.roieiq e *hli|es of
- -r r, 7,. i' r ,n ', m ._rn *-.." ",,, '",ri r. I "e'.,:," ,i,, ;, .J ',p,,-n *;,,ur cou ntry. '"r;rr,-e [hl'e .ne lr-'f r,, n l-,pnhL,, cLr,.r'] ai t e; t d a nra of poihtl ne.c nur, ,d m onstro. = 2.n r,.l ,i,:it s oo' -b,,s i JJ.r "-. ari-
', ..;" ..' i. l.e lrt.-{ h, r ti- le'etI a wori 'rJ ated 10 tl i liti-i.1.-i -n ,' "I ii HIl tij'. I of colonizt' .on socitviei. :' -'dlur in ti cuurut, ; ani rie verninut i-ial- .- ;"-r arr-.- s h t .i-*. ...'.l- "- -.it a."d in .n ,.- I. +II.t.p. li h sea
dir-,,t I f 7 1 1. I .l_, l .1 !er' .l ci r,. -.. n Lt.,hi..r .-.- rcpl, niii o ritr.',r' nin- e.t:e. ct ,- gieat, i. 1 u Ine, and everyday l of the Unartied MNates may obtain by n got.ua- Iry house (tnallf a league fr-om Court)- ara hird1:,n'3,-,i ,.-:.- -' -. ..t'.u- I .- .I,.,h :.., IItie
-,,,,im.,I -lI|, auJ 0 t a ,r .iac. able, : ier- OIS a furiteii guai.lituC. It do f Dot dppta- r r nsDo uiu were upon tie point of r'pairiig to tl.vis bciw- e I, i .. irii[.- 1i,, ,, i..:. ,
red Ih, II ,. [:.1 ', '.- I m .in,,t ( c urlt I .J :l -.tr ,: ,% e rn. r r if.c J .d ) I, itu' ,,' ., ,d s ,,I ; e. at to s, ra tie, ( tI a r, on" h ele o.. -I n can tIe ir to e re n the Ei iont.n v. the t o .r a, ,,f-d :, nD .I jl -, u -. ,l n... .ver
in t. -~..ir. O. v lh..I .:n, lh fiITo: ioril..ci.on .rLI.in up I :.,r,.e t,. flee purple of]our, who I be offered against mkinr the experiment. Well as the second Embassador, under pre- produced by the marine aI l: 1i lb .-vtcb all
' s ;. J'.- ..it 'i \I '- he, : 1 [1 i. miJ:' ', l. ,_ rr.,:,- t.i I, l.- ,c>:r, .,.. .*rc. -ilreng i... m r i. iri tir,, i.'rthed -r ,i.: ': : Phee l..nses ol such a colorvy m u:.1 be ei. touce of ill healilh, would n t ppejr. \ -, ID ne lor,:r part of'theL !j. id l..i..c. t.. i3a-
rrS.,,, ui,4,L ca. ,, ,.Jour -l i on dhe uncx itfe sidfull author ukld ,a eb e d t c pc- 'a, .ee1 ."d cl l."a, jc.r.t ,,,-,,,.1,l .I 1L,hI1,.: 0 "thL lti .n-re i.. io doubt. lut the wort mutt cou sequi uce, ,assed decreee, that they s iould prf-gn9tLJ.
.r,,.,.. t h h patronage by the society, formed on the first be gr ,,ih.lI in its progress ; andi on a scale cur- "be sent away upon their return. \e. howl- The hgevernor, Lieut. Wilson, resides one
titnUhminality of the law: as in that case, it dient to devote so small a portion of these mas-i day o January last at the seat of government, rcspul,..il:- s 11,1, ih. m-ean.. In procc, 'of aevtr, reflecting that althou,i the .aid Emb- Green Mountain, so called, from its being a
wou-'d r-end'cr void ::11 sa!es under morc recent sy volumes to the preservation of his Revolu- i in the city of Washington. It is the sauie tIiue .1- in-. .. ill .,I*.'ii:i.,tl,. A\ .ticat ti ,'l- .tsdor, i as hlanieable in out observing tEli little verdant on tha top, where the clouds. -l
law .f the same d'scripfion. tionary memoranda ; a great proportion of 'generous object which this society, fornned s be.t o,'. |...I i .., '- l'...r.I :ie '-ih- '- bctrtbhe laws of politeness towards the sovereign of generally hang; its peak towers above .*t-- '
-hich, he has distinctly intimated, are still he- an auxiliary, intends to promote : andl is it ut cit of emigration ; and, with ad-i_.,ttit r,..a thlircountr.-Ltrho 0frorn an immense disti-c,e surrounding mountains, and is probably ,
Insurance bireclors.-The Election, es- desirable to afford to freemen of the Africani peoity wouhl be as willing to en,,gitte, :,. FEu- and over various seas, had bent to office his ted 1000 yards from the ocean; this is tY
S e l r hind in the various manuscripts of his bureau, race the opportunity, if possible, of forming, in r eans are to leave their native country for prese l s, and to present with respect hi, let- lyggreen spot on the Island ; there are'
terday, fir l)irectors of the .Firentenz surTnecc The three volumes together contain upwards the land of their fathers, a colony of civilized this brother parts of the world. l-r, inmdi.atino; a wish to siieir us due corn-:d- a few'straggling plants ofa kindofmitt,
Coiman.y, resulted in the choice of the follow- of nincteeh hundred pages octavo, exclusive and christian people, who may ultimately at- Is the experience of tie colony of Sierra .i.aon anid obedience. Conlenipt asimprop- which never exceed the height of la i
ing gtntlemenn : Thomas C Butler, John G. I of l aprliieto 1 >'l iot more tain the rank of an independent comnmon- Lone objected to the plan proposed ? That ('* 0.3 n,-ain,t the mjiin to Ishe' lenitsl toouor a few small patches of purslain in the.i.
olcr John Jacob Astor, James SterliJoh of lrgo appendices to ach; and not more wealth ? Is it not desirable to place tliem in a experiment is obviously in its favour. The inferiors, In consequence from amongst the o small running- vine b. -ina a bell-si, .
Coaster, John Jacob Astor, ames Stern' g, than 444 out of these are employedin recordl- condition for the cultivation of their own colony referred to had its: reverses ; but it is presents of the said King, we chose the most flower, not unlike the convoivulusgaud ti. /
eo[J. Desobry, Thus. 11. Smith,, David G. ing Revolutionary events: for at page 411 talents and for the display of th .-,..ili :, ni.. unoi confessedly in a prospecrous state. The tiifling and insignificant, which are fourmaps, cominon wireysea-shore grass.
Gillies, John Whetten, lHenry Waring, Jo- ol.. the General breaks offiibrptiv with i only as husbandmen, mechanics and mer- c usess, which iinpeded its progress are known, two Portraits, ninety-five Engravings; and, Two small sluggish springs of blackish co-
-ep rung-, Ar' 'Vikr, John Covi, ip sb t ilr chants, but as physicians and counsellors, as mad may iceadilv be avoided. A better coun- in order to gratify him, have accepted them. loured water have lately been discovered-
ilnliamn V. Todd, Josiah t ur-cs, Peter I. rc-:ise tresume the subject it some" f, nre professors in the schools df literature -and,i.- ty, and a better climate, than the site of that "We in return,as a reward tothe.saidKiing,give one is at the Governor's residence, and pro-
vi Td, Jm ,turd s, Ga eter. tH period, and then enters upon a very copious once, as divines,, ad a sL oi..at-;;--.i, .. :.,-..uay. xowibe selected; and better sea- a Yen Yeu insignia of honor presented to duces about 65 gallons per day-the other is
Neviu, Abraham Richards, Garret eyer, detail of his ".persecutions"-to which all the rank ? It is thus, only, that this,. ,,, I .., 1 sus, wvi more a;npta-r-ri,- i -: -- -.. n .raie.onre, about G uil.s fro.i time fort towards the green
Saml. S. lowland. remaining pages are devoted.-At page 822 oppressed race, can in faut be raised to the ty of ., .:.-,I ,-;.rI, may be secured for the first two pairs of large lpuI r...__,_-- .- p...i. -. -" .;.- .*J
-o e i0t-c nt .p m pes e w ver properstanding ofmen. suttluneut. I smallpurses ; and we order tie EriM.aiF ,.- -,. --,i--i-hrrrplif: I. ,L-JI'I.-,... .'
knofthe United State.-According to vol. 1. he presents us with a very interesting lt is evidentthatthecondition.ofthe blacks, Shallit be said that the whole plan of colo- to receive these gifts and to return to il.,-r cut ar..d road to it, nd single caskiplaced
,hes Charter of this institution, an election for glance at the services of Major Allen MLean ; who are in possession of thcirtpcrsoonal liberty nizinog the people of color is intended for the kingdom.-Having so enacted, in observance on wheels and drawn'by two mules tandem, is
andrGequalithndispatched every morning fori their datly pet-
u,,enly directors will be held in Philadelphia and promisesat some future leisure moment to in our country, is ot a condition f equa iaid of the southern slav-holders in our cour- of the maxim of Confucius- tance. The other spring supplies the G er
rr Monday, the 5th. of January next. give tottie public a fall account of the extra- with theirncighbour- in pointIof respectatility try ? that they may thereby set free the bur- receivelittle." tance. The other spring supplies the Gover-
SMonda, the 5h. of Jauary ext. to te pulicut or eljoymentl ; and it is muantifst that it can- deusomne and more dangerous portion of their When the Embassadors received these gifts norand the men stationed on green-mountain.
-- ordinary adventures of this gallant warrior.-- not become so, at any supp. sed future period. slaves, for the purpose of more effectually .they became exceeding glad, and evinced They have two small gardens on the peak,
The Grand Oratorio.-We cannot omit to lie has likewise interspersed that part of vol. VWhatever be the industry, the intellector the securing the services of the remaining por- their repentance. one on the north, the otheron the son th side.
,emiind our readers, that the Grand Oratorio 1. which treats of the Revolution. with a few integrity, whatever be the talents and th tion, arind so perpetuate, with safety to them- They have already quitted Tong Chow. We were told that the one with the south-
in St. Paul's church will be performed this e- beautifully extracts f,-or tie Jourual of the 1a. weahh of a ngro, lie isdoomned to inferioruit, selves, the evil of which we complain ? .What Upon their arrival at Canton you, Kian and ern aspect was by far the most flourishing-
in t. Paul's church will be perlieve, this e ea extracts, h of rank in society. He never can enjoy equa- then ? Shall we suffer to escape without im- Tung, will invite them to an entertainment, in here they raise a few cuhliary vegetables-but
evening; and we have reason to believ, that roness Reidesel, who accompanied her hus- and familiar intercourse with the white popu. provement, an opportunity of doing great compliance with good manners, and you will the rats and slugs of which there are vast
it will surpass any exhibition of the kind ever band with two infant children from Germany lation in the civilities or the honors of either good, for fear that a few men should derive make the following speech to them:- numbers, make great havock among them.
witnessed in this country to the wilds ofAnerica, and was present at the privateor public life The people of color personal advantage fronit? Or is it greater Your good fortune has been small-You These animals withsome cats, a few halfstar-
,te.Oarei ti.] ver memorable Convetoon of Saratoga- ar, in fact adiferent casf ofsociety, and evem humanity, to urge to revolt and to massacre arrived at the gates of thleImnperiallouse and ved wild-goats, some crickets, grasshoppers,
o.,muc TD FOR vonTH u corci, ADvE.sR ever memorable Convention of Saratoga.- 'where there is no law, no intention to oppries the slaves of the south, than to afford the sure were unable to lift your eyes to Heaven (the and a small impudent black fly, whose sting is
r. The annual mectin.g cf the Yotunig Vei's- Now, was I sufficiently well acquainted with them, they are prevented by tihe sense of so- means of gradual emancipation ? Emperor.)-The great Emperor reflected that intolerable, are:(with the exception of the
Miionary Society of New-York, was held yeS- theb Gcnerl, I would use anil myeloquence to city, a force superior to the civil law. foi The character of the active Managers of your King sighed after happiness, (China) and turtle, fish and sea-birds) are the only natives
terdavy eronig, is lthe large school-room in lose- induce him to employ the leisure hours of his rising to equal htounur and power. This dire the Colonization Society, is sufficient pledge acted with sincerity. We, therefore, accept- of the Island.
stmc cc present tranquil life :--- or 0 l preclosion, waile it perpetually wounds the to the public of a discreet, administration of ed some presents and gifted your King with The fish are abundant, and of various des-
str.et. present tranquil ife :-- sensibility of ti(e most respectable and the their power: and, should they betray their various precious articles. You must return criptions. Among the most esteemed are the
The room was filled with membarsofthe soci- 1. To resume immediately the thread of his most aspiring, must always prevent steady and trust, there is a remedy in the annual election, thanks to the Emperor for his benefits, and re- cavallo,soldier, yellow snapper, grouper, con,,
cty :It a very i-AVrly hour. Revolutionary mem-oir., where he broke it off general exertion in tle path of improvemeout. TThe wisdom, of the Board of MaIaagers, is turn with speed to your kingdom, that your ger and parrot-fish. On the rocks are myri-
Afi'rreadiig and approving the Analmrl Re- at a II P li vol. I. cC lie present ork, and to Vin ht is- h'it-less will iot be attempted. It ii a pledge that they will not be imposed upon by King may feel a respectful gratitude for these ads of shell fish--they have very good oyster
oAf tielig no pprovt ily with the more ignoble part of the white the! aged and thelame, for colonists ; and their acts of kindness. Take care to embark the and the largest limits we had ever seen. Th
iortof t llOard of Direclto, andadopt!g" votes fis:;b it frtihwith. pI elation that they can ever expect to m- integrity, is a guarantee, that they will not rest of the presents with safety, that they may sandy cores and indents about the island, are
of thauaIs to lthe President l at Boar-d, a moltiLn ,2. To annex a complete tr'nsl-,tion of the gle on an equal l'uoting; aned intimate coninex-' themselves practise imposition on thie pub- not be lost or destroyed," well-known resorts of green turtle, but are
wias brought forward by one of the memri ers of Baroness icidcse'l-s JOrnal to this work, if ionus of thi, degraded stamp are uniforundy of lie. We may trust, moreover, to the in- After this speech, should the Embassadors only visited by them from N member till June
ie society, cordially toaprove a plan, whih, not too ex : i that e, i ,ra eny. Poverty and crime natu- fluence of te steady progress ofsond prii- supplicate you to receive te rest of the pre- when hey deposit their eggs in the sand, and
a ,ppcared i'ron the report, the Di; rectors had i i m ae. r1y rlty associate ivith hopeless degradation, and ples of civil liberty, 'together with thie know- sents, answer in one word, A Decree haspaus- leave their future progeny to be hatched by
ppaitiromth reportitsep rat -vo lfme,.t are thus by tihe very constitution of society ledge of the fact, shouldd this come to be"the sed: We cannot therefore, present trouble- the sun's rays. The garrison taken large
it to erect in the suburb o t city a 3. I wold o hm not to rt his ahnost .. -- tailed upon the African case, that there exists beyond the atlantic a some petitions; and with decision you will rid quantities ofthe old ones in the season for
s,:mi;s MdisioneHomsc, toiacco,,d e. f itosrt hromiseon s thcniie lujectofii orurAiln M',1ean. in despite of his freedom. The calamity comes constantly iuercasing andl flourishing colony yourselvessof them-RESPECT THIS. them, and of the young as they emerge froi
n and withwt pri e the poor of'those .arts ,o r t a d a a -i a hea-v burden by a natural reaction upon of American people of color, as sufllicient, ul- ()-Previously to coming to table, the guest the shell-they gave us several of these, no
of ou-r city, o. the Sabbath a:l1 at other times,. o o u l thi body politic. By -.- .It,,.- .. listloferinli- timately, to render slavery impossible in the i makesa Iprofound inclination of the body, or actual one of which exceeded the size cf a dollar,
., Wortdl tllnti greatl thogh th ey,i.,. I,,ii tjl, I f prostration according to tie rank of the hot. though they f,,:, ..,,!., -,hen ful grown
whii entertaining works that er eries ohertarprm the i nadc ml paupers tlc h l t ,1._- ...., greatly in- southern states, while it fords the means of rostration according to the rank of the hoste.- though they f,, ..,, when full grown
while tthe Missioneies .of the scity are preach- pres', and confer an everla-sati;l oblligatimi ,n cresl tihe annual expinces of this city: audh putting an end to it without rapline iand with- weigh 800 pounds.
S hethe historians rof this country totbu hu latest e,'e Netw-York to contribute for thecoloni- out auarchy. Many already believe, and i Frim the Salem Gazell aboue. Several whales of a large size cose playing
SThe -oion was rnau"unou=ly adopted, o a tei itn of the people of colour a sum ecry such a case, it would be obvious to all, that ISLAND OF ASCENSION' about us the roads, and cae close alo
oantsntonf ofth bersa t t -vmlr, eqnatl t) what- is exp1-mied in bringing the Isouthieisrn slave-holder could, withjbO mo1re ad- O > 1 side the ship; they were so total fearless as
-- r.. ..many cogent r-o-s ho- t i,,,, ,u ,,a,<,r ti ..d ts f.-- evoure s toim pede tlue boats passingo- thate howeva, h i

dlilrs .inaver, ; .,., .-s. ,,..:. iss active lits nust by this time bAe on the of is i-nstii uIion. The trouble uod thiedanm- worked, under the I ,-h..i the whip, by those to ,omof our numerous ships pursuing te same render bathing sery dangers,
e unerstad, tat the aunnal sermon will i-ano ; and should he unfortunately not live of a sso.ialg the whites and the blacks, who have no motive but fear to influence their tr li laro t i ng t theo i
Spreached before thi soety by the Rev. r. ong enough to conpt these vlale works, u th chara of seats in sa: b no doub t that cnsion bearing W. by N. 4 N. distant four a sloop of war which we knew was stationed it
fClclland, on the evenhimg of thelast S abbathin it is greatly to be feared that no other person oimy rme o, ,,- to r y es homseholdr ad mm Terdse can, however, hbe iso dtidttaout leagues. This island sawpp. the hisants pr there fe she was tortoiwnatey absenws, hatin -
is month, in the P yterian Chrh in r- could posiblCy exeente them with equal inte- he vry exist ,erin twl chi distinct claes materials for selected fromrder among the peopusle a mgue. speck-w fond appears on the cha r e netothees;andof Tnrstand'Acuna, toansg.
s iof er(isu, wiethiel r in thesis city dr the iant.ci'. coiw ray heI selected fe ammoing tf e people a mere speck-s-u fond it apparently more gone to theisland of Tristan dAcuna, to tans

..y-st-eet, and a co'lectiontaken up in aL ofthis rest and fidelity, since none but he ho hs is ijuris to t ite s eployer ad ofolor in the several states. ly let tem etesie than St. ele We an down on ort to this island the stores, building te-
rui- sim. cicti scen aridaocil d can be perfectly qualified for thie emnplohyed. Thflu existence of his Afrinani laee tme lomm ofuigratioi, ad the assur- the north side about teo cables' .lengIth from als, &c. furof n that settlernento which t ni re

*,Frim- ,S.beo ricty. is ea raanddsaceed can be perfectly qualified tmor thhe employer I ha exastnme fnts Afa j)e tiA succs aid Ohe sore, which is very bold and steep too, told the colony was about ab.-.ndouing. They
The. ,e t :.,,:., ~n,:u, were elected toma- the task. nuber, bond r free t b ak- a suiient number wil, probably, offer them and at i, A. M. anchored in the roads. however, had about 440gallons in t tan
S covers duringthe ensuing, yr;- That he may enjoy length of days to corn- leed as an il bothmoral adpo svs. Th citis of th southland north- e were immediately boarded by a boat on shore (the saving of daily urpus,)
Jal." D. ItESr, Prett plete all his literary project, is the sincere The remedly.is only in the remn- s' of ihem ere states abound wit active laborers an fro te shore, in whichas Liut arvey, which they generously gave us; andhen w.
f- B. Vanos, !st eire Preslsent. wish of YOLUT FRIEND.' to a distance--in a voluntary ...eemaiL i a : enterpiziag at-iuiifs of lhis raeie. Theri oftheuBritish Navyn-, t n er that besides t n ai the fort
D1tini S. Ly. i tid do. C_ gradual removal, until the number in tur are rculgous anud moral characters tweyl in- rtsad on th e Island, and Mr. Moartyn, purser there were three moles, two asses, fifteen orb

os- \rum s~ Krit.Lou-, Treasurer. CO'onization Sochie.y.-The following Ad- country becomes so smalas to produce o sim- ishructedi a tmomig them. Timey have their n the station. We went o there with them, twenty l oge, six on eight sheep ad goats, be-
.srev. And.clexctionmst h'e .i a Cor. dress of t yhe Je i York nonibetiy wou siosn It is distinctly to be understood, that eonemul- societies; and they have ample capacity for dence on Green Mounta ea, to notify him of it must be evident that they must have been
rm, spo.ding S c-ci.ry. Socitu, we have necessarily, and reluctantly, sio e is .ot t i e exercised. Were such tmiaus further imiinvemect and for selfgovernment. our arrival, and to request a supply of water some time in accumulating so meunh.
-intor i ," C dfred uutil this day It is drawn s- with ube i and u cny fAmerican blacks might be formed, While waiting an anis-e we visited the fort lImt isorthy of remark, that terrific and mis-
The Colouizfeion uotiedy.tihipssile ttyeroIwIhrdpifuipohics teu-tl psovrel-

ui.cus W .u-R;s Amss.s.ant Ctlerk. much abihty, amm will be perusedl with more te aploization mf c tieste dc vai ut tiuct nation, has never perhaps been excelled settlement is on the west side of the road, and speets, is, the officers and men are all attach-
o-rnrsan taac'ros. than ordinary iotcuest :- thiscounmtry ofauy un lending mantr woman by any colony which formed anew settlement contains a small building for the second in ed to it; they enjoy high health, and a fine
s TA-, JmES ,\-.*s-t, ADDLE:-S. under any pretence whatevr-. There is o withium the period which hiistory describes.- commr ndt, constructed of a crumbly, porous flow of spirits; the climate is congenial, the
Th v. L- E. MI LnThe, M lanaer. a point d bv tihe Newv-York alternative, oxcen t to put, in the power of Ihe Va hy then, not use means for making the ex- stone, and covered with canvass : a t e- airdry ad elati., (.- cne c
S. E. IAtxihiary Clorniaumioin Scietv, huvc the lion- descendants of Afrit-a to emigrate volutarly, I periment ? esie a oue for teoaficesanotrortim hi hato from tasme4 and sinid rs ;) ty l-ave
TIm:,rY BArcmcrouns.r our of addressimng tieh' fellow citizens, and of ,vith safety to themselves, and under full If an eflbrt is at all to be made, for removing seamen and marines, a ook-house, a n a finetrade-wind blowing over them constat-
J.-.S KSox, submitting te thei- atttion some of the con- tcctiun. This is the only imaginable remedy. from the midst of us thae people of color, it building, to which M. Harey about re- and sometimes a light flying shower fromia.
Jei,i'a ,i]eraios -lhichl itrd to the formation of this Another enquiry now presents itself.--- surely should be tried on the coast ofAfrica, moving ; in addition to which, they are ereet- passing cloud, but never enough to -'weea
t-io lN13.v instUmiim. \V-hchre should thme Cotlony be established ? The and mut iu auy of the territories in our ow t inng a mess-room and another dwelling-lhouse jacket." Their frequent chase of the wild
oss;- K. Cow-rzUstOxAi 'r, The evil of slavery -is now happily univcr- answer is obvious. lI that vast country which country. A separation so desirable in every allof which do honor to the masons; but the goat, and daily habit of that great promoroter of
WVr.,m TurTti., sally acknowledged; and arguments, in proof is inhabited by people of the same hue, of sin,- point of view, both for their improvement and cement, being mixed with sa water, does not health aud strength, sea-bating,give firmness
J A. L, of the iniquity of the system, oed not be ur- ilar features, and of similar constitution-in our comfort, could not be effected without re- adhere well. The areaon which this littlco- and elasticity to their nerves.
.vac V. D Fool ged imn this community. veiy mian, it his Africa, thne hmid of their Fathers. u et them mnoviug them to a very remote district. Htow- lony has settled is about o300 yatds square, and They gave us several specimens of lava
Iown cae, omld consider involunttrr3 seri- voluntarily and peacefully return, with due ever dist-ant tI district, which would be se- has been cleared of cinders and evelled by foudnear the crater o an extinguished volca-
Ji s R. MANLE.sL, tude as a grievous burien ; anid every pihilhi- protection, and wilh the improvements ofcivi- elected, the rapidly spreading population of our the garrison, since the island was taken pos- no, which we distinctly saw from Cross-hlill
R pus L. Nvr-s, thropist will view it in the same light, in the lizalion and rehlgion, to that country from country would bring them again in contact, session of. It is immediately back of and pro- There are several old craters on the different
J.aviEs Rr ,rTN,-. case of every other uiaoffiding mai. All whl'ich Ihicy w'vet originally and impiously for- witt the white settletmeuts ; te evils for tested by the frt, at which you arrive by a u peaks.
j lslTIhonorable civilians lament the policy or the c tcd bly cruel hands. There, they maoy be li- which we hisd provided, at great labour and ex- easyascent, which is terinated by a bod The road of Ascension is excellent: it is di
W ILLIAMI S uH. necessity which may deprive any member of notable ; there they may be useful; there they peice, this partial remedy, would again recur rugged promontory, about 100feet high, atd rectly on the N. W. or lee side; the auchor-
The Annual Rleport willsoobe pubih;Ied and the community of his natural rights ; and the may long remain to bless the 'Itrovn under with increasing- violence; and, in the mean perpendicular towards the sea. They have 10 age is over a fine sandy bottom, with from 7 ts
ad,1 before the public, principal nations of Clristendom are, at last, which their restoration was il...,.io and to time, the experiment would be .i ,,-- ,,.i.u to guns mounted in the fort, and 5or 6 a tli o 1ttleto 2 and 13 f, !..,m:. Cross-ihU ,.- t .I .r..
h subscription paper is still in the hands of iduced to emply their power for putting al extend to their Etheopiai brethren the bles- our reulican istituions, and idiuainlsafe- the eastward. The garrison consists of ths S. S i oIf fshlorc 3-ths o a m ile.,
1 ami open for time contribution of cr to tie u hallowed tragic in human souls sings with whiih they were thiemslvcs rc-l.or- lty. Such a Colony, with s the tUnited States governor, lieut. governors, an assistant sur- The bay is very easy of access, aim you may
c Pridet, ai open for the contribution of and bodies. The tendency of this extraordi- ed-mthe blessings of revealed religion. This, mut be hept in vussalage, or admitted as a dis- geon, a parser, two midshipmen, a boatswain, always fetch m without tackimng, if yo keep
members who were absent, aud such others as nary age is to universal emancipation, too, the curse of slavery may be ultimately re- tinct aind indeumlpendent member of lthe l'ederal a gunner, a serjeant of marines, anId t sec- the shore well aboard in ru.ningu down, wtmich
feel an interest ir furnuhing to theopoor of this The only artunent, imindeed, in favour of moved from this christian country.; and th Republican family, neither of which would be mon, boys and marines; it is naval estab is- you may do with perfect safety. Ships should
-it a plase where they can assemble and 1:ar holding the African ace in bondage, which Providence of God winHi be justified througli tIhe xpedient or consistent withi sound plonlicyl.- mremat. nt isontotheestwa ioth t, a er
i ae ,.ospel free firo eapeise. can with any plausibility le otlfered, in this agency of his children. Then will it be man- Such a district, woulh, it is also to be feared, We ascended Cross-lull, which is iocey. no annhuc
__ otherwise free and happy country, is the no- ifest that the B.ultr of the.world was wiseaud prove s ihuee of refuge to the fugitive whites ; atcly b-ak ofthie toss-n ; comical oountain tine l.oad, as oseirved frequetly- by tme oli-
r, t .-c.r'--n FoiTut ,mteal Anvstrsn.si.1 cessity of thecase; and theonlyform, ii which just in p-ermitting avarle mand rapine to size aoasylmr for vagabondmsofmever f description; (as viewed from the al)a) precipmitos on it- ecrsoftlegarmison, appearsto bho7, 5tsonti'
[ ILI.hNSON'S MrEM,, OIRS. this plea itself can be presented to the light of upon the eons and daughters of benighted und ,and of course, a nursery of animosities and S. E. side, nd about or 700 yards high, on The longitude is given t 14, 5, west. At 9
o/ O reason and religion, is that, under existimigcir- guilty Africa, and sell them into a land ilu a .i, ;i..ii '. ,,-,- ....pearcae and safety, the top of which is a signal station. A short P. M-I. of the 12th, havitug taken leave ou our
I's-ractl o/ a /et/e from a gentlleman in the cumstances, the slaves themselves arc happier which they received instruction, and from I., a t ,.. ,u I. ,,,..1, :, 1 us the country in way up the mountain and facing the roa, we hospitable entertainers, we gs t under weigh
Wnsmrn piars of .a- iYolrkb, to hisffriendir im their servitude than they could be if set at which they were, at the appointed time, resto- which the experiment should be made. came to a monument erected over the emins and proceeded to sca
Sc, dd v. 7, i7. their liberty. This plea is founded upon the red, in possession of knowledge, ar.li u,..,a,, The boardof managers will cherish thlhope, ofalad lately belonging o aipariation observcl by an ecelent anmp
Eurcpe,,datdu NvJ 1817. supposition, that thosecoloured people who are and true religion, for the reformation of the that, with this undisguiised exposition, of thIe ed the island a few weeks before us: le tude wlile ling ut air-ir, 15, 11, west
OnV my return home from Europe, I found already free are still degraded and wretched, numerous tribes which people the borders of objects of this institution, lying before them, strayed finomn hi partly, al u lost himsltin ne wardy-.
among' their literary labours that had been and that anarchy, will concomitant crimes the Great Desert, and the banks of the mighty their fellow citizens will give ithemn their coun- of the frightfnl i aines bteen the ou n-
sent me in my absence, three large and very and inc-easing misery, would be the certain streams hitherto unexplored, the Niger and teuance and their aid. Signed by order of tains ; he was fourie, aer being s tr e R E D,
respcectable-looking volumes of Memoirs by consequence of general and sudden emanci- the (Congo. the board. ot sustenance, and diced there byfe hiours ship-mater.-s, O uy vnig y the e Mr. Cro ,
r m i l i pation. Such prospects, however remote, ought to .lENIRtY RUTG ERS,Chiayiraman. The stom as paced there by his sip-mnates, On SM r .ayn v Ben,., to tise RAc- Mr. Croes
General James Wilkinson; together with an There is so much of truth in this hypothesis, animate the friends of African Colonization. JOHN B. Bca, c'g. Secretary. withea suitable tlicripto, ti e af mad eo tlsi, by thu Reis. iar. Burke
alas, in qmearto, of maps and diagrams, de- whether urgad by the voice of avarice or the Difficulties, it is true, may occur, and do aa- t he or ,
signed to explain the various military move- voice of humanity, that it would avail nothing dy occur to the most sanguine. But what heus isito ofercntile de. f morning, general pathy prevailed. Wete thislad, found the of t i J bity
,.rrts averted to therein. Having gleaned to meet the argument with either sighs or re- great enterprise has not bad its difficulties to FRom tIhe IraBi SSY TO CHI1Ns scent very fatigruig, sop at h o the al of oup liddthe ie thSluy .en htit -
.monstrance at the violation of human rights, surmountm? Wisidom and persiivera -ce have Il ITISI E-MBASSY TO CItNA. ascent s-ry tatiguig, so that afofo little Stm'u y evelin lst, at Cornwall, 3. C o

f1rm ti'c te'ur of the General's introductory The present is a time rather for action than heretofre ovel, ,.,- iu.pc Jin.. ,t. l .: h ap- Captain Cihrk, f teo brig Seiaca, his favour- i artm y did not rach the summit. the ou- th-it city, tg o Mi,, tCim n'I V.1muc'a., Jdaughter oa
chapter, th.at he proposed to take up the sub- declamation. Let something be done which pared at first n.a muuinti bei. It ,u.. :nyetf- ed us with the following o ranltn of an tusii i chpos hofnmrls, pu-aston ,o tae is:a.pc Vaudut.er, Esq.a of the former paee.
jct e od, to teat us with many ill eventually put an end to this crime and fio ct et i., .b. ,,, peo .. this case as well iii Impermtl Edict, of tIh Eiumpror oe f Cthina, yeio and black dust, ih sg and other volc '-
resting details of the Revolutionary ar; calamity of our common country. Allow the mana) 'u,,t i, Ih.,t eu.instances of the pre- suted the Ith th day oh the mnuii o tl>me 21st nie calcium tions ofw ,ich iWlah n t he whole it E i-
sti detail of the Revolutionary War; ced people of colour, who arc now amongst sent time admonish us to go forward.-The year oif Kia King (6th September, 1816)- andl appears to be formed. Wen on te f top evn ftr a hort t pini
Sconfess I promised myself a rich repastfrom us, the means of becoming respected and hap- African Schools, and the seminaries for.educai adlresed to thle aecog Kyan and the l.oio- of the pena we had a command enog v iew ot he 9Last yrni, after a stone, tir. Cpin '
the well known dexterity of the author's pen, py, and present both to the slaveholder and to tingsmen ofcoor lor-r tl. mh-l of u, LG.-a...l. Yuen Tung of Carnton, raud received the whole veet part of the island ; mnn ab e h- a ,, lhter of the ii.. arimul. tir,'
and lis participation iin may of the most im- the slave hislf a siilar prospect, for those are preparig, iith ,, Itunlc Td. a, upon iheir at of te t emmo, &c. riul ad desolate appernee cant e iain- ( t re .
scenes-eAOil e ndhay sfi'raio 's u, h 'ti-n"lfw-.'t t i h lditS 5'
.i ., he d .s. I entered wmho sit-allheieafte n bcoile fm-ce, pad you tave table colonists. There',ut heu.t-ie. ..t,.-. h ,,',nhe nnluprishi idnbassadoas nipoul tieir am-i- di ; beoisow us mst every side were preseteita d Itols inn-is-o of the tins- ofim uhm i

portat scenes which h ,destroyed effectually the argument from ne- an Manumission Societies, anud the general val st Tim Sing, hvc inot bcrved the hat laws view immense m simasse of cines ai other in the Iathm ya tm iere /
on the perusal of his volumes, therefore, with cessity. Adopta plan. by the steady prosecu- diffusion of the spirit of freedom are all con- of politeness ( in return for tlhe invitation of copont patis o te isls d, t n and se ay mnNing, o li-e rm it
h ni anticipatioas of their intrinsic worth, tiona of which the Africanrace may be elevated ".I otiin; their mantIaeiin e ... in e. -,:r .. ,.i:,I me4 the mperor.n des and tti -' : e ifn- es










,-M. ....,-,...... -pn,-.o'.. but they,, are a prongariuoa cf tloe i ltilansa-.p[ttrat city, felifrom the third soryif;daiaus.e; nnd fof an; erce.ihich have been ';ainon.d f( troops, the lihai'ofw i wlh we're unt for *rvic' I smimdi,',:;. i"''5 .,. ". si,-,,;'d i..,o tueat
WFEDNE,' DAY,-DJECEMBI.'; l.- olh.hr: '.hHidle tl, arers of the l St. Lawr-.uce in Broa.d---'reet, and expir,. 3 about is. Ou oi, bj rrhe 5';.-.al ",J. iu Loth cities. The most A navy of 27 vessels protected the attack and TlhI et lft-ime to mie3y over ; .
trfiirlhoie falling immediately into the All:- p *u art of this rich boo has been taken by our facilitated its operations; but hera thoy (ere Oh tie vision eI hest, as I hog' l the deceit,
Ao'rth-Eastern Boundary of tle Unitd ti the answer bthe neaut t o the description after the accidentoecurred. .. squadron, rich h',oed tae etake, dor'i the me d h t our m ode h ;part ii r with somch en- OAnd 1 hv'd, but to loge thee forever.'
C .- 4 -.- "squ" rvrandrton, n 'ic~ ',om them ,,n ail ofvo senvathe ms iasmthrat thy er proe t vihr e enon of ith ll n- AidI ays bt tho lose hpywthh!e thorever.,tbts
Stisats.-We beg leave to call the i..ent,..,nl of i !uo.Ti .Iv, oflany inghland-: winch can be FireIusta G ia.-O Ine, river and took from tlm "sil of vse3, thusiasm, that they w-cre thrice beatenfriit- B-t, taytthou ae happy witlhhn th ht l.st,
roleo rtersloete h w olu,,,d on tbelinedue north of the St. Croixr ; i ,al to ^o-inj and *Ill the rest i X. vareat slaughter. However, their fort taking ry pace from thy b-om i.'er .er
our readers to fom the Boston Dailyde. t.r. he "ecud rangeot highlaJs ,dp north ofthat. ult. a large two story dwelling house .lbich f -he S'parn.l, .h, fLa Torre escaped in a fire, and hein',lready involved in flames, our" But. ohi! heaveS a igu for hit.r-whenaat re-r
copyfronthe BosoDaiy. r. f Ri ver divides the waters which fall into the St. had ruit, undergone a etraueral repair'lit.zther light corvette, amini. a deluge of shot.--Tp- people saw themselves under the necessity of Bt o ha. i l.t forever-
concluding remarks of the Editor are ,rund j,,,.,, im thoce that fall into the G.-dof S0 ith -, large kitheu and nmokchouse, ard a wards .. l,0s. prli.,r, fell into the hands of breaking through the enemy's line with stones "
ad correct; and the subject fhe ari.-- ie a L, ir',, .- third, tho-e that fall into the the Independentsi. amh..i whom is the bishop,. and in ie best manner they could, il whv-ich And when o'er Iis tombi tl! rank weed*shall wave-
ad correct; and th e ut B.syof L ialeui. from tho.e that fall into the quantity of lumber, were destroyed '..y fire. etclesiatical cabldJ:). officers of high rank, hardy attempt but 60 escaped, some wounded, For flowers shall bloom on it never-
one, in which every irnhabitt oR our c i peu- "iver&. Lawrence. -Is the B.Sy,. of Fn,.y A s t he house had beeu unrjccupti-, for s6ereial and a vast number o' respectable persons of others half consumed, and a ftew unliurt, the h-! try ought to feel an interest--. distitijished it this very article of tlie treaty months, and no flre usd io it during tbai pe- all classes. It IB ....i interesting to knamv, rest having remained on the field. W. Wh'o lw'd buttolose trheI roreer,'
We some time ago, spys the Editor, gave some ac-- ;-on, tb,:- .tlantic tI..- .-.n-I.. Oc... m, nt ;riod, there is no doubt that was tcuteitio- t.at the Spas i.rdd-1, ;,a. lust Cie public opin- In the late contest this has been t.-only
count of an interprettuon e' part of the treaty of b e treaty Is the Bay of(Chaleurs or thie o1 which they formelv .;.,; eid with the in- minisfortuine which has fall upon our lot to en- aT .4 R R I NF .
1783, describing the North Eastiern boundary Bf thi e ,,I f .le t e .r..y,, I ,c Alantic Ocn a!? ally eton fire bi somevile incendiar,;.and habitant'. fhe i.cdep..,l..:. o lthe contra- ure; but this vety misfortune has shed new A Philadelphia, Mr Lawrece Lewis to MissAnn
U n ite d s ta t ,Is, b y w h ic h S to k eri; M r.aW i liamt.aH cteo f c o'un -s
try is caie as bel ogig to rte British erovincesof of Wouvld a "lnanv n aw.g up the s,,plest deed, the cil dauthorely Lave proclaimed, tor the tf hold it m f,,ll qln;oih. franquiliti, or- lustre on the lory already acquired by tie peo- MaraS ker Wilian eh to is
tN B nswcam k and Cata, whiehas been common'b( ..Jil. c I.'uh n .cul.acL'E Irlf th e Ameri- discovery and d.tectcon of te p,-r.c, :'- .I. abunau.e all :,.lo of thiug'-, and pleof ",,,n.-.,at the same time that it has lizS Elia A. ntiHart: Mr.Joiathan Caldwell,aPri-
lw sp dto iIbelong, to tole District of Maine. .The carn- .ill ,,rol.ng tthir hue rul :,rl fron tlie ward five hundred dollars tesafet, V mnall lt tot, ha% u: succeeded to tle covered their oppressors with ignominy. The ter, to Miss Rebecta StortsU: Mr. David ,iarp i
stat ent Was at the tie ueremon tslydenie y sole of[bhe Sail roixs.till the, Goald high- rd offi,1 hd dla of, '-r, ,rU.:--.,: "..-". ,lessio.s are the enemy have lost 10 loss th.n 600 men ; and Mic Eliiza art c y t
lolemyW tO piteItdo- tooktchar, Esq.ttoh n it-t" "
somebody i pretended to know all a ou. t le n ,d id ngh Iie ,ltis(.ls tc Ifal ltIto Ell .. .t ,, ti. ,,-About. o'clock r. .'o .,pjct of the capture of their leader, undeceived in his plan of de- BEhr E to is- wit a obScott,
ter, and ittwas added that ai-qstoA&I ha .ershtn'g Pell.
ter, ain it was added, that no eainrs whatever n-. ad nrum th. e tf.rat tll ioo the fSt. i 1 t r5 A'-_ ,a, ',-. ,lI.h .., .. -s for ever the liberty t i strcyig what the Master of tle universe has Robert Mu nro, Esq. to Miss Catharme H. Cawrord
been made, by the British aeuti belxre ti conmis- La.,- oa, 'oEI mU cru.o-setihat. river, rid pro. terdav, we under-tand, a fire bruse -Aui, in : a ,1 ,,; .: ..... ..'.:... ; i created, embarked preipitately, thereby pre- -At Norfroik, caplin Henry H Bell, of the schooner
ion phadintbeen explored. Vene-r asserted that ceei to tie sources ut the waters which empty house in the Bowry, near the corner l II.,:-.- in the pro r,,- ,..f Caracas the i.npen- I venting the poor remnnant of his powerful ar- Decatur,LoI Miss Mav Peed--lat, .,.,r- Ihrmr
anysuch cimlhad heeu made. %e know nothing intu rhc.-i,lor.t O..-.n soumewhere near the ter Street, which greatly injured that and the dentsare progressing, being already as far as my from findiig grave i the illustrious isl- ofGen' Jam,, sO'H.ara--inSalem. Dr. Daniel OLiv, r,
of tle proceedings of thle commissioners, utrder that entrant of Davi'- Strait.! Ad on the whole the townof Orituco. General Zarza, at the and o-f Margarita, which he has so often in- t'.)-iss MVa:.y U. -Il,-:.-, I'roviden.ce, Franktin
article of the treaty of Ghent, whih relates.to thw line dU north of the St. CSOatx, th d v are the atwo joining houses, before it wasextigis- head of 2000 nen; occupies Cabruta, and ex- tended to raze, and which posterity will hail Greaef, E,q to Mi .--..... t I. Bowes.
part of th boundary, nor do we expstated t ato know firstilat hiaiYoanIwor thi part of" the de- ed. tends thle movements of his: army as far as !,l with the appellation of modern Sparta. -
any uing,. for some years tocoM,. e ed tn Rastro on the one sideC, and oun tLe other San It is not improper to add, lhat the Spaniards E.D,
ol. ouchetrvtyor Geral to tile Briti h om- script le in. "th z a-'ro. :t ,erprI-- n The Clothiers Works, belonging to Mr. ebastian. av destroyed revry thion within their reach estea moi, the 4h year ofher age, 8o-
ai,.sioners had advanced such a pretensioll illhis silen- 1" But. lem ing t: noatrrowest iriterpreta,10. oatnl a e 1.to e v r hn w ti h i e ci; Y stra onni h 511ya fhrae o
did wolk upon Canada, and from it inferred that of the vorc sof the Treaty, ifwe cone toi tie Dormoan,ofTolland, Massachusetts, with all .Extrari ietersrfrom the lst to '29h: SteI/ houses, p.lanttions, trees, all were converted "' wdy, oJon M n Wnervife of
such a claim might be set up on the part of the Bri. intention of its framers,.we find, as they- state the machinery and stock on hand, were de- General Zaora.za, with 2000 horses, is on the. to aies ; and even those unfortunate inhabi- Ch.irles Weed, after 'a short illness, whicihtshe bore
tish govermnt. it th s s, they were careful to avoid dis- olier side of the way to Orithno. General tants who constantly followed their banners, with chlristian fortitude and rcination.
The subjtc'it now brought forwa forward in the Quebue thc eby bourerne the il stroyed by fireon the 2d inst. The lost sus- Bermudez, with 2000 inr.anlvy, 100 dragoon,, andd those who veriLt ovei to thoen during the On Tuesdly Monino lihe 9tl. inst. MV5. SRAn
(3- I"ette-Th d eill their foilnWviog'.r~n htrti-e," fr rproba ly, ,n hby Colonel nb e p ntcstt e s hes,; d ey chusethefor e e a boundaries t -vodhthhedi h t ey d y i eontei nt. hel s s s crte ih 0 0of'n cg 1 0 a 'n ,-d th s hoW n n e"to t em d rng t eOu d. ,,~g r e .qh i st r. a a
.. ..tlefoi. hiand between the territories occupied by the tainted by Mr. Dormon and his customers is and 4 iicld pieces, sets out to-morrow (eid) to invasion have been the victims of their feroci- Puacic, wie ot.. A I William learre.- .
The newspapers have lately announced different parties, degrees oflatitude, the chan- estimated at $W.000. incorporate his forces with lhoscof. the olbrmner ty. L, I efrars-for'Madison V MrS, rancisa ,Irll ....v..<-
tile arrival i tis c of Col. Bucce, Su nels ofknown rivers and lakes. The nearest -- and occupy Cala bo and.San Carlos, where NEw-ORLEANS, NOV. 8. A. LHanmover, N J. AlaxtuadTe.r Darcy, ?2- '., Il,,I ,.
-te arGnevalin thio itish Comu isioners highlaland due north of the St. Crox is the Conimmunicatedfor theComnercal JAde'rtier. they must be joined by gcrneral Paez, with From lexico.--A genLL.mn .vwholkft Vt ra dtiphia, Mr. Peter Collins, a native oIf hr.land l Mr.
veyor General to the Brtisi -ommisioners dA >,. B>liorsras. GUnrarlMona-as i4 lradl to Cruz about tile inmdit of October, and whoose fClward Evaos,8; Mrs. flizalbeli Ecilelli, 6; Mr.
for establishing the boundary line between heighthofland between the British and A- The first Anniversary Meeting of TheNew- op-oss._othr elona.l,,,r,., eado opporru nities of procuring authentic intelli- MEtchwl aler S; Mrs:Marg1aren ih.h,,n-AtBal-
rl n posesionsill hatq~arer; he ame : ,. take p(;ss e.,,iou till.Barcelona wiih his, brigade opportunities of procuring authentic i mtellh- N Mit he i wl alters ; Mis M inrar eit~a Ainvha n-At Bat-
the United States and the British Provinces merican possessons in that qllarter e same 1"-,t... ,-.,-,....1r :,,m. r S",, ofl, and 300 inluty. The remaining bol, o6the gnce creative to the sat of the country were ,rlevya P n-- te or, rsC Ia i
,of N"w-.r.swic. and Lower Canada". T ""hi ".' _.e- cru,.3'',' .ilii'I,"'he L...I.c..'i- MJen, was held at the City-Hotel, on Motday army commanded by the general in chief ;- peculiarly favorable, informs us that Ithe news Res,.Jhu coiby, a !a;,:;t nla r rom tinstate olf
.ts, .st3Iate ril omne ytr girli he S; euiryfvrblilam sta
el"i.I.Q-i *'e,"%gatU''i. n d lwscuperiver. The intention was, no doubt, to evening last. m iond Bolivar, is preparing to inarchinmmedi- lately pubhlished by the Spanish authorities re Verffinti.-in Vi gi na, Gen. Helry I biing,76, an ,ld
Aierican party, in prolonging a line due give to each party throughout that part of the The spacious Assembly Room of that btild- altel : the squadron and 2000 warriors -ill be specting the internal concerns of Mexico is -olnir i,* .dnt.ofi'r- ,N.C e nrf t-"r Ia...u.,. .M l .ne(ra-
north from the boundary, established under boundary, the headsof the waters emptying to protect ls prove. By next Dc. gretlyexaggerated, if nt ry unfounded T,... ..., ,lnio;Ir JaesWarb
the authority of a former Commission, at the their respective territories. Every other ar- ing was early filled by a respectable assen- the tri-colored flag will be seen w.vg triun- It was believed in the best informed circles at I. ",- l, I .,..,I- ,4 \. Dr. Alpheus P'aidleford-ln
source ofi the Mfaint Croix. T'his lint, passing ranagemcnt would have been contrary to the biage of Ladies and Gentlemen; and the pVo- ,antly in. Caracas, and every single spot oc- Vera Cruz,that MrINA,so far from having been '! .... I Willini (1idA ; Mrs. Louisa
about three miles above the Great 'alls of ithe state of possession at the time, and unnecessa- coedings of the evening were opened wth Icupied by the Royalists shall he liberated hby destroyed, was making a rapid and irresistable A"l",soy ; -. slrga n-yt Da ison-in V .giia
St. John, was prolonged, we understand, to a rily have givcu rise to future dillicultics." reading the 35th chapter of Isaiah, b te e Liberating Army. progress into the mos walthy and populous M a ristan- uaer th rofa
branch of the RiistigouIche Hiver, telling in- BnABRs. Copy of the Proclanation of Gen. Bolivar. partof tie vice-royalty. fe had defeated and oi)of.Mr.ChrisuaFaber;Ni l Mr.-War Gordon, Av, a
to the flay of Chaleurs, aud here suspended, This is the whole of tlhe argument which has yet ap- President, and Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Ball- SimondIe Bolivar, general in chief of the Ar- cut to pieces in three separate affairs, three ,.tive'of Scotlaid--ll Savannahl, Mr. Lar.vion logra-
for the present; although the Americans wish- peared ; and it deserves hut a few remarks. Itis said Will. one of the Missionaries of the Sociey my destined to liberal Venezuela. different regiments of the-royal annrmy who had h.un, 3, a natie of WIrrien, It. i ; Mr. Na, in ler-
a toc niu itt teso re oftl waes that in speaking ofihighlands in relation to a river, : L, ".' Sey, 26t, a tiative ot" a,NAS,aleml'S,.tLst; Mi.-., Eliz-a(,. Bol-
ed to COUinue it to the sources of the waters he nearest highlads are universally nderstood.," stationed in this city. 'o the mbhbian.ts ofthc Val. del Tuy : attacked himn. Persons at Vera Cruz, who ,; Mr illia Hatfiel, a iive of Yorkshire
which fall into Saint L awrence. II C ara qu i.u ii n[s T he pir,,ciow" 13ol eflit is ar- dared to converse oi tire subject, a md whose En Ig. arid Atirz. kla~filld, Ili, wife ;-(Capt. Adrian IN iel,
which fall intoain Lawrece accuracy of this as a general position admits of. After reading the Annual Report of the I,- Crid awMna nas d,.recd u b yh 'etl is ar- dared to coat verise on therr subject oul- whose tg and MrU. 8 ld, r if ri (rpi. Adnca NKul
The operations pon which Col. Bouchectte question. But if such had been the uderstaudig in r ved, wo decreed by Mven lr the information was derived from au tC sour- ol te ors ol artill- i coc county
was cnmployed, arei merely for the information this case, how is aline to be "drawn due north from rectors-on motion of the Rev. Mr. Whl- total expulsion of the Spanriish govcrnennt in ces, declared that his motions and dispusitions C"y, B4-a itsug M Ja of the coriiiissioners, who will determine on the source of St. Croix river to the highlands," since ley, seconded by the Hon. Theodore Dwighi Venezuela., .All W those who formerly devour- were admirably judicious, and that his troops Mnbil, Mr. Ryder, -ate fA'lr the sahn; lzr.hela o
tire final report ofthe surveyors, what ought an tisinterpretation, thiesouince of the St. Creii it- the Report was unanimously accepted. C ed the bosom of their conntry have been con- evinced an invincible courage as wel! as the Bostoo ; Capt. NathaniMl Swaley, of 'New \Vi-m
to be the boundary, conformably to the so- h" i etiheei t tghlands in-I Moon of Mr. ei s s e verLed into faithful defenders of the adorable eXactest-discipline. IN.. Y.l master of olihechrd -hha ni ed(.Boonalont a.IsO, .Is
Str h A a re a on part ofdtiTle descrition that the highlands il- On Motion of Mr. Z. Lewis, seconded h oby v -rrs, p i,- islodk cook os J l sai, v -s.in.i.id,, ct,.. '.',
cond article of the treatyy of Peace, of 1703. leaed as constituting Lthe boundary, are highlands in p m other. The Amuricairs have acknowvlodi~ed The valor of his French office r, p",-u.;;-.la r- N:vits~j JilAI. ,. ..(-d-I,-- I I -, It .1.
t" In tie iean time, we think it our duty to which arethesourcesiofwaters other tihanthest.Croix, T. Fessenden, Esq. five hundred copies were their duty, their interest and i. .- .I.. ---i,,,y !y3', was spoken of in terms of the highest praise. Esq.; 17th I ,l I... ,.. 1-.." n,. L.. ,
call the attention of the public to a subject of more remote from tihe Ocean, and farthest north, ordered to be printed,. have dropped I Ie murderers' knives to seize 1Ie had passed through the cities of Leon anti Arnold, E&q. and on the 29ilh ult. tliti', Arnold, E q
so much interest to the' British.Empire, and to But if this were a doubtful construction of the words The thanks of the Society were votfid to thenobler arms of liberty. The Spaniards San Luis de Potosi, and was within an hundred ;--l, 'rovu-nce. Mr..Moies 1Oh},'3l; Mrs. Abi)y
.. tu ar-ie rinSyi rm v- biie d iioahI.. "'111, 49 ; : ,[rl. 'Nlorts Bcoi ;, 5-- la (Coventry,
thilese provinces in particular .descthu far, the lauserbinity hrdivide bY the riversthat the Officers and Manages, for their services are now alone engaged in the sruggle against miles of the capital. From the rapidity of his ".i lr, a
it is only necessary to look intoan Ameri- en y te aagrs tor r t e mAme rica, and they will soon disappear from progress, and his taking iuintcrrupted posses- Emith, third oflier of the ship O'Cail.
,. [t s only necessary tolook intoan Ameri- ~~~~~emply themselves into the river St. bawrance from during the past year--moved by Mr, Jarnes ih fbtlsu fto uhi ern ot sLo n
can Map. or to converse with an American on those which fall into the .Itlantic Ocean." Now it is g pt year-moved by Mr. James the field of battle. sion of two such irnortit posts as Leon and -
the subject, to know that they extend their admitted by the writer above, thatthe hiahlanids near- Eastburn, seconded by the Rev. Mr. Tucker, Ca-aquienians! The arms of the Republic San Luis de Potosi, one of two inferences is A List of Deaths in the Newv-York Hoslrital
Tpretentions to a boundary cutting off frorn the est the St. Croix, do not divide the Atlantic rivers from Connecticut. have triu,ophed on all sides ; from the tedious inevitable: either his army is so formidable as fromn the 1st dal y f Sivjtembir to the 30,!
British poss-ssions all the waters of the St. front thoseof the St. Lawrience. and it is contended .plains ofCasanare to tilhe inouthofthe wailthyv to look down all opposition; or tire people of N'ov. 1817inclusive:-
Joh's River above thie Great Falls, and run- t notrs thasr. l eethe d pid Hei sayst the After resolutions, soliciting from the gentle- Oronoco we have been constantly fo)!Ii',ed by the country are extremely' well disposed to John Lott, born in Germanv, aged 75 years.
oins up,ve ith wa few leaaguesoftheSt Law- ved r wae hilln to thSt Jefrd men who addressed thle meeting, copies of victory ; twenty lorious actions have insured favorhis views. dio "m ies
dg p v ti afwlaue fte t a-vide~s tiltwaitens nhirh fall into the St. John fromr '" died ofdliarlicea--Tionas Eissai, L. lslaud,
rence, from Malane to the sources of the Ei- those that fall into the Guiph ofSt..Lawrence." This their impressive and eloquent addresses for the fateof Venezueia. Aconvoy of $5,000,000 from Mexico hald -,3, hmoptysis-Jolhn Williams. Wales, 60
~~~~~~~~~Alltile famous chief'swhon'I Sp.'.irt lh",s sent becn (fleo t Verva Cruz se% cral days when ou"it ro-teta.-rac nghlead
ver du Sud, near Quebec." rangeof hiheblands nevertheles,, we maintain, substan- the press-and presenting the thanks of the out on juryof tire head-,o-Jamesi eiiiabht, Ireland,
Thewl,,viterthel>,qu,,ethei2d article of the trea-. tially answer thedescription in the treaty. The out to doinineer over ul, have ben bOae by informant sailed from the latter place; appre- r48,t rnt oh-ealyh sw teid.N yry T
tv of 173,the following passes of which only have waters which fall into the t. John, are the very wa Society to Mr. C. Jennings, for the gratuitous our troops, except lo, who shns ble tensions wee entertined that it had faen sals i C eston
au bAITr U,, t pielt bjec t hat the described in that instrument, as falling into the use of the Assembly Room for the occasion, as devoutly asv we sek them. into the hands of th, insurgents. Part of the Meg eland, 40, doJoo
It i, tic 1r03yagrueed anti declared that file Atlantic Ocean. It is true, the mouthrof the st. John Fietusu e rtce hsrc ,rv ot ewe h w Ie l, crtIn i 52, do--John 2 egahy, heanIt0 o-J
filowing -are and shall be their boundaries is on the bay of Fundy ; so also is that of the St. the following Officers and Managers were e thousand mn proc i c prov- route be en he to ciie was certainly onard, Connecticut, 2, caries--Pete
Iz: r therkwst angleofba Sco- Croix; but both rivers discharge their waters so near elected for the ensuing ar: since. Geiieral lano. at i he lad of 000 their possession, and bandof r frequently tensield, Rotterdam,40, phthisis .pulmon-
iz: tha n,, l -,(c i s ote W a"* alin the ocean, that im distinction from those which fall "t h C -r- men, is contending for the rescue of Cuminana. appeared within view of thie walls of Ventra alis;hristian Peterson, Massachusetts 39
i. w: hwan wch ormed by.z ne intothe great river St. Lawrence. thy are fairl de- Mr. HORACE W. BuyLLEY, President. One thousand bre MatttriIia;,.s, comlnanld- Cruz. do-Martla Reynolds, Corinceticut, 20, ah
dravn zire l/ori.frcf m the source of St. Croix nominated Atlantic rivers. The ,,aters of tie Gullh Mr. ErLFAz *LoaD-iFirt Vice-I--resident. ,Ied by .- ,,, IIIl:,M16s, a r -Wailiog"fur t! Span- ..
River to ihe /dgh hinds ; aloI t e said hilgh of StL Lawrence may also be considered ofthis decrp .Mr E AZE oD, Presin. -' t scess-BenCijamniu Scott, IV. rylatd, 29, hydro.
lands, which divide those .ers that emily tion, drawn when the geography of that country was Mr. P. L. MILLS, Second "ice-President. iards. .t: 1 ... .. The iutrepi'Ien('ral o- C HARLESTON, eo ....-.--- ijiu Anderson, 25 )a -moptitP
whihteoofe caras, wvitl hs ,Ji_,-,,hharass them oi.rall Rewa-reof Con,,w,',. -,th viote. he- r p a e
themseoiesinto the river St. Lawrence solittle known, at the same ffitl thoseofthe river st. Mr. OL1 O VR utILcox,O / Third do. Pu ,,.-f 1ar. ,orbo*s ri reon- Public are advedt e o e i r trd in re- jul.r o i.. a--o"..,G,-ii,1.
f/c~ltl h ie S a~aei-olinLawrence. f1,1C I-.dvls)rgd,,cr-0U1 terga iy
those which fall into he .dantic Ocean to the This loi'truction, which !. ,.... I ..- ...-.- ; r- 1. ,r r r 1p Ir -- .- "**. ,. ... ........,,-....- .-. ......, ... ... ,uy .,as out of this City.- Island, 4, dropsy-Mary onda, Vir" n
.o^ .^ /',, T -^^^ :^ lH;':' G^y.1 I --T 1 '^ 1"" 1' ; --pad f0fmnrubhutlhEieA trign callin- himself Gcse^le purchased -.d,',dr^opsyMar C;d ^ "Vrgii^)
.orti -.w e ,r -st ho .?. ,-, '. "l. '". .6 we n ,a, ottiei, construction is Kull of Ji,if .. ..- .. H -.,, 1 -.. ,.,- RI. G a n ER? aPRI a, COP e ,' dec'y ; uf- ,wards OF200 ,nen, r atherpuopl the A an Callin g him selfe nslgl fied, puohr A sed L5ip d s Jntery WJohll cJohnson, ld 2 3et ek" 52
Toie'r Ia. 'roi,,aron o M moul.m p pe, wod Mr. Bonchetrutie north,.rlne t line of Mr. STEuE.N LocKwoRecordingSecy. li s, liberaln. e p ople al m oa ednesday eveninK last, of Mr. A. Lip- dropsv- Jo Wallace, Ireland, 23, plths
e 'lBay of Fundy to s source, andfrom itstervieofNe- ick flowwille its ate province of ew-Bru.wic w will orce he i n. smision. The a ,ny generall man, in ing .street, jewelry to the amount of pulmo-lJamees White, Ireland, 32 le
source directly north to Uthaforesaidhiglands, line directly north flo1n the source of the St. Croix to JhIanagers. aez, on which the reverses of .alzaa, ILa 400 dollars, aia paid him in counterfeit notes., y-William- Daniel Connecticut 2Jsey
^ isA %S^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ Bev..tePeryM. Si'^il l iain^ Daniel onetcut,,3, ty-
ic diretlynothe toi dhigohelandsthe highlands he describes, when the source of that Rev. M. L R. Pertine, Mr. Georgr M. Tracyy 'Porre, Lopez, (orrin, ,ars, ,eyz, Guln- Mr. L. havingoe suspi--ion that they were phus fever--William Ne,'cob, aysach.
licS fodivide theriversthifaltibo the Allo-r river is i thote very highl.ds, arid probably the Rev. P. M. Whelpley, Mr. Alfried Deforest, gorra aad many others, r0Itl( so ch glory, not genuine, sted out to al:e enquiry and osAM,
iic Geefinf 'otn. those which f~ llintol ithe R iver nearest waters of the St. John rise in a south westerly M r, Petatiah Petr1,,tMr. Abkcah ffishcran d 'o-- 2% d-.,Fhu omatzsNW- alk e ,, V irgdo--F a, c25
awrence." direction from that source f Mr. Pelatiah Perrit, Mr. Abijah Fish is4000 strong, ad ,Lili dlhollaimneso in- to ascertain if they were s? or not; on b,.i;-g ses, to, s WaYork, 16 do-!rni,
~ ~~~~~surreclion throughout a great part -of ilew satisfied that tljy- were, Collltcrfleits, lw, r,:- I'L~,d 3,ptii uhoai ai
-The parts of this article which refer to The writer oft t|e above article, asks, is the bay Mr GogeNixon, Dr. JamesC Bl iss, surgeon throughout a great part o w satied that y we. cont. rfeis, he rI- B e. evis,do 7, plthisispulnonalis-David
Itebouudaries in question, are those which ofFunldy" the At!ltlicsOcw ,ow a lnitby tie trea- M.r sFiman. oiiyde, Mr Haeimau).Averill Gaaadatir','aqnaedo but Patfihtetiln.. y or.pa. hwi/(../er, na dii ooker, do ,-do'C--C-irlcs Tr1icks L insl'lt
we lave printed in italics. if they justify tire firativ--it is an io sira le ofthe A Mr. S. P. Brittain, Mi. James R. Madtbie,-n ad l ,,'s ne h o ed iled hi a, typhus ever--D u li Ta oa,
sucha pretension, we must be pi'epared to Atlantic, ad llie ,,nellth of the St. Jr)ohn is not more Mr. George P. Shipman. appear in the riddle of ycur capital with the sel by the above nam. He reor'd the ro- av sland, 1fe phtts IsltlSeretary
subnt to ity ; is a nuter of ca entioa th 50ies dtatfroth a loa.--t should It is with much pleasure e learn, that in- most formidable army th at ever was so in party, and demanded a retr of the Bs, U ESecretary.
madeby adequate author ties, arid each p.lrty Ile observed, that this passage occur, it) a generalills .I. (!d1)1, cr* ~Jarw o l-Bls," -6 th day, 112 me. (D.) Is 1 7."
is bound to adhel to it, without regarding the c''tion to embrace a ;a)e num!)ber of rivers, and if dividual members of this Society, in conijunc- Venezuela. The forcs of aiolo are redu- which was refused, but he did ot think pro-
: t e b i y o f u n tl I l a b e n n a l i e d i r l IC o ld t o a -, m e r e s k e l e t o n ; t i re p a i l r v r e i ull b r -c e lp e r t o a t t e nm p t t o e n fi )r c e h i s d e m a n d M l r .
co;seu.es. But if ttese pretensions ar the ibIy ofney had beeu n d i would have tlion with the Female Missionary Society of ceI to m 0er skelely" tbe pa "lro pa nce- perS to attempt to enforce is d and. Mr EPORT O DETS
o i b lett pr been equally proper to nae Pa.n!qoddy and niet o 1000 men laly brouh irn Spain Lipman then went and made oath to the above
n.t y letter or intention of tile ad P-Ibscol Bays and Log sland ou.whe New-York, aided by other individuals, have, by Cupini, is not sufficient to take the sole facts before John FI. M.itchell, Esq. justice of the city of New-YYork, for theweek endi,._
e te te spreared tihe by o ly is. "distin fished in this very ati- at an expense of nearly three thousand dol- prt of Pampatar in the immortal. Margarita. the quorum, who, with his usual promptitude, on Saturday, Dc.6, 3317.
resist then, as we would resist dishonour and pul, se of' die tratyFrntithea.pAr0ticula- int. Bsidp tes.'of, reteda "seforWoshp n'Bnc- .
subjugaton. pose of designating a articularpoi. Beide l ars erected a House for Worship in Banck- Caraquenians corn tho powers of the pau- went in search of him that night, but ha had DISEASES. ATS.
The boundary at the source oftheSt. the watersoftheSt. John flowi through the bayof er-street, where the Gospel of Jesus CHRIST iards; while we are uted they must be con- fled, not ,.* .i-1. proper to wait and start fbr : : : : i '1 .. : : ; I
C fied eth tFud ito .he Aatic, and in is sense the des- irere Columbia the next morning, as he had propo-c : : : B Wome .
; ectly ^ or nt, it is -^ is nott prached by their Missionaries, to. te Ie .^urtr, Guayana July 1, 1 7.-7. CirrowirS:tS o : :' ; 8 :y., : 1i!
Setrt, ton is sufficiently exact, to distinguish the'watersr -- t ead-uarters. Guayana, July 1, 1817.I7. sed. It being evident, from all the circum- 'onvZls7I:S : : : 5 Girls" : ; : 1:
ehclj flwoinStcathis"(udw-Brhe u sc). h o n t i ts ays. imb*diatey up poor of that part of the city. .SIJMON DE BOLIVAR. stances, that this man passed the bilts know- rop in the chest i....
westan leof)V-,'WLScoiti',"*('ew-Br~unswvick), oil tile Atlantic, Firom lthe waters which flow, b x by __,ct;ftitll,?--;ia aeih nteitbc~iie-otiisob e-t rrpi lk ed.2'oi.I1
is thie poiut fro v which the boundary line be- whatever channel, into tile St Lawrence. F Eir77 Tue f 9 Er. o leat;" rom Nargaria, dated the ing them to be counterfeit, it is to be regret- .rorp in the head : 2 Tota. .
tWiee ;ILotwr-Ca(iads and the United States irielo, -uesday, Dec. 9,1 I ,.of October. ted he had not been carried at once before a F'ever t..tus : : : 4 of wil,.., wfax,
was ntenIed to roceel; but Lte oerth-west ook, P. fl With respect to the late political occurren- Magistrate, and committed for trial. 't, ifanile. t I : e1Of &under 1 year i
angle of Nova-'cotia .as not known at the Governor of North Carolina.-Col. JOHN- essrs. Lewis 4-Hall, ces in this island, I will only say, that it is The following is a description of the coun- ; ... : : Between I and 2
tinge ,of m va-nSg the T.-as y. 1 a depended oA BRAKr, of Halifax, and Speaker of the Sen- Bak da 2 o l ra er .en scarcely possible e to conceive the bravery, terfeit Bills, which are all of the denomination bowels : 2 5 !
tiine of makiing rthe 'lh :.ly. It depenided ou B RA IN CF, of Ifalifax, arid Speaher of tile Sen- Black Rock H-arbor, the -,tip Mirror, Capt. Bel- whc w L, hesco dti e-dsla e.0 e
thc 1CEC~f-;na; hth as!'r il sxod im.,diplye i r-of Twenty Dolla~rs, and appear nezo,';Ind not to lij-ht7710ion 0 t*ces 19- {
rthe d.fter.inatG.-. of the boundary between ate, has been chosen Governor of i,., -t.fe. of den, 56 days from Nantz, (via Newport) with pe)ich "as ortlesfcond twna'a d isplayed in re- of Twenty Dollars, and appear ne, and not to lamatin f the hest 2 ---- 0 --20
Canada ani Acadia, (Nova-scotia) Which was Norh Carolina, for tie ensuing year. The e dry-goods, wine, burr stones, & c. to, L: & G. kur tutious ealy ery priat ,, cruari-J Benntt p sf e : :- -
in dis;iute i hoe Canada was conquered by Griswold. Five passengers.10. Our-situation was really very desperate, 11 ,ank Yof JVark."-J Bennett, presi- temperance : : : I -- -3 0
Grc.i 1ritain.* The framers of t'ie Treaty former governor having declined a re-elec- The Mirror has a Snd pilot o or d as we could not look for ,any assistance from dent; aud W. Atkinson, cashier-payable to '',1. ; I 40-0
G1t1`;,1-d fre i, aiiThe ?Alirror has a 8Round pilot on board. auida Icudntlokfra sisnetmdn' n tkno, s~e, pvbet hams 0-
acce:din;g.y determinedit, by declaring that it tion, the Candidates were Col. Branch and will embrace the first wiud for New.-York.' our brethren .on the Main, who were them- G. Wright, S. Ward, F. Smith, and E. Potts ,-... : : : : I O 60
should be that angle which is formed by a Judge Cameron. The former received 119 selves surrounded by dangers of every de- Dated in January, February, and April, 1816. 70-8
shul -sevs urondd ydagesofevr te-D',., '-.'1.. : : :... I 70-,- 80
line draw-vn due north from the source of the vte ndlifr Translated for the Conmrircial JAdvet.iser. scription. '1 Eikton Bankc of Maryland."-James Se- Uni:nn : .: : I --0I- 8 0-no
St. Cr'ix River to the highlands. In speak- In the Curracoa Currentofhe hofN- Undersuchcircultanccs, onlythe inimita. wall, president ; and i. Baxter, cashier- 90 100
ing of higihlainds, in relation to a river, the vembcr last, the Royal. Amnesty, granted by ble heroism of this people could have under- payable to IV. Bates, B. Wright, F. Bird, .L ota 39
nearest highlands are universally understood. The Legislature of Aorth Carolina has pas- It. C. M. F"ennKA'n VIith, o sigalize by taken to withstand the colossal foIrces of the Ross, S. IHamnoton, R. Allen, S. Kerr, and C. Total, '2
Froin a point on these highlands, tihen, the sed a law raising the annual salary of the gov- this act of his clemency his own niarriage, as enemy-only a people of heroes conidhave be- Hunter.-Dated in March 1814, and April Cty Inspecr's Ofce
northern boundary of the United States is to ernor of that state from sixteen kudred to well as that of the Infant Don Carlos, his illus.. held with disdain an infinite numbIr of bar- 115. D ec 3, 1317.
commence; and is to continue "along the t rious brother, has been officially announced, ricrs opposing.their desigu of a brave resist- In filling up thie bills, there is great simili- GEO. CUMING, City inpector.
said highlands which (in their.prolongation) two thousand dollars. and communicated to the government of that ance. tude of hand writing, particularly in the num-
divide those rivers that empty themselves into /. island, by that of Caracas, It extends to all By one of the mnany conting'oncies, which boring. They may be seen at any time, i the lRIIED LfAST EVEI-G
the River, S. Lawrence, from those which fall Governor f rginia.-On te 4th inst. delinquents, few particular cases excepted ; ,eqently occur m wa-, thecoinmandc of-t. hands of Joh Mitcel, sq i enes Wrin 0 da from -nco
into the-Ae llanltic Ocean, to the north western- HisExcellency JaMES P. PESTOKt was re- and according to the d,<'!ionr >!s made by the u s wa nabl to provt Morillo o f hr,. .
>nst head of Connecticut i.nve;.. ,o words, elected by joint ballot of the Senate and House High Court of Justice of Caracas, it corn- from lhoding on the .shores of the fierales with W.frarning to Drw'.cards.-Died at Canaan Art. Br ship Cyrus, ( it seems to us, could iith greater certainty of DeleRates, Governor of Viraia wilout prehend, all pecrsons concerned in the revolu- 3500 men, of the ell icst troops of theline in September, Mr. Mills ,v .., aged 4y, in Dec. ..-Arived,. ,e,,ch sip La Vide de R;,nc.
have pointed out the coniinenceme nt of the Governor of irginia without tions that have taken place in Spanish Ameri- Notwithstanding somc advantages obtained by one of the most violent his of intoxication. Le Pout, Havre de Grace, .50 days, wilh ptl;,.t.r ,nei
northern boundary line, than thoseused by the opposition. ca, up to the date of its publication.- him, we were forced to come to an engag'e-. i Several years he had been in the habit of in- chil.dize, Acr; ship (*rs, Webber, iDomeon, 8 days
framers of the Treaty, taking- these words in The said persons i. ... ii,, themselves within mentr which was bolt "ad bloody, and after temperance, which gradually increased upun ,.ufius, D ,,i.aiio, Nvw-Vork, 1., days D Dutch iha:iu
the usual acceptation. Asto the part of the RBicat:.. E. PA, K, Esq has been chosen six months, at the principal ports of that prov- four hours of a well directed and mninterrupt- him. A short time before his awful departure, ,e, 'to e's, 'i,^t'. with bric1
eastern boundary, described in the last part of by the Legislature of Virginia, a Judge of since, or any other port belona-ing to the King cd fire, we had the inexpressible pleasure of he was warned by is friends, and especially by V.-nitzu 'shrl' 'go nmet, b'rg,, nonl\di Captai
the above article and stilt undetermined, it is the 2d Circuit, to supply the vacancy occa- of Spain. Their property, if under seques-, seeing theenemy give way in all directions, his physician, against continuing Ihs wicked Bie,,,,.. of 6 e s and 90 m n^. -e is 30 days fra,
the same with the line given to determine the sin th d o Judg Sih tration, is to be returned to them ; and the cri- with the loss of 400 men ; our loss did not ex- course, accompanied with the assurance that New-Orleae,, and was honu.ed to Margarrit.i; but hal
north-eastern angle of Nova-Scotia iit, the first y ee Smtu minal proceedings against them discontinued, ceed 7 killed and 27 wounded. he could not survive another such turn as lie in;; cari,'d .,ay lher rudder : days after saiiiig, ha
part, from the source of the.St. Croix, di- and in no time whatever permitted that they General Morillo having Collected fresh for- had just experienced. Against these friend put into ;his p1' to reti. Has made no prii'e, s,,
rectly nortlito the afrcs/waihighland3."' The Legislatureof Maryltnd hare appoint- shall be made useofto their prejudice. This ces advanced now to Pampatar, and though ly warnings, and i view of the threatening she left .v,-*t 0r'an .r N H.
It is probable, however,on thedescription ed C. J. KELGOUa, an associate Judge of the amnesty has been officially published at Ca- this fort could not check his audacity, for want ; of Jehovah against drunkards, he madly rush- Ar. b, n, P Tror-,.,iJ r.. ) l nl., C. 7.
of this part of tile boundary, that the Ameri- 3d District of that State, in tiue room of Judge raccas in the usual solemn form, and is accom- of military trains, he received considerable ed to the awful precipice. In this situationn ,':,rt rf ast.n,. Dec G.
cans havefounded (heir claims to a northern Harwood, resigned. panied by a proclamation of his Excellency damage from different corps of infantry, and h he deliberately drank iu large quantities, ui- Arr. RWit il briL' .w .n, SrJ;lge, 22 duay friom DeUne
boundary proceeding fiom point on the high- Don Pablo Morilto, General in Chief of the cavalry, which had gone out to meet him, and til all his faculties were overpowered. In rar.i. "i mm n .,- molasses.
lands at the sources of the rivers which fall in- The Rev. HouAcE HOLLY, of Boston, has bant ofte e pan Main, inviting th e inhliae fwhade a horrible havoc among his aoopsi ; thi wis tomkno his soul departed wh e If lthe m ie ils'o, wre, erd 2a, stal froe
to the St. Lawrence. In referring to the a- h l bitants to be peaceful *ud avail lhemsrlves of On the 31st July Morillo attacked, with his surviving part of his intemperate bcture.:a .n '. h" *b. ..ro ught hone ahout 20, e
foresaid highlands," (t'e highlands due north een chosen President of Transylvania Col- this clemency. .oeocshenio of the ih toy tnoe h e'U, ah!!:sen0 itnwas. e "*win t '-st Indle
nearest the source of the St. Croix) it adds, lege,in the Stalteof Kentucky. superiority of his troops flattered him with the wll soon be theirs, unless they become sub- 1Liames Holk D ec. 4.
Which dividethe rivers that fai into the At -FROM OUll CORIRESPONDENT. bope of an easy conquest, but here his dis- Jects of repentance and reibrmation, let them Arr. brig Vhitc.r., .Thomas, of l ,ih, :.4 days iroo
antic Ocean, from those lhat fall into the ,i- The PhiladelphiaDeoocratic Pressannoun- SPAIS t c appointment was equal to his disgrace, for i read the following extract from the sacred vo- St: croix, and 14 f'om Turks Islad, for Bs0ton. L,
ver St. Lawrence." Now, in point oflact, ihe ces, that Count Hullin. formerly Governor .- A. iERICAb e d; e va0or0and intrepidity oef 2wO infaetry and l'e : arotilerrysat shoa kninherit tof he ortdand, ha*fall, n i wiith t, ,. arriv.....
highlands nearest the St. Croix, due north, do of Paris, of Milan,.Vienna, and Berlin, has ar- a'e l rtrom" respctae person'' 0 borses with a piece ortiller situated ofrou Grtg.el ofhrven." in &.lta, a t i3 .... s "a t
not divide "the rivers that fal into tem an- i R dated Guaana 26th August. a height, compelled hn, in nine hours, to fly from her tfe ,,'ew '
"icOcean, from those that fall into the St. Law- -rived il this country after a shorl and lucky Both Guiay.anas aae at last occupied by the disgracefully and precipitately, with the loss --FOR THE COwRCniL AWERTISER, 5(A-Avr. b s; AnAon, L".i.,,37.;:v, a, roP.rr
rence;" they divide at that point, the Rivers p.ass.ge." .. arms of the.Republic; the capital of the city of 600 men killed and wounded, when ours a- (river a:n :-nn) for salem, uwi'i" bIides., i lo &.c.-

thatAUI' fallintuthtAtano" tile 1o6 tht !1:
tafitthAtantic, from those that fall )"".'' A1n) r, e ,. evacuated on the ] th July, mounted to only 26 of the HArmer andI70 of the
into the a iver St. John and the Bay ofju0y; 6ofad70oftheIMavelatter Iavelov'd thee-oh lov'd thee too dearty,, l,: .a Itt
*V7id. Attemoires suirles limits de l'Acadza, pub- triot, of the 27th ult. states, that, ow-,he pc -,6- geprvne h ldpnetscm nte t fAg.tewo o, wheosen I h aveFovldmihe I canclold toeoh s nevr g; C, et(ADna-,,wode
lished at AmsterdaH z 700,cedingfday, Teams LOhGHTOS l sttIs"r, [In .I'er by very respectable forces. It armny invaded theportofJuandeGriego whose Ihavelov'd thee-oh tov'dtoosine-ely, Surin):33dJ-ys .... :,w., ,ira n,".... but:N
ished iat AenwirterdaiS7eicedingdayu-s k.to mera arie- Hf little fort was defended only bty a g'ua and 150 Fo olov'd blt t5 lose thee forever, I to ,Lrondon.










I -... "'". .".. -. 1 ...*.-.*.*"-"'". o of t; .isci 'linie and subordination to which ask for the reasons bf-.the measure in ques-- I liy _isisce in thl course ofpoliey pursued b bearing at ail, mut it not h ve h d i lc-ln;n A furth,-rrr..Iui,;o[ "rfive handrad mar, o
TIlU khDAY EVENING,.DECEMBER 11. theythey had been accustomed. tion when I ,-)'he.we dtitiitd yand -ai'wFcto- thoe n. ,IiJrn-,1, t.l m.- Ie nIut 1o ii- i a anthe d Spansh Pat/-o- Wr' tcga.l b detailed (rorom ir.cral I'ioyd's division in
.......1" A violent gale of wind commenced blow- rily avow o1 in thli. menss-ige of the Prceiderft, thePresideIt'm..mseaAe, thElat theconiuec offlhe -a .1 tlheis:izre of.-rni ha1.luJ, ,ifthat mca.-urTe dIo Jerer part ..t tihe t1A-; if, held in readiness
The 1'ri-te coXuaiEss, with the Americau Conm- ingaffter the Boxer's people effected their cs- To call upl.n iim, liftei that espossrion, toae:- goelviment h.is been m..-,.t c-,icilitlly arid had an) operatic i at all in regard to tile twei :t''active seiertee, has just been made on our
i'-.ioneil 0a hoard, sailed from the CChesapeake, on cape from the wreck. The launch with the plain tlhe i. ,:..s"i rj hi-- conduct, w.:.ul.H be- t., I'inrdly: a, f, endly'.L: it could bI : tLh..itt ,-- pi 1'ht.l mU';t it not b, a u.Jnst the Patli..ts"- ; Secutive .y th- g er government. W heth-
'i morning of tihe .Ith inst. at day light. She sailed surgeon, purser, midshipman M'Lean and 25 cast a sev, re rellectiou on the f.YxLcuLt-te, as goingg in thc waro i h-'=de. In 'the d ,c!r- |Thrns, Iie said, wai a cause wh-ch le nould ew "hs alIdl(bonal furce, ror the iImediate or-
6itha i>ar an. strong breze, and at 9 o'clock had men ; who had left the shore for the brig, was implying Ji:,... tact ion at Ihe reasoialres3J, tro1, uthit It ,: .:0-o.,te is ,.ga-id d, n..,tI ,n he- ... ,.1).'A-,'. ocar.: : but J.e :-e,. ,aente av ,,,ed ,., iu .-*.f uh,1,ch .:r, rs have been given, is
cleared the Capes, and was seen 8 or 10 miles below, driven out to sea by this gale, as were mid- given. For his. own part. Mr. P. said, thle ih6 ofl an or tnaa ,n-urrecton ur retellin 1b the ..peaker ras hs sen:inea -one i tich Intend,. O.Olera,: .- itgeneratl Gino i i
shipman Beatty and five men, who departed conduct of the Ex:-cutre ppea ed. t,-him t.Ix. ut t cil i arl,;let'vaen .-r',, -n _, er,.iL ih >oul] _.w t l,,- lieuse andlr.: i her ,,, h- l,. '., .- i .hI o t
whit all s>,il. st. from the Leucadia mi the gig on tlie night of have been perfecrHv correct; but he had no hav1n", as to neutral pow( r, -,.l nirts, ,,rr | - It is stated in the Autrora, that the Amelia Island the 29th- Great anxiety was felt for the fate objection to any ,,lra,,,tii, t trt-Ied, it' a,kod e-6r:im t has gone bet..r,- e |,. r eow,, .r, ,-,d ,to .,e. ,.l ,11.) o th,- oll tr. t *, t .it e t o jur ri *ernl- .,till. pro." ilyl, I. on determine.
riveterr: H.uralad S:,rh, h lave be,, c endt!..,p .. ofthese people; little doubt, indeed, was eci- for unconnected wit h le claud- hr had i.- t rt, r1.-ancT? ..n er, ,r ., e. t.: t.r- the a t N t ila[ the .. .kt me ,:.r to
priz-s to Ahe United S tates bri,'Saranac, and were to tertainetd that they had perishedd. cepted to.. ha. p'rs et the pr.u rices. It hLa g-iven thelmconl- ; say, l N.) 0-4'e t)hnliu iun,,, .thaLo-.,r g.ovorn .,11Tl.:':-- :, h, of PostO esi,.s o the
r, .te t," Fortunately, however, bort th launc uh N or, both the .launch Mr. Hugh Nelson of Vir. twice aJJr.-i,,J tenano, ar,, 1 icre i'.,i t>hoe r,_.p.._-t r. ,,:I.., hos y to that caulie. Or.. Great .n, ( ttn,'ke, leading f'om N -vbu -
havehre solh at St. Ma,'y'., on the 51nlt. and the gig made a mud bank at the mouth of the House on the main subject of .the i-esolu- of otr nai osn T.he measure now t,!.-.n is | ,r. J. sit.1. he onidierltod hin to lare uu- to Gnerea. wa.thLu dtlance frob Newbubrg
The Charleston ionrd of Healthi report fifteen the S. W. pass, where in a state of starvation, tion, but, being interrupted in ,,,i erniarks hi- atroug ue Il th.:,r l'aiur. The Pr:-,d:.d e, I.' .tll aidi, Lbe ij;J'no dotibt it would ap- to each town.
ti:ey were picked up by the sloop Amelia, incidental circumstances, we have cdnuected in hi; me-ege hba; spoken of tI0(ir riL:htiss peariat thlle reasons ofte Ef .,?ecnti [r e i.., the" "
'"ll. To W ar~ds Br~idge, Orange Co.. 2.1
deuthsAfim tie 23d to tlh 30tl of Novem.ber-one of captain Whittlesey,, from New-York, anti his observations in the following report of tIt betmg equ.j 10 ial- oi.)' p."n. He has seit.a-. me,,urL. in questot-19d been lilticuto lus- dsBrig, range o. 12
I s ent. e-ru ~astoli~dbenabllictti)Il 10Bomingburgfi, Sullivan Co. 2
which is aeribcd to the yellwr frer. The person were landed at-Plaquemaine. substance of them. A few remarks are a.t- gent' C.,mMni.tle l ir'lh them -, *l.te'g:- lt;f r. Mr. J. was in Ivur or ying thi re- loommburgh, Sulivan C' 23
was -eizCld wiih thi ildisiiase bblore. the RosT, and lin- "Theofficers speak in the highest terms of ded, which the interruptions referred -to pre-. 'ou iri.l- .ie f icto, aud Ins .declared' the right oluuin tlioe table, until t was aucertaned fotntieelo, do. 3 -
gered 16 d(,,ys. the humanity, kindness and attention with vented him from making. Mr. N. was deci-- of this government to hold suinch' .-iniiiimu,. .- hethe hlie ies..*Liabon wtas or was n1l neces- Whitelake, do, 48
Whichi they were treated by captain Whittle- deadly iu favor of the motion. Like the hon-' t'ions with the provincial authoritu-. TCe a- sarvY, iu addmon to that passed the other dav. Bethel, do. 50
The h; to:, on th,. 3.! inst. 1!a .days fronm Amelia, reports ~ ter when in committee of the whole the. other missions; yet their communications will be solution on lie tabh:,c contend t-"tl-,i ub- Mouintpleasant, Pennsyoania, 8
th:.i o,'vre sikkns',',, r.-;ld oiln thle Island. iSh" J!r. West'sLelter.-The following is the day, Mr. N. said hlie,.felt his confidence in the not thie less respected. Going thither in a .-cIt w.-is totally distinct from thit passed the bo, d 1 91
a!o reports, thlata ship had recently arrived terrt letter from Mr. West to the President and Executive not diminihed ; hke him, he tlt v Iessel of war, will give the stamrp of authority ,th.-i da That pr.,posed an e2u.i o .- iln tlE New-Milford, .do- 101
fro Nw-York, ila large number of passen- confident that the measure of the suppression to these communications, and cause them .to be stae or toreign atlluos tins i.oipoedl an on- Great Bend, do. 107
,om 1Managers of the Pennsylvania Hospital, ac- of ltheseo-establishrnents, was founded, in their woll receivedand attended to. This measure, quiry into our own concerdis-into a matter Chenango Point, Broom Co.. 122
".,, -companying the celebrated picture which he opinion, in a just sense of propriety, and in a iq itself, goes far. towards a recognition of perhaps embracing question of peace or war,. Union, do. 127
77icThe Trade ,,fSarannh.--It is stated in the Sevan- has lately. presented to that institution :- desire. to promote the public weal: and he their independence: it is every thing but an and on which, therefore, Congress ought to Nanticoke, do. '32
r.f IRepiblic., that, no less tinfur thouisantfour LoNON,- Aug. 1, 1817 believed that, for the satisfaction of tile pub- express ackinolledgmentc. It gives them the have full information. If not laid on the ta- Owego, "do. 144
hun,redandfiit.n Bealesof Cotton, and sixty-JIre BEs:x.rIrN WESTr, Historical Painter to lic, .and for ajustvindication oftheExecutive advantages of such acknowledgment, with- bleMr. R. saidheshouldhavenohesitationin .CandorTiogaCot I 1i
ho!,.,-!heads of tobacco, arrived at that port from, Au his Majesty George Ihe Third, and President these documents should be exhibited. I can- ont its disadvantages, and also without too voting for the .amendment proposed by Mr. IDatl nby, do. 160
': o r. T o te Rorl Acadom of A.s in Lnonn. ot but believe, said he, that the public will great a comnpromitment of the United States. Forsyth. .. Ithica, Tompkins Co. 173
gnista, ,n)a -turday the "29111 o, N',wi~ber. The a of tile 1%oyal Acade~my of A-rts in London, 'i fil.pr
,M tnlarsv feels the hihest'saltsaction in ,i th sec, that, in this measure, the conduct of the The othg.rpwt of the Message, which declar- Mr. Harrison, of Ohio, opposed the motion Trumansburg, do. 18.1
Itolt lle atle> srmace.v.dt ri odtl, o ., Is es g anagor Penns)!vmnia Hl up t hi government has been marked bv a due respect ,ed that the United .States-will not profit of to lay the resolution on the table, by argu- Farmersville, Seneca 190
tihat at having finished the Picture of orl aviour re- to the rights of the Spanish provinces, anmi a their inda.dence, will have a beneficial ef- mentsi drawn .from the Mlessage, which h Ovid Village do. 200
ico, ar at Ht r on th s o c;vin the Lame and the Blind inthe Templei g ilant and prompt attention to the rights and '-ct i favr of the provinces. It will dissi- thought invited such a call. Mr. II. in the Romulus, do. 206
hl, O lc/r with a cargo upittat cotton to lhe value of Heiilnem whic Ie has a i hinted for that inferestsofourown country. It is thle best 1"- 1tn jealousies of England, and other course of some remarks, which the Reporter Genava, Ontario, e1a
IF..chr. ith aInstituton, and which he hasi thed honour of t aterest of the Spanish protinces, embarked powers, and lessen, the desire on their part, to did not distinctly hear, referred to the bearing Oa thebranch line from Ithaca to Aubn,
oS1.0,1.000. interesttofnth Spanishcprovines, embarkedodd notdistinctl ,hearwrelerreTtomtkesoarin
-- sendingto. Philadelphia, hby the sip Electra. i ni the noble cause ofemancipatingthemnselves, 'oppose the independence of the provinces.- of the law of nations on the case of the occu- Ludlowville, Tompkms, J84
Spfinlenfd Meteor.-T Spy, a piper published at Williams give evidence to tile world, that all their The.government has, therefore, done all that nation of neutral territory for military purpos- Kingsferry, do. 193
1porct:ter, ik.--asesiiutt,, attaes th;ata netlor, of lr. West bequeaths tile said picture tothe proceedingsare thie result of just and sound a wise policy and a benevolent feeling to- es, &c. Mr.. H. coincided in the view taken Aurora Cayuga, 199
f i n o r c t spt e n d ouarac ~ n d geat s, e ie s th a en t si e ,o r s I T, I li i I ,,W eyt h i ghue a t h s .ht e s a i dIpi c t u r e t o t il d..",2-
.iommnon splendour and great app:irent siz:e, was Hospital, in the joint names of himselfnand his principals; to repel and refute, by a high wards tle provinces could require. They the other day by the Speaker, that every act Indianields, do. 209
-en on Monday eveninghabout half past six, in the Wife, the late Elizabeth West, asa gr:atuilous .-minded and magnanimous conduct the ma- have. also, obeyed the imperious duty of just of this government in relation to the contest Auburn do. 215
siintietst, at thie tditance of; b,'it 40 degrees from the clffering, and as a humble record of their patril- lignant and calmninous representations, which ." '. ', .'ji: it tihe determination to require between Spainandthe Coionieshad borne hard .R IrE D,
torizon. Its cours,:was nearly horizontal, in pro- otic affection for the State of Penns, Ivania, in would place them in ti e grade, of sava- '" ';,,- I.-, 'iiil,% advantageous to the Unit- on the latter ; and he therefore desired fur- In Courtlandt, Westcheter, Rufus B.each, Esq. to
grets apparently not very rapid and-its, visible dua- which they first inhaled the vital air-Thus to gts and carbarians. A .just regard to the o- c States to be conceded, oi the part of the their information on the subject embraced by Miss Rhoda elkrig-At Towsend Vlile Oyster B
i ito perpetuate in her native'citv of Pliladelhia pinions of the civilized word ; a due estimate provinces, a properregard is had to their situa- the resolution. N. Y. on the 69ith ult. B.V. Hoffiman, Esiq captain in
-'.n fve or six'seconds." thie sacred memory of that amiable Lady, who of their own dignity and self respect, will lead tion, and to the embarrassments under winch Mr.Holmes (of Mass.)said,he regarded the tlhe navy of the Ur;,,;,.-I, .. lo Miss,11,ehbe Towns-
The Chadrstn wt ite, of the 31 int. annonnees, was his companion in life, tfor fifty years and tIhem o dislai l connection with these plP thy might be thrown by any undue conces- information sought bytheresolution asexceed- d, d olk,,s ea; a tt
h,>'t .i..ral Di.owra101, who,.Iat.)l th thh111 corps three months. ratical establishments..- Their own interest sion made. We all recollect, with grateful ingly important, The fact of the suppression UnitedState,,toMi.ss.. AlimyTownend ,d,, tAh.erofthe
,ifan,. ierl in...orwhno ca.i.. -f Crsiers in H<,anparte'.s army, at the battle of this donation may be ofsome pecuniary b.ne- (ion of these hordes of buccaneers. There our Revolutionary struggle ; but we all re- referred to, attracted the attention of the na- Mrs, Lucy Coggeshall.-At Philadelphia, Charles J.
.Waterloo, is now in that city. Fit to an hospital, which is founded for fumane wai a ime" when the union of M'Gregor, dis- member, too, the embarrassments experienc- tion-and he was therefore in favorof the ear- mor Mr. Ai, tert of aroek, batd
,,rpesad picis o oo l t tinguished by his gallant cxerlionsin the pat- ed by us during the revolution, from the guar- list official information on the subject, that to Mi s Elizabeth W'atts.-ii Hartford, Maj.TiLiothy
ie C'rporetplilof .a4hnp TsolvIdvl, on-tih f a,.d ,7ait.- riot cause of the Spanish provinces, with their antee which,- by treaty, we had made of their the house might understand on what grounds Hatch to Miss Lucinda Hantforth.
;,t,. k. procire t, ie ,porti-n'it of his rEx,-'ll.ny Go-. estd asures the Managers he has naval commander Aury, and supported b" West India possessions. Itis wished that the the Executive of the United .States had under- -
vrnor Ci.:.ro.N, to he pl.,-.,d M il i those of <.Ir for- dorne his utmost endeavors to render that pic- some of the igh-mioded and galat spirits of provinces should never be placed "in a situa- taken to suppress these establishments. Mr. D I E D.
n:r tiov.rrnors, in the Concil Romn. tare inl every point of art, as perfect s his our own i:te rnilitaryv establishment, might tiossiniiLar to cuis, so as thereafter to be sub- H. was, however, of opinion that this resolu- This morning, JAMS Joxsx. aged about fiftee
humble abilities would ernit, and he re- hae led to the opinion, that it was a hold jectto any embarrassment from stipulations tion was unnecessary, being embraced in the In 'turlatndi t l'heter 1ofMalthy Danltreace.
U. S. Cadts,-The Adjiutit and Inspc!o-`GI.,ne- quests the President and Mapagers efi the and' valorous caterprize, to wrest from their made'by them. They are to be left free to general call made, a fe'wdays ago, for informa- -aged 63 yars-In Salem .Y. Mrs. MA t
ral, at thle seat of gorekimnent, has its ind a General PernusyvanIa liosaiital, w-ill acrcpt his sin- oppressors n p1,ortion of their trritory, nrid consul, their own best interest, and their own tion on lthle political state of the Spanish pro- lings, 23a-Ila Ph iladeliphia, MAr. ii!iam Poyntell, 25;
Ordo'e, that all Cadets whio were at thle .Military cere thanks for thie vwrv handsnm preparations bravely to wase the cwar in the assailable do- true policy. The daily intelligence which we vines, of which East Florida, embracing wilow Hannah Parham, 70-In Boston, Captain Jos.
Acairdemy previous to the lcVi;:, whichieo,ll.i-don thel they have made for the reception of his PLC- minions of the Spanish monarch. Bunt the receive fromin the Island of Amielia, proves thle Amnelia Island, was one: and the same reason- fPe, ,1s n s hlo i-. ,,, r." 1ay DufM-
-t of p er lat. rtit r-prt for du t tr, and assures t sall oer retin a t tht opio ione by. iGregor wdom and prudenceof ourgovernment n- ing would apply to GalveLton, situated ot Mr Elizabeth Hall, -ssresth Poe.he'osith Mr t.
;w SlpI(-ri!tendIt of tihe aciade at lVestl Point h lia'h sense of their liberalitv, and feel proul ks nlonaI lAd thcal. Postey, and the o- deavoring to suppress these establishments.- territory equally claimed by Spain -and the gailHo.xsie, 82--In Andover, Mr. Timothy Smith,:39
I ....h, r g ,n sirits of this countryr, lino Tho W orldtwill Cd ohmnage to tile nagnauiin ly United States. If, however, the inforination -- At Boston, Mlr. Solon 8teson,'_'8; ; M r. J6itl Bar'-
and that such as have no srci.t orders,, and do no at his name being recorded in ao i institution l!te glet sirit of theb couneri T-l-- de wiu lls omaeh tons tMr Reesnanimiey Unoweited States. If, however, the information r o o. r. iat n,,r. e-t od o8 Mwyr.ay-
joi. .Iforetie-,oftarch[extY.disrissrichashisrost cordial is t i, support a on n ore gi colOur to tie enterpriz.e.- and justice of the Spanish provinces in re- now desired should not be received, Mr. fH. nibrook .Mr. ? /ir Win Ig, M--A Si 5yr-
,,of its enia ipurpostsrd) wishesi "rsn [ it1 And have they nol themselves give i frher nouncingallconnexion with these settlements. said, he should be one of the first to vote for it, men D. Slater 24 a soldier in k 6 rinent U..
lhin serehi tf r ete. Lon inp,.,ro. rand-. i rs.-strec[', proofs, if proo are wanting, (hat they are but it will raise the character of the O. States, by considering it highly important. The inten- infantry-!n Gaffstown, N, 1b. Mr. Jghn( nM'(Gaw-)n
Londr on S. ,IA the h er ,a hs Isl 1017. ala horde olt unc;aucerr., invii.din our own ter- shewling their determination to put down all tion to seize on these establishments, had Waterville, JuhuCool, 19-In Linconville, Me. Eliza
Pire fi St Jonv-3 vthe chonerPanrer ane French, 1.5--1 'I'ousfield, Dr, John .Nieriam, 49
aSt.Johns-y schooner Parer ritory and ilndeoring oir own citizens? See piratical establishmnbuts : that lie movements struck lhim with some surprise, he said, when -At IswichMrN Mr thaielLord.l b--h icasset
-apt. Boyd, wlich arrived this morning ino C ONG SS' the accounts f',m pavanahi. To believe of a people contending for their liberties, arc first informed of the fact; but he had no Miss Maria 8svey, 17--ln Saudy Bay Gloucester
Ay',froIm allifax, we learn, that a great fire ,, -' _3> that these settlements are stifctioned bsy thle totally different from thile cstablishnetts of doubt the reasons for the measure woulaprove Mrs. Polly, ife of Captain Illiqiaa Doyle-At sea,
occurred, in the la er part of N,-vember,r at IN SENATE. patriots, would be to de'grade thelm from the pirates and buccaneers. In entertaining satisfactory to all. He .would go with any o boardie bbi Ann Mia, on her passage from St
doccuedil. the aatof, Dec, t o embe. higah a,,l dignifed siaion which hy .hod in the opinion that (lihe provinces never sanc- gentleman, at any time, into an enquiry into to belon to New York.i r'.. q -i3,tsuppose
ct. Johns, New'foundilhand, which deItroyed The Presidentofthe Senate connnicated our estimation. That tlihe patriots s.nuld tioned them as is believed, -we shew re- the conductofthe Executive; but hethought
abouti50 buildings, includigii- stores, ,, iii,'.- the annual report of the Secretary of t'he Trea- themselves coltiteance .s.uch establishnetis, aspect to thecoloie.i. and raise hoircharactr. gentlemen were going, too fast now, to call ROM O CORRESPODET.
housos,f&c. In oncofltha.sttres(bclongingto sury. which w:is read. wo wuld he trthr to descend frlm thliehihst It is the interest of the colonies to disavow specifically for infiorp.tionp which it -wab pro- Fort of 'Nozlk, Dec. 9.
leonses, &e. In once othe stores(belonging to sury, which, waisread. ." .tic furheroto escend rk, filc. 9'.
.,n,. !JU..e.hhlan.'~s) ,i'0 barres f lour were The resolution respecting the distlibution P""""'- of l-'orahlic .v. tio I ,,. h'. lri t;-',, and th.icby -ra ( .hcir character with able might reach-the House before this se- Arr., schr Nine Sisters, ickerson, Btostou idavte.
.i.. ......--. "o-" ptie foeiopu(lienoCt..ot6 was re- the sec- ab.s. or Imili ationll and ntrrimlnimp. Moet e'a,- u and the .l'Eruean governments. It can- cond call could reach the President. Ie On Saturday, soni after she got to sea, experience a
,'ualedd. The Il- oligatrs t a cooper's ond time. and referred to'a scitt committee,. bai'' in th gl' orious and magnanimousI n"ot be doubted they will disavow them, and therefore, hoped it would be laid on the table, da'ge, particularlyin the railb-ing split&. soe
siop. The loss, in buildings and other pro- Mr. Sanford submitted lthe following mo- strug-"! Ibfor freedom lil the rig-hts of man, tlhey among-st us wlho stimulate thein to an Thle question to lay the resolution on the The" shr lEmery& Ly, Riley, on her passage i
Furty, is estimated at 2001000 pounds sterling, ion for consideration, which lies one day of can nvr stoop to the condition of buccaneers, i opposite policy, arc not their real friends, but table, was then taken. Folly Landing to St. Mary, got ashore ou the night
Manof hinabituants l tirll and a re se, bandit and pirates. Tlihat i pulse of every their worst uemics. For the motion 75 of the.26th ult. abo-t 13 miies to the southward of
.Many o th bResolved, That the committee of Finance lover o freedom should beat high in sympathy Mr. Hohnes (of Massachusetts) said he Against it 81 Cape Henry, and it is feared will be lost-crew saved
reduced to a state of extreme poverty ; and inquire whait alterations or afnetdyients may wit h thie asserlers of the rigIlhs f ma' in every should never be opposed to any call for infor- So the motion was lost. -she was in ballast.
1.ce whole Town, in cnnseueince of the dc- be requisitein the presonf system ofcollcltiwg region is consonant to the nature of' man; maition on any subject, when wanted by the Mr. Rhea having accepted Mr. Forsvth's Arr. chrGrampus fin l t. Marys 9 (ays, Tothe
s(.;uctio n of floor and, provisions are suffering h. El duties charged on the value ofm(rcandize blt that ours should thrub with ,, at the House. But it appeared to him that the call proposed amendment, as part of l.is own'mo- southward of St. Augustine, in a gale o wind the
'evime distre.ps, imported into the Unit'd Staties; andI wIhat success, and recoil to tihe hear-t on ti.hl defeat, now proposed was unnecessary, since tlhereso- tion- Grampuslost both her imats,.
further legal provisions ar ecesar i of or neighbors,, our) bothers, inhabiting the lution adopted the other day would embrace The main question was taken on the reso- Br. schr Robert & Henry, Barker. Nassau 5 days
.. further legal provisions are necessary In or-
Immediately after the fire, the civil author- der to secure the equal and certain Coel"etio samlO continent, migrating tlilther about thle the inbrImaIItionniow desired. He *i... i,] lution, and decided in the affirmative,, with- lSgumvitae, turtle, fruit, and 8000 dollars ia specie.
;ity laid an embiargoon all v1s.'.ei.- in port: and ofthose duties. saine period, and under circumstances very the house should wait a day or two, to see out a division ; and a committee ordered to be n Mol."day, i0o miles I 'of thle bar, spokeathe lMesx-
chartered them for the purpose oftr'msportin, Mro. Barbour gave notice, that he should on siuilar-with our brothers vwhio were lately whether they would not obtain, without auy appointed to wait on the President therewith. ona eruise. ali hou.s rom tisport
thos of hai ts who coud lee to-morrow, ask leave to bring in a resolution sutifering as we did, from tihe cold aid unlfeC,.1- further call, all the information they desired On motion of Mr. Forsyth, the committee Fort of BRslon, Dec. 83.
those o a propusing to the several states an amendment in oppressions produced on them by their from the Executive. With this view he mov- of Commerce and Manufactures were instruc- The brig Confidence, Jef.-rds, h.ft at Tinity. Nov%
town, to other places for subsistance. Seve- to the Constitution of the United ,States, on kindred and their friends--is surely not to be ed that the resolution should lie on the table, Led to enquire intothe expediency of making 10, ship oancy, Bassetr, or Newvburypnst in abont.
ral of thie vessels, illed with passengers, arri- the subject of internal improvements, wondered at. Similitude of sufferance will Ml'. Nelsou opposed the motion urging some Darien, in the state ofGeorgia, a port of en- 20 days, the only A'erican in port-sw struck on the
sfle wt ossn'rari ie uj cro'itralopoemet.0ks'during tile. hnrricr~ne of Oct.1,-_and knoc:ked offr'
ved at Halitx oin tlhe lt inst; and the GoIv- The appointment ofa Clapain, was, onl mo- produce congenial syinpathi. Similiude of of thle argumuts comprehended in the above rv and delivery her rudder, but re ved no Oter an i.: Thed oig
tion of M -ir. Laycock, postponed until to-or- nerne in a similar and virtuous cause, will sub.tautial statement of his remarks, as a rea- On motion ofMr. Ingraham, of Pa. a joint Denill!in &.lowevl of ,e tonand ,'.1i a, of foIts-
ernor, cniearning the extent of tis calamity, row, and find no limit to its feeling. But feeling will son againstt delay. resolution was passed to a third reading au- mIuth, whiel ivere driven ashore in the storm, lind
ordered a numnberofsmall vessels to proceed The Senate adjourned, not give us the correct staindara whe.bv tie :Mr. rhcrto (of Louisiana) read the re- thorizing a distribution of the new edition of been condemned as ueseaworthy ; they had not been
to St. Jo)hns, without delay, with supplies for HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. course and conduct of til legislators, c- solution adopted the other day, calling for in- the Laws of thile Union to such Members of the 9mt offls Thie Confidece, during the gale, was about
SI I it n .w. .'. .oDec. 8. trusted w;th the guarii,mhip of the rights formation respecting the state of the Colonies present Congress as have not received them. ?0 miles to'wnd'ard of Trinitdy, auo lay to aboat24
., remaining Inhabitants. MLITR BONTY A and interests of their constituents, butjiu.t- of Spain in South America, that gentlemen Onmotion of Mr. ITI ofnd. ,3 dsa t, uod her vedatTrintya-..
.Je enmc~ng ~fmbians.MILITARY BOUNT(J OnDS notion of| Mr. IT..ed ,'I-thsaie rIu-:.ghofudIed.etboruit o3nprheudkitheer-, aond soTlatthercnnnitee ontfoe uoniylar0 edo.-
Bythis arrival, we have Halifax papers to M,. Joasox (of Kentucky) a ccsflly nrgd from th saine ardu- iht jdg whether it comprehended the in- Resolved, Thattecommittee on the public arper r on 0 dol-
e thlt. They were, however, published bill authorizing a commutatio of Soldiers ousa d exalted struggle, should be regulated, fiormation now desired. It might be that, un- lands be instructed to inquire into the expedi- Mr. Evans, of the brig Larl, of Boston, (cast awy
hloe r11,ltht tilt.inomainThey were,hof however, r a tpublishfed o n m nybill autborizin .an .- a corrmurtati~on of! Soldiers This feein.l( tm ee t o n i- d r hsr-lte ,te rsd n o l o l yo a fl zn J e g r o d o tan fr a evt)hs r-f'mllvn, n/ttsta h
for thie inlormition. of tiTe fire at St. Johis Bounty Lands. T"s felnust be temnnpred with sound dis- der this resolution, the President would con- ency of author izing Joel Earwood to transfer at Neuvita) has arr. fromi Havann, and states, that the
ad reached alifax [The first rcction of this bill provides that cretio. E periencmust teach us a little side that East Florida formed a portion of the to other vacant lands iu the Jetersonville dis- brig as gone to piec. Port of n Dec1.
Sthe soldiers of te late and present army shall prudence. V he s there amongst us, of the coloniess of South America, as well as any o- tr :, ny monies he may have paid on the Arr. ris dellne ,Rich, Boton 13 days, has e. ,ipe-
So er.-W ave already pub-be allowed to commute e a-a s st ardent of those whose ... beat most their province; and would transmit therefore nor east quarter ofscction 21, townsix, and rienced very severe eather, and ben driven ars
.rwas, Q o`"theclimfelr. l-Wehflr e o money atmte rateofonedolrand 1ish in the cause ofrevolutiona ry France, and allthe inormation required in relation to A- range nine, in said district, the Galp.h ; Gen. Brock, Dwyer, Barhadoes Uavid
tw accounts of e los of this ssel.- forty cenlaim s per monare, to be paid in four al who were most vilcnt in deuoucing the con melia Island, &c. 'Yieldiing to the suggestion STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. AIaffet, Phiiadeliphia 6; sloop Joseph, Nve, Provi-
ilde Boxer beingtsa national velossel, it h is vsepro-- instalmy cents per acre, to be paid inour annual duet and acif policy of the great father of of the gentleman from Massachusctts, that in On motion of Mr. Nelson of Va. the House dece 8.
"e, lBo t the public should be furnished with in tie several "States; provided that tappoinedb ds county, fbr attc pting to restrain those a day or two th House would receive the in- resolved itself into a committee of the whole The patriot brig Tayac Amarn, which arrived at
.lll',<> c~irctunst nces attendin' the croe._ a cases a com pl etet : tsi o :l wt 1 tithell ; ','frl that thle public should be furnished wviLh iu tile Several'States; provided that there bo fe li'it inthe h lso o n n i- f'Jrmatio n. desired, M r. 11. thought l ,, ..,,,Hi be o il the Rlesolution fr om tile Senate f ur adm it- t i p r nt etiu t. o-,J l 8 't 2 5. .
f~vli~~rsivitin te nts o a sund and is-long, 42. 32, WI. ship C;olu'mbia, H-oliday, freen Bostoi
:ill e circumstance attending the c.e.- claims o said lands by theecommutaor to erer as well to let the resoluplie ni,.w dinot, when r]enc asw.l'.therehtion lie nntil the Prc- tic the State of Mississippi into the Union. fr ca tt; AuI lt ,.
',l therefore add, to the statements already United States. The second section of t(hC bill din i eow s withe s ,id i i*. f m.PIiti-ir sidtsauswertot d othr call should be re- desrIIedr Constitution of the State having been ship NeptTone, wen.idephaforCacut
I .so g t e m d 'q -- ofi pi a in ie!'an swer to the other call should b cli sobsioan sb h o ninutl ,r re- T he Constitution of the State having been ship Neitmte, Waraer, frointPhilade!phil for calcut-
piiihshed, the following, which was commu- makes the appropriation necessary to carry our desti is w ithf hers, I %.. *I i iot o'ier hom- ceived. If that did not comprize the desired read through, at the suggestion of Mr. Taylor, ta, all well.
1:n1ilish~d,n a e othepu f tonlbl owin g, iwhichhe w -O~ asas com inu- makeSetrsttheintappr opriati one e t] necessary to carry iage tot# d isidomi, virtue, a iid patrotis ni of' inf~re' arionl, this. rcsolutiua ,night fthe n be ta- fthe. commi ttee rose and reportd fm r a r e -, -= .
nicatnd for publication in the New-Orleans the first into effect.] ag., t9 I wisdom, virtue, a.d patrotism of information, tiis resolution unght then be ta- the committee rose and reported their agree- '""`'--"""""""....=ws..
that. great ntan ? I was onic ()I those who, as keu up and passed,.ett il eouin;Ikic a hnra TP911,
Gzette, of the 8,th ult. by Major Kirby, of the Th'he bill was twice read and comrnit ted. that"greaman I was one of thos who, as iknup and ,assed. ment to the .Resolution,; which was then read STOP THIEF !
o e b o Mr. Johilson, also, from tie committee to d loudly as any other, delnouuced thle proclaima- Mr. Miller (olouthll Carolina) was opposed a third time, and finally passed. TOLEN from the subscriber'i stable, on the
army, who was a passenger on board when the womr had been referred omthe petition iof Johlt lton f neutrally. nd the, as we then called to th proposed po.slponement of this motion ; And tilhe House adjourned. 0th Nov. a GREY HOIi.SE, 0 years old
accident occurred :- Bates, reported a bil for his r f i itc arbitrary,, :il. ,,, annd nunconstitutional in.- te objects of which and of that which passed _. switch tail, high head, long, body; p great nia-
Taccide oxr came too in six fathoms water s, reported ed the usual course of two reading and f rfo-relco of the exctive, to restrain us the other dy. he said were totally distinct.- From Barbadoes, Grenada, St. Vincent, and ny brownish spots on th e body and neck ; he is
Toff tf sou-h a ess oo isiisisipiatlonise -4lt coimhnoent. hfirom co-operating with our ,allies in the cause T'.'h' object of that was to inquire into the Piartinique. .about 15 1-2 hands high ; tie saddle was old,
of October, not' beiae able to reach the bar AMELI r \vND AND> SPANIl offreedomn and the rights "I ])m. The saga.- pnlitial stale of the Spauish Colonies: tle de- The Editors of the Freeman's Journal are and had on the iront part four small strips of
f-om aOtroer posing" current rad wath of OT"L rAN a SPANI PA- city and virtue of tile patriot now receives sign of this.was to satlsay the nation that the indebted to the polite attention of a respt.rta- goatskin ; one stirrup had a spring ; the bri.l
fi.d OuQ i o p*posin curn > nd .wn o O that holnigc and respect, which the wild ex- executive had acted on sulitiient grounds in ble Mercantile Housein this city, for the Barba- was double bitted and silver plated. The thief
win. h. eweater was clear, and tdr. Rhea ofred for consideration the fol- travagances and ardent intemperanccofyouth the cru'se it had taken in regard to Amelia does Mercury, to Nov. 4, the Glenada Gazette, is about 20 years old, and tall. t10had enable
pieasan a,. a pilot came on board-about lowing resolution : then most vehemeutly denied. So will poste- 1slaud and Gulvezton. This, he said, was a to Nov. 6, the St. Vincent Gazette, to Nov. i, surtout coat, blue pantaloons and boottees ; ra-
ten in the evening a breeze springig up from Resolved, That tbe President be requested rity act and decide, as to the conduct of our t'easo sutlicient to induce him It vote against and thK Gazette de la .Martinique, to Nov. 8. their dark complexion. For the Hore, Saddle
|he south east, Capt. Porter got nnder weigh, to lay before the House of lReprcsentatives present administration. However amniable laying the resolution on the table. Ifthat mo- 'The Lord Sidmouth and Marchioness of andBridle, a.handsome reward willhe given by
he boats of the brig were out to bring her any information he may possess, and thiuk and cstimanle this ardent sym;,.thy wit( our tion should not prevail, he should vote lor the Qunth ry Tackes, had arrived at Harbadoes e ec2-C&Slw THOMAS MTAW,
headoifshore, a.d sail was made with every ptroer to communicate, relative to the pro- southern orethren, nobly redeeming them- amendment proposed by Mr. Forsyth, because an the d and 4th Nov-Major General Sey- NOTICE
parlance ofefting the object wh ease seedings of certain persons who took posses- selves from an oppressive and odious bondage the fucs on which it was founded would r- vernor of St. Lucie, died at Island URSUANT to an orderofthe honoab Si-
an sa ty : tnotwithstanding these precau- sion of Amelia Island, at the mouth of the St. may appear, yet a course dictated by sound taiulh disolose the reasons of the measure.- f'meted effects or ehe severe bruises that he re- moro Baltwin, one ofothetjudget oftthe su-
ions, henIrrondod in a few minute s n 14 Mary's river, near the boundary of the state discreton, and gnudd by caution and pru- The Speaker had the otheer day intimated, on thell lt hurr iea ne,- -ai ad suflfeed by -en, courthfothe sr teh< of C l notie, hfNe .ienr tr
i'.:e, soft muddy bottom, and soon drifted into of Georgia, in tbe summer of the present year, deuce, ia an adminnistraioin, mutntee ,Ptheir the floor of this H-ouse, his opnin ;nv\ th at5 evr eeey-ud" upnae.- notmtr~iquely.-A uFfrenchy gi-Hven, ontyhat Stprefnrredhkiss pttof to<* Havin
1I foot. Every exertion was made to get her and made an establishment tl dnf al *' a~u~lstlon, miub meet theire eoio ln o~, iis opinino tat every severely.-Guadaloupe not materially .-A French New-Haven county, has preferred his petition to said
afloat, but without success from tle d.cared an information he hal there; ane so approbation. Although some among us may act ol the government, from the proclamation frigate which had arrived at Martinique from court to be held New.-Haven, inand for said county
and ra|,outithout sue s bild fro, the decail d an y information he haO, and may think pro- see, in the conduct of the administration, a against the expedition said to be fitting out at France, and handed Goo roops, foundered at her on the third Tuesday uf January ne t, praying that
te than n iours per to communicate, relative to an establish- one-sided policy ; may see, in every one of New-O -ieans in 18t5, to the present day, had moorigs ; some smaller vessels were stranded, his body ma'y be exempt f'om arrest an aco"ut of a.
Sta l signals of distress were made, madeat earlier peri y persons of their acts, from the' prolanation of 1815 issu- been hostile to the Spanishl Patriots : Now- and the Houses at Fort oyal were unroofed.-- oid ,, "at to a uthar zethe
And dllalinldstemsinalsof disetri onssw re tae, tm same description G n the Gut of Mexico, ed to suppress an expedition said to be organ.- Mr. M. said, he looked upon the information Several house's in St. George's (Grenada) had superior ...... 1. .,,, l,. ,i in certain cases of inron-
sni arm iadd enovi yodsi in hoe houre at f nlae U alled Galvezton, within the limits Iz"ug m Louisiana, to the order for suppressing called for by the resolution as necessary to re- been damaged, but no lives lost, as first reported, vency" t ,.., .. l-, ....-. ,lace a tpernset,ncern ,.
sails arms at United States, as we contend, under, the establishments at Amelia Islands and Gal- pel the reproach, from so high a source, thus -St. Vincent has been devastated to a great ex- .w !lapper, if they see au-...,ad be heard on thept,
it e day Iost of te putblic property Was land- the cession of Loumslana; together with the vezton, that all these acts have been on one thrown on the government, Hie therefore hoe,- tent.-The bturricane was not fcit at Tobago. rases. ew-ave,8th De ebr,1 \^ Clerk
ed near t mout e south pass, at in reasons inducing him to issue orders to sup- side ; that they all bore against the provinces, ed the resolve would be suliered to pass. Among the applicants for the benefit of the d D't^"T'er
.e.. ,' te br0g presthesaidestabishments. against the cause in which the patriots are en- Mr. Johnsou, of Kentucky, said he had not insolvent laws of this commonwealth, now in NOTICE
,o ote wreck. On the o7th every thing Mr. Rhea said that the establishments re- gaged-yet, Sir, I cannot doubt, that when understood the Speaker, in debate the other conineraent in !, ....'.1 at Easton, is a man, l-'. .. \ T to ^aorderofthehenorableSi-
wc h ni beT saved was gt aon board of her'. erred to in the resolution he had jest offered, this course shall be calmly and dispassionately day, to have intimated that every act of the named J A'COB Il., ,;, raisin the KN[NETY- .L. .., L .ldwin, one of t1 ,,.._. of the sn-
pi "ce twe; -tour hours theaBt oxrd ent to had already e cited much attle tion through- scanned and examined, the judgment of tie glove rnment had been hostile to the Patriot NINTH year of his agc.- C enti. erior cou 't ; th s r .. o
s ih y, w oud e still more American people, and clan impartial posteri- cause; but that they had leaned to one side of contplated en in ty has preferred h.s ,wtition
. a ; "! i cy f e.r t her stae h eup, n u d .r te ss th at H so b y e o d er i n thi st f a d w ip vid he course ,nd .s ei u it he re ui n ; ad horn m olno e a ainlst th e a p edito n ag 'a i nst tle F lorida Indians ( the ( x to su idt oun 't to beh hn at olanh\ -d ven in a id ai

was in, had I the weather been tenmcestuous at mo tion was to obtain such information as Tlip .willdi .r.i. --.e, ... ,t, i.. su ada. ... a..... u, d du n -, JoM.-rnal of th 'il5h inst.) says, '.... I. h-. heen that i bo,' c abe exempt frm rrt on aant
"Ll''.) "- '11) in ill'(lob C% ;, fni oml i rr1" t h", al, h v nt oreli
TheyWTI(Wsh sdrosc ll s iny rth epr claration tissued h.askd" a ,' that wh" at't e pua kerwho adoul aiden was.. hi t-e,(erd s tinc e d ourco-,opedrate it he. c' Aar- 0!" 'et iu.~vl i,. t~ xth ahv ei'
etim she struck, it is hgl probable that might satisfy the minds of the American peo- by Mr. Madi 1on, and in his d d I ration t J as eat hat ll p ak ad e s ti s tin e t ie h n ov in t.t st eat a; tloe el -
;m en board would h uve benl ost. From the pie on the expediency of that measure. t Spanishalc in r, that the flag of the patriots n the f a ct ? Was ntt the prolemation of s Iaid prize, will rende tvous at Fort leawki s e Mon- P. ey a ,1-'. an ecn a oprtes ec:d
,,-,o~~~~~~~~~~~ncnt~~Saos miniter ,thatt,, occurled thf tile parit in o~ 6l cts~^ uS^^' ^ t a 1 le 1'1"1" f priy.c, vil'l ruldezvol,.i Alt Fort I I wlck; vn-M ne- ^ ;",.:::;1 aia^.:
oret trimarkabli acto C ad z ealous in the clause of the proposed t s trike out t ie last o ur ports should be equally respected witlheve- of that nature ? It was issued in consequence day next, and be marched from thence without will upe r, if tey se ae, and be hea o e.
erfornneaofab cir dut-eand zealous in tid e clause of the proposed resolution. It would 'ry other, nothing but a determined adherence of representations of the Spanish Miniter. delay. .General Thomas Glascock lhaL bee1n pre,nes. New-Navn, .h !!cembe,. 1817.
.r" oft r -, gave e vidu b an extraordinary course for thle House to to the dictates ofajustand impartialneulrality. eing issued at his instance, if it. had sny appointed by the governor A, founiid th"m. '" <-,- Ct;W-S:ra,''.,.in ..' ... ;',

f.' ,. ..W -, "' 'for t'- Proimon-i.' of fradiuby.
7- Tih lr-.rJd.of .Manager: ofthe Socet :-.r LINE OF AMERICAN PACKETS
the lr,.,.notin. of industry, presenLto the friends BETWEEN NEI'-VORK AND LIVERPOOL.
and p. ,iruin of tr.e u.t titmon, a brief account f N order to furnish frequent and regular con-
the 1r ,uic'1.. O,,o t Ii lat witrcer, darnrgwlh.h L vey'mce; lor GOODS sn-id PASSLNGERS,
unrr in,te-.l atcntiou% we. gien to the claimssand the subscribers have undertaken to e.tablih a
wants of that class of their suffcr,,.g ftllow-crea- Line of Vessel between New-York and Liver--
tures, who, during the winter season, are depriv- pool, to sail from each place 'on a certain day in
ed of such employment as the rest of the year every mc-iti throughi.,,i thle year. .
usually affords them. While the clothing stores The lrlowing ve-eL;, each ab"ut four hun-
employed only the best workwomen, the imana- hired tons burthen, have been fitted out forthis
gers of the House of Industry patiently endeavor- purpose :-
ed to improve those who could not find employ- bh.p .AMITY. Joliit intan, matr r
merittliere; and many .uch are .oT. able loiirn COURIER, WVm. Bowne, do
a subsistence, who at their ormenC.:ment ofI.,- PACI FIC, J...hir 'ills-,m, do
establishment hardly k,-cw U.% use .I the rn,,- JA.- MONROr, J,. \\ alkiri.n, do
die. Mothers offamilies, whose husbands were. And it is thie intention of the owner', that one
without employment, as is unavoidably the case ofth ,-c vecel' shall -9il from New-York on the
with many tradesmen during the severity of win- Str, and ouE finom Liverpool ou the lIt :.f emery
ter, became fit objects of the nimaiagers' regard; month.
and, as far as the mni.--i.A l iOcn. ',Oly owouli (f-er- These ships have all been built in New-York,
mit, none wert env st ,y i. ut .'i- 1:, lth,.-it ol'l te best material-, and are copperedj and cnp-
none received it in the quantity demanded. T.-, Ir Irzlendr. They :re cImrc.n to be rer marka-bly
refuse such demands was one of the most painful fast ailers, and their ac.omamiod.,tiou ior -.s.Aen-
diuties I-...f the: r. The aged, and mothers gers are uncommnnonlyeteusive and coimn.nlii.
with uo.ii.r hilIr.i, were employed in thie Tly are nil nearly new, exc-eptlithe Pa-.fic 1; i.:
house. rn.I the t.-.si number who received h'as I.,:cln e.:le years in the trade, but lihiecu.,t-
work, in and out of the house, during the last ly been thoroughly examined, and i found to .be
winter, was from 200 to 250. A list ofappli- pt rfLItly -oiiuwl Ii entry rc.np,:,I.
cantsfor servants' places was kept, and upwards The curinr.nde s...I threnr amre all mw-u fogr t l
of an hundred women were thus provided with experience and activity; and they will do allin
situations free of expense, their power to render these packets eligible con-
The object of the society being to contribute a veyances for passengers. It is also thought that
share in that melioration of the condition of the the regularity of their times oftailing, and the ex-
poor, so imperiously called for by' the circum- cellent condition in which they deliver their car-
stances of the times, and to which the plan of the goes, will make them very desirabloopportimitiies
institution is well calculated, those favorable for the conveyance of goods.
to this object are earnestly invited to examine It is intended that this establishment shall comn-
this plarn. Printed copies are in the hands ofthe mence by the departure of the JAMES MON,
managers, anid will be furnished to any one desi- ROE from New-York on the 5th, and the COU-
rous i-1 L.rL ..-,Ear' .-.i,-,ni.l with an institution, RIERufromLiverpoolo ithlielt,oftiefirstmonth
which has struggled through three winters, and (January) next; and oinei .6ffi6 vessels will sail
now purposes to commence the labors of a at the same periods fronm-e, ifieci., in every suc-
fourth. ceeding mouth. '
The managers trust, that the Father of the ISAAC WRIGHT & SON.
poor and needy will so dispose the hearts of his FRANCIS THOMPSON.
more favored .:hl.Ji... that the humble efforts BENJAMIN MARSHALL.
of the society may meet their sanction and sup- oct 24 ; JIEREMIAH THOMPSON.
port, without which its usefulness must be very
circumscribed. The limited funds of the society STEAM-BOAT NOTICE
frequently compelled a sacrifice of articles made .".'r.-' The public are informed,
up, in order to raise the money necessary to pay ohat notiithsStanding the
the workwomen, whereas, would tlhe capital loss of the Steam-Boat
have admitt-d waiting a regular sale, the house CHAtIPLAIN, the remain-
might have been supported at a less annual loss. ing steam-boat PH(ENIX, in consequence of her
The honorable the corporation have granted uncommon speed, will be enabled to perform the
four hundred dollars to aid the society in the ex- service lately performed by the two boats, and
pcnes of the ensuing winter. The amount in will continue to do so until public notice is given
the treasury, as will be seen by the annexed- :to the contrary; consequently no alterations will
statement, is 55U 53-100, making together S920 be made in the arrangements for running. This
5i-l0. whirchi with t'.: .:.. 1 ..u land, is all the boat will leave Whitehall every Wednesday and
society have to meet .,I: ...--,..:,-t. expenditures Saturday, and St. Julius every Tuesday ,rd Fri-
of house-rent, superintendents' salaries, wood, day, as usual. sept 25-CA&S

To enable the managers to pay workwomen STEAM-O30AT NOTICE.
and to purchase materials, they unist again call f. .~ r -|h" L'.Ie George
on a benevolent public. Those who are of opin- i Boat, Cart.
ion, that to employ thle pooris better than to give .- -_no.w- _-._.. *' ... ., now rea-
ahrs, are now solicited to come forward with ., ; ..". ,.- r PA.SSEN-
counsel and assistance, in support of a society, GERS and FREIG HTI. Slc will leave Ticon-
which tnemanagers, from the experience ofthree deroga every Wednesday M..., ,i, -.Ir Ii..
winters, are fully persuaded, needs only to be Lake Ch-amrlainr oat ises fi..... ,,. ... l,-. .. i,
faithfully conducted, and duly encouraged, 'to and arrive at the head of tlhe Latlre the same e-
prove of important advantage to the community. vening--Remaiu there Thllrsd-Lys and Fridays,
Sior sailing parties. Leave (:idd'vell, every Sat-
BoardsfDireclionjor the present year. ur,-day morning, at 0 r'-!oIck, ard "rive at Ticon-
Mrs. Bethune, first )irectress. deroga in time to dine, awl for the passengers to
Mrs. Onderdonk, second Directress. go on board the Champlain Boats to St. John's.
Mrs. Renisen, third Directress. The prices of passage from Caldwell, to the
Mrs. Duplex, fourth Directress. other Boats, $2 50 cts.
Mrs. Sadler, Treasurer. Across the Lake, only 2 00
Miss I. WV. Ogden, Secretary. Caldwell, Aug. 5, 1
MANAGERS. sept 8 CA&Splf
Mrs. J. R. Murray Miss A. Murray
Dickey Ogden LAND PATENTS.
J. Ward C. Ogden OLDIERS of the late Army, holding honor-
L. Coit Few k able discharges, and warrants, or notirica-
Morgan Faesch tions, may obtain their land patents by applica-
Craig Onderdonik tion to the subscriber.
A. M'Vickar Budd J. D. WADSWOR1.Tl,
H. F. Rogers Willet septl5-C&Stf 26 Water-street.
G. Brinckerhoff Clark
-Handy Haviland f HISf1 day is published at No. 114 Broad-
Lawrence Creighton .r way-
Hosack Wallace No. 8-Vol. XVI.-for August 1817.
Coleman Constable CONTENTS.
Aliss Murray Saltonstall Life of the Rev. Nicholas Ferrar; incorrect Ideas
H. L. iaurray Squire ofJustification the Source of various other Errors;
O. Muran Strong Family Sernmons-No. CIV. On 2 Cor. vi. 17, 18.
Donations to this institution, or loans of money On Female u CLLANOU i S., Allegory; Hint
to be repaid in work or articles made at the House to temporary Residents im the Country ; Poetry-On
of Industry, will be gratefully received by the Faith ; On Waterloo Bridge.
First Directress, No. 7 Pine-street; the Treasur- IEVIEW 0M EW PUBLI.CATIONS.
er, No. 39 Courtland-street; or by any of the Pearson's Memoirs of the Lite and Writings of Dr.
ManagerClaudius Buchanaan ; The Churchman dissuadied from
a res, nig a member of the Bible Society; Tne
Time Socetfor thePromotion of Indurstry in acct. Churchmain upheld in his Support of thie Bible Soci-
1 with Etliza Sadler, Treasurer. ety.
1817. -DR ir-saASRe-Y & s L'--'-'illi,: ,l .INrtL.I6neSC.
Nov. 25. To cash paid rent and other Great Britain ; ." i, 'Tweddell's lsemains;
incidental expenses, since last exhibit, Examination of the Elgin Boxes ; Result of tihe Con
Oct. 21, 1816, 487 3 toersy ; Magnetizing Power; Comet of 1811 ;
,Oct. 2l, 1816, $487 32 Chinmney Sweeping ; Heouse of Commons' Report
To dio. aid superintendent's salary, 245 Wretchiedsarsanmm Disease peculiar to tlie Chililrpn
To do. paid managers, to pay worksio- Case of Crueity; Machinery; Humane Suggestions;
ilen, since Oct. 21, 1816, 1425 97 List of N-,w Publications.
To do. paid for goods, materials, &c. REr, l, GIOS INTEL L.IGCIE.
aince do. 1576 70 'hurcl Missionary Sociey ; Birkersteth's Journey
se o 1576b7ia i stern Africa ; Satyka. ; Gregrees ; Converuation
Nov. 26. To balance of cash in tile with ti KBoys; Sierra Leone ; Re captured Negroes ;
rands of the T treasurer, carried to Victimls to the Slave Trade ; Palaver Meeting; Gre-
usewaccount, 5.20 53 gree Hut; Aniliairy Bible Society : Sla vesrsl cat
Ua~iaccunt 5,0 5 7 y IlCvessvew Cl)cp

$4255 61
1316. Cit.
Oct. 21. By balance on hand this date
as per account furnished, 75 70
Nov. By donation from thie honorable
I the Corporation, 500
By donations received tir.,:', the se-
cretary, since Oct. .' I I ii., 1275 65
By cash-received for articles, made up'
and work done, since Oct. 1816 2404 26

1817. $4255 61
Nov. 26. By cash on hand,'per contra, $520 53
Goods on hand, e-timated to produce
when sold about 600

$1120 53
Errors exreptsd. dec 10

JUST received by G. & R. WAITE, No. 54
Maiden-lane, a large and extensive assort-
imetof PLAYING CA RDS, consisting of
Crehore's superfine Eagles
Do do Speckled Backg
Do Henry Eighth
Do Merry Andrews
Do Highlanders
Hunt's superfine Eagles
Do do Deicaturs
Do Merry Andrews
French Cards, very flue
ALSO-large and small Blank Cards, ..ii
Copper printing do.
All of which they will sell wholesale and re-
tail ore very reasonable terms. nov 15
iEMY Writing, Folio Post, Foolscap, Letter
,Paper a plain and hot-pressed, and Pott Pa-
per, for sale by
J. L. TIFFANY, 114 Broadwavy,
dec opposite the City Hotel.

tinredi c. Society for Relief of poor pioius(iCrgy- ;
Report ; Receipis ; Cases; Russian BilIes- Society
Fourth Aunivenrary ; Prog'es a o tist Institution.
SCaprture of tire Indian Fortress of Hflatrasr, &:;C
Progressive restoration in France of half pay iftli-er ;
Coucordat ; Spanisli aid P'ortugueise Ameri cia Owcu's
Plan for their esxinctiomi of Pauperism.
Ecclesiastical Preferments. dec 6
A UNT MARY'S TALES for her mnepliqws
Ditto ditto for her nieces
Price 75 cents each, just received arnd for sale by
dec 1 92 Broadway.

SKETCHES towards a Hortus Boianicius
Americanus, or colored plates with a cata-
logue and conciseand familiar descriptions of ma-
ny species of new and valuable plants of the
West Indies, and North and South America.-
Also, of several other., natives of Africa and the
East Indies, arranged after the Linuaean system,
by W. J. Titford. Price 10 dolls.
A New Treatise on Flower Painting, orevery
lady her pwn l)rawisng master, byGeorge Brook-
shaw, author of tile Promona Blritannica. Price
7 dolls.
A Supplement to the above by the same au-
thor, consisting of eight plates of Flowers accu-
rately drawn and colored from nature. Price 6
Groups of Flowers drawn and accurately co-
lored after nature, with full directions for the
young artist. Designed as a companion to tie
treatise on Flower painting by tile abc. e auuthce.-
Price 7 dolls.
Six Birds accurately drawn and colored after
nature, with full instructions for the young ar-
t'.:, ...--Lcded as a companion to the above, by
thi. -..jAe author.-Price 6 50. Just received
and for sale by W.B. B. GILLEY,
dec 2 92 Broadway.

1 I(ELEIJS DECEIVED, a novel, by the au-
thor of An Antidote to the Miseries of
Human Life," Cottage Sketches," &c. just
public 'ed and forsale by
nov 21 11.4 Broadway,


Almonds, soft shelled, 11
i-- sltled,
AsHes. Pot,
-- PeallI,
Bacon, Virginia,
Beans, .
Beef. Mesi, ;
Cargo, .
Boston, No. .
Box rood,
Bottles, -
Bread, Pilot, -
-- Na',.
-- Cracker,
ni'lm :i, u -i-,I, -
r-- .l Ainricun,
butter, filit qu.ilVty,
---- for xr.ort.tiotr,
C ali.h.-s, 'l.h-il.,
------- Dipped,
---- Sperm,
.----. Wax,
Cheese, English,
Chocolate, New-York,
.- -- Albany,
Boston, No. 1,
do. No. 2.
Coal, Liverpool,
Scotch, .
-- Rhode-Island,
Cocoa, Caraccas,
Coffee, W. I. fine green,
---- do. 2d quality,
-- do. 3d do.
--- Bourrbon,
--- .Java,
-- Brazil,
-- Old White,
---- Mixed qnal. iuf.
Copper, Sheathing,
--- Draziors,
--- American do.
-- Bolts,
Cordage, foreign,
Cork Wood,
Corks, Velvet, f
Cotton, Sea Island, I
(- Georgia, Upland,
N- New-Orleans,
---- Teunnesse,
---- Borb. & foreign,
Cossas, i
Flag Ildkfs. silks.-
Currants, I
D)ick, Russia, 1st qiVal. I
--- do. 3d do.
-do..3dd od.
--- Ravens,
English, No. 1.
Russia sheet.-white ;
do. do. brown
Diaper, broad,
do. narrow,
Drugls ; Dye-strfls, al-
phstbelicully arranged.
Aloes, Cape, l
Antimony, crude,
Arrow Boot,
Arsenic, white,
Balsam Capivi,
Blark, Jesuit, Li. P.
do. do. Red,
do. Carthagenia,
Borax, refined,
Braziletto, t
Brimstone, roll, c
----flour, Sulphur
-- crude, t
Camwood, gro. c
Camphor refined, 1
Canthati'es, t,
Copperas, c
Cream of Tartar, 1
Gum, Copal In.
South America,
-- Arabicn
-- Guiacum,
Ilidigo, Flotani,
---- Bengal,
-- Isle of France,
---- New-Orleans,
--- Carolina
Juniper Berries,
Liquorice, Spanish,
R_------ Root,
Logwood, Bay, t<
-- Camnpeache,
- St. Domingo,
Madder, 11
-- Roots, Smyrna,
Manna, Flakey,
- Sorts,
Nicaragua wood, 1.
Opium, 11
Oil, C('astor, g
- Vitriol,
Pink Root, It
Quercitron Bark,
Quicksilver, tc

Rhubarb, East India, il
Sassafras$ tin
Saffron, ii

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ARTirt.I;. PCr'
Sal .Ainor,niac. Indian," It,
Sail Pe,.re, ren6 ..1,
Senaca RBout,
Senna Fol. Americao,
Easr ladsa,
Shumack, Sicily, ton

'_imarotrhIa, lb
Snake Root,
-- Vin-iri'rIs ,
Tu1m. I-i i: n.
\ i' A 'rl .i 11, ,i
Feathers, live,
Fish dry Cod, cwt
-- do. Scale,
pickled Cod, hbll
-- do. Scale,
spr Mackrel, No. I.
-(10do. do. N. 2.
-- Sout Shad, No. 1.
Shad, No. 2.
-- Conn. Mess Shad,
N. Scotia Herring, biox
New England do.
-I ITb
,-.I, clean, cash
----- rougihi
mumii :taniagra,
---- scatel, box
Limes, 1bbl
New-York superfine,
,Richmond, new,
Middlings, fine
Rye Flour,
fudian Mterd,
do. in lihds. t00
-'. heat, Norlih River, bush
o--- southern,
C(rn, yellows

,,i im ice ifran
Furs, Beaver, North Its
-- do. South& Vestl
a-- Raccoon, skinr
-- Mruskrat,
-- Martin,
-- ear',
Red Fox,
-- Mink, Nortlh,
-- do. South,
-- Otter, North,
do. South,
In price per. M. 1U.
iAn. dr. pier rix dollar,
.. i l.i glis 6 by 8, box
,--- .. 7 by9.
do. 8 by 10,
-- do. 10 by 12,
American, 7 by 9,
--- 8 by 10
'--- 10 by 12
-.J Irish, Ib
Gunpowder, American, 25lb)
Fi .-it.i,:
--- Cannon,
Hlams, Virginia, lb
N. River,
hi ''., Russian, tonl
Amer, water rot,
do. dew rot,
Yarn, Kentucky, Ib
Hides, Buenos Ayrcs,
West India,
flogs Lard,

-- -H Havana,
(Tops, first sort,
Florse hair, curled,
,Iron, Pig,
-- Bloomed,
-- Country Yefined,
- Russia, 0. S.
-- Swedes,
-- English Bolt, I
- Sheet,
- Hoop,
Leather, Seal,
- Dressed, upper
--- 'Upper, uudres.
Lead, Pig,
-- Bar,
- Sheet,
LUMBER, cargo prices,
Boards, Oak,
North River Pine,
Yellow Pine,
Albany Boards Pine,
Scantling, Pine
-- Oak,
Oak Timber,
shingles, Cyprus,
--- Pine,
Staves, W. Oak irhd.
) Barr.


Hhds. Red Oak,
3 heading,
1 84 Hoops,
1 70. Mahogany, bay, i,
St. Domingo,
S. ,\!,.l. :, -: Surrinam, e
70 -- Trinidad,
55 -- Havana,
-- St. Vincents,
----- Sugar-House,
Mustard, English, 1
----- do. in bottles, d
25 -- American 1
25 do. in bottles.,
--- Seed, I
71 Nails, cut, all sizes, 1
1; --- wrought do.
65 Spike, do.
S10 -- Sheatihing do.
5 1 ..' h -... -, t
2 .'ini i, long blue,
brt yellow
Company do.
60 white short,
do. long,
Naval Stores, Tar,
S---- Pitch,
20 ------osin,
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3 50
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9 75
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|i -- I .. 1 ir.
']-- 1.1, cJ. fT ai- -h.
I .J.. -1- I, ...rri,
100 .-- hale,
it -- Sperm Summer,
do. Winter,
33 Lead, Red,
4 lWhite, dry,
14. Ground in Oil,
l Ochre, yellow dry,
5i Groundinn Oil,
S.ipalnish Brown, dry,
do. do. ground in oil,
Varnisl, right,
4 -- black,
16 Vermilliou, English,
14 ---- Chinese,
12 50 Ivory black,
1i Paper, lS-heathing,
-- W rapping,
li Peas, White, Dry,
i C --- Green,
7o Plaster Paris,
S i'.,u, Cargo,
_-- Prime,
17 50 --- Mess,
I 0 Porter, mondon,
4 50 -- D)raft,
4 Brown Stout,
10 -- Draft,
10 Aner. Bro. Stout
Pipes, short,
25 Rags, Foreign,
0 5o -- Country,
10 Rice, new,
10 25. -- old,
7 50 Salt, St. Kitts,
Turks Island,
28 .-- Isle of May,
2 St. Ubes,
2 Lisbon,
1 Cadiz,
1 12 Liverpool blown,
87 -- do. ground,
Shot, An.merican, all size.
43 Skins, Deer, in hair,
do. shaved,
28 -- Goat, M1og, -
4 do. W. In.
2 5i ---- Morocco,
55 Soap, Smyrna,
P 5 -- Turpentine,
1 50 American,
6 pelter,
1 50 Spices, Cassia,.
'---- Cloves,
50 --- Ginger, race
5 --- Pure do. ground
4 50 -- Mace,
---- Nutmegs,
50 -- Pepper,
1 5 --- Pimento, J.
-- do. Spanish,
11 50 pirits, Brandy,C. 4thdo.
-- Bordeaux do. do.
14 -- Jam. 4th proof,
--- V. In. *3d proof,
--- N. Eng. 1st proof
---- Gin. k ollaind, lst
22 doPiil ..i. li,,i,.i.
16 --- do. Country,
7 50 -- Whiskey, Bye,
7 75 -- do. rectified,
7 ------ do Apple,
t---Peach branudyVa.
Starch, first quality,
200 Steel, Germnau,
--- English, Crowley,
8 '-- ..Blistered,
13-- do. Country,
c":a'-, Muscovada, prime
i -- Ad & 3d quality.
16 N. Orleans, prime
72 ---- 2d & 3d quality,
SO -- Havana, white,
8 50 2d & 3d quality,
6 Havana, brown,
21 -- 2d & 3d quality,
45 Mart. cla. white,
85 -- do. do. brown,
90 --- Brazil,
100 Lump,
95 ---Loaf,
95 Tallow, foreign,
10 American
7 Tea, Imperial,
35 Gun Powder,
3 50 -- Hyson,
2 50 -- Young Hyson,
6 50 -- Hyson Skin,
7 Souchong,
6 50 -- Congo,
30 -- Eolioa,
'Fin, in Plates,
20 Bllckl, India,
Tobacco, Richmond,
---- Petersbu rg,
15 ---- Potuinacke
25 ----- Kentucky
----- St. Domingo,
----- Ladies Twist,
3 50 Sweet scueted
60 --- 21 quality
---- Counmon
32 Twine, Seine
30 -- Sewing
165 Verdigris,
Wax, Bees, yellow
9 do. white
27 VWhalebone, Slab,
6 Whiting,
6o Wine, Maderia
60 -- do. L. P.
62 Sherry
6--- Colmenar
70 Tenerielb, L. P,
70 do. cargo
1 75 Lisbon,
1 37 Claret,
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*. Aiei'rtiseuents orderedin the S-~ECf-r ATro
formnre than one week, will hare the privilege
of one inerlion in the COMMEROIAI, nADVERTI
stR gratis.

lfontrea--Sr. Win. Langhorn, Librarian.
Three Rirers-Mr. Edward Sills.
Qnc, ber-Messrs. Shea and Walker.
7 'h'le price, including the U. S. postage,
is X1 12,. 10rd. IHalifax currency, per annum.

rgt' IlE subscriber, late the Public Administm-
I9 tor in the city of New-York, hereby gives
notice, that a balance of two hundred mul sixty-
one doillarsforty-firrcents, belonging to the estate
WARD, intestate, remains in iHis lhnds All
persons having any claims upon that estate, are
hereby notified to exhibit the same, with evidence
in support thereof, within six months from this
date. New-York, Ded.2d, 1817.
dec 4-C&S2 wR8w ?.. Broad-st.
A FARM situate in the north-west part of
the town of Montgomery, county of Orange
and state of New-York, formerly occupied by
Matthew.Terwilliger, deceased, z .l .oil-,'idn:.-
about 100 acres of land, suitably ..i.l..l L, 1.
plough, pasture, meadow and timber. This farm
has a desirable situation as to Church, Mill and
Market, and is worthy the inspection of either
Sri ..r gentleman. An indisputable title will
g. i .., and if prompt pay, the price will be
dec 6-C It&S3m
.1 Lvelling rlousie, Store .Horser, Barn, and/bur
acres of.Land for sale.
THE premises are situated in the village of
Coxsackie, and is one of the most desirable
for convenience and business, being at the inter-
section of two roads to the landings. The pro-.
mises consist of a two story dwelling house, 42
feet front and rear, ,anld 30 feet deep; a store
house one and a half stories high, 2 1 feet fi-ont
and rear, 30 fqct deep; and a barn, 40 feet front
and rear,24 feet deep. Besides the above, there
are wood and other sheds, with a well of good
The terms of sale will he accommodating, and
tihe price of houses and land considerably less than
the value of the improvements only. For parti-
culars enquire of
Coxsackie, or
sept 15-Clt&Stf
A VALUABLE FARlM known by the name
offanlon Vale, near Pe'ekskill, Westches-
ter county, state of New-York, containing 1371-2
acres, all in good fence, 50 acres of which is, co-
vered with fine growing young timber ; a large
orchard of the best grafted apple trees; a large
garden stocked with gooseberries and currants.
There can be cut in a good season at least six or
seven hundred dollars worth of Timothy, spear
grass and clover. The remainder of the farm li
not exceeded by any irnthe neighborhood fbo
grain and grass, and well watered by living
springs. The dwelling house is large and com-
modious ; the barn, carriage house, root house,
hen house, smoke house, &c. are equal to any in
the county. The payments will be made to
suit the purchaser. FP..-. ,!i. ., 1.. i. 'apl.a n
WHIETTEN, 67 B.--... -,,.:,.. r, N.', .York;
to Mr. JAMES DIVEN, Peelrkili; or to the
subscriber, on-i. p.riu: .who will give an in-
disputable title, aud possession as soon as the grain
and grass is cut. B. HANLON.
jane 19-Clt&Slawtf
C 'ONTALL )i P 1i acrres, with a DwetI1;.
l. House, built about fifteen years ago, a
Barn, Cider Mill, and other out-houses, situated
in tile town of Mamaronecrk ,ad county ofWest-
chester, twenty-three miles from New-York and
three quarters .f a mile from Manmaroneck land-'
ing. For further particulars enquire of Mr.-
HENRY GEDNEY, near the premises; at No
24 Hudson-street, New-York, or to the subscri-
ber, at present residing on the farm.
oct 17-C&Stf WM. GRAY.

.At Princetonr, N J'.
ONSISTING of three Dwelling Houses and
S Lots in the said town. Also, an elegant
Country Seat, fit for a genteel family, about hal a
mile distant from Princeton ; containing eighty
acres, thirty of which are wood and fifty cleared
land, in the highest state of cultivation, near e-
nough Lo send children to the College. Another
Farm, containing about seventy-seven acrem,
three quarters of a mile from the first; arid an-
other one containing eighty acres, one mile from
the above. A further description of the above
property may be hadis by applying to Doctor
VANCLEEF, at Princeton, or to the owner, on
the Iremnises. JOHN B. TEISSEIRE.
june -2-Cl L&Sly*
HTE subscriber offers for immediate sale, his
_T large and commodious Dwelling lHouse,
Barn a-Ad other out-houses, together with about
five acres of land, lying on the main street in
Fairfield, about 25 rods n'rth of the meeting
house, and extending. no less than 30 rods front,
with a fine row ofshade trees extending the whole
Said House and Lot are situated in a very
pleasant part of one of the pleasantest vi'l z- or
the Soind, and .-''hc -,r-it road from 'n.. l -i.:Irj:
to Boston-55:..i-: i ..-. .. York, 21 from New-
Haven. There is a considerable variety of fruit
on the premises, and the land is not inferior to
.any in the state. Whoever wishes for a delight-
ful and healthy sunuini residence, inl tie midst
ofgood society, and whose has chbilde'- 1c- edinc:st.
will do well to call a;d see. There is in the vil-
lage, a very flourisirg academy, where all the
elementary branches of a public education are
taught ; also a fine school for yo-ng ladies, be-
sides other goud schools tio smail childri n. The
above specified stand will be sold very !ow, and
possession given to suil the purcbr.ir;r. For terms
apply to the subscriber ou the premises, sr to
DAVID JUDSON, ELsq. Post ,aste:', Fairtield.
Fair-f"Mi, Conn. Sip!. 24, t Pi7.
s';. t27-Cldhw~iw&;S l a'wiw
' IE Lih out'f Petrach, colicted from nr1-
_t. mnrirs piur lat vie de Petrach, by Mrs.
Dobso, a new a:i. eloegat edition, pricE $4, or
c:df .. price go.5
.7tontgoinerv's Poeos., new and elegant edition,
p;-ie, "'"
'IL'hu -cnns ['ory "'f the late War, with on-
griavi:gs, price $2. Just received ard! for salad
dec 3P 9"2 roadwayy.

.V'O 60 [fULL-STRi -:.,T,

F[VE DOTL;...S ER -'..' '.V.Ul
Payable in advance.