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: December 19, 1817
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09487613
lccn - sn 83045488
System ID: UF00073183:00003
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Preceded by: Spectator (New York, N.Y. : 1797)
Succeeded by: New York spectator and weekly commercial advertiser

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and Scot!and aro to pcr!'.:. l tcn .1 .j1 n.i
tme, .ud those from iriiti L,,'H oJ Ly
order oi this Goveromnent.'

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gotoffwithout damage, but with loss of anchors and
Two lower masts painted green, and two pump.,
supposed to have belonged to a foreign vcsel, have
been driven on hoteincar Munaisloy
Arrived at Liverpool on the 26th and 27th Octo-
her, Zodiac, front New-York, in 44 days ; GratiLude,
do. 46 ; Potomnac,'do. 42 ; Ariitides, do 37 ;Hercu.
les, do. 31 ; Courier, do. 18 ; Nelly, Ekin, Quebec;
Parker-and Sons, do ; Dido, Maxwell, Philadelphia ;
Mary, Wilkinson, Montreal; Ceylon, Ferrier, New-
Orleans; Falcon, Lewis, Bston; I alter, Wat iainson,
New Orleans; 'Helen, Wilson, Richmond ; British
Union. Drevar, Quebec; Aldebaran, Boaden, Virgi-
nia; Glenthorn, Stillmnan,New York.
The following vessels have arrived at Cork :--Sally
frort Quebeec; Pocahontes, Post, from Norfolk i New-
Jersey, from Baltimore.
'l#,," It. jI,J-l, i ,1-i,. Capt. Gellimuyde, from Charles-
t..l-i, f.., .-I- %I, I.i i.,,j Plymouth, on the 18 l Oct.
with the loss of t.,.., ..,.

.^7Myer's (Liverpool) Mercantile Adver-
tiser, of October 23th, and the London New
Price Current of October 24, may be seen at
this office.
Prices at Bermuda, on the 15thANov.
Flour-Wheat, fresh, sup. S13 a 14, in de-
mand-Rye do. 8 a 9-Corn Mieal, ff a9 bbl;
Indian Corn, bush, 150cts ; Bread, Pilot, 9a
a $10 bbl; Navy do. 7a 8; Oats 50 a75 cts ;
bushl ; Apples, 3 1 a $5 per bbl.-Windward-
Island Rum 85 cts. per gall. ; Molasses 50 cts;
Sugar 9 j a $10 ; Coffee $20 per 100 lb.
Last evening, by tie Reverend Dr. 7omeyn, Mr.
KpOwLss TAYLOR, to Mi-s ELIZA LITTLErr, damghtr
of Jonathan Little, Esq. all of this ciiy.
At Yonker., on Wednesday last, by the Rev. AT.
IOWtLER, daughter of Captain I -aijaini Fowler, all of
that litice.
At Lo:ig Island, Jamps Pearsall to Miss Hannah
,, I!. i, ;., Fordhain to Miss Hannah
i.,._ .. '- "-' ..... M 1r G M .Stevensto M iss
*. t...... I .I I n H 8haw to M iss M Aria
;" "(*';-- \t Cambridge, 1i ,-" -, Crafts tq, attorney
Si .. .rid.ge water, to Miis Wartha Wlhitesidea-
. i I 1.
t .. ., .... M ... M itf
-- i -. -.i ', '. .- : .( -
I' ,,-,,tu .. I-R -,7 ,7-'Tt-.'- mvi ,, -
Oharial Johnson to Htannah J-y; Fayette Laplain to
Liacy tamsdell ; Richird llowell to Roth Stapl'sa -
Jesse Lake to Lavina Cook ; George Aldrichi to Polly
Patten; Jacob How to Candes Adams; M-atthew
Armationg to Sally Sherman; Evans W. Dodge to La-
vina Knap--At Philadelphia, Capt. Robert A derson
to Miss Sarah Ann Enale-In Suttnn, Jonas Leonard
Siblhy, E q. to Miss Margaret Nusom Monroe-'n
l.orurtv, Peter G. Robbins, M. D. of Bostn,, to Mrla.
P. Hoper--lnNew Be.lf'ird, Capt. t. ye to ,i ii
Elza IW. Tallnan-At I' i ...l .. ..', .lmes Elli,
Esq Pot lMaster of Car % '. ,.. Vaugi,.

Yesterday morning, suddenly, DaviD Kic, aged.
16 years, step son to Tobias Ryckma;l.
Last evening, after a lingering illness, which she
hire with :I i : i.. i, d i-:. ,1; l to the il l
oftier inai., I- i' l I ,:i-.-: I,.i 1. -l a blessed
re.urrection beyond thle grave, MARY, the wife of
lattiw Slharpe, ia the 30th year of hr age.
The relations and friends offer husband, and those
of his brother Peter .1. are invited to attend h :".
ti1enral to mor,. -.-. ... pr .-'-, at 3 o'clock,
from thle house c *.1 .. ,. i .... Cornell, N ; "
Ferry street, Brooklyn.
At Boston, on Saturday morning last, the Rev.
RRANaCIS JACKSON, Pastor of the Church at Darien, in
.* ..;. -ed 29, son of lgajor Dmaniel Jiackson, of
At Utica, Mrs. Jane Wood, by her cloilthes taking
Gre-At Ovid, Mr. J,.-aI Hogarth-At Philadelphia,
Mrs. Aan Clark;; Mrs. Mary M'Canl- -"J" 50-111
Pennsylvania, Mrs. Mary 11eed,3 ,; Dr. I11 Brad-
ford-At Georgetown, S. C. Mrs. Charlotte A"Vi. oa,
33-At Darien, Geo. Capt. B. Dodge, of N,.w York,
a native of Salem, Mass.-Near savannah, Mrs. A,-
nes Hlal--At New Hartford, Mrs. Fanny Sher.iil, 1,!
--At Boston, Mr. John %% I,1-. 1-. Mrs. Ma.rtha
M-artin, 74 ; Mrs Mary I -..,.:, ,M. Andrew Oh-
ver, 71 ; Mr. Caleb Adamsn, 68In \Vest C:unbridge,
widow Rebecca Cutler. .J-ln Portland, ,ri. Caro-
line Pope, 25 ; captain Thomas Btnrnhani, ,l9--kt RPii-
eford, e. Daniel Cleives, 46--in Shrw.bary, .
.1' li. .i.. "-l.il. .basset, NMrs. Tower- In New,
I.' .',-..., 1, i H .... ,,I Warner,83-A-'t alem, Mhr.
Ik .5 ..i 1-In RIandolph. Mr. Aio, 'I'lr-
er, 4, by suicide-At Sandy Bay, Glout. Mr. l.,niel
Gott; Mrs. Rachel Hasket, .l-in New Bedford, Miss
Diana Butler, 19.
Drowned, in rtrondwvater Village, Westbrook, Mr.
.Josrphl Chonery, aged 18 years.
Ship Amity, Stanton, 44 days from Liver-
pool, with dry goods, &e. to Isaac Wright andi
Francis Thompson, owners.
.,l i." n' i t I i, -I I ..-i .'.cw Haven, II day?
frol I. h. ...... 1 /. .,tl. .It I Cornwell& t-lawS,
M. Merritt, and J. L. Bowne. Y-l-.-- -,- -t 5 PE
M. 7 miles SE. ol the Highlands, .. i .. di-
masted sloop, no person on hoard, saw au iiward
bonnd ships' boat go along side the sluop, thbi.
:,..,. it. atmastandboomsupplosed I .,.
1. *h. .T, name on her stern, had .. .1."
fBr. schr. Rover, StuckAeld, 30 days from Port
Maria, Jam. with rum, pimento, coff..,, copper,
&c. to Port & M'Kinne, Patrick, Aynmr ,,I Co.
Schr Gazette, Setby, If- ,.v. from Port-au-
Prince, with cotice to I ,i." : ., Hamilton, own-
ers. Passengers Mr. Sears, lady anid servain.
i'firt f /DO, o !, De'c. 13.
Arrived at Marblelien Dec 1i, brig itlh, fror,
1. ..... for Boston ; Aesson, Long, frc'r.; Para and
i ,. fishiii Ve'SSels : a.mot!g tite!'i selr 1\ e ].ra,
j "'r w with i i-'; C 1.--' ..... '.. in part of the
c!< w ' .. ', t.i ,. t "' "> :, and Was aiban.Onit-d on the
' ... ..i" .. ...... h of the crew wv e takeoff
the wreck by another .rarhlihead schir.
Loss f Ihe. ,, Doirh,af Bultm 'nau---The ship
i ,.n I I h .. i i. i ,' 3 altiiiim 'efor, f \w r-[er.
,1 ,d' ... : i. ... logwood and hid,s
when ,,* .. *. ,I 'j ,., aleak;, n'iiiih ~o xtitiiitle
to increase, unti the men wa't' nearly exhausted, and
tl e w a t . o o r O ., l ht |
Nov. on I.. .... .'... allen in ",",'y tthr;
his!liiii. schrs Franklli, Success, and Romp, who toon
off the otacrns and crew, (13 in number) atd they i}l
arrived lit Marl head Ca Tilrsday. Ti'he',Dl M
owned by ?,ir. Jacob kda-jis oi BaltiiLcc.;..

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R c > t *taki gl a wrong.course. IJe beheved that tlie tioilero J ctnon 10 retaninn tlesc t I I,,.. I 1/. 1,,,,i rl l.he k-_fl... pI,,m,.inlU, IL u par oflh ica!,-r- -il
ing Debate, which occurred on the final rea- repeal would be unpopular; that the people believed we could! inontho;r have asr,.i ... l ,| -,.,_ .r," l,,is t, ,li,,r, ..f (he I.in,ted Sale-, ; remnov'e all ,ueasoneis on the subject."
.ing of the bill, although it merely glances at were no longer to be isled by names, audal- treasury. If "."' h ,,I', with a l.uI .... 1.,, I,, ,h L ,, II I.,-,, -, 1i..:. lpn,, i i u lh ti huh- A l-er ,orn the Agents to Lloyd's at Ge-.

?.ho merits .." ii.: *jb i.:l, will be read with ready saw that it was better to pay their tax- means wouhl .'", i e iound of spending it, .,, ,O.. i ,o .,,,., i,: ..!,,. ,-,r nr, ol, and noa. d-ted on the 11 th of October, and pub-
., cs directly lhan indirect to "-.l.c g..icri ,...... a. lt at probably in projects not the m ost u elu.l .,1, M |. '. h ,.1 .i I. ,,| ,, t I, h re r, t :' i 1 reoo
onsiderabtciuterest : M r. B. said, he was unwilling tofrust to the or advanta'eons to the comnnuunity; and, if the ..t ,e l Il".:.,,. I .,: ,-. t ,:i- -, iL "e 1 1ur.rol lle ll commu ,.ln
e we r 1 ta ta-w w i .b i aId h 1 .etaI 1, wn s to, fI.d..urs elves h .. r.*. .I ... Ii ,,,,_"C. hk1' t1.< 1n b J. le il.o. f.,l, u I m. ( ior ant com e or i oinaonm -
[Coptied fro rn the N national luntelligencer.] assura uceof the aum m itteeof w ays and !ne 'ns 0 xsoo 'vi h t ,a st h an /in th eo emer-a l u it .i n .0 H i : lel:w n np r s rc m e ci l i f ~ .
h q u t i g h a a at d S h]that tax es w i e i ag iu l id Sw -er g ency, I stead ofre usta g rep a ed tax es, w outat.Ii. .,,.1'pe. ld. i.r h.. .,- r. o, Ir r b. t or, .-- li e e n el se y ou a co p o lan C hi i actoI
he bill ,u-ss?. ,.:.IhWi. ,-. tef-. ta i a w'. hng, c r e. Ilebt esleve ld ]i h lay new taxes in addition, to the same h.- .'e..na I -.,l, 1 ii. l.d l, e | iamperor of Ge .r, iu), dated Milan, '.-.i
".he hilt (s P ? asked? jNotnintil .the tbird session after thc amount us tisca *,*:.s
Mr. l.:.- .-.-.".ofPenn. rose. To oppose war was declared.: it wasn't until ther go- eIt u r" i lv, per c c, alolt b tion inst. by which it appears that all foreign cot- t
n measu,.,n h..i, h,1 been recommended by vernment was destitute of means, that the the taxes oc or to ta ve then ,if I; but Ie seven nmillious, which bore out five per cent ton-and woollen manufactures are prohibited
-he President, and woui probably be most taxes were imposed--and before the proceeds held it to be the duty of this house to the people, interest, and night or might not be paid, at in his States. This Decree will seriously iSe-
-,l._,],,i. reeid by a great majority ol the of them flowed iuto the treasury, theistock wheI there was revenue ehou to meet rite the pleasure of the government. The taxes, ,dre the. traedeon thi pla e, aI yoebery, a vesse
people, hsad, would be a ett so utterly of the government had been hawked about public expenditure, not unnecessait y to cmonliue therefore, were not wanted to redeem that dbe tmo as e vessel
hopelessof success, as almost to amount to an to any bidder, and the government itself ihad the public burthens, stock. Thesamegenlleman hadalsonoticedva- which arrives from England, a third part of the
absurdity. He should not attempt it; hut at become the prey ofevery shark and usurcr in. Mr. iohnes, ofMassachusfitts said thle pray- ri, us projects on the taibleof this lhouse,which cargo is for housesin Lomrbardy, who deal in
tho same time it seemed to him to be both an the stock alleys of the nation. When the tax- er of every republic ought to be, give me nei- might occasion the expenditure of money.-- those articles."
oicial and conscientious duty to express and es should be again wanted, they would be a- thr poverty nor riches. A young gvern- When that bonor'able gentleman had beenIon- A rm bl ntce f raiflt
act upon the opinion he really possessed upon gain delayed, till the nation was on the verge me'nt, like a young man, was very apt to be ger in this House, Mr. P. said, he would know A remarkable nstace of the ap flcta-
every important question of legislation upon of bankruptcy. However those might think ambitious ; and when we have money, we ave that there might be many projects offered, tion in the price of British stocks, occurred on
which he was called upon to vote. a the who recommended the measure, and those who an opportunity of gratifying that ambition.- whichwouldinvolve theexpenditureofmoney, the 23d of October. The London Traveller
performancee of this duty, (said h) but with- were now precipitating it "h,... ,;,, the iHouse, Anotier objection to having more money than but which would never pass. But, was the of that day states this extraordinary fluctua-
out troubling the House with an unnecessary the public opinion, he was satisfied, was os the we want, was, that it created too many calls House to legislate on the possibility of expen- b t a aoia
and useless discussion, I must give my voice otherside. H-Ie represented a part of the cunn- on the treasury. We have already found out ditures being authorized ? Surely not. Some tion, and assigns the causes of it as follows-
egainst tte total repeal ad extinction of ou try which might be supposed to be interested, that we have a small surplus in the treasury ; of these taxes, Mr. P. said, were not only in- A great fall took place thtfis morning in the
ystemn of internal taxation. I hoald it to be and the people there wore opposed to the re- and it has already generated a g, i ..... convenient but oppt'essive : he instance the price of Stocks-Consols opened at 82, fell to
v,.wise in any nation, particularly in a nati peal, which he believed, with them, to be hos-j claims n i. He presumed that, ... ,.ih~c dollar carriage tax, producing, small as it was, 81 81 80 A 98 for the Account and 79
new rimghng largely, and somewhat keenly, tile to the best interests of the west. Mr. d. end of the session, where there was one thou- 70,900 dollars, and operating with extensive ain S 98es. _tsoe o ccount, and
too, in the great national concerns of the said he did not wish to enlarge upon tis h sub- sand dollars of surplus, there would be atl- and vexatious inconvenience' in particular 3-47-8 for moey. At one o'clock, they were
world and of course exposed to all the dangers jact-be knew it was useless ; and if the gen- lion of demand. It would be. rather a singu- small states. Hle regretted extremely that at 80 7-8 81. This depression was in conse-
,s.l s ou ot eti iveit- tlecmen who were pressing forward the snea- iar position to find a Hlouse ot'hepresentauves thegentlemanfro Pennsylvanita had not more quence of the warlike preparations of this
,sal til onitysoueeme 0o1 revnn wiob ohithean sore tl:ought they were ru.aning the race of it -that they who hold the purse-3riutgi of the tino to examine the facts respecting the roev- n Ty to Artilr
command and rely upon,at all times, and i pypaulay, he should impede their progress u a uion should be urging money mto tile pock- .ne and estimates, to enable him to dce country It posvey stated at severa
-1 Jealons; whether the pohltica-!at, mos, ....re b'tt a loe, minutes. But be wished gentle- eIs of the executive. \Ve are told by the ex- wit., ,;ore satisfaction to himself: but the pe- provision merchants have been applied to, to
bu disturbed and shaken by tie stwins of war, men to ref'lect a ,moment, whether the substan- ect'tive, said Mhr. ;/. thal there is no need of culiar situation of this bill forbade a delay furnish meat and biscuit, as well as 10,000
- ueponstesin tih traiu lieyoreace. We are tiu n interests of the country would not be Serni- these taxes: l that hran-h ofthle government which he should otherwise be glad to afford to tons of shipping for the conveyance of troops
evoe i otant- aqu e Laiounol s expegs rience on sly injured by the vea ture. It would ap- would la ll tihe rcesponsmDhlvy, if the treasury gentlemen desiring it. If the gentleman had In t re. _ur i t he s dcs, thc r e e
on tlas subject; and have seen and felt Ihow pearlto him he said, before repealing these should become as emply a, nguth apprehended, examined the bill and the whole subject with e and stores. R"mobr.frther adds, thata fleet
raimous itis u wait until thae eneimy lines uur taxes, they ou-ght to wai till hwLards the cue and wu suuld require mo.ry whlin we cannot that acutenesof wliich he knew him to be ca- of men of war and frigates is ordered to be l
aas, and cuts ulte posibility of receiving of'the session, al see what expenditurtsCohn- "obtai it. As regard a systemri uf n,;,rnal pable, he whouldh not have supposed that gen- provisioned forfour months, and to sail imme- I
sm)?fies to c t "aa day s"rateesttris sxnrraordrosryigftucta"

t oouteHustan unnem t e. Proteins r pro- tae a'aon, f '. lw s ta iHe hoated tuo a ye should tlomen, in voting for the repeal, wore rnnning diateh- for the Mediterranean. The late fre-
a dsel es s. .s c i ,I e aI', l i sna nfodcthe ij"",i atnd orphans uot fi,[ers ,vel .., i. 1,se11sofitsryo such s :-fstem es- araceofpopularity.
praulcog revenue from within. I the peo- killed in battle, ;r ".ecting three .,,ilioaal I.,.on, : e hop : internal Lt.<.tu would Mr. SM'rm, of North Carolina, rose, since q,'eet meetings of the Cabinet Council are
!eatre evf ier liig ta a eiron .. lrd it w:iben military acadep mie, for estw e fishing a corf s i"f ily t..',1,adit i.d 1 t w Qen the exigencies of the i,. i .. ,,,t, ,,,:,, hliad adverted to the oppres- said to have been for the purpose of taking
c-, ry thl e aI reed ntonpa rratsiu ear tli t ipvalids, &c. were .fe tie Houc, .ad ac ,nl3 rt ed it ; and then, and the, only, siveness of particular taxes, to speak of a tax into consideration the refusal of the Spaniards
.to vI.it he agecianuai concearsun O.fthe bilo had been areatu; reporte. tor co:mu- 1omJtd h1fI .,6 cs ,., lu w reit. It is o.ious tu the which operated gri'vioesly on the district t og i. one of t re o, the re
vernmet, of distress to the public credit, tgsohliers' lads olur ,i.aey, wnich, us pub- soaPd .. la s. p,,,ici,. th t there which he represuted -the tax on distillation. poneofteforressesintatquarer,
-vrd ix oforeepsdt l h agrsjc-eko tia sls adiie,~_lo fItnn.. I oldbcedeed ig-snalsaes i egetd xrmlyta to80 Englanhisdepressionlate Treaty. Th

-' !;-:-it?'! "ft )aus, allin t a heavy dis- sed, would of itshl requr.e tein grilliondt ,,e wa: 'rpeat ., *:i].n, 1. A ioe itreaution of ur Wiho were the distillers? he asked, and par ceded to England by the late reaty. The
St,.i 'tile O l s o n ce of ev en ea schi c l- i dollars. henceene is tlris :onev i t oe ? i. i ca e( :sltn i, o ;ivig' i it (;Oitgres ttho ticularlv of iVhiskey. W ere tliy the far- dispute does not appear likely to be amicably
,.attics'^ "1^ bykepu:I/' raoabead oe rFyt*F., 1...-'.,, .of a ,vit ul,,,.s, ,L<,h- p-" .^.h +,lyi itc,,.,lax... He said he be- mclr> wvio lived on the sea-bnard, and obtained arranged. These, and the rnnmours already
roe. system o1 lnlerna,< taxation on objects ject!5 to whicit to ap; ly thessnr.!us otf rev.nuc, ;ve' hcai a ht at rids t .lii, p.;rc. !ae. er it d ha b -popn- great prices fo- their crops of grain ; or were noticed., ha e h ad the e et o r alrean th
p.,er.y slcoted,, and judicuvsly e'olhctcd. Mr. iL. std, that olc eo, .,.n h,.. w.;-,ti,,- ,r ., npupular to ,.'Ih,...+ tI,, ,,nle from .they the farmers of the back country, produ- ntcd' have had the effect of lowen te
.. ,- .,; ,_ ,_ -. .. asinrgl'lthe paopld ai lung as the twenty o. nilm ', he:f ir *h(- l; 1 ..: xes, it e, wmlld be l tM ftor (he o to bo e mg l i m tngrai m and at a ereat distance from Fnda th-et pe" ce t. in the course of two
. I I'" .. : ', *.. . .' + ]. ^"' ' *.... .. . . ..- .. + p .' i >l' i~ ; ,' l b ..' r ; .il nr''' h i, !; ie d t o b e m; a r k c i a n un d c r t ( l i e en c s s i t y o f c o n v e r t i n g d a y s a n d f m n t h e p r e s e n t f e e l i n g o f t Ih e P u b -
-y sh a ..I ". i i s toa S a d u1ir di t ap'. ..i, "ivr, 1 f p ni e hn Bpiin i b e a .h, ,". y o o a d frwh tthe present feeli of ubI pro
,aw a mode, ate sou!plly frmn thel i i time frot ia HIeL treasury reupot, thiet .iv ,.'i ttgn te c- *iouIld be un hilliig,, f cr him e'lf, tb take any ket ? It was the latt er class, he said, who paid so n mo e c t,, ,_ b e a 1 l re dt, t
o. their p!'osperin than to cone douwn iup ,un s nt^ yiar truly eitj.e: n tiuiil;o r :,,"stuck'. ha .J *,h1'"c of lhe i.es ,,J si il|)I uf uc nti ,m ng a bro- a considerable portion of Ihat tax, which also rhe ouse I1-"" "*--'" r r
t,,-, wih a pnadcikg oppresio tin tiie (t > of ben ,'cdennt d ailo.he:.; *, ,,,.Ii the par.- ken system, as il had b.en a|,tly <.escribed- heavily affected thuse who converted into buyers could be had even at a quarter below
_cilcuh}y. The huuorable chaiaua of the lars o ttr:an;l.u, ihe :;::: *)wt'):.rt t ', an imtperl.'ect andr l unequial systi'm of ill- spirit the produce of their orchards. The tax the market price. The Commissioners gave
committee of ways and means, with the dis- M;r. i. said, he shumed iu:u itmwo .1.,,I' du,.:,, ternal haxrs, lt t; ,: soin >vert a perfect on distiIatio, was in fact, a taxon agriculture, 79 7-. Reduced, and were served by one
crtion and rell,.ctinu which belung to himi ofthis ei 'lchteu miliuis ;.was i ,. ,: id on ; flit l i.Ifque.gel t.n anh clas..es of ci.uerns ; ahlmos f much a the d 'irecl tax. It was, be- e
adm :ts the proposed repeal is fe uded of i our bee nsub.-cribcd to 'e ;har..: ;l, and vieai; ; lrorI t; i 't, ,-oe' e o me Ai yal ,ou asppreh nec dsa y exaina, des, d teq ilu. l, as he shawaed by various illos- broker ." s
3ta;e ofpe..o and its probable continuance wa.s of othe-r stock. lften or .e.ivtin t:' aMlc s : '"* ;p..sp i, ,1 .n'ghl .. :ai rIavi jli r c 'n trnoita-.. c e le dsof eihd ieso, in respect to this The annual session of(lhe States General of
with at! tie world, and frankly declare!, that of that stock were, as he presaii.;, .n:: re- *."gg it ; but, ha i,:ng nnr u!. uf thoso puidlitws, ;.l.t, :;i; juslness of lhe argouneat, that the Holland, was opened, on the 20th of October,
if our foreign relations were ot.'rw:'ssga, he deem:tble, it would take away oae strou, ..- hu ,.oupt ,;: ,in tthiuss lmulihln;J fabric of coasuneir paid the tax : because, he said, the by a Spe-ech from the aKing.
would oppose t repeal. Are we not, U-i -, guni, :: tfr tilo repe:d ofi he taxes by .f.. laxatio,1 ;,* .' i s, he it,- in favor olf c iee tax re vcnted tv he distiller from cor nging tio L' ford tel t e trne. e l ae o
trusting too mu to s Ye.s,ir, an ct to ic tu apply t% surplus rove- ing" up tl an: ,s a mlitl-y sci o; ti a- cmpeition with foreign liquors, and thus Lod ellingto returned to .onon on
<.ouhl be assured of perpetual peace, we miiht anue. 'ithre were, M:;--'.." a--luded by :Lming, vy, loo, he ho|'i:d wonld be ah -ays cherish,,d, threw the burden of rite tax on him. He the 25thofOctober, for a few days; on h-s own
do nony excellent' tings, and avoid many various coiniaer-e:- ra ,!.. )ipcured on his to defend our rights on tie ocean, as it onte thought the :isiuler had the same right to private affairs.
oeils. Do we not keep up our armies and na- mind against. the pau;'e o.f ".i. bill; iat he" lmas done. ei otth those objects should be well bring .it- complaint into this House, and to
v because war imty corne; and should we wished not to take up uh ,r1+Hi, of the Hinuse. attended to: but, if we had already revenue ask a respect for his interest, as the manufac- Our LosNoN ConKsEsroxs .Te has favored
0t, for t "he same reason, keep up the means, He had briefly st:ated s.,e +i"f tha re:O:.S whiy enough for bo., and for all other expenses of turers of iron, sugar, or any other product. us wit statements of/ thei'ice o/" 'heat intlee
ao s the only Tnahs, by which we can main- he conceived tho bil; itpuiifc and o'a ruin- the governments, and tar the rapid rede;ptlion The me. tn on he pusc a f s lhe bill waes tweve JtI,.,ratin Districts of Egland and
tain this arnyanid navy when their aid sha!) ous tendency to tlre important interests- uf th oi the puh ie debt, -vithont th aid of ,he1v ta-o- iken deterwi,,cdi Y"eo.t andj a aU,,oe hat, s e ondu and thirdewees
be required ? ie are to expend a mintht a country, es., should they be reta d ? He ivs for Wales, from the first, second and third weeks
r t--. Ser.eant, of Penu Iovay netfut giving an opportunity r. ur pepe be L aet o .t. t a at by which the importation was to be regulated
tltin this to support theof arm y, oar th of which + ". e en '"rea u, f Pon y C3 t, "ort "o ke' to prospeIrons, that, when th .c direct aid si, ht aitz a- f lee ra te gr l on1 the di lstr
will be useless itf we are never again to be the questou. In the thchold of his remarks he pa be necsar, t&hey may be i a candtn evening of the ship ./il, Captain Stanton, in on th 15th of November. Tie prices, for
troubled with war. Desides, Sir, if do not dilie a teno to et into the ro d disposition to coe forward and cheerful- 44 days from Liverpool,we have received, from the 3d week, vary in the dierent Districts,
!.---I,11!- !-xopatarity, whch hea been spo sen'O () .a. .. o .. ...`rl~ il o l, h v r helk ilrtc as e ,a d p r IIl

Sisjudge some diats already exhibited subet o i this kind there ougt to ba bliof y contute t. u Mr, H. said, he appre- CLon P 71s to 9 e ave toom to
, 1 ay -oad r se I t.i w ouad dowa n ci, powerf- ul a ..hJ, were all actuated by t mo- I"ded i rec ence ol no s sa1 of t tthv oftthe O give the statements entire. The ...-ll. .,- is
,, paoleadis ttre adg dona tpimoentous eflm tiw, p.tcnu-r.y oua question whet i" ap- l1""s a we had lately seen. Our tials have to thdcvs.iag tlh ofOctober : Lloyd'sica
,a thesis resting 3 this momentous i ; a ,i te weig of ._ .rnnt was a h In seen ti worst eyils of our Lists to the 2th; and the London jYew Price the average price in the tweve Dist.icts 1r
bhing us agaiul t the field of slaughter. Iwu in favor of the L..al; audit was to ed,:-vo to !diy. Currfnt to rthe 2.1th all inclusive. By the the first three weeks:--
ra-iny have to minuch money, (wicih, by the shew, that, in voi,. to, repeal the iit"nal hu- M ir. Barbour, of Virginia, sai, that:a I '--. Fortheweekendinroct. 4.-74s. 8o r.vd.
bye, is a story we heard once before) why not ties, the members of to, house might act from he was satisied this bill would pass, and a- same arrival w have alo Liverpool papers dg Octl. .-7Ss. i4d.
ru( Iove the-iipost froI salt; reduce the ton- reason, and not from a desire fpopularity, that though, wh len he c i'.eC i:to te House to- and Miercautile letters to thie 2 sHth. Extracts 0on. O,;t-- os. o t
I tag; reduce the duties on sugar, cof-ee, tea he rose. I the first place, wlh respect ;., the day, he had nothing h1. an i!.cnton of utter- from each will be found under their respective o. do. Oct. 18.-79s. id.,
and other aittiles, no longer luxuries, but ne- sys!t:m of internal axation, he sai._, he wa. not ing one word upon it, he ihu .h; it his dry to heads Price of Briish Stocks in London, October 24.
<,esaiics of life for the poor as well as the prized how the rgament applied, v Vich re- vidicbate the principles which ,"',t d ii iu in hee yof O db r t, e p n Bank Stock, 283 1-2
rich; why not eIpend the surplus in the inter- com nende t 1e c,*. l ktmance 01 a systlemI ; I,,- i ns vot|e o, the bi l before Ihe hut,-. i0, )re- 1 L ,L Co'eir-?-ofll 23d of1October, (aM.--
nat iproAement of our country, su loudly caute t1he greater pI- d c of trhe system wi''e".h had mi d1, that, ," 3.-1. ,. .ce hC.o, .;l. ;1 isterial prina) we are happy to find the follow- t J per ceny console, 1 *1- 3- cs4 s
.ailed for, and so much reurd I shall been estabised th very bone it, ha e wasn o deg .. by a r for ig r rk is gratifying to be able to 4 per cent. consols, 97 1-2 3-4 3-8
trouble the louse no further on this subject, tak" ot, an thre, remaed oe hat dozen pourity, except t ha it e a esire ibr p p 5 per cent. navy annuities, 107 1-u 1-w 1-
-*,. r> i-.u t \o say t whiile /ppus mthe general! de-i "o taxes, whicb seecuiei, t.i hin've Ueen left, iiiK as ;', ""u iu..n u lp as~ u c.drta vr cl con
antobsy, latwlileopps the gen erdlde- conet-tu iia syc iscerlai, ', but to ar-'c[vor which o Yllp us od decl corret- assure our rncre-vryrehaou P-ce fhItcan Funds .n London, Oct. 24.ber fs o
strIuction of all the internal taxes, there are o gai'ellt thepossiblol chace o ltle- delic f v i th ly according to our hin. *e sitnos, when lthe frott America alftirds reasons to believe that New i onaprie r .T nts, i ondiion, O. fao
some of tliemn I would gladly dispeso with. avenue. Let gentlemen look 'i the tes e- iterst of h ion is concerned. Passing the desire to be on the most friendly foo l'Iing N e "Loans 6 per cents, with dividend from
Mr. 3aidwin,aof tenn. said it appeared to mainiog, nt see w1hyt11e they dtl not -;resmct hmr" that remark. he caine to Ilb question with G'eat Btrilain, animates more and more October. 105 1-2
n to be _I siugular thling, that, whilst, only them.-elves i that view to them. Now, it a- whether', uadcr existingcirustlce, it be the ounciis of the Am,,erican,,, Government. BRank Slhares, 3 15
threo years ;,go p congress were legislating pea.red to himb, Mr. S. said, instead o .i ,, a- or b; not good pzi, cy to retail, tholctem pro- "" s 0 lll b "o il
th,,se taxes into existence, and paying a pre- boot maintaining a systelt.... .., .; ,i i posed lo hb repealed. le bogged leave to is.. l .... re rapidly giving way to wiser 1rom the London Traveller of October +24.
:nium of .30 fI'er cent to the usurers for the *turn their attention to the t ,....I. i ..i retf.ark, that, according to his idea of the the- views of the true interests and policy of both
.i e T e ,,,itil s. ssion,] t ha t a teusia en erqadlo of

sn o feythey should now be ;.. -;. I ic n. ,,c ,, i ,[ see whether there was any ol e of the ,:Txe, ury of our govLermlcat, it was never expec- n 1rt, and wc have everyreason to believe seie s aI th t l e Rudssian squadroia s oftI
wasciled a surplus revenue ; not surplus in which, on the grouud of it own merit, ogh to ted by the fraI ors of the constitution that iu- o i v e to eve seven sailo the le and several gates with
ifut, but in anticipation. Hle knew, he said, be preserved. To atleast four, o ot .-ixof the eternal taxa:;io was to be a p.Irmaneni t pll)cy that all the discussions and negotiations be- 10,000 troops on board, isexpecledat Ports-
.,at it was not permitted to him, and to other taxes which remain, Mr. S. said he had, on ge- ofourgovern: at. Looking into the book teen the two Governments will torninate to mouth, where preparations are making for ils
-(ung members, to take time to give a due neral grounds, decided objections, and wouhl i-iun which we derive most of our ideas on thesatisfaction of both." reception. This is the squadron from Revel,
examination to the subject Ahe had request- pro ery muc, if the revenue derived tro h tieor ur gvorment and which Areport as published i several of the p d, a otsou toel tind t
ed it yestray and been refused, and Y e was the wa, !eJessary, that it s"old- bo -lleted ight e redlardtned rtrndtoftelpuranus eon I
heretlbre ubiiged to go into the subject with- from other objects. He istanced, as a duty position of 1 constitution, it appeared that London papers, on thlie 23d of October, that a the, Mediterraneau. A .. t, ,. arrived
<:tm c c n ie ^ Ief rrng to thice s t a *ie ^ul oi e'fl n br ,th to t^ rfni g taxes on imports were expected to'be t e rin Russian fleet from Revel w\as ex pc;ted at in t"own yesterday ftrom Portsmo 'th to con-
,teoftheTeaury,oftheexpendturestor which, atlmerrods, .....- .. cipal sources the Revenue. This was not Portsmouth, with 10,000 troops on board. fresh beef duri its tay at Spithead.w
S i year. I nday vriton etwe .rt od- .... ,, .. drawbacksks, &. ts only th ie ,a h of the fro The Couricr of the same day expresses strong Yesterday i sisters received dispatches
,,, C cej. i rsofte- Jttuiobne t a s n 'tost25h cotbrfrafwdynhi w
,,ou e ft,] ke a pireso- e pen t ualea ce. wfo te inext, brarT" f .C ,,,! ,,,. .... .. ,, ,-, L, i .j.v, 'v ..le10 ( l h e h u~vi f ti a i H

_r which be could not account. The esti- e,1 o. this tax, as .... 1, l ,'..... ". '"",,11',;,-,. rect in principle, because most convenicnt to doubts of their being troops on board; but from Malta and Gibraltar. By letter from
mite tr the Aimiy, for instance, was two mil- bers who represented the towns where" it was the people, re would not go into an exam- thinks it not at all improbable, that the ships, the rmer place it appears tat Adral Si'
i osc tis 4 wtchd l e not t0 .exoenow. _niothingnad appear- clwas oiso extremely oppressive, : ,lit,,, v., ,, terns of internal and external taxation : it on tle> to a nd y 1 P t' o tr Ch a u,
,-.l wi,>c; s.-Aused Mim that Congress could do out discriii.ruinioni on every one who was honest- was sufficieut to remark, oin this head, that '"outl, tor fresh. provisions aud water. T^ashiwgton, with the other Americau ships,
jiaiuce to tLe .-*.,-,:-" ia taking otF the taxes ly ,.J ,: ., by retailing to obtain a lHeli- the one was compulsive, the other voluntary. Letters from Merchants at Lisbon were re- had also been. The Weymouth, slore-shipl
on estiumn-s : :. kind, when there was no hood, and who .... 1..I...1 to mix the smallest In any event, the system of exterior taxation ceived in Londoo, announcing that a Spanish had arrived at Malta, and would proceed from
ccranltbtthov were correct. twe 'have particle ofitoeign produce in his assortment; and kwas tobe continued; and, if it w.re abun- y h n r i thence to T.. -tpoli, and receive .,1e board the
this surplus revenue why nrut, as had b en w have seen thay s small dealers vanish under the dastly productive sor the necessity os of the ar a ntred rugls a sapoac ,. a t
jtus lyire arkedby hic (. ,.. .,,,n. takeoff t he operaiott ofthetax., The duty oni tamips too .,a-tned.i, ,.'llatnebd toretain, also, thesvs- ingthe Capital. Thie Courier of the 2.l.of ,,,, ,.:t < :,aO.,1.,-, hul,..h had been pres!ent-
axfs frI'Iom tI e necessaries of life? t t had "whm a ectioinable, as ...., ,,i1n,. only on a parti- tm I ul it, i, fo tarxation October, in ,.. o ..i i. ii._" ri.: stat ement c n- s i. th, tl .. es o. 1 n.. I',i.ce .!egent. These
Wltie s Ol t t h i nt y i wer collecmta a c nci e thei: andthat nsthe Iin -tl Ir. Johns of Virginia, said he had not rained in these letters, thus remarks "Much 'h.:. .a h h h v
K~s epce'Ih Ae ntrel putme tntoa cd trfizngnehe.,.,ill was, ,h ,',,, i v,I,, romCor1. -........rte Ive

what wastis e c parata e expect a cn- capitalist ; not on the man vl, ., I.. ,.,.L,,i-.,, intended to have opened hiso lips on tlis qus uneasiness has been excited in the public s considerably decreased among thle poor,
ou requiredhWosano tocexpend aomgoiuto abanU for mor es;btto, lI d should nt they e tdon ae so hut for th_

simer ? Ifhe pays his money in taxes directly on has wooccasare to ..... bankfor ore ; but on renma t r, un s in d by the reports which arrived from Spain but increase. .' ,,,b..,h_ the rich, amt ong whom it
aoth colk r ,tor, t ae l a m: ore than that' activiye an e mploym en oI bropu ed cbial (e.Bain.)m r lf-leM bit seem ed won d uot and Portugal, with respect tn thim narch of i s o eo re,, : a.,. aTheletter gives some
1iaa L14 t M, Seg-eatl ofPoomsylvtlia nox sl-,ohe otiupur. tl,, arilybothof ibiils ances o frnt .in lattery tasarrvaliast

nl e,. i n h icreaed prc o th To the remainingtaxes he had no particular ob- enter into the race of nt,.,.il ,.;. With due troops otn tie frontiers of those kingdoms. It w t" ,- 'r l.notwithstanpclfongr
m lie r es,e r at eavy jetiots and, fhaway necessity fori would respect the chair, ,. aid, he had is well kwn, that friendly discussions t ., ., .:, ,. ,. ,.. ding the tist
pooilrnt ,ec t the ieorters, lt be ,,..-o t o continue them. But whycoutinue i thoUghditt dthis remark ought to hae ci d, rli 'we ot t o t i ont th it o1 t is tric
whoh.lMa e ab the rcatin a ,a -..t.,... wh s.oAe then : to We prepared for war hareaftor, and iAt. auimradversioun e t, fur a le goth of time existed between the tuigt ofth tY:nw lhe hie lth 0f hIis c -pi

Amendment to the Cmntitution.-The Legis-
latureof Soudi Carlina has concurred in an
tumeodment to the Constitution of the United
States, suggested by the Legislature of Ken-
tucky, which requires that no Congress, here-
after, shall make any law, fixing thecompen-
sationof its Members, which shall take effect
until after the election of a new Congress.

The U S. Cirtuit Court, for the third
Circuit, commenced a special session, at Phi-
ladelphia, ou Munday last. The Court has
been specially cunoened for the tm"riofa uiar.
berif Cufidth oteicers, Yho stand committed
on charge oCf init .manor, in Tiolating the
neutrall relations of the United States with the
Spanish colonies in South America; and for
the trial of certain persons oncharg~s o ob-
structing the deputy inarshlls in tlhe execu-
tion of pr..cess foi militia fines, under seute'd-
ces ofcourts martial, and for obstructing the
officers of the customns of this port, in the dis-
charge of their official duln t.

Living .amnmoths&-A paper printed at St.
Louis, in the Missouri Territory, announces
"that living Mammotha h s e lhtel. been scen
near the Rocky Mountains.

The lose of the Steam-Boat Telegraph, on
the Mississippi, is. confirmed in some of the
Southern papers. Itis thatstated she struck up-
on what is called a snag, in the night, and
went down so suddenly that her whole cargo.
was lost, and four of ;he persons on board
were drowned.

.The following gentlemen, 'we understand,
have been elected Officers of the Aoew- Yorkc
Irish ,Association :-Thomas Addis Emmet,
President: Daniel M'Cornick, Ist Vice Pre-
sident ; James M'Bride 2d Vice President;
An.drew Morris, Treasurer ; William Samp-
son, and Julah W. Mulligan, Secretaries.

An .Agricultural Society has been recently
established in Virginia, of which Mr. Madi-
son disappointed the President.

Don Onis.-The following paragraph we
copy from the Aurora. We give it without
"" What renders the intrigues of Don Onis
most astonishing to every thinking mind, is the
humble standard of his intellect; and the a-
buse which lie has constantly cast upon the
United bates. We have a letter of his be-
fore us at the moment we are writing, in which
he describes Congress as a clamorous mob in
a tavern-and the country requiring only a
few thousand Spaniards, and British ships to
divide the states into three petty republics-
but we shall give a translation of the letter at
large in a future paper,"

,Another Fire cd St. Johns.-By the follow-
ing article copied from a paper published in

Cap tan Ellis, srrired this miorriing'froi
Smyrna and Gibraltar, left at the latter place
on the 1st. November, the Washinglou, Coin
Chauncey, and the remainder of the Ameri
can Mediterranean a quadron.

Communicaled/for the Conmcrcial .idtvrtirer
Mesers. LeAwis dr Hall,
To shew the irnimeine quantity or provisions, &c
cngsumed ia Connecticut. at Thanksgiving, I send yo
a calculalion mide aS accurate as p.-.,ible, calcula
ing the ,umber of ;ut, ,iirant and tre nrumner cf fam
hes in tle state, which I think ii not far from. beis
Billt Fref or Tham tkl, ing Dinntr In Crnnmct
fll, Noel. 1817.
Ge-se 30O.060 DE-'ERT.
Turky3 ,50)J Pumpkin Pi s 5.5J.000
ClaiLkeus 65,f0O0 Apple PiBs 100,000
Ducks 2,000 Other Pie. and
B-ef and Pork 21j.000lI. Puddings 52,000
Pcn,,to1s 12000 t bus. i ;oe 150 gal
Taunips 14,000 Erandy 150
Beets 4,000 Gin '120
Onions 3.000 Rum 1,000
CheeSe 10.000 ibs. Cidf-r Braody &
Apple Sauce 12,000gall. Whiskey -00
Cranbenry do 1,000
Which would take 650 bhds. of strained pumpkin
81 do. of ir.olases- 41060 Ibs. ginger; 7000 lbs. a
spice; 86,660 Ibs. .l6ur ; 46,333 lbs.' of butter o
laid; 32l hlhds. of milki of 100 galls. each 100
uutlnrfg; 50 Ih ciinanun ;43 500 dozen e[g--a
thl; ii .:uld weigjh .ut Ju0 tons, and 'ic'uld c,:,:
about 114,000 dollars,

The awful crime of Suicide, has become prevaleu
to an alarming degree, and calls for the pointed ani
madversioo of every member of society. We should
ask ourselves to what cause is to be attributed thi
vast increase of one of the most dreadful crimes tha
can pervade the community. Is it to be charged t
the great influx of foreigners, who bring with then
the perverted notions of an overcharged population o
the old world, which we are too apt to adopt ; or, is i
the result of a too loose and inefficient domestic edu
cation ? And may it not be both, combined with
laxity of that due regard to religious education, which
every parent should feel it his bounden duty to incul
.catedaily. I am inclined to believe that to thesn
three causes may be attributed this imnense and most
dreadful evil. We ought to be extremely cautious i
the adoption of foreign opinions, for we must be seuai
ble that they are not suited to the state of society i
our country, and that the less we permit ourselves to
be influenced by them, we shall be the more correct
not only in morals and politics, but commercially-
and really the latter has, in our country, an immense
depeadence on both namrals and religion. My min
has been Jong impressed with the evil of premature ad
vancehmeut of national habits and opinions. A nation
to be pure and moral, must progress with moderation
with their advance of years, the judgment become
strengthened,and we may expect confirmed morality
and that prevalence of principle hlichl will carry a
people through all their duties. But unusual and uci
reasonable progress is apt to cause a direliction from
principle, and produce a laxative order of things.-
May not this be our case ? It is less than thirty year
since we presented ourselves to the world in our.mrec
sent governmental garb. anid since that pet iod we hav

St. Johns, Newfoundland, we learn that a se- see all the prouimaet nations of Europe in a state o
cond fire, within the compass of half a mouth, i contention and war, whieth has been to us a premature
has swept away nearly half the remnant of advancement; and thus have we reached a kind o
thatd ,,ot s -n (-r. ) u. z. be said, that inallproibility we have not bee
.,. '. i Calamiitus and distressing ljire allowed, by the rapidity ol our motions, to rest on thl
--About half past 3 o'clock this inorning, just force of the moral obligations that attach to nations
as we were about to put our paper to the press which olhtrwise would have been the case. Be thi
we were alarmed by a signal for fire.; and we as it unay. we must all be sensible that opinions and
have now the painful task to record, after so b abit prevail in our country, inconsistent with tih
short a lapse of time; another extensive and I oblgatiois whrhi we owe to our God, std to each
distrelsisg conflagration. obligations wic we owe to our God, and to ac
It appears that the fire was observed in the otier
premises of Messrs. Huie, Reed & Co. in Wa- The practice of Duelling, which we have been so
ter-street, and soon extended its ravages to freq uen s called upon to reprobate, is one step to-
the Westward, as far as the house of Mr. wards suicide. The mind, accustomed to think itsel,
Benjamin Bowring, onil the upper side, and the I privileged to take the life of "another," is apt tc
store'ofMr..Robert Nevins, on the lower side; turn to its own, and attach that same right to the vi
were, by very pwenul exertions it was ,tal sparli," which, excluding the power of man, is es
stopped iu its western direction; r ut co..tin- eatialy the property of the "Omnipoternt a Isin
tied advancing eastward, until about half past every creature to pause, ad to ask himself before
9 o'clock, by mviiliC time it bad burnt thie y e to panse, a~u tO as myself before
premises of-Mr. James Clift, wire reat ex- vnturin.g on a duel-to whom belongs Ihe property oh
prtiossiere required, and wfre haptr ly exer- life ? did Igive it to myself, or did it eminate from
rtns were required, and were happily exer-
tad, to save the pr'ciise of Messrs, Peri ns& the 'great ard ominipotent God ."-he would never
Winter, upon wtlicih depended lthe safety of elter on a measure that would render .himn responsible
the whole range of hulises on the CIhm'ch for his own life, or that of another. And if the mind
Hill, on the uiper side, and thle stores of Mes- were thus impressed, would there be found an individ
srs Trimminglhams & Co. on the lower side, ual capable of taking bisown life ? The answer isat
just where the late fire wvas stopped in its pro- hand. Every member of tim community would say
gress westwardn; :all of which buildings narn Thepvmerw hicgaveberoesa the right to take
.:' .' -- 1....: .. il, e 7th inst. Thus a great -I" Thel; aaduertic Sae, alone has the right to take
S:.-' .t .1i-, vt iru half of the town, which' Life and under the influence of such sentiments,
we contemplated as a shelter for the then dis- how much more happy would be the state of society.
tressed, is laid in ahes ; and many families Parents look to this most interesting subject; the eter.
have to tamtent, and feel lthe painful distress,, nal happiness of yourselves and your children depend
ofa sepund time being burnt out oftheir dwel- on it. Restaseaured that" domestic education" is of
lingm, in the short space of fourteen days-by more importance than you are aware of. Inculcate
what means many of them w ill find shelter the these principles, and the condition of our community
approaching winter, we are at a loss tr. con- will be more tranquil. BOBER REASON-
jecture; should they even be fortunate e-ON.
enough to have the means of purchasing ne- sNAvy CorMissroNEa's OFrrcE,
cessaries. -Dec'. 12, 1817.
ItI this hasty account, we cannm.t. i:r fulliv LOCUST AND LOCUST IT'REENA.il,1
into particulars, nor i:an we at It. 1i.,m.rt no- The Navy Commissioners will receivepro-
tice pretend to estimate the aggregate amount posals till the first day of February next, for
of the damage done; the very extensive stores an extensive supply of Locust Timber and
and dwelling of Messrs. Cunningham, Bell Locust Treenails, of the following descrip-
& Co..and those of Messrs. Ifuie, Reed & Co. tion :
Ryan & Sons, Mr. Ltobert Nevins, Mr. James Locust for toptimbers, for line of battle
Cliit, Mr. .ohbl Burke, and several other mer- ships and frigates. 14 to 16 feet in length and
cantile estalbyislri,.Ats, h1ave fallen a sacrifice 13 to 16 inches diameter in the middle.
to the d .i ia:i ifla.nes ; thl. dwelling house, Locust Treenails, 24 to 40 inches in length,
shop, &:. oMr,'. Nevins, was preserved. with the necessary drift for an augur of I to
Various conjectures are afloat as to the 1 3-8 inches. JOHN BOGERS
cause of(this isaster, but we will not at pre- President of the .Javy Board.
sent hazard aoinl)ummon.
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. Shipwreck.-A gentleman from Cape May,
O- OrICe OF THIE PATRIOT, has. stated to us, that 2 or 3 weeks since, a yes-
Baltimore, Dec. 16-woon. sel bound from Philadelphia 'to Savaapaah,
EXTRACT TO THE EDIrun-DATET? landed at Cape May a seaman in a very
ST.' '... u. t emaciated state. whom they had picked up in
-tat. .o-tr. 14tM ,.. boat outside the Capes.-"The boat contain.
Itis stated he re with apparent authentici- ed besides, the corpses of two men, who tad
tY, that the Britisi Minister, Mr. BAGOT, has, died from starvation. The vessel to which
by command of his government entered a these three men belonged, was a sloop (our
Protest against our' coming iinto possession of informant believes, but is not certain) that lier
PIiname was time Republican, bound ftian Boston
the f1,1 rJ., by purchase, or otherwise. I to Savannah, which fouderedin theGuill, and
state what I iar, not what I knoto.. Such in- all on board perished at the time, except the
terference can hardlyy be expected. three who got into the boat, two of whom, as
SThe r Secretary of the Presidet, stated above, afterwards died from starvation.
The pri- Secretaryof th President, Our informant did not recollect thie name of
a I, ..a. ,,-you Sr) well know, is a youn- the Philadelphia vessel that picked the
ger brother to him, not nephew, as has been boat. e
stated. The Secretary is a gentleman of If any vessel of the above description is mis-
sing, no doubt particular infSrmatioe'"an be
pleasing addre"s;and every way fitted for the erieb y appl ticular thePostmastion-can be
station" to e maser at Cape

m IFro m tle a'men,an D.,Py A1d.. rt, se rt,, half .E pr.* r s Lrr S r r' ,ir, .i n ir, knaves would be eptjt a greater distance. i;
J.TH 0PO O H u Net. sup., it followt~hai we mw .ia' e mk!r .iteu Mr. Gui ard sail,, all would be wl, if the On monday eve lig list, at 8 otln, r, I. h tre
ppr. Poulspm..-Obsirvioigmina late Nerv& millions of pri;ouers from France in the lasit power would consent to take thesecuritie of- Remv' il"4i' imith. i,,,nl. G HAt.asIasy.Y. th
g eapran artcletunder that heastatag thtears ; ofreod.otles than three lain- for, and allow thvessltproceed..5.Nay, to Miss usE RUAmOf, of Brooklyn.
i- circumstances.ofthe NlairStage Horses at N. dried th ousaJd hase ,die 1. or,-: ,,undre1 ..i-i The LORD MAYon. -Theowner will exect
Y rork, brought tomvyni -a cicurmilace e-,fiy thousand in tortres, as ab ,se metu,.,, his claimto beanswered. Iecannot l a t N. Mh pe o
equally forcible,of the power .f Hidbit.-" An, fi N number of livin eing n l ;? i nopritown, N. V. Mist tan Cooper; oi
elderly gentleman in New-England, accuse But dism,.ng the Remie. rt,,. let m he"r f eight.rltvar be ns ands elrai *hrks Ao C ,, ,, d 4
tomed to attend meeting, had a Hors on wtuctl general Pallet himself. -: ln the first m, ar" T.le owner was not present, but the Capt. Ashton, agd 100 years, 4 mouths and 10 days-Neur
he rode, (perhaps ever Sabbath) from a Colt. -( _af General Pillet) '" thirty thousandl r said he undi stoud the securities were nothing inet' 1, Jolshua Joims, 8i--At Philad-lphia,
t by ahe spring of he ear, wheo the horse haJ. oner died in the course of fite mo.thi' .bhut some ordinary ills. 'l, 't tins Reir, li s,'r ter. 55- .; .-'"
3i been laboriousl employed in ploughing., hbil,,n,er; an]d I ,ai,'elfaw, it Narn i n ,..,, Mr. Reynolds said, that if MAr. Guyard I lizsbeth UWshr, Jos i" I,-'.
t owner thought he would gte t.an a day ., ttle corner f blirial grountl ,il li,., '.k.. could make up the sum of 1221. which had 'arolina, E dward tu' Mr. 'l .. ."
i- rec],and walked to the meeting, about one tinsand had be-nhuddled t' er ]a, "t b- rDani-l Redmond; Nr Jo.11 1 -I.. ',.. I-
reand walked to the meeting, hout o )tio,aanjd hld en huddled. .EetI,,,, n mont been accounted for in theenumerationof of ,.-1- 'mh Mr Jt". t'y
g male and a half, leasing the horse an he p"s- lredsofmen died,entherstkinel tode ml,.,ri,. expenses, the ship could proceed. -moike- lu Charl; o, M .e, eldest b'ok of eol. iang.i
ture. When the horses of the neighbhas, wih s.aud b the bad qualities of the pr'.sai.r.n. .Mr. Guyard here handed an accoput of the ....'... 2, a native of Irelhad-ln New Hav6,
whom he was accustomed to go to meetne-, Our hunger nolonger knew auy i,oui,l. We, expenses incurred, which amounted toa larg- Anme ,--I ,' ",".i., John Pierjont
came by, lie uimped out of pa.tui Ca, ie kt-pt the dead bodies four :,.,r des 1or i ,e crsurn in his estimate than that received by 'r i i'th I '2,.oph mlin
to ,is post at tie meeting-boue door. d tLhee r ,-wXdais, Ihat 1e migl.tdr-r, l,.' r r:itions Imi, for the passengers. )u 21-i 1Nautucke Cpt t-Sylvrts CIoshy, st4.'
'tood from 10 A.. M. until 3 P. M. without One da~ my lord CuidU..e r ,.Mel of the Mr. Watkins, of the complainants, said,
moving a step-when his owner took hin. Carmartlen militi., which n--r,: .,:rdin the thattherecertainlyappearedagooddealof ac- ARi.lVEID LAST EVENING.
and having procured bridle and saddle, rode prison at Porcheter, har ii .,.m..r. to en- tivity in getting passengers, butMr. Reynolds Ship Stafford, Harman, of Portsmouth, N. H.
him home. Perhaps were children, like thri ter the prison. (tied hi, lhors, i,' lic rail.; in showed atn inclination n yot only to take money 5da.ys frondm Lierpool,' with coal, crater, m'
horse, accustomed from Theiryoulth, everysab. le nmmutei, |lliem1e ,e r:.; oio m piEo.. and inpaymett, but articles of dress, &c. Itard. ad_ al.wbaesdra' ;. I ''to.. ist, h&GfnPeit,
ath, to attend public worship o" snom-e kind, deioured. \ I,.-: my ai.M ,ol ,,:. am ,,I was A female came forward and stated, thatshe N. tl tI m I, l.i it-,, rai sin ad, wineP,
thy would not, when older, sulfer trivial oc- surprized u .-,, r rl fi. l Iai.r'm ,..l would not hal, for tile purpose of making up the sumn of &c t .. ........,. e,, J Astor, and J. Gor-.
currences to keep them at home,-The wri- felievc.a l,. h,:m.l i-pe-n.-J u i,mii. tiil .e was 261. for her own and her husband's passage don. Passengers, J. Gordon, and V. Gensales.
terof this saw the horse when he passed (u the shown the biml, an,d lie k i., wiich a anise- given, with 18lin notes, a watch, a pair'of Le' GibraltarS stOct. All the American s.quad-
meetingwmgallthetime he was'.there, and ral|e,,tm, ivs., aiitM,/ i.r an his rings, and a gold locketowas atStat part exceptthe U S. frigate Con
meeting, id a the time ha a his gs, and gold locket. e no t ar- tellatimn vho sailed the ith Oct. Ior Malaga,,
lent his owner theisaddle and bridle with which i, !ne i:e n ,m,..r ,,,i, tkier a ,and tmhiig remaining, and was obliged to sll her and fIr'om thence"to the U. States. The Erin sloop
hi; rode homee" n.J.d at 'o..-. -. m,. a i.l: '. r..I thl, iason, clothes to purchase tea aodil bread. of war sailed for Tunis 2 days before the Constel-
t; a e ,rin in rir nime ., '" The LoRo MAY'oR.-I have every reason to. nation. 2 Algerine 'orvettes and a brig had been
i. CVBLLiSLE. IfPni.- Dec. 1I. .x s I 'rem,.. ,iri bclti. : I ill .- V Y,:, tlhou- suppose that Parliameint will take up thi sub- outofthe -traits-a British m. p of'war had been
SI ricaso by hy l nrroa/.-Ontilhe Fulithltih s',o,.l upo l 1.1,1111nd, 1 the r ,n bc li..-ve it. ject next session. What indemnification do ragihondthe as ina consequenerof tw e plague n
aor 4t d ns. a moo oftet,:r hlhesns, in Trn errt.w- Tl. bo ill i r,.wcrcd thew pamite it you propose? i whether they h ad entered the straits,again.
P0 shipF, and a ,nan of'th. nanmie aof' ,Ilert,,.i L r,. desig .l I', uatIl., ,,'l ..,..,e ..,lw in Mr. .Roymnolds said, the owner was willing F ort qfP!,iandpidti, flec. 1(.
11 pot or ketle, aud p.ir somc cl ir,.al nr it, unlt i .,'o Ithe ilut1m r....,,.. .'.. o1., .'our' to let, the ship go if ithe deficiency of the \irr. slip W-m. P. Jon-on i., Liverpool55 dS.
it fire. 0o prevent Kli. rust frui, Il.rag.ing t, it,,; to a re.-L lint ltte of lieh au,ilt ,i. Alamins, charterer's bill was made up, and security dry gods; hiP-Ian,,,* a .... Ge3.:%G e, N Or-
plasteringofa room, that had been lately plas- the.people in this country arc so deplorably given for the remainder. Ian., 14; Abeona, Gray, Geibarmrtotm 8.
tered; the men made themselves a bed on the lacking. The'Lord Mayor suggested, that the owner Ar bris Francis F i o so re, Dece 15.
floor to sleep, which unfortunately proved to t e and Captain should take the responsibility uI- ilay, legs c F. s Jodmolsen ; tea, 'ua Craves 3
r,11 f o ~ it a Capii FROu ldDO rS t ak, s ite -hresponsibility up-, d 1 ;('p\ ood and aiolaqe.; ; Faniapea. Crabtre e, at
be their last-sleep; for in the morning, Moses FROM LONDON PAPERS, on themselves, upon receiving from Mr. Guy- ho ntlamn,'. U.- ,,L,.r. 'tai Crtreo
t was dead, and Snyder had only some signs of RerevedutheOfficeoflheCommercial.dlrtriser. ard all that le was able to give, and th*at theIy l,* 'I ,L ..--*tP.l -I :,. .I
life left in him, and expired shortly after. LoD Oct. 1. should make arrangements for more passen- ort Baltimore Dec. 15-mnoon.
UnfortunMte Occurrence.-A few days since MANSiON-HOUSE.-TRHE p ISABELLA.- gers than were now on board.s Arri mEl, 77 days from Smyrna, i
young man of theenameofJosiahVWright,in Yesterday a number of the persons who had Mr. Guyard said, hewouldmake up throug-h Port of charlston. Dec. 9
I ye township, on the bank of the busquehan- taken their passage on board the Isabella, for his friends the sumn ofl122, and do every thimg Arr. Br. ship Vittoria. tt ill, Kingston, Jam. 17
t na river, drove out his waggon to bring in a New-York, appeared .at the Justice-room to else required. Thie suggestion of the Lor'd days, ballast atld 13S,0( Ohofllota imi specie.
o load of wood, but had not returned in six hours prefer their ch;'rges against MAir. Guyard, wh'lio Mayor, he thought, would be Line best, olher- :. isf Komtnbnk, Dc. 12.
m after, when a brother of his came in, and his attended upon sitmmons, wise tihe prejudice that existed against himn Arrived, brig Bryo,n Burnlmain, irom st, Uoix.-
of mother informed him, that John had been out The Loa A'Aro obsrV'el, .that it was u (Mr. Guya.d) amongst the passengers would rig Alhiimee, Pa'ttn, flor Aux Cayes sleep
it iththawa'onabut"xouare': (oh" w',dseaM ( l,)H6tumri. from rt, Croia:
it with the waggon about six hours, and she was necessary to state the complaints, the itucre be an effectual obstacle to an increase in the -, _..___..
very uneasy, as she thought some accident of them being pretty widely circulated. number. THURSDAY EVENiNG.DECEMBER Il.
a hadbefallen him. The young man went out I r. Guyar said, he should account for his The Lord Mayor said, if the conduct of Mr.
to te barn, and heard a faint voice crying, conduct, anid lie hoped to convince every one Guyard was dictated by nothing but a spirit of P'UCIb 01F STOCKS TJILS WEEK,
Siammny, mammy." Hle said, -John is-that that hle had acted without any m;,shonorable adventure, it was highly criminal ; Tfor to ven- coRmnTin.n roI THE NasW .ORK SPECTATOR.
you ?" and ran to the place from whence te view in this unfortunate case. He had been ture upon such a speculation without capital By the .ew- York Stockand Exchange Board.
e voice came, where hlie found his brother cruslh- acquainted ,vithi Mr. Reynolds, tih broker-, might produce consequences as irnjuiinus to
et ed into the mire, where he had been laying hbut a short time; and observing with him one the passengers, as if they were sent upon the tid sites :p 1 : 53- a 1-3 1-.2
a from a short time after he left the house, arid day that a gieat deal of money wasgatiued by Ocean for tie purpose of being starved.' n'-yra k 53-5 1.2.
i- was so crushed, that he could not suffer tits thle .ary-Ann, with 250 passengers on board, Two gentlemen of the city were present, ieiatt's : : a ll9
n brother to tke him out, untillhe went half a for New-York, there being reason to suppose who spid.tl!ey would employsohlicitors upon the Ma.ihatta- : :25 1 2
a mile for help. The youngman lived util next i ..- ,.n .1,00, they agreed to enter occasion : and all parties quitted tie office un- Mrthaint's : : ] 1-4 a 117
morning, and became perfectly sensible. c ie,,,.i acc( t,1i together in a sinlar speculation, der the impression that, if arrangements ofa htsmii : :. : : : 3 I-- a 94
said the way he got himself hurt was, he had ilr. Reynolds procured the Isabella for the satisfactory description were not immediately City : : ; 107
taken a log and laid the one end on the fore riment, but there being an error i inti- made, the law should be resorted to. ri : : '9
Swheel, and then raised the other tpnis entbut there being an error i iti- lni 102 a 102 1-4
Swheel, and then raised the other upn s mating the power given by the act of Parlia- INSURANC COMPANIES
d head, when the end on the wheel slipped offl, Ment relative to passengers bound for the Prices currentat LzverLool, 28th Oct.-Ashes pr. Eagle : : :. ,130 .... .-L
- and the other end bruised him down, so that United States, and a total ignorance of the cwt. Pearl 1st Bosto 164s. IN. York S3, a 64, Mon- Washington : : 123 a 2.1
i, he appeared by the crush and laying so long, manDauivre p laed by the Mla.ry-qnn, iwh'ic a ,re'a Ni, 'ormk eils a 5, M eal ported dAoston AmeriMutualn : .5 la 7.
as if all his inside and body had been broken ten n lay io thi river, under thie pretext of 1 or a 4 -secondsselat snd imported dia is A e rican lie : 4 : ; l a111
s and buised, that he had scarcely the appear- sailing forNew-York, he (Mr. Gnyardi) signed Cwt lower than firsts; lark Quer Phil d. 22s a N\m,,noial .: 116 i
, dance o aman, the charter-party on tcimn much too rigid. 24, N. York 20 a z2; Beeswax idlamt3; Cotver l'cifi 113 12a 14
It was somc time after fobind that the ship seed nominal; cotton lb. Upl. is 7 3-4d a 1 1I, S. Ocean
SDOYLSTOr ( Bucks Co.) Dec. 9 ciuld not clear iNcw-Yo tli mor i 4Lsvery lines 9ds a 2 10. ltie2s6.2d a2 good l'irenan. : 23
An inquest was held on the 10th Nov. last, 55 passe'ge 2, a circ Amstance which. mi iaveas 31 d a 2 4 ccclTnd '-Voik .:i, $: p ) 14
n at the house of Dr. Reading Beatty, in Falls 1'3' a c stamt ted lldh a r23,N. Urlea ssl 10I-2 a 1,Ten Uuitnd i i : 3 a 5 per share,
S tnl in uso ,. n Be n very woful appearance to the speculation, none ; Flaxseed hlil. of 7 hush. for crushing 68,- a Pheiix : $12 1-2. per simre
- township in this county, on the body of Thorm- Persons had been engaged at a low rate, and 71, for, sowing out of season; Naval Stoies cwt. ST.T E. $:,
rs as Phelan, a native of Ireland. He arrived what was to be done ? In order to obtain the pitch 7sa 76, rosin 76 d ai8, tar 6s a turen- Six per Cent. City Loa ": 101 3 4 a (102
Sat Dr. Beatty's o his way from New-York to privilege of carrying a sufficient number to tine tvs a t18 ice new 39sa42, old 37 a 7 33; Nei York Late is : : 201 2 a 3-.
e Philadelphia, in ill health, and wishing to en- make the vessel paythe expenses that were M. bb 4a d 22, o. even : oe
f gage medical assistance, which he received ..,, .,- -. ,,,,, i ,, m ,, .. .i p...ip.. r i o a s i r ilid. a 10; Timb er' States' .arNATl ON i,.
mee .Llt'Lrcd lo be recovering. 0,- t-> ., Jr. q lo gs cub_ ft. 2s 4t a l p lanks ft 2 liti l Sixes W ar L oamOR ns D 4 1 7
oe waid tnrodis recovering. O sm'-e.'-, 'mr,-i of ol .. g over a riuin"', .'I d'l -I pitch pine logs cub. ft. 2s d, pine logs 2s .Id a 24, n.-.- c. ..-.. --cirerd -i par & int.
e while eating his dinner in presence of the fe- Germans who had been Iegp-n i thia*,, .trmeta >1tr' bti, tiaS suh 1iauZ, hei it.sJsa35 I)eo. Louisiana 101 1-2 a 102
males of thie kitchen, he sudd-dyYtartedifroim ever since they landed, but it was procured a6 6,pine planks ft. 2 in.4 3-4d1, pitch i.inc piamks ..i. i 14 a I2
tac Lauie, a. 11 was chuon ied, apparently in to late; for te a thatd acco lb. York and ames Hiver4 1-2d a Tree : 4 a
g ereat distress. Relief could not be adinis-ty d t had ta !e, Rappahanock 4d a d, lst ee. aind y tr. inc stone 'e 712
e tered, and Ie died in about five adinutes, d the knowledge of the case at Liverpool, Kent. leaf4 l-2d aG 1-2, Marvyland 4d a Im', stemn' EXI NGE. 1
From the acconut hie gave ofhimself, he was had exci:ed an impatience and terror in tie nmed 7d a 10; Wheat 701b U. States and Can.ad ai n i tOn Lron :1:]02 a 102 -4
Sborn in the vicinity of Waterford; left Ire- passenger's that proved fatal. Nearly a thou- Is a 12 6; l.our bbl. sup. sweet 50s a 53, iour Gover.ent B;ll : 103
gborn in teoe viciity of Waterford ;s left e- sant pesons applied a3d went on beoarta to 40n a 42 a toract t : 103 35
d land from six to nine months since, and he ar- sosat little has been done in ahes of late. Buyers : : : 5 2 a 3
rived at New York by way of Halifax. lie v theac nations, but were prevented have kept aloofunder th impre ion thi pce A:stee 3 1-2 ts. per guilder
e appeared to be21 or 22 years of age. from making engagements by thie passengers, woud recede, when the t&oties ;i ae in n rt !.-- I,, -o}-X"! &. .NAND) BILLS.
who said the ship woult never sail, aud that the at lrtaeicnt th- deniudd is a uost suspeun.de. 1. ) mUh oO n: : p1. le. 5
From the 1, g-, Herald of Dec. 5. superior partiers concerned were thieves and 3Bark sulie slowly. La 0al6. 15
So swindlersm. This conduct was perseveredandn. [rhedemani Cotton has been du l ati the 'tla : : Pr I-2
iAss Excellency JAtCKt IinsOST, made a visit nmatwithstandina'the attenetiomridhaultotlmeicom- hto ayst. anthmrweeks.18blelisas hunsc, elv 1 aita aHith,,re : p liars 4 do.
to this city on Wednesday last, with hisaid, a t hi ei n t s, s 80t ales arrived it atim ar a do
If brisk N. W. wind; they were well received rts. M fhpassenrshadctractedto stand. We o not anticipate any material de- Virinia : par a. l do
o by our citizens, and furnished satisfactory re- idtheir own provisions, and all thi rest had cline; conceiving that the ordet lately received ,rs 'aroa : a 2 do
denials in'time hostoma of seved-asi vessoeho ary egred not to require any till the ship sailed for mamufitucredgoads will counteract the tfect Satan., : aral o
tdentials inthe bottoms of several vessels i f ravesend ; but. conshi'eration of ti ite ohose ar s. Net ,a i : .ar a t
which standing water wvasleft, and from which :e a s 'd'buthi consiulaati^ono-f'ti of thosearrivalsh t bis1,Oit1d
wich standing sate as left, an from li de they ere served with provisions every T'ar i steady, although not mnch bushss is NowO!asZar a 1 1-2 ,
a reflecting mirror of ice was taken yesterday' da' he leetent oridered by time act doing.
e morning, an inch in thickness. Thearrival- ord ac T sales of Turpentie are rather limited, yet The English Officers.-The Aurora. stats,
n of these distinguished erso es made a Paliet as the quatitmy delivered by the the stock being small, prices keep their ground t iton Monay, the istrictAttornepresan-
f sderable stir in the corps of Blankets station- steward would prove. The speculation had Rice is in brisk request and likely to be higher. that on Moday, the DistriAttorne presen-
1 sed in this place, a large number of whics stie been entered upon in error, an.d although it Staves and timber are improving. ed to thlie Grand Jury bills against the Bri-
r called into immediate service, anduit is expect' had pived so rainum, to him, having coin- Tobaccoin fair demandc-price, remain station- tish Officer imprisoned in Philadelphia ; and
pect- ,pletoly eximusted his rtsans, no allowance ary.
e ed will be employed in active duty for some wase by- time passenger or the w ne In ourCorn market the proceedings have of oi> Tuesday the Grand Jury pronounced that
Time. No great alteration it is to be hoped was ade by the passengers or the owner, late been trivial-prices do not vary much. .
will be made by this event, in the price of who had the bargain too much in his favor. Prices current at London, Oct. 16.-Ashes pot there appeared no cause for their trial.
wood, which has been high enough in all con- The consequences to the passengers gave him cwt. first sort ss, pearl do 65s, Cotton S. Is. lb. 2-s -
science to. try the patience of purchasers much more uneasiness than his own losses up- 1 -2 A7, Uplar.d s-7 1-2d a 1 9 1 2, Louisiana I The Alexandria Gazette, of Tuesday, state,
whatever effe t it ay haeune of purchass oni the occasion, and all lie could do should 9Id a2-steady: Rice Caroinacwta 40s a 12, i thaton iunday morninthe gi'oond in that
whatever effectitmay have tpon the feengs bedone. Tmeownerhitappretndeds old denian; Tobacco in bodm d. ord-m and scrbin
of those who dispose of the article. be done. The owner he appre ded, would I-2d a 8 2, bro 12d a 9 2, middlin do l City was covered nearly two inches deep with
not mish to go the voyage oni account of sing- all, good dolid a12, gooduflue color andfiueyel- So.INe'Y'ork(.250miles Jamtiernorth
From the Aeubur; Gaze. ing separate bonds at New York for each low 1: a 1 Vir ord and faded 6d a 7, low anrk 50 miles rter north)
passenger individually ; but arrangements middling 7d a, fine black sweet scented 10d a II, we hav not seen half that quantity of snow
tFeinale Dancer.-We are informed, says were pending, which be ltoped would succeed, York ai J. .iver 7 1.2da Io. steinmmed 8d1 a I, during the prestcit seai.son.
the Onondaga Registerof the 26th of Novemi- and good securities had been offered, which, Keui'y. 6d a 7-duell; Am. flour sapif. bl. 5i d51,
f ber, that on Sulnday last, at about 3 o'clock it- if t wereaccepted, would ^t ovry thing i. U- 6 percent stock 105, ddo 3do 71 I 2
Sthe afternoon, a young woman in Drydabut o'clock ty were accepted, wu st very thing -steady ; Saish dollars per oz. 5s ld, doubloons C(ap)re rf Gen.. M -ain.The Baltimore
the afternoon, a young woman its Dryden in right. 79s ; Bank shares 322 15z each. Federal Gazette doubts the-correctness of it;e
the county of Tompkins, apparently in the The LORD MAYOR.-I am to understand Feral ccm tot doubts thecorrece oflie
enjoyment of health and her mental faculties, from this defence, that you have undertaken -iFrom the .Mew- York Gazette of yesterday. account from the avana, (lately -published)
commenced dancing (whether hornpipe or old an extensive speculation without the means Yesterday the Sons of St. Andrew celebra- of the capture of Gen. Miua and other Patriot
fashioned jig, we know not) with great life and to abide the consequence of a failure : that ted their anuniversarv, -. the City Hotel. The Chiefs. A letter, (says the ,Gazette) re,
anation, which she continued it very you have take the money of these poor peo- company was large and respectable, and the ceied by a gentlern in this ciy, fro his
little intermission until about 8 o'clock at pie, and are unable to return it, or to perform convivialityy innocently pleasant. The exhui- fried in "iavaaa, dated the i0th Novemiber,
night, when she was obliged to stop, being your contract. Can you lie quietly on your bitiont of the state of the Funds, and the lar ge
near exhausted. During her frolic e pilloi? sum which had been given during the last (the day before the vessel which brought the
would notice anser any questions, neither did Mr. Giyard.--I declare most solemnly, my year to indigent Scots, affoinrded unmingled news sailed,) makes no mention. of the cap-
abe notic any tuin which was passig about motive was not bad. That may appear froinm pleasure. After partaking of au excell't tri'se a there e be per'mittet he-
her. ilf made to sit down she would fall on the ruin in which I atun now involved, from er- dinner provided by Mr. JJmes, th: 'otsts ia s giing fel conference eto thed to riesi-t.
the fdor, and when liberated would resume ronemously attempting to derive an honorable and Songs wafted back each Scot to his native li l ful c the report."
er dancing. Whenshehad got through with profit from the business. If the newspapers home, and his enjoyment seemed complete ; l /.' -I'
her exerciseshc ld talk as usial; butkuew had bccn silent, our object would no doubt ard so effectually was time lost sight of that ,d.rl .v.',.-It will be seen, by
nothing of whatse had been doing, as she have been completed, and those poor people when the usual hour of retiring had arrived, a 'iers.tual of the proceedings. of Congress in
says. wonhl no longer have reason to complain. each recollected that it was only by the cele- iour paper iiis day, that the Co.n,mir tnt
From the Cmnecticu Courant. from the multitude off alse s omntcl le btinisrainspo evered Saint that e had whm was r''ferrd that part of the President's
A/ new work.-ln the core of the year by you and Mr. Reynohis, the broker, but At apreparatory meeting, held at the Ton- licac tve t al improvements,
1815 General Pillet, one of Bonapairte's Le- that a niost gross deception has been practised tine Coffee-House, tihe following genitleimen idliffer widely from thie President on the Conm
gion of Honour, published a book, which had in which you have both participated ? were elected officers for the ensuing year :--I stitintiotual iqunstion. Instead of recoeme ( id-
such a prodigious sale in Paris that a whole e- Mr. tcynolds described the trouble he had Doct. James Tillary, Presilent. g r maitrtioi in tm nstution t
edition was bought up in a few hours. Gene- undergone in procuring permission to receive Robert Hilliday, Esq. 1st Vtice-President.li i" t n '.ein'e ln as t onistiution, the
ral Pillet had- been a prisoner in England, an additional number of passengers. He had, John Graham, Esq. ad do. do. have inicabuted a resohution to.revive the
and having broken huis parole, he was confin- he said, it.fact, done every thing; but for him Rev. Dr. Mason, Bill iwhlichl passed both Fhousce at the last se -
ed in a prison-ship, moored in the river Mad- the baker would not have sent bread, nor the Dr. Smith, Cha pla'. sion, and which Mir. Madison refinsed to sign.
way. The Geineral's description of the cruel- butcher meat; and but for him the state of the Dr. H. M'Lean, Physioian.
ties exercised by the English towards the ship would be most wretched, instead of being John Thomson, Esq. Treasurer. .1,anela l.,tJnl anii Galnct.'! ,--On Monday,
l' rench, in the prisons and prison ships of lthe it to perform her voyage. Mlanagers.- Gideon Putt, Joihn ysp, A. the Pr esident transmitted to Congress, in
former, considerably exceeds any thitig that The LenD MA'oa.-Am I to understand S. Glasa, Peter Hattrick, A. D. Duff, William cdStmi -tedit e Co uts mn-
has yet proceeded from the pens of Americans, that you will not pay those poor people? Wilson. cmpliance with their call, the doeunent- ree-
lie states that a hundred and fiftly thouesand Mir. Guy ard.-But.for the ncwrpapers we John I. Palmer, Secretary. pecting the seizure of dese ph.ces. The Aca-
fsenhhmen lwave perishedin t"ortureson board ahojul.l .tbie to perform our engagements. John Laurie, Assistant Secretary. tional Intelligeecer remarks, that" thei docu-
the British prison-ships during the two last The LORD MAvo,.-You and 1 look upon -amit ot 'omnus coiaiot of
wars.--Upon which .the Briti-sh Quarterly the effect produced by the exposure of these The Revenue Cutter. Captain Ca- c avolmnos con:pliao of
Reviewers observe-" Now as it is wellknown circumstances in a very J|il;-,, rt i,,|r. The hoone, arrived this morning s fora Sandy nok. crespoindence i'ct) 'iieers ot gt,vernirint

at not above oe int tea of llhe prisoners has exposure of some nefarious transactions which She has brought up the -followintg articls and iithersirn tiut n'i,;hborlo)id of those depots.
died, the total number in the prison-ships recently occurred has awakened the people taken from the wreck of the brig Jid.. The papers were nro read, -it ordered to be
must have been one million five hundred to the.deceptions that might be practised upon 30 boxes of figs, 22 kegs of raisins, 6 quar- hinted. 'I in a more silr
thousand, and would require to hold them, a- them. The benefit has been the most impor- tercasks of wine, 12 cases of filberts, 2 bales t n a nr- J,.
above two thousand sail of the line." The taut, and if the press was always so judicious- of camels-hair, I box of watches 3 cases of shape, iudgitg from a hasty 'g'aumcl at thec,
Reviewers further observe, that '' as not iy e-mployed as it has been upon this occasion, oil of roses, and 6 baskets, information u'Tari. t srne ,h-T act e i

iatalrady ruc eived by the public through Resolved, That, in order.to promote and Bi t it was the more necessary to red.,:.- .:1.- I-r `'1 pe' rivd OfhII : ,'I .Lstb ntder tIhei,? ju- a tcf. : *:li Lhc.r in-c.:on.:ial.Ii. :he,'-re Nc l| ,, vl h .-. 1. -.- ,. ,
Smnedium of the newspapers." give security to the internal commerceamoug principleto legislation, because ofthE .1-4 n (.c of I' h, nI.iea -.-.1,. [ .ir.,:. -',.h,, ,b., ,, L ,, .-dh,,,'|c,, 'L.', I.. ,, I..aLi- .
._ thte several states; to facilitate tlhesafe andc ex- tionin which the wantofithasplaced uci la 1E:- Ao .bc: .. -,,ae i .ct n lngth ar,:,Ie on thi1 .-l, '] 'r,, .r- .e ., i,-, se i.- ,:e i. ,. -'.,I ..-.r ..'- l .I M V. f-. '..',.. I,. IA I '
practofaletterfrom WolverhamplonEn ;. -editioustransportation of the mails by the gard to foreign nations. -. aud t ri.' .ii- 1 n l. de,, hi ,, witch ddnut, w.tho, t ahlu.J. ..I 1 it. iun -i ..I t-1.r oi- ..1 -I.. '. L tlir' -1 t, ., .,,,,
d ,ra tdle rro 1 IOo h er h ,E7 n improvement of post roads with the assent of The motion ofMr. Robertson was sJoptul ho e'r, rVulti ma flitai decision. '----.. t-.* ,th- pi pil u ,,, ,:.n c. L, ., 1,.',,11s1.,. 1 ,,,..r -I *,-t --,'i r.. t o. -.,.., ..,. ,
-L't,--' r"&, O -tt I. W -rI E" IIi 117 Irl ,,R:.--ILs I. j.,..I, ,.. h II ,.1
dated Ocober18, 1 17. the respective States : to render more easy without opposition, and without a div,-!,n. A is. eIth-Er.-M'r. Holht LI, f Ma.. u',.l" ,, teer ,l, r;c, ",.. ir pit ,,, l, .;r ,, ..ia,- ,,, L- t.e ..g r,n.. .. ,.,. ..
,All kinds of manufactured goods are up- I and less expensive the means and provisions On motion of-Mr.I Pindall, o -t Y .gion, it Jo.bl-'l: "I uch s e., .lp icy of the l-.. and ea,--.J 'r -.. A 'i-I "le ', 1 I. : .ie I '.lE: .f I:. : m,,-, tti, :r.-h,rn. .i M n. u*I latD t A.I.: ,i, ,I .i6,, ,,, I ', k
n the advance, arid.orders are very good, necessary for the common defehcc, by the was Riesolved, that committee-be ap..r i.re:, in dain il. i ulJ leg a rl7- : rIu .;. ..,.., narJ ii. i, .:i-,,-.utali e ,: ', ,,,. Mr h. ,'' .': ." ...
specially iron ; the latter has advaw c i.c six construe tion of m military roads, w ith the like to enquirer ,,,r h.:, ih,,: f ,.ti n,-a. ...I d. _line f r Ih' b .tlI u. ic .. -[i r, a d not (pr,-..- ,n ch _.tm er, .A..I ltwh ir rti ., reu ;!,. \ ,-n.. .nt.. ''M r ..n r, '], -..:,
assent oui the respective States; and for such more efie. i, .ll> c, a law r i.:.i r l.,r1. >f r- tc. ..l...r. Toub, r tii ef.-t- r a lar .iu .i,:, e,.h,,.1..ti.:.. l.:it ,:,n1. u.l.nailm A r or Lo,..,,L, c.. .' u..
onnds per ton, and likely to goon farther, other internal improvements as may be within vants or sl...-. ..,'pi,, l'i ror r, re :tI ,.t a-. ,, ..:.. d, lo ,roL... "nin -e,,drneur._m g .in. r,,,in ,.i t-e Iar,, t'.ei 1.ap ,,,,,.t ],-. ,,,,, M.- ,..
wig to the gi reanrdem and for that article. the constitutional powers of the general gov- another ; -... II'I th." rit: c l,:ac e t, 1,A .11 l.) y 0 ,--r ih' 1 i- ..- 1., n'oi t ei hill to ,t ,,t ". '. P. _i ,NG ,, .,-rr, Aar',, and a b-`ig i .:.jn .La. r .-L.ih p t_, L..er.
A large contract hae recently beenmade etmIent, it is expedient that the sum to be bill or othei I;.. dav. 1t. j t ge.,, ial i-iF.eiriii-ht be ch-eitn ofirt. _...- --.- -, ,, 1 *,17 ,, .. r a I. ,", : 0 '.:,...' L F .,
ith France, which will employ all the iron paid total e United States by the 20th section n. .,.... -, s,.it FEt.n_ IN v. P. U :,., !ie T-q,., k r) 'apor.i.J i.: L.. O l*. ., ^, r ._t 5 ''roi 2- _, 1, .,f ..
oftorks ihe act to incorporate the subscribers to tilehe.ubairI M r. Ha, erl.u.,l-. ,.,f, (,,1ItI, ol ..ed L!I IJllu e,, a0I" ._- e ,tlh1 ,,,..-i'zt.,-I, t ,J ., a ,-u, T 'auI,,ra .' ....-l^ .,r .1 X ice.,. -:,,, J,, f t,,1 1, I, I, ,I1,,,_..
,rksin this part of ti,. ,,uor, r eihte Bank of the United States, and the dividends resolution 1 ,ihe -,ol,..-. : .d a erse to ulpe r.r. tt I..,-i.I- F .r,,, ,'a, a,n I, r, n.l ,1 ,, I _,I. .,. ..... c,,
months. It is strongly believed that parlia- which shall arise from their shares inits cap- R esolve '. TI,-, fe commi t.e ,-.,n M UIitar; Wr. [le. diJ uol 1Iu c i., cl enilltI aT ,a u el H1-I.,,-' .i-, .-i .r. -i A'l.. *t :adntt Pom I ,- br .... -, Htii,-:, I.. ,:..
,ea atth ir" x es ion wil,]',. Ii, lt,,,fhdi illI l, hi h lt? 31 ..% d -Jan 3 I N10nrt uin Oc
*estat their nextsession will lay adutyon italstock, be constituted as a fund ftor inter- Affairs be L,,.3 tHi, ,, 1. -, ; Ib .,1 ,ct. ItI,. nt lt _(A t ot-r i l,I. _bill to which lc i le. imu. eda- i .d lo e n 31 5tt'19 lt ..Ih r L bra.. He,- l
tmVa." nal improvement. enquire ia .., nI,. .. .,hli, n,. ,.- ,:.-..nAIIrdi yL tYi- ir l rnir:', -, ".',,,. I.*, excludee .a, but u Il -.n- -''L M 'el Clr.,l, .. ,r p fn ,ilin. H._,|, G ;,- ,-,. -r
'File report was read, and referred to a Pensions >:l,.:hIt ,iu.l t be n II -.L cr,.. Itl ,- L- n .i [_-lt- pro- 'i CI. O_ i, -i gfr'I-. )th'F te,-I T e.:, f 1h *r- .,,,, d,.a, l | .,..I:
,_ew Government of Ameli-sh Ml.--On committee of the whole. fore allow.. i... .... ..... .. ,,- .i,, n-. ,:.f [le rrJu.,_ g I. ,:->,i ..i. a ,:,n to .:,>,' j.dr,. dol- ,i I.,ll. -lk lre 7 Pac ,rt,- d.( ,sfoun .lhimore h.th 1'.: ti,,,,- ,.
hisub cttl uroraof y ster y M ornina AMEI.tA-ISiAND AND GALVEZTON. officers an I h..l.i,:.l. I,, cn, ill.:.1 r wouliJ- IoLtI-,.,rold I'. .1 e -, and t.vu li ., l.j Jul lt..I l. r .,l ..\,i hn. 2* ,y-,l" ou y n.. li ,,, h,,b, 'I .... h .'.
h subje t t A uror of yeste M or u T he fo allowing m message w as received from ed in the s....-A,.~. ,. .I,, i.1 ,. ,, I .i, a t I, n -,. I',., l! r n ,:- 3.u T hee aLr, i endnet i how 'I 'm ..-e J.n.*.: I f...1- m I1 3 i.r .'. Il.~. ,6 1 r.14 i -- .. I.-
-ives the follow ing info rm nation :- the P resident of the U united States, by M r. J. five years b,: ,,r i ,li.,. i,..r1.,, 1-. I: 1 1,.k I l .% LJl .....r, be, I dI I l,,r i p.-u--ent, to pug e e lace i "I",.i -lA i i ,r R'.cord r. l ,r riv.a r "j..P I ---- -r -- -_1 .... .I
W e havejust seen a printed return of anc- J. Monroo ,his Secretary: respectively .,:-,:. In.1 .'.MI .% -.. t r,,to., -"D.., .Le o ,,t 1 i.l e l."e'" n ol ',,, ,,1..n,1A d FrrlJti.L T.Ltr Itl A fM Li'O K 1OtL-lli''-)-
eotion which took place at that island on the .- To the House of Representatives. hMr. H. Lid ai tt as th, ouoiituo .,l i ...-.. 1, i, Il, m.1, ,id.. l ito r ih, pl itI p le ufthe bill. Itll.Ih o.. D O. O t I H, rt *..,, ,'A r,.1,.r .at. A*,',.....-, p. ...". :
.templated an enquiry, lie would d,.t:I'u [I-.. 1 1.1\ ,01 %. A- u :, de Iti mi,',ko out l e .11 t -i|iiam .lon,.- f., e.,d.-R, od, Ar.p," r l' I II ."Ir (I"the'.-te)+h l .,-I .. .1- ,
9th and .a, h ,I, N,,. 1.,,,t tr, for nine represen- In com pliance w ith the resolution of the House but' A few m minutes on ly w ith ...- hlr. .. .1 ,.I L ,,j s I. IIikd ou i(ch0 O li H1 l -.r I1-f.,r ,,u: r lrr. r / o 1 -1 t} L '.1.. ,. ,
atives. There 'ere 2 candidates, and the House of f Representatives of the ath of this iouse buts few ind u es only, w it .. i, .- I ':.... i.' ,,,. bill. Jo t a. 1.,h ,.,lr, J linu.-.' h Ja, **e 1-. F rmgL .C-e l-. ..1,, -t:t ui.i ,
allowing ate the namies'of thle persons elected, month, I transmit fr the information of the itfors-ward.' 8oiuced him at this time 1 '...r .lr. I l.,i,,h. tf l.,a Mr. il t-o'la, o'N- It Jr, li:e. uie, l .,ck 2.s3 RhiL ig- jaOae l ,i.,h handle., tL-, l e .t : :il,,' i. : .-.
Ind the number of votes which each of the House. Rep or t from the Secrelary ofState, been grai fo nted sadl e haveoft alre adypnsio s wl ,,,.-. I .. ,1., _i'... :-.I,-1 l, ..hn.,,e..- h C'- S r .- ,3,F, ij Ed.. F thi lle i..it L all ,.J o 1.,a ,I t 1... e- us a. : .-.
candidatee had. w ith the docum ents refei rred to in it, contain- and others aill expire, have p rob abl y, .,- II ,--, i 1 i -. i,,, ..I cAid I 1T spT..- -. sl ..u."-h.r. S n.,n Clil ,l Ir''(' ara le FlL? AJlm ; ,-. H....l: l,,.'
Mr. Gual, 151--V. Pazos, 150-M'urden, ing all the information of the Executive, which H itUers will expire, probably, bl... ...I *. h ,,|, i r,- ... I. ar. propon arle, m .J... I,-r,..|i
4t- Comte, 148-- rwinr l :13- Lavignac, it is proper to disclose, relative lo certain per- session of Congress closes. Amongst 11. i t .I l i I ll I,,_ifI .,l ,:.[ Ih,. .,||l ,- t,., p event ,ihlrnni I,. MIiIa| *an 19 j I 1 w'ell nuppl.ed t lh w.:E, | ,.ii ; .: .....
.1 2-Forbes, 111- Mabrity, 107- Chapelle, sons whlo lately took possession of Aimenlia is- ter is 1tat whiclc was granted to the w l,-, .,, .* -",. r,,. ,h-r ttI.. tt. i.h.ntrLl l ,h .1. H,.r', r. Cr ui.-r-tD ,.,r, .1l'a an Stith, E.q t repa ira.d hh i ri' ew, ther- h, .il u|IrnI i r.e. ,
01. land and G alvezton. orphan of the late B rigadier G general t ,I .- II., .. I.I.ll l, -l... 1 .i i h.. 1..i 1: ] .I.| I.dl.., '[,. Ji d *'w, u -, l. d '.i.:I ro.n'> d.:... I Lt ) "n,Eri t l,:- ,,,,
S .-... -riiin 'r e ".,: i,,, _.,,i..' weltave receiv- JA M ES M ONROE" ... 1. :,',-. dij .- rl.. ti o river, aaid M ,. II. 0L .. H .I ll,,- ,..l k-. t ,.,_nt i I, v. t,". A. Is,. .rr- ... .. 7"."'.!r '.-m, insla r Jun 1 Itr..h, .ieL l 11.0 r'd rI ,n h,..Tleh [t e l:rnr, d1 ]o e
,I."' I'I..I. I rh'ml Jo nt I., strainnl rsatl.r.ih h,,, J1, I...u__'~~ b% :..Im,: I,.-,,. % ......I.. I. .I.- "4/ J-'| ck" 'l '~ ~e ayepu indgood rehpair
d a p r oclamation, declaring the election, of W ahington, Dec. 15, 1817. e' -" nl' dIv ll srang; r is atters t ...i I, -I i.... .1. ,i t..I. ,1 t. 11 -.h ,II. ,j r. ..,I,.,r, G rir. ,--- Tt ....I a u.. .Hut", .l:V I..) t., r.n..,II. The dock -aand storehouse,
vhich the following is a hasty translation : D r the humble do wellin f which shelters ftll:-h .. ,, u ,n ... il.. ...I I. ,:I :1 III1 n l, l I 4,,, i,.i F,, Le- I~.d ,,Ii, r4-B- t iG .drrit .4h_,1 kL .1 -. "' d .'al1 o tie" pi may be puti.g.ood repair".S.
P R O C L A M A T I O N A n rST \ T E ( a< d o r p h a n o f t h a t d i s t i n g u is e d h e r o i u 1, I .I d1,I- 'uI ,, | ,,I,,,,,l ;-d i ) o w o dI. i e' *w. l l intg LrL L he.*a, g w. a c c m o a e a
r* *PROCLAMATION. l'nD'ecember, 13, 1817. his curiosity carry himr further, and he should to do0inore; that- the public funds could be Isaiah Wilkey Jan. 2 aily c6nirtably. Bedes thwille accommodate abuid-
Louis Aury, COmnder in chieff thle The Secretary of State, to whom is ben b e duced to visit the abotide ot thisinteresting better cmptloyed, ifto sparep and, finallythat, .11'ashington County-Before Anthony 1. Blandiard, inga hereisa I -stabl ory B dwel in house, oe -
T'lori s, .e. referred the Resolution of the nou bsc f !Rere- family, he would find, however hum ble the ex- ifCOngrcss once legislated on the subject, they Oi e N o E as. Jina .a lem. f1"o c
OI~er Nrton of asto Jan.15 tainin- 6 rooms and ,2 kitchens,, a large baru, ci
Whereas, an election was held in this city sentatives of tlhe 8th instant, requesting thile terinor, that neatness, frugal hospitality, and would never see the end of suplementary laws, Noas o Eastord Feb. use, cowshed,2 ktchens. a l arge baorepar, ci-th
on the 19th and 20th of November of the pre- President to lay before the House any iOr- cunfort, were to be found within its walls-that and individual claims for relief. Chnango County:-Before Obadiah German, Esq. in two Wells o' good w ater ; also to other tene-i
soutye"-', 18P17, the result of which has been nation hemay possess, and think proper to the lady had expended proportion of her pen- To. all which Mr. Clay briefly replied, that for ich. rmanents, one ofwichis oecupie astwo otholhouse.e
the choice of representatives of the people, for communicate, relative to tule proceeding of sionin the piouspurposeofeducatingherdauglh objections to the present details of the bilJonathan Bennet, oaa. ne the ieace teocerar asc one
the purpose of constituting the provincial gov- certain persons who tok possession of Amelia ter. .But, said Mr. Ii. if the visit should be re- weCre no arguments at all, because the bill was Jedecdiah Hunt, of Ovid I a n uatloiogna variety of the relast-ethed oi
emnentof this republic, the tollowing per- Ilade., at the mouth of bt. Marys iver, in the peaCted at th end ofea year, and the law which open to amendment, and all that was neessa- neda o eoe Nathan iillims build a arebener the st a tri
sons were elected :--summeroftte present year, and made an costab- the resoluion eoateinplated should not passit ry could be made, tie House having once de- I Utca I in. a t e ; th fron t or a rds of
Pedro Goal, Murden, J. Irvin, J. Forbes, lishment there ; aad relative to asimilar estab- would be fuund that thle comforts of which he cided the principle. The principle of the John Palmer of Deerfield Jan. 17 tate e on th e on e re a troit
thapelle, Vincenti Pazos, Comte, Lavignac, li ent, prevtosl made t Ga lveztoa, has had spokc had fled, or that the means of pro- commutation, he slhewed, was so far from Geneses County-Bebre John H. 'Jones, Es q. halfa i o Or i place are l u i
riy. th at omnor to submit to the Prid enl t ac- curing them were obtained by the personal uewV, that Congress had already adopted it in Judge in Leicester. atons forbuilding, affording delightful views u
1 hereby convoke bI the presents, the said companying papers containing the informa- exertions of the lady herself. Fronm my now- regard to the heirs of deceased soldiers, al- James Richardson Feb. 20 addown the river, for a great distance, andalo
representatives to hold theirsessions on the lt tion received at the respective Dapartments ledge of her situation, said Mr. H. I caln state, lowing them the option of limited pension in n kns Jan 23 of the neighboring country. It will be sold in two
a of December next nsn, to take the ne- State, the Treasury and the Navy upon the with confidence, that her dependance fo, lieu of bounty land. Roc kianham Count-B re Samuel Goetsc rms or ther, acos may be desired adew the.
Nessary oaths, and to fulfil the duties wiat fi- subjects embaced in the resolution a comfortable support rests upon the gen- On the suggestion of Mr. Livermore, of N. (anhamot Hempstead.m Goethu terms be accommodating. Tor.iew th
iiy and impartiality, which are committed above documents, and accompanying er'osity-no, sit, not on the generosity, but on II. the subject having been opened, and opin- "'illiam Suffern and Joseph Belchier Jan. 30 Brown, on Ies farm, an for parting or Ichabod
to their charge by the people of the free tate papers, were ordered to printed. the jie icof this nation ; for. can there bo, ions iterchanged on i, to give time to rect Kings County-before i. Furman, Eq. at Brok BrownCotLefaOaLfor artlers to
;;m *, JAO LOIL. D ~ oM ^ ^^^I s-^ r- ^ 11 -^New-brk
lf I I ida. On notion of ir. Con stock, of IN. Y. the undect eaven, ajuster claim than tho1, which moe upon thei he committee rose, report Jacob Townsend .Jan. !2 dec 16-C8t&Stf.
ea int. .-, I bFerda, n1817-1 thear Ifindc- claims were instructed to enquire volutionary is presented by a i idow, under such circuin- td .. .... and obtained leave to sit again. James V. Warner 0 g -
dYil --,u a a claim s were instructed to enqui reiburtoe stances? In fight ngyour battles she has st And the house adjourned; s fareite MarfSchene Ja2y. HE copartners hip heretofore existing be-
'- A dte.os aj uri Bejbre the Mayor of Schenectady.X w e tesu crb s, ndrtef n
1r(Signed ) LO'USte. claim e l of tvo olanus Tousie lr reimburse a hu.sband-he has bled that his country Philo Fralick and Benjami W. Howe Jan. 24 tween the subscribers, under the fir, of
ineU .. f loo a tic rifites, might be great, might be free, might be hap- HALIAX, Dec. 6. Schenectady County-Before Gardner Cleveland, Ghrtlns & Watson, is this day disolved by mu-
--py ltA Correspondent, who fuoo deeply adried Mr ober o o nTed t ) Butour advantage has been to her an On Sunday last, a small boat crossing from David Coll s nsbur. tual consen.-New-Yk, 28th v. 1817.
AC orrespon dent, w h o fe cl.a deeply g'ri ev ed III'. R obertson Of L ouisiana, o ffered the ain supera bl~e m isfortune. It Ias throw heir L aw ren Ice T ow n to C ole Htarbour, w as s lid- DJansCo a t b ,r ] s E o t s a l 23h ec 1 -C S wI .N A T O
bat so awfula profanationof the Lord's Da);y, following res untion to the Hfouse : It, tewid 1v Thai. a cooonit e a pointed t,' t(Iis.-hsAll. d o e, or fi-Ared to die." ,1,Kenzie, Geore O,Neal; and Thomas Bar- Abraham I. VL Vlaeko"Fishkill Jan. 27l -Bount A GLanu Cdsoldonen-
A isdcseribed in ".h. t:.!.,V :',- I :. :y ,r .1 -I ; be t o u tir e n, t il' co i l ci t b e a po in te* t hi s Oiud d ;.vrm f 'r c to i dl r weyi V n R 0 o H brthi nestp eeE .

-ttatioaofti e om-n ity. t isscarcel e it be t ie y of r id t e oa to s auppl as i .thtthar as we cas a sup- ry, wer ul ruro O a-' rion Count1^ -B er N m ., o r s t Lands B o0al laB o elr or ote rth o -

ccssaryto aiddthat the noticerhcopied fr.om in o ^ S decde y haribu1nal towhm he-ie eas enio hich^ fV was"1 *A ln 68ow erclhantable Fish, 14sqt i. Abraham Larki. of Sllva Fe. 28 of deceasedd Soldier letstr heh!r
paperpubld in city of sdns rci lzed -aners- blaw the c exercise of ftd'e right of expa-i the y lenes she hasofsustained. Thotre are boPrices c a s (s ,lohrs, .e .v 2e .andt- B gumao n. dec -CStf J .DS
Aan country, requests uN to give it IO, 'an inser- triation: and at tESolUO have leave t tls, trtilot her ca, s, sir, one side, ir nd it would have oa y i er upe e F John Goodrich r o Jan. ate-stre

On Sunday LitO ie 9tif it. willbe represented which w'as then noit adopted ; wetlelr UK ac- oeein im! 'riai what had bceu its provisions avy lor New York-schr. Good nl t TFoor kicd County-before John SClbon Es atHthace r scHE KriGHT OF ST. JOHN, ae romance
Sthe place vohere Fireworks ariah generally count of war in which we r en e he ole siitsof Alen, of Hart and o Pike, ara Milk, o Dryen Jan by is Anna Maria Porter, a Btho of the
d-&oi iti!our paper, aiid tht,.s hold 'it relteothe by bit! or othe:Iv~ia. e upon the justice arid theu honor of 1.110nationl. 70 a'75s per bbl. Beef, 90s do ; Pr,15t Madison County--Before 1cier Smith, first Judge Lands. 14e wi llaho obtain Patents for the heirs

xhiited, e e Circus, an extraordinary Robertson said, tha t t r a veryationsid- Let d oi be told, said Mrey with as much a-l 0.R ; Molasses3S3 a 3s6 per Reuseof Norway," &c. 2 volsgl, ; Sugar, 75,
egti o Fr tus ommnitys. Th e place where eaer beung abif ti decide. Thsc question lani hl Ilrted tnes n a its contract by giving 65s uLi;i erc antable Fish, 1sr Dp ti.uAbraanakin, of SullivanRRIED, or sale by W. B. ee' AL o.li,
:lee ssari to add, that tisa notice isaopied foeet wtioch lead arisen ucid g the lat t ribunal to ,ii a ie Uiliears pension which as hey woulvided at A new brig iustee o l ire nearimPopen Ilar- Schori CountSnay -Bg,for by t le Right Rev. Bi Esq.hop Ho- ..Wt, .
n ciepa .fer :pbl.-is .-.d in the city of-'. 17 feet insthe decision of it n bce loyed. e ad., sI.o.. .c ece of t, ,ar. .i, te Con- bout, loaded with plaster ttivupl)osedof thot befro ohn Goodrich at Shron. to Miss FSCS A. Let its pure flame-
Fi-W",and a. S.TIN P ..ER ,EST IN G .- a- 1, 10 I years l a t, amo ng the r- solu tion ,sizi., .to tlls, t ra to ,L,% L n eLside, aA i t, wo l ohac.ve;d0c, :L Id "ti o uIOIa c Caunse.II Jan."IHO S .J H 1** 0 canneder oanc
O l Sunday le 9th i t; will be rpreseated "wich was the not adopted ; whether tlt ac- bee n unateriae what had beenits provisions. forc -Yorkschr. Good Intent. Jh uoE Y.Mt Ithaca BOOKS.

1stFihtA srogAttakpas Bull. attack- war and, accodig to the doctrine *: the have seen said he, the wounded ndexir meeting as follows :- e tS ;o-is ma^ 'M^'ria,<@tro, ; Aao OLLINS& CO. Boosecllers and Stationers
dm subdue bysixofthestons3tdo.sof Britsh government, an odious crin, re- waror in a l oent wenle na- or chaney ines 1502 87 ema, Esq 189 Pearl-street, have just received andt

d~ilua~aos5ut~-,.1, ,. probated, lie believed by (,very other govern~-! tial ardor which'I hadl killed hIs bosom had been F01. lines for keeping powder contrary to -, for sale, the following new and highly iateresting-
it tt p lace where Fireworks are generally cont, weref treat as traitors figch we we ting a n-i The isobIdd b t pain which he f elt-when law, &c 3 D E D, works -

ghnii >gs Duiag^ ~rs., i. thcu- r^ g~overnme.-nt; and liiut, if this construc- the sacrifin. !eicng, made, nought of lpubllic dul- For interest, on sto.'ks, &c 6 40 43 On Tucestily evening, .Ious FISHan, aged 18 years. l. Letters toLadies, detailing importantinfor-
ui beari. lac t *i1 ion hadi been corn.uiiiil-ed, our "*overiuncct ty reinainiK' to i); ferformuil-then it is, sir, For 10 per ceilt principal of in state At New Orleanii, on tlie i23il ov. of the livter comn. mation concerning themselves and infants, by
'Xibited, nearutiful Ci ger against a r lgaged, orrwc ter eonsaion u, i t had wou hal hts of fail would fl inu stocknith as much zeal liOTt, WI.A C. C. OK, Esq. late Gover- Thomas Ewell, M. D. of Virginia, 8vo. $2 25.
erg of n wlt-it nitconsisesThepa could the UevIrbenabe decide. Talues takio ian the graa-t solicitile. A beloved wif thror )ol Van Orsn, money loaned n or o Louisiana, and ricenrly c1oe R igev.tor of the 2. philosophical Essays o Morals, Literature..,

4th fight-Twelve ogs against a strong th goud of letalitio wh-n the them"- ch-11re. le't l,.ie,,dls-, and mipaotcctei- hnim on uuortsgcg 3r2 50, Ulute. St les Ir,^likt t'o, jun,. At Ph^idl and Politics, by David Hume, Esq. to which is
.ntnu+etsa~l ,vdnee^eo^ oOn SInda evening byhu i.mas f.~ciu n theeriu..e Rih R' i^ e^l^ y" dev. tishe Answe ", I Objetio toI Cht. .
f he Ttl hudo wet sa tshed tf ast fig t h ie are. ot a fam ilies had bcCI supCe,..sh as th yw Would have(* T e 'sti -'- s e l the Fire tar ,n!td em en 1 -25 tp ea \ I or e c,\ N. t Mys. acie .C s tA et i tsem ur e Obpa mel- "i -
7. ,:c oaimfere.--.'. % 2: 1 eti iiio o t ee '. It ,.o~. t l .- -- ...--.1 4_ & -+- k tw .1 ,I I-- -I...-'1 t{reeta .. ..dut D pa
...L1. 't I d f t r i c e t y. _- r ~ a h I i I i K r e e1tt1e f th t l1pr t l (aA m e hld e s t d a u g h t e r o f J o n a th a n B u r r a il E ~ q of r i i te.. i l o e c a

igb the andear, 'e will be senr..t alone against -. c.i id >v- I1tt.a I k.lu ial ]akisn ::dst l'-fr.en Frw a Thomas F rdon' securityoneh Al ,o,". M rs Sarah Kean,3i-la Vetnont, Mr. Be-'tI[N- sok an Account o Mr. Hume' Lite, 0,,r ,,,a,1
dthe lan stro bull, and if the latter conquers all his B-ta in regard to her.. s he .as p.cd. sa ., .. t r a oet s a hiw deficiency 48 44 Smith, 7,; widow Abigail, Ellis, "-At --redyf Essay, -Iand a few Not., Thomas l-.I. -.L ..L
nemics, several pieces of fire-works will be IIacoto have feen had on is puin l tire '. siff airron to i ^us Fuo1 ut ac Co. a donation 150 e. In, Plen Ur. Isaac Dustan. .2--At NewOesr of Virginiain 2 vols. ovo. price t7, boards.

placed on his back which will produce a very hie was led to behave this rnght had been de- consoing ho,_ ex r Std tha lu cou cnm^ aean f -----in^ ^ 1 u***.-2-\ll>'' th Olmpe~ 3. Transactionsot-the Physico-Medical Socie-
ertaistin amusmeintd G ied to our citizens, who were ta-oul not dels ofn la;Is ofl n ature will hak ei ull we, t lect. t $3A1 49 l eta"la, l. l ty of NewYork, containing a number of original

la the Circus will be placed two Manekins, the particulars of the decision on thi, subject rea"ize that hope ite colunrsli sho*^ u l^ And there-as beeti pad asfo~lows:- fordl-At B'lack ock, bor\.,. ..ul.- ;,^.3.. ,;i L;pt. papers relative to the Medical Science and its
InInd expirig I -.;v- "" N W 13 OK8

a-'irlc, i ... ni,-i ,.. iu; the efforts of the 'by Judge Disworthi some years ago, but miere- mray be engageilin another war; I b Ttsloi- widowv, ax anntial pension of ,<;30 \vn. Knapp. *'collateral branches, vol. 1, 8vo. $3.
h r-to t o t,.,wara e ly lm eac il.... ........c1027 50 .'. T hey have also press, an' w ill speedily pub-
wr States, becaaccordin to citize, of the tadicto,nsa ofteheo d theorpanupon mdonations to the same 397 15 REPORT OF DEATHS Booselers dlish-St
r i' himaton t Fe ic, and was there tr in oh"!ads Let not their present Do. to ick and poor ieen 31236 be iss York, for the weAarok ending 1 Dr. Bard's Copndiu of Midwifery,

.^i~bito in atfour o'co precisely. ^^^ 'and ipioeb h eiinoforcutnHae hre ith acustin ahat oi on t firmen ouneat the 500 Saudl De, 13, 117. edtion, uc e lar er).o.wt^
Ss bduedbysio estrongestoso Brin ler n Ge at, a iot n dontr r- cn-cavatiorIint1 Bawfulmoment, whea t Ieina'- For chieuey fin es 500 Dmau, Esq. In9 Pearl-streeto have just received an-d

nAdmtarco olaror gru e bro. debated, hie beteed by evy o ther govran-tialadorwhichi a filled hist c os had been eFo n iren o o andhlheyforee books IiSigSES d r gravings.
hed c fun lorct!d argam uin. t C d-na, er he tre aitors fig,t a resolution will pain, as til a l' that wdill e fortaem wi 0 : t w .9 3. ApDIw or isms of Hypocrates, 12.ks :-

11,, ion. It was certain ly proper, Mr. R. said, that reportca 1S obedience to it. lintmff .1.usin 104 : :^ :, 9S11
If Mr. igRenaulnt d so aaappy as to amuse A )there should be some decision of it'Legisa- t h sacrifotion M, 1 Hade, son was not oprio-o iulcret oso'ks &c 640 O T e g .. n, Gi4es y a 1. CHRISTMA n PRESYNTS,
S(d l'i_-ht-A beautiful tiger against a black tio' at! ee50o 1,31te, ur NveInct r aidN1 C.i C.[.rfomd--hcnit s, it' Fr 1Eseq.cttlratiel o 'e tatThoNemas eEwellt, 2d oN..f hD.veroom Virginiaeingtheseoesan $infnts5.

etaors bythnewspechad menaced seveiretaliationheUWili uselhtureotOttqiou ghtsof:failywould fill him stock50 lttIL ..2.oPhislosaurehsireport 151a15 lstay c. 47 om Ew DTS G inTS. r

B a r y r3o n A dbvlrse dy a n d a u e n t o m OeF Jo m J o i a, O rd e n ,a'n o s)'f b ill f o r th e r elte-of :h B at e) b e gl L oO E o ieta l P riit e Sena to le otf
atrona g ha s been hitherto so kagaindsty beastown t consisey could ti Uniteditat, take itl L Jo son, of Kentucky, said the bill in- The property of the .Deprutnent consists of eis ta 3 Bety eeo and o Medial Science Lottery, Eas sold aw ALLENS
.dfro sO en sa ~ l. tile ,ground of' retaliation, when they thein- UanILIcinll cr,:; 1left fliendles, arid nunputected-- himo a oi mert~gage 1-t2506 U itdA t ateusf, N .Ieroe,.haI tatt..A N*1o ILZ r n

f theon Tim, iow avnxoui he is to please l tes had v reuonied, tn r esr 1 t olved notlonly equitab>e and judicial endu F ;or ecate s B[h, co ste'30 0 anhu e 1,,,e 1n-- At P d- an Politicoe ainh Stme eset w
ORa rk He ad th aoghpropr %o nake taese re di1 bt als a vricty o eacsos' added, the Answer to Ihis Objectio to Ch i ti
(T T ^ ^i n hi f- li se v e h ad ^ n e v e r u~ heo g i ed i be laiv d .h 1 --l-2 o2 5et m n e xP "te to th toise :a e i u di v n e D r C aio J o .b ll d oA l-64^ .,a n / /. --f
wth teare will be seet alo ne againsclearand that the govertcitizen awent and as such a ediequney dnteiered eth busti- h ,,o sIpor ... FiesCo.hedo. it. 47 ,n6Mrsaitofrten 2 ---2-- 4 o h MolyA n c heth oMedicalSc ien -
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESay would maintain it-as they ought todo, if they ness peculiarly l.lative, he thought it la 1 o. Insance Co. cost ,,n io w ,-- A -0 tsy, which will commerce drawing two w
h s iday, Dec. 15. possessed the respect whicgr its professed fo beter be r,;.rred lor a, vea, sigatlon to adln- 50do. FircmTondo. eo 12(90 sema5, h --- Bo-70 4 f-om next Tuesday, viz-fMru4 4.,.,
nMr. Loatee-ndes, ofS. C. -adka reporton the the prnciplhs of liberty and for civil rist-asi ferant tribl: and, lvigc for their (;c in the 5 o. Bank ot i America, do., 72 Killd : : : : -- 70 -red fe ot 30,000-

etition oi Jobn MwConneh awi'i Lurd e Hoff, decision of the Legislature on tbo subject was abilities and just disposition of cHnu He n of tHe 1o t1o. N. Y. Manufactrie g Co. (ao pw ,n 1 Ati Pa...ms :. I --,t ew Orln, of g 2 vof 10,000
1) ,,c-L.,\ t. G` yFrom now ii ,,tl,. e Coa do at...15. .,r.- o i lm i i ,

ra a ren.ssionfdtis on licences for eore important, tis moment, from co.side artmct mst proper lor s li tigation, hi k) r : 4 o- 2 o. 5,000
Sti..h the oneon account of sickness of rations growing out of the present relations lie nri thati the catseo be rflc rrodto the si e- 10 1 hTotnosui,.o'o1. o 9 sh < on ..... 2 o .. .. .

"e iery..',.. : ii.* l l-,, icense, the other of betweenbthe United Statesoand foreignnations. cretary of the Tr hesury to report tshonta.- Andcdthedosnee ttpt eoastl w: fSrAt m ko hr l.,'I 1 p- 2 of 2,000
Bu t t n is soet er pew t c e sd o w n f i l a lwa s i e w a s l dt o e l i e vethisaa cr i g hta.n s a dc i t i e n -, ac h c s,;I ? -s c, n e.tw i t h o w i o s a ,n yIp n s o o 3 i e.tK n opp ." c l l a t ra3 fanh e pe.1 8 e .

lc e .- .. .!. of the season, w which t... ...i-i. .. a y with Spaina0erT citizen of ugrl d to. ,- 5 25 1u.I v e 4 Civ, .>.pe or q tfice, 10 of 1,000i
hnJeredh business unprofitable. The re- thenle 11 holdings acomisteeioftr indedr COMads Lt terIO ovsoI.S'PAY. sIcnd t .srd i re g ,Sice : t T h we, edi. 10 r.B 'o 50nmwery
m, Vi ch was adverse to the prayer of the any government at war oith Spaif whilst we The harouse t ho resolution itsr, f into fIir ee (deet Tiato 1257 77 'bb f "editicon, Manyloe 300,0, 50, -i.
AdP t stas concurred inanr I perots atrpeace with her, is considered as a pirate, coJni-tee of the whole, Mr. Ua. 1t >n the nen -spC o S Tp. okets and Shares for sale at i9e.

,rd 5e. .,of Teu. fror i the committee on T hi t e traordinary provision of the treaty chair, oa tle bill for the conmunation o ot ol ci1 ssll,506 4U r _
sions and rie volawtioary claims, made a re- must hav.I e escaped tahe a Uten itio of rat power soldiers' pay. Taa w i t- a w hat lel en -r:47 :^ ia evl I2
,i i ti.,.speatioyofoaeelt Evafrs,.unfavora- f 'b our odernment which makes treaties, or it Mr. Johnson, of Ky. as chairman of the Thevalu o the stock of heW irnll :. : :By oly fa ill,fromn the m t h 11 eris8 of p ats
Se thereto which was read and concurred i th rld havt been rejected, as well for its cruel- military committee, s onted a num b- of faets nc r .Co .,,any ". ,Ich l iT e hav ,e also. i lpnr 'roota .d lwillls s te o; her : TRU, I T tOA E.SYF T

S ti tlrs a r d o t r e c o a s id e r e d a n d o r d e r e ds t o h e t y a s b e c a u s e i t is a n Sat o(?Iti o o det b e a r i n g o n t h e s u b j Wc t o f t h e ib le na up o a o n ni ti 1o n t o t h e i un. t o7 t h e Oep a tIe 1 5 R E P O R T O F DT H Ol i.
, e table*, s te t f fihwe atudpunish piracies, and not a power conu ber of, ten i1 the e vice at1 the loseof wa- d d se and a prc n.t o, '" r' N. B. ALL Tickets sold at Ari: :S wi
.O u ,!l a s L t o t e r psu rer~cn o i ~ .t sic a dre p o rt .ni nfi h e c tyoX u Tok f r the w ek" 1 D .B rd s C m p n im7f N

.eMr. eia, from tie ndae same committee, made fided to the treaty-making authority. To say war was ascertained oave been 34,000, the 5 p 30 each, besides such do- A hi'E LAST : av theiruame printed o the ., ch as ar

report unfavorable to the petition of Richard It. .bi.,.....y til, however, Mr. R. observ.- number whio diw in service or tvere killed in ratio s inthudgment of the Trustees may Ship Rapid, baker, 19 days from St. 1ustatia 3, t. ,will he paiM at either, f ci office :
,l;btorris,who prayfor puc.;b,-.ulcei ia ofIa n,,, l, ,J, h,,lut it necessary to protect the battle war siated al about 17,000; making e e 1 and 9 from Exma, salt, to H Harbeck, owner. Broadway, New-York
dt certificate for revolutionary sperces or citizens ofthe Un ted States from punishment, i tle whole about 50,000 soldiers (and heirs The roe s sho s .public and private Nov. 2 R off. a ,soie c ry No. 2 Souh Third-stret, Philadelphia.
applies Tis report was opposed by Mr. due only to piracy, when fvoulnd with comms of soldiers) entitled to bounty in land. schools, who ave been examined four times the m bl i No. 15 Market-street, Baltimore.

sei~ttof Va. aiid r. Livermore, of N. 11. sons in tir iands from any government at For this unuber eight millions of acres wid ps y shares b eSchool Committees i and arc t sfrulgaoleak three days before. No. 449 South Market-street, Albany.
hom Ir. Rhea replied. On motion of war with Spain. He wished to see our citi be required. ut it was a number overrated generally attentive to their studies, and decent ulian,. 1..2... from St. Eustatia, via dec 17 w b
v Forsytti, the report was ordered to lic on zeus at perfect liberty to become citizens of and lie did not believe llhat 40,000 would comne in their deportmenet. They are furnishled. within Turk Island, .*1* ,1 liD...in the latter place, with -^rj' pt *,) I [ *i, ,.L\a vi'l l.
Stable what nation the chose, on such terms as at forward to claim the land bounty. Of the two pairs of shoes each annually, i cases where salt, rum andmolasses to E Fisher, F H io u (N *
Wius, of N.C rom the committee nation should prescribe. It would appear, whole number of 50,000, he calculated that parents are unable do it Mthemselves andR. St rtoel wal Rooms, ... have this day published:
yA ;,aonte pao of Winlow arid ared, that there was not that neutrality in say25,O o; to pay tis nuber the proposed to make the icme answer t it the eces. yadng, .-:r i* -- Miss Ana Maria Porter, author of-euce of
L ,,s ( ra i "ufication for t tou conduct towards the two parties, in tlande commutation would require in ve rfierus ol sary demands upo" ihe unies, t. .thas as yet rn ,failed for Wa24ter Melon Key, Nov. dth Norway, &n. csusidbythe application, to war between Spain and her colonies, which dollars, or 1,250,000, annually, for four years, been adq.ute Left at T 1. ship Jefferson or hilaelp Theyhae alsoreceived te Potical Woks

"On i iSEs tli.n ( teir use,Sof certain wo- we ai trifess In this rtshect the parties which mode of payment tiad bee, selected, as he certificate of Dischargeo whi(h the n6us- 65 an Jn a i'ognish brig for Nsewburypor the 4 J Montgomery, complete in 2TOls.-
dosed in tl.eciacery of. the United srecedtr oton whe ise foessed well witle a view to the benefit ofthe soldiers tees der ireredtdo e ddo. ot 179 d oay, De. 3(1 1 ix9Tls70 p 2 Price $T2 ie boay, or i 2 50 bound.
e ied:::Tported a bill for c eo U0edS te the mployo as to the relief of the treasury. The commit- tate b h i evyob pro o he b An Towridge: Lett to Ladies, detauing important inform
I,,r.: eond, i doS Co Heaury a .Lewis! Spain ther ,in-o the colonies is not considered as lee, be said, had no doubt but the annual pro- lak o ofianfor Nw-H.aven, to sai,.the 2d ec. tin ... ., aN i t, whn
et Lio as iC.rch.dnnBd ca mtttoed, a pirate, but, engaged, in the service ofthe ceeds from the very land commuted would be ahe tfthem1t0 to

ra: img ya.r.issUm aBEs. 1n T cS colonies against Spain, he is. He did not sufficient to defray the whole amount; whicn ed be burdensome were it not rendered oth- vana, with)coffee, hides, gum c5pal ,&c:.. t0 0 ,
r ,b.. Tu the w o e ac.cont commsiuteesto know that is fact would have induced him to would remove all objections of a r financial na e r- b heat fltsr fecio, which re- 5Ops .' n mT at me : :with th f s o fha 5

. wa..L..,,.i.rc so ucoe se, the othe........ have brought the question before the house, tre-and he was no. aware of any other. tsoof .stae ot aN..osr of5libera5 charity, ch : Cub a t s gerJ. L.Dubois, ). 'c of ,00
S .- ;int ti .. at.o ei, adate easn,relat it ,aut fo. h e deep impression he felt of the jus- The measure, he hoped, would have the effect .n their sdtuaion it is iieible to p0ase all,; Saer. t aoT: w l 1 b ol1s-C l, 0 fvo

.i:ts ,topintetoiaiag erouivepise, made a tice and propriety of adopting the principle, rs of cuti3g oIf all speculation, of which there they have, thoblfthref .p tfore, to arsue what they con-o rIf Ptohedis, e:. 17. 'py tr
~~~~~ suet, d,. e~ reo~ um vts m r- ino rectiovens hu ldnt ewh i vhaen i hs 'tr eatiesNr1t r. Johnson, o i .asc araof I t ile I'!h. vhte-fth- st .c5 -1theILucnyeuOnfur-e iny acede-tly alliuA !'om tie nhaithead e
Ili as thrt hc eda dcn urdi ewtould ha ve r. bee vrioued s wly utafor itscrua. ,elcal.- I mili bt a ls o 'avaitte, tyf, ated touu ber o fat s a ce onpay s.u t1im1ihe ,at oso
ltaferadsreosierd- ad rdrd ule t H ecas tihn c flgsationto d- berin pnrhopsbretoofmahe bthlsThe nu .1000 wIi. ll prt~ ob.lyacruo _t 2 89department-3ta1ing laudtontaeir1chiBren h o llowinAY, LE
th ,dle f n a dlhih piac es a d ota oer c n- ur L en in t y ehe er i tc t ot ile lo se of 3:ti do.U ni nd.p0 6i )b ntontit.f h e CUINI '0 405ty ,SIns~ o .N.B OT 'sare ow fer edA L ico rthe sod~' at H-oar c,.iA, .ll
P- .r righ'te aecomtee ae tiddto the cleary-maindtatnthefovrnit erlT alofsywaas asuchnenuryainedto hae bee|]34,000;st-h15 Toere LFre Co-e nt97wdo ws, whoVreeeittooiv(ttlehs '4 oydas nte4t ls eiclSIneL
reportn'favrableto thepetiton ofRichad e,, li. ,..., ,,r itthoweve,2 r.R. oberI- umber-ho didIin srviceor weeol.ledsin n annal p5siIn f ma0 ac. iesidefsuchti-r./ .RI `I D0 -t60E 2 t'eIy,, .hhvehthirllaceommented drthwing twoehwseers
Jpt ls hs e otud a s opposed by M r. ssdue o ly t eprespcy, whichou d is h of nns.-I of slir)e tte o e bu t n ln T eeae7 or'arsi n pulic A d-rh, t e ov : :P.ant'Inee,7spoke _rigofun.0S0ott,
_'-. Lownes, ofS, C inade a eportlonstewtilerpriciplesnoeiaminedandfor Limestrthethtbe0", hiladelpb it atAforandrtvaungPconcedc n weverytile..5do.oBankToiAllier Icot5L-hilKlledphi:.
Ssetiti onVr.* and MCae r Lvroeo .tt st0unecs ionOftile ir hands from n oeneta o hsnme ih ihns otilew ldpat earbyth Scoo Cmmtte ;an aefi, .I,, ...,,: ;.. obIge bt upsgig N.1 Mretsre Blioe
I -o c o l; S~i d e D ~ p u ,L jl c It n u s t ps p r uno rai t iki vt h r e e d a y s b11 o nt 13 a.t) ,". 0 c o st4 4790 O. 0 1 d ,g e :r ke:t: t' -: .,2o f 5 0 0 y .
.a whoma remission o repfs nlie. O oince or warewith polaiu.at heishmo ednto, e ou ii- b rq ie' ati aanu bSo-rrt 0d; gnerlly, atV cai ve othiSsuieatd eenri hofn .,-,.f3,(S.)00h t de 7
~~.: t le or, lioete chs, nsuhtem a ha orwad toh cat, the ast, be ounrdty.o fthe t opar 1oho eIhau jiu asswhr alt, um ud :ls: :o F:hr,:. Ncmsl -, .!, 'L .|tI .---
'w i : p a srty... I, ic lirr e nse the r' t of theSure- o r e ovv er, romUntedwhathehand fsaid, Mrain. I re- utarmof',ere h n hal w o r~uld chomnclr oney, S to rcursmck ,,",,admaSeent.- usl en. hcl iver.I. ..ne. acco n, ofsickn.s of l-ooms, eowii.... e r ".. flareI'. thts1d'2p b2 o .00

I e. ". : ",I II' I ___--__ ,)j t A L n.-.I. %us, of te eraso, hc y6 ..in eiw l p rfeaty.winthSpisnrespeci h atizesn whfch m odeto. _payent had -1bee-I s -td a heerI iat o isha 1,whchth 25ts- ,1`.11md an Fng -sh brIg)brNwhrpot h O ams oitoev, o;" i ls-

,:4 ut~m re us codu iig ithabstracted from the e itio tate of th~ings. was so muach complaint, and by which the sol- ietei uy i athkuC refercuce to ouit-door rbiglanh:Reca Gog

I throughout thetuitiedSlate-z,.Ii.h ia .-twice :
From the London ,Vew Price (..,r-' tant Oc- incd and comnilt..d |
tober 24, Mr. Tal_,,'or l MNew-York .at the irlance
r'.,t:,,..-There li e been VErr few aales el- of the committee ofi Eertion., itiroductd imc
( I.A inr cr:.!on -eiac.oul la- ; the h.-.l'crt are following resolution. ucilec the minpiuesion that
1,1 t liur, ari. dill submit to no depression : ] i proposed a course trthe mot lespectlul to the
tt. private conLtacit are confined to a few House, If not the only manner in which the ART
Pr r arni at .*2 3d : a few Boweds at 2'2d.- I committee could execute the duty required
'! wo public sales bhae been brought forward, of them : Almonds. 5,
7' Maranhams sold 2s a Js Ojd ; l38 Detiera- Resold. That the President of ie Unit- ----
Tas 20d a '23 1-8J; the remainder consisted of', ed State. be reque-ted to communicate tothlii nclhor.
tritial p.rcelsof-Jamaicas'21 a .'2id; Mont- House, whttherany, and. if any, which of the AsnEr. Pot
c rrat 2i2d ,Grenada '2.'1d a '.;d ; buriuan fiepresenlauves g.peaed in the list herinnn- Pro
It, j5-d ; Barbad,.eL c '2_it L,'.- t Je I ll >D e11 elarrebdlJ au-y mcelunderthe United Bacon, Vii
i f,1. -" States since the 4th day of March, in the Beam,
C',tin.-There was a good supply of new year 117; designating "the offce or ofiica .Beef, Ieri
\A heat in this morning', market, chiefly frum they have resptctiely held, the time of ap- Prim
Suiolk and Essex; the prices of Monday were pointment and acceptance ol' the sald odlices; Carg
up1ported I;r the fine qualities: the inferior whether the same 'are now held, and, f not, Bo-tt
m.t a heavy sale at rather a lower currency. I when thesame were severally retigned.-[[An- Boxwood,
--Barle %wasat a-mall declne.-ln other ar- need to the resolution was a list of the names Bottles,
ictles- there was no variation since Monday, of the members of the 15th Congress.] Bread, Pil
,1 wiclh the flullowing was the Report:- The resolution was agreed to, and a com- 8Sh
There was a good supply) uf English Wheat mittee appointed to present the same to the NIa
;n Molodau'6 market; the greater propoiLion President. ---Cr
waS )t of su dry and fine condition as on the Mr. Williams, of North-Carolina, from the Bristles, R
r.revi,,u wet-k : tire best samples in c e come- committee uflClaims,imade an unfavorable re- -----
qaience sold freely at the prices of Monday port on the petition of Alex. Worster,of Mass. Butter, fir
wlek, and generally of the market it might be lately an officer of the Army, who prays in- for
t.at'd lLhat Wheat nas rather higher, but not demnificatlon for damages recovered from him Candlis.,
.:,decliddly so, lfo us to make any alteration by the friends nf a minor whom he had eniis- ----
ai iht .juorc-d currency.-Fine Barley was in ted and detained as a soldier, underthe belief
gTrat request, and ihe quantity at market be- that said minor was of full age.
rig, tisirl, an advance of 4s was realized; On-suggeation of Mi. Little. of Maryland. Checie.E
gT.jd O r gindinrg samples were a shade high- after some conversation, ii which the prince ----
r.-~i.It advralicd 5 .-Uojls i.#t a bhiik ple of the report was controverted. the rf port ---A
,r :xrtLn-ie sale, hut no l.,h1.,li price could ias referred to a committees i. the imlhol.. Chocolate
r.- rr.-ie'd.-Ihapt-_t- d aould liih.- -old rea- Mir. Parris, of assachusetts, from a select .-----
dilv' at a..nte.--Thert ias little Lin- coin.'itt(e to ...m n was rlftfrrcd the'b putin -----
seed offering: the few parcels at market were of Noah Miller, Inspector of the Pjqrt of penb- --.---
held at prices much higher than the preced- scot, who prays for a pension in cLoQ.quence Cloversee
week of disability incurred by a wouid received Coal, Live
Rice.-The demand for Rice for exportation -whilst in the execution of his duty; reported a .Scot
continues ; Carolina has this forenoon reali- bill for his relief: which was twice read and -- Vir
zed our quotationi committed. "Rho
Tolbrcco.-There have been several sales of Mr. Savage, of New-York, made a report Cocoa, C
Tobacco this week; the prices are little va- from the committee of Revisal and Unfinished Is
tried. The arrivals when the wind changes are business. C,
expected to be very extensive. Mr. Bloomfield, of New-Jersey, from the Su
Oils.-There continues to be great Auctua- committee to whom was referred so mudh of Coffee, vW
tions in Oil; Greenland Whale Oil has been the President's Message as relates to the sur- do
sold 21. a 3/. below our quotations, but' the giving Revolutionary Patriots, reported, in do
market is again on the advance, on account part, a bill concerning certain surviving offi- ----B
of the scarcity; every other description is a cers and soldiers of the late Revolutionary J---
shade lower than the prices obtained first of Army. B
the week, [This bill provides that every commissioned ----
Tallow.-There have been extensive pur- and non-commissioned officer or soldier, who -.- M
chases of Tallow : the prices hare advanced had served in the army during the war which Copper, S
2s. a 3s with a prospect of a farther improve- terminated in the treaty of peace with Great -
meut. on account of the limited quantity in Britain in 1783, and reduced to indigence, or 13
London : for Yellow Candle our quotation is by age, sickness, or any other cause, may be -
the latest realized price, iut it is probable unable to procure subsistence by manual la- I
higher rates may be obtained before to-day's bor, shall receive half pay during life, equal to Cordage,
:change closes. The Town market quoted 71 s. the half-of the monthly pay allowed to his -
which is 2s 6d higher than last week. Hemp grade of service during the revolutionary war Cork We
has been brisk at advancing prices; our high- -provided, that no pension thus allowed to a Corks, V
est quotations for Petersburgh Hemp is stated commissioned officer shall exceed the half pay c
to be realized this forenoon. of a lieutenant colonel.] Cotton,
publicsalea/Provis-ions.-00tlOOtie sPrime The bill was twice read and committed. .G
Me-s Beef,withdrawn. 24 do. Mesa Beef,70s. The motion submitted by Mr. Bassett of N
75 barrels Joyce's Prime Pork, 85s a 87s 6d. Va. to amend the rules of the House, was T,
200 bales singed XWaterford Bacon, 50s a 55s. taken up and agreed to. [The question of 13B
100 bales scalded Bacon, 43s a 47s ; 50 bales consideration, which has heretofore been a C.GLCU
Belfast Middles Bacon, 76s a 53s. matter of much contention in the House, in the Cossas,
Public Sale of Skins.-14,600 Martin, a days of party conflict, is thus expunged from Mamrnoo
few lots 12s a lIOI6d. per skin chiefly sold 6s the Rules of the House.] Daftas,
6d a 8s ; damaged and staged 3s 8d a 6s 6d.- On motion of Mr. Edwards, of North Caro- Ilumniutn
1560 Lynx Cat 23s a 24s 6d and 10s a l2s.- lina, the committee on the public land were Emertics
900 Cat 2s 7d.- 400 Fishl-Ir 12s7d a 15s9d.- instructed to enquire what further provisions (urrahs,
230 Bear 27s 6d a 64s : one lot 15s.-2000 are necessary in the existing laws, for the l3andann
Ermine ikins 49s a 50s per timber.-1340 G nore effectual prevention of frauds by the Flag IldI
Mink 4, a Gs 10d ; one lot 2s 7d.-800 Otter purchasers of the public lands. Currants
14s 3d a58s6d.-260 Fox, red 10s 2d a 18s On motion ofMis. ... ,: d
4;, midalngpersaningir-bags Eider Down ions bylaw for thi.. i .. ,, ,'. i1 otl and
9s perlb. claims in the Missouri territory. oi D)
Ashes Pot, 1st sort dy 1ls 1 Id per cwt. On motion of IT. iM'Loae, of Dl. tie cor- --
stained and crusted, lls 10 d mitteeor so much of the message of the Prc- A
Bark. Quercitron 20s a 24s. sident, as relates to roads and canals, were EI
Flour, fresh 48s a 54s instructed to enquire into tihe expediency of -' Ru:
sour, 32s a'38s authorizing the secretary of the treasury of -- d
Pitch, 8 the United States to subscribe for stock in the Di
Tar, Carolina 13s a Iis company incorporated under the name and D
Tobacco, Maryland ord. and scrubs 5d style of the Chesaeak and Deaware canal Dr.-s &"
Brown, 61da7d Company, or any other company now, or "
Good color, 8d hereafter to be, incorporated for similar pur- Alum,
Virginia, ord. and dry 6d poses, to be paid by the appropriation of the Aloes, C
stemmed, 8d public lands, or by any surplus money in the Anniseed
Hops, in bags, Kentish I 9' a25 treasury of the United States. Antimonsee
Suse-, 319a24 The engrossed bill, supplementary to the Aquaforti
Pockets, Kentish, 20 10s a 2S to.28 act for the establishment of the mint (for con- Aquafort
Sussex, 19 aP tinuing the same at Philadelphia) was read a Arsenic,
Iron, in bars 13 10i third time, passed, and ent to the Senate for Balsam C
in pigs 7a 8 concurrence. Balsamrk, Jes
Lead, 20 a33 The House then resolved itself nto a comrn- do. d
Pitch, 9 G6d mittee of the whole, Mr. Wilkin, of N. Y. in do. Ca
Rosn, black 10s tie chair, on the bill for the relief of John Borax, re
Ta yellow n 7 1 Bate. Brazilett
Tallow Town 71 This bill, which proposes to indemnify Mr. Brimstone
melted stuff 54 a.56s. Bate for certain losses sustained by the over- __
rough do. 38sa 42 flow of a Saline rented by him from the gov- __
Cotton, Sea Islaud, 2s 3d a 2s 9d ernment, occasioned a'dcbate of some length, Camwood
New-Orleans, ls10lda2s Id involving the principle, as well as te facts, Camphor,
rei. bhwof is 8d a is r101d which lasted until the usual hour of adjourn- Canthaso
... ,'.n.-,, ew 45s ment, when the bill was postponed for further Chalk,
old, 37sa 39s consideration. Cochic a
The House adjourned to Monday. Conpperas
We havc been favored with Gibraltar pa- Copperas of
ors to the 22d of October, which furnish NOTICE Cream o,
some further particulars of the late Revolu- p1 URQ'fQU.1NT .. ,it order ofthe honorable Si- Galls,
tionatAlgiers. When thejanissariessnurroua- I- m.''i Ii.ir, c... fh,,,e1, i e,
de the palace of the.Dey, he called to his as- ,eriw r Ifor arihe state c.,i ..r.-ui,,''...,(i .( he Soput
mi-tance the officers of his artillery anid navy, tnhalt Slhen Hltclckiss, of Ner Hae llnn So
bsst they declined interfering. The Dey then eirt to be ,-. I .... i andir said Oy Amra
deriandedofthejanissaries whatthey wanted ; on the third '*1 ....,I .r tf J.,i,.i i i mit, praying o tlt -- 'it
tbey replied, ",an individual from within." his body may beexempt from arrest on arcourt of aj' A sa
Aixis to preserve his life by any sacrifice debt owg by him,.and that he may have the relief Assa
he offered t' double the pay of the whole superior eort tO rot lef in certati cass of esol -- Sen
corps; ant tiis was rejected, and his person very" ; atwlch time and place all person ne rnd Gentian
loudly called for. His fir.nness now forsook r~d a 'i q'P ., *. in -r ,,-e .. ..... r,,.I i, .... t,-,, ,-r' Geian,
him, iand hehad recourse to poison; its opera- dem Ii (l'i. -..a,,1", trt I til...'. Ipecacuan
tion, however, was not efficiently quick, and li .i p ua
the janissaries eltcring, seized and bound him, NOTICE'. indigo, Fl
and conducted himn to the sri>t appromi.ited for Up SUAiTto a orderofthehonorableSi- B B
public executions, where they strangled hini. n. 'moon Baldwin, one of'thc jii.l,. ..f" i n:.... --_ Is
The then quietly returned to irtcir h ,uinis e ; cnr r't for tha r i.. t .f( n' carm .-t --N
al lhis psei'ini about an holr from their vet' h n Nor i-I-
tir l ot assembling, to saidhcort w outy, 1. is preferred Iis pe itioni Jallap,
Thepuhlic opinion was much in favour of "' J ,, n,,,iril se*n d "I J r W. .r -.,. in uoi .e
the newDcy Aif Cogia-the ministers of his ',i-'in "'l".i s i rii ,, i .i .riti..iai l ".i Liquorice,
predec s.ors ave be.n hanilhed, into the in- -,. iut ar e :ti ,. I- 'lI "A act t'o a utorise t. Logwood,
terror ';.J their property confiscated. It is sniperloreurl ,-. .. i, .--r i, ... ," ,.aof inotl- ,
stalrd that the Aigerine squadron, ( o ,i,t;,... veacy"; at I,,.iiii.. s iii l.,,- 'i i.utin concerned
ofa polacre corvette, tliu-e brigs, .nr i It.., r,5'- ', Iii i .i. ,h lr, ',errln,-i, I the -----Madder
school s sailed on thte ntr, of Sept. supposed ,..I II..- -2 L,' I st tl< i 12'E M 11
witih .i u iilt....i ..rumiing ,.it t.'are t. Vin- l. I I. 0- -1111 rt M
ceit- n ,ur vessels ander 1-russian and Hlanam- _- .. r i. i I .:' 1 -rm ,*.'I., i It, r iittn Manna, FI
b ,. ni-gs; and there was little doubt ,.,, 0 ,,iw b d r g 1c r o' ; ." t 1 1,:,, l ; .:.,l I ,., "- S
-. .. ; plagueonboard. The oplubt r. 11 1by te Author of John i,,ll -,rd Iholli., r J.,,,,i .'-.an :, ,
ti.ued. Algiaueo board. The panu mbrofdeath : I-rr'.e --Just received andt for sale by
bthed.in abogit r-sometimes more-eit had -l. v B. (-lll.t., 92 Broadway. Opium,
spread abo et eal ,- sometime te interior.- had r li I-IL Ll \ i, u" ',, tninu- Oil, Casto
spread lo several ier. in the iterior.- thor of "An Antidote to the Miseries of Vitrit
is -it man Life," Cottage .ti;,. it'," &c. just Pink Root
." E r published and for sale by Quercitro
r.J.'.i' lD. J. L. TIFFANY, Quicksilve
HOU'SE O0' REPlr.EuENKTATIVES. nov 21 114 Broadway. Rhubarb,.

4Friday. rDy 12. 'o i; ,.\C rJO\s ,1 h e j'hi.. ..I a s Rocoa,
Mr. h'opkiuson, of Pennrylsvania, from the IL >.,.,v i Ncw...h .V. 1 ', h A l, ". Sassafras,
comti iLee on the Judiciary, reported a bill to -,,r i.- .'.a ,i l .r f .y ".,ti tm
estatdlish au Uniform system of Bankruptcy I .J c. 4 :1 1. CILLLE


tjli lt ..LL RBEV6l ED AIND LCORRECTED (FR, ..l, DAY li Ri..R t, tn ., F .-t ,.s i... ]I E I-RT .E.i ,i ._i- ir, ,

oft shelled, lb
S .v. tton.
rgar b-
giuI. "bu.

na, No. 2.
ton. I
ot, ,t

ackcr, b
rt quality,

Boston, No. 1,
do. No. 2.

erpool, chal
araccas, cwt
V. I. fine green, lb
o. 2d quality,
o. 3d do.
)ld White,
lixed qual. inf.
Amcrican do.
foreign, Cwt
clvct, gro

iea Island, lb
eorgia, Upland,
ourbh. & foreign

is ,

kfs. silks.

20. no

iglisli, No. 1. yd.
issia sheet.-white ps.
to. do. brown
aper, broad,
ho. narrow,
*.Dye-sltuf's, al-
l1 arranged.
ape, lb
y, crude,
suit, Li. P.
o. Red,
o, ton
e, roll, owt
flour, Sulphin
crude, ton
d, gro. cwt
refined, lb
ies, ton

I, -t
Tartar, lb

Pal In.
noniacurm, I
,1 -"i lt i,

e of France,

Bay, ton
St. Domingo,
loots, Sn rnn'-,
,.',)od toti
S lb
r, g fall

ir, ton
East India, lb


13 50
16 50
17 75

Itl 5


17 50
18 5'


8 10
10 501 l
2 8

3 50) 4
2 15 3
14 4

20 21 4
.1 50 6
35 51 6

!9 <0
16 '17
10 50 11
28 50
11 12
141 15
20 21
14 50 1C
4 50 4
3 50



1 50
2 50
0 50



2 25
1 62
1 12


1 75
1 200
S, 15

s-al Amimtonic. Indian, ,'I
'aJl Petre, re6intd,
'enaca Root,
enna Iol. American.,
-- East Indsi,
.3hunrmack, Sicily, ll.n
------ ._Amnriman,
.-inma."ohba, ib
'nalte Foot,
I- Virg ii.a,
t itaiJ louiian,
5 vlors,
Featrihs, lirc,
Fidl d, ( .0., wtt
-- do. ~cale,
pkfickd Cod, bbl
do. Scale,
spr Mackrel, No.Il.
do. do. No. '2.
.- Sout Shad, No. 1.
f-- Shad, N o. 2.
S-- Cotu. Me.s Shad,
5 ---N. Scoutia.Hlerring, box
01 New Englaud do.
4 Flax, lb
3 Flaxsced, clean, cas
4 ----- rough,
a Raisins, Malaga,
---- luscatel, box
limes, bbl
New-York superline,
0 Richmond, new,
6 Aliddlings, fine
6 1,.e Flour,
M' ii s11 M eal,
-, d i. in hhds. '100
7 .s'h eat, North River, Ibu
S---- Southern,
S'orn, yellow
in price I'ra
Furs, Beaver, Norlthr i
do. South & VWe./c!
0 -- Raccoon, ,ki
--- Mtusbrrab,
I0 -- MIarlin,
8 --- tcr,
155_-- Rcl Fox,
35,-- Mink, North,
'-- rI. uilti,
;4 .-- Olcr, iorth,
-- do. iouthl
i price per. il.' l.
i do. do. |jir rix dollar,
T. In'li;i.Lt, ( i by 8, io)

S- by 10,
-- 10 by 12,
mnr' ar i 7 by i,
S -i l by li t

---- American,7
(Clnpotider, American, S5
-- I----- tg-lish,
------- annon,
i larts, 'Virginia, lb
--- N. -iivcr,
3'; ltemp, toussi:in, l.on
Amer. water rol,
l---- do. dew rol,
-- --- arn, KcI,,,_l, i,
1ides, Becnos Ayrcs,
-- We:t India,
i logs Lard,
5(, e-Iowey,
20 Havana, ga
Hiops, first sort, lb
S Horns, 10'
0 iornatips, A1
Horse hair, curled, lb
6 iron, Pig, ton
Country refined,
-- Russia, 0. S.
5 -- Swedes,
0 English Bolt,
Sheet, cw
Leather, 9oal, lb
Dressed, upper sid(
Upper, undres.
lead, Pig, eCw
5 ---lIar,
Lignumvitta, toun
LUM IE R{, cargo ;,. 'i.-
iloards, Oak, ll
North lhivcr Pine,
5 Yellow Pine,
Albany Boards Fine, pce
0 Scantling, Pine Ml
Oak Timber, sq f
Shingles, Cyprus, Mtl
S--- Pine, bur

15, Staves, W. Oak Ml.il.
Il ) Barr.
lHhds. Red Oak,
-- heading,
.4 floops,
70 Mahogany, bay,
St. Domningo,
Ot0 Molasses, Surrinam,
70 Trinidad,
5 ---- Havana,
St. Vincents,
S----_- New-Orleans,
----- Sugar-House,
'l.i-1 tn English,
do. in bottles,
..- American
"'1: ,1... in bottles.
7 i ll ... tclm ,1l izes,
; -- r i... I. do.

." LOI- l...
i. ir', ...r.-: blue,
1,.. ,I yellow
S----- ( .i.panydo.
----- t1.2 short,
------- ._,. long-,
| ** ,r:. l ar,
' i----- --r'ich,
.----- Rosin,

)1 lpir. of Turpentine, gal
15 i Ld,. Florence, 30 flars.ks bo)
-- do. 12 bottles has
so 40 -- Olive, gal
in 20t -- Linseed, Dutch,
18 24 do. American,
60 100 -- Whale,
50 60 Sperm Summer,
1n -- do. Winter,
25 -- Liver bbl
3 S3;i h'ead, Red,' cw
S 4 -_- White, dry,
1 14--- Grounid in Oil,
20 1 Ochre, yellow dry,
13 51 ---- Ground in Oil, lb
3 -, am,;ii Brown, dry, cw
2 50 | do. do. ground in oil, b11)
5 .' ni.i, bright, gal
3; 5; 4 ----- black,
15 50 10 V'ermnillion, English, lb
I3 50 14 I -- Chinese,
12 12 .'.' ... black, cav
10 1t i '' Sheathing-, tre
---- W rapping,
16 16 50 Peas, White, Dry, 71
1 50 1 6i3 --- Green,
75 i'laster Paris, toT
11 1'2 Pork, Cargo, bbi
k 18 18f tit- Primne,
17 17 25]j-- Mess,
10 Porter, London, doc
4 4 5'J ---- Draft, ,'a
3 50 4 -- Brown Stout, Idc
8 10 -- Draft, ca
9 10 Arner. Bro. Stout Jo
Pipes, short, gt
9 9 1 *;,. Foreign, ci
10 0 .a ---Country,
9 7. 10 Rice, new,
9 7. 10 -- old,
7 7 50 Salt, St. Kitts, bi
5 5 25--- Exuma,
5 50 Turks Island,
0 25 26 ---Isle of May,
s1i 1 87 2 -- St. U.bes,
1 87 2 Lisbon,
87 9- Cadiz,
1 ti 1 12 -- Liverpool blown,
75 07 -- do. ground,
W; ,;tShot, American, all size '
37 4 i-,... Deer, in hair, I'
|---do. shrived,
Wi 2i --- Goat, M'og. P'
3 50 4 do. W. to.
2 2 5". -- Morocco, af
n 5. oap, Smiyrna, it
15 --- Tur[p'ntine,
1 1 50 A-- erican,

1 25 1 5j',. prices Cassia,
4i 7, -- Cloves,
-I1 55 --(- Gingcr, race
4 50 5 ,-- Pure do. ground
1 4 50 G-- Mace,
40 50 ---- Pcpp-',
1 15 1 25 Pimento; J.
x 10 50 do. Spanish,
10 11 50 Spirits, Brandy,C. .1I...n
12 --- Bordeaux do. do.
13 .50 14 ---- Jam. 4th proof,
9 -- W. In. 3d proof,
in rn ---- N. Ene'. 1st proof
---- Gin, -lolland, 1st
21 2O: --- PhilplAli.-:- -
1 .1 10 ---- mo. Country
lib 6 7 '0 Whiskey, Ilye,
7 7 75 -- do. rectified,
6 50 7 -- do Apple,
-- Peach brandy Va.
20 "', .., first quality, il
i 190 200 t' el, Germian,
180l -- Swcdish,
120 Englib h, Crowley, ti
7 8 -- llisteredml c
12 1i--- do. Country, t
10 I -:- ugar, !iruscovada, prinLc
11 i A&-'k&3d quality. c
l; 1ti6-- N. Orleans, prime
d 7L ---- 2d & '3d quality,
30 Hlavana, white,
o 8 50 --- 2d &3d quality,
e 6 Havana, brown,
20 21 2d & 3d quality,
30 45 --- Mlart. cla. white,
77 50 85 -- do. do. brown,
80 90 Brazil,
95 100 -- Lump, 11
95 --- Loaf,
75 95 Tallow, foreign,
9t 10 American
6 7 Tea, Imperial,
28 3i Gun Powder,
e 2 50 3 50-- H'yson,
1 25 O2 50--Young Hyson,
t 6 6 5oL- Ilyson Skin,
6 75 7 -- So7cng,
6 25 6 73 ('ongo,
1 20 30 --- Blohela,
Tin, in llae0s, 'le
i18 120 Bllock, India, b
18 Tobacco, ilichiiond,
18 1 ,-,_1 .,, ,1 ,
e 19 -- Rappahannock
ft. 14 15 -----Potomack
16 25 -- Kentucky
ft. 2, -P St. Dorning-o,
5 ------- Ladies Twist,
S3 3 50 ----- Sweet scented
'7 P-2d quality
4o ----- Conuon
30 32 Twine, Seine
.2 23 ---- Sowing
55 V .i;.. i :
25 3 0 Wax, Bees, yellow
t. y4 9 do. white
I0 27 Whalebone, Slab,
60 62 Wh'itinig, cr
60 6) Wine, Maderia g,
o55 60o do. L. P.
60 i,-, Sherry
60 62 Colmenar
61 71 *-- Teneriie, L. P,
60 70 do. cargo
1 37 1 75 -- Lisbon,
56 Malaga,
1 25 1 37 Claret, ca
h --- do. 12 bottles do
8 12 --- Port, ga
10' 14 Wool, Spanish, best qua. lb
8 Merino, washed
10 11 -- do. tmnwashaed
o100 105 half breed washed
1 90 do. unwashed
84 89 3 qrt breed washed
1 50 1 60 do. unwashed
common washed
American hatters
2 -- Hares
2 50s do. Pd quality
2 12 2 25~ Sarsaparilla,
3 50' 75 Paris White oi

* FR..i',

S 56
7 50'
1 23

9 5(i
10 50
11 25
1 50

2 25
9 5O
6 75
2 50
1 75
1 75

7 25




15 56

14 50

13 253

12 50

1 50
1 50

1 1-
1 tS

13 5(;


1 (;

1 5

3 25
3 75
1 IS
1 25

4 50
1 75




i*4,' Al vcrtisaniieuts ordered tin the S'ii',.
fnrniore than one week, will have the privil
of one inscrticn in the COMMERCIAL AUvvt
SER gratis.
cts. Aontreal--Mr. Win. Langhorn, Librarite
62 Three Rivers-AJr. Edward.Sills.
7 62 Qubec--Messrs. Shea and Walker.
8 (")Ts The price., inr, lin_- tie, I. S. po
I 50 is$ l12s. 10d. ,' 11 r ..'..-,t.r .;, peranhi
S -'[\ i H h. P. acket COUNTESS
56 '- CIIICHESTRIt, will sail for Fahno,
3 direct, early in January. For passage, ha'
elegant accommodations, apply to
dec 16-S 27 South-streer
3 ::.' ,.f .,' .
2 25 t-! t.j ._ K
I N order to furnish frequent ar.. ,i ,, ..
veyances for GOODS and P.-- .1r, 1
the subscribers have undertaken to establish
Line of Vessels between New-York and Live
pool, to sail from each, place on a certain day
5 50 every month throughout the year.
2 50 'The lbllowin vessels, each about four hb)
S6 l'rel tons burthen, have been fitted out for tt,
purpose -.
Ship AMITY, John Stanton, maste
COURIER, Win. Bowne, do
7 PACIFIC, John Williams, do
20 JA.- MON ROE, Ju Watl;inson, do
22 50 And it is the intention of tlhe owners, that or>
281 of these vessels shall 'ail from New-York on ib.
; t: th, and one from Liverpool on the 1st of ever.
50 month.
3 These ships have all been built in New-York
of the best materials, and are coppered and cep
2 25 per fastened. They are known tobe remarkahy-
30 fast sailers, and their accommodations for passel-
8 .. ire uncommonly expensive and commodioeu .
.i are all nearly new, except the Pacific; sl.s
has been some years in tie trade, linbat harecei.-
7 50 ly been thoroughly examined, and isfound to L.e
perfectly sonId inl eve'y respect.
The commanders of them are all men ofgr.eat
experience and activity ; and the) will do all an
60 their power to render these packets eligible co'!-
60 veyanccs for passengers. It is alo thoinisht tli,.t
55 the regularity .i,. f .. andthie e:-
55 cel-lent condition in which they dcivKr their c:1.-
48 goes, will make them rery desirable oppor tunit 's
44 lfor the conveyance of goods.
41 It is intended that this establishment shliall on-
8 50 inence by thle departure of tIhe JAM.iS MAO(N-
I0 ROE from New-Vo'k on th, 5th,.~-i-th C(;O'-
30 ItfE if from liverpooonth le Ist, ot the first mrou s
(January) next; and o.,' o the vessels will s il

50 it the l e-ai periods froin each place, in every sti-

42 LANI) P\ % t.\ t.
1 13 C OLDIERS of the late Army, holding -ho.r-
to M ale discharges, tandd warrants, or notiima-
16 tions, may obtain their land patents by appii.a-
4 50 tlion to the subscriber.
22 senpt 1 -C&tf 26 Water-street
19 P, li' s"1 b-scritor, late the 'Ptu lIc Adlminista-
16 tor in the city of New- York, hereby gires
2 75 notice, that a balance oi lvwo hundred and si:!i/-
p2 75 one dollars forty-fure ents, belonringto the e!,.te
1 34 ofJAAtESDE WARRI.EN alioasd,.cusGFOR1;-E
1 jO WAR), intestate, remains ih his lands .ll
71 persons having any claims upon that estate, are
37 hereby notiied-to extrittrt sarn. with evidLc r-c
1 : .... r, .Icreot, within six i.onths from I.s :
date. New-York, Dec. 2d, 18ii7.
60 dec 4-C &S 2 ww No. 31 3Broa'd..
1 3 ONTA'NI.N; 35 acres, with a Dwrlliin
tC/. I 1'1.l';, buiit' nout ii'teeni years a,.,
11: Cid,.r i;l il, a her oun -o .O es, it artLo
Sline io'W I o' nmar'nock and r:conty of Wcst-
chUester, .WfLit'tv-tlhr'ie tiles froln N w-Vorlk arnt
17 I three Iuiarters of a mile frorm 'damraroneck 1 iid-
16 ing. For further particulars enquire of Mr.
140 H EN Y G EDNI.Y, near tlie premises; at N,
16 5O 24 Hudsoon-street, New-York, or to the sil tri-
14 a0 ber, at present residing on tlhe I,' om.
oct 2T-C'Stf Wr. GRAf.
13 75
19 50 F'Oi SALi:L .
18 FARM situate in .the north-west p:rt of
14 50 A the town ot Montgonicry, county of Orange
and st lte of New-York, formerly occupi;-d b
1,3 50 'Jathrve- J*'erwiiiger, deceased,, and conlatinrir-
about 100 acres Fof lait:, suitably divided as to
i3ploua, pastlre, meadow and. timber. Thi. farm
13 50 has a desirable Aituation as to Church. M1 lsitd
24 Market, and is worthy the inspection 'of eitherr
28 firif.rr or gentleman. Al ildisprntabletitlesill
13 be given, gad if prompt pay, tile Frice till be
14 low.

1 9
2 25


H1 !RY TE1R ILLIGKR, xecittore.
dec 6-C It&S.3m
SLi Dwellmg 1toeuse, Sle tr ous ', ,
acr.-s of LandJfur sa/e.
rjHEl premises are situated in the vilhge of
-i-Covsackie, and is ore of itrhe mso't delr.riie
for convenience madai business, being at the inter-
section of two roads to the landings dig-. Tiepre-
mies consist of a two story dwelling house, 42
feet front and rear, and 30 feet deep ; ; store
house one and a halifstories lhighl, 241 fel frout
and rear, 3d; leet deep ; and a btarni, 40 fet front
and rear, 24 fect deep. Besides r.. I .
are wood and other sheds, with -, n i r ...
T'le terms ofsale will be ... ..'.i. ,., and
tlh ep .-1 tl' r a nho ic t;r ''i,-dt cimuri--ile'; y I! va lic lofthe imnprovemin'tis only, -'orl'ari;-
culalrs enilquire of

sept. 5-Citi t-.t
P.I Princ,.elon,, ..: J.
10NSIISTIN(G or tltree D vwe'ing ei -oi iiiws -nt'
.ots in the? .aii d towi. XAlso, n .'lrt u.t
Country Seat, lit for a geti'es-l hiltnik,, taboil lirtlfat
mile dis'i;ntf roli rinc, toli ; (o>itail'inir ei Jity
'cr'es, thirty of !iich are wood :'.id i f, ;''leersu
la'ni, i llie biL'hcsi statee of culStiation', near e,
". to selud chil'teon ito tlie i ,' .mtnihe
I I c )Fltaiihlt aulouti seveinv-sevren acres,
three. u;'iartv-rs of n i tiel'or, hei rl liiru r ; utld atn
other ire' coillatiia.l i e hi,\ :it ',' v n olie t' fro!l
th c ac:o e. A f.rilurl de-cript' ii or ith,' :,sov'
lr'1 'erty may be ;id by applying to (lo('tor
VAN lri'F, :t li''itC" 'ir()!, o," to die ov iui? ', ou,
thie pret J I- ( I i. I 'o irt :P.
ju i?-COi t.si. "
so.- ., -----. -. .. _--',. .
ANO 60 I LL-..2 iL2,:
stLCOND tlO n tK ',t'-V r. n,A.R-s l 1' FT',

44 Z"'fE DOt,.p.,; PeR .At ,h.
7 50 Pru ; a .va3c e.

15 0fi"- The Co.rt l';l;a' :..' r)VE a tr-- 5 a, -,
2 tli I tlhe a.ir. ol ct t ce a ri
$10 per annum.