New-York American, for the country
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Title: New-York American, for the country
Portion of title: New York American, for the country
Alternate title: New York American
Physical Description: 25 v. : ill. ; 53-70 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Printed for the proprietor, by J.M. Elliott
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: August 13, 1823
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 159 (Sept. 15, 1821)-v. 26, no. 851 (Feb. 17, 1845).
General Note: Published on Tuesday and Friday, <1825-1840>; Wednesday and Saturday, <1841>.
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Related Items: New-York American (New York, N.Y. : 1821)
Related Items: New-York American (New York, N.Y. : 1832)
Preceded by: American, for the country
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly courier and New-York enquirer

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i3 published every WEDNESDAY and SATUCRDAY,
at No. 30 WILLIAM-STREET, opposite the 1'ost-
Office, New-York, at FIVE DOLLARS per an-
aum, (or Four Dollars, if paid in advance,) and
Regularly sent by mail, agreeably to direction, to
any part of the United States. All letters or comr-
Smunications must be addressed to the ditors of
the .fmerican, NVo. 30 .Villiam-strft, AK:W- lYrk."
The Daily American is published every opening,
r.t the same place, at TEN DOLLARS per annuu.


plaint is makitig of the eon'itioin of our city cur-
rency, which is composed almost entirely of the
notes of country banks of this and the adjoining
states. These notes net being received by the ci-
ty banks in deposit, nor redeemable here at all,
are of course subject to a discount which varies
tccordiag to the telar-ater and location of the
bank. The diseowit is felt by the poorer class,
not in a direct shape indeed, but in the enhanced
price which tin:. .'. -. a put upon their ar-
ticles, in orderI to eauterbalamce the loss which
they must sustain in the difference between bank.
able'and unbankable money. This is certainly an
evil; but it is one more easily pointed out than
remedied. The source of it lies in the multiplica-
tion of notes of the smaller denominations-the
one, two and three dollar notes: and a cure for it
to a pretty considerable extent would be effected
by restraining the issue by banks of all notes un-
der five dollars. This has. often been talked of,
and was, indeed, if we remember right, made the
subject of a bill in the last Legislature, which
did not however prevail. But even a law to this
effect would be of little avail, unless the states bor-
dering upon ours-should adopt similar ones. For
although the Banks of this State might be restrain-
.ed bylaw, (and even that 'is not certain) from is-
suing sfnall notes, those of the neighboring States
"would be beyond our control: and precisely in the
same degree that we restrained the issues of our
own institutions, should we encourage those of fo-
reign banks. Hence the neighboring States caru-
riot be expected to co-operate in any such law,-
ihice they make the profit of the existing copdi-
tion of things. It might indeed be rendered penal
to receive or pass the bills of such banks; but how-
ever rigorous and inquisitorial in its details, such
a law would be found incapable of execution.-
What then is to be done ? We confess ourselves at
loss to say, It is proposed that the City Banks
should make common cause, take up all the coun-
try notes,'as fast as they are thrown into the mar-
ket, and send them back to the banks issuing them
for instant collection. How is this to be done ?i
Are the city banks to receive them first in deposit,
or are they to employ agents to go about collect-
ing them through all the streets and markets ? If
thle first course was adopted, the very fact of their
being so receivable in deposit, would raise their
value to an equality with that of the city banks,
'which consequently would not be able to su-
persede them with their own notes, (the only
"inducement they could have for interfering)
-while they would run the risk of collecting
all over the country such as they did receive. If
the second course be followed, the hundred hands
of Briareus would not suffice to receive the un-
failing and ever renewed supply which the country
banks would pour forth. For as the city banks
could not get the country notes witltout giving the
value for them, the very notoriety of the circum- t
stance, that these country notes might be carried
to the collectors of the banks and exchanged atpar t
for current paper, would give a vogue and cir- a
culation to the country notes, equal to that which
they would derive from being receivable in do-
posit; while the very exchange would furnish f
alimerit to new issues, and the means of redeeming
the'old. We have said exchanged at par," be- t
cause, unless that be done, there would nothing be
gained; as there are brokers enough now who are
ready to exchange them at a discount, and the ef- t
feet would only be to substitute the banks for in- c
dividuals, as brokers. 0
Another proposition has been made, that the 1
citizens should meet and bind themselves by reso- b
lutions not to receive uncurrent paper. This, too,
seems to usimpracticable. No honorary resolu- t
tions of this sort were ever yet found strong enough I
tocountervailthe personal interest which hundreds, t
nay thousands, would have in breaking through r
them. It is certain, however, that, by such reso- a
lutions, obstacles would be thrown in the way of c
the circulation of this uncurrent paper, which a
would consequently undergo some depreciation; but c
who woald be the sufferers by such depreciation ? t
The necessitous-those whose pressing wants do t
not permit them to hesitate about receiving- in I
payment any tolerable sort of money. Upon these c
and such as these would fall the loss-which, ac- m
cording to the degree of their distress, and the con- t
science of brokers, would be greater or smaller.- s
Hence it appears to us, that though our community c
is confessedly suffering under an evil of no little o
magnitude, there is no other remedy for it, than a
such as the care and caution of each individual l
may suggest in his own particular transactions. s
We have given to-day, at length, the speech of
Mr. M'Duffle.. Severalof our subscribers had re- a
quested us to publish this speech when it first d
'reached hare, but it had passe.-d from our minds,
until the comments which it drew forth from the t
National Intelligencer and Richmond Enquirer, v
induced us to re-peruse it with more attention.-
We have done so, and finA iun it, not only a very v
spirited and eloquent declamation, but a careful ts
and deliberate assertion of'-some facts r. s,.. s.s i, d
p)r'pos.es and historyof thoswho svioeek.to usurp the u
satiofAlr.Msonroeoy .desurying his ,miniuit.rntiosn, p
vshish merit 'puboli attention, ']'ihe l att.is tfr
:ma l- in th. sipr-:h arc 'n t, ;it ita .. r ;it;.i l. s '- *

ed, the irresponsible assertions of an anonymo'
person; they are not the effusions of ob-ctr'e
disappointed malice, but the well-weighed in
prcssions and asseverations of a member of Con
gress; a man of unquestionable talents, whose off
cial station has given him opportunities ofjudgin
ofmen and lh;.., -,-,i il .itm-. if'.y and with knov
ledge. He probes boldly the corruptions of th
radical faction, and spares not him who is at th
head of that brotherhood of hope"' which const
tutes it. Upon hIim he charges in terms that "h
is the only member of the very administration the
(the radicals) condemn, iwho has wasted the puitb
vioney by oefirial mismanagementt" To what pal
ticular acts of Mir. Crawford's official conduct Mm
M'Duffie now alludes, we cannot positively say
but the character of that gentleman is a suflicien
warrant that this assertion has not been lightly
made, and that, in due time, the evidence in sup
port of it will be given to the public. Mean time
let it be remembered that Mr. Crawford stand
charged before the public, "'with wasting the pub
lie money by official mismanagement," and tha
the charge is made openly and publicly by a lead
ing member of the House of Representatives o
the United States.

CITY THEATRE.-An application was madi
yesterday to the Court of Sessions, by H. Maxe
well, Esq. District Attorney, for judgment in thi
cas- of the People vs. Charles N. Baldwin, who
at a previous term, had been foundguilty of a nuii
sauce, as proprietor or lessee of the theatrical es
tablishment in Warren-street. In consideration o
a promise that the performances should be discon
tinned after the 4th of July, judgment en tile con
viction had been suspended; but the District At
torney now stated that the nuisance was continued
and the handbills giving notice of the representa-
tions were, from day to day, actually printed ani
issued by the defendant. He was, therefore, in
manifest contempt, having utterly disregarded thi
compromise, and failed to perform his engage-
Messrs. Fay and Phenix, of counsel for Mr
Baldwin, urged in his bllhalf, that an assignment
had been made by him of the preniises as long ago
as August last. He had now no interest in their
concern, nor any control over it. In relation to
the handbills, Mr. B. was merely employed to prinl
them, in the ordinary course of his business, for'a
stipulated sum per week.
The Recorder deferred thie rendering of any
judgment at the present time. Tihe Court would
hear the matter again on' Saturday week, if any
thing should then be offered. At the same time.
a very decided determination was intimated on the
part of the Court that the nuisance should be dis-
continued ; and that it wvould'be expedient for Mr.
B. to shew, either by complaint of the theatre to
the grand jury, or by other means, a disposition on
his part to carry into effect the arrangement that
had been made.
The following case, which was decided in the
second district of this city on Wednesday last, con-
tains .a principle which may be useful for those
concerned to know, in relation to their liability in
their individual capacities to disburse moneys, pre-
vious to the receipt of public funds for that pur-
pose :
Eliza Gillespic vs. the Commissioners of the Alms
This was an action brought by lthe plaintiff, the
mo other of a female illegitimate child, to recover for
eight weeks maintenance and support, at ten shil-
lings per week, and was tried by a jury. The
plaintiff produced the original order of filiation
made by the police justices, and afterwards con-
firmed on appeal by the Court of SossioIs, aud
proved she had the custody of the child up to about
the commencement of the suit; that the defend-
ants had received money on the order, and had
made frequent payments to the plaintiff at inter-
vals of two weeks each, but had ultimately re-
'used to pay,'and ordered the child to be brought in.
' Ulshoeg'er, for the defendants, contended-- I. That
lie defendants could not be sued ; that they were
hlie mere agents of the court, and to be proceeded
against by petition or complaint only.-2. That
they had a right to refuse to pay, and to order the
child to be brought in, and cited 3 Burns' Justice,
012.-3. That it did not appear the defendants
sad funds in their handshuand they were not liable
beyond the moneys received.
D. Graham, for the plaintiff, contended-1. That
he defendants were liable, and cited 12 Johns.
R.ep. 195, showing that an action will lie against
hlie overseers of the poor by the mother for the
maintenance and support of the child, on showing
an express promise to pay, or that they had re-
eived money on the order.-2. That the defend-
mnts had no right to remove the child from the
custody of the mother without the intervention of
he court, and could not justify a refusal to pay oil
hat ground, and cited the case of the people vs.
uandt,2 Johns, Rep. 375, ruling that, in the case
uf i:i .. .... i. children, and especially as to fe-
nales, the mother is entitled to the custody ; but
he court may interfere under special circum-
tances of ill treatment.-3. That thie defendants
cannot excuse themselves on the ground of wantUt
'f funds. They are vested with sulticient power
snd means to compel payment, and they ought at
east to have shown that they had resorted to legal
teps against the putative father and his bail on
he recognizance.
The ,Jastice briefly recapitulated lIhe evidence
nd the grounds relied upon on both sides. Ver-
ict for thme plaintitlff, $;10 and costs.

"Every body knows that the lpoputlar voice in
his state, and in New-England generally, is in ih-
our of MIr. Aldamsi for P'resident."
So say's the Eastern Argus, in tt- state of Mainer
;here, .-,- hi, ., .],,.- we are still co fiduently
old that Mr. Crawford is very struon.;. ,.. ,-
eced, ihe may ibe there, as here, with some promnsi-
ent individuals ; but that he is not so urith the
onple generally, we have thi1 above tcesth'imonvy
',:1i the Argus, the very paper which was reliesl
pu,'o t1. "ui'ru't Mr. Crawv red's pc' :;'r'5 ioi- .

us The editors of the New-York American hav
or committed uan error in giving credit to the Virg
nisa Times (a paper printed in Richmond) for th
n- essays of -" Iine.." They first appeared in thi
n- paper.-V'irginian.
i- We readily make the correction required, ex
lg periencing too often ourselves the injustice ofbein
'- borrowed from, without any acknowledgment, t
me do like injustice to others.

The following American vessels, &c. have bee
condemned and sold at St. Johns, for an allege
e violation of the revenue laws, viz.-
y Schirs. Bragdon and Charles, of 40 tons; Dol
lc phi and Mary Eliza, 16 ; Milo; sloop boat tRo
- Roy, about 15 ;-also, salt, fish, tea, tobacco, snuf
r. segars, silks, silk hdkfs. ribbons, lace, Canton crape
silk stockings and gloves, buttons, combs, gin, me
lasses, soap, candles, shoes and boots, beads, ear
nt rings, necklaces, whip, bbls. flour, brooms, &c. &c
Fire.-About 12 o'clock last night, a fire brokt
e out'in a carpenter's shop in Gold street, in the rea
sof the new brick stores fronting on Maiden lane
c which communicated to an adjoining brick house
t and a large three story one opposite occupied b3
M- rs. Byrncs, and destroyed the whole. The store
f oin Maiden lane were on fire for some time, bu
through the activity of Jec firemen, were extinm
guished without being i1' -, injured. As nm
e fire was allowed in the shop, there is no doubt i
- was the uwork of an incendiary.
e --
a, From the jN'ational Intelligencer,
- At this momenie the following official letter, de
f fining the duty of our revenue ollicers in regard ts
- the European belligerents, will be read with great
Circular to the Collectors sf Customs.
0th July, 1823.
Smi-As it is probable that, in the progress o
d the war which now exists between France ant
Spain, the public and private armed vessels of one
e and perhaps of both belligerents, may, by stress o
weather, pursuit of enemies, or some. other urgen
- necessity, be forced to enter the ports and harbour
of the United States, it becomes the duty of the
. government to prescribe the manner in which
they shall be treated while they remain within its
' As there exists upon this subject-ao legislative
e enactment, the question must be decided by thi
o conventional engagements which the United States
have contracted with thie belligerent parties.
By the 8th article of the treaty between their
United States and Spain, it is provided, that the
public and private vessels of Spain, when forced
by stress of weather, pursuit of cnemies, or any
other urgent necessity to seek shelter or harbour,
may enter into any of the rivers, hays, roads, or
y ports belonging to the United States, and shall be
received with all humanity, and enjoy all favour,
protection, and help, and be permitted to refresh
and provide themselves, at reasonable rates, with:
provisions and :all thing's oeedful for the subsistence
of thei.- p, -sons, or reparation of their ships and.
prosec:tione of their voyage ; and they shall be 11no
ways hindered frosm departing hfrom the said ports
or roads, but may remove and depart when anil
t whiLher tLiey please, without any let or hindrance.
With France the United Statcs have no treaty
stipulatioms upon the subject. The obligations o]
C neutrality, however, impose upon them the obser-
vance of the same course of conduct towards both
belligerents, unless Spain has a right, by treeiy, to
exclusive privileges. A reference to the provisions
of the 8th article of the treaty above recited proves
that no exclusive .privileges have been granted to
her. It becomes, then, the duty of thie United
States to treat thle public and private armed ves-
sels of both parties in the same ammnner.
Assuming the provisions of the article referred
to as the rule by wlich the conduct of the United
States is to be regulated, I am instructed by the
President to direct :-
1st. That the public and private armed vessels
of France and Spain, with their prizes, may cun-
der tile circumstances described in the said arti-
cle, enter the ports, harbors, andt waters, of the
United States, and repair any damages which they
may have sustained; but no increase of arms or
munitions of war, or of t number of men oni
board, can be lawfully made.
2d. That such prizes cannot be condemned or
sold within the jurisdiction of the United States,
sand, ,.1i, cannot be admitted to entry at
the custom-houses, nor permitted to enter into the
general consumption.
3d. That they may, at any time, depart from
the United States, without let or hindrance.
4th. That, when prize vessels have been wreck-
ed, or so disabled as not to be rendered sea-worthy,
their cargoes may bo re-shipped, in any other ves-
sel which shall not enjoy an exemption front cap-
ture, not ,",i--"c1 by such prize vessels. For ex-
ampl e : I l t... i ete iI., of the war, shall
coif'lbrn I to thie rule that ree vessels nmake l free
goods, the cargoes of vessels captured by either
belligerent, when re-shipped in neutral vessels,
will enjoy a exemoinphon from capture which their
prize vessels did not enjoy.
5th. During the time that prize vessels may re-
main in the ports of the United States, they shall
be subject to such inspection, and such superintem-
deoce, by the custom house officers, as uiay be ne-
cessary to prevent smuggling of any kind.
The same rules are to be observed in relation
to the public and private armed vessels of Spaim
and of the Independent governments established
in Spanish Anuer-'s:a, and their prizes, whlieu
brought within the jurisdiction of the United
I remain, with respect, your obedient scevant,

Bsrookstu ,'crry.-On sX e Lds ,day, a question of
some importance and interest to those in the hiabit
of crossing this ferry, was ._ieled',d in thIe Distrct
Court of the First, Scoslu and Third Wards of the
city of New-York, before Justice IIammond.-
Thie chief points were, 1<%t, wleir a demandt
made lut the fore stairs of t1me hirry between New-
York and BrooIklyi, m the absence of the loferry
master, is a suillcu-it dr-t.dn d to subject hint to the
penalty enacted for ncglectisg or refusing to carry
passnugem's over ithe ferry; aunt, 2d, wshmleor the
personi usually ehmployed to receive the ferriae
was to bi cotsidlered thie ferry master, within tIhe
nmeannag oe the act.
It was proov-s on the part of thle plaintiff that
on the 2!st July last, about 2 o'clock P'. M. he
came to thie f-rryjust afterr thIe horse-boat hadi left
it, mial]u bciug aplareutly very anxious to cross, lie
iap lied t ttihe 'args s.... t1 ... -.i lic. co mpuny
to take hs n over, i r 5 ] .. wer uicnder
tlie directmons of thu ferry master, oin wlms th.-y
referred he plaintiff. PIT litiff said there is no
'"rry maut'sr li're, and I demand a boat, to take mne
across within five minutes. Plaintil tells went to
the ferry house, at the door of wlsichl the ferry
minaster usually stands, aud repeatoued his demand
fir a boat within five minutes. T''he-re was uno
ouiir ioat tIhere at their time except the barge.
St'rimn the statement anil evidence on thie other
site, it apple redti that l f. '..,.. i, the ]i;!bn-ula t,
i ol rt -ees rsgulary appointed frr)-ma-lt sr,
but o a' 'sat--.r as such Itr two or thur--n ia.ni):s p ri ;

ve that Lingham is a ferry-master, but only attended
m- at the gate when Ryfenburgh was necessarily ab
he sent at meals, &ce.; that at the time above meno
is tioned, Lingham was attending at the gate ; tht
having sent off the horse-boat, he had left the gat
From ten to twenty minutes ; and that when hlie re
turned, lie found the plaintiff there, who asked t
g be sent across immediately. lie was told he woul
to get across as soon in tihe horse-boat, which wa
coming, and perhaps about two hundred and fifth
yards off. Linghami was appointed to attend i:
n Ryfelnburgh's absence at the gate, and they hold
d their offices independently of each other.
Mr. James Clark, counsel for the defendant, be
ieg sworn, said that lie was one of the committee
I- appointed by the stockholders to regulate the ferry
b and that lie considered this committee as ferry-mas
f, ters, against whom the action ought to have beem
e, commenced. The jury found a verdict for th
D- plaintiff. The penalty is five dollars for a deten
r- tion of passengers longer than five minutes after
c. demand made.-E. Post.
e' Correction.-We are requested to state that tha
Spart of the publicat ion in our paperyesterday, tha
the steamboat Bristol had been purchased by Mr.
A.S. Poll, for the purpose of navigating the Hud
soi, is not correct. The boat only went up thi
y North River for the puripoIse of undergoing sonmi
Ds repairs, and on the voyage up, no persons were om
t board except the crew, and she is not owned b'
Mr. Pell.-Gazaetc.
o ALBANY, Aug. 8.-We learn that the promp
it and vigilant exertions of the Sheriff and Gaoler
have succeeded in apprelheuditg each of .the live
prisoners who effected their escape frohi thle gao
of this county, oil Tuesday last. They were re
committed last evening.--rgius.

SALEM, Aug. 7.-The public are cautioned t(
- beware of the impositions of a man calling himself
o John Williams, who has been soliciting charity in
t this town the week past, in the character ofa
shipwrecked i an, and as a Mason-but from then
contradictory nature of his swuries, and his bad
conduct while here, it is believed that lie is utter-
ly unworthy of charity. He professes to be a na-
tive -of Calcutta, and is evidently of oriental ori-
)f gin ; e is short in stature, between 30 and 4(
d years of age, fluent in speech and of plausible
* manners, talks much of his acquaintance with
f Clergymen and Missionaries in India, and profess-
t es to teach various languages, anl to be a hair.
s dresser by trade. As he is believed to be an ar-
e rant impostor, who might for a time deceive the
S unwary; this notice is given to the public, aiid
s more particularly to Clergymen and Masons, as hli
has a list of names of several Clergymen and Ma-
e sous in this and the neighlbouring towns, which hi
r will, no doubt, endeavour to make an unworthy
s use ofin his travels. He left this town a few days
since, -and has probably made for.B oston.-Regisler

ALEXANDRIA, (1). C.) August 6.-Elijah
Chenault, constable, in which capacity lie has serv-
Sed for about 23 years in this town got into a scuflle
, on Monday last with a negro wench, while en-
r deavouring to distrain hler furniture, who gave lhim
such a severe blow upon thle head, with a large
stick, as to fracture his skull and to cause his dealt
in a few-mninutes.
We understand that the woman resisted with
'Iuelh forsc, Iwheni Chieaulit broke a sword canm
sov6- her shoulders ; she closed with him and ego
the sword, seized a stick and gave him the fita
blow. A coroner's inquest was held on the body
of C. and the following verdiet brought in, tha
he came to his death by a violent blow upon thie
back of tihe head, inllictcd by Betsy Williams
alias Betsy Chluinquepin,with a piece of timber,"-

i MOBILE, July 3.-Cotton.-Thcrc is now but
little Cotton in market. From the sales last weekly
xwe may quote the prices as follows : Prime 11
to 121 ; fair 9 to 10; inferior, 8 to 9 cents per lb.
All qualities iu demand.--.j'rgus.

At the late national anniversary celebration in
Tennessee, thie following electioneering toast was
given ;-and contains more ingenuity and point
than nine-tenths iof the ebullitions oin the subject:
-Col. Cent.
Freemen cheer the Hickory tree ;
In storms its bouglis have sheltered thee:
O'er Freedom's land its branches wave,
'Twas planted on a Lion's grave."

.1 Sqrian TVedding.-Mr. Burckhardt, in his
Trarcels in S/ria, gives many curious particulars
respecting thle va rious tribes which he visited.-
The following description of that most important
epoch in a man's life, in which all take an interest,
though few arc interested, forms a very extraordi-
nary feature of domestic mnanners.- Daughters
are- paid for according to the respectability of
their father, sometimes as high as fifteen hun-
dred piasrtres, and this custom prevails among
Druses, Turks and Christians. If her family is
rich the girl is fitted out with clothes, and a string
of zequils or of silver coin, to tie round her head;
after, which she is delivered to her husband. l
had an opportunity of witnessing an espousal of'
two christians at Aaerc, in the house of a chris-
tia. Thse bride wasi brought with her fenmle
friends andi relations, from hIer native village, one
day's journey distant, with two camels decorated
iu ith tassels, bells, &c. and was lodged with her
relations in Aare. They entered the village pre.
eded by women beoatig thiu tambourine, anmdl y
the village youths, firing off their miuskcts. Sonsm
afterwards the bridegroom retired to the Spring,
which was in a field near the village, where lie
washed, and dressed himself in new clothes. Hec
then entered the village, mounted on a caparisoned
liorace surrounded by young men, two of whom
beat tambourines, and the others fired muskets.
lie alighted before the Sheikh's house, and was
carried for about a quarter of an hour by two men,
om their arms, ansidst continued singing and huzza-
ing ; the Slheikh then exclaimed Mebarek el
Arisa !" Blessed be .. ir ......-. i! which was
repeated by all present; after which hlie was set
owvns, and rcmtined till snnset, exposed to the jests
of his frieums; after this he was carried to the
church, where thie Greek priests pcrbformcl tlhe
marriage ceremony, and the young couple retired
to their dwelling. The bridegroom's father hliad
slaughtered se\ m al ladm s and kids, a part ofwhidh
was devoured by nhd.da'y ; but the best pieces
were brought in tihrc enormous dishes of Bur-
goul to the Sheikh's Medhalf ; two being for
the msob, and the third frib the Sheikh aind princi-
pal men of the village. In the e vening ars swere
collected by one ef the bri le-grooin's fi'iends, who
sung verses in praise of all his aeiuaintance, every
one of whom, twhen namcd, was expected to make
a present."'-U.S. Gas.


'In atrocious act oflelveng'e and Suicide.-A let-
ter from Rostock of the 15th.of May, contains the
following statement :-' A crime isas just been
committed here, which is surely unparalleled. A
labourer, named liBeckmaniu, lived in a house out
of the Kroplin-gatte, with his wife, whIo was
pregnant, three children, and a sister, and als hIis
father, who still resided with his son. Thle twvo
latter were always quarrelling, and on thIe 10th
of this month, they even came to blows. The
father, who, as the weakest, had been obligedl to
vield, was so irritated, that he rose in the night,
closed the doors inside, andi barricaded them, and
a "'f ..'., as t atj-upos'itlh He then set lire

d to this miserable abode in several places, leapc
a- into the River Warne which flows close to it, am:
i- was drowned. The house was totally consume
t and the three children, as well as tihe sister of tll
e owner, not only perished in the flames5 but wec
?- so completely reduced to ashes, that not a trace
o their bodies was to be found. The man and h;
d wife were found still alive, but in so miserable
s state that the wife died on the 11th, and the hu:
y band on the 13th. These unhappy victims of ri
n venge were buried together yesterday. The bod
d of the unnatural father having been found in thi
Warned, was delivered to the Anatomical Theati
- for dissection."'-Frankfort Journal.
Y, Singular Occurrence.--On Friday morning (23
- ult.) the horse of one of the 2d Dragoon Guardi
.n making a plunge in Thursday-Market, near the
e end of Feasegate, York, the pavement beneath it
i- feet gave way, and discovered a deep cavity, which
r proved to be a well, upwards of 12 yards deep
formed of (1. 1, v .. t- -.... of excellent work
iman, lip. I 1. .. II ., ..ed a considerbl
t quantity of water, and had been covered over wit'
t strong beams of wood, between which and th
. pavement about two feet of earth had been laid
- The decay of those beams caused the accident by
e which this ancient excavation was once more open
a ed to the light of day. It is known to be several
n hundred years old, but of it-s... '',; .' cau b
y affirmed with certainty, the is .-.. heavin
surrounded the subject with an impcnetrabl
veil.-Hull Advertiser.
, Recorders' Court, Dublin.-James Clements wa
e tried on two indictments, one for stealing a gols
1 ring, value 5s., the property of Mary Anmn Byruc-
- the other for stealing 101., the 'property of latrie:
Norton. Mr. Bethel began by saying, that in th,
course of his professional cxprincc lie no aever sne
o with a case of more romantic profligacy than the
f one which had been just put into his hands. Th
i prosecutor was an honest man, living in George's
i street, with his wife and family. The prisoner has
e the address to ingratiate himself into the favour o
I this poor family, and proposed himself as a marvel
- lous proper man to become a husband for Mis
- Norton. His motto was-Veni Vidi Vici. In a lit
- tle week the whole party were seen on their wav
Sto Townsend-streetchapel-the portion was in th
e bridegroom's pocket, which was ten pounds, mad
iup in two guineas, and one sovereign in gold, amn
- twenty-six six shilling tokens, the savings of poso
- Norton's life. Well, gentlemen, what do youe thinly
our hymeneal hero tail then ? Oh," says he "
e have been so smitten with the charms of my intend
1 ed, that I have forgotten the ring." fle takes, a
e it were, his temporary leave to obtain that sacred
- pledge of houour and virtue, and meeting a poo
e woman on the way, of the name of Byrne, actually
y got the loan of her ring from her. Where did hi
s fly to then ? Not certainly on the wings ofCupid-
r he made his escape with the ten pounds of Nortos
and the ring of Mary Ann Byrne, obtained by th'
l most artful and barefaced stratagem. Mr. Bethel
- then alluded to Major Secmpel's case, which indcee
e was inferior to this in point of fraud, for there wa
- no female feeling betrayed, no hospitality violated
a the Major hired a chaise, at 5s. a day, for a montl
e an was not heardoffr a year afrwards; hlie wa
i tried before Judge Glould and the Recorder of Lon
don, and on great debate on the law of the case be
l fore the twelve Judges whio lhad decided upon Pa
c res and Aule's case, thc .Major was convicted, an,
t sentenced to seven years transportation. Mr. Belth
l ci concluded by saying, that the present was height
y ended in atrocity, for the prisoner had been a marri
t edoinut,and sodeclared lhimselfinthe presenceof Si
e G. Neville. In the unfolding of this tale of vexa
, tion, the poor girl's ruin was not complete, which
- was, said Mr. Bethel, a circumstance of great con
Fir't witness was Mary Ann Byrne, who proved
t tle Ieiding of thie ring under the circumstances a
, above stated. Second witness was the father o
thle girl, and lastly, the poor girl herself; but am
their testimony applied to the second count in tha
indictmin it, the prisoner was found guilty of the
first. The Jury returned a verdict of guilty.

'Tlie following whimsical evidence appears in
L the course of one Carrick's trial for a street robbe-
ry in London.
C'ourt--Mr. Young, by what light did you see
theprisoners when they robbed you ?
"11 Mr. Young.-I saw them plainly by the chair-
men's lanthorn. When Carrick was going to rifle
nie, hlie bid one of them go over the way; but Ma-
lony asked Carrick what hlie sent him away for,
and .Ils,. to the chairmen, d-n ye, villians, says
hlie, come back or I will run ye through ; and tlhe
chairman coming back, Malony stood over him
withI his sword. lie bid the chairinen hold their
hats before their fates; but they held them a little
on one side, so that they could see what was done.
Carrick.-Pray, sir, which side of the chair was
I on when you say 1 robbed you ?,
".llr. Young.-Ou the left side.
Carrick.-'inouw hatl s a lie, for I was on thie
right side. Ishallcatclhyou again prcsentl/. 'What
coloured coat lihad I ?
fr. Young.--Black.
Carrick.-- can prove the reverse. What sort
of a wig ?
"Ilr. l'oung.-A light tie wig.
Carrick.-That is aneth/er d-d lie of yours--
for syou kiuce, Mr along, that yoo ifuimu'l changed
ivigs that night, and yours is a dark broven. Hlcd I
two pistols in one ,liutii, or one in each hand ?
111lr. Young.-I saw but one pistol.
Carrick.-Then your eye-sight failed you."

The patriarch, Drubrach, now ag-ed 109, whose
history is known to most of our reatelrs by the acc-
counts that appeared ill our paper last year, re-
garding thle amunity of.;I I, ;- 1 .. granted to him
by Ihis majesty, set out ol Mlonday last from Aber-
deen in a clhaise, aceoumpauied by one of his sons,
fur the place of his nativity, where he lhas resolved
to spend the rcnainder of Ilis days. hi-e was dressed
partly in tartan, wore a tartan cloak, and appeared
in high spirits. A correspondent from Feltercairn
says, Peter Grant, the Culloden veteran, passed
through here on Monday last, in a post cliaise, on
Iis wray to Braeme, wh either, 1 ndlersasnul, lie hms
been invited by the hmarl of Fife. I he is still vigo-
rous & cheerful, although now in hiis 110thl year."
-Edinburgh St/ar.

A very remarkable ease lias occurred with a maiu
in the Schmool-wynul of Paisley. The hair of his
liead, and likewise his beard, lihas entirely come
away from hIis skin, without any apparent cause for
.- ,, ua.,: change. ie is perfectly well in health,
andl can a sign no r-eason ibr thIe lss of Iis hair.-
lie had Iornieryv a good hlead of hiair and ai or-
dimumry string or rough board, aind in the short space
of six weeks he has been marvellously deprivedl
of 1oti. lte wcis early eleven years in a militia
regiment, durhisg which period, in order to attend
parade, in a decent and cleanly manner, he was
nece-sitated to shave his beard generally once a
day, and now, to thie astonishment of all his friends
he has not to perform m any labour of thie kind.-
Glasguow C/uronicc.

We know a Captaium in the Navy who lihas been
both bald-headeild and beardless for sexsiral years.
Hie wears a wig, but needs no razor. lie is una-
ble to account for the loss of Iis beard.-E.din-
burgh Stalr.

The thieves hi. ve of late hit upon a novel mode
of deception, wh'ilt engaged in the work of depre-.
dution. Wlien picking a Ihck in the niglhtl, they
conceal the sound O," their operations isy imitatiusm
time crj o- t ut-:

re I 'lD,

is Sip Virginia, Reeve, G8 days from Marseilles
1 and 50 firm Gibraltar, with salt wine and mer-
a chantdize, to Terrill & Kearney, P. & Co. and to
order. J uly 7, lat. 37 50, lon 73. spoke Br. whale
ship Oriomi, of and for London, from the Coast of
.Y California, with 282180 0 l of sperm oil ; she had
,e been out from London 28 months.
'e Brig'Agenora, Thornber, 5 days from Wilming-
ton, NC. with cotton, tobacco, ice. to A. L. Gomez,
Jd 11m1nsill ton, N X. Me(' t & Son, C. Thompson, S.
d Alley, M'Gre-or, Darling & Co. Jones & Mcgrath,
s. and Kelley & Clawson. Passengers, 8. Burr, L.
s Ganz, J. Wooster, J. Northrop, W. E. Juny, and
ts D. Sherwood. Left at the Bar, sclirs. Renown,
h for the Vest-Indils, and Chart, DOugal, for Ja-
, maica. The ship Comet, Mitchell, for Liverpool,
- was outside the Bir, ,;.i:. remainder of her
c cargo. pu -c, Aug. I 33G, brig Levant,
SBrown, and ship Savannah, Bebee, both from N.
e York for Savannah.
. Steam brig New-York, Churchward, 45 hours
Y from Norfolk, with specie, fruit and passengers, to
J 1. Lowry & Co.
Seir. Friendship, Farrow, 4 days from Wash-
Siurton, with naval stores, ec. to A. H1. Van Bok-

S chr. True Anmerican, Eassett, 3 days from Phi-
ladc'.phia, with teas, dry goods, &c. to N. L'liom-
nmedicn, Jackson & Woolley, W. C. .ioiley, I-.
s Field, C. Dulois, Saltus, Son & Co. W. Kem-
d ble, Rogces & Gracie, and others.
- Schr. ame, Battles, from Higuham.
SSchr. Syr-n, Emnery, 11 days lifrom Saco.
e ). L. schr. Eclipse, Levis 5 davs from Boston,
Witith merchandize, to S. H. IHerrick & Co. Van
e Nortwick & .Miller, J. S!elding, K. & C. Fish, F.
& & N. C. Carnes, !'. Y:naga. D. golden, Bancroft
d & Pope, J. G. I arson, merritt && Dart, J. Nes-
mitli & Co. T. Kinnersley, C. GriPen, J. Casey,
' alts, Son & Co. Jackson & Wcollev, P. Reimsen
- & Co. W 13. Giley, J. Lee, the master, and
- Sloop Eliza, Ward, 1 day from New-Haven.
y Sloop Sally & Amelia, Somers, 4 days from
e Waslhinigton, N. C.
d Sloop America, Handy, 2 days from Hartford.
d Sloop Philip Smith, Baleys, 2 days from Indian
W River.
k Sloop Venus, Havens, 2 days from Norwich.
I Sloop Imperial, Stevens, 4 days from Hartford.
At Richy!ond, A ugust 5.-Sloop Virginia, Pryor,
d New-York.

SOfice of the Herald,
e NORFOLK, Aug. 7.-Arriad, schr. Brothers
-_ an Name, 6 days from New-York ; sloop Boston
t Packet, Chapir.au, do. do.
Put in, schr. Seampson, Powell, from Baltimore
1 bound to St. Dominio, in di-tress, with bows stovo
d in, by coming in contact with schr. Nancy, Myers.
s on Sunday last, in tihe bay. T'he Nancy was 11
; days from Gaudaloupe bound to Baltimore.
h The American schr. Berthier & Betaeyj Phil-
s brick, recently arrived on lthe llth i At -._.1.
- (Jamaica,) from Savannah, lhad been condemned as
- unseaworthy.
S 'Tlhe French sebr. Zulma, at this port from Mar-
d tinique, spoka29th ult. lat. 29 30, lon. 72, brit-
W_ illiam & James, 8 days front New-.York boun,!
- to NOrleans; 4th, S. of Cape Henry, sloop Aram
- Eliza Davis, W Jeaton, from Philadelphia for Char-
r lesion, out 6 days.

h fIIILADELPHIA, August 8.-Arrived, ship
. Halcyon, Wooster, 40 days from Liverpool,. salt
and 17 passengers. Spoke, in lat. 43, long. 45,
d British ship David Liner, Purdy, 40 days flom
s Falmouth, Jam. for London, within loss of her fore-
f 1mast.
s Brig Borrell, Pastorious, 2? days from Trinidad.
e Cuba, sugar and molasses ; schr Pegasus, Aloun-
e tain, 13 days from Aux Cayes. coffee.
1At the Lazaretto, brig James & Mary, from
Marseilles, with wine.
BOSTON, Aug. G.-Arrived, schr. Franklin.
1 Stephenson, 23 days from New-Orleans; schr.
IHelen, Htallett, 7 days from Baltimore ; sloop Ex-
press, Bulkley, 3 days fiom New-York; Glii
Parker; Scourge, Deforest; Express, Sherman.
_ from do.
At quarantine, brig Juno, Pilsbury, 27 dayv,
from SSurinam. Left, schr. Tryall, Lockwood, fo,"
New-York. Spoke, July 31, lat. 33, 50, N. lon.'.
69, a ship 3 days from Piilad. steering S. E. blow-
ing- fresh, could not learn her name.
Cleared, schr. Alfred, Hawes, St. Thomas;
Cent, Hallett, Alexandria.
MARBLEHEAD, August 5.-Arrived, brig
Union, Lamprell, 17 days from St. Pierres Mar-
tinico, rum and sugar.
Ma lrkets.-Molasses, 'S18 a 19 on board; sugar, 6.
American produce, dull; flour, no offer lor-last
sales 14 ; fish, 4; beef, 14; corn meal, ti a 7 pr. bbl.
PORTLAND, August 5.-Arrived, brisk Mexi-
co, Stanwood, from n New-York; Elizal 'Ii. Ga,6u-
ner, do; Cincinnatus, Thompson, iiavai;:n. me-
lasses and sugar ; schr. Liberty, Crowell, NYork. "
B1rig Lucy-Ann, Davis, 53d dat. froni Li erpool,
salt and coal. Jul', 17, let.1 41, 30, long. 49, spoke
ship Leeds, of NYmork, G days out, for Livertool.
Brig Cuba, Hood, 13 days from Itavana, mo-
lass's Left, July 0 b, 'rig Mercator, Taylor, for
Newv.-York, in 10 days.
Brigs Flora, Winslow, 13 clays from Iavana ;
Albert, Blanchard, do. do.
Cleared, brig's Maine, Oxnari, Martir.itio; lke,
Noycs, St. Domingo ; schr. Mary, Crowcll,. N w-

On Thursday eveini, by the Rev. ID'. 'M'Mnr-
ray.I Mr. Villiau R11. litlchcock, to Miss Elitear
S. Lockwood.

Yesterday, after a lingering illness, Eiiza' nt;I
Crotliers, as:eed 25' yea'.
Last evening, Mrs.lThornel, wife of Mr. Thom::s
Tlioruell, aged 53 years.
Y yesterday morning, after a short but distre-sing
illness, in the 49th year of her age, Mrs. Hanneh
llRuden, wife of Mr. Alexander lRulden.

Coroners' Qffice,. dIsgust. 8.-The Coroner held
an Inquest this morning, on the body of an un-
known woman, fund at pier No. 2, North Ri-
ver. Verdict of the jurors, that she came to her
death by drowning. Had on when found, a light
calico fiok, black s boiibazet petticoat, corsets,
coarse muslin shift, black worstet stockings, and
a thfancy coloured handkerchief around her neck.
There is some suspicion that she might have
been intentionally thrown into the dock, she hav-
ing been seen in company with a man at or near
that place, on the night of the 7th uinst. about ele-
veu o'clock. Part of her clothes can be seen at
Nu. 64 Vesey-street, were any iinfiornation will be
thankfully received by the CORONER.

r_ AS on hs, ai d ofl''r' ifo- sli'I at No. 194 and
S1No. o F l'roiit-iste'et,- Gunpowii er anld inpe-
rial TI.EAS, in cessis hallch,.sts. 10 catty boxes, ;,
do. do. autd b.Iti lead eaiiau istcrs
Hyson *cui i chests, hl;fl'clhsts, 10 and 5hcaLt
bioxis 2 lb. lead c.uonisters
You si Hson Te a in chests, half chests, 10 and
5 catty boxes<
Hyson Skin Tea in chests
Soichi 5 aei lusche Tea 'n ilhesls, 3-4 chests
Bolica in r. chest;. ; ,n

*!:,. "". -' _-_-. .-.-r ;. ., .. -v c,;.,t:.,e;.zi'i.'.I;A.- l d arrive; and tiy vcc'- *,el' -, I S :, ;.' J, :' 3 .--F:-Ti.c'e6s' 3- lt"rf.om .e Liei*a i GeeMsa cmmanding M ajesty w ould be t Under re traint only on hisrjour. TeeMiessecs, &c. I to 83 ; 4494 O rleans, 8& to 11 I i
2g!,. ***i^--.i^.y fs:g j, ti t* ; berated in tle loudest manner, Long live the a 68i ; Five per cents of 1820. 95, nor.; do. of, thslth military.Dicision lo hisErccliencu he ney, but that he would resume his functions in Ca- 936 Sea Islands, 13- to 18 ; 268 stained do. 8 to
,,.,% King, Religion, and our Patron, the Duke of An- 1821, 96, do. ; Six per cents, of 1812, 93 a 93A ; Miniser of Jf-ar. diz. Sir William replied, that he could not go, lld. Holders continue firm, but there has been
MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11, 13 golueme- Iit The inhabitants remained silent spec- do. of 1813, 93- a 94 ; do. of 181.1,95 a 9C. no~u.;I "ToI-LOUSE Jnne "0. for that he did not see his objection removed by the but little done for thc last two days.
i taters to this scene, and a lamp-crier, not belong- do. of 1815, 93 a 03 t, do.; Seven per cents. 93 a j .ri/Lord- By m y letter of tile 1(;tih of lat-. proposed arrangement. lI1, therefore, remains at oac srmall i:h s of' oba, co were, made for
;ii: to the town, was tthe only one who joined in 94--t above with div. from the Is' ,of Ai'ril, .",o;;,I, Seville for new instructions. The IMiuister
-rvl AaI-. :.- .r::: nlet your E::ceAloncv that General ._ le b e nsrcin .Th 1instrof thehc jlandi, at ft~rlner raR, s. A fn't1.(er redution of I
FROMf SiP IhV.- T he arrival of a yes,<.! at .ir accialu ations. It is known, that these three 18Q:3. U. S. 1ank Shares, !2/. 10-. -ith div. f-om Cro1-:;d. ,-ing learned the dc tJat of M inn. re- U,!,'d states o Ameriea, the Ambassador of the to .23. on As!in to1,, p at.. 600 bls. 'urprntine,
ahiladelp hia from G ibraltar, b ;:i: :g s u *.he )lu.t e-t f G' ti aon i proceed ed to P ort S t. M a ry's, w h ere th ey 1l t J an 1823. ) i; r.'.i l') lospitalet w ith all th e troop s an d ba tten- N e th er h mi s. and th e A n b u -ad or of S wed en lik e- m iddlig q ua 1. sold at I.I 3 to 14 ,. ;, and ( /0 b ls.
aeeon 's .'from Cadiz, i-n which city art -.aetn- appea:'ed with (rin..s in their hat, and shouting T le forciLle removal "of Kin1 Ferdinar1. from aig e:'.!-- t-at he co ld collect, and that. ifh found '*ise r,;,;rl at -eville. The ( ... i'Aiihirs of ord. Am. Tar, at 13.
tred tho hop- ofl till the friel.1 of Spitiii-ll i'IlV- I .- live the Virgin of the Miracles i" Seville offers a new and important queston l or the : avouriir e ,ii ;i)or;;]]ity to attack tl l f'u itive Sax-on.1 -etolatwith the Q.'ncen, hie being a lPrincess llidel a.- continntcd extremely limited ; we can-
S! .,. likewise fired at the Constitution stone; consideration of the Bri!;iishl Gov'--n- ent. W i il I ba dt f that c hhif, he would tai:-, advanta'e- ofit. oft h e 0 ]io e of xony, not an nie it more than 17s. to IS- ,( 1. and these
p ,,.noence. The dates-are to the .j0th June. ihe junction above mentioned, they added he continue her >r*iinister with the Cc,rteeAsththeIe. As I !v this niotis n m eint rieceived a ie.'l'e.hc"ort "' This nlv,-'bleroduced the most lively indigna- prices aroe too higih fur shipments to the Continental
Frr; .'r h army had already invested the city on ltli the caution not to call fctio, s our reb ls lt di- oon as A W ard arrived ith tIe d:s-2;t cs f o n e ra :oad, ho in i n t hat, av-Vil t ii l t IverI Uttered agai li arl cs.
land side, airl tlhe r ,-e nch fleet t lmaiitained a sttrict v .icnc ,; t" l' oyahIita s, the baa ts of arm ed m en that I from Sir illia m .'C court, anno in,,- the f rt, a ins arrived at T arra-con, l he recaved a dispatch t' e R oyalist :'.; e-ibr,!,; of t he C council of ,` tate O ur grain m a r-ket h as !he en d, u l and drooping
f te. port. Prt> t Mry's, v'hieh i bform the French van guard. i Cabinet Cdi was imn-edhdely ei.., bul no de- ..; the ehk-f of battalion c imn;;idi" the cru- who had run away, fromim ar, aud aandoned tle h for some weecs, bIIt the cold and unsea nahle
blockade l l 1o 1 At th,i Cano del Trocadero, 14 places of ordnance ; e vision, it s-nsE, Nvas cen to. A second outingng 'vies a-smbled at lnsbitalet, inlbrih hn that i Kig tu the meuy of his gaolers.} ;veath'wer v iiave ]! for sonc tiie, hias in urodt
opposite toCadiz was occupied by a detachin -n t are already mounted. va held on the arrival of ia:'ther dispuitches re- ?,iba ,as going. to wards the Seu d'Urax i, aicn.r '* It's lieheved tliat the Corts arrived at'Cudiz the cro)s throna'hout most eE" the country, and our
of the invadiii army : this how ever was to have A t e; ght o'clock this m ornins, a column n of about \ eeived b y M r. l dl sinso 1 a1,11 the result of I he de- th e rid. e, of the non uta!'U svihichl oad..1i t !eoi lt.h i o nl t e!" -I G e mll Z yas w as i tru.t ed w ilh the ; harvcil being^ likely to be later than for the last
o h hie200O infantry and cavalry marched front Port tommunicated to the Kin; at ', indsor, tle.i convinced that our territory >-Oold lt be scort. DUrin, tl
,been anticipated. It ihas notbeen tIhe policy of til 0 u utvadcvlymrhdlio ot t'" """wu, o eies.cort.Lie 1)urtiniieri -,'; this deplorable crisis, te_.eo Iertehulr r o ecmn imr n
h 'Mary's to Port P oyal ; and in the aIlferne uM, about ,h. W/ard was ill ediately to sett out on ils rc- ,,..h'.ltcd, aid, hesiles tli rid",'s v -:hi h'>!n had i (" S e'''le, under t le control i of a ero tious nIlh a, tlihre is some demand a;;ai from speculators.-a
Spaniards to fight battles; but, if uossilble, to ex- ..o companies of in tlntry, in tle centre of which furll to Sir Win. A'Court. The decision of cuursL to ,ollu ioinin,;; IlIose wv-hich lead Cromn Port deINYrc e ia a state of stupor. On the 34th, in tile ITh'll war in the P'eninsnla has not produced any
haust and wear their eneily out by diiiietilties and there were, it appears, some field pieces, did not turaispire. lBoueL, and Pori, Oe're, i:l a direct lin to Urgel. morin.,, when it ivas l-arnt tiat the Kinl was : considerable vent, and tile markets in tile Me-
exposures. Fronm this policy, driven aL the Span- Noti'e.--Cclonel ]I. Colonna de Ornano -ives The Courier on this important point observes, Gen. Cro-sard caan;e' d Ils directions and marced:'I embl''It'd, the peple ..rued to t l boats which dilerrauean beig, low, supplies arc drawn fro
ard are, to their la* t re-ort, they vould not cer- notice, that he is coin.niaiiuned to direct all for- >t What those instruction v.-il be, were settled upon Auzat, ,-ith tile teution o'f proceeding.> tile lormcd the convoy of the King and the Cortes.- hence. \%Ve quote Wheat in leiit, at 4s. 9d. to 5s.
eigners, "'r-.,!c h and Italian, that wish to eulist un- yesterday, in thf Cabinet Council wldh assem- :- 11. ;. day to the 'late:,iu oi" Larvinas whilnc'e Se IverIal po rsons were killed in ahe boat as wed ast-
tainly now depart, nor run the r;sk of weakening (er. ti leuanners o: thle holy citie of liberty.- bled, in consequence o;; the arrival of Sir "'illiaim's he could at pleasure ascend either tPort de Jouet in lhe tn. Several houses deere pillaged and Eo:r ctn I of a tlrr dated
their small forceo'by any engagement. Their game The rendezvous is the army of Lieutenant Gener- dispatches. Their nature carniot be known; but or Port Negre. delmlised." Y"SA.VASNAH, August 2.
ii to protraetthre contest ; and if they can succeed al Zayas. where the birave General Lallemand is, we have no hcsitaLiorn in hazarding" the conjecture, Posted at the point where the ridges join, Go- Annexedwe hind you a statement of' exports
I .hos3 name is well known to the friends of Lib- that Sir W illiain A'Court has been ordered to re- nera! Crossard liad every reason to hope that he FRA "IN.-'ORT, Jau e 17.--Wlile the Turki~sh for the last m nth, and for ten months ending 31st
in protracting it lod- some months, their hanee 01 er n h ne.e could compound with delpo- turn ]iome. 1Follow tile King he cannot, for that should ascend them belbrefo Mina ; ior, bJsidos a fleet is gone to try its fortune in another expedli-
ultimate success is vastly increased. The unop- tism.-Redartor, would be to sanction tile violence which has been difficult passage, he had to go agreaL distance with tion against the Greeks, the commanders in Mace- ult. with a comparative statement for tic same in
posed entry of the French into St. .Mary's we do June 28.-The King has been pleased to declare offered to his pCrson in removing him ; accredited harla:-scd and fatigued troops, which would have donia begin to collect their trooel, in order to 1 1821 and18M'. Cotton is very dull ; we quote it
not therefore consider as indicative of weakness, or in a state of seigc, the district comprehending the to the .adrid ..,. 1 'he equally cannot be, for meLiwith soldiers who worve fresh and in high spi- drive away the Greek seldheis who have spread at12 a 14.d. Exchang-e on New-York, GO days,
d esp ond en cy o n th p rt f th on t o H. I sla n d o f C a d iz. th atl. w o u ld b e ia v irt al a b aI d o no men t o f our L ne u rits. G en C ro ssa rd left. A u za t a t 4 o 'clock in th e th e m se lv es in T h essa ly A ccu rd ing, to th e la test t "
despondency on the part of ill(c Constitutional;,is. ByR a Roval Order of the 24th inst. the Kingohas traLity, Tl'e only remaining course is for lim to morning. The narclh was fatiguing, and so dan- accounts, however, the Turks near Larissa, which 6 per eent. prem ; freight to do. Id. is asked for
During tlhe former siege of Cadiz bombs were in- been^ release to order that theThird army of Op- return, unless, before ihis rccal reaches himamthe gerous, that a loaded mule was precipitated into fortress they have constantly kept possession o, vesses yet to arrive."
deed thrown from this place into the city ; but ow- actionss to which were allotted the 1st and llth success of the Roya'ist cause in Spain s[ial have the valley, in spite of the efforts of the soldiers of does not exceed 4,000 men. I Exports of Cotton. Rice and Tobacco fromSaranah.
in- to the great distance. (I hre miles) it became nnliaI.v districts, be extinct. The troops of said restored the Kin; to liberty; and le would. then tle train and til cannoneers. The little colmn Thn e last letters from thie Turkish frontiers, viz. f for Ju?, 183.
nessary t a heshells so 1-aviy a he thir y which arrived at this IIad of Cadi, resume his functions at the Court of Fe'rdinand.- did not reach till six in tile evening the ground rom Semnlin, of the 3d of June, nake mention of | o' h ,. .
,esy fltho b ed temtherebre to rl so part of that vwhichJen has b This we think the likely i-sue of the business, for where it was to Stop. bs slie snow which had fallen reports which have been spread after the arrival WIlree to uplamln ,'otonS.I.voton rit', ti'o.;l'
they fell, they buried thesves to such a depth i tter place. For te cavalry blon- e learn, upon good authority, thaL there is not ti day before had choked up the defiles, and ren- o'Tartars in Belgrade, to te effect that the Turk- Liverpool, 158 41 135
as to render them harmless, and defeat their nxplo- in" to said army an advantagLeous post has be.I.n the slilhst chance of lle remnat of th e onsti- dered the passage diitcult. Never heless, the ish fleet, soon a'ter it quitted the D ardanelles, had New-York, 2055 48 34 -
Sion, From this source, thrtrefore, no great an- appointed. The army hitherto called of Reserre tntional action being able to protract thesh'uggle, great desire which our soldiers felt to participate been attacked by the Greek fleet, and very rough- ,Providence, 35, -- -
., 1' '* I wvl hencelorward be dc-iominatedthe "/rd.qr,'**rin :\s to final success, that has long been placed be- in the destruction olf" iina, made General Croisard ly handled, that the Greeks had even cut off the Other costwise ports, 82 30-
noyance is to be apprehiendeu :--an adetnuate sup- nalthatatl present in the Islasd of Cadiz will line yond their reach." persist in his resolution to continue his march. Captain Pacha with a frigate and three brigs.-- ..- .
ply of provisions is the chief matter-and as to slled the ]scrre. Tha troops of tlh third army, Tle Financial Expose of the Chanello' of the "A new despatch, froim the chief of the baLtal- These Tartars are stated to have left Constanti- Total 4253 458 205
their possession of that, we can form no accurate that was, and which have remained in the 11'h Exchequer on '..: .. ,. next, will be of the il conmeanading" at llospitalet, informed General nople on the 29th of May. According to letters Gor en months, eadig 31.t July, 1823
judgment. We should infer, however, from the district, and those that may be therein orgauized" mos, gratifying description, we understand,. The Crossard that iMina, guided by two peasants, and from Pestle, it was also generally reported at 3u- Foreign 97290 10r5 599
w prie of four a Gibratar, eosirg its iu future, will form a division named Dirisiun of revenue, during" tile present quart fr will be followed by only four of his men, had succeeded in charges, that somre great mnisbortune had befallen Coastwise 5S222 416 6201 16
h' opc ost fh ls l t112 / 1 It Disll,ics. found, we believe, to have been productive almost entering Urgel at eleven at night. All hope was the Turkish fleet. Considering til eUnusual un- -
proximity ti> n besieged town, say .C9 per barrel, 1 a public notice from (lhe Town.Conneil of beyond precedent, and the generally :..,,: i.:,. then lost. The General passed the night on the Icrtainty of the aeconnts received by this channel, 15512 11130 115CO ,30
that for the present, at least, there is no dearth in Cadiz, ol"'the 25t1 inst. all carpenters and caulkers, condition of the Country furnishcs, ample ground P'lateau ofKarvina, attile foot of the posts, whence it is taken for granted that these accounts require For ten months ending 31st J;uil, 1822.
Cadiz : and froonits contig'uitV and t012lfacilities of whether belonging to tlie body called ,11lricuta or Ior congratulation. The slatlc',1l f'the Right the troops set out the next morning to return to confirmation. Foreign, 88967 9879 76.0 --
a coast"g comm we p adv noIe 1'u- ot, welre "ord'reto to present themselves on the l 'on. Gentleman is not expected to l!ad to any theiy respTctiveautonrncs. General Crossard TuiESTr, June 8.--Letters from Durazzo of Coastlwise 50713 644 4646 157
coati Con aon, we pei aenu- ii to be employed each according to debate, as it will consist, liell, of a rcapila- bestows groat praises on he troops of the 45th stMay assert that the brave tender of Ptras
rule.I esosgireat. Tra ispaesdon zeatroops oan ardour Ju3stAafPasertthadet ti e baeondineft -of Pndinthat otl, 1- 0- alO-P 5
rers enough will be founding G;raltar,whonihih his respective tade. It adds, that those who tion of the measures which have been adopted adoptienl. T hey displayed a zeal a.-e d alp ardour Jnsaf Pacha, had left his Second in contend in that o
prices nay tempt hereafter to risk the danger of should fail to appear, will be punished as the law durinsr tle Session. which prove wat they would le capable ofog adailed fur Prvs to take the corn- 1821 149587 10525 14472 ;3.5
ca-ture, by tioe blockading-S squadron. The King dih. if till repoived ocsn 'Fe volunteer nation- lnand in uEpirs. This would fully confirm the _-
catuebyth bocad~gsqadon Te in d'ect. orh g'al.--We have received adivices fromnO- ;al 'tards that I have organized, in concert with the news of the raising of the blockade by sea. Other _,'~ ['E r? rI
it seems had declared, or been nad.? to declare the By the Cohlumbia from Liverpool we have our perle this morning, to the 6th instant I-" h o tilgreatest eagerness to re lse MARINE S1.
AliPeefect, have ,hownmtht greatestleaheldcoilttile-4tht-eIt received tat Viet 'ina frorn Caianara Say, that
cit inastate ofs.ege, and vigorous measures were i.apers of the 1st ull. Irom thaat place and to the XJun, inthe .lhnioipal Chamber of the city of the in c ae CSofal alarm. t OF EW O ., A
cpan. itn tilsrnateu hihoadbee asine the Castle of Lepanto has been takren by JMkark PR'O NWYRAGS 1
taking for its defeuce. If the blood of those mar- -29th June f'om London, -,- P,. ,' with Lloyd's Oporto, at which his EXCellcy the Marshal Jose I vet oo-oeet o however was severely wounded in
tyrs in their country's cause, who perished in the Lists, Periodicals, f&c.-these, together with files Joaquiin da Roza Coelholattndd.d with twenty live Thie Lieutenant General commanding the 10th b0eendfeated ner r ta. JtPRIVEn
olden time inSagintum, -if that of those who in received by the Cottes also arrived yesterday, f the Imos t disingu id Aldermen and inhabi- ,ilita.y division. BAB 13OT." The old line ship Columbia, Rogoers, from Liv-
,,{,.,, ants of lhc oiLv, Ior the purpose o; taking- the oathis SI.-.MLIM, June 6.-Letters fIrom Bilto-lia of theepo, (sle July )wth dr goodrs, Ir. om 1san
o," day ennobled, by their deaths tIna siege of Sa- bring up the chain of intelligence. The result of of ," ..... to the Kingeo. The same persons had t i MAnmD, June 21. 2Sh May still speak of the farcm cT-rkish Wrofhte pSo nFr (sas Thompsn y)with dry S > &- to Isaac.
ragossa, yet flow in Spali-:lh veins, we omay hope, :.ll we can gather is however after all not very previously Pit in private, and resolved on p- "Proclamation of Ie in] of the -ngdom, to troops, which commit dreadful excesses LarissaThoms shall,
though in trembling, that Spain will still be free- decisive. By accounts direct fr'om G-ibraltar we cla'kning the absolute power of the monatclh, Ih,: Saialrds, bas been strongly fortified by the Turks. owners, J.cailkrT.Walker f Sons, Weyman
1w1hich was publi Sy p'prmed on the plain of Spaniards !--The Re-gency of the Kingdomn ad- -& Clark, Smith, M'CaIl & Co. P. & J. S. Crary,
that Cadiz, heroic Cadiz, will once more save the are in possession of later news from Cadiz than ,anto -vidio, on the w. --;-.:e-ioil thi 4lh. After dresses itse, Tto you in the excess of its most pai'- he letters from Constatineople are only of the Potter & Russell, Godfrey & Walsh, r. Keli'y
edr ss s t e 1,.oyo 1 th "ece s 'f ts m o t 13th 'M ay, and state the C aptain P achia lw as at that L egget, F ox &: C o. A & S. VW illets, J. N apier,
nat.on. these arrivals furnish, and taking them all together ', ,-; .. ,'ivcn'othree I ....... riies for tlhe Kinog, nant grieC, not to excite tle constant loyalty of ll' a t
The extracts that follow are copied from the w. must confess our fears exce.roal family, your he.rts hcautse the Spaniarda canIot cease to tiewi e rells n e Algerne flo- ogers & Graie, J. Taylor & 1ons, G. Wo. rWal-
Srshl loza ws r sd by deputation, to as e faithful to the God ofor Father, and to our lie- tl acor ne M lene. Is. S. I. Tobias & Co. Titus, Avery & Weeks,
National Advocate. the eurt oftti-e Spa-is. contest. Cadiz is indeed tiltye.commando"loved- ,,, buL to a.suag'e the biternes of ,, V. Baraclough, Buchanan, Calder & Co. 11.Se-
GInRALTAR, July 1. strong, and if provisioned may be long defended, reactions of his Majesty should be kn1wn. The its ailliction or yours, at the sight ofthe evils which F'ire a Savannah.--Capt.Eskildson, ofitheebrig ger, J. E. & C. Mow-att, A. Mitchell & Co. Gray
. P,.ocldimalion of GGen. Ftgodet, to h t o:,ier.: of t hn and particularly if the statements of the treatment troops received theanmnouncement of tlle restora- `lay 0`110 fr'omt the melancholy situation in Signal, from Savannah, informs, that early on the & Harden, F. Tomes, Phelps & Peek, Ri. Jaffray &
" eilla ilciraa iia.,' m ,lj,: niotin th' ,. militia, t~e aejend- -hCItl IC
e r' ofmhe liand ofia "te a d: inflicted uFont l{e king at Seville previously to his tionlofthe lloyal authority, with the liveliest ac- which t'lc periidions enemies of the country have ,orning o" the 3d inst. a fire broke out on Smith's Co.C. & Robi nsJ .Rolo se S. Tudor, 1- Loomis& Co.
desoofth Iand of Liis f o l t hi declamations, in which they were enthusiasticAilly placed us. i I-Iillyer c Robbinso J. Roosevelt & Son, T. S. U{-
It being my gre test gocd fortnne to be placed removal be correct, the lop sonal safety of those joined by tile entire population of the citv. The You are witnesses ofthe forbearance,and mild- wharg i Savallah, and raged wih considerable finston, J. & J Hudson, H. C. De Rham, H. Ala-
at the head of so many worthy paniardsq, t!i de- who compelled him to ggo will induce them to bishop of th diocese, attended, at the request of ness, Ihe indul:geicc, with which the partisans ofir- fur"y for hree leours, destroying entirely two stores jor, C. If. lHall, J. Broadbent, G. Tucker, Tred-
fenders of tie national honour, and ef tile legiii- make the most strenuous elibrts to maintain: thon>- the Council. The tollowin-g oath was lhen ad- religion, li mate righItsof their co-ntrymien ; full 0o enihu- i d w tt'ea Ycm hiavc, it is true, sometime deplored different places, while *an inermed o builn' .rson, Muir, & Co. lands, Spooner & Co. H.
siest',a o ,i ,,,-I ,- ,, :, -.A ed b y H M to d ircc t s- Ives ,.a n th eirt cause il lC ad z. M em b'ini ers of' th ei C council the m peinYy w hic h m en ,,o crime final enjoy in a l I c op alle the theeion l u in th atdit i Ghh aneo&cJ. B rush, 1. eGn.o inar cl ay, D V ai.
tile vlnable p-:.rtion of armed citizens, whose vir- Mina, according to an official despatch of Mar- r swear to defend, and cause to be defended the places ; and thn lcency would even hav' feared eseaped,.warrants the conclusion that it must have & J. Brush, th. & G. Barclay, D. Oakv, Stoeat,
tues and patriotism have l d thiem to abandon shal M!oncey, has sustained a defeat--'T which lh rights ofwour Absolute KinP,thosIe of our Lady the scenes calculated to cause scandal, ifconvinced oftbeen the act of incendiaries. The fire was not Platt & Co. A. Stansfield, and J. Hall. Passen-
1. _hts f'ou AbOI~t I -, h( SOft ll',adytileo'grs, George Jackson, Esq. 11. -M. Chief Comynis-
^eir hea 'p retyadhi fioies issaid to have lost 7 or 800 men and some of his Queen, and the whole dynasty of the royal house your wise pat"oti.nit had not known that yon wholly get nnder when Capt. E. sailed. 'U r.
and to conic ara-ist Fatigues and privations, to de- were acquaintcd with the motive of its so mild tand sooner to the Ucited States, John Chilcott, Esq.
;ed Ls~hadsactentoa iet n rncipal o!!lcers ; as well ats we canjndge, he still, cnoctfI nq brsidfrnly; h; a.It
fend, at Such a distance, tile national ltioety and Pr Tle oalhl vwas likewise voluntarily tak.nh by all tolent o .1cmA C'/nII._TheCommissonors of Claims Secretary, Francis Jackson, Henrietta Jacksoh,
independ..ica, which are s atrociously attac:ld however, kept the field. Bltlliaeros, we are the Nobility of OporLo, whose, names; to-etli with .motive wastheliberlyofthcKinigand of hisaugust nnder th late haty w Spain adiou,.ed on Eqc.rgianrva Jackson, Riddle Jackson, G. Parish,
by foreign perfidy: on beholding the resoluuon grieved to finm, las been comuelleA to retreat, with tho~e of the Bishop, Governor, and Council are "" dily.
Viednlesday ls t m eet again oil the 12th of N o- Valli, John W atts, Esq. Isaacl Stephenson n
nd IZr-I, that shiu o ep-ncosly among ali a uribed to it S ds you know it, our legitimate annd a- last, ton
tlhe l. '.jand firm 0p0ne[ that are assembled in the' loso 10 0 men f'n o bel-r Sa'tunl and Subsc Ii3seoe la d eTxsal bi itE Bj.ll
,til '-. I n iii plltil ia aeastlld. Oil tile 51thinstant, tho Council of Oporto )issued dorcd Sovereig:n has been deprived of the thlrone oef vmnller next, when it is Said they,. will probably Le 1aiwie,!.h'In, -. ejamininBerthelott,-
thisC circuit, tile'bulvaLt, ior the third tiou, o. na- to abandon the whole kingdom of. Valentia. ] th 1bllowhng Prochunaion :-l tiis lathers. Sf o'..,ilfl. a crime has been eminti- e,l,Ie to eonipLle (le ad ,,s(,nenrofthee claims upon Eliabeth Cook, \Vm. Shepherd, George Johnston,
tional independence, Lberty, and lhuuor, my heart would not have time to march Upon Cadiz with Tpe J,,'es and >[eme,:; er" the Conil ,f the to"1 t" proposal Hin ro-" avle hi r ofth Moali. CI-a ancswe Tuckert, Mil ts Ashwort hel
is read; to burst, and ,vowould fain, if it were possi- t itbo e, Jllo a i; of' teollne'll Of ^ ^ to ti'0 to ronluvo hi"t ldiz-aii a"siver y aninico to decide. Catbarine Brandt, Miles Ashworth-Stephen
ble, acOrry my resohves to. a greater heght ilion any hopeo" throwing himself "ito tha"t c'ity bclorie most illsltrious Clamlieor of Ithe City of Oporo which onght o be written on marfile We assert, upnl ,a .s;io n a r s Chace i the steerage, late passan-eroftheAlbi
theyy have already attained to. But ai, A- order to it wuiass invested-nor we fear hlad hIe s lfcient flree o oth part oa.hi Sovereign Majesty, wjens God a,,d (ra;ie. Thriey will wie. lo e .Inesl ornamentoflbislo- ay' O- July 4, Cape Clear N. 40 miles, spoke lri.1
pla;e's' in a situation to insir. respect i our to induce him to risk a a ttle for its relief, atter protect, t, &c.&. ry lor many ag?,and llvv.-ill always be engraved fhe Newburyport Ierald,) that the afi-faned Abeona, fi'mn N York for Liverpool. 8th,`lat. 48
haughty enemies, decision, and enlhuisiasm a:u th't event. ,We make .known to all the respected Inhahi- on the lar'ls of all Spaniards. 1. Oa-serpcnt," or Scnirinin^ rrrI/ much: HI," im, long. 1U, Stip Commerce, from New York for Liv-
pat'riotism are not sutiici.-nt, an'. that organization, {ant ofthi ol ythat in cqviun eo of' thl'. happy ti ."" con-cinnec, and the interest of my subjects, w"vas taken at ,Plu or ,i. on W'ednicsdhay last a T3, long. 36r sh0, oe fw t
1);Ltriotisni rewaottsktuiai-nt, nn!i tha.Organization,"dayastcafteroneopoand I ,,lat.at7 7330,long. -. 6 30,'sSawtte
discipline, fines, ad o:tacyThministersofthe United States, ofIthe Neil n o the d olle.th- (and by them axiouly d,psir;d) evnt, ol' tihe do not -do t permit me to leave this piece. As an indi- seetor, Gihender, fur New York. 233d, I at 45,
anilds,.t-rauceofifardiii,) aud privatiouS, aud'strict Crhimds and Sweden, arc sai.1 to have remained at eC-ahliqlim'ent of thee hia[ vy (uoverintment o1' in'ir vidml,, ir -a private ),-.r-on, I should se n ineon- 9lon"g. 41, stw any -di island of ice. Au-. 6, Nantucket
obedience and punctuality in the service, are indi-- Seville at the last dates. The Secretary of L o rdo- oM the Kin am thT, roesrl't[ionn ofihissover;,oiin vehi;"uc" in reumovin:r: 10 anlothr place ; but, as a .Ulol- tile ]es.el1.. "r, .it ihe Col(umbiaflm f ^l'oa E. N. E 40 miles, Spoke schi. Rover, Bra-
pesbyicu a:,I aail OUtat aor-;.thoiritv, and of {hos-e leo'i:hnaie ri,'hlts otf whiv Ki,h lllUny (-, n-cc',:ce doei not: pernl'iut lne lto (1o So. o: !ni lt fr'omnSurinamnlfor Boston.
pensablYhh e necessary w I hiiL eyouavthat'bt aco-t ion of the United States might, inclad, have bc"n he o l- ld d l .9.1 t1 dh-- legi nal nsrt h(. o rfl,.hl. in myakhn-"ithuc edo; a has peon l ,todos' ,verpool, are eor I ," Jackson, ;sl m '_ ( nm 1 Sde f o riam fo Bost os.
plish the great 'work which we h1ave beg-li, it is 2 l1tbttc n"1K1-'ld U i 4d.sags and virtuousi conFort lhad 1),i'111 ;- Is .ig(urriai~ a al-fdl: --*poaeGog akoEq.Cmiso- c], ots Dcs,4 asfo iepo
requisite that you should know, that there is no there, but our minister, Mr. Nelson, was on .his oUsly despoilcd, we ihave be.en duteiirniined lo rci :'aat soul and his lov. of'his eopl.(,. A llegnicy. 'r from Englan.d to the U. States, his flanily, and with dr5 goods, hardware, &c. to Fish & Grinnell,
medium between yielding shamefully and iguo- way to Spain in the U. S. ship Congress., Captain der to tile AlmieiItv lloe thaniks which ar ; dne iamed by the most furious demn,i,'ogues, lhas betn ,,' Cticot ecretary. and Phelps & C o. F. ]. Priest, H. cabstok,
..h -Ibs enbarehoIlesh'.cl r. r- heeo<.icoe o stmthheuin adndri- ".P.otlcis, & C. E F 1). Priest, 1-V. ardwe 13
minioush', and con'tuering by a steady adherence i3ddle. This vessel was, we are told, ori-inally to n ilo6 wflii ithonienrahcl.h l hn 1reseing. (,i theoC, the col ., muiance (ort, ;an.]> llertihe ; and Ferdi. I d to t. well
to these duiries. I am aware that most of you.are r.C nn of h mdans, tile (fnt ol tile present lnuni. .thll11. nnd and his consort, anil all the Poyal Family Caninil, late Ilisl. of hnglan Phe DBeh e & Co. Phelps & Peck, 1-. & G.
well convinced of this truh ; but, nevertheless, I" bound ta Cadiz; but from the eirenmstance ol her the Holy Calih i'al ofl!N;s City. have hcen violently transferred to Cadiz St-to (_',- U. States, em'aFked at thlis port in tlhe British V-ai Titus, Avery &WeekLeotett Fox & Co.
any one ill-advised, or through co-.- ardice, should carrying out `',. .Rodney as minister to !Buenos 1*And this Ill'is is Chain',e,, desl 'i at. d'., whore tlhat act d, strutive of religion and Paeket whicAh sailed on Saturday morning for Fal- .st & I. Corlies, R. H. King & Co. Albany, J.
depart from the roail of heroes, which, undar such Ayreos, where she was, after landing Mr. Nelson, same I.e timo, I mat thi? Actl shoe],d he ,,ol. zin]/ci 11;... !h.e'mouarchly oaose. There Ith ennarch now iswia mouth, via ial.fix, C. eard, Ogde, Day & .Co. r andolp'h&Withe'"rsa
all po~~~dhle pomp~,a N -it 11ever,,-d.-,10 I tratio '1rT!oU..r; there is tile Ro'va! Family,; and call.Sg un y C .IatbrJ a tn .~-d
critical eircimstan.ces,;,3 mar. ed out by his worthy to proceed, it was thought more decorous tlhat ,he oowf 1 0 1irats ,' *-re b e bu ryJnh e'd ,o &oySan .ee.sl.h and e an h Ay A s os C Tayourncy & no 1atod, J. Huwton. J. IDixon
ebllow-soldiers,I ass-in'you all,thatwhoever m that ;,... T',t.,to .. *bi '.'. rc*,t 1 1 .- a a Tie Albay Arzs correct in a P. 9. the state-
betray weakness, or act i.ihamously, shall bo pn- 'S1dud1d gO -O to "- raitar. Thi.altetion, as things hcrly ,,at le solemnty, and lhiat 0:,1 \vt ,u indig:ation and wihont horror.. & Co. Godf
nishej as lhe law directs, i.nd bb separated fo.'- have turned Out, may have been tLe means of !he nii.hls of Lhe 5th, 6hll 7tl, a 1 .1 ;ji-h, they wiil '* ;1nuia d, i Youjr .*.ovtrnonent nonlcsseH that it e n in tatpae .. o Fridaythat the Pr- &Henry Jakson, H. SLaine & Co. G. Mamkie & Co.
aseke- o1est "i',mn :- Iial.,I n o exp ,vrresson lt tourpain .t!s hr l-, u .rwlo recently escaped finin thel, o !- .HenrdyJackso, HSpoone'z & Co. G,. A& C. nydCo.
e.er from free men, wlo arc determined to b.ry avoiding" a collis on with the i F rench blocl,adin6- ca us eThiir lio ises to l eC iliom in- irld. h d ca I ..f y orI e fools itself"red to -a'I I-een expression (t e.it to paint so orri !, at"" Ias er- ). (lie prison in A !ard-, Ea..s Norwo o dr C rowther J. G,.
thmose!es under teli r einls of their country, jsqd e1' hihossibly ui !t haive oghe..led to Tins t o i lcazlsoftldrious the loyal hla: ,.*-:he eoen Uofnsilnce, rdaeoua.
and to renew, if it should be ,cs.-a, il ,-g the Ilal anlia!,;ta'r. ,.i heoqtncv of silnce. ,oo IIavilalnd, J Eastburn & Co. t& C IDc Rhaail, Ro-
Island of Cadiz, l;e glo' ois r?,e. n;rancc oi -':. the ongress entering Cadiz. the he-oic city of *Oporto, oflei's tlih m its ian i 'T'he ll e vincy off' tl Ke i'dom confounded, i t i.e gersit raoinsPN h earatt& Sonof&TroyF lomp-
manti 1of' old. Use, thor!'ebre, your utmnost ex- ii an accoulie t taken from the London Courier. .ordiuO eong'atlCatA TOs on chn pretLent ha|,v eve t. truer, 1." so great'a crinie, wiOi not neg'lcct to lake. : \r T OPd.e, A ,e. o ertions;- all E rope has its ,eyyos fixed upon us; t Nil be seen tha Portugal has returned with 9J. N JOA QU Ie, d it has tia,;n fnn end Onargtic' Jeasur o .on -'i, A E Fotterhomp on .
and *,o know3- wtlicer Irovid'ne, has not a",- "JON PACi O PRI, LLO. ishts aun and to remedy he evils cau', .,I I 1 N P C port & Russell, T Hal
I ) l E, t R'E l L.lulsi t ihran or!nov-Li( vl alld tthins port Oil Thlirsday, in 12 days h'om 1Jerelie,
pond us to be,.... s>ond tne, he- e,-trsadra-are to her chains, heot absolute Kig and holy 8 S nrr& Gl,,,i5, 1823. by ,e implacable enemies of God and of the .M- l her Spencer, Stafrd &Co.I Buckl, HLoomis
the tol)jects. of larr ad:tira~in and light ; so that, friars. SeUZA. narch. Prudence and vi'l".our wil! 'overn all i s ,ie ,nd Anx C. wh s l ime m'es had Co. W & ]I. i']otl, E C eehven & Co, J
whilst lahouring under har ships, your only Sir Robert Wilson, travelling quietly and un- 11 M 0 NT"1R0. resolutions. Ynl will co-operate il '.JjUsl a :l ;,-hired.I a snal be,. unoor' e tl and loosevelt & Son, J Spencer & Co. J RI Willis, J
thought should b_.-. that yOu are about LO lose yor' F}It D'ANDREA. ,cclbv confidin",,:: your Govenrmeot, whi, Ih will shooting', boarded a small In.dic, shooner, Gowen & Co. 1 Jalay & Co. J & C Swan, P &
liherLy,_ perhaps for e,-or ;a -tedouo armed from Oporto to Libon, had been arrested CiLINS. ii'emttini v ,ut.,ue those whose infernal ,' wih was l.,. dnl-,1 fl er e 1 etit To ; I Crary, B Marshall, W Kelly, G W W'lli,
vigorous e.rtion anua;Iess, until that hrneoic y theb r zealous royalists. G A T)O COUTA." hs filled our har's withl mournig.--,; the night, for the purpose of ki & "o Coxf M Vhitney, and eKemp,
entern'ize shall have .'O.eU accomplished, in *,vnieh The s-ate, of Ireland appears to excite the deep- ,Prom. h/e Io.idfur ,' o.,nr. *25 -QO'icia7. N A Io3%,dlis Corps, partly composed of PorLu- T'lhere were a captain, three men, a bov, aLLwoman "sq. of 1gers in thie Cortes: aV Napier,
y o tu co !Unn aand er-ii-c~ dio y ou r co mntry in lla ll' E L G R P H C ... ..`10 M .nO'N f e se, I cl, iekad ps C iudad IN d r g'o, d m u Sieg ec (of and ( t lu d till b)pa M th e sch oo uer-- th e n ng ro es ro b- ha u,i F. ng.f.Rss-AllidoT eale, J oh nP o~tter ng
companion in ar -cs, i; onises to b cVOU W.uida and e1 t ppr hension ili the ***'itish governl ent, ai.id it TK1Li.(;UAP!IIC 3B 'Cri F n, i ,;..YON11111-l-d) `1'"D,"
o a a ,..ste g ah..i .1' 0. ",hih w\'ill .eon be begun. It is supposed it can hb.d th vesl( of the -dry-goodls and money ooP
ourthiodli. l" Long.live..th,, Conliitit ,r.on Long tlere be no.t the grossest cxa.,';e I'll'erato in all lltbe.d c e / or-Gcnrral lo irsistanee, being ill su;.pliedl witlh l/oard--massacr'ed all exe pt neill exc-ptf the er, h"ela- t..,hree children4 and servants, of Pliilall)Ahia.
J ,9 thy, threeresisance, beindillrvtisiof with ut'd Ihia.
L till) Constttiti,nal.g- : onfrCcltor' anccotantsr wd receive of te conditions ofge tfrtoll-ntee1e T'ae o. provi...ioll. f Jdllt- 20, tlle. 45, Ion. 49, spoke s bip Woodbine, 10
The res.-lt ol the-marI -_of ths second corps of country, w il may its oppressors treble. ThI vain ward o i" L le d corps aftor hIvncam.," t l': ,h -M oneklo of ai Covettiatem edi-d h e e dn, a5. fl om eab r o on The C. O n o.nrs1
t ht e a r m y c uo~ i ns { .h o fr a sis ^~ a e : e~ f t h e a n Si ege, o f s u eSa g ~ ti U ma n S i W i l l i a C u r t i s a n d o t h e r li a t a n d l o y a l "l1 u e rt h r o w u t h e r e a r g ua r dl o f l k dal l l e r o s o n 't h e v :1e h ad' [ e h u w 'ed.~ t o i 0the i r 1 o r d e r a nelz p 1 hld b e e n w c d'e dto h a v e a n d on xamiat i a c 3 1 1Y F .lof C'f' _E!\' N" sounhl- Louis
eocutonoVaeaa teudnan I th, at Alg'emcsi, catrried t],e same dlay helqe ],.,.d de {he1'1 (',ougcdtitteirona er aysndliad Then 1 no"le'ae tCIONRoe lite lhine a~tn'e-~lhC\- rob- Orleans lmhonr Boton, he C.ahas fio b~vee, on
.nreeipitae, reu'eat of thie tartest body of troops dernimcncft', city ot'London, lad protested against ,l F^to )\lire, on llhc .1uear. Tlhe enemv i,i 1"I.q ,,: "*'e -**I e"phrtet"'c".db vivtueofnthr. ~ hdhrad'KIIE ~ .t:.! They l,.gastl tCOOEo Hyors l,'elmr lim lBp'dett.h roailedin 0 .*

Ch a ml bo to o k p o ise -ssio n <;l th e ea -itk o i Tl o rto sa / ..... , ,r ,c- i i n u r ha s lIc -,n su m nm o n e d l ,b y tlhc Ile,.c en uy, w hin o r~ d er o i I' re*;d t B o'n e r A s i 'c,.; m y -a (i ''o ; e u-. b i ; F m o o t a d o t l; s i
and he inopes, iu the co.,..,of a few days, to !,e- Cunittioai~sts. t ^,ort ej" aMarsha D^/e~ ,o h.i E^lc,,.c, ,h... blamed hi.: ze,', h,,ause ,no resolution had be0P. ;,n;ki; lorn ill,_" oilt:.,r mn, and hve_ ;Were eter to sai'*l nx da; shipAtlas o fN P 'roS.denc, fwras
co m e m a ste r o1 Lh e t o w~ n T ln is .1. v e ;-, i p o- r t.- .A s l'. :''.c i ng p a u 'r~ e i :e l a d l e en eo n in itl ed in all in ~ is of t ,1 1 [;,[ .(;s p ...l e e el e.:ia stic e al p r o p e r ty s o ld u u d~ c r |.ii ,. d|l'(l t lie "w o od b e se e ur :,d o a i "l a v h p A l s, o r v d e c f r I
nt a c q 'nis tio n, a s it fa oniiia t es lh e c o m m u n ica tion L o '. on b y :a M r C -rilK lh, w lho a fte rw a rd s sh o t M y L mrd -ill m y tw o la s r ep o ,'t [ 'v e y ou r l *:r ;' 1 ( o i c A b o a t :,b o u t six t e e. n 'f.. ,, in l ep,.. h,, ,,,,;, t ed v i c e, saIh- ., s a m e( d ay.-- S p ok e, *1 ly 5 Ia t. 4 0 -2 1,
Cadz, t 23.--,h folwn R~va1 O:dwl: ,:sell. atl)pears this wretched man had tbeen excellence n a, u: of" th enc^nye s eohnn wh;eh I hvc ee ale I oT uMle o fi?*^l th*" news-1'l' o *- her:,frn, Us tnknu ite Y s it[ {i~o'.Ag ,lt.0" or''/-;i" (,snpIo^1 ldays L-iandwi, o
ha ent ransmite to the ^ ;:mb"o Corn on bd ters with his lidhcr, a respeetable planter ,chie hd deacendcd into Cerdagne, by the valle r.: %il -"O he{tSr .ACutof.\ol }otle t uy in a s'^d e"^,, with s;ok ,.hi 3^ Fam. davstl frmNw odobo
nerc:, aud,lby iheiat:. r nMsde!]:nown to th,>ner- o;' Barbadons, and for'merly Speaker of the Hlouse . Chants of Cadiz :-- ofl Repressnhatives of that island ; and after baying Pc,,om-i pi -ic a'c eo?, l;oi esnt Mdiadpoiig!od l .hc wa- ... .. .. in "lsc-so Nf ealrl o rh'f~l! ; br"g 1;upId,1 Thempson, of Boston, for

Trasn y "eport be made "of the sum S Ad ~nreied ifn deedh severl infedctuo latveml l o see l l~ im, ad 11 ,* L { "LIO"^cLdLS Io lec, wilneei did 11 tle gran s % n( I3 e Butoi unc s.p...~orTmkisIRs
'-e "o hi en "ple as ic m tne -a 'e J "- "u e l 'lh tes "'nlated by thotin dssoder th roya Spa i.,! troop puse 'u hri.h h. -thOr,: ha n o bee a lei~ o on thn ri lza rii of Po-okfn Li aert out,' d ; 'i r S t u. ,
paye nt ta s.uiiloeb a mttdi he en i nas l ather t ;-ou by h is lie w the a ito l an dalr itou interim h oka m ission. Baonr tw Ao l eos, oand o hine UO 0" "I 'o 9it* \e the tler wa e tarn ing f thi CI .ILL' ON' A"us :.. 'x ."cr re-eive ...k,, ', d yon"Co et,,,1eo
Cthere. Afte 25 I prett omanneat adonce in. the1 lT-*S^" m u ni nte.^ enm ^ ::. ... :" ;,^ = s: ,2 : :t .I ly whe pata l s hooe was aptre d s ailed di'ys J pre ~.-- Co,, of? do l"r" Aux Cavesin, 12days ; frio" fato
Custeomy' Fouder in thpayen o"dties aeneableathe of wlfce m o oke a uid sasl-udrr na Orls a non.drbe W n lot3 -"-'"Agurlc i advantae toi' commiti~ the~s hori ,ill to widw. 01 ta pl,. in "" eyc1' the r'J'w g'attud aud'ugr hio D.o ioters & Son-'i
Jl t'viti~s 0 th seondol ~ay wee crrid cossoad Th ol ceemoy, oweerofdrv- orsdu ombt, y te Cuncl o Stte nd licCor s,011Price lironi orMau',cb tw rv.-lln c.n ;,ifearLeii. riil-rnk1no o srean day lo boto.
dalteort s Cat e mdea Chrcfwt the sutmos reeived in de, he srnd o ae edtae, by shotn dorer tlingoya Sauimon.shatMn isntS-i riinainr-ie svreepggn n wirifle htne boats Buson the. .^ ^* sht"lipe ( 2o'ern Tompi* s Ir^ sh^ d
:order to ustheir ding appieas pairiontnce mayt the <,onhereaigi leHueo omn.I sntbe etoe~dntsm icm ne e *O throg thehead with ai~a paited apod afer wie-u inemiso ?;li( two11 h'e-ucls, ands'k:;ltat killed^ 600^'^ T
regure.,;ls t^ ol:e*ll ou -- "- O". !h 9h tter wasir radig andan siariud the tao oo C[,\LL 'T(sX Aufs 2.lA corps, rweeie brig'e dciiival (,olih fc Poretnher, hi for^ St *^ -- e oth at-~^. Ubes,
formed~~~~~ ~~~~~ in0 colm" ahid filnd The inrohma"~ gretl Coon-tu ""o^"i o* Ste ir wl-e the'fre Pribrdn ,,f criterion in thi c*^^^ i I ''"1 "i.JMity, d(te Iarea J un e 76h -s atoer's thaut '~at,1 other reportedraK bv theoi &te hoani.
CaoSqar,-feac co.rpI tche manner announcl boed by wards blown judg ofn rins oult wiatly passiother ", : trillute d t hescces lofts in'sit"bokd, tll etc tha th Me., renlbt th e-eat e wit th ;it..l co~eas eaade ,,, o e ;h u r a~~ lchw d:v pr n Z !~s \ "'gon, ufnce. ; shi Niort mrc, Port
toteCth edy' al Ctmrehwith tes utos soe i in We seethaleshreoanh the bovwadipininsc wieth.o "Everythig mounees tand su nalte as w not d ave in ]'t reinain h a i 'Hq a see ena' o"*(*aa,"**.^"-""". th the boats11:: lf th i,[l.

tinguiishnd themselves in lii actions ofl ,ltic 4 to the iulres of his people, h would not virldN
and 15th, Bdarch d'Frolf,-and Visculin;. Saints PierA.I o the dem:inds of the Cortes, lbut by |Iorce. Aftcitr
particularly mention Colo0el [ioq1m4naurel, PIA. de this there was anotlier sitting- of the Corte,, in
ioml:q', officers of the staid; M.\. Silli fle, chief of wihichl, on motion of Mr. Galhalno, it was decrr'-.d,
lIn:lalion, C:tptain Lavolht l ai-. Sel'..;c'a .t 2'\l,,A"o lhlat hlc.Kingwas iia sta/rll! menal, invlnitu',
liodelner, of llthe d 2t Ilh infi lhy, -Q. (If 'ioqu- :;(t that leiug Lllus incapabe of conducting llit
Chnillh, chief of' baetalion, Ca;tain LLuiggi, and Goverwnmnt, tlic Cortes ordered his beiin"gcarried
Q: I I 1 Colc:'., of the 2d olf the liin'. to Cadiz, atd appo1inted a ItegneyC in his stead.'
i. i I garrison of ]!ostalrich mnade fuu"r sallies T'!he.lilnister of`'E].".iglhdlthen sent a nole -o
oil the 13Lth of* June. Tlhe attaclhe s, eii;.autly di- the fGoverniln nl, i lwhii hli lie st a ted, that a't hie ]
reacted against the cig',t Spanitl battalions, were was arcrvditpld (o the Kintg, and not to a Re07gel-n, .
ii- ,., 1 .. r,, I he Could nol. follow the King to Cadiz without fur- : 1
,.... 11 ,.' ,do ) Col, pursuing the enemy other instruc.tho s.
with lis iUma! vwlour, wa-i sh'uak by the splinter Tlhe Corles tholl, in order that they might re- '
ofi a sifl!. ii{ )oi'Jh'l i- extremely serious .pove thle objections of Sir W. A'C'urt, eorder,.-d
"MONCEY." h:s letter to bue asw'Cred by a dc!utu that his

lr,;dcrgrast, '..P. Sulllvau fl. l.' Wh-r, W. leoli^
sio.a, ;. C;;rt, C;. Hitleioi A, M. Iiol;kins and GC .
1Ppe--w li'o'! muh pleasure hin thus publicly
inatlhie" Lhir aelnowhedgtln'en', to Captain E.. ior
hlis :,;Lntle]anly deporlinent to th11m during the
>:clh. L.,an, Deniion, 17 d1iy-s froln Curacoa,
with dye wuod. hides and salt, to N. L'H1lomme-
,lieu, owner, l(ol.,'thn o 'Tn B rook!, aud to order.
Lei'f, July 12.1, brjig Ahtttca%: aI, .Collln, for New-
York in 10 day ; br g- New Pac!et, Chaco, of So-
merset ; lueandar, [lhodo ]Llan(!. Spoke on Thur'z-
day in tlUc Gul, a s01r. I""Olo dimireifor Sl.
'1'lioina. .
Suhr. l;<'o;';a ], 0I'l, of laIMutr, 27 d!ayVs fi',o
.'*'..'Air ", nu j% i 6 11) 1". .!Ti lt' ..; Io,'vw piin,', .:.,

i apppar, ny jtrile tLtimon.lly of a. Patron from epesd hl hi ilh l-IIUi ail
Port A ary's, that the eneiy entered that town xpressed, that theoit wil be nuch. and warmly
on the 23,d, to the number, it is said, of 4000 fbot, opposed, this bill will prevail.
and 500 horse. The forces that invade Andalus,,n, Cotton had advanced, and very extensivebusi-
amoUnt to 20,000) men, of which 5000 are cavalry, uess was doing in it. Return good, are not nune-
and 14 pieces ofcalmnon. They formed two divi-
sions, that united at Cordoba; thi one havhn rus. The importations fl'om E'ng. land are Fhllin,;
come by Despenaporrog, the other by the road of off very much. Those therefore who hold sea-
La-plata. sonable articles are likely realize a fair profit.
On the 22d, tr'ee of the factious, as itineraries
of the French troops, entered Rota ; fired sev. LONDON, June 28.
eral shots at, and destroyed, the Cons~truti o Englis, Stocls.--Rcd. 3 per cents. 21 ; Con-
stotne, and afterwards ordered a bark to carry dos- sols for Account, 32!.1
patches to Admiral Htamelin, who is cruis'ill", 0 1o F,.ench m,'ands, Jucne 26.-Five per cent. Con.
tin., pot. ,Amou, o 'r i-ri"junctions, which they souls opened at !88f. 90c. and closed at 8aW. U5c.-
left, onee wa,, tlhat no 0:.eu h: ng s should be us- 1;auik Stock 1.59-". 50c. Rh.ntes of Spain 371

dy ot i, lary ;)I, '.", "WIh ol f,1ol So icr, ol ;',rw-
Yolk, whose bodyv was found in tllie woods n;ar
thll \ic s.Vil.i"i' u"5"toll gale. Verdict--visiLalion
of' G od.

Lirlr],ooii .arl,/, July 1I.
C-oloII.-PThe attention of the dealers during the,
]:,st wek, Ila., l en directed alh ost exclusively to
American Cotton, and thle huiness done was un-
I'"cedenlly great, exeeding 19000 bat;s, of these
WOO Bowed,(, 20t00 )Orleans and Alabamas, and 500
^ita Islands, \wre taken by speculator'li at an ad-
vawce of .1d. on ilowAdo, and A on Orlhans. Totl[
*>ill,>: 1:2,2 l Uoweds, at (i. to 9i : 1199 .1\ua l.b'!;r

lemons, coffee, stfgar, hides, &c. to John I. Mum- Sessions, on Saturday, under the following ci rcm- the signature of1 Erntus,'t I attempted to show the I FrT :Jc COrlsmi Ci, OaMef. receivedd a severe contusion near tlier gro n, T,y a L:F!j orin1, 7oodury, :T;),11 ;'-,%.1 n '.--17N .
ford. J Lly 25,30 miles N. of Matanza, spoke brig stances:-I the month of June he called at the unrcasonablenes o.aupeorting a southern candi- PRGE F OTcEc AtTS or, large piece oAf d nNthe eech olP th catilew1o dad, -i tl.-ngeriti as.-r n 1", .:.
,origtn C~kt 2 av lo NwYok o / ,. c merchant tailors' store of Messrs..Lockwood & ,date for the Pres nv le~be:iseheas., "iya'st ..ea .s p.eld sfruchm acosid~rbesenvaion, tnwhIcbta es lig ~p',s ~aA,4dy iomC at_
'New-Orleans. 28 miles W. of the Doubleheaded 1... F-" i ll s ~ mfore ign chime, ahiun~t ali the comfortsIIl-t osdrbelvaintowcht -, 1
1^^ e^ S^ 1 ttrowto,.eofeear.hap.ooostatePt.at stowl.,,ehe^.Ji
Shot Keys k bpoke brig -Na.fsau, from Boston for Blackney in Peck-slip, said his nam e was Jam es : I then state that tw as not m y intention to enter I f I, .Ir en1es lav dor nm nt,- a d w e were e- thrown- b nt w e are happy to state, hat stron w-hh otton, rec ri.;;-"baedi',- t ),V.! "
M atanzas. Aug. 5, 15 miles E. N. E. from Cape Davis, and ordered -a coat and pantaloons of black into a lul.-di.-cussion, (and indeed tile subject did y en unconie;otsof our power and resources. It hopes are entertained, that, in tlui last ientbehed ..;ms, S. All'y, ].. .* ji "Yo.cr, 3:, Le..;*,
Hatteras, spoke ship Empress, from NYork fixor broadcloth t ad nd set o b at %is lode- t reinre one) bt i piv as an old republic. .. -rtle;" eS o d mn e re bruz ht_ e,: 'e lstcv t ; : ^ ; "' !. l u c
Charleston. "" a~tr-., I elt be devoi ,!T r, last .
Schir. tartan, M 'onta-ue, of Hlartford, 6 days J sNo. 17 6 ,'ater-slreet, which h,, promised to aud, a. peakmn:; the sentiments of a large portion s e a to o w : n h n- and eonlveyed on a liter ilo, th M marine [ o1p1.. .h a ,.t R .,,;,' T ,;. ,a < firo .ii- Oc c......
from Charleston, -with coton, rice and in,-, tt J1. pay o.r on delivcrv and presentatiioi oflle bil!.- ,I ;e party, to e .ri;.res n assent to o the justice of, strilelon et A .:lhc i ie nlements, and etier hc estcape of le l^'e"?": -, ':as inc^ prove- stav n, at! ah~ nih-, to i .. r.
& 1 W illiam s, S Ju d son, and oth ers, of r 't- ; T m pri ce w .t$ ahd t he clothes aud bll w ere : h ie ar T n ents y ou had aivrn ed and to avow n y .:. ar I rro d; ,l=on-. lof h'1 !3 01 ls country e iat, -. .n...y o.t .ldil ladies and
ford. Passengers, Captain Coddingfon, late oftile 1 Of ;, l CU.I.IU -t Z- Cdi I l,.e since th a g ro.at T, dcr .. .. .. .as ol... dl. O i... e I n) were slF ndintg within n la w e et e he e tof, th-N. N. wtl wheaL, to Trnd"...}! c. Tl,,.
U. S.schooner".-Vanhattan, foundered at sea, 1) W.1 sent according wtloder by boy The prnsener approval el ,onr con..c.a-c ditr, Gr l have" sme t ,tan a ,,t ;,/.,Maht x and ,I~ .use.-ih Ontil(~ 'hni usadntihtnig.epee lw;,cr' ral-.. ;d., ,...r.
..ta o n e e a e 1. A.. s-e l.lp r o '_, r t s, w a s i n d e e d s l o w a n d u s n t i l t h e I V w h e n1 1 i t I b u r s t ; a l l d n ot w i t h s t a nl d i n g t h m pec es1 )w; Fh r oT r t a r I t ];- c, l ; d s f o m : r i ~
H all and lady, aad Captain Snydvr. Loft, sship met the boV at the door, and l-o]UCstedhin to wait l seen an all ricle in tle -NaLional Advocae, by a sin- j o w i -! I f n every direction, nor, one was hnurcd. Thegun with wine cu-l:woe, ;..id ,,. :;: i-, to .. ",y;!.
~oo agae ~b~U-dIRaoit'1 l ae el liti5 fro, the shore. t evllyera A. !hed For .I-l
Franklin, M onroe, for New-York samc dav ; brig' nntil lie went up stairs to fit the qlthes, w hen he giihr abuse of ]anguage, subscribed l Reason, in es a national character, but dcccloped the resour- was oin ed Irom the shore. I lalengcr, A. fara. -ail: i h11 iL. iia c,,,;i:i7
Empress, Banks, do. On Thorsday. onl Cape w Wo d bring the nioney. Not comning- down for a whi Hatteras, spoke ship Empress, 12 days from New- t, f. ; ... p-otplc, ave aon i uli e -to .uiu- and, industry, Chisoln's (adjoning Lothrop's) wharit but did no. patrick. Lc ft, ip 1 aekc-t, t6ar-wvcd, ziK. ; lr.'
Io,-w _ithout tak e. ,:',.iv y notice of s .tli 'i o ou <" -" :'"i m t r ali ju y lG ne alt rk try,.d ; atw el ,; .:
York for Charleston. v J\ lol tittne, su.spicion was excited, and on exanuina- 1i o g.i a t d piot .a'e Pa a G e years ic do 1 in, ,
York or C arleson. s whcli I d~led il a rc W~l's ilulictithe i'stote il- t_ 1oial njil ( I elleorI tarkOauatcjl do ;s1vIOT(t
Schr. General Brewer, Hill, of Boston, 6 days t ion it was found that the prisoner had left the ile the picue, ci.es yuhb e ose or two sentence s w ly ^ h eo butl clega es and luxuries A -. 6.--N -e are happy to state that the Men J sail in 5,ays ; John -Viar.h. il, i_;riin : ,. 3;
from Charleston, with rioc, cotton, moss, &c. to the e houme by the back door and decamped, leaving in 'he disUort s, a ns l endeavours to render ridic ulous, ot.loif wounded are likely to do well- tile surgeon con- i olla, oop er, not unl nhadc. ; H y -iie-! L .,ht-
aster, S. Alley, and P, G. Areularius & Co.-- ,^ opened and One or two o a 1m done with hill), and The friend of his Country, vieving" Hie rapid ceiving them to be out ot fdanger.--.CourTr. n man, in quarantine ; Cyno, b!l, do. ; an;, r.
Passengers, Mrs. De Jangh, Mrs. Bell, bers. New- T hee chamber has trunko tile was opened and On e two w r d, an, 1 do e w suithl, and p er iem f all sIaeTies of T en Scisters, W oud),erry, I! l. I aI.. .T',
---l istersoc i ..A.Lyon, G dl bcery. T co. j p1 letiePaAtn:do; .
Ial_ 1rs_ 1arrso- ncild ..sr.IA.-yo I I udto- mty h eaa1 ero h .1ra1e ew p r1 ..vrtngv... IailedITther ,, Q... -,-_M .. ,, trsi~~c adh~ e!ei.tntdSae~lal ~~ute ef 3atk-de I%~. I; _E E B RG,.... .... ........ n u]8 --h::.. or, .. rp,- rl t Ar 1111.. l;d: t t,,bt...did o.^ to,:_nu11t.-1

B. Locke, L. Freeman, and C. Whittemore. On tion being no longer doubtflul, Messrs. L. & B.. on
Thursday last off Cape Hatteras, "aw ship Saluda, 0h oy u, caused a notic of tle facts to be
from New-York for Charleston. I t 3 c t c t b j
Schr. Belvidere, Slaght, 4 days from Petersburg-, pblished in this papec, in consequence of which
with flour, cotton and tobacco, to J. & C. Seguinc, the prisoner was soon after arrested at Philadcl-
owners, J. Hamilton, Kelly & Mollan, Gallagher pina, and brought to this city for trial.
& Mason, Robertsoni & DiCkSOD, and C. Beer's.- ^ dtleoy
Twelve passengers. On the Gth, passed in James T thots an t onl
River, schr. Juliet, for Richmond. question made by -Messrs. Ml'Ewen and Scott, his
Schr. Valiant, Dough, 5 days from Edenton. counsel, was, whether they amounted in law to a
Schr. Daphne, Sample, 5 days from Edenton. Felony. Tey cited the case of Rex vs. ]arvey,
Schr. Bold Commander, Somers, 5 days from p
Edenton, with naval stores, to A. If. VantBokkelen. 1 IfEast, C. L. 669, and Park's casE, 11 Lcaclh 03,
Sailed il co. schr. Phenix, for Jamaica; schr. Bold and contended that the transaction was ol a eliarac-
Commander, Bogart, for Charleston. On Thurs- ter not incompatible wvith th innocence of' the aa-
day, offCape Ilatteras, spoke sloop Haxall, 16 days'eased; that n^ o declaration was made to him by
fr'om Richmond fro" Charleston. ,, ,, *,, ,
tlhe boy (and such was the prooC) that the payment.
MARID was to precede the delivery ; and that it was there-
On Sunday evening, by the Rev. II. Cumming fore to be classed only among that number of cases
Stephen Tison, Esq. to the amiable Miss Hannah of breach of contract in which the individual has
Scanidlin, both of this city. made an -undertaking which it was not in his power
to perform.
DIED, Mr A'. Maxwell, District Attorney, observed that
This morning, Mr. Robert Fox, aged 61 years.,this-was a case of.greater tur'pitude Cthanthe ass
=inl'l-:i{ny'f It i,'S, 'of felonies that ordinarily come before the Court.
It was not committed by a poor, ignorant and ema-
TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1823. ciated wretch, hurried on by starvation and dis-
tress, but it was the act of a person who assumed
U. S.Buk Stock tis r-no-o-104. the character, as lie certainly possessed the appear-
ance, of a gentleman-a man of intelligence, and
It is a source of satisfaction to us now that it adeswsschsntualtop a-
whose add,1ess was such as naturally to put nian-
has become pretty evident that there is to be no i nd off their guard.. Neither was it ihe phrenvied
general warmin Europe, to have from the begin- act of the moment-but was perpetrated with cool

Ats Lt o Ltha part in w. Viicil u010.Ofiti le CLtnOl-6 ui Lnt h lei thole contenmplattes, ti:'t atL no distant period, j-elO ia~ a. a son More Propitiop s thnS thI se i 45, a'5t. ,l;), spok.e s hip ..p l ii I.- t- a urnija ,j
American i-simrplicated, I shall leave it to him to w-c shall be entir ly intdependenit of all the nations present, fallen to ile lot of thie falrer. Favoured days from Liverpool for Nc01-Otiin'. 5LIZ, Ilat.
answer or not, as he may think fit. I will only upon Earth; tiht our v'ast extent of country, after- with a tCeIperature, unnCOaonly mild and nInlbrni 29, :~55, tong. 69, J3, spoke- brr. Uoith Caror.la,
ding such a diversity Of eeimate, ald.,- .such for this region, a quick and vigorous start was Job]son, 5 ys ti'om St. Croix io," Nv.-'-..rk-
say that /e has the conlidence of the democratic a variety to lhe einlloy nent of genius and given to the Crop of Corn, w-hile since the first was robecd on the 2d inst. in I a Ly
party, eCrlauilly, to a In uch greater extent than indultrV--our distance f-om the conflicting 'i- planting a continual succession of genial showers, a Ciratiealbcig of 24 guis, ,,f 1 o-t ,I._'- ac, o c.
r. Noah. terests u Kin"-'s and Potcntates, must inevitably have contributed to its rapid growth and early Schr. Win. & Alary, Parnsh, 1,, dayJTr.-..t Frid-
I said that Mhr. Adains was opposed in the south l ad netoth ale of nation al h p ss and perfection.-n- tell, erick sburg, wvith w hat, it) u n T m i,le & Co.
prospe,'ity."-- hr 'vennle, Waterman, -1 days flora \', ash.
only because he- was a northern man; and tlhat These reflects os were naturally excited, upon DARIEN, July24.-T-le weather, for several ington, V. C.
Mr. Crawlbrd wai supported thecr only because seeing and Iearin -'- tlhe splendid and delignhlful Or- days past, hlll been unpleasant and stormy, accom- Schr. Release, Harrison, Ocracoek, 5 days.
he was from the south. Now it is evident from ga recently erected in dihe Lutheran Church in panicd by u great fall of rain, which forebodes Schr. 'ilgrint, 51owman, \\ isFCt-st, 11 days.
this city, atrd built byThbomas Hall, in New-York. sickliness if followed by a dry spell. WVe are Schr. Enterprise, l-ac!;ei,, 5 days from Eden-
the nature of these I rgimcnts that they are very 'Fil reputation of this builder had reached sorry to state, that the bluff has been much cut ton, NC. with wvheat, to Tredwe; l k- 'borne,
unlikely to be urged a public prints. By support- Charleston, long before any specimen of his work through by the water, endangering several stores Schr. Erie, Buckley, Fairfield, (COln.) 2 days,
ing hMr. Crawfbrd on these grounds in the south, was expected to be seen here ; and certainly the on the wharves. Sclr. Carpenter's Son; Caliu,. 5 days Iron E-
is su s b. a if ot *r instrumlent in question, !a3 plaicCd his skilll and Joseph Lawrence, a free man of colour, was, oii denton, N. C. with wheat, to IroedtveIl & horn.
his nccss would be greatly hazarded, il not ren- ^ tasteasVOrgan builder beyond all doubt. the 2G, h June, 1.22, apprehended for inveigling an Schr. True American, Snilh. 3, days from .Mtn-
dered impossible in thee North. While here, we A lbriefdelscription of this superior piece of y-otk slave, owned lby Col. Jamles Dunwoody. lie was second tkiver, (iVr.) v.ith water nrlaons, pea'hles,
would naturally be ashamed to show so omtuch cannot be otherwise than acceptable, at least, to convicted before the Ju..:ticcs of the I. ferior Court. &e. to the master.
weakness to our southern neighbours, as from fear those acquainted with the subject. It is 17 feet G of '"'lnlogh county, and sentenced under an act of Schr. Fanny, Davist 13 days froim tDenitcon, N,
of offending te;n, not. toSupport, our own andi-In hgh,12eetinchesi nd fet I n the legislature to 12 noilihs imprisonment at. hard C. wih wheat, to it redv.cll L Thorn.
ohes deep. and eousisis of wlias may be termed 3 tabour in tie penitentiary, and at the expiration Schlr. actohls, Kelby, o0'{Bn ks.or., 1.7, dca s'l, .n
date. 'IReason,' therefore, felt probably pretty Orgaus, viz. at Great Or,-anI a C'iio";O;',rr;? and of that time, to be sold as a shaic during bIs natu- Aqnin, St.PD,....... with Co.ic', logwo7d, &c. to
safe when lie said that no public print had sup- SWd/, and a Pedal Organ. In the, lirst'of these ral life. tiis tert of service having expired, lhe ,ycrs, h'emer inrdctt, Vv. Agncw, T. -.
Pr1ted Mr. Crawford on these grounds b .ut, I"u contained 9 stops, viz. aslop Diapai-ion l, 011 was advertised to be sold o tle 11tb inst. wheu Wood, ad J. A. Dulion.
pd Diapason, t Principal, a 'Pwelfth, aVFifteenit, hI was pardoned by the executive, and furnished Seir. Mark-Time, 'i'ravis, 3 tiavs front Nauie-
stUange as it may appear, Mr. Crawiord has, in the p "per;e, a Sesquiatra of 3 rank-, a Cornet of 5 with a passport to Savannah, where he is to enr- moend 'River, (Vir.) w.th ICter melon,, !caches,
soutlicrn states been supported inl hi. ,'. rauks, ad a T'rumpet. The ChOoir Org',n and brace the first upportullty that olfers to return to L-c. to thfi master.
solely because he was the southern candidate. Swell contain 6 stops, viz. a stop Diapason Flute, -ew- ork. SChr. Voiunleer, Travis, 3 days from N.,nsel:od

(octave of' 4 i (et i;))il-eiano, (octave of 8 feet ; lieRiver, (Vir.) with wa A"r ielluns, peaches, u&c to
Reason' had better have said nolng about (ol ctavof 41ot;) Corntof4 ranks, and a OBILE, July 17.-_real//7 o q obile.--Tle the master.
Crawtbrd's talents. It is evidently a sore point. Hautboy. summer so far, has been remarkably healthy. We chlir. John, Fox, 2 days from Philadelephia, v. ilh
His inure politic friends never inl.roduce the topic. The Pedal Organ contains 2 stops, 1 Sub-13ass have been blessed with repcated bhiowers of rain, drygood- c--- &e. to S. [laldviu, 1:lh.us, ,Iuol &
As to what I Reason' savs of my grainimar I 16 feet, and an octave or open Diapason. TfhE accoinpamed with thunder and lighting, which Co. J, ...... 11 II.. Dixon, Eso. V. C,.Ia. A. Ran-
I 0M anuals run from g ," to f. alt : The Pedals rean has prevented the walter in ith lowu places and kin, 13. Chatse, and flier. ;! paqseso,;ers.
shial :'ot condcseend to make any other defence of from o c to g. one octave and a fifth. marshes in tie city and vicinity, from becoming Sloop Flag, S31dmo'e, 31 hours h'oi Norfolk,
it than to tell him, what he himself probably per- The Diapasons in the Great Organ forming the itlanant, wi 11 Laslhes, cofccit cilkc.U t, Lo J.I. L.- Iwery, Wu
ceived, thatIavo.ding,' was only a misprint for basis of tlhe tones of the instrument, aeivc a solidity D ,,,, '..ipast week, but one death has occur- Cambell, Clapp ,- Ehwtnger, kennedl L& Aiait-.
Sai'owing.' lie stumbles at a striw whicht, )eiug" enriched by the ". .... of flhe rod, I 1 was occasioned by a lall. lau d, (j passengers.
other stops, and the majesty of the Trumpet, yields Co,-on.-This article is in brisk demand this Iloop ^r.Ant, Snow, Roeliester,4 days.
'Leason' is very shrewd in guessing names.- o effct a ee wu d rand, exhihSates tle week, ad sells genL\'llv at 10:', to 12 cents, but S "Poe R '1'i, Wheelcr, Los on, 6 days.
BG his suspicions' what thiey may, we assure himl soul, alld creates the nmost rapturous effect in the choice parcels would command 13.--ieistler. Slo.1 P Pro, idence, Brown, P1ro;-ideace, ours.
that we knol 1 who he i-., aud we advise hill for hearers. From this awful grandeur, the delirale -- Sleep Fame, Be, Ndewport,3days.
reasons which lie will inderstald, and we are in- Delt'ia'm) breaks at a distance, swells upon thle car, ALBANTY, Aun'. 11.-A. coroner's inquest was Shloop Eli'za Nicoll, Perry, 2 days f,.n- N. ed-
and hea\'e. (]ll d Mind al1ow ct uncortclous from take n itatiuiday morning, by B. C. Allen, Esq. ford, with oil and candles, bound to "hilacdephia.
lined to think follow, to keeI p silent. wvhleire the delightful tones issue. This step rr. one of t.ha c orooei; 'o th,s city and county, oil the Left, Ship t r"rora- Dtn}-.a', o45 days frulC Gottet,.
BRUTUS. sembles a delicate violin accompaniel by a violin- body of a per-on unknown, who was lto-d near burg, and brig" Franklin, Delai, fromu(n do.
cello. T'']e To7./te Stop is no les, exquisite, from the(t',1u1h ierr'y, 1; tween a parcel of" timber.- Sloop Adelia, 'Thorp, days fromn Alexandria,
COMM3tUr-,IC..TION. its Iose resemblance to the instrLnent from i >\'hen found, he was alivw, and with the assistance witlt cotton and hide-;to 0, 13eers, J. 2',., Lowry- 3-
It is, perhaps, not generally kiowvn thata Circuit .-lhcace its nanic is derived; and when played upon ol'fsine personh, he stood Lpt.it hts feet fo-r about a Co. nd. 1. ailey.-.
Conrt is to bche ldb"ttl"rte city autlcountly of New- witlh skill, anatd in the flutee style, we reeCive all minute, and thCn tottered and sunk-downn: w, he, Sloops Parag 'onl, loc, and Aetress, flieningtvay,
York on the timrd MondyIli Of September. In V the plcasuiret derived from hearing a master up)on told he would be taken to the alms 1ouse, 1he ap- 1 d:.y I'om N.!laven.
that delightful instrument. The liautboy is con- pepred gratiied, Out was speechless. On his way At Darien, July 31, sloop Linnieit, Teshew Ne'.w-
list of the circuits published some weeks since, this spicuous amidst this group of exquisite soUnds, to the ahl s hou.,e, in a carria.,e, he expired. The York, 40 ds.
was omitted ; hence it has been supposed that giving, when called upon, a richness and brilliancy Jury foind tltat lie cause to Ins death Lby thevist-
there was to be none between the circuit held in to tle' whole, flrnming a delightful variety, and it lutof ofl God. l'Thirp were no papers or m or .y [iln(oMT oueR coi'il F:30-DmEIVXT3.]
e at, n 1 o1 aoind fr N eM afording a pleasing contra-t to the solciiin aid of any descriptioii found albolt him.--lic was-. a [ P the -loop I |
June last, and llhc one appointed f01r November. ali.-Cil tone *L til .-oo I', -, f I,,, e J- C, a e 10 n.
1all'etin,, tones just described, man oflsmall stature, hiad oi a black coal, w:lute Qi7t'c pfthe ]Beacon.
11Che pi'rdas are not attached to mny other Org'an trousers, and cotton shirt; sandy coloured hair NORFOLK, Alg.. 9.-Arri c d, ehr. Madiics
From the Baltinore ..!imerical. inthis State, and consist of 2'0 keys, which arc and skin, and to p,q)carance, between forty-live Bilhlij N York, 7 dav,.
MR. C11AWFORD IN 18'11. played with thl, ibet, and carry the has, 7 noles atad fifty years of age. There was not the least 'chr. Astreu, AyclelotNYork, 12 days, bound
The friends of Mr. Crawford are very anxious beoiw the Orga of St. Michliael's Church. Tle mark of a bruise o. him.-l.Adr." to Alexandria-put in on account ol' head winds.
tfie people should believe hleis better entitled to the cffet prod ue,1d by the combination of llthese deep The ship 2'.;ary, ConklIng,. of (N York.) r-' ori-
support of the Democratic party than either of Ils and hollow tones, wilh the higher cOnes of tlhe .OUISVILLE, (Ky.) July 2G6.-It.is a curious ed Vesterday below from N Orleans in dislress,
competitors-to establish which nnany round asser- Manual, is awful, and yields a sublimity to the, fact, that lhe friends ot all the candidates for the }as Colle uP t0 fie quarantline g'roUnd ; she was
Lions have been made, wholy unsupported by facts; whole which cannot be described. They appear pre idency, exeeptiug" those of Mr. Crawford. ap- bound to Bordean.-x, ;tud put in a leaky colvi.ticln,
and I could easily in return make stronigassertions to be essential to the majesty of the Org>',i in pear to be hostile to tlhe canus system. All seem and crew sick--has lost two of her crew en the
to rebut thum, but I prefer, (Ilil-vingi l t"will l 1 I... "1al its pmwe"r, by al-lin fl a the part that a t o will i tu ttrust their auseN % with the pcopl.', passage.
more acceptable to tile pctple,) to back Ily Illcg- ia-:s does in au ltrchestri.. except the. Secretary of the Treasury. It is not 1o '- of he Patriot and D. Jd'crfris-r.
tions with proofs in suLpPerL of them. I have ( eun /''L Thdescrilption here given of this triumphant the people, however, that Mr. Crawford looks for BOSTON. Aulg 9.-Arrived, brig" \l'l. Penn,
a constant observer of the movements of 11tliai:l spcitnrn of tlie Aerica'u arts, 'annotgivl an ade- elevation-with them he is d servedly unpopular, Beek, from TobuIsco, last fi'onm the Balize, logwood.
.1. Craulbrd for more than twiehlre r,,rs, and 1 have qiPate idea of lhin: n,,1,1 iiishruincet. It nmst be and it is therefore manalifost that his only hope of Ship Riobinson, Patter, was ashore on the Bull of
not ltel discovered one single act which, i) my' judg- heard ; and ih lie whu hears liath music in 11"is; sliccSs, rests ('n the it{/h.'.ece and at'uril/,j of a thee 1z r. 2C(L ult was spoken by the U.S. br;g
men0t, is worthy of imitatiun, or entitles hiiil t the L soul," lie will indleed ejuy a rich menial rcpaslrp congressional caucus. I, it not the duly oofifte peo- Spark, cruizing off tthe T,- r'i-:v--all well.
confidence and support (i tllc Dcitilorahie por/.-- Itis satislactory to know, tha A.MI Ila Il has built Pp!e to utito in lavou It is knovwrn to most of the old Democralc el-f&i)ati Ii- a ntLnmber of f'ie ocgan(,r s for variouss ehurehes in : thereby Ldeliat al laouitiouts individual, who would brigs Hlelen, Shipley, Hlavana and Europe ; Nary
cans, that the old Blanlk ofl the United States w as in l lfe Union, particlarly oie in the QC.thedral ofa \foisjlhansell'int the presidency against their will? Ano, Moore, lavayna; Kanlhawa, Lee, Trinidad,
possession and enltrcljqniiuaigcd by tlic Federal par- Baltiuore, consist ing oel 37 stops, c-19 4 up- I-1b dertc" Rowe, Surina; schr.
19, to the ntter exclusion of all Dc1,7erals, either wards of 4000 pipe, which cost '3 G000 ; that in thle ing'ton. Decker, lHavana.
in the mother Bank or any of its branches. This Lutherau Chu'eh consists of 17 stops, contains I tIAR1LISBU33 G, August 8.--,1oqecidls.-Onl August 10.-Arrived, schrs. Lawrence, Bourne,
excited, as it oughtto have done, the ..:-,,_ oftlie 1176 pipes, and cost .,,.,,,. The reputation of TuLlesdaV .1'. ,John Bowert, of aliitx township,N orfolk, 4cl days ;, Zcmbucca, tigg'is, atxlgdalene
whole Democratic party ; and a determined spirit Mr.I Hall is increasing. Ile i, now, 1 believe, lost his lilb, by running a horse, which somehow Island, 16 days.
Prevailed fron Aaine to New-O'-leans, to put it without any importantl competitor. It must bo or other ran so close to a tree, winch leaned a Qfiee of lhe AE E. Gm:-ette.
down when the charter expired, atnd which, was the wish of every true Anterican, that this g-ctle- little, that file rider's head and shoulders hit it NEW-BEDFORD, A,,g'ust C.-Arrived, ship
done by the firmness and long-tried worth of the male's fortune should increase with his falue. with such a force as to deprive hihn of life iminc- Charles, Coflin, from the acilic Ocean, and last
late venerable George Clinton, who gave the cast- ORPHEUS. (iLatcly. Ie ii-as about 40, and left a wife and a from Valparaiso, with 1900 bbls. oil. Left Val-
iei- vote. Let it be recollected and never forgot- large fatialy of children. On ilMonday last, we paraiso 29th of April, in co. with brig Emerald,
Iten, thatfWin. H.Cravford, then in tle senate from From the Comieciieat M1irror. understand a man by the name of -igrist was Frip,, of Faib'aEvn, hotid down the coast.-
t v" b~aeof Georgia, voted .with the Federal party p we S b tig1 t i 1 *' i drowned in a nilldianm i Lebanon county. lie April2, sship Francis, of this port, had 16G0 bbls.
in iavour of rcchartcring the Bank, which had .. .. o* a e l s oa g; 1 < got i e a oil ; 1601, Florida, do. 1800'; -May 3d, hidepen-
)en used ats an engine of oppresion lagaist the the credulity of our readers hy publishing thi lol- ,, in carrying tle seie, and being unable to dencedo. 1870. The Jul!us Ciesar, of N. York,
ji-cu-tti'tiac par/y and a considerable part of the fa"l len"illtpct r l g ;o of a mass o ice, said to have swin aa drowned beibre reliefCoUld'-br- afforded. left Valparaiso 26th of April, to cruise, with .->00
.tou'. o, w !inci belonged to olrilislh subjects. I1re- ., se.eral In e T, Lanllastefr, l o Satuidat last, a Shower of rain bbls; Trident, of do. 23th, fr do. !950, do. Speke,
u.-.i yo5 to pub-ish the ...il extract of a "ir hail sto.m two or tre weeks since, -delugedteStreets, that in attempting to save Aug. 3, lat. 38, 20, long. 7, chr. Pearl, 3 days
ln\Itructof a T, he fiet ivat related toIshby s71,'sel'.Par,3-ly
.1^af.ch hp- Made Oilnh is Occasion, wsic. was deli- In "'ws rl t s b a sone stufftha.was floating away, a young nian from rIlHartford, lor linan); saame day, ship Puci-
,'c'vIewitl h greal dealonh i oeassio nd bitterness, pe- ity ga emtlnan of'the llilstrespectabiliy in that town,, was drowed1; alld his body was washed down a lic, 30 hours fl'on thle )Delaware, for Canton.-
co,iar to tlhe arn, bcLeltp suited l(. a r cunit), court nw" slw T1 measured 1(" hlulsc11; alu1' thoug' snall run half a mile from the place.--/e.-fel!. Aug. 4, lat. 39, long. 7.4, 30, schr. Packet, 2
c imar to the grave SLeator. It is worthnyoupar- More novel, we consider it by no ncans so unac- days from N.York, for iHavana. Came csener
carremar, thalgrthe in evorv instance where an countble as nun)" other heumnerm o" uature. BUFFALO, Aug. r,.-CGol Deli cery.-On Fri- in t-e Charles, Col. C. P. O'Madden, late of t'he
tteuh"renark, l. toiuhatnal evryinsacipes istoebe had, .'tttwthout speculating on thesutgcct, we present da ni.'t las, Gilbert Smith, \Willard Law and Chilliservice. Considerable pr'ogress^ was taaking"
Jhnpor'ttam. toipolitical prin*icples is to be had, <.,m at G lc-
Lre., frd itsto\ be iluiur1 r'tih. l.efeeralistsi- witness it as rcleived. Charles Lyon, who were confined in our gaol, on it :.. 1.,, .1; ..: honces which were ra -d t I;1e
is codu in t ri of terror"-in ce is said to hav been that of a ceargc of' having pas contest moeye. laocap- late earthquake at Valaraiso. II,, 11C i',,.i-
mr. jciFond i's e iagnu rr and e te old U. S. a, itsupposndh)eaefopactody hail-ston, as lmly united as ice d, t s supposed !by means o0ia'lse keys, and I]-Lve deut at Valparaiso, who succeeds O"lig in-: is no,
maid vlelh 1Is lron0 easl -iaun titse country as it"1ansally is. nAt been retaken. A reward of' ..60 is of'fered very much esteemed by his subjects.
adwth'elX[ICratIC:c rcmedlicaii, w.,u tIn real, lie is a Extrees, eetlon', by the L r eril for their apprheliion, or CO for
nullhing i~iorcn11{)1 lc bs llhan /edc,'/ /tiis/ t; fis. g se,"' w either oftlihei .--]'It. PtIi L AD ET P HII A, A ugust 11.- I'w ,ri;.
without talents to recc Lomm nd hiin lor any tl'ingn Afer. 2 lhi ,. m Alabama, Hall, 12 days froill St. '" ':..a.,, I .;.'i
Alter i.,,.'.,. the rough parts of the body, ..... rs..... ;.. .i., ", ,
A D*,;, M~tiitiT o~t" y;. ther renue a soi bloek, V 2 J{- TOV E JIi"BrJ' to Miarseilles ; brig >^ohluih, ;; fin ,,,r, f;'orn --t.
~, io (% f`3 there remained at solid block, IMAili 11. Rj~ I N Eloi- 1 1-r" VSir 11,,, Thomas -. .
Extract from a speech delivered by ,'inn. It. Crawc- 2 fleet 3 inches Iou',- bri g Ge or !I n a ; so*' !'n me,
./lrd, in the Uenate of the Uuited Slate,, in Feb- I Wide, 1, t0ORT1 OF NEW -YORK., AUG 'ST lS. t 1Q. Hawley, from Ah )ade, Echr. Laura, 5alltc,
ruary, lI In support ofelito bill lor recharter 1 3 thick. f, "hO llIla a

ning, when the spirit of speculation was high, and -
Nvhncle~l-itonsv~rin-xliiawlieiiotiii,-L a Md deliberate design. The manner in iviite5 ho
when calculations were making which nothing but ^ ^^^wiighssde u ertd,
kept the boy in waiting--his sudden auld sees'eAd -
a general explosion in Europe could have success- parture to PhiIadelphia-;hi3 Llse declaration (l:;re
fully borne out, adopted and expressed the op1- when apprehended that le had paid the )oy lh r :;tc
union. that the commercial relations and activity of lhan hishnvin-left an empty tru
clohe, ad is avng ef1anemty trn h l b;
this country were not likely to be altered or in)- id., Nre all unequivocal indications of the
proved by the,menaced dilicultics of the old 1g felonious design with which he oiained
world. Foreseeing, what indeed no one who had possession of the property. Air. A. ciLed I.. vol.
observed and understood the condition of Great City-Hall Recorder, 46, and briefly c ommented
Britain, Could have failed to perceive, that the po- on the cases referred to by the counsel for the pri-
"verty and debts of. that country would prevent
her from mingling in the contest, and that however The Recorder, iin hischarg'e to tte jury, (x-

tlg tile oLI iyalkl; of the l nil.ldc States, comnon-
ly called t ,Ie I 'ritu.-h gan .'.
V:at arc the tcircins!anic, ; under which we Caplain Clneanis, from Porlo Rico, hias brought
ar caClold upol to rejet ti bill i'? lTe grcat in- de..patches for government. When we sailed, Jily
fniienit at sItars, induced by no0tives o1avarice, and ll,314,a French l' igate amd gu. I,, v;wre cruising
a!!bitioll, inlcrpose tile %c;gltI of]herr authority; ofl'St. Johns, and most of the .1,0 ... were ashore.
a.ltertpt to put a veto upon your right to pa's srch A vessel titled out to go in quest of a Patrtt pri-
laws a!Sare nlcicssary and proper for the general vatcer which hlad been off' the harbour, hiad re-
S... ; ...._,.,hl :,, ,, .r of instructions, turned witliout tilindig her. A brig belonging to
by depriving nuot only their scuatorV attd represen- M r. Gray, of 'Boston, fromn Laguira, jwas sent into
tatives of tie exercise df a sound and honest dis- ".i.._0.*" [, a out 2,Ith ullt. by a Porto Rico priva-
cretion, but also by intimidating others by the ..,'- -. Ad".
weight of their influence and authority. The
Deuwc ratic Presscs in llthesc greal sales have far PI-AD'ELPIIA, Alglst 11.-The treasurer
niore than twVe2lve months past teemed with the of the Ameriean hlible Society, a -knowledges tile
st seroatit,').", abaIlse against every member of Con- receipt of :2,;i2 6 cents during thee Inoithl of
greys who has dared I iutterIa syllable in lfavour of July lht. The issules front tile depository during
the renewal of the bank charter. The nmmber the samo month, have been Bibles .2>552, New
whlo darcs to ghve his opinion in lfvour of ltlic re- 'Testaments ;397-value l,3200 '27.-Guz.
nelwal of tlie charter, is inl.tan~ly chlarg;ed with be- Our mlluch respected fellow citizen, Commodore
in, bribed by the agents of tile btnlk, with eling ,,,.' ,.l.. has resigned the tile naval comantn d
corrupt, with having trampled upon the rights and here, aold proceeded to the Boston station, to which
liberties of thl people, with haviiig sold the severe- lie has been appointLed. Il is mentioned as proba-
itnly ol'the United States to foreign capitalists, Mc that either Colunmodore Stewart or Captain
\\"Ill ei gl1i y of pe3jury, by halig violat d Shaw will be his succc-sor. Captain Nicholson
hle C'onitiLLution. commands at present. On the last visit (f duly
YVes, sir, the1.-C are Ihle cireIIltnlanecs under which which CoMMooLr ,;,,i. .- .'e made to the Navy-
we ace called upon to rejecl Ihn bill. \\ hen we Yard, on Saturday mornitt"g last, l e was received
r0l11tdat'e th, circmnstances uider which we are with a salute of 1 1 guns, and lhad an aficuhonal
nim'v1 aetiNg, with those which existed at the time leave on the part o; the olitCers of this Stalion and
when tie law p:ta'ed to incorporate the bank, tie naval ,rtificors and mechanit-, of the yard. On
we may vEA;% distrust onr own .jdgl cents. S', thrfilin e dae theya' gave liil a aewelldinner at
I had a]\ways thought that a corporation was an hr Head's hotel, of' which we sliall publish the{
ar.fici.1 body, ex.lting" only in contemplation ol particulars to-morrow.-A.t. :az.
!aw, but it' we can believe Ilie rantllgs of our d:c-
nItcr.;h/' editors in thel e greI sluicsa and the dL CIIklILESTON, August 5.--."clancholg ,Jrci-
Wnunc0itiOns of our public dleainer-, it exists den.- Yesterday afterioon,just as thieship Frank-
i.ller thie forit oi every o6ll a;d liateful beast liu Capt Munro, had cast oil' 61un1 Lothrop's walari,
and hird, and crc"piog til nig. It is an lhydra, it is with her decks lilied with passengers, ald tth,- whanr
a e'crlc -, it > t. <' '.rg I,, it ia a vulture, it is a t 'ironged with their friends and actluainlancec,, whlo
\lper. ';s, sill. tleir en"aginlaion:; it, not only had assembled to take Lheir leave of tlem, tlhe osua
,ssunmes every indeous and frightful formia, but it signaI-gun being-liredt, tle piece bttrst, and tile fratt-
,'ossesses every poieuius deleerious; and destruc- eiatislHew in lall directionis. 'The Cook, iianied
Ive. quality. Shatll we, sor, suffil'..r eu:i. .,1j'ina- f,'red'ri,.-k John-on, an l gyptian by birth, \va-
OIS to lie alanC'.,"Md0 al 1' o11r" pIldglets to be In- strtlck by oneel'tlhei, and dreadt'ully "'oundrXd in
:1cInced by aLIch, iIis'rable shlij' tile abdonmen ; tHe C,)ok' mnate a black nan, nated
JohIt S. 5Mitch!o!l, waN se';erey wVould,.d in llJil
*; II'is (,, lie ho;ed 1 ic "i,4reW s&,in.fs' ,,f V'rggni]a temple, by aAother of the fragments ; and a young
l'ennsylvu;,,!:'.; :d cycv,-Yerl.h. -,;l 1:1;, due j.lo e geintleman, -Mr. Frederick Dreher, whio was :taiLd-
uf Lhii. ini i thilie midt ofth spoctMi o r-3 npo l lh,;rf;

much it might concern both her interest and her pressed it to be tlte distinct under.tandling of the
honour to take part with Spairi, her embarrassed court, that, f an individual obtains property by the
-and staggering financial system would of necessity adoption of expedients for that pur,ose, he is as
restrain her. We stated at once our convictions, much guily of felony aq ifhe secretly purloined
that she would not be a party to the war ; and that it. Ile referred to tilt- case oEcclesin1. East,
iuless she were, there was no reason to suppose and of Bowen, decided by 5Ir. Cohlen, and report-
that either the commerce or navigation of' tis ed ia the Citv-tall Reeorder ; and :mired in sen-
country would be benefitted. We therefore yen- timent with Hawkins, that it would be a disgrace
tured to suggest to our friends, both mercantile to the character of the law if criiinuls could evade
and agricultural, tlat prices would not probably it by resorting to cunning artifices and expedients.
be raised, here, by any events likely to happen If the jury should be of opinion that there was a
in Europe, and that any speculation founded on concerted design on the part of the prisoner te
the expectation of such a rise would prove falla- 0 pseionoftle propertywithout pavinl forif,
cious. We rtre gratified to think that those, if any it wouldbe their duty to con vit h. Shouldthey
there be, who may have been influenced by the think from the evidence that the guiltyy purpose was
views we presented on this subject, will find them ala after-thought, they were 1,ound to acqiit him.
confirmed by the result. The staples of peace, Thjury, without leaving thir s=ats, rcturneda
of prosperous and uninterrupted industry, such as ry, ct of ui l th.r
Cotton, were advancing at the last accounts ; while
munitions of war, such as saltpetre and provisions, Wc have been requested to invite the attenlion
(for since Frederic's observation I that war was in of the Grand Jury to the investigation of very re-
the bellies of soldiers," provisions may be ranked prehensible practices almost daily recurring" in
among munitions) were falling. And shall We re- Catharine Lane, between Anthony and Leonard
pine ? Shall we, in the possession of every bless- treats. It is stated upon good aulhority, tlhat the
ing, of every privilege, which mau in society ever paving stones and brick bats wercelyiog almost in-
yet enjoyed-with a land at peace, overflowing cessantly on Sunday, in that lane, except during
with abundance, united, 1appy and free-shall we a short period in which they were intercepted
murmur, because the sword of devastation has by a bull-fight. The character of our city re-;
been stayed in other lands ;'and that those, whom quires an examination into the subject, and we,
assembled in armies, it would have been our pro- hope it will not be neglected. ,
fit to have fed, are destined to supply their own A rumour prevailed at St. Louis on the 161h.'
wants by their own labour, and to cultivate, in- til. that another hunting party had been attached
stead of to lay waste the earth ? Far be the impu- near the Crow .,1 -,. by a body of the Black-
tation from us. feet Indians. They ,,.wre pa-siiifg (says the :. c-
..... ... .... count) a Larrow defile in the mountains, wlden a
On Monday of the present week the establish- "
... ... small party attacked them in front and rear, while
meant of the Albany Daily Advertiser passed into. I
t -, of Tr H & R the rest threw down stones from the n ioainiains;
thte hands of Messrs. MARTI I-IuKRTn & R ycK-i / i
the two leaders, .nessrs. :>.ohert Jones and lhmniil
MAN of that City. Mr. Webster who had been ;
I were shot down nirst thie menl uiid u g then] i."...
c o n n e c t e d w ith t h e e s t a b l i s h m e n t fo r u p w a r d s o f w ;do f. .. .. . ..
,, i .left without a comr na.ider, touii to i and ,-vir,-
forty years, took leave of his friends and patrons "
cut to pieces biy the hndianis." 1 he accuracy of"
in an appropriate valedictory, and the gentlemen t e "
.... ", r I the ccountn was doubted at Si. Louis, as ilt de-
by whom that paper will be hereafter conducted, oio .s
n i1 pended on the assertions of a1 '*n;io] lea'!,/! arrh,'ed
have commenced their Editorial labours with the f & H e
., ,,. I'oin Ashiley &t iAnry s ex~ieditiun, in. whioso vera-
following address to the public :-
In addressing the patrons of the Albany Gazette city no grea.contidee was placed.
and Daily Advertiser, for the first time, the. editors A severe thunder stormn wv. experienced at
feel themEelves under peculiar embarassments.,
Independent of the general responsibility attendant Fredozina Gha uta"uque countyy) Oil011n ay i"Aht
on the conductors of newspapers, there are other the 3d inst. "It commenced, says the edIttor ofthe
reasons which tend to make our situation perpl ix- Censor, about the noon of night," and for nearly
ing. This paper is one of the oldest and most re- two hours the whole welkin a,),ared to be litL up
:pectable in tlhe state : it has always Leen con- L-
ducted with ability and independEcce; and lias, by almost unceasing flashes of tile most vivid
from its acknowledged candor, and from its locality lighting, accompanied by occasional gusts ofwind,'
been, in la extraordinary degree, looked to as a torrents of rain, and peaLs of thunder. At nearly I
grand medium of correct intl!,gencee, by persons
*' ,-i rn i l two o'clock, it se m das it tile whole violence of'l
31n all parts o'ttie state. To undertake the manage- I
mentof such a paper, would be a task of no ordi- thle storm had gathered to a !ocus, when it diL- I
nary import, even to experienced persons ; and to charged itself, with a most tremendous peal, upon I
its, who are but young, 'oe labour will be ex- a small building adjoining this office, aad occupied 1,
tremeiy difficult.
T his paper has been honoured with rtle omnim u- as a mnilhluer's shop." 'rh e hc ti ln d enl er]d.
nications of some of the most able writers in the aad ran down the chimney, demolished the couln-
statc,aud its future respectability will, in a measure ter, threw Leghorns and gipsies into a mass, and t
depend upon a continuation of tlhair favors, wh.cl Set fire to the buihhu Py Yth e 1ertionl of tie
we solicit.
The Gazette and Daily Advertiser will be, go- :oha itants, however, the dec1 ruction of the shllop
verned by the same liberal principles for which it was prevented, aud by their liberalily the nexl,
has. always been distinguished. The nmaintenanc de'ay, the loss of tile Individual si'ferer was, in a
ofthe PEOPLE'S P.lGl;,TS will be its great aim; and
*it is peculiarly gratifying to the editors to re- Uasre, repaired.
flect, that they have assumed i,, ,.iJ- .. ofa public .,.qjoin'llt/il.'--\Ve n cs'laiid h'at Jo>Lt ,2aila-
journal that has been uni'onn ill the muainitenance ;- ii ,1
ofthose rights, as w e l as constant in its eodeavce r' '3",lie'.I tC b ee pltoiitcd lo.t al er in the !ow n
to promote those great internal improvements (f PIerlin, Ri!lissclaer co,ilty, 'i.y, in tie place of
which will stand as a lasling memento ofathe geniuses Ci'arles M. Davis. Esq. resigned.
and enterprize ofthle present age.
Our columns will 1.-, op.ein to a fair and Parker Noycs, i'E'q. of Salisbury, N. 1. lias been
honourable discussion of the great political qi-.... appointed a J udge of t\e SeieJ'ior -'COLtL't of tlalt
Lion.which at present agiate liae people ol the ate, in tile place of hchabod flartlel, lEsq. who
United States. In referring to this question, w,'
shall nut adopt the course Of those editor, whio: declined the app)oinlliient.
ia cainvassing tile quaUj'icat~ion3 u.' tb, dillri;'pit T ii1*
ca-i ,i.'qdite whula coleam i:i end teaouLilrm.t It is stated inll tie,-ochrcster i'ele.,graph, that a
to show the divine rig-ht" ofconmressional ca [- .':iid died at rihloti, (luniroe ot.'U.) a few day',
cusses, to select the person best entitled to til, -inee, ill conscquelnce ol'hle lile o a sadur.
support and W ondonence of f'the1.opleC...........
j ,^ VVe will not niake this ad Itr'e l fraug'ht vilth Mr. Norman Cmrane, of tirockvili,, recently ftoil
. servico.able vows ;" but we assar., the pulhlic, tli. e; Ila H e~l, was drow'nld a .liort tip;" since, ill
every thiui\wt cani do, shall be dmie, to make it,,: 5t, jLawrenLe, b the us'tlle o1f a boat'hi
"rprat nin'reigLo" tu au, and deserving o a port;o"
of their patronage. vas i tow hy U schooner I a..sing ulp that river'.
SWINDLING.-A getLcel, well-drosesd man. TO T11 E E rITS.T; o 1.' Tii i /'i7,1I :tc1AN.
by the name of James Pettit, about 30 years of a., Glr':Sl.r,;-.:',-,Sem iinte shn''o, o.i an articoh:
TV,, convicted, of grand laz'cony at tile C'.urt of a'.!r '-.' l :, t-!.c Edtwo;'s o:"he .'n'irica'i, under

C I I ARLESTON, Aug4'ust 5.-Cleared, schoonisr
Fame, Crane, Cape Florida.
Went to sea ve-tri-dav, ships INWarron, Vr\; b,
Liverp)ool; C('o al, .loo ier, han;IuI rgl: i ',:,.;.,
Sherry, Nor'olk; scli.. ]Paeket l i, Ki;i S!. .lS..o.
August G. ---Cleared, ship Oahtlaa. (Goith]^ 'w",
Cowves and a narkcet ; chouncr NV1II;auu lien.'v,
Houseman, Cape ,Florida; sl0op O'ienl, jake-r
Key \West.
PORTSMOU1TH, Au,'. .-A\rr'ed, hip ieso-
lutioe, Ionina'rd, 52 davys f'iotn LiverL.oel. Spoke,
Juhly 14, hl(..-W :30, Ion. :27 5')0, brig" Auri,'. Krt,in,
t'ront NeN -York, 6wor avre ; .240,I. lat. .*!4 ,'%. loll.
4G, ln' Stand}ald, Leow 30dayvs it'I oln .'r;, :;its;
'2-.th. lal. 4 1 10, eio. ,47 10, bri"- lh!a yo,., I".o i e!l.
1.5 days 1'rom New-l;,,dltrd, for [tauvre. Sli-, Fre-
derick., Leacei. w :'-' Ilft, .lone 1i6. wilh loIS ol'c:.,le
aotd atwcorh otl'1' tlie krlrres. Prassoiigcr. alld
Mr Staliti-j, "\;'. aid Mr1'. hC'lk and .e1 C-:ll'orn.
jrig" Oh'ver. T;J'-1rllon, 1<'I days front St. Pierres,
molasses. Lcllfh July 20, lbrig Matilda, M'Kown,
.New-York. for a maiket.
hrig nll'cor, TrickIev,' Livcrpool, 48 dtys.

Oin the 10th i"ittanlt, M"i. Sarahu Ayres, age"d 24
years, wile of MrI'. Jolhn Avres.

V'FEKLY 11.i0!I I l't. DEATHS.
The city iaspechtorv leorta.' lhc dad;th of 11') persons
lurinig"the %l\ viz/. 23 mein, i otn[ c l. 5' tovys am! i -:; girls Of
I, lOII 40 \l'l) e el or under ltheli' ( ol I vcar. 20 be-
wt l I anl'il 2, 7 111tll ev i J amld 5), .5 !1ielvvll 5 and
It), 1 [beln eell 10 aed :'o, 9 I9 et'ccii *l ; 1( 1 a.m 30, 10 hie-
Ive(ll 30 and 10, 15Int'vten -10 anild 51), 5 I hlhfel' A)(0
:,ii1 (i;), |l Nvlwrea ll ) 60 m d "o0, I beutveci 7c aild ;;W .
P'ild I l %lw ,Cei0 ;:0 ai l 9(11 ll Dieases :--d)sCCe s, ;
;|op~lcexy, :J ; l1n'iled l] scaldried, I ; cancer: ] ; on-
!tually, 2 ; cholera i],ortuii I ; coti;ir,.ptioni, 6I ;
e'al~i i MiilS. CT ; t'raiIJ iu llhe sltoi o cach, I : d(iarrlo, a,
.1 ; dIo;,op 3 ; 3 th |opsv in t!! ciai.st, 2 d (imlti s li IlIe
,i(.;. ,J ; tll (o \l l ie 3 ; d -'" lrl- 1 ; I', l I !!ioi) s,
I ; I( e'v i ilcrtiil Itrii, 2 ; t 11 'rT t% ptLs, 2 ; li il.
l!'iittile 1 7 ; :_.,i io!] il,,i 1, 1 ] ; il initun l im i[ l III(!
lh nw els, J ; i;i],i iinu li in of' III( h\ I, ; i!s c pii iti-
aiWtO, I ; n ;aia llint. ; tnc'ashes, 7; ohtla:1 ,, ', pal-
"i\, ; |> ti['ritiln -ok 2 ; iicu tnoiai l 1 il'i^ I -
rickI K, 1 ; sj>!s. : ls :J I'' 1.1. ; OinI[ Inll I 1 ; 'l !mit)V ii ;; c.ioegl

0. Cll'MiN(G, City InT-nictor.

Ship Debby & Eliza, Aiken, 49 davs from LI-
werpool, with.salt and coals, to J. 1. Howland&
Co. Spoke, July 9, lat. 45, long,-. 33, btrgFrancis,
of W 2i:cassei, 22 days efem ,Matat as ftr France.
Ag. 7, ih llie South CUhanuel of Niotunlk'., spoke
schr. Win. I'nii Itroun BosLon ttr Philadelphia.
Line ship Frulnlkli, lnnro, 86(i ouhrs froml
Charleston, with cotton, &c. to 0. Atauran and
PhelpsF,& Peck, (G. G. & S. Howland, Le Roy,
Blayard & Co. RIeers k, Bannell, S,. Cobi.uan, B.
Wakeman, 1). Nichols & Son, C. T. Shipmaoi, A.
Ladavcze, J. Tcisseire, and Bitchanau, (_'alder &
Co. Passengers, Major Iamilton, hadv,, six chil-
dren and servants, M;lr. uAi Mr,. Lat'ar, child and
servant, -Mrs. Ellis, child and u ervanl .'. is(e-
Patson, FIinanucl and Li]antay, 1ion. Judge L)rUy-
ton, Messrs. Hugh PatLl'00, J. ShlulZ, J. C.
Walker, C. Gilfert, John ilalberstad, C. it.IFaber,
Thomas lillon, WV. HBones, J. It. .otbrop, Robt.
\V\otlt'rspoou, Sanntel Ceolenan, tn'Charhs lcDser,
'T'. Street, J. Pollock, _Master htrcel, and in llthu
steerage. Sailed in co. L'rig Empress, I) inks, for
New-York. Left, r. brig Kltly, fur (Greenock,
ready. 'PiTe tasseners return the.i thanks to
Captain Ul' i nro 1 "l o bib polite and gentleiianly at-
tention dueling t he pathe :g .
'Ilip V\'1llan1 Md6''iiauI.. ] days I'-ron I Now-Or-
canl, with cotton, &'-c. to ,J. Mazgct and others.
i Br. I. ig 1oiltiia, ]Leth.irove, 52 days fromn (ree-
mock, wtth dry go,-ds, pig iron, ll.( to llattrick,
Lee c& 1 CO. MIji'MIu), CAtlder & Co. W. Young,
Potter & {.risecll, of Provilence, Boornian &
JohilistOn, llhtchii-on 'k-, Carrick, A. Bryce, A.
'Thontpson, atd H!. &: I). Sh1asrp. 1Ijpass, ngers.
j uue 2(i, lat. t)0, Ion:,. 16, spoke xrig Abigail, from
Li\ erpoo"Ifon" Hiculoiid--par'.cd co. with liereon
Sunday las.t. Jfune <2,lal.. 40 3;3, long. 21 20, p~as-
sad a F'l'elh llecet of alout 60 sal; ion 7-1, 3 rii-
gates, and the reiaaindcer brigs and scho)oers,
spoke 11hio, ol' and fromn i;ost ... Ib"r St. ., .
1llg. 1 1, hit. 10, -1, 1ong. 71, spo)ke brig .\V ary ,&
[']zai front 'Trinidad, lor ilotoii,
lg ,S(outh ('arolt a, .Johipl',m 173 davs front!
S4t.. Croi h, wi lh rlIll, ga', and lpciC. t,) J. & C.
Se 1', .ine, .L.)e 1 .',o&cl, I.,. Kot'r- & Soil, T.
-kehlht'.l, ']. lig;'ycir'oi, 1). ll;]u'l, \ an Nortwilck
SMill'r,BE. Snilh, C. Eastoll' J. J. .\s(or S Son,
l'a'.":<.Te'o M, C', (L .u-;to.t uud MJr, HI, I'cr'",

S S_-.... ... ___.__.-- :c, f declamation and of censure, as they supposeI gree of popularity in these days of retrenchment, he will forfeit to the suffer W6 pounds ten iil- a I ,
Air.. I-,auic, of whom all newspaper readers will render them most acceptable to the people.J by saving any lady or gentleman one shilling in lings ; and for a. bruise, of sufficient magnitude to WHO LESALE
a li rcolecon e They consequently hold themselves up as the spe-I three, who has occasion to ride by a public con- require the aid of brown paper and vinegar, eleven LL
intaq entertain a, lively recollection, wvas on a re-.ugaevn
ttU~~l e a y ccial and exclusive advocates of economy, and de- veyance from the Royal Exchange to the East end shillings and sixpence ; for a broken head, three 1 ag T5 \ Hu /i i B O
cent occasion feasted by his constituents. At this clare that the people will be ruined by the extrav- of Pall Mall. In short, Economy is the Specula- shillings is the extent of the Speculator's pecuniary ( l
feast, upon Mr. M'Duffie's health being proposed, agance of the government. But almost every tor's object, Mr. Joseph Hume his model, and reimbursement. Should the possessor estimate
hs~tel~ltato~',T e .111 -.....l"STUESDAte pAUGUSTor estimat
he rose and delivered the following speech:- page (,: history teaches us the lesson, that tlose .1Tollere Humo"his motto. that excrescence at a greater value, he must have TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1893.
who ambitiously aspire to power, without any I To the bilious and thle gouty : to the soup, fish, it entered at the office, ad valorem, and pay a
Fellow-Citizens of Cambridge and its Vicinily: substantial claims to promotion, are invariably and pale, part f the London community: to, the premium accordingly.
The .ianifolbd proofs which it has been my good niost obtrusive aud clamorous in th.. ir professions timid and lax of knee, whom evei a rocking-horse ARTICLES. Per r, 'lo ARTICLES. fer rFromw To
fortune to receive of your warm and disinterested of attachment to the rights of thle people. Such sends prostrate on the carpet, and who, from their __ s. ts. ct cts
-friendship, and the kind indulgence with which.' professions cost them nothing, and they are worth i inabihlity to sit a dead horie, feel a natural repug- FE-MALF INTREPIDITY. ASHES,Pot............ ton 135 137 50 (Bran. Cog. Otard's... gall 1 37 1 0
in your abundant partiality you have been pleased precisely as much as they cost. And that you finance I mounting a live one, tIe New Hackney --- ,Pearl ..........- 137 0O 140 do. Martcil's 1 40
to view such parts of my conduct as constituted may be enabled to estimate the value of such pro- Cabriolet proffers a safe, cheap, and healthlful In 1780 a party of Indians from Canada, about BAGGING, Cotton........ yd. 30 32 ,, Bo::deaux...... --- 1 10 1 !5
grounds of conscientious objection in the minds of sessions on the part of the radicals, Iinvite your exercise. The structure of the springs and thie 200 i number, commanded by a Lieut. Horton, BRISTLES, Russia ...... "lb 25 62 Spanish ....... --
some of my most worthy and re.cected follow-citi- attention to two facts singularly illustrative of re-- duality of the wheels give to it the exact motion of i0e au incursion into Vermont, passing up Onion a--- American ....-- 30 50 Run, Jamin. 4th proof. -- 85 1
zens, during the unusual discontent and excitement dical sincerity. In the first place they began to a baker's cart. To the softer sex, a trot in it over river, and committed many depredations at Roy- CANDLES, mould....... -- 12 13 St. Croix 3d prf. -- 844 $5
that prevailed inthe recent canvass; and the mani- preach in favor of economy, and denounce extrav- the well-paved curvature of Waterloo-place will alston, Tunbridge, Sharon and Randolph. Seve- -, dipped ..... -- 10 1 --, Antigua 3d do -- 73
festation of your continued attachment and undi- agance, at the very time when thile government be found to be attended with the most beneficial ral persons were killed, and 25 prisoners were ta- -----, slert" .. --. .5 57 -' 7iind. lsl.3d do 65 -5
finished confidence, furnished by this hospitable was more distinguished for economy, and less ob- effect: upon the sceptic, who doubts the details of ken, chicly young lads. A number of men CHOCOLATE, N.York.. 16 17 Gin Holland, 1st do -_ 85 92
reception and flattering notice, all conspire to ex- noxious to thile charge of extravagance, than at Hunter's Anatomy, it will enforce conviction, by marched from Connecticut River in quest of them, ---., Albany ...... 15 lIt -- Country ......._ 32 40
cite in my bubosom a tumult of mingled emotions any former period. In the second place, the proving to him the existence of every bone in his commanded by captain John House, but the In- ---- -, Boston, No 1.. -- 12 18 Whiskey, rye, inhlids. -- 29 30
which I am utterly incapable of expressing. Under very man whom they have selected to cleanse body. But to gentlemen from thle "East Indies, dians eluded their pursuit, and returned, by way COAL, Liverpool........ chal 10 50 ----- in bbl> -- 31 U2
circumstances so deeply impressive, those compli- the Augean stable of abuses and extravagance, who have been enervated bv the heat of the cli- of Onion river, to St. Johns and Montreal. Scotch........... -- 8 850 ---- ., Apple .....-- 32 3
mentary forms of speech which usage has appro- is the only member of the very administration mate, one ride through Brentford is a dose. One of the objects of this expedition was suppo- ---, Virginia .........- Wine- Madei ra ..... -- 3 50
priated to occasions like the present, would be they condemn, who has wasted the public mo- Neither is the privacy of thle projected mode of sed to be to capture a Lt. Whitcomb,at Newbury. CO A a ........ cwt I e S ir5 3 50
oold, uncongenialand ceremonious: and I arn sure ney, by official mismanagement. VWhat then conveyance a matter to be slightly attended to. In In July, i776, this officer was out with a scouting --- Cayende......... -- 113 0 P 1 -, TShereryl ....... 30 1 7
...orl etenChml al = Cayenne ....... -- 13 13 50 g I ,_ Tetleriffe, L. P.- 1 25
I should exhibit a beggarly picture of those foeel- is the economnry of the radicals? Underrating the the wretches who contrive to drag on a miserable party on the river Sorel, between Chambly and -- Surinam ........ 13 13 50 -- cargo -_ g90
ings of gratitude which literally overwhelhn me, virtue and intelligence of the people, and believ- existence eastward of Temple Bar, and who are St. Johns, and mortally wounded General Gordon, COFFEE, WV. I. best gr... lb 24 a ---, Fayal ........._ 90 1 12
were I to attempt to give them utterance. But ing that avarice predominates, even to the exclti- reduced to the humiliating necessity of labouring a British officer, and took from him his sword and -, -_-, 2d qual.. 22 .'i ---, Lisbon .......-_ 1 1 10
though I will not venture to commit to the inade- sion of a rational and circulating patriotism, they for maintenance, thile sense of shame may well be watch. The British deeply resented this attack, -- -,St. Domingo .. -- 22 -- -, Malaga, dry... 2 6'.
quate vehicle of words, the warm current which hope to recommend themselves to popular confi- imagined to be so utterly extinct as to make it an as unworthy an olllcer, and resulting wholly from --, Java.......... -- 25 -, ---, sweett .4
flows from a heart oppressed with kindness, I will dence byappealingtothe mostgrovelling principles affair of absolute indifference whether they are a desire of plunder:-And they wished to get COPPER, Sheatling..... -- 25,_-, Claret, cargo .- -_ 25
bt leastexpress a hope that the assiduity and zeal four nature. Hence, according to their profess- seen in llbackney-coaches or not. Some of them Lieut. Whitcomb, who was at Newbury, into their .---- Pig ..........-17 1 -- II',Wles 3 50 a8
with which I shall devote myself to your service ed notions of economy, all the defensive institutions 'nlecd seem to glory in their shame by riding in power. -- ,O Braziers'......- 30 )- -, Sicily Madeira.__ 1 -'5
in the high and responsible station to which I have of thle country, all that render us secure at home them with the glasses down. But the Speculator When the party of Indians were proceeding up _. ., Bolts ......... 29 -- -, Vindegrave ...-__ 3 6
been twice elevated by your suffrages, will not on- or respected abroad, .every 'thing, in fact, that begs a candid and enlightened public tocast apity- Onion river, they learned by two hunters, that the CORDAGE, Foreign..... cwt 8 50 1 -"-, Champagne ..... 8 13
ly evince my profound sense of the obligations u-r-. constitutes us an independent nation, must be im- ing glance towards that large and increasing body people of Newbury were expecting an attack, and --, American ...- 10 10 50 --, Pico ......... I I 12L
der which you have laid mle, but also afford some molated at the shrine of this false idol. Our for- of gentry, who, with the most laudable ambition were well prepared to defend themselves. This ------, Patent...... 10 50 --, Catalonia......_ 45
evidence that I am not altogether unworthy of tire- tilications must be suspended, and the rich and of aping their betters, find themselves prohibited, diverted their attention from their first object, and CORKWOOD........... 2 8 Porter, London...... doz 2 50
confidence you have so liberally reposed in mo. flourishing cities that ornament our extensive line by the state of their finances, and their inability to turned it towards Royalton. COTTON, Sea Island .... lb 23 27 Do. Draft. cask .2 025
Asyou have alluded, in terms undeservedly comn- of sea-coast, and pour the treasures of commerce dig, from so doing. The public are requested to In this Indian expedition (says Williams' His- ,-- Ge---o O ria Upl ..-- 12 Brown S Dout. dat "5 30
plimentary, to the humble part which I have acted into the bosom of our country, must be exposed to consider the case of "younger sons of younger bro- tory of Vermont) there were several occurrences ---_ Alabama.......- 12 16 I, Am. Be. Stioun oz. 1 25 1 75
in defending the policy of the administration plunder and devastation lo save our money. Our others of spirited youths whom the Iusolvent Act which seemed to denote a change in the Indian -- Tennesse ...... -- I1t 124 Cider, draft ........ bbl
against the violent assaults and reckless projects of army must be disbanded, our navy dismantled, and has recently released from Saint George's Fields; customs, manners, and habits. Their attachment (Shirtings, Brown .... yd. 10 14 ---, bottled ...... doz
the Radical party, I shall avail myself of the occa- the country left naked and defenceless, a prey to of smart clerks in public offices, who contrive to to devastation and plunder appeared to be as strong ----, Bleached .. 13, 141 MAHOGANY, Bay ...... ,q.ft 4 9
sion to present some views, illustrative of the cha- every invader, and the contempt of every nation, support a genteel appearance, illn a small street near as it ever had been in any of their former wars. Sheetings, Brown, 4-4 -- 14 18 St.D ming.-- 10. 15.
racter, principles and designs of this ephemeral to sauce our money. In fact, according to the creed Manchester-square, upon a salary of two hundred From the time when they began their retreat in ---- -,5-4 20 2 MOLASSES, Surinam -. gal
faction, which has sprung up since the late war of this new sect of politicians, the great end of and fifty pounds per annum ; of French quadrille Sharon, they burned, plundered, destroyed, and -----,bleached,4-4-- 17 "8 -- Antigua ....... 2 5 _7
from the various elements of envy, disappointment, man's creation is to consume the fruits of the earth dancers, and of dark-muzzled Italian teachers of carried off'every thing that came in their way.- ,o ,-) 5-4 -22 27 ---- M, art dGuadal. __ 5 -
discontent, honest error, and restless ambition, and perish ; and the only legitimate object of the the piano-forte. All these personages traverse the They did not, however, kill any of the men, but No. I, brown eache 1..... 3 l-- T Havana. -._. 25 `7
It was the peculiar and distinguishing charac- government is not, as we have been taught by o'ur streets of London with a character to lose, and those that opposed or were attempting to escape 1-1 No. 2, brown...__ 25 -- St. Salvador...... .
teristic of the war to which I have just alluded, forefathers, "to provide for the common de- must not be seen in a hackney-coach. To these, fi'rom them; and, in particular, they did not seem U No. 2, bleached..__ 27 -- St. Vincents...... 25 27
that we not only acquired glory by its achieve- fence and general welfare"-not to vindicate the and various others situated like these, the New to wish to kill or captivate the women or female m No. 3, brown..... 34 -- New-Orleans ....- 28 30
ments, but wisdom from its disasters. We came rights and avenge the wrongs of the people-but Cabriolet opens its dark and hospitable hood. No children. Some anecdotes of this kind were of a ) No. 3, bleached..- 36 MUSTARD, English ..... lb 37
out of the conflict proud in the consciousness of our to provide them with the mere means ofgratilfy- vehicle, short of a hearse, is so well calculated to novel, entertaining,'and instructive nature. I No. 4, do ..- 27 .., Do.in bot'ls.. doe 1 37 1 75
capacity for war, but deeply and solemnly impress- ing their physical appetites. But such is neither hide a body from the prying gaze of the vulgar. "While they were attacking the settlements at mI f i ( Fine do .. -- 3-- American .. lb 31 62
ed with the conviction, that a well measured and the destiny of tman nor the end of government.- Independently, also, of the last mentioned ad- Royalton, two of the women were so affrightened Gingams fine, ...-4 12 19 NAILS i alls ot'iz s.. doz 1 1 50
systematic preparation for that dreadful but inevi- It is in the order of Providence that nations as well vantage, the New Cabriolet presents the opposite by the scene of being waked from their sleep by a 0 ___- common,3-4 -- Wrought, do.- --10 14
table exigency, constituted a leading and essential as individuals, should derive true and substantial benefit of enabling the hirer to be seen, if so dis. number of barbarians entering their houses, and Stripes, fast colours..- 14 18 ---, Spikes .......... 81' 9
feature in the permanent policy of the country.- happiness only from a high course of moral action ; posed, in what degree he may think fit. The beginning to plunder, that they lost all command 2, Chambrays ......... 10 14 -, Sheathing....... 10 11
Our own recent experience had verified the maxim involving, toil and rising above difficulties; and springs attached to the hood enable the driver to of their reason ; went out of their doors, and stood -- .--- 9-8, heavy__ 27 '28 NAIL-RODS............ ton 100 110
of Washington, and accordingly, Congress, under that government best fulfils the end of its creation throw back that envelope, much or little, accord- motionless by the side of their houses. The In- t Drabbetts............ 17 20 NANKEENS, Blue ...... piec TA 1 45
the recommendation of vr.: Madison, organized our which produces the fullest development of the ng to the fancy of the fare. The Speculator re- dians brought them their clothes; this act of kind- : Denims ............. .- 15 22 -,Short Yellow..... -57 GO
peace establishment upon a scale commensurate more elevated and disinterested principles of our commends it to prudent people to have it but little ness restored them to their senses, they put oiln Millinets, No. 3, 3-4.. 7" 85 -, LongCompany ..-1 90-
-with the capacity of the country, the condition of nature. The first sentiment which should ani- released from its full curve. By these means it theirgarments, took two or threesmallchildrenand ...s, No. 4, 7-8.. 1 ,A 1 25 r, 0hite Long ..... 7- 6 15.
,sattinlets ............ 40 CIO ,I ]or. 30 flasks ....... box 6 50
the world, and the great purposes of national de- mate the breast of every freeman is the desire to will be optional in the fare whom to recognize in a young womanwith them, and fledinto the woods. __., fine........ l 150 Fr 12 bottles ..... as 4 50 4 75
fence and security. When Mr. Monroe succeeded see his country able to defend all her rights.- the street and whom to cut. Should he behold At '.Lc west part of Royalton, one of the women ----, warps ...... lb 45 50 Olive ............... all 1 25
to the presidency, but little more remained for Thisisinvolved in the verynotion of sovereignty- advancing along the Strand his unmarried uncle, had irmness enough to reproach them for their ----, logwood col'__ Linseed, Dt ch ......
him than to maintain and improve the system so any thing short of it is national degradation.- walking towards Threadneedle-street to receive conduct, in distressing women and children ; and Checks, 3 4 ......... 14 ---, American ... 57
wisely established by his predecessor. In \effecting' This sentiment has been at the foundation of the his dividends, he may, by bending forward a told them that if they had the spirits and souls of ----, .. -4 -........ 16 20 Whale ............. 25 27
these important objects he laboured with an ability greatness and happiness of all free countries. But little, greet his relation with a profound bow men, they would cross the stream, go to the fort and Knitting Cotton* * 75 1 Sea Elep hant......... 28 30
'T Jbreads. No. 16 ..... I 1 I110 Sperm,, ummer ...... 40 4.1
and a zeal which gavehim new titles to the lasting we are told-by the apostles ofradicalisim that a po- Should he see a smart equipage driving up the fight with the men. The Indians bore her re- CottnYarn No. .. 3 5 perm, ummer...... 41
7 t. tr r CotonYan, o. ai 0 23 5 ,-,IVmnter ........ 05.5 60
gratitude of his country; The internal adminis litical millennitun is at hand; that the potentates Haymarket, whose proprietor he knows not from marks with patience, and only make this reply : t, -a No11 27 river -.......... bb 0 50
*ration of the government assumed an aspect en- of Europe have become convinced of the folly of Adam, he may get credit with the peripatetics by Squaw should not say too much. Another woman -,----- No. 12.. ",1 Red Lead .... .. cwt 9 50
tirely n4cw. By an improved organization, and war aud awakened to a sense of justice; and that sitting upright and accosting the owner with a fa- had a contest with them about her gown. The --- -- No.13..__ 29 White Dry ........... 1250
a wel adjusted system of accountability, efficiency we have less to fear from their aggressions thain miliar nod. Should lhe, on the other land, come Indians had carried it with the other articles of ------, No 14.. 29 -- ground in oil.... __ 13 13 &O ,
wgs made to supply the place of imbecility, from the encroachments of our own government! plump upon his unpaid tailor, or upon a country plunder out of the house, and put it in a heap of DUCK, Russia, 1st qual.*.. bolt 19 19 50 OchroYellow, dry ... 2
and a degree of economy was introduced in In vain has history recorded her lessons in blood cousin in a pair of trowsers of last year's growth, pillage before the door. The savages stood round -, 2d do ... It. 19 --- -, -Ir... 4 '5
the great disbursing departments of the govern- if we are still. to be deluded by the visionary no- (being what Corinthian Torn calls a very high taking such articles as they liked best. She went n- 3d do ... 15 10 3 --- ground in oil.. lb 7
ment, wholly unprecedented in our history.- tion of national justice. But at this moment number in Queer Street,") bIe has only to throw ott and took her gown for her part of the spoil.- --, Dutch ........... -- "5 6 Sp B D iol...'b cwt
By these means upwards of a million of dollars when the Holv Alliance are threatening to over himself back in the vehicle, hnd a mass of black The Indian clubbed his gun andknockedherdownc. Bear ....... .O 75 11 ,5 Varnishbigt & bladh I gal Q 8 2
'were annually saved in the expenditures of the f,.. .,,i11, with'blood in their unrighteous crusade leather will infallibly protect him from all human She desisted from her claim, and waited till her -_ ., American ........- 14 Vermilion English... lb 80so
military establishment alone. But in the very against the freedom of mankind, and when pe-si- recognition. Indian master carried it to another heap of plun- English, No. 1.... yd 32 35 Lampblack .......... 6 3
midst of those signal -improvements, when Mr. bly our own fate is prefigured in the desolation of Circumsmtances, however, will cnetimes occur der, and was engaged in collecting more. She Russ. Sheet wh.. .Pe'" 16 18 50 PIPES, Short...........''. ,ro 56
lMonroe was enjoying his merited rewarding the af- Spain; can there be a more signal exhibition of .der which th pulatr on nd io went to the heap, surrounded with a large munber Do. brown..6 14 50 16 PLASTER OF PARIS .. ton 3 50 3 75
u nder w h ich th e S p ec ulator reco mniuicn us it to ),s .. ... co .d ,iD i peraridd "-" 4 4 .5 'B eef, M ess ...... .... ) l 9 25 9 7
fection and confidence ofan undivided people, the human weakness and folly than to rely for safety patrons to throw back the hood as i of savages, took out er gown the second time, and Diaper, broad -- .. 3 4 2 Beef, Mess,.......... 9 5 9 75
leaders of the Radical party, at first under the si- not upon our own arm, but upon the tender mer- Ie rfers, in particularr, o al eleoti'n f ,n g ,ooram0Ih it of; h ha te one child i er rm. FL -L nAXw .. .... .. i e 2 7
emulated guise offriendship, but eventually, with cy of the confederated despots of Europe ? Doc- hber ofparliamtent. Sir tol)ert lson has recent- and led another by the hand. A greater exploit was FLOUR AND GRAiN l -- Boston,' No. 1...
atn open display of hostile baners, commen- tries so absolutely degrading cannot be imposed ly projected a tour to La 'ancla. Should the operorme, byoanoter her nwal amoug ot-ermle New-York snperfi ....... bbl 7 7 25 dPot.M.es ..... _
eel an attack upon his administration with upon a proud and intelligent people. It is mya iventur have ti e eeclnt Osneruing him t from elrethenansatakenawayhryoungso Western................ 7 7 12 Bread. Pilot ......... t 6
all that concert and consistency which mindi- pride and consolation that they are indignantly re- i contitluIs, and a vc-an y thus occur in the followed them with her other children and Philadelphia ............_ --, Navy......... 4
at.. They tttetl-S'Baltimoreanc Fuusierdtrtnicnt. ". ..... ., ,
cte a common purpose; and under existing ejected by myconstituent. But I ainrunning into B,.rougli of Southw 1 k, a geIln nm posse s urged tem to return her little boy. They corn- Baltimore, Howard-stieet.__ -- Crackers-. 7
cafe a. common purpose; all tLl thern tolreturn hereliet .. o, b ..
circumstances characterise a hfction. The svs- a discussion that would carry me llth b beyond the of *the ambition of erinl criun,-Si't Stephen's Chapel, li1: and encourtagnd by this success, sle urged Richm-ndCity mills, .....-- Butter, for exportation ]b 8 JO
tern of policy so deliberately devised under limits prescribed by the occasion-I will therefore .has nothing to do, after publishing l i nin the latter rather, and had the address to prevail Countrymills.. s, American .... 7 9
|ltS ll~lnn t tlO ,_tr phisnl i ts ltentionl, tile .m Ae andia....... ,...... (1 i sh Dry Cod cwtav'
,rn" ^"!^0 ^ 61 valu yoeigyuasniet hci ^^' ^ vlte~ ges to give her up twelve ifeen 'r rh:::: S ^ ^ **"?
the.auspices of Madison, and so ably sustained by conclude by Offering you a setttinment which, itbut tonnire one.ofthe Speculator's cabriolets,"throw with tile .sa ,s, to give hr up twlve or lheen Fredericksurgh .......... --_, -, cal*.*.*: wt 75
the firmness and energy of Mlonroe, was denounced these were my last words, I should utter with as back the lihood, start from London bridge, drive u o h'er neighbors' children. In a fit of good humor Petersburgh, flue ........ -0 -- Pickled Codfisl
a unnecessarily expensive, and inconsistent with much religious devotion as 1 now do wIth heartfelt ooley street, and bak to 131al'mai street- le of the Indians then offered to carry her on his Middlings, fine .......... 5 50 Salmon ........__
the purity and simplicity of republican principles, sincerity. thence adjourn to St. George's church, levin ack over the river She accepted of the Rye Flour .............. 3 50 > -, Fall Mac'reNo.
lit the veryefacadoouruatli et. aieorgdemonstation to .a. .. ........ ..n FallteM ass.e3 -.
In the very face.of-mathematical demonstration to The Citizens of the United Districts of Edge- fthe Kingls-benc !prison on lhis right, and after Indian politeness. The water was up to -is mid- Indian Meal............ 3 25 3 37 Do. No 0-
the contrary, Mr. Monroe's administration was field and Abbeville-High-minded, intelligent and t rotti rTounitl Bethlelin hospital, drive to the' e, but cr savage gallant carried her safely over; Do. in hds ...... ld 5 -- Do. No.3 __ 3 50
1,11 ,,o" in itshort,,timease return dhwithher little'NWheat, N. River ........ hus. 137,44 Conn. Mess Shad -_ 2
charged with extravagance, nd by a pi'ofanation patriotic r may they never be represented by a row v.purlieu f WQi bb 'k e-rowond c r inlg.ick. and in a sho rt time she returned with her little Ilat-NV iver na.....* bus. .7 1 4l Conn. Mess Shad_ 9 25 0 50
of all that is venerable and sacred in human helm- false-hearted demagogue. friars road coo to tle hous i'of)recep)tion lor oun- .of oyso'hesurpriand joyo their pa- --' "t arolina .-- Hrigs. 2 50 I 75
racter, it was charged with corruption. itent Females, oo nnuon n c led the iagda ,.- rents It should seem from these anecdotes, that RIve ................... 60 = : D o *N g
Let us here pause for a moment and inquire TI.e motion of the machine will cause the candid- the ancient Indian custos and manners were Corn, yellow, North .....-- 9 Has. Virginia 10
what is the history,,and whatthe character of the From the June number of the (London) Atew ate who uses it to keep hi head min a continual "hanging; aid that they had been taught that it -- white, do. ..... 60 61 --,North river.... __ 7 9
man, against whom such infamous charges are onhl.i uod, whether hlie will or nlot. This action will be wgs not an honourable tiling for warriors to car- -- Southern, ......... Hos' Lard.......... 8
prepared by these puritanical pretenders to the construed by the multitude ito niversal mlil- ry destruction and slaughter against defenceless Oats, .................. 34 Pori, Cargo,........ 8
lights of a new revelation in politics? Who is. THE NEW CABRIOLETS.-A HAtND-BILL. iarity. "He has not a bit of pride about him',, women and chil'en.,Pes' hiterdr. ... .... bu. 10 -- MesPrime, ........ .. 9 87 10I
JamesMonroe?-H e is a Revolutiona ry Patti- AT a time like e present, wen economy is willbe thle cry, nd exhibitia on hof is naxe herat I-....... Co. anl--l7 8E, N-ew .... at .450 43
arch, aot'ofnthe fathers ofxthe epnblic, who imperiously required in a1 branches of expen di- the head of the poll will be tile resuitc ntn treated with severity.o With respect to pro- ---, MBik-eyed ........ 70 "75 _-, Old .............. lb 4
11v isio tns th e y far e d it s w e ll a-s th e ir m a ste rs, W h e i iB za s ... . lush "7 a S A L T, T u r ]Zs Isla n d . b~ u shb 5 4 5
'bug ht by the side of ashington, for our inde- ture, public a eaor private the Spe culator in the new All human machinery is liable to dislocation :-t th'y arred t e ris cln boh FETE Live, for... u0 u5 **- u
enec arvda hawit ngwh h contribu ed th cary hi oRalt'lBund el s = : 1t 3 F0 TSt es ......... b cB
cndee nhgh on ti hackney cabriolets feels himself called upon by a streets will some times be slippery, plugs wil ocea- several often at the price of eight dollars ahead. American .. lb 37 50 Cadiz ............- 48 49
country through the perhis of two glorious wars, sense of duty to a candid and enlightened com sionally be left open, atn horse may accidental- Of the 25 that were ari away, ondied in FURS, Beaver, North .... 3 25 4 0 ---- Lisbon ...........0
ewared forhslo nd the highest office At hetgift, s anity, to state the circumstances under which his ly fall. Should such an accident take place in a captivity, the rest were liberated and returned to Do. Son. & Westo5u -- .LiverpoolBlown.4112
their friends thetnext summer.oInntheir o ,it eimb -1oMuskrat. N.n& Son. a9me48nSALT PETRI,,, refined.. lb.941
entr s focicp eone f anitite h icss An ev be invt ol te, an ai t e1 -n- i ta .odtes.ia u w use ne tsmler si their o 4r- ---- a 1 5

forgotten and is in human probability, the iages which, le presu mes to iae, diagonally, to- creation the pubas dilated aboely wil confidence. .tue- --- Do. Souti.anada..... -- 2 3 50 --- do Sincrudews,30yd,.. 19 50 9
culated at o nfisrace that wiguish enmity and excite r it successful. aoa ninvaded.lcThe carriage will fal lo ward, t ED ARD E. DA, n oftheir neigR bours d r iends, the worthy bt-, NI st ..V 9 S 17 ---, do ,Sax, clean ...... cask 40 15 6

destinies of thenationtheydeliverdfrmbod ewih, f rom it aail uksee ohv he Speculator has merely .I, ,h*< -,.-,1;.1,1 .. .1 sician, No. 53fi Grandl-streer, near llhe Wil- rFRUIT, Raisins, Malaga.. ca 7 -- The warmestfeelings of kintodness and affetio.- On a bleak morning, at the e element of hrd will just cap itself over tie horse's as, a distressed inhabitants ofoyato lic founded line of ---- Bear,o Bloom... So --, Sewin7,50, assorted.. 2 35 O

their ,oeer witio w nhomyl i tbmencedtheca--,hch was drawn by a pair of enormous black long- unhappy people who ride outside of stage coaches ,Profes-sion o the puble ,t lar, (by day or ---- -, 0. ^u --- ,-- BlackHdkfs .. 7 65 7
pubfi e with the em hem oowerthe af lst, tI e Spoeula' -, i w lei th act o Tde- tie hady or ge tleman who rides inside, will re- support through iiion ad tedious winter, Red Fox ......... 75 1 ---, Clover ........... b
rs of pubrity should desrvicend upon his s uccessored away fm the vobin readg a arnet orv-f-.......oot at a given period. But, dcions of o own country, nd m be ln --, Mink, North ...... -- 20 --- Timothy ......... cask 4 25
'This is their man upon the ruins of whose adminis- i ter-fields, behe youngetl eande se would a ilt transpire gt ose, ornd the quloadr of live with he tmhoust saferey. Thankful for n liberal ---, Almo. Soudsoft shell...... -- 123 16. ---SILK Seersuckersape .... pie 8 75 9 30
tration the remadical party havtre afactimpiousfeAlmost in the very extre of odr on, wak on the draws and the iped who drives :uo the oaci r dis- s p -- ,, Otter, North -.....1b 3 4 --S Black Satient assorted .'21 21 69
to build up the fortunary monm t ofties of anew poitichcal never be 'tp, of istos, across the sqare, diagonally, to-sweretion the public tay perpendicular, with ey know no ir csom, s his prices are low to tose wh 2 3 5 ---, do Sicews,30... -1 2
forWhagotten shall we say, finallhuanprobabiizeno y, tht the wole t of the n, could barely more than t ope Rome when, where, abetopayadrtstothenignt. L ta, Bris. Cr. 6 by .. 0 SPELTER,...... -- 9 3
w asr tiler eH ay m a rkee a v oe n trrihic is" S E I A s a m e la n c h o ly c o n tr a s t to i r .I ..Te iv E D V A t ri .. .G1 -- d S sd 0I
last hono u twhiche ya lrets f cior- had r r which, fror itsw capaciousbulk, seemed to hr ave the Speculat o h as nm relv' -It----.- .i. a, .3 GN., l- s trC, n n Bloom, 0..- d ren 1
p l ce .p o, :.- b ro _f sicfis N o. 5ra6 G ra nd -tioct near^ til D 1 t l .^ ( U Y b R A lt ---- I T R a s n o 2 M ala a a k 7 o F oe nt'.ik.0* .. 10 67
iAnd who are sthosea political adeventurers whofoav- been the property of some deceased alderaln l sand areas ntion of thepublic tn, ,,- oI a.,,.,,.-. A.n r I on .l a-e d..hob- Diedoh -..--tr5oes-,srvcern ,lte2 o 6 .. 7 50 Nutmegs,. ..., 3.5 7 0
T arraigned the purity of his principles, and charged o p ws drawn byapi rewel or ms blo ack opng nrappsybetoler lhan five volumes ol precept. ie o nhis last, l or Dirct orsofsaid Company, tle olo. M u)ae g' 51 D Bo '.- ac**.**k C....p 159 20_

lxinn with wandering from the fold of the true re- tention, nearly run oer* by a baker's curt. It is Speculator, therefore, begs to refer to the entastro- l-.winig pe.so,,s were chosen : GaLUE, Iri h, best........ ^n_ S ^( Pimento, Jamaica...._ fi
publican faith, merely to excite nnw divp o wdotsd in xtc h, g.mauy from wtt barently important ple which not. long ago occurred to the Fll 61 J1 s THallsures tle4ublcthat his neticites I 20 i t5-L, German ........_ 13 1
the hope thneration, they may be will it be for the sur- taied hs he S t discvn entlemanas not much low. coac'i.e are aware, that, brr, was bots, the ausewill a end slnple th,,,1s efficacious beiPonghkte natural pro- D. Sn .i ---, BanSwedishaabs ........-_ 3 95 46

face by the agitation of the political elements? I'he sojint iea of^ hake-oc and^^ tlker'-0 historian. Let thec event be recorded in his l^'hil Rggcnd ? EMP, Riussia cleari.;.. ton ig 7 50 ^:-:' En.i'1'' Crawley ..s thg 1
pubArie iwithey the venerable realism of power, the manrevolutionf larger in the waist tha awaspecul.tor th otl fa" ore oBar, noet oer -col.. do iat agiveperiodua But, auctions of l," own country, a may e t n_ -, Cut-shot, Zale....... -- 50 -- Flago -haudkerchiefs 5 0
his purity shou imbibedthesend ur n his successor.- mihthavce,, braiendhim, (or, restictspeak- "Should a lin -p,"(it is get who nowospeaks),dOf lain \illitnlst saty. Thankflfrlieralt--- Amor.dsw-rot....shll --13 16- Seersuckers ......1 5
This in "tie man upon tried men's ofs whose adminis- io; t g, might h have cracked his skull.,) andaad' and dead l uggage on the top, cause the eoach to tiMJfor year past, solids a centia, Yof c ---,2dH1 Patent assorted qual. cwt. 9

mere political ephemera, generated by the fermen- ins therspoc ait o ow the water-works, (ard what not my wayD I spread 'cm. I11 tell you what lo S Conger, "f New-York. 11IDES, W. Indw ....... --- 11 ,. N. Orl. prime........ ...
taxation the radial party have impiously attempted pirof scissors might have clipped hiin il d tw hain, swerve fron the perpendimi tar, they kuo rno their JaAs PB-ser, y n, .hi Ii0saef 10 toe h aLT-, En. st.ll..........
lto bnild up the fortunes t'a new political dynasty- The whole weight of thi eeuh- by a sin.-' ldtael h oainteP 0ul oewil e -atlotontheelindi gent .. r.6b9y ,30 1f 1.
dVnoatfthenshall we say, fellow citizenkof that o n- e have reached filly pounds avoi-duioiha sSorumen I),mor oFth-ante lop aofioked whIien, 3-erJe, --able paFnodr atis, .hereby indigelnot.Trust 1,5 ----I, ouk- .. ......

to direct our councils and lead our armies? Nei. pcieofcoeyl pcu to t wt te old gentleman in, and drove on to lhe Spotted ws elected President, and STRONG ST'nG pe.S ---- o. 9. -- 1 Cassia..3. 2 50 --- brown ....... 9
their were their voices then heard in council nor puts it to any gentleman converst in mathemati- Dug. 1 drew up rather short, the wheel got into S orieOtry. it --- 1,7O.8 1. -- I Lump .............. 1
their arms raised in battle. But whie lh r the te l calculation, with what a dead certainty (the the gutter, and over she went. One of my out- Th*t Oflcetfsaid Compsny will be olwn,.e, lor the IRON, .Do;.t 10** *. -o- 30 had passed awa u, and the sun own o rd Speculator means a live one) a London, buily ca- sides, a very good sort of inan, went down hury-cuar o bei. o" Wc ,nslay next, Alcr..1.... Z 00 Imperial ...........-- 5 I 30
nouncld that theada yer wasarll oegro eanc tl heiolet mp ltravel wlth three people, namely, the head first into the cobbler's stall, under tple I- lU'l,4 C UeNTy-stre' Ie applications for 1. 8 1 7 G ,npowder ......... r o 25 40
the iast tribes' wh i ntogatflountriy g h0 alyth passensgprsd frof Cheapside to cta'd snanya Cisin d not o em o th w tu / t .tankully r.ceivedand punctua. E 10 assorted;.. --| 9 | p e ;.......son...... ---- ~ 5
and noisy consequence, denouncing all that had ThC r urnce :Wbd bthirssing t st m o it Aneetls onae M's The Capi tel Stock of the Company is 200,000 --- Sheet ............ cwt 0 7 50 Hyson Skin .......... --- 6 70
been done, while they lay ingloriously secure, in harii o e H amlet the Seelaeos bnngh oy eratsabe ler went smack into the-shop- and He pritilehg,.s f rianted bv tlo e act of rpny rat f --F. h'hP *....'**** -- 6 50 | Souchog ...PhnetoJam a....... 54 0
the deep obscure city of theirs indip place two-thrdti of thatr demanded by tlhe driver s of window, all among the red and bluetbottles. h ut t o- h xwend to s II Marine anwr Fire Insurance, :- l-ATHER, Soan ...... lb .| O7 | Congo..............- 0
Such are the pretenders who have had o the e ef- extraor-dinachey t f' lom s that a shillmg ui re of the uddest thing of all, happened to Grub the F ratt e on the ..l.nl. transportation of all G1od3 --- Dressed upper..side a rn o 3 75 [ Rola .............. -5 Ss
froptery to denouy may pe t rom h subli the later is, by the scheme of the former, di- market gardener, who ode vi the dickev. Jack ntes and Merchandieupon Life or Lives by way Upper undress... --- 50 TORTOISE SHELL ....-- 7 6

prO|cipetnthooreotherwise'taudnsec atired Issto lhe parliesLt,,,1 ,-............. tu '1, 705t 5 le l lnonfl..0..........4 A tA
pr.....les ose able.state ..e..a.d. art .i. mlnshe to elght-pence : a two shilling th'e to one Roberts was sitting in the bar of the Spotted tonges eoua otheowise, and seciiars to wHe paries Shiet ..........._' 50 Kentucky............. 11 7
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ iR ar....... 66 6 5 Ptrbrhmo ........... -
pO plets wno roused thable indigstatesmen and ardent patrie c shilling and four-I:pence, and so o in proportion. Dog, behind a pint of purl. You must know Jac) leh Sjes equal to any sil iit t wi... Sht;-- 3 etu.-
to avenge he ngnth s in e recent fwarthe c oun, Young gentlemen who are beginning to remember Iloberts, astout ck-marked man ; him as utisecd All losses sustained upon In.rstrapce made at tlhe (LIGNUMVIT: ......... ton 15 0 0 Spanish leaf ......... 15 0
the darkest hour wofrngs in that eventful struggle,; who ien their multiplication-table, and middle-aged gentle- to drive to Manchester. Well! in went Grub at Oflice, will be adjusted upon the most equitable pri- -OGVOO-), ay .......-- S o sT. Doigo........
t ieL(W 0) lY...... .. ,1 St. Domingo ......... 15 '215
the darkest hom of that eventfedul struggle, when men who ae beginning to fbtrgt it, will, by this the window, like a shot, and drat me if lihe did not ciples,.and paid agreeable to thlie terms anuex.d to --,C peach O ------ aesLadies Twist ........... oe
the voices of theinvader distracted our councilres, and arrangement, fmind great practical benefit in the upset Jack Robert url and all. That's what I the ahipolicies, al-lw" -- "Botrds, Oak 2... .... Se Cavendish ....t-
the fvieeble shrunk from distracted our councils, when utes quickness and accuracy with which they will, by call spreading 'em."' The public has only to con- dst ........ Sweet scent, No 1... --
hearts looked to the oventgwh the deeest anx a little practice, know to an odd halfpenny lhow trast this diffuse dispersion with the compact de- OMMISSION & STORAGE.-As the subscri- A lbn. ypine..-- 15 ---,Coao- 0 1
I l b t d v t i t n c a n t t n i n o tv e l l o w p i n e.l -- 2 0 Q t-- -- 3 dt l q u N O 3 .
ety, adopt the dyi enter et with th e deepest anxi-d much they are to pay to the driver. The necessity posit of a declining cabriolet. Upon this sing-lc tand selling bot I Fo'eig a n andt ri C t tI uv r, ---7, Conu.n ...--
adoptdloth e dying sentiment of Lawrence, and of carrying a pocket full of halfpence will also advantage, tile Projector is content tostand or fall .Comi -n-"" Scantling, pnem.... f. 1.1 Im VR'DIGRIS ............ l ;
cait -o mmiln h .c wh a tv g o Is o oak ...... --W3\ AX, B ees, yellcow .. .33
oButl"stood bynotiv t heir country's glory fast create a verymusical jingle as the machine trots Itreainsttomentioutheextentof the Project ov description forsale will d wello l' lhs --- timber ........ -- l WAX, Blw ...... ,
But,"And haileood by their coloury's glto the mast," al ong the rough pavement of Piccadilly. Not to or's liability incase ofpersonalaccidents. Byarefer- charges being moderate both fobrbir .0 .. a Oak Limber ......... q f 20 -- white ....... -- 45
And i alc seer comelouns to the h iast ." mention the obligation under which a candid and ence to the printed list, alfixed to the apron of the storing. He assures them tlhat he will usc his- best 2 / Sltn;les, Coprus ..... 1000 2 WHALEBONE. Slab .... -- 1. i1
S. '. cs of the history and enlightened public will labour, of hoarding their machine, the public will be apprised of the sum to endeavours for hfc ir interest. ---,I ...... u. ba n 7a 50 (Merino, washed......- (,0 t;5
'Li ral^ Aits inquire into their halfpence, to the grievousannnyace of street- the extentofwhichtheSpeculatorwi o l t h o cae lie ........ 100050 washed .... -- 5
conditseftw;tn fo sl r Goods, br eedtcl ..... ... 4 0
d: .an octrine. As they aim at a politie- beggars, and the proportionate gratification of the self liable, in the event of any fracture, simple or WANTED-it00 Deer Sk insBar "r"el.....--- breed ached ...... 5
,, and are tore anxious to occupy the Society for the Suppression of Mondicity. If, ac- compound. On pernsinm the catalogue, it will be o 500VAT-iinLar00(oaer Skins1 1 i .... -1 I R breed unwashed ...... 0 1
o than ce:;vulous about the means cording to Benjamiu franklin, a penny saved is a seen, that in case of a broken leg, the Speculator A quantity of Far. SAMUEL STORM, liogt H.. 35.( c\U,'n lasher .....g 35
Icton ctP.m lleadingict1 t p f .p o.... -ora ured ar r35 jv:::i | /aOt, lte.o(: :n:c d ..... -- 55
.. ..: to them, tl,!y have adopted such top- penny got, the Speculator anticipates no sma!l de- is contnt to pay five pounds ; for a fractured ar:, j5 w ar-stret "