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 30, 1823
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
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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"PRINTED FOR I HE PROPRIETORS Statesidenotes great violence, and indulges upon, upon the town, and were encamped on the beach* Semed a valuable acquisition-and to the vota.
B J. ..ELL- TT an abstract sub jec, in the discussion of of the neautralground. The garrison would not' ies of painting a triumph of their art, which pos..
S J. an abstract subject, nd in the discussion o admit them.-.. A private letter from Gibraltar, 'sesses thus a faculty to rob from the grave that por-
:3I- '." WLHLiAlMv-i fREET, .VEW-VORK fiqncaial measure, in a strain of invective, particu- dated 23d July, say : tion of its terors which it derives from oblivion.-
,- larly against the democratic presses.of the great Cadiz still holds out, and there is not much Daily Adv.
S T l eAM ERICAN FOR TH COUNTRY states," which a subdued and chastened temper probability of its surrendering. It is reported that
Sis gliished eXery WEDSsEssAdy a.nd SaATOtneR, a battle has been gained by the Constitutionalists The steam-boat Fanny, Captain Peck, was on
at No. 30 WaLiA-srRnE r. orppos;t the Pio1 would have avoided. Of his ~ freedom ro pre- over the French in Catalonia. Gen. Lallemand her way up to Cow Bay on Monday night, without
Office, New-York, -at -FIVE DOLLARS per an- udice," we know of no other evidence than that is said to be in the neighbourhood of Valencia, passengers, where she was bound to lay her ashore
n'up, (or Four Dollars, if paid in advanrf.,) lullJ furnished by his proposition for an amalgamation with a good force. In this neigbourhood Tariffa, for the purpose of cleaning her bottom Near
regularly sent by mast, agreeably to dirc-tic.u, to betweenthe whites and the Indians-a proposition Algeziras and St. Roque, are in the possession of Hell Gate she struck a rock, but was not much in-
a.y pa.rt of pie United States. All letters or the Constitutionalists, so that the causeof the. Spa- jured. At high water yesterday, she proceeded to
m~aicationa must be addre'ced to the ** d.lr, oJf by which the sacred and lovely institution of mar- niards is not desperate." her place of destination.-Gazette.
thk American. .No. 30 ll'.tianm-trei, t, York." riage was treated of as a mere brutal instrument The Congress frigate hal arrived at Gibraltar
'I1Jpe Daily American is publishel every eernine for improving the breed of man ; and the project and sailed thence on the 23d July for Cadiz, with SANDWICH-ISLANDS.-On the 22d of last
at tie same place, at TEN DOLLARS per annum,. Qir. Nelson, American Minister, on board. Mr. February, a very beautiful brig arrived off the
Sof thus improving it, was discussed with as much Rodney remained at Gibraltar, with his family, in harbour of Hananorar-she proved to be a Peru-
indifference as though no feelings consecrated by good health. A number of Dutch and French men vian brig of war, of 16 guns, with about 30 men-
":' lD O 3 -ini$ it cas religion and virtue, no high and holy hopes both of war were lying at Gibraltar when the Ruth the crew said that they were from Lima, and had
of here and hereafter were concerned in the issue. sailed. put their officers on shore in consequence of receiv-
WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST27 of here and hereafterwere concerned n We have not been able to ascertain whether ing no pay.-She sailed again on the 23d, in con-
'" To the benefit of this exemption from prejudice any Gibraltar or Cadiz papers were brought by sequence of measures being about to be taken to
t onde our Commercial record will be found an Mr. Crawford is welcome. this vessel. In time of war when events-and even detain her-[This brig is, no doubt, the Belgrona,
Vinterestiug statement o0 the price:, imports and His "independence of-principles," taking it in appearances are so important and interesting, Ar (formerly the Warrior, of N York,) which was
l o tarus imp t ap in the London th n n which we presume the words to be erican Captains leaving the neighborhood of run away with, on the night of the 17th Dec. last,
S of t impoant apl in the London the sense- in which we presume the wods to b thetheatre of hostilities, ought to supply them- from Lima, having on board money and clothing
market, at the laItest d:,tr, 8th ult. The table re- used, though they express a very different one, ha' selves with gazettes of the latest dates, and whoe- for the Patriot troops.]
specting the India Cotronss only worthy of atten- indeed, been exhibited on one or two occasions; ver happens to receive them in this countryishould No account had been received of the arrival;
.tion, a th- greater or ..mill.r quantity of that ar-. but we should not have supposed the Enquirer dispose of them so that their contents may be im- at Columbia River, of the Russion force sent to
parted to the public. Curiosity and expectations that place, to carry into effect the recent decree of
tidce most necessarily have a. bearing upon the or its copyist here would have referred to them. are every where keen. *. the Emperor. -Boston Evening Gaz,
prices and consumpti.:n of American Cottons; for He proved his "independence" in one among other .
t-lprice of'the latter should, increase, aswe instances, by voting against that famous party "Toattempttorefutethepoliticaltorgiversations FPHILADELPHIA, Aug. 5.-A tRogueCaught.
ifhq. price of te ie nl ica, a ofsthe versatile Mr. Noah, would be a task far too -The Berks and Schuylkill Journal states that
think-likely, in.a greater ratio than the probable measure, Mr. Jefferson's embargo of 1806,in a mi- herculean for an ordinary genius. And since his Doct. James Hamilton, alias G. Gallop, who mar-
supply for the next yc ,r. it may be beneficial to nority of six; all, we believe, acknowledged fede- brother editors in the city of New-York pass by ried a lady in Woodstock Vermont, in July 1822,
.those who adventure m in t to be enabled to calen- ralistsbut himself. He again proved his "inde- his erratic sallies,, we, at this distance, shall not and another in Belleville, New Jersey, in June,
T T think of occupying our columns with such contro- last and aflerwards deserted both in a most siame-
late whatt competition they are likely to encounter pendence" by voting.for the Bank of the United versial ma ter." ful manner, was apprehendethd a committed to
from stocks of ll sr, already on hand. States, and more especially by denouncing the TheBoston Patriot does wisely-here, where jail n Reading oil Friday morning last.
The ibme remark. are applicable to the other bullyisngs of-.the democratic presses in the great the character of the editor of the Advocate is He had sunk the Doctor in the shoemaker, and
ss being well dressed, received immediate employ-
fttble3, which, though treating of staples of less states, meaning thereby New-York and others.- known, it is thought quite superfluous to notice ment as ajorrneyman; but he was sooa found to
general interest than Cotton, are still of import- Yet,-for these. specimens of "independence," we or contradict, his assertions, which, though con- be so inditlerent a workman, that his employers
ance to some. shrewdly suspect that neither the Enquirer, nor stantly refuted, would as constantly be reiterated, were o.vinced lihe could not be a shoemaker by
The stocks of Grain and Flour had, as will be the Argus, nor the Advocate, will ask for him the if any turn were to be served by it. is only proessio. Suspicions were excited, and his dress
perceived, undergone sur prizingly little diminu- confidence or support of the democratic party. andpeon wee fou tion of party is derived from the offices which party with e description given in Thompks's ad-
tion in-the last quartet, aund are still large and in- Of his,, fearlessness ofconsequences"we annot sometime es procures; and working for hire himself, vertisement, that the magistrate before whom he
creasing. According to the monthly report for judge, nor, indeed, are we sure that we rightly he cannot comprehend that any one else should be was brought, did hot hesitate a moment to make
June; the 'immene quanlsti~k of Corn imported understand what is meant by ascribing pre-emi- disinterested in his political course. The arms out amittms.-Gazette.
into the London mar ket bhae checked the advance nently to Mr. C. this quality of mind. A "fear- against such an adversary are silence and con- ice toariner.- Floatig Light has been
of prices If the rop of Wheat prove an average, lessness" of the consequences to flow from an hou- tempt. stationed near the entrance of this port, moored
a'cons;derable reducGlon must take place, riotwith- est and conscientious discharge of one's duty, is, within the West Point of Santa Rosa Island, and
standing_ thaLta part f the Csuthe;' engaged in i.-le.:, a virtue; but we can recall at this me-' bears N.-4 W. from the Bar, distant two miles.
Fri th t no particular instance in -which Mr. C. doubted veracity who recently visited this city The Lantern is about 30 feet from the Horizon,
war. Accounts ol the crops in France and the ment no particular instance in .whch Mr. C. from Matanzas, that there is now living in a village and may be distinctly seen from 8, 10 to 12 fathoms
Low Countries are fa-.ourable. has evinced his possession of this virtue; on the a, in a ll water. This Light can be no guide for entire
contrary, he has, avowedly shrunk from the'dis- near that place, a couple who are yet it health, strangers to attempt the Bar at night, yet serves as
"Tbe New-Y.rk Amer.can a3nd ome others at- ,charge of a duty imposed upon him some years although greatly impaired in bodily powers and -abeacon for the harbor, and by which vessels can
*t1chedito Mlr. Adamn, affect to question ,ir.Craw- since by the House of Representatives, to report mental faculties, who have lived together in a govern their positions until day-light.-Colletor's
tird's abiliLiei. There ii DO doubt, ho. 'r, thdat r state of wedlock more than an hundred years! O fice, Pensacola, July 1.
in Lthe.gre3 quahlctc.n- lor rthi, respibli. of- a system of internal improvement, &c.;" and, as The husband is aged 128-the wife 126. They -
.te eb is l`Ir Adams' superior-in stresgtiI, of is to be fairly inferred, he shrunk.from it,.from Anewpostoffice has beenestablished at China,
aind temniper, in tredom from prejudice de- apprehension of political consequences, which such are whites, and natives of the island of Cuba. Genessee county. Walter Hinkley, Esq. is ap-
fde eo. 'rim rle.ne- co.qunces, a report: would of necessity produce. Thete is Public Health.-Our city is remarkablyhealthy. from this place to Fredonia.
iaMliuths of a ChiefMagniMr-ate." anodtler sense in which "a fearlessness of conse- Not a whisper of fever is afloat. Even the tongue David A. Miller, Esq. is appointed postmaster at

as the.above etitIs- from the Riehmond En- quences,".or as it may be expressed in one short of rumour is silent. Esq.Mount Morris, in the room of James B. Mower,
urer aserts, there be no doubt ht h n ite great word recklessness," is any thing but a. virtue; It is otherwise at New-Orleans. A letter from stOn azee.e p
dualfica.tions hior the Pre'idenev. Mlr. Crawiord is and the possession of this, either personally or po- the Health Officer at Quarantine was this day read
Ih' sup~drior Mir. Ad'zm, we i.res'me it till not litically, constitutes an adventurer; we do not im- to the Board of Health, announcing that Captain Monsieur de Vivonne, who had the command
e diffiutfor the Editor of that paper to *tre putesit to Mr. Crawford. r Clark, late of the Eliza Jane, died on the passage ofan epidito the K against, closMessin,s lettewriting frothat
Ssoines eydence. -th uperry. The "- ip'. "Knowledge of men" is the last in the list of from New-Orleans, of yellow fever, as was suppo- -" To finish the affair we only want fifteen thou-
Sdixit" of lie Richbmonu Enquircr, huoweEr impli- these pre-eminent qualifications assigned by the sed, and that the crew and passengers were qua- sand men and soma money." He gave the letter
citly reverenced in 1Virnia.a, (andl -ren there, as Enquirer .to Mr. C. How this may have been rantincd for eight and the vessel for thirty days. to sea todu Terron, commissioner to the army,
weitearn, it goes not ai far once it did,) i- worth- proved, in the vicinity of Richmond, we know not: A malignant fever prevails in the latter city, and was bold enough to ad, and a General.
.leas hee,'untaccompanied by proof. -It may be but here, if Mr. C.'s knowledge of men is to be the information received is such, that New-Orleans "
that the Editor of that paper considers himself, inferred from the character of the little band is deemed a sickly port, and the vessels arriving THE I.IETENAT'S COMIPLAINT.
and would be glad to be considered by others, as which seems particularly charged with the pro- thence will be necessarily subject to quarantine. [Tune-The Laest Shilli ayg.]
Infallible: but ah faithh .i not repoed in any motion of his cause, that knowledge is certainly As pensive this fght on my sea-chest I lay,
man in this part of t,e country. The Richmond worse thin ignorance. If some of the men of this The writer in your paper of Monday last, under I m oud the sael hour I was placd o half-pay,
Enuirer i loe ur m u a a warm, and city who affect toshare the friendship, and sway the name Delta, is misinformed as to the author ithouttow-line, or anchor, or cable.
we are sorry to add, n,,t very iage r ous partizan; the counsels of Mr. Crawford, do indeed possess f that interest series of My money is gone, and my credit not good,
Sf -- ta .series of letters descriptive of My heart swells with anguish and sorrow:
and itare sserion tere.rc, thoul besure the influenand standing it at gentleman the United States, which called forth your enco- No messnmate is near to supply me with food
ininitely higher in credit than any i from such which they ascribe to themselves, then we say mi s some das since. They are in reality And honour forbids me to.borrow.
source, as. the AJd.:.ca.t, c.rry little : conviction that from the prevalence of such men and such production of Adam Hodgson, Esq. of Liverpool, Now I think on the time when all snugly aboard,
along with the. For ourselke, we haveinsti- counsels may Heaven deliver well known to many in this city, and distinguished th plenty rdof nm passed a tabled together,
tud no direct com[arimon but%%s-n -Mr. Adams WWe pasbeda
touted o direct com b n We passed a few minutes this morning in the at home as a warm and active friend of every pro- We laughed at dull care and foul weather.
and Mr. Cra i-.rd.: we hate mJined ;ai-,las with rooms of William A. Colman, corner of Wall and ject tending to do good to his fellow men. He Rouad,round went the song, & theest, &the glass,
confidence we repeal, ad shouldd u..t have, much William-streets, and were dazzled by a most gor- visited in 1819, '20, and the first months of 1821, While we drailn good success to the OPcEAN,
i aoyi cAnd secretly toasted a fivoorite lass,
diculty in satsfac,:tor.iy pr.:s mgs, that in getrl geous display of beautiful editions of some of the every part of this country worthy of notice; and And setalk'd oast f vourite promotion.
qulaficaiuons for. the Premit-.. y. Mr. A.laism, .'- best standard works, which he has recently im- the result of his observations has in part appeared happiness sild,-d a plentil purse,
cording to our judgment, sipersor to all the can ported from, England. The chief curiosity, how- in the series of letters in the Christian Observer, And slept sweetly shen laid on my pillow;
didates---rcat as we aci-Lo- ledge the qualifica- ever, was an edition of Shakspeare, in one pocket which I am sorry to see concluded in the number My cradle the ship, and the sea-boy mv nurse,
tis of ome 01of them tc. be. But if Mr. Craw- volume, embellished with plates. This is even so. ofi that journal for June last, which is just re- While rock'd oi old Neptune's proud billow.
ford pos. tile eminent qualitic._ hili are attri- The plays of our immortal bard are compressed ceived." VERUS. And when safe port, withmymuch-ador'dmaid,
buted to him, they mut mia ,e produced some ef- into one, small volume, and are yet printed in ca- Who look'd.like a goddess or fairy, .
.fect;n aa lelt some characitrstic mal k upon some- racters perfectly distinct and legible. Thus a WASHINGTON, August25.-Peter Randolph, Hownd Ibeeatls if rtoas my love to my stray'd
o-o misiurLV*r cour>: oI pulr:y, .:..I the govern- of fMississippi, has been appointed, by the Presi- A b. f .o t l a- .
on, ma ure o po- .:. the govern- traveller has the means, when setting out on adent of Mississippi, has ben ppotedto be te istrithe Jdge How ch 'd is myfatel allmymessmates are gone,
merit, of uh;cfi he h b, b o I.:,long a membe. journey, of putting in his coat pocket a whole for the District of Mississippi, vice W. B. Shields, And perfa-ps are like me doo 'd to perisih:r
We should be glad to ha.i thim. pointed out to us. library! for he who reads Shakspeare attentively, deceased. By my Mary-oh horror! now treated with scorn,
:VW are hot, enemies to Mr. Crawford: we have T, hough she swore long to love and to cherish.
Sevr poe o nsrespectflly of him, unless a free and meditates what he reads, may well dispense Alabama.-We have heard from five counties Now I grasp my last eup,-hard, hard is my.lot,
neer poef d*isrespecffully sof himunless a free with many other books,, This book is really a only in ths state concerning the result of the late And my mind like the billows of Biscay-
mnao of his official acts can be construed curiosity, asamere typographical specimen,which, general ElecYou may think it is piso-indeed it is not
into direpect; adifthisbesoletussaybythe other of r. Colan COLLECTA e re The present Governor, Israel Pickens, is op- But a special good jorum of whisky n
'Tay;hehas yet much to. endure. What great 'o g an w t posed by Henry Chambers, who, in the five Ar ot SAson.
-f hh .h ,. ,f .... dommend those even to go and sed who do not counties heard from, obtained a majority of up-
meaure, or seme of policy, bears th impress of wish to purchase. wards of 3000 votes over Mr. Pickens. This has
I[r. Cra ford's "strengthdof Itin.."-hiat is there. surprised us; it is not, however, to be considered '(}fI'I#lH.Iat V
*iu all this getalemani's i.-blc lIfe. whichliwe our- By the following proclamation, it will be seen, as any thing like a certain' indication of the final LorNoD July 8tlh
selves, or thoie to come after us, may-fix upon as that the Governor has convened the Senate, on result of the election. COTTON.-Yesterday the briskness in the
having tile-d him to aspireto the Presidential executive business, for the 15th proximo-at Di W th e head ut fato Dist essiGnabl Cotton market continued, and though there is not
chair What to Jditiug.uih him from the mass of which time they will probably have finished their Moore, the late Representative of the State, was sost a much doing this foremand woon, it is fully expected a
those whom apcident pla,:'s in office, whom acci- business, asa court for the trial of impeachments re-elected without opposition. There are two rival oos the next a accounts from Liverpool. The.
dent, and perhaps mtinrigue, keepithere, and who and the correction of errors. othtr Congressional Districts s the State. total sales here, since Tuesday last, may be stated:
finally reat froal their labours, Eam.-.uintl1', descend PROCLAMATION. Tennessee.-From the late Elections in that above 12,000 bales, principally East India descrip-
nly r fr hr laours, ,. deCAATIO. state, we learn further, that William Carroll is tions; a further advance inprices is anticipated.
to obli ion: V ,11i the Richmond'Enquirer place ByJOSEPH C. YATES, Governor of the State re-elected, without opposition, to be Governor of Imports since Jan. i, Dity paid, Stock 30th June
'M r. C's..:claima on' the grounds of his skill or ser- of New-York. '" the State. 1882. 1823. 1822. is-a. a1822. 1 s.
vices'a.lthe lihed of the Treasury? I he will, we The court for the trial of impeachments.and the General Houston is elected a Representative to Bengal 2617 5336 13838 7877 72988 52644
are reidy to join 5-ur.'u with him, and'putthe case correction of errors havingi adjourned' to meet on Congress from the Nashville District, without op- Surat 2551 14271 10589 3813 26404 25793
ar as S.at e Monday the 1st of September i :l, at, tir Citol position, Mr. Cannon having declined a re- Mdras 64 35 639 21791494910443
Sto the country. Or is it in.his careers Senator, in the city of Albany, I have tihou.lht. pr,.,.-i., in election. Bourbon,&c. 408 357 244 301 1941 1680
r, Minister to France, that the .marks of his virtue of thle authority vested in mei'b the' con- James T. Sandford is elected a Representative \ ------ ----- -------
'*strength of milud-" and the general evidence of stitution of this state, to convene the Senate, and from the Bedford District. T rotal 5640 20029 25310 11170 116282 90560
his qianlificarios-rte. to re f.,-l We pause for hereby do require the members thereof to meet on These are all the returns yet received.--Nat. Cleared by valuation but not
o osMonday, the 15th dayof the same month, at the Intell. delivered 350 4500
Sa ,reply. e cannot combat shdws, and such same place, on executive business necessary to be Remaining in Dock Compa-
.'e.cono:ider the aoscrins of the Enquirer." performnie'd. ?An original portrait of Columbus.--We are ny's Warehouses 1300 600
As to the temper," "the freedom from preju- In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed highly gratified to state, that by the last arrival --- --
d,'. independence of rincple* fearlessness s (L. S.) myname, and affixed the privy seal, at from Spain our euntry is put in possession of an Total 119932 95660
de,'." independence o principle, "fearlessness the city of Albany, the 23d day of Aug. original and celebrated )ikeness of Columbus. Imported since lst January, Stock 30th June,
of consequeuce-," andl knoledge of men," which 1823. Its more particular history has been forwarded 18'22. s18s. iss 12s5.
are imputedpar .r toMr. Crwford, we to Washington, where the picture is destined to American 3258 3793 2070 27906
hare also me, fer amaks ton make. The following article from the National Gas. addto those already in the Capitol. By a certifi- Brazil 462 5 10253 7128
Of ave"a s.ome ."l we ar tojs. dge bthe cimake.- zete, furnishesall that we ca olect from the ar- cate fiom the President of the National Museum Spanish 233 318 140 137
Ol'h~s~t~[pe,"il weirtoj~udge, byiheinoi- es acof Seville, verified at the office of the Political Smyrna, 318 1699 226 1228
ept4e ,which are public: of is private life,; (wlich rival at Philadelphia from Gibraltar. We concur Chief of that city, and which is attached to the wVest India 1325 645 871 469
wesaall ndt s.ft tHtr sampic. of 'discuissiig, though heartily with the editor of that paper in the wish' canvass, we observe that it is identified in all its LIVERPOaOL, July 5.
.i r~, d m b f t foAllow t t, thatour captains would supply themselves, parti- parts as an original, and by the same master who Our Cotton Market was rather, quliet is the,
r- edupor u eumat b c 'ie,. odow ,)e chly when aivindfronpott in the t vicinity of produced the full length likeness of Columbus earlypart of the week, but on Wednesday, in con-
no 'favourabic judgment .:on be l'ed. We are ay n arvm rom pos m te my which is still in Seville. The certificate fuirthIer sequence of accounts received by the Packet from
not lbrma'lmts in'lthiese aLrers. asd- theelure r-allude 'the seat of war, with the latest papers. states, that this is the same that was in the Cartnuja. New-York, stating that the prices were advancing
ti.them 'with eorer ; but e,'-.'h'i.,r,' merit having The brig Ruth, Capt. Tear, arrived atsthis port It is presented to the nation by George G. Bar- there, in the expectation of the crop proving less
1 e. yesterday, hom Gibraltar, in a passage of 29 day's. rell, Esq. U. S. Consul at Mahga, who secured abundant than was before expected, a fr-esh im-
ueon clasuie., it l.come:mu -*r duly to rebut the The captainstatesthat adetachmento 'the French the possession of it at Seville, by the aid of the pulse was given to the demand, which has conti-
Sclai.r, i" ".teinl.r" .illud. to I n- public acts, we armny wasencampedwithin two miles ofS-iroque Prior of the Cartuja, when that institution suffered nued ever since with great briskness. The sales
Then aay thlat the only coiitr.-ver ul speech (we do on the 25th July; that the commander of it sent a' suppression., have been chiefly to speculators, (who have taken
t: t h'uw.tilsat it is not the only spee*hm)of Mi-flag to Algesiras, demandingthe surrender of that .The painting itself manifests the hand of a mas- about 8000 bags of American Cotton,) the dealers
.not kr wtht.wi th .hs not the- oiy speeci)o of place, which was refused by the .-..r. .:.r; and ter, andis.well preserved: but its chief value con- and spinners have also bought freely, and an ad-
rawi'ld,'wldheha),o-'liVe-.' th. rio, ofitc'd- that the women andchildren :. ..t tl...l i-.:,m St. sists mn its, being an original and true likeness of vance has taken place of about 1-2d perlb in the
lUery, that on rechartering the BSink ofthe Uaitcd Roque, to escape the expected attack of the'French Colum:mbs.;- as such to Aierientus it mut' bea prices of mostdescriptions,

The sales ofC':.t,'.r.n at -;1al-.-v.-, were very brisk
last week, amovtInI .:i,,.7 :.0 t..les, at an advance
of fully id.- per lb.
COFFEE.-The public sales bro't forward after
Tuesday last were considerable, consisting of 1286
casks 87 bags British Plantation, and 133 casks
627 bags Foreign Coffee. The sales may be stated
to have gone off readily at an advance of Is. a 2s.
on Dominica and Foreign Coffee in the middle of
the week, and at a decline of 2s. a 3s. on Jamaica
and Dutch; Jamaica good to fine ordinary 92s. a
102s. 6d.; middling 104s. a 109s. 6d ; good mid-
dling 110s. 6d. a 118s. 6d ; Dominica fine ordinary
100s ; middling to good middling 101s. 6d. a 110s.
6d ; good to fine ordinary Dutch 92s. a 107s; St.
Domingo good and fine ordinary 91s. 6d. a 93s. 6d;
Porto Rico good and fine ordinary 93s. 6d. a 100s.
6d; Havana good and fine ordinary 94s. 6d. a 96s.
6d ; Brazil ordinary to fine 83s. a 95s. 6d; 309
bags East India Coffee were also brought forward,
Cheribon ordinary 91s. a 91s. 6d ; 93 bales Mocha
taken in, middling quality, 112s. 6d. a 115s. On
Friday Jamaica Coffee recovered the former de-
pression, and a further advance was obtained on
Dominica; Jamaica good and fine ordinary selling
at 97s. a 106s ; middling to good middling 107.. a
123s. 6d; Dominica fine ordinary to good middling
1043. a 112s ; Dutch ordinary to fine ordinary 90s.
a 103s ; low to fine middling 106s. a 123s, 6d.
The public sale of Coffee this forenooon 2, 0
casks Dominica, went off 3s. a 4s. per cwt. higher,;
ordinary to middling '107s. 6d. a 112s.; good mid-
dling 115s. 6d. a 117s.
Imports since Imports since Exported Duty paid
1st January, 1822. Ist Jan. 1823. 1822 1323 1I22 1823
tons tons tons tons tons tons'
British Plant 3592 4831 2080 -2537 842' 966
St. Domingo 1040 677 3
Havana 421 780 2411 1232. ,
Brazil 513 272 ,
East India 1072 1613 908 562 37 47

6648 8173 5399 4331 819 1013
Brit. Plat. St. Demingo & Havana. Brazil E. I. Total tons
Stock 30th June 1822 1800 1510 50 1460 4820
Do. 30th June 1823 3150 2136 45 2430 7760
SUGAR.-Upwards of 2000 chests Havana Su-
gars were brought forward last week, after Tues-
day; very fine :white sold 42s. a 44s.; ordinary
and middling 34s. a 4is. ; yellow 26s. a 29s. 6d.;
.70 chests Brazil were -taken in, white 30s. a 39s.;
yellow at 25s.; 800 bags iengal Sugar went at
prices Is. lower, and only a small proportion sold;
white fair to middling 30s. a 32s. 6d. ; damp 27s.
6d. a 29s. 6d.
British Plantation Sugar.-Imports since Jan.
1, 1822, 3G666 casks; do. 1823, 58450 do.-Duty
paid, in 1822, 65700 casks; do. in 1823, .78600 do.
Stock in the warehouses and to be landed-1822,
13700 casks; in 1823, 26,000 casks.*
Foreign Sugar.-rImports since Jan. 1, 1822.-
Havana, &c. in 1822,'7:309 chests; do. Brazil, 296
chests and bbls. In 1823, Havana, 12592 chests ;
Brazil, 639 do. Exported in 1822, Hav. 10920
chests; Brazil, do. 540 tonis. Stock 30th June,
1822-Hav. 5650 chests; Brazil,'do. J;i i.-:...
East India Sugar.---Imports since January
1,1822,69935 bags ; 1823, 64140 bags. Export-
ed in 1822, 40,000 bags; 1823, 33500 do. Duty
paid, 1822, 32000 bags; 1823, 23000 do. Stock
30th June, 1822, 69500 bags ; 1823,56500 do.
WHEAT,&c.-Arrivals of Grain and Flour at
the port of London, in the 9 months ending June
29, 1822.-Wheat English, 383566 qrs.; Irish,
11372 do. Foreign, 42196 ; total, 437-134. L Ie,
English, 218650 qrs.; Irish, 2995 do.; Foreig-n,
20277 do.; total, 241922...Oats,.,E_ I.:t. 5.ir.l 1
qrs. ; Irish, 41372 do.; Foreign, 3. ; iuli,
653958. Rye, Englislh,2888 qs,, ;,Irist 5; Luto.)
2943. Flour, sks. English, 3o51489; Ir.,h, ,-li
Foreign, 5530; total, 356834s; 530 brls. : r.-
During the same period in 1823.-" l,, .-
lish, 287441 qrs.; Irish, 269Q do. ; 'Iu : .i,. ,
total 290491. Barley, ,Eng. 165033 qrs. Irsh,
1020 do.; total, 166053. Oats, Eng. 509503; I-
rish, 217111 ; For, '22q0, total ." .,:,.4. Rye,
.teng. 306 qrs. F.o,.;, Eu.i.,.. ., sack; Irish,
1494 do..; For. 6';35., sbl., :,'..:.'. sacks, 3350
bbls. Dhcrease of wheat, 146648; do barley,
75869 ; .:
Estimated stock of bonded ei-rain.in London, on
the 22d March, 1822.-Qrs. i h. ,,.i13949 ; Bar-
ley, 17956 ; Qats, 74184; cwt. Flour, 2339. On
the,21. June, 1823, qrs. wheat, 185441 ; .:.. l.a-
leyi't947'.; cwt. flour -712. Decrease in wheat,
8508. qrs.; barley, 9 do. .Increase of Oats, 516.
qrs. '
COCOA.-Imports since Jan. 1, 1822-West
India 1767 brN and bags ; do. Brazil, 536; total,
2303. 1823,'West India, 103 1.Brazil, 809; total
912. Exported since Jan. 1, 1822, W. I. 1322
bags; do. Brazil, 4200 ; total 5522. 1-823, W. I.:
72b ; Brazil, 1300 ; total,.2025. Stock 39th June
1822-eaesn India, '33S0; Brazil, *2170; total,
5550. 13, do. W,- I. 891 ; Brazil, 360; total,
1251 brls.'and bags.
By public sale on Friday last,40' casksi-Gi-ena-
da Cogoa, middling qtiality, s6ld1 01s. a 102s. 6d.
is very little dosng in Rums; Brandies'are l'6ok-
ing up on account of the weather ; iinGehe s' nou
By public sale this forenoon, 100 puns. strong
Jamaifa Rum, sold7at 30 a 35 0. P., 2s. ld. a 2s.
3d. twelve months in bond.
Rum imported since Jan. 1822-Jamaica, 2185
casks; Leeward 25812 do.. 1823, Jamaica, 42-69
casks; Leeward, 4031. Exported 1822-Jam.
and Leewards, 8789 cks. 1823, do. do. 8754.-
Duty paid on do. do. 1822, 5,845 cask'. 1823, do.
do. 6542do. Stock 30th June. in the warehouses
and to be landed, 1822. 21400 casks ; in 1823,
23350 do.
SPICES, &c.-By public sale on Wednesday,
90 bags Pepper sold 5 3-8 a 5 3-4. There is more
inquiry for Pimento, which is rather scarce. In
other spices there is no variation, and little busi-
ness d9ing.


Ship Eliza Jane. Lenther, (late Clark, who died
8 days since,) 22 days from New-Orleans, with
cotton, tobacco and lead, to P W Spicer, Foster &
Giraud, J Warren, Hurd & Sewell, and R L Lord.
Passengers, "essrs W G Hewes, A R. Taylor, J
Scallon, Pray, Tilghman, Sorbie, Clements, and I
other. Was towed down the river 2d instant by a
steam boat, in co. with brigs Two Viarys, Coffin,
and Financier, Waterman, both tor New-York-
Mr. J. Clark and family, and others were passen-
gers in the latter. Left at the town, ships Courier,
of Boston for New:York, 7 days; Columbia, of do.
for Amsterdam n;rea'dy; an Alexandria brig load-
ing ,or Providence ; Ann Maria, for NYork; Br.
ship Alexander, just arr. from Greenock; ships
Highlander, for 'llainmbi rg, 4th; Jano Corson, for
Philadelphia, ready; Tom Shields, for Pensacola;
Industry, for Campeachy. The Br. brigs Parker
& Sons, sailed 3 days before for Liverpool, and
Brothers, for London, day before. Met, below tlhe
Turn, ship Belle, Haskell, from NYork. 'Spoke,
8th inst. off the Tortugac, schr. Emigrant, from
Havana, for NYork.
Brig Clio, Baxter, 46 days from Rochelle, with
brandy and demijolhns, to F Pcltier, and the mas-
ter. Left, July 10, brig Jerome, Destebecho, for
NYork in 5 days, the only American vessel. Spoke,
July 20, lat. 44 20. 1It. 17, 35, schr Hannah, for
Boston, which left Rtochelle 8 days before, Aug.
14,1lat. 43, lon. 55, brig Olympia, from Gibralt'

for New-York. 16th, latitude 42, 19, longitude
60 20, barque Essex, 6 days from Boston. 18th,
lat 42,4, long 64, Br. brig Isabella, 10 days from
St. John, N. B. for Liverpool. 21st, lat. 41, 40,
long. 67 1-2, schr. News, 3 days out, for Martinique.
Schr. Andrew Jackson, Gold, 10 days from Tri-
nidad Island, with sugar, molasses and cocoa, to E.
Malibran, Tucker &Lauries, and P. Dastan.-
Passengers, Messrs. J. Woodward, and E: Ponvert.
Left, brigs Washington, Gaylard, for Middletown
in 15 days; Orion, Smith, Boston, 10; Belisarius,
Merrill, of Kennebunk, dise : schrs. Susan, Ames,
front N. York, do -: Ida, for. Baltimore, 6. Sailed
in co. schr. Julia, Hall, for Boston. Brig Only
Son, for Boston, sailed 3 days before. Spoke, on
Thursday, lat. 34, long. 72, an herm, brig from
Martinique for Providence.
Schr. Rover, Abeille,,12 days from Mayaguet,
Porto.Rico, with sugar, coffee, and molasses, to the
master. Left, brig Otter, Keating, of Boston,
(captured by a P. Rico privateer on her passage to
Laguira) condemned. Two Spanish vessels of
war (a brig and schr.) arrived 13th inst. from Por-"
to Cavello, with 300 troops. The Porto Rico pri-
vateer Scipio, was cruising off Laguira.
Schr. Chesapeake, Baldwin, 8 days from Rich-
mond, with tobacco and flour, to Gallagher & Ma-
son, C. Dubois & Co. D. Bethune & Co. C. W.
Rogeria, J. Wilson, and the master. -14 passengers.
Aug. 21, spoke, in the river, schr. Robert, Burns,
from N.York for Richmond.
Schr. Hector, Mister, 6 days from Richmond,
with wheat, to B. U. Coles.
Sloop Express, Bulkley, 4 days from Boston,
with merchandize, to Spofford, Tileston & Co. H.
Cary & Co. J. Nesmith & Co. Stone & Sigourney,
T. Quin, aind others.

Q Office of the Statesman.
BOSTON, Aug. 25.-Arrived, brig Duxbury,
Drew, 67 days from Marcella and Palermo, and 45
from the rock. of Gibraltar. Spoke, lat. 43, 30,
long. 47, brig Four Sisters, 52 days from Mar-
seilles, obr Boqton; lat. 42, 27, long. 59S 30, rig
Baltimore, Moody, 7 days from N. Y.rk f-:.r A.,t-
werp; lat. 42, 13, long. 62, 30, brig Ph ioiu o 4-;
days from Gibraltar, for N. York, supplied her
with a bbl. of bread. Left no Amer.. vessels at Pa-
Sloop Mechanip, Bassett, S day-s from N.York.

PHILADELPHIA, August 26.--Arrived, Ship
Venus, Champlin, 48 days from London, with mer-
Brig Ruth, Tear, 20 days from Gil.r-Ltar via
Cadiz, with salt and quicksilver. L I' ai Gibr.'it:, .
ships Adriana, Phillips, of P'lhil', l.pi;;a, .<-cL. ;
Hunter, Midrtib;'do. do.; Pot-ia, !.:,r P,.w- .:, ,
in 3 days; Ann &4 Hope, Page. :i I'r.-.. idenci-, :..r
Canton, soon ;'bngs Merced, -.' Nev -tY.rki,,:.:
Ruby, fi-6m ew-York,-d:ch.; fi f i-r.tr m, do. .-..:
Marseilles, of and from Nw-Y-ork, diseh.;.4sc'h
Elizabeth, from Boston, netit (Iay. The shijfiChi-
na, of New-York, sailed thi; i. t',i.: .: r Spain
and the schr nAUl.lar :. I' I -, "- i i| -'. with
provisions for CJ.. Spoke lat 18, 28, lon- 59,
58, brig Atlantic, from'Demerara, bound ito St.
Johns, (N. F.) out 13day.'
Brig Pleiades, Lyle, 60 days rom' Liverpoil,
with merchandise. i' epu
Brig Argus, C-l1 -"ti ,',;2 du j i..m Mat'-ulles,
with wine, &c.! '
B..s A-.' ; ", A '.I-,:. lr, I J3 's frromn'i.:w--York.
i m-rTwo Lo .:.-thers, I :al ,ii. 'l3iav s f-roir :w-

_i \LT[iTOR C. Aug. 25...--ATlved,-schr..'iRaier,
'.:.,.,.:,..il,..la:,..l, 13 days, coffee, e,,logwood, and
,i. L-f,. -.:hr -[ope.Return, Baker, for Nevw-
Yo:.rl. si0 3 d. :'13 .
Super9iorj, '. lIeld.., 17 days-from Aquin, coffee.
Left, rth i,,,. :i'.ia.;ut, Harrade's, for New -York,
in3 -Jd ;
B si.:.- ship Belvidera, Hobson, 44 days from
Liverpool, dry goods and hardware. Aug..6th, lat
43 N lon 48 W passed a,ship with a black mark in
her :.. -.:.p- idI-:a' i, .iF[.p E.EJd I., -. lb e packet
of th. :.th .11,til,' l,-. NYX-. k lo Lio r|l,,'... Al J.A
18th, ~' ,i- a si', i f:.tf Nasi.-.:l;,t, l1i ., N. Ion
70, W'. supposed from.Falmouth, for New-Yorjk.-
Schi-, Sam, Dameron, Gibraltar,,51 dams,,sal}t
PORTLALD, Aug.-'23.--Arrived, brig Hid,
Marwiek, Havana, molasses. Left, A'ug. 1,i-l.rs'm,
Mercator, Taylor, of Portland, for N York, 5- da'
Fair, American, Thaser, do. d. heaving ,it 'to,
'caulk; Rapid, Thompson, of NYork, 39 day fl m
Havre, for-Mobilhe,; laying off and on. *' '
Sloop Attfs, Drifikwater, NYoi. "
BOSTON. Aug. 23.-Arrived, ship Albioni-Ae,
_.Stockholm, 51,.ays, Elsineur," 42.' ,Sailed-i'.-t
brig Midas, for NYork.
Schr Elizabeth,. Mell us, New-York. ,''. .-
At Quarantine, barque Mary, Hooper, Fort Riy-
al, 20 days, molasses., Marketsidull,miolasses'sca-rc
and high.
SchtTwo Sons, Stevens, Barbadoes, 19, molas-
ses. Sailed in co. ship Adifana, Pierce, for New-
Yorki having lost her three topmasts, puttmin'ar-
badoes to repair. Same day, ship Neptune, 'wrown,
for New-.York-she was from a wahling .VO c3.ge,
and touched for Provisions. Spoke, 21st, Ul.r
Hazard, Higginis, for New-York.
Brig Telemachus, Crosby, Surinam, 24day. rmc-
lasses ; brig Charles Amburger, Savage, Havaii,
17 days, sugar and coffee. Left, ship .\dmiit .....
Richardson, New-York, 14; U. S. ships 11or.m-t,
from a cruise, and Peacock, from Vera CruZ, Tap.
pico, and Key West, all well, just arrived.' '
Aug. 24.-Schr Charles, Chase, 45 days frin m
Bilboa, shells. Leftno American vessels.
Sloop Delight, Nichols, NYork, 7 days.

At New-Orleans, 28th ult. Litut. Horace-C. St( -
ry, of the U. S. Corps of Enineer, Sfuperintendal.t
of thIe wor-ks erecting at Fort P11qtueniind, I
At Mobile, 21st ult. iMr. David Hallock, of Y.
York, ship carpenter.
Deaths at Philadelphia, last week, 112--inclu- -
ing 15 of cholera morbus, 10 of debility, 26 offever
and 8 of measles.
Deaths at .New-Orleans, during the week ending.
28th ult. 27. including 2 by malignant fever.
Drowned, on Sunday last, from on board the
sloop June & Sally, Francis, of Troy, on her ms.-
sage from this city, between Phillip's and Spiten
Devil Creek, John Gilbert, a native of Wales.-.
Had on when drowned, a pair tow cloth pantaloon,
flannel shirt, and striped vest ; he had a.large star
on the back part of ithe head. Should the above
person be found, a line addressed to' Voorhees .
Ford, No. 37 Front-street, New-York, stating
where the deceasedis found, will be thankfully re-
ceived by his disconsolate widow

A eo ioaoos, ,iy Ed ln'*s, at lw prices.
Vtl.y fxensire collection is now opening', the
caitaloguo of which is now remadv, atd can be exam-
ined at my office. Particulars in futurcn papers.
A complete set of the new stereotype Ger man edi.
iinu of thie Greek anid Latin classics, also a 'few of
tlhe select works, generally used in our seminaries,
are for sale by- WM]. A. COLMAN,'
a.1.- 4S Wiliiam-street.
Sceived by u BLISS ii I. WHITE. 128 Broad-
way, The Pleasures o; Povertv1 by dolomon South-
wick, price 50 ccnts5
" Sweet mirc the uses of adversity
\\ which like the toad, ugly and venomous,
Wears yet a precious jewel in his head."
Let me embrace these sour adlversities-
aFor wise mucu) sayt t is (Ie wisest curse."

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times we may e lSti r that he has lost nothing of
S-SURNAMES. his Carbonari spirit. Bells, however, acknowl-
".'M$nwreoncesurnamedfromtheirshapeorestate, edge the authority of the powers that be; their
S Yeu all may from history worm it,) suffrages obey the influence of the clergy, tolera-
There was Lewis the Bulky, and Henry the Great,- bly shrewd calculators of the most beneficial chan-
John Lackland, and.Peter the Hermit. ces of loyalty, and yet the brazen mourners must
Butnowv,when'thpoort.platesofMisters ahdDames sometimes be in a sad dilemma between their sor-
-Are read, each so constantly varies row for the loss of the old, and their joy at the ac-
Fromtheowner'strade, figureandealling,surnames cession of the new king. Like Garrick between
Seem given by the rle of contraries.' Tragedy and Comedy, we may imagine them quite
at a loss which expression to assume, whether to
Mr Box, though provoked, never doubles his fiat, toll a knell or ring a peal, or strike a serio-comic
Mr. Burns in his grate has Ho fuel, chord between the two. Affection for thie dead
Mr. Playfair won't catch me at hazard or whist, might be construed into disaffection for the living,
t Mr. Coward was wing'd in a duel. h but a reigning sovereign has so much more power
Mr. Wisteisa dunce, Mr. King is a Whig, of patronage than a defunct one, that they gene-
Mr. Coffi's uncommonly sprightly, rally obey the injunction of the royal Henry to his
And huge Mr. Little broke down in a gig, impatient heir,
While driving fat Mrs. Golightly. G Go bid the merry bells ring to thine ear
t Mrs." Drmkwater's apt to indulge in a dram, That thou art crowned, not that I am dead."
Mrs. Angels 's an &abc.lite fury. Could the bells of even this sequestered village
And meek Mr. Li.n let fi-r,:e Mi. Lanlb church, said I to myself, recall to us with their
Tweak hi., nose l the lobby of LIDr'r. iron tongues the various and often contradictory
At Bvith, here lihe feeble c more thall the stout, occasions, when the passions of man have called
(A conduct well worthlU of Nero,:' forth their echoes, what a humiliating record of
*Orer poor Mr. Lighllot, conlioeJ wihthhe CouLt, human nature would they present! Accession of
lyi HearLiside danced a iolero. king after king, public tumult and struggle, curfew
tad- wn, h e, d hecho. Mr a Love, nd toesin, civil and foreign war, victories and
o' iwr-.hIi ..aidwh. a icho. Mr. Love, ace generation upon generation knelled into the
Found nothing butin orroiw await hr; chliturch-yard, and again a new king or a new war,
.She now iolds in w.edlo,:l, at s tUe i, a iJove, and fresh victories and another peace, forming but
.That fundest eo mate, Mr. Iter. a recommencement of the old circle of events, ever
ir. Ord.astle dwelin a m...deri-bliltnew and yet the same, ever passing away and re-
Miss Stage isoli m-Jiacal-s tiei ari.l neurring, in which Nature perpetually moves!
Of all the queer balielc i s Cpid r cuIt, Like allother publichistory, they would announce 1
i. Old Mr. Younghlusbautl ti Li. larch't. to us little but suffering and crime; for tranquillity, h
Mr. Child, i a pa-Ision, kn.ie;l;.i .Jo Mr. Rxk, happiness, and virtue seek not to be trumpeted
NMr. Stone, liks an s-pet-lf ,itrr, forth by their brazen clarion: and even if they
Alis Pool uicd to irin.- tut til'i -iJ: lil:c a (-c.ek, unfolded to uis the annals of private life, how often
Ever sincee lie beimime IMrs. Iii er.. would they have to tell us of fleeting joys and en-
b Mr. Sw;ft bobble: toward., a a. uril kiinor l,:,w, during sorrow, of sanguine hopcs and bitter dis-
He move as though cord. li.i.l nt% c1nei6. lIn1, appointment!
SMi: Mlecail n ao Li, uponi m. O nr in ,I cOe, Reaching the gate of the church-yard, as this 1
With palel Mr. Turubull behii.J Inltu. reflection passed through my mind, the first monu- t
r. Ba 'as mue a: the fih n ment I encountered -was that of my relative Sir I
Mir. Ba e nue a: the hh in thei ci: Ralph Wyvill. How well do I remember the
.I MIr. jevfE 4 mc,\eo i a jr.E.I, morning-f his marriage! The ringers loved him, i
Mr. Go sits up ull hallalt.-i tiiee, for 'he would sometimes mingle in their sport.
.-Mr. M epeace was bred an at..rnEcy. They pulled the ropes with the lusty and willing
Mr. Gardener can't tell a ftee..)i Irou, a r.:,ot., aims of men whp had quaffed his ale and pocketed Y
Mr..V.WlJewith imsi.Jay ..Iraeis lacK. his monev; the bells threw their wide mouths up v
Mr. Ryder perform. all hs i,,rsi. oil i-.ot, into the air, and as they roared the glad tidings to
.*Mr. Fdote'all hi.;urrney ,m hbar;:k.,tal the earth, till every hill-top echoed back the
'Mr. Penny, wvhoseTi'aher was aolln; i., n eithi, sound, they seemed to cry outto the Heavens- e
Kick'J Jdown ajil the lortiici i'., dad ioiI, Ring out ye, crystal spheres, (
Laige Mr. Le reter's tiE p.:tur,.- oi health, And let your silver chime t
Mr. Gopdeaeough ii but a tad. oie. Move in melodious time,
Mr. Cruicksbaak s-ept itu three th:.iia.y.i ;a ,r. And let the base of Heaven's deep organ blow." o
.tif" S1036w;ag'[Jl to'au h're,'-- l[t'-alr From every octagon brick chimney of the ancient o
Sow. hope ou ll ackuosvIc-.JIse made Lt .i,it hll, wreaths of smoke streaked the clear sun- t
uroame. ever go by ca ir c ,oiie. shine,-1-cheerful evidence of the old English hos-
pitality and the extensive preparations for the
S THE ILLAGE BELLS. marriage-feast that were operating within :- a
S friends anh' relatives were seen interchanging b
f'tscri 6.1 ;lil ; t t.-'. o a shakes of the hand and cordial congratulations
i. r I os, i. l- iI I servants were bustling- about in inew 'liveries and
I..z. ,Ic 'm ; Dom. piie, ,.., .g:o1, hug nosegays ;-the smart postilions, with white
I .i.'i aI,. i ii. '" favors in their caps, were- cracking their whips u
I ha' "sder for a u Le i and their.jokes at.the gate;-the train of carriages u
horni throdu f1r a ug r em, e ,, with be-ribboned' and be-flowered coachmen,
..or ,g, -thdt the uc-e -dlii- made a goodly.and glittering show;-gossips and
uwqoded lt s fies co'nd ,ri e ,e,.Jn -, .,- stics, in their ha.,d. -. :.i,,:- clustered about
wnod oet, eit pond.r,,; pLil : tll 1 .J:,I, ,.,j olJ, the church-doors and windows;-
wIer. ItJboir deeper :liii' mer, s c.xi ii )i;.i-l .
e.-.hseg tb i hehotun uof lublin Hlto', iJand l,a. r... "Quips and cranks and wanton wiles, c(
iaicout'lalw might hair. inrt'nd I'.m, tli ... _-l Nods and n beks and wreathed smiles," ai
th l wtint I a.na is. lli-, il-id in Liacelu flickered 'upon, every countenance; and every t
e .aoutret aUt la.. in.'..1 ti.,'v. ta clh.t- tongue prophesied that thie happy couple would
jr ml-'ludio-laa pI,; u-: l..C', h'iirt, ji', be "permanently blessed,'mbr.the. bridegroomn was m
'tlhe itree- gr.inig aiiJually tlunirr young and rich, the riaiden fond and fair. Such, al
-'Lgth ,ipon a naill .iwu, ,u II..i however, are the 'predictions with which every
.9'WaS hpi,:'0e % wa tei, dJhtcd alh.nc. I ,u wedditgi is solemihized; andii'sell attering visions ni
tl 'c a few ts -iaa:-"I roia, Trirov-' L i, r 1 if the fifure- prove t6o o ften lldusory, it is to be
sel.disswn.ip.c it' a .n- u, I wi: l u..: iI.i il., tL.i d t .- i,,' .'.: a1 lot of humanity, rather
arrelloun tlianoparesi:y of the i min.Jd el-i.:.:,', .'irn a, i'L I ,t defectss in the marriage A
w which i'emnbicJ ninrrmr spread oit upon ih.. system. .
tgriaji reflection; er:.ry':.L.ei:t i. irhi, .:q,,eiir:.! Although le seemed to possess all.the constitl- v
,nook-with a; precision .tiitt a,:itualy ....nt'.li'i d g p. e iats:' .: -, jJgili hapir:..nt:: -, thi: a nii; 'iit au ir : ,g,
prWhe a.iou;b v its, er ; .. tarn.:'.. Ne 1. :r -i -.:. i, Ralphi'. rieun.. '. i .:.Ji, d ii r...J;- .: pi .
lerfe,,a iee of aimirrr. The blue ,ie..ttll o l 1 f r.. l : I ..I i.1 A.. .'fn- j v :. .A ardour to u:
1iUfli U he ,cCli ,oulhi.ir amu. ial..i.t, i; .r.i ] l. i ii t l-.'.-- ti l i..ii '..il :i hli'e ci ,,::. On his g
".sihB'mde-ly--,aioling a ltugi, tat' e ,i. iit-hi i..:. .l wwedding-day 1 had seen h1mr, in this very church- s-
.heein .p'irt bc I-. ire me, bt.ii .1 .-... 'it yard, step firo his carriage flushed with youth and
M-fAl__ mvietl an odernen.'ang reva, n, y d':. ;itr vigour,an'-elasticspecimneof marly beauty. Li- co
.I sef, so perlettyi reprc-ilt.I brie w u t.t 'i.- ving c. i n.: li-mi -r.i....i JJ : -. i -. in. t i, i.1 atlast ai
-min& 'e.ery demoostrati.:.llu au;ai.k with i .tbei.t- lJ ia- m bolr. o1.:.1 u...'- r.t. ih. t :.-,,e -pot, arid n
"'titing'head, as'if preparing ro It-ep iJ u.u uic -fertaki-i I ii.r:.w 'he.''tlic d.- .. -:rri....iiini.1 ofthose
r- e Tishtilii.) v opponent.- A .qia I r -' lemod 1.. hi isr, hetih that l'.It run;, h '- ii a ii, p.-al on his
rituining up to me Co.it 'if L h.:. -: ..u ti; tru it hrr swii 0'ni .i -l,.,' .t li ..-h .- t, r.. .r'"its sad fr
t'h rtiellected-tree, upon wh"os'-"esirem. brant,,.he ir d ;iohary til l'r hi bIrI'il--i .u:-', *.i..-! dong! i1
A.'itirash at wiping, as if ii.n'r, tc,:. Ie' itr-m ih: .~,'g !"-s liii a corinti.a.r d .1 the !.:..ne I.rneent!-
bottom of the little iake. Oitecr t u'_n t ca 1,' L. r- ry ;IhutIic s' a -.: :,i.-- in II.1.-n, .... m 'the old d
.-air, a they lliltered aLo e, -ir.- eeir r'tlecred ti hall,-it c-bIir.iri,', w t- .. -aid n.J m .'-.i:..- .ss- the P
.-the wave beueatu, iritmle files no an. ,a theu, is,.' ie house l:i.:..e J l.:rilori i a'. d.: .:- i,:.- ifthere th
,'dartod Like metLeoori athr (it I-:ie i. ,iiamir l.:,..I were u. l-iraii lt ImI e ithirn it. fl .. ni.:e jovial
birds anim boughs and zkei',- if hal :iem'Ints cand a rste ,'f t:al t l-,anart aani.,':.rn ra b-...ane slowly ay
-.lIeir.-'eime p*Lie inlabtitian1 Were all' e.ilitis.ei. j [.:.- I':a it gatlr-- b.eafil th[,. -tiblo e 0ie ,-.:.l hearse;
getfier As l perused tihf cro.--re..i,', 4 io Nature- tlhe,- y .arrila an-a iTli- i.-r n.:.t..: I,... --::, -f which
with a comnimlnaeent iadi iratLicu, the ri.auug t-' I, : i r-i c; r' c':.Jd, Iil 'l.I a ii un ]... ;..ry of his m
t.r .ed' toweaias me fioram a netihhb.,iriu; ila,-'.- [,res.'nit lt t.!' .:r a' .ii'ltir. ', I L) I.. iter evi-
-.melodio.us clinme el it bell;, w'tlil P the eiho.:- r e ti' n h. :r .th:.ur !.ii. -i l f I -I iI -.,u.;erity of fr
o liich [ at not only been launLear m mi tI:c,,T thl r ri ml; a i |:'r.:..,- "..' .-ia.:I,., Tith the m
"d yi, bdhtLha -'.often .stolen In tohe brllfiy to i:'sr'.an:ia i't, ug" .:.1' a b, -.:...' 1I i'ie rear; th
'ariken tuiie myil thlmlouglh, I iia r mei ted t !r. :.-'ca- i, .....r :- Ir ...- ; tt- ,h r-.: i spoke to
in f.ellauon oo a ,snietlil-c mrtg-el., I tuned t i-.'anotliher "ii a i .:r p -. h ,iis i '.-v- reigned m
"ftless :teps towiardS the neiinar, as the so.sud di,.j among the assemblage, only broken by the deep toll de
IWay upon ti .wInd, and again stanierval il -w t f'the.passing bellI; and'thus did I follow thebpdy tr
iai.miitea ap5a, the a., muiin: u.po thi almosit- i thti.finisly ,: pulchre, and heard the hollowi'di- -
gtrrgotfa'Fleehu s witl, % hi-hI I bAdJ li-ttind iato the ihnu ol 0 her ';an and gravel as they were cast downua
ai i~slalow lun.ns in my clidbho-id,-anticipating upon the culin-lid of the corpse that was once Sir tl
tep period, nuw ra.pidl-,y appria.-ini_,- when I Ralph-Wyvill. c. .'
sahould-iie in the earth i..:c.iia hm, d,.e.f,:, th.-, Thet- is.iot adell or cover, a woodland or plain ac
BPif peals-hand-whirp.:itng to mycel- in the for many miles aroundthat has not.echoed to his
b.aultlful word.of AloCoie *. Stentorian view:hallo nay even the church itself
That other bird- wculd r.'il ti..s Jelis, and the hollow mansions of the dead, fot he was no ple
S.- Ad lica t -le t. tli,- eutg beltl. ;"' respecter. oflooalities, have rung with the same cry. Al
.me' 1i fel int.:- a ra ta l on Where is that-tongue now ; The huntsman might lt
A fell int.h a n T n l thought ,upon the, w.e-. r.wind his horn, .the, whole pack give cry, and the
syTpI, and comnneion that eitewen tr-- fmlk- i -1.1 ,mi- t.ii- t shouts atte very mouth of fr
sonoou ehro i,.ler-: au.Jd th. pill,.e l t,. ry .1" il, h, t,,Ir, v-, t ,.:. I -,veakening the keent sportsman ac
a u.tryeas a e ra- its ,ic.ce.i p t and.J h . i ,,., ,--.-, ,,, -t-: ...- p darkness. Ti,.: i..,.. ,,whose Ri
idn. ulaeery :rts, pr.mI. lt,I. loud smack pronounced a fiat. upon claret, fro'b
.[In the ,ben,'e ,- u an, ou.,er nau,:.-snal mfi.-I. I. whichthelre was no a-i: .1- i ,i ir t now ?-t a
.us 1ot ,d -di to appropritei- t o,eir r [ I t banquetfor the worni ,,l i L....II, 1,l I-,.:. reconvert- ca
-wet is uOl.ubl-tedly ,:,ur t-xcrlu,e p[rc.prm-y-thl e into dust. And perhaps, ere those bells shall .for
art.o rrium char, upun lijr.;m-bell, 1,,is-. have rnmig in another-heoy year, and awakened a an
Ethd. has beau .oettrn .rmed ".th.. rnli- ir"i new race of candidates for the grave, the hand that
i lal. Although i> be simply a mncloy.lth ......t. traces these thoughts, and thle eye that reads them, sis
sirucuon ol rmiiir aealt it. f.:thl oal c,,- ,. may be laid also in the earth, withei-ed-decom- Co
derable oerce in lice am, ety ,-f ,rciilhas,-,:., a'id pounded- dust! "' fey,
the diVeeried Sti ee,. ,11 I cunsonuua.uea a p tIh u
.sounal, prodimc-l. ,Maii, ...fthem bear the names w -- hu
of their eaoar'ni, i', i: c us..id fair to be rung { -- -n. ya

c-i.e i taking part is a teal has never been deem- THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 1823. to
edn igiunbl crunr.re: tci It attested by the fact,
that, ne hase itS.-sii r pectable associations for d t*a A
practiing; and pei p.eila.sti. the art, particularly rcuicstantial Ersidence.-A story is going the fro
one knaon by he thie tru. ul the College Youths, of rounds of the. papers, respecting the execution Be
which Sir MalttheWh Hale, Lord Chief Justice of some years ago of a John C. Hamilton, in Ken- fec
The King's Beuch, s, in his youthful days, a i cmstantial evidence of ec
member. Exchtit'ely of the delight .arising from cy c ted on ccumstanial evidence of
the melody inelfas at tfl...au h:l..it '.lnJ.I,;ning hill murder; and stating that a man lately executed wil
and ]ale, tower and hemlet. lit hian -a be sweeter in Mobile, had confessed thathe was the murderer,
or moresoothimgthan all sh.air aO,:ili.ri- thoughtugt and that Hamilton was innocent: and hereupon
connected with a ncrtv peal el till -,e Iells?. An- reupon
nouncin te Sabbath-min tanac-lct-.:illmon day an attempt is made to embarrass the administra-
01 rest, ihen, we all Ceasc lra:tn oii i-il., they re- titm of criminal law in this country, by bringing rea
mind u, that rue oirit'Iegst ol tI.:,m.- svb.:.: lot is la- into disrepute, and seeking entirely to exclude cir- nim
bour, will nt:wc b.t:ti ln tcmlre; iT, w.heentgarb cumstantial evidence. Without entering into ai wil
and with cheerful Li-Ic-s 0o lli.: Tri'l:.?., where'all -
the clildren of tec G.a-t ihrcult. withoutt distinc- investigation here of the truth or falsehood of thle tra
tion oi rank, a'mn.- blc ic-gae-Imer t.o ,..Ir up. their above story, (which there are many chaices to
general tltamk.:-gtmmgi. N-othiog 'it bL more ha-e oee, is.utterly false) our purpose now in alluding '
rural than th, iuoi ,is ctiml CGear pr lii- put into a
themoath .of Alesatier b.lkc, to express tiu e to it is, as far as' our influence may effect such a f i-
desolation and solitude of the uninhabited island object, to countervail the sickly tone of feeling, fki"
on which he ha.d been east. with which it has been the fashion.to treat such inn

"The onrid of thilic liurch-g--..iig bell, subjects. It is too notorious, that under our laws, jaro
These al. Ii,:,ud t it nefer hlicard the right hand of justice is seldom reddened wxitl fede
Nev.-r si d t l o ILmath ou d 'at cu li, .I l. a
Or 'miled whenn a absith appenr'd." blood; and that the spirit of our institutions, as P
Of all the p,,bl.: dittie;a Fn nb beli ar. ,allcd much as that of our people, is averse from taking
upon to perl'srm, th r nost put.zulig pitd emb rrars the life even of acknowledged criminals. In such
sink mur ie I'hc .dti ap|.i.rtiGIinMi of teemr ealty a state of things, there is no plea of necessity for ,
to the old au oi v n.Ctsa, caI eng thie former- making appeals to the humanity and compassion of iiii
dje4, we acre gnitng to say, but kings never die;- -
wlnhen he ea-ssa toi eu, and i undr thenecessitv men against any of the means by which guilt is
ofiyiag int the. dust the head which has worn a sought to be detected and established. And the pla
crown. Deitlh is a sad radical: Horace assures public opinion,if it must be invoked at all, should on
,s. tllat et c in-hiis days it was a. matter of perfect nt
i.differenc- to the ghastly destroyer 'whether he rather be invoked on the side of justice, than of nt
aHned his dart at the towers of kings, or the ho- -mercy. In no country in the world, has thepowerof cy
vbis of the peasantry; and in these revolutionary" pardoning been more abused than in this. In none, mci

(we Say it delibrrat ti
at all, is the chance oW ea
pital offence, so great i puni
with regret, we have seen jou
circulation, and respectable stan
dissemination of what we consid
dangerous doctrine on this su
them chiefly the Evening Post,
sence of its editor, seems on moe
to have got into strange hands.
For ourselves,-we have long
that in most litigated cases, c
dence was the least fallible of a
cumstances will not lie, and g
cannot be so combined, as that a
tion may not, if there be collusion
interest or passions, the prejudi.
ing witnesses may lead them to
varicate, and even to forswear
the impassive clay, which reveal
unconscious knife, whose blood
notes the guilty purpose to which
plied, these dumb and uninia
speak a language which sophistry
nor vice corrupt.
If the force of circumstantial evi
murder particularly, is to be rc
blow would be thereby given t
human life. The assassin would
do his bloody work alone, and un
men ; and though the finger of (
afterwards point him out as the
there should rise one from the
against him, he is to be absolved.
o crime we need not here, where
ess fiery than in other lands, and
s already greater.

.1Mleeting of the Court of Errors
yesterday the proclamation of th
'ening the Senate for the 15th p
marking an error which a friem
ed out to us, relative to the time
Court of Errors. It is stated in t
hat they were to meet on the
whereas, upon reference to our fi
n the 13th August, we extracted
lhe State paper, tie following not
In Error,
Ordered, That when this Court
djourn to meet again on the 8th:
er next. J. F. BA
As this purports to be an offlic
er from the minutes of the Cour
undoubtedly correct; and the Co
until the 8th September,

Conclusive Evidence against
Mr. J. Q. Adams' opposition to
me game laws of France and E
nurse for a rule to America) is a
nd undeniable proof of his i:,ab:
me duties, or execute the office
chief Magistrate of these free :
sander inl chief four militia, our
Ad our volunteers.'
This rhapsody of nonsense is
amber of a writer, under the
republicann of '98," in the Easte
dams opposed the abolition of th
,', r ..... "' is unfit to be

haws have any force tion and fnal terminationi; and that all;!iortlh ani
l, on trial for a ca- south, ought to share the burden of the mighty andc
istherefore praiseworthy work of abolishing the "debasing
ty. It is thereforlegacy of our ancestors." From this politeness
rnals of extensive and the remarks with which you introduced my
ading, aiding in the communication, I am encouraged to take my pea.
er erroneous again, though not so soon as I have wished.
You ask, sir, why the silence of the friends in
object : and arnopg this country ? I shall not give to them, nor to the
which, in the ab- thousand others of our countrymen, who, at the
re topics than one, tremendous sight of two million of fellow men in
bondage, are filled with apprehension and bitter
regret, an excuse for their silence and inactivity ;
been of opinion, yet suoh is our government, that it cannot be pe-
mircumstantial evi- titioned for any direct act that shall bring slavery
all evidence. dir- to a termination in our country. The constitution
of our union forbids the interference of thie na-
-enerally speaklog tional government with slavery in the several
accurate investiga- states, except to a certain extent therein stipu-
on, detect it. The lated ; and that extent does not reach to the
adoption of any measures that will compel its
ccs or vices ofliv- abolition. It is on this account, doubtless, that
misrepresent, pre- the friends of the abolition of slavery in the United
r themselves : but States have been silent.-And this, it appears to
Is a footstep; the me, precludes the abolition in our country by any
direct act of government; yet there is a wav, a
dstamned haft de. feasible" way, thcuygh it will cost much benevo.
ch it has been ap- lent exertion, and impose many burdens-but in
issioned witnesses ousr free government, where improvement is to be
ry cannot pervert, effected by persuasion rather than by coercion, it is
ry cannot pervert, the better way. It is the voluntary union
throughout our country of all those who truly be-
dence, on trials for lieve that "all men are born free," and who are
ejected, a serious 'lot only desirous to give to all their fellow-men
S' their equal rights, but to free our boasted republic
o the security of fronm thie debasing inconsistency of slavery', in a
then only have to manner to carry forward the various departments
observed of other of the mighty work, which are indispensable to the
Pod iceef c1 accomplishment of the object in a way that is de-
God himself shall sizable. There must be immense s ine expended.
murderer, unless Our own freedom and independence, then three
tomb to testify millions of people, were not bought but at the
Such incentive price of millions of money and much noble blood ;
and the righteous emancipation of the two million
e passions are not of slaves cannot be effected but by great expense,
d where impunity though it may be without blood.-And, Sirs, there
must be much of that enthusiasm for the rights of
man which our fathers had, through which they
s.-We published readily yielded up their money and comforts, and
e Governor, con- even their blood, to gain the object, before the
Governor, con- slaves shall possess a desirable liberty. Here
?roximo, without slaves 'are in the depths of ignorance-they must
id has just point- be enlightened-unaccustomed to selfgovernment,
of meeting of the they must be taught-the property of their masters,
they cannot be freed without their consent, and
the proclamation, making to them a satisfactory compensation-in
e 1st September, capable of elevation to equal rights in the midst of
les, we find, that our white population, they must be placed in a
from the A country by themselves, and there watched over
Sthe Argus by ourgovernment till competentto maintain their
ice: own independence. Now, Sirs, to accomplish all
'April 2d, 1823. this, much labour must be endured, much money
t adjourns, it will paid. But shall the lovers of fi-eedom, the friends
aday of Septem- of the free gospel of him who went about doing
CON, Clerk." good, and at last gave his life a ransom for the
al copy of the or-- world, shrink from the glorious work of freeing and
y of teor i raisincm g to the enjoyment of equal rights,.piviliza-
rt of Errors, it is inis nd christianity, to millions of people and
urt will not meet their posterity, because it shall cost them some-
thing to immortalize themselves by the deed ?' Sons
of the warriors 01l our independence, would you
Mr. Adams, surround your brows with wreaths of glory like
the abolition of those that crown your lather's with imperishable
England (and of honour ? Behold the field where they may be gath-
* rmost wonderful ered-gathered, too, without slaughter; willh
ility to conceive sweeter satisiaction, therefore, shall they be worn ;
of President or for they shall not be put oni with the bitter reflec-
itates thee et- tion, that they' have beeu gathered at the point of
army', o er navy the sword, which has drunk the blood of many
frie~s and fos. A true Jmeirnoh lr-

taken from the
signature of" A
!rn Argus. Mr.
he game laws int
President of the

7. S.. Admirable logic Besides, what were the
ame laws to him? and how could he be called
pon to oppose or defend them' This is almost as
ood. an argument as the Advocate finds in what is
lled the coldness of Mr. Adams manner :-a
oldness which repels sycophants and adventurers;
nd therefore, says the, Advocate, "We'll have
one of him,"
By the way of Edgartown, we have received
om an obliging Correspondent at Lima, the fol-
-wing letter, accompanied by various documents,
detailing the history of the political transactions in
ern. We shall make it our business to peruses
hem carefully, and give such anftabstract of them,
s they may seem to demand.
LIMA, May 2d, 1823.
I had hoped ere this to have been able to cqm-
unicate to you the expulsion of the Spaniards
om Upper Peru; and although that pleasure
ust be deferred some time, still I flatter myself
hat time will, not be more than three or four
onthms. The defeat of the liberating division un-
er Alvarado, although at the moment very dis-
essing, may, froinm the circumstances which have
isen fi-rom it, be considered as a benefit, rather
an a disadvantage to the cause. By its means a'
rrupt government has been displaced, and an
tive, popular man made President. If you read
refullly the Documentos" which I have the
measure herewith to accompany, you will see that
varado was sacrificed, after having been deceiv-
throughout by the former govetnmnent:-and
m the Gazettes you will perceive the zeal and
tivity of thi ,iresent President, Don Jose de la
iva Aguero..
The enemy have. their. head-quarters at Huan-
yo, on the other side of the Cordillera. Their
ce' amounts 'to about four thousand infantry,
d twelve hundred cavalry. The force here con-
ts of about six thousand men, exclusive of lthe
ilombians. There are already two thousand
e hundred of them liere, and three thousand six
ndred.more are now twenty days out from Gu a-
quil, and may be hourly expected. Besides
use two divisions, one thousand five hundred are
come, and maybe expected in about ten days.
force of not less than three thousand is to come
in Chili, as you will perceive by the Gazettes.
livar is also expected daily. All this is the ef-
t ofthe activity of Riva Aguero, who is deter-
ned to finish the war, which I have no doubt he
ll do, in a very few months.

Hcec olim meminisse juvabit.-The people al-
ady know Mr. Crawford's opinion of the admii-
Lration of Mr. Adams; the -following extract
1 show his Republicanism during lthe adminis-
tion of Mr. Jefferson.
From the Evaeminer of aJarch 11, 1815.
Mr. Crawford has returned, we presume suffi-
ntly tired of the intrigues of diplomacy to pre-
the bar, or the Senate Chamber. I think I
ow Mr. Crawford well. I once heard hinim say
'Mr. Jefferson's time, 'this administration have us
outstripped t/ie federalists in aristocracy, as the
eralists outstripped the constitution."
'ray, lot this find a place in your paper.
A Friend to J. Q. Adams at Auburn. '

African Slavery-The deauinEs letgcy of our ancestors;
its .abolition immortalize their posterity." 40i July
t at Lynchburghi, V.-
Iessrs.. Editors-You were pleased to give a
ce in your paper to the few thoughts I sent you
this truth, that the legacy" o:' slavery is a
tional one; that the states of the north, as well
the south, share in the injustice and inconsisten-
f permitting slavery to exist in our free govern-
it, without a remedy to effect its gradual aboli-

lize their hope of repuls'ing*the r.ew 'rfni of the
I enemies at the first attack, they will undoubtedly
pursue their advantages, and carry the war to
Macedonia. In thip case, a new line of military
y frontiers is already fixed upon in their plan. We
are told that this frontier will be infinitely superior
to that of Thermopylm and of Neopatra, which
i they have enjoyed till now ; and that it will offer
* the Greeks much greater facilities. As to the
e western frontiers, the Greek government place the
i greatest confidence in General Dozaris, who has
r successfully opposed the Albanians. This general
; is highly esteemed in that part of Greece : he has
j just received all his countrymen among his troops;
after their capitulation of the last of September,
i they had retired to the isle of Cephalonia. Mak-
- ing use of a permission which they had obtain-
ed afterwards from the Anglo Ionian government,
they directed their course to the coasts of Etolia,
where they ranged themselves under the banners
of their countryman and General. Another regi-
nimeiit of Souliotes, which before this capitulation
had retired to the mountains of Chimera, between
Epirus and Acaruania, has also rejoined the Ge-
neral-besides, if we can believe the advices re-
ceived here, th Albanians appear determined not
to take any longer an active part in a war which
interests them so little, and which hitherto has
cost them many men without any profit. They
will not take up arms unless their country is at-
Captain Dimantis, who had already retaken
from the Turks, at the end of the last winter, the
Peninsula of Cassandra, with considerable artille-
ry, which these last had sent to fortify this 'cooui-
try, lhas established himself there. When he first
re-entered this peninsula on his return from Ma-
cedonia, he thought only of fortifying himself
there. This first duty fulfilled, he is now begin-
ning to push some bands of partizans who have
caused alarm in the plains between Cassandra and
Salonica. The instructions given by the govern-
ment are, to allure the enemy hither, to occupy
him in Macedonia, and to make of this peninsula
an importantplace of diversion.
The last advantages of the Greeks were the oc-
cupation of the castle of Lepanto, which was taken
by storm, and the surrender of the important town
ofNegropont. This place surrendered to General
Odysseus, who, on his return from Astros, had
stopped to superintend the siege.

At a respectable meeting of the Republican Young
Men of Rochester, held at the house of A. Ens-,
worth & Son, on the 12th inst. Mr. J. Jackson
was called to the chair, and Edward Everest ap-
pointed secretary.
The object of the meeting being stated, it was
Resolved, That Messrs. Fraser, Marble, and
Weed, be a committee to draft resolutions expres-
sive of the sense of this meeting, on the subject of
the approaching Presidential election, together
with an address to the Republican Young Men of
this state.
The committee retired and adopted the follow-
ing preamble, resolutions, and address, and report-
ed the same to the meeting.
Whereas we consider tha approaching election
ol'ehief magistrate of the United States as a matter
of the greatest importance, and of the highest in-
terest, to every true republican; and whereas we
consider, that in a free and elective .government,
like ours, it is not only the privilege but the duty
of tle people to express their opinions upon a sub-
*eet of such magnitude; and whereas expressions of
opinion, emanating directly from the people, are
the only leifiminate means of ascertaining the nub-

HARTFORD, August G.--Judge Thompson
has given notice to the district Attorney 'that he
shall hold a Court in this district at the regular
term, which will be on the 17th of September.
His Circuit commence in New-York; he will
therefore leave the Navy Department in the course
of a few days.-Times,

We have received the first number of the
Whitehall, Emporium," published weekly, at
Whitehall, Washington county, by Mr. Erastus
The Seneca Farmer," by Mr. W. Child, has
been recently commenced at Waterloo, Seneca
The name of the late Canasaraga, Madison co.
post office, has been altered to Sullivan-David
Beccher, Esq. postmaster.
A new post office has been established at South
Kortright, Delaware county, M. Keeler, jr. Esq.
postmaster.--Albany Argus.
BELOW, 1 schooner.

Among the volunteer sentiments given on Wed-
nesday, at our literary festival, we understand that
the lIon. 1Mr. Lloyd, our senator in congress, gave
the following:-
Education-the lever, which, if it cannot raise,
can rule, the world."
A lever ruling the world is a vile figure-a hand-
spike going forth conquering and to conquer.-
Boston Galary..
.Jinlatons in Stle.-Our friend, the Edge
Tool," who conducts the National Advocate, hav-
ing been blunted by a writer in the American, has
become exceedingly dull. Formerly he was all
acuteness-so sharp, and keen, one could hardly
see the wound he made. His editorial style was
confident, self sufficient, singular, I"-only I,
by itself, I."U Now alas! how changed fallen from
the lofty summit of individual rank, to the hum-
ble" we" of cminmon editors; quite tamne and
chap-fidlen. Awake, and put forth thy strength. If
thou art found cowering and shrinking, wo upon
the cause of Crawford, and death to all thy hopes
of fame, profit and power.-ib.

1-2 PAST 2, P.M.
We stop the press to announce the arrival of the
British ship Brock, which brings intelligence two'
days later than had been previously received.-
Notlhing of interest or importance had occurred, if
we except the rise in the price of cotton, which
had advanced in the Liverpool market a halfpen-
ny per lb. during the last two days. The demand
and consumption were increasing. This arrival
brings Greenock dates to the 15th, and London
and Liverpool to the 12th July.

Br. ship Brock, M'Cullock, 41 days from Gree-
nock, with dry goods, iron, copperas, &c. to Hat-
trick, Lee & Go, A Thompson, R Givan, T Dix-
on & Co, A Mitchill, Hutchinson & Carrick, Bu-
chanan, Calder & Co, Boorman & Johnston, W
Neilson, Thompson & Steele, S L Mitchill, R L
Lord, J & A Hamilton, and G Milne. 33 passen-
gers. Left, July 16, ship Camillus, Peck, for New
York 1st Aug. Ship Friends, from Charleston,
had arrived. Aug 23, lat 41 2, long 67, spoke ship
Thalia, 50 days from Liverpool for Philadelphia.


... lie sentiment ;-therefore, PORT OF NEW-YORK, AUGUST 28.
Though the mistake relative to the authorship Resolved, That we consider the exertions male .
Sof the letters inb the Christian Observer was cor.y some prominent members of the republican fa- ARRIR"ED;
reacted in our last, we have thought it as well to hands of a national cacu, frests ofaught with serious Brig Financier, Waterman, 27 days from New-
publish the following communication, without al- evils to the republican interests. Orleans, wit. cotton and tobacco, &J. G. F. Mul-
SteratioR- resolved, That we consider the appointment of ler, T. Irvin & Co. J. Morelead, J. & C. Bolton,
electors of President and Vice-President, the most Whitey & Bennett, C. R. Banker, Bouchaud &
TO T:E EDITORS OF THE AMERICAN. important of our elective privileges; and that the Thebaud, and F. H. Nicholl. Passengers, Mr.
Gecntemen-Your correspondent of tile 25th in- choice of electors by the Legislature is opposed to Clark and family.
Sstant, who writes over the signature of Delta, offers the spirit of the Constitution,-anti-republican in Schr. May, f-rom Frenchman's Bay, with
a just tribute of commendation to the very inte- principle, and perncious in its tendency. ship timber, to the-master.
resting letter which was copied in your valuable Resolved, That, from the acknowledged talents Schooner Mary Ann, Babtree, 18 days from
paper of the 21st, from the Christian Observer, and abilities of JOHN QUINCY ADAMS-his tri- Frenchman's Bay, with ship timber, to the master.
; There is, however, a mistake in attributing the ed patriotism and integrity; from the testimoni- Schoonerj William Barker, Nickerson,,20'days
authorship of the admirable notices of our coun- als of approbation and confidence which he has from Lubeck, with plaster, to the master.
try, which have I,.- more than a year appeared in received from those illustrious patriots and states- Sclhr. ia.rtha, 4 days from Philadelphia, to J.,
its pages, to '" John sionson Dun an, A. B." This men, Washington, Jefferson, Madison, and 'Mon- SLhr. Mr
gentleman hus, indeed, pul-isbled "A Sabbath ro; and from the knowledge which he has gained Shr. Mary, 10 days fromtrenchman's Bay, and.
among the Tuscarora lndians," in which lie ex- of the principles and interests of our government, a schr. from St. Andrews, with plaster.
Sloop Eliza Nicoll, Perry, Philadelphia 5 days,
presses his good opinion, of our missionary efiorl,; by serving for a great length of time, in the most lound to za Nicoll, Perry, Philadelphia 5 days,
u ....... r. .... But the letters ill question have important and responsible'offices in the union : we ound to NBedford. Schrs John Rodman, and
C .,:. .... msidered thce property aborigine of consider him the most suitable man for our next lIainbow, from N. Carolina for this port, which
Adam Hodgson, Esq. who is known to many of President, and entitled to the highest office in the head put into the Delaware for a harbour,
your friends as a merchant of l'gh standing iin gift ofa free people. Sloop Hamilton, Snell, 2 days f-om Brandywine
Liverpool, and the author ot a letterr to 3l1.. ean iReolrcd, unanimously, That the report of the withecorn meal and flour, to Rogers & Son, and
Baptiste Say, on the comparative expense of. free committee be adopted as the sense of this meeting. Mackie, Milne & Co.
and slave labour," as well as an accomplished Resolved, That the I... ..1., :. of this meeting Sloop Franklin, Lamphear,from New-London.
Christian traveller. The letter from the :iay be signed by the chairman and secretary, and pub- Sloop Actress, Hemingway, froni New-Haven.
number, which you extracted, is marked as a con- lishled in the Rochester Telegraph, Albany Argus, Sloop Brutus, 5 days from Philadelphia, with
tinuation froim that of April, and at pag-e 220 of and New-York American. corn andflour,bound to New-Haven.
thle latter nuiwb.r you may see that the author -
t signs the initial Il. We regret that the length of the Address refer- [FROM OUR CORRESPOeDsrNT.]
Although the letters do Mr. lHodgson much he- red to, precludes its publication entire, though we Office of the Beacon.
nor, I should not seek to expose hits anonyme, if it hope to make room for some extracts from it. NORFOLK, August25.-Came up, schr. Little
were not important to distingui~l his productiouus illiam, Evans, before reported in Hampton
from the forth-coming two volumes 8vo. How- Roaod, from Baltimore bound to NYor ampo
ever excellent hMr. Duncan's letters may prove. NORFOLK, Aug. 25.-hMr. Job Weeden, a Anchored infr alpton Roads last night, brig
IMr. fH. will doubtless have so much paternal love commercial resident of the Island, of Margaritta, Jasper, Ki t, Boston days, in ballast, bouri
for Ihis own as to decline adopting.the others. requests us to publish the following statement for asper Knight, Boston, 6 days, in blast bound
Delta has made another mistake, which it may the information of those who may be interested :- up Janmes River, touched for orders.
be worth while to correct, rather than it should be On the 15th of May last a small sloop of about City Point, passed through Hampton Roads last
transmitted across thie Atlantic. Thle error is in 25 or' 30 tons, called the Bee of Boston, James Saturday eve through Hampton Roing.ads last
informing the public, pr rather the Editors of tlhe" nrnes, master, arrived here without any papers Arrived at Seawell's Point, on Saturday, sloop
.Literary Gazette, that out of the whole number of whatever, having, (as he says) been robbed by a Armada, Kirkland, 3 days from N.Yo rk, boundtop
81 churches in the city of New-York, the fifteen pirate schooner in lat. 15 N. and long. 64 W. The Alexandria. 3 rk, bound
which are occupied by the members of tiie'Pro- captain states in his protest, that he is the owner '
testant Episcopal Church are more than belong to of the sloop and cargo-that lie sailed from Boston
any other denomination." I am only -1.1',"1 ,, on the 5th of f Aprllbor this Island, laden with a PHILADELPHIA, August 27.-Arrived, ship
to enumerate the public edifices, and'.a-'- ....i,,.' cargo of dry goods, flour, provisions, &c. that in the Lucies, Misroom, 57. days from Liverpool, dry
omitted some ; but besides churches now erecting. above lat. he was robbed by a pi rate of all the goods, crates, salt, and 46 passengers.
which are occupied by Presbyterians; there are provisions and several other articles, as well as all Below, ship Montezuma, Potts, from Liverpool;
twenty-eight, at least, which belong to that de- his papers, books, accounts, boat, flag- and anchors, brig Ontario, Pastorious. from Bordeaux.
nomination : of these, the Dutch Piesbyterians so that when lie arrived here he had no flag What- Cleared, brigs Mary, Selby, Cadiz; Harp,.
have nine, and'thos5 under the Qeneral Assembly ever to hoist, and came in under a pocket hand- Sandgram, Trinidad; Edward D. Douglass, Ho-
are sixteen. It is believed that Delta's notice con- kerchief. lie had but two men with hien, and tile mer, St. Thomas; schrs. Three Sisters, Rutter,
veyed a wrong impression, and that the relative cargo which he brought in consisted of English Gibraltar; Lively, Thurston, Trinidad; sloop
proeportion in population of the two bodiesis accu- goods, such as canvas, calicoes, dimitiess, drills, James & David,. Morris, Halifax.
rately represented by the numbers sta.ted. copper cranes, paint oil, Irish butter, coarse cloths, BALTIMORE, Aug. 26.-Arried, schr. Ida,
SUUM CUIQUE. &c. Galloway,. 14 days from the Island of Trinidad,
T___ __ The collector of this port did not know whalt coffee and' molasses ; schr. Cygnet, Dean, from
FuItlher transhlUions f-rom our French papers, by steps to take with safety to himself, and being un- N.York. -
the ship Howard. w killing to do any thing that might give offelnce to Clearedt sehr. Young Brutus,.Gardner, Gib-
GFthe American government, in case the sloop should raltar. ..
GREECE. have been engaged in a legal voyage., lie hove- NORFOLK, Aug. 22.-Arrived, sloop Travel-
The miserable town of Aleppo continues to ex- 'er Ieittelthee cargo t be sold at auictio, le" NORFOLKa NAug. 22.- Arived, sloop Travel-
perience earthquakes. The ninth of itvhy, parti- der the order ofr. 11. 'aly and self, an leowlad, New-Bedfrd, via New-York 4
cularly, there was.one which spread terror amonon y ..7 m"y an days.'
lal t here inhabians of that city. The English acrror er- lpayig the expenses to hold the proceed-s 0 A ship (supposed the Don Qui-xotte, from Ntew-
all thee iuhiabitaits of that city. Thte Eiglishlec- ti lthe will of the Intendant General should be York) bound up James Rtiver, passed through
tory established here received, several days ago,e York bound up Jaknon.es River, passed through
an order from the ministry of Condoe, which cn- H Cat t d I ampton Roads this day.
joins tem, in the most positive manner, to rspet The Captaiprotested against the detention,of Aug. 23.-Arrived, steam packet New-York,
', t I 'oeklades of thee Turks as those of the his property and for a few days talked very loudly Churehward, New-York, 44 hours; packet schr.
... i. h ,. frickaends of the insurksgets think this about it, but in consequence of )eing detected in Tell-Tale, Mott, New-York, days; schrs. Three
measure is a proof of partincula'r friendship to the taking arms o board il his sails, and shipping Friends, Ricketts, do. 5 ; Emulous, Van Name,
cause of to insurgents'; but we all know that the men tb an .unknown voyage, he and his crew from Petersburg, bound to New-York; sloops Ju-
Si s *. goveiment proclaimed its neutrality in 1were arrested and confined in the forts, and from lia Ann, Allen, New-London, 8 days; Constitution,
the war between the iPorte and the insurgents as the exsamiittion already taken, it appears, that lie Leforge, New-York, 3. i
o n i- was goistego ani the sloop and make off with her,e
oon as the swar broke out; and the recognmizintg vhih ifhe halad done, he would no doubt have BOSTON, Aug. 25.-Arrived, schr. Erie, Bulk-
tihe declared blocikades of the triv parties is 6sely a helped himself to another cargo lfrom the first un- ley, New. York, 4 days; scoops Essex, Burr, do. 4;
coninua likone ofaeis namelyit, durin the have seen it earned merchantman e met. Harlequin, Lamphcar, do. 6; Intrepid, Morehouse,
dotwee in like cases, namely,durin the war be- colonies. r. BrIoughton will please give publicity to do. 7.
tween Stpain da th minsirgent colonies. this, for if Captain Barnes is actuallvan American I]VERIY, Aug. 23.-A-rived, brig Rajah
-emi teoum amid nencoemmanded by GeuNiceta', and from Boslton, as hle tsays, documents can be Standley, 128. days from Meckie, Sumatra, with
,'antem d by thc Peloponesst to thee Greek-, have forwarded to hims Im the release of 'is property. 4000 piculs pepper.
rcel eda cu orde-r flom thye Greek govern emet to Butit must be confessed that circumstances are
setarmy of the end ofnteray to rejoin ins he firesst body of very much against him,and few are inclined to ble- DIED,
am-my of thee fl-ontr. Thim is thee first boly of hieve his story--especially since his recent attempt
troops which the Peninsu'a has destined to act to arm hes vessel." hisLast evening, Mr. Michael Bird, in the 50th year
against the Turks' in the campaign of this year.- of his age.
The plan of the Greeks appears to be not to ad- CGoson.-There is an uncommon demand for this Yesterday, Harriet Gardner, infant daughter of
vance farther than their present frontiers, before article iu outr nmirietjsst now ; several orders have Edward and Sarah Martin.
they have made tlhe first cut at the army which been received within a few days, which will for a Yesterday morning, at the Narrows, (L. I.) Ann
the Porte assembles again this year in the northern considerable time insure a ready salt for all that is Stagg, relict of the late John Stagg, in the 80 year
part of Thessaly. Some light troops only, consist- broughtin. The price has risen with the demandi, ofhiOr age.
ing of partisans and of horsemen, will push for- and giod Uplads will readily command 14 cents. Yesterday morning, nt his seat at Plham, Wil-
ward to. secure the most advantageous posts, and H"erld. lian Edger, Esq. in the 37th year of his age.
to harass thee enemy. Well informed men assure At Sumerville, S. C. the Rev. Henry T. Jones,
that this plan, which was determined upon by the LEXINGTON, August 11.-David Hanover, formerly Editor ofthe Southern Intelligencer.
principal military chiefs at Astros, is perfectly well alias v.n ose, the ex-postmaster froti Ohio, was At Aimelia Island, 5th inst. Major Jmnees Pelot, of
combined. Nothing is risked Iby it; it depends prin- examined in this town on Monday last, before Georgia. At Upper Hamburg, S. C. 16tT inst
cipally on a perfect knowledge of the means of the JUDGE TODD, and fully committed for trial at the Mr. Edward Hamilton, clerk of the steam boat
two belligerent parties, and of their manner of next termn of the District Court, on a charge of Hamburg. At Augusta, on the l2thinst. Mr. Lew-
making war. All the localities in the country robbing the Mail between Lexington and Paris- is Convert, a native of France.
which is to become the theatre of the war have the particulars ofwhich have already been publish- On the l11th inst. in Wilmington, Del. Elizabeth
been scrupulously coexsulted. If thie Greeks rea- ed.-Reporter. Deford, in the 95 year of her age.

A.^* P., ,- ai n y 1kn oc,,l down hi g onst ,t t riitutary wafers, may not prevent us from re- Scshr Fag ofTruce, Etheridge, Edmntoflil days.s
so l d and fallihis head struck the sharp corner ofa 1 mU giving as much cotton in 1823-1324 as we shall Schr Eclipse, Lewis, 4 days from Boston with
ne ntmerchandize and fish, to S. 1-1. Herrick, Van Nort-
S. stone in tha ftire lace, which wounded him so se- save received this year; but we have. the months wick & Milev, J. Skelding, P. Remson, nd o-
f illl)A Y EVENING, AUGUST 27, li23. merely that he survived but a short time. Extract of a letter, dated )f August and Septemberbefore us, with the possi- others.
WATERTFORD, August 26.-Lightning.-An "GGREENOCK, July 15. citiess of hurricanes, rot, &c., their not unfre- Sloop Enterprize, Walker, 2 days from Milford,
FR!OM EUROPE.-Under the head of our uncommon number of accidentshave happened this Since the arrival of the New.York packet. of uent attendants; any speculation, indeed, on the Del w ahn c ber Providence, 6 days.
Commer.:ial 11.-,. r.l will be found the details re- sea on. On Tuesday morning the 19th inst, a o6th ult. bringing accounts that the supply of Cot- abject, would be quite idle at present. Sloop Express, Sawyer, Portland, 6 days.
rating to theqavapee.of Cotton, and the prices of rs s, valued at 200, ad al the ini lton from the United States would be deficient, the We subjoin a memorandum of our Exports of Sloop Maria, Davidson, New-London.
other articlesfittedi our postscript of yesterday, belonging to -Mr. John V. K. Taylor, 0o 1 lhfinoon, demand has been very animated, and prices have tobaccoo observing that some thousand hhds. are Sloop Brothers, Baker, Portland. 7 days. Brig
asreceived by the Broke from Greenock. No po- was struck by lighting, and all consumed. His improved a Id. Total sales du.-ing the last week, supposed to be still lying in Kentucky, owing part Stoop Fac, fPost, from Saybrook.
; litical heVWof importance is furnished by this arri- loss is estimated at plO.U.-Reporter. 3174 bales; of which 1125 were Uplands, 8 a 104; l, to the low stage of water in the small rivers of Sloop Hazard, Higgins, St. Andrews, 20 days,
V@A ThemEnglish Catholic relief bill, which was ]A man by the name of William Vermylia, a har- 317 Sea Isulas, 1 3 a 173 ; 474 Orleans, 10 a 124." Liat state, and Fartly, perhaps, to the extremely Sloop Alexander, Neighbours, Delaware, 3 days.
stated in the French papers to have passed, has ness niaker and trimmer, about ycars of'age, was oo July 12 bw prices at which the article was knousn to be PHILADELPHIA Aug. 28.-Arrived, Packet
aeeanegf.. ved in the House of Lords. A large found dead in the shop of r. Areld nker, in C .Still more decisive acco..ts a to the lling in New-Orans two months ago. The ve- ship Montezuma, Potts, 46 days from Liverpool.
teamvessehad tlel of v500 tons, called tin fe rewas este pernsi to extentof the crops, received from America in the ry small quantity now left here for sale enables Sailed in co. with the Meteor for New-York ;
late launch in t shop. Verdict of the Coroner's Jury, ar part of the week, gave increased confidence the holders to obtain a 21 cents for the lowest Belvidera, for Baltimore; Atlanti, of New-York
impelled by two erigines ofsixty horse power each, tlit lie came to his death by the vis station ol God, to speculators, who, as well as the trade, have pur- quality, 3 cents for 2ds., and 3 to 4 cents for lsts. p io oi NewYor stadino to the East-
and is intended as a packet between London and in the rupture of the blood vessels of the intestines, chased very extnsely, wic has etablishedamay be quote at d. per b. for ward, with olou New-York, standin g 7 la
Sdol.4d:. The'editor ofthePilote, aParis-lassp broutiittotbs habitualtndexcessive nteierance, advanceup)on all description, including lEast lndia, FREIGHTS may b1 ot ad. per lb. for ward, with her colours half mast. Aug. 7, lat.
It ls said thii doca lias a lamis2y- mi the city of' of 3- 4dto ld per lb. and the market closed with a Cotton to Liverpool by British ships, but there is, 40, 44, ong. 42, spoke the brig Mentor, of Port-
per, has been sentenced to-amonth's imprisonmnent New-York, where lie toirmerlv worked with a M r. great degree of firinness. We estimate tie pur- no American vessel in port to be had at that rate, land, 21 days firon Lisbon for New-York, battle
aod to itbe p-sym :ut of a fineofOOO2,000 fans, for re- Bloodood. Ilecame to this village a short time chases by speculators at 12,000 Uplands, 2500 New- 1 8 and 1 3-16 ts for Tobco to the North of of Cadi. In leat niard. 56, sposske the brigon
publisbn, a article from the London Moning since, andaccording to hisown story he enlisted Orleans and Tennessee, 500 Sea Islands, 1500 Bra- 1 1-8 and 1 3-16 emts for Tobacco to the Lon- Aurora, of Boston, from Haana, 19 days, turned to
Chronicle, eatdld "Secret Treaty at VeroQha of a company ofartillery in New-York.,went to De- zil, and 1500 East India. Sales 38,940 bags; i- Europe paying thmn better. Exchange osi Lon- Aurora, of Boston, from Havana, 19 days, turned to
troit with his comp y, and being discharged, was ports 27,040 bags. don is at 5 to 6 per cent. premium, with few tak- Marseiles; desired to be reported.
SNovember. 22 The at..n for the on hisway home.-CherrValle Gazelle. After all the extraordinary statements we have rs.and few drawers; Paris, 5f. 15c. a 5f. 20., but brand and i; s J Elizabeth, Stock-
.a m. m ade, at di di're nt tim es, respecting the prodigious bra tdy a si vi te ; s elr. Joh i & Elizabeth, Stock-
erminate suce Aussfllyn debt re siions d to half et.-Daie Cruge Esq. has oer- extent of the trade in Ctto, it is still rapidly o vry little doing; United States, par. ley, from Port-au-Prince, coffee and wine; sloop
ed himself as a candidate to the electors of tile the increase. The tales effected this week in this VINCENT NOLTE & CO. Eliza, Laycock, Antigua, molasses and sugar.
are to be paid by.the Emperor in specie, in te Congressional district composed of the counties of port amount to upwards of 38,000 bags, and it is Clured, brig Nymph, Moore, West Indies; schrs
co-urse oftwo years. The LeedsMercury has the Steuben, Allegany and Cattaraugus, to fill the va- notlong sinae the sales of a single week amounted Exports of Cotton from .N'ew-Orleans f-om Oct. 1 Commerce, Pennington, St. Jago ; Joho S. Mary

following extract from a letter, dated Manchester, cancy occasioned by tile resignation of Judge Ro- to 45,000. The are assured, 10,000 bags per only s 182, to Ju 31, 1823. iclusive. Hope, Brazier, ockeava rna ; Ma Webb, Ne-Ygton,rk.ea,
SJuly 9Lh chiester.-Investigator. a aged as we are passed, i, bags pe week,nton; Kicerhoker,ebb, New-York.
July9lh: cheste.Investigator. tbfor some time past. This astonishing consumption '* : 4-, t G 0 j | BALTIMORE, Aug. 27.-Arrived, schr Emory
Yesterday's market forheavy goods was rather A Miss Schauroth, a German child only nine will not appear so incredible when it is recollected c & Lucy, from :lartinique,molasses: schr Paragon,
brisk, in .anticipationof an advance, owing to the years of age, has lately given splendid concerts in that our spinning mills supply the twist or cotton 5 Thnyer, Now-York; schr. Lctitia, sholden, 12
advance on cotton. Many of the manufacturers London, at which the most distinsiuishled musical thread for the weavers of a consilerable part of qKI c. days from Neuvitas, coffee. Left in the harbour,
gave notice that they would not sell next Tues- amateurs were present. Her performance on the Europe, as wall as for our own manifacturers-Ad. schr. Almira, of Boston, taking in cargo, and to sa.l
day, unless. thi.y got an advance equivalent to. the piano Forte is said to have before astonished the for New-York in 3 da3 s.
riseon the ra% to-Aerial." Cognoscenti of Vienna, MVlunich and Paris. She By the schr. Ida, Galloway, in 14 days from the London. CARLESTON, Aug. 20.-Arrived, brig Ra-
S tra Thursday ternoon executes the most difficult compositions with the Island of Trinidad, a price current of the 10th inst. s pid, Thompson, of Boston, 60 days from Havre,
S ran f.cc s.-Oi Thursday ternoon eest precision, taste and brilliancy, has been received by the editors of the Baltimore" and 20 from itavana. The R. endeavoured to
of last we,.l);, IMri. A.es and her.child of this city, a 11d.- -m iv y ci "' c .i > Liverpool. make Mobile, bho in consequence of calms was
s MIar-ll, :,nd a clerk of 'r. Ames, set out in At the Court of Common Pleas, Dublin, in the American, from which the following items have drifted to te northward, and being sh of rvi
,a wa.ron ftrorsi D rbL.:, for New-Haven, Conn.- month of June, a jury gave a verdict of 800/. been extracted:- sions and water, bore away for this port.
.-s. e t t b down, *a damages to a Mr. Cuthbert,in action against a Mr. Imniorts.-Bread, pilot, per cwt. $6 ; Beans, per o 7 Glasgow. MIDDLETOWN, August 20-27.-Arrived,
afte -trtn t broke down, ad they were Browne, for inducing him to marry a young wo- hbl. $4 ; Flour .'8, no demand. Hoop, per M. schr. superior, Horton, Turks-Island; rig Henry,
obligedd to [pro-ur -.another. The second wagon man named Hannal Darling, by tlie representation 36. Corn meal per 100 lbs. 3. Rice, do. 4.- Treat, Havanna; schr. Rambler, Loomis, Turks-
S.slortll aftrnlL rJis I.-.11 oicr. Lv the dropping off of that she was "a chaste, virtuous and well-conduct- S.aves, per M. 36. Shingles, cypress, 7. Tobac- Cocves, (ort, Island.
,' wheel, an'Mr. Ames'after-recovering, remark- ed maiden," when infact, tesaid Hannah hadco, 100 lbs. emarks--no demand for Ameri- FalmoutTh, &c.Ag. 2.-Arrived, sloop Le-
Ed wit, tile tots-ieelings ofa mother, that she had been seduced by tlis said Browne, and was deliver-- icit produce.NAT"C ET 0 0 -- va nt, Coleman, \e ws-York.
S(d will, te lonJ feeling's of a, mother, that she ha d of a child six months and three days after her Expo,ts-Rum, per gal. 20 cents (cask .,7.)- a c If- Havre and Sailed i Falcon, Jones, West-Indies; sloo,
bruited her at ii bat h.ad aved her child -by that, marriage." Sugar, per 100 lbs. 4. Molasses, 10 cents; Coffiee cSc Rouen. Catherine, Mildrum, do.
.- moan:-inlle aware of..thehfate which awaited it LONDON FASHIONS FOR JULY, er 100 bs- BOSTON, A -t 26.-Arrived sloop Satellite,
inone sh..,i t hour; for the horse being restless and Morning Dress.-Dress of plain jaconet muslint; NEw-OLnLEANs. July 31st, 1823. Other French Bibbins,New- -i...i ,' days
uumanag.abilc, owing perhaps to being detained the corsageo made high, close to the shape, and fast- In conformity with our general practice at this Ports.
by the press, ins accidents) -ran violeistly down a ended behind. The elegant fashion of ornamenting .-- MARRIED,
hill, ,h..ew all the passengers out -of the wagon, the front of the skirt has become very prevalent; period of the year, we do ourselves the pleasure of Last vig, by the Rev. r. Parking r.
anoe passing oerthe ead of that intne prints has a pagoda trimingormed by of ,,..u i.....- ......-correspondents a Table of our c co Europe. John Hall, to Aiss Elia. Ann Child, both of this
and one'wheel passing over the ead o te ild, bands edged with cord and narrow trimming of Exports of Cotton from the commencement of the to a o city.
kill it instantly. The young man escaped un- work defending gradually and regularly till it ==
hbirt, bt .r,. Ames and Mis Marshal were se- reaches the bottom, where there are four narrow season t- lmi day, together with an estimate o t o e-Ye. DIED,
.... ........... .. ^ ... ..) .... h .. '~r, : .. :g n d t _ere I rk I D

merely inju .I .d.

The Valuable library of David Baillie Wvarden,
Esq lUformerly. aicriec.i Consul at Paris, has been
lately purchased and presented to Harvard Uni-
versity, by Mr. Samuel A. Elliot, of Boston. It
has safely arrived, and consists of about 1300 vo-
Iltimes, chiefly on American History, and a collec-
Stibni of300: choice maps, illustrative of the same.

J t iss :ated iii it:- Anicrica L..ju:.mrur, that the
S.'enerable John Rhea will be a candidate for the
Senateol i tme United States, at the next election for
,the late of Tennessee.

Ordrst .-trs.-O.ui the 20th inst. the-Rev. Mau-
jice 1%. Dwight was ordained Pastor of the Re-
fotmeoi DutcL Church at: simat.hhlo .J: an-i on
Thursday oi la-t aee-R, thli Re.s eslt N.tt was
instatlie. Paitor to tue Ptr '-..e ina .Chiil in
"Galwavy.Saralo.a o-Uliit. "

SBILTI.IORE, A.ugudt !7.-- a.iptanfl olden1
S" bf'the -btli,..i-er Luttnta, arti.ite her.:- .et- erday
alterrncr, in 12 days I-:,im i. ,i'-it :, r i.- o ts that
the miarket- wer-, dJll at tl'aLt I.-rt. Fi,..ur was
$13 a lt--R, e .-l i-' ;-Lard, 14 a I5. The
ehbi,..ner Aln ra lc [- t-,co., ia hlf lt e- itt II-
wilen CapLtau w it.i-de inlt: d re, ]...ut.r ~ ..i:.-.:d
t Neuvitas v,hheth. ,L tl tl.' c-L 01 LI.,: ,l li
wa is x-.tqencei. He Ih-ft Ni..nts: I'.r I .i.-.i :
on the 10Ulh -init. to Larrang.s b tu.atu. ih,.-- and
t return in t-reu-' dis.,s, but hal us.t i larned when
Sthie Leutia _iled. t.'hat gat. ri- i leo apprehen-
c- ori v.'a litat several ulitabitLAr. .:.- the place had
li-en stc.-ped iii le- li;,i.'.ay i:. i- in;if- agang
fl Spaiibli roei.-L:.r- v h.: hi L b t-E.i I-..r U, last two
mouths dJpi dating oi ill v il.:, li utLO their
' h anlis. .A .ilort taiSe bclore t li, li'-iJ stopped
' several p'erson-, cOaduclJt them into the, woods,
SwLere the'i v., t'T -, ur, en.:, ria) beaten and robbed
-J of all thie;r un.:aurc ani) clulhing. Theyreniained
tied forr ,oi,.:- tiiin j heti tHi.': were re'leved by
p.enpt-_a pa; tI i ['.'It Cj.ilf ir pf'the Alfmira
IlftPrtacipe uon tih si. '.: dac t% ith these persons,
~jiirarnse,- ti, iii :-t.- har.J n,1f at Neuvitas-20
days befo,. the L': a.-ilte, a -loop mounting 2
guns .and '3 ein aupFp:, s.d t h:, ve been fitted out
at GuanahU, ,.,a.. .,' ,-int along the ,coast.-
Stvcra. j Frcoi.rn, ti-:cl:- ,ai li laly been plundered
coming .'ja.s tllt O'ldl '.t ,lt--and. in' one vessel
:wut.ih wa- tak :n, ti,, pd.-.t was'hung, and the
ptel .,liudtre..i and k ,ft. "I
No Li. S. inc;s:,l hd l.-i.iy been seen near
N ieurilai.--'ul, ,f*It.

F, vin 'tl ..Vuttoina! hItUlligeiicei.
The f-ilio'w.ng r 0..'ii.tou of" the Senate of the
[fte H.iun'eits.c t. t1 UCrerain hps been officially
crmmun,,: it,- Lo th il Gl. -.crnment by M. Smidt,
rre-aidin member .:.t ute ,:.aimittee of that body
ifr F.-:iriign iiet.luois trid.-ir date of the 2Gth of
- Jan -iry iil:t. .
DepartmLtnt .:,f Stie, 2-ihl Ai-ust, 1823.
I1 \tiieas t,. L.- -,lat'tr,: ei ll.-. I ree Hanseatie
Cirty of c-meni-n had, on thlie. 22dNovember, 1822,
d-.trmined th'- thile tax existing here under the
;' denomiualt.:., n bschoss, to which such legacies
r; s. tbject, t N ,t,: -.-1c',athed or fallen to foreign-
: ers:iAs, also. ii.- ri.. of citizens and inhabit-
SantW pf ht, C umiiineitiiC tilh, removing from hence
to fore.t r pt. uhutll. In-, the above mentioned
at e tiheity .ir .~ui'iua: C.n all such moneys and
property, tb. .th_-i:,,_ t: tiles LinitedStates of Amieri-
Sca ; an]d thuils i.i- Ia;, :hIld, in this respect, be
'placed on :a i..:rl.hlly ,:qii:l footing with the States
of the GeruOin (- Con:J..itV. ;
The I.,:,,.: .-:eh... ,i-1-
(eM) That an order be given to the receivers of
indirecttaxes, to act in occurring circunistanuees
cifulbrmable to the-premises, and not tp exact from
the legacies that have fallen to the inhabitants of
the United States since the 22d November, 1822,
or ltfat rra l til ti.iu -l il-'.:r, any other tak or
dut, but -t.l a-, in ,i nal ., r ,.a:s, the citizens of
Bremen would beisubject to.
(t,) Th, (Corimittee of the Senate for the Fo-
r'ign R.litir.n, i -iir.:..i.l *ti c.:.mamunicate the
present r,-.olu ,'-n i tl.-; G.:v. rumeut ,f the United
feitsI fal .\ncrl,:a, I.y ,it a lti.tit l copy of the
-same. .
G Given in the Assembly ofthe Senate on the 10t
: d6y of Ju.i'jar,', 1823.
'flhe Presldent of the Senate of the free Hansea.
tic City,of Bremen :
S or,true copy-

A". R\TOG(A SPRINGS, August26.-Suicide
-Du... Da.,lJ .' c i, of Edinburgh, in this coun-
tct(romtuic.1l suicideby hanging himself, on tht
-,uaoraing ofl tihr 13th inst. I.e was supported to bs
in pett:ect litli., and iappi'h iiuat:l both as tI
prupi:.ltv atld di.oilt.-itec mielaleit, .Jil n,> cause cat
be a:si,n..'J lai thLl-'.tep thus taken. le hasle ftl
wile it.u isp.... ch.tldit :t, 8usd a putmerous circle o
friend, to lament Ihis untimely exit.-Sentitl.

OGDENSLiJU G, August 190.-Jurder.--On thb
13th inst. at Fr.n:li ,ill, -n ia house on the Cana
d tide of the line, a quarrel, irom sonmi trivia
c4use, took place between TWilliam Dailey and Jo

workeu flounces, each laueu by fat cordeit- t tnts NV
the upper one surmounted by a row of delicate in-
sertioit-work, the same as is introduced on each
side of the pagoda.trimming. The corsage'is nearly
covered with similar, bands, corded, trimmed, and
arranged on clear book muslin, narrow at the waist i
both in front and back, but extending the whole
width on the shoulder: falling collar of worked
muslin leaves : long sleeve, nearly tight; worked I
ruffle, and small pagoda trimming at the wrist, 1
where it is tied with primrose-colour ribbon drawn t
through a narrow pulling of bookmuslin; the
epaulette is divided in the centre, and tied at the
top in a row, and trimmed with a row of puffed
book muslin and narrow work. Round morning i
cap of sprigged net satin, anud primrose-coloui gauze-
ribbon; border of British Mechlin lace, plain in
the front, and in large puffs on each side. Prim-
rose-colour kid shoes and gloves.
Ball Dress.-British tulle dress worn over a -
white satin slip; the corsage composed of white
satin bands, branlching from the front; each band
corded and trimmed with narrow blond ; two bands
continue over the shoulder, and renew the same
trimming at the back: the sleeve is o the melon
form, with sprays of stain confining the tulle; in
the centre is a circular space occasioned by their
omission of the satin,.and a cluster of China roses
is introduced, which has a novel and elegant effect. -
The tucker is of fine blond, surmounting a satin
band of French folds ; from the wri-t descends a
succession of small oval baskets of tulle, edged with
white satin, each containing a China rose and
leaves: three.rows of the same light tasteful bas-
kets are continued round the bottom of the dress,
which is finished with a broad white satin roleau ;
white satin salh, with double bow behind. Mila-
nese head dress, composed of thirteen pins, two
stationary and one pendant ball ; the pins are of
gold, with the heads of patent pearl, and are stuck
circularly in a plaited barid of the hind hair; This
is a very pretty novel head-dress, and accords with
the grace of feminine beauty and youthful fancy.
Necklace, ear-,rings and bracelets, of embossed
gold and pink topazes' interspersed. White. kid-
gloves, with'a quilling of blond at the top; white
satin shoes, and a rose-bud introduced in the centre
of the white satin rosette.

Stock S-, Exchosi e Board, Friday, .ug. `9.
askld off'd marine Isurance. a kd off'd
S t-2Loan 10S 102t New-York ....... 114} 1, i
) S3 -- 104 s103. Hope .......... 95
xes 1814---- Ocean .......... 113 5 i4
a1815 10 106 American ........- --
(1820. .tional ;........ -- --
Fives t .. -- Pacific .......... 88 87
S ...: 04 Union ............ 88 87
Threes.-..... 744 ireP Insuratnce.
N. Y. Sixes .... I-- Mutul t.......... -- --
Canal Sxis 1...... S-- Washington...... 1"28 t T7
-- Fives-...... 97. 964 Eagle ............ -- -
Corporation Sixes. --- Globe ............ 105 104
-- Fives, old loan -- Franklin ......... 110 10il
----, new loan -- Mechanics ...... 110 110
United StatesBank 195 105 Merchants ....... 102 101
Bankof New.York S13I 1314 Fulton ........... -- -
S anhattan .-.... 1112 i anhat n...... 110 109
terehants....... t: 103.. Mercantile ....... 10-2j t101
Mechanics ........ 1084- North River ...... 113 113
Union........ ..-- Filrmers' Loan ... -- -
Bank ofAmerica., 94 93 Life and Coal. 1024 1102
City Bank.. ... .. 9 f2 914 Uhatham ......... 10.2 102
Phoenix Bank ..... -
Franklin Bank... Exchanrse,
North RiverBank. 99 97 On London ....... ---
Trade sme na's ..... 4 103 trance ....... -
_- ,- -- Amsterdam... -*

NO. 139 BROADWAY.-Friday, Aug 29 ,
'' U. S. Vank iotes. Disc. Ontario B.Canandtalpa Jat
Not payable in this city.pari Ontatrio B. at Utic.. .a
Joteis fotfMlaine. AqueductAsso. Cantskill Oa
Portlan Baks........ la 1 Aubrn ............... .... isal
DJ The notes of the Geneva .. ......... al
country banks are at pre- CentralB.CherryValley -al
Sent quite -- saeable. C ea ........... a
A '. 11a stp lie o.s,. B a Pliattb rg b ....... ..... '2 a2
lttIssa-hiueits iYotes. JeftrironC oB.atAdans 1
Boston Bunks .......... Ca i.B 5V otes.
f Springfieli Bank...t ...1- ai .1 Bank of Canida ....... 3 as
-1ampshimce Bank, at Ni. )Do. payablein N. York.par
S in ptn .. i..... a Montreal........ 3 a3A
Salem Banks .......... 1 alt Upper Canada .........uncer
l' orcestr Balnk....... 1 e'v:-J crsVey notes.
Olier Mlass. Notes ....- al All banks in N. Jersey
Rhode Island ip'otes. jar, except the follow-
SProovidence Banks .....1 al4 ng--
e Wash. Bl. at wVesterly. .1 all New-Brunswick. ...... a
Other R1. 1.Notes......1 al4 State Bank, at dso...... a
Connecticut c oties. Do. at Trenton ........ I
iddltowo n Bank ..... A Do. at Camden ........ .al
New-London ......... FarersB.Mountloilly. :li
Norwich. ............ Cumberland........... al
Phcnix B. Halfrtford ... A Pennsylvania J iotes.
B'ridgport Bank ...... par Philadelphia banks .par
- New-Haven Bank. ... A Farmers B. Buck's Co..-2aS
Eagle B. New-Haven Other Notes-...........5 a2
io. payable iu this city, par fn s There are many
tartl-ord ............. banks in the interior of
V'eront nioites. Pennsylvania, the notes
Bank of WVindsor .... .1 al of which arc unsaleable.
Brlingiton Notes ...... 1 alA Delaarc Notes.
Brattleborough........ 1 alX Farmers' Bank ........1 alt
NV. York .Votes. Othernotes............ 5 a0-,
All the city Banks .....par Marylani .Nvotes.
Albany Bank....... pirt Baltimiore Gity Notes. .1 alt
- N,Y. Stat B. Albany. .ar Annapolis & branches..3 in5
S tlechanics&Farmers,do Other notes ............nccr
S Troy Bank- .. .... A; D ist. of Colum bia J 'oite .lA a,
'-rmers' Banik of Troy part Virgini'otIcs.
0 lohawkB.Scehenectady A B. of Virg.& branches. jan2
SLansingburg.......... par Farmers' tlBank...... .l-
a Newbtrgh, old emission part Yalley Bank ..........3 a5
to.. signed Is red ...... a .V'. Caroltintai j'Y'ulti ....8 ai
SDo branch at Ithicea ... ial- S. Caroltin toi-.....3 n .4
Orasge County. ....... A orga J'otets........ 8
Catsktill ........... .. A 'rtn-Orlians Notes... 5 a6
..i.. t it [T .l....- a Doubloons, c.diS.it3alS .40
e i, I.. ... .. Gui nes .. ....... .. ..-- 3pr
- LJtioa ................ l American Gold ......
11 Du.branch,Canaandauigua al Spanish Dllare,......... var
- I. Less than 10, i dlis.

ember. The result, compared with that of the
previous season, will appear to be a Decrease of
10,000 Bales to France, and 13,000 to the United
Slates, and an Increase of 37,000 Bales to Groat
lritain, and 2,000to the North of Europe. We
presume the eventual destination of the. shipments
o Cowes, Falmouth, ze. will not be so exclusively
to French ports as it was last year, and, in that case
hlie relative deficiency in the supplies of France
will be so much the greater. The general excess
in our Exports over those of 1821-22, promises to be
about, 19000 bales, an excess, it will be observed,
which does not arise from an actual increase in our
crops, taken collectively, but from our having had
some 9000 bales of old Cotton on hand at the open-
ing of the season, and from the probable shipment
before its close-for it seems likely that we shall
have scarcely a bale ofcottou left here on the 30th
September-of these 9000 bales in addition to the
entire'quantity produced by the present crops.-
The extreme difficulty ofobtaining correct accounts
of the movements of Cotton, as well as the other
staples of this place, is so notorious that when a
desire to furnish our friends with something like
an earlyclue to the discovery ofa point whichseems
to be generally considered of great interest, occa-
sionally leads us into estimates and conjectures of
the extent of our crops, we feel persuaded they arc
received with all the indulgence to which our mo-
tive and the very nature of the subject entitle them.
When we penned our Circular of 6th May last,
nothing.could be more general or more strongly
pronounced than the opinion we had ourselves a-
dopted as to the quantity of Cotton the present sea-
son would have brought to New-Orleans. It
is now proved, however, by a comparison of
our actual clearances with the quantity in
store and on board ship-points on which
we cannot err much in the present bare state
of our port and at this advanced stage of the
season-that the weekly publication which fur-
nishes the only account of the arrivals of produce
at New-Orleans to which access is to be had, must
have made some serious omissions, nor have the
estimates made in the differentcounties of Alabama
turned out nearer the mark; but we repeat that
there is now very little room left for us to go
astray in, in the establishment of our Table, and
that it may consequently be considered as a pretty
true representation'of the quantity and distribu-
tion of the Cotton which will have been received
at and shipped from New-Orleans between the 1st
October 1822, and 30th September 1823. It is
more difficult to say in what proportions our differ-
ent.descriptions of Cotton enter into the composi-
tion of the 166,000 bales forming the total supplies
of the season, but we should suppose that Lou-
isiana and Mississippi may have furnised about
100,000 Bales.
South Alabama, Florida, &c. 10,000
North Alabama and Tennessee, 56,000


With scarcely 1,200 bales of unsold Cotton in
the place, and the greater part of that slender quan-
tity in the hands of persons intending it for ship-
ment, it is useless to give any quotations of price
but we may mention that some recent sales o:
Louisiana have been made at 3 and 4 cents per lb,
above the rates current here in April, and that 12
cents have been paid for Tcnnessees. The account!
received from Greenock to 2d June are not of a
nature to induce holders to lower their preten-
Judging from such information as has yet reach-
ed this remote quarter, we mtuslt expect that the
total growth of Cotton in the United States this
season, will prove to be aibout560 or 570,000 bales
towards the end of August, we shall probably re-
ceive the Liverpool half-yearly statements of sup-
ply, consumption, &c., and if they are such as tI
keep alive the now prevalent opinion that the in-
crease in the consumption of cotton exceeds o0
even keeps pace with that in its production, the
opening prices-of the next crop will doubtless bt
affected by it. The plant in the ground is gener-
ally repreOentell as flourishing, and there would bt
nothing extravagant in the supposition that if i
continues so till it is ready for picking, the loss o
the 20 or 20,000 bales which may -have been de-
strovfye by the inundations of the Mississippi an(

31t/,,-Poris of
co coi C ', L.ivStates.

L O ?0D I Ko c
i Q w 0 -- TOTAL.
CO o con o co o
C0 1i i Ct i -1 i T0 I

Total Exports. 165,58
Loading tor the Uniat es, about 3,00
Supposed to be intended for Great Britain,
and waiting for vessels, about 2,50
Do. for Havre, do. about 80
Quantity on' hand, unsold, or of uncertain
destination, 1,20
May yet arrive, 2,00

Total bales,
Stock on hand 1st October, 1822,

Probable amount of the Crops,






Comparative Prices of N'ew-Orleans Cotton, of the
crops tf 1=20-21, 1821-22, and 1822-23.
18D-1821 ]181-1-i22 1822-1823
Prices of good. Prices of good. Ord. to good
October,...... 16 to 16(4 18 to n14 to hb
November.. 6(i t 15
1t f i 11
17 154 -
2!!, -
December... I 1 -- 1-,
8 16 19 II
15 20 "
O22 21 15
'q29 29 -
January....5 I4
1y -- "
26 i1

February... 2 164 ..
9 84 1G4
16 I164 224 2i 8 16
23 17 114 "I
March......i2 164 18 22 7 154
9 17 74 "
16 16 "
23 "' Ifi ,k "
50 24 8 "
April.......6 16 164 224 23 74 16
13 23 7 "
20 I1fi 164
S7 17 224 74 7
May....... 4 17 -' 22 "
I 18 21 "
18 "20 "

June,....... 84 16
8 18. 1 "
1b 18 20 "
29 -

13V t' -j 16-
20.' 19 -
27 i "i -_ "
August....... 17 18 -
September... -

Exports of Tobacco from New Orleans from Ist Oce
tober 1822, to 31st July 1823.
London, 559 Hhlds,
Liverpool, 2,458
Cowes and Falmouth, 2,286
Amnsterdam&lRotterdain 1970
Brenen, 2,206
Hamburg, -'1,097
Autwerp, 25
Sweden, 723
Bordeaux, 40
Spain, 189
Portugal, 69
Gibraltar, 1,152
West-Indies, 214
New-York, 6,185
Other ports in the U, S. ,4,941

24,114 [dam.
About 450 loading for Amster-
300 Antwerp
ain store, principal-
S o,500Q ly in the hands of
persons intending;
to ship.




Brig Matilda, M'Kown, 17 days from S. Martins,
with sugar, molasses and specie, to Hyers, Breminer
& Burdett, White &'.!Masfield, and A. Glass.
Steam packet Nbw-York, Churchward, 45 hours
from Norfolk, with passengers, to .1. M. Lowry, &
Co. Sailed in company with schr Emulous, for'N.
York. Left schr Little William, for do. ready.
Schr Joseph & WVatson, Daniels, 16 days from
Pitts Landing, turpentine, to Warings & Kimberly.
Schr Hambleton, Snell, from Fredericksburg.
Schr Rainbow, Gilbert, Elizabeth City, 10 days,
wheat and shingles, to J. Frost. Left at the Bar,
sehrs Margaret, Mead, lor Demarara, first wind;
Eliza Ann, for Boston, do: Gen. Jackson, from
Philadelphia, and several others bound up.
f Schr John todman, edrick, 10 days from Eliza-
beth City, with wheat, to J Frost. Spoke, off the
Delaware, ship Amanda, for Philadelphia.

This morning, after an illness of about three
months, in the ninety-second year of her age, Mirs.
June Wendover.
The relations and friends of the family, and of
the late John Fo; yth, are respectfully requested
to attend her funcil1 to-morrow afternoon at 5 o0
clock, from'the house of her son, P. 11. Wendover,
in Chlristopiher, near Asylum-street, Greenwich,
without further invitation. Carriages will be in
wailing at St. Paul'Ps Churoh.
Yesterday afternoon, of a lingering illness, re-
signed to the divine will, Mir. James Downie, in
.the 73th year of his age.

r 130BO ItADWAY.
STHiFD Clihus-New S-ries New-York Stale Li-
S-at ure lttery, to be drawn on the 15th of Octo-
ber aisid fihirlhd in a f. w miitties.
50 t .nmbers-7 Ballots to be drawn.
20.000 ol lars I 1500 Dollars
10,(Xt ) lollas, 1itO1 Dlollairs
S911 1 Dollars I of 1000 i!ollars
In this Scliene, with 7 id.iiwn )llo'ts, there will
be 35 )lize' wi h 3 'Nos. on them-903lo pi ies witi T
Nos t)I1 t1i-w, ncd 6321 prizes with I No. on thlint.
Thoe Tickets htiving none of the drawn ballots on
them being Blanlks
3. B YA ES, ,
ARCI. MINTYRE, Managers.
P. S Orders endooing the cash (post paid) will
be lpron titly atteniled to.
A cosildair;litc portion of this Lnttery is put np
Sin parcels ot' 17 tickets, cibriacing all thei combina-
tiot iinuibels froot I to S0. which parcels are war-s
ranted to draw at least ,49 less the deduction of 1.
per t-cent. wilh so maniii chances for the capital
prize-Shares in proportion.
0' Pres-ut price of Tiliets $7. a29

A LL to be dit ;n in one lday -Tickets shortly
A L advance. The following it lci prizes are all to
be drihwni in lthe New-York iStite Lottery, on the
15tli day of October next Delay not.
1 Prize of t20.t00 I| Prize of 5,911
S do. 10,00l(0 2 do. 15,(10
10 do. 1,tl00 120 tdo. 100
6321 do. 7 1 903 d0. 14
A considerable portion of this lottery is put iup
in parcels of 17 tickets, embracing all theta combina-
tion nuittintbtr, from I to so)0, imhich prcels itre wnr-
rattied to draw ait least $49, less the deduction of )15
piei cent wsithl so mniu chances for the capital
prizts--s-ih; Ai i pi oportlion.
Tickets fior sale itl
Truly Lucky Uffice, No.122 IBroadway directly op-
posite thie CitI-Huotiel
Where was sold, aid the cash immediately paid.
No. 7h9, a prize of $100,00{0, No. 3320, a prize of*
10 0, bsdes aty of 50,000, 35,sides ny o00, 30,000,
25,000, 0,100, 10,000, etc.
Orders (post paid) enclosing thecash, foer pack-
age or single ticket, will meet with immediate at-
Uncurrent Bank notes of the pi incipal States in
tle Union purch based at the lowest races, viz.:-
Netu-Haips lihile, Massachusetts, ,iahude Island,
Connecticul, Pennsyvh auia, Maryland Distriet,
Nortih and outhli Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, aud
the \Vesleie and River iilk *,Notes of this State,
taken al tite lowest rates u' discount a29

Fortune's Home/or ever, 139 Broadway..
I' siU E isteniling Itt Ios.S-es i t 'icK' i uihe 3t1
s.lUss of llihe ,ler toure Lottery, necw series,
should lose NO TIME, blut apply iumnediately for
tickets aiid sharcse, at
New-y'oik late Loist'-y Offire, 139 Btitivaii.y,
if tlley would obtain tlie capital rcizc.s il tile Iol-
lowing sceiii .
Thiid clas.s,i new so' 's-grinated by the state of
New Yotk, tor tlie benefit ol lhei Llituary Institu
tions. Tihe systemU adopted for tlie lapipruili.ntin as well as injustice i lier people. 'iosiiivtiy to itl
drawn on tlime 5tll oit October next. J. I. Yates and
A. MA'Vityre, Esqs i'lanagcits.
aCts- ME.
I Prize of $20,0!0 00 1 Prize of'$10,000
I 5,91: 2 1,500
10 1,1000 20 100
903 I4 l 3l 7
7259 Prizes, 12.34I1 Blinks, 19600 Tickets.
$!07,800 iDolliu .
Price of tickets $7 ; shares in proportion, but will
soii] advance to il .
A certificate lf 17 tickets mauy bhe had for $77 3 ;
17 halves ili. .ii8 CU ; 17quarates do. it 11 31-. 17
eiglhthlis, $9 67.
Dlo, sile ol tickets in this Lottery has been as-
toui..hingly rapid, iandthe demuud slow lort hem is
very' greit Those intending to aldventtue thereinl
mitiS purcha-e their iit-keis or shares st oonl or they
will be too lite li obtlili Iliemn.
helie recently have been sold, two prizes tof
$2.,0(00, two ol 2ti,t000, 2 ol 10,000, one ot $7,300,
2i of 5.000, I ofl 4.,00t, 4 ioft 300, 4 of 1500, and lin
immense naumbetr oilm 10, &c. and wihicie was sold
aind paid a few da s since, 'l icket, No. t.-'l2, which
driw their Cle pital Prize of e '20,000 j, Ithe 5Sevinli
Clas- ofthe Liteinturem LoLtery o isO i ccill-
c.te. Ticket No. 3161, which drew thel Capital
P ize of 20,000, besides tile vahinble plizces in the
first andseecond classes oft the ew series lottery,
which must be a convincihlgjproof that thie mui-
deiuce of thle goddess Furttua, (always at home) is
lit 139 liioadwaiy.
lihe cash will be advanced for prizes sold at this
office as soon ns drawn.
Ord, rs (post paid) for single tickets, shares, or
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iThenext class will be drawn on thle 15th October'
1 Prize of $0. COt I Prize of gi11
1 do lfi(i, Otej 2 ,io lo00
10) do, iJl0 2t) do 100
6321 do 7 I 903 do 14
Total $9-i COul
759 Prizes. 19,600 '1 Ckets at $5 50 is
12341 Blanks $107:800.
''he price oel Tickets is $7, shares in proportion.
A considerable portion of liis lottery is put ul.
in parcels of 1'7 tickets, entbracting all the combintia-
tion numbers, from I io 50 wlhich parcels are war-
ranted to draw it least $19 less the d-tluiciOitn Of
15 per ceiin,wtth a so iaiiy cliancesa lor lie capital
'l hose preferring to pay only the difference he-
tmweei the price of a parcel ofi t7 tickets, ant the
least sum they cani posiblvy di a-
Whole packages of 17 '1 icket, ,577 35
17 Halves do 3u 67
17 Qua"ters do 19 34
17 Eiglthis do 9 67
For slhich a certificate will be given to pay what-
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abovi ihe sum due thereon, except thi 15 per cent
Present price of tickets $7, halves $3 50, quarters
Igl 75, eights 87 cents-for sale, wholesale and re-
aidl, it tWAITES' Ittices, 4.t Maiden-lane, and 209
BruadWaty, corner of 'rullou-si reit ; wsIiee lmave
been sold and paid the t1ao hIghest prizes ever sold
,, the U.iited States int s aei.e >Oi ticiets, viz -.,No,
29h4, 100 000; No. 38706, ia tpiz, of $35.tti0, besides
otlihr prizc-s in tickets iO $S'jUu00, $t 1,0.)0, $10,000,'
$.31,000, $b25,lJ0, 20,001: &c.
Orders t (6ist paid) closing i the cash promptly
;titeled ti. Clubs dealt v-ith otn thi nUmost reason-
ble tirmis.
Uncurrent Batk Notes exchalngcdat W AITES'
on lshe lowest tert-s, autg t)-3t
FBr 3,)3 it'Ei SI .i-s.t
.I. HIRD Class, New Series, N,;w-Yoik State
Literuiire Lottery, inttnided it be drawn onl the
l1th Oelober next, ant l fii she itn a; few niuLtes.
SO iNumber Lott-ev sn.ve, ballots drawu'

1 Prize of $120,00 is $20,(000
1 10:000A) 10 l100
1 5,911 5,91S
2 1,500 3,000
10 1()Hd I )0,0l)0
20) 100 2,0ouO
903 1.1 12,(42
il' t 7 44,2-47

72.) Prizes 07,t,'0
12341 Bmlanks <
In tlis Schemeo with 7 drawn ballots, there will
thI 3. pizes l jth 3 Nos. o li them, 903 pi izes with 2
Ntis oi tl eml,, ;ui ii321 p izes with I Nri on them.
lioq e Tickets having none of the drawn ballots oil
lciwm beit g Blaniks
J1o dcterminiu te fate of the 19,600 '1 clickets, the r
iuliutni-riswil severally be pblceil in a wheel on the
thiv of' d- ''.i, and .e'levin of them will be dr.iawn,
;nidt thai I ... i. having oil it, as a combination, the
Isi, 2d ;,ndith litinublers diawnt 4il, be entitled To
0,00(ls-thlitt liivini o t it thie 3d, 4ih aind tu li, will
1iw ciitletl to t1t00-- liat hsiv ig oil itie o h,
6!l and7tli will be entitled tso $) 5.' ll-thli se hliv-
t on ithem lthe Ist, 2I aind 4th: and the 3d1, Sil and
will acli bie titled to 1l .0 1 lhotse havi- g
oni tlhm 1st, 21 ani 5t l)-uhe Ib, d andil 71h--the
Ist, 6hi and 7th- he 2d3. d and 4h-lli-lie 2d, 3d and
iii-tliec 2d, 4th aind Gil li-ll 2d, Sitll nd 6illi-the
3it,4! audtlh7-liet. 4lt, h and ill, d ad th e 4h,
6th ;ind 7th, s ill each bie enliitd to $1000. All o-
iher.-, (bring 20 tickets) h tvinu-' three of the drawn
nu i iubicrs o I The, will Iach li he oentitledl io $10..
T hose liatnil orin them any tuio of the drawn nunm-
bers, will eacli be cnlitled tio$14. And those having
oil hem any one ofi tihe OraNVi ittnumtbers will each be
entitled to ,7. No Ticket w'i:hili shall havedrawn a
Prize of a operior dironuniiion, cain be entitled to
;in interior Prize. Prizes plytdllt forty days after
the drawing, and sujectu, un a deduction of
fifteen per- cent.
J B. YATES, Managers
ARCH t. INYRE, Manaers.
P. S. Orders enclosumg the cash, post paid, will
be prumpily attended to.
A considerable portion of this Lottery is put up
inl parcels, cotnaiiing 17 Tickets, u-nbrttcinig all the
coibintationt numbers, frotin I To60, which parcels
are wlatruited to draw at least $19, less the dedu-e-
lion of lo per cent. with so anyiu chances for thia
capital prizes-shares iii proportion. Tickets 70.

S Ht-i:EM'ICAL ESSAYS, principally relating to
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Psa.-ms, nid ia Coispenditino of Chialdee Grammar,
b G UDiines, A. M.
Rich aiid Poor, it Novel.
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Par!ot(r Poetry, or Smiles for all Seasons.
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counteract thie vulgar belief in Ghosts and Appari-
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Death of Lie iin London, or Tonum Jerry' Fune-
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jEtherias lascive, cupis volitare per atras,.
"l, ukgc; sed ipoteras tutiur esse domit."
... MAiTIAL.
To the Editor of the (London) JNemo M.onthly M
Smr-- -bavre'always been of opinion that a lar,
part of the labours of man are lost, both to t
individual andl to society, from their not haviL
-bieen directed to some certain and well-defini
sdope; For this reason, from thie moment I fn
entered College (now, alas! fie-aind-thirty yea
ago), I determined to look about me, and fix upm
soine useful object, suited to my feelings and c
pacities, upon which 1 might concentrate all in
-powers, and produce something that,might at oni
piove serviceable to my species, and procure me
name that may shine conspicuous when the art
the brass-founder shall be forgotten., and-a med
ora bronze no longer remain in existence.
I am a man, Sir, of much patient industry,
'some ,shrewdness of remark, of profoundly re
tentived memory, and of extensive reading,-
qualities of which I the less hesitate to boast, be
cause they are pledges 'of my fitness for thie task
l af umdcrtaken, and because it is in strict cotn
piCee witlli the received custom among th
learned of the !.:t age-the mighty dead"--t
announce themselves with a becoming confidence
"If Horace ,and Ovid, indeed, were justified i
-inging of themselves, 1 Exegi monumenturam" an
Jaumue opus," &c. on account of their poetry
h6wv much more may a Gssnier, a Baxter, or
Heiuuiia., boist, whose labours have prevent
ilie3e (so eIie-l)'immortal works from perishing
who have restored these dilapidated "monu
metts," have explained their inscriptions, an
rendered them intelligible to schoolboys and 'un
dqrsgraduates: and here I may be permitted to re
miarlr that this present age, which has added t
the stores of English literature three first-rat
'poets, (Southey, Wordsworth, and the anonymous
author of amlS. volume of Latin poetry pmne
,7m't, to iay n bitiI of thie minora sidera, Byrot
Campbell, 'ioore. &c. &. it has, in its immens
f-.:rtnlty, bro'l'ght to light not ne Commentator.
InflaeneJ iby liiis reflection, and by the nature&
betit of owgenius, I no sooner .knew myself
(e calo deesendit, &c. &c.), than I determined t
embark my hopes and my fortunes in the compo
sition of a'great literary work suited to my pecu
liar talents. My parents, indeed, were anxious
thAb I should have entered upon some of the ac
tive professions, andfigured in the busy haunts o
meh, a laws er, a di. ,-., or a physician. Bnt wha
Sir, are theol.:.lan iI.r physicians ?. Men who con
fine themserives to oue limited study, who surve'
nature in oie ouly 0l its numerous aspects, and
twhi, binding tHz.iemelh,- to a single end, scarcely
er'.r are latind- eoen to accomplish that. Th
I;Awyer *>,e still ano, se; their reading lies wholly
in a circle which nobody thinks of entering bu
litt mselves: .and "seire tuum nihil est;" thE
knowledge which you cannot display to others i
only'so much ignoii'm-:A' .\ I,1cr '-.ir, rantL
with a consul rr o ;' m...in l'.:ii'e.I thah.-i r-in.iin-,ii
wor.tm ippmedi i y by th,_- -u..i iu': 1 thi, *, :.Ji
Io'us, and ci refully a ii,.i-md. I.., 'ill v ie. h.i .' thl.
I'light..st re rd "for thli.,r -r .l .: ,:-.r tIrllr .i- ... M ;,
m ultil'3rrouj resd in.-, tr ,i: tr,; tE. ld-.:'J U:,v.:
the whole reng,.. ht lit.:r ir,. ,1i d I i, l'.,I ri.
bier pursuitis, and mni :nii..tiii, ..r r.,till r ra'. inL
stinm t, led mO a .:- emii tale th r L:, ti ", tll: -'t .enr.
ses. and the H-lurmn.,ri, th,:.se. ur'- n i,, ril :liioi:-i.
who tlirew tie h ~l ,t of" t-ein C iin lJil'.-l i ,1'. tLi
mot.i ttpebr.:u, holis: ati.J Cu i'irM ;- ...I iheir 3utliar
Dipo ioner, th.n, had. I attamim:..i tli1 in lT ti..u
of 'DoM, iinu.'s 0" liie Ci.'ille .: ti',- .id t.tin'm I [hinlinin.,
deep ihto-r,ti rm, and -.;l.t ainm ien t-:'. gt rhi, i ,
arin nililto it ihlliuilratinhn ol'.f lini h ti'al i aulh...r
The cla.ie ic v-i:. l ki .v-s iii i beinie nm, whm :r.: i .
choose.;" but the choice was not easy. An esteem-
ed author s.- not nA p.:.n any terms to be had, whi
was not already ,e, towsled and mumbled by thl
cr;ti.:;, as Lot to ei-ave a" sed" or a "que"to the in-
genuity o- Ui'e pr.-.: nt day; while an obscure and
valie:le-ss wri, r woldil1 plunge his commentatorin
to his, own vrt bcuritl,, and effectually impede him
in his fliht oS imn:i',.rt.tlity. For, though a com
mhitiator in iintrus.i-'lly more worthy than his ori
ginm,, iAs time prer.ioi. gums and essences are mbre
valuable th;in the !irlni.: miS they embahlmn,,stilli
i' 1ruI to comsioent, c hein men will not read. Thi
old ato..k of'aulthorz w is exhausted; the newdisco
veries of' jarolled Pompeian MSS. 'and ofPalimp-
sesticparehment? had nft yet furnished freshmatte
oi'r:-'i-ear. b : an-d .rs i n t. t .lic r. intof abandoning
my ic Ofeme_, aimd.I, embtrl:iui min some of thie less
um f-il r.li, o'li Lth--wa.iun my hours in chemis-
try or natural phil.:.:O:.hV--.li.:u chance put inti
uy.. liaus.;, ii.:m amoIn tie i .: of Trinity Col
lege, Camnt, _..IE,, an iis aiabl, and inedited frag
meant of Gii'-eeir poetry, .oi ri lu.,h I shall only say
that it is Ihic .:.rir ,ual .:-1 1ie C:el,:.,'ated English po-
em, "ilii.:h-Lc tr ns
S .hliree children sliding ou theice,"
and htichl hia b- en trauinalcd L, i--.:me sicl'- r,
.ary., iiiid ipa- J., iuna.ki,-' rlk ..-.,d i the br.it i
wirld, as lit,i, o, n. As your lady'readers do not
uadersl-,nd Gr(:-.:. [shall quote in what follows
the Enigu.h --i '-.u ialr.-. But for the benefit of
the Iearned, I ;hail tlir.:iiw th Greek text into a
No s.:-,:.ner iam I in p -oi':.ai ,:-. this treasure,
than I .et alb.it tlltitritn..u it; and having
art inged thie tet to u own satisfaction, I enrich-
ed it, .Jiini,. the cr..r-:. of thirty years exclusive
appli.ntion,i ri ith a -cries of illustrations which
leave htitll .-r nthiri ti, desire. The precisenum-
bei of iolumires tdie ...rk will occupy I am not
p.-re pa d iExati, ti. rti;e; but the extent may be
guessed with some approximation towards accu-
rady by any one acquainted with the, manner in
whin.:ti itii ,,mt-rs 'are usually'handled, when he
shall bhae- pa -L-I. the sketch which I propose
now to lay before your readers of that portion of
my labotbrs which is as yet ready for the press.
.'r,- PROGRAr.
-The first line of this wonderfully philosophic
an.d profound specimen of Pythagorean lore (for
sush' it is) embraces a: great variety of subjects for
elucidation, of which I propose to treat in the or-
der oftheir occurrence.
Three (1) children (2) sliding (3) on the ice (4),"
(l' Ti RinrE..- BEr.gi.nmirg at the beginning, I
propose to center .iS larg. upon the consideration of
the aumb'cr three., witmrh, from the remotest anti-
q ,ity, hs ;obtniu,. a mn. :' rious and recondite sig"
etficatton; a, as abundantly proved (omitting
other inDtan.cisi by the three heads of Cerberus ;
the triple goJdi.-- Diana ; Isis, Osiris, and Horus ;
the three wi-e mr-n ,:.fthe East; the three -dynas-
tits, and three c.:.nu al of France; the ruleofthree;
thme thr.e ,imenemmnn of matter; the three angles
e1"a triangle ; lthm three Fates ; the three witches
in Macb'eth; the three estates of the- 'realmn.; the
three'jolly pigeons ;"'Shadrach, Meshech, and
Abeinneo ; and the Three Gentlemen of Verona.
I ha resd'ihcenti collated the poets for their use
of this runc'-r: such ds the "Ter conata loqui,
Frofsfoim./s hesrs'x," and "Thricdito--t.laea, thrice
to minie,,and thrice again to make up nine;" which
. last quotation introduces a few parenthetic obser-
vationi on the multiples of three, and of that odd
fraction thi' circulating decimal 9-which at the
same Lime i:, and is not, one.
In refers ee. alsotothe "triple tree," I have read
}hr,ough a most voluminous collection of the last
speechess of the, most celebrated "patibulaires,"
from which the reader will find copious extracts.
I have also a word or two, en passant, on Mr. Can-
n ing's i"Loves of the Triangles," a new translation
of tie Welsh Triads, and a critical history of the

lTlife per ci,.s, .iitUtisuisimitg the Consols from
the 'Re.J-ie.,e, I, l ri-'. of minsierest, a memoir of
the hois ,of R.,t,..._il,., in.-.r.i.,:, of inscriptions in
the grad livre ef France, an engraving of Cob-
betts gridiron, and a "Catalogue R.aisonnee" of
tAhlauthors on the great question of currency.
(2) CHILDaEK-On this word will be noted,
inter afia, the 'Abbe Quillot's Callipidia ; the
Pfdaotrophia of St. Marthe, physician to Henry III.
of Free ; :theCyrbpoedia of Xenophon-,Fenelon's
Telemitchus ; and the Chevalier Ramsey's Travels
of Cyruis. ,Notiegs will be given, likewise of Peter
the Wild Boy,. :-d other. wild children; of Les
ifains n:oue( ., aimvi foundling hospitals of most Eu-
ropean neatly,, mlie Garry Owen boys; the Blne-
coat boys; tlie children in ,the wood ; the young
Rositius tind Mliss Clara Fisher ; the Lancastrilan
system ; Peslalozzi and Fellenburg; the Cosi al
egro" of Tasso, which he stole from Lucretius-a
















theft the less exeTmable at Litcietius ihas twice
repeated the simile, totidem verbis, to mark it the
more certainly as his own. In order more com-
pletely to illustrate this portion of tCie text,
I shall give remarks on second childhood, or old
age; remarks on Shakspeare's and Churchill's
ages of man, thegolden age, the Augustan age, the
middle ages; Lord Byron's Age of Bronze," with
e an original treatise on the use and abuse of that
e happy oxordium, "In this (as the case may be)
Learned, pious, sceptical, revolutionary, or degcne-
Srate age."
t (3) SLIDING.-Upon sliding I shall introduce a
dissertation on the antiquity of the practice, and an
inquiry into the invention of scales ; t secret his-
- ory of sliding panelsand doors coveredwith tapes-
e try, taken from the most approved and authorized
novels ; observations on sliding rules, sliding boys,
f avalanches, and "rersi sdruccioli!" notes on eels.
n sophists, political rats, and other slippery animals ;
including memoirs of Ch-t-br-nd, the B-- is
f family, and Mother L- ; some account of the
slips at the theatres, and in thie dock-yards, lapses
i- ngutse, the slips of my aunt Dinah not original
(Sterne's plagiarism), on backslidings and faux
pas" in general, with an account of the newest me-
thod of soaping a pig's tail.
S (4) IE.-This is a word of much obscurity, and
D requires ample illustration. I shall notice only a
few of thie points which will be touched upon in
this part of my work. The Chemical history of
ice, with the most approved theory of heat; on
icebergs, glaciers, and voyages to the North Pole;
memoirs ofthe Humane Society, and lives of per-
Ssons drowned in the Serpentine ; on ice-creams,
SRoman punch (glace), French dramatic poetry,
'iced champagne, artificial frigorific mixtures, the
late Lord Londonderry's speeches in Parliament,
&c. &c. with a new receipt for making cool-cup ;
account of a burning-glass of ice ; the ice palace onI
ihe Neva, and Moore's Holy Alliance ; the burn-
ing of Moscow, the retreat through Russia, and
s the surgical treatment of frost-bitten limbs; on
s the Iceni, or men ofl ent, an excursus.
The second line of this extraordinary poem fur--
nishes no less occasion for research than the first.
ii All on (5) a summer's (6) day (7)."
(5) ALL oN.-Rise, progress, and fall of this
phrase in English poetry, with philological re-
searches, and etymologies'; the tractatus de omni-
bus rebus et quibusdam allis ;" the inscriptions
put on" and put off," on our way sides, mistaken
Py foreigners fora remnant of Catholic supersti-
tion, and supposed to refer to the hat; spirituous
compound called All sorts" not to be confounded
with omnium or scrip; "All the talents;" All
Lombard-street to an egg-shell;" treatise on the
use of On," in epitaphs and epigram writing:
outline of modern ON-tology; memoirs of Tommy
ON-slow; On, Stanley, on !" stolen from the en
avant" of the French, &c. &c.
(6) SUMMER.-I shall here touch on Thom--
son's and Delille's Seasons, with citations from all
known poets, descriptive of the four quarters of
the year; on seasoning, with anecdotes of the
cook's oracles, Le Cuisinier Francois, L'Anlmanach
des Gourmands, and a life of Haniah Glasse ; notes
on Bologna sausages, "jambon de tVestphalie,"
partridge pye, &e. &c. That highly seasoned dish,
a mock pig, will introduce an inquiry into the an-
tiquity of sucking-pigs, with the whole law of
tithes; Esau's sale of his estate for a mess of pot-
tage typical of modern Amphitryonism ; Lucullus'
hall of Apollo; Apicius, Sir W. C-t-s,; of
speakingin season and out of season; of seizin and
livery, with notices of the lives of John Doe and
Richard Roe.
(7) DAY.-Distinction between an astronomi-
cal and natural day ; rent-day, pay-day, and "le
quart d'heur de Rabelais;" the day of judgment;
on wedding and birth-days, and the different modes
of seeking them, and on Burns' Allhallow Eve ;"
on daybooks and ledgers; on lack-a-day, well-a-
day, and on Daylight," a term in symposiacs.-
Michael Angelo's "Day" and "Night" in the
Chiesa di San Lorenzo in Florence ; on Day and
Martin's blacking, and the Dey of Algiers; Beau-
marchais' Follies ofa Day, or La Folle journee ;"
Mr. Day and Sandford and Merton;" a fair day
and a I"day after the fair;" meteorological re-
mark's on the weather; on daily journals with dis-
tinctive characters, and obiterer) of the weekly
press; Examiner and John Bull; Sa.xons did not
reckon by days, and why? Daisy, or day's eye,
(the Bellis perennis of Linnamus,) not to be con-
founded with dandelion; Burns'beautiful ode on
it; on turning night into day, and on settling-days

of the fcdal-al party, his fellow cit:';'cr.m well know made a question in the Congressional election in' E'QUITABLE INSURANCE COMPA'. -The
what stations he has filled, and what have been this district. A candidate, who is a gentleman of -"4 whole of the Capital Stck of t 'e rtEW-
his public services, real worth, I believe from the very circumstance YORK EQUITABLE INSURANCE COMPA-
Admitting, however, the assertion of Mr. Craw- of his having held offices the recommendation to NY, having benm paid piaor secured to be paidr,
ford's friends, that J. Q. Adaimswas a federalist which belonged to MIr. Crawford's department, the Directors now confidently offer to their fellow-
down to the year 1808, the time he resigned his will lose his election, so exasperated are the citizens the means of a fall mindenmnity against loss
scat in the Senate of the U. States, and that he electors against Crawford, though he has given by FIRE, which frequently, in an unexpected mio-
then became the able, active and efficient advocate them reiterated assurances that their choice will ment involves in destruction the ea.ir.igs of a life
of the republican administration and the general be hii. should the election devolve on the house of of industry and frugality, and reduces time idepen-
policy of the republican party, which hie has ever representatives; but they refuse him their suf- dent ani industrious with their families, to poverty
since continued to support, what does it take frages.-Jlabama Repubmitca, fairly and liberally cosinicited, and TllI losses on
from nMr. Adams' political or moral fitness as a their policies promptly paid.
candidate for the Presidency ? Suppose the posi- The J styles the Memorial and Remn- Agreeably to the 2d section of their charier, this
tion of Mr. Crawford's friends well founded The J styles th a ad mon- Company will also receive & attend to applications
would it not show that when Mr. Adams found stancee" which e punbished in our last, "a For Insurance against Loss or Damage occasion-
the party while claimed himas their man was adJ grave, tedious and obscure, and in many points a ed by Robber,, urglar/,,or other Depredations
vocating an anti-American policy, was pursuing gravit of the piece, there can be no dot ; it is co lied on Fur i!are, or other personal propertij,
measures to counteract the laws of the constituted' p r rt e p as contained in dwellings or stores in this city, wh-n
authorities of the country, liis independent mind p a grave topic,; gravity well becomes the ownserious e crs or possessors thereof are temporarily ab-
prompted him to decline serving in tie station to part of t y gravity l becomes te sent from the cly."
hich lie had been elected, because e could sta not subject. But as the fa/lacy o' the arguminnt has Families leaving te City, and not wishing to in-
cunscientiouslybe therepresentativeoftheirviews? escaped most readers, it would have beci highly cur the expense and inconvenience of keeping ser-
What would such conduct hpesew int tie most scru- proper for the editors to have detected and point- vants or agents in their houses during their absence,
pulous integrity ofprinciple, andan entirefi'eedo'm ed it out: more especially as it "has found its will find it their interest to efliet insurance against
from the traimnmels of thIe federal party? way, by some means or other, into many news- these lohisses, in addition to that from fire.
We make these remarks to shew howfutile is tmhe papers in the country," and will be extensively The Company propose insuring against Damage
e make these remarks to shw how futile is the or Loss by Burglary, Robbery, &c. e&c. by the year,
attempt of the Crawfobrd party, to endeavour to rea d.
It is a most singular and ominous facttat tie-hence those who avail themselves of the annual
gain strength eir cause by representing their and ominous at that the surance, will, fo' a small premium, ave their
candid atre asgth t their c ause by reprsdenouncing Mrthei. fiends of Mr. Crawvford should atall ties, and property indlemnified flrom loss, in case of being
cAndidate as the democratic, and denouncing Mr. uniter all circumstances, be afraid of trusting the compelled to abandon their houses, should pesti-
Adams s t ra, didat for te office of Pr- people with the decision of his claims. Mr. Craw- lence at any time render it necessary; at a very
sident. Thetrickis too stale, and the people are too ford's friends now wish the presidential question reduced premium ;-as the rate of insurance du-
wellnformcdmnnational politics, to be thusgulled, to be settled by a Congressional caucus; they ring such a calamity would necessarily be augment-
-Boston Patriot. dare not trust the issue with the free, unbiassed ed in proportion to the increased risk.
.. .1 T -. ., a- nosee persons who at the same time insure a-
wishes of the people. Is it because they believe a mae s It os a-
Tie Crammford Caucus.-The only plausible ex- g l P ."a.. .. Ythntl.lco amnst Loss or Damage by FIRE, and by BUR-
cuse that can begivenforaCongressional Caucus, m y be easi nn.d thman te electoral .GLARY, &c. &c. will have avery liberal deduction
is, 'that itis a good ay toascertai the prevailing college? Mr. Crawford's friends, too, m in the legis- made om thie premium for the latter risk.
is, enthat it is a good way to ascetain the pricien- lature of this state at the last session, refused to Applications for Insurance, personal or written,
sentiment among the People and to give it efficien- place in the hands of the people the privilege of will be received at the Office of the Company, No.
ey.'-Is this the fact ?-Let the table below (taken choosing their own Governor These pimps of 36 FULTON.STREET, between Pearl and Water-
from that valuable paper, the Essex Register) an- aristocracy declared that the people of this state streets, from 8 o'clock, A. M. until 6 o'clock, P. M.
swerthequetion Itwillbe seen that, in the no-were not intelligent and discreet enough to be and also at the Office of Mr. B. Melick, corner of
mination of Mr. Monroe, Massachusetts gave an trusted with so important a privilege ; anid there- hGreenwich and Spring-streets, where an agency
equal voice to Crawford and to .lonroe : although has been established for the convenience of persons
equal voiedykno t hat Crawto and to loneo : 'th fore determined to retain the power in their own resident ia that part of the city. Mr. Melick will
everyth ht by ws that Crawford h the le M een hands! The people of this state ought not to for- immediately forward all applications to the Office,
thought of by any one of the people in Massachu- get that 17 of Crawford's friends defeated the pro- where they will meet prompt attention.
setts. It will be perceived that New-Hampshire, vision for placing the election of Governor in their THOS. R. MERCEIN, President,
Rhode-Island, Connecticut, Vermont and Dela- nds! These men, and all of like principles, are ABRAHAM VANDEVEER, (of Brooklyn)
ware had NO VOICE in the nomination t will now the advocates of a Congressional caucus, to M. M. Q-Ac. Vice President.
be seen that, in the New-York delegation, the .the QUAc(KENOS, sec'ty.
voice of New-York stood three for Monroe and people beware of such ba refaced aristocrats.- DIRECORS.
fifteen for Crawford: while every body knows peopl beware of such barefed aristocrats.- ohn B. Yates, in. Beach Lawrence,
that no one at home, in the state ofNew-York, had eorgia Patriot. William Weyman, B. P. Melick,a
-- Thomas Darling, Harvey Weed,
even thought at all of Crawford as a candidate for The imposing manner and promising auspices Shepherd Knapp, Israel Corse,
th6 Presidency. Can it then be, even for aemomen' under which Mr. Crawford was brought forward, Samuel Thomson, Henry F. Rogers,
Ts E based that this cusF was i efficiency towere eminently calculated to give him popularity John C. Morrison, Daniel E. Iunscomb,
THE SENTIMENTS Or THE PEOPLE? P Jonas N s Isaac Collins.
with the republicans of New-York ; and yet his onas aps, saac Coims.
I. P. F. name, with all the influence and eclat with which Abraham Vande. W eer
RLEPREPSENTATIVES. it was ushered into notice, has uniformly fallen A. H. Van Bokkelin, Brooklyn, L. I.
FOR MR. MONROE. still-born, upon the people; and we doubt whether Losee Van Nostrand,) atg 9

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William Irving
Enos T. Thiroop
Peter II. Wendover
Pennsylvan ia.
Thomas B burnside
Wm. Darlington
Isaac Griffin
John Halmn
Samuel D.. Inghain
Jared Irwin
William Maclay
William Piper
James M. Wallace
Thomas Wilson
William Wilson
William Pinkney, .
Philip ,P. Barbour,
Burwel Bassett,
John Clopton,
Thomas Gholson
Petcrson Goodwyn,
Aylett Hawes,
John P. Hungerford,
John G. Jackson,

James Johnson,
John Kerrn,
William M'Koy,
Hugh Nelson,
Thomas Newton,
Ballard Smith.
North Carolina.
Weldon N. Edwards,
William R. King,
Israel Pickens.
South Carolina.
John C. Calhoun,
John J. Chappell,
William Mayrant,
Henry Middleton,
John Taylor,
William Woodward.
Henry Clay,
R. M. Johnson,
Alney M'Lean,
Solomon P. Sharpe,
Micah Taul.
Win. G. Blount,
B. HI. JHenderson,
Samuiel Powcll,
- .ame B. Reynolds,
Isaac Thomas.
John Alexandir,
James Caldwell,
David Clendenin,
Win. Creighton,jun.
John M'Leau.


there are now three counties in the state, in which
he may be considered as the predominant candi-
date.-Buffalo Patriot.
If we are not greatly misinformed as to the
sentiments of the people of this state-and as to
the western district, at least, we are confident we
are not deceived, Mr. Adams and Mr. Clay are
the two favourite candidates, and will divide be-
tween them, if not the whole, at least four fifths
of the suffrages.-Ib.

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sic of the song, supposed to be either by Birde or John B. Yates Richard H. Wilde. this city, has discovered a composition which hither- Michael Buinham Isaac C. Jones
by Locke, the composer of the music of Macbeth ; New-Jersey. Kentuc-y.. to has proved an infallible remedy for the TINEA 17os. .
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editions, and conjectural emendations of doubtful Ezra Baker Joseph Desha seen such evidemn, of radical cures being perform-. ELISHA TIBBITS, President
passages. Benjamin Bennett Benjamin Hardin ed within my o. vm neighbourhood, which anv one DIRECTORS.
If this first specimen meet with the desired sue- Lewis Condict Samuel M'Kee may behold, even of thirteen years standing, that 1 Elisha Tibbits, Stephen Whitney
- i cess, the rest will be immediately forthcoming, as Thomas Ward Stephen Ormsby. hesitate not to become a principal egent to dispose Henry 1. 'Wyckoff, Charles Dickinson,
I have only to search the Vatican and Bodleian Pennsy/vania. Tennessee. of the article for the United States and the world.- John T. Lawrence, Thomas Buckley,
. libraries, and the Bibliotheque du Roi at Paris, to William Crawford Newton Camnnon. Likewise, the VLi'GEI'ABLE PULMONIC DE James Boorman, Peter Harmony,
complete the work. Hiugh Glasgow Ohio.--None. 1'ERGENT, recently prepared and improved, for Bfnliamin L. Swsan, Francis Thompson,
CoGsuNnimpions amd 1ertions of'the Lungs, prepared by .Iohlm in. Palmer, John Wells,
Your making this prospectustknown through the Aaron Lyle Indiana. ,the SubsrTibe.. P d aps no complaints incident to Phiilim Braer, John Griswold,
medium ofyourinvauable Miscellany will m1ch Jonathan Jennimgs. tile human system are cured with greater difficulty Thomas Franklin, Joseph'Kernochanm
Soblige your obedient and very umble servant,, SENATORS FOR MR. MONROE. than the above named; and after twenty-six years J. VWourmHNGTON, Secretary.
JuliusCasar Scaliger Grub, M... & F.R.S. Mr. Barbour, of Virginia i experience in thll field of medicine, and nearly five -HIS Combpany have a Capital of Half a
S" Campbell, .Tennessee years in this -ity, he thinks he has too much pride J. billion of Dollars, with which they offer to in
S>. oi' character to m'ecommeTde select remedies to ihe id],,nitfy mmaginist Los se or dmaimgm byv FIRtE all lir.
S SIGNS OF THE TIMES. Chase, Vermont publi unless lie mcan demonstrate their tiity.- sos fy agaig nsLoane ae by FIRE, all perem
Hlowell, Rhode Island iheni medicine is purchased, one visit gatis wil Apnications, acomanied with a description o
The Presidenm.--Those editors and correspon- ILacook, Pennsylvania he' ade, within the bounds of this city, to ascer- those proers, to ae issued frih a escy part ofth
Sdents who have entered the lists in fhvour of Win. Robterts, Do. tain the nature of tie disease,... i. United Sim.tes, siill be inu ditaty pa'aswret, md
1H. Crawford and against J.ohn Q. Adams for the AMason, Virginia tis isi his own ofm me on the ,i in. .i n n nsura'ue effectetil oi as favourable t eruis aat a)
Presidency, have constantly harped on the federal- Ra.ggles, Ohio Grand-street, ner Ealrlige. GEOt ROG'IIS.' otm"er office is thie city.
ism of the latter and boldly urged the uniform de- Taylor, Carolina )R. FISHER, Br'oadway, near- Wall-street, is n Te rates of premium are so low, that every per.
moray of the forlatt mer. As te fldly urg eds of r. C. Turneylor, Carolina cipa ? get f, ;i e city lor tihe Improv0ed Veg'- son in the community should vail themselves of this
mocracy of the former. As the friends of Mr. C. Turner, N. Carolinu Sm.ulePulismoin.ic. e g.eit. mids ofmdmmity against that desructive element
boastingly proclaimed the exclusive republicanism Wilson, New-Jersey. imo Tl. cetiy, tat Inave two sos on mde ofindemnity against that destructive element.
of their candidate, their opponents were duced have sons, o and not have to egre t th e loss of the earnings of
o trace back the undevia democratic at SENATOS FO. R CRAWFORD. fii t oilther nmeears of age, both ha ving life ofindustry and frugality, when insurance ma
to trace back the undeviating democratic path SENATO R.S 1FOtdm.3hR.mCRAW FORD.eben'miced wt htlie Tin-a iapitis, auld been par- lie obtainedih iithe followingIig loss rates(' mn'0 1ircnilinuni
trodden by Mr. C. whon they all at once stumbled Air. Barry, of Kentucky tilly cured, and then return ts bad as eeer, one bviz: on Buidigs te city, and low th Northpern
upon his address to President Adams, expression, Talbot, do. five years afflicted and the other two years. I at ain midle Staties
the fullest confidence in his administration, &c. Condict, New-Jersey length was ioduced to try Chivvis's Liniment, and l st class, f Builldings at 22 cts. for Si00 per year
"&c. This, si other aberrations from what have Morrows, Ohio in the course of six weeks, they were entirely cured 2t o o 25 a d
been -considered the tests of democracy, clearly Sanford, New-York without pain, and have continued perfectly well, 3d do i 30( do Ido do
make it appear that Mr. Crawford cannot be sup- -Williams, Tennessee with teatif eads of hair-their cure as effected t (h do do 37J do do do
i, nines months ago-this can be demonstrated my cmil- 51m io dto fil in its do
ported, oni any ground, as the, exclusive and un- Thus it appears that Mr. Monroe had bit 64 ing oi the subscriber, crnerm of orsyth and Delao--- 't do mi 662 do d | db
deviating democrat which he htv.h been represented votes to 53-but 11 more than Mr. Crawford. cey streets. For the benefit of others, I tecl it myv 7thii o to 7 1 do do so
to be. This being the case, certain individuals of duty to make this declaration. 'he otl.ice is open for the transaction of business
the editorial corps, favourable to Mr. Crawford, Extract of a letter from a friend in Tuscaloosa to a 20th March, 1323. MARK SOLOMON. from nine o'clock i the morning until sunset. [jm16
aTe simultaneously engaged in the work of at- gentleimaninH imtscville, dated U 41 hJu, 183 by the application of thetwo s years ago, ECANTS.
bv ths applicationi e, poithe-phiofs himinm eery muir i ,U 'T M E ICHAN\NTS.
temptg to detect fm the well earned, and el Your esteemedvournder date te 16th inst. pulled from te he, ad le bald aud distressing ERCHANTS and olier, holders of Merhan
deserved, reputation of John Quincy Adams.- has been'gratefully received. The notice it made sore, until tll application of the above Linimentn dize are respectfully informed, that the IVASH-
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this one point, to make it appear that Mr. Adams, the presidential election, was in accordance with their Oftice, corner of Willial and Johln-stieets, to
as well as Mr. Crawford, was once connected with my expectation. It is really surprising to observe SMOKY CHI-Il7NES, t-c. insure GOODS of every description held on corn-
the federal party. Iln their daily efforts to effect how different public opinion is in this section of EDWARD HENRY mission, in trust, or otherwise, from LOSS or DA-
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Mr. Adams was an active leader of the federal that I think I shall hazard nothing in saying Mr. the public, that he continues to cure Smoky The stability of this Comiany is unquestionunbe,
party, that he is afederalist, that lihe is the Hart- ADAMs will receive of the votes of the several Chimnies, uand to set 'Tallow Chandlers' Pans, m i in the inte lrily of its management the public
ford Convention candidate, &c. &S. and all this in counties in whiiah I am. informed three-fourths. Grates, &. in the most approved manner. Front may repose the fullest confidence.
the face of facts on record, that prove the falsity There are some who, through motives ofgratitude i onidently asser in that ine of there be ausipoess, ibilit can Aof ppic atins for insurance may be lft at te Of-
of such assertions. True it is that on his return some who have fought under his banners, who are confinlsm l assert, that if there be worsa possibility of e it case Companey, at anm hour of the dbay; in
from Europe in 1801, Mr. Adams became in some personally acquainted with himn, view as the sco nd certainly cit'mey, ;andeve if'upon examination, he aost ciOthers its sped can iswersiatey be efectedas
measure identified with the federal party, in con- saviour of his country," and esteem him a1 En- shouni denm it inturahle, he ill not eminde; tae it.- the nature of aliatios will a mit b ve s
sequence of his being elected to the Senate of gland once did her Edward the Confessor, that will* He farther asserts as a fact, which is well known to JAMES SWORDS, President.
Massachusetts from this District, and subsequently support General JACKSON.-This number, should many of our fellow-citizens, that, after other saionu min 15 iPE'TE HAI ES, Secretaryv
in 1803, under peculiar circumstances, to the the General's name not be run, will put their oocrons have attempted in vain to remedy this evil LE .-, ih Mechinic Finr hsuraue Cor-
Senate of the United States. But while in the weightin the scale of Mr. Adams. Ido not think a t theft employic toea dicy'lousierle exehan- m fai'tmearcmoofin
Senate of Massachusetts, lie evinced the independ- Mr. CLAY will be supported except by thatpor- theIfolIewsing gentlemen :-lMr. S nnielTokrer No bitants of the upper part of the city, established an
ence of his mind, and his inflexible integrity in op- tion of the citizens who have emigrated fromKen- '9 Bridge-street; Mr. obert M. IRussell, 39 Frank- Agency office at the corner of Grand-street and
posing the incorporation of the Boston Bank, tucky. The excitement against Mr. CRAW ORD lit,-slieet; Mr. Robert Steel, 35 Bridge-street; Mr. Bowely, where applications for Insurance will be
which was at that time a favourite measure is almost incredible-it is admitted by all who are Moses Bedle, No. 32 Gold-street; Mr. Wells, 174 received dmi promptly attecued to.
with the then leading federalists. And while competent to form an opinion, that he possesses ta- Cherry-street ; Mr. P. Harris, No.27 Stone-streent; 10 B. CRAN E, Secretary.
in the Senate of the United States, his voice lents far beyond mediocrity-it is the unpopular Mr. Purdy, No. 89 Christie-stiect; ftar. HAirdHea. ivi- SAiONEY TO. LOAN.
was ever heard on the side of his country, and appointment of United States' officers in this State, ll orders left o t hishoury- e, No.6 UmRy oes. .IX .THOUSAND DOLLARS to loan on Bond
his vote was frequently given against tIhe ultra- to whose advancement hlie has been it is supposedSTREET, orat the oline ofthis paNe. NIa. 30 iil the central part oftois Citynd It may be had inoney
federal; instance the Louisiana and Embargo instrumental, that injures him more than every Main-street, will be promptly attended to, and the or separate sums. Inquire of
questions. Since he resigned his seat in the Senate other objection which has been raised. The sup- work done in thie-best inanncrannd on the most rein- SAMUEL HEALY, Stock Exchange Broker.
of the United States, which was in open defiance port of IMr. Crawford for the presidency has been sonable ternla. jan 3- I in m No. 46I Vall.street.

Gr-.l The above-muentioned establishment, si-
-- tuated in the healthy amnd flourishing village.
L[-.i . state of'New-York, is offered for sale at a low price
and on a liberal credit. The main building is 50"
feet square, three stories high, andI fronts on the
publlic sqare. The sables are large andm commo-
dious, anid have recently undergone a thorough re-
pair. The quantity of land to be sold with the
buildings s nearly two acres, having, on the square
1 'Ontl ofit 10G feet, ai.d on WVashington-treet 165
feet. Possession of the property will be given on
the Ist April next. The ii ie is indisputable, and a
good warranty deed ill lie exeented to the pur-
chaser. For further particulars, apply to ithe sub-
scriber. (ROBJERT' TROUP.
Geneva, Ontario County, August IS, 1823.
N. B. If the property ibe not sold by the 1st Tiues-
day in Febtuary next, it will theiim be sold at auction
on i he premises. a25-c3t
-" The Subscriber oilers for sale, a FARM
___LJLofabout forty-five acres, u ell proportioned
tor at.Midow, Plow and Timber Land, situate in the
town of Warwick, county of Orange and state of
New-York. There are on the premises a Fulling
Mili/ Carding machine, all in complete repair. It
is situate oni a fine Streamn of Water, anmi is one of
thie best stamls in the Comty fior a Factory There is a
Wood Lot of about thirty acres, situate within a
mile and a half from thie Farnm, which can be had
with the above. Payments will be made easy.
For further particulars, inquire of the subscriber,
living in the village of WVarwick.
LkJM g A HOUSE, and twenty acres of land in
I i... i.- i Town, New-Jersey, beautifully si&uateti
on an eminence, commanding a view of the'town,.
and within 1-4 ofa mile of the market. The house
is commodious, containing five rooms on the lower
floor, (besides the kitchen) and five rooms above.-
It is well calculated for the country-seat of a gen-
tleman of fortune ; and has attached to it a farm-
house, and all those out building which such a per-
son would wish. There is an excellent garden, con-
taining the greatest variety and abundance of tho
choicest fruit. The land is of a superior quality,
and in a high state of cultivation. It is" within two
miles of the steam-boat ferry, so that a person re-
siding shere, may leave home in the morning, be in
New-York during business hours, and return to E-
lizabethitown the samnie evening. If the place is not
sold, the house and garden will be rented until the
first of May next, or for a shorter period. For par-
ticulars, inquire of William Halsted, Jun. Trenton,
New-Jersey, or the subscriber, No. 3 Law Build-
ings, corner of Nassau and Cedar-streets.
m in 2 0. HALSTED.
S PIES & BURGER, 184 Gleenwich-street, New-
York, .offer for sale, on the most reasonable
ermins, the following articles-
15 tons Logwood, 10 tons Cuba Fustic
5 ons Nicaragua, 100 bbls. ground Camwood
100 bbls. ground Logwood
50 do. ground Nicaragua, 50 do. do. Fustic
3000 do. Blue Vitriol, 2000 do. Dutch Madder
50 bbls Copperas, 25 do. Alum
12 dozen Fullers' Jacks
Oil Vitriol, Red Tart. Red Wood, Olive Oil, Ben-
gal, Guatimala and Flotant Indigo, Verdegris, Nut-
gas Hops, Teasels, Tentl Hooks, Press Papers, Pot
andi Pearl Ashes, etc. together with a general as-
sortment of Drugs and Medicines.
Persons wishing any of the .above articles caha
have them genuine by directiig..:asabopye. a26 c
0. 34 Cliff-street, corner of Fulton-street-esta-
blished in 1814 for the sale of Wool on Commission.
The return of the Shearing Season calls for the
Annual Report of the subscriber on the prospects to
the Farmer and Sheep Holder for the sale of their
Wool. and enables him to present to the friends of
this Establishment his acknrowledgments for the
patronage extended to it. Judging from appearan-
ce-, the prospect is not the most battering, but is by
no means discouraging. Manufacturers experience
in the sale of their goods the effects of the unsettled
state of business ; but it is not doubted that the evil
is temporary, and that in it few months vigour and
stability will be restored. Importations have in some
measure reduced the value of Wool, but the remark
applies more to coarse than fine; anid if tihe vaf with-
Spain has the effect expected, fine Wool will not be
operated upon materially, and may eventuate i .thei-
prices of last year. In tendering his services to the
Farmer and Sheep Holder in the sale of their Wool,
he begs to assure them of continued attention to
their interest, and a determination.to adhere strict-
ly to Commnission business, which from his long ex-
perience in that lin-egives him the power of con-
ducting with decided advantage to them. Advan-
ces made on consignments.-lNew-York, June, 1823.
( Bags furnished for transporting Wool to the
Warehouse, m 31
Goodsell's Patent lHemp and Flax Dresser and
T Grain Thrasher.
I HE subscriber having purchased an interest
in the above named machine, is ready to dispose of
rights for the counties of Sullivan, Ulst', Dutchess,
and all other counties south of them, in the state of
New-York; the states of Connecticut,New-Jersey,
PermsylvaHia, and the states and territories south
and west thereof.
The said machine weighs about 200 lbs. is very
simple in its construction, and almost indestructible
in its composition, being made chiefly of cast.iron.
When driven by one horse,,or water- power, it, is
capable of breaking, scutthingand haekline of dew
or water rotted flax, by the labour of a- single per-
son, 100 lbs. per day, and in a style far superior to
that usually done by hand. Of hemp, that is well
rotted, (affd it is not pretended that it will dress un-
rotted hemp or flax,) the same person, with the,
same machine, may dress out for market-, from 2 to
300 lbs. per day ; anid. with the most trifling altera-
tion of the rest or fulcrum, upon which the flax
and hemp are held when broken, the same machine
will thrash out from 60 to 80 bushels of any kind of
grain petr day-A clover cleaner, and straw cutting
alpparatus, may be attached to it, also, at pleasure,

but they are not intended to be furnished with the
machine. Those who may wish to inake use of
them, will be furnished with a model for the pur-"
pose. The whole is set in motion without cog
wheels, or spur wheels-A five inch strap over a
drum and whirl, of suitable dimensions, the fix-
tures for which, where tie farmer has timber of his
own, may be completed at ni expense of about ten
dollars, constitute its gearing. The price of a
single' machine and the rielit to use it, is one hundred
dollars. There is one now in daily operation at the
.subscriber's place at Hoboken, opposite:the city,
where gentlemen may satisfy themselves iof its per-
formnance anid utility. .
Letters, post paid, directed to the stibscriber at
New-York, requiring fhrilid' information or the
price of a state, county, or town, will be dtlly attend-
fel '2S-dlwecGmn
.,LqJ SlPECT.IULE Ll.MAA'U il tO'Tli ',

AMES DEAMER (Successor to J Ander-
son) has for sale, of his own manulfacture, a gen-
eral assorliment of Gold, Smlver, Gilt, Plated, T''or-
toise Shell, anud Steel uiinited Spectacles, with con-
cave, Convex, or Green Gtlasses; Concave Glasses
tfor thie short sighted, mounted in various ways;
oe-inpc, tar wemik eyes; Rc'ading slansscs; Eye
1 .... Linen Provers ; Pocket Letmses for Betmam-
isis; Micrnoscopes ; Opira and Spy Glasses ; 'edes-
copls ; Thermomneters : Baroimmelrs ; Cases of Ma.
chematical In struments, and a general assortment
of Optical hInstrutments, with a variety of Spectacle
CAso, an eiegatt assormtment of Faucv 'vll .,
Canes miounied with gohl, silver, ivory aid buck.
horn, with or without Swords. All .the above arti-.
cles wholesale and retail, and all made and repairmi'e:"
to order. New Glasses fitted to old ftnmaomes [nov I..
h'icmumiond C'oumty, ss.
WHEREAS, the monies arising from the sanies'
of the real estate whereof John Decker died.
seized, hath been brought into thie Surrogate's Of-.
fice--Notice is iheeby given to all persons having,
demands against thie estate of the said John Deck-
er, deceased, to exhibit thie same properly proven,
at time Surrogate's Otlice at thie town of Castleton,
in thie county aforesaid, on thie twenty-sixth dayo f
August next, at two o'clock in the afternoon, when
and where a final settlement andi distribution o tilhe
said estate will behmade. TIUNIS EGBERT Surr.

Surrogate's Office, May 20, 18a3.
inm 27-lmaw3m [Al
B Y order of thle Honourable Daniel C. Ver-
planck, a Judge of the Court of Conimou
Pleas in and for the county of Dutchess, Coun-
sellor, &c. notice is hereby given to all the cred-
itors of Joseph Seabury, of the town of Fishkill, in
said county, an insolvent debtor, to show cause,
if any they have, before the said Judge, tit his,
chambers, on the 16th day of September next, at
eleven o'clock in the forenoon of that day, why au
assignment of the sail insolvent's estate should
not be made fo r the benefit of all his creditors'
and his person be exempted from imprisonment,
pursuant to the act, entitled an act to abolish
imprisonment f ir debt in certain case," ipamesed
April 7, l819. Dated July ,1, 1823.
jy 2it -6w th ,a'i.