Independent chronicle & Boston patriot
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Title: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot
Uniform Title: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. Semiweekly)
Alternate title: Independent chronicle and Boston patriot
Running title: Boston patriot & daily chronicle
Physical Description: 29 v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Hale, Nathan, 1784-1863
Publisher: Ballard & Wright
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: March 3, 1821
Publication Date: 1817-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Citation/Reference: Brigham, C.S. Amer. newspapers
Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microprint by Readex Microprint Corp. and on microfilm by Graphic Microfilm.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 49, no. 3769 (June 4, 1817)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
General Note: "For the Country" appears in under the masthead until Sept. 27, 1817.
General Note: Published by Ballard & Co., 1829-1831; Nathan Hale, 1832-1840.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Preceded by: Independent chronicle (Boston, Mass. : 1801)
Preceded by: Boston patriot and morning advertiser
Succeeded by: Boston commercial gazette (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: Columbian centinel (Boston, Mass. : 1804)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)
Succeeded by: Boston semi-weekly advertiser

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SEMI-tWEEKLY, z&DutBu a q w0 ,BciGirO, ui' 'rinH Li/WI OF T HE LAWS OF v THE UN'ITD.J _


.' .. ,f .. .
AT a general Convention or the citizens from different parts of
the State, at Boston, on Thuiatay evening, Feb. ist. it was resolved,
.unanimously, to recommend tor the electors of this Commonwealth, the

as the Republican Candidate for Governor; and the

korp' L Iulc)nant A 'ovc'~ or. the ensuing jioltkial yea ; and that t ie
,Convention woUld use all fair arid hofiorable means tapffect their election.
'~-L' A _t, ? "
SIX U ENTi[ C 3 GRESS. d ption of the resolution, by a vote of 101 to
i SEYAT-.. I' On motion of Mr. Clay, with tile expressed"
TivnisoDAir, February S2. wish of the Speaker in favor of that coarse, it
Mr. Wallrobf Alab. presented 'lie'eimnorie' was ordered that the committee on the part of
of the CounVdtnou by wShiciwas framed the tllis housecoesisting of twenty three members
costitution of Alabama, praying for the an- ,corresponding with the number of states)
iexation : that Mlne ofso much of thie territo- wouldd be appointed byballot. And"to-morrow
ra eded b Slpain to" the United S rates t t t1 o'clock was ixed upon as the time for ap-.
08Wwetof the App~lachicola river, and de- pointingSthe committee.
ing the dei and t sent of the said state The bil making ppropriations for the sup-
fn h annexation a port of the Navy for-the year 1821., and the
Mr. N. sle frepoite a bill for the relief of bill authorizing the erection of certain light-
,,,"Dear iWeymouth ; whliich was read'. hosns, passe, through a committee of the
Mr. Smith made u'nfavorahle repots'on the whole, Mr. Foot in the chair, and some of the
options of Jfhn Slocum and John Calhoon former were debated. The two bills were,
whih read however, in the end, ordered to be engrossed-
Oche Seiate p 1ed i -- ni- the urf- for-a third reading.
vt~ tle report .' 1. ,~'ls'. on 'the ffollowi, message '~s received from
t S ,memnOrial (or '.-' l, : amber; the President a.the Ulnil, ates, byMr. Gou-
ai1 it Wnrcrncuri.l verneur, his. piyate Secontary.
SThe ort lof th "i- ; '- ont the TL the Senalejigd House of 'Reprelntatives of
,reh c -f r .. :a3 ,'L),wo'i es alsuhois- ill Unitted States.
ie "t La'e f he 3 i .1t, ;df't tltwo Hou. The Treaty ofAi nity, Settlement, and I1ii6-
se- dCofa*s, and foan the to ,O;e its between the tni.id States aud Spain, sinu-
p:t ti.en i, d "'' ed on the 22d of February, 1819, having been
t-a, e. l o l''n' b ,'A\ ratifielby the contracting parties and the rati-
,h ,.t p. 3e'Cled '. r ,.i. icaton, iiarvingbeen escl.in l.J iS herewith"
Tei16 ,. t L- th- tilta d i e to o- connicated to ConE-w., -tsuch lieeile-
tve ...tn rc'd ei l l r I te k aduree. mA be ttken au they shalljdge
tweVnt~,su re i'e tt .t' n t by prroper'orc'arrying the ianme into e.xecilion.
the eleq c6minilt ll. V -,JAME.SM iROE.
Mr. l)ickerson, in a speech of some length, I, aslit on, Feb 22d d to
Examined the details of the proposed amen;d- The message warhead, and eferred to the
ment,ard ehreised his desire to retain the bill. committee on Foreign Relations.
fromntthe IIose of Rep:'esentatives, in prefer- T'he,Speaker laidl before the House the fol-
eice to that reported by the military commit- lewing letter' from the Secretary of State :
tee. Mr. D. concluded Ins remarks by moving To the Speaker of the House of Representaties
to tri:;o out so much of the bill as provides for oef tlhes United Stales.
remain g a iJdge Advocate, to be stationed at ie:pasrment of State, s2d Feb. 1821.
Washington Sia i I have the honor of transmitting here-
!u" eas and Navs on the. motion were as with a report upon Weights and leasures,pre-
follows: pared in conformity to a resolution of the House
YEAS.-Messrs. Brbour, Chandler, Dana, of Representatives, of 19th December, 1819.
Dickerson, Gdtilard, Holmes, of Maine, Hor- With the highest respect, I am, ir, your very
sey, Kin, of Alib. Knight, Lanian, Macon, humble and obedint servant,
Noble, Pal* ,;'itsaegles,Sanfordl Smith,South- JOHN W.It CY ADAMS.
ard, Ticbhe0a .Van '. e, Walker, of Alab. and' The letter and the report, which is of very
Williais, of M iss.- great volume, werh ordered to lie on the table
NAYYS.-Messrs. Eaton, Edwards, Elliot, and to beprinted..
Holmes, of Miss. Hunter, Johnson, of Ken. r. e, rAm t i aDiAtnr' 23.
King,of N. Y. Lowrie, Miis, Otis, Parirott, Rab- Mr. Rhea, from the. committee on Pensioos
etts, Stokes, Tylor, 'Thomas, Trimble, Wal- and Revolutionary Claims, made unfavorable
ker,of (Goo. arid WUaru, of 'Tenua--1. : reportson thapetiti6ns bf Jonathan Chase and-
A Mr2 4 mith then moved to strike out so much Isaa Barnhaa ; which were read.
of ith amendeddbill as provides for retaining a I The engrossed billmaking appropriations fo
Majo Genbral, s as to.retain only one Briga- | the support of te Navy of the e nittd. States
dier General;, ands"ied at somp length to 1' r to e 'r r 1821, and the engrossed billto au-
proe te prpriety .- LLe i'.tcric. t i ..l.-i the building of light houses on Cross
Mr. Johns4hi, of hi'n .ll l1.-.cl' and Mr. andPond Islands, in the harbor of Booth bay,
1;ing,of New York, followed on the otheb side, and at the'mouth of Oswego river, and placing
end were in favor of retaining the form of -the buoys off the Shoals of Neotucket -and Vine-
blll ltas tri ct A rt id L Ji, ..miI 4mm e... d \a .mun, neci the harbor cf'WiceTord, and
lfheC Yei. arn NF.d,= Lb, Liuort on tis .n- i thle :LTairalra re.er,-and tfi- otlh*er-l seo ,
tion, were, Ypap 1'iye ~2y I were read a ihud time, pos~*.dharnd .-nlt the
So the Senate.-.fead to strike out the la- Senate for cone orene
-jor General ; and The Speaker laid before the House a letter
Te- Senate adjourned, from the Treasurer of the United States, tr'hs-
Fapjirs, FB R uAr 23, emitting the annual statements of his accounts;
AmonAigst the iptitions presented to-day was which were ordered to lie on the table.
one by Mt. King, of N. Y. from the merchants PUBLIC LAND DEBT.
ofNew-Yqrk, representing that, by the con- The House. then, on motion of Mr. C:rc l1.
traction given to the 18th section of the act again resolved itself into a committee fi ILe
supplementary t. the act to regulate the collec- whole, Mr. Allen, of N.W ork, in the chair, on
tion ofdities which they believe erroneous, the bill for the reliefof purchasers of the public
they are subjected to great inconvenience and lands prior to the 1st July, 1820; which after
frequent pcE-hiii.-, atd praying the passage 9f, being reported to the -louse was finally laid
an explanatory act. upon the table.
Agreeably to notice given yesterday, Mr.Tal- Mr. Archer; of Va. then reported that the tel-
bot, having obtained leave, introduced a bill to lars appointed to examine the ballots given for
provide for the due execution of the l:ws of the a committee of23 members on the Miasouri
'nited States ih the state of Missouri; and the subject according to the resolution of yester-
bill was read. day, had performed that.duty-the result of
The amendment of the other house to the bill which ballot he delivered in.
for the relief of Cow mSamuel Tucker was a-1 It appeared that 157 members had -been voted
greed to by the'Senate. for-but that the following seventeen gentle.
The Senate resumed the consideration of the men o nly had a majority of the ballots given
hill to reduce the military peace establishment, and Were elected, viz :
and the substitute proposed therefore by the mili- Messrs. Clay, 6f Ken. Messrs. Eddy, of R. I.
tary committee of the Senate. Cobb, of Geo. Ford, of N. Y.
After several motions and some disciission on Hill, of Maine Culbreth, Md.:
the minor details of the bill, Mr. Smith moved Barbour,ofVa. Hackley, N.Y.
to strike out of the 14th section of the commit- Storrs, of N.Y. S. Moore, Pa.
l" ee's amendment that .part which directs that Cockejof Ten. Stephens,Con.
1ll vacancieswhich. say occur in the army pri- Rankin,of Mis. Rogers. of Pa.
or to June, 1S22, "shall be filled by selection Archer, of Va. Southard, N.J.
friom the officers ilisbahded by virtue of this Browni of Ky.
4.et, provided a 'sutlcient number, of suitable Seventeen only being elt~ted; there remain-
character, apply forte same." ed six members yet to be appointed.
Mr. Otis moved to restore the provision for a mlr. Clay moved, as the operation of ballot-
Judge A-dvocate, with a salary of 2000 dollars ing again tomorrow would be tedious and cre-
which was yesterday stricken out in committee ate delay that the House agree, by general
of tlie whole. consent, to select the remaiining six members
The motion was agreed to, ayes 20 n-ez 17; frin those living received the next highest
and number of votes.
The bill was then ordered to be engrosselaas It w-.vs also suggested that .the Speaker ap-
amended, and read a third time. point the remaining six-and the Speaker hav-
SThle ;.'..r'tI, 1,':r some tima in tha.cotnside- ing intimated to the .House that, if tire duty de-
Fation .'I f:e.-:ativ.: business; evolved on him, he should, from a sense of pro-
And then adjourned. priety, make the appointment from the hames
S'standing next highest to those elected, on the
HOUSE OF REPRESL.T.TJ'TITfES. list-the latter course was concurred in by tke
THuw va r, February 22. Hiause, Mr. Clay having withdrawn his motion,
-The bill from the Senate "further to citab- in favor of that course
lisli he compensation eo the ollicers employed It.appeared theu that the five following gen-
in the collection of duties on imports and ton- tlemen are also elected on thle committee, be-
niae, nd for other purposes, was'twice read ing the next highest on tie list:
-and refisrred to the committee on Commerce. Messrs. Darlington,Pa. Messys, Gross, of N.Y.
The engrossed resolution providing for jails : Pitcher, N.Y. Livermqre,N H
in certain Ca". for the safe custody of per- Sloan,ofOhio.
sonis re ullln .1 ut der the authority of the U. Afterthese Messrs. Randolph and Baldwin
States, >'a-- rpal i ihiid time, passed, and sent were next highest on the list, and having an e-
to the Senate for concurrence. qual number of votes, it remains for the Speak-
The bill from the Senate for the relief of er to designate the gentleman who shall make
Samuel Tucker, as amended in this house, so the 23d member of the committee.
as to-.reduce the annuity to 20 dollars per The House then adjourned.

Smon'ith, was read athirdtime.
The qtesti.-'m on tlie p.saare-ofthe bill was
Carriedby 'beeV n.- iend' .to..7&; and re-
' turned to ir, Sr. na~t tlor concurrence iiB the
M3r. Clay then rose to make his expected
nation respecting Missouri, which was in the
ll.:..' iliape ,
/...- .1,1 That.a committee be appointed, on
the part of this House, jointly with such com-
mittee as may be appointed on the part of. the
Senate, to consider and report to the Senate
and to thi House, respectively, whether it be
exped'ient or not to make provision for the ad-
mislon of Missouri into the Union on the same"
footing as the original states, and for the due
exectiou of the laws of the United States,with-
in 1,'isiouri; and, if not, whether any other,
wit!d what provision, adapted to her actual con-
dition, ought to be made by law. '
On thil: mouion there took plaice a debate of
about anu hour's length which resulted in tihe a-

The following abstract from the new..Spanish
Tariff, refers more particularly to provisions,
&c..the exports of this country.
Rice, prohibited ; Fish, $2, 40 duty per qtl ;
Beef, Pork, Bread, Beans, Hams, Salmon, pro-
hibited. Wheat, Corn, Barley, and Rye, pro-
hibited while the price of wheatbeless than -4
per fanega ; Flour prohibited while the price
is below $6 per 100 lbs. Cinnamon, 50 cts.per
lb.; Cloves 37 1-2 ; Butter, 5 cetta ; Lard, 2A
mrs. (about 3 1-2 cents) per lb ; Cheese $2 per
100 Ibs; Bum $1 20 per a. about 20 bottles ;
* Teas, 37 1-2 per b ; Staves, $10 per 12('0.
The above duties are exacted in Spanish bot-
toms ; in-Foreign vessels, one'third more.
The duty on Staves is so arranged, that all
qualities pay the same. Pipe Staves thetefoire
possess a great advantage. Tobacco is admit-
tod freely a from the month of dbarch,, pying in
a Spanish vessel 20 cents per b.
Y Mler. lAdv.

PATRIOT. F FOMj BLIFAX.--By, the schr. Cherub, r,'OM TIIEESSEL- REGISTEn. .ing on every occasion in some form dr others
SCapt. Atheam, arrived at this port yesterday 1o. 1. thele effect of passion on the minl and ecnltue.t
FRIDAY, MArCB- 1821_ 2, natice. This etibility of couiaitnrance Is Pi+
RIDAY MR ,. t ._ -frmoti Halifax, we received: from oui corres- To the Electors of .assachsetts,. culiar to Mr. Kesni; yet 1, .II.. c., o 1l the varia-
We leaffi from Washinr.-in lhat Mr def Ies) lii narsit le _pf IHalifua papers, to February Afteraprotracted session, at .tihe expense. of tons of gnilt ret orse and. contrition, as-ost
v le will probably remain two or thlie moatbh! 1h. \\ e do',..t ia.l htai they contain any sixty-thowaud dollars to the State, thie Convn- perfectly exhibited in every liaeitueMit of- hi
in this county and intends rit in i ciy.4 -iOpotre t cali f ,rm atio tionhaveseparated. From a careful examina- :ouintenuance, the essential principle of the
nd lty.-ca!lnformton, tion of their .doings, we can,say with perfect character assumedris not lost.
The .hip that brought li;n will i.-tltn, uand Padurntgertin.tl e Cherub, Messrs. Boothe, con iction,.that. it wpuldi havv been well had nl this we think consists Mr. Kean's great
frigate is expected to counvev hitir to Rio A ai .Quigley, S wtll, Davis, and Mrs. Douglas. they never have assembled. They were com- excellence as a irfom'ner; we irve not -seen
no. From t'".'e -surce. w ae ralli HAL'FAX, Feb, 8. posedl of.-inaproper materials, too deeply iin- him in a-variety of parts, annd ,(.:-.u-,'ily
Sroa there is sme pr.so. cto. at st ae tmrn We omitted to notice, in our, paper of last terested in abuses to ase their amlaend- npt st be c..i,-;ed ,. -..,l :.- ,.f ,,, p 111;11-
.that there is smen p oprc at lest a te Tue il. u, a 1,lutin ch la.sed't ousenient. TAke their amendments together, aud larly in ..c yprt ,t -, E1.. I ~r mrr.-
pur.y settlement o opr cl ci diflt*. of Sinbv l'e .. Tl'ursdoy increasing the the~1oastitution is much better as it stands at H'er thediersonation is perfect; It; t ,; ,ui
itsm.ivh Frae.-So saya the WI Y'. -c1 li tdl'rasl i ,a to mo Aim..i4 aouse;B l p-eml tsi i nl liafter their a-loionm. of Hounr" is act, dby lDM Xenan, in a manner
c-a.d4 als-'a peooluiAon ie"oipaojtnoi, sol por-e! AItiiB ien lht Cotanti;,., %% erre firr aenimblied we which forest n ohf lh i ua;ainatiian or ttc anditiar
"'TP Th Prei t o nt npn ajl n.od b sd byt iae-resade s. hope~.betler things lthemi. saw, s e almost a convic'-ios i i rally. Iir 6ftlifabe
y.. t wRE -he Preis T ld d' ur flourD t. been per- 1 (lbJ'.ltl. a -pirilti, cortM n le Ile LLd u, triaing t~make p.rl: ,,tkre .mli.lcn ofhisat't-
elamation annoupcing its ratification, together mitted ie natualdeith~a its warmtne'.'i syll.jta s wlsuia0aiirnn. as devd of argument ing, by quotations fimll the ply, iia t.e mant
with the Treaty itself, will be fasd .i iour and niostotitot'ary supporter, -appdaringto be ',li e- thmklinig cotn Iell ioliarnhony. Buttwe .-ner- o some; wq d, ur pt~Is to criticise,
columns this day, By the official act on thl. soheartily ashamed of the meas4ie which lIe %tere dre,-icrE. ',%,o h nci mtslawere met v.th hill mtr ficnI -he l i 5ve a dce as ,ek-
:part of Spin, it will been that he grants of roosed anad defended, as to be anxious to. 'spirit,.thy were postponed tuntjl par't- ofthe an:'li: r.hl hi. pe'm-lii-ty esellent andA emphat-
part of Spain, it will b that dae ant wt f roitlhe public view, eve,,lthe con- members were gone to their homes, and enough hw .ronir inrmnon a ilio:e passageetoauhig his
lands in Florida to the likel of Allagon and temptation of its absurdity; it is. to ee rcgett ofthe remaindertrained.to the purposes of the crime and his:mervir
others, which have caused so much diticulty, ted that any act of the Legislature should take 'ile leaders; The People of Massachusetts have When I think --- II
and delay, aredeclaredto b nnulled. Pro- nlace, which would indirectly enh ance the now demonstration,, that in A numerous pliblic -- on 1Ii, ,'ir.* I Wlir
n de claim of priceofthe arecessaries of life ;--nd most as- body there is nosafety. 'Thelarger the body, And in a6iswer Ici n, ,i,,..cirtalion rmade to
~suedlvision is made for authetih nesting the claims of ay uter'rthes' wiih all be the greate'the. proportion that-ican operated, hit of the unhap.y I.t h. lg oa the bariorse of,
our citizens for Spanish .depredations, for imposed upon Americane vessels will have lat' "''1' ., l.-t i,, whose only aim is their own conscie nce;
which a compensation of five millions of dol- effect. ,,,,W .q..q it.-' ----
lars is to be paid. Those iit authority over the vhi amost absud al'g o t to a dvnncethat I. ;,. ,,-,s of t Cpers, tonexal.e ihe pir. pses of an c i tor, a,.i ,:ri,,tl t flor
as Ihe Amcm'icirt vessels tesoit to hiatbors niteat, it t. tI I''e.,' of the Convehstlon.-.. the purposes of an actor, Dolls .:.oitreqienfly.a
Floridas, and the Spanish troops, are to be the shore, a.nd- there land cou traband articles l "l' "Ir .l freely and audibly, in- 'adical defect in ti prf;.rn.mi im ., irue, it *
withdrawn from the territory within six months or that as they derive .a .. .: fron I.e Lightit fluencad only by the public good, and not not so full and ,p- .,!!ii o I '-oice of soI4e
after the exchange of ratifications, or sooner if Houses on the coat, .1 1r. ,i. .-, ,, ,, Cnaph blinded by party prejudices or-partiities. It- plays, but it is better r.vornerl irl better
aert xcange ra ca s, Canso;--fat all ess.. I I i .il :.-.mn which ',,tI c, e us as mich pleasure-to speak of the r,,apcl.], -7. his perfctf ronrninnad of i,i to-ill
practicable. resort to Halifax, Ihoidd p'ty an additional du- honest and honorable conduct df Col. Pick-. mh, .-3,. iy of toe'and accent reruired, Withil
S --t--' "' ty for the support of 0uch light houses. man and Judge Jacklon, in opposition to the itlpimnpass. The merit qtr,, on iT i cnot dqc
Front the nA'aional I r,,,-l 'e rr. rf23d ult. We consider sich reasoning a. absurd; he- justt and improper measliias of the Conven- pepd l ;;c r,..i:. on the an.'rir ..1 *.*oice wil.gh
Mr. Clay has made another attempt -to untie cause in the first place, the additional duties tion, as of that of those friends in..whose polliti he nay possess, but in iU c:raabity .- ter. -
the Gorian ktot into whihe lMissouri on- that may be imposed on vessels bringing floir .cal views we moreigenerally coiltar. irtg e Ir linin7e or .teln. ani pFsi'lnn irellu-
Stheoto this towat, must be defrayed by its inhabi-: MuIch as we maydi .A prove of the do6iog of site If It .- I, ;! .r3n;;,n l ,i l, te rcl:l a;'-:.4.d.
troversy has been woven. We wishhim most tants; aandsesondiy, as British vessels a e not the.oonveution, we by no means. ewtertEti so That Mr. i ca I,, -,It \e J.d:, n i.!i ny
sincerely, all thde success which wre'thinki he permitted to bring cargoes from the United bad an opinion of them, s woul&ainivitably res htit thev ar. e :-'lJ -rAt i.H H .- a 111le t'.
deserves. It isthe last attempt, we presume, States,they camnnit compete with tle Am nicanm iuit frl a .pern'nsl of ti' ftle, lame and the st steotituths, Ert.l '.. l.. .s dt- hqe
hi il be mad. o icpisl th P ct a' trader. h..e measure, therefore, catinot be. halirg aplololgv for there doings, ehtitlled; Art part ; it cainnot howeyci' be eepoetead that. a li
which illbemade toaconplishtheo ctat spoted either i.Lon principles of justice or Address to the People of the ommonwealth, ir-r,.i ...r *rit, in.eiery rt-I;., i'.a',;.e t.he e:-
the present session. If Missouri be not allow- policy-FreePrcss published i this siay s Register. It is indeed pe,'rti'ins of bi' noldieric- .Itr l .n i en.-
ed to be within the union during this session, humiliating to the. talen4l.arl scholarship of ii, tl.-. -'l e:,t 'rer., ,' .h mrur, whoh r
,................... ......;, ... e-, l.. rr;,-.,; ie a rin ';on to proi. daes, arnd i- o ri 6 it ronrnrinl foc tllitrti
legislation f fsomei soi, to secure the rights, T Terasarks in our patpi-.otheit4th.idt.:on (d f-.t-a bti -k. t ,,air o.ni,'l sto pom y .wieb ntm ui, rk-e, I ron.tr.: -no tI ,,-.it.
the United States, and the due administration the subject of Missouri, have unfortunately d :-iti .-.cihrcd Wlh'olur, Sl.eiakrhc i; l'ith- paper, iat aw er .iia., be Ihe ,! .l pint n as fi
of itslawe, within that country, will be indis- met the disapprobation of the editor of thej a vred iriep.i ,',n :riv..il, thatite believed they tIhe ...o.l e.le.lec '.I tI', ..: ir'. 'iam;.ini. It
pensable. 'Massachusetts Spy, a paper, which, prior to and m1 eh r a-mitake.s int publish theddress infmo- 'ri ani r.amatei pl'yit ;ibo" d t6- ithi,
Mr. Secrotary-Adamsl laborious and long during the late war with Great Britain, was ,i 01 ti. !9t day of April next1the Citizens of r.-llv ii, .o;-'.m.." by m-,ni,-.,nrir.g a ,lore
expected report on weights and measures, and conspicuous among the other federal papers in the Commonwealth who are entitled- td vote r.ionai a nor- pi'.:>i :"c.i I,,i.'siin- ,'se .of
standards of value, was yesterday transmitted this part of the country, for its notoriously for Senato os or epresentativeseare to be. as n~' rt!. i .,. ,c 5.,iEid L r.,-eit'l I i fir
k- 1 o ol a w e t d sembled in town meeting" for tbe purpose. of instrilction, and not, as tir-ly, foi amusemenit;
to Congress. It will make a large octavo vol abusive language when speaking of the adlmin- acting on the fourteen propositions submitted .
lime. istration of the national government-for lend- to them by the Convention. In Boston, Salem, -
An interesting question, of general import, ing its aid in discouraging enlistments into the. Newburfport.and Nantucket, the vote must be .l:i;.
ance, was decided yesterday by the Supreme army, and as far as practicable in preventing by ballt, and t e vote on alf ti e popositiof iIn th twn i on 'T i dayc-1 r:n.:ll ;1- Dby
amast be on one blalotL This we utiderstand to the ikev Dr. Baldwvin, the Riev. a l C Dil-
Court, in Young vs. Bryal. Vie government from obtaining funds by loans .be the case in all the towns where the vote is liAwayi of Charlesown, to Mi4s Elia..b-ti H:
The plaintitfl below were citizens of Penni -for prosecutilig the War to an honorable term- by ballot, but in all the towns in the Common- Alien, of Boston.
sylvania, the defendant a citizen of Tenneslee ination-for their sycoptiantiok eulogy of Mr. wealth, except the four above-named, it is left In Malden, Mr. John Breeden to Miss Hanr
,Ti. a .. n 'rol Monroe, the an"hom hadbefoe base- to the Selectmen to determnine in what mode nhh Fasulkner.
The action as broughtt upon ae mn w m they thevote shall h' givea,whether by ballothand- At Detroit, Capt, Henry Whiting, of the 5th
note indorsed by the defendant. The note wal ly reviled-for advocating the meeting of the vote, or division of the house. On 'hichey- egimwnt, to Miss Eliza Macote b ; Lie: i .Eno
drawn by a citizen of Tennessee, in favor of in-famous Hartford Convention-and whose er mode they determine; they must give notice Mackay, oftthe corps of artillery, to Mis .Ann
the defendant : and the question was, whether editor now, test hig efficient services to ibe thereof in the warrant for calling the meeting Min.rb ah i b
S. er, bei ct th -party should be himself with It is upedrstood that the several articles are to .In Framiregham. on the 20th inst.-by thi
the drawer and endorser, cities of-th party should be forgotten, classes himself with esubjecttodiscussio, ad that the meeting ReV. Mr I li.i;. Mr. Henry Bre.wer to Mips
same state, the holder could sue the idoorse those, who by creating a false excitement with maybe, adjourned:from day to day until the Susan Nurse.

in a court of the United States, regard to the merits to the question of the ad-, discussion thereon is finished. If thi vote is to I.
'isn "" ei"""" "issaura i'to he I ewa be by ballot the Selectmeu flive not power to
The question turned upon the (tb section o mission of Misnsuri into the unign, lsew a ya.o~ te t n halSyo ,to tn.thistdwn, n Thursday evenin.. sa.deg-
the Judiciary Act. *' rillingnes to put in jeopardy thtgeneral in- there'must be but' ne ballot on the atihole. I, Mho t*rs'. ,h Lll. l .) de, aced r.3
ethe;trehmust be butyTne Ballot ont M y uinrEM;;r Eter B Holtms,
The Court decided' in favor of the jorisdic terest of the country to advance those of their At the meetings the Selectmien preside; they On T-~n, aoi Mt Esr B Ho.m..,
tion. party. Withoutfakingup more time and space mustalsocdunt and declare the votes in op Ten. n Mr ,
t. tton-eeting, the- Clr-, must recordtm theasc On Tec '.".' th'tec',kon. m.ruiey cirdto,
S-.... .~-timatter than seemed necessary, we 'a~d the return, signed by t le Clerk and- miaor wcao, of th. 'lart Mr i ill.ui ,li ae.l
By a law othitoft t of Mine, Justices ill only remark in dont, that we hail it as part of the SeleCtmen, must be returned to the In u lvn. ye-ter rs lHannr.i Br..
the Ptaee, apdr sch minisid"th lthe Gospel a must i-t'titsst:beium tywe, tltt so many .siff ufithe County within 15 d i er auid r' JlohCr. r u 1 a
onlyas are app onted pnd. commissioned :for the Hartfd Cone have comawealttr or beftree dayof ayt the day after, i'nn. r, -, Lher l;e residence, Watos
that purpose by the Governor and Counciare ot on this question ; as while they worked in day on which the Commilte of le Coven- street, wc o, ad fiend are ivit
authorized to solemnize marriageis.-The mo- secret we knew not the extent of danger to tion will assemble to examine the retarnss- In to i, hi a
tive for makingthis alteration in the law, was, which the nation was exposed voting by balloton the amendments,. it will bd 38 wife nfar Phlat S. W M ney Y, a
the uncertainty of marriages, under the provis- o, ly I necessary to write the nsursbr of the Arti- In eloucee, M o r. Jr'oc. Robinson, aged 79:
ions of the former statu n Tea, a S o C e les, with lYes, o or words to that efloct, a- In Milton Cant. John Ruggles, aged 7.
choice ot Mr. JoN H. BiLCHER, Usher of the We shall nor proceed to at examination of In Saem; Mrs. Huldh Eryant, of Reading
FROM CAPE IT YTIE.V.-B-y the arrival Centre Shool, to be Writing Master of the new the several articles, '.-,.;n:l : iitl those which Batree, bn 27th inst. MAsapi Faxor ,
... ..... Schoal in Derne-street ; and recomuitted the we tiunk should be ai.pleId... .i,..
at Gloucester of schooner Agenoria, Capt. H I School in Derne-street; and ree fitted the e think should be a th ear of his age.
applications for the Rcai : Mater. ARTICLE THlE SECOND. i t .he llA year M his aV.o.,aT
radeu, in 20days from Cape Haytien, we have The.i School Comimitteo hive harmed lie Pub- For the several articles in detail see Cthron- 45- Miss S' r:' Abot, is s. i lebT. y bl-t, age
been furnished with the following intelligence. rlie Schools in INorth Bennet-street, the Elliot ile & Patriot of 17th January.] aged 18--liss iarriet Wardwell aged 20.
Capt. H. who sailed on the Oth Feb. reports Schools; tlose in Hakiis-stret, the M ahe This article. contains ive provisions. By the .-- J ,
business of all kinds in a state of stagnation at i Shools ; ad those in lMason-steet tile A ns first, the political year is changed, iand made to -
S Schools. run current with te 'lcivil year: T le necessity f fJHTP d Jv rSS, *it
thi Cape. In consequence of a want of or- 0of two sessions of thief Legislature, and the ex- i 5 ....
ganization in the government of the place; nd Theatre.--leh sale of tickets on Wdednesdayc pease nttwo travels, are avoidSed. There w; --R~r T.
order was preserved or -regulations enforced.- i as not-equal to expectation ; we candidly ac at least, ne Ili a i, e a sing of one VRP -OF D B r -T .
.. travel, aind one seventh i)at of the expense. of i....'........Y FR.... *.
No courts of justice having been established, knowledge the amount received fellfar shorof f the attendance or the members of the General ARRIED,
gross excesses and itipositions were daily prac- our wishes. About one hundred and sixty dol- Co rt. The useless cere-nony of a procniaa- .Ri p t. Ki 9 1 from Std 1 >hn.ln, Por o
ourt. The ... .e~ j "f + ); iRico). wiit cnl :a iaindl hi) s. Il.elt, gth ins li, I-,
tised upon foreigners. Vivela Liberie was the lars only was bid on such as were offered for tion :issolving tho Gnoeral Court, at lte tine Sa maratin. Thacher, 16 Jays from Boston, dt-l
hlie and cry among the soldiers and tie peo- sale. of the expiration of tile period for .which they charge,; IHope, Cldert S York, ,ucer : Jan,,.
were elected, will in fltur be ae avoided: HarlUen, ncerflii where Iotiud; Ann, Hol.
ple. It was reported that an expedition of The sale of Teatre Tickets yesterday, pro- e The reeond provision is the necesA;ry result laud; for St Thomar, diichargino ; schrs Fama,,
some nature was on float; several regiments duced the sum of $96 50. of the first on the offices of Governor, Lieut. I Wilhiogton, for 1Hallimore, 13th; Alert, M;ye,
had marehell from the vicinity of the Cape j -. Governior and Counsellors ; and also contains Philadeelhia, 6 days; .avannah, Merrill, frtm
and two otes we'e ordered to be-i readi a new and wise provision against an interreg- Phil.d for Boston, blown off the coast, had otil
and two othe-ieadi Card-The TreasurerftheMaacsetts num-Ta th enr, Li:t.. G'or'nw and her cargo of corn-meal, fobr and shorts, at
ness for marching. Conjectures as to the des- General Hospital acknowledges tie receipt of Counsellors shall hold their iffces after he expi- I auction, for the benefit of al concerned,; corn-
tination of the troops were various-so~e: three hundred and ninety dollars, from the Man- ralion othe lime for which they wecre elected, anm meal $5 per hbd. four about $7 1-2per bbl.
were f opinion tht y ws about to tak agers of te Boston Theatre, being the proceeds is r chosen aid liied in th an an br.t 240t bushels short, at $1 5 lr
il cosen id qualified in t ushe--pee to tak argo of t ut f
were of opinion that toyer was about 0to takeof.the sale at Auction, on the 23d instant, of tbhe p""'es. r ,,usbel-expected. to ta ket a rgo of tit eut .v
the Spanish part of the island, as the paniardi ox TICKETS, over and abbve tie regular price'; The third provision also resuh rom the fit rig t am le nry, lnke', ich vesel pt
were fortifying at Port auPlatt. ItWas antici- the same having been assigned as a donation -it makes a change ii tie time o the election, cordi nedi Sptoke 191h ints 3and e t Ion 71
pated that the return of Gen. Boye, who was for the benefit of the Massichuisett e General from the iirst Monday of Aitil unto the second .iih, Pacife, 6 ds fr N York, for N Orleans; 20'h
sddh expreted at the Cape, would restore or- Hoslitl. Fb.-, 11. Moriday of November. It also very wisely I-l r ,i, Ion 7, schr dwan, 4 days from Cushing,
'eri te pa I r brings tle election of Repiesentatives On the for Bermuda.
der in the place. CHARLESTON, Feb. 1'6. same day that the Governor and Seiiators are Schr Susan, Harding, Irom N(ewbern,N, GC.
Prices-dollee 523, comingin slovly-Mar- We noticed a few days since, on the author- chosen: with corn, cotton aid naval satresa
kets dull for all kinds of Aerican pLodc t Hava th p f fourth provision also results from the wrig-h Son.. Lo 99 days from Amter-
tity (f bur late Itavana papers, the recaptuire of :other s. .a"v,- the Vineyai'd, with steel, gin, lin.eidd
Fish, be4 t qual. $3 60 ; flouc'5, dull; maeker- a Spanish Guineaman, from thie prize crew of a The fifth provision fixes a veir proper time oil, specie and Dutch geods.
el 4 60 ; butter 10 a 18 ctW'candles 20; lard, Patriot privateer, and her arrival iat Havana.- for the alterations and amendments to take e.'- Schr Triton. Gains. tr St PierrC, Mart wih
Ie molass s ab 1 sugar to H D Tucker & Co. Left,

good quality 18. Duties and other expenses The following extract of a letter, with which feet. We consider this article wise and proper I'( inst a new brig trom Kennebunk, Perkins,
enormously high:. he inn all its nprovislons, and shall most hctrtily liai,-er. jut arrived; sch Thumas, Rogersssail.
Swe have beeri politely furnished, gives some write our Yea against it: ed 4 or 5 days previous for St Thoriads
S te following "ecoutthe core. t* tl further particulars :- Sch Olive Branch, Fowler, ft Fredericksburg
If (he following mceout btHe coArrect, the fatal .i H FAV e, b 5. with flour.
consequences which resulted from the base | "Our trade between this and Matanzas, hass COMMU CATION. 5r Pl!y, Howe,1d ds fr Nortflk,with corp.
and unfair act of Lord Cochrane, in assuming bean, and I may say now is, annoyed byi Ptri- MR: K.An AS Sin EDWADn MonThtelR. CLEARED.
St criiners A turn was mall fip ol Trben ohfpey, lor Cora ane a
the American flag as a cloak, places his char- cruisers. A rapture was md by e of Whateveir mayl be thie general character of Ship te ristol Trader, hepey meo CorkDis a
Serin o unfavorable light tha his h em a short time since of an African trader, Mr. ean asa peif-trmrer, we do iot mesitale to irarb, D llis anIl N Seer; i onesa, Jones, New
toer inu ai stilt more nur, ran o nignt tana ms Jwithl a i'go of .. laves ; they 1 ent in and + s nc a ll e ndSr ; ^s N
foinar depredations on American property. minded a ransom of 270i 0 ;and while t pe n r it le ha. o Orlans ;Lei'ant, Comb, Prtland ; aes
Frm Maerchants' lHall Books negociaition was going on, tie captain of the roperlya so called; we mcau by this somle- Philiadelphia ; Susan. Baxor, Alexandria ; Re-
JAMAICA, Jan. 24, 1 1. captured vessel let the black birds loose, nnd ti. more thni the dress and voice and strut trieve, Ldtrell, Elisbelh City.
"Extract of letter received in this city fro by this rgoans destroyed a few of the gallant of a ordinary mi h arical player, a man trick-
Panama, by H. M ship Nautilus, from Porto band, and so retook their vess' l and buouglt ed out in the green room to strppor hIis part, Brig Eightt SFnr, was within 2 miles o t he
Bello :-' On the night of the 12th of Nov. the her .in hre. lithat is, all that .part of it which is on his shoul- .ight, on Mtonay h ven nh aysu p leted ay eer-
boats of the,Independent Squadron, under e team Boat was very near being cut ders I r t e barb -- posedtoe
command ofordCochrancceedea i cut-, off yesterday in coming brown from Matanas. It is the common fault of players to a me Cpt ardng sailed fr Ocracock bar 13th ist
tiag out of the port of Calhao, a 35-ghn Spanish te was fired at several times, but fo .ts' ptty a certain emphasis and demeanor (accprding i, with two Ck s fcroUtqn,.n.mqs unknown.
frigate. The i perion, Bfatish, and ramdo -ot into portion te cos, and arrived in sa- "to ieir idea of their charauetrs) ant ci'trimng sp.ik, same day, at the bar sch iMlagare, S ds
asn, American, frigates, were kt anchor ifith- t ty this mornmg, making her assagi thIrough tihe stage, which they rdo not come out of again, Ir N Yrrk.
port at thetime; and on the boats, (21 in ium- the "ugt .for that evening at least, they appear to* felt TIf'RSDFAY, JiAlRCH 1.
-)er,) approaching the Spanish ship, some of. '"". and not to act; they labor to keep up tite char- -AARRIVED. -
them, on being hailed, said they were from the from the Portland Ar-gus, 19th ul. acter, and not to represent it. This we coneeive Sch Chem'ub, Athearn, 5 days from Halit xr.-.
Macedonian. Lord Cochrane is said to have TiThe Judiciary Bill is to-be taken up in the to he the general character of our ltheatrical Ieat. 22dult brig Leo. Green, for crasine. next
been severely wounded in the engagement,- House today at 10 o'clock. The committee of exhibitions. ,ay ; sechs Wilhia*t, -akdr, N nrke, o; Cath-
On the following day, a boat from the Mace- tha House to wliomin th bill was referred as it From these prcmnses, which we think can- arine, nGOuht, fr do t.is; Gnrm Nn ow, f-'sr
doaian frigate went on shore, when the griat- came from the Senate, have reported against a not be controvertedi, it must be acknowledged r e, inm nde ih' uight, sh Centaur, 4 J ', Ire
er part of her crew were murdered; and Capt. concurrence with the Senate in the' amendment l- all who hav teenti Mr. Kean, that his per- si h s ,
Dowses, who was at Lirta, was under the ne- for establishing a Court of Common Pleas for tformances,- personations we would say, ndoti- Schr Five Brolterths, II.lnlc, rom N York,
cessity of applying to the Viceroy to get an as- the State. rectly differ in thest respects from thle or.inavy with rum, rice, himIp'.ugar and old iron.
cort of 600 iaen to conduct .him on board his The Governor and Council at a former ses- standar.. But it is not in these genermd feat- Sch Gr:ampus, D.avis, tri Plymoulh, with fil,.
ship,- in causequence of the inhabitants being sion, appointed Joln Ruiggles, Esq. a Notnry ures only that Mr 'Kean diftlrs from-uthuahpMs- SloBp MHiledgVydlle. Kniglt, ir tPotland, wviul
so lucensod at the supposed assistance rfuder- Public, to reside at Thymastoni, ii the Counity former; he ass-umes not only tihe p;rsoin btst maolases, hayseed anl leather.
ed to the boats by the Americans." of Lincoln. the mind of the nm.rderer, or nitiser, thIe prince Ct.EARElD,
E.-- f,.., tton ha hen The .ew h or deslpot, which he ripre~sentst; tbo cinharacteru Brigs Inulepandin,.a Pinnev fortopal'ngen,
Jonus L. Sibley, Esu. qf..Sutton, has been The new Sheriff of New-York, Mr. NoAs, is stamped in eve-y feature of hs coumutenaner, hy Thm. Ti'hn.sier: thfro,. all, '-alu'.x, 1, .W
appointed aid-de-camp to Major-General Sa- has entered upon the duties of his oltihe and yet still under dif'erent a t.(cts, now contie'rl- lt'ynr'ts.; Favoriie. lart, savsanah ; ",>.,
lem Townejr. reappointed the former under officers. ing. then chouking with lus passion; exhibit- te.arer, Peroiyal, i'altimoee.

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Cmmnonweallt of ,Massachuntts. SIX81TEENTII CONGRESS.

SATenvnT, F171. 24.
FOR GOVERN'OR, -Several'bills from the other house received a
,ION. WIL IAM EUS'TIS. second reading, and were referred.
HON.WILLIAM S. The bill to reduce the military peace estah-
LIEUT rGO''tFRA'OR, lishment was read the third time, as amended,
'ION. LEVI LI N OLN, p.'ssed, and returned to the other house for con-
currence in the amendments.
For/ihe BOST(ON' PTRIOT. On the motion of Mr. Holmes of Maine, the
THE EE 'tION. Senate proceeded to consider the message from
THE ELECrION. the House of Represertatives,announcing their
Republican Electors of M.Xssachusetts !-The appointment of a committee to meet such com-
'political contest in which you are soon to take mittee as may be appointed by the Senate, ons
part, is one df no ordinary iriterest. Every the subject of the admission of Missouri into
'the Union ; and the question was on concur-
citizen must sce that the preservation of those ring with the other house in the coursepropos-
'rights and liberties for which our fathers pro- ed.
-fusely shed theirlilod and expended their treea- Mr. Smith of S. C. ,observed, that, from the
ures, depends uponhe free exercise of that hasty glance he could give the subject he saw
res, depend uponthe free exercise o tat no good reason for such a proceeding on the
important right-the elective franchise. And ,art of the Senate. There was no doubt or
next in importance to (ie exercise of this right, diicultyhere on the subject of Misourti. If.
is the selection, on tlie part of the elector, of there wa any in the other h u,e of the ed no
objection to give them the advice of the Sen-
such a candidate as shall appear best qualified ate, if necessary, but it could be no reason for
to fill the station for which he may have been the appointment of a committee on the part of
tomiated. however shall have doine these this body to consult with them. Not being a-
nominated. Whoever shall have donischarged ble to see the expediency of tIre course pto.
it maybe said of him, he has discharged pose, M.S, moved that the messagelie on the
duty in this particular. To aid you in tie ac- table.
complishment of this duty, you naturally look Mr. Barbour of Va. remarked that the time
to te press; an from this important engine left to act on this matter wais so short that a
to the press; ain from this important engme lie delay iight defeat the objec. The sub-
of civil liberty-this great and certain barrier ject was one of great importance, Mr. B. said,
to the encroachments of unjust power, you and he hoped the Senate would act on it imme-
may expect that assistance in guiding the judge. 'diately.
ito a cor- Mr. Smith said he had no opportunity to see
Iment, which is nt all times so requisite to a cor- w e proposition from the other House ac-
rect and discreet decision, tually- was, as it lid just been received,
Of the candidates now before you, for t)e and once read. If the Senate were strait-
first offices in the government, you probably ended for tite, it eas a reason for notf hetiug
precipitately, and 'the importance of the sub-
have some knowledge-of the present encum- ject, which iad been urged in favor vf an im-
Lents we sav nothing at present. The persons mediate decision, was a reason for acting with
to whom we would draw yourattention,are the caution.
mMr. Holmes, of Mainem, hoped that the mes-
Sgentlerenr'put in nomination by the republi- sage would not be laid on the table. The sub-
.'cans of Massachusetts, anil to whom they will ject involved in it was sufficiently embarrassed
give their undivided support at the ensuing and difficult already, and he should be sorry to
April election. The Hion. WILLIAM EUS- see any additional impediments thrownin the
'TIS is the person named for your suffrages for The motion to lay the message on the table
the oTrce of Governor, and the Ilon. LEVI was negative.
LINt OLN for f Govero r ; both of them The Senate tin concurred in the proposi-
LINCOLN for Ltion-ayes29, noes 7 ; and Mers olmes of
eminently well qualified to discharge the dii- Iaine, Roberts, Morril, Barbodr, Soutli-ard,
ls ofthose offices in such manner as shall ad- Johnson, ofntucky-,and King, of New York.
vance the welfare of the citizens, storee theI were appointed in pursuance thereof, the com-
Taine and reputation of the state to that high l mitee on the part ofthe Senate.
and commanding position which Massachusetts The Senate resumed the consideration of the
formerly asst'n,'d, while nuder the guidance bill further to continue in force, (until June,
-of a IlArscYc, an AnAoms, and other departed 1822,) the act for establishing trading houses
orthies and secure to her n, in the with the ndian tribes.
worthies ; and secure to iher anlw, in thie n tir. Trimble, of Ohio, opposed the bill and
councils of the nation, that importance and in- the present system of Indian trade, at much
fluence which a series of ill-judged and mis- length ; and the bill was defended by Messrs.
lhievous polite al man oevres 'so unfortunately Holmes, of Mississippi, and Johnson of Ken-
chies poltcl maoevres so unfortu y tu ky, principally on tie ground that it was
forfeited. To stop here, and not to ,say hattoo late now to go into a revision of the sys-
this unfgrtnnate policy was pursued while the tern of Indian trade at the present session.
government nofthc-Commonwealth was in the The bill was ordered to be engrossed and
hands of that party, who offer to your notice -i- The a a thirhe better regulation of Indian
val candidates, wou'ldbe to stop short of our trade, was next takes up, and, on motion of
duty. The courseof measures persisted in by Mr. Trinmble-,it. was, without objection, post-
the state rulers, prior to ando ring our late oned iundefiitely.
te stt h'reat, .Brita t inrisngoult The bill to confirm the claim of the Marquis
contest with Great Britain, is nosy ckmnowl- de Maison Rogt'e to a tract of land in Arkansas,
edged by every reasonable man to have been was taken up ; and after a short, time spent in
tfifortunate, a'd by Very 'inaly to have been its consideration, it was ordered to be engros-
disgraceful to old Massachusetts. The nae sed for a third reading, by yeas and nays-yeas
is efu to old.2Massachusetts. The same 2, nays"9.
roen who then approved of a separation of thle Mr. Barbour, from the committee on For-
slates-of making peace independent of the eOigan Reations, reported a bill providing' for
t'nion-of forcing Mrr. Madison to resin his the adjudication and payment of claims arising
i of ri t. nit Stat es; ad of under the treaty just ratified between the Unit-
office of Presient ofthe Unite rates; and of d States and his Catholic Majesty ; and the
-several other anti-American and traitorous pro- bill Was twice read by general consent.
jects, are the persons whlo now atk your sup, The Senate then again went into the consi'd-
port of their candidates for the offices of Coy- etion of Executive business, after w'htch, they
ernor and Lt. Governor; and recollect that by our '
giving your votes for the names'offered to you HOUSE 'OF REPRESE.. TiVES.
by this party, you tacilly approve the. madl an d ATURDAY, FEB, 22.
ruinous policy which has marked their pro- Mr. Randolph) Mr. Baldwin, aud Mr. Smith
~,. .of N. C. were appointed, in addition to those
teedings. already named, to be of the joint committee on
The bare fact that the. present rulers have Ihe Missou-i subject ; the first of these to fill
done nothing to openly outrage ihose national up the number of the committee, and the two
feelings, so dear to every American who is so- last to supply the vacancies occasioned by the
.. I resignaliou of Mr.Live'rmore and Mr. Gross of
hicitous fur the honor of his country, but which mestratior ofhlIr. Lfreinored M. Gross
litous fr the ono f his country, bt wich New York, who were excused from serving on
have heretofore been harrowed up by the writ- the committee.
inugs and doings of the party "with which they Mr,. Sergeant presented a memorial of Rich-
are identified, is'a mere negative justifircetio, ard W. Meade, a citizen of the United States,
are enid, isa mere negative j and formerly a merchant residing in Cadit, in
and should'have but little weight with those Spa forine north the nature and extnt of
who know to what lengths this same party has his demands against the. government of that
proceeded in times past. This will, no doubt, country, and praying that, in such act or acts
be an argument fretriently sounded in your as may be passed for carrying into effect the
stiplationis Contained in the Treaty concluded
tars, by those who would have you support anmd signed between the United States and
such men as will best suit their purpose ; but Spain, on the 22d February, 1819, and ratified,
'be assured, it is too weak and futile to be wor. aund the ratifications exchanged on the 22d in-
th our attention, and hardly deserves co stent, provision may be made for paying, with-
thyyor attention, and ardy deserves c out deduction, his claims, which have been li-
ienu. Is it any assurance of safety in your quidated and acknowledged by the govern-t
person, when in presence of the lion at liberty, meant of that country, amounting to 0401,153
that you were near to him when chained ? Or 3d, according to the oligation of goonod faith
would you re t it in thie poer of an contracted by the United States to Spain, un-
y der the express stipulations of the treaty afore.
one, who had once deceived you, again to pre- said ; and the petition was referred to tihe
sume upon your credulity ? As republicans coMr.mittee on Foreign Affairs.
.el n..w w ay Mr. Nelsmon, of va. from the committee on
you too well kndw what yo'' owe to yoau the subject of abolishing impisomisent for debt
country and yourselves to give such argumnelrt. on process issued'fromn the Courts of the Unit-
any serious consideration. Better things are 'ed States, reported a bill. toprovide forthat ob-
expected of you ; and the spirit of enquiry ject; whiclfbll was twice read and comniit-
which is nos awakened throughout the Com- ted.
which is now awakened throughout tThe engrossed bill authorizing the Secretary
msonwealth,is good evidence that you will ac- of State to issue a patent to Thomas Oxiev,
quit yourselves on the ensuing first Monday of ,was read a third thine passed, and sent to tihe
April, as becoming the descendants'ofthe mar- Senate foi concurred ce
tyrs in that cause which it will always be the On m tin of Mr. Baldwin, the house resel.
highest ambition of the freemana to honorably ved itself into a committee Of the whole on the
sustain. Let no mercenary considerations de- State of the Union, to take into consideration
tain any of you from tlIe polls-let it not be the bill laying a duty on sales of merchandise
said of you that you were unwilling to dvote O ut of this bill grow a debate5 which lasted
a day to the performance of the highest duty the Whole dhay. Mr. Smith, of Md. moved to
which devolves upon you as citizens of Massae strike out the proposed duty of ltwo per cent. in
chusetts. One single vote is often of the high- o der to insert a duty of one pr Cent.h, of
est importance ; aud the vote of that mar (if Idlt Mri. Silsbee, and Mr. Gorham, amd oppos-
nny there be) twho will not come forward on ed by Mr. Baldwin, Mr. Sergeant, Mr. Meigs,
this occasion, might decide the fate of the elec- andi Mr. Foot.
iMt. Nelson, of Va. being hostile to the. whole
tion. hill, moved to strike out tIle first section; and
Felilow-Citizens-Examine well into the theu The Committee rose, and the House ad-
merits of the candidates now before you-fol- journed.
low them tip from their first introduction into .. ...
public life to the present moment, aid then LOUISVILLE, (Ken.) Jan27.
act as your judgement dictates. Steaisr beot News.-Three o'clock, P. M. ar-
AUSTiN. r'vcd the Steami-Boat Car of Commerce,Pierce
S ma ter, twenty days from New Orleans, with
--- 16. tons cargo and $54,000 in specie for the U.
SUPREQ1E COURT, S.ianmk. '
tFashingtusi, Feb. 24. fJanuary 28th, 10 A. M. 'boarded the wrkc1c
'the argument of the case of W illik and of St. Louis, 8 miles above New Madrid, sup-
othrs ri. Huulhingeworth and others, was con- plied C.pt. Palfrey with blocks, falls kc. for
ehrluded by Mr. Harper, for the Plaintiffs, and tie plitrpose of taking out the engine, great part
,y Mr. Pnkey, forthe Defendants, of w hich would be saved. Learnt from capt.
-- -- oP. that about 450 barrels of beef,tpork and whis-
rho Court of Inquiry, assembled at Washing- key, had been saved, a part of which had been
t-m to examine into the conduct of Mij. ML- siPhipd to New Orleaus, in the Olive Br'ach
.. .. ... -the hull of the St. Louis would be totdilv
ls, of the Marine Corps, have entirely exoner- host "

cted him from all the charges brought' against River over the first banks and rising rapidly;
.him ; the court being of opinion thatthey"are i Car of Commerce came up over the Falls on
supported by ever a shadow of evidence, and Monday to discharge cargo.
t yIeNi e flat boats, laden with produce, were to-
that his military conduct has been that of an in-. tally destroyed by the ice on the 22d aut. fear
'.igent,attentive, brave ficer." tI e mouth of the Wabash.

IV -. mmam-Now

Gecenock and Manchester, and that at the lat.
ter place twenty-one of the rioters were killed.
Our former accounts from London were to
30th December-and by tihe closest computa-
tion, the vessel bringing the above report-could
not have sailed subsequent to that date.

There never was, in the recollection of our
oldesi merchants, such a state of mercantile
embarrtrasmernt among/capitalists as at this timnc
We daily hear of men of business taking u
their bonds months before they are due--
others loaning money at 5 per cent. per annum,
and buying stocks at such high prices, that can'
not, in all human probability, yield more than
about 4 per cent per annum. Our bank capital
is principally locked up, and the Vaults of our
banking institutions are literally crammed with
the precious metals. At such a time, nothing
could be more acceptable than a revival of
commerce, which would give employment to
the laboring classes, and put into circulation
the immense capital which is now of little use
to the community.-N, Y. Gazetle.

Waldo Flint, John Farrie, Jr. and Theophilus
Parsons, Esqrs. were on Thursday last admitted
to practice as Attornies of the Supreme Judi-
cial Court.

The sale of theatre tickets yesterday,brought
the sum of $288 whith is to be equally divided
between the Fatherless and Widows' Society,
the Fragment Society, and a Fund in tie hands
of the Keeper of tlhe Boston Gaol, for a is tmu
unfortunate prisoners.'

The Repu'hlican electors of Middlesex Coun-
ty aue invited to meet tt the Court House, in
Concord, on THURSDAY, the 15th day of
March next, at 5 o'clock P. M. to make arrange-
ments for the ensuing-election. cptm feb28

Markets.-Accounts from New-Orleans to the
22d ultimo, mention the cotton market being
brisk at 16 to 164 cents, although the advices
to thie 24th November, by the ship Otho, from
Liverponl,were very unfavorable. At Charles-
ton, on the 17th inst. Upland cottons were
from 15 to 16.

The Slar-spang'ed Banner! 0 long nay it ware,
O'er the land of the free andhome of tlhe brave!
A letter to the Editor from a friend at Wash-
ington, after describing thekxtraordinary scene
in the House of Representatives on the occasion
of counting the votes given tor President and
Vice'-Presi ent ; concludes with the following
-curious relation i
.A singular incident as an accompaniment
ofthe whole, may be considered as worthy of
Sotice. Thile sitting was protracted till after
tandle-'ight. The day had been exceedingly
foggy, still and dark.-Directly after sunset the
wind sprung up from the west and blew a gale.
-The national flag was flying as usual from
the summit o6 the Capitol during the whole
. of the day's session. Late at night to the great
surprise and astonishment of all who suw it the
flag was yet flying and violently agitated by the
strength of the wind. The moon shone with
extraordinary brightness, except that its beams
were occasionally intercepted by a succession of
unconmmnonly wliitefleecy clouds, carried with
immense impetuositythrough the atmosphere.
--On enquiring the next day how the flag came
to be in the situation described, the Officers of
the House whose business it was to strike it at
the moment of adjournment, declared that
they found it impossible to do so in conse-
quence of the halyards and colours being con-
.fined to the staff in such a manner that it could
.not be made to work without sending some
one aloft, which was deemed too hazardous at
that time of night and during such a storm.
The next day it was gotten down, aud on tx-
amirtation thie Colours were found greatly dam-
'aged and one stripe torn off What would
the immortal author of the Tragedy of Julius
Ciesar have done with such incidents if they
had happened in Rome ?"-Petersburg Repub.

h jsttis town, on Thursday evening last, by
tfejtey. Mr. Ware, Doct. Ganialiel Bradford
to Miss Sophia B. Rice.
By the Rev. Mr. Parkman, Mr. Lewis Ly -
man, merchant of Hartford, Vt. to Miss Mary
Bruce of this town.

S:i,. Marshfield, Miss Sally White, aged 18,
Daughter of the late Win. White, Esq.
At Batavia, on board the ship Liverpool
Packet, of Boston, on the llth Oct. last, John
Sirnons, steward of said ship, of a fever. '
In this town, yesterday morning, after a long
and tedious.confinement, Mr. Elijah Stedman,
aged 41 years; funeral tomorrow, immediate-
ly after divine service ; friends and relations
are iavitei4to attend without fluiter ilvitatip.,

-mr 5u"-* -. ^. -66D .. -.. -.-, %-2. -
Sailed in co with schr Fox, Durkee, of Balt.
and parted of Cape Tiberoon. Left schr Lot-
tery, Eagleston, of Baltimore, une ; sloop Pike,
lMason, do do 5 Cutter Flying Fish, Carnes, do
il a few days; sch Oryza, for Wilhin"ton, N.
C. ; Cttharine ar:d Jane, Morrill, foin Philad. in
4 ds ; brig Clarrissa, Town, from Kennebuik,
bound for a market; sch Fame, Allen, of Man-
chester, dischg ; Adeline, Carr, for Newpors ,
in 2 days. The brig Pilena, Russell, of this
port, sailed from Aux Cayes for Cuba 1st inst;
and sell Velona, Baker, of uo about same fi:e
I' Tl- -. PA."0 ..-

holden at Concord, in afd for said county of
Middlese-x, on the first'luesday ol'April next,
to show cause, if any you have, either for cr
against the same.
And you the above named Adm;nistrater,
accordingly are hereby ordered to serve th s
citation, by giving personal notice thereaot to
all crsons concerned in said estate, living
within twenty miles from the said court
ten days, at least, previous thereto ; aind
notifying all others intere ted therein, hy caus-
ieg j, true copy hereof tLo4e inserted three
week'- succe'sively io the public newspaper

for Portu a. rincet. called the lIUepenuet nChronicle & Boston a r;
triotal, printed in Boston, by Ballard & Wright,
1MJSCELL.9vENUS. the last publicatbion to be at least sevenudays
Brig Ilesper, Stevens, which went ashore before the said first Tuesday of April; and
23d ult. on Wood Island, has after discharging to make due return hereof, with your doings
about 150 hlids salt, been got off without injury. therein, unto the said court.
Arr at N Bedford 28th ult. sloop Com.sWood, Witness the said James Prescott, Esq. Judge
from NYork ; schr. Rose-in-Bloom, 15 ds from of Probate aforesaid, under his seal official, at
St Thomas, in ballast. Cl. brig Almy, May. Cambridge, the fifteenth day of february, in
htw-, for the NW Indie. the year of oti Lord one thousand eight hun-
Arr at Providence 28th' ult. sch Nancy,Ncal, dr d MES PRESCOTT, Judge probate.
from Ocracpck, N C. Spoke, schr Franklin, Pp-March SCOTT, Judge Probate.
Simmons, fr Duxbury, on 16th Feb. lost two p-March 2
men by the sinking of the boat-their names Commonwealth of ftassachushtts.
were Wadsworth and Warner; sahr Selomna, MiDDI n.Bx s.-To NA.I'HANIEL WADE and
Atwood, from the Wlndies. others, heirs at law of JOHN WADE,
Cleared at Alexandria, Feb. 24th, brigs Abby, late of Medford, in the county of Middle-
Potter, Boston ; Midas, Prince, do. sex, veawnan, deceased. and to all otlicr,
Capt Hooper, of the brig Rolla, arrived at St concerned in the estate of said deceased,
Thomas, from Brazils, reported that the Alonzo, aT r e. C,
from Salem, had arri.d at Mlareanhan, in a W HEREAS a certain instrument, purport,
short passage-all well. ing to be thelast will and testament oi said d.-
p a leceased,' has been presented lobr probate, to tlh
Port f JV.'e-London. Jan.!4. Honorable James Prescott, Esquire, Judge of
Ar sloop Hero, Potter, fr NYork-sch Nan- Probate of wills and fur granting letters of ad-
cy, Perry, fr Wilmingt6n, NC. ministration in and for said county of Middle--
25th-Ar sloop Charles, Coffln, 18 days fr sex, i y WILLIAM1 SIMONDS, tie executor
Havana; sch Emily, Robbins, 13 ds fr Mtan- You are therefore hereby ed t appear b-
za. foro the said Judge, at a Court of Probate, to be
27th-Sailed ship Carrier, Swain, for the Pa- holden at Cambridge, in and tbr said county of
cific Ocean, on a whaling voyage-brig Eastern Mitkllesex, on the last Tuesday of May "*.l
Star, Twycros, for West Indies, to -how cause, if any You ha-Bj o.ithber tor or
aPortf New-Yora-. Feb 27 againttthe same. :' -'
. Cl shhVirginia, Hillman, Newry; brig Abe- And you, the aboveniame eyectgor. n;i,
oaa, Nichols, Curracoa ; Minerva, Fokkes, cordingly are hereby ordered to" sie thu
Bordeaux. citation, by giving persuial notice thereof to al
persons concerned ip said. estate living w'iffii
Below, ship Hamlet, Price, 14 days from N ten Mils s of toe said ewrt, 14 Iays, at }Ia!s
Orleans. G previous thereto; apd nptifyint all otnqra i::.
Sailed yesterday, ship Garonne, Whiting, for -tereote4 ',herein, y caui i a ,oty Iere.
s e tcauna aI LAo p
Trieste ; brigs Phe Ann, Holmnes, for New of to be inserted ahree yeeks successirely, iu
Orleans ; Georgia, Field, Savannah ; Levant, the public newspaper q41Jld the Indopondent
Wood, do ; sloop Decatur, N Carolina. Chronicle and ldost.n Patriit'priitd in Hoton,
Port ff Ptiladfpilia. Fb. 2 b UtBallard!, Wrisct, tbQilait publication tn tbe
Ar ship Ohio, Toby, 17 dnvas from N 6rlean it l ast 1 days before tu" s."it lri Tuesday
Left N Orleans thi first FcbruiAry and the J- of May, and to male dt r'i. i ereof, Aitlt.
lize Sth, in company with eighteen sail boun ur doitnes the saidJa. unto ecoi, E Judrt.
to different ports : among them the ship Har- ofProoa.tealoresaid, under hie s l o. i c.al. T!
ward, Cullen, of Philadelphia, for Liverpool; Cambridge, the s2d day oji f- ct, ly, in tl,-
ship Asia and brig Morning Star, for N York ; year of our Lord ona thcnsa.Jd rig, .i.;ndre'l
brig Orleans, for Boston ; brigs Casket ; Beal- and twenty-one.
ey; Mitrparet, Ia!. :r itavana; hip Bain- JAMES PRESCOT'l'. Jdi3,' e i FI',Irt
t feb *

_______ a ',,n ... '.. W *'" TRIAL FOR MURDER. I A T0-fTCr.-ThO-e Gent'icmen disposed tb bridge ,r.r 'ilcE alizc, bound to Liveri'ool,
AT On Thursday, before the SupreimeC Judic;.dl favor thie design of a Saving's Bank to aid the waiting ani opportunity to get over the bar.-
1A I Court, holden'by Chief Justice worker, Judge poor iri the town of 'Boston, to provide their Left about o0 sail at New Oileans. Fifty sal
SATt'URDAY, MAItRC 3s 18". [Jaikso aid.TudgePiitnamt, W.iLARo T. ManI- own fuel, to go into operation the ensnuina passed over ', B6 arfrom 26th Jan to Glth Feb.
TIN was tried on an indictment for the murder montht. are requested to meet ait the United amongst themn-ships Maria Caroline, f, cm
With the close of this day ceases the political of his wife, on the thirty-first of December last States Court Room, Court-street, this afternoon Charleston, Montgomery, Stone, froni Hatii.a,.
e. o A. a .The leading facts proved agaiiist file accuistd at 3 o'clock, to consider the practicability of Six sail outside the bar bound in, names un-
existence of the Sixteenth Congress.Asanwere, that on the eveuinagprevious to'the death the measure and to take such order thereon as known. The River MisFissippi had fell at N
analysis of their proceedings during a session of of his wife, the prisoner came home at a late may be deemed expedient. inarch3 Orleans about 4 or 5 feet. Feb. 20th, lht S32
several months,wouli redoundbut little to their hour intoxicated ; quarreling was soon heard 32, and lon 78, spoke the brig Joseph, from St
fame as legislators, and afford but little satisfac- betwec him ad his wife ; cmplits of ill To Correspondents, -c. ll bound to Wilmington, NC out 14 days,
t..i. ,r... .. .... ..; :treatment were uttered by her, and a fall as of ITLaO, No. IX, i. received.
tidn to any diass df readers, we shall defe, at a body on the floor, was also heard, The wife The ican. monitor" is in Type.Brig Two Brothers,. Laws, St Eustatin, 16.
least for the present, any suc record. immediately fled into an adjoining apartments Several columns of advertisements are ne- Schs Wm Penn, Foster, Boston, 11 ; Geo.
In another point of view, this day offers a' of the house, occupiedby anolherfamily, and cessarily omitted, to give place to the List of Washington, Tucker, Charleston, S ;'Amanda
Ssubject... tion more pleasing and complained that her husband had knocked her Letters. Malvina, Delano, Boston, via Newport.
subject or contepation more pleasing an dwn flat upon the floor, so that her head struck Cl ship Pennsylvania, IIewca, Charleston;
more satisfactory than thie one noticed above.and was injured. This was not denied by SHIP ,N'E sell Pegasus, Taylor, Aux Cayes.
It finishes the term of time for which the major- him ; but he remarked that she had struck him Port of Balthmore, Feb 26.
ity oflhis fellow citizens elected JAMES MON- with a pair of tongs, and he shewed some Ar below, sell Rebecca Ann, Southcomb, 24
.. .. .. I marks of smut upon his face. She asserted, PORT OF BOSTON. ds fr Port au Prince.
ROE to be President of these United States and it was, not contradicted by him, that he FRID.'Y, MA.RCH 2 'Cl brig Edward, Mouatt, Rotterdam ; schre
Atid to his honor and the credit of the people first knocied her down. There were other cir- ARRIVED, William, Taylor, St Thomas ; Montezurma,
'be it written,the same individual has been again' cumstances proved, as that the quarelling con- Sloop I aanah, Bowen, from Salem, with Holmes, St Barts; F. C. Graf, Dashiell, Lt
called by the unanimous voice (save ombi .af tiue' during.part of the night,and that he lock- coffee, tobacco, salt-petre and gunny bags. ,I Guyra ; Franklin, Holmes, Boston.'
ou." ", ner t o IsVis room for a considerable time. C'-1 of rr.u r''t tons, Feb. 12
his.countrymen-a t preside oveaetheir d ,onles On the moinifig after, very earl.,shei wat taken ARE Ar br se1
n .. ii m0S oeans" inItill o k Shin Helen, .Wuuf, for Havana and St. Arbrit S ,
father four years. It would be by io s convulsions, and so continued till 6 o clock M.a mth t- 2d inst rigs Tri t, Mson, from St Ubes, in
astonishing if the same circumstance should rot i te evening of the next day, when se died kiPeter Bremen, R G Shaw Teler; bracus Wood, distress, to sail f Boston in 10 days; Hesper,
.. The beceased was in a veryadvanced state a. kins, Bremen, R. G Shas ts wXVni ns o 'orddfrS om sMaiq ;ue ,ostn ; rhie"sp
again occur while our country has an existence e va urinam 0 Val Tw Brolrs Jey, n- o
Pregnancy, and after ,herdeathe ir. body- wasu .ui1in 0 ina Bohrs, TukeyilIon ee, fr Satem, disclig ; Abeonea,. Parrott,afor
as a republic. Let the fact thereforebe known Iexamined aid a considerable appeiane of a kins cr Caty & Sally, i-s, eCefHar 4 ds eo alt
to all,that the highest office in 'ithe gift of the' recent bruise was discovered just above her Washington, NC sloop aclorough,s Rosein Lm.a,4 ds ;J, toh, rMoeBh, i ;,
c..o N aYork ; Bels, Pope, Plymouth; Express, .scl Rose in Bloom,,BoVier, for NL.. dfor., in
United States has -been conferred by the peo- right hip. She had always before bee ton- ortland ds ; Rapid, fr St.Domingo, discharging wood
p n of its ce .f sidered a strong, healthy woman, and never boring, Portland.Eliza Ann, Morsefor St Domingo in 3 days.
ple upon e of its citizens, himself the soof subject to f; but had complained of a io- From the e ferhants' Hall The brig Traveller,rne, for St Doino, sail-
a mechanic, by an almost unanimous suftrag. lent, head-ache the day previous. Medical HOLMES' HOLE, Feb. 27.-Arrived, schr ed same day; brig Ruthy, Liltday, for .r.pe
-"- 1 gentlemen of emsineuce gave it as their oUmh- Combine, Rider, of Chatham, from Basseterir0 Hayti, sailed 3 ds before; and. Rolla, Hooper,
From the opinions we have heard expressed Ion, that thle obvious p1"bables causes of the via St Barts. Left t Basseterre, Feb 1, brig for do same day. "
From the opinion e ha hear exptes et ,onvulsios here tie injuries she received. Greyhound, White, of Middletownr, condemn- Csi hip Keusington, Hamilton, Liverpoo ;
relative to the public measures adopted by the The trial occupied the whole day : at seven ed ; sell Anson, Eells, of Con. retailing cargo; Norwegian brig Boroen, Christopersen, vr;
present Board of Selectmen, we should con- o ctck in the cvening the Jury returned a a steam boat fr N York, via Point Petre, just brig Calcutta, Winslow, Cowes ; schr Nancy
elude there would be no exertion made at 'the verdict of-Not Gmly of MURDER, but Guily ar'rivted. bEleanor, Anthony, Honduras. .
coming election to rmov them. Fr ourT -LAUTE prisoner was ond Left at St Barls, Feb 12, the Romulus and Sailed, Br ship Thames, Miller, Liverpool ;
coming election to remove thes. For our The defence of the prisoner was conducted Lady Gallatin, under survey'; Six Brothers, Br ship Laforey, Voyce,' Havre ; Br ship
selves, we are perfectly satisfied that they have by AsaRtw l).AP and VWILLIAM SIMMONSs, Douibleday, do ; Rebecca, Storer, for Rive' f Jane, Roger, Greeoock ; ships Isabella, Mac
done in all things as their judgements dictated Esrs. The prosection was managed by the Plate, 2 ds seh Marv, Brimmner, of Beverly, Neal, London ; Pocahontas, Howland, South
best, and so far as the results are known to ns, on lic e nera retailing cargo ; Milford, Glenty, of N York, of Europe ;-,ames M. Robinson, Liverpool;
hesitate to say they have bea wor- 'H ------ unc where for; Eros, Boyle, of BaIt fo St Reaper, Yock, N Orleans ; Kensington, Ham-
we do not hesitate to say they have been wor- 'TH SPANISH TREATY. Thomas, same day ; Henry, of Bath, under ilton, Liverpool; Glide, Adams, do. ; Br brig
thy of the men As we do not now think that F-n the National Inlelligencer. 'condemnation ; Hope, of Boston, do.do ; schs Merope, Battrick, Havre ; brigs Eagle, Hload-
a change would be productive of any advantage, The arrival of the Spanish Treaty in tUe U. Eliza Jane, of Fredericksburg, tnc retailing ; ley, North of Europe ; Sally, Berry, Cowes
but rather a disadvantage to the interests of the States, hAs turned public attention towards Tupman, of do fror/ Mart. unc repair- and a market ; Hero, Wharton, IIavana; -, Sll
it. d t w Florida, and the commercial and political con- ing ; Fox, Newman, fr N York, ar 10th Mor- & Hope, Blinn., Matanzas; Calcutta, Winslow,
town, it is hoped the gentlemen who .now sequences of its acquisition. For the last 12 gisna, of Philad fr Gibraltar, in distress, unc. Cowes and a market, '
compose the Board of Selectmen will again re- months an apathy has existed in relation to this Brig Olympia, Rutherford, of Georgetown, Feb. 19.-Ar Br ship Alexander, Beverage,
ceive the united support of candid men of all subject, which, in this country, where the free- Col from Rotterdamn was to sail in 2 s for N Leith, 98 ds. Left otffour bar, ship Orion, fr
parties. d of public enqrifriesjs'of the boldest char- Orlean. Liverpool for Savannah 58 ds out.
Sacter, is to be accounted for, only by supposing Seir Carpenter, Stinson, of Bath, for Wil- Sehr Hannah, Crawford, Port Royal, TMart.
The Forids. n allusion to the late promul- that all public-considerations are lost in the nsington, sWiled from St Barts; 2 days before- 18 di. Left, brig Minerva, Grouce, for Bos' n,
n oh teproul-ontemplation of privr'e depression and hdis- Sch Peacock, Harraden, of this port, for do do. in 18 ds. Left at St Pierres, schr Valmaloos,
nation of the tlified treaty ceding the Flordats "tress. Buit, the ratification has in it so mi chi Schs Thomas,' Miller, for Savannah, sailed Springer, for Turks Island in 10 ds.
to. the U. States, the editor of the National Ad- 'of peace, so much of uinmixed good, that the 101h ; Catch-mne-if-you-can, Barstow, of Bos Slch Fame, i3kerry, Gonaives, Hayti, 15 ds.
vocate thus remarks: "A most rich, and valn- very expectation of it has brightened the public ton, sailed for leeward 7th America, JameS) Port of Wfilmingtan. NC fb 17.
a.. .b f o r h bee addd t aspect. A strong anxiety has always existed to of Marblehead, sailed about 6th ; htig- Ar brig Liberty, Emery, 22 ds fr Marigoane,
able extent of country has been added to t have the treaty ratified, founded on a wish to Lord, from Kennebunk, touched and weh fo (St Domingo.) Left, Jan 21, sch Sally, Hib-
United States, combining great commercial and preserve peace between the 'two nations, and leeward about 1st. Spoke, in Ion 74,'.cht bert, for Charleston, to sail inu 0 ds-the cap-
agricultural advantages, and affording a natural particularly to preserve peace hy adding that Mary Spear, of Thomaston, fr Gloucester for tain's wife sick ; schr Olive Branch, fr Ports-
botyndary to our possessions. This is the result country to the domains of the United States.- Alexandria. mouth, just arr for Charleston, in 20 ds. Sail-
of te erance and irness-a dissition to;A correspondent, who was accidently led,' a In port at 5, P. M. schrs Mary Rose, Dime ; ed, Jan 16th, the sloop Packet, Todd, for Ports-
of emprance and firmness-a disposition to few days ago, to the perusal of a debate, which Commerce, Packet, Morning Star and Com- mouth--the owner, Mr. Shaw, (on board)' sick
conciliate, or to resent. May the United States took place in Congress at a former session on bine. with the fever. Brig Leo, Lord, of Kennebitunk,
derive additional happiness, glory, and permanI- some resolutions introduced in relation to that Feb. 26th.-Arrsch Packet, HIawes, 11 days in port ; the captain and mate very sick, on
ency, from this vast accession to its empire, treaty, says he has not seen anywhere the sen- from St John, E. F. for Boston. shore, and all the ciew sick on board-had lost
timents, which he is sue prevail 'among the Sailed, schll Syren, March, fo' Ptortsmouth. two men-uncertain when to sail. It was vert
and every :citizen be zealous in preserving th.' American people, more accurately and strong- Ar selh Morning Star, Eldridge, 7 days from sickly at Marigoane.
national character for justice and wisdom, and ly expressed than in the following paragraph Plymouth, N C for Boston. Spoke off 'Cape Brigs Dover, Farrier, fr Bristl, It I ; Dur-
keeping bright end unimpaired the chain of our 'bf a speech delivered by Mr. Anderson, of Ken- Hatteras, sell Favorite, Stoddard, from Boston, ham, Tibbitts, fr Jacquemel.
union. cky. He. rapidly enumerates the advantages for Ocracock : 23d, lt 37, ton 72, sch Charity, Sells Sarah Ann, Vinsoi, f r Acquin, Hayti;
uon. of the acquired territory and most correctly of D)uxbury, from Bostou. Olive Branch Cooper) from fermuda ; Milo,
states the public sentiment. 'Sch Commerce, has got off without damage. Farnsworth, fr St Croix ; Ocean, Kent, from
The Washingiton Correspondeint oftheFrank' Mr. ANDERSON said, that he had never Feb. 2Sth-Ar schr Eliza, Kitbou,,3 ds fr N. Chatham.'
lin Gazette, under date of the evening of the heard, until lately, that the acquisition of Flor- York, for St John N B.-Sailed schrs Mary) Cl Br brig General Brock, Whitlow, for Liv-
.n. Glaz tunerit sat. .The. evnt ..itto e oi da wvas not eminently desirable to this coun- Rose, and Dimre. crpool; brig Neptune, Madagin, for Martinico ;
24th ult, thus writes: he joint committee of 'ynot only on.account of its positive advan- Mlarch 1.-Ar brig Joseph, Rich, 12 ds fr Betsey, Pratt, do ; Tryall, Huntington:, Doaii-
the Senate and house of Representatives met Uages, but for the purpose of excluding from. Blakely, for Boston. Left Feb 6 brig Alabama nice; IHarriot & Lucy, Fainsiorth, Martinico ;
at six o'clock in the Senate chamber. Mr -ll ownership any foreign power, whose neigh- Packet, Chapman, N York 4 ds ; ships Pru- Hiram, Paine, Providence ; schs Argo, Weston,
HOMESs, chairman of the committee of Se- lorhood would be always unfriendly, and par- dence, Bunker, N York, loading ; ElizaPigot, Matanzas ; Retrieve, Reiley, Tortola ; Emit,
ate, asd Mr.. A, chairman of .the .. 4icularly for preventing its occupation by a 'Waterman, waiting cargo ; brig Adamant, At, Purrington, Martinico; Washisngtosn, Hawes,
ate, andMr.LA, harman the com tepower which had a strong naval force. The kins for Boston to commence loading the 10th. Boston.
.6f the house of Representatives,presided. Va- complete natural boundary which its posses- Left at Mobile, 9th, brigs Spartan, Crow, for N New-Orleans, Feb. 10-ArschrFranklin,Bar.
.rious propositions wore submitted to the con. sion would giv us ; its fine ports; the coinm- 'York 8 ds ; Fame, Brown, do 5 ; Mary, al. stow, fr Savannah, via Mobile. At 3 o'clock
sideration of the committee. The propose. andof the Galph, (an advantage always ii the mer, fr Boston, ar the 4th cargo damaged; on the morningof the 3d inst.,while lying oppo-
se.tn o the onsmnte. The pr5opisox- .tcollf-etion of those whose productions passed to barque. Spartan, Coffin, ar the 6th 33 ds fr N siteJohnson'splantation, was attackedby about
reported by the" late committee of 1.iiteey, 'market through the chantrnel of the Mfississ pi,) Yolk ,,brig Eli.abeth, DUoane, hr Bosto ar at twenty daring ruff ais from oni sbove, who l .
with some stodilieation, for the, admission-of had fornied' Oih.reasons which isiduiede tihe MobilPiPoaint thie 9th; lshrs Andes, Lincoln, temptedtoboardand plunderher butswas beat-
Missouri into the Union, was agreed to by Aferican people to desire it. Mr. A. said that, for Boston 10 ds Hero, Dagget do 8 ; Cur. en of--the captaei was, however,. obligedto
large majority, for the present. The tomit-without pretendintig to know more on the sub- lew, Scudder, was wrecked on Mobile Point. cut and run, with the lots of the main-sheet and
ag major p T u ject than was possessed by every gentleman bar, Jan 29. vess~laTnd cargo lost, crew saved. some oftherigging.
tee sat until nearly ten o'clock Without corn- around him, he had yielded to these reasons, Sailed fr Mobile Point 15thof Feb in co with e i
ing to a conclusion as to the character of the and had partaken of the general anxiety.- schr Only Son, EldridgeM for Havana; 97thl-'ltt .Omil4ts e.til hnf JAasa.ihuselt8.
report they would make, nd have agreed Public sentiment has decided on the importance Tortugas passed 9 sail of vessels of war steer- idlese s -T IO, AS BADGER anol
~~~treport taof the f/cacquisition, and the executive aleparhniati N IVN ; same day spoke a maiu of war brig NrATAN.. A. STIN, .....so
meet to-morrow at four o'clock in the Senate of the government has been stimulated bya knowl- unntown ; 19ths ofr Double-headed-shot Kisy the estate of Elitatr i a ate ot
chamber." edge of the universal wish that Florida should schr Milo, of Bristol R L 9 ds fr N Orleans for [.s] Charlestown, in the said county f/ihMiddle-
"belong to ms. It may he safely affirmed that, for Charleston. .' sex, Gentleman, deoea.:e, intestate, and
Under a postscript htail in'the Ha.lifa "nimany years,'the people have never looked to a Also-ar sloop Satellite, Jennings, fr Bridge. to heirs at law,,and creditors of saiddeceas-
nal of 1th Fe ary e find te settlement of ur differences with Spain, With- port for Boston ; Penobscot Packet, Yeats, fr ed, and to all others concerned in aaid
nal of 19th February, \ve find tt olowi0g out combining willth it the acquisition of Fleri- N York for Eastport. estate, Gs.ErirSO.
paragraph. da. So strongly has it.'siezed on the public 3 P. M. in port--brig Joseph; schs Com.. HIIEREAS the said Administrators have
HIGHLY IMPORTNT mind, that the original cause of our negotiation bine; Packet; .Motrning Star; Commerce and W presented for allowance, to the FHonora-
The schr. Calypso, Capt. Ty'nami -has just a: with Spain has become only an incident in Eliza ; sloops Satellite and Penobscot Packet. ble JAMES PRESCOrTTg iqure, Judt e ohtimP-
rived in 21 days massage from garbados. fi public sentiment.-Tlis general anxiety was istratio'inand for-the said county of Mid-
Captain reports that a paket (rm Eugland, i connected too with a belief that its pir-chase R1 OUR 11. CORRESPONDENT. tese,tioe first amount of theirdcounty of Mid-
30 days, arrived at Barbadop the day before hq was essential to the complete suppression of the -offee of the Federal Gaz tie, ion upon sai estate am ra
sailed. That she brought irell'igance of serio, Indian hostilities \vhich have so long vexed our Baitim, re Feb Youn are therefore hereby melted to appear c-
diiturbrusanes hav -g alien nla, in Lon,,d- Soutohern citizens." r lh sHenrt' TiDgg-s. 14 ds from Aux Caves' f.ro thesai;. Jud,,, at a', rofPr- f Prate.. to .

Boston, March I, 1821.

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linker Seth Capt CookDavid blacksmith
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Baries Louisa Calaghap Daniel
Burnham. V 'n ,-. (carpeut'er)
Barber Edward- Cushing Bel )-
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Burgess Jihn Capen Aaron
Bowarp Nncy Caifting Elijah M
Bennett Win Curtis Alfred
BenneltUieoJa Chawe Jacob
Bryant ally Copeland Susan E
Beals Annt Chandler Lucretia
ieal Mary Curtis John
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4taconMrs yrtle-st Coffin Timothy
Blake Mary Cont.Wm
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bowen SimeonW Calef Nancy Dorches
Baker Suman L Clark George .
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Burgess Stephen Capt Cl ,rk Sarh (widow)
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Iaker George Center Joseph H
Butler Mai y W Clark Oliver
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Brpwn Eliza ComstockJost'h -
Brown Mary Cobb Jededish
.M'sr,h &hno-st Clapp masa ,"
Barton Downing CarverSainl
Buckman Jesse -' (himmingt David Dor
Bituer El.a Copeland John esq
Backnai Sarah Corbi-lhlrv Thus
Budd Nathl beker Carter Abraham
Eurbeck Tblos Cook John
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Bowers George C Co 3
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BIaa Bela .- Christian Wm capt
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3ildwin Catharine efin Henry
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Barker Susan mrs Cabote E nar
Bcede Iuoratio Colobon Sarah S
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Italkcom Rnfus Capt- Curtia Johti
Dorclxster Wharfinger
Back Fjnenia mrs Campbell Hannah M
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1]ad~er Nathl Cobb Wm capt Iom
IjatesHoratio .. "Champney Olver W-
J-umstead Joseph Co"nor Richard O0
X19p Jpeph Row Calbrnn IWn
Bell Fanny H121, Blroad-ptreet
iarnard Joseph S Choate John esq
barlett Sami Capt Callahan John H

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Blins Eli Curtis Job
lielnap Dana Cunningham Geo
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1iacon Josiah @olturn Charles
Oturbeckl Wam H Clark Mary
1'arnard John Cutler Nahumn
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Carver Nathl capt
Current Henry
Clark Maryv
Cook Enoch
Cushman Larl
Carron Charles
Curtis Charls-
Chandler J P A & D
tlark Mesihck
Cummiags Elizabeth
Chapin Elisha
Carter Joseph
Curier Ebenezer Jr
D No I
Davis Sarah
i)rur Edwd F
Deuherm Hannah
Dauf Mistress
,De'ol Heury
Draper Amos Dr )nx
Dennison Catharine L
Downs Anna
Dow Evan mr
Danforth Thomas Rox
Dorr Ebenezer jr
Dupee Amass
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Davis B B Biook
Delany Michael
Downing Temperance
Done Margaret
Dunn Sarah C miss
Davenport mrSalem-st
Donnison Wm general
Davis John
Doughty Joseph
Drue T Sarbina
Durell Miranda miss
Dahlgreen Johni F
Dely Jno wheelwright
Dinidell Alice oex
Dorman Mary
Davis Matthew esq
Dennis Wm
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Davenport Mary miss
Dillaway Mary miss
Davis Eliza miss
Dyer Benj
Dean Eliza
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Downs Charlotte miss
Dow Martha P miss
Dillaway Mary V
Dunn Patrick
Daklgreen John Fred
Darling Benj capt .
Liewey Mary B
Danforth Ann
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Davis Samuel Paine
Dean Sophia miss
Dewing tlizabe*jt
Dyer Eis mr
Davik Camilla mtrs
Durgin James capt
Drew Saby -
Daeaks Thos B\
Davis Timotihy capt
Dresser Saml F
Dale Anson
Davis Mary miss
Dodge Catharine
Davis John C Rox
Donevan Owen
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D No 2
Dais Mary mrs
Dyer Stephen
Dwelle Hannah mre
Dodge Isaac A
Deblois L esq (navy)
Davids John
Davis Asa Cambridge
Dowley Thomas
Davis Ruthy C
DaVis Elizabeth
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Daniels Edwd
Dennis Foter S .
Downing Sarah msas
Davis Anna
Duck John inn-Lkeptr
Davis Gilman
Dean Mary Ann Brook
Davis John capt
Declter I mr.
Doyle David M
Doyle Bridget miss
-Dane Peter 0 jr '
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Oavis Jopiah mrs .
Doggett Noah
Dexter Jona
Dexter Richard
Doane Caroline miss
Dennis Foster S
Dimond Asa L
Dunbar David esq
Deane Saml Rev Jr
Dorbecke C mr
Dexter Jona M
Dabney Abigail M Chel
Dalton Wim
Durgin Susan miss
DcatersMaiyAnn mrs
Davis Henry A
Doran John
Dodge Mary Ann mrs
Byer Joseph
Dwelly G W mr
Delraltooth N mp-"
Dyer Robert
David Saml
Dow Louisa miss
Dearborn Edmund
Drinkwater Margaret
Dickerman Sally Rea
Dodge Catharine
Dodge Patty mras
Davis John B
Doten Sami capt
Durgin 0 E M D
Dorr Ebenezer esq Rox
.Iberey Charles
Erving Mary mrs
EdelhiertA Emaol esq
Eldridge Barnabas
Easton Isaiah
Evernet S H capt Der
E'ans John
Edwards Saml jr
Emsley Win I'
Eaton Jeremiah Rox
Evans John
Easthurn John H
Elwell Ednah miss
Elenwood Theodore
Easton Caleb
Elwell John esq
Ebbins John
-Ellis Benj Snow
Ely Horatio G
Evans Mary
Edmonds mrs widow
Esthum Andrew

Foster Ebenezer jr
Felt Henry esq
Fullerton Jane miss
Furneaux mr
Fowler Maiy.mrs
FisherAbigail miss Res
Ford James
Flanagan John
Frye Moses
Furnace J shoemaker
Foley Ellen
Feia Ozias Rox
Fisher Nancy mra
Fowie Edmund jr
Foley E mrs
Freeman Dorcas miss
French Bela Ros
French Abram
Fullam Daniel
Farnham S A miss
Foss Thos ropemaker
Fuller John C

Fowle Johucapt
Farw.ell Daniel.
Foord John
,Felch John
Fraser Wm
Fitz Sephronia miss
Poster Col Daor
FosterAndrewB Brooek
Fessenden John mr
Felecher Timothy
lower Tutuaa

Fisher Warrent
Foster Ann W miss
French James
Faville Abraham capt
Fay John
FolsomHannah widow
Furral J CAarrestows
Fall Judith
Forster John
Foster Wim
Foster Laura P
Faruham fra
Frost Lucy
Fenley Austin rigger
Fowlejohn B
Fanning major
Fletcher Timothy
Faxall John "
Ford Elisha Dor
Felsom Eliza S miss
Farnilam Robert
Faxon Wm
Fullam BRetsey
Foster Susan G miss
Forbes Joseph
Fowle Thomas IB
Frater Saml A,
FurnerW m "
Francis Charles master
Fergusan Susan mrs
Farnham Sally
Fogg David
Fowle John jc
Faxon Wm
Farmer Miles
", g Jeremiah
Sy Jonathan
G No I
Granger Mary miss
Grahl Abig-1al mrs
Golding Wm
Glidden John B
Green James Chliesa
Gordon Sarah
Gale Hannah Rox
Goodwin Amity hiss
Gindrall Louisa C
Goff Phinehas
Gillpatrick Lucy miss
Goodwin Sarah
Glober Elias jr ,
Gay Lewis H
Gray Samuael
Gibson Sarah miss
Gray Mary R
Gay Louisa S Rox
Gilbert Dexter
Gra-g Samuel
Griffin Sarah
Gaubert Harriet
Gunderson John
Gardner Nancy
Gregson IaacT hatter
Gilsoq 4, Lewis
Griffe Jlane ,
Green James jr Chelsta
Gray Elizabeth ,
Greenleaf Gardner
Grace Wm
Grhal Henry
Green Ann mrs
Glover Rebecca C
Gracen W'a
Gabriel Jphn
Goldsmith Eleazer
Goodwin Susan Rox
Obiain Thomas
.3ouhl Olive miss
Gale Stephen Dr
Gilbert Samuel C
G No 2
Groton Nathl esq
Gar)end Franeis
Ga;mtion Joh~ul,rlr Ind
QGeene WC esq
.(riswold Betsey
Grish JobT R'ux
Gibbs Rjlfus-
iilli.n Jules
4u i !i s o n J o s i a h
(6'Wth Benj
MHover Jane
'Gray Richard
Gill Catharine
Glidden John B
H No 1
Head Joseph Chelsea
Flendley John Ft War-
Hayward Oliver Ft lad
Harley G F dQ.,
Hopklts Samutel do"
Hayward Joseph II
Hurd George Brookl'e
Hoffeian John B
Hambleton LucyAnriF
Huhbard Otis
Hammondl Mercy
Hill Ann miss
Hunting Amos jr
Hope Ann (widow)
How David jr
How Stephen Derches
Hayden Jo..bph
Holden Isaac
Htolmes Robert
HillDahiel capt
Hodgdon SamI K Deor
Hobbs John
Hill David
Hyde Elisha
Hayward Eliza miss
Hatch Asa
Howes Joshua capt
Harris bally G
Howard Johnb
Hedge Thomas capt
Heath Richard
Hall E WIV
Heymon John
Holmes Martha
Hansonl Henry
Hazen Meody P Rox
Haley Sarah
Holmes Julia
Houghton Abigail Rox
Halleon Ira ,
Hewes Joh M
Hollin Jane
Hlaskell Mary
Harrison mrs
(137, Broad.st.
HammondTAnn E
Huntress Isaac
Hooker Anion
Hatkngs Caroline miss'
Hays A mr
Hunt Johnjr
Hussey Levi
Homer Peter T
aiding Newell
Hall Ilopestill Rox
Hei ernendeu Dorothy
Hallock Coburn
Hall Lydia miss
Heman John
Hopkins Constant capt
HogffnanJohn P
Holnsau Ralph .
Hyslop L.avid esq
Hunter Michael
Hysloy jane W Brook
Hunt Charles
Hart Sarah miss
Howe Elizabeth mrs
Hills y Knot
.lovey Sally mras
Hadlington David
Handle.' James
Hayens Ann P miss
Howe Leonard Doreh
Hjickley XVm'
'loimes Elista -
'Hill W m(wheelwright
Harden Wm jr
Haddock Elijah capt
Hind & Sewall
Hunks Samuel
H.ggins Barnabus
Hayes Richard esq
lHolden Eliza E
Hall Lydia miss
Have Franklinu
Harringtoa Rebecca
Hammett |tlercy miss
Holmes Mary k
H Nu 2 -

Hunt Peter esq
Hqwatd mrs A
Hammond ezaleel S
Haskell Joel
oaugaton Henry
Uovr Jo.rD

.nabhcotnb George
Hewitt Sophia miss
Hodgedon S H Dorch
Ham John
Heard A esq
thant Elisha
Hodge Hercules capt
Hanson Joannah miss
Hessey Freemans
Hedge Levi es)
Hastings Susan L7
Hastings Abijah capt
Hutchings Mary
Howland George
Hicks Edwin
Henderson Freder'k N
Hersey George capt
Huntley.Charles I
Howard Harvey
Hoppin Wmi
Hull Sarah Ann
Hayden Ann
Howard Joshua
Ham Maria I miss
Holden Lucy Doei
Hu.lson Asa ,
Horn Rachel miss
Hambleton Lucy Anh
Hunetwell Peter
Harper & Gillingham
Harden (widow)
Hart Charles
Hoverman Peter
Hure Lucy H
Holbrook Maria F
Hall Samlesq
Harris Susan miss
Hedge Barnabus esq
Haisling John
Hidien John
Hlutsou John
H No 3
Hinkley Joseph capt
Homer James
Huntington Jona
llolden Stephen
Hlolden Ann
flumphry George
Hooper Henry N
Hunting rfeuben Rox ~
Hillman Isaiah
Hastings Lucretia
Hill David esq
Hall Mary mrs
Hopkins Caleb Dorch
Hopper Jacob M
ilayden Nathl
Hewes John MN
Hlayden Ezekiel
Hayward Ebery
Hills Cyrus '
Hoyt Hinman B
Homer James
Herbert John
kHarrington Reubin Dr
Horton Wm "
HoWard Harvey
Hills Wm F
Hill Win Capt
Ilope John, baker
Hardip Elizabeth
Hewitt Sophia miss
Hughes James
Hitchcock Saml A
Hainield John
Hathaway Susan
Hamen John
Hunt 4- Dascomb
Iartshorn Eliza S
Hant Ruthy
Harpenling O;'rJudge
Harding John
Huntinglon Jona
Hall Primus
Hlartshorn Presden
Hyde Nalhl
Hall C J Esq
[lanson Elijah
Ilisies Giluman MN
Hubbard Wm J
Hobs t Nathl tozburiy
Hopkins Amos
HIskell Davis
Hall Saml Capt,
Harraden Betsey Doa"
Iiowe Leonard Darth
Hloxen A mrs
Hnbbard Rich'd S capt
Hartwell-W Mr
14- J
Innis Sarah A
Rivers Samuel
Ji41nson Daniel
Jacobs I.evy Esq
JacKson Betsey airs
Jones Arthur
Jonson Isaac
Johnston S R. miss
Jacobs Benja Jr
Jaques Heury
Jewett l Hannah
Jackson Eliza- P
John.op Abigail
James Harry Roxjuryy
lionson Lydia
Jackson John
Jackson Rhoda
Judson Walter T B
Jenkins John
Jones Daniel T
Johnson Hannah M
Johuson Margaret MN
Jacobs James
Jackson Elizi
Jones Mary Ain
Jones Edmuudl
Jarvis Caleb Dorch
Jones Ira I)
JudlsojW PB Doreh
Johnson James
Jones Dolly B Rex
Jarvis Wsm
Jacobs Benj Jr
Johnson Sally
Jackson'Mrs Bowdoin-
Jones David
Jordon Saml Dorch
Johnson Elijah
Jeffery Feley miss
Jone- Willis
Johnson Elijah
Jennings John wheel-
Jones Margaret
Jackson Nancy
Jameson Wm
Kelley Nancy
Kingsley Catharine P
Kingslury Beuj
SK'ijils Eliza
Kelley Wmn
Kilts Edward
Kinrick Mariam
King Sarah
Kent Moses
Knights Wm
Knight Stephen
Knights Wentworth
Keash Hester miss
Knapp Louisa Rox
Knowles John E 2
Kenney Mahitable
Rendall Saml
Keith Caroline
Kerr Dorcas MN
Kenrick Alexander
Knewles Mary
Knowles Smith Capt
Kingsbury Sarah
Kidder Jconu -
Killogg Silas Esq
Knights Hannah
Kimbal James
Kyes Nancy
Kavenough Walter
L No I
Low Wm
Lowering Warren
Low Sally W
Luce Matthew
Lewis Shubal
Lassell Ellison

Ladd George W
Lewis George Capt
Littlefield Levi
Lit tle David
Leggett Stephen
L;vingston Abigail.
liasell Ellihson Capt
Laopey Samuel Jr
Lticoaiib CaIhariue

rLovatt Marina
Leeds Ienja B .Dorch
Leighton Wna
Lemons Levi
Lincoln Camminogt
I.anibert WVm
Low Rachel
Low Saml
Loud Betsey
Leavit Davidl
Lovell Rachel
Lakeman Hllannah
Low James W Capt
LovettMrs Purchase- l
Law Sarah miss
Leathetbee James W
Little David
Loring Caleh Jr "'
Laskin Wm
Lure Matthew
Lewis Shnah miss
Lewis Edmoud D'
Libby .Jaimes
Lambert Wm
Littlefield 'enj c'oqpdr
Leech tathi Capt-, ,
Loiw Wm
Lakeman Richard
Lovis Louisa Ml
Leonard Abiel.
Lewis James Dorch I
Leverett Roxy
L No 2
Little Charles C
Leverett George Esq
Libby Lydia
Low John F
Longley James
Leonard Jacob
Lincoln Alexander E
Livermore Joia
LUvejoy Betsey miss
l.o'in Jona esq
Lane Charlotte mrs
Laud John
l.ariqne John Ft War
Ley Wam
Longey James
Loring Wmi
Lambeitesq Roxbitry
Long Chtlb Rox
Lee mrs Essex-st
Loring Iraddock
Longley JitmesJr
Leavitt Nathl
Luce Abijabcapt
Lincoln Abr atih a lq
Leland Andrew,
Lane Sand
Leeds Benij 13 LArcl-tsI
Locke Charles
Little Caroline
Lowett Martha R ...
Lord Daniel Dorch*"
Labree Peter
Lyons James
Lteighton Win
Linch John
Lambeit Abram T
Lawrence Mary
Lord George W
Lock' Richard
Low Mercy
Lincoln Justus
Lunt John C
Levingston Abijah
Lloyd Frederick
Lee Hannah F.
Leonard Susan
Laurance Charles esq
M No I1
Moncey Thos I
Marshall Lodicey
Maley Elizabeth (wid)
Mornill Reuben Rexo
Merse Aaron
Maxwell N G
Marston Sarah
Merritt Mary
Mitchill Kepser
Massa Bartholomitis
,litchell Nahum hoa
Macentire Jacob
Morton Nathi hon '
Morrison Wm capt
Moor Hepzebah miss
Macon Joshua, *
Mallardt John R6a
Mayhew Freeman F
McFarling Tabitha
Martin Mr Frbh.st
Mahy Thos
Miller Caleb
Moulton Ira
Meloon Eler
Mero Lemuel
Myrick Petbi rC
Mycall John esq
Myrick B 4- H
Moses Prinde capt
Morse Mary miss Rox
Moody irs Fist-st
Mullins Eliza
Morison Win capt
McLaughlin John
Morrison Thos W capt
Marc n B mrs
McFarland Sarah Anht
M No 2
Morton M miss
Manning Th.is
Meclaie Sarah D mrsr
Macintosh Mary
Marsion James
Martin Christeen mrs
Mills John
Morrill Jona C
Mo-enio Vesta V
M or Erancis
Minroe Josiah Plladp
Mosely Eben hon
Marston Steph W esq
MeClaflen Robt L
Moffett Wm B
Meej$ Samuel...
Meito Lemuel
Mayhew Beriah N
Moody Sally miss
Mackffee '1 homas
May Loui'n miss
Merrill Ford Ft War
Miner Edwin
Mitchell James
Morando Stephen
Mclaughlin Fplh'm B
Merriam John Rox
A.larde Caroline miss
MNarshall Larty miss
Mury Mary miss
Maudeville H D mr
Morrill t C e-q
Manion Lewis C
Miitchel C Alex esq
Messinger T'imotlihy
Moo,'e Aniev jr
Merrill Malry Ann
Mansfield Wm Dorchs
Motley Nancy mra
Marston Nym(.hus esq
Murry Mary
Morse John G
Moore Samuel
Marshe Laleb B
Marble March C
Moorse David
Murphy Richard
Mor Janathan jr
Maclary Sophia i(wid)
Miller mrs Fore at
,.enda.ll.Wm.A :
Norton Kenry
Noyes Sami .
Norton Peter esq
Nichols Charles
Neal John
Nickerson Horace
Norton Simon
Newell Sarah
Nichols Jacob jr
Nurse Stephen jr
Newhall James
Noyse Clarrisa
Newman Henry esq
Newmarch Laura A

Nutting Eleazer
Newton Wm S Lt
Nichols Nathl
No tou Jacob P
-iortis,'ihos F
Nioracnure Abiel
Neal Orilla miss
Ne'vmau Andrew
A\uwcumb Jajtes

-Ni holes H .mi
iKoyes Enoch
Oakes Joshua joined.
O0-ood 4- Co
O'Brien Mary ,,
OJiorne Hanniah
Omond Henry
Omer Peter baker
Oliver John Dor
Ode-ll James
Oliver Geo WV
Otis Gen
Osgood Isanc
Orde 1 G esq
P No 1
Pillts Freeman
Prince Nathaniel S
Paul Rev Thomas
Putnam Uzziel
Peabody Josiah G
Persons John Hf
Pope Elizabeth
Prince Mary mrs
PwA.rD.A'Dniel E
Pierre tA.,rren Rev
Peak I'hil.' jr
Pierson amuel
Porter Hannah
Pearson Wim
Pease Sarah miss
Prealy Susan miss
Pinder Sally miss
Plantin Newell
Pearson John II
Princh miss May-street
Pearson Wmi
Power Ann miti
Paine Nathl
Pierce I F mr Dar
Phipps Judith miss
Painhe Geo
Perkins & Bacon
Potter Margaret Mra
Parsons John II
Palmer Morris F
Perr" Stephen
Polleys John
Perkins Fanny
Prentiss Jnoiahi
Pike Benjamin
Parkes Joseph Rox
Peters Daniel
Pierce Rebecca mi.s
Peneiman Amos
Prouty Jonas esq
Prouty J & J
Park Thomas
Porter Horace
Proctor Uriah
Patten John
Putnam Wm
PIiirson John
P No 2
Plnmer Ann
Po lter Benj I Hon
Perkins Hannah
Pierce Jbseprh N
Prince Nathl S
Parker Henry
Page Eliza miss
Parker & Freemant
Plimer Adam
Peabody Thomas
Peters Julia A
Preston RebeccaW Doa
Parker Aurrelius D
Patch Wmt
Pidgen Benj
Palisse J G
Pouson mr
Perkins Margaret miss
Piper Geo
Peabody Jeremiah
Patte David Fort War
Pollard Elijah Fort lnd
Porter Ira firt Ind
Phipos Nathan capt
Perkins Benj C
Paige Timothy ehq
Pe6rny Mary H
Pratt Allen
Perry James
Parsons Joseph
Pittee John capt
Petite Win A
'es-rklnsl.ordalia- Dar
-Phillips mrt
PecjK Owen
Paints Ba rney
Parker Ebenezer
Parrot Jiohn
Phelps Sewell
Patten Betsey
Palmer John
Page Lyman Brook
Patch Syrina miss
Patten Aaron
Porter Anna
Pope Elisha esq
Parker Daniel
Percival Penelope mrs
Petterson S Olaus
Pierce Rebecca
Paine Thos N
Proctor Leonatrd
Pofford' worth
Poor Benj .
Preafsey H miss (mr
Porter Jona esq
Paul James or Saul
Peck Edmund jr,
Putnaa Geeo
Prescott Sarah
Plumley Hannah
Penn Wmin
Quimhy Susan
Quincy John W
R No
Richard -A mr Fortnd
Rshmsey Geo D lieft
Randall.Moeses F
Rogers Eliphalet
Reynolds Ann
Robbins Leavitt
Russell Jane
Revere John
Ross Jeremiah
Reynblds Winthrop
Robertson Edwd Dao
Reed Otis capt
Reed Nathl
Richardson Rebecca
tichardsen Dolly
Re '. Augustus
Ryder laniah
Rach Augustus
Riley James Roz
Robbins Leavitt
Randolls- Wm S
Reed Lucy
Russell Benj esq Pitt-st
Remonds Ciovaine .
Rigney Michael
Rand Aaron
Richards Wm
Rick John
Rice Charles
Riggins Job
Randall|Sally Dor
Rous Oliver Rix
Bupp Frederick .
Russell Isaac
Riggs Mary miss
Russel James M
Russel Luther
ReV er Harriet
Richardsois Elizabeth
Race Brifel
Robbins Frances miss
Richardson Sally
Richards Jesse
Reed Win
'lowe Ehen jr
Russell Jane
Robnson John Dr
R No 2
Robbins Chas ir esq

Riley Geo capt.
Rolluins Meshack
Rogers Da'niel capt
Rose Hannah
Riehardsot Margarett
Russell Stephee
Rogers Amelia
Richards Dantl Jrwton
Remick Jacua

Rice John Tuttle Jobti
Rowland Chrisophtl1 Thohn'iion.l'eter
Richards Hannah Thay'r Livia D niiss
Drches Teipie Elizabeth lRot
Randall Ndthi I U t & V
Russell i ary Use Joseph
Hichardsoe M T Rex Umstead Prince
Roberts Daniel Vahevet Alexander
Ran, John Vohkan Johq
Rokberton John VinohohJohn. baker
Rockett Joseph Vaughn Jane W
Rand Daniel Vose Hlannah
Rice David Vinton John .
Reading Wmn Vadam John R Esq
Rtincy Jo!u E Vsgell John
rlednman Eliza D Vose Ilannah
Rions Job Vose Martha
fichardson Asa capt W No I
.Rex'Rebeccra Wendell Mary Anin
Rickford T'hos D Wade Wm Esq
Roberts Sam ) esq Wainwright John W
.S No ; Winthrop Charles
Siebbias Erancis esq Williams Saml Jr E&q
Slonal Thoi l)orees WhiteSimon
Seymworye Joseph f'tl erd Whiting Kimball
Speiir Danl B Ft War ,ltillcut Levi
Scott Eben B Wharle Samuel
Souile Johnjr Woodman David
Smith Anna miss Whitniy K Sime6oh
Starbuck David capt Weltch Nancy."
Stevenson Sami C Wells Sarah
Swetser Henry Wells Wm F
Sunith Eliza White Joseph A
SiLby Mary B Wheeler Bazabel
Shaw S mr Wells Joseph W -
Siders Sarah misn Wright Eben .
Sanhborn Jobiah Wolcott Hannah
Smith Thos Whittemnreohlin
Stonehouse Mary White John
Stone Eben W Watson Daniel
Selman Sally mrs Wright Jabez Rex
Sherman Thoq Whealcrolt Wmi
S'etson Lebeus Wheeler Joel
Shed Oliver Roex Wright John
Singar James Williams Amasa
Shumway Jeremiah -Whitney PS "
Serry Amos Witterrhoth Johna
(North-s'quare Williams N,,thl
Story He zibah Miss Wells Cornelius
Shalluck Varnum West Ann
Symmes Sarah Willis. Jesse
Stackpole Joseph Woodward Nancy S
Swett Lydia Woodward tlannah
Sayward-Sarah K Ward Saml
Sanborn Nathan B Whitehouse John
Suiabardo Philip Williams I-aac
Stevens Mary MI Wiman OP'r for M Bow.
Smith Michael Webber J A Mr
Stone Daniel Reo Wells Thos P
Smallpeace mrs Whlite James
(Somerset-at Waymooth Ivory .
Sparrow Mary Wade Nancy
Smith Sanil B Witherle & Jarvis :"-
Smith David (seaman) Ward James
Spaulding Sami W iggles vorth Wat--
Shaw Wm Wood Mose -
Smith Edward Welsh Saml
Swazey Mary Willis Lucy D tmisk
Spear Betsey K est Charity
SturgisJohn Withingtou Eben W
Sharp Edward Dorchester
Shipley Simon 0 Woodbtlry Charles
Smith Lydia Wood George Capt
Sprotil John Whart Elizabeth
Stevens Abrant W No 2
Stephens Martha Whitney Saml
Sargent John Walker Geo capt
Spear Lyicomb Doe Wilcox Joseph
Spear Foster WatKins Sylvester
Smith Chauniy B Warner Saml Fort Ind
Sampson Geo n,-
Sa apson Isabel B0OS'I'TON
Snowden Win
,Samson Mary
Sturgis John Last Night bu. O
.Snmith names M?1 I
Stewart Wui Which. account ul I
S No I form in New-York
Staples Sarah A Baltimore, can
Stone Joshua
Sear PrIrince capt Evenirgs of perform
Shipley Samnl capt M1b~day, Tuesday a:
Shed Maria which, the Theatre wil
Simpson WM W arch 12 'lor the purpc
Smith,Sargent4 Webb M. NOAH'S new
Smith Cliauney B "" THE SIEGE OF TR
Stearns Geo W Rrook w
Sellanm Sarah Ann
Severs James esq ON MONDAY EVI
Spiller Maria R -WILL AI
Sproul John Shakespdar's much ad
Smith Alnsotd acts,
Smith Nancy
Shed th A I N
StbarnsChas esq brook D
Stay John A!ID HI5 THRE
Stephans Benj W KING LEAR, (for the
Simpkins N SuI
Stimpson Andrew B -
Snow Hannah Bsrook -o wi W
Spooner Wm The favorite Colic Op
Smith John POOR S
Sever James esq
Smith Chas G A
Stevens mrs MIILTON.
12, Nassau-st frpHE public are resi
Sampson H B capt J the spring term c
Single Jinmes commence on the first
Sherman Betsey pies upon which this Ih
Symimes Caleb are the same as those
Symony Daul Arademies. Yong g
Slimnpon Margaret pared tor college, an
Sweat mr pilot branches of a good E
Stow Manassah capt person wishing msatifa(
Swilt Elijah esq fisloe's and accuracy ol
Smith S.rah M tons given here, are re
Sheldon John and Tutors of the Uuiv
Shacley Rhoda The average cxpens
Sanders Wm is about thirty dollars
Smith Charles Sidney WILLI
Sanders Jacob feb 26 eCp
Shaw John ropemaker
Snow Thos AcADENMY fr Yl
Shepard Susan
Sihbe Danl MISS TUTTLE a
Soudehwitzr Casper RoPOSE tocommc
Henry JL Ladies and M ises
Stapleson Eunice i.st Monday of April
Seats Enoch -Tirsns p
Simonls Silas Reading, Writing, Sp
Searl Horace and Plain Sewiug,
Smith David English Grammar, Arit
Smith Sophia position, Rheto
1'1 lIistory, Rhetor
Taylor Polly M Lo'icCheislt,
Todd Sally Logic, Cheis
Taylor John Capt ( and French La
'riplet John R Reference may be h:
Tolmina Martha Esq. ol Charlestown,
Tnayer Hlollis Boston. *Applicatic
Taylor John J school may be lett w
To,'rin Johu named gentlemen.
Tilden Jona Dorh
Terry Mrs Wa ien-st DJ}Ni STRa
TapleyJhn J5Ji hIS i

Teacher Thomas HT E Subscriber he
Tucker Clarissa IL to all concerned.
Thompson Eliza H appointed, and taken,
Tremlet Thas Administrator of lhe Es
Tebbets Maria JOHn
ThalcherLethropE lale of Taunton, in
Thomas MarsiaC ceased, by giving bonm
Thorp Sarah therefore requests all p
Thompson J cooper to the said deceasedl's
Trask Israel Esq ate payment; and th
Trowbridge iNathan mands thereon, to exl
Thayer EliZa mnrs mcut to SAMUEL I
Thomas Seth Taunton, Feb. 10, 18
Tasker Mary

Thepson Jmes ." CO.IMISSION
Fort nhtdepecdence
Thomas Alledn do 7 E, the subscribe
Talcott Nehenmiah Esq T T pointed by the I
Ti'utile WorsterMr LIas, Esq. Judge *I Prol
Thompren Wn county of Bristol., Coma
Taylor Sarah examine the claims of
Tileston Edmund the estate of the Reove
Tower Gideon JOHN
Tufis Margaret late of Taunlon, in sat
Thomas M C mrs presented insolvent, d
Turner Maria that six months are all
Tbalcher Wm bring in and prove the
Townsend M Esq shall attend that servi

Townsend Hoiano ofl Mr. Dan. It''imlrth.j
Thwing Wm the last Saturday of tI
Tead LEdward L March, April. May, Jut
'1 homas Lucy one o'clock in the alter
Thompson Cti.irles aforesaaal.t
Thaxter Ann NATr 'L. LEON
Thayer E.!;zabethl D "N Vs ILMAIt'
Tileston Tpnothy Tauintoi, Feb. 10, 182

Worhmwond Nathl
Webster MSoses
Wehdell Lydia miss
Wor,-ter Noah
Wil,'% an Thos
Willard Samniel & Co
Willard Franr'te mrs
Walker mrs lidia-whf
Wimnan Wm
Whiiti Moses
Welliniton Lonisa
Wheelei Relt en
Whitnev Salmon)
Wilson Martha Dos
Wright Charlettd
Wright Euni e
Whellen ttiij)
Williams Thrb epq Rok
Whittemore Samil
Wrihlit Alanda
WVri,:ht Wns
Wilkins 1%min
Walker Henry
Wellirmorth Johh
V inthrO6pChas
Wehhb Marsina
Whiting Leonard
Wel-t Chas
Wood Gteo tapt
Whitlemore 'hos I
SlWtlpple H W
Whisman I'hilipK
Waite Thlos
Winship Miry Reo
Wyman sm
Wheeler John W
Warren Ge: or
WaAt Phebe miss
Webb Win
\Vaite Charlts
Wiman Rudnei
Ward Pe'er
Williants Mary fRloa
Wendall (aAy A
Whitney J0D
W.idsworth John
Williams Elizabeth
.Whitney John
Worcester David
PrWA ine
Williami Sally
Wright Simon
Ware Krciah
White John
mes BAcbh's
WatIrs Abigail
Wright Andrew
While John capt
Whitmant Sally
Whitmnan Alansohl
Wthitemore Ilios
Watson A E r
Wheeler Bezaleel
While Eben.
% illard Josiah
Withinglt6b PhinehAs
Woodiman Olivia miss
Wai'it Wnm S
Yrer Piere Mr
Young Job
Yendell Sami
York Ebn*
Vonng Franuces ilizth
Young Artem.is Capt
Yeatoh J.mes
A. HILL, P. M.


t of the engagement of
hitarrangemwnts to per-
, Philadelphia ad.
not be renewed.
itae next week, will be
ed Wedne-day :-after
l bb closed until Monday
ore of bringing forward
Patriotic Drama, called


Imired Tragedy in five

e last time) M1i. KEANi

era, in 2 acts, called the

pectfully informed, that
f Milton Academnsy will
of NM'lrcli. The princi-
wtiilution is established,
of Exeter and Andover
entleten are here pre-
na inflicted in all the
nglisb education Any
tinB respectnzg the laitn-
the preparatory Instruc-
,letred to the Prolessors
versity at Cambridge. ,
'e of Uoawd and Tuition
pe" quarter.
IAM REED, Preceptor.

cae a school lor Young
in Clharlqstown, on the
ver Qtarter.
eillug, Geography,

hmetic, and Corn-
& 0 5
ic, and Drawing 0
8 00
ry, and the Latin
languages, 10 90
ad to Stevens Hayward,
or Dr. Abner Phelps, of
ins for admission into the
ith either of the above-
StfC .

reby gives public notice
that he has been duly
upon himself the trust of
state nfthe Reverend
he coumuy of Brietol, de-
idas the law directs : He
ersons who aie indebted
estate, to make immnedi-
ose who have any de-
hibit the same for settle-

rs, having been duly ao-
Honorable HIODIJan Bar-
bate ol Wills. 4-c. for the
nissiuners to receive and
the several creditors to
id county, deceased, re-
do hereby give notice,
owed to aid creditors to
ir claiins; and'that we
ce at the diwelling-ainuse
jui. in sail ITatnto, on
ie moutlis of i'ebruiry,
ne and July enstuioig, at
noon ol each ol the days

ARD, .
1!1, Jr.)

,am- :_ J:14

-A if c iT I I.N- -aI,

Boy S. F, Cooaidgl.
THIS )DAY at II1 o'clock.
Ox ,LivpO ol-e-hasrf,
Landing rmm ship Marnsion.
100 hluls. prime N. 0. Sugars,
50 small hoxe- B'r,!eaix Pruun.
100 kegs Ph,ladelphia Butter.'
Till FDAY at 12 o'clock.
Opposite JVo: 30, India.street,
-Now Lanlng-,-
45 punehe ms high proof St
Croix Rum. A very ope',wr ioi'I
By Blake & Cnnniighain.

THIS DAY at 10 o'clock.
At ",-L.tK 't (CUNNv A .JaI'. Gffir, 5, il st' ,'.
Tle Fut'hiiht('e of a person break.
ing uh pin, viz. BeJ-l't.V ; .Heds Lu-
reau'; Tables; Card do; Chairs ; Fir-t -s ;
Carpe(si: Looking Glasses C orery anid 'a.3
Ware: Wash Itands ; Light do: M.attre ; 2
Silver Cans; Silver Teraasd Csffee Pots; ec:-
ond hand Piano Forte -c.
Also-A few thousan-d very firstt quality Ha-
vana cigars.
And at 12 'clock ,
2 new and elegant SOFAS, of the m'-Mt ainsh-
ionable form. coVei ed with Hlair'Cloth and tult-
Wld in thb best manner.
A Broune iust of WASHINGTON.
1 ca-t stel barrel Rifle Gun-I excellent
Fowling Piece.
On MONDAY next at l' o'clock.
Qni tie Pre,-,ise.
A well-situated Pew in I'Irk-str

By Fairfielid & Lhioate.
THIS DAY at .1G oclocl.
At FATitrint.o .9 Cniars's Office, 14, C0 ,rni' .
100 bbls. satpcr'Fhloup--3 boxies
dipt Candles-2 hods cherry ui-S Mlabis sher.
ry Jui':e-61 bo es 3N > ) Chocotite-.-00 iemite
wrapping Paper-50 dlemijohns pur. HIoll.,n I
Gin, in lots to accomnuodte purclhaseri-3
chests Hysonskin Tea-20,000 'igars.
-ltl Private Si i / -
2.10 bbls superfine p loui-50 crates Bri t-l
Porter Brltles-5(t bbls No t l'rk--4 do mevs
1eet-250 sides red sole leather 150dem'j, hal
liollandis Gin, warranted pure as imported.
Also-- Il cases Canton silk eoni,;stin gof Nai-
kin anhd Can'on Crapeis Cane Shawls.,damask
Hdkfs Florentine Vestitgs, rec.
S cases Choppl Ronaals, e!itiled to dehen,
]ly David HRale Jr.
THIS DAY atL 2 o'clock,
All D TAVID H ISA LV. t oti '. c-' i KilbY-shrwet
tl Davn HtLE, R'S /ffiote. J" fihysstrs] t

10 boxes 1 idoz. each, rielh Mar-
tinique NOVEAU -Jll/so-
101) bag. Liverodol blown Salt,
20BU boxes smoked l erriags, No. I.
By F'rink Stratton.,
THIS )DAY at I o'clecic, P. M
All the Malerials of a two story
gambol ro.u D -.lling-tlhse. exceptt th' ii.neQ
b'ickj and iron mantle bars) situ2aed iu \Vest-
street, next to, Mr liomer's Stable to be re-
moved n six dayss irom sale. -
N. B -Orders left for F. S. at No. 1 -2, Kil-
by-street, will be promptly attended to.
On MONDAY next at lt o'clock,
At No. 28, North-i'reet -by order o0 the admin-
istrltar on the etate of El j. JIenkins. dec'd.
All the FtUeniture of said House,
viz.-I good Kidderm;nster narlict-crarti. aia-
in, and Pembroke Tables-eicga-t ? i ef:-
gilt frame Looking.Glass- plated (tad.ul! ks
and Castors-4Knives aid F'orkis--iiver t,.e 4*
tea Spoons-high carved mahogany n-d Ot hatr
Bedsteads--Beds and Bedding-g ss,. chinm. 4,
crockery Ware-lot of Booka---Kt:-nr Fur ni-
ture. O-'^The Furniture is in exci;ersi.t o'-4r,
having been in nse butrs short is.ne.
By Winslow, Channing & Co.
On MONDAV nexl at 10 o'clock,
.t their Offce, .JN. 8, hilby- sirfet,
(Poitsspned from yestertday.J
The following tioods, just im-
ported :-4 haiesfine blue lnotlhs-- nio mid-
dling do-2 do common do-2 do fiue oliv- and
brown Cloths-I do assorted Cassimeies-2 do
black and colored Bombazctts-3 cases Cotn ama
Linens-- do brown Linens-I do Marseilles
Counterpanes-- 1 bale Blankets- 1 case assoit-
ed Buttons-2 do cotton Shiriug -2 do do
Sheetings-I do Choppa Romals-and a i iety
of other Goods.
o(o-The above Goods have arrived, and may
be examiinel this afternoon.

e' IHE 'Membeis of the .Massachusetl. Charita.
j ble Society are notified, that a Q.airterly
Meeting ofsaid aeciety wili be holdein at Court
street Hotel, on Monday next, 5 h ins at six
o'clock, P.M. GEO. HOMER, S c'ry.
March 2 S3i.4i
To tile Honolable JamIes Prese- tt,
Lsquire, Judge ol the Co'irt ofl lrotbao in an,
for the county ot Middlesex, in the CoumLmon-
wenlth of Massachuetts,
r, 1HE petilion ofl THOMAS GOULD, Junior,
of Stonehiam, in as.ii county, yeomao, ad-
miuistrator 'if the estate pf ,AtAI)St (;4AULI),
late of Stoneham, in e ai' county ofl Midlescx
yeomaan, deceased, iriestato,.
Humbly showed That tho just debts .oic'
the said deceased owed ht the time ,,i iildeotlh,
together with the charges of adamnitralion ail-
ready arisen, aud lutuie prolabhe chliai-ges,
amount to the sum of two thlou*and nina hun-
dred aud sixty six dollars and Lw.!ve cents,;
thaLthe value f tile personal e'ato 'of1he ail

deceased, by the inventory thereof duly exhib-
ited into the Probate office, is six hpnared aut
fifty-seven dollars, and other personal estate,
since discovered,is one hundred and thirty-sev-
en dollars eighty-three cents, amounting in the
whole to the sumi o seven hundred and ninety-
four dolla-s and eighty-three cent-&; and tae vat-
noe of the real estate of said deceased, by the
said inyentory, is three thousand six hundred
and filty dollars ; wherefore your petitioner
prays, that he may be empowered and licensed
to sell so much of the rpal estate of raid deceas-
ed, as will raise the sume of two thousand one
hundred and seventy-one dollars and twenty-
nine cuts, besides the sum of thirty dollars lor
incidental charges. THOMAS GOULD, J

Middlesex, ss.-At a Court of Probate, holder
at Cambridge, in 2nd for said county ol Mid-
dlesex, on the filteenth day of february,
A. D. 1821.
Upon the petition aforesaid, this day prefer-
red by the abovenamed Thomas Gould, Junior,
admin.itrator as aloresaid. ordered, that the
said administrator notify all persons intere-t-
ed therein to appear at a Court of Probate, tc,
be holden at Concord, in and for said county,
on the first Tuesday of April next. by ad-
vertisemeut of the tforegoing petition, with
this order thereon, three weeks successively, in
the newspaper called the Independent CrBi-oni-
cle and lioston Patriot, printed at Boeton, the
I.-,t publication to be ten ays at least l ore
the said first Tue-day in April when and where
they may be heard concerning the same.
and make return under oath of h doings'nie.-
in unto sail court.
JAn ES P'.ESCOTT, Judge of Probate.
Copy-Attest. Isaac Fiske. Rag .F 17

T'OTICE is hereby given, that the
suberiter has been duly a)ppoinled Admiraiitra.
to to tile estae of
late of r righton. in t coun "y of Miiitllehe.lc t.y ent ,
aumn, J, c.,-'--. itiate. eand ias "Itr's upoen Inuielf
man trust. y givig hnds as the law directs. All prr-
sn, ha .in;- d.ensalid upon the estate or the sed dcei,a
t,l ri rsquir d to x.hiit the same; and all per,ei.o
indibiled t thie sail els te s" Are" tel nupon a toms- rIpu)
met, ,o UtAtAiLZE A. HARtDi,
setich 4


i, d '. dci -A A o msl ia a Supansh port, Sa16 exhibit thI doc- made public; andl l do hereby enjoin and re- whilst Ihe privateer ilic verin, off (Le harbott CTARLETON, Felf. 17.
.. .: -- z 4--,., lila~-. ffi e .e t retctritcnd uriresd m -U d Flehinh is .. cs -"" a tw il t th ri a e r s h e e m of ~ h r a -tC I A a '* l 7
-- fi-te stories fId ,iined e in e knownby he ae of lrtices, and the Iqaireall persons bearingoffice, civil or military, with the American vessel in company, waiting S.IP-RECKS
--- IXCtolel o hs Catholic Ylaiesty.- BuIt the- es"ment kio.. ,y,,te.Be ... ny,... ......... l r "ECXhe
FRo7 'ri rATIONALT IoNTELLIG.NCEBR. .I .. -t. b -e on, of ihs h consul Ame rt, the -oll of I within the United States, and all other:, .her retae, with a vievw, no doubt of brimgng. Los -of fth,%1%. r,.cfr-Peate.-- The
m possession o.- s h l h a, n ation the ve'5-t; and if the name of the deserter or I citizens or inhabitants thereof, or being within the American into this port, for tle purple oat schooner H.pe-"or-leace, capt. B from
BY THE PRESI)EVT OF THE UITTED the recent cireumstancesolt pa.e bee deserters. whbo are claimed, shall appear in the the same, faithfully to observe ard fulfil the disposing er caro, c nmeo the priv -Orleans, bound to this prt, with cargo
STATES. .. ven the revomf filling lltheConditionsoftheir one or tn ,other, they shall be arrested, held said treaty, and every clause and article thereof. teer, we aretold, is the D lo, and no th e of gr and mo es, upstate ntdimin-
PROCLAMAT N ant, shall com plete"'hem ithit c e o terms in custody, and ldehlivteddto thevessm o which h testimony whereof, I have caused the seal Conejo. iThe American schooner called tie cd on the niglit of the 25th It. in the GuLT
ofbeUnte tae~-te ffxe"o heI .ds a sdtob. ox .41i- Str~atn:, andt fnaib, lost oulthe Coalt of 1plori-
P OLLAMA O imitedra in t, shall complete them t ifrom tle dite a hcy saill elong. ofttie United States to b e affixed to these lres- .Mary, and is supposed to be owil a New v- and fi all lost on the Cot f lori-
-- a o, imitedtdintheSaewihemreAVchaerotod Art~ 14 The Uite States hereby .cera h-vndeultify oats, and signed the Tt with my had. York. We have yet to lcarn the reaon y ,On tie30th. Capt. B. arrived ite ve. tr-
WHEREAS e TrTeniy of Amity, Settlemnt, of this-treuty ; in default of w ch, e that they havenot received any compensation Done at ihe City of Washington, the twenty the schooner Dolphin, 'th service o the gov- Hana-Ann, frt St.Augu-
a.d Linit, between the United States of A- grants shall be nll and void. Ah gra s mae ,from France, for the injuries they suffered second day otrebruary, in the ydar four ernent of Colom, biai, comes to be concerned tne, and furnishes s with the fohiowin par-
"*,,rica and hi. Catholic M jesty, w s conclu- since the said 24th of.atuary, 1818 when the ..m ,r privateers consuls, and tribunals, on L.s.Lord one thousand eitht hundred and .in the detention .of two ..neutral vessels proceed- ticulors of the. loss of hIs vessel.-:-I f left the
d imdbt enterPe I `oet -first-proposal, on the p art "oL.ls.Loord on....e thousan.. ..d 6, f ,t.
.i ,nd in ed between t heir Plenpotena- irt-proposal, on .the p. r -s the coasts adin the ports of Spain, for the .twenty one, and of the Sovereignty and ing flem Angustura. n e Balize.ouvthe 17th ult.--on the2tlOf-at noon.
rie., in tins city, on t Lhe o twenty-second dayof Majesty, for the cession of thod Flodas g o satisfaction of which provision is made by this depeudence ofthe United States the smade the, Great isaac ; in the evening a vniole
Fx }Jt~av, in te year f oar L rd~o.eAh ckand madelaidhereofdetherdBaltimaoreeAmerican,...g.IL........... came ,any ,o, :
eirht hardrcd and nine urLrdnwich treaty, nullmade,n nroid agre treaty ; and they will present an authentic forty fifth. JAMES-MONROE. A correspondent of the Baltimore American gale of wind caIme on, which continuing to "
ight ndra and ni n, which treaty, ull and void statement of the prizes made, and tf their B the Preident: John Quincy Adams) says:-' blow with great violence, hove the vessel to-
word forward, is asfollows:- Art. 9. The two high contracting parties, an- true value, that Spain may avait herself of the Secrtry of S e, As no mention is made by the gentlemen at midnight, the gale had increased to a hurri-
OR tOn itnA.] imated w-ith the most earnest desire *if concill- true i such man- er as she may deen just --- -" :o retur d fro the Cossst"llatin, that any in- cane-all hanws were below, ebpt thev ml
ition, and with the object of putting an end to and proper. BY LATE MAILS. tercourse with that ship and.Biienos Ayres took at the Ijeli-t, thengaltrehendous s `'-tsk7fke
TREATY all tie differences which have existed between Art. .6. The United States, to give to his placewhile at Mote Video---nor any sate- vessel, and turned be l bottom up the man at
I them, and of confirming thf good understand- CatoicMajesty proof of their desire to ce- Fion the. '. oIk placenal locate met as to the manner Mr. Forbes was recei- the helm was washed b overboard, bu regained %
beif .vmry, Seltk U nited Una .tdinci 'ing which theym.wish to be forever maltCainems, menf t relations of amity subsisting between L F Ir FROM SOUTH. AlERICA. ed, who went out in heri asa special and con- the dpck, whel, -. -, h.-lhte. Next hor-
between th'e United" Slates of lAmerica between themreciprocallyr renounce all claims: te the wonaiorip, ardtofavorth:'om .nce-of! "- ",tr y .t... ... H ome .<7 C i ,'ta fidential-. officer of the, United States to the" ning, finding *lm lrL:f th vi,.-|-u,,n therFlo
and His Calthiblic Majesty. for damage or injuries which tthey, em the subjects of his. Catholic Majesty,agree that Saturdaytebrg Hippmce Captain .provinces ofSouth America-t-eel a particeu-n idans iore; ,'-.. i;:.il ancho, ,.aur,,:n bout,; l
sele as ell as ther rp tiz s an panih vessels, co ing laden ony with pro Bourne, arrived be C from uracoa, By this ar pleasure- co nicating he satis- very nearthe.brakr i 7 S on v..
The United States of America and His Cath- subjects, may have su ered until ie tine Od auctions of Spanish growth or manufactures conveyance, we have received from our atten- faction of your readers the information of that ter. In th;_ situation "te -. r.r_ ,' .t c I
'olic Majesty, desiring to consolidate, on a per- .;ni,- this treaty. 1.s directly from the ports-of Spain, or of hcrcolo- tive.corrsspondent the Cuacoa Courant uo tI gentleman's arrival at Buenos Ayres-and feel. until the night of. the.80,th. ivoSa n.. i ll t'1
manent basis, the friendship and good corres- lii- renunciation of the nited States wi nies shall be admitted for the term of twelve .ce a lively interest in be ing able to state that his time blowing with little or n,O ,. ii., Jire -
pondence which happily prevails between thie extend to all the injuries mentioned in the con- years.to the ports ofensaco and St. ugus- the 4th in st. in which there are accounts rom exception by the authority aud people of that ly on shore- when she prt l tl,ant
tw o par iesdbaton o1e tts Je a d f e-y ears, to the po rts of P e nsacola~and S t. Augus- t e 4 h i S. ,in w hetion by-tehanhe arep p fah acoyuo n sh orfrw en s O r u. % t,;,lh t' ,t, nn.
two parties, have detertuined to settle and ter- ventiori of the 11th of August, 1802. -tine,in the Floridas, without paying other or .Puerto Cabello of the 27thJanualy,whic state, metropolis was as it ought to he-this is great, drove upon the beach-she in .itrtliltly bdg.-d
,i if r n e rd p e e so s y 2. T oaall claim s on ac count of, prizes m ade -r-oftonna, e ,,
mrinT ec aIl thieirdifterences and pretensions, by 2. To all claims on account of prizes made .higher duties on their cargoes, orof tonnage that in consequence of the late armistice, the gracious and grateful- and filled with. water ; at da'vllght .captain' BI;.
a Treaty.which shll designate, with precision, by French privateers, and dodemned y than will be aid by the vesselsof the United 1,pf ,.t, dlt retail throughout the ------e with his crtw got on shore fgic ithle wrck
the limits of their respective bordering territo- French consuls, within the temrtory andjuris- States. DIurLig the saidterm no other nation most pe. fet tranquility prevail Ti n on W -INGTON, Feb. 24. but in doing so, lost every ; thia ecept the,
,etve -er1 rto renh on sulswihn tetritisor anda eunl r e voe isUl-elUlll a -""t
ries in North Ainerica. diction of Spain. shall enjy the same privileges within th ce hole Republic o Colombia, and tat co We have pleasurIe annoutnci g the arrival clothes they had on. After b 1-..-... ..i-e, for -
. With this intention, the President of the U- 3. To all claims of indemnities on account territories. The twelve years shall com- merce had begun to look up. The proclama- ofMr.FonsrTr, our Minister to Spain, at the several days in repairing. their boats andhav -
nited Stat's has furnished with their full pow- of the sspbsion of the right of depositat e Inence'three. months after the exchange of the tion of Bolivar, which we subjoinI, issthe pro- seat of government. u igsaavetl a small.sapply of provisions they em, -
ers Jo uN Q e.cS y A D .L Secretary of State of Orleans im 1802. .. . ratifications of this treaty,. 5.. s. T he B all on T hursitday E veling, in honor of barked iri li rfor St. A ugustine.
the United States; and His Catholic Majesty 4. TO all claims of citizens of the United Art. 16. The present treaty sha be ratified auction o an enlarged m eates peace the Birth-day ofWashington,besidesbeing nu- Loss oflthe British brig Sinrly-The bi -'
As appointed the, most excellent Lord Lois States upon the government of Spam, arising in dueblrm, by the contracting parties, and and good will even to the enemies of the coun- merously attended by citizas and strangers, Spply, Capt. rr n R, went ashore heivy
1r OsIS, Goriaalez, Lopez y Vara, Lord otle from the unlawful s-eizres at sea, and un the the ratifcations shall be exchanged in ix try, while, at the sami, it boldly asserts its in- and their families, was attended by thebPresi- gale at E. 8. E 'n ltl onst of Florida, in at .
town of Rayaces, perpetual egidor of the Co- ports an territories of Spain, or the pas months from this time, or sooner, if possible. deendnce, and a determination to maintain dentof the United States, the-Secretaries of 26, 20, oatrf o lock in te morning of'the'
parafioi o" th(e city of Salamanca, Knight colonies In witness wfereot, we, the underwritten e State and of the Navy, Members ofCongress, 26th uir Th C-pi:i, ., i .n.'o tE
Grand-Cross of the Royal AmericanOrder of 5. To all claims of the citizens of the United Plenipotntiaric of the United States of Ameri- this against all opposition. Acouts trom J- and other public officers. The epresentativs and all l' re o.Hi i .- I orc
Isabella, the Cathlio decorated with the Lys States upon the Spanish government, ,stonoate- ca, and of his Catholic Majesty, liave signed, maica had reached Curacoa to the 6th January. of a rance, Gireat Britain, Spain, Sweden, and. but n,,it l i ,ut -Nimuch daN "'. veis:vl
of La Vendee, Knight Pensioner of the Royal ments of which, soliciting the iterpos on o by virtue of our powers, the present Treaty of They were no iay important; the Duke of their respective suites, and a part of tlih-Rus- and all her I'1fo. con1i t;n of .1-:n' T 5ini,4r.-,
ovenm ntofth U itd taesynve irt"e of "u" po"e"s -i-e P-es-ent"Tre"t" Ofii hidonsul Generl ibe D qt -. ..... -!- .. .
a d, distingTished Spanish Order of Charles th. government of the United tates, have Amity, Settlement, and Limits,and have there- ,a. ,ohester wa i fas recovering from his late sin L nation, the British Consul General, e .. Dry .lod .i[d i r. r; iT.. r ,,tv .., ,.
the Third, Member of the Supreme Asseilmbly been presented to the Department of Stale, or unto affixed our seals, respect vee also attended, in the fat ill uniform of their re- She n rMm J..m .r, ,. j, T.3 ii-, f 1 "r .
of tile said R ov ai'O rder,,of the C ounc i o is "u "nto' -fi ed iut-s a s e p ct v l a cetern t i 't r cov ring fro hi a e, iane ti e t ton, the B ri tih C n u eer' tta t c. D y day s ,n1, 11 ;b ut ,Cto er, nt an: t e -
Cah lcsalet- xr i tet.. .of1ebu y on th uad e h h nd dan Cua aparse:-alreattendedfinthe fvi lrtue .githei r Sed-.% 1 r. snm hJ;o ne, rrve hr
of the said Royal Order,,of the Council of His to the dMinister of the United States in 1 pain Done atWVashingtoin, this twenty-second day accident. T16 following are extracts from the spective stations- It is grateful to find that days oIFty b1d to Brtnuda apd.-the Cl.. *.! P ',
Catholic Majesty-his Secretary, with Exercise gnce the date of the convention, in 1802,. and of February, one thousand eiglt hundred and Curacoa papers :- reverence for the virtues of Washington, and Verds. Mr. NEILL, the owner, arrived here
Of D ecrees; 'any iis E nvoy E extraordinary and f Funtit, ne th us nd ei ht h u d ed angInat' har e odastut b udtohisil daatreat....;y !
t Decrees, and his Envoy Extraordinary and untilhe reignunciationre of this treatyolic Majesty nineteen. THE REPUBLIC OF COLOMBIA. attachment to his political prirtniplesi, grow yesterday, having taken passage i Capt. B l
o A m r c .I(SE A L .) J O H N Q U IN C Y A D A M IS ,-, 'w ith th 'e g ro w t h a d Stre n g th e n w th" t h) : Lav i g u stiak en ,as a g ed fi 'o a pth e. e1oA
Minister Plenipotentiary near the United States The renunciation of I:s Catholic Majesty ex- (SEAL.) JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. I Proclaation issued fro head quarters at w;th ,tho growth and strengthen with- the r,' '-. ,7.,,St.Augiustinte, and froa, thence to
of America. tends :. (SEALt.) LUI DE O S. Prcla on issued rm head quotes at strength-tf the nation. 'this city in the sloop Ilannah-A t c.
^ leni entiaries after having 1 To all tnhe injuries mentioned in the con- ,aC t l .. '_ Caraeh 1,th October, 1824h We understand that the as of ol r
conAnde tile ald PI t .J -, Aawhra as a CthlcMjet i, Shron Boliv arr ibertador, President I,. .. e. In Ie : = .- .

U t- i ai. '-powers, have agreedHuponan vetioT of the lINu ofe usedby the expedition 2 t o id a. th ,_ e e ,c w Sson t ber u ins t h mah elt r .

ol We ty his successorsand subjects, with- ofM M irnd that was fitted outaind equipped at tenor following RAnsts aogreat act of dutc ;outrs e ies :Curt on Monday next. Mr.HAttorney General, url ts .n- 11 'e r I. bL" r .nal
' C. o .- esde s 1 o the o u cla.s ofch hsCa tholic n te on Ferdi and et th da o fa of Gctoer, m th Tw rovinces more nave. ai enteredaintoeth .a..,T t ueraganshon I -I .
to tie et 1 Ird of t;i..e 1 a fir aridi known by la- adanterritori e iurisdinc-nof tp:iPie from y Whereas, on the twenty-secous d dayof Febr peace and independence, because indepeddence h hctenro'a Feb; S.e rvel e easttAmatsd otf, .m1. aN thorabtints r ta, -,

te me ta Wet orid The ad- 'Fil to alltec s.fie,(of subjects of his o eot d n secure the frendship of the Span- tr. Chief Justice MHouse rdeliere t 'he wa s tandftomb. n npart at least.
Jaceit -Islands dependent oi:n said provide s, tween ill Catholic Majesty upon ,he government of the and nntentraiy ast aconrmet sa ld treaty, a advancdto the pftople the in free wi l and sac-g s o he Curt in the case of Young ^.
ublic lots and squares, vacant lands, public United States, in, which the interposition of andsgedinthecit red rights. Can we epect a code from our SchlaLter, argued by Mr. ..;fl .i pltin WOO STOCK, Feb. 27.

edifiees, daortilication., barracks, and other his Catholic Majesjiy's government has been Don Luius nis, ny Envoy Eitraordinaryaiid enemy, and prostitute our country's laws ?- tillf, andby Mr. Eatondfor ibe d-la,.l.Iv.i. The A Adwenling.H~use in Barnard, occupied by
b .ildigs, w. ic. i .i not privatee property ar- 3.Tsoic ,i;te before the date of this reatyand since Minw stp ir Ple nipotentiary, and.Jo ft Qwd cy oathe we violate the laws of nature by leaping jagsornt was fir..ed .... teo e wil cons.amo d by fire on.te 21st.

chives tai documents, which relate directs y w o the date of -lhe convention of 1803, or which- ASot G icroad tlid ocean to unite two distant conti- ly The opimon of t Court wasyesterday d- inst. We learn that the.r'e was commutikat-
the property and so vereignty of said s provinces iay idave hea n mad e to the. Department of ted Statesnof America, competently autho ised nents ? Can oe a lnousice.:r i tat slivered in th.case ob. Kfine m aen n's lessee, ed from ashes, whih had bee.'tken tt,a d,
t cuded in this article. T he sa .A chiv es F o rig n A ffl rs of his M majesty or to his M inis -tte sc s T g o s a wif rn to th a a y d ou r s t e t a g b M ,. n s f b r. n s, o p i. a of th e h ouse... It,
a 2d documentlsshallbeleft in. ossessfndofthe er in the United Sates. c o c No Cololbran s! .et no one fear the lerat- o, laintoff in error ind b v Mr. Sergeant for ill be found-on observation that mostofth
onamissries or office-. of .ohe Unitea d So ases, Anr. the high contracting i lrtles, respective- dffere e nsandtof lhe a h g e it- oe itch aplre oaches vith the sle ob- the defendant in error. *Judgment affirmed the country arise from ti.tcause.. Ash-.

tiuly authorized to receive them ly, renounce all claim to indemnities for any me ns "a d t er e t t wt o leaking 'our chans It carries on its Th argum ent of the sase o Bla ke s H ughes, .e s ae carelessly kept, ard much" pr erty hl(
co ri.- Th sbudr Mlis between (h1e two of the recento ieve ds or trandsac teonsof their alr ofthIlo 10 1 "^rme l r~ta w0r T a t11^ 1 hear3 of the rns and bdoes on a cone tded by Mr. Pinl~iey,.for the respond; by, @las o hrtfew them away, il yo
co ntiewet f h M ssssp ishllb gi rsp civ c mm h er ad fices ing fh the~rl~s tl b Spa is man .iv uno tile rest.' formia there.. .

on the Grilfof Mexico, at tlle.mouth of- he Flsopriras. -Teeoe :. w a having ?n h exa in 111 shed. By ordr ThOis cellenScy. Tile case of th schooner Co~llctor and cak A^ scolos in >Pomfret ^wasetroyedbjr
Ver SSabte, ,in tl r sea, co. ithi. .north, a- The United States will cause satisfaction to s hee aic o es a A cONIO DE S C E g Wilmot, claimant, w as argued by Mr.Mitch- fire ote of tet .. n -
lol the w- toes h chtern bank of th ri er im, sto the d be ma de f or the ul seizures at se a, or it bichtheypro- ts a r cy'n I,. paiI .. .. ..o e G.- i- e A S"ecre 'ry .a Wa r"... ellforthecla hIant. e .. ",-

(le^ '-olatitiude; tlhence,'uy a line die north, cess of law, shall be established to have beent at Coe of the :a.nwthrset ot Taken from the enemy at the Ciencgn, Santa ;* .Washington, Fell. 23. *Court of Common Pltas--Dublin, Dce. U.
to .'; -.- wr -hir eil.".--,'r i known byae,;th n, Spanish inhabitants, by th e late operations of -1p'. i y yg fro m the former to the latter, imau the li ee t ione tor and cargo, Wiuot claimant, was conclude s ,, t
thefollowing the course of tihe Rio Roo eastward. The a d American army in Florida. alye ae h articfle e ... wo a cn ldes of the 10th ult. fougaf by the division of the e- ed by Mr. Whetonuatide aSr.Pinkney for the e sautical te .-A.t'h. close oftpa t W trial,
tjac tldei e of longitupen dent 100 wes t faipro me Lon- Art. 10. The convention entered ito andsi c e sreontt tey Ao n t publican army, under the command of C -oiel respondent, and by Mr. Mitchell for t claim for as brec -set tf r e M
d o v. 3 f o m W s a g p i n'e, rs smalg tivee c INnjt e stw o upo n iegvernm ents, o h 1 hof tile f a Jed I ose Mand-to Cth e np'o : -1 bth eir fr e swill pnd cs ac- t M Thie f u tca e Mof Wvlkins a d eoth ers s. o-th, ( ag nartagla t

Iite cityutf nV ahnd case b etween.sa O gdniIc---.mt.i- I.-
p b y ls i' and sq ares, vacant lands,p i cmUniedStaotes, inwhich the Uinterposition of eanl dcsighed i n eaI y'ato ., oned friohts. C awee rp, a e nt i n tr mo ur tt. Hr....... F-O O"a oTOn K Pape b 7

and ad he cW n h sa paall to there his athoic t aedb y 'st goeP r nmient h s b iriby ayal en mandpotdueorco nr'wlwi-dtyh.S.-,, r, b te ..'.I.' pd t. h e Shiley,-argue _.pan IO S O K t Po rts ,ub. f- o
buth e As, l whicl sar d not s in ate Spropert -, a r-olic'te'ad b of e nt oe d6the e hsQatyah dsic e" c poinister Plenpotentiary, fan t Ul fonarw F.om ate Etra wsordi na Gture of leap g, udL-1ent a;d a Seel ea o ns h oame bo ir OeO n whoped y,
t h e s gi d R d a d . a sh r e l t iv e rs c, h r o h o m s o n she d a l o f t f i ti eShterit yf o f 1 Sigor wdi a n o e ,r ets o ta ted eot h e o U t c r o sp t h d o c e a n t o u n i t e tof d i st a n t c o n t i r o.I t hI. I' Y or k M cS t e e le a s .r t a c c o rdinsbt.oi rer t he tp r s e n t hom eunt hiat -
chives dcu me n th s d whc h torbela o e U a In-th .. .. ofthe onvention of t 182, o mry I comp an wer, vi8olatuderthelarwicles of n at r mb lice cong ie ror Waas o o ir ip
th e p r 't uan d so v e r e ig n tye o f se wa t e rs a nIm a y t a v e b e e n m a d e t o t h e -.i D e p arl t m e n t o f t e d S t a t e s o f A m e r ic amc o m p e t e n t a u t h o ri s e d.h pa Pa n e d C anb w e b le ndto u r i n te r e s t s w ith th o setdyT l e hen iaveCo ur t wi n h by ensr a y s s e e t o f romt a shes w hner n tsie L eentnthaenC o'l o, a -,

Sso tth e ba inset eh s awms bed h p ot e, t r o f s x te en ra rs, a t e f l n a earka b e n o t o r m e n t p.s

!aid riv eds n the, a ind e. Theasal i roun u Forthe in tA falhls a ohudet d wtae id ty descrin- grn, of la, d made i v .. of those w m t er...r.. D .ir k of of tmuition, in liter l tnle by uMery, fronead Th es "tr 0 P .t a w omen wop ln of the haus ..ble.
citer so t sside s ou fn orh, o s their r S cases ,I c.io s aboCom sn t oonne itdf e o fage to o Cou n ou bt a "Mare Col om i San!taio n o a ha onefear the 7t y ar ud by M r. ec aino antf b th moes'o r cont ry
_i day k l s al l b e -al e o i f t io r eos e rspc of ti u e t er i n th e U s i t edC S t a t e s s h a l l. ta.h c h i .he r t o je cta r t t h e saiat hae ro ir k tnpors :ee r os cno e n tn ai a s n o r n m. ea ra,, s om t -n o

43 anthenc, i.:.'p;oth e n atioasl t o r the i to appointe by t readtng t her, b e hre will be found p- o observatolmtnat P smosto, fromo
T. h ; A l t h eis la ds .- r fcin h U ntie Sa sre s, and ad .i o a c ontse nt o the .a te, i re nt d fferent hes, and of iemi ts be tw een both gover n i ar eyd wh c ohurn a oplirnhwi the fsood n G ee o h -d 'J ur.. B ogota,. .- ,-S B oerp ,ana,, i r tE o tryrisome t hue n wNh,

cee ai d R edo uncd A kall o t e ir hts, tcl o g o t an dis o nsha le t t hei cli t y o f ndem itieas;hfatin ytoe in iv urm y;nthich n r a l of t e public amea nsi of r sth e g over- i FromCthe rr cocor. 2 G y uil l o. 1r I

rtesostothe ourstorhu s described, byblogt the de adwth int s paness or n hees a yeabsec ofro ymmv tteo ners ho them cade men pause oot prjets listens""""" teo2^ it fos cyffee, Governor7 an os; Ntoonscton inTELmousNC O IChrcE i
Ate., tt, sbu t s ey fhi e Unte t of th ei. o mi. r h- i Iac. may ents and their reset i cve teoritoiies ;d which 'e bte ien er ou chains. t carriesonit ..... h a .. f.. t a. .. :fflentsep 4c ie o u1nt. in thiaee C oslo s-
reb c*eo ,o .he Cab i. n e bto t eM s ea, an d t re th e aee t m entt s o ra sa t n iy t th e v i l the- v e p o fthv e id e r grandn g t e ten m e', f stand a i t a o ow is h e or a p osti sso sarai cta n o h e n o P er .rit ,l,,9 5 ;,rt ... eus 'at, .. 7-k. i y th e o o r means orwss t hm ab e, idpo er ty ak

,aidc ri kvers ox and thAr rasas, t louihou and y'esie oll the Unimsi tced. witath pextent ofs toe said eouidarysonytngirest and cesonsfaboe Senatio nte omsinr rtoned. ai 8th articl is to be^' ~ yt udrtood as w li ndontheother the1 sam nole feeabitngsbts 4f 3- do A d o; ^ A me^ }r.^ ^ bqf,9a205 de a ss ocitbue soin cthe y other c mpoynt r an
ut. .ti C, h Of e Mc i ss t sip i, shallbe- in The s aid Com issioner s act o s in o thl e r ag e et f o ttheoorwc .v w hth o m o u t he d ur ystr "ofmu s hlood- We p la".5,o espl ae e r t e e, e
t rieGuils w ot h i oei ao e s, t h e sa a i to m ea nd er ea d o fmi e rn "th e ver m acoe o t n o wdsper t he s ptcla re en rs t a a e ob *th e pa. wlt n edu de d 118pi k e te r e a 'b t ev an Towf the mlbi. aw y h

"'*Thi two hihcnrcigpris dagret (hi pr ocdngs fo h atfl an diign ou^l aid1?!!^t~ e; d ^ Pnen tlsee ic o~c n" e"'* enSt oe onte a l~e en ^ -3 1 Spr can f a dE w ES A L SH E
on 4. 'I'. rf a t t ,e-i i t lmo uth of 'thea n dl ti o f the i d d i ms a c in th erefore, d m having sten a oy exa m ine d Ah b e tohe C o o b d er lu ns e ceof le c y, a. b .rm s, y t b lo o '- dt o .ac A NSaf ola oe nef Prplt w a e t 1 oy
p rd e te o nsu to the l te. r ko is w esc r b y t I de p i si ceso j t ce s ab sen of n an y s e r pno *tse h a o" bts or hcts .... cr f e 3 ra iia 67 a lens 0^ akeiln 2 t I.T E.. I E cE e c e-

ia bine, ,inythat i sts t o bothe Untiots Statch Ca- oemipstion s of lah e te at y between tple twvn ane and g t a g e o c. Ift co nsid e ntse n ces T o te .'est a 6, c abituy .
he rebyT c d e to i es C at lic M s a r y appoitconrt of t O t obsixteene aaitle e a foresaid, and haby i rst e ob -IIs boi re o n O De San Citiation orAvd S o e l6 on ane C olle oa nd- a -- HA e tor h oe tin sPt abs. M to es t !

siH oe rverS al theisrr or ighotsha meelat ae Pre s he Unite d State s wi l h en dumandsaion the S-tate o i; on a a nne ...n.h da o .t. the-pot- be mantf"wae byealm r Mpn itesalot e o respect.prem; iado thd ghd i ,.e83 t, p r.ue ,nat. pla" w"r '
lo g then *stio n ba ri t of the Slavea oto the 32d be m adefortie sin Com mission ery hch,1apro- t ona e th ses andt n nm t tl theataIr s ve outu tae'a n sa e n bre fe b .... p o -d 'c ou t h dlo e a d -i
- e estabtis h h t, a- "a ", t o u cb a tio, o the s af t ohnationw ith, respect ateo thea io- ...appeae .or the ?6th Nott. 1I 0 aF. ge I e- dI-._e Iy

4outhof latite R e ;desced lr ae to rn lik i th te o a sed b he s aid Commissioners s l, sbe rated 1n the f oloi gw r ofallWh, ch Ia yhe o r,- eTe -nallo hapndeur art- byc di e hlaanye s otsh Fehall'. o cur a e p leT a laoveoonbl'il bttbl n d Pi
m rlk. ,1 th,.. I .-fi oe, : fromw h e imout h ocsth e S oL-terd by the m Spansh officer so an d a ountd no t I E N TE O' T N -. A,, p erthak e n ehedothe d riloenwtf th e raa n ta:ead- The r ar yes of heIage, of the 7 ,h C le Pre_ --- .

bin t hIe .eRis tol i nd fa o m edes t the said autvore ce edn to ve a m d elio n e af o ars shv e ymallb a 11ands to dpe lrea reted, bn .a t ever i n be dev olenc e torby s Tspe nd g O 1" an undesF 1b 123.78 1 ,C ourt 7o A- nvmer p rt o l easticn, m L ie ,I1:
30 ) Ih River Ar Ill? h l- d toraRed. irtai the nlSa nism d h e i nha it e San t es; b t eltehoer i mation of 3da rtceso.veI Tapp hr dso h e aove e Mert haand tnr sw oheaife ent ubfo r b dits on the r adl ad- OfTile arg um n td fter2 ca e o' th s ll C03z 4718 4 ,lidhavratify r callndaand erveryi e

f lit ile otsat e of these r i ds c i ve r A ns, ard ,t u e i reative o tte s c ra tios an to ne r Oe th e, froth ecrc te a n g exU m of the ifors gover to t han lautd, i4t he k,6 2 79 48 arriet C l ; o wa snticn menmp oy. a a I
id coomi ttowh s a ve ree upsIam erica An osipeaed the T se rtefereedy tolmen, and t lu i whore hnan c d atione .t wThehis ratSpatoad Of 45 ad u s 1,4 1 5 3 j 5 was
,n Artltd ndteln flaiue4 o. p 1ybl. Tothe cnvnton~ieeds ofsles of pu whichitarecotae i hented inathesfmri ,and, ndhirtue y he ~ult.nogenrlo itllythe diviin fthben4-ed b r hao rdirc-k 1''uda it-ttecls f hstiL

to henoutceal t o sh e sand territories l de c dto C tho usaj e ity. tha concudof on ions00 ethe dosnrop sontger s aond L|- .,t 1 4 6 4 3 ;cd
attd e e olorna itf t '* -p oArt. 1 a. Te no 'er "s on the d- ed o Se or -ch ams as ratiflth uhitaerond r rresondentaandtbyMr. Miteh ot bellafor t teo laim, nforh ma th m cn ul ore t ee F ol "ri c.. ..r"
6' ;r e A4 3 fro m u l ingp oi ;the ; thll ib c r ossi n g t e n t he onge osa v go l mfes, o ne S t e 1h re se n t I n pnt een ,tdo tb a a m -, oe a i A n i o u- ies ,tih e e aee o i nh n oth et.me.ntileaIns w. Ade.oya a nd o l o i a n, l 2 oth e p o p deft.
ei sai rd ol e t hi tr.a rid ri sh g thence, by a August, 180 tri l e ratified ati s of waich aw r r ns mgi n e at and wor ofa nI ga t o e Morf o thea renn, h carna ve fre tow i her esom an-- i ns wot nds n others vs.oT '].wa argu dihy at ou n ot .u an't, i vwe ree rh&vmngst o
i at e e no r that th e ri v e. r i n T insn t ch eo fute e Ta ne .th e s l'aio s o f t h e pr oe t ed eng o t he t wd ..eM9 -e s t, y o'e-o hdfO t. w"b t o p i t oa- ba o u ntne (i f R 2w er gi o t h e ir g toit ea ndn ty a c ae, .g
th e d ue o rth toartih e ss t bper ar s h d o o e cAhng ed th e 1 st D e ce m ber, t m a i do c-o.. n t o, air da d ve ,t e P fe t e n a s a e n ae o h a a of iA Pnul O e fro anro d s l arl causeed .. .. chto. ..an nonce3 o 1 8-
,to s er ol, and a lsurv o, w o thel e de te oe t s to be I yeui sted w e-n de handed 1 greie Sta tesdi o toe inetr e enfy th s ea o t ittal- oif-i z e g n m e n Y .sa l reMse t O gde ne" 1 a" r ectp oin s, oflawl o ntaine ditethe blaof x .

*he oer' int, i o h o fd S uce dee, fnom t le 4 d2cs a2 t he m o i s h ll, a5 ithe'cdoe of thesa Commissioner s, An d m nthe r8, advi n se a nd c o fns hent idhdice a e ion to the d ea lesl at en a o nrflict wh but 10in a nd 18,-'t- ind ionled, accounes cdr. o. t ean bri-
atnd he tic e 'thatoan ll l of th la tude ,d t t ito ih fe pa o i l in f trment of s c clai- a m ay e a d- c on s ete tiof the se te o U n ited States, oe t e i d as h otrey o yo u haoe dis t s o, the 2 t r 1 ec ad i th t S gel va i

Spatheir Redon witv out and reticiron, and fte ad aacloun bs fane osad to isshoeg S s a eeath in t ewo folowing vzblesis1 yo nets 0allowing ors 0eople Iay edl ap in riciShi p huROn oE R Br ow ,)o *me thee Plr u nd wa!p r oe- eig x
..tho ..e i d i 'te, e fr to re m o t so the Sd annel -- -o ... .h f uei the .ajora o oeh the rea o nt s eI for he exchaE t E T resp.i ecti 1 i ay8 0 0l b e el d to, 2lowst, fo r e so. h u m ne 0 os o nc m e ,0 i3 s1'60at3It. byvharys, oenL o
Mt s the Rinei o ans sal aee mited to sc e pr bh e adunc at onstherein contained extend, iand ce .liee 1, h.aties m. a i cNaord pn set n and cl0l e t a s reinares, -o hav subt s cif bet 7 uiontal sof ut B o y w l .. .. 'u h .. ea'9 h ravin st.. d biogdf. .sa l n t wh il .n..or.-

"t ofntheir soct of t ne watd witnsa, t 1h T- treaty, or by mte atn of Stock adyconlaiuerriedtsh ente ate recitnge to- f ,thf S gl obsevent Gls e tre t oe s.....o...ll ..... Q 4u r) 257- 4v'7. at na ce, tlunn eit a Btl rnacht
ait P ei i tP haet, improved lothe a ste o fu -Ie o srders them entirely y cancelled, undertake to the aeit. oe I ra tificati, -oi... ..theo l eac3 es 86 ervhanc bots, 5ioo fap intools r ip t t ; of ti be, a p t.nt o St. Johnsew A nti a,29t h 1 1 ... 3 S ..n.
ar t .sti l B ute if th e ins o f athi e A ertkan sas m ake fs a tise po e ed o t, sa le,-t o of u ntic its ,b,3" 'Me t y the n teofa ts of p A cmreofn a o e- oav herr hmant lb m ua, ou5 n p l oi engtoes uchCt losf o r f a nd V i ,e h _| ,, M'r ., i llt,,
o fh S o u th o S a otllty S o uvt U n s l. .a d h e shpsmeean ds wit i th e s.e c o dtcltradhe e ced o at Ia e t s, a o clthu edfo r hn m o u.t i i a oa not e a od f o n ti e uo s tio n s ofer t7 do son a d i all 1 'r.4W a 9acn I oh i n "y ouSid Wli t aidL

tates, b thisoureal ys o hfi pboeedincoroaed the whec Unit ,.bed S a lter ed oy insc thiste aty oa r as Utiedntty s b thseodo prebruay aon e t t rousand e3 i rt h"M l sae,143 m le o. 80 961 maytrhiyn digeAmrican pubis foee this aee l,,t appol ordnrai ''" 78 j ^~~p p ~ ij,
rie r shall be e f t n t U ieOd t a ll bo n m vnot exce ved tig ene mil ons of e cidollars. nT o as crodu- til. sam eie e t y,a as nd conier cfu U ACAth.adi arg o g o firy. oub ,i s andedra choltvar, lb The mat ert., l ,.tpry uIr (0aledsfr- so a SS t o e"ta
wit A o foa the crib a. ad nm the aeelme pofrI Tilen'ougReube i ....... p so wh....i... & i h tom e ,ondon paper. ..

'sa mde o rce sithen ,th erli.ne shall -rui f e t h e rta e ne r dfi s amount and p o validity fd those tin thed rm e t. e y.. s i. r fmou a theeIR-Th r th e uweek, as lf bemf theiser, wai d ToanltdD.. adl t ,, 0 w t. T e COR hE Ss cijof u ticnitho a ug,,i -
staiv ouc ,i w. lmi c l ageee spect- s togt 1 th at o : -..r.h. ,aer tone tho ua nd eemeght hny de an d t en ty, ia't ion. -a e-timhis naev oopimoy ewa in .....fo........ .........fo, oya 24410 ope
fin al toe demso oihe s ori c nt h, ab .ti h e d atoe s t a o n id s su io n to L co n sist o f th r e e oC a m. -o nyn t tu bto, r o ... a vi e tl e P e si de -t o f e ap u e doe rnt a rt hri the t o e l l uth. ys e rio u wAi cS T de aef U .in c n d er9 's 'm '- .. .. ... ..
Rth e ite l it men d as tof theaird rallels p e f tnle cihon rs, it ize a softhe d tni ted tpo tat h United States t o l .che same...ogngtf .i..o.. capt aour nof eSan t ivater. and o et te ar tha t. t .by I hu i a ret ac mtl.o e f U, eS tr es ofs / underc ondo Pa-er 4
e crt se s ns A, heea s,~phres uanc e t o f the troodvcpa peio o of desahoh l o e h r (e t, bth sai e ay ic o lanied t t by me u t or l ro ic,] d s far a we eateew hn l 141 1 1 F roem a Lo d -n Papr.
t ,. 5 M the lice, i; ng the aidt parallel l, e tod tie be appointed by the ep ent e o n ne hy and with the .;y.. .- ..- ort on' r ae r od semtint t the v'r ian. Le..d ag hs r th.. Te he ied a or ob ro
iSouth Sea : All the slads m in t ie Sab ie advice and consent of the Senatewhich cor a n IP .e rti ient a -e r con d faor he sa r pi n tr.Ieat Fr ome tae Eaa o l ited crs s a d a tht of Dsad- td w- y ,r re d t notmo atiiom w,
the sa ion Red thuid lan esas rici, d es t hero o missionsihall meet at trn he city of Wasethe igtonh eaion of ou reg a s .o u.an d int huie d wapleian d F o f hndave prEeda oditn e ay ettee ofAou oa pro the B nwoa t erin ni lWe h d ve 4 ain toa they rlpor thoet t wilrow tlen hr ,
til course hium describe to e o t o th e ,Uto tS e and,- Go c nt matei pare o thee beat w o the a t yaoe, an of theeo Id en M, Pt'ndenrt May10 go ndb e ne aratb o frt a rdhena tre csoh nve" e it. a ie n. man w o has ., ,. ,. y the Goenr a' o of be ru i ar
chna dominaions ql tep r ite trelly or ex- r paris a hin e i the nie tactetsf o f t h e United States ,o rr i y-thh-twvainoganras seem and theln At, egw ol l dn w-hhi c ps rytWutihorities
oier' Siatesi; but the use of the wi atersand tie tim o heo t r sh lct ovrea i e,, so lm l end e igea Jh l f ad te.T -on sid et ea t de tyabtoeee mtut n t e oiude d b ertee the e ticle ates ,et ot R o n alsl istaN rewcre o r sei e a co ntin tor thneoertsi en in tho e mo i oy ,.-
ou1bigsujc)6r ihrcse odtes f~ 5 fre anst confir ed in ullevand eac ete iti tertiiatb-ofbs Ctolc illvic urgodfih nmuyr !,tto at riaI .'l' 'ilg.on^ M o aipin; lut,
Av i -t i o n c i fT h e S a b in u t o ti he s e a a n td o f i t l e i on e a n d d e id e u p o n l ice a m o u n t a n d v a l id i t y a et p o s, t ,i v e pu. r s, a n c e o f ti l eth rt we e n t h e f o l l o Ind g rmn de n t be a p o s tu ch, a s u f o l i n V i r ,n F .e .w[id t G Bnt Is h oue h a v e b e e n f a v o rl dbet h a G i b r a litna rr r e
.i.h bis to l Ma es cee .... tirosasu th e. Uh iled gra nt l part iause follfi ng d esrticle rasad osadvic mand cosnt o r otn S natpe ru ct e o J stand ., s a prottyp ,to ,,e aons oa np tho to nee l boner reoldentin .... ," y -

Infle ri ert, t th eoiios ltol oinc ersof a,, i wo sI thoe ,claim s le clu te w led e w this t r ie or i Sy the Pf r a d e n fav r atiyf to e"eot o erall da sadte rri e a 1 eu ierle sa e 4 53 fe e d 180 48 shoul w d ber i> a u i' iri llend
ethe n of the d States s undar on their recei veonsabov eme tioned. t a o 'P Ja n coam e sai tret, Edi teory o l tatse. M aCwaisth to e osli c' any haCOb nt e o bf t heae .olo rar r ed ae, 2 9 d at .e. w 3.0h 5 .h. a hslelate mn the uaMdh in donr suya
ti i p'i'l' iir. ,ba'-l, l o to t e jre octivet ,, he sai d, C-mmis.ionrssh.e san a e foe set 'Vargas, bei g annu ne d by Stl,,ieor, .. ..[,I "i fe in Im Inn i.abians o 6-0 ,la..ci-te itin t mother c oun ry !)

ize s tof a "the Uited Statesai orf1 inwi ch his tplaced tm a t teolie d a t e S t "c tg be n ,t r a G ee al Bol tia r ad se n n S t. M a e i ,,mg r ;lie'luibli... It ill .ie wy'-r I ;; n.,kic,. Ii ,nl.

said 7 l ie~ta Oficr ayd "roso-i a h- sh~.cv1 tl Pery Yh PP ih O, .. ... ..d.. for S.. .. 4e acom ane b "o"oor euy 1 6^ 1^ S" "e and as fa a wnhvohrd, r^""rss'sreed^ L1
Thereby two e toihis CatolicMajesy aree h tythear paigranetstas a foree t at id, remain bylthe ao Gienr taofdteeCorombhian gohgce mtn of hosensquad w e a r a paifi dation the ho ,n.. little5da aehs frombe 7De d e -pret tht.e ii;^ ;; frestatl Dec. .e et !,
. c edand e foievr,-all their rights, clapi s, ad. reischa rge othei Urinites ; at, d"in e the r of the ... ou .... L ord on e isand itvlid; h t -neithe rn ed W e an ife sted b etoweeniampin g the faneBto3doJan ary e b. 9gian. in(1-'n a ed dE to pasBL u e have wh,ch a-
pretensions, to thew territories desnc r e s th e e- oth e o enatie s l anothderCo mi thsioneri diviual e .t he ,,d ep, e ot hen hep othera n sot fasam, the no u rne ofee i, bwthich ^ -'. | o "vee wit 'a gente.a ha l "ermtandtes be s6.isac'o. to th loyer nd *h,1
raumeupauses on lts projects, listens to its foes, pu rl accas ooat O, 2 ; Gi t yquall do.u 13 ; X T X1 E C yrT E
south linetheatbis edosayri1bted United;Satd.n ies such C mi~s stead. T heis paid c em aissioerssupplid m yhv ttleb -.^ .or i.nt. er est' s througwih moegrherae yu dslae. themi i c1an2 me .e 1- .l mloe, .qh rctetale~inwllb gvt
manner hf tCe atihoicsation oedes t tyo -sai a oind tmhen otan aeoreail ee o r of the av ithemsd .es of.the fo t.. sa idweran ha v e eacrmed tain sten .iece. b suspen di g Boat now buldig, w ic .0 bw'y cofrt ovn,2 h *,usio ,. ; ,r a
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s ion s, toif p tle b o o ra sn t y oa-estdies, | Jhe Spaniond on t-e a e C ai T rE ian r s ofi.;e st abli shm nt Bt l
territoriesGien alyingd westtnta-ridt ofltto- g1,eatavn ; t1 3a1 6, n n dsm al eal p r el;ar ; neka, g estrsad el-ae fe o' u
sors,~c rnu csalcant th sadtrto e S h olfutile Senatesuh o cumenothrC m is io erIraind ehucsai- [ ati..... .... be understsootdthc oe n lngraoosnne . ... ..... an t9 ,a )I hih an

h-t:- M'1'e^, tio ....... co siones o' ohiie oommissione for gths be, al B the one aeosan et utfuanit3. .,g been f, d a te snar 7 oa d ,;A little ro.abee, 6 a feat0 ond an riotb v s e istownheomu'y, relsterain (he,
Anirt. stCatho lc M esty cap itedes to r epacid an, j tmnot of otheas.an clamin eanc ing Jto thCe very, mSne uo, .....esecpres f withe p awo dessel d in co pand e, ols omb in sb aennr deraspayed. foeet7 ater .o w, fu _. .' n.il, lt at Giis owic e P r e,-,o i' i,
Ianied Stopacethe;; llnhis arigh s, whim hshan ld p eti- prn cils Lidiet v-fnti nad I('uu~'s~no) a ,- ," rvt rt e a: ared oullat-)in hidnosa ,oes w a,-,,.t1,oaIS;aep ero, ,16c, u'~ ca a ge e rta r
*at qu helmt o ohnain' ec f estionurlatives oo the traid clbimseand tohe tw hndscl ed Nvto> mye s. c aret.sea], a cou!- venge ancele, iabndt twevolen tc nsiderspending a 17 ta ~~l~ sdo '" i s oevry at ftheir tdonestsa ,ay il
t h o t a a t Ih a a p m t e m~ p a t i e s" o f 7 n dthO e o e r p a n i s ho"v;rth e nttd"to u A i d Werl y t l ne r w ritte e n a m yt eo rt i e u ta r f ieu v d o u. s s c o ten b e n t o n h ae a S ti m- u l a t e d t he,!o fc a r ce-;, a v o in. p W h i' e I. .. .. ..2 6t; (- W a nrti 4 p r e ned"l s~- l, s e a' *me n-, m al.. .. . .. .,, r,
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.them ; and the UitStaes shall furniste At. 13. Both contracting pariaOs, wishing And whereas the said rtifieations, on the sight of the island over since. e.now u;Ildoer- loaded, and go at the rate of 9 miles an hour.j. B wood & Hn,,Bpt, ,..wl,,rbatll. il.t>i.,.n, E.So,,I ;,
transports and escort necessary to, convey the to favor their mutual commerce, by ttllordimr part of the United States, and of his Catholic stand that it was the Patriot armed vessel Duol- it I,, expected she will commence runninCg ."ioKbyA11;&More'.,,I
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Spanish officers arid troops, and,their baggage, in their ports every necessary assistance to Majesty, have been this day duly. exchanimged, at phin that was in company with the privateer, about the middle of April next. What a cont- p,.rtty J- nreck ; Ian,,rs. Alie.; Widsor 'y T.
fto the Havana their respective merchant vessels, have agreed, Washington, by JouPQ.-lNcv ADAMs, Secretary and not a French schooner as we mentioned ; venienbe this will 'Je to thie inhabitants within Le urett f;: or tlMwprlirt. by Huba'd & Spali,,ng;
ai". ... I. e U tta ha veeh .me ] ,v/idd~vvbtryby Asnker & A newsier -A; Allrey b) G. vi,
Art. 8. Allthe grants of land made before that the sailors who shall desert from their ves- of State of the United States, and by General but we were. correct in stating that a 1rench he vicinity of Shuylkill. Maell.tsd S D .
the 24th of January, 1818, by hi Catholic Maj- sels in the ports ofthe other, shall be arrested Don.FAltSczsco Dionisio VIVEs, Eivoy Ex- vessel lid been detained at the same time with .-----. ni g & Co. and l. LDvferi STon; 'Uiia. by >'-
aetv, or by his 'lawful authorities in the said and' delivered up, at the instance of the consul, tradrdiri:irv and Minister Plenipotentiary of his the American schooner, owned in Martinique, ", f "lineas 1d l- on, by J. Friny, .,,. TFo,,,ll,>- we;
iteirtQries; qeded.by Majesty to the United who shall prove, nevertheless, that the deser- >..,1 ill.: M!;esty: Now, therefore, to the end and commanded by John Jerome. These two In the Ioue of NewYork, the akil by crosw re; rid r
States, shall be ratified and confime to the tears belonged t o the' vessels that claim them, ti a ,tth. -.;..'treaty may lie obeLrved and per- vessels it seems dwereboth condemned in Puar bill for calling ua Coaventian to amend the .as." mn; W .'nor,, 2; ,o l -
persons in possession of the lands, to the same exhibiting the document that is customaiy'in I:.. eIJ wILt, good faith, on the fat "of the to Catello, and the Dulphin has been dispaltch- Constltution, w'a ordered to errgros e r at, ske.w. Vthoa; Iw: t, We i,,;o,,.
extitatat thisame grants would be valid, if their nation ; that is to say, the AmeriUan con- United States 1 have caused the premises to be ed heace, for a copy of telir condenuation, a t0imd reading. Aug s2 awirey