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: February 1, 1837
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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System ID: UF00073193:00006
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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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O1jARk IIt3M9IR &'LILLIZ, Printers.
AJV'T e 1Cker, d~p.;ewtoqrxker Reuben iaq
Ma on, _ir~BMaias ?~r .f.-ilaE,& hait4,
Jolirnal ottir)ew er)o-Oinj. L9: Ri4ey.OMirh l,
S. C. -S.4J. Paa~muvto. Cbidcanai. Uhu.

SiauTiAT, 'Jan. 28.--Messrs Cusbing, Greenwood,
SSage, Gurney, Handy, Hancock, anditvolgston,-were
joined, on the part bf the'Senate, to the committee ap.
S einted to determine the compensation of die member
of tihe Legislaturifor the present pofitieat* ear.
Order of notice passed o-b th petitions of JamesC.
Done, the-Prprietorsof Maiden Bridge, and the -ftbr
pietors of Middlsex dBridge. -
"Q:i motion of MLfr LaWrence .it was ordered, that' the
Co"nmitt.e on Education inquire"into:the expediency of
empQweAnrtg the Prudential Committee of School' Dis-
trick to d ainiss School Teacheri i* hteir employment,
wrhk found incompetentto tiaeh, or manage a school
and for other good -cause; also,-;to dismiss from 'the
school all refrctory scholars. .,
A .:,biH to incorporate the' Weymouth Iron Compny,
and "a bill to increase the capital of the Fulton .Basz .,
were rp4tdad pissesd to second readingL
The bll to incorporate the Central Monsfactrturi1
Company passed to be eIgrouade, ,
The bill regulating theauml .Ober TOveiero tfite
Poor, was read a &sondtime,.and reeqtiS. "
The Hill in' addition to an act to.estaifli the City
Bank, passed to third leading;.
The bill to increase the capital of th6e -B ton and
Lowell Rail Road Corporatioh, "was read a third time .
and.on motion of Mr. Whitmarsh, th quiestiorn on pUas-
ing it to be engrossed, was ordered to be aken. by yens
and nays. The bill, on motion of Mr. Oliver, was sub-
S seneatl.y laid-on the table.'
The fifth Anniual Report of the Boston andh i6vi-
den.e Rail Road Corporation was presented and coming
mitted -. Adjourned.
MO*DA TIJA, 30.-A 'petition of Thomas Bowier-
balk, t ibe released from certain settling duties, was
A billto inooporate the "Warren street Chapel Re.
ligious and Scientific Association, was reported, and
passed to a second reading.
A- bill providing'for e appointment of Bank Com-
nseioners, and prescribing their powers and duties,
was repprle~~Jaid on the table, and ordered to be print-
from the special joint committee on
l etiaon orthe Trustees of Amherst College, sub-
Simnltted- detailed Report. thereon, accompanied with a
Resolve to aid said Inititution,- which were laid'on the
table, and orderedto'b9 printed.
A petition of Leonard Hodges and others, for incor-
poration bf--Mutual Fire Insurance Company in the
County of Norfolk, was presented and committed.
The bill in addition to an act to establish the City
Barik in Lowell, was ead a third time, and laid on the
table. Adjourned-
SATiURDAY, JAN. 28.-The following petitions were
presented and committed:- ..
Of Joseph L. Reynolds and others, to be incorporate#
for the purpose of manufacturing cotton and woollen
goods ;--of Isaac Sprague and others, for the establish-
ment of a Bank in Medford;-of the President and
Directors of the 'Manufacturers'- Insurance Company,
fot a renewal of their charter, and an. increase of capital.
A peiion 4qVLJfirrltes Reedtand others, of Windsor,
ayi thi Apifo u ofCorrpctionn may be eablished
in. onnexin .with.A rma, s.ach Conrity; for-the aq-
Scommedation aof s, 'ks presented, andreferred
to Messrs. Whippll e, Brown of Windsor,
Mead of LoweM. Dlkfi ontague7 Butterfield
ef Tyngsboro' iten ,w:,1i. 1 hermnm ofYar--
m OUth;. ,;. -. :. "''' :
nwemorial of 4Charles W. Gteeni nddthers,ofRox-
bury, in aid of'ar memorial of 4t14 egl voters of that
t6wn, was presented and ce ith.M" .
Mr. Manstir, of Lowell, announced to the 'Hluse tie
*eaSe of0 o o6 f his colleagues,. $aeisl 'Vl'Wllard, Esq.
q died~inrintki .Yes.te imorji g; and theirupon
it was uuaniasoui7d, ; ....
fesoltved, Tiit"tthis Hoube 'Mcve heavW- *w -ith d
regret iute[igenc^ tQ. Uie d~ith S member thereof iimai the ity of, bo owell ; itr thatA .
ego of this esolaoion Be tfaisuiiited by the 8*1ker io
t r iniir ofthe deceased, as a testimony ofthe aepecL
of !.i a ose for his memory^,,A asrthar syiapthtf.-
with hisafllkited-relatives. : '"
The, bill to'iticorp6otte the Ccnihfay Mafit acturiMi
Company, passed to be engrossed, as amended'in anew
draft. .... .. -
Bils,'toinp*ase th capital stdck of thie Boott Cotto
Miislft.l Hem Manuctimring Company, and,the
Metrti tufacturing, Company; to exztetd the"
tame ip the capitiof the .PacketJsurance
Conrif o0 incorporate the.,Lafayette tFeitnd Ma-
imne o urawq Coipany; and to iccrpe!AtniW State
Mu tii' ireBurance Comrnpany ,--se veray passed :to
a third, reading. ;'
-Mr Lreavitt,. of 'BostoS,)'u ^i^ an jordr, fofhthe
ascertaining wlat, suam vrold'enable the State toas-:
sume6 and complete the'Bunker Hill M6nume'tt' ahnd
the question beieag staed, the order asms.ejeted.' "\
-TbIh'nouse, in conimittee of the whole, dgaiaintook tp
the 'bill concerning the deposite of the -Surpfaif:Reve.
ane; and after some time spent in the discussion thlee-
of, the committee rose;' reported progress,and obtained
'e ve to sit aai on Monday next, at 12 o'clock, M.
SThe foflowlhg'Medsae WBr received fr the 36v-'
ernor, viz;-, :;' .-..
Tb then-Sm&,and' Houiaf IftteiIse1htafivesi,;j '' '
'I transmnit; foi. die informatioptil 't'te two Houses,
copies of the Report of the Commissioners of the Dis-
trteict of Marhpee, of the ats(e of thet i-y,pr nd ofthe
affairs' of aaid district; and also copies of the happortion-
ment of the income of the Massachusetts School Fund,
fi,the. paLt Syeai. Warrant has passed infrvotof.thn-
several cities,towns and distrietsin the Cnarmon wealth
for tlefm.' espective shares of the aforesaid income. -
Te .Tih sage, witl' the act jp.ainyhig ^,o..cme4.
wereriid&on the tabhiandoqerdeed to be printed, : i. :

Mr l .aitou4l of Gloucester, presented. the First An-
aia3l Repoir~of the Western .ail Road A-opoation.--
jieleared to -the Committee on Railways and Canalh,
with instvMctionsto cause the same to be-printed.--
Sent- ufrrcor ciCurrence.. .
VoDMALTy#JAiw.30.--'rhe followin6f pt'iotns Were pre-.
.sened atid' riijed -: .' .. .
'Of the towns o jWelfleet and Tivrb,:prayin.g the es-.
inblishment of the- dividing lin.- betewn "tliem8---f
OGhiar es :F id.ter an1'oth.frfs. for a ehahge of the name of
* the New Church Society of Charlestown ;-,-of Phineas
, Fisk, for aid in repairing a ,ieetiug aouse in -the,'D'is-
trict 4)f Marslipee ,-._of'N. P. Ames and others, for tlte
.statblishment of a Bank iin Cabotsvlle, in Springfield ;
-of Samuel Annable and 39others':in aid of petition
ofRM Kel HoOgg aSd'others;-of' Edward Glover
a.9.-o taii, for incorporation .ndtutboorty to'construct
a rot 4int build a-tbi-ialge ever Neponset river;-of
Jaines Aesiauder ani&roihers,'of, Worcester, for: incor-
poraii in-fr;-religious purposes;-of Thorhas Bottomlyo
- and oth'ers,jon he subject of the license law ;-of sun-


64, '1,0C AATRIBUS"TPaUa fzog4.'
oXQnAY MORNI-N, JANUiARY 30, 183sa.
,,Engl h B tnkD.-We publiishedin our last paper from
the Transcript, an extract of a letter'fromin Manchester,
announcing a great Bank failure at that place.- It ap-
e:aras from a subsequent publication in' the same paper,
that the Bank referred to is the Northern and Central
Bank of England, of the negotiations of which with
the Bank of England, in consequence of the embar-
rassed state of its affairs, repeated notices had been pub-
lidhed in the London papers. Some of these notices
we b di~ rmairked for publication, but they have been ex-
eclded by thepressure of other matters. The follow-
ing, whiah we copy from the Morning Herald, of Dec.
'23, under date of the preceding evening, states, the re-
sult of the final negotiation. It does not appear from
this statement that there was a stoppage of payment,
or tha4 thecreditors of the Bank were likely to sustain
any loss. -
, The chief topic of conversation here today has re-
:ferred to the determination of the Bank of England with
regard to the accrnmmodation which -thatCortporation
had determined to afford to the Northern and Central
.Bank of England, and terms opon which that accom-
.modation would be afforded'. The notice of a Mornifgt-
-'ontllhpwuraCtl t- s tlleet, theuighl, perhaps, in the
main correct, w9 essentially the contrary, and pre-
mature, since we are given to understand that theBank
of England Dire'etibohad'not made their final determi.
'Iation until this afternoon, when they are said to have
re eeivedtheassigunaent ofthe deed of settlement, which
will 'give: them 'a, power to recover any defalcations
against the whole of the present roprietary. It is said-
tat "the' Northern and b central Bank has incurred lia-
bilitieso in the shape of over-drawn accounts, to the
amount- of one million, and that they have advanced
money- on bills to the amount of half a million. We
now learn that the Bank of England have resolved to
support that establiliment until the concern it positive-
ly wonnd up. 'The guarantee of the Bank of England
is enormous; and should the Northern and Central
Bank fail in-redeeming their new obligation, the conse-
.quonces to the proprietary will be inevitably severe,
We, however, understand, that the Bank Direction
have full confidence that the representations of the Nor-
thern and, Central Bank of England Direction arejgar-
ect, and that there is vere little doubt but that the Bk
of England is fully justified in the present'decisio
It must be borne in mind that the absorption of ornmil.
lion of money,or rather its mock representative, for the
purposeofosupportinigan ill-conducted banking establish-
ment- however temporary the operation may be; is de-
serving of much'consideration. That the Bank of Eng-
land Direction are, as regards themselves, correct, there
can be no doubt-wthey. have secured themselves from
the. effect of a monetary panic; but it becomes a se-
rious questionwhetber the running off and sudden clos-
ing of the numerous accounts open between the Nor-
thern-ra-d Central Bank ofEngland and their customers
will not recoil upon the Bank of England Direction,
who have i, this instance but doenetheir duty. We unu
derstand that the utmost anxiety prevailed in Man-
chester with reference to the negotiations between the
Bank of England and the Northern and Central Bank
of England. We have now no doubt but that much of
that-late anxiety will be dissipated, and that confidence
will be at any rate temporarily. restored. Tb effect/real
good the Bank must effectually carry out the good work
they, have commenced.
From Chili and Peru.--Letters from Buenos Ayres to
Nov 4, received in this city via H avana, state that infqr-
mation reached there from Chili,that hostilities had actu-
ally commenced between Peru and Chili, and had been
officially communicated by the British'minister to the
merchants at Buenos Ayres.
A letter from Payta, received in this city some time
since, stated that the Chilian bringof war Achilles, had
been into the harbor of Callao,and captured three or four
i Peruvian vessels.
Mr. Derius,the master of a French merchaiit vessel,
has written to-the Geographical Society at. Paris, that
he' hl b disco' 'ed in the Archipelago of the Society,
Isl ads, a asi-s Wisland twelve miles in extent, which.
JAeheelieve.;~i ne#erlieen named- .t. or"as a r ex-
trtemity.smin21-0 59' South lat. and 138 32' East long.
|probably from Paris. It was low, well wooded toward
,the centre,. and at the, northern and southwestern ex-
tremitiei'furinised iwit '.cocoa trees. No traes .of in-.
,habitants were found.'
A letter from Swan river states that they had had an
abundant harvest, an coniderde bly iore than.a pUP'ply
for the' consumtin of the inhabitants. The quality of

* ,: rlTlhoetdonti Cburier in describing some ofthe acci-,
deattt.s owioned y the gale oafov-. 29, states hat the
,spop of war, Serpent, was'dismasted while lying' at'ari-
Ohor in port. fii: sta: tted; to e t he first accident of
;tbe. soft'ilich afc^Iji happ' ipa &natQfwarilh .the
last forty yern-. -.*, .. *-i .* "
JIt is timp tht prince Jlouris .BonBparte ba4 en`flted
:his arrival in this country. He sailed fromarii-fbrkt
on the s.t of November, i ,tte frigate Andromeda,
which wasptowed out ;of the arbdur by .tbe t tesamer
Tartar., A great crowd w'tsibllecte' to witness Her-

departure. She wam t(t of.sight-by 5aokeeko. A French
paper pub ifhe tiet f orTwin l tteradiet edkiiy Louis
Bonapafite-to s mother.0 ..; "J. ;.-- .;.. ,
"Mly ,dar Mother,7-f recognize al ouq'-u ideCes
for me in ti e step which you ,hve. twei. ;:you,have,
thought of the danger which Ithave- incurred, but not
,of rhy'honor, which Ocbiniels me tdo share the 'ate ofnmy
cbmpanibns 'in misforttine. I have felt the keenest re.,
goet.attbeing obliged- to abandon' those whom I had
hurried to their ruin, when my presence and m- evi-
dence might have inftoenced thie -ury in theij tKbor
, have written to the.King to .enhtreat him to 10ook o
them with indulgence. This is, the only favor which I
can regard as of any value. I, am on the point of sailing
foi America; but, my 'dear mother, urldss you wish to,
augment my sorrow, 1 implore you hotto follow me.
The idea of compelling rmymother to participate in my
exile4rom Etdroue would 'be, an indellible stigma on my
tbe", ind a source of 'keen. regret to my l4rl. I shall
doinh America what Aohillej Mura) hagdoie-,r1 shall
create an existence for myself. I -,utAt have a new in-
terdet to be able to find pleasure in tIh.W ntry'. .bog
ofoix,,dear mother, to see tnhath^pjj~ts (f: tras.
baNtRwatt nothing. .Take care of Co. Vaudrey~ -two
ootywho are in Paris with their "bather. I should
submit with resignation to my fate could I be certain
that the lives ofmy companions in misfortune would be
spared.; but the idea of having the death of brave sol-
diers on my conscience inflicts upon -'me a paing, the
bitterness of Which I shall feel"'di ever. Adieu, rhy,
dear mother; receive my thanks for all the marks of
tenderness you have bes owed on me. Return to
r -. __- A


twor.three it is said rwere'wkilled. Amond tobe en" o in f 1 'e fiimng were commenfed.
.ixau-'ww 'iiamn were-.wun te negroes. Ut those lu ,e Betl a-d ^-dored ti be enigross ThoSen- -t -_ :fl ,the faed ng mn o-_ c._ .... L
or. ... .n tfiee ~ore- .x ... : .. faefecaved-,ea whIhfortina | sredoy
uegroes tak s, is Primus, who belongedu to the unmortu. ate then f ....i. < "* -i fracinf e to" caved ts aper ourena se eaved f >$he
ow Rar; killed last:winter, attihe same time with r- In the House exprepronifttihe uor Me b i-.l, fr, to ,ta o and paih, wo p otet roh cnavit Above the-
General Tompson. the committee on Iorai'n efa.atioesreported a.i!lrel, casvl e eert surface of tahe gaving t -b oib-u
'or..... flat- -. ... .p -4ztwlve feet;t tis sPa e w prqected .4 urb o-jm.
red,, i o Wghin ton the seabo a tive to disqriminating 4s on Dutch and B iUg at her-aledd iniia square, tPor on tal, lyw ,
Se i & e e .- ..essels, which'w r. ,_i.ead,i-nd ord red to be en- nsec sue p dtions w
n jsA'reMeivrt V tieE SOTar 0 mpe f rom M aor G ib H eri T h d be eneralh.- r
5^tl~t Tn 'i Jia 1,1837, j grosae&. SBellna resuwoe& ia, xan ary A msa his-bill to' when. who cou lh e m an d
Wh ramax r t it 10 P Square th sufferin
to the f6rce t ,ip l m 'd rifi r i other ian sre-ee ifreeom e esdWcniwassolsi n sun-r m- av oe oar omposwere for ,ied inid, .t buhe,
S rio r, i'fb' c p ies of Areillery-, and Six ofthe t errupted' by the expration ofhe haour.. The bill to twunb, apd plced to protect cavity mide by the.

yeseray ad ro~h~ te ep rts ano Brigade tGe- : .*_ ..._ .. toQ b, ;iceqed tn)her:ock.' Heq told cvtye~obg,ote
second Miegment cof ngDgons, amounting to five hund- iapge .the title of certain officers' of the na&y, Was wo aq -kaEvery sotaleed frame having ro e mae-a.
red, besdes one bondurerecrup!'ll f rom the seaboard, f r a a 'third time and Aosd "n .-The o bill'n and enloedslroppl ine ide oth e o above, the worr
ofWale.ef'ore. thisL date. mea "g.eW, Wen till.
mieust have rea Ad the opeath o T HE'&hredeporsb te a ti.'. r en f i t h*- men son iberjy te t o .eich ir waped that.mt was impo si,
HE l" 'a4 the third time ann o t it 1&eqgfn.. 7 .. '" =''' 'A .
HE.AD QUA tTrRs, AaMxe SOTH. ? 1 ... and"deli-" '-sble to dig g fartier.'This plan hdtnad tobeabandone.,
re pr in cpa Tampa o Uay-n, Jan. 1, 187, r the, Sadn o ray, January7,A, MS8ge when the. e d i re about wur fet rom the me an4 head.
The principal hadAchiefof the regiment ofh lian -was' reeeivedfom the- Presideant,enclosing a;survey Havlg;begome 'more composed in hiad nd, the buried-
warriors in the serve of the United States cae ,ind .in tI. to- artlo e t of'the harbyu tp6f'tirunwiw ot man tdgan.to give directiqnspto his trinexs above how.
yesterday, and. broostI the reportS fro Brigadier Gen- p. .reent ed. a ro Th .a t oceed i l eir-wortj. eigtold themuto bege gonthe
n- 'p mr a resenteda meiborit from thetqpce a, #uwr''l:.odhmobgiante
eral Arminstead, comtnding on the Withlacooclie' and ieg. (tr Ia ,, Pe, oi surface of the- goupd six feet distant from the first
Major Morris com),itdipg the Inadian force. Occupied tizens-of Washington, who are members, of the Coloni- cur, an take out all the earth from the space that.
as every one abo st me f in active preparation for the tion Society, pnrayin-g for an act of incorporation and enclosed it to the atamy ; then to sink that curb Atround'
field, I cannot sertdcopies ofthe reports; but no Indians -wvet a teferenceof it to the Committee on the De- the tmbenuthat en osef4him,aoer thi oomf mp fa smon
were found in that part of the country, and all the in- of whi-h .rs. Of" dig g ing wells, ;esaid the s-caved sand anq gravel
formratin high I have been able to obtain, leads meto .Lt f Clumbia. Some e ate arose, wacould'te be remov4areilely, and that he mig be

tev 'er tg, a tmon the bo dyte r and thu a r o s h t '^ r~l~ o h om it eo i a c e o td fo e t h ept 01 tw o i and a ha ~ d4 Thism
the 'eiof,"tat the bodr of thane nation are south and iught to a close byau motion to -lay the petition on the liberatedl-bg-notbefore ,o ofthenext da 1., Th
southeast. 'the. troops' t n the interior are actively e'n- table, which was agreed to by a vote-of 24 to 12. The- Was $btt" d'ok atnight Tho upon the found
andad .o shall Ijoin them immeditely. commodore .M4itst dtr dew foretheir cland m 'd r Lyona id wokng in th,. e o iteoot lre
Dallas haissent sixty sailors to garrison Fort Foster, M. 1-- ane a r. ..'.- it appeare4.,- Picks and shovels were collec.;4e
twenty-five miles east of this place. He despatched ae drew No 2, andMr. Norvetl No 3.l yhe Vit Pressen.short tame, a sba ellv ent occ the herculean taskof
garrison yesterday to Fort Cr and has promised a ga 'aelie thathe s.hquh vacate the chair on the fol- breaking up a frozen s urface.fhirty feet i diameter,
garrison for this place. T 1i1s wilt-'ncrease the active i&,sng-a". -- with the little exce-piioz-,pf the space occupied in the
force for. the field. Thier is so much sickness, how- ,,._ te .. centre by the cur emmernced. The groun4i as.
e~ei',' among the volunteers and regular troops, that r. i f. tohonCo re.tePon frozen to the depth o two ahoa'halffeet. As m'ay
f o a bill for te reduction o the revenue, entitled an act d \ h groun as could work and
11- ll liot Kave more than nine :hincfred or a thousand _,:.,: .. m wre, plm.i pn hg'd ],
of them altogether for active service, and at least a to alterasdn" amend the several acts, imposig. dutes on 'for the first hour.po0thingeeeed to be dose, It was
hundred of them wij1 be ,rquired for convoys. The imports, wlicnhwaa read -twice, and made the special likeworkingin stn Aircleoflittle .... not larger.
Indians are entirely. broken Mdown, most of them. are r.. dy ... .... .. -than'a hat, wasall that te most actve p ha



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rems.--We learn through the express of the Ne* W. committed. An'al ^ -atinthenh ,t
York Courier and Enquirer, that at a late hour A-. TIT Dy 0 G -coe rrespondent fthe Batinf w iiAm iemjae the fol.
Thursday,. the President sent to the House of RepreseA., .. lowing notice. i ;
tatives a Message, transmitting a report from the Secre' l.Wihfessos.-A bill has been, reported toahe Legisla- Mr. 3arvis moved to take ie bi lleW oi vde ot-
tary of State, on the' subject of the relations with Mex' ture, providing hat no person appearing a i witness the ehlistinent of boys im-th e naval ertvI .df Un'te
co, and documents containing further information in courts of justice in this State, shall be' qestioned as ts.. .
"a i`&11 opespict. Bel vpo e d it,- an it would encroi't-on thO
tive to the political condition of Texas BeforeA ..,o his religious 'belief; and 1hat no evidence shall be very brief ad read y cons..e l-w ?*.c
proeeedings were had on the communicationthe received touching the same. 'The question involved in, w6Id have fori the purpose of eonclu is mak
-adjourned : this bill, which is at vaianc* with- the well known m support of his notion fore to inttod a bill t
secure the freedom ofelectifns.
\Santa 4nn.-Gen. Santa Ana left Washingtoi -p ni" fleioftheommoitwd hsikysbeenbroughe t
Thursday-morning, accompanied by his -Aid, CI o into Fq uent disc ion. W inr e of.abttenti-n of hcimirtane ^ that e comme ofthe e
Almonte, and Capf. Tatnal "of.the U. S. Navy, for B, the reader to an able article on this subjectcommenced suffermg, in consequence of the dwilculty o(procuring
timore, and there embarked on the same day at tre today's paper, in jfeply to anrargument'in a lts pe- seamen ir. the naial service. The hentIemvn from
o'clock, iithe steamboat for Norfolk. It was;aidlicat in thiat no practical obd that it would tib iserYed
.he would embark immediately en his arrivalat:NoM lii, bo rre to provides lo that any pe r-o rqtify his erii al feeli,
on board one of the government vessels there,' and "n WJo $jec8t to being .worn shall e allowed to a4 'This isfaseB, exclaimed M. Bell. ..
'for Veia Cruz. Thins'ove will probably enable hipt~ i ithe i.aaatief provided fi aker, Mr. Jarviss nodded igkifrsytiV, i ch M ll- re-
arrive in Mexico before the -expiration of the term f ,, The C.rl .iver 2ib' e a .,e-eTh armenat of r. Jarvis insinuated th&the .heu4l proeute the
.lis presidency. -, :' l-this eas ir.!&i prameaCurAt .t he United i4"tr n fuo rther in the, "1, %
JYew York Judiciary.-The Juidiciary Committee! .was eloed'for the iD*hdants bie4tror byMr.i DaviaiBr Mr. r.M eiCereierT oaterposed in erd to'proif; Mdi tual
the New York Legislature has reported .a resolute 7; Tuesdayy, and he was w followed ''Mr: Wete r, wo T e;,r t he ., .; ,, ..
for an amendment of the Constitution, by, which tw mada the cosinggmnl firthe i in*Error. :1 ,iarep ne Ay e
.additional judges of the Supreme Court shall be ap 1ie continued hia argument on Wedew da e F iemen
pointed, and-pbwer shall be given to'the lgislaturq ised itonPThurdaty..- : '. d-that thedispute wan stilt ig <*L. ratig the
re rgqnize th9 Court of Chancery. I I Iid ) tftie / Vi ,ghte^ (re o. thurtat eoetaia.e sub t',G
'The bill tonpealtn.part the law restrainingi.privl 4 tonJudge Cranch dissenting, hs .e.doi in-sn1n p at aa__" -e .4
9o4. l eroer, after spmnpfey rqnp.r ri o.vagjAmtoy
banking, has pa"-',tih en ate by an unan'imols ote. W of -tiehard White, th there hall.b a ;new ,triaf1,t animoved that a l 4fhe tw
An amendment popi ed to authorize an unrestricted erdici given by the second jury being a mpo ie tentl .Lat the difficulty, ai& N.W *
isAue ofriotesof $50a4- pver by individuals or as |a the oewe of.irry Wh ite, thya d a @ : c ,,, ,'t
i -,w, negative by a vote-of24 to 3.- ofj in T er.attN o, PmFes .s ls., WiiW~e of il
.Mr. Savage, the late Chief Justice of New York,who Conjress:.-n the Senate:on 4Wed.ne day, G. nru n- -1Thon, s, eytoaf .I,,
for many years discharged the duties of thatoffiee with' dy, fr~oi the Judiciary Cnommit4e rerpoed a C g,.aw es a pon s s a
Great credit to himself and satisfaction to thepublic, peal pa of the act for the -punishmet oof offences explanations took plaeB d Lhen, on poi ti
and who lately resigned the office on account of theiin- The bil for the settlement of the claim' of hee Execu, Houae adjourned.. :.'. ; ,
sufficiency of the compensation, has accepted the ap-; trix of ftichard W, Meade was discussed. at consider .- .o -i \
pointment of Clerk to the same Court. This is a strik- rble leith, which was finally ordered to. be engrossed. of ne O A vegtare-at--A coreprlmdept ,
ing commentary, o.the.disgraceful parsimony of that A mtion to lay it on the table was previously negs- Odfte of YWaitrgton, relaatan. f7.
State, in rewarding talents, and responsible public ser.- tived-yeas, 19,'nmays22, ahfd the,bill was amended so ,.. r ";:
vices. Their, highest judiciary, offers' are made to as to liit the amount to be adjudged to the estate of co te. before n ; it'n e ec
starve on salaries, which would hardly command the Mr Meade to the sum which would have been award- fr eainatie had iousy te red the a
Y .. he sum which would hafe been award- for ezaminatioli. --Ee had ievnously ieidbed thesm
services of a second rate schoolmaster. ed -d him, pro rata, 'under the treaty of -1819. Te writteii protest of 40 pagc k, -gainst th right to.in-
-Aiorit Ca..rotia.-z-The Legislature of North Carolina biltto restrict the sales of public lands to actual bet-i vestigate his agency for the ^josite.iksa! amid g.^
has passed ala, in concurrence with South. Carolina, e wa further debated. Before coing Atth os f series ofhsisns, M.ey-
granting bankingprivileges to the South Carolina and- caion the Senate went into Executive session, and ton inquired ff he hadn't applied for and been refused
Cincinnati Rail Road Company. They have appropri- shtly afterwardsrecessed. hi present appointment by Mr. ecretary Tan He
ated the portion of that. State in the Surplus revenue to In the House of Representatives, Mr.Hprod, elected .refusd to 1 swer thi au ell .as te-thter caution
the support of education and internal improvements. to.fi ll -the vacancy occasioned by the death of Mr. berd Whio adikl had y' tated iohatlo three Hser which
T Wa in Fori -hefolow is the latent i. ; trd, appeared and took bhisseat, In the call of be, M W, had subseaenitly declared to. be a false-
T ..ar o following is the latest tes for the presentation of resolutions, the 'State of hood, the proof pfwhi 'then and now he challenged.
telligence which we have of the operations of the Se- Tnnessee being, called, Mr. Bell offered the motion of Mr. Peyton, irritated, drew a pistol, said*ie was
minole War. scoundrel, but aspedrevnOfrmteaing-hiim, Wi
mwfole ich he had previously given notice, for 'leave to in- pele t inted frtig im'w i
CHARLESTON, Jan. 20.-Mor'e Trops-for F!orida.- .,1 s = violence. 'he Commlttee ordered Whitney to wth-
Che _tRLEaSTe o Jang____. M ore Toopsfor 'orta.-. tioduce a bill to secure the freedom of elections., Be- draw-; he did so. After which the Commitiee passed
The steamers Congaree,Capt. Ham, from GeorgetownA.te. ichthe Cg. .ittee. d a
and Etiwvan Capt. Sassard, from Columbia, arrived at fte making his remarks in support of the motion he unanimous vot e of censure upon him. He wae then
this port yesterday, having on board five Companies o aiked that the bill might be read for the inf9fmatioir of recalled, and made an humble apology, expressing his
South Carolina volunteers, destined for Florida, numn tie House, which wa. agreed to. The bill was then reret for havin insulted theme, &e.
..f 296, nncm e .e an ,e t.. hj iwa. .I .- P'bMr Pe to tnolt him to behave hiimself in futre,- for
being 296 non-com nedofces andprivates. -n ad consisting of threesections, and forbids the inter- on the sightest insult further to him,he gavei h'im
JAcKSONvIvLLE, Jan., 12.-Indian sign, are reportedth'g.sinut.rirtohm egv i
to be plenty between Black Creek and Newmansville. 1bence of all officers -.and agents of the government, --notice he would shoot him o4n the spot.
A bodyrof-men under Col. Warren; composed ofde- is electiors, by the contribution of money, the use of
WASHINGTONo January 24:-Today te $ supreme
tachments from the companies of militia of this and rth franking privilb'ie, the at uoff privileges of- of. t he'a sc
Qo.-urt 'wasthe great scene ofattraction ai'thuncapit~il.
the neighboring coutes in the service of te United y threat, under eaty of a fine 4 exceed. r. Webster wasexpected to speak; and atn l
States, have gone to scour that section ofcountry, and a y
to give the Iiadns battle if they can be found. It is g $000, and um(ome cases, -of removal fi office. hour all the seats within and without the bari, except
supposed that there is a body of Indians between Or- Mr. Bell proceeded to address the House in favor' of thdoe occupied. by'the council engaged in th cause,
ane Lake-and, the Ochlawaha. the h until the ex pratii iii; of the hour whe. inder were filled ':h ladies, whosebety and splendid atti
We have nolate news from Gen. Jeaup. That the the anrdersofthe a to., a nd wavn. plumes, gave to the Court room an aimat-
the orders of thmedaY,t 4e $lto proy*,. ri theadcis-
dians considerable force are between n te ed nd bllant appearance, sh as. it seldom wears,
army, is aln ost certain from reports received. i on of theState of Miagao :tto the Union was taken By the bye, this chamber presents just ow, in itself,
The following ,nemnoranda were sent to us b'an of" ..P- The question PiLdinng 'at .thel t adjomtnment ltter look" than ever it did befl're. Aagret deal Pf the
cer of th army, to whom we are indebted or many Bing a demand for t previous question, fth ~motion fu 'n-t is- nw n; theo..^e ae nich and eautfiul
favors for publication, week before last. We regret the. I rdreto bered a -Ti 4 .ha.rse f't e J1u4S obf apatt.rn'unaur-
was sustained, and *t,, bll was ordere4 to be. read a paed for beau and cone
delay of publication. We believe the facts stated a .- .- con.nie e .and the-o.e a:-,
not generally known and therefore we insert them in: third'tme by a vote 6f 140toa 58. It wak thenordeted ointments of-te rooms., i Short, in excelleLt fiaste.
to days :paper. that the t ird eadihg ttgke pl ) m"*noi. Oi the que 4l e .W-ho.le:. CAu .t "was present. iThe ausewas' the
,, I"."-1 ,, -.&,ia...... -e irit Brd, "l4intiin error, versui Wiarret
bieut. Hoberg, an officer attached tothe regiment, lion ootheerlg passage thoe ill it w debatedby ,.1 1.-it*-B4, p.in eo, v u a
of Indians, states, thit Gen. Je p fell in with no hos several 'eni en4 Ali4th M t.,,d -Cuh a .. ,i ad a ..' ery.- poer'u ,
tile Indiap. Apparently, the h l tiles went south im] .'"_" F : -_ n a4 ,1 e em nm er. .
mideiael afer the battle of the 21st Nov. Marks on iquire whether the qvfianhad.-ot been enough de wed hi speech, Wehi generally po
the treesshow that much damage musthave been done b ... ... ..he .... ... ..6o6ly heard k portion 'of It. le w s escrin
in that action. Indians cut the balls out of the trees., previous quests The ll wa stained, te main. ^ earc o,.titeh on sd ",eit a' w"'eacrbi.n
Lieut. Hober e Dade's' battle ground on the 21st qa tio wa itt pa. -r,,:,Xca-ieXfbd s: d o yd r e n y .. odul nt
D ben .-Gen. .Jesup letheday before,leavin # Tjpl arr Pd
D aeler, 3en. jesup ;leabth day before, leanv i 0 'SThe House then t0jourad. have, conveyed a better idea of the places to the mind
D-Goe Sdatue around about 200 repitar .troops and 5W -:-
s and taking --:with him to :, mp Ba, 300 Ala. I the Senate on Thurda Mr DaliAs i ntA1 d'' te ectatrO, than his ptieuresqe dscription di&dt6
bU ians and 10Q regular troops and mariners. While the petition ofA B.A.^ ncy-t e mSlade": f, .-_ A^ ?^^e'ng .-
,absent, Gen. Jesup wll.make anexpedtion to Pease admeove' for iemq r d .; emir3re bti'steam -,'d.sco-.itr.p. li. ,,?th'k ~ivi e ,o.. ein'g ... r. ... V .
Creek; in' which direction; all the-signs irtdi'atatr o veryt, Ner.- .... .tb... iemperatnre. ^^^ .te tior&ouhout t, l~_ish kda. dstr..te.
the hIatile fve gone n su tur ", bors, whic wa comamitteod.: s- M r. rtuay oliered a the attetioni ma aman et to listen I .
Dade's baltte ground in ten days, with a suflicietaddi resolution, prnviding- forth-e -appmntment of apJoint" : -,' Co fo(. Y, Cn/dv.
-ionial forceto make 2,000 in al". committee to ascertain and report' a n'mde of examin- ', r, ent. N Gaz.e d -: ,',
rne,.8^, es st. n 'ifomaio .^: tifying the, personp:.ele.ted. At the .requestof Mr. ne r, was, day belre yesterday, buried alive in awef
On Thirsday of last" weekhe met an express fiz-- Clay, who wished to'- propose an amendmetl:iSt-Was he .was aneai ng iln .ll Thll. Whle ,at work at the
Gen. up bearing orders fo all the wa ons at Black laid over for one di. Thebill for tre adm de eti -^ ... .... ..

Drne, where the army has aor dbere 'tis. 5yon and John Norv.elt,:chosen long ago by- il leg 'ia- He sprang into the bucket .ad .had been drawn b -
-'The hostle Indian/ had riot een-fall.n in with by th" tvre$- the Territory of MinhiaBh a Senaters; oih" ^few feet above the bottom of1he,'pld 'curb whienit was
army: Jim Bo, 0of the Creeks,: has however, been unitedd Sttes. These gentlemen"the ru. i'a he fbot,'utztft;the'tdiber -
suceessful in takn.x st nego..'pi'sones, near t 'worn antopk their seats. The Land Bi ,war.-r-above, loosened bythe, slide, gv way theet
okawah'na-"cheis rs ;n'sai to he-Indn ne.groe their considered, and postponed to the f6o10wng day. of the cureb, p-eased-it itiat the itodnakinga kind.
yrsurped, that the were.cured with only tw The bilU detrignaningthe- rrey whcf'hall be re- butpac enoh r "b 1~h- rom
.A ,-.r ... .. ... .ti'-' tT .: -.n -.- turnfurt spac ave enougin lreaae. ,waim B eed stlaerv
wo .ndedof t.e fteniy. _Cre~eks. '- .._ :.-. icivable in piayments:,t :the Umte. S tAtes,.waw., ken; ',urn front the cavitwr inmwhicnih-was enctsd seven


in this city,'e1 Son Puda e1tr1F.Sr Aaitki
Josepb B. Pqll4, 2O. -
Un Sundav. wile ad usting UMrapparel frabumh u
Ma[2 H i.%o ftiey, 63 -; 1r. WMJ
eat dauglster of Otii Tilemion, Esq. 3 Yep-.
In this-tfty on 6aSKMOOr, Mrs NaX&M, WMWW 04- kftIW
Thu)S Former, 57 2U4.i Gen A, aop OMe
13 rponths ; -5tb*ii9 Aligai, widow oftle mac&Mr :IP ItIMgs.
w s Y o f M i t oiu ,' W ( -: r 40- 3
On Mfondray, Mary Abhy, daughter of Nathl Greenleaf, 91s
SOna Tuesday, Mrs Eleanor Jefferson, formerly wiow do ;R
te"ubaer s of a fevvk. giadeO, 00 y 5 MWmq 'au J14"V
In Charimstown- ML Jona. B. Brigbt, son of the lAte *r- k. W
l3.;atw arie tw1ii', -"
O the eerried aeJ1eoahathe ccoI'1,.biaflotA"I
can teidlite, o'SAved as oittiicn~ t igi sold -"i er 1
a'~,dfnap dlast years efthe w., % ,(Rw;oiatte.
Zn Rpxbur M ois rsrn, youngest *on l'7*a11,
2 jtewwti; Jbia -J ~ iO cihiNd of r
In Balem, Gth, after a very-sPrL, amidih9sl42AinM
Benjamin Hale fie..30, of the firW.ot ives &
lers-.apich re rped.
,i 9tow1 ,Vt. IV, -V r' 0ohb, rO Prmki6' Of SVIO OdkiA.
~ X. 1 Stlir, M~l~a Q.... ~- t.

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yesterday afternoon' to' Wls wifi and e)l1drieua, who
,not been inhourmid of 16i. pdilous pjoafta. .
1'~he greatest prakie i ds"e o a 4isdit gei r
ed frii h borers' who nmi4he d & u pz and'
ibtemittlhg eze;tioDe. A i'h. '.1i,
h*vning. Ao be made in t 4 h (oif
it *os rejec~ttei& t. iNf h4
raepslo.Uw bexe a nkad eo6, to r*r
ceii.rn. &gct were hid feeIngOben ahd be kd
all -the 6th~dri iAi x66Adb Wirnbb, Ihowid tbtad t im
Y 6[ou rrt to have mentiouedl the Lash. I
_oye the qatork4Og
hfinds, ala HOWrr~ d rcteti: IPFUII '11ix f
recruited boe .trgiag& i prte
wise have unuik under t*sinA.odrL641is ,eztk
w'q u9 i0 oaagbat a so o be
w ip oa _ _
V-iqip. DAILV' Aq6V/pLak &!w, pt*riti,.
MakI i AND Abj fi*Aa4 twrjlr pa0A 0.tjde
it is stated that ther*-we"e then, b~iou;geul kb Wm we
isk -Oaeuient, 29 ~getidrdimdid
6486&toos, and'which coot 22,263*z v *
raier, 1-1 than Im AL% tog,-zmid that them. we.wat the
wire weuii,' whichi mewaiv&d36) 8 801 0
bo.Js that *f*e built but not registered; and 46 -WWW
were bwldifl. AllowingAWOtone to each of ie tL"
Jastclassha boat. .((Wddlh la k tkima iAfifg'an the
rmqskeid b=ap vergee, we auvei total brlmaft
inaividuals, bf 5 'boats, mesefting4VOW.u& seb
at ite04%t of A"ia tebwoulr Waqau1ft:o 3
tkm atd'ded,*_~~ol lgrl~i~~~a~~~~;
the,. tdu*t ~lthe~~b r pvuuemit4~ e6 B~, ory d ~ F;f..;
we: haw"mornbe".ayo hen~bm
1109ralrim r-~~u~Lllil,"k~ '~P -
IM, aps lrs 4bow the jairn.iii.zb&t*, Ab '
each, while the American boats are opproebe&.s; 8104o10
age NO tons'.-Th TSM cretasy e ethe 'iTamftrpw 4
re4Prt of. ApriI I 8K,.tate4 ;tb4 af tea ,Vi& OW arklbsh
~emb~, 18%9, dire .were, aii*&i a d*UnktGhH6&a
i ons of steamboat ;* whigk om thm 31st 6 frAd:
eber, 1834, (is appears by the reper~ pesrh Iua
i o fThe lust e6ei dof Co 00 6eu%).dset RU,.
814 *s,-and as 'the boil hce ih dau Bm4
stand ,y\ afrrnmji i an-.injsawiza Mhrtn asir.w
but li"u donbt that.i L il*?rehsat- i;eO duwy qoikp*
150,000 toos, probably three times as many tons'awlm*
iVL Geat Etads,-and wie'00., am -- war @a in OU .&e
nrt of -the world, includipg GveK LBtamua. T&# O!
of the American boats is not gi&seiau manac tub"tr
we have seen, b*awthty are veryt mna=i4*rioE0a
most IresrPcts to* t&e iritMWi -Y we'a Wi
they' shouldnbt have cost aa ta meekY -.:t Io sIts*
beats now in ou in 0ie.Unaif 'S tais i u-Mot h evst-lUP
seven and -ahalfmii~ons oatrhiiog-'eqvWi hirty'ixI
"fslions of 40lars. IL I.L .")" ._` !
Many unworthv'ittempts hae been made o bit'sbA
wiitem to 4eprniri Fulton of fim IIoDng f this gleriwiu
invetioJ-4i briniting lokta& a as. coumpetitore ia W
ho uvotvertwould have been kmwa. to ti;bpub 661i0s
froia theiriadeavois towrest Adn an kabeutibp, as
appiopriltte th*irw `u*Wt a, ot iah"W a t 4 istavtq4.
of modersIU i times in he -Loud1aitor1k. &aewi
Aclaunw de invntiorati ro &r J'i'fv iiqrlI Whobba4;
a century ago, took out a patent f:Ir O*= wbift- U
proposed to b~JM, a deicbrfpima: .~, bhkL, *iU~5-brh~6t
of thieboat, was bubfishea bai hiss, 'BpUr and
book, had, Ib beeafiJrgoe, when a top" .f1t4s
ltrtff wasAb andia efuisn tiwd wpm it iM No &.
v-or,, asf =the i asneh tr bf team b. tA herqM' the
;p nt of hisbokt may be seen in the lataedfitiq ltlwi
Encylopedi aisrfnttca; `indii eeve~M iwupi~Sts1;a-
tionas; R ve..lt'et4ngpe6t#an ofilihi&o, must e*nvhmm~
anr on*dIt wFuitcsi i r-; (if hie h", ever heard 4
and his p tmfhicbtr;*_prwlb&aWyLvfer he;4i A
Io d~Tthi4 fri4 i hmk-, Two Othe*aen~liat.bimm'
brought f*wrdw "a*thesAvejxtora isa al0 '16
ton, bu0 otthen wetiakbfib~m ejSitB
plairf .5p-rojpell1i boats by means of paddl4, f11"tsW
sh well ,oeg: ts~~~a cysr
ctl be their iii*'n-Z blzta C t a bf& C1f et~one 6?'
two fiiials was abandoned as useless. A er -
petitor has been brought t Mwaid r the name of Bell,
a carpenter. this man after luviugen employed so11W
timess" i(ng- id#-ih eadMaeI" !FbtdA's= =VU
United states, returned to Scotlanid an4itidudw bati,
try iwlgph~e ,qrn ~A:~ l~s~le.~r ~ wssbt &*
uteam *n.r built in 0re pu~n WCFS4;
the fr fw hl~ititbltIb 'I
States. u;Bei~~~l~lrw)tV>tidut Lb k'e-~ d hpubag~;~?~~
rtieod uroq4 .c~imJQ9uia irsbn li,~FiS
Captain Hal) ~ ~ mltonss s
claiim to the invmb- u Lebatmieub~gtht6
the '?e8; i~a!~~ia YdB. fi~ft i(ih' bQIgt~et. '-. Usuisai'
en~gises ha nB inveimrahl a~ ~iumUim;ue~r i i,~pC1 W? lagl
in ezrtenpe jrie baefr kiWaq Rt i~tFo1 83~raei
unbis i bI4, ;o ejgsj bYa 055
when F~ulton'la ni~bee' his oh 'l~e
attedipt h4~a~cmig i up labhbpnr!i4hae~lj
-I qe1'v r c hs.I~~BT~rbnf ;*.:

on-the lsinin rivm';uoui1 iuTDeeombt...
derly genuemaA Apn a k kady1 448
-attempting to crPsq pbarone
unioupledI a a.ate B ep
ished on U TbWgeflefh
-Bomirille.H sudlameadecbin reschl~Tqrbi
-he. horses a"M* ft aheqOp Pft.. br1M.
cuin; the body- of4#is dvzxue V04 0
the carriage which fidrif1e 46f& 'the utte
so miichit-exhuii 4and bensmB~d with w= d
init"e It~wttkior tOr *Upeeaxeretiondto presore p
onIJ ~iek. ~J4ie.-~e r pth&%.it~ b~ sea OWe watqr*
-edge the next. "&j ~-t.me ane qv iaavri"g
4an theothei fiozon to d1&A9,.' 'V IskbE
thaft thMir namneswere PC&irW, ~d'tk e hea d Wof'W
kble f~milt'a1Wi'vioin Coil Nec Isei a-iF-bta min
They had beua1 o e' visit to a4 ffiends i uelp.
'lhie' steanlAdbkowa, a on h4.pasake fro6i6' Coluwb
; fiiand was coasozied, 'Ubi 330bbola
of cbtton, on the nflikti of ifie 17th. inq64 C. passr"i
gers were asleep, whwen the fire6' d i; ezlett~ b~t
they escaped wit iasu'r
A l MAl&RZUZt I B ... *.
JIn This city, by the IRev. Mx.a5jitgr. jol?P 1[a1n. p19,




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-1di.. ''' COURT CAL"DAR. jX4t- -*Y No other title would express it real
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'~R. C WRI epotc Boint~Beson 4ily Advertiser. We !051av hsen1o t -ate
-p reme Judicu Coturt : Chief Justice SHAw ave thu. endeavors to anSer the rt inter-
vimm- ---Tu v, Jan. 31.-The Court yhve- Jtenoc H eW. ro atoey which we proposed, viz: Shall oaths be dis.-
"T=" T..... 1-.. -er -- otii ise d w the" for two 4ays ui an interesting case of a contesdse witll....ne in.. howingtht.ifthittheyu no ed arel-
T ZSSt^ o. ..er.a.otes. ,, AnnJones, the testatrix, died about a yer since, and given up in part, they must be,: abandoned entirely .
2M C u m hi n g- o t i m nt t e d t h er f o l o w i n g o r de., w h i c h b e q u e at h e d h e w h o l p r o p e r t y t o h e r t w o d a u g h t e r s b y o n s i d e r i g t e o bj e c t i on u r g e d by t h e w a -
Shis',..otion, was laid on the talte, Via: Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Johnson, leaving to each of her gamnst the law as it now stands in relation to oaths, and
.. ,V 1.. .u 4 a -.e Q -sdiciv y -b Von m-four childresv, o legacy .,of five dollars., e w il en e as
ionstructeno report a bill m akiding. provision for the u i.- w as set aside by the J .ge of Probate, and from that e' d w it i e -
Sisited personal U.ility of te Stockholders in all decision the devices appealed to this Court. The Ifit e true that thought not tobedisensed wit
stocked Ccporstiona,?or all dets or liabilities contacted estate in dispute is situated on Blackstone Street, ad and cannot be removed rom our system ogovernme-t
$Lock. C ,oeporationf {'or a I debts or liab diiies son~ a te d W. I.. Lw i ot essentially m arrin th e "w oe c em th l
or .entered into b~y Maeir~several corporations anri ot about $6,000. 1 ihut'esetal arn h hl ceeto
r enter into b -aeirewseberal corporations, n manner sThe objections tothe- will were, that it was never- there is but one alternative left in favor of any alters-
S irgenwae parties now by law liable mine properly ex ecuted. T, hat, at the time it was signed, tion of the present rule as laid down by your Courtr,
& senpaain Sthi Conaiwealth. c o o e the ti n o s i m i viz nd. -Shall oaths be administered ajike to those who
13 A, 8 t et satix wa ot of a sound disposing m in d a n
'I~ e n A arbelieveibthatsthere ism iaoG od-w ho re w ardsixandspn, d a
.ria q, the 6th DiAision. of the Militia, in con Bn memory; and that it-w s obtained through fraud and, hi erteatuthret s, d to de whoareewailngtdo stand nsp
fllq t"^ Ue .mtn atvlo U> -n with the Houwe.i n B position. ..i- andsolemnlyt eall unon God to wiitness the truth a f
'The bill to i .orp .r"te t he M oa Se ,as wa It pee ems that the testatrix was a very aged person ian s e l c"u o t"e s h t t
Teporbted Without ermt the oa e a, w h. will ws.- made, p. and died soon after. M what they say, when it ii notorious that they do not b-
m + 1 1 W ~ u t g rl l m e t L d P as e t r l ... e e eed e r e t h a t t h e r e i s a G o d ..
ea....g.gB Wikliams, husband oe, one of the dejses, gge li-"e tha-ter issban a God? ..... -to needd
U 0a -- 'S e ne would thinkI haL v .h a ., s o sition n eed d o
'Qn motiOn. of r. ids .the billIto increase Heny Allyne, Esq. to write the will in question, ando One ou thinth e.asuositi la han
ital of the B.ost dd Lowell a l RoWad Corpara- hm a m rnd. m for that purpose. When it other eutato-no other exposure of xts fallacy tha
Atds iaws thkeup; ai the questionnI on.pasa iot ir be wa- s drawn up, Mr.-Allynein cnpanwith -Mr. Wil- a bare mention. But unfortunately such is not the
enross ed, w as dete mi ed ie en th-paf irwa e a ms, proceeded to t he house of M rs. J ones to w witness case ; and, dise uise it as they m ay, t lre-are those, w ho
in d i h ff r itv a age"P, : ] ae rce d d t ie h u e O tl s.J ~ t t ,r n
S w t r the election of it'. When it was read. the only r- would be pleased, if -they could accomplish nothing
s e tt..D.onir a ti t *ei. as I...... w.... .....M r..... .. ..d th -t mor e, to secure the passage of a law which would leave
Y sAliA DorrdFreseh, a Keim opes wreM r A;oe Ms-,,;r-willia m s; a tt witnesses free from the scrutiny of man as totheir
al, Marston, to I e, BowmA,. Fariank .env. wisses. Jn s ni w of the nature, of anoath, .and tee i n gsc
wood. Hudson, LawrenceOliver, Sprague. Child, cute the intruent, and two gentlemen were called in the te toarn theater li
.Fitchur.,JA. Mane .W..incy, Tenney .. hfor witnesses. The testatrix was unable to sign the they entertain towards the Maker of the Universe, (if
Nts-, eswA.r'n. DtX9 I OMsh ng, piker, e, .m and could not nake h en wiout the indeed they do not believe the world itself to hae been,
.Wila..,C .tpin,.H n".peWhitimrs h -Cild,,s assistance ofone present, who guided the pen for her.* the work of dchance.)e
K 3 p ar Buta-f wqust hera dto she Even the writer himself tells us that "the legal right
r;.a.F.SeB... wta B ut-a ew questions were, asked her, andto these e her e t
S the Ci1 wasepassed Wbelm.agrotsedudse. tdown.answers were very s rt. ,To the question as tno her ofarch should never be so far extended asto place a

.. -^ .w.a j^ ... -^ ^r ^^^ os,,,,..,.. ....... ~r "' ril
erorsseaft: f-"- e .age, she did-. not gie the correct wer. All the wit- window the human brenat, through wic to pr
t billtto M r. incease the nesses were unacq uainted withher, with one exception, to the workings of man's tinhe secrets of his
4, itaoft othe Comonwealthi ank was keni tp, 8rd and he was.but.li ly known to hery. They all gave in6t.Donotsuan law' penetrate
.:r the question. tereo .. it was-.again -laid .. the their opinion that ds.- Jnes wa ofasou disposing But _lis nto, ?t he o secret laws eethrae asartdo they
b eAdjou ed. ind,and understood perfectly well the nature of the .nt- the ecret ..i. o th heart-do te
.ttaele. -. not search and probe for motives. How is it in respect
to murdietrtdettl seek-toa i
SP. nTosustainthe objections to the will the C, f to murder ? What does the law seek to ascertain ?-
... Os..rU. g. O Yf IfoRE.n .. t "we m "ee uced-...dnee to show that the Does it hot strive to learn whether malice rankled .in
ist,f, JAN err fotlwing petitions were t ^Appe..eesnitro .ed r n toahen ithwas e the heart of him who has deprived a fellow being ofex-
resented-wd comn icittedteetestatiB w the hwaa publicly yearsd ofs asei i when itasmaeh
ipsteodn a ehf owr i victim ? and does it not award ac-
Of d d r er NefitrAA 109 s, prty wathe that -she had a avere apopleeticaft a few yqrbeforiino the a imus, thbe eont
n th re tethat, at the ore 'of making thd will she had littld a co h Is ot otthe andimus th gilntyonf t
ad- of O fr p. a er-ter w es d -* M -4eoan ;,no commdh s tht hrea wa dsa eeling. which the law always seeks to discover? And
-'" dtW a pa.,eiei-r the ,3ot,', shall we be met with the reply that the present i not a
F. Severane adeas t za and JoaAusti&n 'ei'thao she. vs frequently unfit for any1kind of busa-
#rer;.--of F. Severacwe and ,,pe... .. ...._arahlel case .?-thaynt seculative options as oe thing,
"' rauneutherf 4aid-cifa. a f ti ti, 4, P Teiu e and es. It was ato.ttempted po ei--hat the will was paa lel cas ot s.euti oi aheth f
-o a t ....t at mi aie r. r -ativr to rained .tVg'au b what i as kp a o n d those feelings which pro mpt tao rthe cotr--e ice of
~-.-n-ay~wanus. lmin tn* ~tngt rm aea u
S ." ; a a~z~d. ~"e "c&ad C t a- .- ta -@i .Aid wecre athat the 4e#isees oneof whom resided with ci entt" ers,'" and quite oa differed vant c "fr' ^ u
m sthbmcod in h Mgi-WIit whe S Ii- Wtnha ihenwlu cverein liesthe difference ? Do you say t -at n o in-
n.to wee|. c4n% .<3h. a d wo l ,e ef tfa le, yer ---- ..e t h .... and a u n d the el f a feel.
c.-.U ,a. <. -' no other b persons to- approach her ; that there was on can harm no one Gran ted. Neither can Te-
SotimW..o W:ar f Drp"tB,'. i t;'Was.uor- t .nuch jealousy amoV th isthe different members, of the, ing, iftgono further, and we have already staed that
imoin o so M.r 1ere -lde toft &JtttInoe, at- wIScns orf -:u were wt_.orked our laws do not interfere with the Atheist s blief, so

snta tivem. Se tu I e- e"ai1 wre lauw Ifa the p .. .. .. .. ., who had been ne. .ected-. the w illhad been'. But -let us take a case w which r a' ht occur at a tim e
tves Ottnorpn 1 author fto .... unfortunate; that two of them were widows, a d tht if the law was so altered as to eprlve Courtsf the
,J a V, U~Vt l~: ,111 W L U U U W| U @ . a-._ -- "
A orderappOuting os.-h t W e- of the son who was favorite of the mother had been n- power of interrogating witnessesoas is now the p tice,
.* .. p rof -Win"e endxo and -tHomesoMuck su ce saful in bu siness, and was now insolvent, with a There may be conflicting testimony itn a case here
tm,- n- large famflly, ie hi erti,,n.life, or character, or property is at stake, and t1e y
Im i. or o tcosidere-th chxer .m.fawti ed nrn tIhesi dee pnd n oins tehi s o'exione was ntra mustdecide for theme lives as to the testimony. c On
on medi- -thcu t-6th te of 'hj.-e do. On e other side, evidence w introducedd to one side is a man who believes that there is a God, ho
S ."tee nnwill rward and punish according to character; h,
A,bill wtoin et-ro- the Trstf 1wf the, ew-lbg show, that the testatrix acted freely, and was capable of e isso san td isaorannd unded ia-
ba stwaAvmy,-W .epod,' ind pased to makin a will Many persons, who were well acquaint-.S .l.
hsiend rletAadiMritoa re< ed Wit Mrs. Jones, never thought that she labored un- tilly for all his words, thoughts and actions. Vith
a NeOm-ied Ih n ,of woury. sh .. !.com, der men talpi;tions, and"in their opinion, she retained this prevailing belief he takes the requisite oath md
Mr.' otleric;, or w oxhurya *erati ofthe bt w-n o her faculties to d.i jaa t.Te attending ph i,.an, gives his testimony. A witness is called on the oppo-
B btte o n the j rct a 'lie na, a~d oe awn o ,,sShurtleff,'. ne t'e rth ou ht her insane and k new of, n site side, w ho in heart denies the being of G od. Ild
b one c t L l hae7 ." h' .I may have publicly avowed his disbelief in the existence
prt tiMr ooclad t peoeefacts' Which in uce him tothink her'indwas of G od, o it may be a matter known only to hmeel-
Sle "t itirw their petition;. t said epot was particularly .diseased .. ... The gentleman .named as exe.f""b am-n... h
unadthe order of the dayfb- tomorrow dected utor, WqS .Well ac .ainted with the testatrix. She had at any rate the aw requires the witness to be swon,
ade theconversedtwithhimonthersubjectof makinga.. .... ... ...l. Aand so he takes the oath, and in doing so is guilty of 1o
S .conversheuwithhim on the subject ofmakingawill.A ryoa
As a d -rom t- e nu short tuime before her death, she sent for him, and deliV-, anAhes.so.
r w aase of4the. wa o r the- ered hithe instrument in question, as her last wil... take the oaths prescribed by the Constitution to qual y
.rea*me and testament. He was surprised. at the contents, iap en to act as a member of our State Legislatu,..
of M lA d' set Preamblo ac tsolu- .. ..,But theCourfmay not examine him as to his views )f
... tatta"e eve ehy were not what he expected, from the conversa- n ha
ofta Snet a rl tatte, el -ve tionhe had had with her onhe subject.-It was also nature of the a aneal.which he has pubweth r ymadeo
t~tn :gf4~e priileg t~o~ ,Gof, *,s,; a ,h M,.r ... h, : o..God. They mav. not- od. Tey my no ascetminfromh wmewether Of
oror attoter>tta5nnoioaries af-he -everal testified, that Mrs. Ones had'often spoken of-disposingbroldbinan f fvoiim o rjdice #r
erron, and otheii *ate.,&f!n totre 'te r,.... ..g ~ .,^ r g,,. .2be would be, reclined from favoritism, or prejudie,
-1 -docantents ~ ,e~4 audofther property as she did in the will; that'the children te otsiya or rls ainefo i
fh8atex,,," ..The, man.dmdoeameats wmen read and.. .. .. ... .. their bias to testify at more or less variance from, fle
t table. ,- ... .,, -. ,.' negecte, n oreryrecehad formerly received there ortion, while
Sthe dvsees haeceved nothn ; that there had bee one ofhis fellow men would di
U oe,bill nozernuieg.kedeposibe of lheLaSplus Rev- 'r.ntg;tt. e -b. cover it, avd he should not suffer in reputation or-inte.
eiiue-- --- apin--,"Uikerf i7Jo% ife of t-i- Whole for sone years, EL misunderstanding between one of the -i- he believes and t.s under the be ief.that God e -
Stime apent a he dsm te ..,.children and the mother, and that there had been very ejsts ad sees him, and will call hi to an account f
Vm "e ", "w e p ed eieal' hl "ittle c:ommunilation between the families.
to 0k oee, .' -d t eareaww r 11'de ..w .a..Asigned, Chief Justice SHAW in his charge to the Jury, went that he testi-ts- if he swerves from the straight line
.d -4 m intogthe subject of wills at seine length. ,regard toruth Hi.testimony is entirely at variance with th'
ofth,.... .t,. .ta s- ".ot e eon rt ,t_ ... ..ao.-.i... 4,
rowi to k ft Wharf.to.ortmi for u- the erzecuton of the instrument under consideration, it f. f
tiority16 pure.ase -"re -land-,of JapkhJ00piwt and wa# a i su~ffcient if the#Jur were satisfied that the testa- ould the'community gnerally-feel as wellsatiai
y. pu "-, :. ",- ; trix intended it for her last w--: a nd testament. oudte omuiygeealyNelaowlrst
4 4for incorperatio0aod4authMority6build wharves itened itfor her at wl and testamen. Norie, with a verdict rendered upon such testimon'y-ot
S ot,*th Boston at-89th-. oto." --"- -"f- a. s ";' na;+-ooof-- io..tkeij. ....,.,;, not knowing-but tmat n ofrte _o witnessess
'lull andf,itwasoiaf no' an- ofonsq .c thatthP might be of.theeharacter upposd,astheydo now with,
wo' rfPentWas kuicedb' another. Txe only quesuonwas as
sad of the P~ewi .st &.m tihe !! sem k fa uen was, guide;by ano t.. o.ly qetio.. was us the knowledge -that itis competent for the Court to stV
sai-ocrewe of .arusI,..weue ewerdwv- comraitted i o b i t: a 0--.-I i ijionnexion, allusin was made ,if hmevs ti oit n xld uh.
*~r-n~-- -.~to the" fartt',that Mrs. Jns- i nt- b_'otoWit,
4=wwtrrenw. .;Adj" e .- 'h, .p in e ... 0........... h .. to i'te, 'm must be shut out by the fAct of their entertaining no
w lch appeared i evrdenee. Thns might be a matter .s of t.he consequeee of 7fa-e swearing beyond
p e, of 4urpiri u people of the present day,,Put it was a -what thir fellow men"can control ? We sincerI" y be
Aff.TY O't VVRTISEIg "A?41 PQU9OAA + ct, t1iat'till.e year 17i0 there Wag"nogprov i0in mieve th ey ou-htfetand that they wold noL- "
.... '. ,J- .-.: ;- .. '. e,.-,, --f f. W e notarrnve te attecouciuqIon, that net onlyots
i'- ....+-'4 .-4-r- -.... '-BOSTON. .... -,+ '' ,,-.u :;, commoti afew yer si L ne7omeit.]deo.wJ should be atiiainitemiea as is now requ hired by our laws' ,
..-+ '1.,...i:: ", 4 ,+ 4, : ,- t.. -.i 'S + -".+ '., :i ; w e reuan.be to write. o' ", ": -" : but~also that the Court are bound~,,upon~suge tmon oe:
i 1 j .@.- *J4 ~ I l u~1gd .,l.: iAij~biwas in e' ence tnto the al'e ru a/nd previ!ia knowledge,'toinquire o4?ay wita~eass-who is'
i- ., ,- b : --- t --~ t : it'--- ut~b r's -' .. ..__ 2_, -. ofi'ered,,whethr-he~believes in thipeince o(he Be,
.,n J ,~m FM.,flg~a .-.TboH'fortim" P, Uonor proceeed a coviim e up ... ~ o,,* .- +^=,^e ,
v, cf~o~QI~e. s4*j. !h ..... ,, _~ra that he may testify e.oirwcJy. Arnd not only is thit.
.... -,. :_,_.=.__-i ch__ _- i d eqvr mu.ch on .the cireumgtauces of the Cpurse the o-"'- safe andpoe on^. to-- --'iet^y -- i-s--:

tro ~~l tb" ; a -" -'l." .... "how muo y rea u .-.. et qwu tb ions to diipan w ith oa~ths, an4 sue-

1 lr .lt.4a~m ,requiekt ratiiI* ti'iamto .t, he a, ii,, ,,, ,, ,,,, an oath..' .them,_he w. itefrogated dor not, taziir.,
*vR ~ ,$lr a em Q mn;ti I nd tdr 51191 '' s efe~rt u'pei theit a i ere caio ea doubt that a
et- a .ade m! sqpay, vi jf~.prqlli113 & pltuu ..* ,b 4ily inva~ima4u. And, in general, when a person ,ougb eiher i -u-ic toh..n. i^ to;... dii;o ...i. pi...
which m..,made .~~~~~~~is .na~''h moraX [tower -of another, eli ht evidencee .- .--mnt~ m y _. .: _. ., ,tln 1 ptmqe.rm3aiet 0ltadfo
[ in4',4' st m toh"go "~s whic" '" hrwill estuablishfraud Ari impOSiiOn, iI t jnry were : ""-'-- y i ~ .~ .qIeI .., -, .... poa~piner regard iof juotiet tor hs owneltyx, ato d from-
,: .- --- : ,[d .'d'L ',__.-_ i: ,._ -__: a~~s Lh~at Mrs..'I01 I W* w si~tiisled sarid was so oarrerom'tak,, the oa th. ~: ..
.~, e.roP oIm. ~ .mh6~ woi-kedlspon, aetbat the i,,ktrument z question was e : :thusexamined o-nly"the.'". al_, ect
"' ': '"""---- "-- :-2-e another free adt'rt-:...a"s ,i.potk..... .p ,wderia) eisaofbwqestmon.e my megh samuche
Bat it isnot so. W have at of the psxticular pkci~sions in the w'lLipo
it 4 srem~mJ, "ah Jt'tm. WelTvais ..t p 1 b brnz J.. lpfifld ,,oz,,i,,peoiticaLeonnexions. i ere isa-'rmtl .,.,spig,
r~ Z.OP.50P = tl _mm 4 eraa't.,.. tht .. .... ... ..~ ples u ,t ,- -, e efor som ne --foruomne han.
did _l U 4bU. FdIIteAb t tndaveindi oion s ro ease .-:- .... .... -, .... vtio-,~k for.; w ,atis.

-- p .. 2.. t -" ....J-' ....
Ulf- ^W~to lvoce of^^nitkabIeone, baibt cruel e#"^, but of this t Westat --pdge.- d not 'eetinire eson tan silc
,i^ Hi... ll, ,, Tke, ,0 ....... ,,,x .p.. ..t ..,. '.. *_ ^...... .,._ ..^ ... ..* .;.9 .,- ,. .. od, Wedor ot -p tl w o advcae the- wrei der o r ,ld
w-d. thaw e '. '" e r f 't We ra "f ".ariernoti W.d-os to rg ,the-writer of tbd
or -;;i. upgd e usagew anu wit least imbued ijv
-j-TIeiverdict of tIhf~uw w vaifa.4 this a i~ 1
nri- t 'ofcosm ibetdin ,t^"6u- nrrp l.ts..~ [r. o*] .o tOsaedi h i to im ms article,

iSi.^dflc Mlt~~g^'^^Vkefe virthtwnatlor~inntqtnetn 'ye .up~n .uw whicthe have r thuur~5C~ f ur beenminru<.
-o -G.a.g.&..m.,u st.'irw e. e d ee oc Su w e lor ..Itt eisnot o w e ,n td enuipve, old land marks-td ichaB
Vw&4,of' npw. eu.amesablinhed usagtes ndla-at least wilhouirduea-
mmt. 1*h^ahzgu a,-eauie~4. S -,tbe^^ r ~ r~cr ~ a- formula 4rdof, -* ect'16nind examination. It is not desirable i to altg
"..e H (waeoao Is, Uie ^opfq-oacAto a do.ectizon ofr e4 by anei wer foe eo.tl.t tuti fnd, system of gotru ent wor the pAi Q-

; tte ^ ^^a~~~~a~iiio:; ,A btnsnc a'l lave fe a rie f eytialit ^
,,_ ,n g.i, .t. e ', ar a. a e aew 'ir,]P iatta the law in y oear tlo fn inintix entc citlesa upen wvhich the athy have thus far beer admlnim
,, vio-.-.lOR d ebrept fov good and sufficient reasons.

UU~~iWV^ ^^"^S-^1 "" ^ I ~~Atbtoti fibrtv a beole mtfieoCfitji W h refiriut W~md con-' WPe;, w^t a~o;ad htn ati a
,jectf-' osz .L =AVee p, _re,!d e, .. oi,. V O., no that there are iho-e who are ,eadys4o
zua~d % 'uuQiwbuuio6aAAir tq1ioVtol n- 4 this p8!iti ?we'jrd sue filh 'writer iartd anxious to relewal oa.id lawsenact new ones, and mi
qw.a g .B rporthu^ chfth soundnes~~sW.eo of e d oc ,tr ne. Trei .*A psenporchges in the duahtietion. Their wo.

tniHeedi^^ff pWtW 0000 chrwb^nbeed 11`61'1 deny tk sound' of hW'd tr &roitirity VBapol. n ftebesnsWh~
jt- a tu'-. ht'< "'se eirl pl !nr the dbor him-to stain thisn obijethotn b th ne law mets and pans mUst oe uowly watched, and th4
'to ,te for theb-is or '"-u telieal ,--: wol: traytaome force, fea witness or leotil"eoixe-'e otives sctnYeid wilrqp loqs t and even dt[
tos. b tebsso wet*4tq Ao,- ---- r"e .."..... t for t"f mp
*u343 that ^emsus, req-an*ed aner, any- formula of docfrritw'biRosef, f0f8 e Moping r
-1f, e if s-jan yub Jdigmflon of sects or creeds we4re. usin fit o n allc n thdfe A wrsand*. aci thi
4" t- t' .b on h "w ---tmamAucb i rj t h elat no utOf a i^ nch eat cn snowni z rmt n qethem. ei
T*e r lwiw'* e 'I caube 'made swept aw ay Whhmany eb .--m tws-ishtonatttn-emm imyni m1;f.
theT cn ea last bt i ~tun ~n-~~b ~ ~ beauty and wuesit wr
t~kj~i~oa in,, ~ zonwealth, by an &md oMir "11~optitUtiO5R45 &.4rholO%.depefld upon Lsrn
.--. : _.JdmpJtr e'ir l4f f b elie a t fi.t e if veryi n dmer .an ppt fts parts; nd that np part riAs
vo:" M ui4, isJthat Um t.ezecue it, and rbquisit,.-ahall it be soberly Contaided aiL 'frd, b wisely fitted and rramedin these particulars than,
Sbe de This ol the enlightened fiiF lence dud rgio liber- whh reo gn* the existence ofthe ruler of the ,
Si -etaefo e deporteng the distibutionoy ty, that a r a wm ntfIng it neces sanry t he "ahp.. l touesti- ve ,.countability of hi, s sua i ects, thro ,-

V^ .**? g^iaefyng The distr6ibwut8io of bc laid o evtnatlion aha *Afevery grtde M ~of tesi- -9nadwwao aeteyb enitdt nMB
.t 0':l: d t U ~ ~ a k -iT tois ist-4-theo o _yl on ex lde an th e fe w p o a ea hes ep uiyandoa a eeua, it s is h int. i a- w l ,

.4c Eray^ :) ith6^^^ ^" 1 voi tical fabri
S," .r .. cha-atey, shll be te y atel l-nimes to avo hisvbeef' st pport. tre tlcal abric-the o .er neofthe n
Wis f-., at p. t -menat, -- i'pftoiind i n God's e Jstee-li inrim m eal o ul ib ou Which we resf with security. It the secret oa
M6(trhMe"a to'w bf .e en- .et. y ? ."d hV .n an.we. -b pspe'styas a people, and of the blessings W -
-' ...u ............ ..y a "ess-of ils, he -ppealto his Bap-tbt" hre- ne"ot kit-"- 4 Providence has showered upon us for such a,
~~~~~ I ..i.. r ..... ... ..of.... -, aj ...
Oct"i th mul salpjf hal l ane, 'kii':--s- l ijwich origia ,'.in .aphl intoler-' ic W~ es, it ought not to be disguised.
S-066_ _- w ^. .-- -. --B'" ..'We nswer, 1. W Te dareowhere a law orgi-"the religi us cthearacrof those who have precaeea -
b- b"it. Ima lWic. **,4 ,. l..ten. .nat8 ; "et it be .idged b iih ie-i'.! jf odl-ustain ws enstanijidd on all their words and actions. Ut.
t m S lr ct. two iut ai vtslc salxl he,, it; ote--rejqld tlr.i p r. s isnohis aleA rich legay e whclh to ey .ve -bequeathed to their r
l ';-- ,Mw 'f -"' '( i f4etl the tal which cqnort ed fhe o ance Ad tren -f .P : ,rt .,
P0 th. tes Wt' qnt '
i1Wh~ etaIbsitmet ~hfca ~sbblgbsd -so far4dtieust, aw tit ever sect a o --Iet us. not despumae or throm, *way our tri
"d0 1 -7"" .... of l-s .. .... w i ,' biost et h iae ii h hisLk -" fi ot .-mistamkeD zeal for tolerance' snd lii i
8" ,W& oZraw as.w sOnds. s aple 0folds .the olA dt, bar a ruthless, radical spi-i of inn 'a
.! ~p If eq.NT--. :anhe mao of m46-O wis 48em.braes a lof every natin Mid F-eivery-grdjadof reli-10 Ulon arm ofo tie.Othrl be permitted to
,-"--" :. Oi&, 'sp ],I &t t fak, to t. credit p gion ,' ant exelde'aonly the f'fir few who have -he perpetuity and security ofour..,
..- .,,. _, und ~bly' educated tkir nilndk 1'the-dreadfuI b- havi once suffered a stone to be taken from the h
lefr that there is naoGO (isd '41,--.or a'pila from't" fabric'of ou0r -defen ces, ,we may 4
c- .Sw ,*'at--p.e-,ri ,-S1 i t-m t, P -'It it aid that thi lai ane--ta',aWtd o--ppressive, to ourserrow thdit we have betrayed our intersi d1
.. 00 dl~f -.Weeconsider-Ahatthem C 6e n answered b the happiness,and 'ihose four children, to theIen ';,
L .. ,, remarks e$rWy Mde. T'lelaw is pot unie aJ,. tor 'ft who will use the advantage which-we hate oCaut-
thee0ua,10-91tlaoy3e vieirs."-i d i on W ,, u if-the .l affordedFhim to mrae te tempof rrtt
b-O.- I U Im.---4O. s _iU" ll" .deemit uneasJ t here is no remedy for this sunpomed Anaauons, q Frend of R Uhet .

1r'tAd e Correspondetit of the Coammrercial Advertlsed Lemon., good, 40 bb"0es 4 87.per box, casb. .
WASOIGTOOS, January 26.--In my letter oflast jtght, Raisins, Malaga, Bunch, 500 boxes, 1 85 a4 8 21 ptbox, 4 no.'
i.nforned youthat Reuben M. Whitney appealed hpb. rFrom Messrs. Topliff's orrespondent.]
fore the committee of inspection yesterday, and produc- BATAVIA, Sept. 21-Coffee, Java, none, last remaining of pri- i
-*d %,Protest against the-whole proceedings of thefHouse, vate sold at f32 : Padang 28: Sugar scarce, 1st arid 2d qualities
in instituting this inquiry,and of the committee in their at fl9 a 21: Spices, none: : anca Tin tf4: Rattans $5 50: Hides,
..t. unde r. .u ion TBuffalo 1130, Cow 2o20: Indigo f2 a 31 Ib1: Arrack, 1st quality
action under Mr. Garand's resolution. This precious 2d 65: Rice. per 27 puf106 a 133: apa Wood f5 a 8.
cement i of a most formidablelength, and assumes t little doing in imports the past month ; Flour in good de-
the highest grounds as to the rights of this treasury;mnand at f25 perbhl: Beef20 : Pork 35 : Bread 16. From the a-.
finiliar, and the banks which employ. him,-while it bove.quotations you will observe that prod*!ce continues high and
Scarce, without-a probability of a decline. Exchange on London
denounces, in unmeasured terms, the inquisitoal con Holland 4 per ent.discot, rates dll. The arrivals at this
q .. and Holla4p endo rates dull. The arrivals at this
duct of the House of Representatives, and of the corn- place having brought Exchange to purchase their cargoes, has
mittee. The contemptuous language in which Mr. still further caused a depression, and we c inot quote over fllj
Whitney spoke of the intelligence of Congress, in his p.r stg. There is butlittle Tin remainingin the hands of spec-
i r l r, r y pbie, ha nt p d fro ulators, on the last Gov't sale, -for which per picul is asked.-
circular letter, recently published, has not passed froth ue'rre appears to be no probability of Gov't having auctions of SB-
the ,recollection of the public. This protest, I under- gar or Coffee of this year's crop, the. Dutch storiess having taken
stand, is in a still loftier strain of arrogance. He is quite up so many Dutch vessels this season, to Which Gov't must pro-
indignant at the passage of the resolution through themise cargoes, that we have no hopes f havingsales ofthe rti
ueCaleo, unless, indeed, they are in want of Cash for their localpu-
House, although, be it remembered, his own political poses FRSTIE-& O.
friends voted for it; and kicks at the course of the pe .
coitmnittee, among whom also, as you are aware, there HAVANA, Jan. 7.-Coffee, 1st quality, $10 a 12 1-2; 2d and 3d,
La majority of his yokefellows in subjection to te.. 9 a per qql; Molasses declined, offering in Matanzas at 6rs,
and here. 6 1 .2rs. Little doing as vet. Exchange on London 1-0
dominant powers, though not, let us hope, min iniquity. 1.2 prirn; New York 11-2 dis ; New Orleans 4 dis. Flour $19;
le regards the officers of the deposit banks and him-, ard, $17 a 18. '
]self as private individuals, with whom Congress has I Hoops m $40; Boards, PortlanJ, 28 a 30; other Eastern 24 ;PP
oti, to o; a, aftr a -. r o a t h -24 a 25; Shingles 4na 6; hhd Shooks and (teads ean7 a9-94res;,box
nothingt do; oand, after along rg marole about his, .. .. .
o -' a ao i l p lge h ds do 6A aa0;Beans, bbl 8 a 84 ; Beef, Nos -2 prime and mess, 7'a
onstitutibnal and inalienable privileges, he winds up 11, plenty;'Jerked, S Am. arr 11 a 1-2 do ; 'ew York and Bostn
With professing a willingness to answer all'questions 11I a 13 do ; Bread, pilot, bbl 6a (t4; Butter' Am. ql 14 a 45 ; Can-
btoching matters of a public character, of which he has dies. md 17 4 a 18; sperm 40 a 42 ; Ches, Am 10 a 13; Cid#
n .o doz 4 a 4 4; Codfish, box 50 lbs 2; Ihds ql3, plenty; Flour, Phil.
ThKnowmledge. and Balti. 18 a 19, declining; Naw Orleans 18 a 18 4 do; Hams, :
The committee thought proper to take hm on hs Eastern ql 14 a 14 4; Herrings, Nos 1 and box 4 rs a I I ; ard,
I own ground, and making themselves judges as to what Eastern, 18 a 19, plenty ; Mackerel, 'No 3, bbt 4 4 a 5 6 ; Onions,
,,questions did refer to public matters, they proceeded 1 00 bun. 3 4 a 3 6 ; Pepper, black, ql 12 a 1 2 ; Pork, cargo.Eaet-
...t.. t ean ,. a...ion. whc wa cern and mess, bbi 18 a 21; New Orleans 18 a 21 ; clear 22 a 25;
ith thme examination, which was conducted by Mr do in boxes 17 a 21 ; Potatoes 2 2 a 2 4 ; Sop, yi 8 2 a 8 4. -Cof-
.Peyton. Whitney however refused to answer any of fee, (not much doing,) Ist qua q l 12 a 12 3,'d and 3d 9 a 11 ; tri-
the questions which Mr. P. propounded to him in suc- -age 6 4 a 8 ; Honey,gall 21 rs ; Sugar, (holders ltore firm,) hf and
cession.' In making his replies, his -manner was far hf 7 and 11a 104 and 144 ; white 12 a 14; brown and yellow 7J
.from respectful to the committee, or the gentleman a 10.
who framed the questions; he would look at them, (for B Lcubfo thi isto
...... -,. BOSTON LYCEUM. -The 3th Lecture before thisinstitution
you will.bear in mind that the whole examination is will be delivered by Mr. A. M. u r,on THU SAYEVE-
conducted in writing) then, throw them' aside with a NING. Feb. 2d, at the Odeon. To commence tt 74 o'clock. '
remark that they were inquisitorial, or concerned him Subject-Electricity; which will be illustrated 5y various ex-
as an individual--and decline to answer. One of Mr. periments. Doors open at 6. T. L. SM H Sr.
Peyton s questions vas so framed,'as to require a direct T. -PSTectr
statement whether Judge Taney did not refuse to coun- i -
tenance or recommend him for the situation .he now In this city, MI James ARRIED
holds? This he declined to answer, more particularly, George J. Homer to Miss Sarah Ann Partlow.
he said; as the mover of the inquiry had declared that
the, charge rwas true, and he (Whitney) thought he DIED
oungt to prove it. In this city, on Friday, Col. Thaddas Page, a meidbmerQf IM
This; you will remember, was the subject of the ,tinst. Margaretta White Davis'.L Norfolk, wife or
card Mr. Whitney lately published 4n the Globe, in Mr Richard E. Davis, 20. *
which be pronounced the assertion of Mr. Peyton a In Roxbury, on Tuesday afternoon,'very suddenly, Isaef, son
falsehood and calumny. As Mr. Peyton, whose fear- of Mr Guy Carleton, 15 years. Funeral on Thursday af fteioorn
n "manai a k t olem at 3 o'clock. Friends and relations are respectful invited to
Slessness and magnanimity are known to the whole atend. -
country, and wilrtherefore require no vindication, did iJIn Milton, 25th inst. Mr John Adams, a revolutionary soldier,94.,
not condescend to notice this card Mr. Whi.nev doubt- In Ipswich, Mrs Elizabeth Wade, 70.
apa int ii Hopkidton, 14th last. Mr ArnodrWh#ahore, fornieriy. Of
less, felt himself safe in exhibiting before the commit- e. I eaopvinaton, 14th inst.. Mr Alide Wpaio a fel, t frreaei of
.Jayvemn oleat king an male coi npn a f oti to e h ettand c% be-
.'tee his poor spite against a man so much elevated above reavemcnt of a trulv kind and tflfctionate husband'.
his miserable sphere. But Mr. Peyton did not allow In St. Stephen, N. B. Capt. Thomas Burton, 82. Capt. B. was
"this climax to the insolent character of his general bear- born on St. George River, Me., When the revolutionary. war
ingto pass unnoticed. He rosea and began to appeal to broke out, he was fouhd among the patriots, and immediately re.
S. hired to the "toehted field." He .was in the army of Gen.
Mr. Garland, the chairman, on the insulting reply Of Gate, and wa in the battle which resulted in the capitulation
the, witness-but very soon broke off,and stepping up to of Gen. Burgoyne. Soon after the war, he settled in Saco, after-
Whitney, he addressed him thus,-"You THIpF and v wardsremoved to Boston, and eventually settled in St.Stephen.
't His excellent virtues justly secured to him the res'ct ani sa-
BROSBER! if you dare to insult ME here, before the co- MTeemfhis acquintaJ secured to .therepct an
inittee, I'1 put you to DEATH Jan. 2, on board brig Attakapas, at St, Marc, St. Domingo, Mr
Whitney, frightened out of his senses, made no reply Job Salisbury, of Tren;on, Me. second mate.'
,"-You said in your card that I shield myself behind my nterments in th e'ity of toston, reorte4 arttke Hitl (-ce.
constitutional privileges,; now, sir, I wish you distinct- Jan 18, son of Jdseph Hartshorn 4 day,'-'20th, Sarah G Warner
ly to understand that I waive all privileges." -I4 no-21t, Georgiana CoAoidge 4'vears ; Frances Ann Gore 3 ;
Mr. Garland, the chairman, here interposed, to pre- Ellen O'Brien 6; George B Gay 25--2d, James Walsh 45; John
t. G .. hBangs 45; John L Shaw3; Zephenia T Brown 7; Pamelia
serve order; and Mr. Peyton resumed his seat-Mr. Nany 1 George F Rogers --23d, Oakman Gardner 53; Martha'
Whitney then rose as if to speak, when Mr. Peyton Whitney 45; Catharine'Everett 18; Sarah Pelrce 76t yi; Mary
commanded him to be silent, and declared that he should A GIreetileaf 2 mo-24th, Joanna Cookley 2 yrs.-25th, Hlener
not answer except in writing. Mr. Wise here remarked Jeffierson 100 years anod 6 Mo%; Susan Fairbanks 8 hours- Fran
cis Viial 6 yr,; Joseph B Fuller 30; Patrick Ponahoe 4 ; Jude
to his friend, that Whitney was unworthy his notice, Johnson 61; Dr .liver Fiske 74-26th,-Timothy.v Daily 3bj Thou
Sand attempted to draw Mr. Pevton off' from him~but Mr Purguson 76; Mary Perry 50; Wm looney 45 yrs; Cornelius
P. said no, I pay no attention to his cards, bat when Connely 1 day; John OLarry 7 mo e Mary Elizabeth Penniman
*he insults me here in, the committee I will notice him, Wioslatr' W3 ;Jamres osB yrCr ky 3y.es 64 sael
,robber and thief as he is." Mr. Peyton then turned to Males 19-Females 17. Total, 36. Stillborn 4. .
the chairman and reminded him, that hitherto he had SAMUEL H.HEWES,
treated Whitney respectfully. -1 have treated him" Superintendent of Burial G rounds.
said he, "as if he were a gentleman, and I will not per- .-
mnif him to insult me." MINIATURE ALMANACO-WzozsrAT, FBXosAnY 1, 1837.
Mr. Whitney was then ordered to withdraw, and Mr. T," SgR, S "u Moosn i ATs
Hamer offered a, resolution that the last answer of the "Morning, Rises, i ,Sets, Rises, [ Age, I inc.
'.-witness -should be returned to him, as it was no reply 07 655u H7 14m I nS 14m I u351 mo f25 days Y t0 57m
to, the question, and was disrespectful to member of ..
-the committee. This resolution was adopted unani-, DA[LY ADVEWI'ISER AND PATRIOT
nousjly,/so decided and strong was the'conviction of T A 1 T' 1J TTOURN A TL
,every, m plember that the demeanor and language of this M AR' IN wN i
"great man" wvere improper and insulting. On Mr.
Whitney's return this resolution was read to'Him, and hr T Ow BOSTON.
his a answer given back to him. He then apologized, n S WsaDAY;w JIAN. 3.
t expressed his regret for iresehe had man- Ship Spar iverpool, Dec 23. O 4th a 45
Wff.sted toward the committee. Ion 38J, :saV a e bip steerng F.. showing a white 'flag, letter U in
h 'Today he has been more pacific, and some important it, supposed the. Vica, fron N York for- Havre.
facts have been disclosed in his testimony. He admits t BisgPt Crowell, Palormo, Nov 2. Psedlbia'tar Dee3.,

BnothUiM Brigae, & hn, Pprkins, New lelnsr DetieS.; W s, 1{ t
that he waste author ofthe letter,w(recently pblished,)rimstP^-ssed Tot--sth-,- a saw-, a, ac e .a
whd signed Mby the six cashiers of deposit banks, recotn- 38, Ion 73 30, a brig steering W. With a white lat and -red fi.-'
mending the establishment of a bank bureau in the a .ind in centre.w t ".%..,
-trearys -departmeint, and renommenaihgth"nself, R. S c ...o .. e Wa higton N -' |
M. Whitney, aa proper person ao be placed at the head Ich Black Warrior, Snow, Norfolk. A. '
hof i. This letter was written while Mr. Kendall was Sh Only Son, Wormitead, kew york. .
acting as the agent of the treasur?'department, and, 6OR Echo, Jordan, ac. ;-.
v 1 believe while he was on his journey of discovery to Barque urbo, from Lverpoolremains in Nantsket Roads. ..

bw e retere on what terms, the state trbank ng"ta-' would Brig Wm Davis, C LEA- ED Havan J P.eS ,
aenkofe the, onited Shtahs twey be removed from thew caset, W. ndfiyd.Port aF PrInce, E Wheelw rigt- RgsinE, HI

tivelopeznentf, of which 1- will 'inform Tym tomorrow. aywenthioa oernor's Island 't W go by t i session nih aeyml

was forced from the dock' adrift, by leeV,6i'-SlWehik etvmiJH4atl
WAaje Eiuhsri&*L'-4he f;4hlwing statenwuit oftheir i) t'9, loW71tind had -splt,
'-pirtationea of Qua and-Whalebon. into A1lie United --Sta- "-A brigi*lth htofwh6tpws,-a asd nluie'u
e--rigteptywhas bewin: derived from anaow, thbi IW dedof Now Yoi k 2ti~st..
,*entio s6uroe and'rnay-be-relied on for its.correctneOs.mh,(f oM r atlorGi PfrAiat
U .L-willi be. pdeteved that' the qJganfity Of.. Opa.-mOiShikA ` --U wi- 1 9 4[at46 t osa wsite~f ~
ha ,qibbapp.r tweAes*,#swep,a&n4
priwtid in. 1836i is less br about42,006j- blPtantei Asmkbganlon c 64jrb'aiidf= M6 aref~eng on
quantity of: the same article impoIIe-4 ill:th the wreck:16 dayp, wn nbadtieCiM raro~rana
gear. The importations of WhAle Oil exceei~~u~hv tpS Yr.ales
16,only 9,319 bJl, wheh i-couiderblr~isIfis
hdbeen anticipated. The quantity tif~iluand Wbal& '
bone imported dusing- the yesi, at m aea" e Of" '~ 1 -f W&EU
'Oces at whoh it. ham been- sold, amountsto 689,*j A*LMW~rc*,Oalifai6* a .4% c ~sbitllrikearNeowsw, RI1*
'k~Q i,,,, ,,- mos out, 1700 bbla. t~r the Obw!ard~ a.-
-In January, 18W,, Se 011U BQdfbir 90 cents per .'WW
-galon, b%.the cargo, RuI M., ~altboilu Abe ratRad94hph ean' say~ssd
idlk sai m ts 1e~ I~ ~~y4te 4$~ Porln.Sailed, wsobsMay, Wiis, Now Ornlost-. iAus%
5richgam "iswppl Rpr-icetaboiaL25per' M rAbg Ccr at#nK

S&ztes. n 1830 -oma~War'WaOaUsi"-,i-,41imaen) jAch(Ti~a,ftdi::~
Sner~t. UTi..La* tJoha,,nL-- 10 "iuhebqnow. M othe'duiAlci.n~theoe
*New~tedfoca A5s$& _474hA831f~r~-w~W ~u~otwr inAll~*al o
~ ~4~"~'unierwein ant'gone down
Nantucket A,*,96Q I),,~ At Delawage BUSekWatei, ama, barque4obsplilifteIV Oitee-.
'New Lonsdon,3,692M 10,45 for PhlMphi-. .1, .-,A
gag Harlior 3,740 21.650 Ar As lr To.Yrk, 2&b. d~hlde*,WigRR nBnl
Warren ~ ~ Ml; Uberms,Lofo4idt DieelR4 lud 1j Iqqe Chan-
.Brist~ol -3~ 45 ---cd4iir, Forbes, 14euzsbi6 fbrip Ct~ncordla, Kqbp ~e-
Falmouth 530 ..(Danin. ~t2;Mrc~~~ Mnwgin)~n~agO; dIV
40 U a aier, AU; ~kpsOulu tM~
Hudson lp~ Itn WAin .1mrM ?li0 entorSte,
At other Sorias'14,M 2- 4,41S -8 tiel,'rsF nns
vai fO4i~ls' schs Phflania, *Vag Hu, 4ginayra0
,.zetimiat-e amount of bonet,expept'N. -8C~ford 57-08S5 Cyruas,'Situdioy.;4a-27, for, P sde.phf&,-tbyoi eaui2
ToTAI.~~~~ Brealcwnter whn i*6 4rs~mb~,;D*~~hb
Spe m oil 130,998 bbla. 88 Ots. $,31W 56 Isabel-- p 'S~iril'hbar4, fit rMaftls, 28; ou
Whae ol J9,98 4 1S~l146OQ CiaM~ih p NV f-Dik-22 In cr,8sslAg the Bar at
deek lWad-a~ilrd44)i &d- oreed401A 0fntbalto pt, low-
Wale bong ,2873 b.bm.- ,93 iAQW'n arresDin t p-4e, tbr
'. 4 ~~ tap of ,poii e wSm.~lwuabrig. ',Q&
42 4itW$510qjd4 29lansis;brigs AdmmnmW, ya
,, 2~Ral mas Sudl'ord Wtib mtw-

Mhae oil: 20),W. : 4 1A,5-,;Q~ Mr
[In the above taaecouni ijhe r. *jfc,4" AtSIo, ioith47b,5RiSH' Q*d
Eas been taken from the, actal afguage-fr ohr -' tss, 294r,1 UeeSaTylrPe
the qu~lti~ondlo,pgrivad.WwaR4the W*a cks b rg (or B oq~p it entiu. .-. -
estunte.)-,N~w 4f$- ,., kett Nowbuiryppon 9,djwh Pastera Star, Sylvester, B~o
3(MA, Nn, Cook, do.
-Kentucky pVd aj ht M.Pie~jeris so ffij 'raidue ter 7hx&Alpha, or kenvtitnink; NdirD)a
recoverring9that h-1W il yfobdnbly r tur o lkxigtoaaeU d-Sso. 2t1 91frS 'ite,11 ekpat 9h
by-tie ~ M.1~h. -, ~tnry, ~tou; 30Thrumet,, 'Kilbomn, fr~~~,e
by 4e I t -d Ma:%or.'or ortsotitf:lDver'.Packet. DverfanpwOirBoston.n

t- -, '- .* *' .." ^- <
Bac 9, no It &- brig Nonpareil, (StJobn, NB # -CoA
D Trinidad, Cuba. -
Jan I, lat 31 49, Ion 70 16, sth Orive Beanch, oftThomamtt-
Jan 11, lat 34 31, Ion 68 37, was passed a bright sided ship, with
.I'ed and4WhitegswallowtaHllialgusignl oIPd thc'Uflifatos.
Jan 12, hit 24 45, Ion 80 11, sch Eseort, 30 dayl fin Belfast a
Mobile. ,
Jan 14, lat 34, Ion 71, ship SMark, Holmes, from Savannah for
Liverpool. -'. '
Jan 21, lat 38, Ion 72153, seb Cathrine Wilcox, Osgood, fm N
Ytw* fort4lee-of]Fran~e&- -
Jan 21, lat 29, Ion 7930, brig Architect, Gray, from N Qrleans .
fotBaltmore -- .. .
No date, off Hatteras, sch Gen Jackson, fro*m Rum Key for
Ocracock. .
No date, &c. sch Jlstice, from Tbomaston for Apalachieola.

j*g. FO,- Jfi rW4-& ir 8st.
The fast sailing, cppered brig ST''ERLIN0 Treat, mas-
ter, will sail as above. Pot freight or passage,-apply to
F I-t5th N. & G. KNIGH ., 45, Contral wf.
j". ~ FOR HaYJ'r4d. .
mI 1 The copperedd 4ind copper fastened bark WALLACE,
ad t Sam'l Thaxter, Jr. master, will be despatched In a few
dnys. Forfreight or passage, appit to HATJS & CO.
Fl "istf
'- -OR ffJLW QRiJ1-y8-P4CK7 LLV'.
:66 The fast sailing coppered bark JANE, Forsaer, master.
is loaffng at CmxUHerciat whr-f, can take a little more
light freight ifoffered immediately. *For which, apply to
S. R. ALEN, 110, Milktreet. is3sp F l
, The Iaeket cskr FAWN, Fero, master, will Ta!l as a-
bhove.-. For freight, apply to A. HARDY, City wharf, or
on board, opposite. F 1I
4-4.e THIS D&r.
The brig CHATHAM, CaptaIn C. Taylor, wil sail as -
above. For freight oa passage, apply on board, at Mew,
cantile wharf, to HORACE SCUDDEB & CO., Ni. 1,aew build.
iWg, saM wbarf, or to A. C. LOMBARD CO., 13& 14.new
Stdhe stores. Lewis's south wharf. r F
"S. The schooner RENOWN', Captain Crowell, will sail a*
above. Apply on bVoard, bead Centrar wharf, to GEo.
DAVIS, 14,Central wbarf. pF 1
Th pket *br'RERS DI) CaE.:l erwood, sails a
Ebuve from bead GrCiaml wharfN side.. For freight or pas.
"1'sageq, apply to theulrynster, on boitrd, he .fI Long
and Central whlarves, to STANLEY, BNED'& CO; 10, City
Witti E. WHITON,at tb' Packet O~t ne,dnita i;. F1
- yo' wnrr YoQH-TRR(O^. T LEl.frtms DAT. I
^- (De1ained by tfe weather.) *
: The pokke schooner GLIDE, Basett, master. Fog
rSEl sa py t6 Captain on board, soutk side City whf1,
---or t' XLHEyIS HARDY, 13, Oit. wharf. F I-
F(*a L4STPOJ' ft LUBEC-Tvr DArY.
m The packet schooner GEORGE, Captain Tucker, will
salt as above. Fhr freight or passage, having good ac-
cmlnmodations, apply on bourdn, at theT, or to GEO.-
CLARK & CO. said wharf. I i
The packet schr BLACK WARIIOR, 77 rtons burtben,.
- copper fastened, and built a .Glouceter 18 month since.
Apply to C. & W. B. WILXK S,33, Longwf- istf F i
]TOTICE is heteby given, that be nnuatl neftinng of the
.'.SouTKrCovCoRroBATtow wijl" be held at 'the Exchang
Cofleeo Houeei Boston, on TUESDAY, the seventh tday of -
February, A. D. 1837, at four o'clock In theo ftentrwon,' for tho
chofie of Directeos, atd the transaction ofaw l; l er business a
ahajl regularly come before the meeting,
By order of the Directors.
Feb 1 epistF7 ELLIS GRAY LO1ING, Clerk.
l-having this day associated with him in bn siess B R. MAYO
HAZEL'TI"NE, the busieas Will hereafter be continued at No. t,
Central street, under the firm of -

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1.. -
IND1C'brPrYum~P 01EiROi~PIOi~I~ AND BOCl~l~n I
r -P;~r~ii~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~~~ e~i~a~i~s~~srr i~-~f~nj(;nrd5duni~," '
i .`. ~Y: ~BT~K~JIQ .Ht;J4. II
P'- ~- ~-'~ ~-.6CPCI~ paDum;, rIiPygWo ~aad~oPPcj~,
1~5'Atl Ado~it~i~qnreitallkevPide olp~lu f~ici B~Lor Baitr
~l~iisias~ r'nr~ZI~Y4C~b~,
.Nbs.ecpe, Cqr~Ld~p.;se~,b~f~r.~/(~b.~t~6tf/,.. .
: `' _~i~B~,litbRIaB' dc'f.milE, Pdld~rr.
rctaNTgs..nrlpsia;i~'li~~ei,~e~tlrhPs ;
E33at~ret, :418ro~~ 4Cpe~ P~,rtd~tEtn~,YIC~"ro; ~"t~'~tt
Ibarbron~f~ynla. Pbli~.l~bI~3Rals S B~di~L;
folirnJ 1Yewer)r--8nni. Lt= B~i~e^y.b~~$
8. C. QrC.. PScCc6utut, Cid~snatiUklcl
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C OPAI1TNER SHIP NOTICE.-The uinderiped hav "
Stbisday entered Into Copartnership, under the firm of
for the purpose of transacting a generatHard Ware Conmm;sstoi
Business, at No. 21, Elan street. 'DANIEL BATES,
.,. j __ ~CALEB C. -LBERT.
reb. 1,1837. eopis6w
(OPARM iBRMSHIP XOTICE.--Th* wtbecribe have
associated themselves in business under the firm ofDANIE&.
BATES & CO., and have removed their stck- of Stove*, Fire
Franem Camboosi, 4-c. 4-c. to No. 32, Union Street, where the
former customers of'D. B,&Ts are invited to call. -

ren. i, 1837.


]XCIIANGE.-.-&500 sil'g, at 30 days sight on,-Lon4gM, Iii.
sur suit; 3 sets at 90 day,%u or 4000, FMO and- 500 stl'g,
for ale y SION E GRFNEBroker, 4stateste.
RHBCNS Ox NEW-YORJlm-Bank Checks on Newr
Yqrk wanted at 74, State street. 31sth Fli
13 IfNi. JACOBRS, Jw., No. 44, Whshlngten st iliet, big et ejlehd,
I~FFaesofLadies and Gefttlezew'sLines Cambric Hantikew-
chiiefs,man of which are extra sim.s ;- ex'a~ tue hem stikhba4m,
wrollgft in the corners. 'i Wlis6w -F1

-BOJ1 Js Jq 44; kbahigton treet,,bas recstved.
supply of 5-.8-Shakerbiaperu; Irish, Scotch, Russia and GVruKP=r
Tvw-ebb; j 74Lb_04,4 Fu'ehcbG6iqinaxNapkiine akmask.Lh
Toli t And Sugren W~v1 a Wesw
WX~J1FJ PS J, ,N.44, Washington istratfhapi recefid
lrlhew mpopm2ptal 4coeas of 7-8 and 4-4 squer*r haas 1AMs
Jiiitisw~rrntedallpure Ift"A;-,5-4, 6-4, 10.4 an# 12.4 extra
fine Irishi, Sc~teW."ad Russia Linen 8h~etlnqngs3't8 pillow case
Linens, of an extra fine- quality-together- with hia extensive a.-.
TI4naeniof Rkeepigortiewp. vWviaw P
nJ)~ A.O.&DCLOUNS, for w. tnists"Uaiag- A. & G
.4, D L, IjAberty ftaare,. (Ku ly sareq ha re 2W

Aleb cormus of pearl bihs, auilver, steel. hroiivifc- *ha
dran.,In ssotedqhaklea -; sty blpes, Fight ktW 1=d s-avy mum;
',-c~saret_ mulberriesanfd greens, of varios iladto an&it qalitis-
ored maskssk, in colors of "noem, bthma, ertauos and
dtd-biebiown an claret RatlmeU-F'e sale at' the lowest.
market prlces. *plefl F1
L TPM QQ YX9 'hi e fxns'I whole and de" ul "
sd-per w arnand gotshly'ROB'T AWLKTOR & CO.' 68,
Water.#rge. ii~ i'-- P

A.4 mowwrce, ad-Mid..towpes bForSW4, EU0BUICO.
4, Central wharf. -2wis
-RA08.2 IT00 dPer sklpQWQe -ikand f by EDWAAD.
(~Q~M~f,31, P-o"r". ti~. V
IC W&LALjtons-ipi CS d
M~jtA8*a4- HN:A, SoAW sae jMkfiLw oak ,32a
Pe fm,*4;w 7 4 S." Ar-I Z
VOhas fiat sate, -SOS cash.

wel Y-ROdA O N& t Fli;
10 P LO IEL-150 bbls esun firw 404gOW
'-for (mlty use, Iav*diu b ainuetdiph., and -foir
swle lot R, IMI C.41, Co~vihsefi wharf.
r*A4 h'VAR-lOS Snesbrow'f ftle UM a-I, IndhV
ILJL- srmy -'*AjKIN&)I* &RJUXANS-
rum Lt itp* & sa

SgjPsr,5' dododo ; 3d61%i65di Ito; 5db RV'# o
landing-gnm atrk Tilibo, i f l-iS4 uas'M
-! OSIAUi)IwflI1Un 6

UrFl*' ots Q;41, Cojnm w#*- .

atdn smafllhoppa=anqYDandannas, iR-j naI iSv
just received per Iouisa-aso,110 C41A.~i ~ -A

"0*IFart, ladhing *n4 Pt s4- 1WW.VTUCN r
BONA, 3T;&.3SS-enla-wbikrf. -Ii- v Ws F

aip' I fo.rW, wi, iaf-'. uf-
Missu-*01'W alt4 few w1V Lv

F11 teeby. &TIUKLRB(
F .7? t '
P 991M )tzi-,YOUE_ MulWl

S -- k OKATORO '! .*
v will be Ven by the [lahd-l ;:nd .Haydn 48cley",at .Boylstio
Hal, on _UNDAY EVELW]i, February selected f'os> the
W tR of distinguished Comipoerm.
*vtre,7. .PART 1.
0,vturB^ ".+.-. ** **."' ; : ,- = .'. '- -. w inter.
Chorams. Father w'e adore thee. Haydn.
Reeitation, Air3Ci00oru-s, f/em the OratslriO oftbe
Intercession, by -.-'+ P, Kiht
-Fatier, thy word ispast, sAe.
Duett. .Evenlng ong to the Virgin: : .
SAveSaoctisiiml, .. ,
Solo, Duett, Iec.. -" Raydw
4how lftlful thy garments, &o, .
-ecitation qud Crua. "- 5 ay ,
The host of MAlUan, &c.
Duett. Tham art come from the spirt tand. .
'ReciLtati nd Trio.- .- .- *. .- + e
S: ;:+ .f'i wb 'd my father, &c. .
.... DsdaiLul of danger.
Iaett. '-M'1s sweet whliu loudies sans arisea, &. '
Recteatia and Charus. '" .'--, .. l.Haydm
!I Now- tr lPhilistine, &c+. .
Lo, He cometh.
PART It. I .
ioras l- o, eBon, &. -- .. -. n &Cu L
S The horse o" hh ides il.,
RecitaU.l aln BSa. Angel of Life, & -. ..
JRecMtion, Seq and us. H deh
Thu. (ar ouruase, &-e .
eltatio 0and sag. Whon ftom the sacred garde n.
Chorus. 'Behold, H ndStnh upon thustorm. laydnl
Song. Fall-ofZion.- *' '
lisrus. He gave them hailstoe. HaadL
. Performance to.commenAce at kalf past 6 o'clock. ..
0j Tickets mny be had a the strwe of Messrs Pacoker t & ttMoU
-almattbhadouaro the H Ioanaalaz'ev i.ng. F*
NOTICK is here given, tbt'the subtmcriber h been dull
Appointed Admir"Wtkx to the estate of. ,
late of Billedes, the. County ot Mlddlasezx, yeoman, deceased.,
intestate, an4 h =It upon hlgmelf that trast by giving bojads
as the law direct. All persons maviqg demand. upon the estate
ofthe said deceased are required to jexhiUit Ihe same u and all
pesons indebted to the said estate are called ipoa-to make pay-
ment %a SJ J WALL BECK, Adsanisztrator.
SBtilertJan.10, 1837. i.*C3W Fl

SBosza3v, re.-To the Hon. Cortof Conummen Pleas, to be
-$olden at Noridpwo ke,.thefirtTesdaz ofNovenmber, 836.
4IJ.tY CLAk MA_.inlistraor with tuwill asnexed ow
tllbetate of PV li 'ehta. 1R ,late of Bof on, Massatbhse,
merchant, deceased, .eapectfly meprMents that the f0od1 sBl
.... tmelrs b lon~.~,*4 4uAd .tate, are notbufftientto pay the Just
dosts and. -Slwaes ,-said ducevMi-wherefste your petttioner
prays that herway be duty licensed to sel tIMe-te alm se of the
detaased, in Pahayra, in he Cooty of P' omereet, Maine, viz :-
all the title aeqauled by him teo a etafa lot of land, by vrtue-of.
an executloa agaoIst Thomas Lancey.
..... *\ --**' "*, iERY WaaRBN, "+
h' his Attorney.
-' iw+ STATE OF MAINE.- Ts .0.
4sta.v a if- 0f .Oit', Pisa*, Xvem,,so Torm, Ja. JD.
7 iUpon the foreuong pIttlon, Orfred, That notice be given to
all persons interested, bycimisrng an attested copy of said peti1
tnm with this order thereon, to be published three week# scties.
sivaly iL 't meet Journal, a'newspaper RintWd in lorridge.
wock, and the Daily Advertiser printed in Bosto, the last Imb-
ilatinn tO6 bWithi a4ys before ha Bnext terni of this Coi lwhich
is tobeholdWen at Norridgewock aforesaid, qn .tleaecosd Tuqg
S d of Maich next, (hat they may then appa ad shew caase, If
aby'they have, why the prayer of sai petition should not be
granted. Attest, .J. GQULD, Clerk.
(Ta of the petition .and order of Court the ..reon. i, /
+ I "AtOt.. J. GOUL44 Clerk. .
"Ffl) ]. ". W&Tn7thM13t h.
To the R6noramble-Jollces of the Court of COtammot Pleas, begun
apd h'olden at Caunbridge .e and for the County of Middlesex,
on the second Monday of December, A.D. 1836. -
rfffl E subscriters woull respectfully represlit, tfiat there in a
A. large and extensive trart of Swamp meadow and lowlands, '
containing by estimation five hundredtacres, lying and situated
pamtWin thte town of OCambridge and'pimftd in the towns of West
CamBridge and Watertown, in id e-omylof MifldlesexLcom-
mnely known as the Presh Pond Meadows." That said sanmp
Smeadows and low land. are wet and qverllowet by the watet
running from Frsidr Pond, #py Ptind'and other small utreame,ant
by the flowing of the tide uo Aytwife nrnok, so called to sch an
extent and for micli proportion of every year,as to render them soft
and miry, and almost w hty nprdducilve and worthless to the
owners'thereof-4tht it I Pwecessary ahd would be useful and ad-
vuntageods to 9ta ptoprfetofvs to drain said lands, 0Q taey might
thereby be east conveyed Into peat and grams '* s 6dows, and
rendWed prelaUl and valuable to the' owners, and evidently
beneficial to thj public. That-s id lands, may be drained-at a
mail oxpens tiearlng out afid req oving obstrmctions In the
brboks and str= is runningthrough and from said Ian;'by cut-
ting atIificlIl d4tches, and by erecting one or more dams and gates
Sacuss~sadd A-lW ri rok so asto prevent the reflow of tie tide
waters 6ver taiA meadows. That the principal causes of said
lkndsabehig oeko*ed ald'*et ate the obstructions, natural and
artificIal, e0odisting in and alodng.the brooks and streams passing
through nnd'fro1 .the same, lind the setting back of the tide as
aforesaid, and the$ prptetors ihae hnot been able to igree upon
the ezpedierley or the modeand mannerof draintngand Improving
said lands, nor thvye tley the powet to do so effectualla, astwit
be neieswpry to reste dams and gates across said Aylwife brook,
tn linds not belontuag tp said pmrprielos. Wh ore, the sub-
s cribers, being the .e.r .t interest ofthe proprietows ofsaid
swamp meadow apd loWa"nd, respectfully pray that this-Honor-
able Court will appflint thrme-eor more suitaPlejpemions, COmjnmis-
sinners to cause said lands to be drained and imppDved as iftoe-
said. '-, AMO$JILL, ajt+hb ..
Cambridgp, Nov. !, 18L,' ;, ., -
*? ,. "- .- .
tddlusof At the rt of'Comnaoo Plams, begun and holdend r
a+t Uamiidgf, with.ad for said. county of Middlesex, On the
a. ond Monday of Dee.ber,A, 0.23 -. .
S Qn the Petition aforaid, Ordered, th*t. the Petitioners notify,_
all persos a4d mrporatLs interested there, to:apw r at the
Np xt term of this .Cot, to e bolden&, Comcor4d wihip amnd for
said .Covntyw U m second Monda of. March, AD. 1837, by
S carusin,,a ~a~eted ey of this said .petition, an4aius order,
t uereo, to be published iq tIn tudendent Chronicle isid Koston
Ptrio a newspaper printed in Beton,-three weeks succeaw~e-
ly the last publIcation to beI fourteen 4aysat least before the said
second Monday of Marhb next, that they may then and&there sh-
e sif apy they have why the ptper 6f said peittom awhod
ofTftmtgato + *,-" "
-* *" ', B. rHNmll, Csi&,k. ."
Copy of Petition and rider thereon. ":
:* Attest: m -E. BFHINS, 3.C
F e b J .. .-' / ...- 'W --', -. 1
L] [NTOR PtoAeS 'o Feb. 1st, .Is lmed IM
day, sd may beI h~, t S. BUIDETT'S Foreign Bookstore,
Coutt street-price 04L.. pi..
Soi.ma-ire-Elleest tre deFrance: eomimencementl
de la momnarcte FrancFe.- nuit dujour de I 'an.--Ces Echas-
sea.-14ie: a un$enfse.--rL'Etrangere.-Le agemet. apili-
eux-.D fables eralres d'lriarte, traduites par F. M.J. S.-
Quatfe wJdote---Suite du a IeJbapitre du Solitaire.--Le jeane
phmiosopb...pApercWpolltiUpe. .. -'
S Thiu claimAitl paper, iitendpd to promote the progress of ama-
touM of the Freoch, lfpapae, is the only eoumv edited hybd4
X.J. S ul Freac lt I-ructer. A -FA
OW-8, BRO9'A:1>R & 90. 14<7 Washingtii 'eA, havr
this day published the AMERICAN M.TqzpH V 'MAGA--
ZINE, fi e,.-F a. .. / .. ., ,,* .
Inkb vnirber Is emnbeished1U ~ft 1 by idutTl gngaVln.gof
Maid of Bamqoaa, an# co 4b uE v6j6u ex6qellenc* by
some r oO"r best sclhaWra. -, -. < *
SA. Ge ner. A new .fti., with engravings a d illustrative..
A fewcef just r eii 6 by JORDAN. -
&LANY, fMhbruark6Litbdid 'by B. A.N'A6dre, aided by b
Mea. Awbort and 'bthefRvaYfd-d*Iter%;. T viww -tothe promotion" of practical ti.gime, and dediedNtdc:tien
itself, to the entire reigios p*. W Monthly, at only $2 peryear.
F l :, "I I W ,S JORDAN.
A LM PVIItSh4T4lWS,4r -t at-VOSfMAN'S
S ll(eraary ,iboms, 121, Wasington street. .- F4 -
aOim N *tifj Aall S.-SyB 0
-vl Remas of the CretaM ouGQroup 1of the Untd t-tq. -,
stated by 19 pl--t is added aI Appe ix M2ntsA,,if,
tng a tabular vip.w of tftl tertiary fiwsils hitherto discovere, in
North America. By 5AmeI G(eorge Morton, M.U. I vol. 8vo.-
This d- raceaivae at, TItuKioa'.' aer ubltaa ,
Scboo~ikreete. .... i.-,$ -: -" F1 +sz
ITNMr'i.4fi.--(uEcasMed 'd. Nap, Saroet, Gilraia 4
a i immtat mfentu'a LU~i lla, of, Higharm Manurf.ptuire.-?
fosmisaty u "- :i. SAM'L F. SABRY, .
+h m + ." -, 1-+".** -' rs < :*:*. 81, W a te r stre -

=I !M,--1m5 bales Fisma*el, variousstyles and uali
1'. it'--feorAWeby SAMJL F, BARRY,- -
Jan 30 Islm 61, Watesatreet -.
C ASSI XIMU&RB, A SATIIWET.-50 caseOlAbk; drab.
1-iaoendes-andd mifit As4.i;neres 30 do drab, lavender and
inuxtstlatiaef--for sale-byI -A L F. BA iY,'
Joa 30 isis 61, WatrMtreet. -
PL E5I SWIrNG giLIK.-10 ames blue, cloth pcolouratni'
4S da TtilFap Sewoguik--Fcr sale by
.. gWA,&R STODDARD & co.
.-1 i 3w _. o. 71, State strs.L
yRL> 9- __ ** *
1fA I1r3R1 NWNB .-4 cases of new and beautiful Cap Rlb-'
S, o--Pahortale by JEp4.%WT DS,' STO)DDARD CO.Ni. 7N,
Statereet.- ia3w I Jan
S"*f y <-^ ,. .i ,.' .. .. ..; ..i).+ "
BitOALDCLOTHS.-Perkiasville Cloth', of varlods 'olhi
Saute mqaisity-Foarsaleby DEN-NY &VDUTTON, 41h Klby st.

t LDJCEL-.8400 lbs fine Fleewe
V. Wool; 25 casks FrenchTazles; 200 M, American do.
I'900 lbs Salonica Wool, .. .
/ "'5000 do ElIma do, .. suitable for flannel-i and
4000 do fine picked wahed do.. ( satinets.
./O0 dO coarse do Aa ,. d" J
1 0 casks Dteehn Mni 4;r, For sale on favorable term@, by-
M'[IL F. BARRY, 6, Wat4r street., isIm Jan98
_.| ._ '-A-_ L g- A Oi- QA.I %-A C rSt.. hAI.-. '

Til' Th fast Sailling copvretd brig 'IfRALD, John Basnl.
coat, master will -be despatched for the above port in a
fev days., For freight or pussagu having good accommo-
dations, apply to JACOB FORSTER, Jr., 26, Long wharf.
DJg 20 'etpts2w
,-. '+ FOR ROTT'ERD I.. .
hia brIgWILLIAM DAVIS, Gapt. Cornish, will take
.... freighter trhe asbove potort, or for Amsterdam. Apply to
EDW. CABOT, 59, State, street. itf' d 2
'j^ F-OR 8 I^-~'JV.JH^-ii'sc Yre~iL'^
SThe packet schr CORAL ROCK, 0. Noedham, master,
Swill sail as above. For freight or passage, please apply
to the master on board at T wbarf.,or th WRIGHT, Ja. 9, T
wharf. istf Jan 30
.j t + '.O6 BATRV AT.
SThe new,fast Saftlng acket ship CAROLINA, Capt J.'
,' Harding. will have immediate desnatieh. Fnrfreikht'or


MISS CLIFtTON-3d uight of her eit.ement.
On which occasion she will appear fur the first time inthin Cityj
in the character of LADY MACBETH-represented by her
ait Covent Carden Theatre with distinguished sucema.
Will be performed. ShAkspeare's celebrated Tragedy 'Of
Macbeth, Mr. Hieid. ,
SMacduff, --- .- Mr. Murdock
Banquo, .- Mr. MUzzy.
The whole of the Music will be executed by the Ladies aod
Gemitlemga of the Company and extra Chorus attached to the :

......NATIO. iAL iTH1i 1TR ....

----- ,QF .j WWVjr j- U ,UAU.. ..LOV C- 1 .. .. in
passage, having elegant furnished accommodations, apply, to the To conclude thelubeF ce called FiREMANS ADEif9SS, -by Mr J. Adams.
master on boatd, at Lewis's South wharf, or to A. LOM- .., THE DEAD I"OTI _. ..mippe.................. ...by................ MisQ. Fox.
BARD & 00. No*. 13 &, 14, new stone Stores, said wharf. Capt cannon, -- Mr. Johnson. YABE STORY. hy Mr J. Adamso,
Jan3n0 .t- +, 'T i i, ---.- r. Andrews.'
--, --_ .... "- -LOUISA, .- MISS CLIFTON. To conclude with the admired& Dramia of '.
o0OR 4KO^, 0ITY POJVT'# ,R1C0HAOJVD, .. ..... .. I.. _, THEBaBSt -
'.pox WQ*p WITH DZSPATCH. C fI rtoors open at 1 o'ciock-Performances commence at 6 OR-THE ORPHAN OF GENEVA I -
The packet scBr TARQUiN, Capt. Sparks, will sailas f having ar..e nt c w Carewinl, (first appe-aranc on any sage-) g i Asr .Barber.
a=itbove. Apply on board, south side of Long Wharf. or to -il r t -iwscu sevmf arrive t tuees E-pP Maraetten -n d eAnderson.
ELIHU RJR.8.lIUonE wharf. eoSt. Jan 28 "repeatblIourse 0o fIitures on' Egypt, aJ. .,
EI4HU REED Long Wharf epist(' Jan28 iSaliem, at the' Odeongicommnenetngu ODAY 'EVENIl-N T. COWER'S BB^ERIT-N4TIONAL. -
YOR A-L.EX4AJ a 1)ZORGRIrTO-W., 6 fA8HJf7OTOJ, Jan, 30. at 7 o'clock. The second lerture will take placed on th .A CAR".-T. COMER respectfully announces to his friends
S- -" "7' 'IT- D35PAWH. 1 following Friday,WaWdthe third on Ttmwday, Feb. 7. and the public that his first Benefit at thi Theatre will take
j The fast salting packet brig TOKEN, Crowell master, Mr. Catherwood. will also deliver a DayCourse, commencing place on FRIDAY,-Feb.3,-on whIckotamstonwill lwb4rfortned,
willsail as above.- For freight or passage,having good ac- On Wednesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock.. The second lecture wiu the FOUNDLING OF THE FOREST: D. Valmoot, Mr Pelby.
commodations, apply Nos, 13 &14, Lewis's wharf, to take plaeon Satarday afternoon, Feb. 4, and the third on the A variety of pleasing Entertainments, eluding with the favo-
th master on board, at said wbarft, or to A. C.LOMBARD_ O0. fbBowiUg Wednesday. i te Melo [lama of the MIILER AND HIS MEN, with all the
T 1harf. 4 J' ist' '.Jan 3 Children wililbe admitted to.the Day Course at halfprice, o riinall lusic,'nevdr before performed In Bbston. Sex Book is
....' .. 'w .Tlckets to be' had at the bookstores ot Perkins & Marvin, No. row opep. -F
*FO I-JOitE".J. TUR-RS LIXZM. IWashitgton street ; W. D. Ticknor, coner of School street .SO A.. -
FJS-e IAMe w -'tiponJrNo.7M.Waahin)on street. BOSTON ACAD tMY bPA lC..
WKThe fine, coppered brig ALAGA, Captai A. Crowe-, i a SMWIs s
-" 1l0 ..,Above. For freight r pssa apI to Y, C, hoir and'OriueltraofeheAcatjmy,.at i theOe ono
Otr AOLPHU4 DAV1S,13, Central .whaf, 1or to tha master "-,.CO zSELSr' .MEETI. "' PAnT FIRST.
on board, opposite Jaq 30. -A TATED meeting of the Counselrs of ,the Masachusetts --Chorua. Pfromthe Operaoflemnramlde--heGod '
0 B*LtLr.MJOfn .r A jv_1J'_NI .SjXO tDWA "rc" LJIedical Society will be held at the Society's Room, Athene- of Israel. -/ ,eRoelnh
")-- wi DEASP'T CH "'w am Bilding, Pearl street, on WEADNESDAY, the ist day 6fFeb.' r-Duet. 'Tis sweet whe cloudless suns arise. ,G. J. Webb.
t 'he~LE CaB Bax-,ter,5 'wi reaa tt'anext, A'+-o Hc n" "A ""horu, Froma O the Opera, of qdelio-Owhatgde ,
= -T + .&.Jer EAGE,-Cap. A. WtoA.+ A U _sii t n .... JOHOMANS,.Raec.Beeretary jgs, &c. Be n
sove. For reiglit Isae apalo on board at,#.ligts, &c Beetoven.
c.. av. W10tm-4.--solo on t '101Vioi..

Me wai, a r uft HORACEU uu( & U.-NLO. J, new DUlliinjg,
said wharf, or to A, C. LOMBARD & 00O., 13 & 14, new stone
stores, Lewis's south wharf. Jan 31
3 e. (Will sail as soon as loaded.)
LB TheflineachrVINDBRILLA, Davismaster. PFr bal.
ance of cargl, apply on' Oard-, or to. ALHEUS HARDY,
17, -City wWar.- 1 t t W 14
Mro PwiJDXLPMi-. UioXio LWK.J
The regiflar packet brig FAIRY.--- master. For'
A freight or passage, apply oRboard, at Philadelphia Pack-
et PIer, M tftle wharf, to JOHN ALBREE, 34, or
to IV. B. REYNOJ4D), 5, Commerclalst. -
'eoodawilkHe taken or tihe West by the sane Line.

ro# PaidWL VLP11M-Rii 4f1A CNE,
"J& hfiracket brig GiORGIANA, B.'S. Howea, master.-
Apply to NICHOLS_ WMITZEY, tq the mater, or
to RICE & TItAXTER, P7,' oopgwharf,
a *s *. .r- + -" "
The schr WDONOUGH, Capt. D. 0. Lovell, will sall
Sas above. 'For fight or pasIage apply on 'board, at Mer-
eatfle whafi'ot-toH. SCUDDER & CO.No new
bmliiditVrst ai t a-.rf. Ja 31
rPO '.J 6oR-DESPA TCH I z-.-witra deta j, ;
~.j The packet schr FREKITRADE, R. McGrath, master
,UB + will sail as above. For freight or passage, having good
*7. aaccqmmodations, apply to LEWIS &-LAPP,18, Central
mharf,iv to the master, on board, oppositesouth side. Jaa 30
P)R S F3.
..The gootschr GOLD IUNTER, 58tos, suitable for
.rthe ,t bhint, bpseis, ana ,vtH be si1low to clo e'acon-
cern. 4pply to LiAMBARD &* BA+NG9. 16, Commerclal whai,,
Gralte' Stores, eptstf Jms 2
LFM The bark WALLACE, Samuel Thaxter, Jr., mater,
M ".usiowa 400O bMxes 8ugar,is now in order for any vOyage..
7- Apply to BATES &, C00455, Commercial wharf.
Jani3. istf .
o. .,. Fk IlGT OR CHARTER.
^ Tae brig TOINE.TE, John Ewer, master, burthelmw83
ts, copper fastened, now in order for any voyage. API.
,ly+ to BATEI 4r+ O. 5,, Commercial wharf,.
Jani3 t" l .tf "
~F" OR P sL, ,:
Th- 'brig- PLANIT, coppsi fastehed and coppe ed, a first
AKrkat 'teesel ofiher class, well found, 208 tons hurtlien, car-
lMies '280 abrets, Or 1300 boxes sugar. Apply 'tI E. HATH-
AWAY & CO. 39; omercipl wharf, eplstf JanIS
'' -' FOR SLEr,
The new first class copper fastened ship TRIUMPVPZ
a34 ea tinsael .;&-her frame-is white oak, and slip'as
built at Bid4afodi tder the immediate Inspection and :sperlt.
tendence or the owners, by men hired by theday.-4Iermterlals
Me-all of the best quality, and she is l-said to be as good a ?Sam' as
ever was built in the State of Maine. She lies at theaendof Long
wbxf, and can- be examined by any one dedirouasof purehaslg.
For trmv, &e. apply tW GEO; WH[TT8MORR .
Jan 93 itt 3% %ong wharf.

S'. ;uy* + FOR &.LE, .
A Anew Vesset,'building at Qmncy, will be completed
4Mbarly in March,ofthe following dimensions: Ten'gtheodbck
S""WIN -,breadthof 'beam, 22 feet 6 inches; deptb 6t holf
S8ft lOlftches; about 150 tons, built of the best materials aad
copprfamtened. ,Appiy to JOHN L. S 0UTlER'n, a"Qbi'dy, or
te-4.Oa-DOM ABD& CO.T wharf. iM9 2 ."-"-' 43
Bs -. FOR SALE, -
.The brgAALgXANDUrA, ballt at.Duxbury, copper faa.
tened and coppered, 127 tonq burthen. For terms, appl
to CARTWRIGHT & THAYER, IV,India street..
-Jun F;-
ft:ortood seloaners, suitable for coastfing or fishing,
v I tons.
.^ ADi .SNTUn.ER, 7 ,,
I?DtPEN D INCE,.43 "

W&S sm'

JarT 2

._ : A Sodor of 6 t4o0 bbl s, wanted fbo p w Sotbehe port
Sand back to Boson. Apply at x1. 9i94, Central wf.
Jan%1-episw STEVBN8,-FIHBNRA& CO.
A Vesel from 100 to 150.to m.,for a Southern por .L- Ap
.-. ply to A. HARDY, 13, Jy..wirf. is3t Jan31

1',.4' P ACKET OFiryCEJrUlaO~VED.

A Cf'k.a >Patket OfficE for ChdMlaes
A1. .*. Co.AazmiD, D, .C.,'eM AfMtws, Is remnveel*om
T wharf, to Letvis.salfvMasjt* .i avw Smae o satu. *'
Jan 30 epsf .
t iUS;-T~he ^subiMbere oha n BoW vhand
v-.and is constantly receiving Jirect from the most eminent
,makers in London, a- supply of their best MARINE CHRO-
P(ofT'-09 r b k'wi tae warranted to perform withgrt aeu-
rcy, and'ti1bo.aoldo oh vorableterm ..:
... r.,..-iw '. SIMON WIkLADI), ir. '
'+ + 9,' # ; ...
iPeas of C.ron.mn.ers, and their rates acciratelydetemi ed by astron.
domtical obserucs.. c a"feltf a 9
'iVkt FMETP 11ms[DAID MqLAMS8s. HOurnTr
T; r .c.-T da i ann trom thM brig "UlUW ptan Adie,
from Trii.da de Cba, 180 casks M a s and 5bsWe Honey. '
S.Alq. -ftra the brig Jw,, froi Matoiasi, 124-Mhds Molasses,
and d0 tierces Honey. For sale. by. CHARLES S. CLARK, b6,
lIndia wharf. 3tia Jaa 3
) .U.WO,,DEMr" M he! + ,&ped&' qallty, for sal by
W:740.- SWBETT & CO. 16, Ctomndfuae street
4 Jan 27 '
o 4XA.--160.bushels Soulrk Oai-for male b -I
,+J + -+39 ,-.'-z A--,.wis..'. -, -'... ... .- UGAJ.-40btTx^ pSn1 ava1a brwn 5u for sale by
S JEREMIAH KA'HZEtAR;'l, Central wharf. -Is6t' Jan 30
M -- +-193cak avana. Molasses, :landinga-AMK-or
1W.. aai fi & Q. KNIGHT, 45, Central w rarf.
Jan 8 islOt .
0 US5t'r . blude.s and Mi aturet-For sale by H. COBB & CO.,
6, Broad street. is2w Jan 24.

WELXSr- BATB-l1,00 Counteeses; 1,000o mna.ll do .
35,000 Ladies; 37,00 doubles-for sale by THWING '&
PERKINS, 28, adla wharft,. isim Jan4
IALSttI COAL.--WO tons Saleram Ve Coaj, wr.
Sranted eqmalif not superior to any Anthracite Coal brrphttto,
ths market-For salsa by NATHA N W. BRIDGE, 9,AComnereiaJ
wharf. iatf l
811VSTW I*ttnB 1biusite by E.-ATKINg, 13,'Rowe's wharf.
vI- Itf Jani't
l]A &WOR SIATPBSo-- 8.-tona 16 by 8 inch, 100ol4 by 8
.*J inch .Ladies, and 50 tons Imperial Slates, of the best quality,>
jtq ,jrceqeivWaUd-tfr ale- by NATHAN W. BRIDGE, ,'omdi
pimercial wharf. istf C .- -' a-27
66OD.-200 cord W'ood, in rahge-'-For sale by NATHA&
,; BRIDGE, 9, Commiercial wlharf, istir .n17
IKENTUCKY TOBACCO, all Mratle,'forsale by '-
XL -. .- I THW -NGi-"P9 RKINS
Jan 4, mlis. 28-, India-wharf.
M ADRAS IDxKPS.-A few trunks of fine quality, forsale
Jan 4 Imis 28, India wharf.
jCALCUTTA SILKS9,-12 cases Chbppas and Bandannas,
, -fn w b;.. n A .;t-Tla..s.i e-i a-A .. .. TEn^t11T2 W l f n lrti

MOTIOC .-Th PtroprIetors oe tte Boston and Hlngham
4- Steamboat C0otpany, are hreeby notified to meet at Old014
ioany Hotel, in Hitgham, en WEDNSFIAY, the first day of
February next, at 11 o'clock, A. 1L. for the choice of Officers, and
the-tfansacetih of any other bus bes that may regularly comebe-
fore tbej.' Per order of the Director. .
__ ".,L ,BELA WifTA,1 Ulerk.
inghanm, an ii 19, 1837. W&SistFl
ii Yl'ST MARJ-IKETq-The minmbers of the Bolston
1Market Asociatlop are hereby notified that their annual
meeting for the.cholee of officers and the transaction of such
other busineusias rday come before them, will beholden at theft
Room No o vwr the Market, on'MOINDAY, February 6, at 7
o'elok, P, M.' Per order. ,
JOnA. ^RLiNOH, Ja. Proprietors' Clerk.
Jan 24 epistM16 y "
k HOLD1ERS' MEETING,-A meetingof the tociholders of
Sinolk insurance Compa~ny'wflt be holden at 'their Offce, in
Stale street, on ,MONDAY, the 6th *day of FebruMjy nex, at 10
o'clock, A. M. for the purpose of filling vacancies in the Board of
Dlre*tor+, and for the transacqi.o of such other buoinessas may
come before them. .
Jan 19 eplstm' fiELAM W. HAYWARD, Sec'y.
C O P-r T"l'Bf]LNS4ttI r y b give noUce that they have this day formed a Cppartner-
ship. for the purpose of manufacturing Flint Glass, u fder te firm
of qJOSEPH MCCARTHY & CO t They lrthergivaotic.hat
they have appointed SAMUEL ALMY, their buymg anid selling
.- JOHN McCARTHY, Jr,. .
South Boston, January 30th, 1837. epislw Jan31
partuership heretofore existing under the firm of ,HAS-
NGS &: B -OO$.K, is this day by mutualconsent dissolved.
* The businesss of the late firm will be settled by Luther Brooks,
who wilt continue to deal In Lumber on the premleem of the late
East Cambridge, Jan. 10, 1837., *WSis3w Jan 12

J. partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers, u*-
er the firm of BJAXTER & DUTTON, is this 4ay- dissolved by
mutual consent. The aff.rs of the late firm will be adjusted by
either of the subscriberi .. /
Jan, '13,1837. :' I*BNJAMIN DUTTON.: -
The subscriber, of'the lfe firm of paxter & Duttotf, will con.
tinue business at No. 34,-'Central wlhar, wier heo utrs for sale I
a gepetoalasnortmentof W. I. GOODS,rPHIP STORESa, &c. and!
solicits the patro+nae of thie former customers of, tle lat firm. -
Jan; 13,1837.' eopis3w ., [JDiU -
(6*dAWTNrBSHiP lIOTICe.-Thle subecribes gitve
notice thatt.boeyavt associated with them in their business
from thisdate Mr.,HNRY A. NHO(tOH$S, The.businesrwill
be cotlinuael uder the fim of A.',CLOM1lARKD & CO.
S, ... : AVMI C. ,OM-BARD,
lQ ton, 9d Janm 1837. .. Isi ,

VFOPRDad WW NZRYS. BALLARD, of the late firm ofJOHN
H. BRADFORD &CO. have ormd- a coMetion in business
w)th Kn, JAMES McCALL of New Yeork, for the purpose ot con-
dcting a General Importin and Commssion Businessin that
city, tinder the firm of JAMES McCALLG& CO.
Boetoi, January 2, I837 eptsim -
HmJE3HRY RICE has-his day taken Into Copartnership JO4N-
PARKER,; and business will be transacted by them, under t
firm of .. 1 HENRY RICE& CO.
Bosto, January 6, 1837. Is2n rJan go
RUEBWVAL.--DENNY & DUTTON have removed from 2
eaJeV,Kuby street. -- Istf J-

uJ~zt,6 4E J it lLliVILLE BAMIK, bought
i --,, .4, CLARK'S Exchange Offie, "
..epla2w... : No. 6# Cloy HBll.
IL mprcifl wb4ei. istf Jiw3p0
E XC0LXA N ;, I OaDONl-.For -sate b) JOHN IF.
S I TCOLN ,+49, ndia whlarfe^, ++ +.- Bis+ -' Jan31
Tr|L~i~lS-000Spa*Ish WH'hfU'afog sale ~by '
,:+ = "--, /. BAWARD, ADAMS & CO. ,'
4n es -, e :-,,,.). 41, Comnerllwbar6.
I#ETY SQUIRREL ROB MS.-One case Siberian Squlr:
OI phes,. very,,4ark _oqr<, just received per- brig Czar-Ma
from r'i ,and orsaie by CBRN ELlIUS HERSEY, 11, 2ea-
tralstri .:' + .s i "-. ;* f- la3t */ .". '*Jan OG
-d' b ii 51 X "
^'".^..,./~''1* .I3-'SB iCOCOA P.&^TIB, .. "
Jfc1TARN. &-UI BY, No. 134, STATT dTLhXT, have or spJle,
"TW. a, 'aw preparation from the -ocoai Nit, and
other tained iets- higty JutAritweus.--It has. a pemuliarly. rich
fav, is Avoid of the oilo onatve to, manyin CI eapepajtioa
an vep maye madready for do
fefOg~tNOT wth bolliln? pater only. By tftteort t
mot .datingutshed physiclns of the iy, hai Bn made
acUWaMlte. with its composition, iis higlyj1pr;ove0 d as a bever-
age light, alutary 8an4d nutrtcioupto aevertA da sea, invalids,
and ali cqnvarescents, All Tr Ae Jer bysaea or Jlg4#d all
-6thers who desire beautiful bever-ge, whtchca .bpre-2red in
One Minute, Will And it a valuable article. WAI stt I S
RBMA- 1A'"MAO OA, AI. MA.-N*, k-'be
w; l 48 bashkets- Macjaroni 8 cases ann; f casks O.
Ive W., and i-ton Cork Wood. received 'pe brtg +Amelia; from
Naplps, and for i hOW ijA N BR0OWN. GQ. 4%9, Commercial
wh af. .-. -- : ,.. i. + .. .; -_ ./ d 14
fWlfIfAjk OWL, -700 gallons Refined Whale Oil-.-for sale A
V No.,AoQenara wharf, byOJWQ S D. GARDNER & COQ..
Jan 37 2 9wzs .
B JN A, T I -77a nlbs Usarj.ved, and for gale- by HENRY
W. PICKERING, 15, nion wharf., istf d 2.
,0 00t1. CIGARS of superior quaUty and of favorite
*W7UUUU .brands, entitled to debentune, just* received and
for ale at No. -, Merchants' Row.
Jan 17 is2w CURTIS GUILD.
'ST. JA60 COiir0EE.--34f lbs St. Jago de Cuba Coffee,
for sale at No. 5, Central' wharf, by JOHN D. GARDNER
& CO. 2wli Jan 27
,W OOD CLOCICS-t10 of Daniel Pratt. Jr's manufacture,
Yof a superior truality, for' sale by A. R. SNOW No.' 2,
North Market street. 2ws w Jan 90
PALI, LIEAi.-55,000 Palm Leaves, from Mansanila--for
sale at-No. 5, Central 'wharf, by JOHN D. GARDNER &
CO. 2wis ; Jan7.
W-17HITE BMIANS.-150 bbls white Beaps, in prime ship-
Spiwg order, fdr 'ale by FISK & LKLAND, 21, Long wharf.
Jan 19 -Imis -
V'OUTNG TIYSON TB8A, in wholes, halves and boxes.;
Y ASSIA, in cases and mate-for sale by & C.
] I ; "+ BRYANT, STURGIS & CO. .
Jan 17 istf A 57, Commercial wharf.
Ir OLLAN --bJN -6 pipes, Key brand, entitled to debenture,
L for sale by H. INCHES, JR. T wharf. eopistf Jan 30
oz-for sale by -. H. INCHES, JR.
Jan 30 eopistf T what.
SHEEP SKINS,-For sale by S. AUSTIN,Jr. No. 34, end
k of India wharf, 15,000 prime Cape 'of Good Hope Sheep
Skins, landed from the bark Nautilus,from Cape Town.
Jan 19 istf

W-.%r daTtR-'- lA hl4UippA ,....A *. .9 ..'And la'-.Am.i.fR-

A-Glee. Poor Insect! l- Dr. Calleatt.
'6--Overture. Composed- for the Concert' -of Magde- -
burg. J. KalIwoda
7-Quartetto. From the Opera of Sewiiramnide--Where
i are thy bower-a,&c. Ropslni.
.-.Th.e Second Advent. Neukemu.
";. ; .. +, -' ,. ?*BalT s0D: ,-' .. + .
?ART al0ePZ -
-kRecitative and Chorus. -From Haydn'. Mass,
No. 1. Nwthet arosee a'new King. Hayd,.
S.-D-ramatic Fantidla upon the Organ, represening a ..
Co-net od a Lake1 interrupted by a thusd 'r
storm. Neca
3--Recitatve, Cioru, &c. FIom Moses f Egypt'
"Thupbsaiththe ord, &c. "*' ,-t
4-So.ng. The Death of MaMinon.-The war that ,
Sfor aspacedid iflL -.-' Dr. Olirk.
r-Double Chorus. (From Israel in Egypt,) ,He gave
the- hailstoges, &c. "- "' Handel.
:YTickets for theremainder of the season and forth evening,
my fe o0taned of Perkinas & Marvin, Parker& Dfton,; 0. C.
G2eenleaf, .at Colman's Literary Room#, an4 at the door onV the
evening.; H performance. .
Doors open it 6 o'clocibk: performance t commnence precisely at
7 o'clock.' neceMreeslyat
7o'ok, "-a" 3ia Jan30
S1NGINI SCHOOLS by Mr.. Mano, assisted by Mr. Wood-
For 'New Beginners. A term of 24 lesson will commence at
the deon, on FRIDAY EVENING, th Jan. -and becontined
For Advanced PNpilsO;@ term of So lessons Will commenece-at
the roo* under Bowdoin street Churob, on THURSDAY EVE-
NING,,19t Jan, and he continued on MONDAYS aqd THURS-
DAYSiexcepit on the first Monday of each month, when the les-,
Lon will be omitted. '
Tibk#s Of admission to either of the above classes,. at 3 each,
may be bad of Messrn. PERKINS & MARVIN,, or at the dimr
on the 8rst-evening of the term. isw Jan.2Q,
' 'OCT. GORDON, of Hingham, respectfully gfveimtpce. that
1' he has opened a Boarding House for the Insae, in ht town.
'frbhouse is well known as the '"lappod House." it las
bewa' favorite summer residence for fiveof, ix' years, is nearly
new, and well calcuiited for ts present purpose. The situtioa
Is very retired, being about. of a mile from the main road from
Hingham to Cohasset, and about a mile from the landing of the
..ngham and' Boston Steamboat. 'No dwellingp +are in its lmmw-
ditat vicinity. The House stands upon the banks of Wae River,'
and- cnmmandsau extemsiwe view of the sea.. .In the summer
season, rwoms for salt water bathing wlbe built afew rods fromA
It. Suitable carriages and attendants wil be provided. ."
The attention ofthe public is respectfully Invited to'this Houne
for tie healthy-and careflhraoeammodhtun of the Insane. Appli.-
catlin may be made to Dr. GORDON, at Hlngamtn, or to 'Dr.
C HA'S GORDON, No. 6, Winter street, Boston.. w
:Jan 21 epislm-W&Six2m '

N OTICE iS hezeby given, thdt an assessment ofiAve dollars on
each and every shame of the capital stock of the Western
Rail Road Corporation, han ,been laid by the Directors, payable
to tle Treasurer, on Monday.the sixteenth day ofJamuary-next.
Payment may be matdeat the Oriental or Market4;Bamks, go-
toio ; the Chicopee, or Springfield Bank, Sprlngfieldthe Farmers'
andi Mechanics' Bank, Albany; or theNorth River Bank, Hudobi.
S yordero ftbeDirectors. JOSIAH QUINCY, YR.-
+. .., ..c. 16. '+Treasurer W.A. R. .O.
SBoton, Oct. 4,1836. ,- Istf,; / fd21
a ... str et, Ao'o. 6,-i -.ereMt"Ba. Building. I" -
" .fa tt 8 ... .++]+", "-.^ ... +'+:- :: ++,'+ + epttiot

: efer to *. -" ..
+Meqrs. Bates -Co. .. ... '
A. T. Hall & Co. Boston.
Jan 27 IstMchl Sos6m

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5' --~ au~xJ~
- I .'- .

... ., Office No, 49, ST 5-TXrRST, :..
.. -*Maz*tan6 losses adjusted. :. W .Sistf-s '
'~ :<, V .+ 1+ .: l, l "7 ,. ,1-1,
W'AZ]E TNOIjCEC,-.4 Bills, against the Bostoni Fife 6DO
apartment, must be presentedt to ts'lafice-r+npmpWaef.ore
fte 3d day o1the nouth, t 9ht1 tie Iwfll nprId %roM pf
llthe following :nontt {' '- b. ,
[, -, -, WM..BABNIeOAT, -Chief EAg'r-Bostoa Fire Dpl.
Engiiineer'sOffice Jan. 28tp,1837. Swi- ., ,
SPAiYpnr fiher friendpi and the public, that they a.vB
t a#a o[ce No 55, Court street. neatly opposite Tremiont
b.wlaerd orders wil be received, d meet wt po6pt at-
tel ion, in the following briacbet, vi;-Silk, Cotton and W -ol-
-le Dying,.inall theiaUtied Fancy Painting on tIkt.. Cot-
aud Woollens. Als, glao Cottons for Ca, bici, Silealas,
gW ins, &c. &.c. ; likewise, Ladies' and Gentiemen's Garments
and Finished in npertor Mtyle ; silk, htnerind',and 'nape
S leoiHdkfs, Veils, Moiemry, Rtbbons, Braids, &'e&c. Hav-
.- very extensive establishment, with alj necessary and im-
d machinery, and the two departments of wholesale and
.It woibks being separate and independent of each' other, all
t w we*k shall be dede in a style,aft4d with Promptness not
.x< by smj estabLiphment ofthaekind in this county.
-- .JOHN, HRALL Agent.
,..J*3) WI jBacW s3i- *' *
"* rDEALER1S I*1PAP B.R ^|l S,-The sub-
riber -aitending to rel inquirs hhrpeiitbiaass,. offers foW
sal I stack of Paper Hangings, to~efs I"-i1tb w tile i unenpiwl
a cip y imported within the last year; the'store Is ceuutbwly laoc
ted The whole'or a part of the stock is offered at a low rate for
'aor ona long credit, with satisfactory security. --
along '. KILBY PAGE,
11 W&Slslit.ostf 9, Court street.


NES.-100 qr- casks Old Sherry, *rom Gordon;, Shield'
Crawley and other distinguished housess; 40 qr' casks
hiMalnuwY (pure Juice); 40 qr casks French M pi 3SO
Wscat; Sicily, Por, an, Madesira, in' pipes, yaves and
ks. ,AsoQ, Champaigne, and other *Wines, which were se-
ijn Erope, and are offered_ for;+ el, y "

*7F 01"
104. msyoisE A~an*co

RZEMOVAL.-The subscriber infornhs his frenild and tie
public, that he has removed his stock ofrockery, Glass and
China Ware frainTm 37 to8 Washington, anm4 J10,Devn ire st.,
and hwa associated himself i,,business with CnAL3xs GATL a
and GzoaG-'W. WOLBU.,6 underthe frm'of GAYLER PIERCE
& COLBURN, and feeling grateful for paht '4vors, respectflly
solicits a coatiuainee of palrotage at the uteW tal+. .. '.
,' '. .-"-- + -< ;+- ,<.TJ"Pa A, PM BCXF
Bo+ o a ~ 8 7 '. ..-.,; -.o- +,. ** ,+' ++ .+ .,
N.B,-lt being' important thaMt all the outstanding accounts of
the old concern should be closed as soon as possible, it Is hoped
and requested thatall persons having acco'ints wilt hind t1Sia
in for settlement, aid all indebted will make immedtia psymeo(.
.Ja-7 istf
+OO ttI.-GO4 LZR P&eRCE 4- & C0 *Whavlng takl,
N the new Stores 98, Washbington, and 10, Devonbhire street,
which beingcoannected, make thi most .eonven lent prendse. In
the city, intend conducting tbe Crockery, Glaps and China Ware
'husiness in all Iats branches. The retail business will be coqduct-
ed in t'e rooms oi' Washington street, wbhickare fItted up in the
meet Splendid manner f"r the prpe. where wtl alwasbe
round a full a Srtentof RICH qINA and G UTGLAS, 4f
the most fashionobl t patterns, an 1 4l1 kinds of common ,ROCAK.
ERYWARE-, and all other articles Usolly kept in a Retail
CrOckery Ware Store. The wholesale busineoT will be 6ohdct-
edin-the Chambers on Devonshire street, which are ery conve-
niently arranged for the purpose, where will always. be f.uada
prim assortment of Open Goods for the packing trade, ais a good
supply of Goods by the original package, including a variety ot
assorted Crates -havang madea~h arranlgemerts to imaort goods
direct from the beat manufacaorie in .England and Frapoe, t]at
they feel assured they can offer as great.i nducements to percUs-,
era as any other'establishment in the ct'y.
Being gents for selling GAYLEEBS PATENT DOUBLE
IRON SAFES, the lower store on Devonshire street wll be .c- ,
espied for that purpose, where may be fold a complete asort-
ment of all the sizes and kinds. -
Every exertion fill be made to give atsfactbn in everybranch
of the business'and the patronage of friends and-the jibHe Is re-
specttalty solicited. .ntf Janr
mpJ ,. .. ". ..-.. (MASS.,) ;* "m-"
jIRST,--A lq of Laad, with a new Dwelling House thereon.-
SThe lot fi'ts southwardly, and is about 100 feet wide, and
220 deep, containing about 21,400 square feet. The'ouer 'is %3
feet front, and 29 feet deep, besides the L, wlich eoutains kitc]-
en and out-hoyser. On the lower floor are parlor, sitting omam,
bed room, kitchen, closets, entries; on the second floor, five th
six sleeping rooms. The house has been ve carefully builtan
of the best materials. n e""' "" t .
Scoro-Another lot of Land, with a new Dwelling ose
.erpots The dwelling house on this :t- is in all respers like
at above described, but the lot of land is not so large. _Te
Bldth is the same, (about 100 fee,) but the depth is about 160
dumber of sqai feetabout 14,300. '
The houses e situated in thetbrviag vilLage ofYt teavble
"eadils froi Baston p 7 mile, frwoma Worcester. Tahc Wopeesrtd
rail mrad crs pass w.itin 200 feet of these houses; and the. rail
roaddepot in 'this village, Is about 1000 feet distant thereLmomr.-r ,.
The average time tof passages between Bosteti at thebliviIe Is
an hour nd a s alf. These two houses will be Jouletd al k
It-Abe tenatdl by the first of March nezl.l'w l erM to
Dr. J. f. SULLIVAN, at Unilonville, sr Gs.e M. TH-ft ski-
om.ktche, clos!e t, _ent. ,. tetfa fl'orf -.

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, miles from Boston, and I miles from the Boston _
and Worcester Rail Road Depot, on theroad leading
to-itO om Spiugs,and within 90 minutes t4e ofeithwr place;
contasnl.94a acreof td, under high Matge ofcltivation, with a
never fatlmgstreap of water running through the same-two
g6flouqse, and other nit buildings, In good repair. AWo, a
imge Granite Quarry, olmeasy access. Te gnraita is offinecdfo.
works well, an4,- can at smajil expense be landed m Botoa.-
Frma is,plea a situated, and well woray the attention
menli ofa piea t Couotr^Beat, o a farmer
wshinga dmal but good farm. F a person wdo woud wish ta
com date fatmH iati ng the Springsthis 4taBs m ruVahe.
Said farm willbe sold loW if applied for imnedistelr to fMAlRUM
on the premiss. '
Also--A Farir ctklnlnW8 acres, writh a new Hodse,ami'6trhq
out buidMihg, suitable for I a aBe.han( on tbe Hm I6Ed, withia
pne mue ofthewla Uaae. Apply as ahoMe. WiI.sti _'A* .

SFARM FOr SALE-P.tnanlty ttiued tiftor-
h center, 4.-mileff from Boston, c the Providneee__
Rail Road, containing about 75 acPs suitably divid-.
ed into mowing, tillage, orchard, medq*, isttnwuand wood land,
well watered, and wel. fenced w bwftoanetailu--m mundane tof
fruitofvarlotd kinds, and many unfsial ceawvbioths, with
good House,'Barnand other hbuildinp-wil be sold entire,-er di-
vided in any wa+ to suit purchasers. Inqur9 o( NAT.AIIIEL,
CRANE. >- '
Dorchester, Jan. 11. 1837. eWlistf
FOR BALE-A genteel brick House, w i a few mniua-
utes walk of State "reet. Possessoti firstof'ApIil next. Inquire of CUSHING 4IPO OLS.
at Mechanics',ReadIg Rom. eWitApi Jan20 2 .
-IFPO(tS-ALE--.Two modern built there soiy br ck 'Hous-
l -e-situat in Leverett street. hin the tmmedlate. vcinDy
fme ie Lpws Bail Road depPt. The houses measure eac 52
feet in front, and are fished with modern convpuieice s, anp
have good well'and'cistern water: terms liberal.' Apply to L.
STANWOOD inTboradike's Buildfigs, No. 7, ongrass st.
Jan 31 tstf
L FORT'SALE OR 'TO !M LET-A very pleasant and .
insM>- THoutse, contIinBg two parlors n ix slseilep
ki kda 00Ac.M~
ley street,N HoxBry. w Bbtrmt r
.J-& HOUSE- TO BE IET.-To let, a new three sulrlbrkk
, .- Horuse,.to.. 1-l, Front street, suitable for a genteel ailty.
Apply to the sqbsrfl6tr JAlEZ ELLIS,
.n 8 -':t:+ f -f 4 0,Frontstrert.
AL 1TO 'BE LET.--Two or three suits of pleasant'Apart-
nientd -with Board,can be had on application at 9.- Uai a-
ncock street. ls6t -

-14- a.. "- O ,7, t.. TO BiEL T-Fi-relfouses in Cambridge street, o 6o-
.... .. Wl,, -.. sitatheParkman Market House. These aBodoe are 'f
-+S "b- "e sCHURCH BELLS. -. btick, and are substapgllyilt. ApplytoUREN.VILa-
p'ittBtcribebs ontinne to castChurchBellsof'anyweight TI, WINTHROP, 17, Court street. istf ,. Jan 19
lpquired, at short notice ,and will warrant them tobe ofthe
b"%',ity, and selkthemn at uniumially low p rices. F 01POESALE, OR TO lRE LET-A valuable wnow brick'
MH dNRY N. HOoER'& (&.C O' House, situted on the westerly side of Loulsbu..b
.CopperDeale.Tand Foun.ders_. isqare, built in the most thorough and workmanlike
'- h ..W. iisr 24. .. 'mnxerst,. mblaw t*ifready for occupation. Apple tft
/ A .f4 M(WFist f 4. iommeteia.streelf + EN UBB
.... + BELLS !. ] EtIS! 13+B~LLS! ;- -t -- Lg=~o~;Pe NI+ Y &tuBEAt+TdrI.-
S G ElL Las removed tie BL e of de it '^ u LST'-A'House, pletsantl st ata
IRGE H. HOLBROOK as emved th.pe Of de t erof Tremont ad Warrnstret, coA taIlMtwopwt -
'O3d sale of his BELLE,frOm Nos. 8 10;, Cliatham. tr.et, t i' lor kitchen a vd .-wasah IrookbM the lower Aoor*..-4t
No. QP1oag wharf' corner of Commerc]al street, wbera will be chambers four bed-rooms and pa .tdi r it -Is. well supplied boot
constwptly on hanJ and for sale, by JOHN BAKE.Jak. -- with Well and rain water In the kitchen' .n anexcelfkat cellar.
H CiRCH, ACADJMY .SHIP B.1 EL, For sterns, apply to JOHN L. PHILLTPS, i n NaisaiCurt. ;
of atf lzes, and ofthe first qtuallty-warranted. "130 i topitf ; I -
Or as addressed to JOHN BAKER, Ja. at Boston, orto GEQ..0e.
1 H BROOK, at Medway, Me. from apy p-rt of the wvuntjry WANTED-A large and cuivenient House, sultabli for
will etwithpromptabtention. W F .tf... .. a private boarding use i n.a.cea.al part ft city -rm e
r ..n.te neigh..orooad of ileuona street, woesldha prebr_,..
1N I ERIORT&.HOARHOUND,has recently beep prescrib- e n. Address Box 1270, Post Office. wislm
ed,by. nuiitber of Physicians, for the cure of Coughs, Colds, -- ....
-- Aii-llr d*i. ad' tho the L.nes. and beAnen yualhnAd uti;A;; ; v sTT .UMVwfN T LEV. 'amtauil t8402t64. APir43&4.4W eW 11 9f

Dry Good&.

4Agresv vafl~t,~ Dry wp$
a number of ioUw~ep...a apw *1wIc=.. me 0.rO
Camwtnerep iia a~n-mrgezzi*
plaid sl Casa-Wdeu 4 Cna? .4 ehan a CdNaiult
10009 "6 e aropsI~.~G4 424
te(I Table Cnvera-.-X4 #G4-4 3n not.
do-4-4 and 5.4 Cagdbmeft EdKWQI..-fi
Thibel do-Gotenman am3'*
'linen Tbretat-wak and l.Ptb!-mA
and fancy 6 Jnq*-p~l he-VWeO rahws
t hncy sil k Sdkft-:-sjttdr~iid apr 'a-ad 029M
oe.e-Chinhz and Valencia Sbawra-PFOmnel,--
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THIS DAYs#1 4allCorut.
A lan-4 woompts mat,,It.k

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The sleek ofe Ia f GW1k igk am~ig~~~~
100 dqzea muted r iewiid6
60 doz. plated Ore"afstp., doz. plated finsr3bg,5ise.(
Earl~a Irp,10dwI~eto~Qe ue~i~
IRazpu, Pin Obina. boxes Nkxe dies APmA.
'nllrMatche", R; l'aPe
Oliver Tooth Picks, cards Steel Penn 'AoX. Pea4 tvIj'
battens, Pu,'uinNeedmlie~a1h4 qv3zmffilmqp em,
s4wramafiklcy ofod00:s'I dal 4,i

1100 colored 5itga Ek 0e t1 d- ebu au~a
Fm.e-20 doi a=. A.of man..
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amd itdudeflr~mm~gsVe.. 160k&.each e~ua' dX
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a jva ,s wiw s. f,eeWit W"A q. 00Ampmm

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Wine. lIjrwtd in the blp'..eW9j46m "Of8 a
from the butts eir.sidaIicm 'a'# bam~al

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-MR. 5. ADAMS'S zsiGW fl'r.
First appearance on any Stage pf MR. C. F. BARBER, o
S :. appear as C.Awrx. ba
A FIREMAN'S ADDRESS 1-writte by Mr.J.AiM s-aan
-. Original Yankee 8tory' .. +
Will be acted, the popular Tragedy, by M. G. Lewis, called the
Qamond, -. ... MrJ.Adaan.
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SAngela, .- .. -- Mrit Andefson.
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[Wkih ,partof the hentl]U: etes '3b ~f~omj9t
*Md ardrobe, gr e
*RBZ, and cosyiicated ZMI 31.Me4M
In doCie 6MrRobinson's celebrated Act' o-n tre1'ie. '-I ,,L
Mrfs iar.o il e ite fary the Maid of th mu. '.'
-After whki ill'be acted-the tarlilaA s~eadrrom ..I awgulLog~lr
X0 1OxMAN L 581itv
Pourtrayinq tia-emjet forwuja of the groiat# '-b T0waik C5t~ 01
-' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ "_ .Cfltiuton.260,i ar. 105Pfit Doqpingo CD~. O 1ewtrbwPa
*r fr AU.L' 'elebr*4d NegIro Extravaaza.94 inl 1a; 30 do dq 11e -?romn dqma -Wibp, Ab*,,,,
# ate Cirhde-Mr La Forest wifllro his unrivalled Actot woit yEnr.'
SThe Moor Defea~nfg'hrns lag! BY C9O"LGf i %L 4
'Teeveniufg'tentrtainments to conclude with,1t ie t lis .(Odlco 67 & t bystreet. I
fTboatre,lfbe Mefo Drama of-,
ITM4uJEXX I .... THE-ORP'HAN OF GENEIVA? jA~li$of 01.. .
Uri Harrison. l-ie'-tm-k o01aMerchW, nTalla~oyofiq p
f- ThE Performances ivIIIcom nence atf4-'cok. -Ooi~ ~b
-Prices--Boxes 75 cents-Pit 3,71-2 cmnta-Gallarv 25 C atP.", -o'~ ur aAssign"M.

flERIIBY GIVE NOTICE, that their CAPITAL 0701;XIs' aIDYaa~IAi~~cI4 .'
and Invested according to law'. .1u -To doese;, ucern
'They continue to Isuare a ta)' ~~am m h ~n-ld'icuwvins-3o e
M4RI & IfIA'ZARDS idsailas dodo4.4 dell ik lkaId i 4f1 -
to an amount not exceeding ~, 5-~e~pi~p.
on a inglerisk.Office No. 43 State street,
C. BRAJJDIVY, President.i lArii*
B~ow&&D?-.MUnarkuta.Seoretaflr. MWkA3W _*g 41,3., Oji FRIDAY next, aut 1 elhaej~jk.-qt% 991;c~(
]PIWA V 7cete 44 Fren*Ptliutit, new pawcrnsJ I
PI~t5ND MR1NA NIX*Z.Ales-Ig imsdef bi&cnim mediuman.d ihdI
HE50M MONWRALT'rB NSURANOR OQMPANY hereby a eases-black India owtiaga, supohemklf,,lhamb
a ~ uoA4U~i~tharthelrC~ataILtock ,now invested according
300,000 DOLLARS, 'alndco'.
thralthey continue to sne on Marine rlstisgatbst the pertlls of( 00 OmPRIlA Y, 64 ji 0PIqvk4sn LmsWq a..
O1w Sea, and oa Buildings and Merchandise sW~nst the laseardsi 1'Z dieldrQassuperief COwner ~l laI=g
of Fire, ote ceeeding ThirtyThousaundDo~l a qany everisk. -*.* -.
JOHN K. STMrSN, President. ''' "aK -Indgo,'Wo1 ft:8uVft..
JOWBUZMU Secrtary OUSAURI)Y, 1th inst. at 11 o'clock'"d~.
33CMW P-sos Ld s *lt5Wm.,n~
C'notice that ihey have contnected themnselvak10=4 =snessmoWo "1 0 -o
derthe ftm and style of GAYLER. PIRICZ & COLBURN apd O COSM --
have taken-the inew stores No. 98, Washington, anid No. 10,1;'. ~. .~
onshire u seta, tr the purpose of conducting the CRUCKMA DsWu
O~LASS awl ChINA WARE'buslues and r~speetfizlly solicittl '''''- '. ~Y~
patronage fofteir friend# sAxd the Pubic. ..GVR. ui~
CHR31. GAY M On-ALATURDAV, 11th -it&.ft I&lkiqh~

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"* S TARY dOURT :''.

tCnsdsctaef GvteriL. Gews it te et
S From r0lfa isPtir9oo.diWt ef the lliti' .
A.J~iir;. 14;,18^ --^w-nt =Maj=n. K ^
President; B XfuW. Atuinsn, -Srig. Gen
.AS^i' l.' S.'C6brr,Judge A vocate.
",' e s6sembling of the Court, MajotG.
ineas observed that he had a few-more quest
propoeto tOe witness, (CLpt.Jjitchoov.) The
wt S l atv eti i.." did.niot.ekthi. investing
it was forced upfl ti Lad cow that 1 am before
Sam determined' 'fiake itBh 'tan exposition
rievaneeU sOde which my character has been
I' ng forty t past aswilltosevaetlat test t
rp.aWe pd M aa,-ng ttongues of my enemies.
'only treasiare 1r have to leave my chilten, is a
(atien earned by many years of hard experience
-ervice of1iy country and as I shall tmaiti but
time longer in t" army, I wish that same to be
-mitted tothem umatishtred. :
S By Gen. Gajeia.-What reason' was there
lctg- Gen. Steott it Camplrd ? '
*' *nswer.--The exectatiqn wa rouded upon
maron derived from Gen. Clinch at. Foot Kingt
By Gen. Gaines.-Did General Gaines expre
other reason w fa ib eetming .kn. Scott, to ar
"lamp. Zlf withlo frce ad 6uppvlie ? .
Answer.-The00 onfidece of Gen Gaines tha
,&t9ttt wxld'd odme to Camp Ihard po ,th? Quit]
chee was without' reservation. He appeared i
a' undoubti bAliefof fenerul Sott's being
Drane, .and ofn spoke ofhis duty to come do'
der the circumtancfs, i4 the moat positive te
His language on the subject was ver strong,.
"that h,,mast coae dw.vn." "i wfi Le M1GRM
Ac -da s -coma .CoS dlO ^e gfiJ otaerwse
snaid u-pot'hts military reputation," or langi
a veryv ai il r import., r .. .N
4.y'Gal. GAi.e..-Tth witteo -is requestd
hile"4 the ahiamtnock ex the Ouithlacoocqhee,
Camp Izard, aid a.tte at what time said positi
for ie .. ; .
Anqwni.-.-The haumn ks borderi-'hr e iv
nearly ealited in front dfther camrp. From this
above and below, they gained veryjaidly in wi
were extremely dense, especially to the east 1
the camp, *here, the hammock extends consi
: back from-the river, htAtts4ietuace of several 1i
k "yardlh from the camlp. A slight breast work we
iund1 tht ctip on the afternoon ofthe 88th
iary; Lcording to custom. -
A :y -Gen. Gaines.-How many Indianpdoes
ness s o "e could be secefed Inn t ose "Wo
tween 200 and 600 yards from the camp, with
seen from it? -' .'
Answer.-Au indefteN number, as the hari
*et& Very dense; and I b.lievelthey zmgh have c
epe4 tips tl.e.tih(es the whole atrengah of the
SGew. Gaines explained the reason for hlis a
ae position h did, which he naid was i n coS<
N W'its-r being most irvrable pefe for cross
lesL8swampy.Can farther back from the river.
SBy nt.Court.-Do youe knw any thingotthe
which 1iuoed Geft-. Gaines f. go. to Florida u
Wvilz he l etter -of the 'Adjutipt GperaJ at
h&^fethtin lh .oth ; -., .
*. 4mwer.:-Oe of the firAt remarks in the intt
bad witl Gen. Gaines aT-kte' ,ing tthat4ette
he believed jt'te.ke his sOSelIri guty to go on.
he spoke of iome pledge mlde,, believe, to th(
teen ; but he alhided'i more' particlIaiy to his ]
Ge n. Clinch, promipingihbmjis aid'anid c-oper
A)lmI.'these point were. Uatte8<,4aiweru
theV'ry firt,.and were never,.deviated from.
the liiber^curxng the.Geneavahot tohattd6i
S pedition atP ik a t asI-beh t1a .h lhis ip
was ne6exssa3ydt s'omicent orgaliaation o T th(
j k 0s, my kiiis thtwsabapdo&niaj t4e.trood
nearly'eiiivalento6,rendet ig Ie expedite
less. Ipldi. .rglreLhss upon th e effect oft
,&iawotwqieid ay-,n...Gaines during the w
*hV Vrt& dai a .ar. Tecourt wUI understand me as a
.-mbol ikflteue ofbis reputatioi6ad c
7-e a .rnn maeder. "
By- t.e 4otp-What 'wae the amount
bWotAb,(Ceh dlineh tq the aid"of Gen. G
I.Cvnm wil i ', ,. = ,
S ,&ta.er.-Iie bromhit about 500-artill0ry,
am- p qrtvttrL, stal tdie g ine otreop of mount
"'.i" the tuft.--Would that forte, united'
command of Gen. Gaiaes, have been sufficient
the enemy .Iice 'llW y and pursue hi to, his
,agttwitht & &Lint pequwtaticnofmuocrta ,*'. **-
Answer.--I state l as my opinion that the
wlhish'fl Lb dianiidemee to poifess ftr cross
river, ende;A. iadispepastakle.tocve a force.
to octfpytb ides o' ti6 'ivern at .Le:am4
-- lB xi tat effnt against~iB- 4hem ^;ltas
:, ,. piwiI,Illti ti -theCoaiti.late Tire
.. wlraedoehee arbd tMk'end e'ftMare.w
'a~e ~~fArqe ca-niinto, contatwth^ <
more or less numerot beng on tie same sic
cnne witht theer."pafb5td 4bent several isahe.
ant take or subdue thb -The more recent o1
a-ainst those Indians. ierve to throw mu
upon this auut a|' ij ta~ ce-dceia..it al P
]" the nar ^ Qfl."iU m.,ai~ i!^,e ,,cwi^ .
^^the 'A thCo xt-r-~"ou hdimnthaut thae [cdi
m tsin tr o ailto .'a'tec ?1lit- .,a, :,a a. -s
aJ^ STV4Lirabiga L4UIU4jlhl II tintstat
nothing in the mannw.or maies t 0eli. i
which 1 had.rwStl h#N rKn the tluilltlec
"' f|ie me the ,wUt$ ircino" _their in
There seeW 6 it' I ilt4bti

:: =:./ ;tc ^8~ iP WM'W .. .' t
^9f^^^Mad all^ w~ifows,

w. -. R s5%wi"

U. gsnfu~p amrs Lnonn visetams*'" acts"
7 _yroig duriation, it is seldomn that tittvi
,. ohwBnt a Mong themr-Ont nue for any
j.- tile Withw tlle.i ,ars

he to bbt j tprovi

ac: hy could nu. maiea @ .'i the cc
r h. ei'i held I t ig
wa~il~ii*a fi fVi- ak 3 40 at
^ -*w^^^ sa~s~tTb

for a ^^"Ml e.taB!^ a

:"- ^^^?^?^*T~Mil)^

~ tYdw-w. ffro^T woao.i~iiMl W^; OTy
'they could nomt m nain pJQ Nlimw I< te
dert^ ci-OWW"),jjc ~ then'xn coin
loft~ NO Iit f~^ddfl~ hy'
"iE~lf^Psuch0* -V" have beien'

k teianitmmt heldq^t UvngM~m I

'%' ", : "- < '' united States,

S; *"'.':' :'.* .' ." 7-' :; : / "- ..-- the Indianso
.".: ; :':" ::1:i: ': '" '^ .: ":: 7 ':' ':: ; that in-!
veral di-
'. ; -' ", .-- ^ ,' "'- ', :' '.''. thing the ,

radyi tion. and we --r : -se. guns
than the army diviso[4 ..- 1- : dians are
etwala perhapothe best scouts or hspie'-- 'A, and it
ions tc would hive been nekt to impossible for force to
Court appr"aqh their strong hold in that stage pothe war,
tion- without their knowledge. t n-
thems By. Gen. Gainesr--Was it, or was it not,.after the ln-
of the dians bad sued for peace,-that they wne informed that
groan-f the large body of troops were coining against them ?
e vitu- -Answer-It was after they had sueOfor peace.
'-'Th4 By-the Qourt-While you werein the tamp, was any
Srepu- ordergiven for a sortie ? and please state what officers
in Ahe wee appointed to execute it.
a swrt' Answer.-The troopsat Camp Izard were disposd in
i tran-; thle forh'6f a square; one wing of each face was ordered
to be held in readiness for a sortie', and the other wing
for ex- wtais required to extend. CGl. Foster would have been
one of the officers on the right, and, 1 believe that en.
. infor- Smith would have cominanded'a sortie on the left. The
ordef-wa's given cn the 29th ,of February, -*ad com-
iss any, municated by'myself to Col. Twiggs, who commanded
arrive at the' brigade. A- previous orxder upon the subject had, I
t believe, been comaiunieated by some other officer.-. It
Gen. is ,my opinion, that had the attack been renewed in
'aco haracter like that of the 29th of February, a sortie
Shave, would have been made.; but after that no serious-attack
at unrt was made while te wereon the Odithlacoochee.. Theie
wn n- were small parties from time to time, who endeavored
Srms.- to annoy us, and thi. circumstance in itselfwas a.source
AEE E f of alarm, lest the Indians ibad abaBdoped that section
c^mm of the country, t0 the disappointment of the hopes oI
uage of Gei. s $cott, expr-sed in a better to Gen. Clinch, which
S haid been seen at Fort King.-
to de- Gen. -Gaies o several occa,,wns, spoke of the prob-
near to -ability of an arrive of IroopS other than those expected
on Was. from Fort Drane especially speaking of Col Lindsay.
.P- who was suposd to have arrived at Fort Brooke al
er very Tampa Bay, and he declared it to be his purposeto in-
Spoint, stantly remove in'any direction from which reports o6
dlt,and firing migbt be heard. -Log Iahioes. were prepared, 'and
above then itn camp,0 with rived boardstir maki'q a platform
derably to be used for the purpose of crossing the 'river-the
hundred General saying- he would cross immediately, on hearing
s. made a gun from the opposite side.
of Feb-, The President here announced that the court should
: go into secret session, and would adjourn its proceedings
the wit- -until Monday morning, at the usual hour.
cks be-, '. '---
at being. Correspondence of the N. V. Courier & Enquirer.
.- FREDERICK, (Md.) Jan. 21, 1837.
mocks Afewmooaeants after the departure of my letter yes
rontain- terday, en. Scott commeneed--"Mr. President and
- nation- gentlemen 'of the tourt: When a Doge of Genoa, fo
adopting some imaginary offence imputed to.him by Louis XIV
equence `*aa sam-oaeobefdhre that inflated monarch, and asked
iing, and amidst the;'blaze of magnificence which surrounded
.* .imiw what otk, excited -his astonishment 1-" To fin
reasons myself here !"-replied the indignant Lescaro ; and-sc
ifter re- -Mr. President, lied, at finding'myself before this hon
ensacola orable Court, whilst the army i-o lately commanded i
still in the presence of the enemy, and 1 here over
erview 1 whelmed with W-rief,'an4 ton5iahmient."
r he said The gallant -General -then spoke ofthe coercivqemeas
I think! ures resorted to by the President of theUnite'd States
e volun-+ in the case of all officers who had excited his displeaw
letter to 'ure. "Anticipating as 1 do the result of this inquiry,
ration.-- said the General, nevertheless, -noihing can compel
ation, atk sate me for the loss of esteem which I have suffered
"took; owing to the course pursued against me by my ene
ntheex- im'ies.' .He next passed his Florida campaigns in re
presence view, and stated that he had received no defeat, checl
e troops. or retulse from the foe ; though it is true," he added
s would 61*e have not succeeded in sending any, more of th
n 'fruit-- ?eoinoles west ofethMississippi since the pasage
he repu-i, -thie four hundred." ;
'ar with' Documentary and other .testimony, with despatchei
rericee and extracts from letters, was mnow read and oonmmente
referring 'upon .,a;lr which the General proceeded to offer to tE
character Court the principal causes of the failure of his campaign
ia-FIorida.. -
ef force First cse, u failure: The latene of my orders 1
aines 1a i proceed, and. the short term of service of the great bod
of miny troops.'. IarrivedinFloridaniubhin advance
infantry rf three-tfithu 6fmy troops, and mark thecontrast, M
tedtre-. Lresident, between my army and thatof the Geheral'
with ther who now conducts the war. He haa more troops, ae
t to meet for ttlongec term of aerviee, and no want of provi
fastness- ions! Secoptd. cause: Gen. Gaines' iadiqpoitioa. -,
. moweiand consequent-want of a simultaneous mov
- facility. merl iwthe'threecolumns, which were to'approzimat
ting tIhe- Waless they d4ldlered the enemy 'or 'his trail. Ge]
tufficlebi Gaines delayed to move his troops, owing to givir
* time to', themrutclne to-refresh, -ater-their confineent in-Gair
lair etllisi btard.. .Third cause:; -lnuffi~clet means of transport
as ea the rion; for whet a-few wagons west ibflected, they -ive
a mrnse -Iapla heavily'and despatched in haste,/< which cause
' Indians iley 4o them aad a number of horses -t- hbfak dow
Ie ef -the and thereby & %,itber delay. Fourth -cause: Insufi
, but- did c'snt supply oT.'hrd -bread, and 'bat-on, .which atre
peratin-hu, superior to'flour and pork for awen-e- ar-maal't wai
ich lights e ": Badness of water anid pre vklelse of sicknepsA
pear that 'h. heat became oppressive about the 36th of, Apr
/ ad< the troops.- wereatuable to march, They hadeatut
an were time 9hly wltreter thing. The tr'psl were driver"
e' I 4rznite-'aid a po-sdwiitek; this produced',itucu dieas
ceere.'. 1 --tdnan officerss ,aeid men were unable tM i~c-or, waE

Lw. W.t Siath came ,.Deficiency of forage and-.grazisg plame
aterview Small sptilie'd of 'corn of teYfhi tior quality hi
)bcretto, )1eBen.obained irou St. Augusatne.'.Let anyone c.
icerity.- ulato the mqply necessary for a thousand horses A
em, s if ~20'daym. was desirdu',to isswe antorder forilea,
educatingg; -fW" nar"ou foot,-so that imn :horse m iht 'ar
elep.'i ] aply J f cprnpht tbhq vokuer.Y# Zfiid t do o
t entire. Iwasdsed.aot.itoisue su u4 order, although
ned pdged ryevlf to set ui txampl, by -leadi' my ov
4n1, ". b W'm .-ew- >,jame: roais and.; igea.;.hepn
tiMes ofi ramhi the vicinity f our operations, wa betwsbn FP
' waulikb 'olng an'd TaMrph ml ..5 ennOA that road;, there, brid
length olf ep hadl' t &j.'L j 4'Qy _4.1 .yfeioeiay in th 041ly lp
of cessa- ofthe cmapaig'L. ihtm sassi The want ot attn
caHIt is itimay 4ndian feod.;'Tbe coart has seen bT my dorn
yat aud -,ndenice, that ,I WFtd for t0 friendly Indians. Ge
they call C. shewsthe advaWfge of such force. and my nqf
kii,, nd dd ewo have-ihadtse benefit of-such suggestions. Ni
alP daMce., wau --Ile *antof g- -lEustiq and-idfnday 1
Z~stp pn h Y eir testitnimy.tat they., hads nwtomjpetW
. elr' gaides,- and tharill the different piarts'ofFlorida Wve
ffiett for; Aple trs! i'vtrTejitlv-cuse ..The tin -Was .i
sions and' cited for active operations, owing- to preceding euiea
embodied. delay. I had but- twenty-tn days fo actfrweperaffb,
causes for: -d thea, the men and horses were expo.i/I to the c
reonq'ed, tremse lib the climate, which pro4nced -much sic
"al'Pear, ness. -
nf.. eos-, Ja General cott s.uenat*$s, the cide.viit.,Secreta
O raneO,: wpWar wasBnotchxe&,4iiwetly, but in -a stroni f
'-,/ #'- gre di impjxed k rft was the cause of. thesetti
Imldiai raees. G&. GAmies nduct was severely aniimadve
M5jkMi*r .- y .e y tt, So whco lifte4khe curtains at Washi,
Wti WtII W t4'a. rt1h hard, buttutflciently ilgh 'b' sliat
i t "polyer *behind, the thirohe great. ,han the. throne itoe
iMBt Hef- went further, and pointed out the workinge'of son
ItM-t-t t-qf *Lens"tj0L-vipring&; and 0"- aOluded to 'Gene
kf-4 km upt0who-asthie- day served up in "1 no' desitil
Ew mwoo manner." He spoke#of him in the sorrowful tone'*
i miMtnii which .& Ather peaks of Jji akandoned ion: "-t.1
:'.tl two ad -twenty. years,"' said this veteran,- he.
p .kjj, Aw ft d.Lmy eo nderce -and esreem. and- fe4ltn
lkf ;i n. were of the same household. Mr. President, whl 1
rmh -td bep 'the rbt lmlt-ef that friendship? Why, 1 i an
fp~s~tltme jte tO ne4 by his lnacjaiopa!d stand before o 1
untry un- uienmvied observed .f all .Lservers. AHis ;arp a
. Qan gihe pats from' my liilni perhaps forever." ,
oveutre. ,arew no aflectation ofqtwkishnesB in anyp
clfitdive: 4th&,4Q .i&stylarso.Aeans tocreate acbe
t.o i ,K* seemed 'to tell a platnfsrarnifaM d tale, and ap!pe
een au-! ;to qpigh a re'et that M-.belongs to the same p
at1 in the as suh a .Juda.. I Ob b.re4 rnn.y a pretty lip tre4
maid about lou' wit.& sympathy at the recital f4ais wrong.

*"Oug^ wy man 6t ee- M idsdfro earningg wit-
ness on thAe jrondo of religious beUJq ? -
Such is the inquiry at the head of an article in the
last No. of the CHRISTIAN REVIEW ; in answering
which, the writer has attempted to prove, that "in the
investigation of a case, every person should.be admitted
as a witness who is possessed of facts relevant and ma-
terial thereto, whatever may be his creed, and that
every circumstance affecting his credibility should be
put into the case," -
,,Before we proceed toa consideration of he question
here presented, and the answer furnished by the writer
ia the Review, we premise, that we are ready to admit
his- honesty and sincerity in this discussion; that how-
Sever widely we may differ from him in the sentiments
advanced and the arguments made use of, in the article
i already meutiose; we do not belitVe that the writer
was prompted by party spirit, by a desire for singulari-
ty and distinction, by a feeling of sectarian rivalry, nor
by any unkind or illiberal reeling toward any man or
set of men;-far less by -any desire-or even thought
of strengthening the power and influence of infidelity
in this community, or of countenancing immorality in
the slightest degree. We believe he speaks what he
feels, and mreaxm what he says, and that his interest in
the public weal induces him to use his efforts to effect
such- a change in our laws as shall exclude no ione from
giving hiA.testimony in a Court of Justice. f '
The 4eviewer aiirdes from, and upon the Constitu-
tion of thQ' Commonwealth, .when at the same time hei
contends for a state of things which is entirely incon-"
sistent with the spirit and Vetter of the Constitution, as'
it now stands. He also lays the foundation for error
and unintentional deception in the phraseology of tJe'
i, inquiry at the head of the article, and in the ground i
Which hle takes in the passage already cited, in reply
f Ought any man to be excluded from bearing witness i
on the ground of religious belief?" We answer, certain-;
ly not. We care not to know what his religious belief
is; Be he Episcopalian, Congregationalist, Methodist,,
SBaptist or Universalist, he may testify ;-but suppose i
he has no religious belief, what then ? So also in the
' position taken-by the writer in answering this question,:
She says, "whatever may be his creed'' So say we.; and'
rwe are not disposed to inquire into the articles of his
creed, if he will assure us he has-any creed ; i.e. that
he holds to any item of belief which can be construed,
Sin the widest .stretch of charity, to be a creed. But
S-weuldtbe writer have us infer that his inquiry and re-
S'ply are limited in fact, as they seem to he in phraseolo-
gy ? -Bv y no means-he is too plain and candid for that.
,We could have wished that the same plainness ot
; speech had been made use of in framing the inquiry and
reply, is met with in the subsequent- discussion of
Sthe suijee so that the inquiry might have read, "Ought
any man to be excluded from hearing witness, whether
he has any beliefin the being of a God or not ?" Here
" there is no room for doubt as to the issue proposed,-
d Had this- been the inquiry, the answer would have
r been a simple affirmative or negative, without any al-
' lusion to the witness's creed.
d -In the discussion of this subject in the Review and-
1 elsewihet, it would have been far preferable to have
d called things by their right "names. For example the
, descendants of Roger Williams, referred to more than
- once' by the writer with merited praise as the friends of
5 religious liberty, would-be shocked to suppose that the
r= matter of religious belief should, serve as a tWst by
Swhich-to judge ?f the admissibility of a witness-as
I- they would doubtless agree that shades of difference in
5' beliefon-matters of religion are of no importantice on
t- this question. They would be willing thatall, ofevery
sect, should be free ,to give their testimony-arid not
-" only so, but that the conscientious Quaker, who finds
d, in his bible what he construes as a prohibition against
e6 -oaths, should be allowed to affirm, under the pains and
D- penalties of perjury. But when our Baptist brethren
k, are informed that such is not.the subject of inquiry, but
d, thatthe subject is resolved into one of Jwo inquiries,
le viz. 1st. Shall oaths be dispensed with ip all cases;
Of or 2d, shall oaths be administered alike to those who
believe that there is a God who rewards and punishes
es his creatures, and to those 'who are willing to stand up
'd and solemnly .call upon God to witness the truth of
ie what they say, when it is notorious that they do not be-
n lieve that there-i a God:-we imagine they willadmit
thatthe subject assumes a new aspect. Letus not be
to misled by sound-by the. n&iW of liberty and toler.
Ly ance, and jeopardize the subs ce-the constitution,
:e laws and institutions we have received from our anees-
Ir. to t ;. ,. *'. :,
s,- The Constitution of Massachusetts, as stood origi-
L'd nally, rmqured civil officers to make oath that'they be-
s- lived inthe chiristian religion:.. By the amendment oi
te the Constit-tion, this testis :o longer required ;---but
e- r noperAon can enter .upo -the duties of Senator, Rep
e? -resentatwe, .&e. until,he hMe called 'God to witness
n. thatthe w-li bear true faith -and -allegiance to the Corn-
ig mon wealth 't Mkssachuaetts, and witl support the Con'
IP sittution thereof-nAy more, until he has taken an oath
a- to support the Constitution of the United States.
re Thosethen, whose praise is daily in our lips for the
ed' consummate wisdom which they manifested in framnini
1k1 the system of government under whichlwe are placed
5;- did consider that the fear bf offending God and Pcallinj
down his displeasure, would oftimes deter a man from
i *'ryig ,dois.that.-wd h he wpnld nnt hesitate t<
s~- .lay or do. i he feared only the penetration a-wrato s
fl> man ;-but if the principals of liberty and tolerance
lis (as lie styles them1) -conteided for by the writer, ap.
to sound, then 'these .req~uisitiorrs of the Constitution art
, unjust ; fbir -one of two things must follow from, thi
, pro vision of the Constitution--either an atheist*musn
*S* be guilty of the lifaiircinod add. mockerj of standing ti
.! before hais felioi Men ard uttering a deliberate false
hr hood in order to qualify himself for office by profersin
or tn-call>inpf Bking tohelp him dieharje he duties o
oh his office, when 4w knor-at the sameinstau, thatihi
l' ddewiiot believe ihtheexistence of such a BUinor :--o

to.*M Mt# rust be deprived -of the-raluablj fervife 6
Jii, *y.'J ,ho'wil'. ot thus expose Iuimself-to. tb
Fn charged mbf nsistency ei' d 'falseh od. -
4y .11then, w.ae prepared ,f1' go' with .the writer'fo
' such an alterttn' of the-Cormili"Law,asshafl vfttu
1- saly.d Wiqywitithe admiuittttion of atpf 'ii'b
4t COers -of Jasdeti wpe.ll, not n iejp*,nme4; 'to ^|
.. hete-; we sballh'n&d irsel'ets conurained IQ go pDuflb
fa further. H[auing fo-und k:. benefit of (rn At 'i
" tetimaty -in ourCvurts;'We -as -i4efit an act of td
-s. intip ant itjtriie to eeiclude him from a seat ain
Lt Lgislanud, aad b hence .we i Il have to make
ye more erab trae f(iimourestitutioa. WWe havedah4adj
Stricken oqt the tlebsya belief is the christian reliip.
i r e m'usit w- '.o foor the:whole, alid blot out o
of "'t0-ff' JJn ruMc at. yesi, we naed soa'Sold
_ t help oftho4inwho 4itiltittpth-cal-pisatCfid[
. help, tbat w.Qmt'srike frjm the Constitution I e
_. eognilion of God'c-existence,. an. relieve those.-hi
v?1 t ot the fr "f 1.mn from the necessiylj nd,reo
i 6ry eiaeing bfortbhew'ees the feir'of bod.- This i'I
I- thibe .'d,- mmutP also procAre a-t aIterarion I hi
Eil- Ctjstilttiodh ofthe United States ; (which roeqir, a'
t- oath to mwinqtn.ihe,.qAstitution ot the United ietes
ag-" to-bt ahdifaifiead to the mem bers of I he Legislatne)-
ya" ana hitting dine this wetmay pause, and look 'eel
If. 'wit pity on the. iualrance adieralily ,f hb
me bive qoee before us." .
ral The Odea that the fequfltion of'oaihs is tn ijVfter
ble efnce with tke Xfree&donM'-ot rehgiots belief, ap t
ith have been advance4l'."ry ft tfi8t limte quite reeh-
Fer it certaifily esdaped ihe s'oq. of the framers th
?Ps Constiution of --the United Stales, : The sixlh cle
WAe .which provides :that mefibers of the State Legis uri
1lb shall l.e bound by oathor affirmation to supp tbI
Constitution, ,expressly declares in the next seit
Ce that "wr-etgious test shdl evir be required as a ali
w fioij,, 10o ay' office or ptiblic-trust under the litl
r States." ,-T'he koest Atlhei., iberefoje, ia vi alJ3
art excluded front a t articipation.,i4 Ohe duties fbst .,e
S. s.' t," ut by the,apP-liba4n of any P io
#e 4est.h; It iWon tihe Wbiad jround-i that the e0ilie o
-sd i .1tli~l. purposes, .considered s Fa
Al' univers-alfy adimmed-ancd thai it stands utlo higi
y-*. 1 1 i V ,

es on the authority of the high chancery of Jehovah." '" = -
The4aw threatens nothing. Its sole. object is to axr- C ronicle and Patriot
rive at truth between -man and man, and this oftentimes MSA MA A INE JOUR0tNAL. S N,
under circumstances where interest and passion are; PORT Oi' BOS T ON. T
strongly arrayed on either side. Our constitution and SATURDAY, JAN. 28._
laws are based upon religion, and do not blush to re- I .... ARRIVED, y ,- i -
cogpi.ze the Being of God. We hav..e always ta.. ken Ship Henry, fiexce, Cadiz, 15thU Ilt eft, hips F.nklin,Co-,
prie in being called a, religi'-us people. The framersfin, Boston, same dy ,Warsa-ir, Blivei, disg ; brig Niontevideo, fi
pride eing called a religious people. he framers Farren, unc: The Henry, on the 16th day after leaving Cadiz,
of our constitution and laws, knowing how strong is was in Ion 69, anddsa-e then has had continual gales from West, i
the bias to mistake and pervert where the mind and and very severe whether. 'fi
feelings are warped by prejudice and interest, saw fit to IBaiie Neptue, Bogardus, Savannah, 10.e.
require that men engaged in. making laws, and ib testi- 'Bi SToke'25th, i a t 40, Cp 69H sen Mary Dow, from Eastport,
Iset. Spoke 25th, 19t, 40, Ion 69, inch MAryDofotRepo,
flying in our courts, should divest themselves as far as standing SW. I
possible of the fear of man, and- should commit their Brig Havre, Carpenter, Savannah, 29.
ways to the guidance of God ; imploring HIS help to! BRRiC DPHnkl, ymCoweifNeor New York
enable them to resist temptation'to swerve from the had proceeded as far as Nan-bucket.Sboals, but finding the Sound .
truth;-and calling upon him to witness their intention fill of ice, anchored on the Shoals, where such a quantity of ice f
to be honest. What is there in %lI this which trenehes pressed upon her, that she parted her chain, made Sail, and pat
on the authority of Jehovah ? Our law does not claim ac- .
to l i a f t S ..reme as t, w a the puni ..ment Brig Garnet left at Surinam, 18th ult. brigs Charles, Stanwood,
to legislate for t Supreme as to what the punishment Boston, J ; Cambrian, Rowe, do 40 ; Juniper, Foster, do ;_
of perjury in the future state shall be; or to act the Ventrosa, Foster, and Hiber ia, Fitz, do Feb 1 ; Amazon, Gro-d
part of judge in condemning the false swearer to fu- ver do March 1 ; Creole, Redge, do April I ; Mary & Eliza, Lur-
ture punishment. it merely lays hold on an acknow- ye), fan Gloucester, just ar ; Ceres, Kendall, for Wilmington, NC
edged fact, wit : That men w 1, tl te truh Un- 10. At Brant Point, brig Cygnet, Sayward, fm Wilmington. NC
lodged fact, to wit: That men wi tell the truth un Justar. Spoke 24th inst. lat -, lon-, brig Geo Henry, fm Rich-
der the sanction of an oath, when nothing else will mond .forBokt6n .
draw it out ; and makes use of this fact, to secure the Brie Sea Island, from Savannah, spoke 8th inst. lat 34 30, Ion
ends of justice. I 70 4G, snch Sagaahock, 4 days from N York for N Orleans, with t
enus or justice. on t n loss of bothltopimnasts, spring stay, and considerable other damage i ]
But let us consider for a moment the nature or the .16th, lat 35-30, lou 72 30, sch Glide, 32 days frnf St Kitts for New i
substitute which the writer proposes, when oaths shall York.
be dispensed with;---" a solemn promise to speak the CLEARED, A (
truth, or suffer the legal penalties of perjury." "This," Brigs Samos, Brewer, Havana and Europe, by w Fay; Ale-
,,u u, ........ ".' ."%v'' '' J P lide, Cro~sby, Fe~rnandina, Cuba, P S Shelton ; Cain, Smith, Bala-
he says, "would answer all the legitimate purposes of timore ; Cahir, Jos Dexter, doC-Schs Wm h Allen, Cook, Matan-h
an oath;" and why ? "because it would subject the wjt- zas, P S Shelton ; Alfred, Tucker, Portland ; Lurana, and Otter, i
ness to all the punishment which can be inflicted by Portsmouth; Nun, Newburyport; Henry, Gloucester--Sloop
,,GlideIG, -DulhIury.
the Court." The writer cannot divest himself of tech- d, DuShu UNDA9Y JAN. 29.-
nics which belong to the present system of religious ARRIVED..
obligations sufficiently to express even his own theory. Brig Byron, Gorhamn, Hamiburg, Cuxhaven, Nov 8-experienced t
Whtit does he mean by a solemn promise ? According very severeweatier, with continuaftl westerly winds.
t the principlIes laid down in the article general a Brig Acadian, Lane, Halifax- 23d inst. Left, schs Industry,
po mie i..s. a ll d t o n r teq a tr generally, a Kirkby, Boston, next day : Mary. fior do via Liverpool, NS. Ar
promise is all that you can require. The jury may be 16th, schs Spleijdid, Swaine, N York, 12 8 lath, Robert Noble,
told who makes ttie promise-but what is to render it Doane, do 4J ; 20th,brig William, Collins1 do 18 ; sch Despaich,
solemn P God-eternity-Iuture retribution 1-These Birto, Boston, 3. Spoke 27th, lat 4'2f, Ion 85, barque Beverly, 7 t
... "" .--- z-- weeks'f'om Liv erpooi, of anilfor St John, N. ]
are solemn subjects, and their connexion with an oath p MONDAY, JAN. S0. ]
ought to render it at all times a solemn transaction ; b t ARItVED,
we are considering a state of things when oaths are laid Sch Mary, Stevens, Maracaibo, 27th ult. Left, sch Levant t ,
aside, and for the very reason that they cannot be ad- Lewis, for St Barts, 3-or 4. poke 6th inst. off St Nicolai Mole,
miitee __ without_ trenching '-- the authority of te ,_ sch Billings, White, 14 days from Wilmington, NC for Port avV
ministere. d without trenching on the authority. f the Prince ; 21st, lat 35., Ion 74J, sch Tasso, flowes, J days from N
high chancery of Jehovah." What ofsolemnity, then, York for Savarmnnahi. ,
can be connected with the witnesses promise ? Sch Rienzi, BerryrPorto Cabello, 24th, Curacoa, 27th unlt. Left I
Thewriterevidentywasdesirousof'havingsome.at former, schs Parthian, Harding, for N York, 7,; Wm Tomp
The writer evidently was desirous of haing some. kins, *qoper, Baltimore, 8. No Amer vessel atCracoa. Spoke
thing stronger than a promise,-he was conscious of going in, a N York brig fm Porto Rico; lRh inst.,lat 24, Ion 7,
the necessity of some sanction to make the promise st-h Mary Ann, of Salem, 10 days from Plymouth, NC for Kings- p
stronger, and therefore he calls it a solemn promise. ton, Jams,. .
But-further:lie thinks that this would subject the Schs Warrior, Ellery, and David Atkins, Paine,Norfrilk: latter
U urter e thinKS ta ts woul subject e caiie'out of Holmes' Hole yestrda;-, in co with s-bs Fort Hill,
witness to all the punishment which tan be inflicted by for Boston,.and Waldo, for Frankfort.. Left, irig Jasper, for do-
the Court had sailed once and put back. There had been no crossing the
And is this sntiment to prevail in a Christian corn- Sound for some timein cofisequence ofice
8 8 c n vlacd on ou gli, 1, ovell, N ew Y ork .,
munity ? That we can neither claim nor expect any ArS9th, sell Wnm Tell, Dover.
greater hold upon the consciences of our fellow.men CLEARED,
than so far as by their conduct, they render themselves Brig Plato, AIDing, Gibraltar and a market, by.M M Slimpson-
amenable toi a human tribunal ? Is the only security I NSch lekerson,,l ork ) -Het, StJohn NB ,en Rydergo and Trior.
.......... .......... ,- j i# Nickerson. I ewt Vork i- IlclleSpoirrt, S'tonie, Bangor.
'have of the continuance of my life,, and the safety-of SAT LED--On Eunday,, wind SW. ship Dover ; brigs Samos,
my property, that the murderer of the one, and the Adelaide, Union, Patron ; schs Win Allen., Virginian, King.
marauder ofthe other will be punislhed by human laws, Nothing sailed to day, or-on Saturday : wind S. to day, cahnlm at
if de tonight.
, ifdetected ? n-'t -.. .
We have hitherto supposed that it was one of our Office of New York CommercirAdvertler,
Blessing's .that God is acknowledged and feared, and NEw YOnR'Jan 928, 11 o'clock, eve.-Ar. ship Dorothea, Wat
that a sense ofaccountability to him is impressed upon son, Batavia, 124. Left, ship Levant, Dumaresq ; Asia, Cole ;
the consciences of many. who make no professions of Enily 'Taylor, Hallett ; Nepmosel, Soobieand Conestittiti nid-
r m Bth den, all frown Boston for Canton Ceyton euore f and roam
regard to their maker. But the writer seems to have N York for do; Lagoda, Endicott, Europe, idg ; -, xbury, Gid
left these considerations entirely out of view, and to dings, eld Sept. 18, for Calcutta-; brig Hampton, Keyser,,uf Phila,
have been so desirous of evincing his liberality and love delphia, condemned. Dec 30, lat 29 17, Ion 6455, spoke brig
offree inquiry, as to be willing, in order t secure his William & Mary, crfSt Vinents, 14 daysfm Barliadoes for New-
o be w tor-eforntduandI. i nth i,. lat3431, ]on68on6837, pssedsch Gustavusof
purpose, to advance principles, which would jeopardise Boston-; 13th, lat 34 44, Ion 70, spoke brig Lincelb, 4 days from
the safety of society. Eastport for L4 Orleains ; 19th, tat 37 30, Ion 71, spike sch tPanta-
Our writer is of opinion also, that because mankind loon,' AHllen, 5 days from Portsmouth for Baltimore,; 94th, brig
are generally more .v ned by the objects .., .. of. their Magnolia, Portland. 16 for Matanzas-captsick. From lat27 17 Ion
67are generally more governed by the objects W their to lat 35 2, Ion 69 45, the Dorotha for 15 days experi-
senses than by any thing else, that therelbfore they only enced verve heavy gales from NW : on 21st inst.' was within 40
look to what is associated with these'for pleasure orsor-1 miles of Sandy Hook, when she was driven off by a heavy gale
row ; that they care vastly more for "what is preent ftor NW. accompanied with a tIa of saow. Octl5,lM35,Ilat.24
.ow -a ar -- ... o 54 S. lon 67 30 E. Benjamin Jdhnson, late2d officer of brig hamp-
tangible, real, than for all that is spiritual, invisile.tnd ton, died of yellow fever.
remote." 'This is no doubt true in a certain sense, and Br brlg Lord Glenelg, Inch, 118 day's from Dunidee.
to some degree. But if it were universally the case, it Brig Thatcher. Woodbury, Porto Cabello, -35. Brig Edwin,
wouldnot prove that where they can screen themselves ChasteAu, of Baltimore, was at Sononate, Nov19, Id for a(.
from human scrutiny and punish nent, many of this Spoke, Cpe.Hatteras WNW 30 miles. s-h Ja-ne, 3 days, fi Ruin
Sro human scrutiny an pusnenKe;, many ot this y for Elizabeth City, in distress, had' lost iails, jib boom, top-
very class are not deterred by the consideration that in miAst, &c..and crew in a state of starvation, supplied them with
a da or an hour, what isnow passing may be reviewed bread, beefand water. The T. has been,20days onthec.oast, lost
"o" pa"s --ng 0U, bulwarks, &c.
by their unerring Judge and that tney may pass into riI orham, Darien, 30. 5thinst. fell witoh Con-
prsne ii aleupntertis W aSte ri$ Ann, Gorham, Darien, 30. 25th last. -fell imtwittyraoh Con-
t His presence with a lie upon their lps. We say then atellation, from Machias for N York, in a sinking condition : took
that in this c'se the solemnity'and sanction of an oath offthecaptaainancrew. h.
adds. to the security of society, and strengthens the.4old -laigPr.mium, Coburn, Darien, 20th instt. llt 35 20, Ion 71
They have upon even these "short-sighted, nnunagia- 1l5, spoke ship Parthenond. seefrom Boston forwind NOrlW. Ceansldera.-
tiv, usprital erons ~ f hra s -BelOwbtl shigv,Slbrigs and- severel'schs.:wind NW. Conisidera-
"tire, unspiritual persons,''of Whnm ne speaks.- ble 4drlfh le iI North and East Rivers. All the vessels reported
The writer objects to the law as it now stands, be. above avt.got safe alongside the doclks
cause "it undertakes to bring within its jurisdiction OfiCe of Essex Register.
r matters of private reflection and -opinion." But it is S, ,Ja 3-A brig Wm enn. pleton, Pars, 2 t
Left, %,gs, oarer, welaen, fo NYo rX~Kt 4.; Mercator, Towfvs-
not so, as long as they remain matters of private 7flef- tetrne W" en ials,late ofSaloNme 4old, Atpoma
Ismn.u ofG inhgalladlante of Salim) do4, tM in
tion. When they'dt become controlling motives o f on- bu 5th, barque Gentleman ; brig Amiethyst, Hill, finm Salem.
-! duct, they' affect the -public, and are no longer private& The W: Pthas experienced ve. severe weather off.tbe cqa "
s For instance, I may be guilty in the sight of Heaven ri.wzusi POaT, Jan 27-In port, brig Tattler,.f-tb'N ortk, tea'
guity purpose dy ; ch Fairfield, Sherman N York for Boston. ............
"'I forea it ups ee xctd;bu urfn]w .... ... Ar at Osterville,'25thl, sob !Emblsem,'Kelly,N Foados fqr-B
," 4 snnot -harm me-; let me commit an act, and then hu- saihlt; 's Banher, alid 'Baltic, N York. HItrbersonitlawh"ob.
"i man laws seek to ascertain the purpose, the spring of nuctted by tee. '" .- .
i action. So while the Atheist speculates bnly, e is ac- CATINB, Jan .26-The brig Oristds, Dockendorf., from Sydvey,
e ': countable alone to his-imaker. Wien he undertakes to NS for Boston, with a cargo of coal, struck on a ledge in York'a
? bear testimony itt a Courtof Justice, his opinions cease Nrow abaen P Irew adwan'she atsle m l ot2lst,
,, to be speculative merely,-they become practical i and Isle. The brig belonged to Boston. ; ; '; :, ,4 .-
E his fellow men have-a right, on the ground of self-pro- Sailed 22d, shirp St Leon, Wescott,'.N Qrles*a "
n section, to.4earn his principles. But it is not tn ian p--- ... ; .. '
?twbo'"ryct*m xh pj~yi tenojr of his way- iii upiri it DISASTERS, ETOc. ;*u'
I ', and moat ho is iitrroftf~~Y'l'Q^ ~ ti<*i<-f" aiG ita, iCoirtnni 4JS vicy is'l~i am;, vtiw
e ,,l mm n, ,hriae~e~nruio,,..,....yo. !a.tetz xn(e 1.* an Esastdrty .gsu 12th inst.. ibios were nunnl
?*;the rniwCwha will have the -hardihood on one dayUlb.r r- geI~wr51*1ver6'! u1~t.^ Bar,-: blot Insr eM s
'* *,i>44.> ^ icule.th i'deat hat there is a Go4;itan-thie very next'faty ing it impossible to zetiff sbteo tlhe .oretp to-come in, str ln
e t4-o !c-ll ipii- inr solemn mockery twheat wltmsqt tbr, f-re'oaitned .ogee [time, ai.d ntaJy triftled on 0b C N
I Vthe treth ofwhat he asserts. Has not MOI& an onb $ iw,ylhere pahlau~ed, and cana b.e iot o*waramb
*adthis opinions matters'ofpnblic'nctottety,aa -ldhas sait#ir osL e.wsrE',-& -o ... ,iu, ,t,, ~ .
t~~~~~~~ tiei-eimn ester,-e ofli liuiygpp-h 8af% Cop n- wu totally, ,ostw~th ner c-
P not society a right to inquire into the- truth of mkeu go.salt on Sit Catheall htsnd pee%:"cre de aVw. '
- statements- c erping a' iadividuMl whose, te estiaoy ,ch ,trh, Chapmsiaan; iW ,,w Orteans, wt Itbtai lost i
- may decide-t le jur-r' favov of life or death?, Si4sI GStAie*Stn Bat, Deck8 :cMlW e~tle a idamagedMtate, and sold
-f- ai- ti- e's --.ons h- ave s,.--.-- be -m-" -. .f benefl or- u der--.... -. ...... .uann.
8 'priatereeetft. ^, ^^-EJ *; ^t1^ tyo(4%~om,Jte/adrifr: wtt*flwbt~rir6>0 dl' A

r the Itheri01, onecoiton the ioeff inene to j a, L.4, wtntiw ftth 800kissvo, 1oe
f "hore.rnen-teyelieve an4righiegh!n;in to dsht,% omeflpbeaaDenniso fllff'-^lbir*aektd;I 'c 2
l e fttf'- ae at i rtie find lo t t Shifp Elisha nof, AL'lw, York, paedo Lkf Block Ticd,
~Iii~e~ ~ li~~ c&'theenlt-~ a square .jers"-
..... .... Irinedve" sealand. .
t eProvidence ii a M in'tiart lindi11- 1ex 'X ma., -, '!.,
T is cognized In they've isexistence e 'Goww nt P' JA 1- 1WALERS r r a.
-nd 4the lawa guarantee certain rights-and phviliges .(,fl a1e4w-York 27R ship America, Felgerr.BhMfFa
r t thor citizens, on condition of theit dbeyliene. to ffi? cahuana. 124, with 800 bb ssp oiL Spoke eg tv Almtm 4d
? 11.*i; One bf these prii$legniu that of giviig/, dti' lat 16 5. Ion 31 W. Urtnbo, fin
imony.-.ut the writer would say, the Atheaisne J i., es 'jk i p alfhkatlr.lflldiWSOtU
* barred frlw..this privilege, or forced to believe whi: he 4ioi4(gla'flMeav, ,-" .- -, r,'."- : .
- cannot. ,: What then ?- Whose fault is it ?- Does f-' sAtTinoro inbuny fii. Co.n, (^uppose4 c, -Ce1lt t
r GOoremn t atte~p~t to.06r^o i 60l~ief Nf.W Ri a
GIt onlyd..iernt t9 know wiiithis beliefis, thAi mjnay, iutscbedraepm A9,; fisid. .dt, Nan 3iti, CoriI
k kno,WfhtlF -he desires to,:,agsil hinmselfp of one of tihian, NB 746, 9i thaes "ro ;i9s; ,Oct2,Supeit,Wilmling,1
; thie -piileges which the lawscsppInto indmvidUalj t t,.Autdrt,NaLO' mtsFBse,ChrMtt,,. t .o.
s .bra of scitic,, The AthqptJis noftAaged notfnharm- .tk -. .-i t' sll
Sed for his tbo.gh.but whenthetooht ud-i -'te, N' Vrolrft- -i-age, 1 York. '
i conduct-or ractier, -he i niot t6tb6 adbwed to 0ak' >itvl i, vl dlniier) ,i..
-. utof them for the injury 'of his fellow-menB- T- e 4 Sailed frrmsiiaff,l.lEuliose,Qwiti, N York. _i r, U
,AbeAixindsist t(it, Dec4olaMak ItU,_Curt
Athisttit tC'oci~qksh~nd i'~ zdlfle' aI~ dansuppose4*6havere W o Wh5V=#*J
r not, agree mfisentiment wfthnAhe great body ltm 99*ip- tboundriSlV"asd.s) -i, ftS
t muunity, he must not complain ,thatsuch privileges are Ai tiw th, Dec 7, Kron Pritn en, Btockhot 'r
W ith4difrq him as canot'Ai their .vi hie Araarseils, BNov2. 'LduW n ~ ,,r; ..b. Jn- e -^'
trustedd in Ih& n eping; r 1 Boso n AraMaeis',ov, oua'roanet..
With equal juticae might the -convict" icr outo PtW .. ., LE.T, *TC. -
Pison 6onplaen t hibe is not a -owedt6jestifyl'n qr At.. ..ydneyNW. .u.iy U, brig Lraitet.t, nif
of wen as estnjoy m'rrt b mae--Towa-earutRom iihda-e,0ers Storm on tfipsh age, Wd~it "
SCortf Jpsce when his testimony mht be mate- dfmnages, and would sail for South Seas, next day.
rial. And- why lis he endedd? j ,st: the f tiultof 9- B ailed from Smyrna, aboul Dct 4.JSrrig VLip4l. eskr Yt. s
qety that he h4 Made hqrf an t he a s Ar at Palermo, no dote, brgCyiusJeqtps,'tsh ;,-AM i
Sverleapedthe barriers whidh society had erected for its -No-5, brirgeico, Crde forpBien, u und i -.
and ac~niy; ard-fiadre thatbe hs-re --illeltfroin Measitia, No~v 0, brig4.Helen Mar, N York.
preser.atiop and security; .&ad-fini-ing thathe hasre- At Roft-dam, abouu Nov 13,-; ip Mldli4a, eofltrque Nets-
dered hisexelusioh neeselaryby ity OWW vd-untary-ae tt, hi0.,Wt6if.or.N Y rk, ready; -
- 's he to turn round and-, complain of those who hdveI' Itrseilles, Nov? lips COpla., i Y ork, nslt y Stt, s,'
e (,nw,t,, -ad t ;0n, Sc i- -y -. (N**)d^l10, Dfono, cily 4 f;ltatultt ?niDlptr NO0-
Sexcluded him?- leat. 4. C Z hy ;%on_%
,-,..,s p .-.. =i .-.; ; e~ lf; C -faifi6 -brig Vt~l Miw/!TWt-n~
-. t -bmeubers of this community have ibrmead-a social a, W r. 'le 24tharquiVropa, Fedi, foetqn A
Scoitpact, in which God is recognized, and oathli are re- p. Cb- l inaLewm;NOreas. Barqtue Varheta, Stevee,Bot
Sq"4"d to be.adii.stezed. No one is compelled toagr Ar o d 2%bh, (not 4 h' reporte -m-d.)l
ex d o n s co a t; u ; A l G ibjr l D of ee b ig L a rider, c i il o~ t iM erse lM
'u rn pinionwiththosemwho havefbroledt compait;6but 4Mr lS $ Crk -
"if they cannotagrTee with them,pan they complaVin ifate'y _Al Malga,2d ultship Olive & Sli, nKep fmi Timft. -
d ixe 0ccasiomaly deprived of privileges whiAt are int&, oAt Leghorn, Nov 9,, brig Favorte, $itho, ae'rty diW7tielic
Y latelyy interwoven with those prin'ipie to which they Mn. .-- -- -, -q. ... ig
do pot yield assentFr They ale exiluded, indeed-b,4t Charub,'Doanb dowon.- t '
I- it is because they-cannot be admitted without a sunrexy- -. lail frnnyney,11SW, July 16HarJiallnure,
f. dry of %hose principles which the majority'deem esqea- non, Mnnitll.-' b cai fte,'towei. *, o 7. Sik.
n tialto the maintenance, stabilityaend welfare of soci- .At m ifte I 6 rwdq. r t- -
ed 16th, suM I
etvyt A (T-Pe bco '-d.) Sail d S,.w c4ir not in November; as reported) shup%

Nov 22, off the Lizard, brig Curtis, Mfrryman, from Havre for
Orleans.- .
Dec 14 tatt 16 N, Ion 50 W. brig Cadet Bobson 16 days hence
'or Surinam. .
SDec 19, off Crooked Island, brig Marttftin Sta Marth fbr Niw
otrk, with fi,remnst badly sprunn--would puIt into C, I. to repair.
Dec 24, lat 41, tIon probablyy incorrect; ship Senator, Stacey,
in Boston for N Orleans. 'I
Dec 26; lat 24, Ion 81, slip- Frailcis Depau, from N Orleans for
Liverpool; same day, la; 24 15, ion 81, ship Franconia, Wood,
rom do for do.. o .
Jap 3, lat 2W 50, or79 28, was passed ship Powhatan, from
Natchez for Liverpool I ,, -, -
Jan 8, off DHS Keys, barqui Argosy, Plunmmer, fin N Orleans
for Liverpool. 'rr
Jan 11, Cape Florida SW 30 miles, barque Venice, King, 6 days
from N Orleans for Liverpool.
Jan 15, atl33,Jon 72, brig Lydia,lyingto in a gtle.
No date, fat 4440, Ion 24, was seen ship Friamce. Fm New York
for Havre.
No date, lat 47; loo 18 30, ship Howard, ot N York, standing E,
reported having seen ship Mary Ann, Child,fm MHavre for NYYoit.
No date, off Barnegat, brig Thatcher,ftn Sta Martha for N York.
Jan 10, lat 35 50, int 70, snch Ocean, Hills, of Edenton, NC. un-
ier jury foremast, having lost bIxth masts in a gale 1st, off Ocra-m
ock-was very leaky, and would make first port. ,
Jan 21, scl -- from Elizabeth City for Boston.
SAr at NeW Orleans. 2Oth, ship Jacob Pennell, Martin, Portland;
via Savannah ; schChas Appleton, Sherman, Gloucester, 28. itn
the river, brig Morris Cooper, fin Havani. Cid. ships Rutbicon,.
Rogers, Havre ; Tallahassee, Meany ; Alfred, Cheever, and Lotp-
isville, Palmer, Liverpool ; schs Rhine, Smitlh, Mobile; Callao
Pool, Apalachicotla. Towed to sea Jgth, ships John Hale, and
Congress. 5 ships on SW Bar, outwardt bound.
Ar at Mobile, 20th; ship Emerald, Place, Charleston ; brig Vir-
ginia, King.-Philad ; seb Orbit,N Orleans. Cid 19th, ships Eliza
& Abhy, Gardner, Greeo.k ; Rob -Roy, Arnold, L'pool; 20th,
brig Two Sisters. Marshall, N Orleans.-'
At St Marks, F. 6th, ship Oconee, Wilson, for Liverpool, une ;-
brig Chais Carroll, Hong, N York, 3.
Sailed ftom Pensacola, 7Ith, brig Luna, Bease, St Marks.
At Jacksonville, F 20th, schs Nevis, Mottuir and Peru,Charles-
ton, Son.
SBelow Savannahi, 18th, sch Redwing, Weeks, fr Charleston.
Ar at Darien, 18th, brig Franklin, Harrow N York. ,
Ar at Gharlestogt. 19th, brigs Avis,Pierce, Havana ; EehoFteh -
er; "and Choctaw,, Howes, Boston ; 20th, Sw brig Axel, N tork.;
sc.h William, Cousins, Gonaives, 12 ; 21st, brig Elmn, Croft, Va-
tanizas, 5; ich Geo Villary, Jacksonville. CI'd brig Belvdere,
Brownell, MobLile ; schs Caledojiia, Windsor, N C ; Atlas,Head- '
ley, Savannah aind Darien. Sailed, 20th, sch Edw O'Brien.
Ar at Norfolk, 17tli4,scb Silver Spring, Higgins, Boston. Re-
turned 16tb,mschJllliois, Weeks, (fin Boston) for Richmond; iwaw
ing been prevented going up James River, which was froseb
across at the Pointof qShoals 13th. .
SAr at Wilmington, NC. 15thI schs Polly, Wiornms, Barbadoes
17th, Lagrange, fHeriiman, Maltatzas; brigs William, Smith,
Boston ; 18th, Susan Mary, Brown, Turks Island ; 19th, scl
Ward, St John, Berbiee. Cid 14th, brigs Cabinet,P Fisher, Barbs-
does ; Ouizabo, Otis, St Domingo j 17th, Basfine, Fish, St Croix;
Aannawan, Sandford, Matanzas ; 18th, Febt Albert,, ferriman,
Mariegahinte ; 19th, brigs Zephyr, Baker,and Mary & Susan,Wil-
son, St Dounngo ; seb Canary Cousins, Barbadoes.
Ar at Edenton, NC. prev to 19th, scb Good Return, Simpsoni,.
West Indies. Sailed, sell Zephyr, do. .
Ar at Baltimore, 25th, in tow of ice boat, barque Col Howard,;
Gatchell, Cronstadt, Nov 1, Flsineur, lth ; brigs C'oline, (Dian)
Bock, Rio Janeiro, 84; Baltimore, Atkins, Boston s schs China,
Bacon, do; Edwin, AI'Kenzie, Philalelpliia. Cd, brigs Victor,
JarviA, N Orleans ; Volant, Wright, Charleeton. Sailed, brig
Pactlu4 ido ; sch Wave, do; Charleston Packet, Mobile, Tel-
escope, Nantncketj Merey.

To the -Ho. J3AMUEL P. P. PAY, Esquire, Judge Of the Courn
of Probate, in and for tlie County of Middlesei, in the Contmonv
wealth of Massachusetts..
T B Petition of SAMUEL HOBBS,of Weston, in tWe County
T of Middlesex, A nAnetrator ofthe estate of ISAAC HOBBS,
laie of Weston, in said County o1 Middlesex, gentleman, deceas-
ed, intestate,-Humbly shows, That the just debts which the saiid
deceased owed at tetimte of his death, together with the widow'.
allowance, funeral expenses, cost of finishing the stock in the'
tannery, charges of administration, and notes in inventory not
c)llectable, amounttto the stmin of thitty.-one thousand seven hbu-
dred and twenty-seven dollars and twenty-five cents; that the
peronal estate of the said deceased, by the inventory thereof,
duly exhibited in the Problikte Office, together with the gain on thet
sale of thie personal, cash _collecteA, rentm of real estate, interest
accumulatediou. motes in inveittory, anad suntry articles riot ap-
irised, is twenty-ive thousand four hundred and sixty six dol-
lars and thirty-three cents. and the value of the real estate of
said deceased, by the said inventory, is sevenmthopsand three
hundred and seyenty-seven dollars and fifty cents-Wherefore
your Petitioner praysthat hlie may be empowered and licensed to,
sell somuchof, .the real estate of said deceased, as will raise tse
sum of six thousand t wo hundred and sixty dolls and ninety-
two cents, (f-hc payment of his just debts and charges of admin-
istration. -. S LWHOBB.
Jiddlesex, so. At a Court of Probate, holden at Cambrlidge, An
and for said County of Middlesex, on thie tenth fiay of January,,
A. D 1837. ', : .. ,
Upon the petition aforesaid, tbis day poefered by the above-
named Samuel Hobbs Administrator, Ordered, That the "ai4
Administrator 'notify all persons interested4.therein.to appear a-t a
Court fprobate, to be holden at Charlestown, in, and for said
County, .on the-thbird Tuesday of February next, iby publication of
the foregoing petition, with -this order tbereon, three weeks suc-
cessively in the newspaper called the Independent Chronicle avd;
Boston'Patriot, printed at Boston, the last publication to bhqten
days at least before the said third Tuesday of February, whetkan&
where they may 'be heard, concerning the sane, an d umake return,
tinder oath of his doings hereli unto sa4 Court. ...
S S. P. P.-FAYJudgeof Probate.;:
Copy--,Attest: ISAAC FISK4 Register.
Jan 17 'C3W
CO1IMWMSSlONERS' NOTICJB-The Subscribers hay--
%., Jug been appointed by the Hon. Sheirman Leland, Judge of
Pribate for the County of Norf(dolk, to receive and examine the-
claims of the creditors to the estate Of ; -
: ..... 'EDWARD SUMNER, -
late of DorcheSter, ho said Cotuhty, pbpe'maptilactomrrdemeatd,
represented& insolvent, dohereby give niottee, Ifat ix mobthl are
allowed tW Mid creditorsesto bring in and pomve theli claimsn-and
that we viMattend that service at the -PoetOffice, is Mlilton, on0
'the firs T ruaesd of January, Febrdary, Mhrch, April, May uniV
Juhe, 1837,2-fron; nine tb twelve o'ieck a the tforcnoon of sacn
ofsid 64. NATHAL 12. MARTiN, Italnims-
-SOSWflA' mRVE, st**onet..
Dtorchester, Dec. 94,-1836. C ", ,JaC6Wb J.." .
ljiOfCltE- i -hereby liven, that the sohwtben have been -ap-
:n poialed bz :t leonarble*.'P.'R. Fay, ,Eq. J utge0f i..-
Court at Probate in and (or the County of MiddleseX1 to re&)ve
and eramifl tboe cdaixn of the cedrtod to, the state of
..... -; -' OLtyER--Ut)O W R ., .-, .*;. .- ..
Cour4tld ter,'lale ntWoburn, in said County, deceased, Intestate,
represented insolvent, and si" month. from the atnthi day tor
Jw.mwy~ii u allowed by said Judge to th,.e redttors Se bring iu.
*fprl hed l ir claims, and te}y, wm attend that so-ufee at thp
hMiee-efmhos. Richamdson, Jr. an slid Wobujt, on the fifteenth
day of February, March and June ftl/llogeetofiz o'clock3 P.M.
"iOMA& RICHXAibSOW(a^^pt' .L.)
:.." TRE&BRICK FLINT, "l C'o1.asimmoners.

MvnaLnfw &4-Th the helrS ltw and all othmbe'iMUS ib
the estate of LYDIA TAYNTOR.,tie of Maribermtt. in-sitk

*O~Y ,t vingl*JWhalt, deceased,*Intetfate, "wtbtti
IT UtUBAS J3?SUPH T &YNTU", Administratsr of the efstr
of said deceased, has presented -lWsbmice to Ibe .Judg6
oft 'Probat of swoid County, le .first au,- haaL.Aminta-
1I0 nOon Mt of said e63 e aa)accoua(, We
clims Sai frvydl tr uhereof- ..,. )I ... F,
Xou aehereI :oine4.ol appr a Cout$ gi,!rwi, o be'
a idetdMnf h CAim -uifeo tyri UirTuOs
March n iC shewm i' r nay,,
allowance oftlewlamhe.a p.. 1w. _
\ sitneu a.;P. P" AUAtW dj o.PuobmW~ai4 Ail'lBurt>>ml toil
t.wgtsfil-th. Bfy Qf Q r,A.D. AiM .- ,.,.> .
Sam 17--*C3W ... 68G FISKE, q ,ki.
i -T. "n ;. wu uia, a. :* ;
. @G J lirW V"SS SOBLSDi. S.^D'LSMKM-, U..
QC.Pb bip' P**ajd eworkhp;b*.For sale, wbehdale.S-
i .'*-.,'V rt 'Ti *; '-* : *' I~laltiby-l,. I:* t
i .UAt':4 P.AliWIN C HAPFIN.N,
S-- -..Ai-hF siA-theFem ---.-...- ,
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JIpLA. 6. kCL Zltdl.
t tXW!TT'9" w^eif.rqwta lM.- Conra :a, Mlll
i 4.l i ffM '.w edy-.fi U9 t eoffl., WbiM iei-
! eases q.laMiver, H Afl.he, Heartburn, dour Stomach i fL,
4 Appetite, Dlhpirjm We kness f thJ.imIba, Cbstivenes,iu .
4 The'gtlfaiiy*VllrstBkittsitlt-Mefl evedW lbsftuei
, effects lImitdbl d ilt following strong proof Is uffilnilg fclal
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1De9f U ip.with#6iW.ordtnary intenlttaot I eMtstake twi
reuzlw "wto- sie public the virtues df.Jewett's lIntirovedVea-
ab Pills, or German Specific, for the cure Of indgat -.e
I ,wvi can klnbeen ofSeWthe most hmwen N 't*i4
ing long wet at defsece medical aid, ling, exzdMl,'WIt'e
< more ftnoAnabib i4HeW, tbe wateaW od atoga. Being totally
peadM islirind ani body, I wasiandiced aiuoiet'-ilboUIt rie
Sto lmake W of the above i FwIl4 and wqp4r6' )y i4'

;ecpd, aid I am almost enrfelM n-A Umm dZ
'tr i .IIuiplailt, w. (1for pevien years haAs se le gi -ia_
UrP.tjle etlitpopilarifnedis .m J ... A )- i 4
r .- t.I iyoujVrsreVtftil#,. : i ,.SiON KIADM..
t Mifoker ol'f the Gospel, Sudbtuy,, i.
i Thelowing isam eat"9fa _lpfltt llnjf
tWt. fetved throhg&ttbe^ t t !Too%=,
I am indeed b.r -dlbnga or -fl,-e e o 1 lte.t1i.tf1 i '
known to the pub.e .be followig curetIy mnf f vet's
th~ pb~s~me(clwin -c.Mbymeitofl q a i's L .