The Albany Argus
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Title: The Albany Argus
Uniform Title: Albany Argus (Albany, N.Y. 1813)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 55 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: J. Buel
Place of Publication: Albany N.Y
Creation Date: November 2, 1821
Publication Date: 1813-1825
Frequency: semiweekly
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Newspapers -- Albany County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- Albany -- Albany
Coordinates: 42.652594 x -73.757314 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 26, 1813)-v. 13, no. 1328 (Oct. 14, 1825).
General Note: Publisher: Leake & Croswell, <Oct. 17, 1823-Sept. 13, 1825>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
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VOL. X.]

AJ--a-Iany.,--Fri da y, tine 20,. -

-[NUMB~iEEf 10412.w

a-'. H *-- rEi).'lCs. Ha,'dwat ..C(./, i/l, Sa, dd ,,,&c. c.

FOUR DOLLARS- -PER i.'.''. '- -X -IIE- '-,--; havereceived, by the latearri-
.C -. vals from Englaud a very extensive and geue-
ONE HALT TO 'B PAID INADVANCE. ral assortment of
Subscriptions for less than a iear to be -fa.dwar, Ctu & S addlQ, r
aaid wholly in advance. -'Jo papers stopped till ardware, Cutlery Saddlery,
arrears are paid up. direct from hibe mouf.ictureis, which they 'offer for
*/* ADVERTISEMENTS a-.'rhi ?,...a., :,'.- ,.. ,'a- ,,l I. .', for cash orapproved credit.
ed on the customary terms. hey keep as usual, a general assortment of Troy
** Insolvent wtices inserted six weeks for Noails, English and Ameriican Hoops, English Blis-
-one dollar and sixty-seen cents, ten -weeks for tered Steel. Swedeos. German and Cast do. Bar
two dollars-and notices of absconding rW""I. Iro.. ..11; i, A.ei r Shovels, stable forO
three months for $6 75-to be paid in adveunce. .- t "
"*,* All letters and Communications nmust be SPENCER STAFFORD & Co.
postpaid. May 1,1822. 68tf
",* No mail subscriptions received for less
than three months. John L iling asI and

T ro bo1 &oiXallW'ks.. Alvan Burr,
T H a-e .,?t.a a* ia r .arnr-I'ntlh- -rocitin'tr dup- ATTORNEYS AT }.LW,
cJ,l,e a .:it.- a l ,. : -,r .I [ -- .. ,lVEi :a 1 i .... i.i 1 -_ ,' illaop r,f A p- I
e t 'i a :t, iri .lin i to thepublicon reason : .. iy a .il i- l .. il i rl ap
able terms, viz.r. la raI tih,, i" a .. 0 Ilr' Sli-n.rn (-m -L i,
3. 4. c.40 F., ,1 l" 1 ,' ,,r, .i. -t : i r r ; l. l rI. Ca,, l Ci:.r.a ...a P[I. as3,r t. .county i i
3. I. 6. 12 ,' d i20 l r. l -. ; I, a .n. I ti. ;rQ,,r ,.;.r,, t ...,i .E L.
11 .i tj *.' a-..l a- .T.. -. rrt a-ta.-d' r e i r'--, a- ea 'nniaa l ;1 ]i.l5U III
ina,,i l rna dal Sli ',,I l i ,-i 0 -l-ia hl' iral0
.-p ..n. an- ., .I.. a-1-. E. iM. POM EROY'S
ra ,t ara,-- t,...r~- nail r--, .
i.rId,:, ala c -ta -l. -b.rn,:l *" r.-.a r 'ii an'a l M AGIC M ETALLIC ...
.u a inall, r,.,...:lil. nr- an ,. ial -Iran .. :R s
I. TO\\N-END. "
All ,Apl 12. 60tf Ci)N, l 1 r a CONT.AN '-.up l,. at -,.'ipoanul Pale "
Al are kept on liaad,i,.-.r ;,-, i. 1'. I Rt. KLS,

W ILLIAM & JOHIN TJA.1ES, 7a,a ..a..- a o iisPae- it, iumbfent on
Grocers aiJl Commission 'irthat.ii:', ,i 1,., .--iar I i, I p.niirc. iI.n,, ,I.3iwithsataidingthel
No. 18 South street, New-York. -isrepresentations of some whoihave endeavored,to
C ONTINUEto make liberal advao.-e or, ill .r..'- i:.. epi.ibiaf. he will continu.- t.I,. a-il p..
kind of COULNTIRY PROIUI CC C t L ill at .S i.p.Sir vy .-ore, every tcicic ,,fI[.. : kind ,C'Er h .r .
bem for il .J inh l ,ci.-ia ..in.,l .:-iA O/, 'a- r ofre..1.-A, J vil I tii.Che iLtiOl of not usingtoo'
I,31 i g il ;p reill ,.1f .,,-aii. la to them froai. Alt.rt,,V, .r.u.L aoi.i.:a i-.a ir d to the directions, be tru tshe
aIr rtC.- a ill a a-, t iiere, by aIlyiat ia .- h ,a nI hI- n,,hi-,ppo.in ed.
ROBERT JAMES & CO The certificate of professor Silliman, of Yale Col-.
Their experience i' i Le I",i.0, 1 rtEher" irh lege, (who would not lie imposed upon) and also o
the particularattentionDt l ..-tallt r.e la-ted t.ir,. Mr. Cresoick, an experienced cutler from Shef.
aterest of their friends, afford a cr(nai r -- th i r-I. l. le h r ,ill ila. aerbil nI nnn s f li .'- .
they a.-ill i a- i-faction io those a u .....-,,rid p anr.i -hTbuiL0 r u ,e-l >, i-ill], i' o, .n:lude1 r t.a- ,Usl-
perty to tth ircare. c-ie l.:. tn aI r:. ii' .m a. in ua d,
'N-Vork 1 March. 182 itf Jan. 23, 1821 35 P

T HEC.ut-a irt. tsa- i car,cals rr.:'t,\ from the .,iE E E.EIP.l, .I.\lfER ;. KEELER, arid
in iru .i- i rn l:r a .-I r..iia.,- : -'d..j ....li theyof- j J V3 'ILE'G G ai kTHEf.. nl,-. entered into co,
for i..r .i, u n ihe mr..n Int. :.ol a eri..., a l.,i a ish or ap- [. i, ,-.,a, f irn Ia d F. m, I. -I,,,n' an.d Commiision Busi- r
proved credit,rviz: a r i:, ,Ja.r the ltrm .-i.1 IAMES REI.LER ,. Co.
3, r %^fChests, half chests and catty boxes com N.:. I.'' -,'.ii-.-l,, N. r i.:..k. an-ii I-lcr, and ai
l30 prisiing a general assortment of green Mather, corner of Quay street and Mark lane, on the in
and back TEAS" dock, at Albany-where they will receive aiod for- st
3 r" .I M,,ia, ward agreeable to.directions, all kinds of merchan- co
S10 -d. I-lls :-., Malaga, sherry and red I' dize and produce, or sell on commission at either ce
156 half pipes and Pico Madeir, .- place, ifdesired. v(
5,u rc- kr 0].1'.:.r T.-~ tr,. AlbIany, M rClb 9,,1822-- 55tf I
C...nr,,,. M ala,. 'al
0 p i.e L. P. Teneriffe IA FARM FOR SALE.
20 pipes Cognac brandy
10 do Span sh do o .,,a l ,,',r.:-IJ ,n ib ,,baat..-,b! r- a-, i. ,
do Holland g in Sa-u ,.di.-1. 11iA, u i, 1- la-iiv.iL fIand- i..I-,-
10 'do American do n lr, Fct I. ll,.m, r -.il,,on. I C.I ,he ,-:,own o It' a
-35 hhds St. Croix, M usco-) lai l.aI, d ,1-, la.d, a tr a ran late iia e pr.: p.rry :, i d s.
40 bbls and vado, brown Hav- ,SU IoA-l5 In a;l or. a :,ia-,,a-:d l,:r' aS,. aat,' -d i-"*ahi',:,-', d c,
10 A .e aar, rahil;a d.o and a- il .- iral:, (...ativ ,', AlIan,, an.,,,u ralu r mile and a h,
E, I r ) d ', i. h lh arl r. 1r.. : i. i -l ':.pp I.:sa it,.: t yI --.1 Tro. C.,r.
20 'Il. I.iinp6a.3l I...i i ( r.l,,.r. a b.-un 5 ..i a,::, ',ll prp..a ir-,:-.nasd a. in.,
30 :.,ia- ,aa.:, 'f- aria a,'d -. Cr.a rrm apl:.uI;h nr ,a -i..., nd w,:... land. The hou- ,lar,.l
25 1-. iN -a' L..ni.J.ai.r. ,Ja1 ,n tJc a', -1 gr..ur.i, arO, I. t-.andm4r ly s.riu;r,.J ,
40 .1. 1 ,. ,, ,. I .. 1 !..'.i rit -,,.b- n ir a !a a nc .: .,' o f1a tilhe ilud-I n Tr
5 0 -v..a n il ,. ..,l... r n .a- a I a ,t ,l n ai -i.J -.i lh-, ar ,, crl It
:.il .I" a.i.-" ,?'.J ald I j- I t i:. Ia o .l :I I" T a i- m ..i -.h .rI it. : u- T.nwan..la, .. uu.,a a r J
l, Ii I a a.rI .. a I 7 I .i,,i lr a ,,a l l.. I II .. i ei a nl -.:.n lln,,
n. .;U ,-n. It nodl ihe .' llln' Il, lht- 'r .l,.,, c, n. ,
.lu '_ ^'-J J'ii',,:,11,,. 1- .' I' FEE. ,a.,,,:l,,,l" -,,,,i.;,i .-. ,.-,aial m in ...,,ipi -i lIm r.n an -!

i u 1 3 ,J ..u lhe all(nl .n oi
l .-. niSi a :-'.,- i ..:,' a ;In, p 4 .: rad improve a very
I,,: a i.*J- RAISINS. 'handsome country residence. About one halfof the
'." a' -- purchase money will be required on delivery of the '
S title, which willbe indisputable; the remainder may
SP: '.- o.,l ii-,ana.j remain fora term of years, secured by mortgage. If
.' I1' i do, -gi not previously sold by .the first day of March next, it
k freh cloves will then be sold at public'vendue on the premises.
I .c .5a"le A more particular description of the place is not
2"' i. a".i r thought necessary, as any one inclining to purchase,
al.41i "... ,,-,r ... will of course previously view it. Apply to either "
10 : '. .Ir- ,t aliila i of the subscribers residing insaidtown ofWatervliet.
1 box mace p MARTHA PENDLETON, Executrix,
2 boxes citron THOMAS HILLHOUSE, Executors,
45 dar -.n,--,: .-I d .h h,1,r .vl JOHN SCHUYLER, Jan. cut a a
50' d:." i+I..: ,nr Dated 9th Dec. 1822, S2tf "
2 -'a- r o -. S ,p hIn .aii:.zo ha
a .ali al ... l 'f ra .I:- Dablint lrabe salt, I Ar
ild Pat -a.-... 0 ..oila-", .i.h. -.. i do. Boston choco RATES OF OLL,
ate, wrapping paper, empty demijohns, small and CHARGED ON THE
large, white brandy, shaving soap, American segars, .
'aspberry t, iiai rar.clr.i ;ir h t,-,lflt.hl. Germanli- & 'ilo .l y tiain 'anal s.
luor cases. ,', a:"sa- .,-'. A"- a. a" '&"Dt s l" -
i bales & bleached power loom sheeting and Dor- Ci ifilMs
case e .' lITa* I" a "-...,; ....-l'. a -:- ON Salt, per'ton per mile, five mills, 0 '5
y by (t[i. i aA"'' -L- ,. -, Gypsumn, p ton per mile, five mills, !0 5


K EPT by JOHN COOK & 'uiN .: 5 door
north of Rockwell'sMaons;,.a Hui.af. jrjd il p
poise the POST OFFICE, ANSD :.'Ihe 'ir f ,.a.l-
to Rockwell's, where he formerly lived. Mr. C uk
is induced to give this plain direction, as. many ol
his friends who have not visited Atimbaray ";ir thi -r
last eighteen months, have been a 'l: a aID uInns re
sidence, and informed him of the same.. ,
Albany, June 25. 83tf'

Whole~-aIe Dry Good aid (C'onm-

NO. 42. fI r: TrLLi, LF.LANjI ,
H AVE ;il. i,- .%a 1, o ,'-.I. :,i .... ptlia
a g( r- i i .. ,'r .. I, \ ,, .. '. l. i, .b h.
British, and I 1d D' .\ O) 6 ., -.. t-'.., hI y .,i- r r1
ow for ca I ial. I.i.,.lta i i.ari i" r..er l ,a-ce aill
four oraix ,r.',i I
N B Lo.,i..: .1 a.Jl ree madr .. an ill iul- od
;..r.,i tl [i ,,. i i ,J I-r.r I. -
I.;. *i .4;*n 1 2 li : -. "'l r

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1 .l.. .,]lC ill. '.lll [ .' Taa II] ji.i a ...f .?i l '-

T'II III r I r La t i' i'...i L.. I B.rrUlin C'atii l ,
ir l I -Li i | A I,., i-t l t-o 1 rl i 0 iidtltr'ii Ii ;il
ra.l ir ,.-,.nl -*,..In ', E. ,lA. lIA. L N

North River Steamii ,Oats.

r HE Chancnll.'Il r,pnI : l F:h .. I B1. l-,.eii N
i York ar.-I AlL.i i -:-. Tu- Ja, -, Ji a ti-]al.i

irt. h t it n, Ti. F.I- Ilr ir n ,: l a ..l I,.
toughkeeposr .-n l V, .J,,-::.ls-, ,:.. TMr -, ur l -
ays, and k..' r.v V ,k t A'l jir ".n rfi_. -
d return oi. rdi. ;.... M r.I ) 1, .1

IH C I b, ra it. r .- cil-il r i[,'.iT,- i. I l.. I .-dI
., a.r I ..,:.lla.;lh il l .-i' lI,, l, r*,: l t.. 1 .1ul ,
iry, and piC i 1.1 .: ..- lld d A I ., Ci r lHOTEL,
Sthe city ,of, T.e o" .ah.;- rn ', :1R ms dail F.* I. -
reets, form i" lh ....*:a, p l ft' M r. .t- 1n..ur -r...:i,,r
completely i, pa.n rd i.nd li n.hed. i, i-i 1t.. I. i., re-
eption oflaCle n-J ri nd nilr iiani TtII : I. r L.-,: -. n
,eI ., T... r*i ii iia ;r.. aJ i hih,. e I .,.rI ,l l:.. .i, r.n i
i l... -,r la naiuiif i.. I .. .... -i al ... i l.cai
i:.ri.-.n: l, I urlad r ,,s'r.1 .- I I. IA r.n I ea t, i
.:,r :..d.' r .- 1 rva, i i I g ll ._. li u l o rI
,'I C. -' all l an,;, hri laI.-.1. :.r i
l.t .i an niil, .i l, h ae 'l ln rir lre pr', ird ,i iiri
.C (-I-ar .~ Ui, 'i s ha-)i Ir. I ft Iei-
l. l tbe inin.n ;.i. i i Ia i ir. 1.' ir i.. 'ir 1.' ie r-e
inlii ,'t H e, and maike h a, a ia I ,'reui..al.. He
:apn n, b proper ar&lrr :.nr, to inri'&a iirai i:. puth
F lri r. t .r "vIteryI ulr i.:l a r..li rs,,.can bea ..om-i
iai %,,Lh of- Iv a Oui lodgilK..
A i Iai.;r -ra .e 1ll run iart f 'r rv dadu Iron,
r I.: AlL.n t, rid .-, a reI ulr lr gi. 'v ll m ,
oin Tr.:.3 b.. .: i:r criadi ibr lE imn a.we-i ck Lq-

*ROM the first day ofMay next, s.r -.'.rT No. .3,
.65 and 114', ashingto i -.street. E qit e a
No. 22 Hudsou-streeti.

HOSEPH DENNIISON, Ship Chandler and Gro-
) cer, Albany, No. 9, udson-street, four door
astofH Ti-owbridge's Museum, andL. & S. DEN-
ISON,at Sacket's Harbor, have constanitly on
and and offer for aleshintheap for cash or approved
edit, JOHN BNCKERHFF, & o.

Seine Twine, N6s. l and 2, of a superior quality,,
Sal makers Twine 22 Hud -street.

Russia Hemp, Cordage. asitable forlarge and small
Do. White rope,
Russia duck, No 1, 2 and 3,

Rolland Duck; Ravens Duck,
Russia Sheetings,- .
-T, P i.ha. dRo si..;

ELIAS MATHER & Ct Flour,m 6ea andalI inds o grain; artacan.a ......os.ira,
63 State street. a ted- aproviios; ot and pearl Oakum, Anchors and blocki,
Albany, Dec. 17,1822.. ashes, one cent and five mills per Shad, Mackarel and Herring,
P. S. All kinds ,l c.unitry ir.. .:i wll b .. t per mile, -, 1 Codfish, pickled Salmon,and Salt,and a general
ad in payment for g..-:..i ., ....:,....a... ,, Merchandiez per ton per mile, three assortment Ero ean DRY GOOD.
cents, 3 0 West-India and European DRY GOODS.
S tb I' ao ,g ,, Timber, squared or round, per hun- 4lbanW, Feb. 11, 1820. 36tf
dred solid feet per mile, one cent, 1 0
-1V/ / T Q ..- Boards, plank,and scantling, reduced STTE OFNEWV-YORK,
N AIL TORE, to inch measure, and all siding, O I
N o. 22 HUDSON STREET. lath, and other sawed stuff, less pos AllblheA sender
subsNO. riberUDSON ST receiving from ET.n one inch thick, per thousanPublishedunder the patronageof the Board of
HE subscribers are constantly receiving from feet per mile, onecent if convey Agriculture.
their manufacture at Troy, the following arti. in boats, 1 0 HEsubscribers, believing that the farming in-
d4es.d, 6d,-d,-d, 12d, 20. Cut Nails, ,, The same, if conveyed in rafts, two terest of this vicinity required the matter of an
3d, 4d, 6d,3d,10d, 12d,20d, Cut Nails, c es 2 Agricultural Almianack, ,o be selected b- a, practi-
8, 2, 20, Brads, Shingles per thousand per mile, two cal farmer, have applied to J. BUEL, Esq. secretary
d do., Assorted s'ze, mills, ifconveyed in boats, 0 2 to the board of agriculture of this state, who has
Ban d Aorted The ame if conveyed in rafts, 0 4 kindly consented to furnish the materials; we shall
Saw do" ") Brick, sand, lime, iron ore and stone, therefore in a.few days, publish an Almanack'tunder
Saw do. wrought or unwrought, per ton, the above title, which may be had of G. Thurburn &
,h:,t.e-i r> u per mile, five mills, 0 Son, snedmen, New-york ; Win. E. Norman, Hud-
t, r e tehe r ,, lu.willbe soldon ,, Poss and rails, fo fencing, per thou- 0 so; Paraclete Potter, Poihkeepsie; W. S. Parker
mot reasoableterms. sa nd,per mile, three cents if con- and F, Adencourt, Troy ; f,,. a.... .I... L .,-.. i,
i-a iile.] a a:.-.rdio-toor6d'r. veyed in boats, S 3 0 burgh; Jas. D Bemis & (C.:.. (. .rI.,. l].,,,; Mt,,,1
Ab -tay 26, ene ..? 8.: tfo ,, The same, if conveyed in rafts, 6 0 and Hastings, Utica; Ja, ..i., Ell-ic.a
Wood for fuel. (excepting such Spa, andatlost ofthe other bookstores in thisstate.
'% .g, shall be intended to be used in the DANIEL STEELE. & SON,
%T^f t.I U "Li : manufacture of salt, which shall :,,.- il. l,: ;I1e,
TTpul=|lish.a] .. i,, -1. at the various book f pass free) onecent, per cord,per Spt.. No. 437 -a-, ,, 'a st Albany.
a -..r, i. I i ,. olaiardcompletie system o mile, 1 0 Sept. 3. 4
lhort hand, by M. T: C. Gould. ,, na -,,. a -... .. he NOTICE. -
Tht-e ,. e i' r; ;,i d in superior style, and Ia,'.. ..,i .1 p r..,o I ,p c i i
Sn-t," ,-.-l .ih .r l. a .-.)F.r l ir.,', engravirngs, It-.,, l-i:..-. i.u l ..,, .,ad u1i.r; ,,J-, 'HfIHE co-partnership heretofore existing between
,ll ,t..',. ,:.f, : ,. a 5-Mrl,',,. Il .,,, and by the i-.., ,T I.:, ,,..:, :r,,. 2 0 1. the subscribers, is this day dissolved by mutu-
aid of which, a person may qualify himself in a few. Boats ofthis description, of less than al consent. rhe accounts will be settled by Gon-
days to record thi ',-u of a public speakers fifteen tons burthen, and on all F RYv S WALSH, No. 62 State street.
fast as delivered. a iso ispublished, for the skiffs, and other light craft, one I. L J. TOWNSDND,
use of schools and the convenience of teachers ex.' cent and fivemills per, mile, 1 5 JOHN JGODFREY,
l.n 1-13 ,I' I -- a- t a IiS 1irla -'W aI I. ny-ala 1' ,, ,:,,I. ir-ia,-, and chiefly used for the PETER TOWNSEND
eo iarge, as to'be tlegible to whole school at once, carriage ofpersois, six cents per Albany, April 3 1823
ihu-m -,j-a,'lia;r, h- nucr-ic'fy of a book for each mile, 6 0
,.-l,.. r 1i ,.A, .an, ,.ar.ral. ,. Staves and heading-pipe, perm. per John J. Godfrey & John S.W alsh
. April 22. mile, one cent, 1 0 7 JAVE formed a connection in business, under
,, ,, hogshead, seven mills, 0 7 t. the firm of
DU 1 .barrel, and others, five mills, 0 5
,, All iron castings, per ton, per mile, ""O'E ,' X 8 W a ,t^'I
Are now Receiving .their Spring Importation of one cent, "1 0
Earthenware, Gl.s &" China. ,, Articles not enumerated, one cent At the alore lately occupied by
T HElit assortment is nowextensive and comrn- per ton per mile, 1 0 Godfrey & Townsend;
plete, which they offer for .sale at New-York I certify, that at a meting of the Canal Commision- And have received, and are now receiving by the
prices. A era, held on the third of March, 1823, it was I arrivals from Englgii, a general assortment of
Albany,April 4, 1823. Resolved, That the foregoing rates of toll, should a t E 7 a o
A07- Hampers andcra4,18 of Porter and Wine be collecled,,ontlh several articles above specified, Hardware, Cutlery, Saddlery, & c.
bottles, just received and for sale cheap 65m3 for passing on the Erieand Champlain canal; and that Which, in addition to their former stock, will make
oles, the increased rates .of toll should take effect, from theirarsortment extensive and complete
T and after the first day of May next. Their friends and the public, may depend on be-
tiY-Uli11. K.^. HENRY SEYMOUR,,- ing supplied on the most favorable terms, for cash
f"NK of the first q ality-for sale at this office very Secretary of the Board of Canal Commissioners, or appr.wed credit.
l-g "- Jan. 14. March 12, 1823. 56atf April 4, 1823. 65tt

.*S "I P (. f A i [- ]- M U F .) I llet 1 .1 lh, | Ic %,P,,.-.pi.e Il, S,ate,.i N,. Yc.rkl.
-SOA oP CAeN fLES. i,, i C-n urlf 1 d.alre O .'.r ,u, ,-
P-C.1 IS' S ,i-', ".ple-..roa r-
5 0S 'i J.1.. d .1-.ui..d and dip't Candle.r. m.n,',- p e I....Roa Lo ia,,bil Telih11 and V. llin. A. i,.l,.
uacai t P .i 4 Son, Lansingb. -h, a- l .i 0 iIn i1r. i' Ii. 1 ..I- i ,i.e. ir I. i ,.,I Ulit- I,
rantedfirst quality, for sale at the factory i .- L ,,," li,..r,r [, r.,.-, ro, t il,,.r., .i t..,,,..r ,
'-. .A. KIM P L.L, [ ?Il il I q 1 La,.Lia rr,,dJ in ia C.u a 'r, irO..la%.:l F a-
No. 468 South -M market street, I ". r ''." I. i ,.,'.I ti1 ir nl. r i ll,. L1 'a a.atl' oi Sr 'ti.b ratll
I a- Jrl cl..ri ii. ira' ia 0 ial~rf ID 1li Cr-jr[i
s outh of the ain"ll -rj i t 1.1 r .. a r, n ., i ," -al c. IAla.iarn :..-d it. i-, c.i '
Sept. 3.1822. :ii -.i ai Ia,. :t r l..5 i.: ,:. i I ., i ,, n .l
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n.-: ; 1..l 2J J 1 .:' 'f 'aI Inir i w. part: lot37,
194 1-2 ,I11, t I -4 a .: lot 46, 15 a. ex.25 a.
In.. pi n -a c--..-..-,, and ',i JIl.Oit. a. partof
rt- -..l .- -' 4 1.,n' 6 1 l2 i. m I a : i 65, 178 a.
% s. ) i w. c.ra. i 1.:., 1; 7 I 2 a part.
I i T.,ai-tdpNb. 20.
L.- i a., I. r, e. side df w. half: lot 90, 1451 2 ex.
60amn. side and 30 1-4 s. e. corner. .
I'1 i,' ..,, l ail.1.. ;.,ai',,,:., at 10o'clock A.M For
furtrir particulars, application must be made to
JohrW. Bloomfield at Rome, or to Richard R. Lan i
singat Utica.
lated May 6, 1823. 74tds.
A LIST of the lands, designating the number of
ia : I'-. lwthl the number of acres in' each half
m,.. ii r.hi,. ,ont Hope and Lumberland turn-
r-,- in-.an l, a.: t.a-i .ides thereof, with the amount of
it.n ': ,L*-, a1 levied thereon the 16th Janua-
ry ,1818, agreeable and in pursuance of the act of
the legislature of'the state of New-York, entitled
"AtI act to alter and amend the act entitled an act
to incorporate the Mount Hope and Lumberland
Iu, o1-,k.: road company," passed the 11th of April,
1:3 1,, la-ich said ta- remains due and unpaid.
i,, .1[ ... -., P.,.i Division JVo. 7.
If ili hillt'].:.', 7i T5 acres, $186 87 tax.
2d 335.25 67 05
S3d 119 952
A Ilst 337.2 168 Co
S 2d 288.1 57 62
S 3d 287 22 98
S 4th' 286 8 50
,I 5th. 167 3 34
S [.6th 6 0 06
Of the above lots, is claimed to be in the Harden-
burgh patent, on the north side of said turnpike road,
54 acres in the 4th half mile, 127.5 acres, in the 5th
half mile, and 6 acres in the 6th half mile.
f W lsthalfmile, 254 acres, $127 00 tax.
2d 2d' 254 50 80
3d 267 21 36
I' l 4th 145.75 4 37
] lst 254 127 00
,: 2d 255 51 00
o 3d 269 21 52
4th 278.33 8 35
S5th 287 5 74
I t.6th 93 0 93
Ofthe above lot, is claimed to be m the Hardei-
burgh patent, 49.5 acres in the 51h half mnile, and 93
acres in the 6th half mile,
f fIst half mile, 166.5acres, $83 25 tax.
2d 216.1 43 22
S 3d 211 it 88
S 4ih 160 4 80so
I STIth 149.5 2 99.
6lh 146 1 46
a 4 lt 160 80 00

t 4th 160 4 80
l.! 5th 117 3 34,
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given,' that on the
25lhdayof July next, atone o'clock in the after-
noon, at the court house in the village of Goshen,
Orange county, the above mentioned lots of land, on
which the said tax shall then remain due, or so much
thereof as will be sufficient to pay the said tax, with
all legal charges thereon, will be sold at public ven-
due agreeable to the above mentioned act.
F I..TtJ.H WELCH, mmis-
A. !-.l, VAIL, Jun. ommrs- .
PETER E. GUMAER, sioners
Dated 7th April, 1823. 671ds

N UMBER 94 north Pearl street, is now open as a
J enteel Boarding House, where the patronage
of his friends, and the public generally, is respect-
fully solicited, by'
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T AlbanyHEOPH May Ust; 13. CARTER
Albany, May Ist, 1823. 77

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.. B illingr s t lo p. i.I .r. 7 c Ct .:' t/ .-' 7 .r .
'rT o t re1 11. ll I I i. u I I I..- .. 1 I ., lar .ui nr. I ..- "a t I .i.l a .1 1 c ,ncFe.
5411,Mt.,',I -ati ar,1i i 'taiac : ,Or ladlraloe ,ni II irte -
the same people- nnl, lth lun i .a-:,i, l ..r i.,a .. Ir. ia[e
H 'i EpetitionofArthur Breezeof tin.,Cin, 1 ii.' tiAnr, y o: Nt.v .'I rk ira,, a n- nIs, .mi A -iL,: irn.n- g ,:n .m t
Sof Oneida, respectfully sheweth: That your petition* coun,i ta ri cu'r- il i ,:r Il ri.J ti riia, ra ni la, i, -
eris seiedinfeeas tenantinommon'oannd in the equals trag ri.-" p.-aI ih,. ira- .r, uaf iud,ijd.:. a-, d
unilividedoneeighthlpartineighlthpartstorbelivded s A.,.. i 7LIn Ill23 I1 lo-i. t Aa- i i- i,,,
all those certain lots, pieces ox parcelso land and prem- .
ises, with the appurtenances, situatein the county ot'Sul- circtil c..ati t rir- c n., I iI -I.a r, ,u 1 I,, ,i ,,. F i 1,I
livan. known and distinguished as lot number twenty se- goal ..-.:h aij, .-lj I i-.f I-13 1 rt 'L rt .: -i I th :,i in si1.
ven in the seventh division of the Minisink patent, con- gelica, in si'J Ili tibr i ..el ..1 aI.:-: i.n, in JulaI
tainingtwo thousand one hundred and eighty three acres; next, to :,ci.,mni. r..: -.n iti: I .u-r1 I 1i.. r ici' l-,-
and lot number thirtytwo in the said a-nita ,iII;a-nGl .,i -ad in-.rih, *il in 1-a -.A .n fi I -a-ian" ald
saidpatent, containing tw two thousand I l i.nt.lid ard I -.
one acres. And your petitioner turt c. F.i- I -
zabeth Beekman, of the city of Newalik, ive a-arza,-l n Si tIL 'i tV f.'_. .- l r.
fee as tenant in common of and an an equal undivided f_ .a.i. J.u.J.-: r.- ,i a- n".,I- a,-:n.,.
one eighth part'of the said lands and premises, with the State of N -.i .af a nj Cj-i I-
appurtenances: anl that your petitioner us ignorant of ,
the names, rights or titles ot the persons interested in the -
remaining undivided three fourth parts of the said tracts Notice is hereby given that I have this day record.
or lots of land. and cannot therefore state them to tile ed the above notice, and that a circuit court and a
court. And your petitioner being desirous that partition court of oyer and terminer and goal delivery, will
should be made ol the said lands, tenements ,and heredi- accordingly be held at the court house, in the village
laments, with the appurtenances, humbly pras that all nge, d .- -a "n h e
and singular the aforesaind lands, tenerntsana heredita- of Angelica, linand or saidt.,,1' ;n .Ill next,
ments, with the appurtenaunec, may be divided by corn. to commence on the fourth T.,.,i, ,:'r It,: said
missionersato be appointed by this court in pursuance or month, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day.
the acts for the partition of lands among the several own- Dated Angelica, 8th May, 1823 79w4
ers tieteof, according to their respective rights therein.- A MOS PEABODY, Clerk
Dated April 21st, 1823. ARTHUR BREEZE. '
1, Biltings, At'.-y. "WEW STO RE
FLEASE to take notice, that a petition, of which the .*)1 V t
the preceding is a co.py. will be presented to the supreme -inH .uh. r uhr r 'aiajust received, and is now
court of' judicature ol the people of the state o NewYork -,and fashionable assrtme
on the first day of the next term of the said court, to be "- r -a ea lnd fsonabe oal n'
held at the academy in the town ot Utica, in the county of fancy and staple DRY GOODS, of almost every
of Oneida, on tlie first Monday of August next, at eleven description, and all fresh and of the latest i impm. ra-
o'clock in the Dorenoron of the same d.y, or as soon there- (ions, which will be sold wholesale and ..I ill ianu.
after as counsel can be heard and an application will usually low: .amai..'. I. ; :-**a-i i l-l r La 21 :.il .a nia
thereupon be made to the said court for the appointment i. broad < .i : -.. .. i.. r. -.
of commissioners according to thelpryry of the saidpeti- v alent' "ia ne-i 1a-i .,- ai "..
tion. Dated May tili, l1823. Yours, &e. valentia ai .11..... .. i. 1.1 'n,,"
L. BILLINGS, fig d. bombazetts, bik, circassi'ni, rilirnce. ,cing-
To Elizabeth Beekman, and? att'y for pettiioner. hams, garment and funi d.i,, .,, .i
others unknown. 5 74w12' tures, silk, cotton, and w.: ,,'l h:.-, a !..... ;j.
To The court of'common pleas, in and for the county penders,' ribbons, long and ..1. f 1 -a.... air .-Itb.
of Cortland. mere shawls, r i -i,:. n l,. i., F .r,,n.,;, Il,, ,j i,.:.,
T'HE petition of Christopher HeKser, of the city plaid and strip.a-,:l ilk,(-,.-i.:.and 'r %,r,,i t r.,-
J of New York, respectfully sheweth that your crape robes and shawls, India and .German flag
petitioner, together' with other persons, to him un- hhMfs. domestic. stripes and checks, bed ticking,
known, are seized in fee simple las tenants in common sheetings ad shirtings, Irish linens, marecilles quilts,
of and in a certain lot or parcel of land, known and &c. &c. at No. 411, corner of South Market and
distinguished -as lot number eighty, in the town of 'Hudson streets, opposite the Museum. -
Solon, Cortland county, excepting therefrom fifly JAMES Na'I LLIN.
acres in the northeast corner of -said lot, called the Albany, May 8, 1823. : 11
.survey fifty. That your peliioner is seized of'and Xu a tYn '
entitled toforltyfiveacres undvidedoftbesaidoprem- W. i am V, 011,.1 A 'V .
ises; and also, to an undivided third part of the said LAW, BOOKSELLERS,
premises remaining, after t,.al..,: il li.:..,n the said .: Y 94 ST.TE STREET, ." B-.1.\,
forty five acres That your petitipnetr is ignorant of ,- SAVE, T i ,hi;.R,.J ,j S..sale-
the ra.mes, ;I-1-,1-....1.r I. of the other persons inter- -J A e -., I.a l. h ..d .: ,.G a u., T- ET
esed in te ad premisesereisesefore state Te lnriit', -a. La 1e (-na, be te.n,
them to Ue sad conrt. Andyour", li.,n i, fot the several Cireuitsofthe 'nal. .a-c, a ldi
desirous that partition should be inm. :a r etled by the es, in pursuance e
laiods, he therefore prays that the said premises may act of April 17th, 1823. r
be divided by commissioners, to be. appointed by The Now York Criminal Recorder, for March and
thins same court, between lhim andt e said persons April c or 1 .
onkcnown to him, who are interested therein,accor- 4th No. United States Law Journa
ding to their respective rights, and in.pursuance of a" -ar re W LanAS a
the statutes in such case lcat hle and provided. l purchase .
CIR.ISTOPHER H EISER. orI1-IE subscriber having purchased from thie es-
j__ tare of the late GoverneurMorris, TW.EKNTY
To the person or persons unknown, who are own- THOUWiAND ACRES OF LAND, lying in the
ers of or are interested in the premises in the above town of Morristown, St. Lawrence county, between
petition described Black Lake and the river St. Lawrence, would in-
Please to take notice, that a petition of which the form the public,that the above tract of land will be
above is a copy, will be presented to the court of open for sale by Ihe 15th of June next, on the most
common pleas, in and for rhle county of Cortland, at reasonable terms, to actual settlers.
the court house in the town of Homuer, on the second, This tract of land is equal in quality and situation
Tuesday of September next, at the opening of the to any tract of land now offered for sale in this state;
court on that day, rt' as soon thereafter as counsel and the terms of sale will be such, as to induce har-
Scarl be heard, and an application will thIen and there dy and industrious settlers to purchase.
be made to the said court for the appointment ofcdm- The subscriber resides at the Ox ow, Jefferson
missioners, according to the prayer of the said peti- county, near the above land, where he.will be happy
tion. CHRISTOPHER HEISER. to see those who may wish to purchase.
Dated 2d June, 1823. 8Fw12 May, 1823. 80If



June 2d,.3823.






AL-jjANY -Axttxu S

Mr. Brougham followed Mr. Canning. H1
declared his conviction that ministers had done
what was demanded by France over Spain, not
what Spain requested the.government to do
with reference to France; and hi beite-ftal. if
menace hadbeen used, and a Jlterm'*jti.:.i. to
o to war had been expressed, hostilities would
ave been averted. He concluded an eloquent
S*.Jre by vintreating Mr MrMacdonald to with-
draw his motion. The ameudwnDt, lie -said,
nntained no approval iof te c.:.LdUrt of .C..,'-
ernment, and he tr u:I.'lI hi h.li .,:.ura.1 E Iri.t J
would sacrifice his c, n I Ichu,;:, tldal '.r, ,u'-.oi-
iuo, i.sprefi.',u of the- opinion ,of the house
ii.'lt _... f. '.rth ; ilh respect to .the atrocious -
conduct of France. ...
Mr. Canning said, that -if[,r lbaii,,, ,-,ITrcJ
or-three nights.under the unsparing animad-
versions of the gentleman :.(.p,:.i.:, le .would'
dot suffer the motion to be ith.jra i. .. .
Considerable agitation followed. Wie have
collected the following particulars of what oc-
curred in the house after strangers.were exclu-
d',l. Th:e o*.:,|"i.:.li b, v.ho lhad determined not
[, di I.ie I I.:.r,:r ltlit Ih r n might go forth to
Ithle %%,:.I 1. an unanimous 17,.-:4 n .:."f .bhor-
ru':.E .lf .he conduct, of ran..., ro" e n bodyy
to leave the house. Some ministerial members
below the bar, however,'called for. a division,.
in consequence of which tle doors were closed,
and the opposition were compelled to remain
in the house. This event was hailed by the
ministerial members with loud and repeated.
cheers. The -speaker then-put the question-on
the original motion,which wis carried in the
n, -itic. He (iext put th,.: q thil ..t on tihe
ano.ciJmit.-th, ministerial members cried
I A..E :' tlie o-position remained silent -. The
:, c .3;er *3 .:laI c3 that'the question was carried:
ILI the "ll'mali Some members ofthe treas-
ury-bench, anxious that rI Ji i A:,,:.u ;iubl.'.I an-
.place, called out that the I_ li-,i. I:,th.- .:.j.,:.r-
ity. The./speaker was then compelled to li-
vide, he.0rdered those who intended to vote
for the amendment to go into the lobby, and
those who meant to vote against it to remain in
the house. The opposition proceeded into the
lobby, together with the ministerial voters ; but
a few members on both sides'were shut in the
house in consequence of the lobby being too
small to contain the- united members. This
caused an appearance ofa division, whenuin fact
there -was none. Th n.iimb.:r; v;.:re mAJe up,;
For the amendment,. 372: a..anrit it, i..
A=.=-- ----
'ro ithe New-York E,,i.i,, P,.,
We are indebted toa friend forSpanish Ga-
zettes to the 1st lof M i, tbr.)u.-ht by the arrival
last Sunday, of tme .p',nil.i LU-,ter of Mjrque.
from Cadiz. They contain sever-Al iuteretihg"
articles relating to the 'unholy war a hic:h h- '
been waged against that unhappy n t;orn. ,Al-
though French troops hat- ,.-,r,-r..3 fari into
l i.' i i;.:.u r, try -,,. ,!tl fi ,1 I ," -: |.r..,_. .} ,; ._b "
c,. l ? ,,,'li ii ';t eho,,u li ,,1 pp. ,r li:. t lew ithil
Ih. ,.:.rk I n.:.t rfi nbii ',:.. iThe il!i- pa-ipers
to fl i fri t uof il' ,, re- pre: ,l tlhit gr ,t and :
E 'r,, ';* r, ri- ,r ware b.l.ti,. ty the- Spa-
i h '...v 'rinr it rn-Fry re.:ti on, -. e..pp.:.
tle 17 riru b. T- I .: ,,,dia ::.l" ,,r dterrf t pr.o-
tin.:; wr.r, ,orgaurzIUog th,-m;elve'. n ith iYle
l.::r-i-r e i'r i.rti. T helie w e itli blatirltl.l rl
were withdrawing' from the townsmand cities-
i..kel t,:, i:,E i,,. .d, ", ",'i tli oth-l ru part
'l thll. [,:pulfi rjo t, ,.na-,, tliht u ii a |io.rt :
time sin(.: i,:r.N amili-,'.-n.ict-,io -al, v.ith that "
peculiarity r ,:lh .r t). r li,.:r h d,4t.rgui:he
the Span l-, 1,0 -21.u,, r .i:.w the gi iit,,...: I .., ,:i "
France. T .71, l'inmoo.j Em|.,:mi-.l,:- ht.i, ti;:n
up arm s a,.., in ilo.:l ':- I- .A h, ..:uihi \ r i.uit,[, '
and has ,";ut-l a,- ,-uthoiaitic ro..lam. i~ o% '
avow ing 1h 7t l.,. iul-l..,. t,. 1 7,srl I, illc Oi .J .
T he no !,I h.:.t._'.j I C _, hl. iii-. 5i: :. ,:.rTIi C ,,It ,
with the same sentiments, and likewise many
oiher5. It w ill i..- re.:..li .:..3 ylh t ., o
' 11e1 ar I' <: f ( .rr .J G -Au.'rrl. I rt -ililih
in ,air;"L-_ Chit 1 -il.
v hI.:. n -r. thl- rour e t-: N -,p.:,l.:tn'. i ', .ra ,.
A ,iJ tn lI.:. appealss th'.t IIH e ,'.ItuP ,. frn
thc -Jl[f:rint Iuiil i'y JI t].: % r,: nr wl ei E.1-
cI it, ,1 F aim. 11 .ll ,r CLI.- ,ui .
jl hi.ai m ,.J,- :st- '.:.r'1ir. i, prcrl ,- ,t,,'.r,.. .,ir-
-. ..J ,., :, t !" 1 'J, II tille .n ,ill.- p -,-
pers thathe h .1 l-rill1',r t c.:.,'f.;.:.I l',t100. m n.
and that he is re ..l.i. ii ouij o la r.-, ,a ;tr.,ih
The Cortes have made rE:-ul|,t..nrfor the
corps of Tforeigners, that have been raised and
were raising, as also for the guerrillas.
.Declaration of War by Spain against France,trans.
lated from the- Seville Gazette of the 26th April,
The Kin has issued /,.. i 7'..".. D.:r,
W hereas the Spanish t- Ii,-.. t. b .,o in. .djl
by the troops ofl' the French government without a
previous declaration of war, or any of those formali-
ties established by custom ; and whereas that act of
aggression cannot be considered in any otherlight
than asMa violation of the laws of nations, and-an
openroptureof hostilities against Spain; it becomes
iny duty,therefore, to repel force by force, to defend
the integrity of the statesof the monarchy; and chas-
tise the audacity of its enenies ; now, after having
consulted the Council of State, agreeably to the
236th article of the prilical constitution, I do de-
c'a. ewar against France, and the same is hereby
declared, and in consequence whereof, 1 order and
command the competent authorities to commit hosti-
lities upon her by every act of aggression in their
power, authorized by the law of nations. I also di-
rect'that this, my declaration of war, be published
with due solemnity.
Youu are hereby informed of-the same for its fulfil-
menti and you will cause it to be printed, publish,-d,
and circulated At the Palace of the' Alcazar, at
Seville, the 23d April, 1823. THE KING.
To Don Evaristo San Miguel,
Secretary ofState. j
ton, Smith, has arrived at Boston, in 111 days
from Manilla. Our Boston correspondent in-
forms us that. some papers which had acciden-
tally miscarried were intercepted there on'the
29th of December, containingpart 6f the corres-
pondence relative to a horrid conspiracy to be
carried into execution on the night of the 31st,
which was to murder all the European govern-
ment officers in the island. The conspirators
had bound themselves by a solemn oath to wash
their hands in the blood of the Europeans, and
they would undoubtedly have done so, had not
accident developed their horrid purpose. On
the night of the 30th fifteen of the principal in-
habitants, implicated in the conspiracy, were
seized in bed and sent on board the Spanish ship
Victoria, under a guard of soldiers, and all their
property seized by the government. This af-
fair caused great alarm among the European
merchants and others, mapy of whom sent theii
valuable property on board the vessels for secu-
rity. All was quiet when Capt. Snmilh sailled.

MELANCHOLY EVENT.-An absurd custom
exists in Canada, of persons assembling around
the house of any new married couple, in which
there is a disparity of years between the parties,
and treating them with a serenade of horns,
bugles, cat-calls, &c. until the married folks
either give them a treat, or a sum of money for
desisting. This is called a Charavary." A
few nights since, a couple was thus serenaded,
when the bridegroom and his friends, being
Yankees, were determined not to submit to the
custom, and after suitable 'warning to the ca-
rousers to desist, fired on them, and, unfortu-

nately killed one John Swails, who proved to
be a husband and the father of seven children.
The Charavians" becoming incensed, destroy-
ed the interior ofthe house, and would have de-
molished had it not been ofstone. We learn, to
ouir surprise, that a jury ofinquest has brought a
verdict of murder against the defenders of a
man's castle.-Bostonpaper.

I. .. . .. .. -
-1 I--I----.- ir rior u wto. I shaIi eaBh, perf o the p- ^ sion n f !p h miu ,ini tIf I. n i it these dissen- .pri dse qV Iar ei' n .gl ctriem alni betw eern F ran ce ,
IV'..i, I,- .,al. ar.. t .e, be subject t. i the egu,,lations aned ac It ,.,-.,. Let th, c, :,-..t,, ,,t ,.o f mnisterswith the and .p.,,u, it wt r.,, grcr, ,nai ter ,. ,train, that d
.,J Lt l nar and e n.led to he n es, n which -tvrarr, and Jd. poLu of F.ur.pe -L.. what it might,, tlie Sot'ereni should d, ,,e writnhout. issuing Iw
n -" ', rshaiis in other d.mstr.cts.are entitled, for similar TO THE COMbS.T, :)PA IN the ilntrE. they tu.,:c to this country Was incu- any combined declaration-to divide the dis- w
S[BIF'UT. I.e andd hallin addition, be paid the sum of To flie wair.], t ihe ,nd, .your banners rear! r-able and in.-lacablr.. Those tyrants said, by putes from a joint to a separate contest, and to w
AN At-,d 7nct rte.:* l,'hm t fo nBdrel dollar, annually. as a c-mpensation tueI, ,o I1,E in i o ,. rte.:l'nn",- their co..-.Aict, bI lit only till we hai .ubju- rdItece it from a general to a national question n
AN oA, Tna ctrn Pt or iFher d h, il for etrate" and shall also be subject i o seucih Arise, nor shrink in craven fear; gatd Spaia; wait only till we have cl:ied ille -l.o bring it within the range of ordinary g
IS 11f~el~d&l nm(e in Florida, d lor rEgulai.ons and penialhEs as the legislative council Lo! France's thousand hl:.,,n .-ih;ning. -.,,,.or oflth-:-s le-iain:ive- amembli. i, vwhih lnre e vit,, and within the scope of the usual ar- h
` ,,.hall nnp:.pe, wh.lF. cing under,, and in virtue of,' She comes, but notas:'r.;..d,t ,-,..mr; benr lrmed u sucl of tbl German itEes, the r.u.etnt..'-(iear. "ir,') Alto tile :ff-,,i, .
I, ,,r a I" Tha Z. naf ratls 7-use fRpr thea e c*territorialhaJe gws.no Death, ruin, rapine in her rain;IJoint r the
ta h r~f ltf rc ni t,'d .t,fcs of .q~ti 'rfira in C' ng r tes, A nd be i t f further enacted, T hat the, governor, s T a m !ruse-p yo r w a n ng d um ; :' rir c + Of W ILnt. h ha ,e ,art,l t r, re ,dee m the u oL p~ m t here w a4 1.) no j it ,Je ir;,lr iolno u the di
n,")l,ed Thai all ihBe terror, (.cedd ,y Spain cretary,judges of the superior courts, district attor- ToIne ce-oIa, Sp por whb I vr u thm s p .. Alli .nt n contryno cor-
to i;, Untied Slaici, known b ithe name of East ne8s, marshals,andall general officers of the militia, He! to the combatSpa ,-' n' people ', Ie .r: ii.:.i. i ,:,il recmm ,il p.:..t act -either of force or menace. But e
and \'i Floruda, shall co attl o a termitory of the shall be appointed by the president -f the United t da". Atrta i4 in P.-,:-.iCr.s .:.i l If iv :a% unl i:l;le the Dke ofWell-ugton found that the V
Urultd ?ltes, under the name of d', Territory of States, by and with tthe advice and consent of the Our sires were great in ancientdays, ,.. Atr imh t,,--s-.u. under her : .-e : id Sovereignsf had withdraw ,iiir t ihi.t t
Floridal, the governmentwhereof shall beorganized senate. All judicial offit.er shall hold theiroffices No loftier power on earth allowing. g o; ti| r le R a hintm; .hi ude Der tt Irom Madrid, all he could d t s.hhd. |i' n...,- r
,and administered as follows: fo r the termpf four.yearsa, and nolonger The go- And to the d ,:r *,',..- W alt..'-,,, a eel : Ri. llI. tile e l. u an dk fi, t',i ,L t..pru h -e ir.e l t he wouldrd lget the British M sister .....t c
Anndbe it further enacted, That ,the executive vernor, seer tary;judges, membersof theleisa i e And to the .ofame, for liberty, r":d ,,i- 'l "d.urIt n ta- ll ore,." s'i,-What, would be Madrid tohtry every means in his power to al-
p o w e r s h a l l b e v e s t e d in '.a g o v e r n o r, w h o h l e c eu na c I j u s t i c e s o f t h e p e a c e a n d 'a l l o t h e r -offi c e r s $ T h e y s t r o v e f o r f a m e f o r l i b e r t y -_ . an d n r :, ,:o u r t u r n w ,i l c o ml e -h d : u d b a r d t ~ r e e y m a s i i be t l
sde nsaid territory andhold hiffiie dring thecivil and of the milit ia, before they enter upon the O fields where blood was spilt Ike rain, i ,- e,,,:.f it,4 tremendous o .trug.le, wh.chwas, lay the irritation that then existed. That was f
term o;. three years, unless sooner removed by the duties ot their iespect,ve offices, shall take an oath, Hark! how they call as from the sky : I I, .:de wti,.r E.urop- was ,. beome one all our friendship could do for Spain ; and our
President of the United States. He shall be coni- or affirmation, to support the constitution of the Uni- rHo! to the combat, Spain. i-.1 .a- ..l-om, t.--J iu eightt Mn sister at Madrid used all his good offices for
mander in chief of the militia of he said 'territory, 'ted States, and for the faithful discharge of the du- ". I -. ud huna-:i:il.: lai.in. It might.,be that the that purpose. From Verona the transaction
and be, ex officio, superintendent of Indian affairs ; ties ofiheir'office, before judge of the supreme or Castile and Arragon, arise, crme 't'-h ,.nairt,, m the plenitude of his turned to Paris, and became a question con- c
and shall have power to,grant pardons for offences district court ofthe United mates, or before a judge ThI: t,:mpezl 1. .Lid .:f .-ir ,i;s.iving-.: power had lakl.1 to eite. i a Blourbon, surroun- fined solely to France and Spain. France, then,
against th e s ai d territory, and reprieves for those or justice of the peace of the territory. The over I -Burt- ,Ioun -h 4, r ,I,,J, vT, fifiltoF. a v,:,l t..u," E.I if,;i ld e aB t rplis.- was not at war with Spain o. .:., principle (er o
aga inst (he U nited States until the 'decision of the nor shall receive an ann iual salary of tw o thousand A ,iE ) E a k r. alle. e ;h~s I, ,,1._..I.,!;/ di :d by b ,ig. :,itm, w would be able to ac.;,_:.nip li:h. -- w as not at w ar w ith S~pain of a, : ,I% rine ir [.le fi:.r d
L.eah e.naf o h i aen,), oa[ It,.: P, ....S, But ,', f ,;ere ,,,the ro ,bponsblhty re steL n ou 11. whih she cold expect to T ,ea e hS. t
president of-the United States,,hereen shall be made .five hundred dollars .: the secretary. of on.: fo ith-i!rrT:-nu,-. u i ..rr oterpuiblt et~ o lewihsh ol xet o1-et ild'ip,
known;and to appoin,.and cominiion, by and with 'five hundred; and the judges, of ri'(tn hinmarrd, ret- rca, 2 )., a ,ir .:,r, i,rld..,T-n', chan ; Lie....I. ol Utt,. Britishh minmlry.-I. of the allied Soverdigns. Tthe-olyt ,,tlrl. 2t1,.u I
the consent of the legislative council, all officers, ci each; tobe paid quarterly,out ofthe treasury of. the Will ye ignobly crouch to these?V"- He then, m:,..,d a, addre.is to his majesty, rep- existing between them, by wrh.:.h ti:r int.r-
vil and o" the militia, whose appointments are not United States. Thi membersof the I1.-,lihie coun- Ho to the combat, 'Spaino' -_ I- rc'entits r, '1 l'l. opinion of the hou4e, that the ference in the conceeii0 c.l S'p'jin should bc al- .
herein otherwise provided for, and which shall be cilshal receive three dollars, each, per dr ), during I ltalr, t l.elt tie ar aganl San aroselfrom led for, was in case a-:, v..,ikice should b.e .:.l-
estahlishfied by law. He shall take care that the their attendance in council, and three dollars for Look forth on every well-known spot: m;.I i.,i.tr- rnot u-iuia; the miOt % ig.-ro:us -ind ;ol- feredto the person of' tlie King or thl m-nbEl
laws b, faithfully executed every twenty miles in going to, and returning froipm, ,On field and forest, rock and river.: c.it prot.i ag ,,,r] te l6'*.r l uded riglt .:. the of the R..Iv Firrily : or in case any change
.Ind ,t1. it furlr ,nactl,,That a secretary of the any meeting ofthe legislative council, once in each Then draw the sword, but sheath i not,. it er, go a seibie.J at Verna to make n aron should be" iad-e t1 the reignint Dynasty of.
L 8 v" b I -bI) ; n dE cebe n n t ne rdni t o w 3 11 I e y einm ine a h aaro ci
I,asui hallb appumed, who sball.hold.his office season, and no more. The members of the legisla- Till these from foreign feet esewr: ,. t n ,:,O -.. u., f hr ,,li onshudpai No casesu'of this kid r-n.J occurred
du.,, rst I. rmco, il:.u,,iezrs, unless sooner remo-'tive council shall be privileged from arrest, except The trampling feet of foreign hosts he I 0 I n0 ha d eo nr ed i
,-d, th he president of the United States ; whose in cas' of treason, felony, or breach t,,, ir,c p,.e, Who inarch in power and 'proud disdain, T 1 1 .; s 4gmlt the iu(icqucnt pretention of France then was notat war on a LVerona ques-
ddit nsiall be, under the direction of the governor, during their going to, attendance at, and r iuri,.i,- Haste, homeward send their sIl,,+l,,;i. 0 ,,I,,' th l ren,'h t'o,(rnmenr to de vy thi ,ati,.nn-, i on, nor V.-,s there any, new case connected
to record and preser ail the paper o and prceed- i.om. Each, se.-ion ,fstu d CmoLi-. I Ho! to the combat, Spain! ::,u c laI'.lh c,,)ioy aniy i l privileges but from with that war t.u whl. thle Allies were I.1l.,g;-
igsof the executIvtrI ardall btheacltsof the gover- nd i it f rth,r ..i, fte., 1 T.it ihe tIws of the of t .lth iF ,nal i ne... i rait of their kngi ; pr -n ed. The ,l-in d-Tih-r ne thie- between t-lie
nor and legislative coun,,l and tran-m:t abuithi nic tn.ted sitaie, relaing I .il.(e tei,, i.:, fand .scollec- And are'we, then, so lostheso .w. "i.. ,.:truct.L- or'tl., ri-ht. o "-i 11 indepIendent boezei of Verona and P-ari w.i Ilii. ; tlat
copies of .,e roc edin s6...f'lihi governor, in bi.sext- ion, s tubjc to u the mn.:.,hi, s,,.., .r.,luled by the ri,,,i ni -.' er; canalone roniu r :I.i,: ; 1. 1 ..h .strik, e a ille root ',lthe Britlith he first wa a q l,-'-1tion between 'S pai.n a,'. t r.
ecdtit e de.ar fient.n, e ie. s. mo.nm nths. 1 he lred fi ne cnh article o r lhe IIa ol 11 i ta ,,, aec...,.J Lo! earth ,..1 ..u, *., .1 .. .... t, ...., n r.J ,-.. ,berie ofii .i-,ie t '- AlIh and the-.-thera increq uq E lior t ..rw :.n 1
d ent ol ih s U .tled iati 'of F ebr ip irj on ih .ll m n. ;l E ig ,i h r ,un d r,td ind nin e- I I lr ,...l .--I ...ri F cit r..,., 'A l Ui -i' n i li t he t i', F t',i r t e-' I F ra., e and 5 p ,1 .1 T l- .'ariat..-.t, ,n |h e. t ,:,
J in d b e i t f u r t h e r e n a c t e d T h a t i n c a s e o f t h e i t e e n i n f a v o r o f S p a n i sh v e s s e l s a n d t h e ir c a r g o e s B y i. r .' t 1 i .. ... I, ,.D- i tr Io I l i a, t h e s u r tpc rs e, lo o a rwas then cps o f -th.e chan gt e r .,W h i ct.o"
d, i. ri tnnrl,'reb,gnS-aion, or r,,r cs ,ry aL,enc.. .,,,d .Iallother-public acts 67 the United States, not If. ffreedom only can retain, "-- with hir c hto hi s ouse has o the surprise an t sorrow cases insihepoli se of the ch sIG e rnment .
of' the guErot rofioh,. said ie, .favity, the secretary, inconsistent or repugnant to the provisions of this Anit rrii.-ichwen lhpoppre...or'! haniT? I with which this House has. observed that his place in the policy of the British- Government..
h c eof !hall ro,, and he 1 %rE .bi, authorized and act, now in force, or which mhay hereafter be in force, NnH.: ,,: ... r, e ...:.,-l ,,,: h .iesy m .it.-r hotuld have advise. tihe Our g _od <, .ic h .'ad been long call-J.1 f 1r .-, the
Iequirc.d, i>, scute allThe F pc.we, ;, and perform all shall extend to, anid have full force and effect in, the -.=p-. ........ ]- ,.h ,..e'" -romenr, while so unwarrauta:bl\'l ri', ri nl.. u.i tl l re t ..:, as far and justifi-I
tht- dul;E.,of tloh .,,7cieor,; during the vacancy -oc- territoryaforesaid. c U ..J, to alt.r thiir Constitution, in theC al-,e In uIl to pr.-.p.o-e tI, b .come mediators.
casiicodtby the rLm.:oval,resignation, or necessary And -beit further enacted, That, totheend that JfO i In ( it 0tl .. hf .:.aer,,,g ,,.,-.ion; concession whi.h Frt,, woiil, e'vi.lely at<.pl f,._n t-,: p[,,.tr,
*absence, of'the said governor; who, shall, in no the inhabitants may be protected in their liberty, J cvIl I ii -n lvedthe total sacr s io Ir ol MoI -O.. % -, Iiil.-.j.:l; e.:r i-.ue ,. 011 [:- *iLl--
case, leave-thesadterrory ithoutperm sionfirstproperty and religion, no law shal ever bea val'd Il lil A.RLi.M Et, T, \r[,,il-'. ,l,., l ..p', i, d.n,,g., aand which wa i.o eVe m .1rntS .s ..n _,it,..,led lo ,-.u,:a .lJ ,i-r, ... .li,:t.,=
= .I ., -_ L,i,,.a. lml -_I,pndenu.it ,and which was not even mentsv, :I-;. L',+t, l,,.lwd i;r,'audoIll,rt. rfly hl tt
had of the president of the United States.~ ,"- I which Shall impairoi- in anywise restrainI the free-- .J
.And'beit further enacted, That the legislatev re dom lof religious opinions, professions, and worship. Mr. J. a,:d..:.,,r, ldr..;., pur.u,-., tI.: ,,t,.:F, p-,I te by a' i ,+,.ir ,r.ce, from France, that,, and honour. A word of xr,1i,,a i.-,u u,. :ald
powers shall be vested in the governor, and in thir- They shall be entitled to thebenefit of the wirit cf to f ,1 -, a,-! ,in.L-.lE :,.J.,Jres- to hi. -, nlI,:t.v, v. ,:.n r .-'er g -u.o ,ii:h.-r.,n rabble -, ubtiniri bn, he show ttlal, throughout,, a lren,.lilv ,i.:p..:,it,,:.u to
teenfitanddiereeipersonssof the territory, nine of.,habeas corpus. Ihey.shall be b ailable in all cases, th eM -tibcl.:t.:A !.. : paper :o.(J.. id ll. Har i l,,r. w,:,u'ld .1t..-1 Irom ht r unprovoked ,r a ;,7rf.1Ilc.u. Si'-"' wa t the main -pr.,, .,-, o,..ir co:.,duct.
.,mon inll,.ic.n ltituit a quorum to do business, tobe except fo! capitaloffences, where the proof is evi- ..,:, rEli,,...,; ,oid |..:,in.'.: ol't.I ,,-.i.. 't ",y, I..l.li i l8Fi yji1 tI.) r pr_rlnt t.: his M aijety, thatl i tlle B it, li,.ked :. -I we% ere r.',tli the. All.:., I1. was
railIed 1.1: Lig.-lhaf e Council: who hail nre ap Ident or the presumption great ; all fines shall be |;,e Im ,:. u i. t l:.!i uf'tLh Ih JeI Tl.. hi., uL .bl j m.], n,:hi ol' thi Ho :ie, "i t.liie .,'more di-'uc. reI.thl r hl:-.'ou .-bl.. nor prudent to make known
;..ando, unja'll'v, bh the pre ident of ih f 'iUnned moderate, and proportionate to the offence, and ex- ._-, uiir .,, nt icrir ..I :tu n el.::.,ct reE- iw ,f rth --1 t eidt, 'e],' .stro,u .: nv..,l..l bhat e tc,,rn bEttlr ,:-i :|. I t-) at chouuntry that we alone were interested
.inefs, b3 WILLd the advice and consent of the c sive bail si.all no:,i t.c [rc..-I.c,.l. nor cruel or unu- c.,,,u, L ,:.I L ,n, Ir.:.m 11,.: p.e, ,.,J 1 b.Vr e it. latew.- io pI -,e, v e the pel.-, Cof the Co.rthi .rnt, ,, ,',b I,,t.-r,; peace lor her. He would put it to
senate, from among tne citizens of the United Slates, .ua l Ipuni.bm ntntir,ll,,: t.d, n..? ,x pot -farIo la nI1 1 or hWlhtJ1 "4 ,,t,tuti,..,,r,! :.% rb, iient-Ilie p r fii. l1j.; tni,,i rt. :i,_'.ire. this oatioeu mror m sfflctu- any man whethlEr, wult.:1 there 'was a hope that
o r fi u n i a m o n g t h e i n h a b i t a n t s o 0 f t h e t e r r i t o r y e t I a w a n i o t n c .I I 1 : I r e s t iI 1 ,Iwu,-: I,:a I I l : I,, ,I h ,I. n.)o" CI E .,I ,L i 4 tt ,- %,l i r d a l i l i e u i t b he h a r dL o f b e i e g i n v o v e d i n 1 1 E r L e y0 V 7 1 1 1 1ou l e p- q t o a n a m i c a b l e 'c o n c l u s i o n ,
-d en t th er e a t th e ce s so n j b u t n o p e rso n s h a ll b e 'b e n o -e l = e 'n r lt a -,a i- "p ,.npe r ty b e ta k e n fo r ': o u .: t ,:,f1. t .Il d t,, t :,, I "
elrgble aa a r'm ember of the said legislative council, public u fse: ; ho u, ....ry, p., ,I ion. hr, al i t er,, t pl .:.IA;,-,:,o ..l r.,: .-.,', ... ".n !. alom ,t fl war. I .. ,t would bbe fairu- ,o Sp-,in, or generous to the
who shall no0 have resided -in the -said territory atd .-fr.d f. t,,rt'., ., ,.l,.t. That all free male re:..:..r, a,,I l1 e r.:[r;_inh+.tl., ir iam .:r.r.. 5] \\ortiy, iftr :hort ,ddre", :ppo- A11ieT, to taketo ourselves all the credit of hav- -
Ia, .s mo. n iin s I rcvi.:.u i to his apFpc.;nnent. The 'white persons, of full age, wh6 are house keepers, Jucti .:.1 hei Ld r.iiaili m ,i ,l,. r: t t i 1, lI ate nYoi I. ,, th, nlure ol' tie m.-.to.., b1,7 mo,.u -- iunr.' rfered?. It was his (Mr. G'S.) firm- be-
S, tndIu and leIduiive cou Icd ,.hall hoe lef Il- ar.d "ho shail l.a,#: r,.,J.d oneyear in the said tpr : t,,,,; Ith ?' ---. .4..r..l-. fh I ril len tij -iui ,"l,.iehI. utr an a.JdrF.ss aaItppro% nfg c. I l pru- ir, tlat the war wasn't so much the wor k of
Ai'%. tow r r.ier a -r.ghltf t sut.ie -c c.i Itg eial, r, ; ritory, shall bequalified to.act as grand .ind [ .i ': :u..u:.,i : 1.. .l t sJ.Ir--i h r,. I,' |".. r,,. M' .[l i,,,J ,e. lt.:,t ri ',r e ,t ,- ;-I tl.- Fren'h Government, as of factionn' by
.0 I...., lb, h.1ll b.- val.d v hf cI1 inr,,.n,.- tnf with srts in (he courts oflthesaid territory, an I i h I. ',I' >s c d t 1l.h tU ..... t,,,I J _ii :r F the- h.:ei| ) I t ; ... f :m t n r w .r.:.:. u them. H e al- .
tr'r,2c ith the ,-.,, afq+o ta It, -vl,..r,3 th.? 'ar w, :.fr,:.:.1 up_-., ,them., He al-
Ihetc.n hllul.,onan d law. olf UI in, .d ,lae-, ,nnilt. the legislature thereof shall otherw .i j .., -,,,, ,1,,W '_, ,h',. ,,t m, ,. 1:0- l.: ,.r:um rh d uoad -- nt u thl a 1,, et period he had
iet ni frna d 1vi fIELnid tit- s...o.1-:b.il-1-" .'ed that [ i, n-nnirb -r'. t,-. trl,.,. ;!, it"i' Ito :. td pertiitotdc1,tAeerodheha
1h,,n sr,sill lav br n pet ,o,,' d, i iesima,nni, Lu, hc... ;Ibe ,ta. lid .r. .....,1,,,-,e, '. t, [h.J,]it ,*A t l,,:-,- -,-",_ .,! I,,,? .. t. .i n.:.te & I'.w ot' t, l p Ie,, r- uial 9 ..rd e dtl-,t I,,h m o 111- and that 't oiy ,,1.1- tiey
or d ,..h,,l. o U ecroi M ni CI hi i ll.g.ou op4n, onp 'cO rtI, r hall ,, p I... i. h l, 1.1 of Qi pi (. ,In l..l-t.jl gy ...MjO ic ed tl-,. -t Il,, J'l i:. r ..1 y
F,r,-.t si.i,iN.or >.oi:h il Tht g,:.iernc.f hal u.,lbh~h, ,c.,do i I, h .n.-,p,".ii l ,i.o, ind be least iur- I. r' 'n "-h' ... H, : -,,ga r.y-r-,r-.- ?,k., ,.t h ,j l ,I b ..om e a party to .1 w ,-r n .gl** to avail l].etn:,- ...,. ( ,f r 0 ,,"I I],r,. I
tih uu-,houl the rd iti lor'), all the lan s l..ih t.' t,, ,.-.n.; tothe'inhabitants ofthe said territ,.irv. "I., t.. I. ....tIl,: :I'...o l i...h v. ille, .i:,rth w h, 'li nD ther thi h.:onour nor the la i re .: I- .le, out of, w hich the "pa il G ,t.: um .:al
sh l I' t inadle; rnd sthall, on or before the (",rlt :.l .4, t e it fitrther enacted, That it shall riot be t .V tli t.L I. -. :. B.:. ip'.ari, i_-.c-c Sl.-i.. In tie 1.,Ir,i) re,-i r.J hlim to engage.; asurr r,g- might have allowed her 1to cr,.-'.. iM tL-r.: ,I
DeLcember, in each year report the -rems e I h pre : i iul lot .i" per-c,, or [rt .on i..-impbrt, or bring lrin pr-.I:.-:: ...I" I.s ; iar L] in.:,imy, the li.:r ils n. i r t,,t, that highly asthe House estimated hacl been condemned'as *tup,:-, i.,:': I, their
S sident of the United states, -to be laidJ belc.r con a ii .hi r,, IE -t.r,.'.ri. ii:..r, -inv p...r t or place, with- .:. 1 ll o a. .?-1 u ,, i r.l ul the1 .l.ri.-f. ,, of tlhe tie ali anr ,' s of peace they hould at ',tt plet1 assumed t.at Fr.J',*, e ,d merely.
gic.. v t, -.h, if disapproved of by c,.grfrcs, -hill ouut it,, ,,. .:, 1 ,,. Li.- E.I i. ;i or cause or pro .::.,, o.,,. ,, ,i .IJ. a-- d -.ir ;ir i,',,l timed be f,,nd re iv to' afford h. Mi ._t, amu-r the British cabinet with, pr.r:tii..:e.
li.,t wlr el hbeci ric. force. The .Ytrr, larid le uI Inci" gy o. I'.Lm % b '-.jj ei.y t fod 1. k ~ i
"ltte oih he o nc. for-e. The g".crnr, nd 1" Icur I.:, t.e -o ,ai..:r.ti. or t...ue dl or knowingly to i r :,'-., i l,: I.... ii, ,_,., ,th,' L.:,le j o ,lJi.u- 'ier he.-,l',is ahd sffctionate sup ort in an i wtlch ought to have been discovered. If so,
g,!,,l ...unc hi hll have no powtr o oer ihe pr-- aid or a-si ,,.-, ,o, ,,.I,1, o, t ,,-,,-.., o slave ,h, : s:a+., ,_,,|, h,.1 quarreii,0g atou r l h,-h mgtnd ,: F itne any. h,.- Frcl Government had made singular'
rie-i d -poo l c.L h T-il, D ort o las iitt landr,, *f l the orsI aves and any pe rso- --.'. o,. (.1 r, J .h 3 ,J being -. [ cl i h l ln l r nri t 1 n i 'r-s e the. .
V lt'ed Slates, nor to ,ni rte,, l ,h th fie ,1- .o1 thereofconvictedIbefore rn;, r- ,,, i%% ,,, t, at., said r -ll. .. .. .. .,,,,li rt3kF to. fulfi l tile o>,l,, ltio fna.ul -,, ,:,,,,i ,. ",',fi.... to. appearance s. T he conduct ot 'the
... m I. ,I rl .l ii r i i ll z. f t I "_ Uin
. lands within the said- territory The l.g,-htlive territory, having compete, i ; d,,:..i 'shall forfeit r:.: :. e r,. ,.rc'. i..' i.ti t'h .. l' uy ol ', to ophol. tp h dignity o'fthe thr.n.a- ,Or 1- D) l: .e V M ontmoreicy at Verona, had pro-
councilshall h.:.ld a :s...:.n ,,ce in each ear, com- and pay, for each and cit'ir hal .i.. imported or'"-,".:1 -ru-,: ..: i,.:: 1 1 .i r :I. 1, T-l" .-. ll a. inatu a ita li. r..]ig [al.ad interests of the people. cured him a Dukedom on his return. He had
menacing on thi trt ll:.,-.da, .r, Mlai, rin ach and brought, the sum of three" hundred dollars; one r,:- tLi:lu |.....i ,-.t. L., Eur.:.p,::, ,:,,ernmenit.I: -_ier. T Wjolo concurred in the amend enjoyed his new title but a few days when he
every year, ,.,i :hill cli tLori.nue i,.-.e6r in session moiety or -,h u.e aof theUnited Statesand thepther, w.:: ,. il.:ul ,t,-, i.:. _.i.:..J .:r n Wr rTather Chan nmeet.,e was turned out of office, and the despatches he
than-four we,:I., il',r irii: fi, s, -.,:.n, wh.chshall moiety ;.,r hr ute of the person or persons who shall t,. ,ipol.i I-m ,., .-.: te I.II ly iu-t1) red irrn- I d. ra n were signed by another minister.
not continue longerthan eight weeks;, to beheld:i n sue for the ame; and every slave, so imported qr. it f..r klir .,,, i.,I. I.r,..e ,u.i. b :tnm of ar. H ho e enter into a long, eloquentl Sor (.Mr.- Cnnin Ihad been a dpe; all
lthe cij ,. r. usu".iie,u, a ,u l, ih i plice,. or, brought, shall, thereupon, become e title d to, and i ,,itaryv r, h, r.t I...,,,rnnoi nmhi-rve eta- an' e"*e n. 'v hWl of the late., negot.-..d wer ", Jup fo.r they had understood
,1-, r,he go. nor ara L.- r,..,1 n, a., run. time rereceive, his or herfreedom. | .' l ,, ,t.. l,.chln- i and the vot.-hlct ofthe Allied despot, n i ,n-r ,^ change of m s. was r a
10 InOi. il,.i Ir t ,imIe ,ih dulj el ti (gotr,. i .it...[ 1 And be .it further"enacted, That the citizens ( I I .., 1 .. e,.. ,. ....,,, t 11 sppoitouil to the ma. nly behaviour of Spain. ... .. i ,,, ,- ', ,mi.nitr ,as ,f,,om ,w r, to
.., a r, ll ili i'u.ro, i puinr ,n ,el 'ln (the said territory shall be en. iled to co e delegate to I I.- maiirc l...ll ,e rIpe t ,J eered. H e concluded .". o r e a b .
to rt, c u tom sh ,,, .. r ,.p, '.,d O. ,o, ef ihe in ha- cong press, fo r the said territory, w ho 'shall p ossess ,s"am u W" u- i.. ,-,'- I ,, lo it ii 1, .r l tile p rin ci ple H w, o pi u.- ..,h e e .. H o se on cl. ud eI' won
_, .. r ,j '." ) z. W d a o p e th t th e B riin s h Ht~ r I o u s e o f C ..o m 4 r n i t m p c io, u t l i as 'o n d t a t i
b...l.. c.i the ,aia iFerio ar l r.:.nanun, male it (he same powers heretofore granted to tr.- .J.-l.E a ls ,, o t d-,,J 1ll,, .Fl,: I 1t lIliiz, i1., ,JoplEJ thioe n l. ...th t .. y .itca lch t,y..: f question, as it-was some-
'.e e te 3 o 'h U ie Saes r- %11:..I,.,.. 1, -I~F- AMont would \', 6. "u.ro e I tI "Veou i
aneE, i...m im.: tU nIme, ic ihe p ce ..Jent l Ithe Um-i from the other territories oi the United States: Pro- hin.:lh ,,..at.:.l tle i.artili:.. l P.-,Isr, and the I. :.. po .h itou. what quaintly termed in the papers-a change
t(ed,'i s" .vided. Thatnopersonshallbeeligible for that office ;pI...:,lh.:.c. .-.I I'l 4. Ve oiuIttolo I no lopr- -oexpre the -entimenis ofa brave,a free,and from an European toa French question. A
our' -u,.i t"- (sr- li ntl red p otopit, and that it had, not de-
.i .,:i: lfurt,r.r nat L ThrtiE ) bill wr hich wih:,,i i .,1Il nothaveresided at least twelvemonths, tuni, t. ,.l ,.,..i,,, ,-,ur Iuir.it lme. He ,. .--- -,..and that t had otde- manwas nota dupe becau hli h.I r._.t *,.r Ilh,
sh.4n h. e p t a J i 4lt Itl ,> i .ur, cu .:.I.,t 1n:, t.. ,,, i c, ir,. The ,..JI 1 i.. l,,n br l .: J. rc t i, l.-l. ,I. l:r., erat o fr m the spirit of liberty which it ascilations of another He rre rtl:d, .l p
S 1 t,"u rs[e a ,,w, e p ;rP iIe d lt itit k.i or.* i ,, h di c pl..1-n : i e ii,, i -u h ic. i en ,, r,,if ii l, to L r.-i uif .ri: b td o h e rec ed from itsancest r, nd r.., ... ir

l ,I, tor ur -, I no sh =. en e c.r t ihe ,..... i,.o a'l r |. Id,, .- f ,,ed-,,, (l "I JI, ,- .:.l '. t ,,n .i : .,-ct 11. L ., :.oh v h ILl, A r, ..n. and r .r hortl a ..d rc; d s-h "Hc, liia Ia i led l,- r ctinoth g on ti .t ,n. !,,,l, ,: ..I [l\'
IrC. c.n ht,1i .r ...ulutl, a did piotied I.:. ItL...,,,dtr ,i ih l u,,,J.,Il ,. c .urn ,r- c. I...l .-. d 11 i ths, tie .:..,<].l n i l t 1 l.:,, 01,l e it l:.r 1f, ir cr f i I. I l t o I. t t; i I I. rr Ir' r, ohdil t ,Of Frauee, hle coul.J not lose sight of
ii,,ir ,usht lun-.d> l n, Iwo It. a lt, id l intnm- .., :t furtherenacted, Thatanactentitled irc It ,E ) ...-:l. i i Ar, : il.:.ut ,u 1 ..ial ',e Tle c' 11 an Go on,T were her mightyresources,of hercentral .t,, ,i..r,,
,.-. o l ihe Il, i. l. .. coun..,I u ... p is. ht _,.0 .. an acr t or the es t ablishm ent of a territorial go- -I ...I .... r. h..,.. ,u E ".,.,a ,J ,ini or ,s .I -' v' a. evident t m any gentle en. of the strength she possessed, and 1,. g l,t
if Til, i L.Iec.:n a nd an-r. :, t.n., :,I [it,-r. tr r, ,nra in Flotrida," be, and the same is hereby,v i E,, ., a l.-. ih .J.l,,a nl. wIed t'o addrec the House-an adjournment she ought topreserve in the scale of Europe;
;,:? ......nrg I., or boinit i.tr, t, ,.ii, .i ein. rnird ,TepeI...J, ,o. lar as the same is inconsistent withthe '. r..,,r. ., e ,,d n ti .. l ,,,u. The to-k r'a e' hecould not forget what n tiht b h t,. conse
.1 ,Utr ,L:othsc;s. nrll'' ',I ir ; .:..of thisact tlandlthat the pioceedtgs k tAi...:rt :. i N .-.. ii.1. ,i| p,,;eJ.) to t the,,I WedeJs.J.,y--.t,, trd db.t,r--The debate qeuencestothat countryof the hazardous enter,

ll +- *., ,hall, be .rt; he,, t ol nee im %', re':-, j, r, th st me ahe he 'abInamnIl toi re I 1 I .t I'run ,: 1.,,, .i. r..1,,. .: ,11,.d it h4 the ou t he .1t Frtb Ne..,.:t "asresumed prise inw which she had engaged,-and the conse.
I t -e heeb, c' o. reain.I.-.- v MI C S. rW\v,,,,ll r. %-%%I. lM4 Mr. Ley- quenoe toEuoewhcfragttthmn
tle a, l,..., of ..orgr- ;; escEpl ,,n t he ,.C ,d L.,11 ,-in ,,ll ,,. a d effect until the end ofthe next ses.. : 1 I ._ I 'l,, -_ ... l,.-:r_,.l H ll i.,.,.,I1 C. .. M. M r Ley quence to Europe, which, for aught that human
Sl ll ,ut,..r.ze oun c and i.:Wh. .,.,:r.,.....:.l ..,,,..1. ,,, said council, unless sooner altered, modi-" :.:.:L .:.:- ... ,.--: II I.1c, wl,.nci, sr-1 -''' -"a elrdl D'-.. Sair F. Blake, and `or nature could conceive, ,rui. tl end in a dreadful'
I, a ta ,: I.-,, fi le ~ c d 1t, ro nt t'd .:.Il t, hr.. t :a h. It ". .-I t: L: ,: t pp rit-! the origin al m otion ; and revolution. o
i., a -li .., lts, u nb d r"" ,..ri .:. .... : 6,.;.: i .. ,. ealed, with the excepition of all revenue l ... .. *, I,. ._. ,: l.l: rt .: 1 f "l l:.n : r the origm.al motion ..; and .revolution. Considering it as a matter of ab-
c. .ur t + ], aind w i. ni.) .:.ii tr, .- ; ,,,, r,.,ng taxes o; the inhabitants or d.eirpro r oI.:r i. ".I.. ....1 ... the i.-.: .% : Jh.j I ad I Mir. 1 .P el Lord Palmerston, Mr. Twist, stract right, morality ought to rejoice if injury
poses. perty, and the 1:iw authorizing Ihe governor to bor-' 1 i .r,.. lfor l-a oal, wa -the ove,- 1Ir ; 1,11-1r1=. 1 'r 1 'I Martin, the amendment. returnedupon the aggressor. Nobody could
.J IL b.:t .' t,,r -',.f..I. That thejudicial pow- row five thousand dollars on the credit of ihe said throw of their liberties. The;slave of priests Sir-F. Blake was sure: the hearts of the peo- deny,,but when we found it adviseable to nsu--
Er .a.ll i t1..,,-.r,. i ,p-i ,,_:.r C.urt..S .,a ,, uch territory, and thle law establish ng county courts i antLmonks, this ungrateful king proceeded to ple of Great Britain were with the brave Span- gest alteration to Spain, we did it in the, most
ir,!,,,:.. .......,, ,.,.jJ,l,.es 1,- 1he F". ac.:, ah-h Ie- le which are hereby declared null arnd void : Prov .deea, incarcerate, to exile, and even too execute ,omeiiards. If he were a Spaniard he should say, delicate manner. The Duke of Wellington
gl alive touncilno tlbe territory may, from litle to T nat ooa e ofmone3 alreay madeeootehministers by thir cnduct- upheld that
.e.. establish. There shall ie a superior court for under said law, shall e o"",,en raffe.fed by thi of the most distmguished friends of Spnish:tat mrd was,ofall others, the fittest to interfere, for
be ee f ar le I re [ affected] bythiu dsabo inable associationaginst phhe lbetesO h cud ed er hius, eo~unitoSpan asEnewhon
that part ofthe territory known as East FLrida, to act, and that the act approved the second of Sep- freedom, and the most instr mental to his own abominable association against the liberties of he could tender his council to Spain as one who
consist of one judge; he shall hold his court on the tember, one thousand eight hundred and twenty, restoration. In 1820, and God be thanked for, Imakind, the Holy Alliance; and such were had a claim from the services he had done her,
first Monday in May and November, in eachyear, two, by the governor, repealing ,.11 the laws and or it! the fabric of tyranny fell '.,'t.rtu:,it'.il.r,-: his feelings as a En glishman. Neutrality, to be heard, as a man, who, from past experi-
at St. .uguslme, and at such other 'tunes and places diinaices in force in ti said territory, shall be, and ed the 'noble .example, and th. i.-,i.. 'C .ila "however, was the order of the day. So great ence, best understood: her interests. If he had
as the legislative council shall direct. There shall is hereby, declared to have effect on the day of its was free. Thing-s prospered, until France, by was the rage for neutrality, that he should not not been employed, Ministers would have been
be a-superior court for that part of the territory passage by the legislative council, and not of, its ap dint of money and intrigues, created the spirit be at all surprised to hear at the first public taunted with a stupid neglect, and it would be
known as West Florida, to consist oi onvjudge; he.proyal by the governor of faction, and afterwards had the effront diy toi dinner to which ministers might be invited, this said that they were alike blind to the feelings
,shall hold a court, at Pensacola, oilthee rest Mon Iofcin n fewrshdteefotr o
PHILIP P.uBARBOeUn R, maket is s f acis h c on one ofher tf agit given- Neutrality, strict neutrality of the Spaniards, and indifferent to the honor
days -in May Sald November, in each 'ear,',anid at ,.,.I Speaker oJ'the tousc-o/fRepre.'sentativec. "..' ) Id rteftlessctiadsofthsadcusryidifeanienhesrhoor.
suLh other tim-s:and places as the legislative coun- G Ir\ Spain! In1820, the Emperorof Russia, t..-,i nothing but neutrality. Perhaps they would and interests of this country. He (Mr. C.)
cil shall direct. .Within ifts lihits, herein described, presidntoth Sna tempore far a the poles asunder from that country,-be- soo ee in the newspapers, among the newest respected the Spanish Constitution-he respec-
each court shall have jurisdiction in all criminal ca thought hiniselffor the first time (havingsince fashions, the neutral bonnet" mentioned; the ted the firmness of the Spanish people, who,
sea ; and exclusive jurisdiction in m all capital often- shington,March3, 123: Apiroved. the year 1812 seen certain'new fights, and God shapee furnished by the right hon. Secretary for rather than submit to foreign interference, ex-
ces; and original jurisdiction in all civil cases,,of the AMES MONROE. defend me from these northern lights !) of man- Foreign Affairs. But he could assure the posed themselves to all the dangers of a war.
value ot one hundred dollars, arising under and -- -- ifesting his dislike of the changes which had ta- right hon: gentleman that the bonnet would not But if they conceived themselves bound in
cognizable by, thie laws of the territory, now in force .TLtACK. TElA PO. ken place in Spain. Some divisions existed in- take-neutrality was no favorite with the ladies, honor to reject the terms, did it follow that we
.th e re mo, o r w h ic h -m ay -a t a n y tim e b e e n a c te d by .Lt~o rd Fl k s? t T on e a s' ri dt he w a r m t h fhts w ret ab s 'i n f ror m alwl e sff o r 3ts t o b r i n g a bo ut_
theegislatve ouncI there Eachejudgeshall A CONSIGNMENT of 20 Crates Black Tea deed in Spain, for they are inseparable from a I olk n thfhi were to abstain from all efforts to bring about
appoint aclerkfor bis respective court, who shall A. Pots, for sale at the Manufacturers prices, by country whichhad undergone a revolution; expression on a former occasion, to the shame an accommodation? It was said that this coun-
i,...,., i,- .l.,-,Lh1a, a Si "u;..j;i,a. andPensa.o- the single Crate or more. Applyto but this was no justification of external aggres- and indignation be felt on the perusal of the ry required ever thing from Spain, and noth-
laJ ,,r,.Jr..j ,i.,,I k9tpin tsi..rl.iherE Eachclerk ALLEN BROWN, No. 43 Quay st sion. He then alluded to the conduct ofminis- papers presented to the House, and the scorning from France. This, he (Mr. C.) denied.
a.hall receive for his services, .n a.l cases arising un, Albany,May 30th, 1823. .80 ters. His charge against the ministry was not be entertained for the British negotiators who He had already stated that there was no ex-
der the.werritorial laws, such lees as sbull be estab that they did not precipitate the country into a could put their names to those papers. He: eternal point of quarrel between the two coun-
lishLd by the legislative council. And the said judge: T UST received, and for sale by E. F. BACKUS war, but that they had done nothing-absolute-, condemned the conduct of ministers as pusillan- tries-no dispute about a territory which might
es mu) adjourn Ei respective courts to any other No. 67 Sat ee ,ustina or the w a d ly nothing, neither in the right quarter nor at mous and unworthy ofEglismen. possibly be adjusted. France said, "the Revo-
time or place, whenever St. Augustine of Pensacola mestic story.--Also, J.ournal of the privat life and ,posbyeadu-t.Frneai,"hRv-
shall be infected with a malignant fever, and writs conversations of The Emperor Napoleon at Saint the right season, to prevent it. They had thus Mr. Canning next addressed the House.-'lution in Span renders you a dangerous neigh-
of error and appeal from the final decisions of the Helena, by the Count De Las CIsas. all but .sacrificed the certainty of avoiding the He contended that the present was a question bor." Spain said, "the Army of Observation
sard superior courts, authorized by this section of JNapoleon in Exile, or a voice /rom St. Helena, calamity of war to chimerical apprehensions, of peace or war; that his Majesty's Govern- disquiets me." Here then was a call for mu-
this act- shall be made to the supreme court of the the opinions and reflections of Niapoleon on the m si which must have the effect of finally dragging meant had taken up the subject, and as the in- tual concession, of which the alternative was
United Slates, tn the -ame manner, and under the important eventsof his life and government, in his us into a war imminently perilous. The. first terests of the country were alone effected, he to be war. It was a case properly to interfere
same regu aliens, as from the circuit court of the own words. By Barry E. O'Jleara, Esq. his late error was having attempted no negotiation at begged that Ministers might be judged in the in. If then, the honor and interest of Great
United Siates, where the amount in controversy, to .surgeon. Paris; the second, having gone at all to Vero-1 late negotiations by reference to the war which Britain were satisfactorily consulted, he would
be ascertaied by the oath or affirmanon of either Albany, May l5, 8. .7 na under the circumstances. Of the Allied sov- they have avoided, and the peace they have se- say that she came 'out of the negotiation with
party, shl i exceed one thousand dollars. ELIHU EDWARD WEED ereigns, Mr. Macdonald spoke in these terms :'cured.-(Cheers.) Whether the'House would a firmer attitude. It was true she did not me-
And be it further enacted, TatI each ofthesad S He did not know whether itmight not beex-;or would not discuss the question as one of nace--she did not start armed, offering a media.
superior cotunr all, whven, hav, and eercise STORAGE, Forwardaig and Comm"sion Mcr pected of him to approach the august members; peace or war, his Majesty's Government did action and prepared to enforce her views. No;
a" g under theil a c...i'i' r. i aueUses chants-Weed's basin, on the Eric canal, (seven of that congress with feelings of awe and revel. riot stir one step until they deliberately investi- she thought a temperate and firm negotiation
ted Stales, which, y an act to establish the judicial m oles north of Auburn.) e nee. He would willingly do so, when he saw" gated the advantages and disadvantages of both. was .best befitting her on such an occasion.
curts of the hU'niued States, approved the tweno- () .A Post Office is now established at this place them, kings as they were, recollecting that they i Having once made up their minds for peace, She recommended peace, but did not renounce
fourth ol September, one thousand' seven hbutdred by h"U slame of.4/eed's Port P..O of which. Elihu were also men-when he saw them taking de- they directed all their attention to preserve, war. She assumed the aspect and the attri-
and eigl.l.-.iniand an act in addition to inc acl, v eed is Post Master. May 15, 1823. 77m6 light in promoting instead of destroying the hap- that peace, if possible to all the world-peace, I butes of justice, holding high the balance with
en..itlid ii acthtoestablish the judicial courts 0 Ihe 2'o *IH. H Sherwood, Esq Clerk ofJefferson co piness and freedom of their subjects, and turning if possible to the states of Europe-peace, at, one hand, and with the other clasping, but not
Uted states approved the second 1,1 Murci, ,.ne lR-In'pursuance of'an act, passed the 17th d.y' all their*powers to the amelioration, instead of all events, to this country, consistent with its drawing the sword. (Cheers,) He hoped the
nbrtec ue it e d ar dr ofApril, 1823; you are hereby notified, that a the degradation, of human society. Then, in-, safety and honor.-(Cheers.) The first inti- Address would not be adopted, because if it
error and appeal from ite decisions in the said swipe- of circuit court will be held in and for the county of deed, would be the time for a free-born En- nation of the intentions of France was met by were, he, as one ot the advisers of his Majesty
irror s, aud h prized Io thie section of this act shall J1efterson, at the Court-House in Watertown, on glishman to kiss the hem of their imperial pur- a declaration, "that to any such intentions his! would not know what answer to recommend.
be made to the suremr court of the United Slotates, Tuesday etweny sixth day of Augdust next, at ten ple,: but until that time arrived, and until he Majesty would not be a party." If it beat- He should say, "I am very sorry for it, but re-
in the same cases,, and under the same regulations, gaol delivery wiA also be ad tsearmmer andobserved them desisting from the pursuit of ob. tempted to make that declaration apply to the ally don't know what to say." (A laugh.)
as Irom the circuit courts ol the United States. The the same time and place. Yours, &c. 0' jacts that were hostile to the liberty and moral whole of the negotiations, or to the more ad- And this was the upshot of a discussion pro-.
clerks, respectively, shall keep the records at the N. WILLIAMS dtgnty of man, he would designate them by vanced state.ff the proceedings, nothing could tracted to such a length, after being underta-
p a,:es whe, e the courts are.h'eld, and shall receive, Circuit Judge for the fifth circuit of the -late of words, which, however unpalatable they might be more unjust. The question was, not what ken with the advantage of a fortnight's deliber-
it al, cases aSriig sunder abe laes an consatunon,,f New York.. U0ca May 7, 1823. 82w4 be, they must still submit for some time to hear should be done in case of a separate contest action. Let them address at once for the remo-
the Ke ucy distract received fs r similar services o f 1 in an English House of Commons-he would between France and Spain, but if, at the Con- val of Ministers, as having disgraced the coun-
wTnat that court exercised the powero/t [he circuit v ftrSS'Po lJO'OtS* call them what their conduct proved them to gress at Verona, there was addressed to the.try by the policy they have adopted; and if"
and district courts, i]'lE subscriber offers for sale, 250 pair of coarse be, tyrants, and tyrants of the very worst de- Sovereigns a proposition to interfere collective-I the House should sanction it, he would bow to
.And be at further enacted, That there shall be .L boots ; the best article of the kind ever offered scription. After a long and pointed review of ly in the affairs of Spain, and the consent eL their decree with the feeling that he had acted
appomied two-persons, learned in the law, to act as in this city, and raey cheap. the negotiations, which he charaeterised as im- England asked, the answer was. that his Britan-1 erroneously, but still to the best of his feeble
attorneys lo the Uulu.d states, as wel. as for the B. VAN BlENTHUISEN, becile and dangerous on the part of England, nic Majesty would not be a party, come then power. But believing, after maturely review-

tritury ,;.,One tor tInal part of the territory known No. 407 1S. Market-st. and cunning and deseeptious on that of France, what may. After all that had been levelled at ing the Whole of this complicated question, that
a' East Ftorida, tue otber (or that part,4,fthe ierrao- March 7, 1823. 57tf he concluded by alluding to the possibility of the proceeding of the British Cabinet the end the conduct of Ministers in these negotiations
r kio.wn as West Florida; to each of whbn, inad- France uniting in compact Spain to, the French of this brief, but pain declaration of theirs, was that which had its honor and its best inter-
dLt'" "i1uWelL'statedtee,'c10i ilCaSeallbte ra I, W ANTED. territory, to the overthrow of the balance of was the dissolution of Congress.-(Hear.) He ests marked out, he had no doubt that the
as talhl L ...........nn ,', ,-,,. nu""i, anu A l WOMAN to coBk, and assist in washing and power, and the peril of our 4httion arIongst the' did not hesitate to say, that the great object House would by its decision stamp that con-
ob, the aup.ited tw.' aai, u l.i ne i reach of they'll 'ironing.,_ Apply at.No. 338 North Market nations. It had been said, that five millions of which he had in view, was to prevent a joint duct with the approbation of the country.
o be appointed two, aratebr each Of the'reer, 75tf men in Ireland were disaffected, and France, in declaration against Spain. No matter what (Loud Cheers.)

From the NJew-Yor7 Statesman.
FiAM NEw-Ou.ErAIi.--ACCounts are re- e ailn
ceived to the 19trn ult. The L1n,,. were ge~er-
ally overflowed a thibe Oui-chiia countrY,, rand FRIDAY, JUNE 2011823
the water continued .to rise in the Mississippi FRIDY, JU
- for500 miles up. Theseat of justice of Cata-
ba la Parish was 5 or 6 feet under water.- The THE NAVIGATION OF THE ST. LAWRENE.
Red River continued rising from 1 to 1 1-2 in. -With the.editor of the American we entirely
ches in 24 hours. Another crevice, 200 yards coincide, that the free and uninterrupted.navi-
in width, had occurred 18 miles above Natch- nation of the St. Lawrence, from the Ocean to
ez, and several others were reported between the Lake and from.-ie Lake to the Ocean, on
Bayonne, Saratiand the city. ,h m t o .a e
Accountsto the 26th state,tbat the water in the the payment o equal duties of exportation, is
Mississippi had began to fall a little. A crevas- a claim of deep concern and importance to our
sewas made on the 25th of May in the levee,' cou6ltry. With bl; also we would l ,c.oe eve-
about 20 miles below the cAi., .ar, *..r,'rlow.d r, tin, within the scope of reason and duty,
several plantations, and it w.a -Iari1..J ic rnresult of such-general and manifest
age to the crops would be considerable. The toeffec result of such general and manifest
steam boat Ramapo, on her way from Bayou advantage. Butwe would, ofall things, avoid
Sarah, saw a great number of crevices between making it a question of a division of local in-
Bayou Sarah and New Orleans. on the opposite terests and of sectional fears. These divisions al-
side of the river. Thesmalltown at the mouth ready prevail to an alarming and hateful ex-
of- Plaquemine Bayou was completely under
f Plaquene Bayou was completely und tent; and it isas impertinent as it must be un-
water, and in some places the houses carried e i i
from their foundations. Above Bona Cara, fortunate to seek after causes to increase them,
west side of the river, there was an extensive or to add to their excitement. But we will
crevice, and it had baffled the efforts of thr copy the language of the editor:--
inhabitants to stop i itit having increased in The canal.a gwill un-
'Width to abc'ut .i' and a halfa'resinsa very Te canaisa greatwork, andwil un-
width to ab,:.ut i upnd a h- f ores m a very doubtedly prove to be of -:re, a-.),.,-.-: t.:,
few hours .m5to700 ne- the state ; but the channel [.(,~ L, ,.-.:.:
Sgro(s were c.niiu. ll. : .ork ... the Levee. totheocean whichnature i., io..i,tl t .s I., -
Fre the .w v -or E'eniss Post nso ofequal or greater advantage. Tothe free
Fromt.he.New-YorkveningPost. use of this channel our fellow citizens now pre-
THUNDER STOT.-On last Friday .night, tend, and they have a just claim upon the gov-
this city was visited by a violent storm of rain, ernment to exert their power to obtain from
accompanied with heavy thunder and lightning, reat Britain an acknowledgment oftheir rights
which commenced at 11 o'clock, and lasted antl provisions for their enjoyment. Will Adams
till 3 in the morning. The stores of Messrs. orCrawford--anorthern or a southern President
Wynkoop and Stanton, and Ogden, Day & Co. be mostlikely to promote the important object?
were struck by the lightning, the latter of Let every miananswer f .:ci .!-, :-.. ri- -r-
which was set on fire. The country seat of in other matters. Is it i ..-n.n-...e. I u,:.,l
Mrs. Nicholson, at Greenwich, was alsostruck. b.:,ir, arn.I tio.:e 11.,i; .ie ,,in comrn, i.-
The sloops Amazon, of Troy, and Monmonth, ,-red with l ., il, 1 ny ].:r;.:.] J..r, .:.
of M iddletown, lying -at C.-.ite.- l .i., were in- ed.-i:tr,r e % rii:,la otltic:t .:...il.d -.:l--: I
jured in their masts. A f-air of I '.-seastand- -, ,, e g .J l !n. a.r-I
ding under a tree, near Cranetown, New Jer-I choose men indifferent or colI to that .bj;e--.:t,
sey, were killed. The house of Mr. Spooner, and t X iilo.j.:,ili. power and prosperity
at Brooklyn, was very much injured. We:ofthe ..rty ., e6tl;:g th e r assistance .
copy the following statement of the injury 1 The -same motives which
sustained, from the Statesman. -s'r ,elatis wich actuateme-in
S histwotirn p.r ate relations to each other, actuate
"At a few minutes before 12o clock, histwo ..i ,,,. -i, e only masses of men,
story house, situated on the heights of Brooklyn, ii.,.; j L.I s.am e o nsiderations,
was struck bylightning, E.Jd ithe r.-ai,,r ima, i o l,. t i e -, p., u d. .p,:i -I.. ,
the front shivered to pieces and scattered on the' y the same prejudices as t, ..In l .n.*.
ground. The electric fluid entered at one of posi them. Hence to carry any favourite ob-
the chimneys, the top of which and a part under jectwe appeal for assistar..:: .ii. 'r..udi
the roof were hurled into the street. It enter- and about us, to those cn ir ',-ur iii, .ur
ed the second story, and tore out the "tin.1. .- i,, ,, ., ar,. to a. rli, .:xl r ..r.
and clapboards of tl. fir.-'.r, .J.mi.:.],-h,:.l h. .,r- taking, of them ; to those, in short, whom con-
niture,,and coveredJ ro l,. -,aI i.J :pl. .iic: a stant association, i.e.-lhouct..:.-..:1.. and common
bed, on which a person was ly I,. Long sliv- interests bind to us. This is thecourse in pr -
ers or pieces of wood wei ,l.., ai, into the vatelife, this is thecourse in theaffairs oftowni,
wall, and a part of a chair was driven through counties, and ehive of large sections of saatea,
the pannel of a door into the room where Mr. and ni ,,, n- d,,, it unbecoming or J.,..:r,:,;.
and Mrs. S. with their small children were in _-Thi. -:,am .ii, i. tth.-rfcor.-, i .1 rni;- .r.,p..-r,
bed. The window of a small ch-roib.:r bed but u:,- ,l, i tIr,, inr ,- ir,in,-,- d,'., ,;r,
room, in which two young ladies were sleeping, The peopleof Vermont, of New-. :., ;. ..1 Peri.-
t-a- drier.er,;n the casings struck'the wall with sylvania where it borders on L ie E'ie, ,*
great force, and f1,1 on tl,.: bed without injury Ohio of M ;.:il;.,, ,1., i,.,.1 .1 tiI,. r-
to hir.m. It re ri. rl;:a.l.: that ot 14 persons in ',, ,,, the n,m,,',,'..i wi,ari ,. ,r:., h,,: [
tie tino,, -F, uot iiu w .e. Iri.. l,"1 ,i.i eJ. All ,',,p -t ,,. : 1'r :,:I aJ ti ,.i-.h, ih,.:
w ere :eon il:l ola ec.:,,h :il. 1.r. .. 1. Ii t". t1,t ...11 er L, t-C 1. L 'w r ,. I.. t, th
front room on the fir-t d.:....r. l l:,,:,:- .I Ie-., Ca- c, up, -i. t iih :i 1 :,:,mni,.ii,-i, ,:'.1
ble,. chairs, and eri l Ila.ge i.:. ". .ee ., .1 meu i, v.hl it i. pr,.p I" ai ,r-,
dashed to pierc~--ga -c oi the si.J bto., r Itr ,a-rted ,r ,|tem., exhit.it in intenseness of inter-
in ruins-windows shivered to a;o.n:--iar-th.,- 1,:, 1 finry 1,:r O b.c, .which the-people df-
piece torn off-large fissures-are 1i1 Hi ctn- G.orG a i ,r m-tauc,:-, cni,,ht tI any degree share
ney, and in agarret bed room dir-:l, er trli: n, .r -:,.cnpreh.ndJ. Th : public men, conse-
heads of children who were asleep. The fluid .lle. ,h.t tt wo.i.dl., rblc. ;, e- ..
passed off by the tin leader across the end.l o .,,b th,: .eep ,, .,rI',.:e ollth. ,:,l.i..- ,u v!o,
the house, leaving th fr in.e and clhpboardin tl.. ... li,,1.r ,Iot,, and suffer them-
in the whole course. It .s wo'thl,, .:.I reuv,.Il selves to be easily diverted from .ny mae:ur,:
that all the family pere in l..ed, to Ihl,r i :,r- undertaken to promote it. TIh-. ,t v.- W,: rili
c(Uml,-iu..e io 1. :..r iL-,..l .i ir ,ii:iy. ,\ ., ] e', l., i ,r; referred :.- ..of the M tii,-
C :.,e I ,.J% m..-i, ,l., t,,r i t httl" tenant esca- 1, r,. ,:, o ,.. rom.w o iil0 m1 tter
. ,I without ,.jur.. .. were those to '-e mn t.,ti rt.eLiitt,. b, the
success of it; and through perseverance and
RussIA DECREE.-Letters from Washing- union they did succeed. Let us profit by the
tor, mi,;..r,. thatthe Russian .Emperor has re- lesson, and learn from the example of others to
,'D,-i m.Ile ground takenrespectingthejui- know that our strength depends-upon united
3 J.tion If the N--:.i .IV:t 'Coast, c. apd efforts."
h-a r, -.:-t. r. .i i ii: ,I Ui:a.u. I ,,ei o ,
.i, : -.-t .- ': ..-.i. :- i, .' 'c feel :.urrlv I-- i -.e t1 Ji ient fi r m

Thi- le:.-, arire .:f N N -.Hampshire was or-
S I||-hz', .:ndr, Vc-,. ,iD:. l, h.,t, when Andrew
i'rmu.:,-. E:'. w ,; .i:-iz)ii r-.peakei5 of the House
Ol R ,|.] li.: lt l'.-.'Ce-. "
On Tiy,.'.l-y the I'- ites.- f'r Governor were
declared. The whole number legally returned
was 29,943, of which 16,985 were for the Hon.
Lti 55.:-o0. burm, and 12,900 for Mr. Dinsmore.
J ut,- \',.o.Jlhr v on the same day came in, de-
clared his acceptance of the office, and took the
oath. The Hon. David L. JAforril, late a U. S.
senator, has been elected to the senate of that
state, and chosen fP, ir:itle, cl'the same.
S" N .Y.. American.

CIRCUIT ( t.ii.I T:.
]lt ,oaitd A ;, 1 ,T,1,,.7 .r,. 1.1, ,1., 3d, 4th,
5'/ti .-ti., '! ,, .. rt.. "
'FiRST Czrcuur.-New-York, 3d Monday in-
June, and 3d Monday of November.
Richmond 3d Monday of July.
Kings, 23d day of July.
Queens, 25th day ot July.
Suffollr-29th of July. ,
Ogden E.J i-:,rdJ, Circuit Judge.
SErOND CTRCrTT.---Oran-e. Monday June 30.
.D umil.?l -, MeL, hd V .iui, l.
R ,.i l; a .., TIci., .J ,sy J .it 2-1.
,V.-..;I,:i.h:r, M.:,,.l .IJ ul' '' :;.
Sllii a Mly N dayI :c' i r .:' .
Ulster, Monday October 6.
Putnam, Monday October 20.
Samuel R.. Bett, Circuit Judge.
THIRD CIRCUIT.-Greene, Monday June 23.
Columbia Monday June 30.
Rensselaer, Monday July 14.
Schenectady, Monday September 29.
Schoharie, Monday September 15.
Albany,' Monday Oitober 6.
William A. Duer, Circuit Judge.
FOURTH CIRCUIT.-Clinton, Monday June 30.
Essex, Monday July 7.
Warren, Thursday July 10.
Washington, Monday July 14. -
Montgomery, Monday July 21.
Saratoga, Monday July 28.-
Franklin, Thursday August21.
St. Lawrence, Tuesday August 26. -
Reuben H. Walworth, Circuit Judge
FIFTH CIRcrIT.--Madison 1st Monday in July
Nathan Williams, Circuit Judge.
SIXTH CIRCUIT.-.Tompkins, Monday July 14
Tioga, Monday July 21.
Broome, Tuesday August 19..
Chenango, Monday August 25.
Delaware, Monday September 1.
Otsego, Monday September 8.
Samuel Nelson, Circuit Judge.
SEVENTH CIRCUIT.-Onondaga, Monday
July 7.
Cayuga, Monday July 14.
Ontario, Tuesday July 22.
E. T. Throop, Circuit Judge.
EIGHTH CIRCUIT.-Genessee, 1st day of July
Livingston, 8th do.
Allegany, 22d do.
Niagara, 29th do.
Cattaraugus, 26th August.
Chautauque, 1st September.
Erie, 8th do.
Monroe, 16 do.
Steuben,29th do.
Wm. B. Rochestert Circuit Judge.

this application of1 these general p, in,-;',,io.
Are not ill qu- ,.si- ,, .-1' this nature national;
and J.: t,, iii. cii.h.r in the'acquisition ofa
righ,, .i inu u, .iri.:n-:, belong equally to the
whole country? Is it to be believed, that a pre-
sident of the U. S. will neglect the general wel-
fir.- because he is, or has been, a citizen of one
extremity- of the union, or of another ? Will
the editor, of the American submit to his own
rule in this respect, and admit that because Mr.
Adams would be a "northern president," he
would therefore neglect the rights and interests
of the south-that nothing, save northern men
and northern things,would be regarded by himt
as entitled to consideration ?.If he ;: p.rr. '
'...r ti ,tt.1 i-..: ,,, we are not the less prepared
to declare, that all our honest exertions shall
be'enlisted to defeat the election of an indi-
idtial, the consequences of which would be so
disastrous to the general welfare.
Our prejudices and.our predilections are al
of tlh,:, i..:.,iseru; but we would not'sacrifice
to them ihe feeling and the regard which wi
are enjoined to entertain for all sections of thE
country. The presidency is a national ques
tion; and is as remote in itself, from the navi
gation c.u t1in t. L'Ea it-..:,- and ti.he Mlii pp-
as it is from the acquisition of the Floridas, o
'Louisiana, of Cuba, and of the general protect
tion of our commerce and of our frontiers. I
maybe forced into an unnatural alliance witt
those subjects, or any of them ; but it can never
run into them by the ordinary course of events
It is to be regretted that it is the interest an
the pleasure of some politicians to unite ever
extraneous circumstance with the examination
of this question; to give to it thereby an :un
fortunate influence over the minds of men; an
to bring about, through it, excitements and di
visions,which may be of individual advantage
but which must be generally mischievous an
hurtful. We feel proud of our country, i
. great works, its republican institutions, and th
inestimable rights and privileges which, as
people, pertain equally.to us: But we expert
ence any thing but a feeling of exaltation whe
' we witness the attempts, which occur daily
to narrow down and debase the views of mer
and to excite, in an unworthy manner, feeling;
which should be devoted to objects of a high

, LITRARY.-The new Waverly Nove
Quentin. Durward, has made its appearance
and is for sale at the several bookstores. W
have not found leisure to look at it,but by tho
who have, it is declared to be among the mo
interesting productions of the great novelist.
A singular production is in print, from the p(
of the present king of France, entitled T
Narrative of a journey to Coblentz and Bru
sels, in1791 ;" being the history orthe success
flight of the author at the period of his unfo
tunate brother's arrest at Varennes. It h
.been republished in Englaqd, and partial

commended; but the French publications crit-" tl e' ril;a'ir result'. Weloverariety; and W 'BrO1OSA &S.
icise it severely. we are bhppy, t.:, add, thanks to the ingenuity 5) L k.! A. \rS NT, cases LaJ,.., Ms and Chilarden'
Samuel Rogers, the author of the Pleasures of ur countrymen that we have :oe .iort rfl (R.m a t .action. _. Ti, I L)B 'n rer lore r .
of Memory,has published a new poem entitled throh wit all the methods of spreading the In fiontofth ,.r.- J.: ,,,, ~, 11 it J No. 42. and L& B ditto. "
Italy. qualifications of: a candidate before the public, 9.tate street, this morning at 10 o'clock, will be sold 50 pr. Genilemens-first quality WVlingon Boo'i,
except the presentment by a grand jury. without reserve. from 1r. Phid.lfphia Manufactory.
NEW-YORK PATRIOT--A paper by this 10 luncheons pure 4th proof Jamaica rum (Sally In i.-,re, a comrirlie assortment o-'f hoe, Brlt,
name, and professing to be republican, has FitE AT FREDERICKSBURG.-On the .th cargo) to close a consignment. Straw Bonnets, Bands, Trimming-, aas,d tE.te..
etinst. destructive Fire occurred in Fredericks- 25 bbls. New YlY. g,i, of's superior quhelty Trunks, Spanish and American Cagarr a.h.: il of
been recently established in the city of New- u a sciav e 0 20 boxes bar soap which wil! be sold a't New-Ybrk prices;
k ce r-urm, Va. It originated ina large stable, be- 10 do diptfcandles H. B. P.ARKFR A .-n't.
York. Considering the circumstances under agingg -to the Farmer's Hotel, which was so 200 pair fdue andcoarsebdts- ." *'"h Mi',la.Lt rire.-L.
which it was established, and the former po- repeidl consumed that- 20 of the horses-within 200 do .Iedi rJid bound shoe "
litical character of itseditor, itwa-0-.:.tilhtIber-j 1per.'-i iein the flames. The number of dwel- 50 do morocco o THOMAS'LEE
to indulge suspicions 'of its desvohl.n to th.e : ..:.ses burt is fourteen, all insured; W i to
but when the -r-;,.-.u4. 'a., ..fi-rcty thousand dollars. W ine, andL rI r bU.tls MERW IL ANT TAlT.LO1
principles of the republican party; A large Irrriisu -- l ,I'riie, goods, &c. was Large supply, jusI re.:;.. :-i 'l.- -sale.) it (Successor to Ira Piorter,) -
the-general republicans committee'of New- rI" .l-:tr. :.y.. The disaster is ascribed to an A rate, hamperJ or n.--.i .s ,s iu r:-- -i. i.ir. .ini .,,i- m.)I E" -'
York, recognized it as an organ cf tiir i r1. i, ti..' r. .I .-. F; ,-- Fi[.'MER, B.' 'TI;t a l-l .F:, EiL-.L.NT. sdeJ VELVLT T
and recommended it to the patronage of their I" '1. I ire.tI CLOTH' ; r, r If hit, % oih'er .,3ile ith,
and recommended it to the patronage o The Baltimore American states, that three of Albany, June 17, 1823. -"' L' rns.Jang a E1,.,u ,nd Eoieri ,m.. -
politicalfriends, these suspicions were laid aside, the sons of the Colombian General Paez, have A ,, ju 13. .83 .
If we are not thisinformed, the editor of the b '-.n admitted for instruction at the military *
Patriot was a member of the Clintobian fac- school at West Point, with the permission of HtltE Church of Christ, independent ofthe Synod Zl5,g1\ 1" 'LtS.
tion, and faithful to its chief, if not to.the last, the President of the United States. r profDrdecht, anid all other S ac ds, ISA AC W.STAATS,
at leastuntilhis fortunes egn to grow despe- The subscription to th e stock of the Che- ent ofthecirch, embracing documents and ex "' n:i rer -n a larc and getral meritm
rate. Having now become the advocate of the e- s. Dyl wre Canal isnow e planaiory notes, relative to the separation :.I t.r,,t.-i .:,- m.ua i,- n'. r,J -hilJ ,' Lehari, Hal, .
rep ublican artytowh cm hasanoaneia e Canal is now filled, which ministers and people, from Eh-- -t.e-fwrr' ,vhich ra. i,.' ,.-,dlII tIo, and crll hr ..:id.
republicanparty,towhichasalintonian hebd secures the completion of this important work. and the general Synod ci i. f.-.rTd iri, u ,m,ll ,
been so recently opposed, it is with much sur- Church. .To which is-addid, ,3i., it ;pr," .r... No. 31 Nrthi MciIt.r:, .; ..
prise that we see in an iri' f ihe 10i.i .st., Th. i,-uadr:.n, or part of it,under the com- from i..-. ....,. 1 ..1 or Ulster bt '. iande.r Op-po.is tht ii fo-t Oire.
an illiberal -.,r i :- r..,n.,. l, i I.l ., n : i C. ri. F-r r expected to return Carso, m .:-. AI by N. m R, 1 3 i32
faithfully servedin the republican ranks. L:.e-. i J prino ure. anceofpiracy; of o. 71 State street, nextdoor west of these tae bank Ha A' i'e. al l y.
it become the editor of the Patriotwho ha yet 'which we have heard but little since the com- 6 r -.tt.-nler off~..r for ,ile at .t ry Iow pr.c s, .
t(. ...~ t~imi:t(rst proof ~of his having abjured modorehasbeen in those seas.-N. Ado. 1:, : r. ': t /
the Clintonian faith, -and united himself in feel -- J Ha .i '", L i'. r r ri, r
-ings and p.n.:il.le t the.republican party, t, The superb stone gristone grist and saw mill of John .T ,- .- i I 1 I... le H ,l. :L i : ,e,
talk about ".itri guersfrom Albany," and to 'r Tit Esq.at Greexisburgh, (Pevru.I -l..I r it lW i1i ":i R -OHi ir t N.
with all lin i itenti, 115 b1-,rE- I and a o:mbm .n r,- i- i., ..... i--.. -I M 12.11.
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cion that he has come among us and I ,[ md I, ltir. w..rk .:, J-mes I. entitled p"TruelLaw l 11. OYe ,rrIi a ,R,,-lir a tl Rai',,,at Rtker Efq., c.nl-r
Irt t [n-l., h ,.1.-..I Fre \.'aroh;.:-i,,- it is laid down that a | i r' n ;. ,' f iir 1 h N. .-t,," i.r l *- i, ..rih bci ,uai.-
our p-r. "l. ir.-l rlp i.i- [i h.:l. e-,, t i :.. n which., the M .-.nr-,rt i ;i ta. H V. .- IN .. n, i ,itro cl in' H i ,. i .n
Th' p, -,r t .: ,,ir._ r rtet ; r'y ,n,-,r rt r.ub- ,rt. us -fr ,eS i lkeple ses- i," ,-,LE :, r', ), ,: i i .1 i,, -, r. ,i a, d i ie, i,,." i i-t ,,l ,,t l ,t
tica : .-! i : ,ii ,.:.thNe trl o t br i tN. ..t, : lru ., Ii in .. .'.. I 1 ,, aN. l..on the ,tn da-, i A, :t.
.e...t.....ld ,.:.c.u r -rL A lic.i th i. t,, i arE i, r NEn irEti 'rtiMri.- T : rtI a. .l
.riv ati, mp1flp.- t ii st l ih [-t .:].;i- e-xc iiiug taort-1 v i.- .:-ti.ii l .' ....- hi| ... ii ,- F i iii.L .,i .. sTl- 1i cI tir .i...iri', ,ii alth,i rediors tM nI b -H. %,.kiir.
h m rit n- ,i s-h tar--i alt I *.: r r p ;:latio *1 prr,:-- I, mi-, i .h, J o. .t u-t, .. r rti-, ..nt- Irrl ,-,i i. a rud t.r ,ii n h tii lsruie snr -
li nrJ., :,: if n ,the -ho o v.. r il e v. ', l.,l~~,f, Ir,, ,: i .1 -I-e .I o. 'e ,pril. w hil ., 1 1I ,- :,,, ,:, i ,= ,l. c,, r .. 1 h i, o.hi .- i..,' n i i a. t.atr, c .t ,n ..re.
t1, v..11 i r, i nit ,S l cr.'..,,- :,-r:r l' r-r ltc.d i.r,:. ] -.r,b.--, i1 pr iimn--.:. l r .i ,, ,, c.. l ..ri l ,,, h,: iri, ,m o I., -iit.th ,1, -l tl. a t, ld
ario :.-epr.'.es int arri hey io i-,er rt,.i"b- r r i t 1 hi.t v -|-:, -e ...-hiJried t.v lt-h e.r in-e aniJ all r u|I -l ,. ,.r.l i .- T-i.:: .ri' '. Ir .s-. > ,r r a n.: h villd n, E 1.r.i e .:.e li tie
lica... t-r-.:,ur- [, l : blhr,.rr,, u -I' It r L o .,,t .pFiA ,, -n... -.,.lc .-at:- ed anaareaof6feet -.' k o- .- -;i.; I' I t .i i i 1 il li.arIIIith l ,ucd .iI
tl e. Up- rtli.:- ..tf he Patriot; but w- lt.-:rl In C. c,1.. t, r.ti -.-l..E la9tei l" l lI-. '.tI tt.- .- .5..rii .,.- M, ., ,r,| F6.. 11-, .- 'i .,.r lt tino itei.., -Kt !rr,till.
h t.h. ,ath be il, that they i: -p s .:. .,1 .: r ,e h n ; n ... ...i., l .. r u .. .i l l i r a. ,,,i c,.,,n,).n thi .asduIot S, pirL.-
ir~fn ttIhra whole f.th. .tire e *,,.rct .: a -.re ii p i )mi I r,.,,i.,J \ '... Inn,.. I ....-, Da,.. -. ,,.Jl .Ca.p:.J b c ni-d.ri o it.. inrt.Catn o .bra .Ia h
r.c.asioned these remarks. W hen th; sUitarr *.l II ms-.-.rlirio r, l,.i.J.-r, win.h .i -.r-emilt r .r. i ,r,c..ai i cl.t.1., .I...:l., -.i.n7, -.-. r...i n-. ,r- sr- net be ..d- r it.s o r.m.i' i of iti hi. cr'.l.ier i. aini
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GOVERNOR BROOKS.- Few men ha'r. p-:- b.- w.:.r|l;.-it lr..,,, ., to ,i. .. The efficacy of a e 0 l r i.. .. ,,,.d,t,.,,,.... ,,, percn be n .,,,,.d ir ,n.
sed from public to private life, with *tr:. r t"fu I-'-alt- ..1 t tl. .J'.i.prif.:.n has been fully r"' .HE eubscriher his removed to Utica; wher. ri,-.cm-mi pur.u.t the e. -rntilerd an aiit i. abc-
s cr,, .,~p c i .e7, -r ] I ', rri t.'seo actually exploded v r.f-... ,o o-n-r-, -. ,;.I 1.;,1,,r:,.,,,i .- Ih ,,Ipr. ..,,, I I, d b ID ei toim (s a .,', p Ied .pni
proofs of the respect and .raLtl.,- ...I "Ih i.\- ,,:. r-.r.,':.rl,n: thI. A\nr .' in the presence of in the v. -,, ..,,.-... -.: -. N. 1.-.e., ir, i, o' h f,.1- 7. i _I-t. D i.di-n. ii l 21. .e-,6 :l

low citizens, than the late governor cf M i-- rn,-n' per-on ;- and here a most extraordinary ken his :.n, Z ,r'...' -,' 5 u',:, pisn.rnr.,.,, -.d Y rdir ,- ar.ul r S iad, Eq. Eqfir.t .utig or. the
chusetts. He was a federalist, and h med in .:Ir,:untitam:e ,. .tiscovered-the steam, when theirofE-.. ..I... I..I i i n.,n .' 1r ma n l iand o it Cny O-
turbulent times; i ,', :thu. l ._- ,ll pat ti s l'v-, l 'w ug "ult of thi fissure, is not sensibly hot. -... H r Iu d. c 1 lt .-e i. any .ey
T' : e r'- i i- th" i.--,, :'ur ,tHit c. andensa- r-l'- fr Ha uii a n zc.J i -ic. r n .,I -s cr .i..ie ..ary. ire .
united ii their eipr-:;i.:,- .:. l the -Lp-,robtin. o it -:,. the pl.r, nd .t cndeisa- i.a ie oc I-r ,i .t t' f cr ur housi inGo I,.
thho, t'1kee- p1., '- i,:ct ohT:-. ,nd a t ib the pis- t in e.,uJ'das. tteA Lte.- au .ity i," Aid u dt nest at a,.-,
of- his conduct. After :,u :iii. l .le,: l; ,l...r t t -..n, uk l mo n ,ntk : its t. pIstrokes et i ir. 't an ar.oo, c. r
ifnothewhol, -i 2 sroke ,ne. ni-iiI' s.h..1-id r,.et he mrad- rt.r ate bei tib
the last seven ci c r t mi h.Se p f,.Ople r:,[ Mi :<:;cli- i, p r tm iisUtc.ute. .:. E- <.' 'ti--li' -. i I .iirzi r : .;i e -, i't:' 11 ,1 rd., i.dri..ti. and hsi pcrri n be h e e mpter d I'ron m im
setts, he has ".. ,"irhl retrel ,mt thie d- 5 c itI\'-,, ai '1 1 I.' t. ir..n ni pr. an tt sntitd an am i -
rection of the public affairs.: And althoughhe D In New-York on the 12th inst. ofta N hoIhM r,,ir..eris ibni.ir i i iid June ii, da.3. i.,
has given place to men of another school vl 1onthitera 'r. LnAM HEE, April 15 68tf. .SliPf.EME. COiURTi
politics,andtoa new prder of things, 1.h ex-,"etl ," c -t k, Vednsya mornin. last te't t.c-- A. s ,,r t-B4I ..pt....
ample and his vrnju.:s jc rr-..,ir.J is a t et( dsue "lier cmln|,a'n:, Mr. LEV.Yr SOLOMOSs, ak n e d i m 1 tbd Mo in vi d ,h.dal=drn,.larr.. ) ,ii t tio-t i-. aillat.
worthy of notice -aiJ. ir.i ati.n. This is as mer.nharl, rf th ity. Cas.ks newIRhode Island lime,-stale to ..u. ..d.e n ii e
!bt.,'-l and honourable on the one hand, as it is A-,-h i A a s h n t'Wf of-whirewash brmAshe '' i.".i.car. VitIhe p,l d.rI it,- rlt. cL Nr.
,.t and flattering on theo-i r,-r; aJ we men- rT1H-b1 'E p.. E ilec ll i;f.:ms his friends jut ri.e, -,a ,1 .. -- .- .._.. ... -. ..d ., i:.c ,on..r. h r e.run
I. ..o.l 1'.. :. '", l r. j i, K 6pue.1-, i,' lhd e l., a l .. r lo ved toNo. 20 .. A P LI \LL, u ..... ..l. r, ao,. l .e r .. to .. III,.'c,, ...uN, n. r ,l f ,,l
tion it, in the hope, that sUch occurrences m ay in ,i -r li pit.... t I, ,. he has tri i v d to ,No.20 r. I I, h1 iL.l.1", Iri t il r i. 1 e e'l Pi -nL t- i r. c-neu: A ti- r,-"n. "
H- I id en luf l.Ii II- a elle lb I MIc'ID, w here he has t, -,l 1l,rt ., lr r. ri1.:I -e ,se s. J Ir" .. . .
not become ni fl'r.qIu t as th h;bilry of our ,r .al, s,-,, .: ...ulh Ie M :un J. .i :. .,it, Sii l .i ,,
politics. Gov. Eut,., i, his late inaugural i A 'f ~ r a.h eirs, of various ,r.l 1:1. 112 i. n m..i i. ai.r mnnon.d, i...i l ..nd
GavERit'Sl .... .. vvr 1 ,Xi. en mI. c i i-,, -if t. ,a in utn be-riiriied, 'a,ICII J-Un.tEL
speech, makesthefollowingallusionto-hisven- 9 ..n.i '; merican do. ; f'L J. lr.i.rd i.i'ten i,, p. rie_ abt.:.e rnmamt.
erable predecessor: "The example ofwss h ..I-1ic..andmaccabasnu. WThofftis ownr f, r r i im en-.l .men- -l ,. .
aerabla predecessor : ,,e-- oo a"g w,,,,,,r 1 ,ni conmstanadt suppy ofS 'ru r LAKE GaW (GEORG E. "'.l i ci,,.', -ilr, i
dom and moderation exhibited by the distin- in cases, of from one to three dozen each, put us in Jl j .h -' 7 .'"'i"f ',- rl''s-'" "8 .-, r
ucItooo".:I m cs wl. ensure pi-reservatron oe iis -=. r i-i FcneiflIi te .nio- h n.. %.
gushed citizen, who has retired to the walks -* .anner a.. i 0 IFET foroe or n ore years, hiatlargeocom- ecoi .' Ad ap .: aI th, m-nie tI a hled a Ic -N
-o med.naquables,,mmd enderaits transporllafont mi"dIims- i i" ithe village of Cadwell. a k ai i'" n ii i i" n "'it Ir t"
of private life, after having filled the Chair of an r tie, world ae e trans ora on to Oeni ou. ithe village of Caldwell. t ae a ny in 'n : La, .:. e .
State for the last seven years, in a manner p e Con ,, a the soth n 3 ea knon it. 1 m i a.-- in the year of our Lord,
manner1Consignmentl..... as the hake GeorIie Coffee House. This take, i ,r it,-. -as, C-gtI h ZiBdrod and twenty-two, before"
-which has added lustrer to his revolutionary 50 gross porter bottles in.iampers,, is heau: .-. ,r..r rietv of fine fish,isfash- Ambrose Spencer, Jonas Plat, aind John Wood-
fame, fall with peculiar force on his immediate 4 do sodawaterdo ionably u" '1'' 'c -'i .... sTmwoerrmonhs. worth, justices, between Mom., F C..,i,;rne, Erquire,,
successor.n The Senate reciprocate his opin- Or.: ii, co.,, A.n ;nvoiceofrl-r t..ra, pisineson accustomed itert'in h i, n e .e, d
io n in th e f.:.11.:,lwl .. th rm in th e ir a n sw e r to i 1 '" ." 'd l- ..." i il >b ur h e '.r,.. .i ,' ', i ,h ,,,.r m ti i.. ..l I t. _. i iO c ko i ..-n ah i l a.n- ti,.- h J
1.s speech:-" In therecollection of themany th ..ricolecton..: .* e raLy. 'HI I O- N. f [ ..."'r- I -,i' "- .c..-- .i'" i-, n ,n te l ".I.,' Iti,:, ...3 .tai., ,,g
decossot- I -.. ,q It-,o i, ",stlL' 5'iLmIit;LccE. III-. .-ty,. ai II'rt in-. I t,-,' 'c t nai tntui ri I nc ,
virtues which rendered your immediate pre- .une :18, tF1823. Ithp is- u nest n a t r.
decessor eminent among patriots, a just tribute '0 i -...urt :. iE 1 rin t-.lId iro it. 1 ]h,.r i ....... of ',5 ,mi i -p I Ii1 L itic e n ji o ,, a ii ,. n1 ith .i....J aT E -ichi, tihed;

eartstroughouttheommonwealth Amids hundredndtwenty thee-Pee, JOSEPH C. YATES, Governor of the ,d i:.nr,, t.p .f Htisnbl, ccniiDg ls huodre
Sthe conflicts of party, his counsels breathed" The honorable Wllia .. Duer, Circuit Judge. .,', -,,f. .-Yor. .r- .: i ,i ni, t.e its.ai e r.n or less': .whe a Apo
Sthe spirit of moderation, and his voice was ever IA'r ,-. r.E r i. Ne- .4';rDEF Eo, I,e Ph- TN pursuance i .t ,.f, :.. the legislature of this a plea of covenant was suamMned between them in
e on.the side of the nation's honour His vseJrvi-" p i drI r DLu.. ''.i, j_ state, passed April 24, i,2. ,nil,, "an act to the said court to wit-that die sad Md in Van Bu-
S.the side o. t .pth nations honour, is serv .l r ac amend an a,.,,..;...1 .act rket;e i,::. ren hath acknowledged the aforesaid tenements
ces, like the influen e of his manners, will be t,_ ,,,- ,-,1 c i., t:.. i,, r .. .l i t i, i r.:.i- tion," pas s.l I in n.r 41822 ,ic :. n er. g e with the appurtenances, to be the right of him the
e long felt and remembered in this Common- d. ..lur f ec] a L notice, that heofice of sheriffof the county of Dutch- said Mosesi. Cantine, asthose hici thesaid Moses
wealth .' L'r .a Ironi-Si ii l i i-r. f -. t d., u... m:. ,. *,i .1. i i.:raW illiam Grit- I Can,,.,e hil on I he r il of IIle said M martin Van
--- t FC -': -,,,.'. u-n,,r '-i,,mr ,,, ,,4. ,i 1'. ,- ,- -n .1-,1i..ii inthe coun fr-:si tiiin aid t.,s joir In lu ihI1e aforesaid M oses I.
-f Rarely have weMoknown an inst Lance in which" -.. i r.t ... '. ,.l *li.t ...'..- .. i a ,,d,,,i election is to Cantine and his 'heirs forever. And further, the
SRarely have we known an stance in which .i .1.. the manner same Martin Van Buren bath granted forhimselfand
- the people have elected an individl for a HE partnership heretofore existing between prescribed by the regulating elections, and his heirs, that ie warrant to the aforesaid Moses
thigh public station, With greater unanimity, ._ the subscribers in the- practice of law, was according~to Ilhe dr.r.,i, a'nd provrsions contained 1. Cantineand hisheifs,theaforesaid ieneinenls,with
t h satreaterdissoled on the first sant, b mutual consent, in the abae recited aet mdig uthe same. he appurtenances, against all mn forever; and for

h than in that of the nomination of Mr. Shulze. They now keep separate offices in the village of In witness whereof, 1 haveiereunto subscribed my this recognition, remise;-quit claim, warranty, fine,
r Scarcely a mumer of disapprobation is heard; Skeneateles, Onondaga county. R ] aiend afixed the privy seal at the city of and reen the saidMosesI Canne hath given
aJAS. PORTER, /7 Albany', this 2d day ofJre, A. D 1823. to the said antin,.i.n Boron, fifty dollars. And

s. and notliinglike a regular and efficient opposi- F. G. JEWETT. JOSEPH C. YATES. that the said fine was proclaimed the first time on
d tion. The republican journals, we believe Skeneaieles, May 16th, 1823. 78i6 the first day of November, in he term of October
y without one exception, give him a prompt and courNT OF aLBAsN-Surrosgate Onice, U V l lW. abd hementioned;e tha the de oiud proc amation wa
o zealous support. u i oand inorte A Bbs. NewYork Gin, fro 18 months o ade the s eenteenth day of Janour Lord, one thousand
SC T us given to'he sdiistators opl the estate of ng years ust ec a for e ot hundred and twenty three ;'and that the third
d THE ACCeO1TTS BALANCE.a-A numerous Lasing, deceased, upon the sale of tlmerealestate o the signment, at No. 45 Dock Ne S py J/ p clamation was made the sixteenth dA., uf pfit,
Sr esaid deceasediaving been pad into t office inparsu- 76 May 10 in the year of our Lord, one thousand e.rt,i hundel
. meeting of the citizens of Sullivan county, en-ilane an order ntred for tt purpse-tone is here- ad tweht three. Dated June 1, 1823.
e, nessee, was held at Blountsville, on the 21st ofby givat. ths otrd sut, in ia be sade .ltr rltt f r)icultural lanackfr 1824. ens B'. F. BUTLER, At'y.

ad May. Resolutions wereread.and unanimously cdrof te sa deceased ath snrogate ote ~ order ofNehemiah H.Ear, Esq. first judge the
ts adopted, declaring that the great political ex- eptmber next at ten clock in the tnoo o that EING encouraged from the rapid sale of hia court of common pleas in and for the county o
e perienc the firmness, and the inflexible integ- ds at lae n on o e whi a l A ckG fore present year, and learning tdin ootdireihf thea ton aitntyntoneoru'
a rity of Gen. Jackson, entitled him to the first bynoiied nd required to produce and prove their seve- at the ame time from very respectable farmers, tat solvent debtor, to shew cause if any they
.. ..ralnndowine u doTlOOD BRnGEN, it hIss been coLducive otr e r now n s. no- ty, anr iseolvenc debtor, is shew P ata it" any theW

Soffimcewithntlegiftofafreepeople; that Ten- l and. TTOOD ,, gives ave beforethesaidjudge, eat is ffcei thetown and
Snessee will be uSnaenimous io his sup n-ort a 8e suogate ice that it is his intetion to enrich the columns of county of Onondaga, on the seventhaiayif tAugrust next-,
en nessee AT a Court of chancery held for the State of NiNew-York the almanack for the year 1824, wilh such maIteras t ten o'clock i t isreoonn. why an asignmet 0 le
y candidate for the presidency; and that the at theChancellor' dwelling-house, in theCityofAlba- will be beneficial to every agriculturalist. In doing osidnso all hi creditors, and his person be exempted firom
n, peb ple of that state will not give their votes to yn te ixternth daytof Jne itn the year one thou- his, tie solicits the aid of scientific gent lmeine, tt is nen pursuant pteth be e e a
oli0prisonn, puratrant to the actentithed an act to

gs any individual who is not prepared to pledge Thehonorabl James Kent Chancellor pen from so intestinal bjec April 7,1819. Dated June 11,1823. as
er hmselfto advance his pretensions. An eqal- nd opany, of the thesatisftionofthis court All commuicationswill be hankfuy receive E is hereby gien to the stockholder of
.s o t.J N Jun TOTICE is hereby ginn to the stockholders of

y imposing meeting has beenerain e t of appear and nsuert b te his Almanack Repsitry, 395 South Market st. thecomp,ny of the Fallhill turnpike and bridge
in Armstrong county, Pa. at which it was re- Albany, .above cause, hath been regu- B The almanack will be printed on fine pa- company, that the leotion will be held at the house
el, solved," that takinginto consideration the re Dunan oual and ar de nt thu per, enriched wih beautiful gra andhe of Peter .Belinger, in the town of Gemaatt,
ev publican education and nurture-the long tried others., aMeOugall, but that the said matter carefully arranged by S outhuack, sq. on the st dayh of purpose of choosing'clock ie direto
e public services--the political and patriotic prin- gent search and enqui mad uween the test and re- appears by the ifolowinote. to manage the concerns of said company for the en-
se ciples ; the examplary domestic virtues of John urn of trle said subi]ena, he found, to be served there- To vui rUBLIc The subscrber was the first to suing year.
e ciplesi examplaryomeic virtues n A itrerapperinbythesad daviat ublic a icuural Alma sohat a state law was passed by he legsla
re Quincy Adams, that he be recommended to the the saiddefendant, Duncan MeDougnal is absent from this introce he publicationl a tried toacontin re of the state of New York, to authorise the di-
nil uetiheuof dee natrojgshartuttso 'sc in ItIstate; and having determined tocntini tore of the state of Nsew York, to authorize nhe dm

people of Pennsylvania, for their support at the n. n st iit th ptnos 0 it t Poper ve the patronage of those who rectors of said company, to dispose of the bridge be-.
en next election for the President of thme United .ded. That ii said defendant, Due McDougl, do are ilig that e frst pojecror fh u h said Ctntoihesiose
i- ? '-case himstnearaecetobeenteredand his answer in P.. -.nrI nnui rean thei rewadt of his btovofreab xtr, brolne -u.of Herkimer, to ae afree bridge fth

he States." very much in the same phraseology, filed, in t'i cause, within nine months from the date of asto contend with rivalship and opposition. He benefit ot public travel, free from toll; and that if
as- Mr. Clay has been recommended asa candidate this order, or in default thereof, thatithe complainants' ehs to enleith i theip esend opposite ack any oon. H e bene stocoer shal have ay objections to
hillof complaint be taken, pro eonfesso, against him. doiblts not the selections for thpresent lm.n..ack, any of the stockholders shall have any objections to
ful for the presidency, by the officers ofthe sixtre- Ad i is further ordered,That a copy of this order be are as valuable as those of an rial blicaton of havether right n said bridge sold eable to
ir- gitent of Indiana militia published within twenty days from the date hereof, in the lkind; arid will this remark submits it to. the law, to m..ke it know on that day, otherwise the di.
r- gment of ana mior more of thepublic newspapers printed n tti judgment of the practical fainner.. rectors will proceed.agreeable Itaid law.
las Far be it from us to interpose an objection to state, for eight weeks iuccessively. onceat least in every S. SOUTHVWICK. 4 -By order ev 01 Giuaboard, ER T
S week. (Acopy.) MDOSS ENT, or,., .P -. i To'"h' PR, BELLINGER, Trasu-re?.
ly these modes, of nomination, any more than to 86F .egister. Jwpe 8Fd, 1823., ,. ,.

thereb gien t all te rtos nof Ale. 3, aln h oi.ceis hrb giversn bo H et sl. creditors, ofd ................. &c notice shou d Wo b- n:fde, Yorl. isherm.n fs non ,,.oCnd notice is In ltd, l o, cour t 6 1; co mmo in plesin:o rth e a so t tve"n
'. r erebygitor tott, il,- T y, kieottctn i hereyygivn toall te'cir~eitos.re
-rR idjg.a'le is-h i t .~ n fI, ......... .. .. s,, n o%" i.......... tenor th t hey in6thdtsrayonyffi3 ,%3 bforeIutotiast" caht anoEl- aveIe r.nib rntoftheotwn fanddnin a d, ou ty
'e 'd, trtoseweaie. aythy ae.beoe il t hvi, th si uge a insien db t r. ol A S i UYU. l isovntan..pisn dbhr i. lm aue
..i.. ..ai aunty, on tlhe to n ....... h lay ol .U. ,i .tt;t .en' t ,d'n e .hy ....assignment A; lock In ..... lt-ly......0htIt to
on e o 'C lo 6k in til e afte~ri o, o h t d y h A ; a de t i h u d n t b a d f r o e l i v j a s i n e t o t f a d in o v n i oh u d t r lo i f h t a~ h n u s g u~ to I h a d ir s l i i e F i t o o f th atid yciw h 113 a ll o fs fitsh-u dd ay Im d e tfrIve bn e x t, a tha no n e n m c ut |'t -aid snv nd iscteshid to
i, ..... f l .. ..o o oie i in so lv e n t's esta te, sh o u ld ,,itd !,N can d al! ,_r .... dik.........c t h is pe rso n b e w*em tt d .... m e.. .t b e m a d, fo r t ie n o f' a ll I is ..d it a.
c d ... t to.^ot,,.,.n^.... ~od' e^^^ ^ '^ ^* .......^ ^*^ .;^.^J *::/^^^ l^ ^ %^u^ !^ ^
W ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~I.Iatge. *pai i u'a nt. dtotire at.s~ e antit le acytli t njco h n[i fordebt oon.VI-V y c ases :assed Skten.in H e d av olL w o.1 I.. ea~ o ,i. -, .r. e.' i I'Ll, C, -!I. a ni I E ,.t I, -1 a ,i ck. psisonment, pr suat tri ~ il o ic the c ent tle lati ...) net to abol as Ek I Til hi e'" L ''' ")'* 're
g~vlng Ar, tle in cat"es of insolvency,' pulsed A1161 .1 l",I7. 1619. Date d Mal 12, 1823. 7aFIO cran ss7 !,I1 !1. l~ id % a 2 Pti cdA~ l7 s i p suu n o e ti etiCss'p se pitea tsa el h a e itd a i%1 6 6 ,7 ;. D tdM yr,12.7F usait iea teaild A ac oa oit
'-i 'l !,;.r of Ji, s....L'A'a......... F q first jndgt L 0 62 ........ on ent f- debi- c rt"in -' ,"Ipa.' ,b .. 7
16, 1823. a E0 ti 'u ,+rt o e of prutia illand or the count) j Y -, r... :o-1I h'af"-"r% r eN "" v it t 1 19 atdMa ,1 2 ft
nv, o s ri,.t iii.pe n o tlt r, oi n s ai +. cu tC l an in s lven t aI-nt IN w S ,' n.o s -i J AVti-i- nouer i s o e fIrs r ,", letn t. Abtob. h: eredto rsion te- ther ,.'I ID. H i .. 1.- .* i-court of common pleas oI..n a. Ior Ihe c u t o{ Wa h-

1Yode l)amsNronordero'Janes eNot he as.,i n tlvh-e bfretesid C a "v eV ^ ,^ lP, ,.r . ", ".'^ i i ff^ l r S "t "f **I--" an onolef D-nil iBpisn. Gnnkhn, nonc isolel hereby g ento sallx ,h creito.so(,A
cate t-n hyla, ~lr leR i vsraa ffnotice is e~dygiven t) l ctltr, "of....eht n in Viee. city at Albauy., oilthe eightb dcay 0 uel i~nt y0- ,etIf sphD. oo-F CIIewsrs I. isovnt dbornt lawiire taeott% ff' I,--. ....... .. a il 1......1 u te(r t h! Cls if21,..:iuy .itin" lrkni ,thllC. I rlri., ,t,

slideur t'" "* P1tv o 'th lit da e". A an sig- eio lo ^ ,^ ,. t. t .. "-, I, ', ?, t,' 'd nsov"' ^ ^ : tboAo l.d .. n .,.. ,,.:b,,., ,.ad ,...ll*. h ..nu ~~rrii, i~r ,i,
.tassignm den t of the saidinsnlvent's estate snhould .........ie,. lo,.'f',.em.prsl nnpruntott-aEette r~t f~. "''' "'' -,11" ris i t4et,- nt U .1 I -a;l hs'1 ............ an's7,tk shul
ra~detor the beneit 6 llb c reditors, a sui hsperson pr.. .e ir. de ti c :- s "ttl dexe ptedrom r..... .I I -,Iprsn ,t+t,.n-L- q ceitran i
ne 'e p ef' lm" imtnIal~olmf1.t .. pu1 rsu"ant to the act'eUascs" 'pass'n Apr0 lT. 189. Dated t 21, 1823 801`6 entid c air et t bo., I'baes"pssdA ri.1..... t la '' c ntte Is ctt boih"o db prolpeem tdfrmi prsn en.prsattotl
eottd'a c o ulh im rzn vtfr h :' ain casess' passed, Apri "t. l 5 r -. 1 7ii r'etincss" asdApiOFis' ktdM y90c.etild'an"ttoaoih"m rsnmn o db n
be e "i ;. atrtecd5. C3 rot'dr /fiat 13nd rr i irt 'rg a tum" -n"" I
"st1oc^, o -- -t tile Hu pry, of'Shawanignk in said cn o u % an>insolvent Maynrt 16,1rrn m6 -le ; for ibe county ,tn i" -
B r.,; ...... ^.., ,, ...,.: ..., ,.,any c ,une, ...&q. I ri-i-5 IF.rr., n,. ,or..o.shewcue .i,

_ -_.- I fo th 'olit (1 debtoi uri to -* s i.-i caus ol e c bi Ii ne b a, ifb tile sadeu t o m nk p asi ar ofHn ry- Van I c, 1A.c.no ie i "- "I i ',, fi, I..,- ,,r lodgei.s it his 11..v in Aubu rn on Co nt of I an in ol en :and* '" '*' '" o r 0 imp ion din., n. notic .is hereb give to a ltr. ci ~ fred i .tors of A s
g a ord. .. .J dicatu r. no, the S-aten o- I Et.. t ,,,r ,.h .... th.....I, .., N. i .j ,, .1ven.to s blorito %hrw as inov n .. ,t shew caus i 11, o .1 ftut1 da o I i n a ten o c ,. i aoy'ho,"I .... 'lhre"le '" d n, ..... ... ll l *" *i "" s '* ^ ^ d" '. I 0l N o.... ....
tinyth~~~~e elshav ebefor e nti t, o aid the -n ed o so t aeSi,, o th be eiofalhscei ln ,i Sad o.., .,,td I n-itno beiebn fto'alhs ,d..1.t.V
....... ... . .. e .,-,, o, ., il a So' lo i ,t" de .' oenu or ianin tb m, i ,,- at e o f -I, v to til actwentitled 1 ,a *ok c '
th .. .. .. "a at o bo ish, TP h &a 7,hya a1819to il ai sovnts :.. ated_^Iy ',o, 1-2;.a76F6 Dated '26 23, 72'I
de tn cerai n casene oes," p ssedA prOIe 61 -1 D ti. Y vi e 9i eub n ,y.Ks- ao at.lli sirr ier Cutau ueor., l torI _, _._ -.-, -_
t'May 5 ."U+ 73n IO l n e titces .hrhongd.-notbe ad, t crh e dintorso f a n~ic'ti -r.- j o1r-er fiei hrb-ie o l h t 1n"-~ 'LI.1 .qfrc ug iih ii i--iRI.,-r-,V ir'I~r t ityof

ach olnl nt at i : .!. i .' ''e el ....q ..lju, "enrlit (.1N ill an I. t (-, It I, I, ', u.. I fi I -I "y al
Tb 1 aeot beatitt1e1; II. I' 1 Ili IIAI GI'....r.

;i,.J n.11- p ts roA% 'i n p.. mrimon oein,arid to all I Ifitl o' 3 1 t (it' tire said insuivent' state should not be made, U, I7Bit'I For'r I.*r l .I l
thae r t cont~te ain ng ac toe abo|]r' l nish v i i,,q -,,n ,., of, .ana tto a u i .,s n .**1r9.,..* c-t f c- 001 i- .i .' n ].i n. .1., .i -'* 3i 1i.1 '" !'LI. M s I.,: Fl
.- o "T F O n t e i e e y g v n t ~ l t e r d t r 3 rt he- benefiter o f' pal sce dtotl r, s a rid ,his ,,I V ,:. ll l- I I i l,. a et

],lay ,t a i o e u i, n 'I f. 1 ., l. I .. order of tCaleb Nich tels. a ii e the court ses.1 passd Aliril 7I 1819. .... .... a,_ .,junior,'Esq.:firs'ojud"eooq tho'
(,o l, [ r *co~imou preasin ano for tie coni ol Cli, ;.,l,. ,reiich, in Said cour e h n I. d l tie C oun y eGUYr in and Jottie county oi elsselaer
1" "" "Iu s iv, i d e b t o r I h a ti lhe y i I "c a1M a r tin-'.

., ~... ,.. ,T_ r. b ..th.. e ,1. ,n tcon s l .. 8r noiice is Io "- i' to 1 hea s di.n B ol ut,: .e n e .% i ._, ill / n s 1h .e, ete. ..,itt o
I,, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ L Ii,,... ,l,, 1,~ ,r. ",I.. i, -~, "' L' i. 1. ". i 1. fill I toso v.ot ,, of 1 ,.- in Said county, tle said ,. .] ..Ij .I ,i.... I.. -tc ?" ." 1 -h.-*** *'in he. Cranda.:ll, o..f, I..,tile.h. .. 11C 1,,h.onfhe Crnd ll o ye i ionToy i tthe omtcorRe s
1ot 3 h St. V l a neNrmo[.. .ctae deo s ll"twherk -n Ini, n,, tr, .. ...t o se w -sed if 1 I "h, 110,b ry, ill tttI .t...... I _. ,, 1.r0 -ns- -tI ,,I,,,I-_,..i,' ,,ps

~. .. n tht dbto ,, ,,h i ,~], .i ,,, d, btor ", to sh w alve, .fn1, -L,,. ..h. ,, .,nsol ent.d.,to,,c o n bocalls
rpH .. OrEii, M, ers., AndL,-, ,aWil n d before n e the Son~ld ck Ins" ,h ,,i',,- te ,
J:" ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ O July next -1Ji,. -,.l -.,, ...."..11 II wI.. "'harof h-af, ;,. .have, beforel ttbeaadvoraihd wu ol'.nntitaahisooto, nithfint dayleuciiyth- r

on ;heWestby landof John Shyt<.r. f I Ju tha (lay %I f, I II -. -- -11, ^ ,at tn c .., I ............ 1.; ."I: .,>, I". I^ .'1,^ ., I; 1,; *,'** **;;* ,**' h.. .* ** r** Iwhya aS"*I adinolvnt' y' ,I3 IN -,-1, :, lTr.,y, illsaid county, no f e1t h y f'u^ a 9
il .[ l l I1.[..T a ..t n .O,'oocl~a d o ckl T i n t e. I ro'. 1U i ..r ...1.,. 1r ,, .i",, ,. m nt o e sI d i s; e1. ,a e on n- the bey' au
er ."I'. ". r, `1 I 1 dio'g nd,."s I.I.. Ioft e ni eo'cock.n ,e ,b,'clrk `1.3 r. lr'li ienIIth

t i. ,r..r.. .,,..,.,O I,,.,,,,, otn0e situ tnnes ,- ,r,, t ,- ..fth, ..,,, eIt-,' ,loold ..,r.. '* of all his or io s
a>v ,t if~. tlI, 1 ,,, .',.t u. h B **'** ,,lh e llt o R "' Al, 7 I| i ", cr d tor ,h ;,.I ...* ". '' .1,.. .. ..i ^ .;, '"t' em t d :o i pisn e t ,.,., ., ,,. .,,,11". l i.,; f |',. m"t" "" l t' **" ".* **.* *" retef,1 h'sc e ior. a d IF .,. .. r .r u n fal irc ,.io s .n ) ,. rc ** h mod f o

e'''* ''' "! ""* '"'"i ** i t its nicn pu s a t o e rt'ttr "20 act to "^ tof*1,rbr nwj.tit .casesip11 *ilp*.'.r- e. "- .1rsuant 1 "tile* nlit, **an*act lto ** *I r *"* r *I rp le .a .to.Elie a.c1.. ,n.1'* t to I'3L til lisame. cassed abolish imprisopn rsm ant iufolidebtFninn-J .an aeat
st, a r na n o" h'" nl'P' I 1'' d n v "* aI~ '~_ at .1e lil Sii u, i sh, .. '_i. edprisonLIt for ebt ,, cel'1.F'- ...ftai cas sea
Ia 0 11190- hT .i ..17.'1.pril,,,,i,.ehAl.,19,.persons, .Our petition, ri do I. -.. In ;. r t e,,, ,.. ...... .. ...I .... I ',. "" 1, -- U0.
Lore, ignor a-i t Of >Ii, names, .,1 f ts r t Ii .les shie o3 A L"E. -rR Yr. f';''r'1-'L0; ..... t -- .o u, ... ..1. .. :-I.., ..., '" ". '" 3 "y
* of' te tars vid1) h.e.. ..... .. sad .a B G- a c. .no tc ..... .. *e .* Eli
,-, ,,, i,.,- can not d ereo, stte an n ?l (t ia ttor, ol llus. I.- ,, .1 .... rI._ ,,, -1 .i,,. sII .......... V.ti U, c s of i' t E. h y .1 '" P of 'i .nl1-sr,,-l.-rie
Iik .... In ber. .v n .Ba....... ... .Ie..sr., I,,,,, Au,,,I ., .1,,,,tIII- I- tH.U I'dt-dbounded out-i(, no,,,,byti,, Vh.ot ; so indto t o mken:pr fbiiI.f.1....,n, k'.
['l, t I.)111mine ,t, lf,:s I tI ,t se.,,,;t 'Af inU. ,d. 8o9. -r"htI'nIIhE o, th- the iore r ,, i >i..,, l" l ,,,"ny ,,'Jdiyu,,,., teone.I ,i,,,tdtn1;d-:,, r,1tr,,-C ,]ic..s ...,h,.,.L,,, rllh ,f (',e

IL Setl IAf. I ;, .I, ,i (;.l store... o... Jacob. .* .*l. 'S* X. Yac'tt e for p. tiin s 'Jno. in~ i fourn.- aed M y nndwes, 1823 imir ol ...... I itAPI -9 i OI. '* I" .' I I" I,- -" .1' 11- I.' .. K ... I .1 v. ,- I ,,' .r- ,;md~ o r en to l i c iors In his |I... noic isheb I .I -Can h
Tor...a1:1 I,,.-.', ,,, I Iin th efor,I ,. ',........: i' ,ri, next. t -.,..D.. co ,,-, Itlt. ,or_ o, ,,e I.:-IL,,v ,.,,, ,

Soil is ".ineetci tile pr mie at ,i ofi e Iien io e an-1, deci ls- I._n .h Ipirc a c h.ch I h l sell a .I -cIt a f t p.i .7, n I3 9 i,, 'yo wilt, eac of you t *oia a, peiin Of Y- 0* -' 1* I" if .I I*.*_* .. .*" I I113. **.*1'.- .'.r ...., ,, ., I.. ., ; /
e-Court or .... I [ .:. .. lL I, c pidI I. I-I c tt11 b elethe ,,,, -t,.f, ,) .- f,,.'EL, plli a,,'O)nh ereb y -- ..... :. ,,,,,,-,If,.. ..j r., ,,' .. b. 1. ***r I, d. I .
e'l-a.y 2, II '.. ..1Augusti,'.u,,nIfil.1.,. .o,.. rpt ,,It'' rs.,,, .. i F tite a i ip
n ~ s o s o r p t- ti t a nd, ,r .. ',a,. ', -")" "IArrfko h ,
cI-1 7 6 F O I A'aL N ,Lo I th e3 Nam esfII I IIhtsn Yrctrtleof Rsubres1 -1 W al w rt Ill, E l ; i. S A ..i, Ira l,,-%i- th..It.at. .
: qt~ n te -ei t o t e p r se s i te r ete u n .. ... o + -i Y ,, .~., ,1~..... A ,hF r .... *,' L-"*''' .... .... ... ... .. till ..... al".r e fclN-0
m -n rt~ion ,,i d itrb d of tit eiu ~ e. "n Y vi:'c ue ,. .. .. ,,, r bav seze ,.,.' d o ta e"'' o, e' %..' r(1-L '" ,z '' .l. .. ,,, .in, ,, ,..r*I, I,,|,,.,I, \ / ,^ .,'n -.,, L: a i fi e i... .|,: :i :; *.

O ill,.- .- c ,,,, ,,,, ,,., -, n. thann t, n t perelor o-at -rd. keI a t rh, :h, ud t id e, : .f er nd ate fcredeitors el T e nl,. I ti,..,rel,* ,.,,. 11 .. .
I II.11 Zr l.C >. r... ,.,le (It ...I. ..i be t ] ,nc*thben..,t, ,ll.2.a J.. 1t,.1,|Ii. nr his"c.e.1 I]
1uus a r Y,. we Iit|tI ... F- -, .. I pa, a lo...... ... tU rer e i d e- 11 t.. [ .. r.-i UItate............ ,,l ,Tr ,GoRT.,ro-t o; Ift,i ;.A .' ..c .1 i,, s1 io 1 Alt .r r oi ,u -9IItLt ,. c ,. .. ,* . n I:t- --- --- ,ifit ,l .| ,Io.;

l ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ., .1.,f I %I, the. 25th.i !da o... ..l.y next, site h Bla orfe of'~ng nowri o. Milaer Et ,le~> sq. fis judge I., -n II I I, r, ,c, ,,,,, ,,; If. ., ,,: %, ,.t' ';" "n";; 7,, ; -. .. ..p.r.,b ...*.i.r .n r
"E: I.. .. -f '" ,,' ".i .-,; "J-c..t..Iteuea,,.etF. r4jl. > 1.. 1. 1 .1T C. .. I..ntI th codeal, t hos fafo i 1) I, oal ,, ie ,,, ,, n ,,- I,- ,, I A I 7 3

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