New-Hampshire patriot
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Title: New-Hampshire patriot
Uniform Title: New-Hampshire patriot (Concord, N.H. 1809)
Alternate title: New Hampshire patriot
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Isaac Hill
Place of Publication: Concord N.H
Creation Date: August 13, 1811
Publication Date: 1809-1819
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Concord (N.H.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Merrimack County (N.H.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New Hampshire -- Merrimack -- Concord
Coordinates: 43.206667 x -71.538056 ( Place of Publication )
Citation/Reference: C.S. Brigham, Early American newspapers
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. no. 1 (Apr. 18, 1809)-new ser. no. 17 (Aug. 8, 1809) ; v. 1, no. 18 (Aug. 15, 1809)-v. 10, no. 39 (Dec. 29, 1818) ; new ser. no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1819)-new ser. no. 4 (Jan. 26, 1819).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for <Jan. 3, 1815>-1819 called also whole no. 299-511.
General Note: Publisher: I. & W.R. Hill, <Apr. 28, 1812>-
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Preceded by: American patriot (Concord, N.H. : 1808)
Succeeded by: New-Hampshire patriot & state gazette

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2:i. 11 OF V OL. III.]

CONCORD, (N. H.) TUESDAY. AUGU:'T 131. 1,:ii.

I. Y 'v'. R. !I LL,
c',..v'.,,!), (.!. .L)
: RACY Altn DtSPcATCr.r
:F .: -:,-' ....
T O those. Farmei-s ho wish to im-
prove their breed of sheep,,the suit
scr'iber gives notice, that lie has sonme
vrn'v fine h ',t b't.'I.lr. Merino Ram-
L .1'" h'li t i. l .i:til for cash or ap-
pro.. i -i*: t. Hle w A'rrants .their sire to
be .' [i. pi,'r. blood, from the flocks of
- the Paul-.r Cor-ec,. i S;.
S" \ i'.'i'L JOHINS)TON.
"T T' ", ll, 1:' have engaged Lambs,
1 r I T .'y ,1, e n g a g e ,ire in -
:.. ...J ..t i rn -' b. t .'*: '.i : :; by.'
thile -ec it' .. we i l i c.tl i',1 r..
i i ', , i. '.'' t' i 1 i l .
B' f '.) LL. Ii' ,, tl:, "- .... 1.. .; .. .. a ,
i.D in the C-drnty c. f i ia l ,. 1 G, Gn
the night of the, ci.- ot-'h of July ins'itnt.
11 f.1Pil-.wing e~c;'.' -s viz. .- 1 -
m -.1 J. li:': .i\ L, Y.BY ,i l .'. JO.1 -
WILLIAM MOLAND, ho were conm-
mitted on criminal prosecutions. A re
ward will be paid to anyperson who will
arrest and commit either or all the above
S t ..t, t 'he same ;. .l--f.r Eastmian,
1: Il .id fifteen dol-:i-us each, and for
Bailley, Johonsaot and Holden ten dollars
B PIERCE, Sheriff
Hillab.rounh. Juni 15,. i181. 30
-.. '. .. ,'tV K t, .% ,
r-, ,.,: ii,, .,,,,,.. ,, ,, ., .. notice to
all those ,v ho:tre indebted to the e~s-
atei of '"THOMAS FO:,-.. laet, of New-

Adjournmn,'t of the Sale of part of
ti'e R EA L !STATE of Jeffe
Ward, dt-ccafed
A ND' will be sold at Public Auction, on
.the Premises, by virtue of a Iicense
frdm thu Justices of the Superior Court,
on .onday, the second day of September
next, at one o'clock in the afternoon, the
HOMESTEAD FARM of the said Jessu
Ward, late of Henniker; deceased ; coam-
prising one hundred acres of fie produc-
live Land. mostly in a good state of culti-
vation, sufficient to keep. a large stock ol
cattle accommodated with a good two
story house, a large barn, a cider-mill
house, and other buildings ; an excellent
-ri ftvI l I,.: orcirard, producing 'about
,ir I. laTt of cider annually ; situateo-
within one mile and an half of the centre
6l thi t,-..,' ,.. not otne fourth of a m-ile
{''rmn I.c' .-''. and Wood's excellent
se r S ,:, '";C raist and Fullig Mills.'
-. acres .1, t I) nt
bero 'fiui.eea iin ,he second range, part
mo,'.ing and part pasturing.. ,
A1', .,t ,l credit will he given for the
greatest part of the.purchase money.
SOuad-a's'fur the Minors of said
Henniker, Jul, 29,1809.
.S'v.>. Aiggons at Auction.
Tn') .Ciosc a constg'nment, will be sold on
the 15th of Augu.T. next, in front of
th'e Court House in 1iXETiER, six Con-
necticut built two horse XWaggons fit for
for ima'ediate use. They will be sold to
the highest bidder, and payments to be
made in eash on delivery.
retetr. JuIl 27. 1811. S'0

Durrhame, looiu.i t :ie, car.ee'sed, that w i
S ..' ,".'' .. ii a.i t t'ie fil ;i t' .t-Jus r c.ce tid at the PATRIOT .0 "'
,i..,' .t. .'-, i .. i .id New D& r. FICi', a fresh supply ,of that invaluable
'. .., .n it..- n ..I A gus, 23d dayi Medicine, -
e{ e-ptenmber,- ant 23:1 da'r- of October ROGERS'
n2ext, fro-n one to ive o'clock ihi the after- Vegetable Pulmonii Detergent.
noot, in- order to receive tHe payments -yThe beieftciuai effect this Medicine
o,. to said estntee. 'This is thie last call 'lsI h;ad irn restoring to health persons ap-
'eI one :I .- .i 1- ca.l the dtelin parently" on the verge of Ithe grave, is'
*.r.nt, t. LJ.... ,t .m.I when we meet placed beyond a doubt. That the obsti
th'ema w.e shal be able to say, we hav.'e micy of aconsiumpti'l will alwavs'vihl to-
called aed you barverefused." ihe power of nrdicine, is not pretended ;
SJOSl'tPH BOOD)ETY. trut that the above Medicine has prtfurou
JOHN CANNEY, JUN. ed ...,JF r... as well in that disorir as htl
S. '2.'. i:.. to Thpu o-S'Fosa' the most obduraTie cases of Ashnitma, is
S r last-:142, '18t. proved by the testimony ot respec'.able
Y:New-Durham,'Jul' 12,18i. 3m20 witnesses who have experienced its be-
O 1 i ^. i 'uiignea efect.
iIEPE.,-. the snbscrier, on th. .New-York, Ja.n; 1, 1810,
1 *'e Deceii mbe, Anno Few men in the c... nr.t,,.iv have a
t,, ,.' 18.10--,,-n, of and, ,:r contempt for srums general
Lt 1.i i i, ... ..' i: :.1 of threeand ,.r : P! t, t M .,.i-ne., and catch
l ndred and thirty-two dollar. alid sixty eenny, with me have been synoinimous.
cents,re awhnd tichirtyt was obtand aby dr p- I m onnstr ined, however, to relii
tion and fats, l, amd fot which obtained by cri q sh these sentiments in respect to Dr.
tion and ira~udl, and tor which the subscri "get s's V getablee Dtergent, \he effects
ber has never received of the said Wil- af whch table recergcnt witnessed. A
ham nany comiensatioh: Thi' is is therefore or. ung ldf ici have recmily, by wi ess. pa
to caution 'd persons sgailst porchasii-,g ners I a .ireaiso l, to believe i effectual..
said note, as I am determined not to pali ers. I h rt ai to believe is ctl-
the sarte. JOHN DURGIN. i' cured of ac ;ai'ni)g Pnlincric com-
Sandbnton, July 27. 1 plaint, whiich in all its symptoms gaCaev-
n toJul7. 1 30 ience of au. immediate consumption. I

BOOKS, communicate this with a view, of useful-
F'OR ,8ALA '- T THE PATRIOT- ness, and sincerely hope that suth pi'r-
0 ".' O ICE. sons as hayve l' tIpliunts similar to the
UMr of 1,- n.1, coatin- a e, ill make a trial of the medicine.
... ued by SmoMet an-i others, 12 vol- GitG.I '.f LEF,, o 22, Fer,' -street
umes; Hero's Junia, 2 olus, 2 s, e!e- Conit, Rve and Flax.
gant t Piutarca's Lives, 7 volumes; Gut- OR asle at tie Sore of tha Subscrib.
thrne's Geograpty, a e. anid improv.:A -er, a quantity of CORN, RYE and
edition, 2 volumrnie; A'liams's Philosoplhy, FtAX.. JOHN WEST, JUN.
'4 volumes ; Siellie's Pliliosophy ; La- (',H,,r W'. ,d- 27, 1811. 30
L~ ~c .,'c .. ; :* Ila -trlin ,u gTL' I -i f *P .-

Sasihington ; iontparts's Camnpaignts is
Italy; Davidson's Virgtl; Ais;wormtn's
Latino Diction-v.y ; JI-.'h-.:'s Englsih Dic-
tionar, &c. &c.
since 1805-a fw copies.
;.dlo, WRITING PAPER, by the ream
or quire. July 23, 1811.

dus tb flubishsed awil fr valei at the I'AT-
R? IO T- 0 FF'CE---byj Char/les Tap/ran
Portsrmouth-C, Nqorri, tind Ce; jcx:s
I ter-J Hinds, H .anover-l,. ..!;,,-
bury, Ha-verhill, AI. -P.- WN n B. Allen,
Havev'iei'l, Alas.--i. Long. jun. ItBoi
kito.n. 'c. /rice 25 cents-
T -,HE PUBLC LAW, of New-Hamp-
shire, p;ssedai .lue Session, 1811.
[Those who may .purchase the volume
containing the Public Laws sintes 1805,
shall be entit!ad to one o '-these pain-
.p lets for the addition-al sumt of twelve
and a half cents.]

alsoju., -. '..! a1.-d for sale at tic'
Patr.. -. :d by the several Post-
riders, Pfice 12 1-2 cents,
An ORATIO.N. 0- ...-I ..l 1"Irre the
2.,.. ; -, .., ..; o:.,: r ., .1 th e
.,," ,' .h i l ,. jul, 4. l '.l. By
Kti 1;l L G. I NIASlN ,.
A FARM ssitna.te, in Ilopkinton,
.-. one and a half miles from the meet.
ing-house, on the corner of three roads-
leading to Warner and lHenniker. It con-
Caiis one hundred acres of excellent land,
..'t .Ll p.oportioned into knowing, pas,
*: 1i, i!i..i.; and woodland. The build-
Jmgs are, a twostory house, 42 feet b, 30
-a barn, 46 by 28-shetd. &s. The
%watoie or a part of the above farm, with
thie-.buildings, orchard, Sec. ill be dispos-
ad of, to suit the purchase,-. For further-
iiforivaation, erqaire cf the subscrIber on
-ths premisc.s.

J customers, whose accor'ts are uon-
su t-d. that he will attend to settling with
them on S- turdays the 3d and 10th days
qf August inext. at hiis Store in Corcord.
He h oes that none will refuse this friend-
ly invitation to call on those datvs.
Concnrd, J.,!y 29. 1811. 30

HE Stbckholders of the Concord
Bank are herebt) notified, that their
-mianul, meeting for the tpurpoe of choose
ing Direc ors for the ensuing year, will be
hlolden in the Hall over the Bank on Mon,
day the seconwl day of September next, at
oneo'cloak, P. M.
Bly orler of the Dhrectors,
Concord, Aug. 5,.1811. 31
'I.E Stockholders in the Concord Bank,
are hereay notified, that their Annual
Meeting will be holder. in the Hall over
the liank on Monday, the second d(iy or'
September next, at 10 'o'clock. A. M, for
the election of a board of Directors for
the en suing year, and to transact any oth-
er business that may legally come before
them- ,
By oirdIer of the Directors,
Concord, August 6, 1511, 31

Ten Dollars Reward,
R AN away from the subscriber on the
L .. it ..mi,. of July instant, a servant
Boy, about seventeen years of age, by the
name of AMOS HUTCHINS, of light'
complexion; whoever will return sali
boy shall have Ten Dollars reward, btft
nocharges paid: And I forbid all persons
harb'l-nmg or trust':ig him on my account.
as I ain determziined not to pay any debt of

his contr'cting.


T'HE Subscriber offers fors .;, toe r-
1 TirlS a '.r,;e bl cf IL.. .-. ,,e. FOR THE iH, PATRIOT,
a r t. \ ,'' Lu .r. C ...'.. l GAp- l
polacon and-,Vapp:,Iur,..: Crc..'?). in teI TO TiTHE HOINOlABLE
Townships t0 ri' .,c- *',*., ,...' and; JO W TI.YL1OR GOILMANI
Orwell, Cout ..I .-.lnir,, (latey a No. III.
part rf Li'.-. (. I :.. I ,.nJ .itate -bf SINCE you have taken such ligh
P':nn-') I'-n r, 'I{t timber i, p in-i_ i, ground" in the Legislature, I find that the
Beech, mixed with Sugar ;&a api, t'- 1,)emocrats are endeavoring to review
lock, Ash, Birch,I Basswood, (l.. your ofiicial conduct, while Chief Execu-
Cherry and WhitePine. The.soilis oi a tire Magistrate,-in order, undoubtedly,
Ltry good quality, and the country re t render useless your future exertions,
roa-rkably healthy and well ,,. ; and to blast the fair prospects which we?
There are several mills built, I. .r:t'*' a ..t t er iAces to our ;. iny.
Offices established,- a" d a rc..-. ,', C* .ii r st ii t', I and soilliberial as
settlement formed, which is t,, ,, ,.. i. :, c.. t ,t, i' 'ce..I e the execrations (.r
.i,. The i,cat ; 't genuine fed!eralists. Where a man
C.t, i pca; on the his reputation have gone down"'to-
S.-Iii-t.,nt is./,1cLarlon theheI-1'bL
iti thu i' r,-'. It isabotr .u Li ". L tle n 'oul .l-iIk that they ought
L.- c. t.' N ew-Y: I,rk, L.. i. i -. b,.;t, t:- p.rIIitcd i... remain i q,,i t- ,
100 ftrom Pn' hi la'tlphia .. .id i !, '- nes,' I l.t i they sa ,Ihirl tI f.elit,my IlhIt
artfaid, in the Pita c .: t, tinf'rn ".''uof it, that if you had remain-
tuainpiekv is -w .,, j :t "h e,' pe aceable;
New-York, which ,-:ri.r twenty miles I I I 1 Ii .-i ..-.n0 dud again to
through this irict :.a L ...i ac A' p..- step forward the champion of oar party,
edl at the 1'st s.:. X i, ... i:- L, rg -i' ,' ..i thhet pretend to fetl i' t-Ifi..:i in noticing
Peimsylvaniaaoi .n-:;ti, toa V'. nii .', re i what they call a fe'-, 4, c$our luibi-s and a
on the way to PLl.a .I ., ,,h c W fWof your prejudices.
twelve miles ith-,u ir, Tl,,. '- L....I Of late I white I-ti .1 lofajnother ridic'u-
hanna river af.ards .an asy conveyance lous accusation which hab, been brought up
of produce to Philadelphia and Baltimie. against vyou by the Free- will Baptists-
The.purchaser is sufrd to take h but as they are nearly all Democrami, II
choice of .prhall the land unsettled Te heartily concur with you in opinion, that
choice ofis three dollars eacree t fr it is not worth the rahile to take any no-
pie is threedollars p acre, except for twice of them." They pretend that in the
dollars per acre. At the end of tre year 18Q04, a large number of their order
dollars pe-ae. t then of. thre from different parts of the State, assern-
vearsone fifth partisatobe p.id, and one bled at Canterbury, in trder to devise
fifth anitually afterwards..The first three mans to have their Society placed upon
ears ..hout interest. For fur.er par- equally 1,-.:ul grounds with other religious
ucu.lrs, esquire of the subscriber at the dencminatioris in this State, as they had
'ie ake, on th premises, e.the.town- before that time been disregarded by ,our
ship of Bridgewater. 1 miles Irom Bing- Judicial Courts-that they then resolv-
hamton, or Clhenalgo Point in the Stawle ed tpetitoin the Legislature for an act of
S -o and th se dance incorporati:o, and appointed agant. to at-
from the 'eGreat Bond of the Susquehanna tend the General Court- for that purpose
ii er.i .L-,, .,ra 1 -'C. ... -th t'i..- gi1, did attend, and present
_U 'Ll'. 1 fi t-ROSE. their petition, which was referred to a
y, 1h .a h large and respectable committee, who, af-
We, the. subscribers, have purchased ter mature deliberation and reflection, rc-
riars on the lands of ROBERT II. 1Rosit. porteal t:eo ... li inm; Resolve, to wit: .
The soilis, in getrmal, of a good quality, R. .1,i j, 'Iht, the -people of this
1. ;p and lasting ;. and the situation very < Si I, ,,,i o known by the name of
favorable on account of a ma'ket for our nrodnue. and Society shall be considered as a dis
D Gaige,New-York B.7.n3 hir, N.York tinct religious denomination, with all the
I'eter Soule, do Caleb Bush, do 'privileges assuch agreeable to the Con-.
t halarls\VWoo'ster,do Asa Baildwin do stftutian."
*lpheis Finch, do Saniauel Baldwin, do And they, as well as our Statute book
Isaac I'I,' ,.rJ, do J. B. Grover, do. [page 393] say that this Rtesolve passed
Mort, G.ige, do Pwhii .1! m,',. (o d the House of Representatives the 7th, andi
Anraham Gaige, do J AJ.pla i ,anis, dip the senate the 8th .of Decemb'er, 1804.
.luoscph \liipple, do David Thomnias, do and was presented to th. Governor on lthe
Paul Griglth, do i'(-,,.' .- Citrr, do latter day," aund tat.it was never afl-I
"1.1 ut ts, do Davidk! i ,.- ,iu.u, do ft'oved or di sapprlved by you, or re-I
Charles'l ttDavi, do lirshs ,i.i.i do tiurned'withyvui'0ol,'.cii,.i.,s, iCutwitnll rid
C hristi.Aitn .hillop.do W illi'0am Carr. do i'g the ,rvgislatUmi .. 1 I J.. urnitd ul..
Natil 15rc-v.iscr, do l-:ei i'ui i-r, 'o-i, n i, t.i e U iv 4-.i day of thi sa: m on, th.
J'-hn Griffis, A. Birthard, do Various i.,.i., ctp .' have arisen respcc.
J.oseph JElswoawr'o Dm0I)A .,en, do ting your v'ry cx',traordinaiy con.dukc,-
Jm .I 1 .. .' do Jtricniahl Glo er 0do neither approving, ir returnitng.W,'t'i,- r
l,f. / ,I A li,.do Albert Caimp, do objections the aboveentie ol
James ayiye, dio Toimtas Scott, do Somne prIetend to t-hrkIt al 'y.cyu consider 7
Jacob Humr', do DIaniul HeInan, do ed the Free t ill Baiptists "afoetr destis
George' lhumjip, do \Villham Heman, do ed rcmniany," and beneath your notice
Samuel CaIrma' do Eben. Coburn, do -dthers, that yoa did Inot fuel willing to
John Lidheor, do IH' P C, ii, do h'-Xe them placed upon e(qtul stamndingf
Williamr Price, do ( '.. i.ia.i Raiint,do with ether Rtligious denominations- but
Lark Moor'e, do D. Tavlor, do as their numbers were large, you did inot
Bela Alnore, do Lea.WV.itoi :ge, do '"visi to offend them, and thereby lose
Adam Carman, do Lemai' T .-il, do their influ-ence and their support in the
SolomonCarman,do Kainfi.-ld Scone,, do elections; and as you could not in con-
Jacob Carman, do I' ... Bost ick, du science-approve ofthe resolve,you thought
J. G. HuylIr, do S. Bradshaw, do to lay the thing aside in silence, was your
Sylv. K. Cole, .do Billings Bahbcock,do most prudenti.course. Another class of
Joaeph Addisoi,, do ZonasBliss, do. people soppcse that your conduct may
Charles Chalker,do J. Tayler, Vermont be accounted for in this way-that you
Daniel Chalker, do J. C. Sherman, do are averse to having any denomination of
.imeon Cook, do Reuben Fax= do Christians -tolerated, or ministers ecmmour-
Scott Baldwin, do J. VW. Cuthbht, do aged, excepting the regular standing or-
i'ichard Daniels, do Edward Cox: do der of the Clergy, and those. who attend
Zenas Briant, do WLi.MAsher,Main, upon their ministrations. -
Eph'm' Ftucher, do L Dean, N. Je sey To all these conjectures, I have endeav.-
From VERMONT or NLEW-ii MP- tred to gire this class of People satisfacto-
,-MIIRE, the route .sill be by Albany or r reasons why they should tdo not as you
Schenectadv-D1)aanesburg.h-Colreski, !id with their humble request, neither ap-
chenevas' Creek-Jerich o and Chenian prove n,r disapprove., but that they should
co Point. anequiuivoc.lly disapprove of ei-ry otbjec-
7'F Those industrious an,-1 e.-,tr--,"ri;,.-1 ion that has been raised against you. As
v hoig men, o-men having .. .. other first, that you considered them .a
in New-Hli mpshire, who would make. poor despised company and beneath your
themnselves independent by :.1. .._ ,notice, I have told them that they were
e,.celltnt land on the above li.oit.. ntiraly under' a mistake, for that you
. orable conditions, will apply to thle (, considered the State as one great family,
ior of the V. H Patriot, agent foriRobert xnd you the father of us all-that you comn-
* l R"se. fi fuirtheri fiin.ation. sidered it your duty as well as your pleas-
tire to provide for and protect all, espec-
.i *,v;. ":.rn sn ,SCiitr, in, ilally the weaker branches"-that a
son.. JOSEPH E. YOUNG, .bu(wt more favor;:ile opportunity nuver could
S ', eineen years old, All persons a-re fa- habve presented it.silf lor you to have .dis-
bid harboring or trusting 1.iin ..n imy a played y.rnr paternal benevolence, to a
count, as 1 am determined to pay no debts large number of your household, as they
-f his contracting. hlud then just been bort.e down by the cru-
DAVID) YOUNG. el hand of the oppressor ; and their natu-
,'T.-I :., t .,,, (,. P 11 .1 31 ral and unalienablie rights disregarded by
tlie pretendedexpositors of the, law. As
i.-i., ,N ,U ICiC to the second, that you did not wish to of
.-HE bubsucrber here) informs the fend them andthereby lose their inftiuenice
iL Public, that he has lost a NOTE of 1 told them you ought not to regard them(
hand, signed by Caleb Keit.h of Went- in the least-that.you could not have act-
.v'arth, for 8 40, bearing date sometime in edr from such a motive, for it would be al-
'he month of April or May, A.D. 1808I together beneath the dignity of a Chief
and is the only note I ever held against M.i A-ti aLe to conduct in such a manner-
s-.id Keith., These are, therefore., toa for- iith i iIcir requrast hitd been reasonable,
ind all persons purchasing or calling on you would no'oly have granted it; and if
lid Keith for the contents of said Note- unreasonable, that you weo;ld,with open-
r I hereby acknot, ledge ihit I' received ness, with firmness, with independence,
nm p, in full in less than thirty, .,- :i-. ut yet with candor, refused it, and as-
ter said Note was given. Witness,' signed the reasons for so doing. But as to
BENJAMIN ROWELL. the third, *" that you wi>h to support
Haverhill;Jahl 19, 1811. 31 none bnt the regular standing Clergy," ]
r? have told them that was the poorest rea-
kFantica o Hire i/.',,c :.':.,-'y, son of all-for I never heard before that
a i'VALV'i good H.' xNDS to work on you wereaccucsed of supporting atny Cier-
Bow Canal, for whose wages cash gymei at all--'not even in yourt ownI par-
'.ill be paid. ish. Both of yoir mirnisters which you
Apply to JOHN CARTER, Esq. at have differed a ith, the one who has been
said Canal, ,uj ert 6, 18i1. distgiisd, and th, q.e that yt'u I t si

long tried to turn away, 1 believecan bears
testimtony,-that you are not often guilty o.
supporting-1.: cy ; so that I things,
this, as well as toe other objections theyi
raise against you, falls -to0 the ground.

0'It T S N. H. PATIOT -

Colibrook, H. July 1, 811,
ON the eveniMig of thle 29th ult, as Mr.
WILLIAM M'ALLIS'TrR, a rU'paci.'le
citizen of this town, 'was returning from a
neighbor's house,'not far distant from his
own, he was met by a young man, a I1sen
neighbor, and without previous notice ost
.e i ,t-t.tlii.n of ai hostile intention in tha"
you!'- 1IiA.m Ir'i:eei'ed a I..W.' fT.: 1, I.. ro ea
his :icial. whli.h b ..u -L.thim i imi.i iv tt)
the i -rnp.l ar,-.l ...: a lhrt iiunir de i'e rl'i
l rn l .rf n'4cs.I. t I 'lh c i c tilm ..! hn1
'i. ...i e Ie lie.indl hinim clf i'ru ., lin, niii'c'
thee aum,1 1 Ill I 1ii i 1 i-o ,' ,-.. li
blow. i ,,.' Lt 1,..1 1,:?. M Ml'Al -
lister, balie'.".i.g the yon .i-.ta .?' 'rv.de "
tol deprivehim ofi Is9 lii'e, exe:.-i.ti all .hi
M r.ll,.h i.f I. ,7IV t., 0'. i arit hi.'I : and,
is itreingtl, ..1 lungs in the cry of mur-
tier. EI-s shrtiek 'soon alarmed thd- ii-, -.
bi rs,,anid l tr imndcJr -. l C'. ei :>.cit '
different q'i iit 'n iiti'ey arrit Jd,
they found Mr. M'Allis,:r literally wel-'
teri'ng in his blood. It i, ui.,p,-icd that'
b'y the running of horses acroa a bliilge
near the sceoie of this foul de'-.) te vou1t,
mania was 1"Im -,, C..ikpllcd L .ti dl ,L
from the ciriompleiioni ,-,f irs pumrp, e :and,'
fled to the woods. M'Allister was imme-r
diat"ly taken up, and conveyed to his diszi
tressed family, mangled and bruised in at
shlockitig manner,
This transaction, considered as the act',
of a rash, inconsiderate individual, how-
ever reprehensible in itself, may be of
but little iiterust or concern to the pub-,
lic in general, as rimes of such a nature
'(though periraps.of less a ,ili!;-. ) ar@
frequently committed, and as the .law%
makes amole prmoision for their puni'h-'
ment and for redressing the injuries sins-
tained by individuals in censequence.
thereof. But, considered .s atn act con-'
nived at, if not applauded by many of tha
inhabitants of the town, and committed iha
furtherance of a settled plan ofecclesias-
tical aud political intolerance, oppres-
sion and persecution, adopted and pursue'i
ed aganast a respectable minority, by a'
conlmbination df men united undc.i autih,-
ity of law, incorporated and et L'.li-.ti.er
by its tenor, and privileged by its provis-
ions-1 say, considering it in this point of
view, it is of serious concern to every citi-4
zen of the State, as each may in turn be4-
come the victim, if such laws are uoa'cr.-
ed toremnainin force.
.''i"-co2-. 2 '
w-a'ing heretofore stated some oft thi'e
i'arcuoisttinccr of an attack on the person
AfAii'm M'Allister of this town, ardt
a finig signified that it was raide-=n fur-'
therqnce of a sctled plan of persecution'
Trnist a reputable minor-
ita uI T- if l,'m- p.mtn under authority cE
law, it becomes i.ecessary to give sortE
further explanation on this subject ; for if
lawsdoexist thlt can, under any pietence
whatever, be made an instrument, ii the
hands of wicked men, to encourage or
sanction abuses, it becomes the duty of'
every member of society to inquire inta
the expdi':ncy an.d' necessity ofsuchlaws,
compare the benefits resulting from them
with the evils they introduce and which,'
flow in their train ; and if the latter do- /
far exceed the former botix in number awnl/
magnitude, the good of society imperious.(
ly demands their abolition.
To promote this enquiry, and to exhibit
to view some of the evils occasioned 'by
the lw, complained of, it cannot ne im.u-
proper to present the following brief'
statement of facts :-
The inhabitants of this town lived ii.
uninterrupted harmony and concord and.
iucre-ased in wealth and respectabilit.,unx
iil about two years ago,when a young man,
until about that time a Methodial preach-
er of considerable note, succeeded in cpn-
vincing a majority of us that he had a
call from GoD to settle and preach a-
mongst us the G(ospel of Christ accord-.
ing to the Congi-egational establishmefitf
A considerable number of the inhabitants?
opposed his settlement, sorre on account-
of the inability of the town'-others hacd
objections to his 'character. and ethers be-,
caiuse they conscienti-'usly entertainedl
different religious sentiments, The mi-
nority made every honorable effort ta
prevent his settlement in any way thala
should render them liable to be taxed for
his support. They were in the tni-gativo
in all the votes taken upon the subject;,
and after the Rinal vote was taken ancd
carried, to prevent any mistake or eavik
in future, they caused their protest op'i
dissent to be entered on the ratcords .of
ihe town., He was, however, soon ordain.-
ed, and from that trne to the present
there has appeared on one side an intolie-
rant and persecuting spirit, and on thel
other, a cool, determined resolution to re4
sist All social intercourse and d'or-estics
harmony between the parties seems tobet
-estroyed, and charity, that brightest of
Christian virtues,has now scarcely a rea4
idence among us. And they have turt$'
ed," as Iishop Hoadley expresses him4
self when speaking ofthisintolerant spir4
it amorng Christian sects, '" to biting an<
devouring, hatiug and condemning eacth
other, and are nmore anxious aboutsome
insignificant cor-cnmny, than about thai
truly more weighty matters of the lag
justiee, a'rcy end the love af Ged'."
'ut4r ry --..

[No, 12,a.

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Ills otltractl..'tE.

Warrantshave been issued ;y th-'. se- ,: Ir. THE EBAtTICXE wIe. ,lt.j. 't view, and :. ii t.I m ,I .s' .-, r. : t.": :,--., a l3 i. t'i:-,t. Ti.cy ;r,cr;.c ai tx--i hae no .want of a"y
lectmen for the collection of the first :. do i feel disgust at the Bobadil contain 'the. :... ,,1 ,; i.:,,-..n:r :'. e au!,,-:,ti.on n:1, in posts."
year's salary, and property of five of the BRITISHi VICTORIES-Exldained. accounts presented to our view by the highestt importanaceBonapaite's .Lech *' he s;i,. 'Lc,-. terminated, his maj-.
dissenters(someof whomthaveebeen reg- Weare indebted to an esteemed corres- commanders of the British army. Let unp Thelegishatiyebody. estyr^ ,i.dret-r .; u.:., .r
ltr members of other churches and re- :.e.: ,,;-s contain also an account -
ligious societies for more than twenty pondent, of illit.; v talents for the fol- us eriLe iiido this fact : Massena wit of the opening of the National Council. Leters from Stt Petersbug to the 2d.
years) has been restrained to the amount lowing summary illustrations of Brit- an army literally dying with-famine, e- PARIS, IUN 16. inst. and from Gottenburgh to the 16th,
in the whole of not less than SIXTY ish, misrepresentations.- This lucid fects a wonderful retreat over a depopu- Speech of Blonapiarte to the Legislative state, with great c~.fi.k'ierc. th;t all m1e1-
DOLL \IS-3, and sold at'auction, so as to 'review willbe read with satisfaction by lasted, ruined, n',,-t Oitrs tract ofcoun- .. .. ters in dispute': .ttI t.. u .i .u France
pay onthe .. .c clusive of cost about those who perused without interest try ; at its extreme verge he.leaves a This day, the .ti, he Emperor pro- have been finally adjusted. It is added
ten dlltars Suits have been brought to the British official accounts, perplexed small garrison, with scarcely any provi- needed from the palace of the Thuilleries,, that, in this arrangement, Russia has',
recover hbck this property. M'Allister and tedious as they were, ofoperations sion, in Almeida. He is closely pursu- in great state, to the palaceof the Legis- r .I i one-pcint abonc which she was ex-
i: a n ird l u e n .i II m ana n nin -.rdg th e d is s e n te r s t i e y w e r e ,. o p e r a tiO n s c l o s e l y p u r.u -
i h.. in rouen. erl an -.r. destrain- in Portugal. d by .- blh-lf..d army, abounding in ev lativebody. Discharges of artillery an- Itremely I tI.C -l ] :. a rI rr in,.,
n- ropert n destrain- bounced his departure from the Thuille- to import .a certain quantity I. EIt,:.I
s.i, "n.a I n.:l.ad a uit th.:r, pending. The The battles, or more properly speak- try n.-ce.s.ry of life, flushed with the ries, and his arrival at the, palace of thl me-chandize commensurate with the ce-
father-of the young mta wlho columitte- ing, boasted victories of the presefit day, most high r i.-j ht ideas of superiority_. ,.. cesities oil r
the-outrage has:seen extremely cffi::o-.s differ in-their consequences from tl-,:o.e l cfnimlrs and strength. Arriving -t fit, .r.-. Queen ortense, Prin- It was I .L .ii ..cr'..r-a, that
in s,.'linr th ranir,'si.r, and in forcing a we read of in ancient history. The el-'T ll fron:i rs of Portugal, however, tl-, r,- '-..r.,e, tie (raid D I .o of Wur- peace with Turkey .'l l'A.n i'rir actu-
colletion of the taxes indiscriminately, fects of a battle gained by an Alexander, pursuers pause-iistead of chasing a trntur, .aid i, :-.,i..i Duke of Frank- ally signed, or was on the eve of being so
The court before which.these causes were a JuliU CXsar, or any other hero of an- beaten, a dispirited, a starved, almost an- fort, were in one Ti iom-, the corps.li:;0-
expected to have receivedd their final ad- tiquity, was the pursuit of the d .f:.,tdJ n,il,,l;:ed enemy into Spain, following up ,I.;-,ic in another Tribune ; t; -;.,- JUNE 18-Fort Olivia, in C-.tal.,,;
, t,. ,ln er trhi u 1n r,-.. 1 tFreeo arm y, and the co. *eue-t of cities armd ti -ir suc:. s c ., to tbche : s f M t convoked for the :.- ci -.r,.I the oma rI 'o t .I. rin the _', i ,.,v ; and
t,,s ,- 'n.r thidno.. ..y a et ha? Coett the kingdoms. Nay. *f te tlrn to i, al..t to they do? Content them- anddeputiesof thc ut, .,t,. i .. ,., ,-.i .i..i: .,.,,-T. The Spanish garri-
sat the kingdom .ns.- Na)tei f %%eIh thatotheIll bS eed to be present at the baptism of the i-, in tarrraya made several sorties to
f,,.ii- ...,_-, .,.,n ;tii -t, -...ie weigh- modern times, and follow the victories s.evic iii, besieging Almerda,- where king of Rome, were on benches. ',.-..I an kretae it, but without effect
ing about three p -,noil i'AlIhster and ofa Marihorough, an ,Eugene, a Freder- 2 or 3000 half starved eicrhi have taken .jis mijestv placed himself on his ThleFien :.,a..r, *- ',-. was kii..
i-,. .-,, -p, .ac i. betle, c it a I-rei. ick, or a 1:nap.:rte, we shall find the shelter. W ell, what is the mighty con- throne; The' iner of W ,-"I t ii! the I'. t .'.... Lh A .\
i, 'tr,,-r.u,pu t l.il,:; Ir.; I ir., or to. man- same consequences that attended the sequence of these great military opera- princes grand .ji.iiii .I.. grand eagles of A ..l :1 l, ih as been ;.::atcd from
gle and maim him in such amianner as to steps of Juliuta Cxesr, namely the imme- tins ? Massena after a few days rest, the legion of honor, occupied their accus- Marshal Seult, giving an r.-'..ut of it..:
reader his attendanceat court rp..,l-'1:.- diate conquest of large tracts ofcountry, finding himself no longer pursued, is tomed placesabout his majesty, prince great battle of Aibue'ra. it .i.nly.l8,-
ire more charitable and probable opin- the surrender of fortified places, and in unwilling that the few defenders ofAl- rome Napoleon on his right. L I.', -tii i .,t.,.l .,., tv.*i i'.r.ht,b,,p.:.n-
ian, ho wev er', I,, Iit It was not p After the new m em bears had been pre- ,h i o .u .ie r rieA-h'' a lllni i I
i, hover, ,'r the respectable cities, many instances '.lte dethronement of meida should be lost ; le theri. [,,i turns s After the new members had been pre- r h ,iil I, li u- -.. ,- (ro- I ,th t, I I
i 1 .-,' .r the resp cable citizens, sented and taken their oaths, theemperor i.,, i.- -s.it -. .. -- '. -.,l.,,l ',-r
,-. a number of them have already inani- monarchs. But what parallel .between upon his pursuers, attacks them, fights made the f-olowinr -ee" :-- ._ ,,.j: i- 1 cr.. federates lest 9000.
listed ina tron" terms their .';isi p' ,.-L- these and British victories ? Lock at the therm a whole day ; the garrison of Al- Gem .. ,,,.., : : 'v.-.-,.: :.,.;e.*,... I :..- I., a.: 9:,.. as l.a,. G3. ,, :,,.
tion of the ,-t_.- bui that it did Ii Ipt ., in London G -tte :ic .vm r (.'ii fl-.iilci .,i.- n -ila d, liheriat, b blow up th'e works, ..- ... ;,.,.. i, ',,. 0 v...'i 1,-; i.'i .' r i 't. .~-- ii
tconsequence 9f the religious, os r i *t' ,ed since n 1793, uniddded by the invincible cut I:'i vr. .y tIhri.ui the British, army The pt.1',.::- Li'.l.'I-: t,'b t;e -:h,- he should manionvrel tojoin other corps.,
irreligious quarrel '1 onr..' .-:.ts; there navy of l-i.j al, and you will find in al- j, in I'.. r ;encti ., and then the whole re- peror of 'i, t.;i .-. I'.:, ,,n : :,i..? and then complete the defeat of the allies.
can be no dotabt. T I.,- yI..it r toubtedly mast every instance a glorious victory tire without any step being taken to ob- by the happy ,'i ... :c have contracted; --
considered his father's enemy his enemy., t.,. .. ,. an ; ..:oivo warfare, or a re- struct iin retreat. Thus ended the the birth of the king of Rome rn-t *. il',-.,I : -. /fr !'
an d him w h o u C .1- .: ... .'0 u ts i: ].t '1m y wib..s, andIsatarfaee ,@o r ..re ,,u tJ-,n e1 .eCltp t.u1 ,eddhte,'
hane hiu ort of a minister.' as.t-e enem treat, both ,..- th consequences of a battleofAlmeida: the English claim a my wishes, and satisfies ny p.. ic ., JUN aE21i-Capt. .. s;ii ,' account
Glod, and consequentlyof rthe whole hu- death glorious victory, and the French accom tr. e T he cl. e ent e act ionVith te Pre ident, is
.Inan family ; and as politics had t, i.i- .How did tI,. duke of York's various plush the only objects they had in 1-Lw, often mixed in and sacrificed to the inter- erable .r, t, nt in :. i i,. o
pressed into the service of the church in vtctories e ri nitt,- l After -.-. iri'i i t ,,f '..lii: i =,. tili,,i comrades and re, eatsj fa stite of the .1 order. If l. l :...,,1 ,1 '~ .. ,1 1 \ i 1- ~If
this case, and M'Allister a r-p P-i'...i, .it them fr. ti, the world in the most pomp- .il i: in safety. of Europe has.separated from the church it shall tobe 'a i,, we have reasois
is not iapr.-,,h o i,, that the young mans.ex- ous L.i',c ,., 1;'lling thousands of the But let us examine the operations on of Rome, we may attribute it specially to to suppose it v:iil be, can be little
pected uHe approbation a:,.-i ..I,.ri of, hs enemy, .t .i, 'I.g them from the fields the southern side of Portugal and mark the :.,.i- iii,.. i i.ia..1 is never-,ceased doubt as to the measure we :.,ill .iL-..t
party. o 'l. I, .1; .r i'.: arild n I,. 1.:. tl.. l ,..' *, .''.* r..- ..,-.,ar l.h r: boasted lI to exist between the truths and the urin- -,.'1 .: tr '' mr.i,r
a .-law wh cis considered : ious tW,,,, ,,i is -.:ry ([ irnichi iib,-. e -r'.T, 'y,r.:|a, :ly, ,i't of Albuhera. '-f;A"- -la: r-ligion with belong I ,,' .... i -., ._--' r .,,-, and ia
Article 6- tOim ii of Rights. ti '. : h almost say invariably,) to retrogi. -' 10 i ,..- having retreated o the north- whole universe, and the pretensions ard has .bcn asid, that the American Govern-
Sicleof. a more convenient position, till a- 1.., th ., a .. 1,,. southern is left open, and at interests which regarded omly a very small meat are i ...... us the conduct of
t-s derlirrHo i-t.th,.Fif th.Ar it 1,ons eois... (... I ,ai.a.,Aii in that a,:.
*,::..., ~n-.i. ,1,I r,,,, a natural and un- .they made a disraceful retreat r ii trI, ,h, htr. l f rnumerous army D r --.id '1 have putan cnd tothis scandal for-- The the fistbrad-side wa
,,,,I. .. to ...... ,,p'U-od according Holland, ai which. the great ,i..-... ys siege to 3 dU-.. ,--,-S.h h. ly c..'- ever. I have united Rome to the empire hred by the Americanrs. Alter we ha
to the dictates of his o'wn conscience; ,, '.v- ,f his royal hii; .i...i aw ,. '*1:.il) lcts at Seville several scattered corps to -1 have givfn palaces to the Popes at baied ther.'r .',-it. she fired a shot a.
1,, i' t ', no sabjectshall be molested or all cut off; aed, what was infinitely effect its relief. L :.:' i .1 having suf- Rome and at Paris; if they hove at i. -1 it: it-i latter returned it-
r r '...- l ii. l : ,, .... l, i t., or estate Lmore dis' raceli l, t'ier .. ..-. ii !I.al '.. I" .. L":nily in opening his trenches the :,t-. .. .. i t I .. ... ... i 'i 'e ,S ;b 1 '.., .,,.,,, ..:,i. a broad side,
-. "r: l, .I n tlhe iaer and country oftheir./friends, c-r vii.r in -e., fi'om the fire of the garrison, suddenly jourtn m te .:.,..-r hi :. .' tiris which of course was. returned; so state
S, .. : h lo deslation and death in their footsteps raises the siep-, secures his stores(but ianhiy-it was thus that St. Peter pre- :. the private letters. This p.; :- .r
.prfssior. -, ',,'.. season, pro- until after having reached a place .of I. n-r' r t,nc- .f his heavy artillery,) forms ferred Rome to an abode even il the Holy .." says -ne of thern. wa'. pr, pr. u' -
Land.VIto-, a,, ,..,, .t' VhI u-,, ',.-,'
-vided he .l.,l. ;..' ..-., te cpuiblic peace safety they embarked, leaving the p .- -. i" iI.n iath Blake, wvho had left Ca- Holland has been united to the emi- bo by (.i r "," ,iv i .rr on th
or I,-.n:' .. pubhec worship of others ;" ple ofHIlland their everlasting enemies., diz at the head of 12,000 men united al- opire by is tn .naon of it ith- m g r te action had ceased, wh
and in a provisoto the Sixth Article, that .',,in, .,.., his royal highness on his so with Catanos and Balltsteros, and ta- ut hr the. 2 be co lee id not itate to assert that ct B. ha&d
no person of any oie particular relig- n .. :. i.i c.'.-i.:'. n, to il lHelder- ken post at _..otilhr,.. having under his he pit ,lit adopted by the ung. at th at interview u'. thi,.t tn his a,
,os sect .,r ,...:.... i i ,.ll ever be how did tie I..,:- ....t : I- ,, i ,z com mand at 1...--' lt.,(,-0 infantry. Here lish government not to i. : -:. .: .. :u- :.t te did not fire the first shot, I',it it
.:1'-, ..p .- .. .- .t c apport of forth his victories ? Even at the moment he is attacked by Soult at the head of trality of any flag, have obliged me to after his ship had been fired' into. he re-
te st "achet ortet o .i anone' hte was captuating for his whole army 20 000, but having a superiority of efvarl. po-ess myself of the mouths of the Ems, turned thie compliment. He added, also,
in ," ,-r ..I tli'., if any one 'to the obscure general Brune-and when ry. After a sanguinary conflict 'of six ideWeser, and the r ibe, andihaive rin- ,that the, Pt .:'.. ... at s he fist to pour
ct ,c.. ',.'i, ,,.,,, .i-.itr shallever in London the Tower guns were an- hours, and with the loss of between 4 .lered interior communication with the L .... rie i ....-.e .' .. Ibi, which .
be esta -lished by law :"-,Yet, by the con- nouncing his success, he was obliged to ai:d 5;000 English alone, is pursued with- teitor -dthnsat t'idmt in a t en t iet h he h -e bo e ihe c l on
stru-ction given to theother parts of the the forbearance of the enemy for his es- out any hope of success, and the my maritime m ieans.d rre e ently itotl tstrike her colors, rev
Sixth Article by tire ',i.,h Courts in this cape. Of tIe.same complexion weree va- siege of Badajcs is c fcr.-i,-,li:i. Ce chang- -.4Ak,,ei ;, i making efforts to cause the i-c ; .a, h great superiority.,-
t.... .. -.., r- ..r "r efect prevented ious other victories boasted of by Eng- ed from a siege with open trenchers to freedom of her flag to be recognizedtl-I Ifthis be the fa't,i and if theAr
j- .'' .- -i. G lodi ...-r .ii : to tie la-d in the course of this eventful war. hblckade. Now we ask, if the. victory will second her. Government declare that the Cap
dictate. r of their own srenc r Evypt is no just exception-there un- was as decisive as boasted of ; if Soult I have nothing but -pr-.;.us to give to President did not act contrary tc
sons, ,lberties and estates"-are coirnel. der Hutchinson, atd assisted by the fleet, was completely defeated, and his small the Soveieigns of the Confedrations f ders, there can be but one line of c- )
1to0 tpay towar-dsthe support of teaich- the boasted '...: v oi' .\.V. jI"r was gain- army ruined, why not pursue him to the lthehl1l ir'e. e we can adopt ,..c,siiichrilt Ith wlth.ii' ,- '-
era of other denomination ; and the mi ed over Men. ii. 13., 1 .. as that vic- gates of Seville ? Why not follow up foresee ever since the act of editorr,oe to our t
nority in ry town, paris, uody corpo story followed? Nt by an immediate such a victory by the rief ofCadizitself? andnsidrrd anecessaryto concilite for every er
rte ,: society, rein subordina- pursuit; nor was any effective and con- But instead of this, they blockade Bala- dthe interests of Switzerland with the in- declared th .Little "1el rd
nrto te majority, -I c!siveoperation undertaken until such jo0. My lord Wellington imself arv- tercsts of France and Italy. When th, federalists and friends ,f frit-
V '. t r ea ago the Legislature of a force .'.,- o' .1 of Turks, Maine- dr o-ly three days after with a'reinforce- The English bring all thepassions in- ain in this country charge the gowerrinmen
whl iun it s ceato ii "ea I :uka es, Albcuains and Engsnis, .on the meet of 15,000-What then ? No pur- to play.-OnN time th.'s -,.t Fr ,,ct and i.-.e r iul, .In p.,it, with ej'i. ,,.r-
whone c plain ed io i ihis o St. ii'r,.- coast of the Mediterranean, assisted by a suit ofa discoan.fitted, almost annihilated, hav, e al the designs itht. ..,n lrl i' a n, ..'.- inrg t t, ; k-Le t.--:-..',1, with wl-,,. w t ,
l'v ihdi been a fruitful source of conter- large force from india, on the shores of enemy ; but an order to turn a siege in- er pow--,'. 1 ..s el, h ... ,-,1l |, cr they should consider the effect oI :Le I.-
tion amcr g the people for many vers, the Red Sea, as was sufficient to have to a blockade-that is, to keep out of the prut iic .-'. t'.. atc they had entered into marcus falsehoods they are incessantly
o rouaasas aofdoilars na been excperlded vowed up thefe fw miserable forsaken reach of the guns of the town, and pre- a ap pea to the pride of nations in order ity and produce a rupture. Cani an
i liigatio and in lergt1Sat i tls sub- Frtnch, that were ahadoned in the court- veut supplies from entering. Such bat- to excite theirjeaousy. They lay oldf -. be more injurious to harmcy ant.
ject. At the time tile repeal took place, try and sblig-ed to ,.-,i rt e.ts, .1 ..I, r.s victories, are not recor-td, at circumstanes which arise out of the peat:t between the two countries,1 thani t.
ts hd -iwavs been the cae ever an Th next boasted victory was general exc.cpt in English bulletins. Beresford unexpected events of the times in which .eclare c I.r,t...:h to the British that cur
titeApt had been arnae, the cry tt e- Stewrt's on the pia is of Maida, a victo- advances 20 miles, gain say bloody battle, we are. It is war over every part of the administration and its supporters are tle-
itio-r was iad soanger," '.. ...'. i ti e r.y without design or effect. The Eng- b-asts of being conqueror, then marches Continent that can alone ensure their terained on hostilities, nnd om-it no op-
Pate, a-ad sothe auda cit to accuse a mnat lish landed, fell in with a detachment of back from whence he started--receives prit'.! *.. .--I wish for nothing that is not portunity to insult and irritate them ? If
J.orit of the Legislaturi with infidelity a, c-rc1 ar..-I hIaliaus, fought t-l -n on- a large IL1, -ic :r..nit. and instead ofre- in the treaties 1 have concluded. 1 wi!l these slanders would justify any thing'
aitofhvn again exposed Christ on quered of and then retreted h nen a e, commences a block never sacrifice the blood of my people to (besides a pillory for their authors ) they
.and of h-.viOg v saino exposed.n Chrisst o querel of-',o --.ps and then retreated haIs- ne)ing a sige, commences a blockade interests that are not immednia-tely the ill 'ohlit justify thie ritish, its C-. ic i.: '-
the cross and like the Jews cried out, tily to their ships and re-embarked. Oh i wonder of wonders Oh unpar- terests of my empire. I fatter' se l Jtif t he B i uh earnest ..: '
", crucify, i,,,, crucify hin."--i, mark. Let us follow the steps of the ,l.'.t.:d alleled victories, invariably ,L: r i,, -'.,';., thatte peace of n, r ie't ,. il elrt be earnst '
the consequences A good d..- r,- ,..,;. More and WYellington at Talaveta ; the for a space of 18 years, in retreat ? Un- disturbed. AMERICA.
moa i restoredi between .i i: ,-, c battle and victory of Corunta, foIlowed likeall other iictoiies either 'ancient or "Thee King eSpain is cometo assist at In the Brtish lI. C-mmcns the
seacts. Byvote repeal of that ior sacitfor- by th-e abndonent of their o.i ; that modern. this last solemlrity. I have given him all 21st of June, Mr t 1 !-r1, I.-.ri moved a-,
tc settlement of their minister became at Talavera, the same-and, the most ri. -- -., ..- that was necessary and proper to unite address to the Prince Regent, calling ont
t...',..,i -i ,..;l : yet no e nei who" wri alkyd ''r bt! C- o- all, en. iGraham's at Barrosa. AT FOR-iN NEWS the interests and hearts of the different him for copies of the correspondence be-
worthy of his vocation" has been dis- A remark cr two on this glorious victory, ....-. peoplegof hist provinces. Since 18C9, the teen the Secretary of Stare, and Mr.
missed. At present no settlement so oddly -Y. 0,r -,: y:,:.. -,, i so oddly con- -, g' beetstakent after m emorable sieges. main i': during the year-. 1810. Afteid,
can be made so as to bind any per- cided, it. .-11 : the 1,I ,5, L .a... '......... : ..... .... /'. hsave been taken -aftei-memorable sieges, makng some other remarks he Paid,
on, save those who mentor vbnaiy into and. Saiiards took a cuti fso Last Friday arrived at New York the Tie insurgents have been beat ip a great "The adjudication which had taken.
son, save those winslal)enter'vlntariy into arid Sipaniards tuck a eu'crit of sonme fast sailing ship Russel, Cppt. Allen number of pitched battles.-Eniglnd ras plnce with respect to the Fox, was, hue
the contract, and then no longoertha they hundreds of ilt-eby sea and land, to ar- frontm Liverpool,.e from whencese sailed felt thathis war r- .-- ,la its ltr-- .ith tthr'owire away t-e s r
g re ; -Dyet ministers are consteani rive at a spotthirt could have been reach. on the 24th of June. 'The editors of the mination, and that intrigues and gold were I relation to America. "On a former night,
never tg'a.ikur-1, th' a situation in that ed t ho/uso having; only to cross a Mercantile Advertiser received a file no longer sufficient to nourish it. She he had told hSs opinion of the manner in
nStatever.1.... ilt h truth of this tmuit idge posesed by themselves to ac- of London papers and Lloyd's Lists of found herself thIer~f.rre f :1'r li to.change which that country had been used. The
not rest on the assertion of ai individual. complish it And when they arrived at the evening of thie 22d June, from which the nature i it, '.i, fi c-.m auxiliary papers then under his hands, fully sup-
Thee foilof'ing interesting articles .are she is become a principal. All she has of ,-.,. 1 that opinion. Those papers the-
ian e. ,ra.l Ass in theiby of te Presbv- the Iedgr a nd theyousandght for, to eyt to te cri- cpied troops of the line have beep sent into the'* ; g:, Hon. Gentleman had refused to lay
ritate of reliion in their own ratieChrch, vey spot from whenced liv t ohey ta sto the We learn verbally, that the King was dai- Pecinsula.-England, Scotland and Ire- lbfore the -Jouse, but they had now been
tate of re ligion in their own Churc aviy spot fro when comthelad sthirited- going worse, and that it was ex- land are drained.-English blood has at published in Americ-athey were now be-
ned their sistermonChturches in Co.- hain ickily aomlied thi with. ed wul notveany days i,.n h,. e, in torrents, in several ae-. fore the v,,-ri.i-., S;t wS-.. his determina,-
C cti -.itsach verttsur the v-ampsire out quite ine-tenths. ill.., wounded or N..r 1 ,et i.itlit;.-.' 1. ,.I been received tI,.r.; h.-.riu -,: toheFrench arms. This tion, Lef.-,- l.e it d ,.an, to move th-s.
Sreng between Mayri1810, and Maye in- prisoners, it became i.u-tantaric.t.i.l a h'., p..i ..-,i i '.. L.e'l thaw we have conflictagainst Carthage, which seemed those papers be laid before the Houseoffi-.
t1811, sy ngthbetween May 1810, ad layvo glrio-s- v'ic-ory / already published, as if it would be decided in fields, on the cially. He thought Amnerica had ben ve-
1 ed with revivals in many of her towr- So likewise at Busacow, another glori- It will be seen by our extracts from the ocean, or beyond the seas, we'll henceforth ry ill treated. That country, from heS
\Se d with revivals in maye been added to cvs, victory Couriier of the 21st June, that the affair be decided on the plains of Spain When situation, and from her increasing power
Svthe Church, anrd still thae reign addedof right was found t ttrhe beaten in itsarmy had tun- of tihe frigate President and Little Belt England shall be exhausted, when she if in a state of amity with Great Britain,
Ce..u-c, au.d still the rign of, righy,-,- as fned the left flan thees e victors, when a tr had reached England, and had excited shall at last have felt the evils which for might render her the most essential servi-
"i ...,L,. .. I,,- realityy soipre- ,--let ied theefrribly destructive rietors, when"to 1 consderab i agitation in the mindsof twenty years she has with so much cru- ccs, but she had been treated more like
"as formerly; iaistera are continual- miserable inhabitants of the country) con- Our leaders ill also see that Sir Wil- Ihalt hier falie shall be in ouwhen an humble rg:.-*C:t-tn, on an liberal fro.
"'ly settling haveneres bfire been d: dueled the victorious army to the vicinity liam Scott has passed sentence of con- then shall a peal of thunder put an end to state But let the House look t, i,si t '..
e oliereid." rev, are undoubtedly some of Lisbon. And now let us move from demnatiouonr the American ship Fox, the afitirs of the Peninsula, the destinies appeared, within a few days in all the pub-
of ivthe good effects resulting froubom the sre- this point: let us view the decisive victo- and, 18 others, all bound to and from of her arties, and avenge Europe and A- lic prints-an engagement had actually
peal of that law, the existence of which ries and glorious cFnsequences of subse- France. sia -'. i.' -,i i. second Pua,.: ia.'v. taken place between a British and, an A-
hs been p,, e.:t, ec of so .uch evil.; an re quent events. b. ..The Orders in Counciel remained in full G' ..c-. --: nthutie hrfDepartmenta merica n ship. He did not mean to say
t is believed the same caue would pro. I English genres and London Ga foreandwere notlikelytobe revoked, in the Legislative Body, that there rencontre of the two vessels (tha
i.ce th believe sehapy effect in or w l n zets would confisrals and London Gah intilthe British government were '-.tis- I hate ordered my mOinister tolay be- President and the Little Belt) was sanc-
Sluate. This is surely hpy effa subject in orowhich simple truth, and onfine themselves' to te. fed tie Berlin and Milan Decrees .:.e fore you the accounts of 1809 and 1810. tioned by either Government; but it
atevery citizen must sufeel an subjnterest; anwich simple tctoristh, i instead ofi-: ipel. It is the object for which I have' called shewed that by drgrees they were ap-
tevery isbelieved touste of el at itmprestac victors without te cosetur,,-, of rke; c.i businessvery dull atthetime youtogether, You wil see in them the proachin toa state of warfare, which if'
to is believed to bate olr .at iprtarn victory, say tsat they Were attacked but of theRussel's sailing. prospcros stateofmy finances-Though persisted in, would i .1 the resour-
ly hoed that enqvry may b.l awakened ralsedh teenem,. we would not cavil; Captain Allen has brought dispatches I have placed Within three months, 100 cesofthecountry.
Shand that some efficient check r.ay lbe put we would admire their modesty and sub- from our' Charge des Affaires at the miiliionr extraordi-nary at the disposal of [Mr. W. then noticed the corresprn-
cdto th some evils. A CITiet. mct te matter of fact-But, hen it is Court of St. James, for the Secretary of my ministers of war, to defray the expen- deuce between Marquis WVellealey and
tb fresh evils. their tboast tlat fa starved Btenemy henis beat- is State-- er. Adv. ces ofnew armaments which then appear- Mr. Pinkney-and carycri hke Marquis
er ar eshets i havte Missgat dssrpi is en, wthatst at the san.rve instant we per-- LoDnor, JUN.x 22.,-We received.this nate situation of not having any new tax- Mr. P.]
--r re sai ta harve done. d..mae* ciVe thatstarved cnr-v aCcorlish l .e :n.::, 4; '. :r,.u:: and other Paris pa- es impose upon my peple--I shall-set The *k,.cI..-:: '.. :f ,'" E'ch~u. ?a

eily, said-" At'a period when thb7 taIned that the gun-boatsby this jdic .i)er:, wern-i a.. ...- -. eart .. .. ....iy at I .., T
were ignorant of what eITct Mr Foster's .rrangeinent, had in their power corn- u a a- ei '.ilty n e-.irr : t e ul.l li'. been l -itRi te C
mission ha. produced, at such a tiir1e 'ii rtiy to demolish the fort. .. hereT N L W Id The '..esim-u Iii, a yet been tri- .
become forward withliiiirade. lehas Whetherthebusiness will end here7 T,% E SADIJTTI LA 4e, as yetbeen tri- 7
Scomted what he felt on trae sdjert-tha Whether the business will end here, writer i K the .- entinel has aR- ed c.h -1 ne side l th.-house. For the
the A merican over nent had been in- orwhthritmayor used the edi ..r ,f the Patriaot a a heni.r vt. ,>;,1n .- tie federal partywe
S..tedm .dtheirn l.W n.'1 l ..coEmrn tant consequences, it is not easy to de.- borinable 'lanler -with "iTr.p peace. -' irri. i t partycoose
ed N: .1,l nth g, he s convinced, termine. It is said that whilst the busi- i,-,:-l-:.he and falsehood"-for saying in i.t the .Se, i,,. or ** I L. p.ld
could be .in'vel from 'the production of ness was unds.cded, col. M i.3 r.t, gover- I-,, p, ,u,: <.'-1 eeki, ,ice utat the .. e-. beagsin tried only six months. lie tel
l1., c.orrepD3mdence h/ilfso great a- Le,' nor ad interim of lVett Fiorida, was a- dt,..n L hw virtually g ..'ed the peoLi le, er p- .t th nd ofthat per' .di ;h ,. I t
Ii a
""-'-.ief ^sihic was to be apprdr.idd bout to visit Governor Claiborne at the and prevented all ci.u!i.:.r.n in the black Le wl. .n i: t .',:,, th.
"frti it. Astothe observations he hI i mn uth of the Pascaola ; and it i still times of. '98, 99 and 1800. .W without it h.ld due i ,d U) bor ., C.. C. c t
l,,e on the co, re~pnence. he w,,uId ,5 opii.,n entertained at 'Mobile, that r ic'ro,,.,; on this .:- S tier h. ci. n season !
or,', say, th t, when un hon. gentlaenr the interview will take place, and that it foal imputat's -h, r., oe, The Port th Oracle, in a tone
came d ire.r art, without notice, re. ert willbe irenu diaitly fi lowtd b the sur- ceed to p bi thhat.' tI ihb h i % p ~ T whining compl..,,.r, atlei a :t Ct ".- f-- ,,.-
not o int g it should be obse e, render of that [lce toi the American may se the envi.le c.r 1;,.a ,.f t, ,-. ture between iMr. ,lt.,...n i,, ,,.i r .
with this Government, but with that of government. Lihul reliance hoat. er !, ,. .! .i -r.,eI... ,/ t-,. itil ,. r ,' a. ,e .: a,
A.1ncici, it was u',i.: imp.:-. hIie for can be placed on t!h se c:.rij.ciures-- lut ilaI qhi ..', ,. *.*i i irr-t i. i. ,1 i r,,a'. q,.':,-d. ..irI
him to enter on an explanat..a. I-;e had it is certain that it wr,t.i1 h: a mister Df r :.r:7 .1H* tr.r.. ; .' ", .'r i,.r- .
not an idea that th,- -ightelr ,iiicu-,Uio n' o di, culiy with the United States to w". I,.,- .',.,i .', ".' .. u3, '. I.'i, r. Pi nkelt r W s r lws tr t', -er L at ,
-w.ould have t:d:.-n -.1 e in c,.ns quroce of take possession of thla country if they ":.,, ... ;t ,. n. ..; ', -, r, ,n' "a ink e at w ich Mr. tP. iin
hisinoling to p.-p:-, tihe. ni,.- i led it.' .]] .,. i :i~ ru,,cr. ha e ute;I ,. *, .!..n..t..,, ,a ..tterin Engi a nd ; et which Mr. P. ,
of.the R report. TiM ,t. vhen thie pi.,pt:r = o s and ,. i. i h. i a ,, la 'ed his probation nof ti-'.l ,.-r. r ..r ,i
riod arrived, ,w h er t the neg cia ii n b e- governm n' ,U./ L .. .. II.- i .. ... r, st .,rn r, i.Ftk, -t lt I [ ,I h 'j .I rif ln'ti
ween the two countriesI .r undr unr I. [ir,'rJAL with what i- ".,i i ion to support the latter while it
then -hecould have no objection in givm g ,Orders. ia,', becn rat i i n mi .:i ce i. .''.. ,:,t'.,i support de ,~oratic re- r-
every satisfaction on the subjects W ith T-The brie Fox and--crgr. t.geti. rbee cih l lel b, I. .I ., ,-,,,,,rr ll i i 1, .,.:s. M P. Pis Ia entle-
whAi te'ver instructions M r. Foster h,, itiU ElI-H H I -.. c.-,her, .i rii : "' t.n re-.i. ...t -, i... i p l- H. I -' .I1 it 'ile. ri',td alents, and has :lis I vi i
t .'., I .S t o L It, it could not be expected Sets. c ,plui d u,,.ler thie plu-i i rn, ( i-Or n- I ., ...ll .,.t r-l. i .* eI t. t, -' I fore been considered a federal: .1 .'i
thaGt C ,e r h.i1t2 i' Idis cl etheviews les., i...e r ._ l -,,:n (C. NDilMN- h,,hn, .it was repealed ; and nr aCa,,it wonder after an absence of our f r rie
te ,~-rt nti.:. it premature period. F.D n .:-l ,. ,l,..h th, F r, n.l ,ie- what has been the conduct of the federal ,r.rs, when he sees that party have sanc- giv
S l* t I' e i -' i. t ,h hlL it," to y before re -:: r".' nel .. t.,. r ._ -U. S. party within the last four years:- tionief acts so i.L ei t to all principles tol

A 'J l r. I I' -5.pl.. fo. i ,inc t through SE V E N '.( E' N tA mieiric an I.1% R E- .1? lite, ac" e l. 'f", -. ,/ : *.t ,.-,.-i .i'.t, f'r eies fOf.l ',,. ',
millisterialr, hru s a. .a Ll-.L D'-.D. They were published about a ta~ e f A./Ineria, .. ., ,i-.., n,,sl h advocates of an, ,
"I ". fortnight since. *If, f titfany p er.. 1i. ', -%l I.ih1, .,.-,Iv-ocat tr..sti a d of, e r- Ad
WL es ,,. ,, ... l i. l'' er 'h t l" ''I.,ilh ,1'. col binp orconaspire -...g-., I -. ti. iii-. -.' ', -n ..r..'e it...'-- ,-. ..,.- ].e t b
LCapt. ; fo i it, ,'., ,,- I,.1 to oppose.any oiteasire or measures of th shouldd now desert *t-. f cI .
coun ts fW es thenc ,., .e I:,. d ., .f Icr I. ,, b.: g ,,,., .' thc Uniited ,I' te- which h- "
counts fro e ihencet .~ t r .. J. t --He ,',.i .. l l .,- i ,,r" r, .; I. '. .-, : t cy proper author- W e are authorized to say .-. :'- ph.-
t .r :--That,,t h I ,,' ad rased h h ,.e i -,, ".. unless' it ot o ede t!eooprer ., :.r S h ti ttic D ..:1 ,i .i," l .. .,, (

Shc ti-" ,' an1d had retired to ; quits her ne l -nd U .. or to i, 'e 1 r. ti.t I ,-
,;.-i,, 0 or70'3 miles of Lisbon ;- vlh ,' i n I 1i o :. i .r.hp r..
eby somethe retreat was attribh tedt,,. til ,.. :o t ,. h,, h f' .. ,-. o : CO' '-. *it c e '. l r
French army havIing ee .r1. ,1 r. n ,l i I. t is "i" "t du n r it-r B s ,.,.Gaze te- .
,f.e ; an d th.tt Marsh..l I..,, .:' -I ,nt there sall bc no ii s -, it issldom t ItP eo- to
.'., -,J the noteoent 1nec ss r-' t .," "-- .hiimplicit elia'-,i dt

1 ." E ai ,r ,I. ,rL j. ,, j IkeI .. -,r::'.: ,- ,;. ,I!, -, ti, n. n 1..:, ']
crotc;. b e rti ,, ,, re ranci I- hl vi-', V i ID i .. i
extract : p-,e a .' the , ,, '. t ,,, l .' o ..
1/, 1 d -.4; 1 ',, M 1 i,,.1 -r.. l i r , r, ,t r .. v. fi mu e r 'no r le It-, iin i l a I .d o ,- ,,' d II.t Z
f1I L 171 11 i i r attack 1_. guity of a h1 g 1,, t -.1 t 1,
.' E 1 r 'i *it.E) i .1 -: 'cr L Ifh i.,erica -t I r e i, o b,. .e a..;.. I. 1.. .r r '. '. bo' eve iniquity .
... ,1T h .-u y lKer.* f a g *he trJ 1 1',1'',(c- 1 ', t .p.h '-, --_ l .., -!l' rat the
Ih .'e lot-,e to J:-,,uiri (i mill p ,rt I, The .. p il hir n fl g-, .-i' t.'!i i, -- ', ern. y t,'.e ,t .- ,r u p,- 'h r c. s- b ie in
h 't iip I"I r t i: 1 T.'.l: an o i Ill ie p a i f, -t t .''p ontp -
.in v iteetks : 1 r po r t "/ l i 1 Fi:ilh,-,io, 2 .! 'i ,- .,' i ,IT..,', d.es v
,' .r^ h. .'. e't. .r y1 r .. .... .ithH t.r il i a i a term not less t or i t A an t h 'I I f i

T, oi n 1i- I.1,0l h r: ii ip S r b--I Ifiivs t .a rn.' c "I- i

r -rM.^ r^,, 1 ,' ,r ,- rb,,enlIt,,', .t. ee n w' n ho aP el eo tth, n t ,r,;.. p t i it t ,

], It1 th..; ,re- su cet, ig, they m. n- ln. t ( n.n. d ,n .ster,. intent b h- ,of th i, g .vrnm rnt, o n.. !. belonging .to.' th retp public n ,
cr, t-h.- :, h .'. :r ,,ed- i pI their good behavior i such u ,, .i that hi p cr p wert-pe r
p i e t lu ii.t t h Li'. b i .6e in 'a fe v w e e k s .'." h/i hh I-" .. ,II 1 1'''1 -lic i I ij ., ,sh .'- ;o u r t .,.if,, iven t L Iur1 : l""'It ,. U t i.. d o es. .

e ^ ^ ^f t i alon th ksR D .o. s **k b o n l It ahiii F"r epo rnated t at th 'r or d of..toe party.", oes t rove th ip r o es
3 1 1.-. T ( k '.,e -."-..r i. -.I ., andthey o d pe. .' ., the U nite"dati States, or to T herfollorhng is,.frol, th e Boston C hron.
SI "" t' ,i -. .. : ,i c.p i-ot--,, r. p ei' shalt L i.'' ..print, utter or it continue to issue bill
i t e ii kr own -! l .- Fien: .. .) ilke e l .. I). ,h p .t I .1,, ht r .l r l rf bni ns rAnother and other" say tee feder-
t i..i:E, Ia is f. r! i It- r,rAh I a ng,, and their appearance indicated their l 'h- rtsi, orut oi, ttt r eit- i [ii.l tr in men t-MOCItATIC eEFAl. A oP. R'
ti l I'. '.M -,1 1'1 rt -1 i i ci ... 1 L r' l h.ns o t 1 h shall Uk ited -,, .. or aily alt oi t ie -..assist ork r. ,tI is e er of Congress
sp-.rdfin I i "i r'. t lIt iadn n. r utten or nb i n Massachusettshasbeen foun gltcaot
i i. h b h l -,' l i 'e, [ f '... w ai; 's a nd.. mnIa li- e m b e z z lin g p u blic m o n ey as an o ffi ce r of
i Iin 4 "! I f n theLUnid States; or to ia .n-lt. 1n.,II al:'asanaringgeol:.,,. i.

.r I-, .- i.N AiT ,\i i o,1 ;C.: .,. ...Z ,-Ior defeat any such law or. act; ortiai .t e appoi tments subjctaregrt--, eaweth:-.
-It, tced e nce, .thata CNC D. U T, 811, inougtin or abeiti .ngs ainst a h ,a pceur sajet 'egrnlet

-.oard. {. rno"Nw-0, .., o F .;.i^. ... ". :S'""- u n, peop'r"." Iil fu ture, r w u cld ta ,, e .u.,t h
SStoddart, was sto d at it A revere in the fortune of My Lord such pnmentrsof the United tats, or i eep their rogues at home
i. ..i : ri -tht thd 'i(-t 0ie -,-sath uit. there e nen, w hosIfthe r l A S h iA i i a i colty ; and it is thesame Avil-
.Nw h, r. ,, i .- ,le'1 rn,.1' 1 t r o, e l -n h ou. t e h o ap lonserofrth e h.r," I' ie..oU .nStao .s, -U -. t'g-
.. ll n t ,,, .d. a'.I rtdaq i I \nr. lnded irom the Presiden, that thisla virtually linous spirit of federalism, whenever an

tj e M ob le v.-r. O c. i,.,r |r ,-P <, ;,,, ,,, h t oops ; ere *I.,i-n ^ ,I1e tl 1 ,p l and p revented all db s withH ^^ m
I iMobl, s 1 u e the l tn rI. and that ,tei ki .l ..i ..i.n."- that .the repuClecan ad.i is- e" ff and' efc thi- ., .:e ofhist .i

.J. am munition .,- -,! = l3 1 ,.l, ,,Et.iin-n belonging to. i Soul,, s army : ...i., 1...... pe-- .. b ition.Law, be- fo '. behind him itmis *,r..I..ule e \isgo--
ai proceed. -A sti... ,: rive St C paili l; i i.. b.een ,so beaten at Alb.uhera h c.u c -i i "o stand u ron tits o h s former' federal frie nd Bidwellthat charg

Aiven, and very str' n lg..'ie, it ir t d 'en l h \ i;h.-..i Thsed m -.im.w ,. i,.ri-e measures may be cto th e republican
i li was thI tupreon the I i .S. ii.h ,L .l t, ... .- .th : n. e 1 said President, or to bring t ted, y -- t t t h t ic

T,.,^c sl.,rn:,:1 .yis~ in Mobile'and t ,j'j, r,\ .-) lou I h1 7.m^at ri0 Tee Hrrianc -A dreadfulhair
h'. or" -..'ni tBhan s objfLc1 t sp broken ngs, ard reported tiht Ither of them, into contempt or disre- psity. itc oes not prove the op'po rIety
o .great a.orce Q.uld be n..i- in, l ess v hadit is left vessel. fuwh scene of had action lef- free to c.-- ,> it :" we cordial co- the '. July, i., l-, i i th t a otdisvid

, thalfof" the Unrxt..: -...= Great prtp-,partial actio, (says th- Norfolk Lei,:) boldly aver. that this lUw w"shamf" l pid r t r "
I ,"rd c hi '---e cr .- t 41 d ed th io t t. it' t L c,, ,t ate, in t,, o r e an th rem the hatred of the ual. c ,teI,%Il. o1g 1 -:" 1' t e IS rogue.
t n.. t.k nr, t rIi -'it. l eI t, antdItheyg o P c-I .Ie .r the United states, or-to 'hle foBllowing is fro the Boston hron-

-The *l r, channel of the H-Ibil ----.-.-o s uu----u nd wicked '- dusintr'a"o w"uIJ .
SIer divide Ibestrut two leeueyb u -in ,l ,r e Te gentleman at Exetereho has
to n, ad the western branch of that ... .: "t t i --pealed sot rCould this La i hhi i .-n t,,. rl f'""tt.. p
tcannel falls i o thp b-yn out of p jec. i ,. ". ffect our neutral r;hihtla in enfor ced to th t Another and other, say the feder-

Srech 1., tn. 'i. of the fort. Seome o confirme' bI ,very arrival from L-.urmope "have been a m -. r..u r c tbia i e cnas, ise tl to uk T ey

^. .m n n- is called Spsnish F.- s, --I ,.te >. .. l.,....n .t British goods kinyutte un i a.v..fl. c e binealI r w
and the ir appearance indicated them vil. the "removing theor foppoing er iesisting anly aw lists, in mentioning the deflation in
i i pain the'townnwas aban .,:t dane MAR D]-I er.thitown. Mr. JONe
,- ... ,t .. 1 7esucc ssofi '. 1,.. ,, n | ; d o e tthe U lited or a act oft he I- A t. It is wort y the 6-

Itv.. '- was h eer so-on discovered, by in i ir rti ... ..wi. ou- D- e ..R epuwn b t ltans
.. vssels ,-...:.. ,r the western ., | ,, n.rt, s'y t- ihe P e re i n rt c ; th r ite tabric o e democr cy i k r te e r eas, o y l f
cht rd t, at the objet French, government has d I prance oaw, or of teepow- thiat wheneveirthecy are b.etraved, it is at- Ft
,, .lacin pi't Zc iera illt:V.est ed byi t at -tie5ht I mtv e a i. h n v t h ;. I'f- waysbytat o a tefa derali'l, M This -h.- iili

d.t.o-e fGS g e rs he u reb a ret ... sa r g e 21., I fo thmerl of
and protect the ammunition eelin it ers to be no reso te Uni the States or to convey thrve asIn Rina ge Col Dvid Rand ed
atte lRpt I ascend the A i .er i th ol ina- i.; < .... A or defeat any -such lai. or, act; the a p. lfu re appoint n ts. .t ... -al t dw ell
It wasnnel. tic this a cousince, that a CONCi t 1.. UIch '; in 13 181- encourage tor abet -. it le... I,::. p--e Whe. and Gannet, -vere all apostate federal-
ess called consisting of ei' t .n C-- h- ... "- ..-- l .,,. i nation agai t I ,,f ists, who probably camsa e. into the republi-

the r1 (s;o,, :<.'f-ntaking further r-.is'- lic shallf e officially known to Great tion ia 17^ 8 r >--h 1 di" ,11 e r T li :u,' b -it-,lto n- na
board h .LIJ ro N ew- -. ,,, I [I F.,it .- :', I Li ,' .' +t t.iit5 t ic peop;s ,.r ,, ',, i -.,i t l call ranks on purlos to in ljure the cause..
Stoddart, as stohppt d at .i ,re of -.ril it A reverse' in the a fortuneel of My Lory such person bein,- ',..- I ,- .In future, we would thank. the f. .'-'..
c. ,i!ilbc n th1 -,et 'A6hi r.ik t e.-1 i a i 1' ii e b. te .ti eist ac-ounM 'y foro any c ourt of L b-e ~ if they would keep their rogues at home .
w vilher t t., T.hF aslr ti,', of hp, '- e hopn'e wiei,,i .l conduct us to a mo re under .iIc n thereof, shaD l be puaish- R t it is a consolation, that i. these a c
se by commandantce. It wa er return to hli r.o plrp dated th e e h Jmestateed ,. I,. texcedig two tlosand irs te Ste does not lose any thing d
redest cours a ut'ub '. s eter- ap pre ve us from a ar with ith r ly ; bat-is v i have pot exce-d the boadsmen being responsibie.Here it ,,
O. i-i- .ll ., ,, -i tlie lii....i,,I t, .ti ,, were iig tt, hi' 'c4*v" would not be amniss to in 'tire, what has
ic ia that l- t ia ,.'t hcr ijp s.J .- I i,, r,:;, ,l'h. c ,e "Iz-. Finding W e repeat, that this "law virtually become ofGen B13 ro tue bte federal
the. MobiIe IR V- r t Cltheir pr i iLh, were iL. ni .... and prevented all -is .'-
.Viobilt- .\. '-qI h ri le. :'1 li r i I -iar I .rin and that t ,Is e k-l .!' -,4 i that hthe republican adminis- I A -t I .% purloined the public mon- t
the ammunition '%,. i-Il LI '- l I '.I r i' '- "belonging to Soult's army "> -n Ih h r i' Siiition Law," be ies, rua(ff. andleft the,:.hi,,:'of hisin-
proceed. A i-- iv ri h i een-so bentei at Albuhera, c.i t t i- t i-E i ,iRt t-' standotil i flnits obe intlhim, it is ;,iI..IIeieh is gone k
n and ve ti-s n l anu ee t 1 O b aa c '. ..... .- ,h, raised rnti.-iw'' ,t-i measures may be tojoinhis former federal friend Bidwell -
given, -and 1very stran," "i n V "in Canada."IE
su potl n t t he % '" -i ef ": J." d n the- "I l Jar. t'a.d perverted and r i- r mmotirci distortedba
i-i' .-y e in Mobile ani {,';, ih 1 -1 hI., heavy ,ri I!e t tii fh i,',,l.t ,t ,'di- il, '1i }l, -s
'.ah I,,i ', iA, Ln'n. .i.'-b'J ahi triou Jtl' r'.-.r has s'.tid that error of Terr-tble Hurricahne-A dreadfful humi-
he smy was marching towards'te South, and opinion may be tolerated where reason is ricane occurred, at St. Bartholomews on
of rso greatu4.. rce could n be less, eit is ve.ie,,I U future scene of action left free to c-..1',ar it :" we cordially 00- ile -, July, 'ti ed with the tOost dis
than.ito, takt _-!i.cs fi.in, r f ..e ii.In be- i ,I l.IlI h Estramadiri. "' ti.11 t al operate with him in opinion. And we astrousconsequenices to the-vesreis onl the
.half of the t.-ilal.:.-' ..t,: Great prep- 7artial ctioFs (says the Norfolk !.-!l,,-,'i: boldly aver, that this law was a shameful .oast and in not Therecie ber
rationss were f'tlC f- O I tI-L ", h- have t-..er, I .s.:e ; alid "li ,ii ttit 1, -I i- iri. .-eoilent t h 1 i ,,? i i''Y ,: -pn ,.C and
we.dh ,d, ;- t i i he s C, L ;'h.ii h Ii',L. 1 eI.h I th u- -- r a cutdw r e c k s a n d r e m a i n s o f S 4 v e s s e l s w e r e
.the.to wrn.pri, ., ir th e .-., u ta:coun ted along shore the next 0 ay.. -
Triep i\%icrchninetll of to 1sl7 T.gentleman at .Exeterwho has

town, and thie eastern bt-an'ch of ithat not --,',1-.I. That they are repealed so Coultdthis .a w l _h .I--ersirespectin g-St.the ri. l_ gir w' l tiJl pi,
channel falls iito tb, p b;y otUt of'l-ie 4I' I l.ri ...fleet our neutral ,' it- i .enfos. ced to o thh? ,. iiar:h,. ..... t per r U ,"i" h -
reach fihc su- ,,: o ltei- 'fort.L Some of c'rfirmetl by every arrival from-, r.pe hhave been am- -i te .IIf .' znuig,- t,,Llh- servations oi.the.. evolution at the ar-
the' gun-bsRts were dispatched up this I i...... t i S. are still in force as they hI-Dem'-.-.-,iic f.hr I.Ii. ii, I rfit- .i is ccas i

w.llbeattendo.u :-.r rid ne-x t.... ', i:ps and Amer- sentence : we b-si,:.e tl it I the ni--

ll -' Pt. r.d avd f .-. ..
hle l]';,A..;TOh'E "jof ,DAN.;?;..
:COLLD'- i., price to 8uba '::'
S cc-' ha .. ,* n.- .i-kiril.: ; .
i ;.", ;'Y';: H i-so',lry of ;' "* ,
,illi-hec r. ithi two handsrme C. -r
te fiii.r: v inag
7 ,u J'Ii rs v.' ill please to '
. I: tliL r b':..,k .
orn r.. ,ilt M .-.. :12, 1; "
\VA NT LD, '"
,* 'n apprentice to ie CA Ei" --
S1 N G b L. IN a -L r ...
, r.r i.i.':.t-r :i of ;i, O r. .. is
tl: ,' .ihsii : M'. o r 1'tl, I .o --j-
,.,gen ti :_l r, ppf l: ,hg Itc -h,- --.. 4--;
'le d'.,.1 I,0 t.1 "'i ine Lpp,:r 0 ,t
G1:URGRG. %V.m RUG' -
.=.rtl. ,A\u.; s 1:, 1-11.
N. B Allkind-of CABINET WVY'ARi
pi; c..an'r nly or, halin lor bal -. .r-
'e i rood.-

wa.,' lI h.'.ts and S,'oc.
II E. tii.cl It i. I.' %I i. l' 1t,*i i ti -
er Ct .\itornie} t' eli-pc .e it the; ia-
t i'., i of Johft .iar'ciud for mnitung
n B.-.u,. l silu'h & upon ri i ,, .. -
1.. r,, .the L'ouity .t Hivrt: .
es notice ihir lie wi ll ti g; .
'ii or tpwn in ith t LfCurit \ -
t.:,lr tile ill be giten.
'.it [F rsbns who -alve purcha-."a"-n
ii: !pretended ,i';ht. c.t hli, .
aims are .:.jt Iirneil against '
n -e in futtir, M an are adui r
I': iim r.,ui.i.tit ly fr wh'it &thc ., .7
he utihc.
C .-,rn -...l. ', 1.-, 2 18 11. .
L 'i ,in nltu .' ll, ni LI| t. ,
"-, h, c n'. os p:n one i ears.-nici-
.', l Ld wr n.' d h.it: dctsirej to c i. '.
u. inne! d.e'lt ; and tl c, ii.. ..- I
him are requested to n.ke .pav r'.s
* : ,1 a' i., i:i'.:e ; oih .rwi- I e :
necessitated to l: ah e thern for c.-

rrcorl. A ll'U st 12, 1,..11,

L 1 **- il.. -i !J ;l.e P ..i l-l h l. r,. I f
, u l. .r il'er l th ...i h

i. ; Ii, ..-n i. lie. lublican *V' .i'g,
s(lis-b ) h> r. le in"t il I nt
the ( LI.) 1-1i lNG IU.' Jli'. s i i
rious branches, at the Ic'ou prit E w
o. or Country Produce. He i *'rs
i f f tha'. lt i ll L.'..o yn i "..a
d i [.i. mpirnc,:. v.i,l irns. re h m 1h i ,.

II.1 r. I'itly pihrcli;'. er lthe ve
,n III tG 'ri,'t inin i, "Jiii,. [i 0i nIIIl:.
NAt-' .NI. .L 1AIN

1'ILL be sold at Public Anc.ion. n."
V Saturday the I Lh d.iy of Sepi.,- '
f lir d ,i, ', r f p i itnri oL us-
Pembroke Cotton Factorj'.
mibered 1.2, 3, 4, 5, 12, 15, 17 i-1, 19%
). The sale tobe at the F.ci ui. :-. .'
clock, P. M. Conditions of saie- rn t,
known at time nr'il r.f slip.
WILLIAM il \ZL.rlNI. Tr-"
Pericirok., Aognsi 10, 181.
rHi.E Subscriber will sell at Vendec'. 'ri
Trhursilay, the fifth day ofSeptt.I:.z r
ext, at three o'cl..ck. P, M. a tr.' '
VILD I.A NI),,itu.-te in the Nor
art ,f Hi.f/kin.ron, containing abo
o. t al ris. S:ila to be on tihe pr ', ,:..
loncnitii.,i to be known at the ti;.- ...-d
lace of :ale.
H,,,rkint.-i. Au" .5. 18 It.
ALL persons indebted to the Sn'- '
er by note or accounts that h.. :--
ome due, art reqi:estcd t,., mak.i:
iate payment ; .tier ; ise their d .-.. :
will be left lor collection.
N. B. The su'-:.: i, .r has for s
F ARM in Warner, known by the n,.
he Ballard Farm, with a number ri ti
ots of LAND ; also, a FARM in F,
known by the name of Taylor ..
\11 of, which will be sold low for c .. "
Hopkinton, Aug.5,1811.
N oTICli is icOic. Ci enhtio the
itors to ttie L'state r
ate of New-Chester, deceased, th
report of tie L.omrnimisioner', a i ..
.o receivear.-I ex. ine thile claims
several creditors to said estate,
presented to the- :iidge ,of Prob: <
Wills, &c. for the County of Grii'kt
the third Tuesday of Auut ist... -
hi, i .. i.n and that they i." :
p it i .,nilt n ','ke tiheir o',jc,7!'r.' 1: \ *. *r
they have, why the said report shoi:: ..
be a, ctit. l Ii. |i .
New-Chs'e.r Aug. 12. 1811. ;

ROM the enclosure of Caleb ',.. -;
Dunbarton, about the 1st of J-.. -*',
a black MARE COLT, absut m ..*.-.
years old, marked with large scar .. i -
i ih'lind hip. Whoever has fou'r,.! .d
,I ,i' c information of said Ms. .'. .-
to the subscriber in Manchest .r, t
Mills, shall be handsomely reward ( '.
WILL AM, l T.-
Manchester, Aug. 7, 1811.
OTICE i. hereby given, thlatt: r :;
scriber has t'.,: ,inuly appoirt',1, by't
the Hon. JESSe Jenxs.oN, Judge rf thf
Probate of Wills, &c. for the count-- cf
Grafton, Guardian to
a distracted person, late of Gratu :, r: is
of Enfield, in said county. A-U: pi''- r'
are forbid harboring or trusting,!" '-.
his family without the consent oi :;. .'">
rciibir, as Bo demand of that kinv. '. '* '
G ; ;..i :.-
E-A ,A .. Aq 8. 1, 1' *

+ .S l ? ; ,,_ .
'i~~ye;^ ~ I v g^ 'l*'- ,

'eat of at tnw were t-nt to be-of his religion, but he was Settlement was a fundamentals law, so they are one army ; here,yo-amake them clover are put into a hogshead, to which
....... .. r :..* .- to be of the religion of the people. It was was the Declaration ':.i l-inht, ;and there twopeople, (Hear ) IshallI ow con- isaddeda sufficient quantity of watei ot
f.i:.4;.:-.{.i,- .-;.: -t:>- ~ not for the court, or for fashionable per- were tran, chi ei-. Th,= lI:-, however, elude, andl am convinced if I can but moisteffthe whole,, in order to produce a
SBL CT.ED. sons, but for the people: It was up- pretended to be fundamental, which it re- collect the sense of this House in favor of fermentation. The farmer should care-
-m-.= on this conviction that the Kirk had ally was riot; it rested upon two grounds, the Irish C ,h,.!:-. that I shall be able to fully attend to this critical r:r.it:,i.. ans
THE IRISH ORPHAN been established in Scotland. If they security to the Protestant, and slavery to obtain an aid tor this. country sufficient to suffer the fermentation to proceed only a$
./ Dialogue suiifosed to have taken filace were to attempt to introduce a church es- the Catholic. It made the exclusion- defeat any effort that France may make far as to affect the capsules, or c1-,"
between a citizen ofN;ew-York and a tablishment upon any other ground, they the damnation of the "-,re, the s'- il:', of the against her tranquillity. I desire that this without; f.i. ,;: the seed. After th-: '.
female Irish c r..:.t. ',ruld not possibly succeed ; th:- could other ; itit. :', _if tie.'v.- mill.-I.ns ,-,f men Petition be referred to a committee ofthe eration, th.e .I. 1* L, he .J-, are spread ,.
Citizen. not call it christianity ; it would be a could be miade- n-r,e -cuie by making whtoleHouse. i, ,t', i1,,,.,.i *y, when slight ilr-:;,-,.--
T~rs aiden Whitizen t u church of ambition, of avarice, of bigotry, four millions enemies! Fourvmillionsidola-- --s- will easily extricate toe seed. T1.Iu- .h
Inhenr ethat moisture on your cheek ? and intolerance ; a church .,'-l:, .,. the tors This law declared all our allies i- ex ..:,c Instace that menin idleness mans in Lancater county, procure. the
Da.lr here shall not cone nigh yoa-- iniquities of mankind, and wickedlyapos- dolators. The Regent of Portugal was an drink nre Liquor than when they are seed of timothy, i nF. ,i,_,, ,,,, it to a.
S ,1 .Im6 what, ind wrhom out seek. tatising from God: a church bearing the idolator; otr late ally, us...... was an r,..:.o slight a.i.....e okf ktr, en, ,..-. I i hay,
riahGirl vices and the policy of man in one hand, :-:1 a..r ;., e.n rofthe twoSicilies was It appears-by the petition of the manu- intended for seed, is bouiod--in small
Pity, sir, a hapless stranger and the people of God- in the other. If an idolator ; so wa.s Spain, and Portugal, facturers from all parts of Englandto the shaves, and then put up into a stack.
Fri.ndlesson .. ,shore, the government of ;_,.gir,,.l chose to say. and Canada 1 Thus (said Mr. G,) the re: British House of Commons, that there are- having the heads damped with a little
i.i *, is ; Ifear ot danger-- that the church of Ireland was not to be. quist: f,.r ,n Lr,,i'-- .:-,tl mao .t. be. hundreds ofthousandsoutbofeemploy ; and water, suficieftto produce a slight de-
-i .*i, rin justcome o'er sacred bylaw-by the allegiance ofthe com i .r :. I, i .:" u l t eneal distress was never the like gree oft-eenctaionu.,thout injuring the-
.... ,Citizen. o. -I ,,ople_-- v the coincidence between the the, .-.e. ,-h, :i.at.... r.J ... I':";- l i" r., It also iupp ars by the report of seed.
Where's .our kindred, fiends protec- people and their liberties, but by the ti- qualified yourselves to become legislators the Chanaellor of the Exchequer, that The above p.l'. ., .p. b to be reasons-
t,,r t Ile of right, and. claim et conquest.-- If oy commencing libellers. But this law a- the excise dut on British and foreign; be, I shal t.-. ...:i.. r, I: a trial of.t,
.Sur. ou. vc.ntud not a lone they so ohose to blaspheme their title, against the Catholics was by no means fun- srits has icrea.-d ... 'i'v ne the and shal! c ..n-..nc ;. ,1 e result cf the
meyUr ventured not alone sp -, ," ,irit, ha i t- h' ....f b
1d- you nt some kin, director ? they then came to this-they paused to damental-it was provisional, and was de- .vear 1807 : near a n, 'l ... ,-; or |-* t, th ...: .-: Other mem-
1 -. --+ i t ....*-hae vou nony consider. between thilaws of God and the flared to be so in the 22d section of thne A 4444,44 collars per year In wine also te -....,,-thi. *,:.., acompariso of cur
SIrish Gi. policy of man; they put their wisdom in- .L. of Union of Scotland, and in the 4th h says, the consumption has increased a- observations may tend to throw some,
Yes, I have- ,had a brother to one scale, aud in the other, to be "eigh- section of the Act of Union of Ireland. -.-r for thousand Tous, or upward of light o, the subject, and th i. ,n 11., ..
,Once a widowed pari,-,'s stay ... ed a; ,i"t ,t, they ;l.,e-..--the* A,...... These acts declared such penal laws not one milliiof Go gallons per year. ..them, supported by the : L. ,. f the so-
Y alas Ihada. mother.- Forthe reason which he had stated, hl permanent, buit capable of repeal provi- Taring ,nd r consideration n thL above cety, may be attended ;..tl ,, al"an-
th byate we .....natch'd away .. should propose the repeal of what re- stonally, ais circumstances inignt occur,) ./ situation of Greit .. is it tyg: toour fellow citizen.. I am, &c;
BoU',th bUy fate were sn, l~i.~lU '+d aw -ay, ". sho" I U* r d 111 11 "' 0 .. I r.. i i t
oy t ie_ mci ay. gained cf the penal code. With respect Who were tS.h parties ? The king, lords, bewihed that ConIgres at their -. G .RE LoG a.,
T'-, ..- 1 .r.li..n unprotected to the question of the influence of the .nl. cnmiin..,- (Hear, hear !.') What _. r, J1I repeal the .'.. --
VYouha l.. ft ou ative .+- Po pe, if the Pope became Frcnch, that I-,.- .-, t the king's coronation oith.. .iose peopi rn ma .,. -, ,.
Yo+u hit,-v,, left your native ilse, Po ,,.,. ,_i, ., A -: ,11 7 -. a ,
To Columbia'sshore directed time would then arrive for taking such (H. rha har 1) Whe6 he brought up th1" nati;cnof drunkards ? Etrct ef eta tr.- :., Robert
Where you mee-t no kindred's smile precautionsas would .1; .,-tn l; (.,' -: petitionifrom thousands, 110 expectedto ..._-. I. Livin'.g.tnof he Sae f N. Y. *
I ri h Girl -rance from any share i te n.,', -i,, be told, thlattheselaws were fundamental. RT-.S. T ., Wp EST iT.; to a sou;&i'rn corcslpndent.
.gSoprl.9t % .. lid'. n eI 21ec^.^ '^--- -^^,.Th qun:;e^ 'in
N o -a pa r e n t "r d a b r oth e r.h o f t h e I r is h b is h o p s B u t, s u c h a t i m e w a s H e h o p e d t h a t 1 o h a d 'n o w a n s we r e d t h e .. cR a . T H.. .... St r. h aa fa r e x C l er m o n t 95 t h .. 1 1 .
With me fromn oppreson ... +not yet come. He knew there were some objection. He answered it on the author- cee .ncr 'ase of"ourio"n. le .....ar.sex, I "The quantity office wco t I..... been
Dwah ..rivd m of my.c who were for entering into certain stpu- ity of theScots Parliament, the Scots and o .. wa eny lp -it te-ik o..es. mp'ya Io" ed m consequence ot the present
coailderiv ofsmy mother-nlations with theCatholic% this was fool- Ith I ..,, h t state of-. ,.in Europe, and the number
ZLJ-~ p~o ress'd her son !. tItOf iEuoe rdtenmr-
C^V~~ns ..L~n, 1'"Y',^ ^,1^:^ 'h liver Scioto ar boast c, I 'P, L'l^ w
ash C.-- -on. m .. ,;* i.| r 5 .... I' .l tt.l1. .',l- parliament antat T r ie boOxaMsriaos cunnot..fail very -'I1.-.1-v.to es'.
Under freedom:, .l -i n ; ...,. .. c.: ,.l;2i .n:-- ,? t,.: .* h -_ lrI r., i. ., <. of the Irperia Pariiam ent, w which t,^ of her w il n e 'ablish ooar ..,,., ,,. :"-. ,i .. to-hfn
l~on r -1, ,Ol 1 .n lo-rl,'1/i e
Just in view f i, ..., on earth to think of ,,;r... cIi .,' ,n .l the whole. W would t,, .-.:.,i :L I n iL ,I ".' t er o n so ine ,.' '..'?,' 1' ve' arrived ,. :t ..--Ycirk
dizin % IiLI., I 211e_11r1 i,-iio,_lia, est, .n s&. Yor.
BT" .t ; p .:. '. ,hailing merchan77 in their t cI r-' 1 here still be continued ? W would .:t. ., :, ,, _, the r gricul-ure and o., 1 f ..I 'Ireland, 70 had arrived
V. "- n "* ,2 ,- r are, too, I know, (said ;;,. *-'.r, r im- these five Parliaments to be LIARS ? po c -tim ree n h.. s t h a ..- *.. ..,- and all ter .t. [ir ed-
,._; l~ =.,t,:'L ,:s 1 s z .,.. ... .- a.._ nd a~ll! ere .: .,t~' en~-
0. agrneet.th- Irish Catholic is mindifMercnt depart from this x.l. t..u ,, I by the commerce joi hands see ti ld I in oucotto anfacturs. Ido
When wespied the flag of Britain, to the t ,-t thcsoe demands. That is, Phrijamenti and ,.:... L. I, king, fresto, ,,I l, thaxeOf til ej oyous 't doubt that you will ere.o. I
W ile. web sthet yhe will ereof,-.it..-, I,.,,
W there forehodinpg I ,., ] however, not the ]. ,i ...--, ,*, 1, ,.. _* n.. .-.t ,:-r .. -. from.your own character ; andy e a con ftrymen, ad.l thes.ea whitelc ] .., ;. in turning Vo r tobacco --
Some iei evil wrten right to ask them whether .they desire, i.J ii .-,, d -. (said Mr. G.) I will ap- t b tons tosheep -alks and thus b. freed
Hoow my bosom beat .:,l7r., I but ask yourselves whether'it isjustive to pual to the common sense and ,t::*.i of manufactures are entv i bot and from dependence pon Europe."
ant, If ,.,._ !.., thI k them so care- the nation. I will appeal tothe OldL Eg- soon will have built awalI of defene.-
First a shot Our course arrested, pesson the:,,:-,_, .,11 yoU havc ....':.h,1,- lis.h honor which has, a, it:wer.,ovetal- Pleasintoan i endentmndmust SUGARt h OM EET TS.
Then their slaves 1el..",.el.'u,.,:-, etdby the argument is this, '" Ve. L eJd. .-If into ,ur conVstiuon, propose ,..r .. Jf spr livngse If we .ista.ke ilot we have had sora
*athera from their children wrested I our bad government, have so debilitated to you measure which- ,, ". ,I.., ty-we my rest aIsured lthe wick- fccousts of *.ke Po5uced froh Beets io
on from r -sister's neck! you, so broken ,,., hearts and deoased ty, and make your enemies .. n niy-we yrestasured thwick- this country.- iodu economy has engaged
5n from l' .,.,1",-si.ster's neck IIya ,l I ~llwl ourbt ow ,tl onr-i11 cn~fyhseggd
yvour spirits, that even liberty has become you not adopt it ? Wl-' .. i ..' l you say ..,u. h ,,_ WHewil iu t t .r attention -f the re-tch elnperor, and
the attention f th e Fre- ch elnperorandg
31 r= Icried, Oh spare my brother ? of no account amongst .-, !`" Will this be a regiment, which in t,, .:. of dang.';, -' ..^ 'Ohio) Pa.fcr. e-ters hpie th+ syst fis .. -.
p-hi.n for a parent's sake a matter of boast to England ? But liber- would not march with another, because itn Chicioth;e o r ,inr r o A lath-te fhrticse ,ront ,eri.
Savie! Oh! save h;im cried mny mother ty is not to be made the creature of cir- happened to be a Catholic regiment? Ym =ou- statc. thatthefabrication of sugar, syrup
Or his sister's heart Willbreak! cumstances or condition. E., 1 ,,,.i re exactly in the sanme situation. Ef n dsofscince an -. and vinegar from beets, is about to be in-
to know this. What made i>, ,, It ii ,n (Year !) The .overnmat. may tell you, T he iend 0 Sinetii ,,. n in..1 e. f i beri a ,"
.;,, prcu- thevbut mock'd u. spired, whatrraised hertosucheinimence in you can wait .--., God !, .ho m ay l the : ..k iat .ait ill be hghly n ject ighly worthy theicon,
L,., ',']',t )ndaffcction's grief: the world asthaton whichhe nowv stands; wait, but ill the enemy wait. a (Hr .:..,.-. t J eua sf '":of Am'eiricans.i T:.c nr,-tth. ;e,.,-
And with brutal language e shocked us, but this inherent spirit of liberty ? This hear !) I now tell you, unless you toler- < rofeo of longsie unanisry mn- ssher a suticient supply of this nutritive
While we wept without relief! spirit, which surely she was never so re- !.e each other, you must tqleate a con- ousy cosn professor of choemitry, in- n l- LsIf article of food to a large
~~~~duced as not tothink worth -., .;. -: !or.-' queror. You will be enslaved and phuin- eralogy and geology, at th.c coege f -..,hiabants ofNew f .
But when from us they departed, Did M r. Hampden think s.. \, .. lhe so dered, for confiscation wili surely follow Carlisle,) has, on the4thof Jun We last, y can see noreaon why the beet right
Shrieks of anguish pierced the air senseless ? Did he not think that a naked in the trainofconquest. llus, your prop- l-efirst success attempt evermadei not become se the unr l h L-..li% t ,.h
Then another, ).-,-.,:-,'-, .rt-e.., f tree man w-s a nobler object than a su- erty wvi go to other hands, and you will ths coun"trY, in l rLPa ln t itti of the cane in this country, anW iI-.... : -
Fl ,-m icmt ..I,' ,., perb slave-? But there are others who .be a ruined nation-ruined by your own of Mtr. AY of the ruyal institiuno h an t .ond vn-r rtt
1.1!. ~~~~to lied. thei., new i,, ,net^ ^^ ^ ^ ,al POTTAS- Li ^_ ;gar, 1 p^ -and vineg f
I kio .r vouiare I, very, ,evv'
say that Ireland is too poor for liberty. I kl o- you are a ery, very wis London, formed tihe new metat o rTas- .:"., .:gpart of rti a-domstic economy
.itv. then, a haples stranger Before the Union, the expenditure of Ire- people; but here on this one point, the s ut; since many others of the most in- f t :._ armer thomestice tth
Friendless o foreign shore I land was 1,600,0001. and her debt three very point of your vitality, you ace stupid: gcnious and eminent p.hisopierso our o. t A Brnrm sthhotrth
'O, o'ct **,-k:" I''r. '' danger-, millions-she had then a free trade a;nd a stripped by bigotry of;evy ense, and country, ha'e purstic .union, o to atrio
Whof,-'comfort looks nomore free constitution. Since that she ihas gone you must certainly at one stroke be crush- "lo-. a. .i wt t,-.ni ; F.. ..ran..or. (Ken.) IaII i
Ctitizfem. on Uii, .'. l ..1. in debt and ex.pendiure ; ed. (.8 ear !) I have ofteu wisiled that zeal which il peculiar "' t' o o f od*in. rh u
Ye, fi. r daner of p essio 1 she hag contributed to EIlaud, exclusive s ,a guardian angel would descend, and A particular account of i propeal ,2s, o e loe rs good thing. The pub
EX03 fromn -l[;h+Ioni.Js plains, of her ca.t]. her provisions, 1her Tie.), a- rai.se thcse sec.nries from the plane t and tilt phenomena pro ced by checwl '.c are hereby infi'medl that good & '
Victim ofthe curs'd aggression bove65 millions of money. She is the this world, above the little Babel of their re-agelts. together with .,. ,. ; of he ad Wite Wine, the produce of the
WVhich V 1 ,.,' ,.tZ1.. Z stains, hundred-htnded :n t. .. ,: h, .', .:.:i. tot own ,.:- ..i.. t. and shew th m the ca- apparAttns employed by ,u-e, i'1 proba- Swiss ; 1i.. el ,t in the i',i'n,,at Territo-
': "^ ,you in every hand a bt...'r. '.7,' !) iamities which were .... : shcw b1y be published elsewhere, ry, will on the, lstor 3c day of July be
I-Here I swear to be thy brother; TWhen you say to her that she is poor for them ruin visil)e ; shew th0ea Frauce, or .,-c..^-.as_:meT-:-,, ai3---.3 fund at Capt. Weisiger's' tavern, in
See'asisterinmywife iberty, you talk in lan uagcunknown to rather hostile Eurpe, arrayed against JiitT -' --. Frankfort, at a moderate price. Good
Find a parent inmy mother-- 1- do notspak the dialect of them ; and then say, if you join, you ,, j judges of wine have found this. prefera-
I'l1 protect thee v ith my life, ..'. L'Tpa upon it, whc. a you m tay live ; but divided, the destrucI''ptio n n s pro t th r a x lret
[/V Y. C,)ium*i*-,]~n S, L?-T^ R address I-Cr1.I!K it) this jacoloinvc pii-ase, must bc universal," (ilar !) Anlro Loneri c? 0o tie 1 hiladl-fibia coun.'y sci,ety i to th B 1re
[.- ".-. -o ..]. vou will not argue her out of t! wish fai all this discussion and dispute of tests, icr the from tiowf agriculture and It is a part of 2400 gallons made last
S-- liberty; but you will argue England outof there is one whilichi the politician ha5 not domestic manracturcs. year at the above acttlerment, and if it
.. .-: ;.'. .. I .,.t. When you once sully your discovered-which thedivine in his heav- G-NTIEBIKN-Our farmers in Penn- has not as yet all the perfection whidh
.. ..RI. P\RLAMN .. hps wati this metanness, btiseness, and enlyfolly has nmis:ed-it is, to lea've reli- sylvania have hitherto been too much in age alone can give it, it is at least Nar-l
MEIAL I/AI.,i- AM Ui". servitude, you willnotconvev the poison to gion unrestricted, and let all worship as the practice ot depending on the annual ranted pure,wholesomeand invigorating,
1- OS Off c0r',^to ^, C:, t 51 her, but you will cast a taint upon your they think proper. desire this house decay of weeds, arising in a course o e from those pernicious qualities
CashclI i Pe iion i c/ own land and your owin constitution.. You just tu consider what they are abl.ut, years from their worn-out ftelds, for the wic sp rt toe anpkid commu icate
SEr i P~etitio. need not gloss over your injustice by the Look at the returns onyour table-look at principal source of nourishment to their w comucate
T [COC riLU h o DED idea, thatwhat-you refuse is ti ; ',-,,;. The the Irish Catholics, look at the land and crops, It ia time a different plan should to imported wine.
Trheec rigo oI't gentleman, t h Cat'iolics have wisely refrained from stat- maritime service of this conitry-1 do be adopted, if we expect to derive that
proceede o enumerate variouieisancs ii....h.. :, grievances in this petition.- But not wish to exaggeratebutlookmg at them advantage from our farms, which they tomat,
of the ju'ious 'effect of the disquifica- what they are excluded from is nota bau- all as 1 do, I have no hesitation in .. : i. will afford; by a proper cultivation. This THE FRST STEP.
tiof of the Catholics. ,1,-i a mil tii ble; tey are excluded from seats in this that the number of Irish Catholics : ,,- must be effected by giving the ground a The frst step is tie only (di.:', '
force of nel o o house; fr eces in the bahk; frum ficient to turn the scale of empire. (Hiear, ful ci of twenty large cart-loads an olh- proverb. It wa lied
raised.Theduk.ofCumberlandsono ,i ., r., of sheriff; from the best pla- hear !) If, however, there is still an,y of good stable manure to the acre, every is a prove It was bdy applied
George the second, woubl not allow a ces at the bar ; fromln the highest stations hesitation, if t'l still any inclinatioi seven or .i,ir years ; and a ,; ,l. ro- by a lady. Hearing a Canon in compa-
Ma t b ecn"e i Ieln, xcp yde r, T
mran .to be recruited in Ieland, except in the arm/; from any partici action in lin some to suppose tile Irish Catiholics at- tationof productive ci .. ,- ,,-, tht !,-- ry declare, s That Saint Piat, after .hi
perhaps weaver from the north could the state ;'they are deprived of their civil tacked to French connexion, juAt take a riod. In this system, LI..\ .. !..lu,.. head was cut off', walked twivo entire
ube prcred. Aid whatoiwas tn. conse- liberties; they v'are galledby tythes ; they review of what has lately happened to necessary, as forming the basis of the leagues with it in his hand;' and who
V -n\- We, hd mT e ouo l are oppressedbytheir-landlord :and what Spain. ( Hear,lhear !) See France vic- whole, and witlaout which, no valuable added with emphasis, Yes, two entire
o tf.nov--'i'he vicoi us toxp f" remed* y do you offer them? Nothing! torious over the world : nothing could re- piau 1-,1 .'i. '.u"-. can be pursued. Clo- leagues.' I o not doubt it,' she repli-
trimpimb ,, that" Ire.l"1 r whic the You do worse ; yotksetup one set of men sist her-whatever former times seemed ver, i, ,....... nd having a top dres- on such occasion, theirs step is
triu'rnp hif v that Ir, -it '.,w ", ,;,." which the i a o ell.: on such Occasions, the-first step is
:folly of the Ipenal laws h (iihut outfrom in favor of the miai,,ter, and .another, to have stamped as invulnerable, orinvmn- sing "t !- .t.:,"..I Paris, six bushels to h i c
th .i Of the British army t he which are not so favored, you allow the cible, fell before her-the C..l and steady the acre, will afford, the first year, throee
S servant of the crown to abuse, If once courage of the Russian-thet quick evolu- tons of good hay to the acre ; the second --
c.",,. ,.I roland was not to be support, v:-: l.: thi,-. if once you allow the officer tion of the Austrian-all was overthrown, year, it may be cut dance, and afterwards Henry the Fourth, king of France,
L,-, .,the~law of conquest, The policy, of 1 ieawy aeIi hlrncl i [a
te g'.hen.f lt of tcount.r hepod ee ..t th.- co .,itouse ill-manners to thepeo- She destroyed their solid column--she pastured to the middle of October; the always made his children call him papa,
c,'Te goertotr it of that country a l beenple, from that mom-ent the people are not conquered theirfame in arms. She came third year, it will afford excellent pa;s- or father, and not the ceremonious title
The beliefices ofIf-eland did not exee free,, (hear !) they are oppressed. It confident, and pushed with victory-she ture to your h...,, sheep, and miilch cows, of sire' or 'your majsty.' e. used
1200 ; anw ,/ere four millions (. r i. : to had been said, the coronation oath.militat- came, by one blow on the Pennsula, to during the,. sudunier. In the month of frequently to join in their amusements ;
be disqulificd from coslderati-n for ed against the claims of;the Catholic, and lay L .1 nA, ;. .i i ithe liberties of., ,u- I.. .'ii..:r, ;t ,nay be ploughed, and irnm and one dav, as he was ,-i.. ,,. all.fours
prSthem ?Lu huNot for the preservationof" thei crate ceck upon Par' n!t.- .ropI ..... r ,. '.. e. c _t "'he.cuquer...- -. *In with winter barley; ald with the dauphin, his son on-his back, ar.
property, for that was secured; butfor Ilhis supposed the oath immutable as to or : :.,,-,.. '.- drivenn lback-by afterwarUs with wheat, or other grain, a ambassador entered his apartmLenit sud-
". .i, ,- the magistrate, but changeable as to the whom ? By the Eng'ish Protestut. ;a very best suits the inclination or the interest dtni and sunrise him in this attitude.
.., a on n -.. 1 1 I .- -. .- de"y a ur ried hi:i
: ,," o'.:,: ,.r .,, ,,|om ma- p.-ople,<.,..,n ,a. tt. in the work of grind- good soldier- by thLe Scotch Presbyterian, the farraer. A plantation, properly di- n t
be ,,k-. ,n ...t......urpation; ingautad oppression. But let the house see a very good soldier, also-by tthe Irish vided into fields, for such a rotation of The monarch, without moving from it,
piiwChisn cranit scr tgainsta t, ih to what this construction of the coronation Catholic-aye, even by that cisqgau+iy.ied crops, would annually afford a ,-.-];i.r. m,:. said to him, Mlonsieur 1'ambassadeur,
the laws of England, and the spirit and oath would lead. Before the union it had battalion---suspected CatIolic-you saw of hay, pasture, and a variety of the roost have you any children Yes, sire,' re-
sp no effect in Ireland ; it came in force him pause, bathed in the blood of France, useful andprofitable crops without lear- plied he. Very well then,' said the
i,",,'-',:..,ft. o,-,' ,t rymtibaant there after te. disqualifying law. Thus, covered by the marks of ....it glory ing a single acre of ground unproductive, king, I shall finish my race rou.d the
.that if the Catholics were to be adtmit"t then, the union incapacitated the first and civil incapation. ( lear, irar, Considerig clover as necessary tu the chamber.'
to their i-ht, it would lead io *I" ovr-' Imagistrate frona doing the people justice, /hear !) Thatbravehbatalons, recruited bpst plan of conducting a farm, it is the --
throw h ofrthe existing estabdshmentsh and coulM he termed nothing else than a by sir John Doyle, was chiefly Catholic. duty of every real friend to this necessary The following whimsical circumstance
But ohe Catholics were eoto be punished most monstrous innovation But to make If he had made soldiers as you make mem- science, to promote the cultivation of it coincidence, it is said, actu.
for crime es existing only in im ag hnition. .re i.:,,.,, t h- i .. ., "i" ,, I .. ,, w as to de- bet's of parliam ent, w hat w would have been A great obstacle to the propagation of l and pe la c co m etime i st i
The Catholics had sworn to preserve the c ,._. '..lI.r ..* ,,-'e,.ti: .. The the consequence ? 1 will tell yot -- ,acw e this valuable plant, arises from the ex- nlly took place som etim e past :
estabMshmi-nts, a.nd ath1of the Cae.t moment a governmentt found it necessary would have one eale more, and England travagant price of the seed, owing to the A boat descending the Ohio river, was
elics whrenbtter tsasd the iainatoenat-of to satpPrt- religion by oppression, that one refgiment less. (Loud cries ofhear !) difficulty of cleansing it. Could this difli- hailed by one coming up-and the fol-
the Protestants. If the qnesion were moment it+.declared it a ftlse religion, a But tlhat honest man did not pause fro'n culty be obviated, clover'seed might be .lowing conversatiQn ensued : What boat
whethef-the churches were to be estab'- creed :,.' *I','l'"' *1 by divine force, but his duty to consider the difference of sold'atone-half the price now demanded is that? ':: Cherystone. Whence
liiihed bthe rai of the- civil lbertiesof necessary to be bolstered up by .persecu- creeds, .,r c:1.1...,'h. the learned ignorance for it.",. came you ? From Redstone. Where are
the people of Ireland, the-c' hld no rib ti t'on; it nadeita proclntcration of disbe- ..rit...,!. .,--',. drew his sword without Ibegleave to communicate to the soci- ou bound to ? To LimEstone. Who iS
tom-.L tl.:. ^t,?-, :t ;,thy would faiil in l'e. a state trick, aided by the king, with asking the advice of either priest or par- ety some information I lately received y captain"? Thomas stc": tV '
thee. .- ,r;. ,.'. I r: .I eft-rr wa,'i eidan- an abominable combination o" pains and son, and e,'rii,'verd for his country.- from Mr. Henry Wyncoop, on this subject. your capan Tho s? Iviltones What
p tr.ratherth.- < ^ebl p ties. He was aa ready a any man (Hear !) "", t .3 the reason wh'y the Mr, Wyncoop says, that, in the state of are yu loaded wirh. Miltsons atd
The c thr ', ,-. t t.s. .e n to allow the existence of fundamental Catholic and Protestant should conquer in New York, where they have been long it; Grindstones. You are a hard set to be
telidedfor the kin,, because nle ..i-n laws, though he denied that those against unity abroad, nnd yet remain disunited at the custom of raising clover seed fop sale, sure ; take care you dn't go ta the 1.str
"de'r the king, h* t ,. tha- Catholics w ere so. Ths Act of home ? Why, bs-cause in foreign lands af'e:" the hay ia threshed, the heads at the tom--Farewell t