New-England palladium & commercial advertiser
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Title: New-England palladium & commercial advertiser
Alternate title: New England palladium and commercial advertiser
New England palladium & commercial advertiser
New=England palladium & commercial advertiser
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Young, Alexander, 1768?-1834
Minns, Thomas, 1773-1836
Publisher: Young & Minns
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: January 9, 1821
Publication Date: 1815-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
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Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 45, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1815)-v. 82, no. 4816 (May 1, 1840).
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Preceded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1803)
Preceded by: Boston evening bulletin, and United States Republican (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)

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IKiJ ~LjIBPIJON TUL;SDAYS AM) N D SS3Y P/JNG & ;d~dI-h, C,'it C --'.-iC

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2' -s', 9 tI "' I'h, Ir i'i t i'm ll; I Inilits.
aPorut.rtIoN, 150,000'000.

TH 1' institutions of the HIindoos are un-
q,.i "..... I-h, ; ,n,.1.' Iaie most ancient now in
S,.iI... e 'I ": ". .1,, I was written, no doubt,.
before the time of )aivid-and it is probable
that the Hindoo superstition, in orine form or,
another, is now professed by 500.000,000 of
the human family-the deities worshipped
throtfghou.it Chin-, Japan, Tartary, thie lur-
ri,,n empire, Siam, Ceylon, and India, being
all of HIndoo origin.. -
Thue !;il, .hi, ,l I in-r, 1 tr si,-I.t prevalent a-
rmong ti IlI i.!.....- is present, in reference to
i' 1) ..' U' -], the duties of time, and final
t,,w.: 1 i1. l (od is. pure spirit, desti-
tute of sil iii., l. ii t- I.1 : si i- .1:ns in his own
-e-e- i i I in I' : l i,. hl blh, I. '. like the i .
I! al'.1 I ,.'.. l, u n,':l.. -... I. ." Lt h cr 't, .,--
l that le n rr.I -.1 j .t ..I' j..1 ,|,,p-1th.,
There tl..t blIt st o k i.- 'l, 1 ., i i e.. IlS ei. u-,
tp,;,i :F.,, m atter--that all life I a ..r.t ,r
,. .l- t >. t ., .ul i.*.s r, .li:s .. 1 actions',
I.. I .r V .1, r-e i- be t'i.' bIltl. 1 to spirit or
I .I --sh.' .. ... ,i -l..i \. .h n,,, rer is a state
itf h.Iu .-t 1 .mru t-- l I ]. lg.s i h r. .., .)f s)Ii:
i, ..tl '~ .1.1 ri J mTi i r I. ln. i .., n it -
ter-thfit this isa nly to be pnr.re r'- 1 ihr.'ghl
ithe 'rrPir.ttsis .. tissie called jogule-
that l.y l.--e t *cie.n.. 4< perfect abstraction
or til: .'_.,ni'l e .i I.ilol i.j., in the m ind of
its conne-xiao) with matter is obtained, and
that this- :I .i 'I ...... ,is b realized, at death
li-- a, -.l I. i tfe j.i.e'- m .,-. with thle all per-
d o.q,, 1-pur', 'i.-t i, ieturns to the soul of
the 's.,l1 Ti..-re are now in India, no jo-.
9V ,:-. like h.,se is-.ci -l. 1 1., tih. IInr..oo wri-
t.,i.g-, ,.,''gh nr' 1,. 1-iU,|$Ts ar. .r ,., ,-,- '-. which
al.,r tl-1i ih y i sh lt I-- C-osu., -r-r.1 itigees.
It ,l I.. I -,-.,:t, hi'slt l st1 T l i 'l 6 :, -
pl.Y' c'..,ii i s ti t to ihe tit,- i sil in-cription,
the uinkinown God ;" that it ri nk,. --pr.rt
or God, tile author of sin--tlht it annihilates
al It,- s...- i f].eliigS.-cov.-is. i-, id n',v all
i0 r'.:.l '....1 un, I .CC ip .- i- ..,I It" -:-.i, 'de.
ft ...\ .ill <. ]i r ,i c5 o i- i.-.i:.- -I.e, ,d .l1,.
1ile ... ..i ,l s t .. -r.. i ,'t ,,r l ...p.,.r ,.j high-
ers- t- sii tll io 1 I rirD.. l -,siS. I, ii il. n they
shll, ti.-r inuisI.t1 tLI.: ais4r c gr.- ,t0siiu be-
come J",', ,-.;"
In ti.. ll,,di-i writings, the work of crea.
tion is attributed to Drumlih, the work, of
p. r.i.i- -.ce- .. V ..liii.. s.ou i th .: '.. ..I of d -
tis in.i IsI I, :l' l--.sl 'i s.*,.t1-' bet.-s ,' 'Ti ,.-
dihe -s .,s il t i ,lll-f I., ti I |.,d. ...o Cci ll'h s., -sri:
C. .isliti sll, .,-,. r. .l, t I J I, r ls 1 i r l, ,i |i .th ,
,-- il th ,,IMni..... c ati A" LT ll ih 1 f1 .. -
What a triad !-
"I I.s r..ji cts .f :,r-.,;p ir i. th '..d- ---le.';
r.1r: i.,sl i o i. -i s l' I -- F il Il '.Il .l ..riu,-iio.,-
lIi-- v i ,' r -miT'n-iui\ s s. -. .iiped a -| the r..,,'
IJ ri ,- o.ns.s', m. n k ;, -Alinuiiti 1. 1 he 1;-i [.1 1
*i l 'i-it -..... -n '..i,.as i- leche.,-I ,....-t i l,, l ,
i ... Jhi'ii --. 1i i : I ir .i i- i nii i 'l, i. ..'s
t ..'.,I Ih ,* i, l l !-" d. 1 i ', l. e 0,c .r: l i|.
i'.,l Ii L .i lt ..i0 I isl.im -Li--s nd lit -' .'isis, li
5 ,ie I,-st,s..i s i .ls.tl. l lCtsJd sllit tIIe osen
t ,hii. l i.n i ll idc.', ic_..: ', ii Is~ih li c lr n I.- i ri be
tlns,-r l.sid I.. ,, tC l. s .r, p..I.pl (;.. ,|.
!.. ll'.d ., loi lisu .sl .is. Ir hgc I. i\l ,lo j.-l1 .
nos,,, I SI.,'.lTI,.,Us- Ih is i1 tl n e lr e s ll I-. I.. !S
temple on these occasions without hiding
himself behind one'of the ill ., This is the
waoship isf i- hiit.ilu.--ili.i which should fit
them for ic, d -ish. u .l hits-, and the blessed-
ness of etr-nity !
Itnfhnticide has been practised in Intdia from
time immemorial--the rajpoots, a considera-
ble tI I.: ..' 1 i u o.- pu- l jIl '.i. ir finale chil-
dren to,-3 l-- si. ajs -,.111 as b -r"--- itl one sur'-
vives They ,llarry in Iii.- Itr-'t. Many
!l.,I...", females, after marriage, make a vowv
to offer to the deity their F'ir- chi,.i, and these
children of '.Lir is nre drowned in the Bur-
tumpootra,'and other sacred rivers.
itl.c i-;rsI ..i' w itings encourage persons a2.
flicked with ar -inctirable distemper to .-r
themselves in some sacred river or to throw
themselves under the wheels of the car of Ju-
guninat'b, or to cast themselves into a fire pre-
pared by their relatives. Multitudes annual-
ly perisis by these means-as they are promi-
sed by tihe shaster, lenith,,i h,.,s isihe ,next
1si-ir.i,;r it.Ji.- ,,sdJ lhey ,liev,'e h', t if they
it, a i..'ral l.:lh, the same disease il
cleave to them in the f.illuo.i ,'an, and perhaps
in successive bit;ths.
At anl annual festival in honour of the god
Seeb, multitudes-inflict on their bodies theo
most shocking cruelties-some have large
hooil;,s nI. i- i ,i i'i il;e flesh of their backs,
by v I s, iti ti .i'- l. s ii up into the air, and
swung i.lnir', i..-i fifteen or twenty minutes,
the whoi. ,- l: ,-1.t of the body suspended on the
flesh resting" on these htwks--others have a
large slit cut through the centre of their
,,, .. .. --,,s'. r'as-i ieir naked i.j ;.- ., .o
e n ... i I t.ei Ied i io lsack, 1 m lii. t
of ten Ifest from the ground-others have cords
t: .s... !' .i .-.-, thi- -u's .i and the ribs in each
s.iL ',s',n IL -i .i-ce in honour of this deity
i..l iL-e I -v: I-i.e. close this festival by
,,cin ;, A is,: their teet usC t-r.j ui burn-

Such is the -uperstitieus faith of -the lin-
0dos ill tihe supposed efficacy of the waters of
thle sacred rt:o.%- ii lsdl., til' nuliiitudes, in
a state sit p,:i ., t lit hl, iput r. st lu I is,- b,
isi.w.ii.nO t'itm- ,l.-'. it it'-s. i, is Ait a
i-u.e's-l .u ''I 15 ii ;. Is-sIl 5 u s 55 lsi.-oLu'a ,
.1 I'. ree ris very year. Capt. I'li.;n r
stvw 0e.ie' S.1l i i.' drown themselves 4s1 .:,.
rioriMsig, as he sat at ihis own window at Al-
lahababd-and while -Dr. Robinson resided
there, twivemlvien at once, with pans fastened
to their i, cks, plunged 1.1 s )l It, ru 1:I, anst
sunk to rise rio more. Th.-- ': sI.....s.oy resi-
I' r.- oftenn writes in the utmtost-Ldstress
-. .-:. '* : ie number of victims who are
ihrmToma'.td in this awi't'l manner.
Mure n a tn thousand persons arE supposed
so perlsi s',, 'i Is i, i. pi i r.ss ..., to the
temples and rivers <' ...uI..
Alil the' : residin.sg near enough to the
Ganges and other- s5ictred rivers, are hurried,
in the agonies of deeth, and exposed, in the
open uir, to the scortching' sun by day, and to
thie dewa of night, that they inay, as they
hope, be purified, in 'heir last moments by
these waters. Thie -l.'-.l'i. of multitdes who
t ,! are s ,.s*_'.,:d, and indescri-
. boole .: -. .s. are hereby indicted on the dy-

Stir.:'. ",' .- .'.ii,, .. w ; lim fso m .In d ia
o-. uSicial sl...-i:,~ ..-, ,.-.-i.:..l ._ ithe British
u ,o .. i. n ,-Iis op. ,.'ip.--. ih t ii
,. l t rsee.I'ns i.Tsni ,:-. il i I. .Ii, ,i.
e -i..l tae P -.rs.-. ,' !i-5,, ,, i.1 ,,
5iT, s's-ee tnisn'll .' -; t s i.''. is i.:
alive, or owe .a .. I 'a l,,; i. .n !
S i'. I. 'i,,, ,, r l. 1 .s i' i ) l ts i. .1, 1 si', .! s-i
., ,' t. T.'.ai 0 Ii 1 .- ,e d ," r1.. \s 'i J
1.i .. i1 It L.t.. J Lu-un uiu.c I

three widows-and rn-,'i,, -sh i e witnessed ma-
ny uore if lie cold have endured the horrid
.sight. [In whatol her part of the world have
fire like these e-e b-ten kindled, anid m.r.
ders like these, i n.,.),. day, ever been perpe.
treated ?- The savage monsters ,d' thle forest,
who live on blood, protect their offspring-
bat the superstition of the Hindoos transforms
the motlier into a monster more savage than
the tyg-er, and compels the son to set fire to
ti pil, is .1 I. t- .. devour the Ihr .-g rnlli.tr,
-. t..-, r;. li ..Tm. h- r breasts and dandled him
on her knees. Ahd these infernal deeds are
perpetrated ,ns.l-i the exultations of "the
mild and amiable bramhuns," whose shouts
,iend Ih- -l., -vinh,. e poor victim, the heart
trl.'sre'i-t s. n'.'r.1!.- ir-". her frantic screams, and
while I. -fl rt.,I, p. S amidst the flames.-
Mr. W.ar.1 .st -i -I.I rp.-r -uaded that thle num-
ber of widows vho thus annually perish in
that part of India alone, is far, far greater than
tlie numbers announced in this official state-
ni .i .
-sit.h ire a few v if ti-ve ]isit'ive- utri.,1i.:-
I ii. ii Oil 0 I i ,.i-. ; i .*,,.!, bsl ti-, ishl. -
.,,",, .I thil-'e miild bramrlmos.'" Tto remove
these tiinle-ersi'e ,lv,ls ,I,'Iti,...g dt. lightL of
(Cir.rnt.'. *.t wlhateve expensii is surely
worthy theeff orts odfthose who c ,it.tllilh- l :.
h.*r',i. n ri pI i arl ii -pi-I "
S l.ji I.'. ,- ru r,.t Ili, col uf hiis taleofwoe:-
'.F.., l1 h0 : i rhrllsi, ..,1 cl- hhir' n in India,, there
i: n,.I- p'.* 1 1 d il.- irisll.t moral instruction
w ,s.lri .e --l.-. i. so.t a _.itgle su.-,.'l for.
g 'rli ih l l r iil I.,t o, I.,'jill 'i. t-- ..il' a-
moannt 75,000 000 of females, not twetity in-
tl'.h l' ld sIr stile -,I., r I irs iS, or write!--
V ,s it I v. ,I. -'.i. ,t mIs.li.) '- these No won-
der that they destroy their offspring, and that
their offspring itestroy them !
Some persons have contended that the Hin-
doos are a moral people--but how should a
people be' noal!, whose gods are personifica-
tions of sin, whote priests are notorious for
impurity andt rapacity, whos.'- is5,'nli are
houses of ill fame, and whose rlsg..,i cere-
monies, instead of pur-ifying tht-i n,.,It, t weite
nothine- but impure associations ? There is not
a pr"l 'ie -- earth E.) lhs.ror.'.i- iv -., Ui'p ij
i-,,..n.,. l. hr l .e .'. '-.l.. il l -. sl,.ld, ndi
I.. i ,1. .. the H ,r l,,- ... n-. s-,. c..iirletlcl',
id.' i ite oi pi nr1 I l. Sur-l ',. .,r, d Chris.
tianity, who have no beIrI,;r ~r.. 'iii Jugiun-
nat'li, i. e. the stump of a tree, no better a'-
vior than the Ganges, no other expectations in
'l.- 'h Il! i ], i',,t oft. oir M igi 'ig into the bo.
dy of -imrne re.ilt,:.
Bit -Curtiisl..1iiy hli .s ui btIle-s a most im-
portant reference to. a future state. The a-
postle tells tis," There is no other name given
under heaven whereby we can be saved, but
the name of Christ." Here, in India, 150
millions of immortal beings, have, every thirty
s-, -. l.,s-n I js- r,,: ,t s et c .rni, y, like the wor-
-*l.'; cr, .i lihe g.l.l.e I-i -i without
God, without ( ir,, S, i. sI..s,. hope in the
.Where is our regard to the authority of
Churst, whose command is still unrepealed-,
So ye into all the world, and preach the,
gospel to every creature," if such a loud call
for christian help is disregarded ? Where
the mind that Was in Christ Jesus ?" What
kind of estimate-do we fsbr of-f tie v.lute (of
lhe interposition of'Chriet5,tbe vslue of Chris-
tialnily,if in such circumstances as those of the
Hindoos, we think h1s-\ I.,,s do weil' enough
Without Christianit% Ii tl.e gospel was nec-
essary to the gette'ratiosn living in the time of
Paul, it must be equally necessary to all men
now-if necessary to one nation, it must be
necessary to all, for the spiritual state of man
is every where substantially thile same. If ne.
cessary to Athens, it must be so to India.

January 2, 1821.
Thle following gentlemen haie been appoint-
ed Directors of the Bank of the United States
for the ensuing year, by th'e President of ithe
United States, viz. -
Langdon Cheeves, Nicholas Biddle, & John
Conneily, of Philadelphia.
James Wilson, of Baltimore.,
Charles E. Dudley, of New-Yortk.
A-.d -it an election held by the Stockholders
a tlr HBank of the United States, on the 1st
and 2d instant, the following gentlemen were
duly elected Dirtectors for the ensuing year :
DIRECTORS for 1821-Pierce Blutler, Tho,
mas M. \'V.Il..-,GustavuIs CallnhJiiias Schott,
Samuel Wettlerill, Silas F Weir, James C.
Cool.TER,RoBEr FLliMMI. o ; atnd .l John Potter,
South Carolina. George Hoffman, Maryland ;
Robert Gilmore, jun. do..; Robert Lenox,'
New-York ; Archibald Gracie, do. ; Nathaniel
Silsbee lsassachiusetts, Davkid Sears, do,.
And at a meeting of thie Directors,hehl at the
Banking- House; last evening, .'at 6 o'clock,
LANGDO.' CIHEEVES, Esq was unanimous.
ly elected President for tile ensuing year.
Tlbee'rnllemen whose names are printed ia%
'ni...II l..l.d., areinew Directors. The fol-
1I-Win ij -lie II'. nanies of i .- .t i.'Ar.. crs- s i, s..
have been left out to .ti,.k- I...n. 1.- tie -.'
new l ih ,,: i ll..rn t- ._, II .i.sCe Is' ,i.
*l, T l,, !1 a .', h I ,' .*,, L i' .'..,t,. .';
rt-tb's l it s,.ij ,il, I. I H .

P/ill.. -7LLI-':,li. s lP F .V15.
T Si r ,.'-.- 1i o i t ir rrr.-i.- ,I -L, .ji-
ics U.-r.k. hise d cl it .. a .I t,;--i.I t ..I isri ,
per cent. on i..e Cp..Itl stock for. the last six
months. -
T'1 .- Durr.:t.-si _f. lse I k .if N'-, i Amer-
iCa, tlir. p.T c.! I II'. h I- .1 .alhVear.-` "
T lic e Delr,, .-r. t ,I,-e .-... -i, I. n,, C m .
pany four dollars per share, i,- o d .2
C I, '.l M i' r(Ir ,d
I r, rc:It,"-,,, t I I1, : %|;',',e Ia ? ,, t,''e *
Itn,. is ri J. Illr': pi l sl .it I,,lx.e l usi us fs
S ,. .-
T he P c,.! k'll P i n, .ner, i.I ,,,I -- .t o...|.. ils. s. pho c' it
on ts-hi at,:-cb ,,I tIh C. o.p ius f'r h ,t : r ii tils.
*---Faa SI)'/.ri s 5--
, Tl'he L- 1 -.l slo, ,;f -s.,uth Ca,,l;r,. I,;is ad-
journed. I I .. ll .. isi ti h t le i t..- ie n of
its acts. '
sn )lr 10 r.i'; ,'- l: IIi r -. i..- '. r.I l slI es,
',,l .,;,- .. s ,. ,',-.. ;.'E : ,.. ,:. ,... ,i n i-
li- sl .i 5 I S tIs ,.. I-.- i i i nI .1 s i i .-l i
A f tit. I ,, I (. i. l a s. l, ir l ,i, on jhl .
timorefor signatures whiich .., I: '- i.., ,,I .
10 per cent on o |" n.-,- i -r.'i ''dli *. ".'i,,s1
sold at i '5,:, in '", ti- u., .r.l -i, ;s .* ,' 1. ii
w hen I .'d s r, 1 ...-:. .' 1,, ,,, ir : .1 i..-
same duties when .' t: .... r -,. p., "
vale sale ;-and a !:- .- -, a.:.i ,-I -
other articles.

210,000 weight "oftl .,'. *r- s....ib.. h ,r-r;,l
into M ilan irom '. t .. i ,l,,'; : -. :, -

-2' ::- .

laltlllittfjts t)pAl't iot.

The following cr.i.r p'-rd --'. ',
that each Member of the Convendion be flr-
nished with a copy of the journda of its pro-
ceedings now publishing by N. HAyis, provi-
ded the same may be had reasonably.
The following resolution, .if' 1- 1 by Mr.
LYMAtN, of Northampton, was referred to a
committee of the whole, viz :-
Resalved, That it is expedienta sn tA amend the
Constitution, as to provide, that no Counsellor sh-Il
be appointed to sy office during the time he shall
be elected as Consellor.
TI.- f...lls,;n rvs.,luil:,.n, offered. by Mr.
III,. ii rv, ul N..t l, mrriplIr., was also referred
ti j inL ii i.ie ..t thle is hr le, viz 1-
R'ealved, Thlt it is expedient so to amend the
Constitution, as that in all prosecutions flr Ihbelo>
folunl-d on publication respe eating the oifial ctinti
dtut ofiaen in their public capacity, or the qil.i-
s... s .% i,'',e l .- m i.,- ,.li;, l *.iea fir thr'e
su. ',f '1*..: l rie |... ,1.:. hll- lli1, ii lr of r sr ay b "
...r in ,sI.. ..:, .o s.i. I .c |... ,nmptionr of
F,,ihe,: ,,,.! *r I I )l I i *ti *i l ii ti "l: *''i iibtr li the
j'. T I .- I j- l'crrrj ii' i I.,: I j'.i the fact.
'I'h. Il.ll,,vpi ri ..iji .i', offTered by Mr.
F n,.., .if \Ve. ,ir. r .i- ., 1.s 1 also rer- ..1 to
J r-,s'.noii r-l- .it t 1.. li.. '%1 :-z
AResolved, That it is expedient to .ri.....I il...
( ... i .. I I, th- 2(d h p. Ist see. ann i .l, r.1
so hs to provide, that the General hourt shall have
pover to lessen the sforesaid salaries, as well as to
enlarge them, when they shall judge proper and
Mr.Hi x Ciza, from a committee on the sub-
ject, reported the following resolution :-
Resolved, That it is expedient, ee. to provide.
th t I o i..-i .... shall be subjected to trial for any
S iir- r .. r.. ,.c- which, on conviction, may expose
him or her to loss nf life, Iiberty, or estate,U hlt by
r1-.i .. -.ri or..' ...-I. umn it ofa Gradl Jury, except
t .; s,*, ,, ..- i.,r may be otherwise expressly
provided for by the statutes of the Cuntmmonwealth.
This resolution was read a first time, and
ordered to a second reading.
The Convention then resolved itself into
Committee of the Whole, Mr. PIctxMA in the
chair, on the reports and resolutions above re-
ferred to them. ."o.-r nur:H discussion, the
Committee rose, and the Chairman reported,
That the Committee of the Whole,'had dts-.
.'.a l I-to the Resolutions offered by Mr.
II (.it of Northampton, on the subject of
I, I: ; %Ir. L'-.*a, of Easton, and Mr. LYnMAN,
0o Nl.rl mlpusrI ; and
T'l, t i had agreed to the resolution of the
special committee on the subject of Harvard
University ; and to the resolution offered by
Mr. FisHER, of Westborough.
The Convention concurred in disagreeing to
the resolutions offered by Messrs. HIslci.ET,,
L ri iC and LYMAN. Mr. LEACH's resolution
was rejected, 173 to 126.

The Convention, then took up the resolution
reported by the committee of the whole on
.i..- -,I.-:1 ofi Harvard Univtrsity-
Documents were read by the Secretary, an-
nouncing the assent dfttle Corporatipn to the
measures p'---r..- .,j bI the committee, and ohF
tile Board l' tio.,:i --.:-i ., concurring in that as-
A debate ensued, in which fihe r resolution
was opposed by the Rev. Mr. Richardson, of
Ilinghbam, and Mr. ubbard, of Boston. The
former gentleman accused the committee of
having abandoned the ground assutned in the
first report.
The resolution was supported by generall
Dearborn, of Roxbury, Messrs ..' .-, of

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S. LO.jVDO ., OV.r 15.
Hter M1-jesty has reluarned t-' 1 it. ..... ..,ranci: n
V ..t:- in tlo e '.i ,i ...,, i,,- Inhabitants 0
I" h et: pirtic l sr satisfaction in r-4'd giving thi
loysl toil uff'otionste Address fi-om the linhAbi
tant Is i H ..
The victory they anticipated has, at leangdi
been secomsplished, by t ......... ...n .. fii tint
constatutioui Act- bye h.e ,. ,.ht ij ide
l,, ,l l l i t,, u., i de
i o,, ,t hs r, e.o- ilu ..- '--r ihe l!s oftu' y opprts
a W i"'J i 'I .il ,i-'s-s witnesses h v se not
only iee deinoustratetl by open inquiry, bill hvi
I,It .kr.r l i|,- .l ., It,,,. under whose autholt
,V El,. ~: e ..s. ..i ,elI I persecution oft the
Qi h. f I -. ,..! .. ,..]|, .(.. ; I ....I -.: ilI thi
r.,;i i ,- i r,,.1 pi uce, itn ..- .r 4l Ouser
S '.. i i,.i.l' II .:m ake i .,i .!! ,,f every
witness on whose testimony they rested their seeni
sat ion,
l [ai -alxioustoltnish all pairf l'.-i 1' ln.r lrir,,

Her MrjIsty i,-. ,ei the following gracio n
Answer to he friraders, 'Burgesses,oand llnhabi

I a- i. I-...,-, i ,i. _t,' Iiy the loyal and af f
... : ,. I, i.e ,-rci nts, T"radlers.
I.' ..- .... ,.d irnh iu.r I .f the City of Edin-
,a f:r.;r.- c..l.l n.:. f .-ly urge the plea (l
necessity for their lA-te arbitrary antd uneonstitution-
at proceedings, The safety of the State was more
1I ,.s, ,t i.e measures they pursued thai it
...it h'i t.... by ls.aving me in the undisturbed
k" l i i, I, ,." ,,, .'i .f injustice, I hsvea-
vo h-- i 1.., .i ..-lit give to any one a
., .,. .... .. p'in : I have had recourse
to ro asaistnee but the support of a free. honest,
and enlightened people. To that g. nervous peprpe
may warmst l I.. ,i.-;- ... .-tly due; and I se.
court it a ii l il l ii .-. -, to re, as well as a
t.nark of the ,*i g'he.r.'anens I*moy cause, that it ex-
cited in the S .i'i,, .s.i,rN aon interest beyond
whlit ilihv had before been known to take in the
public tfiirs.

Report says, that Hampton Court is, to be
assignedid for I her .-- ,' residence, with-if
the people will submit to it-an allowance of
only twenty five thousand pounds a year !

The following stateiawit, hIs be-en lately given
of the rise asd progress of th- Milan Commission :
11 .0 1 ,.--., .. 1 ... .;.. .I. eum ents were
-. I .- i ..I r',- .1.r ,, t,,.... (Lord CN astle-
rt-gh'.) wliich i docooene ., iis : h,; i -a-
L lI.e Q n, th'n P'rin s .-..i \ i,--, .. I ,.ere
'I. -, i iof rthe Ioihsurs oflount iunster, Lord
Stewrt, ')dt a AnoeitUiatn Age.rncy
S r p-.r i ... been rioaIl. on0 hI.- p .p*1 .
il, I i .,**n,, ... was establishetl- I fi- i ,I d
S1, .nr .,.i ,i.- 1', ,ri of Liveritool confirming,
if not selectiig 'he appolinttment of the eommission-
ela. Ths ioonuiission was !l ed in communilica-
.- -, :... iT ,: ..- :: tary of Stoale fr Foi ign
".' ,ii 1 1. Ii,... -, ,,1 did tot0 resetl M ilan till
l, i, ,I s-, a i ere -ae ksiaown to the
',I .,. as the Lodirt hneellie ;
it ws( not li' Jtne or wJuly, 1819, ih t the Milan'
Commnisition n:de it fild- report, which was then
referred I ithe ,t,. ,hnet.
S3 Thes re aie tie known fetA; no doubt some
eh ; c r,- oi,. ni hlt. i'- n t. s iu i;; giv e a positivs-
iu formniin s as to the naiure f thiie instructions g v-
en to 0Iv :aib. h f omi'siol, ai aref, actualOyv -iied by thie Lord tioicellor and
the Earl of Liverpool. Mtlih imputatoionhls been
easo nupoil Mr. Vice-i(h mince ll Leach, bilt most
wjusuti., for it sppears, froio the above, fae ts, that
hle was ttiiongh acting as Clhatneillor of the Dnuciy
iftCornwoll) 'inm! the Agent or Deputy of the Lord
jhanceelnr f England.

vvrenttam, sBoylston, ofr rinceton, Diats, of
Groton, Austin, of Citarlestown, Baldwin, IfDDLESEX IsFETITVG.
WVebster, -Phillips and Quincv, of Boston, and A further Correspondence has taken place
last, not least in effect, Mr. Story, of Salem between Majnr.Cartwright and M)essrs.Waith-n
Dr. Baldwin expressed h;s entire satisfaction man ant Wrdliams, tthe 'I-,,i'i. respecting
with the report-and mentioned several cir- he cailin i ofa ieetingofthe county of Md-
cumstances wlich had occurred within his eex Tiie Major say.-; they have taken a
knowledfge, which were hitihly creditable to boldl step--a very bold step," and threatens,
the fairness and impartialty of its Govern- them ith adopting some othet measures if
ment.ire ad impartiality they persist in their refusal. Thie Sheriff's
Messrs. Webster and Quincy replied to the answer is so brief, that no abridgmentc is
objections stated by Mr. Hubbard. nec-s.- -y. It is as follows :
Tlie resolution was adopted-- Sit--ai reply to yours of this dayve Ihave
For it 227 to observe, that regardless of any menace, we
Against it 44, shail continue to act from our sense of public
The resolution was reported, read a first c(hty We have given our answer to the Gen-
time, and ordered to a second reading to- tiemuen who waited upon us, and we have nei-
morrow. there time nor inclination, nor would it become
S' i us, to' ener into any personal alterceatio i.--
C't,,m conventionn then took up the resolution We remain, sir. your obedient servants,
oh tr" Fisher, as reported by the committee RoiT. u Varioru tmA, Sherifl's of
os tle whole. JAnES WILLI.Asts, j Middlesex,
Judge Story opposed ithe adoption of this London, Nov. 1, 1820.
resolution, pronouncing it in his opinion to be J Cartwright, Esq.
5, complete prostration of thie Judiciary Pow- _Nxt fnisows a letter of the Msjnor, in which
cr of their State to the will of the Legislature ; he annouinces his initeinti of applyirsng to tilhe
who could, at any time, under this regulation, Duke of tPortliind, Lord Lieutenant of the
deprive the Judges of their -lrics, and tbs, Co(ty, and disiresires tat thile Rquisitions, &.c.
in eftcict, remove them from I1s1- .s IMi -s. with- or au'thienticatedl copies,i iy bt: sent to him
out impeuclhmnt. bhy the Sheriff,. The SherifIs reply, that it is
Col. Fisher defended his resolution, on the 1ot their bshineess to ktep) copies or0 return
grf'ound that us the Legislature had, the 'ligtt Rlqutis'sts-ll---that their conduct has been
to increase salaries, they ought. to have the strictly correct--hat if a Requisition regulatr-
power to diminish them--and that it was a ly and respectably sitgnd were presented to
bad rule which would notworkt'huth ways, thie, i ,... I I call lthe required meSting.i
The question, Sthall this resolutXion be and that whatt Mijori C:rt'wright calls Requi-
read a first time ?" was negatived- sitions, were so far frorim Tewriting this title-
C .i it 142 that they were in many respects very irregu-
Against it 159 -'o '.',! r in having the siam nattn-les
S-- i......- "repeated ns the iist of s,....
'.. ii i tlO.lrn fi r I ] .. i fC.i rri. .v 1-,;. l. -, -. .1 i in i ..1 ii ii. aitne tot to
-:.:, .., I Ir-;. .. l ron, r,: ir-,,- I n .iv 5 ,. be ftu ilid i th.: i'i ..i.. i tf .. ,. -..
vhich ;as finally .n--....J ,i.i i .. ,, I iI
considered, for the pu-rpose of -I..iiu. .R. .,,, a, '. Ruiyal Ltter's Patent have
amendment, "that tlhe Senate. -..1 *,, been gtrined to Maijar Peter Hawker, firt his
apportioned among' the people, as that no dis- iisn-';liion of small apparatus to preserve ai
trictshall ever elect more'than si. :-.... ... core-ct position,Avitte piassingf thle thuitmb,and
The resolution was theti passed ,Iu t|,,s.. to give extraordinary power and facility in
mendm;ent. -1. I ;"- on a keyed isistriment. This inveon-
-- l' 'Lion has the decided approbation of Mr. Cle.
The report of the committee of the whole, menti, and other eminent men in London a;dl
upon the Bill of Rights," was assigned fir -fParis, and is certified by Mr. .1. B. Cramer to
to-morrow, at half pasi I',,'. lo.s.. -" -',: ." 'r mechanical inventions in-
-. .. .. I purpose."
LT.GOVERNOR \N i.i.t ':L t. i Ml.e :.'.,;, ..' -ntert ofBern, in Switzer-
The i n ,.,,,.- ur ".' tis i., ;s- |. c i I i. l,., Li u. i .-i-,.-aj a method of producing
read a si c ,ild im.-, ,,il .-s ci.s-i pfs .. It'r ,-,. '.. ,.' p..,ui... so as to exhibit thet-fflect
..- s u.. ir. in -.. d fire in the greatest per-
The. I r- h....' nn -. i. i ,l-... .i .:-. ,,, I, I,..I---apes of Switzerland are
i. r, ,- .ue I .l-i,, i.,,o .i r ..I .-- r.si l rlutiee perfect represeltatlions
n .ii. -i,.. i, .. l :n ,...i I.e i ,, i .. -,,. .i,, a,,: -.ery of the Alpine regions
i ''--i '- I C ..... ti '""ls hIslt.erto produced.

" .. B .A' 'Li'I .-'.. -i: arssELs, NOT. 10.
It w il be seen .by i'i .-->. .. 1b r. '' j--', i. t sued a'Decree, dated the
.- il,. it hel i I. ii '.nfa ba .,' '. i month, fixing the 1st of January,
. s, -. l J. ts[. .hi.. I ,e charc ... -i ..t [ 1. 1. .o .'.e time iat which thie new system of
s ,.. .g ,.'e kuowe-iotw but itI n,-." .'. i.iii S-t-nd. measures is to be adopted f
dre whitlihs-aTnd thas been ibug -. I 't 'li"I'"'- '"I s the whole kingdom of the Nether-
"ill ed r'i, by the trading part o U.: Ie -. 111,.'." l' I I lie introduction of these new mea-
nity. The tlhll i i appears -to be i i' 1 un,,.-, :, -- t. h are founded on the decirmil sys.
a sytem-s Which. -shallafraid a salutai;) si:,s|;" tentl,.will undutibtedly prove, ultimately a very
to the perpetration of fraud in the ',... '.-, r .,. i _- ':,t to all cla ses ofcitizens, though 4
ilhilj.it scrpiens froul persecuiion ithe sft.. 1.- it ihay be attended at first with ,omne inoon-
iI t t b..-i nl,-: A'se bv z, r .-.... : veuiencs s.s .

S p JSv\, coMrMUN'iWc.irlvow.
The Spanish Corttea have voted 800,00.000- -
rs. vs. tbr thi, vear's expense of their Nat y, F ire is a valuable Servant, but a most terrif
.,, : r those of the iWar I)part- ic Mister. We, are fricquenity shocked .,'I
f rn-,.i I .- \,.i is to b- 54,129 men itr:ngw-r accounts of its destroying ravages. I sertous-
.-.1, ,,I iI.0 121 composing lithe Swiss ly.believe that many p-ersons undertake ui a
s lReiments in the Spanish service. construction and care of dwellings who ,.
They have'also adopted a law project on iticompetent to thie charge. I'wi-h an lispec.
Patents, line object of which is to secure to tor of Safely wasappoin!,ed in every town,wilt
the Inventor, Improver, or introdric, of a new power similar to Fire warrdens in I I-re"
branch of industry, the tg.r hlie has to bis" towns. And as proper attention to the .4.i..
property, for'the period and under the cun- ty of those piacedd by P u -i--s .' ntinde oate
e .ditionis expressed in the l.,w. chlirge, is a i'ifih mira. r ,I, w -! w'ishl our
And several more articles of the law project Clergymen would all inbke a point of notic-,
relative to the Liberty of the Press, chiefly in1g this subject, at the conii .nit cneet, of e v
.'.-. ;-,:1-, "sIs writers abuse this Liberty by ery winter. HUMANII'V.
I I, l -I, ... principles, i d ,.-ul sul : +l-
e -ra-u ,c o .. i .:....,, of 1.: -r.,-, .. of the The number otf ..,'..i1- t '.i 0' I!. i.s, nOS is
s ,n.ii,,..i .I M onarchy,- .- I .- I tlo x. ... cr. h c sreasein .. 4.
cite rebellion, or to disturb tl,- ..'.i" ran- ......
"quility ; by ',directly urging I..e ....!-h to .MfRRIf,"
',,..,,-. the law or i,- ;.i.l. Auithorities y sIn thi toswa, Mr. Moses French,jr. to Ms% A-
provoking them to such ..-. ,I -.. by hi t Me. Leonard Ahlen to Mi s Ad.
l means of f e. ,t .. .. .-ii e ...1. 1,oty, by r L .
libels ag a .,- tie .. 0 ..- ,.:t ; f ,
S .l-...r i,.r., ..... I ., ,'. ,., i ,i i; i tf ;] -; .; l .
I.. r L i -.ll lei- anll.. ,t .t id e ,I l|.... *' \
awarded by the lavw *. tis, ,i f ,.f'ind.lrs i '; IT d'v
by 0't-.. i. to prove tVlie truth of their iln aitI -FIDAY, J. 5-A: up, .hsi Lepa sl from N. York,
iins imputations '; and the libelled have, Ibe .. .... i ... i-. .. .. ..... ..
sides, the right to prosectite itit, l i-bIleurs for i, l 'iii '' .. ,' I -. i ."h h ,,
is h i ii I_ L .,II I 's. I --, s,,.i- .i,.. r.
alum ny't y before the c.n ',- l i i I 1.,, i .. i.... ..u i..
i lt h A -L ,#. ,I h I tIt, ', 1 1in, r, i.- I.
This, however. does not extend to writings 1 Ii -.... s p., i, .
f pointing out, in become ing l isi s i. -c, the er ........ .,, ,. ,,, .,.- .,, i ,.
rors of Public Fuactonaties in the dischlargi'e nmon
e of their duties, or denouncing offences or plots i
against the state, if the writers prove the truth N. r I -I... .. i.,oh.ive
of their assertions or d. u,.iio.:;i ,,..- The Ssandy ti .. .. .. ..... I,.. ... i aibou 12 o'
epithets.with which are to be branded'the writ-. Ciott, s .,~h -. ,j ., .. i...i. s .. ..-I i,. I ortheear-
t i n g.s g i w h i c h t h e L i b e r tt y o f t h i e p r e s s i s a b t ns ag oS t'ed .
ng l whic. tle Liberty of the press is abus A letter frnm Lerhorn, Oct. 21, states li..r i. i,....- ,
ed in any of the ways mentioned as above, 'ire Barney, of tlis ortwis ildriven ,ahIre us. ..... .ii, ,. is-
determined by the law, sucl as Subveraisd, coas, i but had not sus detailed y datisage.
Seditious, '&c. in the 1st, d, or 3 1 deg-ree ; At C.quimho, Sep 2o,ishipC chesapeake. ..fh:,r.....
as also th:- l i II..--., t- i, or < .rti .r '. i' : ..l* i N. 'i .. .... 'atriot l-,. i I.-'.1
long est t r.ii ,.t I il.,.- cann.,t i" , .. ,,, ,.. ,i,'. ,, to sa ,,, .,., ,,,
ears for IlII- Ih -i t ls-,. to be inll ted for ,r.: i, ...,-, I. ,m Vslpar so, anl sail
those various offences. Writings against the edl Sept. 3, fir Limta. LUirdl ichsrae arivedi Ase. S24. to
el ttke sn ho-rd uiome Iu)nto,, air(t saiJtsd aeiai t 21bt ih P'erii,
lHads of Foreigtn Governments are included witl the fhllrwig vesis Si ,r -I,-.0- ,'rHs -.C -.,
in the class ofseditiotts Libels. .Printers are Manlin, Lauara ans a l-udeper .. P i... i -
to be responsible, if, the Authors being un- ..
known, they do not enable the 1 rI 'l -s'Il to Ai I .. :'. b, 11.- V i' ,i ,. hl- C's .l- -i j..-
find them out, except in ''- ,||,LI -1.. s- '' '... .: .', 1 l .>...
private individuals, Law 11:hi :i.r-.. to be ap- i.. ,' ., .... ....- .''- ,
pointed i) each Province for the purpose, or tine, ar. isaye a fiue; 1.1 ,e s... N...s s i ,1...,
the Syndics of the Town Councils, are to in.- Anle, Mtr Mll uei ,i .. ... ... il .
firm ex officio against tlhe ofenders. A copy At Cape iHaytien, t' 1,i, o1 .w r ..i..r,
of every paper or work printed in the P'rov- fre N. Orlians, to; 1-. .. ... ..... Ii. .,' I -. s
since, is to be sent to the Law Offi cer. Com- ,, ........ N. ..... -,....'- .,,,..
plaints against libellers are to be -latd before ,' i s..... m L i,...1 5... .. .. I A. I. .
one of the Constitutionad Justices, wlhoe duty f 'i, I ..' ', s .... I I ef. s.
it will be to assemble, without delay, the Ju-. No Ans vessels it v .1r ir I:m vv. IS-Thie ulltipejn-
iroe inentioned in subsequent articles,. idces,- ,f o Plyimitih, i-., r i ..i ed das sbelise..
r ri- CLsiidhil-ce. "t -,ii 1. i, 55'tI por, 5 i5 5 PouneeA
I 1r- -,, -."1 Cortes have abolished the rich r.,, 11i iii ,. i .. prt, was at
.M 11 ,,, e. ..I -, .,,,I have laid I. is ',I. estri' .- i b. .. ... l ., .-
tionsion, thie I-rn ,,r.- orders ..I .1 .il. C le '.' ., ,,'' .. .' i, '' '. t .... ',, L .
gy, that a considerable diminution, if ,ot a tliails I.iran'i r-Tu e .ie, .... s ,,,,, \ ,-s ,
total extinction of them, will be with in a fi:w a-. Outit, tr italii.iure Autoa, Samupson, ol Diixbary,.
fis ,.s, ; I ,- ,r 1" .tsl-lLe, tr i,
years effected thtrotighout the Spanish in:mar- ', W..' -... I .I effromSmyrna; E-iza
chy. In the debate oi tis subject, a memnt-er 0 nj 01.,- ,, ..11 s si, .1.
observed, w in .,.:., ,-.i. to the ... t i i-. ..-- .
by one of .he "1..,,,, I least ..,, Ih .. i .: ,"- '*-** ...' P..' .(or ew.:
measures should shockl the supcrstalOti s tcel- -I' '. .. L.,. ....
ings of the Nation, that the goveinient ..., nt Sav.al, 12 days,
which had shevwa so much fi3rmnbess in dsoolv.- ,, Crks iee, hig snei siSnw. Poitts,
ing RieKo's saritiy out h l. t-.l to h sits at in .t i .' h. .. r ,..
proceeding will) t equal resolution against tlie 4u ,' ';. .r ,, ., ,'- 't .. ..-
Monks and Friars., whose influence With the Clearsrsu, a3i, sp Iti ., i -i-...., ,,"i' ... '...-
people was oi lon ger to be feared in thi-s cli *pl"ol ; Br. r'. i- ..1 -. ,,,. ... .. i.. ,.I i,
lig-htened age." Even the power and influence u at .' ..'i,,,. L..o.iverpool ; bton P'oebe
"n f It .ta : b l e h aids r ,' ., II s ,. ,
of his Holiness the Pope, appears to be at a s-hs M-srm in l H .. .. i... -r.,. r L, ....,r .I [',.
low ebb in the Peninsula; as in reply to a mo- f t-- H,,'an ..-., ....... i...I..... '
tion made during the same debate, that a dj A .s. 4, .is la'as s rig Bor;e.1.. G.'. ..h.,I ... Ei..
Bull should be obtained fur carrying\'jnto ef- stoop Joseph, N Beiford. Cl,stime P61 y, Husse), of Nai
feet these salutary reforms. it was stated that t. .t ti,. .a er, Mes,. .Codmas,, ol en,
dulls shol uld be neither solicited nor regarded c. ....... ,,,,... ... .. -
at the present time, and were necessary only in A. lt.261h, brigs Cervantes, Gibraltar, 38 ; D Ir. ,tic, (of
I R Id a.ill Nost's k, i seth,. SArah, B ile-,,a- ,. s o0
the barbarous ages, when the Soveretignty bof rDo.-s, Ks-y, (si C,ps Cod) N. Y-,r. 6, with U.Sflag
tlite people was unknown ; and, in fact, whole. i sAnds'oi>t slsner, Thbe,. itnd Uilsi11, Fsllt ..e.- ....
Ars 27h1i, b-nssMar. & Sacria, Sio .i iI...
ly absolute in the universal spiritual and tem CAr, "..' & rh, s ,
poral power of the See of Ronme. .,. i .'. l .s .,. -:. f..., Br. ship Luhsr,.
A bill has been inttrdu ced for punishing' ... I"' i I ,i part) O d.- ,
vith death, as traitors, all persons, corispirin, I. 5 .. .. .. .., ,. hes, Ms. >and
directly, anid de/fcto, to .tsbvert tlie existing llri.iOihelil Mu i.1 ,ulr /, lesson, Smil ari Cra wtobrl.
sIUpt. I40l Mary l& Elsa, MitMw;n '. fr Wilmiigtoijlh asis
constitution of SpaiI n, i c Urcl or .stalte. lsino .l i Norl l. k st d ialltilore ,
Bests I -.l nte-r, of King-lisn, som W. Indiuls
The Cortes,it issaid wer, un nimosim n ,i .I' l.s sr t S Eij.a tht City. %ail y ilt eh, tol Col asset. I liars
the Florida Treailv. A ship of wi r ,v ,, .W .i'; fronm lhi p hove t>,ssetl tte| a coens, and gone ui tishe
tely dispatched- lo h:v n, with copy I l ., .. -.. .. i u -.. I. i. a .. ,,. ,, ,o
fled treaty, ansl with instlruciois tfor lthe 's-s al ct s- li'sit, t, .r firierlnsia, *saille 22't I
siA l f the Flonrids to Ith U 'J, As. Pt Wilnington. prerviu tsu 23|d, hoarttue AmerieMa,
-- Storyn s (or t euirnltl u.t ) I)alos Rioe, ; ils,. [I, Snilsl
ITtLY, &e7.; Brssnild ; Am. Hero, Ffelhi, Peillobslcit; Ot), Demalt,
IT11 Yo, C. iP urt iiiit) i, York.
An intelligent genitlemlan, reeentI from lte leare(li, br-,i Phoenix. niBehrlimi-, (ot f ii) w. Indie
South of Europe, has landed is the follow- ri, ,, P;W ,'. msatl Ks *ls iei ;lCroille i s*. Ry-ill. (,t.
itug remarks on thle present sta4 o01 ,I -, -,:. si i, sst Cole, for sti sior Ouaiial Far -
the result of his owa observation. ,- I (5l K nel) iermuds ; t iu, Kieit, Bass
It is difficult to ascertain correctly the state sc. Ioanrtpca. Sul e,i o-es, T r 1 ..:i,,
ofpolitics itn country v -where no one dare Brig Polly, L5ncolut, here r ..i.. ., off lhe
P~iht o ish a ssi-s.301i- s As s-sl ROSi slaM isehtester, anst
speak of them,and nothing is seen i iiprint but Ad'Ntiancid, Lssee, toilt dis. at the i oini, liarie river, 31st.
what the Government orders to be put there, Art. st Nrfottus, S2th, 1h1. HFenry, Davis, (oit' ss.nson)
but the general opinion seemed to be, thiat an : .- i balla. th, sell, i ,,. ..-
t-a i .... 5 i I t, li x, 5it,. i0tits -..
Italian war is likely to take place, and the fa- s.,'.. 'i ,, ', ,. swisea, i, ... .. 'sini,, craw-
votiritie nruinors of the dav were, that the au- sri.( ( ssarsliiner) .ii..I-, *, llsi'ssr, (
thority of sie Pope has dwindled into nathinig, sl trI8a,d2S, bd.toa.- lis .s. CombusRssof
and his estates likely to fill asacrifize to the. I- o H.mptntiiusl Rosds.28,th, scl. Washington, Robinson,
constltitutional system ; to avid which he is ""in aoli 5, isr Alexadtiil pia, ut it tir a pilt. 9lisels
cD.11a., M-syo, B-sits. 29. iaisn ship tash :& Adam, bounid
said to have applied foi assistance from .tAii' oit. Went to sea u28th, shit, Jsnei, trllos, e, Bitlu,.
tra--On thie other hand the Neapolitans ,.-. il, ...... .. Nwbtrsiort ;.s-:h. Ranger. ofM t
said to have declared their intention of enler- Sailed ,Iusu AI-,-a ia 30t, nrs--wiiipl ir, i from t lesny
in, the states of Lhe church, and ilarching di- Bernaihlsa csh.. Mlorni ow Star, v anler,(or t iHaiowel) St.
rect upon R;tme, th.e moment an Austrian re r Ti'a';r rSy en 4.t s.eno, flor ortla-, sl; op wal inueti,
iment enters the territory, and iti s uriversa.ly SOis, Vi tuy, H s, of Delm,,, t a ChOtlsiow iet. :
stated that the Nieapolitans are arming., as it BtAi.e 31st.
were en maste,to repulse the invasion which to c r'hstr. sell .Ltwrted s, tinrs-kett,of this port, for
till appearance threatens them A. -.5 lie Dwar, hiu p M-agot, Bristol, E. ltingpas-
Austria is to have an army of 80,000 men; s age ;hi.i Pieliudes. Gl'altar. -7.
Prussia is said to be marching 60,000 inlo It it; tesu Loin,5 tsr Monte Vieo, it-aild rom..
a!y, and Russia is expected to take part i:t the Ar. 2, sch. Almnirs,Sniow.(ofCoasss-t) Fretlericksbure'
War, whiichi, ho itever, has not jyet been de.- ; s i Ssally-Cok. Gro-er, (uf Pr,vincetuwn) iWa.sh-
car- d. t'i N C. i t,.iaviis n beer caps- ied in, gale, ier. 22.
clear ,d. 20 siris E. o' Ua!) Htir-a,. rPa d rghied again, with tha
The latest accounts from Naples state tha: Josist 33or i -..-.., -- ,. ,leek.
-- 5 Ihc inig M r,! ,o -v 5 O rnius, cleared "20.
all w as quiet in Sicily, but the -' C... ,, -, .there s i si,, h -, I a, l' t i I. ear Ne 1 ie-
look witl apprehension on -the present and fiu tbuh, olf isiurwiel, (wreked a 01t on, Boflh)wish ri g.
ture state of those countries, and scarcely cont- !.* &ce.; si5n11 Aler vi. Si2 insi Ci thi4, in -si>s.
sider property secure. p I siil ttslit c"u. (h .b ; s .I-t,,us ,. ,, st r
Portugal, Sicily and Napses are already fr'ee stusi, for Baltmi re. Up-s, h. f.. r,.-, ", oo,.
in SardAinia ard Savoy the fe-rmethation is fo Newht!ssa 3r'lnu' H slisa tt slad tbre. rto r; G t ytow ncsl.
said to be at its height, and it may fairly be le., i o lis prt; si. Ma ',Shote mineler. r
conjectured that the constitutional mtnia is ia iss t* Nassey, Freww, st.s.er.s ,32, -i. E. usials. 2.
hkely to spread in despite of all the efibrts oF s s ussS... r- e. AIsi Iis t^ a-
thlie despotic monarchs. sr, -ior Neoihryi>,,i ; sloop tSitseeskiisis hene for N-w
It has ill along been the p licy of A-ustria ',\ Is.n 't a; t aslet-l, I.tahiss,. i r,,o ns ico, 20, 'o) tV w-
to withdraw the native troops fiom Ily. re. I .. -1 e ts H.nsd. ii. fuso Ns.lv. ac- bri2 g
placing them by Austrians, who W -re verve ill ," aled, ic sitn,.o, .... isu ri m ic, e C.stes, ior
receiv' s, and nothing but maut force keeps r *05t Eserus.arts.. u .s ,, Onus York .
the country quiet- 'l'he public emnploytieiits nil, u ''. lti iste. rigs /e isneir, E]ilw i, Surn.in, i,-
are also encrusted .In CG rians5. oi. .eC-xe ir ; t 'isi F.aiu, taSlir. Fiavc ror wis cisse ;
The Carbonari are a secret fraternity, in-lc s- Z u-.. F-t i lO s tgtsuelos i i otrt s is)s3s tniis
touted a the e time lthe Prench were in poise.s o eli. h ', nl it'uit s Ba d str do. supposedd i'u be thie Jusphl
sion of Italy for the purpose of pls-)c'rin ,>g i!he"r ,sc s-i F-nkl:,tP, toser(. Fr.ederveaishl isv 05(,n
expulsion, antd the cotnsi qisent frt-edorrm of thlie ., ".. s ,* .. from Ti|dd tulr Biittul it. I his
country ; -hSyir '-s not beinit directed sto y.1 .r t t ii & sr I sin "n r
particular state, but airing at the ifidlpert. I S.,ste ui sire ,la si, gpr a he, e ls. ysi
ence of Italyi. At this day lthey are ver.- ,sut. isl- s.siil,> assul sontmpetesl 1s iiirow toer a gsroeat ta uof
merous and powerful, and tleir itr .ltsce is ,-- s tor C.s te.
extetnduled to all parts o,.-the cor entry. 4 ,.- -. 5. I i-, r. -,. rp c v
It is supposed sllau 'rt sia is by o an .. ,, I rig R'solution, Hophins, (o
in a setcled atale. .,,- 1. ,; r5, E55, foe be ,',..., .__-
LrnE a sle m itu.-

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1. t

TIESDn., inA. 2,
A bill to establish a Uniform System ra
.Bankruptcy, was passed to a 2d reading. I
13is similar to a former bill.
Mr. WI .l.., of Ten. offered a Resolv
-for -xtendtng the Judicial. Authority of t h
1t. S. over Missouri. He said the tenitowia-
Courts had been discontinued-and uow, if a
Indian were murdered, the mail robbed, pub
lic money purloined, or treason committed
there was no Court there to punish the crime
Mr. Mates was appointed on the Judiciar-
.Committee,-vice Mr. Burrill.

A tesohution was offered with a view of
givingfixed salaries to our Commissionera
and Agents under the Treaty of Ghent.
A Resolution was offered to obtain a state
Inent of the French and American Tonnage
employed in the intercourse between the U. S
and France in 1816, 17, 18, 19, and 20.
A Resolution was offered with a view tm
requsirun of public officers a periodical set-
tlement of their accounts under the penalty o
forfeiting their appointments.
Mr. Rica, of Vt; after some remarks on the
subject, submitted a Resolution to instruct
the Com. of Commerce and Manufactures tc
prohibit (except for tlhe export trade) the im
portation after the day of- of all
Distilled Spirits and Malt Liquors ; all manu.
features of Wool, or of which Wool shall con.
stittite a component part ;-all Cotton and
Flaxen Goods, or of which either Cotton or
Fl-x shall constitute a component part, viz.
Sheetings; Shirtings, Counterpanep. Table
Cloths, Stripes, Checks, Plaids, Ginghams,
Chintzes, Calicoes, and Prints of all deacrip
tions,tHosiery, Cotton Yarn, Twist, and Thread,
-all kinds of Glass Ware and Window Glass ;
-all Iron in bars, rods, sheets,castings, spikes
'and nails ,and all manufactures of Sheet I.
ron, or of which Sheet Iron shail be, a mate.
rial of chief value;--all manufactures ofLead,
Copper or Tin ; all descriptions of Paper ;-
all manufactures of Leather, or of which
Leather shall constitute a component part :-
-all descriptions of Hats and ready made Cloth-
ing ;-and said Committee to consider of an
Excisa onr the Domestic Articles to be substi-
tuted fior those prohibited.
Mtr. Stou Rs complained that an agent had
been continued under the Ghent Treaty, al-
though the appropriation had been withheld;
he was uncertain how hlie had been paid-and
an inquiry was directed.
Mr. Warfield laid on the table a Resolu-
tion for priA.ting 5000 copies of a Treasury
Report containing a list of certain persons vwho
have not settled their accounts.

Mr. Cannon submitted for consideration a
resolution, calling for a minute account re-
specting the Military Academy, its cost, how
many Cadets had served their country, how
much the Cadets had been paid, &c.
The resolution yesterday submitted by Mr.
Burwell, directing an enquiry into the expedi.
ency of fixing by law the salaries of the per.
sons attached to the commissions under the
Treaty of Ghent, &c. and that 'submitted by
Mr Smith, of Mary!and, calling for certain
information, were agreed to. '
The House pr..cco-ded to consider the bill
in addition to the several acts making provis.
ion for certain persons engaged in the land and
naval service of the United States in the Rev-
olutioitary War, and
Mr.Hardin moved to amend it by adding to
it the following sections:
:Se:2. .17.. be it further enacted, That no
perisioner u,,der the aforesaid acts shall be
astracken from the rolls, who; upon giving in
the schedule of his property as is therein di-
rected, shall be worth less, after deducting
his debts, than:- dollars.
Sc. 3. Ahnd be. it further enacted, That
every pensioner who has, under the act of the
1st of May, 1820, been stricken from the pen-
sion roll, shall be placed again on the pension
roll, if application shall be made by him, if,
upon examining his schedule, he is worth less
than -- dollars.

On motion of Mr. Baldwin, it was
Resolved, That the committee on commerce
be instructed to enquit'e whether, in their o-
pinion, any further measures are necessary to
be adopted for the due enforcement of the ex-
isting revenue laws.
2 That tile committee of commerce be in-
structed to enquire into the expediency of
making, any alteration in the existing laws
Which 'relate to the verification of invoices, or
to manuifests of goods' imported from foreign
3. That the committee of commerce be in-
structed to entire into the expediency of ma
king any provision by law for Ithe due-enforce.
ment of the provisions of the,art entitled An
act supplementary to an act, entitled an Act
to regulate the collection of duties oni imports
Sand tonnage," passed the 2d day of March,
4. That the committee of Ways & Means
be instructed to enquire, anud to report to t is
House, whether, in their opinion, the perma-
nent revenue is adequate to meet the expen-
ses of this government.
5. Thna the committee-of Ways & Means
be instructed to enquire whether any means.
ures may, in their opinion, be necessary to in.
crease the revenue, and if so, to report the
measures to this House.
6S. That the committee of Ways & Means
be instructed to enquire into the expediency
of prohibiting or imposing additional duties
on the importation of foreign spirits, and im.
posing an ercisag on id..me-tic dlist..td spirits.
On motion of Mr. II. lnore, ii an
Resolved, That the committee on the Dis-
trict ofColrumbia be instructeil to inquire into
time expediency of providing by law to secure
mechanics and others, payment for their labour
and materialsa in erecting any house or other
buildings, within the District of Columbia,by
giving them a lien tha-rion.
The Speaker laid before the house a letter
frnm the Secretary of War, transmitting, in
pursurance of a resolution of the Houseof Re-
presentatives of thie 20th December last, a re.
poat of the number ai stati.ni of all the mil-
itary posts ins the United States, and of the
distribution of the army, designating the num-.
ber and grade of the officers, and the number

The Hquse .the, m1n motion of Mr. Cobb,re-
sonved itself into a committee of the whole on
the state of the U--ion, Mr. Nelson ofVa. be-
ing called to the chair, and the resolutions
submitted by a1-. Cobb, at an early period of
the session, proposing a.reduction of various
branches of the public expenditure, were takt

en up
SMI Gobb rode d address .lthe house in
an antiasted speech of considerable length in
suppot'df the general principles of'his propo.
sitions, His speech occupied nearly 2 hours.
When hie~~ailuded. at 4 o'clock, taie com. 1
mittee rose, reported pxog'r.s, aoti the Houtse

said dy of a -nd shall pen
and examrce the votes then returned as aforesaid
Massachusetts Convention. 0-i shall, as soon as e sy be, e.i f,- to his excel
lency the governor, and also toc iti general court
------- e number ofvotes so returned for and asgina
SATUtRDAY, a.A5. 6, 1821. each of the said articles oft-menomett.
The following Resolve was adopted :- 4. That each ofthe asid articles shall be -onsid
f ?eeolved--That it is expedient so to alter and ered as a distinct amendment, to be adopted in th'
t amend the Constitution as to provide, it at every whole, or rejected in the whole, as the people shal
niailecitizen oftwenty one'years ofage and upwards, think proper. And every person qualified to vot
e except paupers and 'persons under g ianship, as aforesaid, may give his vote on each article as iie
S who has resided one year within the Gammon- signaled by its appropriate nember,wiltioutspecify
wealth, and within the town or district in which he "ing his ballot the contents of the articles, and b:
shl claim a right to vote, six calendar months, annexing toeach number the word TEs, or BO, o0
next preceding anvy election--and who shall have any oiher words that may signify his approbation o
paid, by himself, parent, master or guardian, any disapprob-tion of the proposed amendment: or he
state or county tax, which may have been assessed may give his vote on all the articles, or any number
upon him within two years next preceding such of them tog-ther, at his election, without being re
Selection, within any town or district of this Com.n- quiredt to vote separately and'specfically -upon each
monwealth, or whoby'la, shall be exempted -firom of them- And every article that shall appear to l'
taxation, shall have a right to vote in the election approved by a majority of the persons voting there
of civil officers, on, according to the votes returned and certified a
The resolution reported by the select corn- aforesid, shall be deemed and taken to-be ratified
f mittee on the subject of Harvard University, and adopted by the people. ti th
had a second readin and was ao5.That a printed copyof these resolutions, with
had a second reading and was adopted, the articles amendment subjoined, shall be attes
The time assigned for the fitst readingtof ted by the secretary of this convention, and trans
the -,s-.luvori.n respecting the preamble and mitted,as soon as may be, to the selectmen of ever;
declaration ofrights, having arrived, that su'o. town and district in the commonwealth.
ject was taken up-the-first resolution of the A-rticl. Tile political year shall begin nonth
report was read, and the disagreement of the 'first .In ', A ,,fl,,y insteadoftlielast Wed
committee of the whole concurred in-the sec- nesd:ty ..i '' A : 1 the Georrtl Court shall as
ond resolution v/as read and passed to a ee- se.hle everyyear on the said'first Wdnesdsy o
anod reai-tttion was ra e to s- uiary, and shall proceed at that -session, to mak-
S ond reading ie third resolution wasread l all iteeleitions, and to do all the other acts, which
and Mr. 'Childs, of Pittsfield, introduced, as are by the constitution required to he made ani
an amendment, the proposition which he offer- done at the session which has heretofore conmmen
ed, and which was very fully discussed, in ced on the.last Wednesday ofMay. Andthe Geno
committee of the whole-this amendment was eral Court ,hat AliIit.l i ,:.n the day next pre
advocated by the mover, Mr. Tillinghast, of ceding the Fi. .i e-.l.e-4.l a f January, without
Wrent am, -and Mr. Lincoln, of 'BostQn-the any proclanmition, or other sRt of :.he Governor.--
question on the amendment was an motion it B Rt nothing herein containedl shall prevent' the
S oGeeral Cnurtfiom atsstoibling at such other times
Mr. Childs taken by yeas and nays, and deci- as they shall judge necessary.
ded in the negative, 136 yeas, 246 nays-the The Governor, Lieut. Governor, and Counsellors,
3d resolution was, after some firtiler debate, shall also hold their respective offices for one year
passed to a second reading. 211 to 72. next following the first Wednesday of January.
The fourth resolution, from the considers- The meetings for the choice ofGoverno,. Lieut,
tion of which the committee of the whole was Governor, and Senators, shall be held on the seec
excused, was read and the'fiurlher considers-. cond Monday of Nov. in every year, instead of the
tion thereof was, on motion of Mr. Sturgis, of first e lMod1 of April.; an I 'the member of the
Boston. indefinitely pospoed. House of lepresenttives shall also be hosen at
ston indefinitely postponed. the same meetings; but the meetings may be ad.
aThe fifth resolution was read and passed to jotrned, if necessary, for.the choice of Represen-
a second reading. ttives to the next day, and gainn to the next sue,
The disagreement of the committee of the ceoding but no further. Provide, hAowev.r, that
whole to the,6th, 7th, 8th and 9th resolutions, such town, or towns, and districts, as are or may
was concurred in by the convention. be united for lihe choice of a Representative, may
The following resolutions were then read hold their meetings for that purpose, at such time.
for the second time and adopted, viz :- and in such manner .- tih (ytl.-i.,I lo'nrtet. .!i i.:'e.
Resolved, That it is proper and expedient fur. after direct.
their to amed and alter the constitution so as that All the other provisions ofrfthe constitutionresee.-
part which invests the legislature with power to ting the elections anl d proceedings ,it the members
enjoin ideinduviMla--an attendance on public wor- nf the General Court, or of any other officers or
shipmay be autled and rendered no longer obli- Prsons whatsoever, t hat hvereference tothe last
gainry lie le'tedl ,i io l Mty, 'at :.- commencement if the
Resolved, That it ie proper and expedient faur.h- i c, shall be so tr al t -er ed s to have Ie
there to alter and amend the constitution so as to like reference to the first Wednesday toif Ja
provide, that as tile happiness of a people and the This article fhatl gn into operation front a d at'r
goodiordlerand preservation of civil governfmeut, es- and the GovernoR, Lieut.Geoverort, Clthe i lss,
sentially depend upon piety, religion, and morality ; Senatoersn d Representatives, and the Secretary,
sand as these cannot be generally diffused through a and the treasurer if the Commondweigth, who shdI
community but by the institution of the public wor- be chsen forn he,'ear one thoueal eight hmdred
ship of God and ofpubli c instruction in piely, .re.- until i ne t s Wedneshally old Jaheir. in the eir one.
legion, end morality ; therefore, to pro raote i the st Wednesday in the year onethe
happiness,anl to secure thegood order an l pres-i- thousand eight hundred and twenty Iaid the
vaion of (heir government, the peopi-of this Coin- fit election of the Governor, Lieut. Governor,
rmotwealth heve a right to invest their le-gis large [Counsellors ] Senators, ando Representatives, to be
with power to authorize oand require, and the legis- hal isn virtueeofthst articles hall be had on the sec.
Is rore shall, from time to time, authorize and 're ond aMod:ay of November, in 'the year one thous-
quire the several towns, parishes. precincts, sid- and eight hundred and twenty
other bodies politic, and religious societies, incorpo. rIte Convwentioin, anuar y 6, 18i21.
rated ad unincorporated. to make suitable roi- the tie committee amendsre nt of the consider
ion at theiron at their own expense for the institul:ion 'of the
public worship f Geil, an for the support ani shall go into cfent, after they shell have been rati-
maintll nce of ptiblic christi n tebche-s ofpietv fled by the people, ask leave to report tihe follow-
relignn and morality, in all c sea where such pro-. ing resoto ti,.
vision shl not he mn-dce voluntarily. Resolved. That the article of the an snudmenis
Provided notwithstanding, that the several towns, which relates o the commetlEncraien of the po-
parishs, precincts, ati oh,-r bodies politic, and re.- litic: yeair, shal, ifadpted ti rati red by tie peo-
ligioa societies, incorpor.led and uuinorporated, pie, go into operation from and after the first Wed-
sball,at all times hive the exclusive- right ofelect- nesday of Jo nuary, in the year one thousand eight
ingtheir ..uilic .he..-,Iti .nd of cntrsaeting with hundreds and twenty two; aud that the farst
thiemc for : h-ir-,- m ,-,,t...e.I election of the governor, lieutenant governor, sena.-
Rtesoaved, That it is proper and expedient fur. tortsad representatives te t i,-i ... i..- ,.S qt i,,
there to .nil ..,r, t i- contrstiation, io as to r ricle, at hu ll be had on the o c-..-i! 4.-.Id- e ,o
provide, t,-, i-,y I ,:rs- -shall have a right, in member, in the year one ti ti.:,lti nid ciI,,l.. ..
criminal prosecutions, to be fully heard in h' in de- amnd twenty.-And hatIallotherartictes o ,mendl-
fence, lt.i iI r,, l -i his ouiiHSem. mett shall go into operation, ifadoipted oid ratified
Hian, Mr, Fay, ofCambridgoe, proposed the w by thie- people, as soont aa the result of their votes
rni .r the, or brison r t hfreon are d udeclaredeand made known in the man-
T, iia g r.e: 3-hit-i, which was read, referred ner prescribed by this convention.
tr. ) ce.mrmte oi 1 e whole, and made the or- (I'll \RLIS I \t K-lON C i,. hri-an.
der of the day for Monday next, at 11 o'clock, This r-pnrt1 h., -. m ,ni ..I ...i ,-, ,.r
Vi-t- ed to be [p:lr'.l itr los -A u.. ..flh: rri.iul.lt,.
Resolved, That it is expedient to alter the third
article ofthe declaration ofrights, so as to. provide, ,.-- ,--. --,...
that all monies paid by the sut4jec for the support 'e o TrE tLA ItuM
of public worship, ansd of the public teacher, of pie- FOR TIE PALLADIUM.
y, religion and orlity, shall, if he request it, he
applied to (he public teacher, or te-chers, if any, H110 WA D BE./s EVOLE E T SOCIETY.
on whose instruction he attends, whether of the --
same or ofa '- different sect or denomination from AS the public will, TanIs Evusrto, be scaled up-
that in which the money is raised, on to contribute their aid to this Society, the follow.
Rev. Dr. Baldwin, of Boston, offered the ing extracts from their last annuall Rt-port, not hav-
followitig resolution, which was read. and re- insg before appeared in print, may be gratifying to
ferred to the same committee of the whole, as some of your readers :-
that offered by Mr. Fay.o, viz:- ~i The Committee of sthe Hotearid Benevolent
Resolved. I hat it is expedient to alter the third "Sciety in presenting this ninth Amtual Report of
article of he declaration ofrights, sosato provide, therlu trsavactusns, have the msata-clson to state,
th.t whenever any person shall become a metsbetr that hunoler the amenle ofa kie d tProvidence, and
of oy so-. c, i~ety, arpo..-ste thous-utndeogot- h nlbt-movgh the agency ofa fev ascie indp itosle,h vs-l
f any religious society, corporate or incorporate, w te s e pointe l a committee to solic
within this commonwealth, such membership shall wer er la t yena ap point, a 'comi ee to solicit
be eertifi.d by committee ,f-such society, chosen aubsritions nd donationa a consider ble addition
f-.* this pit pose, and;gf-ed wit, the clerk of the taawn iss h-en -maie to the funds of the Society' It af-
c hie boe, suadihersnd sall faeofsl thie town fordsi them npeculihar pleasure to notice the increased
wh, rei he dwells, such- person shall everr after favou ler And cofitence w the So eiety nspres in
wards be exempted from taxation tlao the support fanour an co o emnrc the m ot Soe insprein
ofpalic aets f religion adfromtin eney other relsgi- the pnhic mined, while, at thle same time, theyaret
ofs c erpra i on whatever, so in every her shall con- insensible of the augmented responsibility which
tine such membeti rship. shall hence devolves upon them, in dischargLng their of.
tMonde fosrareco nsidehir ation of er a-By duthe's etsuier's accounts, it st aea
Monday next, move for a reconsideration of that the last year's dishoursmiens for the relief of
the vote, passed this day, adopting the reso- tie poor amount to S623 93. In addition to this
lutipn w ich proposes to alter tlle constitution sunm there are o102 80 exp-oded by your commit-
so as to providee, that every person shall tee, which are not yet' dawn.-from the treasury,
have a right,'in criminal prosecutions, to be making in all S726 73
fully heard in his dftence by himself and hiis The seasonable relief which has hoen thmus at-
counsel forded to various descriptions of sufferers, has been
Mr. Ellis, of Dedhan ,f-nt the committee acknowledged with many. thanks, and we believe
Mr.Ehpisy ofDedll fo the col m ittee has often beet followed with fervent prayers to
on the pay roll, reported the roll as made up, Heaven foe a i blessing on their ienefauetors. The
inclusive of Monday next. micseasincreasing evidence of the, great 'usefulness of this
Attendance of the delegates, S50,800, Society,induces your committee tc recommend it to
Travel, 5,124, yotr constant patronage and support. It has been
--. the continued entdes-vour of your committee to
Whole amount, 55,924 make a proper distinction between the neri torious
Hon. Jnudge Jackson, of Boston, chairman- and the vicious sufferers whose cases required their
of the committee for reduicing-the amendments attention ; and.while, on some occasions, they have
to form, made further report on that subject, felt eonstr..inted to relieve the wants neofthoae fami-
and also reported ehe following resolutions ltea wahans calamities might be traced to the impru
lIt the Convatusthia of the Delegatot of she pen- thience or vice of some of their'members, they bave,
plu t.,li Gurvte,,tot of the third Wedtnebday at the sati time, endeavoured to detect .asid re-
ofN..',,iter, b le. i, iPt. ,-.,. ,,, .h thousand eithiu. move he haneful cause, as far as possiblethis has
dred and tienal, f-.i ih.- purpose 0f rei,,g a bd .een consiered in essential branch r, il.eu- du.- .
- ,, ,-,.i l,,,g ih ti .l,i,,lm ,..,i of this Com mnnwealth, "d lhey r,,ili,,e ti.- r e ti,,I r .l..r-u r.e Il,e
pursuant to an5 .t of the General t;oo., passed on nrsts, and .t-..- I, i, Cf'.- ri-.id, ife youd bond-

ventiouand whhahsi- numirednpgressv,.l,fo ity n--hethtineadviene d e sort
th o ,he sxtnitayofn urin the y et o ftsle n pet y to imprt the most Usetll inslroetion,
theso.r d, r T heati the fdoltiuinarticlnsiof amend- roshe w havereoncdl acompaieg do theireacigte gnt
yurtof thiope, in C heotitu er ofreinath e o towest, eNolra av ynforru ctthee weeding irthf ianp p ret-

wsichav hi-emeetins m bel and upoe bythiseon- vieit tno the c a iimdre o intitts tha they
vontie dyfAi exa which as-cnumbredprev-ymeet- Th ae mselvneison w ier e esthrnugh to e imeorta

geall theiohsbitaintsqualiti edoto vote for sena gers This Evenin, by Professor EoiRnTTo at hale past
nr representatives in the General Gourw, may give 6 o'clock, at tlia Old Souith Meeting House ; and it
in their votes by ballot, for or against each of the is believed that the meeting need only se stated to
said artfloes.of amendment. And tie Selectmen of insure a full a tce
sitripct e in m n obe i w ni soe n Tofe t y ch n imlr y o stimote toe importance of
of the inhabitants, for and against each of the said thie vet whoa t ae the disposal of its funds, or

articles ;and the clerks of the said towns and dis- whno in their walks of wsefthnes,'. are accustomed
tricts shahh record the sail votes, sad true returns to visit the alsodes oh wretcherless. Wetrust that
thereof shall be made out tinder bhe hands of the inany of our citizens, who feel for the sufferings of
Selection, or thai- injot- pat of shin, aid the others, bat whose calls ofbusiness sill not allow
clerk tn; an tha Selecm.enr shspr inotose, and shd them stucient leisure to investigate the cases of the

deliver tlie said t uins sto the Sheriff of Ithe con- Poor, wilt ponsider it a privilege to deposit a portion
deliver thn fifeend rays toaf the said meetinof gshe co of their tbstaaee in the hands of those, whose duty
btye byhim transmitted toer the d of the Setinegs, t requires a partiular inquiry into the wants fall
tsry ofthe Commonwealth, on or before the who receive their aid.
day of next ; or the Selectmen shall them.-r
selves transmit the same to thetaid (ffice,sn or be. The I legislature of Georgia have repealed
fore the day last mentioned, the Law giving 25 per cent. damages in case
3. Resolved. That a committee of this convention the Banks should refuse Specie, as it regards
hall ,,-.lt ,I t.4l itate House, in BQaop, on the hthe U S8, Bank,









J erenglanr paUatium.

BOsToN, TUESDAY, JAN. 9, 1821.


TESTERDAY forenoon, on motion of Gen.

Ordered, That the thanks of this Conven.
tion be presented to the Hon. IsAAc PAnRKsE,
for the exertions, attention, and ability, exhib-
ited by him whilst he haspresided over iheir
deliberations :
The same being read by the Secretary it
-passed by a unanimous vote, and it was order-
ed to be recorded as having sopassed.
To this the President replied as follows :
-Gentlemen of the Conienotntn,
I have received, with great sensibility, the testi-
mony of your approbation of my conduct as your
President, on the motion of a gentleman whose
!long public servicesin high stations, andmwhose able
exertions in ,this Convention, entitle him to the res-
pect ofhis country.
I was not deceived i) anticipating that faithful
endeavours to discharge the duties assigned me by
your choice, would be received with candour, al-
though ry inexperience should occasion errors and
My relianee-'hon the-atfviceof gentlemen;whdse
talents have been long practised in the forms iof
regulating deliberative assemblies, 'was not -mis-
placed -- firm them I have .received powerful aid
and support To thnse gentlemen I tender my
thanks lor sharing so largely in the labour of pre-
siding over your deliberations. ,I
T6o aIl I oft-r my respect anod:gratitudefor that
order and decoioim which, in ,o numerous an as-
sembly,could have been maitiiained only by individu-
al courtesyand respect for the character of the peo-
pie whom von represent.
Gentlemen -I congratulate you upon t'he ap-
pl ,o:i -i.4., h ppy termination of your arduous
,5.,i' '. I lie impiitance ifsour work, will not,
by an intelligent Feople, be tested by its visible
product in actual changes of the Constitution.
We wre sent here to revise a Constitution -dear.
to the People, and to amend only-whereM amend-
ments eboull be found nec,-ssary.
The reluci nt spirit with which the People sent
as here, has been duly estimated. You h,,ve given
the Constitution a faithful revision in ill its p.rts;
and have left its great principles and chief organi-
-zatinn oundistured. Tihe work of preservation, if
less d ficu, is not le is not important, than the work of
When posterity shall see that the frame of gov-
ernment, which was formed by the great men who
composed the Convet.tion of 1780, was carefully and
,critically ret-vised by those who constitute hii %v,m-
bly in 120, it .will hbe difficult to shake itltir .oii.
deuce in a system whtch will come to ',lm nso re
Gentlemen-If you have seen disadvantages in so
numerous a representation of the People, for pur-
poses like those about which you have bern enga.
ged, it sibttld not be forgotten that they will be
cniattr'blanced by the general confidge-nce which
'the opinions of so numerous a body will be likely to
Every town ant district, with one or two except.
tions, within out- populous and flourishing Common.
wealth, hs hadl an opportunity to be heard by its
Delegate, upon the interesting questions which
have been discussed These Delegates will carry
home to th-ir Constituents the reasons and argn.
menats which led to the recommendation of any
'change, as wellt is those which prevented the adop-
tion ot stch as may tlvve been desiredd by some -
The Pophil will thus be able ioj dge, upon a full
kniiwledge of all the motives which have.had tneir
inflitunc, in this assembly-and will decide with an
intllig. nce worthy of their character and their ad-
Thitthe harmony, good feelings, and conciliatory
temper, which hive pritvailed here, may extend
through the Commnuwealih, is my ardent desire
antd prayer Tihat Party Spirit, whose crest, I --m
proud to say, htas not been, on this occasion, raised
vhlin these walls, mroy be found to h ,r- i piarit, i
from our Commonwealth, sad to hat, lel'., in ns
pace, muntu good will, 'nd a genuine love ofcoun-
try, is, 1 have no doubt. the sincere wish of us all.
I pray thi Almighty Preserver of Communities
xnd Men, le ti you may oil return in safety to your
fasoilies and friends-carrying with you, and find.
ing there, health, peace and happiness ;--and that
yqur children's children may have occasion to bless
your memories, tot t-e higacy of Law, Liberty and
Prosperity, which, having received from your fath-
ers, you have not only preserved inviolate, but will
have tr! ismitted, secured and improved, to the
generations which succeed you.
The Convention proceeded to consider the re-
poet of the Committee appointed to reduce into
form the. amrinmirnts agreed upon by this onven-
tion Tihe 4;h i-solutiun of which was recommit-
ted, anti hf ri nsaider were ordered to lie upon
the table fir th:'- present.
ThV following Resolve was read the 2d time, and
passed as mendeld. viz.
ltes*lved. That it is exp-dient to amend the
Cost. in the Declaration -I Rights, so as to pro.
vide tht no person slia. be subjected .to trial for
sanycriron or o ffence, which, ot conviction, may
expose hm or her tn imprisonment o .ignominious'
punishment--Alut iy priesentment or indictment of
a Grand Jury--except in cases wlich are or may
be otherwise provided for by the statutes of this
The Resolve respecting ,he election of Sheriffs
by the legal voters in file different Couneties in the
Conimonwealth, was referred to the saiie Cornm. of
the Wliole, sho have until r consideration the mo-
tions of Dr. Baldwin Andi Mr. Fay.
The following Rlesolve was also referred to the
same corn viz.
Resolved, That in c:,se any Member chosen to
the Council Board, shall not attend personal-
ly to take the oaths, and subscribe the Dec'larations,
which may tie r, qired by the Constitution bofnre
the Legislature at the session thereof at which he
shsll be elected, he may take and subscribe the
same before the Governor, before the Lt. Guv. and
any one or more- of the Council, who shall have
beerr previouslyquilified.
The following Resolution was considered.
RESOLVED, that the article of the amendments,
which relates to the commencement of the political
year, shall, if adopted and ratified by the People,go
into oper.ition from and after the first Wednesday
of ,-Jninin theyear 1822-and that the first election
of tov sentatives, to be hadil in virtue of that article, shall
be had on the 2d Mond y of Nov. in the year
182t. The above Resolution was recommitted.
The Convention went into Committee of the
W hole opon the '.--.I.r....... ..1 H Baldwin, h Mr.
Pay. At the usual hoaur of adjournment for the
forenoon, the Coimmnittee rose-- reported they had
adopted the Resolution of XIr. Fay-and requested
leave to sit againi.
The Convention then adjourned fnr about an hour
-when it met again-aid continued in session till
late in the evening.
The Pay Roll us to be made up including this day
-when the Convention will probably dissolve it-

-------- 0000 ------
Mr. STAITsCunT, who has brought the rati-
flied Treaty from Spain, was informed by Mr.
RIca, who received the Treaty from our Am-
bassador, that the ratification was unquali.
fiedjanid entire, having no appendant conditions
or reservations."
Lieut. Parke G. Howle h-is been appoint-
ed adjutant and inspector of the Marine Corps
in the place of Mij. Samuel Miller, who has
tendered his resignation.
It is calculated that by the Census now ta-
king the population of the United States will
be found to be about ten millions. In 110
it was 7,323,903.
A Mrs. Gammett, of Sharon, has applied
for a pension, uuder the revolutionary pension
law-having served three years in the army,
under the name of Robert Simrtliffe, and re-
ceived three wounds. Since she left. the ar-
my she has been married and is the mother
of 7 children. She is now in her 62d year.
. We understand that best sip-ihfine flour
was offered in pur market on Saturday, aL four -
dollars pert barrel. 1'hil,, 1 Pa. Jan 2.


MR. & .11i.. BARNES.
"WE congratulate the public on the engage.
menur of onr two special favourite's, and .greet
theirarrival -with a cheerful and liberal wel-
comei. We anticipate, by their exertions, a
souhd stock to the Drama ; and the Manag-
ers will now feel a confidence in their invita
tions to i.,ti t.utl;r. and open their doors will
the full conviction of crowded and fashiana.
ble assemblages. Mrs. BAnRES will open with
Isabella; a part by nature and study peculiar.
ly adapted to her genius, and well fitted to
those exquisite expressions of tenderness and
effect so remarkably and so characteristically
her own.--CoiT.xss' ODa will be recited uponm
the occasion, and it is but feeble praise to say
that we have not heard it-, as a whole, surpas-
ed by any who have as yet attempted it, there
is an uncommon share of truth in her delinea-
tions, and notwithstanding' her conspicuous
talent in thiegentle and tender affections,yet
.she frequently surprizes with a boldness and a
astiir.fth ltn exhibition totally unlocked fbr,
tind rir.t s .l t in simple recitation.
We feel assured a crowdedH audience will bear
testimony to this.; a..il i a 'i" i lii t"iy assurances
.freely welcome her a.,ipe,rr.-.re A itli .i.

PORT Au PiltCE, ,s-c. 12
"' Coffee is nov plenty, and the average price
for the last week has been 33 sons or 23 dol.
lars per 100 lbs. on board. We are inuildat.
ed with American produce.
TheEn.mprs -s, ind Ma.iam'? Dne'-alire yes-
-terday entcrtd the tlv.n in r:ipi'it ) : they
weae sent by the President on board one of the
R- pblhcan .-.--eli om the Cape. They are
triet al will; r-p,eci try the people, but in
future w ill be ci,,m.iderd as simple citizens."

CANTON, (okeo,) Dvc. 14.
lDistressing Accident.-On Wednesday night
last, the 7td inst. a young man named Joepuh
Atugusdne, son of Mr. Baltsze Augustine, of
Oznaburg township, whilst citrl-p.ig under
the bellohI s- in Longiess Fiurn ice, in.search of
a bottle, v i. c tu ght by duie sutrinp, which in.
stantly tore hs lsh:aid from In: bod).

cAILratiTso, (s. c.) sic. W27.
The' brig Cervantes, Capt. W rITE, arrived
at this port on Christmas Day, in 38 days
from Gibraltar.
Tis1o\ was in a very disturbed state-every
thing in that country wore a gloomy aspect
-an Austrian army of 80,000 men was threat-
ening to invade it.-Many strangers ofdistinc-
iaon, from England,, have recently arrived
there.--Sicily had followed the example of
Late accounts front the South of France in
dictated a very considerable degree of uneasi"
ness and dissatisfaction, as prevalent there;"
and a change in the affairs anticipated by many.
The Algerines and Tunisians were at war
-an Algerine fleet was off Leghorn in Oct.
It was reported at Gibraltar that they had
captured some. American vessels, and our
squadron, in consequence, left Gibraltar im-
mediately, to look into the business. A Dutch
squadron passed uap the Straits in Oct. to pro-
tect their merchant vessels.
Business was brisk at Leghorn, in conse-
quenIce of the new tariff adopted by tile French
Government on Ameracan bottoms. Coffee,
Pepper, Pimento and East India Piece Goods
were low there on the 1st Nov. but Hides and
.Cotton in mush demand: Courier -
Mas. FaEnxc, the celebrated vocalist, has
arrived at Columbia S. C. and gave a Concert
there on Friday last.

We understand that the celebrated Eng-
lish TraR t' I.i Mr. Kean, is to make his first
appearance in this city on Monday night next,
ir, the chlir.,cter. .-I r.arId IIII. W e, hear al.
ilihit Mr Duff,. of -lie F.aston Theatre, has
made an et.g ';,meitrt ';th our Managers.

S. w-On, -&A. 6.
In addition to the important intelligence
published yesterday, of an Armistice between'
the contending parties on the Spanish Main,
we learn further from Capt. Craycroft-that
the proposition for the truce WAS MADE B.T THE
PATRIOTS, but for what reason remains unex-
plained. There had been no intelligence of
any- recent discomfiture or defeat of the Pa-
triots-on the contrary, it was known at La-
guira that they had not only taken Santa Mar-
tha, but had followed up their victory at that
place, by the capture of Barcelona, and anoth-
er small fortress in its neighborhood.
Capt. C. states, that the Armistice was
not to go into effect with respect to the ves-
sels of war of either party, in the West India
seas, until 30 days from the date of its conclu.
sion, and 60 days are allowed to vessels on the
European coast.
It is stipulated that if any troops should ar-.
rive from Spain during the 6 months, they$
shall be landed at Porto Rico, and no other
place, and shall remain inactive during the pe-
riod of the ar-mistice. -
The Ports of Maricaibo and Carthagena are
to be left open and free to the use of the Pa-
triots, during Ithe same period.
A division of Bolivar's army remained near
Calaboza, about 70. miles from Caraccas.
After the signing of the Armistice, Generals
Bolivar and Morillo met on the lines, and di-
ned together. -
On Tuesday night last,:at about 11 o'clock,
a fire was discovered in the large building
owned by Ladd & Morrill, and occupied on
the lower floor, as retail stores, by them ; the
front chambers by Rufus B. Allyn, Esq. as an
Attorney's. 0flfice, and by Sylvanis Gillison,
as a Tailor's shop. The fire was prevented
from spre-';nin' be 'i-.-.il he aboveinentioned
store, r, I a 'h-all mIss alliny house adjoining,
owned hy is. -. Acibs.l.l York, which were
consumed. We understand that most of the
goods in the store and the house were saved.

Extract of a letter from a merchant ini one of
the principal cities in Virginia to a gentle-
man in this towo :-
So strongly is Slavery interwoven with
the, habits of the Southerners, that you would
not make them more helpless by cutting off
their arms, than taking away their slaves
still, every one says, they are a curse entailed
upon them by their ancestors, which they are
not able to get rid of. You can judge some.-
thing of the disadvantages of slavery to those
amosig whom it exists, when you understand
that it is not possible to have a garden an hun.
dred yards from your house, without having
every thing stolen by slaves and free negroes ;
andl in winter, all garden fences are obhliged to
be taken up and put under lock and key, or
they are stolen to burn; this I know by expe-
" eAll things considered, I think the pros-
pect is a melancholy one 'mor this country."

The Spanish Revolutionists have taken St

Martha from 'he Royalists.
Partial changes ofuadministration are talked
of:-Lords Welltesley and Grenville are said
to be on the eve of coming into the cabinet
This rumour may hatv originated in the ab-
sence of the former, and the vote of the latter
on the late inquiry in the Lords. Lon. pa.

The BIar if Rhiode (- --'+ h1 sr,' t--' iat-'e;
the Htn. TUtsTiLAXu B'ut-a. a,: o dairev- a 'lth-
'icF. -d..-c .... the character oi thic late lI,!.
,lJAITS llunniri., Jr.
In the State of Alabama the R-v'. MI-. Kate.
tnEDY, has been appointed by the. l,,gisiat tre,
to deliver an Oration an the adesth o! Gov-
BrIB, of that Siate.
Col George M. Troiip is a c3antidate for
the office of Governor- ol Georgia; 'at the en.
stirg election.
The Theatre at Frederick-btireg, (Virginia,)
an old wooden building, has been destroyeat
by fire. .

The Grand.Jury of Gharleston, S. C. have
presented the Emigration of free people of
colour to that State. t-

In N. Guilford, Con. in Nov. and Dec. last,
7 persons died, of the typhus fever, and 23 re-
mained ill with the same'malady Dec. 27.--
The parish contains about 600 inhabitants.

Extract of a letter frolit S R*S tqe, ,,Spain,Oct.21
1 write you from a-Spanish village, pix
miles from Gibraltar, to tell you that Ferdi-
nand has been authorized, rather instructed,
by the Cortes, to cede the Floridas to the U.
States and that the.other points of the re-
jected Treaty are to be assented to. The cx-
tensive grants of lands in Florida, that have oc-
casioned most if not all the ,difficulty, are can-
celled, so that our affairs with Spain are at
last adjusted. An attempt will be made by
the Spanish Government to get 'uometlihti fronn
us for these grants, but it will not be insisted
upon. "Ftanklin Gaz.
The Neiuional Intelligencer, Jan. 2, seems to
entertain little doubt of the ratification of the
Florida Treaty by Spain, and conjectures that
it will again be submitted to the senate by
the President ; that there may in that body
be some opposition to it on ttie score of the
western boundary, but that it will be. ratified
finally as it now stands
A list of American claims on Spain, for
p.'sli;,iri,-retported ito f)uverr.menti M .v 12,
1820-amounted to l8,.6 un riminhtt --d1 which
18 were emphatically designated claims, and
amount to 91,510;430-and 1i4. ,.n- iting to
S5,519,150-leaving-744, the value of which
could not be ascertained from the. documents
on. file, but ,sllu,-irae i hi- ,.ar,,-i,-. of' Il.-,,e it
be tlnesamin, Slit-v :mtu,.- 10O ;l_,,),S,4-
making a gi uit ioal tat ,ii3' 41 3
It is said tl,a ars .arn'i,tice for %il ni'r,ilt;
was concludrtl bi tveenil t Spdr.i ,h i ...,l,,4
under Gen. Morillo, and the Revolutionists
under Gen. ,I- ls,,i, e.ily in Dec.-Tfiat Mi.
rillo has.since resigned his command to Gen.
La Torras-and was about to proceed for
Spain. A Spanish squadron had arrived at
Laguira from Cadiz, with 15000 stand of arms,
and clothing and provisionn- iti lea army.---
Business was suspended at L-iguira.

In this town, by Rev. Mr. Frothingham, Mr.GCit-
eon B. Blasland to Miss Mary Ann Allen, both of
this town.
Last evening, by the Rev- Mr, Parkman, Mr.
John Spear to Miss Mary Simpson.
In Concord, N- H. John Stewart Burrows, Esq.
of Fryeburg, Maine, to Miss Ann Ayer Bradley,
daughter of the late Hon. John Bradley, Esq.
In New-York, by the Rev. Mr. Bork, the Rev
Insac Ferris, to Miss Catharine Ann Burchan, el-
dest daughter of Richard Burchan, Esq.
In London, Capt. Samuel Lumbsrd, of Rochester,
Mas.'to Miss Emeline Milchell, of London.
Ir, ih:s tnsn, on Thursday William B. eldest
son 4m "lt,n'm, sintl Sarah uirt-r, .I-.l 18 years.-
On Saturday, Charles P. ur ltrI II, c-h.ri of John,
Mitchell, aged 3 me.-Mrs. Sar..h Tucker. .-id
7.i Her funer..l wll tIke plhee rom thli house *ir
T. H Perkins. iPi..sinretl (in whilit foill ) 4l
h, Leer. .Ionc.l,tle )l n.:.rl" J,. ) -ns,' this after-
noon, at 3 o'clock, when her fi-rl, is,..i! ,nnexions
are invited to attend--Mrs.m. rluiler, aged 36
funer-I ,t li aitcrr,,.,o), hr 3 ,.\uak. atl No 1,
Back-at -f. ip-ria ,.-ii relt lii,.- re i,, t.ttI i. al,ir,ti ,
O n T''lii .l,) ,.%,.,ii,, last, lnihvi E -.rr., .I.I..,r
snBo of ,r.Ivr,,v fr-,ft I Laton, -.-h I i i.
Onat Sunday morning last, Dot..r ,'.l.,i R ,h k-r,
aged 78. His funeral will proceed from the house
ofMr. Moses Hadley, in Charles-strect, to-morrow
afternoon, at half past 2 o'clock. His relations and
friends are requested to attend, without further no.
Yesterday morning, Mrs. Sarsh, wife of Mr.
Thomas Barry, aged 52. Her tonerat will befrorm
his dwelling-house, No. 64, Pasex-street, on Thurs-
day afternoon, at half past 3 o'clock. Friends and
relations are requested to attend without a more
particular invitation.
In Kentucky, Mr. James Russell, aged 25, farm-
erly of Boston.-In Chelmsfpir, Mrs. Elizabeth
Perkins, aged 23.-In New-York, Mr. Jeremiah
Gray, of Boston, aged 39.-lIt Charleston, S. C.
Mr. J9hn M'Doweli.
At Roybury, Second Parish, on the 5th inst Des.
David Weld, aged 86-the relations and friends
are respectfully invited to attend his funeral this
day, from his late residence, at sfo'clock, P. M.
In Newton, on the evening of the 4th inst. Mrs.
Mary, the %, i4 vf CO. N.athaniel Brackett.
nl Wiscst, f.irls-ti Pushard, Jr. aged 16;
kitllel by a fall fiom the mast heat of seh Palestine.
SIn Brooklyn, Con. Mrs. -- Williams, wife
of Mr. Thomas Williams-Mrs. Hannah Pierce,
aged 45.-The circumstances of her death were as
follows. She left home some time in the afternoon
upon a visit to one of the neighbors.-About two
hours after, she was found dead in the road, about
40 rods from her house. The verdict of the jnry of
Inquest, was, that" her death was occasioned by
the Providence of God"
SAt Machias,TFroaMA Riatoras, Eaq. Chief Jus.
twice of the Court of Sessions. He was walking thi
floor in company with a gentleman, when lie fell
down and instantly expired.
In New Baltimore, N. Y. Mr. Samuel Hart, a
native of New Hampshire, aged about 30.
In Phila. Nathaniel Bond, Esq. aged 47, late of
Watertown, Mis. "
In Pennsylvania, Mr. Edw. Woodman, aged 70,
killed by a fall-Mrs. Entriken, found dead in her
bed, although she haul complained of no indiaposi-
tion --In Berlin, Vt. Mr. Daniel Wrightn, aged 30,
killed by.alipping fiom a hay mow on to the han-
die of a pitch fork, which tie.re ,l his bo.li 4 inch-
es.--In Morristown, M-r i.e- m r .-i, -,.geId S6,
killed by falling on a rae. handle which pierced
hus body 16 inches In York, Maine, Capt, Samu-
el Norton, aged 46.--In Franklin County, (Permn.)
.lohn M'Dowell, L L D. late Prevost of the Uni-
versity f Penn. In Providence, Mr. Elisha Howe
aged 35 killed by fullitug from the 3d story of a
building, through a scuttle.
In Baltimore, Mj. Jacnb Sleiger, iagedt 55.
toIn Savannah, Mrs. Maria Rowson, formerly
Mrs. Hughes, of the Federal-street Theatre, and
known as the Rival Cowslip with Mrs. Jones, i0
lhe afterpiece of the Agreeable Surprise, many
years simuc,.
At sea, on hnardil the U. S. ahip John Adams,
Midsahipmen Freemen and Turner.
On the 17th Sept. Mrs. Sarah Milner, of harti.
castle, near Patelrty. aged 103-what is remarkable
from the aged of t10 years until she reached tbe ad-
vaneid age of 101, she continued her occdutation.
uf working lead otr. Loonupa,

.)'w'ned. on his homiewar passage ft -nm St
Thomas, JosenP, son of Mr. Joseph Liucke, of this
town, aged 15 years.
This young man was one amongst the suff-reri.
af their ship RnollUa, wrecked upon this coat ii thie-
aght of the s25th uilt. This sudden and irretrieva-
ble ffictio has doverei with lep rmiirning thu
lomii-tic circle to which he be'ona-ed,antd lill .d wi-it
grief the hearts of his ircunsolable parents, nouw
calita to ian ent ,li- I -ri ,aissolattion of a -,alt h I t
he most gentle f i .....I -,uai amitable manners, anoil

every promise Ihb could endear him to the ni-emor
- his connxi-oi,'s ndt friensat.-i My Ithis pcnv:denW.
inliasrt its lesson the testri ing angru is -vsr r-u
hi- way Thius an an numien; the hei'th .o>il hpera
of earl) v;grz;tir nd youth are h'nrrunt aw.v ;
lr.-eth -f he tempIast hats ,v.weiot the ios-,nn fri'O
he stem, ,nd scattered in tdesolatitl its hiu-a up.
on its wings.

.... her.r.i...fr. Wi'mn Utl.; sloop F el
*lip irilow.- 'oilto bet ation, sr. Hlliie oB .tms ret
--4 .. i .z t 11 t 1- h toit, Cltissi, V nIts, Aenorls
S oth, -,t --- --- d hit ti,, Tld Hr..ii 's. Atli .'r"'rt i.-lhII, do. ; i Ai
*' A T'-7'70 1; ; l i r.--Ar. I *lf [ l t -p f rpee, T.ow, M, .-i;P 1 .1 t i.i. lPil, ..; .lams Dr.ise.ll,ano d .w Coli..]
S.! -i .h. 1 .. nrr s.. l I, C .,i n. ., ,,i T. di chl.reir r R O It 0 S IIOs
2. -I -is'r- ," ( di Hi.f i...hi. 't. H tvtan o-. > tohiispo t; Af .T, N Yr!t; scli. N ocy Ann, Morgcan
i i. ; He- -at,
t B, l,' -' t -r(, Ann. i.'ih. (d tIhr,- Tii,- Sail OT i. e .ld Fair Tradler ere lnading ; O'nl
,o..,) A"I-.a.l ria ; slp l Tr ,c.3 Ma urice, Tuhmain, dicsar7. ; RBd, wi w;,ol- enre ig l Nepitnle. Munroor
Eshf, 19 I ay!,oy ism Tirti. I. a s oin t in.
UT'\-:)AY-P.-;oeo 'RtiseV FA-N.(of r.(i rt4) .ass... 3, r A ,flrem-*'r. idasl ;nce. Deeatinr. Andrew,; Brutu
"s m ns -ir r C rtof o'ior, i l*.-ri "rd ( I F l l),ii) Pit' ii. ; iih p, 'st r ,,m Ifti se ; 0,yA d. W ilo s.on t hi, port, If
.c- 7~,. n,. rn r Ch, '-.rt .i ..,.iyt ; Al(.n,/der. Lew- Ch-> lrsno. ; : a h r'i, rn N. edrdnl ; Per.eresnce,. go
l. st. t i' L.ediilrr. Nire.rso'., (nt Cil, tism) ot. ; i- i !'erts. Noe. 2-cntton, 16 m 17 Ero l er 11b.
;.isan si,,,o r. ,int Deibwar, louse, Phlia'l.; Eliza Cotfe,. 59 o 3i 5: Sugar. low, and i.. litle cdem rT,,.Iec
r N, is, N--Y..d ;. MONO)AY. V J'.-. --C(I. ai-. seh.CChathariine,Zenas Doane, Bri I'lindi *i %tYi i. Yor i.. .ile.
H ."an. ; Eli. Pri)hlile, .'"'airt. stiame d.y.-The ".-. 'r.'," ... H*vata.
1I. N a kr't .I. : ., f ,.- T...t Bouirn. Cope At Sti. .lo r .I.i... 20th tilt. h igs Ha.narh,
yt; 1 ......" ., ,. !. ,I p. wav edl brig. i.s- r. fr. I -,.. ,. .... r tirah, fa r Porstlol
appireoti ligl.' ** .* l" '.''. Pliat". "few days sell. l Catherine, Harris, oat Duxlury, for Bosto,
Abohve tlhe tfet. a s ch If ra'sprt ;1lop J,fferie-tn. Blatck- do. din.
ilin of liF.lmnthl. tMe. from N. York, sld 8 days fr. the The Osprev. of Salem, for Genoa, asild from Gibral
Vineyard I. I ., -... i. .,-, ..'. Saturday night. off sar I Iter end ofOcti-The Candace was retailing lher pep
AIt. Desei- ,- ii-r -I lhr, ,rn [lie ice, &e. 'Pas- per at 13 1-2 doils.
antics-t, Capt. Good.iclh ald Dr. M'Kinney. Bri quill from Smyrna forthlis port. sailed from Gib
Htig Imelnew, Potcktt, of' N tuincKet. frm Lishon, via relltr Nov. 12.-Tbe Candsee, Missionary, and Gustavus
Viin-yrd, with S crgno of lialt an wine, run o the-Tndol .were ditl sreint!.
dy Rick,m on ,iutoy, mnrnins o, at 2 o.'clock. ,rId remained At Port .S Prince. (no date) Sarah. of Newhnryprt, for
ln. danerotit ilt.-ititoa ot It. 1 yeterd-. (Monday,3 fitre- Plostn, 2 d tiion. tnr crew ,oinedi a *Gore's Island, in their boat. sand, next ;dn Emerald, hiteh. for Halt. 10 ; Em .ral
Signal f orig.at su e B on,.Or s. uneer.; Thames, of B',st nd Age
i t'two toroa of KCnetebtltk h b bfor Wilmington ; E.sox
Wernt sin e,on Fridsv. brips Rapid. Havana: Cincinn- Charleston, 6 ; Ferox, Burnham ; Trysl, ofNewburyport
inatustatilt iU uianta N.'Orleans ; sell. Frtnk lin. Gibraltar.
Pa;sengf iis in the Lonuisiana, Rev. Dr. Worcester. f S. A tbriv, hence for Savannah, was spoken 23d ult. lat. 33
.leata ntd M4r. George Paltfroy. ot, this town--I n tile Cinciui- 24. long.7S.
,. .. M. t.-lee Spgiish ys, (all of one ., .t Sebtastians,hat been spoken inlon.61
,If ,, I.. 1,, rree. iving their education illi ti i e Hr.,, I[- ,. : -.1- from Portland tfor Maranzas, wa
country, embarked t tithe ltlpid. spoken 283-h tilt. lor. 34. Ion. 71, 30.
utryTherked Rambnler, of Salem, spoken Dee, 13, was leaking
Onur hiar i completely closed hy ire, and all the pilot badly.
basis are frozen is at Hanonek'. Wharf.
LTyint a e Lti-WltrlHrigs ldepndence. from R.- Slonop Two Sisters, Wing, for Charleston, as adv. ti
si ; G .. ..... I Colleetor, Plild, ; scht. Ann and leave Darien 28th tilt.
A Iv.x-, l...I. ; i 7Elma & Nancy, New York. via Ar. at Savannah.25tih lit. Br. ships Bengal, Liverpool
Woid lal itd sloo..p Prince Maurice N. Coroli],a-At Fos- 45 ; Thtree Sisters. Geeonock, 50. 26(t.. hip Montgomery
tfr's Wb-tI teh.LeoCArt, Hat. In the ice, brigs Betsey Prtsmothtl, 14 ; brig Frances. Fsiier- B iston. 16.
sant l rl ., .i, .. I. .. .1 i ',7. I nt n olthers. Cleared, Be. ship H' ; ..,, ci. .ip tr 1 Ann
TI I .] 1 I ', Amity,from Li. **i.. ,. F.' .r. [. .. ., ." .,...I Olive
Ant ,,,. i,,. '. *- ... ii if t rhe G i nd B. nok, B.ii r *,r Bermuda.
f.s ;, .-.,, l Itig. ufpposid to be the Lady Galla:in anil Ar.27th, ship Gen. Wilshiagron. Alien. Bait. 14. and9
ia. TIle is. Empire and Rebecea had from the Capes. with 40 pllengers ; Br. lris- Lady Co.m
I .. .mpire an hermere,Saiilord, Lundon.42 ; brig Morris alt.; schs
L,'.: I ...,.i.t. no Soun List; bnt was informed at El- .-.i. FuclEr,e.t...l.-nce, 10. ...... ~T isrs Godi
siieuri, Nv. 14, that there wasnotna American vessels in I' 0.1,it1cs.K iy isty d F.hid), F...;* n.J.i. Alexasn.
rthe taltrie. i .i. r.
The Cli'iectotr cametilt of Cape Hariounr on Saturday 'l-.-i. ..p R.. Sun T1.,hs.,. i s-.-, .brig Cri
tinilin-., in co. with rsll. Nrtterprize, from l'lhiloti. fort ..sp -11,. ha. ft st.o '*-is. .2II.s ClVpso
N %I.ja w .,.I .t. .;.h it.cl-tjrd hel w saine night 31sl it. ChurIhill. Charleston.
S, i. i 0 .. -- rig Caroline and sch. Jefferson, *Pi........ i'.. l.e C. r e1. frn. B n. M'if. H-ll :.
V i. 1l h t7,. v ,,.-1 i d ,l .y b e fo re a 1 ] .... R, '. s'u 1h i .1 i, ..,: l I, J, l ,..,..I
The Au is lost from Hoolh Bay Alexanierr C. Harbldur. C i I. .. -u. i- i -. ,* r r Cae.
Set. iLueinds, Woodsum, aiud slop Otho, HBill, frona So- t Ii. -. 1, Ip r, .. ri, rf,. L t .t-. I. .lI 23 pas-
Sotarrived at this pa rt Saturday. sinig, rs ar. at Chnrlestoun 27th.- the 1I. -a .i.iL. I. Phiad;
Sr, --olast twt top ailsi ap ncu ,or and chain t Lr, r.f I t. h r;
IM,. l,. n o ., p, o.l. ,. Portsmoutth, and the three Ai. .,; 1 ,1rI F.-in, ;. N W.s ,,i prt. p '..,. l,fr
t, 1 1 r.. I.. .1 li B enR olla, lost ot Cape C o ar- N Y ott., d 5 .. ..; sh[.-o N .N. I. .t.i iPh Ji r.
-. r. 1 ,1 11 .n ,.r F .- ,,$ ,s ui ngi l a stia e as i d f ro m th e m w e s h o r t JI i' ', 1 i.i ,, h I s t .l ,i tf
I, ..-. ,i.(,.r. t ihe fl g wig :- e Also, brig Gale Sheffield.N.Y. rk, 4 ; ,el. Eliza.Staeki
I, lu It.tied, oni then layy of the disaster, spoken the er, (ot Portsmoiuto) ,o. i ; sloip Experiment, Blsdley,Sant.
brie Clio. of Scs, bound un, c ,ro 1.id ,.r ,od ...t ut,, ,i tee. i, -
i.0 .s.oSco. shnese qnd iii. .ts I .. n Ar. Clacrlestot, 28th, sbin Gen. Lone, Long, (of Ports.
un. at ... i., t ,he h slifie inei; C .. ,I I-- n').: I ....or
r,.I,. I r r. .hr i. ani Clier. Murri g;-, having s- nI-... moutl Breemen, 52 in ball--l; rHi. brig Esnterprie, Dib.
the Lights oaL the Cape, steered N. W. ;wind aboui N. E p mouth) Prt Hn Prince r18 iehdsi. W, Ruhiell. aSnWr. o
for Btostn. b1tvi. a 2 1-2 i, 3 knot sl.-i-ze, under clisc atite Pit an P 1ic ,5I ; sels. 1shig.. s t.t,. 01
'reer'd tncnilt. foresail, imizen, and h,.r stay sails--thi, t porI Mt, n isc, "l...,I t. .. -i Io it. jr.
c o u ree b r iu gWt th e ve sse l d ire itly o n s l it Gherm il d V c t ite ) s. t. l .. .I t lit -
co thers ame, b ouii vesu, el r s onfla r"'. taken on board at Below, brig elief', Cleaves; from e Salem ; and two a s l
She struck 10, in e uc 10, eveig, (Mr. Shepherd, While el bri rito. ees om Sem d two sips
tsd Bthtbipeck being on deck) and abuiIt r began toga o atnd a ttbrile olrth" batr.
C i. o brokti aprhoardbrtoaide e rtlb e t, ClearedcBee. ibip 1 hs BalinhrilgeStewart, Havre; brie
a fiee-hpr'adecks broke a p, ltrhoard rltrBdhidf e b urs t ( utl, ", .. i urh PharabmonC .... nd Bos* ,
&e..-abUsutI 'cnechk site sepported-qsuarter deck and tfnr- e .;. i, a I.,n .,. t an m ake t .
castle reminiung-the it were cut away immediisatly, P. .i.* ..H. I. iV,,l l ,.. 8.i f o rmire.
find t ie shil heated off shore ; thus exposins those o n .tr1a J 'i,. .i. a0 Vn% r. 4a hours from
bord theeffcn fe h (1. H ,'n.,h.,,~s Pam .v e.r- f Gloucester, from Norfolk, en-
Ma-ier, is.' Locke, (ion of Mr. Jitsep t L. of Bostonr wo en. .o .s- s.s M. .
at puaseger from St. Thomas ; alsoFtochFin ltemaotrnr ,, Ist t....d alrt,
y o ian ste ao SR.veui 24 years of gt. taken oil hoard at Ar.at Rielimoand,31st, seli. Factor, Knihlit. (of Portland)
Pt. Petre--se was recently finon Bvre. alid was coming to N.ork. Sailed. Blui Msirv, Lue, and ach. Swaon, Chase,
this country i sr the purpose o nf stndying t,- Egglilsh Ion- tore this port; slo Ann,N. -uedlord.
S -n, W.-, %'dC.- tn haverhi t cotditLeralie money Ar.at Alexsndria,t 1st inst.seh Emigrant, Gibbs. Nets-
pirr i.i.,n, .r t...pr.,.",Phili o.
io,., i .en.. a.n., A. ,, -,ni,,. 2. schs. Trader, Marinhoam, 36
ea uer .assed f rom af't tnhile menr chains. (starboard W1 --s, .I- Phl; arsrdmn rdiig, Baa-*
Sidte) insie ol which they supported themselve-tibe two 1i- I .'I F I -1*-t.r. ioe'Perneopmbaco
former. having' become extremely chlilled and exthausled, I '.h i,, h. I, nioSalem; sch. New Pcneket, fr,
let go their tild about 12, and fell into tke sea tigethier- Bs1,n-s !-i-,I ,r;r.1 ,O her itch. Suh. san, Ir this port,
Mdr. Leke wasjin the atarbujord maoin-elins, and was join.- 11 tfil Iit a slt
o ., .Mr .i-.-,i-hr-ey bultr perished abut 2, when tle Ar'.a Bl, t. d,.Big Edward, Amsterdam, 55, in a.llst
.p .i --I r. 5.- Wa. washed verboaril soon after cls.. Pasrion, St. Thiomas, ctrge floar, branily, wine, &., ;
r'e., lI. s-,. sr .*e.d, were in the oreeastle. on the 'a*zard Sylvester, (or Bradford, both lAmers being given)
weather aide. ii early three hourts,unted o re then driven Boston.
-Is .,- ., ,i .,.;,.,t1on cthe st inarird nsie of the Clea.ed, brigs Maryland JIohnson, urazi .James Mon.
*.- %-i1, -h.I.r .., -vreck at 7oelok i.sthe morn- roe, ss B atll d Portlan se. Forirte.,C-qi,,St.
si,%, aih h -t..0n t. l.mle.tn, Moody and Wilsin were C roix ; Camilla. Wooderson. (of Brewer) St. Ti(omNas.
alre;on the forrecstle ; the letter very much Iruized, and Sailed, a fleet of 20 sail; brig May Annt Hall, for Isle
F .i-.;o.l' dnilO they sio perislhetdy of Franse, among them.i .
A1 I.. 'k ..n. r, 7 t, I --of tha shiti ou'ensany- Ar. 3d. ship Brunswiekr Bevan,s Rotterdam, 76 ; brig
alt 1h.- -,..;,t, i-ti -, o. ,, n yt Bent. 'A ilsonof Hope, Snow, (of this ptltr) Gottenblurig.,90; Amazo. 8Sr.
Haverhfil; Wen. C. Mitdy- ;tiehard Lakemsn, 3d, of M'rts sehs. Azari-di. S T. I,,s .,to Rico, 12; Eliza-
Ips-wich ; John White. Aii Enelishsami all seamen John beth, Allen. Savannish, 1 I p H ..-,r Bole,. Charleston.-
Peters, cook; Mr. Benj. H. Connaor, and Mr, Shelhalrd. leared, ,cls. Coiner, Soale St. Thotan ; Dick, Hayti.
itates--Willon, Moody. atd Peters, foremast hinds, per- Ar. 4th,hi Prhili, Lslit, Amterdoam, 47, ii ballast
shed. sloiytotan, Provitlonee
-a. a1 rM.t. ,, 1 ,, h.sIs,-a.'] o.1I, -.Am. Sll. Gold Hehcler, hien-ce hsu not or. below at Philad.as
I ... R ,J, t ,o,-, crotar ,Cino lsf s, vUi s,21 a caslche I tnr' ., ,I4 I .. ', Po n 5th. ib,
tiof coffee. s, sugar. as reported) and sipeie-6,205 ids. of ,. t N. It'.. it,.. Bi. bise Doris, Liverpool, 60, for
P III- 1t, .h i id -,f Id 1.., I .lh.11 e had on hoard.) boa 'i,ts.o .",- i account if the ice in theDelaware ; sloop
Iks i J. o .l,'., u n,,a Cr antomaining his papers t i ,,a r Aieondria, Cl. a t1. il J.s s it, OR s-
ecmoi-ihnlishore.tiSClsit.ii -r. ,irip IA,,ha.Lisrij I. 'I-, ?hs.s.,... Up,
-stCa~t. ,. '. ,or, r onp Ssst -C.-..,e, I.i,. 5'o pI '-stuL.s-' -...t.' h.
it're-iedTei-DiripZo111c, Burn. Nely7 trip- trion -t .4. (ofNew
A ihe.tleman whoi "t asn soe, Bedford)b Braoili. %Sailed, Br. ..Nt .F. el-, tr Fia-
ghat the bodies of Ciat.., uI. lsd Peters had been southt, direct ; ;ell Nalhon.
fn m nd. A r. at Bgelasc, sels .Paket Eliza. St. John olini. Su-
f iiiter. lurb and Lilly. BA oson CI. rhr. I Indtutry, Crary, N. Or-
Sotoop Oriin andStoedonughin, from M. York for thin s eatls. Saile nifrom Caomde. AidoehoPendfetstl, Mabile.
part;cmer stat of Chathlsm un Tesiday last. hbut p: back Ar. at Wiearsset, seti. lDexter, Boston ; sloop Traveller,
t"ext, Gdy- ehsnetaf, from RichmondsfndutDolphin, Ifro Ghoeester. A. .i sit, ,rl.,i, *ih.1, .Stntns, hence far
W isabst i."'. ,.1- d.'.. e -. .- A d,odie-. s for this port. I
N5. Yoirk, hot', for do. retatined. Brig Janie. Gtay. for St. Thomas. and sch. Carr, Merry-
All the vessel. which were in Holmes Bole, hobund over
Orlh'e Stoalt, except brig Otlter. came onti yesterday neeh man, for New Smyroa, have el. at Bath.
3 aftlem base.orriublorw,anotI oneweI al Ar.. at Newpoit, sebh.Merino, hence ; loop Morn. Star.
in the morning, alon) sUp to town-in the f,-et, brigs Fant eOf Est-tlodim) St. Eaiatia 29.
aend Faonny, sells. Eliza Ann, Islis-Auun. Frasler.Dspch

and Fanny sis. Etiz Ann, Julia-Ann, Trader. Despatch
Printrase, Decatur, Comet, Four Sisters, Deborah, and
The statement made. s7one days since. of a brig having
been taken -put uof Mayaguez, by a number of nerroes,
proves to he eo- 'ect. Shlin was the Atlas Walker, ofKen-
nebnok ; was boarded, Iaonh after comin tlo anchor, while
only two oh the crew were on deck. by 22 slaves from ilie
shore, who drove the two men below, .fosiened down the
ftiches. cut the cable, and put to sea ; buth finding, after
rthPy had got out, that they were unable-to manage the ves-
set, permhited-' prt of tie crew to come on deck, after
e'xtirtioz from them an oath, tha t hey would not attempt
to injure any otfthem, (the neernes) and wotild navigate
She vessel to a n .*I i '_'4 D iinoi, whirlh wan complied
will ; and I the c.. i arriei into Jacquemel, where she
was given up by the runaway segrocs.-Not one of the
erew of tho Atlas was injured.
S.i',ni -trc 3 7,.ft i S
SelT.Romp, Hlari t,. h.I ,is r.m J-nisqa,- u.l asi..a' 1as-
blehiradR in Sutid -ha is n thIi u -.- ,
Left. hrigs D.. 1 '.pp .,sIn- an. i.K, ,1, ).- i ,iltn
H-imerfor N.Yorh, 7 days-sch. Dandy. for Pt. au Prince,
7 day s-Bri' Lerant si'eil for New-Odleans. Dee. 0th.
Ar. this day, It do. bil Hope, Dixey, Rio Janeiro.-
Sailed Oct. 28tbh. it) o. with ship Cnmmeree. Haodlkinion.
4Left, brirs Mercator, Solem--Mamuuactor, Alexandria, hid.
to Europe-New-Jersey, New-York-ship ---. Middle-
town. Ship Louis&, of Providenee,sriei on the 13ith Oct.
t i Cm'.i. ai; r i hiI, nr .ihf .. H..-ii.itwetl, from Nan-
.' .." S.ai.1 I I a ).ia O ,.r.. 'ahi'i ,, Brie Easeline,
n il i 5., Ih. i.t...0. I.r it.. d h, dliscoveredI land,, on
1I llih' t ,.) "'r s ,I cI ll... .aln il. -
i I.- e rtc ie ihrr:Tllt...it i istir.-a un for Cape Horn,
Ai i'Ji l.- .'ni 0. t.
tui lin.- si-p-slrhs. fr ira-,trrment. but were
ITr ..'. r.. t .sir. tn rr, ,. 'h., .m r,. .., of Alexantlria.
"s i- n." ii it i.' n i'i Poitugol was received 3 days
r. it, ,1 .., ui ti .1,1. D. An hermaphrodite brig wuat
I. J i l -li ,r I i'e ...
Flour on the riee-from 10 to It mill retis.
S i- [:.t i .1. I ', -ank in our lower bar-
Io %\I. '' il r. 1.I.,, -- iHi '. d.
ti., .1 r 'a I.ir- l.alt i ,t( .r -i nia r in her holut,whten
Sth rrr.. .1 -I Nh -- ['lrt ni I,, -i.. crew and passengers
h1s* i t' .. e... st pr nufr o. I ill a N. E. gate, and
-| 1 5 1 I rf J-4 .
SDI'... f, ,. i"- Dr it- n.tl.., T. I ,- pooi (sailed Nov. 4.)
f I,..f,. t ,, i. .'.1iy 1 I,.- 11.I t... car t ao f slt, coal.
n--..n. Oils eacii... o.- r, in ,t.l.a off
l'uttis ti :.T-s. ,i SI.- stusir[....c, ui l'. Ip .1. ,( .-r rud-
X.it all n -.r .i. .I 'u.. 1l l,..l tl.r ..., ftX the
bti, f-.-.- f -amgo n ti-i. ti hauled If. lhe
a, ,. oei oi spit nc were saved, sl was the lenter-b, r,
The Netw Befbih, loIst ier Sarltl dy Hootk, w runt on
slire jute as mi was sinkiug-she had a cargo at flagging.
tones, ratess. &c.
lermfida papers, to Drc.'if. itave I'--n rrr -ir. .1 ) %ror-
S n iaIker. were g id- Coqr l .1 i'. car&. a of
i.-. rom Newbern,juti sold tti i .i-.t .

T l .1 .11 -.z I,'. t.l-,wrehtd off
-d I. i -.|I.|| to reacs tihe
f. n PW .-I, I s 1 ". i *.-... it.i., .. o il Mn.
.t ,..i.i.n. I-..i im. .s- a. 'i l II.....,i i.se wags ot to oil
I, i *' i,' 12 i. omist hi. way 10
.. h.. sn, who is settled in tile interior ti'N. York i l.Ie,
i .0 iin brutrhl a It his effects, cnttustiu nc ofmote tb;a a250
iisitn od tirl. in uioney. (the rtiuts o t ahiUg flie of inidus-
try at aii *eaoin ,) besides baggage andi sore.s sufficient to
rnler his family comtoorttble through the winter ; all
which wert fast with tit itip, not exceptig sinil sit it of
elutlies tot the hcildreu. Rho btlainled triom Ite wreck with
uio roveritig in protect them from thte rusty warvs anid the
t ."ti, Ott witnet's blat, save the garments it whih th ey
a i u...1, -'1k. r thrown over them hy a sailor,ailer
.. t ) 11. a-,th. SIntbe boat which upslt, i atteuipt-
ta z t land.t wear several ot the children, (besides the udair-
Il at- S1r..V; t who were enat on shore, by the wves, in
Si-.r t, i.i. s site, and saved only hy the exerti.ts ,of
tl.- ini.. is. '. A subscription has hien, opened in New-
S ., .i irlief .* M .1 i ." .i, iJ .. I. i..r his dis-
11r l ta- I l, it is a i t ie ..1 i n el.111 -... to reach
fiij uitCtru eyts ,a., h Jd .ni .il u." /iii .,t city.
The Trim. D-vis, of this pairr, for Madeira and N. Or-
litaa, sa...tfy. w.ea"- \,.., i.tirrs. 0.. 24- aihingtoln,
l ... ... .., i ... 1 1 c .t.. C t
Ats .., ...... Nv. 14, ships Pactet, of this port, bait
Iolt i it P ovdenlfce, discharvipe ; Jatus, for
". V tk,t i1. i -b 0tip bof Ialt.i Canitoi,sriled Stih.
At ,t Pesr, thoutia fith ult. P-raon, Sisaon,'of this part,
a ., r .f 1. sew lrk ; sh. Friaiklii. Ciollin..o uatCo-
. *....i'. S *' t hr 'Ttirts Ilands6; brig .ElctrievyDt-

$5000 foir only 55..a

-11TH CLASa-
OMVMENCES drawing tst Feb. and will coin-
Splete in twenty days
1 Prize of Z5000(
Sdo. of .500
9i0 do. of 100
50 do. of 30
30 do. of 20
191)0 do. of 6
60(o0 Tickets, at S5 elch 19 $30,000
JVo deduction from Prixes.
Tickets 5 -Quarters 1,37, fior sale in a varid-
ty of Lucky Numbers, al the fortunate Lottery &
Exchange Office of
13, Dock.-iuard.
Prize Tickets in the late Lotteries taken ,for
Tickets in the above Ordersattended to-nand ev.
ery information given gratis Jan. 9
r[IfBE following handsome list of Irizes were sold
by GLBERT' & DEAN, Old State Houase,
in the 10to class of Plyimouth Beach Lottery, which
consishet of oly 3000 Tickets, viz.
Of S"uwj Nos. 91 and 1817--[It will be
recollected thbt t0w- highest prizes iii this Lot-
tery were 4 of S20009 and we sold two of
them]. Oit SS'.iv 2105--of f50, 2150-of '20,
77, 526 5e. I- 1!, h14,l,1i'5 an3d 1898.
STh! Priz-. sold by G M D i0n thIls Lottery, a-
,,n.., t. i trt o %.r.. lse i t iiine tn..' e itiii.. sold for,
ll' ir e niln l. i 1 i l t1,1 ie re..-mnb. r.
S ,- ..'r rl, I.. 1 i1 so I iekel i ll, ll|._ l Ith Cl ias
of P'jirn., -ri. Be hs L.i, ri't, ., ,t I ,;kets, and
5001 duoll-i i igit st prtze.i "l'ickets lit 5, atd
quarters at 1,37i far sale by G. CrD. The draw-
ing begins Feb. 1, and finishes Feb. 20 (roG. k
D. kecp a corredt List ofall thie Blanks and Prizes
in the Na oasi Loitery, 35,000 dollars .highest
prize, and have a .-w Tick(3 frr sale.. J 9.

j. noiw sltrwi' g in the City of Washingtou,
and will contieri to draw rapidly until completed.
The 0 I Day's iDrawing.
will be reclsived /iere TO-.4ORROW. And the
.sixth /-ay's Drawing
will be received nexi ..Saturday. The following
Callital Prizes ;'re now to he drawn, viz -
ule of 35,000 01ollars ;
One of 10.000 liolla rs
Three of 5,000 1)olla'rs ;
3B of :.000 Dollars;
n311 1500's. &C-.
Bridge & Renotfkeep a correct liar.tf he pri-
zes and blanks, as they come out, andl cr, warrant
their Tickets unahdawn.-Thosr who bold 'TC.kets in
this Lottery, : and exchange thei small prizes for undrawn Tick-
ets. |Jan. 9.
ORSALl".-oner of the bes[ Tutlbs in the Cisip-
1el burying ground, ift" aplied for imnmediate-
ly. PFr 'urth- r ]siartientiIrs please to apply to Mr.
SAMUEL WINSLOW,Sdtson, opposite the Ast ha
Yard, Lyno-Street, t

S~T)S at very rpd '?edl pri -- ..
a. lii ti holad, a v-rv la!-'g ;isrni n n i litsies. .
I Misses and ta hirldren's hoors am, Shbes, mbiplel to-
n the present session, which he is sielig at soch lt Im, i l E Mangers have the o'eaisure of asn ,uniig BY LUTHIER PAIRKS.
I prices as will make it n project for puirlhaisers 1o IL the engagement of Mrs J BARNES,for a
- ca sl'os tfw Nights onIly. THIS D \Y, at half past 10 o'clock,
Gentlemen's L-.ce Bools and Walking S hoe-- Her first appearance w-ill be AT OFFcrE -r o Hil/ ai street,
w, Diss Slsei-Dselin g Pims et iter Sino. On Tediesday e Evening. Jan. 10. 200 half boxes fresh No. 1 Choclmte--3
whicheio o .er_ Iw. n. i. "-lihIis..N H. llram--100 btx-.s brown Soap-5 kegs
, HILLS ,f KNOTY T. .When will b perfir-aed, f)r thefiest aid only tir thes I "1'obqcco--20h boxes 7 by 9,I (lis.
14S f L LI9 two years, the much odmirerd r ingey so 5 acts,
IF ESPEKCrFU LY inform lheir Ciustom,,ert. -"_ '1 B : -
and(the Ladies in g neril. that the, h -ve ReO
moved fr-m ision-street to No. 59. Newbury- Or-The Fatal farriae. ?P S, PL sSH AR s, & .
street, between Pond snl Snummer-streets. Birton, Mr. BRwn THIS 1) \, at twelve o'clock,
, Jan. 9. 5w Isabella, (for that night only) Mrs. J. Barnes. AT ftIe1-.o. 15 Centora-sl.treet
1. B-s----. 50 hbls. ast q ,I,1'' Pihiladelphias Pmpihs--
-, 100 pfece.s Linens (For other Characters, see bills.) '25 kogs Philad, lti i,, fit.ir--9 blis. Shlgbarka-
- T(n per cent cheaper Ihan caa be -- 15 bales Upland Cottio-75 boxes Almondls.
obtained in the summer season, Is AT Sn. ---
-. -, An EPIT'H.4 Aq'lIU1f: TO-MORROW, at 9 and 3 o'clock,
GOING OFF RAPIDLY. In honor of Isibella's iuptials. -As AlltiE-
--- ofr Virrpiv order uf it.e nsigonee-
r JAMES BCoEWisR, L tingof the olowin MUIC A large and valuable Stoek of PIECE
SBItE R, FOCqAL xD1..x,, ti'" rwsV.,.r..1uyc,
uS, 0.ARKET-STREETT," By the Gentlemen of the Orchestra. lOODUU, cons-line ntf Irulctothn-- nss;m.er(s--
AS just received from N. York, s ecmiolete .mlbnetto, e Urchestra-. Velring Velvets-Umnbrels --kt-tings--Sl rt.
S assortment of Linens, of a superior qinality, Dues, Dear jlatd, I sv:e thee." Vlit,- tlyh i htmbluttons--ewhig Sik-lrinrt
t which are going at 10 per cent below the regular by Mr-. 9rummnondi and Mrs. rar'wn. -abrek-.-tlkf.u ttll--in-- g Silk-rtinTo
3; market prices ..Roo, Orchestra. (c re s- Tp- tll t-.i- nn
Al/o, I bale elegant black B(imbazetts, at re- GLEF-Hark, the lark at Hearen's Gate Sings, -orapes--Pir.s--Tapes- Cravat -1at-wil-ibna
Sduced prices- -2 ess elegat CAntn Grapes, ,r. I. t HoLLAN,. loves--Amrican cottnn-lieck- ilh a v-
tc pe o eg C n rpriety ofother articles usually fwuld is stock.
asuperidr quality, from S to F6 a pattern.-I di. -,11 -____
g striped Silks, new tvle.-r-I case Merino Hand- EnD op ruT TRAGIDY. On FRIDAY x : 10 o'ltoclr
kerchief,-4, su erior' (Tlit which aregoigforEOn-FRIDAY next ,t 10 o'clock
,4.4,uperiorq lty,w aregong COLLIN'S ODE ON THE PASSIONS, -Ato os ,- ,

S Likeliae-1500 yards Black stout Silks, 62etsa. With JAppropriate .lfusic. A variety of tiseful FUNITURE, nearly
per yard, 7-8 wide. To be recited by M rs J. BARNES. new,tthe property of aG ntldem-in having left this
On Hand -an extensive suortment Broadclo'itha -.-.iinecl.eecie----- 8 01 lt c ..,s ..rt.-- .n,- ,t .1 einsterd
S assimeu e--Satinets--Flannels-Pellsse Cloths, Towhichwillbe adsl.3d time, she favorite new rarce, '1t.les- I I tl--,, ,, ,P- ,,. e n ti h
1 Scotch Platds,, &et. &e. jat). 9. in two acts-called post ofi'F' l.A-I r i t, ItI
e Pose I ['. ,, I ,,. ,--F, tf.,r it,, ;, I : V I ,I ,
e 5. bILSIY, TOO' IJi.TE FOR DI.VNV'ER. and Podlows--tanton )inithg St--rTe nd (,ffee
on. 40, Long.-harf, Frank' Poppleton, Mr. Duff Set China-Ch irsa-Solf',-('ursi.,r. 'iT.r,,rihl rIs &
" aAS fir sale, nonr landing,, Misis Sometonn rs. Duff., Wine Gflasses- (Glas Dishes--D.: i -., ,,1i ',ii e
; 200 b ls. Alexandlria super fine Flour. (Fot chrSoer rssSre. Duff Warmer--Plat-d 1 .t. i. t;.. t Pi ed Japan.gied
--In Stare- o ?i -r. pt-r- _i -.i--. s L._ and Croloeke)y s rI K .,...l F... Iks, withI ri-
100 blis hHnsard -i-tt -ue -a1srfie FIlo u, PEN E \ llY lra iN \ht., or tir areles... t 1 :,.I n eitC,ir iin a i -,,t,'eI
4 40 tonts Enlish Iron, square and flat, assort- (Saturday and Sunday excepted) nt 7 o'clock, family-Kitchen Founitir e c
S ed sizes. Jan 9,. and Exhibition begins at ha lfpast 7. ALSO at 12 o'clock-7 beaes first quality live.
*lit 7 IstLe THE .ED8IOIDES. l-i, ...... .
YJ.&T H. PERKINS& SONS, 14No. 52, R. HADDOCK fees truly grateful for the lIY N' I-I i ~ji All h,)lI E.
SCetrl-whParf,, I If distinguished patronage he has been honored
Superior omptiay IHyson-Shin Tea, in quarter willth since he opened in Boston, atd entertiins a On THURSDAY next, at 10 o'clock,
i.--itt, flattering hope of it s continuance during his stay %T Orrse -to,. II1, Kilby at eed,
i-,-. IIea. in eighths ofehess, n BoxesC-50 cents-GIleries 25 cents-Chilhtren A valufabie assortment of 'HOUSEH6OLD
Long Yellow Nnkins, in boxes of 100 each, unler 1'2yearn half price. Tickels m-y be hafd at FURNI UR
Sh-rt yellow do. in bals, the bar of Merchants' Hall, and at the Hall, S23,
Blue Nankins, (of Nankin dye,) Hanover street. BY WINSLO W, Cll ANTN i'a G & Co.
Cassia. --ALSO- 0 3.A special Day Exhibition to private parties,
An aSsornient of Silks, consisting of by giving a day's notice. EXECUTOR'S SAILR of REAL ESTATE.
SBIek and colored Crapes, Prtlctrs in the hand bills. Nov. 28. To be sold at Pubiek Auetion,
S Do. do Sar nets Grand Musical Entertainment at On TUESDAV. the 6th day of February next,
7-4 and 8-4 Crape Damask Shws, Er 0oumtiean :0ttf\ttn at twelve o'clock, at -oon,
4 4 black trhineed and twilldm Htdkfs t l U A r .t lferchants'-Hall, in Boston,
'lorentnis, v uions patterns. t. PLIMPTON' respectfully forms the All. the Right and Title which SHUtlAEL
Donbleechain Levatmins, said other China Silks, Puli, that on Witlr,.id IF.tenn.gt Jan. 10, BELL, late onf ston, in the county io"Sitffilk, Gen-
S wing Sile hks, aif b st quaity. eopisf Jai 9 he will give- another Grand Performance on the tleroan, d-ceatsed, hail in and to the following de-
wing Silks, of bi si qnnli.y, eiplf J Apollino, secumpanied with the Vioiin. French ascribed REAL ESTATES.viz.- So much thereof
SAiLT AFLOAT'. Hor,, Kent Bugle, Voices, kec. iy his children and as will raise the sum of sixteen thoiusdani inety-
t.%OUR hundred Hhds. [s- of May Salt, of supe. other amateurs, Mr. JoHnt BLACHADAtn, the won- four dollars, twenty aighit cents for the payment
rior qili.ty, afl at, f,r Su;le by derful Dwarf, 35 years old, and only four heads of the just debts of snid BELL:-
SA VIUEL BLAKE ht CO high, will be exhibited that evening in the Muaeuim, I. A certain Lot of Land aituated in Nassau-
Jan 9. N. 48, Long wharft who will remain but a short time in Boston. For asreet. in said Boston, bounded southerly on a tene-
FLOUR particulars, see Bills. Admittance 25 cents, ment anil land of Jiohn De gles, on a line running
SiVR, O1 NI) &U. A OT, n. 9. through the middle of the partition between the
SLIVER, & A4 1, No 21, E AB7, ro.,two tenements. .1.1v l- IVt i '1963as.
S entrsl-wharf, have for cale, now landing SECON.D Q(. RTER POSTPO .NED. tws tenements. i,.ts I. -We ta-X .... itassau-
ai'm slo op Packet. H. CARTIR respectfully givas notice, that street fiteen re. ., ,s, h ,,, I..,Is land
95 ibls. Richmond superfine aitld fine FLOUR. 1 4 the comnmericenient of his Second Quarter is I'on Lowellr nty h, :to-- ,in E.ihel ,, 'Low-
,i. 9. navoidably postponed till THURSDAY EVEN- e li's Court, fifteen feet nine inches-or however
9.navoidbly postponed till THURSDAY EVEN otherwise thIe same is bounded or may measure--
FiOURi.NG next. Jan. 9. with all the privileges *nd appurilenaices to the
OS1AI BRADLE I CO. No.29, India-street 0'I ICE. same belonging, with all the Bdildings thereon
Shave for Sale. tHE Pnblic'are repectftllly informed that the 2. Also, toiler Lot of Land, situaoen on said
100) barrels Philadelphia and Biti- i Ar nut SeriTm-t will tie reached before the Nass street, bounded West on ..tree
u t F o 9 "oard Benevent Society, by the Rev. Professor there measuring twenty feet nine inches- North-
mor- leupnETT, in tutu Ol South Church, THIS EVE. early uon land late of said Bell, there Tneaastiring thir-
509 Barrels M ACKEREL, l,, NIXt, at half past six o'clock. ty.eightfeet i, .i-t s.tll on land te ofDen-
OR Sale by 1- & E. DAVENPORT, No Order of services: glee, there .uie, ..i Its. i-,, I'Celt six inches, .nd
FOR Sale by R"k E. DAV ENPORT, No, Southerly p., i.r,,,l .,f I.,,..r, niere me:asuringthir
t4, Central-w htIrf J,. 9. 1. An AntIl;em, 4. Sernion, therly .t l..-r t esing ir
-Q- 1 2. Prayer, 5. Collection, tv-eight feet six inches-or howeieir oth-erwise
BAKER & HODGES, s. Hymn,* 6. Anthem. hounded -with all t,.- ,ls;!. g. uin applirtenen-
c r' a : AVE for sale, landing fion Stoop Prince their quarterly meeting will be attended at the. thereon. P
Maurice, above 1pilee, immediately after the ext'rcises are 3. Also, One other Le t of Lahd, situated on Pop.
100 bbls. Tar. -/ V STORE- concluded. Per order of ihe Commit(ee. ar-street, Ihere sQeasuring thirty-eight feet. and in
'Iaims brown Sugars-Minscovado do in bbis.- Jan. 9. EZRA HASKELL, S.:'ry. the rear thirty-six feet three inches--on the West
W I. v 5 ..sln d 'i.ffi--Rio Negri Coca--a -- s t T,i a nce-- by n Roulslonet's lot, and on the EBst by land
W, 1. .:ofre-Rio. .eli/-so" k T C y., if S. P Ik, .t, ,., I f| G 411it -h.hIg lJaroel of a
f1 w tI. ',ir'. n .o '- N,- O rleans C otto n, t f the- .. '" f P t I., ,, t ,, H tG -, ..,P)., n la ndl o if
nw I r p- It .. yTob ceo--do. -tets in, l i W-N' "s t(naurance Company, hereby give t l ..,J t. Nai ..iE- P I land of
ussia R,,ven Duck--M e-thitee Vrm. 1 noic, tht their Capital S ock is Three the heirs or assigus of Johni Leverst, decessetd,
lion-Oil Annis--Oraneee-Rsia F.athllers & hi f H ondred Thousa.d Dollars, andt that they make two hnldred and fifty.f-ur f t-St'ilh.,ditei l. t,1
Down--Looking glass I ..-s tl. rn, 8, by 7 to 5 4-4., itisutance uponn Vessels, Freight, Prioperty, and a- lind of Benj; Stokes, bir.,n .-i1ii lee1 -- sousltt, ,,
by 29- inches, -Wax Taliow CGdlles-Cantiona against CaUtivity of Persons, ond on the Life of any erty on Poplar-sttreet, .j Ii,,.lr,S-d r, -,.t, ,,r.
Sewing Silks--Figured Sarrseetsslitd Crapes-s-Gu. Person during his absence by sea, and in eases of feet-and Northwesterly on land rate QfHartshorne
dalope Molnasses--(Ground Ginger--Liused ansd Money left Utntlritomry -nd Reapondentia to any one hintlred and ninety feet sit inches--er how-.
Palm Oil-Sole Leather. &c. &c. cke. Jan. 9. nmiount not exceeding Thirty Thousand Dtllsin on ever otherwise bounded--wih .two Dwelling Huni-
an one risk --snd that they Loan on Bottorory se thereon, and all the prvileges and appurtenan-
WHAL1--- OIL. Attd Respnndentia, oot exc-edinig th same aroonnt ces to the same belonging.
OSIAH BRADLEE & CO. ito 29',[ndia-street, on any one risk W M HALES, Sec'ry. 4. Also, a certain Lot ot Land stitated at Sogth
have for Sale, Jan. 9. Boston, in said Boslon, being lot ntnubered one,
,0 gallois WHATLE... OT1 in 110g j marked S. B. in a plant deposited in the office of
,w000 gallons WHALE OIL, in hog. Anmerican Insurance Conipany. the Register of Deeds for the County if Souffiuk,
sheadsl; ierces and barrels. Jan. 8. udHE Stockholdhers of the American Insurance bounde Souihestierlvy o land now or late of Simon
Jones's ,Xo. 1 Rosin, Pitch, B)i sght I Company are hereby notified, that Iheir An- Elliot,one hundred sixty-five feet six inches-Soutlh-
Vn /arnis h andS prits Tu rpie ine, nual Mteting will be holden at their office, in State westerly by a twenty f-at street, one hundred and
OWanti r frno Prn c' Sireet, os THIS DAY. the ninth of Jadary, one feet-Northwesterly on land of Jonathan Ma- '
NX Wl No din -from sloo Prince M rie-'261 18,21 tt, o 2 o'cl"k, for the put-pose of ehoosings. on ond others, one hundred oantid forty-five feet six
V bb No I Roi-66 do. Tr- do. Brig thirteen Director, I.., ,-.-,,.,i,,, a tr, and acting inches--Northeaslerly on Thirdsitreeti one hun-
In Store75 hbds.j lea KentckyTobacco upon such olher -,r,. rn y E..m- before them. dred and six feet six inches
0 bales Uand Cndtton- g bblse sucerfiue T e' Absent members may vote by proiy, legally autho- 5. Also, another Lot of Landat said South Bos-
290 do. Roles Uland-20 chests hperlu Tea500 pe-, sized. GEORGE HUNT, Secretary. ton, marked S. B No. 80, on said plain, bounded a5
29e0 on. Roain-, chests Imp tt a eenrei a-- p ie',S1an 9 follow Easterly .by G street, one hundred fnd
en Nankin sItide to debentre-40 chests two Fti-Southerly by land now or late of Simon c
Mace-100 pieces Raovens IDuck- 910 bolts Br.g- Elliot, one hutred and ten foet- Westerly by land
gen's first quality Duck--500 pieces brpad Diaperss, late of Henry New nonhuren woeet-
60 t00 Russia Qnill--20 esks Palm Oil, k. cor AUCTIONS. ltf HeryNewman, onehundrend two feet- t
60,100 Russia Quills-20 esaks Palm Oil, e. for) and Northerly by land of Nathan Lnzell, oneb hul-
sale by RICHARD D. TUCKER & CO No.32, dred and ten feet an on
India-street. Jan. 9. EXECUTOR'S SALE. 6. Also,s Lot of Lantd in Cambridge, in the coun- ,
ty of Middlesex, bounded s' follows, viz.,-South- ]
RAISINS AND GRAPES, To be sold at Publick Auction, by Order of Court. ,asterly on a twenty feet passage-owayi there meas- 4
Ost-'AH BRADLEE rCO. No '29, Indid-strt. On TUESDAY, the 91t day of January, 1821, during about ninety-six feet--Southwvesterly on'in El
J ha*e, landing from sloop Merrimack Packet, (THIS DAY,) at past 2 o'clock, P. terly on theiothe r half ois eight No--Nrtheastely 4
for sale, T JVETWTOJV, on the first mentioned bound, being more or less, a
600 casks fish Malaga RAISINS--50 jars ofdc d L howevetherwise bounded -being the
GRAPES. -Jn9 .9 So much of the following described REAL o' however otherwise bounded-being the South- o
RE NSTAJoN EST as will raise the sum of sixteen (hou- esterly part of block nutntbered twunlysix on a
EXCHA:NGE ON LONDON, nd ninety ftbonr dollars, twenty eight crnts,for the plan ofrO. Carlton, dated Sept. 27th, 18J5. $
OR Sale by JAMIES LEE & CO. No. 14, payment of thejust debts of SHBUAEL BELL, de 7. Also, a Lot ofLase, nd in Chrlestow, inz.he
Cen tra[-street. iotf Janngn. 9'. ceaseod,viz: s -i cnu.lyof itlesex, boundedasofollowa. viz.- He. (
A certain lot of Land, with a part Mf a Dwelling. ginning at a stake fo hustndred and eighty feet
JOHN ANDREWS, House thereon, situated in Newton, in the county distant fro0a a stake which stands by a wall near n n
IVES notice to hbi Friends and the- Publie, of Middlesex, beginning at a point in the fence, on Medford river, on the Northerly side of a street a
Ic that he Ias taken M r, OLIVER FERNALO the county road, which is fifty nine feet to the west contempited tol be laid out forty feet wide, thence
into copartnership with him in the Coppersmithi of land late of Solomon Cturtis, deceased, and run- unn"ing by said contemplated street westerly, a s
n under iness, a the ame in lutur ***,. rl i, sal point by the western wall straight line, foty feet, to a stake-thence running a
will be conducted qtnder thedfi sof ..e t ,t- h.rt ,t) of the hotade, 27 fet, 4 inches northerly tO a stake, by land owned by saac Car)-
Ian- I, 1821. JOHN ANDREWS & CO -thence turning and running eastei ly 9 feet on the ton, to hInd owned by the Church in ohartlestowns
'sonth Wall of said front entry, and bounded south- ninety.seven feet-thence easterly a straight Ime
B E N'D E R' S ely on the back entry of said house-then turn- by land of said Church, forty feet, to a stake-
-ot 1 n..a .Veh, ne [ -,,V, antI r'Onninig souithe'rly 23 feeo 6 inches, to the ltiterc stoitherly a straight titn by'land owned i y ..
Lottery and Exchange if/l J thwelt corner of the easterly kitchen of saidl Iosc tarton. nnaly.seven feet to the slake first n
12, State.street, house--thenee southerly fourteen fret to thl lance, mentioned which ataitda fonrt hundred usid eighty
_, and hounded west on the back stlain entry and back ,feet distant frem the stake which stands by the wall
ELEVENTH CLASS kitcheri ofsaid house, and land of B. Hgar-thenee near Mledfrd river,with all the ;irt.l -., and ap.
PLYMOUTH BEACH LOTTERY. turning and running westerly 37 feet, till it strikes purtenances thIereto belonging.
--SCHEPIE. e hladd of Ir. Ebenrt Smar, and running paraltal Alao, a Pew ia tte Churh in Newton, nd say--
I r of with said house, and bounded northerly tn land of et-al Pews and Tombs in ant tmdek" St. Matthew's
1 Prize of 5000 is 5000 sail H.gar, then toning and running southerly 128 Chtrch, Soibth Bosttn, and -- Tombs under the
8 do. of 500 is 4000 feet long said Starr's line to the stream tlstmp- North Church, Salem-street, 0oston.
20 do. of 100 2500 thes from the Saw Mill and Paper Mills, and binut- onditio aDLAM, Eecutor.
30 tIn of 20 is 6(500 dett westerly on said Statr's land, theute ltirning __ __ (.ondi.ton at the .ale.
10 o. of. 20 ias 600 and rutnlning easterly on said stream 85 feet. andt To be sold at Auction, by order of the Hon. Thorn-
1900 do. of 6 is 11,400 lbounded sonltherly on said stream--then turuing and as Dawes, Judge of Probate fior the County of
2009 Prize--6000 Tickets at 0 "-'- running northerly 170 feet, along the line o land Suffolk, on FRIDAY, the 9th day of Feb.
2009 Pr} es--6000 Tickets at 5, S30,000 late of Solomon Uurtis, deeeadsel, till it strike the ruery, itt the year 182t,
Th fit 0 Nmber l county road, and boune eaisterly on land late of One undivided moiety fall that Estate sit-
will l- entit to rNoth r p rum a hyahe s aidt :urlis. then turning and running westerly ailing uOed on Ship-street at the Northwarthlv part of
wi be entitled 50 e payable in 1ickets,in the county road 59 f.et, to the place of beginning, BOSton, known a.d called by the n.me if Union-
the fillowivg order, viz :-- siul bounded northerly on aaid roasd, or however wharf, anil which estate is hounded maid described
Thb first drawn Number will be ehltitled to otherwise bounded, as fuilaws, viz-Westwardly on Ship-street, on
Ticket No. I to 10 inclusive. The sale will be on the premises. Terml, csash land f lThonmas Fracker, on land of the heirs ofthe
The second do. do.11 to 20 do. on the delivery of the deed. late lsaae Ratid, JSt. t nd uni t an(o of Hain:d.li
And each succeeding No. up to 50, in same order. S. o1ADLAM, Evecrttoe. dodd--NorthwErdly on lanad (t' t he irs of he laten
The next or succeeding Four Hundred and Fifty Boston, December 15 1820 Jacob Rhoades-Easotwardlynn the sea, and South-
Numnbers, are entited to Six Dollars each. hardly on land of'Balatd i Hlartt, or however oth.
Less than tsvo Blanks to a Prise, andno deduc- \ 5 J ON S 4 CU. erwise bounded. On lhe stild Wharf there are
tion, j> -a number of valuable Stores and Tenements, well S
Tickets 85--Quarters I,37 in a variety of noum-' TO-MORROW, at 10 o'clock5 tiiantted sand accustomed, ,
Sbers, AT OrCiE--.'o. 20, 'ilbt ..treet,. The saiold ulndided tinnletv of said Wharf was t-

20 packages fresh imported BRITISI and the property of the Iste Johni May, Esq deceased '
,^OTICE is hereby given, that the subscri. FRENCH GOODS, viz : -5 bal s superior andil -it is encumbeved by a mortgage which will be o
S* ber bar been duly appointed Administrator on the common Cloths ; 3 (do do. (to. Cssinires 3 dn, discharged out of the purchase money arising from sl
Estate oft blue, drab and liate Palisse Cloths ; 2 do. low pri-. the a:. i
ELI cROWN, ced American 7 4 Cloths ;'2 cuss Bandonnas, of a The terms of sale will be cash on delivery of the JI
late of Boston,in the County of Sufotk. Masterl4triner. very superior quality; '2do. French Pins, in Boxes, deed. 'o
dleceasedt, sind has taken upon thisnsetf that trust, by en Am.. .
eie bonds as the law directs. An all ra hain 3 bales Americin, Shirting, partially daroaged-2 dh Sale to be on srid Wharf at twelve o'clock, at i
demands uponi the Estate ot the said Eli Brown, are Blue Plains, east trom 3,9d to Ss sterling. ALso- noon. A plan of the auld estate and the title deeds
required toexhibit the same ; and all persons indebted to 2 bales Cassimero, di'rabs, itues and mixtures, rmay be seea on application .o HERtyr K. MAY, o0 S
2he said Estate, are ealed upon r, I'*-.t' 'a 1lio at 12 o'clock for cash-- Wes !ostain;ng said wharf ABIGAIL M AY, Adln'x.
US"stI n,9ct.W L' "' t -"t" .. 155 pair s i '.a toopta. January 8, l31i. 5p
n .



TIFS 0VY, -:t 10 ''clock,
,\' OFFICF- .A' 0'2. [" ,., .,,.:.
An r isoltmhnt ot' DY GOODS, viz:--
eras- No. 4 !aiek Hibhnis--l do. 4 4- Irish Linens,
assnorti-d Nn.-- liii 7, 7 4 an .' S.4 Liden Da-
uim k "TaIle It;oil's -5 als biicaehiid at tit *i .1 1 i.-
ed Dotme-stic C(in"hs alild heirtirgs-- 4 p. r= .1 -
l'rfine Itlue I ..,dies' Ctolhs- I case black s'tripeu-t
,ine V nalieisa Vestinggs--I mn cole. (tarnttm iv ,ri.Ce
--I to f ,cvy Hirds eye !,it ker hi, fa-- bales of
Rhodes & o'is. colouredl Himtib,.'Itts.
AL-SO-2 i'on-A 6-4. plhin lunit toot t %, i;n, -
I cosc green Silk U-nbrellhs-'l0 gross P,- .i I 2--t-
toils -I epsk 1-1.! ito.-sioqdoInths-U-asiimeres-
Gren QuaitSy indiig--White clicked and spot
ted Cr:, .us, k e.. .
8 by 10, 7 by 9, Ai.i 6 by 8 .' window Giass, o
gowd qnu -flr,

On T UIRSDAY next, at i past 9 c "l'cir-k
Vr Oeft's--Mo. -' at,
A general asSoil, rtete of ''ii ls: '., ri,,
then, Jtohnst n', Q ,vtnii l)ictionat) .. .. --P...L-
ei toh*i' Voryges it"it TrI-vems, 6 v.' 4tn, plates--Port
Polio, 0 vCols.o-, '.0%.- o ?.-... 10 v 1 .pates-
Spectalor, O 2 v ,- ,;, u-i ltreeme--Ft-lt-
log'" Works, ti a- li-. '; 's.... 4 v--.old-
smitth's Works, 5 vols.--,neybert's Staltistic. 416-
Franklin's.Works, 6 v--iisa iy ofN t,.Xito 2 -
)UDnbaoo'sE ncvelupaeia, '21 vols- Rusai all's utlodrtm
Europe. 5 v-fItub,. I.-. ,;% ">r.,r-. .... 12 it Hicow-
-en's Horace, '2 v. 1. ... I--..I...- \I i n. ricn t Reg.
sister, 2 v--Walker's Dcltionary -Srsith's Mori:a
Sertinient- Ruolih'a An'cint lHistory. 8 v Pope's
Works, j Fergoon's %iRi.... ..3 -t ,-iot', Voya-
ges, qv Mirrosr bFTaste. ;a ',I '".1. 3 volso
'. 1 l.,.... is L -i. ofthe P ,.-:, 1 -W.irt's
I' U,ri --I ...., ore's ,u..re A Folir
ihlule- .'rn r,.';ri 't t -. n.,S v- '! .1 .I .....*.i Cice-
r,. r --l\a ,..il's, ti.p h! nill Ilin J v--Ad-
ann m' Renmni Anitties- Lliilont's IPcIr.r h--
Thompsrin's Biile, 4 v-!)en Swift2's u ,, kIt. 2 -r
-(Gregomiy's-.ictbonary ifAra sU Sci.nct- 3 v.
A Catalogue will, b publittied to-morrow.

SU AR. r U Plf VE; o. ,
On FRIDAY next, at 11 clockc,
-I-.,t 01fce-
16 bags Calcutta Siigar, of good quaiti,
i, dirnms Figs- 4 boxes fresh rt'unsa,
20 go boxes Spanishdigars-l-t ii C',litle S'.ap
,10 doii, salperimri Vtdonioa Wine,
64 do. Eui le Lvieidrl, (Infi-'e,
5 do ,l d oi.g1 'i-2 luaskets Quills,
I 'io, & & F,,,,u,- i...I tm V other at'bicled.
At r v,a us .S'(i*'- -ii.?,,I Duck'-isades.Hemn.

E rF.rq 1V'T ':.V'ITUR E.
O S I 1 URI \lY next, at 10 o'clock,
-.t Ofice- '
A number of articles of genteel FUltNt-
TURB, the property of a Gentlema:, lre ,king np
hoUlse-ke'ping, viz --18 cane bollonmi itrtatiort
rose ..t Ci n ,a ,r. I h.- l.. n.i.lh mith de
-- 15(( .r s, Hr i..t i.- rp1.. o i.'. I .e P.i. ti.li.
ty fitilr I.) 'h' C, -I- i--I i- | i t i (i:'t h liius,
73 pi.c I -., II I .i.i.rm ,i '.'* Stone
Clijn II)c -. ;i ,.s- I F.i.. L ..;. Is new
pattern-1 pair dbuble Frenchi Bellows,wtth Brushi
to match.
ALSO 1 iset Tea Trav, with Plate Warmerl
Bre id Baskets. &c.-2 Down Beeds Mareillee
Quilis-.- rass Fire F ,-t .., ,i.- f. ,I.,.,s KR,.i..,
-. I ..rl.-'.' eta f.'.c. t h .r,-- ri,,,h t(l',.--t
Lirkri ---r;| tlas Dn r utrl '' B. lassrs--
'. i. .-;e &e,-axl a variety of Kitchesti
Ftiri iture
A t i*2o'e., ,. -i,.. r,, .il .,7 o i, d C, i ,',. '
BY V., ILL \.1I ('IC)ClitikN.

On ''THURSDAY next, at twelve o'clock
10,000 dollars U. S. 7 per cent. Stock,
511000 do, do. do. 6 do. do- do. of 1813,
100 shares in the Sutfftlk B1nk.
-ALSO-to cltste a concern-
The following REAL ESTATES, viz.-Odte
unilivi d h-flt'o fa oi-rtain piece uof Land, with tfl--
Buildings ih reon, situated in Cambtridgepott, at
Eiight BIock Plce, so called, t.( the jitution, sf,
Harsva daiid, oliltnbia-strects, and contaiins abbt
g30u aquara feet;
ALso-One undlividet! quarter pt)art of two lo!it of
Land situated at Sogth Boston, Nos. 61 amt 7.9 bn.
Alano-A certain tract of Land lying in Br-Htiig-
hanm, in the county of NOrfolk, containing f0 iets.-
on the Turnpike road,(jonintig \he biurs ing roitndl.
AtSo-A. lot of Land situated In Grft..i, cotilrtty
ofCiheshire, N. H,
Partlicnlars as to bounds and quantity of all the-
above will be given at ilie a7le..
Also--etsv No. S in Rev. Mr. Frothliaghom'e
Meeting -House, int Chauncey Mhlace.

To be sold by Order of Court, at Public T radit,
On THi (URSDAY, the 11th day ot ainu,,'v next,
at 12 o'clock, at tnon-- On the Premicet,
So nimuch of the Real'Estate imf ', .. ,Isin
Notiage, of Boston, in the county of'i" i, .-...
compals mensis, hs will raise thie sum of rightii hon-
fred ninety nine dollars and tweotv-fur cents, for
he pi.yment of his jut debts and iionideiit .charges.
Said Rea Estate consists of one trAet or iocel of
Land, situated near Soutlace-slreel irt aid Boston.
bounded as follows, viz t-Soautheasterly, 25 feet ons
anl tale ofJeresmi'enh Alien. Esq ---Southwesterly,
4 feet .on land I.ietof said llen, dteeas'ed-North-
esterlV, another lAndi ofsaid a F -j ;.. Nottuge,
25 feet--NortheasterlV, partly on S p ssage--wy off
, feet in width, partly on land now or late of Rich-
rd Humphries. and partly on another panssge-way
f 10) f-et in widlh, measuring on this side, 44 feet.
ALSO-One Olher tract t Land, tiAtialed near
aid Soithae-str-eet, andt funded as fotow; viz :-
Suthwestet rly on land late of Jeretniah A'.. .i'.i
eet-Norlhwestetly on land now or lai e f J.,j.i,
2 feet- Northeasterly on land onw or late of Han-
urm and Eusatis, 36 feet Snuthbaaterly, parlly onit
a pass geway and partly on the land of smit BHenji-
min Nottage,4 I feet, with the barn on the first of
aid lots and the dwelling-house on the last lot-sand
ill rights and privileges thereto belonging.
Conditions fo be made known at the time and.
lace uf sale.
Roaton, December 20, 18 20
* The title, ash a plans of the above may be exami-
ied at the office ot p; R. AtAtr, No 1)4, ourt-at.

On FRIDAY next, at TEN o'clock,
AT OFFICS--.VO. 5, Congreos-.Xqtamre,
An aasortment of PIECE UGOODS.
(Particulars in our next )
JAt Private Sale-Bbhls.Shasghlrks- 1B00 Ciffee
laga-Paper, Quila,s Wafers--IH.,mpers Bottles
ALE of REAL ESTATE, by Addministratrix.
ly virtue of a license, eru.ned by the Judge of Pro-
bate in the '0on1ty uf Suffolk, to make sue*- of so
much ofthe Real Estate of JoSe.pa Mt.aR,
late of Btoston, Baker, deceased, as will raIse
the snm of -'; li.t.. '.. ti rI; andl'sixty-ser-
eu dollars .,', I j .ti cents foir the
payment of lis just delbts sri ...i -i-.
tal charges, the aubteriber. i: ,,fi.r
for saut at Poubli'k Auctioni,
n WVEDNESDAY, tie 24h day uil-January
next. at 12 o'clock, t On the Pruemises,
A certain piece of LAND, siliaedt in said
slton, bounded and measuring as foltlows,. viz:-
outherly hn land now or late of French & Lover-
,g, one bundredt and fiv; faet-Kasso r'y on isand
f re,- 'v Clar'k, twenty-.nine feeu nine inhesa-
., ir..- on laud now or lule of Robtrt Wyer,

ne hundred and five feet. antid esterly on Orange.
street, thirty-nine feet, Itgethecr with all the priv-
eges and app'artenanees thereto belonging-sub-
ect however to i h, right of dower, which the vitd-
w ofsaid Joseph MVilner h .s in ind to the prem-
ies. The Sale will be made on thK Land.
S.didministranrix ofthe
ELIZABETH MILNKR, -estate of Joseph 3.il.
.) net ncacased-
Soi4fn, Dec, 15, 1420,

CFe j 'ane, .


QrEE.,v c AiULJL--A sSy SOvNG.
Welcome to Britrin'a shoae,
T'heince t; depart tin more,
Long exiled Queen!
TI b-gtuiCiI',lthrone ascend,
Tlireereegn thy eopllI', friend,
,Nyj peace thy sdysalterst !
Long live sthQieQten's

But, hark flut Treason's voice
Disturbs a nation's joys,
With sounds obscene Z
See a Gi., q g.. rl-e,
*By Tr ..'.. : .. ISpies,
YWih malice, fraud, and lies,
To crush the Quene.

But vain the war they wage,
Vain all thfir frantic rage,
Their sate afd.' spleen !.
The Briti sh Lion wakes,
His mane in fury alikesa,
ilts voice In thunder breaks
Long live the Quseen !
Ti'.s.', ,.' v glad we sing
t' -.. ,-is,,;.. widow'd King,
'Thly foes shall full !
Qgeen by the inalion's will;
Spl e nfthat p:lijilr'tl bill,
'" ''hsre. there. Regina still,
I" Spite oftlacm all!

What though bthe venal crowd
Of conurtiers, mean and proud,.
Hler court decline,
Genius aside taste shall there
With Freedom's sons repair,
To.breathe their native eir
With Caroline.
< And now, the (empest past,
Long may thy triamplh I'.st,
Most gracious Queen !
Thy rightful throne ascend ;
There reign the people's friend':
M'lay peace thy days .Sitead !
Long live the Queen !
------= 0000O --

Extiract froI tie Jtew-year's ,*1d-
dress of he Carri of e Carrier of ithe Hartford J/er-
cury-Jan. 1, 1821.
Well generous Patrons, this pastyear
l., ].:,;'dl with plenty and good cheer,
Amn we have reason to llhank even
For blessings in abundance given;
"'Tis true, a little Cash we've wanted
But yet 'tis better 'twas not grained ;
That Want it ;fr sour warning a,:iot,
And for our welfare surely meant,
To teach us, while in iatanhood's prime,
More saving,;snse another thnie.
This lack of Cash, if we are wise,
Is but a blessing in disguise,
Full thirty yeirs e must retrace,
Seat ancient Prudence in her p[inee,
Throw Folly (Iown from Fashlion'z throne,
And bid lExsravsgaice begone.
Let us not others' mai.dncess ape,
But by our means our living shape-.
When all our produce is dog.cheap,
.atrnners must fewer chaises keep.
'I h .r wiveisstd daughters to the town is,
M!,. i seldom jaunt to get new -"-'
From traders' shop--buit stay .,, .I.iI:'.,
in homespun dress, and ply the loinn,
And let the young men rounil them see *I
They w-eil can guide a 'family.,
And farmers too, munt seldom buy
Those things which grocery ..rei riply.
Would they refresh the men .) tho t .' -
T he produs l s.f.i" i [i ,. ,: ;i"
Sound, gene,..ii ,, i I. i .hr., us:-
That, will t.' b ,i- .- i .. i i. .uh-- il.fT.f.i:
T ilen will It, -ir, '.: I c ,s I .i n h -' l .-i ,
And girls will thrifty husbands get :
This is plain trutlh-not poetry ;
That's not my aim, as all may see,
Think not, ye farmers that I blame
YRu onl -'tis throughout the same.
E'xtu'avegance has seized on alt,
Merchllans and traders, great and small--
Meahanics, doctors, lawyers, tailors, -
Day-labourers, salary-men, and sailors,
Clerks, 'prentices, and drarm-retailers.
Some spend as if of wealth possess'd,
And living oa their interest-- .
'Tis interest surely, when 'tis known
The principal was long single gone i
Andtit is doubtful whether many
E'er of right principles had.any ;
For buying without me*:ns of meeting
Our payments, once was reckon'il cheating,
So6te yet remember that old time,
When shameless waste was dlem'tl a crime,
WVhen he who tlms fileh'd otherr' gains,
VWas dul)'d a raec I f' r isis pe na,
But numbers, now, play ih s base game,
lDelvis ,"hII reprn eh t nsl shame,
f: ...s irm. s .; .i i ii rit fioneeost,
S -v I I e -I 1- -I .i i, F .['' "''r i On il ot.
This pl. gue' is worse tIsn yellow fever :
And iit ,'ors Ile No, nere,
Until tin rich men leaed Olth way,
Dress plain, hvc fi ugally. ;sid p)y"
For goods from shops in ready -csh,
And. frown ois him who makes a dash :
This is their duty- if fulfili'd,
'Twill save fromn ruin many a chili.
Sm'cs, thuiroin guilt iand want protected,
VW ill bl-,ss the p: rents who corrected.
Ila a free country, like our own,
Where rights s;re equal,, we are prone
With rich folks in our dress to vie, -"
As if we thought that dress could bay
i,-.i,, 1."4..d want of brains supply. 1
S ,d error real cons. qiueoce
1I never got by mad expense,
Which, to be sure, makes people stare
T. .-,. ,hat monstrous fools we are:
i' f tsy dress, profession, trade,
Ishai is-i respeetal,' arc made ;
Respect good conduct will attesnd-
'Tis on ourselves we must depend.
Nowl must turn to distant climes,
AndI briefly nose the I,'. 'I in .,:;.-
Lo cheerful fires of Freedom rise
In Naples' clear, uneloused skies,
And those who ne'er before were free,
Demand man's birtlhight, Liberty.-
Spain too, anew tilts up her head,
Like one awaking from the dead ;
Her rights resumes, while tyrants frown,
Yet fear by force to put hsr down.
The Pornuguese have caught the flame,
A.ad stort from boindage and from shame.
Jeayven grant these nations, ne'er again
May feel Ioppression's galling chain.-
Prossia's hlflhidde-i, secret throes
sFre''lon ,,lm I i tii lrtil tii lnms I
W while ( .: ,'... i .... p ',..-., tUr II
With langiag wish their yoke to spurn ;
And even P.land's sons sgamn
Seem to resaeiaber they are men.
In this town, Mi'. George Sylvester, aged 44--.
EI;z'. -eth, dsiglgh erof iMrs. E. )a vis.
i) ciChestr', Mr Timothy Gould, of Dedhiam,
agei 44, accidentally killed by the wheel of his
I \'il Springfiels, Dec. 31, the Rev.aJ. LAT'.
I., tI I1 This trnly venerable mat lias long stood
at the head of American )svines. For more thian
60 \es'r : ii is itU'y was dassongnished by active
arid emiseut usefslness. Six volsnies of adsiralsle
diisconurses published during his life remain a dur-
alIle monun, et siC h.s aoulets, learning eni piety.
In N. Bedford, Jabfz Ilammond, aged 51.-Mr.
)sses Grisinell, aged 29.
In F!irhavei, Mts. Kempton, widow of Mr.
Jsmes Kemtpsto
Io lieisshothl, Miss Charlotte Liulsey, aged 98,
di-,iCli' of isr. Jshnson Lindsey
1., H .s..i-il Mirs. Susannah, relict nf the late
Satmue.l Cookson, Esq formerly of Roxbury, agedi
97.-Mr. Richard Hastiigs, aged 30. He aeci.

denly fell into the fire a few wseekis since, which
probbiy caused lil, ; -.
lu A adover', 7 l .'et Babcock, wife of the
Rev. Jo'iih Babcock
Iu Dresden, Ae. Logis, sdnof Mr. Ceo, Good-
win, aged 14-accidentally killed by a loaded team
passing orer him,u


TItulBULr., (0caio.) BC. 21.
On Tuesday the 12th irst. during the sea.
sion of the court of common pleas, for Truin.
bull county; tihe Hon. George Tod presiding-,
Lois Stone was tried for thlie alledgedi murder
of her three infant children. The trial presen-
ted a scene ass interesting and melancholy as
was ever, perhaps, witnessed in a court ofjus.
twice in this or any other conntre.
The counsel f r the accused, Messrs. Webb
and Granger called witnesses to -prove the
woman insane, and happily succeeded beyond
the possibility of a doubt. All the witnesses -
examined as to that fact, some of whom were
gentlemen of eminence in the medical profes-
sion, concurred in the same opinion ; and her
insanity was clearly and unequivocally estab-
lishisd. The character of the unfortunate ac-
cused previous to her mental derangement,
appeared in the most amiable colours, and
pity and compassion for her misfortunes took
po session. of every breast.. There was but
one feeling-one sentiment, on the subject ;
and the jury, after hearing the ', ,'i,,Tc ,.,, on
both sides, which were short and pertinent,
were unanimous in their verdict of not guilty. "
Mrs. Stone left this place on Wednesday imorn-
ing in a state of total derangement.

CHtAnTLSTON, (s. c.) IDEC. 25.
Price Current liemarks,
COTTONS-Sea Islands remain about the
same as last week; there is but little inquiry
for them, and the sales have been very limited.
Uplands fully support their price, and one or'
two large sales have been effected at 161 cts.
RICE-TThe sales of the week have been
pretty extensive, ":'.t tl ir,' has been a small
reduction in the (t i.ce-tile best wais dill on
Saturday at 2i.
ses have been effected somewhat below our
last week's quotations. Sugars arb also on,
the decline-the new crop from Louisiana 'is
beginning to come in, and it has a decided
preference in our market. The primest Cof'
fee still brings 31 cents.-Courier.
ALT'rIsOtE, JAr, 2.
Capt. Barbine, of the schr. Eliza, ijust arriv-
ed from Port at. Prince, states that a Colutm-
'ian government schr. from Santa Martha, re-
ported that that place had surrendered to
the patriot forces, and but little doubt exist-
ed of the speedy fall of Carthagena.
At the last dates from Cumana, it is said
the Royalists were preparing to evacuate the
The revolutionary expedition against Peru
sailed from tCoquimbo Aug. 26. They took
on board the crews of two American vessels.

MIDDan..BnY, (vr.) JAN. 2.
Extract of a letter from Washington, Dec.21.
It is not impossible that a further proviso
io the following effect, may be moved- to Dr.
L,-t..', Resolution prospectivelyy admitting
Missodri into the union.) And provided
further, that the people of the proposed State,
shall ordain and establish that, without the
consent ofC '.i ..' .I-, there shall be neither
slavery nor involuntary servitude within the
1..i1 ",1 iit. other than ftor the punishment of
crel-p whereof the party shall have been duly
c..mi r...l."
-' a .---o--
tBsInlBniPOiT, (CON.) SAN- 3-
SlhWtcking occurrence.-On "'f.. sI',\ even-.
ing last, about eight o'i:'ik,'Ie iihli.Li isil f
Hit.. h..r...iilh cri ,lJ.i m el l,, l'. r r\ ,.i|' .. .. '
S I. -'h 1i1. 1, -.1ibs a.' e t is l e .. l .. 1 ...1.:.1 t ,
a slight fall of snow, tr'e .il, t..r le,, ns...
mentus, sensations of terror and consternation
which may very naturally be felt by a people
inhabiting'a place so compactly and combus-
tibly built. The fire, we soon learnt, origina-
ted at the village of Old Mill, about a mile
and a half distant, in an old dwelling formerly
occupied by Mr. Darius Folsome, deceased,
-and in which his'aged widow lately lived, and
died, in consequence of a fit of apoplexy,which
"felled her into the fire, (she being the only
tenant oflthe houses But a most singular and
appalling- circumstance is, that' the very per.
soi who discovered her in her last distressing
agonies, was thie very person who has now fal-
len a victim (through her own depraved and
vicious propensities) to tile same destroying
element. The widow HIuldah Baker, a poor,
dissipated, wretchedl vagrant, who, in the life-
Sime ofold Mrs 'Fs ome, frequently called at
Ih:r lonely dwelling, ansd-had latterly made it
her principal place of shelter; on that even-
ing retitited home with the means, if not in
an acittal state of intoxication ; and, awful to
relate, ended her drunken reverie with hier life,
in tie flames that consumed her hovel ; thus
leaving behind her; to those addicted to the
worse than brutish practice of drunkenness,
this sad memento--Just like a brute she lived
-and .so like a brite she died.

NEW-iiRDFRonY, tAW. 5.
Extract of a letter from Samuel Hodges, jun.
Esq. .American Consul ait Cnpe de Verds, to
the editor o'f the Mlercurj, dated Villa de
PrayaS, St. Jago,. ov. 6, 1820. ,
"Tlhe slave sloop Arata, alias Gireenock,
from St. Jago de Cuba for (be Coast of Africa,
lias been seized and sold at Bonavista, for
sailing under two flags. Information having
been given to the Governor by the Spanish
captain, that she had usea two flags, seaichi
was immediately ordered, and a British Regis-
ter, issued at Jamaica, fiouind onl board. The
person representing the English captain was
an American, from Baltimore, and most of the
men were Americans, who claimed their dis.
charge immediately on the arrival of the ves-

The (.t .1 ,*, ,- .,f Louiai:aha have before them a
bill ton t ...." >- .-g- necal goveriaten t to ereet for-
tifications for their defence. They state that up-
wards of eleveri millions of dollars have been paid
from their state to the United States government
since 1815, and they hove expended for their de-
feice but 2001,(')0.0
Plittstburghli, N.Y. has been incorporated as
a city 5 or 6 years-and as it is said to have
failed to answer the beneficial purposes first
intended-it is now proposed here to petition
thue Legi'slau're to declare the charter void.
AnciiurA.snI) HENE uisox, Esq. is appointed
Lt. Col. Gommaslasst of the Marine Corps.-
His nomination was unanimously approved by
the Senate.
Benjamin Hardin, Esq. M. C. is appointed
Attunr.y Genral of Kentucky.
WtriiA'it J. IUaS ,, Esq. has been appohnted
Deputy Atisrney General ftir the city of Ihihslael-
phia, in place of Georgei M. Dallas, Esq. removed.
In the Aaugusta Chronicle, received a few
days since, the editor announces that four
thousand dollars are due him in Attgusta a-
lonue-that after two weeks hard dunning', he
was enabled to collect but one hundred dol-
lars-and that at the time of writing" the par-
agraph, he wss classicaly amusing himself in
an attic story, merely to avoid a CA. SA. for
eighty dollars to the sad discomfiture of
John Doe and lichardil Roe.- Ha apologies
to tl he prosecutor and sheriff for the wild

gfoose chase" be led them; but he says, it
was a gratification he could not withstand.
Bachelors look out /--,A Mr. 1 island, of
the Maryland Legislatuire, has obtained leave
and actually introduced a bill to impose a
tax upon Bachelors !

C'e i TON.
FEW boles superior Upland Cotton, sow
landing f-om sehr. SAly. A so, in store, a
feaw basket Maca-oni--6 cases Marble Slabs--3
casks Dutch Furs, sniabic for triinmigs. For
sale b.y LUNT & LEECH. No. 15, udia-whatf.

..5LSO OR S.&LE,
rrr- 'The Brig GEOKGE LIT-
S';'.-; TLE, a stench and burtliensorue Vessel.
Inquiress above. J-Jn. 2.
EVUEL POP t, Jr. having taken the Insur.
A a-e Ofi'ce lately kept by NATti'L. P RUS-
SELL. Eq. solicits a sh-re of she ptronaige of Iis
Friends and the Public, who may wish to effect In-
surance on Marine risks, -

81IP & J! f C "Hii. i iVD1SE B R O.KERAJ GE.
The- Ship and Merchandize Brokerage will be
coniioned 's usual at his former stand, Mer.TIOM.
AS TIlAS I'ER having hired a part of the office,
the business will be conducted by LEMUEL POPE,
% '] he superior fast sailing
.4'G coppered brig TWO FIIENDS, JAeCO
SMiTH,'-master, will be ilisp itched imamediately.-
For freight or passage, apply as above. Jan 2.
A.um, Sugar, MIol8asses, &c.

3 Vo. IS, Central-wharf,
|-AS for srle, 124. lhhds Havana .iolasies,
85 boxes white Havana Sugar, "* Entitled
47 do. brown do. do. > t
Sales Cua Cotton, venture
Few bales prime green Coffe,Debenture
20 hhds W I. Rum,
4 pipes Hollands Gin, 4ill proof,
Quarter casks Sicily Madeira Wine,
Hoxes old Madeira Wine in bottles,
BoxesNo1.J.._ and 3 Soap,.. .-
Do. Windsor do. ,Jan 5

No. 21, Central wharf,
S VE for sale-93 hhds. Kisstsucky Tobacco,
pars ot which is f very suiterior qu-'lity .
80 1.,-, E, '- N0o 1, manufactured Tobacco,
509 d.- I'lc i,,i 'i No, 1, do do.
70 do. Enuder's No, 1, do do.
110 do. Starr's No. 1 & 2, do do.
30 do, do No. 3, do do.
20 bides New-Orleanss Cotton,
60 quarter casks superior old dry Lisbon Wine,
I trunk Madras Hdkfs. of'good quality Pnd pat.
Strns. Cash liberally advanced on Goods consigned
fdr stle. -Jan. '2.
O Yao. 20, India-street,
Best Russia Duck,
Philadelphia Loaf Sugar in tierees,
Stperio rSheet Ising Glass,
Russia Down in smi ll bdlea,
50 whales Bottle and Vial Corks, best kind,
F.w e.ses Russia Quills 6it 6 Jn.t 2.

4 -, VE FOR SALE, landing ftm.s ad. Halcyon,
25 bales New-Orleans Cotton. new crop.
From seh. Swiftsure,
10 boxes Havana white Sugars,
13 hhds. Molasses. IN STORE,
400 boxes Havana brown Sugars,
15 hbds. Muscovado do.
37 bbis do do.
42 hhds. ;uadatloupe Molasses,
200 bags R,( Negro and, Suiilnam Cocoas,
6 hibds Koniscky Tobacco- TobaccoStems,
in hhds.
Mould Candles, assorted sizes, warranted
to be made exclusively from American
67 bags old Laguira Cofrse, imported in 1810,
Sole Lealher, Palm Oil, Liseeid Oil, tresh
Filberts, Sicily Sumac, Russis r.id Ravens Duck,
Nittra Skins, Russis lalfDown and Featbers,Lonk"
ing Glass Plates, Chinese Vermdlion, Oil of Annis,
Orange, Orange Buis, Cantoni Crapes, sewing and
figured Sarsnets, Sealing Wax, Speller, groatnd
Ging, r, manuf.ctured Tobacco, Wax Candles, Or-
slie eel, Hyson Tea,New-Orleans Cottou,. bales
(.1 s n., I Cotton, &e. J Jn 2
Nlc. '25, India-oaharf,
A BOUT 9001. sterling Bills of Exchange on
London. Ji 2
-", it. .'" r7 V :- TI,.'',RES &ce.
r AWO hundred and tl'ty bbis. Wdiinigtlon Tar,
now landing.
100 bbls. Spirits Turpentine-700do. Pitch-
1000 do., Rozin--50 do. Bright Varnish-50 do.
Flour, Linseed Oil ans' 1 'l. .. .1r fi.-f w sale by
JAMES MORRILL, :.,. ... Ostie '.i.
Jn, 5.

Fiesh Howard-street Flour.
a OSEPH FIELD 8c CO. No. 17, Long-wharf,
B have for sale, now landing from schr. Helen,
from Baltimore.
2106 bbla. best Howard-street superifine Flour.
112 o10 do do fine do.
Ja an. 5.
WETT i. HAM MOND, No. 8, Central- street,
I have for sale-a few cases superior Floreuce
Oil-boxes Spanish Cigars-and one bale worked
India Musiiso. Dec 29.
V4ORTY-FIVE bales Upland Cotton, received
S ptr Almira and Only Son, for sat.- b l "1R.-
ItY HALL, No. 38, Central-whasf. I. I, ..,'
sale--Droata on New-York for 54000, at short
sight. Dec29.

F HREE hundred and f'ty 'bbols. superfine Flour
t -a few pieces half bleached Russia sht' -.ir,,.
For sale by E. LA)DD, No. '21, Long-whart.
Dec. 9.
il NE hundred bbls. No. 1, Pork, Boston In-
$ specttion-100 boxes Mould Candles, warrant,
ed to lie made exclusively frons American Tallow,
just rcetived,and for sale.by BAKER & HODGES,
No. 30, India-street. Jan. 5.
NE hundred tierces fresh Rice, (part of new
crop) landing and fir sale by R. & E. )AV-
EN PO)T, No. !4, n,'tral-whart'. Dee 29
Sal AImmoniac antd tim Copal.
P ICK AN, ROGERS I CO, No. 24, India-
wharf, have just received fjr sale,
5 casesSal AMMONIAC,
3 cases Gum COPAL. is2w Jan 2.
AMUEL .F GOOLIDGE,No. 15, Central street,
has fo sale, now landing from brig Atbert, n
India-wharf--141 hhds. very superior Martinsque
M classes. Jan. 2.
OR sale at No. 61, Broad-street,
S South American, African and itndia GUM
COPAL, of the first quality, by B, DARLING.
J.n 2.

S No.40, Central-wharfi. .i,. 2. .
-- l and-ils Exchange..
ITHE Sibsirber c' enlss to coiicotiig ila on
Providence, Newport, Harttirdi, Msldletown,
New f-i:ven, N. y'ork, Philadelphia, Ualtinmore,
Wyashington, Riehasond, hisetersburlth, Norfiolk,
Fay'trevite, Chartetist, Savaniah, Darien, Atgis,
ta, New Orleans, St. Louis, D3t'ront, Montreal-
Quebec, Passaoiasquiddy, Wat.crille, Portland
Poiiitsmouth and SI ler. '
WVated to orchiase--ndoubted Bills on New-

York, Philadelphia, -1- ltimt re 1 'n -, r;- 'i-
moiul, Norfolk, Petershbuorl, I .n Il
t01, Savaiiah, Augussta, D.irien and N. Orleans.
SVanted also, a teaw Doubloons.--For sale, a few
Shares in State Bani Stock. Also, 51400 U. S.
7 do.
By SAMUEL DANA., No; 5, Cohgress-street.
Dec. 12 2m.

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flats, .t:,Sie.,' T : '-' ,-iii0t' ls.
Pltnes, Trimmings, &e, -

GERRY FAI ..r, K-,
ANo. 2, Proevisce House Rasow, nearly a-opposite the
Old SqusA. "
f AS for sifesan exteos ivi assortment of the fob-

Gentlemen.'s atpegi ne "imitation beaver, S4.
Y oung G _. 1ii.1ii '. j ,i ,t., d 3.
T'iese I s .11 ," .-'. a ii" .i th1.hl n r- and dura-
ble as the real beaver, and are recommended as
a -, Cc e r .,.5 i'' ,t t c1.
G i. .11-. i.' l i' i g 5 a 6.W
pest superfine Beavers, warranted equal to any
manufactured in the United States,
Brewster's; Wilson's and Costar's N. York Hats,
Children'i, fancy Hats. with elegant trimmings,
A ti k, .' efI.-.. -c.ced sod common Hats,
rVil i. r I, I 1 1, & c.
M,:.L..,., I1 r,_n's and boy's Fur Caps.
Ladies' white, black, drab arid blue beaver Bon-
nets, full triIsmmed. I
Missai5' aud ehfidren's A-, do. do.
Black, white, drab, blue, yellow and green Os-
l; ii, F 'it. .rs. some very eleg,.nt,
L..',,0 r.. .c:' Down Feathers, all colors. _
A conmpfste assortment Bonnet Trimmings,
H ". ,; D'l's, TI'.n, -i,. c
i...i. tHetver i, i,.F t i t r,.i ,I.., trimmed at
ti, 'Is .h notice. Plumes repaired, cleaned
anm turled. -
('al, and Stoek paid for lne and plate Hats
in tfu ufinfishel tate, .- .
Gentleman purchasaig for shipping'or country,
trade, will find it fori their sidvsnt.ge to call tnd
exismine, as ever article will be sold low for
cash. (is3nt.) Oct. 10.
t1i( .'i.*i I I'ult -- t ll; ;t Ph lii .S.
SEENTLMEN'S Dasncing Pumps, vsT'ry supe.-
f rior, at 6f 9dg, fortsle at No. 20, Cornhill
also-Ladies' Muloroceo Walking Shoes, at 6s.
Dee.I. eplmi
IIe ,litr-'l. n L,,i! t1- bi 'i2 l-s..
-I' I,[a; : l i.h & GREEN, No. 39, Market-st.
S have tils day received frort the Manufactuo
rers, 300 pair Wellington Boots, of good workman-
ship, which they are enabled to sell at tbhe unusual
low price of S3 15 cents. tf. Aug11.
("qRATES assorted particularly for the Country
U Trade, and warranted of the first quality
Ware. For sale at the lowest prices, for cash or
1.11 ....- .1l ... li s-t No. 80, M iddle m.ie i. o:.,rner
U 'ttId' 1 '... s',..,, by EDWARD, 'P \GL.
Oct 13. istf.
SSelling off at reduced Prices.

SAS Removed from Brittle-street, to 54, Mar.
ket-st. 10 doors from Court-street,S. side,,mnd
has for sale at the London Clothes and fHat
Warehouse, received by the late arrivals .---
elegant rich Cloths and Kerseymeres, French
.n.1 I gih ; London H-ats, 6, 4 and t 2-E-iglish
I...I I-r iel, black Silk Velvets-600 gronce rich
gilt Coat and Vest Buttons, latest London patterns
--to pieces English, French and Italian Silk Vest-
ings, new patterns-200 black Silk Vests, '2,50 to
.--" lack, blue, striped, white Kerseynmere,
l'5.,.. it I, Toiliaet, ailnd Valeneia Vests, 2 to S4,
black twilled Silk, for Surtout linings ; 100 Sur-
touts 18 to S-6- 300 blue and black Costs. real
West of Enigl.nd superfine Cloths, 16 to 224--
6,'0O pair blaek, blue, drisb nid mixed Pantaloons,
Kerseymere and Cloth, 7 to 510--60 Ibs. rich
Miohair Twist, warranted niot t, I;. -- .h- injs
Marshall's p [ tent Thread--3(100gi". ". I..r.i- i..ulil
Btacedo. and Ir on Butons, for Pantalouons--Silk,
Coat nd Vest Bitnding-10 doz. Silk Puri,es-Mohair
and Silk iButtoin-t0 groe Buckles, for Pdinta-
loons, SCe
The aliove comprises a good assortment of fine
Cloths, C assimeres, and Bttous, of the best qtal-
ity and latest patterns--which will be sold at redu-
cil prices, whohl-ssle and retail for cash
Clothes made in the latest London fashion,sod
braest manner., ep4w. Dec. 12.
i UST opened, ont case of elegant French Flow-
ers--also, very fine Linen Cambric Hdkis. -
';-,,, French Zephyrs, ike. kie which are offer.
s,, ale at NP. 83, Market-street, by WEB-
SOSEPH P. BRADLEK, No.12, Bitler's-row,
A~ hiss just received and for sale -Lane's Parlour
Stoves Lawrence kS Mellen's do --Thomnipan &
Chesoeu's do.-Wilson's do. with urns and cupo-
la tops -2 elegant Church Stoves-10 Wilson's.
Bfsx Stoves. 2m Dee 12.
J-OSEPH P. BRABLE", No. 12, Bullers'-Row,
has for sale,
200 dozen Japan Stand Lamps,w ith feeders,
200 do. Candlestick Lanmps, do.
200 do, Jacket do. In.
20 do. Brass do. do. '
N. B.-~ These Lamps were manufactured at the
State Prison, Charlestown, and will be sold on good
terms, for cash or approved credit. Liberal dis-
count by wholesale, ,law4rm. Sept 15.



SIHE Proprietors of the BOSTON GLASS
MAN UFACTORY have the pleasure to in-
form their friends and the public, that they have
reduced the price of the
Boston Crown Glass,
to such rates as will make it cheaper C(-its weight
and quality considered) than CrownG iass impor-
ted tnom London And liaistol.
"' !i:- is,, ii t'l* i. in :.[ nj-Iit otand
brillatcy, which the BOS'I'ON GLASS possesses
over all other, is too well known to be questioned,
and the P'roprietorsare determined that nothigon
their part shall be wanting to render the glass msaes
f.,l. .1 ,, fuinre eqnal to any they have ever made
h,.- pr-ice of CHELMSFOKD
GLASS i"salso reduced, and offeredd for sale, (to-
gether with an assortment of SOUTH BOSTON
NLINT GLASS.) packed in excellent order fir
transplortation,at thl Ioston Glass Mlanufactory,
Eassex street.
*' (*J::n ,l .... 'iil, :ie t,,l to the ,Super-
itteudantt of the Boston Glass Alotufactory, wil
receive prompt attention. eoltf July 28.
OHN PERRY & SON havefor sale, landing
fi'om brig Britannia-
94 boxes Havana Brown Sugar, superior quality.
6 hhds, Trinidad Sugars, and a .general assort-
meit uf Provisions. )ec. '29.

Bristol. Kwn e Br ick--ust Iron0)
SECRIVED by the Fav'nrite, from Bristol,
and for sale at No. 4, Dock Square,
1000 Knife DIrick,
100 Euglish Iron Pos, 2to t0 gallons,
*28 and 56 ib. Scale Weighis,
Franklin Stoves--Sheet Iron,

10 by 8 and 9 by 7 Bristol Crown Glass. & e.

Y TfIITE LEAD--of superior
i V in oil, for sale at 27, L ... -I Cf. byitICE
&THAXTER. tf Dec. 26

Good Exchange on Charlestoni, ba-
tannath and Jew-Oi rleins,
c ONSTANTLY wanted-constantly fer sale-
Ain nonstAtityv sattenied to by I'. P. F. DE-
GRAND, Broker, No. 69, Bro.d-street.
ALSO-Bank Bills of thoae piles.
August 4. epistFb.

SEAiSO;.,JBLE .REDIC .. .. ( r, ;,;;: sa?;? f -., a *t
orpr, -T' NNELY-Dgit, No. S-, P HE t "ot.T S .', ..
.. -. i e-V's V A f i Y .of itetet, >.e t u s l h CO S.
.i...i .fors34e, L Mrkr tsr.hie-ica st b i' ]se -w Its ,,s'e. -
iiiA i LT> NeSsi i LOZE' GES. WE tLSt N 't S Its e, No 3,t y i
Thismediineebear sI t ogy whlatener to oth sa" Ut-tl .et wt er, w la at" i. w -
ers ot siiilrf title, .oacoiOtinnln y conplai.e! oi as u.riilt ol- Uibls, Stchooolt Isris, Aacesti Uf t.
oper ati g sili violef e ; on tie coI LI ry ', par ,t e n es re a. L L e.
,, ,., I, i S re t) ts1 .being suite et publi.lied ss, .b ve, niew edise in s I r!ik s, ,'s-
to eI .- j .I i ,s i- ssth ', hino liHymnslsarge and tzs t tpe. ie ri-
but w lati ,i .." ii,,. S -,,5 ,,,, isso rs iil ii ts : "
operation, That it cnoot ijure the-teIeesstinfant f ''T trI;L' !'-t-l--a net Ciiltion of the,
of a weelt old, should nio worms exist ,it the body ; ar'IT'a an iStei eating Siwy Ii'iso h, bv ar'v'
bin ..11, .. .ill.. ., ,, 1 -.l,- s... .ti b t eI price 25n cents. Au eiii'in if itlis
n..'. d d .. p.. l' I.. easing liltle Stirv .w as lubtisiii rd a f w y-sr
and thereby preventthe production oz worms, iand s since by Ml nrt e & Francis, of' whit h ihes e
many fatal disorders. remain none for sale. 6q>. Dee a22.
A dose ofthis medicine g .-.n ree; .ir, .il.luri --
-tl.I .i m :n .....i.... 1 efectuallyprevent thie'vom, .s YValuble .t Ir ;fi Book.
itg arid urging of children," a dreadful disortder, Ir E N V i I L Salemn, hats just Ioblish.-
which annually eiist,-A ......n.J. i ei the infaltt 1- iTC 1T. V I. FOR P ;il t'-: .>I' '. M
part four itizers., I : I 'I .ii.e 1 I.. .nilhlest ano ILl;F ..s .It,,jestic li.-.ni f.
mosteertain remedy known, anti has restoietl 'tp By Wa.LIAMI JAY, author of Sermons, Discourses,
health and strength a great number 'l i. i.. i &e.
,9.iceed stage of this fatal complaioil. I-,,i ...i ,' The principal part of family 5:'gion is prtyver,
and plain instructions are given for I,'ery part of everyy mordingf andil. 1. ih and reading son(r par
the necessary treatment il such eases. ltion of Striptnre ; a'..J iI. .s so necessary to keep
Children generally take this medicine with ea alive a sels. of Gtod antd Relgion in tile minds
gerness, it having a pleasing appearance and an a men, that where it is neglected, I do not s-e. htw
greeable tas.te. T i any f, mily can, in renaoni, I :.r,,, .i ainilV rs"
ILf.1IS4jIVTI BILIPUS PILLS. i i,..... inleedt, have ,,, r.l.,....,_ all."--
The operation oftliese Pills is perfectly n'i-ld,so .'1 ,- .'. 1 p, 'Tillotson.
that they min..t 1i.", :l .I Il i..i. iLI :,ntsin ev- From tiiW second English edltinn-wilh an Ap
ery situation.. i.1 'I 'i pendx containing a number of Select and Oigi"
T hey are i ,- .:.ll'i f)ly i rt 1..i ,r-, i.tT super- r.,.I 1P .) ... "
fluous bile, i..l pil --. si ii, uii.. il seI.' ii ions-to This volume '.,ii .:n S' rf PFamily Prsyera for
restore and n.i.i Ih.' il -ti --pr.LI I. a 'free every morning 1.1.i .I.. I'.i five weeks-Priyers
perspiration ,inI th. ,' pr-_'.. n ,isl.,. '..hieh of- for Select Oesasio,' s-Short Devotions to be .ssed
tI htir f .1 ..,.Icii., err ,lose never fails to re- ocessinitilly---Petitions for pearticulae oscasinsa--
move ... .i.,, ,i ..k i fii appearunse. They Thanksgiving-Pioussaidressesfor lsrtleular events
pr rt.-l.:,i irt.l ..r isr,i. .,g habitual eostiveness- Select .r,.lI (1i ;;r,.. p r, n P. s -i ta P t Ta-
ck,.,, t I. ,it,.r,.., itnd severe head ache- ble.- Pr,..-: .I',. .I ',l ti., per dstz.- I .. ...'e by
and onght to be t.k1..,. by all persons on a change Henry V. '..ppl,, 1.i. n., ri.chardson & Lord,, S.
ofetlimate: T. T.'. r..,. ,UI R. P. & t W illiams, It.... i.
They are i l'..i' i ..I ,sis k.l' ..'e..s.,.Ii' i'., pre a 1i i,in.r-.- N w'l.tin-ryneNt sn. 'a.
venting and C.un i,., ,,'.rl-r ler,.i,.,,* ... '....,g v6y ij *t is 'vo s Wi s' ,.
'; 111td alhoulit he procre.d,and carefully presei t, 'pibe OW E ',.
,d i..hr i, ,' .-very sessastan. '- UST publihetld by LEONARWD G. BOWLES,
AstlL I U.1 t" .i'.1'.'. RESTOR ITIVE, W No. 18, Cornhill,
I, -,u.inli,... l-.l ed i,. ,1.,i,l i.. ,:l;1:., for A complete and elegant edition of the Tneticat
th. ,i'.. i reliti ..I ,e.- ,re ,, ,- ,i W works of Jame. M .i,it...n u -, r c ontainins the
N ervous Disorder I \ ,l .,i l I ,.rup i.. the 'VA-lEi e r -'O -iri.,. nrir., W -ST r..sr it
Conromptionspt stormah and back, D'. .. ic roit rIF. T tE FL.O, CiTr. It rn T .,uglhta
Low ness of Spirits, !, ; .....,, r,', h .r -, ,, ,-t. n .- I.. ,I Re '--
L, ,"f I:', I A l ,'. nollsl, and .tiAi4 ..i a !'i tr.r, ,i .!--. first
I i,'il i. v i 'l. ll,-,,d h ,- ,l ir i cole ted- % k:IL, i.. l. ,.il .l I, Frora
Iiiir1t', \ ii,,i... I J1* ,. is ste the last Lonoon inprovtd edition, arid is thie mo
In- ,i't *l'',.'ii s..., ..''d I eilaxat'ions&c.e. "complete stAd connect one ever -.A, tI..d ij t'hitl
Debility. couountrly....
[IAMILTON'S GENUINE ESSENCE AND It is comprised in three volumes, 18 rno. embe-
EXTRACT OF MU.STARID. D shed with a portrait, awsl three other s,,.i:.
A safe and effectual remedy for seute ant ehron. Price t a volume in boards-,6 eh-..-I,"i'
ic rheumatism, gout, rheumatic gout, palsey, l.tin. c' i si.
bago, numbness, white swellings,e chilblains, sprains, Perhaps no two individuals,. in manners, pure
bruises, pain in the face and neck, fc. suits, e arseter and composition ever more exaet-
This valuable remedy is prepared both in a fluid ly corresponded with each other it'1. Al ., ,, ry
state and in pills, and thus exiaellently adapted for and the late WilharnCGowper, th. I.ni *-i I'...
external and internal use. Thle sae benevolence 6f :, I5I%- i iul purity ( i
I..LTLTON S ELTXIR. life, the s ame attachment i.. lit. .-*.;* p)Ui'rsits, the
Celebrated ftir I.,- *,.r: .ft st..il. .ii..i ,u I. iu. same fondnsiess for solitude and retirement frim the
asthiims,and .[.p ,cl, t .. ..,,., ih. 1., i ,,i public haunts of men--and to compete the pio."
tain remedy I.,r it-- i. h ,,-h',it .,it.i ture, thie u,. r.,l..i, ('. -ling, a the e ause q'relig-
5EE'S O.1', I. ..'1I'f. l' .i 1 1r17 I f. iL ion, sandth,- ,.ne il..ij.uu.i to gloom and riel-
Warranted an irifallible remedy at one epplia sanchsoy.
.ion, may be used with perfect safety on infants a Ift iny are yet desirous of a more intimate sa--
week old, notcontsaiing a particle of mriercury, or quaintalne with Moctgomlery, if they w sh to |ipo-
asy dangerousingredient whatever, uand not accom- sess a isere complete portrait of the inn, and a
panied with that tormenting smart which attends fuller transcritat of his i.ih..g., these may be loutindi
the application of other remedies,. in his,works."
Rahti's ge uine Germsn Corn Plaster, '.'. .*ill.ii r,_ i 'I .. 1 (.:i. ..il 1is.' r -c:' %
[lahb '. ri .i .1 W ater, II. .1 I ..'ki t.. f
Lee' .-........ I' .i I. Lotion, for cleansing the ,"i'' I
Face and Skin, "
Lee's infallible Tooth Ache Drops, r-" 4EORGR W. A IMSTRONG. SHIP BRO.
Lee's infallible Ague atid Fever Drtops. 1 P KE..R .TICTIONEER, has removed
his Offi'e to No. 14, Custom House-street, directly
SAMUEL PILSBURY-Druggist, o ptoseir ehe Custom House, Jan. 2.
At the Sign of St. Luke's Head, J'o. 56, 11anov.o. ;' .Ut'. '1' l i'llJ t .
e r street 1 oI [E subseribe respectfully i;, -1 r,s i'... that
Has just receivetl a Fresh Supply of those I' hecnntiles his School :,.r -',, ...s o

PREPAREDD by W. T. CoNWAY, ChemistNo
S 1 Buomstead" Place,. Boston, viz.
In un n .. s.i. ]i, .
D i lt. s ,..; ., ... f S, ..,. Pi rlll Iih tr li '. s'
osi I. i u i .,.. Pi h, I S .di .-.- i-. lii
AIeations. &,e.
[ li. l' ll'. r .. i .. rii, l ...
1'. lir, i.-,.,.... .. le., .,i .ii.'. 1 l year
Britia Anitiseptie Dentrifice, moniexcellent oar the teeth
slid gauss.
Dunilries' Ointment, a ertainand safe cure tot the Ith,
in one hour's application. be it ever so inveterate, o
diang'ei from taming cold.
Ailbion Corn 'ltaster. The reliefis inmmediate,and while
it dissolves arid draws the corn out by it e rooss, it caases
not tihe least pain.
Cambrian losth-ache Pills: the relietis instantaneous
wiullout the least inrlnry to the teeth.
D oi-. Hter'8s celebralstel Pils-Dr. Hunter's Injection
Powders, anid Dr. Hunter's Cermte, for the prevention aind
elel ot'veinereal nomplsints with perfect secrecy. A trea.
tiie, explaining syeaptomsl, and melthodol cure aclcompanyi
each Packet.
al.'imlilets of many extraordinary cures, may be had of
the Agents. grants.
0e7' None of the above are genuine, unless W s"
T C1 an y. A la rge d is cu eun t It C o uis trs 1' I .'.s e
tsitei, &e. hTne abave Medicines may likewise be sad
of Saouslel t'ihassy, Diruglit, asthe S;. iF s'; Lubte's
Heat No. S6, Ha ove r-streee--Mayinri y,. Corn-
hill-Du ..... L I. i ..-- .I ,. i 1,. .ireet--Hall S&
W eld, ','s..ir--' ,r I l.i -.. .. E .1. r'..'-Ellitr,W in.
r i,... .1 --'il 11 i. .i.-i.. -i. -is i. ,.i 5 Anni-street
a ll 11, *,i i 5....- 1 1, : i i, I,.tL s .i.. i. .i .,i ridlg e strr e t
*-anl'd no other in i Boatop l-t, G ,'1. i -.. -.. ', I t ,-.
gist aoximury,' Williams, .. -.. ,.',- .I 's.I. .,
Cliarleatown, alnd mosit Druggist sl alill ii.oksellers o tres-
peetibiity ; also b y nmost Post Maiisters :1.- ,.. ir tlie U.
union. None are genuilne unless signed v' I t... iway.
March 14.

'egetable Yerv'ous Cordial.

Copy of a letter from the Rev Jonie Ex.)s, dated
AV'e-abuiy, 'V. Y. MJsarch, 1819.
O 110 acknowledge favoursble isnterpositionnsfa fdi
S vine providteose is a duly that becomes a rea-
sonable creature, and under certain circumstances
untes Irthll with pleasure. Mrs. Ellis having been
much afflicted with n's-rvons weakness-s, on asking
a few bottles oft the Xeivs a Cordial, was corn
pletely re toe l to her u i&al strength and vivacity
The above is written under a high sense of te
sponsibility, and from a full conviction of the cor
recness of these asses tions.
(Signed) JOHN ELLIS, Minister of
the Gospel, and Pastor of the Baiptist Church in
In addition to the above, there are 'certificates
from Francis Glass, Professor of.ssnguges in iCer--
mianitwno Penn ; Rev. Mr. Ayres, of Vlrgis.a i
and numerous others.
Prele pI 50 per bottle.
07O1 OF V6 '.'i, i.,:.Ii.
This oil is the most innocent as well as the most
powertiti vermifuge e.evtr yet discovered ; it judic-
iously manarged, is never fails ofihedesired efftect.-
It has witl justice been considered by nanny of the
first physicians illn the Southern States, a discovery
second nily to (lie Kine Pock.
Pri'e 38 cents a bottle, with directions.
Recommnended by Doctors Rush, Physe asail sev
eral of the mos t einenut ,f lthe F.''cuity in Pililtlel-
phia, as a cure for Ulcers, Sores, CancSers, W:ns,
Felons, Whitlows and oBles.
Prices 25 cents sin:,l, and 50f censi hrlge.
The -iaov are sold by J P. \VHITWELL, A-
gent to Ihe Brsion liifirr'ary. ii II .tsery-niircalri.
corner of the Commercial CCofee House. S '9.
The Batsail c~ nervouss Cordial,

PW REPA RiED frnom ilth lReal Arabhin Balm of
Gilead, so justly celebrated fir the cure of
nervous ands consumptive complains t and Ius a res
torative for debilitatedt consiiiutions, fiur sale by
l'sTO SrWA-S, No. 15, Cornhillh; Jo 1 HA1 0 No.
IS, Court-street ;HA'I.t W aN., No, 1, Union-slrb
RsuET F' a:vNI.Lr, trinee-strtret ; ; Ari. lT, 5'
Baot, 56, l-6 n vfer-street, tt. 0tt 3 -

the Flute. 'A few more youg gentlemen will be,
i'.nAlt. on very moderate term, if appliesti.n lie
i'.r.l: in. l. iii Ah it ,, Isis room No. 3 Scollay's
Building, 'r,.-s.,si.i.i- )p stairs, eutran 'e at
the west end. GEORGE POLLO(.K.
.For Sale-n excellent toned Ebnuy Flute,
made by Clniel & Co. of i the most approved
paitern, with Nicholson's improvement. ,J.4n.2.

FI ll, \l;";l his ,t, i .t. t. ',!
T |N _Jr.- i.. r.r,.ji, i I liM! ii*i.,' : [.1 'L ,
INESS at MOBILE. (State of Alabama.)
Refers to Messrs. R. 1) Tul'rcKEst & Co
oet 24. Mr. CtiEhiASIs *HACttCn. (2m)

i1IE Subscriber has opened an Evening School,
for teaching Wi,''e ,i n his old plan, and

BOOK KEEPING 1. I ,s Eant)y, on an im-
proved plan-in the rom occupied by Mr. EI.sLr-
woino as an Academy, immediately over No. 18,.
Those who h.ive heretofore attended, or those-
who may wihl to attend, will find due attention
, paid to their calls. GC!T.SC' COBB.
Dee 5 tf

O N the 14t Nov. Nast. the Schooner1 R.osANcet,
S P nf Frankfort, was fClten in will) offCopr cuil,
with no person on boord, Spi-ars, Sail and Rigging,
grne, and towed into Chatham by Messrs., COL.
LIXas St Ru&RiaY lilowI s of 111It place ; a entire
particuh,.r accssint of which may be seen in the 13is.-
ton D:Iily Ali It.,'.r r Lh. '22d. of s d NMnluli.
Thie owner i.r .. i.._- i 1i :...I ehooner are lhes' by
:, i.s. ,i .1 t.i [pltis ..:... for lit r forthlwilh,
..tli.-r- she will be sold according to law to de-
fray necessary charges. Furtlhrr intormtiotrsn .may
be had ,, InI.'.s ... I.. I'R[NCE HAWES
CO) 25, l ...1 I I r'... '.. ,ian. 2.

A LI persons indebted to HA'l CIH &S HATCff
I' MAN, either by note or a1ccnunt. thit has
bean standing overm one year. re ritqica!ed to call
.and settle lsie same before tile first of Jiinuiary n-xt,
otherwise they will be left' with an Attorney for col-
lection on that (lay.
Biston, Nov, 10. cw.,Raw.

N OTICE is hereby given, That the Subscri-
ber has been duly appointed Administratlr on the
.Estate of
late of Boston.i, the County -,1 .... tr af Law.,
decensed, lndit has ti- l iim n p ', 1 tI by gtivin-g
bonds, as the law lirtecls. AndiIl prsnns having ilemnde
upoi n t Eistlae l lihel sa I J .. eqi t iel
i i .. ; a d : .. the si .
'. -. i.." ".1.i Lt,.: i r.
Boaston, Dec. S2, 13U0. Jl
l 0 LET-A sitsalI Tenement, sit-
a ed in Ternple-street. Iquire at ts'e
Patlla suni-Ocee. itf. Dee I.
O B IE L iE --'lThe Hfouse m1 til.s,
corner of Myrtle and Gai'rden-?tr ett, s"liiush
has every accommodsation for a gentt'e- fu:ily. I.-
nay be ente.ied immiediately-rent ieasonble.h In-
quire at No. 55, Siale-street. tf. (jet 243,

rv1) BE LET-The Etore next trt
thbe corner of Union and Ann.strtn s, n ttes
inargin (if CMa etta->iiisiae, at a reduliceil slent-it iu a
an excellent stand for invy kind cft usie'ss, Apply
to SAM'L. W'III'V'IELL, silowduoist-tees', ne'a
New Sltale-hnu.e. rplitf Ct '24

oryI t BI .LET- A br'icek IOUSE
Situated in C(cnrt-street, No. 14, whsts s so
well of water, laige y.rld, barn, woodthotse, S-
Possessinn givun Ist January. Ai)'i y Vt rs.
BROVVN'Si, Brlttle-sireel. e'ri-t. flee. IS-

Gentlemen asid tl;ies, or a smsll 1fnsilk wvy
be acconiniodated wtsib a ha,.Ii'se fr-it Paraour
hi-li,, .!, ,, ,- ,- ,,..li tl .1. e't. t',turei
.r It, I ,Il ,, l., "-t *' ', 8 ,

1821. iA 'K.
\ JANUARY, I ,,' \ I a-. a. '
9 *'l'sds *I7 .7 73 9 5 I ':
10 'ldnesi. .,t r 7 h 5 5 5 l \ Is 4 i .. i'
I. Thursdsi j l7 tit5 i a ,. -.1