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Title: National intelligencer
Uniform Title: National intelligencer (Washington, D.C. 1810)
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Language: English
Publisher: Joseph Gales
Place of Publication: Washington City D.C
Creation Date: July 19, 1817
Publication Date: 1810-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 1580 (Nov. 27, 1810)-
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VOL. XII WA9PHNT ON; S'i'QN~ 'UI jhY, jULJY No..wo m

'UJlLIbIUJ ,Y GAC\LIS "- SEA ION., limitation b- a respt,/r',tf one. Tverity
'(Tuesday., Thu'dys, aiid ,~rda.) ship8of the line.and the requisite number
x2i st a HS sis aists-MM" k I -srCcN of friates,(' (as the Baltimore Weekly
S Register- of My 31,i proposes,) would
A ._ L .a-give umbrage, bring war upon us, and
FRIDAY, iL.3LY .avail but little-as an instrument of de-
fence or.annoyance. It would be found,
ITh .e i .t f n '" that more must be provided against the
The writer of the following tY I. r me- next, ar. Our present force seems sufr
it of having opened a question,, which.posses- ficiet to overtwe the Barhary. states:
ses interest enough .to excite attention, even.-at ant will not bring war Upon us, provided
imomnent when indifference to the political hi- wi n ubit ith a good us.,c itoibedimn
terestsothe Unitedtates prevails to too great pressed and plundered at pleasure. The
a degree.. Old as tie. subject is, we are not iMarhal de ellisle, a mmnist.er to Louis
miliarized to the bold aud erilarged view which i,the tentht, has said, hliit I' race has
b.e has taken ofit. Perhaps manyof ..ur r-: o..nl attempted to create a .ay, and as
ers, whilst' they acknowledge .with .us the often ben arrested in her pogtess by the
force of Cato's reasoning, 'will witlh. us refuse ritons. Theyhave seized our slips in
their assent to his conclusion inregad t the full peace, and haven't waited for ari to
necessary extent of the American avvy. But ct riro i>-.ir lios:-.iltileSupon tiie sea. It
the question cannot betAoo iattirely coutider'ed i .,it tie C;abii,et of St. J.ranes Would
what policy in this respect the tReublic innch rather pass for unb.ust, than run any
is to pursue--and wve a\e glad to see the numid I" -.rd of losing the superiority of their
ei at least, one intelligent mn.m daly alr'e to its A lkng of England wouldd soon be
oitae. (v.owroned if he-was-tabe obstxiO'aely faitti-
i\,i f- C" L to his t(eatil of p wTriew RITTe.
EOR THE i, ..i. it,. i-:.LtLitil, c .. t is tlndeit.t.,.id, that a treaty shall no
... "... I i',e.-.ub-,it than whilst 'r.,ce foriear's
A N. V' to lujid shipi." The CeVIti which.have
Jsit t;nilcrstood to what exten' in rear- pI:,,sI in review, as it uc reit, chfiiOr- ou
'ing a navy thli. called to the couiicils o or, e' es.h a verify the justness of -this.
our country cobncves'te crsemtl- i',,pill- d.lhit:i'aioofl th :-Briti.Al character by thli
ed by public opinion?.. The Presi.ednt's Frceochmi.riisterv.:would form a long ca-.
inauoural address does indeed breath ait ta &-al. Only l k at lOw seizure of the
Roman spirit for the:supportot'.the.righ.is: ,1I.h trr.asurie ships i the attack upon
and honor of our country, as well as salu-. C.:,pe ,I n ; the seizure oQfthe Danish
tury warning,.that we should, be "disre. fleet; a lldu"e in fulipeac'e." Th'esys.
grarding the lii. tl ui l..Ino,,n is of 'ex--. Ic oi'nres entic, itxif, as exercised.
pe'riencle, if we ied not. expect hdangers if,,' ,u', .te, giows out cf the very .same
from. abroad, attemptst{o overset out' go'- ;,ritciple, ihat the superiority of the Brii-
vernment, to break. our UL'ionI, ;Id de- .1, nA ly must be maintained perfiis et
polish us as a nation :" but it does .not nijhs,by all means whatl:etr,jutL- i or unjust
clearly annotpnce;, that.the Qnly rc.-ily 1f 'i.'::,t,- are goad .seamen, :to be found
ficient means to i-' '.r abortive .lI it h eve\y \ let"c, arid are a' never failing, re-
attempts, and secure ultimate tranqili-. source, for the supply of .his majesty's
ty, is to have the .. c '. ; / nav,. ty. si' ,. ivlmn iin \"i t I.rIl men It is only,
the world. '- M :"ti i i'rs wI h I'.av essay- toi t ti.-ri ni i Ies, and all goes.well-with
ed upon this s.bi'-ct, se-iTm, fifni some the Bostont stamp.. How. comes -it ,tiat
motive, to ,:-. I teIin,:Ih cs under r a neces- the mistakes could not be discovered be-
sitv to 'speak ili smn.- ciiution. and to I;Jr e. as well 's after, the breaking put of
i.mit a navy lor the Unn,'d Si.,tcs accord- :the war between Great Britain' and the
in. to their fancie For r y part, ,Imust United States? Was there any additional
make fr, t' .say, tiat T hold all.such prose- evidence of' Americanis'ra.or Yankeeism,
pidctive limninia'U'. d ll'., aril the reason- given after the. commencement of the.
in 'iforit as so muclch I.bor lost Io the war;' to the pious ministry or honest cap.
writers. Future legislators and genera- trains of his' majesty's ships, that so
tions will r.,Ulate ,his a la-r in :hbeirow'n wrought upon their tender consciences,
way ; and itis Ornl 1 .us, pr'..,'.it fi'dm they cold not liiI iii lth-r'heaf'ts ~ic.:,tn
the expert ence of the past,'to lay a'-fon- pel brother to slay brother;.but, in order
dation ton meet the. prob.,biti fi.u. t ,-' ,i.l ..0 ni '. d i.- -ati.,,.ni cit fur their own pre-
-bstt prx;'motive-of the interests and glory vious wiongt'ul act, most "magreninmin,tu,
fourr descendants.. It .has. been .somrne- ,i .'. '.,. '.- n- t rioisao "'?' "lius treat.
'where' written, that a r.'iar -ni- c'.i eri out. .inrg a's the' lawfill c'alitiis of .wari-those
his own destinifcs-; -po, iv tt,- a ar n i. they iI.J .i l'it' el i't p-;ace, and
and if'our now yotingclhildr a ihot see v'. h ul not. h.:-c been in-their power,
:1'- r.',ir -:d St ,t l:.,d, 2'. -1. .. .. ,, .. -.. \..ithout their ownr
p .- .-- ** -- .... -s 'i -. ,, _,_ ... .- ..t. L V-M j" U lay's
nent and an i ,'fliai.j1 ii',l i.,iti p''''.' Irorr'.'.pir th'.2 .1 l.',r.Jo..) .. -
t&Eurip'e, it must :t, beo.,-u ie ih r ply Truth is tot calumny. There are in-
6 the course of their destinies. We shall not-to be forgotten. I have not brought
j. ily i,.it i' l.- reproachb unless it -be forward these transactions with any view
the f.indJia.imt .I policy to bend all ti.e of now exciting angry feelings.: Long
energies of the nation tothe advancement may the two nations continue in their now
of a naiy in the ratio of dthe growing re- ap.r- r,~t ic.VlyV h.i. ioiin But no man
sources--in 'tirty years ti population o r, iP .tly c.:nur',[i Ae ir -*.rning his cquii-
twenty..millions.in sixty or seventy years trymen to provide against the future, by
forty mnitlions, and so in. progression'. Is recurring to examples ol the past. Tlher'
ouur country, then, either to, crouch-to a is nothing that augurs thesmaeitest :change
petty island, or still .Continue to, hobble iof system in the British councils. Slhe
I roi,'i i,., Io. iou-defensive warflares, for has i'.iic rto, it is believed, refused,to ar-
iioi:nedJ lihts Sudh must be the case, range upon' the subject of impressment.
unless some mter efficient .weappn be 'lie P'ince PReneht's4 proclamation, ira.
Sforg'ed.to strikC 'whh, thah an ttiny, lr- ,,-i.ii it ly .tiLr the : ffair of tbj fi" Ji't ..
tifcations and militia; these, from the 'Chesapeake atnd Le.C',iAd, rcto'nris ,i full
re.ces. iv o1,f tEll case, must. form the ad force ; and. only., awaits the.signal to be
,r:,r r neauici'esof defence ; but will, to a:.ain and again put into executioti. Yet
a cet 'ce, hic a,ur' i-,dld w.in or c'qun-, a little while, and a renewal of all those
I rv's na'vy ihll be so p'.,uI lI 'l s to look outIages and chicaneries, tdo sickening to
the navy i, any nation inti e ; su p.,w- be eroiuatj: .i'ed. 'They are consigned in,
erful, as to tender an attempt at invasion the annals of the age, and must go down
a.fdrlotn hope; so poweilfl, as to give to our successors for retriliution. 1." .
due weight to the peremptory lan ij;uai'c, /:'r .' -., '..'.i ,,".. ct r a' f :' .. 'r desti-
Sthat you shall no longer muster. the! nes. .
crew 6Foa ;. ,. .. mn.ri. ani.i n,1 up..n t lie I The c'osfof such anayy niust be .ofno
high seas, flr Lhie put ipoie of tajlit outl considerations. Dolalrs and cents 'must
all those you are pleased to call your own n6t be.put in'the balance against national
subjects, ".. With such a hnay, our sue.- rights apid honor, has: been often,'said.
cessors will. not he.u' ai'rfig, them. the Let ot my countrymenbe appalled at the
base-begotten, the licik spittle lAiri-r.,ltro agnitinle of the- British debt. It .is an.
gy ofBtri'iA torif, es, that the thing is error.to impute more than a very.incon-
;, it in tscl." siderable portion of it to her navy ; and if
No, man can .be:so deaf to the voice of the navy had' credit for all'the wealth it
history, or so .blind to the;ev'ents of his has brought into the nation, legally and
owi % tino-.-:., as to flatter himself with- any illegally., that portion. Would be greatly
rational expectation of" enjoying more diminished. It is to an unexampled ex.
than sholtt 1.i tes from indignities and tiravagant internal administration; to the
slAJlltdions, until our country possesses vast a'rmit'e-maintained and-subsidised in
.uich a r:a y. But at the same time, it iis hercontinental wars ; to.the wars them.
rit to lle disguised, tiat, in thie progress selves, is.to be imputed the gigantic siz.
ibf creating such a navy,'our:countrywill of her debt. A powerful navy':to- the
have many arduous conflicts, to sustain, United States would almost wholly super-
even to irinrt;,in tElc advance that's made.. tede an army, foatifications, apd militia;
Such can be shown.to have been the uni- and, above all, be a.preventative finally
form, spirit by which the political"course to wars; unless we' too become ainbitious
6f Great 'Britain has been directed, under and 'inad after foreign conquest. 'Besides,
every change of administration, 'or'mbre it would bethe only indissoluble cemenit
than a century past, that it becomes ,mo.. 'to the. Union of the -s:tates. No' more
raily certain -that she 'yill stir heaven and Hartford Conventions would be heard of
earth to prevent the.. avy of any nation History furnishes many examples; of
from 'becoming .formidable to her own. despotic usaurpations through the instru-
The great question now for the iminedi- mentality of armies. Norfte is fecollect-
ate decision' of the people of thle United ed through the means of davies alone. Ar'
States seenimto be, whether they will de- navY cannot long enforce the mainten-
termine' to prepare themselves in good anqe of itself like an army. It cannot
earnest.for eintering upon the conflict for serve as ai body guard to a tyrant. LDe-
the dominion of the ocean, or permanent- ilenda eat Carthago. The thunder must
ly acquiesce in that species of vassalage be huriedauponi the coast ofthe aggressor.
they have felt"fr the iast twentxyears. ,. ." '' 'C CATO.
.Thete is"'no' other alternative for us. '
If 'the formner,to use the empliatic-Ian- DIED, .
S~e .of the great .Patrick, Henry, e i. ,Kn intli6hear of his ane. HeD
must fight?' If'the latter, proceed not a was lately electedIPresident of the Colege of
step father ii building a navy. Let our Phy.icians.:

VW e are glad to meet vwith !ir rolli. EL' f j .t .. .'.r ../. P~a, rtI.' ..':. n:.
in& 'xplananir o. the last lepi-.:- -team. Eut it -. .a.lettelofreceit datefrom Lubec,
biot accident, in copying it\we take the ". (Maine) I,. w ..... ,.orh .
oppolnity of tatir,-, ithat the steam-. The Province of New-Brunswick.
loat on the Poftoac was buii under the' seems to. have the better bargain of N.'
immediate e ins"pe"tion ofN Mr. 'tlton, and' Scotia inthe Plaster Law, fo'. athe effect
i"s- -i. to ..... .- is, hat. while N. Scotia loses,all partici-
i beeved.ob. c lpation in the trade, not being allowed to
-i'to3TE r -,,., .. 'n 'oTF. mand plaster near the lines, .the New-
".t .';-/in r .t, am 'I ..:',' ',.. :'" .r- B'r: unswickvesselsi ta eit from lth:r qu.,ii-.
plained.2-The a ilrrt which tiefel thle Norwicl steam b6at, brought over to P.u biitston in boats, at
on the 2d-inst. and running rough the ab expence o'i7'5.cts. p'eI' ton ; b.nd. tied
public papers, is calculated to mislead scarcity of the article has raised it at,
'those; who .ire utiacq.iriC.ied 'with tncair. St. Andrews n icts. per io-ihi. :h-rthan.
boats. The facts areas folltw: the old- price, It- is unc.-it.ir, what
The boat i6 question is a imall vesseI} length of time Nova Scotia. -il i fi ii
lately built, aud owned by 'l v.individ before she sees the.folly of ,,li' ir, aU
oats In Not :.:, to ply bet4e'ui Norwich I .Je trade to g6 froin her to otliher c.un-
and Neir Lo'.nilin the ,oprietors of tries.
whichto as.ac the e,::. ~-iac.iFuktonand We. understand great exertions ,a(te
Liingstm'-i patei't ri-tA, li expensive making to procure plaslei' frotin (Cab
engine, have ptt into.he a.s nple engine, Breton, where it is .said .to bhe in glre
upoti. new ,i:nrau'c ',.,, enti', ly ex- ali'i.lda,.c. There is no, e'ar b't. .what
_prlriental,n it hit;ig; 't. i.yldr ". ^'. & tA.reas.onabil- supply of' the
and, extraordinary... as it: may a'; c)iz. li.ri. I.:T. r ftho e prL'iL I and any con-.id-
WQODEEN b:,ili s, without cundi hl s, Lr. Ib sb' r.iiy v.."ill, we believe; inIduce
safety valves oii : balance whee.., ai" I our cipiuhla to :embark a portion ot
[ rdicitLd by tmaany, her woodeni liolrst.c their d..arl nrooiiiy in ..nals a arJ rc.ads
turst, u ili three persons iitcl lbultj -but leading. fromi iur, own quarries :o nW1i-
not driI:iu.ly. 'i; ".rl, waters, ,which once: done would
.It is a.fact.-oithiy if notice, that'the st6p the importation, from.. the Britfkl
s',e-in bO~ts p' uQ the Nortih river and P,..in".iw:t i:n thiy ih.:.ild thi,.- pro-
Longh. slhd ztobind, constructed upon the per to oA-ren thr old tradc .'f b~arteiring
'ulton. an.d Liviiigston ,plan ,h'.. e been ton,;is ,''i bread. The United btacd L.
running ten years without a ,i.,,e petr- iha~ ithig tolcar .fromthe resultofany
shn ever hein,', injured, and it ... irapovi i meauris the ritish Pr'ov;nces may' tatke
ble ;iy ',,. t..us t jury should hi p:r, to' in this blisiness, Suipp,.i.,g it to be
theri their safety valves 'being calculat- optional with' us to' import this articlee
ed to relieve an excess of steam spon- from Nova Scfi.,. or, Fi om l'I'are, it:
taneously. nav be doubted whethet:it, would not, in-
der t' ll Liit 1 anta ofemployment for
S' our shipping, be good policy to bring it
NEW ORLEARS, iUNE 10. from:France, at an expenice ofa few dol-
SIt seems that notwithstanding the c6s-' jars per ton more than it would cost froinm
'ti'gatioh given- to the Creeks last suin- the Former plla'ce It would give.constapt
nimerthe Semiboles continue, to co limit employment for 50,000 tons of oir ship-
d ipredations on the.citizens'of the TUni- ping,, now literally rotting at the wharves,
ted States, :The celebrated Woodbine and not raise the: article-'n Southetru
appears again upon the .stage as one ot Malketls to one half the price given in
the principal, actors initliese outrages- the'spripg of8 185.
or' rather s 'tie istisgator' ol them, for x We have no wi h to see N.'a ".i cot ia
he never shewedd mucil inclination to ex. deprived'ofa fair pa, tc.i'p.t,'t11 i the tr I.itr
pose his own precious person after he between us- but if the consequence of a.
scamnpered away .from lbi i- Poiat, ii, cori.nu.l adherence to her pl.i ei i1gu.I
i'814, in such highli stly This dell l.t1. uon is as.we believe it ,1i' be., .1 loss
isa perfect out-law--no govern'i:dent will of the trade: forever, she must attribute
protect-a-mO people r itL'. hiih,' bait 'it to tre true c.ius.-le!, ao,.n attempt to
S(ehhitolIes and Spaniards.i He .comnrien- m-..j:.i...z- aind secure toEd herselfall the
ced his career, .;hil,' ye:t a ) iut h. oy per!- advantages of carrying that. article to
J in the casei- '-.. ...- .. e ship. n;akt, t dihe exclusion of ouir own ve-
anti has'eyer 'since evinced in unuotoindied sels from theTfair proportion clainted by
propensity to: approiate 'this kipcL f tlhem.? [Patriot,

property. to his o wiuse. ..On his retieat,
from Fort Bowyer, lie carried with him.
from B6n Secours fiftctn or twenty'ne-
7<.f~& General Jackson drove him and his par-
ty-colored regiment from Peisacola, lie
carried oil' forty or fifty more from the
same concern. After the place he went
to Bermuda, whet Fbrbesa; Co, prose-
cuted hin'. to recover tliNxr slaves.-His
early talent did not fail him,I foti'h' l W'o'
thro' the process-was irtdicted fM' tJetr-
jury, but escaped thr"' a miinomier. -'To
>prevent further trouble in ii. nt.,t'tctliii
noble captain'returne.l t ) Pein -.: ..1I-,. Ic
only place on earth where he could 'cx'
:lec'tto find kindred souls i slyiripsthihse
with him. Whether'l his ,r.ie.t r.',i-
dehice (at'the inouthof Sci,,.11, ,,'th6'
Oakfuska. river) is chosen byI lhiusi,' ofo'
his own views, or, what. i-more proba-
ble, pointed out by :Don Mrtar and'Ca'in-
non, the governor of Persacol,i1 it ,'le
hoves the government of the ', Uite
States to drive him o.t,of ti. '. With 'slen,
der talent's aitii little personal courage,, he
still possess a plausibility of manner
thlit is well'.calculated to niklead certain
persons, and inay be thecitise of much
injury to the'-southern stal5s.. His total
want of principle leave's n tl,6uit 'of his
will to. do all he can. The laut is, that
so' long as Spain.-holds the Floridas,
the peace .ofthc adijarent statess is at' the
mercy ofthe governors of0 Pensacola and
St. Augustine.--.Gazette.

From Fort- William:--Ora last-Monday
morning, we under'stariddespaches arrived
in this city 'fromf'ort William. Accor-
ding to rumour, the following are the
occurrences which took place at the fort
and in .the interior.' It is said that capt.
D'Orsennoius'with a corisidei'able party,.
left' Fort Williahm. in the autumn, and
reached Fort Douglass in Red River set-
.tleinent about the 10th January. lepprt
states, that he. and.his. -party had made
prisoners ofa:.Mr. M'Lellan and a Mona
sieur ;.Mainville .two. persons.supposed&
to have been.. abettors, in.-the murder of
Mr. Keveney ; it is a1o reported that' se
yeral Brutes 'had been made prisboers
without resistance. A bout the 1st April'
several of the settlers had returned to Red
River, and i.t wasbelieved' that plenty of
seeds had been prt'ce"''.to produce Con-
siderable crops tius season. About the.
1st May Lord Selkirk left Foi't William
for' Red River leaving Mi-rSpencer an'd
other persons in .possession of 6he place.
We give these reports .as .we heard
them: but it is expected further partic-
ulars will' arrive in a few days, giving A
more detailed narrative of the several
transactions that haive take,n.plaice.

.. O T 'LES, .
'. ".' l .... ,, t ee. ,, .
.ERx ata of.~ lettr of Gen. Ci'.,. Leer
There is a barbarismt crept in among
us that- tentremely shocks mne, I mean
those tinsel. epithets, with which (I.
come in for my share) we are so beplai.i-
tered ; his excellence, and hi& honor : the
honordaife lt .reident'of ithe congress, of th'e
honorable, .convention. This : fulsoime,
,naus.ating.eant may be well enough adap.
; ted to-barbarous monai'chies;.or to gratify
thie- nwidulterated pride of the. nagno-j
'dci in .ftoanbus aristocracies ; but in t
'e-eat, free, manly equal commonwealth,
It i, quite abominable : for my own part,
t would as lief they should put ratsbane
intb my mouth, as the excellehcy with
i ii.. I I am daily- ctainmed.. How tmucih
more.true dignity v as therein the sim-.
'ithi'iiy or' ,Il, Ices among the Romans !
'Mar'cus 'ullius Cicero. D.ecimo Bruto-
'Imperatori, or Caio Marcello. Consuli,
than to his excellency major general
Noodle;, or to the honorable John Doodle.'
My objections are perhaps trivial iand
whimsical.; but, for my soul, I cannot
help starting them. If therefore, I should
some times address you without the excel-
lency tacked, you must not esteem it a
mark of personal or -official disi'especi,
but the reverse.

-Persobs emigrating to this state and
intending to settle therein, are earnestly
requested to recollect that until they shall
have .obtained a residence- agreeably to
an act of assembly passed the ith March,
181,6, they: will be considered as strain-
gers.:and. aliens, and consequently be de-
barred from' the enjoyment of manyk
valuable privileges. .
Accordingto this law which applies
equally to hatives of ihe- other states of
the union and to foreigners, a residence
within.the state shall not be considered
as acquired until the individual coming
into this state shall have remained within
the same twelve months folo ing the day
on which he shall have given notice to
the parish judge of the parish wherein he
.intends to reside, of his intention to ac-,
quiire such residence.,
The following is the form of the no'
tice required :
"To the Honorable the Judge of the Par-
"i h of-e--
: Te undeisisned respectfully informs
your honor that he is desirous of a iluir.
ing & residence in this state, and intends
.to reside in the parish 6f -- he is -
yeai's old, he is from the suate (or country
as the 'ase may be) of.--and designs
to follow the trade (profession or pursuit,
as the case may be) of--
(Stqigned)" ,

S"- NE'- YORK,: JI'l 15.
,A letter .was re.C, d in. this, city. yes-
terday morning 'froba ,ew-Orleans, un-
der date of the. lStbofJune, which states,
that the 3.. fUigiate C'jngr's -was oi
the-eve of" .li-r,. rI' ": h 3t ,), t for Port't-
au-PrtL i '- ., ., r, m ,- ..n,. o for the
outrage recently committed .upon. an A-'
:xierican seaman.. -' :'.. '
Tlie British f .; k -, t rc .It
nic or 'rernment :i.' r ridiculousu,
a'. i*l of .ttr'ritoy in .Europe .
Lastt year. they would insist, ri'.ht or
wrci'. [hat uv :,r.. heL~.a, ii.; 'for. Lt .-
ed... ,1 tl ,. rt ; ,o iir' insist that
the. United 'Stats arc en Iei.rtir.e ,o-, b-
ain 1 .. 1 '1 st in lth,'- Baltic. 'I he ft r,,r-,ish
.i.:;,citativa. ~'was instin, .ic- .1to prevent
tc .-\' r,.aris from .'a'inoir any tab-.
i:mt.:iir ni hit c.:.iut n'. .\ captain iHe-;"
cy,.a r'itiva. ,f ('' jnirc.tic t, wt. abbut "6.f
Tvear: r,, !z t at I .,. ., call l ..,/. >. e
on tll: -iru,|iy, h,_,r a .it'r.g a laQ rOr ti.e
..-u.l J ,.. ::-". -,... ---ir *.*,.: t:'. a .:.- .
,'l a nriarri.,.,e cn'o minit n ith the
dauiht,.2r of a petiy floij. h(.r hereditary .-
Zinrindar'.. Y.t what i- s -r, re carkabl(,'
tl.e Bt iill th ,ver'inmemt l.i-, hetr, rece .tly
nc ;.'ciug lo Ithe po i o l' Parga in Alba"
iii, anrd icy h.,ave promoted to icry'
high Iolnos in officer, tho a 'ew ,'ears I
ag., recoriiitidcnd to the Em tisii poorer o 0
ocup'y '. ,';.; ia',d.; ofl the ancient a(!? "
:,."',i'd. and hi-.l j th.m ais an appen-
dige to the .; /,'.e ,, r...
Si r .. ',r '
SThe European n:o.uin houl! riot be'
thus ch.al I t by .-i. -'. n-.v, p pezs "o.
politicit t,.-c U'nti Stitie (id not seek
nor ,,. -....' .ny l.oiior, in thic L.e art'It or
J3altic there,.is a very fine Let 't' open- :
ing f6.o'the 'United States to-': *.':, '. a in
,exior&c and as .t the. 'altie ,r.ae 6
two oorthrAceB'/ltics-ofoimr own,to .the west-
wi]ad-*Oft0itci,!.,.E.rie, i.',.,r: and :8 erp '
ir', adie mo.ti Mcislti rar i m and utr Tiiltic;
SI'ew ,i.n ., i ill ie tus '' cojmmurnoi. a-
tion' from the 1-Ake, of t'.t. r'-o.-. t,, the'
.mnut h.o.f the '-Idson ,rd from Boston
by i"-lnd wates -to the tritoilh o(f the
M i\ -.ii',l4 -.,nd ithi k c a-. acco nplst '
without jealousy, or 'ivd'y-.they, are alt
our own,--I,- ....... -

SITY O l 'iNCE .

AN ACT .'hiF'-'l. rn 'for.thc Im.
ti t..',.(Jrt o :i and I obr.l.-
r ," ,'Itl ; 4 . .

It"s be, aixl thle same is .'rqrt, .pri'"p.,iGtd
f,;r : 1 '11 i. uproviug-.-M street soith.,
', l t J -'1-cit tu 'ourth street east; to. be
'.:- '.I. direction of the commis-
slotier and .twoh it.h abitants :.f t .-lIhe; ..1 'IVa'd
:,--"^ -J -,.. Lu I,. ii ; -ji, ,4' '. See.. .A.llb it. enacted, That the sum of
live hinii(hdred '.1 1L--, aid the same istheireby
appropi'imteti or ini nro'vig aind graduating 4th
street east,trom Virginia Ave-mne to theEagtern
S "..,.be expended out of5ainyn niesarismig
.*i. 'i: sales inside or to1bte made of the sand
belonging to .stidstreet- 'oy ithe comniissioner
of the Third. tnd Fouth wardls, & the balance inl
equal proportions u i'i t r...;. r., time cre-
dit of Said ,warids not otiherwis. appropriated.
S. IfitC; I .
1Pi'sicent of the Boad'd of Commnon Couhnii
TO P.V.N- Wil 8'TE.
... .President ofl he Board of Alderimei.
Apobvtid-2d Jolys. .181
';BJ. coG.OR,.layd*r.
AN ACT nraltki'g app'opriatidn' or a a'ravel
Sbotwvav between ith*'Capitol Hill and tihe
Navy.Yard... '
Be it enactfed by e i ard- Of .ladenen aedd
..- '. coinmo ......' : ftc,. Cti of VaU) -..
I ',. a sum not cxcccling eight hundred
dollars be, and the same. is hereby appropriated
for the .pli4ptpose ofi.aking a gravet footway be-
twearnthe Capitol Hill and Navy. Ya rd on the
fo9lipwing streets and aveiaues, to wit. on Penh-
iylvani'a Avenue from Fotirth streetto Seicond.
street east, bn Second street from cast Capitol,
to D street south, on i1) street from second
street to Fourth cast,.on Foirth street~from I)
strti:t o F street south, on i stree't.fi':o0 Foui'th
street to .Sxth street cast,. b1,S ith s teet,
from F street td \,'ii-.a .cimue; and oil (j
street south, fro rhii. ,;i'z,-,.: to Eighth street
Sec, 2. 2A. d be it,enactSie, That the forggoling
appropriation stall be ,aid out of itiy mooiy
in the i'ieasury nototlierwise appropi-lated, one
half of said appropriation to lie 6eargdtt to the
Third Ward,andtithe other half to be charged to
tha Fourth Ward.aud the sai'e shall be expeind.
ed in each ward under tbe direction of their r e-
spective ,commissioners, wIith twva assiAtant coom-
missionets to be appointed by the Mayor.
S s1 BUR.!'I, ".
Presideilt ofthe..Board of Comnimoi Council.
President of the Board of Aldermen.
Approred-2d July, 1817.
BENJ. G. ORR, Mayor.

AN ACT striking appIopri:itions for removing
nuisances, and for dle incidental repaturs'. "of
streets, avenues, bridges ajiddrdains.
Be it' enacted by the .Boa'd of .llfl'-,heni and
.Boau'd of Cornwll" Co'pteil of. tlc .city of Ifash.
,gton, That for the removal of nuisances, the
inLcidental repairs of streets, avenues, bridge's
and drains ; in the several wards, tihe' following'
sums be, and the same are hereby appropriated,
to witr for the first rard,a sum not exscecdin
three hundred dollars ; for the teenuotd ward, a
sira not exceeding four liuni'dred dollars; for
thre third ward, asu.c. not exceeding three hun.
dried dollars for the fourtth ward, a sum not esx
ceedingtwo hundred dollar's.
Sec. 2. .'IMd be it enacted, That the foregoing
sumis be charged to the wards for which they are
respectively appropii.sted, and expended by thie
city commissioner under the direction of tlhe
President of the Boardl of Cortimon Council. ,
S.TOPt" WE tES'l'lt,
President of thIe Board of Alder me"
Approved-2d July, 1817. '
B3ENJ. G. ORIII Maydr,

S01- F- "*D.1 '_on ho,| ever v 'imous tihe cimes in which t
... A V A JL 1. i:, have received their brrtht, they a e.nevcrt
S SAVANNAH, JULY less yur bi'etin and. I,i nds teifirst
Our advices. from East Florida are to ject will be to protect your rights ;,.ynur- p
thie 6th inst -A:t that time Gen. McGre- pertv will be held 'sacred and ilJi Lc ,
gor wason Amelia Island, but one of til .- ., u"i done topromote. our t.;1 m
g r ao .. ,n. ,. ^ t .iM "- st,-byco-operatig "i ,'. .ilte r b -
parties hoad advanced to, and taken post ea ct- ra g; y i et i.,
at, Cowford, a block house about 40 miles thereby becomii)g the instruments I.-r Ili cl
froinSt. Augi.'stine. The general was mencemnent ofa national emancipation. Ui
Preparing to move for the St. John's, and v oui forces with oir's until l Amermica shall
expected to reach it in a few days ; by placed by her high' destinies to that rankami
ewlich.tie, his Frces it was believed, the nation-, that the Most Uighl hasappoin
wich timeits ires lt o eieAecountryby its .extent and fertility offer
wi;- l t,.adequate to thle completion of their .the greatest sources of wealth and happiness
ohjed.u As Augustine wasBhort of pro Tie moment Is important.. Letit notes,
visions the garrison not able to mount without having comuienc0ed the great work
half thi grns in the fortress, and the delivering Columbia from that tyranny wbh
SPatriot fleet beforeit so strong as to"pre. hashbeen exercisd-dih all parts; and wbicih,
elude the possibility of any assistance otri iorane depriim
t o e. rmosts grading ignorancee, depriving them
being rendered by the armament which the advantages resulting from aftiee intercou
suailed from the Havana ,on the I Ith ult. with other, nations;.and of that prospe:
S foi'.is relief, no doubt was entertained of which the arts and sciences produce when
it..speedy s. .. ender. d-r the protectionot l ...."T,.- laws, whi
it peed saving' arrisoned A. you will be eii ibid ,.'., ,IL, to appreciate,
.Ao r leaving garrisoned tAmiab ly when you will hlave become a free people
'John's and Augustine,-the main body o You who, ill-advised, have abandoned y
the Indepcndent .army, (whose number homes, whatever may. be the place of! y
and resources will be greater, than most birth, your political or religious opinions, ret
people-'immaglnt) ill, it i"s supposed, without delayand restinme your wanted occu
people Imagine) willC t s suppo"e tions Deprecate the *is counul in e,,Ul'^i
move westwardly,and attempt thereduc- n.y disseminaecte amth g yon. L-l'n to.
tion of Pensacola. But it ought not. to .oyie n hn ter! tothe promiiseso. sincere
be expected, 'ltht their operations will disinterested friendl,and return tor heI lAuiili
stop there. New Spain may allure them of those duties, which natui'e has imposed ui
to her bosom', and the independence of you. e, who will not swear to maintain t
that. eg fi region crown their vico -- indepemndencte Which has been declared, will
t6hat delightful region crown their icto- allowed six months ta settle his affairs, to sel
rious arms. remove his property without molestation, i
-It may not be altogether improper to enjoy all the advantages which the laws grand
notice a report circulated by the enemies such cass. .
..>.of liberty,- fr-titbe purpose of injuring Pri-nIs, or eneinies of our present. ystenr
.NcU re '..-r s character w ith' the -pibhic, erIioioc;atioi, 'lioevet ydtmb e, w hat ,I
.dMc'-.:.,rscIaattert wfith the pu'i youis thie language of ttitth it is the only J
::nild impairing the cr idence which his l g ,-e ., ,,;r- w,,.ronor, and as sucl
f'.en.i I..,;e hithertoreposed.in his lion- swarto a.. r:, cIout: tothetenor oft
or, by representing his operations as proclamation.
bseryieat to t ie' views of the: English Datedratt tlead-Qaarters, AnmeliaIsland Ju
"'bverininent. We are authorised to state, 30ot 1817.
SiY-lour inforinati, a is derived .from a c-' El I tMAC EGOr.
s. ,ur.:- that may .be mphlcily relied
-,on,-that::no connection 6r understanding QGnison McGaion genertd of brigade
exists between him and that power, and the mis of te United Provinces of N're
-'thamt thhe Floridas are neither indebtdnror 'Grenada and Venezuela, and genera'-in-ch
will be i.debled, for' their liberation, of that destined to both the 'loridas, wi
One stier to any European government commission from tihe supreme gover.iei
SAn.:t hr o e o iy "s a, i n- of Mexico aid South -Anienica, &c.'
Another rti.ior, equia llylaiseancdlinvi- ,oLDxBn S nd i.-,'The 29th of Jrne w
diL-u'., 1, a .'n "iop.i al-'.1 by tihe cpo- be forever memorable in the annals of indepe
i. al .ii;..i il s of Cuba. ArreCondo,for- dence of South America, Oin that day, a boi
S i thrly the governor* St. Augustine, of brave men,.. animated by noblezeal for ti
intbruied -a geitleman, lately. froni the happiness.of .nakid, advanced within mu
SHavrna,r th t heForidas ad leencd 1 shot of tbe guns at Fernandina; and awed ti
n ... A.. '. ... ^" ..enemy.into immediate ciapitIlatio,i, notwithsta
to th, Unite.d States about four toiontlhs dinghis very favorable position. This wvi ll
ao lHid 'siuc' transference been agreed an I,;. lI. proof of what the sons offreedo
So.. n' '.,.jiu n t have received -inteli- can achieve wheIm lighting in a great and gi
grncc. thlii-':f by the circuitous route, of 'ious cause, against a government which 1
the II-,.,an's : o'ir 'Minister at Madrid trampled on all the natural and essential righi
i .a : o M r- .t li which descend from God to mani. In the nan
would' h.m'e immediately dispatched a
S. imed y iat d a of ie Inde'pendeit Governments ofSouth Am'
'special messenger with the official docu- rica,which, I hnave Ihonor to represent,I thiamnk e
ments to the United States, and, as the for this first proof of your ardor and devotic
event is so. interesting- and desirable to to her cause ; and I trust that, impelled by thi
'the nation at large,, it would inot, we are same noble principles, you will soon be able t
certain, ha,,ve been kept Arr free the whold of the oridasfrioim tyraionyan
Certain, ave een kept secret. Arredon- oppression., Then shall I hope to lead vox t
do's motive for' fabricating the report the continent or'SouthAmerica to gather.fimes
Swas' t..,L: ;,' to'deter our citizens fi'0m .laurels mi freedom's cause. Your names will b
joining McGregor's army, by holding.out transmitted tothelatestposterity ,sthe first wii
to then that .thme Flori.das:, being al. formed a solid basis for the 'emancipation o
reay,"o p .. ..tliee dligl~"l-it+ and fruitful regions,-n 'ow io
ready our property, our government ni u r the sse or
great part groamah under the oppressive hhn,
Could spot, with propriety, recognize as of Spanish despotism. hechikrh- of Snout
legal anygraits of lands which the rievo- America,winl re-echlo your namesinl theirstongs,
h luinir rl6 ,''.ielte3 might make; and your heroic deeds will be handsddown to sue
F ....;."-;'i; have no other con- ceeding generations and will cover..yotmrselves
---ato.n fr Whe hardships 'and dangers and your latest posterity, with a -never'fadini
3aton~lo / a d ae dtweai at glory. 'le pathnof lOatpr is now opel
*t ey may encounter than the remem- e .cat fglort those path of pr isn h them
brance of having endeavored to free a selves look forward with confidence to promo
country *already tmarbcipated. But such tion, and p'ctfcrient. To 'pecirtJ t ,
artificest, + iti.u!i ithty mal _su i the tir- ;","-,^' -, ~e w -
-j A. pH1 '.t.d. hr toe be, ;il i mriII r, to be worn on the
p -ti I -pI p"p.-t"h'iiinsand r thy tJ. ir.i ,t Ac, i',Jiil, ,i '.hlo has assisted ,o
pppr: tical pri.-:t ariimong r n i..nordnt po. c,.op"i.t'..l in die r'..ic;,un of the Iland ot
pelyv:will have no elfficcy on the rcpuuli Ainel. 'i,;s shlild vil. i. r,..und, of die diain
can minds anld tisculine muscles of our eter of four, inches, made of red cloth, with
;l Ir,, and tlic deliverers of Flotida, thisd~.ce Vencedores de ealia, 29tliofJuite
'Reu 1.1 i y 1," surrounded by a wreath o
S...."' L Lauiel asid Oak leaves, embroidered in gold fom
S : the officers, in yellow silk for the men. The
C[Pr i- m rit ro'i rz t.r r.LtcALE.r u F colors oftlie corps uf natui.J. a r'.;l,bi' tl.s'fi,'.?
SCa:'.i;,'ai.:' 'jt' he Id 'e ':d z f.ln:c'a.' srquadrop of' cavalry, and the \ 'e L, rl ci .,.i
r. G.. i -r. "- c .nanr uir'mbia, will have tthe same device embroidered
B1 ,!ef l ..r ..( 1 : t ",' .dr, i .t ,[r ''" me right angle of time colors. Lona live the
I6- 1 i kpl I'r r.a n. 1 ''. conquerors o l',
-, D .. ated at head-quarters, San Iernmindina, st
-,l, J .i '.i ;. ur y v ,ilh.' 1 ,,an'.cuait.ed auto- 181 t7, 7 ''L/tLG. 'it M.\ i l- u .l
N m '*lnd-- e ni1 ',i tlf'^ ; IE, L Ju.ly,, ,
... ...... .. fit. as YasIBAtam *, 3t ,

..i ,
I r.*i.Cis'. Morales,' apitin del regiiFients (I
(. ; .... I C..,I.I... ; t ;' l .i,,i.i .n ;,..ry,,ofthe
Island or.f.( t:.-i;, 1 t,- M, l .?1 ,'. trii -.: ,
,s. 'hs.: cI .n'rn .'.,.i, civil and military, Don
Frncisco ,d- -'torales,"shall .,, r.ht ;i jr.er.n-
der the garrisonoh'.ofte islamid'.,ii .Il tihe ,ira,'
and iiiu ,,,:. a .I b.lon;,i to the kir 'rI
Spaii. . '
2 .tl '.l o i.'.21 r ."rs of -the'gar-
..;,, -r i ll .s.ii ir' ,..r irc ,-,,,.i. ,,I .war, to be
|. I', '. i:L in 6, roi t l,': H io i ..: h tlic.i'r
.rih i.: ,i ., ,.-a c" s ll L- i 0 ::|,-."r.-,|
S., i ', I' : [p,.'r'r '. ., I i' r:
p e. .. .i 'i,. 'r,. ii i. i' S 'i. Ir i uii
of" .r,'. rI i .i-. ',. ', sacred and inviolate;
aud to those-who do. not choose to :join the
standard ofinduep.'' 1e.iice, ,'\ nrlOitiu 'Iil1 be
allowed V to e... .. ,,iise dispose bftheir pro-
perty '.. '
4t,.y. The g eier'aalt.Nsooffers'to the. iihabi-h
tants*.!" .' .: .A., v t.i.-lhr fi.k ds :r f. ;. wlio
have a .i .1:.] i',..-]i, cl' e or ,- o I'rit r t- pre-
sent .r,:i'.'i i.. ii.'. ': .i ro, ''le t .' ri icr. i.' 'i, .
S '',.'r lit'.. ..r I ioiiri,' d e be -,i' ih ,in '"i.
I 1 r,.i of.: y.,ir.. a,l'Ion, 'and. passports .will
t r' ... '-a t. .J 'o ..; 'who wish to depart. -
1 i.. I[rec. ing '~w -re agreed to bet*heri the
c. nri,,la.'t. bun Ml ,:r.Jd.s, and theSecretwry
F"-, .,,d., 9., ..., ",- : "
I-;i ,NM'i'.IC. MiR. kLZ.
r U ':E:.H I '0.. l %;C i'..'. '"'
Attest, 3B' .S') S ir i'V.
Approved,,: GTEGOIL l3AO GREGoR.

Cr sgor !.:tz ,i".'z, r, ir.".]'i:r general of tie ar.
miles of th6. United. Piovindces'of" Nei.Qrena.
da and Vennesuela, and general inpchiefoftlte
armies of the two Floridas, commissioned by
the Supreme. Director of Mexico, South Ame-
rica, &c. .
To lthe IWtabit'nts Aof the Island of .2Imelia
Your brethren of Mexico, Buenos Ayres,
Nc \v Grenad.ianid Veneztlela, who are so rglo
rioisly engaged.ini fighting for the inestimable
gift which natti'e hasbestooweduponlherchildren,
and whichlall' civilized siationshavc'endeavored
to secure by social .compacts-.-iesirots that' l;
the sons of Calminibia should participate in that
im.orescr;ptible rig.i-have .confidedto me the.
command of he laiLnd arid naval forc.s .
Peaci able Inhabitants of Amelia do not ap.
prehend any dasgw cr oppression from tti

At a public dinner at New-Brunswick,
N. J..'oa the anniversary of American
Independence, Mr. Simpson rose and ob-
served, that party spirit had .greatly.miar-
rud the harmony aud happiness of these
United.States, whiph was a trath too -ob-
.vious to require illustration ;n it. was a
,ti-h to LO hicn all must assent. That,
happily for our country, she is now pla-
ced in a situation-peculiarly auspicious for
banishing this enemy to our social inter-
course and domestic enjoyment. At
peace with all the world ; blessed by a
benefice:tt Providence with a rich profu-
:sion of his choicest bounties ; our na-
tional resources augmenting' 'in rapid
progression'; the wars and revolutions
which had. long distracted 'Eirope, and
served as a fuel to feed theflame of' party
iathis country, ,1 huli'hed into tranqdili-
ty.: there is, in truth ih, nutlhin left to-di.
vide us buteemipty and unmeaning names;
:we 'are,, in reality, all brethiren of the
same principless' all 'Feddiclits, all Re-
/lublitansa all ./'n er it "':. H T'ihcr fr e,
pjroposud as a volumtecr, )Ubli iori to all
political dissections.'? Which was rei
ceived with every mark of approbation, &k
drank standii&g.

WaIter Wright and Benjaminn BingL-
ham have lately been 'apprehended in Au-
gusta, (Mass.) for attempting to pass, as
the bank in that place, a bill, purportin.t
to.have been issued by the United State.
Bank, at Philadelphia, payable at th,
Branch in NYew' York, for 1,000.-Thi,
bill is said td be of the same descriptioil
as the one passed a short time before a,
the Saco Bank. Wright had previously,.
on the same day, passed a bill of the Ni
agara.-ank at Biatfaloc, N.; ', for Sl1O ..
which upon close examination was dia
covered to have been altered from a 1iu0
They were committed for 'trial.

.. ... ._

hey or
he- rih.. t -- des'ti" onivwhich' statids -.- .
oll. 'je.,-,* v ry it. never -beu inder- ,') jf' -'
irr ni..ncu I, t ,.i- or L .u..4 k.c n b .foreign -'
and ,
inr. A e < to non th ]|ited Br.nc \ 1 b:1
it-;; n o _n. l tin; d- c.- .:r t ..l e o l.
Im- Jua i d,.;& -L1r .hArclC%% .i : the lther. '.*:;'.' "
lite t c.,gi 'I l. clc -.ule nto-which are col-
be ki "I.Ati .,ffi .fit 0 t,.e.s riI.. Union,, whicl ASH-ING.4rPON :
otio t '; l p,.lIt:" chl m tIu [ ',E ', alwayss am-alga- ... .
ed ... .... .
iCg Ilrt! *i.;tn u 1..nA1oftherevolution. The SATURDAY, JULY T 19.
H. ii.daH. tI'. si.,cl'l I. ,. the jaws of tyranny *
ape l- u,. 'icoi. .. t.-'ong man 'lm-nay its course '
N-rv'+ lbeh m 'rke'.l t r.bet dJe..-. ... .'.
ich ,\A.jrro.a, I-tF, -'.,, ...I .M sop;. The defen- EDITORS' CORRESPONDENCiE.
to cd1:r;" l"h: rII Tlr, iT, t..ey -have seen the
the princijld- 1 hi.... y '. ih :,il one contest, and St, My's, Jully 5th, 1817.i
I, of the princplres 0f, free.'gpvcrnmenlt.wvit!istand.f ; : st, "laay .
f' se a'.btller.. f.. .... iLast Sunday the Patriot force, (as I
rit;. ,1, N,.. .i..i. r, i,n.:b,.,,..! ,.- gVh:,,, wrote you was expected) took possession'
lchl inurabh,.b b ,,t,..'a, b. Amelit a Island," irader Sir Greg6r
on. li,.r.,.. itr.:c C.Wr,.e.:.':t. \"e ner,'-, M'Gregor, their, commander. Though
late hr on being-no longer tlte benighted 5spot the in all ottwou. men.
rour oil w^ h'h Ithere'were in all about twohundred men.
our on wlihi the sun of republicanism had never .-. e a.. hu..dr
our shed is brilliant rays. : on board the transport brig and:a schoon-
urn Artaiid Sciences. May they be so cterish er, (;he only 'vessels ihat were engagedin.
pa- ed, thl while brayery is a native plant of the r ( **
,,e -I..l ...,ri'cdorn, giu "- .:i..liear,;ig i!;.J iot beL this service) yet Am elia was taken by.
ii.: .cl ile.e'ic. the -mall force of sixty-five or seventy
Ia.1. '1 it.-. iin t'ft Do-ton We welcome hier re- men. commander la ded ith
ent ni I.l. .,1 h- m-en. Theircommander laded with
pon -Uarib-'d Convention. An old sore, 'which this small party from the brig that had
hat the plasm,,of flattery cannot heal.
be May L e enjyentofratio liberty extend come to anchor between. the points of
I or to the whole itmily of the new world, and re. Cumberland and Amelia, on Amelia
snd m:n.,;o -uble -ind durable as its .nroufitains. beach.liimedia:.ely opposite to the ves.-
tin Ifo purhli .'ri* de-i u t. ill ce the m arche to r
spirit, rmn: they ns, t ruih 111.,i .t r .rn of th s1o nce they marc"'e t .Fer-.
of c ii c i.,tl The !.are icr. nmot, a.ple p..r .,ti, nandina .a distance of five or s4x miles.
an- *,fh d. ..i. ri'.].t f i ..i O 'ur r country. May ,
h I tile c...ii......f ... iri. ie\ tr dcemolis.h these all- melia Island, is defended in front by a fort i
his cent land-marks.which our fathers established; mounting seven carriage guns,six of them
S :Heiry Dearborn. The.inflexible patriot and .. ', .. .
n.t ednsistent'republican, whose iigid virtue is i- long eighteens-and by two block-houses I
Saccessible.to the flattery and(l iigue of tilthe de- in'the rear, which command ihe only
i 'i'c.. utieri ie se,. ii ..' c:ut.i i ayby, which an enemy can approach; ,
a n" a n d i i i ,_il. i .1 th e fi e ltd n iii .i. [ .t n i~ o r ': i' 't
ous intellect and .lial. 11iravery, and. wlose and vi hen it was taken there were at least. a
to toliticai faith ist -i. i. ii:: r i rock whitl will forty men in the place under arms. The 1
w never he shaken by the denunciatibns of tile fiL ; 7 *... ..... ... ,
wlie o, nr urits foundation sappediy ibthe nder- Patriot.party were obliged to cross a creek
lt inning efforts of the advocates of. monarchy.. in which every man was up to his waist
t Suh iso the man whom .... 'l '..: d' irlt to in mud, and which was immediately un-
.:- Our western brethren. May we everchlerish der .the l re of the block houses. Though d
Sa friendly inrcoure t he rld that bre notFlthe might have been cut all to pieces,
y ed1y ll prejt dic s. yet not a single gun. was hired. ,Such was a
Ile -t 'AT wo.ce .o:r MASS. the panic of the people within the town, 1E
te .he physica se o on-. they did not even discharge their guns
T he 1lead whLIic -wisdomt has turisih' d, : -.' w
e The Arm which v-lor his nerved, before they surrendered. 1 haive been .
S The Oak which theforest has yielded- down to Amelia to view. the new orderof ti
And the.Uim whom battles have proved. new order of t
: The American fTir. .'The brightest ornament things, that place being only nine miles c
as in the social world- from St. Mary's, where I had the ,pleas-
ie 'hey lave to lve as well as w eure of. seeing the celebrated Patriotic
e, Our country. May it ever preserve its inde- General Sir Gregor M'Gregor. He ap-.
u pendence, -nd enjoy rational liberty; be happy pears to be about 35 years of age ; his
in its r'lcrt, nd prosperous in its atgricilture, 3 ," o bl
e inufacturesmd comm erce. Never may' tie height is about five feet eight inches, and b
mists of party spirit, or the clouds of licentious- he is somewhat inclined to corpulency.'
o e, obscure thesky of freedom.. His appearance is such,-that to meethimn b
4a Chistianis-- men for nature's infinite varietyof thought. pe, one would still fancy there was Sompe-
1 The Cleft.. Mlav thev delioht rwuher in was- ... .. I,, is
f inhe lie t i aer in r thing uncommon about him. A flag has is
ing the oliie: branch of peace, than iii branridsm- o "...
a ing "a flainmy sword." been hoisted for Florida, the. field.. of fo
1 ATwr saIuT; oiAser. cowNTr, a. r i w'lich is white with a blue cross. I wi"ish W
S ,The ar.ii Mt .. *iI, i : i'i, i s' stealm of e-
; discipline :.fI,"I .' t I .t-...'-.rJi 'ion .ich1 it was in my power to send you copies of ~
insured co,
insuredconqesto its vatoir, o relax in time of the proclamations which have been is- s
n pa President of the United States. The sued, but I cannot obtain them : the pur- te
Sdawn' of his administration is cheering, many its port of the filst was, as I understand, to
neikiia' be resplendcnt--id its tezi'inatonpdeavo to-estaeliah-sonfe--s-cipihe a :ll
.. '.-.- rrt" r'Isr-, own Tirine'",,boy; -mnTifgstti'fe seamen and soldiers,of which .t
,.l.' 'ir triel -him, an found him not waiin there is very little, inuce n
The rigit of sUfrage. ,'Too sacred to be t present there s cry te a uce
4. sported with-too pure to .e tampered with- thLem by bounties to enter the service for ,h
The Ba reoud to m o "'.OW .w. a certain time, as now they are nothing la
The BJolundary Commissionelrs. Thousands -, las
of acres to tlie fair claimant, but not an inli to more than volunteers ; of the second, to
the bullying sector. quiet the minds of the inhabitants, and
The Inanufitcturhingand agricultural interests .. ; in
Sb'oe mnur ctuutri. I a agricultural interest allow them six months to declare them-
S.ubstan'tial honespi)-verss flimisneigewvgaws, selves in. By the latter proclamation, as
Foreign trade, well regulated. No monopo- Ihave'undrsatood the Floridas are taken
lies; bour neighbors inmust thi, lay feel tihe effects w. r W
S6f their Plaster Law, bhlisterlhig their own possession'of as Territories, dependant on: .
Sacks." the Rebublic of Buenos Ayres. It.i.s
T ..ITLA..T LPr OA.t i .... : r. rt
The Presideiknt of the U. States: Honore generally supposed that as soon as a suft-
for his patriotisoit aed.'beloed for his'virtues, he ficient force is collected, they will march
is receiving an enjoying the affections of a to St. Auutine, fron hence if they
i.t ..of :l.tf -ini, p Aople' .. .. b' e t . .rr. l i 'O l
ri r i.ii .e.,,t.,, \r ,.t,," D.cl-hr.jion are successful, which is extremely doubt- tO
co.,t,. I'". yi: .,iu.. Ireered iw'ere he is ful, they will immediately eater. West. t.
best knswn, lhe. Jii'I outlived tile. calumny of, h i tlte
ehis enemies. Florida'. : .
James Madisort He declared a just war, con- The inhabitants f the adjacent pro
.ducted it to a safi and honorable' peace, ard eably a re dnera not fa
r:isoI his country ill the .estimation of the ,, t present, are g .m
whole world. o vorable to the new orrter of things (hav-
The right of sufrage inCamsp. A r'p'iblrcri ing bten surfeited with revolutions) more on
nprovemelt'm It4 i'-' i thoseJ-iwho, ad -tak
=le ,the." particularly asalmost every person isat. -
country. "-My life bn'tthit s ,l.,',I "t'..dt'- tached to the present Governor of St. A
alst."-C tc-.i'Spec I Augustinoe, whose character cannot be et
General ''ithomnas (' ],;.ll ii- ,.,] the pa- A e the
trioticsentimentsli he r. ri. r.i .Jelivcired extolled too highly. Yet they have been
May.a political diferenc oinior'points never agreeably 'disappointed in -the object of
.,wrvest froi mhin the meiit due to an able disci- .. ret .. i. lie'
plihari'an, a. faithful officer and an accomplished thsi : they feared it as for ,
.eiluayinri. : : yet not a single individual has been mo- it
": "AT M:.n-TwwpA. l asted in person or -r Every one sit1
rJates lMonoroe Pi'resi.deint ot ;the. Uited te ropt, y. p a *
.ttes. We respect him for his former services, speaks in the highest terms of lth char-
.ind anticipate ,ith pleasure the Idea ofrever- acter of the commander, who is accessi- "
ii' him for.lIns tuiture. r n "1 t 1 .. "f A -
Sm itary ald 'aval estabishment throw' ble and af ble to all, a also of theofi- Ay
.-o iio. L i,'.:.! ni.tes; May the i mospectiol of cce s generally, among whom are some Yo
'sidedy completion. f y:ut e finest: appear"ce s
.\, ;ii ure ,"d pomedthe -Maiufactures, ever saw, though order and method, vay
.,ac iop.I lI,,, o whic o ourhappiniess and (without which no great undertaking can oe
uidependencc can be conmpletely ounded.h --. .... p.oc-. io a B sr
.,.Iay rthe i.dusi'ous meet with ample reward P e fortunate) are not so ell observed it
ior. their labor, and cherish a pride to excelall among them as ought, and perhaps ay-
"oreign countries. he, after ihy have been'regulated b the
..y: sf S LOU!S,(M. To.)hJUNt 14.: time. There appeared to me to be a vo1
MahtueiLisa,. esq. arrived' )'estrs rlay bout forty young men attached to this ct1
'"oem fort Lista,:45 miles below the mouth petition as officers, or Who expected to i
,. the river"Pfatt, on the Missouri, with .epad ers, o.,r wheox erpet o .and
i valuable cargo of furs and peltries, said be made o S e r and
o be, worth' 2.5.000-We' learn that states himself in his proclamations a Bri- uSC
te Indians are generally at war with one gadier General, commisiunedby the tiigh
,other. No accident happened to Mr. est republican authorities in South A- .
'.'s party, except 'in one instance. A mer'ca. ic
,arty of Sioux, (thought to be a' wa .' whi
arty),.met a few uFbhe laborers three ..' ..ci
;tiles from the fort' and shot thr'ouaht DIED. ceo

ie body with an ar-rmw Pedro Antoninio. On Thursday week, at Petersburg, Va. GarG sati
Spaniard. The Indians might have Tit Si'rra, Esq.Judge ofthe Norfolk District ."
ut off the whole party if thy were in- Court. man ofrising reputatioio judge of
Ained:to farther mischief. fine talent. tha


The President of the United States de'
parted from' Salem, under escort of a
troop of horse, at 7 o'clock this morning,
and intends to arrive at Portsmouth, N.;
H. this evening. .We believe, he villl
not proceed beyond. Portland, to the es3t-
ward, which was an unsettled point wleh '
;he left' Boston. On approaching.the po-'
'pulous towns, situated in his' rute, these"
troops will be join-d by cavalcades ofpri.
vate citizens; and in this order conducted
to his lodgings, where hle ivill receive the
felicitations of:.the .people, through the
meditim of their respective :committees.
The' President, previous to his depar-"
ture fiom: Salem, forwarded the v. iilti
replies 'to the several' i-uilLic idtiCes byf
which he ioad been-a'ddressed, in this and
the neighboring towns.
S. BOSON, ULY, 12.
During .the late Presidential jubited,
many persons.have met atfestiva.' boards,
in pleasant converse 'whom party politics
h.d Ion,, sevcfred. We recur with plea-
suire.tp O ftil the ircum'italces which at-
ten'ded the dmo'nitr.tin) ef.good feel-
in gs. 'f eiA-
T ie dinner given by the venerable ExA,
Presideiin .Aldanms,;consisted of nearly for-
:y covers--~a-. irr-Iried n ;lih-a l re.i- !
Ilicilyaid unafleclted tleiance, and em.
braced as guests eminent men of all poli-
tical parties. The accomplished andI ele-
g:ait I..y of the Ex-Pr',sidetnt did the
hronnrsseated between the President of
lie Unit d ,.-. -. -sr. ;ir title

es. andtheiir fe pecti i ., i!Lrc tLre
imong the guests,. His Idnor Lt Gov.
Phiilips ; Chief Justide Pa'rkei' ; Judges
Javis and Adams Marshal' Prince, and
r'. Iflake, district Atirnin ;' Major
General Cirane: the Gentcrmik' Dearboi n,
IIanipl.rtys and ;ri'l;er the C'mnv,-.
dores ainbridge,'Hull nd Perry ; i-ion.
Wiliam Gray, H.'G Otis, Jmts Lloyd,
nd Josiah Quincy ; W., N. Buy lston,
Esq ; President Kirklland; Rev. Messrs.
Vhitney and Coieman ; ,Mr. Shaw,r to
whom the Republic of letters is greatly
idebted for thie establishment of the A-
henaum,, and. others, whose' namA we
would rut Iarh. '

r- NOi FO ,JULV'l5.
The Hotel Marine Book, under yester-
ay's date, says, The Bu:no. Ayrean
rig Patriota,. commodore Taylor, is at
ichor under Old Point Comfort, having
een abaidoined by most of her crew, who
ame up to t6wn last evening in the bi'g's
under. The cause of their leaving ther
understood to be a diminution, of their
rnner allowance, in conequence of
hIich, some dissatisfaction was express-
I, and a threat made to run .the brig' on
ore, unless the disaffected were peimit-
d to land. The commodore, it is saki,
hiding it mostpoeltic to .Pomdly With-
-eger'B 5-e lt athou0 1O o'f them up in
e brig's tender, as before observed, leay-
g only ten' men, with tile officers, on
>ard.: The commodore dined on board
e U. S schooner Nonsuch on Saturday
t. '
From gentlemen who came passengers:-
the ship Potomac, from Neiv Orleans,
e keeper of the Hote1 Marine Book
tirns,' that the noted pirate ;Mitchell,
1o hcd been committing.depredations.
Sthe Gulf. of Mexico for a long time
evious, was shot (though not mortally).
roughthe body, on or about the 7th of
ne, by some military sent from New
leans for tihe purpose of apprehending
im. He was found in a small cabin in
e vicinity of Bayou St. John. It was
ported, and generally believed in Newt
'leans,:that this desperado had sunk, by
tans of scuttling, a ship with 80 souls-
board, but a short, time before he was-
;en "
A number of packages of goods had
en found in the woods and swamps, in
P neighborhood both 'of the Gulf of
exico and .Lake .Ponchartrain, all be-
re'd, from circumstantial evidence of
Sstiongest nature, to have heen depo-
ed there by this noted offender.

oa n'arimlE COLUtBIA'J.
A letter from a gentleman at Buenos
res, of April 15, to his friend in New-
rk, has the following :-
yesteardr voit '-.&e T'arra in pm-h
f 'tle told me tmat the intrigues otfGun. La-.
sse have occasioned hisi hprisonmentm. f-i\v
'ratetful is this man's conduct But Gen. C.
ot the first who cherished a viper to sting
enetlactor. '
Xesterdlay, three Spaniards, an officer and
'rini-commissioried officers, Were shot oI .
public square, tur attempting to cause a rr-
Ition in the government. Nothing' hew fron;
lj or Peru. Gen. St' Martin sets out foe
former on Saturday next. Capt. Munson. in
Buenos 'Avres brig Cleopatra, has taken
b'outght in here, a Spanish ship valued at
million ot'dollarsat least."

N1Sw-Yor JULY 15.
he Evening Post, on the authority of Mr.
or, contradicts a letter published in the"
hmondCompiler,astotallydestitute of truth;
ch Jetter isdated the 29thi ofJune, and states
icuistance reported here of col. Burr re-
ving $100,000 from Mr.Astor, ss a compen.
on for property purchased from "ol. B.

y ears ago, a redemption-right being re.
red for 20 years, & 'c. This story was very
rally circulated here; but now, it seen.,
it wasi astrue.--c tom.

S n.t .- -ESSIA. FLY, .. ast-eari supplied .-c 'eril tar rs ... .:... he co niu ucdc-.'a, 'l.., t-.p,I...l- trL,,.hl ; frr o' ells,erect-
s eed,.at treble the price ofother hea edcaorto gan l nd keeping the Saba
TE.s. GA & SEA.TO.: all of which as we as, hji own, propmi- igroi s o se, were scarce t,,r.d ,..rne iii rcj'-i. oi.a'to .T ......t.-X aceding Utree discouri
In your National Intelligeticer bfthe sed fid e crop. and thatlihe had then einga s lr:, ie,r shelter, lien t.ie beach '..a c, .us.J eats; and U,.-' p-r il ,, I ',h the M">"r s..,l|l Co,,,eius,i ii
26th instant I observe an article over the d ihe gr.ter part ofhis crp forseed, to pieces t3y iOtir a- &c-,t noa of th.: Jdeem mo..-, ai.. an,.a.-, t.- iul Cr i, i.Ua.i (,e.,rgetown,
sinat'ure 3. on the subject of helata .t te doors per bushel, and did not c' .-n wer i.i-urrte: loe .",ii. .; n,,. all be ie ',tl: I- ., ue -. '"~.t 1-, civilian
.. ., oinj bc' tie u. .. I iAeli'i Ing the .same iuA eti.' ....', iuii, utwii surety, Anrlierican.i t
l-essian.Fly. .l .. ; .Ij'bt tsling the .whole atthat price. ti'eead one of its large branches, it having in the penalty iol on,,. il,6tu,.nd 'dollars, for the li';,sg e'at.Li,
The, writer, who seems, in common I he quality, of thn Law'ler wheat is ex- -cle.'edhero a 11%'3e, inches on either .side.- i.aoitiiu e.. utlon ,1 h., aco ..t. b Ien, nI
with the farmers generally, to have re- cellent, aind is said by experienced rnil- .p.,rt riftlie c,,.panI n which hlbataken shelter a- S- BUuc,, .... .. As the ctj:
oiced at hearing of a- species of wheat lers, who have proved it, to make more su- .bout fifty paces forward, and within about the I President of 11e Gurinl ..I Lommon Council.. friendss of a
which was exempt from the ravages of perline-loutr than any other wheat. It ame distance of theopening, attempted to gain: lut .I iySlTE',, nas received
S. that insect and who had-determined to, has been supposed to be more liable to rust t, but were forced back by the fall of large. pr i sl.- li de.3oardofAiterlen-. the United S
prcure :some .of the seed of this wheat than other wheat, from ripening some tried by thie sudden wheeling of their horses.- NJ. G. Oi, Mayor. iven rtion
-"f ti tiont
from Virginia, is likely to be- deterred days later; but I am informed it has .not T\vo perunis \iere i-h-lterrig niiie paces in the -- juty 17--
from doing so, "being informed by a suffered from rltst at all, except in 1814, *rear of tltI usdeis. ,he ,ui,,g :lady-'s 'orse Washiatn Thet '
farmier friom Virgiinia that in his neigh- when the wheat in-Virginia was gener- discoveeriga tree ling,i sprangand threw her .
borhood this supposed favored wheat was ally injured by that disease, but this less in almost the on lace omo FOR 20 NIGHTS ONLY-FOURTH IGHT D
'called blue stemthotgh he had -heard'it than any other. they occupied but a moment betf..re-The per- On. Satuirday .Evening, July 19, sold;,awi
called Lawler_, saddle bags, &c." he be- A friend of mine in Culpeper county .son who attended li., h.;i but jun.t raised her Will be presented an admired play, not acted the bookstore,
"in persuaded that il is the same variety shewed tne a field, froin which he .had from the ground, when he sawa large walnut here tmlese six years called the menceathaill
-v w;,eat. which in Maryland is.known last year reaped a fine crop of Lawler bteakr-- wasd cran.J.tr.cOiei'iti- .\ ir,. a HIr A i-LAW bereadyby 1
under the'name of blue straw. T, he in. wheat, which, though well set with clover, whichtis shetoot eel,-bN~ ti'r vrt,' by G :. ..1 C,, A _AW g," place utor veryl. i
t.Ill..iice and solicitude for information had a volunteer crop of Lcawler wheat s osily. -n -" .- .. n. -.., -
of vour correspondent, Will -probably se- growing on it, which would yield much ,. ".. cr inbiis] u.y'l-
cure him from beingg'abused by such mis: moreithtli some oJ the best fieldsin he e Judicial Court, at Endof the laly a kl6rupipe by .lrs.[Iarris .
represeattation;'but this.paragraph may be county well cultivated, in. other wheats. PAt the ISup me d at .: -- L. -
the mans 'of prtventirg many farmers .-.. PAAr.\r.\x FAR.WER: astine,.Paul .usep, an liian other After which the Opera of ..
from tahi the seed of this wheat, l1e,28lJrn t ,- .t oS o e, M GH.NDha i HR.. t u th co.
and -rb- a greal injury may be done .-- id. ictnent for the iirder o.FMr.. Vn Th*o- t t .,,d,
a n d t n r -l dr:i l a .dre Jra.-*t1 '" d_ 'i w i l l:b _, .a l p C 0 1 a ui e
to a.. icuhltrc. The inlorm-naon of the BIIILE SOCIETIES. .night, at Bangor. Susep, inra .state of l e i.ac t ,,r r, i ..t p, ;.:en o'clock.
V" ir...iiiifarmer" is the more extraor- Aimiongthe numerous articles orintehl- itoicati and violent pi, h b n d.i' ,, Pat i.a-c.iive cS 0 C J l-
dinary asi,excepting that the new wheat gence received:by the late arrivals from iher a hu... ...
Sana the prpe stra"'areieboth bald wheat, .Europe,is the f-llowing edict, issued by knife, acnd caudise used his death.New O-..
..nb wo vari ties catib e more dissimilar ",his ..Sacred N3ETB. ," to the clergy in The C .t sat in the m"etin house 3 r eeivd '.by ,loi .N ELLIOT, N -BantNo
The blue st-:m or purple straw is'well Hungary, against tile establishuni ol The prosecution Jas caoiiductedit> Mr. arid lur ale at his store on the Petisqylva- A Ca .-, P.
An't.wit i Virginia. having been cultiva- those societies, and the free cicualiion ol Davis, the ohacItur G(enrc :,,, and llc,,rs. n,. vi,ue, "-. r.
t.1w. i. y.and i.l s, to soe tile b bl-e. .V ,Mellea -and i',llianson v'"re Counsel Nsraiatie ofra Jodrney.in Egypt & .he counI- S.aiiirdv ,rlaer,
-- .- .' -'--'rt. i ..ne ,Ln qlton.ibl- for the prisont'r. \'htn the Judges wver ,. I-,. n-1 rc (.aarats By 'huaBsLy.'Ih .tel., .at' r te,
,p ,c.::,c retd chafd bearded anlcat, Association t,as caused the establishment abut to give thitu Charge to the Ju'ry, L}a'. NI -,- l'te,.- 7.. ". Jui'. -
-wich is pow, ,referred to most.other of several affiliated societies, particularly they askLd thoe -rirsoner i I he ha-I ,aV of,. ,' pogre[ o. Metapiysici, Ethical and .
kinds of. heat, and which I still think. in Germany, and that several such asso- ".i to.say. He replied that John Nep' Poc l'cs, in..hy si.c dti rt *.i uof Let- Stock in tl
:: sup-,ri'rto any kind. we have ever had, ciations in the imperial hereditary domi- tune, another Indian, would speak for ter. an L'.re. u. l. ,.i
except the Jones'.white wheat pr Law. onions, particularly among the Protestants, him; and John cari.e forward mitli the S La,,,.,,n r,,a t'..,',r,,r. rc. Price I50 e syA a,
lcr, and were it equally-exempt from de have more intiurate connection In. view), ease and conence of a ..'cro e A er mar,h ebr'l .e to t-hesu
striuction by the fly,.I should preler itto his Sacred Miajty has been graciously spokeof- svei.l murders of Indians by ry, Author Eng a lishbtionary, and Editor. of
that on clay or 'low..grounds. In my pleas'd to ordain, that carebe taken that tle whits, which had esc-ap-d punish Yander Hoog's Debre' liorle--4t, eadion uy 19--t
r eihborhob' many farmers havt a por.: printed copies pf heBible be not ci&cu nnt hlie statelthe" caseol Liverincre, "'o we hi now added s i i cco.'nte the.ii :
tion of their crops of the blue stem.wheat lated .gratis, or ata low piice, by s-uch who'convicted o tlhe murder df an 'In.- arnd p- rvrc, ,. l- London Society for prpo- SA l
this year, and a small part of my own foreign associations and societiesin his dian,. was sentenced to be llhug but had rmotii.g c.rstlusaty ariongst the Jews. Price -
crop is of that kind. -I have found that majesty's heredi;ry dominions, nor th. his sentence commuted to coanime nt b...pa .e-Musct tramited a
g-" ralyv ithas suffered much more from- establishmet of a Bible Association be orli.e in. tle State Prison; offeredto -1 p n skleap iy a.i nown cht rrice T.r-
the fly than any other. kind,, though I allowed. lor, the rest,. is Sacred Majes- consent that L. might be .et t .liberty, 87 cents, ; -stpoes
have n ome fie elds of that wheat ty is graciouslyy pleased to allow the if Susep was- released; and expatiated on .vieiiish's Map's for sale as sbove. s: ost o 5
that were folerably good.. .: with Bibles as with-ail other books by the propriety of harmony-and concilia Suhscriotions fir Dr. Barton's AmericanVe valuable stock
One wild have supposed it impossi- booksellers, according to the Ordinances- tbon between the red & vhite people. Thi getable Mareri vsedica or Medical Botany, will besoldat
ble that thesevarities of wheat should published on this subject. The royal go- Juryverdict as, Man laughter,and withelegantc cd pate,f.e as a B-the full
--- that.these.Yari't.eso ,. .lt.as a "I ... ..Thefirstanumnber is in tie press. ;ad, aid t
have been confounded. The blue stem vernmentit.ereby publishede this his Ma- Susep was sentenced to one year's impr- ju 19 t th ae of
cis its name from the cblor of the straw jesty's resolution, that.the most punctual sonment in the .County Jail. the lots on w
wi ich-. a-s ie at hat approaches to ripe. care m6ly be taken to oblierve it in every -w ..... By y.virtue of a. decree pany will be d
neq, :,cquire- a sery distinct purple .co- point. CITY ORDINANC -Fthelrionorab.e. heeighcou.tofchance. of association,
or, that inaybe di.tiiiguished at a consi-. Given.at Buda, on the 23d Decem- ,0. OR .N.A .- ry of eIa3L t-1, the subscriber, as trus- Tern minad
dcirable distance ; it- is not so taltla heat ber, 1816, in,.he.assemblyofrthe mem- Ai ACT makir.-an apropri.tion for opening Cr hioer ', a l ckp non wed
as the Lawlr, hlas a weak. delicate stall, bears. of. the royal liungiarit govern- and impro' in, V-'ior: a rie, from Se- day, the 20th .of August next, a'lt Coaues .1 ..- th
ripens about four days ,earlier, the graitl ment." ,...- venth street west to Ne -t J ers,' avenue. Lancaster's right, tide and in- rest to that Will be*'xpo"
vastly inferior to the Lawler. The Law:- Be ft enhcted" Sy thde 'Board1 o .ldermen and tricth sr parcel, of L- nd, situate aad lying in .
ler wheat grows taller than ainy kind I r. :Bai'rii t-ITOD IALL REVEitiEs. RBoard f CRfn;.cs, C,I.-aci' t ,ft.e ti',i c.f W- !i,- Cobb NeCk., C-t. i- c,'.I.i. ., Lailed :'eill'... LNt No .12
h-rve seen, lIe straw very brightand thie :The following article oi the subject.of ing'to rhiot ,or ap-nar.- ann r a'"rt,.... No- Land,- it t y. l.. s,.d L,r.r. tr, '. pr.iart;,. the niHr.g.
stalk ircor parbl harder than ahy other, .boundaries, is fr a Quebe: paper of york a% E ue.from Seve ttret ist to N, Jrt farm wihicth was the reside.,. ,f a. L.r1 N I, I-
k oof ap ,,,nce. v aacnue, the sum of three hundred do1l-' deceeafid I': ,t r -John Lanc.-ster; containing Capitol slrert.
Skindthi m. acquainted wi0t ; which is July ... ,- be, and itnIh din,.- i. lereb ',pprof' .', l.--accye. a ro...,..i, sr,,' 2 perches. This land 2 building kl
withoutt dpou i the cause of its exemption "A difference. has ariisen- between the to be p.ld out io'n m-'nnnicS in ii n,1 rn-.'..- ,'., as saataic.i h.n the WV,;omi'cpraver:an-lpart kes street, contain]
Ira:.m tlh: fl -l American and; British commissioners, '.l-ar''c !app-roprii.te:'.l, ito t 'hi- 'ril.lt o-fthi e .-- rof ll i1 c I htiiv.h .-, hclh iha r,'e, ., ..m. n g rpwt o L-t
A cri, ii'.er.ble p,.r-tioIn ci,r my present under' the treaty of Ghent, which inti- cod"" t' 'd, it' .t. et.ill- al ... ,. r 'he dirirci.-,,. lily ,il..,. the ..... I kethtoi u.e nei gihb,ring wa ar. fice.
of the comranissoonu ,,I '.a st;, I., an,,I til ,o :,- 1m,, ,is r,=pam ed vI he i,,.,d-T'e d'- ihng Terms. m ade
crop Io tl,,,twheat. During ,the Ici-i- lately imerests this prdvin ce. The A-ne- distant comrri.sii t, t ..as, to be aii tcd uby t ain is repu a d all the im ..r.ovement;e dj e i, e t. d
od of the -attack of the fly, iii the early ricans pretend to establisii their bourida- tIayom;.: to, which wbere attached to -the f nrm rf John '
part of May, frequently searched i it ry within a few leagues of the river 'St. Sec. 2. A.a,,e it enacted, That-the Ma-or be Laitcaster, dcoeased,'Te sittiated on that per ju!y 15--eo3
for the ,'zra c', bit could fird itery iWv lw I.arence at atane, carrying it up still and he is hereby at'tho;ized, to obtaiita loan.of tin allotted to Charles J, Lancaster,atad:soidin
ol thin i lic in the.red chaff.adjoin .within.a few.kagues f.i' the river St. thesum herein before appropriated,fi-oinmairy pursuance ofthis decree. Ylranklin
ig, autiind.- c. could be found. In the Lawrence, to the highlands.in the rear o person or persons dispoedito :make the sam, The title Iapers endproceedings in thedi -:
r c.-. ::---I .... L- ,,,,.N ....... ",. -. without ini Wp11ere1to..h"e ,iai bU iso c- .t.'ii hree- -c ... ... ceil estate witlVa. -. S"~
few ins'-ei cts in aicn 1 ill iffitd it,-thre St. Thnras. n ilt c- n son or t aperioof essthanree platthe may see at t teu tne r
maL.rI, :I aS snall, aid evidently sufftered rence, or walking on the citadel of Que. years. subscriberr, J. stld-by p
for' -nst ,.f nouiirishment ;, and in avery bee, we might see the Anerican flag S.BURC, Terms of sale prescribed by the decree are 19th of July; ai
feV .indstanes, ehe it h-d attained near- wa, ing on tAmerican territory "e President of theIB,,r nfCrn-, C'n,-,inc that oi the rat fiction of the sale by the chan. D. C. They ar
..eineuit a cen it hdatta sumd near-wsn" "noon -AmericnaPe a'nv territory u ", TtPi.N \\'ia, rI .1, nelor,*andise payment of' the whole pttrchIse inn complete ort
ly the sie it acquires henitassume should nolongerhave. any la.dcommu- .. President l th e m y,t trusteshallxeutea conveyance aement, a
its chrysalis state, it hiad ruptured the nicatiin with our sister. colonies of.Nova Apprdoed-2d July, 1817. to thI purchaser. On their prese
Sblade which envelopes the stalk, and was Scotia and New.BrUnswick. Nay, .we BXJ. G. ORR, Mayor. JOHN B. MORIS. of the t i
passing out, the .stalk being too hard to could not send a courier in .Winter to : uly 19-eots ti on. The s
vidtos ressue. .... Gaspe or Chaleura Bay. Isolated, laid. N ACT -akig an appropriation in the advantageous
ild .to as ..q'sre"'-e. .' -- -\t, ou. t1hward. 1' Il''tt t'olslaanai'. / advantageoud,
That the -maggot is nourished till it- openlop all.sides.. Bit we shal not con- Be it enacted y th ad of n rr. i, I. ad to Baiwa
arrives at.thel"chrysalis state by the jui- tinue the subject .Ve trust our'commi..- Bado ceo conc, as---,Nthe i ito cityv T
.cs of t-he plant, is. Believe, admired ; sipers.will be firm, and. circunispect; ington, That for opening and improving Sixth an ,n.'chcnt ceht..r, cunh,ied in the prisoel the whole, purc
but the injury it c.uld inflict on-Wheatin We have eason .tobelieve thtat:the Am e- street east, from icr n. i. ianu avenue to Vi'- tund, cl a Washingtmn c..un Ir debt, Notice in approved wa
.this way, .would ,be .small. It is' well i'cais will adhere to their pretensions. to giniaavenue, the sun, t01 .o! hundred and.fifty is hereby given to the creditors of thesaid a very liberal t
known thai'the clief .irnjtry it does to' the-very la-st. If ihey can ge-t by the pen dollars be, and the same is iherbi appropria- Shorter atias Legirs, that on- the st Monday of given. Sale to
wheat, .'consists it compression.. on. the what they could riot get Ibythe sword, the ted, to be.paideit or any monies to the credit Agust,.. at the, hour of 11 o'clock, A. M. l 4-en
teinderstalk-abovethe first joint, obstruct- wtr'id perh will ntlame them. The of the fourth ward, not otrwise prpropiated, in r tie tourt room in ti capitol, the oa t .ly enTs
t.d.crstalk- o taio o.the sa .:. s.. .' : iiir" preti in.gll. t .o er dnt o. be expended undei the direction of the -'e;crlc.d by. the act of ,Ogresi;, entit'led i.
ig icoceitratio tthesap c i H pretensinsgo. onl Commssonerndtwas distant Co issioners, "An act for the relief of insolvei t debtors .11
the plant to exert the -zpower of self pro- .what ive have always possessed, and to he.appointed by the Mayoi, .froin the, neigh- within the Distrietof Colnmbia," will be ad }IiILL be sao
tection, siwhichit possesses in- common ihhich-fo rs the true boundary in Ame-- 'borhood of the .aid improvement. i.ministered i the said insolvent, and a truste.t- V Saturd.y
with m ost plants) by shopping out new 01a between countries tinder separate Br ., Rc URCuH' s appoitie, less sufficient cause to the con few articles o
Branches front below,.. l.ich seldom or governments, to wit : the height of land ee the o' N1 -a.C C Tsy' oliram d a o this enotece inserted fe, chairsher
e o t,opr ectlon V[hls so u between theater, emptyg wimIisint dcair
never-come ti p ecn I his so. between the water, ptyig within their President of the Board of Aldermen.. i the National Inteiligencer three times pre- bard, andirons,
universally knidw, that argiument.would be respective :territories,' and 'which was, Approved, 2d July, 1817, vios.s o said day. n hess, saddles am
lost on it ; and was th fact equally well ,wit;loit doubt, the limit interhded by thile BENJ G. ORR, Myor. By orderof'thebhonrableBuicknerThrttston,
known that the,. Jones' white wheat or 'ram-ers ofthe treaty which relates to '""~~~ assistantt Judge of the Circuit Court of th ,')v 15---
Lawler has a stalk too firm to yield to the t his boundary. AN AT for the rcld o Th.,,as Williams. District of Coiumbia. .
compression, there would be no difficulty '- .. ~it enacted by theoard of Aderm-ran WM. BRENT, Clerk. Yvirtueo
the e .: b,: ; E. ,- 1 10 1171.' vs-' K f r .,ara o Commo onclif the C 'f jlly ,l9-3 y virtue. o
in.accountg forits xempton. O I te 22 ult. some parts aof tfis .gtn, That for paying Thlomas I, jnl 1- r .. ",scrber ftor
diligent iliquity, lam informed, that at k ot' cerain sor. dis bladcksmith's okfis, ed i Pice Geors Couey Court, ,ril v at pub
ha cour,,iwee visited' by'a osost tremendous certain i blacksmith s 'work .fm-anshed-I nn'J rince Geor-.s. .County co .t'iri .d,
different times within the last six or sev.. storin'of wind, rain and ligolitnins'g:-An unusu. Herford,.late Commissioner ofthsesdcqnd ward, Term, 1817; iyble tr
en years, -three several- paircls of this .ally heavy raih iis .ae btliL.ec gd.cri : and the sur of fourteen' dollar ind six y-six cents FIE commiissioners appointed on the peti bout 4 miles fr
wheat were brought into Vi ginia. all we'have ,hrd01'..l b...i k iled bya .beand the sm here bppr-opat dto be. ti of nJohn Stone andNathaniel Pope denceof J
from Pennisylvania. The firstpardel was lightni'; .but tn.- e.a.tic,,' aeer, at the ..a ofany fndst t credit o' se for divisionn of the real e tate of Nathani e.in r 0Fcres .
,brouh. y a M.. S, yder inio Hampshire wud wasonly ptu:l, or c ...,n' ow i'ns .a- cond ward, not o- -eiS. ,l,-i.,I. dppe, under the act entitled "an act to direct of wood and m
-' h...n g, "d"e""".. cross the coutry--itheirprogress destr~yh, : ,, % '"' decent, having a return, stating thia ) retw orooddw
county; where it succereded well, and Was timber tear ing up fiuit trees. unrooig h s ., Presidento'thle ,.ar- ,rr oCuncil, C auci to j dv. h in tr b di rt ouoe, Ja
diffused a good deal in the adjoining cbun- &c.-We are .intobrmed;thlat on some planta- : OPPAN WEI SlS'ThEt' '' ded without injury to the parties, and it being Pisca'away cree
ties, under the namepf the Hampshire or tins scarcely any timber is left, fair .the whole P resident of the Boaird of Aldernici stated that sire of the representatives reside those disposed t
Snyder wheat. The second was brought breadth of the vein; almost whole orchards .are Approved--.. uly, 1817 out iof the state: It is thereuppon ordered, tht. $1500 cash ont
into Fauquier county by a Mr. Lawler, torn ip by the roots, aid a'malist every house BNJ. 6. OlR, Mayor. the said representatives appear befolbre thirs at 12 nd 18 mo

Lawler, when the farmers in te n.igh since dead. Digest of l the generallaws of this Copo-' have, wy theretur o he c si a june 2-wt
borhood oftBucklanid, where it was chiefly. Tihe following ifthe substance of statement ration. : foreaid should not be confirmed- nai that u -
ci oier parcel was brought. a Mr. Hix tioed init and who wished it published as a Boarcd of Common Codcel of the cit of W eh- pnt laticon of this orderinte ~ationa Inte. ,>,d Alexandria
i -wher ,itisKaown. .nr public acknoiledgemestm of their thankefilness ngton, That the itegister be, and he is hereby ligencer once in each week tor four weeks sue' ,e aboveonce a
on, into toudoeunwnere t s.Knfown under for so.miraicuilous apreservatiua, and as a .testi- authorized and directed to prepare, on the cajively, before the said first Monday in 3e;.- counts will be
the name of r lixon or. ny proot wheat. mom n ui their conviction that they owed their principles ofGraydon's or }erty's.Digestof the temb r. .
I lately made a journey from this place preservation aid their escape from harm,-not to laws of the UnLmteJ States, with -as little delay True conpy-Test, .
to the neighborhood of Chiarlottesville,in tleir ood jfitune, but to tlie protecting care aspossible, a complete digest of all the general J"HN R'AD MAGRUDE, ,
Aibenarle counivy, passin. throu h the aidguardian poaerotfan overmtilingg Providence laws of this Corporation, and to cause tlh .'ta in Clerk Prince Geor es C'ty Court. o dbe Oc
oltClisaofPinec e p'Sig thia ugnte who kept them safe amidst the thick flyinia to be piinated; for which a reasonablecompen- .u .,, 19-w4vw ff-A't s-rong
ones of Princ llam, Pauqurer, shafts ofdestruction. station shali be allowed him brickhin.aue
- Ipeper'MIadisori,'Oranige, and part of On the 22d tlt. lMessrs.- Thomas Best, David S : .S, BURCI 'A .... t p M I Y. F tree. Th
AlK .m'arle, a tract of country Which, tho' Brenaugh, I. Iey, W Browvninmg-, T. Ovei'field Presidentof the Board of Common Courncl. 'KALE BY D A-L. *ack n G street
ba: ciJ rivated at-present, 1 certainly aid J. Saididge, with. several young Ladies of 'TOPP'AN WEBiS Lt, --. .tnbyA m ct o ,. ot bri;k.houis
i lie finest wheat district i Virgi'a. theirconnexion or ieighborhoo6d, (i all eleven ,' President of the Board of Aldermen. Sc ioer Trenton by Auction. eet on G street
think tf "d e co ._ -f w t .u or, twelve persons,) returning home trom Shan- Approved-2d July, 1817, :. .-m sale of this vessel has been iminavoidS- or any g eni.emi
and fou,, 't.e. cp et .mu .I..njur ".on meiting-house, were overtaken by the E.. NJ. G. ORRf, ayor. otonetoStrthe l9aig their r bildi,,s,
ed by the fly except in the few. instances storm. The.compahvny wereabout one hundred ,when, at o'clock a. m she nilb1sitivel closed, wit h
in which 1 sa v the Lawler wOeat, which yards frai open ground when the ramin coin- RtSOLUT1ON directing the Mayor to adver. sold to the hig shest bit r-Th'e sale to tak necessary to
vithout e. pti'ln was good; and I met senced, and as the wind hadnot yet become a- tise for proposals for digging of wells, erect- p..ceon Goer's whr,,here the vesselmay ery, as those-
w t nexc n dual n that. urney. who larmin, tle company separated into three lit- aing pumps and hydraits, and keeping the be examined; _h a substantial, fine vessel, ashesame. ITop
wth no inds tout th tic dvisons, forthepurpose of elterngthem. same.m repair. : well fonid, burthen abo.t 700 barrels. *.He lowest price
ws not satiss e oufr me capacity p selv.ens froni he rain undertle trees. One .of Resolved, by the Board of Jhldermen and s, n "hp,le linr al the fast

the Lawler whe. atto ,.sist thne, y. A capt.- 'tase hlitle companies was sheltered under a Board of Common Council ofthe City of Wash. .. MALLOR", aut
IHunton in Alhb smiarle, told me -he had iaie beecli--The rain had continued falling a ingtoiz, That the Mayor be aid he is hereby di- Ge)town. ulv 16- june 17--o2t
clltivated it fob". four years-that he had bout a stinute, not in drops,but like a solid, ba~ reacted forthwith to cause o be advertised in Ge.rg.town, uy lt-. J

ME -,P.ICAN I ID -3. IDA .
thi even ii, nest, at o'clock, (.
e v.',ll I., d~ hlei-e: by the Rev. f
n the Presbyterian- Ohurch ia
,on the practicability .of introdu.<,
Atioi and .ehristiahity tmdnng the
lians.. ,An account of an inter-
hl, .r, I.miong ihe'Cherokees will
I:. cIiucitvuri taken utpii aid of it.
zt i c a.r .f equal interest to al.
man.ity, lheratwue or religion, and,
tile sanction of thegovernmentof
tatesr the inviaiotai. to attend is'
ari ufr every name, withoutt dis'

ooks- a-t Auction.
r, aturd is the 19fth int. will be.
ell S tl--ctJ cd .l]ect-,n t'o'Ok-, --
:e orn lrlJ,. l r.-,. S.te to orm-
; )t- .3 o clock-C-'t.ologe will
2 )'.>l'.ik-- ',. ir -;lesi ill take
stock is sold. .
B. .LLG.-;;, atct'r.

iook a ,t Auction.
e oel' he Law ,'oks all be sold at
mnr.re'.neh4t l l" e h.,.,l: .ide. onrt
Sonil .tirI l' l ts e 19",n iflSt.
D. M.\LLURV% -iuct'r.

436 Dollars
otes, of the akank of ayette
e 'la,,i'Lv. a" dod or tHie ." Fdr-
\.' Sicaim, Oi,"'' will be sold.on
rI.oila. lb plUrblc saucion, imrmied i-
sali o1" b.jiki .
A. M.LLOiY, Auet'r.

ie Bank orf ,Wa-hinigton
are ..of Stock in the above Bank
ad, if immedihite application ia
ibscribqr,!4t Andrew Way; Esq's,


nigton Tonrtine Stock,
h. 'res ot Wash.ngton Totoine
Y64',',e !..r alile on Saturdsy last.
atil Saturdaya next tie I ." h in-
lock pm when 50 shares of this
,: depending on the best lives,
my auction room'without reserve.
amount on each share has been
,lciats hve greiliy incre&ad
ce stock, exclulise 'ibe rse o0
hichlit wa, ':.u:.ded. The c.am-
issolved according to the articles
.ina 7 years. .
:known atthetilme ofsalt. ;
; *'; _. 'P. MAURO ..asctr. ^
e satrne time f/lace, ',.
rid for public sale.to the highest
bidder .. "
and 1 ihn Square ..No. 105, near
2, 19an il11 in Sqj.rd919 on 8.
ulai ro.-iiind about 1tfeet on. Fo
rg sab.;u '. i. E ?.iE l e cli.and Bi-

Slkiinwnat the. t'e. :'.
P. MAUR, to-: .
:A' .' uctioneea,,.

Powder Mills at Ela-
bu 1b Auc'tionu.- -
ibio itic action on Saturday, the
t the Uniboi iarerni, G.roigctow n,
e, built O an an xtenfive plan, are
der, and will, with proper man-
facture 1.000 pounds per day.-
nt construction more than one
al expehce is saved in the qpe-
ituations of' these milts is very
being near the great tw-rpike
ore., not more than 5 1)3 s. I roen
r, and about miles from Was!A.
he greater part, and probably
:hase will be received payable
r "and navy gun powder, and orn
ime if satisfactory security be
commence at 12 o'clock.
D. MALLORY attuct'r.-

ire, &c. at Auction.
id at Bates'd Saction room, on
19th instant, 4 o'clock r; m.
-'Furniture, consisting of 2' tr 3
as and beaste-dq, bureans, t?-
ndi.estandQ, was'h!tahds, 1 side-
2 safes, 1 set of carriate har .
ind bridles

ale of Land.
a.deed of trust given thesub.
purposes therein specified, he
ic sale, in the town of Piscata.
.y, 15:% next August, a veryde-
Land on Mattawoanan Run, a-
oinm Piscataway, late the tesaj
osias F. Beall, supposed to con.
of which is a large proportion
adow land. The irtnproveineita
'eling and all other coneennrtt
met A. Bead, Eaq. living..o
k, will shew the preniiBes \o
o view them. T'rms of:'sa!e
he day of sale, and the balance
nihs, with bond.and very good
interest from 1st January next,
.wiilbe given '

'a of the Federal Republican
gazettee are requested to insert
week till the saie, and their
piadby .
. H. McI.DER'.KY.

Ild by Private Sale,
.nmd ,.1 built three sil'y
. east of '.lihe old branch bans
e lot s 2.5 feet on F street, runs
, on which is a commodious 2
e. The bat then extends 100(
, which makes it convenient
an to erect a coach house or
with an elegant garden, well
a thriving thorn hedge. It is
gives a description of the pro-
wiahing to purchase will view
prevent unnecessary application
is 92 cts per sq, foot, inci- .

property on the premises.

i '1OG-EsS OF Tilie '-.:r'I ,, ,.. ,

On the Presidcent's arrival at Lynn, he
-vas met by a conimnittec of tire town,
1zmd, uo ie" a salute' from Capt Butchul
tiers artilleryy,. conducted to the Hotel,
vwh.ure many ladies and gentleMien, pre-
viinualy assembled, were presented to him.
'As ie ielt the Hotel, a very large nuinm-
her ,f tiie inhab'taits, of both sixes, and
of Uli ages, drew iup in t'o Jlines .on' the
aiiimln';, forniing a lane exteindiig froth
th"iiHotel to thle .eetig Houtse, through
Swhiich, with his x'celieniicy Gov.. Brooks-
and their respective suites, preceded by
tlhc cornimiLtee of arrangenients, lhe pas-
sed, alighted .on foot, aud then ascended
his carriage- and continued is journey. -
At ..,io bl hcad tie was received with
,great -respect,.br the fathers- of the town
arid committee of arrangementsi. under
escurt of Capt. Sotery's Light Infantry,
arid a:lidst the'sound ofbells and catmioii,
and the acclamations of the citizens:
here lie spent several hour's, receiving
i- :...rir tih.ii nS vie, wing, the. town 'and
hdl ir, ii-iiu. ud inspecting Fiort Sew-
all nind its. garrison reviewing Maj0r
Reed's battalion of artillery, &c.
A. tHule past 3 o'clock a salute firom
'Col. R ssell's regimient.of.artillery, sta-
tidified2iii. S6uih Saleni, and the ringing of
tlie .bells,' annouilced that th.i: President
had reached the bounds ofi S;enl, where
ie wasn'met by the.Sel&ctrtieni, Coitnittee
anid. Marshals. -.,1J wdlcomed',by Co,l
Mas1fi'ed, clhaii;mn. of the. selectnien; in
S.te following trms:- ..
,e are highly gratiled, sir; that we have
.wice i'ord ai opportuitioy to present our:Tes-'
p. ects to the. Chief" :- irr.- : i ;ie nationn ;
'. m we, 'the S6lectm e .i -.., -.'I ll'. f the int-
i.abKants, sincerely welcome yoti to the ancient
o of 'Salein." "
After. which,. he quitted. his- carriage,
-and proceeded. with the cavalcade oni
horseback iHe was soon in the- centre
i'th'e town. 'T-he,6 descent ifro'ii the high
"-groiund to. the Sdotli Bridge, ex'hibitd"
thle cavaiclde, whiali had iiicreased at
'every step, to fine avhi, A.i .;.. 'An aircl
'. ,o ver .he bridge, .wvh hahdsomnely
,!'-- Wit with flags ; paussig under..this,
the P.resideBt eintere:d into hthe midst of
l,.i,b, i' of citizens th;ronginig the
i h il- r. \ y y window, was sparkling
with t i i-i' : i.i- ..-a'v ; and, turniis g the al
g-l, ih.', .,-,-: t street, ,tie gratulatj'ig
iioutsof thousands rent,.the air. Hav.-
ilig i passed into .Court street, throighl
Malaiol:r.gh),. Federal and Boston s-recets,
Sto -the d leud of Essex street, the cavalcad(;
hale cd, .Ieue the Presli,..i- nt .ii i...l' I d..J,
and i.oined on loot the i'r...cc-'!.ni .l 1:.
-it.' ',it ,ii, there for.-.ed agrdeably to:;lie
'il;m..-. arrangements .oi toe commitit
tee. An elegant battalioni comloned of
ouir thliee-c.ompn6ams of light inf.ihitr'v
ui dtr tthe comiuiad of Caplt. White, of
the Cadets, conducted .this proc. ssion,
ii' j a. ..l i,..': f; )in the artillery, to the
l'i. dc ,i ., i,. i,-n i Essex Coffee
.l.-,tit. N-.r i. l', ic :,uent's.person,in.
the procession, were maiiy of oulr most
<.ii.,,..:. .c-.'1 naval and military corn
nanders.- In the passage through Essex
street, the hopes of parents and:of society
were presented to.the President. in the
-1.., -"-P oluai5r a4tc-tiattde't
:.-: ull.iy l ranged on each side, under
i':,r .eu, cm.Il schoolmasters; and forming
'ail extensive avenue for, thc procession td
pias tiroughl. Whlien the. head jof the
escort treached tlhe Colffee I-ouse,. they
opened, and the President was conducted
in. byc the cotsamitteCe, where he: met ii' ri
iany distinguished characters, among
who, it was a hig li gratification to be-
hold iis Exc.il.-ii the Governor, (who,
with his ais,'and ind.full umi'rm) had ar-
rived sonic hoUrs before ; the Hon. Ti-
iotihy Pciterine. of the Stuptemie Exdc-
uitiv Conlcll, &c &c'.. Here, in front
of'thle hbuse arid arnidst the assembled
Sciis-i.;-., an address was.delivered by the
Hota. lr. Pcitamnan, as, chairman.of' the
Scomi.ittee, arid :af extemporaneous aii-
swer returned by the President.'
Some. time after, the President, ac:
.,*mmpv,'.-i 'y his Excellency, and many
o joi.r pLhub;: .characters, was escorted.tou
the Town Hall, where a number. of our
Sn..-t p :.a'!- c.i ,ens were personally
introduced to him. From theiri Hall. hw
proceeded in a carritag'e with ithet Gov-
erner.to Washington..Square, u lere lit
ieviewed-' the line of ti'oops, .0111om p. IcL
of the battalion of cavalry, the regiment
of tirtillery, the regiment ofinfantry, arid
the'Ii.iJ]p,:!rt Cadets,'(tlhe whole un-
dier. tIe orders oflCol, ..u-.'.ll, of the..ar-
tiller staiid then alighted at atinarquee,
where lie received the marching ailutc.
.''he mil rv dr-.Ail.ay was most beautiful
and twe i'lni'.ti-itd .tthe President .was
pleasedto express hissense of the f t ine
appearance and correct perfor mances of
the troops in high terms of approbation.,
After th idviiew, the President (who en-
tered and quitted thie square under a pe.ii
of artillei'y) was escorted by the cavalry,
to his Idgings, .where he sat down to
dinner with a large number of guests
-vh'Qm he had invited to his table, and
among whomi were his Excellency Gov.
Brooks the Secretary df the.Navy, Hon.
Mr. Pickering, Judge .Story, many naval
and military' officers of the :U. S.; Gen.
Hlovey anid other militia officers, the
renerable Dr. HIolyoke, 1,ev, Clergy,
Committee. of Arrangements, Marshals
ff the day,- &c. In the evening, the
President and the Governor, with their
suites, visited the Town Hall, which
was crowded with a brilliant assemblage
of ladies anid gentlemen, and where a free
and polite intercourse took place between
these distinguished visitors and the com-
}iany assembled.. Ari excellent band of
music enlivened the, brilliant scene. At
an early: hour the President, with the

iGovernor, retired, having been greeted at
every turn, through the day, with all the


nature did not allow us to -contemplate
evenf-or ages yet to come.
-'' ( .C

marks expfi-essl l arves t io vn na
Magistraite- tl'di .nation. ,
Wednesday- morningg. the "President,
with his ;site, pursuant to the purposes of
his tour, visited fort Pirntt.i'iri;, on Win.-
ter Island, the-.East India Museum, the
-alem Atheitam, dihe new work house,
and whatever other objects of a public
nature, and worthy his regard, the:town
offers. Jluithe afternoon, dined with the
Secretai'y itf the Navy. in .company, with
the Selectinen,. Committee -of Arrange-
id.nts', and .ianiy other .litle men of dis-
tiuction, &Sc. &c.

We have not been abe to -procure c io-
py either of tlihe address to the P-"e- i'itr.t
(which was delivered in, a very grc ful
and appropriate manner) or the taiin \";
but have been furnished by a genv!eniin
who ias near the speakers, with the ful-
lowmng as. their substance : ', '-
The Chairman of thlie Commnittet of A.frnn-e-
ments expressed to the President of th- Uif'iiidi
States the high i' i..: i,.,- hiich the citizens
of Salem experienced troin.,the, visit of' thi
Chief tMagistrate, and thi' indi. idual Avishes of'
the Committee that this tour might prove plea-
sant and salutary to himself, anld benSficial to
the nation. Adverted to the commnerce'f.the
to .in, tothe indlist i 1 fi ., i ,f its inha-.
bitants, and to the 1;. -r.. 1 ... ; I 'its lmel:-
chantsand inavigators, which was particularly
exemplified'by t nu manner in which they had
carried on.,the traded rouiuli the' Cape of'Good.
Hope.. Observed that an eminent hiierchanft of
this town, now l-c.1 : C ;- .1, .- ... iiii I-l
adventnrersiti l ir 'h, -l I, '.,, In.
come a permani -i, .i i l, i h h. I i h it .
the inationial comimer-ce, and expressed a confi-
den.t hope that the federal government woold,
under the auspices of the present Chicf ;M'i'a-
gistrate, gire it everyidie encourageihenti. Ad-
verted, to its '.onniecion with aigilcutlture, man-
uifactures, and tmle fisheries, antd spoke of it as
l1-. sja.j in '-i of' our rising Navy; whose lrilliati
acht i 'ements had reflected so much glory on.
the country.
(C3ongitelated the Presidenit on being placed
at the eid .of the 'governrinleit at a time when
.ur conuitry, was at peace with -ill nations, when
a.pacifi.: i...1 i i-. .. iI. 1 1. 1 rope, and a
liberat! 1" ,i-n.r ~ ti : 1 i.....I States- when
we enjoy a revenii'c- which would perinit the
governIment to. apply a part to the reduction of
our national debt, and to the internal imnprovc-
:ments of which our country is sasceptible---01b
served, that .le Patriot aMid.the Christian- iust
ardently des:;'e that the present stafe of affairs
may belong,.and, if it were possible, of perpe-
tual dulationi ; .buit remarked, that.such' is' the
uncem I'. a .Ii' iinl,,,,,, l, 1 that it. wasp 0o-
per f-.n .,. -, i.tiin...n 'n Iin. ,.f peace to be in
some dleg.ree preip arled for War, as thie best sc:-
e rity fhor. le contitiiance of peace, and the on-
"y security anii':st the movorwhehninig evils
which'a wtar, unexpected and unprepared -for,
never faIl ,to prodce-CunciluidcC by offering
'up to ih: 8tipremnc.disposer opf .c.ents fervent'
priaye':s ibr tie life and health of the President
-- naisthe might be 'e,, ,l .1 .:. ,,I ..' ,: ,,-
ies of ni.s.e halted buw ..-'iiil.- .i i ,,, i:,,
success, ani in such manner as :.o draw ilpon
himselff the benedictions of a grati.'ii, anid uni-
ted, a prosperous and a h'appyI ation.i ; ol.
'To which the President--extempora
neou-ily replied.-I-that. the respectful in-
vitation to visit;this town"had been high-
l.y gratifying to him ; and the reception'
that he had met bad excited emotions
which he could/not express :-That with.
regard to the great interests which had
been'noticed in the address, it was the
disposition ot the American government.
and of the Americ*n people duly to foster

tion, they should meet every encourage-
ment which was. consistent with a due
regard to the other great interests of the
Country. .
The Town Hiall(a 16ng room over the
Market) was.first made use of toQpay-t.he
.,,n...,s, ,f the town to the'Presidint- oftlie
United States, It is-.not-n our. power to
describe. the handsome sly.le in 4hich it.
was fitted 6up ; it excited t':lie admiration
of the 'President, auiid. drc.'- from. him a
compliment to. the Ladies, whose taste,
and skill spread over it such a neat and'
graceful dress of ornainent, in .festoonis'of
oak, connected with bands -of gold, and
disposed in the mniost elegant .and approo-
propriate' manner.. At the north end of
the hall was the seat of the President (a
chair from Mount Vernon, ivithtlhe inarne
of WASH NGTOX inscribed upoq it) ;%pon
an elevation of about f- fr feet ab 've tihe
,floor, ascended by a flight of stairs, be.
ing a circular projection in front of a co-
lonade, over which was an'rch l supported
by pillars, and surmounted whit thi. armnL
of the U. States. Around t lie -,on,'i wcic
p;ortr.,it. ...f eminent worthies, of old aind
iir-:rit limes, and rep'resentations of va-
rious scenes in which .the -glory of .the
nation'is involved. When .lighted in' the
evening by a thousand lamps, and glitter.
ing with female beauty, it displayed an
:enchanting scene. [&Saem Gazette.

From the. Essex C(SIldem') Register-.
SIn.theinteirview with the citizens of.
Salei, the President engaged all hearts.
The most brilliant circles were formed a.-
rouii-niiim, and the rising generation. re-
ceived- every token of his friendship with
sure records on their hearts of that af-
fection he dit played before them., The-
President, in the constant attention he
paid to the importunate wishes of the ci-
tizens, discovered no symptom of fatigue,
and gave no notice of the homis which
were to limit our pleasures. The same
cheerfulness, freedom, and presence of
mind, appeared through all the services
,which.each day required of him, and w
were more reluctant at the parting with
him at the last hour, than we could have
been. at .iny period which preceded.,
When wve see ths entire face of society
chan-ed, all hearts united in a lasting
friendship, and satisfaction every where
proclaimed, we are astonished at an e-
vent, which our best hopes for human


't~s O~Flog.


TON, Esq; was duly elected a member of theta
Board of Common Council, to supply ihe vacan-
cy occasioned by the resignation of Thomas
Dunn, Esq. '" '
BENJ. G. 01111, Mayor.'

V4a iblc L nd nnd Mill.
F or ale-in l| ni lI t ouiiy, Vir-.
fTHPBtsubscriber i. h1;i, i. -lo ..,_ !.j..'i jc.d'-, i,
10orith fork .,fJ ie, ',, '' which he ,Jl .Ji
into two or more farn's to ai, t u .
it will conveniently admit .i, i k'i.. are i0o
settlements on the same. About 400 acres of
this land is -clear- dl, And 80 of it, bottom, all
well adaptedto the culture of stnal and winter
grain, grass, corn and tobacco, and capable of
great improveirent from'.. -te use of clover- and
plaister, which has' been partially used, and
fiL,,,,d! i.., I_,,: d jru~ itr 1..i n,: Fit i'T liu i,. i rill,
,* ie i I ll I~ l'1-_t. ll,.,lllil. ll', > r[.. .:.i thel t
S..' :*. i,, ci .i i*, -t, i ..t. .rl: .. t ir of burr
n' -h. .i ,ie :.' ,hli l,.: ',, c61 th. i.st q il ,
with r. i ,Ai ( i.i. i J a!l necessary: r ,.,-s,.
nery ofthe most tipproved models, of nw'" cast
;: jn ,i c f I..i iind, and now in good order
f. ,, ,',r i.,ui -there is a wl.eit i;i,'.,,,i.
r n .:., d. I water. .Also, clii
Ih .... ... .i n ,pli.. All tli; p i ,ii-e-
'..' .i n I'u i.. lie 'i l -_i nl.i- i .
1 .1-'. 7~ij'B I Wl, l.'. :l lllj, 1il II:i f e t ) c -j ir;.
Cess i r,.'iu-ii]| l. 'iii tti tln-k y;. Also,.a
store : i .-,-, "l ,-:. -. ', o.n hui,.3:-, hu; ps, &c.
On .I[ i il, i Il ie i" i`s, it a framied
hou,,, -', ,.,J <,-it \'.'li 4 llh.,i s, a stone

h-]i, D, ., i pl- --'i. ri i II I g ii t ill ii. l rr,.-,
i a i. i,,,.,., Also i a iW iy di ] -If i .- h .
with cast iron 'bevel gear;. to which is attached
a dwelling" house ind i'1 0i. c ;:i -.. a
'This establilish ent i. i' he li,.,d ii ], ...',r..
ft n -.,-* '. .,. ..n -1 ;I. ..Ar,I... .i h l' .I .
lias been and ciln -i ,.. ,ti> li 11 l. Iin 11.1 ,I .1
small expense It .* :. : i ..J. i... llt I l, I...
stiirronndeil. by an extensive .wheit. cCountry,
.t;.. ;- i hi ci I..t ... .. I h I,.,e of clovyir

.'t'rmsof sale one tlird on p-i ,. ,,ioi ..ei,
given, and'.two eqial.'aiiiiual -., int- i or ih "ie
b'al]aide. A liberal disco,,o. li n.-ile i for
prompt paymleit, ot' this .,-r,'.in. ,, I'e cx-
changed fo,r western lands.-; I. ill btr, h: tc r. by
the owner, near the premises.
july 18- .

S3ladens,@urg Property.
ON Monday, the llth August 'next, (if not
w previously sold at private:sale) that valina-
lie property in.the towil' of lladensburg, ilow
occupied by-, Mr. Wm.Baldwin, will. be offered
at public auction, at 12 o'clock,-if .i, i. I', .
the nextfa4- day at. the same hlour. '1 i,. pur-
chaser will be allowed a credit oftfour years, on
his or her giving borid with approved security..
to bear inteCrestLfi'Oi the day of sale-one 4r-1
thereof at the. end of each year; .and on tlhe
'paymenit of the whole a s:atifactory titlc will be
made. Alypersdihinllined to purchase maybe
inforlied of.further particulars, by iiu.i',I. of'
Rtichard T.': I. o\'ndes, who is authorized to sell
the same at private contract..
July 18-
C.UM.11NGS &S UILLIARD, .Bston, .
I4 VE IN iTHE Pil-.S Ai) VILL hPiWF.iYli'i rlunillbH
American Aled ical:Botany,
S Being a .collection of the
.",. e .V-,.. ....... Plants tf ;he United States,
Wil/ colored ergravings.. .
.umford Prqessir, and Lecturer:on Materita
..' Medici' ard Botany in Harvard University..
r ;IlS work hfa been fhr some time in pre-
a,..; rltion, and aparofthe engravings were
S'...,,.,..'d n.. e than year since. Its intent",
a-l pubhicaiion was apnounce-l in the NewEng-.
land 'Me ical Journal for Oclober, 1816. It i-
1idert1kni.,.with a desire to promote the
anowledgt t g .i ose.indigjnous plants, which
possess n;edio:nael \in i.e,, ,d ,li.ch are
o;- mn.y: be applied lJ us iiSt p-Irpuse,: The
sbj! :0p-:: ar fied',- o'i resarch, which, if
care'liy :.uiu., nmu-i llhd results impor-
t a n t t o eh p n t e tl i a t n r o fesi s or a n d l hiu a fld -t.-
a.tr,; a 'e present work is '.offered
rather as the cotomencement of such an inies-
tig-6tion, than as l.e; .exposition of a, complete
state of knowledge on the subject' Its princi-
-pal 6bjectwill be to distinguish what is known
or satisiactorily established on the 'subjects it
dr mMprises, tt.; what is uncertain, and d0pen-
deii. on vague -eport or sufficient evidence.
To the cultivators of botany, this work is pre-
isented as a service ble auxiliary, and, as a sp'e
cimen of the arts, it willprobably be found su
prior to any thing of; the kind which has been
executed in the cotntry..... '
The w.ork.will hi published in half volumes
on. fine. paper o.tbe royal octavo size. -
; Eachli halfolume will contain 1U colored 'en-
rviig. from original drawinigs, copied from'
nature, ars.i c i.:td in a miner not inferior"
to those in Wtv.ile's Medical Boitany, or
Cartis' Botaraical .Magazine ;.together with
dii:,-ctcrn, f .r tIL use of botanical student.
ti t h ,1ll' vlt.i- V,':5 l C1ojn rir.e about 100
>.igc.:ul sr; pi L.>;, c'.:imnn hie b6taificill
:L..!acier a,.d iI.r) of each plant, its places
of growth and- period of flowering, its prepare.
tions and :ses in medicine, diet, and the arts,
as fir a- il, are known to the author from his
own experience, or the testimony of those on
W'hom he can depend;;
i Thle price to subscribers of each halfvolume
r, b,-....lIs, u il ).: 82 50.' The workwill'pro-
oi.l) corni ot ,)1 voikmnea, which number only
.t.,b '. 11be.obihgated to receive.
Boston, jJufe 17, 1817. .... '. ... ..
SSu.bsciptions received by Tames Eastbui'n&S
Co. New-I\..ik, Thomas UDbbson,.'Philadeiphia,
.and C:.-ole &. MswIli, BaltinoVe;.
july 18- '

Treasury Drafts Lost.:
IN November and 'February last,, two Drafts
drawni by Thomas T. Tucker, Esq. Trea"
surer United States on John Wikslow, Esq.
Cashier Cape e ear Branch,' F.aei UcIle, and
endorsed to ittbert >-.t'j.d, Esq. one in favor
ofRichard G0ist, Esq. principal assessor, No
5.,'9 t.ir ;:.94 12 cents, .ini the o.hor in fa-
.r Jtrils r Blwn, No. bO'3, ,'or 3h0 24.
',ens, were forwarded by the subscriber by
mail from this plabe to R. Raiford, Esq. Fay-
eteville, and must have been purloined, as they
have not 'incebe'en heard from. The public
ie cautionedg ainst receiving either of ..these
drafts, as payment of them has been stopped at
the bank where they were payable.
S.... .- .' OJHN.M ROBERTS,
Cashier Newbern Branch.
Newbern, Jllyj2-3w

5 Dol .; ReweiE d.n'Mare Strayed.
W ENTN astray on:Saturday.evening last, a
S light roan "MARE, about 14 hands high,
small white .star in her forehead, remarkably
reddish colored eyes, the upper partof the tail
considerably rubbed by the harness-1hsd a
woode clogi on her left fare foot whenshewent
away. Whoever may have taken up said mare
and will bring hier to the.subscriber, on-thehil)
south west of the navy yard market, shall re-
ceive the above reward. -

eor rei-oeans,6d. Fort &. "[phen s,
.' *'*on the Mobile.
f -, The'.sch. LEVANT is
: "'tt'V ,.,ti toadin,'in Georgetown, and
c'an take 200 barrels on freight'
Bi.e has good accomenmoduions,
and frorn two to four passengers would find
comfortablee lodging on board her. ..
Apply to A. d1oughton, the master on board,
or to Th6mas T. Gantt, Esq. Cashier. of :1,
Central Bank of Georgetown and WaAh igtui,.

"anting to Hire
SGOOD\WAI'EIt-o ne who. has .been ac-'
a i 6to1n,.i it w lting ip a tavern ;wouid be
cl.'..r:.3 1 .. bringing good recomenda.-
,ii,,. .ill n, ,t with employment by applying
immediately at the bar of Mr. John Davis's Ta-
julyl8-f ,,. : .

Vi l.dlin on on iloneni Loilpr
T.7t41) CL4SS,
ITIL, positively commence drawing in the
v city of Baltimore, on Monday,28th day of
Ju,luy,(this month,) mnd :will be completed in 35'
days drawvig.
". ". a br.,int o Scheme .ontainhs
3 prike of 29,00. Dollars each.
4. ptiIes 6f 1 0. 000 Dollars each.
5" prizes of "-5,000 Dollars each.
20 prizes of 1,000 Doillra cach .
I'ogethe with: a -nmrge propo-gti6n oi .500':
.)0's, &c. ani less thauiitwo. il,,k. to a prize
I he first drawn limber Awill be entitled to a'
prize of : I'
The first drawn five thousand blacks will each
-+o .isac.s m yiuiu p..- ==-joc.an-. a
Thereiore early jn-bser will i,, %t a hitanh .
a i" u i.. ,g' n. n I ihe i' If. ,m i,; capital
-r: :c. i ut .OU :) ri5l. otr utthi in,-,:
: Tickets at tle or,,;nal ;rc ...t I:.
S Halves 5
r Quarters 250
For sale at... ...
G, & R. V.tTE'S -
olA establi.li1i .,&l truly. i.,,Ai.ic Loitetry. and
Exci.ange i liii:-,, tore, ol St. Pa'.I's lane
,' r,,t ]M .i- ', sa ;'. iJ,.l ,,uL,-.i .
..Where as sold in tii- itic Lc.teir-, the fol-
Gowing capit-Pi prizes, viz "
Nu 3.-~uo dra,. r,'35000 1larah ;niiie hdF,rqar, tq r
and'" 2 f igithts
No. 20655 drawu- 10V0.0 n a whole ticket.
S8857 5000 in rou quarters.
S1128 200 in a whote.ticket
5 1000 do
S12513 I 00in ahi lfands2qrs.
And in former lotteries G. & R. W. have sold'
1 prize of) '. i,
S 1 of
3 of 000
5 of 253.0u
10 of S'..,...,
'2 f 1.;.i .

13 .. of:" 10 00
inida very large proportion of prizes of 8S0001
7's o J, i ;,5otu, 3 i'.IJo W .," .-
Wa.ite's Lottery Register and Weekly Mes..
senger, will be publisiied in -illimm,re, every
Saturday. It ii e n. ,a.. .:- I, A -1 I ol,
:he drawingof the Blanks and Prizes of.-the
"Washiegton Monum'ent ILotery, 'hi:d Classi,
(and .1 all other- important Lotteries that..av
-E '" f r J.',,. in il .i ioresythe 'r'tes o fEx
a. ge !?.It l'. .N, l.;Aullths (difl'fernt stetes
iiid the 'ates of Exchange on Foreign .iatd liu-
land Bills, '.igethir ith such articles of Fo-
reign Intelligence as may be deemed ,usefiu.
The .price to Subs'cribers will-be two dollait
year payable in advanc:--.Companies or Indi-
viduals who purchase ten Tickeis and upwards
wiLl have n iotvardedp rats-. .
'It will be ne'b essiry that sall who wish-l.
complete i, of t,h di ,'lnrO, ,i.uldfirwaard
tleir addr.--,. i,. ,h- 1,3 the I.-,.iitry commen-
ces drawing' v (28'.h day of this imionth.)
Orders,for tickets from any part of'the iihn
'in,' (post paid) addressed t G. :& R. Waite,
Baltimore, will be promptly Attended to, and
the eatliest infr'rnration forwarded of the suc-
cess of the tickets when drawn,
Baltimore, July 15-2t

SIn the above lottery for sale at
Music Stote, Pennsylvania Avenie,Washington
C i t y -. : "
.' gWherea check book will be kept for the
examifnationi of tickets, gratis.,
july 18- '

S Fifty Dollars reward.
W. EFT my. house' early Sunday' morning, a
handsome' mulatto -girlr'named ANNA,'
commonly called Anna Smith, the property ofP
my uioitihr.PA itl, permission to visit herrelatiOns
at I-, u,- .. .i., in. Prince Georges'. County,
Md:'- She is about 18 years of age, between, 4
and 5 feet'lligh, long ,dark hair turned utip be-
hind, a bald spot on the top of the' head, her
face is somewhat pimpled, and carries a frown
on her countenance.. -She carried, a variety of
clothing, and no doubt a forged certificateof
her freedom, given by a free mulatto woman 'of
Washington.' t'ro her. hnot having ret(trued,
,and front circumstances since made lnoiiw6n to
me, I am led to believe she has absconded. "
' I will give .0 if taken in th&District of Co-
lumbia, or the Above reward if taken and sectir-
edin gaol so.that I get her again.
Georgetown, Julo 18--ti

--..:, *'Donald :7:
i ASrebeiveh, ini addition to her spring as-

ribbons, chip; &c.

S Seal Engraving.
OBERT LOYETT, No; 65 'South Tlhird St.,
Plihiladelphia; respectfully :nforns thepub-
lic, that he engraves Coats of Arms, Crests, Ini-
tials,.or any device, on stone, heads, fancy t-
gores, &c. engraved in intaglio or cameo. Seals
may be enclosed in a letter or small box, anmd di-
rected as above, enclosing, the price of engrav-
ing, which is as follows, viz.
Coats ofA ms from 10 to 25
SCrest -and Initials 6
:' Initials plain (each) 1
Do if in medallion, for 2 letters 3 -
"for 3 do 4
The lastis the best style of engraving letters.
All orders will be immediately attended to, and
executed in.tihe best manner.
july 18-2aw4.w .
AT an election held at Queen's hotel, in the
.tL. 3d ward of the 'City of Wasihington, on
Monday, the 14th inst- GEORGE WTATTEII.- -

NOTICE; .' -
A NXIOUS to settle the estate of Jacob Duc-
:ketr, late .of Piscataway, the subscriber
again cals.on those ifrdebted 4her;eto to make
immediate settlement, or otherwise suits' wil.
be instituted without respect to pei sons.
j*ne X4-A2NI -' -
:." Potomac Company. C. ,
T HF stockh;,'ders or the Potomac Company,
are hereby notified that their annual meet-
ing wild beheld as the law' directs, on Munday,
the 4th day of August next, avS emres' ta'-.
ern, Georg.etwn, at 11. o'clock. : '..
By order-of the board.
j.ie 25--2awtd '
: .. .. ...N O ICE ..-. '- ,
T1Ht STOCKHQLDEI.S of the Farmmer.'Mfe.'
.i, ciasiics' and. Merchants Bar:k of. Jefferson
county, Virginia, are notified, tho.t on their an
nual meeting; on the -firt" Tues'day-in August
next, before they proceed'to chuasb Directora
for thefollowing year; a--.propBsal will be 'atb-
mitted to them to dissolve the Asdoeation.
By order of the Board ,o Directors,
4JOHN YATES Pceaidwlt.
Feb 4-Wm"' "'.' Pcb"' 18) .
o. Sa 0r.Bal-~or ]&xch ;uge- --
For inerchandlixe orprbperty in Ueorge-
.town or Iashington.
TH 7E subscriber offers two farins for sale, in
"Montgomery., county, both tying near Go-
shen; one of the farms contains 194 acres,
about 85 acres of which is in clover, 'nd have
been so.for tWo years, and has been twice plaiis-
tered; about 100 acres of this tract is in wood
it was. formerly owned by .lSse- Cromwell..
The other tract contains 150- acres, about 90 of.
which is in clover, and was formerly occupied
by a Mr. Bates. The above places are only
about half a mile a Fart. Any person can see
them by.applying to Mr 'John Ricketts, whb
lives on the premises. ..
Also, a farm of 570 acres of very rich' land,
near Eddyville, in the state of Kentucky, and
within 4 miles of navigable water, sufficient for
vessel) of 400 tons. On this land is a larg.-
distillery, with very heavy copper stillts.that
have cost upwards of F1000; a new grist mill
and dwelling house, built of stone principally.
Also, within about one mile of the above, a
tract of 200 acres of heavily timbered land,ia a
complete square.
The above described property is well wofh
the attention of, those, who,wish to.,attend to
itrmiing, &c. Being entirely out of my line of
"ife, the may be had on low terms.
Georgetown, March 17-cotf

German Redemptioner.

R AN away from the subscriber, living at Sel-
bymills, in Anne Arundel county, about 7
miles from Baltimore, on Sunday night, the 22d
Jun a German redemptioner named Godfried
Pfund-has light hair, broad forehead, blue
eves, bre-e nose, walks a little lame or rolling,
i:.. ,> or 4 inches high, 24 years old, is a
miller' by profession, and hlis the figure of a
cog wheel, with aiiimals, &c. on One of his arms
'just below the ebow,,'in red ink. IHad on when
lie went away. a-roundabout jacket of.greycloth;
"i.t, .i sna.hi "m:,;-:.i ti h,:.,'-; which he .blouglht
iti ti m,.i.i.' cr "; ;' -1 mt, "and trowsers, a pair
of old laced boots, and one-yellow stripe and 1
3 AIl.)I, 'pew .I., ,' .; .- ,,, ,r0,, .,i old ( ,ll- %-
1. -. P '.I t It:l'; U. :.h1 ,,. i t .. Ilit, i ..I, .|IB-
-i r i n: .a r e ..- *in ...ii ., aid'will prbba-
bliy seek fbr employment in a mill. He ran a-
way once .before nd r a, -:.I. h; i,nOi to John
'oI rr. I i..f, n .% i ,r'. e ns .,,'.. ia l that
i',re- I ,: mi y pri. t 'Il u 't. c. r ..-J I
,', thiii 1I) hiilcj --.l' l. th .- i %%Il': l M ,|| _,. at Ell.,
1 .'. ,. :. l > I.ll ir in IIr i -ll -J Ii 'l | ul- itl E. h- 0,- ithi
.,I '. l n all s --A,,, ,l .;.c! ;c if1 b i u t
In.-:,,: r Cr "':C rIu -h in h .1 iI n i .ul .1 tlEaA 1 A tct
him again.
:".-'; ,. ........: :.- :.JOQHN B. BAYLE,.
el; M ilh .Juni ;' 1'?..
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T.e NIwb .,e'
;F.' ..1l: s if ,'. re I f 1.iwi I'S nm. Ro'>.
''.. cre .'ai, .,.1 la t fl il.!.,-iits ..aic ., ttn...uni .
.dee'd. Ti, ;i,..r i .si.ate iri the state of
',Maryland; otunly: 0 e't.-..;n.,t,,, .nrd is gen-
erally known, by tiher' r.,,'rT rc.f i -tia. t.-
rn, al f'.in l .- .. .- .. ^ <.' 2;" *wT
-.s .he:. hl 7hl it. ',1 L.~i property is
vr-, a.u l,'-.-,i ,.iff.,t, two- ecelie.n. streams
of watet, tifficient fia .mi.isaw. mill, a ,aw
mill, and.a country -gi''t .i lthe irns-chiant
mill '20 by 40, with tv-wo 1'.-r -,h -ls,, .nl'i .,
p Mir of burri I."- rp ni in-cl i. f ii 'l.-.I ',>, e c', : -ii.
.,im.Ac ii'h cvcr>,,- hc:ri 1, ni, ri artch ,c er. .,e
'' led ,.tcii, f.'.m r lr > Ih K i(1S1,'O. ndl ai; '_ -
,Mill io tnecu r.r,) w..;i <-sj. ,,s h, e .,
miles from Baltimore, arid 2 'ro m George-
Towa -and, the-city o!. "v ..,:i- n I,,. ihr i+-
' i ,.-re of. LnJ atta: i,, Ih t ri.llI, n l '
. "lc. 1i ..ir.,ii.y.. I ,. \oods.; 30.or40 acres
iof om-:.tiny meadow, and.mose thatc!n be.made:
.1 t ii ice clea-ed I.d i 'a i rich, sbh;.c hKa
1,ien rendered so by the uc I t c- er and ple,-
ter .Theimpro-eme-n i.(-,I t I Lie G. ir n e,.-
er.t l'i.rr,.,i it 'I.lhi..., -'li t-il .n a h lnd-'
K...T.e crn..-.e a.cc, .-in i i r-;-...r. iii-t.:n niuiai-
r, c urin'l h s I.e, a,:,( i ,t. -c.:-c, ,j- .aou-
It ', ri-,rlty r,.i,' ; ;r, : a d L'-.mrir-,li,'a ba r,
-. i b, ri i..' !, h -,d thr.irg; c.ur.,g apple or-
ci,--lt. :.r ch.',e i r 'T'lie-c Ai to ia other
..- -;+ f ia--i di, i.n; fr,.:,i f;..tC i n or e mile--
.r,.2 ,. -.t c.-r, tmns *" air, ,. i(henth-,r neatlyt'y
-I' r ." Inch i.L-i ii -I'% d. Thetc- 'ir, iS will be
.i 1.1. t-t, ie i. aid .14.a ln .in.- to them,
o- separate, to-siuit. I.- .i ;, e. s.' ''ite term's- o
, ,'_ t Ill-l. easy. I,,I priltert' ,' will be sold
Tie 24th day'f Ju';., i ii-r, it not, t ihe next
fair d y : .
T. 'tS. DAVIS,
S -* .,!h :.id 1. i.,in.. ,
S ... -, "", '. """ T.'Xt' di s of -,.'1 d ,., ,'te,
,ane 19-WSwv '

Wa~ter. Lots
- In the City of Washingtotfor Sale;
UKi.SUANT to the ast' wit- and tc.nim ieat
if Wi.. ,- -" .,:' -Esq. late-of ,S-:een
Ajne. county, Md deceased, will be wcirb,-i
lbr sale .at pubeie aqtion,' on the 20-.h day jf
August r.ex if. not .previously slrl at private
S.1I Lot ,o. 10 Square 657, L-- No. 1O-Square
6.7. and Lot No- 28 in Square :. : rt .-;', ly.
iag on.theEastern ranch, in, til, .\ asb-
ing(ton. These idciiied-o .,ur- t .e .S..e lots
.ardTl;rred toThnomas if untoe;/who at the in-
stapce.of th.e proprieters hais agreed to act tfir
them in plfaring the same- for sale. The.ttrin',
of sale will be advan:tageoils for cacsh, or on'ae
ahort credit. Sa.le to comraence at 12 o' bok
at P. Mauro's auction stire.
Executors ol the d eased..
july10--wt .

July 18--3t : ,

The Federal IRepublican and Baltimore
Teeug -rupli will insert the above twioe a week
tll sale, and forward their accounts.to Thos. C.
E..rle, near Centreville, M., -