Manufacturers' & farmers' journal, Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
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Title: Manufacturers' & farmers' journal, Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Portion of title: Manufacturers' and farmers' journal, Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Manufacturers' and farmers' journal, and Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Manufacturers & farmers journal, and Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Alternate Title: Providence journal
Physical Description: v. : ; 49-55 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Miller & Hutchens
Place of Publication: Providence R.I
Creation Date: October 13, 1836
Publication Date: 1820-1848
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Providence (R.I.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Providence County (R.I.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Rhode Island -- Providence -- Providence
Coordinates: 41.823611 x -71.422222 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from Readex Microprint Corp. as part of the Early American newspapers series.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1820)-v. 27, no. 34 (Apr. 27, 1848).
General Note: Publisher: John Miller, <Jan. 12, 1829>-
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02263835
lccn - sn 83021613
System ID: UF00073659:00008
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rP BI I."IICD oD J t,,,e: asnd near by, s elie H.h- ra is .1a' Ihe ri. il'-ikes
GEORGE W.. JACKSON, iu,'.n ii in a -lear day, it can he seen, we are to'd,
Wlhipple's Building,-College street, Providence, R. ,-it di, iltance ol't;welv6 orfifteen miles. The Mayor's
To whom all coimunlicationf must be addressed, t.r. *.od Office, Recorder's Office, Aldermen's room, Council
DAILY paper, 8- 5 e, ,,U I chamber, &c. &c. are contained in it.
SE MI-WEEKI y;-[UMonday and Thursday) 54
WEEKLY, [Friday] $2 5 The Council Chamber has, suspended around it,
KNOWLES & BIIURTROUGIS, -Prrts.' :half length portraits of the several Governors; and
Mr Mott pointed out to us their likenesses in the fol-
PROVIDE N C E. lowing-order, viz: 1st, Gov. George Clinton ; 2nd,
Morgan Lewis, (dressed en mrnilitaire;) 3rd, John Jay;
EDITOR'S CORRESPONDENCE-No" IX. 4th Josep Yates; 5th, Dewitt Clinton, Gtlh, Daniel
Aa t a D, Spt 1836 Tonmplins; 7th, Martin Van u ,r, n. (who, by the
,Havingc.:.UFH s., mu) ,{:c + andltrc 'n," -I way, isat this time in-the city;) 8th,EnosT,Throop;
I-jaing ooep~e o heCatskill Motn-
tailing the thiskrdleO f'a: arpto t n- e9th, William L. Marcy. Over the entrance door is
tains, we ;Sh31 be compelled to, pass silence the a bust-of Sg-phien Rensselaer; .nrwil .s'.r' tlhe pirr-sidinig
other place. in ihe ;cinity uf lliich 'e sailed, not officer's chair a framed canvass p.iiaiUig oft Iheis.ly
even except ngfthat shen' risileih-Grat Ma- ca tof arms; tlie prominent figure oni which, is .
giciari." I beaver bursl- at vorki in felling a tree ti, c,,.i.tri,:! a
We of course took a very rapid and hasty view o dam, &o, &c.; the shield is supported onwthe one side
this ancient city;' although' lhad other arrangements by an Indianin full costume, with his bow and ar-
aloi.wed, emrre datys could have been agateably -pi.nl rws, calumet, &c., and on the other, by an Ainri-
here. This is the oldest floltrishing swVl&mznt in the can, dressed in thegar-b of an husbandmpa., and-sur-
li, tied States; and the very oldest town save James- rouded by the usual evidences of civilized life.'
town, Va,, now in ruins. It was settled by the As reg.-ards portraits, we most earnestly wish.that
Dutch about 1612, and was at first called "Auramnia," our State and City Governments would takle pattern
Then "Bevnoyck," and afterwards .,Williamstadt;", from the example here sct,and secure so far aspossible
it received its present name in honor of James, Duke the representations of our principal public men. It'
of York and Albany, from Col. Carteret,the corn- is already too late to procure a perecr t series ; yet
wander of the English force which took it from 'the, much can still be done, that. few brief fleeting years
Dutlchin 1664. Its Indian name was Scho-negh-tt- will render impossible. We owe this to the charac-
da?, or gcegh-nack-taC-dah signifying the end of the ter of th men; we-owe it to posterity. How liber-_
pinte woods, or beyond the pine. plair, a name still i _,houj we:now be willing to pay, for a correct
retained by a town 10 miles north west, with a slight portrait of the great advocate for freedom of .con-

variation in the orthography.
Its growth, previous to the construction of the
great Erie' Canal, was not remarkably .rapid; l.uIt
from that period, to the present, its strides have ,.- c n
great,: and it now numbers 30,000 inhabitants. ,.
It contains between twenty and thirty churches,
some of them quite eastly and elegant; we would:in-
stahce the Baptist Church, on North Pearl street;
St. Paul's Church, conner ofSoutlh Ferry and Dallias
streets, a Gothic structure, and' tile South 'Dutch
Church, between Hudson and Beaver streets. -' The
origtia al pulpit b:l.-n. L_ to tlic'rst i, i:.. rr-....l. d
by this last society, was 'sent over from Holland,.
nearly two centuries ago,/and still serves the goodly
purpose for which it was destined at thle outset.
One-of the -churches.is sumounted by a cross aw
second h'as an arrow, a third a fish, a fourth a blaz.
ing star, for a vane.
The Fernmale .Acadceny in North Pearl street is, a
beautiful building; it is about 05 feet by 77 feet. in-
cluding the portico, and is fifty-fi.ve feet high. "Jt;
is orraiimented with a beautiful Uczastylcl..:irtl.'.:. ,1'
the Ionic order, v hich Ih..i sl-sublli;.)ft. '...,
taste in arrangement, is not surpassed by any in the
Union. The pr.:.:ii.".i- ,'- the columns, capitals,:
bases, and entablature, are taken from the "':niili.:
on the Illissus, tihe-most beautiful example of-the
Ionic among the remains of antiquity.. A flight Cof
six marble steps supports the colonnade; arid this
elevation, ,h,: rF' -. length of the columns (which
are forty feeS, ti, e Ut id and I.ll' c, l.intlaius:-, -'.
well adaptedd ti lth- .-,rdei-Kr cive 'h, mal. St1 :36sd I'sc t
to the front, 1% hi1,h; li r s oil.) I,- apr[ 'r:.:;' :.-d b a criltL-
cal examination. The angles are finished with
ante, and the ceiling of tLh- pronaos or vestibule
formed into a -'1iti pannl,sur.:..ind,:d i-, ;th anp-
propriate- entabhtoarie: Thee finish of the -rooms,
(the rx.vhibition room. excepted.) is plain and "of
Grecian detail; arid while all superfluous ornament
has been studiously avoided, strength, boldness, and
propriety have been kept steadily in view."
Dr. Barber, to l whose interesting lectures on Elo-
cutsler tFar. n V "'ih.i.- good citizens'of Providence have
listefied iii delight, had for, a short time, past been
connected with this institution, but left just previous
to our arrival. .
The Academy for boys stands on .Ip, iSil asr, i].:.0 hih
of the Capitol; it is-built of fr'eestone, aid is one of
the most costly and ch;sa.' l.usldiit-s in Sle city. It
is under the chargee of Dr.'Beck, who has acquired
for himself, by his admirable work on Medical. Juris-
prudence, a well earned and widely extended fame,
both is It.lin.:n and in Eu..-.tic The institution is in
li5gh itajlCe, and of course is ,i a fli.irisdiine con-
Thei. caL;ii,.t and 011collections of the Albany Institute,
are deposited in tbl' chambers of this-buildinrg. We.
gained access to- them through the kindness and po-
lite attentions of Mr. Benjamin Miott, an elderly gen-
tleman, with whom we by accident met, and who.
,ali.:,iili we were perfect strangers, acted-as our
guide and interpreter here and at several other of the
public buildings, as promptflyi and cheerfsslly as
though we were ',-rv particular fribeds or "old ac-
quaintances. All the return we have it in .our powa
er to offer for the favors received at his- hands.
is this publi,' acknowledgment o o.ur.- ihdebted-
We saw-upon Dr. Beck's tA., -, i. :tp ..'ti.. r illin-.:
just received, a stone, which, when broken, "was
found'to contain a'toad; we do not mean an organic
remain br-petrifactin, "as it is called, but a veritable
flesh and skin, and bone toad; the. self same beau
Ideal of beauty that w& c.fi: -ce gr-c.i' soi.Clii h, fh ,`n1-
about, in our walks. WM'- lsine res.,aledl rreadJ iI
living frogs and toadsbeing found af i,:i' distances
below the surface of the eavth, -in compact-rocc; but
this is thenearest o L sr d i.:. ,rat..r ii: ever had
of the actual. zei-l'ren' of u.lI e s'inrigil.arlt' r,.isred
habitations; residences-,.hlioweveir, that-the ever busy,
enterprising, and penetrating spirit of inaun does not
fail to bring tip lt':, ill:. l% i t 1. r day.
The, t7 iir;i,.,l a,.d 5 dIi? h..'::.J ,.'', .' i."- ...trcc.t, which
is of as steep an ascent as some of the streets/in Provi-
dl.: cr '.: ,r thi.. east side of the river; it is a broad sti ret,.
and has mL ny sutOl ..tF sFi al bud lir,. s .,I.kI l..:hr d,.e of
--. it. "From its position, being elevated one hundred
a. nd thirty .feet above the Hudson, it occupies a e'-r.
commanding site. I't is built ofstone, cost$120,o000,
is one hundred and fifteen feet long, rFJ ti,f's.'ct tbro:ad.
and fifty feet in height; it is of two stories with a
basement, and has its eastern front ornamented with
a portico of the Ionic c lcr. supported b5 fs.,ur mag-
nificent columns, three' feet eight inches in diameter,
and thirty-three feet long: In tisi lsUilding lhe. Leg-
islature holds its sessions, hi Suprere and Chancery
Courts its sittings ;. it also contains the State Libra-'
ry. The walls of the rooms areadorned with por-
.'; traits of Washington and the G.)rerno.r, r.of th- Slat.,
a bust of Franklin, &c., T..il cupola is suriziiunied
by a/full length figure ofi Justice, with the usual in-
signia, a sword, and nicely baiancd.sciilhe,.
Near the Capitol square, on t'he cai t side or'f W'ash-
ington street, snd rrsilthig west l..Acrds the Carpitol
and Academy, is the City Hall. bu;it of Sirn. Sine
marble, and erected in 1832.' The do.mn. is cove-rd
with copper, which was gilded by private subscrip.
tion, and makes a brihsunt appearance, both a\ a di-.

science, -who first planted the standard of religious
liberty in the State, and unfurled its banner on the
S-.'uni,d. whch fiomln him received its present name,
iLI totLken of grateful remembrance of the care that a
divine and-overruling Providenice vouchsafed to ex-
tendaios ard, iiis Tie same earnest d k.;,:." iths i,''
have to view the form and lineaments of one to whom
w'e are s; deeply ,El. .tisd. ...- I"./ s3,'si.i si l'n man-
ifest respecting some of those who already have
figured,;or yet imay -figure in our day; and'aasec
would that others should have done for us. so let ss do
I.'rhi II s 1.:- s h,-:, ,. F-,: ii,.c. d us. New Yolrk Massaclhu-
setts, Pennsylvania, have all d .ne o.)i,'tliiieu. i,, this
p,.is.: ..-':rthl, way; let- us go and do likewise; for
should we inow' be weighed i, illiu. s.'ei,. Ills I,. 'ise r,:.
til.:,.l1 mipli.r;,, nust be pronounced against us.
Facing you, as. you ascend into .ii.- -e.'.:.n.i '-.Fry of
the ("Lt5' Hall 1 astittueof General Hattmilton, which
stands on a pedestal :,'.-'i l),is the centre of tlhe
entry; it is of plaster, and was the-model of the-
marble one, which, by the munificence 6f the citizen's
6r New York -city, wvas erected in the E.eh'.inge,
and was unfortunately destroyed at thle time of tfie
great conflagration. "
To'the rimiitl .f tile statue, affixed to the wall, is ai
emblematic inonumeent, onr which is the followingin-
',.ripti,..n .
"+ Public
-- .'_ ln, IC .-l' .tr. + .
To his Memory -
By the ,il,.:Xn ,:,t" Albany:..
.In the rear there is a n ,: s I, irct-i extended wivigs;
perched on a Roman faces. In tlhe centre of the
front ground on a pedestal or platform, (for we are.
.not conversant i i i :11,t !,,i 1,i1'tlir : i ttatod.: I'l,1il c l n_-th
figure raising a shroud from a female to its-left, wear-
ing on her head a laurel crown. Below is a boy re-
presenting Art, and another bearing on his shoulder
a sheaf of wheat;. and to their lefto. Agriculture is re-
presented by a man having asiekle'ialiis hand, bend-
in ir i' 1i.. lon one knee, watching the movementsof
Art; whilst ii the field '.:.l.idonJ Fl iy be seen shock
of whiext: To the ;iii .if the centre is ,Comnierce
seated amidstbales of goods, with lher right hand
I'r.,ir- on- an an anchor, a sluhip under full sail in the
l.-ek *Ir...ui,,!. an.] below, to her left, occupying con-
spicuous place in-the I'--:rij g'.jL,,ilh is a bust of him-
in remembrance of ,s hi lrnilns work was executed.
On a raised border, beneath, is. appropriately repre-
sented, a Canal lock with a boat inclosed, and the
horses is waiting ahead.
On the opposite wall is a montuinment inscribed
The citizens of Albany
S T., i. it ,.i-F..l or
" '" . : l' :i l l -. .

To your right is a tomb having a medallion of
Scott suspended on one of its, sides, and a torch-i re-
versed on another. In the Centre of the front ground
is a female seated commencing the inscription, To
- ; under the medallion, to the right, another one
on bended knees holding a book on which is written
Marnion ; whilst below lies a, scroll bearing the
,words, Minstrel-Waverly. On thie left stands an
angel holding a lighted flambeau in tle right hand,
and pointing to the skies with the left. To thc ex-
trecme lI.ILti Sp'..i the Scotch thistle, and in the dis-
tance rl'tiilit l.
Both of these, monuments are formed of plaster.
The rotunda is lighted in part from the dome; the
open space in the second and third stories bcing in-
clossd by a circular iron railhing.
A part ot thle lower story is occupied as the Record
Olffiso; and we there saw some of the earliest deeds
by which .the Indians transferred their lands to the
iS-rthi Mi nhie ,.3, ihi,, settled the place; they were
t, 'i.i ils, interesting to us, being a written in pure
Dutch, and recorded in thle fair and legible ii:iaLilr
which usually characterises the early writings of the
first settlers. '
Fromn the top of this building, there is a i,.-.i atl ifulI
view of'the surrounding country; particularly to the
north and east. -
North of the City Hall, a State I .-ill c.r ?,iI. 1,,.
as it is called, is now in thcl cou,4c -.'S rIlii ; it
covers an area of one hundred ai.l ih.I-,-., i.lt IL'..-t
by eighlh -seihit iC. t, and 1illbe f.,ji ;'tnr. i, 1,6) i1 I)
iii lhi;-iali,. the ns.tli.ls.- of l S i. ulsl.lh rg-i re brickanid
stone; tie exterior s. .tiliui3d I llsd h lsitilt marble
frouin Mount Pleasant. Thi.:- c:pl;nis ilo I..' arched
with brick,, and hee whoel;s I. l be erenid.- r.d hire'- proof;
the coiti.ii o:.f the roof being copper. Tie west
front, faei.cg Academy Square, is-to be adorned with
a portico, supported by six Grecian Ionic columns.
it is. intended to supply the place of the old StateI
House in State street, a building not calculated to
attractthe notice of a stranger, either by it4l eh.mjan,
or neatness. The mnew building will furnish ample
ace,)iiini',dations toir th,: S.:.:r.F ry ofState,'Chancel-
h-.r, Rc,:sil.r, Aijjant (';. n,:al, Surveyor General,
Aitt-.wrr,- General, Comptroller, and other State
c.1i'in'i :r -
Thiislcinr h vi'is. alr;id vi-s c .iln I :s,"ri utiiduedsize,
nwu- nnst de',r unlriour hnexl, lihe r-rnaninio remarks
we have I.'. malti, resptcting Albany.
M" Ytourst -. :
Duriiis. rs tln.r i 's, l.l .0n h,_ 11 l, inst. tce Light vessel near
Iiisrii,.-' RsL.', in L,,a I-LLish i.jund, pasted her cable, and
sirsiih iissi, Nt\w' Lefill r i5l0ij. She wvl be returned to her
rlulli.s.n, ri] ih l. i rhlk list p ti~l lil .

_.1AlTl'lU.S.4 Itr.VENUE,
Frohi the statemnent of theSecretary of the Treas-
ury, publishlied yesterday, it appears that the Surplus
Revehne amounts to nearly FOrTY TsEVE s ,Lt.iLL,.A-S
oa )oU.lABt. It will be recollected that at tis' hlst
.C noli of Cungiv.- i. Mr. Van Burenu pposeJ lthle bill
providing for the distribution oflhe' ."urpl.l R1s"e-
nue wiiitit._ the States. His hostility to its prevys-
ions has in no wise abated, and we find that one of
tlhe primary qualifications among his followers i;,o'p
position to that bill, and a pretended bejief of its dan-
gerous tendency. "Accordingly, efforts are to be
inadol'.' in two distinct bodies to defeat its purposes:,
,on the part of Congress to repc il it, .id ,on imei par!
of the State Legislatures to rI I U .e L, rF s.ci6%e ei p.or-
tion to which the State may be entitled. Both'of
tlie.s'i propositions are talked over among.his friends.
and if possible, will be adopted.
The real motive which operates upon Mr. Van 1-.
ren cannot be. mistaken. It is an object for lisnl I,
keep up the present arrangement with the Dsl,-'l
Bons,. Is.' -aJ I, /. qcan b,_ employed to pro.iu.te ill-
election.I It is a very comfortable a,, in ;0,T, nlr Iur
tlhe Banks because they have an accession of capital'
without paying a cent of interest money, andJ ft-
grateful would they be, if they refused aid I, liluii
who contrived this plan so much for their -benefit.-
But aside fi'om this. be it remembered that of all lIhe
questions tearing directly or indirectly upon tiL'
Presidency, none has preference over this questions
of the Surplus Revenue. Mr. Van Buren i: aui.-
edly in favor of an overgrown Treasury, -,.tIll-seJ.

among a host of little Banks in all Ii, i Sf t ihe UTi

ion. He would have them pay tribute.: to h;i, nrid
-thus would he corrupt the nation witl, itL i. -in irces-"
ure. -It is a serious matter for reflecting m-n to de-
Scide whether or not, tllis is wise and practi.:ali:. [!s
results are readily perceived. Place MILLIOoNs at theP
control of one man and 'the days of our political free-
loin are numbered, He is not only President for a
'erm of-years, buit for life. That money Wiihl i.:,]-
Snand votes-it will compel office-holders and their
.rfihds to work at the elections, and with the im-
n aense patronage of the Government and these rmil-
'ions, who,, can hope for security? II.:- v-i,. i.rirw.
liy tlihig of the elements of party, ri:ot kn.-.w thit
- ,:i111.:- li,. change's arenecessary for th1AC pr..ti:tei'n
mind due administration of the laws;.. A.party in pow'-
,r for a long term of years, becomes arrogant,
vindictive, oppressive, .aw.l extravagant. Thle real
Wants of the c-:uILiry .r, postponed, anid their
,own well-being uil t h,- lirit consulted. No noas-
Sore is adopted except for -party popularity., Private
reputation.,'and services, are calumniated the laws
ire trampled upon, vice and profligacy take the place
if virtue and patriotism. Now it i- ,%-'ll ksniowa to
SMr. Van Buren that nothing could be employed more
effectually to further his advancement tlqnt the con-
rol of the public money. He will keep it where ma--
I ny believe it ought not to be. uHe would use it for
p purposes, which in thIe end might work the ruin of
!ie country. '
As this surplus revenue is so enormous, and as Mr
Van *Buret's hostility to the bill, providing for its
ditrib.tfi.,ii ..--i s n,.rious, wve repeat that it his be-
come. the all-important, question bearing -i, il.-IF
Presidency. It would, be a act of ,political suicide
to trust the administration of public affairs to him.
Place him in the office of President, and who will be
responsible for the results ? With tlhe sentiments he
entertains and the purposes which are known to ac-
tuate him, this country would groan under his demo-
ralising system. Not four years, nor eight, must we
submit, but just so long as be. pleased.
A remedy can be applied to tlhe political evils now
Pressing upon us,and those which are in reserve may
I be avoided. Tite course is plain and straight foa-
i ward. Change our rulers. Displace the corrupt, and
Extravagant, and i, iisivi 1,i,. and call out the honest,
and capable, and patriotic. It is time that those days
of political ,s,.._,ad,_r'., were ended. It is time that
W'-s2 ,:si .-l i jir sF.3h. .J, and that bold and ii [1i:i;l.n
spirits directed puLhl all'.i'- Ihi a iaord, We Ilsii I ,
see the princi l..: ,:.I" \V h'li ,...i, Madison,, and

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B. GeonGE 0. WALIS. -'A -S .
"Of the ca'frel of General Harrison i- need not speak: the hIis-
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\ nI ll| i nI.. I..-i. '-A- l.. IsWI .ISI'S
il" I s., i 5l'5ll i 'i i iills' i.anil + "
W\'ho In itil' i. -i.,''. iii1- lire ,. +,.11i "
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There, say s a traveliti, .iid I ii iii,
Beineatl Ilis roof, a k. Il,: 1w I'.'. ,
There myv receptions brought to mind, i
g .. 1 .i. ] ]idl ). -.
H Ie's univerashly respected.-
Y s' tis 1 us,.n. .1. ri .II .I .'.ll '
Itsi w ar II. i.....I isir ... iiiif ': :JiiI. i.
Our Calto ill il. I.. 1... i
Our leader in the. harvest-field.
And.... II.-- phl Cl' jll.1SI ii,-.-s ,
SQld C .. l, II.. .. I ll ti ih I*
TsE Got.n.-it is stated in the Boston Advocate,
tha\ the $39,000 of gold arrived in that city on Sun-
as agents of the Faili..,i BMili, ..ay that after full, in-
quiry, they are satisfied that the steward of the
Rhode-Island has been unjustly implicated in the
robbery. There is no legal proof of guilt against
31113' oiM,; and'ther c will be no ip;:.si:,:ii ni k
The Trasnsportation Company, it is further stated,
hiave-paidall the expenses oftreL'u ir ia lhe" money.
The gold.has been weighed, and not a dollar is
Ini_ 1isi'. 95 ddnts in silver coins were in one of the
i -gs Iiclih .were iu..t i..' I.ii:, and it did not. appear
thas ie bags had ever been untied.
IHUM"AN Co.s'rITUTIOX.-This valiant little champion
of temperance .in all things, hias made its appearance
*for this month, and is, as usual, filled with much
good advice to the eaters of roast beef and plum
puddings. Now that Hodges has gone, and Major
Nickerson is going,' we have a mind to turn Gra-
hamnite ourselves; but whether we do or niot, we
shall always take pleasure in reading Dr. Alcott's
monthly, and in, recommending it to patronage.
GEORGIo.-Gov. Gihuner,. who is at the head of
the electoral ticket in Georgia, has written a letter in
which lie states that if thie people shall choose him as
one of the electors, hIc"'1-.shall give his vote for Hugh
L. White and Jolihn T'lcr." The Van lBuren men
have always claimed Mr Gilmer as of their party,
.iId t.j claim ltr .. 'L of ,Georgia too. But from
tlile r I.'',:-.n l.-:'r S rit,1.'1 by sevcranl of thie members
of Congress front that State, no doubt remains of tlihe
success ofthe White ticket.
J1 Sign tin the iVcst.-A bet of $2,000, half forfeit,
is offered in the Louisville Journal, viz. $500 that
Ohio seives lier vote to Harrison; $500 that Kentucky
does tIe same;, $500 that Indiana does the same; an'd
the other $500 that a majority of the States will vote
for Gen. lHarrisoni for thle next Presidency.
Itsthis city, o "r,.l ,,,..,, ,:,,. 1 .:, 1- ,is. Hannah Hazard,
reli 1t'ofthe'ohats h I,.I. II. : 1-I,t II... ii ll l year of lher age.
'Funeral onlTlhtrsday allernoon, ait 2" o'clock, from lier late
residence, Eddy street, when the relatives piuil friends are in-
vited to attend.
O Tcuesday, suddenly, of croup, Edvhin, sot of Mir. Esek
Aldrich, aged 2 years and 3 monUthl.
In this city, on Thursday last, Mrs. Celia Lewis, wife of Mr.
Juiea In L wis, i [i.. I I I ", ofl' er as e.
On Mnndav, .A'.l,, il,'l.i lifailt daughter of Mr Thoisas
I'rfl.l r..i

Adams, re-established, upon a foundation whiclhshall PORT OF PROVIrBENCE.
not be shaken. 'R: I. MONDAY, Oct.-10.
"il .S .rn.d Tui_ I'r iliklini, IPhiladelphia, coal.
PEN NS:L-'VAN[A ELECTION. ti l .-il.si 1liisissntlh, BtIlt, nisber.
S 1 .Ss i I. I I.:[,,:.. It. hi.l.i.,. N f. il' ,.l ''h s
S \t Ih,-: (iubu.: i ti .t-..n l ', s l. .- n.[i.. 1.r. .l 1 fai, Il-. I s. i,', I' ,l, n. L l,,.,, ...l 5.- 5 ,, I.. l,.. i t... s tlc |..'' '-s,;
"IL- '. s r i''-d a ni1: lf .' i." i l i .s s i. Ii, N.>. il ,.ilS. i, 1'. ii, a. i l.s.i hmloi., r.
Con- ,:. S i i i)" i 's.lsC; a. a ti-a e e <'di '1 t :,ic;t -isasi lass I .,d l *i*,dlts. iri- io iis-i l- I .s mco I
5s f ili, %'ai [i \ t I i Is i u is t I I I-- si ll n I I t
n .inili 3;.-vCH 7 .Van -.:t. U1 Vv.:.lt' -Ind M~ulil.. n : ^. li n., *ii.., nr ci, ii u. l -
berg, both of them Van Burcn men. Tihe aggregai.n S,.Fr I'l..,ri ..-. N.. i, I'ia-in i.ia, 153 tons coal to G IT
Ohs 'Isisllsl,1 .
number of votes was nearly 200,000(, giving nr:.t ,,', l,, i j -...i I.. i .b..-er.
quitefive per cent. in favor of combined Jacksonism f'sn rI-r...-i ,i :...... ,i.L.. ',",,, lumber. -
-lt l -i t l i llll Ii is i *,s* i Il..iI, l.llibenr.;
aind Van BSurenisi:,. It is generally conceded tlhi I P .. :-.. I.,.,i 1:li.i, I'...' I. r, I5,.I.,I
Wolf, one of the Van Buren candidates,, received ..l hl,.,i i'..,s. ,G.iill rs Isss b .
that election from 5000 to 8000 Whig votes, because ..i,,-,s0 -is 'i.,, 55..,, .ili..>, 300 bnshels oats to IW'
Cutshmials ani, d the master, lbay to inaster, and 25 lbbu1i ,Uir tto
he was an ardent supporter of internal improve- ;M. Icaly.
ts H e tn s t r Sloop Niagara, Irons, New York, liay to S. Brousi, sugar to
ments; HIere then is the covbijned snetjo'tt at onsce j. I,. SeagI, av%, ind Indze to E. P. Mason.
annihilated. Ssoptsiier' oretow. TUESDAY Oct1I.
Now to these facts add the'effect of Dallas' abom- w S sI-r Robert'& towlnmd, Smiilley, Lulec, withS plaster to CC
insIt.l.: doctrines, the fact. too that Pennsylvania nev- S elsir William &Jolnis,Kellar, Maclhinas,lumniber.
or voted for Van DBuren, the popularity of Harrison tltr TiomasMosher, lhigor, lumber.
Sihr Sidnay1 Dyer, Machias,.lumber.
and G ai'we.r, and the accessionis of strength it Sclir F'ranklii, Sprague, Maehias, luImbor.
,, ,,,: .*- *' .. I ( Seir lneater, Bakier, Gardiner, lumber.
Philadelphia county and the large interior counties. S-Ir Wints Pci, aloore, Uacliis, ilumbeir.
'll,. c"c As ofN.ilr Nici olsen llndtha, lJ iumbisIter.
r Flssnid', lhriofs FrssIndiana,
Alabama, Maryland, &c., and it is not difficult I..., i .'l in i- t a. i s ,i,.-ii, i.lh, 'louti.
irla hi-i; the result of the election in Pennaylvani a Sloei .i ..... '.-.. ,i, I ..
to -d ay .. ,, F ., I ,r-i ...
S, ,',I. L I jJ I .11 ,11, -''lI l I'.F '." 'I..11 Is.
NEW YORK, MONEY MARKET, &e. r s t a)oiOrllIS-tarDow-i '.-t 5 reeiwich. .
Tlhe Fall Tr,,d. lIas closed, and it is calculated slo'I, George&.Mary, W;aldenI, Newport.
Sloop Ranger, Corsy, Tivertmos.
%hat there is a larger amount of goods forwarding on ." Steamboat Lexington, Vanoderbilt, New York.
+ aSteamboat President, .Bunker, NdwV Yorlk.
the roads, canals, &c. than was ever known. The stamboatle iostoit;w iosend, NeNv York.
nerchhants have made large sales and handsomnie n- LEARoDBrig Ito ss, slanram',S;vsltah ls.
-'.l9C'1 I tsp. -idiLeauf, Hawkins, Kisigaton; Jasne,,
its. But.thel iihi rate of domestic exchanges v,'ill TiI.nl. .....r, I''',i..i. M'etaiuo, Wisonslow, New Yorlt.
Materially reduce theinm. .r. i..s C--csses
oi has been ;. FALL l'EA Oct I 0-Arr scltr ladependence, Alexander,
hl lias u very scarcL, more so than during Cliarryfield.
the previous week. Ilis calculated thatnearly seven .' ith-tl'rr sloopl Josephron, Browniro, New York.
millions of installments have obeen paid in. There is At Wicklord lltlh', schlir Joln Kellar, ,,'s.,Maciias.
.I ." AtNew Bedfobrd, ]0th,rsloopiRisisng Sinraio,lieence.
yet a great demand for specie for tie West. One anid s ailed from Woods lolc,8thl, ship Wi V Pen, ljodfishi-Paci-
Shalf and two per cent a monthly has been paid for the : roa Saleth, brig WOm PeeA Pra.
4' P P+ S ailed fl'ol Salem, 8th, brig W Penis, Aphpletonu Psra.
best paper. At New Bedford, 9th, brig Lexington, Perry, Gasrfiner ; sloop
S Deborah, Perty, do.
Dosllcs'ri ExcctAsOS Thc rates of exchange -At Bostos, 9tisLshuip" apes, Johnson, Manillsi; brigs Plato,
DOM"E"STIC- asDix, Cronstadt; Eliza Ann, Vineclatf Cape iiaytien; schlr Rap-
have nearly doubled in consequence of the pressure id, Gould, Aux Cayes ; Delight in Peace, Nickelrson, and Fac-
"., "~ i / .. l 1. ,* /, r lg P. a lur, .' r, ]l.licn .. MarJler,.Adamns, do.
in the Money Market, and it is difficult to negotiate hi',1, nP,.,raii, F,i, bl Mri nlt'in, Brazir, Cba; s.Pre-
7:~ -.,tsslii, brig Fs'ranht'in, Brazier,-Cabal sall' Preo-
bills and drafts. l l C ,. 51,, I ailed, selt r Ligonia, Alle, Diglito.
bil n dfts. ClPi .s N, -'sirs-, -, 7th, brig America, Butinuan, W Indies.
Sgi"ci.-Besi;des thespecie required for tla ts, l.I. ,I _, -. ll i ,,Si,'TWOisters, Sprague, New Orleans.
SWest.Sad.. ..1, L.,1- .\-, M, ,i ilutchinsoi, Cape dI Verde end Buenos
thle amount required to replace the small bills has -Ayres. -
r .' ,l to ths ,e ".. .'. Sailed from New Haves, Ctli, Marcia Jane, Davis, Darbadoesi
been great, and to this may be added the order, said Sied fron.New avetaciaJaoDavsDarbadoes;
to have been given by the Secretary f' the Treasury' At Pbmladellia, 7th, schlr'Rubllasls Maryo Monre'l, Havala;
Ith, ships Walter, Yorkes, and Robert l'slsford, Prinice, Liven.
to increase the amount in the Deposite Banks. The pool. .
e n a t wh C ld from the Schlyllill, 8th, selhr Caledonia, Baker, for tlis
new bank about to commence operations, which is port. ..
also a deposit bank, is obliged to obtain. a large ;.At'lavana 2,st sit. brig Poland, No'ris, for Nw YorlkC ds.
At do 6thbbrig Vermont, Usher, arrl6th, ulie;ohia-iTxpti-
amount which comes from the otlher banks iBss, art 17th fm Newport, cargo sold, for Boston in Oi0ds;.Fr.
'Grcen,,-gardner, unc. "
STOCS-s.-As low as stocks were the week pr, viousa .\ds t' Cl-asirl-.-ton,, 1ll, hgi CInpmsan Th'hmlonpso, Now Or-
they were still lower last week. The large p.i.rliii i.a'trli,.tiii.' iilh uoiI. stcIr C-ou111r. Bli'len, '.rthisport.
of Southern Stocks has brought much 'into the ma 1N- Atowr N ., 21 ...l.sthipt Pussiotsa, I t,,'Cs..... N York
,~ ~ ~~~ th ar"0, Io; n, l .n TF, "I'l-m.ill. C-', l f, .0 '1 \k ~IG I I, 2
Itet, and with the scarcity of money have edlttKced Pur I, ,lan iaz, r:, ,, S I 1... ss 5 's,.s'..' previous
the prices. At Hamburg,.Atg22'1brigCllnrlesJoseph,FrqstClhrleetpn,


.. ... : .. UMBERB -SI.
'I- RH-i LIE JSL \ND1, L0'ir[Il. \LL Cul'4HN \'..'Al 'r if LAlI,TrI-.-IIEL'l H.-DbR. .1. 1IITClC C-G -5 B.1t.M
t'ol C i l i'Hal l I l ,I le ti ll'H q 7 "1 i ir,, ,r .rl fsit ,1 oLn f a r t filrd e 's .
l ,: ,. ..a J ",, : .u a l. i''-",r, ..... r, : --I .11; i In ',i ;1...['; iil" ^d;lf, 5 ..
s .. il i. li I ,lFinrgS, A' Mdi.g-, l l'r,: .I : -.; .id,.r ol l. ,In 1111 Ill 1, il. -,'h.. I|, r. I.;.lr ; 11.51, .,i ; Ilii t i.mi llg5 l.lfill '. i ar;
B .ilr.i, 1 11.., l i Ibs-il '. i'll.? Co.n.iril o .11 i : -rl]icldl. 1 -1,[in a iii. *, il ,S ..i ir l.ist n lsr ; .l,-cIT. r-. Mi' e r.
It i-_ e i. V,1i, tl. ,* considered that -;E establishing ie t in- t .. -' .Fd. .i 5, I% s. l.: 11 I h,- l li-rI.% y Is u .tll t I, .' lI',-it -
fi. i llld.l l r, r.-. r ss.l-- t11 515oth i -r I F-1 '. % .ot.l-ca LIi.lwng
1 i I, h, I, ... 1 i.t, exhibition n .sale our na t iCo nf.i iii 1111 ;fai. i ii, silnl.-.h ii:. L I I I Jl I. rlsth' I-) It..
"uresnwiosid be attended with nit. advantages tothie oaniutrfac- ui,,u..' ir .tI ,.li. For I. ,.1 ,., t I. lil : Fo i ln1.1 f i i It ilili. 1 "
tiirers and, others, Iy, aflf rdiing to persons visiting thi's city is; l', 'i" r .iii',.a,.:-. I t i |.,1,',.,r- i.iiol.' iil I i Ili
,ust t of goods, the ready ,eais of viewing without lh.. ftimo afll I, I.'.- Sl l. :llh is ell..ll I sl l []lh tc1h Ito
tEli different articles, and.of knowinLig the prices. .1 *iii ii f i ; i 1. 1 i,- ,, i C, ,,A .i .,ilit :n, i ,i.i--5 l ".
views the Cloth Hall Comnpany 1 .1- b.'.,i lif,'..r.n ,fli.il i..i .1 'T'h1 I ILI. I lhI-'i 'ir. *I l T.'i II: I-hlR. .: ,l T 'IlC,"C 'K, 'S
lillm ral charter, authorizing ithe C i,..,h' i i.l, ,. 1i 13,l l,. n .3 1" I, SI. I3 '.J'. Il : l7-,- '-, IC .I. lr i'. j a I -r I' I l.-.ii,
id o l:irs ca p ital, i., i,] & h ,'ri.l i- [ i lal'ji.'ti,, [ ,i '. ,,is d d -. ill i, I i .j. ",. -,'., l :- i- s'
.iosited forsalE. lii 1,.l or'ill ,tl .iV':.i'i....ii i'o -. .' intota "1 ... 1'r i, 3. I'3 i.
Ssllares ofTwer1ena Dlt H .. 1ch. 1 il, 1 ,.11 l ol. ..H. t lhs lpe- Dr. P itf 'lh .,. af Ssi--li...,. iur "lCu. sr.-i 2O I .t
O dol tica. nll t In ih ".'.) I m .. '.1 .ih '11 1 l l i-l,1 "i-1 1 i1~% il1F
rait :;i ond otihlers, at tlie'arious Factoiiejins ld stablishmlnts becomeC foUnT c litiL I iI ui.lL!.4:..A,. ,Iill ri lu i.-rl, i.nlI e1l.5ir
i,, liave ati l opportunity from their' d ily ea. iisngs, of hav- superinrityovesc,' It,, i .il t iide1ss,: ilhI i.,... 11 is 1, nil
F ; a. portion of the stock,,'which will give a seearen ifr* i'est- ir. '" 'l fi F"I'.. ci.rF .5 rl n ,' iitor .- .h' -.lilh'i Ir.nc-ll :c0 l .
.. ~ ~ ~ r-, es and also lior nrm -* -r l: I,,., ...oii 1',e:. III 'ii i ll 1 -- ll I,< Lor;inng
mintIt f or aoney, a tld a tlhe same tinie s, ;in incolne i f ir t il i .. d also for o .'. I .r r sl'is.h. i I, i '. Il-- 'I-i-- -,.1. d Ir i- h'wrinf-
iiole 1 Ii~ri,, I t.Ii',Ii "l'lS" I-,'.5sl5 l. .I d' .',.'' -, .1 r, s .ir- "t-fl,5
tercst. 'l'hie fundi of tli Coolpal y wfi ll be leiiiployed in a.i ,h ,.. -, I l.-i.l iil: 5.5 Ih ei ai., i .i1,1 il.i, .r i1 bii, '. i
vauicig on g jdis d'poited fur sale, at ian interest of six p -. l ..... .1 hr .._nili.I. '1. i .ii [5 I i.. h _..h ..I 'uiin il
cent. per lisia lin. In addition to tie ilicohic frbio interest :..I. 'I',, l .''............ Is ......'.... u i.. ,-,. l ., ..i...,.I .r
tile capital, t"i hioldslrs of the stocks certificatecs'ill be etlitle'd s in, dear si 'ydir-obed'is t i .1i.'i i .
S. i,1,: ..1.. ilhi: ,l Z I r,,tlir. 1,n iho I 1:j .i % si I F'I ...-i i : : J. .I. L L .I D :
'i'lil':l'li I'''l~ i i" 'i d l'il h'ih n l il':,l iiFll-lll 'C N. % [ i i':l %'. itf_ i" ",L V L I tI E I
sIE'1". l.I I I' .' \lIsG1hN IIINE ti'L'Li: lEm-DI- -'.
.,i: (!. ;, I. ,. h..I.. ., l,,.,,,l n. tfi'.', "i ,i~,I l',,ii ,.1 *l- i M. [^,, Itl ^'t L M. O [ .IMf UT LL. Mh .EDr..I.. i -, .. i 2..r ih i .' i I'1 *'i ''T Fh .-i II I lI. l '. iFiI 'i .\ |. I l.Ii [5'.'..til Div r S II.'. i l.1.5ii 1 i h .milsa.l, hs-
1. l, I ,.h. i .si. .i.s..I 'l I*fi ,' l .L' l j ...il..,.s-'d, tis.ii.L i's5. 5 -" i .l.c 1.1. I- ,~tiL .-Hcsacdlri, loss:tof.I4lptitttl iiL tu- t :-
|| '.I ', 1 ... I '" ,'l I *Id /ll; I,r'l, ri.,'., iH ,,| LJl ..ll~ l|l,i li.ll. I..l I lc~ill-"
.I:ir m iiarket diay' hen sellers 51 and buyers w Nill I'tit ll tIl: IIabitulil cosliveress, astlniut, stranuary, gravel, .'( li 11111i5iii '
-Clotli Hall, and illiake their .55 i. I .,,1,, i,, i.- -- ihi, will lie a gout and imipurties of thle blood. :ricde J. A .
saviring of isicli time, sand facilitate business generally. The Ds..L.i.g. "s"t, r-f2'Pre T'ai; slu'ec
Clotlj iull Coilopany wiv l al io, atll, ;ll !ii.. i. ., :i, oeds bi Dr. Ilitelilc .. I.- it.ii F, .1 ..Io ... l i ,.I i t ..i i I1 inri,..V
sainple packages, or by lois of whtlle parcels, frofr it a ifacLtu vwho ihaive pl. la'.d t r- i .If i ls, ..r I il i l i- i ..ti o A r F 1 i i <
s and ot lers, exhibit fl,.._ .: I,,ihs.ir. I ,ll, to purchasers, andfr fill hI-r, -.-. ,i v i ':. lt .. .I,,-.1 1i, f .io ile
aWrelchiMclicaslensta, I col lnot bring nilynitiid to -conisent,
aEnd nke sales of', i .I. Wl:u requir-d bythe owner, or refer F..,.. 5. ;,[ 5 .l r.. -Ii ,,I. ll,. i1." II l11 i lscth aE t stUn-
ipiisealits to tle owner of such goods fr prices and terms. -T ilIe ., .. .. ,' ft,. 'f' ,i .R.o l ,n I ii. i l :,r l
following are the teinsl established by the Com pany, for the .0' li'"), .1 1 ,n i Ill, -'. I I.;L 5-. .:.in I lr. tl 3,sl. .,u, -.r,
that oa lieariiin ofthe state of my lcielthl,- .i lit .. l.-. l
pro,'sent, for the transactions of Itiusiness atthe Cloth Hall. is.. >;. i.'i.l 1incs ti1i. I i, i. I, l .i l" ,I .i.l -. III
1. For the exhibition of goods fIr soale on markett idays," ..i5 --. ... -I hove iI'ot:.. h, t ,. i, h 51 r h.il'-1 N, r0 .
whlen tlhe sales are lade y the owners ofthe goods, and noad ld ofdIstress, wllfehtli)forec'we'. .I' ,I ...- I l l f-1.. 1 ...,'.i
vaascs are made bythe companyy, s brokerage ofooc-eightth o'f tl Itke y s ,'aihble 11'edicI,- J, I_ u( 1 '.4 SIhI.olll ii. .-
~ ~Ii.'f IIl.. ,.. isiir,,5 ,.' 1.. sis- il i..,l, ,5 CII t.li .i~l~il si',d~i.iis
one per cenit. on the amount ofgoods sold for I... r I., li I ': i .i% ow il i, ii I .'i.ilii 11.
3. For the exhibition of goods left with the Clotihl Hail ).ll I i) tii=l .1 %, l 1. 1. .N \ i" .
Csmspainv, between .market day;, and a reference of purchlasers All oi' ifs ,.. m ,, .. I',jI .,1 I. il. TI \I I I-'-f ,,t.1,'l..',
\ il I. L- I I. 1 ,- t,r,, M 1f- 1. h c h,.- t .c s I]- I ,i. ,,'
totlis owvii'rs of tile goods wheli sales are iadl, by the ow-nsr. Is ',', '. + l n i 1 \'it i. or 1 ,,"g "..1, .
ofthEc goods :brokerage of-one-fourtih of one per cent. oil tihe i. .11, uN |. '\ i i.l.--i,1 ..|1,,,1 i .', I' l, a i .
amoul nt sold. .I o"' u n Sill,. ...i 11.1. 'LsiI In., .: l .i i .hil hncl nl l ni t : il d 1
3. : For the sale of goods Iyithle coilhpany, V, iii .i .- lii 5, ii, u ,, r.. .-'. 'I i h.., I 'lhl,.i,,-I I:..ii. i.ii. ai. .
a oilnl issioi 0O lo percent t.I-.- 1,nt Ih. ,h 'li is* .. ri. S' 1 I. ." I l 'Ili l t ,, F il, '.ll-,s
'.'lq ["' ~ ~~iiir %l.i ho v1 1% lo i- t 1..I I'- "1%i h m.I -1, [," i 1.1l lll h
4. For the sale of goods by the company, wiili a gtaranty, a Bosto li, especially at tlie sth i' rnd, al.d ;it t.inlll.l. hI : -
col0nsIsssol ol three asnld. ailf per cent ei very eorthfy and respectable citizt-i. ,
5. Goods deposited for sale, and advances'niads up11an th elI, Case.-- i I ,, n..r i t.' | ., gi l il,-l i rn,,ii.'ifiid
will he sulijectito the control of the owine, and may beu llsi .is, [IIW ,,h I' 'f t. I o, it a1 hl, C IE;,ij I ',h. 1'halaIt, I..l.
II1e.111 rilJ'J l Isl's,,Cas i. '.siF.'l-'l,.t iiisi.i~ ,'l h. S IIIi i tl.-i 15 nnlO
'ldrIsyri atw ltiyi time before sold, by rIl.,M in s iit advance, and on each lui, 1. I 1, h Jn L......... .1,.1 i,, lsl.-'.,n,, .,i.d
incidental charges, provided the goods, are withdrawn witiin painful fI .r .sif, a' d oil. i l h l i iol. i.. l I \,.i 1,. i lu.iilit
Ilo s p 14 [1 1 ll .i dh- i [, i I. I ,: i..i tIi ., ir:T ,, 4 Si 'll' s ill s % % .0.,00 li,:
4 m os + :- l..i.).,l .i....[,. ''l- .l.ih.1s. IE Fit ll a f i, -i lu i. llr l- :rll. d .
6. In addition to the foregoing, a comntissien ofonepi rrcnill f..IcF I il, *f. ih llIrw, d i.10 i .rW'1'011 Ii ; i 5 u11. pirl.h 1fi .. 1.d Ih '
oni tho amount t sold, will bIe charged in all cases where advas-, corns aft r i, ll'. 5 i* i- Ii. .Ilja' rt i.. I" i li. .'.i. i,., h. .
cesaro. mniade. -rpoci.; 5.'lIh I it .-ll lai.. ll. ii ii.,i i it ,-I-is, -
No charge will ba madi; forstorage of goods relinliin gir. I 1- i, ,r' 'i', u I, ,, 0L,, ,',,..ii t I ,' ,, L. ,
-a reasonable time, asld-oily the actual charges of labor f..r 1'- ,, -,, .rFTH STOVETT T T ." ',
ce ivingind delivering goods. I I r l',, l I l h' 'Ill:' i fii.
Fire tisnIraince will be e'fect.d oil goods generally. In case M ,'l.. i,, r,' ,l,. r' ", M', .i.
+ 1 1.- I wj.,, i .l.i l I i' ',,-'[ 11 .."u, i.r
of a loss biy fire, all persons leaving goods in store, who havece- '.''L. \ s.i> N i i. ll. i.\ '. ''-Th. .'h., f.. d., .
quir ad insurance, will have thle be -lle it of the insurance accord- I I i, [|1It lli uWl e li i5. lt .I ii ilhlis '.'.it ., '- \ iitm-i ... 1 1'il 11 I
in gtothe am ount ofgoodsl destroyed. 10 r-ih ll 'ill s. l, I al;l -, ,' 1,1 I 1 I,'' Fr,'- rl i
is.-.'lsi:l.. :ssss .1 h .i'f-.. ` 10li" D FIi.]S I I' 'V.-I '. ASV E H. 'fl'l.
A proportion of the fii',u prliium will he charged all persons .h ,,i,,,I,,, II i.r l. Is ,. p .-, ii f, Isl,', ri. z
i-o' signsif tieir wishi to be insuredl. Bi ut in all cases, when iit',,.I 15.- ,'I e i i n\ o .n ...-ra,',i d. :, .d i ..s-. Lo.si S I ,,
tle coiipatty iadvaice o goods deposilted, the pr, I.... ,I 5- ,,I'-,. ,. ', -,, ,!. n ,;.-
inIlutaince, swill Iba chirged to the goods at the rate tn company ii j ;,1.3,5il i "n "il, [I:" "Sl'S iI,," "i, .-5.1 *i" "i "
p)avs. f .~ *ju.i illil r l i ii ua o li lL'i II i, n -l. i' r i f .ial '. i, r I., All '
Tile eopsarit y are now prareid to reeive goods on the fore- BRIAN. TO.'OT'i ACHE PIi ,-ii.,d ,il I,.,I rriiri', i, ill. ..
going te s ansai to makic advances in cash, or otherwise. i ...ri I,, I.-iii .. .. h t11 ;is j ,i l l :.1- 11 lt lt., gir .. I-l,: 1 ol ,I t -
Notices N- sol ,soon b giyen of thle dsy, designated as'"IMarket j.- j -' s Ii .r''l I .-' a :'ll..1,i1 i .. i. it' .."5
d ay ." .i 'siOi I' li. lt I' "' ll, i i l' i \.
JAMES D'W OLE, President. In I) I.1 I'I,-'- LIs 1 1 ..i.-[.I,..il. il, .. l .,, l. r 1,:. ri: "n
S.IIARI.ES POTTI' ER, rreasturer i ih -.-, 1I ,1 h ,. il i-i[h- '.1 ,11 ''h Ill" ; i, 5. .'i. .l ii 1 'ISJ.. .1
Geo. WV. C sHfxc, IAssisstanlt toSthe Treasurer. ,. ... .I..' lI ...iJi.tI -'.l' d I s .,i-ritlI. l i nl n sr ,ll '. r; ill -i i.l
t-iUs oio Bsuildli..t, Selilp nbern O, 1830. .i,.-,, n. ,' I. I,5 lh. is .*6'r% i--r Dr'l i i.. t i- l i:'f \ Gi' "
',\l.L '\[1 r i [F[s i', r.IS .i .NI -IiLIi 'i '? '1iii ii. (S n, *i
LIT. t L. 5 I S. I Irt '. I '- i nhIlIl t It 1 5i'tlo1rI hll, 'h:a. ''n-A a ihZo lls-., 1' H "
f~i i I I lll, L .hId.'l I u" -oi.i l, 1 u ..it iilf.4 o ItMtil l. 'h : i le .i-.i l" h li. j~ll ,rlii, hiA :lm h 1 0 ItlI.iMa h,' "
I n i1lhihi iil '5 J h iL ll, S l 5 ,, 1,n l srl Fl 5,P ^^.1 's. l,. 'F'hi",i .h in iti.aIl hs ,.1155ild 'lli ll r. .
.i111.t'a c h.o5. .i 1d, ,.. i ., ,I .]s1s I, ,,i I s -h ,I ..],n d L 'elhIs ., 51.'r 5it, ii. ,',ll i. J
several physi, i .. .-.h. l ,h" h .. .,e- ... i .. i i 'i its-. hTo I~,l o li i I I ','i[1 '.i ,i '.1 Ti 'ill-
C~omla~iintilSitrll.- 11.U.111i J t ii 1-.1. 1,!-:, MID-. ihlli. i'.'; I. fit1.'-'' I.T'L'+i'.h'f.ri.T- KI 'R-'O'hn.io,J...t;u... ;:''ihl "1.
rat-.-s is, '.i 1" 'is." I 1 l I 1 1.tl 5l ieg 'e e to yo ar lr.i!''.t II. I- u. r l' T. 1 ,. I l i. t 1. 11 1ii ii5 5 1l. sa, ll. i ,1 i l .
Wnent in S ii ., 'i Il 1 ,',j I .liil, ..1i IJ 1j S.i.c.. v. bissh tim -h, .. 1 I, .' .' hi i'..1,rtltF1. -. .. i ii i .' i i'. .
has enjoyed litlh better health tialli le lus fer nlan .l i; I ",Id. '' 1 : 'i. .- 'I z h If C ..'i, .I.,I n. ,llll.i ii'.rr
previous. Yours, H-51. W ILLIEt. I',.,,',.i- li.,.i, I:,.I.,s .id 5 I .' i ,...; I r'- i.,l ,,li .hlh ,,l I, j.
Cranatonn, Sept.d ld, WI3-. .i I(. A :i-...I. 1 J Ij:11'. II t O &" I's., fi,.oi .1 PrInt-
K .I A -.. 11 ,1ir X.f..i .' [,r i r --l.r \. 1 ,.'1. .
No."25. This ia' certify, that I have been wsivi Dr. J. A. It. it '11, ri1 NI. ,.-I,.-.r-- F.,IJ It h1i
n -es' .-cr A--Ine ---nays- I'Fl eoey -rls tail. i-tie1"'..;l

lBrown for some days for the recovery of ny health.. His medi-
cine and 511manner of treatment have very ml-Ich rclievid nit.-, anid
It ,.. .h'., i .1III.- i .s- r,-'.. I ant perfectly satisfi d'lthat his
No. 26. Thls is to certify that I was at Dr. Ilrown's In-
firisiary.in Providence, a short time since, to be relieved of 1/;c
rhelumatismn. I went through a course of his medicine, adll
foundil reliefl' from the same, and would reeouniend it to others,
as in i y opinion .afe and useful. Vsal. I. MANCiHLST- a.
Britul, ept. 30, 1836.
No 27. This may certify, that I vas at Dr. Brown's In--
firiary in Providence, several weekss since, where I renhi-ils'l
for a numbLner of daIy's, completely satisfied with ti,-. .r'I .s '.d
there na.l use of, and would l recosnnilsnd those .-v 1 1, ,,Iit
of lieallth to give itatrial. ISAItaI s I ..1 .
Bristol, Sept. 30", 1636.
No. 28. This it to certify that f appl:ed to Dr. B..-.-',i, I,-.i
I,. lr~ |,iit.ll ]1,1 Ul>. k::tr.r:- h.r ill: (,T ,ll.'.l~hi l'.lhi ; i,'
-vi,. F. 1, 1 11. 1 %i. ( k l-km l r' IsI.. t.III : '.h, 5%%h-5,A Is.'
C.'.-I dI I. io, .1-1 1 'ssslsrd.,sIhL ,.t' Fs IN ,~~~,, 1 1 .iisi 'd,1
tr M, '.il,. lll F' I T l l U-.lil h51 '.lls 'ld ...'bl,: [lll -r. I I -I ..,. F.?
th.it I r .-i.. !,A,,.n. rIt' ie 1,h-1 I .iss 5 .i i ,-,:I niiOre
Si. is,0i.. ,, i,. s [is tsIhad lIeforetaken.
1i l... i'.i...r rlii i' i.: Itin circulation, that I wvas injured
by Doctor Brown's treatment,, was entirely witliheout foundation,
'as wiis also the stateilnt that I was showered witlh cold wai.
ter, drausn from a well very deep, as nothing of the Rind was
Bristol, Sept. 30, 1835.
P LLIC7 Ns 'l L'1.--\r.' ll,. iulitei, .1ir... 1l til (t.I i.-JLf
'l .'r-iIl I ill ;th Jl lll'll< [ I. i ll II l r.h .11
- I 'da Io Ilis fl h.iL. iii i 1 l".Nu .-iil.... ,, ., s1 .. ,.IK P. S1.
'11 1,1,'5llt li,.5 !i' S lii'' F,. -'hi's- .55 Jlll'..sIs,,'$,051-l I, ,Is
,,,tills ,. h, n ,s ~ tls slhA 1i 1_,"1 u l t,-I I.- h, I t .-,I I-,n, dut- heC
lilsll^ m JUt Oii-t Ouildilll hltrII.11, 11tuter1 il lClh .u UII-IMci;/-
ly partof tie town of Providence, oil the northerly side of
P ow er street, Oil i,% i..h i ,i M 1 t111.. 11 i'I'-'- I, '111. I I i i, b i i, -1 .
.tnortlherly, h.,ihri,. b, li,- e I% ili.. I- I I.LI 1". I i. ..
tate now fI., Iep'l d I [i lie -lsin J i,. I 5, I-. ii,1
of a power of Attorney embraced in a mort-age deed from him
to the undersigned, dated oil the-lirst u i\ I, %. I ,M I '1oI, and ill
tle imanner-.and for, the purposes r'et forth-lLi si.aid deed and
power. Conditions of sale miade ls nown,attitne and place of
,o3--stTtf I-fy THOMAS BURGEss, ''reasircr.
X OTICEl.-Thlie undersigned having been appointed Adimin-
1 istrator of the estate of Averill Kingsley,, late of the city
si' Il..V io. deceased; hlereby requests all persons indebted
i -;Flr. rIF, to make imnsediate payment to hil m ait iis office
I\ hlIpfll| i I tslldilig. .
R.' li.' JOIN K. RANDOLPIH, Admisistrator.
Ml .R,'II \S I's- 1t \h<.--.\ -i,.r1n-j ihr.-riitL 1.1 |t ?..* lIh
l ol l h,)ll,.r" \il |be iu den IlI hm llr L t in ,..NI;| L I ,
),1. I '- l l't ,..,k, I' l. .\ "Ill 1 ,1 |is '[sil itl s, .l',s11.. i. Fi t
,li i-'. Per order .
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5. I.., .,Fss.,IIli. %itl'* .-.tdo n. i .. Isitirn,'' ir.l
r street, Providtice,5LFil-1111) .I
.4it Ias e cts b osthede ad.psRtic flrly ires f it IfW.", Ili~tti. .... I-A 'a,
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tit L. ,LrI 4 1 .1. Is',ll HlN'l U\ l."\ 'i'lR%1.It\ V, OhI 7/1 ,1..11 1., casesto T-C It'T h.l hll-In.s- 11.Ill ltu.1iL 1 .611 libdl l,: -. i the
Ia u.V I.q' / I 1CA H ,.I :. '.. l ,i ..',l '.1 I ..,, 0 ,. s hi.. isisal vigor LI.I lI,.. r ,,iihlil., in b.l a I.ei I, lak,:i will.
',',..,.- I'll.- ;a t :lll lll lll l, -, .i .: 1i h l i .l- li ,'I, y ald as l dv w .i 1 I l: 1 1. Ill r l.l- ish. F l Thi lle
if the Sick a.;dLasse, on lpnrelv Botanic plinieipies, lundvr tl i use sof one or ;. I. sI- -tk', > s ill I s h s ,ii 1-1ai.i of if Isi,.. ll.ilJ
lircetion ofthe subscriber, .l.. l t'- .- ,f l ) l .. i n r- il I, r,., ." i I etd ual '1.t l i :. lh 's ...1.si L ) ;iz.:i:
NlIii s 1 i t h Of I1.. Ila,-: h i siL Us- ','i 'l l.l isi tl. 1 .lr ih cases, w ill, i, II. i' ii 5,..l, i.110i iiir,, r
..hI.". [Ili; .. 5 I'o i.. Ti. sm.- i .in '.s' anil I.ip.lsr' A il Cliclt 1- '.. 6 ,i .I l .l i ll el, l of l. o u Fr ci ll F i.i. h'i- teu h, ni. flil fishl
i111 l st L ti..,. nIis.r'itl iiS a5 a t I tll F lihisi i;i l ,' 1 I. 111 il "ii 55 i.5.5 i i55 'Ii5 '. li"r s- bs l n Ilnk. h I' l hs l lss .-i. I. 1 1., i d I1...' ss idl
eariw itho lt the loss ofa si.si,. iih l ., ,: ,* ll 1 .i 1 .. I. j Is,. h- lii.0 .ui l 1 '. l, t .mlIh s .I : i .Il: 1- 1.-.k d ils. s iil,
S sl l most credulous that there are "roots and l( her fs in evcra ,by ,l i i -.., i I ','. -'-,.., E... -': or.i -
ountrysuitabhcandi ufliicieittocurcall tie couspliils to wtai hei s trec N -,'.-srls.. N. s J, ri. .\ II- r lhi nil, b J S J. .
lie inhabitants are subject." T rip,. (., i I 1k- I l i I t,i..i `0 .. it ai.i .2, inir'itcrn.- rnr ., N 'w..
'The ss )shriberfeels under renewed obiiigations to his friend York. -. JuLPH ll.\t. II it.,
pudtii public, for past favors. le intends msno pains iall be fl-t-ni .i.'i.'.il ili.i, .1,., 1:, Fi.,it-lE ,. .
itared to inerit their future patronage. le conidetintlyh believes 1 sl 1l I l 11 S .l LII i' isi l" \l'.li.\'1i7 Lu OF"
int hie administers no medieihe b[ut that which is in I sl orio y Ii \I.L I' i. L.".- li ss,.'i 5 Iui i ss.,, I',i I ti Ii,.'
vith tlieprinciple oflifei and i.if -aind I ,i s is,- l |Oiei aie1d efiiea<'y t'. a-, iiL' iislirs.L n ih i, I, ,, 1 hll it i-ss ., I, 1it:i f [.-
e..pel disease and- ind 'e a iue LstoaIS tOlol eatll at without first c4t liarly iu'r uc 11 hii-i. i' r- 1 i sl'. 5 es I i i'p n' ". T isi.iLher
slsd cing, as is the "prevailing practice lie adlhecres strictly to vluill, n s' 1... s i..i I. i .E l .t a ii l,.., 10 illssile ohr
.ie invaluable practice of D'r. Samuel T''ioino %, wslo has justly disease is F r ri, t ,i, iotl ,1' : Sj" ,,,l is ,is p. :', I ,
s.eived the title of a rtforisn r of the hi dealing art, by the cele- as niai)I .1. i... rirCia e. 1it lhc&1t dl>; 11. ,1 i-l'- C61 'ei I F. r.,iiu-
rated Waterliouse, late Professor ofCassbridgc e Chol M s ,sleget1ss., i IctEc I.: 1. I,_1 IllIr F it I %i .o it, 1.*5s ieui.ii;I s of-diseases
S;hosce exalted mind fears not llS 'rowils if a privileged order, worse ttit aim, rinli Ia I r lii sh u sii. ill litnil ll'
'v ell asserting the truth. le 6 is imputed a star of 5l small cannot Lii l rd --ih lliI.s I isa i I: 1 Ita ]i I lit i- ui' l in-
.sagnitude in the medical horizon, one wir hsas surveyed fronm dredstl ,,i is ,.. 1.-.f I. 1 1 L h I|,,u1 L .,IL.u : 1. M. i.': to it lg L ,.l a
Loire to circnuiference the whole mystical flsbric of medic .1 I;: i, If 1h .; l I ,i s.,I i. I .. ), 'I ,.tIF I. si'liins, D. )r.,: .
,ieiec, and solns up iln few words, in declaring his liisglmst rI i .. i. :it i, i I'i d i s fhl. Is l i' Si ,l. S,.OI.55 %l' 1 nBi t is*, iti ich
, ;ar ed quackery. In his reniarks on tl e ''hTon sonian prartic., h[i r.i.- lh. s 1ll, l, aFrr.id, uL ils i.'ralis t IF .le lbitri %'1 t in
C.e says it has been diflt'tised through New England betlveti i .. It nil RIi nll 1 -t1Irnl t.hI citetlr I e nsi-.n"-l. i 'is 4 i
fteen and twentyyears,and still mailntais itscredit,andeve i s I,,[ ii" .' his Sil InII .Al C-11. i i.. [ C ,lii .,,'ilt kii rifiI
ear iti roots strike lt deeper, ausd its iraniches spread wider ra .1 ,, ii. % I al' : 5Is ki ,ng ,, i. ii, il s lir sit .l re i n oul.
eidetr. Ifle theory and practice ol'Sainuel Thoi lson is nid I i .1 i,,. .i .. 1;,, iO h,j l .ai dilr.,ir t t li I SluI i .c elt, ng
.1 sueh ligl nreputo by one socoimpetent tojudge, should it I.e cuId.4lmiCr r.I.,. i.O i. .O n.i.5ro1,. '. iiit, ;,|. ]ie rufs.,ld Lt-
onsidered vahin and foolish for one whlo has been rescued frl..uhiisidlfl. ihi li ,ih.1.. is,- I. ri l 1 lsiaho .ij.i imIeIldIifl-rq
lie jaws of death bIy its eicaciois and salutary effects, to he %% Isln, h i. I s i i to .t ,ni. iv.d i l' 15 t ill ina isF.,l 41 nt .'l". -
is enthusi ast in its favor Tlhere.'arethousands of tisi charac- 11itlh. 1, -,MA I' .,; r,11 ed .'Fo11 re.,.. ..,nni litr, sel t.e e tiNI l ;ii alli
or, who are living witnesses to extol the patriarch Thtli tinl t ii,,.- r5, hiI irflt,. i Nl. I Psck'. Ni In 's, % I ,"- lie Ih5 s t'r. ade
'or the rich gift ho lhas bestowed upon a sickly world. Itiiol' p ,.-,, n, i,:,s. R.I. In. J'i-HN C. [IEl1S.
:onnonl occurrence for us to restore in good degree towards .I,: lil BitaiSiish PIi sina1.
health, iata short space oftime, those untbfortunate t,,l,bl'u 1 I,..A.."ii Tc
who have gone tthe roilds of the .ip..h, L ,if pra'ctl. ,, I- I .iJlt\' L'- i hiheil l i LNI.C sl E.--,li
tefruitsof science iPrportingto flsavs bi, "1progt, i. "1,'. L,-i I l'-n. M.. ,.''. iri l 51 U |.ii5 i imi, 5 l,rif-,i- rsalt, hil r
w ardls perfection hby reform ation t hiese ,fo nrthous n3 c .-.. I. I.IIs klic,-s 5 al-i ,ii', i lit i1 ,\ i ,,,.icl. Ma -., .,.sn..it--
'The subscriber waits u on the sick away from Iis 1L ii.ast) "1 issll.'ii o i e..'t' d c O f (,l ii, .iii Lrii I, ll i ir.a-
wu"ea requested-practices in midwifery wiili invariable sue, l.' blt \' i,.'t I'm.It- ,"I' I n Insle' lt .:.... ,t 5 ;I, .'. ,, is.A.ts3l.t I"'tt
ecoss and keeps for sale a variety of Botanie medicines, at- I'll, .un.,.,r.hl-- s' n'c ie l.htf ".,5r Losii. r,11 l l r.I f % i .irare
m eo d e ra t e p rI e o. T lI e pf o o r ( d e s t i t u t e o f f ri e' d s t o a s s i s t t h e m ) O iLri .- ; i 'U ,'b i'. *.'', ,, ,l'l S *. M ,'
will never apply forrr iefin viln. ,Advice s a .lts. ,o ,. ..,I ,, .-...,Irid0 ,sllt s t Oln'r.,oe0 .l C -i lm... ill 111, Sa M ill,
J. A. DIOWN, Botaniic' 'Ionsoniani Physicia., bis., 1' SFli,,C Mllnet' S.nop, Linlilil,', ii h h, TeiTnenil, T asl.,
A. FAIIW ELL, Assistant Practitioner.- mIl. Ii ,s"ii sti, i eI J mllltl h .'i n *i .;-'s..'. lms acha nra ei n-.nIh.
s2 rplstf o nil n '1li i r,- pair' s Ius.., in. ... I l l s- t iamir, I lrnii
S" .- u S. "I eitscs .d o.I i .'l.' F11 1 rsvii F .. F lft..ilI li lg II 1.l -
SECOND !'HtND IStACHIINBIStY FOR SALE.-One Spread- liasr ,iatSlnllhsliantatl for irin ,iillcliiisf,' carl h'srflid i.lr
i M'glachinc 1li large Card wi vtth workers and clearers; 1 |,. ,ui ,fics ] ninir.l ii ll- ', 'tl l. i lI.',Hc i hl lis ri.B 10
Card Grinder; 1 Drawing Frame; 1-Apron Spoeder I Shmnions' ]imicia'\1"Iiii l, l ..-. 'ili1 I C-sr's., PEcit s ,, at. 1..1 thit p r
Whlipper, 2 Looms suitable for heavy work ; 1 Bobbin Winderl vs.- LI ,, .'i.. ,, .. .It.'Snllfosmls, or J.i s CHiII l.
1 Stretcliher 9spi)ndles;,1 Thlrostle48 spindlesv.w largest a 'lso Ci \VWrrhirnni. -
newThrostle 36 sifnidlls; lsocardF and drawing 'C ieis; Spins- Condlis.m- libstln, title od t, anid possession given Immedi -
nig and Weavilig Bbbhins; Yarn Beams, &c.. ii ia n .n'. I a.... n4rtl.-
ry is in good ot'deorg n Wivh ise sols a Ibarsi.r'ng Aply, near, th
Lippit Factory, to, CIH ES'T'ER IVr\ EFP112LD 1st s t t' mI T .I'. LLLI.' itr It,', rsl l,.n,, m,. "s a le s npenio i ss onl-
+ ,: ,," L ,e_.hl~lll ul Pll.llfl DAl[.'i l '*'i i -


. .-.fr a ~ ,
S '. vc ri'red" ,-wa, i i a hlot-bt:d ii,.l hadd.,,.r l, a rl kn
" ir, T r h.s- N, ofI, !Co).:ifn''lal AlirtLbser, Oi.i. 8. mn.iking- oibr radiAhe's, I believe.
."I IT 'O' O, E.A% %RI'ti\ MOI'DNS '" S tL4. LThus'iend.d li-.is examination, in which n c werei
O DICh.OES..,-.-"'UNATI fF TIllE IllI rEL most actively ufngased Ifor about three hiiira. TIme'
L' PI U. result is hi,.. iin,,,. t io iou hll t.r, i t .'ii, lha l.l lhM ,
(6Cncluded.) Monk is a liO.t arrani nmpaostor-thilml.ie ,he-eiir .i-n
W e now rc-u terel tihe convent., rnd asmeenrded o nan,' and 'rva- nvfr a,1" t limiEl waal on fte v ,'l oist,.-r
the ne'tsT o ry, oxeai ,iuimg e 'ery apartnme it w thi lie ofth IH hotel Dieu-and con-equen 'li ha hcr di..
most deliberate rind r-ale?..vcd attention. We vis- lo-urc are aum*.tliy and m1equt'-C I ally,' r begin-
S iled the cellh of the iuns, and exam ined th ,'ir furiummm' tin I., und rui e---.ha r i h. i agaii' i ol a dit.im-
l u re T h le in pli',ist ic iele l r ea d e r min il p e r t ,ap ,lm li p' ,- r .l b ra ., ri a ,, i a ,n t "'lu'it in.- .. ,n'. i i." l d i n
these c .. .. _'U y m,, mi Y P ..rk and gn l'oimiihplac cs, w itl 'ie d, --ll T t teir n c ntim n.e ami ,'tni at uaed in
ito t oors. and loc s and bars, and gratleg. No such- their norn-.ite T ',re are lli"L, I an ,in i awI are,
Stifling. They are neat Jltite apartments cartaining ,, ,h o r i, ti e d aad 'io pltt *' ", thit- ,g '"ii 'agl

twd old'fas hioned ",baked chairs a little desk-. "" d' o' th
winith a smallens, wib rebincrta.n and witihhin wilhi is 0, i,,O- will %%h t *I a. wo.t
a crucifix. Time bookq. so fir as te .ied a othem. T i
firee i' iim ary rs nwas not thrown open totithapub:-
were h-treas etansm~. petam om.i~h"" b- --he its doors were so lone closed, and why did
ter .b read ng. H-aving aseended I.),Elie attic ,lyell e i I -.
t b re Hiv g ameI-In-1'.u as to these -'h1arges s- ut1Lr rr.1r1 within its
hasd n ir -aiin '- ""part ...-wept ono of m ih 'I S" ere fare -Ot'L'flI eas.a, n the first
attick roonis,'info-.whn-i I looked carefullythruua .l -I. There h .r is. In the first
a "la-iiid-am i i' e h- ad "'1 r I.:e atirin .i -Mra ill, tI", tales were so improbable of themselves,
i'Cl.ks having oroten lbri e.y ta in'eduor. 1 iil clara'ter o Maria Monk herself so-utterly
li t~i 'ks leaving loraolton to brlll-, tile S, y to file do or, -. ;. _
'IhI" ro,-n um,' '.ar e, ti "c h t. r t-tl.,l 'rtlihs'arid detestable that it was not deemed nt.-
p7Sc', i.a i vt ia tSiU !,,dglita.d I ngain htil ec.'.Wrt'= li."C e. cIrJ topay- the.east .regard to.tlhem.-They did
a gu rdJ an1 did t a n.r t -,l tiu in.- suppinm Montreal, either within or without
lid.- d Idt'iw i all tim e i r time1.. kc tim' Convent,that there could,be-.-.found in the United
.o.n r ti.er I' ,oemmencedour: iestr,,Tiwrns, we States, or-elsewhere, persons so.aveak and so credu-
wto-t rpie-:,niJed T the lady superior, at' l le d -r of lus as toi lend tlj.- lea-t '..dc- l, I., tli.,,, B. t the
her prtini.,,t, a ht, ] d T,'-rI e rrdii et' i,, be-t -ii '.ier I lu d "i", Il .rstal .-,, X.' ,-i the
.'hp .iILria. l'ronmi an ,itacei olhi i.runnr,tisri h ShieI' ni0 3 i t li, i' mS :i t "You see '' said Miss W eksl,
aldv Of diniLy and refinement ofn. m -sii,. "hut ih..bi it would be for us to educt the
a t- ra ,adi-.ni-d in -ter- i e i,-ind : m.iii t.ie c. lt.,,hliti,it. it fvisiters were usually admitted into
Wh'/at au%'lln i'n in ,ear Sie r1 evI t- di[' i u -17%% 1 Ii. the C'
"l"uinl "urb nii' ii iim c rd.ih r., n ti ,,,i -."i,', >ti I. .i." other object than tile gratificatiot
led "- t1 bhit]> mible to acc.uimpsmt us Lti t .t.i i otmit ri' i i,n dle curiosity- more- especially such
led 1- .A I L 0 ir 'to eo npu- us i "' _; -11 Lill-. .- ,- ..t ,, ,
("i.stil ition. oidr.-d tli-: wins I,'I,- al i -ase crowds ofvisiters i i.e hl,iild is.- had after .tImhe
a.im plicitv,di.'nil'. and grai li'dh i di slillml. il ii l ubl11..1ii.i I '. .", i- c with her con
liiuli bred ar., t irul geiter I liivs ra:- -.- n E- r- ill'-i-n, .m.n" 3tl.Umd -I- "\%% r'a e e.i ,ii-iUtly employed,
im-nd" ladw" lom-r tlln.,, -'a"nnT, in ..great.degree- and each has her portion of o..i-,p. .,I If our la-
Stn.mi lad'rs to i. r,,-yr Trlen in so ahott-ll aablt ad ors are interrupted, our sick must suffer, and the
i d'c-shr Cf' mrmii.-rl r' allafabil.t y'v a and., .wIhole business ofthe establishmentcometo an end."
km,idi~cas. Cim',erfulnhimi,-a ,eas universal, anad very Adb.e ds hs4.a' jqs s]t castle, auid
unimk.,uml,.6Ii-niliCimoiiiv,,l entertained of the gloom And besides all this-a na's hotse is hiscastle or
ofitlim cl .i -tr ie ir ';'..., wvere too ofte riim ..-ai,,.Jwl fiat tian or woman a.,:.,- us-olr wmich'f' our
in sm le., tn all,)wm u, c t- suppose they "- '-"' :..rn, hospitals or public i ., ,'.l tin ;. ..ilJ c.-i .,- it to.
U'i >t it ,.,I .all,- t. .i. s os'eth or t'latthose suspend their Ilo, i d ntdA r.hlii,i.ill .,li i..,. n ,,:n-
i lifo tsto ms-.mi if't' wuiCe n, i'oh ." I" (' ilioli'i "" 'in'
o we l .p ;., i t .,m -..~ -s ,o n to be t,.m jd ,-r o u t o f th e ir *'", '. . .. ,-I- .. ..
'.odaies bv thLie roigh.-'mloat .priests: of the .seminary.- others, m I -,..-,, da.( -tn, ,iijlil I.. li]|,uli.l L. t Hit.
'Tle C I l ot ie b .ack nu"ns isdi'..n..r i i i ,i i aoI1 tm. -o" ,.' ,.f M RID..I-,a'It |uh, il-
TIme c -a itanm t .. e a ,Le ll s1 u re ol ,h llti init-. .a i 7 -. i .t.' '-c- ,
I hiid s p d T.. li ..' 1 ij 7i In s.i%%.. r ..at.' ubt.bction, t at th e at .'t.' ., ,
Ihthm auirplr idT. e dreigs bihslilc, in; o lia b iack I. d,..-. m' ln '_ld h NI la hialri' do not, so far as Lor any one
w.,-.ri, o e sqmin s0 ,it ",, 'ir c-ia, ml .. rl ,l,ir ,I-'e i. yet been able to discover, n-c i -],,.,,, wiill
C.plo. th- d,.in .1, l.s t ".1 hill e -.d a tir. pre i., in l,,m-.rna 'lfixtures and localities, it In.. bee, said,
%P 1.o hib chin ;toi i-s i. aft1l I'd:i 3 .iri 1Pip p indi ll I~ an aii,, c .-i d. -
Saeriona lOe La-p ,'lit lirad. ta mitci tin bi, at. ,u I .md >-illLt.., d .m2.iit,. and again, tict ._,.-t _l[,- i..
la tc-.eJ. Tiis ,s a %%iii .linen bind hbound r .,, "n.J tions IimLm beii u.ii,, in the nunnem-i-t i IIII ;
t.rc-head. and re-aclir,' d.:,%I io the e'e? br%,m ,, '-tand ei rs il | ,_i'an 1it. I t,, .n t ir;-th tes
to conaial lie laiitr n irli'. To this Le blic"bu n nc mrl-t.'li-- .i l. Ii tiler rmt Irec:cape-d imiIt-(Fran-
LJl t -J-"-'- ":' ,e- I iItr i .t .i eclarez E1,114)li',i % iltenaitw +
-is attallched, whiiell is nmde ol a l.irge udubia elimar i r i f me tmr ila r declare th ,it a so iimer ,,it.iii. i.ia',
Sblck It.Jiaii crape, and reacli ,-rum i,. o ii, been made during that pero)ri. tl,:t hn. c,,iil.l iiri
bandeadu lIilf Iray dov.In i ue slort bclim ud. Ti.u- l a ,'i ii ; T tli I .lacest.-r, i' | i
'is nata i -ii' -eaJd b lthe acil, n.,r lii(- I'ri r ul' mmille'ft i i t' I I r.u r There have been no such al-
pL rd-.n. 'file aiBirt' arm e turri,-d ip Id, tf? s .I of' ti. I' -ratami'. ittlh.-r i the lbuiliiia il,, l,,,r tin i .- a iiit.a-
gr,?r ~ nuns. TIm' foul c isemrmblr is d ,-"i ,, h",-ne:.t,, mr tIme w-illt aviai..in .t Ml tilrmnu r inamun d..
gm a d rath.ir 1`r.,t..ul. thl,-y' m,-re' Let it here be borne in mind "-that m/Iat-
n Lh.. r, .ure:.lion ro wen we rer intlro.ldv .cdl to ihr "l 'i "," Yi- P ". 'L"ie a!"ttem ptd t 'i ,, i. :,,
mm-avis .', ., t '. :,s*!i-- T c ii ,-r ""nri t .. .. '-. p r .r ,nte.i iat cwishnsI .-; a.,ii'.,"i 'ti.'.. d, a- .
ga, a.nd cTl.erfil,. anId so p ilasam- i ntt- ll-ir; l itj.miirr ble' l., ir.. .i1 with llI. i I- .I ll- .iJ it
;.At 01ni.- c- roil-s ria-mrl-s. Uitnt I a- dlip tin-t, in bll .i i. l.t t1i e otn yt ole I suliave o been able to. discover in
ciac'. t aii tt 6_ mh iad to Liu-iar ,l lit ih uo l 11r e ln, d I ,uentprepared upon this point. Thought
p. '. lnir bu-im-.'. u.t t lo ,-atk i lm d h, ,- ,I ,'me u ,l,..-l, i.L I Iia, Ilii b mystified by pain t asld
piid n re t milet' iiute 'r,.tb ier i utiobo r to' thin- nk. i. 'lii.- u,,I hI B tili a %I i .i i... There is notara-out-
aim- anir-v rs in l ie i' n a r, -"t nO iUht' l l o-ra ,- I ., n u,-. ar d m i ,1 n. or r i in-.--1 iir. im a ia ult, that has been
n i"he iiirina-i tr, teJ- o l th O ii rler id wa urC Ir mmi ,u in.i. dl ,- Tb.%. isha-mt, : ai ll, e, ery where,
Ish q l U n fii od nrsm gfbthr cm -.ii i eoi rt,, ie IiIr.u,".-i 'I r s..t ,i- li.., ancieit and m massive T ihe- mortar,
at wm'iid m i nht p .aters, im'.. tisa, ,lm.'., i n'uI m. i- .become every were so indurated in
an mi'veabi'-reci'. rio-n i .I i tim- in r, I kin.] J rr. s'l' .-t' i *- to Lw "I-m."" rut' ,tl. *ii ml.' stone

..~~U Llli a ls ild c l h .tr.I l.; ,,a ,tI.dt,:, ,T h .l.fo
a2*Treli et I rl I tlid hate ncimr citmina',A he amr-ii ri --.r, .. 'l' en 'tog t-h.-r m N.. L.0,ltd-, c.t, b.-oak
v tiii ,i 'at Inl, .,ri l u-t ar- en, irf ri cliti r leni .--i rid uaPi an ,e -L 1 i tom e ia *lsn N p%-,i.. 'r -.r. I-rem o 'e it, or
gTu hd iuirmaorn, l. r ur i at I ie 'ei-m ci dt:hid-- t'I .nI.n nmiteumIlT a l. p ad b e l'l i -lt. or1 "I'hi d al l) 'i U*.', wv thout h eav-
good IIaird nnorrl._ c -e al.elI s:a.'d l ur.:.nev a bie ,-,,fe l l[.. rAJ t." l a i i- i.. l .i--ri. 1.t' I -e.r -e .. vork. and the
eAmnfid..'ne, -4letm aid irrianciir -atm--.clrln i -- tn. Cu..,jlJ any builder in New York build

heAt'mmn batm of the in,at~eri- oT, b,,n,J._c'ieI i h;,- r s,-..
m- icl-tnm l liaa bme-L i.:-J, aina'.m r, in hi and ,,L.-.iii-,,.i u m,. d&':,n rs and windows .A' ili.: i..,. i. ith. li.u
w'.nmmii d d not3 at i .ys I t an el di n m.n nt l t.,it-ra tI: ,-?., "'a' paint t, or whitlw ash, aso I. -lp in- itt.a-,t,:h.
tvi.aa itilme .li, aiii, -I Ltadt t. i'm, diinnii. ath i..;ni r,'"'1.- h '.. as to make th new w ort k in all respects
Iot t.h .pm 'rg.a .a-ry, as l -im- d iu. ,ihim' uti 'mm'd u1de t e, _'nr ., with ah old? The. thing is implr ossi-
tIlaii T i.e l.-r .2tll ine hal .n u find it. Ar e- n 7o 1 '. r. Th. :
bI-t. n 1 -ai-l-r rairthoie I l'm d hin.- a siylt 0f ,'.i 'trr A r. wIariaMoil is laid down the tract by which
ms ieo a'Emauil-'aprtdim, t, los-e h ancir".ntkiuit i r. e
o ,lht nr wo wd-lm-ia built 1 l trr ltie trie i i, 1 .It i ..- r J ,ys sle aied,,,and has given a narra tive ofthe
nr.rol'a lrt rtinme atin "iic tipainment n n "it l hi, I* ad -hdiepr-oceeded to get out, which, in ,ihe first place,.
hired Vnii .-n, aid .'t st;. ncr*,ne *i,.'s -r, i. 11 t :,"-i. i 'lie .rust have climbed, prove to have been. ,
iWEerk. Thinf d..r t,.u laced. hentj lmsroer. i'- n m-t,- no uti. p"a id to which the internal regulations ot
i" r. fth t h -.rwari.: lhe,- a d tll hre.u lii th.i- i', nur1% 'u I believe, iv a positive contradiction..
d-alWeh, pth' -a j eiamreiiv h h cut i,,a-t l.A't I ri-m p '.inii t B ii.-: ic-. : 1-' ': i '-, -d out on the map, sheet '
Mia s 'k .e:-dh u ita hat I a, ni-t hr.-u ,elt": I L Nz i t,', .i t:tl pa "s come fir-g' ta i':le- i n a few feet ofthe broad
samid simi-' uiir,'gbat a '-pe o nn dau.pina. u it... .'I "-1 Pipeon in the day time, leading into St.
tmmrce Vo Thtnls pi inlinottmiIi m-ti'nibedt it"aold a dowI'1 40 tr In athe yard where she then was, there
b,.iperan.:it m niutIp l, tis Weie% y % uii.r l,.d I m rIi n ..,ur I m inr r s i ope inm g into several parts of ti.,.
ta.-mt.ity Be.T pe la ti keus and Nh t k,- :ne obuhiwiit.g. N III--having been near the broad gate,
"'oua t ii j".k u.r b i'... Takimi.e ,'r. c '.,r 1 'lne t h -'e ij .,Ibc-led roundd to the right, almost cros-
lti.tieup-.n c imbed eu it r.j id rlin. li-ia n id i. ,' -1 h 'r l-rl i, t r, I .-.Ii n a i n i n and finally escaped
In lm'-..d llr.,e l, wd.,.. ,-n.-.do ,le il ,,, Ie,wii i 't- mu l I oI I .: l Ht,di en grou ds itito Jean Baptiste street.,
o3a dsir,:h r.t.. l'h,:r l, 11., l' iar ih,,rr i ,. iieh h ,, lla hh iltlu tis ot only v improbable, but ab-
i.ml% a t a s t 'r. r-,'m ba,'lart lii r ud yr- m t ,e i uni.t r eala.d I -li nirsp -.l-tlee Th, ere i a, tn. s -' H..p ay,
'Asi als, ai.a wl s- ai hmIs miaii, mIofl d ii-,r Sit- ,,e lmou rd- teaped a succession ofn alls-thneout-
A-id ibhis was all iil- "per-a uia. 1 dt" i at-,-,.'d lU' "r U II same'i'enry feet high--walls which no un-

\'ar~ ,.'m'.-t pt mlafon.r I i nJd, ane adi tam. rim.m. a-h-.l r lse nn m ,, t -p r,.r-I;lh. ble ,r.
'Ari ter ,?tha e i .,lli..- I Mure; t',:, iap i..-. a ,, Itol 'd,,,-. utd imorta, p r,.' iniur woman could have surminounlt-
ihe'.it d r.ai I'a ont i tiel'm-talrh-d.twh 3 titn and h. ) -'ii ten re,,..itdd ofthese facts by Messrs. Jones and
om the I'atf d.el,a:osurne.. -' arid I ari c i, ,,tai.n Lt i ri gentlemen froin Montreal, who had an in-
,hta t 'a ss i, n or rin aiof' rt .aIInJou l I au 1 3 "ad I n tervie w awith M aria at M essrs. Van N ostra nd and
nu nt' at n- li.1 lair ,Jin o ,r Jra c i ,d i l t l mn -' I' alia t. ie Atitu..e-. ,loe resorted to tn.-
e x'te rn .al localities tw l a- ri ar~biad r- co uld w eil r isIal. C Di.m1.' 1i-,: l.rit i ut r I I r 1 ,l, ya' a ad en abteen
Buat m fari as ega i he -s .,. ia, iti- r ii-er I tt e',-,! A lm a In itn llt no tu !T- e allh er-
nor mr .empiein aus caihr, dio, ,cr. i u,m 'he d ,u %..a. d l.d Again I ,na ,,.s r ot tre he u'hime ,,a h -av
tht'rd,'au ialkc-id,:,' it hat .I.ri authaore hadevr e ,stood, a cenumry-there ss no gate, and no passage-
basthen mil iet d ebo tr i loi.: t tler-h li. -L:b een filled up. As well ni-ligt Alderiman
-t, n ith i Tim l t s e cl l,-err. Bv a.i. n inl -" II Jo lut -l--i I a bevy of masons to buid the por-
C i, hn d- ..int im.ni i ,eri1ti...--_ the|,1 5 r.. I l i' Is f "' : ', "uy -all, and the people of Newa s York
but Iinio 1 Tal digei-ilae y Uf rti. eann-m- hnin'.-j ib :, ii ., thbi. .. that suc h works could, have been t-.
oi e l par ; lil bA.siaser t uh l gri.a t el :ante a huc v -ir.- dr A b- i, u ta'intrfea, and the peopl of M ontu akrea pt
u-made I ii t ,u.il.m ,- gad .I ,th I in-it ndittIw r.i in eL; I: i- '., P .ie i ee i ui d
Itlt.- uinmpiurre-i .. i...aumn ''01, %; hat c:in a p 2..., ,ri .in1
I'd. % e hdo '.-I.l pr.et J l.ei..a:r ,ei i.e..ur ,c,. ,re -tm talr.] 'i'In --all .- l t ia .' --doa T.:. ai
sin h ems,171 'nmi, l' f''., r. m l' l.31 .in i li. t Ii -ma' ln th in irt ke am, h,- u derm it- Tmia n
tiat tor i m" t in h p'r power i thiPt i,,.sti et u ii rt N m mi 'y ,[l al lnl ttt- 'am h.. ,l- ith vowv
"-h. a ip Airnd. twihrli ,nul pIar, ccntr.dict.-i, hr,..oiii art .mruL i -' t mtsiun r owfnite cam," l." A,-I-,r hi.blmhite
but 'lnM,, ifr a' that tb. :.re li', be i -1e j- ,,a n ge3 -,aell aori l bi.qi' i.fl',mn,- tlei lblack.. Sm- 1. ,..
T- The u in '- o -ti t.- a m. m bl .- a th,: a id tiI [ Fi. m u- t I n. A mLr ,. i .. T I.. TI.. h. tale is l is i e f l l:. -'
be, am,-ncorrig ,le 6..'i ,,ol., ,d",m i ,rdberabd.di- ir, e-in A-- m.a ,a t t i n te secret passage und- maa...h-d iai
ber .idmewah inut ofthi hi tdarioro at' li-J 't mni, d me t, 5'1.1, ',mI -.,m ii Whence its necessity -1u 1 Le ili.- al.

n-eLd be p rl en .,t l orsid -a re dm a rid .'h
dpr iendsito ,ti-ut-cnbeen au nia iamu m a itaidh lrii am' ,. t r h :I 1 -pi-al5 its .,i],;,'Ja6rin 'it.
apart b-uc Q.Nt'f l wul Ilenamtau-sthInsyca tErniblo m 11.m n. i, i'ta-sa.secc.~ aI' z,
.7ienaneai~~~I~ae~mi;_6m'i t I -i Blut sheiJn,,snat m anad it It -- t. .t -I .... :.. llr ,
a 1 V tle harkiimi~bl'i l, at ime o in]) min-trnal I-'in "'a"'dunder time pm. -' o' r in- 'and' -ti,. ll. : tim,- .a i d,,sn ..
umlancem0 tlhe-diii luns i la has nvi, a id lo b.a atm saidt..e,,Jtedral'bef'r-- il,.' T,.- C i.. Ta ti,,-,.nt
ted itjericmitihc Jit.ailadaoi ,Iui a lofm U.r 'S ture were haid.broad and-dee-p Tl,:-. -.]it: lirmtil
O-l D,,iuna'-wt -h'i l, mhe- ueiad about a teemkl rm,' ley cainletowit-. mad ha ld- ucha F. a'rh i-'.'. I-1-...if
U U7 ~I. al i'bi di te canlra. jXIU .1', t %uijd I-a- aa, .i-emf.. l.d ij N, L 7imi inthuinylol,n.
ii-mmnd until time last r
Having a.lamn-d .i-, mh a ,tle,: Mm-, -ei d i lto.td, le -t" 'm, ,r* las- attIl l- I1. t-m
*We sinl r ms t F I -t th-,ak id ,sa:erI I tt.ed -- m "imr..*-*S .. mie i. i. I.i- '-..,,ur,,, ,ll .
i,en'th~t rhieme ia.an~anhm','..a'lhr under lb< limo ,in ,.tV 0 aud lros311 4 av? as seen or Imeard of. Andh
nwinch ma thmm'mm wert', w'mmimd I had not r'ap!.,n.J ~ I.e ha*'lis beau. "n-. hum* uP.; .There was indeed an
rin.-raelted ilhia .' ha H 'It, nidn.t iira'aini Ia-lent.,r [,, hi|.. Id lissg ir^3' .t'a hi,' river-perhaps- fuoni time old
convuamir nmv ~n~"o did ini.at esmani to it['mmr a ['rescha chmur~cim in Notre D~ame street; nowy pulledd
m'amenL pa -riiliioinm d.r .~,. .l' own, constnimeted ~acc~ordirmg to tradition, for use in--
lhiImyi aapemeuaor tinar aeir, .ma-nd lIe rr nutim-me of wa*r-but 'thathaas long years ego lbs-cn filled
ii,3hi I had just discuer--d r.K.r s'l,-re i^ in. r- 't inir. lii gies II,.;"-, huntfur b.. st.,r5* ii ii,. thnins od-
my' wo'mrk ivan mmcl donmue. Muss Bem'kmaithi ma a tim,',. i-"'.1"'',I" ^li "" "".*t"".
'upon despu:.uahiJ l in. h, sup.rit,.i'thir p,.'rin 't~ai, .i.,. |,ii'h, to thin as-mumumy limi mn,"1. miai imasa lfa' *;in'.inm
was uminmmediatcmhy and needI gini ntr ld Time in ask mul' ,Ac*:,,, 'ii ii' r1m. hm1 ii. I|IH md iuiluruhm ,-.1' chiildrena a Y
in eal II^ ml ihrou~hit or~ea,,dw, ^, o,. I, hit-a m i" a "urder~s of nuns t.and infants Dr" ,,t' .J-. r-
hrs-1 c nik k ,t tina,..:miml da,,.v,,, aid .,,. m ,- m em,- a'mm s *ri ml'I-,'e in mum"t.r-- t p rfi.'trat.: tlmi, bi,,lh...m,....
heading fra~m the outside dmr'ctt)' inito tusha airt 'at mim'J aIuli time r^ be* a.., tiamish. an se*'* mad, as L; a la-in" m a'
ihe- buildimig- fran, beni ln-at .;iriri .ai,'c,-.rd,n., io tue mcii-,, t.- ?~ ..h't .1"'1im 1 a nimi in'(1 'Sr ri-m 1 I--. 1
plan. of time book, the- at'cret m.*ulmterinann pase.,,ci mu-l"-iu,,r conent1 to" s*ramgu tineir, o,,J offspring,,,
lead to the s-eminr:3 nne m-am- atind tKe Cinn-'revuii.ainah [1',i e aos a -ma Ia.at, l.*"r Si thiaciii." Is pit g cm -a
,Schooal, Nunmncr5 i,- ll i,:t.,:r 1 calt..i ,i' r od l ,I rit '" ""I mei'a 'irdmm m malur ri nse ,t"' tin prin a,, time
aminin tu,-t ecinshmi C.-rtmnil,. ii,,'y -ai,. tam ~'i 1 i.i-' r i-,1I" 0'."i~nitnl. rnir-a..-i | r, a :mim.ir,TI.a 'u,,ie
merc-iy lii" kitchen en-liir, itr did n,,,l ~ up 1-r/,u ...1'. a an. Ain J afmmi *:'c!' -** MisMnnI l-ua l imat 'ma*" n, mei
Scared rutmoLt lhoikirnr i,lt.a ii A l Irisha laborer lear by -" '*''"'*,Ml 1 **- *l "** I-
w.ma then dii and Mr ['-;tlli~nin-ia an, arid ',t.:I' .-l tins, in,.,,l. a '.jtin ins..di" co.tml iun,..u Lime record of thue admissions of
Pat into iic rec.Tptin-le o1' pa~tarat and liimrnp.n-"-l;; 'i""i. ^'mAud al thn- ,,m of imaf'anc avio waerc mour-
such it 1it.-insc-d iti be. But h,;re. trt.:- -noauehm rti dma- d.ri'd Ab..u .tm-n,'i'm,-, .1 f tl.' .s 'I-6pages were writ-
*-no~n- ,rat ~r~ cil.- greil~g,,un> rundoo:'" ^ '"^ ,ii'' iin-'" s'b-aul, iil*'* c on a I"ag .
eTaber-drshat Mim.c-ait" greiat d~l.'..rny pi.;.r,,on d|,r!" -' Soi*-ei'tti ...f ihmes pin.-s. su: --ys, wvere occupied,
To be.iamn- it ma,-a mm,r Culmi' va dmhis~ plk.-d.sii.ma^ ii mmi, ii.. mee eats mi time trl sl" .ini-' llis murdered infants,
vic toe ,ie'atad by r |,.auiml m Pd m,,|,,dpami it ,inut imi 5un all ii,. records ltrre t',tin,' of dnmistions or
*^~hlltndih nrge o- pros,o ccii, I,', -r 'inr "'mat-in. f admsson o' sen..',"" aid""* hi,' in fir" iii., irtha
.n~ina with gags. a~md c-luI~rma I hinli, ,.1' ,|.elt i.li -" .fuoed' unrdre ciaildreT,m "*"'- F*-a- ."1 m* ri. uI-. pageh.
I 1 iud Pa, ra ituat op.. l, ,I it dan N'..- i tin..' u a^id, i,. I"' rd o c lde Fn. ,,.i ,3,, pa e
niust do .i. up ar thia.,l-..tmr aide- rd .,n s, |,,, mm' in-miniS pliny-, acii give s the number -of THRLEE

In a nmonri.iat nar.-, lli., mat i, aie ;ron luri.d up.,;r, '. il.' mi "aiiii-s_.'nl, mu two years.-Now there ate
p.o.~nderous hingeu', and aoa t "i but tl t -ii'.-x nu'. ,i,'I alE and seldom more than four
pdavlght o n the odr .,le, ;n a osl,. r-on ,i' vicesce, or postulants-Again, as'to the in-.
dad e.hamgned beore.u Thlre .i alo a ksil ruha n mm i l I,'ats--" we,.* allow i n' pa6es l ha. t been devoted to
harexamined beforeITb-me s kr-ia L- rc. ,ifin bhit, ,i',. in ', in ira i .rh
.-I'i is cellar--rmall, r.nd fumrnisl.ed %i Il. an old ,irA.n du r '. ti A ,:.t simt- peri d Now. s Iha alre i
-.rln;n' 'aifd..li6r rallher dil-ipidatpd :d fi alunr-s m.t rr.- -Nr. ,- i ui p th.:.d ry i a 'o I hi-VL tal .i,"
Tp.tid. t, l.-r,".&!e- but th~rt, y u ;- l noes. r v. : ? t i,al t;
-aupposiua Lha.t Lh.- "un: r.oul.j thro.w th.-rn m ater. h' a t t m "i *tJ ag' ae C.-'I ntis i n.:ire than im,.,:'la
slitera anrd children into the .pr tn rom wi iii' tlLey it t .:lin l r t- h r,. n
draw their iwa-t' ,r tr i-r i.a n ,io r, I d t n t :-u s bfc,, tl l.'in na lu l a(i:.oiti- 0 1r ,.t.ai
d'sc.nd. The walls. bowev nr, as b.:lr..' were inoast -.,o th' t, i.for. e anr.l,- r. T ilum.i Manr. a ilalhI .-
ihorouj t r e-a m mTt ned, isle ever noei rino d cinrt.. tr- till thnun -.rf a h ,: .rr,,:t ii &-, c-.:h ot those
and-!i was c,-im a led now to c-onelud.--- ma ib r t 'i e rn nu d' IM-- olin k dll the, I.ra ,--m iu,-r. ,t i '-ti
ranean re arrc lhe w il :.o t bein.- able t.:. A r.il .,, 't i 'an 1t .'-lly -' : n .r, a 'r .e r at A .n -at
tlfe deep iturmr ion i of the callithedral. and start] t ,i n ti Pr re I re ulf'. "ti. rn.s oi-.'a dli rt l
rPric t.o Or itie ,T,-m im'ry; bhit' cnm a ,up ihrough -nt: .i, 1" p pular a redit tly t ..|,, -
tiueir Om n lrap-dii.rd i Bur. [ tit.-arv.in tlime c pu'imr, 1' imnp-i iid ilice.-
'I have already nr markecd.ti-i ithe,]-lar- in s-.n.'-Ild Namar it n,:.-e'sd ari t,' pr cueed iaril,.,.r .v-iih rl m I
were used-for atore-rciomo s Inon I de-cended thro..ilh. a t irap.door,Inia' I nda,ad a n,mm hih r t m r .-u .-.ri'p C th- a di- am.i.u ,- .-.':. -, .,,.
larg.-stonejumrs. "lecollecting.thatMhiriahid sp- ,len eon. ld-rad .:.a t bco., t'hlLi t a u candl e ''l Anur d B t c id,,.
of somem vesels, m.-hich om "her d-e.ni.nption us ai ,: b''ri th nde And Mei;de.
'have been carboys inl.4ulphuric acid, uicd, as ali.- in- _'.:ti L -tth a prp -.n', r ,it.l'hin I e given the great anil
himaisa, mm ithliime,:ta tle.-tro the ro-inuam.s 1 tie th ri'- ti ci i.'ait-t .: l ,.: ,:rk, ri, um nor and In. in.
murdered ietims, 1.egainine 1tbiesu lc 7.u. Frim phe Pr0a hu lubricatoiina ill Lahe r|,,nimmd i ciuri-e. I
odor ol' the cork. aridm 'r sinmmIIIt t' I ,- thei r i u',in. !t ti nr'' ib e dc.i' al..-i ml,a- prattra lt mn iattie, ha-
aelvea. I presumcil ihiri cjilni ) .h't I b c-en trips, 't ig m':. lih-f aoi Si-nn opnn m, un-
e-sioneee, and medicinal de.eoction ti..r Ihe sA nk and si.1;m -k d --
.thi ap.,telloc ia The ,.nly oiy' lime 4ihat I di l- .iy-a..; lI i* .,t .

ed i.tt "oitly upon iny o,wn caiet'uL cxaihniiati,'i,L but
I|)ii ) I' firmest cn'rictiins of inearfv the nLir. po-
pulation of Monnlrr..I-enilirncng tLhe great' l.d, of
the niost intelligent ean-.,lic'al-Cliri-i.ans, THAT
HIowe ..r guilty the Cathiies i may bh ir, otlh.-r r,..
aspect, or in other countries, as a mnan of honor and
proibssor of the Pir.Ltesitant lhiLth, I MNOSt S)OLEM N.
NEW YORi. Oct. 8;,1836 "
POSTScRIPT.-Since the copy of the foregoing nar-
rative was placed in the hands of the printer, at the
urgent solicitation of some of the friends of Maria
Monk, 1 "have had an interview with her, together
with the newly escaped- hiunr.-asa she calls' herself,
Frances Partridge,% lI linas art,' :d i" ,on.i 1n t- con-
firm all Maria's. :tatli,.-ilts, ind add ,Jd.'d:r. other
tales of terror to he.r o ttn. Tli i. -iult is, that so fur
from giving me reason to water a single line that I
,,have written, I would add to the force of rmy'contra-
dictions of the calumnties contained in the-"Awfil
Disclosures," if language 'Would allow it; for if I
before had- entertained the least lingering-fragment
of a suspicion that -mould in any respect have been
",-,.'ir,I. ti-. hii.,ivi.ii- would have done all away.
TbL. I'-1er d -i'1 irii mahave looked )upon the arrival
.;,iiid enli' ur.l'y statements of Miss Partridge as a
god-send ; but ifthey aret ever l.r.-.ughlt t, luhir right
minds ulpon this, subject, they t.-ill ihr. l in bitter-
ness of heart, that they ever had any thing to do
with eitht-i It ~ ",t i;; -:.'.-'', .,' V to go into the de-
'tails ofthe ilhurt exaninami iii l,,i Ir 1 ave them, in
}Ii,. :,. fI,,.' d".i : on** l huri; lull d. i-,.n 61' tH,: i-I, ,ld. ij -- ole-
heal and laical.- Suffice it to say, that their imtpos-
ture was in ten nminutes'rendered as apparent as the
sun at noon-day. I am now. more free and hold than
ever to declare, thit nitiecr .aria Mowkh, nor Fran-
ies Partridge, hais ever been -iithiee tite walls of the
Coivent of tie Hotel Diea. So ignorant indeed is
Frances Partridge of the institution that she located
it on the wrong side of a very large block of build-
ings-assigning a passage and stair-way entranfice in-
to the Hotel Diez from N'otre Danme-str6et! Nor was
this a mere lapsus lingute:. I gave her time to recov-
er: Maria-for they assisted .i, -.i. ',-,i,. ..,'i' oth-
er-gave her a kind hint to r c ..., ,.iu i- tishe
did not "take," and three times distinctly,t,'id she
repeat the fatal ,ii i.,Lk. In the course of various
other questions, she- stated that-within her know-
ledge, a new stone wall-had been erected across
a particular cell ,. timil lt,: .h i.- :-,unti r Tl :.
story was untrm-r On Lk-r.I asl.. wld,%% .t1L1i 'Ll .iC.- .
lars had been :,..., Ih' wl,,_.-.,I h.:.J Jdring the pres-
ent season, sh ,eLird thi ,Lt lth.. had all bcen. thor-
oughlily white-washedthrouglihout, this season-and
that she had herself assisted in white-u'ashing them
-and asked Il |.,1 if they had not formerly been
engaged in l It .,-lik t.:.g.-tl'.. To 'which Maria as-
sented. A'oX it is afl'ct th/at neither of the c,?.',., inr
the Hotel, Dieu hits 'ever been, white-wtselet .ii ,il -
Sneither the present year, nor in years past. Not a
particle of white-wash has been used beneath the
first story, and the walls are as bare of lime as when
taken from the quarry The examination iwas pur-
sued, especially with Maria, until the proof was clear
as light, that they were both, in all respects, lying
impostors. Under these circumstances, 1 gave my
views to.lh,: i rirl...,,,ii present, and begged, them to-
discard them at once. But as I lt..i;,li they ap-
peared to place'more c .;'il.- I.: hii ,r, .. -rd than
in mine, I retired. TI|.-. tr,- iid i.-J to stay longer;
but I told them it would do no good. The fact was
r. u', un.Iu, -!tion'ibbl, t."iat.they had neve" l, ..n ir.lh.-
Cuii ,cil, mid -,rl'n and bandy words iIL tl'.-il I
would not. One Rev. gentleman waxed angry, and
said that he had as good a right to pronounce mem a
liar, in saying that 1 had been in thie nuatiery, as.1
had tp pronounce those women liars. Of c...is. I
took i. have-pained Il-it men'of sensee should
show .i l. *, 'firii rind *,Il:. th.i,,. I\...3 to be -m ade
such egregiousdupes of, by two'ofthe most shallow
impostors that 1 ever saw. .The apostle speaks of
certain men in latter days, who. :laon,., otl, things,
were to"ninmake captive .i ly ,:ii..-r_.' ile case is
here reversed. "'Silly womnw" are "making cap-
tive" men of sense. How melancholy to see grave
theologians, and intelligent laymen, thus pinning
themselves .to the .aprons of such, women But
enough. W.L. S.




Of Ohio. .

Of Xa"-1York.
1MLiFL \\ KIN<.;.
S: \\ ILL \tII P'ECl KII M

We f ,ih l..dajy C.(',l Sr.,.'i account-of his visit
td :he H.:,t:l D,.-i Nuir,,i.,Y at Montreal. It will be
seen that i,;: i:.n'.,:;,.a of the falsity of Maria
Monk's book are ,very positive. He examined ev-
ery part of i,.:. ltui..iri-, oit.J, .with two or three ex-
ceptions, ti.-r:d .:i'..i room andappears to ha-ye
1] i:'i. i-y ',rp-.rluiiili' of forming'a c.:i,-i [ii ,,
up..,, i,,: ,, ..i \ ... havea'li ay stood- aloof from
thir,=., :rii I ., ii, i I,, has been carried on respect-
In, tle tjti or li -t.lood of Maria, lMonk's state-
mients. Pacts have beenh'-stated ao diff'erently-by.. i
fi'i.did and by her fops, that we- have been unable to
form .it, ~aiili'.,il..,ij opinion upon the subject. We
haveroeid her book, and while it was almost it 'i.
ble to credit the horrid transactions e.-corded in its
pages, we could not but observe that every thing
ii.i Jdii .t .-JI ... ii minute and particular a manner asto
render an examination of their truth extremely easy.
We are still of opinion tiat every thing has not been
done that can be doime, cnd that ought to be done to
.enlighten the p)ublie mind upon this. most important
affair. Maria Monk has publicly demanded an in-
Svestigation by a committees, accompanied by herself.
Thipsis but reasonable; it is but i:._'ri'-._.iiir' 'tlh,. ac-
cused and thIe accusers, and conducting the trial in
lHIe p-.-:.. i.:.- *jl' both. IIt i,. i- book be false, this is a
certain way of proving it so; it is a, iiiiilt'itit.ii
which only thie guilty party ujeed fear, andh to oppose
which cannot but,give rise to urt" no-r',rb -,l,' i;:.:i:,ri, '
Public opinion demands sucti ;an e.:. imo-,t.'a .ii, arid
will be satisfied with nothing short of it. ,! -

T, Tmis last and decidedly the first boat-in appearance
and a,... *' ii.i,'i,,..- ioii. built by' the Ti ...p. p.,,i -it...
Cpmpany to i,l b'anv.:.-i Pr.. id,.'..-,? aud New York,
-arrived at the wharfyesterday morning. The Narra--
ui,-<-, seit New York at GA a, on Tuesday, and was-
in Newport at Ihl ip'['l 7 r as, having encountered mm'
strong north east wind during the 'wI,.:1i. r i,; iie -
She is the finest model for speed thalm ,.:.' hr,:. ,.i
seen-576 48-'95 ton's, 212 1-2 feet on deck, 27 beam,,
depth of hold 10 feet 4 inches, has 30 berths in the-

ladies' cabin,.141 .in the .gentlemen's .cabin,-130 cots,
and can accommodate 300 passengers. The cubir, m
furnished in the most approved style,, and, nothing
seens.to ,:b. %i"'in.. .:m:.t, the comfort of'trav-
.ellers. .. .
SThe speed of the. Narragansett has not yet been
tested. With an'engine of 300 horse powcr,,andwith'
such a beautiful model, she must rival the swiftest in
tl..: United States. We notice an imiprovement,wvhicim
is decidedly one of the greatest yet made-it is the
hivriz.,inial i Ofi.ti hoftli'icrnlo..~ It occupies so small
a iri-,. aindl mcak-s so little noise, that one caihardiy
blb.-?v.- ihat it is in full-play. Capt. Coleman,,w'ho is
acknowledged to.be genitleinmanly 'and skilful-,'lias the
ci,.,r mniir .o' the NI'rraaanisci: Sir.he ill eiavethe
Dep.i i'ith tlIhe L-.xir jt..r. to-day rit iAIlt'1.i:t 1,'i P i.

,Tlie, Hr, FR.,'. i GANGER is on a visit to tmhe
city of Nlew York.

roim mLie ,J ion, D i l .\lA 1 il;ir.
TheI' ship Eliza-fjEtli Bruee, Capt R.-Ier. irriv,'d
herie ve:tedand br .n in Lonilon ppc-rsi t[ S-ptem-
ber 12, and Live rpi...;l .:,i the 13th.
The new F-r, i.,i Miistim was oruaniad iiith lie
cxcepilr'n ot' tle d p.It m.lp 'tin s i \\'o,, and C ,ni ,-rt.t "
Llie I'Frncio ul"n ,Mi.i \ass txpecte'd to be .ll.-I b
lVIarhal-Soult. The list was published in the Monr.-
tear on t.he17th.a follows: '
SC.urit -Mole, P)i-5ihlentl .: I t? Council atiAd Minis-
ter of F,,i,'igr, Aflfirj
lmr P-,:,iI. ieep.r-r .,l' tiheSeals Minister of Jus-
tice and Public Worship
Vice Admiral Rozanel, Minister of Marineand the
Colonies. -
Mr. De.Gaspari., Minijter.of the Interior.
Mr. Guizot, Minister of Public Instruction, atd
Mr, Duchatel, Minister of the Finances. -
There was an alarm in Paris of a new conspiracy
to assassinate theoKing, but it had died-away, and it .
,a d,:i. .1 whether it had any real foundation.
\re d.. i.i. perceive any indications 'of "i ina-
terial change in tle money market in London. The
Morning Herald of the 10th remarks, that the cotil-
mercial world "are becoming seriously alarmed at
the present aspect of the money market" It goes
onto remark that the course of thie Bank to Lng-
land ii, ii, .. t .l ll l ii.illea.' bLills, had had tie,
ffect I-iiA-I, ra -i.t, .:.l -'I. b in Laicashire, Scot-
lan'f and Dublin.
Accounts are received'from Madrid tu Sept. 1.'.
News :'. ,-t i., I P'.. I there on the 30th August, which
,:-ut'.l a good deal of alarm, tliat the troops of Don
-'- ,h-, under Gomnez, in considet.ble, in force, were
iii i,.. neighborhood of Guadalaraga, only 311) miles
,.n ',i1 Lid Gen. Lopez, oneo-qf the best of the
Qiu i'- U.iIerals. met Goinez with 2000 mein, and
wis'decisively defeated. Other troops from Madrid
marched, against Gomez, and lie afterwards retreat-
edh. Tie British legion remained inactive for want
.l'.:,. Thenew 'Spanish Ministry were raising
funds by a forced loan. Tihe troops of Lopez,'con-
..-t.d of the mutinous troops of La Granja, .which
forced the Queen to swear to th,,..n-titii'., N,..r.
ly .he whole of them were'taken in,..s. ]i, 1,: 'I,,
tihs"Genne'a!. The artillery was also taken, arid sev-
eral.officers were killed. ',
.\.'.:..-o, l d be. ii ii, :.ii i, l Fom thie ru1.irtii. -
S)., dill.i, which ii ii d ilii d li:'steatnbo;,i igi i,
,. hieli htltlv ,u,.lI.,i, j .ftorm, lihad been recovered.
1 .lh.iui ]irjl iii i '.la- .J ii l', i h i rill iiilll. i A n-
olher account states that ti:. 'j1,,..,,., .- ',xpect-
edto reach B-,:..- "l l, ii the end ofJune.
It was stated, oi the authority ofa private letter
firom',Rome, thaitt the Austrian government had in-
terfered in behalf ot thle sons ofPrinc; Li..i. ii Bl,,i.
parte,.and that the-only punishment i,,,cl:,.,iiJ t...
inflicted on them would be a prohibition to enter again
t h e P ., r .. ,i i i i : -
Mr. lsturitz, the late Spanish fMhi, r. lias arrived
intEngland, I.' ..,' v dfLisbon.
Mr. Green made an ascent in hii.nammriotli bill-.
,,r from Vauxhall Gardens.ohi the '0ti:, He was,
''',-. .1 ,l.,ight persons, viz: Mr Hil t1 i'J
tp' l_',irr;.,, Ir. Holland, Mrs. Green, e i[. i.'n.,en.
Mr. E.- Gye, NI HIr ughes. ahnd Mr. James Greeni
making a :.,. i, ..ri.,, P in all. '-They ascended rapid-
ly in presence of an immense number of spectators,
to a height of two and a half miiles. Tli.:- ;i....
li..,w -m,- ci,.i- ,,dl but they had n.-.t i,:it mil. d ni.,-
lir. Ir,. i ..u,,iil ,:.t' it mile beforethey found .them-
selves in a brilliant sunshine.. They floated first to
the-east and then to'the southeast, and di. ... iid,:d
near the village of Cliffe in Kent, whliere they slept.
SThe party were much delighted by their, 'xcusicn.
AMr Gi dlIamll imiic.' an ascent on the 6th ina vio-
i-..-u, tludid.- -:],.. r.. He described the trip as ex-
Strehiely.trand,fi.m,. the ,;, :-)rdi. Pi appearance of
'.ii- ,-lr,,,]-. 1, l i t- l n ,' 1X ii i l.,_litning, w which
imel e I -Il .hI 1.'r beneath him. Hlie -was obliged to bail
.h:l 'A..,-.r .:i "of'his car, .owing to the' torrents of
la.ai ,i.n hmi. IIi.-Hie ascended more than three niiles,
Sand at 'tli greatest altitude, found thec cold very in-
"temsEe. '-
Parliament wias not expected to meet foY the des-
patch of business before the first week' in February
nex "
King Otimo of Greece, it is stated, is to marry a
princess of Oldenburgh. ThIe marriage is to be cele-
brated in October. This princess is related to the
Emperor of Russia.
The Thames Tunnel now advances at the rate of
41-2 feet a week. More thanri 700 feet of 1:300 are
now completed. Thie weekly progress will soon be
increased to 8 or 9 feet. There was lately a meet-
intg of the proprietors, anid assurances were given
that the work will be completed.
The rail road from Brussels to Antwerp. which is
1_ ..,,;:; :.I length, lias beeir open Ibour months,.
ar i Hi itt time lihas carried 430,000 passengers, at
an average fare of a fraction over a franc. Thie cost
of the road was 4,500,000 francs.
Gen. Jaclkson's letter to the Governor of Tennes-
see, disallowing Gaines'. requisition, is published in
thie Morning Chronicle of tlhe 12th.
A steam company,-to run boats between Van Die-
maln's Land and New South Wales. was in coriitem-
plation, and likely to. be established.
Imports of cotton at Liverpool this year to Sept
1),L.17,397 bales; sales (!)5,000 bales. Imports til-
last week 19,327;, sales 15,760.
LONDuON, SVpt. ].-A Bordeaux letter of the 26th
inst. says:-'"Wee h..ve received further details ren-
specting thIe battle of Lodosa. Gehi. Iribarrea's bul-
letin, instead of being been underdrawn. It i1th u,.'-ii nir.-rltin.j that the
real number of prisoners i,.; l,14 instead it',iiii A
depot ofarm s and twerii, 1 i..i t'll ,ti.. i|i,. hi,.J,
of the Christines. TheC'-rhiiit pris.-.l.-ri, fim rli .-
Srefractory., now become \.:-lli.tJ Uxlulan.- ih.', ,-
-thusiassm of tilhe Q-j1,L '. tioil;" r \t. idiii .,%I.. i,
tl m .kl. dI r j l' t ,.. ,,, t ..1 it p, .] ,' if,, .. ., ,
pri n 'e-s h-iv,' t:il,.-n ih.. ,ii. ill, to I, (' C ,..nt ii-ii ln
.t'",] h l.. ,!t '|.; [ ,Il r. ', ilh l] h i u,' ^ 1 i i h ,,.|-r li m a.il.l;,h
after his defeat int L.d.,.et, lit %, ihl Iih, smf-r t. L iii,
anid submitted himself and his followers to the dis-
lposal of the Queen. IHc is reproached with having
pIlurpl-sly suffered himself to be beaten, for fear of
tiii- b,.,riln to a court martial; but lie could not
helpl being beaten, for his men, being without food
and pay. were envious of their adversaries, wvho were
condition .',..] ii .. crl .-'i n.J there-
.l... Ilc Iia.- probably bil .id--.:r.I tja ai,,n u useless
,.i.f,,... ;1..:,f blood." ,
u L ,.I-p -,:.,: says another account, that as soon as
the news of the,victomry spread abroad, the militia
forces of Viana and Logrono, going together, sallied
forth, and brought in, after a smiart chuce, 250
prisoners in addition to those taken during the ei-
gegement. Thus no less than 1,150 prisoners result
fromn this affair alone. .
C, .d.\1lA, 'l i.i.. Spanish minister at Paris, des-
p.al, Ih d ..,, t..: ta.,tl, c.l August an extm-aordinarv cou-
r,, .., I,-. i 111.-, i,,1... ti cmonvoying- the formal refusal
I'lh ,; .\,,., ,i-.'.r in, comply wit'h thIe orders which
were transmitted to him a f'ew days aio, by M. Cala-
trava, to take, and to cause the subjects of her Cathao-
lie Majesty to take, thiaeoath of the Constitution of
1812. The Secretary, all the officers of the Lega-
tion without distihetion, and the Consul residing at
Paris, have signed individually a similar refusal.'
Luse.u., Sept. 1.-From Spain we have' no impor-
tant news to-day, but a very sinister report of serious
.Jirl,,--'.'_,': -at Madrid, wimch, "as it. is found in a
.a "in-it 1r. li,: to exaggerate tile evils and difficul-
tii-.. 1l ,: I.'..ritilutional party, we' hope is not cor-
react. It is amongst our extracts. Cordova arrived
t ati Bayonne onn tle 2Gth. Toreno is said to have
,i. ihvd S trii.l,,i r. 'inn I,,i utay to England or France.
I 11.. ,I Ii T i ,:,'.,.:.i tlI,' ,. Ivt es fbr, the m-ecent defeat
I:.f h,.. ..e i in-p,.-. trim_. tli.t the Carlist Chief Castoi
Ihic....i.i ,,. d .1, i,:t...r .':r Iriarte, and compelled
hin to retire to Santatnder. Tile g-reatest dissensions
are siil p"" i ,;i ,u i,.ihead quarters of Don Carlos.
and V iii, R.:-al ii i,, -l,.ited leave to give up the coin-
mand c -F.ri. as i,, i
iLetters and papers friom Madrid to thie 2'2d ult. have
been received. By a royal deer. e, dated the 21st~the
Qieen Regent has restored to their respective ap.
rJ':uIi l'-'ih I mli.t.--' : It 11.,, ex-deputies and oti.er pe'r-
sona removed by Isturitz, in consequence of their ad-
herence to .tthe It!Endizabal Administration. A second
t ii decree announces lhe re-appointinent of Con.
<-.,hll to the comnmand-in-chief mmf the arm, of the

north; Gen. Sanl Miguel, who first proclaimed the
-Comnstitution of 1812 at Saragossa, to the chief com-
mand of .the army of the centre, and to remain captain
J.i ii of'Arragon; the Marquis of Mansaludjcaptain .
general of Estremadura; Doni Antonio Qui-Marcilla.
military governor of Badajos. This the appointment
oflGem. iaarsfield to thle chiefcommrand of tie army
,l ..,p.. I..,n 11 d:. ,:,.ii d almost as soon as it is signed.
5.joi,,, di ,tji b'-irc..- tork place at Madrid on.the night
of thie l8th, inconsequence of a quarrel between the
National Guards, the citizens, and a portion of Que-
'i,;J-,' ',.:,-,, but happily it was ,quelled without the
el'.i'.:.n nf' ,much blood. The Conmstitution of 1812
has been proclaimed thiroughout ihe whole of the_._
kingdom of Arragon. On the 16th it was solemnly
proclaimed.and swor.bato inBarcelona, by command
ofGen. Minia. Calatrava has appointed the 21st for
( -ii[.n.:inr., ii Ministry. -,It was supposed thatMen-
diu A bI .:.l id decline acceptingoffice before the meet-
ins, of the Cnrfes. when he is to defend himself
t.aii ii,; h chi.-,r,-.., preferred against him by Isturiz.
'Of 'sturiz' and his- colleagues nothing positive is
known, but that they keep themselves concealed.-
Since their arrival in Madrid, the Q,ueen Regent has
appeared well. reconciled with the newstate of'-tihings.
The Council of Ministers hamS decided that the'Cortes

sh.,Al be "an'., >.,t. ir m Oct.L.be'1r arid time' the i,ro'
clamatl.,n ..ln n.I h C,.i,.tiutila] ol fli I 1 ,av.ng eiTcctu.
al. annul-i.d thet I.'t ,:l.ci.:-n. new deputies are m.,
be chosen a.c-ordir.g i, thie sy-te.ini of' tie Con titu.
tion of 1812, but the number for the Peninsula and
lice adj.:.iring laLd1 is tod.be increa.mrid to vzN-.
Extract ,: .ia in-tter from MrinOdm 1 a'.:d tiLh 21ct i int
"Time Q|..;|n i. R.:,lht. l, sin?:' ih, r..',irn- froin La
Granja, lhas issued several remarltable decrees, which
show that she is determined to march straight for-
ward in thie path of- the Constitution. All the per-
sons who were so churlishly dismissed by the late
ministry- have-been restored. The Carlists who con-
trived to keep their places, and thereby secretly and
effectively conspire against the Government, have
been pointed at by the ":,il.I.: ;iiJd;.,.ai,,a ..i,,d willbe
all shortly displaced, amli i..- [.julb.' .l-.:.- I ,-.d from so
many 'enemies,'who were supported "Vv the revenues
of the State. The most important object, .however,
at present, is to form a Cabinet. Several combina-,
tions have been talked of,- but thie following is tlie
most probable :-M. Arguelles, to be President of the
Council, and Minister for F.,r.. ic n A-'S.ir, m. Cala-
trava,'Minister ofJustice ; i L.idc,-,, .:.' ti.- Inte-
rior; M. Escovado, of the umu.::, tuil ii.. arrival
of M. Ferran; mand'M. Ciaaon. of tlie Marine., Gen-
eral Rodil was to have been Mlinister of War, but
has been appointed to command the army of the
North. It is supposed that M. Seoane, tie present
-Captain Genderal of Madrid, will be Minister of War.
Gen. Evariste San Miguel, is appointed to the coni-
mand ofthe army of tie centre, in the room of Gen.
Qniroga, to be Captain General of Grenada:'
Thie 'Ecb del Coiumercio affirms that the Ministers
*mave taken measures that the elections which are
now to be-imade according to the Constitution of 1812,
shall not occupy more titan three months; and that
it has laid dwun tihe: basis of one Deputy for every
50,000, instead of one in every 70,000, in order to ob-
tain' an assembly aIs numerous as if the American Col-
onies had not withdrawn themselves from theltnother
country, and continued to send representatives, ac-
cording to' thIe Constitution inu 18:12. TIhe following
ar-. J..- ,.il: relting to thie transactions of thie evening
ofth .. I-.il. -In the course of tile day, the troops
'from St. Ildefonso made their triumnlhal' entry into
Madrid. Garcia, the Sergeant, who lihas been pro-
moted to tie rank of Captain for his services to the
constitutional cause. which elevation has very much
r.. aii ii. l l. .:in i .. : .in horseback by the side of
<,. mu l.:..ll. :i( i II.u-' t .ifile provincial guard. All
ltn ..'.I.J: r: i.. .. .., :... iil.... thie Constitutional
colors, in their caps. They were doubly intoxicated,
by liquor, and their rood opinions of tiiemselves.-
Some of time 4th battalion of the royal guard, who hiad
signalized themselves at St. Ildefonso, oi passiingthie
.3d battalion, which had remained at Madrid, and who,
in the eyes of their comrades, had committed a great
fault by obtaining the good opinion ot the unfortu-
niate Quesada, uttered severe sarcasms. A qitarrel
ensuMd, which at last ended in bloodtihe combattahts
shouting in opposition to each other, on one side,
:"Long live the absolute Queen !" and on. thie other,
':Long live tihe constitutional Queen !" The author-
ities had not -had time to raise their voices.. The staff
MdJ.j iiiJ i..:.r jsue.d any order of the day, and
11 tllim ..., ..-.ldP:_- hurried'to the barracks of the 3d
a.',.lh..,. '.. ii .. li- h erpose of punishing the traitors.
A brisk him .,in ..I' musketr'y took place between the
soldiers who-had barricaded themselves in the bar-
racl'ers,'and 'their besiegers. At : n ,.. ii .,. iuiia. [int
attack began; at-lii. ': >in'. .'.i-ea nfa.rtil-
lery were brought a,.j pl-h,:.t. 11i,.iii ,.i'- t i,..i :ti :
They had been fired six times, when the Captain Gen-
eral, who had planted twoothler guns in the Clla de
la Libertad, ail.a'r;1 saI|l, .single aid de camp. and
commanded i,. I,-,... --d I.. surrender; the seven
hundred men who had held out so long ..ain-lt lie
Whole garrison, at once capitulated ; and -.. Ih,]r.g.
down their arms, declared that they were a-- t ie .1.,-
stitutionalists as. their comrades, but felt :.i.%-'. I.
bomud in honor to repel force by force. The next
morning, the soldiers of the two contending hat'I-
ious, the 3d and 4fh, met, expressed theirmtu I t..a
gret at Wwhat had passed, and-were completely recon-
ciled. .
The Bank of England, in .consequence ofthe large
exports of gold to the' United States, have refused to
discount the paper of the principal American houses.
The names of the houses were Wiggins, Brotawn, Bar-
ings, Wildes, Morrisons. 'Crydenis & Co'., Wilson &
Ligardi. The matter, was however subsequently ar-
ranged, and the determination oif the bank was re-
voked. The London Morning Chronicle'gives the
following account of an interview between the hou-
ses in question and ithe officers of thIe Bank.
"We .learn that the measure pursued by the Banlk
of England, in l ,11 .., out the paper of some lead-
lng American houses, was beginning to excite alarm
in Lancashire ; in consequence of which thie Bank o
Liverpool deemed it necessary to send a deputation
to wait on the Governor and Directors, to confer with
them on a measure-of so much importance to the
commercial interest of the country, particularly as
the Bank of' Liverpool deemed the steps taken by the
Bank of England now unnecessary, inasmuch as spe-
ciel had ceased to be exported to'the United States,
which was the alleged cause of declining to discount
American bills. .
The deputation arrived dn Tuesday at thie Bank,
about 12 o'clock, where they remained aboutrtwo
hours in conference with tlhe Governor, Deputy Go-
vernor, and Mr. Horsley Pahlimer, and after a very full
discussion ot all points bearing on the question at is-
sue, it was understood that now no obstacle would be
thrown in. the way of discounting American' bills
arising out of fa; t.; r- t; ,. i,-,n- ; but there
was a wisli:h on I,- ',ri .1: ii, ;1ini; ,, i. checl k such
foreign State -egotiattioinsas would have a tendency
uo drain tthe country of specie.
We understand-there was a -most distinct assur-
ance on thie -part of the Bank, that the bills which
they declined discounting did not arise from the least
j -...bit .' ii..,n respcctability.'but, on the other land,
"I,. .. a ,, ., J "their rejections to th.e paper of houses
,of known wealth, respectability, and resources, to
prevent inconvenience and alarm." '. '-,
Madrid Journals of the 22d ull. were last ni-o'lt re-
ceived. The official Gazette of that day contains a
Royal decree, appointing General Rodil Minister of
War, and investing him at the samee time with the
chief command of thIe Army of thie No-rth. Briir-
adler Don Andres Garcia, Caii. v was to conduct in
his abseincethe affairs of th-..- \V Diepartment.
Royal .1.,. '., ,... -Persons who profess to have
much :II..-tt.:.. i n the subject of court movements
.and 'a-a,'ji ii, .l,-,:;. :.sseit that the royal object of
his l;a |,.:.I|m|. i l i-,ic ''s visit to Louis' Philippe has
been at last attaified, amnd that the young Eing's mar-
riage with Princess Clementine,' of Orleans, (the
Fronch King's youngest daughterr) 'is now a sttled
oisint. Tine .licsso~gs-e states tma~t a. formal demaand-
for the hand of the Princess is to be made by the
King of Naples, immediately after his return to Na-
ples : and adds-"The negotiation was carried on be-
tween the Queen aud her nephew. The dower is
settled at 6,000,000 francs; 4,000,000 of which are to
be at the disposal of his Sicilian Majiesty, and the re-
maining 2,000,000 are to be invested it land in
France. Madame Adelaide is to present tlie jewels,
and the bride's froaessesmae."
TThe Frenchih Courts have lately pronounced some
important sentmdncos, of which the repetition mmay
prove fiatal to the system of duelling. Timye have
given damages to the widow or orphan, to be levied
on the sla-er. Thie Royal Court of Bomdeaux seems
to have set the example, by giving the .'widow Cheb-
ulet dlnmags against Dutheuil, who had'killed her
husband in a duel. It applied the same principle in
another case;: and an appeal being made to the Court
of Cassation, the" sentence was confirmed. The tri-
al of'younng Si'vey, for killing M. Durepane in a du-
el, has occupied the Assize Court of Paris for mnana
days, and it tn'rminated on Sunday, by a' verdict cnl'
damages in favor of thie widow.
PAsts, Ace. 30.-Very deplorable accounts were in
circulation this evening rehttive to thi. state of Spain.
Though they are communicated to us by persons who
are well .iifrmind, we gie them without warranting
t hI e truth' of th e facts. "
Itt was said that thEi Ministry ofCtIatrava was'ove--
thmrowrt (still' under the'influence of time nailtary in-
surrection,) and that muen belonging to time "inferior
ranks of the airmy. lad seized rin power--that~his new

ratiksiof thadb-e am tdsie r ioyrta-hsns
revolution iad been accomplished in the name of Isa-
bella and the Quieeu .. "- -i,. till tIme,revolutionriists
shall have. resolved to .w.i ,i in. vain formality, wvhich
can-not fail soon to happen.
It was added that a reward hiad been offered for tihe
heads ofToreno and Isturitz.-Lat Pacix.

Boston Police.-tu old offendler.-Last v week the
-case of Obadiah Gordon was alluded to. lie being in
possession of a quantity ofgoods supposed tobe stolen.
The examination of' the case was postponed to the
11 th, and the goods advertised. Mr Ephraim Talbot,
of Scituate, It. I. seeing the description of the'goods
in one of thie papers, amnd having had his store broken
open o n the 30th ult., came to Boston, and found part
-of the property stolen from his store. Thie goods
were in the possession of Constables Cooledge and
Peirce, who had stopped them, and had arrested.Gor-
don. Mr Talbot applied to the authorities, of Rhode
Island to have Gordon carried .'li.,- frair iiuli, bui w:iai
not successful in his application, and he rot-lirnm.d to,
Boston, to prosecute Gordon here.,
: On tie examination yesterday, Gordon offered no
defence. He is a. man ofvenerable .ri arisnd -ray
hairs; but it has been the 'mnisfortunc :.1'i th- nn ito be
put on his defence before. is was i.niia.-,l i- r.ive
bail in $1000 to take his trial at theM...i.;IC... mr,
and was comntmilted-Bostow ,atts. "

^mssaeauar Trr.g, 5gr,,q,~.,jminmia
It is our paini'j duti to ann..-unt- Ili.' di3Lh oftihe
R.-rverind ,%. 1M Da, ID D. I..L. D., nr,.1 tfor a lorg
period the PrcsIdent of Brown University. 'He de-
parted this life on the night of Tuesday last, in the
68th year of his age'. He presided over Brown Uni-
versity, from. 1802,. till his resignation in 1826, and
conducted thd affairs of tlhe college with a success
highly honorable to his talent -,'.j iearian. :.
When Providence-became a City, he- was elected to
the honorable trust of' Alderman, and -discharged its
duties with faithfulness and assiduity for a nui,,er ,ri
ears, until he declined a further election. In his do-
nmestic relations, he was a most affectionate father and
husband; as a friend, warm-hearted and constant-
and in his intercourse with society,'kind, cheerful,
and ofscrupulous i.'..it, 1 Hle .died as hlie lived, a
firm, consistent, and unpretending Christian. We
trust that a more extended obituary, which will do
justice to his merits, will 'hereaftLer appear. The time
of his funeral will be announced to-morrow.

from the Univcrsity of Paris, proposes to. give three
Lectures on Animnal Magnetism, at tlhe Mechanics
Hall, in this city. The Introductory lecfnre,-wlhich
is to be gratuitous, will be delivered on Friday eve-
ning. :
It is an interesting branch ofscience, and from the
testimonials which Mr.-P. brings with him, we p.,:
sume that he is a eompitent lecturer. For particu-
lars sec Advertisementt. "

r The steam boatMassachnsetts had not arrived :
when our paper was put to press. She is probably
detained by the stormy N. E. gale which has blown
from Monday until yesterday afternoon with a heavy
Strain. .

&.The Charlestoni Patriot of the. 3d inst. announces
the death ofthe foreman in its printing, office, Wil- "
Hiam- Gray. .
S".OQn Saturday hlie was in apparent health, and dis.
c harming his duties with his usual assiduity, until 5
P.M., when symptoms of Cholera appeared; and
though instant resort was had to medical aid, the dis-
ease baffled all remedy -'and terminated fattally at
About 9, A. M." .

MARYLAND.-The Baltimore Chronicle announced
Sthe arrival.at Annapolis, of two more eo fl .: 1ii.. us
nineteen," and it was'expected that they would fol-
I low the'example of' Mr. Sehoian, obey the will of their '..
Constituents, and qualify themselves as Electors.

ans, Stephen C. Phillips, and George Grennell have
been nominated by the Whigs for re-election to Con-
Sgiess. -Mr. Fletcher, nroninated from tihe Suffolk
I District, Bostn. is a native of New Hampshire, and
r is one of the most accomplished lawyers and estima-
l.i- hir. ir, N.,w England. 11 was formerly a Rep-
- ,i,:':l.'. l'-..,ii New Hampshire.

l'-.ii.:I.- l'a Letter to their Editor of the Savannah
G .:r. rn, d .dJ *T%, i.'.., 1i.v i ,E F ) Sept. 28.
tGov. -,11I. iih Iet-i^ Le,, lyui.i -,i,.( '190{} men,
consisting ofthe Tennessee Volunteers and the citizen
e soldiers of Middle and West Florida, -vas to cross the
SRiver Suwanee on Monday or Tuesday last. The
SGovernor intends marching immediately for-the N4-
tion. '
S"Gen.-Jessup, with 1000 regulars and-600 Indians,'i
is either .at Tampa Bay or at the north of the Oujth-
" lacoochy."' .
SJAC-So0VILLt, '(E F.) Sept. 28.
M. ore Indian Djepredations-Tlie niail carrier fl'on
Tallahassee,lwho arrived last Saturday evening, states
That on Friday last, hie met a man nearly naked, and
almost dead with exhaustion, near Ocean Pond, be-
-'x -I,"ear ceanPond.b.
Stween Alligator and Suwanee. This' man, named
f-Hunter, said that on Wednesday morning of last
week, about.fifty Indians attacked a house near Or-
ange Pond, occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Uptegrove and
e himself, .all advanced'in age. Mr Uptegrove' was
Skilled. Mrs. Uptegrove fled from tlie house through
Stihe back door. Mr HIunter says lie saw four or five-'
Indians running close aftei her, having shot at her
"'h,-,ul F..u -. pr.. h.,r llI,.mht. She was undoubtedly
: Zl,. 11 ain, Iill. d b% I. p pursuers.
I .. HI,,.. r,- .t i-. escape to a pond, and got
into it as far as lie could. The Indians surrounded
Sthe pond, and remained on guard for him till near
Sday-light the next morning, hen they left, doubtless
supposing their intended victim was drowned. Near-
!24 hours did Mr Hunter remain in the water with no
Part but his face- out, so' thathe could breathe. In'
this way lihe eluded their vigilance, and after the de-
parture of ihe Indians he lfeft the pond and endeav-
ored to make his way to thle nearest lost, where lie
was found by the mail rider. He had been without
food from Wednesday morning till Friday.,
.The mail rider assisted Mr Hunter along till meet-
ing, with two individuals going to Alligator Fort, who
took the suffering man under their protection.
:Some gentlemen arriving in town yesterday, re-
port that the, bodies of Mr and Mrs. Uptegrove-have
been found.' Hers was in a pond where she had been
'- shot. Hlis-was mangled and seven or eiglft bullet
holes through it. A light wood knot was lying near
Switch blood and hair on it, with which the Indian had
Seat out his brains. "
This is another instance in our vicinity of Indians
committing barbarities upon females.
It is supposed by some, that those Indians were
Creeks, on .their way to join thie Seminoles.' Others
think them Seminoles, and the same band that comn-
mitted the outrage on Mr Johns. This is quite prob- .
S!ble. -,- *h pl artymade asingular escape. The passes
s h r,.si.j pond were"guarded by'1Major Pierce's
command, and in fact lie strung hisa men from Black
Creek almost toq the Santa Fe bridge, and-yet no trail
of that party was discovered. They'may, on finding
tielir way guarded, have turimed their course .rilb,
in order to direct attention in that direction, so that
they might make their escape southward.
.* MB, So.roa.-Sir---'lhaive reeent.iy asen and conversed wttir
Mr. Gort,,i, Hise subscriber of tile mnaenxpd eeti'tleuta, and alse.
Mi.. C.,,,i.., i h., ,, ., that Eltl is rlitircty cured, and is new-
el .1 .it 3,,.., 1 jllli. l iJAMES EAMES.
] '1 11i n ,'' I i. .,[ : 1833.
', a .. I -. I d ai. ELO, Apiri 2G, 183f.
I certily thatlalmost eight yea s a... I .,;f.,.. h 1 h r a
tinn r i' her riatm L,,.., which i' i,,,,.i i,." -. ...., ,
a slirceo i, lt i' -i .'rt- ij .' to bem. .. il. 11 i ii, ips ur i

iiii~'rat~on mus iiiluc ..., i.,,i, ,i, ., ,in,. ii,.-..,,i i ,hi, cancer
wIas not rat nuit. .\i 11, 1,.: ... ,,. ,,,, ;r ini~n r
was discovered in lier 1,-ft breai I,, ,. I h, 'ii ,,. a.. Ilared
liuat lie also cut out ias soon as:, i-r *i i ,, ,|.,." If'it.
This last iiientlo-icladtu hor bet I U1, ", i, l i iiii,, i I| i
S lc l teinler last, e i lh.- *,.j ,'., ...t .i.... I, ,. ,,i.d I .1 ,hi io D Tr.
M. M hity-re, lt I,.,,',l,h r,<-, .i,,,J , ; ;,I ," i.^,' ;y th
iio-atiiifl.r 11,ili~,;,., :,ns l ei~erhiis nitric,, maid direrieins, tHe
"-in i"" I, i".ia a e .. t..e.st ceased
S I .L ,i...... ,, i' i.li limo hr'haviig diih inisljhedt ile'haifin
size, is fast.disaiip;irring. EDWIN (ORTON. olO
S-NOTl-ICE.-'rtho siilscrilher uviil ,1, i,,l ih...,, bsn isinehts D
tie way of inrtchasing RfceNaval Stoi' ii iI... Timber &c,
i.1, ,. -,..'., .1 sallcalt ioercliaadise, at 1Aitniniin ton, N'. C.
.I ',. I. I..V i"' lri olur on c dayssnt the iu.i'iilihi: ..,, i "i^..' ft &
ltrow l; W'eybosetst, a ASA A. il.':' \' a'.r, S 27 -s

In Poimfret, (Coil.)) ,, ''lti'irsday evenanln, 6tlh Inltant, bIy tile
Rey. Mr. lloldoimai, Mr. Benjaoinh M N. i!iori' if this Lity, 1o
Miss, ti iiia C. Ellioti, daughlt r of Mr. Asahcl Etietlt of
. roliilret. ,' '

Ill this city, on iVednesday, Mrs. Marcy Barker, aged.77
years, widow of the late Isaac Barker.
Funeral, tiils iiterlooan, at half past 2 o'clock, fro-eliar late
residence, corner ol'Abori) street and Broadway.
On Wednesday morning, Witlliam Brown, ilihlant son of Mr.
Isaac B. Alle.ii,. aredI 1 year id 18 days.
S',Funeral, I-' 11I'fi-Or. nt S ,'tlcik, from his father's resi-
dence, No. *. No, ilhi MAI Iirect. Friends anid relatives are
resp,..citfully i i i .. i., .iii.. i -
Oni the 5th inislait, after a short, but distressiing illness, wliichi
slihe )oro with Christian fiortitade and patience, supported by a-
'vell-grounded hliopa of a blessed iniinortalty, Mrs. lary Cooke,
wifo of-Mr. Caleb Cooke, in the 6lthjl year of her age. i
Ifi .Greenwich; (Con.) Williiam I1. Smith, Esq., aged 6G.
years, son of Rev. lHezeliah Sminth, of Haverhaill, (Mass.)
.' 11:.I -t ,- 7 r AE. tA .', i %'.t', Fr. ...: I. r.:-
W i I.. l. i i I ir .5 i p li l: ri l>b e t UI iiit l i l l N ; L \ ; l
Ilir ;.. iil.lil.. I., tl.j r .I....1. ...I' [' ..1. ... h _,; ,. ] i.: ; lili
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BUENOS AVR?, Au". i3.-?]ii'i.lI Doubloons 125, Pa-
triot 117; Splimtsh Dolla.t 7, FPGI. :I a 7; Exchaige on
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HAVRE, Augt 3.--Ashs-Dmnand firn ; sal.' Il Il. ..t
54fa.58f' leeswax-Market fiat. i'u. miiii.a'l-Sili. Itli im-i.d
grey'at l10f30o; Cochineal Dust If 50. ..i.Ll.... l.i..
and prices feebly supported. '"Xii.- 0.-0d St. Iafi. i. i l.; i.
Rico 75; gobd lltavana SOa t, l.,ij. A.u f 4i. 'tlI1 |..Id,
186 a9lObe; 94 Bourbpu I'f 2' i I' :i.-, ito> id. l'll..,,-N.J
change Ii riti,['.: raiif'i.tLiun oderat' compar..i i liii
of the t'i. t itr,'.-iiiiti in' They ciitirise i i
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paid. i..... t\' ,1,41, l .-,
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the 1I t i i lh imer w,ll I.. l, iteditt of dealers
0r.-m li.., VARmrli 'ftil tien, private t ali s ill b arti y
u-l,. mritd l'tIicrr has been an' :Aiul mit m .ii llrtt i .

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place in -'ie latter of-Gd per stote.
English Wool, in c6nsetquence of ie reat fair ont tic
place at Bris' .1,,1 i l. Irish Wool.tf Little buiitess.
I ew stock, ., i 11 l .

LIVERPOOL, Sept. 9.-Cottou-Deuaiud lhats agail blent tiugs, tigeulther t ith i v -..Him .u.. :. n 1- h i. a iMer-
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,.r, EliLI 'Ahii i1d.3 uf Cldtber, A. D., 1-'3;
D ECRBOBED, b"i the Court, that notict be mi, .Mr
o to law, that said Court will, oit ttlir 'e u-.J ttoii
November next, at 2 o'clock, p. m., pro. t, 1iE
SCtO' ,l '.if \tillit.., Spencer, Adm inistrati r "i l -1lft, "i
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tow n, LI A ... n III r..- ,.1 P. .. .i.~ljir < f. r. I.1. fill catates
of'll~irlesi, Davidil, ewis Edwin, and Sarah Renton,
children and bi irs of'Charles Uout h lateofiort hProvidecl e,
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I i-.i~ri TI i.1 n *it i Ii. l .ds iddagain-tL Said wards, to
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ir- i. Ii h lil :1 i. ,, i hs i .- [ I l.. % -- 40 W1, T iij il f r Stre et,
in the next house west of the Arcad%,-here may be found a
koodx~ asurtmennt l~roadeIloh, Csinrh, aint ndVs


,NG[4NEEC I. WANTED, tit tjiM Ow cmirgt of an Easinp.
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T .A NTLL)-3u-' ..i I I__m.i-I A.I. C-..I Stimim-i, i 'iiwhich
YV LI.II id atll .fair|riCc Ill L u-m-Imd b I A11- I [1 t HOP-
INrin rearof 328 North fai street 6
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weeks. i' m'u \ tiL i t i ii' ii 'II 'i
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W ANTED-40 p.t coat,-pilot clth ad Petershai box

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S t elidl fir es ui i 1r ..l I. l ril pto W works. Lil-
quire of BE .J. C- .Z ENS. e:)
e i n I i I WANTED.-A mail with i family is desirous
*!^ .hl idl I. S sit latioii at So1e Manufacturing establish-
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Administrator ona said est tat l is11i.. Fin'ad F I Ii
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'B OUND ........ ...i* .. -. 'lh.' ,. I .. the -th day of Septeniber A. D., 1836, appoimttid Cooluiissiot-
I- h..I.i r.' I W .. 'ora, nl(o cau liavr it by calling at No. 37 ers Fl thu Estit ofl'amdon iaker, Ihte of said Warwirc t.
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IL "1 +U ?' ltl' ).L L ost Fr stolen eiter at : I.. ., ..11,1 u i i i. ... .,. Im I.. u 1.h .1.
.'s.._. .Iupu ill 1'rou idoiica i r m itll oi' lp tin _, ,.. l p 'rv t li t-i tl lai s Id ttui r Ii I I .. ii. .
Jtil ot A ugust, o t Ilatck i later Tt l u ....ideriI, ii tralilv worli- .. urposse,. ti Sati rday, the Hit] h ld of Marrh leXt, it 2 o'clot,
There was a plate ili front of said Trunk, on which was enl- 1. M., aithie ollc C 'V;'i; hiuhrrisllh Esq., il said WiAr-
grav'i tihue lie a of "Jaiuus 11. Ruad, Providence, I.'- wick. IiLI.iI i tiAitRiS6N,
Said 'runki contained agreed goats' hIair camlet \Ii.. I, JOtIN CAIPT'TER, Comnmissioniers.
with velvet Ciullar a;nd a Coat and Ptantalooms. 11,ul 1.1 r ALFRED READ,
bomin azine-wilhl lulldry oth 1 .ii.'I .."i(.i ii'r.L. Waawicli, O tober.7th, 1830.. ,[l0]
i .' F. 'it. hb'ii ElNiTi 111 i j 1 1 ....... ''I F '' F' I It N 1 s e .- C le r k 's O ti e. o f t lue C o u rt o f P ro b at e o f th I .
..11 111. \1> :. hilt '1i-i tLL Provuidr cetl i. l. Z -l tt't' 'h Li l i' i,-''.. -'. loth i- I .- II
o 11., ill O .1-, .d' 1..111

ii M .Il'.hI ''' ..1 il. F '..rl li .,''Ii .''. U i I I I 'in'
i.. i bI'r lOt :,:i i i,, .h in teach trading, W writing,
, Aritlh'metic, qolt 1 : i" u Ntral Philsopty, As
I 1 b.9iit '. ii' ^ \ l .* lre scholars Ma~y 11e aC-
,i 11 S .h.lchiool. -ii ; r. Briggs a11113 hIe c si t-tt'
e'T'"r' d' I i 111 l t Slaooltt i Room, 1S aV, or 't-hit r't'ilellh
," .. S 'i\. i. i.h... street.
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l .iI, Co., either. )y notitF or book a':oint, aret re-
.if. 1 i ill on thE;; subsicr before clie. 20th histanti al d
settle tle isanie o'-thlyt v -11 I: l.b: with an Attorney for col-
lectioi. )DAV[I I I '. tirvi, ing al'ter. 1
-1 A T '.NOTICE.- --Id 1 \iE ...'L i F I. I I. I
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i munber of cotton fl l ..1 r, I. h
Iiece supit erneuueIihe I odi-o' ,h I' i iii-r r-i i I..
lpls; lag silk lhandlcer hi I I '. li' i ,:ii :. 'iiii. i. i i
oilir articles.
rr', ah-.-- wr .'1rd will 1-I vi Lv-n. Irr t ir .-l n`6 1c^11-
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que.t 'd to |iresett thl.i 1. II Irlb I. r I .. 'r ite1 th r. r tur he 9th
hist. fur s'ctlcticit.: lLIAlA iVC .L IIt \1\1 .i Guardian.
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Cash p-' id for shliesp skliins nd'il hiil til s-al.F.

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nuts Ia re l. I, %i I," lrlill,. ,II.I11.I
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o'clock, i, and-be heard I. il ..f" ro.hate resls't-
aag the snmi;. NATHAN i', l I.; l..,.. Cirk. oO
&T OTI 0LP.--Onthe thir'ty-trst day of alay latithe shbscriber
-. ., i-, '.1 ''' i is stock in Ithe Easit Greenwich Man-
,I I, Ti ii1. I 11. ,1 ,,, ceaed to be I copairtner in said uh -
palty. .ALBERT C. GREENE. 3wd olO',
*".-' '.'' |I L i i, 1is
IN 1' i... I I nn In. i C I Gi'[ 1i n i' 10-II J' IF[ oni pany, is
no longer a copartnler iif said company.

R ?I hi sI.. 1 i d' -' i -- i I --I I .
nssdaI tihe niiiii 1 i l I l ; in'Ft .' I,- AN ..m i. i i .-
All pers.lo s ill 'im' -i ii-, i in. 11 1.1 the. i' 'i ii te So-
ciet.y, are cord.-.l, .i. -. I i.. iititj. .Abolitionists, from other
If,1 1ri ii .1"ui'- ..I i 1[.t-...1
tI'l ., fl-, I.11 i ii, l i .. ity, till please call at till
Sit, I-hid I ln > u N-.. Is \i' 1h lyv order:
.I .1.[ \\\ 1 h. IHtACtE,-(;or. Secretary.
V llU Ml L' i li 1. 'l iH, Al I i l.i' ''a iiii .
V f l I...[.. "'.' l ..A ., 11 .[, li-. I .
ik ul Market Square, I I. %.. P. \
[lion. ... IH ,,,. I
a L ,i '.0. L I I( S .t \ ..
IAM- i Fri i t. iF.......iinl..i n..r 11 il-- i 'i .1 the Ar-
r...,l., .ii.. lra..o i\'..t .. i ioi Ii1'1, h1 1 r lling C iatndar; I
Ir-a.I nl "- \t-,-,i'll llm1Fr, i, I i' r, 4 large C tppersand
.hlll I .ll I rri.1.. i. I ,aid W works, to
SIN.-31 b111ls. Jea;kss bes' b ,stye'int now landing for sale
oil 163 and 165 High street.
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''.1 1" i '- inilt; -; ill I,' It'| ]|'|-NI:
BEEF.-T70'Iari No. 1 Beef, Green Mountaii inspection-
lor sae bl GEORGES. ATHBONE. olO
SOOJ l Buslheti heavy whit Mfaryland Corl, just re-.
4-1 c c eived per scir.li Mary, for*sale by
oil DAVID BARTON, Ni.e. 6 and 9 We.-t W1ater st.
1j : l.l Sl.\" G F.NI',INE TAR '.\ IT.t.-'l i- ...Il...... hu
SI illll.ii l..iir L'_'siiui ;lirrl hi ae n ..i *. 1 ir*nrr ,i- i.
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I'.1 l'11. I" hilts Coliagt'e' Starc; 50 do 1ubuert's sl.r-
Sii,,, I.i ',I by JAS. G. ANTHONY
07 8 Soith Water st, ui stairs.

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-"LAID, .ribbed and .flnctt Cassinieres velvet, silk and
11 worstcd V. i..,.- l' Iliihe wool, Ilerino and rotten,
S I. i. .. T lirllas ; gu elastic
**i~l..ulr, i.. i.iiinii ln. > i I.i -.Ilack and white, plainly
il,' I I ~1 '-".'ti, KtOOD'S, 9,Arcade.
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-GUIBNETF, No.Oie(upside, hasjust received, Ini ad-
G J a ,i;]i...- t h, ,.'i '' v6 extensive iiit .' 1'..Ill
am.l ,-chh,:i, I..,' -.i. M little, I GlI'ves, inerino
Shirts tulld I Srwuv. Als.to l' nt lira r triety If fanct bhckskinu

FOR HAS' \.N'\-iml-Oitin it'l'lla.
t-ie t TI'll' bug 8.\3.ICI(.mN, hIurki., umiri mt, ill ailsit u
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" iNi'f. u-i In PC.LtItIt L ini DOLL-.i. ;, ci zium, tSWDto'i ,l1 03

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ai, A... i l ..fpic 1. -1
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& ', ih 1'o,,r or fiverornA, in- the'neigliborbood of Norri;
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S1 prize of V.I I'l 50 prizes of, 150
0 .5 4 il, 5 100
1 I ii 63 50
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40 -i 3843-
50 2000 23436 '
,-o7814 prizes, amounting to S270,100
ion ',- 1. 1 .rton.
(,lit \V, D '-'.. l-lli 'E LOTTERY, Class A.
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5. .500- 252 M ti .
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W> 1500 '2772 40
75 10.00 234360
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Is V dJ-. t iii .1. 1 : i freight engag d,
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*. l he schr ELtZA HAND, Capt. Harden, will.sailas THIS IAY, at No.5C,,,,i-r .l ,Il'l l1,.1.' .
i., l" e, and :ak p goods at 4 cents per I'io. Apply ot A variety of teaw and ucroltu IntLI I a-i mu.. '. it. lita
S....... SETPI AD.AMS, Jr., ora Jtwlry, & &c. -
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.il. .'l.t .1 i.l..,, i.'in. 1f Lh'jrr, .i' i l :'u- l To let for one or an ore ears, the L oI.. A si iI t].,
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1111 tihe slage road l eading frou iProvidtl ... I t.. ,,. 'tI. lU,,. l- l i i i I I thi n.nl ,t ., ita.h'
iboujtt 4 nIles front W oonsoeket F ,il.. u.0....I I.... 7 m1 n i. -O I i ,. .... .
lent LLaldtl, witl Hosloii e, tluti aid i. m itirI .ii F I 't' 'i.
ulunse hias ndi-rgoum e a ti.... hi r'l, ti. II l,i :,iliition to tIte i .l i 1 I t i. li a un 11o., a II V '. .. I 0 h t. ti
1sa tme the present season, 5tI. I' I n. I ri llw r i c. S.i ii
11o.1. .' *l'. i'4t.ii l. \ ISVE & CO. Alt h1 11, .: i ,i r.ih al11i i-...|' h ll 1 .1 l ii .iumt i' Full,.- 111
M l u g mi..hii uhiilL 1u Ldlh l i ll l \ ir r %%u.iniT hIt Tillt-'
iSf IMULIEIIitY ''ItEES.-4U,001l Mu lberry 'Trl'es, 1 i .l i .. ma L, in F i, 1. ml i. l..... 'i. '. F i
l tine rdr. .Also, 40 lbs h,.1 ,,..-'r cdh, for salh lw.- Vi' iL L 1 1 im IF .1-ilt 'ji t'u nit. r il
kApjy) to L'L .lJ"' I). PPOTTER t ,,,,ii i ,III I .,r .. 1.F. '' mm.,1t. i,.
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lln..en aboven will b,.nnsoldr,,~n3--i1 n." Ill III~Inn-I-, I- Innd

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w. ith Hats of his .. l, l 1 ,F', "-in ,-I m, .1k It s1 verY. ciav- .,i mu A hi. ,;It; tn. I tt,;.Ii i uI ., G d
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Literat '. .,
S33 48 70 3-1 I hI ;7 '. 53 55
.V irgitlia, ,S. h'.h''l l' I
: 0. G 15 4 38 23 43 51' 35 45
Mt aryland class 0.
24 900 13 34 31 51 14 59 15 3 I 50 64
Delaware, class 40.
37 56 4 53 60 43 45 41 44 54
Grand CoisolidatFd, clat '. 4).
51 14 62 43 26 35 60 45 5
L L i.i' ir Il class 40.
59 :9 71 CE i 6 15 2 45 4 36
'. cla's -41.
73 69 64. '. I 51 43 08 6 54-
/t;r;,;n: pttt'c ass h.
a51 '. 1 1: 15 t 19 53 16 46 9
S SC(HOIL Fl'NI I-'. I.WVP,,.-
Class 57-41 S5 50 GO i.' ;-', I.' .C 39.
Class -il- 7 37 7Il 40 11 24 55 46 0 9 26 '32
Class 159-19 3 2 37 4 13- 43 34 53
;CIIss 11.0-54 50, 31 41 (5 17. 12 21 1C6, 3B
I ,., .1I_--' 47 31, 10 49 44 18 36 30 4 72 -1.
I I.I i,.-'- 129 3 36 42 43 53 1 52 4
i l I,.i- ',i 1 28 4-1 7 30 1' 6 -.18 : 41
Class ,;4-52 04 55 46 58 3 3 17 :If 6( 06 II

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IV. AdaSI, William Adanis, lBenj. YFssi'nden.-
'l'lui-hlties>*rc"ftlip Cm'1H Fly now arF'ias follows: Setht Mason,
It i. ,ii i. h. L .. i.., .i, Sec.retar ni l Ir i-i.
Vi.' %.- ii. I l i.. ..I ,i. Charles ii i... Lil i .j I M r.,
Juhil Ale.xander, Directors; Jolhn Alexianldlr, Agnt-t
All',comimnicationts inteilllded for the above company, should
b. i r.*c"'t.1.i -i" AY ii' Altxantder, Agent, Pawtuchet, It. I.
'h ,'li., i tLhi trc]rt ,h, J. FESSENDEN.,Sec'.
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Municipal Court oftlse City of Providcetce, Oct. 4111, 1836.

G EOlRGECUIlTrS, Exector of the last Will and Test'-
.t i, Anti'|~' L (i llilIt .ltAB RV

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'hi'' ii. r'u'uuuu l *'Iu' m.hil yii'l~tu'Fu'' II?. '''II I ''till hh-.
I'''ll t I uiinj~ i'u- m' 11111 ii 1, 1 No.- 1 ii.iil. 1'r -i rclu itvsl fhil
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''' u i i Tm -u. 11 0-h I .i It i '., Hl 1 i -ii ,, I.- 1 1- ,I 1i 1 "F 1i in

'the countttry'.' J Motdas', Oct. 3.
p ECANE NU'TS.-1'ecatt7Nc, or tll ianis Not", ut retail, by
T. ..day, Oct. 4, 1830. JOHN Ii. C11dACE

"Thle Pecatis Tree is foittd far op the Miosissippii and 1111-
t ..u'ij.l i' I.h ihi,'. ih luiiinim tini i I Iil i. Fi l it
c"t. -'lr: iu't-I l ti tih lil.ii I .. -,i. ini l. -l 4 u l.l itci
K'l.-l ORG'L:UIT[S I \r(L~l Lcuto/.- ./T

lie lias at lh st ecci.r''. auhhuloh' l Lines, Pine .it.i lli....
*(*Pltums) Otainges, 0 naris (fruit) .anti Citnoni, phresera'ed tint
allte syrup. Also, aMa. ey atd i, in t yiI. ,i ii iit.b,
with Ite. I ai'ppy at itih l of Catton i. .. in j. ". .
tsaua, a variety of other In.t F.il tand tlit tg ill. ii,
-y:.. .. A IQ 1'(1('.d("If

depart c nt to co.rrespo nd. Cst ,es tat h. ii t. .i

h u .t ., 1 tii' Fl u ''' i: h .i.n ..;. i n l, aIt... ''i, b
O Tuii :. y lu.4l ', 1 .'i .. .. Jiiii L I... i.

hi .1.l S li-..., 1.1.1. 'FIr ''i h r inI'i.i '. 112 ii I.,. I.
h ht .'it l .n.iir i tI. age. fahse, therefore, M i t ip an ie tin
trill ,leas f call al.l althF iII ,4 Mit .. ii, 'it I|, ..I,
C l 1i a d l SutI.iatrth Cof'ee, l ll r iii] ii.uC... 1111.. iii tin limi..

'yoars ago, in Saleni-atind whiat is hid'u .1m.lm.iu t' '-l tll die'tr-
out ktiids of sngar'htor slre~etstiilts. 'l~mitir'1;, Out. 6.

JTB ilu m..ii] 1t, tmjailA, B. CtIAf13, in Daiwrreis.- Place
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, ,.iti ill 3 i t,,i. .I' mum hi ''I. I i i 1 1 Kii lk'

1. .'1h.1 flh r \'.l~ l hh./ l h..I. I."L "' 'it ''im'i' aiu ttu him. I
h treceiveidlll: a his th f ih in t 1 i,.
(Pl,. ITIAl, nge,, Guavas (I~i f rut n Ctohpesre I

. i h l ll ii It'1 l iI,~n .i i i l V !,lll .r ll.iiil ^ i li r h 'i
wlito syrup. Also *a.u, Manley a IL. r ii ---Iti~, .1 l L ,I
with timle itppv addition olf CoulotA
ulsual, a Varleity~of other :Lhlattrsad i.I.
depart 'nont to co.rrespond.' Customes(ta I- ; .-r ,
f IV, .h, m. ,- I ,at, I-Ifri

IN I'l I'l1 [lll b.lL N '11.
% _P 1 6",II1|II 1.1.i'd0l 1 1LI I i rI I"0 -;
h1L._ clh l2- d '-l %.l, t.I.age. To se h rfr, h a ei
1, -1 it l l,I t .-1,: .hc' .,. a~l) ..a l itI. nl li '; I-(16 "
\vill p lease call a!;abovo0 %I L,r. |h,., lil
Cuba, a 'nd Sunmatra (Cotl~ee -it Lll] I r
"30ar ago, in Salen-aidwati
elilt kinds-of sugar-fior swc'etnh.elm-1. r.6
S k V.\I'L III:S 1'.-- ,,, ",roy lp tn icCrb x M th s
;I. L A ..I.,], I J'il. B. C A E 1D r~~oe l
-Ih I ph ,I p: if it-.l"-[I. .I Im o o tv h Ir id t lt k
t lI ..I I I l l~ l I..,I i. i. Iih 11it % n t i i .
iiii1[ thallib l p'i A, .,ii I i l 1 1 1. 1 1 A
friction \w ii ll ii I 'd l ihtIllt % I h h -1
I a11 -i t. .lb i. \ II 10 0 -11 l .I i- ''% l I .

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ti I!.'.l|.asbN,,, %wit~l'nllany othler'artieles freaerally 1`0111)(I hl li
''"'' f ~~ Itudat Ste e to tin' .%, 'int I ,- II .u.u.m 'm,. r loi'- mll.. i'cc W mi~t,, .0
( 'i i .'lA 'll' ".--''h ... l],.iht u in. l .iii .,. m ,,i, i.,. m an-utL i.. ,imll.. ti umii-,. ivitlrnunyv o r'arcicles.i neeiera llf il cuhl tted to minm. ii i t 1m f ""- ...I. ... .little. -I
" I.,', ... ,,.' ,L ill. 'Fn, in m ,' ul I h II, F IrTIt. 1 1, 1. i, m Illl ,,'i tu ore, allofwhIci willlie soldvery low d I

' it S L EI, P ow' N. .u e mi II-' u I i n I .,il' F F141 1t'- I l'' i ., oNicn-.'t.-. h' i'.''r ia.lt t

. terms, apply to liM' iiND/ ii n' u li)G '. :-7 E I
lI3 ri tti: l.t t1 Cl. _0 1t 11-tf ir *ad (l e( Ill.b. 1 L I UhnIil n di.f'sh io al i ..I migUmlilnUm .- Jm'.mm 1u f goes tto tttt I) I .
l tretlill, at No. 38 Soulth M Oinlmu -mII'..I AI ILL1 f113 't. 00 hday, Oat. 8.
J Xl-i. O Im',-l f'i' l l. I t I cI. -I- .'"1ill" t VIH'O1T"I EL i. IL:FaL.- i ..h I'rqtalityChcesjestrece Ie, di IOMEUPLAND CC'TON-331halesn.tv IandItg'ettd
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I1-1-- o- n p- no ,-,;ofa nnfavorable to them, I did expect to Mr, F. mentioned Miss Monk's book to Miss Seek- Should it -be apparent that they were the victims76f ie mortar tried by au iron-pointed cane.-Every
tileoIN,.-!%%l jhh tit..a leet1nof and"thenIwithB^ sei-onecourageous be- with, and asked her if she knew. the lady who had calumny, it was high time that the crusade should be Joor and passage way was opened and examined,
rro,n~ V. "M "N- -- .....I.. ..t.. t..d n;Ol'"'er". ..alintimidly written it. -She replied that the reputed author never at an end-since I could perceive nothing more com- ivith the like results.
S,_ ................... 1E along-loonun utterable ..d shtvhningand had been there as a nun, though it was possible that mendablein Protestant, than in Catholc ecuo a (Remainder to-morroto.)
1_4r ..0. :Li&; 1 ,\ .\'l O n' :, O, -,ofongntiO0ai,.fit andupondering the o
.i... .U, EI- X.,". I -.- .n.... .. I I a d cossack she might have been in the hospital, as the names of Entertaining and pondering these views, I souglit .. .
S ,1. r 'a sthough expeetinic z ',=ry ii.t n |.. be,-scized and patients were never inquired. She said she had not .and obtained an interview with the Rev. Mr Perkins, .- -. NEW JERSEY.
,, ........urse"of. rece. nt flyi"ge r it,_o g, p, i' h etrsic ,tt But it was not read the book, though she ha d of many things of tile American Presbyterian church-the able, zeal- The Newark Advertiser states, that this year the
crinro the oreof a rcentf lyingexcrsCnii orn t .rough ch a city of skeptics, in -all that pertained td contained in it. S176 said she had herself taken the oui and pious successor of the lamented Christmas in klcoa vot wil be in th had eilature.
S-tlon~~ ~~~~~ oft U! th rvneo oe !aab e ief ds~clsture o~ft~kewtron',^ toloe asnvrviltnyas icad duringhatd-teimehad neverr toat cand .. .... .... posucesor of the lamnte EnchPrkistns, of ectoral vote will being the hands of the Legislature;

the diclosues Of the rongedfl-ai onewas nver vil-tenye in tuponi 'teehadeever hat cty-an aesohofsth IeIo.eEnohyPerinsto
la the St. Lawrence, it was both, d .-ir.ble IIIbefore seen. Nay, more, s perfectly absurd and ri- heard of Maria Monk. She then observed that with- Hartford. Mr P. warmly approved of my design'.- By the act of Congress, the election of electors in the
Lven0ent to pass a few days in M e. phe .: do u d j -eo-le wiih one-accord consider the in'the last few months strangers visiting the hospital He had himself visited the cloister as one of a corn- severall States, tak-ce wt; th;if days of
goo water uon tht ic ad, ea- ththm imttee, in July, and was Smarmtin under the cruel I,
'uru,,n ingood .weath er .uponthtricaanbeu w ei ;r thtilYseemed to look upon the in- had often enquired if there was a nn whole a. ....tha i a el m un ofrd tne electoral. Cillees which isfixed
tl island of whicn tne city oba -the -nam, tellident denizr is of thc United States. as laboring named Jane Ray. She told them se never heard of attacks of the friends of Mara Monk i this city He e w s ,
r6e be otherwise than pleasant t t -" ls *;'l, extended monumona! There was one bc that name-since she had been thore but the.was therefore exceedingly anxious that I should have .for the first Wednesday in December. Tins year it
dyZ. "" a oofenpu -soetile testimony of liy ow~n sense-, to the correctness .......on.the-7.h. Teelor.alelect.ion is. held in
irellr, uner an circmstanes. Du~y ;i >^ ,-,, _- \ uponthe sbjectprofetant and uestion beno- s ofte putat lngtandcite soietlie stutnyOofmy on s:nesupotne.colretnebscometon te 7th The lectoal elctioiisnlild i
endered to us by the kind attenl n an optl-"' ^ tiose of every arid all denominations, born curiosity, andF induced hecr 'to ask the superior, who of th1e conclusions at which lie had arrived, or dis- Tedyi oebrtit
sof intelligent t friends.-who, spared no pains in c" ^ s eo li ctd re -never been there, ard they- then be- -cover to him his error if ie was wog. e not N1ew Jelrsey oill first Tusduay i lNovember .ile y
in rt, and riiiisterini, to our ,f.'hesiae c e prs on u ions at isc anhrap l ie p t m no itlie c n n odh rse hhadsarroneo, ordid .
iover t him hsterrorifche'as wronr aendd not Y "
iosi t o o. a s questioned piety--those who had passed the open thought themselves of making q hesate to express to me Ils perfect conviction how- six days from the meeting of the electoral College.-
isity. an ratess of te Hote! Dieu, or looked from their case- M'D'oncll. who kept the t Magdalen Asylum. .rs. ever, that an examination would bring inn- to t un-n- Consequently, -thie choice of electors will devolve
Poan American who hlas'not 'been abroad, and gates ofherote lrownine u r l very day r f their M'D. immerhately relhd th-at Jane Raay was ten in shaken ooncluson, that. however bathe Cathocs ".
iose eye i ustome anly to tlveswe ligl ad ay l n anSor unbehnevers-and I may herstshn and. I thin, at.tue -same time ay he in other respects, or in other countries, they P t l" Y b
vn aid "is f our own cou try, tile narrow J ,alstb or n ele er;- I m y th -aei e "a e -ote rspcs' Ith egsatr-tb hoe y strayadeo
rns and .rtiesiof ou b ouni y, to e n addr this place;, instead of elsewhere, that 1 was mentioned Maria Monk as having been there also. -are entirely innocent in tiffs matter. There was no day. The same difficulty occurred twenty-eight
eeIs, and dark, massive ult stone r a b ar of but two believers in the "Awful Dis- It was then, for the first tie and from Mrs. 1- i "." his opinion upon tle subject.f e ad re- years ao, wthen the Legislature made choice of the
,re-houses, erected with an eye- .rather to use, on- es ontra, one of whom, as wll be seen Doncll, ifl understood Miss Beckwith correctly, that ?sided there several years--was well acquainted with I
niece ndcomfort, than to tihe .rratiictin of lo sues neMotea, .o.o, swil esen etos
nine a in the sequel was evidently afraid to visit the nunne- they received intelligence of the Awful Disclo he general character of te priests and people-as
ito nycorrectprinciples of architecture, the I I",
ite l or any cree pet enpal a tu '..-ti ry. lest he should be forced, by actual demonstration, sures" In continuation, she remarked, tthat ss hlad -also by common fame with the character of Maria This explains the falsehoods circulated all over
y tself presents fw external .. "rT.,,,. d ut a ts tile clanre his opinion. ;ever read the book herself; but from what site udd Mnk--and lie did uot hesitate to pronounce her dis- New Jersey, in relation to the Inspectors election in
ration is very bsiue o u!.., the,7lavid. ,ip..,,,Fhm- But the fact that the whole town tand p.-ovince dis- heard of its contents, she should suppose that no one closures the most entire and atrocious collection, of I. p
by the Rivr,.- Lwrrn, cc eil South', and a believed the narrative of Miss Monk, was no g.-od could write such details, unless very dpraved; and liesthat could be conceived .- yItisstatedinthePhladelphiapape
by he ,tver &tt ,awa e on the e o ut.,-'. akd- .eason why I should not take a survey of the estab- a p,.e-minded person coulduot have imagined them. thus knowing-lie had endeavored as strongly as lie that false returns have been sent into New Jersey
... n: .w oe it ws t e ta t '.- lishment, in which the reported enormities were co- Wbh-n it was told he that te ok was boed y
lengeth, by tea and a Jhalfinln--le,Ittr- -1 IL n7 Ibo a eivd ye odb etr otewie -o laifr ihti iw.Itiludutdyhv ra
l ,, lL tl I al, currinn-mole especially as there were at least twice -maany in the states, she said -" the Protestants hate vent its publication. He had admonished him of the edfec.upon the contest in that State.
rerr large seig~nory, auud ,l'.'kriill I,., t,. ---- y isthere']O rwere uponItnoLcontestmmtthatsistate
the a a b number on the Yankee side of theI line, (that is the Catholics so much, that they are willing to be- Lfalsity of herliales, and inmplored him to desist.
lthchoSemnary. .. to be) who were most devout believers of the whole. lieve every thingssaid against them-. But," she ad- Other genlemen, of different chiurches, were also SOUTH AMERICA. uI
I. ftiothl thet ecepteoofe of." ;t.or^ And as for any supposed advantages derived by tlhe ded, how can they believe such statements as these consulted. Their opinions were thesame, both as it
at ee t, to le ad.... e l,. ,^_ 1 ,an dfor fformert- om their near location and a:cquaintanccslip disclosures, when Mr. Perkins has examined the eloi- rer.U~d the character or tle disclosures and tile e
emore eert, he ind state utlofculvatio wn. ithd,3 accused. did not the increase ofRnumbersou st.r--" le is it. very decided. Protestant, and in I. ,eurrection i the Republic of Ureguay, in
e 's ptrt, inei n to balance to an equipoise ?- wise favorable to our rhliosion." Still, on asking her ras, that I resolved on making the attempt; and re-? 1 r o 1 o n o. "
.e an, s .f t .e a are adorned by Perhaps not" but [ was determined in an event to if' we could beh pernttedrto extend our observations turning to Montreal fr'om Quebec on Saturday morn- August, y -
c nh a r Us g a l 'a e l l, v i l l a s a n d u b st a n t iau l c o.* u n t r y. .. --
ats of the most Opulent citizens, while it is crested visit the Catholic cstahlishments generally, and look to other apartments, she said no. TIls nunnerywa.s ing the 23d ultimo, [ was informed that an order for counts say that insurrectionary movements had
.. re .................... ^ .ost as closely into the fearful Hotel Dieu as the guardi- a cloister; and neither priest nor layman, mail or the admission of Mr Froth.dgliam, Mrs. Stone and ^ r oh lrt o the Republic, headed by
ittua noble array of primitvo forest trees: The or- a ..0 -"I "broken ouysenothertnrts1of t. i n ee y heade-
itirsare numerobl an d otrimtyn (ores a Ir Sh- Ipits portals would allow tile to come. t wohnan, was ever permitted to enter farther, unless myself into tie cloister. had been issued by the bish- r o e
arOf applen eous aO d tfinestvarietiesseveral of Tilefrieng Frothing- by -an express order from the Bishop. Ths in part OP oil tile preceding clay. A gentleman rom Rich- parriZans of Ru.ra..
ni ere entirelyes of tew ties.vAllthe, useveal of ham Es.President of theBank of Montreal, and was tlhe New York story confirmed) that no examina- niond, (Va.) a IMr gShopard, with his lady, having un- BRAzxL.-Te .same paper contains intelligence of
hidlwer entre newto e Al th usul gr- Duca Fihr Es. to whskn attentions we tion of tile nunnery itself-its heavy iron doors and derstood our design, obtained -aLi order throughir etrto ftaqilt nti iyadpoic
frutsai poduedingrat budaceandpe- h te restoration of tranquilty in tne city and province
.. frits I' prdc "n gra abu......d.e "n were really indebted Our first visit was to the dark passages--its rooms of prostitution -and vaults of fend, on that morning, to be permitted to accompa- --
the Io, nGunnraldesesoGrinounven.'fnyle gloonuwOuld be allowed. ny LSin the visitation. I of Para, and of ftie re-establishment of the authority
iu at eflet,.-as we were climbing the r .....oa"dTh e ortfhheatnra, .ztl ndte I ofte mpnl oermetofBaz1
itses overt, asoni otherefine country l9adta -ly GreySsters-an institution ,founded in 1750, by Iu closing this account of our first visit, however, Tie editors of the Montreal Gazette and the' Ai of the imperial government of Brazil.
ef oe it, -ot.- n ..ntry oyes;aI ony Mada me. dYouville, as a refuge for the infiru poor,, must be permitted enpassant to note the fine condi- dit PtupUe in calling for flie present narrative.hve Outhe4thofAugust, thoPincessDonnaJanuiria,
a was directed to an ancients one awce on invalids, and the destitute aged. It occupies a space tion and beautiful order of the apothecary's apart- both taken occasion to introduce the name of. On, t t D ,
le SKiAofthO le' aseent, ,suroude y awal fr-o1
iestinisthed byt .s d by f I, tiof 7 eetalon the little river St. PiCare by nearly mont. It is extensive and arranged in a manner that Rev. Mr Clary, a congregational clergyman recently having attained her fifteenth year, took tle o.ath that
lel. the 'sam e ..... h 1d depth, containing a convent for the resi- would gladden the sight of the New York college of from this State, and now tlie pastor of a congrega- she would maintain tile Roman Catholic religion.
,a Matson..ers ......e ..... ;" as it dence of tle nuns, a depot, ample wards for both sex- Pharmacy. The jars and gallipots s T"e all of the an- tion in that city account heretofore published that the Treasury
-is "es -, o tlie lii(.si s unirm, a es, all the requisite offices for such an extensive es- cient translucent dark-blue and white china, of the of that gentleman should have been thus brought be- .
belongs ti. .the seminary,.ad .i..s Stl- tablishment, and a detached building. for persons la- same size Tnd pattern, rendering the shelves. perfect. fore tle public, the duty is nevertheless devolved ep- "Of Ro Janeiro hall been robbed of 500 millions Reas.
.er retreat and place 01 -recreatu ; ,lev in`- borinmr under.diseases of the mind: This convent is ly.uniforn. Two of the nuns are in constant attend- on me of making an explanatLion, in justice to both of* in paper money, is confirmed.
rather. "rno.gronnus are amp i e, co.r .... -i I'p rmny
etr O -rou ds and a, P l a 1 .,l governed by a superior and trt-four sisters. We ance on this establishment, manutacturing and pre- us, and to all. On t*e morning of tile dy appointed
:os g ..... I., ,dsse m rongh the wards, which were spacious, and paring medicine. They also cup and bleed. The for the exploration of the nunnery, Mr Clary favored I l
47hSe.s a ee,3" m' r u, p el .a I well- aired.and kept. Both departments were filled physician m attendance merely prescribes, and they me with a call,.and gave me the first information I Tu" Ci WAR. letter dated Columbus, Ga.
i "il,;..' -, .,*1-n ...... ,, n ... ; ; -. with the lame, the halt and tile blind, and every spe- execute his orders. Two. of the nuns are also in had received, tlhat his name had been associated with Sept. 27tl, states tfat all the emigrants are on their
Fr em i qd Ill,- lL ,-oa.- tll is mout&a in, the iew .....x-- t. ...
eeny l. .. picturesquean-' beautifull" Til island it"- cies of decriptitude, and amonmwthe subjects .were ma- constant attendance upon each ward of the hospital, mine. in the' order for opening the cloisters of the way except the Creek volunteers. About 19,000
ead asern, shore of te St. Lawrence- cy wo were very o. ne of these, with Whom night and day ; they take their turns, and in ao- Hotel Dieu for our ispecon. It S ,,.,... one, besides 700 or 800 warriors, who are in
"""ll ". tl.mi ... ty. flood .. the gr-et lakes into the we conversed, had not only been many years an inl- unity of only thirty-six, the occasion does not sel- were, it even proper. to give a detail .11. I .,, >| t.. 1
.o.r.the i t o....."..thiy inhabitedt mate, but was cheerful at the'advanced agc of one dom come round. versation that passed between us. An abstract will Florida. About 100 of the latter have been killed by
ntofmaen mile:- Tle -parish churches are u nundred "anr tour vears- .avin been boin in tile Thus ended our first visit to tit Hotel Dicu-hav- be all-sufficient for the purpose in hand. Mr C. in- the Georgians.
..r-us.'and every-where surro..nded by tle neat sme year wth Washington.u- The eyes of the old infg seen nothing of masks, hatchets, racks, and formed me frankly, that hin, position was peculiar .. S.IOLE WAR.-Between 900 arid 100
,;l n-ir= t np-n .... t-' -'t--nr -.... c Ientennarian brightened at the recollection, as though vipers," nor experienced any thing, to remind us of and he seemed apprehensive that were he to accept
nle oatt'ves of the peasantr'y clustDering a{lround cc v I I _
he Tile rapids o .c.h"e i. a .erpea1 foam it was no mean luonor even to have drawn his first the sanctum *oJicium, of Pope In'ocent IlI., or of the invitation, it might place him in an unpleasant friendly. Creek Indians, under the intelligent chiefs
.ove the Sweet island (if'e nunso'. the south;-the breath in the same year with such a maiu. It was-a Torquemada. Still we had been permitted to pro- situation. He said his name had already appearedin Paddy Carr and Jim Boy, and about 200 U. S. ma-
..a ..i ..sland of St.. Hele.'s, with its fortifications gratifying spectacle to observe the kindness and aIt- ceed no farther. than ,tie hospitals-all beyond was some of the New York publications in connexi.ion with. Ap.. ch""ola the 24th, destined for
....ront-f tc ity ,_ d .l.p...fty mo ;.ntaiins of Ver mention received by these aged and infirm fellow-be- secret, silent and mysterious. We had heard no the controversy on this subject-a otL&' of his hav- e
"o+r in azur d,~ancon ithe east nas whom misfortunee hadlthrown upon the benevo- groans3; but some of the believers in Maria Monk ing been published, in which lie had declared that. the seat of war in the Peninsula to operate against
nont andnChaambly in 'ah.azur ,ist o e at ".
Lad southeast; 'with a I--evel plain, sprinkled with lenee of tb community ;" and however much we may suppose that half a dozen infants might lhve admittance into the cloisters had been *denied him; the Seminoles. These Indians were in the late cam-
millaren, farms; orchards and,, Lardens, all around may deplore the errors of their-religious faith, we been very gently smothered, during our visit, and and he evidently apprehended that thepresent spon-. 'gn" against" the" hostile C .eeks, and'" evicd great
hi. f ,m n h -,- -, ...... .... be- could not but adm ire their zeal in alleviating the dis- som e pretty rebellious nun trodden to death betw een taneous offer had been m ade to entrap hi m. l e said i a t h C e n i oa
:rom the-St. -Lwr'nce to the Ottawa', spfteauhi/mrbe- c ; *, 1 n .-
hiith the feetof. tile beholder; combine to eus-wm two feather-beds, for all .that. Nevertheless, we that the letter was strictly true, as lie had once been bravery and friendship .for the United States.
.'landscape :such as is rarely. excelled, either for From these apartments we were next led into the took our departure, and proceeded next to tlie Cat/No- promised admission into tle Nunnery, but when h TROOeS is .LowxnDS.---Gen. Jesup has ordered
luxuriandes variety o' beauty. But enough-per- rooms occupied as an orphan asylum, or foundlingr dral, standing a few rods farther to the north on the subsequently applied lor permission to search the Dearborn, with about 200 U. S" regulars, into.
-; al..J h-of description. I will nw hospital-- am not certain wich-perhaps both.- let of St. Joseph street, fronting upon Notre Dame building in company .with Maria Monk, lie had been tteg ianto-
h 'p .} a h ,1 e ata. adir c tl uma tr n a l l in f rmde s ce fu e d .Iti o n .[y G e o g iait o p r o e c t t h e in h b i t n t
proceed tob-craver. matters. .. In the first division we found sme twenty or thirty street,.and dirfctlyupon a diagonal line fron the refused. He was particularly desirous to know Lowndes CountyGeorgia to protect the inhabitants
..\o,.n., itc ril;.._,,11,and other public institutions boys of ten years and under, and a like number of Hotel Dieu to the Seminary of the Priests-tl-ce-Ca- whether'it was my intention to takemmciely a cursory against the depredations of the Indians. This force
of M i l.t-,-I ,l.-roi. Jln-.r the attention of the iriquisi- girls in the second. They we re all cheers.!, but thedral well-nigh fillin g the intermediate block be- and superficial examination of' the premises, or to .- t g
twenthm.'yh weredrl s t eaeleea dmae lroehwck f*t I rpy I ssrd hi designed to guard against any attacks which, when
eiv.. .li,..i rs, tIii. ,,-,i,,:, i, estsablishnents of the much more vivacity was exhibited in the second-e tween them. The Cathedral it new .edifice,'and make thorough work of it. In reply, Iassurec1 in IS
}Boo lnlnil,.;h,1 ar,r ,lot the i:.e..t ,':..p.,;r,., The characteristic alike of females and the French In is in some respects the most splendid temple in the repeatedly, tiat my. determination was inflexible, to hostilities are renewed in Floi"da, may be made by
ht"-.'r ,," M,-n,. :/..... from ii ..j..- ..t' f-1.1,tl the eachlof the apartments visited.'articles of fancy nee- n"o world, and as said a late foreign traveller, only make as thorough an investigation as could be de- parties of Creek Indians, perhaps with their Seminole
_Vn ,ian, who leads the van in the army of the ruo- die-work were produced, sales'of which are made for surpassed by the old in interior grandeur. Itslength sired-that the priests had given me to understand
.s.tiEs-ai. Fact Ch.-k6..r. liciir,;r-i.. ii tie benefit of the institution is 225 feet,' and its breadth 234. It was commenced that every facility fbr that endd should be granted, and allies, on their return through the south-western
nothing l -..h.v.C -.n,..a,,dTl, rhip.:ui-;.'lle ,..ei.i,-,, W e entered the Grey Nunnery at I11 o'clock- idinn ttr
of.Pale atine and E ,lpt belure rh,_e c r,,int.-i c(,,-,:,nle ,l .t just as tile sisters had gone to dinner. -The nuns, M'r.. The height of its wvall is 11.2 feet. The ar- in all its ramifications, from garret to cellar- -to lito
the Christian fra--i r;,h in.'instraction and of ab- and the priests at the Seminary dine at the same chitecture is of the rich Gothic of the 13th' century, every. trap'door-to inspect every secret vault-unbar '
slrbir,,'I i;ntr-,si. TI,.'. first'monastery was founded, hour. They take a very light'breakfast at half past It has six massive towers, between which is a prome- every door-search every cellar-and thread every pI "n'r itT obed atthe
a,.e,.r-, l,.. -L.. R, .,,sh legend--and the tale is a 4, consisting of a piece of bread and cup of tea,- ,de along the roof25 feet wide, elevated 112 feet. subterranean passage. Mr Clary dlid not admit that voice of his constituents, as expressed at the late
I.,:,atjltul o-...--n the d.,.:l Upp. .i_ T. 'pt, I,, I,.:, dine at ]1, and are summoned to the chapel for their There are seven altars, ind the east window behind lie was a beliecr ie Miss Monks book, but he was election, Mr Sehuan, of Anne Arnndel, one of tile
a*,f,'...-ni-ti,:,K-cd Paid. -i -,.i-,n,:.-t.;.n v.ith St Airn,. mid-day devotions at 12. With the rinring ofthe the grTnd altar is 70"foot, b 33 feet hroad. The evidently not a disbelevcr. Among the obetios he mous nineteen, has entered 'the electoral College
r,. llh- i'-"r '>u1, ..,r L)..u.-ut t ,,i it, I....,41,-0i.i,., bell, we, by request, were conducted to tjie chapel ; otber windows are 36 feet by 10. It is surrounded started, was tie probability that were we to make the
4,F convents of nuns ..were instituted about a century where -the nuns, having, catered first, were already by a fine terrain', and ,the chime of bells, the clocks, visit, we should be called upon to write upon the sub- and qualified himself 't rote. It is expected that in
.afterwards. Both have been at times eminently use- upon their knees in a column of two deep in the cen- altars. &c. are comparatively rich. But as a whole, ject. To which I replied, that I could perceiver no a day or two others of "the nineteen" will follow his
faul. andbo thatkitother ti'mi,-,,s ciir,, i,-.1,,corrupt. They, tre aisle. They told their beads, and repeated their the interior is not equal to thl exterior, nor by aly objection to that; should the examination be full, and e .
have served )as places of retfge from persecution; prayers in chorus, and having concluded, rose at a mnaus equal, in point of taste, splendor of decoration, free, and fair, we could say so. And, on the other
,'" retirement and repose from the cares of the signal from the superior in the gallery, wheeled and beauty of its paintlngs'to tileCathedral of Balti t nd. sh ouldo we eae t ii D iiAT F aGOLDSnIOGOUOH.-The Honorable
w.,,IJ, of -relicious study and meditation, and as round to the right and left, and `3eturned--sarce more. This structure is .larger, ho-wver,, than that thr'need be noesittion in proclaiming that ctRober H. Goldsborouga Snaor Congessfrom
schools of l,:arn;ri,,I. .,.:.v,I. -,l ..ud virtue.- They -t "" ye fr t polished floor. They of Baltimore, being suf iently capacious to accom- likewise. But he i timated his apprehensions th ld S en n ar o
`4avL- als-o at t,ia c fl, .o Ii--' L)i.d n, ch -,:.fd, bl ,:b-were generally middle-aged or young w omeu odate 12.000 persons. M y reasons for the partic n- we should be deceived by file wiles of those with M aryland, died at hisi residence near Easton, last
orii and erimr, St,ll,;-0i,:- ..... :.,'ir[,. -[.," th t Tile- li hab it of the grey sisters consists ofa dressof larity of this description in this place, will appear ill whon we were to have to do, slid repeated his relu- Wednesday. Mr. Golsbotcfgh was a most con-
Q'othem,-for miny centuriese, that the world was in- drab bombazine, made in the fashion of our Quaker tile sequel. I attended high mass in this noble edifice tance to phlce imselfii a position that would corn- a i -
dlbted .for-all.it knew of letters and religion, and friends, only that the sleeves are loua on two Sabbath mornings, before thecommencenment pel him to write ,ly thing upon the subject. We scibfntibhs statesman nea ripe sch olar, and a gentleman
th:,iey Nwere -the abodes of such meek and holy Bishop,!, terminated with broad clifs ]'tn same ma- of worship in the protestant churches. On both ec parted before he liad determined what course to pur-- ofthe. most polished mariners, of tihe old school. His
..1 I Bede a Kepis, no t tri Theylca i theCathedral was filled by as attentive andse, with anund'standin that I should call upo tenra of service would have dd the fourth of next
pii,.I.Bwell-ordered a done'reilration as I have ever seen nhm nt0coreoftemrnnan-pr.ehmo
t aken. for g ran ted by every-oppone ut-of the'R om an plain border rof crape, lined w ith black silk T his N e whork .hThe oruosttoo sm a f or t ; te ho uro n u non he in e tap i eon Th i M arch .I
'ee, that ",n..,,,ist-.r% w,' tnl-_t .-,:i .- .i, ; h ..: the vesti cap, too, -is after the quaker fashion, W while inl th Ne w Y r T e E g i s to sm l f rth p ac ; t eh ur r ner lW u on ie i v sia in. h s M r h ..
lo .. ad.-:ri:.,:lt-.:'.....l.,rh only of nunney.s but aided bother instruments, and afhll choirround engagement was falfilied, but Mr C. was undeter- RATHn -.--A bill of indictment for forgery has-
'ric h a n ab o:de .. I I. .- .. up ', a na d fa stene d u n d er th e w aist b eh in d w ith a b ook th e g reat al tar, th e m u sic w as as de ep, rich an d so e n I L ni eIhe h r t g o or uot. B ,in g v ery a n x iou is th at b e n f u l a~In s a h bndy h ra d j ry i
^ abodle. as the bicr 11 bass of til^^ ^ ~ l einsce~an de." In soeI ii^ ^^ been found against Rathbun, by the grand jury of
W illih uch'l c i il impressions, I was of course and eye.' We saw them afterwards going in proces- i t hehbul makebs of t ocean." t he hohmp a ke onw of thelarty,firfurge d o e himto ac-
I.ud of" .a3o lopp ,tu nil ,' of lookinlg_ .at an establish- Sion to the cathedral, arid then the sk rsilblev Te se binary of St. Sulpice, situat edi upon tile company us --but wits obliged to leaid~e him again in l Ge nds~iee county, in session at Batavia. Tile sheriff
; -of Frawn".is-X0i0vier and NtrDme store ts, ,,I stas orptce unetony Atal wite hou apoite lie
) I.- .-] I o f I 1. ,; d ,.s I I l,, 1 ', o u W i th m yn o w n 'e y e s ; a n & W e r e n o t t h u s I .,, .1 u p )- b u t a m r no t q ite. d e ri a ii u c o r n roi F a c i a v e n o r e D n e s r e t s s t e o f u c r a n y A t h e o r a p i t d l w a s d is p a t c h e d to B u ff a lo w it h a w r it o f ha b e a s eo rp t us
-,m,_- rom .> ,..all, h.-rd, much ofthe.Christian The -chapel is a very neat apartment, wellsupplied opening upon the latter, and "directly west of the called at my hei. .-I --,. .J i ,I, ,. lico v le he -.i w sv oil t heriffofErie county.
-1 **i '*t ina -f r'atlicprral wa~s T 'r "Visitfd. t his is the1 _(rpni l'fll re- thlulO rill it. bet' I .. d.\'c I. 11iil If... I' in I vi11' i IL htinted toI
,,on-,.:,`,o,,:.I' Lox.vr C:,nada, it may well be con- with pictures, none of which are good, and for' the atdi was next -isitied. h-h t ie beas td:l,,m,, i n i he t be h w a n Dil Aderise os Erie ty.
-,.lur.:d thtth. l, '." ,-. lI-t recently nkiridled- in most.part very bad. Thealtarl was richly gilded, sinegce of MariaMokests t o o Mo e continuallyvis it hinv hed u n tlea refsalt d 'B oi- w e i fe Tr le o thep ortof DBuf fal, w Agvese ays, ontthe
h.. L(i ited S,1it,ii a.:, the priests and -nuns of and adorned with vases0of various freshly gathered is,.according.toMariaMonk,tobeco tinindy a ure colectorof the port of Buffalo, who gave Jakso the
lntr.:.by, b lv th.-. .,rih, n._"'pu-lications of'Maria ,l..%,:- Among the relics displayed, was a frag- ing the Hotel Dieu, for the purpose of seduction and tired. and I saw him no'more. ,
In l-,m 'lt :'..in,: ,_,,r ,ir-th Il ,, rii,,si ..i' several meant cut from the veil of the sacred statue of the murder,.bya subterranean passage, whichif itexists, c The hour.appointed for commencing our research- 'only electoral vote he received in NewYork In 184,
mutlaiietl ne h tpendous 'pile of te es, was two o'clock, and the residuLe of the morning has declared in fvro e.Iarsn
'r,-.." -tant o:.rntr.,...'r:,'-it,l, c. 1.' ,.kn,., id ..,,J talents V irgin, if' we do not m isreb ollect- of very great anti-t I s o I
urd pc-1, l, 1 r,,,i. i ba* the ':desire, wlbich, under quit'y. It is carefully framed wilhiu glasS, together cathedral,just described. This.semim'ary extends 342 was devoted to the study ofthe latest edition of the
ny circumstances, f should hae felt to. visit sh...," with the certificates of its authenticity feetawfldisclsures which is accompanied by theY. It 44s) carefully franmeds wiawhil glass. t e c CHAR ,, LESN Oct. 2.-The Board of Healthireport
,n s. Of tl riv .-.I- r ifth Lid From r Nunnery drove to the terrible Xavier street. It was founded in 1657, by the Abbe drawings of '\ .ID lr"lM'Mai ,i hadtorm- thea 'te 'a-tul zi drov- to t-tele Queu who was sent out by the seminary of St. Maria Monk's memory, aud for a copy of which 1 7'blaeks-4dead
; Dl, -. .n"' fb -?thatr' of the 'awful diselosaes"-te-lotel Dieu Sulpice, in Paris The original object of the institu- Was indebted to" the politeness of Mr, Clart. A few t o 7 n (lead
d 'i v y i., o "P p'-' ; ,-. --, ,.if I... I -..',tl ofwhich, from the publications of tion was the education of youth, through all depart- passages for special reference were uarked-in pencil, Oct. 3-15 css-6 whites, 9 blacks-3 dead.
irovinie. lin ed, r I d o :t.r,:., tMli r b._,,k "',.; Maria Monk .and her colhtbo'ateurs in this city. wo ,nents, including the higher branches of philosophy ard tne leaves turned down at others. But my de- Nrw CoTTO .-The staple of the new crop in
thepr nae, a- overp w- y'w have expected to find guard('d by and'the mathematics. It has an able superior, and termination was. to make the examination book in Alam i s t e s ngn finer beyvrd for
-lanc "" ,t_: f,::g 'cad ,,,'eh "go0tshydr3 and eBrofessors of ehr "inenct in tile different sciences, who hand. arid refer tonits pages as occasion might require. 'Alabama is said to ae ocesig aid reruire.
1,01in an].)fit. l,,f h,:i.Ji,0d ,n,.i.: ,.re ,and [ am-con- not so. The.-broad and ample gate-way into, the are said to pursue a iudicious plan of general instrue- Such was'the course pursued, met years. The rivers are-in good navigable eon-
,,n dh.,., .: t .-.,=. h,, b ., ha ti e yard was wide open, as our ktind companio)ns assured Lion. In order to oxt'.nd its utsefulnosqf, .a new college ,Punctual to tile appointment, we arrived at five dillon, and the business season is expected to coin-
|,all L[,,li.- ., .r .n ,, ...th ..Ir- .:h.,,pu,. as L tile us it always had been during the day time, these thir- hasbeen erected by the seminary in-the ecoottet .minutes al.l'er.two, iv d, wcr-e recvid in theasapathe-
l.:ltilicr lq~ir il I..vi _,t"y, -..5- ..."i,.ri-:;, lust,and ty yea"is-aspd how mach longer they could not- tell. suburbs-alaro-e and handsome structure, cary' by the assistant superior Miss Weeks an mence early.
f o o d I w a s r a t h e r a ', l i : r h l a n o t h e r w i s e t u r i n g A v e r yt c i v i l s pl ee naa n i rtd a tea ta ,oy f e A r cd a o t r s t w u .CsN .ai liI( n
I1.il was introduced, at the 'semnnary, to many of the American Iay.m w te ~tr,wl. h'rid b-.n V ;! u~ e.- tLusil~,(e.
. earlier part of my C-.. l, il Visit, ducted Ls into tile hospital. This now so celebrated clergyl; and sorne of the digonitarles of. the church- designated to attend us. I inquired for :1 I z1,...li t s w V PI *i i ( 1
True the tale was most revolting, and it was not institution fronts uipon-St. Paul's street on the east; wd bishop M'Donald, of ,with. also from the United- States, wise .t exchange on New York and Phi'adclphia has been.
amon 0 .111fg whom were the lord ht iDnlo ,wih lof'mte[)utdSacwoe parents.I III.
little difficult to bring th- "mind fo believe it pose extending along that street 324 English feet, by 468.4 Upper Canada, and the bishop of Red River, both reside in the neighborhood of Batavia; she was ;in- from five to five and a half per cent premium. I
bl.:, th:.l even the most hl:rdcn,ti1 of i:-.,. species feet in depth ou St: Joseph street, trom which latter -hbeing on a visit to the lower province. I was also mediatelyy sent fbr, and soon made her appearance.- I I
aid, be guilty, from ye artoyear, of, thl.-- 1r.gh.lul We entered. The whole buildings belongings to, and i cc figures in the Oal Len Gen. Harrison was expected inH-Iarrisburg last
: i" ., .- introduced to Father Richards, who fgrsi h Our mnectinc, was like that of old ft'iends. She is
.,lrc iuati.:ii char. ed bt .llIss jMonk-uponi llh pn.. ,t; connected with tlhe. establishment, include the hospi- ":Awful Disclosures"''as oue of" theomost-humane of ce.taiaiy oeu oi the most prenos'sessin r ladies with rWednesday. Extensive preparations were made fbr
nd nm.l.',; of I,:ontrceal--,nil, li that'the-professed tal, th e o'nvent, or cloister, a 'chapel, kitchen, bake 'nst at 'h mude of th nu St Frncs ahrwo iv vrmt e oneane ulo i eeto
iii-C'er~th,: Chrl-l ,n rtlh2,on,--of any faith,-- house, stables and *a cemetery. A large garden is Riehsrds is a short fat personage has mild blne eye, intelligence, and expressive of -great tendm'ness and
,)w~i'cr 'idri i v .:.-. n,,slht li,-ai strayed':.from'the likewise attached, It was founded iu "16C4. by the an is exceeding-ly fair'-spoken. .He was once a sympathy, and the/tone~s of hecr voice 1harmonisc with, DE.LAwaHI:.--The result of tlheIspectors election
utl,,or h.:..'.,:ver d.:erp]' l,.:-,._n plunged iri error, or Duc'hess of Bouillon--as a' hospital for the re- methodist nmiuister in Virginia ; lint conceiving the these qualities. *I remnarkcd to them that I plresumed iu Deawure, is as usual auspicious for tlhe Whiff
howeverr much involved, in the ,gross an.,I iin-t.cil eeption of the sick and diseased poor" ot 'both project ofeconvo'Ling- the catholic eler'ofy of Montreal firon what had been dropped at our former visit, they
naticism of the "scarlet. lady'_-ceoaid .i.ha>'" b..,.. sexes, and without regard, to religious. creeds,, and is to the true fuitl, ho proceeded thit}her for that purpose. w)ere fully apprised of the object of oor call--being, cause.
uilty of the horrible successions of crimes imp.uted conducted by a superior and thirty-six nuns. Its But in tlhe end he was as' badly off" as the count iiFpossible, to test the truth' or falsehood of Maria n-T2 The steam boat Lexing-ton arrived yesterday
then Still m ore difficult v s ,l., ,o suppose it' funds are chiefly derived from some landed estate O'Reilly who went to take Algiers-- Algilers took M onk's publications in New York. l iufirrned them ,,. .1 ., ,;,- in, |i(
possible that woman, genttle'woman- who had sought belongings to it, but the income is scarcely sufficient, hh;n Bishop M'Donald is a Scotch gentleman of that IShould be satisfied with nothing short of' a ni- morning quarter bcforc eight, the Preidebnt about alf
a solitude'a pr.:.t, ,:ir:.n ; 0ain~ii the corruptions and an'd contributions from other sources, together with the old school--affable, intellig-ent,and, for a cathoelic, ntftecexamination of any and every part of the insti- past eiglit, aind the Boston at half past nine. .They
mptations of the. world--assumingr a name indiea- the avails of their own industry, help to augment not intolerant. He allows his people to read thleBible: tuition. I said to tlhcm, frankly, that I had-been ad- all left New York on Mouday afternoon.
"ve,ef,-puirity as well as its garb--could resign them-, tbeir means of supply. and gives away'all that lhe can obtain for that obieot, mionished of then' arts of deception, and had been
"ires by wvh-A. o~iminunilie;, as.th' ready naid ( il- Not~withstanding- the favorable appearauee of all Iu passing' down the St. Lawrence with hiin'fo Q~ue- tohld that they would mislead me a every tur'n, aud FIRE ,AT HALr'i.Ax.--A fire occurred at IHalifatx,
nr n Iniruim ni o| I~J t and mrurc.'r l^hut 01u tin; nt s .-"s ': "" :" we sa ,and the universal skepticism before spo- bee, I fouud him to be a most agreeable travelling throw dust in my eyes at their owin pleasure ; and Sept. 27(tll, which consumed au cxte nsive brewery,
.".and "m" p r i u ".- a si~ ih <- l.,:,l i t il ci of e x st' a o, n g th e p e op le I c a n n ot d e n y th e coo mp a n io n th at con se q u e n tly I t:' u: te d th ey w o u hld b o n e ith er ~ n n
ere'sfrong. [l, rnosrouilrj e,-,irruptions in the old facnt, that the publicattions already retbrred to, had ju Tle subject of Maria Monk's "Awful Disclosures" displeased nor surprised if the scrutiny I was about to idn ,1 blockc of sixteeLn hiouse~s. .
orld. were notorious.' The work of Maria Monk 1 some degree prejudiced our minds against the in- having been introduced at the seminary, those of the institute should seem over-nice and particular. They SPEE. r.-Tle s,;eam boat Swallow has made -a
.ew to !tare been written *by one of our m ost esti- m ates, a nd rendered us -s suspicious of alm ost every clergy who .spoke En o-lisll, entered fr'eely npon it, replied that it w as their desire to have the in vestiga- j ., .i,,, ,,,. ,,,
able citiz~ens--a gentleman of :*character and ap- t|,i,,_- we .were to see. Ou entering- the first ward, witffout hesitation, and with an air of conscious, in- tion satisfactory to me, and that the keys and their pa^ssa' fi'om New York to Albany in niine. hours aid
roved ehristiaon piety-whio lhad taken-every pa}ins, Mr -1". enquired of tlie nurse in attendance for Miss nocenco. IHavingf intimated that there was nothing- assistance were at tuy disposal. The Lady Superior. tin mia,.tns--the shortest ever made.
he supposed to r ecord .the exact truth. I knew Beckw ith, one of thle sisterlhood w ho speaks En gz- of, in, or about, tlle H otel D ien, r espe ctin w which thc y inform ed mne, w as confided to hier apartm ent byp, ., ,, ,> .,i,;] ;,, p .n> int T
ore his ownhlips,'that, he was a relhgious behiever;of lisb, and witlh whom hoe was acquainted. After a they. desired conceealm'ent, the idea first seriously oc- indisposition---otherwise it would have been lner Eee cisemoi i uun 0 ~i~m
thatt ue nad thus Written. 1 knew thatother internl- few rmonent', shic came, and we were introduced to curred to me ofputting' their sincerity, and that of pleasure to receive us in person. Sbe would, how- I'ake Erie.
nt and pious gentlemen, had by repeated exa m mi.2 her. She received us with g r'cat kindness. Her the nuns, to the test, by applying for p ermissiou to ev&.. be happy to receive us in her own apartment. .p, .n -, ^ M ,,--,,,,]ini rin
ions, endeavored to .detect tlhe girl's imposture, if whole appearance is extremely agreeable. She. con- visit the cloisters, and make a thorough scrutiny.-- Wc then commenecd" our ti'avels and rbsearcthes Th Po0i oce Offce at Alban'y wals robbed ou Friday
-npsto- se wswitoutsucess knw tat uctd s t th chpe,. thought both wars of the They repeated what had been said to us by the nuns, -being" seoi joined by several additional members nigh'lt ofi;i00, and a bag'of couuteribithalf dollars.
ese men,and Omul'tude of ,ilberc, Were. fiirm be- hospital, and through the apothecary's apartment.-- that no person conld be permitted to enter the cloisters of the sisterhood, who accompanied us through our The, steam, boat .bo Is.Tl.,ndl a.,ld Narragause~tl
.overs ithe truthh,. h, ," -- .:it.:l-i,,r I had heard .'Every variety of disease finds alleviation here--with- without an order from thle Bisholp of Montreal, wbo examination. Others we met in their respective a- IesambtsRoi ndAdJargnel
iat emissaries from the priests wore prowling about "out any questions bcing asked as to sect, or country, was then absent from the city But Bislop M'Donald partnients, busied iu thcir regular occu'patious.-- huvc been withdrawn from tile Nortli River.
ew'York, and that several attempts had been made If laboring under a disease which is not contagious and Father Richiards entered at once into my views, Havino_' passed tln'ougl the hospitals as before, we T,,c W.hi. Co,,,e,,tiou o" a,,ffolk );.disrict Mas.,
*spiritlthe~poor girl away, and bring her. once more tlhe patient is received on application, and whcen re- aud promised their rood offices iu obtaining tileo no- catroed the cloiste, and proceeded thiron i lhe va- "( l ^ ve*olOI>"tll.dsrtids,
.r c i b l y lit h i t h .: i r p o w e r a t M o n t r e a l I li n d b e a r d s t o r e d i's d is m i s s e d w it h o u t a n y co n m p e n s a t i o n o r c e s r r d r s s o"a h e B s o s o l e t r r o u p r"et'f t 'i s to y v r y do'f e d o M n a n o i a e R C A DF'T i ~ t
her i.'pLat,:a o"ner t_ go to Montreal and e stablisir any questions being asked. The beds and rooms are I assured them that my only desgire waa-to arrive at every room, closet aud pantry, was readily opened, at Esq. to represent that District in the next Congr'ess
le t r u t lh u ; I LId d i s l o~ s u re es d b e x a m ian at i 'o wns lhi c i n p e r f b c t o r d e r e a c h b e a r i n g t h e n a m e o f a C a t h o l i h e. t"t h -n t'a i f I e t r d u p n .u y I .. ......t a n d t r e w s o t a a p r e t i n in t h e TU u i t f d S t al te s .
o)pnin ,,-. ee refsed... I a been taught saint--a male, .if in the men's apartment, and a re- should not be satisfied without makln thorough tlle, story, which I did not examine with the closest 1 .leu''- "-

regard tlhe mysterious 6tence ot ne accused as male in that ofethe.women. The sick lay quietly in work of it., Aud thus .1 left them.f scutiny, from floor to ceiling' to note whether ACCIDEST.-A seamen, foreigner, fell from aloft
ious otfevil, ainad hat been assured by numerous their respective beds, neatly curtained-looking as if The more .1 reflected upon the subject, the more there hlad or had not been any alterations-any re- bar ri E Romulus, yesterday and was lillcd
.blicationrs, that circumstances numerous and strong the hand of friendship and female sympathy had evident did it seem that the cause of truth and justice moral of partitions, closing of doors, new painting, a
adtranspIred, going to -snow that extensive altera- smoothed and a-,rranged them. All was still aad so- required at my hands. an investigation of thi's .ind or suspicious whitewvashidm, Or any such thinirs-rot Ti m ORiTICULTURAL REGISTKR AND GARDENER'S
, .. within .th un a. ade.er.ne. Placed there as I was, withoutanviprevious design of fd getting one truth, inserted by the amanuensis of:s not ATr -,io'The character of thisEwork is sfNA ient-n a
ose of preventing detention, should an examination: Call these walls, thought'I, witness so much self- making such a visit, and wholly uncommittesdind MargettinglODO tluth i nser ted by theaman'usi o o
ran~ri suh avist, nd holy ucomittdandMri. in the sequel of her latest edition, tl~{:hat Ma1r.-T4charatro hi oki s.cet
ver take place. A variety of incidents, moreover, denial and patience, so much toil and watching, with- unconnected with any of the parties to the controver- ever alterations may be attempted, then: are cha g s ]Y indicated by its title, and its claims to public pa-
ad been communicated to me as facts, while on the out expectation of fee or reward on earth, and yet be sy" If the priests and the nuns were actually guilty whichli o mason or carpenter can ,ake and effectually tronago will be, wlen it is kuown that T. G. Fessen-
ay to Montreal,, which had literally strengthened the abode of vice and profligacy which it is a shame of the fearful practices imputed to them, the truth conceal." But in this story there had been no claget lan wil bs i
a.e impression upon mmind, arising, frorn thi& s o. even to name ? Is it possible for beings depraved as should be known. If, on the contrary, the horrible ofany kind. The work and the fixtures were all, ev-" den, the'editor of the New England armer, .is its
.vamed arrayof b.e^rcum s, unthi t Ihd,,, these have been reported to be, to find that pleasure stories respecting then were not true, the, slander, identcly, time-worn and ancient. s conductor.
rived at tuh -belief. that, after,all, there mightibe- in doing good, which-sustaius them amidst allthe whether originating in the malice of a wicked woman There were, however, trap-doors in several of the
eb trthin thetle tha I had been .willing at privations s it probable-is it at all reconilble- or the distempered imagination of one who added in- apartments-several more tha are specified inOnedvision of the Va Bure party is known
S.... p ushvmthat Perso n sl n g habits 6 criminal sensuality, sanity to her frailty, should be arrested. In any event, drawings of Maria Monk. Every one of these tral- by the name of "Loco Focos"-would it not be ad-
soon ascertained, however, that sueh,.ivas by,- no cau be found so disciplined in spirit as to attend the Catholics were as much entitled to justice, as any doors I opened myself, and into every one of the visable for the other to take the name of"Lucifers?
9ans the qpinitntof thepitizen s ontreal. I'did upon cafes of disease most revdting, and for that other sect of'Christians; and I could not but hope vaults I descended, sometimes alone, but more froe-
en theiha'lftem, l e egener o class of society too which e it disease in its most and:believe, that in. the event of being allowed to quently accompanied by Messrs. Frothinghlanad nDITORIAL CORR SbONDr.Nc.--It wil be seen
"onthehlfohmne revl revolting features, because its.bjeett are destitute mkte a thorough investigation of the premises I Shepard. heyaults were usually store rooms for that we publish to-day No. 9-the last published was
us of the fair fugitive. But having been assured, of refined feelings, and that delicacy which conceals could not only arrive at a atisfactory conclusion my- Sthe accommodation, of the particular apartments im- No 6-7 and 8 are on their way, we presume, arid
om timet o time, by the publi~hingcfriends ~the in-'as mucl, as.possible what hias.a rendeney to disgust self, but should be able to aid in giving, the public mediately above. Every wall was earefull examin-
restinw .tietihl,.that her v'brk .ivas causingsoeor offend ? --And this course of conduct isIws arfllnot an oc-n trug ewOrensO Bnwrne-
.-itemesntmin it.pital *nd" that tl, y of p aionl ?-Ano tie exliib nuct is not anw oc- mind in"my own country a proper direction. Should ed, both as to its appearance, the texture of the mor- after p ainI t w a B-
itcet nwould cpial and'X riate bthearmy of be- casion5al &sh' feein exhibited before the world *it in the endi appp r i,.IL Maria Monk lhad told.Die tar..&c: &c. After these examinations were end- their of which is far out of the usual mail route from
hVera.wouhld tbe.vatlygreater.but f.or the terror i for effect, but is undertaken as alpermanet oemploy- truth, no in .t-he I .,,.a:er invented by the Holy fn- edth .the sisters took- us into theh-yards, and conducted Buffwalo to Providence, we may hope to receive them
.,.. the protesitanis .were held .by the, omanists, meant, fr'm which sickness.or death only ca a'please quisioion would be too severe for such lustful, bloody, 'us into the cellars and vaulted roams. The same
Stle danger h .i -id ino r by the express'resso teoonutdcia l y B oto the y ottef daaef
'd' -, (lie,'... dan. t'sb .g n 11ot] I v.nil ,an]ypci ica iillaiy. -u, nhtaeotle' and crutiny~wa$ every where made, and tet~tr and lay then-, before our readers,
A, A,. ,, lit p. .. .. a d 1 .ip I i.

In the Boston Courier of Monday; appeared a let-
ter from the Hon. William Jackson, Representative.
in Congress from the ninth District, Mass., from
which we copy the subjoined extract. It will be seen
that Mr. Jackson considers that "the great leading
interests of JVNw .England will, in the hands of Mr.
Van Buren, be in greater jeopardy, than in those of
any other candidate now before "the people." This
gentleman has had the best'opportunities of know-
ing the course of Mr. Van Buren and ot judging what
it may be in future. Let those politicians who ima-
gine that because Van Burcn comes from the north,
therefore lie will maintain northern principles, at-
tentively read this extract, and then judge if it is for
the security and prosperity -of Rhode Island to vote
for him in preference to Gen. Harrison, who always
voted for the Tariff, and is known to'be friendly to
New England policy.
The tirne was when I supposed there would be no
choice for New England but between Van Buren and
White, and wheu left to this alternative, the former
being a northern man, he might be supposed to pos-
sess northern feelings, understand northern interests,
and be relied on as a safb protector of them. Conse-
quently, I had no hesitation in giving him the pref-
erence-and believed that New I'.ngland, under these
circumstances, could not do better than support him.
That time has passed away, and these circumstances
have' changed.There is now no reasonable prospect
of the election of Jud,-e W,hite, and of Ils obtaining
a vote north of the -Potomac, nor probably half of
those south of it. His present strength in Congress
is far less than that of any other candidate--not an
eighth part of the whole. Had the election devolv-
ed upon Cono-ress last session, Van Buren would
have obtained'imore of the slave-holdino' votes than
White. Near sixty members from slave-holding
States in both Houses are now numbered among his
supporters, and not more than two-thirds that num-
ber for White. Now in view of the fact that in all
former presidential elections, slave-holders have al-
most exclusively confined their support to slave-
holding candidates, how is it that Mr. Van Buren
has at this moment a prospect of nearly double tl1e
aggregate number of all the blave-holding votes
whiel have Jbden given.to non-slave-holding candid-
ates since .the adoptoi O of the Constitution? Have
the South changed their hitherto uudeviating rule of
action and become less fastidious in regard to their
own peculiar interests, or less selfish than here-
.tofore ? The manner in which Mr. Pinckney's
resolutions on the subject of slavery, and Me-,
Cov's, in relation to the 'Compromise Bill,' were
sustained' by. Mr. Van Buren and his northern
supporters, together with their rejection of Mr.
Adams' amendment to the Arkansas bill.leaves no
around to suspect any such mistake or change.
In fact it seems 1o me that their course in relation to
these measures leaves the South nothing to fear, and
1 may add, the North nothing to hope finrom Mr'Van
Buren's election; and in my humble opinion,the great
leading interests ofoNe" Enogland, will, in the hands
of Mi Van Buren, be in greater jeopardy than in those
ofany other candidate now before tie people. I am
aware of the flattering unction that some of my
friends find in the expectation, that when once elect-
ed these northern feelings will prevail end control
,his actions in relation to northern interests. But
judging of tlie future by the past. his Presidential seat
wilrbe hardly warm under him before the contest
for his rc-eleet'loB will have commenced, with the
same inducements, both in kind and degree, to sacri-
fice us that he now has."
Poulson's Advertiser, of Philadelphia, gives an ac-
count of the raising of a splendid 'sign'i of WILLIAM
Hr.NRyI 'ARRiSON, at the-corner of Lacust and Tenth
streets. On one side, the General is represented in his
military uniform, leaning on his sword after the vic-
tory of Tippecanoe. On the other is seen the Far-
mer of Jh'orth Bend, Cincinnatus like, returned to the
plough, and tilling the earth with his own hand. '
When the raising was completed, three cheers were
given, after which an 'invitation was extended "to
all, without distinction of party," to partake of the
refreshments. The Mayor of the city appeared at.the
head of the table, and addressed the company in an
appropriate speechcalling upon them to support the,.
People's candidate for President.
From the Wasli.ngton Globe.
Statement of deposits and 'coinage of gold at the
Mint of the United States, in the month of Septem-
ber. 1836.
Balance remaining uncoined, Aug. 31, $1,228,415
Bullion of the United States, $30,9801
Foreign Bullion, 1,105
United States coins of former standard, 225
Foreign coins, 238,365
: "oi -s70,675

Amount of gold coinage within the
month of September, of which

$285,985 was in quarter eagles, 482,905
Balance renmainfing uncoined, Sept. 30, $1,016.185
In the Post of Friday, we gave the particulars of
an, infant child abandoned by its father. We have
learnt further from its mother, who. arrived in this
city on Saturday morning, that her husband, Peter
Connelly, abandoned her at Lowell; that some
months after she was informed he was in Cranston,
R. I., whither she followed with her child. He re-
fused to receive or acknowledge, her, but she insisted
at least that he should make some regular allow-
ance for the support of the child, and she would main-
tain herself. He brutally objected, but took the
child and walked off with it. Akt the distance of five
'miles, lie took the Providence cars, came to this city,
abandoned the child as described, and returned to
.Cranston. 'It is more than doubtful whether, Con-
nelly has-committed a criminal offence by this cruel
act.-Boston Post.
Acecident---An accident of a serious nature occur-
red .yesterday afternoon, on Long Wharf--a ion of
.Mr. Crosby, trucklman, while riding Oa a truck, ac-'
cidentally fell to the ground, and one of.the wheels
passed directly over his head. He survived but a
fbw monlents.
The Mechanics Charitable Association celebrated
their triennial meeting ou Thursday, by a Procession,
-Address, and Dinner, as usual. TIle Procession
leached from the Odeon to Hiighl street, in close order.
It was preceded by the BrigadTe Band. The Address
was delivered by James L. Homer, Esq., of the Cen-
tinel and Gazette, and consisted mainly of an inter-
estiug accounto6fsimilar institutions in all parts of the
world. Both in matter and manner, Mr Homer's per-
formance was highly'creditable to himself and the
Association before whom it was well delivered. The
other services at tile Odeon, were a voluntary on the
Organ; Praver, by the Rev Mr Rogers; Lessons fromn
Scripture, b'y Rev Mr Pierpont, and Hymns. After
these ceremonies were concluded, the Association
proceeded to Faneuil Hall, where about six hundred
sat down to an excellent dinner, provided by Messrs.
Borden & Brig"'; ofn0 Conoert Hall.-Boston Morn-
ing Post.
Madness and Civilization.-It is a curious fact, but
impossible to be controverted, that madness is one of
the attendants upon civilization and intellectual cul-
tivation. According to many well authenticated ac-
counts, it is comparatively unknown, among savages.
Although we should consider the statement very ques-
tionable, we can easily imagine that in a state of bar-
barism its virulent activity is rarely excited. It is
easily conceivable that the rnere animal in the shape
of man, Nwho eats, drinks and sleeps, giving no
thou_'lit fbr the morrow, is less liable to become de-
rang'd than lie of a more polished- and meditative
character. -Van Humboldt states that he had found
few cases of insanity areoag the American Indians ;
and a similar remai'k may be-applied to Russia, China
and Turkey-in which we may instance tie hospital
at Grand .Cairo, a city containingg 300,000 people
wherein N. Desgenettes round only 14 afflicted with
a nervous malady.-Ifevcllc on Insanity.--.
Signs of a fruitful season.-The editor of the Vil-
lage Re'cord was last week shewn by a friend, a bunch
of twenty-one apples, all growing on one stemn; and
this week he has been 'presented, by another friend,
with a bunch of peaches, forty-one in number, clus-
tWred round a small twig, half an inch in diameter..
They were large and handsome peaches, and but one
bligfted of the whole number. The editor also men-
tions having received same. samples of tomatoes, the
product of-that well cultivated region, one of which
weighed two pounds and five ounces.
The Boston Centinel states, that a gentleman left
Philadelphia at six A. M., on Saturday, stopped three
hours in New York, and was in Boston in twierty-
.Seven hours from the time ho left Philadelphia.