Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00014
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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7o.O. 14-ol. .-e.T. .ST SOS?2; VEAS S.a r QA.S. 2is. per Ana,

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Dramatic Performances
Will be given by
LADrSn and OrrCE3Ss
Of the GarlisoIl,
Under the patronage -of His Excellency
Tuesday &c Wednesday,
The 13th and 14th Apiil,
When will b'?e produced the following-:
The Original Comedy in 3 Acts, by T. W. Ro-
BE, PTSON, Esq.,

To be follow,-d r-,n Tuisilay, thr. 13thI April, 1:y;
the Coimn-.dy in o(-n: 1 y H. T. Cr:.A-
VEN. ESq.,

And on Wedne.nlay, tf1e l1th April, by the
Comedy in on-" Act, by SVIIRLLEY Br:OO,,s
Anything for a Chan ge.

By kind plrmi-ision of Lt.-Col. Walker and
Officers of the, R:.1-., the Band of ihe 99th,
(Duke of's) reat., will pe--rfor1m.
Prograiiiu-s and TickAt.. to be obtained at
the BRoyial Gaztt.-" 'tationery Store, .whcr
plar, s of tihe T.i tre inl.y be seln.,

Dress Circle 2 6 Res.-.vved Seats 1,- ; Pit 1.I
Gallery 3( Doors ope[n it 7-30. Performanceent 8 ot_'clc Carri..'s, 11 ,-.0.
Stag,' MInug'tCr, C.APT. PUZEY. r.E..
30thl March, 1880.


PIurS WHITELY, to keep tlihe Tavern called
the Mtropolitin th Town of
H1amilton was, this 29th day of March, 1880,
forfeited, the said Benjamin Adolphus White-
ly having been the second time convicted of
selling Spirituous Liquors at the said Tavern.
contrary to the provisions of Act No. 4 of
1850, to Repeal the Act for regulating Li-
quor Shops and Taverns and to substitute
other TRegulations therefore "
Given under our hands on the day and year'
first above mentioned.
March 29, 1880.
A VWIFE's EDUCATION.-lt i better to know how
to make home happy to your husband thin to read
Greek to him : and that even music and singing-j
although very attraelive to family visiters-cease
to be a substitute fur the commoner virtues aiter a
time. Good cookery is a most valuable aecorn-
plishment in a wife's educaLion, after the first dilu.
sion of the honeymoon is over.


a1 STO fE.

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And, just received per 'Bermuda,'
Ladie', Gents' an! Chiidr.n's

B Boots & Shoes
V;ry Chelp,
HATSandi CAP-',, I ER fIJL "LTO &,.
Apply to
R. H. ) .UIfDl N.
Hamiil:'n, M:rch .9, 1880.--'I
Exchange ons .rcYr o'or.


R. W. Hlayward & Co.
F. D. S. NASH,
31 Front S t cet.
Hamilton, March 29, 1rO.-tl

Received irTonI Lo don
iia.Newv Y....e i er ". "* ,"
At tie '" hIo' ail .* /_ el.x," ':itio~th.ey -tor,-,

x Iicady rFL('i'ON K-".-s
Language or' F L'..x', ;'; : s
H iM's 1 irst 'sencih *.'
Coilin's British HiSTi,;T V
Colenso's AltITIIM Vi1C iev t1c |l.
GI *;'- and C(hambe.- tO, K-KCI', i ,
Claiion t REEDS Co1'cl sI.:N-
&c., &e., &&C.
Hamilton, March 29, 1880.j

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P! forii-Or.
March 23, I .'Z.

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1Frorn Antigua, W.\., via New York,
I.t) :'l rrrl4 (.' i '.- ,. vit i l o

40 l. l" iohr I 'L c "
V i;! I'e s.'hi ,o p from ile 'ie lir! f'.
I' I \. $. i'r .
I ;l ' 30, I --.
S ''.u Lon:s Plhil ;iP r w.'..., ;.!i 1 at ic l-)tnI
'e walked oae ,lay 1,, h iiim lf to 'ri ,',. hr.,rt, for
j the purpus-r-., n. he ,aei, (A:.f z'ein v sm:- of ibo.h Ft -i nii li h vhlo .h i s:rlre i h eni o tn hei sie.e. tti-e.
I As he pns ofi his ha, b n,.d imh eIl i, roy;! ,ip:i h s s, l!.
-" W\ ha's oui n.'m,' ? inqrh'i ie, Ih'. kin 1 .
' Wha't w re youn en I Iv he. ?'-" ,P-a'e,
y-ii. :d hi.hI it s ;," r id id ;. n an, I I:t-pti l,:
S-.''T n,' Pl' an rin l aliiun:pw cl:. i. e i Cer'-
trance f- rleans l ius<: -. 1.)i:l y'..u inu .I 9'" s.i 1
Loui is, T'hy. ',n-. l :'o,:. I fellw, You i!id wh t I
wa- unable to du." '
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' l- I'.NR-V D \ icI.Il ,L,, u %l is now
bs D is' si, i 1s ItusimT -s, l'ns fui. uiishcd
mile \\iili ill eI 'tes''r, i! .' ir t r pro"u.inu ;
thi ")N I -u N u s.:KI) sop.i e. t,: I.., | iis,.,m,,r .
I'ers us e.n se- ,irti .-; I.( ,''t;\ii'iu ; ,asuli y I l'>r 5 '-'.t)
' ill ilea-Ce call aun r ;-', t.,.ir ..':i e on Li ,t
NiO%% ope.'i r my n ,t.

N','os. 3 ind .i Q ,en >ti.
i "lmi!to', "27th 'ami eh, S. 0.--4

i iter!bridre Bros.,

Impor/mh and ( Foriarding Com-
mission .Merchan 's,
RE,:) S I'PR EE'T, H 1\ILTOLIN, It': !LTIn),
Agents for
MvSessrs. Miller & Spencar,
187 E -,L ; STI IEfT,
NEW Yroi.
Consivrnmeuts of I'IiODiUCE. JCrlicituLd for
this wvell-,tio iwn retlial,. Firm. i'ne attention ,
tiiven to all ii piinents, and .\Acount Sales nmd
L;etirns pr'omptly r, nd'e.,',
ir a lny further ilromiil.ion, StIencil PI itc ,
&zc., pleas,;; apply to 0. ER:S., I inution.
i.iarchI 155,,lc-0.-tf*

W J. ltarthololnew,,
WATOS & OLSoo 2.,L ,
*26 FRONT STrI: [.'*',
( It li.i ,Store of ;. ,A. iM.sters, Esq.,)

N. very deseri' ion i, f cli- es, i.'nc' k -
and J:ewel'*ry thi r<)iuI l:y r\ epairtdl ; lih 'm ,I., l:il
experience ol ovtr ,30 years in Lon.kon ail
A inerien.
M-',e;, 30ith, ISS0 -3im

i MI-TRES~: Mary, here's a lelegrarin fiom your
master. He has met with an accident on the rail-
way. Oh, if it should i.ill him !"-" Mary : "But
it can'l, mium, can it, if be insured his life ?"
An old Chinese poverb says: An unitind word
falls, easily faromn the tougue ; but a coach and six
horses cannot bring it, back."

To the Farmers of Bermuda.

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i' !:duce L .u;;,ht ". :* '..a1 .:,.'1 I r! ." ,,
Office, 3 Q!c(n StISeet
Hamillto, 'March 15, L i-0.--lm

R. W. Hay ward & Co),7
C; N.F I 1 \ J.

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lh,'.i-ilton, March 1 0, iS0.- f

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A Fine Toned Uprilght.

\Van uit-',\',.f.! c.sJ, r.n'i rnil, cx lr' s!V t,> sui t

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there's wan."--Ie)!! l:iily : <-)n
fir., o'r uo,'t li!ht--"'- M:,'V :
of it, mrua'amn. "Su.e I tried : '

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il1I lIT \NI) N\. ---
r.'E})EDP. ar, invited oor the
For Sale at Q-'rY eacl-hi at VR. ('HAP-'," (1.l ".,I. -,
MAUN'S StO"O.; C,.-)nve-y,. of MAIL i between
MAN s *tO.C :.- "E.am_!.t and i: .landt..sland,
T 'i li..' "' t ,i From thv.- lr1t ,of July ne:'xt, mi.,der the provi-
S sions of the- Post Oti.e Act, 1S79.
S-- -- ---- ---, TENDERS will be rec-eived until

(iren Ginger !!

First I .'i ival Greeni GIA L ER.
i' e i n;rr i br Sat!.
Fr'mit stre-.t (-No-. 27 an I I'?8), .-,
iH la ilti.n, 9.::'d ".- r.., l st. I "

While the public wind i: occupied with harrow'iug
thoughts of railway di-asten. a erumb of comfort
may ba found in the fill e ,i.ig which I came upon
tlie other i!..rningi C iu ('bhts,, Fra'uci4 Adamins' book
on r! ii'a l w i!du ; ;teid .,Iy. I-y giv, te rw.'ol w 'e'3
bhoIrn u a t!i ir ad icaA','' s :. th i er.uiirtu A lieiir au
autitbrity', '" :ind ireuaniume, upia it, travel'iug five
bunidre i nile.-; a day all bf.- ice, Lo w..,utd, with aver-
ngit, s:od t.i'tui,e, be somu.'wi~at over >,ighty years ot
age bIefure ho would Ibe ii,'-.1i7el iu any accident re-
sulting iu his pers|oin.I iLj'ry, while he would attain
the li',hlvyl r-spectable iag.! f, 9.0 y-ears b,.ore be-
ing killed !'"

7'0 i farmers snd (:lhcrs.

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e w ilt hli u ;' i ,l: in .. t
n ah of I',lf yI'il aI
Oh p ore:it di,.li, a- .ar1 ",'I
:' hat p s.., ."'
(,% I r. Ip d i ',) :
o 1li. mny c u' le, n.' ,|i,
t v : Y,:'1:, ma'am,
W! bW y if it missP3
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of II :,-, ,5:JR
March 23, :-"0.-5

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Edited liv
DR. \VOLF'iED! NrL..,,
lilyv GC;raplc"'' Co Irsp;. muict, No .v Yurk.
i.\ highly i1:telestin', litle IW ork or about 11!)
p ge ,U,,,l r'-.r lthe ailo'.- tiller, will sho ltly is uep,
it' tilnou;i suii sc' a:ie ,tetraineel.
I'Price, 50 Cint per copy.
Naniesa ndi .A.i dresss, le .t at the
Royal iazt-le" '' tuioirery Store, '. niiiltoli,
Berm td a.
New York, '"1- elh I, IIl.--.

The Maneh 'h,;uk Coal! s-vlte is iouut iible for
the following : 1" \X'&t a .2neau .iu!l si'/,l," exclair.-
ed Mrs. Jones,, ro e !.Apked out ,ver
th biautinul CenCr.y romn t Lhl;igh "Vay ca".
Ye2," rp':lied J..:,.--, it,tnot I l ini;. ir.! ey3'es fromin
li ii |).-" *c o1' ,.i a-. iic."

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So setn a, 3the i t is ilied up, of" ich i '.ice
Siil Ie yven,

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MNIlde expres-:iy or iith I C' Propeiprly
of a (;e'itle;nia. !e.i, ine. the t.'tolnJ'y.
30 Cil.\INOC .\'I I-: -'C!i .
Lit cf :-.uisc' il)_,ts at. the St:tiionery Store
ad',j in, ti e ,i ,tt i '-:_ e" ', ;'l .' it n iiL.i.

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1/19Lh Regt.
St, George's, Glth l larch, 1880.

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ill ''. '- hi-iighe 'l.iu.rkert I:i 'es.
pt, ,. 'lint -al. .' c-. :i, "citl-iient, -. Lit ir-

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i The 2,1-h <,f Ma.y, at Noon.
Whi.n the ,tini-. will l:.e for approval.
FulrtttH't ir in',.ilr" tio in:n be obtaifnettat this
OUtie., ,,r t' thli..- Post. Office at St. George's. .
Colonial Postmnaser.
Colonial Post Office, -
S1-H:uilton, 30th Mar h, 1880.)'


IfONsIDER-ABLE l-layt in the delivery of
._. T_,.tt ,r. a.. n I i-ip.:. l :.nt in:ltvonive iene.
to th t Pub' i,., l. tvi',_a : ris: n ftroin i: i. per-
feet in:mn.i- in which ma ny Lit tt-is are ad.-
dre.,se.,d, th_.' C(.',L_.I' I.\ L POS IMAT. TI'RI earnestly tl. l:'ic to a-.4i-t hin in his efforts
to e-nsur',_: tl,: pi.-,iiipt a;nd early delivf ry o'
C.:'lr.pi,. n-, Lby :d;way.s writing. on the
a-llr... of L,- teis, et. only te? Parish to
,'hi.', e,:, L..:ter i.s :, ) be sent, but also the
p,: r'i.i; ular -,' i .-iv inX- T Houlise. in that Parish
, withiujt whose -irele iof di-livery thIe correspon-
dent aldre:ss:.: reside, .
It- w Iou Ii atly t-a..:-ilitate thli servi':-:e of lhe
I Pot Ot'- if Genl.?m-nn! ,nd Ladies would
I:.- t !,:I 'it .-i gli ii l.-tters or lnot.-., to
i7.', n t. .,ly ih ,, -" >'hi:ch th, y ..ii:, .-it ls- the number or
SOher ,liin.-'uishing d-,ia'nutttion of. lithe Re.,
, c'tivi_, frLOiuse' frl'm w\!'hich 1 fters nd:dressed to
ith- in :- h1_i'0 .1.. I l'ii-i'. T. Their Correspon-
diants v.oul'l itius- b.' Ialwl ay ablh to giv- the
I':ler ilnd cI mpletl aidMress -n tlhiri replies,
aind thius nmu..-h trouble be saved to the Post
Office an d Miu.:h .inonve:niene be spared to
the Publie.
C. P. M:
Colonial Post. Office, Hauilton, 3
17th Marlch, 1880. 3

Are reqn-(ostod by the _Undersigned,

By S tli Proxiimo,
For Building a 42 feet Sailing
i~~ ~ 1^ 1 9% rBiBta't L

For H. M. Service.

f Lr u1.i l -A itt ntio, and Drawings can be seen on
alppalii'rtio'i at the 1.MA.I'ER 1,II'WTIGiT's O.f-
tic ', D -.'e ,vard.
pr'set -ea"" ,J. I MORESBY,
H P1 'I' It' (';1it, Ch,arie r.f Naval Establish ,,n s.
Match 29, 1.0.--2
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F 4fOT*1'i. is hkere'h-v iivea that a fresh Supply
<.of the Choic.e-i T' I \(''0'CO SEED has
been rec ive. 'r..,! Ir ir ill..jest)'s (Consult Genli-
n ral ;:at I:iv.a nal?., i! is ra-adly 'or distribution
to nll I'erson d.-irous of tr inig to cultivate
Tobcce.i.-T 1e prc'-ont, is n v'ry favourablt
Slim i e Fo, so\\i the .-ee..
S |Packes of T l' eeld suMiicient to plant
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tr. et, io wi! .nder t'n-In ev.ry ti: lity tur
s,) ,.loing.
Illialt.,u, M ,,ci I, 18 0.--2 ,n

anl acre f1 U ire iiii v..ii e t! IMi tlIuteU grratis on
applieaiiuan to any of t i.' following (Gentlemen :
l('i \ !5 'T N T': :-', Ve-'qr., t'Devonshire,
I). .11-P l i .i E: i., i |, :[, II-I, l am iltiop,
\V'orsiui'ful J i N I iP.'''I S, a day's,
('. U. -;I A 1'I'. E isq:., A-.sislant lece iver
GcenIracl ri. (;eorgcs.
Chi.k to the Board of' Agriculture.
Hamilton, Ist Ul-c!,, IS'0.-8

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Sun lMutual Life

Insurance COneom/ny,
OF ,'u; i 1.\L, CANA1).%.
Sulscribled Capita!, i .-ilfa .Million Doll:as.

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hir-.. i : C o1' ,tI .i,' ti i i tlhe-c l. ,i -.
LieI' :1nd [1ei' ,. :,- t I'o!ic'.L ; grante-! at
S. :t c 'a-i '.-s ( iinil),m i',': .tl !,:1i i' i se Acurity.
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For -eflt,

Th C (Jottage
AN -- ; .71 L i Ia

N a. : .LI i, thi T o ,,c ut-lv in
th: c j.C .ui, n of .i i. J .i, 3 ..'. s \ .
Alp.'y to
I.. 1). D.h{(1{ELL.
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Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between the
28Ih March and 4th April, 1QS0: height above the
sea, where the Register is kept, being 246 feet.


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General Remarks.

64 29-3'O Thunder, lig'ng., ra
56 29-320 Thunder, lig'g., mo
58 29-580 Fine, pleasant [gal
57 29-770 Fine, pleasant
60 30-080 Fine, pleasant
GO 30-250 Fine. pleasant
60 30'*220 Fine. cloudy


1;tili |lh1-4 .6 a et_.

Hamilton, Aprill 6, 1880.
_- :-- --.. . . .

Court of General Assize.

The Honorable JosIAH REES, Chief Justice, and the
TRIMIN.HAM, Assistant Justices, presiding.
The Sittings of Court of General Assize for the
Criminal Sessions for Easter Term commenced yes-
The usual service preceding the Sitting of the
Court was held at Trinity Church at 11 a.m., when
the Rev. Mark James preached a suitable sermon
for the occasion, from Isaiah CXLuII v 13.
After service His Honor the Chief Justice and
the Assistant Justices, took their seats on the Bench,
and after the ordinary routine of opening the Court,
etc., was concluded and the Grand Jury empanell-
ed and sworn, George W. Hill, Esqr., being chosen
Foreman, His Honor the Chief Justice addressed
them to the following effect:
Gentlemen of the Grand Jury,-You will be happy
to hear that at this Criminal Sessions there are very
few cases in which the crimes charged against tha
prisoners are alleged to have been accompanied with
violence. On former occasions I have had occasion
to express my regret that so many of the casees
brought before us were alleged to have been com-
mitted with violence. This Session there is only oneu
case in which the prisoner is charged with violence,
and therefore it shews an ameliorated state of affairs
which I trust may continue.
The cases which will come before you do not
seem to me to require any special comment, but if
you wish my assistance in any matter of law, I
shall be happy to afford it to you.
In conclusion I must remind you that it is not
your province to try the case. If a prima facie case
is made out against the prisoner it is your duty to
find the Bill.
The following indictments were laid before the
Grand Jury by S. BROWNLOW GnAY, Esqr., Attor-
ney General :-
The Queen vs. Wm. Vickers Swan. Larceny, (No.
1.) True Bill. Pleaded Guilty. Sentenced to
be.imprisoned in St. George's gaol for 12 calendar
months with hard labour.
The Queen vs. Win. Vickers Swan. Larceny in a
Dwelling [louse. True Bill. Pleaded Guilty.
Sentenced to be imprisoned in St. George's Gaol
for 12 calendar months with hard labour.
The Queen vs. Storey. Larceny. True Bill. Tried
and found Not Guilty."
Adjourned to this (Tuesday) Morning, at 10

List of Jurors
Ret turned to Serre in the Court of Gtenral .As..:e,
St. George-William Lindsay Toddings, Alfred
Burch, Thomas Morris Wainwright, Frederick
Barren, Robert Edward Neyon Boggs, William
Henry Albuoy.
Bamilton--James Anderson Lightbourn, James
Love Pearman, Thomas William Hill, Edward
Richard Eve, William Stephen Outerbridge Pen-
iston, Michael James Burrows Davis.
Smiths-Mortimer Outerbridge, Benjamin Abraham
Williams, Thaddeus Trott, Stafford Nairn Joell,
Robert Thompson Peniston, Matthew Ritchie
Devonslhire-Thomas Thaddeus Robinson, Clarkson
Tynes, John Skinner, John Cox Watlington, Na.
thaniel James Robinson, John Thomas Stone.
Pembroke-David Wadson Hughes, John Henry
Robinson, Richard Nathaniel Swan, Alonzo John
Doane, James Ray, George Vallis.
Payet-Daniel James Todd, Thomas Driver Mus-
son, Henry Lockward, Daniel Triminghaaq, Ro-
bert Richard Jennings Tucker, James Esten
Warwick- James Moore, Richard Hinson DeShield,
Daniel Dunscomb, Marischal Keith Frith Smith,
William Morgan Tatem, James Braithwaite
Southampton- .loi.hli Frith Bartlett, Alexander
Thompson Cooper, Samuel Ingham White, Mans-
field Francis Smith, John Newbold Bascombe,
George Watts Hill.
Sandys-Alty Daiell Gilbert, George William
Young, John Burnett, John Hinson Young, Jnr.,
Thomas Seymour, William Nusum.

March 30--)-Schr. Meteor, Dunscombe, Barbados; su-
gar, &c., to T. J. Wadson.
April 2-Schr. Lord Mayo. Watts, Halifax, N.S.; a.s-
sorted cargo to John F. Burrows.
5-Schr. Havelock, Diekson, Liverpool, N.S.; ;bo-
ends to Samuel A. Masters.
April 1-Mail Steamer lermuda, Wilson, New York ;
6 boxes and 2,n45 bibs. potalues, 1 bl. and 10,264
boxes onions, 1 crate and 5,701 boxes tomatoes, 152
boxes beets, 11 kegs arrowroot.
April l1-Br. Bark Sea Foam, Wilkins, 10 days from
Charles-ton, S. :.', for Rotterdamn with a cargo of
2,6'10 bls. r.siu and staves, put into this port leaking ;
will have to discharge for repairs.-Agents, W. C.

H) land & Co.
2-Am. Schr. George L. Treadwell, 4 days from Bal-
timore with corn, &c., to S. Chapman.
Gm. Ship BDrtha, Sciiwarting, discharging in lighter
to come into pol.-Agents, W. C. Hyland & Co
Br. l:klue. B.ljday, Couper, repairing.-Agents, W. C.
LIylund & Co.
Alu. l1kine. (./ha.. /,L. A.' .. n, Ho .rd1ig, rcairi1g.
-Agents, \V. C. Hlaurid & Co.
Br. Ba'k '-e Foami, ilkins, discharging.-Agents,
W. C. Hyland & Co.
Br. Bge. TnmptLt, Stewart, ready for sea.-Agents, W.
C. vHyland & 'o.
Br. Bge. I:art, Cotter, waiting orders.-Agents, W.
C. IJ)land & Co.
Br. Bge. Lelan Johnstone, waiting orders.-Agents,
W. C'. H)iland & C'o.
Br. Schr. l'ltatfir, Nickerson, loading.-Ageota, 'W.
C. 1-Hyland : LCo.
Br. Schr. .Mi, ion, Jarvis, waiting orders.-Agents,W.
L. iE lf.i,,l & Co.
Bus. -eihr. ( atharinaa Mauia, Rosenberg, ready tfor sea
-Al.ents, \V. C. Hyland & Co.
Am. Schr. Albert If. Smith, Laurie, repairing.-Agent,
J, S. Darrell,

Am. Schr. Gio. L. Treadivell, Wilkins, dischargi ng.-
Agent, S. Chapman.
PAS;ENGER. S. 1i..r.D.
In ihe Mail Sleamner Bcrr,;, ,. o;i Tliur-,il:v last, tfor
New York-Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Croiker. Mr6-. C. LT.
Steward, Misa do Groot. Mr. anil Mr.. Wn. D-vs.t,
Mrs. Monell, Mrs. Oman. M-is< Loui-e Bnutlier. Mlii-
.lina niutler. Desp;rl. Mr. .d Mr,. W. I. Mun-
roe, Colonel and Mrs. Lilley. Mr. anrd M r. D. Ew-
ine, Mr. arid Mrs. G. A. Beardlev. Mrs. Hawley,
Miss Windle. Judge Monell, Moesrs. H. A. Houhton.
W. G. DeWitt, F. A. Omnan, H. P. Whitney, D. W.
Butll-v. W. F. Draper. Henry Coxx Outerrbidilge, Abner
Goodlhuc. S'crat.'--R. McDiiahl.

Inl the Royal Mail Stearner 1R2a, froni Janinica for
Bermuda, .IMrs. G. Shaw. Mr. White. Mr. Dyne. ril,
Mr. Bentley -For Hali:ax, Mr. Thimupsnm, Mr m
Thoimpsniin, Miss, is', T'1'. Tlioinp~ion, rni
Master A. Thompson.-Fromn Ber'muda for IHalifax,
Captain Adam Cotter.
'The Schir. -..1l,e, from Portland, Maine, to the ad-
dress of S. S. Inlhmnni,
and tfle Schr. Glance from London to the address of
N. T. Butterfielil & Son, anchored at Grassy Bay, last
even intg.
The S'cihooner Lvrd Mayo, Captain Watis, arrived
at this Port on Saturday last in six days fromin ali-
fax. with a general cargo. Captain W. repoils having
experienced heavy weatliher the whale pa-isase ; decks
continually fl',dlfd with water. On (the "tth ultimn.
during a hIeavy Southerly gale, carried away jibboomn
and nearly lost 3 of his crew.
H. M. S. Plottr, left Janmaea for Nassau, Bermuda,
and England on the 15th ulti6m1o.
II. M1. S. Tanmar (Troopship), will probably be here
to-day or to-morrow.

We are indebted to Captain Watts, of the Schr.
Lord Mayo, for Halifax papers of the 27th ultimo.

On Friday, the 2nd April, there was a Fancy
Dress Dance at Mount Lang.ton, for which the in-
vitations were issued for froim 5 to 9 p.m. the
room was prettily decorated, the costumes much
varied, and the dancing was kept up with spirit
till 10 o'clock.
Among the guests were their Royal Highnesses
Prince Edward and Prince George of W\ales, Ad-
miral Sir Leopold and Lady M'Clintock and Miss
Dunlop, Capt. Lord Charles Scott, R.N., the Rev.
J. N. Dalton, Colonel, Mrs. and Miss Gordon, Mr.
Maron, R..., Col., Mrs. and the Misses Rhodes.
Below is a ::t of the costumes:
Lady Latfan ..............The Old Woman who
lived in a shoe
Lady McClintock..........Cyprus
Mr. Ashby, R.N. .......... Schoolmaster of the
18th Century
Mrs. Bigelow..............Pack of Cards
Master L. Bigelow ........ Biseayan Peasant
Miss Buckingham .........Spanish Gitana
Miss Alice Butterfield ...... Alice in Wouderland
Master Aubrey Butterfield..Little Boy Blue
Miss Dulce Butterfield......Highland Lassie
Master H. Butterfield......Sailor
Miss Julia Butterfield ...... Little Bo-peep
Mr. Carpenter, A.D.C. ....Court Jester
Captain Cotton, 99th Regt. .Black Domino
Miss Dunlop .............. Spanish Lady
Miss Darrell ..............Ancient Greek girl
Miss Anna Darrell ......... Music
Master 11. Darrell ......... Italian Brigand
Master R. S. Darrell ....... Jockey
Miss Emmie Darrell........ Bohemian Gipsy
Master IH. Darrell ..........Maquis
Master T. H. D. Darrell .... Pa'e
Mis- F. Davis .............Lady Barbara Yelver-
Miss A. Davis .............Italian Peasant
Miss Gosling...............Swiss Peasant
Miss Grace Gosling........ Grave Darling
Miss Lillie Gocling.........Italian Girl
Miss Helen Gosling........Wallachian Peasant
Miss Belle Gosling ........Watteau Shepherdess
Mims Rose Gosling .........Moorish Lady
Miss Gordon .............. Spanish Lady
Mr. Hamley .............. Beefeater
Mrs. Hamley......... A Young Lady of Tar-
Mr. Hurd ................. Grand Turk
Al ster Hurd .............. Figaro
Master George Hurd.......... Bluebeard
Miss Julia Heyl .......... Little Miss Muffet
Mr. Harvey, R.N. .........Jack Tar
Miss James ................ Mary, Mary, quite
Mr. Jones, 99th Regt .......Sir Basil Bodkin
Miss Laffan .............. Ariadue
Miss Laura Laffan ........Neapolitan Peasant
Miss Lough ............... Spring
Miss Angie Lough ..........Milkmaid
Miss Monell ............... Snow Queen
Miss Munro .............. Dresden China
Master McClintock......... Blue-jacket
Miss McClintock ..........Nurse with Baby
Master J. McClintock ......Blue-jacket
Master B. McClintock......Smallest Blue-jacket
in the Service
Mfr. McCrea............... Black Domino
Mr. Malony, 19th Regt ....Chimnney Sweepto the
S19th Regt.
Mr. O Sullivan, R.A. ..... } Paddy the Piper
Mr". Cottrell, R.A. ., Paddy's Biddy
Miss Outerbridge.......... Flower Girl
Mi.-s Matie Outerbridge .... Folly
Miss \\ innie Outerbridge... .Grandmamma at her
first Ball
Miss D. Outerbridge ......Alsatian Peasant
Captain Pilleau, R.E ......Lord Chief Justice
Master C. Pilleau..........Engineer Officerof the
17th Century
Mi-s Lena Penistoun........Scotch Girl
Misc Ad'le Penistou ........ Flower Girl
Mr. Pullen................ Ralph Backstraw
Mr. Payne, 9fth Regt......Zulu Warrior-Cete-
Mr. Coekburn, 99th Regt. ..His favourite Wife-
Mr. Randall .............Mitu 'amy, Cingalese
Mrs. Randall.............. Mrs. John Gilpin
Miss Randall............. Pompadour

Miss Rhodes .............. Marqui.eso
.1 iss A. Rhodes............ Senora of Andalusia
Mastil'Trimniughlarm........Spanish Matador
Miss Nellie Trimingham.... Norwegian Peasant
Miss Tucker.............Queen of Hearts
Mater Tucker .............Grandfather
Miss Somers Tucker........Di Vernon
Mr. Tyler ................ An awkward nian with
his spine twisted

Mr. Nai Tuam Surawongse,
R.N. .................... Blue-jacket
Miss Lela T'uek;mr..........Su i' Shephec', -.,.
C'.!one-l 'Vip,,r:e, 19th L'Regt...Sr.-irap of Java
Mr. Vn.n IKonghiljt-i, R.N. ..(:.(.:-
31.". V,".n Jh'op, R.E ......C'.'u ier ei- .f tinete
C !;Iarles 1I
Mi. lS W ater-s................ Italian Peasaut fl
i. l ..............The LM a; IIatter fit


We aie munich pleased to r.i.ii i in ti.-, iat '..t
graduate, in the collegeg e ofu Pllhy.-iianj and.1 Sur-.
georis, ",.rk- th- e imiedi,'.l ,-Ip.irt, it.i i; ., t.'e.-
lumiac Clk.tmc--,-:-.]brated,.mn t!iw 12th ulitun'-. ann,
pu eli.- ed ;'u tmhee. New Yoik 1 ,:ir-,-is .,i' tie.- f._ :iowtvi)':
day--the eanOe of E. C. Wilkiun-on. Mr. Wil-
kinsou is the eldest son of W. H. \\ilkin,'in, E;:q.,
M.C.P. for St. George's. We are informed that
this young medico's examination was a most cre-
ditable one,


it is desirable that the conn.ectiou ot Trinity Church
with the Parish Church of Pembroke, and the Rec-
tor of Pembroke Parish with the Ministeri of Trin-
ity Church, be AM:rDED." Anrolher rTs,'inition- 2
Pew Renters obje.,tin.---p.a'ls:td to vest tLc Patron-
age of the living iu ti'- Li-e, 1 ithi certain regIul.-
tious as t.o servi,_'-, i-eiit eil to a Coanuinitti-e to
draw up a Draft Petition toi tLe L'?Iisl-iture ove'-
refei red ,Io.

.'-:utrOI-' ''oLtr::eLt.'e ---- 'a Ti em':-il.ay i.sit g. i*,pT
H Reyuo! Is, .t itioT: ..ti'i t Il .- p.-. llel .t t a ii .
in Devon-:lice 'ar ti-hI lain: anu alte .>-:iini w'-ith
one of the- p'lty pi ..-m.nt, rc:-,.eiv.d a pi.tA "aui
in tlie htrea,,t, ind! wias tr a lihne thought to .I?
dead. le -was ."s ;j-ditilu-ly .as po'siAlIe con-
veyed te tIe Mi'it.-n i1.i'1ital. Being in too pre-
carious a n.tati to liI'- the iill xtrac-toed, and not
be-ig allowe.v l t. .,-,:,1. he i v ,.1r.-Ii oit the .lhootinig
is not known, Tls--, pr-:'..sut say that he sl.,t
himself. The pistol, a r .-liall revolver, .was found
somo 150 yards fionm thl \with] tie stock
.......... --.. -,.--
A n 1" '1i u.-t -, i ... i n *.. / -,.- -'; 'i h, .-u
t-V -Ith ius. ., : T i ..-' -i "-, '. .
on view ..' t i 1 .. f -- : i: r-.d
d 'e.ti v i, .1 l I... ..i: i i -u i' t _h i t :,.
ih -t., T cll e l., a .. ..,. ... : :. .1 t tu ,. (' i :,' .
HA t ii .' '' I, l -' .4 -m : l'.
othei .-. thie ju:. -. i :la ', rd i ; 1: ; .;, h re-
si.- ltr.o'! ;:inaui,i .i -- 'v "in.- -
An Inc ;.1 a .ld i" HI -u .i!ti *: n i !i: bi
i;_ t., i,..-f,:' t '. (. '. I ,-. :, .- .-..' ,, ,.',., i ,i!,::, '.. v i.: w
of t ;,, l ij y of !iii:; T .:,i..!p rCr! 1'1ri 1 ": i ,1. -,.' l
,;..v l.. ri.. ; l .- i' ui ,-,'l ;. a.' i O u 4'' o t \ ., l. ,, '.

g ir I-..ld .i .''u itA f., l i .e 'L i s, i':hi v,'.i n i

nit 1l> a ;lnen et a d I' eluf! :4 n t acid bi: --.Ii
she i;.s li.-.cover cd ~ as so s.-ii.ouly i!mjir-ed, that
she lingered in great agony for about 8 hours, when
she died.-Verdict in accordance.

j 8S We are requested to :stat.- that LArY LAFFAN
I will not bo "AT HOME" n.'xt LThuri.rsv, tihe th

MONDAY. 2'THI MARCn.-HI. MA. S. Bacclante,
Captain Lord Charles Scott, with their Royal
THighnesses Prince Edward and Prince Georgc of
Wales on board, arrived at B'irmuida. Weather
too unfavorable for much communication with the
main land.
TITEr.DAY, :0TH MArin.-TLheir Royal Iilhness.s
had intended, crr-osing ,'over from Irelan.l Island 1 ,I
,.all on Hi.-. Excellen,yv the (i overnuir and on thli
Admiral, but the weatlier lrovefd too iinf\..ruibl.:.
WIELNESDAY, 31ST MAnTc'.-T-l,.ir Royal High-
nesses, acevomp anied by tli-r Tutor the le-. J. N.
D;alt'.,, came over to ('lareuco Hill in the morning,
whence they drove in the Adniiral's carriage to
call at Govinrnmeut House, after which they re-
turned to Clarence Hill and thence to the Bacchante.
TUri:sDAY, IST APRIL -Their Royal Highnessis
were on duty on board their ship all day and in
the evenin_- they dined at Government House.
FMIDAY, 2ND APRIL.-Eamlv iu the forenoon their
Royal Highnesses with Captain Lord 'larles
Scott and Mr. Dalton, rode' with the Goveinor.
They first. went to the Flatts whi.-re they paid a
vibit to Mr. Allen, the Anericiian Consul. and z:aw
hi-i fish pondl, after which they continued their ride
to the Devil's Hole, there dismiounting again to see
the fish ; thence theiy pro:-ededl to Tuck-er's Town.
The party thouen returned over Knapton Hill and by
the South Road to Hamilton, and through the
Town by Pitt'.. Bay to Clarence Hill. In the af.
ternoon they were ircsenft at a fancy dress dance
at Mount Langton. Their Royal Hi;ghnesses
pas-ed the night at ('lareuce Hill.
SATUP.DAY, 3RD APRIL.-In the morning their
I Royal, i:,-aonlpanied by Mr. Dalto:n,
wei- mdh-riven, by tihe ('roern'.:'s Aid'l,-e-Camnp, to
the Li.-lithotse, which they asceii-1-. in order to
see the fine view of our Tslands.. Then returning
to Harmiltou thc-y prove(ded to Mount Lang'tou
when they took iiincher.n. Ij the .aftirnroon they
were present at Lady M'Cliiitor-k' "At Home.;
In the evening they retulmed to their ship.

L.ri'AN eiloterained a lar-, nuiiil.r 'f ut-i irl lin-
ner at Goverr ment Honust on Tlir-day lar> t :aI:nnp--t
whom weie Their Rao\, Hlb 1i. hrK,,.si" Prince Ehwvnard
and Prince Get-ro ,t- Wle-. Vi.'- Aiiiir-l Sir Leo-
old and Lady 3-'C'lit1ti.l, His Lordl.sip thei Pisop,
is donor the Chiof Justice and Mrs. H1Pe4. Captain
Moresv. ( 'aliptin Lordl r1 iarlh i e'tt, the I'-v. J. N.
Daltn. Ci',lrinol andI Mrs. G.rdI.,e, the Hon. Eugrnius
and Mrs. Harvey, anild m 01vr others.

Lady th 'f.lieteL '. thll t rpe ie-plin to (l1; i, ,i I"'! 'ar-
once Hill .n -a tluanv la'T r.i -i i :e Ii ,'.:.! wni ar'I:-ly
attenu-lod Ivy (h- Arm'-, Navv rn, i'i,.nnial i.;!ie .-i. lby
thie I'-al`in1 vi-i tr. ani l t ihi -. ir. ii n in these Is-
lands. Th., reep it li.,n< ;;,t 'l i rn.i -,:.- Hill lh v. -ii1wa .is
been popular, nnl Ihe pr sent \v, striell-, in ke;'imc
with rieI e-xpl ri- tee. J hi -ir i H.,\ al [Hihlunes f-s IP-incee
Ediward! a;..l Pi ine(e G ,p ii .. f \VWa;I., i w:th their T'tur,
hjonoured the1 .-natheo in-g W'ilh their pro.--ne?, ;ai1d par-
ticipatedl in tlihe daucin,- whiich was I-ilppilv carried! on
in the large Salon, the tinu-ie bi ng i- f nisheld Iy the
SBand of tlie Fla. ci4hip Iiiler Mr. Jol ei-hlo e po- t.I
( In au VaJroinin,, Verau'lah. Ladiy _' niid
tle Adniral r-,ec-ived thoir i lh' m is in tih Drai ir, i
tl,,orn-t-r ' n tn .r servoeli .n tlie ajicitennt veroari,'ah.
The arra,' .eienp is w>-I ,i r uel \ ireii rr.v,\ l arid .r.i.ittoll
of freer anece Ii to i.el esit f,-i'm tihe L)ruv ;i i.e i-'. ,hn .
In thli hack Hall thi. Visitorsi E<.k wan4 e.i._r,_ Iv s'-o -l. l
for, and the repisterts on I1th.- gallant Adrmiral and Lnady
McClintoeL's Boo, ks were both numerous and >uri',ua.d
The grounds were thrown open to visitors. The Con-
servatory--wlhee are :I number of plants brugfh!t up .by.
the Admiral froi lhin reciit West India Cruise-and
the Cave, were specially sought out. The fine weather
admitted of all spending a nmoot a-reepalle aft',rnon, in
paying their respects to the new Commander-in-Chief
on this Station.

The Annual Meeting of Pow Renters was held
in the Trinity Churech School Room on Friday last,
the lion. J. II. Tinimingham in tihe Chair. 21 pre-
sent, wliheu tlhe Chapel Wardens and former Vestry
were re-electEd and the vacant .,-eats on the Vestry
filled up by the election of Messr.. T. D. Middle-
ton and N. A. Butterfield. Provision was made
till next Easter for Clerical services during vacancy.
Thne meeting theu resolved itself into an adjourn-
ed meeting, from March 23rd, to p cousider the re-
port of a Comnroittee' then appointed to draw' up a
draft Petition to tlie Legislature embodying the
substance of resolutions passed with reference to
the status of Tiinity Church.
The Comumittee reported their inability to carry
out the duty assigned them, owing to the want of
precision in instruct ious, and desired further orders.
The meet ing-3 dissenting-instructed the ('tCim-
mittee to alter Trinity Church (from .a Chapel of
Ease to the Parish Chuirch) to that of the Bishop's
Church or Cathedral, aud to report thie Petition
Draft for the consideration of an Adjourned Meet-
ing to be held on Thursday tihe 15th April at 1
p.m. T'lel question before the Pew is the
Report by a (.'umnittee of tie Ve.tvry of anu inter-
view with the Lrti Bishop of Nowf- undland and
Beriumda, priuted by ore:-r of a Geunr-il M',tiug
heldi :tlh, th'e .o-nsiderati-.,u of which was
taken up at an Adljourued Meeting Marh.'h 23rd.
34t Pew Renters present--only one Pew Renter ob-
jecting--a resolution was passed declaring "That

1 ...Nov. 15, 1837
2 .... Aug. 24, 1841
3.... Nov. 23, 1847
4 .... Nov. 4. 1852
5.... April 80, 1S57
6 ....May 31, 18599
7 ... Felb. 1, 10 i
8.... Dec. 10, 18l&:8
9.... March 5, 1S74

Dissolved. Duration.

June 23,
July 29,
July 1,
March 21,
April 19,
July 6,
July 31,
Jany. 26,
March 24,

1841 3y. 7m. 7d.
1847 5y. 10m. 29d.
1852 4y. 7m. 8d.
1857 4y. 4m.17d.
1859 ly. 11m. 20d.
18l5 Gy. Im. 6d.
1,s.8 2y. 5m. 80d.
1874 5y. 1m. 16d.
1880 7y. 19d.

The Pall Mall G'azette's figures give the Conser-
vative net gains and losses by years-this excludes
seats uncounted, or where no change was made-as

Year. Gain.
1S74.................... 5
1875.................... 2
1877 .................... 1
1] 78....................3
1879 .................. .
1 80 ................... 1


The Conservative majority, at the time c
lution, was estimated at 40.'
The following table shows the duration
of the sessions of Parliament :
1........ March 5, 1874 August
2........Februaty 6, 1875. August
3 ..... February 8, 1876. August
4 ........ Februai 8, 1877. August
5....... Jaauamv 17, 1b7L. August
6* ....... December 5, 1878. August
7........ February 5, 1880. March

ft disso.

of each

7, 1784
13, 1875
15, 1876
14, 1877
16, 1878
15, 1879
24, 18!E0

*A winter session necessitated by Afghan war.
Parliament mnet Dec3mber 5, and on the 17th ad-
journed to February 13, 1879, when business was

Tlie Hlereld c.iorrest oneent at Paris tcllgraphs:--
Y'ur Carno cGrrie.- .c der.r corimunan.i,,' ly tele,-
gr: oh to-d,,e y ai 1i.,: which wil I evi:e in a. still
highe-r -dri r e tlie i1ie'WesO excited amiieng; situ.ien!t
ol Eui'.yi i., mystel ies iwo or there, months ago by
Lieut,. Grtriiune's dicl:oevery of Masonic emblems
undiJr the pedestal of the Obeli-k at Alexand'ia,
de-tiine 3 foi transportation to New Y:;ik. Inter-
esting and iimpr.rtaint s wred the diesoveries of
(_'-.,uiri rde .l Go Uiinge 1 and S-;r, F.'ut n. they ,were
not exh-trrisive, and the ..:a liseeld .ye of another
disti mguishbed Miasner hias just ]i.:eoveeI.! au s'liii-
onal Fe i-.s of ruiblern;- of a value and d gnificance
far arE,i le stand ore itirquesticonable i .rnan thor 1 .
prer.viousiy rep' t- ,.. 'N.. itr ?. i, 'i. t .
C.,.r ,. ,ii.- ,i a i ea' t o' Ibin : -.oi;h A .
ci ... ;. .;. i t c-; .I l r- (o, Eg i:'Ly t andm
I'. ; I: hic-C :.-ii; ,,:."x u S.i dli.) l. M-'ia--.. y,

in t !' ii -o:;o'" i i i. ... .hey '. t i t 1 !1i A i'i- in- l
'i,1. i.k'l;, ;; I; : ':' .l ,"! ?i' :n -
?' ( z ,, *.- i; :ilc i ,' e 'lV i .' -;! )i ib i,. I.,,, *_* L -,

S I '.'' i"rg. \ e'-. i. 1i'.. 1 c-n i.e- di,. .[si,.:! ar'.in '
,' \ '... n i.. ;o l. [n *" 0 ' ,.

- .:..., .in he Lc d. r .:ui : .. n .

. e',',, lf'i.t: u n.'.._ tn e .-~ e nr. :'' l!. i,, t: i .-
I-!in :, .i,.,-,.ri.- h .:,mu.koL is:-. hlthcito so -inelge icai"..
ly b.; .. .! iIy ti llv y su,,anls, rand it. is expected
tI;:e ,, r.-uLiihAie iotn l'.1 ;is- detailed laun iings. whieui
Law.' .,-. secatem l for tuWe lteie ldt, ill finally se..ticv
none' thir n cue of ine poblerns vhich lie ai, the vei
founduli, n not only of Masonry, but of the ob-
sclne and complicated religious system of the early


We hrvee l-en ICf rore.l .;ith 'a!timore' Papers -.f
the 2Sth ultimo. ,(ot-. wr.ich we clean the fo3lc.v-

NEw YoRK, March 27.-The United States ship
Constellation, with supplies for Imeland, sailed this
morning from Brooklyn navy yard. She has on
hoard 1,600 barrels of portal:oei, 1,000 of flour and
600 of meal, and several cases of clothing. Com-
minnder Potter expects Ito make lie run in about
twenty-five days, which would allow ample time
for distribuling the seed p'.:tatees among the farm-
ers before planting time. The crew of eighty was
completed yesterday by the arrival of fifteen ap-
prenlices from the Minresota.

LoNDON, March 27.-A dispatch from St. Pet.
ersburg to the Daili Vea's says : Instead of the
concessions which were confidently expected before
the annivprsaiy of the Czar's accession to the
throne, regarding the position of the Jews, there is
increased severity towards them. The Jews are
driven to represent tlemselv's as Protestant Chris-
tians to escape expulsion from St. Petersburg. In
tie governments of Tula, Orel and Kharkoff the
Jews who have been established in business forr
many years are ruthlessly expelled.
The Situation in Afghanistan.-CA LCUTTA, March
27.-A Cabul dispatch states that late news from
Candahar, South Afghanitan, speaks of continued
fighting between the rebels of the Paghni tribe and
Shere Ali's forces and that at a late battle, which
took place at Sirdar, the latter v ere completely de-
feated. It is believed from what information can
be gathered that Ihe opposition to British ascend-
ency so far as Southern Afghanistan ii concerneli
has frittered away into intertibeal disputes too weak
and unorganized to have any influence upon the
general result, and that the issue ol the spring cam-
paign if there is to lie one, will t,e to cent-r on the
capture of GOuzni and the overthrow of the move-
ment which has for its nucleus Mahomed Jhan and
Abdul Rahrnan.
Di-lP hther'ia in Ru.sfia.-ST. PETERSBURG, March
27.-Nineteen diffe enrt sanitary detachments, com-
posed of doctors and nurses, have been set to work
in tlihe province of Kharkoff to combat the ravages
of dipith,-rira, which a; tear to be increasing.
.-4 bqg Ice.'cry Si,'c.l.-- LoNDoN, March,. 27.-Thpe
sbip Atlarie', whici has just, arrived at Liverpool,
rep-rta having rpa:ed an iceberg 80 feet high andl
extending 4-t0 feet fiorn one extremity to the olher
along tihe wat(r. A terrific gale was blowii,;g
when the vessel d.-cribed the icebeig and l?ars-
were e'-tertained hiy "hose on board that she would
be driTen aaidw-I it. The Auiga ah-o i-.porti h-iv-
ing .--. n a im.s of wieclage near the spot, iadica.-
!inZ r at so,,e ship b .d been ci u-he1. ,y vhe hic
a,.' .l i -,n j '.. per;Lshed.
fitlii.h ( ,iCne'r. t: (', Crf e/..,/-u!ilns.- BO.MBAY,
Malrcih 7 .---'! ie '*uke o' Cuatmbridge, corinninder-
in-.iK- oe f i the ;r fid h !orIc':s hns pointed out that
tih, lei 'ulti- ns ( do not rcnr.,joo ehe f-tmplo:yment of
army tffieies -as r- sI.:-per ce-ri e- ordents, and has
rl'sirei that inirsti.ctions, should be issued to pre-
vent infrirgomentt regulations.
Th,?e .'rantcd l'i-ier in Troei/l.e.-LONDoN,o March
27.---The Colmslaniinople correspondent of the
Mane-h -.-ster 6'utrdian says : Thie evident desire
of th, Suul n a'r.d Porin to shh ld Ithe ai-,sa-it (if
thi- 1tu-.i.-in 'olow-i (Coi:nrraoff excites groat indig.
nation here. A.t col rii-ence of ambassadors at
the'Bimi-nh ou,',.e-y yes,.terlay. it wras te-s-'ved to
r,'_m.on-.iiate witith ibe Gr?.nd Vizier on tloe ubject."
ST. I'ETERaBURer, Maich 27.-A secret, printing
esint.lishnient has been discovered hrr-?, and six-
teen couwpositors engage.] in it have been arrested. i

The following i- a list of the Victorian Parlia-
ments, with the dates on "ehich each assembled and
was dissolved, and the duration of each :

ice at the North Pole, and attracts, therefore,..the
wait rs of the ocean, changing the cquilibriimni of the
earth's centre, moving the Equator southward and
drawing the waters of the North Pole toward the
South Pole. This explains the evident subsidence
of waters in the Northern. and the comparative ab-
sence of dr. land in the Southern Homisplhere. If
the i,-e ag, s can be i aced to such causes, a glacial
pi,,ork ii ,ipprorchiing the Southern Hen-iisphere,
and v. ill, iit i estimated, reach its maxiimuu about
,.Si,5 i ,ears- beaice. The 'T..i ice crt in tlhe Norlhern
Hemiphete wass probably not. lar from 150 centu-
ries ago. Paio-e maintains that, if these views he
correct, (tie ice period \vill recur ia aboinm 10,000
years in the Northern Hemisphere. Granting the
hypothesis, the time ,f man's existence on the 'lobe
must ..e conceded to have been far siiorter than has
been sil po.el -inot more, in all lilkelihool, ibau
Iron 50,Y00 to I100,10.) years. While the question
is of great, inrport.noce scientifically, the human
famiilty has g easier i;.tilest in knowing bo l-ong it
is io remainn on thb. planet; hut even this i. of small
(- '-t.p :u* J e1*

i i '-'" : t ; Lod -,;,r c nlib .(in' Ameri.-
,". p.. ,' ,* .., '; t ; ,iecn i nii; ; n .e tei on-i a-.,', t c
v. F li -. ,;:a c. : t' .' s ,; Le fo- ndiil in the ;:t; d ,
:,-. ,f ,i m i 'a I,.- her' i '..h i.i; miiina:hi,- '.r -.; e,
".-' ,- ;roe in ;I 3;tl. 0-'J L: i- 01 Cu'j, tlurnf : cc ;,
i ? "i e : ;'' '!. t. ih A tn Im !it r an, '-'.o
,....:. ,: h i i v'. till ii Y -in Ces leii : c r,0u',1 -
.el ,:.-r v *,., 1el r im, ijn, talnr d tr Ii "iie O":i!
S;. ..i. .' :' :<: ,ame ,;'a chinie in l r
I .;:. our- :s Wor- pcri iecI. sure ; for if you
-..un'! !ik, -' '.'1age, you (ca. pit. tbhel:i' into
the me i '. -, a'l'! by reversing. the actio; they ii
c- .': ou(t live pi- a.,in, mihere he weat, in."
Lord ( ila, who ie'as much orpposz-l to Curran,
oafe (.aI t- ou4ig a N-'wfourmndandi dog ,upou the
iie-ich, ar',; liming ('urran's speech turned aside
and cares, d their animal. Curran stopped.--' Go
on, go on11, Mr. Curran," said Lord Claie.-"Oh, I
beg a thousand pardons," was the rejoinder; "I
thought your lordship was in consultation.

From the New York World.
Another blow ,s about to be struck at the R- val
Marriage Aet. it we m:-y trust tile rnmars which
reach is of the ihbrothal or Prince Leopold. the
y.ungest. son of Queen Vic,.-ria, to the most bril.
liant br- ulV and greatr-t briless of thbe current sea-
son in London, Mir Frances-Evelyn Maynard, the
"ldest daughter of the late Hon. Charles 'Maynard,
son and heir of the last Viscount Maynard, of E-P
sex, who preelecepsed his fiber in January. 1865.
Lord. Maynaid, a deseenlamnt of (he great lawyer,
died three months after his son. when hiis titles be.
came extinct nnld hia greot estate passed to his eld-
est grand-daughter, theo vouni lady who is now said
to he engaged to Prince Leopold. Miss Maynard
has just entered her nineteenth year, and on her
presentation at a recent Drawing Room held
by the Queen she seems to have takon London
by storm, not only by her extraordinary' beauty
but by a grace and stateliness which are not
always bthe leading chairacteriatics of British
debutantes. The fashionable chroniclers went in
ecstasies over Ibhe way in which she made her
"courtesy to the Queen," an operation which is
very apt to disconcert the most self-possessed of
young women when it has to be performed in a
robe with a sweeping train and under the concern.
treated stare of a small regiment of her sister women.
She is said also to be as accomplished and amiable
as she is lovely and grseptul, and she comes into
estates valued at 30,00) a year, the rents of which
have been accumulating for her ever since her
grandfather's death in 1S65. Miss .Maynard's
mother, who is a grandl-dnughter of the Duke of

Grafion of the time of Junius, married after Mr.
Maynard's death the present Earl of Rosslyn, High
Commissioner to the General Assembly of Scotland,
who represented Queen Victoria at the first mar-
riage of King Alfonso of Spain.

Russia's extreme sensitiveness regarding the non-
turnender by France of the Nihilist, Hartmann, is
not altogether groundless. For years pasf, the sue-
cess with which her political incendiaries 'ave uti-
lized the shelter of fr.rri-q States has been her
principal arievane.. Alexa'ider Herzen, tih foun-
der of Nihilismn, publicl-1 his famous revolution.
ary journal, the Kololol. (Bell,) first at Geneav,
and then in Londan. Sergi Metchi,-ff, the arch-
conspirator of 1871, took refuge in Swilzerland, his
extradiTion thence being achieved only at a great
cost of time and labour. Several of his accomplices
foun:! shelter in England, which was vehemently
denounced by the Russian I ress as making her-
sell a magazine f:,or the fuel meant to con.mie her
neighbours." The Tur-kiah armies of 1877 were
largelyv officered by Polish r,:-!ugf-e. .Most of the
incea.liary pamphlets with wbich Russia is now
(lcod id bayi- be-,en pm iild iin Dei lit', and snimu-gled
aci '1 ~.he iroutieir under ib,, co\ !s io on.probibi-
ted bojos an.i to find Fanuce likeVwiise foliowiaig
th-. pe-n .r- l leari ,, i iu:di- :fi:edlr, is certainly not
a til:- rooiin.-. eo Yrk Timis, .lvrch 25.

Th. Etrneror Williamn, of Gern,'*y. now by far
the ol-et P,-,vereignm in Eur,'pe, certainly desetres
the ch.d,, which his lci-"thd y has just receiv-
rd. For .1 man who was bor before the close of
the last cornlury, who fought at. o, bore all
the faiigics (4 Government :or years before his co-
ronantin in 1861, and so lately receivell a severe
wound from an asa,.-iin's bullti, to be sill hale rnd
aciiv'-, i-s a phenomenon wor'h noting. It. is not,
however, wit hout ;-arallel. F! iA famous prelec essor,
Frederiek the' G(,oat, was ei-n hois'-back .-r hours
dail v; he:: ove'r 701, and *would pr'Al ably vo e lived
at ler,.- ten years 1 nger, lbut for bis imprudent ex-
posure to dr'nchi;-,i rain at : ilesisn review. The
Rusiin .IMarsbal, Kanmenskoi, was past 8(O wbon he
faced Napoleon on the Polish frontier in 1S07. The
Hindu Sulta,', Ilider Ali. when close upon 90,
marched anerss th whole br 'adth of Central India,
and defeated two British armies in succession.
Bluchor's hair was snow white when the French
cuirassiers iode Iver him at Ligny; and Count
von Moltke, who planned the campaign of 1870,
and faced its fatigues better than many it younger
man, is almost as old as his master.

Prof. Paige, of Illinois, has in a late lecture de-
clared that the belief is rapidly growing that the
great ice period which bad around the rooks into
soil has been ascribed to a lime too remote in the
planet's history. The almost universally accepted
opinion had been, he said, that the great ice caps had
been formed by a climate rendered extremely cold
through changed cosmic relations. It was known
that the eccentricity of the earh's path around the
sun was subject at lonp periods to considerable
change, resulting in removal, at times, of the planet
some 15,000,000 miles further than it now is from
the sun. The earth's extraordinary aphelion, add-
ed to such alterations as are attributable to the pro-.
cession of the equinox, was thought tohave produced
the great ice eras of the past. From such postulates
It has been held by divers savants that man has in-
habited the globe about 2,000,000 years, an opinion
from which Paige dissents as not in harmony with
the drift of contepporannepus thought. During
Winter, in the Northern Hemisphere, wo are 25,-
000,000 miles nearer the sun than during Summer,
which tends to equalize our climate, rendering Win.
ter much milder and Summer less intense than they
would be were the conditions reversed. In the
Southern Hemisphere the opposite is true. There
people, being nearer the sun in Summer and further
off in Winter, bave col,! Winters and hot Summers.
At tbe South Pole the ice is vnstlv in excess of the



-~ -- -. ., ~

PElr.r.1:0F C rAMT.A .- T. ; f"rI t .r'"sw Ath-
...i .?pnif iK. '-i -*'.i i i In..titu~ i,'nt, were
PeAi ,n .: ,i- i. 11 *..i..i .' {^rouUL ,

'The cr,:i'; a .cnr., &c... w:,.......ort I v; ;ii i 1u:.lI
spirit. Funl pl,..4!:-nl:i1s .of iv- result-. will be gi-
(n in our next.
FrDAY, At the Flatts....... At Mt. Langtou.
u'iH Ar ,r.. J .
OrTTAwA, March 24.--Hoien. youror died at
Port HIope yet('rday,
Princess Louie has eritir'iy re covered, but will
net appear in public till the queen's birthday.
391,174,000,000 eggs were imported into England
in 1S79, and
The Customs duty on pouil!ry imported amount-
ed to X403,000.

SA S lppl1len1ft oif three col-
IunMnIs ac( omp;nipiis this is-
sue of the Guzette" :-It cointiins the Ad-
dress of the Custos, &e., of Kingston, Jamaica,
to Admiral Me..(cClintock on his recent visit. to
that Isla-ld-West Indlia and Central anil S.outh
America news; MaIch Hare." and three
oth:ir original corn miuieations; Cricket Score,
&c., &c.

13111RTH, at Ireland Island, 30lth March. the Wirr.
of Mr. W. VYennII. Schoolniai4er of I'okyVr'. (raf ft SON.
.......... at the Deaner Cottage," Paget, on the .4th
inst., Y ius. BFNJA.MIN A. G(uIBBONs, Of a DAUGH'TEn.

DIED, at his residence in this T,,wn. oni 2ath ult.,
MIR. THOMIAS R. WirI.TAMS., leavi'i,.1 a widoW and a
large nrmiber of relatives to lament their loss.
.......... at Somerset.. on Tuesdavy la. ut. 30tlh instarit.
..r-. Jr.nL: T.\nH J. K.- MoRGAN. :''. il 67 y-ar3.
.......... in Southampton. March '7th, (CHAI;.LOTTE
]-'OBINSON, aged if' year,, learvi ., many relative- and
fri'-nds to oni-iurn lh(;ir losq.
.......... in this Town. on the 9th1 M 'lrch, OBF.nRT
W'L.LLIA C.ANION nel 72 year'. arftr a linar-ring
illness borne with ehri-tian fiortituide, ho fIIl a,'41'.-p in
JmPin andi ent erid into ro4t. I left a widow arnd three
children to mourn their loss.- (Ci'.)

S,-.4 l7'TED,

About 500,
T.) cover (.xpl a._- ,rlirri on th La ndlin,
Sforin, ari Trnshlpping' the CAl.'GO lately
lanidel fr mi the ,tran, I..l trI.JLIUO N4 NORTH
CAROLIN. -.. 1. :i :.ut to I,' ,. ran:li -,l,1 d to
thep Pout of Livcirpool. in Englnmd, in thi-
l. rk-,ntine NANCY HOLT."
TENDERS from Persons willing
to advance the suIt, requir-d,. to Ibe s.-cured on
Pespondentia. o f the Cargo, will be receive-d
i1t) to Noon of
of1 moi1Ow, 17-dies y

Th," 7t instant.
By13 th' i Tnd.:i' :i.'i. %,;)1, 'v6ll willing, on

Late Durrqiv NVorth Citroli,."
Hahiilton, oth A-pril. I S3.1

Sa turday next, 101t inst.,
At 7Td. per pounds.
l.miiilton, 3id .-April, 18,0.- I pd

Enrage Four Onion

the Uider-,igned is anxious to close his
- Lit for ONION SI'E.I) lby the 15th of
lii;s month, Persons de--irosi of obtl:iini the
genuine Article (ledl and W'hite) will do well
to make it kn,.w, to him 'previous to that date.
Lists open with
JoHN B. ZUILL, Esqr., Someiset, ;an,
SamUEFL A. .M.AsT-r.s, I.-qr., 26 Front Street,
H lamilton.
Flatts, April (,lt, 1)80.-t. IN.

.off 7 Ti .'.

/Olw Rcceivif ng
Ex LORD MAYO," from Hall-
fax, N.S.,
BTAGS leavy Black OATS'
iBalet Superior .\AY
Drums COCiI;ASII Cuases 1i.OB.r IFIt R
Half His.. '?,iAACKE'RI .LZ Tubs BUTTEIl.
Boxes Lave, il'AISIN.- iTCI ES Pr'l E\V 1) 0 D
&e., &., &e.
Ha-milirn, .'.I ri 5th, 18 0.- 2 31p

A hoice .'-.etr i ( of

Fi_ Au i.i.ii .i -v .: Ne'V.

-p r r: :"
Y ,rl: k r "" [;' r.l. !m .

Ai- 0. I' aw l, a v,, i ,t ,tI
A- ai a I' ) a
,A lt r ; .I 'w"t ." : i ,- ry i, I,
amilto M'ar.h ti, --(L.- 3rd p:',,

14I Hands. IFor sale <'heap.
Apply at R,3ali Gazette" Office.
um..l.:l Anril A a I0i-

G 0 0 D

S ,

leing the Propert!, o/ the Late
Capt. Gco. ('asiner,
1 4 WTHEELED BUGGY--little used
Sl 4-Wheeled WAGON, Covered,
used as Ice Cnart
2 Sets HAtNESS in go,-,d order
7 B;gs BiAN 1 Small l'e BOX
15 Tirn S SALMON
1 Large Black BOAl D Lot BLO('K S
1 K'.ros-n.- STOVE 1 Co f-e ROASTER
;.7 Tins CLAMS '0 Tin, (,Condensed MILK
12 Lump.z h1ock SALT I.c- TACKL,,
18 Ivce P'CKS1S i I,-e HOE
1 W_.o% <.1 ,e ,"AW SCHOVELS
1 T,. ( C I -'.L .h n F )R KS
2 T.! P,. -L 1 .1 ED'TE AD
1 I,'-ll FL]'E)'I-%AD
i S rini TT R ,
I OQITLT 4 (-m1i.-sea(tt CHAIR,' ;
2 'T'.A- BLE' 1 Svt Pi'.v,on OA L.-
2 LAMPI Lot of .-,' NIPPE'r &c.
1 Lrmrc ,tith .'s I".,:- B'JX, in pirfe' t O("er,
&c., d'e.
B. W, W.ALKEIt. & CO.,

I t- u i l t o ,, A p r i l -5, ? "' ; ..1
W .

'1-' U INND ,QSI(GND.-I) I vi,:- n-,ir .' flic;,,ut
n ;irriouinents 'for ( N\ I' iN SE ':! f .r tl!e
('rop rf 168 1, :1. d h! vi n % et ia ''.r !". lrs 1.1
b,' eiir !I<-,lh. f. r, "., i i i i._. i, t i 'p is: th.nir
N;iucs will ,kasi e 'I .,t h!,s tore : :,.;
h ';,s to S. tlh;, lit h:i "a l ist! ii ne. ::t ;',e
S.ire of ED \-.'OLFF. I'E.-I r., St. (,eoir:e's, who
has kindly v.liinteered t,- take tho Names of
those who would adidres thelicnelves to him..
Reid Street, West. .-0
Ilans ilton, April 6, 18S S

notice to earners.

' il': ITINDl:{SIRNlNi-:) 'will ive his per-
somn l ateatien ;o i tlie Co .:.ini'jle iit of 'Pro-
ulce I to iUessr'. T. 1. IP)'K ,. C )., 1. 5
Ieende .t.. N. Y.
This is the tithi Sf t so t t.hat I have hi enl
Shippi'ig to th,;t Firmi anii can safe'v a:lsert tli)it
Iheir Tr'a';ns:eti(,ns wi;h every ione in !!ernmuda
Ih been most satisaectorv.
h.iInilton, \ pril ';th, ISO0 t. f.

Fo," Sufe.
'- - - -

Of the Schr. H" [avelock,"
Cheap for CIA-.H if tAik-ii f'..m the Vessel.

5000 W "'1'1, Pine Onion "Bon'X ',
ly y i 0 lII,,l!e- i.oLong.i LI 'I
i 10(1 BumA.dles 4 feet L T'I'IiS lor .Cvijini
40COt fret iich L.U.M 31 : .,t Id. p(r foot
60 m Il :P.'ARS and I'(aIFES
7:3 Has' I-OOl'S
76 11 A I-K.-
2.7 ;'aclkale. Kindling \W0OS'.
Ila .il:.: April 5 T, l.S0 ---..


r*'is ,- ,

S .. .. :

;" ,, .... .. ;,

auo !the 'own '1" a, ii v, ;mt l), -s ,t i r c it.iid
1 > I '. C tl L::,-, l; i'., .i. "'. I u e,,oi n

I."- iher .,, -i ti c '.-, I ., :. ,,y to

Reid Street, IHamilton, /
m A ,>..:l 1 l,"1 3

B Y P rT L ic Ar T i o T ,

25N o .1 l. 1B.,xe. C'ONFECTI)ONI'tY
20 Tul,> Best F:timily BTrTTER
10 Half & QOr. B-..X,': Bla.-k TOPAf'CO, Is.
50 Hampeirs English POTAT(OES,
10. Brls. Early Rose DITTO
10 Drums Halifax CODFISH
2.5 Dozen Port. WINE, Shippled contrary to
Order and Sold for account of whom it.
1may concerns
1 Gaff TOPSAIL all quite new. never used
2.53 1-lushel BASKETS for picking Tomantoes
5 Half Bart.els MACKEREL
50 Qrfr. Bals HAY
10 M LATHS 2000 Tomato ENDS
200 Packages Cut Birdoyo TOBACCO(
Gents' Black and D'rabl Felt HATAS
Black and Drab BEAVEiRS
Gents' Straw HATS

The n 7StdPrrm;te tiofwfd

ioe Peautiltil Little Yachtt

With full Racing B last.

Slie is now in splendid ordr, having just 1un-
dergoune at thorough rtf'itting irtu-mi ke,--el to
trteck, andl can 1. Iibe rn through the Sunmr
'without exliense.
,:ci The Yacht HI.spir" was pirevnted 1 by
the storm from getting to Hamilton when last
advertised for s. le. She. is now in Hamiltont
Harbour, and will letnain until day of sale.
B. W. WALKER & ('O.,
A ucltioneers.
IHamilton, (th April, 18SO).

By Public Auction,
THo lial I .K pI

About 2T !ti ,hpri
At Wooilands, .Peibroke,
ThL- Resid-ene of M. M. HUICTD. E. :i., who is
aby out to rlev' the Ih.lrrals,

1K;' ~

f4I '"
:^. fi

1 ., -- 'i ` i _El' T .
1 Par'k WA..G'-)X 1 StI..t D.l.,- HA .NESS
1 'Suit Sing A NET .l A R N-S
'* Gent' SADDLE'
RITI-DLE? _ITTS,, &A-.. &c.,
1 S p.'ri :r

I "t. .n,.uil, DI, i(, 2 CHANDELIERS,n
12 Folding CHAI ,
P 1 IIII Pl ma(de,

1 W',s,>'.. 1IFLl T;irk.>y RUGS
Cot BEDSTEADS "TO'E., &.-., &e.
1 Wheeler & \Vilson,
a fr e*?^^'t 90 ?ftff/ 9 9 #I'.
The above Guods will be found in excellent
B. W\. \VALK EIl & (I).,
.-I utt ioneers.
Hamilton, April 5th, 18O.

NotiCe to F ariners land
Owners of

'I'he Under.-igned will be prepared
to forward C.,onsigimnenti ofl' Bl"I .MU )'t
i PRODUC(I:. to,
Messrs. F. L. OOM1IS &. 00.,
'nd will aIls, pay full Ca-ih I al,-i s Ifr Produce
throughout ihe "easo.i.
(1O,0 D):RA;FTS on New York may be had'
dutrinig the Scason.
Ili .m ilton, M .limrchl S, IeS3 0. --. t f

1O Shippers of Iermn da
[r lE1 U, r.sigtaled "G arantees'
to Li' Inu il.i I. tIer 'L.tUi S N thi' ,Sale
f ithis- isl.iandsr' i'rotiuee, mtrilrst l'v to h his care
If r .-ili :n t.ter ttlt' Isla ,d i, Jam 'iica, W I.,
tl!hai ;iviy il.r perrsoii. (li.y on-e Cio sig.nmentt
oiIly) il in a.,, i tie helatiialile u:',!ir.
A. J. 11CII ?\D)SON,
t, st ,t V; e r .- street.

1 ? t,h *h ] i ,-I .- ; ,i 3

r t 1 .e '.' ^ ple."
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Hlamilton, BermudI .
in,....,. .)a ,oN, to 30th Juno, 31)

S, ,*t, *o

r 'ront of
At 2 o'.clok, P.M.,

On ThI1rsday \TNext,
] ilstanllt,
T lt it well known Yachtt

Having been lately refitted with new Sails,
Spars, Fittings, &c. : has a full set of Iron
Ballast. Chain M'Jorings, with heavy Anchor:
her Cabin is nicely fitted with C'ushionts andl
moveable Seats, particularly adapted for La-
dies' use.

.1. KENA EL L Y,

- Proprietor.

ADIES and GENTLEMEN visiting St.
George's will find Superior accommodations
at this Hotel.
The P.toprietor of the above Establishment
bhaving'sixteen years' experience feels confident
to give satisfaction to those who may patron-
ize him.
He would particularly call the attention of
the Gu(e-ts of the Hamilton Hotel to this ad-
vertisement. t
1t. George s, 6th April, 1SS0.-2

I N'TNI)sNG to leave Berniudai, is inow ('o--
iiin, his Business, and requests all persons
INl)!.: ;'l'l") t-i him to pay th(* respective
aia',-ese not !atleri than 300th April nevt. All
.',i, ,,Is iiunpaid b)y that date must be sued for,
,.. i, ii' ar I e !:t his H.-,ok hlie elo t d.
', O l !' 'i / e : L L .

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-~'M~ ~'~s.
'L -'~ ni

A Vhite

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To v ',i 4, liin.ld ['v D ":tVt!!i'.
I Set. )of I-*,%NG C[., 1-1A NESS,

Price fo.r the Lot ', 051i0iiie5'.,
For :inv funrilhi-r I).li-ticuars apply to Lieut. I{.
('. llel;ard, l{,,;il I.ngineer-, 'Vrospect
A ._- i I 322f I

q .4* P. a t ". t .

PF tihe STE AMErt expected fromr
I',lio ';i, n hI .1 in,, 'W Y .,k ld rin,, th,:
C'u rfli t elk hi -, i .Il11 let.i.iti:t -el r.oil t- sinre
b h. u ill be o1W .-re, fr tlrh Ir..,i port tt I ':R \1I'--
11 PItO I !UCi '.
I'Per.ins iite.-resi.I are ri quc-ited to .i|lplv to
thll, Under.,incil imn.iedi.i:ely :after the V e a111t hors, as her stay \\ ill I,.. v,-ry short.
Tr Tr & COX,
.\e, nts.
Ilamtiltoti, B,.rmun.h 6th \pril, I gi ).

"(', Clonist" oIcI .


ITrilliant antHrtaintant !!
n,.der the Patronage of fhis Exe.-ll :ney
01 'Lu .20".-a ,'. :a" 9r_
K.C.M.G., R.E.,
Will Exhibit at
mechanicnic s Hall, Hamilli ,

15th instant,
Her Magnificenit C(ollection or

l:ipresi ,ting the ii'iost celebrated charac-
ters in history and fiction.l.
Represeniations of the Beautiful, the Terrible.
the Wtlnderful, the Sublime, the Domnestic,
th,.- Clasic."
All will prose in lifelike and characteristic
attittuds before ain a:westruck and1 adliniring

DI):nt fail to witness this novel and striking
Doors op enat 7 p.t : Performance to com-
Imene at- 8..
Tickets for sale at thle Stationery Store ad-
jo0ining R,'y, G,.:,,, Office and at thile door.
C.s,-.rvel1 Seats 2': Bo dy of the Hall 1,';
C: -IT'- (.7/. Children half-prI'ice.
'.usic in attendance.
1.-Shoull Thursday evening prove too
stormy the Entertainmtent will take place oni
the following ev,'ning.
Ham ilton, April 'ith, 1-'.,).

1. I.I. P'erso:s-; me I'or'liide uti.ler anyv pre-
t.-iin.e wha'it,.ver, int,'rferin, with the sunk-
(n" ,"aqe q \' I.IN \ Z," noiw IvinIL_ nehear
thi. :'-'hor' of' -'t. I):ividi s isla;i \vith.,ut S|l cil:il
''.':,;', ai,- i an l a it ,o:'i;v fro n mite.
5th \pri!, 1.S0.-3


TO.' C '.S 7iE!R.
LI!.! P''rs'.,ns having DE",1 \ND against the
above mentioned E.,tate, ar.-- requested to
forwn'ar their countss forth'.vith, to If i'. H. I).
D.\A I: ELi, Itimiltlo. for the 1,lministramtix :
and i'ersous Indebted tot e said b.tato are re-
q]uired to make payment within TEN I)DAY.'
fr in late.
..s tlie Ad iisii rs trix expectss to leave Be'r-
muda v, ry shu-rtl,, prompt attention to the
teri'- or this Advertisement is absolutely ne-
-1l/in/ isi 'atrix.
(Jth .\pril, IsSO.-2

St. George s Hotel
-ff. ,. Squfiue.

.lres. irs., ol.fffu i 'i.;: & Co.,
Of New York,
During the coming Crop Season.
All charges for cost of Remittance for iuelt
proceeds will have to Ie borne by the owner of
the (uods.
Fho highest market rates will lie obtained and
Account "ales returned promptly.
Hamilton, Bernmud,i, 3
March 9, l180. *m
[oi Oi )liee, laiin 'on, 51h A.,i', l:?S i.
Jo -o ,.rtira A-! uin.e, Scbr. AIlphn," l,,\i
Bentley, S.,by Uinr:-.' J,,an Si e.r., o B.,o n-
curl, uosa ;:ani., I.rige CGly.l- amul Jamnn.s
Corbusicr, f mr- (-'uin:i:gs, Fra:sor iD)e'iield, hiji,
' Dulphin," D Em-riqeir, Anto^ni Domingi.os F. r-
reir., Charles ".si,.r, Chl rlmr!, o Fubler, ,labotiia
Gilbert, 'V II Grerui,. Saai. N iii,.roni, .:~. es F
HIitl'er., B-i,r Varniwa A Hil'," F H Hinson,
'.chir 1lary -I,iskill, 'I's (' J. tiring. Ship City
ol i.ivorpuc:,!,":~'. -rs E F I.o.s Se,tS '- .II ary : ,.uii-e,"
Mrs JoiLhr'Iyi,., I- :a E1 E \ d i, Schr I rI'est i ],':V,
' nrry Miarki &. 'i,, Aiiii 'l K., J II la.-sien. .l a
C L M u: .:y \\'.i:ter lAir,,', S E I,. Id, .il. la P. R l-,.
*ns. M', .\ I ,it ;c..l,.S.,,-,:i ii 'li C m ."Jo!,.u ,ai
Sinili. Ji,'pi h Saui;il r. ' E l'V,.es, (h hres
A l'hom is.J '., hp Tr..:t, \. illia,: i W\ l.k r, liichard
\hit. W \ hiite.
UN .I,.\I.\IEl LErrE:{'ts IN TIIlE P. r OF-.
FICE i'r ICEOiGE, -pril 5, 1889,
larniev F J C,.1>', El'ek Desmnnd, Lawrence
JIoselih Fnminei, Mr Ja'kland, W A Long, Mrs Mary

Cofmnissariat Office,
HA\ItLTON, ;th April, 1SS0.
Lou rvui'c-T Co^mI -ss.u'.y GENERAL will be
., r.p-i d to ,.,-ive TU 1 ,l'
a 4 T .e.'r P T 'IM ',
From Persons dt-siroqs of RENTING any lpor-
TY sp..-itied below.
Tenders will not, be entertained unless made
upon the proper printed. Form, which may be
obtained, with every requisite information,
upon appli.aition at this Office, between the
hours of 10 an '2 o'clock each day. Sunday
Th:, Tendlers are to bel delivered at. this Office,
in duplicate, addrUssed to the DISTRITr COM-
MISS.AlY GENERAL., anld inarkel on the out-
side Tender for Renting''" or io: Grazii,',"
as the ease may be.
serves the right of rejecting any or all of the
Tenders received.
Situat.:ed on North Side of Fort Prospect,
containing- 16 Acres of Gr.-tzing L:ind.
LETTING No. 3-5.
Consisting of Lots No. 33, :-4, 3" an'ld :.;;, ad-
joining Northi Shore lRoad, Devonshirze Parish,
containing 13 Acres, 1 Rood and 34 Perches.
Situated in Devonshire Parish, East of Pros-
poet Camp, containing about 2 Acres, 1 Rood
and 19 Perecls.
GRAZING LAND on Glacis of
Fort Hamilton, at monthly rates, for Goats
and Cows.
GRAZING LAND on North Shore
between L -ttings No. 29 anI1 35, containing
about i-t Acres.
SM ALL COTTAGE near Prospect,
lately oieupie- by Mr. Swan, known as 4 A
on Itiun:.:-r's Plan.
N.B.- A List of all vacant War Department
Lettini2's is kept at the above named Office for
the information of persons desirous of hiring
Land, or Grazing.
District Comminssry G(eneral.



THA.MILToN, ,22nd March, 1880.
-W ITFI reference to the Notice issued from
this Offic,: on the 22nd October, 1877,
making known the Regulations which were in
fut ure to be observed with respect to the issue
of Ma.rri:tge Licences : I now hereby give fur-
ther notice that, by Commatn nd of HIIs EXCEL-
LENCY THE GOVERNOR! and Commnia.nir-in-
Chief and Ordinary of these Islainds, it will be
necessary for the future that the Certificate
called for by the Second Regulation of the
22nd October 1877, from the Clergyman, Min-
ister or person to whom a Licence is to lbe ad-
dressed, or from a Justice of the Peace, or
firomn two Houtseholders of known character
and probity should always, when possible, not
only state that the person or persons giving
such Certificate is or are personally acquainted
with the applicant-but should further state
the address of the applicant, that is to say,
where he resides, and also what is his profes-
sion or calling: -and I hereby give notice that
in all instances where the person or persons
giving these Certificates are unable or omit to
give this information the Marriage Licence
will-except in very special and urgent, eases
-be delayed for one week to give time for
making necessary inquiries. If any specially
urgent case should occur the special circum-
stances requiring such urgency should be set
forth in the application for the Licence.
Dy H!is E.'cilen, 'ys Coinnanfd,
(olonal .Secrefary.
-- I -II-I


rP-1 E Undersigned will give their
person;aI nttonitioni to the forwardingr of
BER!MII) \ PIIOI)UCF to the consignment of


'i IET r.\'. ., I' l.,,;'A T.\ ,
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!l i''i l 'l q ii 1 i l "." '.
of foari : at i'V r fl i;i .1 !,? n.ilr"- f i'ih" k .i',
n knot of lC, nii s, with n w chu 'l:-h-pire at il, a tl -.t i f f'ryloi v c i nn'-yv at tho. oth-r, w :?ose
black smoke role eier-.changi:i" F 1h incig.lyphics
ntiainat the ibrilliancy of the i l y. T !hi wa;s 1lp.)-
pIevale. And in the rosy .siip.. o! o this blo-_imy
June day the girls were all otirin o on, of the Iroa
doorway, whilp G'ralni Blade, Ihe foreman, a~al be-
hind Ihp dpek, a lipen behind his ear andl bis mnll,
hma'ly-bla.k eyes dawn back, ai3 it were, in the
shelter of a precipicr of shagey eyebroww'
One by one the tirls toppedd and received their
pay for one w, ek's work, for this was Saiturday night.
One Ly one they filNd out, with fretful, disconlenkl-
ed faces, until the last one passed in front of the
high railed desk.
She was slight and iill with larIee vorelvly bije
eyes, a compleelion as dllelcately grained anid Irani'-
patent as lose.colored wax, and anr abundance of
glossy hair of so dark a brown that Ithe ca;:al ob-
server would have pronounced it black ; and there
waQ something in the a.ay the ribbon aa tiher hirroat
wastied and the manner in which the sinple de-
tail's of bpr dlress were arranged that l..esa.oe her
o( foreign bir;h.
"VWell, Mile. Anneatle." sani Mr. Blade, and
how do you like factory life ?'
It is mnt disagreeable," she answered, a sliht
accent clini_,ing to her tones, liko fracrari ce to a
flower, T s -l. extendedd i her baud for the money the
foremi.n wai crounlin.' ou!t.
Yoiu have piien ine but four. doilar.r." she said.
"It was to eight- dollars by the coni..acl."
Humph !" he gi united ;- you ain't m'Lich at--.cLs-
tomed n. our way of doing Ithings, are you, made-
moiselle? EiLht of course: but, we deduct two for a
"A. fee! For what ?" .\naele demanded, wilh
flushed cheeks and sparkling ees.
'"For getting you the situation n.adonmoiselle, to
be sure," said Mr. Blade, in a superior sort of a
way. Such places don't grow rin cre:v basb.
And folks naturally e:.pect topny sA:,-:-thip, ,.% 'i:c
I do nrl !" i.ashed cut Anrn el t 1 i =nci1e,
Oh-well--all rigl.l. Beeausq, 3otu: ituAv, you
ain't obliged to stay unless you choose-.'
"Do you inman," hesitated An\nelie, "that if
I don't pay you tt:is monioy-'
You canlt expect to stay in the worl:.3," said
Mr. Blade, lhitching up his colinr.
*'But the other two dollais '"
"Oh," said Mr. Blade, tlhaa' a percmniag, t'.oc
girls all pay."
u But whtl is it for ?"
Mr. Blade laughed.
"W'ell,it htlps oui my sa.lay. Of cou1ite, you
know, the girls 1! csxp'-ct to pay something evri y
week for ket(.i ,i2 thLeir &siuallions it a l.iace wh:oic
there's :o m.iny anxious to get ir.."
"And Mr. Eldersile?
'Oh, Mi. Elders lie," repeated Blad'e. "e
hasn't much to do v ith it. I hta Eimister a:t he
D)aplevale Calico (ik-i."''
Mr. Elderslie owns it, I Ieli: -e. '
e" cll, yes, he ownsi.. P.ut I mianaa: eveiy-
thing. Mr. Eldeislie reposes l-o ulunrit coif'id.r!cne
in mny capacity, abilii anid-and-reslionsibiliy..
ir. Elderslie is a good business man. He under? -
stands his own interest. And now if you've a0ny
more questions to ..-sk--"
I bare none," said A.r:i-llA e -.isflully. But
I want ibhis mnniiey myeclf. 1 'walk hard for it. I
earn it righleously. Hiyw can I ,fford, and bo
Can the others monio M lio:su poor la icrirg gills-, to
pay it to your grace d ?"'
Eli ?" -jacvultIcd 1Mi. Blado, jimpinpin fh'rom his
seat as if s. imne it.., ,-ci e ald sing him.
I ill! 1 pa,, i ,' calri-r eoi-lurl d Anneii to.
ery t'.Hll--rty tell. Jil .n ;as'ou lil'-, manle-
moiselle," (rie]d the b! renniw.n, t'rring red in the
face. "Only if you won't confohin io the rules of
the lapplevale works-"
"Are these ibe rules ?" scornfully demanded An-
Pray consider your name el o.ed ff cthe il, ks,."
went on Mr. Elade. You are 1:0 l,-, it: Loy
employ. Good evening Mademooisell. wban; ri' -"
And Mr. Blade slammed down the cover (.f lis
desk as if it were a patent guillotine and poor Au-
nette Duvelle's ntck were under it.
'1T\o or three of the factory girls who had hover-
('d alouund th open door t, hear the discus-ion,
looked with awe-slricken faces at Annette as she
came out tith four dollars wh Lich she had received
from tLe cashier in her hand.
"You've lost your place, ma'amselle," whispered
Jennie l'urton, a pale, dark-eyed little thing who
supported a crippled mother and two little sisters
out of het inulcied i:urnings.
"And he'll never let you in again," added Mary
Rice. He's as vindicative as possible I"
"It matters not," said Annetlpe. He is a rogue
and rogues sometimes out-. general themselves "
But you can'tstarve," said Jennie. Look hete
ma' minselle, come home with me. It's a poor place'
but we'll make you welcoteo till-till you can write
to your friends."
Annette turned and impulsively kissd Jennie on
her lips.
"1 thank you," she said, "but I do not need
your kindness. My friends are nearer than you
And AnneLtte Duvelle went back to the little redi

brick coltage, all thatched with the growth of ille
woodbine, where she lodged with the wife of the
man who ended the engines in the Dappleville
'- Does he cheat you, too, of your money ?" she
asked, when Simon Pettingell came home smoke-
Flained and grimy, to eat his supper.
One-sixth I had tu pay him," said Simon, with
a groan, ns he looked at the five little ones around
his board. Yes, mis., hi-'s a villain but the
woild is lull of I uch. And I Gfnd it a prey bhaid
wrild to get on with. Mr. Llderslie iineer comes
heie or' ira hailp things t oulId be a bit dilleretit..
Mr. Eldi' isle- live a;ltead-in Paiti:s, they ;.
He is in this country now," Faid Ainnette."
"1 i itlid to wine to him.''
l"wont ili no .o' ,l, miss."
Y s it will,' suaid A-.\nutfir e, qufihl y.
The petulb ol the June roses had fallen, a piuk
Carpet all along the (dge of the wo,-d. and the
Dapplevtlle worls wore their holiday guise, even
d,.wn to Simon Pvttirgell's newly bri-hblened en-
gine, for Mr. Elder-lie and hs n, wly nmIlied bride
t\erv to vi-ii the ~.irks or, tlhelr iddifng tour.
It's a i Ity Mt'atn.Bli.lle Alliinltitl' wEn awv.ay 3-
Buon," s:id binitn to his ati.-tilah ; 'cause thliey
say the u.::-tui'r Li nd-L-td.'.Jd in tLe Liaiin, and the
might Late -,pikehi up lor luhrs-i."'
L Mr. G(3r t! Lina,, ia hi Li. .0 be,.'dcluoth Buit, a&d
m usturllth iievly a),'., SU;l-. iii.i'.g hi tilL h t L a,:
dooriway os Lhe caiiage diuvc up IO to eint aice,
and )ir. Ela-ici.i ie, a haidil,..orie, oloiude-bloiucNC
Mran .-,i',.'. JU uLi a.d i t-i$e. l a (PoLiig lady, in a
"'1. ', .' .., i, ic Vui? L., id! wi:hb be cale-
l* tl.-u'ss I i4 c ,' is lade, 1ii 'oilu r a.'."
," \h-d(iiuir 'V l" Ar.,c''e !""
A ld ;lr. C ilid f.i.-h. id.. d.,i i i,.Laeif Clingi,
belure the slight Frenchl gill thLum he had turned
it oun the laeU)'0y door a month before.
"1 musL beg to look at the book, Blade," said

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rn T, id 'r .ur,. If d. m: e:.."
F t ir---
': ir.i n !lr wior.'" e lc.1.i r,. F',l rli.r w' th a
-rin'r: i.iow, .na l MIr. ( i1 f!al; e creji tawjy.
with ..i!- Ii g,,-. yao ' lli'a ''ouio sciow n:-.s of .'tnp.c'-tte's
scoie Qful bilu,, -;'? 'iit,."
Ell..-i lie turned !to hi; wit,'.
You wi ,ahri nin o'v lov", -ail lie, **li.e man's
face LA sul'i'itnt evidence "aai.ii'st him i.
ai Ia a nevw l'-ean fi.r por Jennie Purl!
and the v.'oikinig .gii!., as i e!! as ior Simon Pet-
ii ngi. 1.
Anad Annetie never r'oreltePl her apprenticeship
ai Ihe DIpplevili e (Calico Works.

I am reliably iNfoi0med thit the large establish-
Unent of Herr Kllupp. at E ,son, has withmu the last
three months re.'-is've1 consiiletable orders, as well
fiOr nr'ticles of p-c,'e as of "ar. In the latter cate-
go'y ]Rushia aud Chili particularly figure. For rail-
way lies, ordleirs hvre c,.me in such uastse that the
larie,-t number of worlmeu that the establishment
can employ have lbeonienn"agel up to the end of the
tear 18'1, and many riders have had to be refused.
E-,.la:id and Ame ica have also given considerable
comjmis.ion,s. and the establishment is making steel
plates for the e:mustructi;iu of the Forth Bridge in
Scotland, at a cost of about 3,00,.000 marks. The
prices aret rK general about 50 to 60 per cent. higher
than thbyv were thn;,o mnouth.i aro, and most lik,,ly
Herr Krupp will hbre to engage several hundred
workmuen move.- l'tilis.h Mercaznile Ga:ilte.

PRtir.ALr. LENDrJOiES.-.kA eaital story anent an
ex-Ch.ancellhr ,jf bthe Exchequer iq zoing (ie round-'.
.t a dinner party under Ihe hspiltable roof of ithe
iight hon. gentlemuo.n, thp conve:salion tu'ninsi-' l .n
the introduction of many unn'ee:sary ipa"-' "es in
e Iarin rice, te e--r'h.,,.. ir t I. Ex-
cherli- 'a e ,~a:l to the ab s:ianliv of a m wn -who had
n') to '' wi 'r"iar .a r u nvr ly ii d latl: i t ba ': ci-
dinwed hi3 brm., wicitl: t!he wh'-le of his io-m.s'-.siins
'" N,-w. 'wooi I ; ina ii]," th x- .' t;ine r r,
"' I L.r'a'! a f-hilling in the woi fl."--* Buii," chinm-
ei in !i.i- n .'i,, -. you hli our ''l u. lhil alenl .s."--
''.. II, ln[t I iioli'l '-:udiow you with ithti '," was'
the sinart lejoinder.
Dr. Gcodall, of Eton, wa. piorv bhially 'tend of
piunnini-;g. .bou!t lite a-n :-- tirm' tha.t ':e w'.S mi -e
Provost of Ei.n, he rec-:ived also a slall Iat XW'in -
bor. A ycuag lady of his a cuair(anc.?, 'wbi!' 00eu-
gratulating him on his el rtion, ',ad i.quieting'i
him to give the vyiln.' hadis 'f 'ion anud 'in'i.c.r
a hall uriu'0g e te v:.c.titn;, uiappe _d to t it,':h his
ig witli hi r, an, and ca-used !ill? pov-ler to tly
aboul, upon aitChI] the doctor 1 c1 -iai,,-a --'.,- ',1
dear, you see you can g( L the poed.:'r our tfl ib"h
canou, but n-.t tho b:il."

,,. s.:, ,: [ -? )

Wat chmtkl r, Jew her


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ers for alve eap,
Offers for Sale Cheap,.

A Choice .6lecti,,i of
,'#c'.s .Cp.,. ^ ,j -.<'_'

and Silver Plated I 'are,
A w l 'tieon is iniel.Jii, to ;v,. ,,- e ; ill i 'h,'

h .,', i IL,.-i f,, :. .! t .,i, .i.= \: ),'. t., ."
S 1 ii.-- 'rii s \ \h n:ave :i'.t < ,'f.i tl ir
S.' t", ail,.- t' ihl.' p:ira foiur year-, ni .* :nil :.,i|
It I. i. d n Cll ('r tdit, ext- t !i t ; ii tin- h, ..; ,,
ilit' i:i it aut.
'; l aIJ ."'ee.
R ei.: 'i : '-c -r,' tx \ t z.i/ tit? '" 0 11i.e.
f' ec,.nher 5ih, 179.
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Thee Subscribers are now prepared
to Lu, rish

);'.ly (' aunda :- ep\c:pted)
lFr..ain their Mt ore in ii!r::,iy '. rL to .ny per
son \\sio may desire a suppi-.
o (Jtuslum eii r's, ii) I aIn, I all V( \'ii it
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette.

Hamilton, Tuesday, April 6, 1880.

From the Jamaic-, Despatch, March: 25.

F.R.S.. D.C.L.L.LD.. ETC.,
Commander-in-Chi'y <',.f the NAoril, American and W1est
Indian Statlon.
SiR,-We. the Cr;!-c., ruembera of the Munnici-
pal Poarn, MgQis-trae. r nu Citizens of Kirgsion
beg to offer to y:.u, on -cur aH..i. ,aJamaicn, the
expression of our sin,r:-. c-lee and most cordial
In common with our fellow cc.u!ry3mi:-n in all
part of ite world, ..; bh.l. :n highest admiration
,a0 nd honor the dist.,.uiA:!rd services which yvou
hav.e rendered to iLe c(.u-e of Ycfience as wcll as to
the glory cf the rc.Vbe and gallant profession a -,bih
you have adopted in1 2.dorr1ed. Te ,erveral Arctic
Expeditions in vhlich von look such a prominent
part fill ?, bright p rie In. the Na.;,! annals of the
Empire: and mea o lthn Race mill in vli
generalions r rn-.:r'. .- v,-ih 1,1 p1ire nd n iati'.udc ,.,
perseverance in. z..I t',:. vyfu .Ali.played in s, l -!
ing Ithe i-mys try ., in!vol :d the lcs, o
the s lp -, Erc s'" 'iTrr-r," an i' n thu dis-.
coverin; -ie ;ate of F .*! :r F-anoPliv and his gIl-
last comp-rnion. Tb, -ssistence tIat vy-u art,-
given to A.rct!c xplr. tionl flom ihe titnethat you?
served a, S',-rior (Oflic- t'.-- .As.-tannce" in the
Arctic E \;.idiin oor.: F-hy., IE0.7i, unr.til Fel:y.,
1"32, down 'a vi .1, r 'e ri t lerir'd when, as Ad-
miral Sup l7.itle.,t "urtlsmouth, y.:.u acied otn
the Cnommili.e .,.- f ii out the Arctic Espedition.
unod r Sir G:.:.;:*e S. N :, K.C.B., F.R.:-:., i. t.
be regarded not .n-' a a t iti, to tbhe Naval Ser-
vice. ,utl a3 .t erie- r'; c: us c tril.o io ) t the
science :inl1 eutep:I that nve d.r.e to uiuch to
create and sugtai ti gr-1t.. ess and glory of thr.
If you ill! pei at -, v.e 'i.-ih to zxpess our res-
peCt l ;-... OqUr irvat1 'or 'th as well
as of your pr' :..'':-', dis iv-ii a. W e bhar. :1
gr'.ate:ni rt' eml,-en ,- I fi1 i,.. h abu anni ard enere:g ti.'
auction whli..b yru (i,.'i 'n[iuz your s rj, urn bhere r1
Commodore of l ii- S'.in ton i r 1i. riig the suff'r-
ins attendant oan n o ; ~N ,' o' L -ier tb i, "reva.iled
at. the tim e. "-d, .. ri: grt i,, t. s; 'r,.. y. -. ,i
int'erst whbicbh vou -? .-xh'ii.. t.1 in rl mnea .ires
and movt0erT e0. .i, *.g'i 'i pi t., i.1 be wec l'r
and happiness of the coin unity.
We beg st resieci!;l!y to g'ive you a he-rty
welcome to Jaiu'an-. tL 'A-,e earnestly pray that.
you may njey N!. !v nr.rl bpi" mqess in an illsiF-
trisn?.: carrpr w h i b l "'r full iof heni r, i-.t o: 1,
to yourself butt *.. ,he .' S verei-n aLnd pec].;l by
whom your dis ir.. :hb d :si ::e.- r ..n- w.. th a,
warmly apprecir-d.l ;.] uii ined.
H. J. Keml'.!e, '. Zs n I- ehb lf of the Muri-.i-
I'al BoM rd and of iAsi.- and ('ilz ;ens of
Kingsito on Public ein. a enilled..

9tb MarcL, 1860.
GENTLEIMEN.,-T-F-' Tvey flttlerig 0 .."ji.lrc-'s "...3b
which y.,u hare honored me, calls for f:r more
than any -rdlinary arcknowtl..-gent-iadeed I flda
myself un-ible sufficiently () expr-es-s y deep scnf.,
of the high complime'r. oun hbae paid !re, ani o(r
the ratification I feel ;i receiving sucb a mnark o!
your generous nppreci-:. n.
1 arrived in Jamaica at an evenlfui period, andi
served on throughbuu anr unusual long and severe
epidemic: public duties engrossed afl my time and
attention, and I can only say that, I endeavour 'd
completely to fulfill thew-as required to do, by.
the custom oud traiti.:'ns of iL.t pr.:f-f'sicn in
which I have passed almost helf a century, and I
feel tlat, o the Inavi this hi:l h compli .ent, Il-
though addressed to me ir.dridually, ii mub
mole due ihan to myself.
You have been .:,l:o1 erjough to. review with ...nat
favor, many years ..t my public and privat-e -n
reer, I would that, i: were rmnre worthy of yl..-r
notice than I can rddmit iK to be. Pray accept ih:.
heartfelt eZpressiun 'of n y gratitude; and tat we
assure you lhat the ,:at plea-s're "' rovisit g
Jamaica has been t:.iiunced L1.yond mIasauie b,
finding that I have .e s.) very ea!n- kind, fric.--,,
and by receiving so b..,- ; and so uuivrc.. il a 1 cl
come, Believe uie Io remain,
Gentlemen, very sincerely you's,
Vice-Adrairt.! r.l Coimmander-a-ChiiF.
To the Custos, M.-P -:l-.s off thbe Municipal c.?:,
Magistiates and (tizier.s of Kingston.
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From the W7ist Indies.
The Mail Steamer Edt,,, Capt ,in St v,, w::L
mais frorn Jamur,.., and tCe Wi:,,ward and L_:.-
wrr-'l Island.r s and .em re. ., ;:.i, ;va 1 c-arl.- on S '..
day morning.
By the Beta we i :ae ou, uual exchange i -
from the e.:s.t Ind'..
('opt in; '-ha'v \,iil iesr i,' acce t. our I,,,an f:, ;'
Jan oica- pal.'rs of hbe I.,t' t 'ate.
HI. M. P. Tamse, left. Jamaenc for Belize, Ho-
dural, wilh about U4 soi'i- i ti 'L. '2u,- '.
i. 2>tgl^ im l. u...>. l t( u .t.. i..i .' ;U.i -
eu:. rjhe Jamaica (ltunir iy-s' the object cf
sending lthe detachment t, Hor. -.>as is ; make
up and bring out recruitS tLere."
Dr. Stamers has teit by the "' Nile" for Pa.inaa,
where he ihas been'i !,,' p. h. ic: V.' .' ..r-r
stand that previous to his deianure trom Spanish
Town on Saturday, an address and purse were pre-
sented to him kay the inhliltnnts of that place, ss
evidence ofl the esteem in which they held them.--
Ja.uict Gleoner, Marc-' 2-4.
FIRE .AT THIE ISLAND ..F ST'. TH,:,MA.-An esite"-

sive fire occuri!:d at :;. Tomas on the 5th Ma.c;h,
It broke out a.- at. 2 an. in a dangerous locality,
and soon spread. Filty men came to the spot from
the Danish Man-of-Woir agmar wiut an ien-
gine, and another ',tachiment followw.] shortly :..-
ter. These, wit zh..? lot:all corps, watched nod ai-
sisted hy H. R. H. Price Va!a;:sr, succeeded in
quelling i heflame.3 about: 4 ta., bat uoi. until twenty
houses had been I urnird and demolished. Tli,-
Sso of the fire is ukiior.u although it is thought
.t an iucendiaruy had bt.en at wtrk.-.Jaautca
GkCiner, March 24.
The fresh assertion nnd extension of the Monroe
Doctrine, apropos of the Panama Canal, excitu.s
English opposition. It is understood that tb.e
Standard expresses the Foreign Office Jiew In say-
ing that tbe Gvveinnt.t is bound to watch A.meri-
can pIretensions and to resist them if necessary. The
other leaOring piaperL', use similar language, claiming
that. Britisbh commerce is m!.,re concerned tb:h
American. A diplomatic remonstrance in.iy b '

To At LClitor f lhe1 iyal Gau:efl'.
DE-' SmI,-Your c(or:-e.-pondu(ent D. wants infor-
matiou on "seeming contradictions," why seek it
through the Press ir If D. nueds information why
not get it from the minister, or if not sati.-mfied, why
not attend the services of another parish church,
the one nearest his own. Ministers are by io means
expected to preach alike, neither is there any at-
thority in the church establ.Jished that has power to
dictate their pulpit utterances. It would be better
for D. if by the meek practice of passive obedience
be were to subdue his own mind and spirit; he
would also gather great comfort from the thought
that if the minister whom he alludes to, teaches the
doctrine of a middle state; he also as a sequence
would undoubtedly advocate the efficacy of prayers
for the dead, it would be too dreadful to think
otherwise. E.

For the .iToal Gaz:tte.
DEAR MEr,. ErrITon,-A short time bck nmy friend
the Dormouse told me in strictest confidence thai
the old Woman who lives in a shoe, was very
decorating that shoe. with the help of the Court
Jester. Of course I immediately was on the qu
vivre -.ud having lc.-',:-rv-d the [fatter stop in th(
middle of -i t, a, to brni-l hi- hat, I tihou-.:ht ,:-miiie.
thini' must be in tle wind. I accordingly 1..rrow.
c.rd in: iuvi-ible .!,au: from the Knuaie C.f IT(Heais, anI
dt -triiied to ft.lokw the Hatter wlhet'ever he went
Thei,-efo:re, w]i ,n ,iu Fraiy, _,ud April. L.e set out
;;ithl his lrea'd id LatErr in-:.uc linamud and ll i; (ul.
in the other I aiccon:opanied him. As I hald expect-
e,] Le made -.r:'jo-ht f.,r that slioe, whi. ii we fouuc i
Jiudeci- most I.-aniutifully die-corate-l. My flieiud
walk:,d uilp-t:iit.. the old WoI''Vnn'si Li- usuai
e:;-, for l-beinu. late, viz. : "' that hIe lad'ut finish.
eid Iis tea ixhen hi- invitation camr-," I-ut as.,lie im-
mediAt-i lytvy Cx-:-lnain'id off vith h is leail'," tIhe r:o-
old fellow went litalorig"i d,,wn agaiu nIdl we loth
r ,ail-ed into hi- ball-i-nvei w!,./ih wv ..- i,_ the i:'- t 'hL'
I,- ti, shoe. Tle first p:er-. I saw .-,v our Q(te- --
'-'[f l. -'rt-. w 'l'i.ii .. .. l.t iin.d I 'i tl.t I hi.I 1i.i. iiLd
a s:f.t, quit, fi.,v- .ettiu. t!ia I was invisil.l:. r uext
Le,:-cae a riva ie .f a manu whlo S.i-emiCd to be li:.okiun:;
strnigzht tuanrOl.-- mi:. To imy .-ur]iri -. lie pie-,-"ntly
walked away l.t:kwars.. He ci'ontinued this iuvert-
i, ln moti.uI the \--hr,, vVtnin.-u-evc-un wvlhu l. v-wac
dancin,!r alIwav hlviung the ln..-k of ',Liis 1ead towards.
his partner. I now w:.-..: t lilb.-rty to :-dalir:- fair
(C', in a dr':--. of anu'ii-t Cyprus .=i.l:,roidery
with the kL-ey of tle East lanw-iun.- from Ir-r1 waist,
.u A l-y her .-ile the Sultanu of .Tavn, a I
ia'.ve -een lb eoic, I think it Imun t hav,-- been la.-t
-iinluer for he wa- de,.idell.-r .,ior,? sun-burnt tien..
I thr:ii beheld j .rs. Johnu Gi ilplii, uart-t and rcs.
talk iun t,_, tu Grnn. Turk.---E.t .' hall' ,- what's this
-why 1 .ere'-; i].- little .\i.::- l. aniii1"ro-in, d. C'u-ie
now. I muiit have a loo-k at hier dear little fa;e
-:iu.-Emierging frozm my lidi'in pinro all the
different e'':4tumes l.urst oni may atohisled sight.
-But first ,in f-r, :.-mr.. t-t Aiy attenLrio): was drawn to-
r-" rl' two y-:.unn- mi. shiiin-u sv'l-., no.Ibl: b, riLng
atl: li-ht i.yval appa'nia.n:' a:.-u:di i eirno that they
sverc the youug i'riuce., wLo.:- t'.iivnl Bernui.'''" la.
been expec-tiug.
lSudd',ly I s.:,:'. a look of c .u -.teal o.r dear
A lic.:-'-' f-i: -, nd1 r -,-:.n ir-': .: d .- r :- --. v-l,. n
the tli 2'dl Kinr C-etcwari_ uand his favr:'utite wifE-
M uzinbii n.,il wa'.v liked past l-.::in,,-: if tIi er wi.,-r:
prepared for very hot weather. Thb:y certainly got
on veit we' w-ith AI1 the ,uenst-s aid see-mc. 1:ii.u n
mne-un fierce in t'lii-" bel,,;i<.u--I'- i..e .ettfoe men(
-: :-.1. the .-.Tster., anu: the H ,Ltt,_r ru-linm,- up t,-,
,:x*!'licc:&.-., -.,'.y is n Paven li-e a. wsritiun- d. k :- "
Eut u :t, i; tl]is nris-e of I... ip '. I hy -cur -
VC "' I'>ar .' j CiLr 4 r' ,a_ p .r Tmi. ,:i. t 'r.ts.. tA i'tn.i-
-rrat- b:,-.k t, -,,; ld I: :lni, am.l tl.i s i.; l e. i Ti. l ."
:iA l veL i 'l ..' ,.hI :l : Ei,:.di y ,.i're '.t iy f ie "'
I I-' t:,.e HtI- ttc ie .vt he i-u g._:', ,-t into s,1l : .:. I
timiut .'-,m t'o for,r I an. hiu1-Lvry.
Bef-re t,- supper table. st.i:t 1 1 a a -0: 1. in s::'0:i7-
wh lite ,garineit-s, a.kit -' ;i11 cd p ,-c IeuIen inil Ini- s sto
-ipl.,rc'-C of t)e rp-r ]n L. has prepared fr t-i.;-..
Put a little IThenpolit:nu peaa-nut 1:. :.: uip v.ith a-
imnpndiLLt .ii c l ".ys: "you did'ut cook that s:up-
per so y,:iiu e- 'I t Ipterdl y,'u di." I fl:-tter'iy-
self I eat as mn.uh as any 9;ad1iy c-i:-., an:! theu it-
turnued- tr, t ill r-.,m. A -r'.!mh;n-ter :. t -
?th Ci_' tur- ^." ^.-d n. ln-.t 1.,: lo,.h., -o,
jo -ial, and ,:' t' .- in Lki- t:p I...-t tl,:i.r I wa-
n-:t afraid of Li.i A v'ery :ot- :v. p ' :-
ceding in m .-li:i iui-i'f 1. r-abl.le to n hudbsom e
Sp-n"ui-h C(itanu:.. I think it mu-t have bccun Ca'r-
mnwi herself. I .-id'nf lik? the- .... of Miss; i.uffit'.,
biv spider, bu! I t!ouli}t the t :'-',L Ilt-dy herself
,':hari'au.,r, an'l I ;,1,.) met au old friend-swee lit-
tle Dr(.-den China-with her pretty whij dr'es..
I ,.--,e a f-n,it ncoolle-.tion of having seEu Ariodneu
looiikinu ~-, de.-atlily pal6 that I wondered where
Tleis -,r wainidleri-u. I sav a lhagd:-ome .mQueen
of t:e Pa.-k i.f C:ard.-s. and a courtier of Charles II's
ti-.- ii .ilkt ad -itin .gay, 1.nt I was quite bewil-
diered y *ihe .v: ,' ,-VsSy ,f pean:-.ts, .iipsies, &:., sso
'-:-viu.-: --trclen a -c:t k-i:s ftom swr-eet little Tomni
T ,i.unl Bhlue-ji..rket, I thli:,ur.- I hadl bttrbe off.
Tt.e] ht I saw wsi- the : 11tte-r lc.:kiin for the- Dor-
mu: sc iLIi t t-- t -i.o. r, but I l.-iI,,vrh,:- fot)ui, him.
cY-u-. f':,ithfully,

Fo, *iif: ,ual G,::ct[ .
JI.Ea i'-TR. FmI'r.:r,-I .sarune-irly :-.ile, thiiough
the imicimil cf the Roi(,,l Ga:cid/, to immii.:.-. ou
n -J.'. -f te hLu of E;.:.-lun1 .-,i e I-;. da
tle f:ollo:,wiu.- reiiam-k.s on t'he ,Iold stroke m.-i ie -a
tl.: niii, tiln. iu tli- towu c-n Fiilavy the 2nd Aplil,
t,. ,-Li.i lii ile Pew hiol,1er- of T iirity Clurci. wei'-
in vitd to < pe.- uii ry pri'VisioL for C(li-i-
... ',,ivi.. ::ducLi;._ vianc acy."' Aflc-'ras.-ei.i-iug th:.
ti-ei ws' iuN to / ae-us me-ing whet .r Tricity
C1. ui- ..L. ,hu l 1:, coustithuea ill', i. .- iatle .il l ir:,
Bi..op': Churh,,'ate from the P:.iiii C.'lutr.-h
.,.uil that ur.cii-i- ir ar .re-'d to it:, tiu.- tirov, i :;; g- :ie:
whole- power izi :t the land.s ,f thl Bi-lop, a;-d thea
Bernt i .l i l'h'-.ha Sr.ciety, a- it hr:.- : -.:'- n ,ll.- -i.
ti Lt the i: asit! ' inlteu e :-J...T i -ui.-li ofi- that
,o- iety and wars to aght to ..e in : h.-innu: -ith
it'-. -pirit. ThiV if tri ?, exlibit, the,. v lue f the
Tr.- .,,ti-..i ,if th.-,-.,., w-io ou ti,. ir: fl-.tion of th,,
C'huir':h I'Sciet -K treil, ilha':t i-f.:ie long' it would
Li? one of e it.n--t, -u..,.n.s in. te- .l.nds cf the anti-
Prote-st -ut party ,:f the C'hurc: h.i.
It was deviled *t 'he me-tiu.i i:,o7e ,,etioi'-ed,
*-' ; etitiori the- HT p.-e of A-, -'..,lv to .a:: t-.. /.,:/r.
li(.,, ,i:- .-. s .: very .- ii, ni.,a. ; ':v railit-,tin-;- cur.sei,-iv:s
and those w'ho m'ty come aftv- I -pic.,.t a-a;inst't
that ,eci-.ion, ts of a imeetini pcses, .v**e-u yaars aro it w..a ,",lopoe.-d to piut on
apse iU the Pani-h C',',-.i. It. was 'icue, :cnd then
followed p.,iute.l wi- cuv.'.s, <-.c.rl-a' e table, flowc-rs
on the 'Co-('muuihi:iu TI.:l-le, an:! So forth. Mfay I" Lit

thicjefoire a..k thae .i hur-, !in u h,,u la,-ire:--. vlet-her
hbl,'indl or with hi.- eye. op.: h". ru a'iini .o i ., ii,_er-
tie- by th,''-wiun l th --:- p.:.wE iuto t',e- i:,d.- of the
k'-. itSv, wh61e ,_, T.x-.,-,,'
l'ef- w-e *- exp. t- tlhe troubli.-' t.:, end. I
nei: oily : 8' 1 l1-- k a't w.- u'm t stiles h-ia'. c-
teenu minlj to wni .at Rio-te,. within the la.-t thi rty
year -s aui1 how n];,'_.y o, our 01011'Chlilmn n h I,: a-'.. -:
over to the Churci, orf P fc-t:, inud ,i-rd wl'-r- th.,ise
thiiua's are carrey:.u;' iu..
Ther-le are o.-,wi ion t! o-:4e dy-' vlo pr-Cldit another
-Reformation-in ounclu-.ion, the-refore, I would n,.-.:- y ran.ini a. ,. ,iu -a? :;e f;il -c,'- .,1.-; : f :-. i. ":-;-
ture, It m-it une.s lbe that, offtence-; 'will c-ome,
but woe be to that na:. by: the off-e-nce com-
Your-, very truly,

THE DOMINION OF CANADAr---Te A ,he /1r a(-d NVtr'
Gazelle of the 21 st Febrn ry. .says :-** C-;-t-*i- Sir
John Glover, R.N.. G.C.M.G., GhrtL.: ; f New_--
fouudland, has lately,a turuiung l i- .kite;ti.,n to
the possil:ility of making St. .Johlin- t!', -:., ir-
port for the whole Daiiuiiin. -is ial,.i i.- to eon.-
neet St. J.'els with thie ani:iuiud acl : 1-; ailwa'v
across the island and a line of ferrv st_ ,a." across
the Straits of Bellti-le, wher,.-e a line woul l formI a
junction with theo Tter-Colonial, and it is ri-poi t'-,1
that the question is now under the conu..ideration of
the Canadianu Governmen.
It is expected that Geuneral Lotd lark Kerr
C.B., Col. of the 54th Regiment, will be transferred
to the Colonelcy of the 13th Light Infantry, which
has become vacant by the death of General Spen-
cer Stanhope. His lordship's attachment to the
regiment, the is-t Battalion of which he for so many
years commanded, is well known, and his appear-
ance once more at its head will occasion very gen.
eral satisfaction in the corps,

1 R.A. AND R.E., V. THE GARnitsoN.
t This Match was played at Prospect, on Monday
7 last, the 29th ultimo.
t The Garrison.
) Lieut. Jones, 99th, b. Cottrell................. 2
. Pvt. Rice. .9 th, b. Cottrell.................... 3
C. apt. Cotton, 99th, b. 15
SH. Dawson, E.-qr., R.N., c. Pilleau, b. C'ottrell.. 6
SCapt. Eden, I -19th, c. Cottrell, b. Walter......... 6
Lieut Young, 99th, b. Risk ....................15
Lieut. Whistler. 9'Ith, not out...... ...........42
Qr.-Mr.-Sergt. Pepper, 99th, b. Risk........... 0
Lieut. W ehnau, 0.'tb, b. Cott-'elll...............16
(Corpl. Wildgoose, 99th, b. Heueage............ 3
S Pvt. Lev-er, '-th, 6. H neage.... ..... .. ... 5
Extras............ .9

Total.... 122

R. A. and P. E.
I Capt. HItenene, ,.E.. 6. Dawsu............... 8
. Li, at. V\' Donop, R.E., c Welman, 6. Da,ion...ll
(C'pt. Walter, R.A., c. aund b. Daws.:.u.. ........ 20
Lieut. Cottrell, PR.A., e. Pepper, b. Dawon...... 2
Lieut. Tower, R.E., b. Dawsou................. 4
Sergt. Risk, R.E., b. Da-so.u ................. 17
Qr.-Mr.-Sei gt. Bailey, R.E., not out........... 4
C(apt. C'lar:-k, P.A., unot out.. ... ............ 1
SCol. -Gordou, R.E.,)
Capt. Pillena, R.E., did not bat.
, Sap. Feath}erstuue, .
Extras...... .....4

A MatI:ch will be played at Prospect, l-.etween the
(Garrisou and the Fleet, ou this day, (Tu-sday,)
April Gth.

To the Edi.tor of the Royal0 Ga:ett,.'.
DIAR SIn,-Havin- unoticcd thie r-iuonvr-nts of
your corrt-.lpcoudleut D'" ou the asseitions of "A
1 reiebher' iu re'-arl to the soul of man pi.. iug into
fain intermediate state at lerath, and theie 6:, inug- par-
tially btl:ssed or punished, as the e.Ise Inny be, I
would like to beg for sa-mre bile proof f suclh state-
ietut :-, iu c. re.:t. I ifr that **'D" ,I; lls the
Sop)iiou that the soul o(f man is / c/ll blea.-ed or
Spunihed at denth, bit- we have the emi hatic de-
claratian of ('biist that 1. No man bath as n,,iv"'ed up
to Heaven,' &e., (St. Johu iii. 13.) Aud aiain the
Apostle. Peter e-:,ss of the Pntriarch Davi'l (" a man
after God's -wu inh::,rt') For David i.s ia,.t ascend-
ed iuto tqie Hetavens" (Acts i, i, 24). Thie peni-
te-nt Thief dersied to 1bt renw.meibered- V W\'Ln thou
comes into Thv Kirugdorim." As to thIe appearance
,of Moses and on the Mount a.f Tir;,.-igura-
tiou, the testimony is that the tliungs scene were
A vision" (LMatt. :vii, '.,.)
If D" is an earn.-es.t enquier f.i- trout. I would
like t enter ute:i a i.orresp.i]ii-ne w vit li zr- on this
siibjecirt, cand hope to expl:iiu all "' -.-ii'ii'. ontra-
.i .tious" in aec.-ordi nic, with the testimony
Addr.-ss throu'-al Po-t O-it-e, Hr-iniltu, uo
Apiil 3, ISSO.

News: from Cl!lan. 'n) to toLe O1th M .r: -:, ,--:3ws
that actirily coniinues in the vwar, ihi-nih without
iny great re.--ult. During the first thre.u? or four
days of the mr.ntrh here were rumn-ar that the
Chilians !!nil- effect.--1 a landing in l;irge numbers
north and South of A-dle, rnd fI:at th.a p-.?t was
tn be made the point of attack from l, -A '.:-," sea.
Subrequ--nt a -rii:cs are- u lb'.i1, !,!I0 0 nmen i'd-i. at
Ilo and 4,000 nt 'am.a, and that ithe Hlua&.--r and
Ma.:.all,,ns entered the bay f '.'-i.ic-, LankLing a feint
of attacking the latieriF bat of coure- without
su':cess. The monitor Maonf C'i,.-c, 'mrnmanded
by Captain Meo.r', tf-ir.nerly of the "I. 'a'i.i,
rfiricted conrid--:rab!e drinage on the 'hbiian ves-
sels, especially orn the iha'.c(,ir, striking b -r twice
with the beg.y 5000 Po'm.n;I: shid, carrying
,avy ber b-ow, d: "fain [, 'r ecl-'. Tt-' Ma-
P.illares'" ik iOCo reported ao injured. 1 is -.i.1that
Captain Thrtimpon, of the '" Hi niasar Twai killed .
Chilian papers announce the occup.;,t:.c i.,f Ilo,
and that six battalions of national guard-.: ae like-
ly to proceed at, once to the seat of w.:r These
eve.:,.: will dderelop thIe unes exciting a-irv, of the
war. General Mo;tero, who leads ',e Piruvian
'f.;ces i, well ;p !-.en of r;-.-- a inn eq'.'l A.o t eamer-
,-,:cy. The Chilians place roalt relic-".:- for the
sucev.sful bumbard1n at of Ari-:a on at' IS teed gun
-carried by thy .Angcewon.- Icn ramr- thifI'.s persons
!ilwll:d in the Peruvian press miy v;ndicc.te their
crrdnc;t, Pre-idrnt Pie'rola deeiris !.t t, alil who are
alti c-ed shall c...-v at thier dispo,,-l. :':rti.- double
t',-' space1 occu;-di.-i in the paper by t :- !ihe'-''. Like
Iuler :pply to becck and'r-.hl-t lib.l ".'r fines
for r'usc:-I of or publisher ra .:- -,ac 1)0 to
Y0.--- The conflict t:et wetnu the a:.It : :! oern-
S-nit "f '!. .- :-'''i i'c. Relpu liri .i:e t''t.:enos
.'.y;." P- ,vinci:,l G'' t'rnment, ,.as bei- pe.:.e fully
r:...;--d. ;ivil wi.r threatened at one finm,. The
re'.ellious forces haive been ordered ,a) disband.
T", -, Prt ni' of Nie;rragua record.? ".- 'f-.a-oza
aassmin-,li:n!- ii ene issue, anid lays !the Pn-nei of
this ',ijrac'C fuh sin ul.' of affairs on thii- C ,.-u 'a. :- fthe
country. The Pc.n:ama "Star and Hercall main-
t:In3 tiat, it v-a- corru et in desci;Wina she gunboats
to'..'_' :]. y .- cir.- i, y Cr'o aP Rir-n .-,: "ol ftubs ,"
,anu t:tis u ute c'a.-rd e icoan vy r" a ili]ji exs'er-i'"e fai ce."

THE Cnows Must G(3o.-It seems to bt'e the settled

policy of the government that when minerals are
(di s.-ovt!ed on atn Indian rservalion ibh Intlian, no
malter what his tile maay be, has to go. In Color-
a -to .o.,- havc a f!oirible illustratica r thi- d,. urine.
The ieservatii-n upon r'vhich the Utes are settled iS
held i.vy titem uiale-" the best of! illes, :.s good a
title, in fact, as iny one on this inlanrl crI an p-oduce
in reg-i lto bi -iproperly: bul t mi;eralc having
Ieor-n foord upon thir- lands by sow-, t-r..n:ping
nmiivei a t!int agdnst the U tes has gont.? t.h and
(bey nmuist inv?. The Cir:w Indians atre th, lirtest
victim, of Ibhis policy of pillage which., ia th West-
ema ve:nacula;r. i-s calk-de progress. .Accor n g to
.idvices from WVashingtou the lands ot te-,e In-
uians also are tici in mineral ideposii-:, 1O ih.vasion
is hreateued, Lanni the I row chiefs l-.v. is.e-a m-
moued to Washington to "'adjust i 1 : iatta:r ami-
cably." 1; is difficult to see why ari Iii.-hau who
owns a gold or a silvIr mine should hbe ...p. lived of
its posse-sion merely because somebody i els, who
has no claim upon earth to it, de:-,i,'i- t t ake it
away from him. Why uot give liO.w Indian a
ch. uco i) 1-eLaome a millionnai e and geta ip a cor-
ner in '.ii.cks in Wall street or in San Funci -.o?-
AYew York Herald, Murch 24.

From the following I infer that the United States
Navyy nis by o means overburdened with Thunderers
and Didilios. "Where is our American Navy ?"
shrieks one of ourTransatlantic exchal:ges. It pauses
for a reply, and gets the following from a contem-
porary: If this excited editor is laboring under
the impression that it in concealed in this town, be
Js mistaken. We haven't seen anything of the
American navy, and we are in the vicinity of the
Schoolkill canal a good deal, too. If the navy is lost
the price of it should be deducted from Secretary
Thompson's salary. We told him six months ago
that if he did not put bells on the necks of our steam
rams the entire navy would wander away and lose
itself. He said he could get up another one just as
good inside of two weeks, and now let us see him
do it.


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