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: VID00087
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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2-o. 33.--Vol. LV. STATL SUPER VWAS. ANTQUAS. 24s. per Ann.
.~rtr - ---- -.......-o- -Ber- --" u-d a. _-----I----

iknuison, Reran f 4 ?sf sedapg. *I.svst I$^ 1882,
r N '1- ii i'

Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Tiuday, 8th A.tynist, 1 %S2.-Pur.aant to a,'journ.
ment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Ree', Chis Justice.
The Honorable Eugenius HEavey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Gentl.,
0." .S. Tucker.
S C.rendish Boyle, Col. Secy.
A Bill entitled An Act to repeal so muceb of
the Act entitled "An Act further to amend the
Road Ats' as have not already been repealedd" was
brought up from the House of Assembly and read
a first time.
His Honor the Chief Justice presented a Petition
from the Ministers of the Reformed Episecpal,
Presbyterian, Wesleyan aud British Methodist
Episcopal Chuches, on the subject of butials in
these Islands.

able body of the public, utterly ignorant of ahips,
and intent only on receiving cheques from their
respective managing owner. For a very slight
analysis will show that the persons who purchase
small interests in steameia consist to a great extent
of profepsi.-nal men, farmers, aud small tradesmen.
The next point to notice iA the almost uniformly
hiigh rate of interest doi lived from investments in
private owned steamers. Some pay as much ra 2_5
and even 30 per cent. lp:r annum, but I am told
that a fair average all round, in respect of steam-
ers in proper working order, would be repre-ented
by 13 to 20 per cent. per annum. These payments
aro, as a rule, made without any provision for de.
preciation or reserve faud to meet large expenses,
such as the puehaseo of a new boiler, so that some
deduction must be made for these purpose.q, the
actual value of the ship. less depreciation, being
covered by insurance. But, making every allow-
ance, I think that I am well within the mark, in
saying that well-managed private owned steamners
present a sound investment, producing on an rver-.
age a fair net dividend of from 12 to 15 per cent.
nor anaum on teo capital expended

Notice this Please.

, it (tnks.

All Persons havingjnst CLAIMS agai tl t HE ubscriber in thankin the pube for-
Undersigned. made up to .0. : ist of July 18S42), their p ,t ,brel Patroi ae, now puc to
are requested to render the same to hAi fther i -p .1 l 11O 1' i o- ti
,aOsrd them tat. lie h!.s h:ic'li siippli;d with, an
payment not later than the 15lth Ins.tant ; and FG., ire .ew c 1- t' lot, 1
all pI'rons IN f.D EW'EDi to hinm are rrueinete. &
to make Payer t on or before ilie above date, 'r fLE.' & (.& IFvEID.
or thiev will hace to thank themselves for beinr' adJ thI th he T'ea ior further protection against
sued without respect to pors.ns. ,our damp climate, Ihas lee.i put np in Tin Brxes
JOHA B.dLRRIT T, f ( a .SJightly Alanced Price), i.siead of the
East Broadwava'. pasti-board lIo:es th:it were nut i'.ntiAl so well
Hamilton, Autgust lat, IS2. t dipped to our Barmud- .teasonu.

i L Persons having CLAIMS against thb:
A-- Estate of the late C.APT. JOHN T.
I YATES, are hereby requeste.I to rende-r the
samin for settlement

The Bill entitled '- An Aet to amend and con- () I. e ,rntinued., On 1or eorIe the 3ls 81 tIst.
tiuue the Schools Act, 1879," was read the second ( u On o e t 31 I
time. choo t,187 waread--- -- And all Persons who may be INDEBTED to
The House went into ConImmit.-- [&',. '..,," the Rouial d 6r:,'.] the said Estate are hereby requested to make
The Honble. E. Harvey in the Chair. The foll..winw txtraeet from one of the Speeches Payment by th,- above date. All Accounts re-
On motion the Commitic ierose of th- yood Governor. Sir William Reid. at the mining unsettled alter August 3Sit will be
The House resumed, time f .onsi.lerinc the lroprifty of a Publie (;ar- place-d in legal hands for collection.
The Chairman lepor-. 1 Fro:t:. .id obtained d.i is no-t inappropriate to the present times :-- A AH ANN T
leave to sit again. I do: not al..nrc allude to improved implemul A A
The Resolve graninug a ium to tihe Rtlfomd for cultivating the around. and for the sublititution Executrix',
Episcopal Church," was rlad the- eco.d tintim, of l.rat: foi liiunan i.iuur. but al-o to such mr- t 'f. J A.MES,
The HousE went into Committee thereon. .,hanical :ontrivanuie<,pas will facilitate. e en :,'.
The Honble. Jam.:-s Tucke.r in the Chair. tion. If i.v-uiions be lisrie -a in
The Commuitleeros'. ship 1..uilduing r iu the cunlitruction of Dw.lling Hilmuli.aii, A.g ist 7. l"S3.-'3
The House resumed. Houses you will continue to build Hhips and boriu- ---.... .
The Chairsin reputed the resolvee without e at. greater expense than your ueiv'hbours.
amendment. "By extending the practiceof E, B. JO 0 iN'E S
The House adopted the report. laud., for periods of sufficient length. and ou e;asy
Adjourned to Friday next, the 11th instant, at terms to those who desire to work them, by bind- Corner ol Queen and Reid Sts.,
11-30 a.m. mint Tenants to replant and rear both Timber
--- ---- --_ and fruit trees and to make other improvements, Has Just Received from New York. per Ori-
"Pt.LLIC FRIEND'S" Con,.'" "Xati- the face of the Country would become gradually noco," the following, GOODS, in addition to
uu,.d fr, lt page of amended, it would soon hecotme a place invitin I his- usual .toc"; :
new Settlers. After attentive observation for morn
LE-rE. No. than four yearS, I am persuaded that the soil ot 11RO'' N and Whitei COTTONS
To the Editor of the ,'. 'y Teleqraph. Bermuda is far more valuable than ha-. been grener- Io. olii. io. SIlt ETING
Sia.-Investment in private-owned steamer-, ally supposed. We find all those pe-rsons who are D 1o. D)o. :-'anton FPI.NNEL
is sometimesobjected to on the ground that the most earnestlyn maldng trial of it agree in this [)o. PI. IPe i 1 NEI IS
liability attaching to the owners is unlimited. This I but express my real opinion when I sny., th-t t t'I: ,IN'' C(OR-S ETS
objection has omro foundation in fact, and to some Bermuda Islantd may be made to rank uno Lav idi.s anu i.,',L L -A'd and \\ hiwe 'YO.. -
extent give an advantage to investors in limited the most 1.eati sots in the worl You have h
companies; but if th? facts be carefully sifted, it late of Pri with th advantage that Ge olred... white El Y
will beound to be more apparent than real. The hl timepl.efor i wtboard. Ytheeedou Eur a operual e" d .. "a I hit L nov st
principal liabilities incurred in respect of a steamner o tim, for in ut th es o f Erie t'- d'outsmb Inc Cinolre l
arise for stores, aparCl, wage, and repairs, whinmate, and er those o the Tp,, t ,; d a Blue!: l tolrc :
being really forwowkinge ,r epairswhich, ''eThe Oranges hvre raised are air,:,nt tl'tiiuElt 8(;)W .
bei regalror work n not exted in the wor. et. ther.t'es.a.oe not alt.t and outh!s'C.jored SHI RI Fl -- ..
to the iabiteSO an r r n er beond what serv to 'h thli-r x- "-s- -C-olgt ah lvr.., o.q.:ut, Jck:ey
pared trading ceUence. Clu b and l)atliueal.
cern. It is known that r.ffee miust hare bee iutrodn.t -
fThe following has beea furnished by ta.. pilc.- d into Ber:uwa almhnost as early as iut.., the Wet,. s.u.,.s? 1, I,. 32.
tical gentlemen as to the probable expenses ot the Indies nud the berry is n,:lnowledred to be reatly
propocd Steamer (and may lie oeonidee-d outside suprIoI to any inumortcd, yt the plant :.-,left to P'T1 m
figures): row wild under Cedar trees, where it hasse No
Expenses per month of .-.teamships as specified maintained itself for more than a century as if it
t00 nominal horse-power. were indigenous to the soil, and no atrempt is mak. A LL Persons owing for Boots, S.hoes
Coal I tou for every h.p. ing to cultivate it for profit. iA and other Good-, had at R. H. DUER-
Wages of Crew, 40 in no...........250 0 0 These are some of the subjects beyond the reach DEN'S Store fi ou JAM.1ES BL'R 'T.will please
Coal.................. ........ 400 U 0 of Legislation, and it must depend on thepeople call and pay for them, as the Accounts mus
rovisions......................120 0 themselves to take advantage of what. natn'epoiuts beclosed for Mr. Buch's benefit. who has
Stores,&c ......... ..............2 0 0 out.
Wear and tear.................. 100 0 0 Thefew individuals who have recently begun to left Bermuda.
----- maintain themselves by Agriculture, and to devote R. H. DUERDEN.
898 0 0 their attenutiou to its study, deserve our utmost en-' Hamilton, July 29, 1282,-3 pd.
-P.F.] couragement ; for T am persuaded thlpt so greatly -- -----.-.----.-
"'Then there is the liability which may arise from has the relative position of affairs.. hanged, rhat, -y
loss of life, or personal injury, or loss or damage the permanent welfare of the Peoile of Bermuda, f' ')
the liability from each of such causes is strictly ot the indigenous forests will henieforwarddepen.1 S l
limited where such causes happen without actual on your making the soil of your own Islands, cin- 1 Extra Lia'ht Toc s U l,
fault or privity of the owner, by S. 51 of the Mer. tribute to the support of its Iuhabitants. I 13 d
chant Shipping Act of I862, in respect of loss of "These opinions I have for.ned deliberately, I
life or p-eraonal injury, to an amount not exceeding state then for individual consideration ; for s.:.eial 1 Sp)1'ii- ide lBJ1 I'ltist pointed'
15 for each ton oi the ship's tonnage, and in r- imnprovemeut must proceed from individual convic- 1 .
upect of loss or damage to other ships, goods, or tioun f what i- -le-t rttutcd to particular., e well as ]ani t'inillled X21 <08 1.
merchandise to an amount not exceeding 3 for to general iut:'r'..t "
each tou. But there is another consideration of Elliptic S rino Ditto,
much reat.r inportanca- namely, the fact that EGYPT'S DEADLY CLIATE e nd.
every liability and risk to which shipping is heir, E S A LMAT. nearly new 5 Os. Od.
except, the mere outlay requisite for purposes of Egypt is as deadly in August as in India iu To be i.sen at
working in tL. ordinary way of business, can b June."' oOld traveller ; and thi tinis:ter reprimT- H h
guarded against by insurance; it being possible tion is only too well deserved. The sinie listeit- R. B li% JV S'wue
even to insure against such damages and lo.s as I '-r,, 1whi, h almost destroyed the- army of Louis IX., is and Carriage E.taLlihhmnit.
have last referred to, whether happening on the of Frauce at Danietta. in the tldrteenth century, ,
ship, or caused by its improper navigation. When decirmated the troops of Bonaprte iand thost-:of his Hamnilon, August th, 182.
we come to consider who the persons a e who con- successors, Kleber and Mncuon, at Alexandria in ----
stitute the class of private steamship owners the the end of the eighterenth. Indeed, those who have 1iP
first thing that strikes us is their enormous number. been in Lower Egypt during the unhealthy season fT t
By Section 37 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1854 may weU wonder., not that vso many should buccitib I
it was providedthat the property i a ship should mate but that any one shold escape.
be divided into sixty-feoar' shares; that not more The dreadful "kharusin," or hot wind whichthe tfil GO fPA)L2V
than thirty-two individual owner should be regis- strongest mau cannot face, without instantly feel- -
tered at the same time as owners of any ship, unless ing his muscles unstrung, hi skin paruhed and i
in those event of anysihare or shares being held by feverish, and his whole body limp and nerveless as Office at ICE lHOUSE, East Broadway.
joint owners, when any number of joint owners, a wet rag, is of itself a sufficient aent of evil. .--
not exceeding tive. might bo registered for any The fevers engendered by the malaria of the Nile rliiE Subscribers would respectfully inform i
share, and count as only one individual. Thus,6ven delta are as virulent as even tho-,e of European lie people of Hamilton and vicinity that
under the old law, it would have been possible to Turkey, while the devstatinm eviits oi the plagu th ar prep to attend Lu all Idir,
have had 160 names on the register of any ship. itself ate neither few nor far between. A less e ar now pepa ed to attend t all li dern
But even this limit has been thought too narrow, fatal, but equally formidable, enemy t, an invading for Ice in a firslass manner ad at te reason-
and by the Merchant Shipping Act- of 1880 (43 and army is the terrible Egyptian "opthahnia," whib, abl ipric of lial-Penny per )poLnd.
44 Victoria, c. IS) the number of statutory indi. although often brought on by the unclean habits of %e tvill keep constantly oi hand at the New
viduals permitted to be registered has been increas- the natives, i aLt times generated in another and a Ice H-Iouse, East t1r.adway. a supply o i '.
ed to sixty-four, so that there is nothing now to very singular fashion. Asmall green flypristeutly throughout the year f,,r tiah b-enefit of our Cuq-
prevent 320 nie-m a appearing u the register of a settles upon the sores of the dis-asedl eyelid, and. towers wiho ai r.'qni e !r,, duang winter
single ship. when driven off carriess the infection ahlng with it nouth-.
wherever it lights. So common is this dAi.eaw I B'y prompt aitentioun to okr C'stoinms aandl
[This is another point well adapted for our Ber. amon the Arabs that Mebemet All is said to have stric atten ti o t our bu nes re hope t re-
muda S. S. Company.-P.F.] formed two battalions of one-eved men. the n e-
But, even if the register were to be crowd-, wanting the ye and t the right ee and the other the left. In ceie a h,.re of the Public p.Atronage.
ed to the full extent allowed by law, the num- 179S this complaint madep-grtat rvau;.'-sin the army Ice d iivered d.,ily (S.unda)s eeepi.ed) i
bers then appearing would not represent the of Bonaparte, one of whose best oAtticers, becoming Hamilton and viciaiti.
whole number of persons beneficially interested, blind in the d.'ert was forced to eling to the tail of I N. U.-ICE' ili.)USF open frolm 7 ..m. to
Itis expressly enacted that the legal ownership ap- a comrade's horse, in order to make his way back 1 U-30 p. nw. d-ily, .undays excepted, when it.
hearing by the register shall not interfere with to the camp. It is a common saying in Alexandria I will ho open- tfroii S t U.
equitable rights, and hence to provide the capital that "an Egyptian Arab with two eyes is a.s rre JOHN B. STAHL & CO.,
required to pay for a steamer, the few legal inter- as-a suowball in June." N
usts appearing on the register have been carved into Ea 't Broadwap, laialton.
a large number oi equitable ones. of a size suited = June 20, 1b83.-tf.
to the capacity of intending- subs.cribets It is by Two LAtAr.a DnowNerD aT Fn.EDERtiTON.-At -- ----------
no means uncommon to find a st'amer, each sixty- Frederic:ton ou July t29. afternoon Tis J..'An .ab- W ANTED
fourth part, of which cost. about 450 or .F,1.10, bitt and Miss Che-tnut were drowned. The litter
owned by perons whose respectivo interests are of was ina lathing with a cbild in her nrus, iid .t-
a value of only 100 or hi", or sometimes even a ting beyond her depth Mis. Babbitt mal aun at- 4 ri 1 '8 !
smaller sum. In the result of these fai'ts we per- tempt to 'rescue her and su,'.celedl inu i. uing thI AJJL haps see the greatest revolution that shipping ha, ,..hild, and on making a second tteimpt to rscu th
undergoue-namely, the exginction of the old-fash- Miss Chestnut both lost their lives. The aftfair h,- .r pply t is 0 C '
ioned ship owner, who knew all about Lis property east a gloom over all Fredericton, !ahere both MUST BE WELL RLCOlMMENDED.
and the substitution, in Lie place, of an innumer ladies were extremely well known, Hamilton, bth May, IS62,*

Reid Itreet, Hamilton.
Near H oyal GazeTt" O flce
Hamilton, Ang. I, 1S82.


Just Received fromii some of the
first F'.ngii h iand -' erican Hiiouses,
A Fine 1qsso'tmcn.t of
S -T / "

-J3 d Patleat Jiedicines.
N. l.-Fheo Undersigned beg to inform the
Publ;c, thit tii-y are prepared to furriki the
So:-a. & LfLOCIADE
Wrldo in Hermtda,: at e pxeedingly L O W
R I C F .
31 Front. Street.
IHamilton, Aug. 7, I,.-'3

NT "

HIE Limersigned has Just Received from
NEW YORK. per S. 8. OR INOCO,"
n: [ve,-. Supply of
iSlutiUl.OL Ui.S EE'r' PORK
SiA!,. iI RoIst iEEF
r':,.bl.. S.\!-. t p9-, Po. .el.:tl, e.^.,. &.e.- .,
Hle Still has the Best
T.A CO7FFF;.E ''.OFtl'E, & MILK
C,':O)A & MIL:N 1
AJ C-i .:' '' vi"w hnt thr Milk,
4 .vi a Selection of Finely Flavored BISCUITS
-such is Vanill. lBars, LeUmon, rTe. Miled,
i'alhce,- Mi',e, G;inier, Bio Bon. Pr iit, Eggs,, .-:' ..',er kin.:.4--fesh b> every
&c. .:c., &e.
East ,r -adway.
Haonilon, August lst, 8 2"

For Sale,

t flnrSiw t3**^.

THE Senior Commissariat Officer will re-
C:-ive Tenders, in duplicate. till noon on
The 25th August, 1882,
For the Building, of the HULL of a
Srew Steam LA 7TNCH
of 120 Indicated Horse Power.
Specification and Diawings can be seen
and Forms of Tender obtained at the Co ienua-
s 1i1i Qt Ofie', Hainilton. between the hours of
10 a.m. and 2 p.m., daily.
The right of rejection oi any or all of the
tenders is reserved, and tenders will remain
binding on the Tenderer9 for 4 months after
A. C. (.,
8. c. O.
Hamiltou, '28th Judy, 1832. J

Estate of Mary Burrows.

ROWS, late oi Southampton Parislh in
the Islands of ilermuda. Widow, deceased, was
proved in common forr on Thursday the
20th dlay of July instant: THIS is TO
aGIV. NoTICE to all Persons having CLAIMS
naainst the Estate of the -sid Mary Burrows,
that. they are hereby required to forward par-
ticularsof such Clims, in writing, to me, for
teuCUtr of the sail Will, on rr before
THIURSDqY the 25th day of.du-
gust next,
after which date the Executor shall be at liberty
Lo d;stijbute the assets of the said Mary Bur-
rows, or any part thereof, having regard to the
Claims of which he then has notice, and will not
he li:aile for the asset. or any part thereof so dis-
tribute. to any Per.sun of whose Claim the Ex-
ecnto.r, or I onl his behalf, shall not have had
notitie at the time of .'istribltion of thie said
assets or any part thereolf.
.4 ttfrne, foi the Execultor.
Hartiltion, Bernminla, 24th July, 1882.
(IRILD'S Jewelry S tore is Head Quarters
,tor Waltham 'Watches in gold or silver


Th? well-built :wlt fast cedar
facht A(aid,
(Late 'Adela.') 2-30 rons,with Sails, &e., complete,
including Storm Jib and bran new Spanker, Boat
Hook, Grapnel aund Rops.
'rThe Boat has ihut been Painted, Varnished aud
pat in.good condition. I'rice, 30.

.4 % % UBi 0,, D h 1G i !il U1", complete,
In good order. with Lamps. i with Sculls. &e and in good order. Prica. 15.
Apply to The Property of the Rev. R, 0. YE&RSLEY.
St. George's. August 7, 1S2'.--' Dr. OGILVY,
.r.. ....... Eagle's Nest.
Re oval of Barbering Pembroke, July24, l -t
Establishment TIME IS MONEY.
From Queen to Front Street, Up- i CHILD can supply you with a reliable Clock
'ai'n Ocer t o. 47. F J from S/ to 5. All Warranted.
!pHE Undersigned in thanking; .
a- the Paulic and lte Inhabitants generally Fo Sale,
for the liberal patronage they have exte.uledtl A FIRST CLASS
ttuaards hmn, hopes biy strict attention to Busi-i PAN A H I HNE
ne- at his NEW ES'IABlSlt.MENT, Frout S U1 E H IN
streett U'pstaits oer No. 17, to merit, a con- A COMPLETE. Price only .
tinuance of sanme. ACOMPLE,
FREDERICK J, JAMES. .Diameter of Drum 15 inches.
Hamilttn, July I.t, sn t. Apply to
B e r I 1id ( a I e e, Qaeen Street, Auction Room, I
M e o P re R Wte 6th August, IS82. )
Made from Pure Rain Water. 6hAgs,82-

i Lime! Lime Lime !!!
C'nn be used under .all circumstances without tlhe
.... t ... .. i .. ,

Jaller e laiaitei ;in U all il[otiedI c winch lu
most. cass affle t the system in the saat mail. E burnt with Cedar Wood
,wr as a chan,)4, in drinki._u water, L and Coal, can be purchased at the Kiln
The Subscriber is now prepared to furnish lee in this Town from one bushel to 25 at 9d.;
it Dqpot, Burniab'" 't.eot. from 6 a.m. daily, for all oide'rs over 25, special arrangementscan
and delivered in Hiamilton anid Vicinity floin B be wmde.
a,m. to 12 o'clocl:-Sundays excepted. Ou application at IRoval Gzette" Office,
Price Half Pettny per pound. lamiltou, May 15th, lIS3-
This being a home industry I respectfully ask -.
a countinu'ace of the Public patronage. ^= Arraugemenla for delivery to any part
THOS. JM1LES. of the Island can also he made.
Hamriltoin, lMay l 5, 2. FOr Rent

S ottago'e to Let A .T
In Cedar Avenue. I-- n the Town of Hamilton.
Possi stloni given on Ist July. Possessi>n given lIlth of August.
F.)r furi.e," particulars apply to Apply to
Hanilhori, June IS, 1[8'3. Hamiltou, July 2-1, 1882.

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LIminriC A- il;. 9'.--T'-? Poli'-.e iii l .:Sc lrUs.' ri :
of th-v int v-it-w etLe.i-eQ., the County Inspector
i1 (i thei Cl:u.i'l- de;,Lttit.T, in wbIlichI the former
ac-knriwled.-.ed lih't the elh-im of th;- mnu were.
jn-viil i...-, but i-:*'orot.i nd,:-1 thmc to keepn with
thi:- l,r:d ij ir- i 0 th f,., et, t .le r.iraph,: ye.mser.'l.,-
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the oi V-ri inmit I ,hie ,di i-dti.- u of' the .overi--
meut i-s uufav .raible, they hiriv i-,'.,h -d to r.:-igta
in a bcdy. t-Ipih-s it th, s -ir,. arrivinu-
tomi all pnrt-' of the c',omi t).-d'ay apriviun tl.e
r,.-.l'e aid '.horvtiiR the men t.:-u t-: -.l firan.
Cour, mAnz 9.- -The pA-i.e he u re pudiatLe th;
imlpiit I.lin th:ir Fejiaiuimsin I in any way i:.-unect-d
v.-ilh ttit irt- n i u f. iu>n i iUr f-ic .cl-v1, p'ty. At
a nmeetim:.. t.v-..ay the fC.llwii-.i te-.:.hl ti..u, which
w,- approve. b b- ithe- Liwme!i-:k aid el ve'.t--li meun
I;an aduptel: "- Hai-iu, seo, with iurlyi.e 'ud
dli--ust, a cAluinuOiy Ce'- upon our loyhvlty by thie
iin-, u tio:,n th.It wie arei in e..lliiuiotu with Feni-tins,
we do-ire to iark eour -:ue of it.-, ultir falsity b?
withdrawini ii' tfI.)i urth.:r -azitatioi, in .1 r-.y oI u i
speedy idioe-i oi ouir -vrievanceis
D)rOELIN., .Au. who was ye-Ster--
-1,i- cimuo i. trvi. 1-d f :. atUempt to kill tith Rc'ord-r of
DI.4lini, rW ti--i';y sr.i.n ei-d to Hiie years' pnial
terv- tidlv I:.- P--.. ..e I Ju.ii-4e L:.v-,ion t p.istp.:,ue
the e uNr.Wu imntil 'ie cI.tli h vwe- furih r le.: ai i-.A
S it.e Tile- Jim l- e i,.'ei- anv '. lit li.:- .%% t' H peir t.i
-,a:i.: ni .y. : d lwa ou llr:, border of it.s nity. biut
quite r' r-i tshe. fortl hi. :i.'tiioni
A n-.'c-tint if mSupport-:tz u .f ,h. i O Ibor movernm:t. ,i",-_ D- .ill..., W .- .-l.tld ye-tlerday,, -,.. .l :1
p1 .,vi-i.:in:e! cilimitt,..- T las forim e-i, v h viv Vlm-.-, t,
til:- e-l.:ti- u ..f a p- t- ae'r ex.-i.: iirve for a. i.,;-'
Iiihi L l.,nei au-, Iui.:-itri-il U tion.,
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h t.,- app ,,: j _'iy ..' ,.-- t ui- ,.' \- i 'n. a '-i.,i ti e-
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.-mi>.r n ..- i to .i .i i n r l ie i i. -> :' t iv.. lli l *
:., .- quean .. ri-i i -p:, ..!b.l-."
LO ND *:. A u. l''.- 1.- t !-.< '. t'..,t. l- A IL
'it -i lue-e i,-' of Pe:.-r. ., ar w i:.i ir t-t i-
fojrd N d -h,' oti W. tiiltr- u t it I. ,lI'- lie1l to l'-.I'-i.
dimo the f-,-t aiat.i ed ,r u' ti tIe A-N r-.,ii t 'Tb -
V 'i,'v iii.,,'l-ri ue..,t t .,T ri4 .t '. ttii(!iti *.i-i :'i i' 'r-
ili n ieUt ''ill n ua !t t 2 ti .l I -l.,-r if,.t
Te.-\ci .i, (Clhi. S:c-t iry t I. i-r : int.. ill y.' to
Irit X t- COc-r i'.W to i.iinailt s:v r."l i ",'i L:

I'5i.-' OC ra.ii i i el rt iu;n: ut, I-.,, H ui .vi.. O '
Ruth, No. 1 .: of ti'he l. U. 0.:,f F., w ,hic.h ha
Iv,,:i a xi:,,vt-ii- !.:...k-.-1 fuor. -!. i :.u ln he eva in
c-f 'Tu--.:y I -t, ..i ti,.? O:M -i'-'..w H",l. Ar-
r Ci'.,-,eleut. i,:I L.i ,11.t-: ,e f:L'7(- Ii ,,t, tr. io..-'l ie o l th,
HL.o -.. ntt 1 ou tl iite ;uv .-nt .:i -. .r, a id r.: r -imh eut.-i.
",. :.". the ,tr. ,.' floor. T h1 .-i"i.i ri,2 .uth w':;e
:i ti,:I .out .:id .r..t t ;i. ,i:pro, ..! u- ,-:ii t i. T i.:
: r:;r. h ..i- ut t.'.. -- ,>,.- t i. -,o.a c' -: .r,:1 f th,-Ar
S.,L .-ui .- tihm : .'v.. lt t ,ii>t f. i _.tilb. not l ticeip ittn.

Lolit' f-'e th: h',ai' t .1 aimnittue.--, t i l::-:

D ,).,,L' ', "n~a.,:teo ., ...:' ..,-i_ e>. t.:, aPdu i thu nm,
,L i i..', tr.- it it--'; it.- i.t erw 1.- t i'.-
,U 1 '. "v,.,' '._.., ,'; M i, v ic :.t,:' .e., th : p r -: '-
U,:.u,.otu t,) "w: il
L '' ) -iii ,r t l,'.-eit lP!l t r 'm ,r,.d iu liv th.t ?,Ii'~c
---l'r.:.i h A- udri uh-d' i .t. .. ou.i tiin? o iro.
A. tIv l!t tt't r,;t-. : i a: ':. el-:, t v.. i. --, v' e.' ,..:v.i
-a it 'were iu he dt t. ..:'t:- _inu.-; t..- -" H 'i i-:it
Homii-" litni, \-ie- al1 eiv e- .v-:r- tt',ieil towairdsd
;'iido ir, eCrtc riit ..inxti.i. t ..-it.ih tli. lir-s :hmp-ie .
;uld.utnly th..- d-eo-r w.: triii'uV.u open u l the p1 .-"
t .ra.l'Un utei e 1 et cI 11 t ut li.' i iu;i: oril-i-" .
P. N., Fath es o .Alex. L.,.1 .',
W ,, t ,w *. b.:e.; wit it. tt,
,e Vithy [ .i-it "i. h Bat.:.u.
o" .L- r'mT th '..t i '\ M ,r.t.ecr Tw ih 'hart, ':..--
V e_ i ,'ith I itt r,
.- tIti':r t :L-It.ti:v? two aut.1 two ati.i,.-.,t,
-', imiit r u, f-me"i .t-if't-',

'-,,'. P re l .,i.t vith 1, i:.' ou Cuav'i. n,
'". ..-e.. ...: N.. G .-u. V., ',t T ur-:r.,
L 1.; J i ii.. i,. j-Lth e,, ZI Na. GO-.,rn. with
.'w-i, ( oR J. :'t,-\w r Iith ."nd,
i S. Sr,,,cat.r ,,'ti ",i, ?,i. N Go \".. with: !.,-,-
i. : .- .ri l .ih '.a.,t J
'*. '.',np ..riie :, ,th M ai +e,
.V 8 p'., with I :,eptr., 'j. W '..a erior wiki
,-..i, 1 7. V,'. S ., -:t 4.? 't e,
;".' w,-.?rthv- ,.p."i,:r-,
tw :> a ,.l t-0o.
A fr.ia aR it:.ti. pr-..., :a:,de of tho HI ll. e..
i,, _, C ?u n:.-,it,:,i d u. he opeLWun c .-.,, .s:-? = ,,1 ,hl -
. d- C- yv 1 >n i'intoal F. the w: AI e iA A:', :-i,:,r I'. i ,I.-
._ 1., .',. T (1'. :=.a.T A-:'a ,. ",'r. uat th 'oa .h
.... -. ': ,'.: .:.- O .- th i siuu I

* ]I:. Il h ; .a. ,i l-, i[, : i 1'y '" -i:'' *l'.. l
:.,u Pu : ..p.
li-.. -yn -' A h:War e t.l 'p Y '.Y o tn- ] "'
pitai: ,.,,u i T; 1 t,:,.-d y," 12 2 An.:.-ut if.:i.ii:ra)
eNCrA irun. Then a ,prom.i.di e w:'.t made, ilteri

whi.:.i .i A,.L'- .- ..t-, L, -I .at ltai-, P. W .-..
IIv:'. Bl-t I t Ti.- th: t bh~ ..:;- h.nts in
.""r : .u," ,.-..- ; ;oll.>.v,-, v .11 ,
1'" P, ... A 9 P.. .,, P I'-^.C ,'.e., :-u Ad_. e-f ,y
:;'-i r L ., I ', i i ith, P W : .
T i. i tl : itu:i *.".. 't joi n p u : i ,in ; th: foielt. -
i t : L ,' ': 2 :
.'!,:.,: t <.1.1 F ri-u li :I *-. P '.D
T h'_ -,: -w h yi v :.,. v.,i- v..i n, _.-. -
'i- i '.-.'-. u- it i -I: th l i ty ...
.An' t,-.,!: .. i .1- i:.r 1 ,,v -, .thi v ,. :' .
.* ," t e !,_.r: in .... iu ..'..... .- ,.ud .r.-: e,
"1 ..,i in the i.-.. v trv.: ih :- c t 1- '.
-'. i!!: h.4 v." ttI, iv 1in to the ilU :ul,-,.l '-l.'.
ti.t thi:e r u.rI .-- liCe :.-n in the:- w,..- ti- ,: lrt-; LWe -,:
V' hil .. ;ll f v.' ill 1 e...-" t. l i'. .,r,
.'l .i i.- ', 'r on ( ,i .r i 'it o i,) e.ii
L .-iv: t'- v live n tlhe L tiellci' Well WO
A lu 'l-:,i t .r'd nii- iih th 3;' ,l ,',! th.t ) Ile

IVi.h Iv,, -nn_' :.ith .itpath-o..
.\ t.:. ti -t' :u- .:f '** ; u ; "H ,. /'
I- : Al x.iu.1i rih ID -u I, thc- L 1.. .:-,'iiin iI-.:1 1U
tli p ,,l, Je 4' lt H .-i- .,! i : l. .
Tih- H 1.--.-ii ,:l .t Ruth .,minp.:1d ,':,All of th-.
vI :-. S .i-t- .t, Dti .-.hter ..uii i W i.-1v- .1 i'I.,tvlv :.
Of T-hi.i- i!-,v' T' ..- ,i.:- ,,n I.-y th- it--rt a.
w' t, I~ l, piul: .ek-ti-, i.,uk w' ,i b-iii. piuk
I. wri..t ,1 ii1t ..s, w iLlte rle-,i .: )p witi pink
.,,,', n;iiL whit, o l.:.v1.e The '. -li. of juni-r
i,.: nl.t i, iv.i b -.'Ihte .l iu ,n .ke -I ri e!iat 1 ii h '- i"n.
.i :-r '., r i.1 .l ,1, u l uk l.e,- tt. '.hb-.:,i,.er,- th-
.- 1 witi 4 ri'l v- tuv Prib:it I> l;Ti..-I piurple
b :ti vk.- ti uim -l ith iat. i- b.,r, .1, -ix .'il
,: l.v ii.1i v r .1 ni.t-, ot 1l. k '.. ... tt w t'h ;- ..l, t -
at t athe p,.:x.
Ev.ry l,.-.r:v.'u v'l, -;ru,. .-tn tbhe pre,' :- ion pro-
lvv.'u.. I i tith!- i li ,!:-.t ti .t .A-.. hl 1 ?,',1 i .I-MLI -
Li.-itV..L with O )j -i- !iof-w .,l f,.r v Gii e. i..n: y
1i 1 P, Iillimt-. !ut i r" ti. th.: o,:. :-.:i ,
n-.1 the l.-ut' ,ii. i e uiint ih.w-e t kenw v.-ith them
tl.. v-orJds- ot tbh. Ir-,t 1-4 e -.-..r, viz., '" That -.. l:I 'f
a, 1-,,:,u r.:.u.iius or IM.:-Lm..ry h..1,1 h ,r Thr-one ve-
h .l ev ..r l .:k i:, k w-ith p 'l 1.u ',L V v : ti v:i:riu to)
ti t .: ,i : -:! '- '

Fv..,ar B.Prnparl .. -- ptain DTar.ell of tii ::.iihr.
1.V.. ..n 'V. .lu --liv l-t tr.c-o a la. -', k in.dly
h.I -.i. .t- fi.:-1 of ,.hi t I lan-l piap.:- .-of the 21th
ulti ;,.
Th.-l p.ipi -v .ire ill.- 1 p u iiv- I.-.v ,1 m in tt r,
if v. ,-:.. pt t.:,t r .,.,..u ...- t., the ..'rv .:>.e.d t-! -
'. in .._ .u iii' t i I:ali'.-A, N. S vii B :r-
rit 1 i. -. tiiiin '"-- itrudvie. v v.iite : H :.-i-e
,_* A.:-ei.i y i prii vin.- of thi e t .:he me .,. .l:,i4 l..y
the -.ei. ,L'i f,.,' ,.-t:tblirhiu _- t.-le.-ai v h i.: ... rnm u-
i.-. ti. .- 1 -w: :- B itih Guiiti .a, 1 vii- i-..s aind U r W e-t tli., I-l .1iui.. to ,Or-.'t Brit liu vii Bev -
iiuli aii. I-:Tlit.,s, ,.l t- tli'i His Ex...ll-a :-y the
Gr-.,vt ui r ii 1 .:- rt'ill"y rti.tu.i-t.: 1 i ...... .iiiii -: it.-
ihe t, th? 'Ri.-ht H.,a the .'-r.;v-r:.vry of State
t..r thie C..loies."
In D-. n-.-r Ir.- a reiol'uti.- -v 1i b -u iltid i.vleill
nl:o tlhl: C, C':ot e ti- aut :.:inis tlie suin of
S'.l.'1 ., l,0 , th : _oultr'itv tit.,ii of tU it i<'.,loi V t.., r-
tal iilh i-le-_r.i-,-hl i.: ,.,vunu in.i ti,,u with Eu,-:lauJ
'i. Bi.rniudfi, .-:.

T N iv e !*,T w ,To .. .' 'v,..,. .'. July 21, \l2 2,
:.', th, i.,-. i:L', ,. I-t "-1 !in':t..j Jul- '' 2 :-2
S "()n t I,-. A utl.ny' t1i I.:-',' ittv-:-e 1: F..,r--
S i. I1-.:- tti w' i L tru .. t-u t i1 :"e iu iiit., th.C:' x-
'':'. u' y of Ir'-, i! : 1 :i.-'! iaph ,: i',i, laid b1 etw -eu
B- ;mnuilil i n, i,'v.e v :i ur L. t p.Ait iu thle 'uited
-st. ..r 1h. : i!.:- .u l ..r i:e iu -*iviilg
ih ti- .e -4:t iirri..- i. ti-he v : -'..rk H. '.'./,
:f -i lv ', Y .e PliT i ut .,rizLu- t th: -B -

r ll. 1',t f t --. i i. I -.. ii- iL L iir...II ..!u tiu
;i t. t...- t u I.. T 2": p -,.. i'.:. i" ii 'e.u v .- t'i,: ,t':-r

'i .- -l l.: .:i, ..:.. t i T r u. ,-! ,-II. 1. 7 W. ..1 -,.lu
_',,.-ri!" .J ;.:. i t .:- .tz,:,r.. ,. a;n, t':. ,..Th'i-: -r ia l:r, ,t
i i iiu t r *'i I it L.,i t l..-r lii i T :- i.:Id yN -tt-wi
v '-f N ,:-. i. i Lt' lt ir ,.,v'- 1 .i Obhi. 'ri,.- t i i T 1 ', -
JI-y Ce 12. 1ii- -i:. i .! .ri:- l '-I .l jo ...i uLt :,.-;tio,:,S
Ait -C.-.i Lt: r'iia l :.l it: oa th i ,I; ili.I l. w. A'-
l e-t j- .1 iiI_.:-l. o te: W.Ie .ir :i l ie i : B ... ,nu,
T.-hil.:- t! th I t-l t, i .e :ini-v N i:..-Ik.''

,','F:f'. : '..,r l! L .t;;i.L Atu I *rr-I.ij w [. t .:. ',n
F ,j;T: V xir t Wl,. iYYV l'i 'E' :r OEtf'PUI,2o

D t ;t E .j ,.- '.. .'.!'. J .t.' :,': '-,i.
D.i. Tir E.t-iron.- DI. -u. t'_ei-. -11 y ot y)ar
e-, .er. -.-i!l li-..e ph: t-..d '.-, I,.e r w h it .' :.i -, ,,
P. ::. ..i t.: ui; h i iu-:. t h.- Irtii s. th,:. ltt t :-w
k.iv. I i .ir it- :. ;iy l.e -t ,.ui:-.l',v. i th nii,.h-
,.n 't 1 .... i-lutri to .i..t tht .-t untr' -'v:- t l. .%i.-i-

t,: -r: I f I : i ,i .:. :- :.I'i ia l.e ;- I... fie e1Ut
L I.1.',-it r tb e i- ;. .it : 1p tit: w [
[l-..-l.-!1 L. i-." l, t; ...'" o;' .e./".:t ':r. : ,,:' ,r n t, t,

". I ,.'* fl, N .. Ifa l.l i t.. *C--. I,,I, ti :ily

ioime, It .t I:,t i r-: I v t' .J[l t ) oi'l: -
,-,i : .tv tic _t.- h bv u,-.:y V- -ii .1 *iii l.viilt t %J uv ,
N .:- Y" tt., .., liuit in.:.--:v ,.:.i 'h; 1 tI:- to.. k.,
ir ihiLi-t. I enu. i. 1.--: u t in -'.-t v tl-it "Inv

fit.:' ,O .' .-it.:-i. -,vi[l,.. i v ,..., oth:r -. (0 "ui-
l-u.[-. r. i':,j;.'i vt .- v mi.)p (' it.i-ip ,uy .:. ,l iijbly
'ta t kiui' ..- i i : u.i ..:1 J v ..i ,i -t :-icii h i'.'? O :E ;j:lt-.. 'i v-.t. tm'-, built e, vp.,:i idy tL.
.4iait o'ir e.Vqiit-. witlh .ill i0',1,-.ii :iiitlvim',i) ir at., .atU.
tan -it',-:i" r :t e 1i:-r .:, v v.n:'..'l -," ii, h o(il r f ,i';:'lht
nt'.:ii!O:e;v .I 10 -y h,- i-. -.!pi -3J ,'iuriu-o ciop .-itoui .
B1 ,' ::itvX ui' l ae i'.,.t l tli l,'t.i:,,r tih? e:,.':Iutr'y, Ivy
1,.t..Laz *ii-i. that detl irv : i tki-.:.t juit.' C---, in thie
Co mpf i y t..i *Ii :,9 ; "..--:. ,: !e..:av ha 'y ':.;-,: oi opp.:,i-
t:.L.,.i I; i- d.i:d -.v l .,nv whiiy Ch,_li.l iii-: Peoi:-!e'
F.-itt ,. v:t. ,,I .- m .i lIv,..':." th.ill t .,: vi i,,,. .. : th'.i t i'
me Il;i, i..i.-i. ii- the ir: i it lat,,. tlh i ship i --i ,
...iy.i'ht chi. p. ,.en t'he ..- .:ks- -an at, a e.*:: .:,-an i\ln
work wa- ul-a.ic : but I..k at thi .treat .,.l iut..:-:.
that or il!. niiar .nl-:t,: to unv e...untry. To mitke
the tiii' tov N-\t' Yalk inu is h-r&, iu o"mrdint:ry wea-
th:r, h.iviu::' t') i .p., It,/ ',.'.. '21" h.p t titt-d toi
cArry l0-:i))irt-b :lati.4i ti.iu p i-,.eun ..s,,it l.-:-.u t, tit:- 0.
h.-,-,.:,: ,. ,in ;i, 'i.le i I, v..,_ i:, ii ,'. lihave the
c"f I e' ta m tr'iL to t'f't, ith f. .tt:h ft.'i and nitc:.,l
a.itl t.'*. :air t :.':ht <.,.i! litlct-.ntti. ,:u.- on ,:1':h r,i:.
ofi ihe -hip. f'.i- th ii piipvc ,"f briuL-ina' ,i melt-,
un,.l .rrvicnr i.,ur ,.uitt-:r- iut. i.1.L of fruits, whih ii

I.i..Iil, toi l:..-: iine -i li'-Sn exnori. iu the ..oi-ure of a
little t ime, : na.l her drift of water lft. 3in. le--
thlil U, ;indI tiui-.;u:' l iu.i nIeroir is oti-her idvian-
t'e, s3, that iN -, tly n.ed.-dJ, u-.1 would be the
i :,:n: -.,f huildiu t ui.p 1.'.- ,uiatry av':a.i .lw y. :.t
is t.. :.- hoped th.:.i L,- i .- :itui ie willi '- iut
. ,. Z.l. ui.:,i 1 "' fI-r a it ,:.t i -?vf V .- to o li:,e toy-
Cm. ;.v.iny tL 1, : wt .;: .v: .al. lli,!i.l :,.-eu ii the pire-.
sceut :.,,.t v-,.,u! i. ii---e..:- t i. n;,u fo_,r ,i1.110 p.:irannu ie.
w e- ,.Oiel ll t tlt' :';I-`t I.;:_ it.r, i3 h,-.- e rt ue..' ,
c-utir':-iy _ut oi 12? ., v:uutry-, ih.vul to the -uentra'y.
i'.fe' *n..r meW '.ir l}.,iv."r :.,nim -.'.i wotld i.e b'i>)v'j
c'j-t ovin th ,:-.iunitry, ,ind by -ivii. ou' C..mptu;
.- iib.n..l .iibl idv, it ,voi i .i- the l:m etnu- , re.'lu
:iir :it.:- o,~ p -- sa ',-: '. f'.,i i.'t 'i : tn-e N -, Y,,_k, .-u.i
tht !- wh..t ouir ;:.I,., ; v. ..tly.v..: --. h...ep p-'..'-
.r:-..; -- 3 ,,.n lirl..t Le i- m.' i:i:iu, av d o:U peoi ;;i-
:.,.:,l 1a ^. '1: w ,u:.i l: .u .i rh .r h-- -i; .ex "
; in l '.I- -- to th a t.i .-- : !d i :, t. .:
" : -i ., ;..i v ,.. ,_*- i' yv- .c. f, i -'., -'. 1 .
*',*- :,.1 ; ,- i .. c.ii Ct.,.i i.'auy 'i.--tLl i-.ue e -. u.'
-v-eu'n aiul pul.h-lh ..ell:i iu ihe t pltlaCipal c-tin.
of .LUutriea, tle great advantag.-:a uar Bermuda

I lis eo'uldl fllui-.,-l, aind loavini between deckst it-
t,-. 1 witth 1.-.,:, we-,al.,l .-il,-u lar-Ce numbera of
ri-it,.r .nm .. i '-c u ais w7-!l ;,, viviiu our Own
p. .-,-,!,!, little, ,:x, .ur ,-in ab .:e .. W hhat weo will
' ,." nrn.n. hi:.t l, ni..-ly fiizeiih d : ayl
S,' u- > -..t, au.i. i -thyr i.r:' I' Iamilto:u, aud.l one.
i t. S. i-. -.r St i I, liInd, and havinL-Z
' .!:.- T .V...t..n 1.thiu'_, eo i'tbli-bhii:ntt bailt
I .-L -..' Oit *ur 1..1- a 1.i l l e'.-hes-, aold so111n enall
wv.o- iu :.:. J t ,! .-. u ,il.-t of ottr little In-
! Ii.,, ,'l i.:0ti u 1 ,: to 'iiKh trjaveil.r- v with small
h l:' .' l, .t-. If thli w- s '...ue it wCouildie:' a great
,itli.-e l.:lt t.:, tl. TekI-rs ar_, il would -he? thi n e'111tu
. i' l wini ...-i ,i!:.. ir anounit- :of i.uCey put in
ii',ilu-jtiu iun ..Iur -cIouut. Beritiuda .eing eitu-
zit.-.l ,s l:.ini otf N,-w Yo-rk and a v--ry
i..i l'hiiv I liim::t-, wh;v. c, n i t u.1 lerel b'e t:,e-elll?d
iu aiv .'irt i..t th,. w':vil-. Th..n its adivautages flo
fi-liij:~ :,id i.ithliun-I h.u:o boen to a nmunber :f
thel 1 1:.,1:.1 i Ln Ami:-ri. but :z.: u101 t. Oul',
i. 11 ,- i;( .-., el-'uP int tri.mi ient. Ou.r l rb t
,i!,.i I.:- niu,,; l -.rith irnl-, by ia portinu of tho
l-ip c.;mr.l:,.--d ,,n b.,'ird in i.:-isnre hnars, lby givingg
Slit-le t xtra p,:l y, u1A vI wuill. 1v- t l ii' in,- of iu-
lu 'n. !.a : travel of pn---an'Aris, th.- inome as-i.
,onei1 in l-tl i-r il .-.:,: Ii iy ile s ,.e tLouight to
I:.'-. -i'.:,bi.r., I l:n.wi- vi.-u wil! fi.-give eie, 'Nhe-
u co ,i' Ael th-.c I .in in-erely o:fring tlhe- e .'1-
.,-. ,iLiS ,( ii t i 'iil S -S iii iti.:n.

I'HIL.DLPHIA. Pa.I., July 1:-.--Tlhe Jcord will
pabliih au rrti:l tv:m-nrrovi minto in.g giving fen-
erai Grantii'.oi:.ijic-n on the E.ti toi quisiistou, which
i', ;u offeet, that h,-siJ.s with Euatland in the cou-
tr.ov-er". H,, --iy. t that e pe-ople .:of Egypt are
te tiimeb rv-c ,oefi tha tEle ne'o1'.i t of the Soutli.
and he? beii'vei tbhit i. Eu-lith protecturate would
hIlp to dv',,lop the i.s.rr.JUrces of the country and
im priore the r .lit!)u ] it. p ,.iple.

M,:,n.,-b.u<,r ''erlin.:-, tfor y,.ar's senior Rolnau
('h!tl':,!i? C'Ih'p"!ai.ii :ot the F. :,rev-a at M lta, wa,,
yesterday c,:>,.... :'at..t Pbi,-op :of Pvrt-nimotth, which
wa,- crea.t.,l iuti a .'-- ...f th- Ra:rinu Church on its
-1O1n-liviion fr-.:mi S .utiwiark I1y a recent re'cnript of
P.'p- L.---: XI [1. The -i,: a-i.-- t.ook place :at the Pro-
C '.ithdliai, K,-n-ii.tu., tand the e...nise,-ratiug pre-
I it,:- w.iv C.u [-inniu-:, who was as-isted by
Bi-h.p. Va,i.1:tn. f S. ilfd...1. '.1l D i. Weathers,
Bi'hv p eof Aimyv:l Th.:'re Wa.,, a lIrg coungreantion
p,.,- -ut, iu,:1tlinr- sover.d el riial aun milit:iy
fi'rieu-di f Dr'. V.-i tue.
Tue:- R v. '. J. Evai..hi. Iv.lio hb1 i-eern Ar,:-hilea-
,',i f ALti'bi,"i fmi l' tli, l.-t thre.-eV y(:'ls, wa- yester-
.1Iy c.:->,v: .'Ite-1, Bi. p-C 'oaliiitomri'ofA ,Autigua. The
I -rmiv.o:.iiy t,:uk ,pli.c- in, the i hapiil at Lanilbeth
Pi:,,e'. n.u1 the Bi-hivls tokiutg part in the service
w, the i.f C'aute-rbiry, the Bishops of
L:i-ndo.. R h...-t-er, Autizu-i anil Barbado-i, and
th:. ,:-Bi--1p i.f the na,,t-n-'m.t-1 ee. Bishop Mit-
,liu.r,,n vi.,at .ihd tl,-- sermon. The oftertory was
iu aid of ith.- funad- ,.f the Dic:.-ee, of Antigi..

?e A. Suoppienirit. of Five Col-
Iutmnis acc-imL.'Ii.:.i i-h thi-. issi- : ofi the "" gazettee :"
it comntain- t'!,. p:eetding ,-itf the Honorable
tli.- I e.'. I C',Coinci-l on the 1 th inst. ; the
proe elinl,' .4 tih, imoinorabtle house of As-
si-mblv !on the l lth n-. 1-4th instMant; Address
of the- Nonc-,.nfotuiirnl i.[inistirs in Bermuda;
Peititon to tlhe LEc-ilature on the subject, of
Steami C:ioiniuniih.atiou with N-w TuYork, by the
No.I-.OitrImi, It .Iini ts f '..' ihe Episcopalian
Burial 0roun g ti..'u o n for their
use ; -_-.ot-.- n -te Lshi- ; foi-s4-TrooF, f-o.
Egypj Utl.- u on the Nile.

BIRTH, a.t Th.:- Auv:Tric -Sarato.i Springs,
U. i. A .u the 7th iustaut, Mrs. G A. F:.ruhinm,
,.,i :) D- \i,>l'"'i:.
...... Jv I ilth. at Lauitou L'od-g. Abin-.don,
B. rk'. th- I Wirt f C.(qtaiu M 31. ',. Ft-sting,
lait:. 2-1it RP t ,ncf Daut u)i mm.

IARRFIED, el. St .Tam -"' Church, Somerset, by
tli. Rev. B.:.-*- M,.hIt, :.u the 20th JLily, CBnaoRlt
i-t iC, .Tt E., : -.:,,ni tovu of Mr. Charles Hairis,
t,) H.-I.-iL-Tr EIuz.Ari;. third daughter of Mr.
.Joh:n sni ith, .-'.. r- t.
......, ,tt H.:,Il' Trinity ('hiei'cih, H'auilton Par-
il on th.l" iOth i-_i-f., by til- Rev. (-George Tucker,
R:et, .. IMr. TrATi.nni-E .' HO')U-iS, to MAT.LDA,
yotvui i .t -t .i. .h.vr vf the l\te ,Tv:hn C. Davis, Esj.
..... .. uin rol:.,u. New York, on the 16th
Jiuly. .,r t,:. R--.,1. Ar.-hill.ld M-C.Culla'-h. SA.E:r.l,
W,'.I (4::ir_. an-i.'rf B r-Pn n.l. to Emriy A. BrLA.iHAN,
ei--i,:--.av:'.1ite v (v..:,i..n,-v .Thu H. Hvatt, of P-eek-

DIED. at Bri,.:eti'n, B.', W. I., on Ju-
1i' -',ti of Diphi.h: ria, La'.: .IA. ,-it-. of J. Ed. In-e,
Evir., iand s.v'vuml ,.,u t.r ,: E. G. 'Clawsien,
P-er.. Hln bour t'M,...ter
... in W.irwn'-k.Sth iu;- .of whoopingecough,
2(._I _. L ji-: _, .villy t.lnau hi.r ,:, John FrederiM ',
*. 1 ".'i-" -T-"u. Ham-Y.TV lu-"h'nil, and.e l ilmouthi.

....... Jalv ;*th, t South.imptoU, in thie fotly-
ez.-l :v,:;a ,.f iii- n':--, A-i.t.itant C':,immi',ary Gen-
-i A x.s'-_-eEr DIr .K.-SON BrrxStrE, Ordnance Stoie
DIp.pi m-i.i- i retire .1i
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(. I. .. JAC4KSON

i! ,,, T 'u j 1'ct i5 t,, i) '.c i

O .r '.' :per. ; I i al !i a m i' llpy o i


v ti I' Ae Beri'niiiit,,, wishes
t i.s ,-i- o! r vein' fine RBay

*y il' br..d,

( .. I all .ii ii ,' n : dli believed to bt:

.'ipi i.eo ** 1 oy..I z','i-?" O ft'ie,
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iii:. in pi-" v,, ,,- t lc li.
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Fo; benefit of Ownf e, TTii.iitit- ..' ai'l 'l

We hmv '.:n hIn.iict.-. by C-(ipt. A! '-IA
BE T.. SP.:.1ia 1 1i.1. viit,- i A ,--i.t
i BPriti h PE ig 't. E l.'V'. -, i. -
k .,?/, t l : l
At Public Au-tion,

On TP I, e- ,ie?.
lh.inl,1t. :.t 12 o'.:1 k, J-[
S 77'The said rigl,-
'Ednia M. rv',,orv,
W ith all -r M :,t "i.-; ,i n lio.1 I s 'il tl'
Ma'.in,? "li[1 rt. (a-org."'-I. 6-:lM V,.-.J
stlluck on ti;: i' a y c S uth-w. t of th, a-
Islands, whilt 'n a V'y.:tg-- ir'ula D.iboiy, -'.,
to Montevideo, Souti' :lA1.m ':. i, .,1 *1.-. *1 1.1.l-
ed on ;'urvey amind E.tirtte.


Hanilton, Bermuda, l.',th .-g.t, -ls:?.

Notic e.

ALL Persons hari-inm CL id. n3,-tii't th,-
British Briti EDN' E'..OY."
IIENO6 N, MIastei. Are- il:4iusi-, t. r1 flnlc-
BILLS of aSttu in d.pli,: th' :,t our Oaki:- at
Hamilton, not 1 tl -ib I LI a, i !T]'...V 7.' -
DAY., 1611 ,In ),ft.
A 'eute,
Hamilton. Bermuda, 1
15th Aug., I'82. -

Lsj'' "g Wt-" ftU 4

At A L, i


17th Incfant,
01 BO W)?USnEL a ..vN Bl,.k OATes
11 Bl.B Extia'Pilot BIEAD ;
10 Bl.-. Extra Natv BREAD
6 Half Chests colony TEA
15 Boxes AssorteJ.i BI-,'C IT'rs
60 Gross Coib MATCHES
5 Boxes Gu1 L. -af TOBACCO
20 rupelior New York HA '7
6 Hlihd. English ALE
1 Lot PI'TUITRES, &e., &.. {
t-3 Bottl-,s r,- -. & White i.*-, S ED, L in ig
the B:alau'- .4 N. A. Coo:'., 's Yul 'ra .:i.n i
lu, yVear, which turneiii d out v,'y ;...u
10,. Y rdsl Aime.i .ri'n L:-:ttl_ ('+' CLO,'T-i, sil i ly
O1 U r oI' Nav'l t, ,i:k p.f.. L

5 Bls. Siip,.-rior COFFEE, bip:ipi ed .',ntraryl
to Ol'd..r.i
Andl iiany othec GOOD ", th will .; at ;
the ,a.
B. W. WALKERR & CO., )
U i O l,,'i. l'
E:Inmilt,.n, A-ug. 15, )??2.

For 'beeilt of t-ll bienOfe.ittII'd.

Jr THE AO, rn SI .DI,
Near the oyral Naval -Tanks,
0n S0t1 .VJ..Ti -)8i .
I llstant, t ln-.` a
IT e (oal 1ULK
" Hillegonda," ~i sl. nov,' li,- vw.ith .-bout !
1IO0to ns Ci "-litf 'COAL.
Auctiou :er,
St. G.eorgo's, I_?t.l, Aug., I ?t .

Coloni:r"'' cpy.

Fo ]?ent,

Those centrally % .ituatt."l P'einises
in the Town of Hamilton, inri;,.-,:l' occuliedi
as theI
.Met/iod.s/'f ,'chlool /
At present us,-.d as a Tenmiprnii,:..-- H 'll.
Pos -s1.ssion gi''en in -cmolII 3 j,... t.v
Further information to le hnl ,'t
Hamilton, August. 7, I..'S.--: 3p-


IMPORTERS tA St. Geoiges are moist re.
SlI- eclfuf ly il. uturve-ntly l(iqu,'st.-,d to- ,1 -
der that all' article- loi that port hiull b.
"ST i GR 'G
The Un'dersigiineI dielijine to bi- tieponsiblk-h
for as prompt hIllive-ry without as with that
1 TROl'T & 4-. .
Age-nts Q. S. (. Co.
Hamilton, 8th Aug., 18'A2.

Wanted Iminediately,

O n thd e '1 ate, iJ :. :i.'.i l u, l.,,i } ,.." r.'
( e..r,:'s r-, itr d.
Apply at the ('0!;..: oI i, Pj- r.
Auum 15, l.% -1- pi

Fo- Sale,:
1ip!,,j, 7,.

-hip J i. I ;C -..r .: ,1 d .
To ue t u .1 CO :-' .i ',.. t r: .
OUT17'efl, s i ;; 11 B OS.
Reid Sheet, Ai:uust i, 18-..*

I Notice.

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T ENDIJLS will ,e :.i.r c i lay t'i,- 1 ,-

Thursday, the 31st inst ,
v1 g,..'.,j:x v IDE.'t'va cud h-
Ti-nf''"r, 1,O. ti:ns ot '

B1a-. -I- Eru insw-k F -. T' t .
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DIt-tuis c tl- wv r.'rk e:, i.dr.l t'1 ) I .' d:'iI,-i-,
n,.-i,;:, lrknow-n onj al-_.,li,.atin.
u. T. .L} .S.
S tr-et ".' u nii tt.'-.
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H .,i,,iltol, I ith Au .: t IC ..

followed'itlh i,
[t is iiterl}pd to ,-,:ebr(ate th,:.- I h
in Becun'.'uh.
Oil Monday, Aiig-u't 21.
A t t li: i .h .i'i b ili t'-_ {', .,'v .
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i'ollowed with *je. mi ,e.! -iu ;.inu ;, -,itib'.,]<
t,'. the o.caw ion.
In the evening th,: _'..tiu,_. i l 1.ln at "* .
A number -of int'r'-.sti *.- '-

A9 r1-a: wra d .1 ;. Nv v V'be \; '. '
1. I.. '-l.'K i ,- also-. W ilhi- I:a .-i t. E '-.,
:' n.l, 'rst J. _H ,L't.- '' I f 'ht o Llt '1,i'
Can .& ; J. T. ,,-. rJ.' ;:, _.,;., ot ,-t. 7..1n,

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A C.UcJ tionh ;i iv i.t:( W.?.
HJaumiltoi,, k.xu'ltit ,
7--'- '

'T1 Ji E M.,-nLber: o0 thle Union "i'.ht li''.1 ia.'f
oWiimonWv nouy thr. ,n:
s- t.'L.u'1,:l fJ' ton., b.- l ,i,;.!fy t''>.'-' j .'.''[ ;
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Friday, the 25th i stui
Cou ilnel in i. 1t o1l1 'cl, :. i.' .i, in lh" fa.,-1
lowing Order, nvit. :-
1st RACE for the Club Chal'm-ng. ('u.,
2nd "' O-ii-n to all. ist (';.,:, Din"iia,
3rd Op.-u to :dll. 2nd CL.. Diii.:.[.
Entrance Fe,- i' u'l + i .toul.,s..i'r,'- .n ,4i
from each pert .,tnl hlii ;I B.,''.
All Boats t-' b:. euter,.:l by th'- 2n,'T I -u.ant.
Measurement by tonn-ige;-,
Boats to be mensu're-d at ther, Publie Wh!i 'f
(E-..-. SIt! ,9 ..1-, i'l'> knowl n in. t1j,- i.,y of I..ii..,*.
i ,'v fl.ntl r iafi.-mio -ti in riquir':-id p'I..a
a:p,.. y11 tE,
HO ....\' JOI

,:a .. retary.

Southampton, Aug. 14. l':-2.--i

For Sale,
At Low Rnte-s. for c.asli.
A im a ll C o i, ,i. ih ii ,n i ,' i .- .,', ., g

a 'A
TLI Hill hf.
ig ,
Br-ight M.scovalo 6c,. ..
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iialiui. N, -uT;,ss '> 1,. 1 .'- -'2 3


Hamil ton, Aug it 1 ..-. ---- l"
'T "i .:' .. ''

The Propriet.or of thi above Ho-
Lavling g>'hl:. ',, -, till 1'ti. l4,.,:' lIt',_r.' hz,:,

A [Pu i }i'iuiiI --
A, 'l'.':a tt.A!y 6i .!i.i i .1.. t ,al C t or th.-:' -:i "i.i
j v it r,:,'r.' 11.At
Rekid Stieet, Eaumiltou, August 14, 1&I:.

For Sale bv Teder,
B.- o-,rder of the *Mo. it r -nlr-,:,;.i l.

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4%irment S
-'- B aerial,

n i: v b: ar-- 1.! to arrive here about
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'..' : '-iil b for Sal,:
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L-"t.' Of' tUiLI.'lI:''D LETTLRR IN THE
i"::I' OFt '1iE' UAMiiLT'ON, 12th Augiust, 1:M-t.
ji..l.' .- A i'.IA ;. .i-., iLa ii 3ai J E Baunor,
Ir:- S '.y i..u.-.-':," ; ,3- r "' t iden t.'it ," Eliza-
*i'',U, L'i-. tli' !k,1 vr.uji!'. Eth DaIl, l'goi An-
t.i :. J *..' r. -i, ,s, J.-.tic, t riat, .Char!.:t Gordou,
:' G;'e ,.... a't' i-ari. i, 9-eo A iRttr'y., Alex
-,.f'. A Jone:, 1' r.,r L-I... J, AuioI lu .j ia. F W
Sa-!u.!, .:'. '; t m i'i." .I.nur el J Marchevll,
S,'a.r. ,, ', Adira Oiterbridge, Tieodoinan
Iu:_-'ttiA^ .c.,}, a,'.'i,-, i Ii," '" Au-,eyv P[i ke," A
; .' '. ," ll( : i toiw, C T 3Simulous, A.
.< li:b >... 'a',"i .-._ii 7' ,as &S.c' tz, Tb'-tu au W ell-
!'l.- {7, :a'E l'!:1 ; .',* ll" 't,+,

'CtI _A-;-:- L' i-_R IR N THE POST OF.
.1' -, i'. -." s- It A-.tgil r, I -T.
bt;'q', *D." .'." Liizi Flu',ii, Barqnoe 'Ga-
-,'n..' ?' K ,: i. i-rqiue ".ldo," W S iCL!,
L.;, Tae,-*, L*'" W!u MLtLIIn."







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11i A WV B IlR lR I I s
' pointers who iutenid g-'irowmi, Straw b.:rrh?
for market it i' rilme they comrnm:n1e:' prtelUiuazies.
Sirawber.ri.- w-iui a i..!, i i. i nirp :nil, .n:.t
wet) rather heavy, s,:il--no! auh. -iin liih ;anlv
-oil they grorw .-iourd.iy. a.nd. pr'du,'e lairg- I-av. ,
buit not iiu,?h finut. TTo l':-pare tlh-' g-iou:ul!
spread 12 hundredI wi.ight of ground bounc-s to -m
r:ie, bairr,:it ef 'fre'h bim.:, 4 ga;kilona ,t kr-Au.ene
oil, well nixed with the lhne. to th, .aie. Plough
as de,:p as tw-o hort or os.tcf ,An .-idr~ia the plough,
eivi-e the ruti:id as'-h is it j:, .::in tbe lit
for ihiuo-l[her ,. i:.tic.n. In I weoiks spreadd S hm_.
di..d .-,-ight f ground bouo and -I barrels of ihe:-
v:th two gil'.,P ot keroi-ene oil. well mTiixed tn-
.ether: lh.uIITow ..ud ii r., h}n ,,rli .v l1. Filt wI
iu 0 .-tobi-r ro-s ir-.i i : .'w .1 hit .lu .ild v.-i.-t .1
tliuari,, him rw, vlr.iw A .'-- ,ui d phlint.
*20 hinidr.d weight of BoneT........ ....10.001)
12 barrels of Lime......... ... 12..10)
i gallons of O il........ ........ .... .. 1.51.4
5 hundred weight of Guino......,..... .,)

GIheap LuInu king I coutidtier, auri oft good material.
The gu.itn,:, sown at the tim.: of pljuting u i I
quick in atio,,i will Iuild the finme work of the ,
plant and fruit: by thr time this is daue thle grouin
bone that was first eowau whi.h is -low in a.ti.,in
is now cool-od enoughi by the action ,if tlie diltier'-
ent t mAkc o, god ,.ibtautial planut-food, in-
rtludinu what the, lime has done, hich is not a lit-
tie. AlthouhI there is no ,liir-e plant-f.-od in t-he
lime itscll but there is indirectly hy deiomposiuin
vegetables ,,rg.uie matter into plant-f',,..l,, and lime
un also a,idii iusect exli-rminiat.i.r. li.i-
liran -leav-c undone iu this linf thli kero,,e,,ie vod
finished; uad thus la-:rz the ground of the g'ri-atest
enlieies the S.ti-iwl,Airis h,'ave. The food that h..
beeu getting re:iiy fi.,r ui i- now in *i state f-.r the,
plautn t lakf up and fill the cells or little bh'e thbit
are formed in the fruit, when these cells alre f ll
and e-pandoid to their tullst ex.t:.-r,--the- th.-- solar
heat ,the. Sun which i.c the congen.ial u,.hjc.-t o.f all
,eg'ut:.ition has a pe.uiliar inthinue in d;,i iing.n a.ill
thecrude mattei and wate-ry pprticle.s into ,ai' earin.
juice and piulp, whe-ther it hlie lruit-tulher, or bull,
and makinL it palatalble tor either man .-,r i.e:,t.
The seconil ippli.anti,.n of bouc and lime is going'
through the preparation to f-ed an! mature thu
crownsof the old plants for the n,.-zt cri.p arv will .i,-.
feeding the- -voung" plhniti, that are ti. make a .new
plj..aut;tin Thc-re t : 1:. thti:.. ..i.-es-sivc
plot-, or three' bLed- in ditfi.reut t..g-i The firtt
bed t. prolidnre three year, thiu.n to be l--,troytJ ;
the setunId d to be6- in tui l.iiodttlinug stage to
take its pla:'e ; the- third glowing and g-tting ready
to take the pl"r... of the s~euoud--d,:E:oVy ne !.,a
every jyar and maike a n;-v ,on. .vry year, and
have one iii full bearing stag. 1he fir.-t plant
produced from the par,.-ut plaut will produce a 1ill
crop the licit yaur; the second plant taken from
the parent ,f the p ame runner, n ill ot prodit.e .1a
tull Trop unItLi the second year, so that, there is
eaution- aand judgrmenu ne-'e.sary in taking up the
plants that are to be re-planted. I be;- to state
while I think of it that I am supposing that every
planter is making all the vegetable organi.: manure
that he poa-sibly can, while the artificial manure is
The kinds to plant is a difficult mattr to get at
to suit Bernnida-the shippingg quantities Ls the es-
sential point to:i vet at. It is a very e-.,euti3l parr
in my line of pursuit t.0 keep myself well pointed in
:-limatology, aeclhiiatory vnud, hut in
Lhis part, oi c.un r of Niture'. fr.. ks, a oeora..phical
abstu-dity all alone in the cohl without any rela-
ti,,usp, in th. iiddle ,.if the 0o: u, initrl.d with men
who-, worship i Ouinu.l, P.tat-itoe,-. and Tom:a-
tie' hr.I ghitn iy i mind a little r---t whiM-h it vet'r
mu.. h reed. i h.-ve liad .) c-all ou n. for either"
truit .hurul.s ,or trete, i-ither t-r utility ur devor.rtiiin,
Uip to the plk',:ver time. I -.;ould plant the follow-
in hinds, ('harit.v, Downiun, Mouarchl of the West,
C'imnimpion. Sh'-lt.s, Orient, Satin Glo.s-. Thiere
is not, and it i- i...' likely that tL'-re ever will be.
oue Stravwb~erry that everybody everywhere will
grow to the exeluior ot all othL..i.. A ueW years
ago it -eemed as it the Wil-on would be the iuiive'-
sal Stiawbeliny, bit u.\v it is Liarc)'-lv erver heard
of. A Strawberry that will uswer for cue ,:-:ti0in
of a country will not nswe r for otherhe. When I
have had ny doubts about anything' of the kind,
I have written to ny Floriv,t or Nursen'mn-u-s:.ud
me o 'nd so,: or1 what you think wiill .i-it su-..h and
such a part of ':mnada or Nova Scotia. I ha\e
always come out rilht ; you nie:-d not to be afraid
to trust rei,.ctal'l- Nur-er-m-ien: thev tre no mall
fnr, thy rig of the right kind of me-tal. I havo
bren ling for over 2 ) years on an d. off, directly
ouSl indirectly, with Messrs. P.:-rte Henderon &, Co ,
Cortland St., N-w Yolk, ani.. ly some means they
have ever eiven iuie any cau-se t,' conrmplain.
The tifit arrival of Strawberti,?s trom Florida
(which i. the State th:,t Beimut ia, his g,,t to c-orj-
pete with) is about thy- tirst week in January Tih
fruit from Flri,la nitakes the I greater ,art of the
joeuruner by eti-aiiur, in u !: frit.-rat.'-, .' as a
~uCi-.- l thiiig' arrives in e:.-eilent .-ouditionu. Tihe
ChLul.:-. Downiug bha.- proved to t< a imu- excellent
berry t.Ziship, ieiiain;ug 1.iilht in-l lively in color,
while the Wilso n ecoi.ves dark and dull. It is s.ix
years ago inL-_ I w as keeping thie run 'i. the.-e and
other -uch tlinjgs, no. doubt there is great improvie-
ient in matt,:rs of this. kind Ant-e that time.
Planting people plant a.ecordiun to notin ; on6,
will plant two f-eet from rov' to row and one foot in
Tine rov ; aoth>:-r will iraw line^ two f-..t apart and
plant m t' and an hall foot in the roiv, two plauts
together in thief way

I always planted on lines two feet ea:b wayiu thi,
*2 f .
way, four plium, t,,geth'ner .

they ravke !anrg..,thck and allow plentyy of air and
light around them, whi,:h is very esjetil for i ze
anti flavour
Anyone who, wishes to test varieties (which ought
to be the w:.ork of the Goverunment hy leaving an ex-
,ermameu'al and ancLim.iatory nursery, -elI-silpp.ort.
iu"i , l:'; th. tolowing .orti p.ot propo.ated,
wbli vwi!l *4ivr t hill ,'.rip in the i?'st y.:-'r thi.v nrar
planted, at the following price.; lhiading varii.tiea, :

Prest,' Lholn' bl.(,I.i ptw Strrnd perly ,
Bla,:k Giaut t,0 1 1y

Gip-v I
Bidwell I,-- 1
.iwe 1 .,oets. per doz ) tong p.t lay .
It-h a ,! .00 pe t100. tIo ttlayr.
J i,.n dlt .1
Ground layeri at 0I-50 to i2.Ou, but the-.,. will
not ivme a Itill crop unti! tho second year.
The pot lawyers are the htr-t pl.,nt taken of th.,
parent plant that I have above spoken or.
I t,aw iu .aur i,.tie of June 27th that jealousy i,
getting predoiniu.nt with the Fl.,ridians. The
writ,-r ,avs, We can raise the-e products quite a:
,filv ul s they iri be had inthe Bernurd'.-:, uji w ,
clear'lv hfv.:- the advantage of tho:e Ilnudl.s in
skilled labour and .tieutide utiL ,tion." I grant
they hnve skilled lalour and ,.i~ntith.: e.ultivm:iion,
and will have it it it is to be got he p:yin._ for ii.
rh-v lp:v for it and rmoot willingly, t,.. No wou-
der then that they make- such rapid prog'e s us
they d.i. If the Floridiaus can beat 1us in a ,ienei,
R(b-t they ol y possibly fiud out tiere is some ore
n the Beriaudiau Islands that kuovw. a . killed d labou.r an.1 ecientifne cultivation &- the Flori -
.as.s, or ia any other part of Aea rica:-they cnuaot

I,. -t tit.,ilavhjiulati Aud 1 Alan-I ..-LU irirk"c- tile
sil t ii w' ii"-n ttv..41r whit it nwis, .ili wv'
c-anin:i~e l~. ~m-. d-oi It-tt~ pivdii .thi in
what it las I icon il-ving- and we TwIlldo it tvoo
I Ih -i- tfor a .9.ntitle li-t:u arabru-r ob f Hordi-
cuiturt and !t*. t win istf-r A',6riittuet o -t.-
ffort I t') 1c tv.-v11A L vlcdetig hfat I lhiavE- tie 'c r 1?.
e:..ii i~ uv~el I.-11 oii rt I, * o.i utit, I','

0 1011 n Lh A VS 1 F7IJ .CEBIt 0 K E RS


wi.- k Iiut,.rit' Club has madele; I .av three cheers Of the very best kids for Beirmudian c ultiva-
fto: Willie Frith, Kelii)p ..: C.., th..y iunptd ,:,iu li-nm. for tht: fpurp..--e ot i ailing fruit for thc
,i-ep i,.lit into tl midled. ct the wr.k. ,,nud lui,. o o New York Market. will please leave their Or-
tL ok iti f.l, oui tri th rear, i othe niead ers at thy O (Jiv e of the Undersi-tned., 23 Front
--ito, tuey had u,, wihetr, elbe to get hold of, ali the St rTet, et. Up Sil s l,
re-t otf it,=ir bol"',- wI. .,l i-,l T detlc.. t e ITiePhmt t v will be specially selected
and Hiti -d :h.:m nt ht ,po, thi'r tei-r. I ]":'. I Te-rms (xceedinuly modern ittc.
b- ,rd evr-il In.- i ,, ithnl: W P. C. f...r I -.' None will be s-ut. for .:e!pting tlhose r.r-
,.v <. t i I,.,. l.
Hlu.,, til,. i aua.d Ar. uiAtue w..rk i-. ,muo.,ni,,- GEOR- GE 0. WHIITA E..
oi t.-'Linesn if it i; un.t highly Nfl.,voiii: with ':i- u. ne .
fence and Phytology; all is 'brut? for,- and pot-, Ifatult-, June- 27, ;2.
l.i-k, which nialke-. Jack a dull, stupid hov. y ,
I ruu.-t nor byi any mcni s ncmIlev t. to acknowledge i8 T',el '
tht: uobl.-i and generous act of the Mfembers
poiog th.e Houe o,f Assenbly fIr. t1hir noble I- T) 0 T A T 1 TT I- TET.
icft:'au.e to the planters of' the-' country in euttring L T. 1 U.I n JJ.
:ne road to a new mi'.rket.
Oh ...' i.XusetM, Mr. EdiLoi) I will hlv-e '- R .S.. C R1:N !:mvin iani.c cxtlen,.ivc- alter-
tostop, the i L hout link, are coming out of th. fue 11.i ,.in i hr Ite alccr,,m,,iAlatior. re-
,)o taft that ii1y" pen i:annot ind will not join th--m < si:otfuv o icits the Patronage of L ul -s ;nd
toget her. LITLL'IMEN requirinig BR IK P K FA.-ST:, 1.1'N.
.1 am, iMr. Editor, t- 'ON.: and DINNEIL -.
1 Yurq most tespecdully. iefreshimemrs ipupp!lid at any hour.
.TAMES PILLING, eid Str-et. Hamuilton, ?.,
Ir-P rC. June 1-2, 1882.

For Sale,

To. irtr!ve by the SNearier -Beta&'on I 12th Aray,
Them. Wago.ns were built Fit the- Factory of
JT. AT. DX%'olte,. Halifi-x NSexiiiessly for
B t-rr" i'ln. PrwE iu; Ltf FIrfl Ov01
~ igto *appiove~d purcbascrg~.

-/he'ip B)Retading.
A ftw c ,)I' nthe- SUN NBEAMI
Rrpc~v.d hma Londtin and on Side at, Rohyal (i's.
ze~t&Stei'%aionvi v Store.

Imported foi- a SocietY~.

12 Ve r Fluie Bl-ack Broadi Cloth

Frock Coats,
WAa rr'intd well-nuz'lde, lAtpi 8 En"UAI St3les "51 d c v

Al N [
12 Diagonal Frock Coats, sa.i
i..a v e were iruprt,.l hi'' f,it i i! or.,fe!, [uI ;
ihE- parties tha.t gave the ord-ir iio.v say that
tli-. w M ri .rr i-rii Coi.t--. 1o -'roi Co. i-
hence'e I w.-' tn i l't '.'edir "i O t. h1 1f; i i : :1.1
!' ,-rgaii, in in e ,i-ext tea div y ii .:t !!J vby that
.i,:. e tl Hey i" i..e t hippe..
J. H. ROBA'SO.- .S CO.,
The Clotiie-re.
',, i ,i r p .o rilimi. 47 F nt '-I'ieet.
Jun -1.

Everybody wants it, bur very few get it
because most people do not'knolv how to
selert eoffr-,. or it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or making. To Jbviate these ditficul-
ties ha bc-en our study. T'hurber's pack-
ag cofe es aie selected by an expert, who
inderstanud the art of blendlirjg various
flavors. They are roawit:d in tin- mo.-.t
perfect manner (it is impossible to roost
w,.ell in small quantities. then put in
pound packages (iin tht b-on, not g, ,,9nd,)
bearing o.ur signatiire as a guarantee <,t
penmiieness, and each l package contains the
Thurber I,-:ipe for making good Coff-e. V.e
pack t wo kinds, Thurber's N'o. J34," stiong;
and jpugent; Thurber's No. 4'1." mild
nni rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. 'i hoy have the three great points,
:104 it','/, (/i ruf, q itq, ia ,it ibi .l
pri,. .JAk yor Grucfr ofr T/utrber'
d o i. t ('1fl' i pov,,ii pickaes, \A 4-F'
or A'.o. 4'." Do not be put off with any
other kind-your own palate will fe11 you
what is best.
Where pt-rsone desire it, we also furnish
the In.r'" Coffe-pot, the simplest, best.
: ,nd coffee-pot. in existence.
Oroc.r.r who sell our C-fl.ff- keep thew
Ask t'or dvsuriiptive circular.
Respfit fully, &,..,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importer, Whol-cesal1 Grocers and Cofft-,
iRoasters, New York.
P.S-. A. the largesi Jeall >s in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to manufacture only pure and
whol,'some goods and pack them in a tidy
and satisfactory iimannr. All goods
bearing our name are guarantee.l ti,) ,e
oi' superior quality, paure aw,.l a'h,,so..o,,.,
ind dealt-rs aie auth-:.rise.d to refun.1d the
purchase price in any uase where custoim-
h.vrs bave cause for dissatisia..:tion. It is
thei.fcore to the interest of both deale.x
anid c .nsMuiers to use T ,m'b. u,' bamld,

ILVFR Watches from ;l0/ ,:0 7. Gold
Watches from 5 to 2.. at Child's. All

At IRoyal G za't'-"le-r
.:t ,.e ,
Fromu London via New
I, ; f .. .. '' K ^i'. ly ,n lItO K i f .:
t viliet.I L It,t: ,vikhAi S itr..ifry ,'
Et' '4.,L i- L
Mpjdalu'bi IHM
.,iitchr ill's :..i ill.t's I'PENS
I e'd VI EN'. i.,S v'..lin .. 1 i NG<. N .
liamrihor, July Jtuh, i. ^'2.

Horses, Carriages and
Carts for Hire.
The Uvdere-igned having a fit out in lie alhove
Line-l'arri:ages Comfortalble, IlorseI Quiet and
Ir.'ivr'i-. -.ti ad.,', res-pecllully a h!.are rf
i.. inblic ia 'i!'roi;ge.r.
N ,.or i', I .-rt-,rv. l'T' ,t.
Ju!l, '24, 8.'.-- I r.

.,r^._j ,a. ,L A. ," ,

Sold lii ,)O fault, only too small for the
Owners use. Will exchange- for ti larger
Term.i made known on appli,.ation to
Jamilton, June 12, 1S"2.

R^ i '~ I -ViiliB i



Dr. Bryan's Electric hells.
Chronic Nervou3 Diseaoi'p, N'rro'v- D)eb;liiy, Phy-
~ial Proslration, Brain 'l't.mbioul, Piroivsi,
Spinal Complaints, Lung Irivorder,, Iupotincy,
Liver Complaints, D1ysp:p'ia, Rheuma-tism,
Headaches, Female Cormnlli.t., P,'enma.ture De.-
cay, ate

NO T 2D 3S *
olilS wonderful discovery in the ipliicition of
Electricity erables tli.! uut.rer to a 'ive s;e'n-
ifle. attentiu to hi, oin caC.m? in auc'or.ls3C-; r.'ilh


Be9rmuda Pl'~lic-t 1i'(~ l thp tillin'! io' 'V-r-
'lludbil c rtdere.

IWfilliarn James Hee8 iEy,
Ship ping Ovid Conimi,-sion Agelit,
Q'leen Street,

bi. -Waed roia the,

o f tho 6. rlo -%stablislied anid W eatthieAt
I ilcs ~'i Gr'at Britain.
nog i lti: ,N'1OFi".i h
~ ~ ~air~gis Ii.~tv~to .lie I nsured]
(if the stamp JDalg. a % el5'Ci IIrtIle ra b 1e itemi.
R ~Rlr-KSiaken both wi a 4. nd PEIII;OIS.It
1111%1 OVERTY101., G or iK-
No FEL--8 rand no. ("HAR6 E, for LVolieies.

ST .. il-rn'ra .t.. 1.n

Li.A 6 J U'A I ji.'i.L I
1-I in' ~i,>ej)emiir 9h, 1S.4


LLiverpool, Queensiowen, London,
and New VYo.k.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprises
TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonging
i to one Company) in the Atlantic service leav-
ing the port of New York. They are built en-
tirely of iron and steel, except, the merely de-
corative parts, are divided into water-tight
M lnd fire proof compartments, and provided
with e-verything calculated to add to their
Iafetv an-I to the comufoi tawl ,i.onvenieneec of
pass-engers. The saloous and taterooms (all
on thi main deek- r1,- utnusuaily large, light
Sani niy. f-ir- table and general appoint-
nm.,its 'omy are favourably within' the bbst hotels
ia Eugianid.
iOn'- of these steamers will sail from New
",York >:very Saturday, ior Queetatown and
Liver pool, and we.eklv for Londljn direct, from
New Pier 39 North liv:-r. I.!te of plasageI
in currency:-To Queenstown and Liverpool,
Wj0 to SO7. To Lond.:,n direct iVictoria Docks)
S0O to 60 ; excursion tickets ,oIu0, currency ;
Steerage passage $t26, currency. For further
particulars al1ply to the Company's Offices,
Nos. I;9, 71 aud 73 Broadway, New York.
Now Yori-k, Jauuary 27, 18:2.

Bermuda Veterinary In-
'I' EOD O-., OU PlR R3 'DG C, D.V.-., Re-
i, lamilton.
E. IC'!D ,i ERlI V !:ER'. D.V.S., .", idence, IItm-
iho', ui ,.. !Saih.

Nativa.'sa lr.s ',The belt acnt by aid of the hent Will visit t. tIeoi rulsi.,,illyon iue,-
end mnistre [,( the bod. and elr eoriinuous das-Otffice at G. Spurlin, I' qr's.
n n m iur e vand evo in itl visit -orieset on rid.,,'s.
currents that iutuse te titeCiO with the vitaliing eid t., iamilton, .antuary 2. 1,"2.
elemct n intil the diseoe i- uercomae. oud a re- .-- -_ .--.. .
cup atve pres et. Rece ivino from London
l'te Electro-Margu..ic C(.'crrnt, ras ev,~ved' by DIt. V I
Biyan'Bapplianae.,strug., 1:.i r-rvoius system, Via N'e.w Yiork per Orinoco, at the Royal
give force to th. b... atn.! .,-.,ste !unc.tia, ,e- Gazette" Stationery Store,
store lost or ia.p:eJ:. d rr .4 ,ody or id iai Pra e r 1 K
w le'he; i 'e orisin.z I r ui acts o, .' inru d l nce, aick oa e _-, .
r old ug o. Ivory and Limp Back,
llustr P ., g t, ,n mn BOOK-', ancient and modern
o pliin. hroh n Collier and Little Arthur's Hi.tory of Eng-
on appli. atliun. O rd: l. et.eceiveti lbro uig : any le- laud
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, 15th August, 1882.

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Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Friday, Ith Awigst, 1882.-Paranant to adjourn
ment the House met.
Preseat-His Honor Joslah Rees, Chief Justloe
The Honorable Eugenls Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Reor. Qenl.,
G. S. Tucker,
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secy.
The Resolve granting a sum to the Reformed
Episcopal Church," was read the third time aud
passed, and ordered to be laid before His Excel.
ency the Governor by the Honble. Cavendish
The following Messages from His Excellency
the Governor were delivered by the Colonial Secre.
(No. 14.)
Governor and Commander-in-Chiqf.
The Governor has the honor to transmit for the
information of the Hoable. the Legislative Council
a copy of a letter dated 27th July 1882, addressed
to him by the Lighthowe Commissuioners, together
with the Accounts and Vouchers for Lighthouse
service for quarters ending respectively 80th Sep-
tember, 81st December 1881, 81st March and 30th
Jane 188M2.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
11th August, 1882. j
(No. 16.)
Lieut. General,
Governor and
The Governor has the honor to lay before the
Honble. the Legislative Council a copy of a letter
dated 27th July 1882, addressed to him by the Pi-
lot Commissioners submitting their yearly account
ucrrent with the Public of Bermuda.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
llth August,. 1882. J
The Honble. James Tucker presented a Petitiou
from Wm. 0. Dunscombe, praying for a reimburse.
ment of the expenses incurred by him, during the
detention, in Quarantine of observation, of the
Schooner Meteor,"
A Petition from certain Inbabitants of these Is-
lands, praying the Legislature to grant to a Ber.
muda Joint Stock Company the preference of a Sub-
sidy for Steam Communication between Bermuda
and New York, when the present contract for the
same shall cease, should such Company be then
prepared to perform the contract.
The Bill entitled "An Act to repeal so much of
the Act entitled 'An Act further to amend the
Road Acts' as has not already been repealed." was
read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Honble. E. Harvey in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend-
The House adopted the report.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 15th instant, at
11-80, a.m.

Abstract of the .Proceedings of i Hoenorables
Hou.s AofAssembly.
Friday, 114' August.-Mr. Wadson presented a
Petition from Wm. 0. Dunscomb, owner of the
Scbr. "Meteor," praying that he may be reimbursed
the loss sustained by him by the said vessel being
kept in Quarantine of Observation, for certain rea-
sons set forth In the Petition. *
The Resolve for refunding to Messrs. Trott &
Cox a sum overpaid for light dues on the Steam-
ship Desaoug," was read a third lime and passed.
Tne Resolve for refunding to Messrs. Trots &
Cox duties paid en certain Steam Machinery, was,
read a third time and passed.
The Attorney General gave notice that on next
day of meeting he will move a ltesolutioa to the
effect that the House deem it inexpedient in future
to.,entertain Petitions for remission of Import Du.
ties on Machinery, while such Machinery is by
law subject to such Duty.
The Atot ney General moved thu 3rd reading ol
"The Legal fender Bill," which he subtequeatly
On motion of the Attorney General the Bill re-
lating to the currency of certain gold and silver
coine in these latinds, was re-conmittled for general
Mr. Mercer in the Chuir.c
The Attorne. General moved that the Second
Clause be struck out- which was agreed to.
The Attorney G,.'neral moved to add at the end
of the 3rd (now the 2nd) Clause (in the Printed
Bill) "'asd rio other money or coin than such ooia
as ie erteinbefort nentioied shall be legal tender
in these Islands except copper or bronze coin as far
asthe ame ais made legal tender by the Act passed
in the year 1870 entitled Au Act to amend'i the
SLaw relating to the Currency and Value of cee-
"tain foreign Silver toins andl other purposes'"
--which was agreed to.
Mr. Hayward mnuved to add the following words
to the 3rd (now the 2nd) (.'luse, provided that in
the case ol Silver C'oins su;h Coins shall not be
legal tender to an amount exceeding pounds
-which was negative
Ayese 8-Mesrs. TN Dill, A J Frith, & B Gray,
J M Hayward, A J Hodadoa, W S Masters, S A
Masters, T J Waiion.
Nays 19-Mesws, Speaker, S C Bell, F M Cooper,
R J P Darrell, N J Darrell, J Fowle, R D Fraser,
H H Gilbert, W It Hughes. TA Outerbridge, S C
Outerbridge, A M Oudtey, W R Peniston, C Pen-
lseon, J W Pearmarn, I' J Piarman, J N Smith, Ki
Tynes,W H Wilkinson.
The Attorney (General moved an amendmennt to
the Preamble-wiich was ari.:ed to.
The House resumed.
The (.'bailman ported the Bill a, amended, and
It was adopted and erder.d to be engrossed.
A Message from His Excelleucy the Governor -
(No. 8.)

Gw'esinor and Cutwanuder-in. Chif/.
The governor has the honor to ialorm the Hon.
Iouse of Assembly that Steps and Blinds at St.
David's Light House Keeper's Quarters are nzed-
ed, the cost Muf work being estimated at 25, and
there h.Eing no funds at the disposal of the Board
of Works for the erection of these requisites, the
Governor rceomm:ndas the Houte to grant the
ebove menitiried tuitm.
Public Buildings, 1
Hamilton, 11lb Aug., 18S2 )
The Bill entitled An Act for the erection of a
new Government ilouse," was read a thid time.
Mr. R. J. P. Darrell mov-.d hat. the words "or
near" be inserted alter the word "on" in the 4th
line of the Preamble-which was agreeli to.
The Bill was then passed.
The Attorney General introduced a Bill to amenad
the Conrt Act, 1678, which was read a first time.

Mr. Cooper presented a Petition signed by over
1000 of the Merchants, Planters and other inha.
bitants of these Islands, praying for the Grant of a
Subsidy to encourage a Joint Stock Company (fo
establishing Communication by a Sieam Ship
owned in Bermuda between these Islands and New
York, for reasons stated in the Petition.
, The Resolve providing certain necessaries for th(
Secretary's office-was read a second time and
Air, S. A. Masters in the Chair.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported progress and obtained
leave to sit again.
d Adjourned to Monday next.

Monday, 14th A,,st.-Mr. Oadney moved thai
h the Petilion fr.-m the Ministers or the Presbyterian,
Wesleyan, Reformed Episcopal and British Epis.
copal Churches, be considered in Committee of the
. whole Honme--which was affirmed.
Ayes 23.-Mesars. S U Bell, P M Cooper, R J P
Darrell, N J Darrell, T N Dill, R D Fraser, W J
Frith, A J Frith, J Fowle, 8 B Uray, H H Gilbert,
J M Hayward, A J Hodadon, W H Hughes,
W S Masters, S A Masters, T A Outer-
bridge, S C Onterbridge, A M Oudney, T J Pear-
man, J N Smith, T F J Tucker, W H Wilkinson.
Nays 5.-Messrs. T W Meroer, C Peniston,J W
I Pearman. R Tynes, J Wadson.
r r. W. S. Masters took the Chair of the Com-.
m mittee.
Mr. Oudney moved that the prayerof the Peti-
lion be granted and that it be recommended to the
House to order a bill to be brought in to regulate
Burials in the Parish Graveyards and Public
Cemeteries in these Islands.
The Attorney General moved that the Committee
rise-which was aMfrmed.
Ayes 20.---Messrs. Speaker, 8 U Bell, P M Cooper,
it J P Dariell, T N Dill, W .1 Frith, A J Frith,
J Fowle, S B Gray, H H Gilbert, W H Hughes,
S A Masters, T W Mercer, S C Outerbridge, J W
Pearman, T J Pearman, 4 Poniston, T F J Tucker,
R Tynes, T J Wadson.
Nays s.-Messrs. N J Darrell, R D Fraser, J M
Hayward, A J Hodsdon, A M O.-dney, I' A Outer-
bridge, J N Smith, W Ui 'Wikinson.
The House resumed.
The Attorney General moved the following reso-
lution :-Whereas the Legislature has for several
years past been in the habit of remitting on petition
the Import Du'y on certain classes of machinery
imported for private use or trade purposes, and it is
deemed expedient to discontinue the said practice.
Resolve, that in the opinionaof this House it is
inexpedient to entertain petitions for the remitting
ot Import Duties on machinery of any kind Import-
ed for private use or for trade purposes-which was
agreed to.
Mr. Hayward presented a Petition from Thos. L.
Outerbridge, Bridge Keeper at the Causeway, pray-
ing that Quarters may be enlarged for reasons
stated In his Petition.
Mr. S. A. Masters preseuted a PLtition from Saml.
S. Ingham the younger, praying to be reimbursed e
suim overpaid for Light duties on the arrival of thba
Steamship Vidette," for reasons stated in his Pe-
The Attorney General introduced a Resolve pro.
hiding for the completion of the St. David's Ligot
House Keepez's Quarters -whion was read a first
Adjourned to Friday next.

Orders./ar next Meeting :
Wnm. 0. Danscomb's Petiilon, order anot dis-,
posed of to-day. '
Resolve relating to St. David's Lighthouse
Keeper's Quarters.

[For thek uy,/l G! rts.]
It will readily be all.,wed that on the prosperity
of our agricultural operations must depend the sue-
cess of a steaumbhip between Brmnuuda and New
York. There is a trite proverb that. it is unwise
to have too many eggs in one basket. Therefore
the people of Btrmuda, who are engagtid in agri.
cult'ire, provided their -rops can be moved
prrmiptly and reasonably, had better ret satisfied
with the risk they hare of raising crop, l':aring the
contingencies of carrying and marketing to others
who nre willing to undetlake it. Again are our
people as a people able to own a StEstihip, and
at the- szine time do justi,:e to the liusiness they are
engrgedJ in Has the planter got his property
clear of debt, has he bei-u able to pay punctually
for his i ,-ee.-asry supplies ; and if so, has he endea-
rouied to supply himself with the best approved
implements, and has heo essayed to vary his ,eropg
and avail hirltlf of the best known methods of
culture? There art, no doubt in Bermuda meu of
sulfficieut capital and ability to a':-qiure and run a
Steamslhip fur the- benefit of the country; if thi
necessity of -s was at all apparent. But
the idea of a Peoples' Str umur inivoves a general
frubcription from the bone and sinew of the coun-
try. The re-Bo ,nse e,, far" tems to ie that of ,u,:h
a ci&As the .-ountry canir:t !tt present produce a
uuffiiency to wnure the success. of a People's
Steamer. I would say if the people of Bermuda
after cle.,ring their prop.ety of debt, und after
aJopting the best methods of plinting, ete., halve
anything ovtr let it be inrestet in somethingg be-
yon.l the risks of our own crops as a .tand hy tr a
uainy day, iu accordance with sound comnmerc ial
usage whih divid.e risks by a judicious syste.a
of dihttibution.
I have hard .,f a man so infttuiit.:-d with this
People's Steamer that be de.'lare'l he w..,uld in.,'t-
ggK his property to take sto.:k in it, and doubtless
many whi,, current debts are unpaid have wihed
to put thlr:-aslvesdo, n ar subscribers. It is in the
:tl t.,-nou.y. only of aSteamnr that the, stockholders
could drive auy lpreonal btuefit and in all the
disw-tuion~ I halve r-een no9tatemna-nt in rotmr .'ul-
uinnp wlhat surplus would annually remain, how
much would It carni:.d to ..redit of the re-erve, and
how mu'h w,.mdd be paid to) Stockholders.
The p.:titii.n tbing *'ign.d t, the 'Colonial Parli.&-
m,*ut a.4ks their to a x,'epti'oualy favour in award-
ing a new Co)ntra,:t, the peitioner' about to form a
Company acc.,ordinj_ to, an appended ,.-heiae, which
is not attach,-d to thi- petition itself as sigt-ed, and
of whi.h in detail the ipetitioners aru likely to be
entirely ignolarat. But to come to a .ommnon +en,.e
view of the whole matter. When the present C(on-
tract with the Queb- &'' Company expired, new tnu-
dera will be cUalled for. It the petitione'rs can ten-
d*r on more favourable t.-rms kfor the Colonv aud if

they can giv, equally with the Quebec Compamy
security that their Contma.t will be Lsatisfactorily
ptrrfnedu, thi.- service must 1:,, given them. The
Legigiatur cannot pay J6'0O to .Smith, Jonas and
Robimnton, for doing what the- Quebec Company
)erform for i 2of.i-.i b.:IMe the Colony would be the
difieren'e all the woris., and every tax payer would
have to pIay his proportion of the excess of .t0OO,
even thu stoc-kholders of the People's Stcamer who,
would most likely receive nothing in retumu. If
outiders .iun take our St-.-nmship Contract, so much
the bett-er for our countryy in having the risk divi-
del.. If tiur ton are worth their salt. as seafaring
men they can do better than running a Steamer to
New York.

The Treasury of Spain has cent to the Cuban
Treasury .1,60u,000 in gol Iucoiu.
Theeensus bureau of (Japan reports for 13M1
nearly 900,00.) births and about 6 )0,000 deaths.

r By previous arrangement the Gentlomen whoa,
3 names are attached to the following address, wait
r ed on His Excellency the Governor at the Counci
Chamber on Monday the 31st ultimo and presented
e the same :-
May it pla~ u yu r cttltler ;y
We take this opportunity of approaching you, t<
signify our loyal attachment to Her Gracious Ma.
jesty, our beloved Queen, whom you at present
repre*.nt. By our office we are bound to respectl
and pray for authorities, and to sustain their per.
Sons and administration by any services of our call.
ing whi-:h may contribute to at end ; but we re-
gard ourselves as specially favored of Divine Pro.
evidence in being permitted to Serve a monarch sc
illustrious for the very highest qualities that can
adorn a Christian and a Queen.
We would also by our presence Lere to-day
mark our appreciation of your appointment to the
position of Governor of thee Islands. Coming
at a time when the population have scarcely ceased
to mourn the death of our late Governor, whose
administration was signalized by much arduous de-
votion to business, you enter upon the responsibili-
ties of office at a period of general sympathy for
any one upon whom may devolve the cares of a Co-
lonial Government. This feeling is enhanced by
the warme-it respect for yourself personally, awak.
ended by i he reputation which preceded your ar-
rival amongst us. It is our sincere wish that your
stay in these Islands may be conducive to your
Excellency's health and that of your family, and
that a good Providence may so direct your admin-
istration of public affairs, that prosperity and
happiness may ensue to the Colony.
We have the honor to be,
Your Excellency's loyal and devoted
A. W. Nzcooieo, methodist Minifsts,
Jon V W&L.ACS, Prlby.w'iasz M tsma gfr,
J. 0. ANoWLN, 3Methlodl MAniistr,
J. S. McKew., Prestlytericu .Mainte,
J. H. BUCKmEi, B. H. E. Mi,,ater,
J. W. PRESTYfOOD, MethodsAt Minster.
Jo"U WIS, MthudTst Mu,,te/.r.

To which His Excellency, as promised, sent the
annexed reply on the day following :-
Government House, let August, 1882.
To Tim RsvmimxD A. W.\ NIOHOLsoN,
ai4rpa or HBa Noz6CoNroBaMB

It gives me great pleasure to receive an address
from the Mini-ters of the Non-Conformist, denom.
nations in this Colony expressive of loyal and de-
voted attachment to Her Most Gracious Majesty,
Queen Victoria. The feelings which have given
rise to these expressions are such as prevail in every
portion of Enuglaul's wide Dominion, and, are the
direct result of the wise and benign rule exercised
by Her Majesty.
I sympathise sin:-erely in your expressions of sor-
row for the death of my Predecessor, General Sir
Robert Laffan, and your testimony to the great
and valued services rendered by him during his
Government of Bermuda.
I thank you for eungrattul.tions personal to my-
self on appointment to the Government of those
Islands.and kind wishes respecting my family. I
humbly trust that during the term of my govern-
ment I may be able to advance the imaerest of this
Colony, and to witness all classes of people living
in prosperity and in amity one with another.
Governor, 4(,.


The folli..wing i- a copy of the Petition presented
to the Horiourable House of A.sembly on Friday
last, by Foster M. Cooper, Esq., a member forSouth-
ampton, igied 'Iy ,over 1000 of the M':r.'hants,
Planters and their r Inhabitants of t, ir- Islands,
praying f.:.r the Grant of a Subsidy to .nc.irasge a Srt- k Company for e-phili-hing Communi,.a-
tion by a Steam r hip owned in Bermuda between
thl -... Telandi and New York, for re.,ons stfitd in
the Petition.''
To HIs HoN1oe Tur. KLPit.LR AimD GtJirLEME.
OF TaE HONOI &tr.I. Housm Or As :tMBLY T01
Th.- P'tition of MA:r'-hants, Pfiint., ,t.1 others,
Inhabitant ,,f thv.e Ilanl ,
Hruatdij sheweth;-
That Your PIetitiout-ri de-ireq to call the attention
of the Legislat rm. -of Bermuda to the ft:,t that the
trade of these Ilanul.s ha-~, fir a natiLir of yearn
past, been principally carried ou by v,-s-, Is owned
ubrotad, and thit thi, e- com uuity at large. greatly
te.: the- rgent nu..e-:ity that somu m. an may bit
adopt d to secure to tche inhabitants- of Burmuda
a portion of the profits which to th- great damage
of the pro-purity and welfare of 0te.-v Islands nowA
altogether n"-"e to th- Own"' A Stea-nships own-
ed at.r,.ad1. our Petitium.-ra, t h ref,..r', knowing
the '.-re-at adv'ataige- whieh nmirtt accrue to thin,
Col:'i. 1.y a $tf.,:a ip .>,-ig ownedtL in B.:'rmiuda
and feeling tlhait the I.pgislature would always de-
sire to priut, lo.- ::l ent- ia-i .: v, .l.-re th. n.: l
soianght ia the pubLi.- go.-., lhumbly submit That .1
.Joint >to':'k ?.t, am..hip C.':.'mp.ny t.r te purchase
of i s'icr to b. emnloyiJed int tbr- trade
ba r-,..-n Ber-muda and N:'w York is 1 pl)roj,-,s t .well
worthy of public aid audl wlhenin the .[':oplep'B
money would be well upi.loy<-'d, and the,-ttore have
no h:.sitati..u in a-king' the Legil'-tuire. to g'rnt to
.Iuch Joinat .S-.,.k C.'unpany the lr,:f..t un''e af a Sub-
sidy for Steam Coommamication between Bermuda
and New York tlneu the p'etsent 'ontr.iot f.r the
sam,: .hall ease should. -muchb Company be th'u pre-
p.are-l to perform the C-'.ntm mct u arht'ully .on their
par t.
En'-ouraged by- Leh-i.latture in this resp<.-t Your
Petitioner- prups-e to perf..nm a C..,,,p.any for the
purpcos.:,otf uililiig I piut..ha-:ug OL I holding a
,teaun~hij, of th. l:hs, fitted with, _.*ery
ru,,den improvement und expre.,ly adapt' for
this t.iad'- wti ith a dratt L0 wat.r mumtii.',-ntly tC:'11
it is h,_p.:l, to -u iIl.. her to be ,.-rrid through t h;
Chaunnel- at any ,'.:ts',n.abh tid,--und the'~r-ey .n-i -
inug a de.l of' d..l-y both with re'_rd t,.i P -:,-en,'~.z
aud Mailmatter--aridw iitl 1pe.:d .ad diimin' ii.C

a de-cribeid in thIe plau herewith .:.Lnittrd fir
the informn-ition of Y,',ir Hfnour- b. ilo.! --.
WIhrrehtorv. Your Patsti' iu iir lr.y at.i
Your Hoij r;ble H,:.u-.i. will b.- ,,pl I. I ',' aid your
Petttioners in th-Pir endea-vour to .adv,.at. the v.!l-
fare ,If the P,:plu ot B-:rmuda by i.kikng s'.h stips
na tLway b.: l.'Ivi-aile- t.j en.orafmie th :. c. wintg ot I
Steanmshilu' in Ikr namud:t uitabl,: for athe.; growing
trad.: with Ne-w York to bs- t *11 tim.: tisuibjjt. to
the appr-jv 1l uv thl B,,ard ,of I'p,.E'.l!'- WtVr..
Antd as iu dut-. b.:umal Y'our P.t'tion-.ra will ver:

Sinieo the ho.t sEas-:. began ri:ty-f.-ur ship cap-
taius have died of yellow ft-vi.r at th:- ditterent
ports of the Islakii of Cuba.
The sugar crop has beeenifiniohed in the juries.
diction of Sagua. The podn.-tiorn was ltO,W)n

[The following is a copy of the Petition presented I have often been made by officials-inotably, by those
to the Honorable House of Assembly on the 7th oftheSuez.Canal-of the manner in whichsomemas.
instant, by A. M. Ondney, Esqr., a Member for I ters of steamers arrange their cargo, so as, if possi.
Pembroke Parish. from the Reverend Gentlemen ble, to escape payment of dues, thus creating a
representing the Non-conformist Congregations in general suspicion and necessitating examination
these Islands in reference to Buials in the Episco- which operates injuriouslyto the honestly-managed
pal Grave Yards.]-Ed. R. G. ships.
To the Honorable te BHousw of Assembly Jor [It is intended that our S.S. Company shall have
Bermuda; a suitable Board of Directors living in different
The petition of the undersigned, Pastors of vari- parts of the country to represent the shareholders,
ous Churches in these Islands,.representing one- thereby avoiding any jealousy as far as possible.]
fourth of the population of Bermuda, humbly P. F.
shewoth:-- To sum up in a few words what seem to me to be
That the regulations which at present control the the disadvantages connected with the private owner-
Parish Graveyards of Bermuda are a source of per. ship of steamers as an investment: First. There is
petual annoyance and pain to ourselves and our a want of some recognized method of bringing to.,
people, arising, as we believe, from an unfounded gethera-would-be purchaser anda-would-bevendor
asgsmption that only Episcopal Clergymen have of a fair and equal footing, and giving them-
the right to perform religious service within their without charging any exorbitant commission-at
precincts. That this error has, during several least some clue to the maximum and minimum
years, obliged all ministers not connected with the market value of the property about which they
Episcopal Church either to submit to the hamilia. bargain; secondly, the want of a reformed registry,
tion of giving up their dead to the services of which shall not only offer more-protection than he
Clergymen, whose ministrations they did not fl.- at present gets to the owner of one-sixty-fourth
low while living, and who have no Pastorial con. part of a ship, but shall give some official recogni.
sections with the surviving relatives ; or to seek tion to the existence of the owner of a loss propor-
burial elsewhere, often at expense which is burden- tionate part; thirdly, the want of some control over
some, and in violation of the tenderest human sym- the managing owner or manager and of some sum.
pathies, which cling so tenaciously to a sepulture mary method of compelling balance sheets and
of kindred with kindred. accounts to be given ; fourthly, the want of a re-
Your petitioners believe that the reasons which presentative body which could express to outsiders
our people assign in maintaining their rights to the matured views of its members, could control
bury, without, interferenoe, in the Parish Grave- their conduct, ond look after the masters and other
yards, are foundd and indisputable ; that from time perous employed, and could generally act for the
immemorial their families have been taxed by the benefit of its members in a similar way to that ex.
Parish to keep up and improve said Graveyards; emplified by the case of the Incorporated Law
that no purchase has been made, and no law pans* Society. Whether the machinery now in working
ed, by which the graveyards alluded to have been order, such as the Board of Trade, Local Marine
placed under Episcopal ownership or control; that Boards, Lloyd's Registry, thu Liverpool Registry,
they own vaults in the Parish graveyards by rights the Underwriters of Lloyds and of Liverpool, the
which no one has ever disputed, yet they cannot Salvage Association, and other institutions, may be
bury in these vaults without submitting to condi. sufficient to carry out the task, whether any move.
tions which oan only mean that their rights have ment. should be made by Government, or whether
been forfeited; that in England, whose laws and it should originate from private enterprise, it is not
customs are supposed to guide Bermuda affairs, for meo to hazard an opinion sufficien' to say
the Parish graveyards are thrown open to all de- that I believe that very little energy ias re-
nominatious. quired to place, the enormous property repre-
Your petitioners are aware that it is their privi. ente.l by British merchant steamers, a property
lege to s..nd their petition directly to the foot of representing at present an outlay in the case of
the Throne, with every assurance that the rights of regist ered steamers only, of at least .88.50),00,
British subjects would there be respected ; but upon a fair and satisfactory footing, asan outlet for
they prefer first to use all reasonable measures capital an outlet producing dividends far in excess
with their own Legislature, confiding in its integ. of any kind of investment presenting anything like
rity and disposition to do right, the same security.
Your petitioners would therefore pray that your [If our Bermuda S.S. Company meets with the
Honorable House may take such steps as will re- encouragement that is expected, from Our Legis-
move the grievances here complained of. laturi,, we will not be many days forming a sub.
And your petitioners, as in duty bound, will stantial Company, and raising any meams that
ever pray. may be required.]-P.F.
J. Torrsn, Pastor of Ref. A'pie. Cl., I have to thank the officials of the Board of
&t. George's, Trade, of Lloyd's Registry, and of the Salvage
A. Wr. NicouWox, Pastor Methodist Ch. AssoLiation, for their court-.ous assistance to me in
Jons WALLACE, Junr., Pastor Pres. my researchers.
Ch., Warwick, As every mother thinks of her own goose a
JAx Rs H. BUCKNRma, B.3..E. Minister, swan, so ever man is liable to fall into the error of
Jos. G. ANowxr, Pastor Methodist Ch., thinking his hobby a noble steed. However, if I
J. A. MAcKBFN, Presyurits Minister, have ,a.oveeded in awakening in my subject any
JoHx Wrin, lVeaskyan Miister, interest hitherto dormant, though I may perhaps
J. W. PaMSTWOOD. 'Weeleyan MAinister, be fairly accused of having ridden my hobby to
death, shall feel that I have not ridden him in
"PUBLIC FRIENDS"' Conmmunuication Conti- vain. Atlast, I claim credit for self-denial in
nued from lst page of this GawtEl. having, out of deference to public prejudice, kept
So r os e f th a d it m back long lists of most interesting figures and sta.
As a counterpoise to what I have said it must be tiatics.-Iam, Sir, your obedient servant.
stated that there are disadvantages attaching to Inner Temple, April 16. WM. BAKER-
.ownerhin but them are l nueva dntal_ bvn

w' erv p; .. UsU rt. ar purely ac. AtenCa y u Jno
means inseparable from the property, and are, as I
hope to be able to show, capable of being overcome.
The disadvantage which logically comes first is the
difficulty of investing in shares in ships. Very few
of the general public have any idea how they ought
to set about becoming owners of shares, or even of
equitable interests in a ship, and it cannot be de-
nied that they have no readily-found medium cor-
respanding to the stock-broker in the nase of ordin-
ary investments. When a capitalist has found a
ship-broker, who (-.nn so far befriend him as to offer
him a share or interest in a vessel, then the next
diffi-ulty arises, How is the investor to know h-iw
much ho ought to pay for it P Auother disadvan-
tage is that, if the investor should wish to realize
his money, or if he shonid (as evon hip-owners do)
die, leaving his iuvestment to his exocutors, there
is no recorunised method for him ,or thom te -sell or
realise the amount. But if the investor, having got
his shire or interest., is atlisefied to stick to it, what
i- his position ? lie really cannot, tru't the register
of his ship as a true indication of the state of the
vessel's ownership. It often happens that persons
appearing in a ship's register as part owners cannot
be found, and may be mere names, and nothing
more. Hcu,.-e, when some liability arises which
the owners are called ton to pay, the well-known
capitalist. is at once found, whereas his co-owners,
who ought to contribute, may be beyond reach. A
more serious difficulty arises trom the fact that, per.
bous entitled to encumbrances on a vessel often do
not register them so long as they think their se.
cumity safe, but, on the first whisper of dittfficulty,
theyrush to tLb: regiatry-otfi:e and record their
charges. Hcn.-e, the register of a ship is often lit.
tle clue to the title. But, if the registered
owner may .-umetimes find disadvantages attaching
to his investment, far worse is the position of the
equitable owner. His liabilities for deibursementsa
and statutory penalties remain the same as if he
were regisrerect, but his position is in no way pro-
tested ag'iinst dishonesty, and is not; even recog-
nised in a legal manner, so thtt the registered
owner of the share in wtich he is equitably inter-
ested hi s hin entirely in his power. Further, it,
often hlrappeis dh'i. on the d'ath of a registered
owner -..t btr shares difficulties arise with his legal
repreznounaives. Agaij, the investor may from
imeI to itine receive cheques from his managing
owner for prt lits euined, giving him probably a
handsomie itaririn or uir. outlay of capital, but how
is he t,' tell tliast this is all thiat he ought to receive ?
It is t: ue tb.r. there are insne.'- in wbich, ;*n soon
at. a r...ysge i compl'-ted, a carefully and accurately
diawu up b:itn'e-',ePt is duly audited and cirou.
lata d .amwn the. did.reut owners. But su,-h eases
are rather t Le eswxption than the rule. Even in 1
thb- be-r m.:nagdl ot th.-- vti-el thatccount, -howw
large comtaih'iio:m paid, whi.h tare no doubt, as t.
rule, li gal, in so far tlhut no court of law will give
rt-dre-. a-ig.mis,-T them, bat, whii:h ar-i altogelhcr aiim.
proportioued to the work done or the ri.k incurred.
In aiditi.) to the p,.inis to whi.-h I have rolerred,
there are mituy public m in hitters dlir.- tly atfecting the
intere-,tl of fhiipowner.- .nd upon whi h their upin.
ion ought. t. be authorir-tively cxpre--ed, bu-. ;,, to
whi'-h they have no recognized meaus ot m king
th-ir rieows kuown. This is a want whi..h ought'
to be suppli.d. The Presid-nt (,U the Buard uf
Trad,- Itcly 4su;-d a eir.-ril.dr couitai-ing a piopo-i'il
t..i iotr-d a nuinw yshilspit a:,anm.'il, to. decide ou gi. |
oral 'riinci[l!;.-. to be applied to th'it f,-rtile subject-L
for hai. .:'--t la loa.dl iue-aud ITI ,-ttiu di-put,.d
curc,tioi. :.f iuneawortlhiness':- In thel proposed
com.atitu'i. 'it .f th. .council, tho-ugh Lloyd L Regis.
try i: put dowun as C:atitled to ieturn two memberr,
Lluyd s Tindorwrit r-' Aaciati:,n is unrepre*-euted;
white, fi-r Liverpool thi- position is rnter-.,.-, the
Livernpiol Uudorwrirer. being allotted one member,
but ar-. Livorpool being left out. These
und oth,.r qiierti-..sA-, ainh as the Freichl bounty .
system the Su-z Canal regulations, quarautiie ar-
rng,.iumnti, alud the er,'e-ting and mnainutainiug of
lights aid lighthouses, are matters upon whic-h a!
shipown',!'s' views ought, tobt. cap.,ble of beiug ex.'
pre.~sid withi no doubtful sound. Again, not long
ngo wi:- heard of a linu' among certain shipbrokers
to keep up froights, and such : vents may happen
oftEc without bring known. Further, complaints

British Troops for Egypt.

(Frran the Army and Navy Gazette, July -22.)
Orders were imued yesterday directing the fol-
lowing Regiments of the, Army Corp-, in readiness
to pro,-c'ed to Egypt, to compl-te their arrange.
ments anad be pr.-pared for embarkation as soon as
transport ifs available.:


Household Cav.lry (3 iluadrons)d........ 25
-Ith Dragoon G; uv irds.................... 1
7th ............... 31
19th Hu-ar..s ..................31
Roy"l Horsre Artillery--
N. Battery, A Brigade.. ............ 7
G. Battery, 3 Brigall.............. 7
Royal Artillery-
N Buty. ud Brigadei..............
0 Batt,-ry 2nd Brigade..............
C Bity. 3rd Brigade................ 7
I L,:,ttr :rd Brigadie.............. 7
A BWttery l) t Brigadec.............. 7
*1 Batt-ry I?, Brigadf............... 7
lb-yal I'
A Troop, I. E Train............. 6
I'Truop, R. E. Train.............. 6
No. 21t 1Fild) Company R.E........ 5
No. 26i Fi-ld Company, !:.E. ....... 5
Railway StAtt, R.E................
Field Park, R. E.. ................
2ndl Batu. Gr.ri-alier tifarils............. 2;
2nd Butn. C..ldstr,..'am G(uards ..........-. 9
1lt Batn S,-'.ts Gunards.................. 29
2nd Bamtn. Ilth b Fiuat... ... ............. ..:;
45 nhd Foot .............................30
5ihd Foo..t .............................. 30)
741h F.rt .............................. 30

7.Ith F .t.............................. 30
STth Foo .............................30
C'.'mmi.-.iii at i nid l'ti n-po.rt 'St:tid--
No. 11) Company ................... 2
N o.. 1 Col .pa ly .................... 2
N.... 1 2 t.'1. a Ip'my. .................. 2
No. 15 C i:, panby .................... 2
No. 17 C'siapfsny................... 2
Station .Staftt....................... 4
Eight Field H.,spitals..................3i1
T'v., Be ar,'r ('C.- up.nics:-............ ..... .22







7 62,



[From t/e .Evanin Tekegrana.]
L'sr-ov, July IS.-The ?to/n,, 'Post, comment
ing on the Herald i remarks on Un:le Sam's sixty
n'.rinee it Alxanlria, dec-lares the of the
A.meriCin Airdmiral and his men bl-yond all praise.
*a When the Ero.ap-rn alli's were getting out. of
range thet Ameri--an Admiral. ititt: a glance
att the threaten-ing Egyptian cahiaon, rilciulated
he would stay whr-r' h, was, aind if any of them
fired at him lie- would fire bha,:k.' When the bom-
bardment wwe over mi Ameri:u aii)p sailed
around each of oCit stlhips and gavtr them a lusty
'iaer. Wheu Ad:riral Seym,.sur asked for aid to
t.) pr'tec. lif-e aud property in Alextndhia sixty
Amn-' ii-an Mirinesi l.indedi promptly in a way wl.ich
quandruplel their value. La.L.r the of all, when
their was a rnmi.:r of Arabi returning with 8,000
men, and the Eurnp.,eaqn nimainc-e hastened bick to
their. mrun--.i-war, and while Il'imuh and Italians
were sailing it smwfety in the 'p,:n sea, the Ameri-
cans preferred 'to st.i-:k by Engli.limen and take
their chaanei.s." The Post ends a follows : -" Th.-re
are times when jealousy and ill feeling run high
between us, nId h ad wo.-dls are lbaudied acro.q- the
Atlanti.; but, thank Heaven, there are also timnes
of national grief and oic,,asiois of great moment
when blood i fou nd thicker than watt-r, and Am-
ericans and Briti-lers will be found -tandling side
by side. May i: Halways be 10!"

q' e imprisoned Nihilist Kyrillow has disclosed a
1(c list of newly.planned crimes against the Em-
I. '- .- and certain high offloia!e.

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