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The Bahama argus

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The Bahama argus
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Argus
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Nassau, Bahama Islands, W.I.
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George Biggs
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English

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Newspapers -- Bahamas ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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Bahamas

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Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 16, 1831)-
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Latest issue consulted: vol. 5, no. 47 (Dec. 26, 1835)

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1el eslUr.

THE BAHAMA ARGUS.

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POETRY.
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THE JUNTO IN DEBATE.
In deep and close debate the Council let,
Amoud the Chief his bosom-nfrends were met:
When thus, with ruefeas face. and heaninr breast,
The mighty Chieftain theu his friends addret l:
Attend, my friends, while I to you disclose,
The sad account of all your ruler's woes;
Advice I need-if you have aught to give,
0 give, I pray. before I cease to live.
My nmm'rou foes against my life conspire.
They'll take my life, and set my house on fire,
And from my burning house, my wife they'll steal,
And in some deep, dark caver, her conceal:
]rWlto ride alone to eastern goal,
Let sword or pistol should let out my soul;
Each night a guard I set around my well,
For rear that they would throw in potions lell:
I cannot trst my former friend Old Nikk,
For once I played him a lol, dirty tri ;
He does not yet forgive my red hot head.
Bat oft sincerely wishes I wau dead :
That Yankee chap, whom I so much despise,
Peeps in my closet, with his hundred eyes.
I willingly would fly, and leave these shores,
Where all the cat are only brutal boars,
But then my foes would triutuph, and my name
Would be sagrac'd, and never mount to fanmi."
Here ceased our hero. Thus Guy Faux began,
The neat in order to the saintly man :
' Must potent princu, 'ie for your righteous caune
The people hate you, who'd break their wicked laws-
Take those two breasiplates. which full well you know.
Are hanging in the lobly, for a show.
Gaia'd from the French. in dreidfiul battle plain,
Ta'sea fer Aight, rum off the p;rssats :n :
Fix one before to guard von r hol heart.
And one behind to gur:nl the other part ;
go if they onui attack with sword or gun,
You're fit to light, or fit turn anil run :
Each night when e'er you go to tike rrepoe.
Pry char ie your roon. fur Iear of hildliln foes;
An Phorbe would adlr e to h.ive at hauind
Some Irusty arms, with which o make a stand .
And, says the gallinr Colottel Redcrlth, I
Will choose a body cuard for danger's niuh:
And at their henil will stand. prelpr'd in light,
Pr r'd to guard your person. ,il;I and ni cht.
And noe so fit, nmelhnko. for this great post.
As those you seized. when wreck'i upon our coast:
I'll teach them, how to march and how to run,
How to advance, anil how tao hold a gusn."
Stop," says the Guowmthanian. nol so fast,
I have a thought still better than the lat ;
We'll mount this guard, on beauteou. amlblin nags-
I have satme prime for sale. not usr ,frild hog.s;
And then this cavalry will scour the plain.
Cutol' your foe confirm wonur piotelt nrizn."
"What," cries old S/ly. shall Elglandsll bold Viceroy
By bits he handled, ar iliildre.sn do al ?
mo ruse yourself great s:r, the tiger play.
Aed o'er these rebel,. you will gain the anv :
PaciLAn your foe.. al.i ini them left and right,
Leave not one wretch. to darken on our sight;
Pat in yor friends, there yet are left enough,
Whou'lltalk of ill usnd blacks, and all such sluff;
8top this free press-the Argus must be righted,
Or all our brightest projects will be blighted,
Pat himin Jail-I'll get him on the docket.
I'll prove his libels, then-I'll pick his porket."
And I." says Arid, I'm your ready man,-
I'll at their doom aandl litl'ning, if I can;
Perhaps some treachery I'II bring to light.
For traitos vile stand plotting in the nimht.
And a I'm told the Vendee louse as nim'd
To be by treacherous plots lor ever fam'd.
Thither, I'll go each night. anl list'niog creep,
While folks at home will think me fast asleep.
E'e now, some foe among your chosen friends,
No doubt to gain his selfish, private ends,
both wish your noble empire to divide,
An give the Hogeties to the other aide.
The al of Turks has often wish'd to own
The wealth, upon that rocky land oft thrown.
HerN.MIm fooa replies, "I'll run and tell
Your highness what me compeer finds out well;
Be mine the task to tell your Iord.hip all.
That'll tua your fields, or make your foes to fall."
Then speaks the Chie--" I still am mirsh in doubt
What plan to take, my schemes to brine about:
A gqua I'd raie. hut then I hoard the cash.
That my dear, only son, may cut a dlahh;
This place I'd leave. but then I really dread.
Lat some ferre tempest shonll n 'r ;ske my head.
Thy "DoOnel, Fans. I'll follow while I stay
An war my bazen breastplates every diy.
And new my faithful friends, we'll bid adieu
Vis all your counsel. many thanks to you:
Be" the wetth whe e'er you chance to eo
Teggmher mer i confab, two or three.
Mak wll their words, there's mischief in their head.
'Osims they plot, in public, and h ebd G. S. X.


SATVRDAY. A 1T 1 S .. fs. s..sffh ..

LEAVES FROM MY iNCLE'S DIARY. hapaafey, d' pfl p ndps

. i1b Ap6R.-Il d am rdeihmd aisdte ce ;
4th April.-What do our b ld ayeh mon by their leai tol Cheig p b I bes cp t lra
encomiums on thldwlklog of Fetch fenal 1 Is a hai bedroot-. wle sl eof ad to dbi I-a towri b a
amble erkgm ? or is the imhiT of a cat In wlanut-dahs tble-clth-b d a r plha. a a dbh, to hold my b
called grot e1 lexcratoe the wrigging gait of the French of mutton. The forks ad poses ma dim and dhy
girls; it gives m the uneasy coavicuon that they have a Be is maped on evry knife. Bhevs-meel, leds14
sor toes and arrow potica or thas they tie both aheer-tin, it should be. I they made' their knvea s f
stockings with a single garter, t"o short to admit of the es- what they make their button, we should carve an ldlau-
tension of the limbs. In the omg it is mincing and un- rubber-stew with I have cut my fnger to dte
natural; and when French gormandizing has clothed the bone in putting on my gaiters I
elderly with bilious corpulence, when in motion, they look 12th ApriL-Visited a cafe-- receptacle for Englibh
like forms of jelly in staggering station ; tottering, with indolqnce and French frivolity, in which meaneeaa aid
unwieldy feet in narrow shoes under an unm.tuanesble finery are fantastically contrasted-marble slabs, real.
impulse. I have seen them take to an ascent to counter- bottomed chairs, giled lanwpf, minded flour, panduls.,
act the force of an original momentum. Cupids, bouquets, mirrors, pipes, bottled beer, drugs, call,
4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, April.-unfined to the house with and parrots. A melange of copipany, and dii ersiiy if
a sore hand, which I cut severely in opening my door- pursuit, are rentarkabl In these extraordinary luiums.
an arduous task sometimes, from the clumsy workmanship The demon of play tortures omne, o lih would slake lthe r
of French locks and latches. Here tIby are centuries being, ere it capable of transfer, on a gnme of ccarts
behind us in all articles of hmarware. Thliir pokers are or bouillotte ; while the table is surrounded by the lovers
skewers, their tongs pincers, and their shovols spoons; a ofthe vice, whose purses are exhausted, but whose pre-
coal-kuttle is a curiosity, a graia rarity, and a hearth- pensity is rather obstructed than subdued. I have seen
brush unknown. The temperature of their rooms is a them, penniless, lingering round the players, till the last
constant battle between the result of one element and the card, when the exulting winner and the dejected lower ide-
violence ef another-the warmth of smoke being constant- part, and leave the tribe of languid tnillers to seek a
ly qualified by the rushing of the wind through windows, refuge from the worlds hopelessness in the oblivion of
doors, and keyholes. You nay sit by a red-hot stove, their beds. Others are clamorously luquacious in drointis
and roast your knees, while yuir extremintiel are frozen, of snoke, the wrath of politics and the inflation of buttllc
8th April.-Visited-- a countryman, who felt a- beer ;-others, again, who fancy that the dlirhlc ofbeing
shanted at the delusion of all his projected comforts. I alone is the love of society, frequent the caf/ to .pit their
remember, in England, his favourite tlnme was the char hands into their brrsche-porket, and snore in company,
of the French climate, the obliging disposition and quic till the garcou wakes them with the intimation,, Yon-
perception of its people. He couldn't bear the atmosphere "ser, it est minmi, tout Le monde rat parli !" I Ihave
of his native country; he hated the dulness and incivility seen niany of my rountrynen inliil.,e tlis olial lhaIt
of its inhaitants ; so he sought a refuge from these intto- of repos, an.I walk away at nlliluht ilthl a sure, a
lerable cvils in the superior tempi ralure, mnanners, and yawn, and a bon oi ruronsr T,. TI' re pi', f st
character of Frant an its popidalitin. lie Hwas ashamed a p'cineon of FI ren.h It ql:ulil. All tr .ds ,, 11. nil pit..
to own his disappointment. le was drinking claret.-i-a lif-ii.ons iniil.le: a sli maniOkr sits pls ..ii a Il ?-i sin,
he called it-which sank like frozen lead within him. 11 i a tlailr aithl a tilker, R hala.lir. lsls a il, a ua'ii iapA
would fain have niulled a bottle ; but his servanntAs 'ain, a nutrcrhianl will n r -iiri str-- l.ho' anlts are sup-
gone, in spite ofa raging storm, to a dance some leagues plied hy a lanlord decorated a thl thel lehiionnry lhoiir.
distant. lie aplpealed, ii nliserable French, to the fe- 13th April.-Strolled into the ihase Ville--th chou e
malo ofa fellow-lo-dger, who answered hini with a broad residence of Nottingham refuee's. Every ullher houa
state, and a perpetual plaiMl '" He succeetd.l, at ezhibits fabriquamt de tulle." My countrynimn are
length, by lantoniime and gibbea.h, in wringing a re. sily diaseirn;lile miotng the isxtlre of inhlabiants. A
luctant pronlis of some boiling water front this type of Lrard aslxc annd a red nose are the dislinciti,' i'ligpnt-
national acquiesce'ncr-this perceptive and ulliging hnnd- lions of an E:itllish ,workman, w liI can rarn, Iby tlshre dla .'
maid. In an hour it came, lukewarm, highly tinclulid oil, nwiffi(r ni l ir sliinIernP aRnd f1r fiotir dsly' in 'voleti dI -
with the savour ofan unclean tub, in which it had been hsicherry. Hl;rk evest anid ntlilated laces rnanifii t tiln
caught from the hous.-lloips; tolerablil sITuffed with Lrease, ili.l''insldeut spirit of our pugnacious counir)nien, wili
and-in a tea cup. Ihr couilil ear hlis l l onIger ; alnd ulilohnl st'.parHat without a deaqIwrule appi4el lo pugilistic
tinceritv comnillled hiin to i nvy, Wai thlwr' evrr ,such skill.-TThe Nottingham enirciation, n't;Iftlvedl on the tur-
a d-1 sst of- ?" lhr lie s topped ; anll I n'- ltred F'rnch, iwsutlrpass( all the riddle's afi. Sp l,:ns.
poundrd with a hern! le Illi everr hboen a u arn en- 14th .Apitl.-Wi ure ridlicnld by our polite teicil-
coumiast of FIrenchli furniture. I saw him wrigeline to Faod bours fior our slislphmy. Il point 'of frequency, they
fro upon his chair; Ilbing snwimesllst lulty, he lIund him- far surl: is us in the tle'r f imnpionus exrlatiniatin. I IaBV
self uneasy in his seal, over which Iis Britannic person l harid- il.d ofuitn too-frot;u female lips in France, ex-
was expanded like a toad-sil. O on its stem. Let it pI lss, I*,oils Ui(ii a aoIl-liresd lilHrine in Ei npland would
drink Old Engiland !" lie a sured nle that the winr, at lIe i nrl. risl to .. I cannot pollute may pula'r by rr-
Ilast, was excellent-and surely wholno4ine ; buit It. cordlitt hiliI. Olil M min.
swullsowei! every biumpir wilh the air of onte who takes e
draullitl y o ,u ll, o giCurd against its naustea. HIt, seemed At Ite uopenne of the Irepr nt season of tle Parliament,
to lbhiur throulh ;i holll' f>or the coniperniation of hio wil,l
which wa., in tL--i tr.l a i i lnd ofr nilpoMlaoiu n ain s il Mr. ( W. W'vyinnon mn.ovine flr rthe -.-leclio of Mr. Masl-
healthflul pnreerss..-,r-a quart of braBd,, ith a liery "'r' Sito"n to the chair ofl'de I houo of ('CoaIinOl made
twan., blhlteidi in ai fasihiti of hii own, with scronoltiral siunne snstibhh remarks on the quRlities required by d.e
consileratiso for lin water, which, in Calais, is bthll bad dlutie of that station.
and scarce. At tlhe present slament a derrre of excitement and
9th April.-I was arrested for three francs, hy the irritation prevails, almelnt without a parallel; aid such a
malice of a Jezahbl, who fouunl that I had purchased time every man must I;.tl, it tn be of the first iDnilace
articles, in which she dealt, at othlr shops. In this land to selel a fit person tot enforce lle orders of the houa, aid
of modern lihbrty I paid the- sixty sous, and stood superior to maintain the privileg-s which members hekl, not for
to their lenient and impartial laws. their own henefi, but fosr that of their conslittens. In
Mem. Never to owe another sot in France, and in- nothing were tkoe ~constiluentsmore interestedthun in Ile
variably to have Acquit' on every bill, iwever large or presernation of lie orders ,of dli houas, which had for Iheir
srnaL obli'ct tos in.ur t .l irI's Isilig fast '.l I inilsroperl lihrough
Ifth April.-Thr French have no ildra of what we the hou-s,andl I t cnsi.re their ec sin;C tlihe full rconsi.L- i
call a home." Their ph.asures are of a vagabond, Iration which was r.eqisite. Fir thli re,..sn it was, liev:nd
external character : their sole anid whale' pursuit is money, all hllincs, important ithalt rie ptrson elle'cltl to fill ihe I lair
I never followed any Frenchmn n talking, but nioney, asould lie possessed of a high anll iniplepeindein rchanracr,
money," was the topic of their cenvetsetion. Their gri- -tlli he should he une from whom impartiality titigliY Ie
maces, bows and phrases area nmierahle compound offal- expercld on all ocasions,-wlh should have tl1 ability
lacious humbul. I see no friendships round me--very to i y down the rules of the house, and the firmanu-s o eiI-
thing is artiriial and deceptive. They have not our faidtls: force thrm against any individual who miuht attempt to
but they have not our virtues. They are satisfied with contravene them, and, at the aime tirrn, dte country to
inconvenience, dirt and wretcliediness, l:ceaus they never impart useful information to inseriencedl member, and
knew the rucmfort, cleanliness and plenty of an Enclish- to acquaint them with the rule which they might main.
man. Their propensities are not propensities of princi- i nationally transgress. Beyond these there was another
pie. A Frenchman has no piety: his religion is a furm qualification which he held to he of the greatest con s-
-a mere expedient; not a Ifeeling or a duty. He holds quence that their Speaker should poosaur Ibcsea with o
nothing to be reverend or sacred. In the saying of the it all de others would be in vain. He thought ihla d.h
imp!int wit, Voltaire, they were alternately tigers and person to Ie called upon to pireide over their debates
monkeys. The breed i croussl. and now they smack of should pusess the cunfi.dense of stl- 1Ise, from thr kcnow-
both. They lack tle rsaional devotion of good subjects, ledge of his having deserved it. (Clwtrs.) fligh ad
and hardly one among them can regard authority with imnprtam t as the offie of Speaker wo., he poieasd no
deferent alrection. They deat on politics because they authority whatever but that which was derived fnru tol
vary, and -tboninate all order from the feat of perma- confidence and rapport of the house. To no perat could
nenrs They talk of liberty and equal ri-hts, while the thit confdenre ndmpptrt e given with equal mtiafartion
spirit of their law protects the ro gtry of narivos, and and with so Ihtle h:sitaiPn as to tle person alo lad to
exposes foreigners to injury and percution. Why wa.s itefuiy ndl advantaeomsly filled the situation uf Spraker
I subjected to the Inns of fredim, and a pmible ex- for now 14 years. (Hl r.) That genllemae bad been 6
peame of great enormity, becauw by accident I left unpaid times selers-d by ifte house as their I easker, and on san
a bi of sixty sous Is Ihis their rights of man, heir occasion he had reoraid not only iucrease of rrputatiiu,









edid u pLt.ook b yo l Go eIn. Do yaw
dida n hWe ,-,Ader amusand she will dshot* Proemed to Je C duties by th youpreent. If Sir ert Pel ce
11ml ls O s, that th A at on ce d ow your W
t4s ~ sh ~alioulo m i yC ~'as d ea in clas, Alde irp h" SW i
-flh-it w bigb a S .- "am" his. ameop Web-ai'ir P-imek h .disa beIfitted a, in *alnl AIr Sp Iux 3 B _
kow"Miaf s m and like children yo' will be on s, uakyour rm a
pow 4-. Alsanm d5IPMSMIo @Mp rglip. Sr ak6, by its Ma1y, haou
Lh h d ira o M by the dys, be effectual, through your L tIo whom alone I woaig
Se ed to dh m r l hic, dr a h u E Indes. Brother Jouathe. doe not appear to appeal. G kilsmtu lok to yoaum4 w b mp e
o m likq; they idea h? f at his commerce retarded in the ,p! CuasTOrAu M CLA O. .
F h y ia iM... n, it oim bl the frel -u- -to- ." 'mcL
S tudart s upon the s his ag uspectd Ia that qartr. Boaston. They state," 1hw plague i committing it. rava.
wa t p to ad spont h o hi et a h le rci and in the isle OfitRbud; the G( erne of .-nayrna hal
It t h y aso pa"1 u a th o erloSrok the W w A raossa"and- 1as been received, t d m rlat Wisng taken measuring by which aall vnre frot from I uarter,,of
lep Tby edevg lroe o bhis tim Hd earve u off h grm and 4ality, the their Im falen whatever ag, Ill be subji c to a qurnudim,."' In spite
ay di sIkU wWicip tL oIIrtow Ih e ld isnto the me rrn. As w have received one or two of tse precautions, two eM dplgue had been know
ty athmtnens which reuanetniue p t i 5
ohes last Peon. in cos qmac of ofe the m conmmuications from tlilAme pen, in which the low t in myrna before the Tensda filed.
beala eapamd with tim grat and momentou qurion currilio y was descnded to by the person whom we su- On til h i st. E Tu Bey, Governo o yrm,
whicil come before It. It wage necmory that thisb seand'r .nt visited tile frigdtU Colliate.lltion, commnaonded .1, Captain
whir came before k. It wra necsary that thi business pect to be die identical IS tlerier," and directed nsat .adswrth were e lea the U. S. Consul, Mr. Oa n
nld w i ane dthatat hl, oud nder mle cr iuntn peake omu lves, we now be to inform hin that, if I will let u and several other Americans. On hi leaving the frigate
Spesou who, Intend of shrinking from labour, would ra- know wino iw is, his letter .hal he printed. Ile most nit uslute wau fired.
thr outlrip the wibtl ofthi houe in the discharl ul irmagiue lat .l e can inale5 ourslves a party to the double A letter from Cai dated May'9th, state that a piratial
bualmes. Buch i person thrhou would have in the right n.ernnes. of venting acrinony, and wnek to hide tihe author schooner had soune days benre attacked a vessel bionging
hao. rntleman wlant hbe had the hoaour to propotse to tleir lbhinsl a anonymous signatLure.' The .Meunber is kiown to tht island and n i a.,crt thi ee b w.
F mathe. It was with s~sfsrtionn hets rn'li'ced tlint it was l'l'The courier of the 7th says," this week has been mark.
motre. It ya. .wine hrI had fr r phe nraied tha wa to as----let uin know sor "Salbchrihbr" al.o. ed by disorders of 3 serious nature, which have scantsr d
nowg ore firn year..inrio h tile right on. geniirlurlan And- al;lann a-non.g dt peaceable puriion of our populatio."--
o prSthe Odin a tnloan obf;o ria t if th.y elec aned hm p. ') rimens of .erman (;Uaim.--''he most areeable of We,. e n furlherlir notice of any disrlurbance.
would experience from him dal nunio if Armi n' asll H comipanions is a simple, frank man, without any high The Porte Ias transmitted It thte (Gvernor of the soi
mctney whil.lh tly must aigre wrid. him nI tinkhking tdais pretensions to an oppressive greatn, : one who lo,, ., veral pr,, incs tie aldlowing othial bulletin respecting the
he had shown hinimlf pi, muse d of. life, and uaderm andla U se of i; Uldigiing,-alike at all to pi-rsiont in Alninia.
"' 1tsLb beLtirn been verbally announced, in time battle
Above rs ;e all, of a golden temper, sad steadfast as slhii'h t.ook place in the environs of Trirleripe ila n tie
nW A & an1aLRr. nan phchor. lFor @icrh an one. *e elailly exrlinri tihe trloi s .un.dr tll.e conmanind offi hiihighn"ns thKe Grand V:-
*o greatest genius, tile ma brilli.nnt wit, tlie pri oiiniest sivr, ainl tlhe rnlbels urIer the connmind office parchisliih
thinker. LESIst;. tw', nils, infamous partisans ol'Mustoplia pacha of Scodra,
NATUI;I AY, AUGIUNTT 9. 1 P431. Be and continue pol or, oung mn, while ts li % la cid (I.*e Astanurd of ruvwlt, ur d lnavin cnrronan-
ad you grow r byfu n, cll ii niun'r etf ,|, of our soldier with success, 4t4000 nif i,.e
.un... d you, grow rilt by fraud and dik.iyally ; Lb wilth-' rebels paissd under the edge of the swodn, and ithir -tents,
His majesty's schoner Nimble has, we observe, hien out place or power, while others beg their way iupwrd ; nimnitinnin and barag'e fril into .or land.n. Tim' ariniy of
hmuled up, to undergo the mlat thormigh repair; which bear the paini. disallpointedl Ipes-, while ollers gain tI"t GrAnd Visie'r then procenlidl tlwarlns Kieuprilni, anll
may ultimately h, a total renewal of d hull. It haI the .r acc plrshenit of lth.irt's -'y 1, tl..r, ; fore.o ti d iw dii. after hi. .naIi.- 'iurd a .l lntwk thie rtiIs in the
been frequently riunimred that the ininritions .if hlis Mli. gracious pire'un.- oll til' hamd, br %hichl others criniige nti. ;'aptur ,,' a great Imintitiv of uil nuInulition and pio i-
j y'a go uvernnui-n were, to build several hri'. of u;r nnl ald cra I. Wip your ll in your wii virlnr, sand slk siins Iy ti'. ia ,inpirial IHn lI.
selhoinrr. of a .nmallr clahs enli-rly of our nais, malt.- a friandl, anid ym r daily lresd. If vui liir, in s mh ()i tli l 11 NI i e rebelli to1 th numIeir of 5l( .(N I,
rial, whiht had bienl hiily al iprovd olf h1 tile ahliral- i- cI'-iurs, grUsin crT ,. iih iunblinniilhd honour, bul-ss nliie onninh- d ,it Iaa lston io in the route b T a.. a
for durability, tb,.ilty of .cin., aid ri.nouarI ness r and di*. i'.ahint- i antl... K 1 r. .nnl. it 1, i otd isi'r rl s ndi .An'l ki
tilnnnll titili'.. ,- ia-' n shy ?nnsu' nic, r s tr c on .'tn,, k
mitenres of grain. A inil depot, of hiv,.r small l.min all pii ni, .i Ih iW itr r''i'idar trnupis, and LI irrin- ;-
magnitude, would giv, a fresh inml..iti to .i r aloti.it 'T roTi: I.t.Ir.LAlTUoRS OFITlOLDISLANDS. Iro ii, of Tl,,,Ak,;,kk anl K.WIghli,. Tle shuck si. m,.
/ r o.'arid minttc, i r inc rtciini tin' niplo ni'nt uitm' e n ni l si .e nl.g
Spartlyd ret' r ,ot .ni t e o e late bate ,in the West-ln lia Qwestion iois in I It- I)I IliUrlIer, at mlld eiver thk r ll hi'ig bI,
Sat present idhl calnatinte-r. (all of whin have fro it ll'- re. u yvu to ,irlli n, lour only hopell ill be in tme over- thei. sitf qua lint of ars, Ilinitiiii anit bail 'age I. i
Snes become proportuionately wortiles) but Ibe renit tlat tbrou ul tile presentl asniniilntrliuon. A new nioivie neet |l in,, ,in lil ,if ( r .t i tliiin i .
it would aofrd for our various woiim. TIl bane fua t I fa ive' ivn ti l l new Pairlineit ; thius ln P siinel ill I. 'wI .. T i .ranid Visifr wisihine to presrn-e all the ai sI nlnUris
upon its becoinin. notutious, thalt uar islands possessed so wraimd (if they kel eir threats) beti're an3y Parliamnentar, 1 f this victor, le.rnit thal ih. rebs l were nitt-nmpttin tI.
e reurce, ad tt such rource a i iIportance caI be a lacniled to tlli in 'w-l.in ied Ordelr in rally anil flirtily th,-elnhenlst la boun Kh~liul niar K ii-piali,.
rval- e a resre, ad fa uch ltource w o" A (otii which is to b, forced ulln you adv t oill. aIv as \ l)-r;llnit ml,% ..nyent u ,,iy..lr'w a,,ii.ll,,d 'Jl ihereU
sterling a nature as to draw ie attention four govern- wlilrh. in the words ol'" t ale ul.eline p.ar. illrnl' i, .iiX'rli,, i t,.,.. i biinel nu ,. ilir i ark iied Ian.i ttn inie io Ihhnk
mwat, would occasion a large etrn demand for articles of son (spoken by hb tool Lord Ilowirk,) il sewin, ii nenirli ofri, l.i-n,-e. Tinlt paIchm otr.'lora .l' .0s i tHr inl prsmn ; Iu
foreign export, ahich, according to die best li en upon rauly with its nianunisionli b si-idns, .i minute', by I.s.ca.l n i lh li attenilanls, abindoilineni all hi rents, vwaC-
Ih. rim of comnaonoedhs, would wuere to the Colony hours, by days, by week', by iniontihs. nal 'ear's. 'T'l*v eons. and eli.rns, wlimh have Ia..n .izs.d Iby mr tron
wht in at presentwould have shown less ineUllectll nepliriuc, less incaam- In tti. diiffnrl arctic, they haven hivin'ed great intn-pi-
wat it t w ama arising m city, ayitmy proposed tie paurl IH.U IIf frelo'nin iy jlinit nlitv. anl in all tirir In makiia.in rne conducted with admnir-
duet of it. labour, or physical force. I pay ),,u not tio I. &alriulld or lI-d naiy b)a liv tineln I i i: irn' inin.
SIn our present almon discoloniod state, with a consr- of partial communication of diaiesl (to lnbich I alluold an li is siid lat .lurlnha micina has arrividI safe a Is'iul.,
quot reductrln of demand for all articles of import, we m"y extract); it cannot l"e easily conmpaissd, and if yo) |,n U. have inm,,nlini certain as to this. C('ii unicanlinis
se other source. s of were all briod into inmprudent co~nesion tnreby, an i with in hIave b.t,. rut .tr n all ,.%les"-Rs.. LD. Adr.
tcanrasuc aov oe aoperroqntiun that ca In earlh partake ofdth ndvanaci', olie meition int
warrant a hope, that the time" o often and so jointly 'arlianinl and nou wouldi hb wonrs thIan vou wr. lawimn. ME CO
ceded hard" can assa a milder or mome genial vto ftll inslil trap oIl our enemnis. 'T'e old, the loval, t c i i t
asport. If thoe who a. m foof lid of amliorating thU. il- oriial l Co t i ratGreat-tain thaIt brne so n o eic d Ihrr o in pi r on
condition of a class who are happy now, and were moasn added lustre to her Throne, through Wal and trials, muons 'itah ul-t. and ktlter re, Tamspir. to th exio h int. e
mel i ri' o the nw ua ul'(;ia. Trini- Tie nnsl pn'rfi.l trinsqdinn'v rteaoL'i-u tliroceuinint Ie'
s a year ag, had used the infec they so vaunt a dad, sa t. Lucia, whom sugars hase so lonr and so mna- 'rh moit, lrf('r tranquI lY r.ci d th lrorut hlmll-
avowd eimine of the Colony, for its benefit in thi way. nerially added to that glut In tle market licrh has been dcireet d at on paul' t auction a'ntlion of Gverinxmeant f -
we d nw be a happy laboring people, whoe ea- and still is your constant aflictlion. ired n puli ain a th be o -
ergi's of body heing directed by the ead of the com- Gentlemen, I pray yo~w.attention to die corroiborrntion I ai'nddinL knoaluri to an il cllsrse of thne people, thenlrey
manity, would have called fourth the just, tie spotaneom dof i urmises o n tline St. Lucia petitinc--got up, to tie a lirdiag a rai the liberal t i n dn; r t heli nv w 'oi c tIr e pre-
maty, w.old have called forth the jet, t .ponmo outerdisace of '.,rs. J,.remie and FIarqniar.m, fmrlit,. sI Aliniistrsrti'nn; fir those only who f,iar hrind di n-
filag of gratioude, from t ie harts of those win nmw, purple, a' I sspectei, of being laid hi-forr the Govern- lih't po "th eir acts surround them.lves with duarkinie.
Ni's,- tlli o1" 0'm iniso v hnd In'eni shipped t an'amal'milt,.%
aeeped in idlnes, jmutly execrate what they cannot owat. Lord AlthorlNe, in his wi.lom and ith plenitude 0 oN hrmn s o mne of his d. 1. ir n sin ani o maulier r.i i.
pe- eat. We me only utbmitm. inder tie comnla- his k lnowlede, states that the Coi|Hlxosirv Mblantaini.ill n Nir the mne it ofCte dNivenids on the uoatnotnsr b ln i
tio u ea pmed by the poet, Man er i, but a-nd lar' Pn tetorship to he the ey ,aoi.Mt in liuae. : nr, t, o k
way so be t while in the C.um moment he say. you havl, dnqe nohbin., Tie ic,priden has appointed is D
and A ludes to it as an eraaple, and mnst enxcllent aulho- NianI iie flill, Jialg-r-Auditoar of Ih' Sanee oady A. A-
rity, for forcing upon you fresh Orders in Couticil. A ai.a manl ieea ouelld, Jr I ki-Aowledofl the repi o 1.
STlegrdaycameon fortrialintlhelamace Cortof (VicK letter, only yeatery received from St. Lucia, corril ,- hii* a mat elebrMed for knowledge and the refr ,-
Aadrally.lbhe roo WilmnV y .atesmy amspicionsas teothenanureof the petiion. "aisa Iliny ofhishrhancier,as tininsaar Plofiipnpeniioarv extr-
rer stytes thath Actually war t on nitsy Jrline m nali iarv tin tine Gove'rniuant of Giannihn aa snd ('losrmba.
sol Judl'ge.. dL.&.a respei g frfeio to the Falruharseo -ha of the tl2 si g ai ln's, thore of ilhe -.v. OrWia. Rirf.
Crwm of mthee B es tih property ofr rtaoi Janus whites wre under 50-that not more than ten were pro-
smipemn W ims of(lhe ldland, Planter,er an alleged palor and that the nmjority wvin refugees from 3l.,r- A story is ITrrent in the apolitical circle, bllnh it has
bshef thehoiti lew. Thi cam for thl proseceo tiniqae. Gentlemen, I speak under authority, many kindl no"t aisared in any f the journals, thu L.ril Willium
w aea iend by the Anory GO rial, aml m fr d '- frid anany to whom my thanks are due--o lihoil I i'ntiinckl, lthe Givernor-(tioeral ul India inylited all tl,'
S. tby 61 A Bo iier am uankimwn-kw-ip me wel infonnre. I state o!1 officers wl,) comnposop his safl, to dinner: iliat, in I -
si. di me hby a d A facts, for which I can almotin all cases advance naurihority. 'li'"' ner, thie conlmain' of l hi E'aellenry. luev all anten-
SAs e wi der the irerio of th Judge, This Petition, if neglected, will play the very devil u it 'led.r At down hlo nn mit snoptluou spreal., bht" nwill er ale
S cwme a enti to detalk l-dy, t ht an await his do. vou. Il is a yom duties, all your inerets, in ~expoi it. nor drunk, and after a slort period IlIhy aIl rose trom the
i tb.wb -l p- rfrlm d aw pron parti uIa hofhi It is the deepest part ofthe gae yet played by yonr ene- 1ta'le a''ui tik their departure.
aid, whihlI, & ain ,iro I cma -am "Lf a .. It was to form. and. if they ks'p aihir ;v- --
la hi fmm ci"e. (which God, of hi infinite merr, forbihl, for all your ake) limn' o latrloo .- Thlere are in Idm proeint er tive > r-
--o md m -w n will fornn-tle i found plans ,f the stnicture to lie rai-.d ti, ric'. from t r;ink oll ii iai uprwars, of thel amlnv., :
vow ruin by the present Ministry, at the hbek of ll. a ipears frn l-m dli W." priixm Io to their analm' in lls-
The TP iq B Drig Trafalgar, f'o 1 ies a Leam Saint' ariy lit ,ofth' nin li-.ti fliers who servd! at WaHIr-
arrinvd Iew h e eeinag, wih rsecre fr ta t sas W.. Thie lliisn't are srryforrsooth, fors. Proprietoro in I1.-; ,one fih.lil-mar.sal, (ths, Duke, of Wellington;):I:re
SEno-land (who have been, with the M-.rrhlanit, rriuilly Ine- cL-' irnis, (IhI Prinre lit Orange, tihe Marquis of .'tia.es a,
L L taoched as Batrbndoe, to 1 nd a par of lectlfor ar, twentv years of your inicrets,) but to yu th.ert .,1 Lord Hill;) 14 li.;. nanl -'..enls ; 9:'najor-p.w r ll
r aC *c e o i'ai not ctln to o ao a;pprl-piositii e nlanoates are thenor- 19 .oelon'rl; 1POlireiillani;-cihnuo ; aiul 117 iinajior.


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.. U I ; Leopi I be aUs- than w Im ate"ai. We
i Nt aerl Cmw .Tw b are aBl saen, bewne, hi tsorhee hm II b m amItily in is
tMhe mSl of. Ilae Field btesO. T* BneluSmi Mmin ememto a e ben ite by
srie biy the w length and eemresm oftr dive rele
he s Ma.. (9th Ju __ onse of t sp~e e P delivW upon thi oamW diplay
B(B th I I j prgethheble cleveneis, ad s d l&N, te whale, i h .
Mhf 1 mw ba during the w ule dy he emttableo to the uIens of the Assembly. The pol in
Sheb t is l~ hi, h. ease, id smm- d I the gllsrim wen ei epree pon Ma e day. a
a h eoal, and 4r was oauthling thai eurited The Regent is especaed of at being bldimup d a In-
s.ln- teim th Is a hieali II nde eve ing, he we .a seie the obstacles to ihe imdlate aenm l oft th Cae.
ir O'lock, ue he ka loe d t do fo sume aSoe OLok appg n has *6mu et all at -
We w, mu-- o al- upto anailld ito umue bi- rt "you thse ,ebe Of ,, .Poe r pew -- quite a
- s appeaUnd qoite wll; tnbout reo a'esi L he ged to hiak but a shon etsm age. The
SlJ ppred quite w..ll; aboul t t co ito ia ag n appem to bave bee at work in laS and sd
I I O he sileloy lull indisposed, and caled to bii e~*er pla ;.. nd his Royal Hilghes may alsady man tha
lmod hIn forbade tise to awakes any body, or even in his new Ieat be will be reposing upon ny dig bar i
,I t a physician. It was eat tii past 8 o'clock, that, l of r s..
Sias re growing wor,; he ordered MI. Schgelgl,
phsyicia in ordinary to the Emperor, to be calkd, but Extrnt ofa letter from Laguirs, dated July 15, to a
dsad ti~auobody elk' huld be duaurbed. When ta genetleniaini in New York:-" The affair to the windward,
doctor came, he saw symptoms ol choloer, which soon be- headed by Gen. Monagas, has been settled without blood-
ci ,ary violent. 'Ihe k ever attacks which usually ac- shed, and the authority of VonetSla, under her consti-
n iepw this disorder, lasted several hours; the patient tutionl and laws, again re-established. Every thing and
., irsdiately bled, leoehes were applied, and very every part of Veniessea, is mow tUirely quiet. It will take
sintlirtion employed-in short, no nmauns that nircht bsine lontull to render every thing regular and establish
ilTMr relief was neflerlerl. The Field MIarshall, retsailit confidence; however, it is Io he hoped it will be done, and
i bL peesnce oof mind, ordered every perol except lihe for a time at least, wl shlall have no more BuckenL uis. By
il sttendants to quit the rioin, lot fear ofthelir.takin thie Su)t, tosail in 10 days, and Decatur, I will write more
Ibl tagion. About seven o'clock tile ilysicians .uc- fully. Our market is elulted with flour."
.edd in producing perspiration, aind the i patie't became -
Iu asy). Up to this mnioiment the crasmip had been but Within thllirten months, ending thle 1st ol'July, no legs
illlh, aiild the patient suffered only frO1ii tlii alterliate lit' tltha tlliriein sovireign rulers ceased to govern, either in
ofllivering Ind burning heat. llp.riien .s IIen and eight consequence of the will of their Own subjects, or iy the
o'cl ck cramp conullno!ced in the le-., anrd in the illternal mandate of a higher power:
parti of the Iuly, and the iintisrniing pIlis which England-uGorge IV., dead. France-Charles X.,
seeme.l insullrrablr, continued till near ten o'clock, when deposie. Algiers-Mahmnoud, turned out. Rome-Pius
the.groans of the i):tii'nt becatiio lIess frequent; but his Vlll., (dead. Saxony-Antlony, deposed. Naples--
vital powers uvidetl) dliininisl:d. T'I'e breathing became Francis, dead. Belgium-William, deposed. Sardinia-
iwre and more dillicull; the patient soon fell into a kind Charles Felix, deposed. Brunswick-Duke Clarle, do-
of edtlarry, scarcely interrupted by thu unfrequent iiotions )msonI. Greerce-Capo d'lstriaL,, resiMned. Brarils-Don
of thie hI.ad-lthe Iyesilidt faildl. At a quarter past 11, Pedro L, abdicated. Colomnbia-Bolivar, dead. Poland-
the irrelsrable Iou which w,* lInve sustained took place. Archduke Charles, deposed.
Divise Providence, ill its inscrutable docrees, had deprived
the ar y of its illustrious cutnioander.-Journal of St. The Romnans deposed their Dictator, Minttios, and the
Pe rsurgA. June IS. -inel'ral oftlwir ava:lrv, Caims FIfaniii., on the same
It is .tatel in the Prunsian Ginrtlle l that tle late Field day they had been elected, because one of the citizens of
Marshal Dw.'itsch's lhoid ha. been ol.ined by Dr. Koch. I one had heard a monise squeak.
Whu proniunii'ce, t liht he died f l!'r . (l.,.

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3 otts Berley and Co's Ldadam a tes
40 Kegs White I p2
10 do. Black Pa
At es Mentl's Crdit,
A neat Jersey Waggon
A do. Double Carriage
A Lligt GIG
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This sittlliret divid-s. ;attt-,in wih thi Hitefori Hill. ai',edil2 .ve'ur., holsniild mnnlier, auiil temrrate defmen-
Nu iau lia'l imairt ci ti uli ler a i,)lIse without beniiu 'il ( i ourgained hliil tlhr.lu I lil. IIle reTspertiol'll who knew hliti.
Irmo l ed loul is, and the I' p1)rl hdlih1 at h ioni Hand abroad, --
t.asci cl the u..t alic.ui, irlitis. i short, thr. i; 3 O3 Q ttI L tt V3 V31 20
a saiuplu e plnlio al l i 'Oni iilllkil .r' el pr. on ie tl Inure 2
u oerroora., I Hv trust tli.,t Tlihe ti.et to which th,. ill- Ii ',rry person ahown th team thart Islands, after Aus
msee hai preAil.d.i, as well a- ti s!.ife ,t' nuirtalin, will haring resided therrin for kte space OfTHItTV i DTV, mus
be fni ,.,I t have beuren ,4A .rai.rl. hI I ,Mi,.n. ,1,. i c- ,irr rrority at thr Secretary's Offie, rput ,uphisonamein
Csrlio111 It o lO f h, i rk.t h arn i-ru al inh fro m ll lo &l
otl ir places, nt.l m.r l..i One, to in 2) i thi' il- iini t liu "n aid" Ofer f r TEr -N tl 'I p eiomus t1 hildeprO urt- af-
sulfrm.ni; while at Wa.r.al. ua II.d it wis prouced two, tr hicb at lany tione during FriYTr-rFIVE IiAV, a Ticket
manili4 agno, it seemi tl have imade hIti lithre Iir.riss. Wi, may be obtained.
are ftr Iroi denh iL', thlit thlli til is of a nature to de- NAMIE. OF PERSONS
mand the imo.is seritits atnlltiiiin ; andl this, we are glad tio AlRI'T TO OBTAIN TI KETS roR IPEPARTtIaF.
6ufd, it in miiit will. Al lii It docliiirits received troin toi h July, MI nul Arron A I
abroad by our tisverlllnii it were tra;,ii.ulled la.s wi'ek to e2ld .. Jame lslack nentsR
tln Collee of Phlysic.ia;ll by a loni a crillinitii'e was ap- . Andrew Sllmp'on South
pointed, w'eso nt luring ms rral suIrc,'eive daiv, il,'ludilnh 1i7th Augst - Wm. H. Roach V. S
Sun ilda, snd in'.lowed upon the inllveliCRliiin all the carn' and V
aild ant e' ll which it nleri ted. 'The points ot wlhi, h the ir 1 Au
opilaon was more p-irticularly required related to thle lso de ---
in which the diwiie Ls propacratsd, and ihe cion',luent a
aecessty, or olherwiase, of q.araitine. The couiul:s-onu
aI wiich they have arrived i%, that Il' dlimsase is inlec- PORT OF N.AS IAU, N. P.
tious in mu far as regard its pa-'ing froin out' persoTin ito _ -_ _-_ _-
anotier ; ind tly i.1 not hilok upon it as proved Itha it AI tiI\ LI),
may not als. be tnuiisite.l by goods. IaMth Aug.-Am. I. Governor Pari. I.indev. Boston
Under thewr circum.ianiel.r ithe have jldgedl it mols Lumlner. Shingles. Corn. Ieef &d Th
prculont to alvicate itr. lirprirt. ol strict quivrantine lbein to Josaen TmHOmrPos.
enforced h.,lli on persit, and! meirnh.lindilz. It is r'- 7th II. M. Ship Race Horse, %WIhamq. Hermud al the
umarkable tlha the connuimnta iare hs, t ,o iiine lu tlhi t thrh i rig T'raal~ rga, tewsa Leiune, last Barbadoes Mrs.
ciloll, ill opp.ation both to the opinion. oft lhow ieh IiIv iY 2th p. Sch. Luion. C(alada, Caub left at
Seuo cholera in Inia, and the grual Ilaidjorily of tllh., wl, t utl, and Pant MaNr Wood. Tner
have witness it in hlJw norti-,.ast of Eiur, The o PETAMMo C cher
have taken ti. facts oftIme inrraiuir, inhl dit..wn froi thiet l CLE I\RED,
c.cluio., f.r Ihe mt isarl, .,' an oppoiilte ,ature. 1 t":,,h Pth. Prime. Iludon, Port Antonio, Jamar, C
has beien decided liat nielical ronimiil' bll t .is l rlwill. cnith Lng Exetrr. Baillie, Havana ell
espatched to Ri;a ailn D)anric, coniltinr in pearl o-
gentlemrse to whom the cholera of India is franiliar. The SAILED,
public nuy rnst assurnI that all Ili- pri.enti.al iwa-s lrl. ttrh Brig Fphemia. nowden. I.iverpool
wtich the necessities of the rcae require are in operation : 'th 0i bh. P'rinros. Ihuison. Ponr Antonio, Jamicn
ald we would caution them against beille Inn,.-t.ari 1_ili
alarmed by the er Iluermted accounts which are alnavr I'ASSENGER ARRIVED. 11b. 1s
given under snch cirrimnstancesr as the prensnt, as well as In tl n Spanish Srhooner ln'ion :-Mr. Borago.
against being led to place any reliance whatever O"r sIN' PASSENGE8 SAILED. V
nmmr,mu ma.thods of trealmeanl nrn eommeonld throuli hIll In the rMe Euplhemia :-Ca|l. E. Webb, of II. M.
lIepam of he IAres, br well nme-ain :ltlbu weak awl credu- 2,1 . Rer'. : S.rce str. M'Knight and Simpson, f
tlie plnsorm. A "iong lse -e eAs t particularly. allude itI with their familiius, and several Orphan children.
e plan of coveriae the patieis wi:l a ullnivers1al Rata- may h
ptasm of lemp-~et l which a ro.ntinslnrv ha.sliile FOR NEWW YOR .k indebt
1`13 tteateof tualiv Au ere i ur lTh The hne fair sailine schooner Three Sisters, by the
w aiopi'ed n.rlhtullyv aioutetu,,i ilon hae ln two lt I mwll w h dispatched with as litrl, delay as pos- the de
Ctpii.iii ofthe hnhian practiti,.nrs haa line ts..,rls l.nit tb Ajr,. F r or pasg Epjlly to' Captain paid a
to lay a.i.lp nal oatimpt, at the ilc ,.oerv .r of prifics, andl -- ble. For lfroihl or pwase apply uo Caprain paid
It treat tihe diai, on cei.ral prin,-.. .l-, arcoring (lan dr IIENRY GREENSLADE & Co.
"vnoni in e ,c particular as'.: t.ir !,. mRlady its.lf, Ammn 24*h &
in4 I' effects ,f rem,.die., difler v,.r) much ill different N4 OTICE.
inhilu .. NOTICE. P

Brnorls "t'" of the th iry. conran thie tires in be ilIE SRI'SCRIBEIIS will mcll on Monday next, at immec
atrvl onr h,'t Jqo.,lv.a, thr n he- I Ilthe Vernde lIons, at six months credit, that well lhates
Iyrin. ng. rn ThIqs ,iun sl". ath, in n n.re hour on 1 ri iro ,omn I'sr sailing rcopper fastened boat MAJESTIC, st of
portnet i ntll Thrile, hen it :e o < r.. ,,e Ti h ve air wili **t ill liOt aind mnateriaL.'
deca.sine would be enwhl.irv.. T!e oplostini l re in Ir II. Galr.vLADI Co.
hol.l and ir look, now a. if le r ,. in f.ur oif fune .itt 211.. Jut


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BY HENRY ADDERLEY.

On Memday mes, Lt, 29Me int.
AT Tu vNDUus movUSE
At so Weae A.a.a
Will be Sold.
Case Brown Platillas,
do. Lawns & Linens,
do. Bed Tickingo
Bale White Cottons,
Buox of Nero Pipes,
do. Durham Mustard,
Trunk Women's Howe,
Furniture Dimity, &c. Ac.
us, CAt.
ust 27tih.
BY JOHNSON & SAUNDERS.

On Monday next, the 29th instant,
AT THE TFNDUIE MOUlE, -
At 10 O'Oloek. A. N.
Will be usld
At two Momths Credit,
Barrels Wheat Flour,
do Jamaica Sugar,
nst 27th.
BY JOHNSON & SAUNDERS.

On Monday next, the 4th eptemew,
AT THE VENDULR NOVE,
At 1 O'elook, A. AL
Will be Sold,
At a Credit of four Moths,
.ot of of Land, with the Buildines and Improve-
thereon, situate ins the town of Nassau, bounding
on Hill Street 43 feet 8 inches, East ,n Lot of
andls, 91 feet, North on Lot of J. Perpall, 51 feet,
Vest on Lit of G. Lightfoot, 91 feel 6 inches.
m,,st 27th.
BY HENRY GREENSLADE & CO.

On Monday, the 12th September ext,
AT THE TINM D HOUIE,
At 1a O'lok. M.
Will be sold, without resenre,
a pleasatly sitnuaed House and Lot in Bay 8u1t,4
corner of Culmer Street, at parent occupied by
Elizabeth Wanor. A PInt of he Premies wi he
the SubIacribers' Stare for inspection.
ms-Six months credit from the day of mle,tlber-
giving approved Security.
ut 6t 1831.

RIST CHURCH PARISH.
triw vaossr
AVING fixed the anize of apEAu It the rate of*
per barrel of superfine Flour, Ordered, that thl
. Loaf do weigh 2lbs. bot., and (ite sixpeany Loa
as. By order of lie Vestryv.
DAVID SPENCE, Vestry ClI -e
nyT Room, 2d August, 1881.

NOTICE.
HE SURSOBUBER, intending to leave the
in all November next, callMa al those to whLem
e indebted for their reqpctive demands; snud
ed to him, he earnestly request, *i sttle thL -
end of September ensuing, to ol him to mo
mandi agnais him, and all accounts rmmaising dw
t that period will be sued for Iladlirime .
h July, 1831. BROT. WIER.
LAST NOTICE.
ERSONS iR' remaining ialdeb mr Is me* efd
late DreALo BLAJi, decsmBd, a re qmedkt o
dite pap nt, the Ihu er b klber isnuacMd hIe
tato Iri dulay. Alaccru emllqn il l*p
beptembhw t, w81 he put in n.al
G. C. ANDE kIN.
Adi ,m.
r0, 1831.


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'Now sa, dhis fI hi ll s bemph tit h iw ai di
ft;, On Zee R1*aIL@R m tas dhmst b m"an td *" On thd am- msmay 4dth eedaim b ~i
U / t s 19 NO& maOi e-eJ o prdesn dam t ** ase m gm thm a a talk ol rasini TeT Tree of Lirtiy
fte -I I di* e d- la flem h>av been exposed as im s ss^ sla sh.l s mm plac orsofdi and upkm rr -n t
you.0th" t o a manrr est all anoe wshoe- i
., -hT dn 1 gfr iaj, r i v y a a i, w edbamp .6a.-.aedked up.n---c bf up alha. pl.a of biinx .7 ..i ,y
m 'w, s ll" w plat" any ae sil he m en r mslus a the hd mo k elu 1r aamrda M t .my Se i mt is sdnI a a a" l r lmLy 6G sa
thaid Safli gea saiifer w "u ba-n h wham basmed an.o s. t..m y. A f halaISd ma aa
dd t et =owe has" Pistilli offtihunglu mono
~ u a bs rba spe TLh i r f n o the a tut rh andLm u dvm. io n ul mh.ths am. alu l i J a irs oGe.m t a e s ti. t


bh lw 6& r n i ed to y ou a i m Nso d ir c cfna. 8e disO p thea ia sbit homes, d & arrdl t all him who aM I
Immb fL hImllW ae vu W lm iehing doa s irit B 'ws hme 1 u. p iTnbmnsane iof th kind took p rce yoaserd m, aoed tr
sm a he tearmh -n casos h set- wr a s me Ghe Paninam wee arand. I regret shin, ma owr Gows.m
sInel m uJ. The lig r oht cat" alry of th he O sial ud a dvre .i of he a-, a ent is. ea vi nd virtm e oer. I hope isl ay atitl s s
T J athe thel with ond -cfmplit frm Tiller of l.c uard, took pua n i ithel magas e Towaeisa uamph but doubt I btaldast have courage ema theo ai
Lier h I.a h have baem L ssjtra s r. w s hi lmt ene ling the oher r Fimen hof the o.el ,ail marrIl ner baot t t rslro- ltve' .
pera grin by the o aal erw on waed e To e toi e antuionsud the ur o. aaoew 5 ter bu eran, ched may, i poeafthptea to in
smr myl hlu y of s'te ICa Lte ahea tsq in e o the n prawe, ta rmandnh led b nesr wi e have she eeabLjimed peau :
ho faniys t reep lent i t l Thiel vedr orde- h iti ad o isey 6t ndotn The s depicted by nw T roas a the n ought s to be motlnatd s
1t Ovsed t is of D cem br n. aa or h. ti he Loadol Tieos.- jots- The rioter are mre haesubraker., pinkpockrt,
sII ant d pps r o iluco th s they mat s ftunt o very sitten at which e have rocat y sote and dtc. Seven- os htla hof the Pare iaan-alt ouf h tm ay e
ci pepla. and et In a name which is aluasdy ob- every account uroes eye-wnamoae which we have neard, foreign war-are desiroa of quietnem at hoem, a
uetd for thena h namo oil' 4 endhrrn s Tihe-y wanit coi' in represtliung lltes condition of Belgiune boh in Vill paroere ieL"
11t reuld nrquimiteof a i e iern, obieRnaa to their coas- l c aludine, uunnlicturing, and other interermts, mant sic-
muadern ; oIen of them actig as they thank lit, on thie slosnblv-urdepr ev isry itnrera destroyed or lireoateled, aid General Bertrand, who may be considenrd am the
lum of the n.aomontl, without waiting for orders. I dstlrs air miuery trinuplaila. The commerce of An- prsentative of the Baparte party, offers himself
hae uearrered this on many oecasiont ; mod have myerll werp iA totally at a sta.d; the chief merchants, pprelien- candidate for die College of Chateaiurtn.. Under tis
OmwAmm M ea, ban nerly ds victim of miri conduct. ave that tie violence ol r Belgian voluunteer may pro- title be Is addressed a proaon of faith to the elects
Yes QGnrl Lussm, i u einaer of the day. ha conr- .oke reprisalsb from the pgarrion, have llt de cily, and ofti tarrindinementl. There, all the political questions
taited them upsin their rosheth ; one cannot. however. il peaceful inhabitenta coceive theulseles l ittig upon which are the order of the day are discused by tio Ge.
he murprisd t muc a coarttul ioi earnomig frunt lin, ion UDnpowder. Tile navigation of the Scheidt i conceived neral, a.d resolved adverse to the eating (.overnmeat.
earning the a slul whreem ee wau educated. 'InTo tie to be m iuecure, from tie spirit ol aisimsilty that actuates T'hi circumiaince, and many others of the same kind, h
eternal honourw f amemal Lfyetar. whoe day of court the pertien, that be little biness which is stll continued very remarkable because it prove that the Government
fhetoe enm r at prner-n ar little loudled, during the with England is conducted through the canals of lianden h"a now to combat all the strong and powerful part
thiMr inag truiblen of Decenter, all was got over wilh- and the port of O.lend. So araid are the better claits ol which occupy the country, without having any thing elm
it any personal violin-re An the part of the National a bouadOment, that they have sent away Untir faunilies to to oppose to tem than the force inertia of sit intern
Oiar ls, at a time ti, when Ithe Iudntn. uand tihe ianper Mlibne, or sie nurrounsling village at onite distance from diate party. But in no time, and especially in a time of
was a thuounrud foid. Bill the thner lere cirangued since the wall, aid have depIlited their nunt valuable property revolution, ever wasan intermediate party sufficient for the
drn, snd nawn rhanLe w ith threm. .,r articles of furniture in TJeir cellars, which are bombt defence of power. We may then say with tnrth that,
Ma vy arrestr miv,. iInLrn place, hboth ditring Tie rna proof. A ls as they I e the r the first gun fired from the after 10 monthly of a life of debility, and badly assume,
multin'al .di Anill. ;tlgs other Ill. Lnin.r en-rcou. citadel, diy ar prepared to desausd Thenuelves into the existence of power i decidedly put in question. The
nol ilf tli I.nnrel.. A i.it :n I paid To is o..ei n. It mis subterranr.j asylum. position of the Government of July, ha much analog
tawe Commik.ry ,rIf Pslice; end hn ollice-r, tani all hi Nor are they likely long to escape so great a calamity, if with that in which the Royal Governoient was placed
pnapeo ind a variety ufanriont.arinIur, seined and cnrri- the proceedings of le r or epubiican party are not strict- afer having struggled during fifteen years against the R-
ed to tle Prefectire of Puoice. A j ke i crlrri.n, tbhat Ii w cled, and their maclitiationl constantly counteracted solution, having for its defence the power of right, that of
amontst tlie Ietnr swa. a HRoman nili, itle reliI.elo v.i. hy the loval Ifrankiess o' the B lgic authorities, combined 'the eoud which it did fe r the country, and, its attelnlio
Cosck anild f I letters ,y. H. wrliicrl *are instrpr.i-- ain lle ntiosle lalltjin of the Dutch coniander.--'lhis fet- seizne tinhn every occasion that presented itself, to stip.
4a v itheb,- C',mi.i'ryv-" Sa M.jnew 'lhilila.r ihlaitlirn nuon, anionIs to break tint armistice and to enibroil the two pun ti d ionour of the French naiune.
Is RI n e:nn..'" All the anliqtne Iplntn,l lals.., &'. nf I countries in tirsh liostilities, that they may attain tleir uso l
io Iish llitn (C'ilIrl great ollch-iil., wrrrei iteidnl 1t I ntbihuus uhjelts or realitu their revolutionary scleners, Confesrno of De 'oe.-I know too much of the wonr
he a 4-i eIt el artnun to be pacrd in tuie ldaieis of taI are incireunlly altenipting to provoke quarters between to expect good in it, and I mive learnt to value it too little
lls Bi'p.niti 1 tlis inlhbitants or voluntiten and tie gaur isun.-A Belginn to bne concerned at the evil. I have gone through i lio of
Y,.,lre laiv ier 'i 1ee. Mnet, ll-to wa. rlherid by o.nilol- r UAsiYlatly detected aith a lihined torch in Iis liatnd )ndern ad and s;m e ubject of a vat variety of provil
tins S 'ne s t o. f l..I san pr Peapla e lo Ilitribsite rTli l ol'ut prI'hO rieng eo finr,' oli T gb ul gains the e fortress, w llichl, in lenr's. I have ben ftd nfore by miracle than l EjaI
oudca sil t io |islliric l t fritnr,-, we. arrnstel al him Leir i.ral Ciansu's present state of suspicion and resetnaent when tie ravens wtre his purveyors. I have some tim
nt:ae; and the ln a tn a oi Ipnlie, nut cannlril wilh arr-.lt- tnk.l.ltTh tie p.rfidie, of the Belgic trosip, nigit eal I le ld ago sminolnd up the scenes of my lil in tllis dihticl:
ing hohn, n ntion,'4 thlsin rives In tls- initnre, andt nrr .i-l him to ua.n fire to the city. This f elo a lud a considerrble "- No man haq tosterd differing fortunes morn,
ev.-cv lprnu that came Iblre, Matllrdlay being tin. dsla\ ilnl ol nitanev on hi person, which uwas sulppolid to have And Ilnrteen time. I have been rich and poor.."
of hi. lieIl.ionary diirihntlmso. 'I Isia arrmsi cl ma* I r lien lirt bribe Ilr this act of anietity. Firing lu thee school of alliction I have learnt more philuotvplh y
great vuolthlp. ef p.inple n in heb qrtsr. N. Madlet rn- knirl ainoinst tile uldie s imn the aarres is an evera-d titen at tie lcale and more divinity than Irum the pul-
joying tI-' l-s.I-, of many Iner fanili'h. lTti hbe gave re- ilnl orrnisi', aniy ony pses unpunished, brcause, se' in pin ; in prison I have learnt to know lsat liberty dudtr ntr
lief to. Sutr arbitrary arts do not tsll wil. litat tie Belgiun officers cannot enforce discriliniie msinin consist in oprn door, and the free egrers and rer~urss of
r- --_ti- --t llsir troops, the Dutch are averse to destriY peaceful ci- locomolion. I ;ave Icern th rui the rog ide o the world u
Bandoa Acnemw/lflal f rll/tte f O seake.e A as eorf d'nn ,on account of the criminal noancn.u res of the i i- well as tIues smooth; and have, in ls-i than half a year, tml-
Runaan Ilsad-quartean al Utl o- tary ruffian who prufess u be their dcfin'ders. W\'iat ted ltie ldifnrence between the cin'leof a king and the
iuaa. Miy ar I ds.. it matter to tlit agitalo of nlb patriotic cluhl rlwi ilsr dsinaso nt Nearte. I IIRhv Inflred desrpv fir che iim
Ih MOTwd 27ne dunmwo.o a Nhwgne. I hhve sruff,.red deeply finr chn ,r rg
On the n.ns that the rebrls. had anhanced Tno tr de Nur. ad thmtend of their fellnw-rounirvmen an re butrid under the ipruinciiple, of a lih integrity I harv lived" to wyv rene
thea caun..ln-rable Ise i ,w imwrnollc.le tim n, is 'k u. ruil of their I.nurning lhnbitanti,i.-whellt.-r nine inrip ert li ilsnov I slerd for ever rrproacied nre si!h ii. The
tinrsale o k Klan umoermnner'n-Conhef a1huit is olnaile to muse lad esl taenrce oa ga iant city are endangered or aneil.l, unnsen.edi.lea r iuses, f ny stsffn'ring hare hioen tll a bing
a m 1wvme. l b way i l(raenn tlo t .'ie inla n.ar.we. s i t lride d Iathe t' in.ur Ihn Cur: Ot ronin.em net oi 'n a ent-rl lral .iv i tho e! hIav.'rlLt aned, and scornine te hrl y
at llemd t lp,.e ai.s Icvhlelng that she e0rne smi 11 H lr, ndo lI all r ohe dlunu otr he righlluls ci.Lir, oin hnne,. h,,o ru.r.td me. To the honour of Englirh grsli-
the deII. nn she eeningti a letarlmeett.as roinrs.nbo ot ane 't hE h teti
lllenl ento ( rhineer. rgmtl v ede a t 'ully.s n >ii l rair lrininBh enimi'sl titre, I Ir e tlir rnterliable trnnh o leave behind me: that
a rigale of Ilulea, fell ai with the esei nd darov the irm he laiou iresu if Brushe rontinti'e il n I n s'liaTh na .I rsir in ihei betyeln d as by those wlose lr aniliil
back; the nieni lry l towaadnmsiade tr nn. ahiler te caval- tInra of inventing falwhodisea, prcerint la is. i \a ri- I r a.l Itrr.-rvied from riarvine ; nor an barely tri ard as
tluroed the enaony's posiltio. T'hrve fir Iroops executed ling silisler alp'aauranrir, or propam.'alinsg rlitlue. e nluJiUl', t, lil,, I .tlarv,,,i nen isen Ifmily In pres.rvr. TJIn.i ew
i .ttck with ralmane., and in mtrah ut down the t rn to throw i iulu in ihe (nfl'renrd ,f LnI,.Is. al! tU prt- h rl r-work of frotune tiensnde me still : th' a,,ple I
ifr ytam.which a lone ntelwd to sweit thelk, evortlacp vent any reasonable sellentu ofl lir sa n lia io. Ot* l aive iirs.,, and liovs. ts, rve, all mns throat every day,
*i h" ry. which ouml lefe ia the fornl. smd took usoe irnalint gravel asures ils hain and innaninmrllr rerun. i l- a.r I iel nmit t he fihrat o se taniet Ine nr-
amema I the ti he i m s w lntawed iseoJ.d persd) ; r 'im f minl lbronl ofl tuw heel lea n-a-;
t 4 taes lp oAmet.ad hbal killed awdcuaneuidad. trv'menn i"i.-- ir ofncror lment. and ene.' T I tqasIM e ais t e ia al. o the lBd tih ld- i1.slt or injulsie ahene it lnt sever intl.ndewi-lhnlt ile- iH.rsnuon, ind perinapn, frn that reaIon it is my rer-
Maerhal M uto K-lPowlo. and oa the 14th to 16 aoat Muo- land is against them on tie subhject of ilner linit n nd th,.ir; i, .......... Early diester., eand frerqent turns of mi affairs,
wliu. Hem be learned tha tae Gar, whictL could tot debt, dtat nhe may be able, by rillinpg tel.s1 in li.IIr s.f; Inve h.lt m, incumbered with en inutpponnhle eightt of
eoaIa a per ious actls with the ap r no mbsva of dth Holland, to indemnify herself for the sulsie.i. s tiirh 'le. I debt; and the remarkable ompanssion ef some creditor
sw romaa nd wlbe eooles liable er n Y er ad advanced tanc o the contineatal Power before til ear ll5. ai, o r on tin ried offers of asripping myvrlf naked, by entire
sdyn rns is, Xs e bais th im sar-P he dh I y In other words, the British psavermnnt aw rees t protoincl s.rrin'drampenn oath, have never given me wiray tr.tille
pbmd l re attacks oflhe omme sy. wms l sdnrin them back which are intended to plun er Beleiu,. inat, li. sns e ..u- than they were able, or kn than tlley knew how ; hy ,ili.h
wa s aly tber am. by a expaied webprCorem- gondey mahe Throeme r.hy ma Ile o,, ,,r
6 et rals i e t ousa t hi t, han n she, ob i eapLi"ied pWotemh ev', th mam he tln.lerrd frm le mran, nmoot of thedehts I have discharged, hrae colste
IrM-lmha ei'asa f of a m nt o f ein wilo baw Treau ry O lholl re d tohe Ed i ceueu r oth Enhner land Tile firll v Thillins in the pound, and the creditor half m much
me atishL mud thee bra i o. ma o artwcked t heb Ftna e t govern likewise aince it ha disle,.,r' a Ilhand- I,, rroter. I have e alrge family, a wife and ix children,
oiuly l gaine vmo adrvs oatega. Od Uhe at day- e machination of the pro- who n.ver want what they should enjoy, or spend s hat
bathe y enTpsded egkt wsntan istam id rif O i. pa andist faction, conme in or thaI aar of asur 'i''e thev omit to lyare. Under lII theis rirrenennrst end
7100 irmInI eI ind. ommt ol a braolde of may conclude," ays thile logical libeller, Ihle the Fre nh fin nav othersn lr to write, my only Isappinen is thbn:!
a nmad some regmems ofe a i y, &a d Scllt away Cabinet. itsutiar i thops dark no' nuvrte b ie heveliwa,. hbeen kept ,herrfl, any, .and quiet, enjnving
d teL m esthey sdFl mao m a "m, hat being mllow prnjec of lrtlitioing Belgium, as Pulse was for- n perfel am tl mn. n nlht. nd a:i-
a wrnt .Ihst a -10ay aht oul dDpaedt PL at ans, as Pould wadeh for- perfn t rlme ofe tie mind, cle, lrts ofildan nigiah. and atn*.-
A*=a 0e lm inar T e at l mhwn, 1 = mery parti m be." faction nst to e hrbke in upon hv t hr-ever may heppi n
lla d ftlth MLamsi. Nii und g ithe In to nmr. IfanLy mnn asks nme hnrw 1 arrived to it,' I anv, r
metf m mlrins, bo Rr I t eaaauotepa axald Frt m t Lamim Sa', JIew 21. him, in lhonrt, by a ronstanst erie appliration to the crer',
m t te l oae as ptrecidion Lthat th The private bttr fI our regular Corrneporent in le'mna".nd weirv ywnrkofrrsirnationto the sill f I4r-
SI L attached the 4th si Pa, which ae give thia day, represents thi (Capital e".n by wclich Iet n, mton think I prere.me.-PIierphil I
0 d i in"A e Al e mive Md N off he rtne again trnquil i although thet trnnquility is adnitled to he Sltr Pr nf &Yee, pri-fied t the ifer tr d Arntarri on f
din drIt as er Ib m mdw nard. or in ae wem. exatre ly prerarimnt. We have, lowevcr, secn i private. Ro&msuat _'russo.--Rnaoi'm' a'ielilt .ibrary.
fe &manereaw gnrlmdier. bt m e r dtbh r letter front a geentlean in tlilt city. shich speaks of in -
kh, Sy pmenw d ss thae Ns m wee nJ dsem- atate of alirh there in masr alarming Irrnrs iit those .\ vnern tnlnmrlen m inmid lly rridirg in n.pland, heirg
hi paamim rf i c iad t look up a poeatin umAl by our Comrrespndenl. Tie wr,,r say, inxplan- viothnilv attarl ed ao ench other, end re rt-luties refutin
Ity whilf a s M osn le is kad nuoel emy) U f-m an impi reaons has intending to hae Fnnre : to rconsntl tl:lir unio,n. ,v.y aert.,d Io eo abroad and
am ... The mtlh i., that ter, aen looLing yen rloomy i p in end s tIhir eCistente.' Tin-v ,rripd at Lisbon,
TO F I p ad n dileot h Ost ti here : hee is lile doubt that the. an. Chamlr will sl, n iln h loadedl pisll.t pointed t iclrh lo4ber's bonam,.
espaahl WML *f dilt m fle m, NA was- ind ls om n- overtun the Minilry, and a inerel dirconlent I. nFrod r ll.v rell to fire st lhe sam m menlt. Hisl piuol tok
id aal a low" Rheym lenI. Reigvimc ty rpeai b in l il better chlam of riltrn, tlt Is amt re will rre long 1 flrrt. and laid the voung lady i'eal at hi% fcrt; 'ut hrr'u
amd ansr iLe 1 of giape shot from the adminrably explode. Wagenrs are hid hreo nof e tos m, l at Loris, missed firr. On li's arrival in Ena.land, lie wns am-ted,
on' b atnillery. the I'ot deemed from farther at- Pm.tatLLM dome mt renn to Paris Kip .' Tlhis, hiss- tried hv a Special Cuinintaisiion, and i a Ineard at Nes-
am. T7%y ekm prsvaiteae of *ic eldiuem if the g to I rc may be Ceidurad renhr prtmatue bmt those 1:o Iafs.

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'•. I. m m mmmki mimmmmmam C*i^f ijAij^tu^i 0rBitJ9 lAH'LKIAI. lAMm\.\IKM. H.K'Kt <#l' Luutm — VutUMUAY, June •'). Lfl.r 'i.uv, liul l#i Muj)jed by iIm* di*olulion tif rltn bir i^firliniufnf. Fr mi a rav uliicli IumI Hitd Hlti-r iiu\iii;f rtTtrived mi'V( raJ uoiuids, ft'Ii intu tin iiHiiiU uf iImMm my. 'I'l^ kfiitiiiiiiio of liuiiuur — iliow wliit'li wf n* dm* u rur.i<;iind lo ini>'Vrfiuu — li*uld |ja\r? i<-ri;d as a s-ifet'ir-ird lo tin' biii\', deriiruN.d viidi ilic (>>•->*> of flic L'-.'ion of If.iiiour, and iIm; Military ('nti* of I'olanrl ; Itiii our oii'(iiis in tlii war Imvc alijitred ihow **^'** which IumI '*fitiiiM'iit.>, an.i, without liavincMnv fon^idt-ralion tor the •ii.r,. ro,„.. u hi^ k.iowl.roniotf hini. If he ,s ,u|,, j^^ uMut of ,>aino,s, Mifl. r,n<^ hiii.M If to Ucarri..J away bv *'" '^'^^^' every attention .n an excellent hospital fro„ e,. ., ., II imo i,t.n*-n(< sufcort#, ;indl)e viHiif'dby hi!.orrner>and hitjlai .lu ardour of I... rouru,.-, fou^^ht to tlM-w-.y la,4 j-xtnn..ty, {^ ,^^ ^^ ^^^^,J^^^ ^,,,, j,^^ ^.,,,,,,^.„ „-,.^ ^,„ ,^ ^.,,,,^,;*;j|;;;. / I int.iM*ed ; tlH-ndonIm |iroj> who Were a<n b^'iny alvirti% d, U* oblii/.-d to • |j*. ar in thi country wriihin ihr.*. months, .ind .ithtr put In H\i}*'i^r,incf to ansmr tinartion, or to coiimlo a *alifai-tiny arranjfMiirni Hith tli#* rr^-diior-*. Tinbill as tlM-n oreb'rr'd lo U* rrnd a wrond tjinon Monday lu-xi. Tlw An hbishop of Cantrrbury inovi'd that tintithe composition bill !>• nad a nt-rond tiiiifon TutvMlav mxt, and tlwir lordship.^ uiniiioiH>d. Orderi-d. — Adjoiu-u'd. llui'MB of Commons. — Wfms%:hday. In reoly lo a qiK^iion by .Mj, VVdbialiani, Mr. llobhou'VTil Otfin-rs and citizi-n* who had takiri part in iIk.insurnrti.Mi uhrrt* shot on the spot. After this defeat, tlw whole distrit t of Marianipians. The villdL'es were sacked and burned, the hous>s of citiy.i lis were pil!a<_'''l, and the proprietors of tlie houses where imprisoned, or still icniain expoM'd to ail the vexations aiid vengeance of a cruel en*"niy. VVaujiaw, M\v 22. On account of General Skrzynecki liavin-j re(|uested iIh' (government not to publish his reports fur ten oriwehe days, we are without ollirial information, but for certain I know that the Poles under (ieiieral Skrzynerki have already taken Oslrolenka, which was fortilied by the Russians; and I kiKiw it fn.iu a L'ooh. R.L,„ .Ir'l from III 1114 r loriM (iili.wliirb hadiaiisi-d a eiKHldea of anx etv and now ii i. ^.i,' il.^t ;. i ii i • >M' ;.llii.l...i i fi..,. ..I 11 '**^-, ; f"*' ""**"•> •"'. >hat It IS very probable he is tjoiiu; into iM' aliinUMj to tliat clause Mrjiich prevented Litb a Ull mp in out of door* |rnH payint; llwir rent* rpiarterly from votintr— and lie • idMfl to ktiow whetlwr that was an error in tla* bill ? Mr. 8. Hire, ill iIm* absence of the noble lord who Inid the rliarife of Uie bill, b j::,^.,! to say that Ihlunl every rea•on for Ixlii-vint' fliat a cleriral i-rror had rrept into that rlaiMc — (Iwar, heur), whi h the Imui. member for Middl*sx hiid ulhuJetl to, and that it would be corrected. Livr.RpooL Ki.KrrniM. Mr. ffc'iwit was moviiiif tii.' renewal of threM.hitions re|KMtinL' tUbribery and rorrupti.m at Liverp4Kil durmu thlasi pHrliameni, wIhii a motion was made to count lbhousr, H we underst.HMl. by Mr. John Woml, ai.d 4< memlMrs not Iximj present, the iiouse adjourned at ll.tlf-|Mist iM'\en o'thick. ^ TlirR.^^DAY. Mr. P.nret eve iiotin., that when tlir ri-form bill went inti. ( onmiiiti •, Im> diould niove that so much of it as relitrt to the pro,Ks.d diviiion of counties in EnyUnd and \\ ales ftlniuld Imleft out. Tmk Br.RR Bill. \ |M-tltion havinir Un-ii preMiiit^l by Mr. SadU'r, from theneiirblM.urb.HMjof \rw.irk, airainst flknew beer acl Lord Ahhorp said, tlM-re had not \ et Imi-u ascertain tlie elP-rts of iImbill, and lie certainly was not at prew-ut prepared torejM-al it. His noble fruMid at the head of the Home l>.,Mirtin.-nt had thin under coiisi^leration •oiue iiieiuures which would ifive to tiMr poli.f a mote efft-ciual controul over the conduct of k.-^-iH-m of b.eriMHm-n. Perhaps suffirirnt preeaution Im.l not Invn taken pronaiiie Me is {joiiuj uania ; his head tpiarters are at S7,r/.u< zyn, and his advanci'd |Msts at Tykoczyn. Diebitsch's he.id-quarters are at .Sokolo. All tins news, except that about Ostrolenka, is not offirial. Our last news from ( Jentral Cbrzanoski wa.s, thai lie was at Old Zamose, a few miles from the fortress ; but it is siipp,s-d he is t'oinij into \ ollivnia. TiK-re is nut now a v.-ry strong Polish force on the Minsk side ; but, from their positions beinjj verv stronjf, they are enabled to keep tlu.. Kussians at bay*.— The Russians all.ir,ved tliemaJiwe'a\, SL'o, but were driven back. rincholera niorbiis Jia.s, ] ln-lieve, entirely or very nearly left both the army and Warsaw, but I believe lllereare some indnations of it at Kalish. The Russians still commit the most dreadful excesseji. I will relate one, w hich an eminent piiysitian vouches for the truth of. It will sliow y..u what barbarians the Russians are. A short time since the Poles were in possesion ot a villate mar VVentrrow, find were informed by some peasants where sixty Cossacks were to be found and "throui.h tins inlormation they were taken; the Pedes quitted tlwvillat-e, and in a few day. after the Russians returned, and found three of the p-jMinti. wIn> ,rave that informaticm, and MvnsLimei..n..J„. r ; '*'?' '*"**" '••'"•^'"•"Cattbeir homes; the circumstance nsufln lent time to ol tlu-ir havint ^ivine the info.mation to the Polish s^ddiers wasmad.' tothe Russians by some Jews: the Russians seized them, laid them down on the flc.or, with their arms ami lets stietcheilout.soastoirive them j^rtat pain, tlien b'at them with th' knout till all three dier wiU h^ %t^\] provided for; he wdlfiglit beside brave men who will stand bv luin, and under ghlhuit and considerate officers w^^ will not foolishly throw away the lives of their men. If j), escaped, he wdl share in pri/.e money and honour,should ht be Mouiideil, a grateful country will reward hun by a libtfral pentiun; :uid should he be killed (as we must all die soia tune), he will enjoy the satisfaction of dyintj ui a good caus* ol' leavnig h"s fiiiiily lo the kind care of the nation, who wi|i provide lur them; and of bcin|{ buried where be fought, witk the colours waving and muskets discharged over him."— kintiih ChrunicU. The True Oentlftncn. — IJy a gentlemen, we mean not to draw a line that would be invidious betweeft biidi and low, rank and subordination, riclu-s and poverty. Tlic distinction is in the mind. VV laa-ver is open, loval, and ami true; wlio<'ver is of humane and aflabje demeanour* whoever is honourable in himself, and in his jud^'iuent of others, and requires no law but his word to make him fulfil an eiMjaeenient — such a man is a gentlemen : and such a man may be found among the tillers of the earth. But high birth and distinction, for the most part, insure the high sentiimMit which is denied to poverty and the lower professions. It is hence, and hence only, that the great claim their su|>eriority ; and hence, what has been so beautifully said of honour, the law of kings, is no more than true :— It aids and strengthen's virtue where it meets her. And imitates her actions where she is not. — Dt Vert. •• U* lliM part of liir bill, hut most c.-naiidy lUe iniention of renirriinj to the old svstem. re was no TIml...nl Adv.M angave m.in-,. lor to-morrow of his intention of bringmg in tinbill u. aim n.l the tiua uf Scotland. represcnlaI siiw yesterday two squadrons of lancers, all younc -Noblemen and (;enth-men from (iailicia, who have inounted^ and equipi^-d theniM-lves at their own ex|H-nse, and "" yf}' — They are mounted on beautiful horses. 9Ute Comspoudnut. take M ill "7';'"";'N or Sai iaiw. Vir?iVi, June Q.-Twufv-tbr.,. roomies of the klmr Mr. llderman W o,kI bnai.jht forward his m^.tion for ''""'"* "'"'^f> have sent addr. ,..,,„ .he La,in language fo lijcing the SidarH-sof all officers under iIkcrown, lie '^' ^•"M''*^"^ '" '''vour of the Poles. They deplore the imbupt-d lo meet iIhsupjMirt of iImpresent and the late mi! •'V,*' T'" .^'^f '' ''"^'""" '* ""''"" *"h which thev are so closelv nwien. Had ministers prop^n^da committ.-eof inquirv on ?i *. u ?''*''' ^J''""'' '^'""' '^"' '^'"^''"'' pr'-^crved the this.irair. h. should haveh.fi m in their hands. H,. ..ronoM-,! .[T ", '^"* h-'-^-e "f Hapsburg; ih-y allege the nfress.tv of to .how that th ..,.,v, Mii,.i,iers had incn-aJ-/ LT '^ '^""'"'^ ';u^\''""::"""> "'"'•*"'*'" F'"**-' ol the nor..'dari,^, from 17^;, ,., i^,.^ n J ^i; ." / ' "7 ^^'^V^'^'"'; "<' .^'^ ^'^ ^'^J^'.v "-"nsi.lr with them in the >f life % IIh* price of the iit- ^.^uirit's prMMl d'CreH>ed, witi ..t a lie concluded b 1* jn-r cent, while a-emhiy of ,h. States already announ.e.i;eHp;:;;;;.; ;;,;:;;;;: ^ ' ''"*''*"': ''.*hoin the Im|M-rial Family and their country Ol iiie liMd innt. Lf"t sitting. may be revoketl --////m/>urgA /w/;wr. June 18 on. and scythes. '^ll*' ^r''"' ""^'*''' '••*' ''**'^''"" ^f 'he Karl of T.eitrim of fluRntMh IVenige. f,y the title of Haron Clemems ; and the r'T' ;r.ve^'? Tr ^';"""'"''^ K"iehthood on Mr. W.lmot' Horton. i "nly sound we heard. The rich abk.y,"it was evident, had ,--a.s itplamK J ""''nior of ( eyi.m. Thry also announ. e that a Commission I forinerlv (v^ the to Mr. II. tliu, and Mr. K. W Hay ; Mr tary. AllJiough the IM ws received by us, and published in mir prrviuus numU-rs, is whim* what Int. r tlian tlie folh we d implacalde hatred which thoy hnw conceiveeing conducted with mourning or sob nmitv, are occasions of nide mirth and boisterous rejoicing. Ropes are attached toeach extremity of the car, and pulled m opposite directions by adverse parties; one of these being bir consuming the biniy, iImother for op|>osing it. TU alter are at h nL'th overcome, fire is set tothe pile amidst Ininl acclamations, and the ceremony is r.msummaleil.— traicfurd's Embassy fn Ara. S^ M/crf/iVmTJ.—Catheriiiede Medicis,in order to be as.sured of the assistance of heav en in a certain project, vowi-d oht.iming imp—Zii advance. POETPwT. J*ATiRJUAV, ALOiST ill, 1881. VOL. I— Ilo. XII. THE JUNTO IN DLHA'iE. In deep and close debate the Council set, Around the Chief his bosom -fViends were met; When thus, with rueful face, and heav inaf breast, The mighty Chieftain then his friends addresst : Attend, my friends, while I to you disclose, The sad account of all your ruler's woes ; Advice I need — if you have au;[^ht to givej give, I pray, before I cease lo live. My num'rous foes against my life conspire, They'll take my life, and set my house on Rre, And from ray burning house, my wife thev II steal, And in some deep, dark cavern, her conceal : Mbar to ride alone to eastern goal, Lest sword or pistol should let out ray soul ; Each night a guard I set artmnd my well, For feai that they would throw in potions fell : 1 cannot trust my former friend Old Sick, For once I play'd him a loul, dirty trie t ; He doe* not yet forgive my red hot head, But oft sincerely wishes 1 was dead : That Y'ankee chap, whom I so much despise, peeps in my closet, with bis hundred eyes, I willingly would fly, and leave these shores, Where all the cits are only brutal boars. But then ray foes would triumph, a'ld my name Would be disgrac'd, and never mount to fame." Here ceased our hero. Thus (Juy Faux began. The next in order to the saintly man : *• Most potent princu, 'tis for your righteous cause The people hate you, who'd break their wieked lawn Take those two breastplates, which full well you know. Are hanging in the lobby, for a vhow, Giin'd I'roni the French, in drejdi'ul battle plain, Ta'en..fter figh: '"-..rn off the pnMviat* :ftini Fix one before to guard your holy heart. And one behind to guard the other part ; Ho if they you attack with sword or gun, You're fit to fight, or fit to turn ami run : Each night when e'er you go to take repose. Pray chaiMie your room, for fear of hidlen fbee ; And Phofbe would advise to have at baud Some trusty arms, with which to make a stand. •' And, says the gallant Colonel Rrdchth, I Will choose a body cuard fiir danger's nigh: And at their head will stand, prepar'd to fi<:ht, Prepar'd to guard your person, day and night. And none so fit. methinks, for this great post. As those you seized, when wreck'd upon our coast: I'll teach them, how to march and how to run. How to ar sale, not onf eytd shaj^M', And then this cavalry will scour the plain. Cut off your foes, confirm your potent reign." "What," cries old .S/y. '' shall Knulands bold Viceroy By bits be handlcfl, as children do a lov ? No rou5e yourself*, great sir, the tiger play. And o'er these rebels, you will gain the ilay : PfcocLAiM your foes, and tu?n them left and right, Leave not one wreti h. to darken on our sight; Put in yourfriendi, there yet are left enough. Who'll talk of ill uted blacks. anr 'ake mv head. 1 hy counsel, Fanx. Ml follow wh-l^ I stav And wear my brazen breastplates every dny. And rjow my faithful friends, well bid adieu ; ^'>t all your counsel, many fhtmks to vou : ' on the watch when eer yon chance' to see I ogether met in confab, two or three, Mark well their words, there's mischief in their heal, ^wnat me they plot, in public, and io bed .' G. S. X. LLAVEiS FROM MV U.VCLE'S DlAUY. generous inijjarnaiity, tiieir phiianlhropic tendermia I? liberty ? lllh April. — I am sickened with exotic comforts; I cm insensible to foreign elegance. I have a cupboard for a bedroom — a wilderness of sand to dine in — a towel for h table-cloth — and a cheeseplate. as a dish, to hold my leg of mutton. The forks and spoons are dim and dirty ard a lie is stamped on every knife. Sluer-stcel, indeed sht>r-tin, it should he. if they made their knivetelessness in the oblivion of their beds. Others are clamorously loquacious in rloiids of snmke, the wrath of f)olilic, and ihe inflation of bottled beer ;--otliers, again, who fancy that the dishke of laing alone is the love of society, fn^quent the ra/ctopiit their hands into their breeches-pocket, and snore in ct.nipanv, till the ffarcou wakea them with tlie intinmlion, Mo'nsieur, il est minuU, taut U mondr est f>arti .'" J J^ye seen many of my countrymen iinhil|.c' this social hal it of re[>os<', an 1 walk away at midnight with a .s'are, u yawn, and a ** hon soir Mnnsirur .'** Tlie cafe pr(M-nts a specimen of Fren
  • >trolled into the Basse Ville — the choKC| residence of Nottingham refugees. Kvery ulber hui^ exhibits *' fabritptavt de tulU.'* My countrymen aro ttiisily discernMde anionu the mixture of inUiutanta. A Hiipgard as|ect and a rod nose are the distinctixe drvignations of an Fnglish workman, who ran earn, by tlire<' days* toil, sufficient for existence and for four days* ineohnt dhauchery. Black eyes and mutilated faces manifest tho inih-jH'ndent spirit of our pugnacious countrymen, who stddom separate without a des(>erate appeal to pugilistic skill. — The .Nottingham enunciation, enL'tafted on the tortured French, surpasses all the riddles of the Spinx. 14th .\pril. — Wo arc ridiculed by our polite neigl hours for our blRsphemy. In point of frequency, they far surpass us in the use of impious exclamatinns. I bavo heard — iind often loo— from female lips in France, expiessions wbi( h a wril-hred libertine in Fngland would he ashanu-fl to use. I cannot pollute my |)a|>cr by recording them. Old Month. 4th April. — What do our traotlled youth mean by their encomiums on th^ walking of French females ? Is a lame amble elegance ? or is the halting of a cat in walnut-shwils called ^ra<"e I 1 execrate the wriggling gait of the French girls ; it gives me the uneasy conviction that they have sore toes and narrow {^M'tticoats, or that they tie both stocki.igs with a single garter, loo short lo admit of the extension of the limbs, lii the y-H.ng it is mincing and unnatural ; and when French gurn auditing has clothed the elderly with bilious corpulence, when in motion, they look like forms of jelly in slat'gering -agitation ; tottering, with unwieldy feet in narrow .shoes under an unmanageable impulse. I have seen them lake to an ascent to cuunleract the force of an original momenfum. 4th, 5th, 6th, 7ih, April. — Confined to the house with a sore hand, which I cut severely in opening my door — an arduous task sometimes, from the clumsy workmanship of French locks and latches. Here they aro centuries behind us in all articles of liaf?*are. Their pokers are skewers, tlnir tongs pincers, and their shovels spoons ; a coal-skuttle is a curiosity, a grate a rarity, and a hearthbrush unknown. The temperature of their rooms is a constant battle between the result of one element and the violence ef another — the warmth of smoke being constantly qualified by the rushing of the wind through windows, doors, and keyholes. You may sit by a red-hot srtove, and roast your knees, while your exlremities are frozen. 8th April. — Visited a countryman, who fell ashamed at the delusion of all his projected comforts. I remvnber, in England, his favourite theme was the charm of the French climate, the obliging disposition and quick |>erception of its people. He couldn't bear the atmosphere ol his nalive country ; he hated the dulness and incivility of its inhabitants ; so he sought a refuge from these intc>lerable evils in the suuerior tiMupc rature, manners, and character of Franl anrf its population. He w as ashamed t(own his disappointment. He was drinkin;^ claret — as he called it — w hich sank like frozen lead w ithin him. He would fain have mulled a bottle ; but his servant was gone, in spite of a raging storm, to a dance some leagues distant. He appealed, in miserablu French, to the female of a fellow -lodger, who answered him with a broad stare, and a pTj)etiial '• plait4L^** He succeede*!, at lenjjdi, by puntiuiiiiiie arid gil[%er;iugh a bottle for the comiK-nsation of his foil, which was, in general, a kind of counterpoise against its healthful predecessor — a quart of brandy, with a fierv twang, diluted in a fashion of his own, with crconomiral consideration for Ins water, which, in Calais, is both bad and starce. 9th .\pril. — I was arrested for three francs, by thr malice of a Jezabel, who found that I had purchased articles, in which she di alt, at other shops. In this land of modern lih'rly I paid th' sixty sous, and stood superior to their lenient and impartial laws. 3frm. Never to owe anoth.-r sou in France, and invariably to have Acquit' on vvery bHI, liowevcr large or siralU 10th .Vpril. — The French have no idea of what we call a home." Their pleasures are of a vagabond, external character : their s(de and whole pursuit is money. I never followed any Frenchmen talking, but '• money, money,'* was the topic of their convecsation. Their grimaces, bows and phrases are a miwriible compound of fallacious humbug. I see no friendships round me— %*erv thing is artificial and deceptive. They have not our faults': : irce tin m against anv individual who mi,ht attempt t but they have not our virtues. They are satisfied with | contravene them, and, at iIkj same time, ilie courtesy to inconvenience d.rt and wretchedness hcatiMthey never | impart useful information to inojiperienced members, 'and knew the com,ort, cleanliness and plenty of an Englishto acquaint then, with the rulef which they might uninman. Their propensities are ml prop^-nsities of princij temionally transeress. Beyond these there was another qualification which he held f.> he of tho rrratest en nx quencc that tleir Speaker should posv v.., b. cause without it all tlie others Would be in % a in. He tl...oL'lit that the person to lc called upon to preside over their debates should possess the confidence of tb*' Hrnnn, from t}:e k.':c Irdge of his having desrrved it. (Clwers.J Hi'th and im)v>rtanl as the otBc of .^^peaker wa, he posM ssed no authority whatever but that which was derivol from th confidence and nppn i.f.*5|Maker for now 14 years, (ll^nr,) That gentleman had been 5 times selected by tlie house as their | enkcr, and on ca b occasion he had rsceitr#d not only incn asc of repufatic-u At the opening of the present session of the Parliament, Mr. ( W. Wynn^on nmving the re-election of Mr. Manners Sutton to the eliairof the llous of Commons, made soiii." nensibhremarks on tlie quuliiies required Ly li.* duties of that station. ^ At the present moment a defTM of excitement and irritation prevails, almost without a parallel ; and such a time t-very man must feel it to be of the first impfMance lo select a fit fw-rson to enforce the orders (dfh<' hoiJP, and to maintain ttie privilegi-s which members hehl, not for their own benefit, but fi.r that of their constituents lu nothing were thosconstiiu*nts mort? interested t.S.ui in the pn-ser^ation of the .rders of the hoiiM-, which had for iheir object to prevent me.iMires being forced improperly through the liotisi,and to ensure their leceiving tlie full consi.lerafion w hich was requisite. For this reason it was, U-ymd all things, imf>orlnnt that the pTsons ih-cled to fill the il air sliould be {wssessod of a high and imlep<>ndent rharacier, — that he should h<' one from whom impartiality might I J eTpecf>d on all occasi(ms,— who should have the ability to lay down ibe mies of the house, and the firmness to enforce tin m against anv individual pie. .\ Frenciiinan has no piety : his religion is a form — a mere expedient ; not a feeling or a duty. He holds nothing to be reverend or sarn'd. In the saving of the impious wit, Voltaire, they were alternately tigers and monkeys. The breed i crossed, and now tf>ey smack of both. They lack the rational devotion of goo
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    ' '"*ir' j^^. ai 4K M^l^ama but o(ton6^nm %nd llp(Mrii^ti.>gi On Ih. ^c gruiit.fk b.; II. M. il(x*p u/ fiir lUcc ||.m^frrivnl hr' tllk torei ler of the day. h is a pit^ llMJjrditl uoU(wimrtic4l\ ij^y. !*"iT* .**'"* ** T'^''Ty. *•.***•'.'!* ^^^ ^"^'^^ ^•'^ <^ i noon, lioni Bfi .ail. will, ,necb fur the Cr..mm.iriat. ? ptmli.-r.r r^uUticMM for tbtdisobccl .t-Ht aiid *cuiu. r .Sill. .... '^ luaciuus. Look to yourselves, Ooutltiueii. Do yuuf W<* un9tumd i\u! (fcotfraa aemMi ottkm Immm wfowi tw nuoriNi with that llw rit,'la hyu. jifciitli'incrt iiiiijht continue to r>rnipy that titantian as l.m m^ huh-nlth wmiW hIIow him. ,.-^i***** """" circiiiiMiiic pectfhar to tlMr rir*rt Hon. pPBj ciMiwHjtienre of an Jitiack that wai made s-inutime Kince ir. „|i L..< a T ""J^"* " !" "*'f, njMjh tlK; ship Fiionaleni, tv the .Malav-i, in lie alluded tu tlMiuiMi/Mjr in willI, diiiinjj iW hut lew '^' Look to yourse!\e!j duties by those you iepnM iii. II >u Huiert I'c**-] tom<*t iii,th0ii fkuuid wiliiu^ cuuctJiMiofis, to tliie v^r^olpriMl^iii,. year>, iIm* riyhi hon. i;euileiimii had oxp^tr' devote to tii public aervice, \nmrt and i\Ky* which the imlul^ncw of the \m\xm: liad et apart lor tilt* tpcaker to rest i'tu.a the fatii;uea couMT(pMnl tip. mi the execution of the duties of his oflice. (Mat.) Ah. .Sutton Wii tlie ftrt person to call ajMin tlw house to give hiiu an opportunity of o<ok the lartje <|uanlity of btiiinesH which remained undone at tlie end of the UsX M-H^ion in consequence of the time of the house h iiiL' engioid with the t'lcat and nionnntiMis (juestioii which cam.before it. It was necessary that tliik Inwinevs ihould now lie despjjtclwd, and under tli.s*. circumstances, it wai important th-it the hous<' should have for \i% SjM-aker a p-non whr), iustrail of shrinkin;: from l.ihour. w.Mild rather outstrip the wishe, „f, I,,, housiin the discharge ol ^ „„...,,.„ j,-..^ .„.,„ ..„„.,..hlln'rnilemL'n J TT'I '^T.^T ''""''' '"'" '" '''** 'i''" "'^••'"""*-^* of venting acriuK^nv, and s^.k to hide the author imri. tf.'iitleman whomlwhad the homnirto pronose to tlwr I I 11 • r,,, ,, notice. I, was w ith satisfaction he nfl.cted that it wan '"' ""' anonymous ML'naiure. I he .Member is kiiown ... . ^. ^ . i ui,Uieii wuuidwuMuj(cucejiioii,ioiiiev*rjolprd^^,. Wr. pcrcMve by the Bo.ton papi-rs, that the A.nencan | .^^ ,^,,^.^ ^,,^^ ^^^^, conlidenc*' aiid your Jf.aiitudr H^li; sloop of war Petuttck i> immediati'ly to U* fitter, young n)an, while others around you, grow rich hy fraud and di>l..yalty ; b<' withHis majesty's schooner Nimble has, we observe, In-en out place or power, while others beg their w'av upward ; hauled up, loun.lerco ilKf must tiM.roueh repair ; which 1 >'*ar the pain of disapp.Vmted hop-s, while others gain may ultimately b.. a t.Mal renewal of the hull, it h.,s the accomplishment of th.-ir's hy fl.tt.'ry ; foreg.^h.• gracious pressure (d' th' hand, (br wtech others cringe and crawl. \Niap y.mrsi'lf in your .wn virtue, and i-ek a friend, and your daily hrea.l. If you have, in ,„,.!, a course, grown grey with unhh-mished honour, bless Uod an.l die. MATI RDAV, 41 1 MT97, IS3I. Imvii fr.'fpi.iif|y rnmoure.l that the intenti.ms .d* his Ma j^y\ uovernni.-nt were, to build several hri-^s of war Tir\i\ •rh(Hmer of a smaUer class entirely of .atr nativ.mat. rial, whi. h had b-en hiu'hly approved of hy the a.lmiral, for durabiljiy, biauty of v.in, an.l compactness or of grain. \ \\vk\\\\ .lojH.t, ..f however amall mapnittidr, would give a fresh im|Mtus lu mir almost paraly vd res.)urrra, m.t only from the employni.nt .)f tiur at preM-nt idK> carfH.nt..rs, ^hII of whom have fr.uu i.JhI ^J, rOTIIF LEGISLATORS OFTlU:()LI)lSLAM).s. (F..\ri.F.MK.N, IfllK' lateilebate on the West-Imlia Question does n.t FrMin Smyrna. — Papf^rs to May '22d are rcceiveti * Boston. l^h.'V stale, tliplague is committint: its ravjig.s in the isle vf Hliodes; the (e\ernor of Smyrna hitj taken measures by which all vesM'ls fi.im that .juaiter of whatever flag, will be subject to a (piarantine."* Ju spite oftlus*' precautions, two cases p.'ra:ii>us in Albania. .\s liiis belor.' been verbally announced, in the battle which t..ok place in the environs of Terlepe Nfh^ tbe troops un.ler the conmiand .d'his hiulnu'ss the (irand Visier, an.l the reh.-ls un.ler the command oflive pa.luiswiih two tails, infamous partisans of Mustapha pacha of Sodia, uho has rais.d Hie standard of revolt, God havint' crown.d th.eirorts oi our s.ddiers with su.-cess, -iOOtJ of thiso rebels pass.d umh-r the edi,'e of the swor.l,anfl th.ir tents, nujniiion and bai'iMj.f. II into ..ur hands. Tinarmy .)f the Grand Visier then prn<-e(VKM, having occupi.-a a stnmsr p.Htion on the n.ute berwi. u leH.|M!and kieupruiu, th.(irau.l \ isier res.dv.d togiv.. th.'m batih.. H.'coMs...ju.ntlv t'ave ..piers for an atta. k upon all points, both b\ rb<> r.-::u!ar tr....ps,and tlairre-ular.me of T..ikalick ami Kyghaiic. Tl.e shock x\as i'mrfu.M!s, and tho relxls were .lef.ate.l .,n all side., flving in th.. uin.ost dis..nler, ami leavinjj every tliintr behind iwiw...n ...~ .. I ..V. i'MjMT v.u 10 e\eriion, our on v houe will b* 11 tli* i.v.r > • """ "•*oii; every iiiini; Deliiin ies.s iHc.une p o,H>rtMmate!y worthless) but the vent that ( throw "of the present .nlminMration"^ A oT^w mll.Tv.. 1 in 1 "'"'"•. > 'T ''""•^''^ "' ""^' "•""•^-" -' ''^''^^-k'e fell itw.Mdd alTord lor our varmus wo.m1s. The bai fart U* tiven in the new Parlm.mmt ; thus s.mie tim.. will j^! '"^'J ''"'.''""''*':' |'"' '•""Hinr.n. "1*"" "^ ""'i.' imttiiious, that our islands pxs.spssed so ^'''**.f..re any Parliamentary r '"''^""•"' ^ isier wi^hini! to pn^vrve all the advanlaL'.-s vaiuabl. .. i. source, and that such wviurce was of i"Prtance can b aita.he.l to this mw-limiHed Order in n "* J''*'*'^* '•''"•"'•''>><• reb. Is were attemptini; to vaiuabl. .i 1. source, and that such wviurce was of o sterling a nature as to draw the attention ofour governmi-nt, would iMTcasion a large extra demand for aniclrs of imp..rtance can b aita.he.l to this n.w-liinid.'d Order in n ,• i-...^ .„ C.Miiuil which is to ImfuLed upon you nil ve willy., an.l V """'-^ thems..|v..sat llabouKhan, near Kieupudo. which, in the words of" falsi' lhftin'i:p..|jurtMr' Sii.plHM.'s 1 '*'"'""l*^ movement asdirecier.i Howick,) it M-.-ms, i. ,u.r|y I "."V'"*'"'^ bemy su.ldenly atfacke.I ba.l n..t time to think foreign rx|>ort, wlmh, according |o the bt-st wniers upon •"ea.ly with its man.iiniss.on by M-con.ls, hy minuter b'v I ''* *''7'*"*. ^ •'*' P''*'''' "f >^!' r.>mn.^.i.i.. II . ,. !h..iir l.v ^n.1.. ......1. i... ..' .1 ...* "*ca|M?fl wli Ilis attendants, abamloiiin" all liis feuls wace.ms, and eih-ris, whnh have been -iied bv .mr t'r..ip.. In these difl..renf acfi.ms, thev have ..vin.efl'cr.'at intr.i.idify. and mall their man.iMivr.'s conducted with adniira1)1.' pre."ision. It is said that Mustapha pacha has arrived safe at rshub, hi we have n.iliiiig certain as to ihi.s. (\,mimmicali..i. tlie riae of common wcltha, woul.l Mnirtf to the Col.>ny what it at present wants— a stamina arising from tin? pn^ duct of iu labour, or physical force. In our present almost disculonLsed Mate, with a consequent reduction of demand for all articles of imfM>rt, we 9m ao otiM-r reaource. short of !iii^ierrr..t:aiiun, that ran warmnt a hope, that tlie • times" so •ften and so justly calleuring pe.iple, whose energies of body being direcle.l hy the hi.a.l of the community, would have calle.1 forth tho just. iIm spontaneous fi.hngof gratitu.le, from the hearts of those wlio now, steeped in i.llenes*, justly execrate wlait tla-v ^ann.it h..urs, by days, U\ weeks, by nmnthx. ;,n.l y.-ais. Tht-y vvouM have sh.>wn less int.Uectual .leli.i..ncv, |i>sh incaiiacity, if they pr.)p.>sed the pur.has.' of freed..m bvj.dnts. I pray yuu not to Im. aisrmed ..r h-.l away by the threat .f partial c.mimunicati.m of diiii..s (to which l' allii.led in my extract); it .anm.t Ik? ..asily com|>as.s<.d, and if y. were all brib..d into imprudent' nmcessions thereby, an.l „.''Ii T ^T' "1"""" r H.ranie each part. k.-rs .f the advantage, one motion in "*'""""' '''*^ *'>•<•' cut olfim all si,ies."— y^t,,/. />. ^,/r. I arhamrnt an.l \. mi w.miI.I Ik; wonw than y..u w.-re iH-for. y.u t.-ll into tilltrap .if your enemies. The ohi, the h.val the onmnal C.doni.s of Great-Britain that have so l.mj ^hhd histre to lier Throne. thr.Mnjh waiV nm] triaN. must not Im. s.icrih....l t.) tb.' m w .s|hm ,ilati..ns ..f (;uiana, Trini.lad. and M. Lucia, wh.)se suszars have so lone and so materially adde.l to that clut in the market winch lias been iiu\ still is your constant aflli. lion. (ienileinen. I pray y.>ur. attention to tlie eorr.iboration of my surmiMs ujH.n the St. Lucia petiti..n— ot up, to the utter dLs^|a^..ol Mevsrs. Jeremieand Far(,uhars4.n. (orri..prnpose, as I suspecteu, of beinif laid b<.n* VI .„ I 1 . "".... '•"" •"""ri., in nis WIS. om an.l th.' n .-nitii/l.. prwren.. W, m„„ o,.lv .ubm... unA-r .I* cnv,l,I h;, kn..l,.de.-, ..at..; .1,,, ,!. („ ,J.r?M,„u,^^,i. tion, as etpraaaed by Uie poet, Man never is, but aJ ways to be West." Yesterday ca me on f.ir trial in tlie Instance Court of ViceAdmiralry.b<.fore his Honour W'illian. Vt^y .MunmntrsKsc]. vde Jul-e, 6u. Ate. a cause resivciing tin' f.rfeiiur^ to tinCrown of three Slavs, the property of a c rtain Jaim-s fiMifWNi Williams, of thett Islands, Plarvr.for an all.aH breach of the abolition laws. TIm ca.se for tlie pr.is. cution was conducted by tlie Attorney General, and that for iIkclaimant by the Solicitor (ieneral As the case is still under the consideration of iIh* Judfe. we cann.it enter iiit. .l.-tails to-.lay, but must await hLs dc-' cision— wlien wo pri)nuM> ,.ur rea.lers fhc |wrtrcMlar5..f this trial, which, from circunutaiic(>s tliat occurred, are of an interesting atun\ >n The Tmnsport Brig Trafalgar, Vn>m Si^-rra Leone, arrived here bst evening, with recruits for tlie 2iid W ami Slav.. I rotectorship to be thr mi/y point.', in .Jispute while in th.. sam.. moment he says xou hav.done notbinir* and anudi-s to it as an example, and in^^st e.xc.llent auth.V-' rity, Jor lorcinc u|).m y.m (r. >li Onlers in Council. A letter, only yesterflny rcceivcl from St. Lucia, corndn*. sates my suspicions as to the nature of the petition Thai letter stato. that it actually was set on loot bv Jeremi.> an.i Farquharsin--tliat ..f tl,. 210 si:.Miatur.>s; th.ise of thiwliit.-s were umler 5(>~tliat mt more than i.mi w..r.. pr.,prietors— and that tin* mn|..rity w.-ro refuL'e,.s from Martinique. (Jontlemen, I sf^-ak under auth.iritv, manv kin.l frands—niany to whom m\ thanks are dm— to w l.om I am unknown— k.-rp me well inf.'rmed. I Mate onU facts, t,>r which I can almost in all can-s advance aurhoritv I his I etition, if ne-lected, will play the v.-rv d.'vd wiiil you. It IS all your duties, all your interests, to Pxi)ose it It IS the deepest part oftkgame yft plav. d by v.Mir enemies. I, s t.. form, an.1, if they *krcp fl.^jr ^„., (wliich (,o.1 of his infinite mercy forbi.l. for all xoursakes) will hirin— the ground plan of tinstructur.. to bo raiv d to vour rum by the present Ministry, at the beck of tb*. ^aint tf-rs are sorry, forsooth, for the Proprietors in MFXICO. By the scho.mer FniiH.ror, which arrived in this port ..n >b)nday even.n.,, w.r.....;ved papers Inmi Mexico to the -^/ 1 I ult. and h-tters fn.m Tampi.-o t.. th. :).h invt. I he most p.rh.t ira.u,,„li.y rei-iM ,| thr..uel.o„t tl • rountry and the particular atfotion o( (nivernmeiil was directed upon puldo eriu.aii.m an.l iIhb..si means of extend.nekuowI...Ur,.,„i| h^,^., „,• ,,,^. ,^ ^^^^^ afl.,rd>ug a pr.H.I of the lilM-ml ,nd honest v^ews ol the preH'-ntAdmmistration; for tl,.is<. only who fi ar broad d.y. \\i'Zht upon thoir acts surround themselves wi.li darkn,;s. V-v^ .'.unis ol money had been shipped at Tan.aul:, s, on hoani one .,f his C. M. fri^,,. ,.X„, .^^..^^.^ J^ b>r the payment of tlie d.vi.lends on the natmnal loans in r.urop.. The Vic-president has appointed Ifis Fx.-ellencv D.-n Manu.| l>.o/ IJ.M,dh, J,Mlcre-Adtt..ror,|a. S.at,of M. x•r.. a man celebraieter Plenip.„entiarv Ivxtra.'nlmarv to tin. Gov..rnm..„t> of (iantima.a aii.l Colombia. — -.. UiUaH> J ire. Naint^. The Mi Uls I. RShe touclied at Barhadi>es, to land a part of ^" r c^' '' '**''" ^'''^"' ^•^*' **''" ^^' '•"^''^^^ ne-^ Iw cargo ^^rt^ .''*''""' ^'' ^^'''nty y. ars of your interestv,) hm ,„ vru theri ( ts not even to br aa apjx.aI-positire man.iates aic the orA st.,ry IS <^,rront In th.. p.>litical circh's. a!iho„g), it has not apjH.ared in any of the journal,, that Lor.l Wdiiam -.tmck tlK. G.vern.>r.(;eneral ol India invited all the .fhcerswho compos., his stafl, to dinner : .hat, in b. "•Mctothe nunm.nds ol hi. Kxcellency. tlu.y a'l a.ten'M, ^at Hown t.i a most sumprnou. vpr.,H. u^^^ neirl er ale no drank atid after a shoit ix-n.^l they all r.ise from the table and t.M>k th.ir .l.panure. lf-^..7.o:V..._There are iiuho present elTectivcserar I y list of h, n.on ;v~.^^.f> ,.ff,,,.,, ^.^^ ^^ ,.^^, ^, ^^, l-o. une f...l.!-mnr>hal. th.. Duke of Wellincton • J I r.e o nV t.LV* '""' "^"'-^••"'•n^l^ ; .•f)niajor-p.,Kra!s l .olon. Is; irOlirntr'i.ani.coWel.s jaiul 117 imj.'rK Z%^ M^ii)smm ilrjEritjo^ m RUSSIA. Sf piTEluMt'KUM, June 18. — Genoral Count Toll has ^foUowmg details on the ilUiess of the late Field \lar9l*l Diebitsch : la ikt' aioroiug .>f the 2H\h May (9di June) the Martial bad M^ himself unwell, but .luring the whole day he ueafcd to be in gooii heitltl;, had eautn, and s*'emed in "'^slspir*** as usual, and Uieie was nothing tliai exciied '^o^v apuft'liensi.in for his h.-alih. In the evening, he Ci.! u>bd*t ten .*cl att.-iid to some busiL and still appeannl quite well; about two o'clock in IkI'lioruing, be su Idenly felt indisposed, and called to bis atu*n.lts, but forba.le them to awaken any body, or even to totch a physician. It was imt till past 8 o'clock, that, j,„jin^ hiimeif grow iiiL' worse, l,e ordi r.^d Mt. Scln'g'l, jjy^jfiijii in ordinary to the Finpeior, to be called, but desired ilial-^iobody else should be disiurb.'.!. Wlieii tin(i.Ktor came, he saw symptoms of cholera, Mliich soon beca. % very violent. The severe attacks w iiicli usually ac< III) )Hnv this disorder, lasted several hours; the patient HIS inno.'diately bb'.l, lettclie, wie ajiplied, and very uKunt: friction employed — in short, no means that niiiibt jifiid relief was noirlected. The Field Marshal, retaiuiny all bis presence of mind, or.lered every person except the iueiill assured, however, ibat there will be a mnjonty in his favour. The BcLiau .Mimsiers sc-m to have been taken by surprise by tho strength ami resources ot their adversanei.. sJomf of the speei lies .leliverd upon th occasion display coiisideruble cUvciiio:!, and tiie debate, upon ih whole, is creditaljle to th' talents of the Assen^bly. The people in the galleries wcri: less uproarious upon Monday. The Kti^jent is suspected of not being iiid>spostd to in' crea->(. the obstacles to t'.ie immediate settlemeni of the Crown. M. Surlet Chokier appears to have found out oil at oace that even the reflection of sovereign power is not quite so irksome as he atte^ited to think but a short time ago. The agitators ap|iear to have been at work in I^uvrid, and some other places; and his Royal Iliiibness miili at home and abroad, tcL'tu wii!i the most alacMiini: accounts. Li short, there is a coiU|)lete puiic ; and as iiiankindare ever prone to macruily iiorrora, so we trust that the ..xtent to which tin* disc4.se has prevail.-!, th.. state id" nmrfality, will be fu id lohave b... .i ..-.. raid. .Vt.M.iscow, the accouats fviHU wlkuce are more specifnth tii those Inun nu>st Otlh'r places, not mon* than one in 2*J of the inhabitants sulfere.l; while at Warsaw, w lu're it was pnuluced tw. months ago, it s*'ems to have made but little protrress. We are Ur Ironi .lenyiiitr that the evil is .if a nature to .leinand the mo.st serious attention ; and this, we are gla.l t.i fia.l, it has met with. .\ll liie d(cuiiM.|its received from abro*il by our i;overnui.nt were transmitted last wt'ek to tiieColle^'e .if Physicians, by wb.im a cmimitut? was appointed, wiio .Hal during .s..\..ral successive days, includint; ounday, and bestowed upon the investiiralion all the care aad aiujety which it merit.*.!, 'i'h.* points on whi. h their opiaion was more pirticularly require.l relat.d to th.' mo.le in which the di.s^^aso Ls propat'at.'d, and the ctmse.pient necessity, .ir oth<.rwis<, of quarantine. The conclusion *t wiiich th..y have arrived is, that the di.sasc is infectious in so far as r.'L'ards its pasOnu fr.iin on.' person to anoilmr ; ind th.'y do not look upon it as proved that it luavnotals*. beiransniitt..! by po.ds. Under tb.M. irciimstancs, th.-y have ju.ljred it most pr ideiit loadv.icale the proprioty of strict quarantine Ix.inr enforced both .in pure.s •'hjch the necessities of the case re.piire are in .iperaii.m ; tad we wiml.i caution them aeainst beine iinn..ces*arily •wined by the ..x lu'tjerated accounts which are always given under such circi.nisfances as the pr.>4.nt, a;^ w.-llas ?inst beintrl.Mlto place any reliance what.-ver oir tlM•um-rous m..tho.ls of treatmint recommended throujh th.jn*dium of tlio press, hy well nvanui:jhut weak aiwl ciedul''s p.!rons. Aniooi! those we may pit iicularly. allu.le t.. .' p'an of c.iverinctlK! p^tieof wih an iinivt-rsal catapla^mof liemp,>c..l, wh.ch a roniem}>.irarv has lau.ied ; iMoujh tiM? rateofm.utaliry where iliis ri.liruhMis nieth.>d was ad.ip'ed actually amounted t.i about one in two. The eTp..n..i,rr^ of the Lidjan practiti-mers has hmi? ta-irht them I" lav av-.l,. nllatt(.mpts at tiio .!isc,.v..rv .f specifics, and tr-ai tlie .lisease on co.i.'ral princ-de.s, accor.linc t.. the a TT"^J" **"'' P^''^'"'"''*'' ''*-'"' f'r ^!>' malady it.stdf, a.HiheerfecUofrem..die., differ very much in difVerem tndividuar. Extract of a letter from Lacuira, dated July 15, to a L'entleuian in N.'w York: — The afiair to the win.lward, headed by Gen. Monagas, has been settled wiihout bloo.lshed, and tlie authority of Venetdela, under her constitution 'A\\i\ laws, ajxain re-established. Every thlii!^ an.l every part of Venezuela, is now eruirely quiet. It will tak.. some iiiontlis to render every thing rei/ular and establish corifi.!eij("e; however, it is to be bo|x,'d it will be done, and for a tim.. at least, wi. shall have no more Bttchinchus. By the Soto, tosail in HJ days, and Decatur, I will write more fully. Our market isirluiled with flour." Within tliirt.'cn months, endinj; the 1st of Julv, no less than iliirt..eii sovereiL'n rulers ceased to jjovern, either in c.msequeuce of the will of their own subjects, or by the m.iii.iate of a hijrher pow.r: Liip-land — (ieorfie IV., dead. France — Charles X., deposed. Aljiiers — Mahmoud, turned out. Roni.. — Pius \ III., dead. Saxony — .Vntliony, deposed. iNaples — Francis, dead. Belijiuiii — William, deposed. Sardinia — Charles Felix, deposed. Brunswick — Duke Charles, doposed. Gretfce — Capo d'lstrias,, resi^ne.l. Bra/ils — Don Pe.lr.i L, abdicat...!. Colo'iihia — BoHvar, dea.l. Polan.l — Archduke Chajh's, deposed. The Ronvins deposed th.ir Dictator, Mintitius, and the jji'n.'ral of tlu'ir cavalry, Caius Flaminius, nn the same day they ha.l been el..<"ted, because one of the citiu^ns of Rome had heard a moose squeak. Yesterday. John Bi n. ii. Esq. a native of these Islands. ai!ed Hi y<.u Is, whose mild manners, and tc.mperate demeanour <;ained him thniuulilite iherespectofall who knew him. (t7^ Krriy person ahnyt to Irnnn thcr Islnnfit, nftrr harinjr resided therein for the space o/TiiinTy hwh, must ^ire srrnrittj at the Stcrctarys OJiee, nr put up his name in said Ojficr for viyThns iiavs previous to hisdtparture — after which, at any time duruig fortv-fivk n.ws, a Ticket may he obtained. .NAME.S OF PFRSO.NS AnofT TO OBTAIN TI( KKT8 FOR nrPARTTIir. JOth July. .... Mann.d \rcon 2.id "' J.imes Plack '* ... Andrew Sinipon ITth \iicnt ^^ rn II. Ho;rh ^flifncaift> PORT OF .\ iss.ir, :\. p. ARRIVED, ^ 26th Aug. — .\m. Sch. Governor Paris. Lin.lsev, Boston Lumber, Shin^ks. t'orn, lierf Ac. to JoSKPH THOMPSO.f i7th II. M. Ship Race Horse, Williams. Hermnda i;ih Bri){ TraiaUar. Sierra Leone, last Barbad.ies *7th tip. Sch. Umon, Calsada. ("yba Fustic, and Santa Maria Wood, to Pktiik .Nimmo &i. Co. tr)th 2r>th 4tfh :th CLE\RED, Srh. Primrose. Hudson, Port .\ntonio, Jamaica BriR Exeter, Baillie. Havana SAILED. P>ric F.Hpheniia. Snowlen. Liverpool S( h. rrMiir.isr. Hudson. Port Antonio, Jamaica PAS.-^ENtJER ARRIVED. In tie Spanish Sch.Mmer Union: — .Mr. Bora;;o. PASSENGERS SAII ED. In the Bri? EuplM-mia : — Capt. E. Webb, of H. M. 2d. W. I. Reft. ; Serjreahts M'Knight and Simpson, with their families, and several Orphan children. 1>I;??T ^''^''"^ ^ '^*' ''•'*' •'"'>'' •'ontain the rVhates in th.^^ lonii i,on?rj^,s upon Sondiv. and to a hre h..ur on Moa im.., *""^^" /'"'T"'*'>t>n of th<' nccrtir^nreof the IR pro d?l' '"" "hs^ttte-l. hnt it ;,e^TJ^ opf^-.tion are fi brmc "*. an.1 It looks now as ,f the majo.-irv in favour of r.mrti FOir .\F%V VORK. The fine fasi saihn'j s.hooner Thrr^e Sisters, w'll he dispatched with as li'r|.> delay as possible. For freight or pansace apply to Captain Cfiaiider or, HENRY GREENSLADE & Co. Atirim 24*b. ]VOTItK. THE SUnSCRIBEKS will sell on Monday next, at the Vendue House, at S'X months credit, that well kii.i'.vn fast sailinsi copper t"a.steiied boat M.AJESTIC, with a small boat and niateriab. 11. GKEr.NSLADC & Co. A'leuit 21tlu Jt! BY HBNKV UKEe.NSLADL *, CU. • On Monday uezt, the 29th instant. AT THE VKNDUi; UOtaE, At 10 0*01oek. A. M Will be sold Superfine Flour in Barrels, Corn in Baes, Soap and Candles, '^^ Pork in Barrels, Witli Sundry other articles, Terms, cash. At tiro Month's Credit, 3 Butts Barkley and Co*s London Brown Stout 40 Kegs White \ j, 10 do. Black i '^'"^ At one Month's Cndit, A neat Jersey Wai^-jon A do. Double Carriage A LiLdit GIG .\u?ust 27th. BY HENRY ADDERLEY. Oti Monday next, the 29th instant. AT TIIE VKNDt'F. HOLSE, t 10 O'clock, M. Will be Sold. 1 Case Brown Platillas, 1 do. Lawns 6l Linens, 1 do. Bed Ticking, 1 Bale White Cottons, 1 Box of N.'L'ro Pipes, 4 do. Durham Mustard, 1 Trunk Women's Hose, Furniture Dimity, 6lc. &.c. Terms, .ash. Aiitrust 27tb. BY JOHNSON & SAUNDERS. On Monday next, the 29th instant, AT THF VFMUF. IfOl'tJF, t 10 0*Clock. A. M. Wiil be sold At two Months Credit, 20 Barrels Wheat Flour, 20 do Jamaica Sugar, Aueust 27th. BY JOHNSON 6l SAUNDERS. On Monday next, the 4th September^ AT TUB VENDUK HOUSR, At 10 O'clock, A. Ztt. Will Ik' S.dd, At a Credit of four Months, \ Lot of .)f Land, with the Buildinps and Improvements thereon, situate in* the town of .Nassau, bounding South on Hill StrcMtt -i3 fet 8 inches, I!ast .m Lot of W. Sands, 9\ feet. North on Lot of J. Perpall, 51 feet, and West on L.it of G. Li^htfinit, 91 feel 6 inches. .\ucust 27th. — -^ BY HENRY GREENSLADE 6l CO. On 3fonday,the \2th Septemberneit, AT THE YE.MITB UOUSK, At la O'clock, M. W ill b<' old, without reserve, Tliaf pleasaatly situated H.mse and L..t in Bay Strret, at tlKcomer u( Culnier .Street, at pies.'nt .ccupi<'d by Mrs. Eliz-abeib Watmop. A Plat of tlie Preniies wiij be lef\ at the Subscribers' Store for insjiection. • Terms — Six m.mths credit from the day of sale, the purchaaer givinj: approved Security. An-jiist fitb, l*n. C1IRI8T CHrRCH PAR18H. T^JJ-JS vngfTHl^ HAVING fixed the assiw of nKKiD at the late of fSJ pi*r barrel of suixrfine Flour, Or.lered, that the sliilliuj Laf lib. 4oi. liy order of *be Vestrv. DAVID SPENCE, Vestry Clerk. ,Tnv Room, 2d Aujnist, 1831. ivotice] \^ THE SUBSCRIBER, intending to leave the BahaiWH in all Novemlwr next, calls on all those to whom h may he indebted for their respective demands; and thoso indebted to him, he earnestly requests, will settle the same by the end of September ensiMnj!, to enable him to n>et llie demands against him, and all accounts remaining unpaid at that iK'ri.HJ wiil be sued for indiscriminately. 20th Julv, 18.31. ROBT. WIER. LA^T ]%OTIC K. PERSONS still remaining imiebted to th estate of the late DroALD Blair, deceast'd, are required ic make immediate payment, as th* subscriber is instructed to clo that e." -' .

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    \ H bi 1 I 11 (txci.ttjrc.) FARIS, Jun^ 19. in.—It bwiih pk^Mnn* I commuimate to you, tUl Z^ a%amA ^Smi9 nuikv theu retreat, and by gomg it luug way about, reiu.hti ih rautrw> whtck had cot ibrm ho ruaiiy nttn. On thit biinxiy day thr Ku*iam tiok three wnnon and (il^iMi jruoners Uurin^ th dn tioii ; aaioiit; tht in are a n '/ i '#• -<• i i' • .'' *"^"" *" 'toi •ioco my l,„r ul' v.-Mtrrc^av all h.7':"' L*'^ -' nrural batta' '"''^ *^' '""*'"^ .^'" I 'if oj Lxicrty i,ia.lianeou.,)v -^ ai yf.Mtrru^y l! has nrniiMii<^ trajM,mJ Iio*, i^^ui^ (t *,.u..utd p.c ked up oinht. /.clu ol bauk. i ^''^** preparations are making hen* among iitf pairUu fcjy luut li wilJ not be on Um) tlirone tiiik day tHo ui^i; •re, it ia fetuwd, not \ery far from tlitj mark. ^"^i *' Ou llifi aiiuivetMiry oMhe Jievolutiun, then* U wr, wttii v,ry prop<d ofl whhoui the >"'*^ ^"'" the retreat. The pruoiar* ay, that Geo. aU classes, ajid th Governirient appear au.. "^ •oi^oMife; four hudiea oJ workmr-n hnvn h*.^,. -*rww.,^ .. i *^M"*ki was killed, and (ieoeraJ.^ Pat Kickj woiuif felluw I mentioned lo you lIOf, whojj ym%A and rhiHit vrere clove anunoer by a M>re cut. The Morgue hai ben croirded with vuiiorsto viijw a >nf h not very likejy to cahn rij lurbuieni spirit which ta abroad. Tl^ Journal* are fiUed ifh leHcr* of conipbiints from l.dividuaU who have In^n n.alireated witlnMit U)e lean provocation bv the Nm.oual iv, that m^ny of tlie ltfgiou 4tv about to imutute a trnt enquiry re.ptcfin*; ihoa.who have behaved s^ brui! ; *7-*-'P' 'i<-'^i roin !heu body. Many ol the i niational Guard app^-nr to forget (hat they enunate Iron. im|>eo|>h., Hiid act in a manner whhh has already obtained h.r them the namr ut Oendai n.ei. Tluy want liiat jrrand rej,ji^ite ,d a .niiidicr, obeditnre to tlieir coinniMnder. ; moM of th.-m actiu^ ih. y think ht, on the iiiH>ule of thf} moment, without waiim;; h,r ordt r^. 1 liMve ubferved thi on many OicaHions ; and have n.v.idf more ||.an oncj.. In^r. nearly the victm. of s.,rh .M.duc. lei (>vn^r^\ l^.bah, in an order of the dav, ha run^ralulate..n their cunrl.irt ; one tani.ot. however re .urpriMHi at Mich a congratulation coming' fioni hini, on l'rnin? tin. who.,! wherein he was educated. T'o the i-fernal honour ofi.r-..,.! Lnfay^.ttt.. wh^mday of court -••niH at ^n thus depicted by liie London Times:-— '' tvery statement which we have recently seen, and K\fty account from eyt'-\iitne**e Mhich we have heard, concur in repre*.iiting the condition of iiel^Mum, both in iiaiiadine, manufacturing, and other interests, as most deplorable—order every u here destroyed or ihrtatened, and dislrcv-, and nii-ry tnumpbant. 'J'he commerce of Antwerp is totally at a stand; the chief merchants, apprehensive that the violence ot liie Belgian volunteers may provoke reprisals from the garrison, ha\e leli the city, and s sitting upon Domiciliary visits of the Doli! take place at all hours of the day and night ; and only are tlie suspected parties arrested, but the police t'u possession of the houM?, and arrest all those who come t An instance of tJiis kind took place yesterday, and gf teen persons were arrested. I regret this, asour Gover ujcnt is a wise and virtuous one. 1 hope it may still w uinph; but doubt I shall not have com age enough to s out tiie result." '^ ^^ • Anodier letter has reached us, in a postscript to whirl* we Jiave the subjoined passage : The riots here ought only to be mentioned ass The rioters are mere housebreakers, pickpocket Seven-eighths of the Parisian.s — although manu d"* foreign war — are desirous of uuietnesi:* at hnn... .._*^ iok. kc. siro will preserve it." quietness at home, and llie piMceful inbabitanta conceive themselve fav our ,|.„ , >.v,wv.j, UUIIIIH lilt thr.M.nu.jr troubles ol l>e( ember, all wa<. pot over will,out a,.v jH-rMMial vioh-iirf en the part o\ the Nation ^yMkri\* at a time t.Ki when the a.Hfai1ant. and the daioM al was a thousand fold. B.it tin. thm-, have 'chan-^dTiaTe anil, and men change with flMMii. M-iiiy arrt-MH have lak.n place, both dnrincr the cumnorn.n and ,inre. AinoiiirM other M. L..,„.ox, ex-cobnet of tin* l^ancrr*. A visit t'le Commis^arv of Policp to ^;s-< paid to his house bv irwl his ollicfrs, and all his pHfMM-., .,„d a viriety of unciM,t^rmo.,r, .,ei/.ed huA carrid to the Prefecture of P.Jire. A joke i. cornnt. that •mono,, the !„,„., w;„ a Kn„,H„ ,hi,h|, „,,„.,, „^^ ^ v^k and .he letter, S. |. Q. R. which n.-re inn n.reta^v Ih. ( om,„K.ry_" .Sa M.jcau. Phil.p,H. ...i'tn-ra hMh he ( olonel l.a, a irreat rolbctio,,, were stated t.i r^' a d.|e,t ol anus, to he placd it. the hand, of the l>ontp.irti *.,y ot (;ranna to Ciecharawiec. in ..filer lo he at hand to oppose any rhinj; (hat the enemv nii^ht ..It. inpt. (,n th# iiil. Ill the evrii.oi;. • detaclwinit. ion.utiin; "' ''le Ui regimeiii of farblneers, the rr-irtirnt Parrht de 'lolly and a brmadr o llulaoe. Ml Ml with the enen.) and diove them back; Ihr iniai.try arfnuiqiil toward, th*lon. while the caalr^urur.l the rn.my\ poiiion. TLr^e fMie troop, executed tje attack with almne^v and in truth cut down the rejjmjrnt of Yacer*. which alone vmtured fo await threitack. ovenluiH the mfanirir. which ioimd retUKe in the lore.t, ami look one canjo.. Id the night the rebHs rHm^tti towards tE^aewy; nw^ail loM Iji) pn^wuer-i. and had many killed and wounded. Tke Kt^siAN lo* W4% >u men m all. On the iJd the TieldMar%ha{ wear to Kl.'rkowo, and on the £4th to Ui.oiv Muaowircki. Hfre he learned fhat the Guard. . er. Ihe navifaiion of the Scheldt is conceived lo boao insecure, from the spirit of animosity that actuates lire parties, that the little business which is still continued with Lnt;l.ii,d IS conducted through the canals of ilanden and tlKJ port of Ostend. So afraid are the better classes ol H bombardmeni, that they have sent away their families to .>ialines, or the suiroumling villa^'es at M.n.e distance from Uie walls, and have depw*ited their most valuable property or articles ol furniture in their cellars, which are bombproof. As siM.n as they hear die first gun tired from the ciUdel, thev are preparer! to descend themselves into the same subtirranun asylum. Nor are tliey likely lung to escape so great a calamity, if the proceedings oftheuar or republican party are not strictly watched, and their machinations constantly counteracted •'y the loyal tranknevs of the Belgic authorities, combined •*itli the moderation of the Dutch commander.— This fa.lion, anxious to break the armistice and to embroil the two coumnes m frt^h hostilities, that they may attain their own ..mbiiious objects, or realize their revolutionary schemes are ,nce*KanHy attempting to provoke quarteU between ll.e inhabitants or volunteers and the gariison— A Belifinn Mddieru as lately detected with a liL'hted torch in his liand preparing to fire olT ft bomb against the fortress w hich in General Cluuae's preaent state of suspicion and resentment Hua.i.,t the p<.rfidie, of the Belgic troops, might have led Imn to Mt hre to the city. This fellow bad a considerable Mim o money on his penon, which was suptos<.d to have U-en llK. bribe b,r this act of atrocitv. K.rint: the muskelry acHinst the soldiers in the forties, i anever>-, neral, and resolved adverse lo the existing Government Ihis circumstance, and many others of the same kind k very remarkable, because it proves that the (iovernm^nt has now to combat all the strong and powerful parties wluch occupy the country, without having anv thing else partie, p, _nv thi to oppose to tl.em than the force inertia of an mternie diate party. But in no time, and especially in a time of revolution. '• d( f/* ::"• '"^ "I ueoiiiiy, ana uadly avsund the eYi*.if>iw^u r>r .^.. ...<.. :J..-: I II. • -. L'voiution, ever wasan intermediate party sufficient for tlie efence of power. We may then say' with truth that Iter 10 months of a life of debility, and badly assund the existence of power is decidedly put in question Thii pos.tnm of the Government of July, has much anaWv with that in which the Royal Government was placed after ha vmu struggled during fifteen years aeainst tlie Revolution havirjg for its defence the power of ritiht, that of the e.>od which It did for the country, and. its attention semne upon every occasion that pre^-nted itself, to support the honour of the f rench naiiie. *^ litary ruffians who profess to be their dvfvtu] mi<*rs. What prt>vide4l they can insure the commi nc.n.ent of a reneral war, and throw all the odium of the frigbtlul CHta.irophe on their Dutch enemast i on 1 he f Con/emonof De /V.-I know too mu^-h of the world o expect good m it, and I have learnt to value it too little to br. concet ne,l at the evil. | have gone through a life of wonders, and ;.m the subject of a vast variety of nrov" denres I have been fed more by miracle 'than Eh J. when the ravens were his purveyors. I have some xim ago summed up the scenes of my lifein this distich; •' So mnn has tasted differing fortunes more. And thirteen times 1 have been rich and poor." Inthe school of affliction 1 have h-arnt more philosophy than at the academy, and more divinity than from the nulpit ; in prison I haveh^arnt toknowtirat liberty does not consist m opi-t, doors, and the free ecress and re-n-ess of locomotion. I b.ve learnt the rough side of the ^orld as well as the smooth ; and have, in less than half a year, ta^tod the difference between the dosetofa king'and the d.mreon o .Newgate. I have suffered der.piy for cleavii.ir [o pnnc.ples.ofubich integrity I have lived to .say, mne but tbov. I suffered for ever reproached me with ii The m.mediate caus^^s of my Miffi ring have been tl.; bein'e betrayed by tho^ I have trusted, and scornine to bet "J those who trusted me. '^ • rrep,roilv w,rh advantage. The maia ay.bv its arrival, oblit** / M • *" ^"'*' *"*^ followed them. On the =ijth, the f ir IdMarshal, after a march of io werMa. fell m with Uieir re^ fii.rd at Py^ki. and the brave RuMian troops attacked them viRorously and gamed more advantage,. On the inth. at daybreak, the arm v proceeded eight werataon this side ol Ostrohnka — The Russian vanguard, rontistinx of a brigade ol grenadier, and somr regiments of cavalry, (ound lh<> enemv m woody defiles, where they atfi-mptcd to make a aud. but beinr Charged with the bavonrt, were m)M driven out .d puraued to Ostrolenka. A division o( inlanirv rletemie^ the town, which was taken at the point o^the bavonet. .Notwuhstandioa the fire which broke out m several place*, rhc K„,sio troops executed fkeir iMOveroents with eoual courjge and precision, so that the eneiBV had not fijto' to drMiov the bridge over the .N'arrw At the iMrnc time the Hnlans of the guard attacked the 4rh remrnf rtf the line, rlrove it into the nrer, and cut oil the rrtr^ tot all those whr> did not pensh by the sword, or in the wavM. After these event* orhr.iveeirnadiers. having rea, bed the othtr bank, they penetrated info the columns which she..i rhrnt•elves. got posMe^ion of their cannon, and took which are intended to plunder Belcium, tl.ar. by ..„ne unled process, the nwiiey may he tran* try of Holland to tin* F:>rK^#i..^P ..• i rrencl explained process, the muney may he transferred from |.e Treasury of Holland to tl)e Exchequer of Enplar.d The • government likewise, since it has displayer' a laudable hr,nne,s ,o countere^ine the machinations of the pr.w papandist faction, conu-* m for its share of abiisi. •• We may conclude," says this logical libeller, that tb'e French ( ahinet, by its participation in tbo. dark n Hnmivres b.^s •..me project of partitioning Bilgmni, as iVkid was 'fori miriv partitioned." jiartitioned.' K saw •5 •• a^si III, F^rmm the Ijithdtm Star^ Jyne 21. The private letter from onr reciler Correspor.Vnf in I artf, which we eive this day, represents that Cai.iial again tranquil ; although rhat tranqu-lity ,> adminrd to be extn^m^dy precarious. We have, however, seen private l-trer froiu a gentlen:an in that city, mhich speaks of Hkstate of alfatrs there in more al have left me incumbered with an immpportable Weight of debt; and the remarkable compassion of ^me creditor* after continued oflers of stripping, mvardf naked, by entire than thev were able, or le^s than thev knew how ; bywbi.h meansmostofthedebtsr have discharged, hav; co' me f. ri> sbdiinrs in the pound, and the creditor half , „,urh wW ;;;. ": 'r' r.mily,a wife and ., rhildren they ri r "' 'l'^-'. '^""'^ ^"J">'' '^^ P-"< ''' Inv J^er^'; "T' ^ "^" '*" *^^ nrcmstVnces, and rtMny or^irrs t.K> Inne to write, my m.ly happiness is this : I bave always h^^n kept ebeerf.d, easy,and^p,iet, enjoyinr ai-rtec, calmof t!ic mind, denrness of tbo.iiht, and-'si i'! him ; y^'l'"''''''^' "^-I arrived to it,' lai.sl.r n n, ,n short, by h constant serious application to tie crea'. solemn, and wei.bty work of resignation to the ill of' r' J:^:l "^P: ^'"' r-:A^c^ ro tkr r.ife rrd ArfrenfL, rf I t i ruf,^.-^H„,rftr, Anrrfiff /ihrary. '• "IB Ol tne rvatl (cjMiseway) to War p •* r-'Mtion I ii.d by ....r r... > •f"uteln. The arminir terms than thow wniT >ay.H. in.expjain_^ "*1 ^^. ^^**'"*""^ '"' mt^-nding to leave Fram'e : The rebels in order to secure their retreat, and not be obliged *""" "•• ^*'* matters are lookintr verv -loon.v to paa, a marshy afrenm insight ot the army, attacked the I '**''•' = *^*^ '" doubt that the new Chamfer will Russian colnmns ft^e d.n.rent times, „d were each t.me re' •verturn the Ministry, and a general discontent :• .1. 1 ceire,! S. the Russian h.^. .,.,,. He.ng vigoeensly repulsed, in the better clas. of citir.ens 7 ! t and orusheiY, ACGiNT 31, 1S3I. Ob VOL. I— I\o. XIII. i'lli: BAli\.M \ VKGl.S. PUBIISHKI* .*iKMl-Wr.F.KLV IN N.\.S.S4l', .\. P. ^igtkt Dollars per annum— Zn advance. I'HE LADY OF rAHWlMOV PCETP.7. Says cJandy to IJocky, 1 think if is hard, Tho' I keep myself quiet, I cannot have rest, Thoxe Conchs do torment me, they will not regard The high rank which 1 hold as the Govornor's guest." They also accuse me of standing in halls, To listen, and hear what they say of afl'airs ; I here can declare, 1 ne'er listened at all. That's as true as my head, Sir, is cover'd with hairs." Stop Stop !" says the other, pray do not go on. You know that they saw you, while doing the deed ; You can make no excuse, for this thing you have done, So guilty of list'ning, now you must plead." "You must alse expect. Sir, to add to your titles. For ev'rv achievement, to gain some more names, And .Sir Robert Sandy, P. P. F. E. L. Uerealter be styled' — to the grief ol Sir James." •' Well then." say, the former," If I must confess, I tell you I'm very unwilling to shew it : Unless there's a ttdliale and spy in the place. How can the inhabitants manage to kuow it ?" •However, I'm sure, 1 ne'er did if but once. And that was just after I'd taken a drop. Which got in my head, Sir, and made me a dunce, And therefore to steady myself, I did stop." "I could not hidp hearing tliem speaking within. And who would have known. I was standing without. Unless some vihhiackgiiard was watching mv sin .' There's a spy — that there is — it admits of no doubt." *Tou'Te'spoken the truth, at last," Kockv replied, But as for the blackguard yon think is voiir (oe, He's one of your friends— ''>''k and a, ugly as Old Nick himself. And I see when he opens this thing. And gives to the people their note. from the hill, itui these notes some bad tidings do bring." Some turn up their noses, some screw up their mouths. As much as to sav, I don't care A farthing for all that's containd in this box, And others are angry, and swear." ^'?u^t";J^' '^^n -"^r •'""^ '''•"' '^"-y " '^" machine ? lis the box of Pandora— quite full tn letter, of business and letters of spleen, And letters their anger to lull. 'j,Jnngs snrh a quantity, too, of had news, P box bringing mischief and trouble along. or those who the Tyrant displease." *7li?e?J^r' '• I'" '^"^ ""^^'^ y "y be quite For r ^^ y w'th you agree, ^ •It so much wickedness come from the hand, "nai a store m the heart there must be "' true, Q.Q. FRAGMENT. Oh, could you view the melody Of every j:rac*. And music of her face, lou'd drop a tear; Seeing more harmony In her bright eye Than now vou hear. • • • e Wf will stop at Tarwinion,*' said my friend Harvey, after a hard day 's walking in the nei-liboiuhood of tl'iJ Li/ard ; we shall be sure of a welcome ; and 1 much wish to see my old friend Mrs. Trelawney." Harvey was a native of this part of Cornwall, and knew every individual and place of any note within many miles of this district. I had met him on the continent, and, much pleased with his society, had atrreed on an excursion ill the summer for the purpose of investii^atiiii; the geology of the western extremity of the kingdoiu; ainl on this day we had made a complete survey of the Lizard Point. Tiiniini,^ away from the comemplation of the massy rocks risiie,' from their ocean bed, which compose this bold pronioiitory, we woie soon at Carwinion ; and thoiiLdi 1 expected from Harvey's promise to spend a pleasant hour or two in the evening, after our day's ramble, I was much and agn.'eably surprised at the rich fund of anecdote and story of our kind hostess. From the exterior of Carwinion, no one would imacine it was anv more than a respectable farm residence ; hut, on entering tin* house, he would be struck with an elegance quite at variance with its outward appearance. We were shewn into a little room with rich black oak panelling and carved work, the windows deeply set in the vvc.il, (at that moment shedding a faint but mellow light round the apartment, for the sun was then going below the horizon, shewing its broad disk over the wide Atlantic) ; the ceiling of" the room was ornamented with a deep wrought cornice ; and in a little recess, from an elegant vi,e of Italian marble, were flowers scaltering their perfumes grateful to these use. Fatigued with our day's toil, we enjoyed the comfortable hospitality of Mrs. Trelawney to her complete salislaction, and did ample justice to the cakes, coffee, and rich clouted cream, for which this county is so famous ; and they were rendered more delicious by the kind manner in whi.li we were pressed to partake of what was before us. 'J'he news of the ilay, anecdote and social chat, brouglit about tlii' hour for repose, and I was shewn to the apaniiiciit 1 was to occupy for the night. If the appearance of the parlour pleased me and excited my curiosity, this much more arrested my attention. The stairs, &,c. leadinjr to it were all of the black |)olished oak Used in the best houses m^ar tu ) cnturies since, and tlM ream il^df ..wi. a Ut-uif^ sfK-r ....^.. of the Workmanship of olden time. It was a small square room, exceplhm towards the east ; on that side were the windows, forming a deep recess, in w hich were shelves of books', some line (dd paintings of saints by the Italian masters,' and in a little niche was an ivory crucifix, curiouslv wrouL'ht, with several Catholic books of devotion ; the whole evidently pointing out that this had ken the a'lKMle of some pi-rson of piety, who at the same time poss'ssed a mind capable of enjoying the eh-LMncH's of art and refinement. The decoration of the interior of this little mansion had rivetted my attention, and called imatrination to my aid, to form some reason why this house should be fitted up in a manner so different to any in the neitdibourluMjd ; but though I formed twenty conjectures, I was dissatisfied with them all, and in ihe end wetit' to b<'d with a determination to enquire as far a a politeness would permit, of Mrs. Trelaw ney. In the morning, w hat I had been so jM'rplexed to account for. The sleep of this night, from the hard toil of tlie dav, was the most tefreshintr I had ever enjoyed, and I awoke in the morninir to gaz*' upon a scene lioautiful beyond description. The land siirroundini: the house was liighlv cultivated and teeminer with plenty ; the corn, in the ear, was gently agitated by the bieeze, and from ii tlic lark lightly springing rose full of joyful music to hail his (ik1, the sun ; in the distance was to lie se#n the little fisbinghoats, returning with the produce of the night's labour ; and at the extp'ine point of view were the ships passing to and iro to their destined havens, mere specks in the horizon. — Descending to the parlour I found Mrs. Trelawney busied in preparing breakfast, and in a short time I was fully emjaged in that most jileasant occupation, th' partaking of it. I now began to consiiler the best means of commencing my inquiries ; but I was sayed the trouble by Mrs. Trelawney's relating some anecdotes of the neighbourhood, in the course of which she unconsciously was led to make Carwinion and its lady the subject of her discourse ; it was a simple storx", scarcely worth repeating, but it interested me, and may please some others ; at all events, it cannot offend any one, and .so I w ill give it in her own words. The Trel^uneys had held the estate of Carwinion for nearly a century, under the Lords of Gorlolphin, and as they were the most considerable tenants of that house, there was always a social intercourse betwr en the parties • indeed, generally speaking, at thd time there was more friendship between landlord and tenant than at present. About the year 16 — the heir of Godolphin and Edward Trelawney, from bring nearly the ?ame age. joining in the same sports and exercises, and having received their education from the same tutor, formed a connexion honourable to both, and cemented by an affection for each other more resembling brothers than that which generally exi.st between persons situated as th^ were, and moving in stations so widely different. At the close of their education, Trelawnev returned to the rural occupation of his fathers ; his estate had been managed for some years before by hii naother, his father having died when he was an infant ; and now be took upon humelf the cares which his inestimable parent had strug.-led with for many years. The young Lord (iodolphin, to fit himsell lor the station he was intended to fill went abroad on his travels to foieign courts. For soniJ time their personal intercourse was sus^xnded, though a frequent couuminicalion was held by letter. One dreury December night, Trt^lawney "had just prepare.! himself lor rest, and only staid a few moments behind the reiiianider of the family to jM'cuie his dwelling more from llie inclemency of the weather than from any other fear, when the sound of a horse's hoof l.ri>kly trotting into his court-yard attracted his aitentn.n, and a knuckiiig at the door immediHiely followed. He o|)4ned It, and a stranger entered, who, apologising for the intrusion, presented a letter, which he said wouhl explain hia business : it was tr..m bis friend (iodolphin, and briefly stated, that knowing the friendship of Fdwunl Trelawney, he intended making Carwinion the residence of a person in whom he was much interested, and bi'gged permission to send some workmen to make such altera-^ tioii ill the house as bis confidential servant (die bearer of the letter) might think necessary ; he would repay hiin for his kindness, but he knew the j)erson ho addressed^ and that was sufficient to warrant his acting in the manner he had done. The messenger was greeted with the welcome of a friend ; permission was immediately granted^ and in a few days workmen were in busy preparation for the arrival of some person, unknown to all but Godolphin 's servant, who waited for his master to announce tho visitor. Nothing was spared lo get forward the work, and in a few months the whole was completed. So far as circumstances would permit, the apartments were entirely from models by Italian masters, and lor many years the beauty of the new buildings at Carwinion was a theme for admiration, and at tlie time a subject of gossipping wonder to the neigbbourhood, who knew not for whom this preparation was made. /\s unexjH'cted as the arrival of his messenger was the af)proach of Godidpbin, and with him came the unknown but expected visitor ; — it was a female, fair as the morn and full of smiles and lieauty. Independent of friendship for its possessor, Godolphin had made choice of Carwinnm lor its secluded situation. Concealment from the public eye was an object much desired by him, and ho thought hero lo remain |H'rfectly unknown ; but by some means or other, strange reports found their way abioad conceripnc the lady -. one said slaa was a |>oor deluded female, who had been templed to run away from her frienda by wicked arts ; others reversed it, and said she was tho M'ducer, and had entrap|M'd the affections of the younj^ Lord ; and some found fault w iih her for her religion — she was a Catholic, and the bigotted inhabitants of tlie neighbourhoiMl objerteil to papistry la-ing introduced among them. In time tlicM' remarks wire silenced, — by the poor she became almost idolized, she was so good, so kind to them ; and ibi'n in her little walks she would call at their coltagj's, and in broken English inquiie into their circumstances ; if distressed, they were sure of relief; and though some still regarded her with a jealous eye, ilie blessing of llie poor went with her. and God sanciif'ied the idessing. To 'Frelaw ney the whole was revealed. She was the daughter of an Italian nobletnan, who, to aggrandiz*' the elder branch of his family had destir.ed ibis, hi, youngest child, to the convent. The young Lord (iwlolpbin was intriwluced to lnr al her father's Iioum", where he liad U-en a visitor ; he had been told the life she was doomed to, — it was so strange to English feelings, that he pitied her the moment Im* beard it ; besides, she w .> so beautiful, so unlike an inhabitant of the world, — one who appeared ta look for sujipoit and protection from the wry fxrsons who were point: to ca.st her off forever, that h<' loved her iH'fore he had an idea it could possibly be the case ; though love utters not a word, it is eliKjiient — in action, in h>oks, in attention lo the w ish, in iIm; whole |M-Iiaviur. It is shewn, and speaks a language as |Miwerful as the fWlest oratory. In a situation like Ixr's, doomed to I e shut out from the world and its phasiires at the time iIh y are enjoyed the most, the attentions of GiMlolplnn had a power irresistible ; and it required litlle persuasion to induce her to accept his proposal of marriage, and leave her country for that of Britain ; they were privatiU married by the chaplain of the British embassy at \ enice. and immediately left Italy. Love had completely blinded Godolphin to the labvrinth into whi^ he had plunged, be left \ enice without any settled plan of proceeding, hisonly idea was to secure tie prize, and elude the vengeance of the father of his bride ; but riow other iboiigbts came to his mind, — the prejudices of his family against foreigners, the knowledge that another had been allotted him by his father, — th'n Carwinion and Trelaw ney were thought of; and know ing it would be some months before he could arrive in England, without subjecting himself to a multitude of inquiries as to his return before the period prescribed, hedispatcled his confidential .servant to gel the mansion and apartments in order for the reception of his lady, until bter prospects opened to him, and he could introduce her to tfhfi world at the mistress of his house and sharer of his titU? and fortune. The day of thoir arrival at Carwinion was completely typical of their after life ; the morning sun rose in splendour, but clouds and storm overshadowed it at noon ; then it brightened, and as the Aay declined and evening came on, there was a mild glory in the heavens, sliedding its vivifying influence on the world, and the sur, in its iitting* if.' Ti i4 4 m ] -i