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The Bahama argus
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Nassau, Bahama Islands, W.I.
George Biggs
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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goml g BIGG18, Editor.



NWtt Delloar per auanm-Z advahuo.


Haur! Colorist bak !
To hi pm ai ves mien
Oppreamoe m her enlgn dark-
Hark the work of np's begsu.
Will you look tau" Io t
No-brohers, no!To the field-
One ringAl-oe pr'ileakF uur own, _.
At your peril yield.
Your invaded lawsI Colohles. project,
Form sready banl !
Concede aol whrm dam diret--
Stand-CoulMe-tad !
The hears tb ee on ahib far stmead
To Engiled-to their mneei true !
The est of loyalty Jm stsed-s itisa e .-
Still teimternal England yield her dJt:
Be for her peyty trans, avaunt!
rblgn'l orst enemies-
Who to line their pockets haunt
S He onoe blet Cnlokies.
In religion's specious grb jrray'd,
Draining-oppressing-dealing dicoaeatr-
ee! s : their trut betray'd,
To England's interest ded-h subjects at
To sek on fairColumbia's shore,
That peace to distant subjects losl-
Tho proud days for er o'er
WhenJ uri a the ltriio'sl bolt.
Stand Colonists, sandl!
Wh iranmpled on-opprest!
Their form a sluldy biandl
Le tbh wood be ** restt"
0 droop not little isle :
Thy sun is but eclipil.
Withholding its lustre awlilal
"lwieoml from i., mnat,
W ith a still brighter %iUIIe ;
While each branv (Iolu.oisi
Now supponing Ihy right.
In the midst of Ihv wue
Shall bask in itslighi.
The waves tlhail on..rd Illw,
To lIve thy rucky shre.
Waft high their so.wy wreaths,
Around. the ocean's rmr.
Its omen, cadence hrFRathe-
But what hast thou to Iear I
Is it the despot's I nanp
Unbending hearts are here,
That boar o coward stamp !
As ocean's voice hollow
His threat but cause a smile
With faithfulness Utr' follow
The inleres of their Isle.


Mrean mm Wre.
Ham of Cmmos aEpi. s
M. P. Thompson moved, tat the sa of the ca-
e this act be now received.
Mr. Be rose for the purpose of making th motion
o which h had given notice. After pointing out the im-
Irsea at due West India colio, the Hon. Member
sid, dt his prersnt Majesy hId lived among these colo-
lisaeg enough to become acquainted with their charac-
Ieand to makc himself informed of whet there interests
iuired. His Majesty had been so fully impressed with
justice of the policy exercied towards die West In-
16 dtu, previous to his acceaito the throne, he had
lam eury opportunity of sadoting the daims of the
we ladies to more lUitenL.getmnt from the legi-
-. He (Mr. Burge) lid, tilefore, think that the mc-
moll of such a Prince to tel throne ought to have been
ie -of die commencement of a better system of policy
bi*s dte West Indies. U now cdaimd an inquiry
i* t eeuctments of thIl on the ground that uch an
iry was imperiously ndad botll b the interests of
ritih West India eo end by the any tim
PIna d adherence to thatn rih regard to the slave
ole which the British ii had pleaded itself to
. through a detailed history of the assures
Y i ad ha taken by this country concunretly with
ai* Powers, uor the purpose of putting an end to the
'S tade, the Hon. Member observed that it w teori-
Iad Fresce had violated all the ngulations ae uppm
bod r great Powers, and had openly carried ao the
7n de in de f ianc hf regulatio The cmes'
Oe pda of the foreign slave-trading colies ar-
to the iacresa of tla labourer, and thereore
'n a proportionate advantage over ear own. In
Sn ls"es the price of a sla.e was nearly doue that
' ml colonies, and thIu the latter could bring their
o -e ma rket at a decided dvantag over thae of
aw elnmiea which olraved the lws against he

>AY. DC EBERai 1881. YVOL. la-aNe*. Elv

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lave-uade; and we not only let them havethe adva- would delay dthe l to l for ay isfu practical
te of am in the market abroad, but we v them pac- pole this men. [Hew.]
liar advantages evm in the Bri=kb market It had been Mr. Gordo coumedd la if the k weran d eal
;d that the refnen had calcdated upon the contimuuae continue in formooa odher year, dAe mres weal e rada.
d this omsure ; but it was well Amw that it was a first o to the Wea ladia iesatI and purpm hd to
a au experiment, and that i hid faied. The rehmer counmi e of the West ladi colob wibL t moer
were aware of this, and therefle had suflfcient notice. country. [H r.]
He wau satisfid that the Right Ila. Gentlemau (Mr. P. Mr. Maerly, u a frid at the West ladia Intern,
Thoapson) would tfll the raspomibility attaching to Hi would sust tohe Ho. amd Laared Geandame (Mr.
Majesty's Government, i a measure of this description, of Bure) the mpediy eof wiiLdrawiri his maa Gtife tg
relying oa the reprosentationm r ived from the refiner preheat, and if he thought tS of bringai k forward e
of Liverpool in opposition to te reprepsatio o the a future occasIon, la a med po0Lted oit by dIe lHU
Weos Indii interest, and of mijar1 tthe only penons Chancelor of the Exclher.
capable of giving information Wils Majesty's Ministers Mr. J. Wood conceived that the Ha. and Leared
were the refiners, who had a direct interest in the question, Gentleman had entirely failed i Irancing the exalg dis
making as they did large profit fio the mAei rs. With tressed condition of the Wes India inaermt the e
respect to the argument, that ip i ury could be done by tion of the present bill.
ha slight quantity of foreign gr unported, he begged to Mr. Ilume argued that relief ought to be eteoa d to
remind ihe House of Mr. Hlskion a remark respecting the West Indian colonies, but coammded at ihe me tim
the small quantity of Mauriius sugar that could be produ- that, a Goveramet had ddeteramid to gre coammnee
cod, and to sk them to look at the quantity now imported. o inquiry, he Wet lndia iaerest eght to adea
When eae the door of pariops was opened, it was dif- Bill to par for one yea.
Acult to ey to whaltextnt the prvilege might not be car- Mr. J. Weyliad supported the feositio of Cover.
rind. Whebe diffculties of the West ladi proprietors m t.
were consideMdi, sad when rain looked them in the face, Mr. Roblnume was almost ineduLibe uaildi the c le of
was this a policy whi ught to k pursued towards an in- the House for eeo" He was m"drsod, however,
terem to relieve which an anlel wu jarofemed, particu- to support the mbe of Burge.
larly when that interest did not ask relief, but only that The House them divided, when thed appered-
its burdens bsoul not be incrand I [Hear.] Was it the mtio . . .. .. . 113
wished to retain the colonies t If o, and if the distres Kfa t .. ... ...... 125
of those colonies were such as it notoriously was, it*could Majority for Ministe . .-1V
nt be consistent with the prohmad views and intentions of On ou entering de gallery we famJd ar. Berge a his
hi Majesty's Ministers to refuse n inquiry. lie trusted legs, declaring tat he would, every - ate,
so reliance would be placed ape a statement which had oppoe the prea of this M a far pr te m of th
been addruesedp the Noble Lao (Lord Althorp siafied Houe would aow.
assent) by some genlenen, and which he (Mr. Bulge) Mr. B. Gordon hoped, thl after the sal majority the
had seen soe- Members reading, which contained the Ministers bad obtained, they would Mo pereo in forcing
gmrostt falsehoods ever penn. Whoever the gentle- this BIll upo the House.
man miglt be who wrote that address, he could not permit A desultory conversation then took place between Sir
so group a libel on the character if the West India interest F. Burdett, Mr. Goulburn, Mi. C. Ferguon, mad Mr. K.
to pau unnoticed, which had no foundation in fact. The Douglass, after which Lord Altborp declared hi ladatles
linm. Meonibr here pointed out me mis-statements in the of eramis in this Bill.
paper he relerred to. lie eulqised tle character of thI e SPh speaker then put the lioal this port be
West India merchants and colusial body, many of whose now received.
di f*ies, be observed, had sulted trom deir Ilberal The gallery wa cleared for a divisio, bet m- daevis
cond*tr towards their labourersaroad. He would instance took place. The report was then received, and a Bill
the ca uf a West India merchant of the highest repect-s was ordered to be brought is pursuant to the resoltis. :
biliy.long a MeL aer of th a hio b, wri id recently
failed (Mr. Manning, we prMnme), not through any extra- From the New York Commercial Adaertdar.
vugance or winton speculalions, bti through the drain oc- FROM CANTON.
casioned by the demands of the labourers on his estates We published on Monday, a letter from Betivi, Isatin
for clothing ani subsistence. The lion. Menibr con- that the sloop of war Coo left Anjier on the 7thJuly, for
eluded by moving as an snndmen That a select cont- England, with dispatches from Canton, anouncing that
mittee be appoiiu.d to inquire how far the permission to ser,,,u diicuhies had occurred between the English Cort
refine loreigi sugar in this country is opposed to the in- pany and the Chinese, which were likely to result I a to.
trest of the West India colonies, and teods to encourage tal suspension of the tiade between the two coanori, I4
dUe continuance of the slave-trde." probably in a war.
Mr. P;.Thlompaon uid, the Hon. Monber had complete- [A paragraph was pblished in this paper of t ev
ly failed in establishing that the consumption of foreign ing, giving the sulbence of a letter froa SL HaleaA4
sugar would increeasen Ihis country, and that the measure September 21, reporting the entire brk ap at th
of Government was not at all calculated to favour Ihe slave Eas India Company's Establi-i et a Canto, lhe
trade. The fact was, that the bill was nothi ng but a re- murder of the principal English resides, c. which hp
newal of the old bill with provisions of which the Hon. pily proves by subsequent advice, not to be trem. n
Gentleman was evidently unacquainted. He did not ap- mng of the letter to which we refer, the Mesrcaaileh tVhI
per to be aware that for every hundred weight 'of foreign morning, from which we ake the ubjointd etraci, sy a)
sugar imported into this country, an equal quanty of The hbove intelligence would have oecited onelidemle
West Indian sugar would be exported, and bearing in mid interest here but for the fact of the rivalaf Ilrsm by d
this important point, it wasdifcult to perceive the injury way of Mexico from Canton as late as he a f
to be iicted om th colonial iaerests. The truth, wa which Mu e that te tradehad met hme r Ti
the pricipleof the bill ad ban ma b tic d by dth legs- Ieloowbri is an lr fnrome of di e ad
lAtre over and over a ieithe i d ide, the cottona CAm Jail&6.-Thee wa a lial haprewemm (
trade, and other ladng braumchi of -aw m Iaam n s the moe por, i s, in aem meusai dlidLay bet
The sugar m be refined somewhere, and bI would twen Ihe Chianes autnrit- and he Cmany. The
enable this country to have the benefit of the prees is latter threastoed to sop the whale aM i ed iane m
stead of Haesburgh or Amsterdam, or any odXr place e notices to that effect, but I djag L- (e prmsedina o
the Continent where it might be refined, and impond the Chinese emasled from Wki, they have b iMtH a
into England for comamptiu The Right Hoa. Geode- their notice, and t efrnd d aIr ae to h Oeser -r Ge
man wet into numerous detail, to prove that the Wa neral of India and the Ea gk feoaam t at h ee A
Indian inretart as present pomessed all fair advemaoa of veel he a been dispaced to te former, nd they hav
the markeL lie believed that the introduction of foreign charmered another to go to England. In the meal ,
sugars for reofning, if carried to any easent, would be most however, she trade contimem."
beneficial in the British shipownera, for a very lar Since the abhe was i type, we hve beem tavemed wi
amonot of British capital was invested in the prdc bthe Conton Regier of June 6th, (also received via Me-
of sugars in the Bmails; and it was to thi advantage l es) wk is liUed with the pro indinas i relaton to
the growers to import it in Brilish bhotlom. lie was tis- dicuaies above spoken of. Weextract the follewag:
fod that the measure did not effect any injury to the British Frd the Catos Reidg r Jm, 6.
West Indian interests, and be only begged the House to Ow present number is chieay taken ap with dmi
bear in mind that the ill was to lhst but for oe year. relating to the discussion between Caatom Gov
Mr. Goulburn thought the merits of the question lay In and the British Factory. We M othiB ng
a very narrow compass. Though he had examined the consmenicam. to anist in forming a judgment an to II pm
subject with his best allention, he had not been able to able termination, unlem it be that a grsowag omeltiF of
make up his opinion one way or the other, and sw o tIhe unjustifable nature of the proceeding which ar com
ow any Hon. Member couok arrive at a decision o poe idad of, appear to prevail in dhaemind of thoe 0 e
mrh a complex question, without inquiry belre a s whboe opinom we have ao opportLmy of kwlg.
committee. That inquiry be earnestly urged upot doe The oo-ye following up his vetlet L ew t
Home. weald M k t rth nKw heep to praet ohne ad
Lordlkhorp hd no objection to inquiry, so as i did drm of &Belct CommimesL, w~a, Vaoor l
not interfere with the pmr oess of the present biL. It Factory rkey Mr. Lindmy ehd sp ed lis m--
uld he recolleced that Ministers l, on a former oa- die l99 The Comiaem ha g i deledr
casion, asented to a proposition of the Noble Meaber for an o cof mm ic wath a Gwernme O rst
Buckingheashire for a oaminmee of hlqoiry, heIol t the idnd t td l Chinese pli po IemtiLm of eho act
West India interest d refused to take advantage of the of thedca by a bridofM fa l Ia th C-ium lagap
opportunity. The bill was a temporary measure, to be i numerous copies d which early em te ih o of I
force but one year: so that its being passed now would 81s, were a&led to the waBe is vari pam esf te Ito
not precede a full inquiry on a future occasion, though it sonm even n the city rtat, and diribhed a he am
wed plais tha sh an inquiry at the premae moOm day anong the Chinese Wo*ats aI h sd s epen of


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basr pramic a grow ani unkbl
(a or as can be certaind) to dhd I.a Tht ru nme had at all cured, w m, before tlhn,
i ay pit y knows to W Chisoe. Th ey of
S ye nw opened it the dismatrtou consel'ires
nc enmue. The uo-yu.,6 is lord fLr hli igno
r.nee e Au In *whirh foreineres d he trenatedl,
fnd for not conuldtin with the Treasurer and Judge, t I
sual Council of the (Govornor, before his aegrin-ton on
aIm (Com F'acory, in dir l vmllatoln of a atipulation
tond iby *t Gmevernmst it 1814, that e Factories
dm e he imnvLabitS. .l. .
hI he measembly asked, why, if tmhe Fewymem bad
M omrm (rnhu d Empomrr, they lwsn mna h eid
d usigm a gem hao dermnlrtia to a"y a into
Et Or, why r Ithe m uea m lm and ofen-
ino fChrlg r, by Ah. mae, cld.imee m of pe
lt t aNd, oavodd dbrmlemi an tdo object, n
Th s are quetios to which dw Chinese make no re-
y ; eme the Hong merchants being obliged to admit.
a l e e ss on he aide of the forwlers.


lNEDARAY, Del B N I 1I 1r.

JUP We uand& iad the following Goodtleun willle
waimlaime, at a einaeing Election.
FrANC M. MoRar E&qs.
Joa. Snoma, Eaqua
Jlar Tawton, Esquire
Guooe P. Wi g. squire.
ot Comau D eoe. Enquire.
Ooeman C. Aisnamune, F uire.
SJoeu Wu.Moo, IEquire.
Huav AUsmrrsu Esquire.

lI ea lie. ftr Hypocraes," in the 76th line, second
h-m. p tw. read Hlpemeie."'
The 1lrican school Eclipse, Captain Maittsn, ar-
rid l f. ro- Bllim9, on Stlurday afternoon; and on
ulidy morning, the wrecker brought in Captain Arnold,
i lady, and daughter, and the crew of the American
Brig Mil Standish, from Samvanah, bound to Jamaica
i h was totally lwe on Tareday last, upon Allen's reel
A e. By theme arrivals, we haveoblained New York It
4b 9th altimo, Baltimore to the lIm, and Savannah papen
t the 9th instant, containing London date to the .15h o
Octer, which, however, merely corroborate the previous
neorts of di:urbances in England.
The SuansaT (ta.) Repulicran, of the oth instant, says:-
SBy the Lander, Captain (.Il. at laltimore from Cowes
*" Amercaa" haa received accounts f(n Landon. as late a
the I la of Oonhr There hav. bee msom diteuhances i
the omanes In Lladola the aimh onined itself to break
a fe win aw d s eds e the Marquis om I.ndomdemy wil
mlle, wLaeh wldsealed mo swre r hart that after being "m
dt te M Pller he wu obligel to be taken home in
e The Dake of Cumberland. in proceedig to th
p of Lards. was attacked in the Park, and his Royu
tlghbamlrdiglen d fsetohis horse, and very roughly hau
4s e l reud by the Plice, who nesorted him on for
in the me GmaA, k m bea eing ldmmd ie. fr him
mut pa on hs k. Nontiglim Canehe a pm panPu
do Doa o f Nensle wa lmn a gme aL N iu
As base walls thh e"Sm magmaeam buflegn me n
ink r e doanm pinmepally young moa todl hays, nm
a y. ii AsL ar el 1.0o0. Alt nrby. the Oat
was heam op an dhe l nen let out. The fre
Sadeb of aaeral patlemen kn~ ay a nnti-reformen
we demd tmhd. A young led eof on oft hem, wa ki
e.L l nd Beagham e a lah in the Itos of Lani
(u e tAm BI was oely delayed; sad that. i the peop
withed i o succeed. they must ablsar from violence. Pi
taemw e pee d frt many piP .ne f Refctnr "
"Th e who live in a glass hoa, should aot Am
ams," my. S.anche Pau ; and, altJhe we ever wi
paed to vie with yoaP prim chlonicher pounds, abi
a ( et wr behoilly lay tias to
aye more) grer LL general correct d o
gpagL uh, than e willing to award ou coawslmprai
of d Ieay l G mrea-for if we were is wries wwr V
g d aon eery chmn, we challeg even ow en
de cide whether he advantage s regard sch
af ms, w manl o redound more to oar cmrm. th i
Sasr mpetiioBn. the pet fd t -pIo d

1 lb it Ty li qappma dur ai s mei,
.min dr g aa; h be Osha Il mq od.,g
m ema d in every h -ii ftaca, as Am pire
hpOf tbedrm Eey ad mi ey, or Tyre knm,
am t Arm Db of Mar leboaoe h was created by Que
Anm,'. 17W0. Barbhdoem herame a King's govrrnme

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Iaa a d =,Ulf. 186) in the reign
of Charb the eond. How Ah Duke of Mailthoroigh
could be proprietor in 17W(1, we Jdll bL"ae to rr LrJa tic
ldan ou.'s o uldetrmin!!! Lf perchbnce, s ostatudI hoi
time Earl of Mallruuo wa, w at the period of such trans- are
fer, Duke-, wc presiute our migtiy error is most proper- an
ly one of It'ojhyr,w notet3dry! And, at we observe th
thatTyre's Atlngraphv lbu heen soi"" hat roughly lin- on
did by our correspoil t, Theodorick, we attribute tihe
error just pointed out Iy imiuI re s, tthe same purblind tli
ignorance end silly pmea parsa the Am pats of Tyro, who TI
smes to have set out with a dlrmhlt o of acquirng
the must unecpuionable right his aniel tide. He

TIe Beas in Englhad t bore lway. p.
The das-ua aftim theh. l the way ;" a. ni
Ia counting whih, he would fain infer, that he poauess sP
the degree of critical, nmlpal acumen, stfficiont to criti.- t
cise and decry the poeti!* fsions of his litternl
S0 far as iggards 6a.. of the prem, or typographical w
mistakes, to which we cleary and ditinctly attribute the ha
min-statement of Edward V. fhr Edward I., we abal take
the liberty of criticizing a few similar slips, on the part of n
the Royal Gazette, in the very article signed Tyro. te
In his prfemad and well s laidestracts, be amata that hb
the principality of Wala was thus annezed to the th
Crown, and give a Lrrm.Ls the eldest sroe f die Kings t
of England!" A LrrrTl. wuATr y 1 Wa ate loft to
infer a little Tyro,.r, perhaps, nothing out so isigsi- d
fm---a little ROYAL Eutots. s
Tyro appearing to I willing to assume an air ofpatri- P
ciam lgsdom, graced by a li t" blushing impudence, tl
has acquired, in our judgment, a very solid claim to our e
respear-4h beat, perhaps, he hau ever before eoned, u
from any one, and which we beg to inform him, goae no d
farther, than believing him to be, muchAbo wise to walk
into a welU."
Niw-Yoa., Nouemai S. t'
Sal.-One or two cgaroe of Turks Islands iave been sold
since our lasl, suppuke! a t 1a I-1 ceult, which a a further ad- 0
veanc. Liverpool continues carre.

NAnsau, N. P. 19th December, 1831.
To the Editor of til Bahama Ari. n.
Ma. Eurrou,-As Cootemporary" haa thrown time
lhon's skin, which I think must have boon poaseased of
Sthe properties of Neams' teased the mighty
Ilercules; and as he ha aaumed his proper designation of
Sa Ty'ro, your first victory achieved, it s to he hoped, will
induce you to a little more mercy towards him, and not
provoke one of thoue imilet," which I think has been
lurmned Rio Sardonmic by somu auttllr-a asrt of paru-
s doxical dbnonstretiof, by alight motion If the visible mu-
cles, of acute mental agy.
The ulue smile was one of the distingulising marks of
the Lar, Asmgry looking Cassius, who bs been delineakt
Sed by Shekspearu on that very account, as it fur
S" treasosa, stralagcs and spoils ;" sud by ui author who
wrote subuseqUentl), it Iha been decipa d as deuuting one
Whom treachery uld not trust.
S A Tyro haa been cop) ing froui English History, fur the
* drad purpiu of chewing that )ou are soeaetinu.s guilty ul
Smisprint," he might have saved himself the trouble of
Proving what you and every other Editor, must admit to be
I oee of the evils attending copy;" and Ia there are man)
. ypogrephical, as wel as grammatical eVron, in die pa-
Sc duion of Tyreo I trust you will not let the opportunity)
Sdip, of giving both ti Royal Editor, and his corespon-
ydeat, a philpic upon the rwlmsea of their several de-
patment. y MurraA y is just as good a treat.
time, fm which to Iuem a Tyro, as the very wonderful,
and toalhmai work he hba been so very recntlndy poring
* over, aod making such luminous extracts, I beg leave to
offer hia. Athe following corrigenda" to iiL loose ftougtis.
Sl* *~~a .i mar i the art of speaking and wriLino tie
, e language, with propriety: i is divided into four
I- sI-Othngraphy, Ely oy, Syntax and Prpeody.
s, r ely maschs the nature, and power of letters,and
l *t ^ *l m wesrdsw."
- r. Jon who i the guide of all other lexicogra-
phers, as well as of all writers, and Tui os, las, most un-
lately for the credit of tihe correstpolnlt of the
Soyal Gax.tte, spelled the word hlutck I'Pvt,," tdlu--
SHodge Pode ; giving the derivation as itllu tlle iluh,
gPific of tire French. As tile G;olli li. Ils us clly suli-
I- stafiaued the true appellative of Ty)ro, to belong to Con-
is temporary, ct rie ersa, he may surely be excused il" he
I mys that, the Poets," of t.Id Argus (a title by the bIye
which you oay they do not aspire to) might with all tleir
" independence of thetrsmmels of poetic rule and diction,"
Sbe more than iklequae, in their poetic meri, to surpsas the
t.- maiTy wrnk of Tyro, of the S.uILnt cl*3S, without making.
r- it a ll neesary to carry their anmbitkn to the extravaugat
in height of king with llunic ; whose iale work, ailumgh
&on it being that alone, may occasiotnill cause its author
to be overloo Bd -y i mer i m lay i itenict
i mpmlrteven the s. l -mig of Tyro's A moewt,
wimare froe b mpliJ by-y writma f he A
a rP.eta" en d whom. in fad heh of all his -"
, Arti& o sld Dr. McQuitibs, Ht-t
p'm pe is as aild of am that aews.
He would be lad to alvertse uhl shoes."
n I am, Mr. Editor,
tn Your obu iont servant,

d, ini fact, to secure Nce, yield to hm entire
Tse byr 'om they a governed. Ihe n,
g siIce famous e i every di more a iuuane jin
, (a military one certainly) lu expect thas t ~

Ming ruis oatl, or in the employment of
me have been removed u ron on, ure, and ot id
d, in fact, to secure office, yield to the entlair

d byr hom they are gove.ed. by having m en, lp
ig sin, jusifmud, ase iion of a circengula
iure, relative to ltie dehprivation of office--a l

at ateir cotrhal had not exactly aconrerd to he
wer. Theru of Angl pe., t n Lod tLieutenanst of
on, will alwa ow be exercised by thae wr h
me have been removed from office, ad then
1 from situations, becap, by having ait up am
intenr, justified, u wall u by law, weengltai
ths, their conduct bad not exactly emiwered the vha
iwer. The Illerty of speech. and the exp-a a
on, will always ba exercised by thime who hays
irit; and it is, then, truly laglubble and ridiculaBi
e i fiuiicant and the despised, in a towerininar,
noting their puerile threats. nAad for what t oF
currences, which every oao knows to be fa,
which, from their own sensitiveness, proves thit i
a been hit on itsuhead.
It is no secret, for it hu been pibliy cdry, ep.j d
wat reret has been felt Ay some who have p llti
ames to the famusa counter fWion; a refusal to ie .
niptibi tool who handed itabout, would, to a naiyan
ive caed the losa of oia on the most trifliog aci
at presented itself. lP verywmarkable, dat parn
is petition has been withheld from public aheervaiioa
as any entreaty baoo used by those concern is, to
upprus it, front an appelehanion of chatnimmeatl r
oes it contain such glaring falsehoods, as to dira fdm
hamet, anti a blush from any countenance, bidanrt.
,ed to be incapable of discovering any feelia dgf
artl Tlhe decel)tions which have been practiad,
ry are exposed, andexposed they will be, willbut stra.
n any future representations, and to a certainty, 6i
lately lead to tie accomplishment of the very uled
Though I believe I have uficiently exposed the oeal
ble maoaer, that was adopted to obtain signature, sed i
description of some of the persons whose names are W
o be to the coloured petition ; I neverthelek, beg ha.
o recommend to our Treasurer, a zealous and atmial
licer, to the duties of his situation-a review of ti he
Msessment rolls for the different districts of the Idand.
le may po&sil.y discover sonic source 'f revenue, wi
hvich lie is at present unacquainted. I should think, tse
lot more than onehlundred asd fifty free people, would
ounid on lthee rolls ; though three hndlred and eighty m
aid to have siLned the petition. I recollect some fw
ago, that thirty-nine only could be found, asl a
.iyG a ptitlls, presented to the House of Asaamlq ft I
extension of privileges.
For some time pral,wonder hasbeeo expreswsedby am,
that no new writs of election have been issued. Thns
are a variety of reasons for the delay ; a desire, in the he
instance, has been felt, to know what success has attendel
any late canvass on the Out Islands. By late artivalsrt
desire is set at rest; but, alas! unfasourably. Nest, a
idea is entertaitied, that lien these terrific gorerimnrat
ties, that have Iwen lately published, shall find HIir Iry
to tlle Out sllands,a reaction will take place-the oeMt
will be paralyzed; and to obtain pardon ol the aints, wi
am rifice all tlise lelings which hitherto have reflected a
nmucli honour upon them : whoever suppoes so, kMe
Ildin not as well as I do.-I should advse, if I mihlt le d-
lowed to ldo so, our Governor, to give an opportunity talk
President, or the person authorized to wield tlhe helix
state, to adltiiiisier tle government. Hie Excellenrcvlb
Iv, t.icliCt delie thie dlvantagllthat areriually rxlcrienel
,y ;i charlil of air, andhe remnosed Aai scene poutirnyi
a roiildl aold isncnqtierable dislike, which, to a mut a
Hny feliing, must be iespressibly distressin. Besideseh
desirable p, the frnment now existing would be allyd;
and perhaps tLhe.erdit of some might Mill be preserVA
they IHo assany w ith their government, byrendering itva
cemry v oexpoae teim deceimions, l iha litive been pirclr
as tlIhe ln if of finally e al.iiii as lihIU.l a people as l1
Majesty owns for I sojects AGRICOL

e I'm the Janl Bam
TAr Brewt.-The disappointennt-we may add, di
gust-lsich tie ouniem t a Brerie, upon tle Com **
tion, created, is nat a.4di-minished hy the esrraordilas
distribution of hoooi Jdecorations which have mka
place. The service trir Thomnas Hardy mae etieh
himi to the distinction of a Grand Crose of the lflth,Md

tl e lung andl erlictive serves of (Genral Macdonald, al
Adjutaiit-l-;roeral, are uncrpid l by the ribh and d
Commanmer-hut, when ltt *recllrcted that (;e1-
Urey, already a Randd Cr lthe Guelphic Order, b
made an stra (irand C the Bath, and oha ader
officers, for merely ipsi ,~' are decked in Ia
guise of Kniglhtl Cu a while duuons of drrve
in andl meritorious men are deprived of a prui
which bes been considered Imhrotfore a matter of coai
upon anmilar occasons, the feeling excited will oet i

W maeks ta his wound more severe, is the feet
hich we have elsewhere allied) tha two of Lord Grey
a m inthe arImy aml d Iher in thes ny, lhere
cirmd h f-l advl m aea the Am w a e re B
and ; and thet Ia ontiomtin of Aidda-da.Ca I
metr Aida-d-Camp, has gien rank to a select bey O
favourite over t h heads ol ouicers by twenty years tbe
It would be ditr ng to us to rie the reeam we
heard migmnd for die brewa having been omitted. We

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v-p _-. w-

-it ue ,I of the cnlaimo the per.,n meni-,1 l ticd eI, clleric.atiihi ellects of your concemsion were greatly good of thi
-"s i life i but srelv lme .lt,.ir,,tis .i,,ll ol hl:l 'e liniilsh.l1. Isa, IirUforun, my l.unlo concede In time of te m
hAred sJ n upel ae mn rnoumuu a.nil,.lHi.-us I --coinrild giracliuslyand nlt grtodeIUily-nmake lRan I be alreae
Sase a ie drmly at large. an nat of justice, not an extorted capitulation.--(Cheers.) not cancpI
a Tit amaui>.d caius w s uall nt yetl imore rticu- i-(Coneide in time: remove the ruame of complaint, and msy a sang
dy .er.: but it is said, bv tUne wio thought to know, pllhice the Iil:iric of ite constitution niomn a rock. Again your ameai
ielvalu ioinili of certain M irqlui.lsse to )ukedoims is n I disclaiI thue: use io any language of meemare ; but let us the situado
Sche6~ kclied by claimii from ouiu iNrnJII wih. seeks par- Irnuctler ihat tile Bill monwes to us recmumended from the me the e
~psiaon in ti e lii;t irmlhion of thu Peerage, as tle ina,, and that it has been sent up to usbyan overwhelm- calculated
ne desires to ohlain ilte highest rank in the urmny. ing majority of all who ca be called thi real re -prnen vent inc
'r NeVuay.-We iane ruceived a letter upon nautical taives of the people in the other House of Parliament;
m.t.W pipingI l'. UL if we did met know it cm recollect it babea ae argued rwd f by ia* eraine pai-
ftaut gallat ald distinguismhd Captaia we should hbans imen peatldly wtrdrd a Lnd om "mwedppe
hr is mi at lave boen time productol of a boatwnin: al thee tois whiet fm rmery gave eeee.---(M ch
d Iaga e meu is dreadful; iL ge he i. is, quite heeriog.) To a the.b claim for extravagant change,
i. "I know no man more opposed than I am; but I beg your
'.sirt joib that he denounces. in tears which (although Lordships to consider whehir the recommendation oI the
j wr Mua's (Guardioan inml the Times may say what Crowmn-(Crios of Order!" from the Oplosition bench- The Cargo
tpl*1) would bring ns into an e: offcio prosecution, s)-1 rueur to the recommendation in the King's
sof making eight neh w naval Aid a-Camp-Camp speeh. (Chaer from the ministerial aide.) I cannot Fr
I--l-ight sinecures mueiely, as lie mays, to plea Sir imagine that I am not at liberty to allude to that, for every Ke
T'ruowbrilge, in the frt instance, and then to body must be aware that thi King did recommend Reform Fre
Lor l Radlstck, and ollier uioiersm wilh dlid nou ex- to tIe consideration of Parliament. Is it to be believed, Ila
understand why, because tlhe lSu .ich Mentber was that, through tie intervention of responsible Miniteurs, Mo
i,., Ithy siluild not, tlemsielvs, wee on which sid, tiat, advice did not come from the will of the King 1 (Co
own broad was bltternod:-a ;---eight nival Aids- (Clhees aml counter cheers.)-But if the introduction of Pol
Camup, or Mr, or St. Jamea's, or whalitver they are, that oint n give tim slightest offence, I am willing to aban- Ha
L booin lu.i ,. don it. ask, if thi real representatives of the people-
ul our grey3-lled correpondent, who as lot aarm, with that people oused and agitated from one end of the Ale
al hu sixi woiuinds in variote poll o h isi body, is not so country to the otler, and claiming by respectful but deci- Term-
p uragelus on this plint, bito ha ticks to true blue," sive position the restitution of their ancient rights, will Deceml
i .li ver, tle KiiK (who, moreover, hold time rank y nl. the Honee of Lords, pu yourmlves in oppomitio to
SAllmhiral) cam do tiu n rurng ; but lie is in a puzzle to thel national opinion, and thus disappoint expectations so
knew what timy will say at Cuclacn,mtuli, to a promotion reasonably and ardently tlurtaine, asnd wishe so strong-
wrich lhas taken place of' a Lieuteiant uf the 17th F'o- ly and unamiimouly epressed 1 ltliislhouse is to take an
avrs., L2, makjinag him a Commander. lttitulle of defiance to tile voice of ihe whole country-a
Our venerable friend (sminm a ip|lser) tells us with his situation of thins I would fain believe impossible-if it
ri"lhi hand (which i tile only uono lie as left) that an Ad- relet this Bill even by a great majority of its Mumbers, All that
nirlahy roeulalion is or was in lmrce, wliicI ruled that no or w i iay tllilg :ilapproacllig unaiumit, Ystill it would not two hundr
lIcer could attain tim rank of Cuomnianluer until he had be lon. able tno oplpos successfully the increasing tide of Nmau: b
Ciopleted service, as Lieutenant, of thrre years. I)opular sentiment. The consequence may be dreadful to aned to
Now, says our mulilated and excellent friend, from contemplate; if you cannot stem the title, and yet resist ontell;
illa we hlve Ihard b.i)re, inlemsi :lIcre has been sonL e ith is there no dalr that you may even be swept away James Mom
srtca ornler dinlinislhing Itis purisol of service not yet h'y its violence I (Much cheering.) But let me add, that At 3 nm
Juldhmd, the young gentleman in (|mmestioi lihs received tie peril will be much greater, shlold this Dill be thrown Decem
,iae mest imlprtant prulf oioinal step six monthly before tile out by a c paralively small number of your Lordslips.
ambiihed rules of lth service pmel nil." Winal, tien, nay be your aitutiont I say again do not
l is minflul to ius to say, that ai.e yonnlm irnlemian whl flatter yomurelv.s, that by introduriaga less efficient nmea-
l isipiel thlli rapililly up iln il ;i skiiper---(.~r (aptain) "s"re Y""'l will allay lthe storm, you will have raised, that
wAthrr tia tha Ifr n1,uIrabl4 (;LGauo. (ut;ir a soni uf yu' wNill rerovmsr the ground you wil have lost, or over-
4 II lt Ii.nour, uh IrU'rcmier. col the aI tiinal inn you will have iprduceil.--(aI ,ir, liear.)
The I;llowini1 is tlie conIliliiimg part or Earl Grey's rnili'n n free suite, who feel lslat liberty is ssenliallv
a1 on Mm.nday, Oclober hi ,I3, in, the I louse of cliac'teI w'th oerde, r, would retit the shrillest approacl
Sy, Octo viulsnr cm,; as a member of the gverpnmnt, it is my duly
ahon moving the order i.f deli day, fur Ia second ino Iaiitin tInnquillity; bul it n, a it sa legislator, as I)ea. 17th
e a of the Reorm ll: a e er of vernmel, as a man and as a s'iaesnian,
ith il uch in urthuo f pililic mopiiiln btiing favoura:illi' I n ii tou lnl t,) l-,k at tile tu nsemiuences that inlay e.lisnI.
rhei measure, I 'lhall oinlv pult ll t.i our Loltilslips-is it fromi relcting lhii Bill ; indI although I do not st., as tile "
psdient In reji:t it ---(ll. r, Ii-a.) iBut we ure told Nioble Iukle iassried ofl i his Imeasure, thlt tihe rejection of "
dat we iioiut InoI InIkel concr-sslllnls because, if aue olce il wIhuld ocIr;ilion a t" :I war-Tfr i Irust it uill produeI no
lit to coinccld, llh re will II. iino inld to tlie ldemands. a ich e't1i-n-el I dlo say thlit uicli coineijrlt.ienes ar like-
Thiis n uoll ,lmIctrim.u, itn hih lihan.d to much miischiif in ly to result as mikem i<. tremble' r the condition of imvy
as tUame. VWhaln ni;t i t I mI co sessions overltlrld a rcontr, andl fIr tlie mscuriry nf this Ilomlus.-(C(heers from
OYwntlirent W\'; ist onrcesi in tlat lost tie N.iher- I the Oippnimi IHepnci..)-- eI| crially 1b.1 Ibo spiritual
hands to Philip t W\Vs it oncer-ioni tlal brought Charles I. porti n if yparr Lorldship, to peula and to rtllect.-(ll rer Dec. 15th
i the xscalohil t No, it wain his ifil. itifi"l aite.njit to r-- Iar (;rcv inirnPld and aldlresum himself to tile Bench of 16th
sume that w'iiiih he Ilad alrn-mlv con'iiel'd-( lear, hear.) ii shops)i.) Thle PrelaiRt of the EfKipire hove not a more "
Wasit lcoiic..i. ilthat coipellelll tie s-,condl son of dhat firim or ldcid.d friih tilani I am. I acknowlolge their "
S1Itnuaate ilnoiarrh to abIicatill e throne to which tle Iprity, and I 1nintlain lthe sundnels ofI time discipline of Tlh. 4
P pllie rvtred mil lis .aily t WidS it not uratlir Ils obsti- ti. (Church of E'ngland, and I know the general estimation Iltllw,.ll,
itl disrerqail ilt wilhesn, and his withholding of all in which those of the head of our religious establishment 1 alowt n
Oinceusion I \H'.s it by concession that we losIt Amirica I are Ilrl in the country ; hilt let nm cntteat them to coati- of Americ
(elar, lhar.) '.. it counceission thll ovlrturne'd time oul der, if this bill slihlt be miflourlnatelly thrown out by any during wai
Maruchly of Friamn ~l I know that it has been said so. majoritv, or narrow majority, and that tie question hold riggi
But I am fully persualcd, tlat if the old nobility of France be decided, and the scale turned by their votes, what will be rgTo A.
hi dathat which I now presume to counsel your their painful situation t-(Cheers.) Let me mind them, f ai a,
L|*lwmp to d.-(lloar, hear,)-if they had consulted he that they have already sho thal t they can read the signsof Aien's n,
inL the p1oplo, and had aided their King in, thetimes,andlhetmeaaurlsofconcemlonhaebeermk ghl pa of he
Fina to the Ipeople the concessions which the exi- forward in obedience to those sign, as all such nmerur dayl
pIry of the times deinanded, the family of that Monarch sh lmhl be introduced by the leadinemembers of their body.
'ilddever have blen enlii frinn the throne 3f Francr. They felth tlhleevrs of the ontonareupon them,am4iey rfH
W*it comreusion tllat inore recently drove ('Clarles the ouelit to fael it--.(Ilear, beer.) Thiy feel, too, that it bo- CHa
rlt6bfl the sanre throne T Was it not rather tile fact, cessary to put their Hkbe in order," in order to meet
e ifhe had adlierLd to ihe Charter tb which he was lte growing expectation out of doora(Much cheering.)
I',the penopl wroul.l have been content with the rights I will not press this kmoint farther; but entreat the maN f
'SileS e then. I know my Lords, that some persons serious attention to it. With respect to myself and th ,dlhiinr
aadifferentap;)lica:ion ofthos facts of history, anj administration of which I form a part, the fate of thin IJI lb. 3o,.
t e what are the elrrcia of concession ; when vo. is m r o m cRtt nl a Clllratisi. in.!ifference. I have said, and
**ad in time mr-ricran all that they required, Ilrvt would I am olt a mnia to recall what Ihave maid, that by this mea- ,
"Oept iL" Bit thl ir refusal is easily explained. The sire I must stand or faH.-ALoud and continued cheers,
adiot was not nmnl in time. Y.u persevered l'* prially from the oposqllltn side.) Tile question of imy
C. etia the reasonable denmanls of vouir follow contlimnanre in otice, rien for an hour, nimus dilxpnd usion
Sunnlil at lenrtfl voli drove those cmloni-. into my -erine a rmalonnlle propslyr nf il-irl able to carry in-
to-ofFrrance. No nian lcInlalmi nl nmior than I ,lo th:. to'" hIT' this measure, to w!ircl I am pllmged, as I think,
P~ mettinl tater of liiandl, nowithltanrlins I t con- my evsr. tie of private hnno.r, andl by every obligation of
-i to the RimUIa aItholirs of thise riflits.f l which th *v pibliC ,ility, both to my Sovereign and to tihe eopl.i- Dereml
ia "" deprived sd ) ln, a.mI tllewillhiil.inf which I (llar, hiar.) I wih your Lordships distinctly to under-
Wtys upi ni ide. Is impolitic as it waR unjust. Bit1 Istnd (as I have already said, and the sentiment was re-
a i The inference which ought tml be drawn from that re ved Aith some apparent ecaerneps) that it is my deli-
ik Thatt i ps mest impolitic to dlay concesion.-- b Irate conviction, thai the dangers to he incurred by the
thi, hnr.) -Tiie tri,. inference is, "ilha if Caltolic rejection of this iill cannot be obviated by any measure of
itl>ti~>ts hal been ranted twenty or twI less tree and eflicienry. If such a plan he proposed, it is
-rs1 berfw, wln all the wiset and mos exA not a y mnAhat it will e supported: I never will comment hbas, eN
tm mesm4 of the kingdom reanmeeded t o a oi Al B pmpL a del s mm f S rm- ba hm
I *d -Le thiat mem -- m o o the mat lp I ammme i 4c hy hev a s right tepll Mttem atiad f d a
I of the mpirn. By fsing the dsam of e Rnform to thfll extent of the bill a h table, and
yY ra- tal de.ada mere violent. Yeo their arsM i rs favour have ne-- ly ep1 A tnat
kml w their own power, and when they did I have sel before ynur Lordship' examples which a It
S5 *'Rps they were not willing to lay it down when teach you hew to avoid perils, which in my view mut ie- western
t "aL fr e "rcising t hal passed away; and wlin vital follow rejection. I advocate the bill a a measure the villa
yL ou dld yield to their claims, ylou acco:npaniedI of peace and conciliation : and in the word of the pray- posd oi
ai m by a mi immnl!itic mIe.sure, of which f we daily fer, I hope that Providence will "Proaper all
tim, I greatly disapirovod, and by which your consultations to the advancement of his glory, to he Septen

Church, and to the ise, henmiur, s.d walh
pire."-(MMch cherieg.l I mue hat" I
y too long declined your Iri L Ii a-
de widbout epiming a* oph -weo I
iae zpemctaioai-tbu thim am mma an
on: I entrmat your Loedsbhiupa l ha wiw
Sof itcountry, and I tru t M t y w tlm
euity Tor confrming b) your vTow a
not only to produce immeam rabl io~. bt t
alculahl evliL-.(Geermal ad r mitm dl mm- )


- im, Tbaf, Ltho W r.

At j uj Ah. .
of the An mrian ubcoomor Edips, frem Bkld.
more, counsiiog of,
sh Superfine Flour, in barurb d lf bnaes,
gs Buck Wheat Meal
sh Butter and Lard, in keg,
ms and lacon, Cheeoe,
uld Candles, in boaes, B's,
ro in bags. 'Peue in ditto,
latoes, in barrels,
If barrels Crckeres &c. ac.
in barred,
wr 21st.

On Monday ure~, thea insta .
At 1 o'Oiok A. M.
Will be so
piece of Land, containing, by adnaMuramt,
ed acres, situate to dhe weatward of de tow of
bounded northely on the ; motherly oa lad
Thooma Whewell; weserly e land of Framn
nd eastwardly on land granted to the Ha'hbl
ontl credit.
or 21.


Am. scr. Eclipse, Mattisoa, Bahbl
Flour, Corn, Cheese, Butter, &c.
to IllNai ADDuRLvT.
Sloop DBuildlr'i Son, Ingraham Abaco
l" loe, P'erse, Ditnt
Frienl's Delight, Ingraham, Ditto
%$itlh sirauiled Flour, Bread, Beef, &c.
to Joui SyTOM.

--Sloop Lively, Bartlert, Bavanu
Sit. sloop Union, Falro, Cuba
Sclhr.llilhon, Frances, Ding
II. M. ship to l-., (api. Pilkingtes Cruis
meriran Jmsconer, Samul, Captain Gay, fth
SlMaine, bound o Plilolelphia, came iono tl
indlay afteIrnommo, having boon blown off the ci
a in a violent gal', in the latitude of 38 80-
ich aem lost bur principal sils, W part of hr

erican brig Miles Standish, Ca in Amld,
nnuh, bned to Jamaic, wal wrad "o
et, Abaho, on Thurday the 14th iarnt, d q
SCargo saved,and brought to thi partmn m.

zfwua raimr
INO faed the arie of auna at dtheo of
r hrrel of uperfine Flour, Onpdi thd
af do weid if 2l. 60s., and the lpp y Led
BD orderrif fbh Ve trv.
'DAVID S'EN,(':, Veatry CLr
r RoIano h, DIrmcem r, IlW1.
A handsome Saddle Horse, Bridle and
ISaddle. The Ilorse gtins llin haremsad
i perfectly gentle. Prieoj O. For pard
enlarn, enquire a this office.
ser 17th.
The House and PrImise at preeset cplte
by Mrs. Poitier. Tie Houls i romay and
convenient, with large Kitchen adI wam h
a che,, chr b ad ahlAeg fto em
lI.- Ilrd r,, The go dlh,
atly Am N ..- r pi

t d ld domad a the cYaml mah -W
is dvidad by tLh vallo tmL, wo
ot being incnected by the aew rend hadIlg
Into the Blue hi road. Thi land wil e 1db
n oneor three lots. Apply to
lier 17th.


Ftront eglis Puyrse
We eide-mdut Sir Au mdI- 'E- the. m d
d kl d Alrimss, --a i Chiaesry a p
L the tiaoy do his iatr' marri said ibLa
Ih e b is ue n --s cirph ists moro t iY.
u cact arm~ull atding alut ,
im, .-.4 lllW y n o., uhc- h aud was
m GLanr ef i f L Ido mat, ib hw If la
lherar into lwly, whear lhey I sidad 17 lU 1 .

gLe br-f, aco, ei-mqWe of wheieh uws mutual
Mtour.n.. bm.. His ol Jllh- Lad y Au-'
gai MN Ir. esJ e ny eta Y ~as d, Mur-
r heeln upr d a s"s llsa nd: ii,
diyWl Himh m"4d she Cm Mch iufsu.elao o
do Lady and her friea a wad mnrral e tlck place.
Tht partl m s anularly aikd i th Chur of
Gerg, Hnaover-que., I llur month of NouveA
aid i dtia Ith o DcU mawr ly weren agai nid e
corliig to lth eremooni of lhe Choucb of Engllad,
aer bte mne of Aqun Frederick ad Ai$~ut
Manly. The circeuat s having coume m the King's
kLwludg, Ms Najasly (King George IL) imsiltuld a
s.k l ality, in bin swmw a the Arc Court of
Caarry, to ast aU Id ntiurir n eth ground of an
Act d Parli-amet pledarly is ls i of His Ma-
jiy f pre ti oi marrigo of any otl brunch
dL d ReyaI Family without prvio commeontl of Perlin-
Met. SO ds lth intalnt, Mr. Iluoltine, the King's
Procer, m a caturion on Lady Murray, to answer the
hrl lof de mit. The Privy Council wer occupied for
two ay ds Iahe d vtigadlio of the circumstances attend-
il tlh m Win of Hi Royal Highlne. Sir Augustus
d'EEm w hi e t li18th JI miary, 1794; ad on the 8th
Agusl, 1794, a l rmu i Ite d a rrisge was finally
delnrmld i lhe Ardce Con Dotor's Commons, when
Si Wilim Wynma delared dor judgment of the Court,
s IthL mil mrriage wal utterly al and void ; nd also
declared th a form marriage, prmesded to have been
had al Rom, was leo, by the law of dhi Coutry, inovlid
and aIgL Lady Auuta a is well known, died a short
dime sice, leaving ir Agustus and a daughter. We
hiae al yet heard the ground o which Sir Auulsll rmil
hi hope of revering he decree of the Archs Court.
We re iclined to think that nothing les tin an Art of
Parliament (a bon very unlikely to be obtaiaed) wil be
abl seetectSir Augums d'Esue's ainuine wialhes.
Fad f Wira'm.-An Elnghlh paper, in alludklg to the all
f( Warsaw, ive ile following account :
is as now tirty-seweo yan rs since Warsaw fll before the
Russin troop nalder the bart ous Suwrarow anl olher R.-
S1~i enerls. Il that iee Warusaw as defended by more
a oe hundred piece of canown dluslmed upln As batienre.
The Rusi.ans suremlled in their assault, andi the IPolish
rls fnund hemluJ lu eel unable to opixose with 10400
sie. bhirb was the whule (o their force, the united aiack
t' o a M,00 mrn. After a severe conlirt of righl hours, the re-
lst nce on the part of the I'ules ceased; hut the mausare of
the deleletable uwanrrow, wh from his hahitual cruelly was
sel eaed foe thl service. roninued for two hours longer; andl
the pllo..e listed till noon on the following day-live thousanln
Poles wn eonpulted to live be salai in the asnault; the
euMsidr wre miproned dipersed. The cities were
epell I lay down their arm; anl their houses plunderel
yhe erileu luiIDl.As who, after the battle had ceased
MIry Is houn, iboult ine o'clock t might, set ire to lhe
les aid again began to massacre the inhabitant. Nine
dl pn unarmed men defereless women, and
lall iu persed eilher In the flmws or hby the sword.
rd wmrlyf w oltole of the suburb wa reduced to Nthe. In
ll Ia Ih f thlis Ikg it i eoputed that ol ic u th. *u,s0
Slast deir lives.

lAs I fm miltfll .-Oa TooMudy, the Deputatio
b-Jui by Mr. Willia Ewnt, M. P.. attended the Kini.s
Lane, mi p id te U Ierpol Addrm to Hi. Majsl.y,
wha was s to mels It meat giactoes-y.
Ah hs d eaaly wha qa tbheaeil e.
W IMe P--t do A = date *5 A r bKing s *id
ienlsd. asi waswi shoeso eaf thu Knbssam ar
r Is i hm, m thie hIprment he w th
Eyi f Ud L pol. Mr. rEa ig, e he lRoyal swd ie.
ad fmfeas th S His e Mety was as ifllict Knight.-
-d i. eied hWiylly.* Not me da't Koikght m."
mI *a i Kng as m Why whih Ie the ayr ac
Ik al And wms inoed tha his Worhip w behind.
1T mmeildl i osmi i the Royal clase.
The Im ad th mwe then iemude by LUa
iM 2w-ml. J Klgw an l phaed ro confer
kh Wi ba u* h atr K.ighhoo .-LirrW Tmes..
i m eritis.-It wil he necoll th at co r-
iuts was rne y .ppa td by d* How of CoV
hi m.m re if Iog of ithe Railway C du- to
Ia ioumicatis frqlumt elamimi by steam n
Illus, said eb me as of gwduag pinet their re-
r I timhe eahj, hvi bL a sbjtM lme -
Ings, and a a grant member of wiumim and
a a la m, oe of nthe who sc.lfrom hedl Rolemy
Ca. They ae bam furanihd by lu Admiralty
ab G vema l Bre athlo for the purpose of imui-
iMpFa -ezM ip&rmtma. It in gl6ar thlt,
MLUMi dihL relpud ucimd of Id kind above
i.d rt which ae taken h phiIa tih eii t,,i lt.

iay ma La lif ue.l r

M d w f Mlaie o I a I i G.iida
mi Il l and -iI
ae u fewam thans 64,000 hoialw of stock in the
a oE ald whao dividends do nat escad 800 a
yoan. O a L mird d aniy m lthemaud im hiad
Il eventy nu~w ar Isve Laedi for thi comauy
-w .I

gi .l*taa ageim. \
&ie ms, in r -We fuuromOLD EERATURES,
iLoudt pape. dot is tlie to Aro weIek of AuL sa .... \
ZM- hna n en eptledly prsmentd in de Th**el an Va riou Bsj by Ar.
kyl dikret arts of die mile th d : uh of Eope. Athbon in France seldom speak ill of ea .
At Madrid betwuein ile 4th and Iill of August, an ex- when dey hive a poesoil pique; author i
r crdiIary brihgltn appeared in Ie .est after ort, dom l k of each other, but wh they
which en blbt persunsi rad in the streets, yet the dons. lI ty'l
eveningss w vrt col, d sometimes cloudy. Dn Tl i noing watinL to make nll raioal
Kau frm Berlin. l e Roe, d Oamr, In teMed people i he orl of e rolilo. o S,
morl, concur in similu rsq stiuaion A ltillr fi should wlk tultller every day.
Odes ys:- The longer we live, the morse we she be
SCoutrary to all prec da, e have bd nothing b ai t It it rl uonmablo to love God, and despihe a"*
Mauitnail rsis ever aie, w inter, and up a tohe ul we know either. ntt
i July. Dry weather tI c eo, and until the hat character In conversatin which
7th of Augut; but, during his interval, every might for agreesble, h made su of civilky end l
brought with it n unusual vivid brilbtoim ithbeky, ppe- A short sad certain way to obtain the charter
ready rising front dt northwest: it was no intense a to oc- msnble and wie man, is, whenever any oe taele
casion nuaIy whinuical blunders against tieand punctuali. opinion, to comply with it.
ty. On the night of tile 4h, ins d, it was so brilliant, nSon people are commended for a giddy kind 4
and Ilsted s long, that you could read de mallst print a humour, which is an uch a virtue a drunaeis.
midniglt. The rain reewdl its visit on the Hth; the Those people only will constantly trouble ye Va wi
inat day, the sky was overcst, and the sun was shrouded in, little ullices for dem, wo least deserve you &il
with a scarcely perceptible pour, which stripped it of is
rays, and gave t an appaance precisely aimilr to the lie are sometimes apt to wonder to see dhe
ioun, only that it had a lint approaching to viotet. For prud, who have dune the ueanest things; wheries a
sono iaunnents a large blaek spot wea oberved in its en- sciousnes of having done poor things, and a
tre, and here and dtere, vertial shadowing, which med hearing of them, often make the comploition mwe pi
to chie one nooher serum is surface. This phehomesn An excuse is worse and nBae terrible than a i: i
leas during the whole of tf afternoon, and he sun took excu is a lie guarded.
leave of us without having Ie given token of his n o cum- Prise i. like ambe is : little whif it, s i
tomed splendour." A reidal at Madrid, likewise men- ntcihes, is very agrtqM ; bit when a mne htlta l
lies that between the 51b and th of Auull, and alter lup of it to your nose, i i a stink, and lsril yl dl ,
unset, so extraordinary a degree of nbrightneu rem from 'h general cry is against ingratitude; hiel ete
the west as to enable me to med Is the tsreets; nor did plaint is misplaced, it should be against vanity. IJn 4s
this luminous ppeal nre mI at all alicted by the cloud- direct villains ate capable of wilful ingratitde; bi dl
ed ate of the heales. The evenings, he adds, were every body is capable of thinking that lie has doa s
plncilgtly mid. than another deserves, while the other thinks h he
revived less tan he deserves.
Min cad Custou.--The following odd paragraph is I never knew any mun io my life, who could masi
ho a liae number of the Brighton Gaete:- another' misfortunes perfectly like a Clristian.
The Queen and the Prinesu Louise bilhed in he Me on Several explanations of casuist, to luultiply dhe
Tuesday onminl, having bee Kacually heno from Willim'l Ioge of misl, may he called amendments to dte ise
Baths. where they had intended to bathi by the vulair anB mandments.
impertinent curiosity of crowd of well-dressed bit ill bred It is observble tht the ladies frequent tragesn a
people collected at the door, who piessed in the most rude than comedies ; he reason may be, that in tragly ih
meanr on the royal party: We he autheorlhl or staring. sx is deifed and adored, in comedy exposed uad l
thus publicly, that her Majesty eapresed in the wrmest terms culed.
ihr dl sre it the disgusting and brutal curiosity from The character of covetousnesn is what a man I ,
which e had suffered so maue annoyance. On several or ill re-
ious occasions, we hiavsreeadndl similar conduct : but it cquires r through ome niggrdlinem, or i
n.-er before reached the lengh to which it proceeded on Tues- little or inconsiderable things, Ihan in expenses of Iny
day. We put it to those persons (who cannot, we are sure. sequence. A very few pounds a year would easethi
be residents of Brighton)-if they have one spark a feehng of the scandal of avarice.
--(l decency it is plain they poaeesr none,) whetli, for the Some men's wit is like a dark lantern, which servarl
mere sake of gratifying &kir lelfiht curiosity. thiy will run the own turn, and guides tllrhe their own way aI h it I aw
rink-and we ran assure oar readers that such nal is not ima. known (acrordih to the Serillure Pllre) ilrd llH
cinary-of driving til Queen altogether fro a prince which trlth beture men, or to glorify tde ril lher in homn.
has been so much honoured lnd benefilled by her presence. It fen ha s h he r tIe t people, a
It uolen ha|ppens dllal thoeae *n) < est people, wm
characters IMvp i--n niot inJlure i .4utr of 0. P. Q.-Some peculation has been in- usallv find that to he the sweetest fruit which ie i
dulged in. a, it respectsll the aIllhir ol thrve s" Liberty hreatling h in pecking ai .
1.ret." I. Ihee no tBigli.hirn. 8cl, msn, or Irilimin have twi.n pecking al.
in Pri., who has bees onti.owl, ..d with lih .pent Ihe lint The people all running to the capital city, ili Ike
hiny yearn n the F nlh capitall I A man who dare not he lnence of all anil spirit to tie heart; a 53mptns
known for his deedLm.ld who inust keep concealed, to pre- the constitution is in dliger.
serve the credit of his Letters If there i u an one- Tie wonder we ofter express Ia our neiehboun reel
half English-half French. a Dr. (trenfield u exiled dig- lull company, would lessen, if we reflected, that soi
nit ry of Church. or ltate. he will te fund to the author seek comlanions less to be talked to ihan o talk.
of O. P. No man of rrpulotiin unhlemished. and lame Amusement is due happiness oh those who a
unipotted, could ever preserve ihe aecrwy of an anlhorship, thintL
bthat excited loloriety. We Ielieve "iniul" to hbve been
some 'S Bcndrel of the Courtl' simply be rrt e should not A contented man is lke a good tenni-player, wh e
be discovered. A mantle of infamy oncealedl him., and thiu fatigues aml confuunds himnuelf ith running lersf lld.
is the only mantle th at impenetrable because soelty never die blll, but stay, till i cones to him.
hilak of auspecting so infamnlus perr.o i a dilsinguihe.ld Tw. liings are equally ulnaccuuntable to reua, i
Imable Ict. Hid Walter t" rolt been nfamos he nrver Dot the object of reasoning ; the wisdun of God, ndb
coil have been dlacoveud i suve been lh author of Wurerly. madneu of man.
-Pi'.* Whi. Many men, prejudiced early in disfavomr of mnkidi
Saild umlium, never aim at making friendships: &A d
JNlmlme CAelpm C- ew. they anly thi.k of aoillag tbe v, m In all
Binds of l Ki g--Omerod LImmlieu, i adverting wold meet them. They begin Ihe woald knaves.
to *i- mduct of Fras towards Belgium, mid, a urt a"enlton, while others onlyend so after disppoinl
da since e Ithe French Chamber of Deputies, that The greatest things and the most praiseworthy
Frt had raied speakingg ef Belgium)" i'shdow of a he done for the public good, are not whet requi IP
klu t- hidow of a king"-who," aid the General, I prlt, but great honlty lthlrelfre for a king to M
" wauld do well to bos alwayahil tlu ns redy packed, amiable cliaracir, be ineds only to be a owe of 0cs
a1 a nem boa (St r of steem!) i attedance at AIm- honeIsy, well advised.
warp, to sl wenim l duld pleao td prince if Orange No woman hm s an for being in love with her
o iivde te coatry." We ctainly think Kin Le many a woman hes a ninm for being a friend to hla
por would he mud safer at Chiwick, tha he can be The eye of a critic is often, like a mirinrope, i
wher he now i vely fine and nice, that it discovers the atoms, grio"'
______ minutlst articles, without ever comprehending the I.
NamsA IWltr.-During 4 Ilte storm a Turtle of comparing the partner seeing al at once the he<"r"
extraordinary dimensions drifted ashore on die Flual at A king may e a tool, 1 d ing of straw; but if h
West Farms, mli was tL on Frila) on the salt ome- to rightn our enemies, ad scurr our pr. wrty. gi
down of Mr. Richard L. Irst. This Turtle was imne- enough: a scarecrow is a tling of straw, but it pren
dilely purchased by Mr. Scudlrr, proprietor of the 'orn.
America Museum, for the lurn of 5iW dollars, and was Nolwithlsandin the common complaint of bth knL
brought to hecity and aofely pIlaced in his rtablrhmen of men in power, I heve known no great mi' rt or
alie yesterday. Its weight in fortera lunddrid ity of parts and busine, so wicked as their fert,'-
te p s l being sm 400 to 500 pounds heavier than Bem o snd kno wlesig preserve sl t fnm s lid .iel
Ihe cdlebnd Turtle taken several vearn ao in Sandy mln roguerie ; and when they become bid, i isFr l -'
Hook Bay, which i stil eAbibited at the a'me mom unm. mlo from the neceily oi their Ttustion, thn
This is *ernUy grt crioity.- Y. Y. A r. manual ent to evil.
_____________ Whtever may be aid amint all pr emie or **
r r d the e il of uach soe, to n bsoltie goTmenell
M ummo in . -T-. a @ i& tis M beplrat: for it i possible, that almost any wmi-
d "11ib mmmems In proce iof aelsa Ia do me- he a better man n na a kig hm and broi
m oha f Soahd. Ow to Dugld Stomw me to A ma coming toe i w ieralde i mmr r 1
e Bir, and a eto Kiagl OGerg e b4h.-F-or thi uw : every one is acios every Im ml-kes no "
t oumeot Chnurey is to pply a broms figir o every one oeriag his mri ; ie whol h-b d
Co0l6mlddimau. A onmment to the Ear of Ilope- place seems to be only for him. The Bisn i
own ia aseo Ih mratd i Edioburgh. The Scoch are from the iater side, no sme is made about "i a "'
a petritic taod tbough they may m tim neglect tore takes notice of hi, all him pla with o
l' g tey m9W filrgl to do hM their illb, ltoct!-The picture of s mini wbn bhe s o ,- r
triir, ad when he goes out.

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[P^ <*" ^^. % w, S^fr Manama UvMn* Norcnibfr 8. |ai. rnm the Ntw Igrk Umtg AdoeriiMer, Ngp. 21 POLAND. ikl down ibeir .rriw. .od .urrendpred to fbe Aittlriaru. -e, ;..u.., tluuri.1. They ar thu, IWt app.r..,„|y u, te entire mercy of 0^1' --••"-""•' Lmperof o( Kuwi-, who, it i wi.I, ,„a„i(V.u a *liix>.iiKmf o,>s from Morocco, mnd invite iImmm to march with tlK^in. TVSIS. h. Bey „f Tunis aijreed, by treaty, on th.H,h Autr-.M IfZir'-rZ"'^^'^ "' ^'''"^ P^'^'"-^'i"t' L'ain in ra.. X ^K L r ^'"'''.'^""^^•••'•nf ha, been made Un^rvn . of ,h.. ,uo Sodi... and thr Bey of Ttinin. I lie I ujie l'iMiHr,Tedanamh;M,adorff.,mnon Mieuel aJ^ "?"" "^ ''*' ^''•'-'="'N r. ,1,11 un,h.ri.le.l • hut H M "7 7'l\ T ''"•^'r^M'-'.d ,., b. roiM lu.l..MHJr.n IJ'r;^::^::;^:: ;:;ir '•-'---• 'He Mo f ai J "OLLAND. M. hi" "'".7"7/**' '•; '•""•t:M,.b lHt,.r from rh*Fmperor Wirh..lai lo ihr VnncfufihAnKv to irbom . ,r.mprror U t.> .t. '"OII ir W9% Mfllt Willi d^iubl M to Ibr inl>iMMHiH .,1 lb.<'/*r ...u. K.. . "'^"' *"'' TdST^^rRlPT. T 4j,* iaur fr^ '";;';;;'^'j'' '^^'^ ''''*• ^"'f^ -ENOf.\!f|) IN A-rjRF^T sTatK OFKXCrTFMFVT Pnre Current, and Muyd', 1^,,.. all .adu,.,e "^'*'' Ih-grra,ritpoM.blrKn,..m^„C preraiM lhrou£bout th. kiairdoo. ,„ consequence of ,hr ,M^nt of ,hr R^foSZi I London. !afrr,HMd an.t otbor arvM rii,,., V,?,i^r '''''• a. a ...nd. I, .., ,.„.n.llv llJ.H T^L Z Kin^; i""'^ •e ..II not but that a numb., of „Vw V%, .f, '^"r" !He.„n. ^ c.llH m all the larKtt"'Jn/2rh '"''''"• are d,^e.| ... mo..rn.n. on •nnouuc.V, tb?. m b,:';;,''-*"" J^> ... thHate. hour tbe^ bad^.„ du^^drJo^hy of i 41 filoy phyajcii^ force : ten tiOMM the forte now in the Island i When two ii*^>i.U ,, -^aSSl euuld not .ubdn. the fn* ioh.bu.0., for the firs, ten mile, of choice of In v ^n. Zl TV *^^ rtie.r march, they should see nothing but bidettes and vuncfuT: ,, ^, """ <* f them uccif HMriu, iney snouw sec nvining uui ouieues and jmncluunt uj Hum! the climate, and a btlle skirmishing, would do tbr remaoider. I^r us stand firm and dtUrmintd, and we will A SON OF JAMAICA. OLD LITLRATUKF. Tkom^hfs on Various Subjects, by Mr. Pope. Paity is the madness of many, for the gain of a few. There never uas any |arty, fat tion, wet, or cabal whatJMiever, in wjiich the ino^i i^iiorani were not tlie most violent ; for a lce is not a busier animal than • blockhead. However, such instruoK'iits are necessary to politicians ; and perhaps it may be with slates as with clocks, which must huvi: some deadweight lianj^in^^at tliern to help aod reuidate the iiKJtion of tlie finer and more useful parts. To enour to work upon the vuij^ar with fine sense, is like attempting to liew blocks with a razor. Fine sense and exalu?d senile are not lialf st) useful as common sense : ihere ar.forty men of wit to one man d' sense : and he that will carry nothing about him but ffoUi, will be every day at a hiss for want of readier change. LearniiiK is like fimcary, one of the most powerful and excellei.l thines in tlie world in skilful hands : in unskilful tiiemost mischievous. The nicest constitutions of fi^overnnient are often like tlie hmrst pieces of clock-work : which d.-p^nding on so He who tells R lie is not sensible how -^ undertakes ; for he iiiuai be forced to inv^!!^ • ^ I to niainUin that one. *"* t^^ C;iving advice, in, many times, only lU ^ .ng a fooh.h thing one's self, uude. preicM,r'>'r, another Irom doing one. ^ ^ f^ It is with followers at court as with full road, who first beHpattr tljt>stt tk tread on their heels. Fake happiness is like false money ; i, ,-^. as well as the true, and scTves somj or.r^'^t^ but when it is brou^ht to the touch, we Zji"^ .md alloy, and feel tlie loss. ^ "* ^ Dastardly men are like sorry horss ul.^ spirit and mettle enough left to be mischievl^"'^^. ^ome iK-ople will never learn any il,i„,, T l hecause they understand every thing too sL^T 'A person who is too nice an observer of .l'u_. the crowd, like one who is too curious i„ ,1 ^[ hour of the bees, will often K' stung for h.^rri^i A man of bus.ness may talk of philosophy ,"2 has none muy practice it. l"Viii, Theie are some solitary r/retches, who seem i.i be rest ol mankind, only as Fve left a7I ^' the devil m private. ^' •• The "^ r'^^" "• ciocK-worK : wbicb d.pnding on so The vanitvof bnmnn v.r^ • it I.' ^ . 1 .m, tha^ is an advantage to us : t U'in^ unhthelolhesof ,be.oi„d,aswith tin, weeds of a tw^ ^, If destroyed and consumed upon tlie place of tiRjir' !;n!;;r;::t"'' "^^"^ ^ '--' "'^' -'-d ever To pardon ihosi. absurdities in ourselves, which wo cannot sulfer in others, is neaher letter not u irse than to t. more willing to be finds ourse-lves, than to have others ^ A man shouh n.ver be ashamed to own he has been in w^s*: rd^: ;:'• •:.'-' -•-^^^ ."'•words, that i^ i wmr ro (Jay than he was yesterday. Our passions are like convulsive fits, which though thev ntake u. stronger lor tin., leave us weaker ever ^fTr t!^J' ^"1 '^^*^^ "**: ""• '••* '"I*^'*^^* ''^^ '^^^ h'-" iniuiy : bir Im> Iui* t .<>.. :„ i.:. „ ... an injury ; The Aillo win c^a^„„,c.,.o„. contained in the Jamaica ^e Iftth ult. we d( >fe, tkewrfon,,, i, pUr ,„ „„, oolumn..-/;^. Ar^ /'Dimet Man rhtfit." mm. l-.D.Toa— In such time, nn the nrrient t.m m„rl. .Mbe wriitejkr .aiU to „hl„ T "^" *^""of our Fe.k.w-Coloni,t:.r;: ,'; TuZllZ"'^ "^ '^^ Prrb.p. I, hall hr t.kH what m hH^ "P.lhe w.r„.ng • N-..o„. rhr n.,lu,in, of Parliament, andl ^^.1.^ "7?:*' / In ...wer, rbr Mo I. 7 ^^ ''''" eann' '" ^ "^'d't ottjie.r darkness and apprehensions : like children, who when they go m the da, k, will sing fi.r fear b„, b^'^"* ^? •"*'^' ridiculou. derider of piety hutahyjK>cnte makes a sob^.r jest of Ood and reS' an^llL I '''V ""P"^*^" debtor. Who goes every day •. ^''";''5""y".V8of war, may be applied to disoutinaI w-ldomse;^ a noble building, or any oiK^r I magmficence and pomp, but I think, how"Ut .H atfy the ambition, or to till the idea, 0^1 soul "' *" ' It is a certain truth, that a man is never ,o .v httle imposi-d upon, as among feople of the 2'!^ II coats lar more trouble to l>e admitted or cuntil*1 company than in good ; as the former have U J* standing to be employeol constantly in ZV' with hmiself. and with others, is no very e.yT4 The d.fl..rence bt-tween what is commonly calld th ngs said in a little room or in a lar^e saUr^ T tables or at great tables, before two cand^T sconces. • It is with narrow-soulcd people a, with narrow^^J borles: the less they have in them the more L^^ make in pouring it out. 'I Many men have been capable of doing a w^ U more, a .onning thing, but very few a generous thi Nnceitisreasonable to doubt most thir.iri. ..J nnfT*J^"^ ^*' "* "^"^ '^^ ^ho make on ,iv. -T A, 'or lie iMU it then in hi, power to make him.h | r.„o^'""v ""^ '"''? r''^'"''**'' ^y " ^"'"^•' Z^"* H'e otlr, by forgiving it. ""5^ ** if ^ should buy dothe. that d^ not 6t k for thf^ hare. ^^ "*^ portsiuan The Scripture, in time of disputes, is like an n~.n .n tune of war, which .rve. ioKn" I'^c^i^ro^f both partH : e,eh makes use of it for tlj present t.n' / tbbnr.'.M.s it to ,1m. „ext comer todo t ^nT '""^ Such whoarealwav.k T 1 ^ "'ners, are iikc those VV ben we are youB^ we are slavishly emnloved Jn ^ only bccaus.. they wer.made by some fam,Hi*t.k,r. It IS a, offensive to speak wit in a fiioj's c..mpans,.f would Ih) dl manners to whi,per in It ; he is dis,,l.a,| botji for tlie same reason, because he is ignorant of iki False critics rail at false wits, as quacks and i.M. are still cautioning us to Uwareof counterfeits and dr otljer cheats only to make more way for tlair ow... WId men for the most part are like old chronic!.., give you dull but true accounUof time r)asf, und irew knowing only on that score. There should be, niethinks, as little merit in hni woman for her beauty, as in hiving a man for \m f^ rity; both lieing equally subject lo chance. We should manace our thoughts in comiwirwork,a..sheplK>rdsdo their flowers in making i r'. rir>t select iIk; choicest, and then dispose them i ti. proper plac-s, where iliey cive a lustre to each ott.r. As hand!M,me children are more adishon.mrtoidrW* eri lather than My ones, liecause unlike himself; n-H thought,, owned by a plagiary, bring him ail than his own ill ones. When a poor Uiief appears in rich garmenU, we ^ diately know they are none of hi, „„ 're still observing upon others, are like thn^ ii ^' 7 ^^'**-^ ""* "•"'^" "'' '' ""• •aysabroad at other men's hotises, reformfn^ ; /""'" ^^."t'^. 'i^e other In-asts, find snare, si-lp-. We ou^ht in h..m,„i,v. no nwre to dewite m.„ f •Lon .l,ov a. ,„ch . I,. „„„.„ h"'lp Tvere t' ^l"' r.M.chW ron,i.|, ,..,l,„uM „„ „Z iZ"'^'' "j"' ma-^l'^rrf/"^" ^'^*. ^' of eratitnd Pfcy pfcysicial force, our •rcc.s.ful rf^iH.a,.^^ u .j C.OKnve what wtd.l be th. c.^^rnun^J^lrf ''^^ ''"'" the PlaiHer, and Propetor, w.reT c^^V 1 '^ "* y'^*'' prt the prrvlure to Hniaiit • fk '" ""'*• "' 's;. .-„..r, -O.M ?:x..x!^h:r;r/" '""';' •"''''M comn.„„„i._,.„, -'ti, '••••'"•< -"..Id rewire tho^n.. e. per,n.i tr';.r, T r:. r.ri'r-"*-"^ prt.rMence an,l public cbanrr. Twm.V Tk ''^'" **" wouW be thrown out of emoloTmeL i "'"*'^ '"*•• humlred thousand ,ons of 22^1'*:'' '""^^ '"" 'b-e to the amount of •.•rr.l m'lbon^• '""^''""•'' "'"^''r .e*,..enrr*_,b,. rrvenue touche. ,W the Fni.r.l State, all is .n'":/^;:; ''T"''-' der. us by no means •• ifl.,Vii,>oa/ a, Mr r! /> "'" .lle.| OS. which prerenr*.! him. iKK>r man r **" ^'"""'"'^ W cannot be worse than we now aiT '•'"^''^ bappe,., ,h„ I Will .oppoth iirituh Co.en.ment .d enough to em , -."^ u.i.ivi in-<^i^, lino snares f" n the prrivisionsof life, and are alluml by il^-ir ippw to th^ir destruction. ,\J^ "''^^ positive men are the mmt credulow; *• they most believe tlH^Muselves, and a'n perhipii* by the new ones all that they got by the old ones. A man who admires a fine woman, ha, vet no moff f* •on to wish himself her husband, than one who Af^' the Hesperian fiuit, would have had to wish hiiwelt"" anieon that kept it. He who marries a wife, because lie cannot aUv.l^' <^tely IS much like a mar, who, findinc a fe. Iw^ mhisbiHly, resolves to wear a ,)er,K^iual blister. learned people, for beinc %o cIoM-ly united, are ! '^ apter to part : as knots, tlie harder Un-y are pulled, b^ tne soonei. -^ '^ A family i, hut too often a rommonwealth of marrfn*'* Jtiat we call the charities and ties of affmitv, pro^-e' b#* ,„ I ,,. --r\ ^'""' "• Praiifurte ma r>oor }l '"^'J'^^*^ •'*' clashini; interests : the 'son wish-^* HKitlif heJ '"'"7"'*^""-'^^^ ^ -^-':r^t"^^^^'t'^'"^' theyoun...t brotlu-r tbatoftbr^. Flow .^of rl^ ""•' "*""• I tt '^'^'*^'"jn>inrs at tlie sisters' ,>ortion : wlien .; ^ are like the bhlr' 1 V"'''"" ""'* ^"'"^ Hisrour^ Z^ T'7' '^^ ''' "''^ '^'^ '""* n^ animosities. It •bo coml .n t-r ""7 orn,ph.asin, to tl^.' ^'iT '^ "7^ "''^-^"•We to expect all this, and yd-' woukJ "1 tt '*%^'""^-^-"'. ^^ prejudicial to him ^Z X? "" '"'"^'•^^ *^"^ '" ^"'iv''"'• '^"^ i*^**^^ "* J^'^ ' g^t^f"! io Uie same degree that they -re ^ r^it <> EOK;M, Editor. %%i:ii%i:nuav. oi^c i^huicr *ii, ih3i. VQh. I— IVo. XLT. TiiK IJVII \M \ \U(;L.S. PUaLINilKI) NKMI-WKKKLY IN NASSAU. N. P. Bifht BoUart per annum— Xn advance. POBTP.T. Hark Colonists hark To bis pt I every man Oppression rears her ensign dark — Hark I the work of ruin's began. Wil! you look taic'.f on 1 No— brothers, no To the fiehl— One rif^hl-—im*; vriciUgt your own, At your peril yield. Your invaded laws. Colonists, protect, F\)riii a sturtly band Concede only when rraofi shall directStand— -Colonists — stand The hearts that beat on this far strand To Fntfland — to their monarch true The lest of loyally hncr sIwmI — irili Mtanti^ 6(ill to maternal F.n-jland ^ield her due: Bur fur her petty tyrants, avaunl! Flnglainl*:^ worst enemies — Who to line their pockets, haunt Her once blest Cnloniea. In religion's specious garb array'd. Draining— oppressing — dealing iJiscouteot— See .'see .' their trust l>etray'd, To Enjflands interest dead — her subjects sent To seek on fair Columbia's shore, That peace to distant subjects lost— > Those proud days for ever o'er WbenJoj/icf was the Kriton's boast. Stand Colonists, stand What trampled on— Hipprest Then (orm a sturdy band i^i the word be fist.'* O droop not little isle Thy sun is but ecliptt, Withbobling its lustre awhile "^Pwill from rs in.iti, With a still brighter smile ; While each brave Colonist, Now supporting thy riyht. In the midst of thy woe Shall bask in its light. The waves that onward (low, To lave thy rocky shore, Waft high their snowy wreaths, Around, the or,t;ng the claims of the W ladians to more e '**n'"''' **'•* country concurrently with •••V..I.U ^'"'J"^ ''"' P"''P*'* o** putting an end 'to the mmii^v '"• ^'^J'''n>'r observed that it wa^Kjtoriby thTl. J"""'' *^' ^'"'^tcd al! the regulations aijr^S upon ^^Ti^il'^Ti *^^*''"' ""'^ ^'^'^ "P"'y <^"^'^ on the •f the nr^"* rf^'fiance of those reeulations. The increase r*H>ftiLr,'''"V ''**' ''"''*'•'-" laviaWd •"'^f^*'**of the labourers, an.l *wwn I* P'"'^'^*'^ '""•'•' advantdce over our own. In '" the *'"'''"'Y^'** l""'<^e o<" a slave was nearly do.ible that Produce r^r '""•'*"'^**' "d thus the latter could bring their ^^ own r J '""**''' '*^ decide^l advantage over that of colonies, which obseivcd Uc laws against the slave-trade; and we not only let ilieni liavthe advantage of us in tlie market abroad, but we gave thein peculiar advantages even in the British market. It had been said that tlie refiners had calculatud u{on tlie continuance of this measure ; but it was well known that it was at first hut an ex(>eriuient, aid tlmt it had failed. The refiners were aware of this, and ihertfonj had sufficient notice. He was satisfied that the Right Hon. (iontleman (Mr. P. Thompson) would feel tlie responsibility attaching to His Majesty's (iovernment, in a measure of "this description, of relying on the repri'sentatiuns received from the refiners of Liverpool in opposition to the reprjteniations of the West liidid interest, and of saying ibat the only pt^rsons capable e;' giving information to His Majesty's Ministers were the refiners, who had a direct interest in'the (juestion, making as they diii large profits from tie measure. With re|)ect to the argument, that au injury could be done by the slight tpiantity of foreign sugar iin(>orted, he begged to remind the House of Mr. Hu.skiison's remark res|)ecting the small quantity of Mauritius sugar that could be produced, and to ask them to look at the quantity now imported. Wtiea ofiwj the door of penaisned, it wa, difficult to say to what extent the privileges might not be carried. When the difficulties of tlie West India proprietors were considered, and when ruin looked them in the face, was this a policy whichought to be pursued towards an interest to relieve which an anxiety was professed, particularly when that interest did not ask relief, but only that its burdens sliouUl not be incred T [Hear.] Was it wished to retain the colonies ? If so, and if the distress of those colonies were such as it notoriously was, it could not lie consistent with the professed view, and intentions of his Majesty's Ministers to refuse an inquiry. He trusted no reliance would lie placed ii{mni a statement which had been addressed ^o the .Noble Lord (Lord Althorp signified assent) by some gentlemen, and which he (Mr. Buige) had seen some Members reading, which contained the grossest falsehoods ever pennctL W liuever llie gentleman might be who wrote that address, he could not permit to gross a litiel on the character of tlie West India interest to pass unnoticed, which had no foundation in fact. The Hon. Mernbrr liere pointed out some mis-statements in tlie paper he referred to. He eulogised the character of the West India merchant, and coloiial hody, many of whoe dilh^ies, he observed, had jesulted Irom their liberal condOrt towards their labourersil>road. He would instance the case of a West India erclunt of the highest respectability^ lone a Member of thai H^tim, who had recently failed (Mr. Manning, we f>resunie), not through any extravagance or Uiinton speculations, but ihrouph the drain ocCiiioned by the demands of tlie laboun^rs on his estates for clothing and subMst. nee. The Hon. Mendx-r concluded by m.>vinga8 an amendment •' That a select committee be appoiut4>d to inquire ho* far the |)erriiission to refine lorciL'n siii^ar in this country i, op|>osed to tlie interests of iIm' West India colonies, and tends to encourage Uie continuance of the slave-trade." Mr. P. Thompson Mid,tlie Hon. Member had completely failed in establishing that the consumption of fiireign sugar would increase*in this country, and that the measure of Govcinment was not at all calculated to favour tlie slave trade. The fact was, that the bill was nothi ng but a renewal of tlie old bill with provisions of which the Hon. Gentleman wa, evidently unacquainted. He did not appear to be aware that for every hundred weight of foreign sugar imported into this country, an equal quantity of W est Indian sugar would be ex|>orted, and bearing in mind this inqxirtant point, it was difficult to perceive the injury to be inflicted on the colonial interests. The truth, was the principle of the bill had been sanctioned by the legislature over and over again — in tlie silk trade, tlie cotton trade, and other leading branches of our manufactures. The sugar must be refined somewhere, and the bill would enable this country to have the In^nefit o( the process instead of Hamburgh or Amsterdam, or any otlier place oo llie Continent where it might be refined, and imported into Fngland for consumption. Tlie Right Hon. (ientleman went into numerous details, to prove that the West Indian interests ai present posse.vs-d all fair advantages of tlie market. He believed that the intro^liiction of foreign sugars fiir refining, if carried to any extent, would be most beneficial to the British shipowners, fur a very large amount of British capital wa, invested in the productiS4 of sugars in the Rraxiis ; and it was to tlie advantage of the grower, to import it in British bottoms. He was satisfii-d that llie measure did net effect any injury to the British West Indian interests, and he only begged tlie House to bear in mind that the bill was to last but for one year. Mr. (fiMilburn thought the merits of the question lay in very narrow compass '" would delay tlM bill too long for any useful practical wif pose this session. [Hear.] *^ Mr. Gordon contended that if tlie bill were allowed to commute in force one other year, tlie result woukJ be ruinouto the West India interest, and perhaps fatal to the connexion of the West India colonies with tlio mother country. [Hear.] Mr Maberly, as a friend to the West In.lia interest. would suggest to the Hon. and Learned Gentleman (Mr. Burge) the expediency of wiUidrawing his motion for the present, and d he so thought fit, of bringing it forward on a future occasion, in a mode pointed out by the Wobl, Chancellor of the Exchequer. Mr. J. Wood f onceivod that the Hon. and Learned t^-entleman had entirely failed in tracing tlie existing dis^ tressed condition of tlie West India interest to the operalion of tlie present bill. Mr. Hunie argued that relief ought to be extended to the W est Indian colonies, but contendtnl at the same tinnr that, as Government had determined to grant a committee of inquiry, the West Indiaa interest ouht to alloiftiw Bill to puss for one yeai. ""^ Mr. J. Weyland supported the proposition of Governnient. Mr. Robinson was almost inaudible amidst the calls of the House for Questioa/' He was understood, however, to support tlie melk>n of Hr. Burge. The House then divided, when there appeared— for the motion 113 Aga"t it 125 Majority for Ministers . .—12 On out entering the gallery we found Mr. Burge on his % legs, declaring tliat he wouUl, in every subsequent statre *^^ oppose the process of this Bill as far as the farms of th^ House would allow. Mr. B. Gordon hoped, that after the small majority tiie Ministers had obtained, tliey would not persist in fo'rcinf this Bill upon the Hou8(^ A desultory conversation then took place between Sir F. Burdett, Mr. (;oulburn. Mi. C. Ferguson, and Mr. K, Douglass, after which Lord Althorp declared his intention of |>ersisting in this Bill. Tlie Speaker then put tlie quaafion that this leport be now received. w TIk' gallery was cleared for a division, but no devision took place. Tlie report was ilwn received, and a Bill was ordered lo be brought in pursuant lo the resolutions. From the New York Commercial Adwcri'uer, FROM CANTON. ^ We published on Monday, a letter from Bafavia, stating that the sloop of war Coote left Anjier on the ^th July, for Lugland, with tlis|>atclies from Canton, announcing that serious difficuhies had occurred l)etween llie Lnglish Com^ pany and the Chinese, which were likely to retalt in a total suspension of the tiade between the two countries, and probably in a war. [A paragraph was publiihod in this paper of last evm^ ing, giving tlio substance of a letter iVo-n St. Helena; September 21. reporting tlie entire breaking up of the Last India Company's Lstablishment at Canton, the murder of llie princi|al English residenu, Ac. which'happily proves by subsequent advices, not to be true. Sffieak* ing of ihe letter to which we refer, tlie Mercantile 6f this morning, from which we take the subjoinetl extracts, says :] The above intelligence wouW Iwive excited consider'ablo interest here but for the fact of the arrival of letters by the way of Mexico from Canton as late as the ralA •/ Jnl^ which state that the trade had not been susfx-nded. Th# following is an extract from one of these letters. ** Camton, July 6. — There was a little imfirovement a| the moment in imports, in consequence of the difficulty hew tween the Chinese authorities and the Company. The latter threatened to stop the whole English trade, and issued notices to that effect, but finding that the proce'dings of the Chinese emanated from Pekin, they ha*e withdrawn tlieir notice, and referred the affair to the Governor General of India and the Englbh governrmmt at home. A vessel has been n dMi Canton d m ;l*^ -, ioverncDent ,...,• .. ^"'^ t**^ Britisli Factory. We fnive nothing matenai to 1 boujrh he had examined the ) communicate, to assist in forming a judgment as to its pr^ subject with his Ix'St attention, he had not been able to make up hi, opinion one way or tlie otlier, and saw not how any Hon. .Member cmild arrive at a decision upon siH'h a complex question, without inquiry iNsfore a eh;ct committee. That inquiry lie earnestly urged upon tlie House. Lord ikltliorp had no objection to inquiry, so as jt did not interfere with the proirress of the present bill. It should be recollected that Ministers had, on a fiirmer occasion, assented to a proposition of tlie Noble .Member for Buckinehamshire for a committee of inquiry, but 4hat the West India interest had refused to take advantage of tlu bable tennination, unless it be that a growinp conviction of the unjiistifiabh' n i ire of tlw; proceedinjfs which are comfilained of, apjx .r u, j.i.vail in tlie minds of tlwise Cluneal whose opinion we have an opportunity of knowing. The Foo-yen, following up his violent line of conduct, would notrmit the Kwan{r-h>ep to preM>nt to him the address of tJie Select Committee, which, togetlier with thft Factory key,, .Mr. Lirdsay had placpfi in his bands, on the 29th ult. The Committee bemg thos delmrred from all means of communication whh the Government, resolved lo ptit llie Chinese miblic in posseioi of the facts of the caie by a bn<*f nf>tin

''9very tkis* rntm. Tlie puMiriiv tliiu given to tfie ground* of com phi inl hat \noduv*'A h ^u-at twrnatiou, fJivournhlo (jM fr an can UaknrliiiiK-.l) f., l^MirvifWii of tlM? roimnitUc. TJwt tt ru|mrf liHil al all ort .iri.-tf, was, iMjoniluii, hntvmty partMlfy known to tlV Chlni*... TImj t-yc-s of MiHiiy nilMOW (>en'<| to tli. ilisa, irons ron-woiiiMirt)* whirh inay Mi>tM-. Tlw F.H>-yurii ih lilijmcl for his ijnorana? of iIm? mkhU* in which forvifrwrs Amid Intrfatr, clamJeslim^ ni.Mle of f>ori)o. tnunf^ It; and, to avoid diwussion on tlio subject, refuse (M'titions on all oilur* t TK.jie are (jticHtioiis to which the Chinrsp make no reply ; '-ven thf lloni^ merchants beint' obliged to admit *hat rfa.;y ,„„„.. ,„„I„C,1 nniitarv oii' **.ri ..K,\ '^'^ U tire (a military one certainly) tu expllcr^/ holdmsituations, or in the einnjovnient of *^ are tofivt; ui. luivale oi.ioi,... ...,..'. .. ^^^vnt^ ... 1()(>J, (vuic uii passed i2tk Sept. WM) in therei^n of Ch:irlo tlin secimd. How the Duke of Mailhoruiii-h could l>e proprietor in 1702, we bhall have to wiser In ads than our'* to dtleiuiinc ! If, |*erili.inte, Vkv slaieii that the ICarl of Malboioiigifi, was, at tin; p<'riod of such transfer. a Duke we preMiiue our mi^kty ,rror is most profHT...... ... .,,,, ,., ,,,,„^. ^^ ly one of lUo^raphtf, nr)t!iistory And, as wo observe tho^* by uhom they are jroveria'd. 1 hav ^'""'''' *' iliulTyru'i "ilioyrapl.v ha b'eii soimwhat rowL'hly ban'nablo ritdit to hi* assumed title. lie ^'*^ '''<*"' situations, because, bv biivi,..,'!! .ZL "^ <*• / ^Dr n;\^)m%%H flvflitsg^ ami, in lact. to Mvure ulliie, yii-lj .„ ,,. '* ^''^Hj, those bv whom tlu.V rn .,..,.' /'.^ J? "'*-' ^'"tTC -^ are toyiv.; up piivate opinion, sm render all inT aitJ 111 iw.# „.. .1-. ... "" 'noepfnJ Hi THS AB^TS. tlMJ most unexceplionablo rij:ht to hi* assumed title. lie up|ear tu Iwve i,'ot by heart de chihi's historical song of •• TSe Komanit in Kn^laii.J (usi fM)r* sway, Th daxuus affcr tlieoi. led the way ;" &,c. &c. in chaunting whfch, he would fain infer, that he possesses the de^'rei! of critical, mt'lricai acumen, siifticient to criticise and decry the poet:* Husions of his betten. 0llri (k'iires to obtain the iiijjhest rank in the army. Tht Xari/. — Wv have rc ..iv.d a IcUrr upon nauticul BHtltTs M)/>//> ri J* gallant and disiin;;uislied Captain we should ..-. .,..>lil it iiiLL*! Iiav'i* li<>>ii liio iti-.^iii... :,.,.. ..I' iuive I • ?• .^...^..Li. _ci|.i.iiii wi; snouiu iMve l,i.>

'*'."" if il m '^i 'ti Z^t Mu^umsi ^tu^n From an En^^luk Paper. AtmttspherUat ithmumna in tJitmjtt.—^e leuru Iruiii We umifmiimd tbttt Sir \u^iMiuiii'Kte, tlio Mon of ; i^-oiKloii {M^cr, in tlictuo Hrsi wnks of August retbt Duke of SunM-x, Iiun tilni h Bill in CiMiiccry to (>fj <'*||k.ill (>fK'ariifucs w.rtrif|Kat( Jlv |)r'stJiJt'l in tlte p^tuatc {\ui U^Miioony of his f^t(H'r*< iu;irriat,'-, iiiinimhn^ thi'ri''lu<.iry hrii;liiiu ii|}R'are4. flis account* from H( rlin, (ieiwtva, Konie, and Odessa, in gi^ Rayal Ili^'hfKtsx th! Duku of .Suiwex, iKing iImmi at Rome, •"'r*li concur in similar rwpfOMrntatiuns. A letter from umn witli ihoM Ladies, bmJ vary ualuraily court<ry weather tlien came on, and lasted until the ray iM^came pregnant, and retunteMl to f n^'land : His I 7lh of Auuum ; hut. durinif this interval, vvery night Koytl llii;hnM did the same aad at tlw insiauve of j l^^ou^lit with it an unusual vivid brightness in the sky, appalls Lady and her fiirnds, a ttt^^^amd marriaL'e to<.k place. r^'"tiy risini: from the northw;?t : it was so intense as to ocOLD Thoughts OH Various Subjects, by Mr p Authors in France seldom s|eak ill of eark T.' when tiny have a p..,sn,al pique ; authors i„ v}^\ dom speak well ol each other, hut wIkj„ th..v i ^•^H sonal lriend>hfp. ^^ '•'e i^ THPr -' • eres xdd The longer we live, the more we shall he te IS nothing wanting to make all rat ted |M*ople in tinworld o" should walk together every day interested jM'ople in the worFd of"on7rel,'uio,'T' '** <^ TlitJ parties were regularly n.'.ked in tlie CJiurch o< tfl. CieofKe, Hanover-Square, in tlw month of .\oveibr, and on the til ill uf UectnilHT ihey were again united accofding to tlie ceremonies of the Church of Eni,dand, under tlie names of .\ujjustus Frederick and Autjusta ca.sion many whimsical hluoders against lime and punctuali ty. On the nit'hl of the 4rh, indeed, it was so hrilliani, and lasted so long, that you o.uki read the smallest print at midnight. The rain renewed its visits on Uie Hth ; the next day, the sky was overcast, and the sun was shrouded .•>i>i. I.. ... ... M..„.„ Ti • -...K^. •-;-' .M •—'**•• overcasi, anu iiie sun was sliroulei murray. 1 lie circumstances havmg come to tlie Kind's lli a scarcely percepfihle vapour, which stripped it of its kOwhHlge Hu .Majesty (King George HI.) instituted a r.y.s, and gave i, an app^-arLe precisely limila^o the J.;h of nullity, in h.s own name, in i\m Arche. Court of, .noon, only that it had a .int appr.K.ching io violet. For Canterbury to ..-t aside tle marriage, on the ground of an ; *ome moments a larir., hiack spot was observed in itn cenAct of Parhann-nt pass^jdearly in the teign of His Ma| tre, Hnn ''f Hhj marriage oJ any male branch j to cha,e one another acro, its surface This oheho..,.... nient. On the 8th instant, Mr. Ileseltine, the King's leave of us without having once ifiven token of his or... ^-fiar^esot tiMsuit. I lie Privy (ouncd were occupied for Hons that b.| ween the 5fh and Sih nf A.. L ... t oi. ttkAA t^A-^t f^m. ... ... .11 . that it it reasonahle to love God, and despiHr'"'S as we know either. "*'>tfc^ That character in conversation, which comm I for agreeable, is ma.le up of civility and filMJ!!l^'*^' A short and certain way to obtain ,he dm-.>Z]j sonahle and wise man, is, whenever any one tell *^l opinion, to comply with it. >•*• ^j Some people are commended for a "iddy kin J humour, uhich is as much a virtue as^lrunk..,.. N 1 hose p.cple only will con.stantly trouhle vou ^i I my little othces for them, wlw least deserve youjjl^ We are sometimes apt to wonder to see fW proud, who have done the meanest things • wla-r ^ sciousness of having done p,H>r things, '„J ^X' hearing ot them, olten make the composition werT '^ is wors. and more terril-le than a I. I lie guarded. "".• '7'')4; and on ilie 8th August, 17fM, the cause resfM'Cting tlie marriage was finally . .... „, „,,; deienmned ,n the Arclies Court, Doctor's Cmmums. wIk-u pincl.mgly cold. L 7,"" Wynne delivered tlie judgment ol iIk^ ( ourt thai the said marriage wm utterly null and void ; and also declan-jl that a fi.rmer marriag.-, pretinded to have been had at Rome was also, by thr law of this Country, invalid nd illegMl, Lady Augusta as is well known, died a short He west as to ei^able men to read in tin. stieets; nor did th.s luminous appeal ance seem at all articted by the clouded state of the heavens. The evenings, he adds, were Mannrrs and Customs.^The followi„g „,Id paragraph is from a late number of the Hr.ghton Gazette :— The (iueen and the Princess I^,uise bathed in the sea on her dni.l^a.'.;,:. "; "."i.' "^fj*"'^ exprewsed m the warmest terms which she t!'7 '. **! •'"*"''*" "re^ n ver hHore reached the length to which it proceeded on Toe. •istancff on the oart of ih.I..i..,..— .1 k... ... /W/o/ Har$mt.^An Fn^l.^h paper, in alluding to the f^ll o( \\itfarous Suwarrow and odi^r Kns•M. General. .. ,lu, „.. Warsaw w.s dHended hy more Ihsn o„. hu.Hlrr,! j„ of cauMon d.s,H,.M| upon .i.1 hiuerirs. in."•>n .uvrrHe,Jm aah. h,u\ the Polwh toijiid -1 lhc.lelP,fahN.S..warrow. who from his hahuual cruelty was fhl^oln riI.'li"T/'''' '•"""""-' -"WO hour. lon;er; and P.Z •"* •" "H,n on the follow,..|. .Iay.-h. .hoil.and P0I.S w„r compute,! to kave been .lam in ihe a„ault ; the Wder,ned or d.nper^ed The c,.,.en. were eoiJ^IWIlo lay down the.r arrns ; ami the.r houses phinderen 2^.1, r^ Russians, who. after the battle h'd .eased •'rlj tii hours, about o'clock at night, set tire to the own. and again began to mus.acre the inhabitants. thouMiHl pwsons, unarmed men. defenreless woe„, and h.rmWss mtants, perished either in the flame, or by the sword •nd neiulv Ike whole of the suburb was reduced to ashes I, . I 4L•"•"•" '^-wuiru 10 asnes. in """' ^-mc noioriety. V> e l>elieve Jfkn na** #. l,^.,-. 1 TV Author 0/ a p. Q.-S„me .pecul.ttion has been inZuei '"'"? ";-^'"'^''/!'" '"'"^"' 'hese.. Liberty breathing n pIrTs wh K ". "" ^T''^'""'"' *-<"•"". or Irishman n raris. who has been outlawed, and who has .ip.nt the last JZZ.u ^•V^*'^:'^"<' '^ho must keep concealed, to presenre he credit ol hi. Letters I If there is nsu^ an onel halt K"l-h-han French. Dr. Greenf.ehl Jf exSed d^ mtary o, Church, or .^tate. he w.ll be found t.T the ai.Zr un..!^ol II '"='" "'^ ''n'"Hm unblemished, and tame Ib-t excited notoriety. We elieve •• i^nius" m have l>eeu An hcape/rtm Knighthood.— On Tuesday, the Deputatioo beaded hy <|r. W.lluon Kwart. M. P.. atte.uled thrS I^vee, and prijnted the UverjM^ol Address to Hi. Maje.7y who was pleased to receive it rost graciously ^' A lauMbabUm.rtsk. had oearl, taken pl.ce „ thi. occsion A. m,. Lwart. knelt to present the A.hlres,. the King .ei,ed Kn.hthinted by the House ofC,ri^ i c onscpie nce of the Ks of the Hothsay Casii., toTke !!tLrTTfr*T '*"'*"''"* calamities by steam naviftJn, tnd lie best means of guarding against tk'ir rL I currence. Phis committer are.said to hafe j>aMi t^ „|^ Jhb,..nt attentioa to the suhject, having had fLqueiu nitiiMf*. •so o rn^*;: •uttng^imc important ex,K.rinK,nt,. It i, L,^,,, „,^ iK>lw.lh.Un*t.. It often hapj>ens that those are the best people, Hn^v characters baybeen most inpired by ^lal,den;.l.. usually hnentim, wl„|,. others only end w after disap|M.inimefli. Tlie L'r'Mfrst things and the most praiMwortliy thif' be done lor the public .joml, are not what require JT^ From the Charkslon Ctmrier. Shadow of % A^.— General Lamarq.M^, in adverting otkconduct of France toward, Belgium, said, a .hort m the French ChamlK-r of |),.pnties, that F raoft, had (speaking of Belgi,.m) a -shadow of a kincoom— a shadow of a Lino** ii... -..-j .1 / • 1 •-.-.., • ,,\,% jraii,^ minutisi particles, without ever comprebendinc the ik"*. comparintr tiMj parts or seeing all at >nce the hamionv. A kint' may be a tm>l, a thine of straw ; but if lie*"** to Iriuhten our enemies, ami sicun4.ur pr..|Mriv, iti^ enough ; a scarecrow is a tliiiii' of straw, but it iiroiect^ I..5 r Vr^—l>""">: ** io"sMm a Tui.le of Mln.r.l„,.r> dHn,.„,i„„.lriltol ashore on .Ik. Fla„ „, j."w.„( Mr.l{,cl,ar,l L. m,s.. Tl.i; Turilo " in^TJ.a.ely por-h.^d by Mr. Scu.ld.r, proprio.ur TZ \ >—• Hiiv" v.!l!'L •M"'l.''"^':':'''!!'-''. '" .'•" .-^!l'l-l>n>.n. "I. "'-" ". fx-er, I l„,e know,, „„ ^rcm „,..,i.,.er,.o..H "live v.-Hrilav I,. l ; T . •M^">lMin.,nl ". "" "(">• or, i Have known no cna. ni .he c'el.^ a,.M^ n.M T L ^ •"'" ''^•''"" "•"" ^ "*""* ""'' I'""'''-'':P'C.TV .h.„, fn.n, a h.,„.lr.. IIP*: If iiorauo I tiftle taken severa vn^r-..> :.. w._ j. mon^ .. j _7 . . . he celebrated I ortle taken several years aeo in Sandy II|H>k Bay, winch is still exhibited at the samtn.i.s^.u m This u literally a ^ca/ curiosity.-X Y. M,r. Adv % Unnumrnis u, Kdtnhurgh.-^Thvu. aw lio le.s than ot p,o. ihriH^^ public monuments in process of er^tion in iIm,1 i ^ ,™, ...... hooom , tropoli, of Scx.tland. One to Dueald Stewa,, one To 1 "**' "'*" '*'"" ^'"C or and bred. mon roLMieries ; and wkn tky become lad, it ise*"*^'' more Iron, the necessity of their situation, than ir>* natural bent to evil. Whatever may k said against a premier or sole !••" t^ the evd of such a one, in an absolute irovernnMiH."** not be ereat ; for it is possible, that almovt any niinis*'*'.' er.aiid wkn Itcgoes out. ( ^It ISnl'^in t^mm <^ iiEORiiti Bll.l.$l, Eililor. SAHRDAY, DDtKIIBKR a4, 1831. VOL. l—.Ko. ULVI, rilt: BAIUMV AKGt.'i. Pt/BI.IHHKr) HEMt-WKKKLY IN NA88AU, S. r. aiplit BoUars per ftanma— Zb advaBce. POETP.T. THE MAiUKNS PIIAYFR. Hhe rose from her delicious sleep. .And put away her soft kywii hair,' And in a tone as low and deep As love's first whisper, breathed n prayer ; Her snow-white hands to;^elher pressed, H^r blue eyes sheltered in the lid, The foldeiJ linen on her breast Ju-.t swelling; with the charms it hid ; And Iron, her long and flowing tiress Escaped a bare and snowy fool, Wbosetiep upon the earth did press, lake a new snow tlake, white and mute, And then from slumber soft and warm. Like a younji spirit fresh from heaven, i?h* bowed that vlightand matchless form, Anii humbly prayed to be forgiven. O < jod. if souls unsuiled as these Need ilaily mercy from thy throne ; If she. upon her bended knees. Our loveliest and purest one ; She, with a f:ice ho ch ar and bright, \ye deem her some stray chihl of light ; If she. with those solt eyes in tears, Day alter day. in her yo'unjj years, Must kneel and pray tor grace Irom Thee, What. tar. far deeper need have tpe / IImw \iardly. if shr win not heaven, Wi*^. our wild errors be forgiven I A DAUGHTKR S PRAVFU. WdUfn hy ofu uf thf mnst distint^uhhed aulhe wiser than his father! where • man get his wisdom from, hut from his father ? and fither cannot i^ive him more than he has got to give. ^4ear ah dear! I remember the time when the parish twidle JK a man of some cons'quence, when a lord was ihmtf to be stared at and a sight lo l>e talked aliout—and Jr ^'"? '—Why no man in his senses ever th.Might of ^ Kiog, but with the profoundest respect. Every day w dinner as soon as my father had said grace, lie inured 2* bumper of port and drank • Church and King.' It •• • s heart eooered with llf>fa ul. ...... • ....:'' g, , y.....^.. ... c,f,i:ino.s, ^icpfierea witn J"• ts, ,ho n lip in novel,, robbed of their b<,roughs, | U^reatened with annihilation. People call that the ^ of ,ntellect-l call it tl.e march of insolence. Ikfi mu '''* >^\v, all the books we had in the house were ^^oand I'rayer Book and tin. Co.irt Calendar: the ferliter!,?"""".'"^ '^ '*'•'-•''" '""^ ^'' ^^'^ "^ p^ditics: as ^.nriT' t^ ^''^^"' ^''^ *'^ '' is only the •^^..s inr \ '^ ^"'''* "i^''*'' ^"^"' "•' f>"'ting ^r, i,^^'' ^''"! '" '^^ ^^'^^^ '•^'n^ hy innovation ; and *^ heav..nrr "* '''^'^"'-ld iVrr from innovation, neither *tteunr.r'T*'"''^^"*' '*'"^^'h, nor tk wafers "^ ''Hh balloons .' Wh., ^,.,,>d can Hhv get there ? i tkjf VV hat do they go there for, but merely to come down and perhapsbreak their necks ? They would be much safer on dry ground. — Our ancestors used to be content with tlie sun, and moon, and stars, and four or five planets, now forsooth the impertinent ones must be |)oking their telescofMs op to the fcky and discovering new planets almost every night, as if we had not got as many planets already as we could do with. Steam Fngine.s — I do not think we should ever have licanl a word about Parliamentary Reform, if it liad not been for steam engines. 1 hope Mr. Colhurn will not have his magazine with this article printed with a steam press, for if he dtxjs, I shall not dure lo read it for fear of being blown up. What did we want with steam engines ? Did we not beat the French without steam engines ? To be sure we did. I hate innovatioiak I should just like to know what is tobeciMiie of ail the Iwickney coach-horses if we are to have attain carriages. Tlie poor beasts look half starved as it is; tliey will lie ten times worM> if lliey are turned out to make room for steam engines : and what shall we do for dog's meat if there are no horses to cut up? 'I hen we must have Macadamized roads too our ancestors did very well without Macadamixed roads. Tkry took their lime in travelling from one place to another and if they happened to be too late for the stage, they had nothing to do but run after it and catch it. Let them try lo do so now. Buildings too diil ever any mortal sec such an over grtiwn place as London is now I There is not a dirty ditch within five miles of London that has not got some Paradise Row, or MMint Pleasant, of Piospect Place stuck into it. Why can't the citizens |ve in the city as they used to do, and stick to llicir shops ? There is no such place as the country now, it it all ooine to London. And what sort of houses do they build ?— Look at them— a bundle of raatclMs (or the timben and a basket of bricks for the walls. Kail-roads — .V pretty contrivntce, forsooth to pick tlie pockets of the gootl old waggon hor-,, and tin) regular legitimate coach li.rses that had itooool were quite near enoutd, without tlic assistance of a rail-road, and if the building mania goes on much longer there will lie no need of a road from one to the other, for they will both join, and the |H.'ople may be in both pla< es at once. PcHiple are talking now of rail-roads sujiersedinn canals, tlie gK)d old canals, half of which are already three(piarters full of duck weed and dead cats. What did the Wellincton ministry mean bv of>ening lieer shona t Why could not they let the u'ood old gin shops and stick lo the regular hgitimate public houses? Our ancestors could gel as drunk as lilhirt could wish at the genuin; licens<'ositively no room for any more. There was nothiui; like the numlier of children to be Been about the streets, when I was a bov, as tliere is now. I have sometiiixis half a mind to ask those hthlierly boys tliat I see about tlie streets, what riehl they had to be born ; but perhaps they would make me some im|>ertinent answer, for tliey swagger about as if tlM?y thought that ibev had as goov buys a pair of corks one day, tliere is .sure to Ije a hardfrost next mornins. — Tliere is nothine hot wet weather all througl, the winter, and no dry weather all throutjh the snninvr. Formerly we ustid to have an eclipse or two in the conrv of the year, and wo used to look at it through smokelaa?s, but ai^ht and morning have. Wkti u.seod enouj^di foi our ancestors, and 1 think ibey might have done for us ; but anything for innovation ? nnust confess I liktMl to tee the g>od old greasy lamp-lighters and tlK'ir nice flaming torches, they were fifty timet lietier than ihe modern gas-light men wiili llieir little baud lamps like so many (iuy Fawket. And what harm have the poor old watchmen done I wonder, that they must be dismissetl to make room for a set of new })olice men and blue coats T The regular old legitimate watchmen were the proper and constitutional delendersof the streots, just as regular as the King it tlie defender of tlie faith, and a more harmless set of men than the watchmen never existed ; they would not hurt a fly. Things went on well enough when tln^y had the care of the streets. But innovations are not confined to Und ; they have oven encroachtjd upon the water. Were not London, BlacktViars, and Westminster bridges quite enough in all conscience? What occasion was there for Waterloo bridge, a great overgrown granite monster that cost ten times more than it is worth f And wliat occasion for Southwark bridge and Vauxliall bridge? Our ancestor* coidd go to Vdiixhall over Westminiter or Biackfriarv bridge. But of all of tlie abominable innovations none ever equalled the impudence of New London bridge. It was not at all wante.l. I Iwve U^en over tlie old one hue* dreds and hundreds of lines. It is a good old biidgethat hn* fttood tlie test of ages, and it ought to have been irvM ed with respect for very anti4{uity*s sake. As for people being drowned in going under the bridge, nonsense I thtr W(nild never have been drowned if tiny liad done as I did — I always made a |M>int of never going under it: and. besides, if people aie to be drowned, iIk-v will be drown* ed elt!where, if iliey are not drowned here. Talk of innovations, what can be a more outrageous innovation than stenni-boats ? they have frightened tlie fish out of the river already, non, or else what is the use of the wind ?' And if we have nothing hut steam-lioats, what will In-'come of tl>e sail, makers ? People in these revolutionary times care nothing about vested inleretU. I hale innovation. I hate cv^" ry thing that is new. I hate new shoe*, they pinch my feet ; I hate new hats, they pinch my fbrehead ; I hate new coals, tliey put me in mind of tailors' bilU. I hale every thini; new, except the New Monthly Maf^siee, and I sliali liatc thai if the Fditor rejects my anicle. A.VTI-lMNOVATOn. The Brevet. — Lord Orey refuses to concede to the veteran ofTir.'rs of both services the promotion which they reasonably exf)ected at the Coionation ; and at the saaw moment— on the vt^ry sanN* day — in derision of ihei, Jta appointment, and scofliini; at their lervices, causes his son wlio was scarcely born when their heroic exertions brought the war lo a ghirioiu and siicctMuifui issue, a boy who hat served just two years as LieuU'oant, and who never could, hy any possibility, have st-en a shot fired in anger, to be proiitoted to tlie rank of (.'ommand^^r in the Navy, and appointed to iImRaleigh, a fine sloop-of-war, in the Mediterranean : from which ship Captain Hawkins is promoted to Post rank, in order to make ros, that fhere were in China wells sunk to the drpih t^ .I.OOO f^t in a mass of entire rock, with instrusn^nrs worked by cords, he conceived the i<|ea of construrtinf machines capable of pif rrinz an* kind of smI. A well wa nunk in Bel gium. half a league from Marienhoarg. in a bed com(M>ed of an inrlined rock of jtkyllnd^, intermingled with lT[e pebbles of aruillaceotis silex. who h rapidly desin.yed th edge of rhn best tem|>>re4l b4rers The instruments, boweyei, being kept in play by a rapid perrnssion, penerrsled readily mm the roek, and in spite if the inqM?rferti4n of the first lmls, and the uo • skdlulness of the workmen, he arrived much WHire quickly than by the onlinnry nieihnd lo a defHh of Tj fret. The comparison with the rfonrmm meib'