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The Bahama argus

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

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 16, 1831)-
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: vol. 5, no. 47 (Dec. 26, 1835)

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University of Florida
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. ATDWRAT. JANUARY 1, 1933.


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MOEY gLANHINGi *
A cAMusr s4 mB.
Minute. dust h-eman "I k i.
shlome k p* i
L Igwhole House of th Oey,

6.I NyMK-yem I lid m the dt, t
i lelm me i.~d sleear; h
pilan sad ed r das grat eminaweal,
p, Fibr h.d a y.
Sl eick. thi VYmaent. whom siitemanship I
abthe f tre Pnrder. Icoamt,
ibe. tho "' br f b trqib,


s n yam mwee. I swe
be mibe. th 6" the Commendwiwbch
a se amoy ha Hunred yr.
ibs m m ar wih Freddy, theo' lag he's been redy.
b2m Admiri ag. Vice or Bar:
ileM digded-walyf. ad eM aegh plealy)
'hrs Five fi d Hmd ye .
Swrtrinvea hLea-m-sme thick he M af is-
Gnsei I have managed to str ;
SNavy Hourd I hae lodged him. a Lord,
Only Twilv Hundred a yer.
gcamin. Tr. hem eaosnted os mr
Gapto ie me npliant sphere,.
stakes rig b Is* iip-s bare.
aplury Twelve Hldrd a year.
S arrw. my bmrolher-heren not such ullcher.
fwllrald Mrhil's baln. I rwea--
fho g y i *ni rf.,me-'tisr national shame--
u mom than a TlIdb.Dnd year. ,
iMwlNe it i tre gt, esi gli for the mwo.
ei ths be'i a Chuichmn assemm
IsI IRea m Dms-(i a Be- camn e sern)
I theyIr y'm are wort FivThe sd a year.
t10Si8r eriM Admer-tmlear NaMtdy' lempem-
h tokmw mor Cemnempt lor my=e.
Wbet sn-'tIm uch spon-g Kmsg Li 'Is Cowt--
'TI am Tm or Twelr Thmesad a yrea.
rle bhese.imw baby. N Nd Efie. th gaby,
IW c pinm mad fr py pmermv
J T-mmy tc-i a p .aid ee.-
timl Tkoamd Fi Hudnd a yar.
kM bnhrolk-hPw, P--mb. nad fa tk MsM.
hp Eg|p hi adT wd eu I




hom Kifosh, sha he 'd kom Nis fietyv.
1Lese Ve D una Bl f e ausce.
D as-im mries hes rnm.
isl meW ad ie- o.
Im ThIty Twheosed as bll
k fI t Duealm-he Devil wa'I *ir him,
. each Cainea chga sil l weer :
qe L hi Stal hi -wane p-d th.u im aighbm.
e11 dly eTwe Thoemd a year.
'ias 'Matyhen Douca-n cdlma cly to 8am,
ad netre sotlen, gea" He !"
61-iom thi Wood, ed the Forena. e brods,
s o'er Thi Toheasd a yar.
dsmhy. te-Fwl's oe of -- a.
lmiecoaY prodigiously derw!
-dim in atle, over MsIt' ret isle.
s sty oes Thsmud a yew.

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THE CHOLE 4A MORBUL

Sl i or f wt y h c a ed itd Tiiav of th
lea.ls 8l a t i 1is irms appeared mr
Calcue, bae mopst m i, a curious and taare
W Asdy, eve io p mti n l me. as an ya i
G to o tuis- of Hatillai, trnavdlli. i too
bes,u wbh m he m ranpiy, accasdi scii to M .
mm ; i arridat Bmbayr 4 Augm, 1aI, ad t
madr la IOaobi of ib sme yar. AAhrwar, pa
Smi henoer seoward ihe uLh, m arinvd Coes ia
w18 ; d li dI mie ad ti two d ing yap k
puad di rogh Eatern As, aud dni hhbids sd
aedi Occmn.-Its irt eap towards Elp. wai amO-
S lase M from Beagal to Musc, whbo is mppeard i
1, wkh ch virulence, that, as Mr. KeamedyA sta,
be lvi did not trouble temselvs to bury the ded, ut,
ewing I bodiesp i a mi, they tbu d them idri
Sthe habbour. From Mumcas it neved to Per and
Buosn ; ad froa the h .er city directed im ceame o-
wardn Syri, where il arrived in Its, and dia smim to
bhroen Europe. However, by one of ith iacompe.
emsible change common wihthe clre, its ward
course there mopped; it dimappmrd completely ia Tur-
ey, whrbe o precauos hd been take to pnna i
propplMotbl wLil it struck ain motberdirectloa tward
dim north; nid, aI ravaging or ,onse vYn Perma ed
Ih. Ruuas territ-rim outh of tie Cuas, it cuied
haoM maintains in 1830, nd appeared in Astrcan, aad
the aeighbouring provincns, where, for seven years, they
had takes the most anxious primmn to prevent it. ap-
prom. From Astraca its pred Dthouh Rusa, fellow.
ing, with asnloii rapldity, the cose of Ibe Volp ;
and, after rvaging Polad, Amrl, sad Pnmi, it
now appeared on the cost of the Germa Ocean, thmrt.
enimng central and southern Euro .-Tbe subsequent facts,
which are derived frosi the registry of the Berlin police,
throw an important light on thm uesion of it cof li
otunas of this malady. During he ruonth of .Sepember
it attacked 893 perons, of wl om 125 were auended in dh
lludpials ; die remainder, 761, eMing conbsed within dleir
own homes. On careful enquiry i appears, that the
lumber of houses wa 409; and ltli in 973 of thbe, moa
individual only was attacked. In tle remaining 136 bu-
ies; them were, consequently, 620 cases of cholera, or
between 4 and ive personsin each buoume aacked. It is
lurtnier to be ulbserved, tha, accoa&,g tu an accurate enu-
neratlin, ithe 40J Ihouuwe were inhabited by 4,2tU fa-
.iilion ; and, auuiniing icl o' these lst to coonai of four
prrwu a, die tosul nuilbur of individvalm broughli into di-
rect contact with the diuea wasu IlOO. Eves in thi
crowded population, scarcely more thae nee pmsem ia ighI-
een was attacked-We may add, tat Dr. GUrefe, oe ol
be leading practntione of Berlin, airm, d the daily
u of quinine i, within his experiron, a very elecau
preervative against iafoction. Tli. medicamet ha ba
een umd in Huland, and with success, to arret id rn-
vaFs of the intermitent fevers so comics in tat com-
try.
The handbill which have been soextnsivly circala d
by ih prih authorities througbheul tbs matrpolis ncea
meslnag all penro l to provaidt them e withk piri a
wise and camphor, mastd aod limed powder, sal rol.
its, ald th emntial sib of poppermial, doves, ad cai
pus, hl bad ti effect of creating mu gre i desiad ai
le unidles, theat asy of thbm have a s rmin iM pri
peruard o 10) per cuatnL d edr am c dy pom
mdbi at ll Coajrp oil ha rme froe a I pm r oa eu
9 i Fm la lrdmeLsvepou;l edto Lcu rumsd
rois tshpal foneit (rom i iafecmed plaes adc sc
tlum fra Ep lum lh It is wih dilakuly they a h
mC le d to ablu tha o e wim t s ldmoes to o
ombWtef r mr. On maufcis hydm, 8se a
Fio bo, hi owby o in Corder fk ton o dip
OemAty. We hlr trt durn C lr pn o Satr ci
tie crdidity of John BuH will wJy Iaped JA
abcanit is SPr ma mi, iihoo, di bys a lag pe
card t li door, aililg a mu prevemti of il Cl.
ler i to amhu dohcco thea gh as eAier tsu, whld
may be lad withmin"-- d wic he tsam AD Anti
Cllere tobs!" Anothl of tn fralnrsw y hs adveni
" Cbler Norboa Cii to prevent4he pomsiilk of im
fection," while wotey in Clamprdne sanounes fir a
-" AMti-Cboern Morbus Clig!" O Saturdsy a fel
w managed to pick np no a N qeuas y a ppmn
8,t Paul Chwrcl-yard, by vendis C= ai Me
Bel'-ye !" As in Chole Cr u," (im weil
km Abrcadabra") they orm at pIntlM as Mack
barb.
A Cowt o Common Coaeil -as he o Td
rG in Lond. a whIch it urn ppoqht ii =
i Board al d Hoshh, rehsiie t o h chi ~r
dbmldbirefnodltoaspeciI am ami h mrLtd
prormladioaa m ybdhe ptd by ls ,dot <
dhmjn y avert sh idroduca ofdtdle duldt diEL-
A Pbe inmsg for i similar p -pas v hld at rij
ton ,n Monday last.
Several addition naval oo m are poand to tb
Cod Guard Service a .ent, E e m dmflk, or It
pporm sor iding im the pevrtlo oilf EbE mark
beis iarrodced from the continent coo.
The treatment recommended by the Bod or HAJ
within the man mof ever; funily ; aHl that retired Ii
ig, dot they mhmld previdle dhmslTves with de foflowri


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rm ummam -rluwmtas wr. waw mpow. I
er. 1 -b m md ad Bn d dear. I .me 1aji

Iw cAI nrbg ..y i ws ft *ds the d
l N lri wnihl mylb pAi pmdmt fa I
Mr-(sesWlis oMiulhl rumedhe, I|M U _

od Dd hib hb I m armblillat ILu Ch-
hl, ud BdHL

RANCEL
The Fraceh Irnsames i ppil dA s swim r los
abaldommm.l A Alrm, If ms rIhI swlsmmh lma
dth Dy aud hi u4 ermmt I h oimetry.
The Fiead papm'brih4g I menlIm ofe dab i
pin thngrp o 0 500000 Ih e ir d net ofhem fo
eig n rfuig. A thi .mo tio opm-d dh wci qs
at dthe oect of dh Frea govermmat tos Ldm
amd Ialian patio, it was warmly cmmtesod Ia tbhe Ch
bar. The discsin murmisd is te adopti s th
grant.
Invmdraea in L Vendu.-The sta of thee dpMrt-
ms ash of lat glven grpm mm-ds to thi Femeh
Gomrmema. The coma ripts r to Jol thr>erfy,
and Srm themmlo leto bands to dbmlb d pIbi pem.
Tboegh they camnet commence di war, or oppom e-
gI, stoor th e e ld, dry prme( u etjoyrt i er
vil mmKihJ. and sUmck i deail ne ar a gans mm rf
the Kig's forces. They scour Ihd commhry in bred dr.
and fed the autboritiem use put duhn diw, skmugh
backed by a army of 40,00 me. Fear mad conserma-
tias every here vil. Boe of tis public fameeoa-
arimesbV m nd, a-nd othnn o a pas i od ddlg-
The asrocides of these bmditiarm dcribedm s m ri-
b.eia a i he time of the bt mreteldea.
BELGIUM AND HOLLAND.
STbh Eglih aqundrm under Rmr-Admlran Ware
sailed on Sunda from die Demu fr d tbiAdt
The Brsrme papers of yerday w te that ea-
tier Protocol of the Confernce had reached Im city, ud
the llkowlmle i given au smmMary of its coenlm:-
Sir Charles Bagul, Eaglid Minitr at the Hag., Lav-
ing writt o hisl government dat i g Willi seemed
diposed to refuse tie 24th rice, Lord Palmerate hlad
thouht it neceasry to convoke the Conflerec, to ae-
municate to It thebe despatdes of Sir Charles Bag*.-
The Conference. delibrating Io this commnamsib,
thought i advisable to invite Great Bfiuti lo med uqd-
run to Ihu cuut of Ilulnud, to support ie rastiom
uaken bytll Five Powers. Lord Plmngm... i di
name or Great Britin, prosi to eauc o the rmslution
of the Conferecm."
r The disscuo in the Belgium Chamer. e the sdJ
or the protocaib was cinged dtShgh Thmaida and Fe-
Sday, to a lots hea Mamdy, gwhaoaa dvbim, is
w io le wroj t w u dop ed by a m jao ity of thiir y ae .
M .h of id eg g Bslhm overasmet u d the gt
ilbtu so the propoalmo of ds Conmes,. my
tdimsofoe sw e loed mpm m las amd luo.
Acioumu from Brumsb m, du l dl prpartlo far
war, mn ih pan of (i DuD m afl mmlmd. Silme
r Dutch tp o ar m te rived nat lb, mad the gt.
Srilson od ri"e bUmifets a htil dpoisis. A
geend movematl ei vible ag lo wbe of t Dica
lime. During idb am of Ga erm i Ond at Blu
from du Frmnc bmd-qm.is day t s ky pru
a m demIti i Mado C M, mould tk be a M =Y
r m=me cowlr Ww mvl t Ins it r e cgal r-
dea to adrvau.
We lam anissd Dmc plmn In m dsb. They m-
. d-s Meoot pemedy rmmceivd afm albo q--umm
( do thesitaio obs, KiiMf Holkd to dolep 6. i.-
O caL Hi Duct Njoisy. Ihk innem i to th-
SCon (or M w" Jtey itmmi, bt -
eid wiLdh i award ll y l n em M. He rqibuas -
mplcM p om f sm a g nt po s, us i wilng ao-
serve e rmrlkce i Belgium. Tb dey is pUinly
- le obje wb he ia vr and theimr tae ar m s da
. opsm widchi berub=fr livoe raaAisn do
Sh treaty.
d AUSTRIA.
The Aulic council of wra gu Ited sis motas' lave
Sof shmence to 15,000 mIs* tih bhfaery of te lime, ea
cootion dor they Mv l mmouR is crNMt Iedimn
Sto joi their rgimem.t Thi memA ha isgmrm-d
m am taf d ids tIJ a favmmab lai sa m
S'Cbomoa.
GREECE.
y The bickdring b1mtwm Cost Cape d'Itri, bh Pre-
f dmt ft Orfece, and his object, h isd ta cdb-
. ambfeolr bfoh. t The Gr Gikni A dle orsyd its
IwhId of do ma of dthmew 8ut, ogmuly r wis-
off herrvptg baim pimseds toa



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We on a gamf kdMia n eaugh ien pt eadie l
llt d opew ,pd, nml sa mt. Aougl te per-

be m his pamm= m, boww o
ad that hawo Lud have hi.
iZY higi f lr a U eean, but appease to hav
bee s- emai kpr li b im i cuoiasumsat. twie
amw eriy lthag of bri him to mal. Ma.o-
*ickli' fkind were y .smpemd. a rd ad
many efrte to obia hims lirati in a regular way, hbM
Uwhim camm. L two ma rlesivon theror, in-
s olvd ao veep his wrmg by ridding Greece ofa nm
wi sway had phmrGreece eaaly i the im comdi-
tin u las hea hawsidr tbedespotlea th TuTur4 a-
ceh. lOnu e raina of the 9th alt.,tblPrueidentcapo
d'4Irla wua going to church, Coimtaoline and Go
Mvroeichln, who had been wailing for him mer W
culcd, atakeod hir, thde om hlg a pistol at hi had
mldth otaher*sablin bn iwih a dpaer. Capo d'IriZ
fel dmd apmn he sl CommerI m temdioy
kali by th Prmiden(s grd.a but (i mo ca d ad
oau ipl dir bo Oaf the Frmih CoMul. *Wh dI-
cd d bemould oily give him up into the hands oa the
sbletacy, whet a daumd was mde In the regular wy.
As m ooa t act becam known, the Seate assembled,
id -pI-d a coweo to carry oM the Govneroneat
uaall t im rig th National Assembly, which ws
&lim t be be c nk. '


TI! ARGUS.


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SATV-DAW. AJAIUARY I W9.

S W wre truly dis6aed by the general character of
dri who wood on dt idle of Momn. Bller, Kerr,
lihobdma nd Nepbhen,at ymeIlurdy'. -poll-h veriest
dreg of a d lb ow k an d werthle, recklesly coming
"r and m adrng to any thing and every thing re-
quired of doem. We hav often heard of punishment of
a(moria to uamrdnr, iheaf and tr a m ; and we hope,
Iot shold itherbe Bay groends for suposng renaeis on
ksh part of my rndidbae, or candidates, that the proper
sep will betaken to push both principals and parties.
We reng(, thie the very lows hour which the Scrutiny is
lkld, wll dehr us of the chawe of givion full infonua-
thi relative to thn rejecteml vots, in this unlher, hut it
shal t be wrkthekl in our noul. From general opinion,
we udestnd that upwarnl of thirty voten on ie side of
t gmolsmn above aimed will unl artainly bh de-
q"^%,A II I
To. bow low n ebb wase them magmalmou patriot
eduted, whn they nedesuceded to use such eonoeible
and wer qualiedlools: acrcely a vote of respcability hd
S they to b6oni diaierndu while Mews. Monuta, Sor,
Taylor and Weed. have aon mA ia w o h how de shadow
f admblt. W* have irdbe tl,dtheyv u td aIthe


VYal of wr io past on the ulh shime. U. AM.hoeer
Kogayo, Ieul. HRokho Commiedr. O that day, we
pemrei ed by a et muoiel" ikbele i the ls Royal Ga-
sotta. (haleis.e. w sappi.) a iplhaddl di m wm give by
the ges - o f hn lhjt rfr ro sel, m al Lelt. Hookey.
dair C -em l- maih at aism e am h,. we hs .imdtlt,
M l. II Jil m. -d ihh tly gri toh ma.
Wa m m- p rI maim, ,, or Moe. lewiln
a plo W haim of tNh iseh1trat isrspeu Sa
almamw .-We md the agd em othd oaggns
omew .mJd -t tae pemees of tse csumiaeomd Neal
Odm es me ass a o whs m A ar was given,
m4 the adr M psonemI a, hbalpiy. and w commimsioed
MulRUy gUAbm. Wav -mt ya harmed d. embe.r of
civilim p-rat aI ne al oa party.

As it appa to be ahalimabl, s toot Ui Excellency
isn lwt pdle bly, we m Ia rmed dht at a defjme a.
li- .eriftr, gi. by thi fer a raepetea mdi
don u neno mim db iaw of Na so di elidcmr that
b kl ibg sam m dreak with ImboMud applm --
KI Willn the foebth God biem him
m& C. 8myth Oad -a him,
with bwe-li few.

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Rten BRary, Cd. V.
QM-n Har, H. K.
Johnry Bremyu C'd. V.
lobe Im,.., C'd. V.
Lwi Fesk, H. K.
WAI- Hnrmm, C'd. V
Idme Brideir, CM. V.
Iot Jam Forba, H. L
Btin Whistead, C' LV.
Wioia Clamn, Cd. V.
Robet Bkler, F. H.
John Hepburn, H.
IAwL, Ken, H. K.
Jobe Armtrong, C'd. V.
Thoan Tinker, C'd V.
Roen WIer, F. iH
Cowed Duncoe, F. H.
Edald J. T. Buder, F. I.
John Pladr. F. H.
William Horon, Jua. C'd. V.
Abeader M'Laod, H. K.
Willm E. Suonders, F. H.
Benjamin J. Lihboai, F. H.
Cherl Longley, C'd. V.
CiarisR R. N HmMit, f. L
Jaw Camplejohn, r. It.
lobh Anderson, H. K.
John Perpll, H. K.
Thomas M. Well, F. I.
Thbei. Turnbull, H.K.
Henry Baldwi, F. H..
Ben ain 8. Lighthoran, F. H.
Wini R. B Sands, F. .
Janme W. FIrrington, H. K.
John Hopper, F. H.
Rohbe W. Sawyer, F. H.
William 1. P. Johnson, F. H.
John T. Wier, H. K.
Edward Morley. C'd. V,
Chrles Hain, C'd. V.
William J. W ech, F. H.
David Spence, F. H.
Thomas Hopper, C'l. V.
Stephen Dille, C'd V.
Jonah T. Perkins, H. I
Ilichlur C('usan1,H. K.
IPter Johnson, C'd. V.
iGrdinlr Baker, F. H.
William H. Fulford, H. K.
Abraham Gardiner, C'd. V.
Jobs Sherry, H. K.
Willim 8vmmonett, H. K.
Wiher Lihlhourn, F. H.
John B.unders, F. H.
Joneph Kmp, F. H.
Joseph Carry, H. K.
Henry K. Kempn, H. K.'
Rober I)uncene, F. H.j
BeRjamin C. Chilon,
Wilme G. Fulord, F. H.
Clement Hdson, H. K.
ThimaiLeagley, F. H.
George Oume, H. K.
James Maklcm, F. H.
William Wam, F. H,
Wilem Farriang F. H.
Freeman Toane, F. R.
JIame 'N la o, d.V.
a"nd Llrribot, F. H.
Amed Brhk, F. H.
Hoi Adilldvby, F. B.
Copabmi A W mR. Fme F. H.
Thom Neek, r. .
Gere T. Weiar, F. H.
Adam Bod, C'd. V.
John F. TliamDon, H. K.
John Widgos, F. H. '
Frna e Moodn, F. H.
Rober Taylor, F. If.
Edwann P. Larda, C'd. V.
Peter D. Smith, C'd. V.
Freemen Johoas, H. K.
John P. Deam, C' V.
ammel Ml,1s, C V.
Frederick Fewler, Cd. *V.
Jmph B l, d.C& V.
Jamolwh C d. V.
Jaim Vbrqdamum& C'd. V.
John WBhis, C'd. V.
IA w fl,,, F. H.
Joh-npw, Cd. V.

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lee a in P mets, in l A Omeral
1 A I ogh, peNLy, IM L mta it
1 1 1 1 whose pia P sry,
iemim aiet
1 Ior lthe welfare han ltl
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1 1 1 1 f h ensr emI by tea.'ds
I 1 1 1 rwiletials opWes m tmn tibaai
1 I I a n d p ro v e l s y e g a e d ; m e a i y a


I dI icl comboa. and oe.mor;ad dhi ait
1 sI path for alim tao d le;le, a m nm o upo

1 and xpeMralsf mthmor Aring hderomists
1 1 fthen prIose am ho dyti-f u reos.

1 1 1 wiEbeout usm Mens-taMo iav by wli&




cover Ihtre du aiofl i l ipea, d
1 1 rd wig be, a fim a*e n rmuer





1 1 an e od mea, iine vi me deterlolrm aew
1 1 1 I ove ohmusely tm fl, a legion.
fromiia ooour pieda@ othire dlydlM mfH
1 1 1 estto owntu, tMand or stago
I1 1 1 1 Who ayou doeano know, thhis h




1 1 erp aondt safot motdr age ma d mad
1 1 1 adexpesuof anfotrtD adwbniemiane,






only reminingirean,-m se ppolatea
1 1 1 dLih theaopr hent iyse of thinrp,. ha iled
1 1 1 io euel rtsclake into thee rofi ; l 1i
I I yield,youronly thanks wm he drriaiat ,or f
1 1 1 1 will tem your aeulari-a ep, by c
1 1 1 1 cover h moto tuei bo lien badly .ea, atl
1 1 wi lst, plvotedge obyf a nticsal, from ell
1 1 1 1 n lo impact nl by the oI prmie
I 1 I 1 1 eread mo s Dea p, from oa de ht orhion tl







1111 We ar.,
11 1 euet enoloeta nih ion.







1 1 11 Elec Your obedience i Cnt
I 1 1 1 from our wantof the mas of affording a








1 1 1 1y remain(g EOGE C. ANDRptiS
I II 1 Lile chase of the wily serpe t, you irm fnd |




1 1 11 idio s cloaked i A gui of iNCOt;
I yield, your only thanks will be derision, for




1 1 1 NAermA, yourlh Desomer 11.




Let your mo d bTO THE
I I aNBt Iclt, a pledge of aINAmDEPm ell
1 1 Wretary, or hiN Depuy, ho hodISTRICT OF TIE LA
1 1 period, than to srve e turn of a predosmmt A








1 11 OF EW PROIDECre,
S1 u Gentemuc en,




11 1 1 dded your obedient fr ied
t1 1 1 1 a Eof A Omly. We then ~rIAd N
I 1 I 1 CONRAD DUNCOM.



1 1 1 1 NAMrA, 24th Dreetbe.er t1d p31.




I I I Governor again i camlls e [room; that pteed C
1 1 1 1th, ried, e now be--- s Iii,-

a similr favour, whkh, on A grccndta Pa
pued1 1 1 1 TO THE
1 1 1 I UNBIASSED AND INDEPENDENT Zflit








1 1 Shouorl e termnato ard
I Il1 WESTERN DISTRICT OF THE ISLAND
G I OF NEW FROVIDENCL



1 1 1 1 Wepa n edyou, lsamtl after the d
1 1 1 1 the late House or Assembly. We then cravwd






you bet ians eaIasalm bmlnt. d"l g ik i
1 fgesn, to be re-elected, whoe e'r it weud m*
I Governor spin to cial a now Homes; that pFW 60
I I length, arrived, and we now ha ot c lict,




1I a similar f Jour, whkOH, on a lrisO co
1 1 1 1 pleaded toHENRY s. AIpTL u
1 1 1N Should De tennier 1at, l d1 B1.d
1 1 I pac oDn r WuIWednpdy, Dpclh OIJI ury




1 1 im RANCE.
1 11 T Frenh Pape e War ednesdy. whii mitog
I 1 1 aintaid n, othe inherent oiaddi and privi mn iC
I 1 1 odVrd I e.b o bject aut o i he,
I I I Gentleman,




bolition of th e1 r Youihr obedient m
T1 e1 Trlesn JOHN d OO r.te e
1 1 1 mHENRY G.ir o dABRi





I ovum dw ,fopij ap ,grbe their mlragee ied
I d NAaV, December 31oppt o b1831.
1 1m Ba, iWly ADpatcld, Odeorw




d o pmday s1 1 bI FRANCE. Aory,
1 1 e ision, on the Peerg Bidl. The Mtmisters


1 I L ithreadted i e chief ob thet o attack, in
1 1 lih Htion of Pth e heredi e minority l fr t e Uper
S f eedmir pey Ldes ad rats is is wri e rmebald*
I1 86I orut adM the a tdigd is 41. Aflr heir tku
avow .of theiropiot Pena e should Xdes lad bi;
1 I sdrd inm faior of their opponoI l could me bCel
S1 I 1 adiprodue may smfl result. Accordingly, X.
1 I 1 1 this species of tactia. ad to the alarming condes &
meli t Houe o( Psinrate minority fortime for



S W I m T lesution of the Peen should exist in do cool
1 1 1 1 ad that Ileir number should be omlimitLe. 10 *
S I case thei were ingrafi d no lie th- smm0 d'
S454I 4 6i5O a4 47 proposing dicrenit modes of election intend of d "t






V


-- ~ ~


resismlrl the mean of men.
wGO alm> prpod cha*#ae;"

.# slelic of the bill wa .treaned, had
oadmws, I whr irbaredd a dleff at e from
-710 a "W wmmmm r Itk rlpNd clem d 6r
Sti lrJE persons, to which he Royal hulice should be
;-E- Itr w r man mal a to include nearly
- lbt bi individual to whom the favour of the
w se he J. rsedld. They were accordingly
som liaglet aim ti amt e _wmpos an part
w era- er, aiveda a ctioa of the Deputiea.
hilAd da of die dimm fwr the rejerton of
0 W, aet t, ftlrh ei s qm*), the Minisry
1r the delibelation of do Chamber, a clias
1 iua k b td .se auid by the
The eyeT was Inendoed
0 n thl e I of dthe w itself, a door for
ad -I I o aberios at a fum primd, witmho affect.
S ostime eats uitbu ity an which other part of
Ide pendl fr thair Sility. It ip d., that
W. might he luodii dheelfter by a different legI-
&eam pde nlt-TIhe bjct of the Mimr in
va iii s dmit do bmawdismry riht dh
m Ia a future Session, should tseaplaion of the cooo-
dap.,or silould hits.hltY to heredintry rank be-
igtlklaiati. i emsme ofeveMs. This prudent
was iLete In this ute of motten the Cham-
ha- Tadny to a vote Upeon the whole bill a
d lam diu ducia m f It detail, when there ap
ie e eso of ite paial 086, and against i, only
Tr' ~blmriy was, maedoubT, poped of the tw
pi aanea--ta who objected to she bill, becaeu
denial e senate elected by the paple-and those who
a i, because they jbknwti return to an herediury

I beit warin.ate The project of cplaring tb
mihr f DlrliM a conatitmeat body p4 hoc vie, hae
;, abanhedo .tdwl camquat ly the Pose will be called
so dauids ama t&atu e or rmaider of their own
m und riu. The of them wko, like the Doke
ijimisnma, rpim e Carlim principles, aed pomsan chi-
vlusr, will speak and vote against meoaare,
itnr may caa, which Biust appear to them 'njust
saltioary. Others may jin them front pique nod
a. Cien and if thuIs majority be formed to reject
lhn, dilsob wil take op the ca i of the deputies, and
Madkaide what revolution began.

|r vetarn made to the House of ConLmon it appeon
im woeroin- vhi., the Duchess af Nersacitlc, Lurd
laoegli, Lord Reuy, Mr. Percy Smith, u.hd Lady
W,.vu relinquishod their pensions on the Civil
ulaGto u ld,t( 4ae6dpetannum. Tlt is i, no
sd o the results of the expmoslre whirlh Mik I)lace
ibasujjct lusl year. We wish llut a similar feel.
i been .li..ri. ,xtensive.
bke of Newcastle has, we ar informed, 4e Yeo.
meoioned in Cluuber Ctile. TheIs, in a vir)
a, consumed fifteen sheep, besides other iatabli,
nvial, and emptied his (rRce's ccellar of strong
Cannon o ao placed In vauariou arts of tha
,W How delihtfully eas nmst the ducal coront si
mik brow! He will not find k qmilie so easy to d(
ad with his own," u he imuained.-Stamfron
i$M

Idnal Sir Byam Marnin has vacated thi situation o
anahlleruf lthe Navy, not, we believe, for oabentinI
t eum dHoue lo Commoeons Lon id Ebrington'
I, t ai eimm"uoence of a new arrangement, b,
IN whlle buine of thrbe Navy Office i to be tran
afrte by the Board of Admiralty. The Hoe
U i, for t prese t, to execue the dutie
rOenral, retaing his sat a a Lord
A m ad Adnrirmb Sir Pueoney Malcolm, Si
a, arte Wt i, a mrmn omimion to
** eeslardtell be ie for the f.ium dir
am hei f thoaweldepaitsno Sir Byar
lber mItwioe of a 0, h naddltao to Ih
d 2o iapwd makJng 1,596 O1s per an


1 ..fcl n hri- k from suh me eipgi *
LAMNtbma Owrrd.-The Afamsna Ckbromk toa
,eauisa, ,.c llaM e eo eW auM t piant


1Pi6PV of protection cad deeoo. Thau* uoc I
ak m*a ended to perform the double dty ofu waechii
t"I m bill. and Ihe mob; they are to courage Il
it" "isa the orap ; they ,a to be drilld occ
.itn ale u.a of the nrelock ;" Ihey u to wan
Omtanaa of *alI decriptioas whie pay direct
qiPrW-n mM the sumec of dthe reform quieioa
taw time a se ro nIw to are in case ofi
.dan e aioton peron., hulhueans or goods
? t h m and the Cewier delrsale both pI
U Pt the idea of embody(ing a Ntama Uord
.lr. it is a prepoiltioa whisk, uadr all t
war. scarcely believe to be eriously pI
ra have much to contend against. Id i
f amm of their own frieH e not among the leas
STme feration of a Naonal O.ard wo
aae of nsrmawi by eam that petio of t
-- a known to be adense to he hilb. But do

Sh ehl Shrink from soc as apedsur t Fir
ell marely do mat thim m to
S-psiWEh Iu t be hafeln ed, mmd which
I. aid --a."

ie'hlk which makes u bhte the religion
hati is a bad sert of Christians which i
e Lhas6 toI* tdunk contemptuously of all ol;


At the period at which we insert this, owing to ehigh
voters having been diqualiied, oe th pert of Mi .
Butlerr, Ka, igilhlhoura, and Hephor, oar e" ds
Nes. Memea, Sarr, Tayler, ad Waod, wem the m-
cwul CanHdidaes, nd forthewr'dlbquliiadon of mib a
siner umber, wasmoa t coadedtly anticipated.

Bae-aARY" *W-ga ---~
W-T

0f Emery Pr er I rai tkhe Isleas, fh
Iarig reidd ilerrtinfor ti pace of aTmr DaY mu-
pee searipy t* SBecrwiry' Ofar, orpt pi A sem in
rdd Ofce furrrtt DAS prinm aM e t ifidpmw --
tar ldi, at my tie* dwu rom-nrm-rym DAV, A Tm
may be *oitLmed.
NAMES OF PERSONS
A mTr to OBTAIN TICKTn P e DClPARTUIt.
kh* November Thon TemboL
lath Aphy Wile.
1th December C 8. Rild.
Sltt - Felr Cuim Ruby
d January Rbert Wier.





PORT OF NAB AU, N1. P.
ARRIVED.
Jan. 5th.-Sloop Forager, McKenaie, Turks ishLad
lst Barram
Flour, Coca, nd 6fh,
tu I. OGERBLADBo Co.
6th Brgl. Conience, Savari, Hayti
bound to New York in distrs,
Mahogany, Hides, Lorwood, and Cop-
per, to JouN Sorom
7th Sloop lHnnah& Susan, Evens, Turks Islands
Flour, Onions and ship's materials.

RAILED,
Jan. 6th-H. M. schr. Kangaroo, Lt. Ilookey, St. Salv-
dor, with qoops.
The H vtien brigantine Confanre, Captain Svai,
from (;uonivr, (S. I)onningo,) for New York, put in
here in distress, on Wednesday evening, having been out
(i) days, blown of' tIn cst several times, and hort of pr-
visions. I a Rale, part of the cargo wu thrown over-
board, tad m damage effected to the hull and spars of
Sthe vernal.

CHRIST CHURCH PARISH.

]H AVING fixed the assise of anAD It the Iate of $9
f pe barrel of aperfine Flour, Ordered, that the
d llingl M do weigh e. 6os ad theasipenny Loaf
Slib 8o. By order ofthe Vety.
y DAVID SPENCE, Vesty Clerk.
Y VoTar Room, 8d January, 1~2.
NOTICE.
S llE SUBSCRIBER, intending to eav thi i
f April Dean, for dh United Stesr, reqamu per-
r I hLaing demads against him, to reder them; and
* thase indeed, to make payment os or before the 10th
SFebruary. Al accounts remaining unpaid afer dtht
Sdate, will be left at the ofic of G. P. Wood, Eq. for
- recovery.
1- F. TURNER.


Januarv 7tlh.
Wt TANTED.-A steady middle-aged wou, of good
V c character, to wash, iroo, uad cook, for two iag
men. For particulars enquire at thi office.
N. I. None Nend apply who cannot coe wb re mn-
mended.
January 4th.
FOR MALE.
S The ouse and P renmis at present occupied
by Mrs. Poitier. The Houe is roomy ad
convenieas, witha largeKitchen and was house
attached, chair bome and stelia3g for dre
ormses, etensive yard and grans pirce. The out building
have been lately thoroughly repaired, and the graer part
of the fLncea have been newiv put up.
AL96
A tract of Land situated at the Villae, entaining b
cre. It is divided by the vilNe-rad into two Lot, th
western lot being intersected by do new road leading from
the village into the Blue hill rod. This lad will e dib
pad of in one or three lots. Aippl to
September 7Ith. JOlhN W. MILLER.


EAVA&IA.
RfRS. HOWARD, Jr. has rmaed her Boeaon
I E.V EaTAnLIlLr, in the CMSdrl kA Oic l ar th
of the Government House.
The very airy and commanding situation of this house
should command the attention of all traveler in a warm
climate.
June 16th.


L si
-Isc


BY HENRY ADDERLtYL ,.,

O. Xmdey wr U6 4th a
AT TAh vHom anih ,


Crs iN hua, Ac. A.

So sl h .k. Ir bor11.bui Peaom
1000 hbmi Sop, 10 hump slie & d, le is
Chow,
10 iurre Pt & Bherry Wie,
Sbioad. choice Brandy, 5 In l
And t cleat B,
1 balr while Coiion, I mm Hacdkeee,
1 amSuenackM do MuqleWo Nettin Laa
Cbeck,
1 came IrhLIne., 1 as Jacoe MaliU,
o traL Ladl' Shoes,
January 7th.


BY HENRY ADDERLEY.

n Monrdy monnt, do Wg all"de,



Low Mtdah l may, old GIa CIasr.

January Mh.
BY HENRY OREENSLADE & CO.

On MaIc usa, I 9t Wi .

At 1* Wo biih.A I.
Winbe *-,
The Cargo o e tloop Forager, ahm Tbs Ishl
coaiig of,
Superfie & Rye Flour, in brrb,
Kits of Saleon,
Barrels of Mackerel,
Cheese,
1 cue Hats,
33 bag Cocoa,
AND-


1 case Cofee Mills
Term immediate CASH.
January 7th.
BY HENRY GREENSLADE & CO.

Oa.Monday newt, tIe 9t, intad,
AT THE VUWiDIIY oUa,
At 11 0eeks, AL .
Wil be mid
Superdot Flor, in whole and half bu e,
Ris e d Corn, in bag,
Soap mnd Cadlr, Ham,
utter, Lad, Oioms,
Pine Apple, nd other Chese,
Clear Pork, in barre,
Picklea, Cheaeus,
Statioary,
Ldim', GOmenlu's ad CUlUm's 1m,
AND-
Pooso.., in bhapm Jai he
ALSO-
1 pip sof veryJ ep-rir Cpc n aCeg I-
as paidmar,-w variey of ao amef.
Terma-Cas om delewry.
Janmy 7th.
S BY JOHNSON & 8AUNDERU.

On Maedai Mwt, tl. 9tA insd,
AT ea vaMsn g meam,
At 10 OelB A. EL
Wiabe ad
Ruperia Flaor, Satw, Tobeca,
RiB Core, Soap, Banker, Lard,. &i.
And At I M 's n a Cral.
I ce Florentine,
I do. ine Cmbrick,
I do. do. Jaemm Manla,
I do. fancy Haodkerchte
I do. Coton.,
Chiatz, Check, fie white Jess,
I cak Day and Martin's Blacking,
I do. Corn Mls, 3 dos. Shovel,
Sdo. Paint Oil, in lot to t prwamr,
Ker Shingfag Nabu,
An Enorumest of Trom Pos, OvamL &c.
It pudh. Butar oam Rn.
January 7h.


PIE isBUBSCB L e byr prin h-

6 IBhd. hialm Madedb WIae,
40 dm a. do. do.
60 dem de Tausif da.
1 truk Omd-'es Sho,
I ban Dimmr BSs.
HENRY OREENSLADE CO.
December 24th


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u Is VA eoidn d the sra vt th s

pi. d omm!460 X do ow^wcAsa yAcs &- -il



u~ h, sa ge, cofh upod, Ia ee -a h i e -i- ,did m o posa n over ha Wem tes hd drem i ts. N Um Uhe
.t i r- ,. the ,ain 1 lre n ad N d ou la.ssse l tsl ah tinL i r st.r y tlr e n tdu w m s a m
whiclaev bI.fain hptc wf a m daoedtad dtarf p se eedhl..UU"ky of sh prosadd apmg dy, ml he itsp



tp,..w b m sum .t sobe masa hie tleer bt ear ~shiatmuee. The die, and y ohe ilued, 5" heo amUvad diredA. to nredemem et
jedme s vincdathie i.ME ekd. eCIt to rem ev, ao I mt oeYd; et si peoMhday hurd paei dwe h
St o.eSe an w-ual L ies far I h it b..um to ~ .ier cars, wo mei.r i nd l he a.d m d by Li ,




warn e w. .- ipiet Enls d ea s he p er- e e.fa k lihe .di,. alo belr g e a me h.e of buosortong o sh e 1 1
a a o l s dami d a.u" she u reI ta she d osu s ofn heir fo duty so rade e o e ha ee e
urea ncs th g pmand V s Pin ed Or bemd prem henu Bill et y down geu al ord i;.rs iapl* pan ev Iird mndu o Tra r o da tom a iem is dL
r l oe t d m heo I v og hld del ae -hodgera and id pw the eingt aknr eb o rcmut ear like, is vae tEn isnd mr ealp d It se i n o t e
hictis dupre wae gwa util slort et every m ity the alomtos w a se p o pu a, with Ob ilo, h kLs ocd ovation d the.reodin so mlr Po e mee by ame, hiple



pad t hed to luten 6is ie f toshe ir chfeueln atnd o d h umla b tye lrb eeat Piee of aun hdeW r a d of Te pTomqsi pim w ih agae i o, rmii i
sde, hb e he nr me ir, wa blel di sice Of the aeio t abe e icempli ed by pteceohe and o tittionr l r ernmt r-eU lt lm, ss am i.
was aslsteemel s ive d hp igeer Chi rks laf tr pele,a un er oe ve r pp etats theta mip as au
a.% e s ru Ian i a to n a e irlbym etr e Wer m..- hby m nw to n Ireiai lhe tropi t ihe




nOd giN bejaeek asc ,4erMletithely slad ii- ch mi sud e Ladso Autheier, emp by ,ldOerl. fll Wltaci ued Mos in .



jruleI mla 2 b a aI s aLlmr ert o drlve be- n No.. 9i -ik Q sl RWeker whI. i just pub- RnAiE I L
frre tru ptei k l" o uIl u u i i"sm. 0Thke fas e AIlmW sae r oi one fllel nto le m e Thehe country om Pemmed br dm l
awim ahsie asws Ia Womidoran cwantd Inh pr- bhe thilesar aThe clemtistooesdn a ccashmalin, cl Te have r m Lived C t dp M t
ai, aid i i d i i do hesie. a db p t me upon Mi di h Theae, low. B r duty, .ot tagle the a me ta ba tes a m epi d sems e s
ie .tmaa, er i rl 4d t d lfia ed oe fdtal ladng m ithe r tire i asoleen, dso .dln, I io lteen diodl twenty ebldr i Teraen oins hoi a m4s
e.t deal mw ~ las em"dmel. u ldenre ble W te very re- ofhe som ally w a a hd, for moema linlo. i of mock in g he, o., wl wn m ineti d bto es tam
p dr lm ih rle cod wor.1 la iifad o I ew d will ne kh -- s elores in ap t l hero teing ohl rol deIr oul ri mnpo d to remi in e awere m I W





d'mir 31 by b c lley, nd daal whtver e Bocd of lthlh ni ie e pli ed of p wc e d onm.un d iut en mo oe when the E ngl ji h lathe lHea ee t, Ts a sis ne.
w at lypwe h o e Wworty on e tr esedieor pee ivs ofcholer rties hd not deciddere al desaey m i d asL
Il e a le Sbrmet of general e mlTm. We ai" O heo of hing om C s l top abvery. e ns Theltowm il pmdid
aemlier Ce re, thes eI re, ls ounciag e t e rc 1 i No. m o n the ik. o mw re, cveyer, ap e Boa V n An d
Ifus I elonew ills Is jo rey to pedle.I to have faIi Mi f ed heur, c rs of t he de ut d--ll prepared bur The eso fronted hoPa M leed bn a na ke
ead airily rag ao-s ird, uan IMo ae foan wel reaulst- Lrom he cone uieal aa y" Tt he Wod a rI b od tto e a.e plp,
eq eae wiha MeUed. u If l m a eI tered th le city i. a M re to ered if n t he o a irth f every town nd vi- cholera has 1000 depried o4b isn ai fair l cI i
tal.e h ea m ewi tL M u.w dme no eet, in ue a Ig e l. e i fies a d M1.ni et ti n s w I t m ioie D oo, ma d inMndse tramim d






I iiauad mal e ea bseie rmi ka srreId far a hM rit t e laiy re- oft abth dan el" water every wa iMte"-d of other e plAt Berlin, the co Meta otiheseoinme t
de *ilo laew" Jeue4 m he a ai m that uf the fw of the pro dneo*s re- of l khs equaie oabedar obj of t hem, k. mlcu talohe mo1ia1ry. TO Wk4
fr am the pei p an pruade of public proe Uie, sr- u ndb of lime angle r isi n "d ith dair co uilineal ce ad r kat i e he ml doarn ies pnre i
rounded by a ifl l of hi mele s of uliel uerd ed by to hold o eg m ves- i re a ine faor mlof eite idhi o, end uod. it preo denrs e the s ayt a erse dus tasl
pl.s r o ie by sh ao .d d",ti thale Vhen ncei the cild pof Ierl o i nl heMid reld tlo e ichel cc" i na o the Elsih pwas. le i ed port. he h10d
wmh i auld hi po wii y dumped, or mceud ly b end or e I, ad r pepr ne a obje it en aiolI desire would mhiue It m The f cahie al ve d a Op I im i
uem* remid Ame, d e ae h himilf uea I athe ih tn at it y, in epl y diseabc of ae onlhe" Alle popa- Te loam of theL tbes i~ rhone mis o
er ieai Sawi bra b ao mo ereisinliu. We ii di F moat be or anIed," cludier, mNugraM medical porned so be very s et om. The low aiplaedrueb
ad el littiuale, i trltiee, iut sreuucig ws ale mir t- chdof lnr, atnemrmans o n the uck. c eui rise, cotveyrae, bare Boa Vr it, 1hmm Aiosioe, Is d Recie. e, 1
iltoNy mal e ade f pervin a thies pea she cy mnk e AIi pLnis of eees mu se, e op, uep."" Thim mor thel but the di-moleeand fIby taked. ', mir-
amC piespoIerep ra is r i dh sy lid, t o f htae nd hd of tw he d d-nl n l pnae med eo be e-- they ble Iuat m at yd been nat u kiead.Ld t
rle clu loeduld, a s d u eiC arlso h e i la i y o hir- e r, r e oomeaei th cemaily" Teho bolder ate tobthe t f with very ld apadm ie
Sieiy "dof Ibn inen d ri l, lo pruduoi llp i puenyeivd their pred or" gNone amidlmsn o"the pow t -herisct" ooaia me In oe doilla i l s lmr s aie uihn arleo of V lI
fee1air e istar ic a eat dsnredf I. d the di, nl i i, s y d is ar o e rd i they ouie do u of ermust l ton tavD l the pilria m eat Mep ed of cis d i eo airy. a
IyeU i l alirm r. Ha ineer, e om i rt i u e the unde r l ns I ati o of aces artel t ke ind"!! Tr e y ie boith oef in a h laot nd ty s iai t he as il
lu e rpeat shw d r iLe Wl ah of enrl ed vc r lencef duabit o l rem Dl iaes- ulvury iweka dio eie t"o ise ure their animr.
l.ar hndotermi de atis rs p rrtou o vieey use the Ijodl lil bundwioe T imer very o li to re nes o eut e Bryalnts heIcholet. Pca rn oi the 1i; 6 a
litaiN f shre P-bI C tI Cl siny, oon t ihat tl lcinee lmould be dpult ine of mdic e includingg Uin ad brndy) uls. tihen Tinli nper of caet up me p tat da **





ild appll r e pip Mi prnIe on s puaic t ide casenur- nd o ln u prIose Itrsyin d trirl eoe werl ien t co ieinar a d uf dclu 974. By o he Amrs ham 0i td Sink
i r.Tasye. Ne mel cu d b dfyinr f nese pce- t he cavil lper ou meu He lt ph paed to ke r ed vil-e t it so t unde tood da y r mald of eathe 10&
wpig, Wen pkiwderw heemn heas uid ort I eve been ie -n h, inb eprely wdhbich Ma I fm; the w e" pef- The(old yl o. e f rnl newmr em led senr se





sre e.d M rame thim geralp loU of d d suanis sua- plo iat." .*ved mi n pi- f theely n." A eghex sin- stlm n si ca hlem h andsehed is s Theedaee
der. em y pmaw gea d me objct of mLam preakli h r of W edi mt be arm i inl ddid mitorausl. melh eppr." Tho eli eme I r o pas TL aely Hula p e m
cma -a iu hio e e, in h av 1Meem Ci a lle it ruam m te, diamrpplas ofa si cd ma rie, to." eo sed." Ha e B Vir. Tin Anmb ier of ran ie. so, L
..uanyd nlrisf aisis jurhey to ori to c tyo hmla kve n Ald hure em, e o th e d pd pemaer. T ee b u se ted h ed h ae atttk Tbc ,
mrh, somipusl emea, flll t "t" of h re of i le b ere-it m y med miomame rb poli f le pUe( lie pmr sI re gr, pa o'
io amuot end mm inrl, j s d et prl r hm lamena hre- ln w icb plnhe l o p r-na eaee t bitter in m bethe iaisod idb le bs foad inimeyti
lioes, g dnhe eemrs i e wilMr i hr e hta e rs d l d tiEir are mgi ng. lNo n url place r e in lov se tisd nd urniclm o d n ran leole u e, d baeminag themb d fw *
I. eeken ec llyM d ipd o ltb heir ich ornu Mdiniric. FBoird, and hoy s do te d eim od, and the pmily riee do ca, idedurd C ir .





b m ye ,to M' ., j hey da rae pm ia ohr o.. u the hunter tu lo aoo phe pust i om t kd or oue-bo te. ig -
Tple d Mathel kr e s e ud onar yi to Ir f tiht f polish adlo, wre T e r o em ery r uolr m ure-" outPO B erlin, toe cbLs o-tioena to i es latia
peMr, iynd f r I n wha e imt Cha lie od l fria to *e are th tho e he e slu m in an o asve pas) ol. d ol nu mer up Lra t a 1
oM e nd omp arde me a yuc d orting n, udr. mTo comm icmd iev whh theirici oithhero. -Tnilly, we ore an oI deml97 BEha G usrian O a t
aihmd by mi e olt tmmf e iamis onidrf ededt we m ve sto oltheet s io furnis e opl two is ems fe d ite Cioetr; s d Ithe, he 7t d ums of Bl,
a" os f s man of the ki ald biia Ind e iry-i" dt nerler he idoor, e r to isem fmw ith to the M r ewse S Caq n ds 10





Terimdy, he thmm emee e a.| 5eves aaay iosi- e apmey." the Fahhll y, mhe am'er." "mad them eo ha B k Fal m feelne fuata Imlly.T
dog i m dep to an d s ve h ir le mere waork b amuse d py iea e an aloliat d To Pmer t hTre s-m." o rery e t a enda esee a it
Conld Mo o t i* A m ocs i Ibmew a-- w bei, nw ins, I, Zsioerin-, c. all witht-- e on Gjeerl Cmbe t in natcunion
itr. om y penr s wo in wish aslpr inling ofa bnd, bp and t ed di e ar mome s d This d-"m kot erIaitirely Cour& pro










a M oeaw a ahvd wup eaino woe C aMs aM una T ode kpaw u of croed no b de rada hsesl w. am.i ga .u im ot1ea eW

e, a hm dsam fCory ohem a b s ye Rod w a t" om thms l sher mtee b p-b NOWs-a l mee me- -m, tabla tie poiMel a Im o f oare ard w
LaMambe she a th ad clit A A ns ade y ia, e y. Tne hea of e ock e Cade Sle ilaire" oyth per sy it vey litelle o ,se mea
hmealy. ha O| t paMat lnllched ecrir- d Irm.ppli st, feed ma m toe dienouh teds e T mh pkee Pelod u P mto a
ra tics fese r d.LUg m an ta in iis otee h...i fiCe an d h y p t a mm ame orhe pisetri-tne. bSul reached Coonk Wa





y, o ndi heiM me die wI alr" prf tl fouoalh we a to ed" riJ of he draw. pefluoa w dol bo, FOR SALE mi tm is W





pride. an ie dl agl y bw hi" 8d C a We- tth oek lw)e mara ts.ah e evi t yr no hadve m Bi Be of d r VeLme,
ami rolia ese wide dpoedmiary uad violence. deal is re icoof asse wd d do well iT sTie p h ositsel mang )











eraS mmd b cteg M *e 0emmufch distinguihed. To coumcecatiae r kh their wih him m. Thirdly, we are to Bime A Eterheae,
ahed oieae ldhma ha is ao rieos e l ote'L Ts p at nsly shoulder e o Byo.u to roaular l m. AA toiC et e 1i6 A U ,
odmmed t Mvim. t in ly of heal old s-d loe e ato d a-" thD Mrer o er, t re diu aml feo e Md e tmim id Aritatio Bodf
Tuer de'jgl< m hes m osme, which egery wlee otit- spaieginw a shea healthy, the hIaLt." "Toise.al Blak Far foste Cww lue.
h.I Mi mi r (wdiieer aen os anse. pri nI wwt mmr Mb pi yarinm *adier e wipol e ie u ter tedt have aeen Poe "d Ai od ntrema,
oMud so T y albrs ae s c -m Fo ithly. n d a to ug h Ire dcadre tiem wit se qui ims Obligate i Co nds brI c. a .,
bCud s r bii acc ed wi tac ai i ntci se- ahin hblegb b fcbeeimwg, cd all withis tolim GantL Pr Ciomewls E. IMo
!-I-,.J .hH. nefaw nea ... fircedo do dimppoorsoe ef d M" amd Amit was r .,U Mai &h- S ceL

















Ires o" the pent rel tad th Ar mstem T" D ; ime t igrerer ulaion who rMd th. No B.-Job Pintii eecud wifh 2in,
irus aof mL Dsaat i ml as d by the Rpreincl yap b eisa l the min reel ar mmr SebIpa W l rt casl rite,







rem, en add thr e th lbiy prso s a pBu de t in the Qve the bite ietcb, ip loo wd slu ar td is =aoderee


Sir utrhl. aoor hM am ak plmacer in oth ler lr iA pu yt aw guaber u o. Be We" o.
StesI the aLn yk hmad iote at l ifatr hleai e, anep t o n e triam of n m utew. rIfrluouls l "all" lt. J Biu l, o.
prd. ah O ed *ef l 3 wi Si Cmbatlle Wa dh an rinksca tht thfbe wuis ea aiend a o hamve "s Balb Fof w in
eprrsa tdh etapeo ofmy w I a lwesl din. tiend asr.Toa whi thee ii Tehirdly e d P esto Wils at Ex
Ay an d heor mae, be iconsiad lered, Owe h -e ripewtise hey bernitureoner tw rea s o s Jid 5 Bidso Wls,
ae tfr dpo" aL y of ht h d vbie othos re- Y t d user m e dr ie r o m ch ess N Bihb P1 S o .fi ar da e la m ,
Twin ta tthaan sc ew ebaar y s'twr- e-a rn la a m ttached tboss w." The phyhl rlos Blankl Mort fe m Clawseh honda




a e sod L IOWN ec she deaddav s .t work a p yi lum anhl d the plih h i herever have ge cms Ws eb a,, d Robin son t m
mthN waic o> m b e so elu d r isae. Fourtly. w am tor pralevi she an hie dro *l el AG e Comor'. Wrim
ho dand Ismdwb i s memal patme ofthe fiemo to oou .wo are eel mmd the sponged w ith he s of @ad Arats Co d wria
leneer of h oypree t a hir t ad mropheau Ly; ht ae (eilecia lreser pa n -wt ho redt N Subpoena Wriasi



waysaid eeacgt u Would winomeaeis commcn- is ee nrwuoa Trey ~bet daw n w fill a I ad ente Miii k Wa rrants,







&less emolooolinseilio, haiag srisslu imeci ety, can ume 1 sriluu. In every point of %irw. liuucvr, the writer ol in junua y 18&.




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I m m Tsr. iPfiTuSii ':*'. m\ -: ^^li" . I il^H 20 Tlw^;ll^i|irtof^''||l:|^^ UtAire •*aici In III M|p, .IMllMMMNKMMr^iM^^ ciir. TliPjr mmt^ 'Smm M •^mhivrf pMMNit. tiMAiM whom wv mimAIUir^ ^^gl^f^ W i i ^jy-ghcW Nl MlMber fur Mr* PriilMi FeM>pBMl • PefiiJiMi from Brntol, pfv< IfHT titt; iliiri, HtmiHi, pryifi; tM hSmm to •tldnM Hm Mtft> loc.iiiwjL|r,to#l |Misan Aci to diiK|ualii> thit Biihopf from l|#ig in Uw House of Mr, Ilutntftook ihn of^porttmity of oWrvinr that, in bit ^^ Hm^ Hon. n • mmtk mMMImMI IMilliiif Mich • _^ rtlml) tiMf lioiL INlCist himwir wouUI rapret tluit hf ***^g*'<^ AfP* rvmark. It imu iitt(Mwibl for htm rt ^mejAoi to nNHoad tiiai a fvi^tMn ImkJ taiion £ o^mpn i(aee } jMpMttpiii4. i( tlwre fiad not bcea a reac-fcorred. Jill f coamnoQ ntnm r^T^J fa^rnf. incnkttlairfn m Mhie michiolaoi d\umk k cut oS^bd the Zl\T.lT^ iredllMdiiy. and mi^Mltd at the hualinga on tlm Friday. Theje precution.. wd tL*Vrlti?w"^^ nndtiMinlihi.o|i||P^(Mr.P.))iadttiirted Hdav.b^ uS mrl. ru^;.!!^ „.^"*^^3^K rftittinitif; in i.tTic? mmh o]))iijMHi to llicm in |H)litiiftion of fw Imnibte a f)criM)n, b^ (Mr. Ifimje) dill iMt iiciiU' to ay that, if lie wtre at tle head oi th Oo^orooMjni, 4H hours Mniuld not pas bofuri; he rtffnuvcd wvry L.rl Liouieiiant of a county wlm opjNisod tht* Ko|;nii Bill— (rliei'r* Mni iHugiut-r). The iiiiimM decision •tnd viK rify, tie coiii*nrA. In ord^r \m mainlain tiie peace of the country, tiie epformuucitionnntsttw ailjusL-d wiUMiut delay ; an I Mi•*ir i>ueroal delicucy •• interft-re io th aiJjimnient of a matter of such vital iui|Mrtunccto llir ctMintry. S,r Clmrle. FaHn-i aured th Hon. Member for Midii jeenied to Ik' the .wd^r of iIk, .Jay, vh M>m.t nn^n g — 'I — ••' "" ""r i 'w *" \--" • •/•— -iu *-i < Mr ^ _.••. ^ m^ _' wouKl not ho deterred from do\..^ their Jo.y.Tnd cUa" thLT '. / '"'H ^^^ "1**"" ^*''"-^*^*^ ^^ '^"^ ^^"^ vnurin, ..I get th,BiH lately In^fore P-HianH^t J^,.^dera. P i ^'"^^^ ^''' ****" "•">^'-'^>' *" ^ ^^^ Mr blvoHKlirJ. Th..|Ion.MLl.ralh.l.itothe"Zt^^^ Tt' B^^^:::^ ^''l: T;^^^^^^^^ Tor the Noble Lord. r.iaininK .0 office persons oppo.Hl to tlH-ni. ()„ a late oc .h f..V .iV. ,1 .'''^''l,^ '"'^''^ * "'^'<1 qoent style, too, of pomp sad sJ?*^ the newspapcRi annomice calamHies of thitliZi^ ro sofcad the apprchnnsion, and probably iJ^t^^i ofJangcr. It would appear, ,haV the p^rii^^^TiSl newspapers m impartrng disagreeabte inlinna^T*5 instead of forewarn the pubhc. In .hi„ way Ct^, •ggerst.ng all the feaf^^e. of the maJadv,^,>2^ painful minuieness the many ways by whubit-l3 victims, leaving a clear conclusion io the B,ioU ^T that escape h inipofwible, and then they finish u people not to be frighlenad. This is aj awk\r2^ _f preventmg alarm. It is right that the actual et^^' disease should be generally known, and rijtht .tT^^l public should neither be carried away, on the • Jl&M much confidence in the non-contaiou chanu^ J?^ nor, on the other, risk their own safety, byATj-J^^ nervous fears, which precipitate that conditia ^SSM most susceptible of comagion. The coutaAaT^ cholera is now established beyond any^oubt^fi? ?*< IS said toliave brought it into Sunderland. w'T^ health before he landed, and the mortalitMaTl"''?^ confined to the members of his own family, IL^Ji diately around him, and a none who merei; a„2!.'j1 the corpseof one of the persons i:,io the dead-,^ !J TU£ BAHAMA ARGUd. yypUfffCO aKMI-WKKKLY IM NAaAV, M. r. POET?T rttaininu in office p^rons opposed to tlieni. On a late oc ra^n.n they had rei^wvinl a higli iiflTicer in tlie Queen's IfouMihoM (Kari Howe). an.l,if all tlM-y heard was t. he ti.\^^ u,KHH-.{h.,ar, hei^r. and a laogh>-bo repeated, that If all they Inard, And ^\t^x |,1 been stated, whs to be reiMd ujHin tlwtrtmuval wa contrary to tlie declared wislies <••> u.. Aw^^.......,....! .1..... •' .. '"" fd'^aTl IV*\{ *''/*'^ -"^i-'f " party had'n';,;i;j;7taun'^. ed and dia h-n^ed to come forward in Dorsetshire, he did not know iliai ,|,e experiment would Irave been tried • but will i!V'*'"*i**r'"V""^*'''""^ •^•***^' ' newspH^iers! wiMch before the eltciion were echoing the cry N„ aiitir.|rorn,er dare come forward for Dorset," were completely At this period of the Hon. Member's address the knock of tlH. lTsla.r of the Black Rod was lirard at tlni door, and ma lew n.omenu Sir Thomas Tyrwhitt advanced to the table, and stattnl that his Majesty required the immediate atlet..heech deliver. f^t aiMl cries of Oh !->-ho contended tUt it was an imnn-nsc' ^^w 'm "',m"'''c ?^^ ^'" ''"^ ^^^^' ^^''^cr.najoritv. under .11 die circum„ances-(cmined ZiX I !i/V *^"^* ^ '*** ^*^"*^''' ""*^ ''•^' Members then U;r.) He und..rstol that ihir reaction was pnl.rably manife.tmg itMlf throogh.M.i Ireland, and he believed and trusted that the Bill w.Kii.! ^n be as much in disfavour as It hart In ovu^U tU^ •__ .... "c in.,n corpseot one of the persons i:,.o me ciead-romfaJ: puak from these facts, we learn that the mslad.ur! oua. and we should therefore be at all momrnt. dmL?* prompt remedies to meet the evil, should it approSTTi opinion of the most experienced medical mJn j, .LV? grappled with at once, it can be subdued. On thefc, torn, the patient should instantly avsd himself of hkml which any apothecary will prepare, and which may V2 m the waistcroat pocket. Heat applied to the body JT available artificial means ia most important. It wiK ihat ,n order to check the progress of the peslil^JlJ dual presence of mind is, above all things. neciZt % precautions are twofold, the higher and. perhaps. mTwli b*mg mental. It is not alone prudent to avo.d r^i,tt damp atn.rsphere. to avoid colds, acids of all itiail Hnd tc prenerve the digestion ; but it will be still wf Hm avoid irntation of the mimi and depression of th^-ssiriN fc •ay so much to caution the heedless, rather than alaTifceai or. affr all. the ,lan>;er is not so great as someof aew' Uemporar.e. would make it appear. The prompt . -Mil -ric,, ti.o ...,h ur .h. .Ai-..,^. -vu^^ ^, „... _, to bHiete that cholera cannot live long in r.ur fhirroMa wooly atmosphere, and as. up to the timt of goinf isTn we hare had no further intelligence of its drvaststioa % municate. we may conclude with a rcas.mablr anticimtMk It will not do much more mischief in England. Thf Kififr of Hollatid'i Netc Htsolve^U is poiiaidfi firmed by those who had access to the fn-sr suurcHof is raation, that the King of Holland is determined fmink troops again to euier Belgium the moment the snusrw pires. Surely this cannot be true, unless Prossis (sssti Kussia IS at liberty to join her), is determined to sodm* attempt. "^ JTnm Me Lendtm Agt. OBEY GLEANINGS. ^ A CABIlfKT CATCH. •iIVhwiO' Minute, that has nothing in it, ] jLg|rfv shall make it appear. ^!|llHtHte only pays the whole House of the Greys, piK if Hundred Thousand a year. _|jhst. thsre's Myse}f--were 1 laid on the shelf. [fteNstioB were ruined, 'tis clear; ay txleuts and zeal for the great commonweal, a aaltry Fire Thousand a year. there's Howick, the Vif what may be called the Tiavek of the Clioieia ainee Angusi, 1817, wlien it first appc^antd near Calcutta, to ttm fMneaont moment, is a curious and interesting study, oven to unprofesMonai nK*n. In one year it crossed the vast region of Hindostun, travoUiog in two lines, with mom or \v*% rapidity, according to circumstances ; it arrived at Boiutmy in August, 1818, and nt Madras in October of the same year, .ifterwards, pursuiug its course towards the south, it arrived at CeyUui in 1819 ; and in the same and tVio two folU>wiog years it spread itself tliruugh Eastern Asia, and tlie islands of die Indian Occean. — ^Its first step towards Europe was crossing tliC seu froui Bengal to Muscat, wlieie it appeared in 1821, with such virolonce. that, as Mr. Kennody states, the living did not trouble tliemselves to bury tlie dead, but, sewing the bvta, nr t^ei mit.-*All of which may be prvcnred for a few iMHIi^^ It ia seriously reconunended that every peraon al wMi ld he pffwpared with the prearribed remedies, so that nobodv •hall liave to attribute to kaa want of caution the spread of n niahidy so terrihh* and ovwrwhetaaing. Boards of Heahh hav bnen established at Hull, Chatham, and Belfiist. Honoorahhbaronet were i diwre*.! and ,. it .• i "*• r "^", '^"'^ ""^ the bridge. The crews anneared in jvmind him (Sir F. Burd^.trfTcib"^ o^Vr^;::^^^^^^^^ Protect ie from my friemls, and I will defend^nv^lf dTc^drdll ^ft^I f t"^^^^^ repte^-nted as ^..n.tn.y enemies.'; No reformer could Imve madJot 1 i'a i'^l^ Asiatic epidemic The Ilank of England.^At a General Meetisf rf^ Bank Proprietors, on Tutsday. a dividend of 4psraa on tlie half year, out of the profits of the comjiSBrw^ clared. The notes in circulation wire stated at ilT.fi*. 000. It was stated that tlie Branch Banks had piwi a profit, hut tlie amount was not stated. /Jojfn/ /{mouatfiic.-.In an original MS. ef Hmj H bearing the sign-manusl, and vtrt prest'rved io the las* brance-oflice, there is an item which clearly shows ifcni* Majesty's remembrances were not always cnticrilj k*** he set down the cost of a red reae" at liro tkiUmgt-^ ful of the fact that a red rose" bad cost his prerfew^' ten. N C against my enemies." No r^fmtut^r could liave made' oh.rvaiion m^>ri!> injurious to tl. anti-reform party. The HonourahU. hm.I g|Unt MemUr \uHi :ilhidel to UmDot •.-•tshireelecm.n, for instance, and disirrnate.! the n.a.oritv b> whKh fh. noble I^d [Ashh>yJ wawHurne*'v.ni ttH^UM. ..jnty-(lK.ar,h..ar] Sai.H U [S.r F. Burdet 1 n ,^ c.urh^^ .^^ "^ ^u"' *T" ^^ ? ^^-'^' w-s we I laAirmed. if tliere had been ano,li,.r Asse s^ tl I thHaZf .„^ u '5 ""** ^"' "'^^^ "^ ^"^""^^^ of ^M. Lord would, in .11 prol>abili,y. have luid T ^h L !^o^r^K^lZV! **^ '^.T""^^' ?5 '^ *^"^" •l">ost U ; — uv-vTi iioiiK.T Assessor, tlw gr : ami ,| „. ,h, „,aj..ri,,„, very ,.,i.l|_|Lar cr,h, ..ver, fi^el^g U .Inp,„™Hi„ of ,1 ^n-at me" bW. bf.. to whora the coamry owt „ mch for Jtef fUcr, o. ,Wo hm i,j of tloij f4,i„„ rf P." K.jl-[U-.r, lir. A. ihe Hon. Bre„ , dow. A, rw ^ir ^t*^>-'" truly appalling, bm. we repeat they call for the alarm of action, riot the apathv o7 fra Let every one remember, that it is his country w'hich calk u,>onh.mtOMcrif,ce himself, or his dearest relations if ncce*ry, ,o p„.vent th. spread of infection. Thire Jre a^lhe remedies prwcribed are extremely simple and ecjieK>t, If given with energy. Where there a^ thre^ pcrms, and om. attacked, let the dm duty of onT TZ w. r^'^TT, "^ "^ ^^"' ^ <""'^ '^ ^'^'-cZZ which B^a*^ tthini r' '%**"* ""''^^^ of ti.M:rira Doard. Lei h.m who goes for a surgeon make hu reoori tttriCt Cusiliiilt*^ Btwl t-L„ J: '. first ahot was Iward, announcing His Maietv*s an J.Lk1 i ?^!i a**'"* "''" K*^* ^**' •"'^*^' "a^e hii Lord A^ky, having b^n so btorii^lir'^ri^^ -t-i. take directions before eipect dMt he woukl havw been called o,>oo so ^ m !? Zl\ ^ ** ^We feel bound to say. that aldr.^ th. House, and pnrticuUrly ^t he'Xlrve hit ^i^r'P^'^' "* ^"^^^ -'<> ^o"bt thl' it A .L SI J : . ^""r* "l*"" JHioB to ad* drj^ th House and pnrt:da,ly .hat he simnld have been caWed opnn to d.fend t\m Am^uor u tlie liia etectjoo(hear. hear, from th' OppoattiXn benrhe*). He did not ^.. I ^, "~ — -^ "v* TCHiuiv IO oouut ttie in. .fm.pu,eU.i.,o.l„. .error of .! n.o..„rr.^t Uiink ith.c;imineoftl'Hj.'li;;.W;Ts^F"^lK^^^ ;™r''r"*^ '^^^-'^^"^ n-ienrS^ station, erporicnce, year or of hi. constitutional kuoucess^ofrZ. i"-'"'^''^'''*" our readers tlie ne^' ^ "** l^*-*<'^"'Ji ''•^/"^*t^ of mind, by con6 FOR SALE— Al thin Odlit Bills of Lading, Bills of Exchange, Bills of Sale, Manifests of Cargoes, Blank Forms for tlic Custom House, Leases and Releases. General Court Writs. General Court Executions. Inferior Court Writs, m Sub|xena Writs. ^f Siibpuena Tickets, Police Summonses. Police Permits. Police Warrants. ^ Militia Warrants, Biibof SalnforVetsels, Mortgages (with bonds,) Warrants of Attorney to Confess Jod|;njeat, Attorney*! Warrants, Arbitratioo Bonds, Apprentice Indcnttiret, Powers of Attorney. Obligation Bonds, dtc. A^, itc. N. B. — Job Printing executed with neatness patch. uf>on good paper, and on moderate terms. Jduuar\ 4, 1882. il*^ II K If • ^ t.Mi Charles, you discern alt, but Lie^itenant Colonel, fifidr ten j-ears" hartl service, I swear : jL' be muit 1*0, in brief, the Commander-ia chief, !' got soarody Six Hundred a year. jlhe same caM with Freddy, tho' long he's been ready, lirsa Adniirars flg, Vice or Rear; Jl^iu*! three-^rid-twenty, and old enough plenty) Jillka's but Five Hatred a year. 1*1 Biirrinffron beau-filt—*ome think he an oaf is— liiieour^ I have iiiMii;i!;t;d to steer ; |^(beert Nn^ Bourd I hi^ve loilg?d him, a Lord, lit that's only Twelve Hundred a year. |gi.jUi8anrin, a Tar. has consented to mar Bh prospects in tliiit gallant sphere, fjl^^Miiiy liikes i^iHfire of tte Hiimip-oAtce bar|re, fMk(tallry Twdve lluudred a year. jlkfr'< Hrry, my brother— there'r Neil, it is true, gets enough for the two, Ut iksfl he's a Churchman austere ; Iha K<^tor ;nd Heafft— (till a K*i? can be seen) Em they're scarce worth Five l^ousand a year. Am'ifiir Robert Adair — brother Neddy's bemtf/frf-^ WWnu. Io show our cuntcmpt for Mynher, W(bi*f 9tni — 'tis such xport— to King Leopold's Court— ll'i some Ten or Twelve Thousand a year. Tkne'f brother-in-law haby. Ned Rllice, the gaby, IWII tor pUre and f4r p.-iy persevere, il a Treasury 8ec.-~'tia a pitiful spec— Oets Three Thousand Five Hundred a year. TWsay brother-in-law, Pons-onby, Lord for the nonce, WHo keeps Eurt.>pe in order and tear ; TW' Uutvuf employed, yet he's adly annoyed, Tsfct Nily Si& Thousand a year. ^IWhi Dickon of Deny — it makes my heart merry, IVwui of th sad one to chfrr— ii'inatck'd from Kilialoe, where he'd have laiu fallow, tk has DOW Thirty Thousand a year. • lbcrTr stuck Durham — the Devil won't stir him. Will each Cabinet change will he veer : *•' W Priy SJeal labours — wome paid thaa his orighbours, !< hiai only Two Thousand a year. "'• VWount Duncannon— from Scilly to Rhannon, Xo fi#leman more tiioutly criea •' Hear I" ''^l^owlwf the WoiMls. and the Forests. Iiebrooils, i>cMtteot, o'er Three Tlionsaod a yeat. 'tbourne — hi<* ardor may well burn. TV*' badlv re<^uited, I fiar ; '^*. for all (he Home dunes — hear Britons and beauties! • paid but Six Thousand a year. 'mll^b. tho', with Lisbon, he fancies it is bon • ij'"' ^hh, he nhould not interfere ; ill?" P">n"td. hi ttiiirnd is noted. **!• Mire than TweUe Thousau! a year. ^^ George, last and lenst. tho' it must be confess'd. FRANCE. Tlie French government is preparing the nation for the abnndoomont m A Vvi>rs, if not for the re-ostablishment of tbe Dey atid hb government in that country. The French papers bring the conchjsion of the debate upon the grant of 5CM),0(X) francs for the relief of the foreign refugees. As this motion onioned tite whole question of the conduct of the French government to tU* Spanisli and Italian patriots, it was warmly contested iu the CImiuber. Tho discussion teruiinaiecared in Astracan, and i tlie neighliouring provinces, wliere, for seven years, tliey had taken tlie most anxious precautions to prevent its a|>proach. From Astracan it spread through Russia, following, with astonishing lapidity, tlio course of the Volga ; and. after ravaging Poland, Austria, and Prussia, it has now uppoarod on the coast of the German Ocean, threat* BELGIUM AND HOLLAND. eniuti central and southern Europe. — Tlie subseoucnt facts, rr>i i.^ it i j t* a ^ • < ur ^ 111.u • r .1 u I I• Tlie Enirlisli squadron under iiear-.\dmirai Warren which are derive ,^ e a tn. i.• .• lurther to be ohservl^d. that, acoord-n.g loan accurate enu^ ^ ^^^f^re^'^j dehberating on his communKntiji., meration, these 409 house, were inh.biUMi by 4,-lJO fathmight itadv-aWe to invite Ofoat B/itam tosenda^nnd..• I L c .u 1 . • 1 ^ c run to tlie coast of HolUnd, to support the rMohmona nidies : and, assuaimg each of these last to consist of four , rt i j i i • .l . I ?i 4• J• I I I I. • I taken b^tlio rive Powers. Lord ralmerston. m th iiers^ms, tlie total nuutbur ot individvnls brouEht into di/ ,„ „ • • •. ii . M .1 I_ xc. iiiM\ ?. .uname of (jreat Britain, promiaad 10 execute this resohition rect contact with tho disease was 10.8(X). fcven in thu f \u> C ( crowded Aopulntion. scarcely more tlian one person in eit;!)** ^. / •**.> i • #^ i .l i .• teen was ^Lked-We may add. that Dr. i^aefe. one of T discossmn in the Belgian Chamber on the adop4m the leading practitiom^rs of Berhn, .mrms, ih*t ih*. daily f '^ protocoU was conunued throogh Thmsd.y and Foe •• • uI n> t day, toa Mte houron Saturdav. when, on a division, mm use of quinine IS, within his experienoe, a very effectual /', , -' *. ^ -.•<•.• Ti • J* u I whole project was adopted by a maioiity ol thirty veMs. preservative affainst infection. I his medicament has loni; _, J. /.,„,• "^ '' ^ j n i • been uaed in Holland, and with success, to arrest the raI Tin; adhesKin of iIk, Bolg.an governn^nt and the Belgian vagesof the intermittent fevers so coiuoion in tliat couu' '*'^''"^ ^ '^ propos.tmns of tho (onference. may try u 8 liroTokes hfile o,„re than a jeer; a Sub-Sec. of Slate — tho bi:^ labour's iii great— A seabby Two Thousand a year. ate sonif itenK* more— hut Joe Home, that great bore, T. f*" "O well earrK-d, Miy sD-er ; ^ x\^ ritate p:,y, to the wh.de .f the Greys, *|oor Hundred Thousand a year. The handbills which have been so extensively circulated by the parish authorities throo^liout the metropolis recommending all |M;rsons to pmviile tliemselves with spirits of tvine and i arn|>lior, mustard and linseed powder, sal vulat3n,and the essential oils of peppermint, cloves, and caiepot, has had the effect of creating so great a demand for those articles, that many of tliem have since risen io price upwards of UM) per cent, and some are scarcely procuraUe at all Ca}! put oil has risen from Is. per ounce to 9s Foivign orders have poured in to such an extent doring the past fortnight from the infected places on the continent lor Epsom salts, that it is with difficulty they can be manufactured to eiixhh: the wliolesaie deaUsrs to execute one-half of them. One manufacturing chymist. io Snow Fields, h<* no\> by him an order for ten tons to ship to Germany. We tear that during tlie present excitement the credulity of John Bull will he wofaily im)M>sc*d on. A tobacconist in Prii>ce*sstreet. Soho, displays a large placard at his door, stating*' a sure preventive of the Cholera is to smoke tobacco through an amf/er tube, which may be had within*' — and which lie terms ** An AntiCliolcra tube!** Anotlier o( tiits fraternity has advertised Cholera Morbus Cigars to prevent 4he poMihilHy of infection," while a worthy in Clieap'*Hle announces for sale — •* Anti-Cholera Morbus (MoiTH !" On Saturday a fellow managed to pick up no small quantity of coppers in St. PauPs Chorch-vard, by vendini? ** Cliolera Morbos Bulls'-eyes !" As to CkoUjra Cliarms," (the wellknown ** Abracadabra**) they arc as plentiful as blackberries. A Court of Common Council was held on Thnraday week in London, at which it was agreed that tlie report of the Board of Health, relative to the cholora morbus, should be rcfen-ed to a special committee, in ofder that proper regulations may l>e adopted by the authoritl|ia of tlie city to avert tiie introduction of this dreadful disease. — A j&blic meeting for a similar purpose was held at Brighton -.n Monday last. Several additional naval officers arc appointed to the Coast Guard Service in Kent, Essex, and Norfolk, for !*• purpose of aiding in the prevflntion of the cbokra morbus being introduced from the continental coasU. The treatment recoin?nionsome of the points, but is willing to observe the armistice with B;l;^iuui. Thus delay is pUinly the object he has in view, ami the chapter of accidents the hope Oft which he relies for deliverance from the terms of the treaty. AUSTRIA. The Aulic council of war has granted six months* leavn of absence to 15.0(J0 men of the infantry of the line, on condition that they hoW th#?mselves In constant readinfs to join their regiments. This iwasure has given general satisfaction, and has had a favourabk iuAuence npoA *Cluinge. GREECE. The bickerings between Count Capod*Istria, the President of Gretrre, arwl his snhjects. have bd to calamitous raaults for both. Tlie Greek Admiral destroyed the whok; of the fleet of tbe new Siate, apparently for the purpose of preventing its being taken p<.>*scssion of by the Russians, but really out of spite to the P resident. OoFriday there came the lidtogs, tolerablyjApU authenticated, that Cupo d*Istria has* perished at N^pi by the hand of an assa.s>(in ; but wbctlwrr the crintie was porpetratd fraKssion of f'alamata. tes iwd lH;tn cliawug away the Greek 1 *r I 1 !l m I ll'i

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* m i:i H te' 'itUi Ml r' f *^ ?y •, trough !, c of ,1KlStKrX!i!r::r: ''•^SUaBSr.l ..:jlAj^. ll iV** *>-'-, ,*"j?^ •f Ik Isv h^ iZTi •'****Hfn proceeiiirutt ever '")._ were ,,.to„,rj,,^^„^_ ^ ^^^ tion iu a re^^ular way, but •iNwy eflJuit to oblatn bu tiberst rkhout •€€•. Hit t,y, William HieW. F. H. Robert Harry, CU V. orge Hewitt, H. K. I>avid Marshall, H. K. Henry Brenyan. Cd. V. John Bronyan, CU V. Lowii Fenix. H. K. WiHtam ilorton, C'd. V, •4C,>'V '-' nrtii 1 I 1 ahainh<5i-. Ovor all thte pr..|msfd cliangta l|giiiAwrit* |jct lri.,|h.d. TIk comniirtw % ihe ex.iMiitioii (i ihe bill h,s t itru.Mr ),}$$ aiiMfiidnmwt!*, wl.idishartHi h difforent futJ from •p.. f ieriod at which we in.rt thi,, owing to eighteen "-ving been diiualifK>d. on tle part of Mea. 1 1 wdl feeriesaJy i&ehrge oor d^iy t^T ^ It ba. ever been f^maricMf by Sll"^^ wnter. upon political eoomjt that ril^ "^l and surest dely against a comJnn .^J* "Afl ""H the ni(wtif>g of tfitt alj very late Ih^ut at wl h .k1 < 3 l"*' .""^'P^^' ^'dV. Held, wHl delmr u. of L Z. ^ '^"''""">' ^'"'P*'*^" ^'"^'^ ^'^^ V. ol Uh> diance ol g.v.ng full infonua•'""^' T^Perkin,. H. 1 1 1 1 1 1 viMi among you doe aot kww. that b u^ and safesl mode of 4ff ge,>erous IlldSllJ! ffJ nd who among things, has a teodeacyt^j and exper^seof anotherlTod who^'^ng*^^ that the present system of your latest re^nirces, into'VhI'vortex of without EMUNIU*ATION- ep, by wlll,"^ cover the t^turt. ills of lives badly sL7li"!!?Vll mn the goW voted by a tanatic zial^^W^^ verislrod exchequer, as rewards (brrr„dl^.>&| ^gwiMfid, for tlie delilwration of the Chamber, a clause |f*elrtrigiiittlpruj.jct. which had been set a^de by the gpi0jiiiets of the Committee. The dause was intended UMi optm. in tlM3 enactment of tlie hiw itst If, a do^.r for ^rrvisloa and alteration at a tuture period, without alTectjlglbe co.utitueal authority on which tlie other parts of i,barter depend for their i*tabUity. I, proposed, that inrtirle might bo modifiwi hereafier by a dim-ronh-trislive froai the prcseou— The object of tlie Ministry in lib pMVWion was to admit the hercHlitary right of the fern In a future Session, should the opinion of ilie coun tyclinge,or should its bosUlity , hereditnrv rank beptti leas violent in Ihe course of events. This i)HKJent MM^I WHS outvoted. In this state of matters the ('hm^iliiie on I uesday to a vote upon the whole bill as tm^d in the d.scussioa of its deUiiU, when ther*. aojr.l m Uyour of .is passing, 386. and ag;.inst it on^ 0, TiK. minority was, o doubt, composo chief interest of the piece now bcL'ins in lot beirii; terminated.f The project of HedarinM the itueni bodv itrh Anr m./.u— w*al, from an ab^' jj ways and means less IrlT a /J'*''^"'!*^*i5il: ''^V'^^f*^* aud consequently the Peirs will be"^;;.|'i;" ^ns less, from a deterioration ia cJZT^ '" *'*^"'*' **" ^ retention or surrender of their own ftiniher of D. puties a constit.ieni bodv nro hac rice ha our frieritls the sue almost a nticipated 07*Evfry prrsim about U Uave these Islands afier taring resided therein for the ^ace of rmnr, r>.rs,aw ,tre serur^ty at the Secretary^ Oj^r^ or put up hisname in said OJiceforFimzs days/^mW, tc hisdeparturt^-af ter which, at any time during Foary-KivE D.yi,, a Ticket may be obtained. NAMES OF PERSONS IHth Ihornas Turnbal). 10th December ' .' cw^s^p'n 31^, *^pt. o. Ridd. *J January *. ". '\ ["*•; tTasimir Ruby Kol>rt Wier. try BY HENRY ADDERLEY. On Monday He%t, /Ac Oik AT THt TKNDUB ROUaB, At Id 0*ioek. as ^ Will be sJldfoTclth *• Superfine Floor, in barrels. Corn 10 bags. Ac. Ax. At fwe Mokk** inS J!'"'"' i'"** ""'• ^1 ^"^^ Potatoes 10 barrels Port & Slierry Wine 2 hhds. choice Brandy, in loisof 5 gallons. And to close Sale, 1 bale white Cottons. 1 case Handkerchiefs 1 case Seersuckers, do 1 Musqueto Neuini A A^ *^iim ^mint WLinh ^ ^•Sv^ •H i. ks irHhlK'1.1 ,„ „„r n,r. Krum ™„,.„| I • • ''M" Johnwn, CM V Himldie*ittt certamly be dis To bow low an ebb wrie ilx. r.. r^furrd. w.^..K-...„r *^"^ ''^''ffnammotrs patriots "n H. Fulford, H. K. Xbraham (Gardiner, C'd. V J<'ho SlH>rry, H. K. William Syrnmcmett. H. K. consequent upon colonial annihiha.u,, Electors? Fromthccircumstanrcsofoarr.1 from our want of the rooaas of aflSdinr T, export to the mother coTt" we a^ h2! *J^.^ 1 1 1 1 1 1 H-n they rondrsc.M,leurn, F. H. Md wfll |iiali64okey. Commaiuir On .r;, l" p-rre,.e.l by '• eommu„.ct^-. .^.^/^ Z, ^"l '^'^' "' -a. (burh^, .e .uppo.e,) ."o .L ^J.^'-' ^f ., /• 1 "lohn Saunders F U vote of rt,4K>ctability had I Joseph KempVp H I Joph Currv, H. K. I I'nry K. Kemp, H. K. Hobert Duncome, F. H.i H^nJHmin C. Chxton. VVilhrim G. Fulford, F. !f Clement HM" will find 4^'^ ursad power. Those of them who, like the Duke rfl.u,ar„es,prolV^Carl.Ht principles, „d po^s chi! i^u. vaUr, will s,>c-ak and vote against a measiin^ lijtrv-r u may cost, which must p,>^aV to them nni^t* jre..lu,.„ary. Others may iointl^.u fr,mi pique^d faatjfac.K,n ; an. ,f ,hu, a majority h. formod^o reject ibebili, the mob wil take up the cii • -' Wullducide what revolution be I':?5TOPmA89AIMr:p^ Check, """ '^•**'* 1 case fine Irish Linen, 1 case Jaconet Musi 2 trunks Ladies' Slioes, January 7th. BY HENRY ADDERLEY. Oh Monday next, the 9M inttani. At the Subscriber's wharf t II 001oek. A. MC. W ill be sold Logwood, Malmgaay, old Iron (be enijim,„ a*llbeoih*r at p#f.*rnt on e*hsiM pre,oei. x fbi., „|ee( i we ••> commisiioned NaraJ t'^ hom b dinner was h.df pay, and n given, psrty. uuuibr of \leTamler "SPBride, F. H. Ifonfy Addrrfey F H ^•"•-";^'r^to,F. H. I homas Necks, F. H (ieorge T. Walker, F.'lf. Xaam Bovd, C'd V John F. t;.omp,on, if. K. (ientlemcn. Your obear8 i 6th 7th <*ss af N.'u castle. Lord qiusfiod tlieir pensions on the Civjl ^ni\ Lady UNIifASSED 1 1 1 I iinu vt. .1 appear, to be fashionable, to toast Hi, r n Fr^ m ^"**1? ^ "' ^i*rt parties oniv w^ ^ c txcellency f/'^n* MonteH, F. H. fourrifT -I ^ "**^'^'' '' ' a deieune a '^"^'^ 1'vlor, F. H /.wrA<.. g,vcn by ,be f, respectabU I ^''^'^""^ PLarada CM J;;: ^^^^ -of Na^„ t: Tet :r":il'; 1^^" ^^""^ ^^i V. W UU^^, ^, ^^ j^^^^ ^ unlKMinded an^L **"M]r7 J'">^^n, H. K. withfo^lTtf-'"""' -i*-h.m; 1 I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mil TO THE i>'D LSDKPE\DE,\T ELECfW Op THP WESTERN mSTRIfT OF T..E ISLAND tl.Hl1l,H;r'rT '™-,'''"y after .lH,di*A..t rffM, I., |„ re-tlcrlod, hen..*.er "*7""f ?in to rail a new II I'ldte on >Vednes •*"'' JT "• we asBor*. >ou. that a strict wH , ^oi^ntmc to £l,im 4s 6d pf-r annum. This *a^,ie ^^ the residts o( the xp,,^ H, no posnre which look place We wish that a similar feelJan. 6th Turks Islands n ^ '>t Barracoa Flour, Cocoa, and fish. nr„ r r ^"^ *^' ^KwaLADE A^ Co. lirgX. Confiance, Savain, ^avti bouml to New York in distrt^u. Mahogany, Hides, Logwood, and CopQi tr ^^* 'e John Sroaa. Sloop HannahA Susan, Evan,, Turks Islands ^ lour, Onions and ship's materials. RAILED, -tl. M. schr. Kangaroo, Lt. Hookey. St. Salvaoor, with tipopa. ip * aibject last year. rbd been more extensive. -m tfstioaed m CiundK^r Castle. These, i^ 'ert WnrnK., consumed fifioen sheep, besides other a.S How dehijhtfuHy easy f><) days, blown of tlie Savain, put io 'cn out BY HENRY G REENS LADE A CO: On Monday next, tht 9tk instant, AT THE VENDl E HOUSE. At 10 o'criiMiit, jL as. The Cargo of the sloop Forager, from Turks Isbiads consisting of, Superfine 6l Rye Flour, in barctyls. Kiu of Salmon. '* Barrels of Mackerel, Clieese. 1 case Hats, 33 bags Cocoa, AND^ 1 case Coflr(H> Mills. Terms immediate CASH. January 7th. cost several times, and short of proVisions. In a gale, part of tlie car^o wrtiZ.: hoard, and much damage efTprtoH t..L u..?. "'?*" over(kie, ;^r.,., .io,ni„,„n,„n;;'.tt"'™'-"-"" NHJfked with hi us own," as he 'asy to ' do imagined.— iSVaw/arrf it wouM pleiafr onse; that period kn^s your Ust inteiests shall not fnlost sight nT by us ; rfitt 1 I fou r. jxp-••> ^'^^^^^retl^^^^^^^ --'^lf the r'arathat the r,*i b^ been 5 Val^lV***'' 1*^ hw i, .^^ 1 1 1 1 •lertinf 1. an*! fl t**^* the prup>riy of francs, oraboa; John \V Uliams, CM V •Aupu^Smith, f'h.* John vmwn, C'd. V. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ll 1 1 n^inUmT''" r^'^^ 1^'" ^"' --"''n^' '" -IH^^ nitain. tlu^nherent rlc^hls and privilcg:^ of La We have the hoo.ir to be, iltr.n J. :.*."' '.^'^ ""•"•' they are to enconra;;^ fh CHRIST cut RCH PARISH. lib So "fe'i^ios. oor.^ and tliegupenny Loaf 110. IIOE. By order of the Vostrv / *- ostry. '^^^'ll^ '*^PENCE,Vestrv Clerk VEirar Room. 8d January. IS.-^ ^ **''^* nuary, 1832. :ivoTicE7 Ta!.'!:?:^?'I^^'/K '-"^i-g to leave this April n.., for the United Si;;^. ';:h,C;: .rpe" "*•"< <1. to make Dayni..n nn r k.r ™ April sons fcrv'^Air.;"".'"^"'™"'" ' "^f'Tctbe IO,h January 7ih. F. TCRNER. BY HENRY GREENSLADeTcO. On. Monday next, the 9th, instant, AV THK VKM)t r BofHE At XI O'clock, IK. Will be sold HirlTTr"'^"'? *" '"'•^'^^ -"^ half barrels. Kice and ( orn, in bags, Soap and Candles, Haou, Butter, Lard, Onions, Pine Apple, and other Cheese. Clear Pork, in barrels, IVkles, Chesnuu, Stationary, Ladies', (ienilcmen's and Childrai's Shoes Potatoes, in hampers and hnrreb. ALSff^ ^n!^/^'*'-'' •"^'"*' ^^^^^^^^^^ ^'^y i louu. 4. I I 'I Terms — C January 7th. very U'^^-'niZ^^^^^^^^^^ thefireTock ;" rhey are to watch ^'^ oJ,.! "\^" ''^-''-nption. which may directiv : '''^irr;r^*'^-"---f the rorormgL.tTo:^ e occawatch J^ A^T^ED.-A steady middle-aged womar^fT;;^ T character, to wash, iron, and cook, for two .i„^ ""v /:,P'^'^"I" enquire at .his office. ""•• N. b. None need apply wIk) cannot come mended. January 4lh. wcU recom'^^^^^^^^'""''^•^'''••ro lion.' rfioirt fo arms io c.ise of atfer.-nl S^ k """"• ""<. •> '!•* * Z ,C '"' '•"-' """" •• -16 60 5a 5i .17 •* m mknk M. • r — • •"11 ^iiiii jji;! iiaij bees ^ ed to nil?''"'' '^^ H"^""ts. could not be esfsdh Z.ZIV"'^'^^'''^^^^^ Acrordincly, th-Ti "f here.1 trr?!.! ^** ^^"^ niinoritv for tincontiiMisiif — namelv . *'^„^'"'^"'< ChandK^r on tbn^i^mcifku tl^^S/ar V^.^ T^^' should emlure C.r'lilir; !HaU TrJ^" """'''^'^ ^'"'"•d be unlimited. 0. ^^^ I r'>V05,ag diffcicm mode* of election instead of tir n^ uii; ^•"•^caliieM^ Vi. :' "";" ^"'n''' • no, mnoriK the leas, of ^w^ „.... •"•"-" 'o h. HHv.rso ,„ ,h,. h,,l. But do., AnH are th^^ nof many h And ink fr onest |.7^'>deni,,„-:ii';;-/;" ucb an e,,H.,b.„, f Firmr 1.^.. surely do more than threats to ad•^ie 'huh ^Ide. Tu A-^"'" *hich makes *. I'hat 1. aT r '""*'*'" " ^""^^ the religion of ^ni(,an, """•' onr,.,i,pruously of all otiier Uius. FOR WALK, The House and Prrmi^es at present occupied by Mrs. PoHior. TIkHou, i. room v J^ ronveni..nt, with a laree Kitchen and wash b.lla(re into x\^ BI.h, hill road. This lnd will 1^ d^ pos^-d of in one or throe lots. At.piv to September 17lh. JOHN W. MIL LER. R a MT m ^f a MRS. HOWARD, Jr.*!.;, 're;.med her BoAaor^o LhTAnnsaMKNT, in tlie CalU de los Ofcios norti. of the Government House. ^ The very airy and commandlne situation of this hotuM. should command Ur' attention of all travelbrs ^^ climate. June 16th. BY JOHNSON 4c SAUNDERiT On Monday neM, the 9th instant, AT THE VENDirE HOUSI, At IO O'clock. A. ML Will be sold Superfine Floor, Suc.r, Tobacco, Rice, Corn, Soap, Buttnr, Lard. 4u:. iu, 1 r."^^ "^'^ Month's CrtdsL I case Florentine. 1 do. fineCambrirk, 1 do. do. Jaconet Mrwlin, 1 6o. Uncy Handkerchiefs, 1 do. Cottons, Chintz, Check, fine white Jean 1 ';'kl>ay and Martin's Blacking, 1 '^o.f orn Mills, 3 do7. Shovels, K Jk' *^;'' V'''' ''''^' Porchasers. Kegs ShinghnfT Najj,^ "• An assortment of Iron Pou. Oven. A, 12 punchs. Barhadoes Rum. "'^"^ Janu.rv 7th. It I 1 'n a warm JH, gam. — *'•' pTivaie i>ar^ 6 hhds. cboiee Mader Ai\ ^ -ria Wine, 40dow.„ do. do. do. 00 dozen do. Teneriffc do. 1 trunk Gentlemen's Shoes, blue pinner Sets. HENRY GRELNSLADE ^l Ca :A December 24tli. *vi^ '"^ii V

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1 • ^ Sll I Hi i] ^i; i,i^ ,•1 HORSSSiinMSSai! mmm jiff n Ai Vki^mcU^ Nrnm^r-i. |ii4*iltiug,liutfX|H-iiioyiiiaiuiclhby rcvuhitHHi. Wtf hmre iWi MfH ii l Wtile|4ont|lw; vilrf 8n4 tJelrttctiii escief into wmik\e(kiCt\\miwtMlyAtMnMMm9( ommibkiCuniMtutkm, lik-ii itir iieMiriniirt pifi frMutk |Mrt uf llie pupiiiatMii of It hi Q*ieiHiHily mucMttr^ to iliwart the intercited deKrM<4lNUi imiulfpidf not iu.r tucti iurendiaritni. We know tltiit, in cfiO manii* ulifc UNtout ti^ Mttd |ru|Nfrty wbicli ilnnte 9utra);i% liMve } facturini; districtN |*MriicuUrly, llw ** l'ioj of tlic Tradt?**' o< .t^i4itM.-l, but ifljui Im^cuum) of tilt* ten*\ency Uk'V Imvi; l<* | it Mlaniiiiiirty exiriMivo ; aitJ vlkuu we conikkr tlie influence i It flBRgam M weU find, in the suJ, iImiIki tnu iwiti^ ...,.^_. (wliich, in dmrity, w hope lie it), M^ mWu refined — if in enmeft, the unlMModedesi dbn|gr, and tlie uionstrouif ioaane, tad iii|iirt iIm! i^roai aiid ko*nI cajMie of ri't'unii. But, 6f\trt" r.itiitt^Ns we du tile ci'iie)t of violence and bloodilied w)ii<-ii liuve tnieli pJUc<*, we 4fv not urprte|iro<'il by their b*iter jiil)j;iiiuiil, Mre evinced in ib'sternbU* iiuioner, ikJ like tlM* Ut'vy eruptions of m vtfUsiwo sprvad ruin Antl deuiaiion far and wide, Pity i| is Uuit Kii|;li|tmeu cannot he purIumUimJ to beat ^ a Utile with dignified contewpl tbe %*'*trn^ tlir iiMHrk^ry and the fultfiKioda of iJie bbnd and rtrcklcM farttiHi who ttaw ae Utug li*'U tbrsi in bomUge.and wIm, in despite of uvwy proof to tbe comrary, continm? to r<'prei>Ht tlieiii a licin);iu loe, wttb tlieir chains. It in, liowe ver, scat c*;!^ to be b4iiV(^ tW the k>s iiKellertuid, iliv uiedMnti-d and lix^ lower clusef of aocit^iy, potM'HM^d of stroiii; paiiAiiiiiK, and littk* accnstonied lo roi^on aid to rll#c4 uimij cnM*i|tieftcesshiHjkJ always quietly en dun.' the provokiug trratUM^nt of such individual's as lie mIioims apftciiriince in Btislol lias auuketird llie Ten* jCt-Miice of wUkh be LOuJd luil latl to he tlie object. One niotciufiit lu favour of reform wiis mtpde flft?r another, iM'iiiioii jificr pi'iilioii was sful, uniil alntost every city and ItMutktt in iUe etmutry had leslil'iod its lieelings and desires un lite suhjeci, ajtd yit tin* vtnce of tluf nation WW* roiiMiMiiily o||H>Med by thnt W ^lr Cbarlcs Wrtlicrtll, and bin ftvblt* hrf4lb was e>ri luMingly and rilirubMtly Mtiit ii^tlJi eit Cij^iuirr C4irii;nt to drive Ih>fmo il the biiiricMiMt o( public opinion. I'be ftilMe aod iifitiiiini; asscrtitnis tliat no reform was wanted, himI (luit tf traction in llectable cilijwns, on tbe other luind, for tbe preservation of tlie (>ublic|teace, possesses a moral influence which can aeifor be acquired by any otlier agency. Were out mecliHnics and lubourers to see tlieir employers, and others in tbe same rank in life, united lor ilie purpose of supporting the throne and ilie couMtitutk>n, and, at tlie same time, of promoting a ** full and e0ectual reform'* of existing abuses, and of preventing tlie out-l>reaking of tumult and disorder, llio agitati>r would soon find, witli Otitello, bis occu(>ation to he gone, and tlie jureai object of national desire would be accumplislieii by jteaceable and constitutional mean.H. From the I.oudun Caurier, Nuvrmber 3. In No. 91 of tin; Quarterly Rcriew which is just publislied, tlwre is one of tiie most ioji^enious burlesques on cliolera that ever emanated from tlie press. It beats tlie /.iVmi of Mysore, at the Ad,lplii Theatre, liollow. But erceived tliat tragedy. We can only allude, in this sliort notice, to a •'•••r ImImnw wtort d an endhMw an tliat of llie fabb^d Si.vplMiN. Haviiifi; heard so little of Sir (Iwrles (i*r so mt stu>ri ikm^ pnst, we had almost lltitterc>d tMiriteUes i^tto t K! belief itiisl bis conduct would only be viewed with rillent loiitenipt by the cotinliy, and that wliriever lie niiifht Hppear la* would nlv lie considered lo be unwortliy of no;i(*. i>i nian couM douiii (ir a nnmieni i;f his extreme nop. fMdariiy, and even lie himst'if must I ave Ui'n aware iImi Im* wa* an object of j;;eneral execration. We ranuol iN->iiMie, lU-refoie, in pronouncing' all the circumsaiKws conii-<-iet u iili bis journey to Bristol to have la-en r.xerceling of a few and grnf na ; but it couW srarcf ly (nil to k it,. iIh; few of the ^M-omineut features of this exquisite equiro<[ue. It sets out with a nwiimiy (ckaut ivguhre) on tla; dirty habits of tiie Kn^lili,as compared with tlieir continental neighbour)* — o!)e a train of reniediesor preventives ofchulera. We must have a Board of Ih'alih in every town and vilbige — nay, in eveiy district of a town ; ttie whole popiilatMMi must lie orgnnistd, including magistrates, medical officers, attemlanlsun tlie sick, couiinissaries, conveyers, and buryers of the dead— ill prepared lo be separated from the community** ! The houseliolders are to be prepared for" a gnat addition to the poor-rates.'* llopiuils are to be erected in the outukiris of every town and village — burial pbices are lo be inclosed and furnished with stores ol Ume," — every thing is to be done. to insure a .* f ,. -, lavish a bimdaiice of water every wliere'*— and tlK?re •wMmaiHHi of die |H.,M.lace to M-e h.m come an.oni; them *lK>uld be de,H>U of medicine (includiojr wine and bramlv) iiii all ilH, pomj, a,.d jaira.ie ol a public procession, surand of lime in every district ol die town"!! • Famdiesarr rounded by a liosi ol |l.e imni-l. of uili., cuarded by a j lo b.dd ihenmlves in readiness for immediate flight, and j'* civil power shoidd l)# prepared to take charge of tlie ^gmE DlCiCSi^t Eilltor. dency of the proposed reuiody, will cover iS cub*, disgrace, oml execration*, so bMig ns hi* lucubration aliall be reiueiuborod by his PORTUGAL. We understand that the Marquis ^atmoj. vT^ over to England for tlie purpose of takiof tln^f'^l tlie expedition fitting out against the Hetp^ 5 Tlie Portuguese oflicers. both in thb eonntrvM/ liave received directions lo rendexvona gf p-fci^j ,^^.^ mailars oer ports by a fixed period, wliere the "^^''-rf^i^S^B ^* w .L^^^ bark tliem. ^ii™il^^^ The accounts from Lisbon, of the 14th h ^^ i infoiroation had been received, that dm €12^'' Army in Terceira consists of from ten to tTjhJjjj"^' men. and WED\U!DA1 JA.XXARY II, lN3!i. %'ai^ l~.Ko. LI^ THt BAIIAMV ARGUS. lpfLlSHRI> 8KMI-WKKKI.T IN NASSAU, M. f. was going Tlieir operatk) it was expected that, on the 13|h^ ^aZiJ [ to take all Portuguese shipply j^ rations against Portugal will sooiitti^Il?^ against Portugal RUSSIA. Tlie Gemuin papers state that a br|e has marched to reinforce the troops in the nri Wallachia and Mohlavia. INDIA. We have received Calcutta papers to tha POETRY. srjs: THK POKT*?^ HKIOK. \f(^tn after mring a Portrait of Mm. Haynr$ Htiyfy.] "* Tliey state, that for some time an epidemic had (imS in that presidency. It seems to be quite a tS^ and therefore, is not descrilied by name, bet oalyTj symptoms, whicb are sneezing, oppression of titik nicking pains in the limbs, and, in some cases, Tm|!,| fever. It is, liowever, of easy cure, and no IWiZ!] from it are mentioned. BRAZIL. Tlie accounts from Pernamburo are of the HtliSn^] ber. On the 14tb the military m the place, .ttwrZ about 1000 men, mutinied against their commsaAu sembled in grouM, and immediately conimeucad ph^ ing tlie place. They continued the greatest excflMt| tbe 17ih, when tlie citixens took up arms and tiiilrli them, killing about 250 of the soldiery. The klai the citixens is stated at only 20 to 30 men ; tlie bair ceeded in making tbe whole military force priiOMa'|r| were renmved to vessels in tlie bay, where Uw^ naiaj] when iIr* English (>acket left tlie port. The locilah lilies bad not decided on the final destination of tbta^ hut it was understood they would be sent to Rio iwa Tbe loss of tlie English merchants and st>reLfvp(ni ported to be very serious. The towns plnnderoda log are Boa >'i8ta, San Antonio, and Recife. Mo l^\ house had been attacked. BY MI.SS KAaiKtK. wreath the ro^es in thy hair, p*iftse of Tory einstabls, awl defying tlie vengeance which wtMibl ullierwiae have slumbered, or UM-rely been espresml like tlie lairniless grunddinf of the distant itiunder. Any peisoo jfiltt\l with iiwxleraie sprinkling of cMieiiM>n ense might have perc*ived tliat it was a most nnlikely Mode of preservinc tlic peace of the city to make S.M h |H>ni^>ous preparations a>r the safe-conduct** of tliis ohiH>Jii*ais imlivldual, and to call forth so many Tory hirelings **dresf<, retaliate with deeds o( outrage and violence, rhewj and other rooi!erations ffo (at to convince its of the projirirty of forminir from amons^l tle middle clasMs of .aMcien of persims and property. We consider soma nicasure of this kind to be necessary, tecausc the Kenerai peace of the (ouiitry is en•awfrted by two parties •how motions we cannot wat( li l4a iMrrwlv, aa kingdom, throotih the agency vf that foolish l^aie, and in>lei.i daring by ahich Sir Cliarles Wethertdl and his compeers aie so much ditingnilied. To tindisgrace of humanity, lie it ronsuiered, that wc have reason to sup^iose, thai many of tlie old and bigotied Tones delight in lliese scenes, which wvry well constiluled mind must deplore, and have ikir em'iuaries at work etMh-aviMiring to excite public anarchy and confosion. Cmiki iliey but succceed in prwluciiii: an insurrvciion — accoin)ianicd with its never failint; concomitant, the destnictioo of life and property->iu some of oqr provincial to*ns, and then get tlie military to shoot and sabre down a numb,.r of the guilty and innocent togetlier, tliey imagine that tlie (Joveranivnt would be sp-dily embroib^d with llie pe|de, that the steadfastness of tli King wou'kl give way, and that a|eneni| dt-sire wonid arise for the continuance of •• lhinf!ts they liave been" in preference to a reliimi obtained at the expense of so much preliminary turlHil*'nce ami Mooeclue a bitter irony. The best of tlie mock *• Code Sanitaire" is yet to ^ come. First, all houses are to lie disfurnished, and the I i>cally intended to uoiie! furrtf.re j, to \^ p„| ;„ g^mc stable or out-house Sei ^SESS^^* rondly, we are to get rid of all sujHjrfluoiis domestics," and lo take care that those wh ,m we retain are to liave no communication with their neighbours. Thirdly, we are to unpentirely of furniture one or two rooms for tlie infumary— '• tiie nearer the ik>r, the more distant from the apartments of iho healthy, the lielter." To these alone most tiic pliysician arwi the police inspector have access." lourthly, we are to provi9. At Berlin, tlie cliolera continues to incn^asr; oatlal ult. the total number of cases up lo that day wi i^ and of deaths 974. by tlie Austrian Obierrerai \kk ult. it ap|M-ars that the number of cases of dwisrsaVe na to tlie 15th was lCi5, and of deaths IWa The faculty in Germany have come to a unaiiiiMiscision, tliat tlie cholera with them is not contagitNB. This disease makes comuaratively little pnftsi Hamburgh. Tlie number of cass is not gresi, tvim but tlii> dissolute and filthy are attacked. Tlrrefo ble |arl of the fiopoiation ajipear to regard tke ^ with very little apprelK-nsion." Tlic clndera morbus, after making great bsfoe iaa| the pilgrims at Mecca, has reaclwd Coaseir sadSw!.* bth of which places it is raging in the nMWt |Nrters of tlie present a)inihi< rrniien, and iIm ir v\xt, ni of relorm. must sternly and feailessly opjmse. Wr allude to tlHjsc demiLt.-uswK>, Iwiving no slake insociety, can loseown .... — ^. and vapour baths ; wines (e>pecially yood port and sherry) brandy, opmm, cahmiel, mustard, bnseed BM>al (ether' cajeput, and a case of lancets" ! Fifthly. all h-tters and supplies of fooe drawn up to a wimlow of lUehni floor, by nH^ans ol a rope, having a yard of chain ami an iron pail attache*! to it." The pl.^.ician slnmld carry a plual of cbbride with him wherever he gees. His hands, after touching a patient, slRmbl be carefully washed, and tlien sp^mged with tlie solution of chloride "— Quartrrijf Hrrietr, p. 2f>6, 273. Many of mir rra.hr^ wilt suppose that we have been hoaxing tUm. thotigh we declare that wr have quoted inot .^crupnlously ; hut a Mill greater numlnT, who read tU article m i\^ Quart,, ly, will Inlitv,. tlKreviewer to In^iM\x%. Ineuiy p^iulol Mew, however, the nriler will FOR MALK— At thin Otfec Bills of Lading, Bdls of Excliange, Bills of Sale, Manifests of Cargoes, Blank Forms for llie Custom House, Leas(>s and Releases. General Court Writs, (vcneral Court Executions. Inferior Court Writs, Sub^Kfna \N rits. Su^pcena Tickets, Police Summonses, Police Permits. Police Warrants, Militia Warrants, Bills of Sale for Vessels. Mortgages (with lionds,) Warrants of Attorney to Confess J odfa>r* Attorney's Warrants, Arbitration Bonds, Apprentice Indentures, Powers of Attorney, Obligation Bonds, A:c. iVc. Ac flu. AihI wear a brow of (iride : W<*ll may the worhl (n thee Meein fair— Ttiou art a poet's bride fitr thee the iMinl haii woke tbe lyre. For thee has breathed the lay. For thee }MMired forth his soul of fire-— Ho proudly on thy way ? I're heard it toM in EatHern tale. That at each evening's close, TKe laiisic-brtwihin/j nightin}:ale ti^inXS to hw tove, the rose Aad thou art liajipy as the flower. If the sweet legend's true— > >Vho by thy beauty's gentle power IInni won thy ninsirel too The sunflower (nings a gilted bard), s4oe as the day's beKuo. I'mhis. with tt tix'd and liuid regard, Vtn ever le th son !— Hut timu canst boa.>i ot more by far I'kiin .uch mute homage britigs ( Far thy yonii;; spirit's guiding star N^t only U>okeM ran stay TIm tIeetinK wings of happioess— Go proinlty on ihy wuy. STANZAS FOR Ml SIC. Thoii'rt false to me — thou'rt falv to ine. An*! pride should teach ine to forget ; But ntili tny heart b4>ats warm for thee— 1 loTc thee yef, I h>ve thc yel I thought to stdl Each burning thrill, I thoight to diown each fonti regret ; But ah my soul Forhids controul— f loe thee yet, I lore thee yel ? 8iill 'midst the gay I'm seen. I'm beanl — My mother |(ys to hear me sing ; Nm ilrem< th:it, liLe the wounded bird, 1 bear the shaft beneath the wing! But in my bower. At twiligiit hour, I aKiurn o'er hofies forever set { And tearx might lell, How niueh trMi well I hive thee yet, I love thee yet f N. B. — Job Printing execult d nith neatness |>atcli, ii|ion good paper, and on moderate itrnA January 4, 1S32. d^ Frvm the London Couritr, OetoUr 86. BELGIUM. H ! be seen by tbe suhjoineil extracts from the BnisjaPspen which arrived this niornintr, timt tlie statement wwe were enabled exclunivelv to make, of th*adopjjnftbe decisi For this information, thus convnvetl, tlie ^of the f\.arie known before tlie en<\ of llie week : ,j. •• BRCSSELS, Oct. 22. "TklT"^' ^'xtnril of Ministers yesterday afternoon. MniTv *''^''* ulfpf„dfnt says :— • We know at Icngtli the ••••^ wbl^"**""^''^' '^•'^'"'''"" *" ^^'' Conference, to which ^UleT **" '*"'"' ^^ "*•• ''^'r, of ha%ing our ports ^**our tomtory ini-adud by a Prussian armv, and liaiieHIBiiiifllHiiiiiiiiiBHiHH^ our treasury subjected to a conlributiiH of HO miilious of tiorins, to pay Uie expeaaie of the occufiatiou.' *' Yesterday luorning llie 1st ban of tlie Civic Guard of Muns uuected, and so contrary to its wislies — there remains ioi me now, %s well as for my Colk;agues, wbo are like roykolf counsellors of tlie Crown, a nn'lanclioly and painful duty to perform. Tlie fulfilment uf this duly we cannot avoid, placoil as we are under tlie law of a necessity whicb cannot he mistaken, and with which it is iuipoatiittle to contend, except by subjecting to incalculable chances the present and i'uture welfare of tbe country, ami, |ierha|is, by sacrn ficing tlie two conquests of our ievolutioteotiary to sign Ui'is trcialy. IMie tiHth article of tlie Constitution, which says No cession nor change, no addition of territory, can take place but by virtue of a law,* loiiiially opposed this, and at tlie same time |iointed out to llie Govortiimmt liie rmirso it had to foUow. Il is to remain faithful to the principles of tlie Constitution, tofullilan obli<^alion wiiirhit iiii|ioses on ut, iImi we came, gentlemen, hy the Kinw'^ orders, lo>ubmit to your consideration a project of law authorising the Government to consent to tlie cessions of territory stipulatud in the treaty of |ieace, and to coiiclade financial arrangements. Amid the (lainfulscnliuienls which affect it, llio Government will not leave you in ignumnce of tlie motives which have determined it to take on itself tiiu responsibility of llie initiative which it now u-^es. Tlie nation, whose destinies arc now lo be definitively fixed ; and you, Gentlemen, wlio repres4>nt it in tliis place, sliall be acquainted with our thoughts. If ever the courage to siieak with fruukncs was necessary it is now — it is in relureuce to the weighty interests on which you will bav< lo decide. To be silent, or to dissemble now would be. I will not say, weakm'ss in a Ministry, but baseness. Yes. genlleuK'n, tiie question which the project of law raises, is si weighty tiiat tlie whole future fate of tlie country bt involved in \\rt solulit>n. If. at atiotliei time, profioaals like tlie conditions now imposeil on us, had lieen made to Bel*;iuiii, tlie Government might have shrunk from tlio task whiib it now performs : it would, periiajis, liave said to you, Reject tliese conditions — tliey are unjust and partial I>e)>end on t!ic goodness of your cause, in tiuie, if iHqtial in gUiry and nii.\i'ortune, after prodigies of courage, has fallen. Can it lie mcLssary to tell you tlic intliH-nce that its fall must have liat is w t limited inerrly lo our interests and tliose of HollaiKJ, htil that it affects, in many iKiinls, tlie interests of Europ<\ Our patriotism, our national pride, wounded by tlie sentence of llie arbitrators, wlio liave just decided lM*tween Holland and us, may revolt at tlir< intervention of Euro|ie. It is, nevertlH"hs<, a fact which we cannot do away with. This fact, besides, is not new ; il has its sanction, it has precedence in history. Other pec of seeing iImmu realised. TIh* Powers (it woohl lie idle lo ulleujpt to di&sembb; it)nct in concert, and the decisions of tlie Conference, as the note arconipanying iIk^ treaty discloses, are final and irrevocable. These words ilerive esjiccial force frtini tlie circunMtances and iIk' neci^ssities of tlie moment. Tlie unct^rtalniy which, for this year pnst, lias involved llw> aiairs of Euro{ie iu cousot|ueaco of tbe [irotracted sus|M*nHe of tlie Belgian (piestion, cannot U; prolongoii williout leading to tlm crisis which it is so greatly desired to (Mrcvunt, and which every day's delay renderi^ nmre imminent. •* It is now for you, (entlenien, to decide whetlierwiiat is demanded of us, wlietlier the cessions of territory which are the price at wbidi pt^ace is to be oflWed to us. can be reconciled — 1 will mit say with tlie interest of tlie country (it is partially and violently injurod) — I wiU not say with its affections (no regard has been paid to them) — hot with its existence as an inde^iendent nation. For, Genltemen, however melanclKily it may be, we have now told yon the wliole truth. The question is now before you. it is owr opinion. It is to be determined wliether we will or not. w lielbur we can or not, form an indo(Mmdonl nation with llie territory, as il will be circumscribed by tlie stipulations of tlie treaty. ** Gentlemen, we hare not concealed frowi owrselvet the objection that way lie madeatfainsl the {Hroject of law laid In-fore you. We have es{)ecially foreseen the argunienis which it will he easy to draw from tlie condition in which tboM; of our countrymen, of our brethren, will be placed whom the treaty sej^iaraies from u*. *' Nobody appreciates b'tl f m sliares more warmlv, than wc do tlie regret and the grief excit*d in tbe soul by those forced separations, which tear from our adtM-iions. from our sympathy, tlnise wIh) formed with us only one family, and who so p. Wc have been compelled to enter on tlie course in which you see us. And may we be allowed lo say. that in acting thus, we liave reckoned on your suffrages, on the generosity even of those of our brethren to whose expatriation we aro obliged, nnfortutiately for ourelve, to suliscribe. Wo said to ourselves, lluit tlmugli frustrated of tbe hope of having with us a coainion country, tliey wouUl not. Iiovever from |lerNon^l motives, desire lo draw on Belgium the misfortunes which would accrue to it from resistance to a decree which must be suhmittetl to ; tliat tlM*y would not wish to seo the country which they quit, t> he entirely effacentlemcn, in ascribing these si-ntimcnts to otir brethren T ^|o and we defy the future to refute our words. If recognising tlie necessity which presses us, you sanction tlie project of law which is propoaed loyou, when the fatal day of separation conies, while tlnw address a |iainful and vmI adieu to this country, which necessity obliges us to abandon, they wUl — from wudies for itsgk>ry, its prosfMirity, sjid it4 happiness, and contidenily relying on its future destiny — ttiey will apfieal with us to time and lo Providence to reform an injustice which, on our part, allow iH.ffcntlemen, to repeat it for tlie last lime, we bitterly deploro. *' LKoroi.ii, KiKiitif THf. Bki.oiaks, To ail presijnt and i" copie, ffreeiing. By llie advice of our Council of M;i;ilers, we havQ charge*! our Minister of Foreicn Affairs to present lo the Chamlicrs, in our name, tlie project of law. tiic tetiour of which folhiws: — ** Consiflering litat, by tlM'ir acts tif 15th October, llio Pleni|ioteotiarie9 of tlio Five Gieal Powers, SMembbid in tlie Conference at Lomlon, were resolved on llie basis of I ;' (ratitentiaries, tbt^ final and irrevocable conditions, is entorcvd on Belgium and Holland ; • • Seeing Article 68 of the ('nstitution, We have, with the common consent of the C)iambers, decreed, and we ordain as follows : — • (Only article) — Tlie Kinij is autliorixfNl to conclude, and to sit'n the difinitive treaty of ar|Mration between Belgium ami HollaiMl, agrer