The Bahama argus

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The Bahama argus
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Nassau, Bahama Islands, W.I.
George Biggs
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 16, 1831)-
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Latest issue consulted: vol. 5, no. 47 (Dec. 26, 1835)

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SBAHIAMA ARGUS. our wemury s ted e coouaibumo or mif Pili of ad hI Ee ot system. Thi m Ay he a m
-- Idoris, to pay dhe esoap f tem aimpathm.' arising Roam l i rnof dinrut s daly e ached a hin
som es" I-WUMKL IN *UAU, I In. Yesterday aoniu lb t has of Lsh Civic Gue of by rorated Beli We believe it to he so, ety
-Mos a d Tournay, wmic was to Ng t Na ivedI v I will ber ua whom, U(inlame, that we have
3agl far n- a-as eo. orders to proceed immediately to Antwerp. odrloiA tosdlpel asrer a o h aIl to ow i .
"CHAMBER OF REPREMENTATIVY E fashave no thed th expemnd ueom, a ihe dewtemi-
rrnet or O sct. l*t.a of ti Fla OwUI s ornasres imme torped betw
Aler theiu d ol do poormh of yeseay had w wishsaiondal hope of sing the mrealid. ThePow
ibne sIe, d ai ppcrod a me other ha niteem er (it wruald hde to atlu pl to deemblbe i)c it l
ScteLd. Ro& r asked if ny enumaias frolm the a, uad he, ducos of the ConfOeroce, U, a r*
Goverumat wouu ld h made, to which th Preida replild compoyi ng e treaty ddiscla, are naal lrmweo.a
it was Supected livr t-orw~ai w, oon aft wh ich dti Chai Thee wo d derive esperial fere from d re dmumamme
S---- her Wke aup, hiMt the Mo amrs lM d hardly ris wheno I d the neemkita of the mo let. The -mai sy
POE TRY. Miser for Foireig ABais sent word thai hle ced a- o il, for this year peal, bas involved ld sat of Eu.
THE PoET's aR Irs umsiatna to oiake from the Kig. The President meet p i eamnqae of theprouacteid aupee of dthe Dl.
Fo Oaa T of RI toc aUll beck tie Members who remained is the pmrieo in gin questio, cant he prolonged widhmat leading to ie
ipi epr rini a Perftofl of M fr. ym to1.] cp orquunce of t i rain, and the iftn m ied, cmls which is so gealy desired to prevent, and which
ir mit rTmis oit was resolved to hve an evening smtitmg at eiht o'clock. vary doy' de l ralead mN imonisenL
w meth ei row s ilh hir EVENING aITlNU. It i now or you, Gentlemen, to decide wheL at
mWa art a dn eo t it- I. M al. lenam, for Foreig Ahi, esMedd the e is deomded of s, whether bhe cais of m rrl y whic
ST L e a pose's l de une d sad :-' G iane, aduMe ha ibhi hla ee e r e prieaM whi peace e tobe olvad to be
Far the o Iod e the y, a yr sl yao, e trdyy, D te Q o u wedl by dh rociled--l lot am y with t itedo's s fth cyomm
Fr toe a has heam d the ly, Uovermnme i the l*tu ngotiem-M ellhr hevi ph s (st is partially ed violendy jlured)--l wr my w
t the pourmd Aort uofY r-- ye iapeevering eortB follod by me ale a maped. u afectious(o regard hu bau pid to to )-a With
e pudly on thy ay! d, ad m Iso ntrary to its wilhes---4hv a eam es its eainstae e s mo aedOI p Ldeem atin For, Oemnm ,
Shod it to le masele, ow, as well as for my CTlu h e sm like aysif however mdansholy it may be, we have snw onM d
That al b l at a l. cmselle O of the Crowe, a m L y ul psulM dw hle auh. The q ds itn me befo yoL i is ou
r Themk-,mhuIoh pr t form. T he ul atum t of thi dewe we cn ea i oplm It i to be determined bwhes r we *w lr st,
Bt etobi lh. 0 e- imL paced we ar under s he lw of a aemnkity whic whet we mca or not, form ar ildepelt amle w
AId Am be a e b um. set be maistaku, sad with which i is isposi ,teL s c end the territory, u it will ckremodcribd by the alpadm a
W I thy tam-sm g nE le pew.- ar by ~osisg to isculculle oh*bo the par~ of the treaty.
Hm thy letal e d am wselfarsm the cI t u ar so. perhaps, by ncii. G" lines, we have ot cemealled fem easIrg .
Th cL gll ,ing dhe two comu"ms of our reguldti-in.deptadeo objadl tee t my be letagtai Ith peeot of he bid
Siae (stlo s e adln). and liberty. The tregly of poem deermiind on, he beWor you, We hae especi ly froam dam wrg me
T' iT dt A 's o sug ar,. Cofwmenca sipulatm, in Articlds l8 d 4, cesm of r- which u will be may to draw fro the comditi m in which
i Lor wlro ue e Ikud- rit ry in favour of l olland. The Governima could a thoe of our amo*rymeea, of our brethl W be pleed
m thlu en buelt by fa utlharise its Plenipoloetiry to sig thi tuly. The 68h whom the traty msepames from m.
S ThMe suc mute homage bakgs article of tl ContitMtioi, wbich sy No cesion uor Nobody appreciates betem n dlams ms wrly,
Fr thy yoeng spril's guiding swr change, no addition of telrriory, coa take place but by than w do the regma and the pieecied is the al by
e onely ltks. but si s! virtue of a law,' l urmlly oppumd this, amu at tle nlna those forced separalio which toar froam r mw eioe,
t. y lip of love may well be imuse; inme pointed out to ULe GovUrnmentI le rouse it had to fro m our sympathy, those who formed with s only e
y womin- pusure .trougl; lolw. It is to remain failhful to Ihe principles of tile family, and who m powerfully aided in the coeiest of a
T'; k r re i t on thy poetm lule, Constiu.luon, to fulfil i obligatioo whik it i piues on us, patrimony which they ae mot to be allowed to oejoy wiL
Thi.e ear is with his moo! thua we cane, gentlekmli, by dte Kiaig's orders, to submit lo us. Far be from mu dte idea of weakening by wr wend,
trhou arn blest. if earth can bless; your ronsi.lerationo a project of law autho ing tle Go- a orifice the extent of which we fully compreheded.
If iintirel Iell can stay verunimetl l couselt to the conol s of territory stipulatd IBut placed between our arections and the prepoderating
g lt"in wl a a h pa inthet ty of peace, aml t couclade uancia' arrange- interest of tl country, having to choose between the
Sp ly n y way. niht,. Aaii'ltshepaiinCfullntliunhacil whkthaflfct itlta Go- hamblon lent of ih a e i Ba s mad the all ihl
sT'ANZA.S FOR MlSIC('. verllulent ill nolleave you in ignorance of dea sotive liomn of tlie whole family, aor choDki has ma t....a .
ohou'rt false to om--hour falts,, I. m, which have Jeratined il iutkeooitself tbur vpo)sibiliyutyf We hve beoo comptlle to oetor o tie rm is whids
lAnM pride sh..ld terah me i ,lirge; lae initimive wlici it now uw. Tile Iation, whose desi- you se us. And way we be allowed to ay, tht in aclisg
S teiil my heart bears wam forw l k nies are now tn he definitively fiaed; and you, Gentlemen, hus, we have reckoned on your muirages, on the ges-
I iove thee vrt. I hie sM ye wio represent it in this place, sitali be acquuiuted with our roahy even of those of our brethren to whom expra tlo
I Ehotugit t sill thoughts. If ever tin scourge to wilh franknus we obliged, unforwtiuaely for ovrmrlves, to mbalribs.
Sthe l t fod w necessary i is now- -- is i rerece to tale we lly We Wid to ourselves, that shoh fratmrs td d the o
But ah ol interests on which you will have to decide. To be suat, havin with a c onw country, tday wou t br-
Forbids conroul- or to dissemble now would be. I will et my, woaknesL i ver fr peraj i vs, desire to draw on Belgium td
I loe tee yet, I lore thee yet! a Minitrv, but hauness. Yes, gollebuon, the quintion mifortuns which would secrm to it from r c to a
ill mida the gay I'm. I'. m which tI project of law raises is u weighty del d decree which most be submitted to; that tey would ot
iMy otherie oys o e Iat ea whole future fate of te country i inelved in its solution. wish to e the ooutary which they quis, to he emily
l deL th like the wo Aued bid If, at anodra riae, propai like ahe condition now ino. effcsd with them, the there should he a s orm elMis.
I ear thie shat beneah the wing! posed on us, had been iode to Bolgimi, tie G ernment a Belgic nation. Cua whae hve dived ourselves, OGetle.
But ia my bower, might have drunk from th task which it now perforuas: m* *is atibing o esotiments to hur etma t No
At Itlligtl oor. it would, perhaps, have aid to you, Reject tme condi ani d i e defy the ut ur to refute o words. If r cg-
I mr o'er opmo fIet s me I tlons--they are unjust andl partial Depend on bte ood- sing aim nawarv which prema us, you macti the pro-
And su nm*t t ell ne of your cause, in time, if need be, on your arms, to Ject of law which s proposed a you, when the ftal day of
I How maI too well e obtain beLer.' But, ggntleen, this l*guag, which spration eom, while day addrm a painful asnd
Sl thesyt. I loeo tee y.! would then have sppla.rued reasonable b cu clinunuman- adieu to the comay, wlichnlom y asbligs a o aF a kund,
ta a ke1 1 owem and fac s gave a la rce which it would no have de- they will-f wish" fo iagl b l he prwmeri, and
A. f edoDfmar U rived from itself, is now no lo ger possible. Since tben happinrm, and confeidetly Lyig o its fim dotieg-
e by ELCIUYM. time has advanced, and Europe bue wilnessed evonlt, hey wiUl ppeal wih u to tim- d toPride a t -
eM by dor eaiid extrecs fames ds Br- which, by meSdifying the general policy, could not but in- for an Injutice which, on or pert, allow moea imen ,
n w m ch hrid mri*nr, t ie hm eaomen luence thquestial aised by our revulutim. The sup- epa its for de ls ime, m hisody depter
a ab eahbsd ealsiy tnr M or the adop- port which we found Ia h idea of our strength, and i Lanow.i, Km or Tas BaLs s,
W dhlne of ths Cosom e by th Ki~ ofI perhaps, more real support which lhe hric tisnan of To il pmmt sa d cme, s_ tring.
at H"Mini y, waso b e l r comea. Te tm Poes gave to our caue, ha wbhoy albadoned us. By at advice of our Council o3 M3isti, we hev
""eitmat lm ha smiaoed and emannm ded Poland, lhat Intersting country, which ouve had its equal charged our Miniter of Foreipg Afairs to present to he
SCh mr. In d g WIs ty hat e ot co- in gtury and mluimrtunu, a*er prodigie of courage, ha Clambers, in our nane, the project of low, dw teManr of
i rCret and dimiufalion a ht they urge he faelln. Can it be ni-aury to tell you the influenOc tUst which follows:-
Sla e am ground a tht whlk wetok- l- Its failH m have had on the policy and resolutions of Coumidering tilm, by tbeirecte af Ith Ocushr,
m*r 1I it aadhintd thae lre decision is f l mand power, ll whose motions were embarraed by lae revo- Planiposeairiet of the five Uites Power, semeua d i*
SFe r this informIatie, thu coeMyed, the oion I But, besides the consideration, them is aDo- the Conference at Londo, wm rwaolved oa the basi of
i 'i Co rerw w ppuerd. several days ago their which cannot, nd must not, escape you. It is, that a separation between Belgium nd llollaou; hat the treaty
uniorised to use -the words. The Chrmn- he question which has hern is dispute for this year past containing, according to dl declaration of the Phllp.-
l l wllso adopt the recommendation of als Go- is m t limited merely to our iteressi and those of Iollland, tentri s, the insil and irrevocable condition, is eofircod
SThe discumionon tisb rret qoesion hea been but that it effects, in many points, the interests of Europe. o Ilgiu and IIollaud;
l a, I he d decision of de Chamher of Rapresn- Our patriotism, our national pride, wounded by the sen- Seeing Article 6i of the Ccrtiz ion, We tve,
i*"peshly be know before the end of th owek: t of the arbitrator, who have just decided between with the common comment of dh Clausmber, detrand, @ad
BRUSSEL., Oct. 21. Holland and us, may revoltat thiL intervention of Europe. we ordain a.follows:-
'4 a w Council.of Miniter yesterdayafternnon. It i, neverthelk, a fact which we cannot do away wit. (Only rticle)-The Kir in a thtriau to con-
t Kim S deree of the flat, ha appointed M. This fact, besides, is nou tew; it has its sanction, it has clude, and Ir ait difnitisoe amea of eperatio h-
Vm d Weyer, Commeiioner, to present to the prreedence in history. Other people before us have had to otweon om and luollead, aree d to o 11h Ocio ,
'o., g with the Members of the Council of ubmit to the conqu.encesof it. Il ino the irst limethal, 1101, by the Plenipoteatirne of ihe Five Grett Povwr
, t project of law relative to the tweoly-four whtherithorwithoutreason,politicalepediency,tbesym- asembled in (uConfrencet London, under such claue,
W '4 by the Conference at London. tem of the balance of Europe, hae subjected a people, for conditions, and rearves, as his Mnjesty dslll judges e-
m de1 t b, that by aderree whilc received the Royal the general good. to thsre sacrifice, which are sbbmiued eary and usful to the int.res.t of he country.
Y ~r1 *, a n.ew liotribnuion of the army i to o onlyv fom a conviction of the ioutility of the effort thel (li*pd) LEOPO,
1Ai it will ronsist of two divisions, a reserve di- might hbe made to escape them. The Ministers of Foreign Lirs Wr, a, Jt.ce,
al dl division of East and West Flander. The scrifico which is required of Belgiuti is of the and Finance, D. IJELENAERE.
h l Gerard dined with the Kine yesterday, and me nature; its whole ecoe, its entire jutifcation, for DE BROUCKERE.
aLmt.5t night. The Frendc Irinces left yester- vou who are called on to snction it by your vote, is in de RAIKEM.
a .- "necessity of the circuomntce, home influence in human "n COGHEN.'
fm t"yrpa"Jd ss:-" lWe know t length the affairs is sometimnes so powerful that the Statesman cannot mels. Oct. 21.
moraible d..rion of the Conference, to which avoid it. TIe Five Powers acree l.getrlr to supperl lte After rending this projetL of law he dee1a0t sile
4 "' on iin, we har, of haing our ports decisions which they have mn.a, and which tlwy think cal- prevailed for srome liw in ftl- med is.
r teorrilory invaduJ by a army, and culat.d to guarantee, at hlie me t im, the uiitanlaoce of -" .1. R' e R al&oLc.-Ifthe report juat made to bhy

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On s uulins.d od Moueisy le, Tweo. y i
etr m inUm Busier, Ker. Ligltthoan end He
si'die thr ssimunrs Munadt, Storr, Taylor and
bring bosn dleialiied, Ithe sr of blt poll appe

SB L N.M-ti, E i.......---...........
Job. Btr, equimeo...-..................
Robet Taylo, Equiwr,.....-..-............
Goarp -P. Wood, Eqeiteo.................. .......

UId o Km, Esier,................................
lWal Liertghtmrn, Esquire,........................
lab Btiopur, Esquir .....--. ..............
'The frs four gentlemen were, accordingly,
daly elocad; 1sa thIus Ias ti cause of the peop
edmpash lath. capital of the Bhlaus.
The election or two Members to repre et the
D tari mo piece yesterday, whoa, at he dose
A, t oate were-for
George C. Anderson, Esquire,..................
SCuused Duncome, Esquire.........................1
We undmassand, that there were a greater nu
s ma the pe, yesterday, taln were over befur
as ay Electio in stene Islands ; and, as the ge
elected are avweodly boatile to Sir James C. Sai
sate of the poll my be considered as affording am
timony of the state of popular feeling, towards lli
lery. We were happy, also,to observe that all
portable clourel d residents of tie Creek settleme
forward, and gave their votes to Messieurs Andeo
Dunooe-dlum proving to the country, the falsity
harge which had bee. brought against them, o
i coloured petition.
For several sight pea, large parties of olo
k M have paraded the mirets of thai tow
wih lar clubs ud sticks, and making me of
kg bamgge, evidently trying by tamsI and abuse
Teak th whim toa breach of the peace, and then
am prnet for a genMn ammuh; we are ha p
eve, to my dey did o succeed. Yesterday a
dthe ,vm fian th eastward, aftr parking press
of hMe IJe haps prepared for dema by dhe
elo, cam la tow, as bdliev caoesoer
prr of vielng as their own hum he p
ris d to repr t thm-from whece, abom
bhy r eursd to shc hme.
Early n the ou lamit, a immu ae number of
m women, au children, collect below the
mHa Hoemndopposit the bomeofJohn Ander
whe the votes then were, armed with sticks a
who behaved in the mos riotous maner, sad c
vral bnrarL.s of the poem. All this took pil
a hundred yards of the residence of he Police M
who ws at home, and perfectly swus of what w
but would not attempt to disperse the mob, until
Uo do so by two gendeue.s
Afehr dark dse reeu wee pmi cpdowd I
ad mhs ed pemo, who coode d hnMelv
a elat somawr. We cuas bow.m deta
mt I that took pl c; t are sany to Ite
nal wit pe is wre uatacked, adi poie
Du sme, EFq. and Mr. John Shrry, snvsely
We seos soo stugly rprobm dr coedu
Clart Niri, the Polie Magistte, who m
ouglt have b preventd smch arwful memblag
pgom; sud will his oeduct ot apper tis more
Mk when it is knomaw that the w le of the our
c imhmd eaw his own residence, and that si
ri all e sapedl-iodeed, i appeu ed a if

S. as s', N. P. 9th Ja ury netiati hae re
ts a. wns wis e n, like yourself js mP o nct of the war, o obtain n light no d o
s gld iiaoe kled to hlto Wle, thet although' I dn g ou y the friendly relthissf aconr s
toeu s D iWMas only i*ljed, bis Phr#dl. l a I n sp a y I iOo h e m labi er ndl
Spiuive rome u dape. Pate of there d W. I. Rvy th e difbat l et elfticu l me wic d l
p e hde oak, ced th i iTrane migration of(d durstill enveloped in year iwe wa
S ad w confidence a the Almighty."
i Nartmm N. P. 9th Jutlary, 8I v. negotiations have poved fruidei hoi e
Wht a ng sight you mt have be, when th neglecte pro or d, o diinish the a proper ncrred f
SshouDlike to a n a piebold I and at a s n Hoe ad t Prnce
o v anmT a BvDat-u r cn, like yount lft, j o myage u- am of the wi, ato obtain anhe whou
ead s d iion i d h. itnpodent to my better, or my in- theh ud tht during the events wiLih
arn a I now wkeepnts to Jw hole, although I often cgt myl togh tin friendly raeltio continue
tWood, w a lor, ya ida ch row r ld nd the payment of the dividends of
d borrowed from fiogeer the folo r day, y ha very an u- nb been for a month delayed. oura of
shrt itlof e oocalld Ir e Traniigr tiony of ilur'i, rt stnveloped in darkne be, bu e we wM
gas. tdwlwa 1 w year ater in the Royal Gaulette, aged and coofidence o Ithe Almighty."
composend a lotler igen reN., In which you nrwhh oert Hole wh
thing, dgny every thing and thoe when o red yoor a that some anima.ted dPR I
f(sions a a Loyal Subjct," U I became almost a belever Rmtrus oemn t. of1- ouSrvore e'
rhom in tim doctrine of utranignlion--4or when I last saw you, Ther i I ,gerl fmom thn s war iso inGoeillment
I||h~IIRI~you'r Oiru aidyuur I art w black, I vow, LAudwehr troops hare been aet home, it wa.
an who your cou rintehnn wu ldogl nd, s cn md de ac. tlem oppotai o f oi oreoy e rin fro inte k
Wbt wm know ngB f at you mlot have boun, wcen the pro* order to diminil she apeiun s incur reAmd
ca : of ch opaing y is comose half raomplis ed How the Laidwehr, when under n P ala e aponid i
i syoul like to he piebald u mn t nd at a shilling a regular roops. I i said that Prine Apg,
f eight, wu lot of m y you d have known de wht you wer- e he Prussian artillery, ut
S doDistrict ong, f y had tke a month o explain your inten- y of the Rhine, Papernds that the w iahol Rm
dam to hold itselrin reudiuees. The Pri
* ton A regards yr vaui t he ou e blyt potto d io th ei King, who sen st.e saf ista
pburn, plad b wn to w yliou, that although you chngetd ogetr o er four of war. The offered i 3' s
Wood, yo toloor, you did 1 change your old haebits ad if other inereue, particularly the Incm. TIe(
eard s yeo y fril dd tigotbar the, fon you w ill m tu bbe fr making arrenemeots for a fresh purehm as a
shown of the truth i--Bron anger compM y of rifts, Reportstates that ricoe Albert, beon ldeat
compoMd of 60 an ;,-Cnreka, 46-26 of which did not Hollhmd. hail a lung eonleraec with the
3 sign tn petition ; 6 noil e k company 116-r ery few of brotlhr), in that orme anirmted d e

A BuLACK ANTI SMYTHITE. wo courier ha s arrived hersaw, from which iis
43 rom k B from Bull's foot-iif yn eep ono ter- otaherck from the Russian And omn t
48 Eas : lth coomeny isnposed of 60 rank sad le. and ly repaired to the King's Palace wpon ts l
9 if y ao pM their nmwas spon the petition, yofu re guihy re the
iof forgry for none tod hpve known wuht you were e last rea. d
dourg, ia your had taken a month to explain your miea- heern Papers conthen a .rito tr
M our A rese grd yor vu las t bot time alacrity to be d- ,,e. a hairs in landd at present. M mhel uil
6 played by the an, ls o believe, itat oppose you get pes to reel angry at te miner off erepd tos
b d er body for hEold bArk, don you will much bamboo he." the surender of Warlw, and we amnifld
e Your very hunible fanrad, ourehe. that his conduct, after the deteml fthaf
S ten 'cw, although no petitioner, taery. cn" Tue event r a w eek is ted. beca ise
A BLACK ANTI SMYTHITE. o le hi dismantled Waratw. fnim which it i
p te derstan thg he intends to till back upon Ruasia, and oan to a
Eel- Captain LightIr omMea, was waiting at G emerra to convol. Inli offiutragl dispatch whi is of tare daily
eof re A this e Mail Boat was signalled Thle raveelr part of yes- vered t'on the agatrinot army a ona suobseuelt sidl
terday, no were indiuceh to pult of tho pulli;a l ion of tlis Ilaineassic SlI caitl adthi that lite lasresidenl t r f
our la l numis r until Eo-dav, withll tle view to l laIfnre bigly quain1d be with x he reanrl factrs of r l litea e i a Lota
u reilspete for the lst time"' the nCews bv thae nuackmerl"- C any'" Th.le of being here;. [lhtuan.i hiowevtri
0 e Tm dlagy the also e eabled in i to announo as thel edvidecesll ul LI n l1 uestia".' e e
ared Tand E (iInd' N ; Fom r o s of t pr Cioun r, ( s.
ol landl Who landed at tile King' V Wharf this lening at half past PARIS, Na.
lemen gten o'c Iok, under a salute from the Sea Fort Battery. Bly The event of thllo week is tli trial ofteiusllv
lyth, the tile arrival of the Agnes ye strday, we wrergivn to hu- niv Maralon Soiclt and (PCasuiir Perrier against hi
pe tes d testanrd hat M fasn ailing zabthonri-lthe Willira I. ofi toh 'rinvnr and c ompe titor fon r ccl defhe contra
y E:;cel- Captain Lihslbou cane was waiting at Dcmerlra to convey deiing the ouaous evidnt that wih are daily in
morning, and about eight o'clock dislayod tie signal !'Nr TineRnce, I cannot think thai the Preflel de-"
"nt arn having e gneral ofirer on oar bd ce sclipe in uer the a Is een particularly happy in his stleclion oflt h
s and frl r immediately hoisted thir colouriin, and as lle vessel fo r prosrecu.ion. Frone all I cap learn on thr ctt
y of the approached the anchorage, nmany ofr llenm fired salutes. should I-inclinred to blilve tllat vmou are'nuch bar
Slm ring Io Ecrellbyeny was reaivd on Ie larning by his hig ly quainis with the real eensai of these in Lona a*
espet ed reprsnla tive Sir Chrleme Smith, a numerous aco- have any cancer ofbing here ; however, the i *W"
semhlaen on r te respeotarle intlabitanta of ihe town, fret as lth evidence s u, un|bueti of tnl his ol 1
ureHd la ndo i tm h of Ihe lower order of the population. lGiNuet, fonrmrly partner of M. (ysimir P1,"l
A guard of onhour fromth the Royal was aTo in attlenvnce. now ti t head o a commercial etablioshmnt is l e
, alred Hib Exslcr toy appears to be in excellent aealhne and api- P terrier asa doraiant interest, was ,s.ecltd bse bi
threaelo- ri:k, and accoumpaniedl bly Mrs. (;rant, relation, her nttlretion ofvhich.l. Pe'cnier frrncd a pI
e, Io pro- daughcor, and Miss Elizacbl Grint. Doctlr Turrie of to nuheroeas competitors, to conclude the onsic
bGo havern- Rs pory aion amL passenger in ti Sdgoner. el- t i t iseequally evident that wliler Mv. Gfrom
py, h iw- Imuskets to Gverrmiient for 34f. 90c., anot d 4i0
TonE s i E Ni ERLANDS superior qrlity, mieht be bati for twe s 17-1 d
furnoon, ,A definite arrngment laes been concluded under n he seven fratcs. M. Gina et ulerial they coth is
y isly med at orion, or rather at he dictation, of t hee L n C o bmra chl ad keenly alive, m nst e op "'
e wimtn terenca, bete in Hollnand Belgium. The folloiner of direct deal ha been said ofh beial ohy
y, for the a o mtei o of the arrangmoent--: The baaus of the con- I/om s, dnd of ra m rot nmient, at n wl I
as edoon stio is the ae t e o twrrtorial D m.eAion belongicr to price, Mat in de bck irousd, but of tha i a l
required Holand ip to 0. 'B s Duach, therore, retain rl the baee addeo d, r and h i in frct only i EinghOi
t t, the tory o n the r let .. l the Scheldtr n. The nvigvtio e des of paid ant (attti t i be) couk heres
of i rivkd er to be d in this ae Ua nmaner, and no y thing lie p diecta bribe,s or the country, *
n eerao, ahrding to ths s opnciles, as by the trm0 y of Vide hee, a sed in toeither of hs MinLniteH. ano h
Govern- '. The portion or Luyemburg which is ssa'ged to Bel- stae belieovr, ad M. Sooh is clear eve from is
gum Co more than healf that province o and in exchange for of appiion of beinol acted by any other api"
seasd., tha cemi by Holland, te latter oblaina part of L ai s that oframing the Natioal Guard a h ie m. Peri I*
Id lonet burg, ontining pollalt less by 50,000 penons. thn but M. Perrimr, .n old commercial man, h hi to
omiiued that portionof Lutembur which is relinquiabed by the ofhbminealway keenly alive, mostbe oplia liF
e within treaty. The King of Holland heol thbe meainder of pici ofAdvinn stle aibn nd to i, he offs
s, o uxef a. nd n (n ,a nd Duke of that provioae, i still of benefittig the ous e of his friend nd ps rert w
in rDte, toea er fPa erras brg he Speech of the Ki cer. t t osider thepacution injuelici.m" n i
ra doing, strichl wholly Dlteh. Antwerp in, of course, to acemrioo relaive to tbe p d inr Ii stcns llned a i
re uired be Sven upto the Bel tIanr at .on athe treaty is rtid, a mere I rtia of the ti hirhe, no onc wolld itn *
ao l ttd e of theie a', will surrender Vealop. The ved or paid any attention to it ; whores., nc a-
ith black debt aoi dnided eq'uly by thas treaty ; the ioteres of in which te pecuniary itomts of the country a"
t" he hdtle ants to about 27,0000M, Or guilder, of fi-d in-be tr-m- '-tion in m-d m.nife. t by th1--
as," the hick.BelO 0 is oly to ply between 800ooW0o anI ofan a.boveltspoaibility"or" "picion,.chMI1
1aatP- 9.000A,, .ngr tlrlelens omne-lhird. The lemi- qoe.oo&. To this nmrtbe drd *O
'aet "- pwt 'rin of B m and Hollnd lefL Londo on Sub- .,pi.cio circum-anc ofM. Gi....t so se lko
Conrd d to obtain rtcat ot ,he rttrifciy. ot SOm pi nhi character oftovernn-- a.--nt, a.nd Ippra'
fhronted. I'n.i iW,exlited in the member of b6 Confer- a spocultloron his own account; while M. peniw I
SoMr to bring ..hi m ler to a termination, th.t they re- soner atI the head of Ihe Administration. ldn '"o f
of Mr.'od an Fridn sas'naght not to break up il it was se- 1am* Oiolut appointed Secrnetar of Police, .06
ligh, and mpm.,. ,ae ar.ctully at til 6ive o'clock no the fllow- unlimited powers, that M. Saulmir finds himself o b*l
^ of .e- r mornesigolll*D~ 0( object. re(n, is onler to avoid the unpl-aanlna,,% of hland
epren-n1. DmW Papers bring the Spech of the Kig of own en .rv. Vicv tr hm nd M.
H ollan upon n flea t se o o fcas on nn op e Ing Ile oew Y u.. . l rll.iio np4ui ll l'-r l in l"i," s- ,l. A ll 'aIm
trn ott .Gerneril at the Haglue, olen the 171h inst. The I marks of approbaion %hirl i by no ncans RPPKI'
a lading w terI of this a-flde,-". usdlly s o rant. o happen to, hi. conduct merited. I rannol Ctonclude aidleta"
di whole be of ome conserlnlucie &bue, as so inuch ssaLd relliect. 'your attention to file exunUordinur) nix"" 'I son

"-isa s orem iad altd: more thnI two ways wre
o in ianvinlgeace Iso thle merr rumau s with
j of Importance, mo- oi ud ofwhich a -
F d ad dthe gaer part of which, ilit had bee
o haiald no bearing on the cae. The
as dm loped on the trial. would not have occe-
,dises hours in deiling and discuwing." .
Sra a Endlir P per.
LTIR FROM MRS. RAMSBOTTOM. The Election for two Members, to represent thi Dis T Tl rday, tl 11 iont.
Clapems Kemmas, Hff 14. trict, took place this day. At the cha of the poll, the At de 8tes of Joth Star, Eq.
a Bsun ,.-What will you Aunyreformers sy now. vote stood thus-- At 10 OloeatL S.L
t ymeY t i to be lbeogud, and your hopes are all John Wildgne Esqulre.......................... 22 Wil be omd
wJ mry eapecmratio u ae wered-thIs is a Henry G. Armbrister, Fquire,.............. ...0 Tbh Cap o the lte Amerins mscheom Only Som,
t'o d-Fnlmer who is on your side, sings what n _.Wil E l o the B k, in hr pam Diesa, .
F h bis Iligh Ho Pea hens, but I cant agree with him Ilnry M. William, E ir.................. 8 IMo Stl B u Bnting of.
SMr. Ram was a wriggler radical, and so am I, be- James Malcolm, Esquire,............... .... 5 Shoes, Hi f,
I do not know no better, and theerfor I redes the A Scrutiny was demanded on the part of the to first Stationary, Chain,
a nd am quitee agreable to die pinions of the Head- oamed gentlemen, which, we understand, will take place Fig Tobecco, Bucket,
r tlit paper. to-morrow. Measures, Fisn,
I bher bin to hear dt debrtts of the peerage-we had Conous, Pickles,
a ia the House of Lauds What a mania that Hairy To-day, at a meeting ol several of the meat repectahle Check, with a variety of other atls,
os is--what a spich he made,and how tlhrnty he got AL O-
ltsked whet it was he was a drinking, d they told inhabitants, hell at the Public Buildings, John Storr, Esq. gails, Rigging, Anchors, Cables Cambms. ,dc.
j* Bihep--'he seeMa d as if he could have swallowed in the chair,-it was resolved, to apply to His Excellency &c. Ac.
amS, He had the tunabler hin, or and ot, like the the Governor, to take such sp as imay be deemed mat AND-
ls ib is Club-but when he wont down upon his proper to secure the public peace, and a deputation waited About 20 tons Bar Iron,
wbe., I wes quite resolved iuto tiers, Ifr leer he Toemm-CASH before delIry.
a sd git tp gin. erupon Ils Excelloncy, for that purpose. We have not yet Junuary th.
Ged Oey i a a fSne cretuw, but very-grey indeed; I een Hi Eicellency'sieply.-Beeral gentemen have o-
Ip er him as Lord How-weak msny ears ago. I aw lunteered, and been sworn in u Special Costahles. BY HENRY OREENSLADE & CO.
WLSd Mo ter too, and the Kernel which has the Kopper
S wh hoi called Lord Dinnerbell, because of his leedina O0" un Mau" Ms 16* ImAa
et Derk t hieso e in Whales. DED a v was T vni e oOUse,
hakd a u from Lord Pummicesfone, to tell me he On Monday morning in St. Matthew's parish, after At s 16; ea A. & .
an nm tgos to resin-he poets Iop Wilh a great deal from a shoo illness, Ms. Mary Armbrister, wife of Jamies Wi be Bold,
jgan (irey and Broom, and even from Lord Drne, when Armbrister, Esquiie. That extensive lot of land skudm a Ash -s with
b is well ena tgh o g o the Cabinet-that was a pny t-he buildings theron, late the opro y of Mr. Th.
r he getinto about Ninyveal, the Ditchntan; and trs Q3 ,C 1X& (1 Whewt)V COb Uinion, by th u i at M .Tha
-I,' he 0 .'" : Whea.t :,hr, acn tining, by adammesio-- 1 -by
.w I beer he i another to de about the Enilaeor or tfhe L" fee t.
m heeb-Lwey Flip does not IIke given up the I or- Erry person about to leo tAse Islads, after Tar s,- moods Cedi, giving Meouiy, if a
lipl dhips, and as we does every thing Tallyrong thing ue e ai fqui red
asri right, why we must not grumble-this is Puemices- taing reided thra for ihe space ofrTrrTY nDY, SM qJanuary Ih.
Ia's sem to m e. lf the King of Spain helps Don ati"h teriyaeo r t-rreny'OJire,n .rp s ih s sa ins
J laI they my he will ucksned isn keeping his honle-dlie
V wlll he want toput him to rites. As ir Itooshy sid OQfaforrrtrzN DAYS pre stvu tkidelpm re-oaf- NOTICE.
IProuehy, P. says he can't my uinch about them, only ter weirA, at any tme due during roaTi-rna Doa, a Tickt pHE SUBSCRIBER, inteadlng to leave rtd ,
ljMhdt Leervine has not left, andl tllat owlow is lialso April next, for the United States, request aDI par-
ba-bih t else foray.v affairs se ems below pa. may be obtained. sou ns having demands against him, to wonder them; and
Theis ulp of Lineolin did not vute agil the Bile-I N.ME OF 'EiRON. those indkbllt, lo nmke payment on or before the 10t
Sswhy-his first in lifs e ain li being tu o a tienUlatiou A""rT TO UBTAII Ti'arT ruO ir.reaTURn. Februarv. All accounts rnnaining unpaid feter thb
Swtols try unlr- i is Gretk to l, Mr. B. nh -nvember - Th nas ,urubull. date, will be left at the office of U. P. Wood, Eq. for
Sweats l try a1 i ii-li is Gre to no-, lih Aphy re tlisl.
IdthiH thie ,ople arl ljut shlswng thelitir spril-llonly Int., December Capt. Rdd. recovery.
list t Lord Li.t nh i.ludlry pooliniR oi pii euoil, aod fri- 1 - Felr (l-iumr Ruby F. TURNER.
tmIg cl asci a nuy IiCei lhe diii. l'v ,art iL' i se ..l January - lii bert WIer. January Ih.
liet hlool"se, noiid a1 lor tIIh- Il:lvy',air at K ollelghairml
('sa, it w is ;ihirl hin the lixtlic ., lir Itn miy in lid the HAVAIA.
wai nyof raitiin thle Ne'w C.itles, i bu ninii dUoin t ih t ire M RS. HIOW ,ARD, Jr. las resumed her BoAames
Ig. 1.-.. PrnEL ETAnI.I.n.anur, in the 'ole de ln Ofiies, north
0h friedIl P'. slplyod to me to see and ask Fulmer to be o ul' tin' (iovernnent llouse.
id spier dtliis tlu: uind Lavy wouki like to be a Vice- h--e.- - -.----- The very airy and commanding situation of thia houe
mat ass says-a- Barroeess she would not lisson to; PORT OF MAS AV', N. P. should command die attention of all travellers in a wr
hI did not like to say anything to F., because Lord IP. -- --.- -- -- -- climate.
N "lie was wanted to carry tihe Bil throukiit the Iouse AIRIVED. June 16th.
4lrda ;"-these are P.'s houe words out of his leati*-r Jan. 9h--Sloop Union, Albury, St. Vincents and -F-R *AL R
ar, and I do tlink Fulmor was obrn and bred to better Tortola Al.
tip lIn to do porter's work as is time of lili-llil they Rum, Molsues and B gar The House and PreisTe at pro etoCCo id
msf" the Bill carried through the Iluse," why denl to II. Gamase.lAu & Co. b Mrs. Poiier. The Hos is t e ay a d
Siploy servants of their bone, without trying to dis- Sloop Ceres. Balfour, Turks Ishlnds J onuvsiet, ith Ie Khb sd
Pias people witcl is as good Ba tln-Uselves. Rum C r attached, chair houme ad bling fr te
peoplHum, Sugr, Ceo, Coa bol, ore hoones, extensive yr ad an grao piece. The outh bmB
Ply what do they mean by sayin whipster of a frac- and Potatoes, have been lately roughly m .re, d The grUe pt
W." wenver they talk of Lord John Rustlke I think it to H. GIUsLADSc & Co. ofhave c been lately eroug ly reputred ad tp g. t par
bsI asion to soIno of his impolence in the Ouse of Kom. I Brig Richard, Lardmln, London of the fces have been newL pot u
SFulmer says that his Ludsleip can't bear ironing Govermuent Store and Merchendis,
b d~ to me vhave ben own ed last Wednesday- A tract of Land stud a the Village, cooaining 50
hamer, I'm al for Refurm, and Lo Gry, and !oUiver- CLEARED, acres. It isdivided by the villa-rod into two Lo, the
dldirieg, and voet by Ballad. And now the Bill has western lot being intersected by the new road IsadIg kam
e s ed, I am ready forother hole Bill, and noth- Jn. lth-Brig Euphemin, FindInter, Liverpool the vil ag into the Blue hit road. This land wir d
Lt th Bill-and ya mark my words Mr. B. you powdofin oneor threm lot. Aplyto
S liged to poois your orn after you lae dun. SAILED, JHN W. MILLER.
thKing mast beo d deal worried, wst uib wun Jan. lst-Brigt. Jimie, Pile, Liverpool September 17th.
mael dme--I wold have my own wey, and hif The America schr. 0.1O t' in. Black, f A OGINHAMUMBRELLA, alWk h s aedi
last m er them piecebly, I would do as Fulmer to Mobile. ws lost o the nI lBahuma Ljk. Pmenges. fce about a week sim, mposd by
i' nt the Jordan knot at ones, and resolve the Parly- sod new sa : sa ato d tpat rlt a L bbf Thse Owner -y r V it, o applioedao lr A .
brought here by the wrenker. November 2Ld.
omethink inyour pepper, that may show me you The American or g Freighter. Captain Bhmbrd. FOR -Ai o
your peyass, to Portland. Maine. 50 days oat, came in bae in distrelas FOR SALE A t *,e s
rs,still in french ship. his morning. having ee be lown off the coat, with loe of Bills of Lading,
D. L. RAMSBOTTOM. sails saod pan of her cars. Bills of Exchange,
D. L.RAMSBOTTOM. Bills of Sale,
h Iergsutto tell you my fourth gull, Addlelad, is Bills of Sal,
Dr. Blank Forms for the Caoms Ha,
[...'M, d oa week h uA w d f CHRINT CHURCH PARISH. Meoif-o care
Rar raa iSar Leases and Releas,
tf in Ir/i(d.-To many of the Irish gentlemen I NAVING fixed the size of MItAnh a the iSt- of 9 Gneral Court Writs,
l visited the improvements which have been per barrel of superfine Flour, Ordered, that the General Court lEecutioms,
SAdhr my direction on Chat Moss, I have urged, billing Loat do weigh 211b. (as., and the sispenny Lof Inferior Court Writs,
*u er rnevsns why their bogs should be cultivated, lb. So By order of the Vstry. shpo Writs,
9 a lr Isbur ; but I have almost always been DAVID SPENCE, Vestry Clerk.t ubPS M n kets,
m kletrvantist, that although the nominal amount VTrra Room, Sd January, 188. PolicE Smmoems,
emi in their favorr, yet it was not soin reality,-- Polic Warrant,
4* iearn were paid morn money per day, they BAlE Mli W 4
talth nre ork. My friend and hea of this N BOARD THE BRIG RICHARDhe following Miliia Warranta.
wm kind enmoig to go into the subject in detail .rticlc :--Brandy, Hollands, Iish Pork, Erthen- Bils o e or Veel,
we R ant into the qiti tion nf hiw much was laid ware, Tea, Sugar and Piunert. iw~rtus, apply ear- Mortgage (with bohads)
'e s ee far oowino, reaping, and various other ope- IV to II. GREESLADE dr& CO. Warrant of Attorey to Co m Judgmntf.
We te generally paid Ibr bly lhe piece or job, and Nasau, January l I, 18L Aorney's Wa rrants,
bit_ i we rOamle to wass, llhal Iaialor in thllis pn of Arbitration IBnds,
Sb at rather Ieos than half tle price shich is paid IW ANTED.-A steady middle-aged woman, of good Appentice Indentwes,
Ll. c hire. Day labor'errs are generally paid V character, o wash, iron, and cook, for Iwo single Pw of Atone,
d^i s "n s, Obligtion n., ir. &.S dkc-
Ru.' 3d in oie r-s*e-, one s killing per day in this men. Forlprtci.laraenquliresthlinffice. Obligtirn Bodac. .
-#de, While in seto.le lslsr they get only i thl- N. B. None need apply who cannot come well recom- N. B.-Job Printing xes tnd with relnm ul di-
j-tia Farer. ML gaI ine-Mr. Reed's Tea mended. patch, upon t.os paper, and on odorate serm
9 Isa Ieelteid. IJanueary 4th. January 4, 8w3.

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S ee he' l dus .C'sr, Os S ne of cuouti e to use lthrr jiane spw aan reform, wil ileg E I L ig, i came of lhe

1N a l ir- .be ciLmi to J~a enrd smei d p Gour eae. nIm mo sirpa a i~sae ablre d l ems
if ,e nO d i r, rir e u ean uaM, Md duuUdepe,.' tei- of lgr CArlEpo- gha. f.e ha ndt bJlman e a J
Md mli, w +Ilmm eiim eNatio na (he, siaStd lis Msain wlti ofl Fraene repe 2 edr aOL d ao
e iL 9 hw ks.Ub4em thine m4isd la -tpnism to memSb eSlt admn. mcrdo- of hum i there e5
bI a in bag bin lmwbb meo o en d yte sla dmi- of d dGr- f mhe w Rvdlulm of 1791p" Be o yg
r,.d pon l-ymei mmesbs Phe Lp M, s 1 ,a yond h-t cr k inm bee espotd d dig
foe, gme last trhi. gt eCM l klmgshte- m,.I * o rolpe ihe v blod from de mombent tetat f
eser -ds eI-1 mids o ad ta tlew doe macley DIRMIIBAL Oi EARL HOWE. m ly P w ode o t ent o th.hid
tim nulsoi. rm e maos a my h nr n m Naioil I oUE ov COMMONS, punUihmenm, akhouieh tmhe faa of mh d-
()r. A. bnrf iel m df, M lleemie. Ine tm this do at. pso o th Jn 8nd obnaiol wirnbdeen
agk d b dth dte Btleb sysm dof in- Mr. Treerd be ihid il *lh put question to the ed tbe seree of Paris wi bod, o t m Barkd .
y.B -~r of rditerb ahBey kM ,. Noble Lerd, the P~lTnualti ef 60, wo. meII de dhi- sies of Juslice.
mamue an to mie pnea of the whole meb19y. By oF U mil f a Nofe 'old m au if e deas of ChLmbrhei to hei Tin Goveurnlt of France joiad h, L
niEiesd, lhsrefsme, into, AraDsd Vsehlne, orNm- lMjes.. The amweur he reieked w tt thea i Nobt Eart pming a decided repogamceto mgantLry
tiaalla rns, we dml heve the lamy Lip s t re hid uemned hi. maiemmiea, ned th I le" i e wa ed. He mad desire for Iheir boliio, until the hate l
Is*.-yo. h peewIna =form a Sationa HOU E OFi COMONS ar8 on do Iiod E
in lh pro of lae bay gUhim I e hUll n o ith rhTomr hd au e m rc* a l eE, victed traitors whe were do e dvise.n d aed im
psb o m tug. I n d mche hidh *, Ly ,s a- thsrg the inoumu io iea r.m T ppe on the subt f the tyranny of Charlk X. were pd ort d;
o u It s wn o g d le wit h te fas the as emd telling hm h LUnil diun tie uilUotie was allowed to ie a- .. i
This is et ol e Ale time |thae w r h mraMi of Nation- e s ltay oa hae muser he paloed f the lt er. I Gs bee r since olFsned to hbarped io edge s
.1 guard n id ts cwrmUry h been recomuVol l, oad we u "y T a' a d'!") Tme Hie v.Memr he, e for the w.rk of deasei matio. What hms khlh
wiilt adl gh, ader p uder clwrcg.mancs, chenim- e lltowing mleer velsed the Fmrnch Governmesb from reviving .l
.heaa waldJ he. daw.e; b e dome im e thum. -Ih Gait Athentone. October tO. ofblood A dre--beitpol s to .h di j
dae aaesc wusst t W t in 't force go -vahs e our whro woeeeo dd fim ito n
ll nmuuri ewiinL ri t im nqrciHK fort* lo it,- |. Amumnu *ill i thell libm I uLr u wsiG-
made kl espi(uM o reu I it o w d o hbi desrip- a* r oblemnio 1so aquei n lelchlB w i he Rpe nofs yenl maiy 1
ti-; r ntlb we dnlad *y d. t, klhoul h in ezislte a. m~-ima ia hae b Pen by yeio. i due House o Cho- ile tUasgr de CaCears lateIly aisd lis*
ou a cemUs eamar, they are gradual di.upimarig. mad mua espein my dimais-l em ithe maie 's HoBsebd. .eecution ws to ine take plwes a short aime ,e
wl, insllyi i ashmartl tivs, lllrey 4iappea. Iru mhn taaweelon tRJndlleis ruled o haie Liven in die Ple degOrwe. Howe rr, in aiomis-ne
Thi advmalage of m Natil Om Geu d are maniful ; bu A< tlor' i b one he prlily lea. Ilat my ahi L hrdah"P win indication on te prt of is popedns, a L
i GM re ceid pl, a p qle trt tere are in e a e ir i '"ts "me dcl thei ritaes hbe dcwht m pdeh tontdeofer dis oefa
r. a asmmayho iskauaa.scd wnho i e"m *l. May hb. nd for the ePod time I s Tbhe ame pilr followed p at seaseat
l miy litnFrem, wBie tteornmyti of moryre miei Hie Maty my mtmio d oposia the 1~e leain e hjude iio hemrks:- Sinom ide Jidy ladam
lba l y illr iildd lr t aM0persoas, Bill, mad ma psrfecl rdimme to nrin my imme a Cl.- i frightrul guilloti e nat mde iu ts ap
ad whe ea, cuommqauPdy, GoeIment UUuF, wi it bhertn to ta (mueen. Musy Wmt thid he mibht be pleaal Prera It ougllt npver oo Ie brought lorurd a.
eak @mr o det cek *pan it power, e aibie to to Aioe. I received Il reply a mn gacus coamd to abominable puniblumemnt canno witb wpopriea be mli
tm;or a Chermb d feuolmem inr u a dleolet to ib *e *x my olce, and a duiint recognition uf my privilege f the midbt ofr people ho behavd wiL a k mad
saenad te adre a mIallg y immarea i eia being praty idepemd ar m day oveI mss f.m the eir- rrtion and virtue Oe the memorable ecmien sa
o ihe pricipl of freedom, it is very inpmsnl, *- cmmnere o my being io hr Majestly Houst loM. Mh Wsuid, at the ime of tie tril of the e-Mnisnu
i --b a aeP, at w st pri- Nf o0& ed Ku ga aa e we out of the qa mir 4 gl the death of thtes faimm'criminle would hi.
lietss ll he mat conua mad oe l vIlowed. by the King'al on commuoairmion, to m';t ad JUpoa mhe I hous din,.. The
ri., llnui is tLutate uf coiMsL o ad omti ye etv I aplre Nott-, iure, bot lle popitee foll .pod u de seren hrte. po sdi
pure. ma deca er let mJovrtaLt anal id (Che qa.e o f l MrJ Id ad. hi t con oue.un to e ing form of leing wau di hdes rgesmded th", S n ule Ib
*itl L Ae i i IL sipaysi of th removal. l m*y vole the other night hi been equally mo witb respecd to te whole commatly.
Frnaeeh il rfem sac plbirL l iuduenm ouf Ihe Nf the care ol my brig me ihler i her Iajey' HouMhold. mrsoning ranot he rised except by mainmhhI
IiulmI (u cam cmi a hirdd e eluiL WM e b I fel ta it iLs but curniua Ju.tce to my uow cbhrec to lo doctrine thut tbuh Lae of the lw should par p i
reendb a pmsmid, dme a Chimbwe of Drepies ak this i taRrmil. enl d top ou full o uthorily to make ninali, tod only (CI uopn ate necks e in imr eaar
might, llt uh dm oirdlary eercln of tie public volce, wh""tevr use of ia you like, earepa the imlerOtin d it in the
coipbplym opr.lurl iS Governameot, it uuld ato rn-uire gPhblic Ir.-.-1-- have the hour Io bhe, yur faithful mid County Mteliftg.-Meetinai have here held is thekh
o0ha.dba a v mn." iW ina rtnntio, iin of hliaioa to w ho H b enld wsd iso no
bh ils ceIr de armied citizens ensure ti necessary Tde Ih. I. Tr'vor." i dm hi a ( ismdl in o "p ere isr amd d
alsi eld Lb k u(pu woul h. A hol r rmy.", or line f thee rirr..mstn;es. he (Mr. T.) felt that the only form Hl :-1 urr. Cornwall. Cumbertnd, Illamph
* hi pi by 1e |pope, woulJ to he Ihe hte darriioUn hourain u, lef for him to punue wa to put a question his wickmhie, 8uue Durham. Norulk. nd olhe cmk
t hr, if e |i le rs oulsd i n Ihth it iwol never he Majtyi' Miniers,. with a T ae f meermininl the nature of is thu o that the p egplie o Engaml repel lth chap dii
Iwam d slmmt diemlvesr the a I;c a there really as e. lre ihenelre wished to uak frence, lo he cueH of itefr.-The eetmial uf Im
)ivmsing a Nitioal (iurl of it politic chtadract, lwhketer ha Noble I arl who had irlely killed the ofer of tinue all over the kingdom. They are qeil(a he lodlp
aM uf im portnce as a iliti to preserve dU C'hamberin to her Majeoty wma dismissed in eomneueu-e nf even 1o enumerise; lad Ihey are of course uummlear
Lfrm et ral attacks, it dul tie ae s perua a puiona o the vot he hal given on ithe Itde Hall. the port of the Kiug. the Ministry. ad he Bill.--q. Ity
, mt arwics aco fr dmeame oiwum un inasdins ILh he hol be at tihlmy to vot a
e lh hreer htqarat ior dth menelec o i m wnai me of hmvoe th other nito a 'eial Emierquml.-T-e Cotmmnisawmin f r 1
tnwer, tad, ithe etvean of commodtn, to render cahlisen Cha i ncll of be he Eaheqer skn i that nothing coldJ ratio have c aued it to ie ntiautd Ihu gnm
bk. Wp he pMople o d e rl nrf oopth utan ue.t ory. ,s t i pn e po i on o ronip. o it p f he have ,ethe,,rnIi to apporwite the em poded by
Preajtn f pron mid dte traquulleit y of di a todm Ctmt n l.o r tno r d.miae iun ets anemt-(tHar,. hear.) II sde of lands in New South Wols and YVa DiI
a he dhirt bjnc. Tle, mast confuised, are wuutd he comtrar to his dury, as a Miaitruer of the Cromm., o Land to the entounrgement of emigration by min
admrlmidy amompli ld in Frnoce; but if the iadrpen atste ay teamn why thi prerogative h hee ted pon inunder certain e
dee ofd the 1Sate welre nanced d d ehl cInesiead, ihe ietme ol whchl the IlonMember diverted. The uob- i Lel elweo thole cloe f 1 under c, member nie
imwem sed time ontlese, It maesd tibime to. fue Julh*bout to proceed to the colonies, mny reee rfle 6
Vis aae .med .mk r n P tedmm Irrri Ot 4t froqi biusvn.m HOE the ('ommaddoneri to he pima to tne hadIsa
f l NiCiiml Otiqlw i w r a ee t |m u J Ite e The l., f. n ,"r y .FnrhJuurol, i res- hm l Mi a oros M e m inu ,of p fm ine amide
i pwey tevn ad lmp. o wa itell into, garrison fceeI a to Criminal Cuod, e" Ie cer to ea st: il i neyd: oeni: p'D r o, or ^ fml .d
med pi ne a r of i iouJ ania qull dtlr.cire ao hei op dtal am of modern priuciphns will oe o i s o their ,' thewtill te racto n d ea diL
hani a a d m pead tempt the feint m revive it." We wih we coul pey similar c ,u thereni a Of RCemiThe A ntm as Ie
DMhi, ,i he haNmol of lJeger fr.. witolti, aire aatial aomplimt the Crimimal Jurisprudencl of England, aner of e e. ifTed their wisyoo a.ep
fwr te Msnrl welfre f eCiyl a ey dplut th l of reeage gs cean to eb isl." nd the cnd-S bhe oh mn tpied .with. lh
(im, Ie d l dhiNe ig tl ctr cy I Wee iteI ta, i rIs in to oh pinhment f cri e.l, tilde l of r t- Kiswnll tke etllhe wvema-d
at Ur ds isss. Te pulmaa n qul to tIb hor- ea is arl ad p trla" ogf Un l of tangland; and e'maktp v lth tmorvvoaea
... ot #1tt q son Iie E riglS 0 .uT Cm" i F
dilary, tir ne, aId d cn *ef emindergency yet Jedge Hl, und other Joudg mince It 1 tioet, heve fl. mIa intae ol csdtoe be imeSlp .4
Snrdr awp y p e cas d opae wh prupriety be tlr tih Cth pristi ,i b prs mad parcl of th Engli avh Se the ild oaho ameia the. lm r po '
f a mletemane and dmt preanqls i ro prt. we. Ctman telo roln nd io-t a u -- thel sd o l. hn arl at ol' d e nt p
The (Iwearmt = t clement w ind g i c amp aosd, dispn. a tions of rseengp ad n lismeMd julsice-co-te- hot, t i Lrbnd e icofmr dstictios, priority
dmltat mwhwae m lo ppnrdted me aqck upoe the st Even ta lb oeipmotence"o coanot el oles r r'
pmmyr hee the p -is ny .ntimtuie de fact mach a ur If w adopt Chriaity u the living 'io will for l re of le ion.
r b*tLs me Iprmle ie lha. i i i re do its spiriit oir alew am drdnli revel. Mamrit Perts Ma A .Sen HI mlti', a bId
day gre me eh aomwiy tv NeLimal Gulw. and It is pdy o tes her ofl tbhe rench nation tit is Bemr emrmt.-The following ma e trav
when nmrm f olh shll Icam hrw, tih inLy Im led flb e sab tla e abolihtio of sanguinary reguiiem nrspt ing pant ofr n dlaed c
ereof lie Hue ofrcoa o mmw C bt d e pemibmeat, which it imsterteslly he followed by Secretry's Oik.Sydney, Odt. 1, 1 n30:"-" N
orli" mai an. igr Army enas ie e Criwted by my lbf ciilime warlm. The bCrible waste of life by thle P'ortui. i--Fur ti encourniaienut d sinrmstco
a.wrst hle l *(m of pprdsnl or sruniinr piei.ese hidi folkla d lhb Revolution of 17B9 c.ed Erilleny ltb Gevor ian hy al b al.toe groan
ver tlh poude. There wold bm e m d iy for paying lbh F nch ploa mad potm-a.ri. lb. populao of Pwari, | a .I rikge portions froum e Crowo,' mpoman 1i
a ..liars if the Prirament w ere ar d; s tda te o be aigmtised uas aiage .nd ffuciu in tbe e.trem : of the urio f fee and reasrctab prmua h
Reform i at hend, why ihuld w e tahep e which ict ha he t meLhe f igeaMn t hefls, the Revohtl the welocl k. f-la general d husband alddrsi
would pr to dihad mL m Imuedimly af gr it CmrinaI Law r Frc wa eacmirwly muiary, nd o cbe Colonil Seretary, ntiog his o n I d hi "
oul hIe .k piecI ralculeted to bruhnlia tlhe filing of thef people. ind conneziona and circunmtine.s, inr, if c apro d
Thae ol circuace wrhih cmld .in ow pne, re- chapman N. e va of he li, by freqoen esmples of his Eerellencv, lhm land is giete udur ah
der tlhe formo of a Natiiul hud obai. during jedlicimi alhr. Thor was lso the ina puc.e oquin-re nt, aid eniled upono lohe wife md her
te LmaWml r whi mt e eri. lh ie, l Mi cal o jmlici artn, which it Lhegistren and butchering t r eisting ma iFg. nhj, as, in a other e is
he ariel, would he a gllese a duy e par dnif b, l ial CXuL C cili, m oionea, am cond teo ion of hii Mhesuy." Tohif yrt r-e '
Ihe NLiry. If lthe I iauyre to In e loaded by thin o ed lbmo at racii cruelty familiar to tiie pope- mrhbly well, for since lb i of dih e G-a
-uilm-rr er re -i aIhnM geem ad me-. sl ad Thte ra ck-- b he p r hed- h of t- dr nrini-l calniddn ba l becair Pr7
Tiedees in hl Cdi Ci ei tfl raes aren-heimb-aew-edlb seeding oil-warm en- ad pi, ad Eemutis he b bru f l
hr nmy-if lbh Lu mma.. l-e, lot. in lad. ki mitbsmiM fe ,ad w. nearded .romc ode o Amsia, th. hit for t
thle tet of n.y atempt by ltl aiy le iss Io ra i. b- Ih l rsine ds m (rans as of thooe e por ton of 2,560 are dwn land, would haea bwee l
i lho pMrent aomerp sl hitdrm y m n posn Irmvg ble iimi t n oj nl il ic al b e Ib but,. doIn Sydneyr the rch of r lr .
Pret alusnes-mae met a parua of e l g d dageein e nfer. Whe we tlk, therefore, f l bee h very spid. Thie wfo m curn oo ou thei
the people, thn, d, a Na d y he of 1crim of a popet nt fort the crime Legis- of l hemey of the Autralian laden are refrd I
omentialsm., Do ay funr li tof hpeee uf laprmy, tures I of fiowornmsar. oWhen w reprobats e ArO bert Googer's Lenter (fmo Synlory," in wh*i. ia
h al fr the amtinimat of aip. "We hews sean, duct of Ren l tlioist, wne feb me te Frene at acril ig w ith me muchl tutnd f ooeling in a chapter m Ci
hwver, lo belve. dr mre m a i alio huma life a hrta mro mpeacry let ot forget I as."
which would resler it impoi et make ny prti ion of thO Ktini and Pauliuama, d tie rLad i eLen idLd de dh-- a.
Ib yeamanry intrumonottl to the o of tbh ui-lforn- onalr, umgt dem n rely ma lb edarscl of lb tle asu an A person called npon h comb malr. ie who w thin w
es-thet the nit IlNtfc ecuriy ait ie, hem the mychi- iniruosnt of pawer nt, uopinoo, by eaminpls of blood to" I him knew he was nrawn (nr the militia : 1 o
ar-y pf daM Wr Dr'|drt.unl canoeW be lurand pginm Wacr mhi flort ,r Revolution, the Caiminal Lsw of swered the Em-maker. *'I asn, r' vn rs ""to '..e 1
the ivernc rnn anl gll lt lw e slihlt l ps magct of a n Fr.n aer. pha o ,.le.rc,>' ,,matn'riclal t.l er.lati,,. Fronim i a n, n0 g 1.ab ouothn' s ha ,roIn r"*'
att n oif the lPa Ie l dim ntwei-rveforAi Ig L;fed Lia dot to- ben of as mo a. a, and liu % toe t rurr, o t ejoinc t do o c mak es ca. c I ht Is b
idtetr n am Slio imi a oultf aN ati-ronarl i n Ldap Lamm,- ur o f anlg Icia l gmoat n.ntin Ti mm was luo ut rica exempt. Iettlag Il t-aA:

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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 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! 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^ 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

ni ( 'M-^M' iH gf^f aijij|* fwvfMi of lair se gaia tioM DcniHn b. wi^A'VlS ^**'*!"*' *f '"f •^'oiMte'I. the pap^ WR ba pnMd, and vjiaiim-d ki Uie .ertioiiH .ll Chmmtm adjurB| liJJ lo-morruw at nooi,. W prialing of jl. pa,e rcOa.lvel''ur""af uf IU|amtlive hu iH-cn a.sician. are not anprolM,nslve of an^r danger. Partit-8 of tle 2d W. 1. Regi. patrolled the street*, don'rif^ the whole night. Na8AU. N. p. 9Ui January, 1832. To the Snuf Coloured Ijoyal Subject. rea^f an^'r."' "'7r? ''"'.''''^ yours>!f,just manage to r ad and wnte. and be impudent to my, for niv inlots masked hy aecultnt in a crowd. I hot b Th omax a> KRRATA. In rtM. • luit of voters," pubj.nhed i,. our Ia,, for M Hd./' re-J TKu..s Nu,,.,. Alo-^ouun.d. bv nu.,ak.. lldrr^ ^'^;^'";"7^*-K--. -^'-k ;-n. Hbo oifd for mc*%ti. Builer, Kerr At Co. TOWN DlSTRIc:T~mXTiON. Tla Sciuliuy ufHin tin; voles given at ilie town District tliM iMM.. iefuiiiiateert Taylor, Ks^uire, 43 Oeorge P. Wothus p.ovmg to tlie country, bo falsity of cl.;.ru.' which had been brou-ht parties to. The enli^^htened" k'* "^^ ^ tot, as yet. committed himself ^"^^ f that iIkj difficult situation in wb Tv place^nr counf..„a„ro was, although sud W hat y>'— ^'> <> which di.l no ance of the war, to obtain ther adds, that during the events country, the friendly relations vlr • - and the ,.yu.ent ot^l. .SX^^ •'he..n or a moment delayed. M'T "'^^i *t.l enveloped in darkness, Ixu^e" "^''•P* ^^ and confidence on the Almighty." *" "^ Br-..-i^HlSSlA. tl'^Landwehr, when x^u.i^^Z '^ '"' '^. •rrriH, "^t out yi '^n tiK,. potiiion ; f.,,, Black c'onVpanri Uilv':" T ""!• whom can write ; and second H\ulr J ^ ^^"^"^^ whom know B (vL l^. .^.I'' .'":^?'" !>">'. ""t one of e'ant : timt if you pot their na regular troops. in-Chief of Uie Prussian' artillery array 01 the Rhine, ami that the i hoir ""' •'^'^il 'lers to hold Itself i„ readiness. Th' p'""^ f^ potic than the King, whose of uT* ^''^'^I. 'ogether 10 favour of war The L* f"' '' ^ C tlK-r particularly the I^noe;, ^ ''l!''V^H nn. rom a Bull's fooi-if you except one ser. company is composed of fX) rank and file a', d -norgery, ror rim;:^:;^:::^'^^^^^ naakuig arrangements tor a fr^sh purchase nA^ I eport H,atc..s that I'ru.ce Albert X .^"^ h.lan.l. ha.lalong coulerence wthYhll. '^' '^'"^•. ami that some animateru.ce Royal and our Aln ilrT ' Two couriers arrived here to-day— oJrI...,*^i:^ ...I-, r,om K.,„i„_f,„ .h; K s' ':„';" 'i""'*'** ly r.,,air..d ,o .be', Pal .T;,^ br;:*''** atthes. *^ '"* '*<^*^'|()tiki our very humble friend k i 1 I alihouvb no p'M It inner. ^ ^ POLAND. l.erman Papers contain official R„..;. Ts m Poland at pr.sen.. !\ Lh^lK'!*^' pears to tee angry at tbeVe.i,anr. "r^ ,^^' the surrender of Warsaw ami ^^"'"7"'" hij^, 4-ourceH, that hi, cond.ur;.;ji "'l.;'"''^"'''^. NA BLACK ANTI SMYTHITE. I'rtrfn thr Trinidad (iuardian As the Mail Boat tenia 1 Olll m^emher 30. TUK AKaiV,L OP ,„s EXCELLF.Ncr Who landed at the King's Wharf ibi.; "^mi imin ine ratriot armv • i..,! t -'"ntj. I'Hd l.c,.n expclb. from ,1 ; '*'*" '"" ''^'"'^""•'rf* J I Cracow. This oH the death-kne iH m-wH [Russian, bowe/erta"^ ol Polish hopes. • ti i itctiuom The event of the week Is the trial lut^"^' ^' signed thr ( 'louro, of vUiting t own k '"'T"'"' ''"'' '^ g ineir own K,mi^, the gentlemen approaclK.! thj' jr wli!'1"t"7' f'"^ ^^ "^ vessel liiH KxcJIency was recein'i ^^ !'^: "^^ ^"' '''-' 'salutes. '"•'Hem health spi"^-.ood things prepared, or:::, 7^ elod. caiue into town, as we ....ieve i, cu.ion.^, Pr,, of vuiting Ht ilK-ir own K,Me reti-iHMl to reprwcnt tlKMii—froui wbe tv.% and is accom|ani..d by Mrs. U P--ngerintl.\scW^ langliter, and Miss Elizabeth'r;*-'""'^ ••'_'•••. hfr the RoyaU also came THE NETIIKRLANDS A definitive arrangement ha. iH-enco!:^^^^^^^ V Ma.sha boult and ( aMuiir Pern.. a,nin,i (U ^ o'Ik' Irxhvne and HeroluUvn for det.aiia„ U d^'Mng the outrageous att.rks which are Ta i'J^ ese two pajK,r. against every one oflp^L* eminence, I cannot think that the Presi.Ienr^^ as H.en particularly happy in his .election of tit tor prosecution, from all I ran learn on iIm. Jd^ ^^ I. ir^lincd to believe that ;::";: ^^^^^ have, any chance of here ; however, tktrij. iipCiisom. T r' ''' nMoeMi• ^'<'""' tt'a. while M. (\\^^>^A. nnisketsto(.ov<.rnmentfor34f. 90c., arms of fili they returned to tlnir homes. M!ju\y in llw eviiufi "ce. aboui sunset I ."""""'* '" *^'^^' "^ •unset, territory on the uj>erior qoali.y „,i,h, 5,. ,,„,-,j ^^^ ^;^^ ._,.^ ;j; three Irancseach, and^.. I 1 L l'roaid of thi. heine only im^tonal p.^.v.„i^„ belonging to I Cr{ T"' *"^. "' *^"*^ aereenunt, at a vm M-^ the Scheldt. The navi^,,,?: ieLV^^r '".vV*"' '"''^ "'>' '" En^Ua^ Ita*^ MiniMtTs, no one tor i^"^ from ibf A** moiiw ia M pas** ^ left bu. of that river U to be n acconling to the wme p^indnTe^'^ "iT T""" "'^""*-''" and "• Th. fKirtion of L^^enhuT; wh;;', '!'' '^^'^'J' "^ Vieng'um I, more than half tba"r;i^:. '''''' ''. ^^^^''^'^ o Bel this cession b '^nfg, contain that portion here, was given to either of ilie to|>ea imndHT tricht re„, wholly Dutch •ndred yards of ih<. residence of th^ P r m but .,,.,1,1 n, „„..„,,, ,„ ji '""'"' " J'ng, .do..b,.,„ g,,.., ,.' ~"'•"'. require,] ^|in up.iiui'ii':!: Atu^r drk Um sinsts M,.rt. „d™u,^, ,.^,.,. ,b„c;,„r:j7,:*'V"'''''"^'' n. .11 .,. ..l. p|„eo; l.r.ri'.^T""' *"'*"" """"-'. -•• "H Mr. j„b„ s,:;' ':: ':r"\'"""'"' W.,r,„„,., ,.H, „^ ,, ^„„J; •";""> '"•"rt-^.ed. r; .nd wiiibu ..„.,.i„c, n,.,,p :"'''''^"-"f "ro„,„..„erf .„ hi, „,„ ^i,,^„^^ ^ ""'"'!' .rc of L,„e„,b„., ^ ,,,,hi ^;: .E"' 1 „u, M. p.„> .t 'i:r "": n r:'. ^ fretch debates are conducted: more tiiin two days wt-re .jOl}"*^ • '"••"'"^ evidence of tlie merest rumou'is withlg|t*hJMl">wof imp(rtance, not one little of which was j^ proved, and liie greater |>art of which, ifii bad bivn ^^, iroidd have had no bearin;r on the chsv. T|„. Jjglfrcli, a^ develojMjd on the trial, would not have occupi^tiuree iiouis in detailing and di!cuK.<>ing.'* />oa< an Eji^iish Paper. LETTtR FROM MRS. RAMSBOTTOM. tiM .^.Vy^"'" ^''^"''", fioct. 14. IhiAi Bull.— U hat wdl you Aunty reformers say now. gl^c m&1$m mrmtit. ^.jcause Mr. Ram was a wi it'-ler radical, and so am I be ^^ I do not know no bt-ttor, and iheerfor I redes' the r**S a''l '" 'l''te agreable to iImj pinions of the Head ^rof that paier. I kixc bin to hear the debretts of the |>eera'.e— wo had gf^ainthe House of Lauds What a man Ihat iiuiry Kr^Mi H— tt hat a spich he made, ami how tlirusiy he not ^l ,sk.Hi what It was he wa, a drinkinir, md they told e.Bi,bu^>~!useemed as if he could have swallowed rt,.,f. He had the tumblers bin, ot and ot, like the „Ae^ at Ibis Club— but when he went down upon his Mi^buue., 1 was quite resolved into tiers, fur eer ht> sever cwl git up agin. "'*-'^ "^ Urd (iiey is a u fine, but verv-grey indeedI WMidKjr bmi as Lord How-weak luany'ear:* ago I saw L,^d Moasler too, auois hup with a gnat olI. tin, votes stood thus John VV ildgoos. Esquire 22 Ilenry G. Armbrister, F.sipiire 2,) Innry M. Williams, Esquire 33 James Malcolm, Esipiire, 35 A Scrutiny was demanded on the part of the two first name.1 gendemen, which, we understand, will take place to-morrow. ^ To-.lay, at a meeting of several oTihT^^ost res,M.ctable -nhalMtants, held at the Public Buildin.^, John Storr rsrtosc,curetbe public pc-ace, and a deputation waited upon Ills Excellency, fo. that We live not yet 'en "*Fxcenency's,eply.-Several gentlemen have volunteered, and been sworn in as Special Constables. On Monday morninj; in St. Matthew's parish after iort Illness, Mrs. Mary Armbrister, wife of J BY HENRY (iREENSLADE 6l CO. To-morroit, Tkurstiay, the I2tk iusiant. At lle Stow's of John SttM-r, Estp At 10 0*01oek, A. M. Will Im Mdd I ^^T ?^ •'"* '^'^'^ Aint^rican scJimmer Only Son hm on tlie Bahama Bank, in her passage fruo, B.L ^ ^' Mobile, consisting of, "• * SIkh's, Hats, Stationary, Chain, Fig Tobacco, Buckets, Measures, Fiirs, ("ottims, Pickb'N, Check, with a variety of oilier articles Sails Rigging, Anchors, Cables. Cam bouse, dtc. c. dtc. • AXD— About 20 tons Bar Iron, I erm— CASH before delivery. Januarv 11th. a short Arm ames ices'"^pain helps Don tiMi noose to me. U the King of rr.ill they say he will suckM.ed in keeping his hone-::tlK: l^imh IS all fv, wants to put him to rites. \\s for Roosly •d Prooshy, P. says he can't soy much about them S {^distLeavm, has not left, and tl.nt Bowlow i, 'bZ k-|c-l..f else lo.ay..,g allairs seems below p.*. The Bishap of Lundun did not vote agin the Bile~I -ht wdiiis to try ai.oihei—iius u Cireek to nie, Mr B ld.n.k,...e people are just shewing their spril-HJv' HuaW Lord l^minuudeiry pooling out a pintoh', and frianm^ aich a mauny men as I.e did. vjy ,,, ,„^, „ ';' ^10 houses and as for the Hayfair at Kno.ti .ll am Clfe, .1 WIS absird Inn the hextream, for to ,„y „,i...d ,|?e -nstjr^y of raising the New Caslles. is bun.inl. down Z 0, fr,e;.d P. applyed to me to u^o and ask Fulm<.r to be •*le f.a.r this time : and Lavy woukl like ,0 be a V ice! stHi s;,y,— a Barreness she would not lisson to ; (TT^ r.rery person ahnut to Uave thee Islands after haoin^ resuled therein for the space of rmnry d.vh, must ^ur security at the Secretary^. Ojice^arput up his name in saui OJir^forwimrs dats prtriou, to hi,drparture^af. ttr which, at any time dunng foetv-kivk D.*y, a Ticket may be obtained. .NAMES OF PERSONS BY HENRY GREENSLADE ^ CO. On Monday nert, the Ti6tk instant. AT THE VE.NDUE HOUaE, At 11 O'clock, A. BC. _,, VV dl be Sdd, That extensive lot of land situnte on the Hill, will, all i;;..*::;.'!'//"^ ^"'•'i""' 'j^^*^*K<'iH--ty of Mr. Thom., containing, by admeasurement, 15u leet by Whewell, 128 iect. qu _'irrnu4,~6 montitt Credit, on giviag security, if reJanuary 11 ih. ABOITT TO oaTAI.'* TICKETS 9lh November lUth . I (U!i December SlHt . 3d January ... ua IK.P\RTURE. Thomas Turnbull. A|jh'y Wells. Capi. 8. R,jd. Frhx (^asimir Ruby R)bert W ler. rMlHE JVOTICE. SUBSCRIBh:iJ, i„u.ndi„g to leave th & April next, fiir the r„i,od States, reqm.^s all ocr•Kjnshavingdemand, against him, ,0 rende. tl^.m ; fad .hose indebted to make payment on or before Hkj Khh ebruary. All accounts remaining unpnid afle.r tZ dale, will bo Icfl at the office of Ci. P. Wood Fi Z recovery. •^** '** January 7th. F. TURNER. *^.mploy.ervunts of their hone, without trying to dis-' F^l^oae. p..ople wmh is as ,oo.l as then Jivel rry what do they mean by sayii. whipster of a frac K wenever they talk of Lord John Rusdo ? I ,l.i .'it •.Ii..^ou .0 some o his inqnitence in .he Ouse of Kom •J*. F u mer says that his Lurlship can't bear iroidng imc r^.7.";r^""""''^''^'^ i-t Wednesday!;! •^y, I „, all ,„r Kefurm, and Lord (iray. and CniCer J^^ufllTin, and vote by Ballad. And now I \mZ] ^ rejected, I am ready for another hugar, Cocoa, Com Meal, Corn and Poutoet, Brig Richard, Lanlman. Lo„j^„ C^overnmeni Stores and Mcrchand h%va:\a. S. HOWAIU), Jr. has n.sumed h<.r Uojuunso .HTAHi.ISHMI.NT, in the Calk de los O/iciitM nr. of tli<(;oyernnunt Hou.He. "^ '' '^^' T|h. very airy and cimmanding situation of thi, \uu^ should commiin.l the attention of all travelh^m in .^^. climate. June 16th. travellem in a warm •nqnished by ,|^ | „,,.. commercial man, with his ^T"-'''^-''>''^:z\t":lit^^^^^^^ "f .1... ^-r„..„ic •,„;;?;,(;;';;:""• '"" Antw Maes> piCK,n ofhavinu at least Wn dad tosei7.e tl.e opport-*' of benefitting tbe house of his friend and partner. Ik.'t IS that I consider the pr ^^"rJllr^T'^'"^^""^' I would d;:^; jl!r; ^S^^ cut ibe Jordan knot at once, and resolve the Iarlyfci^ftTthk^'"^ in your pepper. tl.t may show me you Yours,, till in french sbip, F.S If t)1-R AMSBOTTOM fShaoi. • ""'"'"^ "" ^^^'^ ' ^^' IMIycoecch of the Ki (Jh •lent of fb:I " ^^'t' fellowI o'mI:" :"• '^'*cared. if the whole be of iioie oe of Some c •"uano,ui)..n the or. ..: c .t"^^' 01 the |i bnf^... "*• UMiaMy so unnmmriwnt i.„_ -Mion of TIk? * much is said re, iHJtt. ,-,^,.„, •. ." over him," nnd M. ("^"^* ^ortl,H„b appointed Prefect in his stead. All d*-* '" ffhM I -iic now, a* SO murb i...,.:.! '" ""* <^onduci imr f.>^ i ... ^ comlua merited, f cannot conclude wiilw*"' >"r attention to the extraordinary manner la "III afe the improvemeiiis fny direction should l>e cultivated, been mount 4, wr iaiK,'„;;:;"j;r'."'-*''' • "- "•" • <" K,\uy,~ nder ^^1^1^ "' ''"' have almost always *rif ,w., u. ""'" '^'our, yet it was not so in rcali.., 't^re paid more money per day, they ork. My friend and host of this The .\mencan schr. Only H ^Vin Black, fmm Boston to Mobde. waHost on thf UAgifi.haraa Q^„k. P,„rnee™ and crew saved ; aUo a creat part of ber cflrgo. which has l^en brought here by ibiwrf-ckert: Thr .American bng FreiRhtrr, Captain Bhnchard. from Havana, to Portland. Maine, 60 hy. out. came in here m d.^tre., thw momfnc having been blown off the coast, with loa f SillK ioill (.;o( ' FOR MALE. 1 \, "?!^*^.'"* Hnnii^^ at present occupied hy Mrs. Ponier. The House i. roomy ,S convenient, w.Ui a large Kitchen and waah Kcmse attached, chair house and stabling for threlorses, extensive yard and grass piece. The out buikih^ have l,e<.n lately thoroughly rr,>air,Hl, and the Jfreater ZJ! of the fences have been mwly put up K^*^ P*rt ALSO ** A tract of Land situated at tlw Villaw contftJnIno;a .r,.-,. I, i, divi,i..,i ,,v ,1.. vii..,...,„„,T:,::rnf ^ O^vjllac,. ,„,„ ,|„. |„„. ,,i,| ,„^. T,,i, ,^„j ,iaVZ pod uf in on<' i,r tlirf.loU. Anplv lo Septeml.. 17U ., -"^^''^ "" ^'^^ER. A r.INf^,HAM rMBRELLA,was brought ,0 this oC fice Rl>out a week since, supposed by mistike I be owner may receive it. on application for (b ... November iSid. aame. itrr ciiri-o. CIIKLST CIU'RCII JPAHINIl. WW \ y\\(i fixed the .,s,,/. of BRF.ti. at the I ate of |iO -'-!,. the.,.ts^hi,,, ffave been, ... onChat Mos,, 1 have urged, j shillinir Loaf do w.-i^rh 2lhs. fio7.., and tlK-sixjK.nny Loaf jK-r barrel of su,erfine, Ordered, that dnLoaf do wcifrl, 2lhs. fioz., and tf lib. 3oz. By order of flic Vestry. \ EUTRv Room, 3d January, lKi2. FOR NAI.E 1^ ">< iisfure Djiv I I I'""' m^m W!'' '"•' i" ' c^i. M^ ^^"^•'•^".v paid ; TT character, to wa^h, iron, and cook, for two sinck? ^*^'''>M whi' '"'""' "'''"'"? P^'' ^'"V in this men. ^ ""^"^ '" '"^^ to Jr!i;;j' ^-^<'^ine^Mr. Heed. January 4th. en For particulars encjiiire at ilii^ ofhre. N. B. .None nwd apjily who cannot come menrled. rell FOR MAI^E— At thin omce. Bills n Writs, General Court F'.xecutions, Inferior Court Writs, Suhpcrna Writs, }*iuf>[xrna Tickets, Police Summonses, Police Permits, Police Warrants, Militia Warrants, BilN • ^.!e for Vessels. Mor! (with bonds,) Wan ..t \ttorney to Confess J inlgmenf. Attorney's Warrants, Arbitration Bonds, Appritice IndentwtMi, Powfof Attorney, Oblifalinn Bonds, dir. Acr. Ac. rccomJ N. B.--J..b Printine execute*! with neatness 1^ d. patch, ii^Min jfMkd pap'r, and on modoraie tcroia. January 4, iHSai. ''K''^l \l I r N % f \ lA^. '"1 I. .15


f *l-#^' ;• jy ,ti •' *J.. I flf m ™* I 1'. r H-SHHi gjir ji|j>niji irttiig 'i'-.^ i^nmike tsmiim Vwitritr, IMi^fUr t6. T\m MmfUimt €kmmk, m tiw pmm W m able nr%kk> on ilw fU-^MV^ Mi, my0^ **iit ilieMHenwl hctwew lW unditmrnttthf^of ParliaiiMif, if w! M firtttir, ami ii('iii<|e vkb • mir ftrarl mimI immiI, ri' ikmH fire lli Lords oiic more tUrnwinf; out iImHilt. Ii an t^Kvlleut thifig to iutiniidaie tlit* Lord^ ; bul in acimiiinr n wtiole nation, wtio ran ay rtuit Hie drsif ••! (taint may wH jM|iiH>tinic* be pi(i9etj ? Let u, thrrt*foiv, Kir.iif at^aintt AccUienH. (^m uh guard H|;aint whatI'Vfr lriK rin a National Koii in tiNr bt^rt m( tii Britiuli ftysteai of in4*>iAryt ih' |nMtf vMliufi **t tmivr t of the vory (Ir*^ conic4|N-itrc ui tiw |.'Hrf of tlM5 wh4>le ctMinliy. By ot^anixiii*; uorMilvi'fl, ilM^rcfon;, into ArnH-d VulanKwrp, or ShtMMal to luaiiage. It is well lu guard against tlie wort." This is not itw firt tinie titat tfic forniatKinof a NiUiona) tiiiard in tliisi 4'4HJiilr> lia* been ri*t-uniiiM>ndetii( ; (JT raiU^r wel*iild say iJwl, alilK>U|;h in existcnril< a C4>riuiu e&teni, tfciey are gmdually dienrin;^ and will, |rdwUl), in ab*H-t tue, tntirf ly di!it^|K'r. rUe advaMlat><'it of a National (Juard are niaiiifold ; but it uuut Ix" ciHi*lre*i, at Umj same liiue, tbat lUere are in<-iivMi4'nc*9 coniMTtt'd witb it of tut slij^lit iiiai^'nitiide. In a riHinlry liko France, where tinn'preMrnlalion of niore than thirty tmUuim m iiiuikxi loh-M tUalJ(M),(HM)prrons aiMJ whtNre, conuii its power, be abb) to fondar a L'liaibMr o( Ke^irasentative* Mjbs*irvint lo its lyUtW^amd a ctrtfujar standM( araty iastruMwnUi in keeping dwu ttte priiM'i(det of freeiluni, it is wry iniporfaat, io-^a^l, tiuit ditf t-iiiaiu, faeiair arnicd fur thV(*rnut<*n( auJ itic rtNiniMcr Jteii il ia •mUt b a ra iis a the rep<)Mfuali* •<' the Freiwh is imin-rfcct llait tiie ptWitit al iutluenoe of lbNatiMiMl Ituard tan be considered b>fu.'licial. Here tla; Iri nch so represented, that ilk) riMindii gf l)i'pu(ie< nii|eht, througti the ordinary eierri?.*' of tin* ptddic vrce, if ib*t ^wm|>U> ruuhl be sure iliatit would nevtsr b*turiMMl MtrainM tlifmselvet. l>ivttiiint; a NatHMial (tuard of its p^ditical chararter, aiwl of its importance as a miiitia to preserve liie Sutcfrom external aitackx, its duties are to p4>rfi>rni a {>orlion of the aailitary service necessary (or lle ntaiiiifuance of •Her, ;ind, In tinevent of cmnmotion, to render collision iMMwrt'n the poofde y^nd l)e regular troofM unnecessary. l*r>tK-tion of propetty and tlnj tranquilliiy of tin^itale are ii dirtct tit)jTts. TIkj.m-, it mu<>t be coid'c-Mcd, are admiraidy arconipltslMHl in France ; but if tlie indetiendenoe of tlie State were unmenaced, ami tlic citiiu>n had, t)trouh il-ir Repremnta lives, a suflicient clieck u{>on tin' tiovftunM'ni, Rrwl tIte ion4lete cunniiHnd of tie troops for tin* |irfuniiauce of those duciin wluLb are now in ilit* hands f ilic N^timml (iuard, woidd it itut UworM} |l)n u4lek %* every town and village to form ii>eU into a garrison aid lo misc a sort of military mania, equally destructive of habitu, of imluilry, aid of tluMe puacefid Si'ntinienta wimh, in ihe ahM>nceof danger frnn without, are essential for tle i;eiH>ral wt'lfan'tH* tocioly T ^Uw, Iww do tlim|! stand in this country T \Vo ace in fc daniier of invargencv lle ri^idar tn>o(M may be c*IUjd u|K>n with propriety for ttie maintenauce of ofdrarid the prolet tion of protitrlv. The tiovwrmiieat at this monieiit liein^ so coni^Mm-ii, Ikat we tiave o reaMia lo apprrlMiid an attack upon tinpruprny r liv4 of the piN*ph* irt any cHMiimi*mal daMonsiraiMin on the (wrt uf liie hitter, if it will biit do iti ^ly ther<> oia he m> nenwaity fof N;ui,MMl tiuard, and wlwH the K*tforni Htii Mhali \wr,wtt Uw, the Mhiiary miueiM^ of iIh> liHise o( (\Mnmoris utusi be soch, that ttie r4ivad th*Hi^tdar ^rmy ennmn he ctwverted by any jMM,pl.'. Tln-rv wuidd Uno aeceii> lur plavint: atsuhlin if llie Parliamnii were fifcM>foed; aaij as that Relurm is at liand, why dMHjId wo crea|e 4 fotce which it wouhl bo priKh'iit to di^liaml ahiiuwt imuuaiiately allt;r it aiiooUl liave lakan phice t 'The only circumstance which couhl, in our opinioa, rrnder lite faimiiion of a \ati durini; tlie interval which munt vU^^' Imd^ the Kform Bill can be can-Mil, wouhl he a muliu^m-c ol duty on llie part of llw. Ministry. If iIh, yoon.anry art' to Ucomjimuded by aati-n-formers— if tlnn* i not iIn' greatest m] most mernel roi.lHhnre in t\^ rommamJw-in-('|,ief of the refular aruiy— if the L.>nb Luienant of counties who in tl evrnt of any attempt by the anti-refornars \o maintain tlH prt*nt corrupt system by force, muM po^iw great influenct'— ire not to be paitiians of tlie Kiiijr and the', ilM'n, indHMl, a National liiiard may be of Ciseuiial seivice, nut mdy for the prott-ciion of proportv but al!M> lirilM-aiiainm#Mit of liberty. Uehave rrason lM.wever, to Ik^lievr, iliat moaMjre* are in contemplation which would render it iin|>ovMhl to make any |>orii.n of iImyeouwnry inHtninn ntal lo the amU of tlio anti-reformer*— tlial tiMf moM iHiAct serririty xKfs, that ilw marhilrr cf tlie U'ar l>|wrtuM'nt tiuinot l>o fum. i ,^a,iist the (itivirnment, and 1I1.11 iIhslii;lui*ett pna|a-ct of an intention ou tlcpaitof iIk anii-rtlormiMg Lord* Lieutenant of countiei* to uw dieir influiMia' against reform, will be suflicient to juality tuMaut repression. For tltene reasons, tliereiiiire, we must object lo the (aropaaal fur forming a .Nati4nal (iaard, and ht'trayfag a want of confidence in tlai intentions ami ener^ of die Government. If circuMMlances sliould change, llie view of our Contemporary may be entitled to a cotuuderatioo, which it dues nut at present seem to us at least to deserve. f*Tom a iMndtm Paper. DWBIIriSALOF EAKL HOWE. HOIHK OF COMMONS, Octolxr 18. Mr. Trevor sai^l he had lat night pnt a r|u-Htion to the Nerlain to her .Maiesty. The auHwtr he received was, that the Noble Karl h:ul tttmiered his reitinoanon, and that it was accepted. He (Mr. Trevor) haj shk ireceived a letter from the Noble Earl, (wiih wlioin he iuuhi observe he had no pergonal Hcquaiutance,) xiatoig ibal the iiiforuialiun given in the pii|>erH on the subject was at variance with rbe farti of the case, and telling him he a^ at litierty to make vthuiever uie he pliiHeerty I take in making a few obH(>rvalionKon a question whieh die pa)>ers of yesterday mcntMMied tu have U^n put by ywu, iu the House of Cominoiu re.H)cluig my diimuiMal from die llueeu'n HouMchold. If ibeanNwer JrtlJobn RuMell is reiiorled to have given in The Time$ in die one he really niari Crt-y and h{ colleagues to the King for my removal, in iMiseqii.'ine of my vote the other nif-bt h?n been the V4ti^f, ^^^ ,„y j^^,,^ ^^ hnger in her Majesty's Household, ••'el that it is but common justice to ray own character to "lake this Hiiaeiiieiit, and to give you full authority to make wbajt-ver use of it you like, except the msertion of it in the |blic |>a|M'rs. — 1 have the huuour to be, your faithful and "*tdienl servant, • HOWK. '• The Hon. H. Trevor." Tnder these rircnmsiiuices, he (Mr. T.) felt that the only course now left for him lo pursue was lo put a question to his M.*jesty"s Mitiislers, with a view of asiertiiinine the nature of Ibe <;< Is its liny really a{o***\. He therefore winhed lo ask whether the Noble Karl who had lately Ailed the office of Chandiertain to lier Majesty was dimiK)*e<| in consequence of the vHe he h.Kl given on the Keforni Hill, notwiihAlaiidiog the prirvious umlerstanding that he shouhi be at lit>erly to vote as he pleasetj u|Mn that question ? The ChaiH-ellor of the Kxchecjoer said that nolbini; coabl be clearer than the principle of its being the prerogative of the Crown to retain or Ihiuiss its own servants — [Hear, bear.) It would lje contrary to his duty, as a Minister of the Crown, to stale any reastm why this prerogative had been acted upon in Ihe instance to which the lIon^Member adverted. The subjnct tlien dropped. ing iImj Fuglish Uw, it became one of the min capital |Hiuishnients are concerned. By the leon, the crimes jMinishabk; with death were tAm, V >iMa, number of wi, from a caulugue tlwt equalUy T"* not surpaM, tlie bhick list of capital o^Fenii^lHf graces the kiw and outi^ges tlie tiviliiaijo,, afi Can wc wonder tlie peopfoof France respected sacredness of human liie after the Revohitil -' than after die Ilevolution of 1789? But ih* ^^\ yomi what cotihJ Imve been expected of lli*f .^^^ 0I€SSi, Editor. it: BAHAMV ARGU.S. only ahed no blood from tlie luoniint that the actad was decided, but they cried out for the abolitioorf ^ jmnishments, although tlie fate of tlic ex-Mioi|Jl^ treason to the State and oblinat<; ickedness hg??? ed tlie streets of Paria with blooi'<| to exist : it is to be lM)|d Uuit aaen of iiHxlerate principlts will not be dw lirst to revive it." We wish we could pay u similar compliiiMmt to tlie Criminal Juri.sprudencc of KngUnd, and say thdt die *' Uw of revenge hns ceastNl to exist." But, in regard to die poiiisliment of criim-, the law of nveng? ii part and parcel" of tlie law of Lngland ; and yet Jmlge Hale, and otlwr Jmlges since his tinu', Imve affiriMetl tliat Ckrutiamity u part and parcel of tlie Fnglish kiw. Can th systems of reason and (lassion — can the di|)cnsations of revt-iige ami enliehtcned justice c>-exiwe felt no ixiiiurse at sacrificinc humanldctoa barbarous expediencv, bl tu not fon^et lliat Ku-r. ar.d ParliHUK'wU, and tinfriends of estaldislied order, Uui;ht iIkoi to rely on tlie efijcao of tlie a\e as an inMruuK'nt of power ami opinion, hy .'xauiples of l.bK>d 8ice tUlormer UiVoUuion, the Cuininal Law of r ranee bad iiiidercoiie material alterHtim. From k>ine one of the most >.u)-uiii..ry in turoiH-, not even exceptof the tyranny of Charles X. were placed lait ^(^ C ntil tiajn the guillotine was allowed to test— bat ^^ lia.s bt^en since uulnifostl^n its edge oace fiir tlie work of extermination. NVliat liai lHtJ,eg** vented the French Government from reviviijf ihe^j^J?" of blood T A dread — be it spoken lo tlie slwnne^^ Government — a dread of tlie iulerpoking kMmaintt Jl people! • The 3fessaf^er de CAamhrrs lately stated tW" execution was to liave taken pUcc a short tiiue m^^ die Plare de Grere. However, in coasequeace ^ tain indications on the part of the popuUce, lU 1^ rities have tliought it prudent todefer this exkifci^i The same jwiper followed up that statement with lU k lowing jmlicious rtMiiarks: — Since the July KevuUa tlie frightful guillotine has not made its appenu„ Paris. It ought nv'ver to be brought foranrd kre. 1^ abominable punishment cannot with proprii>ty be wm the midst of a (wople wlw behaved with so rwich m^ ration and virtue on the mrmiorable occasion retcmrf a We said, at tlie time of tlie trial oi' die ex-Minisieft ^^ the death of those fannms criminals would have bm stain upon the glory of tlie three days. The poti^Ka of death was abolished as regarded them, and iUU h equally so with respect to tlie whole conimonity." 1^ reasoning cannot lie resisted except hy inaintsiaiMih doctrine that the knife of the law shouhi spare ptsifr^ uiinals, and only fall upon tlie necks ol infeiior uliatei County Mrf titles. — Meetings have been held in llie fa| ing counties, (in addition to those nienUoned in our Im,) 1 address his Majesty in support of Ministers amlofikel^ form Hill :— iSurrey. Cornwall, ('uniberl.-ind, Haiii|Kirt,1i wu-ksbiie, Kussex, Durham, Norlojk. and other cooMiH. \ is thus that the people of Kngland repel the churns i/a# ference. to the cauie of Keform.— 'I'hv weetiOKs of Iwm port of the King, the Mmistry.and the Bill.— £^. Fofn. P0ETS.7. Female Emis^ration. — Tlie Commivsinncrs for £ gratitin have camM>d it to be intimated dial govenMM have determined to appro|>riHte the sums produced \ij k sale of Unds in New Smith Wales and Van Dii*i Land to tlie cncouragenK>nt of emigration by usaMriii females to those cohmies, unrter certain retfulatiuM. Fe males betwt^n the ages of 15 ami iV), meniben of aaii about to |>roceed to the colonies, may receive X)t wi from the Commissioners, to l>e (mid to tla* lajadssfiv families, or lo tlie Captain of tlie ship in which llvf at conveyt'd : if not forming part of u family, and (MMair funds neci^Mary, in addition to tlie £H, to eoiuf/kmit price of their (>a Mage, they will Ih> ad mi 1 1 I'd as for tlie IxMitity of gtivernment. As sorm as a nundier of |M-nons have si(.Miiti4M| their wish lo and iIm conditions have l>een cmnplieil with, tlie — ^ioners will take up a vesjMd for the conveyance if** emigrants, into which m other passengers will be W*' led. Sliould tlH numlM'r of applicatMms be tio p* ^ the funds, femalos who contribute the largest propsrli*" tlie col of tlieir pasNacre will be entitlol tu \i(rknt: but, in the abwnce of oiImmt diittinctions, prioriiv nf •R^ cation will form tlie ruU of tieleciioa. Marriage Port ions in Aetr :^uuth MaUs^or Iftdi^ Raehelor emigrants. — Tlic following are extrafufr**' reguUtions respecting grants of la ml, dai;d t^***** Secretary's Omce, Sydney, Oct. 1, 1,W):"— Vt^ l*ortunu. '2it — For die encouragement of niatriuw**. Excellency tlic (iovernor has also In'stowed graat* of"*' as marriaire portions from the Crown,' upon il '''*' of the marriage of fiee and resjicctabk' (H-rsoni M** weillock. 27 — In general the husband a-Ulrcssi* ^ lo iIk' Colonial Secretary, slating his ow n and l>i •*! connexions and circumsianres, and, if approved •*? ....'^.aivrii^ dill, l-ll I (llll9lrlO> V^, rtOII, II aj>j'>'-— his Excellenry, the land is granted umhr a p;|f^ quit-rent, and entaih-d u(>on tlie wife an beMuty of llie Australian ladies ai^ refirrtMl • Urt (;onger's Letter from Sydney," in wliirh 1*J^ 'viih so mucli IruUi and feeling in a chapter an ^ •"'^ La.sses." tHefl A person called upon a romb maker, who wss to let him know he was drnwn Uh the militia: *| anwerr| the con.h-maker, • I ;ni ton voimg b>r ervte •T* young. Mu\ :ibout thirty >\ hat do von m an lor that rejoincil flw onib maker, I can >''* •'"' cutliHg; mif tuth.' l-^ HYMN OFTHK MORAVIAN NlNsi. AT THK COWSKCaATlOX OK eULASKl's B.lMaKK. WuK'^ the dying dame of day Through the chaiicol shot its ray, Fr the glimmering tapers shed Faint light on the cowled bead. Ami the censor burning swung, Where before the altar hung That proml banner, which, with prayer. Had been consecrated there— And tlie nuns' sweet hymn was heard the while, fliiitg low iu the dim, mysterious aiale. Take thy banner — may it wave Proudly o'er the^gool and brave, When the battle's distant wail Breaks the sabbath of our vale,— When the clarion's music thrills To the heart of these lone hills,— When the spear in condict shakes. And the stroug iance shivering breaks. Take thy banner !— and beneath The war-ehMid'H dark, encircling wreath, (Jtiard il ; till our home-* are free. Guard it— God will prosper thee In the dark and trying hour, In the breaking forth of power, In the rush tf steeds and men, Hia light hand will shield thee then. •* Take thy banner !— Iiut when night Closer round the ghastly fight. If the vanquished warrior biw, Hpare him !— by our holy vow, By our prayers and many tears. By the mercy that endears, Spare hiio— ^le our love hath shared^ Spare him — as thou wouhUt 1> spared •• Take thy banner !— .ind if e'er Thou shouhlst press the s^ddier's bier. And the tnutfled drum should beat To the tread of m the United Sereie^ Journal. Twas in tho middle of the year IHIO, when the British ••y. aftei various tru;'i.des and hard-fought actions, siic?*^ •= occupying tho very heart of iSpam, that tlie •••y. greatly reinforced, and far exceeding our force* in •^fS bad taken up a very stron: position in our front: •Woilposts were much advanced, that the greatest Jtfce was necessary to prevent a surprise, but our's was •e alert, and rei-ly to check the sliiilitost m.ivement ; "••'•"[eed, is it to find a British soldier slumberini: at tlie Fof honour. The niifht, for the time of year in a ^rn country, was .lark and hnvorinjr ; all was hushed ^Hteace, save the eontle sounds which broke upon the ear, ^^ •entim-ls' f-x.t-steps, as tliey paced lo and fro on •win space of ground alb.tted as their post ; or the vi? -mcer on dutv, cautiously passing from one spot to thri!^ 'il'"***"*'''^ ''" ^*"*'"^ attentive and steady. A ecn^^^ rnn Uy ,he right of the British outp;ts. Ever •on a distant murmur of a niovpinent in the French ;'a*k throueh the still air; then would the officer j^ Mr to the earth, hy whirl,, from frequent habit. •^1 IT'*'**'''''*'''" *^ nmhersin motion; at all j^ ie could dou-rmino the Hirertion tliev were moving •"Dtr^'tl^"*"* '*'""*'"*'"'' '^"^ "'-'" **'""""^ '"••d hieh^ V n the army, and presenting themselves to the pickets, were conducted in the usual furiii to the Imad{ much as possible, tlie cfiance of falling to witb iha eneiny*a quarters. Whatever inl'oniiation they gave, wlietlier it i videttes, untd be bad attained a {loiot bt^yood the rach was considered true or fulse, or what might or might not ? of suspicion. At day-break, he arrive*! at tlie village of havelieeii th|j cause, s> it was, Uiat an attack which had 1 Calvero U?I Monte, and entering Venta, demanded of boon meditated at daybreak was countermandiMl, and tk; ; tlio old Atbvrfwtru, iti good Spanish, soma breakfast. A army reumined quietly looking at their opjumenis, making i few French riffenien were in the room stnokiog, together the iiecessury di|K)siiioiis to secure, if possible, a victory, j with lialf-a-doaen Spanish muleteors, who imnH-diately on it being decitled, tor no doubt goml reasons, to avoid, at tlie entrance of our pedUr Spy, approached iiK|uisitively \emi for the moment, a genet al action, and simply to hohi I to ascertain the contents of his packags ; he showed iheiit the enemy in check. Ou tlw first of tlies) nights it was, j several things, quite like a rttguUr trader, and cass(Hi with those he loved, when my sud*len ap|)earance, startlim' him for an instant, hrictieit observance and opinion of some peculiarly (tim tobacco, which lie liad to sell ck^ap ; tlam giving them a littk) lo make trial of, ami speaktnt; tht*ir own language with great fluency, an instant friendsbip was brought about. IS told them a fictilimis strv of hia birth-place being Bagneres, a small town celehraietl (kht lis baths, just on the oilier side of the Pyrenees, — a place with which be was well acqainted,liaving resided tiieie for a long time when a Iniy, with an uncle who went there for tlie lecovery of his lieallh. Tlwn, like a true Frenchman, assuming a liveliness of dis|K)sition, singing, laughii.g, chatting, and rec.'^un'ing anecdotes abarately taken lo pieces, and regularly laid out, they would n^present the object intended as accurately aa could be desired. Thus did N with his box strapped before him, pass through the whole French army, ininglin^^ with tlie s"nr. ) quickly rerovend himwdf, and without tiaj completely stunned him, and on recovering all was still ; i '*'* liesitalion or apjiarent embarrassment, he replied in nolieing with life remainmi near him. Nut exactly recolh*ctini; the s)>it on which he was, and it being dark, he cautiously for(k*d the stiiMm at a little dialance, believing he was joining his tro)ps, it having already been passed more than once ; at break of day, however, lie found out his mistake, wlMm,to prevent being taken by tlie enemy, he was forced to make a circuitous route of aume miles, ere he could venture again to attempt (lassingover to ra* so artless and char a way, as to throw ofl'all suspicmn, and eave the officer an idea, that hia inletlerts were railier il^ calculated U*f a ^t^neral or any (MMt in tlie army. N soon repacked his box, alutet tlie officer, and joined the host of followers, of which there is never any lack in such situations. Having soon i:aineal in his Hirney to .Madriops early in tlie morning, and was inim.H{intely conprofession, lie instantly waited on tlie General of 1 ducte. quested to lie carried before him : the general welcomed mised him, not only from his knowledge of his abilitiet as his safe return, and after some few inquiries acccMnpanir49 an officer, but in all ottier respects, especially his peirfect bini himself to the couimanrous a service to acat once of the hiijhest consequence to the armv and of pf*ril coniplish an object rm invaluable to tlie ct>mniander of to himself ; yet was his biaHhart undaunted. He re^n army, ami which he had done with such skill. N ceiviMl his instructions, arranged his disguise, and was now now repairt-d to his quarters, wliere he was received devoting this last hour to tlie dli?lit of sincere and real by his brother officers with risers mark of sincere friendfrienddiip. It was, inded, an hour awakenin? sensatiins j ship. Tlic day was occupied in making tlie necessary amongst tlie tlin^e friends easily to Iw iniaeinefl by preparations for an attack at day-bmuk. Onh>rs arluinds capable of sentiments calculated to make life an rived at iIkj difTerf-nl \\o%Xt in quick sucresise of the evenmg, suffice it to say, that when the moment of parting arriwith th> utmst caution and silence, the troofis commenV€hI, it was one of meUncholy in the ii.iest sense of the red movinp to take up positions so as to meet more advnnword. It was niidiiiirhl. Sf— — was ondocti'd by his tagewisly iImkhj of the enemy according lo the report by two friends to the extreme verjeof tlie advanced vmtinels, I N • This at once pro\*d iIk* valu of ok friond'a where a fervent and rapid adiee was exchanged, wlien information : die night was ihus (>asft(Hl, all anxiously anN rushed forward to |>revent those strung emotions of i ticipatiiig the result of the morrow, Ixiih as a hcidy and to friendship overcoming th^ feelings, which, with auch a themselves individually. Alas! many whs s'ndih<*ir draibmandHirstomany • village, about two k-agucs' distance, in order to avoid as brave and gaihuit soldier. The busbaikd, laUier, soo, kivcr. \M '.I ..i^i' n ,' 11 I. '4 iW *" i ',