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The Bahama argus

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The Bahama argus
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Argus
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Nassau, Bahama Islands, W.I.
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George Biggs
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Newspapers -- Bahamas ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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Bahamas

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

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oHAR A ARGOU. pickets, were c uced is the suwal form t the head- much a possible. the chase df g in wish tinm eay'
DA 7 quarters. Whtvor lafeatlo datley gave, whitsher it wdem, eailI he had tuived a poi heyd the esd
auL n ns--WUMLv m U mw, U. 1. was considered true or fabls, or what might or might sm of picin. As dy-brek, he arrivd at tu vhge of
hoive been tp cases, I k was, thiut a attack which hbd Colwe del Meetr, and ending Vueas, dmeded
SM llbrs per aemm- O bn mdiissd at daybreak *a countermaded, and the dtI old Alb m good pimabsh, sma braklM. A
rumy roeamied quietly looking at their opplmosts, making few Fremach r wee Ia the ream kig, tqpt
Sthe necessary dispiakioa to securif pumible, a victory, wish hl .e-dere 8Spniaeh me ro e who uemeay
h being decided, for mn doubt pod reasons, o avoid. at dI e asf e r bar Slpya chd inleh ly
Sleast r the mome l, a gpral action, and simply to h I a esesalo tdher m tem n m I e si ho doe
te inmy i check. On the Ame df Ithee ights k wa, wenl thiMag qum lle a rl trdr, sad mv c e
doth fm t I fud amihble ya g frid and officer gaing e wim the is perfect -d hr ; but his great oje
his Eliu's miniatlue, @nd employing his fancy in the was ae tdm atent-ie and c tiate lhe scqualaea
POE Y. pleasing rtrospectio of the happy houn hie d paied of Id ai U i; hbmet purpa, acoies dtm ai pure
-O*E with tlhom he loved, whme my s den ippearuace, unli Fach, he re ted dir a maeYe Nd opinoe(
MVIIy Or THI MORAVIAN NrJ him fow ea instant, b ke tb delightful chare.--hl4reyn pamliarly o ta cca, which he d b a D cheap
Vie C ...R.,N O,,.nO.A, ing All hiA airy, blifl visoTlm, uad bringing him back the giving thm litle to make trial o, ad speaking thir
Sru co11cu'rTo. or oL s f ling of his real sit uati, with t e various sm. own slmguar wih geln dacly, a lemt friendship was
Was he dyas lI of day tin s. A wasm ead friesdlly q u of the hand amed brought about. N-- told tI a Stleb mary of hi
Tihu lg the cheacl sot i m, that e forgave my iaterrunpdn, which was i am I tin-plce being Bm es a I sl ebmd
OWnhe gtlimmeriln sh
light an the eoed h degree inc ed on my introdweag a pern who Imedy Its bahe, j t ith id of ljyn ,- phi
And the oe bame ig siung. eiteoll his curiosity. Figme a yerself a man drkad which heL Was ub l q edh heAk mbd tme ll ir
Whee bMfoe the alar hung in a or ofr Frech-lalia e ma --m fea msaied with a loan time when a bey, with a mi m rwel them fr
Thi pinod bw.rlt. w ihi wit pe a yellowish b --- box suspended from bi ehuuolerd by a the recovey of his h thh. The, like a ane Frmenhman,
ld Lm aaee ed dm- lithelr amp, cotaimingisnas, toalaccu,perfuiaaesr, tri assuming a lveliaem of diposidon, singing,' indghibg,
a .* aw et hyme we heard the whik, nad a variMy of article likely o e purcm by oirs chatting, and rccuerin. g aedoa bt dear Fraae,
SN lo thediae my"aurio waie. and soldirn : them be how l d and epaid on with al N- became great fieveMt, that at the birf e-
Take thy benmer !-sy i wave the veluity m gasenade of a Frwch pedliar wing lieving the pickets, they bteaed Mli to accompacy them;
Piwmly oer thgmed mad kbmw an army. the request wau of coam cmp iled wit, sad e tih esa
S' Whme Is ol'e dbtm wril Our youth's curiosity was o retly etched that ae his paed through pickets, advanced pgurds, r. to the mi
ireu the sabbalh of ear ad e tlhmgbhs of bume and love were forthe moment obliterated. body of the aumv, miuel ecig the various dispe
Wte U lhe lerkin's mo'e h'd The m ution ot Whe the man cnme from r' How he sidons made and making, the a embr nd all thm -
S To tan mt of te loe chilll-- a Why he came" and many otder, wer put In be of tervce. Being fearfuleofeommlh "y tngto p.
WhAe the Row in conflico shakes.a
Amid thiue urm onct shivering rapid min. I bede him look oethe ema, ad tel me i t per, as the most trW circmsP ee, or ato mWe
TAnkde they leegnehd I Is ihd ever beforedy n h ime caea d ov iri, r te lamat I or f or lf,
STkle thy beene -ead be l and figpre,ed assured ae h ldnot. Ths did thedig ee nd as tk wald hove he mast as a opa l lily far hir
Toe walms dark, oemlig woueth, apper perfect, though our young friend added mourfeDly, to crry a recaulliei tlon o eey tbi Iis mid he m-
S Oasntt; t our hem fr hisfeaturesat firs remindedmn of my dierfriend N- ;; nrted to a cuius method ofheping h moy allt .
,' Ped I i-.aed miU pa p te bat that is noi pm ble for n a skirmish with the pickets HI. box containd shre separate empamnts, each o
i the rkiI fa erf pwer, two alt hagM, I w s ld he bd bn severely wounded which had thrm division, filled with trinket of far
In dhe rush i of tsd. upnm' d taken rionwr whifb drill them from a embui. kinds, hbcco, small packets of maf m en, a ape, *.
Is eight band will shield hee bhen. cade." The seea ow becme t intense interest ; frid-d One party was considered de mals body, and bhe -qw-
Sship -incre ned diinerested -friedship was put to he lera ; te ether parts m dilged aI epm n em ctehr di
S Take thy bamer!-.t whe might test and proved. Poo Frank !" cried he; Heams sinto, advaees, he-ia fa, alU hal t em ry, and
I f ur n the vanquished eties b knows if I may ever me him spin. I lovd him s when sparately taken to pieces, an ud rely id at,
pe him !--by our holy vow, brtlher fruo early youth: his hburt was the mI t of good- they would represent the object ineldd as nuretoly as
By our pryes and malny earsm eus; is soul of Imaour a; idl had y his full sha of could be deird. Ths did N- wih bi o rapped
iy the mercy that endearb lifu's misforlune." before him, pass through the whole French army, t inllin
pare hil-h our toke hauh s d- N-- stood with his Ieye fed. fi Y ealthfl l (kiad' with the soldiers and officers, slig same few of hi amti
Spare him-as thou would be sqarle lnanging co.nienance, i.aJ lle n ariomr feeling dealcted on e.1, and minutely taklag his obeaer atone of all te was
Take thy hanner !-anil if e'er his er1lrceive fci.turns, then suddenly rainsig his cap of ing forward. On one occasion he was placed in sm
Theon shonlds pro the bldier. bier, diegu;ie, rating on hiu a lonk full of pleasure, nd beam. eolardy: being seated on the ground is thie eveing, lay.
And the mul. drum should beat ing with i siondship umost ardent, lolling on his ..im he an out li plan, an oifirer passmn oberved hin, Itentive-
ike trie. d of mournful feL rushed to emhnrace him. Inquiries of ow Ie escaped t lv, and, before he was iware of II, toouhed -- aon tth
Then this onumo flag shall be what were his wounds I and why was e Imbited in la shooldea, asking him, whether he was trying hi skHI at
ur tial kl h arod for thee." ant cisunm I were w iminediate cosequeaos re- copying the moanemwnts of am army, or whtber he island.
d the carrier tolk that banner rol. cogaition. For the fir., it appeared, that being closely d entering the service, beo nla g a. greu. b
ad it wal his egaged at ime edge ao de rivulet, as before desbed, study and practice. N- was at first a ea
BONG OF A A8E-ROVER. dusk coming on, when the picets were all p-al-ll togp- but fading the officer was sot paicrt early acrtinising in
Mhr sHgis Is a bean of mane dier, N- fe a blow from a mausket, which for a time hi manner, he quickly recovered Mimsf, and wthot the
Hlik voedu it ail of Iloa to thee. omi ely suinned hiim. andl on recuvering all aes still; lbut hatilon or apparent emhrremo he replied i
Thy beauty bright, my ocean-queen, no heing with lit remaind near him. Nt exactly recol- so artlre and clear a wys to slow oa'll empkm, ned
Haih more thbn woman's eharm to ne. lcting the spot on whicl, he was, and ik heg ark, h, gave the ooier as ide, thot his ellocts wrel rathr IL.
My Britgatn cautiously forded the sllim at aI little disMase, beiaving calculated for a goparal or y in the army. N-
She wa joining his troop, it having already ben pa 0on reprklid hi hoa, saluted tr offlir Ind joined dtm
y BiaPtw Thy fi form more than once; at break of day, however, he found ot he of followers, of which there I never aly leet in sch
ValOr, laud to I et age thie lo; m his mistake, when, to prevent being taken by the enemy, situations.
Thee, buoyate, iugh'st to corn the strife, he w force d to iake circeisous route of me miles. having soon piaed all the information he wasted, he
My BrigautiM n ere he coiud ronture anni to attempt paingweu m r to e- quitted the French postio by a dilmret rnm ao dll he
Sgin his owe lines: tIi however, he at lst did in sales, ad entered, acting ig intend of ja roru iinlg ao hi
My Brip me I've proved the r and no sooner arrived, than he was told as itelligol a- journey to Madrid; and coming circuit of d mte ur four
Tideck l o truth s ll nIre kanow was wasted to volunteer for a particular servicel- u, regained is safety the advuancd p of hi own
A farnm's trend, to dhee I sea, Ever on the pd mpi to show tihe grlacest a in hi i s early in the moraltg, ead wa d ely -
My Brgaotim! profmilon, be Instatly waited on the Oeneral f docedd by a corporal ud fMe of a m o a who
Sthe division, became cqainted wih thhe lhsade commanded the gurd, o whom he was entirely eakwna
My BrigMtie I A o h's dower, od arduous nature of the underiking. whn he mo m ad bhd it been otherwise, h could not have diovered
My bride f the nen ware. cm thina. only offievl himself for it, hbt begged the Ge l's par. himnnlf. lie named the pgneral of his division, and -
t resources. who shall count tam o'er, tiular interest in his behalf. Thil he n omrdlelly pro- queted o be carried before him: tt. Im welcomed
mM! frt, w~~ M i rigantie. mined him, ato only from hl knowledge r his abilhis as his eIfe return, and alr sam few irg canMed
St an oier, bu in all other respects, esm lly his perfect him himself to the cl nder-io-chief to whIm -- o
acquaintalncu with mveral language, the Frech pMetco- fully ad ably explained every prticulpr of the emy'
THE SPY. lari, wliich for pi renes, elegance of peneuciation, ad army, sid evinced somnch presion edelearonm, tt all
Pm dii Ukdiitd ,Sre e Jrmal. fluency, could scarcely be tarpased by ee a Parisian. was complely understood. N- w-a hIimdleMly re-
in isthe middleof the year 1H10, lwhn the British The General's repon to the Conmendder-in-Chief proved commended for captain ; ldeed, i was bet e J) re-
s various struggles and hard-fourht action%, uee- sufficient, nd or alhlnt friend was appointed to a prst, wdof mern, in riskig a dangerom a service to M-
a m occupying the very hert of Slmin, that thle at once of die highest corenuoe to thearmy and ofperil coeplish an object so invaluable to the commander of
, pgldy reinforced, and far exceeding our forces in to himself; yet was his brsa hehan undanted. He re- en army, and which he had doe with auch skilL N-
iad taken up a very strone position in our front: ceired his instructions, arranged his diie, and was now now repaired to his quarters, whe he was received
.pYom were ma much advanced, that the raltest devoting thu lat hour to tle delights oT sinre and real by his brother ofcrs with every mark of sincere rled-
l was necosery to prevent e urprieelhot or's was friendliip. It was, indeed, n hour awakening sensations ship. Tie day was occupied in makig ihe noa y
alent, and rely to cheek the elightlt movearm ; nmonglt the three friends easily to be imagined by preparation for i attack a day-break. Orders r.
maridd, is it o find Britlih soldier slumbering at the minds capable of sntilents calculated to make life ea rived at tie different posts in quick suremieo : a
Pld h er. The night, for the time of year Ino enjoyment: to describe their feeling would he difficult; was on the qmi ice,n'nd at the lose of the aveltkg,
* ce otry, wa dark and lowering; all was halhed wfce it to ny, that when the ai t of pring rri.- with the atmias caotio and sleoce, the troop ommen-
.lme sa tthe gentle sound which brokeupoo the er, vd, it was one of melancholy in trn est m a of Ihe cd moving in take up positions so a me r n d dme-
m-- ~ ta oi-usteaps, as they pced to nd fro on word. It was midnight. N 1 od.. nied by his tagemly theme of the enemy aecoedlo athe mepart by
p tce of groundslotted as their pom; or the vi- o friends to the Teldre v the danced smtinelk, N-- This at oa proved the ar' of or (ried's
So duty, cautiously passing from one spot to where a fervent and rapid Z exchanged. wihe iafornmlion: de might was theM pained, all easloely e**
us Ithat n1I wr| ratenolive and steady. A ron- N- rushed forward to prenet thems rnrg emotions of icipsing tile result of the morrow, both a body snd to
1 re b*y the right of the British outposts. Ever friendship overoming tihpdelip, whidl, with ech a theimelre individually. Alas! may who wre dthn
YSil distant mourner of a movement in he French triumvirate, wald otlw i certily lhm hum the case ralectig, o ltanm r.. o a'. t, a
rd d trmugh the till ir; then would the olier and have sat poor N his way depemed d ar. iery b es.A At the at dwv of day, a rcket
hL r to the earth, by which,. from frequent habit rowful. Our two y oiles retraced their Mp M the right of the advif was she sig l of imrk, mad
i ma e a ca retain the numbers in motion ; at ll silence to their separate qpu ers and retinl to res, of. quickly aftrerwards an nmat rr aof clm and m-
l' ,hodd derT.ine the direaion they were navin firing up a praver for the afety of their early friend. Be. kery reverberatd tlrolh the air and shook the eartb-
i **r drrwlerte thia nilht crowned ford high 1bli now our Spvy, rackine his slitary road to a anm nowdid thevivid l Ahem sndl lhirdr hmea in.lrem
e-p the army, and preenting thIem-e t the viaella, about two lagus.' distance, in order t avoid s I br ree nd gas auldier. The hbuand, father se tw,







minesel Ia -edin, st re 5 kbh each other
for ever. T heale raged whkbh e Uoa fary the

fJ tdo Aed q tutdt ucll oet; hi-n it wan ati111 ahi
Mrentl, after tirggeling ti tlollwI bIrpt n a rapid retreat,
LhWlw tele hMndeda dad anddy a dhehsid,
with ll dikr bag ige and miterml. Tiu D ei troops
weluapally eared the towa the victory m complete.
Tllunks wrI de o N-- Iti the esulsnce he had af-
h~arded by his lula information: tme all fate ordain-
* I he dhoesd ibe codciesmof heoraeull of sesanlrionu:
be lived no to -wy tin proud feeling di Iglor of this
d y wa d hsave v hIm. Wihe de rmeirc were sent
Is, paer N- wus amoesge do killed, sod by Inquiries i
de rigimenrnitwu asea ined t a he had e d n obly
durialg *aumst vlm wlhle day, and it was mot till nearly the
el of i that a fetal bullet carried ts bllit. Thus ended
Ie short bt brilliant craer of one alike dwiatml ed as
a ornament to his prof*essio as he wasu r hi private
inues. Peare to his rmanins!


T.E "lZG7S...
-e 1
sATURWApy. JAnVUAR 14, 189.

"Fajlnh" ws received a t late a perd for publi-
teidom to-d,. bet shall appear is oar neaL We re reuer
sbprilJd at its out ning resam ed as earlier, u kt i dated
three jOsbeack; and what iso lseo sltg has had the seal
e.t open. We Ilfia itaec emm to alae thi, Iw our ao C e-
poudels's iafommrie

SCRUTINY.
The R~ c ity upon the pot of the Western Election,
wu itld at 4 al place, in the W tens DisriIt, on
T hr k tlAr rersl voa had bee ezain-
ed, fterebq( mirynemlimblsed by the Counel on the
pnrt f Mns. Wildpoe mt Armnbrt tr; and Mesm
Janmp NLac l anid Henry 't. Willias, wre declared
4ely ..d.


ts evsrgeeos.)tt.,.a^oeer Kgaseroe, Lieut.- ane"wr, they were persuaded to come to the poll. An Imn-
HI InC^sueeri wdl Loa 8t. a.lS , with the proper construction wase dhignedly placed apo,. the word-
lgeCnderefllTImsre t h a the planetai of the iktg e' the law, and they were led, blindfold, to the pollby
liub, Juo OI *% wi ir .ral o.trs slave as wit- the parasol for whom they voted.
sa W. *Ko ad evory aing ws. quiet when te TbTho feor gentlemen, or those of them who took the
quiet when t most active part In that' Election, have been guilty of
Xq gross, dishonourablu deceit, and to them muut be attributed
SWe aind is ouar les, that a dputation from the inha- th serious troubles which have occurred since. They
bitenthaed wamte upon His Escullency the (nrvenor, to buoyed up the coloured persons with false ideas of a pai-
rmloua him to ut such nmasures is might by him he vilee, to an extent which tlhe law did not give them. They
ilurmed moat proper for maintaining public tranquillity, lut were sl thod t they huL a right to value their property,
that we had note mn lis Eocellency's reply: it, however, real or personal, at whatever they pleased, aithouut any
ade ite appelarsee in tih Reyal (inG te, and, at once, reference to the app;rais'd valaluaion-that is, if one pos-
comimncda a, why we had nat received a copy for publi- siued a house worth one hludired dollar, he might value
cation-for nothing could b. less satisfactory to the pub- it as *e thousand, and conscientiously take the oath of
lic, or It calculaeed to answer the object of the applica- Iualification. If another had a chest of tools, which, when
iaeot the tIm rculive, than ea Governor's reply upon this new, might have cost him fifty dollars, he might in the
ession. He wat nreqmted to endeavour, by the autho- same way, value them at five bupdred dollura.-These
rity vsld I him, to ally th excitement exisleng at pre- umast have bees arguments made use of to the more irno-
seat amog the Blacks; and he reads the gentlemen of the ranl-r we caelt for one moment believe, that those
dapalatiosn a lcre upe thiir e n conduct,-accuse who ar Intelligent men, or are in any way educated, could
the of having treated even the most respectable of the be deceived into a belief of any thing so much at variance
adoled doe iis way not calculated to inspire them with he dictatesof common seone.
wha maluemt of regard, sad good will," and, In plaih .The moe ieamiiga were deceived by a sophister,
germ lte du black ad col)o %entry, dhat they have whose argumemntare the moat futile, and, if the ime a
jsd ce f r acig ia they do; and it must, therefore, made mseof at the Scrutiny, were grounded upon a quib-
depend seadh upo lhe conduct of dth whites, them- ble, similartotheold" horse-clhesteut,andchdmmut-hors."
eles, whetr they am to censise their mnlawlal rno We, therefore, feel convinced, dtat the moriScatio
er be pmeasblkeaidedrly. easend byhavingtheireeeied froamtepoll bythe Scr-
We shall take a retpectlve view of the 'tate of pub- timuers,asfttedbytheerzetementalwaysattendingacontest-
iac clerment, from tbe day on which the town Election ed Election,(which wuadhplyed by bun tofpassion from a
wams l, and leave it to the dipo ate of buth p niea, few), together with the loud and angry seuig dicusieu
ase etermio with wtho the dlleg l occurrences at epos a usaect, ea which they had revived the most in-
Tesadayevening originated. Perhaps it may be as well Namnory and HIbelous address that was ever uttered in
to preface our remarkL by ulating, that thedisputo between dtis town, particularly before an audience such as that pre-
h Liegialsture and the Governor-in which, the former seut at the Scrutiny, were the primary cause of the dis-
was sepperd by the while population, generally, of tbhee lurbances on Tueday evening; and thu~ who worked
Islaiad, end the hIer by the colmurel clas-had the ef- upon, and deceived the coloured voters, are principally to
ect of indaming all that jealousy and haired, which has blame ; and, ifthey have a c6sncience, they must feel it.
always existed between dte two colour,, and had only, Numeroiusargamentu could be advanced, to hew the more
bhsesmfre, been partially maodlared. Sir J. C. Smyth thinking part of the coloured clau the impolicy of their
had, leg previews to these disputes, become obsoeious to late conduct; and it must be obvious to every one, thit had
die lave-owning panr of the community, anl the rupture the eame violence been shewn by the whites, which we
wki tIe House of Assembly, roe entirely out of a question have been personally witness to a night, for near a fort-
of dtis decriptio, ant having the slightest reference to the night past, on their I the most ruinous consequences
free oloured populaten, who wre always created by Ibe would have followedL. f ey must remember, that many
whie with that civility, to which their own conduct eni- of them depend alm aittirely upon the whites for sup-
ied them. It maybe said, that the conduct of the whites, prn in their amevl pions and that the whole would
t refusing to sit upon Juries with men of colin about this suffer materially by a iv calinion. The interests of the
time, wa the means of reviving the ijeausy of the lealer, two claMws are ao lalnteinglid, at any thing calculated to
and casein them to leok pea due former wi nesaty ; injure One party, aln alo injure the other, in an equal
bh we casernt tht if the coduect of the white Jerm is degree.
Ihpartially viewed, there will appear to have been no We we glad to observe, thlt mie tl e dismbances on
good gr nda for any sich feeling. Tuesday eveoine, many of de mi at wreet cable lhavecome
We ae ham governed by las enacted by a loca Lagis- forward to assi in proservi ng the public peace, by vol.-


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Iols the Royal Gazette, mad lahnama Adsrb
PUBLIC MEETING.
At a Moetine convened at the Court louse oa Nsw
day the llthJouuary L12, at ullm rrlqu Lof yII t
Inhabitants, to consider the propriety of a deprlam
ing appointed to wait upon His Escellency dithe eI
for the purpose of informing Iis Excellency, thaIt
last to iiltghs, a nunltHr Tul isn anil womehs d n iS
Ith pub lic street of tsli Town, aculsod with aerimee
i pun-, threatening tll liche ul th>e isilts IolhiailI8A


w .pcthiy,. aud. pI mul aMWe ieie mqppW to be
thu leadlog ch radon Ihe a Coleoy. These person
,umr. als, uruimtg w eGrluJrly, Th privilrlp
of a Lougialivo h tdy ar wl r ithle groatt care,
and lih e.lilntes attempt o( l superior power to infringe
opon those liberties, opposed with the greatest esrgy,
oad itarusth. Will any one be surprised, the, that our
Grand Jury shouh have prenmted against tlh novel pro-
condiag of suaunoinimg men to sit as JaroV, who bad
never before enjoyed thet privilege, when may of them
wre als Legislators, ald,a such, looked upon the con-
duct of Ilis Ecellency, in difrsc l these prisons q9 be
Wsmineoupod, without fir applying to them to puas law,
u an ienvasia o tllirrig And will ay cadid per-
-m sus that in pershting in their opposition till law
of the country is pa d, givig coloured perois this pri-
vilegr, they wish to prevent sp of this elm as are ca-
pable of duly exorcising dI dluies, from being admitted to
doe l The very circuoaee or svteal mita.io which
i were concerned, havlag been tried before a Jury
eotposed entirely of coloured persons, at the hat term of
thea iiiorl Court, and ilsom'e, in the Inferior Court,
wilO c tradict any asckuainte.
IA, therei the melmd population these Imlads
permitted any unkind feolng to harbour in their bran
egaint the whites, on this account, they were misled, and
we have no doubt, they ll find it so ere long. They
have bees made the dupes of a designid party, who, find-
ing that the present Governor would meet with nothing
but opposition from the while inhabitants, with whom their
owe credit is irretrievably gone, have set themselves to
work secredy, by falsebood, mispreseotatioa, calumny
and argument, to inDame their pasions in the Gover-
nar's ause, and toex hele felig his oppaoers
Why did the coloured pbrtns attend the late Election t
Why did they not stick to the resolution (which, perhaps,
wa a laudable' one) of aet exerciig the elective fian-
cies till grated thea upon a more equal fooling We


we suppose, they ar influential.
We akflhiSve3Ws
address o Mr. Lewis Kerr, to the
lat,-for, although not preset oeire h
pretty correctly inforieod on th IiIps
motives were which lluinedal the i
vering it, we certainly expected It wee
soon followed. We advise him, howeile,
dutall ls muischf hejieat onal 1jf
place, which hasjong supponred ,
upon his own b4 Wm a e ceal h
him who will be avoleed i dthe gae I al
he should have a proper regard.
--.
T THoane 19th Jaoar,
To tAI Editor of tIA Al AM
Ms. Eorroa--I muos take shame tomy fa, 1,
to ask you, as an Engirhman, whether dh m
preventing me, as a Militia officer, from
times, should I pleme to do so, my full a
or whether, like an atomaton, as It were, ans
to form part or peant, to eool'ai ibu
oesentation, or say cLisls fouling o ai groua
reuo for thu appealiug to you, has are lb,
yesterday peraived a coeuable panadlg MI ei
a flashy sbrin his hands, which, aop e
informed had been taken by the Pollc
Captain Greenslade, of the Light Inlaerj
wlio, during the ins rrectionery movtemni
Oight last, bad accoutred himul, le ie
create distwbmatce, bute ts ec an i A aind
It cannot be denied, that when ecemity
that there waa urgent necessity, none but dit
among us will deny,) the Light Infantry comM
ways called upon, and was always supposed to bitl
ness. ld the attentionof the Police Magi|
directed towards the gangs ol lawlm blacks, pmal
repassing his vry door, for several nights
alarming and disgraceful occurrence of
from dusk until midnight, and all irmed wikh
circumstance altogether unuual--ho would the
performing a duty which a@ight lave oeiiled a
commendation. We all here know, ald ,n
conduct of this nmil; but will it not astonishl
when it is known, that a'prodigious mob of heil
savage yells struck terror into the hearts of all BI
tliym, collct.-l a1t the front gate of the enlolme--a
(;joiirnti t os llo Ie.,, aud rachini anluost time dm dh
-net'c ulllilr',s reciuenlic. e was (u.erili il for a iah
tlilim, to reumlie uuluulh.stld, ultil lao guuulllineelll
cohy, iurild Iim from his dwellings Wimt sa a
ilnuoin rI-i-Lsuhiilh'l Uithin filly )yardu of the palace of dt$L
M.l Fgitr.t of thu colony, lextidg ileU it l i
r;alinilic aionr, froni onue cal of the sltrret to tus 06a
also in lirout of thle Pol'cc Magistrale's residesorars
altemptil mnide to disperse lhetm, un two other gie
callhil upon hiin for that p:ipose, and noe"C
were eveun then taken, until he obtained perminal
(;overllirent Ilouti, to use tlhe I int uarfl. I Inum
titerant, anl, hprrTlai, niny out know the deidin
station; but had I been one, and could not with la i
had at hand, put an end to at) ring a riot, I ShIin
applied to no nan on earth for permniiion to camli
military, but, of right, as 1 conceive, aould lin e
mended that aid.
Wlhen we either mse, or hear of the runde mI
placed in hirh authority, by comparison, we miy
reason either to rejoice at, or to deplore ost iMs
lpou a lIaI alarming occasuiou than that whirk aed
on Tuesday evening last, tim conduct of Sir Ji Iap
ealhed upon my recollection-" I wIn.. TP lieu
an AmONO TOu." So would have mid, and hume
our late much respected and beloved Governor. I le
read until I lave it by heart, the reply of Isl CIa
the Governor,to the communication made tobirl
day by the delutolion of gedelnmoo, who waktdl a
and I (an see olthinr relevant to that cilnutnieantu*
would not for the world insinuate, but that His E0"!
intended, by that reply, every thing for the betd I
appears to me to be calculated to promote the very n
of what it is pretended to reconmmendil-the rtd
rood will b-tw,-,n too descriptions of itnilbitait 1e
attempt from anolier quarter which ii niew sJi8..1 a
ercisnd, to create nr ltes, will, if it succeeds is
have but temporary effect; the good arse of ls te .
able part of the one description, will bring to their
election, that some of those who now pretend o isn t
friend, were always Iheir most deicrmiunedne
that any apparent alleration n lheir sintiiaoue*asI
its object, somtl sinister, interesatl motive; sad t il
occur to ihne,. that what they have at prweentl ..
has hesn tllmair h tll! means of those, rle the drl
are attempliin (liruitleslly, I Irunt,) to raise up ages
lielings of distrust and enmity. AGRICOLA





&~W of vedd individfloltwebe w wh am *1-i ;T

m tir a deputatiso appoinkde oe wall
cy, to rpresnt to Ils Excellency that,
Stinging excitement of tO Black po-
liojry to she lives and property of the -
S contemplation, and to request that His We havejut been informed, that Hli Excellency ba BY HENRY GREENSLADE & 00.
be is.,ued. not only to take means for the Joprived lunry Greoeslade, Esquire, of is Conm .io -
d de peace, bti allay the pren a an m- a Captain of the Light lohntry Company, in the New O A Ma ei1 the 1 ns tM,*
sse e xitg uouglt the black popu- Providence Militia, for holding himself and company in Atl O1 lsh A. S.
mtr Frnria Montell, George P. Wood, readiness to quell the riot last Tuesday night, when neither WUll be hil,
t7.laar, JhiPinder, Joseph Tompson, George the gallant General, nor his tool-the Police Magistratle- SBep Floor, i bharr,
sn Benjamin C. Claxton. I. I. P. Jolhnsn, thought proper to take precautionary measure to marine 1 hs m Maind,
j ote Canplsejoeh, Esquire, .be a depu- those illegal assemblages. We also understand, tha the 1 dito seidli.,
inly JO N STORR, Chairman. Adjuiantcy has been taken from J. M. 0. Arrnbrhter, Es- amags, Crackes,
Et-lW y w pled to smi l n r quire, for appearing in uniform on the name night. Bles of Toblceo, Chse,
g rilency ws pleased to mal the following reply _1 bd. Loaf Soar,
Vqsw1: tchaen H t,
Go as"Oo smmiti Houma, l310(cU mu me 3ov gs. 10, Irwin.r1ya
,o nu o G.... a a a A mBYIa VEr the E nware '. o
NMasu, 11th January lB.1. 7. Eery prs abetd teo kan tese Islad, after AEarte
*l n de oing resid reldd thereinfor the spea qfrTsanI DnAT, mwa 1 pipe Bready, in loe m i t p cias .
y depend opo it that my uZiety, not only to AND--
Speace, but toadvane the d lfare and pros- s cui a s BecrrO ut OJ.a, erpt lp pimwne o 00 Stove*,
dsi iCeloy, l fully equal your own. The said Ofefornrrrrt orND mr ioas to hidepartre--.f- I EWIlE-.
hkowever only to be premerved by every one of us, Icr wick, oal ay time driang rmrv-rai DAne, a Tickl Ten i-CASH ln deli r ry.
i mpective station, saying up to that incomparable ay be obtained. January 14th.
jg ban all been aeght namely, to do as we would NAMES OF PERSONS BY HENRY ADDERLEY.
by. You cannot disgus from yourselve that, ABOUT TO 0"TAIN TICElTS roa DeIeruPTa.
so'lIe s rpectable of our coloured population have loth Deeembtr 1 Rld. On monday nte, te ISA iutt.
Pir d that rtm ataeit fin tihe getnerality of their s1 t "' - Fdia Casmiir Raby AT THE ValriN0 ans
moile abjec, ealculatad to inspire them wish a. Gd Januy Ro- W At O O i b
t Thomas Tnombuall. wm he Bo
df Iread an od wilL-Under the paesnt state tAh Eliabeith Barry. Frobh superfine Flour, Ia barrels @ half erl g,
*I, tellap wh uhihafortunately prevails with both r, in barrels,
Rtin a rwed ree a look my he productive of incal- C in asp,
dbbl ie It it be your study to avoid carefully 'A f*' ot. `Il RIlc andcorl dtmo*
aal d eeytiL which may add to that o citement. tIrih Pork, in el
lr hai e yor cordial and zealou assistance in, not Barrels and hhds. Molaem,
iht eallnlg ybernelve, but in exerting your influence, PORT OF n A8 AU, N. P. Loaf Sugar, Dry Goods, &e Ac.
.lr a It extends, over others, to induce temr equally to Terms-CA1SH.
11 |W Uthe use of violent or intemperate language; ARRIVED. ALS 'Oe -
pIMi have o diffeulty Ia preerving the Public tun- Jan. 1th--Schr. Pomnna, Miller, Berme Imda edtely Ater the sle at hs Vn s
1.th Am. sloop Friends, Curhaman, Key We mAt the ridenc e of Mr. Peter tie Ted E ,l
huh .i i At thernesdence of Mr. PeterJohnonin C e 8
J. Casmnucre .-S.urTH. 13th II M hr. angaroo, Lt. lookey, St. Mal- All his Household furniture, A.. Ac.
thl Gentlemen form- vador January 14th.
bl Depit.ation.. CLEARED, BY JOHNSON & SAUNDEB.
- Jan. 10th-Little Turk, Turks Islands
Amion tAe lrr,mulaI Royal Gazette, lIetA Dec. I- On Monday next, the 161k iUl.
Irlllme ri A rirnt.-On Suilniv nfl.er.i.ln Ils, CIIRInIT CIIUIICII PARISH. At 10 9*oloo ,. .L I
ha ine to IIL M.Sclonrer 'irile, 1. whlirhl was W ill be sold
lie Coni,andler, Lieulcnrnt Taplen, DI)clor Camp- Eaj rala rp Superfine fresh lour, Rice,
tf .T H. M S. W inches ter, an ti lour h.) L r,,.w pu t.il
in at wharf at Hamilton to fpr oeml tIs rew Iikle, AV ING fixed tht as ire of usaa* at the Iate o f Corn, Butter, Lard, Soap,
nn Grnly Bay :aoy hlad inot proceeded far, uhen it per barre of supertmin Flour, Ordered, that dte Tobacco, Dry Goods, d<.
iht advisblal realthe sail, in doing so, the boat shilling Lo do weirll llbs. 6o., and the aixpenny Lomf A few lots Y. '. Plank,
X tly turned over, and tlhl., that were in conse- .1b. Sea.. 1lkv orle the Vestrv. ANUD.--
(OL thrwn ino the ater, a d ihoun h every cen on AVID S1 b'NCE, Vestry Clerk. 47 btel Cotton Wool,
simle hby lloe who were in tie boat to save Lielit. 'ETRY RoHMa:, January, I .___ Trn ASll.
tno--olthe preservation of whosw lili their efforts NOTICE. Y Eanu NRY ryE &
dethrilarly directed, and in litit endeavonrs fre- fc II BY HENRY GREENSLADE n CO.
te rned tlie boat over-we regret to add that he lIIE RUBSCHIuER, Inerinling to leave this in
i*a nanlely drowned. Bots from thl. shore and April next, fir the United Stairs, rrquress all per- On Mmodaly reA, tAe 161 initat.
Ihem of tlim vessels in the harbour, as soon as tie ac- toi having demands argaint him, to cder them; and AT T EU vaniulN ooae.
wlit wL known, put off to their auistenrce, and lisp- thos indebted, to make payment on or before the 10th At I 0*t1ok, A. U.
A ched the place in time to rescue Doctor Campell, February. All accounts nirmainii; unpaid after that Will be Sold,
eismast exhausted, and the boat's crew, from a date, will be hlft at the office of G. P. Wood, Esq. for That extensive let of land ituate on tie Hi, wi k a
Sit4. Lieutenant Tplen was found still cliiing eovry" te buildings there, la the p ropy of Mr. Thma
#* le of the bhat, from whence he was remove u F. TURNER. Wheell, contains, by adsuneem I50 af by
Spible to the Hlamilton Ilotel-wher the aid Joary 7th. 128 fet.
ial men was procured-and every mea NOTI TpmT,-4 saou Cremdi, a givig esaIay, f ai-
il y could sieut was in vain resortedl to to tNOTICE.f
~im a could w wa s r n va n nor n H E SUBSCRIlER3 oer for stie, by private her- y I thh.
vitaie ,-the vital spark had fled. An inquest HE SUSCRJiERSuor for ala, by private barou.y 11h.
held n the body, a verdict o" Accidental s. choice Mdia Win BY HENRY GREENSLADE & CO.
Wl S tretne d.-ll a retinas were yesterdayre- 40o doaen do. do. do.
% the Ilolelto tIhe Royal .Ival Illopital, Ireland iO domoa do. Tenerife do. On Monday eas, r e d iu,
IKail with the custuar honoui iterred ion r, I trunk Gentlemen's Shoes, AT a v s is,
h rilh Ground. 2 blunL oDi llne n't Sl.e, At 2rl 4oet 2OO
htloumeI won very old and eiperi. nced nice,, 2 bluq Dior ,Le n t. At M h O.
msse*d wasni very old and experienced oficeE, HENRY GREEN8LADE & CO. Will be old
III ue a b am; active aervics; was first Lieutenant, December 24th. Tie following prop y, vi.
ithAlf battle ship ioe e the ie rnk A_ oe fotllingo _______f propty, .
il.I. Navy at the time of his death as he did near H il hA [louse and Lot, aituate i Culmr S et The let i
s sinieei !! To obtain his promotion te was in. HAVA A. inclosed by a s.oslanntial Slone Wal ; the out -hildi
It apply for active dnly, when he was, boilut 16 fRS. 1 OWnAn, Jr. has resumed her RoanrNo are in good couditiuo.
lthce, cplpolnted to the comnmnd of ilie Schooner J F.r SAI.mnilltaNTrr, in the Calle de los Oficis, nortli ALSO-
'The flatigaiing service in which II..31. Schooners of Ie Government Illoe. One other Lot, on time corner of Bay and Denm's
'a Wt In diesare e.iployid, swell known ; stll hi, The very airy and conmmandinr situation of this house Straee, adjoinii g lthe Lot occupied by Mr. Ahsar
t fur promotio- of which lie anxioi.ly erpresserd should conmiand ithe attention of all travellers in a warm Fiplaysou.
fl s ustbut a few minutes before the crrident-indlr- climate. AND-
" ia in his advanced time if lif, to acrept this ves..-l, June 161h. Another Lot. situate at the head of Lnion Strst, a
e n ar to enrneinir hard.hips and priv.li.,ns from which there is a Stone Quany.
tlmny* yoltnor officelr have shrunk. Bm ii, foni:ly FOR .tILE, IKE IIJK IE-
Sl )joys were never in Ihe realized : how true it is Ti-e Ilouwt and Premnirm at present occupied A tract of Land on Hog Ilald, colmising ab 50
" i the mielsof liil we are in drailih." l by Mrs. Poiti.r. The House is roomy and acre, well known by the name of e Sbip-yaJd.
L"atnt Taplen has e!lt a wili and a very Iare conv convenalt, ith large Kitchen and wash house Terms, three mlnea' Credit, an gwiMf aswy.
h ia Plymsouth, ,ilndrlsf muuin eiiir irrilwrasle aii attached, chair home and itabling for tree January 14th.
ell;estl son i now serving on board H. M1. Sclhr. hrses, extensive yard and grvrn m. The ou buildings g HENRY GREENSLADE & CO.
I,a Midshiipan. have been lely t ihorounhly repaired, and the greater part
ANAW Ca, s maing.-;r-r+ h-_ e- __ ...... or f the fences lhae been newl py t Up. M d i nt,
Vim ds C-ead li r.Armnra have tern rrec- A ta Mic h the i de
' uL, er dreadful ire at Cou :tinole at the endl o, A tract of Land silt ia the Villa, containing 2.50 AT Tmr Tun e o nOR,
- i all l Lte work of acetnrnes. Tbe acrs. It is divided h illagroad into two Lots, the At- On I k 2L
S li rton is eth re w h e tinauibled. The li tern lot being int ted by the new road lading from WiI e old
l r e, and il i ,sta~rl atlve .nnm o those t!u able the village into the Bhne hill and. This lad wilbe dis- A treat of Land, situte on Grand Dehm,
l.b en enronsmem&l : the prprrvr destroyed i. ihn- pord ofin one or tlr lots. A pily to 220 acre. Further patiicullrs will be e hwl atl
La Tl sol eno hd y the Ilr rlnn ntion of Pera. JOlN W. MILLER. ale.
-reamed to atnio lue ahoulit.tooeoooe. terlng. September 17th. January 14th.





.311uessa, V was thought so

sdieddeMd to, Wed ht l-ci r.i Coey is
" -mtrl tc e Tr a dabisre tr-- Of tweY- 7 ie.lpA*yiU s twd the portf o L ieb wery shrtlY followed Ihi sria. b nllo
dAipso ber arim m ew ai to:e Pangr %Off% tW SksereOrD 0k Ie Li BlLsced LaJust m_
T ma Axr nI Oil ew ik wrc stasfhW ion lm th inuh doe to de oletmnothin, pemonulv, ef either of ti.
"O m, t Frec ca s, and to heia upes e) nmO date John Copl y eat hberam Moer ofI t ten
,e w take a a -e o paestl _, eed S M r.rr of m- CMmru s als M. Sauvigest, (llwed by ir Chle Wem e Lb *j.~.
Rd twe Cm --e" ad a ld gen dem of foaor se. Entraed ,to hi victims M -f.s T o.vs Mrd7 1Cofl
Mad de hs m besl bau elgtues~erIIieim l rh Da .l.ipa ed s ~ m Torsad "I Sir cse1 a
r mmime e as w a on do the a igned their offices. lie ia
r"" fnmt, u was@ at n-t bri-e eg On a ortnio of doi oAr o Merck. 1831,* d i death wf M)Ir. CanrnlUfwaho Usin atIs
hpmitI c or p n a teinmi e a t IIIo mr en c my. pr uss; he was provide d with a tIo y A hie sty t A .ricym
aWip, a. d mwe cl s asut wh o i bs p of dImderd at it, and a naDing of huorro ran through my as lived but a s 1e i ad Us Chut e h
ewr eul", and .l" b i omes r- vdo slvf l"d Upnra the hreaklg enp e th-e D ul of w...
Isem whom we mow address; b ,ut me ewetat L me s ad "a m unp t rtunate, perls were Sir Charts Wae ll s u again, re.u ned s .1

1yl. w ae m 6 Exp e ctdr ed,- (to USn do Se. mm". WE" by 'my side, t okiade Ito a t by hm .w ideh be is ,.-ch an arwihtolr. o f
arwai dly s.sa .idid e. Ti m _er.l b i d al atuonhopolee lho ld Tew thoI aon epndmrll I ad s dso wers m eMut ow s r dnmtr, .




a.oe umn to eerin fa, ,ha,, "edt. Consuci 'osA of r y m ys di-k naion..n-ll N.l;oOn. T neo.-The ..lnw.a inolln i
.l.a d . .. -. u InM' ll Coewe, d l t p thred to m aet T. .1l0, s ngul a a atu ro l ToIuthentm .ae sr at
kown. qdt^ a C'hnl e sasHrnun.^rofodur -i Thworlrrotihe dIcmy clhthe-hus. wmre cmned princely wue ioab. tO the Eng eveniad er,j
dat w( e i canned hei r tUid to Ial d lynt on. a parc f lins dnrawoR a fced a I cas les thr l, tlld t i a lb t re bs ec:-The es
trhel se is dwsppertl d, se co ose hnd alndl dtd t reo haich be tl" io hift tl, the French eatre ar awone ed I oll, ah d
Iv ta upa to dens-L i cmw our imd- in hs r apit la brlshred f hip. I quisd h apri. n Abu tt oclocnEr ti two Eimpri,

im an am the asl asy uldrf .m or hTie' il -d;s thi esest L bya won bydi b i, hvpied Enach mn aIm- hr, T me ine
ned Iupsi I t,-ne aepw ned rs. p nd o like homber of police o; led w tohrdh a he by the mdse stdatac o the orchestra, e ralol
trus wle diait rnua, er i circu stances, %trse andUevery now and stn my Cooductin ll"d. ndr's weak wearing; the opit was fid wie wi

hr..ae chag. I pme en bt a. whichnl ien, i t ou Mw. The lyoke adin a d to ice, along i es ifn my oingi On the S tomked b, Voltire's (fZ
Si.n this fladr't, mi kshel1r To illy far nmoul oinour i tllnfl ed cr s, ad in the am of the e sd play, wheou Tn eTlmpa i, heated sIe averW
Wcnh seOhrpsues uo fre, ot. hg of ilong a wt Bm ercifl FKing, l f tnhe o e pd, eoing distindy h s ln



Swi moe blSk S Or h ae ; hrn o of t ei.n g o ht kwoe how o b ak e *i l ri hts oa h rf pIdsw rhp- lce d like Al e x n rrlins ofa man in lie a on ie of i
nthemr >ae. ot l.isuironed a wulai an ld ad ich oer h iuplry eflr bl n instui to be ofadin aouato asilede, ened hif el poin aed Cel







*: i anyWlel heo=, lheld lighs. ny haut enr; *h eA Noo-55
mad dun Wal cosutitu we t tire with is, tat r ith a the o boh pi i atn Napoleon. The early iusntd ia as ac it

r tusm shliis have earm bsl e i o ve fulfilled preu r e Ied haay the nyis to avoid d unaitrl, ad Bd a lodcclam burst rom all prts of dlE
dt malosly rtad bopdy. Tfhe or nunla.r of our wih heor; d op ad the co-hos wre lo ded princely asdirwac. On the am evcleni Mg,
mrcib.e r who ive paid their souberiptiosu psm o. at our apP" Tl o Myf a dslnris appeared e no1`11 in e ired to rem at the uuaal luar, estry accil thoh





wir st luexpo.rt or Es.ks f '-t Cooncol Prtes we fsmn the pl tainKid d sotne tri flng e deae. h ired sec a if rpin by guards and bolt., goni th a
arll mr ines dto ela fou r the us ry timl hle ng u n k n bilty In nd Papital, tIe theater r of his baema j. ad i h dicautio About two o'cluc r, C Wht a, a lh
t.ot if any tit hy ha e bur kind Is enou tl an- hGUlary nemncadun. After hhavng b rom nbjcall to an, cried Npol signing ulept in the saachahns
lrrA,.it h uaaltu ins imi.(so anl et in out We thuli rih flagelat I ce led beck to my dcoi unc mattress ae on > anekfi e before him, of th n lo-r
hn. ..f t use niont Tu ni my skia aInd aour rd ie o pier o, I W t deetioad to dormiltoy, sa Ius I by o alarming. "Ti fhntl
. thl ti ,. yuner lilr! To al m hfr bn alen lr a toi wipaId A ate ps n o my xil. Rousing hai cbfl Consia, t two in stend N ae pi .
hen o h us lay' p imeriod o i ar t r ir r i I rwas ai FrenchmaT-- wa aTr cit. An of a nation d oae ouna wer repeated, fUing dit blir dy a





c .hose aurela s uppo m it e pruseco wof a mnitifl Provi- _e l r I . uy itHals" So >tron, rmlind llh id f ie lk
m. i f.ir ta b.lban .e laTo kni pOIsa per we th know buo to in me dhe riofehr people reePortd, like te murlingl of a man in the agoi ns of
o ly pIra, dat tI i e in ruseld no ala- nr which hh e wa wirn insupitsy o eI. an inrult io e oeL ao uan silep. Evenld al rp a in
llele .lom ha .pi.lnopuedmy pdi mny tatrey asnle .is ie d to m of the rmemen. d the ligc, cutiouly opened lhe i or.Ml of mmli
pmLtt, colu. m e o ppil it "6 u after, the Fren ch ena e uq droy n a terl th- om. e e d en m, the Ru chamber; low memnigs g e ir o b l
pkA, Rselr, Frie da am d bScries we henmy ay- si hams days I a arne libery. 1 nBd .sf i fr elxtd i ni l|
S u s u. . n ns e nter enaIndied d lNp pf ndah d BricdhAr ofCo my courymen, mad they eheld Npaleo mtrtcb a t emr ie hldts
TuEo s .t OFt p.M o NHOMMEIN LISBO. liberal rne. closia, nlip drawn beck, and showing clead hJ;i
nI la ierIlIknl psa r joa ly enitled t m w Of i "The oril of my dearre, I oid t refrin one hand wai pri hd agi hu the breast, toe dMllt
Son"I. I -lw h ,l lw istc alresn of tl heindltl ut. To rom the pl inlg id o trifing rv I bid a d bs if gralsing nt g a nl inviiisle snf agoni.







7 ,a-1 prnliculu be, 6. 1. d ,lm lfm d of shThe C l Pri. we
i le ,r s.ien cl$hs Il the very h fao bl and flat- a cbriolet, and paid a visit to every on f te o hl jd with difficulty er.u i t ihe leeprr. What is It
uh.rilc ;nul. r in wlll, they hm lsr,.n kind enuflia to mnr wlo Isl condemned rn me: anxious o relt lem ironically, it I" cried Napoleon, titing up, and casting a h

















femash kngfcage. I showards w-Mt to Cats sad she whole ulamudoto l ot fr c tn s nme plaus by wkh a few rude Ia and crd wh s- th
pri-,ean o uoivatling elinms, snd for lhe iunrm liy I ~rd to ree t my o imnts o oml5 ns .po ge on tid 6r before rfhim, themr lnrsa-f
will, which Iary oi amt l dlros ..luipld u w aI Ithr tir litutiule litlUa LtO ow I was receive nluy oesily dim nlaip, lhe oiler a drawn initr-enim M
I' I .. .. ide pro.Jltion.. To- all our fri lJs whe n he conceivll" slarul. Consltanlu lutene l to plain. Theou hl
bl.I I. !-i n lAr tuinte-three *lyear i d r ii ee among di ,wel, my faithful Co nsan," interrupterl Noeporm.s
frein., yd o I as erilod o hf., IoR last iau mery pti m w Oe UnwrITeI of do. o(u7r.N iat a' fearful drestnu! I thought I heslr n md
dle y lrlln i uplmn at e pni oi m d ms.rciul Proe Of fr in R 4sr Ruhir00 a uy vital" So strong resainmd oile impneim
Sldewae li asubsil jif. To ysel onyproi ea erlibi Tbl docums, o which we referred allay or two .ra dream, ih Neuoln, a he lhtal lOIet In ao
rnrnlv prv, realtn li as rddsl ulmry under which we oi les aa m y very interesting m f ino io he not ainsio. Evater a l s ine l
have al'd no g labo urad, any speediy wca, Ian a that i sb~acf the m rule, cas rc, and nanulforturn of the recurred to sube"t. Did hethiskof ien
may he clanged into proaiyaei anm ppis. lu acri- cw"l. T waelole amount epormf ,nthof rount7 Rmussian epeditiufact l-on s' eei Of II
h.ts, Rsulua, Friens., and aimue, I we aay- to the Bh itihi domiLo 11 (hich inc ds Englbnd, rBil of L.aing.
ees rm sa Ltms.t, I erend, Gibular, British Ea Indi, Brkiof
farewell. West India, Newfoundland, BrktihA merican Cokuni-- 'Trhe fiendshipf a Iat man is i blengl fibP
TEmi pnd alm ulithr cokniies) for the yje endln- g ,epember ),
TriATMEN'py OF BONHOMME IN LISBON. 1BM amo Sir to 81,647,AI Wdolla. CIri. Chbit.--F t i in, if of Dr. Manif Ir
A snewt anuLoas ierg- emyc si la in Land aesenver seen an Irush eg hul., I will atullpt nto dFelnied
O t Ilm, Idlm domeic h i ,757,6 i sidesce of two pknr woie. A ronsaidra hle qhi lbrt
A ne l iads rIeenk h hd c ed ein s aasnr- eeesshed, Iultuae d to bI Chd been c ot s r fhe prp oe of bing N ,
dun. iOer da lar adk M sLs Lad rin n saMm Of fruigl produce, 1,8"n l in tie neihhbuorbood, nto he derph of rboo four WrL.
by M. B.duime in LAl-- t---- d-416 47 p 1t psrpendicutar fae, ast i terxo. of that hoignI

hblml tit LhII ids. MI khTe lt. st a fea loaitle l m un nllo u l. llh t see byl t en ibis d
l seeal to e1its goo WL t is t n, rpe et IIt thu appeane tt the exports from te tlnitd States th dwelling. Thfn i moswmcompnd op f ranll rrd
uoliag a ninym. to wtc sthe ahceia and the to e Britis dawisis f our m produce, er an opengl lH e rt a dor way.-T aeio Bond











PliMae l theas Irde f abicue use k to.hu C ad the w t h sadt ar gn theo m lwith a few rd@ pisaldiciele. H cvsrd wish so "
Iloi mli I As imwnt saimwyan atnd the arhe amuet o impor from th sne place by wkh i la de p d as d off the sere a leg. A W
on"e eisch At hi eal two ymeis I hes adeiv ed ;lW died i e en. eu b Oli gtoe, am nr. ke Ac 0
The likrsor ws behsiag in be resam of the hovel, s wWhltaht
Li ain The liked p ex cls in h im the C i ofm e a end & dld bby tnofbefli and ihe In c e bound sgusLu
opdsheAturesl ag ien (ne on s Atcsaic. Fams aon she a ua loft purpoly in the anl o the oug mr te r
bra, wheoat a echm w- eeo coammured a nsevrnl Nediterfrnncsahi. ipsrech HWest Indies -c.enFrch=iatlrhp sWe Frtnch ipurhih by the rudeoraeldOO
chedm im shut fews which te Ofsd D0 Miguel Africsn port) Tbe wheols samnt oi eaporsa to tihee muor through Ithe door-w.y. Belindad I Id ll
inm utio; hit all hmirerd- after she otrhlnsu %a phis., -wl 1,lO6ALdotars. Iwall. of *anout vrd high, wool I pullet on wichb sh
ate; ye it t -l gulty Pomal. Of three, dartn were of do- nmsinc mee r the melvses s night I hem in
TLy a tir eye ao hr I wsea Fsactp sA, slilgh walking stick ; sml. wish a force which mild bo
s hyd admy h p io. n m waindaim to n Of fm a dito, afIsed by a chii,. I p said nmerly its own. ka b i .m
I enmessuesel to I by pnwis a libi, b L al Og00 ,al dirccios iato the og which formed Ihew.Wis on Iadlb
I. w-een-l. Ify Tdelf hpoi amsaibi, or Ips alI Ig of thi sbi tatom. Water as susg eoo hoerl I that*
myreasnsvt i I II guilty of cl T wor h e a withstanding Ishe dry e of Ihe slsmon ;: indeed. i l 0
hnd ow i a ke deali gn, where I lelstuishe aom m mm phh-, No th mm period wa be oulerhwie, for the hem eul arain Mtin d
asS.. ThLir kw ane beadi noiwrithmsndinlg my Leavin ma excss of espurt of lomuestic prdudcs overm as fot be U!!-AritiaA erami,".A'go ieir'i
rsati; dmir me rls eLs chem w bnmblug against Iil. rLa of nerly ne mliow ef dollars. tar Yiitl to lind.
a. I e amcnd fl ha vI lcucated libeerl opinion The whole n untif cooon (dosstic) nunufactisr.,
Ion thL masr iof smyol6ars, bslie to te pcrnal go- of every deuript o, elpnrted to aill plrs of tl world, FOR SALE--At thin.O@-L
of" Di Mitsui, ad tw I wasu a freeman! for th amone period, ws 1,18,183 dor. Thisb includes Bills of Ladinl,
Te w as the d eof l inhsinificaentl nd twist, yar, thrud, &c. Bills of Exchange,
1e1a presume agais me; but my jualgs -* Bill of Slal,
is l ply f a telt. I wan FLoresi a, Iad liberal, Sir Ca Wehrrmtil.--ir C. WVhenll ijtbhe om of Dr. Mtsnifest of Carget.
cicndlm naa m to tyS; they conaemned a Werthell. taon bd i(f tverity Coslge. Ofrlld. e wa Blank Forms for the Custom llo4e,
to be publldy whippedh ~ bs onf Lillan, md hoes shoes tyeuyr 17e. Hning gon theghtbs h- glos athnd Rleasah,
u YIes. b t h int a atonad b mA o e in6s w ba ad appli d to sl stmdim are rll Co Wri,
ilsdse demi dn o a ew am Wasm ..." mad ii eatL pa Upm lpsinnbeUn svemity. Mr. We- General Coo Ess'c-'ionl,
adby dotsi wines intl as swq asa the thoem Lo. d he might comnce the e f Inferlior Court Writs,
tH 1 .. I a d hanel a ior 7 Bil ldbsenle e of Salefor Veenl,
the tw 76 11111 eole's. s:d end tk h I Coone CLha me,. le MNrtsges (with honda,)
Who aw m I i abce thle dye 17KI and havin the adIesne or Werrans of Attorney to Couem Judgn
rnalsity I dhod s F s Cemp. L L Caara- a s psvct Lns hre mI drl hi way into netie. Attorney's Warrants,
le to U0employ his pad mm ismy bhoi; ho advisd Hi vles!hwe's, weit verey He wee liesasy a Arbitration Bonda,
a juaslget esuih let Id the wh.hi toiis do s of do, the ben bs wed to Poalto oi Astrn, ,a
PIllu ate the anosr of satic inso"u. thu th uandenas w ask b en o as' e professblynlly csseides-d. Hi P o
relsltad r Uo l.l 0Cha t= ofbabdahimy; ILsim..er. W&esL died is the ye tM. d tIbll Obligation Bondr, c&. r. t
s t dun has if ehid g his l e ;ntaI; I s sW Di r CfLmees In Ibe yem IaIta be we N. B.--Jo Prinling elected wilh psl't
fur ti ma ledge who pam the mrSt setenre are tbhe I fn aniinrrt v mae k nwa m iae public i, being rsseael potch, upo d fpoper. lld oe moderate 00
jediel eif ppnl; deorm. o ron cintenrtis, day i l tLcws df' Womisa Tsldoewod, 11ape. c. In alh Jlanuary 4, 18X2




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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 poi.ph', 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 ',

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U 'I it U i] I' e;T lr v.r. Theh.ttl. rt wi,h ibo mo. turv ,|„. ""''•"'"'?• diaractor. m ihe <;looy. The o,™„, we „„.„..„, ,h.„ .„:..! '"'•*'• Iftliinit.llitly Mniurw.! *U„ •.... I.. • a tliu Kiidid^. cliaractoM in the Colony. Tieo p.^rsooH loruj. dii, a iiiajoriiy uf our Grand Jury, Tb priviicgej* of a Logi*l.iiiv(. iHxJy^aru guanlej wiib die ^'reaiet cart-, ami tho !!l„'liiot attempt of a superior puwor to infringe upon tfio-M* liJwrtifs, is opposed with the gifatest energy, and warniili. Will mjy one bo urprlso^. alrnoM iIm, whohday, an,l it wm not till nearly the mn^t^i It th;.t a fatal bullet rwrried itn billit. Thu. ended rh.hort hut hnlh.u.i rreer of one alike di,t}cuilil a^ an orr.an..nt to hi. proli...i , Ih, wa. for hi, private virim I. |n,.,to his retnains we suppose, ihoy are influenrial. W c4imot. bowovor, loo,vei|^ ^ address of Mr. Lewi. Kerr. tot|.e Scrutio^ la.e,~for, although not present ounelvT^i pretty correctly informed on tin, atibiect J ."otive. w.r. which iunuence.J the .^T vennjj ,t, we certainly vx^cUni it wouM ^ ^^ soon followed. VVo advise hin,, howi^ver umt aJ] tlK, mischief he ia ao UH^aUfuU, lil l>lace, which ha. ao long supported hm \S uoon his i)wn hA4u/l. Mir **•• HHj ZL^pd tfwliv** of ioveral individuab,two of whoai li^ly maimed, ifOttJtt Em^. being unanimously called to the chair: 9^ M^unm filrggj ^iB*i.vRO, that adepututimi be appointed to wait po^ gxcetle0 '** roprest.'iit to liis Kxcelleniy ^viL pf(.nii Ji'?innine excitement of tht Black .. .j-^ l,.noiH injury to tli*lives and property of the J'uutSf i^ '** cjiitemplation, and lo |r<}uest thai lIi^ .'ieacy *'ll ^'^' p'-*-"**^''i '"•' ^"'y '*' '•'**'• n^'^us for tlie y4li*Aol' •-!> p'^'aco, bill lo allay liie pieeul alurmEicitoaiwul, u-w exwlini,' amongst liio black, popuTSS AE3TrS. •rsrtRCr-srrr_*A^i[5tl^ |jV|N8*J. "t/^ "FABltrs" wa, rrceitetf at Um late a period for puMi^-fiou to-dny. but .hall app^^ar in „nr next. We ara tmu., cuf.lin!< of UHim,)iiiuf,' iiii'n lo til an Jurors, who liad nefr IkIWo rnjojid tl.at itfivilee, when many of ihem W .u,u.o„c.d. ,..1,„.,. fi„i ,pp|y,„g ,„ „,„„, ,0 i^ ,,i^ ^|„, ^ * b. k„ ^2B'^„;,„. B,.nja.ni„ C. Cl.x.oa, W. 1. 1'. Johnson, rcra?'''"''"''^'"' ;""'""' '"^"^^^^ "^ a^st-rt. that in {Mjrswtmg in their opfwsition till a law of the country is passed, giving coloured persjnn this privih-ee, they wish to prevent such of this class as are capabic of duly exercising tlie duties, from being admitted to io o ? r:w very circumstance of several suits, in which whites were concerned, having been tried before a Jury composed entirely of coloured persons, at the last term of tiM. General Court, and also since, in .the Inferior Court, will contradict any such assertion. It. therefore, tho coloured p<.puIation of these Islands permitted any unkind feeling to harbour in their bre^ists aga,n.st the whites, on this account, they were misled, and U/aa Imuran n .. .1 I • ..... bavc been made the dup,., of a designing partv. who, findmg that the present (iovernor would meet with nothing ^ .SCRUTINY. ^"' opposition from the white inhabitants, with whom their Th., Scrutiny upon the poll of tho Western Falection I "'"""^''^'^ '^ irretrievably gone, have set themselves to was held at llK, usual place, in tl Westx^rn Ois.ria J p['' ^'"^'> h ^dsehood. misrepresentation, calumny rhnrs^tay last, wlnm.anerwveral votes had iH^eoexaminI Z'^"'"'""^'' ^"^ '"'^""^^ '''^ passions in the Covered, fuHK..r enquiry was ndinquisheti by the Counsel on the ""[J '"7/ ""'^ ^ ^'f^"^ • hostile feeling to his op,>osers part of Messrs. Wiklgoos anjj Armbrister; and Messrs I J ;^''''/ '''" '"'""'^^'^ P*'"""'' aend the late Election ? James Malcolm and Henry M. Williams, were declared I ^^ "' ?''^ ""' ''''^ '^ '''' '•'>'*o"tion (which, perhaps :;' ^ 'l^^'^^ ") ^ -t exercising L elective fian ClllHM till .rr-j.....l .1 Mr. LUITOU.-I must take shame tomv,elf\^ to ask you, as an Engli.shman, whether^ ^;"f<^ preventing mo, as a Militia officer fL. L?*^* tunes, should 1 please to do so. n.y f^l, riJ'^^'^ or whether, like an automaton, a, it we^ 'l?'^ M to form part of a pa.eant. \o com ihie Jt^ ostentation, or any chifdish feeling of a 1?> reason for thus appealing to you! has ar^l!!"^ yesterday perceived a constable paradingol^^ allashy sabre in his hands, which unon .7-*'' -formed had In^en taken by the p£ £&'' (aptam lireenslade, of the Light InLW' uho, during the "isurreclionarv movemen,; A nig.it last, had accoutred himscdi; ,o h^Tl^ create disturhance \m to accomplish and wSSJw^ t cannot be den.e.1. that when necessity rSjfc that there was urgent necessity, none but \\Ti^\ Xmtculy afi.r^oon, II. M. iMhoomrr Kangaroo, Lieutmoni;u, w,lldony.) iho Li^-h, Infenlry coraJrfc way. ca c-i upon, and wa, always ,uppoL Ki** '|s. lad Iho allcnlion „f ,h Po ,e M^yl'^l .l"c.-.c.d toward, iho gan,, „, |awlo„ blacks ^^H n'pa.,,ng 1„, very do.,r. for ,v,.ral nish,, .J^li .ilarnm,^ an.l disgrarclul occnrrenre of Tu^**' t^uAmm ot die ins,irrertiA , the f,!anfatir,n of the lion, Josciat Hunter, with serenl other .slaves, as wit•^ W. understand every thing was quit when the Kangaroo left. II L *I 'ft'"^"', i-Mg ol the law. and they were letsn His Kxcelloncy's reply: it. however •HiMie .u •pj.eti.nce in tho Royal (;.„te, o,„,^ ^^ „„^^ convmrwl ., why we Imd not received a copy for pubJ rtlKin-for nothing could b, less satisfactory 'to the public, or leM calculated to aiuwer the obioct of t. . • .ion lo ,. t:^„,i,o. .ha„ .ho liot^.n^T' rc„ ., '".r" j 'l'"""^".";"'-, '"'^ad a chc, ofioo,,, which, wl,;, rily vted in him, ,0 .Hay ,h.. „ri,..„,.„, JlT.^ "-•..>. value .ho„ ai f„e hundred dolla„._T|„, -.. a,„onK .-. ,act. ; ,'„d ho read, J,!:::^^ Z: ^w "^"T"" ™''" """ '" '" '"' ""-1 ho loor gen.hn,, „, „r ,h,e „f ,|^.„ ,^„ ,^^ „^ " r„v„ par. in ihal Elec.ion, have been guihy of |rr, d„hono„rahl„ doroi,. and .o ,he,„ nm,. bo a.trihu.cd •Ik. scr.o,„ .rouble, which have occurred Mnce. They buoyed up U.e coloorod persons wi.h fal i.le.. „f a ,„;: v.l,t.. lo .„ exien. which .he law did noi give .hen,. Thev wer ,.,ld .!,„. ,h.y h^ H,h. ,o vh.e Iheir propor.v rc.1 or ,.or„„|, ., wha.ever .hey plea,d. wi.hou an J -^ncelo .he appraised vah,a.io„-.ha. i,. if one po,'d bou^wor,l, one huu.lrod a„llar,, he n,ih. value M Ihou^nd, and ro„scien.i,„ly ,ako .h<. oa.h of J . fc'^'"iiien 01 tne dapulatiofl. a lecture upon lU-ir own conduct.-accuses them of having treated even the most resjK>,Mable of the ••loor^l class i w way not cafclwed to inspire tkem with sent.nM.nts of regard, and eood udl," „nd. In plain terms, udls the black and coloured gentry, that they have just caufor acting as they do ; .„d it must, the'refore lW)f\^l AMIiav.!.. .1 > ^lur, ,t .s known, that aprodi^ious n.ob of fi,J^ ravage ye Is struck terror into the hearts of all ^Z lien., collected at the front gate of tin. enclosu„ J^ ^ov..rnment House, and reaching almost the dJ^JJ peace oluoer's residence, was permitted, for a wfrf un.e, to ren.a.u unmolested, unni tuo g.-mlcmenrriMrf nilty. uro..dhim from his dwell mg I ^ WiitV^,^^^^ ..on..n., when shortly after the dis.J-rsion of 1!^^': M -ass<..nl,led w.th.n f.l.y yards of the palace of 1^5 Ma.Mstrat. of the colony, extending itself i,.!^ rannhcations, from one eiul of the street to die ,KlHt a so m rent of the Police Magistrate's re.ierhaps, n.ay not know the dmtdH ta ion ; but had I been one, and could not *iih tiieil nai at hand, put an end to so alarming a riot, I sluwUbt api; led to no man on earth for permis..ion to call udn k 'htary, but, of right, as 1 conceive, uould Imoc* nianded that aid. >Mien we either see, or hear of the conduct of la placed in high authority, by conq.arison. e nm tt reason either to rejoice at. or to deploa. our itu pou a less alariumg ocra>in than tl.at %hirli ocri^ on I aesday evening last, the conduct of S\r Jn^ U tlHshed upon my recollection—I „.,. nr thk n*tii nr AMoxa you." So would have said, and Iwre lOC our late much resiM-cted and brloved (M.vernor. I kff riAit iiiitil I I....... :. I I . liaii, Goorge Caiuplejohn. EsquiruM, be a dcpuaccordingly. J0I1\ aSTORR, Chainftan, fits Kxcellency was pleased lo maki' the following reply L tk Uopuiaiiun : CoVKKNMFNT Hoi .SR, Nassau, 11th January l^'S'l. Yoa^ay tiepend upon it that my anxiety, not only to mmnt the pe.ice, but lo advance the welfare and prosl-oiy af this Colony, is fully eqnaUto your own. The [Mac* •* bowHver only lo be preserved by every one of us, L|i respective station, acting up to that incomparable e have all been taught ; namely, to do as wo would lioiMby. You cannot disguise from yourselves that, tla? most respectablo of our coloured population have sxjierienced that tieHtment from iho generality of their lite fellow subjects, calculated to inspire them with senBufi of nnrard anil good will. — Under the piesenl state Vtciteil, fH,'lins which unfortunately prevails with both Lrti(!s, a word or even a look may he productive of incal|aii.ildo niiscliiof. Let it be your study to avoid carefully Uy and every thing which may add to that excitement. !LcJ e luivc your cordial and /.ealous assistance in, not LW abstaining yourselves, but in exerting your iidluence. ifar as it extends, over olheis, to induce thorn equally to I dfrtia froni the use of violent or inteni|)erato lauirudge ; |pd I shah have no dilliculiy in preserving the Public iraniJadic Gentle.Df'n formiajliie Deputation J. C.iRMICHAEL-SMVTH. 11. lK are ,n.ell,^„, „,en, or are in any way educa.e.1. could wi. ;r'T """^'''"•' "' '"' "•"S-— > • variance Willi Uiedicliilesof common sene most fu.ile, a„d. if ,he „„,, a,' Je,ml .mirely upon U ^ooduc.'of ;h.;Tw,rri\^r T V^'''""'"^' """ ™""'''^'' ''^^ le,. wlMlH,r ,lM.y .re lo comino. Uir unlawful rT a ."'c" "''''''''''''''''''''''''• ="'l'^'''""'-l'„e." 2^IT ^7" ^ ""•"l'"'' "i'l, and lr. , be peaceableand orderiy. "'"' ""V*-' ."'""f-'^ f<^' ™nv,„ced, iha, ihe mor.ificlrun ad ,? TlT '"'V";'' "'"' '"''"'^ '"""'' *" .e .hall .a.e a re.ro,.f ive View of .he ,,a. Of pub. i:r^;it::^:t=^^^ Uc c cHen.e„., Iron. Uk> day on which ,|„ ,„,„ Klec.ion ed Kl^ i^n !ll T •'''"'"•''""^'•"''•''' '" "'" '1^"""""" "' l-mle,„en, who wai.cl .,b. • Imhl.and U,.ve il lo ihe di.paion..,o of lHh „ar,ir .e.i 7 "'""<'P'J"'' ''V bursuof pas,io„ fr„„,a """,''"" '^'" """""^ •^''""' '" "•• "'" '""^ f. dr,ern,ine wi.h whom .te di^racefid occo r '' ^^ "'"' "" ''""' ""' "'WtrciV • ""^ '^•""'"' ">"''"' -* , -> "" "^lurrences of Tue*|ay evening, originated. Perhaps it mav be as well to pret-ce our remark, by staling, that the. Iisputesh<.t ween tho Ug.dat.ire and tin, (iovernnr-in which, the former i::::::!'^' ::v!:^ ^!"^v-^'^-'*-' ---">. ^f these ai — "" •'^ci*eu me mosf m. flamaiory and li,.||o,„ „,,,,„. „ ,„ „.„ „ * .own. particularly iK-fore an audience such a, .ha 1 -..a. .he Scn..i„y. .ere ,1. p,i„.,,, cau. „ ,7du; urbance, on Tua^ay eveoin, ; .„d .,,„.., who work" .-..ds, .nd .h.. h.,.er bv ,.; "r^:^ nidThlT ~" ? '"''^"^ -'""; = ">'' " work:! 1^ .r ln..in,.l, ,ha.je.,on,y and mI^: i^ Ha' j d 72' ^^ '"'"""^ '""'"• '^ ^'-'^''^^ •Iwy. .il fcei,ce„ ,he ,„. colour, and l,d "'"l. 'f ""-y l.ve a con.cience, ibey ,„„,. fee i, a , . >"•"•"-, nu iiaa onlv, taWofore, been parlKillv ,,o.h,.,ed. Sir J. C. Sn.y.l taal long pr.vio, ,. .he. ,| ,„o,.,, ,„„^ ,|HHrio. ,. "km. par, of Iho coU.ed cla>s .he iu.Hicy „f I" l|"co„ducl;,„di,mo„,,,,,i„„,,„^,.^^^P^/ '"^^^^ "" """ -"— -' "Hewn by .| whi,e, : : ': •i.(..he HouofA,.„.bly.ro en.: :„;;:;, '"'"!" r T "'"*•"" '^" •'"•'' '•^ " ""'e of Ibi. .Wrip.., no. ha.1;, ,be SZtj^Z 'Z 'pT,: o^oT' ''^ ""T '" '"'' '"' -" ^froe collar. popnUiion. who .oc. always u...,ed J; Ik Lo 1 W f:i „t l'''^/ """' """""" ^-l"™-' .!.... .lh,l,„c,vHi,,..o which .heir own eondoc, l!" „f JI ll "T'" '*^'^">"" •-n,en,b,.r, d.a. n,a„j .h.,,.,h ,„ c,vil,,>. ,0 which .heir own conduc, enlille.. Ihen,. I, n,a, be .aid, .ha. ,he conduc, of ,he while, ref„„ns.o.u„po„ J„ri,> wi.h^en of colou. abon, ihU ,.. was Ihe nieaa, of n-viving ll jealoosy „f ,h„ |„^, .iKl c,u,i„c ll..n> lo look upon ,he f„r„., ^j,,^ '_ bu. we conN.nd, 1I..I if ihecondoct of ihe whi.e J„r„r,' i,' m.p,n.ally viewed, .here win appear .„ have l^^„ „„ gnHl cHMinds for any such feeling. U> arc liere Koxernofl by laws enacted by a local Legi,. or wbat It IS pren-nded to recmmend— th.n-janl vi pood will betweon too descriptions of inhahininls. Tt attempt from another quarter which is n<.w .seJulooij trc.srd, to create bn-arhes. will, if it succw.'ds in ilif k "aw" hut tem(>orary elfect ; the good sense of i\^ ff*r^. atilr part ot the one description, will hring to tlrir nc^ oction, that some of those who n-%a,-, iKf lll areattrmpfi..L'(r,oitles.slv, I trust,) to raise up agaiaiUfc* lechugs ot distrust and enmity. AGRICOLA. 0. H-n, de,.„d „„„ ., „,i^,^ „„ „,^, ; -^ por. ,n .l,e,r weral p. .,„,„ .„, „,„ „^ ,hole would .um.r n,-,.e„ally bv ;. colliion. Tl„. in.ere, „r ;^Jone p.r.y. „.„,.. ,.„i„^„„,,„„.,,^^^_^J-J_Wo are glad to observe, tlitt sinre t' e dJsf„r^ TtKvlav pvonJr.,, r • '"'"Ofoanros on r— i-" "iitMUMni: ii;s rxceiiencv, \n% 'foru:rj". ' """^>' ^ ^* *^ "' ' -^"^t cc able havecome '* ^'\" "'^'"'*' """'^"-^ "' ""n aral M.unen \>o p^ lorward to assist m preserving tin., public peace bv r.W. '"*" '"•'''" ^"^'''' "^ "''^ '^^""'N n,.ed with various . ^oiuti, puns, thitateuii.g ,hr lives of the wi.de l.dialiianw, rrom the Rnynt Cazrttr, and Hnhama AdrrHtKr. PrnLIC MKKTI.NfJ. At a Meetinc convened at tho Court House ft n Wedarf 'lay the liih January lSi2, at the reHf mao.T •>< '*• inhabitants, to consider the propriety of a depuui*^ ^ •nt! appointed to wait upon His Kxcellencv the Go*"-' or the purpose of inforn.inu His Kxcellencv, that U* List tUfl llll'lif^ .......1 1 ,.M lartfc^ Froin the. Ikrmada liotjal Gazette^ \-\th Dec. U'ttmchuljf Acridrnt. — On aSomlay aft'rno(m last, a Wi bwlonjinsr to 11. M. .Srhooner l*ickU, in which was krbU' r.i!n-..;in(ler. Lieutenant Taphn, Doctor CampW,fff H..^!. S. Winchester, atid four boys ;is crew, put Stroma whart" at H.iniilton to proceed to the Pickle, •*< •tiira>sy Hay : ^ley had not proceeded far, when it fjfhotijriit advi. iblt^) reef the sail, in doing so, the boat fcftiiaaiely turned over, and those; that were in conse^tly thrown into the water, aiifl though every exertion tanwle hy those who were in Ihe boat to save Lieut. Vcn— to the preservation of whose lift! their efforts •we particularly directed, and in tlieii endeavours fre^iftatl) t(irnd the boat over— we ii'gret to K.ld th.il he unfortunately drowned. Roats fn.m the shore and 5mimi.. of the vessels in the liarhour, as so<.n as the acijfi; W4S known, put oil" to their assistance, fxni\ hajvW rrarbt'd the pJiH-e in time to rescue Doctor Campbell, •te wa< almost exluiusteat, from whence he was removod as jwdily as |)ossihlo to tho Hamilton Hotel— wherp the aid Jwo .Medical men was procured— and every oieans *di humanity coiiM s.Hf.'.'st was in vain re>rted to to Wwtamiuition,— the vital spark had tied. An inquest ! been held on the IxhU, a verdict of" Accidental w* was returned. — His remains were yosterdiy rcj^'^ from the Hotel to the Royal .Naval Hovpital, Ireland ^vf, and with tlie customaiv honouis interred in the ^'Jil Burial (Ground. Thedtceased wasa very old and exper<-nred ofTicci, oeomuch ami active service; was 6. si Lieutenant, ^imfof hattleshipin 1K()S, and horo the same rank ,j"'^-^*7" the time of his doath as e did near dy ^'^*^' *'"'**^ ' ^^ "'•^'''" '•''' promoTii>n he was in^^t.) apply for active duty, when he was, about 16 p;^,?'J[!^^^' ':M">'nTod to the command of the .*<. hooner QrtL iv I ^" ^ service in which H. M. ^chooner 'J Ml IndK-saic empl,jyi.d.isoll known; still his l^j^ 'T promotion— of uiiich he anxioii>|y expressed ^ ' u> hut a few minutes before the acrident— induM iTk" ''*''"c<'<*""?• officers hav... shrunk. But hi, fondly ^ ; '•' )ov, were never to l>e realized : how true it is LJrJT '"* '"* "^ '''*' '*''' """^ '" death." ^•^uienant Taplen has le!i a wife and a very lar^e ^^J.inllyiHouih, Kni:land,t)mouin their irreparable ^kW x; 7/.***" •* """^ *^'^^'"fe' ^" ^^'^ H. M. Schr. *'^i as Midshipman. ^*^ -!Io "^i"' ^^^**f^iif^otMe — Arrnumn haTeh#en rrrci^•or r*"''"' "'* L'on;ani.,mple at the emi of •"^baM'sT '*'*' ''"''' "^ iucnMhar..H. The K.m .1 ; *'* 'l^-Mr. 7 "'* '"^ '"• ^'" tb.*lue W.1S extm-uisbed. the j •*^ J "*" .'* "' ^''•^^"•' "'•''*• the valuable Eagl.sh \ ^'^\-^J^K """*tnfp| ai,ove 1,000 ot those valuable! **^^TK '""""•""cl : thf prnpertv dr^rroyed is im' ^t^^fll "**'"^<^''"*••'^vtheh,rrnnf!aJ:ra.l.on of Pen, •fMmid(o ..;n..uMi CO about £rt,oOo,00. sterhng. We have just been informeil, that His Excellency has tieprived Henry Greenlade, E-squire, of his Commission as Captain of iIh* Li^ht Intiiutrv Company, in the New Providence Militia, for hohiinf,' himself and company in readiness to quell the riot last Tuevlay nijrht, wlien neither the gallant General, nor his tool — the Police Magistrate thoui;hi projxjr to take precautionary measures to repress those illejjal assemblages. We also understand, that the aVdjutantcy has l>een taken from J. M. (r. Armbrister, Esquire, for aj)pearini: in uniform on the same nii^lif. (t/* Every person about to leave these Islands^ after hainn/f resided therein for the space o/tmiutv days, must frive security at the Secretary's OJice, or put up his name in said Ojfire far FivrvKS dws previous to hisdiparture — after which, at any time duruig fohtv-five u.^va, a Ticket may be obtained. NAMES OF PERSONS ABOl'T TO OBTAirs TICKETS FOR Dr.PARTt'RK. IKlh Novfrnl>er Aphry Wells. 10th December Capt. aH. Ridd. 3t Fehx Casimir Ruby ad January . Robert Wier. th '• ... Thomas Tmnbull. 12th ... Ehzab.ih Barry. BY HENRY GRKENSLADE 4l CO. PORT OF IASiAU, 1. P. ARRIVED. Jan. 12ih — Srhr. Pomona. Miller, Bermuda '* bStli Am. sloop Friends, Ciirhman, Key West '* l.'Jth H.M. schr. Kangaroo, Lt. Hookey, St. Salvador CLEARED, Jan. 10th— Little Turk. Turks Islands CIlRil^T CllIIlCll PARld^lI. HAVING fixed the assi/x? of hrkao at the imte of |9 p;r barnd of su|K!rlim Ehnir, Onh'red, that die shilbne Loaf do weijh 2lbs. 607.., and tlKsix|)enny Loaf lib. iJojt. Bv order of the Vi'stiv. DAVID SPENCE, Vettry Clerk. Vkstkv Roo.vf, .*}d Januarv, \H:i2. NOTICK. THE Si;nSCRIliEI{, hnendini^ to leave this in April next, for the United States, requests all persons having demands atjainst him, to .ender them; and diose indthte.l, to make payment on or l>efore tlic Hhh February. a\ll accounts remainincf unpaid after that date, will be left at the office of G. P. Woon and wa.sh house attacluMi, chair house and stahliiit beine intrrwcted by die n<'W road leading from the villaife into the Bhio hill road. This bnd win<(K' disposed of in one or ti.n-e lots. A[),'lv tu JoilN W. MILLER. September i7th. On Monday next, the \6ih uuttrnt^ AT TMi: v>:>ii'ic iioesK, t 10 0*01oek. Bl. Will be SoM, Superfine Flour, in barrels. Rice and Corn, in bags. 1 ca.se fresh Miustardj 1 ditto Soidlitx, Sausages, Crackera, Bah?* of Tobacco, Cheew, 1 hhd. Ltiaf Sui;Hr. 1 chest Hy^on Tea. 10 trusses Hay, Earthenware, Aw. Sue ALSO--1 pipe Bra ndv, in lots to suit purchaaeri, AMJ-^ 2(K)0 Staves. IJKEWiSE^ 7ry bushels Guinea Corn, with reserve. Terms— CASH on delivwy. January I4th. BY HENRY ADDERLEY. On Monday nrtt, the Kith insiamt, AT TMr VKNIUir HOUSE. At 10 O*01ok. ML Will be .Sold Fresh au|>erfine Flour, in barrels and lialf brrb, Sugar, in barrels, Coffee, in bags, Rice and Corn, in ditto. '"#• Barrels Potatoes and Onions, Irish Pork, in barrels. Barrels anrl hhoo— 47 bales Cotton Wool. Terms — (vASH. Januarv 14th. BY HENRY GREENSLADE A CO. On M quired. January 11th. BY HENRY GREENSLADE A CO. On Monday iter/, the 28d uutonl, AT TIIF. VKNDIE llorgB, At la O'clock, K. \N ill Usold The following property, vix. A House and Lot, situate in CuhiM^r Siiaet. The lot it inclosed by a substantial aStone Wall ; the out buildings are in good condition. ALSO— One other Lot, on the corner of Bay and Devaux*s aStro(;t, adjoinin;; the Lot occupied by Mr. Aleiaadar Fin lay sou. A.\D— Another Lot, situate at the liead of Union Street, 00 which Uicrc is a Stone Qtiarrv. rjhFAirsE— A trad of Land on Hot; Islaod, containing about 50 acres, well known bv the name of tlie Ship-yard. JVnas, three months^ Credit^ an giving ucwrity. January 14th. BY HENRY GREENSLADE A CO. On Monday next, the 23d instant, AT THE VKNt)rrie ffOVft, A^ 12 O'clock. K. Will be sold A tract of Land, situate on Grand Bahama, containiaf* 220 acres. Furtlier paiticul irs will be aMule knoara U tka sale. January 14th. i i V :i It *4t

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imHw r mi hi mi :.> i\ \;^ if M '] !H ^;^^. b Hal fUcwnirm cWhiiMiM. 1 lofiftqueiiily ifectitttKl ihwHi y viir i^i:;^. 4r^iii. of iwealy(Uktf^tii HMMly Mlultry )jlaa tUt renMined, 1 •H"'' • wa tiioMfht f iJSt^*^ iDMf iliraci l tite Ctmiitbvf of Uv|HJtiei> of' •'wrmtli wpi ihe gtiiemi conduct <7fiL5* HHfy ; my camiilaiiit wms tttuitiled to, and •{•••— when Mr. Cupl bets.me^'jrj** wluch vt^ry .horijy lulluwcd tl.i. ,„,. T^ here, were #ike unexpected ; Urd Ij. (Iiorlly Hfu^r llie frijrute iJWf iMm. Iliw Mrrtvmt a |4> mtkm lo thj Pre-iiU*iion for (lie insult dorie lo ibe w' Wir ink*' ban^iT our vi'ry liiuiiMJ wu.MUr of wl>**" rrvinch riiixens und to iniist |on ilM-if iminediHte u i"'" *"'_* ""•f"*^"! rdr-^moti phAmhiy for ever **"•. My uiiA*nuiMte companion wii M. JSauvijjrnei, "•• "W gvntleiiMo of fuiircnn'. Enrg(Hf to ftev his victiiiM II .1 tlw f.*riwiv hmn m any remnNMldr piu|MirtiMi. ^.uai to III.' Inmr, tliH pNinful f>tnsw*M mi';hi p..rhp. have In^n for .wi.iiti UHtiiMimUHi ; UtH nocewiiv h:M • law,— ww ar riM|Mdhl, f.w want f %it(6r.Hiui *.upp,>rt, to brinir ,M*r hu.iihie iH\hi:t lo a ctow. lUre p>rU|M we ou^dit to l.p, Hn wv i-Mo 4 to Uio fotdhit^fl of Uhwc witufN are nt wo had altogeIher tnt^l to Inaf . ihr,„,>,h ,h arduous task we had lwfdyand wiihMit due corwidiTHiion Modoflakefi, tc will known. Since thin un|>r.vokoandodl4.s. ly t^ken upon .is— wa were coaifMdiml to |iert.v*n-. and w.. Ir.iM we^ihdlbe eaoneraltMl, uiidor iIm^m) circumstances from fh*. cliar;fe .d" fM-.-suuiini^m, which, witi.Nt a knowMtre ol thi* fart, midit m vr-ry j,h*ily hr^Miyht a?ainM u Weh^vepe,^,v.ed ajraiu^t l^p,-, .-itlMT of duinj/ tj,M,d lo iIh! cauj we .-sjiousi-d. ,^ of ohiaioluf beiKjfii lo our.dvend the only conv.Ution we n-iire with is, tliat as fur ai iMir hu.uhUahilifitwlMve .MMbitMJ us we hnve folfdiod our duly lualou.ly and UM„.,tly. The *m\\ nund,-r of our .uWrdM.rs who have ,hhJ tln^r .ul. ripiions punctually wdl ur..hbly npcrt our tliankt ;— i,, common tourl.-,v wJ Bfff IhM.ud to o(r..r t\H^i to ilM-m, although Goo knows th.i If any iH-.M-fii has re.uli.^ fnun our huud>le endea-' vour.. It luu hf',i iu llM'ir favmir and not in ours We hare at tlus i.M.uMM.t but uiMt mi^rabh. .lamiH-e to Drovid.;; ^"^ .--li .! To tiK, far „L nuuUms f Um of ou, trnpfMH-trrs, who fnnu Imt lll.M.gluho.. wifJuiij to Ulii-ve, have l>ot u k •cape his lory Ihtn Mijfiiel ord(?ronKJ. I s)iiHJdred at it, and a feeling of horror ran through my nervea. 'tottt, art* mcluiil we wo will ..'w ponan only r..urk, ihiit da^y may Ini.Hured tU no uselul institiirion can ! lone ,up,Hrtd in any cminfry unh-ss it i pai.1 U,r. To our French Subscribers wo have many aIjolu^le^ to o(rer, but tiKry we know will be satisfied with lba>,f-ure. dwi our limiu,d aH-.u> has never enabled "' ;•' ''"ir''?,;**^', ^"•^ "^ ""^ undertakln,. as w wj.ImhI and a* ilH..r l.tntral ,Mirouace justly enlifird tlw-m to To mr Mlow lalnmrt^s tl^ Kdi„ ,^ ,|^. Colonial Hn^s we .^htr .Hir .m.-,re rhaoks fm iJa. very favourable and Ilul M-nuL' "Momr in whirl, tl„.y have Ih^-u kind emmtrh to anprycMiecHW UMHv;u|ines..ni.M.s Hnd for tin, punciuali v wuh which th..y have m -dl tii.ios supplied us w th tla/r own morst merciful Kint.. Don Miguel, he inflicted on my shoulders and back, a vi^iforous lash of Im whip. I read in IheJooks ol the populact' both pity and indignation ; many j^rsons tur,H.d a.ay Ua-'ir eyes to avoid lle sight, and fled wiUi horror; the ho, and the coflk-houses were closed at our approach. My suJfurings ap,>tarel less cruel, in bdity in hiscap,tal,tlietlK.tre of hi, baseness, and of his -nsfuinary executions. After having hoe n subjected! to 0.lKHnbU,flasella.ion. I was l.l back to my dungeol" botransjK,rted to Ajr„ra,the plnce of my i^xile. .h„. k„ T' *>;chman~I was a cit.^n of a nation thH know, how to u,Hke da, riirhts ofla^r people re,,>ected r|d which never with imp.ni.y suffers an insult to 'be of-' lerearts of illT?' princely audience. On the same etenin^ ZT" and loud acclamations burst Irom'all 'l'>^7ts of iJe^^ ^ same evening \,!Z. |.red to rest at the usual hour, every access tV hi, kSL !^'"^ <^"f^ h guards and bolts, with the i "^ ant, wli inlechHi >orway of the ... •""'i cautions. About two oVIock. Constant! wl^'iS;/' ..an the Mameluke, slept in* the anthstb^tt mattress, spread across the only doorway of the H S.>on after. ile French squadron enter^ the Tais .nd in three day. I was set a. liUrty. I fouLiZ f pnHid al happy i„ tinmidst of my' countrT my IdH'raiorj. -^ Th<, from tlw a cabri)let, and ay l>H chanired luto prmj>eriiv ami liappim-!i cs, K.radcrs. Kriends, and Knemiirs, if we ma b< fareweiL TKEATMKNT OF .M. BOMIOMME I.N LLSBON. A m-w and lutc^.th.g mi-ellany, calle,! P,is i„ L„„. im inrc^dHs ndl.w in. veri*.nof Uio imiigniti.. .udl-rt by M. ISoidiiMuiiM' in Lisbon r ^•* l';ww.d bv iIm. Iiv,.|v illusions to ktrlh, I mh sad in 1M|| |ir iIm> liratiU hich youth {Hven •••mmaiy. ,0 teach nMHlH.m„ic, ...d ,j^ I afterward, wont to Coimbia annimiit*'d rtiurclH'^ in lUi town, whici inm.Mion; Ihii I1 ik-ir ^..r.l^/ :r..::T" ''I ";"' *"'-"• n.leis a ere e*rts frnmtlio name places, for tini '^^'^^'^^ wneyea.,nnKmtedto } 5>f),(M,9H4 — -i -t-pi HI iiie aniechsnib spread across the only doorway of ih* ^^ dormitoty, was awakol by an alarminp noi^. fl^ Rousing his companion, the two listened t^Zz tJK. sounds were repeated, falhng distincdv uL^^ l.ke the gurgling, of a man in the agonie. of Z^ Koustan silently seized hU wea,K,n, and Con^tu the light, cautiously opened the door. No oneWSj •n the bedcliamber ; but low moaniugs were stiV Wl If fr"'" orje nearly exhausted in strucple. K^ t\p beheld .\ap<,hon stretched across tla. bed Itclosed, l,p.s drawn back, and showing clenclasl Ut one hand was pr.,.seil ai-ainst the breast, the ollweiJ r/V"I'^""S •• <••• invisible anfHironlst. C**, with difficulty roused tlie sleeps. What is it Z I cried Napoleon, sitting up, and casting h^U^ gaze on the figures before him. of themselveLriT • tliiii lamp, the oilK^r a drawn scimitar— en.ufh Hrw. Hiarm. C onstant Imstened to explain. Thou bMte well, my faithful Constant," interrupted NaH^H.n. VI •'hat a fearful dream I ih<,uuht a bear ws, dwr iny vitals. So strong remained the impres^Kw tTli dream, tliat Napoleon, as he slated next mornisf.aa not again sh^ep. Even r.fter a Io*g in.ervsj of m^ recurred to the subject. Did lie think of his dresi,* ttie Kussian expedition T ;rcsf Jouphitu. Mtme$*t Alemoirt #/ tk h ikai I.... ,i I '" *'*eral uaiiowa, whKh set iW age„t. „r U,„ ^ MJt all tlHMr searclws after tinoff. fruilh. ; y, a ^„ netesNiry lo find unxH.^ „, Tb..y OMI thiir ryes on me b.c^.w I was Kr 7 """' ...I mv l.l.rai„p...H.. wenno ^com." mlat^ t";"" ror n*awn wer VMin. I wa jkilartHl tnuUx.c •iKl cast mto hu.,hs.H.w, ^..„-.. .T^ ^"r: "' ^^^''^If*. 7^. ^' "•'' *'•*"" '*'* ''^^•"^'•' "otwithMandoTg •••Mtiua ; ut>M>r more serko rlo..l^ ^ 10 llw lintuk J.n.mwn,, of mir own ..r.l„re. .-jrewl^) 1 III* wlKile .n>..„„i of import, from tW m.op .\Z •>">y lire. miOim. „r Lllar. ^^"" ^> '^o7M:::,.,..w.™„f^,"-^-=^''"ntestir produce, Ac. i 10,806,t38 Of foreign ditto. irs. 1,000,00) The whole arnount of imports from iIh> \ 11,806.238 • The friend ship of a great mag ii uhUmmn f frmikttm An Irish Coftm.— For the informmion of iho^r •! bi nerer sren an frinh bo;: hut. I will attempt i .ft,crikf (W^ ^clence of two ,or women. A considershle avnmi(ii hK bsd hern cut .wy u.r the purrn^e of \mvi u^d'aM •" Ihe un;:l,bourbood, to lh.f depth of ahon. lourfrrt. ioMt J |H.rpen.licuIar lace, as it is tcrmni, of iht linuh. ttmk inrri.yiace.a piece, elliptic in its figure, hnd lesesi* ZW "'"i '"""**" '^**' h tn~and this •s.ll.f me uwrllmc. 1 o* Iront w,ts romiKised of a wall of nt( ^ n openmt h,ng |f, for a door w.y -The rW l^ r A 7/"'''*'*'''"' ""^ -"^*-''-'' *' •on.eth.il Which had ^>een preJ olf the surlar,. ul the hotA f"^*" was burning m the cn.treof the borel. orer which •IrtiJ'"' Tk^ . "''*" ""*•''' "'' '^"' 'noi<" fo""d turrutkm^ a hole IHt purposely in the root, or through ihc mKf I niarvapertufPH which wi-re iHi b% ihp ru.fcronMirurtMHiof * I ro,, I or ibrouKh ihe .loor-wav'. Behind a .l.irf ] own lengih in • >>^n^ f k'*'*L""" """ '^'•' '"•' **"*'' '"''""'' 'he w;il| on lhi'l' Ol this hl>ifation. Water *„ ooMing out here ami ihffit IS mOIR BICS^. Kditor. lVf:D.\EiJDAl% JA.iri ARY IH, 1H39. % OL. 1. LIII. THE BAHAMA \RGU8. f^BLinUKli MRMI-wrtCKKLY IN NAISAU, If. P. a^fct PoUmni per aimnm-— In advMice. POETRY. by the usual station uk'd as if he'd drive biin truui ttte laud. But !iea no! csriug to be put upon, Maie fur a luuraent, a bold stand. N'>r otilv m^da a stand, did Mister Ocean, Bill to his honest waves he maer ; Pe publMTly wh.pjKsl thmudi tinsir .^ts f k • f>erwar.lsto heexiUHi ,o tha, burni,^ c| J f u "' ton years. HetU. had it been to llT.; ^.1. ^* wftheJeir'" ""*'-"-'-C. Weth sulfirtent irnunds to asture my lat to be (Miblicly and for i.-m,.ha,e .h-Hih, than to a d.,w ..Vd .'i'i,' v,hT,"1"'*'*^ "^ I" ^\ Wy do-Nirts where :arceU a. IZlZl •"'""'"''ihM two years. ^ ^u^oja^an survivt^ |„,H-e ** Wlien I was madv* acaainii.d ;ik .. rar>.ly informed tl. Frvnr^Wul M 7' r''^'*^''' ^ '"•Mg him to employ \m g.H.| office, in'mv* JLir?'!!!*:""^'*': ?.*"^' n?'""''' fo^'ne. he gradually m.de h„ ••^II is the n Atfaiit. It was accompanied with a ^lhe Ministeis of tlie Five Powers lo the Ploni^tiiry of Belcium. |"iriting the Plenipotentiary of Belgium to sign the J^, of which mention has been already made, tlie wsifneil will observe — !• Thai the articles will have all the force and value of **o convention between the Belgic Cvoverninent and •nve Powers. ^ Tl, u Five Power. . to guar.o.e. .!i, .„e* ^ Thst, once accepted by the two parties, they are to ^^d word for word in a direct treaty between B<'ll*id Holland, and which will wntain nought licsides, •w) stipulations relative to tlie (wace and amity which ^•ttbsist between the two countriea and tUir Sove(Oj*"*' *^'' treaty, signed under the auspices of tla' jf?nceof London, shall be placed under the formal <*; of the Five Powers, That the articles in question shall form a whole, and ^ w no sefwration. Hainauli. Western Flanders, Kasiorn Flanders, .Antwerp, and Linil.urg, as made part of tlie kingdom of tlie Nellierhinds in lH:i.i, with the excefititm of tlie districts of tlie Prince ol" Limburg pointod out by articU) 4. The BelL'ir territory will comprise, liesides, the fiart of the (irand Duchy of Luxembourg indicated in article 2. 2. His Miijexty the King of the Netherlands, (irand Diike \' L(i.\eiHlM>ur<;, consenU, that in llie (irand Duchy of Luxemboursr the limits of the Belgic territory shall bi? such as they are hereafter des< libed. [The remainder of the article traces the line of fiontier.l 3. His Majesty, the King of the Netherlands, (;rand Duke ol Luxc-mbourtf, shall receive, for tla? cessions iiiasign tor ever all protensions to liat (edearLs, and CoiiimisNioners from Bidgium and Holland aro to as> sembkas soon as possibki in Maestrichi, to mark out the boundaries. 7. Belgium, in the limits pointed out by tlu^se articles, will form an independent ami perpetually m>utral State. 8, i), and 10. Thtrse articles regulate ile navigation of the rivers of Flanders, of tlie 8clieldi, and uf thtf canals which traverse both countries, on a sytem of perfect eijuality. 11. Lcares free commercial communication by Maestriclit and Sittard. 12. Kegukitcs the continuation of all new canab henceforward made. 13. From the 1st of January 1832. Belgium is to be charged a debt of 8,4(HMMM) florins of annual rentes; and the article regulates the transfer of tlic capiul which is henceforward to form a portion of tlie Belgic national debt. 14. Regulates the payment of the expoiises incurred by H(dland since Novemlter 1, iH'lt), which H'^leiuMi is to reimburse in three instalments — on the 1st of January, tlie Isl April, and the 1st July, 1832. 1(>. Refers to public works, as canals, roads. Ax., which are to iM^kjiig to the country in which tliey are situated. 18, 19, 20. Tim inhabitants of both countries are to be allowed two yea^ to dis|>ose of tlieir pro|>erty, Ax., if inclined to transfer their domicile from one country to tlic otla'r. 21. A general amnesty for past p>liliral occurrences. 22, W\ fiensions and salaries to be dischar'jed accordineio the laws in force before Novcoihcr 1, IK'W). 2>*l. All claifws to t>o examined by a mixed Commisaion of Li4piidaiioii. 24. luimediately after tlie exchange of the Treaty of Intervontion between tlie two |>arties. tlie nece.sary ordeix shall be sent to the ('omntiinders of the res|>ective armies for the evacuation of tlie territories, cities, towns, and (ilaces which clmiitr<^ domination. Tlie ('ivil Authorities in them will at tle same tinio n^ceive ihe necessary orders for the surrender of tiM.'ir territories, cities, towns, and places lo tile Commissioners who shall be appointisJ for tliat eflcct onone part-nnd tlM-oiliaf. This evacimiion and surrenler shall be so effected that lliey may be completed within 15 days, or sooner if it can be done. (Sigmid) F.HTKRHAZr, BrL.ow, WiCKSKMBrRM, LlKVr.?(, • fc TsLLKTRA.tD, MATUtCHrWITX. pALHraSTO.^, The answer of the Belgian Plenipoteotiary was read ; it meiely stated that the 24 articles exceeded his instructions, and tht; basis of the preliminaries. The reading of tlie 24 articles excited great and long agitation ; but notiiing in the wiy of discussion tlicreon took place. Adjourned at half-past two till to-morrow (Friday). evonin'' Private Corretpondtnce of the Morning Herald. Bbl'ssei.s. October 21. The Minister for Foreign .Affairs communicateii ini||ht probably lia\ taken a quarter of an tiour ; it would have been printed and discussed to-inorri>w, *ui\ uouhl maleriaily Itave eaMnl tlie public mind. But no; M. (iendebien had imt dariHi. and probabfy couhl not, bhirt .\dair, und so backward and forward llie wboh* of the day ; and for fear tlie King may not liave sufficient French aot is in the same state, and tliey CMUMeatly ox^toct an attack frmn the Dutch on the 2.iili. The dorlaraiioH of the Minister yesterday, that Ik' could give no iiiforiuation as to whether tlie Dutch would ImptMuiitted to re-commence hostilities on the 2.'>ili or not, w ill materially strengthen the Orange |>arty. The Metuiger de (rand, in an anicle of to-day, )osilively asserts that tlie Conference in London is dissolved — cou.s of opinion have ever occurred in the ("onference, have lowered tlie popularity of the French very much in this country, and very soon. 1 liave no doubt, tlioy will liave the honour to be quite as much haled as tlie (English. It is worthy of remark, that the h-ading |M^M>rof iImi country, tlie Courier de I'ayn lias, in a leading article this morning, seems angry with tlie (foyernnient for throwing its* If under tlie protection of France, and considers it wooM liave been more wise to have taken Fnghind for a pro* tcctor. The Courier Ims much influence, and already have the advantages and disadvantages that might hnvu arisen from the protection of England been canvassed in every Cafe, and the result has always been in our favour. Tlie conclusive nrirument is, tluit it is better to p y fur f pr'rtactor who has tlie jiower to srve you, tlian ine who is as weak as yourself. But it is too Ule, Uiey have made their choice, and must abide tlie result. M. Van der Weyer is still here, and I believe wdl remain, until tlie ilecision of the Clumber, lie considers it for the interest of tlic country that tlie propositions sliould be accepted. He says every ihintr '• " ^wtn granted that lln-y uragement of tlieir i*ass, fJeneral Cmirt Writs, fieneral Court Fxecuiions, firt exren5iielv m^t.Ukm Sr Charles. 'ar I" the yr;„ 1 KIR he wa* •WOoil, H.MljHf. ^, Inferior (^)urt Writs, Bills of Sale for Vesseh, Morteairrs /with bonds,) Warrants of Attorney to Confess J udj^iaeBt, Attorney's Warrants, Arbitration Bonds. Powers of Attornov, Oblii-ation Bonds, Ac. Ac. Ac. N, B. — Job Printing executed with ne^tnes on nio4Jerule terms. awl'*' rn„n,o| patrli, ,ifK>n eoo^l ,M,p,.r. a„d ill this January 4, llii2. ^ Finally, ihai they contain the /fmi/ and irrerocabU of llie Five Powers, which, with one common ^baoaa *wd. **^^ re resolved to effect, (a amrnrr) themselves tinentire acceptation of the aforesaid articles by tiie "T* Prty which shall reject them. 'Wie,"'*t'u""'*^ *ie this opfwrtunity of ofli-ring to 7^ the Bp|(T,r Plenipotentiary die assurance of their ^ M consideration. (Signed) TW T EsTERHAXr, WeSSEMBKaG. t.\lletra>d, Palmkrston, BuipOw, I.IKVE.^, MsTtJSCHEWITS. 1 iC^\y ^^''*'*^^ of 24 articles:— if /* B'e'c territory, by this article, is to be com|>ov Pf<^uces of Souiii Brabant, Liege. Naraur, agreed on by llie Conference of London. I have enclosed them for you, as well as his report and tli oflicial notes which accompanied the treaty. The BHgians aro dissatisfied with the decision of tlic five Powers, and say tliey will not accede to them ; yet I liave not the least doulit they will l>e accepted. I have heard th:it tiie Minisiiyare dividfid in their opinion, and tlist tlie King sides with the opponents to the acceptation. I know that he is much hurt, and has hnd serious intentions of abdicating. But tle jieople — tla? Beii;iaus — tliey wImi, six months since, bidlie, F'.nirland will scud a fleet into the Scheldt, tlie expenses of which they will be com|ielkd to pay. Therefore he adviv > I'.i m by all means to accept. 1 know not wliether Baron Storkmar is the private PleniiKitenliary of Jjeo\nM in London, but despwirlws have lately been sent ami received from iIr* Baron, throu'di the medium of llie King's private courier. You will find in llie spe'cb of tlie Minister for Foreign Affairs, a compliment pnid to the .\mbasador< from England and France ; and wo are trdd that iImi b thus hand and hand together wlu'tlier to the field of battle or tlie tlwatre. Witliin tiK'selt'W days several Polish refuj^cs liave ar* rived in Brussels, and are well received by tlic* inhabitants. BtM.OONA. The following note is in vriy general circulation throughout I ft I li)\ ), iH K'> 1^ 1% 1 I r ,i,. i' i .p .?. 1 1 A X *' !