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The Bahama argus
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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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00ul I611. walter, WDNMIBDAY, JANUARY 18, o188. VOL. I-.Nk LIM.


7 asfL f 1m UI-wtSKILLY ta NASSAo, 3. P.


W usby hke euneme wml t iMa.
ipagtby a kid of Rtyal eonma cy,
nw rushed the Ryal Daue upon de sund,
IN biuMd like a Bulumo, command
dea ioneu
e*iable ye waves! ye blt'ring re e*.imh he,
Tech ot your LA ad masJs .
FVeb my power almigh.y, i you do."
To- ain w eagn nce, out he held stick,
wil u nive old *an o Old Nick.
houmhbe* wet the Iobluhe of his shoe
i mmie ir-.4- e nomerch amee resbel or.
Aal ie'od at if e'd drive hi tIrm the lLd,
But sea s caiu to be put upon,
ade for a smentl, i bold saud.
Nat onl made a* ml, did lMMer Ocean.
ar to ML hae raven he made mnloti,
U And bid dem give the King a hary Inmmiag.
Order sw 'd, a sleal the wave to tickle,
Pr soen they put his Majeiry in pick i,
Aid M his Royallmes, like geese, a swimming.
Altk aI s lft, wir one rmeedeou rear.
Jim did they make him wish himself shore,
His head and ears moat h ndsomnely they ldoa d;
J like a parpoiHe with one general hsm.ul
waves so tumbled rhe poor King about,
Ie anabaptist e'er wau half so sous'd.
dalgth. to land he Eciwl'd, a hlfdrown'd thing,
leid more like a crab. thn ike a Ki.g,
Amd iound hut courtiesm maktin rueful fas-
Is wha sanid Caule to tlIe ionrdl and Kgelury,
Wki beilel him from the water, on his entry.
AllrJmmbling for their lives, or places?
My Lords and Gemilemen f ly your advice,
I'e bad with Mr. etic a prelly bustle,
Myle lent from my foe not over isre,
Jml made a jest for every shrimp and muscle.
Aply trick, for one of my dominion,
Mi ldik. I tIhuk you for your lreml opinion.
Ye'll tell me, perhal.l I I've nl lost oln game
AMd Ud ion try another-for the nibber;
Femst me, to inform you all. with shame,
IhaW j're Ia et of knaves, anl I'm a lubber.

Prm the LWoden Mt mi IHerald.

B* RMunIsL, October 21.
aljy, consulting of 24 anicle, concluded by the
r e1a o London, on he affairs of Holland and Bel-
oa hu.d, on sld 20th, before the CheasIer, by the
iF Foreign Afisit. It wr accompanied with a
I =Cd Minise of don Five Power to the Pkei

tLM" oilponasiry of Begiinm to sign the
f is whLich mention hs bees already made, the
tfdrwi oberve-
Cstknr Siciwl i have ll the force and valu of
m easelo between the ielgic Government anl

1t, a Five Powers n to guaral their axcu-

Itt % .ceas eped by the two parti, they mr to
Sword for word in a direct treaty between Bel-
lHlolrlad, and which will ouain nought besides,
ilt paslions relative to t peace and enity which
* betwe en t two countries and thoir Save-

t e li treaty, signed under the auspices of the
psamrof London, shall be placed under the formal
tonf the Five Power.
I ThI arti cle in question hall form a whole, sod
a* aO e rpation.
ra. tha they contain the fen snd inreeaaUl
OF the Five Powers, which, with one common
mre-olved to effect, (a amnur) themaelvel tbh
tire a*ceptatin of the afurmaid article by the
Spany which lhll reject them.
,L ala sigs take thi opportunity o offering to
t' a l Belgic Plenipotentiary the suance of their
Tho cn.idatNioas.

S asPALsVlrU. TO le, .

L -tt consists of 24 artiles:-
S l iterritorv, by this anicle, i to be cmmnpo-
P- ruice of South Bnrbant, Liege, Namur,

Hainault, Wstaon Fiondenr, Eastern Fladems, Antwerp,
and Liulurg, u made pmat of th kisidom of the Nether-
ldans in IBS, wilt th e eaepis s ca tl district of the
Prince of Limbw poiasd out by article 4.
The Belic territory will compare, beside, the pat of
dm Grand Duchy of Luxenbourg indicated in article 2.
Hli Majesty the King of the Netherlanda, Grand
Duke of Luxem.ourg, conaeis, that in lke Gmred Dsrhy
of Luise oure the limit of do elgc Ierritory ShAl be
such u tdey are berwfter described.
[Tim reminder of the article tram he line of frontier.]
3. His Majn y, the King of dhe Netberland, Grand
Duke of Luxembourg, shall reesiv, for the eemions made
in the preceding Article, a territorial idemnity it the
province of Limburg.
[The article then points out the limit of this indemnity.]
& Ths article stipulate for te arrangement of the
ceded territory will the Germanic Coefederaion.
6. Pending them territorial arrangemes rhe partie
are to rveign for eer all proessitan th de cdede part,
and Cuonissionema from Begium and Hollad a to ao-
seableu oo u- possible in Maeutrick, to mark out the
7. Belgium, in the limit pointed out by those articles,
will form an independent md perpetmally anetral Sae.
1, 9, and 10. Thee artil regulate* tL navigation f
the riuvrs of Fioden, of Ihe Schldl, and of dhi ca
which travere both countries, on a system of perfect
11. Leaves free commercial communication by Maes-
tricht and Sittard.
12. Reguliesa the continuatioo of all ew caab booce-
forward made.
13. From the lst of January 183, Belglum is to be
clarged a debt of 8,4(J,(1UO borin of annual rents;
and she artlce regulates le tiranSr of the capital which
is Ienceforward to form a porion of the Belgic national
14. Regulates the payment of the expeass incurred by
Ilullnd since SNoveamer 1, lSl0i, which B*llginl in tore-
imuburs in Itree insalmental-uon the 1st of January, tim
Iet April, and the let July, 1832.
16. Refers to public works, as canali, rnada, &|., which
are to beloull to tim country ime which they are siuated.
I, 19. 20. Tie iuls biiants of loth countries re to be
allowed two yeea to dispore of ithir properly, &c'., if
inclined to tranoler their domicile from one country to the
21. A genteral amney for past political occurrences.
22. All peslions and salaries to be disclharg-d acrord-
ine i, tlie lawi in force before November 1, t1i50.
2:l. All claims to be earmined by a miaed Cummiuion
of L.iuiilasion.
24. lolmediatuly afer the exchange of the Treaty of
Intervention between time two parlius, the necessary orders
iiall be sent to the (Comnmandesn of the resmecltie armies
for the evacuation of time territories, cities, tows, and
places whirl cmlngo domination. 'I'he Civil Authorities
in them will at tle same lime receive the necessary orders
for the surrender of their terriuorie, cities, towns, and
Ilitaci to dte (Counmissioiners who shall be aBppuitliJ for
that effect on one parlned theasher. Thlisevacintioin and
surrender shall be so effected talt they may be completed
within 15 days, or sooner if it can be done.
E TKHAZTr. Buo t'w
Wo .esrano, Litt'I., -
The answer of the Belgian Pmnipoteaiary was read;
it merely stated that the 24 aisles exceeded his inaruc-
tione, and the baia of she prelilamaries.
The reading of be 94 aOid ecched greet ad long
agiiion ; but nothing in tla way of disciion iarreo
look place.
Adjorned at half-pst two till t-morrow (Friday).

Priwte Camrrepondeace of aN M mag Herald.
IUBIanEL, October 21.
The Minister for Foreign Affair communicated yester-
day to the tw Chambers the preliminaries of peace, as
agreed on by the Conference of London. I Ia encloed
them for you, as well as his report and thl official notes
which accompanied the treaty. The Belgians are diss-
tisied with the decision of the ive Powers, and my they
will not accede to them; yet I beay not dh 1eat doubt
they will be accepted. I hve heard that dm Ministy are
divided in their opinion, and that the King sides with ih
opponents to dt acceptation. I know tat be is much
.ion, and hua had enmo ineationa of abdicating. But
the people-th. Belgian -thy bwh, slt moai suocbod-
lied the Conference, and were prepared to fight the while
of Enrope--hey are for seceding to any em, however
dish oourbla, on en conditie-da they ar e tred
from any fturm attack from Helahd, nd oneaqMndy
may severconmeincontact agniwith temlint bid. The
determination of them wta people i an to be wondered
al, when their repre taim show envry inclination. so
leave them to their fete, or lakl lile itmnat in their wel-
fare. It will, probably, hardly be redited that thi after-
noon the Minitar for Foroig Alir came dow to the
Chamber of Representative with a repeat from the King
relative o this imponant qientia, a and wa rf d r-
ing by these age Counsellors; and why 1 bemoau it wa
late, and several of the Memsin bed left! The Minie-
ter was obliged to leave, and sitting i appointed for this

moving. The rseding of I report might prbr hav
tals a qmrwr of an holr it would have beenr pi
nd dincum d t-morrow, and wold meeriMally hveed
the public misd. um anm M. U edehin a mso dared,
and probably eauM i matlm,b m s ae mpy sem Se-
wal wdl-i rmed pera have b as oe dus s as to dho
propositions binga c bly Holliad i d if lh pi
oiw gets spread you may re amared the Belgia-n will
accept, and threw theailets on the pruection of FPreee.
The arraqpmes of the debt, although lea thea one-third
is only to be paid by Belgnm, gave great diatiaction ;
and I told Itae be statement made by Hollaid, thal the
ianme is flJ.UO,tlWO annually, i iocurree, it beiag ely
19,(JJtlu Which of the asnuem ta is cnmra I kes
not; but from the buldgts I hoare rn I iA ld b reed
to credit the 19,000,1U0. You may suppose dme Frerc
in this city are not cold at tim present eousone; and Gc-
neral Belliard is cntionally driving eboet, frm to the King,
then to the French Prince, then to Sir Robert Adair, and
eo backwarId d forward ihe whole of the day; and for fear
te King my ae have elucient French advisers Mardatl
Gesald hs arrived her is poa-h4 from Malobrg-
" In the multitude of Counsellors thee is wisdoeo" M ay
thbi csrteg induce Leopold fit hi good, *ar lead him in-
to any dirty intrle. I hve my irs, and I p no
without came. The aonduc of General required
explanation. I bave repeatedly meusoed the Impore-
lion, almost daily, of French Offcens of al rank against
he avowed declaration of the King. I eapMd my r-
prise, and hinted at mare underanded wn. The eramin
s withdrawn, ad behold the act. Bellied eaerained
doubts of a enal stulement preisi to the 95h; ad was
preparing against an attack roman the Duch. The French
officer had aorde to remuii a their hotel until further
order. But since the arrival of dhe proposionl thwe have
disappeared, and, on inquiry, find by order oe OG eral
Belliard, dated ysreday. The declaration of Prusi as
toi i inentions is cae of an interference by France my
probably have hbaened the orders. The Oange party a
not idle, uad, if I misake not, will shortly show tbemselv
openly. Liege is ripe-a this moment there are 50.000
workmen starving in that province, and k only require
the command to raim tir whole of the district. One ma-
nuifactory alone, which, up to the time of tie revoluiuo
employed 4,5t1 men, now support 1,MO, out of charity,
having only work for half that number. (Ghet is in the
same state, and they coutldernly expect an attack from the
Dutch on time itl. l'The doriaration of the Miniter yes-
I.rday, tIat In ruuld give no information as to wlither the
)Dutrlc would Ih peliltted to re-rcinienre Ilnstilities on
thle 2.l1 or not, illmateirially arengthen the Ordnge uprty.
The Messager de (Gand, in an anicle of to-day, *nilnive-
ly astUrit tdha tie Conference in London is dliwlved-
coins.quently Ihe King of lolland is as libtery olu art a he
think proper. You are better informed on this subject
than wc are, but you may suppose it has cased a great
TIn' prolsMitions having been signed by Talleyread and
tie declaration of Lord Grey that no arioms diftrences
of opinion have ever occurred in tle Conference, have
lowered the popularity of the French very much in this
country, and very noon, I have no doubt, Ihey will heve
the honour to bu quite as much haled a the English. It
i wonrhy of remark, that Ihe leading paperof tm country,
the Courier de Pays Bas, In a le4ing article this morn-
ing, arm angry wi th le (loverarmal for thIwing ilnlf
under the proeeetin of France, and onsides it woeM
have been more wimr have a tbhe Eaghad for a pro
tecto. The C reerwr hba much ilnmece, d already
lvre te t advantages ead disedvsa that might have
nrbn fre dhe protection of E nld bsea canvmdl li
every Cafe, nd the result h Ma arwya bhe in -r fnvar.
The conclusive arguamt is, tht it isb nerio py for a
prmwer who as the power to serve yoa,thb oa who
S-a weak as yourslf. B it i too lte, bey have made
Iheir choice, and must bida d resu.
M. Van der Weyer I still len, and I believe wil re-
mis, until the decision of he Chamber. HI et --dd I
for the inter of the entry thet the propeaiim ashld
beaecopad. He ray eney thing lan baefgrlatd dlat they
Could well have -ipected for te encouragement of their
commerce, in giving them the free avigaion of river.
He tas told them that, should they wage a dplonatic war
for 10years, hey will never go as ahration a to the
line of mfeaon I dht it will ost be permited so ack
HIolLind; and if they refine, Enrland will send a fle into
the Schelds, tle epeases of which they will be compelled
to pay. Therefore he advise them by all means to ac-
I know nt whether Baron Stockmar i the private
Plenipolenliary of Leopoid in Lodion, but depaichrh
have lately bwen enn and received from the Baron, through
the mediisu of he King's private courier.
Yon will ind in the speanc of the Miniser for Foreign
Alamir, a coeplimea paid to the Am amders fma Eag-
land nd France; ad we re told tet he best under-
sandin exmirbetwem them. This is trm; sad so fr
have they carried th gsad undernadia4, the dwty heve
scaally Iab a he at dle d- ir btwen dea It i
pleaing to se Englanl and France go thas hd and iad
together whedlerto the field of batlde or the there.
Within them few days averal Polish refugee hve -r.
rived in Bruels, and are well reenhved by the inhabitats.

The following moe is in very geeram l crcuLaions hauglot

the Paidkal

Aof aAat
N : il" manmtd atf
la of 64*66w6 of crunemI
~ptU A rJa~l75.

W33IY.3kY, JARVAUY 18, I288.

The lIJo, Captain Rumll, from Lverpol, ur-
nJd h*ls Monday, and we hbve bno poOlae poured
wk t paper from there to tde 30th November, rom which
we eaade tracts. The Lively, Captain BertsL,
embr d Ibethin morning, from Sevamen brikgig pa-
pae feom tht pine t tthe lb of JIasry. bul they. toe-
tin me Nws of importance to our remd.
Tesdla, Ide Oeal Comw m for the Hilary Tero,
and t 10 odocl h Ihe Judges having take their ats
peAm h leSc, dte b m of the term commenced wkth
Ae mino fmme.
The Orad Jury nTling been sworn, the folowing bills
f idmm were given est to tLhem.

S..} Murdr.
asy JqbOw lea

i leha atues, a Sham
The, King 4
f'rm ", 01 u i ,, Ma'ri mu.
Thin Kbl a
J Illm NeNagsto Slave.

Tm Ig A. on M ajr William

TI Heo. .L Ssadds Ba Nindlk
aip Ki g A ltk ontheHo. Rotert
WlM lueiNicoii lbadoad
The hia Amkit on a Mjagitrae
w. ((C. R. Neabie, Esq.) in
Maui ldo executio of hbi duty.
The King
Va. Ameuh on Joshu Misk.
Robert Smith
The King(
vs. Larceny.
CbWas Nei$"

The King
vs. Greed L*rceuy.
Calhrine Ele e
Tl Ki| t}
nW Amuultooa JmMalcolm.
Wilik E. Baundern
The King
T o. mAm.Jlu.
Th-ro- Coeyix I



The Anorney general iafored dt Coat, tha e had
Vpla h la oelo inform-utmn ag ainerti indl-
Umslfr hito o His Eicelency the Governor-oame-
&que pehlme Frdc Moaongu Melll, Robert Taylor,
*-wO I a, Jo WildW JoSenomdm, G orge
f Admeor, George Pklpa Wood, Conrd
Ilabs my J Meadows, Zese., ad Mr. George
m faw grat eaOm again t the t na umed per-
m1a wtMl he prayed leave to ad at dm rmquiasit
pam he nm g n -t
AAer the (ed Jury had et id with he biB of i.
dlatme, IM. Ad rsea, lng dus only oa of tbe parties
m In coast, w arraigned u the two laformatliu
d--l ., ad having paled o iahy, traversed hi
aWtid Apei mt, givimal arity upeo aca d te im-
Ger a ea hi own me og ce, in a00, and two
ameLdl 100 each, to appear ad ake bis trial, and in
A- lamLe, it keep the peace.
Aho two eo'lock, he Grand Jury returned itoCoun,
wim do fnmm delverd the following bill.
The King
Murder--o bill.
Oler Johon Boonle

The KI ng I .

-. I AL-.itrian bill.

Mr. luh sh blnn nm a ai --aa d Ie- l d.-
IaM, abt dty himolf s tho ercy of ith Court, whb
a iM ofS was 'm led o bt.
Mr. B lead having een br ht up i coaedy of the
Pre u Marshal, wa discharged by proclamation.
The Court met his day, and Mr. George Bigg, being
In a-e e, in the Icumody of the Provsw Marshal, was


&_A e srLt

eui b muo I iolM no It p bpa tIh clendr h

obj cted, inasmuch as it wu a indulgence entirely 1 his ditrc, o in town-f, Mr. Edhior, dI l
adal t to tli early Npnsiale. His Honour the Chief te true; otrwise, they are wilfule
oint,but o ce of the ort having before been tried a, i Mr lndm,) bea m e s ad aI
luring a period of thiry two years thatibe been upon bwere nt Vovilsed of the ilegAldy
ie Beah, at which turiale wl a absent i d as n-ot da- was the tiue'to ridpk.

Hlonour, thrfore, rmooimeded that a day should be ep- eupe aione, nchl w k( on aletodil
Polated to hear argument upon the point in dispute, and ai dist, further, tinhat owa y per wepdi e
Saturday next wa appointed accordingly ; orge C. the poll or dierred fr il, by thIee rioul

Andeson, Eaquire, ann.uiaking, in tihe absenc of the certain joalou, intolerael, *nd o vert.ring f
Defendant's counsel, to act for him. M. Biggs then gave if they moan thee a the Jacobitas ,l
Nltmiy) uio each Inafo prearen, topper nd e ke u, b his s bbuo ry, I atever ily believe i. ;

wo surot i ia the sum of 100 each. candidate, bero htd forwrd vot) be u lnwarte

mtur, thia he hod Mr. Johe Medoowa y n cstosdy, who, qupliajectional. votler, therefore a nif
with Mr. George wih g was placed at the br and pleaded 1 hve heard, Mr. Editor, of accaries t
" notu piy," to twr o e tero indoraton foribel upon the the s.; are hiere not w acen im to ii drlu,
GoSvrnMr of thin eatey. The Auorney General coo- No -had tha mjoity of ton acore, hi
Ming, die ddofmdel tavmned the nuit to the next term. expelled from the hose, with every mrk o
They w ine thm boand verlo appear at thattime, to take But to return to the card. Doe Firebrand
hdenr tonu, a in the ean ti im te see he peIce- jealous, imoleral, and over bearing( 4r1r
theIdant'lv in the act or him.. Mr. Bia g then avei in ty man themelrve the w d obe

100 ech, upon each information, lt ow-men- jealoun of tyranny-jealous to I
We understand, the foreman of the Grand Jry me Jur cm malice, and revenge, usrp the place of in
into Court this afternoon, and reported de following : ercy, nd justice; while Firebrand and h
Ta Kig t jealous only of the oor and jites! ltswe -,
aThe P g Man slaugter-true bill he : were we oa, we would, ha re this, have
ith Mr. Geore Bg laced tebra pe men what we think of thor; but, on the
Th I Ato ot on Majoo r libel u rigue, yet we till patiently awat the renait t
e .. Id B. Nicoll-no bill. equitable proceediaga. Overhearing are wel
oh, thes four chandidatea would have justdy b
The King A ult on e Hoe Robert give vent tod groa rmj der on the ca m re
SSln ddilfned-no bill. Does this ll card writer mno e to my, hat e
William Bmrke Nicolns tpear tht i, to e pull, or deterred them from itD If he dmiamn
The King AssaultonaMagiatr'te(C. him,assertion and proof are vastly different; le.
r. R. Nesbi, Esqe.)in the exe- dje calosienoly anmer many things, which I, me
Same cution of hi duty-no bill. Il, defy him to provo. Tise leader n of our p ihe
r~_____ ---- pioarels to t*he h nds of the Nile," a very honarI
At tde opening o of the Court this day, the Editor of parion ; for, nlhoud r lhey appear mtudly forea
this paper was conducted to the bar, to plead to four ra they will finally benefir their country, as the nalhi
ajfw irfnum iaau, filed against him by tie Attornty Go- titan nolble tiver tres only tofertiliz themi,. Tt
rl, for r i an the o r f t ilo- liiton, siy le ; but this very ilapetauOty, lbna,
erJl, for aewral Lhel nun the Governor of hih co- |ti |Nile', stn, tu, bers away bforae it, plapn,
no, containe o o d in dde following number, namely :-two, mine, and jul the varied ill*, which would othlrwia
in number 35, 16th Nevember, 1831, contained in an the country. Not a a Furbrmed,-howevteh
article headed K" iNogrNIMArNLv RTNTION," andi a Imbomst tnlame y Io that plays around it, ls ai
later under the lignatute ol Ctvm," to the Editors of nothing but m'ischikef, amnd will eventually eammid
te Jamaica Courant, and copied from that paper; wone, in a Editor,
number 2td October, contained in the conclusion and Your obedient, hombe
pothcripl of a latter to the Editor, signed TIMONr FAK
two, in number 36, I November, contained in part of
the fourth and fitb mragraphs of CIRCULAR" Frems A Lierrpel Cmrir, N, i swmb
one, in numberl7, 19th October, in the fifth patrgraph o paeIOTHy AT l.YOh r.
The Kin so .. _, The Paur can idatpn of Thuldlay na rjudaty bo

a letter signed TIMON one in number 44, 7t R s me delonbl diordr which hu l -ct o mdal
Decgmhez-ip the fifth iaragraph of an article beaded, toth and ttst instant. Ther scenes of nul I tt-
F GNODI L, manutfactrte of ths at cl o m iy, ad thhitical w
OF GOD." f ormidable and telarmlog chanrte I depndeael d
The Edior wi e make i ightst appeal to the Ju- di seplme and mr aof the mwutlineers. After
pares it) the hnds ofthe Nile," a vhey

rs of this Ilad, owith a iew to wbarp thelr jud eat, or rom the higher town to the 'irmontrv toa c l
indemma dher mrdikt: he feas tlt he shaid, by doing so, nmet of thein aned wih makei., and may of
mot only mim hhil dm uaelea y blut do the art thhe uniform o"f the Ni yie o Gaalr. The aurel.

handa, whenever the mlut my com to trial, the moas am- dispers thi rioters but the latter, so far fn rom
ple justlc. Grateful fbr the very liberal uppo rt he has sml of the author iis to ire it to ei'l
noaed, o inoa he became ma inhabitant of this town, no and oe, Jale l tgre v lsaihinr. Theo rmse d
exertion hell be wanting on his p9rt, humble though into the houses nd rNo d ou the Nmiional Oied ea
they ie, to f-o d the best interest of the Colony, and th lime n a thf e wina ow, s. The pyrefect d iti
letter wunelcoe,ir the na c of liberty to ad blood, proceededing ang crowd of the rioler, id
the people of seme of their nuomnmr and were taken pri
-number 8, 2 Ogeonerl oficer second in command th, atMme a
Turks Iulands Sal was aslling at New York, on dhe persons who cane to propose term nnlt- the
4tltmcrip or 6 cents. instantly released. The threat had the deoid d
tir rth and fh pPreferph and tie ("n.,ral were Mar at M bely.
Nuaa, January 12th, 1832. TThe arispapers of TSturdlayt e. aind byrimM
the mutt at l.yona had becunse ,ore sesoi- 5"jI
Tetdh Bditor of tlM Ba uie Arga. w ma mphnt, and the o ci, d at ,i au lt O ruedy r-
MA. E TrroN,- oba Trvd las ight s i the Royal Ga- the ety to await or er and rrinforcement. i b
anBet, that vhicide of falsehood and sadilious notices, tha sn~s w ure said to hate aireal lt their livec.
hirliagergaa ofa bse, hvocrcl,ant-colonial pry, a (Minister of War.) and the l denke f Orl n.. h
card from the four naworthy candidates, who were leject- prom for, and troops were procethl'ta frt
ed a the Eton election They thak theit peal tod the ect ion on that city. m On the .id, Lyn w.m th
Uame ol d eleait a, prdihlarty Ith c leOred e v or mts oor Pohe o mhe en. it pi .rlesc hrtr

ve1-- erwinto nnma.l the hn* t? of their popularity, renlt of l.yous from Trrare udi Ke.....e ahb 1cs ;
io hide their confdia:n of face, when they behold them- iheinaur,, moanled to t .otme men. A -'y a( l
mien. die ebjecta of h peopim's avenion ; and now they' e7.n and merchants were mi.onarrd in theer b
wth, mmldramcou ptenwm and faine allegations, to streets were uiipaved and harristiled, the aimag.
mt onl tem tpleh The mmpan mmeu autan of it e four, prisnes by the revolters, ll tle National Guah e m
I wil isy to eme .. arms. mIt the streela illumnmalte. Scver. ini c
Fireabend and his th.e friend ao e. tha t rate i killed The Tor n of It on.t ad the apf r e
md iq...uta e ons.-i..or d very liberal uppoit le ha c e d Or th e "trili t eto tih .
received, since hebecame an io biat of thi town, no uo th gu Several d---ge -o

e an oin el I for three o in e i command pethr ilte
lw. Of tho', Mr. editor, ou mod the pull te can judl, I ,ut i when yosu k a that L, sa.icl ckeNrly oaorks, tial a co- murets wn.ho a N3to plioi II. ess "Ia the


ia m marm -

oe L woer d with dhe Br mwig telor this
S biq ob)e yD. MHUe Lao, *om rm-rks
fl-wpay 1 eMn rat-lo, Ie lwwlng beo K ye-
f de mollanchly shMu cald by the I oe
i al malady in underlsnd whilc Iowa he wau
vsto isi, prompted by a Iudable professional al
, bs charisTler and treat at o this scourge of
.9-oby wts.-When I left t*nBM rland, on Suday evning,
t Asmlnla cholern we re mingly lneuing, as
Sj. ad bien during the few days immediately preceding.
seiordiel mjn are still divided in their opinions reard-
,ii cosinmiicability by contagior. OfwIdlmtsever a-
Meeiding ausMe may ullimalely prove to be, it
eluraict is too mriwm to allow it, upon the mer
Ilj of controveresal opiaioin, an unlimited pherew
hirrldm c sway. It s*name so petlilential on aspect,
lg a rltionnl doblt c beentermined of the pIro)riety,
, Necessiy, tof lmtntilg di most powerful preven-
S"mtatrA In neO l taDwa weiro it may find a con-
.i u~ssphere. The dubious Red only become spec-
gike devastation and isery I have witnessu d, to
oined that the escape or safety of our town will de-
si an observance of the strictest code of medical
The effciency of which, I hink,'might be much
a by the Liverpool Board of Health gaiinog all
ioformatioa of the proceedings of the Board of
lof Sldurlisd, which hu bad to sacrifice tile in
rspnvalof difficultim snd impdlieints, at a period
iavery oleltewl wa vaivrable ; and which hu like-
had to conlend igitl ebtm : les tha could not by
nIt forethought hte en anticipated, because they
piinaalr in quarltes whence asistance ought more mn-
IMlbly to have been elected. In subjoining the official
Ipt of Blnlrdiy ad Sunday, it is with a sincere hope
hatn wmy nower em silar meliacholy records of our
uw avi become the abod ofpestilence.
J. ui zna LaNt.
PaoU-m, Tmids, maisg."

LflSU Urnit Sr

(7t Every person abwd ui hoae thess filmed, after
oacing resided tcrein for the space O/TfUITa DATs, Is
giee security at the Secretary's Ofin, rpeu up Ais.-m
said Ocffor errrEEKN tA* presiomsto lisdepartwe-f -
ter which, at any tie diinag roa-rnai DAyv, a TiFcke

,ak i. ealy te ftl is a ached by an
-in.hicomne tMe rwhle*d be id t a kind L w-
dr, leaving lsh rid wholly mi. i prm is at
huadfal ainMr. Msenms, again, the, m l epinh"Am
tha this lypterinsm apple caumsmi a s t oe ne -- '
sil ; eeml. having so palp or Lebh i the inlide, *iMl um-
rally eemuk,. whee seaght for s bed. e dMwl by thl
hungry Bedonin as pleasleg to the eye mad desekial to the
palte. Chateaubriand hau fied on a shrnb dieMe from any
of he others. It gow two or thne leaulg fhro the mae
of the Jonims, sad i o I thorny appeanMe tih N t W-
pering leavs. IIts frut is acly like thatI of the Egypi
leon, both i sme end colour. Before is s ripe i in i ed
with a cormuia and ualine juice; when dried, it yields a
blackish seed that may be cmpured to muh, ad whicb in
late resembles hiter pepper. There can be litl doubt that
thl. in the true apple of It mocks the applgite.--Edlb ur Caoinr Ltirory, No. 4.
Singar OnmI anmg te i Jmi.-Their frmal
Lhas a sainulae method of onameouetio thmle TLy
bore a hole through the uadcl lip, as low down tomrd dthe
chin as poible, and stick several long th h in the aperture.
with the points projecing ootwars. Ohberving that several
of te tribe had decorated their Ul with common pins, I
gave one of the sqaws a few that I happened to have In my
pomession. She imeirllately called to her a gir l about
twelve yean old, apparentlyy her daughter.) who bad Moe a
yet bee disilguished by thi ama o n: pierd r lip, with
valuindidbreoceand deualrty. with a hau instrumea t lad
or aIlli(gaors' tmth, ad placed the pie il the or6a. The
poor airl bore thi. operaioon with reut pelimee I ad ap-
pered to bs perfect consoled, by the poeesuio of her e--
iv acquired omrnent, for the pain I mt have give her.-
touapaig and Cnruise Yi Ve
--- ---- --

'; Common Malicnant. may be obtaind. c CM M lm
gemoiiqng doa last report.... 16 ........... 10 NAMES OF PERBONS Jamnry 14h.
hew cam............................. ........ 9 A.orT TO At N. RcRs RY r ENART CO.
_Ilth Noirember Apey Wells. BY HENRY GKENMLADE & CO
Total ....... 1 19 ltoh December C . RIdd.
leanol..d ................... 4 0 sta, b C miri On Maodn mass,- at. Alim l l.
Dad ....-................... . 0 Ju ary Jaou Rbet Win. AT rm d .
Remaining... 17 14 I .b Eliuboth Barry. At 31 O W i g
oulrland, R o'rclck, a. ., 2lit Nor., 31. l. Will e aol
(Signed) RBERT DAIUN, M. D. A tmrt of Land, ituate an OGran BShm, l a i
-- i2 2l )acres. Further particulars will e miade ha d
Common. M.mlinanrt. JfV sf ltef t u 0 r sale.
IR minin since last report.... 17 ........... 14 January 14th.
Nw sma ........................ 1. ...... 1 ........... 9;- --
T l. PORT OF NASSAU, N P. R. McKEE, Denist ad O dlis, has arr In
Total ........ is 2:13 ........4 1 Naseuand will attend to the aoeral prKact of his
a...................................... 4 1 ARRI VED. profusion. He can cur every ce o arie he dw l *,
..................................... Jan. 16f-i-Biig Jmno, Rumel, Liverpool unless the disease her progrened so fr M ne dealy dthir
Reminine.. 14 ,s blerchandiae, to Roann BUrrT.a. vitality; and for those who hve bhd the fIortam I e
loeerlAd, 8 o'r, a. ., 27tA Nor., 181. 18th Sloop Lively, Bartlett, Savannoh their teeth, he will inert ne ones, which caat die-
(Signed) RoEnRT D un, AM.D. Rice, Chese, Candie, Lord, der. tinguished from the or iinal teeth. He a led th
_______ R DauM to H. GasrmUN.LAD & Co. disease of the eyes, nder the albted Mr. Laaet ;
Fre tha LArpeol Curier, Naemner 30. ad he has confidence in saying, tiot e can be a of al
iat-Thei Chamber of Depuies h ave passed CLEARED, service to the who ne affiited wih dlb Ia thm or-
h prp llv banishing the Bourbons from France, but 16th Sloop Bob, Clarke, Mobile 'gan. He has often been able to Mress e to t
hluw for b;li.hing hereditary peerage s not yet beer. 17th Brig Richard, Lardman, londurau who wer in total bliednem.
mdto the Upper Chamber. To secure Its adoption, 18th Sclr. Pomonao Miller, Havanah Do. McKan is a gsradusa in G., I Ui-
1 hal been a large creation of new Peers; bu t at this verity of Glagow; Y te"f Ba i1a p"
tialiriberal have taken offence, and thus Paris i SAILED, Surgeons, L ; and grada* t i h l6leM" l B
eiscomotion. Caimir Perier has frmnes; bt Jan. 18th Sloop Bob, Clarke, Mobile Univerity of New York. Hea pa a
P d cilit, like that of ll who attempt to keep in Tionable Woimonis" of his r he
kaw&ho ein @rloe Prli on The ,slep Widow's B ~a ClylYong. which thi rmpoaally s ek d of d ofm e
L ken r ehmia will be foed en cecoumt of the do- foer Loag lland. to lad wlth Ban y ,h t7t I nd of Nmnk, ase dilM tM d of i. llj
ae oI rnot sod bloodshed which hove ake to No York b. oet withesi A ad mils He rides for te pmm, a Cipa 0. rs-
Lyoe. Thee diMurbance appear to have ari- hrthant lsel at thM s diSen m eM b em of ttm co-* te '
with the silk-weaver, respectin the rate of wages, i vtes pgale tfhm e NNoth d, the i of which, earrd Ilt
a1 a all connected with politMcs. M. Casimir a ewy her mas, and she w in te act of taking. whe hee Jamay 18t.L
i bringing the abject before die Chamber of Captah Iw, as a little dntace, the Ameran ship Coloeam,
lhd spoken in o form ad open a maerr that Captin WitidMr, boned so H m, who a te Capi YVo NOTICEi
ad wir h i dep attention, and, a a proof of the' Cw m ad presages. board, ad ided da (ea I HE SUBSCRIBER, atendig ts hm id n
L Iof tie (mmher, sn addre s epropared the pasieget.wo proceeded me to ti v ap sea, r Ba United aUs sran d
w ha Psnnnsm.* d noT a April sti. for the Uatlo Au^ N podr-
h nedof the King, eapenv or ac men BahamaB. and we sn happy to my, they sihved bens on Me- -ow havq aaino Mbe, to mnd d I and
tod to the King, eipyaive ofltachment to hi d Ili--p.n of the crew, hoew. nesrely frt hbiten. e cldebd, to a ne p mr o ts i L
pAS. 8ENGER5 ARRIVED. Fe arry. All oeopnr wo aftir sl
lplis-. hsolated that the Emperor Nichola, s lha PASENGERs ARRIVED. ill be lr at rte nanf al 'e Ba
1" mee coolnes towards the French amnbassdor, on In the Sloop Lively,from Savannah:-Mr. Pratt, Lady recovery
'ai f isehaving absented himselffrom he solemnity and family, and Dortor McKee. F. TUNlEL
tclkakivint forle fall of Warsw. Was PA88ENGER8 SAILED. January 7h.
ti mma dJIl i present If so, we may wellblush In the loop Bob, for Mobile:-Mr. Wier, Captain Ar- ;AM MBIHILLAb tt.o o coun try, that he wa outdone nod lady and daughter, Mim Farmer, and Mr. Fin lay A GM AM UMBRELLAw. brougl I di f .
jy je tiu by the Frenchmen. The harbarities of f Ace abos a wek sins, sppoed by stake.
omi auth.uiti in Warsaw nd other pars of Po- The owner my receive it, on appliati for d me.
i a& keatilyshow that no generous feeling has any CHRIST CHURCH PARISH. November 23d.
hthe Russian Cabinet, and that it has not even pnim
, o mmgh to disarm by kindns. Thus it lays up rM vu lsiar FOR MAAL ,6
I W frore ninl more successfulrevole The brove S AVING fised thdemisB e a of tau at the ale of $9 Th House and Pressm a p m erpld
SChlopicki has been sentenced to Sibri, to be 1 per barrel of superie Flour, Ordered, that thse r Mrs. Poirer. The H e is ray and
Supon their public works. sahilin Loaf do weigh 2lm. 6a., and te sipeany Lef I convenient, with lrge Kism aMin walkl h
tll. .So By order of the Vestry. artached, char houms and Midling Ar hre
qf pi Sodom.-- ver r eder has beard of the apples of DAVID SPENCI, Vestry Clerk. hea et msiTe ar i grpan ps. Theat bdip
.aL sp c. of fruit which. extremely besuriful to the VrITar RooM, 8.1 Janisy. 132. have been lately d rpaired, and tL r part
Letter t the ieste, an full of dust. Tscitus, in the of the fences have y pet up.
1e0 tmbk af his hiser, allde to this singular fact; bhl. as HAVANA. -
l al hllaog r bio h aief an m mhemnns. thas no light ran -
h'* ftoma his lweril,tion, tr i emrfiat ./ s fei.rni m in TMReq. IOWARD, Jr. has trelnsld her BoaDiino A met of Land onsid *the Vilima le f .250
*tn dloue trverllee. unablehr to dleeirr ths inular M e FPrtB.1%HMsr.NTin the Col de les$iDfria, north c.. It is dlirvided by the villagn-sa insae Ime Ba
me". have conid-rrcd i merci as a figure of speech. de- .0 due governmentt iMosw. wesmer lot belag inererwed y he ew m ead ldin rn
e t* A deceitful natutr of l vl i .us enjoyments. Ilas. The very airy nd conmanding situation of th hosnr he v ilige into the Ble hill road. This hd wi be dis
*atntsl it as the produn,-t iin o a small plut esllled should cmremand the att.ntinn f all travellers in a warm poe i ofin oneor thre ot. Ap ts
af aM.a s peles of nih:-hiha,. which is to be ItN W. MILLER,
S Widantilv in the neichhn ,rhd.l of Jci,'Lhn. ie a- climate. SWP 17Lh
doe eft pil are %ori, b), lidl of 'lust hb thus. h, June 16th. Sepembr 7.




i _I _ __ __

Tusrrnw, Tbrhe Ah 1t,,u ,
AT wea mTuEN Inpm,
Aet 3o eiM a. am
Will hi solad
The Cup of Sloop Lively, Br usmills.
10 derces
40 bf.t -es .
40'boem andl6s,
B Choes
Term immediate CASII.
January 18h.
On Monday st, the 2d istant,
AT Ta vUsnl ianOei,
At as Omrnhs. S.
WE he sold
The following propty, ws.
A Hois and Lot, siuate i C aar Baa. Tbh h i
enclosed by a subMsantial es Wall td e Ba a Ma
are In ood condition.
One other Lot, on the coa ir f y mod 1Dn n
Street, adjoining the Lot acapd by Mr. rAhsmnd
AND- -
Another Loe. shmu at the bh of Unhi BSrt, a
which there is a Steln Quarry.
A tract of Land a Hog Isad, con-ig abee 80
acres, ell knows by the ar of oa BIp-ypaL
r at_ elar. _al-r -- *

vrk A-Af
ron4"1*0 4, TOWM^
4aFtrws -
"~~~~Pt Qin. e

p i li t I g it
s 1 ._ J s 1
IS 10 17 1" 19 00 I
a a a ia a W

FebygJs I S S
6 .7 a 9 10 1
Is 18 14 15 16 17 I
t WI 21 2U 1 31 3
96 27 g o -
Msech..-..- 1 2
4 5 6 7 8 9 1
11 11 13 14 J5 16 1
Is 19 o 1 23 9
95. I 807 SI M a
1A a a 4 5 6
A 9 10 11 12 1i 1
15 16 17 18 19 0) u
ja II IN ie 6 27 2
MB ml -
9- 2D
M -- 1 3 4
6 7 8 9 10 II 1
18 14 16 16 17 I8 1
go 21 2:11 i2 25 8
g7 I 9 a0 aI -
a 4 5 6 7 N
It) 11 It I1 14 15 1
17 18. 19 t0 XI 22 2
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1 2 a 4 5 6
SW 110 1 12 1I 1
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as s g6 27 a
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Ag*. .-.- 1 I 3 ,
4 S 7 9 10 1
I, LI* 14 Is Il 17 1
19 s 3 11 I N H 2
a W to a o ai
2 8m 4 5 6 7
9 10 iI It 13 14 1
16 17 IN 19 IU 1l u
Wg M4 25 26 27 Wt 2

October..... 1 9 a 4 .
7 8 9 10 11 12 1
14 15 16 17 IN 1 i
g o S 31 -
1 B
4 5 6 7 t 9
It 19 19 14 15 16
is 19 go l 2 I 1
a5 i6 27 a I 0 W
4 5 6 7
9 10 II 19 11 14
16 17 18 19 Ut l
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URedak his ls taO a staIy ra, bee it -ma amn- delkiasesmry, retmatic ami p-M
mm heyed IIIIae. The rck epa which it aM
emms iMi f ehden, ws is i i the mi
A of the RUMe.
The IEm l eof thmin e dtale d tm river is
galterma bat, om appeseb aim, it i decay

immy ohsubjectof as i "tesig hI, ht h
sbbdmtin, naraste'ed Itee tworiwede. The a
dbP f 4te dgs Ofd mod in a faut lom:-T
aeawlilsf Rene.d, N ephew of Chrlemgm, duer
do aWi=gto him. wrisem reo peace, waN
ad b6lvn di theirea of I*glhoi, and fr
dhedwe toh sares of thll Rhine. Ovrkem
igho aW 6f his ramble, at the entrance of the dom
fa c ue*. h reqesd the hopitalily of the owar, a
waiim' ly seeked by him with thu6i aa frwake
Iwh dIa I di te u -alric ago. The Ciad
a L d6m graspedl hIin d with thau "e-cy ardhi
whichIapb do maw a o od Meands, rter thw u
Mof strangs, ad ll Higede, his daughter, at hefe I
bread uad wIe, t syl of hpitallty, with aB t
aimee fSr iw wH har wh daCiderah
g@ades I embn1 with" family armoef the
oand Ned peumas it wih that am le weal
aenmiedim ry biialtr. Relm aenped Se pi
ien er hoed and h aw gake, hbi
hbh saeuled, d. he I e kanw msa w
Whatr aid O ht tiis a Am do
which, whoam blding o6 se a s ver SmW
*4t h thi 6 -mao emmm whof heds mm dI.mnt a bame t" R*e
oe2ed hlfgaad bq t qipek t fates of war,
Sof6 gnAt palbical visw of hoi neuwd semi
They eoiredito rm, hat RalAmdcandet cis hi b y
thi imaged mldTde crtiually premad kienl be

The ,hY ho&w pepieucktal bdSdLr Isiohwbmhrr riIn dowe 10 il
hk.hee a it sas glary.

-abmyu every m m"d-- -* ha Ir -h HI EUy. -e
ary 1 i y L P ar l" in whic Mn p )mail
ha, n mni p d me au buing pew "oh
minid hedo of civalry withi bi w l and pera Thres ined .r J. hi ade e. rs nro

b lio t u if io prayer r i..m castle, "whb i r I l p inhfbe tin Mad eLutmnesm i
O/a w r, pdentA op t _l ai ha r d, oa it o of wue, :tt ui de "a"

t1 IdTi g ho 1i e hould cd.siac h.e lcvein,__ ay. Iahy olhor e r i ld al ly tIa. cl
Si qiid her togie t hi myt. No yml of disple old here beo qulMhe ihdmt eHi Ea ey.
-i.erak ny daa e h yS i ps .lus r cod m ely i& at i s pe bge - f
I g*ass L ed at overme a ll r te imoidiy, i wich n shipped
I asly wetoheld hforma paper epemi o declare A." Thle srte o a sas rfatr,

4I Co.u.m. of Hildeginds wa insanoly coreod wibI HOUSE OF COMMONS, Sep.It I
1 r e of er had iM to tii ding reLd asa edr p cat, ,h oart cathm ow B oi

4"/ *' "m *,yma 1 __.. ,. TL ro T,, PMu IH D F s T u f w
Sen4 her. but the liewoe sitting on a b, her h and If ar t ie iU trd sonteunt owith iw

l jited e if i epre. oriv, hsi rI aced to t L was i a thaeditemt. ionof J imr. C. nSyth bad he rc

- and, in giving tim ruess biB, ni, Th h ael ..nAl,orattacko.npootlnhcharacCterof prhlI
I suul iIa should o draton the coave took Hra ge tO istChefere r ita, whe aierm n asIna
Ios. in say other th a laly a. Jimly
Spo of hi n lov d Hdcikoode with a lok tolH d Iml r- concr. en 6 em OUT To ra is

9 the h d to gie it oa r No a retr v The it onld a bea.mic qui. (C ) Westi
-I lon eru of omnl ndel~r, a oi or rn tate an b m ti oi e ba d,"e p ha
I -let a my ht esclo ahe epproavieg chmpaie c.eley. orw hi govnmdernt ke thoe rEmplasa
) bosed do the bdan. oanud ratr. o d Rbi chose d ir one
7 my tatouched hart h responded in dunce." The flma lade hgaerr.
SMenttaneme of Ilildlegeme we. instantly covered with HOUSE OF COMMONS, Sept- IL

I criiaen r ai his bride Adies generally tnqu, but .^n l s sme, iack a. T mn a ej
7 lhy re dcholy. A mpe prs of t o ne toii Lord Atrp wi, I a i t asi sa tx iv
I h thet aheir emo eson ptrhiefd; tlhr yus, a e d- o i. en .) It is very n ldom th rira d
I ared eloquently e the heai en t wicc tb heir falling in_ s a a. m aIt mae o e, bIcon utent I did o e

7 I de coem a bM npmu. .. . ss e- them. li e n very litde linme for nreadl
Il dec d, in gvingh though to oihid, "bat which in thedi- sinatt of no bt c, e, the ci ,t

M pled from her lo. At lngh t cae,-ns o vat scandelor obrvattach tlionn I hote I shof d
- luodlv iub. hs, of Ciloac of deed od hero" ouge, da(C,.e Aml-TO- L Mr,ITHlNKi, .-.
2 br.po of hi love, i d HI.lofode wit. a look told him,bo 1 ua le c) A to us me T
9 a t he mone olt he hi doubt o a sMitabl return. Thed Ti pt AT "A (-.'-, '" tem I -- -e'.F.M s
ii ieven owd eternal fidelity, and Rolend obtained her LY rate AlD o uM3UTCfD. (Che9N.) We, Via
- ,coos, th, at the o inea of s e approach camp heign a mien, tsak our tuctio ir thed bc ot. e f sa pao b, I

- da tr i nwrld he sbou l lo o th Rinesh d ourselves forward to nao nalr ta k n the ri chrelat s.n
6 dthe hppy elantdol. Aof smpleous peur the hwld s lic onur I do nt thick that rskon. uy i
Sal that their emotion permitted; their eyes, however, de- l e U a ,
U d ed eloquently the sentiments wi li tieir faltering plain. (C it-.en.) It is very Gldont that IU am
7 Olae cdlht u cvalier appeaende. e cka ehat are made on ru, because I did ar ilu

S I h lpl th rioty of aym en until the follow. t ,. I e now very little nie for r odimn
I eluded omanner. She thought of nothing hut the news 01- ritle indeed, that I em not aw wlatio Ica.

N p.ted fro her loer At lent t camws n of tacked in themor not; but i d
- bloody combats, of perilous action, of deeda of heroic should come under my obeervtio I hope I shi a
4- bravery,rand, twho hd followed Chways eallted above ill thm e i

GI othr, the eneal subject f i erploi beeau, H sld onadt idu e to ater my opinion. At to pa
1 of tme nhtmenu on de Rhine. Molth however, psed i- scot to e Jurestral f hepd frbem ri, thee po i a

SI awer, nd e long ear oh aby ncey rom himd h glory. aidue adlc hen. (her p ers.) Id by he flicr ft er a l
- cul piercld by moral wounds." ie; aondi cnished it recruiinug deptoente ; by wh muo the Rom f is I
- te k,hay intelligt ene o h io peace, which wold o m into public notice, nd having t heir of issmali
8 heve relied her op returd he earl. Abprbed by t io; effective mnea hu never bpn ble lto tpke 6shiM l*m
I5 Oe night a c lier c appear d at the castle gaute, nd rine h public e10fo0 i. oo O, In l irt ple, it
17 I t ,rsted the hoslitai. tAr ef aymond unti the ollwi d.g ca "iNCuy 're iota PUBLIC COnU Is th hvIm rrIni
9 produtved to, be. e of oluini o upanir ing arms, TICor N m a eT hh crrl c sulsroo. r In I
- a brave arriot, who had followed toer;n gn i od to h teth

61 iamn elpdiion. Aie atled and nctons, Hile godr e tco- wor lchalctero ire i.eltlRdebchesi, le. o-Th I
3 length ventuned to sp, hek ul ooknd. ihe veil. h!" baid the coniu iona, r. not onfreb e ,i n ly. o i alidia r e
Il f 4 he dicer e being aimed to her fam ily covered ih glory, er evir hprcien of i promitely. he recrui.n cmrie

1I probation wa ,borteed, and three months had tarcely ude ad pcli f "onernynti.; ad, bceonffir coctenl
17 hut pierced by mortal wounds." Hildegoaide ceased tIo recruiting depsrment; by whieh mass the enia I

- Speak, shbe Icold lnt ieven ed n er vowhi A fas l ought to be c blthe, d up to thed with o co0 SUI
- pcipiie roneved her opp b heort. Asry d by th upon efwo fee mey. heo never on whom dto ole the tai df
i)dev oght ot her s., she atood as immovable ad inanimate than tooeomor toioo.m In he ait place, itm a mI

R as led suddenly mAfte eight dears npe t the mt ed. that every rofrut i regarded a l lth th he I a'
y profond grie, sto thoo thll ode roui o quttinr a world frien fom the e momet that he quit t the hn. e uc i
he which o ek her,ntind nothing ofs, by ie n to her to dcostsed n.i to revi i ehi. re olf aves for m. himk rm
1ds the Mtaro. Der whds hr resuced hes senh d cohe signed to the groc e. For thin aseens, in the wI.I

1 fein eraid fro t kfof bnctio, which hed gheo ron- r chi peters nra selected-debr, he eph, an
8i vent of Noneort t h nd there took the aeil. The bihopnwith paroin. sod, sue sn req inferior ,t theo dni SI

id frlee, who ioed being allied to her ir the term of her evd erye tpne. iwer mrefuity. luo nm thr ruis a
id p batin was horteldh He d now er t wkh grief c ofely the sak iad he dgovemed who lad. od ons rot
9oi d bee she idd pr.nhHunc d her vows. A fad ought to ie chlthe. d feurn ished rith a mi *
- pedcipitaion! wich brought miery and death pun two money. The officers en whom devolves he tasklfi

de v ed lo eri them wod o mining their c dibr ion adehs i. -c ]d
Roland suddenly made his appearance at the cstle of with tbe Officer. charged to wscort them to the afiW

R.aynd, to wirhich Il eigoo hod or ever bde d, men u. I treqe of ly happens, an, such errsoi no
ng heren by their respective corps; so that, infart. *the4

he. hulu ti ee of RestledBk, pd ulf rck hih over- Ito memas in ti report che rh hs of thr ripmy, E.
the altar. Daes wudes hed reaucod his strength, and he on the occasion of mm imepeetion. a regiment is fsid

'-h looked te cfrom of Nolenwoth, hicd whgiven rimed ug the prheirs k t at e d e ho les py sic a
d h herepoi oo hi fca He o I mhir ach mde cy in point of inmbes at rehornd hin to dalyth. He noorat with grief of, withe k d he deemed who figured th

is hey riodim dupale tides e wich Hi ldegodt bd ferned, Fd OR Nm ALm E-- A thre O If

by biagished o her days. A lite moid of the Ida-hell Bilh of Lading,
id, h re, nd r frm him or eer. Tto hre nr eti. voie of e choir Billh of t E acice ll
iend feqeily hie wih glbt y he ld dinae tb oU Ii il- Billt the gral-ichie i, d e
m od: r d, weing trd eveieg av r hd dimirhi nd tig- Msnifee of Cr dao ,
lier eat Mi rui d du Ite hour of repes cu ae hand, if Blank Fora for ta he Ctoom Hole,
ry- be codud ame of Re aedcL, pa a m roce hicght oser- giL. ia heir reports a the eds of ,

'h tlmoked tu cwenvl thet o ree h in d wkichn he d ftir bthal Getnerl Cort Wriae,
l his hertage. of eesiag their dellcleary is point of number'
Hem hR e "ewhlto daysat thelodo or his CeN, ith i

Shim s eye rilve l upof bia deIr Hrego ihl, ho ildeton FOR SACt Ex A thbutis,
hyt lchead w r day.eor the power of he matil. Two Infri Co L Wdig ,
ie. hber, pand. liteig toliry ad ngelvoice of cu choi, Bills of Sha for Vsel,
ad heady cg hiehglmmg. Om diutigri, Is he voice Mof lip- (il h to S.)
uy -aeisgd, whea t e d r, hve i por ld rdigen gne Ign WMranifets of Cargoey Cosud

-m Is e tppoientd for the tehouro r pme of tha sdrif Ank Forny' Wrrents,
he could discover goiomrsimg of sao light frun Louses and Relsaces,

t toef od. whr all tre wasp in dare I, hl ilt tat fr Grration BondWris,

- Hilego.dl. Hie wired, ua med hbe frasl fretd. For Pom of Attornr,
hti the art die boe dofis a Hildc t ho h who mb i Ger ApplCourt E ecutiors,
otf wMtcho de ayd for tha r Mo rin g nation. Two Inf erir CMiiti W rints,
c. ye pased e, theb hiliary n agUd a occupation. il of Sale Pi Wrran s.l
a, bad l uied r One saed r, amid wed ma ilh op ot Peoli Summihons,
y. watching di berr ot peroe dillogia a grave in W warrants o Attorney to C

Mad rti ap ithd of te d or 6 o lo Ie l rp f u a ait Atorn WarTi nts,
" Iof d; AI, arcon ole wipd rief, h the d it wha, ar Obitration Bonds,. .
SHioada He iHqafru, ai baned the funt Irish. For Powers of Attorney,
by, h first tim he deemed so 6 lahy lshoaiwa, Which Apprentice Indeonturs,

of; he foud, d herly aerds, t derin hi m e a he door N. y .-hob WPriing'd whhne
ch- wpraeence whilst ho haen wa it@@aod by hielings earth- Police Warraets,
of lY. He machd a the Is ad rift, thre 6 oet open Police Sumaonss,
Co. maie o ho alarly beloved, joined ho aide asp- Sbpn Writs,
ad ratica with"in of the non for h etorual Mpg of Sublptcr Tickets,
. ha as;il; ht, vrcmm with grief, hretimaud hbe, and Obligation Bond., d&c. &r. hr.
a; wa bead, datatlY afterwards, in his Sou seat at the door N. 3.-Job Printing eaecuaiaid with orwatin
ore of his rell, ith his eyes fixed upon the rleiser, hit fixed patch, upon good paper, and on imiodrate lerl
in drath. lie waJ allo-cd to be buried in thl ante place, January 4, 1N12.

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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^'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 and UM„.,tly. The *m\\ nund,-r of our 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| 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 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;/' 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^^ 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/"'''*'*'''"' ""^ -"^*-''-'' *' • 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 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 *' !


ti r m ^a :I1 X 111 f I 1 l i J "4 *<.. i'.,r :,^^ ^-^--.i— — -/'^ "* *^ exiid a good dal of b* •^^ijrwf jrt if tM public I— ^ ** Wfcl I W hkgdow or Itsly iMfMto tott<^, the Poniiftcal r." '"* "^ '-"?***<• 8t rVMmM to ttM amount of alxiiii ^* 1?L'* "^ mWMM of (nac9. ^^ V I*** •*Ji<4cl (jovofVfMiii ha not paai the d^-bti of the *5f ,. *i **Sfj' ** ^ b*ilei oo loonka and rcliMiuuii OOfUMall the Hut rmremiefl, aod haa contracted durinir 10 ynnof prorouiMl petce a |t of i4.(>00,000 of rruwnn =^J ^,^.J-...-^1 .J" L. i IL„. pbced at the hw, and pleaded "* not guilty*' to four f*i uffkio infbriiiatiiins fibd agaiMt him, for tibeU u)>on tth* TEE AE3TrS. The brig J.i,o, Captain Rt'SseiTlVoiTL^^^T^ ved heri, on Monday, Hnd o l.avo I,oa ,K>litel/ favoured with a paper fron, there to iU.' mU November, from which W* have ..mde xircia. The Lively, Captain Bartiett. •rmed thin morning, from Savannah, brinfjing papel. (urn that plro to tK.<>th of January, but i\wy contain no news of im|Krtauco to our n>adera. OKNKRAL iOVHrr Yotrday, iIkj General Court met for the Hilary Term •d at 10 o'clock, tlH, Ju^lg.., bavin,? taken tlieir .eati upon the Bench. tl*e boameaa of i\m term conmwnc ed with lb** fwual forinf. Tf (Jrand Jury havinj; |>,.en .worn, tlie following bilU of utda-tment were jjiven out to liu-ui. TM King I •• > Murder. Oerg! J^tinMm Bootk j TIm King I „ '*• } Manslaig*>ter. ioha Bratton, a 8iaTe ) The King \ % vs. I MiailenMianor — beating a Jamo^ Mc!Vau|;hton j ^'•^*'Tlw King rt. Tlie Hun. K. JJandihind TW King Vi. William Burke Nicoll The Kioj^ rt. 8a me The King J I I I I Asianit on Major William B. Nkoik A waiilt on the Hon. Robert Handilands. Asaanlt on a Magistrate (C. R. Neabitt. Ksq.) in tlio execution of hia duty. Atnult on Joshua Miskk. Larce ny. firand Larceny. Awault on Jaiuoa Malcolm. Assault. RolMsrt Smith The King rt. CtMTlaa Neisoa The King w. CallMrine Eve Tlie King rs. William E. Saunders The King 9t. Titomas (!onyerc Tlie Attorney General informed the Court, that he had prejarod six ex officio informations against certain indiiridjab,for liUeU on His Excellency tlie (iovernor— nannf*y: two against Francii Montague Monlell, Robert Tayk>r iNiry Grf^en^^do, Jolm WiUigoos, Jolm Saunders, George' Campbell AndersiHi, Geor|^ Philips Wood, Conrad nnco^,Jahn Gray Meadows. Enquires, and Mr. ficorgo ll; and four so^Kirate ones against tlo last named permm I which he pra>ed leave to file, and tlwt the reauiwte prftc*ss might be issn>d against tliem. After the Cirand Jury had retired with the bills of indictment, Mr. Anderson, Seing the only one of the parties Ihen .n court, was arraigned upon tlK> two information. •gainst h.m. and having pleaded not guilty, traversed hU trial, uaia April next, giving security uiK>n each of the informations, on hia own recognisance, in £200, and two sureii,^ ,n £100 each, to appear and take his trial, and in the interim, to keep the peace. About two o'ckKk, theGraad Jury returned into Court when the foreman delivered tlie following bilU. The King \ n ,7' > Murder—no bill. weorge Johnson Bootlc ) The King \ > Larceny—true bill. Governor. Tlie deAiodaat demanded a traverse to the Atjril terai. stating that hia reunael being al>ent from tlie Island. Ik was, runsequenriy, unpreparotl to stand his trial during the present term — lo which the Airuruey General objectetl, inuHmuch as it was an indulgciicc entirely at hi^ option to grant, and bo was determined to bring tlie defendant to trial ase.irly as possible. His Honour tlie Chief Justice Haid, that he was not prepared to difcide ujK>n this point, but Olio case of the &> trial at the [rosent term, himself in tlie sum of £200, and two sureties in the sum of £l(X) each. The Provost Marsluil then informed tlie Attorney Gts neral, that he had Mr. John G. Meadows in custmly, who, with Mr. George Biggs, was placed at the bar and pleaded not guilty," to two other infonnations for libel upon the (Governor of Uiis colony. The Attorney General consenting, tlie defendants traversed the suits to the next term. They were then bound over to appear at that time, to take tlieir tiials, and, in the mean time, to keep tlie peace themselves, in the sum of £2fK) each, and their sureties in £100 each, upon each information. We understand, the foreman of the Grand Jury came into Court this afternoon, and reported the following : The King \ , ^ *"' ? Manslaughter— true bill. John Bratton, a Slave, j The King rs. Tlie Hon. i:. Sandiland The King ^ bill. loured voter mutt posaoss to hmtdr!^ have resided twelve calendar monthsioS^iMi he would vote ; that lie must be born a BriSf now, Mr. Editor, a man not worth a ^^"Sl back, be possessed of two humlmd i!^#l of Africa was barm in New ProvideTZ^*^* who arrived a fen, wrrh ago, has resiS^S JM this town — if a resident in the E *? district tiret in town— if, Mr. Editor tlJ^ in anywise be true— then H'e as-sertionsoriJ?* be tnie ; otherwine, thoy are wilful misrenr ^' gross falseliomis — wliutcvur aophiUru (f fj*?* isso lamous,) uiight be uswl to bli,d\|J|^'r*^ objectionable vote was fairly tried, ,n,at in the Colonial w* Mo !~had iliey a majority of ten score, ther wST' expelled from the house, with every mark of d*' vs. William Burke Nicolls The King r$. Same (Assault on Major Willi B. Nicoll— no bill. } Assault on the H Sandilands — no iAs! R.r cuti Assault on a Magistrate (C. I Nesbiti, Esc J. ) i n t he execution of his duty — no bill. At the opening of the Court this day, tho Editor of this paper was conducted to tlie bar, to plead to four ex ofcio itiformatioHs, filed against him by the Altormy General, for several libekagainst tlie Governor of this colony, contained in Uie following numbers, namely :— two, In number 35, IGth November, lasi, contained in an article headed Cnoentlemanlv Retention," and a letter under the signatute ot Civia," to the Editors of tlie Jamaica Courant, and copied from that paper ; one, in numx..r 2S, 22d Ociolier, contained in the conclusion and postcript of a letter to the Editor, signed TLMON*' ; two, in numbcT afi, 1 9tli Novetnby. contained in part of the fourth and filth paragraphs of CIRCULAR" ; one, in number 27, lf)Ui October, in tlie fifth paragraph of a letter signed TIMON"; one in number 44, 17th PSffmhrr i | > the fifth paragraph of an article iK^idTT "AN HO.NEMTM.VN'ii THE NOBLEST WORK OF GOD." The F^litor will not make ilie slightest appeal to the Jurors of this Island, with a view to warp their judgment, or influence their verdict : be feels that lie shouW, bv doing so not only employ his time uselessly, but do them die greatest' injustice— for he feels confident, he shall receive, at tlieir hands, whenever the sulu may come to trial, tl most ampie lustice. Grateful for tl very liberal support he has received, s.nce he became an inhabitant of this town no exertion, d.all be wanung on his p.rt, humble though they be, to forward tho best interests of the Colony and I even rF.asEciTioN is welconns in the cause of liberty and i the people. ut to return to the card. Does Firebrand raeaBTil a jealous, intolerant, and ovor l>earing nrfv. J I thank thet for tlie word," Firebrand : (Hir'iJi.L, jealousy— jealous of the rights and privijlejjf^ low-men — jealous of tyranny— jealous to att^tZL malice, and revenge, us'urp tho place of impartiSMJ mercy, and justice ; while Firebrand and hi* 01*^1 jealous only of the loates and Jiskes IniSw* he : were we so. we would, ore this, have ^i men what we think of tlieni ; but, on the comnrt L we have long felt the effects of misrule and pofiT trigue, yet we still patiently await the result of b, equitable proceedings. Overlwaring are we Wa,so. those four candidates would have justly bmi ^1 give vent to so gross a slander on tlie com'munity. Does this card writer mean to say, that wearwesNi the poll, or deterred them from it I* If l,e dow,lrti(, him, assertion and proof are vastly different ; km J does confidently aasert many things, which I, is t9^\ Iv, defy hirn |o prove. The leaders of our Mrtr W^^ pares to the loads of the Nile," a \ory bon^ J parison ; for, althouL'li tlioy ajrpear mihldy forite,J they will Jinalfj^ f*e nc Ji f tllt^r anintry, as the ni^ that noble i iver serves only to fertilize tlw toil. TVai impetuous, says he ; but this very impetuosity, libaii the Nile's slnvinis, bears away before it, plagi,pi^[ famine, and all tlie varied ills, which would othenHvbi| the country. Not so a Firehramf,—hnwcvfr kr^ftl lamhrnt tlame may be, that plays anxmd it. itii|dJ nothing but mischief, and will eventually cvnmmthi I am, Mr. Editor, Your obedient, humble imw, F.4BH\ JProm the Lirerpoot Courier, Nt KlfTS AT LYONS. I hr Vau* papers o( Thurvlay and Fridav git ^nie deplorable disorder whirh h;d orrurrf-.! it |.m -Oth and idlfct instant. scene* of not nrfhbl l ri. Catharine Eve The Kinj vs. Janes Mc.Naughton The King Turk. IsUndsSalt was selling at New York, on the Z4th ultu>o, for 62 cents. )M isdemeanor — boating Slave — no bill. „ ^. I Assault— inie bill. Robert Smith j Mr. Smith having been arraigned, coofesse^l the indictent, •<* threw hinnjelf on tlie mercy of the Court, when fine nf £S was inflicted on him. Mr. Bootle liaving been brought up in custody of tlie Prv,t Mai shal, WM discharged by proclamation. Tlie Court met this day, and Mr. Gror^^e Bigg,, being in attendance, in the cusioily of the Irovost Marshal was NAaAU, January 12th, 1832. To the Editor of the Bahama Aran,, I*1R. hDiToa,— I observed last nirht in the Rnval fa. card fro,D ih,. f„„r uowonhv cndida.e,. w1h> wertwHict! ed ., ,|K> ,„,„„. They .bank .hvir .rl„d? ,t u„.u„c„l elecu., particularly Ihc roUir.,! ,oL,; f„ "'r wpport ; and why d.. ,hcy I Truly ba„,^l,e^; .ThTrr '" "^"'^ "" *'™^™/"^y of ,l,oir p., "la, ^ V ruil^ ^'' "^ "'" '""P''"' "•'""'" •"•1 now „ V.*, under ,,^,„u. pretence., and fal*. .lieratio,,, ,„ conceaMta. ,r,„a. Tl a,^pr..,on..„„n, of L^ f 'u't I Will try to expose. j i irebrand and his three friends ax-serf iluif ' c..,-. i d in,^.,rt,.i. ™„ ,r„....„,-. ,.. ,„„•„ '^ J^-| law. Uf this, Mr. u,,„r, ,„„ „„d ,^ ^^ ij whco you Ul> at .bat !.., .vi.ich d.^riy\J^J'l^^'^ orjin.iled in tliediHtrpss ol the wi.rkmrn empro^n!.^I manuhctures of that city, and had no p>litir;ii l>jfrt. > tcrmudable and alarming character •leprndrd ou thf si^ MiHnplme, and arms of the murm*^rs. Afiw plsfc|'' Home duturhanceH on thi* toth, th'v drtrendH m if* from the higher town, to the amount' of lO.OOO vt \iM^ I 'nustof them armed with mu.kefs. andmanv of ihmfm j the uniform of the National (;uard. The numbf •^f" I •'"'" in fhegarriHon was inade<|ti;ite tu quell ourb tmH, I he National Guard of the higher clause* m< culW*' dMpT^e the rioferM. but the latter, so far from yieWnti" .summons of the authorities to retire to their hoiwt H upon the guanl. Several diM-hargrs took place Ml**' and occasioned grrat slaughter. The riotous vs***" into thehouir, and fire. I on the National fJiiard is^"^* the line from the mindows. The Prefect and ike Ci '" kl!!I!i"^"** of the (iarrison, wishing to stopihe*!^ blood, proceciled among a crowd of the rioters. H fh <^ of some of their number, and were tjiken pri< ^ general officer serc.nd in command threafene ^ were rriumphant, and the cifil and laiUiary aiitborirs W the City to await or.Jers and reinft.rf rments. 5*ix h"X^^ •oos were said to have alreadv lost their lives. Mar^h*: J*(MlaiMter of War,) and the J^uke of Orleinv h*^ ' Pnws for I.vons, and troops were prorerdint: t>fw<'*'' rectwn on that city. On the IM, Lyons i^< m rhff^^ possession of the workman, hut perleet order pre^'>'^ ^ A htrrri>f.ive*i 'f^^ \ bodies of iiisur^^enl* ^workniru) have cnic to )>iu ^ix ^ ffents of Lyons from Tarare and Keiine, whca ibe v^ i^ m^urijent^ amoun'.ed to *i,OfW men. A """^"jv n^ and merchants were ma.H^tcred in (heir ho*> streets wore unpavwJ and harruadrd, the wa^i*"'''^ pnsoners by the revolters, all the National Guards fj* arras, and the streets illuminated. Scvtral ci ' *•";, been kdled. The Tn^rn of Lvon^ had the appc.MO^ place besii-gH. fin the lUt in t!ie ev^inc the fwJ^*^ ''inn. Ml lsfrd for three hoiir^ mi the mt.ple : i*^"',^ Moeal (Juards were killed and l.'^l wouiidrd. f^S. iBsurgenUwas/.\a|Kileou II. of the VLtT*^ laM iff t&B Ctfunur.^e lusurgeuts were nuitjef^i>r CHOLERA. ^f have been favoured with the following letter on this J ^^f^.^'mf subject by l>r. Hunter Lane, whose remarks Ajp^ worf^iy of consideration, he having been an eyerjj^^yf (ho luel.incholy scen)s caused by the spread of ^drcalful malady in Sunderland, which town tic was Ujfoed lo visit, proiiipted by a laudable professional /Ainl ttlttt^V 'he character and treuiment of this scourge of Mlitfso l>y actual ob-Mrv.iiiou : 4, j},,!^— .When i lefi Sunderland, on Sunday evenin?, ijjB*'**'^ Asiatic cholera \rere seemingly increasing, a Vv lial bJcn diui.jg the few days immediately preceding. i) i> obstTvance of the strictest code of medical ^J^. The eJficiency of which, I think, might be much iiCfeiftotl by the Liverpool Board of Health gaining all Miiilt3 inf)ruiation of tho proceedings of the Board of liralti) of Sunderland, which has had to sac.-itic*! time in jjin r'ip()v.dof dirticulties and impediments, at a period bn every u'.'iMient was invaluable ; and which ha.s likefiie lad to contend against obstacles that could not by JriJDiii !orelhoui,'ht have beca anticipated, because they ofitjiiiatod ill qiarters whence assistance on^ht more roaWiubly lo have been expected. In subjoining: the official fepor'.s of Saturday and Sunday, it is with a sincere hope jhil we may never see similar melancholy records of our timn having become thoabodo of pestilence. J. Hunter Lank. •• Bold'Sireet, Tuesday mnrningj'* g^t ajtflMnww etttally banishint; tlie Bourbons from France, hut •shwliMabolishing henMlitaiy (leerage has not yet been Fofosed to the I 'jiper Chamlier. To secure its adoption. iw has been a large creation of new Peers ; hut at tliis *esHra lilierals have taken o.Tencc. and thus Paris is •|iu in commotion. Cusimir Purier has firmness; but lw|Mtli is dilTuull. like that oi all who aiicmpl to keep in middle line between extreme parties. In anoilier column will be found an account of the dcHsrable scenes of rict and blcHidshed which have taken fwte at Lyons, These disturb,nres af)|)ear to have ori|ii-tcd with tlie silk-weavers, res|>ecting tlierate of wages, *l are not at all connected with politics. M. Casimir Pwirr, in b-ininng tho subject before the Chamber of K, had spoken in so firm and o|H?n a manner that Sing;ultT Ornament among the JnttiintJi Their female** have a ^tiugutar method ol ornamenting themselves. Thev bore a hole through the under lip. as low down towards the chin as possible, and slick several long thorns m ilie aperture, with the points projecting oulwanls. Observing that several of the tribe had decorated their lijw with common pins, I gave one of the squaws a few that I happened to have in mv possession. Hlie imi;nedintcly called tu her a girl of aluiut twelve years old, (apparently lier daughter,) who had not as yet been distinguished by this ornament : piercfi her lip. with equal indidefence and dexterity, with a sharp instrument made of an alligator's tfMjth, and placed the pias in the oritice. The poor girl bore this operation with great patience ; and appeared to b" perfectly consoled, by the possession of her newIv acquired ornament, for the pain it must have given her. VamjKtiirm and Crw/te.t hi Venezuela. 07* JSprry person abmtt to have these Islands, after having resided therein fur the space o/thirty davs, must ^ive security at the Secretary's OJire, or put up hisname in said Office for fWTYLZS Ua\s previous to hisdeparture after which, at any tiinc diurxng forty-fivk UAkS, a Ticket may be obtained. NAMES OF PERSONS ABOPT TO OMTAin TICKETS rOR Dr.PAaTl'K. • A|)hey Wells. Cant. 8. Ridd. Felix i'asimir Ruby Robert Wier. • Thomas Turnbull. Elizabeth Harry. To-marrou^, Thurstlatf, the 19#l instttnt^ AT TUr. VKNIKE nOUMK, At !• O'ekMk, A. M. Will be sold The ('argo of Sloop Lively, from Savannah. 10 tierces I , 4<)hlf.lcs. ) ^'** 4<)' boxes Candles, 3 Clieeso, Tenns immediate CASH. January 18th. BY HENRY (iREENSLADE At CO. l&th Novenil>er 10th December 3lit iSih 17ih 18th CLEARED. Sloop Bob, Clarke, Brij: Richard, Lardman, Schr. Pomona. Miller. Mobile On Monday next, the ZU instaai^ AT THK VKNUIK HOI'SE, At la o*€ikeit as. Will te sokl The following pn>perty. vi, A House and Lot. aiiimto in ("uloa^r Stiet. The lot is inclosod by a siibxiantial Stoae Wall ; the out buildings are in good condition. ALHO-^ One otlier Lot, on the corner of Bay and Devaua's Street, adjoining tlie Lot occupied by Mr. Alexander Finlayson. AND^ Another Lot, situate at the lie'ad of Uioa Street, os which there is a Stone Quarry. LIKE mSE-^ A tract of Land on Hot; Uland, containing about 50 acres, well known by the name of the Ship-yard. Terms, thrte WMniks' Credit, on gwing $ecHr%tf, January 14tli. BY HENRY GREENSLADE A CO. On Momlay next, the 23d inst^tt, AT THE VENDUE AOVaB, At la o'criMk. as. Will be soM A tract of Land, situate on Grand BahaM, 220 acres. Furtlier paiticulars will b iBMit k*vn at the sale. January 14tlu R. McKEE, Dentist and OccuUst. has arrived k Nassau, and will attend to the fleoermi practice of bis profession. He can cure every case of caries in the teeth, unh>ss the disease bar progressed so far as to destroy tlieir vitality ; and for those wlw have had the minted to the King, expressive of attachment to his "jwty's cause. ffMi<,._It }, „3,cd that the Emperor Nicholas has *wn some coolness towards the French ambassador, on •pjwm ot his having absented himself from the solemnitv "I Republic thanksgiving for the fall of Warsaw. Was Biitish ambassador premt ? If so, we may well blush Jhe representative of our country, that he was outdone •iwjt sentiment by the Frenchman. The barbarities of w authorities in Warsaw and other parts of Po•^•ofRnentlyshou that no gcnerons feeling has any J HI the Russian Cabinet, and that it has not even prii•'• enough to disarm by kindness. Thus it lavs np ^' for future and more successful revol. Tho brave 7f=l Chlopirki has been sentenced to Iberia, to be lojrl upon the public works. ^^rp/' 0/ SWom.— Every reader has heard of the apples of ;. a |wcies of truit which, rxirpmely beautiful to the k^ \ J'""' '" '^*' '""''' •""' ^"" '•'" '*"stTacitns, in the irn%\ t '" **'" *''*^"^^"""'l^* 'o this singular fact ; but. as ^4^" 'J''>'"='C ••" brief and ambienons, that no light ran •'fc'Jni!! "' ^'" '''""'''P''""' ^f^f' *' inffni'i r^ hit in rirtrrt < •<. Some tr;o||ers, unahlr to diHcovrr this singiil.,f ^ 'on. h ire consif1#-rt;d it merely as a figure of speecli •^"w -j^'*^"' "'•'uie of all vicicus enjoyments. Ilas^nnuJ^i '' ^^ '^"" I'""''" f'"" "f a n>ing Island, to h>actknt tK.. i' "' consif1#-ri;d it merclv as a figure of speech, de•ik,,,^, *^'"'*^"' natuie of all vicicus enjoyments. ^i-'''?"*' ^'"^"" 1'""''"^'"" "f a small phiut .„,..,. ,. , ... ,, ^iXV^J""^'^' a species of nighi^hade, which is to be I should command the attention of all travellerTi m a warm ^o'lndinrtv in the neighboiirhood of Jericho. '" '" le M .tr'' He ad| climate. somrtiriifN lull of dust ; but this, he' June 16th. FOR Ai.R The Hotie hikI Pn-niiwH ai preent occupied by Mrs. Poiiier. 'Fhe House ia rooaay and cimvenient, witha ktrge Kitrlu-nHnd wash house affacJH (I, rhair house and stabling for three liors*s, \t. ALSO A Irart f>f Land siteaird at tlie Vilbieet coiilaining SJV) acres. It is divided by the village-road into two Lots, the western lot lieing inter'Cted h\ the rww road leadinif fnm the vilhieri' into the BIim^ liiil road. This land will be dis-* of in one or thre** hits. Apfdv In JOHN W. MILLER, September 17th. I ill •*** si ^m i\ I 1 I •.f |. 1


i: .!<; ii^: .'St\ ^51 f••Ct. '!.;< >i*j '•s ;'* *'-^ tij FOR THE rr-AR OK OiTR LORD \K12. ^ ^^B nll^B^KHB^B HM^ Baf^-iw— ly-^-^M^^-.., ^>-,_ r H (Miy. 8 9 15 W rbfuary.... — — 5 6 18 IS 19 iff) 26 27 i to ir Si 7 14 21 2H 4 11 m 1 8 15 22 2!) r i I ! March — — — April Mnv 4 11 18 25 1 K 15 22 2> J** T July.. •••••••••• 6 18 21) 27 June — 8 10 17 24 1 H fN 15 2)tf *• IW AuglMt^M.^. 19 m ^•iHerober..— 2 16 23 5 12 19 2f 2 1) 16 .M) 7 14 21 2H 4 11 18 25" 2 l 16 Al tM> % 18 2<) 27 3 10 17 24 6 13 2U 27 3 10 17 9i 1 8 15 22 29 5 12 19 26 3 K) 17 24 81 7 14 21 28 4 11 18 2.S 7 14 21 28 4 11 18 25 2 9 16 2.1 30 6 1.1 20 i?7 4 H 18 2.3 1 8 15 22 29 5 12 19 26 5 ijr 19 26 2 9 16 2-4 1 8 w 5 12 19 26 3 10 17 24 31 7 14 21 ,' 12 19 HO 9 9 16 23 80 6 13 20 27 6 13 20 27 3 10 17 21 2 9 16 23 mt 6 13 20 27 4 11 18 2.5 1 8 15 22 29 6 13 20 27 8 10 17 24 31 7 14 21 28 Ocioberw...,— 7 14 21 28 4 U 18 85 8 9 16 ^ ~ — — — — 11 Dvcemkwr. m •r 1 8 15 22 29 5 12 19 an 8 10 17 24 81 2 9 16 23 30 6 13 20 27 4 11 18 25 3 10 17 24 31 7 14 21 28 5 12 19 26 4 11 18 25 1 K 15 22 29 6 13 20 27 5 12 19 26 2 9 16 2^1 30 7 14 21 28 TRADITION OF ROLANDStCK. ON THK BHINE. Rolnml^k m, m iiMlf, ^.i^ary ruin, but U comiMmJ, properi, of mo.! ddicioaronfv, roiiMntic anH mciur•1M1.H. iM^yund .iecription. Tm rock uf>,Hi which it uds •jr^Hook, .H.. |.nd of Roh.nd.wert. which is in ib middk* of thr Rhine. Th rrmains of ihif ruin on tine lidc of th^ river if in the rood prmrrT.tin but, on thr .^pmitr .kV, it i, cJecavH w Tlie next liny be yrvpuwd lo (h^rt i he Ibll a diHiculiy ^ M nuikin^ known hi oaiiie, Us*tthey slioukl deem it m> c*-imHry to |Miy hiui thiit bumage which m Mttne m iuslly eeletiratcti every wt^re received. Old RaymoMi, his I IxMt. wn traonpofiiHl beyowl meiMure lit having enter. rained the hero of chivalry within his walU, and piesscd hint to pnsMaiiollit-r day iu his ralk% which he coiiM.'nted to do. The prudent Uildceonde said not a word, hut it was euty to see this airangcKfnt was not displeasing lo Iter. Rttbnd remained many days. His passion for llildeS:on4J inrreiiMxl so as to overconie all his timidity, and he wt\y wailed for a pro()er oj>poftunity to decUre himself. This occasion soon offered. Walking one day in the i^rounds, lie found llildegonde sitting on a bank, tier liands joined as if in jirayer. Roland approuchcd li*?r, and was studying how Iw; Khould couiinence the couveisation, wlien llildegonde, plucking rose fron* its brAich, Roland requested Ikt to give it lo him, saying, No symbol of reiiienib(>rance of any lair daine has hitherto decorated the phinios of my helmet, and, when other cavaliers have boasted of the charms and virtut?s of their chosen fair ones, njy unto4icled lurari lias rvs^wnded in silence." The couHtenanro of Uiidcgonde was instantly covered with crimson ; Uto was surfwised, and taken off her guard : a nmveniont of lier hainl seen>cd to imiirate a wisli to give him iIkj rose, yet a modest circumspection seemed to make tier waver. But the eyes ot' Roland entreated; their sileiK was so expressive, that slie acceded to the first impulse, and, in giving the rose to him, said, ** That which is beautiful is slM>rt of duration." Roland took courage, Hfjoke of his love, and llildegonde with a look told him,* that lie need not be in doubt of a suitable return. The lovers vowed eternal fidelity, and Roland obtained her consent, that, at tlie close of tlie approaching campaign against the infidels, lie should return to tlie Rhine, and tlaim her ..s his bride. Adieus are generally tranipjil, but they are melancholy. A simple pnss,ure of ilic hand was all that llieir emotion |)efmilted ; their eves, however declared eloquently the sentiments which their falulrine toneues could not express. llildegonde |>assed the period of absence in the most secluded manner. .She thought of nothing but the news expectel trom lier hiver. At length it came,— news of bloose ; and it fii.i.lied with the happy mtelligence of a glorious peace, which would enable our hero to return covered with laurels. 0, a cavalier apiK-ared at the castle gates, and requested tlie hospitality of Raymond until the followin.. day. It proved to beone of Roland's companions in arms" -bravo warrioi, wIk> had followed Charlemagne in this 1 fiiniou. ex|dM,on. Agitated and restless, Hildegonde at' length ventured to speak of Roland. •• Alas '"said tlw stranger, I w him fall by my side, covered whh glory hut pierced by mortal wounds." llildegonde ceaL ul peak, she co.ild not even shed tears, which would so much have r>lH..^l fn^r oppr.od heart. Absorbed by 7^Z^ .h...ght o lK.r loss, she stood as immoveabh, and inanin^uas a marble statue. A.ter eight days sjn^nt in the Zst profound grief. sIh. took the resolution of quitting a ZZ which now contained nothing of interest to her • a, d having obtained k-r father's sanction, slie entered tbi convent ol Nonenworth. and there took iIkveil. The bishoi, of the diocese being allied to her familv. the term „ f t r t probation was sliortened, and three montl had scarcely 89 ela,H,^ before slie had pronounce 3 10 17 24 31 7 14 21 2S 5 12 19 2(i 2 9 16 2;J 30 7 14 21 28 4 11 18 25 1 8 15 22 29 aikd near to her whoaloue io the wmrS l? insensible to glory. ^ way storry, it would have been quite a different caL & are correctly statef, '^ the dissemination of immorality, and the ciicuJaTK J*' vate scandal, or attacks u^mn the character, of prCtelf duals(Cheers.) As ropuMLirMEN, I tuinic that TIIEY ARE CONCERNED, THE PRE8 oi OMT io ^' i.Y PREE AND UNRESTRICTED. (Cheers.) We ^^ men, take our situation in the face of tlie public' "If* ourselves forward to undertake the regulation' jlf matters ; and, if in the discharge of tlnT office, IT thus voluntarily assume, attacks are made upon ?.? he conduct, 1 do not think that we have any ri^htT''^ plain. (Cheers.) It is very seldom thai I ^.^d ll^ lacks (hat are made on me, because I did not wisJiT tiKtni 1 have now very little time for readi,,. DetsliU — sohttle indeed, that 1 am not aware wMwi U tacked in them or not ; but if I am, and .f those wl" should come under my observation 1 hope I should oS them much. Sure am J however, that my 6.u,g ^ would not induce me to alter my opinion, thattlTZ ought not to be restrained from censuring the pMtr duct of public men. (Cheers.) I admit that piiv^J yiduals ought to be protected by the law, from bt.mH^ eed into public notice, and having their chararierj u^ in a newspaper ; but the prominent position irAirUar sw tn public afairs, ought, I think, to PSEvm^, COMPl.AININr.lP Ol R PUBLIC CONDU.'TIS VISITED WfTin^ TICI8M8, AND VERY SEVERE CRITICISMi .TOO. (Tbii Lord sat down amidst loud cheerings.) Frr^wM^nt Practice in the Russian .4rm.— The Xmi Service Journal lor September gives a curious accoosltf* Iraudsand chicanery practised by ihe offii rrs roncerosisi recruuiiiK department ; by which means the Russl.. im instead of hemg kept up lo (he number of MO.MIorMM effective men. has never been ablto take theAcMviiw than 100,000 or liO.OiKl. |n the firsi place, it >i.vbea ed, that every recruit is regarded as lost lo hts &h : Iriends from the moment that he quits (he homf hklki Uestmed never to revisit ; his relatives mo.irn for hun mkm con.ijjneil to (he grave. For this reason, in the tllm ii worst characters are selected— ed nunif>er oJ men, the physican, wkma perience m such maitera im not inferior to thai ol h:ro*i}w n (hr (raffic. nevrr refuses (o furnish the re . . .nrf o,rrir..w„ w,.h „, .| b,, „,,!. Schi J U. „.. 1 ' hJ "^i""''^ '' ff"-" hi", for ever. Th he i.idiHHoluble ties whirU Hirr ""•',•"'"'" 7"" g^'t'I ol "' '^e "'ck and the deceased who figured on (he hjt te ^•hich ve.M au^ CrfZ Z "''^^^^eonde had forme n/ia> ,U^^-. er • .. V\hdi rKn ano, .1 ; i.:_r • l. U'i. I L --— ..• villi liliric^ TTABIIT HFWVi-r— • V>hils( the gfoeral-in-chief. in his despalohcs to hi ••• this scenm-y tlw subject of an interetin? ballitii K.> k1 - 1 • — ^.^. j — ..w., uucw on with (]tu.r i "' -1 ^ ^^' ^''' ^'"' ?"* • ^l:*'""^ ^ H,ighbourlH>od of Rolandswert hi: '">'^.^'-'" '^'mini-h the number ol' d..ihs ... h.. ^ tra. bodt th ra-.l. .f D.,„_.._... ^^'^^rx, he wHI as (h.( of his wounded men, the officers c^n^n^H*^ ( tmr i'w*?ti inc convent of iionenworth %nA mW u. t ^n£.K;. durmi, his hermi.,„.. ""^^ *'''Cli lie named 1 a^gerate their Iowk-s both of men and horsrs, for (fee J^-T as diiHJo of tin orif in of thio castlv is rir ""':;• i:*'"^"'"^^^''-'--;7j.;:;;:rr::,: liie loiw and. to hiin. weariMknw* ...r^^^ ..r ^ .. "••••fc^ tlie Uyi^^nA, lo him. weansomo rep,se of pace, wawoM-. •d Irrquently in tlie environs of IngelhiMm. and from thence down to tiK, .h<.res of tl... RhiiK-. Overtaken by noeht m m. of his rambles, at Ohentrance of tindomains of .castle, he ieq,M.ieug|it he could di^ingu.shT. vo e^ ;r H iSlt^.ru!''^\^'**'\'T"'^'^^^ had risen;:nd "i : ae coMW but discover tlie ghmmenng of some lial.t f. 'be convent, wl^^n all the rest was in darkn^ he'f^ T •-C was tl cell of his dear HiCoT,' "^i^^'^ ''' with disgust, rt, he "verI giments, m iheir rpp<.r(! to (be heads of (he army. e4i am*.( ajgerate their lowes both of men and horsrs, for (ti of concealing their deficiency in p<.in( of numfwrs. then 1 — •••" "'^'M •••ucgoooe wr Two :''!ir''.ii'l":?f'^-. "—nine. . ..,, .. „,..,. iw persons diggintr • grave in bread and wine, the symbol of hmpitality, with ajf rtiai I n7 ^"'-l withtbe familv arms of the host ml MiMet'onde presi^nted it with t.t -, n '"^ """• — • -""^' inssirrngth. (. which increased T --r^t i!^ ll:dr;^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^ ^'^''^-^ -'' H^'— oiggme a grave in riea.e,! in evr.ri. l^^hohler. Roland accZed Zl'^] \ ^ i^^^"' T*'"''^'^ ^'*' '^ '*^^'" repose of "li ^^'vL ts fnm, *r hand, and, whs, h* tlnHigh. was Idlr hf* I l^T 1 '^ ^'^^ '"'^'^ whis,,ered him, (ha, it w.. ?„ ^Mnd.,i, and lie blI3 he k new n .i T^ .^^^^ "" '"q'^n^*'. nd h-arne,! ,|„: fa,a ,n.,h "/" What r lid be to him.|f^ Z. Z f„T '^3r' V*/""^ ^" descemlely habita ion wb T which wl^n h.>hlin. tl. scym;tar':t.s:re tit^r Zch^J ^.^ ^^:f,^H^^^ ""t^V^:i;:'tt Yored hamielf.and lie^ran to ,,>e.k lih^Zll of "^*^ '^""*'"' "^ •''• ^**^'* beloved. ,ni... IZ l''!'^ "f^" of the rreat political views of his renowned Tliey retired to rest, but R.dand could not close htt n,^ c ^ i '"'"• i"*-..!. ii; .1:: I" vr^ ,"''':" •'-.•.'"""•'. >-. ^.e-i II I —"^^ t ii,v i,t| ^M(j rue, inrew th<> oa>.k He recothe renins of his dearly beloved, joined Lb a^l, .r, and tations with tUe of t J nuns fo V eternal t?ll*^ -vereign. W soul ; but. overcmi. wi.h grief, ^J ^ l" ra^d .wed to bc buried in tinsame place, FOR HAL. K— At tliiM oiiicf. Hills of Lading, Hills of Exchange, Rills of Sale, Manifests of Cargoes, Blank Forms for the Custom Hotise, Lease?, and Releases, General Court Writs, General Court F.xecutions, Inferior Court Writs, Bills of Sale for Vessels, Mortuagts (with bonds,) Warrants of Attorney to Confess J udgmeot, Attorney's Warrants, Arbitration Bonds, Powers of Attorney, Appr?ntice Indentures, Militia Warrants, Police Warrants, Police Summonses, ^ Subpcrna Writs, Subper of slaves, the property of A *"^*iml which were ship|>ed for thepurp)Mol franif**^ 'mil one state to another for the advantage ofVr'"**'CI were wrecked and cast on the coast of tK i??*^WI If the laws of the I'nitetl States aMow nl^L,^ ^2] in that way. Sir J. C. Smyth had no rigl.ri^J"^ see, to interfere with them, when onsfortSue trJ.'^^'S — m any other than a friendly „,a„oer. I^'^H aum tuLon Iron. *§•<..•>. ._. 'aU ISM 1^ I i^nii m^e BMnein, editor. Tilt BAHAMA yiRGUS. ^tUIHRD SKMI-WeKKLY IN NASSAU, N. F. aifcl PolUf per ananni''— In advance. POETP.T. THK HtM>lI\G-BlKlJ. (rSOM %CIIKRMA:sw'b JUVKNILh-roKOKT-IIK-NOT.) Xmk haaaming-bird — (be bninmiug-bird, So faiiy-like and brijj;lit. It JivfH aiHoag rbe sunny llowert, A creaiure of delight. In the radiant islands of the east. Where Iragrarit spices grow, A (Sousand, t!iouMartd hmuniing-birds Arv giauciog to and fro. ^ Like living fires they flit about, ."Scarce larger than a bee. Among the dusk palmetto leaves. And through (be fan-palm tree. And in the wild aod venlant woods. Where stately inor.w tower— Where hangs from braticbiug (ree to tree The scarlet passion-tlower :>— Where, on th mighty river-haoks, 1^ l*lare or Amazon, V"' ciyinan, like a lorrst-tree, lies basking in the sun— Thre builds her ne*t the bumnring-bird, Witltjii the ancieut wood, HrrwjHt iif silky fioitoo down. And rears bur tiny brood. 8he h ui,'H it to a slender (wig, Whfre WHves it light and Iree. As die caiiip^iiero (roll.s his .'Mings, And rocks the mighty (ree. All crimson is her shining breast, like to the r*Ml, red rose ; ffrr wirii{ 14 (he changeful green and Idue That (lie neck of (be pcMcuck show.t. THoQ hippy, h:ip)iy humming-bird, No winter round thee lours.— Thou oovrf •'m a IcRfleHM tree, Nor lauanel, and thus preserved lieisc'lf from that fate which awaited lier sacrificed and violated dauirhters at the hands of these devilish onslers. The wretches, baving pcrforiutHl their Itellish ortice. attempted losetllic homo on lire lu three places, in wbirli slate they left it, aiid then proccedetl to tluwr followscoundrels at CroixRousm.'. When they were gone, Mrs. Sa.riders emerged from her hiding-place, more dead than ahve, and e.K(iuuisbeems to have lieen agreed upon a consiikirabk* time ago it Lyons. The journeymen placardotl Uiroiigb all parts of the town a scale of wages, with the c*insent of the Prefect, to which the masters were cfijoined to subUarW.tlM. f I ,-. *^'*^*^' '''• 'a"*'f' ''"^'ng no a'lc^nHtivo but submission, Upw^te letter Iroin Lyons, which reache.l London on I consented lo pay the prices required from tliem, but in Ni^.ijlatcsthe following horry occurrence : I their own defence, determined u|on giving emplovMient r. .-launders an Lnglish gentleman, who has lieen only to half the usual omulier of oiK-ruiives that ilie'y bad r t Lyons for the last three years, with his wife employed before. Tiiis was not calculated to allav the •tiy, consisting of three daughters, of tlic ages of ferment, already becom4..forniidable bv what is now d'eenio, nifhteen, ami twenty-two years, and a son of ed tho culpable acquieMenoe of tlic Prefect ; and the workmen again proclaimed tliat they insisted upon the full number of hands U.*ing employed at full prices. The masters loplied that they could not comply, and every thing threateneenof Lyons, for the pur|K)s<; of enforcing their tarilTof wtgi's. Tlie prefect summoned the National Guard and the soldiers of tlie ijarrison, the latter hf whom, it appi'ars, did not exceed 1,(KKI men.' Towards evening tlie insurgents are said to have been refNilscd from all parts of tlie towii by General Roguet, and at tlie date of the last accounts tlwse fK-rson* had iM'en set at liberty. Gen. Roguet had tbreateiuMl, if tley did not submit the next day, to' set fire to the suburb, and tfeat tlieiu without mercy. and hardness of our lien rts w Imve sliown ourseK,, ^ thankful for thy mercies, and have followed our (vwn inclinations instead of thy holy laws: Yet, O Merciful Fatlier, sulTer not thy destroying anj^pel to lift up his band against us, but keep us, as thou bast heretofore done, in health and salety ; and grant, that, l>ein warned by the sulferings of others to rejH-nt of our sins, we may lie preserved from all evil by thy mighty protection, and enjoy tlie conlinu. ance of thy mercy and frace, tbrtueh tlwi merits of our only Mediator and Advocate Jesus Christ. Anwn.** O, Almighty God WIm>, by tlie many instances of luortahty which encompass us on every skle, dost call upon us seriously to consiih^r tlie slwrtneM of mir time here u|)on earth, and remind us that in the mid>t of life wo aro in death, so teach us to mimUr our ilays, that we may apply our liiarts unto wisdom.-*i.(;ive us grace to turn iiitto thee with timely rejientance, and thus to obtnif ibrou^h llie merits of our Saviour, that pardon to-day which tomorrow it may be too hite to seek for ; that so being strenpthencMl by thy eM>d Spiiit against the terrors h( death, and daily advancing in godliness, we may at alt times bo ready to give up our souls into thy hands,' O (;ra. Clous Father, in tlie ho|)o of a blessed imnionality, thro, a sione was hurled at him. which wounded him n tlie face. Mr. Saunders, who is a man of *^per, naturally, perhaps, excited at this attack *. levelled his gun at one of the insurgent leaders, •ot l>i.n dead upon llid spi desperate of these scounftts^'d to tlie reHidence of Mr. Saunders, which was w*t!wn three hundred yards from whet e tho mon'•Wfasv-nibled. *^*unders, fearing that .some was intended rjT ^' P''>cecded fo his Imlel by a neare. cut, and •'">••' just before the mob came up. Ho imme'mncaded his doors ami wimlows. and prt.p.r r*^ resistance. The first man that attempted to ^ ^mu-r ,|(M,r be fired at, and wound.Ml him in the I ^H.surroctionists now became des|H.rate, and In ^ two minutes they gained an entrance. A srenli. Saiimlers. knowing that his life would From the Liverpool CourUr, iSovtmber 'JO. POLITICAL UNIONS. Tlic Tjmdon finzette of the 22d instant contains tlie following proclamation relnlive to fjolitical unions : Whereas, certain of our subjccts in diiferent pans of our kingdom have recently promulgate*] pbns b*f voluntary associations, under xU* denomination of political unions, to be cotnposed of 8araUj boilies, with various divisions and subdivisions, umler leaders, a gradation of ranks and auiliority, and distingtiislie^l with c wilh tlie faithful performance oflkh duty, at variance with iImj acknowledged priociples of tlw constitution, and subvoisivc of the authority wilh which we are invested, as tlie Supreme Head of the State, for the protection of the public peace : and wln^reas we are determined to maintain, a^'sinst all encroacHiments on our Royal power, those just prerogativoa of the Crown which have been given lo us for the preservation of tlie peace and order of society, and fur the genet al advanlage and security of our loyal subjects : We have therefore thought it our liounden duty, with and by the advice of our Privy (Council, to issue tliis, o\n Royal proclamation. d'claring such asnoriaiiims so constituted, and appointed as aforesakl, to be unconstitutional ami ilUjgal, and earnestly warning and enjoining all out subjects to abstain from entering into such unautliorised combinations, whereby they may draw upon themselves the penalties sttendmga riolation of the laws, and the peace and security of our dominions may be endaotrercd. Given at our Court, at .St. Janw^s's, this 21sl day of November, in the 2d year of our reign. God save tlie King. Although tlio proclamation declares*^ all serh asaorialions"to be '* unconstitutional" and ** illeeai," vot tlie lAmdon Courier, of Tburs4lay, appears, by ilie folhiaiog paragraph, to wish to explain away what seems the obvious meaning of the words: • It is a mistake to suppose that the proclamation in Tuesday's (iaxettr, was intendei) to put down and extinguish legal associations. The intention was to caution the public against illegal combinations. Perliaps, Imwevor, we shall not say too much if we add, that the government would ratlier have no atsodations, even of llie mmt kiml, just al this moment, although the necessity of them wmild be recognised \f the reform bM again defeated— a result which now seems tc F0RM5^ OF PRAYERS TO BE USED IN ALL cm RCIIES. Ills Majesty, in Privy Council, havine ordered that his be next to impossible. (Jrace the Arcbbislnipof (canterbury should prepare birms i — — ___________^_ ..f Prayrs to^lmigbty God, to lie used in all cburcln^ | Chain f"/iA/cs.— Latterly, the" use of ropes has been 1 and chapds during llie ol danger from the j Urgely siqierMMled by the adaptation of chains, not merely o top of tlie .staircase, on the brst nii:lit,over *• threw chairs and t;ihU-tr. .^..^^i^ .1 .. r cliial churches and chapels throu'.'b.^ut tla^ kincdom. '^^J t>H.n^ m > in, L ;fc. ? '^''''*^ **"" ^?^'^T "^ ^^'^' ^'^"^'"" '•'""^'' ^"'^ ^^^ ^'" ^as promised ^rroJM riri r f ''7^^-". rmed with a foreiveness of sins to all .lu^se that wilh hearty repentance "^ PPr(Mcbed Tl. U .;'"''*'*T * *'•'*•;.' '" ^'"l '" and true faith turn to tin*, look down, we l^eseech thee. a I ^aunders fired. killiiiiT ^<,. "IS rashness, res*)lyed to flll lii rttt-n a^A \ 11 l l / 1 1 — -^-v — 1 j — t '•""-, h-m nwrny K-'^.l.l.^ Ilo ,,l,c.l a lar," u ch "', ,('7,'", ^"'"T-"" ^'""''',' "f'' • • f""""""!.; TOUrge .n.nulWt.rie. for chain, of .hi. A,.,ip,i„„ ,,„„^ H! .laircav. on h. r .1 1 ' ." !''"'' '" "" ''* "''""I"''c<-ih-(!ite aod parobcn e.tahli.ld in London, I.iv.r|M.I, Bri..,,!, Il„|| fj ,.a.,ca, on .he hr., rt,,h.. ovr rhnrrh,,. .1,„,...U ,h,„.....,„.. .... i;„„.u.„ ,„ ,1^ ,„h„i,„.ion of iron for h,J,, in .ho manof.r'r^e^f cabhjs, tlie two preat denidi'iata, durability and security are larpely .secured in tlie use of llie forim>r material : the next objert has bt*n to in?he wilh tlH*e, ec>noiiiv in the expense ami lightness in thearticle. The amaxin; strt'sa which a laree ship ridin^r at anchor in foul weatlier exerts upon tlie cable, ran harfllv hv rnnreived by iImmm* who have never witness d iis elletts. Next tlwrefore to tlie necessity for tlie iron and the workmanship lieine Mich as should not give way, it was indispensahh; that tlie links shoidd mt draw together at tlie sides from preat loneitodinal stresa. To secure ibis end, it has become conmion, in making the h'avies cables, to place within eat b link a *t!it bar to prevent latetal rompresion. [This tlie aull.or has dbutnited by an etipravinir of a pirtion of tlie cliHin of the Mvssri, Acraman of Bri.slo!.] — lirftolJoumal. servants, who, under an awful apprelwosion of thy judgments, and a dorp conviction of our sinfulness, prostrate '* soon br l" i "'"'" """" "•sp^raie— tlie ourselves lK>foro thee : We ac knowledge it to l>e of tby ' ^-^^ tJiao tl .7 '"•*"-- P''";"*'-"; cleared, and tlie j goodness alone that, whilst thou lias visited other nations • *spe. ** 'nutes, was blled with demons in with }>ostilence8, thiMi hast so long spared us :— Have pity, ;• JWai|flj.f, ra mUnt *i 1 I • ^^ Lord, bav." jiitv on thv poopic, both here and abroarl : i •^terina in hi, I I ['"'i •' T "'^*'' ^""^ '" ^' ^''^ withdraw thy lieavy hand from who are sufTerimr ^i Wfl,.. J ' .''^ *^ daughti>rs were under tlivju.l.rments and turn away from us tliat grievous ^ ^"*bis U U '^'*i '"''*'"*^!''"'' ^y "•'''^' severing i calamity, against which our only security is in thy comuas''y s;t.i a rarvhig-lcnife. Mrs, Sauni sion. '•'o^; wiT';""''T' '* '* '4P•'^<^'eyeraT'oThe.s'; ^^ JWTved U,oM..o tlw rioters moro desperate— tlie x>n bniken d( • J, •*pe. "^tiillllM I -I •••••.<-. I'll.-), 't'ly esca|Md into dosct in her IhmJI We confess, wilh shame and CHntiition, that in the pride ** t i^ L