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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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THE BAHAMA ARGUB. only hope in in thsrmea of our Repnaaintve ; but areonly able to flr.e aongr l nbe 800 nmsa, thes of
frosm what we have recety wimed, we began to ea- 20 who have any deal pretence for reviving the pub-
pUtLIHED IWMI-WECKt.Y IN NARIAVi N. rP. urtnin aome doubt of their political integrity. One ina- lie money. All the othls are thao of oble and right
sue i still left tous in the event of their not doing their lion. Paupers, whom their relations, though rolling in
hDt oelnar per nm -Ia idrtse. d lnd that is, o organize Political Unions, and to wealth, and it incoamvent to support, and who have in
_tsllo sn fearlessly, that Iley muot do their duty, and tell consequence received psira ion, and are now living at the
16 ,the Govenuir here, a well as the Uovernmeant at hOio, expense of the people.
that they kill allow no further interference with our slaves 'he greatest part of the pensioner are females, and
uutil we are fully co nulatle The period lis arrived with the almost respect fur dte sea, we mt ay that we
when it beeomes a ililter of choice, whether we are to never heard of time public service of thoae ladies, and
bond our necks to tie yoke of the Mother Couutry, or gteatlv doubt whether they ever rendered any. We are
defend our properties as men and lritou, for it appears to not, lihweer, dispose d to speak or think harshly of them;
us that no sooner are our lives, for a shoe period, placed theirdependent situation is their apology. Th'l burden of
P O TRY7. out of danger, tlan our properties ar to be wrested front Ilanme ought to fall on their noble relatives, nimny if whom
Sus for tle mere gratification of a faction in dim Mother are wallowing in wealth, anil whl not only llhow thoer
THE Aa In FUNERAL. Country, who leave avowed their determination to coin- niutlers, sisters, and daughters to he supported in this dis-
Ts HE l nit t plete our destruction. graceful manner, but who are continually striving to
se hip'sbell toll'dn! and slowlyo'er the leck The praise which the Eail of Dulmoro has bestowed iplarter fresh hmtos of them on tie public. We find
Fai fro their native sies. stood silent there upon the utilitia forces of tle land, are as just as they amlongt the acmes of the fermales s supported, thPoe of
Wnh mnelauhholy brow. From a lowcloud are well merited ; anil it is a gratifying fact that lii Ma- Catlcart, lirries, FIitlsibboo, Murray, Strangferd, Bou-
t mOel thie horizn hover'd, came (ae threat irsty' Iruoops co-uloprahid illhthlemi in die istli zealous vrie, Bentinrk, D.unld, Radstock, Rotlom, Pelham,
IOfl diItai nutiir'd thunder. Bruken waves .iinl :gall int lannler. Tie los sustainlld by the nt.roy, Arhirtilint, latulnrst de Roos,Cockbur, ('Croker,
Hrre'l uIp til"r sllarl white helmets o'er tise expanse I.ind militia hli.iv bbeen very trifliog, hi llu tlat of tie in- I'lanta, ani Itar, anil every one aciuaintad with tIm
Of orr i1, whwil in brooking stillness lay surgent hs livuei very great, indjipendant iof tile military n.intes of the Britisi naolility, and of tie servants of the
1.1.,,' ii "i. l vmiive king, who miedil;ati exeutiions hitch took place by virtleu of tier (Ciourt Mur- (rown, during the last twenty years, mut know that
oll'. I ,,de ion, r wakesi the wrathful war. tial-thel Iloly tribunal by which rebels anld incendiaries those are dti naUnes of ladies belonging o fantia who
'is,, "1l bell loll d a ud Io s youthful form
wIl i'tt had boldly dared the slipjury heads ought to be tried. either are, ormight have been p d of gra wealth.
Atl 'ilnight's watch. was a burdena land 'rhe Bathunst are immensely rich, and the Duandae
Iuo. at hbicomralds' feet. Mourful they gasel From tIhe Jamaica Commant, Frbruary II. have received more of the public money than any other fa-
I ouni his sunken cheek, Bnt some there were, mily, and yet they ar not ashamed allow the females o
\\,o mii tha bitter hunr remembered well The following very gratifying litter, from the Cons- their, family thiv nonpublic clhariy, for it i o hetem; lad
their family to lve on public clarity, for it is no better ; and
The parting blessing of his loary she, meander of the forces, was received here (in lss tlhn 4 after this they cosaplain that the people are diuLssfi ed.
And the big tar that o'er his mother's cheek hours) yesterday afternoon; and we ansiousl) hope, that and tat they do not respect dmo aulocrcy !
Went cousing down, whei his beluvre voice the view which Sir Willoughby Cotton nuw takes of the
rnatlied its farewell. But one who nearest stood state of alTairs, may be fully verified,although we confess IREL
To hatl pale, shrouded corne, remesi.bered ioure; we lave our own forebodings on the subject:- IRELAND.
Of a white cotlage with its shaven lawn, The state of Ireland is most terrific. The Lord Lieo.
And bloomidl hedge, and of a I;,u-hair'd girl llead-Quarters, Montego Bay, tenant it wil be recollected, returned hastily to Dublin
Wi., at her lattice vil'd with wonlbile, owach'd Feb. 9, 182- 5, Ip. m. ro a visit he was making to Sir Richard evinge, on
Ito lot, iIr lell n Ilell turll'd back Io we.p. Sin, he as aking to Sir ichd inge, on
adclrIi it cosrad in it fail ub iut lreal, I I msuch pleasure ill acquainting you, for thle infor- acome of an attack of tie doulrurear. The night of his
id a bi hi, he',nit lI ichI e ilit ,..d youlh stationn I" th worlev ilhitants of Kin toi n,i tha Il ave return,forty adlldlional men were placed on guard at the
lshtal.l ... a .1. I t.1,1 t l.,l ,reiMiitIog itIt luist teceiv',l illFirln;ition of the r! tobel L.hilr.S Garde; anti a Pigeon I ll -ireecationay wre taken at
Slife' .n ex reilsr ;IIl i.' ad in hl..ier, l)e havi i gis ,n t In, t It s uip ht Li1eut Mit chlil IiUe bank- and the nesi day, the 1' th, the public depart-
Wi hi llet, -. w that |lin l rl ciirnei citoanli thle -'lt :at rleciJ It anIl t1lat they' are ments connect with the army wire in active preparatioL
To hie lo - Now that chola .n frlil ctionaostinol it.v.-I, Ps l It '4nIlith nayl for mli tilitayie m ovemients.
Iewl Ilw hl .unul,-bronzod lace, and like a child, now in cuitory at , TIn mlay be rarded as Thior quiitary mo fr alhou ublin a m
i' d si dcchp surruw. thile fiuis clt of tllh insttrrction.l Thisis iquito right, fir although Dublin is, at this mo-
Btd there cane a tone. I Ihai thl t honour to lie, Sir, )our faithful, and your ment, erfctly quiet, tie Lord Lieitlenant feels cumprll-
Cltarlastie lted gtltn it'st, itnty yeas, moust obetIent servant, yr ed to make arrangements for defence against tite Party
*I- 'l"1T ItlEUl:R tIEU''TION." Eiveryhlear WILLOUHBY COTTON. by which his Lordship and hi colleague are kept in
I ,,pr's'd u grief., ndtJ every eye was rail. Major-General Yates, Mayor of Kingston. office. That party letting thm know, with time authority
Thkie st o the ik chaplain-hls unCoverei lriw of hard task-numsors, that the instant they hesitate about
[mark'd lby earrhly passimmn, wtle his nvilce, going the full etent of their revolutionary demands, tlst
lilh as the balso Irom plants of I'araidise, LopUoN, December 2'. instant the government is to be thrown f amid spurned
lred thlle Eerilal's nlesage o'er the souls We have received Dutch Papers to the 2Oth instant. with contempt.
(lIdyiig niln. It isa Ia lihly hour! They state that accounts lied been received from Russia At ipr,'nnt there is scarelvy any government in Ire-
hen,' lay the wrn'k ,f ylourhl Ii; lu t-her conlirnatoury of dmorepolt lhich alad been current of die land. Tie adni.iiiisraion of Irish affairs is a series of
bast nsiiriiuiie t.,,ihittiil, while siimilmlrtil faith
Cse her strii.e ;ii Twie -.s a pIlinge!--The riven ia ,a mplained! posed Treaty between Belgium andl lHollaud. ces, every lling like system is paralyzed iy ilw unnatural
DIeath rn I tIs ibrny iis.oum look her own. On ime subject of the expedition to 'Portlgal, Don Ic- alliance Ietweenl tile Lourd Lieultnant and the Agitators.
The wll ltllltiiuiiis of the deep lift up dro's friends preserve a praiseworthy silew e ; and in couu- Since O'Connell has drown off the government, Dr.
TWeir suillllnrrniianiinlea ., anil he went sequence, nothing is known either of its extent or of its )oylo is the great man-tlht Doctor Doyle, in whose
lbnn tihe IHr linif ()Ocean, 'nmi, theltwdh destination. Time apprehension of it sill serves to keep diocese the resistance to ytlles first bean.
01( bne ii t, healiMifulonne. Yrlie. my ,oul alive tie fear of the King Miguel, and in tllis way, if no Let it not be forgotten that ite bhlls of the Popish
hall the svfUler. pomp, thr guise of wte,.
Slnslhnue illl gr'I.nlelr with wlich arth other, it will be serviceable to the caue of outraged lau- Chape.s rang, sounding tile toesin for mnumlinig the pea-
liallitgh hIer hdead, slon, was n:uight s,, sad, naunity. sautry, when C(:it. Gibbon and his party were mesa-
slihhmeir i sor.,iil, as the mute sea A fog, as dense as any with which the metropolis has cled for not delivering up a tyth-proctor, to die fury
Uplsalug ier isiuth to whelsm tilar ialkw youth. Leen visited for years, comnmenced yesterday afternoon of tie mob.
about fuur o'clock, and continued throughout tie light. We know that up to the 22d, mrrangements were till
- C Time mails and tim other coaches were conducted o it of in progress to prevent surprise in I)ull ; thi infarulimna
Pai ILth Jamaica Courait, February I' 11'2. tie metropolis by men witl torches ; and fur a consi- we leve received of the nature of the consiluacy i agi-
IERMINAT'ION OF .MARTIAL LAW. derable portion of tie evening, lie most public streets of nation we are hindered from giving our reders but de-
Thi Prrlocnation of Ilis Excellency lti G(overnor, the netropolis, notwitlotandingthe vivid light of thei gas, tachments of troops are moving ai all directions s Kil-
Iewiniumen Mirtial I.nw, reached this city yteclrdlay.ul were involved in almost iimpeneura!le darkness. We are ketinv, (Crl'ow, andi tie adjacent counts.
I s'; e ar' sicnry to latel that Ith general upi- hapIpy to say, that up to a late hour no account atf any What alarms tim well disposed population, is til fart,
I wi%, siuclia irioceUiling was pritu.iuir, iasmuch serious accident had reached us.-Observer. thda, lthre is no civil or rmilitay fuactionuy near he
nemral ltj.sira te rchararlers are still in tle woods of Lord Lieutenant, in whose ability they have every co-
Nlral andi St. George, and ntany n-grons in several LrvParooL, D-mher 27. fihence. In Mr. Sanltuy's hsence, Irelbad appeal t
tdrar mes, have bIe lately taken up on suspicion. We are glad to se that there has just bit published he governedhy LordCloncurry, te pol Bishop Doyle
A lait of discontent nid insubordinaliun is also evi- hv order of tie Iouse of Commons, An account of all .and Mr. Bake ; b ut whsr r ay is Mr ae oam there If
i; and althdu gh due epamc which tel Law Martial Pensions on time Civil List of England and Ireland, and melancholy tidings reach ui from that ill-feted country
it upon die Island is very heavy, we are persuaded ti Ilereditary Revenue of Sceland, on the 22d of No- during tde week, le till reproach hineelf for being as-
i6Lbitiua would cheerfully submit to it for a few days vember, 180l."-This is a very curious document, and sent at uch a dangerous crisis, wh.en be knows as well as
s, oser ttan run the risque of having it renewed: lill be useful in enabling the tax-pa ing people of England we do, that there is anybody in audmurity in Dublin, caplble
skl, tiere are many prisoners now in confinemen, to estimate, at least in part, some of the reasons why thie of Imving the diffcullhi which are impuoding.--Joim
sought to be tried l by the law under which they were aristocracy and their hangers on are so anxious to con- I, of De. 5.
eprehnalltl. Tlhtl the Earl of Belmorn-, n pIltting an tinue thl present s stem of government. It hs certainly, U .5
I to Martial Law, acted with a considerate feeling to- to use Mr. Canning's phrase," yorketd will" for tI-m ; Ertrnrdiiarry C'r.-We fnd the fullow,." estrsordinsry
irtieh Ilaidl, We ar re r.lytv to allimit ; but hlle tune of so that those who, after looking over tihe Icnsion List just case n a Melhcal Journal io yesterday. where I It published
6 Proclamatiun is nost objectionable. Ilis Lordship published, sliall fuel any siirri.e at the obslinary will on the aulhtle') of Mr. loert, M.R. C. l.. of Warmiles:-
ltbhi negrie's, i) plain trerm, that if thev do not re- which the Walsinghanm, the C.ithearts, the Cockburns, The wife tof a Mr. IIKgmIn. a I.rmer of Ialtonslhorugh. near
0il quiet, their conduct will have no oiler tendency the Newcastles, the Straneforl a tol defeat thet humane intention, of the (Guvernment, dassev the Arburlh.notl,the laltursts, the Crokers,and ith i uessin anti son he ws sIt Isncerntedl a the raper-
h ttrve their condition ;" aud thus, telling ihem in Raes stick to the rotten broufhs, and the system whrlc I ed, dt'ilP1pinlmentt. iia lie vowed. should his nest child be a
SEnlglish, that time (uvernmnent will do for them, walt they have produced, will pay a compliment to their disin- dagh er he .ur never leak t her. On the sppm.eTh of
has wife's outmsh riloennemelt. he repeated thinsv. Tn his
"have attempted to obtain hy violence! lerestedness which is very little deserved. They have great p y, his wife gave bhrlh to a au. and nothing cearved to
Stie government predetermined that we are to be s- each and allufficienl reasons, in the Pension List alone, lessen hml satirarctln, until the child began to speak. To
*., the sooner die fact is avowed the beer. By for supporting our venerable constitution ;" and they hu, astonishment and distress he then fiund. that while he bay
Srepulations our produce is not worth the expense of have only too much cause to fear that a Reform Parlie- would readily address his mother andi s.ers. and. indeed, say
Whitlmn-our propxrTties have lbeen sacrificod-our lives ment will put an end to a sstcni, l y which thols who are female, nothing eill nlurce hint it urer a word to his father.
S be-n lthleaterned antl instead of the relhs being too proud to work, but not too proud to Ieg, are sup- or any male peron. 'his llslgulatll) enmti.sed during Ihe
Lt a lesson lhich ato ,ildl deter our toe', both here and ported at the expense of the nation, and by taxes screwed whole of his falher'q life (thiny year; entreoales. threats or
at home, from ini,.,aing then tio any further lehellion, from an industrious, and io too many ces., a warring promi,'s ere ono a, i. andi Ihe r.nhalpy men rse tle hi r s
,a "wa l. witlh Iear- thle hl1tr14 ln11K coneertuncel oAf hl rash
*lrnt merely told l11h all l.uinil proceedings, on people. ... t On :her dealh ot Mr. m-is, w hch bappenle alout
Sart, In iai no,,r tindlec ltn to defeat tihe i Of all the melltkS iv whih the pbllie oloney is mis- w ,, mronlh. the,. the u ingLn I th a ustonnshmenl of all
'te uoltietions Il\ nlit uiit to into ru\c their condi- applied, tlle P'eio on I.tia is the imoit scanldautusly olt-n who knew hion blr iI ill o*ak lli.e-nly I oiale as well Is ir-
fim. I -an ld harel'ced, llhoslr m la e-rlce ,.i |h u Ii. a i l lns li i.list Cihiiii c i m ,, altil, gi t,,, il y s. N. lr preaionu ly he hail n.- er beeC
lloubc of \.,*si ,L,': ; w w shortly meet and our Ihlvi"o-, c;ireoutl < I ,nIII ite icc ,Iount IIst pIli thldiiL. we heCri l to utter word :., i 'or ,of llh.- lurmoer se. Mr Ilhg.


0gt io aawa a srTS0 I
e b ae t m hesw; hea i helh and h. r- a ,dy. ,- 0 sonoliata oar t,- 0O v I.dip Pres -N -.
-hi s a hetl d m m a mL pr- ;General Court, and dt Co of Vice Admiralty, of tis REVOLUTION IN MEXICO.
e 0ts le u she tauLst of msAindn -J r, -. i Colony, have concurred jurisdiction;but that itremans We hve 7ace as, Mel.ici,
with die ufficr who aes mads e de seizure, to select aihe ecembr. A c mercia friex .V *
tribunal befomu which Ibe proceedings are to be carried cited a postript of a letter from Tampiiced
R S .The heavy n o V Admiy directed to a fir of this city. The
The heavy expenceaof the Court of Vice Admialty, conveys, fully confirms our forebodiage a as
have not only been fretieptly a cause of complaint from y of the presidential u elections a
WEbDIENDAY., lB1Yr i. 1839. individuals, but have aed birth the remarks of Hi M- tury ofes in the Meicn tatel s. Tio e
S- jeay's government s.d specially, in dispatch which tenr of e p ri
We have been politely favoured with Aloe of news- ad the honour to rcsi ft so the Lord of the Tre- tenor of Tthe pr
paes from New9rleia e sand Mobile, brought by the aury, dated hh Oclober,, w10 As the act lia ,An express dmph w rriVed ,e l
slep BobCan iod ecnber, pL, snder whicb the fmee of the mtetanedd the aoriti of t i plan that
the frshorio s of tl, i, piees djr ^ee. &'G?
dloep Bub, C. l.Hin Chrke, from thi lat mentioDd Revenue Court of Admiralt.y, are taken, will ex.pinihU elleted a movement of de troo .ta
place, h ah arrived n Monday last, in 14 days; eo, I recommnd you dd an enactment to any new city o tht name ad the at of
bet the Europeaa news ihey contain, is not later then Bill upon the subject, assimilating the charges asd the cx- ann demands the remoyal of the whole bodyi0 f
that received by way of Jmaica,--d of i cal interest- pieces, in all cses of proedin inst Sle proprie- W think thechange wil ke plae i
ag matter, thee mnan equal dlst ali. to for a breach of the Law, counmonly called the cotasoli-
ing ater, the a an equal . dated Law for the abolition of Slavery, to those which
would be incurred in casem e seizure had been prosecuted Dutl.aI
It hs been matter of peculation with some, the pur- before ti generall Court of the Colony. Private CornpaTndm ee.-I have ju l r asti
pose of Ilis Errllrncy, in making so many Majors Com- J. CABMICIIAEL-SM.rTH. from Castleconser, In the county of Kilkle
mansdant of Miliia; and as muie of thoes genlemnrn a OVERNMaENTr loa.t the following particular of a dreadful alray i
have not been wiing to sell thaimtves, for the conidera- 2711t February, 1812. military and peasantry in that ighbourholod ~
tin proposed, bt luve chosen to ide with the rights of Resolved, Thllat Ilia Excellency the Governor's first that in consequeeeof in$amion received b
the people, tae who were rt qoita e soqunmish, and Message o- this day, be referred to the Comnlittee of dile that the house of a certain individual residtg I I
lw pupled oe i er pois s i uaish, ad o whole House, on the estimaes, petitions and accounts. "coer was to be attacked, one contable sd (*
who culd write i6 e in Miliia orders, in prai, of our Mr. Greenlade presented a petition front the Honour- constables were ordered to watch the premise, in
wrorlthy Governor," are to be fermd King's Commnan- able Joseph Hunter, praying remuneration for a Slave cealed situation, which they did for several night,
dess. upon a siecate salary of 100 sterling per annutio. sentenced to death and esercued. any appearance of an attac. At length, m hi
We iare awre dt die art allows and nasles such a Ier- Ordered to lie oil dthe table. night, at 10 o'clock, eight men armed, sttacked
We a(r aware Ised; h taste situation is such de per- Mr. Ilenlry Adderley presented a petition from Paul when the police rushed front their covert, ma
a for T iurks lnd; but a tihe situation ir oue deemed S. Lightbuurn, Teaclher of the Public School at Harbour theli tolsurrender. Seven at once obeyed, bt a
aelesua, been allowed to remain vacant fur several Island, pringi an increase of Salary. refused, and attacked the police-serjesal,but he oa
yamr,---ll Salt Pond hares, Ac. being rulloted by the Ordered to lie on the table. tiniately secured, and the entire party'werelndgp i
f uamiuer r In dla present depnreed state of our It was moved and seconded, that the report on tle state Uridewell. The following morning, the poike, i
C( o nae.s. allhough such a measure may be very ofC tA Treasury Im referred back to tie Comanittee. that an attempt would be made to resrm the
eptale to ir C. Smyth's me yet we dm And stio Ii pt, sad after a debate thereon, requested the assistance of the military party
neprle ou Hir J. C. Smyth's oooo mea, yet we deem The House divided. them to the county jail. This was readily ugrla i
is worse than uoou for nothing. Yeas-Mr. Nesbitt, Mr. Malrolm and Mr. Montell-3. Lieut. Mathew of the 76ah regiment, tilh 20 of hi ,
Nays-Mr. Sturr, Mr. Atnibrister, Mr. Weech, Mr. and 20 of the constabulary, proceeded asane mn
S following is thslect Committee appointed in Sands, Mr. ililgoos, Mr. Miller, Mr. C. Duncoime, Mr. marching about 3 or 4 miles they came to I pat ui
Englend, to enquire into the coumnercial state of the Sawver, Mr. (;reenlade, Mr. Saunders, Mr. II. Adderley, road which was blocked up with cars, and they a it
Wen India Colonits :-Mr. P. Thlomon, Lord Althorp, Mr. ('. Adderley, Mr. C. Adderley and Mr. T'alou -14. few moments surrounded by about 600 of tie m
Mr. Irving, Mr. Court-nay, Mr. K. Douglas, Sir R. So it ipa'sd :I tile negative. many of whonl were well armed. They a
m. MO, Mr. Motion, title I llotni agan resolved itself into a Cosa- the officer to surrender tlle prisoners, and that I
Pvl, Mr. IIwLkins, Mr. II. Villier, Mr. BHilie, Mr. Ma- Initt.e of the whole House, on toie estimates, petitions, not injure his parly. lie of course refused, sand
b-rly, Mr. Burge, Mr. Macnuley, Mr. Weyland. Mr. and arrCnIut, soue distance in front, where lie address the ri ,
Siricklanil, Mr. Calliaclin, Mr. Sirutt, Mr. V. Snlith, Mr. Tialor in the chair. pouiling out tie foolishness and madness of lleirma
Mr. Kenndly. Lordl handd, Mr. Wriglhtson, lr. Pro- Mr'. Spelaker having reunMwd the chair, and strongly urging them to retire. Findingatr ta
there, Mr. Ewart Mr. G(oburn, Mr. Aldenmn Von- Mr. 'lylor relonted progress, and requested leave to strances inefiiftuail, he ordered tli road ts b rt i
Mr. nMr. sMt against wlien his party was instanllv attacked. and a msitl
ables, Mr. Bernal, Mr. Warburaon, Mr. J. Woud, Mr. Rea.lved, That this House will again resolve itself into kept up for some time, which ended by the l oif t
U. Vurnus. Lord Sandlon. lthl sid (Cotimuittee. insurgents, wholeft iglhtof their amiggaided culaaies
Adjourned until tol-norrow morning, at ten o'clock. on the ground, and several wounded. Twelve d it.
PROCEEDINGS -dias and police have been severely wuinsihl
sheOFIFON ,deri-em Papr,. wae xd Some of the cases are ds C.
PTHE l nOt E! '0 ASSEMBLY. POLAND. prai-s is due to the humane exertions of Uims Na,
THE WlO ASe copy from dhe T of the 8th Novenheor the fol d he cool steadines of himself nd i t.
Mounpr, February 27th1 183( lowing invitation which is, ; the d urse of signature, bySir Jhn Harvey, C. B. Inpetor Geneal df i,
BAHAMA ISLANDS. thIe most dligtinguishid Pilish pariots in France nd E.- proceeded this morning, by order of govmramt, ab
The Home met according to adjournmenet ad ad- land, addresed to the Polish people. It is couched in quir into all die circumstances, and report de p atil
Jiu-.-dJ e il to-murw mning at ten o'clock, language and breathes a determination worthy of the fIl-
Jourd il to-orrowmorning at tenoc men frona whom it proceeds mnd the noble race to Kings Cflege Londmn.-This excellent eslta
Tuasona, February ilIh, 1832. whom it was directed. They me determined not to be- i present ve liberal arroalgeme s must suceedl 3
oPaua come the slaves of the Autocrat, but to seek, in our con- jar angst the i oes r ever mar the bright appem l
Thb. i raq ri His Elallowi. agea that asanimi!y which, in evry department at
SI y h e genial soil, an asylum were they may wait more propi- brigltly. One ad all tpm their full ad der he
"awm"am rdaoverby tde Deputy Secratary of the Co- ta days. nationn of blendng in their vrimes leset. tkh e lh*e
ley. Adhres to the Ples by their Comtrye in Englasd trine from whence issues light, ad lile. ad '. m
M Spear ad O rtlemen /f tI Hesa of ad Froam. This opn and camlndd aclnowledgrlant deirs lhe san
A-"*I Poles! Confident in the enlightened spirit of the age, the scos of the rseptic. and sela at rest alfl lra' s m*e
The rnglatmIo irmed by the King in Council, on the and in the sanctity of your camue, you rose to threw off scrupulous enqury of the pious paret.-.Ja Bll
*t Jan, 1781, relative to the manofcturing and raking the yoke of the oppremor. The world in asonishmeot,
of la m Grand Key and Salt Key, (commonly ailed has witnessed your achievements ; but nations whon, The hose of Rothschild has finally comnesritld h
Turks IJand) have, by dr Colonial Art of dr f ib honour, duty, and even interest, commanded to assist you, of Ifrnc fo the rorst ofR, R~le. wis us1
J.m. IM, die ftce sd validity of Lwr withl have posillaninmoaly etrayed lhe cuamon cause. Future 1 o, sml ave h .d euelve' l
Nolacest Sa (Jeverasea T f leeregulations refer, n will show hw bao wan their roadoct, ow short lean at a twe pare tdw The amm-a. i5 e" 1
SliMKS'l II a jy' Commade, who bas curtain sighted their policy. The contest is at an end; the pr rent. The srptla, slave the prie e of "D isn .t dei
d imports datis co nected with the Saut sword of the Autocrat has triumphed. Europe, by her tweern he Iluly Se aol Rherr Conetara .T a
o p callous indilisrnve to your misfortune, participates in the to be paid at Paris. -Jur. Com.
Yl awe naW thot t duties collected on Salt at unhallowed act.-Pohlnd isbm ore; erased fromthe list
Twl I werem remitd, originally, to Enland. of nations, se i doeomedl ew to a long slavery. Caal Royal dI Midi.--The French snnuatr ho a
T l''ary tl King* Omanander, a that period, was Cointrymas What can we expect from the con- nlted a committee to examine pro ect Law relaia
delayed i .s ihom. Majea4 having been pPlei, queror I rang ad fury we have already defied, and opening and establishment of a canal to j..n a
fruls the ti m w tiei veldable Islands were united to if an unepected effort of heuanty should attempt to (doen and the Mldmterranan. hy na, eelmg de C
this (Jenmmt, to perit tre Sall duties to be added to spe or aher feelings of ptriotsm would be mr d Mdi from Toulouse to Byoned.
the ( eral Reinus of this Colony, it is only just and deeply wounded thn they have ever been by over cruelty
ruasseble, tht u Salary of the King's Commander and tortm formerly devised to suppress them; for what The splndours of the Traan column are .lab*
itahid bqlitq d or I the asn l Revenue and Ap- shrt of tbe independence of Poland can saisfy men a ho de ned he r .meal to t he m mhir hy pniror Ph s ",I
pr lon BiU I have, therefore, to rcoolmend to the lave sworn to die for bhr freedom 1 I' was hewrn out of a shed granie sck isn lias bl
A bf ly. to make provision for the sum ol one IPoles! Yo have hitherto done all that became a great he labour of 00 men during two years. ond Wei'g"
hundred ad seventy one pounds, eight shillings and si and noble nation. You have spared no sacrifices to attaint matter of 5.9e7,.0o pounds. Well might the bared
pene. the Salary for the King's Commander at Turks your great object; thousands of your brave brethren have of Ruslia have exclaimed in other days; Da P
Idam f mre en suing year, comment c ing on the 25 altady e aled with their blood the great compact itlh monument. n'crasean pm ma rendre!"
March meat ; and further, that a sum of one hundred and HIeaven to die fur their country. But if the sword of Ithe
irty eight ponds, seventeen shillings and sipence, be enemy has spared our lives, let us remember thal we are FAmmal Fsprar'..-The Philadelphia t(hmnidWe r
pasts to ohn Good, Euloire, as hi salary from the bound to devote ever% hour that remains to us, to emulate following as the funerl expense of the late S.lpi5n w
math of June, 1831, to the twenty fourth las of Marcia the heroes that hare fallen, and whose honour and glory in part: For wooden braced rcofn.enclored. 1St 1:
both days incisive. The sixth of June, 181i, is theday am our nost sacred trust. No inducement of fortune, coffin, 15o: a hblak walinn coffin. coered with MIra t
on which His Majeay was pleased to approve of his rank, or interest, shall betray us into an act unworthy ofi st; a iough wooden ease in the grave. 0;l *
aprointoteaL our mOt solemn vows ; Ite must be guarded as spot- eierI, aho0; mourntng: d reSt crapetx &
Iphe Salary hes bee calculated at the rate of one l as the me o Pole, which will hencebth be left to est 't ttal. .e.
bmudred pounds feeling, per annum, which is the amount Europe as that of patriotism and devotion. C ala
of the a ewace granted from heso, when the proceeds Poles! Let us leave that wretched country, no no To mak a Fir King.-Tha Philadelpia C
of de Salt duties were remitted to the Treasury, in Lon- mote our own, though ranked with the best blood of her the following recipe for making a Fire King.
Joe. defenders; let us leave Europe, a heartless spectator of of the human bodyallri r.der tl irpe s lht ma" Ie d -
J. GA ICIArr HoL-aV o stricle and depnir, America i the only country dure the apllicaton of hot iron.
Gmath Fa.r Ir', WtFhy o affordingan awylum to men who have sacrifice t. a paste of soap triurale.l with a i.ralull "-I
7t Foeruary, I-. ty thing for freedom ; there Poland will be enshrined alum which han been boiled. will s.ecu-re rle lo a'i uo
r. alrer mI (intllim of the Itr of i e our beart an d Heaven will perhabless our devotion. i alplicaion of hot oil.s hot lead or melted .esiln rn s.
AIjfy, all had effect me
You ar. Wre, that, in h c of Slav ied b The ships. desre edt for the ep-lillon I Don Pedro. which When the are applied to, ; pirl 1 brine fit"t
lYou re awre. t rhat, in the eaor of Slaves ie d bra y of d her placed r under seqiuestratian in L ondun, have been above, a ake p-r, til, Ic ironne lukscaret
he C to House officer, for alleged breas of irr tbe sailloed with saltnI

810__ Maieaa argss.> 5

visril.n-T wis history, and whid
roCt f tw. boyo. ging to i lackdanw's neat f nM 7. a - Uk
It 'th belfrv winindo in tl a owr o( paint's Eer perse about to ae hese I Lands, oper
perlay-A's it was impossible to reach l stand- Aeoinm rided therimfur tIe spa of/ iiTRr DAnr, Mut
i the building, and equally impossible to ascend gie uecrity at Ie Scretar 's O0ce, yr a t su e spB ABm I
Sight frunt without, thlry resolved to pu a plank eid O rrrms fniu opr pl ot q isi ne-.f in
Window, and hik tim heavier boy curedd its P for rirrN DAY M tu rt-f.
Sing on the end within, the lighter boy wa ter which, oat tie dmisg roarW- sra, i Ticket BY HENRY OREENSLADE & CO.
itfou the opposite end, and from that perilous may be d
te rechl the object of their desire. So far the o NAME OF P T-ar Tlt.POy, Ie i N *
soakmeed. Tl liltte fellow took tie nest, and, NAMES OF PESBONB AT TEO ImnD .
Bk ifi6ve ledged young bird, announced the news S ow + on. s "r s Cmr Ruby At r, 1s Oofun ooE ,
ive br thereI replied l;' thln Jnary Thoms Turmn ll Will be Sold, 1
,,-- 'e. Nay,' claimedd the other indignantly, u bh Eliabeth Ilsarr Superfine Flour, in whole and half balin l i
Jal dang, a, nlland 'll have tml three.' 'You shall loth Aphey Wells Clear, Mes and prim Pork,
r esamainie the boy in theinside ; you shall 9oth John J. Fubels Lard b
p' -ise me three or I'l drop you!" Drop nie, if ad Febrary Alsasnder BHrbes L- C e
,' replied the little hero; but I'll promise you I4 th Henry BTo.tte, Hai,
W'll- two; upon which hli companion slipped on 14h Maltia Well ALSe O-
d Up tilted aI end, nd down went m oy, h W. I. Ales er A quantity of Iouehlsd Furniture,
lsel one hundred fiet to the froumld. Tim little leth Catbre Eves Military aIuhneh nEy,
*ldn elsteseotat ohis fall, was hutling his prize by C_'ockeryWarm, &c.. d_. t tbelonging i4
ilStre in one lund, ld two in thb other; and Crkery ae c. a c. e. l a
.sdiag iloesmelves descendiig, fluttered out their T,--_ A,,R IIeI on deliv e
1ioincliely. Tlm boy, too, had on a stout car- [ f If lE9 U Sta TFebruar on lith. ry.
s k, pscured round dim neck, which, filling with air
bwcaab, lbuoyed Itin up like a balloon, and lie de- i -
toothly to the ground; when looking u) e e- PORT OF INASSAU, N. P. IXUMA SALT, fi e at'12 cets per bsL
t his comlio,'Now you shall have one!' E Apply to
Irsswa), sould in every liaab, to the asuisni.l.oelt o ARRIED. TO ,AS IO .
hbi itants, who, with inconceivable horror, had wit- Feb. 27th-Schr. Gov. Rohde, Ostergaard, Mayagu e brry 41. At 'sma..
mlhi descent. In distress, Cofee, to JoUN STa. Fry 4oan.
28th Sloop Bob, Clarke, Mobile F OR SALE BY PRIVATE BARGAIN-1 Leat
ista Prr.---Among the variety of curious papers of Flour, Pork, llam, Bacon, Lard, of Lad, in the Eastern Ditria, withde ma of Hacksney, q. M. P. there was found a few Cheese and Potatoas, Dwelling House and out buildings, now ta aides of
i e, a paper in his own band writing, which reads fo l- to Rosnrat Wina. the Subscriber.
Oh Lord. thou knowelt that I have s houses in the city C A Another Lot, adjoining tha above o the Sou tist,
Aoodon; and likewise that I have lately purchased ani e- CLEARED, id buildi A Lc.
ifek simple, is the county of FEsse: I heseech ihee to Feb. -27--Schr. Ponuna, Miller, Savannah ALS-
em the acounti of Middlescx and Fs4ex from fire and Amn. sloo, Azelil, Aderson, Key West A family of Negrosm, ive n br m isa
wuake. inl ad l have a mortgage in Ilterfordshire, I beg -Delia 96 years,
Slikewie to have an eye of romlbasi.n on that county; SAlLED, Ellica 9 ditto,
f the rest of tlie counties thou nimlyer dlal with thl.omas Feb. 26th--Schr. Loo, Young, St. Thomas and Willim, 4 ditto,
I pleased O I. rll, enable the bank to answer all Dominica Aei, ditto,
r bill and make all mty lebPor good men. Give a prom- . Schr. Primrose, Hudson, Brbadoes Sophbi, 11 mnots.
meyage oanil return to the Mermaid silooi, because I 28th Schr. Pon*ona, Hiller, Savannah Sop 11
Sastlesurle it. stnd as :lio hl t, sal that tle days of the 28th c. Pomon Mllr h ND
W ar hbut sKhrl, I in thie thou wilt not forget thy lAm. slool Azdia, Anderson, Key West Another family of Negroa, there i i nir, vi:
ins a I p.irchase.l an estate in reversion, which aElis,,
aisme on the death ,f that most proiligate young man. I'AS NE;Flop ;. Bo 2 dE
.-L--. K'-pi my friends fronl king. and preserve In the sloop IBob, froit Nlubile :-Robert Wier, Esq. Jane, 2 modtho,
he thri s .oil, h ,,isc -hrikeru, dl sinik8eh all my servants PASYS ENGERS SAII.ED. Among thrm there are Washers, Ironers a d l
Nuwt an F I Mldl, that thvey lay .ttend i, my interest nud In the schooner Leo, fur Dominic :--Jolia J. Forbs, Servans. .
e oato y property night or day. Esquire, Lady and two children. AND A LR --
lhideinc.-It is a somewhat singular coincidence A Lot of Land, containinm ashot twaty-ight ins,
di tlitre freest nations of the age, France. Eng- The Danish scshoner Gov. Rolde, W. J. Oste ird, situate on Royal island, adjoiang a the wes, land of
ti nte United Slates, te uppe- r arilocratc mas r, of St. Thorns, 9 doay ** MlyausaM, (P. R.) th liat Benjamil. Barm t, diAm.i '
I1 ti' government, is in opposition to the lower bound to Philadelphia, with a carge of cofee, arrived at Terms, Ac, will be m b n, appl to he
r, wli,: is the immediate representative this pao on Sunday morning, in ditress having sprung a Subscriber, or to Messrs. Heny Or l Co.
people. In France, the Chamber of Prers is in leak aft being out 3 days. The Captain informs us, If not dipod of before ths Is April, thby wil, om atat
rllision with the CIhmunr of Depulti, and Ih timt he eperiencx., very boterous weather, and that his day, be sold at Auction.
hln a mnst important principle of the constitution vessel was several limes washed with tremendous aeas. JOSEPH PRUDDEN.
h bereditary ierage ; in England, the House of Part of the c lgo damnlged. Februry 1'.
fb eqallv at issuo with tim lHouse of Commons, and
l, on tle great measures Reformr-and in the 6HRIST CHURCH PARISH. TO BE LkT, that pleasJy eiesas
e uin, the Snate, or ariAatic branch, is af- House pod Prmises, lately in he occipaia
Sto be at issue with ithe louse of Representatives S.8 m9aua Jj!j of Henry Adderley, Esqure, wth immdiads
mple, on lthegreat leading question of tlliday AVING fined thse1sie of sAD at the lte of*l0 spo n.s io. Apply to
llectrion of Andrew Jackson.-N. 1. Courir per barrelof superfine Flour, Ordered, that he C. 8. ADDERLET.
dqi'er. shilling Loa do weigh ilbi. 4o., and thesixpenny Loal Janory.Stbh.
Ilb. Sou By order of the Vestrv. O R
dJldmamn's )ireetiom.--A cenlleman travelling in DAVID SPENCE, Vestry Clerk. FO SALE.
Iinror of this state, where was a iDutcih setlemen, VTrrrT Ren. 7th February, 1832. J The Hous and Prem-s at preM Mse aM
sakiee of its worthy inlihitaets, of whom he made Lby Mrs. Poitier. The Hose is ra my ad
i as to the direction of Ihe place to which Ie NOTICE convenient, withalarlgKitchenaind wbshls
L. IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Sealed Tendern will be attend, chair house and teUMi far o
*b C d,"'sid the Dutchman, giving a long whiff received, on or before the 12ll day of March neat, horses e t enime yd and grain pinsc. f l. h0 lj
S si, I can tell you so peter as no man living.- for printing the Laws, and olher public papers, according have been lately thoroughly repai nd, ab t i r pr ..
*s place, .yo gpo along tii road sntl go up a high to the provisions of the Act of the (Gneral Auembly of of the feOnces ae been mel put up.
Ilidown a low hill; making a prige over; turn de them Islands, of the 45th Oeo. ad, Ch. 14t. Every ALBO
e aream, and de first house you will conlo to will pe information will be given on applirtion to A traci of Land situated au th Vilslge, osble g50
lAi gled mit straw; go little harder den, and en- G. ARMBRISTER. acres. It is divided by then reai d iMto L
eef my brother and he will tell you o peter as no February 11th. wea lot being inltrm"an d by d ae rTd hu doeig 1
kln "--. Cn. the village into the Blu hill rod. Thi led ilh be die
NOTICE. posudofmoin ootr d melo A Wpplto
mit f Ih)ebate.-Mr. Burke, one day, in the IIE SALE of the late E. J. Solomon, Esquire's, JHN W. MILLER.
"Ia dellate, spoke sUie words rather disrespectful Stock in Trade, by order of the Executors, coo- September 17th.
manmoent. Mr. George Onslow called him to sistingofavaluableand extensivessortmentofDry Goods, FOR SALE -A. t Us Use.
tl"id he would not be silent, and hear the Hardware, &c. du&., aill positively take place by Iulilic
ilinslled. Mr. Rurke, in extllanation, said, tut Auction, early in March nest. Terms will be made Billsof Ladi ng,
ne tvetenced llis M in-sy's own pere'n, he saw known, previous to the day fixed for tle sale. Bills of ESchalen
'm for repeting His Majety's man uermat amd IE.NRY ADDI)ERLEV. Bis of 8le,
h ad hi s." Febury Blank Forms for the Custom Ilouse,
hiose" of Kilkenn. Ireland. have refused to u.der- NOTICE. L a "nd Rl s,l
tmeovery f tilhes ior the clergy. general l Court Writs,
T__o___y_._ T IIE SUBSCRIBER will put in sit, without dis- General Court Executions,
Scrijnination, all Vetnlue accounts due for the last Rills of Sale for Vessels,
L adlinhthe Cork Reporter. that in three parishes of year, with interest, if not liquidated Iy return day. Mortgages (with bond,)
i thoe e n ,found tl Iels thann t;.or p.uler. T se persons who are indebted, will govern Uhemselves Warrants of Attorney to Confeo Jnpdgment.
.I le c~ is siitiIesd is present an aggregate of acFordingnly. Poer o Atorny, C
sthkut .he mean of providing for themselves. cod y.HENRY ADDERLEY. A attorney,
_ HENRY ADDERLEY. Attoney'a Warrants,
February IRth. Arbitration Boad.s,
NOTICE. Apprentice Indentures,
ILL Persons having demands against the sulscriber, OTICE. Police W rnts,
r vIpleae render the maue for pavyent without ilE SUBSCRIBER, intending to leave this in Police Summonses, j
toI has i in conteuiplation to quit the colony; April neat, for the Inited Smtes, requests all per- Police Permits,
S indbltel to him, will settle tlhir respective sons having demands against lhi, to render tiem; and Militia Warrants,
s eor efoe the Ist day of May, ensuing. All those indebted, to make payment on or before the lith Subplrna Writs,
b onpaid alter that pieriodu, will be placed in the Februnrv. All arcoutd remaining unpaid after that Subporna Tickets,
So n Aioniy at Liw. for itniediate recover* ilate, will e Iclit at the office of G. P. Wool, Esq. for N. B.-Job Printing execulcd with neatness and di- ,
JOSEPiir S. JOIJON.SON. rcovesy. patch, upon good paper. and on moderate terus
"r" tl.h. Jarnmaro 7th. F. TURNER. January 4, lt&32.


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_o mL m a maritime moodershitteef Duverand C ais now all bilt within their grasp, sand 'lij
Jpion 11 JAN 54 .ar ca fern (Mean, q a IeaM dy their atainal l^ now -*-
.LBS AC7 O T il N lu.- a than Captain Cooke could find In the southern O(ean, impqde p delay their atlainmetas ve ths
LAT T Ar OF. TH, NaMTsLqa t e lwin or Captain Parry at the North Pole. But the world much (Applause.) The pricipl
ae wlms u ot e s M to fshe following encourages dlnt and applauds them, and believes lthe..- baid Moe tquiey and by noone was uh
ivte lli the ns Ie of sao i e as ac.asu e The public appetite miu. I stimnula:ed. It is found to he nlucicy er placed higher, sing tt
asote ihe a- til v n l I n rooe principle of
te p.Li M. t*w it be s aid was i of a the l C a in euniy departmnt IlHutannity could not Ie tr it baai-" the principle of
Kin. 'lhe Dusk was dae Lauduo, Lut Informed the Mar- pauions to ftaters so an ti 1ll the soul litnt longs after corrupted, not Uonly when the i
so. thL if Ifte uditesn would i ranied. lie woll ioulme- the inarvellmom snd de intense, so forsooth tigers and lions sight of, but when a spitlr of weri
isesy plmdam t Ais m I o iomaieseo lmned, and mast succeed the bean uimala, who could not succeed in So thought iti inugciou mo ontqllL, h i
hie Denu o wanl to oriegn gratil ing tile public appetite; sd im tigers will he soon other authority still nom to die pon sd
Ie Remi.mke Hucclem h as fr the hearr of the rohm iration- tootlme. Frol the public papersand the public talk it seem would doubtless listen with fonder revs
at ai-nrleIse peilin frm tlhe grea P.lRinliurgh meetluig-h really of all wonders tihe usto wonderful, that the world Fuo. In tlie introductory chapter of i
pe(nlle was oiest l slOedy bmelele-atnld a Ion aon up1on should hold together, or that society should co for a Fragment." alter giving it as bis opinion d
ishe nwbi e ai infrned that Ile Kieg was pl aend Ito foritight. Burking, and tlse cholera, and impeo ng ore- diffusioe ofknowledgethroughall the grldae
highly of the ability of soar of the seehesi deliveredJ as the volution,have been Tot some tine past pressed upon the public city must lead an observer to anticipate
meeting. sprecilly that of Profear Wilson. attention with such a persevering pertinacity of exaggera- volutions, and that the loue of e unoo
Trhe DLsk having (flfitled the object of his visit, and tire- lion. that, if we are believe what is aid, one hal'fof the conceived, be tim instrument by which d
saoel this anti-r.eform petition, dimned with the King. as lhe po tluliin will be analomized, the oilier half carried off would e accomplished, he proceeded i d
(;oua Ciicultr tells u., and nei t diay tIok his deplruore. by iliu cholera norbus, and all tll rest giillotined by the remarkable words :-" How will the Ho
Ia the nest puothi taxeite. psiblished Sty authority.' s .
i aly. ih e (tlanin of asTeIr y a.iblihcel .b auto. rity.- revolutioiists. But the public likes that sort of thing. It mlona conduct itself --Will it conteto iallrf
pageWly.l s appn dief Tulowitsl lLil cmmnober o t, us.- does not care a straw aoout murder, unless the said mur- gular share of legislative power, or will it pI
der sbte ,.lal Whieha ll. Ic. 1U, -"- der is most horrible and atrocious. Outrages, to recoom- haps rashly, pretend to a power conmen
Aki,.. i, theia King 1 lend t heaselves to the public, moat be most abominable, lle natural rights of the representative i ,
**TrhelaLhaltants of Klin.urgh limits ravioa most shameful, and must scandalous. Even Mr. Irving If it should do a, mwi it not be obliged i
" r l'as.sauaIrrva Raroa--OIRA4OUBLY RECEI- was going out of fashion till he got up tle scene of tlte un. claims by military force; and how long sill
*. V:L. known tongues, and peradventure when that trick grows be under its controull How long will it be I.4
SPro ntetld It Hricghnn. on Fridlay. the 14k of December, sta, he may hire one or two of Martin's tigers and other lows the usual course of al armies, and ran e
l yhius Omes the slke iet HEcdlelh. K. T. b &.". animalsto Dake an exhibition with. A lion shaking his a siaele master Will tlis master"-bu it Wi
bonerlsd, ied thihe ulisl pr,. eouh.niot e a lie. mi have son over the pulpit cushion, would be an imposing sight, follow time illustrious writer into those fur io
be'n acctle sll. we wailed till Ihe appearance t Fniliyr; t:,i- al a Iboa conssrictor would make a nost excellent door- gradations which all could anticipate, and by
aise lfo a correction of rho clerical enrr--it a l "1 st- keepe.r. W\ilat gives Cobbett his ippularity but exagg(- deed, history showed that the elxreuie of hl
she. ppearsm norrrCluoa, andool ot ily iith Knll replr. i ratuli.llg ll the tlucies What gives Ptreston unt his It- led tou that iof' rvitudo and the stormy sway d
ed as having graciously received a peraiii iin I5.viir irf r- pularily but exiagge(rating the absurdities of universal ous- s.ultsih.l inli' the nonotonous despotism afu
(Im. whidk was never pres.nlel, tberace never'i 'rl ge ani l annual Parlianients Exaggeration is t te, r- uniildil chris.h the liope,-for he was as lilket i
l thi IDt of Basclaah is libelled by auith iSy." as dr or tIe, and so it hasheen the order of days. The flatter tlle Ipeople as lie had ever been to latne
mrinsimad teo si oh verign. cutem.poraries of Sacheverell lived in eventful times, and rups rulers, regal or lordly,--lien, that as ti i
Wheu the Mioisten of a country use the ofllicl Gaette, so do we, aid so will our grand-clililre ; and if titime Englanl catte into possession of their full lritalsi
which i held to bei aihor.y" an to all act of the civil, mili. ulords nothing wotiderful to wonder at, we inlut wonder duon, they would exhibit a readier disposition ia
tary, smai legal functionaries of lde country, and for the gn- t that for we never can get on without wondering. fore to slare that matsclless blessing will on-.
cionus Ilprwnatlion of Ilia Majejty's honour and favors, as plause.) It was but too true as the cenemin of ds
0tl chanetl ion r political misrepr muiion. and grluundleru From a klat La paper. Iar vicr e asserted, tirough it Cane with an ill pu
calutonide pos t cls.maa ter of the nohisity. we think they those whose discredilablu influence was at tie an
must fdi the game they a playing desperate iaded.-Jr n WILTSHIRE DINNE'I TO LORD LANSDOWNE. onrong, it was, indeed, true, lthu when the isbuo
Uadl, Ibeeaustr i,. yOn Wednesday, lit' lillu, this dinner was given, st tite of America and of France were to be unnLa i
SBear Inn, Devizes, by the Reformers of Wilt.hire, tFtho cradles, the people of England showed tlism
Frio tht lomadm .illas. Mliquis, as a illrk of lie destination in whlich they hold tot) trely to put their hands to tle unholy sI I
'Raiggertrin.-Wonder is a Irer.iiis for lying. No- hli Lordship's character and services, andi especially as a could lie forget thia, had it depended upl ie p
tlitgli'lse isoariiinsh vIry ruol of our isoral doingand lie teslliiiony of the public gralitudl fir tie court, ie tile Noe I of' nglanid-h himsielf-one of the mtilliionsiadl
slrinig l' Ial our imp|ules as lthe love of adliiralion; to .MiirquisJ lrsuedl with respect tn ithe great ineaI uiir if I(t- he would say to be fred as they were-would ian
thdi, mas Un sariles tie, i ney, honesty, Iruls, like itelf. Iform. 1'lie Siberill of tie county, (I'iul Cobli MethIuen, before theis in the same chains lie wore wi s
T'.1 wurbl cares for not ilthat is not wooden fukl It ab- Esq.) presided on tlle occasions, ass-ist d by Ml. ILocke they lirst inet-chains oi f lhich lie feared ihml
hai coeuoisIInplace of evl dersription. It is next to a and Mlr. P'lipps.-Thougl h use iiss-inbly was very nilu- too recent, asail lie loo old to inh expected Uowsl
miracle that it is not tired (of lie sn and mnon because nerous, the arrangements were so good as to obviate the rucullecion. lie utoild not willthsianding, snwer
ilev are such oriliniry evryiday articles. They c innoi slightest rconfision. ''he party included osi)t lof tihe leadl- rountramiIe, that they wuuld exult in lle fonles
i erHggelilaled or ulIen.iualt' by hunian ingi nuity ; inlg psrsons of tile county. niiiong li"s*. pr-e.ent iCre' ristltr" iin oU' F. lihsnlien to lIthir rillis, evie l.r:'
dhere tley asnail far away from hIumnn reach. I1-t we Lord Andovel, Sir T. Fellowes, the county nruie', tI ht linpeI of ewilg galiners by if thiIni.lvesn.-(('i.
tS what we can to indl Mnmetlbing wonderful in the sun (Sir J. Astley and Mr. Benefit) Sir A. Mall,l ('ol. But they would Ih Liminers; i wns imosnihe ilusm
an,.I stin. by mineasn of telescni as and ithories. Dleued Iloulton, Major Oliver, (Cptains Taylor anld lir-iling, prose iehrw'ts. England--rrgel elsd Elnga
be thIe nman wluN found nut or conjectured that the sun was R. N., Mr. Long and Mr. W. Long, Mr. T. lMuoru, no lunIger, as hitlerto, shuin- forth inmperecdl,luril
a hlio of Ice ; and if any one should prove that it is a the distinguished pot, Mr. Talbot, of Laycock blhey, Iterst IniHui-as sort of lillfi-mlion of freedota, i,
stamp engine or a gas nianufactury, he would have a nine lMr. 1'. Scrope, &c. segment of her orib shrouded in gloom; nor could ik
days' imsuurllity for his paiOa. Nothing that is not won- [On the occasion of Mr. Moo e's IAalth being prolin- feeling qftident that under the auspices of ais ii
derful is thought worth relating or worth hearing ; there- Ied by the Chairman, tlatgenlleman rose and nmadu tim notle friend whou tlley were tIha day met to bls-i
fore, as something must he said, ever) thing i exaggerated, following speech.] whooa manly, exlpnsive, anil ienevoletl spir a s
drawn out, dresed up, bloated io a miricrl, pulled, and Mr. Moore felt peculiarly gratified by the kind maw dearer ambition than that if seein Iis llou aw
dielssed, tlill i bip enough to Ib stared at. Every air is whieh his friend, tlhesaC irman, had associated his ligelt and hiippy-- couli not doilbt dul, Mni
thing teM be omensnfid to render it stimulative to die name with Ireland. Nothing, indeed, could impart it iuspires, full ju.tice liht yet ne duune o this
esal appaise. If a farmer finds a large turnip ia his him livelier emotions of phlasure than connecting Isis and it might te even his lt In ite ailo to *y, hims
fields, he must blem the wonder-lnving public with an ac- unaie with die country of his birth. lie had intenul to died, I, too, ltb.mng to a nation of freelco."--[O
cmasuet hi cirumferene and weight, till all the readers of content himself with simply expressing his thanks fo the
the beat possible instructors, front tihe Land's End to honour they had conferred upon him, ansi siloueld iterhps IIal.rtlossa ,JaJnuartW, I
Johnny Groat's, are in possuion of lle interesting fact. have done so, had not that been the firlt iime it had fallen aurl ing.-Tlhe crinm which rhel, this iue Sni
that in Mr. Somebodyis amid, somewhere in Eegland, there to his lot to meet an assembly of ai Ii riendls ant neigh- to srine ealent in England, and appears ets ibe
was aenM vry louqe turnip. If a hail-storm breaks bors since the great question of Reform had come to be bIusiness. Tel title is derive from a mai ma
sae Piplkin or gs bottles, we fartbwih ind for the agitated-a quMlion which was not only srrayieng on the Burke, we first rilnml nwnced tiIw horrlilh prsatied
masteaghe em days the anmolonoMu narrative of such one side or ihe other, for or against, all thle Iltinkinig spirits persons to supply surgrens willI ssbir.c foti lr
a edo ar st as never occu rrd in hbe rwetllection of our proud empire, but whoe progress Europo itself was since iich titme, other have iadl,,oplte tllis noi s
f thl dadl W lishiln, who generally makes it a point at Ittt moment watching with olually divided synpatlies. procuring sulsistenc, n and L.ohulon ;ai Itwon li**L
o la'e his y ehrae ewry new earm ; the hail- All lilt who wihed to keep rie binmun mind, if not in of active business in I:.,s wr. As.i aI of tI5IsP
lstoes are accurately mamed, ilh, of course, a liberal darkness, at least in tim ponumbral bit-by-hit" liglt, tics of Europe are tra st. rried ti Is li rcIsnl.
mllorwace of whet they my Ia by melting during the wach a came dimly from the distnt wisdom of our an- expect Io havs this anIinI tihe Iu iImber-Lbulnetis
proses s itf a mL Tarice happy the old maid cestrs--all those who were now looking on with trembling their it would lie found psiitaibli.
whioc tll essIa minU tabirth,e ycially if oneor two solicitude les the dreaded illumination should sprenl--less It is lanentable fac, slat, nouwitimandliimtO
oheeld h4ppe I maie their entrance into thiu roublmaw the Tory propagators of their dark heresy in this coun- societies institute to enlighten in i p1ulh mil ",
wardnwith me Or fsa thaa the average number of try shodd be defeated, and the important truth evinced, diffise moral and religious princiilh's. criis ha
hsdsleqgs.alluor eyl. ThebmeaMplmrswhich u-sd o that England, free Englandis might wils salitly be made frightful progress within few sears. ers-
be atd sem whslwasping on inlheworll, .arenod most free. (Cheers.) While the sticklers for aoliqualod asbses open a paper without eeing a ssll-sppli. Od
aIlead in peoponrio so the stimulus itey presm to a -the worshipprs of the lst of time-were holding their lendar. This degenerc and addition to criMa
gaining curiotly, and 'heir greatest merit is to make what distempered watch, with no les anxiety was every lover owing to une rdical defect in lle method of I
inlok a s'ike as sible to tie i Ot. Evns it is of rrional freedom throughout Europe, looking to die youth, or to he introduction of a more luiihuni
e mril of a skilul artist to paint a dowdy into a Venus, Commons of England for a leson in the art of moderate living than lsuficd Ieretofore. It is naiil, da
o I ihs glory of a diurnal miracle-onger to raise the and constitutional elf-enfranchi.rsemnt, for an example of man is a tmplation to thle devil," and it is Cnol
ordinary occurrences of life into the digity olf melsing a gleat county rigling its political position illhut anr tlere is not a more certain metboi of rearmi i
ewcedingly marvellous-Thee a sotm pewe whio risk of losing its balance in the efllort, anil giving waining propensities than to be diligently eoplml"e in 0
cannul tell the trh if Ihey would; their eyes are made to bad masters of tlle people, without conoerling thle peu- and honest oecualtion. There is a alse and'
of magnifying glass, and their ea irntemify every sound Ile into worse masters thiemolves. (C'eers.) To iIhi pride existing with manvwhlid prnv*ints tIhiceh~a
inlo thunder; aliry are ervr sn'iug what noboly ever Ilcthe classes of observers lie, Mr. Moore, woulk proclara i their children at somne'neci;hnical tra5I'; 'ad l
aw before them, all mortal to their view nae grsls or that of the ultimate success of the present struggle for free. i ounces are not unfrequcntll ruinous to tie futun.
devils, miracles of virtue or aeasers of vice ; they neek dorm there was not the slightest doubt ; that there yet might of their offspring. 'I'Those a lo are llhu raie
after wonders as the citizen disclmd his eon to mork after he interruptions and delays, rendering their progress to the ness, and come to the age of manlhood wide "i
maiey- iey fld thm hoently if they ran, buet all I oal les smooth, but none that could render their arrival at trade, or profession, are tempted to resort Ito
events they find them. These people, as Iey se every it less certain. (Applause.) It only remained then, fur some other crime, to sustain thenselves in teir
thing through the nmedium of a tremendous imagination, the people-eml when he said tlle people, he meant tile It Ishald, therfre, he hlle apeoial care of pn1
late every thine through the oedium of a emeaodous great mass of intelligent persons of all ranks and stations til into their offspring, from their earliris inas. I
resaltration. All th'eiradjectivesare superlativea,ndall who constituted the mental powerof this country, and who princi lles and industrious habits. The lase" ,
their verbsa e intemnitivns. They make chermiag corom would, Io truslsd, ever gilde and modulate ihe physical rated a child, wioe had not Iwen lauelb a trlade
pondenls for country newspaper, and when they get power. lie referred to the noble Lord opposite, so lek parlitg his father, had a s.hularry lTert, anil i
I rismiin of a giNdl thunder-storm they make it reound than hi humble born self. both in their distinct spheres at the present tinm, would probsi'l dliininish t I
through the cirrulation of a pal.r till the readers are mI- equally forming a part of hait social system in whose of in~ les inour lails and pernitn'itiir's.
nmlst dfe.Rned with !the realinc of it. The people ane movement sll were alike interested,and through which a P n
also capital travelklrs; they nerel ot go far to make dis- light of freedom wia about to be difusin, of which they A f'rlo, during the r "oa e il.u i 'a re
ctluies, for Ihey matnfactne theot as they to alone, would all prlni.ipal.t. It .nly remained, he reut-ald, for i ena a ,r I .. ."' "th,,h' htor'h) '
They can fes malat woders hremen Canerhery and Ule people it siw thl,,.,eiitss hlv imohlraln anud 1Ivent iner' on. .. iIn ecrrt rei ..It 1 ,'"
Duver than Bruce could discern in t Abyiia, and stlf-coDmtantd, wrtthy of the ietiistilahlc boon lwhih wa.s low.-Ji.,ru Bit!!




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I. I !<.!! \ wi''lft h kI ]' f •! S'tif ^n^aiWff UvBtw 9S t'-NKOKTUNATK VISIT TO Tlit C VTACOMlJ>. ''*'*'• i a" moulli parclicd with tliirsl. fuiHi!iul?ly hour, fakes the court twiuf^ years. 1 4,,,^ TIk' Cataconil.s rc on ih' nmith of tho ciy of Paris, t>fu\ coiimrr>uiih ill tht? Wn-p Hoii van! (|uarrl(>s uiidur thu riiy ami suhtirh*. Sinrtr 17,'ht the deseent. At ih*tout of ih<"4lep< yon .iit!; variety of pawnee;*, yon pome, at h'n,'th, to a sort of VttftiilMih*, 41 iIk? faither end of which thi re is a hhuk oaken door, over uhkh !*> this iiis(ri|>tion, — /fax ultra mrtaa tftfitifxtrnt hratam xpnu rrpfriaiUts." This in tiM'diMir that open into theiMj a-vfiil raVern which coni.iin the rehes of nn)hon of th<' di;ih 1 tell osiiT a larije stone Hal upon my face. This rather stunned and tdiliged mo to resl upon the stone, where I sat me down lnm<,'ry, thirsty, and worn out with fatigue, and a mind fdled uiili the most j.doomy appreliL'nsions. How lonj^ I had IxM-n in tliese dreary dungeons I could not tell, but oi\ rolerring to my watch, I found it still going : I, therefore, wound it op, and, placing my amis upon my knees, 1 rested my head upon my hands and fell asleep, if sleep it could be called, thnt was accoujpanied by such horrid dreams, which, to my fancy, a ppeand frightful realities. At one time 1 saw the whole mass of bones with which I was surrounded rising up as if at the woid of command, of my labour, and hae, m reward Un ation. a judgment in my lavour mandcr, in the adTersry' army, has fuinu ceeding. IMy triumph ;< turned info ho *^ef, llmyr;r"^ ""' '^'-^^ n. ^*^ a '^'* in i> .11/ "''•urninw. u *or iiistea•< 1 kith which *"^"*" sailor, who wished to carry a dohur Ky command '^^ ^'*^^' ''^ ^''*^ evening a mun came to me. an u.1,1 r. l ..., :r .. i1 i i. ' the atfewnf, I directedhun to widi: straight ur, an,l hit as if my every hmb was crushed to a mumu.y. ^,, ,,„,^>,,,, ,^ ,,^ ,„ ^„„, ,^ j,„,,, ,,,,2!' '.'''^*''f^ ri— I wmmn I^DOKi^A' lia<^i;.%, i:lifor. ui:o\i:.^iiAv, I i:iiKi iitv r^ii, i •.:!•. Till. iiAH\.MA AK(ilS. MH., I— ..\>. I.XV. men, of the darkness uikJ uncertaiikf? of vour' *^*'" irm my lamily to fuggary and laimne. I inn"^'"' *"'*' H' darkened it with absurd and cwitradicto'''"^*' I'ounded if with chicane imI sophistrv. Yy„ j"!*'' •'*' fi|. me trom any share in the conduct of my own • **'^'*ieil ence was too (h^p tor me ; I acknowledged it^^i"'*' ^^' deep even fof ywirselves ; you have iu;ul lUe *',****"**'*' that you are yourselves lost in it ; yuu err, and vou" ^^ for your errors. — Burke. ^ ^i>^M^ PUIM.ISMKI) SKMI-WF.KKI.V IN .\\8S.%U, S. P. Thr Red Sm.'^Mr. Mad. fen, a late trav*.||pr in S Kgypt says :— •* Oiie of my lifst wfejectf, at Sufx nJl^^ tain if the sea waH htvdid^ie opj>osite the town m cfA "** ""f"!"-!] Iw „ At eight iiuhe evening a iiiun came to me. and ojrerwi ** the attpwpf, I directed hiin to widi: straii-ht acros ;*^' and .he l,r.,h s,,.o,.c.d ou. of my body. A. other .inu, ^il^^^.Z,: UeZZZZ<^Z:i:2'V"' there was nolbmg but conlusion, noiso and fighting for i ed slowly and steadily, hi-* hands above his bead'a!!|'*** the hones ol each individual, who appeared fitting itself ; minutes he was on the other ide of the Red ,,*** sprung up m the In^st manner that I could, and went"t"JI ^'%^''^^\^ "'-' ^''^ * ^'^^ •'^"/ gt inches MlnK^;^ 1 JI iJ"'<'e. where his chin was in the wafer my loni? bM. now to follow his course, aud gave him another dollan^, umdrr\h^|^y a','^-1, w^T^M^^^^^ Uie ..ones of each individnal, who appeared htting itself minutes he was on the other of the HedH,r;; sentedtopunaparty,a.M..amiM. I ;horreatI. ^l '< Prepannirlor a ,x.v.ew.-\V awake or return, he told me what k-ew ,0 be a fact, that h. .^ *•.-... I...!.! ..„L ir • It w M ; 'leep, I must huv.,' remained in this stute tor some t nio. t^ery step atros— the deepest part being abom the nmi? ame hotel as mysj-lt. in Uue >:. Marc, to visit these inAt length I opened my eyt^, and saw, at some distance '''' ^"-he water was up to his ehm. I '^^ tern. I regions. My p.Mir servant, ^andy, wanted very from me, a glare of light : benundied and stitf as I was, much to iM-fMiadi' m oir ihis subterraneous otcursion, ami I ^ ^ "• "'•* spoke in strong t.Hn.s of iluhorrors of such a visit, and na.ds it ; but, on proceedinga few paa-s, it suddenly dis' ""'T' ,""'':,/'" .7"" "^"'^ "' "'^ ^^'^' ^y l>g be,rt„ o( the danger of discBfo loui iho nox oim vai>ours He •.,.„..,. .ii 1 .u "''''"" ^ [^ j s, u sumu ni> nis ,|„,(e dry. J he tide was now coming m from awJi..? loxioim vapours. 11. [ ..pp arcd I then began to the rorrec|ness of my „„, we reached the imd.Ue of the .ea, my ludun Jll intellect, and my iiiurLMnation boL'an really to form the I imprudent t() proceed further as I was iwt an txpertilrJl' most oxtravagant notions ; 1 raved and called alotMi in the j Had we remained ten niinutes lunger, we shooM ^"*' hen tiied also hiweloipicnce upon our fellow-lodgi-rs, but all in vain. (;o we would, ami go we Jid. Poor Sandy thou liaoi now berofftr whnT fhen thou hn.Nt stich dread of— a parrel of dried bones. Tliy head now rests upon a lap of eaith, ill the churchyard of the bonni*' town of Ayr; but thy heart, which was always io ito right place, I have no doubt keeps its station. And whcro ar our two other companions? Alas! they also have paid the debt ol most vehement iiiann<;r, stamping and running to fll|il fio, • have sharee.en, when one of them rai>. d mv curiosity bv rr-.l. ..f ti 7i' "TW "n' • ^1'^' . l-4,i^. ... ,K„H, whH-h h,d o„ n.omlZ ^„ i^ I,"''' "' "" '""""• '""' *'"' '""' '"-' "'"<^^'' <"" ' than bad halnmo ben discoven'd in any otiief. Thit,b 'td, w, to Ut s.^n ai S4mie distanci? from wlwwe wc hard substance whichfelled me to llm ground. I^ndon Bridge, was from two to three ra.fes broad^lie ^rf HM....... ., ., I Ill ference hetween the et)b and ttow I aaerrtained to h . l„ lb. event put a pr.od to my troubles .n tl catacomb,, ,,„ „„hes." Mr. Mad.len go^ on to say tJaf he cai't^ tor when I came to m>self I f, und 1 was snug in mybed himself the only Kuropean who had wa^kii IclolTZ at tlie Hotel Montmorency, with my faithful Sandy at my \ he i.s mistaken. Napoleon and sume FrrT,rh ofliceii ami side. It was a long time before 1 could collect myself so I the Red Sea higher, and very narrowly escaped iliowmi% as to satisfy my mind that th's bad not all been a horrid 1 their return. ^ dream but the wound on my head was a fact which I felt, and I, therefore, was the sooner convinced that it was reality. Sandy's turn now came to detail to iim' his alarms, and his exertions to recover me. Tbcv had heard the' were Ibing desirous of iieting this, I projx.siMl goinf w itb tiie tfuide who had spokt; of it to ins|>,'ct it, w bile ^ rest, with ^andy, my s-rvant, continued where ihcv JH| until we reiu/ned, as they declined, on account of fatigue, accompanying us. Off, then, we trotted to the place wlivro this celebrl.;d skull was to be seen. The distance, however, iai gretter than I imagined. At length wo reached tbti s|>oi,ind, givinj methetorch to hold, he cliinkMi iniiiM-nse pile of human Ikiiics to reach the skull, which up an la< carefully pbced at the top. W iKiher it was that the foundation of this pile had Ix'en mouhlered,and had caused tJie whole to bo out of level, or what was the cause, I never couhl learn ; but down the whole tumbled, tbou^amls of loads, btirying the p.Hr L'ui.Utwneath in everlasting oblivion, and leaving me, altlioui;li unhurt, yet in tho dreadful slate of alarm and in utter darkMM, the torch having been knocked out of my hands. The crash of breaking and hiu^^en oii A most singular Ivjtus nalurtr is at present t*beiMi)t Canton in China. It is a young Chinese, nuw a|4 ihotii ir 17 yearn, with a dwarf twin, as it were, attarM le b breast, complete in all parts but the head, which ii prabiilif caverns. .'VsMtancc had been procured and more concealed within the fmdy of the other. Thi.* p|. It was the femoral opinion, that the |uUle and myself were ( *'"" "' *^* o^her, aiul teems to open a won"'"^" ""^"^ """M't being k.rd from the poor guide. Oh 'nev'r can 1 f r^i t '"''' T ""^c" '^'r' ^"' '^''' "" ^"'"^ ^""'•' '••^tJH, li^r^rs of that i.olmnt' A. soon II I canl a iS ''"'""^ '" '"" ^'''"' '''" K-tiHcation of a curiosity which 10 myself, I called hwKUy on the Kuide, but no reply caaie. I iImu endeavoureenine tkright or to the left of the path on which 1 was then proceeding, and it was not long beiere I discovered, thai I could pass on either side. In tliis difficulty, in total darkneu, .m.l under the circmiiMances of •nyhile fright, I hardly knew what to do. .\t length, as il appeared to me to bo equally uncertain whether I skmW do riiihl or wrong, by nroceed'ing onwar.N, returning jurninc off to tk right or left, I determined to k'c or ep kraight on, and leave the rx?tt to Providence. I tlierefore ki'pt walking on, as 1 conoived, in a direct line, ,mrIffines tumbling over loose hc| of bones or rubbish. tiie piks of bones ftrtier times niniiini: my ker says, th^t w^' putrons would mak*; eoo<1 wheel homes, they Mil ^^* Rills of Lading, Bills of F^xchange, Hills of Sale, Manifests of Cargoes, Blank Forms for the Custom Mouse, Leases and Reh-ase*, (Jeneral Cmirt WritK, er, and on nioticr^*^ ^^^ January 4, 1832. Siyht Dollars per annnm — In advance. -%.. THE SAII.OKVS FINERAL. The ship's bell toll'd and slowly o'er the deck Coiiif lortli the summoned eiew. iJold. tianly men l-'ar Iroiii their native skies, stood silent there With mel.uifholy brow. From a low cloud •J'hit o er tlie horizon hover'd, came rhe threat 01 ilHiaiit iiiijiicr'd thunder. Broken wave* \Un-\ up their sharji white helmets o'er the expanse (H oeei'i, which in brooking stillness lay l,,kisoiiic vindictive king, who meditates Oti h.'iirded wrongs, or wakes the wrathful war. 'f... .hip's bell loll d : and Io a youthful form VVImd oft had biddly dared the slippery shrouds At I'iKhnKhl's watch, was a burden laid I>.jwu at hiscmnrades' feet. Mournful they gaxeU I lou his sunken cheek, and some there were Wiiu III dial bitter hour remembered well The paninx blessing of his hoary aire. And the big tears that o'er his mother's cheek Wi'ril coursing down, when his beloved voice lifrtalbed its farewell. \\u\ one who neare^t stood To that pale, nhrouded corse, rfunembered more ; or b wbi:n coffaiie with its shaven lawn, AiiJ blossonul helge. aud (.f a l.iir-hair'd f.Mrl Wfio. at her lattice veild wiih woiidbme. waieh'd Uiil.i^t, tar step, and then lurii'd back to weep. Aj)ilcl..Ne (lilt roinrade in his faithful lireast, l/i(f a briahf rheslnut buk. which tlie de;id youth ll,-l sever'.l w ith a cohl and trembling hand 1.1 life's extremity, and bade him f), WilhlnoKci words of love's last eloquence. To his blest Now that chosen friend B<)w d low ins sun-broniied lace, and like a child, &6b d lu deep sorrow. But there came a tone, near as the breaking 1 n o'er stoimy seas 1 AM Tin: IlKSrRRECTIO.N. • ^ Evry hear* *||)rss d Its jjrief, and every eye was raised. ~" Thre stood \hr chaplain— his uncovered brow louMrkd by earllily passion, while his voice, ki. h at the balm from plants of Paradise, fusrtui (he Eternal's message o'er the uuls (>l .lying men. It was a lioly hour Th.'re lay (he wreek of youthful heaufy— here Bfiii MK. Hilling m.oihood. while sup|M.'rfing faith f'lM tier >(rong anehor 'neath the troubled wave •IVf. .as a i.hinge I—The riven s. a complained! IViidi liom (his hrmy fiosom t.>ok her own. Th. wtii| fountains of the deep lift np TlM-ir siibd rranean portals, and he went l> to the floor of Ocean, 'mid the feds W brave and lie,,n(diil ones. Vef (o my soul Jill the funeral pomp, the guise of wiJe, Tl'mononieiiial grandeur, with which earth W.ilueil, her dead s(mis, was naught so sad, >'iMiine. or sorrowful, as (he miife sea UjitiMug her mouth to whelm that saih>r yomh. ^Vtf thr Jamaica Courant, Frhrnnn/ Xth lS.{-> TKKMl.NxTION OF MARTIAL LAW. J v!'"""' "*""•'* '•''^<^'''^^n^y !• (Governor, '-'Nitinuiiii: .\ ...,i,| E,,v, this city y.-sterdav, at •a.HK ; .„„| y^,, .^rv soiry to state that the ceneralopi las, ih ,t such a proceeding was pr. luaiure, iiu.smuch -ver.,1 desjMTate characters arc still in the w.M>ds of jnia-jd and .M. Cieorgn, and many iiegro^'s in si-veral •fcrUnslH.s, have been lately taken up on suspicion. JpTit of discontent and iiisuburdinution is also evi^. and although tkexiH-nce which ik Law Martial uuly hojie IS m Ik firmness of our RepreM:.nta,i>. . hoi from what we have recently witm-SM-d, we kgm to enlertam some doubt of their political integrity. (Jao measure is slill left to us in the evenl of ikij not doing their r*I?i** r 'f •?' '** "'''""•''*'* *'"'"'•"' '•"un.s, and to teimeiii fearlessly, that they must do their duty, and tell the (.ovcMn;>r In-re, as well as tk CJovernment at home, tliut they Will allow no turilier inlerf.;reuce with our slaves until we are fully coi^^-nsated. The iieriud has a. rived when It beeomes a matur of ckice, whether we uie to bend our necks to the yoke of the Moikr Countrv or defend our properties as men and Britons, for it apm-ars to us that no sooner are our lives, fur a short peri.Hl, placed oul ol danger, than our projHuiies aru to be wresied from us tor the mere gratification of a faction in ilm Mother C>ountry, who have avowed their deierminatmn lo complete our destruction. The praise which the Fail of Belmore has kstowed upon the militia forces of the island, are as just as thev are well merited ; and it is a gratifying tact ihai His Majesty s troops co-o|Mrated with them i„ the most /.eahms and gall lilt manner. The loss xustaimxl by tho regulars and miliiia have been very triHiiiL', while that of the insurgents has been very great, independant of the military executions which took place bv virtue of the Courls only tribunal by which rebels and incendiaries ou^ht to be tried. From the Jama'ua Cnurant, Fthruarxf \\. The following very gratifying htter, from th.' Commander of tlio forces, was received here (in less than 24 hours) yesterday afternoon ; and we anxiously hope that the view which Sir Willougbbv Cotton now I'akes of the state ol affairs, may k fully verified, allliougb we confess we have our own forebodings on the subject: Head-Quarters, Montego Bay, Keb.y, 1832— ,5, p.m. Sir, Ihave much pleasure in acquainting you, for the inforniatirie idand, we are to admit ; but the toneof re'oclamation is most objectionable. His Lordship ^he negnK's, m plain terms, that if thev do not ^TTc ^""'y *"*'"''"^* ^'" '''*^e n o'^"^ tende h ..u!r! V 1 '"";i*"'* •"^^•"'i'^'"* of the (iovernmeni, ^"Hue their condition;" ami thus, telling tkm in ^C !: "' ""' *'^'^'^^"'"^'" '^ill 'Io for tk-m, what ifthl"'"^ *•'"'"" *'^ violence" the e.)vernmeni are determinrHi that we are to be sa^ai n' 7*,*"""^' '*"' ^'^^^ ' ^*^> tk ktter. By ^^U,:T ''"' '''''*'"^*'' •* ""' *-^''^ tk expense, of! *^ Crr '''"":"'^ ''^^^ ''^-n ''acrificed-our lives 1 Den threatened, an,l instead ol tk rebels king i 3s hom?7 ^'•."••'.^""''^ '^-t'^ronr foes, both here and t ^ ^^Z:}T\ 'rr'-'f-^""^ ''^'" t" any further reklliun, j on London, December 2.'>. We have received Dutch Papers to the 2()ih instant. They Slate that accouiiL* had been received from Russia confirmatory of the report which had been cuiient of tlie reluctance of the Emperor of Russia to raiity the proposed Treaty between Belgium and Holland. On the subject of the expedition to Portugal, Don Pedro's friends preserve a praiseworthy sileii' e ; and in consequence, nothing is known either of its extent or of its destinalion. The apprehension of it siill set yes to keep alive the fear of the King Miguel, and in this way, if no other, it will k serviceable to the cause of ouiragod humanity. A fog, as dense as any with which the metropolis has ken visited for years, commenced yesterday afiernoon about fiiur o'clock, and continued throughout the night. The mails and the other coaches were conducted o it of the metropolis by men with torches ; and for a considerable portion of the evening, tk most public streets of the metropolis, notwithstanding ihe vivid light of the gas, were involved in almost iuij)cnctra!de darkness. We are happy to say, that up to a late hour no account af any serious accident had reached us. — Observer, LivtRPOoi., Decemkr 27. We are glad to see that there has just been published by order of the House of Commons, An account of all Pensions on the Civil List of England and Ireland and the Hereditary Revenue of Scotland, on the 22d of Novemlier, 1830." — This is a very curious document, and jS'ill k useful in enabling the lax-pa' ing jieople of England to estimate, at least in part, some of the reasons why the aristocracy and their hangers on arc so anxious to continue the present system of government. It has certainly to use Mr. Canning's phrase, '* worked well" for tbeni so that those who, after looking over the Pension List just published, shall feel any surprise at the obstinacy with ..H -H.l. ;,l,le 10 t„,.l ,,n.M.,>i aU.ui Mki, ihot, f |.U who have any .hui ..1 preleuce for nceivmg the pubic money. All tho otkrs are tho of noble and right hon I .uijxTs, whom tkjir relations, though rolling iu wealth, find it inconvenient to support, and who have in coiiseipience received iH-nsions, ami .ire now liviiu' at tk expense of the (H'oph'. The greatest part of tk i^msioners are femah's, ami with the utmost respect for thes^x, we must say ikt we never liear.l of tkpublic H.rvires of thoc holies, and gieatly doubt whether they ever lemh red any. We are not, however, dispovnl t.. sjK-ak .r ilmik harshly of them ; Ibeirdependint situation is their a|Kdogy. Tie, burden of bl.inie ouirhtto fall on their mible rt lalives, many ofwkni aro wallowing in wealth, ami who not only a'lh>w their niothers, sisters, and daughters to kr sup|>)ried in this disgraceful manner, but who are continually sirivini; to •piarter fresh hosts of them on the public. We find aiuonirst the names of the fi-mah-sihus supported, those of <.athcarl, Horrios, Fit/.gibkn, Murray, Straagfoid, Bouxerie, Bentinrk, Dundas, Railstock, RoiIm-s, Pelbam, Ht/.roy, Arburtlmof, Bathurst de Rtws.Cockburn, Croker, I l.intd, ami Rae, ami every one aoiuainietl with tho names of the British mdiility, and of tk rvants of tk) ( rown, during the last twenty years, must know that those are the names of bulies klonging to families who either are, ormight have kn-n fwssessed of great wealth. The Bathursts aro iininensdy rich, and the Dundassei have leceivedmore of the public money than any oiIhi family, and yet they are not ashamed toallow the females of their family to live on public charity, for it is no ktter ; and after this tky complain that the |Moplo are diaiitied, and that they do not res|)cct the aristocracy IRELA.ND. The state of Ireland is most terrific. Tho Lord Lieutenant il will k recollected, returned hastily to Dublin lr.)m a visit he was making to Sir Richard Lovinge, r)ii account of an attack of tic Houleurrur. Tk nighl of his return, forty additional men were placed on guard at tho Pigeon House — precautionaty nn'asiires wero taken at the bank— and the next day, the 2fUh, tho public depart•cnts connected with the army were in active prepaiaiioo for miliiary movements. This is ipiitn riL'ht, for although Dublin is, at this moment, |Mrfecily ipiiet, the Lord Lieutenant feels com|H.||ed to mako arrangements for defence against the fwrty by which his Lorlship and his collcagiu* are kept in office. That |>Jirty letting them know, with the autlmrity of hard task-masters, that tk instant they hosiiate akut going the full ixtcnt of their revolutionary demands, thai instant the government is to k thrown off and spurned with contempt. At prt'sent there Is scarcely any government in Ireland. The administration of Irish' affairs is a series of ex|Mriment— no real business is doing in tlN> public oflices, e\ery thing like system is paralyzed by the unnatural alliance between the Lord Lieutenant and' tk Afitators. Since O'Connell has thrown off the governiwfot, Dr. Doylo is tk great man— that Doctor Doyle, in whoM diocese the resistance to tylhes first ks are moving in all directions in Kilkenny, Carlow, .'ind the adjacent counties. What alarms tlie well disjMjsed {topulation, is tk fact, that, there is no civil or niiliury functionaiy near tkLord Lieutenant, in whose ability iky have very C09fidnce. In Mr. Stanley's alisence, lrehiid appears to k governed by LordCloncurry,tk |K>pith Bisiiop Doylo, and Mr. Blake ; but why is Mr. .Stanley not ikrc ? If molancholy tidintrs reach us from that ill-fated country during the week, k will n^proach hints* If fir king •!>. sent at such a dangerous crisiM, wkn be knows as widi ai we do, that fkre is nobody in authority in Dublin, caiMbI of liivetiiiL' tk difhculitus which are impuodins Bull, of Dec. 5. ^* okn *eir L"'''?. '"''^ •''^r"^" "'>'">*•'•' proceedings ^11 oTime;''' '"'"'' "*'"'' ^'""''"<-.V than to defeat the "itnijuns of government to improve their coodi ouse • of Assembly will now sliorily meet, and our F.rtrmnHnary rf.— We find the foUow g exfraordinary case in a Medical Journal >f ye^ler.lav, where u m publuhed which the Walsinghnms', the' C.thcarts, the' Cockbums' I "" '^^ ;"'^"/"> ' t}' ""'•% M.R.C. H..0I Warmmster:tk Newcastles, the Stranirfords, tk the I) in: n '.* f ". 'v; ^^'TT ^"T' ''[ .'""-"-"Kh. near 1 .1 A I ,1 1 i 1 '^'"oos, nic I'unf.lastonbury, S)merse, having roui!ht him three dauifbier. dasses, the ArburlhnotMhe Bathursts, tk Crokers,and the \ m surcession, and m. .on. k wassoduco,.. eneTaf the "epej! Kaes stick to the rotten boroui:hs,aiid the system which I •'d disappeak to her. On rhe approach of his wile's fourth croifmemem, he rep-;ifcd this vow. Tq his great j.y. his wife jpte birth lo a #/. and nofhinp ocrurred lo lessen his satisfaction, until the child f*egan to sjirak. To his asfonishraenf and distrett^ he then foimd. that while the inty would readily atldress his mother and sisiers, and. indeed, ao* female, nothing could induce him to utfer a word to hu faiher, or any male person. This sitigularily conlisaed during the whole of his father's life (thirty year^) ; entreaties, threats, or promises were of no avail, and the unhappy mn frerpienfly Uwailed, wiih tears, the distressing consequences of his rah vow. On the deathof Mr. Ilicaint, which happene<| afnjut two months since, the \i. r m. to the astonishment of all who knew him l#ei;;m to ^ ilnenily to males as well as females, although lr thirty years previously he had never itfrn heard to utter a word to any one of (he former sex. Mr. Ilig. they have produced, will pay a compliment to ilu;ir disinterestedness which is very little deserved. They have each and all sufficient reasons, in the Pension List alone for supporting our '* venerable constitution ;" and ik-y have only too much cause to fear that a Reform Parliament will put an end to a system, by which tliosc who are loo proud to work, but not too proud to k-', are sui>porteil at the exjMjnseof the nation, and by taxes .screwed from an industrious, and in loo many cases, a starving people. Of all the metMfli by which the public Ihoney is misapplied, the Penilon List is the most scandabusly otwn ami barefaced, tboiirh |)erliaps not tk mot mischievous. Having carol'ully tAJiiiincJ tiie account pjst published, wc .1 .ii; i I i if i 1 m


f <* V t p ^ I ? J 1 I iflH 1 i H^i Zl)t m*n'^nmn ^vunn l^iiM UMi im inUrt Mill ; ht* m ut . as loiisolidalud act, for tlc abolilioii ol lliu .Slave lradf, Uie t Mr hi fiioihrr uimI itter, and iiMiiy och#T rmpectahlr j>rr(i, crural Court, aiiiJ tlie Court of Vice Admiraltv, of this I •oi. fo ai(ir*iihB iruih of thi iiMrraiive. — 7w/i ////. /Af. litely f-ivotirBtl vridi ftUtt of news)M)M;rs from New Orh'ans and Mubih;, brought by the •lo<>|* Bob, ('M|iin Clarke, from the last mentioned place, whfMictt lw arriven to side with tlie rights of iIm* (M-oplf, iloe wIm* were rot quite so iHpieaniish, and who CAHiUl write film in Militia orders, in praise of our w>flhy n a smeciire f;ilary of JCI'M^slerlin},' per annum. We are awan that the act allows and names such a pertm for Turks Islands ; but as iIh; situation is one deemed hmIoms, it has l>oen allowed to renuiin vacant for seteral jrevrv, — all Salt I'ond shares, Ac. beinij rejfuLted by the C'oiMmusioners. In the present depressed state of our T\ni heavy expocially, in a dispatch which 1 had the honour to receive from the Lords ol' tlie Treasury, dated MhU October, 1830. As the act of the 22d December, iH^ti, under which the fees of the lnstanc|kind Revenue Court of Admiralty, are taken, will expire this session, I recommend you to add an enactment to any new Hdl upon the subject, assimilatifitf the char^'es aiid the ex{ences, in all cases uf proceedings |[|ainst Slave proprietors for a breach of the Law, couunonly called the consolidated I>;iw for tlie abolition of Slavery, to those which woidd be incurred in case the setxure had been prosecuted before the (jcncral Court of the Colony. J. Cakmichael-Smvtii. f JOVKRNM KNT Hoi'SK 27tli February, IH 'SK, From the JVetc-Urltam Btt RKV0LLT10NL\Mfc:xi(.Q We have Zacatecas, Mexico, [mi(iis „., December. A commercial friejid liis f* *?, '^ iSifc^ caied a posicript of a leit.r from Tawpif^j j ^ ***^ directtnl to a fn u. of this city. The mW.;;^'V^ tS^tln'' -n'W'"l^. conveys, (ully confirms our forebodini^'s an loitT •'^•Khfii'l" fr"i' ty of llkf presidential elections creating •'^ lurbaices in the M'xicati States. Tlie (ll^'""'^ ^ tenor of ll)e postscript ; *^**5 %|^ 'fc'lK Msitj^imn ^vuuts. An ex}>res de!H>atch arrived heieio-dav', the authorities of this place tliut Gen. .Sai.u i^^ ellected a movement of the troops, taken posseu"^^' city oi that iwme, and the rasiU, of San jj!!*'? 'f'^l fi iDH tlt€ Jutu HiU Soui'tnir. ^5^ff// yVn/.— There is a Mory, and whicii I be^ B(7c,'rl>v. — As it WHS mipo^sil)|e to rea h it standand •qually impossible to ascend thoui, tliey resolved to put a plank ftic vFindow, and while the heavier boy secured its bv sinii't; on ih end wuhm, the litjhter boy was j ter ithich, at any titnt durmg KoTT-riVK oayb a Tkktt j;iMH.^.'ifo_ ','• opjioMie end, and from that jK-rilous I „,^,y f^^ obtatnrd. NAMF9 OF PERSONS O^*" i^rrry ptrson uhnut to leave these hlaruls, after kuvintf resUled therein fur the spact o/tiiibtv Dav8,iwW Hi^e ,erunti, at the Secretart,^, OJire, mryut up hi, name tn said OJifefornrTT.r.s davs previous to his d, part are— a fand demands the removal of the whole boiu^^*^^'**; We think the change will take place without Juch '*^Dv BIIN. Private Cmrtsjtondence.—l have :.-""'"' '^ 2. ..^^.i. v.a.-yin.-i^uiiu-i, III me couniy 01 Kilkenny /L tl)e following particulars of a dreadful affray W **? )(fra seiiKtnced to death and executed. Ordered to lie on the table. Mr. Henry Adderley presented a petition from Paul S. Lij^htbourn, Teaclwjr of the Public School at Harbour Island, prayinj; an increase of Salary. Ordered to lie on the table. It was moved and seconded, that the report on the state ^W ,10 reach the object of their d(>sire. So fur the tiiswered. TIm little fellow took the nest, and, in it five fledt'ed youii^ lirds, amiounced the news licumnanie sary ^^ '''^' Treasury be referred back to the Committee •€ce|(abh; lo Sir J. C. Smyth's uoou men, yet we deoni il as worst) than <;mtii for nothing. 1*le following is the select CcKiimittee appointed in Kii^bnd, to enquire into the commercial state o( the We India Colonies :— Mr. P. Thomson, Lord Althorp, Mr. Irving, Mr. Courtenay, Mr. K. Doui,das, Sir R. Pe.|. Mr. Hawkins, Mr. II. Villiers, Mr. Hailie, Mr. Maherly, Mr. Ilur^e, Mr. Macauley, Mr. Weylaud. Mr. KirickUnd, Mr. Cullaehan, Mr. Struit, Mr. V. Smith, Mr. Kennedy, Lord Chandoa, Mr, W ri^htstm, Mr, Protherm-, Mr. Lwart, Mr. (ioulhiirn, .Mr. Aldeman Venahhs. Mr. Heinal, Mr, Warbufton, Mr. J. Wood, Mr. (i. Vernon, Lord Sanilon. PliOCEEDIN€;H or THE HOirSE OF ASSEMBLY. MoNiAr, Febrwary iTTth, 1832. BAHAMA ISLANDS, Tlie House met according to aJjotrniuei, and adjourned until to-morrow morning at ten o'clock. TuBai>AV, February JWih, 1832. PWATtRt. Tlw foUowiuff messapet from Hii Excolhncy tl.e Oo•riMK wr dhverei by tlie Deputy Secretary of ibe Colony. • Mr. Sptmler and Gentlemen of the Houm of Assrmbtjf^ "^ Th*. reenUtions itsued by the King in Council, on the ^'.hb June, 17HI, ndative lo tlie nwnufarturing and rakinc of Salt on (Jmnd Key and Salt Kev, (comnmnly calleJ4, the force and validity of Law within tlifltiniitiof bi(;ovprnnenl. Thene repnltim home. His Maj.-stv having iH-eo pleased fr.Mii the time when ihese valuable Islands were umiod to this Ciovernownt, to llie Salt duties to be added to lh(;eneral Reven.H. of this Colonv, it is only just and roaKmable, that Ihe Salary of th; King', ('ornmander •liould be4,favMk*U>r in tlie annual lirycvoe and \p. propriation Bill. I have, therefore, lo rocmmend to tinMouse of Afsembly, to make provision for the sum of one hundred and s..venry one jHHinds, eight shillings and .six tHMire. tor the Salary tor tla* Kind's Commander at Turks Islands, lof the ensuing year, cence Ik^ granle.1 to John Oo.kI. Esquire, as his ^.hrv from 'the I, •iith of June, 1831, to the twimty fourth both days inclusive. The sixth of" June. IS-U, is thedav on which Hit Majesty was pleased to ap|M)intnient. The Salary has l)oen calculated at tlie And the (piestion luMiig put, and after a debate thereon, 7' he House divided. y'eas — Mr. .Nesbitt, Mr. Malcolm and Mr. Montell — 3. AViyj — Mr. Storr, Mr. AimbrLster, Mr. Weech, Mr, Sands, Mr. Wildgoos, Mr. Miller, Mr. C. Duncome, Mr. Sawyer, Mr. (ireenslade, Mr. Saunders. Mr. II. Adderley, Mr. a. Adderley. .Mr. C. Adderley and Mr. Tayloi— 14. So it pavsed in the nagative. On motion, the House again resolved itself into a Committee pi' thu whole House, oa the estimates, petitions, and acroiinis, Mr. Taylor in the chair. Mr. Speaker having rtwuiiM'd the chair, Mr. Taylor rejioned progress, and requested leave to sit again. Restdved, That this House will again resolve Itjcif into iIr" said (.'iMumittee. Adjourned until to-morrow morning, at len o'clock. FVom OH American Paper, POLAM). We ropy from the Times of the 8th \ovenil>or the following invitation which i% *u tlie course of signature, by the most digtinguish-Ml P*lish pntriots in France PZni Ei. ;land, addressed to tlie Polish people. It is coocheJ in language and breathes a determinalion worthy of the gallant tmn from whom it proo.^eds and the noble race to whom it was directed. Theyacem determined not lobecome the slaves of tlie Autocrat, but to s*ek, in our coneenijil soil, an asylum where they may wait more propitious days. Address to the Poles hy their Countrymen in England and Franee. Poles ConfMlent in liic enh^htened spirit of the ago, and in tlic sanctity of your cause, you rose to throw off the yoke of ilie oppressor. The world in astonishmeot, has witnessed your achievements ; but nations whtmi honour, duty, and even interest, commanded to assist you, Iwve pusillaniiiwusly betrayef ' ^l*^' "•^"•^*';^ *^ •"' ^'^"' 7 ''^^J^iny HM>ri^ hy .1.^. :./ -, /r • V > ""'^***" -^Itatiiw Jjirleesiiiree in one hand, and two in the other ; ami limling themselves descending, fluttered out their ijoBs iwstinrtively. The boy, too, had on a stout car,.'ifiOck, secured round the neck, which, filling with air Bflj bem-ith, buoyed him up like a bjdioon, and he de n(ld4i'^<'ll''y to the ground; when looking up he exi,ed lo his conqwnio/i, 'Mow you shall h;ive none!' KJrM''')i'*^"'"' in every limb, to the astonishment of inbabiuiits who, with inconceivable horror, hud wiliiedliia descent. ABOUT TO OBTAIN TU HKTS rR U PARtl^XF. ^^'' Fehra.„m Kuby ThomaH TunibuU Elizabeth Harry Apbey Wells John J. Furbes Alexan.Jer H;,rl.en Henrv All**Tu kff M;ililda Wail W. I. Alexander Catharine Mrt-s 81stl^eml !^th January H(h 2Uth Oih fill February 1 lih 1 Ifh 14th 17ih 20th any appearance of an attack. At length, on l>i f** nii'ht. at lOnVlnrL ..;. ...,. i ^..' . '* '^ night, at 10 o'clock, eight men armed, attacked tj-. l^ when the police rushed from their covert, and r them tosurrender. Seven at onceobeyed.'but {\^ refused, and attacked the police-serjeant, but lie ^^ limately secured, and tlie entire party werclrKir'td ' Bridewell. The following morning, the police fl!! that an attempt wouU be made to rescue the pr requested the assistance of the military partv to^ them lo the county jail. This was read ily 'mntdlj Lieut. Mathew of the 76lh regiment, with 20 of hi, 'a/ and 20 of the constabulary, proceeded as an ewort ^ marching about \i or 4 miles they came to a part of *. road which was blocked up with cars, and tlity verr in few moments surrounded by about 6fK) of ti.e r9„.^ many of whom were well arnifHl. Tliey calfai the otlicer to surrender the prisoners, and tliat thevtdj not injure his party. He of course refused, andajtuctti some distance in front, where he addressd the rioHndeti pointing out the foolishness and madness of !leir\ittZ' and strongly urging them to retire. Finding bii reao,] stranccs ineffectual, he ordered the road to bt rbii^ when his jiarty was instantly attacked, and a inrtirju kept up for some time, which ended by thfi|btaf 2 insurgents, who left eight of tln^rr mrscerWIod comndn W on tlie ground, and several woirndetJ. Twdvt if iejil. di and police have been severely wuumk^Ul m^ wire WAvi. Some of the cases are donbtfuL Gwr praise is due to the Iwuiane exertions of Lieut MatiM, and to the cool steadiness of himself and hi \i\\\r)m. Sir John Harvey, C. B. lnspi*ctor General of LeiMi, proci'eded this morning, hy order of gormiHifDf, Haquire into all the circumstances, and report the pvtid^ WiKrfwiraiijor. PORT or I%AAi;, 1%. p. iskonrft Praver. — Among die variety of curious paprrs of ka Wsrd. of Hackney, Kscp M. P. there was found a tew nago, a paper in his own hand writing, which reads as fol• Oh Ltrd. thou knowest thiit I have It houses in the city London : aud likewise that I have lately purchased an ese in fee iimple. in the cntmty of I'Nsex : I beseech thee to MCfTe the coimtie* of Middlesex and Ks^ex from tire and rtlHjaake. and as I have a mortgage in Hertfordshire, 1 beg ikee likewise lo have an eye of rumpas'iion on that couniy ; d for the rest of the counlies thou miyost deal with iheraas jrt p!eaed Oil, cnaMe ih'e hank to answer all hilU and make all my debtors (jol spjifioiff if that unanin.irT which, in every deparraient, nw AiM brightly. One and ;ili eprH,s their full and deeidd kmminatimi of blendirig in their varH^os lertue the lfi*sf *f trine fnim whence issues light, am) life, aad Miialii' This open and candid acknowledgment defies th mimwi Ihe scolFs of the sreptir, and sem at rest all fr%n inlW > scrupulous enquiry of the pious parent John BulL of 15.000.000 francH for the court of Rome, whifli Biy > incre*rt| to ;.ooo.iMM) francs. Rolh^childM are to idiW IO.WM),0Hf. arMf Iwve UutnA lKmi<.Hvn n*A f r|tlilr*' loan at a lower pnce than iti. TheriHniwtwMw it*>tH p'rrent. The HoriditH ; rhe prire ol K> i Hke between the Wi^ly See ;ml 0*r i;.H>tractor. The to be paid at Pari.— your. Com. twi of tik' government, is in opposition to the lower N|M!ar branch, which is the immediate representative 4b people. Li Franco, tho Chamber of Peers is in wdwilision with the Chamtier of Deputiai, and tlie 'i,on a most important principle of the constitution ^Weditary |)eera<,'e ; in Fncland, the House of .Hia equally at issue with the Housi! of Comnnms, and ipopjff, on the great measures ^Reform — and in the 0td States, th.: Senate, or arisWkratic branch, is aftube at i^sue with the House of Representatives ic people, on the great hiding question oftliedav tff--leciiou of Audrww Jackson.— A; Y. Courier EsfKirer. SAILLD. Feb. 2Gth — Schr. Loo, Young, Schr. Primrose, Hudson, Schr. Pomona, Miller, Am. sloop Azelia, Anderson, tt


ll< 9' If A t 3 : li j 1 f:'^ f' ''bi 4 i 4f •^ i i (I '-^ u 'ii ; r **4.' €^ire 3$ i[$ 01)111 0^13111 jc(. ( 'til luL-et iiioriinaritiiiie wou*!* i> Utuu en Dumm diui ('ildis tliaii ('a|iluin Cooke coull fmd in the Soutlu'iii OK-an, wuic "' <'i|)ain I'arry al iJm; .Nurih Pule. Hut the wurhl /'n^ the John UvU, vf IhrrmUr ii. LA.ST ACT OF IIIK WIMSTKRH. Thr aMrntioii of iti.' i.uWir. id re(iM rtiiul to lh folio ,, , ,. ciitr : — liin ( nU.' ,., ih.iiii. I^,,luii. iMit ifilurimd ch.Mar-[i,asii..i,s to tatUrs o as to (ill the M)ul'that loiiys after •l.:.i..|v ... Itr..,i.. A I ; "**' "rvenou and tlif fnfensi',!o forsooth timers and hons anlrly pmcrril Ut lifitihlnn ; thf autJiciice Will irraol* (J and i i > i i i i i I i. ...... ^.^ ww yram u, ano ,„y^, ^^,^,.4;^ (]„. |„j,„a„ aniiuals, who could not succeed lu lu>^^ all hut Hitlun their i,Ta,,, and ofui,,,^ impede or delay their atlainmcui ''^u ii)u._rln p-ilion WHt mnnt ;jrariou|y r.|tfl|_an.l a ro.iv.rnuiion upon iIm t:ruiil\ iiij; the pnhlir apjR'tile ; and liie tigers nill he soon too lame. From ilnpublic papers and the puhlic talk it seems really of all uonders the most wonderful, that the world ^.W.r ,' should hold lo^ither, or that society should cohere for a III mtIik h we aniiilorni. it, il,a tii* Km;.' was pl.jv.J to 4p. ik forlniuht. highly oi the aiidify wl soriu.r iImsj ••;, his .hliv.rud al the ni-iin^, I'lpn i.djy ihar of |*rof-.Hiir U'iison. 'I'hiliik' h.ivniy fiilfdii-.f ffi. ,, !,)•. f (,| \,,i vinit, and prr•nf- King from Th<> iiihahitaiii* of l'!iliiihiir^li and if^ vicinity, in rAVOi'R *• IV4.>nf.'d .11 Hrichfr.M. on Frhhy, ihlAih of Dec^-mfjer, h> hii <;rc' fhilukff HiHclruuh. K. T. &c." (; Uiat thiM fa's. IommJ could iHit have been dehiM-raie,!, mikJ rhal thr olfi. lal proinnkation of a lie, must have l.r.n nfcuU-MUi. M(. waiird till liltappi-.iranie of Fn.lay-s Ha .'nefor a corrrction of rh rk-ricai prr.>r— not a lot of ii— ili-rr Hit^H-nrn no rorrfcliou. and not only n the Kin;^ rf-pri'sentr>\ ai l.aVMiu ur.inously rernvni a p.fition in favour of ri-forni. whiHi wat nev.-r prrsrntpd. l.iManse ni-vrr Iransnii'f.Ml bulh |>kr of Hocikuich i •* lil„lled hy authoriry." a hiiviac beeN f*w inrdinra tliroiiKh which iKh a petition wt lri4iiAiiiiitird lu ibe Soverf^ign. VVVn thr Muii-iiers of a country u,r the omci.i| (;azeUe. whirl. „ hHd to be •' authoritya. to all act.s of the civil, luijifry. aii.l |.-al funrtionaries of thr country, and for the ijraCH,uylis,H.n,alion of Hi, Majesty'* honours nd favoum as the rhanntl lur political mirepre,rntaiioii! and groundle clMi.ini#^ upon rh. rl,ararii.r of fhr nob.litv. we think the* uiu.t hod ihr K-...•..•> are desperate uideed.-JoA/i tlitlt, Utrttubtr i.'. lere i{orkinjif, and the choleia, and iinpcilling revoluiioii.ha ve hei-ii lot some tiin<; past pressed ujion the public attention with such a pnx'veriiit,' (lertinacily of exaggeration, that, if we are to believe what is said, one half of the population will he analonii/ed, the other half carried off hy the cholera morbus, and all the rest guillotined by the i^JfMipiieu, ami by noonowaMl.^ •lacy ever placed liiL'her,seeinir ,|,., ^''"^^'{4, lis basis-the pi.iHiple ^i de.nocr?**"'^'*. corrupted, not only wht-n the spi.j, .r ^^ si^dit of, but when a spirit of extreme I "/"* So thought the sagacious Moi.fesquir. ,"^ '^ another authority still more to the pou.t I T '^' would doublles.s listen with fonder revere ^ ^* *^l Fox. In the introductory chanter oT^''^'^) FraLMiient." alter fiviio/ it ;* i.:. ... • ', " ** Hi. %m% ^ XMU*^' lll<-<"^ i:lilor. ?iATIKnAV, TIAKtII a, Is3|. VOL. I — \o. L\VI. rilK I5A1I VMA .VUCiL'S. "•''"tv/'er giving it as his opmiotuiu. dillusionol knowledge through all the .r,j,,i T ciety must lea.i an observer to anticipate'^^'* ,.UHLiSHK.n KI-.MI-WKKKI.V \S NASSiU, N. I'. volut ions, and that the House of Co,,,,"'""*"^ conceived, be the instrmnent hy uluri'T***' would he accomplished, he pro'ceeded 'i w ^"i remarkable words :—'* How will tln '<^.. M M Bi'rht Dollars per annnin— In advance. ri'voiutioiiists. Hut the public likes that sort of thing. It | nions conduct itself? Will it does not care a straw about a murder, unless the said murhe Jl content it^ilf oiine "^ I, Avr is most horrible and atrocious. Outrages, to recom mend themselves to the public, must be luosi ahominHhle, most shameful, and most scandalous. Even Mr. Irving was going out of fashion till he got up the scene of the unknown tongues, and (K;radventure when that trick grows stale, lie may hiro one or two of Martin's tigers and other animals to make an exhibition with. A lion shaking his ^, mane over the ptilpit cushion, would he an imposing sight, | follow the iihistrions writer and a hoa cotistiictor would make a most excellent doorkeipcr. What gives Cohhelt his fwipularitv hut exagirerating all the touches T What gives Preston Hunt hi.s popularuy hut exaggerating the ahsuidities of universal suffrage and annual Parliaments ? Exaggeration is the order of the day and .so it has been the order of days. The contemporaries of .Sacheveiell lived in eventful times, and o do we, and so will our grand-children ; and if time affords nothing wonderful to wonder at, we mu-st wonder at that for wo never can get on without wondering. it •itA gular share of legislative power, or will haps rashly, pretend to a power con.n. ""•' ihe natural rights of the representatives ^JTl"* ts 11 It should do so, will it not be ohlikred'," "''**'^l claims by military force ; and how Ion.' uill ''^^^ he under its controul? How long will j, h m'''"' lows the iLsual course of all armies, and raiiu a sintde master ? Will this nidster"— b„t i, **' follow the illustrious writer into those furtU?*' gradations which all could anticipate and b iM, history showed that the extreme of \Jri^' ^.V'l^'.'** servitude and the stormy sway of |U* monotonous despotistn of^ POETF.Y. sidisidi-d into the ider is a premiuni for lying. NoFnnii thf Ltmilttn Atlas. Kr what we can to find something wondeiful in the sun j.n.1 moon hy mean, of telescopes and theories. Blessed IHthe man who found out or conjectured that the sun was a iff-dM. of ice ; and if any one should prove that it is a steaii. engine or a gas manufactory, he would luive a nine day* iiumorta lity Ju^ his j^ins. Nothing that is not wonderful i< iho^ight worth relatinuor worth liearing ; therefore. Hs something must le sai.l.every thing is exaggerated draw,, out, dress*.d up, bloated iato a mir.cle, pnffed. and duion^led, till It bic enough to be staretl it. Every ihin^tuuM he intensifi^Kl c„ render it stimulative to the Ktal p|H^,t,. If fHnuer finds a h.rge turnip in his bfiMuM blensihe wonder-lovmg public with an (Sir J. H le county members, Astley and Mr. Beneii) Sir A "" ,, ,. ., ,,.. / Mall.t, Tol. Houlton Major Oliver, Captains Taylor and KiHding, K. •>., Mr. Long and Mr. W. Long. Mr. T. Moore the disttnguisheil poet, Mr. Talbot, of Laycock Abbey,' Mr. r. Scro|M', &.c. "^ [On tl fiehh the / "f.".'*'" " Mr. Mooie's lAahl. being proposed by the Chairman, that gentleman rose and lollowing speech.] Mr. Moore felt peculiarly gratified hy the kind ma er in whicl, lus friend, the Chairnuin, had associated h name Ireland. indeed, could impart to livelier emotions of pha.wre than connectinu' hi. IN hi m coMM^f it., cirrun.lWfence ami wei.dit.^t.ll allthe n"ader \ 1 ? tle country ol his birth. He had intended to honour they had Oiuferied upon him, ami should (Hrhai.s the b<.si .KisMblo instructors, from the Land's End to Johnny (.roat s, are in ,>oss,.ssion of the inferestini; fact tlui m Mr. NomelKidyN ftrld, somewhere in Ep,lan*'""? ^'•••'"P' hy it themslves.-(rfv.-.But they would be gainers ; U was imjKisiiblo tl prove otherwiae. Englan.l— regenerated Eiitrland no longer, as hitherto, ^liine forth im|)erfKil>, si,. iH'st iM'auis — a sort of Imlf-nioon of fretdo-n, u,.. segment of her orb shrouded in gloom ; nor couM 1^ s fet'line Qi4ltidenl that under the auspices of m. noble friend whom they were that day met to b. r whose manly, expansive, and heni'vohiit spir dearer ambition than that of seeing his iVIlow \. ligent and happy— |||||could not donht tliat, i. auspices, full justice Sffght yot lie done to liijcuigf and it miiflit he even his hit to Iw al.lo to sar, Mnf. ears to bei nr business. The title is derived from a nvwm.f ''• Burke, who commenced tin horrible pr^.n.. v persons to supply surgeons with subjects I. since wliich lime, otlnrs have mh.pted thi. novel procuring suhsi.Mence, and LiHidon has heof ol active buines.s in way. As many ol : ticesol Europe are transtirred to this ctHiiitr," expect lo have this amonu' the niimber — bulucik ther it would he found piofitalde. It is a lamentable fact, tLit, noiwitlisiaiKliiiptlw societiyi instituted to enliyhten the puhlir oiii. •• difluse moral and reli^^ious principles, • riiiH''*** frightful progress within a few years. Wopen a pjK-r without seeinjj a well-siipplu^ ii** lendar. Thisdet'eneracv and addition lo cris*,** /'rom Fraztr's Ma^tttitvt. THF. SEPIECIIKE. TVro Manhood lies Lift up the pall. How like the tree struck down to earth, Is it" ureen pride the niiyhty fall, Whom life hath tlatterrd with its worth Jjlf K a voyage to our graves ; lis promises, like Mniting waves. Invite IIS onward o'er a sea Wbi-re all is hidtlen treachery. What Hf.Hiieil beasty slumbers here I Hut mark those llowers pale as the hrow Whicli ihey have wreathed ; if death could spare, Avittimhe had pitied now. To-day she hoped to he a hride— To-day, 'twas told, her Inverdied Mre Death ha revelled in his power, 'i'lie not of life's t'airest hour I.ook on that little cherub's fare, Whose budding smile is fixed by death ; How short, indeed, has been its race As rlond^ sailed by the sun, a breath Ihd gently creep aeros*< a bed t)f flow ers — its spirit then had fled, A moroiiiK star a nioinenl bright, 'j'lifB melting into heaven's own light. Bt'htdd that picture of decay. Where nature wearied sunk In rest Full lour srore years have paused away. Yet did he. like a lingering guest. (io Iroiti life's h iiKpiei with a siiih, Tii.u he,! Ml Aooii shoulil die. Our yoiiih has not desire, so vain \* creep into an age of pain. Hat rner**, hrw moim.Miiiy serene That rhildless widowed mother', look To her I he world a waste U-en, One whom it pitied, yet forsook. rdin as the moon's light, which no storm K t;:.!!:; heneaih it can delorin, l)idliiT adlieted spirit shine AI)ove her earthly woes divine Thus Death deaU with mortality, lake llowers, some gathered in their prima, Othtr'* when scarcely s;iid li he Jiisl niiiiihered with the thin;:, of time : With hie worn out some grieve to die, Toei.d rhf iryriels here others Hy. life is hilt that which woke it. hteath,— Lojk here, at.< J tell me, what is leath ? thai the Af.ican knows of tlie luxury of cold, except what I lion, and tlie direct result i^. a n.v( < ,..|,u,„i..ot lert.l.iv IS produced by elevaiion or eva|K>ration." It is two | foi the month or two while the earth is drying, and exces tiiou.sand five lioiti mi ..c Tr^.i.! il... .xmar.... ..^ :... ^.....u ..:... i ... j • ^ • r. '^-'^ legeneracy Iree (Cbc^-rs.) While tlu. sticklers for antiquated abuses -he worshippers of the lust of time-were holding^.^ of ;^S frT^S;, Tl.l^bl'uT Eur?.")" :""'^' '^'^^"^ I "** '"^' ' '"^' ^-'''-' d^'*-' •" '-• -'-^ "' '^^ Commons of England for a lesson InTv arw f"^' 'l"" '''""'*'' "' *" "'^ i"tnxIuction of a more h.xuriu-.i* and constitutional self-enfranthiscmen "'o^'t^raic a living than sufficed heretofore. It is s;iMl,l)*i " iiian is a temptation to the devil," and it is ceili* lere is not a more certain metluMi of re'straii(l From the Mnnthlif Mafiax'ne. DISCOVERIES IN AFRICA. Uf^der's tliscovery of the mouth of the Niger has tur...s\puldir interest once more to Africa, and there may ""• U .It least a rational lio|)c of establishing some useful •"'"•ainiiration with its people, discovering .some |H)rtioii <• eatiiral riches o( a land fertile lMvond all con^Vi-,Mhre it is fertile at all ; and |Hrhaps amelioraJj:ilM>o(i id condition of thse millions of mankind, who KIm( tl from ihe earliest ages condnnned lo U? tlic ^i^ims of their own ignorance, and of the avarice of eveiy •'"T peo|d> of ihr Ldole. Th,,M. who scoff nl e%'erv thine, the idea 'wPr.vid.n.-e takes any care .ihoiit Uhsi* matters. But '-r loay Im' no sii)>rstition in tliinkint; that there is a *^i|L' coincidenwe between this great discovery of a J* III iImheart of Africa, and the present |erfertion of *^cain-lMwt ; and that tlw; himour of the discovery, and ^^\>s Us first and most direct advantaces. are given to •nation which first declared a'_'ainst the sale of tlie unJm African, and which to this hour, holds an uniemil•jaMuiost riudileous siiuir^^le against the incoirit'llde r' MeoiN avarice of tlic Europ.'an slave-trarh-rs. "••'•"iireof the WisiernamI what is called Central Afiica. '•''Ti'vsiionably laid open by the discoveiy of iIm' mouth "p AiU'er ; and by the access thus civ'n to the nu^r.Mis rivrrs which branch off ft •••'^^ rt noarlv flu thousand five hundred miles from the equator to its northt>rn boundary, the Mediterranean, and about the same distance to its southern, the Ca|e of (iood Hojk'. The great question with nu*n of humanity and common sense is, how this mighty continent can be civiliw^'d, made, happy, and made a contributor to tlie general liappinetis ami Health of the world. In this view, we entirely ai;ree with the aulhor of the Life of Bruce. Nothing has been maile in vain. The Creator had made no country, lor the express of defying the activity or benevolent int'enuity of man. .Ml is capable of being turtied to good, if we but use the means. The earth was undoubtedly made to submit to the mastery of man. and ihe vast anil curious inventions of late years seem to have been put into our hands, foi the purposcditing that mastery. It is not improbable that the discovery of .Am-rica was c/rA/ycr/, until the (leateful .state of Europe, the commercial activity of its j>eople, and the adoption of si'ttled governuicnts. rendered it ca()ahle of taking advaniage of that magnificent discovery. It is obvious that the discovery originated in no striking improvement of either ships or v-ainanship at the time. Tlie Europiian ships and sailors had been for centuries as good as those which hrst touched at America. But if the discovery had been made under the Roman empire, it would have been probably neglected by a |)eople w ho were enj^rossed with war, and who despised commerce and hated the sea. If in the dark ages, it would have probably been equally neglected among tlie turious feuds of the little Euro|>ean jwwers. too little to bear the expense of the remote ex|)editions, living from day to d.iy on the plunder of friend and enemy, disirHCte tlie creation. If >vir;^. a lunit known, and < close to the most civilized and impiiring regions of tlie world, should have remained to this day scarcely less shut out than America, we may well ask, how could we ex|Mct to have the treasures of this land given to us. while Europe was guilty of the slave-trade, whih-, if we could have |>enetrated the hidden glories of this fourth of the creation, it would have been only to spread more misery, to shed more blood, to fill it with mora! conlau'ion of the most corrupting of all tmffic. to iutlame more savages to fury and massacre by our temptations, and finally to drag more human b in"s from their country, to jwrish thousands of miles from their home. The'imchas certainly arrived wlien this trade which it is no violenci* of lanL'uage to call Satanic has received its death blow, at least in EnLdatid, and the time may not be remote when wo shall Im* summoned lo apply the national vigour to open up the treasures of .Afiica. It is not unreasonable to hope that the whole southern continent miy he given over to our tutelage, and that England, the great depository of freedom, knowleilge and religion, may be the elected •'uardian of the inlancy of Africa. Our exlraonlinary advances in machinery, and the general command over the powers of nature, a command which .seems to have be!n almost exclusively confided to this nation, have not lH>en given for nothing, and inqwrtant as they arc to the increase of our wealth and comforts at home, we shall yet •ee tiM'm 0}K?rating through tin; world on the colossal scale. sive heat and excessive moisiuie first come in full combination. ^ et for the remainder o< the dry |>'riiKl, iIkland is a sink of |R'siilence ; so (badly Irom 'its miasmaa, uiil so tortuiing from the swarms of insects generated by tlt heat, that man and tlie inferior animals jx-rish in great numbers, or fly even to the di-sert, where they had rutln'r encountei ihe trememlous fierceness of tlw sim, tlian llio au'ony of the innumerable slini:* that haunt ilniii in iIk> fertile Siiil. The country is covered with immense marslK-s and thick jungles, where the ovi-r-luxuriance of tlie vegetation checks tti^ir, and all is fever and death. We ,S4'o thalBe whole (pieslion turns mi the distribution of the rains. Too much water, or tiH> little, makes ilie misfortunes of Africa ; and tlie only remedy for the evils which convert one of tlie richest soils of tlie world into a grave or nest of reptiles, is to bo t>un,l in eijualixing this gift of nature. It is inqMissible to doubt tluit a vakt (M>rtiin of the wilderness of Africa wouhl prt>iluce the fruiis of the eaith, if tiny had water. We find in the heart of tito desert, vegt^tation wherever there is a well, and a little colony surrounded by w^pb ami rich fields, wherever tlierc is any thing like a supf4y of water. Tlie grand problem would lie to lead llie sup*'rl1uity of the tropical rains from tlie innuincrablo rivers, and imiiHiise lakes of Central Africa, into ngions now comlemneil to perfM'tual drvries*. The result would be to dry tln' watery morass into productive soil, and to water the burnintr sand alike into fertility • in fact, to drain the centre af the country, and lo irrigate all the rest : and for ihispurjiose tlie jMculiar construciiun of tlie continent seems to offer no trivial advaniaijes. Tlie whole central belt of .Africa runs directly under the Equator, and from the known fiiruro.and the actual foimation of tiM" land, the central ImIi is so lofty, that it pours its rivers, iIn) collection of its rains, down on both siles through the continent in great abundunce and force. IK'Uhani computes the Tchad, one of tlie reservoirs of iImiso rivers, at twelve bundled feet above tiM) level of tin* s'a and the ground Inyond it towards tlie south, was still rising. Bruce computed \\w soullM'rn elevation lo which he hart reached at two miles iiTe thih'vel of ihe sin, and this is probably but a small part of the whole eh'vation. Tousc Mapir Head's woid,, It InMnif trmthat there are a series of vast tank, and reservoirs placed by nature almvo the thirsting desirts of Africa, the stagnation, as well as the rapid evaporation of which, now |K>lhites dio climate; and also that a nunilier of immense rivers flow out of Africa into the ocean ; wouUl it not lie a problem worthy of tlie incpiiry of travellers, b a scientific reconnoisance, to detrtnine (only in theory', (or tlieory must in this case lone precede practice, and with tlic practice, after all ire can have little or nothing to do) what wonhl ^^e the dillicultics attending the tapping of those enormoiu vessels. .\s also of applyini: tourniquets njMin those veins and arteries, hicli, ateinally bleedins:, have left a great portion of Afiica deslituto of vegetabU; life." \\v fully agrf?€ in this conception, gitrantic as it is and difficult as Its execution may vein. It would be tndv a nobhobject of inquiry ; and wouhl l>e worth all iImj idle ramblmgs of our diUttanti in Egypt — that fanhionable lounL'e — to the last days of the larlh. Hut we greatly doubt ilie r#r<), that we ran have hut lilth* lo do with ihe practical pari of the change, if it ., ha II lake place. If it be ever done, it will lie done by Enj^land. It is our boast, and deservedly so, that no work of pal|Mhle g,MKl ever wanted protection in our country, nor tlic ability to carry it into execution, wlien once fairly undertaken : and tlier are .some curious instances which may take of our alirm at tlic difficulty. Tlie water of tlio tropics is actually conveyed through the wImiIc length of the snnds of Nubia in tlic memoiablo course of the Nile ; and a little ,andy region in the simre of the Mediterranean h turned into iIh' most extraordinary example of feriilitv in iIk' world by this simple water-course. There ar* in Epvpi itself, tlie very region of wnd and sunlM-am,, dyke, and miliank•tt-iip, *:'-'* Mill a vas wl lole rom Its course, ami which of the middle country. But fH,M',ion of a g.Mnl thunder-storm throu^^h the cirrnlalnm of a jMqHr till ilie res.le most d.ahned with t.V' readinir of it. ca ss •i'^ r=.pi..i iravikT, : .i„.v „„.ri „;„;, l^,„ ';;^['J; ,,i^ rs are alarc liarhi of freid>ni w wouK r.^nes. for tln.y maMufacture tk-ni a, ,h..y ,o ..Ion. I iM-y can fi*d greater wolers Cantrif..rv, ..^i I .i "i yi-"*•• o.iiy remained, be reoeatcHl fr'r Dover than B.uce could .Ii. /^ f"'*:'^.^-^ ^'^ | ''r,J>^^'P'^' '^'^lu'" tlietiiMlyes, ^ their rtiodJnCn and ihc int.MimahIc boon which ri.CMlers Ix-iw^^n Canterbur > recclom was about to be ^iffusc.l, of which they ;•! prtu ,p.rte It only remained, he reoeatcnl \l Has rated a child, who had not lu-en taiieht a trade, l"* porting his father, had a suloiaiy effect, an.l, i at tlie present time, would proUihly diniinisli ti ^^ of inmates in our jails and penitentiaries. A fellow, during the past week, has ^^"^^^^ ^^f\f^m good living at the corner of St. Paul'Churrty^rd.f'T ^ •'•idera Morbus huWs fiffsT "Cholen NorbiH prpvcnt inlVction." are in great rctpust at the we* town. — John Hull. Mi ^^ t couuliy, the table land of Alrica, loj^. 'i\pb.r^M"l'tion naturally numerous, and that in Ml! probably make the finest and most useful disc's of natural produce and mineral opulence. i^rlTf'''"?* "' ^I'ira overwhelms the mind. It is ^ I've ihonsarid mih-s long, by four thousand broad, ^ lies directly ur.deitlKj sun's path ; the equator al•rseciing It, ;uid the tropic, coverintr the centra! ^5*'t'**''''""^>''f.ds.Hifh suited to tlie wanu ot nations. The very tact that our mmts for irripalion, on a vast scab-, lo which ilw iK-mm; jHiwers of steam and machinery arc so rapidly increasinf, nent fertility of the land is owinir. In iIh Abyssinian histhat we literally can badly imagine to what known obsta| lory a lineal is recorde.1 of one of tlie kings who had a j cle we shall have to apply tliem, iends to show that tlie re quarrel with tlie Divan of Cairo, to turn away ilw Nile 1 must remain something very inqxjrtant in this world for and thus'* stop tlie cock," out of which Egypt drank! man to do. In short, the enormous tools which nalure is' There is a remarkable instance too, of a threat of this kind placin<: in our hands, clearly foretell that she has some having ^>cen partially pot in force, wbf^n Labibala ilm wonderful work for us to pciform; and therefore, instead king, in tle year \'^^\ turned llic course of two rivers of calculating, as many people do, for instance, bow long from the Nile into tlie Indian ocean. our coals are to kst us and in how many year. Iic-nce Tlio Inn. point, in which tli.>.e conceptions ,lK>uld l we are unavoidably to ! left m cold and darkness, i. it viewed, are their use to Africa, their uso\o n.ank nd i^ not just to believe, that with our new powers, we shall general, and their especial honour to Encland I, L a obtam newresources and that the WLvlomol nature wtll ,„a„er of great importance to have a direct object of continue to bloom when the .die fears and tlKH,r,e, of acknowledged utilitv in our rescarcl^^, in a foreign c.^aty the day have faded away arid perislicHl. Hitherto in Africa we have had scarcely any, rJiLnT^^^^^^^^ riH. hopeof civihsmt: .\frica, must depend on ,ts Wing of the Ni^er alone. Our travelbTs have a) vout on a made hi to sustain c.vil.Aed communities, which from its bunt for Timbuctoo. of which miborly knew wliat Zt prev^^ntnatura constitution It IS unfit to do; one immense ,ih|e pol cm.ld be derived from ilie discovery But portion of It being overspread with barren sands, and Timbuctoo had U.en said by s^imo fihhne Moor'lo I,*a another licing alternately turned into a hog by rains and rivers, and into a nest of contagion by the action of the sun upon this mighty morass. Between the tropics it is constantly raining somewhere. second Palis or London, with only iImaddition that trohl was the |wvi..g of the streets. A crowd of able Ami active minds have liecn lost to their country in this wild googe chase after an Eldorado, which after all turns out to lw where The sun isn/zrai/s rcrfiVfl/, ^'^*^^"L' ? ^'''''''" '"•'^^'i'""•^'l'' inireniou, Lifeof ^-neoliservo,, that" what is markrd hv nature, on opc'an scale of climaie, as excess of heat, is all I .' "'^'.i.x-. !. it:, ....--o a,i< I nil .i<|i i| imi>, W MM II MMITIIII IlimS OUl |0 B0 and the rain falls in quantities that ab,olutely overwhelm nothing moie than a collection of filthv huts in the licart of the country. The hot winds constantly follow the sun a desert. Bruce a man, of admirable p^iwers, of eresi from tropic to tropic, and the vapours which they raise, on acquirement, intelligence, and mental and fifrMmal acli reaching tliehiglKT regions of tlic atmosphere, and l)eing chilled, are constantly pnired down in rain. A country vity, wasted his health, his wealth, and his years, in achieving the trifling discovery, that one of the otcs of I -..-,., . .. v,iiif w.^|^ifl.^ laiiiiiif^ ui:v% j7l , llifit ?flTUl llffT ^tptyy If*, fj of a thousand miles on the north and south of the line, \s the Nile was a spring in a, in an Abyssinian valihus kept conslanlly in a slate of ilic niot powerful irrigaley. But the cx^x-dition lo discover tlic means of jourin-r •11 31 l^^'l s \ w Ji \.h t < I r V 1^ f