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The Bahama argus

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Title:
The Bahama argus
Alternate Title:
Argus
Place of Publication:
Nassau, Bahama Islands, W.I.
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George Biggs
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Semiweekly
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English

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

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

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University of Florida
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VOL. -AmL.. LXXIV,


hWa S he e Ac moma h b da know tof m moema bs oow ed tha and dof doat is aiid osheR tdi.
blageof Rml to400 me w Lam aelI Ba ti. A wd" of d e opia wa' ll a my d llinos
buSi0e f StrSta dmachmm t o npmh r k a ili a Yew mik b two wisun l draw -u homn atde s afd
Of hM 40 dl f ysl u ih, VIyMb wo w SMM d ha I-ge tm YM yu mp at 1 a I "e a CmLe as yot
hearing pea They wore iidire a towards uhe tr o l 'Mle
Preoectn by two Commainar Poice, with dro ph. In abort, blit Ia I ma nin l oh the
ar dolas, the Mncrridgm, thb palerd. d f eli C e of Ch "mb f Sm e d tm ad c
py ml 'bloh... O fr it hs udid= k had on oat ma aclw ima O a* ue lo Repmblie .
)m. eum lonf mo IUD ho m rs. It i mid tht M. The flomliy h i'ml= ba-
Grhai ll he am dat a mpu emnd C mm ry of To mo i f boar oh i r-nlm g whi *il" ce>
ad Plia ,e oa. ad m- pla y of dh Pfeanu of Poblie nade cae he the PsieI Ammmhml, u n aoer to i ir
___-_________, H. Mooula, and bhlfpay godol.uof Parise among deciiaom ob dpm l h a J .'
PObTB.h. ht mahm r o pisonu larrstm i kb a l n a At Thim dui, radiL h m l a i L o bd
_ thiis pho se mral indivlduals wrn womded. Confereoce, encisd the l Wiigltom I thi Dr-
TH CIIILD Or EARTH. Al te uam time, between and f o' clck in the putim, and Frnace wiB have iesmm flig. It i tim
pusra hore alo p In fr imen dr to daly, moawinp, informatm was relied of a Umm lo a thai the n fa Ldi f d muntry hiuld closey unite
p lh'd bad i huemf moa hbr darkl ing wrow; the nObervatory. A anm sroum divine of sity aura. to raepr caionnm, aId to sec-m the triumph of lie Re-
Inyrluh ih Mbdly eling bo mot, and say, dre ed in common clodthe, remind to this p t under voluio of J aly, 110o, uch Fruare i. d and
SI a.centet eiM kie-but, oh not n e the conlannd of peace offler Viocein, and l abo sch ueh d Framenmu nds i. Tim OsmwWam *f Ju!y
Kil; whei the blossou of the joyous spray the Rue d'Enfer, with a group ol individiul, wlIo re- oeugh to place itslf boldly in h do fa of Ih Nateional
ao tlie" rhe air srhb bay us to breale-- treated in disorder, and who ere deeived bv 'lI dres interests, and it will eaily triumph our mdamar Ihe ih.-
lo while rie hir owersaund y ch oe p s r. ;ll of t offialg. The following scoersatm took piaco pot e of whib i eery day btrayed by a esam at
gp r me. r d; ( ,e iftp m. y drooping bro- bel cal the paue atce.r and d apparent clieof o T the once odiou ma ilmd iham u .
IJmas oues o Idw-hut, si! n e n." harul: We havert mad to my w th Itd publiea t raquillity i'
Do you belong to Ius tT ndcubtedll replied tle re- omlaihd, fr i hs awr tben smpromnibe. Them
The ling hbroh rpenlrl in sumer-tie peace otfier. The countes.iigm l onour! Country! imolabed alMeps iwihou e Ich li t m of then nueu,
Tr lsasot.n iir, el. e e Iary is ll.m; Where are yo going I We n samrousnducl; there ar anre. fron teir ran. d a isrig* lcale as mhe authore are
TI glioust hi gliiath re chel hi ,ribe le lae;,' cavalry here. Come with us, Ithe, mid the uoicer, we guily.
lrt w'n nl perish while o'er ranid ,,.l will conduct you." Every ne thsd eening in Paris, bwho were I
ltibhdle step-. tlie Ionl r ligtli mionr on; Tli pace oilner conducted thei inldividmal> to theM amlteor t this new conspiracy I Are they Carlisms
pNi ridley th ureimu o either ii mIeno en-hoe Palace o' St. Michael, wlire a sul lci.io reinflouierinnt Are they Republicans t le is o the lres ul of t le mon-
arLs my illl ear with nllmc m is tsne s. appeared to secure leen. strous allunce of C(rlists and Republecam*, t whirh we
YlleskiMne, dmans in eye yienl he-i iu ro. br- The police, formesing, thit communications would take ha po alauly dra so anti, ai d a whirie b we mll sill
1 Ai cInot to diee-Iu., oh' lnot now !" place between the. coutspirstour of Ibh sides of ithe ine draw atllnion, in ipite of denials, which w do nt unreit,
Bamner is gone: and asiinmn' oherer hue. by ihe Poet Nuuf, l ani llul aihol fugitii of both side. would iortause fIact pnreamt lllealva in abundeace to give the
Tune he ripe iruits. animl i the aing i ,rn;- paI by thi inlprtant pointl i staioined L a st tion picqiuee lie to deem I
Tihnrm hlurlsn.ii usit llie yn isl ins pur.. i, uidl peacl and cil, iT ccrIs. Orders were priien tou .tup To all tse question juid ire will, mo doi it, noawer
Siiiule thle eallios awl wruis liir eager lIti. tile carriagc'I i4srin- ille brildg aId to s arclh theml. wiate certainty ; rad we cannot urge ti n mucle o tlen ti
*$Lpre sr awliil. tlo i.adeilr l.uili a.nl utr Telsr-e ord.ln iroi thluiilsel IMo reu lt. Mlhor lie 511i gisratesl an inivelgt'ili into thsaffiair of tie mnn active
n(lih e Iil. on.l meInlor r .nd the in.r, trer I iei). id.oual s, iith fie. arti, ponirardl, lim and gold were iand coupe e t inh, ht m eolo trh may be kelonoe.
To siiiii atlenle wiOe the evn.ii ra sized. 'Tli J.iiral des Ikbaus uay, that nearly tr o lusin-
(oiler the rlrei'a in, arundn my hrlnr- Friilt (-r I irLeur, ud tlly eau. of ap, and of plb-
Clauk n, lo11 .h' phlrainge uend m lyaeo- glvm ; Thereureshnr were u rod at the public force. A dred indsidual are arrested.n T ely form, it is", ela
Iam ri ten t il dIe-bul.uh' mt risow"' reonspiidaor was illei, several were aounlied. Amsour tli mixtureio of all crtilr s-Carli u, Bonapartista, mnd R publ
hliilr is i ieliioned lthie valii-d-chadi.ibre of M i. iklaenu, licans; bul, afar a we can t lieve, the greatest number
The lrak wliinl wlittlesl : onow-showers fr .anil onew Ki-prlct ofl Policy. 11e had on l in linen ter dressing belongs to ithe Carlit parny.' Time am paper adJd that
Urift !wijithI echc to tile whiteniun ginund; wonulnd. tie Ipulic tranquillity ws not ditrbam a d t niie insane ;
Asliuie ha.h p's' awl ad. ca.oldd aier a rt pst o'clock a patrol of voititers o athe amnlis era, sid lie es m lou antl. ausho and i uloe.ud
Wwiersu;talh rim aeth tears mowtlo bsand:
To s.i st praye miscedi'l ." Oh! laughingly the 1It l..uy I Iah eo gn, coin m l*eld Iiy M. Legrand, conirators huve, at monts excited piy.'
My little hro sa od the n. er roi. corulral. passing lthe rot -Rouge, pereived at ta im Thc Q loidienne an a, The population of Pari
Ow h...ine-' hiales broad,. nld bright, ..1 hlign tr m l e oL l ti dlu" It-de-Four a group Of individuals touwrd hau as il ed onl ly tlisoralng that a compiercy lad ben
AI.ha rt.h rtnnirs with ouie liilelh ane loud: which wra approachlii a patrol of sin line of the Post discovered in tille ourse of rthe eight. The lnse cotrla-
IpFnire awhile' raise up myy drooping bru In of tien' lilie, when at li Ius rsulrut so 4i.-buti, ohii wt n uw "' cry of" Tl'o .rue '" in tlle Rie d'u Drmagon. 14ing re- I are, Fre. 3.-IThe conspiracy discoewed on thee
The <|ring i4 cournm alin-the jrfril spring' paired tIithcr, together with ti' e line, ite'y found the Sicur night before lIst im said Io hlre lhad four intormn to fur-
pin the lesnits with clusterisg iiwers are spread; kersausie Iltrgglill with two police agents, ienlo led ar- ward:-vi.. prinrciplly ofr llw fiiendi of the rstoulauon,
wil-d lir4 (li4. uin ie wanton ii wIini rentlsd hlun, aind who tlrn ne id nt tire oi l Ihse wirh two lee hi persn of li-*nry ; of coifsiuon and plunder,
'Te lu.ll I e.irlh is nuernewl i the dlralt al keLr pilstls which he hlad on hiln, and of which oue wa under li e name ol a rpulilic of nmlitary governeinn
*Thire elr" lnr the sunhi.e srll.. a* k. ir nud (arie.) and gl or, under thllu nau of Nspoleuoa II. anil oa t ile
Bimnei unig ll roeli ishlirntilh he liutice p e; i The Sicur Kersuicue, nin whose a iitin a r sport was "* juite milieu" llwished to crush l s rllp e itf mIsul biI jr-
t .isrl't ril 1 tiei, t nir may ot r. read soe days ago t, o tile Chiranl-riT f Depiletio, was ar- dlination, of which dlli gr.rtli hasu Ien encouraged by diI
iori tnll IIliii, v.re i*hyo.Tunrl a coupauial by several olhrr inidi]idualu who had advanced ractious pre ; and by lam turbulent, anl in a Treat m-a-
hy ia' -,iu in' hr -ile l h i alII nhro, w .soni towards tim Rue do Fo'ur, ti* otl -rs towards the slre uoprincipled opplamiio that l would O acrif ice te peace
S410 lll l )IC 1 He du (rer.ellc .nd win all tlik t lght when the swldien and welfare of their country fur the nmre aldvneage of
r I .ipi;ie.ard'l in tim lRue du i)ragon. The Siear Kersausi p lace and power for sunic atnlis. Therm is aootlier in-
COSPIR llY IN PAHIS. calleil ilimlf a iill pay captain of cavalry. ll was teresl acrcsted of ferrm-nting disorders occdonally, and
'nrom th Constiltlilwarl of Freulay. runlucrl.d lu the P'ut of l tI Abbeyv. for the haie purMsese ol profitin by themn in their mlecu-
Vic hase Ioal aotther nicoleept. .s crimiinal a. impotent1, It i id that lh arrests exceedelud the number of ha tiona n the Stor Exchrlange. To their advances to imie
alAto duL unArr.lv illo Jly. T e 'lr oilliting atire tIe liiundil. Tile authorities have position of nalny indi- counpirators is alributed l- lia r umn thl were found
pntrs regar'iiing it, which we have collected with siduals of rank, documents ilteid on ldw, o,rn, u.n.111e. on their persons duremg the l erchab of ld Police. Per-
o., iiunion, considerable asieo mo ney, and mil that i neir- haps tllis charge is unorunded. It is to be hoped Ms, for
l ialivi ials caein, a fewd lava.gi, tlo ireal kfnist al s t toh rnnihfetaIniun of the truth respecting tle au- tie hunour of tlie IParis Ecrlange ; bill the charge is
16 oeivi 'ir nl, a 0 f ewilalirnal o t hhL nltr of at 1 etav r. I raifestat nd of i l i ,r
t11eritrr' s Iof lim air IieU d r it.ir, an I ask. Ili if tldrs of t le conspiracy and its object. spoken of too ol nlv to pass unnoticed; and it is well
kid ualnrtlikr to suppilv a repas lur 11l pIrulos 1 Ainong tl I persons arresald, is, it i mid, a neplie of known that iuour.n of the coMpiray were circulated
lesilW on ac.oount lf ins >%nl of nr 'in. llinowever t Mauguin.t An Even Jo in a Juurna ti ons ala M. fnr m the begin iog of lie waeek This is marting &tme on
ba .persutn rea.rned y ieeril. ) (Ite 1. IFruarn) at I)elaunay, Treas r of use Society lo Frieods of tler *Change.
I *'d.chck in dilu eveni, and i unm.incl-1 to lie Pi 'eopi and te llM ionn d'Arge-nl of the Company La- Tim etlent or tle ranilications of time coospiracv rem-
r ln r tlat they wold bring tin e usie d.y a ilnmrnan, rui It i4 announIerd also tnm the door-keetpr of the nt he staled ; for unme perwsos assrI that dry were
I for .pr i tewv overcain lle e n-ldimo .ifiltis Lo r t his 'ei an arrested, on the charge f hvng deliver- I cnnidtule thruughout the departmentl, lau tluat they
Imrnedal by drpositing n ear.e.sl lr : ie c.l of ties c tis .ke oft dire L ou re. I were euch more wide in Paris (Ian they yet appear.
aetin. sondrmn.for she dar nof the dre l e. A.n Hluauu.ib lsuber of the Chamer of iDeputies spicion has fall pon asme foreigners, of various rnk
Wtmum and Von for the riler of IAt er r pLatIe sum.,,a bero the Chamberkof DL. r d wee utumn ta i .
Tanri ten o'clock in tde eveniag,l the rates of sdit.. r lN., ad been caution ed som days ago to ie and satiom, ad even at g ad eaertain t tel
SMete was flilled with alaut liI persns, Irveral of, o his guard, as ani attempt was to Lbe oade on his life. fur I given to dhe Carlist. by an Englehm, thinre re, as it i
Sha6 1 filur rool lrires Imre than eivorcal. lI,. haino len one of tle Taeshadrel an Tre. LOe.- ported, so young nmen who wnoe white inuigmn e 1i
di reps t ermiinalted trllnqailvl, th er. wa nuo a- 'Tles recOniuienodati.ns were renewed yesterday evenin' tdiir lutionhole.s to resemble the order of HIenly \ and
lio politics, but hbM rco.iiiaynv lidl tIhe air of having (Feb. 1 ), by a nan to wlhom n I. D. G. N. load rendered i, p|Mticly lasted til s.e sond mpsedy retotn of their
-si onml ir ninle s At' nilinighl a qu.ntlit o ol pecu.iary s rviere, and who offered tn repay hitm eu g P.,retender. There Preersons who msy them a al-
ll s, s werey intrlredl into th h;,, Is nd in.. with muany received ftr forcing one ot the piot. huh is coun failed, another s l ey to tLeo pia
l diuriYtmimid itc ISt nrnil e' ll tel pineals and It i nid that f'ls pa hs, of National h nioet were d n a tae bon.
Pem lded a itient ally coral iesl. to disarm ttile pss. smal slpie tima, but th s project wras I th is morning passed tluroughe different districts of
Snaultorities, for soeo day-s iin pN, -ion of infor.l frtrutrted by as orelr of tie stali, received at eleven Paris, and found all quiet, the streets thronged as u l
htl taken all ei'aores. of precastion necessary o'clock in iesc rein, enjoining those in command of the witl persons on business, and no sign of alannrm-No ans
e nuwe oe.m -m p1ir. r haer r the iem etion of pniss of ih. National ;uard to give iam words to their of any moment has reached us from the provice.
seins.p. 'rime lief o the Monicipal police, ar- neo, nd to allow no patr to tgo ougs Fr Galignm's Mesuuy r.
;= by a tleachnisnt of tih rosnicipal guards, and It appears tat divers circunetance iend for rave.all
Ier, rsireato te c of th e albsr darn pat the police on the track of this infamous conspi- CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE STATE.
Peoire, to imse loi pollee knes tit d ry. ev eral of m Old Guards de Corps arrived at t For m rtimn past the Carlst party, or persons
the mo'reme, whiel they had watlwce were Pari. Whilt i a popular society a mould was mad of acting in ea ow be aking r n oppur ity
M Che at to tm a ci dcr to sum- othe mk of Robpisre, there wet diributsid mrl to strike decii.e blow apilloat e pent Gorment
ato aswroster. Pucet answered b' the die- quarters of P.ari, cm pre r in petarm of a r-e A myse of eteiatal d bam omnle d. ad a m-
a p-ul, which took effect en the had of the ble *omo y; dove were W dir ds ai d meia Lw h d e y wtio hs chi o m n t r en ed in hae Caml, *ad e d ltri
ha. jus expired.) They then dahed into 1t h Hnr V., d ma r s ii ai e ms b sch a aesagd n t mad eno
tla le tolrer no eaken with all the had. Philip me his iy; th warm thr n into o gua r inay deem m dily udo ed m. Eandch of =tha sde-
ikthe ie t of conspire' tors, of u rds to hen. with rdignation. lircd a list of ne-rs founing a full coplirneni. The
Iatack sod drience thes i several wounded; For verrn days to, individuals hose opinions were (arlits, Iruon itee, rocklol open a force of mono ISto
sma I also killed on !Ile side of the col.jrntours. known had line beard in cour. toM s to us 0 aticsci a to 20 ,010) ow, ready to ruie in arms in oa" night, but the


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it appena hei lle m sa mIa llert M b*es Carlim. .
mIa theal m m s hbesWw, a@aM a mro e d

oft aim. t1ar te he iu~l t lomy *ae. to Rnamu -
nt lmU a bllak -- eiwne a mmwoachy in
Ne lay* Ilelr irl wa s dec.n lyed open Henory a
V. i bo*i be e dimharelr~ iraed.'L T" onp maawer
bunenri, ow Fik then Sk b r' ae Inl.was., Iiar
ha ., thoe aimae adt aietoan trt I an r of 1 ',-
ajlMUfo fr. Oa iT be dly il aumon.t tlhe principal I

A. aue, Pl P( Ort i oq r n 'dA tk..-Th1 winter
from Prl. Trecelse thi n nlLg, oct inn the art of di
the PeomUy, which we smI auncid hree on Saturday, t.
bda hto appear tl consider it of ipech ijiaerpnca ;1nor
did l I a tadet aeny Imatrial elect o'lhdie FuJI, ra onI the
fi6lo" by, Faida,'lthe Threio per Cornl. cksd i fIr. 'F
IlOc. Thy refer wtlh mucla aaorle uily to Itha proceed- I
insi in ue Chaniinar oit Dlupoeii tn 'riraily,whichl were 'u
of a lwnte to indicate their weakness orf the Minilarv, anm l y
upDua it fal liag a dipil decline 'occurred in their undl' r,
wh houweerr, previ.maly lu thlr rlaie ifl tih atIrkepl ,n
Slt ay, rallile n( clLael-llaa Fnivn lur Cents at 9'1 I
i,. d uthy thrUe per Cents at 651. 9rw. Thw Belgian ni
Loann s 74. t
La.ndena. F. 6Ih.-Tia' I'enri. imrn e of Salirday, o
silll lr Man igrakle ( alilaaimIe alel vlaicluaay, ruicl*ld w
a.i thiL rmoini. Thu 'ie ldr e u litle a, thI e iluare maniL
Ierll lad previanely arrivmerl, rnl o lial i elll ol irM'nay, 'n
litll altail oif which Lire rivers in antiltor parl ol' fur a- ri
Imr. iPare was ilrereaca lraniqUltullily nit Stulanray t- i
miala lait Itm errslni continuii l; altl it i. oatanutifli raiiark-
stik, Ihat aniltK tihem alsnaily nti, there arr la.lnl
hoarsiua at pr'semit ur fairmntrly hi allam iaimiiplo iteimmaln, %.l an


ao-..iarid with tI ilPolice. Tilt. plul is certainly in itself w
it' a mnliciranlilv iriunsl clrictlnr. ut
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THE AR$US.

MATIRJlDAI'. MA E4H S1. INMS.

At.rel-thly I.t tlhe rirpMst of liis ExIellhency tihe I (o-
veriiiir, which appeaurelu in time Rol.)l (aroette or the2lih I
in'tani, dal public uliicers atelenlud at Goviernmenit
llhse on T' lesay, at 2 u'cllck. It was supposed by
tllow' heluintloni lal that tim inetiing had been convenlId
i tlr e purprne of itadopting somne plain If tell payment of
tlhiir saIlri-s, but niot one word was l aid Umau1n lmtht suil-
jei l a no! Il ia cellency did nuol call theimn together to
ilcus minonevy anatlfl, but to road Isnl a lecture, insisting
upomn a early co-i lnraion" wilh lum, on their parts,
to rarry into enerotion Alu Measures. Qufre-W'lhat
measures We suppose then to be rrlnlive In lli Slave
quittin ; in lwhirl lie Iha btin tuice lderfelted in llme
Ilouuuof Amnembl. Prllably Ilis Excellency intends
t1 call toImer Ilous, in due course. of tlil0e, and wishes
tol nlist unonlr his banner tliom public officers who live
always hald lwo high a sense il honour to innllnce others
in voting for men, who are tlae known eriiniine of tll,
Co.ony. lie said, it was tIinm for llthem o quit llie
i neutral ground ;" antd rn'llocell imon lie gmentlelmin
who IAmerly administered this government, msaing dIal
tim Colony hnld lbeeno governed most umncuntititliion.ilv. 1
lia Majesty did not think so -otherwia, lie wumhl not
have cofrrad the honour of Kniginholi.dl ulnn the
" Wonhy" (jlnuLAL Ga ln, now tle (;overnoI of Tri-
niEIad.
Ilow tottering mwt be that man's administration, luho
r4uairem the aid of thimu, who never interfere in ililiaic,
1 centinue him in his situation. We should be very glad
tluellit Eliclloncy's lecluroe iln that occasiom.

Our ag of gold alu commnnined, wila the eerxnions of
do gmay elemeuas, which, having been invokA by tleir
devotes, have not been unwakeful to tie call; apparent-.
ly dereridl to fee da rage of ou'r IMvrH will Iti.
ag n wkm of Vulcan, tanl a if in derision of his
ma je Mj ty, coaplling old OcUanml to ehlibit his
cat, eovr with wihtc Sdlt feo --hoe airy reality by
which wr nw Colonial civil list is to ie paid, and a new
Militia, amped of discontented and no longer neutral"
public fuctionarie, is to be organized. We would nti
liku to be ithoght to imita te t example of the Gheant
editor, rendered notrious by thu King of Belgium;
buIt ye, truth a paels a to doclre, that we more than
l e ot that or ew Sovereilgo' holy band" will nol
bring m l devi* or enthumiaism, for his caae into the
aKld, Ith wa elhibitcd by Lepold'a army. when they
gt dlht ofl dal Dutch; but aill quietly look on, hopi
fer thair gp leader's lL
If pro ceild do any ooad, Wo have o doubt that
oe or twowould be ulrdd by a little Burgomnar, who
wa burn aum ed n when men's bodies were helped
lie a Flemish or Dutch houehod cheese, whild, when too
ravy or bulky to be otherwise handled, was rolled by the
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-1 ct a- prolc,." whlo woital my Opinioi) ; that it aspplIe.. LLth d --
..it .. dng.nta .r i a .iglp a lamrcl Wom Wa mera p r. I s aholtely farJl, s
wilrdlo 6, ing l-, llp c r cn" t...t' n/muhlinmg to the andalatandings of mwn, Of- il
ts weight. I would nrly be "" m" n u"""co le. titan cosmmn .n. A L.a ad w m p.
tal" nad evor redeloca aI wfim .ed such ea any matter oa moment, whr.by his private
M we would protest agaiass orelve. concerned, will enk fur advice and anaitaace I- Z.
II k baeh dan d.. ,d dL im is tline ofr *XMi y lmaorke1, 6i it Bee5.?y, in nitataml of liljw
...my ah "ng c"antd 1f IV the wam of a .u-.-oeikem,. ability, *rnm the inleresu tid ttl t oa. .al s',
gCsllitakefll ,TIt 6 resomplon uand urruofmnfo tb.ikft
a khd epnaotd frum tie prif and enuberances, and dgree it any panr so m itlu td,a o drprnd uua i.
mrlqueltly of iq r ti, would bh equally a* uncon Iinient aimo; and the umn that ca as t, j
ltatonal"-o re pnaticOmi rly. if the olnurmunas um of ptiM to be under lon r infuepae.-t-Unftnuiiatia
0 p.und. had bee ra"tuc d, ia tlo NaM manner. liil time, I have'lsild in a Colony to which time-an.
m I d wahtt. tions apply. To be sure, goveraoealei tiMa iena
om 1ts weight. pared, in which thu wordo IBy lng with Ith
Our said litdo Burgomaster deserve much com Ien- hlis Mjoesty'sCouncil," havu beoineiuned iibedn
nation from Governnmant, for tie .P*lla defencu of his been introduced solely--prof/am Tuhea fi(k
roostiulion ;" but we dtk, dhrt i hu. viewed the mue- pectable branch, had never been rmeorted to, it,."
.n adopted ltwrds him by the Asemibly, in a distorted tIy have attended their batrd, ea nmpq 'a ;
S. met i w it give the nod only to the plai.ng of an acceia, -0
manner, theyonly monay t to prevent rlpletion, wl Tn The popular branch of dli constitution, Il
Dry learned his suppliesalind touse the maxims .i Tit- insulted by i mluage without number, and hat.l.W
, instead o ofIose of DeJaium. Necessily lhs Ieen you must fretia such law only, ia suit nuy 3t
nclared to but rb. mrotr df invention, and bow admi- will. Feeling as mn alhould, out to be guided b41l,
ihly hasls proved tleltrai of the axiomi, by fflrdling of any military Chief, and for ulaintan. ImnlI
t e b n g privileges of thinking and acting for dael.L
rll a string of good and eighty runsunlo our uig- bran ch has been cut off, with a much indift .
master, for non-reduction qf alary, and also for demon-u would be felt in ripping off the stripesfrom tle iml.I
ruling his cuiuolinutioalul prelileci.un. It lemindu us Curpo.ral'i uniform. I have seen Megisurinte
f tim patriotic boasting of aiomm of our felow suajesa for w ptiiig into execution, Id iaslctiouled by I
S t a te liene p i ; w turo of this onmniputunce : I have, by goveraemu q1
IKn oidin$ s the licrin.d pintn ol Ctolunmi ; wnoo ,en ( .ummiionn brl ed, which, M"ilk
riic eal alwyn burned briglit, wouininion rogad, whi acehacodiq4u
trl.ollc. I7l alwyIY burel bilr.l, when thley ~hal i a ;.ige, as w ell an justice, remained inidislurl med-.A
cll booty in prospect, and required an uirecognigid ic bine ge.ssint; and tim durante bene pilr 4
~4 to c.r tllc r h bWs miaudings. trarily subltiutedil ; and to reutitht cliimax by uoi i
-- .. lilili constitution has heen observed, in ilIe CJ
On Tuesday, lthe Siscial Court of Oyur and Terminer a"hliled to, I have heard of an order, requiring i,
etl by adjouurnoent, ia trlder to try the Irople charg 'd e"'lance ion a ittighly Chief, fis t a resp'ciabl idI
o.f h. g ,' fr m u oupreso.id Judge, to time hippl)r nud lurnkey otai
'ith having eilmlezzle.d par of I gols fron e .la .- a Uorklous, Anti, for auglit I know, ihe hnilCr
ican sciahoner North Aimrica," v~hiclh as orecrked law; and wihohave been told, when so attending: IkL
pmn St. Salvador, in January last ; when tile following selit llue popular brunch of our constitution, ae diir.1
ills of Indictment were submitted to tle G;rand Jury, e'pect no neutral ground will any loUnrr boe tak qlk
or tieir consil.diration, viz:- you--you nmust entertain no opinions of your on, in
'h, my i imtalive will must be Ilie law, anu to whtiai
rhe ng ,. niun t succumb, or woe oe unto you. II' you do nmri
snult-true ill I i have n obmiamanc, 'l'oadilo rely to undermtla
T le n dirty l, I could suimnit to them, asit into Yur dtm
The King j will I plaice Ithliin. In a wurd, time dmeructLiU r l
rn. Grand Larceny-true bill. iproi.1rty-the Ibeggary of your prouen-u-nius hanm
W1illiam Oliver, J inhiclIm-re wiili yo)u ; and IU ll! leillijig wlichl (; el
'lime king naitur l ve l ttii iniulh d in youri br.asi, it tile) cmnlk
in. Ga and Lurceny-true bill. cr.ilicawd, thelly t io lin stlled.
Toby, a Slave, I 1s I ,a1 lt, p1irii lly ci oviilicdl f im rorrfvrnd
Time Kiing r ,(. oi) 1 ioun of Jude I)onwdy of DIl)um;ii, n ta brpm,
en. G rand Larcmn,-true bill. ,"I ai Atorney (Genern, relative to Ex-Ofriis;ide
Ben, a Slive, ) lnl v-rry Ionamei terrifies tne almost into itysterics, I"sI
The Kin g Ihe vLI careful in avlidilen any allusiuons of tlwe sn t
Ps. Assaull-true ill. liapy Cloioy, lest our viptlaint A\tInevy eierlrm M
Ellice, a Slave, a IuL at ime ; besides, Sir, sticlh 'ry blest wihm a
Sl King we art all, it otoli h pireposterous tor a meniione
Tie King civ llit lllo- reiImHrks Ler. inttielmiJ tOR i tl tU
er. (irand Larceny-true bill. (:li f, whose iurhanitv, anti wholm suavily of dpains.
TEl in Sga, llave imnprintald, in idelile ink, upon our liatu, f-
Tie KIing \ingl. nei to be ufladced.
enr (Grand Larceny-true bill. I'l ar of tle l|'rom who lIah innsrted a prolflla
Jell) roIrben, Royal li;azerl, lurbidi my miakiiih, ihnoe rnmrt,
Tll King m tll cru ie lmuiitml lou. In amisrr to llr 1 .l, al adM.
re. Grand Larcny-o bill. oi c utions, De Lolie, a justly adllinrd .illr a to
Williaml, a Slave, cuioniltiiin, say%-" Wlihtisi-r mi tns ul post i
The King atken pilirc, whichh they wire setiioul il eleeirWd a
el. v (irand Larceny-no bill. cor Icl, (ili.l is tlh C(uaionis,) tII ir miniide riemu a Md
Alexander, a Slaave, spltws o iiin liani toti lir, wlich li l*ii i'
The King duced redress uf dllei. Andl, ini gei.ral, when a hi
r. G Randd Larceny-no bill. c"n"a"iuet'cu of its ibint j.iiadl'd esseIntial tn pailk 1i
(ialhow, a Slave, ril, I;la bLenl j illed b1 tiln-ul to a mnllle* bLUI ilk
Tie Kiog lounI liil*,, to pass, in sucA u rrrahml crnompai. l
Grand Larceney-no bill. iasure, wih i.s In aidopitnl for s-verd years i
Tlnhmas Inmilton, G LIcli-no u d wn hoir are ,ecn arrderd to by 1 a Pr
I' (O cror, s noiv imoure inscr wrv tlmn Prof. W "4
Tile Kin | umot cerlaiily, in spite of |iroitests. it,.w lNised in. Woa
rs. Grand Larceny-no bill. respect to t e Vviien. bill, I shill ob.srve, it b
Toni, a Slave, the liglh of lle Ilouu of Assl- iiily to aigtuinEi, t'
Tlie king diiniiuia, any taxes or restrictions imnio l upoy sM
rn Grand Larceny-no bill. itaitears. 'rih indulgencr anil liberallyv ifn Ill pe
(Carulin TIauton, j) mien, to tliin inilebted to thllem, altn hi cii laer i"'i
Tie King t hniild witl the innal erioau incoinveniences, rnlieela
rs. Grand Larceny-no bill. to every consideration from le.' Asseirmlhl, al d"
John Seymour, from ie country generally. With ecanrd to theai
The King lasl objection ol the protarter, it is very pI,"ar"fl
s. Grand Larceny-no bill. tie shoe pinches--hl reductions hns irfy rat'd
Harry Gordon, h is family. Let me oluerve to you, nmy tf d i
SGo n fuur ol' tile nfaut remslcltalle and lucrrat.',r ,nhf
Two of die above cause were tried, vir. Ihe Kine Colony have Ite-n bestlued upon y.oi and '*'rtil'
agiuals Ellice,a Slave,and he Kingagainist William Olivr, salaries anti fes of which amount, as I lIan Ibren "a
for Grand Larceny, who were both acquiltid. TIh At- upwardI of three tulisand pioundsii. Lit n.' r"i-"c '
torney General then entered a nol prosequi on all dwae aI tlh it s tI lhe good people oft Ir l o1 al 'li a s
ombo. indebt.d, for tilin neans of acruirinr all lle '* O
udors._ dthat lle most luxurious alppilie could crave; an mi
Ma.eC o.h, itWL. you lhave expressed your gratitude, lhi not oni, 6-.V
dancing all acts ulbnoious to tml Inhlali.int- l 'i (1'
Ta tt lEdi r of Ikir oala A rga. but that youa have "lso lm-'n theu ipr, miiilet 0r' ofm"'
SIa,-To msrt to terror, or even to l y, o en yo ac- calculated to ruin vour bcnefactors. I'""i ". .
qure support for a government, is a censure, by inlpli- to ask you, Sir, what would he die cm,,.wiicnn ia
catiwon,on it administration. The interests uf the sub- awry l'ek, even, from any public uffier, aliirid ijl
ject, are o vitally concerned in a just and an equitable stnt trilling degree ao elconphishimentr l "r .i"f is
government, that sch a government, of itself sill en- object of a cartaiu high p.ronser--- oIld ii t lse
mre obedsc e to isa mares, and the authority eserci- missal from oGaicr, in a crack 1 S,me "u.,ul dr '
sag them. would orma a rallying point for every Il lest eapsy Ie drawn fiuna olts urs aiu-m, antd I sm1 r
man and loyal subject when any opposition w*a o8lred. coum, nd ntheon to your considcrsaiun.
That well ban nced conltitution lately remarked upon lhre I am,
by a high funrctinry, and that was once ile admirtion Mr. Editor,
of all ie wrhl, (lus htnt-r i: still Is rveN r r iot, l y ,ur oLdJin.t servan- .
ilield e thui I n e. lat isatt 'd i.lsI|. it, shall not' 'cc,r y i I'Mn 1






89t amauosa Sargui.


7is"A AMENTAHI'R NALYSIS. a
d the Ec rlslnMter amnltitliil that i Scoulds
Swki be subpiilttl by Ministers to tll boom
A il requislie infrum riitin conneoed wkb it
.,blaindd. Lord John Russell ated his lat I RT OF NASSAU. N. .
,hriag i on Friay a bill to isuuabli b tlh tn-
.- .ivid. countries d. wh, h will reur. CLEARED,


accurdilng to die pruviious of t l Engtih ro Match t.l Cer, Baltour, Tuk, Il.n-ed IT HENRY GREEN8LADE & CO.
Sl s1at. Iltiln brig CoadMnae, Baan, New Yak-
,*,err h qu9tion, 11w Chancellor of Ihe Excie- --------- On Mmdr* m-a, st, d U aiJ .
,la hdilan prudent intallell of diuklng any mite.- Th American brig Elterprise, Capamn Jlai BaIte. Jan. aT Te runu moac.
is* e beer *et. I*r m Savana bound to Jaumaic. with e.rEll' Rice .nd At 10 OOl t. LA .
i' (:auilttee on ire reform bill,'lhe 10 claus Lumber, waa errsc l atstaliong' I.lmd on lthe instant. Will b. md
ditshrssed op an uaaenda.. lt by Mr. eni Crew sa ,d- e Ato r.IA weeks Crd iving approves uriay b-
d c'lea, of laicih would laomo bastIo teB foe a The H u iVeiy, ap OriaS V i C apt Grilltha, from Jamaiea. fore sMIliverv of ppy.
Ir'id, ithe voesl rvulling frost vaalaioa, that bound to New York, via jagged Island, (where she lopped 50 hd hele supro m RIh Dir,
w take pIucr. Tr ill a.nlendn)Ot w*u I,,itiivrC.d for cargo of Smlt.) ajrnmi a leak at sea On the ath instant.
*sw takplac.Tim ssienalssont aM 1 asgatised, dur treendoua pie.' ard put ante Columbusi. Y t. Rice, In tiel c and La.!lhmlti.r.m
alS asend projtit.iofa Moi. hit tuin,, g to fatlo. she The wreking esels bought the. AboIt 5,000 t a YIs Pi la g bus,
,ln o lh alars raspalnl. g.t' Masler and crew lt hills port on Malday. #s lllh ,snt. SO me t C r,
L iln. treaty nn,wnier n lhr, r uelsoeud to The Ameroan brig Bets. Joaeph tker. .. fm t. BAai..
.ir Lard irsan enei tnd a hop. th ~ln do C1bs, bound to New York. a wrrecked at Fremh A young Negro man, a aed Ridl ddl l s.
r I.oll"l I a, en t terin iho. asti KrYa. oo the ISlh ilenInt. ar cunseqemace of i sturu West- 21 years,
,tijilionto "f cursia, Aestriu, and Prubaie, ,. duld current. The Captain and crew sere ;ad also, par. of "L
*; u1on which his Lornslliip slated, tllt ho.hal a the cargo. (coo.iting m Tobuhacco, Sugarand Hoiae.) in a
l espection tabit thu e Powers should ratify the danlsgedi state, whlch rnred here on Monday. A yvong Noero woeann, good Wahr ud Irosr,
f _~al __ nd plain Cook.
I.a Cear'r of lAe 4th Fe.-Lord Pal,'ieraiin CHRINT CHURCH PARISH. Al aw oths'Cdit,
lpsut igsi, in timle luSuof Comaumilsl, Ilthat lie Illy A Nero boy named Henry.
Itd the rliflicatiio of lne rreaty ni lilt (Colllftlin.e r Vea .nt FOR CASH, bor dainery,
lkuirlii, lju'ia, land Pruain, ti arrive soon. l11, H 4 AVING fied tih Ls in, of mno l athe sate oof 9 Box.e Candles,
,T; ss, of course', pg l ground, in his osin lpinion . p'r barrel s.uperline Flour, Ordsrml, that tie Ilnls, Bacon,
'i r'lr Iiis s~p.ictautiol ; but we cainotl I'ir,.il tllst sIIh silillist, Lufd do wtigaI JIbs. 7l.., and d, s.ii,'nntv Loaf Soap, Lard,
c..,fildesr 5w s'lsressir al to tisr arrt' .l" thet llb. 4o/. By orier nf the I etrv. A .D-.
;tai., ufi tli, ltls, asad espl on the tistl ul Jainuarv. I) \11D) PENCE, VYtry Clerk. About 15,000 f inch Cyprn_ Shigls,
Sno ti. new luhopes as vain as ihe lst Varv, Roost, 2(ill l Marr1,, I4S. With sundry other auicei.
i :.ntn,,epp:rary 'sy, tit to refuos to ratify waaldl -
1i sli,s Iuly, or srsss breast lb of tlll. T'lh later, FINAL NOTICE. 1March 31st.
rn]ii+i;, would I il|ly : bill dil not i .lM:i;,ler of thbe II IE Sl'ULSCR II)Is(, having clor d tIm mercantile -
anll sy, early in J.anuar, tlIat if here was faiilh in L concernsof the late Elia J. Solomon, Esq.,lhereby BY IIENRY ADDERLEY.
a,lilho rastificaltiiln f ,il EIsIsi:Uror of RUssin would r- Iotify to those a o still remain indebted so his Estate,
i~b.foln tIhe 1lis ol' llthal nosntli 1 and yret the 13th anid tiat Inlesr Iteir respective demands are liliiidlated pre- On M.oaday itt, Itt Sd inltat,
b f1a4 iuat'd ovr w'itiUilt iIchlI an even. vious to thie Ist June, they a ill lie placed in liso lIalds ul ArT Tltr. YLVr'r. ouve,
Wr l,'li.v, tiliti lile bu sisie"( sill I teritisnslatld nliisira- an Atorney-ait-Law, fir minisnedinte rerotsry. At @ rel.ak. A La
hill nuo thaI tl. '. Teal will lie rallifll in an *unsUiiIdrliI- |I'. M. SOLOMI) N, F xerutri. Willbr sold
dalg. ('ss''inss ass reqssirt.l stcis mlrtit rc'. li '. S. D ADDU LLY, -xtcutor. Superfine Floor, in barrels,
pils Whssssr tnay le tie rs'.It, hsssser, itt us .1sarchsitt.
hPaseo Ialsro .is,, 11 s Issssd tle Hlsiss ill d l rli sssr Iibi i s I tS I!lt''( I -N -- Situar+ in diato,
u ia,:r,::' ,sil, .s:..sl se ( gs;l itiist;, s"t tht,e IsAtNT NoTICE. Mice. I Corn, in bSP,
rl IFlK .s1 hip SllllliIH istlo.iIs to leave thisi for Loaf Suglar, Sta,
amI Pslhi,'rsilssn and Gfner;il S.cI iiili ihaie a siimil t Mhyhili. eariy in April next, aIc.ain reIrqtsts all p r- Hanas, iltaco, Cheese, Nuts,
lm lr tI,' to tuitr credit ua. sttesses i. ,siisl thleir sii Ias ins 55sf tlesias d sl xi lt ii lln to resniser thie a ns.t; and 15 Iorrela Potatoes,
r tIlu.' islshlslesd tI Isslss tso sslike payI(mst nlls or b, 'Ire the Sperm. and Tallow handless Ac. Ac.
I ltd,., i. ',. :tI.--Tl.re. is n's trsitll sai;lst\er in any Ill Ul .\o ril. All sascrtlst rullsinill silllssaid at risI 'rrn-.-C H, before delivery.
ib rIls,iti ua' s:llles tl.',,tiusis's ill ouleu st tiet .1l- lina', will be pul in sIt hands ol' U. P. \ouud, Eutsire, AI'D--
,i, r 5s) u l s Laord. 111,.'is- l .Iss llisp, I r lu ers. At iro Moelia' (rsdil,
"'.. .,t ass ElliCs.: sIUilrlt is 31r. itii lUo e IOBDERT WIER. The purclhaser giving apIsroved security, before rnovral
l,,it. n st.il let Ir,.land. There s in ltics, no March 14thl. ol properly,
t, "a ,I ( tnlanqtt i's osIt to I. te M.. ', but .Mr. i l s-. II: lllS H (l tll in,,seilng to l.ave tIe B.- t ncl .i W nd r i nd Rul,
WI. Thlse M.terslip as, ii.reli, nt!.t I to .Mr. Ihams ir s.ome Iine, rlque1ts 111 all |rsTon hnllig 1 ix Linen Check,
i.n p. u, l tlt he declined, atd'lthrelrcia re mclain oel detie nsiL asit. .l l l himi l o r,..hitr thet slst rholr teins ne itiost driay
a (*l eni.- imn, and all tlhou indebted, are reiluestuxl to make iilnmsediate I do. IBena e,
1 pa)* DenplB.
earlI( .tl/,ttrr.-lly thiu. til. l' i.,.ldtl.t son of the JOSEPH TIIOMPSON. 2e0 kes Itrish Lard,
pst Ki es ati Eslsniid lby .Mss. Jo.rd i, site actriress, has Mari chi. ') bags Ri.
b'n,,ils.d, lib oiullTr llleilittit.teml, irt. n lsve i. lo -- ' ------- -- | March 31sl.
mired tlilh, ol Ieraig ; ou lis ljct wo lid lthe 1 S:BSCRHIIIt, i.l.nding to leave this in BY JOIINSON & AL'DERS.
s. III i,.s lil d il tII Prescher, as dI- I I\prll ns Ir l niled Stales, requessIll per-
ea r ls a ier. M. .' Nilha oil lit halfof site t.iorssa- tsn hsingdss niis, t aiilts' lina tt renit r Itits m; and Oth Te sday nmot, e 5o h inldA t ,
;rl er, obeue Im1e .ll.I .l.Ha l-I : nb uhe tou Jlr. o ulwit Ah cI h or ichel, u mk a n o r e tl e nid AS t 10 'e11l1e A. AlX
S llastt ln i In t isrtil c ntsts ll a" orsis anwa il t alnsni Arlltrd l'. -e11 Al e r s ir elJce oI Jslpk Thompson, Esquire,
W ill bFede uptss osnts an mid owalb M. ni: I n, lClrss, -,ariii ]f at tit ull we ol (. Cd. buyd, i":ga. Isr Will bs bold,,
* l k llll\ tlo iiue i apl ins t ll s lliu ni (l au lnl, o n e ol
Lus aI siLTirulnlrToisl that w;. River Ipu, in tism liistlrys rcovel ly. F. TIHNEII. All ii Hllouoshold Furnitnre, Cosiinig of
d mm, isupon ite aiorai of a ('i hrisl.n nation. .1 ar il i ls 1 pair iandulae C'oncie.,
irWltanlt., may I nout ,ss, mstu I nlol msa, can I an- Jar -do.. I se Mahnnv Chairn, to ratch,
'w&iriy.fl.Lfre raloJ, ia I a, it not in consnexia" .t OTICE. i oi.n Table, Tea Table., Ca di0 ,
ilaechia polrt ionof S'riplur, ais tis I ihols hl si..,l P' BLIC SCI(OOt), .NAS.\ A', N. P. I Breakfat silo, on set DinMg lldio
a, ri.tio.,, nnion. u.ht t ris. in iiiion h.ei sst IlK above estblilisment s ill be alie ndrM ton umla, i Sihl board fuany ruh botsoad Chairm,
i; I hil th1I tisi rhII.Irth in Il.is i.atin siild l.t ,.ust L untii Iurser noltic. l'ernns dreir.ss of Iplaring Win.dsot Chirs, Setters, Burman, Bodadeads,
*i4, it; 1I Ih1a lo hl le ilnho lis in lhi, cl..isit, ii i.., |hei.r Chilids inll sti u.ltblhnetnt. eiil b p.ras'd to Wash-hand Suand., Dresing GlCae,
h 'at in, lla IlIus of siE,..,. ,uhll to iri he gfor i Ca ly u tto, W. T. PItE rTON. An N"ort\men of (ilassware, dAc, .
iAlsh lir- -to bring illo publier n tiKllter I ah Itl ith o 111 the L i.e trch AI. O- -
ai'e-iIe puutint g inso li.noural' sliginiy ol sii l. inn-- A lhndAome upilhl Colusae Gsand Pim Forte,
i, iSall I .v 1-c ildiren thll arei the suil of forni- 1 X IA SAi\', lur sle at 15 cents pr bushel' A highi toned sTare ditlo, by ltoddrlt,
M-Ilta are t le fIlit of tni~,,llime U in thie Ianll.' o TOMA THOMPo ON. lo
SI\At Etuman That ell known horts Mtarpit
LEeolo CFehrtary 4th. Together with a maul Loselca asTda Gig, maRh
aaC'AaP~yt a 8+^03 i F__a_ __ T^iU h. 1 a G harness,
IP Ercy rein akal to lIar, there ,I /lol aftr I NOTICE An excellenl eight day Clock, with a variety
rrcrcy erifo ese .o lnarf ,t la., af rlr T I SUBSCHCRIU ER ofer fur f le, by private bar- other anirles.
r,di/rd trwi f/or the felyr, ofr,,,RTV rsnv .uiI gajn. 7.rsu---oe mM', CredF, m giSi xserioty r
alr srityr atte Ar .crtarly' obfr, or put lp hisMmi, 6 Ildl'. chlpice b FaslEria Wine, a ired.
44t) dozen sa. do. do. Ma rh .
Ol'refsfrrirrj.e>rinas prTri.nesto kiineprtiu-Irof- (b ) dozen do. Tenrrife d ,, M.ych 31s.
AbrtiK, at any tiu dring FronrT-rv E uAr, a T1icket I runk (;GenllnIen's Shles, FOR SALE.
s ataind. 2 blue Dinner Seuw.
ImF .$ oWPta dM ERErON .IIENI Y GREENSLADE & ('0. The House a.d Prem s at preast acupim
t M FJs T OT PERTI IS Pcemher24th. by Mrs. Pokier. The Homes is roosy a
9 ersaner Anutr r r etis FORnI1 ..T. co-.nvenwent, wih uleargeKitch andwashb
A,' i'l,,s FORk PHIILADELPHIA cd, chair I and sltag for t
i Feir.yary Allxanil.r o alar i r The fdst sailing ichooer POMONA, Mil- horn, ientive yard and nm ph." Th'n ildiL a
IUsh iiy IItr.d lwi I ler, nmaser. For pesssge ooly, (having ood have ben lidly thproshly repa id, ad h, pa pt
,4th Alter Tcerlm Vi ,acuntoa nidatonss) aIsply to tise (Cp ain. or sO of tm fences have bern newly put Sp.
., th I ullita iW. II BENJ C. C. CLAXTON. AI.SO
5Ih *. W. I. Aleianler M,,rA tract of Land situated at the Village, reornl*hug
le Mrrh trainer Mee LET, tht plny itted c re. It is divi-dd by the villanromd into tw Lo, dh
Ikh CeRls Er. o an Prem ET, iah. pdleo n thy i td e lot being intersected by t ew, rr o lhaing fro.
di.JsslhTtho.mpson possesion. A pp slyo posed of in oneor throe Iota. Apply to
t'I Fo.e i a. a-tll,.a S.pembeir 17t li
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.ITALY.
Tthmw l-tnhMItwdo "Joar. Tha GeemJ
Frblwi, ComeL d QiT tof do Amo Wer.
bad praiwv4 dinmthr m CIAid Ast iern Is which

Shfar meM d PestMl ad s b Bologns,
w ich w bded y a cbr .onda rable of paitru.
rattl tpnutC hdnnlnmn*J-p-B.(I .
It bil U" alia eut fl naelr J de tiAewrd
bM uddremJ d Finch OCwaramet a diplouirc
n-,h wddb dbt m St Ah r waa, b ranr ah he
i.,rd ibL, d b l td -- as aIctatd by a
sobh of amqmats -*ik by a eomm'waive "oag,
ad lt ehis de P dmd br Msolu marwm d time
with n i" se aai-e. -
HOLLANR
The fLbling lM mn ues W atm Id k papm. re-
amid taeda. Ih be men t hi IMJimr of Fo-
rei Am be md toe w Some Gan O~n a repo of
d* porom -e pa pr lpS lt im of dl-bmarhing qg-e
the unl pM h d S m oL Ceafremas ud ith
ing s ult Tir iply orf tL DBtch Phlipaeon-
tiri, which m we e enabled eachivelwy to plblish last
week. frimend,a mirh haim be expected, an important
rnt of ahe Minaatl r a coUmmalauion tie Csanmeros.
SMass to have earned for its ausdls a high degree of
epplamuse (ro r ta whIose inlterelts re so deeply involved
in the neptniliomi. Time rapid manner in which ime wub-
scription to she Dutch Loum ar imp~erwnn, cnmiul fail ito
excitett sllenti.m ma preis the mnthiaicL exertion of tihe
notHiL to tim caua for dile support of whicl it is dLemedl
necenary :


.I. mme u r of 0 S i-eiats..s cou.aid dIe psre-
se, rtoant. it b* l ,e dgti the -in Shis P DLtaia,-,m
S.at Pd maw Pam a, ha aln anlie PMgina ty
iu. ---ach =- ame a thler Courta hid nt M J fai-
alded hue ae'le astil o f te i lr Woter fI Zme
them Ikh C tondaemea bad dseid t the Pm the
ee*ubise of Msieatl1u ad continue open for t Courtl.
SThis mmm im enaig eea mate ing. i

hahaailmmheostk macsod dac la r k
The aimttiaa e tumami witb ties haa at e ntics-
lioe dad the amty l ignad a ei a th November.
team,. blsmr ihk aiprteaisarie of FrYanc. kthe Plo -
Iunliaiy g Um Bita, the elleBlgi Plonipotetiar, re-
spectively.ia e IT HAZY.
WESBENBERG,
TALLEYRIAU.
PALMERi TON,
WLOW.
GIVEN.
MATUthCHEWIfT."
WTRLEMENT.
cLaunr AsPrrEXD TO rlor coL no. 55.
The Belgian Phkearismo having been hiaomed by
the Pheapoenatirie ofa Ameria, Flume, Grei Brieai. Prus-
e*., and Rusia, th, ia owesequac of some of them as
thing a. yet received Ishe ae of ratileemioe which thej ex-
pected, or order elto e rtem, Ihe Couore eof Io n-
don had decided th the Protocol of the eslhange of mile
rariialionm should repai open for the said Count, he (tie
Relgian Pirnipotentiay) declared that this measure, which
lihl been adopted by their Excelencins, the Plenilptenlia-
ries of Austriu, Pruuia. uad Russia, affording himl (the un-
dmrigined)--es it ousl no doubt. afford his Government--
the reasonable hope of the immediate vacation by the three
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Tom HlYwa, Feb. 2. ne eaemre pvs .iiu. I m. a -,
Tr a mis. Oe therefore grye hiw Adeses, on t music ti e
SKing of the HBeg i t tthe moMure is question.
Th'r Royal Highanem th Prince of Orangei and (SIed) BILVAIN VANEK VEYER.
Priine Fradlmi lasve is HlaguIe tI -maow, for Rmlter- London. Jan. 81, mIf.
dam, whenfc they will g liy dte sieatu uatl lite head- [Ilere follow the olcial rificatiomn of the Conveoalin or
qunrtern at Buob e Dec. Trermy ul Nov. Ins IUI, by France. Engluad and lelgium.]
His Elxellncy the Minister for Foreign Affair, yes- The Polish General Roinarino has been received awitl
terldy, miJe tl promise d couitusunIhationu to the twi great lnours by the French atl Strasburgh. The horse
Chambers oa the Stes nemral. Tih second Clamber were taken from his carriage and five hundred of the Na-
was a*urid. that, on this occasion, tme C(halmbers were lional Guards drew it to his hotel amid loud cheers, the
armnle ilelainted with the answer of the London Confer- music striking up tie national airs of Poland and France.
i.nce 1. dliie iihrvati r l made by the Pk-niplmlntiariea ul Eve y house also was illuminated, from the gates of the
th. Ni'lhrlnida at Loedo ona lilu wenty-lourth article; city to the hotwL
andl also the reply to am (Gourvriamet ito lie answer ol
,lhe ,i,& rientr. It is il, the its lisa reply tie utbjec- bIREL ND.
imois p'evi,usly wldie to htie stipula.lio respecting thie us- Du"bli, Feb. 4.-The Poliairal Union again met on
virlion ini dte water. of HUollUanId a pin r' ild in and Thursday, bu it was only to exhibit the justice with which
tlmt a modiication uf the Articlesu tlat sulaect is p.)- it is now regarded u ane object of ridicule throuliu.mt tlls
lively demandrd. The meaner in Which this reply i city. With the exception of a half a do en, time auditory
drawn up, ishighsl commended, nd il is firmed, that, like wm of tde lowest description. The absurdity of the pro-
all tim preedig diplomatic documales, it is usually dis- cading was iacrsed by the presence of a Polish gen-
tiiiriisad hby d aeodimis of d e amureUts, aud lite Leta1 o at onand h an Imearune, who coocnlued
*mieryi of the style a ttenmpterd peech i half Lnglilh and half French by
Iara Torlnamt who was a the head of the le a inag the assembly tha t"h Poles were ready to meet
movenmnl in Lulembnurg. was anerst. ltre, also Count their deatsu for Ireland."
dr Larorlhjacquelin. brother to the Countns of the tauni The disturbance in ie county of Donoegl have coasdl.
name, who was lately involved in tihe troubles in dew weit rom ime commencement they were not attended with any
of France, ad iobliiedto leave rhe country. comoequence more serious than he alarm excited by
We are assured that tihe ubariptionsu l tohe new loan the apirarance of insubordination among ltie peasanri.
imeiullt to boutl77 iiUliune imt including time siount uide l One plern, name Doherty, (the brother of a Calltulic
arrilml at ueeral places which i not yet known. Some riesl' w*ho has lee' for sonle tue Ip st prevented fruni
partiulars, however, re known, for inmance, tha ll a u"icialing a sIuch) has been arrested as tli ringleader, and
sulnrription at Drdrlecl i a niillio and a hall, beaidit conmaittd to prison. In die present condition of Ire-
whaI is subsri.d for the inhabitras of that place at Am- lad, it i not wonderfu that this ilcumstance doul.l Ie
lemdani : at NiSLuguen a million end lhalf, Ar. demtoed stuficienl to visit the (Culliasic clergy with impu-
Arowding to accounts from the army, all furioolis actions for which tIere is not the slighteit Ioundation.
arm to ceae on te let of March, by which day all them Th"rr i in another instance, however, smnletli more
nw ahareton furloughs ame have returned lu deir corl. cioM in the shape of a cimrge against Rev. MI. Ma-
Ameredm Fr'b. &-Actarl Debt, Two and a half genis, a Francirsan friar, who ma been arrested and com-
per Crat. 89 40; Asnt Synd. Four anl a half per mitted to he gaol of Kilkenny, as having been concerned
('.en. 661 &t; Do. do, Three aid a half p Cent. in the murder of tpolicemin at Knocktrlir.
1) 54; Voluutry Lan, Sin per (nct.L I stated i nmy lan communication, that lthe rports of
4; Volntry L Si Pr e 9 tie murder of'the Rev. Mr. Falkmnr were unfuundei.
H1OtLLAND AND BIAIMll'M. Subsequent information has proved ithat I wrs correct; sind
I'reieldffly-far *f A/ Cmlowre Ad d atr 'e oewig.n O l vet I dare say that sme of 'our English Journals have
am aols laof h /a f Iae. ;mr lad annoTnced it as a altuntic.
of s t heu alOp the ConaerU ce, the i nruporl diaries n m 'i.-re have been for somne days past ronmin of the
an yet rsbied dea farm sin resictive Courn relahve n. in te nded dePrrre of Lord Angkle y. I believe tieo( n to
tim ewh nsge rli fician u(f the treaty iginld n Ihe Iijh he talhty destituteof follnhdtion.
of Novemrw; bu, as they were in the eIpeclalloan o r--
crman m these orie tiy riueued lhat the Protocil nllght CHOLERA MORItI M..
ruama oes n mi thmr haind in rea other Comr should forth-
with prmeed a Mthe torietia of te t.ad Ireatis. In ae- C en l ord of Iluald,
JM to r e1 e,. the lr e ap r teemaraneM l l Frao rand Council Ofice, Whitchail Feb. 4.
(;eat RHta dilarid that. niwuhiandulag the ima ,nance .s'uil and, Feb. 2.-Remaining as ait tepon, I ; new
which their fluovernenul atiilaheil in Ihe inmultaineoui e-I. calI', 0; dliod, 0; recovered, (I; remnaiiniln, 1.
change ot the relltciaion. they fell it their duly to pIeerel Nwcastle, Feb. 2.-Rremainine at list report, 26
without further deley, having sson to fear what, if there l- new cam, I ; died, 0; recovered, 10 ; remacninin, 17
odse alh par immnt to laeM pace. dowaba mniht be (Galrehead, Feb. t.-Remaining at last report, 9; ew
emertaiae oft their itentions, aind hey fnahl ne the reffct ciws, I ; died, I ; recovered, I; reminainil, n
.a erme by the e Ieasi pert Ia linrie, th thee d i North Shields and Tvnmoeulth, Feb. 2.--Rmainin
t ie o k tI in of the French (uovermt n and thut of his aI ast report, 75; new cases, 7 ; died, 3; recovered, 13 ;
hkimmrl Nxojel. suld in ma wxy mels their ronmnl remaininmn, 74.
wnshea a connilene to pne hrve ta ume unanimity of Walker, Feh. 2.-Renmining at lat repon, 6; new
snentiwnts and proneiiplest-4he saie umoa with those Couts, case, I ; died, ; recovered, t ; remalioing, 4.
which have ibw paevnted by utistance. aIdl thl explanatus nelKillingswonh, Feb. 2.--entining at lat report, 0;
which have oeulted fam the treaty of the I 5h of November, new casm, 3; died, 0i reertred, 0; renmininut, 0.
from trnns asting ln hm Plenipemetlares the acts of rifi- Heen, &c. Feh. 2--Heaining at last report, 8
ci a.7 lmL ea a ihe 1Plr to sa ehrnge them. new ca s,,5 ; died 0; re rr5; rmainiop, 2.
Thin L y wd i amne ,wos jost apociBnted by tM Fo e Iladdington and virinity (North Britain), Feb. 1.-
who fad thrim a gamns for the peace of Eu me Remanining at ht reprt, 13; new cass, I ; died, reco-
h nply a rhiba deebhiasma the flenipredetis ofa Ae rita, vo s d remininiA, 13.
p ~ s and U es a s md the Ionm srafietn e which Trameet, ke. (North Britain,) Feb. 1.-Rerminiag at
m met a tis i am "p m -g du hatI report 39; w cases, ; diei, 0; recoered, 0; re-
mem. W p daeion w or ik by Ui s- ia mit, 42.
un' m Th ra iptre ntel Aanri, Prmsui- al Ru- Pretum Pan (Neah Bitain,) Feb. I.-Remaining a
igd h p r emlin. d that ay wedn ha. Mnsd m Lr rt, o ; flw cu--, 5; died, 2; .erered, 0; re-
iwh the eie Paadlf awdle ollw tha t of mome th* I
masth daoef to m hit~s t eilt S the L Ofr i bk (Nrt' Britain.) Jan. 81.-RoLaining
mdssmY fata Of which held beaae 5 tib ilaSKI& thee Bua (N r
wee d. nwy thiag hI their poer m prerve d a ht mret.O; 1 m om.
at the adliy of Iml pew @ l ri ei u j Mie *rMil (Noh Brain,) Feb. l-Ramiaag at
t *ne mnie t ld A e c*omantly darbed to this attain-. I" m 66; .case, t; died, 5; recovered, 5; -
m staining 81.


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Toubtalhsem whm se ti dmems '
i- eM ad,- otm which s re-
twas Ihve bea his daJ racei.-
ed i

Grand total
N. B.-No nrep nreaied frnM
(Signed) WM. MAC

BAIIAMA ISLANDS.
By Iis Excellteny Ste JA c
CU*M L-rSATT, B eA I ,If
of Iis. Majesty'i Freea, 0~.
(L,. ,P.) Comaweader-in-Cif, is ai
mid Isudands adef ted
or thaetay ber nkth .;
Vic Admiral ad Oe
same.
A PROCLAMATION.
IIEREAS the General AsMeillly lof tsk
lands stanl l prorotued untoi tile rt-rLi9
of Marclh iinutant ; AND W\tnilCKA it i erpdil
tie said general Assembly should be dieshri I
threlore issue this my proclamation, dioislvitg i
generall Assembly; And the salue is hereby
accordingly.
'iv.n under my hand and the Seat of lte said
at N'asse, .VYew Providence, this tvenry4iW
of Marrc in the year of our Lord 1832, atii
second year of li Jallajesty's Reigs.
J. CAaMiCAIL-cgrlmi
lIy lii Eicell Uy's Command.
S. NESBITT, u,,
__ GOD SAVE TIIE KINU.
(;0 VRN.IENTM NOTi-c---

P ROPRIETORS of Slasvu and Agents a ha
tfr abse t owners, who may Ie detsorn of
Sto Slaves front one Island to another, ill trDiliu t
object they have in view nd save themselves ndthe Phk
authuo ilier a great deal of trouble, if they will amn Fp
iely attend tluo ILe ;plltioUs, .il Iford, at oe, *
their ipeitions, trie inlfornlaion without which iha Gen
nilr cannot give tim imerlnissin nrcluirvd ; ud wki w-
Ibrniitiion is very flreq.tfitly at present not to hIaaili.
until onl or two lullers have lbe, written from t Pdk
Secretary's olirrce union tlie silirrlt. l'he Gouvem i
mit, in future, allow any niotire to It taken of siasppl
lion for the renmovilof a Slave, i ll lich it i at ~si
and uneliiivoriilly staed.
Ist. That tle owner of tile Slave is the Iprosr
an latet, or hats a sare in the Salt pond uo thei S*
which it is proposed to remove tile Slive; and *li
for the purpose of cultivating tie isid estate, l fknu
Salt in the pi belungiig tolhii master, dtI permis
the removal is rreilimo'sd.
2.1. A certificate signed y Ide owner (orin tebm
of the owner by his Alloroney r Agernt) is reqirdlete
steached to each petition tfiwr t rem ulof a Shlae. ,sta
tht tle removal will nit c ne any separatiiao( Fnmilm
that is, between llsbiAlnil a.id W'ife ; bLtwee Paiim
children under 14 years of are.
Sd. An extract from theI Slat Register, migadl ib
Slave Registrar, must accompany el peitio *, i do"
the Slave or Slaves; aid in the event of n7 r hknil
been any transfer since the 1st Janiury, lKll,(bs de
of tIle lat regitration) petitioners inm.t, in ailditt-
certificate of Registry, accompany ti-ir apllicratio
a bill if Sale; so as to shew that Iime Slive or Shiras
pnied to be removed, do Ratieslly and mInea ide Il'"
tie person who isthe Pruprietor of tim Estate s al 6
is intlrenld to employ them.
All Mrinorils or Petitions for the renoval of Sbis.
be Iset to mise Phblic Secretery's offre ; anl froem aOte
none that are not strictly in accordance with tim l
rules, will be forwarded to tlie (;iovrnor.
By His Excellency's Crimlnmsnd.
S. NESIU TT, Ss?-
GOVi'RiNMrET Hotair.,
15th March, IKdI.
SOST, between de Pos and (;,nri, Sves, a& r
Sof Gold Spectrcles. The fAnder WiM br
eOnely rwarded, oa delivery of them at the ol ic
paper.
March Pgtlh.
FOR NALE.
The choice of Luts of Lamd, "*id
bUilnt agd improvements there mdl
i Prinrce's. et, generally known by 1d s
SLightfoot, r Cipia's Row.
For Terms and other paniculas, apply d -
K~rihn.
ENRY GREENSLADE ACe
March 3d.


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I 1 4 1*1 ''J ? >.':r r^^ m^^ J'^. ;i ii' i 1 M •Wi. I .iiatna glrfliis c 1(1. from the ilaUtmttre .imurtean, Atarck LATKST KIUIM KHANCi:. TIm* pwrki'l lip Siiify, ai New York, brinpt PiArU pAimf>l iIm* lUtii Mud liavrv to tiMlllli Kfliruxry, bolli TIk* Fritnch poviTnnMnt ha fMMMli'ni <>l Um Havre paper llius announces this inlell( M-nce : Xi'UT a lonff ('onfcrence of tlw Ainlmx^aiiors of t\te f.Mif (.'real Powers yi-sterday, at the President of the Counrii's, rebpertiiii|; tiM; ^tflfuirs of Italy, couriers were de|Htclieon the t>rniHl deniainl of th<7 Holy Father. TIm' re|H)rt of anarniaoK'nt foi (,'ivifa Vecrhia, which yestenlay was lieateij as a fable, appears now to assume more consistency, in ronseqotrnce of the article from th,* Jmirnal to proced almost from iIm* Cnliinet of iIm' Prime Minister, or from the oll'ice of M. St. Aulaire, French Ainbassedition. Ikrlin,Janiujru ZU. — The explanation of the Kussidn Cahinel. on the BTgiaii (pjeitton. *rill require a new ne^^otiation. Sidl ir language is any thing but wjirlik**. and the retrograde rnuvement of the Russian trtMpH. continued to ui from St. I'eterslMirnh, ij a freih guarantee o( peare. It must not be lorgtitten, that the Sovf reigus, in persuaihn^ Le(pohi | bocome King, contracted (Julie* towards! htm.'—Aui^sbiir^h Guz. Our (loverunient. it in vaid. received deNpatches to-Jay from St. Pelernburj;. aunouncin;; that the rutifuationof the tweuiyfour Articles by the Kmperur Nicholas was soun expected.— The Ltmdori t'ourir of the 8fh states that the despatches f kXMCi SLAND^. Uif His EtctlUncy Sir J^ (L. S.) Cimmautier-mChiefs inatuT''^ said Islands ami uf the Garrig^ ^ or that uuiy be sent thither^rT*^ ^!!*> lice. Admiral and Ordi r ^ ,.' A PROCLAMATION. WJiERKAS the Oenerdl Assemldy of tl^J lands stands proroj;ued unto tlie thiriy.^ '*" of March instant ; Anij Wuekkam it is exJd ^^ the &aid (ieneral Assend)ly should be disy|ved"'i therehire wsue this my proiiamaiioa, dissolvin, .l" ** Oeiierul A^iembly ; And the saine is hervjiv A "^ accordin^ds. / ''**<''^ under my hand and the Seal tif the $^ jj A'ussr/M, .\ew l^roriilencr, this 'ifra/i^iJ/^' Gieen at uf March in the year of our Lmtl lH3*i ||^ second year of His Majesty^ s Hei^n, J. C AKMH liAKL-SaTTS Jiy His EietUeney*s Command. S. NF.SBTTT ,,. GOD SAVE THK KINO. f GOVERNMENT NOTICE. i}Mke of one reijimeni heini,' destined for the Papd shures, it had pirkeil up a va;iie nimonr, fourtded tipon an acciflenLiI expression u\ on** of tin* Kind's Aid-de-('amps. Then, lMwever, it had not even iH'cn disntssed in the ('tHHicii. .Since then atfairs to the Mmisier of Foreign At*airs. aniiouured that Russia was iROPRIETORS of Slaves and Agents or Alf,;„ beri:.; but nevcrihel.... it was hoped that the ralif.cat.un 1 :* .J*" '^^" '""*"*"?• ''.*'" ">.* d.^i' of rt,. nut jet decided a* to the ratifiearion ol tfie 'I'reaty of Novt-mP would take place The Jonrtial du IlaTre of ihe 10th int; Slaves from one Island to a no tlie r, will exwj^jif ij, notices, as a singular j "'^Jf*** *'.'^'> '•'•*<^ '" ^"7 "f^'' '*"\'*'. ••''"'*• Ives and the PoWk Tin. <:alunet was not in a s.H.e to hre.k with Austna ; | ,,,,.j„,>,fe. 7_Verv little do.ng on 'Change to-dav-Con' ""'' '" '"!"•'•• """*' ""/ ^ '"*' '" '"' '"''•^" "^ " '^ hm tuku.e advaniavje ol a clause .u.plnd in the decluhuIs o,,^ned and closed at U 3- \i. This goes to confrrll, i '^" ^"^ '' removal ol a Slave, in whicJ. il is uotc&l, raiion ol the I o|m* s AndMssador, il was discussed in i ibe statement of l^.rd Althorp that go ernment h as alis(dution of a s4-tioiis demunfltrali'in was Mken — it "is however nut one rejfiuunt, but thn'i'or four that are talkeil of, a uunder equal to that oi the Impel iai triMipk in the Marrjies. Tl* wailike ariicle of tinJtiurnal des Debats, is the retell of this decision. Orders were ^'iven by telegraph to equip at Ttiuhm two ships of the line and five friti;ates, and to diaiter at Marstulh^s and One merchant vessels as trau^ports. Ttie fifiih, l.ilh and *^ih are detacbi'd, it is saisner amounts In eight, and is supp'fxil will amount to nine uiillions francs. Italy, Farnxa, Jan. '4^^.— During tlie combat of the l^.hhof this iMonib, IHIH) civic guardersed themselves among ibe faunlios whicli th-m an asylum, and that tite town mi to a TiiUaKe al*andonei4 tlieir arms Paris, Fth. Jfi. — TIh) A usirians entered Bologna on tlx5^lh of January at 8 o'clock in the njuining. There was not the least dislurbaiicc. The Austrian army had so taken its position, as to enlor sunultaneously at all Uie yales. It is said that \^0O troopsof tbilinehave just embarked at Ttiulon, and thai about .StX) more will bv embarked to occupy Civita \ iH-chia. A simuIlaneou occuiwtion of the legation bv the French and Atislrian tnMjpx il| take |duce, — but in such a manmrr tiiat the) lmll nut come in contact with each OffwT. Tlitj following is extracted fiom a private letter, datcd Rohgna, Jar.uary ^9 : — Cardinal Albani has iwued a I p 1st, That the owner of the .Slave is ile proprietor if I Estate, or has a share in the Salt pond on the islam) i which it is pro|>4>sed to remoxe the Slave; and tbiitv SPAIN. ^*^^ '''*'' P'"P"*<' "* cultivating the said estate, ot fornkin; Extract of a f.rivate letter froii'i Madrid, dated the lOlh I '*?"'^ '" *'"* T"" '^'""?'"l.' " '' 't'•^ '" |>ermwn lor instant :-" Immediately after a Council of Ministers, an \ ''"^ '''"'"'"' '"''M-'-'s**^^order was despatched to I lie Military Commandants of the 2d. A certificate signed I y tlic owner (or in tlieibrsr; northern provinces u retain only the troops strictiv necessary for different garrisons, and to send all the others towards (lalicia and Estramadura. Orders have likewise iKfeu sent to Pamf)eiuna for two of tle regiments from that garrison to be matched to (iaiicia. Tlie intention of this IS to keep bodies of troops ufMtii the frontiers of Portugal, ready to enter tliai kingdom in case the expedition o( Don PeJro thould effect a landing ; for in spiu (f the Cabinets of London and Paris, the King is resolved to take part with Dun Miguel. Let M. Perier and Lonl r . Orev take learning. Tliere has lieen very warm altercai ''^'if'^' "* Registry, accompany their applietiK.! sitl. tion between M. Calomarde, the Minister' of Justice and .""^ ^'*'^ ^ '" ^"^ "^"^ '***' ''"-' ^'^**' *^ ***'"'* ^ M. Salaiar, Minister of tlie Marine, the latter in con.^**^ ^""^ removel, do actually and bona fiile beUyio quence has resolved lo smd in his reaignation l>ers<.n who is the Proprietor ol the Estate on wbKhH ..,.,..,' '"^ J""' >"^" announced at Court, that M. Salmon, "T''"'^ '". 7'^'*;> '!**.'"• ^ , r , Jios which offered Minister of Foreign Affairs, died to-day at 1" o'clock All Memorials or Petitions for the removal of Slam, ght not be ex^iose*] j I|,. had Koen ill for M^^veral days, an.l M de C''olomaide *** "'*"' '" ''"-* *'"'''*'*' SecrHary's office ; anrf froai mhfw Iwd been charged with his portfolni ati interim of the owner by his Attorney or \gei;t) is n-qnlrHioM attachel to "acli |)etition for the removal of a Slave, Mtlint that the removal will not cause any separationof Fsiaiia ; that is, between Husband arnl Wife; belueeiiPsieDtfiiKf children under 14 years o( age. HtS. An extract from the Slave Register, '^'iprd h\ it Slave Registrar, must accom|>any each \>utio,dMcrikii; the .Slave or .Slaves ; and in the event of there hari^ Itefrn any transfer since tlie 1st Januarv, lKfl,(lli it 1 1 of the last registration) petitioners must, in addition to tk Changes in tlie ministry had lieen spoken of for sune time. The death of M. Salmon, hy deranging the statu f/uo, will undoubtely give rise to a new composition of the Cabinet. As be liad received extreme unction yesterday, the clmire of his successor was alrealy in delibiration. Tlucandidates tliat have the greatest chance of success aic M. d'Ofalin, Amliassador at Paris ; M. dc Labrador, titular A iiiUssador at Rome, but who is .>till at Madrid ; and M. Paez de la Dadena, Minister at St. Petirslmrg. TIk. last apjH'ars the most probable, as his nomination would rivet the hands which attach our couit to that of Russia." POLAND. The Warsaw Journals contain the following • Princf |.r.Hlamation, in which Ikstill s,K.ak. of Uh. good inlen: :hl'!^L^'''f '""''"'' P^sM an ordonnance, regulating Lns of die Pojie to ^.nt to tile provinces mX^^rat.ons ^ov.sionally granted lo otfice.s of iIkI'olish none ihat are not strictly in accordance with the lorfgwm rules, will be forwarded to iIk* Governor. By Hts Ejtcellency's Command. S. NESBITT, Skv. GOVKR'VIHF.NT llot'SK, 15th March, lH;i2 SK, I :iJ. i stNtod to the wishes of tin? fMHjple. But His Excellency niakea no mention of any reforms to be made in criminal army now deprived of the means of suhsisimce, as well as lo the widows and oiphans who have fallen. \\ comWINf; hxer(lf nenn) l^' Bv order id tlie \ csirv. DAVID SPEN( E, Vestry CWrl VE8TIIT Room, 9O1I1 March, \ML H shilliiiL' Loaf lib. 4r.sons arrt^tcd on tlK' 2l itixtant ate strangers to Paris, the utmost pro|)oriioM of tl>se really Ulonging lo tiie capital not lieing more tlmn one in seven ; a great number of theiu are fiireigners. •V general fast was ordered by the King of England for the^^lsl March, on account of tlio Choh^ra Morbus. A letter oi Sth Feb. from a person near M. Talleyrand, says ** llie Conference since the ;ilst Jan. have liad many nee ...I .h., .iK.y will i„. .,e.,;..i .„.„,„„ ..f .i;,";-;^;: JV i, ^77 "f,:", >":';;, The relief is to be granted to the following two classes. —1. Officers and functionaries of tlie civil atlministration, who, after the comniencemeut of the revolution were a.lmiiied to active service : and who after having* taken a part in iIik revolution, spontaneously retired without uoing lieyond the frontiers of tlie kingdnm. 2! eterans, who were admitted FOR SAKE. The clkiice of 2 Lots of Lan-!, with * buildings and improvements tlw-n on, !•!'•* Prince's street, gem'rally known bv ihe nanir' LightttNit, or Cupid's Row. For Teruis and olher particuUiis, apply to scribers. HENRY (JREENSLADE&^o March 3<1. thf JJ<*TO BE LET, tliat phasanily ^ House and Premises, lately in lla' i>'"f* of Hrnry Adderley, EMjuire, wiih in* (Hjssession. Apply lo January 2Sth. ,^iai C. S.ADUKRLtV. nlorraH ami lonary government, if it apf)ears that they subseijuently relircNl from that body. Tlio respective sums fixe0 florins ; a major, *"***" *^'*'" *'**'''>' tirounlLv repairetl. and tla' lTC"' 1100 and 1,H40 florins; a captain, 1,000 and 1 jj-lf) '*^ '^' fences have been newlv put up. Ilorm • ~ ^^"^ ' • ^'-ri a lieutenant. Hot) and 1,0.^ florins.* The House and Pn iui.m> at pres< )y Mis. Poitier. Tlie IIoumis ^•""'•' ronveniMit, witha lareekilclH-n and a>Jt attaclail, chair houMand slahlioc **^ Tbeouthuiklaei lnn-xrs, extensive yard and gravs pi<'ce. T,, ^ ^ A tract of I^nd situated at tlie Villac*^, tontsia 1 lie ship Lnvoy, arrived at Boston from Liverpool, lias I acres, h is disi^h*! by \\w vdhige-road mtoti*" •'*•'. ,, a cargo tlie most yahiable that has been brought from wrstt-rn lotln-ing intcri^cted bv the new nmd \>-<^f^ Liverpool fur many years, the invoice \al"" -.f .i-:-i .1 n • -i i>i i n _* 1 'ii .lartd •iH''* „ l^t>. "• >m wrsti'rn lot iH'ing intersected bv the ,. ''• of which at iIh' village into the Blue hill pad. This land • .. I •..,... ^•**^n*^'*d was upwuids of .JOO^OOO pounds, or iM-arly HommI of in one or three lou Ai>idv to .,0 oflical imxiings but tlwy all rtfcired to the state of *1,40(,(MI, and it is ,upf>oMMl that the rlutieson ^,^'';^";'> • •'^^ '*'''"' ""^ ''^ "'^^"^ •^"'^l^j,^ WMlLL^^ Greece, and not to Belgium. mi|| amount lu between $:KH),(KJt> and $400 000. Sr^mbcr Ulk. jt— ^ !OK4-e aiCJCSIil, KditMr. tHE BAHAMA AlUilM. Ari RDAl, HARCH 31, 1K3. POSTP.T. THE CIIHJ) OK KARTH. Faistfr Iter sluw stcj> i-ilh frrm dav to day UvirthN Kan,l w f,.n,My ,, K^-r ilarkt-ning bViw ; Yrt d.^h e foiMlly chug to eartfi, ;„,ut, ih ? nut n„H '" TIf spring hath rif>eik<| into summer-fimc s Tillseason's VH.•|,.^^ Uxiiidary is past • Th.. glor.us M,n hath reached his burning primeOh: mint this gimqise of beauty be tfiHrwi • • Let tae not per.sh wfiif,. „Vr tam1 aii.J tea UmIi 1llHt S|r,H. the Urd of |i;;b, „„,v,.; „„ Nf sHile ffie muriMur ..f lb*iiionuiain b)t (ireefs tuy dull ear with aiiistc in it ttme* rjfr,icl.i.e^ ,Uu„ ,nv eye .....i |„u:M.r i)n Ihe bruad meadows .i„d ihr uinei s\t^^ To w^fcb in silence wbuc the evenmravs r-lai.t thn.u^b tt.., fufir.g trees wifir,,, bU „\^.^^ r4.lrr the bree/es ,,|.,y arouncf inv brow-. I iim ontent to Jie — but, oh not now [** TfwMeak wuid whisHes: .„ow-.bwers fi,r and near Urift wit!iuut echo to the whitemui; ,?runJ • lt.nn haih p<^ed away. and. coM ami drei. Winter sMiks on with tror^'n mantle b<.und Yrt s:,|| it.at jKayer ancends. '• Oh lauchiiiRlr Mv little brorhers round the wnrni liearlh cmwd Our b.Hie-ftf.bl..7.e* br.Mii. and briglit, nn>\ hi'a .\ii.f the rif>| rinni with toices li;|ir ;,nd loud •' 9^^rr me aMrhile ratsr up mv droopmbrow I Ml r.iuteut to die — liul, oli : uot now !*• TSe *|Kin; n come <; .in— the jovful sprinjj • \-H.n the l„nks with clustering Hower, are spread ; JV rilil birl ilipi upon its w;)nton wln^ r— Tile, bil f of eartb is numlwre-l with the de idl* Ibee never morn th.. sunshine ib;|| aw;k Bcimn;; all f,||y lbro.j-|, ihe lallice-i,.,„e ; TV .n.ps ol iriendM thy slu...St.rs may not break. y>H loud rtiui|i;r voire aroiiMa-'aiu ^-tb^kjei.r .badow veils tfiy .brt^ned brow*'•; dehi thou liuijer .— thou art bppier now ."• C0\SP|KACVI\PAHI^\ From the Comstdutiouoel of Frtday, ^rj '^""r '•>."' •'"'v. The following a're .Ih! Mit*r, regar.bng ,1, which wu have collected with •WindividualscauK', afewdavtajjo,to breakfast at At tliewme moment it became known tiwii an assem. Wage o from 3.0 400 men was forming a. h^ r! tile A Ta&l 'r rr'^^ •''*"' -^efrec.:Hrr'Vr J^t wt^o^i t;^""'*' "*-'^*^ '-^'"' In short it was mwiioned as a certaintv about tH (Jianiber of Oepuiica, that Uare ImuI bsa-n .xc^i an act Ti ""r ?,"^''*""" .^^^.^f" • Carlist. ami R.-puhbcans. I lie folU)win,r, „ Ml „^^ ,^ ,,^ Um— • To unite f^r itm sake of tiverturnm^ what exisu to convoke the Primary Asseinfdit., and to refer to ilieir decisi>n the mode ol government to he adopted.' Tlietc details, read with a bnal voice in tinSalle de Conference, emuxi ilie trim,;est indi^'nation in th !>,.poties, and I'laoce will have the same feeling. It it time tliat tlie true friends of liacountry thould closelv unite to rcjiresa factions, and to st'ciire ifie irmmrdi ol th Re volution of July, ISao. ,uch as France lias ma.le it and such as b raoce understands ii. Tlie (iovtrnment of July ought to place Its. If Iwhfly m |1n} defcMice of the Nanon/l interests, and it wdl easily trmmjd, over madne^, the inijwtence of which is every day betrayed by oxceasc, at once odhHis and ridicnhMM. We have no need to say th.t tlie public tranfluill.ty i re-estaldisfied, for it Ims never b*^m compromike.! These msolatwi attt^mpts witlioot e< fni in tlie mass of tlie naiM.n are, from thcu^ reaulu, a insignilicant as lite autlioni ara guilty. Every one asked this ovenlii|f in Paris, who were the A*******!^ "* *'"* '"'*'' ^^^n^f^x-Hcy Are ihev CaflisisT Aio tkrv Republicans! It u not the remit „| ,b;„ monstrous alliance of < arlists and Republicans, to |,.rh ue have alieady drawn aii<-nlion, ami to which we klMll still draw attention, in spite of denials, |„ch we do not r,^lii because facts preaeui ihemselvm in abundance to eive tlie' lie to tliem T w ^ "w To all these questions justice will, no doubt, answer with certainty : and we cannot urge too much oa tlie miThese order, pnxluced iIk, best'res'uirs. '\lT,re7ha^''^; I ?"." ?"'*""•' '*"'' '** '"*"'"'* "''^" '"** •""'''' " * "''i"'ividuals, will, file arms, poniards, lint and Ll W^ ST T ^TTT T '^^f'^' "*" *'"-' "'"•' -^'- • ' ^•'"^ "^^-^ and complete kii.d, that tlie whol truth may U' known TIkj Journal des l>ebat. says, that • nearly two hu.i* I seize*!. I here three shots were ftred at the puhllc force A ronspuator was killed, several were woon,|,.d. Amoup thlatter is mentioned the vaht-de-chambre of M l>.dev lu Ea.,u, feci of Polica, He had on him linen for dressin wounds. ^ At a .piarter pa*t 2 o'clock a patrol of 8 voltitf.K..rf of Ihe 1st ball. liUi legiun, coiiiiiMnfid hy M. LeuTand corjioral. passing the Croix-Ro^ige, perrei'vetl at tl en-' traneeof tfio Uue-de-Kour a greupof individuals, towards which was approachm;^ a palr.d of ih-j line of the Post of the Ahliey, when at the same moment tlay Uard the cry offo Arms !" in the Rue du I>ra;M,n. Ha% ,ng repaired ihithcr, K.gcther with the line. i1k.v found the .Sieur Kersausie str.igt,din!! with two police ageuU, who had arrested him, and who threatened lo fire ou tlieiu with two pHket pisi.ds which he had on kirn, and of which one was armed (or me.) The 8ieur Kersausie, on whose ficiition a reiiort was read some days ago to tle Cbanik-rof Defmties, was accouipanioaid that lb.! arrests exceeded the num!er of a liundref Pri Iws learned only thia akirning titat a coo.piracy had feen discovered in the course of tlie iu{;ht. Tlie muai C4>Mtradicloiy rumours are in circulation.** Pant, Feb. 3.— Tlie conspiracy discavared on ilic night before last is said to liave had four interests to forward :—vi/.. princiiially of iIh) fiiends of t|i#. restoration, m llie ptTson of llenr> V. ; of confusion and plunder^ under the name of a reptiblic ; of military goveinuMnt and glorv, under the nauie of Napoleon 11. and of tlie ••juste milieu" who wislicd to crush tlio spmt of insubordination, of which iIm' growth hai In-en encouraged by iIm I 1 ;. 7— '"I'vr, .. *.."..5u..,. /... ..Tciitng .fournai mentions aUo M urned yesterd.i> (iIhIsi h ebru.iry) at I I>-launay, Treasurer of Uie Society of Friends of th. iJie evemiij;. aud unmMuiad to |Im' I'cople, and tlif^ Menton d'Arenl of the Comcwnv I t v wouid hnnrl.. ca I .,..:„ j^ j, announced also that tin. door.kee(H.r of t'he j .u,.i.ous press ; and by tlie lurbulem, aiie lM)p4d so, for tlie honour of tlie Paris Exchange ; but tlie charge' is spoken of to' "**''^<^" <'ofr.^li (iifTicuhies that Lo'i^re has Ut-n arrested, on ibe clifge o4*v air' deliver;^H-ned l>y dep.tmg an earnest for tlKcost of tlie ed tlie keys of Uie Lou. re. ^ uHrTT' ';d even for the ralae of the nilrer pUUe. An llooouraWe member of the Chamler of Denuties *<<-^a) ni^ "'*'*" *"**''''''''^'' '*•*' ^*^"'"' "•'''"• ^^ ^^' ^-"^'•'''*'^ been cauli^med som.; 4ay, ago lo lie iiiiilu.i ^"" """. **;"*• ^'*"' i'*' f>**^^>"% several of ," his guard, as an attempt was lo l>e made on his life fori" '."'/^"T "•"•"•7 •^•7-" '^•••'^'-•nineni laieiy ^ 'i a fi,ure ar^l dress imire than eMuiv.M-al. How| havingbeen one of iJie Twohumired a,ai I^ccntyO^ *^"'**" V^ ^'^^* ^'^ "" *'"^'''^"n". <^r were, aa it is repu*t terminated trau.p.Hlv. th.Te was no alTlic-se reconimeudaiions were rencwtMl yesterday evenin. T^'I* "^J^/ ^"^"^ men who woie wldie in.ignias i "* ""'" • ' (Feb. 1 ), by a man to whom .M. D. O. vl^J^.'^^ '-'^ but.onliole,. to res^-mble tinorder of Henry V. and s **' •'It is said that fnlse painds of .National Oaards were ^^^^^ '"^ *'^' ""''**^' ^'^^^ * ^^ P^^a to disarm tlie posts, a^d seixe ilicm, but this uruiect was I i *' 1 • it . frustrated by an m.U^ of tin. stalf, received aVelevrn iT"'? ^u"^^ ""^'^'' ^''^''"^"* *^'*^'* *" o'clock in tlie evening, enjoining those in command of tla. I I"' "" [^ "•' **"**''' l'"' *"*^'^* tlu-onged a. usual iwstsof the National (;uard to give pas, word, to K\n^\f\Z!^l^\T^.^^.\':'^^^^^ nK*n, ami to allow no (KiiroU to go ouL It ap()ears that divers circumstances had for everal ^ ..:;,„ ,Hj uress imire iiiun epiivocal. Ho repu*t terminated trau.p.Hlv. th.Te was no i ;^f'ditics, Init iIk. comjiany had tlie air of hav, ^^'aiir iin t\^..xr...... A al. ... w. .....ing "•-.ii''" *""" ""'"'"• '^' ""'luigl.t a quantity of • •llsoit.were mtnHhiced into the house, and im^rli I ;" ,' • ''^ *^^^'^n "l ''t the pistoU and "''re fo,U.d without any concealment. ^ *\!^lTr' '".; '""'*' '*">' '" l>*'^-^'^i<'n of infi.r-liir'J^ "••"'""•"' of precaution n(>ce$sary CZl r** Chief of the Municipal police, ac ^ j-** b> a deiacliuHMit i>f tlie municipal guards, nA estaiirant of jxilice knew that tile ••^ odw.../ '---""••" ^ "c municipal ^afT 1^^' '" ltlouse of die He < / r„rairf,, wheie tUjwlice kne rr — — ••— j ii/i ^;er4i days pat the police on tintrack of this infamous conspiracy. Several of the Old Ouards du Corps arrived at k'>ii/**'l^"?.'^*"/*'' '*^'*-'> diey had watclied, were I I'^ris. Whilst in a popular society a mould was made of *^i<'eui fn 1... ^j '*' **!"* *** *• *"'^'*' ofl^x'tr to sum\ tli mask of Robespierre, tliere were distributed in several quarters of Paris, casts representing this personage of ter rihle memory ; there wr^rc also distiibuted m>dals with the .-^"Hu surrender. Pmicelei answered hv ^'^aputol. *hichtook efri-ct rm tlie dwthe head of ttie ^•heiv r •'"***' '^*""''*'**^ They tlien dashcfl into the effigy of Henry V., while and red labels against Loub S seized /""r**^'^"^ **^*'* "**^**" **'''^ ^" *^ **•"**• ^*''''P *^ *''" ^^^^y ^^y **^'''' ^'"''>''" nto the guard ^*.tie k '*'.'** "^ conspirators, ami> of all sorU, ; room*, wliere the soUliers of tlie line and ttie National l tile atta *k* **' '**** ^"*'^*^*' ^^' [ Ouards tore tliem with indignation. '^ ai ail 1*11^ J^^'t'n' there were several wounded ; ^ For several davs too, individuals whov opinions were i^iiicdonihcsKJeof tlie coM,.i.r^f..r. i^^^w „ had been' beard in coffee houses to announce a of the coiiY'rators. of any moment Ims rMclied u from tlie province. /'real Gaii^^nami's Mesun^er. rOPI8PIR^rY AGAI.VST THE STATE. •• For some time past the Carlist party, or jieTsoni acting in its name, have U-en aeeking for an op^Mirtunity to strike a decisive Wow againit tl present OoverametsL A sysAcm of cnlUtaieot had Ixen eslaUishod, and iu •execution entrusted to agents, wfm were enabled to distribute money to such men as engaged in the catis^*, and even to |iay theai a dady allowance. Each of these agents onderluek Xa produce a hundred mn, and *achof them hae\ delivered a list of naeit's forming a full ciKnjdimenf. Tlie Carlists, from iliese, reckoned ujwn a force of fioni 1 S.flOO to 20,000 men, ready to ric is aruM in one night, but tho *^ ']• j r'. I f .t

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(JcrlHrtHj. llit lUew IS a f.-flim of sy^pHlhV arul till* U'|nilliran, who, lHiw<*%'(?r, arc iiill of arcr N Naiional ConirrtJM lo rlKM)e fielwoen a Moiiarrhy in every lliint,' crojitt^H ; if no, tl; wo"S ol a Mlow chfest', rikI h Ki'|hiIIm-. *• 'J* former tvas|s, i,,r |( i oiiitl lliat tlx' MMni*art 4ti|>MlaUu divided umuiig^t lla; priucijiai ariori. Istmiion^Ffb. C)fh. — ("ily,Twlvo oVIork. — Tlw It'lh^rs from l*ar, rec'i\<'d lliis inorninu', nKMilioii flic j'aort;iii('t* ; nor did it |>roer (%'ni. clogi'dat (iii(. "Hk. Tlitty ri-fiT with nunli moru an\i*ly to tin* |>roo*t'lit;lt drc lin<' occurred in ibiir Funds, wliicli, liowc'ViT, pnvhHwIy l tlir rloM) of tlio niaik(>t on SatMrilay, r.illi'd and l>fd — llic Fiv> per Cents at IKif ;J.V. aiwl tlw lliriM(KT ('eiits at (iol. *).'>r. Tin Belj^ian Loan wa 74. I^itulim, Frb. (WA.T— TUr Paris |at>vrn of Saturday, with iImMissauM-r drs ('li.nultifs, dated \i':thMday, rMrbed Us tills iiiorninu. Tiiov adtl liui little lo iIm; iniormadion siiiniiunar' — more particularly, if the enoriiious sum of 1(X> iMiumU had lK?en ubiracted, i llio siwue manner, ffoni its weight. Onr said litrlo IJiir|;oma."tcr di'servi's much ronimentlation from (iovenimeiit, fur ibo able dt iL-nce of bis constitution ;" but we think, thai lie has viewed the iiieasun? (lo|ted tnwarils him by the Aswuihly, in a distorted manner, as thry only meant to prevent ie{diMion, wln'n they lessened his su|j>lies; and to use the niu.xiiiis •<* Tissot, instead o\ thos<: of l)e LoImic. IMecessity has b<'cn declared to im the mother oi invention, unlie proved the truth of the uxi(mi, by airording such a string of good and ^welyhty reasons to our Burgomaster, for non-reduction pf salary, and also fur deiiiousiralin^ his coiisiitutionar* |iredih.'ction. It icminds us t>f the patriotic boastini^s of some of our fellow subjects, win n uctinL' as the licenced pirates ol Cohimbia ; whoso patriotic zeal alwayjii burned brightest, whun they liad a any miller oi moment, wiieri/Uy his priva^t ini concerned, will seek for utlvice and asi>ifti.,m.j, i *"* more, then, is it necev>arv, iti situation* of liii. **"** bility, where the interests and welfare of huinif,.,* ^^ stake \ It is presumption aiitl ^inofitnce, \\\ ii ',*'*'* de'^ree, in any man so .situated, -lo dtprm] ijn.^y i '^ *^ meiit aliNio ; and the man that can mit ,ct, | ^^ u "'^ pose to be under bmar influence. — Fnforiunaul life lime, 1 have lived in a Colony to which iIii-mj lI'' ^ lions apply. To be sore, ijoveiniueut iioiici-j, h *' peared, in wjiicb the words, liy and with tlic ad ***" T\)K Mn^t^ma ^vjjttXJf His Miijesly'sCoih.cil," have been inserted ; |, adfice i I tiui ic li^IBiM'f. Paris ivas iiirperlect tranqiulliiy on Saturday eveiiiie.' but iIm' arrests ciMilinoed ; .in already mad(>, iImmc are niaiiv persons at preM>iiii*r fnnm^rly in otlicial eniplovim-nts, and connected with the Police. The plot is certainly in itM*lt ol a siiiriciiMiilv M'ritHis character. uhich lull previously arrived, resprliiiu tlie coiispiratv. • , i • i foil .hMa.U of which are given in anoiher part of our pa"•'' ^'^'^'^ '" prosjact, and recpiired an unrecoyni^^d lla^ locoxcr their base niMraiidings.. On Tuesday, tin; Sjiecial Court of Oyer and Terminer met by adjouriintent, in order to try the |>eople charged with liavinu' embe/zled part of the goods fn>in the American schooner North America,'* \^liicli was wrecked upon St. Salvador, in January last ; when the following Bills of Indictment weru subniilled to the Ciiand Jury, for their consideration, viz :— The King A'jrre<"'bly lo the reipiest of lli KxrelltMicy fhe (toVeriior, which appeared in tlie Ro^al d'awtlc of the 24th iitsianl, the public oflicers attemled at (Government House i>n TueiMUy, at 2 o'clock, it was supposed by iImiv ((enllomun, that lliu mo4'tiiit^ had lH>en convened fcr iW pur|Me tif adopting somo plan for the payment of iheir siilarie*, hut not one word was said U|M>n thai subJed } no! His Kxcellency did nol call tliein together to diacuss money matters, but to n;ad tliem a lecture, insist ini; n|on a '• httarty co-o|M:ration" with him, on llieir |>arts, lo carry into execution his inrasurrs. Qurrr — NN'hai measures ? Wc supiwisithem to be relative to the Slave (im'stion ; in which he has been twice defeated in the House of Assembly. i*rohably His Kxcellencv inUMids to call another Houw, in due coun.o of time, and wishes to enlist unlT his banner those public otfirers who have always had too high a ,'nie o( honour lo influence others in voting for men, who are the known enemies of the ('olony. He said, it was tinw; for them lo ipiit the • neutral ground ;" and rethfcted upon tlk? ginthnien who formerly adminislerod ibis government, statin'^ that tlio Colony had been govenietl most unconsiitutionallv. His Majesty did not think so — otherwise, he uoidd n.U have conlWrtnl tlie iHinoiir of Kni{;htlis, who never interfere in poliiics, lo cuntinu> him in his situation. We should lie verv glad lu see His Excellency's lecture ii[>on that occa$i — true bill. Assault — true bill. Grand Liirceny — true bill, (irand Larceny — true bill, (rand Larceny — no bill. firand Larceny — no bill. Grand Larceny — no bill. Grand Larceny — no bill. Grand Larceny — no bill. Grand Larceny — no bill. Grand Larceny — no bill. Grand Larceny — no bill. intlicu,^ been inlioduced solely — ftrujunna. 'VUm In^l, ,', pectable branch, had never U'cn resorted to, i, tj /^'^ they have attended their board, as mere diitoanin '^' give the nod only to the passiiij^ of an account. ^ '" The popular branch of the t;onslitulion, I hj^ insulted by messages uithoMl number, ami have U you must frame such laws only, as suit niy omnita will. Feeling as men should, not to be guided by jJT^' ot any military (Jhief, and for iiuiintuining tlvoir y^ privih;j:es of thinking and acting for llienisdvM branch Iihs lieen cut oil, with as much iiidiffercm would be felt in ripping oil the slrij>esfrom the s) Corporal's uniform. 1 have seen Magistrate* Ji Xor pulling into execution, laws, sanctioned Ik i]j lure of this omnii)otence : 1 have, by governiiitnt ooum seen C'ommissions abrogated, which, accurdiiur b, i usage, as vvpII as justice, remained uinlisturlied— ua(^^ sc bruc iiissi lint ; and the dvrantr hnic pUuita ^ trarily substituted ; and lo reach the climax by whiduL ailmiiahle constitution has been ob^erved, in ilie ('|am alhnled lo, I have heard of an order, reijuiriup iLe u'. tendance nn a mighty Chief, fiam a resp*ctablo awi jj oppressed Judge, to the whip|Mr aud turnkey ofo,' or a workhouse, and, for aught 1 know, the finishtroftse law; and who have been told, when so attendjno: j hvt sent the popular branch of our constitution, m/ rfjdii.1 expect no neutral ground will any longer bo takeimp b? you — you must entertain no opinions of your own U my imperative will must be the law, ami to which vu must succumb, or woe be unto yon. If you dy notolxT I have en ohiissume, Toadies re?idy to undertake mi [.'' Harry (iordon. Two of the above causes were trkd, vi/.. iIk? King against Kllice,a Slave,and iheKingagainsi William Oliver, for Grand Larceny, who were both acipiitU'd. The Attorney General then entered a uoilc j-osfqui on all the others. March 29th, 1832. To the Editor of the Bahama Arirus. !|R,— To resort to terror, or even to entieafv, to acnire sup|H)rt lor a government, is a censure, by impliation, on its administration. The intertsts of the subject, are so vitally concerned in a just and an eijoitable government, that such a government, of itsell, uill enca dirty job, 1 could submit to lliein, and into vuur ihun will I place them. Li a Word, the destruction rf aj property — the beggary of your progeny — mu>i have \) influence with you ; and the feelings \ihich (mmj 4j naturt! have implanted in your breasts, il tlif) cuuMlk eradicated, they must be stifled. ^^ As 1 am not perfectly convinced of tlid rorrectnewof the opinion of Judge Dowdy of Dominica, ?< to (bcpvsc of an Attorney (•••neral, relative lo Kx-Of\'irio;ai^ii the very name terrifies mo almost into hysterics, IslnA' be very careful in avoiding any allusion) of theMrtMik happy Colony, lest our vigilant Aitoincy ^ienfral In f> a shot at me ; besiiles, Sir, such very ble)*t sub|ecni we are all, it would be preposterous for a ninmentioCJi'ceive, that thos(> remarks were intended U) apply iaio Chief, whose urbanitv, and whose suavity of dispwMt, have imprinted, in indelible ink, upon our licarti, kings never to be etfuced. The age of the person who Ins inserted a prolpjt ia ll Royal (la/elte, forbids mv makiii'' those rcmarij, 1 otherwise shouhl do. In answer to the 1si, jd, aM^Si. objections, De L(dme, a justly admired aothor it constitution, says — Whenever ainiscs ol poser W taken place, which they were seriously determined correct, (ihat is tinCommmis,) they made grievances D* pf^ duced redress of them. And, in general, wlwDitlii" con$errrahle nmpanji.^ Tm measure, which 1ms been adopted li.r si'veral years is i^^ Colony, and ichich has hun acceded to hif tm frt^ Gocirnor, is now more necessary than rv*r, loil ^'-^ must certainly, in spite of protests, be iwrsisled in. "•" res()ecl lo the Nen lie bill, I sh.ill observe, it b H^ the tight of the Hou^e of Ass< mbly to angnicnt, •* diminish, any taxes or restrictions impose^l u\>on Vff masters. The indulyence ami liberaliiy of those f***" men, to those indeblcectable and luciati%e of^tsi* Colony have been bestowed upon you and y^""*^,^ salaries and fees of which amount, as I have l<^" |* Ufiwards of three thonsanil p*Kinds. Let nie rentis* *•*' also, tlic:t it is to ihe good people of llM-se Islands y**"*^^ indebtt-d, for the means of ac|uiiin" all the f "J"?**" that the most luxurious ap|xiite couid crave', " you have expressed your gratitude, by not ""'X *f*r', ancing all acts obnoxious to the Inbal.itanf^ol tliet^>**" but that you have also been the propounder ot calculated to ruin your benefactors. Perniil lo ask you, Sir, w h'al wonhl be ihe conseqUNe llie u'miisil"inform itioii connectetl with it '^!* i.i^Itu'd. L"i '' reform bill, the £10 clause '". .L^jf iMscnsscd upon an anK-uilunnl by Mr. Deni1 i-|leet oi which wmild have been lo fix, for a ^ ri'"'i '''*^ votes risiilting frnn vidnations, that take place. The iiniendnienl was negativtil, d>o *i'*^''''' propositions of Mi. Hunt, lending to '.^liulall ""'^' nidicHl. R Vivvan uskrd a number of .ia, and Prussia, lo arrive Roon. His i^],;., 1,,,^, i)f course, good i^roond, in his own opiriMin ..,>,t V-jr lii"* '"X l>^''' '•"••" > bill wicannot fi)r.;(t tliat the u, coidiJonce was expressed ms to the arrival of the firatinoof the I3ih, and again on iheiHst of January. t\ .lol the IK'W' lKpes be as vain as ihe lasl ? \ Co'.iicinvMirary says, thai to ri'fnso to ratify wtaild ^)lv ross follv, or u'ross bie.K h of failli. The latter, (fiaiiilv, It would imply : but did not a Minister of the fjrtii say, eatly in J inuiry, that if there was failli in un the ratification of the Knipi:ror of Russia would ar^cb-fore th.' l')th of lliat month '{ and yet the l.>ih and y Jl^t passed over w iiliuiii such an event. Wr l>cli<*ve that the business will be terminated nmi''aijt.liui not that iImTieaty will Ikj ratilied in an unmodifiedolnds vJUt. Hay lien brig Cunliance, Savain, .New York The American brig Knterprise, Capuin Joseph Suiter, Jun. trm Savannah, bound tn Januiica, with a rarj:o ot Rice and Lun)l)rr, wa wrecked at W atting's Island on the Ulh instant. Crew saved— cargo lost, Tlif lUlit'ax brig Velocity, Captaui (Jriffiths, from Jainnica. bi)und to New \'oik, via Kagj^ed IsInikI, (whtre sinstiip|M>t| lor a cariio of Salt.) sprung a leak at sea on ih* lith oistaiit. during a trcnieiidons ){ale, and put into C'us B.iv, St. Salvador, where she sunk. Tlie wri-ckmg vc*seU ttrought the Masicr aod crew to this purl on Muodvy, t^ie ivilh mst. The Anient an brig Betsey. Joseph Salter, Sen., from Pi. Jitgo dc Cul).!, hound lo New York, was wiccked at Fremh Keys, on the lith instant, in ronseipieuce of a strung Westerly current. The i^iptam and crew saved ; and also, part of the cartfo, (consisttii^ ot Tobacco, Su;iur and Molasses,) lo a ilainaged st.ite, wliicli arriverded by a little Burgomaster, who sing them, would form a rallying point iorl^ly Uo^ was Ihtu a,mn dom.Hi when men's Uxlies were sha,K?d '"' ^^^ loyal subject, when any opi>osition was oflered n i .i i n like a Flemisl. or Dutch bous^diohl clu^s.., .hich, when t.H> ^''^^ -'" 'l-nced constitution la:ely L-marUru;!; J^rt i 'i aV ^""'^^'^'""• by a high buK tionary, and that was once the admiration j laeavy r bulky lo lie olberwiMhandh'd, w.s rolled bv tht •• ,ung irow," or hous^wde, ,vom it, m>ok lor aiimcntarv ^ ^Lllr;;':!:';^::'^;!!::..;^;'"j'::^?:^^r; z "-' •'r plaus<> that has bi-en UstoWed upon it, f shall not' expres^ 1 Mr. Fditor, your olH'dient servant. . Sir'*^ •^Ss.,' 'L C'lIHIST 1 mjllCIl PAKINII. HAVING hxid the ii>si/.of HRKAO at theiate o(^9 \H\ barrel ^f sn|MThne Flour, Ordered, thai the shillint' Loaf do wei(;h :^ibs. 7o7.., and thesix|Kniiy Loaf lib. 4o/.. B\ order of the \ <'s|rv. DWll) SPFNCL,Veiry Clerk. VKsrRY Room, 20th March, IKki. FINAL NOTICE. TIIF SlBSCRlBKRS, having closed the mercantile concerns of the late F^lias J. Solomon, Ksip, hereby notify to those who still remain indebted to his Estate, that unless their respective ilemands are liipiidated previous to the 1st June, they will be placeil in the hands of an Attorney-at-Law, for inimedinte recovery. K. M. SOLOMON, F.xecutrix. C. S. ADDFRLKY, Kxecuior. March 31st. BY IIFNRY CiRFFNSLADF 6l CO. On Motulay nrit^ the 2rhne Richmond Flour, Ricf in tieices and ball tierces. About 5,lMKi feel Yellow Pine flooring Boards, 50 bugs Corn, At three Months' Credit, A young Negro man, named KicMMti, aged about 21 years, ALSO-^ A voong Negro woman, a gotxl Washer and Ironor, and a plain Cook. At tiz Months* Credit, A Negro boy named Henry. FOR CASH, before Jelivery, Boxes Candles, Hams, Bacon, Soap, Lard, AND^ About l.S,000 22 inch Cyprew Shingles, With sundry other articles. March 3lsl. BY HKNRY ADDERLFY. Ur tune, to their credit as statesnii n, and their ik.ir as 111(11. Uu'lhit, Fc't, -W. — There is no truth wiiatever in any filr ruiiiurs ol' changes (mentioned in some of the SuuI.I-) as legards Lords Anghsey and .Vltliorp, Vvi "sirtiilty and Fllice : neither is Mr. Shiel lo be V..: 'leiieral lot lielaml. There is, in tact, n) vaaj.'), as Mr. Cramplon is not lo be the Masiei but Mr. 'rtuU. The Mastership was, indeed, olfired to Mr. Ciiap. '11, bill be declined, and' therefore remains SoliIV Gciieral. — Timrx. Larl nf Mnnstrr. — By this title tinehh-sl son of the jievtit Kiiij! of Fn^land by .Mrs. Jordan, the actress, has wo tiiiiolded, bis olIuT illegitimate cbildri'n Iwve also iHtived titles and peerages ; ou this subject we find the lluv.iii:;in ati Knulisb pa|HT : | A iirioon has Ihmii |> iblished in the Preacher, as dcW"d liy a Rev. Mi. .M'Neile, on Uhalfof the RelormaiSurielv, on tbe^ilst .May last : in the roiirs*! of wliicli Am geutU'inan uttered the following words : — 1 must wkoldniy loiiL'ue apiinsl ay, mi"/ I not say, can I anWtT for invM If before (iod, il I .viy it not in connexion vitbftiicii a piirtiiMi of Scripture as this ? I hold that we, • rijhteoMS nation, onirht to risi' in indigiaiion at'dnst il; I iiiild that ihr cliorcli in this nation should protest )|UiiM it ; 1 hold that the bishops in tlm cburch, if tbey * a -H-at ill the House of Peers, ought lo brink' before 4 jMiblic — to bring into public notice the peitini; into the ^*l> — llic pntiiii'j into lionourabUdignity of station — •^siialll say ]— <-hildren tb.at are the fiuil of torn iioii — iIiaI are the finil of nnnxHii" •^"* in the land.'" I.ASTNOTICK. THF Sl'BSCRlilFR iotemling to leave this for Mobile, eariy in April next, again reipiests all \ifV' sons bavini: denianls against him, lo reinler the same ; and tlios*' indebted to him, to make payment on or before the l.sl of April. All accounts rcJiiaining unpaid at tluil time, will be put in tlie hands of U. V. Wood, Fsipiire, for Recovery. KOBFRT WIFR. March 14tli. TIIF SCBSCIUBFR, intending lo U-ave the Bahainas tor some lime, n^piests all jhtsohs having deniamL against him, to render the same without delay ; and all those indebted, are reipieslod to make immediate payment. • JOSEPH THOMPSON. March 3.1. ~ NOl'ICK. THF SCBSCRIBFR, intending to leave this in \pril next, bir the United States, requf^ts all persons having demantis ncainst him, to render iImiu ; and those indebted, lo uiake payment on or behne the ItHh Fehruarv. All accounts remaining unpaid after thai date, will be left at llie oflue of G. P. Wood, Ksq. for recovery. F. TCRNFR. January 7iIk _^ .\OTII'K. PIBLIC SCHOOL, NASSAl N. P. TIIK above establishment will be attended teas ussal, until further notice. Persons desirous of placing their Childien in this esiablishiiuni, will be please^l to apply to, W. T. PRF>TON. March 24tb. On Momlay next, the 2d instant, AT TMK VKNDl r. l|Ot KE, At lO O'clock. A. M. Will be sobl Sui)erfine Floor, in barrels, Sugar, io ditto, Rice and ('orii, in bags, Loaf Sugar, Soap, Hams, Bacon, Cheese, Nuls, 15 Iwrrels Potatoes, S|)erm. and Tallow Candles, Aic. Ac. 7'rrmi, — CASH, before delivery. At ttro Months' Credit, The purchaser giving approved security, before romoval of property, 1 pipe choice Brandy, in lots, 8 punclieons Windward IsUnd Rum, 1 box Linen Check, 1 do. Diaper, 1 do. Bengals, 20 kegs Irisli Lard, 2/riiiUTV tiK\tt,must f^f rarity at the Secretary's Office, or put up htsnaine tn '**^ ^^J^refitr FirvRZS i>AT prrrious to his departure — af^*^>eh^at any time during kokt^-five uavs, a Ticket **f be obtained. N\MFS OF PKRHONS Aarirr t ohtai> tickkts roa ii:p.\RTtRE. ^^h January Kli/alMlh Barry Aphey Wells Ah'xandir llarbier U'lity Jiahlwin Alicf Tnckpr ^UuW.A Wall W. I. Alexander Francis ,McKe Robert \\ ler Cicilv Lwans William I. Hamilton Joseph Thompson Henrv TlKonp'^on Kh/.alir'h .••tilliv,n Lsihtr Ksbiiison T NOTICK. HK SUBSCRIBLRS olier lor sale, by private bargain. f) hhds. chcMCe Maderia Wine, 4<> do7.en (\o. do. do. Oi) dozen do. TeneriflTe do. 1 trunk (ienilemen's Shoes, 2 blue Dinner Sets. HFNRV GRFFNSLADE A: CO. Decemlier 24th. On Thurxdatf neit, the ruh instant, At 10 O'clock, A. BC. At the residence of Joseph Thompson, Ksquire, Will be sold, AH his Hoimdiold Furnitnre, Consisting of 1 pair iianrlsoine (ouches, 1 set Mahogany Chairs, to match, Sofa Table, 1'ea Tables, Card ditto. Breakfast dito, one set Dining rillto, SidelKMird, fancy rush lK>ttomec ., ALSO— A handsome upright Cotiaee (ijand Piano Forte, A high toned square ditto, by htoddarl, AM)— That well known hors<; Marplot; Togetlar wiih a neat London made Gig, aml> Harness, An excelhnt eight day Clock, with a Taricty of other articles. Tfrms—itne month's Credit, on giving security if r*^ quired, March 31st. *d Krhriiary i ih lull •• I7tb >• S'li Mar. h I t'h Itiih *•' tti t:.l t.i.| FOK IMIII-AI>KI.IIIIA, The fast sailing schooner POMONA, Miller, master. For pMge Ottly, (having gtHxf accommodations,) apply to tlie Captain, or to BFNJ. C. CLAXTON. March Sgtii. TO BF LFT, that pleasantly situated Hou.e and Premises, lately io llie ocrupation of Henry Adderley, Es|uire, with immediate |>osscssioo. Apply 10 C. S.ADDFRLEY. January 28ih. FOR ^AT^E The House and Premises at present occupi! bv Mrs. Poitier. TIm< Houv is rcMiiny aod convenient, with a large Kitchen and washboote attaclK-d, diair house and stabling for tbr lH.rs, extensive yard and grass piec^. The out buUdinfS have been laudy tltoroutrhly re^wired, and tie greater part oftlw fences Iwve U-n newly jmt up. ALSO \ tract of Land situated at the VillaiT. rontarning 2.V) acres. It is divid'd by the village-road into two Lots, the wr^tcrn lot being inlers^-cted by the ne w r oad lead.ne from Uie rUlage into tlie Blue hill road. Th bind wiU be disr rwsed of in one or tliroe lots. Ap,ly to JOHN W. MILLER. September 17tk. ti il t> r^l \

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If. ti^r i a i, -11'* >fl 1 f 1 ^ .f*; M •\^-^ t* J^ g|^r Ma^amn ^rgiixtt Tu M AL\. The iM,wi fniiM luly m. to .l.e 24iU Jan. Tlw General lM.lr.M:o.v,.4.1e,,Mici,.lro.n<;ulo..d B.irl>.rin uh.cl. tli.M..*J<.m.irHm,,ied l\e unnMnucv ^i tin, AuMfia,, ..n.n U> fHvour tlH. ef,tr.nc ol iIh? I'antihral fr,M|w in.., Hulopna w .Id, w* ^,-eml.l by. nmHiW.r-Ulo c.i,., of oiuriols' All IIMJ civitKUHriJx \m,l reiroj/r^.J*',! upon uluj,'ni. It iiMvf iInI wiriiin th*>bM JilrtniuU M. .kM.-U.-rnirl, !* MiJiJreHiKid Hi Dm.' Frendi lulirrcnHl m lUaliiir. „• |„y, .., ^,,, „^,^^,^.j ^ •Hnl of coiiqunaf. Uui uirrrly Uy cu,Mrva.ive Jeelint' •ihJ flial thM imitivr i.MJuced Utr U> iutervenc h ;contJ tiimwttU re|N}ci lu liuiuagDa. HOLLANa Th falWmg eitfHcis fnmi rte l>oirh paper, reft..,<* Aiira lm made lu rtm .Sialtr, (lei.eral a rt ,H>rt of liarm. winch wo were enabicl ex. I.wivdy K. ,K,bli,|. b., Tr. V r'M•""•'*" ''^"'•*^" ••^P'^^ttHj. an in.portani pnrtoj ||,e>lH.„ief^ couiuiuoicajion lu Uk; < UanibtTN 1. -lOenM lo huvo ...aruo.J (Wr i.n aulJ.ois a biph d.^.ree of pplH.,,iIron. ilioe wbunu ijHrre,!* urp so .Wpiv involved •" lite .MKo.Milo.^;. Tbe r.pid manner in wbid, .be nub-rr,p„oH . .1... |).„rb l.o.rM .re pnH-..^dini5. cn.Hl fail ,o I In eoliitrqiir-nce of .he resoludona cuiitatned lu the pre' eni I'ru.ociit n haa bem detrrmuied thai the Pieuiptitvn.urieii ui Ihe Kwe I'uMren sbuidd iuluruj .he Helgiau iMeuiputeiitiary hal. inHauiiich j some ut' .heir < 'mjr.ji h;d not an %ei rrwardnd the ac* t>f raCitMafion, or .he order* for eiJliHUKOV thriu. .he < *onlec-c kad decided (hat ibe I'roKnrtil of .he ext haiifie uf rti.ific:ition)t !hould continue open for .bojtf (.'ourts. *• 'Ibis coniinuniisirioo hiiving been made lu ^e Helgian rienipotrn.iary during ihw sitting ol .be Coufewnce, he laid belore the members the annexed dec lanttio*, The i.tmf{ lermina.m) with the ekchaii{;e of ibe rdtMcatiuuH or Che treaty •ijfiied at London on the lith November iu.il. be.ff„ ,He||empotentiarHof Frauce. .he llemi>oten.Mry ut Great Britain, and the Uel^iao Plenipotentiary >ej !pet.iely. *^ (>*igueJ) "CrrEKHAZV. "WKSSENBKKG. "TAIXKYRA\U. "PALWERdTON, -UEVEN. MATtbCIIEWJTZ." Siiiulerland CajT* I -^^^ -^^ /^ ^ 8TPPLEMENT * T^ ''.J^****^*""" AJ'J'KXKO TO raOTOtoL NO. 55. .. nl "' •^'••''" W''n|>o.etiriary hairing been informed bv I he I Kmpj,e„„:.„^, of Austria. France, C;reat Bri.am. Pros*. jMii, ana Ku^^ia. .hat. in consecpieooe of suiue of them not i*v„^ ^ yet n-cetred the acts of ratification which they expec.e.l or order, to exchanpe .hem. the Conference of 'i^mdon had deeded that the Protocol of the exchange of the ratihrations should reiaiD open for the a.d Court,, he (the ^ • .. -. — .oi:,t,iMHiiail lo ;;•*';''*'' I '•"'P*'';ntiary) declarer thnt thn measure, which etc.te a.ten.mo..nd prove iiM.,iMtb.,*.a*.icaxer.lon of the '71' ''''*":.'.** ^'J 'I'eir Kxcellencn^, .he Plenipo.entiana.ion to ibc cau* for tlc iiimmrt nf i^l.:^l. :. :. i V*^"* "' '^""J":*. Prussia. un,\ H...-;. ..r..-.i .. u '.. .r '"•""ZFi.istiL .\eriion ot the nation to ibc cau*o tor iIh.M.pport of ubicb it i;. ikxtmul iiecc'tnary ; -^on-u riK-ir Royani.,l.n^, yi^ p^..^^ „,^ I ruHv frrc,kr.ek lave the H.iuue .a-.aruw. for Ko.ter ^Hin, wb. nee lUry wdl ^ by U*e .Uuu*.boat t*, the bead q.iarf. M a. Boi le I>u.. i w mt iitad ** Hit Exrdienry the Mini,torn,r Foreign Affairs, ves 8(1 lulf Hand NcMcastk) Uatealiead ^urth iSliieUl, Ax. Walker Killingworth Hetten, d^c. iiaddiiufioo, Nortli Britain, Scr, Tranent, North Biiiajn, Pr8tuu Pan* North Berwick MuMelburgh Edinburgh Totals from places where the disease )ku causwi, ami from which no returns liavc been tliis day foceivfsd 908 in I m iliiii i ii i Bn i Fp-' Leok< ;!•: JII4.i4.iM, ICdilor. \Vi:il\i: SF.MI-WF.KKLY IN NA88\V, S. P. night Dollars per annum—In advance. 4>7(; H SiB 3^ Grand total N. B.— No rep*>rts received from l 113 1 ,. — Jii. J>nd Kuv-iia, atrordini; him (the unJe,„ci.ed)-.a,„.odno doubt. afl„rd hi. Government! he reasonable hope of the immediate ratWication by the three Kmg o( he Belgian,, to the measure ,„ noe.t.on (rt.>tned) CJILVAIN VAM)EH VEYEU. London. Jan. 31, l&St. [llereJolIow the official ratifications of the Coovenfion or Treaty ., N.,. ,,, j^,, ,, ^,„..^^ ^,,^,^^^^ ^^^ ^^ ~ n.e Folwb General Komarino has been reo-ived with Uk? sittings, directly or by ibcir soverei^ins tlieuiKUo, ori tin; whole loueiber — not by dutacbinj? from llie cuiuby accredited envoys. • | bined whole some |>artial cha.pe, and by sodnat bim; 'This section \m% not— i>or ever fould have bad— aer ^ ?"''"" *'> "'*' *"''*^"' '' "' •'^'ras burgh. TIm. horses w.-,, a^nred. tba,. o„ .his occasion, ,|„. Chambers were I Zl'"i 'T\ *"* '''''^^'' ""^ "^'^^ ''"'"''•^••^ ^^ "•-• ^annde Hcpiamted w„h the answer of thLud clu.-rs ,he •mis.c s.Mk.np up ,be national airs of Poland and France •, "...-,, wi irw' L.rc-,in, the a v., ..on m th.. water, of Holland are ix-r.i^ted m ; and Mt a miHlihcation of ,he Ar.iclesou tba, subject i. n, ..v.ly d..|iuod^. TfH, maon..r in wbid. this r^ply U dr-w„ up. ..h.ehU; commended, and iiisaffirnKd. that, like .11 .1precedmg diplomatic docuaaen.s. it is equally dt l.n,nMsJH,d by cK.. souadneaa of r^ .rgaiueais^ and L •lieriry ol iImity|. ^ "" "* BaroQ Tor,.a.. who was .t tlie lead of tlm late mov..n.en. m Luxj-mbor^b. wa.ar,e,ted here, also CouTt 4r LarocU.jacs.elin.brotb,.r ,o the Countess of the .Ze i.n... wlH, wa. lately involved in tin. trouble, in tin, we i o/ hn.„ce. and obliged to h-ave the country. We are a.4„r..^ .h„ ,!.. sulncriptions to the new loan •nHM,.., to about 77 millions not including the amou?. X ::,niT "' 7"*' ^'^"'^ "^"^' •• "" y'' know s:t rt,cul.rs, Imwever. .re known, for instance, that lie ..ileM nptio. a. n.rdrect is a million and a half blL^! t' ", • — "••— """ " uiHim JMiu r ranee IRELWD. T H.rsdHy but H was only to exhibit the justice with vbic .1. now regarded a. an object of ridicule throo.l.ou. Ii WH-rof !^^^ '** exception of |ilf a do/a-n. tin. audito y cc^ fj" ''' d-r,ptK,„. TiM. absurdity of ,be pro^ ceedmpi was increased by tin, presence of a Polish Z. tU.^.an ol a most outlandish appearance wIk) cZ\Za an attempted .,>eech in half En^sh and^ill //; bv aur.ng the assembly H.ai the Pol. were ready u u,^t tiK ir deaths for Ireland.^. ^ ^* The dirturb^i,ci in tlie county of Donetral haveroasi^.i trom tlK. commencetnent they were not atter^^^ whhTnt co^s..^uence, more serious than iIh, alarm exd.edbv ^.e ap,H..rance of insul>ordina.ion amon^. J^Zj^ One ,H..rson namea Doberty, (the brother of aTatb ,| ; pneM. who has been for some linn. misl tHev.n.:rf ..rncia.in, as such) b., been arrested aTtt n l^a^^ ^''Z con.m..ted to pro. I„ Uic presc-n. com^tmn ; "ir" land. It isni.i u,.n,t^^r..i .i-_. .i • • •• 'mon oi ire Mid Islands and of tkt Uar *^ Vu€ Admwat and Ord\nar, ^ same. ^^9 •/ ii WA PHOCLAM VTIO!^ HKREAS the (;ceral Av.emhly' of ,he,, amis stands prorogued un.o ti.; ,hir |"* ^' o iMarcb instant ; And Wiilkkas it is "Z t .0 said (ieneral Assembly should be dis^t "/*' t^^erelore issue tl.is .y prJia.na.ion. dissoS^;;' ^^ General .W-mbly ; And the s^ia... i, ],,r2 Z^ Ohun Hmlrr m,, hand ami the Sral of tht ,M tl ./ .W4 „, M. year of our l.„rd 183? Wu" Kcondymrof UU Jtaje.ty', /f,^, ' n, Hi. ICcctUnry. Co„L2"""'"'-'"^ ^OOD SAVK THi. MNu"' '"' GUVERiNMEStNOTic -....|e.llo (he g.„l„f Kilkennv.a. haviJVK". "rc,r'; MlVrt . "'"^' ""^ Iwlf per cJfii 5-M.M; VoUur,Lo.i,.,S., pcrC <)-^ -h-J HUi.l.ANl> ASl) IIKUill W •f .No,e„.b;,: l.u. 2:1:7 :L'^:'?.'^ -.Knedonihe ,.,b ^ aly destitute of foundatK,n!^* *^''^''*^ """' '" CHOLERA WORBl'S. r .,^f"*™' "''''^•^ "<* Health < I I r ^**"<^^ Oll.ce, WhiieliaU Feb 4 ( Nunderl ,nd f eb. 2.-R,.,„ain.ng a, last leixirt I • INewcastle. Fi.h o D '""k. •• '""". reo. £. — Kcinainiier at ast r.iw.M t% .North .Shidds and Tv..emoo.b, Feb •> L-'lK.^ • • at last rejHM-t, 75; new case, 7 • d ed • ;• '^"\'"'n2 remainiuL'. 74. "'' '* • ^^covered, 1,> ; Walker Fd.. 2.--Ren,aininc alias, re r>ort fi*% 1 ; -lied. I : r,.r..., i o. • '^^^"' ^i ne •f .No,e„.b.,; ,.,,. a.; he ;;r.n ,r "•f"'^''"l ceivo., ,h*^ orde„ rbel;.,*;* ed that' .r^p""'"". •*' "'• ru. on ,.p.„ in the. hand, J cat .he ColZ'T':\'"''''' **-. to tiMr..^.^. ,he PbM.,M.,..„,Jneri'"\. '"'; <.r.-;if Kritain dmrlarcd iK^r ....! .. •* ^ '-ni ind ^.Kh .Heir Gor:!::','^;'::::;' : -^^ ^^e ,^H.r.ance ^h.n,,... tl,en...6.„.on.. they • I, ," f,:.;?:"""^"" -• wohou.fr,herdel... Kano, J.'' o' ;^: ^^^ ^^.r;"";' Uwd .,H,th p,t,MHM.m„t to ...We ,U;:r rf L ^'^•' !'' en..r,..,Hd ol th.-.r .ntr,..,on.. and .ht v ml..l7 u"''*" '^ < C4.,p,oniisig ,he K<-nrral rij -.r n "^ '^^ *''^'-^' •..t..edby .h*e.wn?Men.,..tf:,:^;.. \"h"Vl T .'" ""* io.w on the part of ,b,French r. "** J-"-rmina"n,..^ J.,.,,. w..u;dTn no':T:;,';i *r^ ""• •Mhesor firm confidence to prencrve ,hl 1 *•""""' RCn.iM.en.H ..r..l ....„-. ..i„. J'" *<'"'• 'he ,anie unammirT ,^ pROPinETORS of .Slave, and A.ent. or Xttoa. JL tor absent owner,, who may lie desirous oi n^. •'RMaveslronione Island to another. willexp..dn. ">ject they have in view and save them,Jlv ,„d d J^ au.ho. mes a great deal of trouble, if ,|..y ,1,1 „ "* eHly attetid to the Ke.;,.latio,.s. ami afford. .1^ .e.r, petitions, the information without which the Goin•or canno give the ,K,rmis„on reo.d to remove ikSlave ; and tbiitii for the purpose of c.iltivaiiim the sai,l eMatc, o. fcrk*. dit .n tle pan belonging to bis master, dial penassio. t the removal is reipiesied. ifW. A cer.iticaie signed v tlie owner for In the iUn of tlK. owner by hi, Atloriiey or Agent) is reqi.iml ^ ailached to each jntition for .Ih' renmval of a Sla^^ m • •a tiK. removal will mitca.iHeanv >ef>ara.ion( F.miU; "a IS hetween Husband and VV'ile ; belween PaieaUafv: chjWren under 1 1 years of aL'e. d. An extract from the Slaxe Register, signed k ik .lave Registrar, must accunpanv each fn-iiiion. dwrlbit? jne .-Slave or Sldves ; and in tti<> event of tlare kii^ f1 *"> "'^'f ince the Ut January, JH.n,(the A* Of Iklast registration) petitioners mtiM,' in additwa I. * certiiicate of Registry, accompany th. ir .ip|.lif3tioa * a ll ol .Sale ; so as to sIhjw that I'be .o-d to be rciuoved, do actually and Inma lide h.>J.>af ?"" '^"''**'" **> • Proprietor of the E.taie on nbicirt '•'[Jf''l''l 10 employ them. All Memorials or Petitions for tlH removal of Slam.io •>€ sent to .U. Public Secretarv's office ; an.l from wk"^ none that .ire not strictly in accordance wid. lUIoref0( rules, will U,. foruarded to the (;overnor. ^y His Excellency's Cimmand. r ,. S. NE^ilHTT, Se- >'''' ^^*^'''^^ (North Britain,) Jan 31 R • •Him the .,.h.l.,> of,, J.,, ,>ei;Vr:::/;/;:-'-7^ ".-d at UstreporMI; 1 new case. '^ 31.-Re„,am. tbew at.eot.vn .beuUl be cons.antiv dir'.ed .7h* "^'^"'^ I '^*"*'^"'^^'-'. (N.^rth Britain,) Feb 1 R. • • h,s attain' laM nport, W); ,h,i cases :?S Hi t ?" '~'^* ">""? at niaining SI "^^ *^'*^*'' ^ recovered, 5 ; reH iot. FOR NAI.E. Tlie choice of '2 Lots of Land, with •• buildinesaad improyenwnft tlen.i>n, '" '• I' '••"'p 'street, generally known by the nao*^' .: ~" •^•irhff r* HENRY GRCENSLADE A €<>• March 3d. -jg'-*^'-i / NIL FICTE. ^I'Ho was't who talked of honour's name, And vowed that naiire was a shame, llut now who prints the very saini' ? Nil Ficte. IVho was't who alwnys did refuse. To print wiMtever niicht abuse. Thu wicked, factious, saintly crews ? Nil Fict. Who h:ites the Arj;iii like a |)otil tbi* a free latiiu.le, aiul above all, it leaves ibein the rmhi, a i day, the Nttlurland* (Jovernment will find the Confer litflii which it could not refusi, of deliberating on the propositions which that intervention might recpiirc on their part, and the right of cominnnicating the pro|>ositions unanimously. I' ndotibied in its priiicipU-s anci nature, the right now under consideration reipiires additional strenclh when with the inteiestsof the States which have re<|uired the intervention arc ass(K'iateortant interests of 'he intervening Poweis themselves. According to these considerations, in inviting th Plenipotentiaries of tlie Netherlands to explain in writing the rights and wishes of their government ; in engaging thuin to reply to the arguments and duniands of the ailverM* party ; in offering them besides the means of making known their thouglits anu wishes on all the (juestions to be subjected to final arrangement ; in addressing to llieni, euce entertains no doubt, that all the meant by signini; these articles have been supplied, of arriving at the conclusion that F^urope, w.aried with trouble and apprdiension. accepts with a just impiitience, as an lionourable one, which will settle the long disquieitHl stale of Holland herself, and lead bnally to that general disarminj, the proposition for which the Conference approves of highly. It cannot, on the other hand, too strongly rejret tlie supici08itK>n in the EunijH.an family. Such an object never entered into the wishes of tht! Five Powers, and would be as opposed to tlieir sentinienu as their own interests. Again, placed involuntarily, and by the march of events, under the obligation of contributing, as in 1814, to settle finally, the unanimous communications of the 15th of last the future dt^stiny of Belgium, tla; Courts have not abused Wlio condescends to be a tool. To please the saints; who yields to rule. Jly which he's made the greater f.ol ? Nil Ficte. Who for a motto has Nil ficte," With which Inn puper don't aj;r'e. Fur there great fulsuhotitls oft we see T Nil Ficle. Who next the words Aut foeilf" uses. And Mceuis lo say he ne'er abuses. But fuUely thinks he much amuses T Nil Ficle. Who of lntem|>eranter" makes his boast. Which might he said of any post. But still who loves to rail the most ? Nil Ficta. One question more, and t have done : Wh( first the war of words b*'^un, Aiiii now displeaa'd, dislike* the fun ? Nil Ficte D. B. R. HOLLAND AND BELGIUM. haer to the note addressed to the Conftrrnct hy the Plenipotentiaries of the King of the Withcrlands, Uted Dec. 14, 1H31. London. Jan. 4, 1832. The undersigned Plenipotentiaries of the Courts of Amnia, F ranee, (treat l^itain, Prussia, and Russia, have Wtlte honour lo receive the note and memoir which their Eiceileiicies the Plenipotentiaries of His Majesty the JLiag of the .Nt.therlands addressed to ibeiii on the 14th fticemb<>r. IHH. The ('onference of London wasanxito learn the opinion of the ('abinet of the Hague on October, the Conference thinks itself bound to maintain that it b.'is acted entirely in accordance with the fourth section of the Protocol of Aix-la-Cbapelle. The note and memoir of the Pleni^M)tcntiarie8 of tlic Netherlands discuss the '24 articles of the 15th Oclolnjr, in their relations to the eiyht articles of the Protocol of July 24, 1H14, on which the junction of Belgium with Holland was founded, and to the basis of sej>aration annexed to the Protocol of January 27, 183L However, before the Plenipotentiaries of the five Powers had assembled in Conference in London, the princi[)Ie of a si.'paration between Belgium and Holl.ind bad been 'pro* I limed in the united kingdom of the Ncilielands. The adoption of this piinciple was to annul that of the essential dispositions of the Protocol of July 21, 1814 ; it went also to invalidate tho authority of this act. In making this observation, the Conference is far fnm wishing to impute any blame to a measure taken in tlie mitlst of circumstances of extreme difficulty. It it satislied with settling a point of right and fact, from which it results tliat it is only in their bearings u|>on the basis of the separation of January 27, l.S-il, upon tlie Protocol to which iliey are joined, anl upon the pro|K)sitions acce(>ted by the government of lite King since tlie commencement of negotiations at London, that tlie 24 articles ol Uie 15th of October last, can and outht to le consilered. The conference will not hesitate to enter upon this examination. It flatters itself to be able to piovc as it proceeds — That the 24 articles present only the developinent of lle basis of the s'paration already mentioned. That they embrace the application of all the principles proposed in fa vrur of Holland in tlie I'rotocol of January 27th, 1S31. Thai these principh'S ha*'e lieen sustained with a view to the interest of the government of his Majesty tlie King of the Netherlands. That in tlie rpieslion of the grand duchy of Luxemitt.-d to""!)!!' '""^'^*'' *'*^ Conference, in making a portion of tin; ijrand ;„ .u^ I duchy serve for an exchange of territory, and m contheir jwsition ; and by the financial arrangements which diminisli the burden of llio ancient debt of Holland, by affixing good bound a I ies, a state of compact }K>ssessions| and a conti^'uity of territory on tlie two banks of tho Meuse, and by a formal guarantee of all these stipulations, they have offered to Holland advantages in vain sought for in the most glorious e|>ochs of ler history. In those memorable times, it was not from junction with Belgium, it was from Iwrself, from the noble qualities of tho Hou*e of Nassau and tho Dutch nation, and fiom her own resources, tliat Holland derives ler power. It only remains lor her to fill tlie same character now ; and far from desiring to make the King of tlie Netherlands descend from the high rank he fills in Europe, the Couits repres'nted in iIkj Conference of London have had only in view to nuiintain him in all his dignity, all his influence, and all his importance. — The undersigne*!. iu. ESTERHAZY. WESSENBERO. TALLEYRAND. PALMERhTON. Bl'LOW. ** LIEVEN. MATITSCHEWITZ. 4e iwtnty-lour articles wliich it had siibmi ._ ksowlcilce of the Pleniuotenliaiies of the Kintj on tlie '*^ ^^ .. i i u i .: ., ,^ it.1 tx t MM \ ^ .1 I .1 nectinc t us negotiation with llie • Igian (juestion, proIMtClctolKtr. I lieir last commuriicalion has at leniitb saI s .. ^ ... > i .i.i iijut viioiKT. I iM;ir lasi coiiiiiioriicdiion iias ai leneiii S5i => ,, ,• i-.i .i .k .;.., ;. l.^.l ..^ ,,. • r,.. ,, .. .-. .. I iHjry so caed,di( not conlorniwitli the authority It had iBlBitliisexiHJctation. I heC onlerencehas sion of the wishes of the (overnrnent •^""'" /. *i • c .i ^ v':..^^f ti. \..ii...r .. V I I I iL I I f I on tie* emand of tie Minister of the King ol tho .lellieru/ttte Netheilumls, lor the speedy siMtlennni of the im, "•*'"*^'"'' "', ,. ,^„ i. i...,,^ ic .^ I • •' 1 • II ir ands and Grand Duke of Luxemburgb liiinII. pwuiit .luestioiis which have aremn during the last 15 '**"',: ^'•'"" "^ i^. „. ii...i,.r Aru^ 1 ..' , •• f. II 1 1. I • That the cxami> o of the kingdoo; ol llano\er does •atlislrom the ndaiive situation o Ilol and and Be L'lum : i ""i "in ^*ai y b j^iit <|uestioiis which have ariear appli( able to the case •• FaoNTiRas or Pol a wo, Dec. 31. •' It seems that final resisscs any kind of indep. mience. This resolution is not foundcnl on any considerations with respect to foreign fwwers. but on a gemral system adopted as a principle, which wdl lie continued to the advarW^.T 'f Russia as a warning to tlw ancient Polish provin. ^ uot to hanker after imh|M'ndence. Many families fearing that tiM V may b: com|Hr!h.d always to resiile in tlie kmed.mi. have alri-ady souglit |M.rini*ion to x'ttle in the interior .f tlKempire, which, however will hardly le granted iIhiii. .Nothing has yet licen dine to revive the manufactures— on the contrary, every boly is endeavotiring to wind up his affairs and to livA in retirement. The |K>liry of ihe Russian Cabinet with respect to its foreign relations is evidently more decided. It now clearly expre-iMS iu seniifu\ manifests its in. „. .... ..f., ,-tmenLson the great affairs ol Euro|H', ai Tiiat the articles which, according to the note and tp„,i„n of resuming its character of aibiier on all dujMiu.d We need not, thercf.K-e, wonder that we hear of •tnii;irir< of the Kimr iiad been authorised to lay down *e f)ariicu!ar and often conciliatory vieus whirh are *t*Ksl in ib'ir note and memoir of the 14tli l) ceniber, •fc tliiiii one doubt wouhl have IxM-n remove*', more than owdifllirulty uoiild have been explai.iel. Th. state of That, finally, if the Conference thought tliey ought to secure to Belynini tlic means of existence and prosperity, it is confimd in this re>|H'ct to follo\iiig up the Meps pointi'd out by the eace hich, in the same degree, • 'ibscrilH. to the interpretation which the Cabinet of the true interesU oi H .Hand as well as ol hurope de*Ha,ue persists in civinc to the 4th s'Ction of tin,Pro' mand. I ll itters i.^elf that tlK" King will perceive that •^"Nof Aix-la.Cl.aiH.lle.dat.dNov. 15. TS-U. : it was impovsible, m an arranceme.it of the sort wiih TV M^c.ion in n,M.Mion relates to the sittings of the* So1 which the Conference was occupied, to reconcile claims '^^Lr^^, or Plen.,mtentiaries accredited between the five essentially contradictory, U> unite op,nK>ns m themselves Pow-r. ...u:_u u_. __ ... ,._ .. . J ,1 ^f an opposite nature, without the establishment ol a syswill o'eri which have signed that Protocol ; and it reserved ,, „..-.,-, • i i i J> tl..M. .States which had cau^d the intervemion of tlie tern of comp*nsation, and wh.cli '•-^n'-'M'i;^" '{ .1 ^^ Paweis in.ir.ir. .......:ull. r.,.......t -,„h the inteI det-m erpiiiable, not by pidgmsj •. h article that has be<.n weis in affairs c*sf)ecially connected w **> of the atoroaid Po\*ers, the right oi paiticijwting in couunuuicalcd lo it iu au neighbours. _. The riffht, h..wever, is subjected to sofw retrictions which, in our ojnnnin, will not materially les^^n x\w efficiency of the measure, while they lend to prevent misunderstanding, inconvenience, or collision. The merchanlvess^U of th.. two nations can only be jmited on suspicion of liav.ng slave, on board, -looi? the western coast of Vrica, from the Cape de Verds to tldistance of tea |Tm!Jah article tiia. nas De<.n ^irmi, .,..,..,..^.-,~ J ,i.. ;-l f Martra\' \ % i V ^ '!! Itt)