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Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 16, 1831)-
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E BIUB.1S, Editor. EBDNESDAY. AiIL 4, 1asg. VOL I- O. LXV.

THE IAIIAMA ARGUS. thI l nig, directly or by dhe r severeigas thae sor do whole tether--nor by'c i fIrsm the
-b- d by accredited envoy. bined whole name pnil cidag, aJ by a detach
S pesLIIKlD aR.Mt-Wr.mKLV IN Nsa,1 8t,, N. F. rThis section has not-nor eva could have had-ody tham inceasing their dif ty, but by seing if the com-
Witt Dollar" per amam h-Z avarem. other sense. Besides which, it canoe betn oe te repeat- bind whole does not onr advantagsuperir to its in-
id, aline it lays down nothing relative to the form of the de- conveniences, from which no diplomtic utrasucto uhas
liberations which the fve Powers might hve to open wills ever yet been wholly exempt.
SPleniputuntiaries of & States which lcimed their inter- At tse close of sch In examination of the d 5 arti-
vention. It leves them, on time contrary, in this respect, les, and the explanations cotaimd in the memoir of thi
a f(ri latitude, and above all, it leaves tdes the right, a day, tim Nethorlanid O ernumnt w il Gd de Confer-
right which it could not rufuse, of deliberating on llm pru- eas enertains no dAbl, that all the U by pniag
positions which that intervention might require on their thes article have been applied, of arMltgs thee con-
^- -'- part, and the right of commenicaling the propositions cldion that Emreps, weari1e with trouble nd approem-
OZT Y. right now under consideration roquirea additional seuegth one, which will male the long diquietmd sate of Hol-
SNI, FICTE. when with the interest of the StUe whicb have required land herself, and lad mlly to dtht general dirming,
Who was't who talked of honor's Nome, the interveoli re ocied in e associated a in te egotitions of tl ropontio for which the Cofe e approve of
And vowed that satire was a siame, London relative to Belgium, tie amot imiportan interests highly.
Bet now who prints the very samr e of he intervening Powers themselves. It camot, a o other band, too stngly rg tie
Nil Ficte. According to theme consideratioes, in inviing the Pleni- spicion of its no wihing to give Holland nenceorh an
Wh i't h alw a did ref, potentiaries of the Netherlands to explain in writing the honoourable pitioa in the Eurorpean faily. Recb as
WT..prin who aleer llht euse, rights and wishes of their government; in engaging them object never mrned into te wishes o th Ie A" Powers,
Too print whatever siaaaht abuse.
Thu wicked, factious, ainely crew to reply to the arguments and deomead of the adverse and would hben opposed to their nentimna a their own
Nil IFacts party; in offering them tiales tie means of making interests.
known their thought ann wisies on all the questions to be Again, placed involuntarily, andby the march of events,
Who hates the Argn like a pntiin, objected to fin arrangement; in addressing to tlme, under the obligation of contributing u in 1814, to settle
And cannot read without emolin, finally, the unanimous communications of the 15th of a1st the future destiy of Belgia, the Courts hve not absed
1 hat does not please his narrow notion October, tie Conference think itself bound to nmaintin their position; and by a i Snacial amrn nmn wbich
Nil Fcte. that it las acted entirely in accordace with the fourth sec- diminish the burden of the ancient debt oT olland, by
Wh condescends to he a tool. tion of the Protocol of Aix-la-Chapelle. affixing good boundeles, a mate of compact pos uioai,
Tplee the sinls; who yields Io rule. The note and menmoir of time Pleipotentiarin of thl and a continuity of territory on te two buak of the
ly whnch he's made the greater fl.,l Netelrlands discuss the 24 articles of the 15th October, Mbes, and by a formal gurmnltee of all thee tipula-
Nil IFice. in their relations to tim eight articles of the Protocul of lis, they have offered to Holland advantage in vain
Who for a mnatnn has Nil Belr." July 24, 1814, on which time junction of Belgium with sought for in lli most glorious epochs of he history.
Wath which las paper dlnn't agree. lolland was founded, and to te basis of separation an- In those memorable tInes, it was ot from a action
For there great lulsehoeud ofl we ee ? need to the Protocol of January 27, 1831. with Belgium, it wa from herself, from the obe qua-
Nil Flcle. However, before the Plenipotentiaries of the five Pow- lities of the House of Nassu nd the Dutch notion, and
Who nesl the wols ** Aul flede" uses, er had assembled in Conference in London, time princi- flom her own resources, that olland derives hr power.
Atid aseais ia say he ne'er abuse, pe of a separation between Belgium and HIlland had It only remain for her to fill these charnctr now ;
Uul lusely tlnaks hle much amuseir been'proclinmud in the united kingdom of allu Netheland. and far from desiring to mnke lhe King of the Ndthir-
Nil Fice. The adoption of this pa incipl wau to annul tlim of the lands descend from tie high rank be lie in Europe, the
essential dispositions of tlie Protocol of July 21, 1814 ; Cours repmrnted in tme Confereace of London have
Who of" Intempermer" make his buast, it went also to invalilate ltho authority of this act. lad only in view to maintain him in all hi dignity, all
Iiut sl irho lohe to h ed el ost ? lu making this observation, the Conference is far from his inuence, and all his impontoce.-The undersigned.
Nil Fitee. wishing to impute any blanme to a measure taken in the du.
midt of circumstance of extreme difficulty. It is atia- ESTERHA7.Y. WESSENBERG.
One quesion more. and I have lone: fud with suling a point of right and fact, frTm which TALLEYRAND.
Who first the wa oef -wrds br,,u. it ruls dot it is only in their bearing upon the basis of PALMERSTON.
Amd now disples'l, dislike t fun e the eparion of January 27, Irll, upon the Protocol o BULOW.
N D B. R which they ar joined, and upon the propositions accepted LIEVEN. MATURCHEWITZ.
by the government of the King siiem die commencnment
of negotiations na London, that the 24 articles of the 15tl Fso 'smas or PoLuD, Dec. S1.
IOLLAND AND BELGIUM. of October last, can and ought to he considered. It eemno that final resolution rith r et to the fate
Ti. conference will not hesitate to enter upon this exa- of Poland are at length on the point of being takes. Siea
awmr It tce nte ldnu"r"d to the Confereme by te minaion. the return of the Emnperor to St. Petoenb we hea it
Plriputentciaries of tht King of til Nrtherlauls, It flatera itself to be able to prove a it proceed- frequently afirmred thla it seeu mor for ie interest of
died Dec. 14, 1R31. That the 24 article present oly the development of Russia m make Poland a district province, doIsuh with-
LonDoo, Jan. 4, 18'32. the basis of the separation alrealy mentioned. out free institutions, tlan to incorporate is with the em-
The undersigned Plenipotentiaries of the Courts of That they embrace tie application of all the princi- pire. Thus a kingdom of Poland may exis in unm, al-
imri, France, (Great Britain, Prussiu, and Russi., have plus proposed in far ur of Holland in ilm Protocol of tleuglh it will not piles any kind of independence. This
l hd bhoiouor to receive tie note and memoir which their Ja l"ary 27hll, 1831. resolution is not fouidaod on any consileratlonu ith re.-
Ibllerics file I'le lnipotntliurin of lia Majesty the That tlese principles lave been sustained with a view pet to fourign powers, bton a general syisem adopted as
ig rsf the .rierla.ianls addressed to them on tihe 14th to the interest of the government of huMajesty the King a principle, which will he romminu-d to the advar.aoge of
ismhsaer, .IN Tim Conilrence of London was anxi- of the Netherlands. Russia a warning to the ancient Polish provinces nl
a to Iearn the opinion of the Calainet of the league on I That in lie question of miae grand duchy of Lusem- t,, hianlkr afir indlir-nilennce. Many famiillm fearing
1t twanly-lour article uchi t la Iand submtiteIld to die tlaurlgh, time Conferernce, in making a portion kbwleice of llte Pleniptltentlc iies of lahe king ; on tile duchy serve fur sal eIchangse f territory, and ai con- have alri;av sl OIIughtl t ilrnuYaisn Ie allt e In Ilne inalorii.r t.f
I rOcluel'r. Tl'iir last conullllalication lma s Ht linell. si- "'necting this negotiation all h tie ll. glian questionn, pro- Ish, which, liwever nill hardly INe granted tIlina.
itlulnserpectation. T'heCunfitrencrlehasosninil wah pIerlY so called, did not conform litlh lie authuraty it l ad Noshing has yet been dt,nr to revive the manufactures-
iwmeho e expreoisin of die wiles of the Gveirnmen received from the Diet of the (iernsenic ('hinederaticron, on the contrary, everv bdly i endeavouring to wind up
fIl Netherlands, for the speedlvy slleien l of tlle inl- o thie demand of tie Minister of Ille Kingof the Netlher- his affairs and to lia in reIreri'een. The policy of the
snal questions which have arivsn during Ithe l 1S5 'la nd"s and Grand Duke of Lisensiburglh hinlf. Russian Cabinet with respect to its foreign relations is es-
mlmlsfr..m ni:i rrlialive situation ail lluullanl ndI BI.liruI ; i That tiae example of the kingdom ol lanover does dently nore decided, It now clearly exprenes its ateni-
aI th Cunfrre lcr cannot avoid explreina its rgrelt aI not at all appear applicable to the cua. nentson Ilie great affairs of Europ., anl manifeats itu in
tlame line, thait tlla cnmilui,ication had .,ta l, ee meall T'lhat dic articles which, according to the note and otenaon of resuming its character of albiler on all displi'd
bll Ia the linme when the Il'inil|ten.itiarier uf llth Nether- nam'oir of the Plelnillaentiaries of the Nellterlands, con- pinlt. We need nole, therefi.r, wonder that we hear of
h., ldln-..,,I thIir note ol the I1.h Noverbr, without t line" d positions unprecLedened and derogatory to tie promises made to the King of Hulland in cue he should
hag ble Ito ad.d to iilt tay fliial eplar,.i,,n. rI in, t,.alnt rights and sovereignty of lolland. are easily eplained, be in danger of lavi.e hit rioigl disputed by other pow-
Sddu elrne t prnciple of which e C inofare tw ut eden dught o reasonably toI ei''. Thabt tlie asurances are not empty words is
of- deanlll fill plain ,and simple ado eaion, the Plenaqu- inspire the apprehension lha dty se m to have given rise proved by the unusual military preparlions in the into-
tllrance of the Kinlr lad been atllitorsmed tI lay ioIon I. riorof Rusw."
0 parlicu:ar and often conciliatory views which nr, That, finallv, if the Conference thought tley ought to
el in a lir nte and memnir of hie 14t Iia l),r.a.eir secure to eliu hm tfe r'eants of !'istence and prosperiy. Frn the Iadlmtn Tims of Ja. 2f.
Ie hIla onil doub wuldl hiave bln rna,,cal, imora titan it is confindwv1 an tltis re.ler l to Illoiag t "p the bl'a The convention leltwr'n the French and ihe Eaglish
Silbul lty woald iaave been eplaitt Thi 1 a', ~f' ;pointed out lay tim government t II the 'ieriands. Giovernmoenis, for thie more effectual supprension of mie
*iffiiulll) oulold have been t eaLir as no) Imager lhe sam. I, IIw meran tine it i Thie Iln.nts.arn.eI I 11is Male.ty Ile King of tie slave trade,which was alludedta in tlli King's sp 'ech at he
igtl of remonvin lth.e grtnri.,l, of the objectlin Netherlands wlll find llh dervei.iluienOt uf dice laser- oaselling of the session, andtl which has inre been prr-
ah'Ilhe Plenipotenlinriesof Ille Netlherluallnsllh e made, tions in the ambloined cmueoir. to Parliament has iwen printed. It was. silrd at
I in the hop. of s, celerating a happy Strong in the conviction iof having discharged the rn- lPars on the 2(kh of November leas. The ne.go:a.lorw
alu ttalnilg ie great e,.nl ,o pace, wli.h th tle (;,,enl- g ens contrce by the live CurmC towards the G- were the British B Anh Ambadol and M. Sebastiani, Ihe
tt tie Kig af tie N.lherlanlds a c.ll as it ihas in r,,nmcentl f lIse N.-therlandl-fiall of confidence in tihe Frenclh Miniser for Foreign Affairs.
w.e that thi (:,nfiren.e iprnapoes tn answer lthe iiip,..r- i intelli ,wlce i.l p.i,'!ie .f tll Kine. lle Conference flat- As all the world was convinced that nothing but a mu-
h Papers,the rontcentof lllnch it has we'iid uoi l d.a t teI s ll"fll that liq M114" ll [r It Ie d l dfl- l. rlh of arn d te d- l right of h could prevent the shameful bruoarse
blmneaure deliberalin. ra cities it has had 1. ,tserroute, tie events which have of tlh French law by French subject, in continuing by
Without inlendindi by tlle opinion which iit ill rEpr s n'matk.l dtlh crse of is Iaors,. tIe dangers of every juggling, the alomnable traffic in huen flesh, thIigreat
Least atack on e r.0ihu rt ol His MajesS i|e ki ,,of dscrilation which it hl Io, mee, aind finally the oblige- pin, has at lengthh been concrdcd to justice asd humea'ty,
t Netlherl.a,,as asa ial ndepen.Ill. o, vereitn, rills whicri ti laton under lwicih it lav, and nwhch it has dislharWge, to nuotitlotanding the habitual suspicion entertained of he
t1 mtectrlle.c, to lthir lil extelen, lmie Confererntce rd- malintlini that general pace ahich, in lhe same degree, exercise of our naval power by our pro ud and jeous
Smhubcribe to the inlerpretation which the Cadlint of l lh true interests of l landd as well u of Europe de- neighhoar's.
i*lgue in giving to tile 4ll i"ctlian nl tIhe Pro- mand. I flatters isllf that the King will perceive that The right, however, is hujectd as am raommw .
** l( Aii-la-Clapelle,da.ted Nov. 1. 1i11. it was impossible, inn an rrangemrtt of the sort with which, in our ~ymiin, will not mantily i the effic-
Ssection in question r"lalusto the sittings of the'So- which the C onfere.e was occupied, to reconcile claim ency of the nmeaure, while they lend to pweu mason-
5 lns, or Plenie, accredited bletwen the five essentially conlradictory., o nile opinions intherelves derstanding, incoveienicet, or coliil. Tie merchl-
l which he, signed that Prolo., ; and t reserved of as ppsiteJpturn without the establishment of a sys- vessels of the two nations e dy he lnd ORe iof
6a e States which Iad carusd a llt e iltiersensiun of Ie tem compenspion", and which conooeqenily it will of having leaves on board. alon thm w st o of
r Pes in atffir in a p.r;all.v ,nnt,.tcall wtthe H. inle- deem eqait.bll'e, vat hbo ;aaln ha antcle thaI hn been Arica. rm the Cape de Verds to t1h distance of tan
"mO the alureall |'.,r., alas rIa!t uf. platiciating in col.nmunli-atlcd te t t.t alt anIlaitd manner, but by talkala' degreael sut no of 16 Equatora.oound the 'le of Madasl-

ar wiMhhb a r le di hLagen, amguhq eIf Cuba, uery ceulabir, whln ask is of too long atandinig to be neral bir Willoughhy Cutea, Lnd a@l
I'Peo Rie;.Wtl e laten, aof Bra e, t ie um q-ansiosmd, by any of ltb muiinuaou Knights of Sir "ressip t destruction of property, adY
disuer. .. .. we I si a|u rebellion, whicl aI thte i nBl a
IaseJads' esuchnosigd a rusm'qon w raulit with garl-
Smistaethr it s We cmnot prutenl dthe degree of prhvoyance our acc ual
Ca ldy 4 'Ji l war, cormindd lby olticn Oioi, to kuow whether these who are mnw leaving, or We cannot pullciently cneos y. o yaw
with ih r- k '-pi, or liauasmi at lau a. preparing to leave, our ishres, will ever eaori ; minor how tuuch we deplore dla it it rea r lt
By mher llil m l wvetion, even the om r a wa uiosed to pian Ihe wisacrre, mndl declare that these transactions, and worthy of paiicuair
of mrchings mfrt m liird, ad in no cas lll ons iers ion, that tie ledersn a d chiefly,
ohf numbgur of mir btmong to one of ll pri tl, ll ce ai insurrection should appear to have bes E
allowed ito exced JdoeM tht of the otlir. Tim' names of behelal by their uabsenc: we leave these speculations, to ooiimpod of porisois oenplovue in mconi '
time ve ls employed m- ie given by the one nation to t -h w allo, like tIe Bayal Editor, are fond of peering on thie proerties to which they bhela,. i
time otelr. through millalutes, or diving for reasuins which dual people to whoe additional coufort e l
A fourth result requires the command if the criner, upi o tim surface ; for insste, when hel witd masters to ui.hce d reward fdeli; ad
whe he oev kes a suspicious veel, to show the order a, .. can h e i remain duat, by their indencea. td
whieh canlbupon him the right of sarcl. inii.e gravy, tell a t i y those who ave slaves were encouraged to perpelrae dit 6'
Tihe vmes captured for having taken part in this" in. beea prosperous that ca, with anl prosipct of success in they live been so deeply involved. *ll
faniors Inic" ire to be given up, along with their crews, iuother country, go awan." This declaration is almost We llarticipate in the regret expressed lIB El,
to tim jurislletion of tle amtion to which they belong. visual to that of a clip of thunder," having ati uck ti,; lncy tihal, in slulppressine this most cllalil.e%"0
N right of search is permitted in any cam over no- ,Ist of due Pn.-beccivil." Siioul Sir J. C. S:iydl a yl perishld iil the field, aithu .
lIMonl lsipi or nmn of war. I n executed after trial, die audcity of ih m l e
Hicli are the chief provisions in tll Imporlitntl reatv. b l fr a uni fo fr or his Royal Pritler, we during striking eiauiiples ilispeni sa.bly
which has A1el1 up a garet mchus in the Ractions given l; would recommend him to us he tHomean toga p retta&, we fully coniciir wili your Eicelloucy,
International liw tothe claiouof juice and the rights of fur we believe that lie hoone of those, wl oom naure hasi enily would have only operated us al lui~nuW
humasnily. doomed never to attain tle years of discretion. ragemient to di diulffectedI to perbovere u l
.- lied libelles been always punished, tlm Itoyal EJitor designs.
SIt i parts to us much consolation that ye- eri
T I would have long ago pail the penahy, so gratilyiiig to his can now, widt confidence, Isure us hut l the rbi s
Sigron and venal feelings. He has forgotten, in reminding Ibe considered at an end: And we gro -'. w itl
a us of our delinquencies, and of time arbitrary manner in ceolency, tliha to heal tise wounds it has inliain
W UD ENM llY APMII 1. IN8 which we have been treated, that lie will himself be be- stre cnidence between o uastr aoul slao, w g
7 His Ecetlleacy the Governor marooned -illt u e tribunal of de country, for the mine ufgnce, We are of opinion with yoat Excellmeny th n,
Judlge Sadlands on Halurday last. before long ; and we hope, tint his ualed may sit as light- lesson has bieen tauglit to the whole slave poIpulate
-. Ilupon his spirit, as the yrngeance of our TYRANT l has utter lhopiSll ness of any atilcrnpt to iesit the iit
a Th printer to KIUw Jaure I. of tlle Ishanias, hlv- uponi our's.-W. would rulls.r sull;-r from injulsice, tllan the law witll a chance of succeo ; and we utra i
ius shaken a a little of the dueaair thal wlas delikei in I,, as lK. Itl.yl ldilor, cloukel and scrvuied by usurped fI'tal experitne they have hIad ol the prouptiai
hl. isge, bifre his ppointmnnl to llil ligh ,un.ling, Ipwer. We have the respect of our fellow cilicaos, while into actill against theii will nildmani acilst tin
bul dirty sler, and wr liresunll hiv virus ill' AITTIIIITTry is the oliject of their just exi-cratioun, nmadue nianifest by nalioins, whlich have been eiillmloedl to withllirda
cauIvrrl, rluriting his iold luriuiu iniinluitou anil unliri- tie withdrawal oif tlieir accustoiniedl isupp ri. froin heir allegiance and the duty dity owe to iti I,
ciplel 'iiries lir printing a1 park of abslrdilities, under tIN' ters.
aeniuof lIVUnlT NiTI.iI alih, wich have fr th'ir conl Pursuant in notice given by tIe King's Pi inter," Iis It is with regret, we are informed, that itisam
parimn, on II c rue of nlhionlily, tig. olih ouf ./d i K'i tIcelleny iel a Levee it (iuvernent IHous, oil Mon- proved Iy ie dying declars ions of many uifno a
parrisun, t0 list- inlaf lat, at 'clock. Weight are gratified inng tt(liiduals, who have suffered uiidier sentence of ieh,
Lear atiil lavint dared I, u, iluolience towarils d dlad lamar l o'clock. e are gratified in slating, hIIiI iiti a very general impression hail beene mi an
Aruels i irs, as well as l owarls oIurslvie, we iIll take therl was inot Uoe inhlbiitant inl attenldaiincJe, exi those ini illinil of Ihe latv lopulationi, that His .Majetlyt I
leave I. real nd liii r. a lWiirle, uli, it. h fii. \ iiblic situatinllU us lilch, will Mllie, no iloulb went far in ed lthiei Iheir Irc.edoni.
h il.uve m, lilo ismlh.ritiiii lii li.s I..i.n relduiv'l ti a enforring attendance. Mr. Ilhilhr, as mlio Mr. Cample- W' l.e tu tlliat uo every occasion we hiae rlen
nlere tkl.t.,n, ic lIha. .lahllim. l h I. ; oli I nmos i n the slhalow of tle Iinrner gentlenlan, tie utlnost Ihiplosition to give our serious euruiasiMs if
ners a uiis, inci mliai if tIe rgus ; jhthe svggm s ils of hiis Miesty ' G ernm ent, iomie s
anil hi. spllen Ihasi l been excited lrial ihe la st elek, khv a t e a sort of nuulaoncriptl Inieibers o1f lie conmunonity. Il, tl e l iiy .i-ty l n, ilwilire i1 thli Colonr.
further lhas ol iulmsrilbrs. ''his we know to Il I. I.a, iclu lttenilali'e inlny be rcosideredl as a tliing liha!in- "Your .Excelleiiny IUay rely upi* l liour seal a d ai
siitl I. noit mulsr it upnm *Ipllamiitii. ing of courie'I, aid as chaperona's of tie (Culuurid gentle- diall co-iiopiationI, in bringing tlie I;ilaiors of Ihe iSa
Smltum s ir me tt acts i ,illrs, iiver wm wr ruii ien, mai, fior the first liue, lonc red Ills ExIcellenc i to all early asoI satisfactory conclulsioi.
T', hl~inu, r. II, fw iithat t l',1" .ils.r%, iover whlom we. cai1 "an e'l 1m Irli El".se ll.lncy was Ileased to reply:-
havi lit contrloul i. a pr.f if uail...ol.,ence ; sand tow, illt their presemice. Ihs Excellency lind preconceited a l iGentleren f the reai:,
as 1 less ol,i i, te.' aild iniewishei l fur praises oi plan!I', when lie thought all lead arrived that intended I reirn you any tliunks for your AddJrem, .nd I
ouir fri-nll. icro,.gnil, io oih iunjull t and uilianlildoneu t come, sent his Orderly to su anion eight of the coloured l miiiuclh lralifid to learn that you daiprovru of lie iim
(lilr lelauars Ileve bITrI rewardend beyond our oust san.- lieopile, who were in readlineus with ani address, lich hlliic llhae lieHn adn.pted tu suppress tei late allasiliug
'aI.e i.per.aliol.s by I r. friendlship ofa generous comn- ws read 'iy lne of tlheil; iI wllicl Iis Eicel"lecy, l.estr tUis relwliol."
nl.'.iilm,-inr which we cmll a s.riing.r, and received the luaviing a reply 'alueuly cut andI dr)," delivered instan-
nlil.n-i th.l wnl e l avse a nr cnigdi er nd rc rivd I ter. idher oe the o el tu' to their credit be it spoketi, FrI,, t I.oh o Jn ohn Butl, Jaonury P.
atimontioos thait womil,I have dlie credit to lung-tried
I'frnIMlip. Circum.s.lances lhve, rcunliined, to make i attended. TH COLNTHY AND TlI: At.1Y.
tls' land of our adolpion ; and we Ih.le, that when lthe We should lhae stated oni S.lurllay lIst, in our Lanw TO JOIIN RILL.
heur shall arrive, in which we shall, like our coilteiIupornr. Reipor, that uilon Ih, In ilicli,'nemn of the king against tI.. S.i-Whel n riot has been put down, nd pwropn in
of lIh. Ruysl tis-att', tan rnrrentl to tlo interests ol Oluvern Jerry Forbus,, Del a Sl.ive, Toly a Slave, andlI Ihtn preer.ved, andl terror Snid laale.lnesu save blit
those lby whole we have been fositrel, ldsl wle lm.y meet Ellice a Slave, noille rsrj/ui wen entered by lthe At- 'In'I-i, slid conlimlhnce, anil e'n ii thI, Ia ihelf, man
with precisely the swi, trenau t, tha lie Iorney General, at tle lie of Uci ir. Nicholas D. io il-itory-lio-l, iatrillll! ansil uleslp ilntm l e
r, ;orne nd yrou public eniral, at tune rnllu] of in cllU. UDrd -the rrtrdns-]airiuially i lteii)iited to be attaie
f.ill a ri:berl od higener p ul ic, ras a lunis llenut tlo Ihe supel4rgo of tie Amo.rican schooner Norll Ane- i"the pTicular soldiers upin dul. Andl Ithre hls ke
Si.ll mrritedl, fLi his liiwimi-alrving, Ireiareroos and rica." Iuch l rewsllur controversy) aboil hlle ciloduct of lil-
Julda-like conl luct. While receiving tim means of sub- lary nd di sreieer cldhii.), towarnl a tluiihosu ia
sieimwe from tlie people, wu have seen hin acting as Ilie Fromi the Jauaica Royal L(a:et- of Mark 17. trliev poiiulace, lhai the proper ci, urse to be pemli by
riAmll.a t lr.u.In of dtose to whioal he was so indebted. JAMAIC.L e rmy in uaich raes, i eii beeinuma him gral
N, ralumny too gron, Mo fallsehod too glaring ufr pub- rioid. i il.e, lat .I recen t mIlanchily le inIullst Bin
liatiuon, if it eminnated from AtOuTr ; forgetful, iht T allowing fllin Address ol the lonournble the ('inn- rir elt i litil'r eaCiii c saru' dinarily pwsrine ml"
Aitlhmt couumlter-stal.l'l nlts being sent forth to tie world, eil vwas lrewilted to Ilia Excellency in answer to his luratioi weren rceauedl-lv eailmtion or noistike, spai
II.. hai iis-silamenenls would be Ileenild those of truth. Speech at tlle Oeing of th" e Seasion : parK f ll Ie late unlirllunatln officer who was in sm
'T' e meAr .gu, the Ipeople have been iindlebltd for suchl "JiA Is. there, as to what wa i his dity in tln pmriuium in which a
Oefne of thir publi character, as Mr. McQoeen ad Ilis Excellency the t lonourable So- asl iplac', ; or rather, Ib double r apmprlhnlion si o
ds.Gliie o elir public chnracter, s hlr. McQu n and morlr, Lowry, Earl ,t" It ('aii-- If Bhlie bililV l wh[ Iav in'rra, MltI S n.II L
Ils in e or IWo HnuIRl uIcas have frequently Ibn nmade to neral and (overnor-in-Chifof Iis l .I is l- i;;;ai woolli hve been iafforlll edi lii, e Irgeloid l I
since at, living bi n piled b the Iruhs that exposI I) y's Island of JOanuic, anlld iloler I, l''lr in,,- lfourie,! Ihat duty, and resrud, frun dilturbnrce sld
l tihe opll e lace of day, tihir low and pitiful piulicy ; anil ri'' thlrelun spending in A.mlliran, Cliancellur pinel, lihe city he was called in to prilrlct-i nob L"
o r" we a willing to trust, for ith proof of our nd ic-Aduirl If i ( s k.rsitd Ialf of it to have Imenh hurnl to eIslh I i k
ti "fiu" we or willirngre I "tst, HU eiL pIlroofsf ulr mia. CI"IUtmII.. Th- Lord (lIniiif Justice of dlo4 CuOlllllln 'lmes(aJiP
stability. We omy at some future priod, perhp., loe .VMy It please yomur Elrrl tlrcy, lby al law% r, hIel in the lilet venlnran f ri n
two, thren holders of office, as sulscribes,, who are We, lh I liMajesy-'s slIa dulifl anls 1 als mlijects, the kn, wlti.e) lias, in hi s coinprell eni s.lve nisdaieda
iseskng ia lth gras, to save their situations; but thas Council, bt leave to return our Excelil.iry uur tllhadk charge to tie Randd Jurv at the late ,hin'rial t'0omlo
will n bhe a event to ob dreaded -for lke Argus" fr your llSpeech at the opening of the e son. tir Briso, laid down, mul, poerlull an, nil i1`s.
loe are pernauldeol ImIt tle sincere illuirest which lime ecii Isa aon sl 'ul.' trmeshilhll lls.iSiiiol rilli i"i
ishe orgen of the people, and what is lost to us by Yv ur Ecelle) le.ehl i tile iee e anId tIra i uill of t0i ic ( mniio l nl mdolht (,iius iirds tein sar ie pprlli.ll reel. I
tiid vice ad few, will be supplied fiom dhe Yaou Excellenc feel llliepeace and tranlal"si1 el ite moyed all doubt (41oubt in ishich sim 11%a"ns i"
tiaiic vind or, will ho appsed fuiof Cloleony,mushl adedie infdite-h d s srmi, Ishis lakei, toi place ii)-mhe (isiy of the atoney i I wild
fearle honety and patriotic fling. you experi aced in announcing to us an event which sill will a IUondhmlius lll llilc h ,
To the doing and Royal Printer, wishing to apper I e ver be deplored, las vilg biomughtl ruin and deVlastaiouin To tie country '.t I re'. as well as In the army, i i
jenlut s d e credit of due Bahamians, is worse than ludi- I n n f most fertile dIsireits ofU tic islaMil1. thu lunietL iip.rlance that this parliciilal, iity, Ii ib 1
Crm-mlo tmhn abrusd; when he has lived fo more IrWe sin erely deplore thait te close of tI Clii 1r n In should he universally, anil prolmerls, aIni lal.l" v L"
hl. da)y, a period of dme)3,ci with ll id, umic muual imulul- .1ied. I.' i.ihlicastion ,f it.i1 hiraci, iruml the',;Ad
ian thirty years uoal them, ad finally sold hineself, gences are granted l Ith ie .iL by decir nisn rst should cian of (e Jice'inda, w ll re .lr .IIa uly k, '
and their inrlumis to the abolilionists have been olmrked by a suddenly insurrcrtion in the parish certain, anil notorious.
Mr. McQueen has aImrted, that we are not supported of St. Jaiies, which afterslarIs exie,.dei( to prliuos of Iel L dshtip my's-
by t of re tablity inhe adjuinimg p ariles, a nd that in the lr i s .And, wllilt1 L m stulingl the hieliein imp" i l b1 I
.by i we ri hi tlhe i ditci n .-teor, aithogh e land a iamoing a)nmptomus of disorder should line aIl- law on enery r ubje rI st of ihe mrinel I wi'h Isn
aemaiu we give him die le dired,-.for, although we ponied. the law alnwllrierlgral no dIhtrlin.tins in thisnls ,
have not Itat the mewra rcirus nepctabiiy, which We are deeply ensible that your Excellency adopted ithe soler and trh ptorm. isdle1iunl. T he h.l, ia'L
hea is oigi I di hot a sighed policy of Sir Jame C. dhe must wie and eofici.nt means, lby proclaimning Martial a citi n, inag ntler the inam oIlinlto., msd urm
myth, ea rhirc will. whoever he Lleavs the Colony, .Lw in conforntity aul with time iaiunimoulls advice of a witk the ane amutority t,, Ireerrr thie l r, of the A ',
ik ie lrr obscurity than ever. sill we can os u l r a id wi' e allv acknowledge ial Ile s anl y other sulbjt. .4 ,the n ma is lSl u'Ts Tti
sin.k int r nl r n e ler can bme s juolicious diitriboitolin of 'is Ilt iIesi t)y'a Tronps sidi Ihe Tilt; It. t ri i ii l u l liToni IT ll s I'1s1
of having, not only the names, bt the good wishes of, M il.itia of tile tla"aid, Uliindi i. cauoiimiiniiJ ol -.a< Tur; a the eu nosy intfet.sre rrf t at ,," ri

8SW Mafamsa Rrgvm.
rV demnd it, mInHst'v Tmm arito'll@Ita or OF
g w s. so rasy the other too ; as the one may
a for that purpose when arms are ecessary, V' Every person about to eae these Ilards, after
s DO TH SIAN. Undoubtedly, a Ithe& et aSI
of disretio, which requires tle civil sub- inyj raided there for the apace f orutn urs,
&I T IN sBUiOurDIATIi, N TO, ANU IN AID OF TUH gi l starity at tke Secretary's Of, or put p =
I; cJlner thLa uop his adhasrity, before amd Oflaceo orirnsm atr previous to Aiodrepat-af-
Ishoad to Broilea, tr To nrras OB INiA, STILL BY JOHNSON E SAUNDERS.
S ma Dol WITa MILITAny rC .e. Bur, were ter w h, at ny tiUm dArig ror-II DAYs, a Ti B JOHNSON & SAUNTE
&i and imrrdiate ; were a felony has ma be obtaind. n MAmday ant, tle 9tA in ,
b oo committed, or cannot otherwise be prcvent- NAMES OF PERSONS Av T vamouas ousn.,
Sfrot tIlh eiieoIUentnc of the cies, no oppor- ABOUT To oTAINs TiXiun r B ABTUrE. t tU.. .
d of o lbtrainin a requiition from ite proper Itlh Jinuary Eliabekth Bany 1 WikI J -
ii I7MILITr BI ueJ cuL-r or THL KINO, like hiis oh l Apley Wells W M l
lhj otc 03m only s iy, lrr ArS BOUND, to do their ad February Aleamoder Barbie A now Indl fat sillng Baham boet scseahn r hI
or ReOs own tt r.o rrv, Iot< prpent 1e pr 1- -h Henry Baldwin 23 feet keel, 9 9-1l8 b2h l-medil is Fohnary I.h
Btth Alice Tucker Maturiala, bc. ail am.
. of outrages to put dowm riot and tumult, and to i2th Alice Tucker MateliaIS, H l. .l Cd.
t*/A ;^ ^y, m ull.. lh .." Mtil^ A Wall TERMS- Math' CdiL.
the lies and property of the people : and Tus I .h W. I. Alesslrder April 4Ch.
U MIlAT AOC LERD, THIT WltTKIVER IIUNErTIA. 5th March Franlis McKee Apr _
a Il a in the rreution of those objrrct, WILL 11 t lh l Huben Win BY JOHNSON & SAUNDERS.
0nt D NU Ao IIwrIlitUo IT THE (mIIosuN L,." 14W. h C iely Ervan
T li quotation and oillhoril,-whliich given 'from the loth Willim Hmilhoo On TIrday ae, s the &A hit t,
lt.ait ialllt is at olceo the best legal explanation, Lod J5oephlbilm0psI oOni' AIr, S
o betl military deflltiolo, or the duly ofl fIe army ion l UlleryThuompun At IO O*ea. A. I-
S o miliaryle-itii ofd e d ofl adry- i Elizabetlh Sullivan At th rusidecan of Joseph Thnmpuo, Eaquli,
ofi of rio-il would. be superfluous sd pro- lth .E her Robinson Will be solid.
q uto add 4Word.
IBm, Sir, with rreat rpeprrt, ynur onnltant reader, All his Houishold Furaitur, Coelllnss o
A BARRISTEROF LINCOLN'S INN. I pair hadsomne Conches,
Jaey 19, 1hu. W1 t Mahogny Chairn to match,
SoSn Tale, Te Tabls, Crd doia,
Weai Rsmnaru.-We are informed that a contract Breakfast ditto, one Dse i dino,
been entered into, to provision fifteen ships of alis PORT OF NASSAU, N.. P. Sidehbord, fancy rsob mo i aDlua
;i fatel,our inlforman states positively that i h.s Windsor Chirs, Bene. Burs, Bd ads,
efn with iagntlemun wholeasseen tim contract. 'To1' April 3d-Sp. Felucca Netlltne, uGrcia, Cuba Wah-hand Stands, DIrning Olas,
hinformadon i s aldeld a report that tle vessels in qres- Corn and I'unapkia, An sortmont of Glassware, c. c.
n ar toh stationed in the Iluminr, and that their ohl- to Jous ToOasron & Co. ALSO--
tis to wol t piincedilinzi of Rus.ia.--llull 'Pack, t. A handsme upright Cotuage Grand Piao Forts
J l - n SAILED, A high toned square ditto, by Stoddrn,
psrisL--Tit, Jouirnil oul (Conmerco contains seve- April Ilt-llaytien brig Cuoniance, Savain, New York AND-
irtsiculan nrsliivre in tle silne of dalTirs in lturiI'al' Am. sioup Eminla August, Fulgham, Key That well known horse Marplot;
anolnia~Md i n Itr l ronm Lisbon, dated ,n thie I)thl Wetl Together with a neat London made Oig, ad
1d lth of January l.t1, anid received in Washington by ; 2d Brig Rolls, Wallace, Greenock HarneU,
e*v Philadelplin.. An excellent eight day Clock, with a vautty of
I appears thi D)r. Itnlsidlphl ho.l arrived t Lis.bon, P.\ArIENGERS 8AILEI). other articles.
daierremaining ihre oily luirilys, proceeded to .Mj.l. In ise llvyien brie Conlianre, for N'w York .-Cap- 7erJ -o imloaik's Credit, on gi aruriy if ri-
iL I lain Kelly, and 24 Male, of the Ameriran brie Ahigail, qnrd.
Ikrospectl tn li It. iai of I'PIorital, tihe lettr of the condemned Ihire by a Hianl of Survey ; Ci'ptain Ioug- April4th.
ild Januaryv,ullimi, sta.111 liril it ;laie consisting of lass, ou' the American chli.mer North America, wrecked
idiv ionens, counmi.posd oi rerL'ilars and militia, HnllilluOii- on St. Salvador; anil Captami Joweph .ihtiS r, junr. of BY HENRY AlI)ER:LFY.
qla silly or sewily iihousand iien, ij disirdslriltil 111 the lwh brig Eniriler ic, wrecked on WaillilKii,' Ilsiil.
sflrom the mounlhi of tlle D)uuiii i 111i.1 ut ill ( U.- s__ - I On Modo ay wt, the 1I6h instant,
hiu. The irsl liiinion iscoUninii.died Iv l.ii.u. t; CHU INT CHURCH PAIINP H. AT TV. vaenirt... ,.
.l DBarron i o i, ltL ego; lihe 2.1 diliiio, L% I s At LI O"14k. A.M U.
hL General P.,v,; lhe 3-dlliviion by M .irAr A.\lrgst NO'TICt:. \\dll It sold
al e Moules .4rin,-nm ; n e Ih l 4h ivm loil bu tla- ) meeting of the Inlshabit ns of Christ Clinrchl Prish, T t valul los and Lot, Iy o private b rgl .
> Thii acbe Srinuuin A cv I I urvalubls iloaed and Lop lra aly occupied by ag iMs.
iled Vby te h in l ll. If l "hue nt.d on blunilcvr tple ;Ii ll .\l pril nell, Poitier. Thhe uHoe is ro,,nmy ,d conveieat, with a
i by en o in (r ll" Ii h r I ) t Ilrr I,) in ithe Ctihurcr otle lei, Pitarish, I ela Kitclen ansl u as l Ius, attached, chai hour and
Ilia event of ail v his hroller Don Pedro, at 12 o''ck or I" pr of mikirg choice Iorhr horo liV yrd d I pit
i&* ou will y it *ll n IN. f r tI.e want it n i r rI t e ne f r ekill lain h e fou talking foe thr-ee h'.r *, extensive yard and rm pce
i in lte Gu'ersi stalliifhis. my 1orniuns iii Se li*tryn"*it for*; tam y s in The oul buildings have bees lately thoroughJyrep"-oaired.
Sletter lr sti, lat tim, v.v e n 1n roui ot tihoi*- whrie ter if rvice will tien have ex- and the greater Imrt of the fences have been newly put
lttottr i ni es, Ilist flat I~v e rn- is pired. oBriir nt til 's at irv,,
d eganisnod, and ready for stervice un thirr a r- a pp SPEN'-K Clrr.
at argsnised. atnd ready pui rv i ie ,th te ar-I )y Rt, d sipill) SPENCE, Clrk. upTeArmi will be made known, as the time of sle.
sOf an ene.ny at any point ; anti ,hl ihv k i, ,,o VERTa R,,n .no 1 %ptil. IX3I.-
i hhas lined 0I', froutiers o l' Ioriinal ith n .irniun ______ ___ Aril 4th.
i to support his ally in .;IIs ,.nirn Nr TC. M.iCni NOTICE. BY HIENRY (;REENSLADE & CO.
thary p oinotion..i Iais i beenn i ',. i.n I nil I )I Don LL PERSONS having h umanils ananinst the Estalte-
Sety; an an riinlorc.neriluw a, s .ihsl in ,1 Un t el l of Jo sph SCauindirs, lai. of the Iland of Nwr To-morrwoa, Thursday, the Ifth intact,
imery,to Mslirra, or dei.ned ain.t tl insurren 1 t, ru, ience, genticmi,,a, der,,asr.,, ri requested t, re, er At lite residence of Robert Wier, Esquire.
Soither plice. Til' slip i I- line, M,-ir I. li tie same duly atte,,.d ; al, th,,se,.ed,,l to tIn sad I t 10 O'lock A. SL
Scolnvered a Il,,it l..ilnc.ry, animltini 5. ) pIero. ate, are I iewU i, rqtI. I-.d tou Ii k imieuldiate pay-i Vill he s.ul
4 aillery of thi larist r;ihr,,. The ii iras li> n nrit, at the ltior if G. I'. 'Woi IEirire. (Wilhout reserve )
lod. Tile sh n Du n h 1i ii im ,, nored Iir ,,in' 'IlO PON S AI .I)EIIS, Fxecutor. All is Ilour.iloli Furniure, conising of
m sand the T'rre Vla. :.r hi iAlli iIlouuiiis Furniturunct, tpril 21.
elat, and spiritt, sid nolthl, is appriT helinl iid o A - 3 Dining Tables. with circular ends,
no of the pretensions if 1 Pl'lr or his troops, I W ANTEU. Faney cane bottlon nd Windsr Chaia,
twtu regarded uie(ipal to any .-rin. in,.,-ion. 'The Bill, or Billosft cianLt., IpyabMl in London or Tea Table. ssid. -hand Stands,
'npsF have an, ,e to more iilolrt.ant oljcl.,s. A Liv..rpd.e, for ibe10 Serlhng. For particular, Bedstd, pair hdsome lir C D ;n Glas
Z oBedsted. pair handso)me lirm Cloth Sofas,
mu e.-The is...r...iv it p e tre , lu at this oulo. Prints, and an ei h day Clock,
m a divldei l lelwren lwu law ..i. n,,..-, r. ilrI h: AI.SO-
ml. dinI in tile liRver i .... .... ..I h.l. her, lint.. FINAI NOTICE. All hli Kitchen Furniture.
l h., onitheo (lICal.d,iir. The , kt.1.1,e.. NO'IC, LIKE HISE-
oppnornniaiv of duli| ioineg nI hrt .. x, ,r ., ,i,. A,- rtllE Sl'iS.'('ltllliS, lhaing closed the mercantile All his CGrceries, Liquors, &<. e. consistin of
ilmly between 'lhre. nsase rliutiia m. hI, h Fi..rhli" S co.ncrrns of tlw late Elia. J. Slomnin, Ie.q., h.relit Sugar. C('ee, Fig and Leaf Toacco, lMoummes themm.sce li'l. \\riu.lrer o .ie i pr.r pon- ivly Itu Is ow who still remain indebted to hli Estila. Sergri, Pipels, & r. &r.
agoo, the other inlmealately emios ilririuir. oI o1 ii tima luau i'ilith ir r'esptctive dnlmanud areu liqiidaledl prre- Otard's superior (ognsM Brandy,
>II lp of r rn- the coru i, dlailii, |irlil iri ll' 1 U'1 o r ul IF(1 lil, t io.n in ilia I I. Ji ,, l iev will be placed in ihe inll ill I.a k k iw l U'n IJ i
atp ef war on ihe cirai eir II i cr1 ii. ni (tie iso tn thu I -Jsi, twy wdl be places in the luatnibs Ii Jansaira high proof and Windward Island NRem,
theld tmahe.taIe of .srwsIrnso. hv F,.ch I neiu1" ai nen.o.n ttorne)-at-L. fil inediate recovery., H Ilnd fin, Old Shrub, Anniteed, Tablae Dor,
Stee besI .cWre.t, na te null,.lrnlll Int flh r,,,e ol h'.- I. .e rn. ei.. &c. with a number of other artic~
SOn one ncraon.n of inlfrm..rmn ,f thus kinl s.ei hI I C. S. AI)I)ERLEY, Executur. The Liquors will he old in lots to suit purchmrs.
rep i he ri.eih,. Iby which h. rivAl Ins hbi carg:i, he' Marh l 1st"'l Tcrm,--CASH, before delivery.
la*eaperatle that lie prerpred an rAp.iln tiuo aieark -At twoI Molthsl' C'redit,
tuake rrenr:anre for the iinjiiry anl in'iilt. lie (tl a1 IANT* NOTIC E. A Negro boy named Nelson, about 17 years
defaorPpl.., *hih lie initerlel It h.efre tli Uf E l ~ll )I III( IER intendine to leave tlhi for ase, accusomomd to Iloue wolk.
I*". nod entl a nsienge1r in tppori e h:A n of it: 1ill Mo,,bile., early in \pril nI'tl, astin rlu|silis all per- April 4th.
'rid s." th an ',nrlite otr in ral, hri)1 lii on basIng thiii. aiu ha IIIn demands agtinst iol, to render the ante l; nd_
V llm." sall Tihe olher in repyt ti bring the Ioflin tahoe indebted to Ihinm, to. iake paint lll on or fore tie OTICE.
ll u n.sll tl" I."' l, of April. All accoulnse remaining unpaid at that NOTI
Star a I ir r n will be put in thle lad olU G. P. Wood, Esquire, IIE SUBSCRIBER, intending to ln hi i
illgular anrdo is r o.laled of Sir Edward ,Mont forne, re, R aie pu April nest, fu r It United State, o requmin l pir-
iof the lit.- Commnon, in tlle re in of Irn- or recovery. ROBERT WIER. "ss h ing demands against him, to reader dmsa I ad
IhEighth, which nierki lihe carrier of diat .lMunarch, ar I Ii those indebted, to make payoIeat on or before the t1
es onaqsiousine. of the S.peaker. I'pn o rn o- F- ebruary. All accounts remaining unpaid lfter tim
a.B Bill of Silsidsis not p assiine, Mr. lSpaker wnsi ql M \It SALT, for sale at 15 ce ts per bushel. dIte, will be left at the off e of G. P. WWol, Esq. fur
h Iy the Kirn, andl thul addlre r.o-, while ulin his J \pply to recovery.
6ibth Royal pr,nnrce:-" II1! will Ihey not let THOMAS TIOMPSON, F. TURNER.
l I1" Anil. lavine hi hIau ulon tlhe of At Exums. January7th.
Wi, ronlinil d:-" I Get ny Ilill tn pa, hby such a' Frhrtarv 4th.
ow, i. or c iliv y such a litk il.asn Iwal f -- -R PHII ADELPH A
*I n Tie spetc.h wos hiielF bit c.nrrdive ; ftr 1 37ANTEI)-A steady woman, of good character, The P uILADELPo IIA
bhel that Sn, Il rd wronIi'ih so eIff-rall., lthat T to tash, iri,n, anl cook. Ifr two single men. The rfast ailing schooner POMONA. i .
the line ,r,,rlbel, lhe Illl piu| s ., lih te Vp- r piarticulars, enquire ia this olier. ter, matnr. For page only, (lavig 9go
t'i i.I ith I,.. lo, l, and o inh 1 Seri',. l ti.-laR- N.I11 Nloe need dlI py lho. cannlo come well recoD.- IcconinIodsi .,) applvto the leptain. or to
'-Brke 's E ztn, or,,rnoan, anl I.-i. i,,t Prro-. m- .,,l, ,. BENJ. C. CLAXTON.
\id,,l 4ith. March Vlth.

6l1q gl aa4wa Sg lres0..
o A Ms i md Gsrier, Jan ts'hird act reprsets a wild and drery sweim. Tim h 'iintxe senior he sllightst nupaclon of bIh iL5 -
Ti mad l of ire proeMticas pood neither of Darkness olds there hi Court-Berlnrm i tIe f.lsher was enabled ao like home wis:a h blm ,b ew
o her ie Ba i. he bee Iw lie l Robe H rt, and his lovo fo him indums himn to keep his nto himlf be wrote i t his s erants
thau shekwmktm e mmab etmdt.a lYhel s cooanuly we in bhe career of crime, that by this nwan they may sending himself fr prot to he d!ahrL*, l
PucllI PsLds ini.Lu P P IPlen n- evr sepanlra in thie eat would-Alice coues, by commune d The re nden r to ta d*
lip r Teo mlypi ae l ml a l, a sltad to public liberty thl appoitnt i of tietrl r, le imbnid, to thi nolitary tia of a mallomb. Itl e inowrmpsedilj
sm-- -i- -n isei f is tl me. land mlu L I place. and i s but ifid by thi frantic cries of the demons, Belgiom; his aitation at the TIreau.y is .
cim leases, he .lna emaeuisional Kig. because that and lr will orgies whlti ore being perfurnmd ; she re- by M. Bouquet Saint Bimon. Inpector-I w-O ,
i th saly- emil of his itle toh throes; but th is ait rats, pirciven a cro ltaeld on one sie of the scene, "le rlrke in the office have uniuaoimluy
eneagh. ta e mlese me of Fresimna -As to many. sed embracs it, nd faintsaway; Betruam is in desnpir, the month's salary to the subscription set t,
it wed m Leslag ember, erihe. m onrsby mo infornuri contera hoa deaeod that unk-s.. Bertr.I gets pIo- the principal Receivers General of the
be ludrthe mtedqap mdece apen the popular will, or sessi of 1obdert' a b ia0ht les son fr t.ha eroe into a Commitee toe fMnherd
luasion of RHobern'% wif ll er,,.inl,.iighlilit lmlhis sn "rm _11.%dT .^^ T,1 .'0^
a repulaic enag Led. Tim eadansts ae willing to take for ever; Robert hIinelf is djuected on account of his their respective departments, rqari t i a
the latter, evea whten Its certaia results of domsntiic agitat. Ionstoft
smd liteel war d pel i he it is fr hi reason thc the oes; Bertrashm iemapluoys very nines of tenpltation, and they will ubcrribe. n Amo e ituatn of
mllrief l ie e lede d heamily me ardeoly join them, and offers all the gooml the worhl ran b.stow, if he proceed to was known at Molnmorency. the imhabiltewm
p6L tW mea. They bhe dte Orleans branch. ad, if they hie convent were tim remains of Si. I(iolia rest, pod getting up an address to the King, which i.n t
ca briev haim ion tefoo I rance, they fal cy h there is stel* away a leafof cypress which tme suit holds in lu.r ceived a great many sl o atures; mad which e
khpe for the eeoamlula of their wishes. This want of hand ; Robert consents to conioit the sacrilege, sad de- the clemency of His Majest. expresses the, -
paulieti ls the old ryalist paty is akcimtly digrceful parln to the convent, the inttnate of wlich lIad been con- those shining it to make any sacrifice in the obeL
to timing. a" dew parts to the Isy at up the fallen fonunes of their late Mayor and
to themand the aof e`atsA sfhatam dtey set up, dentned to the eternal inaes; pan of tme building is in of h M
i ad to no rr, mil nmee as t without taking
the markt of te pais late idearie, the united force ruins by monlight, and the statutes of the nuns are n Th Dth of D Pt u e.-The Charlseton d .L
wkh whie they miUl Prior sad lhl calleague may pro- on their tombs ; Bertram conjures up the criminal anneed paglraph :-The Count de Pharleos
kiMy. latee, netwlawi dihe esmiadieg talents of the auus-tle lalults revive and start into ile, they proiOse friend, kinsman and companion in arms of N ha t
Pnr.e i .a helm he oly adminitrelton which hat to induce Rulbn r to keep his rasl promise ; fearful scene been for two or three years a wanderer inlf toi
hwihr nae* a eku pledgeof peace between Frnce of wild and iacclanalian passion akes place amnngst the who during the past summer found his way ilTem,',
amd Beop. The remok e thee struggles will be awaited nuns, when Robert arrive, and is aduced to snatch away his way from Braiorin t Mexiro. put a ptrid s
wieh daep am the branch of cypres--that moment tremendous lhouls of esnce at Belan, i sme time in October fst. Th
Thlme Grlo p lon e re l t settle delnt of Belgiu he lo demoniac triumph are beard. Isabella, nmennline., is to stal that just before the fatal moment. ad
taIe Ord a to the vealrment pr elgsis. that the odely .arry the Prince of Grascd--Robert arrive with the on the hank of the San Antonio Liremeditat
mnd lIIrm by Me G rnmen prs, i. that therate act of hisi sad life, he called to him a iIepL6,
i. nly desi to give the King of Holland an opporunlly cypvres-this talisman plunges every one into leep slum- happenedd to be near, and giving him his splend i
to ubmit with better gice; and arises from the natural re. here-liabelll succumb to its mniaic power-Robert rilns and trinkets. (keepsaks and relics ol hlmr,
Inctnce while powers on esniscted with him feel o adopt awakes her-sim rconjurr hint to renounce Iisi criminal bade him carry them to the Alrile, in order, ii '
ineea i t f nsuraimn Bat the opposition papers, on ile and secret agency, and that site will become his bride- ao atislfy the demands against Ihini. 'Thiel l duty
contrary. contend, thau Ie maeer is only symptomatic of an Robert pulls tie Cyprem to piecos--lli guards awake, re- -hilo accounts with this world thus closed --hie
pproaching war. We, o counce, wish that the orgCann ol Mi- cogitise hins, and surround Ilim-Robern i, however, de- fatal psaols-one to each ear-as he stood with h. i
nislter may have good reason fur their coflAdenl i aernlQs, livered by Bertram who again enldeavour to tempt him- 'Ie strean, intending probab t hat his body bold
lwanmsa we see no good to be gained hy war on either als-i. thus funlser trouble h hi
If V mae eammence it. rie will loose her now boamted h- at last, hte announces hinselll'as hi Ims ll.r-Alic, on thle er ble be
liery by soluamrilg to the yoke of some new Nalpoleon. And other hand, urges the dying injunction of Hertlib-HlI- Lourr Cmada.--On the Iid ist. the Assembly ofnl I
bury, with houses, her present umltuluona under emnte monu- bert remains undecided-iiidnnidght strikes, and Bettranmin nce rejected, by a vote f i to 9 thu Ih altranetiemlk
menu of military glry, uatls a new combinatio of things is hurled into the fiery regions. Tie scene cli.Inlge, and 5.Uoo. proposed in the opreing Mlessiage uf His fEsii
rais tham up again aridea revolution and blood. Nor can discovers a cathedral, brilliantly illuminated, lhere hiu- 't Governmor, to be voted during the lit of the Ki. m
the grnt continental powers gain any thing. To them war bell waits to blutuw her hand on Rober. aid, lha In consquenceoflhis the uplplylltlwillmm,
would hae this madness, that whils they must. if unsuccess- The scenery is said by the Frenrh critics to be won- Ilis Ecellency's snction, but be sent to Eusland hl
f'd. bmse much territory. even if victorious, they cannot add derful, even in the world of wonders, the Opera. It sr King's pleasure.
to their ptwer In this respect. For instance. should the
chknoe of hbtlle lu nr aasct them. Prussia woald loose her j piuas the mariceffectof the fanmot Aladdin. The per- The Montreal Gazette contains a;I tis .ial mUJi
Rhenish proinesrs: Uonlril. Italy; nndl Russii. Poland. Thrre formiers are auli highly extolled ; and in a part allowed to Lower Canada. The extent of tli province is Al
woenld be the certain results; ain we kow not what they can TI Klioni, slne is sid to have surpoued herself. All was s(uiiare miles; the population amounts to 471,16 13R
propose by ronrtin a contract wi h France, even could they admiration and applause. It contains 191 Roiman Catholic, clurclrs, 39 Epi
make a secied march to Paris sinee EniglIand will never per- clurcl..s, 4 Prebsyteria.n, ndl 5 WPeslran cdth.-
mit them h lposse4s thlemelves of a foot of her neilhbluir'. GREECE. TiHre are- Jails and 273 Churches, 31 Diiller iesW
'rritory, of if she did. couuld le enabIPle them to retain it. Blood ha aI t l ngth hben n'd" between the Covern- 4 2 Medical n en.
'hey might restore the old Bourbon brnnch, if they could B 46 Mdil m
eihaust the strength of France as completely as in the last met troop" and the popular pary in Greece, which, it is
war: hbut een then. nothing is plainer than that they annoit the opinion of a private rorresponlent of tie London The Montreal papers statesthat orders hve bl ar
make that branch root itself in a ist oln which there is nothing Courier, will produce the final overthrow of he influence ceiverl by the lat Hallifax mail, for tihe disuailis it
which it cn assiitlate to ts own aounishment. These things of the Capu il'lsrias' dnlasty. Aboul the 20th olf D- I'nur following military posts, vi :-Three Rivsn, Wi
as ah obio that we a otl nticipate war from them. aod cember, a quarrel occurred at Argou, between the Go- liam Ilenry, Chanbly, Cotear dii-L.c.
if a aist aall, it will be brought otn by the inane revolution- vernor, Mnvruonati and Grivas, in which tmeir soldiers
otsas France. All oughi h" estly tow dirul peace as the took rsoit; and three engag.enetsaensued between them. BAHAMA ISLANDS.
only trf hoj ea wnurp.1. For though ero.uld euiy eep In tae two first rencountres the government troop were B.y Iis ExZellc.y S S JAw. ria
Oat or a oelmtnletl watw. and shall probably do so and though
the adeatages which our commerce would e ga<. ful uin iby the on- ucc ful, but in 11 last were elated, .and forced to CHAEL-SM TH, lIrS dja
fusoe of the cotlmnent. mighl more than counterbalance the retire to Napoli, before Urivas's Runmelituo. About I1u ) of His Majesty's tFrces Genrunrvl
*nils exper isied. yet the trie sal pennaneot interests of n.- oen lost dheir lives. (L. 1.) Commanoder-in-Chief, iC ad iwr l
tione sl er lie in transfrming the ploubghhare hbich said Islands and of the Garrius lis
riesa riche from the sil, anto the sword which devastates. The National sy -" The following loans have been made or tAoa may be sentithifie; ('hanr
Thie rlable interference oi Auslri with the Italiun legiuisn. in Eurol. sanre the Revolution of July. for the ipurpoe of lice Admiral and Ordi s~ of
wh ah demad from the pope civil mhlieraions which, if he keeping the armiesof the different kingdomson a war i'toing. same.
|grnts. prhably Au.sria will oppose. is one ticklsh ponl; To this list should be added the extlonlrinary levies of men A PRHCLA l TION.
uAl the inalion of Portugal is another: but these may po and the augmentation of taei. The .vareulius na. ont- IIREA Il A o I
hablr be nc unmlld, if moderltion presall. in France. -ah ting to about CSato,00.OO sterling. may be divided Ihu, *_ lWHER.AS the anerul Aen-mbly of e t ill'
respect o she latter, the interposanlon of Auisria to obiain Ilolland 11t.OI .nHo I i nds stand prorogued unto the Ihirl-nk
the rentoval ofa G BIlhand fIromn the roinmandl ol lion AusMtria sooo of MarcIeinstant; AnD WHIaeKIA it is etast ll
Pedr's expedition, is mngular. as tl seems to intimiae France (Iseides the sale of wood tim said General Assellllv should be disslv: I ei
thl s cnire beinm mad, so opposiltio wll be offered to the and the large circulation of thteri-forP issue this my procl.manion, dissoring 6 ad
iepedlus Iaistal bons-roylus) S.o.00oo (General Assembly; And tle samo is hereby fIlita
Russia S..OU.IIo ccrornlinelv.
The following is the plot" of an Opler, lately brought Belgium I.ool.."n G(.ien der my land and Ite Sral of th sai Idl
bel-ie the Parsians ; which, for .aful sublimnity and Romn states 1ll*.0 o, Vi 1oaida e, teid o tIsyf ieg
Airrvi grandeur, suipasse nny thing we ever saw or of t. rci in tIe ear of ouir Linrd Iti9,, d
l.rd of. The tate of th French isnot to be nvid, if Total l. lao.Imn l cond ypar of liu M.lajrety' Rerig.
hi i aof ci. e o f the rench i i he envied, if Prussia as pult in rircularion new Anclo Pru-sian Hnntla; J. (s o il;sin -r"
this ea specimen of those amnsmenlts which con.auud but they have not been made public. and the amount is .nse. By His Exerllkncy' Command.
lemir admiration and applause.-Ed. Argusi. quenlly ankis.hen. In France, to cover the exnraoilinarv ex- s. NFSIIITT, Y
penoue of lI .1Z. it will he necessary. an oener to ctoi~lete- ihe 601 S flE Tilt: Kv;.
THE OPERA ROBERT LE DIABLE." Ilanlgt. In mak he l neh ao.n of d er tol I, ati e- h l i GO h S'AVE TIIl: ilIt i
The Opera of Roba e Ir Diable hia been brought out riaordinary ue of tmber. : IsaI re, ,f Pam must OT i between ethe Pn end (.le mS ire
at Psri writh a Iplendiur nduicc s that firm n ruech alp o have a loan of I.tnO.n00; anl thus the grand bank- of Gold SGpectrles. T'l litndlr *ill It ad
in the Ainals of the French Sta L Nearly a year was rupiy of the State is preparing. n nly rewrdled, on delivery ofl tl-ni a the olhi"
spe m i prelnatlion, anl the cost of its production w as iaper.
itlll sInr of SUIIUU francs. .tockholm, Dec. 27.-Bltween tie Gt! anil 7th instant March a (th.
At tls rising of the curtain ihe Theatre r. presents a there were six peioons attacked siltl the cholera, one of FOIR l A E .
virw of Palrme, on the border of the sea. Knighs of whsm did. afT a T l, si dt
all nlioas Sock to a tournament-Robert Duke of Nor- The accounts from Leilp.ic, of til f e 26th of Drc. give h hilini e anI l scrr'of. i, "fI f
anally carrieTs Tm prie-this Robtrt ii the son of B(leria, a most deplorable sand hrutal accoiuit of the ilrllersn, hildine' i nproveiets i rl i.d ra e.
a.d demon, by ahom she haa blen reduced. Rob,,lr towards the unfortunate Poles, in which they state that un ,'Liinct ,r or i all.T' 't .t I..,
ain meo of horror and alarm. Alice, his fIster sister, the lthh inst, til Prolsians s.ddenlv -iilrlunled tlhe Fai Terhich and oller Iairticul'i ahlly to
peant leself with a letter from the dying Bertha, which Polan troops to tim number of twelve housnild ren, nd sriburs.
is tn to rnw d until he absndoMa hiseaurer and re- wanted to force them, in a mnot brittal manner, to obey HIIENRY GfRrFE N\SI\DE Ac(
poses. Robert coniides his secret to Alire; he tells her the ordersof Rinia; ile Polish lolliers were repeatedly Marrh. i_
tlmt beiag in love with Iralella Princems of Sicily, he struck with the Prussian muskes, and llti officers were l
wriled u elope with her, when he wau attacked by a indignantly treated snd threatened to be shot, l.I thv lFO I LeE
Itp of cavalka and would certainly have fallen a vic- still continued firm, and lderlare that Ithey wouhl ulr Tle lnlre and l r.iTisrs Ii p "'t
Uinim It notlhen for the timely aid of Bortram, an un- tim moll barhrmu trealnilli-t sooner hean coniply ; v Mrs. Poiiiir. The loie ''
knowe klaigh. Bertrat makes his appearance, and Alice orders which were against Iw laws of hitumnnity ; this c oonv-ninl, itha lart.. kilrlie, ",I *s l
ahdildera, as aIo comaivs tha it is the portrait of Satan decided resistance caused iAI Prussian ouinandiero se-nd attihel, hlion- and s I
-he knigt. ply at hezard-Beriram persuad.s Robert for orders from hi (iuov-rrnieii.l. The Pules de- l.ra-i, extelnoive. vrl a.nld i r, price' Ti' h,"t l-
.jo th -l rconseau, And. losescery thing he pos- randod pasports io ener France. have been lately tlhoroiughl y lpirld, and tle g"'w" r
Ienn in lhe torld. Alie presents lrslfto Isbllbelal, and of the fences, have been nmlv pit ilt.
spmeks ia IkeeIro Robtlr-lbl.lla forgives his faults, The Constilulsonel contains the following piarlicularn re- AL.) 1
and allow him toflght for hei in a tournament, in htich latine to M. Kene. pretous to h, leaning Paris: A tract of I.and situated at tl Villa r. contain'"
the itend of te victim i to b her hland-I- bells end ". Imatdiately oa leaning his office he wet into the shop arres. 11 is di d,1e hv lnu, villla,.-riasd "tl" "s LS
him ar-b- prepares for he combat, when a nmwe Of confei here he was known, and askk] for ,ne of t lo in inte rr. i. h I n".w. r a.1I L-1'* "
sopp hi o .e part of th Prince of Granned, who the pstebardl boxes in which sweetmeat are sold. Lindr the ,vill e w hill road. This land *'
aits fir hin in. die aidjac fon t Rrel-Roben uow h Ish e Pe""of playing ofi a o" e on a young ladies' scrhol. to ih.
wailltlae la n die mdjaent Irnrt slays It iaalt es ofwhrh he had en in the habit of lr-ellltt Ig p''-l of t one ir Ithre-c luts. A\,I'Y I1 1 1E L
sum no o-- lhr, rnd cunapnmo lnly is n e pae Ila erile. TKbhe tweetd te a i.,li.le tI., i r ill|-,i with chroti. Ashr e 1 $f ePtebr IthL.
do ts su t altivar, and cotisetitieitly Ists tile plizc. T he irt- lird -n Ir ,,I ,.ti. ,I .. li.. 'Ih lw '- ,t-liii it ts is. epte ni L,' r 17Ah.

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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,.4.1e,,Mici,.lro.n<;ulo..d B.irl>.rin tli.M..*J<.m.irHm,,ied l\e unnMnucv ^i tin, AuMfia,, ..n.n U> fHvour tlH. ef, 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 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 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 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 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, 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 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, 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.,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,, 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 the assembly 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, 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 .y 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,.,„ 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,:.;?:"""^"" -•,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.,,:^;.. \"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 •>€ 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 .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 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 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 .......: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 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)


a ti Im ^ ''\ '•i ifi i i K If 4^1 1 ') *tti^4^ \ •f.4 r J •Tjr ^T^aini) Clrirnscj ,'iwt t l'>ri'!l" -Id*'';' ^\"=^"— "-*;;''•;• •''oof (;., evury caroni.t, • nnk i of I0.1 long nlan.i.nK • betliMHiM*-. '"'*^ afi(tb.r artitle of t\>v cnviiition, evariii;^' to leavf, e.| to |)lay the wineane, ami declare that neiai >u W .lluu^l.l.v ( ulion, had ^ -,, -"> revtin^' the destruction of pruperiv J, l ^. ''^'^' m" presiinir a relR-llioii, whidi ai (he Voiu "**H* 1 .•ii.d ( on^equences. Iianyhl with t/eL.Ti" '''"'" ii bn -.." .^ .....m, lonoviini,' uMir re>jH'Clive calbn^s, will ^""'"^'•'^''^'"'^"' •''"' t'"* '^'^'ifis and cj,ief ^^ '^N^ .diowed to vxci.ul double that of the other. The names of l^*^^"^'" '> •'•'• .'bMncc : w*.leave the'se speculations to "•^""^•^•^'^"/'"^^''•' ^'I'P^-^r to have bee., HUiiy'''"^^ t ::::' "'"'""^'^'^ '' '' ''''"> "•^--'•" •;'•:'-• ^-^^ '" ^^'>-'" ^^^^-^ -. tend of peeri... ; ^riirp.:;,;:;^ 'i: :i;s>:^:.; ^r'-^-'^ur'^ •-'-'• • ''"""^''' "H=*t""es, or divinr.,r reasons which lloat |HH,ple to wimm additional conifortsarr^^^^^^ upon the surface; tfs, for insjance, when he, witJi | "''•''^'''* *" ''''*''C^* at^l reward (nlelity .*'a|J'[7*^'<^ *>> t^ asinine {jravity, tell u,, that i< w onh/ tho.w who have\^''' •*•""''" ^'"*'' ^> ''"^^'r 'Iuence' a,u| "^ .n,. ikat can, mth an^ prn^f^n of success in i T"] ^^e.e enconra^^nl to perpetrate the ci^^'''^' ^ // „ ,.,. -^ "•••^*^** "* I Ihev have been so < eeidy nvo "**<^i aiwthncountry, ^„ away:' This declaration is almost '"' y'^ '''^''^'"^'^' g^f ilatjama flrsmi (ir mil 'I 1^ it, xvinuM I iiu; B4GI!1**A'''*^' >' '";/ Mr (////(/• till) ; as thf line KI.QI IHiriOV OF ma If 3jb ujiiji'XAUJT's v^^ica* of Hearchmt,' ves...U must be limited, aiul in no rase shall f th.-nnmlH'i of rruiMf, belout-iiij/ (o one of lb., paitir^ b.* ""''*• "'••^ •"^•'"i'hi, follow ini,' tlH'ir re>|H'Ctive callings, will tin* OIIhT. A fourth re.julaliermitted in any case over national ships or men of war. Such are the chief provisions In this important treaty, which h IS filled up a tjn-at chasm in tlu.' sanctions L'iven b\ inCerualiomil law to the ilaiins of justice and the rii/hts of humanitv. THE iLR yjS> (t^ Hi* Eicidlency the Governor mnnmnrd with Jud)i;e S4fi4lilandii on SMturday last. TIh. printer to Kisu Jamkh I. of the llahanias, haviMC shaken olf 11 little of the d.s,a.r thai was .hpirte.l in viwiT,., iM.fore his appointment h> that hi^d. .oondini;, but dirlff otHct, and w.presume by virtue of ai Tiioiiirv t-MiKi-Ko, rhari:m^ his ol.l usuri.uis, inupiiious and unprinripled prices b,r printinir a park of absurdities, umler the iwmeof ..ovKHMMKNT NoiMKH, whi, h have for tht ir comparison, on Ih.. score of rationality, tl,e rtii;ht of mad hina l^nr ; and havimr dared to us, insolence towards the Ar.^u* writers, as well as towards Mi.selves, we ^hall take k.ave to read him a knuie. for his loinie iM-nefif. \V,. Iwdieve that his subs, ripilon list has b.en xviUuvA to a mere, since the i-stablishm.iit id the Arjrus ;" • nd hiH sph-en has lieen excited durmir H,,. List w..ek,"by'a further low of nubscribtrs. This we know to be lacl, •lid do not assort it upon siipposiiion. To bl.„H. MS lor the acts of oihirs, ever whom we can have no conlroul. is a pr.Mif of mahvolence ; and to us,. *• '•*-• '•**" •* • •'•'• •"•*''^' ••"••I unwished for praises of our fr...nds. .W.i/, is both unjust and unhandsome. Our lalHiurs have b.^m rewarded Uyond our most anpmne exj>,.r,atio.... by the friemlship of a generous comn.unMy,-,nto which we came a stranger, ami received the attentions that wo.dd have done cn-dit to long-tried In-udsh.p. Circumstances havv cond.ined. to make it tin. land of m.r adoption ; and we ho,H.. ,|,at when th. cMpjal to that of a clap of thun.ier," having struck the uast of the lain-be-civil." Should Sir J. ('. Smyth he at a loss for a uniform for his Koyal Printer, we would recommend hiui to use the Koman toiin paitcita, for we believe that he Uone of those, whom nature has doomed never to attain the years of discretion. Had hbellers been always punished, the Koyal Kdii„r would have long ago paid tlie penalty, so gratify ing to bis U e participate in the re^et expressed h. lency thai, in suppicssino this m,.si cidtu,!; ''"'^'^''• many slaves perished in the field, and il.u !!!!/*'*'' been executed after liial, ih,' au.iac.iy ot' 11^*^'' ''ordering sinking examples iiwiispensably ,, '*'^'* f""we fully concur with your Kxcelleucy ,n >'"<1 lenity would have only o|H.rated as a. 'iJl '"*'*'^'-" ragomentto iho di^alllcied to per^sevcre in T' '"''^'• desiuns. '"*'' W^^ It imparts to us much consolation tl store time gross and venal l^elings. U. has l.rgotten, in ren.imi^^ I ^^Z!:;!!^ iir:^':;;:;^; ^^ ^Jl^t ^ ^^ ^ us of our del.uquencies, and of the arbitrary manner in cellency. that to heal the h haf L*'"';^ ^^' which we have been treated, that he will himself be be>ro tonlidence li..i...... 1 "'*-'^'*^. "(1 r,. fore the tribunal of the country, for tho same offence, l>efore long ; and we hojie, that his fHulct may sit as lightly upon \u% spirit, as the yeng.ance of our TyRANT has upon mir's.-We would rather suffer from injustice, than [ Iw, as the Koyal Kditor, cloaked and screened by usurped lowr. We have the respect of our fellow c.ti/ens, while he is the object of their just execration, made manifest by the withdrawal of their accustomed supp )rt. Pursuant to notice given by the King's Piinb-r," His K-vcellency hehl a Levee at (^overnmentHouse, onAIon.lay last, at 2 o'clock. We are gratified in stating, that there was not one inhabitant in attendance, except tliose ir. public situations, which, with some, no doubt went far in rnforco,^ attendance. Mr. Huthr, as also Mr. Camplel'hn, wIm, moves in the shadow of the former gentleman, are a sort of nondeMript members of the community' whose attendance may be considered as a thing |,ao,M.„ing of coursi., and as cka,>rro,rs of the Coloured gentle•••en, who, for the first lime, bono ired His Excellency with their presence. His Excellency had preconcerted I>l.^. and when he thooght all had arrived that intended uc^. luu. .0 near ti.e ,t has iflic,d\:/'conlidenco between master and sUve '" and an oblivion of past offences ^'^* • We are of opinion with yog, Kxcellency thHw.. h-'sson has l>een taught to the whole <.lave DooulaL ^ utter hoiKdessness of any atl.mpt to te^isufc^^ the law with a chance of succei ; and we L^r hilal experience they have had of the prompiii^a;,:" ^^ patch with which an ovcMwhelmiug force has U-en h: into action against them, will -juard a.'^imsi tk ll nations, which have been employed to wiil,dra.T Irom their allegiance and the duty iJ.ev owe to tl,ir ters. "•" It is with ijegret weare informed, that iti,„de,, proved by the dying deelaralions of many uufortuna^J dividiials, who have surtered under senteice of theu!" iltataveiy general impression had b.n made os hJ ...inds of the slave iH.pulalion,ihat His .Majesty W mM ed ihein their fr. edom. ^ ^"' We tiust, that on every occasion we have w„f^i the utmost disposition to give our serious funsi.|e,io,„ the snguestions of his Majest)'s UovermneiU, cowiJ with the safety, f^dicy, and welfare of this Colonv lour Kxcellency may rely upon unr wmI aad f. dial co-opeiaiion, in bringini,' the labours of the S-,m lo an early and satisfactory conclusion." To which His F.xcellency was [deased to reply;" (imtlrmm of the. Council, to come, sent his Orderly to summon eight of the colo'Z!! i / '"''''7 V"' '?>' ''"•"'^=' ^''' >""'• ^ J-'ress, and I m |H.,de, who were in readiness with an a.ldress, wIhI r"' ^I'll^^ 'r''^" .^'^^ >-' "I'l-"' "'^ ua, read by one of them; to which His Kxcellency l.av,np a reply already cut ami dry." delivere.l m W Ur. Nnther of the Uectots. to their credit be it .poker, attended. wJiich have been adopted to suppress the late aLinmuj^y •lestructive rek llion." From the London Jtdm Hull, January 22. THKCOIWTHY AND Till: AK.MY. Judas-hke conduct. While rec-iving the means of sub•rt,ce Irom lU. ,H-ople, we havo ^e him acting as tlKr. B..HL..r.i.,.r..t of tW to whom he was , indebted. No calumny loo gross, „o fakdHH,d too ^laring for pubLcatrou, ,f it einanaiiHl from a, n.ou.ry ; forgetful, that wiilMim couuter-staiements lieini: !knt forth to tlie worl.l that ku-i mis-statements would Ikdeemed tlKse of truth' /lo the ArtMis, the,H.ople have been in.lebted for sucl'i debnce oi their public character, as Mr. McQueen and his one or two ...kc,. hack, have (VeipK-ntly U-en made lo wince .l,lMivi„KlHvn galled by the in. I lis that exix.vd to tlMM.iH.n tce of day. their low and pitiful jMilicy • ami 10 fiTwe an. willing to trust, for the proof of our .tabihty. We may ,t .some future ,,l, in-Hiaps, h>,,. tu or three ludders of office, as subscrilH.,,, who are >Hruk.H^^ XHtkrfrrass^io save tlndr situations ; but that wdl noilH, an event lo b dreaded ;-for Hk. Areu," tlH. organ of the pc-ople, and what i, |o„ ,0 „, by tHl vice and fear, will be supplied from the ranks of tearless honesty and patriotic fetding From the Jamalhi Rnyal (i axe tie, of March 17. JAM VIC A. Tbe following Acklress of the Hom.urable the Conn cilwasprcMuted lu Hi, Kxcellency ,„ answe! ... S|H.-ech at the oprning of the Session': Jamaica, .sh. To His Kxcellency the Right Honourable So.--.Lowry, KarlofHdumre, Captai^.vt M-.a and Oovernor-in-Chiefof thi.s Mis Maj.,t> s Island o Jamaica, and otlK-r the Teiruorrest^K^.>od.,H.,.dingi„ .Vinerica. Chancel or ami \ ice-Admiral of the same. TIIK HCMHl.K thORKSS OK THK COl xc,L W e, His Maiesty'smost dutiful an.) loyal subjects the Council, b..gKave to return your Kxcellency our 7bl. k tor your >,>,.,ch at the ofx-ning of the Sessmn. "^^ We are persuaded that tiie sincere interest |1 your t,cc.u...c> ,..,.,. ,„ ,1,0 ,K.acc. I „ ., ; ^^ .;';;','^ , *wnvivi. tlililll|l.-|> H) IJnj Ji|||-|ijj. I • 1 To .. the doimg and Koyal Prmter, wishing to appear ^^^.X^";::;:-^^^ --'•'•'! jealous of .1. cr.d.t of tiaBahan.i.ns. is worse than ludi, ^" Z\''' ''"-^ L.nct; of tl" "'*""' rrott.~more tiuin absurd ; when he has lived for more t '7^ ** *"'-'-*l > deplore that ihe close o than Ihirly years among tUm. and finally old him^b' ''*''"'">'' l^"^"^'' t^.>^'ai with uhici .r.d their inter.,., to tl. S Cr^Jl^.n^kl::;';:'''' IT'' ""'^ na*e iKt n marked by a sudden insurrection in the parish much newspajier controversy al'iout the conduct oUtote lary and dispcrstrc soldiety, towards a tumultuomii^dev. tructive populace, that the proper course to lie pursuribt the army in such rases, has been somewhat trcn'-rally mvtitud. Anil, at ihe recent nielanclndy tumult* it Bm, the riots, pillau'e. and conriaL-ration were matmei W < their extreme extent, and extraordinardy priffMt'<^ diiratioi were cauM-d— by hesitation or m'isi.ikc, uport pari of the late unfortunaio oflicer who w,is in ronSMi^ there, as to what was his duly in the posiiion in wliichi* v*as p|.,e| ; or rat hi r, by doubl or appreliin-lon wto ik ies|Mmsibility he would have in, urn-d, and tite proieciiea Hii'ch would have been afforded to him, /ctv;//viw'if^p P*' formed that duty, and rescued, from dLsiurbance siMlr*;une, the city he was called in lo protect— and rK>rlwt jM..^nitted half of it to have lieen burni lo ashes !•>' 1 ••• TIkLord Chi.f Justice of the Common I'lr;i*'(.i jtnlp. by all lawyers, hehl in the highest vemration forlii* ^ knowleilqe) has, in his comprehensive and admin* chare to the (irand Jury at the late Special Comwiiii* >r iJristol, hiid down, most jiowerfullv and iihsI (li?'. the common law as regards the suppression .f not, •'"" moved all doubt (d.mbt in which some p,oi.s lwe *• taken lo place ii)--tl,e duly of the army when in ce<^ w ith a lumultmMis populace. To the country at lart'e. as well as to the .irmy. it'^'^ the utmosl importance thatthis parliculai diilv ol lb* '' .' hould be universaily, and proiMiK, and cxacilv wlr'arms for fftat purpoie whm ai ms arc luci snaruA (tsm v* ... ^,U..tK M.r uo TMK o.K. ludoubtedlv, thc\ ^ f-^'-^ry person ahont to Uarr thru hla^uis, after tu:rcise of discntion, which requires tlie civil sub^^^'^f'fi! resided there in for the space u/thihty v>\\,mu$t ^TO ACT IN SI ItOHmwrioV TO, ANO IN AtO Ol' TIIK /rjec jrcurt/u il/ /** V,/^r,/... ,' /** ., / I .^m^TK. rather t/Ktn mum his own aiUhuntu. b..i..r. y J> ^ / f' ntnam€ in mul (fjiceforvitrryxs uws pretimsto hisdeparture-^fter which, at any tinu dtuui^ oKTi-nvii uavh, a Ticket •j^taTB, rather than upon his own authority, before 1^,,^ is had lt arms, ouoHT to opKu\rfr:rNA still ^^.^ER DEOiiKK with \ Mii.irvKV KOK( K. Bi'T, where ABoi'T ^^.^rr ispnss,n>:and rin.n.diate ;wliirt a felony has ] ^, ^^^^^-^^^^ ^BCtil^ been (oinifiitf III, uc ranniit otherwise he prevent^ Jad, from the circumstances of tiie case, no opporMu/y 15 offrred of ohtaininn a reqnisiitinn from the proper ^j^irs.TiiKMii.iTARY Ki iijKt IS oK TiiK KiNo, like his j,TJ| subjects, not only may, uvr akk hound, to do their ^,<, oKTiiKiK OWN XI luourrv, to /irerent the perpcy^utn of ontiaiir, to put dmrn nut and tumult, and to ^^ifrre the lice s and property of the penpt, : and thi; <,,LIME<1 ***^ BE A.SSI KKO, THAT Wll iTKVr.U IS llO.\K>Tl.X ^, BY HIM, ill th'' icrention of those objects, w ill ri ^^mTKU ANO Jl srilIKO HV rilK eiiMMON I.XW." Tolhis tpiotalion .ind authority, — which u'iven tVoni the (ijfiucnt-seat ilsell, is at once the Im'sI legal explanation, ^ the best miliiiiry liiinn;.i. iZ -----^.-...,u lu m,>ia\es uy tjuir masu rv l. .. 1 1 1 • ••• p'loiicaiion o| one extract, from iiw < srr--. nr. !nry,..„ |, ,„„,), „, „ aro nol ,t,pponp,l "' ^'J"". -liiWi il .1 ' """•"• ""'I '<"' lbuul lh lH>l lr.peflab,liiv in il„ r-..i . ili>' .li"ini„.r „arij,... ,l .. ., "* '" I"'""",!, „| u;, i ,,„,. •„ .„,. hy th ol Ihe brsi respectability in iImj Colony • to this •s^Mtioa we give him the /tr rfirrc/,-for, although we MVe not thai of the meretricious res|ectability. which IMS iu origin in tinslwrt sighti'd H'cy of S,r James C ^ruyth. and which will, wla.noy.r lie leaves ihe Colony; I ':'*' "' od ^idr';;;;' ..„„„„,„, .^^ ^;•Mk into lower oUcuriiV than ex er, still we cai I Couiicd or U i .. anmious advice ol a uf liaviflg, not uiily ihe name., bul the good wi: f>eared. ** VVe are deeply sensible that your Fxcelloncv t Che means; by pr'la ^^^^ tll'^ l^ii w. Ill r. kill.. r...... I -I *• *'*'rriid v^uMMiV, J, ., •. ".HI iiif^ inanmiOUS advice ot* a t ''"'"'> "'•••" • .ww* ,rni<;nin/r>, "'" *n boast •*' ,. '" •'"'^ ^*'* ^Muallv acknowledge ,bar I *^' '*' """' ""'^'^'^'''Z '" /"•c.,.,tc th, peacr of the h • islH^s .'i;^!''^'^ .^^^'^^^*^^o^ of H.s M..,esty-s Tropins ' .1 "* '"'•'^ "'''"• ^"h^^t-1> the one is ,u.,M> to iTtn les ofMdaiaol the hiand. under the Lmund o7 l!" /'" ^"'^ '''' "• '^"^'"'V" Mx.r.THXTK, ^:..-'^^/' J '.cutiiek; as the one may interftrt for that jnirf^if '''* certain, and notorious. His Lordship says — '* And, whilst 1 am stating ihe obligation impend b^'** law on every subji-ci of ihe realm, I wi*h to obsrvf '"•' the law fic know led lies no distinction in thin refj'fftf'ffir*'* the sold,,, and the fn-vuite indindiial. The snUirr is ftJl ntizni, l^in^r „,„i,, ff,, ^„„, „hl, nation, avd ^frntf' 1-tfi January 2Uth tl] February 1 UU llfh '• i Hh '> I7tb f)th March llih Uth Itjih 2i PORT OP J\ ASAU, ^. P. Warlike Rumour. — W'e arc informed that a contract m been entered into, to provision fifieen ships of the ^; in fact, our informant states positively that he Ins: ,p,ken with a gentleman who has seen the 'contract. To April 3d— Sp. Felucca Nepiune, (JarciaT lis information IS adouio lo that of th*' (iu; and the 4ib division by Mailrt-neral Viscount of Santa Martha, the whole comtdmiby the King in |ierson. If he la i4e even •Hy vou iim'io tho General staff of his army.' -^ persons lo serve as \ estry __. ^ Tke letter further stales, ihal the lew en masse is *""""! ' *''"*" "*'"''*' '*''"'" "^ "^^"^^ **'" '"'" ''*'c expired. liy order ol the \ estrv. On Thursday next, the Sth instant ^ At 10 O'clock, A. K. At iIh) residence of Joseph Thompson. F^uire Will be sold, ^ All hii Household Furniture, Consisting of 1 pair handsome Couches, 1 set Mnliogany Chairs, to match, Sofa Table, tea l^ables, Card ditto. Breakfast ditto, one set Dining ditto, Sidelward, fancy rush bottomed Chaift, W indsor Chairs, Seitees, Bun^aus, Bedsteads, Wash-hand Stands, Dressing (Vlajss, An assortment of Glassware, &<•. Ate. ALSO^ A handsome upright Cottape Grand Piano Fortt, A high toned square ditto, by Sloddart, AMf— That well known horsi Marplot ; Together with a neat London mad Gig, and Harness, An excellent eight day Clock, with a rariety of other articles. Terms — one month's Credit, on giring tecuritu if rg* quired. -\pril 4th. ClililNT 1 ill lie it iMinsii. A meeting of the Inhabitants of Christ Church Parish, i^ requested on Monday, the 2;Jd of April next. the Kin^rin jn^rson. If he be not xictorious. ,t "M'-^ '" " i^ion. ny, ti.e ;f;w ol April next. Mil of an assault by his brother Don Pedro (''•''••*^' •;-"'""'" >l"•"^^v,) "• the Church of the said Parish, wdl say it will not be for the want of lerriblJ ''* ''-^ '* •'''"^'*' ''>•' ''" P'"-p<>'*? '>r making choice of four 10 General staff of his army. p'rsons to serve as \ estrymen, for two years, in the al organised, and ready for service on the app ar KBof an enemy at any point; and that the Kin-: of >iin has lined llie frontiers of Poriut;al with an armed xe to support his ally in any emeix-ency. Many ilrtary piomotions have been made in th> ainix of Don 1^ ; and a reintorcemeot was despafdud on the 1st •Mary, to Mach'ira, or declined airaiiiM the insurjrnis at •e other place. The ship of the line, Maria I. ha^ unconverted into a lloatii'i; battery, inountini; 511 piece> i rtiliery of the lar^^.-st calibre". The castles are •••ed. Tho ship Don John Vl. is moored beivxren WiB and the Torre Villa. Kvery thin? is animated, •"ttBOt, and spirited, and nothiii<: is apprehended on ac•^ af the pretensions of Don Pedro or his troops, •rhir' regardertant objects. DAVID SPFNCK, Clerk. V F..STRY Room, tid Apiil, 1h:J:>. ]\OTI( K. ALL PKRSONS having demands against the Kstate of Joseph Saunders, lattof the' Island of .New Providence, gentleman, der.-ased, are r<-quested to render the same duly attested ; and diose indebted to ihe said Ksiale, are likewise reqm slid to make immediate payment, at tbeotfiri' of <;. P. Wool, Ksqiiire. THOMPSON SACNDKRS, Executor. April 2d. BY HENRY ADDKRLF.Y. WAXTi:i>. A Bill, or Billsof txchanL'e, payable in London or Liverpool, for £\&.) Sterling. For particulars, apply at this ufTice. April 2d. fi'2nty of a p^rt of the Sl.ive .•• ''"'•I'l *'?'* 'cn iwo l):iri.;ui.njs— ..oie ral!.-.! Kiiiy y< rwidmn on lieUiver Ho ,itv. m I ih" "•"•' that mde.s tin irresjH.ctive demands are liquidated pre-' ^•wp Ol war on ibc coisi, detai in^ t le nirticu ir-. o the .i i i .i n i iI """-" \"*^ 2-.^ ^'" ^ l''''^' '" " '"'* o( -•'—-' . an Att(rriey-at-Law, for immediate recovery. FI!VAL IVOTICF. rjlIIK SnjSCKIIiKUS, hivmg closed the mercantile ^ nave been sei/ed, and the envio.i and rii.dignant ps. ^"1 these nAVHzet made sal>>e.ri,fit to flip ran^e ol hu^yOn one oocasitin of inloruioion of ibis kind sent bv repel to ihc llntish. by which his rival lost his car;;o, he • oex;„perated that be pr.pare.l an rxpi-.fifiun to aliack i JdtHke veniieaiice lor the injnrv an. I uiMilf. He j-ot a ^^ •xlefor Peprj. birh he intruded to iM-ar before hirn "iUn and sent a messenger to apprise h:m of ir : •* tell TVll fT ^''' '*'" "" '"•"''"-'• '•"•' ''fitimu his rolTm." | r.pliraim." s;o I th,. other in reply, m bring the coffin, ""••^Ipul buns,-!! inro it., March SUt. K. M. SOLOMON,' Kxenitrit. C. S. ADDKRLKV, Kiecuior. "•'''' ir anecdote is ndated of Sir Kdward Montamie, M ikT ^' *''•''' '"'"*''' '*'^' character of that .Monarch. hseq,„ousness of the Speaker. I'pon one oc Njll 'I ''^ ''^''''''''*''''* "'•' '•''''^''•'•'' ^^^''^IH-'aker was *, \ *^'"-' '"'"'* ''"'^ ad''' l"-''^''^'H':-"II-.! will tlKv not \et •* pass y* TIIK SlBst RIHKK intendinL' to leave this for .Mobile, early in April mxt, aL'.in re(|iieis all persons having demands against him, to render the same ; and those indebted to him, to make payment on or Iteforc llie 1st of April. All ac'ounls remaining unpaid at that time, wdl be put in the hands of (*. P. Wood, Esquire, for recovery. ROBKRTWIKR. March 1 4th. E MMV S Apply lo prevni" l^^l**" J And, la vine his hand U|hui the hi-ad of' ^^, continue,! :_" (;,.| mv to pass by such a ^^'**''7;*'^; '' '••'x' l>.v uch a lime this head of yo.irs ri u u '''"' 'f**-'^*'*' *^' '••'<-•'' hut comlusivJ; f„r ^ ^m that S„ Klxiard '• wrouLdit so effeciuallv, that "Hj tune prescribed, the Bill p.issed with the ap, ^"-^fi'V^'^ '"'"*'"' '""''" ''"^ -'^"^••'•••i'-'frs satisfac1^ ^aurke s Eitinct, Dormant, aniSusjnnd^d Prry. \ mended. April 4th Fehriiary 4ih. ALP, for sale at L> cent* per bushel. THOMAS THOMPSON, At Kxuma. "ANTKD — A steady woman, of good character, to wash, iron, and cook, for two single men. ; or particulars, enquire at this office. \.\i. None tvn^ii)^ •Tp'} *!"• '-nnot come well rccoroOn Monday next, the IGth inttant^ AT Till v M.i r nut sr. At 11 0*01ock, A. W. Will Im...old If nci disposed of previously by private bar|;ain. That valuable House and Lot. lately iKcupied by Mrs. Poitier. The House is ro<.niy and • <>ii\rnient, with a larire Kitchen and u ash hous''attaclMd, chair hoiiMand stabling fiir three horsi's, extensive yard and grass pice. TIh' out buildings have Iw^'n lately 'thoroughly re{>aired, and Ilk* greater part of the fences liave ken newly put up. Terms will U; made known, at the time of safe. April 4th. BY HtNR\ GRKENSLADE A CO To-morrow, Thursday, the \i)th instant. At Ihe residence of Roln-rt Wier, Ksquire. At 10 O'clock, A. m. U ill U} sold (Without re*rve.) All his Househohl Furniture, consisting of 3 F)ining Tabks. wiih circular ends. Fancy cane l>ottom and Windsor Chairs, Tea Tabkfs. 2 h ash-hand Stands, Handsomi> Sideboard, ;iir hanflsome Hair Cloth Sofat, Prints, and an eitrht day Clock, ALSO^ All his Kilclien Furniture, LI K i:\mst:— All his Groceries, Liquors, Ac. Arc. consisting of Sugar, Coffee, Fig and Leaf Tobacco, Molassef, Segars, Pijies, Arr. &r. Otard's sufierior Cofnae Brandy, Jamaica high proof and Windward Idsnd Rom, Holland (;in, Old Shrub, Annisoed, Table Beer, ice. Sec. with a numlter of olber artirles. The Liquors will he sold in iols lo suit purchaaerv. TVrmi, — CASH, iM'fore dtdivery. At ttrn Months' Credit, A Negro boy nanw-d Nelson, alioul 17 yeart of ace, accustomed lo House work. April 4th. T' .\OTIC£. ME SUBSCRIBKR, intending to let?e this in April next, for liie I'nited States, requests all persons ha\ing demands against him, lo render tliem ; and thos' indebted, to make paynienl on or before llie lOih February. .All arcounU remaining unpaid after that date, will be left at the office of G. P. Wood, Eq. for recovery. F. TCRNKR. January 7th. FOR PIllLAIIKLI'fllA^ The fast sailing schooner PO.MONA. Millar, master. For passage only, (hiving good ^'•'•iinimo

,1' U i J ... w |, 3 '1 ;i : |:: \ m '.f 1 r ; fc'i ^jjr IS<)t)iinii ^rirw.t Ffitm tit' t ' a wild ainJ druary cei)e. 'I'he I'liruc .. -UcTlraiii is tin laiiier to hf.Hr Hur M KuruiH^. Th-i lie hi now more•'-.; of KoUri, ami his lo%cfor him i.mI.kxs liiin to kt-^ii his than .he know, I. .w to ur .. .v|.loi. ,„dyet .he i, o,.,untl> ] ,„„ j,, .,,„ ,^,..^, „f ..j,,^., ,,,^, i,^ ,|.iH UM-aus thoy may Alice CUIIICS, hy iKf-tiinc i'lMnni ht* Malitlarv r*nlraMit' upon popular lirtrirrn, ; . > wh.rh ihr prr.nt .l,ninH.r.tK,n h ^..Hbli.h.'l. |.,u„ J'l.ii "•'^•^' ^*** se|.ar.iti..l ui ll. next wo.hl lip •tonlV^^.-.lly nil mniahlr mail, a iriPioJ lo public |,bfriy i ''•*' *M'I>""<*"' • her lovt r, Kaimhaiid, to this (.luary a in^ii lo < loiMiMiid rr^ptrcl fir hi iifii, and who inmt. from plct', and is iiointied by the IfHntic rrii's of llir deinons, <:irciim-rlornH'd ; she re> U ihfonly jjronnd ( hii iiile lo ihe throne ; hut ihis ii not irats, j)errtiv*s a rros* planlnd on ne side of the scene, rooM;;h fur ih#r modfrp racr of Frenchmen.— As to many, and ,.,iihraces it, and faints away ; Bel tram is ill dtj<|>air, the ii would Hp,.ar an increa,mK numh-r. nthe, monarchy nuit j i,.fornal contM*.s has dem-ed that Uid. ss Bertram m-.s ,,os bliirttirr hunilopil inlit n|H*nilMM f upon rhr |ipolar will, or . ^ -> i lertajn Ihe sli^hiesl uuspinon ol h,s mici,. ^^ wajt enabled lo take home wi, hnn ilu. ^ '*"*' '*^^ iiiH lilt d)^ — liun wiihoul alarmmg his servants. I{e|„ •troy hiin^eir he sending him 1, coinninne. am tion of a small fomb. It is now re|Mjrted7hti h iI** *^ Belgium ; hiw situation at the 'J'iea.<*ury il. J^amt Simon. Irispector^e.rj'!?^*? ^^K he wrote to the clergy,„,„ ^'S^^H^l Mmr. part .u b. .iiMrd^uH to tuT^ I the remainder to be expended! !^,J^^^ The l"rks in the oJhre have unannijouslv ?•*'?' "f' months salary to the s'lhscription set on 100)" "•^ti, the principal Keicivers (Jeneral of the Fiua **^***^ formed themselves info a Committee to lunh "'^f*' *' \^. a republic estalUish.-.l. These emhus.asts are w.lhn^ .0 take | ^ "' —"--•""-••'"-t:'-, o-*:. o.> s... j,, ,„ve addressed a circular to all XhVZll'l'^''^l^i^^ Ihela.rer. evr„ when Ms rerlau. reMults .,f agnations | •"• ^'^^"'•J iol>m hmw^dt IS dejoCI. d ul, account olh.^ ,heir respective departments u^qaenZuTt''^'' *^^'>^ Hod fprei^n wars ; and perhaps, ii is lor this rea,on ibLf the '"'**** J Hertrani eiiiploys every means of leiU|Uution, and | ,h,.v will siibsrrii.e. As soon hh the situa! ''** *'^ wihereiits of the endutled family so ardently join them, and j <^'''* all the tjools the world can heslow, if Ik[miceed to I was known at Montmorency, the inhabitanrV^ ^**^ pnnh ihem on. Thev hale the Orleans branch, and. if they the convent where the remains of St. i{o.s;ilia rest, ^nd j getting up an address to the King, which in' "•''•' C4n bring about contusion in Kraiite, ihey fv.n:y thai there is Meal away a leafof cypress which the saint holds in her owers so connected with him feel lo adiipt measures of C4nsirainl. liut ihe opposition papers, on the contrary, runtend. that ihe mailer is only symptomatic u( an apftroNchinK war. We, :.. ... i... 1. . ^ *'^W,| him, and surround liim — Kobert is, however, dej 'tal pistols— one to each ear — as he stood with li hr ^ livered by Bertram, who again endeavours to tempt himMt last, be announces himself as his father — .Alice, on tl other band, urges the -^ ch.iiiges, and I J^'i. "•"'II. proposed in the oi>ening Message of His I'n.u. r^ise-themup.gain amidM revolution and blood. Nor can | discovers a cathedral, brilliantly illuminated, where ha' t'e (Governor, to he voted during the life of ihe Kioitl the great continental powers gam any thing. To them war bella waits to bestow her hand on Robert. " wouhl have this madness, that whilst they must, if nnsuccessfnl, Uose much territory, even if victorious, they cannot add to their |mwer in this respect. For instance, should the chances of iMitle lurn auainsi them. tVussia would loose her Khenish provinces; Austria. Italy ; and Russia. Poland, These The scenery is said by the French critics to be wonderful, even in the world of wonders, the ()j>era. It sur• — ^ . ,^^ lie per said, that in consequence of this 'he Sujtply llill willnwrftfi. His Kxcellency's sanction, but he sent to Ku bodf^i, King's pleasure. passes the magic effect of the famous .Aladdin, Th They might restore the old Bourbon branch, if they could cihausi the strength of France as completely as in the last war; hut even iKrn. nothing is plainer than that they cannot wake that branch root itself m a soil in which there is nothing which it ean assimilate to its own iMiunshment. These things are so obvMus. that we caonol anticipate war from them, and if It arise at all, it will be hrouMhi on by the insane revolutionials of France. .Ml ought honestly to i\rmtr |nace as the only true hu(>e of FIuro|e. Fur though we could easily keep out of a continental w^r. and shall probably do so and though the advantages which our commerce would gain by the confusHn of Ihe continent, might more than counterbalance the evils ex|erienced. yet the true and permanent interests of nai tions can never live in tmnsforming the ploughshare which raises riches from the sod, into the sword which devastates. The prolMlde interference of Austria with the Italian I which demand from the pope civil meburali.ins w The Montreal (raxette contains a .xialistical tabV ^ lormers are also highly extolled ; and in a part allotted to Lower Canada. The extent of the province is JXto^; 47W.k ies,89 Cfwcspii >an dwrtkBD'lstiileriet iA iTrooo e f Tc orl" V"';t" \ ""•':;>""'' ""' *'^' '''7 ^*" ^ '*Vli<"'. ^be is said to have surpassed herself. All was s.p.are tniles ; tin., population amounts to propose by courting a conflict with Iranee, even could they admiraliou and apt) ause. I.' inil* r'.ur i 1 make a second march to Pans since Fngland will never per^' contains 1)I Roman Catholic, churcbe mit them lo possess themselves of a foot of her neighbour's rui.f.t'V' churches, 4 Piesbytenan, ami 5 Wesley •rrrilory, or if she did, could she enable them to retain it, ni i 1 UKLhl.E. There are 1^ Jails and i?7r*i Cliurclics, 31 Blooil has at h'ngih been shed between the Government irmips and Ibe jHipular party in (Jrecce, which, it is tlie opinion of a private correspondent of the London Courier, will proiJuce the final overthrow of the influence of Ihe Capo d'Islrias' dynasty. About the 20tb of IXceinber, a ipiarrel occuired at Argos, between tlie Governor, Mavromati and Grivas, in which tlieir soldiers took patt ; and tliriH? engagements ensued between them. In the two hrsi rencnintres ifie government troops were successful, but in ilie last were deti'ated, and forced to retire to Napoli, belore Grivas's Ruiuciiole*. About lUU men lost their lives. 462 Medical men. The Montreal papers stales that orders have bffn r^ ceived by the last Halifax mail, for the disnianiliii^of tfe four following military jMwts, vir. : — Three Riven, Wir liam Henry, Chambly, Cotertii dii-Lac. The National says—" The following loans have been made I fegations. | m Furo|Rsince the Revolution of July, lor the purpose f -,.^ .I M 4 o ^^ "'"•'• '^'*''P"8 •*"' "'^"••es of the different kmjjdoms on a war foiihiia grams, protiably Au-lria wi oppose, is one tick ish mimt T./iK.rii-t k 1 1 k ii 1 .u • >; '""""n a war looling, ..,* .kJi. f i I ,11 u.iin point, lo ttiis list should be added the extraon inary evies of <•>• and the invasion of I'ortuffal is aiir! hut iK*.* i.^w _. 1 .1 ..,. •••'•7 icie ui men and Ihe invasion of Portugal is another; but these may pro l> ihlv l>e accomodated, if moderation prevails in France. With res|ecl lo the latter, the inler|Misiiion of .Austria to obtnm the removal of eing made, no opposition will be offered to the txpeditiM Itself. iJl '2.000.000 8.000,000 and the augmentation of taxes. The varmus loans, amounting to about £.li,000,UOO sterling, may be diviiled thus — Holland Austria France {l)esides the sale of wood and the large circulation of bons-royauz) Russia Belgium Piedmiint Rouian Slates Total 5,(100.000 8.^,:oo,ooo l.uoo.nno 1. 000.000 (> 10.000 i) The foHowipg is the plol" of an Ojera, lately brought beftiro tlie Parisians ; which, for airfut sublimiiv and korrul grandeur, sui passes any thing we ever saw 01 heard of. Tlie taste of tlie Frincb is not lo l)e envied, if this n a specimen of those amusements which coiniuaud their idniiration and applause. — Ed. Arfrus. Tilt OPFRV ROBERT Lt DIABLE." The ()|M.ra of Roherl U DiabU has been brought out \ traordinary sale of timber. : the rny .,f V;;,,' „„,, at I aris with a splendour and .success that forms an epoch I "''*" *"•'' '<-" f i:i.r.M>.000; and thus the grand banf ill th' annals of tlie French Stage. .Nearly a year was '"P'^7 of l*e State is preparing, sjient in piejwiation, and tlic cost of iu production was little short of V^NI.iKKi francs. At tlie rising m{ tlw curtain tlic Theatre rpresents a vk-w of Palermo, on the border of the sea. Knights of, whom died. i Prussia has pur in circulation new Anzh) Prussian Bondsbut they have not been made public, and the amount is conseI quenily jnki. rwn. In France, to c<.ver the exiraoMlmarv expenses of 18.i:. It will he necessary, in order lo complete the 1 Budget, to make a fresh loan of £ ..ioo.oon ; .md by an exStockholm, Dec. 27.— Between the Gtb and 7th instant there were SIX peisons attacked with the cholera, one of alt nations rtock to a tournament — Robert Duke of \ormandy carrMs ilie priz. — this RoIm ri is the son of Bertha, and demon, by whom she has Iwen seduced. The accounts from Leipsic, of the 2r)th of Dec. give a most deplorable and brutal account of the Prussians • r, , .. Kobert I towards the untortiinate Poles, in which they state that on fsa name of horror and alarm. Alice, his foster sister, 'he Ilih inst, the P -' > atc tliat on piesents lierselt with a letter from the dying Bertha, which k4Wrt is Nut to read until he abamlons his cancer and re|Hnis. Robert coiiiides his secrets to Alice; lie tells bor that being in love with I^al•ella Princess of Sicily, he wished to eloi>e with her, when he was attacked 'bv a troip of cavaliers, and wouhl certainlv have fallen a victim had it not been fui the timely aid of Bertram, an unknown knighl. Bertram makes his appearance, ^iu\ Alice •Inidders, as she conceives thai it is the portrait of Satan -Ihe kiiiybts play at hai.trd— Bertram }Mrsuades Robert t.ijuin tbiMii— Ihj ronsnls, ami loses everv thing he nonwnan in iIk* wculd. Alice presents U-rself to Isalnlh, and tprks in favour of Robert— IsaUlla forgives his faults and allows him to fight for her in a tournament, in which the leward of tlie victoi is to \h' her band— Isabella .sendi him arms — \w pre|are$ for the combat, when a inessenpor Slops him on iic piirt of the Piince of (iranada, wito nst, tlie I'riissians suddenly siii rounded the Polish troops to tlie number of twelve thousand men and wanted to force them, in a most brutal manner, to obey the orders of Russia; tlic Polish soMiers were rer>eatedlv struck with the Prussian muskets, ami the officers wore indignantly treated and threatened to be shot, but thev Mill continued firin, and tleclared thai they would sulTer the most barbarous treatment sooner tha'n comply ^.,1, crdeis which wert agairl the laws of humanity ; ibi, deekied reMstaiice caused t(^' Prussian Commamler'tosend for fresli orders from bis Whkhkas it is eipedirrt f*< llie said (Jeneral .Assembly should be dissolved': i <* therefore issue this my proclamalion, dissolving ^ " (iem'ral .\.ssenibly ; And the same is hereby dioluJ acconlinglv. Given uudrr my hand and the Seal of the uiid Itltait. at Aasxan, .\nr ]*rovidtnce, this tvei^tfAM dti of March in the y*ar of our Lord 1nJ2, / '•' second yrar of I lis Majcstifs Rrign. J. C\n.MI( IIAFI-SXTTS. By His Etcellency^s Command. s. NESBITT, ^> — -G0 ^AV E Tl^r:^KIN(J^ LOST, between the Pen "and (ieorge Street, t P^^ of (;old Spectacles. The finder will be fci^" soniely rewarded, on delivery of ihcm at tlie office* • paper. Ma rch 20!h. FOR SAI. E. The choice of 2 Lois of Li"<^. hiiihlingsand improvements tliereon, Prince's sfreel. L'eni'ralK known l\ tl*" Ligbtfoot, or Cupid's Row. For Terms and other particuJais, apply to fix -"^ scribers. ^ HENRY GREENSLADE*^^ March 3i. ______ ——^ FOR M4LE. The House and Premises at present ^' )V Mrs. Poiiier. The Hoii-e iriKviiv 'onvenient, with a large Kitchen arid *a> ittaclMMl, chair house and s'abli' Poles dehorse's, '\tensive yard and gniss piece. TImh'*_ .; have been lately thoroughly repaired, and the g"'* ^ ol llie feuc4;s have been newiv put up. AL.anl bctefi by the new r oati .,j^ j,.. aiu lor him in the aiij.icent forest— RoUrtoI.i'ys7li^! f*'*"''*' "^ '''^-'" "'^ '' i"'^** ''" '^ .*''""2 'die* sch^^^^^^^ imiiions— the tournament meaniime lakes place— RokiM^ i '""""*' "f "bich he had been m the habit of present nuz P^'J of in >cs uol, and couso^ucntly loses the pri^e The T'"'";""*' ^ "V'"'''' '/ "' ^' ''"'^ "' charcoal. As he i i tc pr.^c. llK) ,cc.edm perteulysoud spirits, the shopkeeper did no, tu-' Srm#ml. ""*'' the village into the Blue hill road. This Und Apjdvto one or thri-e lots. Apilv to f%m% ^ imm m IjiiOH^' I*: lll*d*Z. %OL. l—.lio. L\]^VI. Tlii: BAH \.M\ ARGLfij. Ktmm ftlU.I^HK.n SKMI-WKI-.KI.Y IN NASSAU, N. P. 0tfht Dollars per annum— Xn advance. and licH-iaic^ liiai liic slavc-iiulticr bus no right lo his prothe deplorable state of Trinid.iti aiu) St. Lucia, and we have p'ity : He says Uiul ibt slavi-hoMer tan produce uo title no doubt but thai Lord (Judench s Circular, with the Coloby which be has a right to hold slave proiRJtty. it is, from I "'^' **'''<'^ ^'"*''*"*' ^ recr.ved in Jamaica with one soitiUs, peilecllv plain thai \ iscount Goderich is utterly ig' *•*"*' shout of indignation and resented in a manner that .• 1 -.1 .1 I '"'ly materially influence the proceedings ol the smaller unorant ol eyery law connected with the de,>artmenl ul ,^„f,, „, the annoyance of thm unn.tural Parent Slate, the t.overnmciit over wluch he presides, not to mention |„ addition to the vexatious inierference with her internal tho principles ol common law by wlm b llie slave-holder Hflairs. which IKmiinica, in common with the whole of the bus a vested right in tlie projierty of his slave. The truth Hmish West-India colonies experiences, that unlortunatv is that it bus never been denied, even by the most unreaj island w placed in the most iinminent danger, frttin the cubsonaLle ol the Anli-Culunial party, ibal tlic Government i t""=d influx of runaway slaves from the French Islands of this country have, tunes N^iikout number, expic:.sly 't"qe "'* Guadaloui>e, As iheT'.duor of The Barba• 1 .... 1 „... 1.1 1 iJ:..,. ..• 1 I dian says— It IS quite at variance with all our ideas of riihl ON BAHAMA LKVF.ES. W%\\ Piebahl pledge of mighty Jamie's love, p^^'eiided, as he swears, from realms above 0|,| Couch-land's rocky, sea-;;irl, shilvy coast, \VliL*re souls, as well as bodies, oft are lost ; U'hf iK'e slavery should be banished we're told, \iiii>:lt, wlifii 'tis given, 'lis not worth a groat. l'r..|u)miders hold of privileges empty, f^Mii wUith all else do wish themselves exempt, aye; .•!oli< itorsfor what the devil ini;:ht take, tir Ins more salile brethren, for Ins sake. Il.til! Mighty |>reinier, made so like a cheese! Jl.i.ll (florions holder of pieli lid Levees' — LtHJg way the welkm ring with your renown, HiniiE bv each negro wench about the town ; Whuic h(rrid noise ighlM and knows )uur aim. Try to allront him by throwing all blame, O the niiN-governed, who have dared rebel; I'lM vengeviiM-e on them, e'en your conscience seU. Il.iil Bold apostate lo our country's cahse, II ol Anarchist, siippresser of the laws ; Ar.itiiid you draw all that is low and base, All buy each silly idrnt with a vnse :• |.-Mrop ; Ak aid of itiose whom you have most ill used, .Attempt caresses, where you've most abused ; .An then discover, when it is too late, Tlie (li-pths of wounde<| feeling, deadly hate— Which, in Bahamian breasts, doth I'nily HowPlareman. nor pensioner, can ;is>ii,i,'e your woe. Thiiik'st thou, the dearest iutt>is ol life. The ties of husband, parent, friend, so rife, Willi every honest call on man's best sense. Will prostrate fall before vmr false pretence? Hopest thou, our best privileges to attack. And in resistance, count'st thou to find ns slack ? Hail I Hair brained ftxil. whose motto 's lnem|.eranter, Jii) W heu you leave us, (iod grant it were luslauier. Vlluding to a recent baptismal present. ol sanctioned and cncouiu^ed tlwbullliiig of sla\e property The chief bar, indeed, lo the sweeping yiewj ul" the AntiSlavery party, is the lethality of llie rights which they desire lo annihilate. The sUve-liolder, wu maintain, bus as good a tide to bis pioperiy as any landed t>eiitlcman in liic Kingdom ; and whenever il is iiilringed, under a pretence of abstract justice and political expediency, the principle of all pro(>erty is overturned. Plain and pal|)ablu as tins truth undoubtedly is, can we express sutVicicnt astonishment, that a Cabinet Minister should take the fust step 111 a proceeding, which must cveiilually involve ibc ruin of our Colonial Posse.ssions X In their elVecis, we view with great alarm the doctrine and practice of Lbrd Goderich. In his station, caution ought to lie a leading rule with every Sialcsman. A precedent, such us tiiui which he desires to establish, must lead to the most disastrous results. His Lordship believes — or pretends to believe — ibal (.iovernmeni have no right to hold pro|>erty in slaves, and ilierelore their ficedum is gi anted without more ado. .Not to dwell on the slur which this conduct casts, of course, upon the policy of oilier Governiiionts, what does it imply that the W^rstIndia proprietors should do 1 Why, in elTect, Lord Goderich has said thai they have no right to ibeir slaves ; thai, ilierelore, they must follow bis t xumj 1-: and emancipate tiiem, not only uitliuul compeii5.itiuii, but with a destructive loss. In plain English, such is the meaning of Lord Godericirs doctrine. Il is im(>ossible thai men who have a largo stake in the continuation of the system by wfiicU their piopoity was protected by law, should fail to view the proceedings of Governmenl with dismay. They see the very right on which their pio|>eriy rests inipugm:d by a Minister lA' the Crown. They liave already felt the injurious efl'ects of an Anti-Colonial system — but now llieir vi ry existence is thieulciied. It is Hue they expect lilllo iVoin ibe |>ervcrted policy of a Biilish Government, uliicb has gone indirectly lo destroy their best iuierets. But surely till now ihey fell confident in the wisdom which has generally guiiled great Stales in preseiMiig the rights of pro|K.riy inviolate. We have no liesilution in saying that Lord Goderich has been the iiK-ans of alienating the West India Colonists from the best interests of thiscounliy. His last measure has been the unkindest cul ol all ;" for il quite at variance with all our ideas ot right ami iustice— jierfeclly irreconcileable with ihe Divine precept lo do unto others as we wouhl wish them to do unto us'— -it isVeally also most unaccountable, thai the British Government should sanction such n system of wrong sihI rul>l>cry.* That a man's slaves in Martinique and (iuadaluupe, bis lawful property — asniuch so as the lands and buildings areshould, hy escaping into a Brilish Colony, and ihal colony one in which slavery is also acknowledged and held to be lawful by Its own liovernmenl — be tree, is contrary to CTcrj principle of justic, and a most dangerous example." LoNi>oiir, Feb. 9. Rumours of an extraordinary and very alarming nature were circulated on *Cliange, ies(>eciing llie Lord Chancellor ; il was siiied that Uis Lordsliip had sliewn syrnp* liuns (d* insanity, and that, in conset)uence, the Cabinet was in the utmost slate ol confusion. February 4. We have doting the past week, received from our Parti Correspundcnt several intimations of the probable interruption of tranquillity in that Capital. He describes (and bis information we can de))cnd upon) tlio union of parties against the adminMlration of Pericr to be increasing; and also that the fCepublicans speak optmly of a forthcoming ciisis,in which Franco will at length reap the benefits of the glorious three days. Since writing the above, news has heen received tliat an attempt to carry olf the King had booti made. It failed. The Standard slates that Sir James (iraluim and Sir Thomas Denman, the .\tlorney (ieneral, have resigned. City. Twelve o*CIock. \Ve scarcely remember a more tran({uil week than tl o presi lit, as regards the Huriualions in the (\mv)l Market. The general pi ice has been fiom S2^ to h:.;^ ; but tli changes ill the Administration have caused the market to lie heavy this morning, and the quotation for tlM> Account is 8'Ji 3, and ycsleiday U was as low as 82^. Febroary 5. Sir Henry l*arncll is no longer Secretary at War. On the RuMian Loan (piestion, lie was absent wlien the division took place. This desirriion, on the {tart of • Colleague so high in olfice, madi* his removal necessitry. The Government, of course, cannot stand if tlw^y havo literally tiirow> the slave-holders U|>on the meicy of their divisions amongst themselves. It will, however, l>o reenemies. No wonder, then, ibal llic .\nti-Colonial faci nuniliered thai many of their friends, and many frieadi lion rejoice ; and exclaim in die language of Cromwell, ; ^^, Keform, dilTeied from ihem on that particular question. •* The Lord has delivereu iheni into our hands.'* But | Still ihey arc entitled lo praise for tlw high sorisc of na tiM'y little dream of tlie energy of men driven desperate tional lirmour tlien manifested. This must t>e admitted by by repeated and caiu* less injnncj. -A pilitul faction may iho who do not consider the words of tlieTrtaty lo have lie giatiliod and concilialed— but llie solid supjiorl which I !,.„ binding. This subject, it will be aeen, has been the Colonial proprielois could k^stow is lost to us. NN ould dial Ministers might open tlicir eyes, and see their error again debated in the Lords, on a sinfrular nioiion brought lot w aril by Lord W'ynford, for referring the whole subject with all ils latal consequences! To do so efhctually, il : jy (1^. Twelve Judges. The argnmenls of Lord Brougham uii:hl now be loo late. But, we confess, that with men so j made a deep impression on die House, and console us for blind lo reast)n and the true inlcresia of the country, as | decision, which we cannot wliolly approve. Of tlio the picscnl Government have already proved ibemM-lves | policy of maintaining national honour, we are fully conlobe, we despair of seeing even the shadow of an atyjnced. Ii is the mode of doing this Uiat admits dispute COLOMALAFFAIK>— <. OS KRN.MENT POLICY. ^kir ho|>eful Minisiers seem resolved to persist in their Msiae couiseof policy, towards tlie West India proprie*Si The British Government has already exjierienccd *h' extreme felicity of beholding our colonial interests rl'i*llv sink undc'r the attacks of Ihe Anti-Slaverv faclempt made in favour of our p'reculed Colonies. Tliey may depend ujwn it, however, that the crtsis which we have all along anticipated is now at hand ; and we may shortly have to regret a sejiaration of interests, which Britain, iiol the West Indians, will bo the first to laiiHMit. From the Grenada Cavttf. How strangely do the wretched state of, and the discontent evinced in, the British West-India possessions, at this moment. r(nnrf fhem with the dreadful condition of F.ngland. as the!ri.u^ (onsequenres (f imbecility and misruJe Every colonial paper, receive*! by ihe last packet, teems with loud and well-grounded complaints against the iniquitoua *•*• — riiey have seen the |M-)peny of bis Map-sty's sul>; measures adopted at the snggrstion of the Colonial Ofhce, jwis deten.)iate ^ ''''';"•"•"''' ''•"•""""• •^"^.„_,. I 1 I .1 M • I.1 lies imiKsel uion colonial produce. — How the questions at Mwire adopted bv the pn'sent Miuistry, gin.'S directly to "*^'' imr**'^ "' 1 ,l„. g^ ., ^ i^ ' .1 I •. • • -, 1 ig^iie between the cohmists and the Mother-Country, will b jHretbe colonies ; and we think it is vain to ex,K;ct that | ,^^,^,^j^ ^^^,,,j „,^ j,^..,^.,,^ ;^,„„,„y ,^„,„„ „,„,,, ,^„^„ i„ •wy will ever discover the folly of ibeir sclMmies. ^*-'Vcr 1 ^^^^.^ it easy to foresee. Neither res|)ect for ibright of **s inlatiiaiion more self-e\ iilent. With all but ruined I L„.,^f\^ ^or consideration for the lives of thousan<> our imiiKiriilate Ministers continue to heap iqion tlie *^"uxl West Indians every contumely and injury which ^'^•rance and obstinacy can d-vise. lord GMk>ricli, we observe, aided no doiibl by the r"*cious |xiitical economists, who ad>ise tlie commercial >cts of the present .Atlministration, has issued instructions * llie (i over nors of the Crown Col mies, the absurdity •*•' iniquity of w liich cannot lie loo thoroughly exposelieved that this Minister not only takes it into II We know not what meatures ara under tlie cimviikration of Ministers with a viewtothe permanent security of our West India posssions, and llie conciliation of tha resili;:iitened Statesman, whose utilitK's would not enable biia to appreciate tlie iinm'n*e value of our Canadian linilwr trade. We can however tell this young gentleman, that we shall not onlv continue lo cx(x>se hn fallacioiM ^nd ruinous theories, but also make a determined itaml, ami give our uncompromising op(>osition to his inconsistent sup|>orl of the foreign slave trade. While our reforming GoTcrninent have been reposing in fancied security as to tle success of the *' Bill," ami doing nothing for tle relief of the West Indians, ilie hired (iiir ruin, as a propitiation to the favour of their tyrants. (>aitixansof the deluiled Aldermanbury faction Iwive been •• The Sot^rfitrn P*nyit." In the mean time should England actively pnrHuinL' ih* ir unprinciphjd avocation in the Cohe involved m a continental war. as there is every prohabihiy \^^^\^.^ wliere, lor any thing wc know, at the moment ar she soon will he, if not already engaged in one— weak, "n-; ^^^ ^^^jji^ ,|^s remarks, riot, and tumult, insurrcrtien, deed, will he her hold upon the loyalty >"'• attachment of | > ^ j^ ^^^^,^^^ ^„ „^;^ ^,^,^ ,^j the West-Indians, goaded Kfdrspenition as they are by the i .""";'.' ;.,,*'•iron hand of tyranny and op|ression. The Legislature ol liorrid deformities Read this, Buxton, Cioderith, aa4 Co— Reflect — recall your absurd, inconsistent, imprac* St Kitt's have come to the determination lo withhold all • 1 supplies until their wrongs are redressed, and a guarantee | ticable ** Orders in Council" U'lorc it Us too late ; nnangiventhem that their properties shall not be wantonly' de' while, inform yourselves of the slaic of the Colonies, and terionnesed upon j^.^j ^ Hw,. I I. 11 ., ihemthe ruinous andr/WM*.V'/.""j |Hmnnl;:atcdby ihcUte: .. yj^ ,j j,,.]^.^,,^, ^re villiOing tl aofhoritics of nwiseliead to emancipate the slaves belonging to the i, 1,, „, Council bv iMJiitioning His Majesty to accede to .f "*—"'," •''*-•?••' n ..11.;. ..,„ ( r. t 1111 •• Order in v^ouncii, "71""" -' /^ tl# island and in tle midst of >UI troubles, a delusion pre w.,v„_„, XAxU'T belonging to the public— at an enor.ldemand of the Km? ot Holland lor the restoration f ttc isiano, ami, m llc miosi ., , ; ^ 1 ,^ *^ cionce 10 this coutitiy bul he goes a step farther, ,hse La.tcd Colonies :" Our readers are already aware of scuia iuell amongst llie negroes that frecdum i. now to i!l K ITik. ^w*. I tf