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The Bahama argus

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The Bahama argus
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Argus
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Nassau, Bahama Islands, W.I.
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George Biggs
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English

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

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

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THl BAHAMA ARGUS. specimos clak of c1 y towards he black, l le s meas tr; and, Ia addblek to i ile s, h a a aaso.
envelop diven small arties, ndach aler hi an n sky, and neliyin, pre~aiom flroe aa ed, wae, and
IJmmLaD n mn-wSaKL.r in NASUiA, K. r. oed fashion, in iU ample fold. Timh delaed, t per dias, at Ihe Lhal a"t dial daoe who lihamll y
Blit llu r ammam--- dr ae. prem up to te bhutin d bodlldemuad, as eg subjects him to iiem bead itdl Is bis a rnis
,Ma, a vote for the iulant aid entrl abolitie of sdaery condition thl diat of the pIper, wo nidi il Ihe
throughout his Britanic Mnjeey's hide in the welsern wretched ets set apart forLe shier of mach by ihe so-
archipelago. Rather thuan mr i sa, the candidate give theorlme of mch parish I England t Is lht mu a
hia pledp, and sin mos insaana returned. Than com seject so the ill of the churdwnrde ar the enere r o
the smes and meice is given of sch and Ich a motion, the prish ? And i dsbechucbhwlrdea or verma lway
the result of which would be, if carried, to open Iwide the a mild, placable, and eay-.tmpsid mIt And i tim
doan of destruction, and to devote to misery mad ruin condition of that man enviable, when compared at that o
thousands ol eithercolour. In uch a stte ofociety as theslavsi Ye itiI ay our adversaribm. He fte-
O lT&7 would inevitably follow the Iblliion of davery, and that he is a Englishm -he doe not o a maer-he is a
POZT* T.* too with hasty strides, we amert, that the condition of the free agent-can do as he pleases-c wrka pe-as
SCONTRA once slave would by fer fall hurt of their present state, and, in fact, is no slave. Thi w dey ie wa. We
THE CONTRAST. either in respect to their mordl, health, or happine. asser that, to all intents and purpose, this ma. in all sae
The ely home of Enlind the name, i a s lve; and so slave on a plantation would,
Hoe beautiful they snond, Not even the boasted powers of parliament, great as it knowing the condition for which he would barter his pe-
Anmlla their tall incesral Irees, undoubtedly i., will nmke tie mind of a negro, in a in- Isat happleem, chang siatlane with thhisl -o egrc
O'er all the pleasant lad. Mrs. IIrani. s ant, equal to the poeion and aue custody of hi own lishmlL I Ther are, dobtse, iandua of ill treallent
Freedom. It would be easy to mark out the consequences to be found and raed up, if we search for dim; but it
Th, stately homs of Ireland! of such an unessapled exercise of power in i objects, does not follow tlut all are ill treated, ad that al are un-
liow deslate they .sand, by taking a a guide the effect which tie arrival of news happy and discontented at their lot. 8o entirely lsu dhe
Amna he faren tores od en of' any particular discussion here has on the minds of the system been changed, that lavery of the present day no
Thre leer no ioae o'er meadows bouad, negroes. They formin the most lasy and hlnoes ludicrous more ramenbls its ancesIr, tie slinery iof a century
(lypask in nommer*a bam; conclusions. Endowed wilh faculties which can hardly bg Since, than tie two most dissimilar and opposite thing ,n
Thel .wa n her song Is plmnine sound called reasoning powers, they pee ert every piece of in- eartl can be said to resemble rach other. So lone di ilhF
Is wailing on the irearu. telligence inspecting tile imHoventens of their friends at bas and degradint tr iffic in hinlfmain inlsl wioas alio..', so
Tie, mournful hor of Irelandl lionme inllo an actunl declaration of treesanl front restrain long as Eiglish s1ecrulalur, were enc- oura'alt lil Iii ti,, -
1 ali the sournf hby o igr and coniroul; refuar, ir no very anH gured tlernr I rk ; vnn, t wr ; venn and llat in the most1 empli, it aid Cipr.s .Irms,
.\' jidnl the lurf hv .iu hl, j . i n,1
Thre. looke uf famne.-nor ol lire. .tnd afirin that King iJGeor:.ge or Kinr Wel it ai d eians a.re a dy a and llnar-r i l i an l.In .samuriri'es ofr ,r,,iL tian, so
M et ian he dirnmal liglh. dr ii ld theInI lr*a-, lint that i ii ir uan i are d-ceaivii: g lon r re., alucry a urune o11 i ll, laialai rr tlrh mlilati a r thli
Ne womlu'll a oice sI harnl in song. 'h it, and thia they ks e |6 r1om tfln idat bhe an which hlia wretl I at ie. Tir 6:iae f" ir l n.iilaitai 111 i srh c Ias
No cl hll lei iarIs tal is tkoln'; been granted to tlhe il pariaent. iWe nou a-h to i edfrl 'o tlinL of ; aill tise niiur tlmt sIlrll a iyulatu
Tib call, ofliunger are moong liive ber .n thie sait of Ilinr excited IeelingE---thliat rorli- was pill on end In, tho Iltter i r both classes. On sucll a
T'lIh ) uthf'ul iand liae old. nialoins lh ve Luen sent out to thn dill;'r-nt isl.andl, for step blein l kainred, Chrisl rlnitt mniist well llu it annl grel
Thi wreihearl hornet ofr-lnal t ula' 'xprass purpose of undleceivin tllaee poir deluded rIlatinly is the )rldise whiicl due tO tieu plilanhllro-
T'h-i denin di ard lonwr; rt re.lrurs and ussurin tlien l lal they are sill loaves. I pic suploners of thai pl.to Whlch levelle l t, lhe ertll
lltira he'l ihe halyv q161 !riP i)ul, it not si rikl e tile IrInd 1i' every r ial aIIIer, 1 hailt we so l ligutotinig I i)pri licice. Yet anlilb.ir *tlre r i'inis
(,' I s .abi,.rh ha ir. .." tiui p.l4yilg ia h a in ..... r wlhili, lihon. h J nsaa tl;r I lo Iae surminounted, and :lien tle .late Ilric u l phi-
V 1I a, ) oel r a!., the <' Iri I el Is ('iane T inI e tI n lo's It aslabut as we pl'an.., ri an i.iake its men- I tlahropy and love lowardl u'ir frLiluu -cra lares .i ll
Flirar ar Ir Ith wrilI a ii i : arI i ,a l. i-).rea r- a la l |i ..: o iii t e linihrc, yel il mlvt I I.c .i r d, 1t tie admiirilng \iw atof tu raiiilrrind
PP'I '' 5 r aia4 i i in 11 i ll. l 'l -rr.rne la' or 0' o r' o alnr l, .cl' i .Iu ,i:r air' ll of lira i aidlalaa. till., ih weaver. should a i ra niir, ral ir. lieu
l'.i.rr lh.'., Jr at nn il u .I. i I a ia .IlU llau t 'l'a a tia r ll I n ; iail, a- ;- i. a iie l tonI g ':l rd.rI J Ia dy." Sir.a rly as it i. y b. I id Ild.a
The r,l,in. o la aome r1f I reltn .* a' a i l. lu Lsr) a h al n i. ir l .iii0 lli'l.a a r, iI I on pilocr.uIination is lie thil of time," ). I a'quad.llv aplli-
Ity ihousanlds on her pitain, "; f'isioi) il) iu s unlutor*i 1 ti.' Are nol ll i ol ms liL- I' 1 cable, inu out npition, is laiu warning, that preLapi1a tation ui.i
'lirh rahain ,, thle lsmllon ki, u. a, it natunwia tha ril ai 'i ai. i r fI ar irt i i pirlal I destroy lth| Lali>ours ol tiie.
No comil.Ir nor cotlasin. m y li]arai ili r a a.n po t I ., lt li,. sIprem.. v I *
Through tu anl rui.leforuh rthr pa.ep, f ,,, tfie t gas of thIe sa.ti.,, Jal, earnedd of hi aI.llajd Irlle o slhve lave gradually bmpe iproviul since the
Il'er dwheep dllr a 'i.I e j. Ir rota-.Jer lth diiisl.l. f nuainscr lreiua"'n ile :,lack al lition of tl i tide up to the's lmoolsell li ean. ead if
|li ,lerp d.llrlitu r i nlk Inn,& o 11,
And 'renam of daesl'errwe irl,'. I anl ullite populalionl of the Ilhnanal, IIe rIlt mut l a Ie th. are not Inow ti for emanicaplaton, it ones a|la er, we
Alhudler Ilr th tile ul ulir ullhie brcrlerea, in the event inf imagine, to every one, tiht a few itoiie ypar* islng silent
Tie free, fiir hines of I '.oJ od I riA I i onp i )art o: llge laves, and anl a;iple rl to fonle. I ill tl,- plan of aaielioratio'. Ililecrlo, piirsl d by else \lave.-
Ere lonlil. n hlrn and lalt, A ,,.iid it ll t Ia th: .sh er plan, nuderanrly to pursue tillat, owne- botlh in abhon illnd a lual arl erivll* crtpacll'rs of
May heart. ao naisn prf rer cise vlch il in I IIc sLi-nd to ala.- t le t l n I;e a l s g p 'el!elln rriiding olht iher Ieslttlue, *n.l in tleir ibllhr one,
And trelgn for ever bc i lhe i v' i., ai aal ll. al' h whflae, rlard tat ior n r of lie le iatun, it n l i a i will ultirat ly.
Anid bl hl a ht e n .na.r -,' ,a !t I tl i ai* a r ii s vil" v;t id li t r, srther tlai In I'eein a a Ind i Ir ll sur mi .ea r lah t(le g or l 01' f !umr ; iand IthI l
'lt .re irue the pt;ifrl a.r lr In o'l 'o I tlinleto' 'i. i I. 'a ti 1, I. frii s aa il l 'inae, tinnd I li a a t-e, iney rl.iam tlist wl, 'h ti o ,.ld L*' ulni l t r o .l' '--
It. coullnlt i ull ir i ol iil lln- I I ., p sp i:u 'l "it' i arl lls! Ioiisl a 1t s i s It ii l ; I I a1 a4 a rll p iap lnpspn bl in-- hiire now it ia coaln rring a blries i .g
cta.,itru,; .l ,r ithre m nt % ii t hbetito liha dispelled .r. TIt n Iianti, to witllhhold ron, tInir grs that lhich a .li ild
S- i c. 'r n il IU Irrl l I l. ,, tOi rInlr-vr iivlila Irr llin ;le Ian plunp llier l n,a ial connected w;th tliheil, into evirai arlI
Io Praser's M agaziafivr .Yoea'se, L1. in' I,.old .said up to w.rk. uninfluenced by any powi.r Ituri, I lth moral and political. The generality of onelma
.t.n -n his o i TI r n will. Bfly Ira.niricing a systi.U of eiu.. ar' hlike children; and no ine is a friend Ioi either, who
I .NGI.l.ND AND IIlR COLONIS IY T I. l E; r ,n ti an, b ilialling principal.. uf religion iulo the youning, would tono atrly place within their reach those nbjct whirh
Much a has i beni alruedy written aid snwIo,*n on th.Il i n 'holild nl wn a rising g'leieration who would INe able to are utore peculiarly tie province of tllhir elders both in
m ainoenltoii Iherine, which hia b-en desarnateil as pprj.cic ll.: vast boonln which rlome re so anxiuou s to Ia' and rl stand'rlingi N one wisely mnkes a gift to a.t
i West India Question," anid siby too as that muh givae hem. Even now Ilhere art nany of the original iniant whlirch Ile can, by nny pnibiliv, pervert tile we
tlo nl moaintaintl by n,. o' our numeroi correspond- Africans nl ilng; anl of tIae il l *are native cf dlte I- of, and i.rlrhaps sriously injre hlimesl is d his frieiids by
us, y't we hope llma wr shall Inlt ine held i.tiruiive if veral islands, and have roii. tno minn', estate, tho minority v i.; aiw!ward nel. When, lioweser, the l.ild r.wi- to
Wlrriture to iay, that there iill remains milnin lilJ I are not much beuer Ih.in ilre Alricans. TIt they gradual- h- irnorant of itll uri and acquires a knoule I o of oli
s.'r 'n to denfedi llit subjecl; and dstll Ihere ar ye ly disappear, as they will in ihr courw of nature, nothing Irgitimatla en.i to wrl;l it nsl be lput. then, as o. r inr.,
Lns a-r!irentsi wich minghl,wiu .reat succus, be hrou, .t iuslntlial can be done. Alrundy ar ta bencecicl rai- i he clnimnu Ii due, mrecoies lt, ,ald knowing I.ow to rnt rn
a .'ir airj. sarlls arisini from that plan wa have hinted e, perceplibl, Imh I lif, profits h his n ly ma.il r nuiLitio, end hrings
We'n irni t tliiloh glaring impolicy of granting insltnt on tie diTferent sawe... The respective leislatires of linllh fruit, n. e tenfold, saom a lihnerladiold. WH y do
u l.Jtlq aileild einmncipatiUn, (flr sIich dia our enemies I, th ijl nds, comrpo d of men who are rally internestd, we exercise so srict a caution and control over usl chil-
ste d fuo,) has not been exl ad in a manner so stre- body and soul, in the saneliuration of the slave, have all dlon till tlly asrive an the age of annhood 1 Tlm answer
"ai is r it migh', said tlhat the vast vall and importance enctod wholesome and malt ry laws repnrliog thl slave i obvioul-bheaue they re not hlt o do that feor Ile-
a colonial pnraeuions tn England. in wilniever point of population. The buosled right of the Englishisn'l trial I lives which we, knowing tihir defciency, do for shem.
'* Ihey Slay be cols;dored, has not been umilcienoly by july has, we know, bena granted to them. at least in ;'hy. par passu, should aM the slive havea ti inte nt
*l aid inl istlrd aon by those wolu have .llherto conm I one island. They have been adminled to a participation freedom I Why should ot thla man, whn till now la, at
'rrid I- btl'.ll'uf tllhi overpoawerral and salaing muse. of alnmot all the privileges attendant upon the whie. t he will of others, and under their guidance. curbed hi
r'ro !arin. itattitii ely acquaiinted with many owners of Their state and condition have been allenrively consider- rising pauions, suppremwnd his love of driu k (innate in all
Ir sIndia property, we have been able atin in great in- ed; and the efforts of the owners have been attended with: his brethren), bur fotnh from this shackled utle, and re-
't into die system which it is now so muclh tile fashion satisfactory results. The harsher and nore prominent cive freedom, in the mst unqualified ioening of ihat
*ircleasr tol make anti-slavery sa pular cry *at arut of slnRery have been gradually soften-i dow : no word t Equally prompt is de answer Ia befimr-B-e
Spirbric asvmbly, nay even tip rank at i- asa cardinal s uch thing as blue slavery, that degrded mle which canse, as certainly s one event ne, by the laws of M-.
"m-, sa itlunlt le ponession of which, and rlat too in denies the power of complaint, even exs s. Slaves who lure, follow another, a suarly wll he s h liberty to Ihe
o ample and unconditional elent, no na. can now fincy themselves abused or ill treated by the uversaer or manifet detriment of society. Will nol the aonutred
S' to be uved. While such i the iaiveral cry, the manager, have the liberty of appealing to their imme- savage assume on this omcca Igpola of the true
ay daoe it behove every man who in not convinced diate owner, or his Iccredited agent. appeinad to watch nature of the bam conferred upo him ader he naimie of
i truth, snd every one wise diloult, to record hi dis- over the interest of the esae during is bshence. Of lierty and freedom, he stuld hardly credit that, heaing
'eI or lii. doubts upon she subject; :nd thus ao ihew what does this dreadful state of slavery coasit, fromu obtained his manumnmio. tillhe ws ne to me his own as
the ma. of ihe people that they lRe Ibeen speciously which, as from the lowest depths of iebense, a certain he pleased; in other words, o the working of revenge
hred by prsonso who, in some instance, may be de- class of beings are straining every sere to rescue them, for fncied ijuaries received at the heds of his former
esd themnirles-but we mistake much if all are so sit- in the detriment and ruin of the proprimson, and, we a. nimlnte. It ay be opposed so thes suseion, lthat th
aed, while wo fearlessly aSert, that many, the greater sert, to lie at lest very doubtful benef of thue who la- ar lawr -thet l era me leglation, which would he en-
nrtion, of tise saints wilfullv aseri that which they bour under its chains. We would ask, dos it in any the forced to prevent all this. But whla we wold as, avail
Wthey cannot prove, if prioof were required, but tust i slightest degree pprarh the durance nile of the prisons laws, while they are a me cipher What wid the or-
c well-known rapacity with which the multitude re- i of England I We do not allude to those erected for dim ders of the governor is council. aed from his close to
il" such opinion., without considering whlwher they safe custody of offenders again our criminal code, but the Ireblina whbim, evaillt putdows e comnation or
S founded on truth or reason. On the other md, to those which so tenaciously lock op debton. The arrems the destruction f property its repid proguwn
winl nt listen toany liing which may be adlrascd; negrou' slavery i compatible with the enjoyment of air Will they qonch the fires whic, like so many eacons to
t ill aot bear to hear tlat what lthy have road in dhal and hse:iliful exercise. He enjoys his dilsk dmes etptia. surroiing estate, announce the blemsinn of freedom
rkcilts. journal, tlle A.Nti-llo-in r RepIrltr, has been -- to the lacks, and incite other to the perpetrntiin of such,
inared ; hill tIly receive all a grpel which t aer i rher two weord were pinled in Greea charmacte.-As. and even worse. trocites dlan tIlree When peace is
their isinlly adviser, alI, under the lpnciuus and ;, ac DrrL. i (Comtimaud n the lr st Page.)












i wJ Ilf L $ It MSS. -Io o oarle at f whomI, i' shouldd wpp. u.Ho MfGad
i 16ln|n; .. ...' IdsWiliby the brig Ros- vefeeliingol power.- feelin
.po en, CLaptain i, a 4 f pao-,- of i. perpetu ing the ay, ias croup,deliberte wl kvie
Cm Ann, ae alt as ied m deiajg. ogi dira msa ePpuray d*t. Pf .f ,id.vi I kk w
Mllde to sufe ir wro is as l ou d s
Sod y sr"d ay d of d-e Condi by his administration. udoptlon of thi lr2brlry m ro4se a
nralg, tin Amri 4eba IarIhyem"s, CUptsi This piece of Sulptre Is now lying on the wharf at Woo d nd Gorle Cminpbelt l Aradm l s
aveyq, arm Nbw YTk. By ih .iove vresib, we which it was lIandi, iwhre, we presume it will reniain lor challenging lth other for heing tire Lm "
bn reoeid, o f reglatr ilm of nel eipers from die entil HiaEEU olihy shall have decided upon a fit spol to leang, totdie ault terror of Charles R
first sabed place to th~ld, and from the later to the 5th ernt it. We narderitnd, r this purptIe a Council of ii excited the risibility of all pre"s :
men were crlarged, t Ihe traces of tonr or
inswatn. io i, which ctain London dates to the tmedies was hell fta Friday, and the area or the Pubic visible io tdti loin ath eas of el tar sns
Savalgd tie 81sl of MIreh, Liverpe al to the lt oh. Buildings-we miurthe King's Balding--was fined upon to t discovered feeling worbryof li f i
time, sad Paris to thedOthof MHart. ai the most eligible sllusliuo for it. It is not known who- minution nolager tecoorMlntt es iit a.
Thel second ildng of the lIform Bill in the Hloue other tile duties or the lh Geon. 2d., will pay for this great rest opprMion t nlre lidepIPs I Io deItic
of LorJi. was posponed from the .5th to the 9th ullimo, overlooker of the public offices, or nut; we, however, athn to t I, wrhi if alosmte be
as st a lysm of Lord Wlhrnelirf, w*h forunerly voted think His Excellency will lordly have the eiffrontery to ask licitor Gneral was stt' e Wil a 61(ak, Ca,
iginsl the BiL The Reformoer consider tih to indicated for indemnification froan the next Holle of Assenmily.-In pulled to kjs recours lo s e.tra.geyule. a
a intention, on the part of Ilil Lordship, to give it the history of Clolumbus' voyages, we find, that when lie As another regulation of this mas and l ,
a more favouable reception In It preiunt shape. Time wal in Jimaircin gleamntof food, in cuseouenceof tle GrandI Juries to be aboliuls d 1 It would qp,
" g~dr ussis," an iuferior court, is the cause given. uativer having stopped their usual supplies, hei, by what to rts, a together; nd s he d option ofi I1
prthalhy a U .seue for H I pleanisenlent front tm lo fift them appeared nminrcle, frightened tiemn into obedience cuchl a, at one time, was oxercisd at tih Clpe a
to lie minth. A lwner creation of Peers is considered to his deinanlds, and obLainld tnil he wani:d. We shall, Ilope, and which our elrrlt rehor, iue I
ads srlately rquislle, io atlect its passae,-in laci, it is therefo, a. dvis Ili Excellency to invoke tile Gods, to timire Ihld somine situation tlere, may hauv i hiledi
the only ronaimiinglaope. .warns this Statue of Columbus into lifi, will their lseavon- for.-As Mr. Wood and Mr. Anderson are Mmw I
The Cholera iosraplly increasing in England. Ireland ly fre, as the ancient fable tells us Pygmalion's carved hrtie upt ro IriIbefore nept July., ad te is,
sod Scodatd, ami has sbo found it way to Paris. I.eauty was; furnodiingblt a miracle can work any change for insolence, why not then coraltiiito illv Yrie,,
The la* olcfini report from London.is to ith 31s1t in die public mlind, towards Sir Jamies Caritnlici-ael-Smylth. indictment I The coanrse adopted. I romlul, is
Marri ; where tlher were no w c aes and 44 dlesll ; frinigeiont on tile rights of the suliji c; al in a,. n:
itsal in the comstry a3 mne cases, and 16 denlln. Total lWe understod, thal 1i. M. nschoioner Nimble, Lieut. collection upon llte mtiost ressptalabJle ucle. ,, :,e i..,
nu, llnsr seiod in lie United Kingldom, 7t6' i Deaths. Potbury, parted company wilth tsie Ariedne, a few days ts, ,ho lavve. fti la ie, sti sw ,,t
2:115. since, between tlis and IwH Ilavata--ltu hlartel having on country.
We rive the following,mas the Inst adicem from aI'.ii board, thel Ilemll-Quarters of the 2d West Indiu li Igi- Tliere are few persons, I should hope, whlrouldei
and Hrussels, lespecting the trea y if tim ls isl of No- tanlt from tlle Bay of oIlinduil;s, fin this place ; and tiat advocate or promote duelling ; still it is pielt tpe;m
vnsmhr, il bween the five powers, upon the siliject ol li Aridnon maiy he e"rirrled tlu-norruw, or the day alter. adnilteld, tlh t isa ecelrsary evil, inasrllictis slkwh.
Holland aid Belgium: te -- riTdlly to check licentiousicess.-Thie on latH knIow ,
Pa a wit s rie e re, rel, th we l ave learnt lite slepart- dosc not poss..s tifficico olt ti o Sin l ie, I,,.
Paruis, Niorth "-Nevr was the news froth aroad I fsrtIoud, if II" s s ise, rn i no bryk byivs"leire, is olb,.
is rcontradictory as it tn heas n tEo-tiy. At L Atondo ti "ure from this life of' Lieut. McVicar, of tile 2d t ise to e i use hins,ui. Thli stiilerfug used, as ii,
arr espctinsg p-are i froin ltrli rlCtiino s sf I nh .Irtdiiit I-tia Reimtnl, %ich melancholy even took Ihte a any pirlricular oin'-or, in f'ac, an) exrsee I avoids
rMs, (nilillti Iiil), a \ nn y iullk o p.irlfi llhlrii th'l siiort lille silne at sena, on board tlle Ari idllll l' i cn Jhr sd- tiollln, whlien all in.isl( lit s iien olls reid-sill,toevery a
Itoman Stallt bl mran' of Protocolts,-iand of it iilnatal sag. I ruii llilnria to this poir. of coiinilson spirit, le allriliueld Iv Lsas cownlice aln.
ev;aotiaion of tl Ftrinch anid ltAii-rii ans-i ii,-w i tlt' MNI. ,,ebhit lhas hadl, recently, an examnllie in lie me
fIin. Italy lista. that tlle Fre.nclh ar. frlil:ving lthcoli.hrls oindiurt of a JuJdge, whI o as ocI U laid tiids hi poa,
as Ilnco, a, ianid lts Aislstria S taking a i.|.itiotn oi lite iIoti*e Tie' iillowi.ig ii eitracleil from G ,liglll*nit4 MIes-s ger, C. gave for ain lTrontil llie stilislltisl i thi wa draemsriald
Ilio Ihti ci., ant i arccruon uliati nsw forces in Lomb.ris riil (pu li.heid I I'.trnf.) of ihe :it, J.inary, I,.U; : hin ;- ad liile thits conduct luis riisead thsl Judiiec
T n ul. Ittl'rs fIr n Ir rln re rive rl sit-ilitv, sio.l) r ol I** lin) In I'ris un I'ro.ll. li -i'7th instl.lli. after a ihlrt I vliniitlkost of lite ct liitlonity, so i) s l. i ste retire, la
laI ; limhy rpresr-nl Risiia i. riicrr ntlr. tint I trii 1p, in I'.- illnei. .1reil ie n years. 'Is .IIu Finily, thirl iltliahlier ul Ihe l )rt of .Mr. Nrbill, is delrlba d him, thll, llu l lay (
land, .astail dl Sir pirlty a iinlrigsin woilih t llit ('l il. l ul 1it' lieu Ilrlic ItrouI. tf Nasu, New I'riilencr." oc iiiiin) alould lie presIlll l to be ini lurf, Nis i d Iki
B*rln. In sine, Ihre isnl. ndi its lliIt&I. air' rip ftr u.ir. -- ..- ci. iilirce to resort it> an) otllsr nlode of rerfaliat.lst
Tiw L)utth, ua thIt 7llith, stnit 6IO) mesn to I. nhlliovn I treanvsu lMa 12th, 18.:12. 1 itlie use of llth tfio. A iprest figure will a tupohnla
(Noithli lirabon.) and lthe Diirch ai r s was pr-p.ii i lo, i1 a Tolte Ediilor of the Itakama Arg.a. I I.nure, rit--a a leader f a part Will liia pIart a
tnmveumsnt aling the wlh l line. Anil again it is saleuld Sln-AccIrate as are the represeasnlaills in .it-e A IllI r ll 1I It will rsecl dis. redil on Iliest, if dlri A
liat s verasl H,-l'ian reginlt'nts hlAve rrrivcd ullCers Ito id- I could not ILt Iperleclsly sautis as Ias ihe correctlnms if ThI'le person at u hose inslancei, I belihte, the Ex-Ol.
ruenr towalits alt Dlutrih friliers. (;rea activiv is oul- li staliement in your ptper of thle !hli insl.ant, relative tn emianiii.ii, Iact.edI firitit particular muti s and frtal-
served in Iilt bureau of tihe generall laff of tIllt ais In. eile ricil and seMence sof i'ar(i|lilatson's ne(ruLos, until I not a filinl Rogenrs, olf respect ,fr viou; lur in het.K
Wht lisiil wei say to all tlies rreprts l Is it probable li.tuI hail i..Idei soimD nciry ilnto it ; anit sl y igrrlat altunissih- e nmitlt ileli.te tile Inai wo li) Ii nl swallowed itd
tim- Niorlhern Powers will sulTrr Fr.inrr to interfere in lthe ment, I lave Iluind all to be tria. To 'he' powi r hali tlinrt uf beiin kinkeil,-and taniely suitalied, ls~et
ITfaire ol' Belcium 'The whole fulins a political riddle' has bitn anrroigald in ltlis ( Colony, by selling at nounih tin, to It. protclainLed a blase, rorsAlly liar. Nodis,
whitil it is dillicil so unravel. sanctioned laws, and upsi ling useul and long erlablillsh h i,,,t,.s,.r, in yor ,o pinion, I(ogers-" Bletter is a brlis;,
Iruselrls, Vir*la I.-Hv an extraordinarv courier front r.eglatiims, I could never lavu imagin.edi liha thei. powers sht a dead lion."
liw lirguei. urirveronlent lhs receivedllo-ldmv,newsaolf dli hitherto supplied to belon tuo Otinipiiencie alonrt, we.. am, Mr. Editor,
utlosst lollariance. B a courir al Ihe Ilague fr lu Ln- I be asltaiun-d by nmere wrong-headed,niurlal maln, in visit- vour oaoblierntl srvant,
don, tih Utrtch government is infirmrel by its Minister at ing the silts of the parents on the Irads ut tlluil children. TYHANNIDIS HOSTIS.
Lunadun.llo. tim conferrenlr will not anilil the molificRaitn Are they to Illane, bhecamlse their nmodiero, like famed
wliicl King Williamde inrein the reaiv of Noveslber .1hi, Elis a ofi old, have with her exclainwild,-" C'.rse n aill
andt dittalhr resntatwnivs. England. a Francedrenri- tl- laws, but ihost which love Inlsae ;" ani have cti rln Filt io the Ilauphinoeie, of the 14th iod.
.d in lhe moti positive manner the ralilication of liLat to that fiePng 1 Are nil tl) aillt brown population ol G" (; lILi, IMrc IS.
Ir-aly 1y Russia, Ausria, and Prussia, a pnrnlimnary ito i' I IlWand, (lur they an' all illegitimate, willh le exieptiont Yelseri we wrtle Ra ligll arccoun of a stsilpsh mi
nuegllationsl n any othrr ubljerc. By lim same caru ier of the "deent anI wll rondilucted inhaibitanl .of lite Crick which l.adi ausiled thl ow : andi, throsin a little ridi
time english Minister received orders from his qlvernnmeitl 'I e"lten'ito l) o Inie juslice, onl account' t f llrir illoci- colle p lon the esxess of prt vention taken by hie autio-
1t' nrela~eit that thl preteeoions of King Will'inan rcnnot i tinmry 1 And i the distribution of partial jusltre to lbe one l. ti, repeatel for dte Irentlh hime that ullsess, moi 's
bh complied wilh,and allt the governments of Franrce "I Lp "ara"te"mnts ol this iner awd promised hthapy lich rembarra., the ruilstnls anil phlasiir' of the ipepIp
and England feel their honour comproniied by s long a re i A slaimecnl, no donid of t woc| liing ou Il. re, in lat, prievi nivre more lanigirous thln Ibf Ilhreat.*
dikily. Trial, tle sentence and its ilitiratlion, will be furwad.i4 tn l -I dlisirdirs which they prift-s to tisulil'. Ve 'at
On Ihu fiNl Count ()r ffreceived despatrhes from the I Lord (;olrictl. It must not be umled : lt will sirw lrrn lii. arlitide, for to-dlva it uloild lir indernlt liiolot.
Russiaa Minister at London, informing him that nnoti ili- I how clsecrly the work is eetiing on, sand will entitle us, a. blood lsao Ibtcn shied. Illood hlas been piled in (in.' t'
standing al which had been done to induce the English I well to s,,m namre lurralice guvernrlitel, as to a K. ('. a I"..n remarkable for the iialidness of its people. ai, I
tid Frenod governments In relai, tlhoe covernnenls had B. after -n'" himines is inidsld. But wldlt would Hli n.rver encourured Iie disputes if pani v uhern umne" "
dealeiil that natlhing huit the trelily of NTv. 135tl wnid L'ordship say, if askerl-" Hlow does it lihappen, that, most opposite opliniuons InMs to Itesl on s ile i nl I1 'lk
hl ratfli On d llh Sl CO(unt Oriolff Ihl a long confer- under your nove, any Lord, illegitimcy is raised o tihe ltrunts, ai1 whose inhibildiit lived luovgeihr aq s 't'i "
nce with slitr Minister of King William, in which lie re- motl distinguiaild rank, flintlne, aod lioinulor in the king. :" Greinoble pa;,ed thruughl the ordenI of ll r Ie '
prenlted llaml tli propsuitson of the Kinig wa inoadnlii- dl'dom while in lis Majs.tly's Baalisna Islands, it is to ac- I without violence, without rioting. (;rtilei!oe a "ca
asble.--Tl peace of Europe, e said, ought not Io r- cmred, a' to sla1 out from the pal' of juIice, ite coloirl nrei o pieiid wilh firiign troiu|, asill eId for gsot ''
main petemtlic on accomat 4o this sate of ihiouf I hjf subject uunrmtnuAely ituated i" A i A, willal tIhats de.. Ird ts of the I)kke of Anigoiulein. Frc''r1liea1"
ik arem His M.laj y wmtl not relinqnish hIi position, fernc which Ir cmmrei to be due to Sir James Carnli- --tle revohltiuon of Jnly--rwre rq ilircd be-
France w uld invade Hlllanl, snd Russim would rresain elcel-Smyth, 1 wilriake leave to ask hiiu, may not isi coldl he slied in ltie streets of (;renolel. .
oieemL On accounlof these reprosenltaions he hdesandt- trodt, iis sinceriay, be ,Iotlled, on using thesi r nmarkalie Forced as wel are to trace tile clrcumrt'lsate
ad a positive answer, whether the King would or wuald exoreasionst-rGentrlmr I am recr unhappy to re /ojt in have brought about the ldeplorable catastlroplhe t -e
os ratify the treaty of November 15th. Ilirs.Vtjr t'iO rmmeni t Hmfufse,-rrco-nio, nio diistiir- lhate o1 rdrdle, we do not desire to add to tls iw. er"s"n
The Miniter of foreign tq fal ha insg neIwrid in tin tlies, Oa rdfIreers, betatcm there frre sucer.s i'f His which i.iivrsallvy prevails, and dllinulg our bi ,ul hwoi', 1
negtlive, Count O(riiff declared thu the Emperor Nirch- Jiajfty'a lk#as Islandsl,-witen he leis ihl it r-r.. r.l- lips t mlille, andi our craniped finoers r fuse In hl ibe
as imedoad o the Kinegd noUlnd U to L i to He IHe n ed as his opinion, thtl the diocriptiIon i.r., 1, I i, 1.1. p ,, iu l., l ,et.ndlriavlIr to Ifulil ith can111is a idul" L]
lttad tM Ilue, ard set of for London. On th 2ith s~ies addrdmi, aMr not dmtile from their Slav- to 1s.li, as n.evr moire painful.
pll 'Ietionsirlertof Ameria and Pron i at she Hague respectt nd to ltht obedienre whirlc is lien to Iciinrimae t On Sunday about 15 voumne men,in drr*esse w
aent in ite rlificalioms of their overigns reaeective l. birth. WIatever kind frtlinEl I may hIave fir tho free Anthorities shoih puip itr lo regard ai firnii "n R '
oloured pop on let i t not be iiiagined thai I am pot- i-nlatiion of tle Memrn rs of lc .Mini andl Dlli ol r
We obtnere by our its ppersn afr New York, that line maell f orwal as their champion ; I know thi sher lircl pertonters, proinenailed lihe street' of (reo'tl_
it hli bran proposed, dlo tihaduty pon Salt in the United infamintion with which they are seized, kept alive hy tlit i with Ihe biudgei accompanied with ilte t o u ppl"rlrr,
Stan sIU he Muaed on bal--suy, i 53 caom per artfi, the dvinimg, and the Interested, is not lt persi, t crrlit%, repr-rellned in Ihe nanlner as in tIe F" dl
bil 56. u nad o."ff 10 aeer lo be wnolr 1d: they will notl thai they are r male thlie Trie.tris. risii proreion, ricmisin. of carrier' '
Lo I.i~ Ll 'Iard o 10 inwruments to perfect a rain wtok ; and lnthe lusin grnllrmen on houreacrk, went to the perk de Fts'I
Turks Island. Slkt is quoted at 50 cents pr habiel, in will. I lar. only vanish when theyv, widt is, are ingulfed, where the garrison were at irhal mionle I t i" ref 'il
the Now York Courier and Enquirer. in tis vortex of rin. h the GenaerI. All thi dlisoirler hlid, thec prles'o
The arbit ilry measure t of proceeding hi E \-O)l ci in- ca'-ed was, to ecil. Ioir-s of .ii.-hl'rr froi i diT, e
.' A ene Alnrg ktis, fr ibhe c nrw era." fsrmtiuon, was generally understood to be resorted to onl p e.r~ns a ho saw it. When the n..aquerad lsi hiesvur;











ar. "r oal r es ot lanery oe. pUsON gIsl
hdrw bletd aN i t ed yoa..s *ftI S vY HENhY GoEENSLADE & 09.
SThe crowd clwlos between die ftnbl hme bva J B aiE.\
d soldiers having made withilhind hbayones,i an adv a "ed
e..i ; cry of INdl.igeo was he rd, and Iwo or PlUT OF NA AU .'
*m asp were thrown. This violence, however, was -At the B ro .
;ih disapproved of. Thot who formed pert of tie ARRIIVED, At 11 9641 As IL
,iimrare we the a t to request the nuhiltude to n- May 10lh-Am. chr.SingleSailor, Filgald, New Yrk W l uiil
saoedmr, *d aD with joke, in pcrfrilt good taste, Flour, Biv.f Pork, Ac. Ac. B Champaign.
,.*Jn ams o c wl wich they were asailed. The ul- to H. GOHsNLBn &LA Co. V doe eal,
.d br, who had es arrested by an officr, retired behind lAh Sp. Ichr. St. Juan, Bina, Cuba Do. Do. OGerges,
la pie, which was closed. Fustic, Tubacco and Sugar, Liquwma, Olives,
ST'e crowd Increased, and it was then found out that a to JdaN Tanooeo & Co. Maraachino, Sald ON,
.'ficulty had been very uselessly cretedl. The gute was II. M. hlr. Monkey, Lt. Iercer, Cru'is Saumages, Liqoarilm,
opened ; the carriages and horses formed peiiraeabl. 'in handed Wine, &c to Jour Sroau. Vinegar, AlmcedOil,
fr., followed by as intinoosn crowd,a, an, fer having Ie- 15th tSp. schr. E.rella, Aguda,' Cuba Shol, Medicies,
Sirlde rund rt d towlpthe acto in die farce were about Ant. c lhr. Franklin, Grino A1, Bmton Prints, Glassware,
tI rake iof their asdwe. L Lumnbu, Shingle and Pork, Elegant Sofa and Chain.,
All was linbsled; aid of aisl acene, which had nearly Am. schr. Caua Ann, Miller, Philadelphia Ditto Chandeleer,
beeoiim fatowl, authiig would lave reaimined except tdi Flour, Corn, Brad, Beef, and Pork, Chain, Baskets,
wih to prolog the carnival ill Sund.y, according to Ie Sch. Pomona, Miller, Philadelphia China, &c. &c. dc.
MMle cstom, if ti authorilles Ibhd not been imprudent Flor, Corn, &c.to B C. CI.XTON. Being par of Cargo of late Americtn brig Ckarl
asag to &rUidl-sh masked bell which had been a- Am. srhr. Lafuyette, Savoy, New York Captain Stetson, lost in her passage from Mar eilles to
gan rl Ior tine evening. Flour, &c. to II. G cN osLADE & Co. Matanua, and sold for the benefit of the conceroed.
This proiliobitin excited considerable irritation among Terme-CASH before delivery.
dSeyongnc men, tie bull in question being generally very CLEARED, May 16h.
wll illttended. aid looked forward to with much anuietv. .My lOth-Schr. Leo, Young. New York BY HENRY GREENSLADE & CO.
T ic te lw Mivur wont to 1I. Drval, the I'relect, to on- 15th Scltr. Bahamian, Prudden. St. Kint --
rvour to induce him not to insist uln ltie execution of " Am. Ichi. Ilyder Aly, Place, dtarleston Os Friday aeut, the 1t* int *e'
aolrder which creatlu so imuclh disconiiint uas I) be likely " Sloop Lively, Clarke, Baltimore AT Tvaa visnouE nous,
toleail tou I14 consequences; and tiu .Mavor als und,-r. A- t 10 O'Laeh. A L
ltek to Ih security fur the public tranquillity, if things SAILED, Will be sold
wetr. allu ow to gain in their usual train. T'[i Ill'rtct, 13th Schr. Leo, Young, New York The Cargo of te Amerian chooner Lafajyet., o N ew
bnrver, was inflexibkl-lu had made up his mind to ruo 16th Sclhr. Bahlianin,Prudden. St. Kitts York, consisting of
saol iu force. PI'.A ENG.ERS AILED. 100 barrelafresh Superfin WhIat Flou,
\\Whe the play was over, and lthe ball was to lhave In tho schooner Leo, for New Yuok :-John Wildgoos. .5 ditto ditte ditto Rye ditto,
eiemuincul, the diooro were closed. Liud iniriiis were ir Es:4uire, Lady and family. 111) bags Flint Corn,
marend by suioe young men alho were stuaisned iear thiue 10 tierces London market Rice,
letre ; bt ithiv countoled llous,.lvues ali this epre.e IHis Majesty's schooner Monkey, Lieut. Mercer, arriv- 50 boe Tallow Candle, psat eights,
Sion of iliir theilinit. m ed here on Saturday from St. Dumingn Key, with a part H.am, Chese, Lard,
Y lterday the voluh of the town, discontented at 01 the cargo, (conrisling of wines, Ac.) of the Anericnn Smoked Beel, Cider,
ihsinz biIen deprived ,,f thll r aniiaset.e-.ts, ldescaenled in brig Charles, Captain Stotson, of Boston, whicl was 15 barrels Clear Pork,
a n' .iaured terrm upon the. rm'ndlct o l tier tlulurities, wrecked there on tise 2th nit. in her passage from Mar- Albany Boards, CvprM Shiogles,
and as nihlil-fnll wentl to the Prelfrture oif lPlict, andi by seilles to Mlatnzas. The crew saved. The master came ALA5O--
cries and lni,-lr sheulsod their ditl,.lieaure it ithe I ur es irll u in ti e Monkey, for time purpose of procuring vessels, Part of Cargo of schooner Cam Ann, from Philadlphia,
adopted y i61. D.ivel on the pre'ediin ervin'in.. to bring ite remainder of dtm cargo to this pi r. vL.
\ prol of tlhe troops of the line having conio up' [ II.. I l:\ LD i O. up Superine Flour,
ehe yI)IIn I.IIn pacicoly left tie yard i f tire prleecturri, L & Pilot nll Navy Bread,
the rsie ul which was uocupiid Ity tim r tldirs oft'tei pairln. On Tursdy, their 22d inmtan, 100 bulls ('orn, kegs Tripe,
A Lr.up cuitione.tld pposile, u hirlh had i ,.s ,ei i inilrced At the store of 31r r. lMilntell, in lM.rklt-street, Corned Beef, do. Pork in half barrels,
by n-w coln r. an.r d curio u afll de theii vioiferaitions and htiq 's. The nois-, honv.'er, g ra- %Will Ibe shld TermS-s-CASH, before delivery,
dualli dili:iiiwd, and the crowd began ito dlipersen, en, Without the least Reserrr, May Iill.
ai a M Inient oI' wl'rilct calmu, a pollice anlt as eter d a All her remaining Stck in Trade, consisting of BY IIENRY ADDERILY.
young ian, who is said to lave been quite preaceale, and Pavilion, Book and .Mill Mushln,
sendurluid lin i to the guard-loiaUsi. 'The sIhoiuinel Lild i Sitllninig fur dresss, (Ginglum., On Mrneday the "A inist m,1
hises, iltnioerilHIl with cries of Dl)Own ;ilh the l'rtct". Linen Drill, Tili ya, Crap, AT Tlt VIrDIJI HOcUa,
then re',mnmiie'ii'e-I with greater vliiirnce. \i11 i. o.ii-nin, I ,st platierns, Men's clothli Cap, Silks, At 11 O'elolk, A E.
from tle two opposite sides tif tin. rite de U.i, ia coim llonbasin and Buithnen, Satins, \ els e, Will be sold
3y ot eri'n.dies., and one of vulictgeurs, ul Iwl'tilt of Ithe L.aces and Hhlidunli, laise Drei res. Lace do. That valuable and well known planrtion, caled Cocoa
lie, being seen in tlle diitanrc, a Iva.rrd, .in charged Lace Vedil, G auze and Silk lfhiidkirrcliiefs, Nut (Hove, about two miles to the Wuslward of the lown,
with fird biyonult. Those wiho sau thIeII coIunig eiles- Gentlleieni's cultured andi black Silk ditto, contaiiinig 3z 0 acree-a great part of which hta never
vorture in vain to escape. They were truildln under by (Cuttli Blaces, Pearl, Uone and Lace Billions, Ieen udler cultivation. About ane hundred srrearv en-
the principal gruup, and were pierced by the bayonets of Silk and Cotton Cordl, Ruel and Ball Cotton, clo dl by atone wall, in ten acre pastur.
the enhlii s. Pins, 'lTpea nod Bubbiis, W. B. and black slip Tlhre is, on liem above tnact, an imnmas qcaslily of
We were i)resent in company with some Counsel!ors Thread, Firewood, lhirch woual render it a valuable aoideratimo
conectrei with hle Ctur Royv;lre, and several res.i'eclille Ounce Thread, Bint.rS., Prayer Books, to any person disposed to enter into contract for the supply
ci .sen, and we alirim, in tle face ,of Justice, that no Iulod busic Iooke, Legern, account Books, of the Garrison. Its inetimahble proud rties, on the come
mamm tn wseas ilaile, that no proivoation uas given to the Novels in sets, 1Silling and Picture Books, of iastuerae, are sowell known, it require Do resenomen-
sldirs, and that inidefence was attempted. Besides, ul Playing, Visiting and Converanlion Cards, dalion.--The Fruit trees are innumerable. and of every
what u woullil have been a summon, as% ollose who at- Ladies' and (Gentlemln's Silk, Cotton whole and description afforded on this Iland.
ens p*l to disperse were trodlen under foot, every venue half lilose, In front, there are from 10 to 14 arresof Guiea Gra.,
being liul against them, and tlie greater number itf tllnm Ladies' and Genllemen's Kid and Wash Leather well established and from Sr 0 to 700 Croa Nut trIees-
having been struck before tley knew that sIollirs had lovese, many in bring.
een present. We saw these soldiers; they did nnt mere- Ladies' and Ge(nllnwn's Shoes, AI.SO-
ly vadnce with their bayonets against ltle asmenbled citi- An assirlncten of Perfumery, viz. The following valuable Shtve, via.
es, huit they usad them wilt blind fury. We saw sone Rose and Lavender Water, otohli and Ilair SOPY, 34 years, an excellent Cook, Wadoer and
dsildren anil old men fall, buneatlh tiir weal1pns. They Powder, Ironer.
were struck to the ground, and wire trampled under foot ; Pomatum and Ilair Oil, Colone and Honey Water SUSAN, 10 years, Hous Serant.
and tli. frigitful butchery would not have had a termtina.- Milk of Roses,estract and Essence of Rose, JANE, 22 year., a good Cook and Waser.
tion if Ihe window of tlie allin hiad not been opened, and An asusrtlentuf Soap, a dittoof Tuos, TONY, 6 year.
lierdied a. a vluni to the citizens lh its il danger. Tooth, lail and Crt Brushes, 1% ILLIAM, 3 years.
A lise sa ie time, everv nirwl., every slplare, was A nsall assortni't nf Jewellery.
occu.pwl I lv the nailita .. Cries of vrengeancir ere he rd II'TII- I'EGGY, .6 years. Cook and Homu Smrvnt.
on ev,.ry idi,. An alelnpt to nl:Ike bairri(adl. wtas even n assorlnment of otl'er articlea. JACOB, 10 years, very handy a bot a Hosw.
tried plpn the Place Sainte-Clare. hit, taken IIupo a soalT- TER3.MS-Inmediate C \S11, for all sunti below 0 ; POLIDORE, 50 years, a Driver and Firl hand.
den. tle citirou were witllout sarl, and could tiu antuc ahove that amount, three lMonllo' Credll, on giving sp- BINAII, 46 years, dillo.
,ble tu''ther. proved security. JEFFEHY, 17years,accustomeod to work with a Masod
Thi t morning the municipdl hi, y lad a mretine. .B. Thewsale will be continued from day to day, un- and Plasterer for he last twuyears.
Th olfcers of tie nulional iroard a.ssenbihllI, and ,'mrnand- til the whole in auld oinl. n
ed to be put under arms. The alolo. io,;pulmtion ',as on PRINCE. 47 years, a Carpenter.
font. They call fur lulier, and juste.. .lhv m.st have. TI l MI BCHM RI3IU E PRINCE, jr. 15 years. accuolomd to drive a Ca.
"T'Ie C-,,or Rivale ihis also s.. n!hl.', and here is AS just re(ened,d Ter brig wrLasiitn and offers for AARON, 13: year., a very smart waiting Boy, pari-
hser reas in so u upi.ie that an inqirtr ill I,' male intlu sale at his si.nh, fitnm.-ly occupied by Mr. Wm. hularly bandy with a Horse.
ha T 'fair. There will be no, want if wilnee-, andl tlloe T. P'reston, the f oll nw.ag drugs and mtnlicarms, vra:- GORDON, II year. in constant employ nwh a Dray.
Sitheet will be above suspicion. The in,,t In.iacn.al Epsol F anld G!aulwr Siilts, Jalap and Rhubarb JERRY, 10 years, handy habot a IHn.
: fe lave been made victims to tdeaffair, and i., ,f .1 111 PItod,i., S-,tina, Flour SuiphuT Socotrine Alues, legurms-hrue miaslt' Credit, Cgwdf app sl-r.
isiniois (there are not two here smtotlhe l he. IM.. "of iL ,d1l) Blue' S.toIu, i'eii iinn Bark, Gum Myrri,. Car- catt*.
d~nvte to execration tile authors of this inifaious aJd bondte of Soda, lTaiiric .tid, Blistering Planter, May 16th.
"o.iarllv a.m.. s iatsiln Copperas, .urn Arabic, Pearl Ais, Crcan Tar- FOR I ALt E,--a redit,
STls nulmer of victim, has not Vr ben ascertained. tar, Manna, Calnphr, Bascon Ointment. Tor-d bul overe wih good E
Among then are two clilren, one aged nine., tlue other near's Cltie', Red Laender, a ulphnuric father, A andon buil o acctomed to bosh h adr-
:12; tlhy received a number of bavnnet cslas; sevirel Spirits Nire, Spiri lartshorn, Dlby's Carmina-S e. H to b d
-women, stunts, andtradesmen. As smeol' lie sound- Itie, c enry's Calcined Magnesia, LFronce Pep-S, 1.
I are in indigent circumstances, a subscripliuo lha been permiin,. Oil Clove, Oil Aniseed, Od Peppet- Iy 16.
*pnedl in Iheir fatvlr. Inint, Pectoral Balam, Honey. Steer's Opodeldoc. FOR NALE.
A mtinthr of Turlingon Balsam, British Oil, Sesilirs and Soda The choice of S Lot of LUed, with lti
A meeting oft the Comnnissiunrq of Correspond- Powders, Beonsan's Drops, Snake Root, Cha- bnildinngs d improvetmes tnheo aileo i
oa i. requested .1t Ihh office uf Corr.spondence, on momile Flowers, Oil Amber, Elixir Pargoric, Q Pri ee's treet, genls kw h nbyp thor
wturday next, thie l9th iniail, al ten n'rcl.k. Harlam Oil, &A. &c. :. t- Lghtfoot, or Cupid's Row.
r, r. ANI)ERRON, E. C. C. GROUT. For Terms and other plniculars, apply 1ot"he Bt
II; GREN.I. ADP.. N.B. Prescriptions will be carefully attended to and scribers.
JNO. SolMDRS. I *'lni,
I'. I. I. J(oIIl.Ng(. nm de up. 1 HENRY GREENSLADIE Co.
3Miy Ith. BRnI:ILTTrAYLOR. Slay 161h. March 3d.

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rase of dd b pim by ed3 W-ee Ld I es te la v f tfsd th salal, we MU- n c7 Eery parsem 4'a to lerv these Islanr ,
dro ss lim b me s r m i ks S 51do
end what on i,,efo. wit ts n i.a ,. n.; d d in-lt hmac ad aid. H r .esided tere.i.for at spa-e- of.. r 0. ..
wdule s i"He an ly Whet my be gleamd f Ma kesai's moten on Haiti, eie a- ity te Bwley'.O o p a
and totld le- lailt bayPpb sly of he b-. mnd a he melancholy boes, talt he agrn tham relreat aid Ofsfvfarnmarrm Dnav prI teo td s ,
ear pakre, di albvi, mao aght by the Iseaed lr woads, and bh ml till Ihe eart sulciest for their t, li ay l s daiirg vorr-a m f, 7 a
eoprl ronligela ad prqueM dlRVlles, wod eithr embelsee. The cultidnoa d the came ha ceased, oe- f oT l
wrested d a psemy bemte ia hbod d their mastu or apt fr the purpose of making a species of drink called maI e e toesid.
sinukng lan that idltene, l thal ris iaOi locidental to ua or rum, by meansof which they indulge their nalu NAMES OF PERSONS
their unare ad ati cdimaei, suhy would exist as uapro- ml propenaities of intelicaion and bestiality. To thibs Aooro orars anTIST ror DrPeT u .
liable aus of Adam. 'bey would be I nubnce to all as tes it that die slav would be reduced, that is, the ad February Elisabteh ga
orderly aed well-dispoed people, from their Idline, and imas of them; and thay will inevitably parish from the sath Eather RbnLe
disilpatd habils; and in the coume of a few year, wasted ant of that support which they now receive at the hands lth April Marg8m1 Chipsh
by disease provurbially prevalent among them, forced of dair abused laslers. The few of rhem, t hse who lst rFresm Jeim
frooi want to devour the very earth itself-lhese flee men have been reared to som trale by their otern, might Ist" r ily Johmum
would bitterly mue t!he hour dh called them free, and perlaup fAnd employment, if their ervics should be re- it "' MI. Ansede
vainly long for the return of that protection which for- quired in the proposed new stlae of freedom, which is very l0th marsh BlWd
merly they would leve received, rhen in want, from their doubtful ; hIt the field negro, when free, will never be in- ash May W. n. FIs
abued nimustur. We my vainly long for it; for, alas! duced, by any remuneration, to cultivate the soil perma- bth Ge.. oay
neither would the power or inclination to assist them exit nently : therefore, as a oecvmary consequence, ihe inanu-
any longer. Their oworr, driven front th island, o rr- facture of sulpr will ceas entirely throughout the islands.
gaining frnu inability to rcnove, could hardly be expect- Blessed hy nature with great fertility of aoil, tim islands, RU, iEad s 11.---'l sub hnrier u NDamplr
el to provide for the pIonr at large, as formerly day were witl little or no assistance from tie hands of man, of i l*
obliaud to do fol their i. it sick and aged slaves. Then tlenselves would sustain their respective populations. a new edition of his book of Speciisens, with wiib
would the warning voirr, once ns neglecedr, recur to II, Moreover, we do not hold the opinion that the slaves customers, and other Printers disposed to y froom I
nin.l. of t~! prjiectars of this tho lry ; and then, perhaps, theniselve would be inclined to set touch value upon thei r may be supplied on application at Ili Folndry, N., 10
lthey ai tht be iiJceed toi confess den.,,.lvn mistaken in freedom ; and this we venture. to my, having perused late- and 20 Augustus street, behind the City lall. He *vU
tllrir calculutiios, and ovoihaesy to achieve that change so Iv a work, the author of which is a gentleman resident in reme"k, for the information of tho ho hve ot base
bitnerly repr'm.ld on all hands. he island of S. Vincent, a lawyer, and, an far a we the habitof dealing will him,aind became a dileneaesw.
a a a know, not poemeaed of any property in claves himself. tiee ha been extensively introduced, thal hui book mai,
.. The h ook is mnnltiled A Hit or Iaccount of tALe ial nothing but the actual production oflis own Foadr,
It cnIues be a nerted, thar Chrislinnity does any where of i. I'inram by CAle S hppard, Equire.* I ad present a true specimen of what will be frniaLri
rrprsulrv leretl the cIntinuiance of .a ery. It in by n, itches very slightly upon Ilhe theme of srlveo y, citler one orders. Tie assortmnt i very complete, has beesd
noa.... the c.s. ; hat, on the conl-ary, it may hbe mil, in ,wy or the other, and ishiefly confined to a mere history lierately and carefully in twenty year brought to itu l.
0I,, i.person of S,. P aul, to 1have--s.,ewhat awkwardly vor of tim island, froit its firs discovery by Colulmbus to the sent high el ae of perfection. nd emnbrce a svirty
li..-, alt-on,-qivocally acknoledoel its existence, by presons time, and an interesting narrative of ile CliHrib asyls,adpted to different tastes and to the variousdepen.
hi. Iwt.'q( at a levour the O .alllcip.atian of a slave ho ar, which was wged between the origin po s s onof printing Newspaper, Book and Job, highly inih.
II. h4al h'llted withi n the pale of ilm church. of the island, aided by tl French and a English ed. and cast of the most scrviceaile metal. Not tot icno
o 0 ilers. In the course of the latter there is a passing com- the varieties which are distinguished by their usaben ia
It ; evidien, tlherefore, we think, that Iln atmument s moes on the conduct of all Chliribe to lio slaves, which lRtheO N Bk, i container 27 i z frn t
,. Jlerv Lsii, dir'ie.ll opp.ed b I C(lhriatianilt, i by ,u we givei the authr' Uds. t nd ITLIC 2 sie, from twel,-li
.a..r. n oi vm unans erable as we were at first inclined to About slas time the Charibi snemed delighted will TWO-LINE and TITLE. 15Sies, lin Culum
.silr. Slill, hunsrcer, tr would nut defend it on any every opportunity of -l.ahter and devastation. Ilitherno lian to Agate.
I ,e I r,,in,!. I a syia ,e, tti i, our systern, is one i they had carried then uehes towards he nhe -rNe i n a very Sl 4DED). 13 sires, Ten-!inte Pica to Long Prm..r.
Slirl,,i, ha row, ilit time and circunlmtanicos, rIn.n l,- w.ily and politic inauner; they had ofrr d thcs librtry, IT A LLAN, 7 sizes, Seven-line Pira to Lon. Primr.
Ir.at I,'ty T. lofl a ch child,to tm colosal monrt r wh,.h and cil.i'rte i .,m li.n i ,.* ie i : but, ilpnily Ir i e l i A i NTIQI 'E, 17 sizes, Ten-lin, P.ra to Nonlarea,.
'I. '-i. d l t, i whole wn ll l, ti*llthe, .bu iun act was pasu :l h.liitanis, al: prnpl. h. i, vor II,.ttering, w ia J ,jyre,! ItL t 'K, 1 sizes, Four-line Pira to Minion.
1,t lI. It l ,,it parliament ii lW1Ki. In that cel tlio Eest- !i.lt disdain. ,ComoI-, itvily very Irw espouol.lI llirI o()Pir N BL BCK,5 size, Fouia-hie PIcatI, (;rUrs P
olih-i 1 i-ir pIamltu he it slpken-wiae unaninona. No t inklretim, UJliJP a i conirl. alile IUIIt. ii.r I)opl~L'd t!Iheii, wel: nier
oer r',, ,ll il-.fnd tl brutal .vsteln l tl i icliit pti an end; anrtid, andl u ilier jalllianty cll lori triI.ld if ll li -r sCRIPT, 2 sizes, Double Small Pica an,' Crr P
JI incer Incr b then allsreniuon oil ilaidl Iain !s ten turned masters. In ronsrequeni e of thls infl-libility ot clnluct ier
'Is ..,i lah ime.ns ,of checking its progress. abro.a,, as well, In atim nerrs,, thel became I-,qually ault olpj.c(' of dl",ts- Besidt. Music, lack SlopeI, Ornarnen, I.rl et-,!
i i ', 'ur wa calouse ; slumn of money have been ex- nation with tllhl r nIsater (i.. 0e tlle (lhar lit); inntiidiatr Ltery F.Cl're., Piece I) actions, Superi ri, ,ti- ,i
i.,It'..l in keipiner p a ndil force, for tle purp,, o n ldeatil was i;,lirted on all uhto fell into dle hilds of tie nud m thr .ign.. Space it les, Brass R Ile, U(Jr,,r
n vi.ta! inl c ct h,' ,'erieetlta of tIe ereat fowtr. ; Charibs." Daselis, Lorn Brarce. more than 2UO l 4n i a r,
in't,rle as reiisrd oursciies, we fear to very little i t 4Ii tI) Cuts anll Orn;lanrnts for FIrthol Booie, N se
l,,r|,,, lluo ever, a .,m ,, u1 l ; p is no w put to Ihat, L., -- l
i. wil. h formerly n.s t only au noo but tou- 'l Whether considered a' ris Ion. ,,. l'app.in.es, utoralilr, Ialrs, and Scientific t-rks.
ndne wil encournrl w y s go.n nlondt; and In or existence eat large, ai e hlave already said, we datert Orders for any of hese, and al. for Preses, Chea,
hsnni ma l o a crimed lfr which g boon men; ormrand Ihat 11te love is nro in a Iar prefer able condilio.,, being Cominu'ing Sticks, (aoss. Furniture, Pri ting Ink, or ag
his lno t .,tr a crindu ce which a doon rinas formerly still a, slave, than he ever can be when fre, allrle with It, thinr required in the Printing ,huasii.s, will be executed a
henor dot asf t i wndu aeof ct. e do npt repin: Lue asi,; Iree.m his mind t, entlargeil n .".Urulousl. We ol the .ost favourable terms, and with lie utmost preowp
wh- we conlntr the acts of frsiu r parlIYame ts ilt corse a'lde llto that species of lrt,-im .t wi ; IM, soi, tI'1i', a large stock of iethe ouindry articles being a'ls
Ihea of the present, and ruminate oil the prospects or dte sin in the event of his instant ant ll ,'ileo en,,' ;. Ion hAnd.
fuliuIe. We se an assembly at one time holding ogult 1 mlon. In his later state in. wiulk, hFe cred lr by no It Printers of ncwsnapers ulho publish il.adtlmrur-
e "I) inducementlevery encouragenien l to the West In- one; wherr's, as a slvre, Ie is nouniisledl nlt rlwrisha ,1r mena tier irnts.,, and lura-'d a .over c....':nngatl lo
luian, rearing him as a tender infant, and fr much die m in sickness, went, and age, and his paini anr a ietat led by i tll. I odri., will recr-ve payi.en. for (i. mw,. l 1rv par.
nlaun ia a mother would, because the kept of her r regularly appointed nselicrl atltndants : inake Iani fe, chase frount the Foundry, to fimn times lls nian-nuni.
.dprad usp his succoanr. Yea afer ye enc ic in arll r ing to nonu--|Hrllap r .lny th GEO. BRUCL
icremaing a ide of revenue deri ved frotm h ae tlwk ent e a source of dread to alll--ad he Iacomes wretclled and New York, January, 1912.
iocreasing life of revenue derived frol vemillootie mee oin k o
nor do we niar any complaint from the piaamas against f|ir s .
the clrav duties imposed by the mother country. Sod- Mr. Slppa'rd, after enumeratine sone of the impro.e- W[ST trECLIVED, pet brig cr KHEIA,. fmrm Lir-
denlyhowever, he ppe i charged ith heay clud, lately effected in the state of tlhe coloured popul- e pool, rie frlrwing articles, which tI. Subcribr,
denly, however,sthe proagleri charged wish heavyc"- onaa, tion mi ls oa'ar s iv foe tASK:
.nd the Wes Indiaa perceive their blight fortune chang- 1o.o, add oil jn I w lor ('ASH:
sin. Thea ar-s in t a erceie a not of rmenin rsadvocnae Notwithstanding ell tihes, there is one lamentable d- Zebra Striped and crfrical Socks,
.trenuouhy sta he alitio e a kot of de whi o /rdrl c ae cency . There is no public or private establisment Women's Stocki.ng.,
Strenuously the aoliio of a d t tra whith f meMe rly se a for the relief of the a-d or scrk poor whie an' l free in- Fancy Union Drill,
i ry e o enmasI o prail.their iseuiar die The arbilos: while the ilveson air estates in their old age Cunsto Drill, Sewine Twirn.
trale ir abolished, and ithe expense of cuhivating the tajoying the comfort of a decent maintenance, from lHair Cord and Furniture Diluity,
lgiar-cns iTareasens a matter of course ; from tha e support of their masters, the safirm or s bick site or Iron Po, Duoch Ovens,
rune the pl.esra ilmas ibly begin to perceive, that lheir fre pe.ra has no resource but individual support and hta! Irons,
imteres is o prnearat l lives of their slaves, and the r- charity; and this, i a country where s few ties of re- I lro Tea Kelles, ain'd inside, c. &c. A.
ntl is a gradual amelioration of deir condition-a change slatonship exist, must necessarily be precarious." W. I. B. SANDS.
which is plinly perceptible to those resident in de Wes D. not this speak volume as to the comparative hap- MAy 11h.
lIdies, but of ae can ever he appreciated by dihe P of the two claws, the free black and ve ---------------------
people oof Englad. Not contest with this, the eme maen, s ere any one so romantic as to say, better starve and NOTICE.
aepr a whilEam ear ldyiesistupoetheahrasity if ema die of disea as a freeman, th an live happily as a slave A LL PERSONS having demands aePinsti t Fb' e
ipafting a hie ea'e i now o our disio t chloniy The case, in our opinion, admits not of a doubt. There A of Joseph Sounders, late uoi a I. is o '1 *
outany citing h he aves o o di o colonies, i is a gentleman resident in the town of Kingston, the capital Providence, enllenan, dea r -
the lany hme aqu ireed b law, in e property of b he f th island of l Vincent, by far the healthiest and plea- the same duly astested; and ii .. :
athe a, and who claim a iesbold riht ofp y oerd Isr et of t(he island, and his, Itimony freely given, in a IEstat, are likewise. P Ite e, i .
thema. They rses the hmbam of freedom, ad y on pure wish to bettr the ate of the community at large, nen, at the ofice of (. I'. .. I .
theiruside Lai easiud, ad porpoaely a i-bd. linm n goes to prove how infinitely superior the condition of a THOMPSON SAiS.It. ', I 1-
of Ide people. whal idor. a y min d coected Ws larv is to that of a freeman in that island, when age and April 2d.
with d subject, a daily craemmd wih hery nams enor d sickness oppres hii. We may take this ai a specimen
nwoit a la, ad to woal aimne ed wpait dished of the rest an dis Let y one. like Mr. FINAL NOTICE.
up with all da &Ail if a F =cook whe, va ai e p eippard, vimit the hut of the laeic, and watch hint nar- I.r
fvehaundiedia. Thyarewiforuedhathe Wa l "rovy,e' him rie to dis work, and enjoy his hoIydays HHE SLBSCBRIIltERS. in ,. 1I.,1t',. mrne "A
dias alls thD sla a reports a rprepagtd of wih the ast of a hoolhov; and then let him go into the concern.of the late CI:a J. Salun ... .i., Ireiiy
Slaceratd in ha di orway, and gadd t 'own, and there inspect the residence of the free people notify to thoe who sill ren>a:in i, iuted to his Estate,
ato ra ktesl in soe nLs dienh d uednrti, and gus on of colour. and the poor whie people also: we may give, that unless their respective demands are aiquid.atd IPt
au work allr Tobm ari hmed, de Iu et voicea of the we imagine, a shrewd guess sa to the result of his obser- vio s tohe 1st June, they will be placed in die hands of
peop are reserved for ch a would do away wih such a li While, however, people talk of cenes of horror an Anorney-at-Law, for immediate recovery.
Vosae@, which sever existed vn wora times hich they never witiasd, sad perhaps only dreanmed of E. M. SOLOMON. E.ecrar.
slre, asdi mary does not at the preeat day exta in weir heated brains after a long debate in he ousame, C. S. ADDERLEY, Executor.
in heated bran ( te am ic o mthe mt =&he I March Slat.
in & heated hLsL of the fanatic, or ha stc w' can hardly hope for a jus learing of a fair statement March al.
di te md wih dam a oth f tic tmt ek.Of s acts which may bf produced in evidence to sup EXp. SALT, for le as 15 cen pr buel.
pees forth as iclarne rhepeedy lasto tohe horr per she yaw we havek of thin A yao
or slavery, amnd i rseck'osud a great achr a ihis I- I thrlinOhI Account of the island of St. Vincent. HB THOMAS TiHOMIPSON,
rpsl. Tha k ah wld be id away, don not Wr- rharles Sheppall hVml. London. W. Nicol, Cvlanod Hto;. At ar t-h.
prus u ; but thliat tlose wl call theniselve the gtrhlkeuent St. Jamesmr i. February 4th.


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t > w •• %i^&. .? ; ^f) > Al i IT fi \ ei)$ Ma'^awn girflitg /VuM /Ac EvtmU^ Mail, March 7. It apiM'art tUl tht nuircltaNU aod pUnters connerted wiih ilie CiowH Coiunk't in Umj Wi-l loJie*, have eviiici-J ^r.;!i reptiunancfc, ami uliertfd loud complaint*, a^aijisl llie liiiMilar .l<'jaich of Lrd Gtidefit'li, dated 5tli last .\ociiilM;r, whcffin Ow Coloiiwl Sccrtiary laid down onnluiportiiiii r'tuUti not ap|i<'.ir titat tlif ihve proprietor* can find any means ol" resisiinjj. A MMilirncc Iruin ono of Mr. ('atining's s|H.'.clie! is qooied ol ilieuj Ciirrid on itrflave-trade much later than other*, ^ crcaMtd, whil at the same tnue the produce h ^'^ •lid consequently have "lor*? •^'''<^ ^h*)* general notlieir plantations was diminislied. It is !? V*' "^ ^'i ill the ob'rvaiion!" of the connnittee of West India pjariiern, and ron>idTahlf -iritanres of (ho slave, why then tlitf '* i#iiprovoinMii" spoken ^>i by Mr. Cinning proceeds riamrdlv ihro ijh ih hipiMMK, — if the slave* be overwoik;d, and, when furion> r suUr relieving and improving I' Ci'i ? |ri iiniinc*'s, be easily acceded toby the West India iiiti>rnkh the suirai ^ioiiri. Ill iM)ii)|iAf the duly on rum with that on homemid • |>i:ii, arid lu admit iiMtUsses to ilio distilleries h're ill l^n*^tao>l, where the application of m dt to the munu* lactiire of ke-r mi;;hi be exientled in the same propurttoti, Mud lie eiipivriH'uis of the p4>r consulted, instead of heiii;; so inexorably sacrificed a^ tliev now are to tiie landed iiH'Te-i, — fiirtlMtr, if the West Indies be no longer com|K Ued lo rr^orl to :t dear ami distant market, instead of a co.iti.nioiis tiiid ch"ap om-, for thi; articles of tirst necessii\ of which tliey stand in nH'd, — Parliament, or the executive Ciiv>rnin<;nt, may tlien enforce, without scruple or eensiiiP, u|K>n tlie colon it^s, whatever course of aiavv relief Ant\ aiiH'lioration shall appear tlie mo'U eli'ectual to its pitrpuMf ; nor is it apprehended thai the legislative assembly of any of iho isUmla wdl. under such ciicumlanc's, be di^fxised lo tlie slightest op|>osition. Wa are not sofnciently iiiasteis of the subject to decide how far the circolar order of Lord (.derich is calculated to achieve the re>ulis aniicipaie"tist diller in some lespects from itiose of tlie Creoles. 1" he laws res)iecting evidence, for example, it would be scarcely proper lo apply, indiscrimiaalely, lle same euactiucms to i'agans imported from Africa, and to Christian slaves who were, in some degree at least, acquainted wilh ihc truths of the gospel, and the obligations oi an oath. It is not meant that in the lapse of lime the eaactuienb must always remain dissimilar, but that soiue dili'ereiice slniuld be made in regard to the (>enod oi iliuir introduction intotlarespective colonies. In this point of view Lord Gixierich evidently misunderstands ihe leasoning of Uie colonists.*' • • • • • • ** Il is notorious, that the idea of emancipation generally entertained at preseni by the slaves is not ^o much the right of choosiug ilieir master, and working for wages, as absolute freedom from labour. It is evident that this state of feeling is the most unfavourable that can be to improvemeul, and that no luuo will work cheei fully if his mind is continually haunted wilh the idea that he should be, by ri hi, in so much better circumstances as not to work at all. It should therefore be the fust great object of the Cfovernmeiit lo frame some measure which would correct thee mistaken notions, and which would so operate upon the slave, that he would be prevented, on hereafter procuring his freedom, from indulging in idle habits, or reverting to the deplorable condition of the savage. There can be no doubt that the cobnisls could sug.;est valuable ex)H.'dieuts for accomplishing this end, if tlie rights of private pro()erty were regarded in the same sacred manner as is the case in respect to property in Great lltiia'n. Let tlie Ifovernmeut, in its acts, give a full •guarantee that, under every change, tlie existing rights of pro|erly are to l>e preserved, and tlie colonists no doubt will promptly, clieei fully, and elhcaciously pro(>use furtlier measures lor forwarding the work of amelioration, and pppating the way fur final emancipation, much better than any that have hiilierto Ix'en propos<>d in this country. Uut it cannot for a momeui bi' e\peclealch of the Colonial Secretary under animadversion is solhcient to check, if not !o siitle, any sentiments of cordiality that might arie amongst the culonisls to co-operate with the (jovcrnmenl. IIICII pMiitaiMJiia *aa uiiiiiiiisim'u. If ij y.f,\\ i "* British plantation sugar has to conip4Jte HJtb f *" '**< in tlie general Kuropean market ; and while th*'^" '^'*' things continues to subject the British colonic ? ***'•' ed charges ami disadvaiinges, is viriuully lo ru '***'••' possessions, and to encourage tiie stave ifa '" ***' *** colonies, which this country, after great eto* *'*'^ enormous sums annually lavished to foreiim p'^*** '"^ spent on the coast of Africa, has long eiulea***" *"^ have supprtted. It is truly important to considr**^ posing nitttiires of amelioration for ilie British lui*^ that the question is not whether sugar can be m'l^Ii **' those measures, but whether or not it can ba '"'^ cheaply as foreign sugar, with which it must ent**^ ** competition when it is brought to saltt Lord r '** seems, in his despatch, quite uncoiisci""-' "^ distinction." ''^" ^ fft Accounts from Demerara yesterday, are to the lOil, January. It is found impossible to carry into S,^ orders of the Knglish Government respecting lU ^ the resistance is nearly universiil, and the Court of vT' was to meet at an early day in Fobiuary, when rl (!^ measure resorted to would be, it was said,* the MoppTge^j all supplies to the Government of the coluuy.-Jw^ Chronicle, C:^ Every penon about to leave these Islands, afu, having resUled therein for the space o/thirtt da,wu( i^e security at the Secretary's OJire, or put up kisnam v, saifi Office fitrvw J r.v.s days pre virnis to hisdrparturf—tf. ter which, at any time dunng FoKrv-riVE dam, a Tuktt may be obtained, NAMES OF rKRSOXS ABOUT TO OBTAIN TICK.KTS FOB VrTAtiTVU. Klizabeth Sullint Kslher Kubinirm MarjiHrpt Chi}>iliaM Frreman Juhosi^o F!milj Juhnnoo W. I. Alcxandfr John Wiliigooj Miss Dennis • ^arah H;l
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'i I * r i-i f i| f> i ^ TSa iLRG-IJsV O.. My.Hijr eveuiuK. .h ichoomr Pun.onH. i-.,Z^ Mill.r. auJ ih.. A.iM rir^M srhoorwr, Cav^a A.ui, fuDf ,i„ M.IUr. Im„|, rrivH Ovrn Pl.ilHrJeJpJ.i^ ; nrni >,.sienJ.v "...ruu.g, il.e AuuTicK,, ,cl,.K>ntr L,.ravHte, CMn,aJ„ 4voy, rruu, N. w Vrk. Hy ,hu ahoCt, vessel w,h>ive rre^ed our rc^^.Ur f.k. of „,..,,,.. ,H,rH Jrun,' ti.e tuM n.mod f,lar to .!,e 2.J, h.kI Iruu, tUv lauer to the 5.1. I...MMI, •ndu..v., wl.ici, contain Lon.l..„ .lau-n to ,1,,. cvcHUKol tiMaKtofMarcl., Liv.rp.K,! ,o tUc Kt ultiMiu, nNJer ihi, ,o in.licati•n inif.li.>n, on the p^.rt of Hi, LonUhIp, to j.ive it more fiv.Mirable reo-ption in its p,ts..nt shape. The •' qyarUr srsMioHsr n inferior .ourt. i th... cau>c given — ..,,....,„., ...iuii. 91'uiiu oi Mnoiti, Ills RxM,e„e,then^.rnorha. imported h, the bri, Rosellv^rhr^:;"^!:::;;!^^^:-'-!^;:;^ n.ll. •^ml.oo.lo.torl^ purpoH. of p<.p.ua.o., Ua| may, i. a Le.lirberat: ^'^^^^^^^^^ name of ^,nj„h, already .oo deeply enj-raven upon the k'^^ucaiiy the elie.i of hiileuel **'" ''*•'" '•••Bds of the Cofichs b\ his admii.istraiion. ^ '''* ^^ s"flt*r wrong is an artfuu',!' .^7'*"*^ This piece of Smlpture is n.w |yi„. on the wharf at "'""""" "' '"" ^-"*" winch it was landed, whuie, we presume, it will remain untd llis Kxccllem-y shall have decided up(M a fit spot to urect It. We nudcrsfand, iot this purpose a Coonrd of toadies was h<.|d bsf Friday, and the area of the i'ublir ^jioptionof.idsarbit,.;;;;;;:::^^^^^^ Uu,>jJand (.eorge Can.pLell And.rsort: '"^^^ •'.• rhaile.u.nf,, ,|.. ..ther for hein. tC'lP"'''"''^*. If.iL'e, to the^-reat terror of Cluojes R .' "^^ r^ HexcMedtl.er.sdnl.tyofallp.. ,^X'^•\^.^^ ,, ,, • ^ — ". ."-..unr ;•-; -er. charyod, at tl.e traces Jl^, 't^ ^^ ...er .h.,n.ies of the .h .eo. .d., will p^tli r :!Z j ~-!-::-:~-^^^ ov..Ooker of the ,>oblic o.fues. or not ; ue. however, !'•-' ^^ t•-^ -IdclMf j^sth'tlj^^^ think Il,s Kxcellency will hardly have the tlf.ontery to ask '' J"" ''"'"*'• ^^'''* ^^^ couuUnaure of Hi'' u'-''^^^ tot .nde.nnif.cation l.om the next [fon.v. of AssiMnhly -In ^ ,'/" / !'7""' '''"* *"/"^'^'^ '^''Z' 6///./, 5?"^'' ^ • • piileU to /,avt recourse to so outraurutu ,"•' As another le.nlaiion nf ,U;. .^ "' "./"''^"/•'r. the history of rohni.hns' voya,.es, wo f.n.l. that wj.en he was in Jamaica in {Treat wantof food, in consequence of the MHlives having ,i„pped their usual supplies, he, by what to then) apiurared M iiiirupl v;.,u... i .i ', .. 1 prufM,|y as an eicnse for its postponement from tlw ttf,h ","*"'*' '""^ '^"'*^*''' ''"*''" "'""' "^''Ppli'N he, by what tc to the ninth. A lurilwr creation of Ieer .. consid.Ted I "i!" 7***'''"'*^ '"'''"*''*'• '"'''.''"'''•''d 'hen. into ohinlience ii<..(Molotelyn.q.mite, loeflectits pHSsa^e.-Jn lac. j, j^ | '" '"""'•'"•'""S and obtained all he wanted. We shall, t;e.nly remaining lio|H'. W'erefoie, advise Iliti Kxcellenry to invoke the Gods to |Ie only remaining Iio(h'. The CIm>I.. is rapi^lly increasing in England. Ireland •ud JSrotlund, and has also found iis way to Pari*. Tlie lHt official ro,>ort from London, is to Il.e 81st Marrl. ; where there were H7 uvw rases and 41 deaths • and Ml the country | mw cases, and 16 deaths T<,|-,| nmnher s..i.ed in the t'nited Kingdom. TOHO ; Deaths. VVe give the fuiiowine.n, fh laM advice, from Pa, is and Hruss^ds, lespecting ,|,e treaty of tin, LmI, of Noveniber between the t.ve power., upon the subject l Pari. U„rrh:m.^-^..y„ w.„ ,1... „,.„, f,.„„ „|,,„^. fMM l..,ly ...,,. ,lM, ,l.c Fr..,„l, ,.r.. f.,r,ilvi„g I^,„ k. > ^vann this tatue of Columbus into life, wi.h their heaveniy fire. Hi the ancie iK'auty was ; for noti Orand Juries to be abolished? h „ In ^* '^. 'r. J'.ch I, preinclitated-perhaps ,he u 1"''^'' '-= Courts, altogether; and the Idopth,,. TS '' "^^ such a,, at one tinre, was exercised at le (S ''* '^^ nop<;, an.l which our exnlUnt Twll '•?"' ^•*^' time held soim. situation there, may hav. ? i?" "'' or.-As Mr. Wood and Ai;/ V .d .'t^^ -• ^" "" "ou iiie, wiintiieir lieaven"^r.— .,\s i>ir. Wll(llllnii:) II' ;n.J.ctment? The course mh.ptedj cX/"'''^'' Jrmgemont on the rights of the^ubj.ct ; T^j • '^ ^'. .ollection upon the mo.st respe. ,ab e cl s ,,• ''"^r^ -Its, who have, till l.tely;audwh.;' • Hiosen, as the body forming ,he eraa-l 1 I country. ^ S^" '"'l'^'-^' There are few persons, I should horn, whom ', advocate or promote duelling ; s.i|| i -l 1,? "' admitted, that is a neces.snry evil -, nmr • ^"'" ;Ti..lIy to check licen.ious.i::^^: ^:^;;^'"^"It iswi.hsinceie rere,, that we have learnt the depart-a ron. this life of L.eut. McVicar. of the .d Lst I ^'-l^' '^^-s ^.o:nm :/;,:rb:;X:'. '"l' Kegnnent. which melancholy erent took place a ""^ to expose himself. The suhterVuge u^TLht ^'-' -' I ";7''•^':•''-*•••••r•^-••-^''.^>e^ctscto C ' tat on. iv loit UM .....It 1 I .. •"•"imidi 'X'= (•"> llun,l„r„ ,u ,\,\i p„rt. 'r : '" "" "'T'' '"" .'"'" ""'•""l-'ll,.oim, I0\|. 1 am, Mr. Ky anexfraordinarv courier from -"d that the n-oretentaiivMof V,..U i ,;"^*^"'*'f t h, '-'""a •> old, have with her exclaimed — • r..rv„ „ O.. th.. i.l Coun, ( )rl,.ffr..c.-iv.l ,|...„,„, , I i ', "." 7"'?" -"' '' ""'it"..".", will he ( ,"| '' f' '/' V' •'"•?"*• ""'" .l..g.rou, .!,„ lb.|,rW-..."...I.ne .11 ,l,irl. h.,| I.,... rt"„e ri Z, Tl 'T ',''.• ^' H '"'*"• "" ""^ ^"'"'"K "• ""'I * e. .i,k l^ "' ,7 T "V" ^''' 'l" '"''"' ""''<' '" ""k-^-" '" I""''' • .Ml r,,.„rh g,>v,.r„,„..„ ,„ X l^Z^ ^"'"•''] R '"'™' ""•"• l"'-'iiv..\.„v..r„.,„ .r „ k' C 1 "7 "'"•''• '"-""' '''"" 'I"''"' '" '••" ^' ''••-'"-•I .1.-hin, .„„ ,l,e rVa.v ,.7v' r:r" ''11 ? r "" •""'""' ''""'"•'• B„, .! IIm-,?IT" "•"""'>''I'<""' •'• ...l.l..es ... .. iRoph., .1... •.< >h.. .Ikprp,„i,?„7of, !£:;,,? "''"'' 'T 'T*^' "'7.',"S"'t.' '..!>. •"........ ,„l h.,Lur. H ,. il'"' ^ "";•• "'"'>;'""•• "'""• li'.-.l .u.-hcr „ ..• fn,.i,. .;.r.i. o,. .ecu,.,.,.., ,hc.j e;"'j'::,t„:':'' """t •^d a poftOive Jihswer ulw.il. .. Tr"""'""' "e demand, ,„ 6. ,/„, ,„ ^SrW '',::'? Z''"' "f,"'"' ""l^"' A-lcoulcn... Fr-Jk k., r irulh, h„ „„,eri.y, b.. .|„„l„..,|, „„ „.,„„ TL "':.""• r ^ ";''L'"' '".'' '" "'<• ""'•' of (i,..„„l,l... lHM.f .Vilbs. i„.,..d rf ,0 ec,^^' ~'"' •*' "|^^>ew \ork Courier and Knqniror. il^line thn.g i,s, for fbr •• ncn era." troth, his sincerity h T" V^ '" ^""^ "'. niay not his 1,1115 sincerity, be doubled, on usinnthev remurL. II .. r . ^.T.-,.o•.l.. ex,.ress,on,?-f,v„,/,„,„ „^, A; J ,' '^f''' ,, ^7''''' ^^ ^" ^'"^ "> 'race the circum.t.rKe. wt^-^h ^'^'^^'^y'orrr.r..nt,f.usr,JfnrJ^,'^^ have brought about the deplorable ca,a>,r<.p|>c .b.' • r\" '^fr--' ^^'-". Mr /•r.c Shirts rir ^''^\'" ^V'^'^. '^^ J" no, de 'ire to add to thrl x..pcr,tM .^' l"evails,and though our hi u.d holK ^-r -'as bis op.n.on, that the description '7 Xns h T '""'"'•?' •'"' ""^ ^''"P-'' '-'--^'^-^-^ '" ^""^ "* 'L:l"';''*7"''' arc not emi.je.l fr..,,, ,1,,.;^ 'si,; ,.. ,, '•' I I ''*' **"'' '"''''''vc.ur to fulfd w ,th calnmcss a Jufy Uich [^P^-ct and to tht ob,.dience which ,s ,h e V ? I^''"''^' '""^^ P^'"^'"'b^h. U hHtever kind feelings I „,av le Te'T^' X .^''^""'''>' '*""' ^'^ >--^ '"-> '^^ -^'^'' '^ roUre,! popnUtion, le, i, not be inra./ined ,a '' ^T : Authonties ,hon,ht p,np<.r to regard as funning a reprr' e .y.elf f„rwr - --'-'. i^'Pt ve by '" 1 .1 .P^^r^r^-' promenaded the streets of Gr.M •nful, the d,.,,ni„j:. and the interested, is no at orn '*'":.'''" *""''^'"'' *""'P'^i-'l w.th the two .uppirnnr.t.i Ir,.moved : tlK.y w,|| not v.. that they hTJ m hTl'" 7'^^^l>^"-"-' •"•"• manner as in the k.<^ ^^; M n.nent. to perfect a cenain woik ; and he i ^"'''^'''^ Prnres.inn, con.istin. of camaiT^ "'' -.1.1 fear, only y.ni.h when they, with us are l^nT'l ^k"'T" "" ^••^^'''''^. -•'"' '" ">^ /-'' ^' '^""^'' m the vorte, of ruin. "*' "'^ '"^'""^^'J k ^T"'" ^^''•'""' ^^^ ''^ " "-' '•'-'"^>'t '""'g ^^'"^"" I IK' arbitrary measure of proceeding hy Fv (>m.: • ^<^"*^'al. All the disorder xvhi.h the prorewtun '^."Mtion, W.S .onerall^ understood toL el>rurt T '""'^'' "*''"*' ' "^"'"'^^'^ "' '""•-h"'•>""• '''*'^'^^'''''' t>trtsorutftoonK [K-rxons ho saw it. When the masquerades l|ucvrr; We obsene by our las, paper, from'vew V L '"'""'^"' P'lmi^.ion, le, i, not be in""ined 'ha^I ''" ^'"" ^""" it ha, u.n pro,.s^, that z I, .^^ .^^ J I j ^ j Si-::i^:-:^^;.;^i^ ^^^^^'.^^o 1 ii::; J i;r -r ^gf^aljanin ^rjg:tijG(> vhIki to rciurn. a patrol of infaniry barjtd the piis.sjoe over ihe-draw brid-je with fixed bevunels. Tlie crowd cIosimI b.iweeii the cani i.^'es, the lioraes gnd soldiers having; uiade, with fixi'd liayonets, an a<|y;uiceailcioiu, if the authorities had not bet*ii imprudent cttouv/h to foibitiihe masked ball which had been aunoiiii''el lor the eveiiiutr. *' This pohibili(m excited consii>i upou the execution of aaordi-r which createil so much discout.'nt as to be likely to lead to had constMjuences ; anri the Mayor also undertook t.t be security for the public tranquillity, if things were allowed to jrii-on in their usual train. Tin. Prelect, bowf>vtr, was iunexibk— ho had made up his mind to luwfi lo force. '* When the play was oyer, and the ball was to have cmawMiced, the doors weie closed. Luud muruiuis w-re ulffred by sjme young men wb.> were siali.ined near the i ibeatn; but they cmitented thcuiselves with this exprefc! lion of iheir leeliuj/s. 1 "Yesterday the youth of the town, iliscontented at' htviiej l.i'eii ouii;: nun |)eaccably left the yard of the prefecture, the ?ate of which was o< copied by the soldiers of the patrol.' •' A L'roup stationed opposite, which had been leinforced by new com.'is and curious of all descriptions, continued their vociler.itions and hisses. The noise, however, gradall\ diiiiiiiised, and the crowd Iwgan to disperse, when at a moment ol iwrlect calm, a police i;ent ai rested a' young man, who is said to have been (piitepeaceable, and conducted him to the guard-house. The shoutiuL's and kisses, i.iteruiixed widi cries of ** Down wilh lln Prefect," then reornmeiice I with greater vicdence. At tliis .uoment, from the two opposite sides of the rue de Qiai, a compaiy of cienadiors, and one of voltim-'urs, of tl';i>ih of the liof, Uini: <'en in the distance, advanced, and charged with fixi.l bayonets. Those who saw them ccmiinc endeavoured in vain to escape. They were troddt u under by tlie piificipal ijroup, and were pierced by the bayonets of the Koldieis. \Vb were i)resent in company trith some rounsellori connected with the t.'our Hoyale,'and several resjM'ctahlc Citizens, and we airirm, in the fice of Justice, that no •ummoMs was made, that no prov<>cation was given to the oWi-rs, and that iitMlefence was attempted. Besides, of what use \vould have been a summons, as those who attempted to disperse were trodden underfoot, every avenue beinsi shut gainsi them, and the greater number'of them having l>een struck b-foro they knew thai sul.li.rs had been pn sent. We saw these sened, and afl.irdedan asylum to the citi/.'ns thus in dauger. A the same time, ever v street, every s<|uarp, was occupie 1 by the militaiy. Cries of vengeance were he ird on every side. An attempt to niike barricades was even tried up„n the Place Sainte-Clare, hut, taken upon a *wlOf^n, the citi/eus were without arms, and could not a-.M;mtle to..eiher. "This morning the municipal body h.id a meeting. The officers of tiie n,i!ioual uuard assen'ihled, and .lemanded to be put under arms. The whole j)opulation was on u'r ^'"-^ ^^" *'"^ l""*''^''t '*"*' juslir.. they nijst have. 1 he Tour Royalehu ak> a^v in!d>',!, and there is every reason to suppose that an inquiry will be made into thuaifdu. There will be no want of witnesses, nnd those Witnesses will be above suspicion. Tlie most peaceable n have been made victims to thisallair, and men of all 2^inous (there are not two here astothe sh-d li.iiM.f blood) •evote to execration the authors of this iufatnous and •owardly assassination. "I he nutnl>er of virfinis has not yet been ascertained. Aniougtheni are twochilflren, one aged nine, tlie other ^ithey received a number of bayonet slabs; several *jinen, students, and tradesmen. Ass^mieof the wrmnd*aare m indigent circumstances, a iubscriutioo has been •P^ned in their favour. -JJi. iil^larfiifiiifjcft FORT or iV A^!AI %i^. AinUVKD. May IfMh— Am. schr. Single Sailor, Fittgerald, New York Flour, Beef, Pork, Ac. 6lc. lo H. Cj;Ki.tNLAi>i;&. Co. Sp. achr. St. Juan, Biua, (Jab^ Fustic, Tobacco f\ni\ Sugar, to John Thomson dc Co. IL M. srhr. Monkey, Lt. Mercer, Cruise Sri a tided Wine, &c to Joh.n Stork. Sp. schi. Kstrella, At'tida, Cuba Am. schr. Franklin, Grinnell, Bosloii Lmnbef, Shingles and Pork, Am. schr. Cassa Ann, Miller, Philadelphia Flour, Corn, Broad, Beef, and Pork, Sch. Pomona, MiMer, Philadelphia Floor, Corn, Ac.to B C. Ci.axto.s. Am. schr. Lafayette, Savoy, ISVw York Flour, &,c. to II. Geki^-vslade A: Co. ALCTIOIV HAI.KH. BY IIL.NRY GREKNSLADt: & CO. t ti 44 44 it l;>ih 44 1.5th it it 44 CLFAKF.D, .May 10th — Schr. Leo, Young, '* 15ih Schr. Bahamian, Prudden, Am. schi. Ilyder A ly, Place, fijloop Lively, Clarke, ii 44 44 13th IGth SAILFD, Schr. Leo, Y'oung, Schr. Bahamian, Prudden, Newr York St. KitU Cliarleston Baltimore New York St. Kitis IASSEN(;i:K8 t^AILKO. In the schooner Leo, for iNew York :--Johu Wildgoos. Fsquire, Lady and family. His Majesty's schooner Monkey, Lieut. Mercer, arrived here on Saturday from St. Domingo Key, with a part of the carffo, (consisting of wines, dtc.) of the .American brig Charles, Ca|)tain Stetson, of Boston, which was wrecked there on the 2Hth ult. in her passage from Marseilles to Matan/.as. Tlie crew saved. The master came up in the Monkey, for the purpose of procuring vessels, to Imntr the lemaiiider of the car^o to this port. Tth-momnt, Tktaruiaff, the \7th instant. At the Stores of John Storr, ICsquirc, t XI O'clock. A. K. Wilt be sold Sparkling Chainpai|;u, ^ in de Muscat, Do. Do. St. (leorges, Liqueurs, Olives, Maraschino, Salad Oil, Sausages, Liquorice, \ inegar, .\huundOil, Shot, Medicines, Prints, (jlassware, Klegant Sofa and Chairs, Ditto Chandoleer, Chairs, Baskets, China, &.<. Sic. &,c. Being part of Cargo of late Aim>rican brig Charlei Captain Stetson, lost in her passage front Marseilles lo Matanzas, and sold for the benefit o( the concerned. Terms — CASH before delivery. May 1 6ih. BY HEMTliRELNSLADE 4b CO. lY lll.NKY (JKFKNSLADL Sl CO. On Tursddi/, the 22d instant, At the store of .\lrs. M.oitell, in .Markct-strewt, At 10 O'clock, A. M. Will be sold Wilhoitt the least Keserrr, All her remaining Stock in Trade, consisting of Pavilion, Book and Mull Muslin, Stiffnini: for dress(>s, tiinghams. Linen Drill, T willed ll^yals. Crape, \ est patterns. Men's cloth Caps, Silks, lionibasin and Bombaxert, Satins, \ rivets. Laces and Kihbons, Biai^M Drevc-s, Lace do. Lace Veils, (J luze and Silk Handkerchiefs, Gentlemen's cohtuied and black Silk ditto, (>otton Braces, Pearl, Bone and Lace Buttons, Silk and Cotton Cord, I{rel and Ball Cotton, Pins, Ta|)es and Bobbins, W. B. and black slip Thread, Ounce Thread, B1111.K8, Prayer Books, Ruled Music Books, Legers, account Bmjks, Novels in sets, S|Ndlingaud Picture Books, Playini:, V isiting and Conversation Cards, Ladies' and Cienilemen's Silk, Cotton whole and half Hose, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kid and Wash Leather ( loves. Ladies' and (ientlemen's Shoes, An assortment of Perfumery, vir,. Rose and Lavender Water, Tooth and I lair Powder, Pomatum and Hair Oil, Csortm< lit of Jewellery, U/77/— \n assortment of other article-s. TLR.MS — Immediate C \SU, for all su-ns below £20 ; alkove that amount, three Months' Cretlit, on giving approved security. •N. B. The s;ile will l)c continued from day lo dav, un! til the w hole is sold off. On Fridatf ueit, the IHth instant, AT THK >K>ll>. llOtSK, At 10 O'clock, A. M. Will b<; sold The Cargo of tlie A met ican schooner Lafayette, from New Y'ork, consisting of 100 barrels fresh Suf)erfine Wheat Flour, 25 ditto ditto ditto Rye ditto, PNf bags Flint Corn, 10 tierces London market Rice, 50 boxes Tallow (^andles, patent eights. Hams, Cheese, Lard, Smoked Beet, Cider, L** barrels Clear Pork, Albany Boards, Cvprr^ss Shingles, Part of Cargo of schooner Cassa Ann, from Philadelphia, via. Superfine Flour, Pilot and Navy Breail, KM) busiiels Corn, kegs Tripe, Corned Beef, do. Pork in half birrela, Lard, P. irk in whole barrels, &<. 4lc. Slc, 7 erms — CASH, befuf e delivery, May Ifith. bThfnry AOb£iiLev. tl-/* A meetinir of tiie Cominissiomrs of Correspond^e I' requested at the ofHce of C.irrespondence, on "^iwdny next, the PJth instaat, at ten o'clock. n r. \\hrR<3f>\, II f;Ki:F\Hi.Ai)K. JNo. s\i\in:R.s. y ^ w. I. r.joiiNsov. "*^ *^'"^ Ronr.RTTAYI.UR. TIIKSMiSi Itllll^ll HV> just leceived, (xr brii.' |-Ai'iiK.viu, and offers for sale at his shop, formerly occupied by Mr. Wm. '1'. i'reston, the following drugs and medicines, vir : — Epsom anfl Olauher .*sa!t, Jalap and Rhubarb Powder, StMina, Flour Sulphur, Socotrine Aloes, Blue Stone, Peruvian Bark, tjum .Myrrh, Carbonate of Soda, Tartaric Acid, Blistering Plaster, Cnp(>eras, (.urn Ar.ibjc, !*car! Ash, Crcaus Tar' tar, .Manna, Camphor, Bastlicon Ointment, Tur' ner's Cerate, Red Lavender, Sulphuric j-^ther. Spirits Nitre, Spirits Hartshorn, Dalby's Cainiinativc, Henry's Calcined .Magnesia, Essence Peppermint, Oil Clove, Oil AnisMLLIAM,3years. PEGGY, 36 years. Cook and Hoitae 9rrant. J.\COB, 10 years, very Irandy aboiil a House. POLIDORE, 50 years, a Driver and Field hand. BINAII, 4() yeais, ditto. JEFF FRY, 17 years, accustomed to work wilh a Maaon and Plasterer for the last two years. PRI.NCE, 47 years, a Carpenter. PRINCE, jr. 15 years, accustomed to drive a Cart. A.VRON, l.'l^ years, a very smart waning Boy, particularly handy with a Horse. GORDON, 11 years, in constant employ with a Dray. JERRY, 10 years, handy about a House. Terms— three m/tnth$' Credit, on gtcimg aporortd security. May Ifith. FOll S AI.E,-t rl^HT^ ALomJon budt covered (tic, with good Engih harness, and a Horse accustomed lo both draft and Saddle. May I6:h. Vhn HAhE, The choice of 2 Lota of Land, with iIm buildings and improvements thereon, sitmte m Prince's street, generally known by the nmm ef Litrhtfoot, or Cupid's Row. _, .„ .„ For Terms and other particulars, apply tothe SobN B. Prescriptions will be caruiully attoded to and scribers. "•^'i* "P( HENRY GREENSLADEAC. My Hnh. I March 3d. i I i^

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f \ t4' M KJ U' i f r ^% i ^ ill i if It Cii< 2ia9aiiiA Slr£W ^ Cmuhtdtdfrom ike jirst Pagi) reitored. wlMiadvnUig prill Uhj wjfrern during such a •i^l* >l ihiot/^ iftfin by the fx.'cuiion of totno (> blarku ; iui wh^i rt-iuuiiurttiiun will they receive from iheir dyinJ tlrui our coloniiM,, WfHild tM}|tUe stale which would follow an early and tuiai emancipation. Susceptible only of the ba''r pHMions, ihe .slaves, unUitjht by |lu> bli**ed pri-cxp(s of reliirion and previous civilisation, wouhl either wrt'si iIkj supremacy (tom the hands of thir uianters, or sinking into that idleness, that vi$ inertia; incidental to llH.ir naturr and the cliuMie, ihcy would exist as unpn>fiiabht sons of Adam, 'hey woidd he a nuisance to all oidoily and w-ll-,li!.|>,m-,I people, from their idh-nfiw, and Hiipat..d habits ; and in tin; course of a fcv*yeais, wasted by di*eae so piovurhially pr.jv.ilent among them', forced from want to.h.vo.ir the very earth itself— these free men wiMjId bitti'riy curse i!i.; hour that called them free, and vainly long for ihe rciurn of that protection which' formerly ih.'v f/ould have received, Avhen in want, from their abuned mu stern. We say vainly long for it; for, alas' u\ Lngiaod — that vein in which talent is to he discovered — should i>elieve in sucb i farrapo of lies, and, Udieving, advocate the interested vieusof the saints, we must confess dues astonish us nut • iatle. • • • • What may be s^h'a ned from Mackenzie's not(?son Haiti, ends in the rnelandioly fact, that the negro*^ there retreat 10 the woods, and barely till the eaith sufficient for their subsistence. The cultivation of the cane has ceased, except for the pur|K>se of making a species of drink called taffia or rum, by means of which tiiey indulge their natural propensities of intoxication and bestiality. To this state it is that the slaves would be rer at lar.e. h A. n Z H... ?1'' uT:!'*'" ""^^''^ ^''' g^^-=^^-''-''ty of soil, the islands. CT" Every person about to leave thue Island having resided therein for the space of rmu^. *' ""^^ give security at the Secretary's Office, or put up l,i,„ said OJice for FIFTEEN days previous to hisdm > '"^""* ter which, at any time during roarr-pivt o^y, ^ "'* may be obtained. NAMES OF PERSONS ABOUT TO 08TA1W TIcKtTS KOR OfPAKTn., .5d February Kh.,e.h S^. [;''''^r Kobinson Margaret Ch.pch,,, fist •• J/~ Joh„oa ^' Alexaoder Miss Denois SBih 18rh April or at large, as fi,rmerlv they were ohiiifod to do for their oii sick and ajjed sIuvhs. Then w.Mild tlto warnint,' voice, once so ni'^jlected, recur to (lie niindi of :!.o |.r.,ievi )r of this theory ; and then, perhaps, tiMjy iHtc!it be iii.kcid to confef>s ihnmH.lves mistaken in ihMir calculMlons. and ovc.ha^tv to achieve thachan.e s vTn t T ? ""^ T i"'u '"*'^' ^V""'*^''"**'*^ ^"''biiierly reiMMUtMi on all haml... '''''""'" "''^^ ^''•*"8 =*; r\*^'-'^; th auth^^^^ resident in with little or no assistance from the hands of man, of themselves would sustain tlieir respective populations. Moreover, we do not hold the opinion that the slaves fhemsc'lvw W(mhl be inclinel to 5el much value upon their freedom ; and this we venture to say, having [)erused lateIt c;nii t>e assrrtet inclined to admit. S4ill, howrvi^r, ur wuuld not defend it on any the island of St. Vincent, a lawyer, and, as far as we know not |>ossessed of any property in slaves himself. I he book IS entitled An Historical Account of the Island of St. Vmcent, by CharUs Sheppard, Esquire.* It touches v.-ry slightly upon th.. theme of slaveiy, cither one •'ay or the other, and is chiefly coiilined to a mere history of the island, from its first discovery by Columbus to the present lime, and an interesting narrative of the Cliarib war which was waged between the original poss-ortunit> of >I.Mi!r|iter and devastation.'' Hitherto >^y .h. Br .i>h parliamen, in iHtKi. In that ar?' L iT. ^^d\^dU:i n r'^" "V "'''''"^' '*"' "J"^**"' -1 ^ ,h.. . .„,.,i.. -^ ,:.,„ r ,;;.•":,,,: > ::;i ;: ~.;"i Stsi;'' i-l-u,exirpt as re^nirds ourstKc*, we fear to very lit lie IMirpo^. Ilovf ever, a n'.mtiMl stop is now pot to that 'ide, wbich formerly was mt only allowed but coun wh.reas, as a slave, he is nouiished and rb^-rishtd in sickness want. and ajfe, and his pains analleviated bv regularly appointed nietlical attendants : make h.ni freend his existence is inirr. sling to none->prrhaps nuy bJ a source of dread to all— and he becomes wretched and inis^THble. MrMuppanl, after ennmcratmc some of the improveWCST KFCH \ Ffl .itr ^i • nients lately etfecled in the state of tfie Coloured r. ,n..l. Ji i /.V '**' ^"^' *'-^*"^-"'*' <^r' m Livt-rlion,add>^ ^'^*^^'"f*^P^'PuJ-_IP p.)ol,tliefo!h,wing article, which the SubscnUr. Notwithstnndinp all these, there is one lanjentshledo^ ^. ^^'!*'^'"^"'''V''"*^^'''^^^'r'l'* '• l'PI'nrssmo,aritv. i.nanrpH i,,,! encouraeed by tlxgov.inment; and that "Z *'*"^ice at l;.rge, us we b.ive already said, we assert MS now b, come a crinK-, for which a boon was loimrrly ,' "'^' "'•' ''"^** ' ""^ •" 'r preferable 'condition, being lM-1.1 out as an indiiceni.ut. Wc do not repine at ti.i/I """ '*''*'*'• **^'" ^ ever can be when fr.e, unless with In* nor do any of the owners of such property ; but we smile "'**'''""' '"* "''"^ h. enlai^'ed muHruIouslv. We oi when we conlra.l tlw acu of funiM-r parliaments wWh i ^*""^'^ """*'*''" *''^^ P''"^' '' '>"'dom to wl,, ;, h oi.ld tlMHeot tie prevMil, ..ad ruminate on tin* pro.j>ects of the '"'^'" '" ^^ ^**"' "*" ''ntani an^ iinqtialilicd emaf.r;futiiie. We see an assembly at one time hold...g out i''""""* '"' er state he would be cm red lor bv no eveiy inducement, every encouraceiiM'nt to the West In' "" dian, rearinjr him as a tender infant, and fjr much the same r.-a*>n thnt a mother would, lecaue tin; hopes of her age dfprnd uf>on his succour. Year after year wc watch the ificre;.ing thle of revenmderived from lheicttlements • nordowelwar any complaint from the plaatrs against the; iM-avy duties imposed by the mt)tlier country. Suddenly. Iwwever. the prospect is chargr,! with heavy clouds and the West Imlians perceive their blight fortune rhang-' n.g. Thcnaraesm the state a knot of men who advocate,, ^. ^ ^-v. ...... ..,„^,„,,„e no•trenuoody the aMition of that trade whirh/arw^r/v ,r '.'<^'<*"<'y TIktc is no public or private establinhment a sourct of K>eaUh and prnfit to themselrrs, and from ''' •''^ ''•'••t'f " tif agi^ or sick pooi trAiV^and /Vw ink'Airi lAey hare Withdrawn their sfKcuhUions. Xiie !"'""*"** *^^ ''-•' slaves on the estates in thyroid are lrae r""!'*' "' '''*^ '''*' ^''a**^'. He free blick and tinsl^vo ? |HN,pIo of England. Not content witii this, the same n.en, I l' "7;j."> one vi romantic as to say, better starve and Iter a while, as earnestly insist u(>on the necessity of eman, 1 disease as a freeman, than live happily as a slave ? cipating the sUves n..w on our difl'erent colonies with-' "<^ <^"*^. '" 0"r o-' ' • oit -• • . • the lh their side iIkj excited, and purjwsely misguided, filling, I P*^' '" '^^^'^ ^"^'^ infinitely s.ij>er;or the condition of a of th people, who, .norant of every thing connected i *!*'*' '" '''** "^ '"^eeman in thai island, when aee and inied with the most enorI "/T" "PP'-^m him. We m;.y take this as a specimen -'-' "^ '^ ^-'—^ UHo disce omnes. Let any one, like Mr BRUCE'S NEW YUKK TYIE FOlfNDRvT tablished in ISl.'J.-Tbe .subscriber has co 'l ^ a new edition of his book of S|>ecimens, with wUh customers, and other Printers disposed to buy from k may be supplied on application at his Foundry No. ?j and 20 Augustus street, behind tlie City Hall H. 1 remark, for the information of those who have not bee the habit of dealing with him, and because a different ^n tice has been extensively iniroiluced, tlwt his book ,oIZL nothing but the actual productions of his own Found and presents a true sj>ecimen of what will \^ furnished a orders. I lie ass(rtment is very complete, has been ^ hherately and carefully in twenty years brought to it. nn^ sent high state of perfection, and embraces a vtri.tv\I styirs, adapted t.. different tastes and to the various d*.pn mentsof printing Newspaper, Book and Job, highly finish", ed; and cast ol the most sorviceaMe njetal. Not to notice the varieties which are distinguished by their nuinbca m tiie Book, It contains of ROMAN and I FA Lie 27 sizes, from tvvelve.lineP.r, to I*arl. rWO-LIXE .„d Til'LE, 15,iie..T..li„,CJ„a. liian to Agate. ?P A^i*"i'vl^ *'*'^' Ten.:i.,e Pica to Long Prin.. r. I I ALI A.>, 7 si7.es. Seven-line Pica to Lon/ Priaer A NTIQCE. 17 sizes, Ten-lin, P^ra toNoir,we.r BL\( K, 12 s!7,es, Four-line Pica to Minion. OPEN BLACK, 5 sizes, Foui-li.ie Pica to tirci' V mer. ^SCRIPT, 2 sizes, Double Small Pica an'" Ore P • mer. Besi.los Music, Back Shipe, Ornamented Leif..,nd Loiter-y h, Lauren, P.ece Fractions, Super! rs, Avtionnmr.' and other Signs. Space K-les, Bra.ss F^i.lrs, OrfMnt-ni^j L>asbes, Lon^ Braces, mora than 200 k.rls of f: t-rs and 1000 Cuts and Orna.runU for ••^rhool Books, .\caip:i}ers, ^nd Scientific imrkj. Orders for any of •hese, and al. > for Press* s, Chasr^, Comp ,sing Slicks, Cast^. Furniture, Pri ting Ink.or iiu thin^re^iuired in the Printing busiiu.HS, will be executed ^n Ihe iii.Ht favourable terms, and with tlie utmost prom^.ilude, a large slock of iJie I oiindry articles being al^vi onlnnd. ** (T/** Printers of newspapers wlio publish fhi^advertisen>ijt tliiee ti.nes, and lorwn-d a |.'iier c-.i-uinlnp jt to the I onndry, will receive payo.ent for ti.. same, if tiiev purchase from the Foundry, to fo-ii times ile am ,uot. ., V T GEO. BRUCL iNew lork, January, 18iJ2. oILts Iw for CASH : Zf-bra Sfri|ed and f'lerical Socks, Women's Slockn.es, Fancy Union Drill, i-otto.i Drill, Sew incT Twirf*. Hair Cord and Furniture Diiuity, Iron Pots, Dutch Ovcns, Sat! Irons, Iron Tea Keliies, tin'd inside, Arc. Ac. A-. ., ,„. W. K. B. SAiNDS. May 12th. rith tlie subject, are daily crammeu *,Tn me most enor. mous faUities. aad to whom exaggerated leporU are dished "^ ^^ '^**' up with all tlie skill of a French cook, who varies an egt five hundred Uiue*. Tliey are informed that the West In Sheppard, v,t tl^hut of tlie slave, and watch him narApril 2d. FIXAI. IVOTICK. d.a.s ab-.c .'H.i, Slav "" ^hU:\rJ'vT'^ ?"'"> his ho'ydays HpnE SUBSCRIBERS, h.vi..g |.^ d t:;e merrantr.. ca.-,. at.c ..,. s.ave. .eporu are propagated of wo^^'Z ._f 1^ "*' ^^">'f^^v ; and then let bim go into the 1 jL concerns of tlie late Elias J. Soien on, Eq.. herely men lacerated in the most disgusting wa\ At\d goaded on to work till n.liMje sinks exhausted untlertlieh^ad of c.ueltv • r r--^ -.^ w. ...„y „„e and sutTeniig. Tbu arm.Nl. the most sweet voices of tlw I ^*.'""g'n;. luewd guess as to the result of his b,er-' Kople are reser>e'"'"* 'er a long debate in the House town and UiPrr. m..^,, • ""•"""; """co inio inr i ^ cncrti, oi tiw laie U:as J. S.. .n on, K-).,lxTH rfroour .nrfThT^r "• rt-sKiencc of ,he .r. people noLfS,. ,h„.. h ,.il| ren,:.m i,. i.bud .o hi, E^U-K. we ,„„g,nP, ,l„ed e,„.„ „ ,„ ,he pos„lt ..f hi, „l..„. v.o lo tl, I„ J„„e, ihev will be place,! in ll lian.:. of in tlie iMuied braiw of tU fanatic, or enthusiastic n^Mhodisi ; who, eified with jbe os rotundum of tla^ Greeks purs firth an incoherent ihapMxly relating to the horrors ot slavery, and is reck.med a ereat prearber in his conie cnn bardly hope tor a just hearing of a fair statement of th6 facts which may be prinJuced in evidence lo support the view we have taken of this case. ^ an Attorney-at-Law, for immediate recovery. E. M. SOLOMON,' Executrix. „ C. S. ADDERLEY, Executor. March 31st. I r I*'* 'f''*""' ^*<*"ont of the Ishnd of .^t. Vincen* Bv pris. u> ; but that lhu*e who call tbm:cIrVs the gentlemen St."jlme. J''''"''' *"'"'' *''""^""' ^ ''^"'**'' ^'**'30' •, ftr-tfatioa. Tlwt liu h sln.uld be led away, does not suri ChJ] EXCMA SALT, for sale at 1-^ cents per bushel. Apply to February 4th. THOMAS THOMPSON, At Kxunii. t-^m^ <^ iili^HUi: muUH, lldilor. THE BAHA.MV AIi(JUS. ^iTiunvv. n\\ iiMsa-^. Hiiii M;ULISIIKI i:Mi-W*.KKLV l.\ .VASSAU, N. r. BiTlit D^lltirs per annum — Xn advance. ON THE SI DDEN DEATH OF A YOING LADV. V A nil KM). And can it be. th;t die. Whni we last m^t. lier smile >vi^ liricht, IIpi voire was clear, her lo(.f'tep li'jlit, Urnis in the yay hall, Whs tiesrin d to the tomb ?' And vet hi'i knt II of (leach has rune And Angels have her re(pieai sung I Oh' who shall dry that incMher'n eve ? And wtio shall slay the l>nrsnii^si"b That heaves a sister's hreast ? Who cheek the tears that kindred wvp Ai'tniid that sad and dreirnhss sleep, \> hicli K*als her earihly r -^l .' Or who, the heavy tidiii;.'^ tdl To him, who lov"d this ehdd so well ? There is a pcuver which wipe* :il| tear^, Aiid calueie. To ii^bi ihr panil'nl ulooni, And whispeis, that her |)artu):z hreaili Has •• triuinph'd over sin and death." AngoU have welcom'd her ab .ve. In liMiiiis of praise anilheat'niv love; And II4IW she ynus the throng. Who flow hefor*' ihejr lathers lace. And celebrate redeeming jraco III everlastirii; hjuij; :— '• Wep not lor her ; but sirivf to Rain, llet relune from disease and pain." Pahis. :Gth Jjuuarv, MUM. El ROPEA.N EXTRACTS. Order in CnuHcif.—]\rUi\v \\v hav^ piven an order in Cii;Mil, issued by the Enjlish (iovernment on iie J^H-li of M.rrh. by which it wdl be seen, tint all vessels sailini; from liie I'nited kin-jdoni for the loited Stales, or Rrirsh A oerica, havini,' lifiy |ersons on board, must be proviM with a regularly ediiCrtted surt.''on. From the Londmi (iazrttr, March 27. A supplement to the (ia/.ette wa puhlisheil last nitdil, t'li lining' an Order in Council, dated .M irch 2H, which', >ler recitiuLMhe powers vested in tin; Privy Council by 'Iw late act for the prevention of tho disease called ttinlera,rnns thus : — Ari<| wh;*reas, the said disease hath extended to diff-rent pirts of l^reat Rritain, and ships or vess.-U rarrv"? passeni^ers to the Rritisli possessions in .North Am'eI'H.or lo the United Stales of America, mny In* artected *mi Ihe said disease ; it is therefoie ord.r. d bv the lords |l others of His Majesty's most hononr.ible Privy Counf''. (''f whom the Lord President of the C Mincifis one,) n pursuance of the powers vested in them by the before J^fited act,an*;* to, or for, any i>orl or place i,. Hi.s Majesty's pos•••Mions on tho continent or island of .North .Vineri'ca, or to •r port or place in tho Cnited Stales of America, carry"? o() pTsons or upwards, including; the master and crew, f'^nipiited in the manner prescribed by an act pass<'d in •• ninth year of the reign of the hile kins!, entitled, ^" ct to regulate tho carriafje ol pasx ngers in mer"W'lts' vessels from the Cniled KifiL'dom to the continent •'•'I islands of North Vmerica,' shall he cleared out at any ^ in England or Wales, unless stic'ti ship or vessel sball ^provided with a surgeon, who is to continue during the *'"le of the voyage, and w!io shall produce to the ofTiccrs *l thecistonis at the port where the shift is to be ch-ared, c'riiiica(e of his havinc; passed his examinatioii at "^^•'ou's Hall, io London, or at the Roval VnW,.^*^ of .'^'I'eons in Edinb.ir.jh or Dublin, or befo.e liie Medical ••cuhy of the Cnixerbiiy of (.il.is.uw. *' And it is hereby finilm uidcii'l, ti.ai v.iv such surgeon shall have a medicine chest pro|)erly stored with medicine in jiroportion to tho number of [mm sons on board such sliip, ot the kinds and according to the assortment generally used and made for the like voya;es on board His Majesty's ships of war : and before any such ship shall bo allowed to be cleared out, such surgeon shall make a declaration suhject to the usual penalties atMched lot'alse declarations, before the Collector or Comptroller ot the Customs at ihu port from u hence such ship is to be cleared out, of the contents of such medicine chest, and shall further make a like d<>cliiration. subject to the like penalties, that the medicines are of good and piojur quality, and ol the assortment generally used and made for the Voyages on bo.ird of His .Maiesl)'s ships of war, to the best of his knowledge and bcliif, aneakers had reroinmended iht? disconliniianre of ships of the line, of uliicji the French have iio 441, and the construclion of smaller vessels ; ami as a reason for the change, mentioned that by these smaller vessils the Americans had beaten the English in ilieir last naval struggle. — The French .\dmiral replied, as an Englishman wieild have done in similar circumstances — *' At that time it is lui gotten that r>S French ships held in rheck several of the English sipiadrons, and that the Americans were thus able, with some frigates, to fight w ith advantage the English frigates opposed to them. It was then that the .\meiicans, in Older to obtain a superiority in lb •>< vrti. of encounters, put to sea frigates of greater dimensions than any vessels hitherto employed at frigates, and tliercfore having an advantage over them.'* The French navy estimates do not amount to rr>,(KKI,000 of francs, or are less than £2,.VKVHH) sterling. In the couc'.e of bis address, the Minister said it was adiuittud that the French navy slioutd con&ist of 40 ships %OI.. l—lio. I.^XXVIII. ot Uif iid.-, '><) In^aii.^, .nul several lighter vessels. 'Fhe number of .seamen in France might be slated at 97,(MK), r)(>,(KM) of which were efl'eciive hands, and the remainder included the artisans and invalids. With res{>ect to the expenses, he staled, that ibe American navy, which consisted only of r> ships of the line alloat, and 7 in construction, and 16 frigates, cost 23,(MM),IHH)f. ; so that, taking into consideration tlto com|aiative force of the French navy, its cost must b considered as very moderate. From thr lAvcrjHud Chronicle, of March 31. Caution to Itntish Ship (hriers. — We publish tho following as a caution to Rntish ship o\ ners trading to the I'nited Statesof America. — An opinion is entertained by many Hritish merchants and ship owners, that under the Treaty of (\uMmerce with the I'nityd Slates, whatever privileges are enjoyed by .American vessels in the importation of piodiice into this country, ihe liko privileges are enjoyed by British vessels in ihe ports of the Cnited States; but the fact is otherwise. The navigation laws of this country permit the importation by foreign ves.sib, for home use, of articles, the growth, produce, or inanufucture of the country to whiih tht* vessel belongs; iiid some other articles are allowed to be im|oriHd by tlo m, and bonels as truly .uid v.itolly belong lo the subjects of tho couii'ry of whi'.h the gooils are the growth, produce, or manui'acture ; and that if U>rei -n vessels bring any other g(M)ds to ihe ports (d the Cnited Slates, they are subject, with their carges, to be sein H ami condemned as a forfeiture to the Cnited States — and such is the rigour with which the law is cntorced, ihat a British vessel has recently been condemned in the .Admiralty Cmirt of Charleston, for having brom-ht hac! fiom lyiverpool two bales of rtitton, originally shippel ln/in Cli.irle|n in a damaged stale, and lelurncil for fhe ptjr|H>sc of exposing tho fraudulent maiuicr in which the cotton had originally been packed. Hint at I'aisley. — Sunday afternoon some boys discovered two small shovels and a hook on the end of a cord, concealed beneath a small brirlge leading from a coiintrv road near thttnew burying ground. The' instruujenis were taken to the town and exhibited tlnre. The public minected to recover— hut after calling for assistance against this treatment, he shortly expired. Another patient, .Mr. Kincaid, who was recovered, and who was to have Innn dismissed from llie hospital this day, has relapM'd, and now lies in a very dangerous state. A party of cavalry left Glasgow at 4 o'clock for Paisley. The following has been itsiied from ibc Council Office :— •' ( not f>R4 IHHTRICT8. Loos(^^reuof the Imwels is the beginning of Cholera. •* Tboosands of |jv< s may Ir saved by attending in lime to this complaint, which should on noaccfuint he neglected by either young or old. in {daces wIktc the disease prevails. ** Wlwn cramp in theh gs, aims, and belly are felt, with looscneta or sickness at tlve stomach, wh n medical assi.s|. anceis not at hand, three tras|)oonsfoll of mustard fK>wder in half a pint of warm water, or iho same quantity of waruv\ater wi:h as murh common salt as it will melt, should be taken as a vomit; andaflerthe stomach has "been cleared with more warm wafer, twenty-five drps of laudanutn should be taken in a small glasa of any agreeable drink. *' lleatecl Plates or Platters to be applied to the Belly and Pit of the Stomach. ** As Persons run considerable risk of being infected by P 'f ti ^ y