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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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Newspapers -- Bahamas ( lcsh )
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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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GEORGE BIes,8 Editor. W'EDNEDAY, HAY 't, 1 eS. eL. I1-Re. XCL

THE BAHlllAMA ARGUS. thousand. lledoes not prouume that this class of Ithe f you Thikiye for oanmo that y are euin
-- Populace have any deep political projects. They have he s in A file of him Iroa whos cunasela aI was-
SPUBLI.iUtD rN1-WVKKL IN NALIAti N.. noobject beyond the immediate fruits of plunder-idlenoa dom and might do came Think e-{lm hom go le-
lifht atll pr anul- n advu eee and debauchery. They consider themselves, however, iman was here iatmeptd by coMudi cries of Ad-
o_ _____pposed to the communityand tle laws; their habits ind lourn !" Diide !" QUe inm I " (i on !" &c.)
danger make hilim cruel, and mhey would rejoice in any 'he Chlanceir of the Ecihequmarre ad md-ilappre-
evenl tlst would give them pouer over tie city; and head that the bne member ameal te move n adjourn.
whenever of late there has apparedu a prospect of po. oant. If that is his object, it i net my intontile to oppose
litiml disturbance in London tile thieves have made leady tim motion. Mr. Percival coainmed-I say to this house.,
Their projects are Ileliberatoy formed, do you expect any blmsing to come on yo*-or on tli.
and they wait only for a large congregation of people in nation, i the great work which you are called upon to
.... tih. le street, which would naturally lead, as it did at Bristol, perform 1 You are called upon to establid dm basis and
POETP7 Y. toa collionm between thie i opile unmld u government. roots of a constitution, but do you believe for an instant
Z=- --- Mr. Wakliield states that rili plan was to have been that the blesing of God can rest on the laboum of men,
SLA. \'T oHUUS OF 1.011D) O DUYIU. carried into ellcl on tihe occasion inentionedl above, tile who think not of him in their welk, but sit ia counsel for-
9th Novembeir. Ilud the King 'isited ilm city, timl prin- getting him entirely ? (Cries of "adjour !" mingled with
I must ileep nimr."-Hyiro. crilpl streets souldl lave been filhld ith people and ihe cries of hear !" were hereresuned.) Thinkyouif that
--obrved, in passing several imues through one of tIe gangs which is written be true-when it is mid, "except time
The splenalour of rite poet's lyr,- of Thievei assembled at Temriple Bar, liatt although tile Lord build mll house, the labour is lost"-thisk you, for an
'Th e.ri'i.rpne ofr 'inr-- iboy"s picked his empty Ipoket.%, yet the tIIen directed their instant, ad my thlt your work will be blamed Uow
T.he iroy anid ihihe ianr- whlori armiftion to p giing uip a fight with te police. stands the account of this house with their God at this
Tli' calir wino th.e Ileae I T hlie'r ve would lhasm Iten joined by lle Rubble, lime. I will heae tim Comalne caled upon to humble
The i.roudl mars tan illit ianrd lIbysuchlbodies ofr le orkLing people as were disssafied themselves before God, and l seek his bsing by contri-
Tlhe power--lthe nerrr-g--the iud iislh lie (ive'rrniment; Ile streets would lave Ien bar- lion and repentance. (A. this moment several lon.
L'uunterbly brigt ricrid.dr, as they were in I'aris-the prisons would have mIemubers as both aidq of the heam,ppre njy with an un-
Te ea .r h bem n ia te forced-and lhat part of tile loni within the bar- derianling that the debate ws to be adjourned, #ns and
Tie heart i awt she, ie owrn rirt ne.. ricilds pludllured ard ackil, if not burned by an army left. 'The hln. member continued.) You all depart when
I minatlrns s Oni r.f- robbers, during that night and ilI ensauinig day. Mr. I (God's name is mentioned though you would have st till
(''hat raidmai uol the hram ')_ \Vakr;ielialci lu, s wlherihr thl hIousehuld trohlps qarltred firve-ave, six o'clock-if he had no beenmentiooed. Mr.
Arrea hlit tr.imsrmripts ofl.ne irush- in Lulonlon rcould be made l. act with ;iny oflicirnry, if at Hunt rose to order, and moved the adjouarme of the
ietlllertions of uii, r% ,- .Ill, aisinost the populace, for they leave but little disposition debate.
Anid speak Ii min. amil ines to you'll, fnlit the ninli, and are intimaltelv connected with tlle I Mm. Percival-I do not a nme to move sy adjouament.
Olfuture diual-olery lrwarti ch!As of proslilultei-wlich i similate al ten a lshu- You had at here till sit o'clock, it God's name had not
Irep'-with thy gl.rv mroanl illt hea.l- 'said, and likely to prove a uichl nmorrue etlclise fuoce omi beelrn mentioned. Now sit, and hear me. I staud here
a;r frnsn thie gra.isp' ol wron ; tle side of confusion and rapine tlha the minale number of again to warn you of the judgment or God that is coming
HIIhep --irlgti*sr a,f'tlhe mighty 'lead- men. on you. Do you thiLk I sead lire in my ow urength I
Th'oImu il.lmeiJ ul tong ?' Tlhe Rablel, the adj :nrct of the Tlieves at all times ; Could I stop 500 men in di. hmume and coummil mham to
S ;le*l.,'-un ha;tr wii a living tnmb, is composed of Clrsterimongers, drovers, slaugtelrers of listen to tme, if I stood not in reliance on hium in hoen
'v Withui Illa heart' warm core: cattle, knackers, dealers in lead bodies mld doig-uInenl, name anil despised love I implore you to listen to me for a
Nw ri l'. inr ara. mor ihlhi., noar glmo6'. bricrkliakers, chimney sweeps, nightlmon, scavengers. &c. few momnern. I stand not in my own strength, but in
Nor.xr. l lll mourients Istand not in i, own strength, but in
SMa ever machine niseralle, iignoranl, decradehd, the Inslots of society ; dey that of Jehovahl. The House of Commonsnn hiu wben
I nilg myn vruleonri hki ;i lea, are ruckuned within five mile of St. I'daul's at filly thou- twice called to humble itself before (God ; but the moiionu
)n 'T. in'4 .lia o triis treI.n : siand. sa; got rid of by a miserable subterfruge. You have now
T., fli. existeiile ira il m.d brief, T'I' Illintile and Owenites, are compared at not more litr scourge in time midst of you, which croesud tie womld
The rrconri oul drem :; Ilan one thouusnd, but arm the nmstl troul esiome and lmll to gekt a you. When a bill was brought in with respect
ls erarmt ll bll a lIhng forgot-- dangerous no. TiLe first division of this class is com- to that srourge (we presume the hio. member mnet the
\ rh lBrillth Ilmnl remeiher not poeed of radiieal and jacobins, who desire tue establish- cholera morhus) an hon. member of thi Iease opposed the
Thy genius aod thy fame! inent of a republic with Mr. Ilunt the blacking mhikr or recognition of living Providence ia tsh scourge The
sowI om other Jack Cade it the erad uf it. The followers house would int make that acknowledgno l, but toaed
eIaec '-in th mi m"jt alon"- ouf ()wn d'oire v new state of society, in which here lte name of G(od out of thim hole. I told the house be-
No earhlvliy srild ma thln: hall be a comniunily of aoCod, ; hilitas preliminary to i le Ifre, that its (;d was tihe people. The people you have
Sleep '-with a kin luom l r nlay throne-- state of Iltings it is nererssay tiat all tie present laws and exalled, and to them you lave bowed down and worship.
SWirp N! .al llie voie of nuh.a ak, institutions shouldd be overthrown, oraes Mr. Wakef hl smn peda; and you did a in the Scotch bill relating o this ver
The ilonrou. nil tlie brave: they woulll destroy the ixistiing race of men in murder to disease it wss noo in your harts to huoble yooeelve
Hlee : 'till Eternitv shall lreak replace it by another which should condemn the couuli- before your GUlo. You Imve done it-but he will st now
Time slumber of le grave tution of property. arccet of it. Your God is not a God to be mocked. He
SAll hee several classes of the populace have a natural is a o(d that e*arrceth tle hearusof men; and this hoee,
A I) \RK PROSPEC'T FOR LONDON. Antipathy In the prensnlt order of things, anil in times of which hears me., knows full well that it was not in the
We lhve r.m l wih ll niixed l liniis of ,i Ilis'la ar li.r. trouble I %wuld cimlmbiie l.iouils'r to attain tie different ends hearts of thi Council of lle King truly to humble there-
tor, a paimp>lilet lailly published inl lnmlin, v bl.u ard by Conion iimeiin In cma of an insurnrection,thew sealevesbefor tlieir (lod. You are not approaching lum ia
Umbliun ,.k.'iL'ililI, entitled lIHouseholdi in danger fanatical followers of Owen will be found Captains and a spirit of contrition, humiliation, and supplication. Yoa
fram tile IPpulare." It consiss osT a series of facts wilh I leaurs umong time thieves and tla rabble. Thlrv are Ile do not approach him as men who feel that in him, and in
wichll tie tilithr iecare 'iiliar while confined with the most intelligent, or at least tle most scheming o'f el po- hiom alone is their blesing and their prosperity. You have
raligate of all descrillions in Newgrme. (where, s manvy place. Thby piopose the destruction of thlPost OI1ce, not m*btnitted yoonselve day and night in his sight, and,
aders will recollect, ir, was imprisoned or the 'abducti a 'o sop the Utansmission of inelipgnce ; tihe destruction if you have ordered a fau, I y i ha e a been is a pirit
of Mir Tauror, a wealthy heiress) and of his own con- of the dividend books of lte Bank, which woukl spread of repentance and humiliation before your God. (Cries
dcsios and spoiulatioan. ly l" lHousaolders," Mr. confusion through the land; the destruction of Ducltrs' of Adjourn.")
Wakelield means that large e class of working and business Commons. which wild so unsettle property as to render The rulers of he land have not in 'heir hearts cotri-
people who are confined by their prolesion to one spot tile best Litles difficult of proof, and of course facilitatethat tion and repentance, and die work of you and you rulers
elK of irwse property is, for the most part under his state of society in which property should be in common; hall not be acceptable to (od. The cme of yea Gond
*wa roof, and who in case of popular commotion, wol the destruction of deedl in Banks, lawyer' chambers, d.i. is upon you. (Cries ot "Oh, oh I" ead Adjeure.")
e obligeed to leave his property to protect Iis family, o, for trhe same purpo, and, finally, in order to bring about 'rime curse has been hanging over you ever sise ya diZ
end them away from London unplrotersdl or wonrt of the division of property with tie least bluod.hed, to take regarded the call of the Load. (Cries of A nu.rn.")
all keep lallin villh hi:n to take tllrir chance in Ihi, clh,- the wives and children of tle wealthy as Inlueing.. It I told the house and IlIe people of this country that I fail
ftr of areildenma.. Mr. Wakefirld asrtr., that li' Iaou- is dificllt tio conceive an) limits to the anarchy and con- committed myself to this talk wih moch prayer, and I
lace whi have or supposed tdem vsevs to have an in- fes"ion which would result front tihe scces of any of the' will not be turned away by mwn from the rtak which I have
lest opposite to that of ime community at lar-,;" sad I Ilans".-From Mr. Wakefield's plausible statement, Iow. undertaken. I tell this hose Ihat this land will ie dle
who are enemies of tie protective lawn by which so- ever, i does appear that there are no less than ninety desolate- tell you that yet a little while and ye aal
aety is uplh.ld," are at this nonemnt bent on prslucing i thousand people, in London, compsaing this populace, howl and lament, and your land shall be deaoltle--1 lll
anarchy. It will Ie seen that .Mr. Wakelield dividend who are bent pon mnisrhief, and who will have a very you that rie pestilence which tie nmrrcy uo your God Ia.l
society into more nunw-rouo classes than are recognized Ifavourable opportunity to commence, whenever a visil of been holding in, and which ye have been despkailg ia yor.
in this country. lie dies not include among l is House- tie Kine. or a general illuminalion, or any oiier public lears., will be let loose amonlst you. I ell you it will
ladser lluose iwe are mlie owners of mansions ; or Ihose occasion shall ill tIhe slreets will people. The pamphlet and I tell yotu Iatl the sword will folkIl. I hsn. y.o t..,
ho have the ability to run away from the dancer should of which thlis is an extract L. addressed to the ehousehlders, hings. and I tell you that tey are the word of (;nd. I
mny arise ; neill.'rd ues he. include in wilt he denominatem the inhabitants of ti w streets within the ciy, ar lle l tell tlli house mure. I tell yoa lhat the churchof thi I; ,,lo
l" pompulace," peopleof anv character or respeclabililIt property would necessaril lie sicrificed at the breaking hall s Ie llai Ilo', andle tie eourge shlll bi ,.oln e I,..,, '
Whatever ; they are a class bent upon producing anarcliv out of an insurrerion, andi who could not be proIermedl by yoyu ums it ruling. The cihurchl hall lie laid l,,w ;nd ilr.--
with a view t the plunder and destruction of psriprlt. the soldiers ef the government or tle oi lire ol the me- trate, for law has corrupled nher wayo h,fr.. God. She has
Hesubdividestllw popular into three clamses-O neme Iropolis. The remedy propl,.ed I.y W mi elic!l, is to arm ar played the Iariol with the iae, rul has forsoak lse dor.
Tiesea, Ih iRab iL-hat is. persons who., elrene the tll HUielolde, ima they mn.yv protect I lliem.Iives; or in tries o)f tie Lord. Tl.me thing eill coma.e l psam-so ,r
party, frequent unsati ed huloer and brutalism pur- other words, we suppo.e, to form a National Guard like i ees shall mae theme. Therefore, trouble ntht ourwslves
ies rea.ler them as dishonest as thieves, most of them that of France.-Iloaoa courierr about this bill, fo this is your doom, iand his is le de-
ciale conta,lllly wril thieves. an.l none of whomm whd -- rneeof tho land. I has gone funrth. You may mork
slect a favorable opmprlonitv of stealinn-and Des- From Pouslo's i'Pilndrlr, Adrertiser. me, and tink me mad. Yne ay m k mim e as oe
Pm s e, mot of whom are working people, diciples of The British Parliament voted to have a Natisnal Fas.; beside himself, but the hoe r is coming L wh ye shal know
Owen and flloweraof ll.nl." and, accordingly, a day was st apart. Pariiamemt, hoe. whether the thileltha I lak are *dmy uwrn cal d, or
Mr. Wakefield processes to speak of the number., dis- ever, assembled in time morning, with a view prohebly to are tim words of God.
pmition and pla. nqf these people of his own kknowledare, an early adjeornmeni-to I)inarr. The reform lerstion Mr. ihaw rose, and ,ald perhaps his hauiable friend
acquired while lhe wan confiired anllimon therm. 11 fixes wa taken up and discussed with much warmnh-bl thlie would allw him, in a pirit of the imolmtoni almintion
ho number of ti e (:Comni Tlie'n isL London, at thirty debate wan saridlenly ws pended by tie risin of Mr. of hs own motives, to neraat that he would et hinmelf
IemaaDd, which ariamate hr says is founnd oln in fares Apwe Perciral. make the house ac coltrar nl the sprit in which be was
carefully veriia.,l. IIe stna, that during IIe nincht of he Mr. Spencrr Perrival theln ros and addrlawd the house maniona that the debate s oui conclude. lie e*trealed
"t No vmber, 14tti, when it was ciperled tlhl Dake of from i he back ben(lim-, in an emphatic Ione, aind with his kmnourrle I(rend to allrw every inrme r to retire who
WdlUington and Sir Robert Peel would acrriiio:inv tIn w ieislln gesture. The lion. menler bI can :-In whose wished to keep he day in the manler in which his honour-
ls" to G;iildlhll. Ime saw several boulies of thieves, in nanm doaou sit herr 1 (lll-ippr,..'sd la ghiter.) In is I able friad was desirum it should be kept.
Sri mI plarne, aimiuniting in nulier lt ai leiat usven name, at the mention of lhmn tilter and user come fortl Mur. Prticnal rose o older, and said he must act a hi


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gcn i mct a The hative d. oates eted Pre s t he Wed lav, thln e hasa year in be qu00m0, hic in alne
f coa r e e dra n le r ns dlsYdialip h owe odi onW and i i g chainvels. . ,
cauIght hi h i isi yei. el an nts bre, at City of London To vern, .t oee Btart fra m Antwerp, ta te s k1 n i Kming st.
sal y E dSt o'clock thhd to take is* ratIon Goe dri iudtr nw w ic r yhs s yiliauy frte. W iat
ad tei y i. a Al at oee1 of lthe Coonie. tr Meatio .a Cheaoi ., i thi. rigd in darcy i ncomesqau e trg,. rna.
gt iin. nI Ddr n. nciar, uy.oadnm4 d, *iM a" t-e r Cuir. Iia . h.e pu i .. n.. '.
Illauulen L d. -k hI JoearL -mi 1 4 Trade he is is o ustoe~f Ie uUL-ot depression, and Waeilvehord from so many.quartsnthit, ie
S,-forp~ lltiayrroua'. ir l1ll-l.h,w i the distress prevailling is nprecAenled. The Cholm ricor Cc'tsau hhsbeenofoli redilwol VAI .,inla
i' his love for lo e W tL e ye did bl, blood cundtines. but' iot with any incrype of viruelehe. There Vicar of Islington, that although f'i aine de i"ed.
stream from the fim *emnamio 1pm e ar you t- ire OM remainui In.die metropolis 0 coals, and liae lousy, we can no longer doubt the fins Tr pro.siti .
and ye think ao ILL. Whoi year Od and your w cas yesterday, wit 590oanhi deaths 30. In tile we need scarcely add, wa miade'throegh.lli,,.;
SaviourT Hi itQlllhl at whoe coalg n siludl other paru of Oreal Brital-, '92 clais remain, and the anld iillueece of the Right .HoI. Chlrloe 6lav .T .
turin to the reca tn tl elm. neiw cases io yesiday's report was 4l; the total cais in Rev. Oouodelan hasu refaued tlee uoter, otladi-.is
.a bieo*a hl in bter e le o r e, and ld that dhan Londlon, from the comeno-ceunml, have been 20 ), and physical infinities.--Courir.
weae 1eM lan rthe liau The Spreker ordered mnr- d deals 1001, in tie country the cases are 7331 and on r, lnh 19. .
Prtto wirlrlaw, aid Mr. Percivil Instantly caed, ald 4g. City I o'loc-" ConolsarBetilqoo t alj .
it dal I m. Indearibable con.finlon prevailed during The Reform Bill willbe read a second time in thie Lords chequer Bills 8 9 premiumla; lad lodikh bendk .
ti es rerle part of thu honourable gentleman's speech. on Monday nest, but great aoubt appears to be entertain- couut. .
1'TIe aembert stood piunped on die door, r 'in the gl- ed of its ultimate passing into a law. We Ihve lad suine In the Foreign Market, RnMsitam octk I M rl ta
kri., eseily observing him, and the cries of Order," runimo'rs of an approdchiig change in tim Ministry ; but Spanish 1)6 14j ; Clilian 16 171 Dutch 48)(; Nadi'.
and "** lIdmru," ilogelhfr with the noise raumed by gentle- there appears little foundation for liiq. The sapint Cur- 31 to 1i; Greek 28 9; and Puorltltaun 40 50.
Isen r.rismfnf, occeolmied frequent interruptions, and run- poratiun of Loandon presented yesterday a petition to lte Half past on.-onnial remain l ( ;rt ..
dJrl some or the honourablegentlenu n's ulsorvations in- House of Comnmons, eopriuive of their approbation of
aiiudibl in tlle gallery. The motion for the adjuurnemnt the Orders in Council it out t to the Westn ldi These It is needles for mu to replet a truth already inprs i
mf ltie diebte was then put and carried. Tiheotherordern blockhlads, whose knowledge of the matter is about upon upon ite mindsof the ereat bulk of ouiJrmden,.-m.l.aa,
of the dluy having been gone trough, the huaisessaiuurned a par with the calvne' heads, of which their mock turtle tiat until the means of carrying thritllh the ihos e
lt is. 'lck.-'k." is luade, lave thus thought proper to put on record, ona Lords all those provjionsof the PBi wrhih are r grofl
utlh r instance of their stupid ignorance. by tle country as esential to any systeil of solid ln.
The accounts from Paris mention the appearance of tin' provement in the ripresenation,--ndmil such means t*
TJiE IARS3 (Chiletn there, with a degree of virulence really alarmi- be in visible existence, at the dhposal of Ie Mvlafj -
_ ___ min"g.--The number of person attacked ul to the afternoon Ministers, nd ready for imibise use,--ne rpm o.
=if: -i t-ae 31, was 735, of whom 267 had died. It is aim tisfaction can be enjoyed by theli'ends of re'fi .
IWBD nVEm B l Yl 30, I l83 ,aid to have appeared at Sevroe, Eltmpas, Calais, Tours, Alniut every body, since Monday evening, bas e
S==--- (; Geneva, and Berne ;-the greatest alirn prevailed. himself, whether relr stands in i bette or aore 1.
This mamorning, the Mail Bout Fadviirile,Captain Cuoke, C(:onidurable rioting had taken place, the military lead lition than before 1"
Irrnvrd fIron Kinguaton, Jamaica, via. Cmuoked Iland, I Ibeen called out, and fired upon tldu people, wounding se- Appearances, we are bonnd to sy.iprmaie no n
bringing in d April Mail, with London datm to the 5th, vral and killing one. favourable prospects, so fur as the coimbTntion of alh
an.d h n to te 7t, brut ot in i M he medical mo rent Paris appeared to be completely at partying the House of Lordi're concerned.- `ries,rt.
aildl Falimnouth to ibm Isli, brought oost in His Majesty it os how to treat riedisease. I it provinces various
IPacet Rinaldo, Lient. 11111, 2 ilays from 'iilinmuih. Our outrages continued to he committed. Public attention in the city continues to be unch to.
files .f Jaimas; pmaltareceived, are to tle 17th instant; Tlie account from Holland and Belgiun, still give but 'cupied with tle Belgian treaty, the raticatiosof which by
but, from the lstten of tle arrival, we have not been little hope of the teriniation of a tedious dispute between the three powers which have not yet signed it, i fi6 d ftu
of l States. The advice, to-day state, tllat the Belgians to-morrow, beingon tlleir part the 2d poatpoei t
able t.o tie as lengthy a summary of news as we coullhad a assumed al offensive. atitude, and that tloy t inh ede d tI e luestioo. The statement current on the suject .a
have wishci-neider could we insert, very copiously, ex- attacking tlo Citladl of 4lwerp and Maestrirlt. as much at variance with each other as emetnly, lat th
tract iroai thrin. We have. however, givco such Ias p- Tlie adJvices from Italy imaention several movements of belief reens to have gained sltengih that the ratiiat
p.'ar to lit of Imnt inlurtalnce to this community. hle tiiltrien troops, who uhad coimplletely hemied up the by Ha, atall events. will be further opened. A
It is sita.l, that tile Reform Bill is now considered Frenchl in Ancona, and were saout to take p .-sion of IIh sane tie it is affirmed, that Autria nd P s
Si (va \ ecihia. Tlie eapolilan (;dverrntent continued ""not t "e influenced by this determination of thale at.
sulitic of tinur importance, cunmpared with that of theI i ;act Mnos rigorous .itaiya preciautinmis. Consider- and itat thi ratification of the treaty, therefSe', ,y the'
Wi t India imi.m; u and the late rebellion in JaiInica Ice dllai hia.l two daue in various parts of Italy, b powers, will take plce to-morrow.-I6. .3).
apprier Imo Ive ltad a very salutary elTect in working a I vrre soirks ouf cai(i .i:ike. At IRei.in, every iounu --- -
clange in tie sealinments of the people at hmlnus: it ham lhad iele dliiiu.,'d, lthi Clihucli of SI. t'iter u.lhsti: edii From Mr arogr du rlmhr siof .VmA IT.
placed in coluass too bright to mistakelLn, the mreul and itl, r injury do*. ()iher towns had also autTlred The piassini exciteJd by the Duitch C.overimrni LueI iit
l.i .ght hbe eprn r. ..pe.ii in the Ihful coeideribly, amn griat' lliran prevailed. .sulijets against the Belgians and the Fre uh hare jo< ner .
which origi be expected flute persisting in the shilaumiei a u' iimei a most unforsuaate russ. and em whir ,otl -n uaui..
. .A reprts was current la Pdils. li theile French and EnR. """AlI a moo unfloua"te evens and newhlh ty hav s..
o.pnitilin to the interests of tile planters of lti western lishi Squsudrons attacked luat of Rusia il the Lealt in i 'uns nIlequences. We allnda to Mso at of i Wti -rile re.
w..rl. In l. ,,rdon, a nm.elit.g was held on Thursday, lthe ruonmuince of the Russian troop liavin jttinel Colu- I un ,m rIs R agao*es at Rhet on l i .i ani.u .
having jn I .-was tuorr, n from his carriage an threatened with wIti, floli
5i,1 of April, by irnny of ItI, mlot opulent mercliant and cotrni and attacked ite French. We do not, h over, i in bhe water.
s'Ip Iowner, who have an interest in tle trlae of the West place mcth faith in this. The followeing account of the fct is givea hither n apo-
vInllas, ..rs whIUha n in i lrvl of he Va Ii I reland, matters are as bad as they well can be, and dir. of Iruisselt.
Iir;'i, i wich dccastion, the Earl of. lrewood waa outrage and disorder ruled supreme. M. Laurnce. Coni of His Majesry the Kin od e
r.llud to tll chair. In owning tbe meeting, the Earl e:- We lave tlh declaration of ilhe Emperor of Russia, in F'rench. at HItoterlmes, escaped a few days agl iatsin the
prruss hi uisqualiled regret, at the prejuilice which ex- I nich Ile states lie will not Lecumne a party to coercive 'r("'U" f ipopilar haired. M. Lnarnwme. acumpensed ib ha
isteel aeins IILs Majesty'sdistant subjects; and depreaP i mnsasures being adopted against tihe Kin. of I landan, bu i wIe as io s p ing ee of the rea O t ael say in is csmutre
when itlmn reaching a bridge nea the harhour, hia-rannae
t1. in no a ed ro tie rvoltioniin Orders in Ipr s g lly hi p of a pacific concluion to in slped by several individual. two of sh m. well dressed
'r^ncLr **i? 0-"0-'s. ** r"! M,,lri,,.i.l n,, ^ ^ ^ ;^.\^ ^ ^ :
t(,cdil : In ctieni d r dte West Irdiane, the protection diIi''uncet. and s e;aking the French, uttered a thouu.and impracation
ci climd f die t i tie protection t is understood here, that Earl Mulrve ill not I- ain France anid it govermen. d threatened n
which is every Briton's birthright. Lord Selkirk could part for the .Governmoento Jamaica, ,ill he la eivn all the C'.,,,il into the Water. Upon theetqii..rv l. M.. Iauerr. ,
n.. but rconiuler, that the prosperity of English comn- I e votes lhayt nay be waited from liini in favour of ithe wlth.er they knew in whnmthev were lm-.Li;na. ihe rieple.l.
urce was. in a great measure, depending upon the Reform Bill. I'- we r know vuyu plrfemiy. Imu are tir Fnryloi It'Hpble
Cloie. A nu r of other iaaed and hb e We learn from Syria, that Ibrahim Parha was still b-'- cat.s si Juohin* n of Paris. %e ihave no wih for iou. Ta
SA n r o her d d highly singing St. Ja d' Acre, and that the Turkish flect wa the water! To the water The Envoy of the King osfe
prtable gntlmean, expressed themselves convinced of aboutolkove ll Dardainlle.foertlecoatoflSyri.. Larg 'I n"The, then siaedM. ,Lunmn dr,,ge'l him mlhibr-
the ilarmiag sate of time Wet Indie ; and invriably rein'rcemenis were being sent from Egypt, to rei.lrce riage, anl were a ut to throw hin itio he aster. ba ato
concluded eir energetic addresses, with a aguine the besieging army. I cr i of his wife. which itrnetied other more humnme mohi-
hope, that di rebellion which threatened the very exist- Tie accounts Irom China, by way of New York, affirm tent, ho put the uasilonts in fight.
c of the I d of Jamaica. would imph un the dilerenv bewn Ihu Cmpny and thie (oiern- M. Laurenre on teaching his house. hastened to au ir
rn di I-lad of Jlm aicai, w d 'p ren upon the nM.t, had tereinated, but no particulars are given, detailed lport of this occrrence to the French Amhribad r
minis ihe people of Great Britain, Ihe danger to her the Iague. The Dutch G(oernamet ilid all I ill pIow
frnign pumsin ons, of agitating the subject of slavery. From th Juami n Royal C7 rite,. M.lny I. 10 bush up the aLfair and keep it a secre.
This i eacmuaging ; we stil lave hope. of sting peace TIHE FRBENCII ('COIONIES. "
and properiuy reored to the West ladi. We think At a period when England o.ee*s to consider the colnisn F'rom tkA London Cou'rie, of .arcl 19.
i ,hI pb0th Wreind in We think Rolmere objectss for tpltiicl elps..nment. nn which to Ir% the PORT UGAL.
dthat th reaction ia the public mind in the mother coun- etrelmity of eaha.stion. it i. inialicuinu is behold the puIntc. Letters frilm Lishln, of teil )lh uoh. state thasl, afr
ry. win ac the rac of orne of the bnooxious idividu- in kinlness exlended by the Freic h Guo.,ntrn, to its pln-. the arrival l the Sandwich pocket, o t i h .2' f 11 .
**ren tami.O y ,t";uu a aW eoatllfatilon hlas i a IaIees to each, which. i
als, w have d every opportunity to dirow mrands thouho inferi r to or old and chartered rights. is much bruiry, with London newspapers of tl II, l diui
Mang t slaves. rior to the improvements of the Board of Couo usl gre tea 'exrio' s were ndedo to diM-.ltch the reniniirreuwvr -W
Trinidad. The MonilMer of the 17th December. gives Ihe 'tr"p to Madeira. and that a corvelle, a brig of war, f, r
Thi Conre r was sounUmod on Sunday last, to hold alm"rble rmoleiing of M. de Rigny. the hbt of Navarino, store dsips, and five small schooners, haid tlat illleoran I l
an in the body of a i the dild of now Minister of the Maries. wh, aftle poinina out the inef- to ea,having on Ioarmn from one thoumined to terer nn*
a iqest upno the body of' n inat, the daiid of an it- cieey sad impeataahihty of dihe colfmos,hpting represen.l dend troops, in the hpeo recig Mdr lr i
dented African to Mr. Crry in Market-street. The tarvss t -he Imperal lgilhatuore,. and rerii the ew arrival thrch of Dn lPe r
evident of a h fale witme, lagethir with the opinion of reul.vatns and establishment. thus closes hi spech:-- I Time troop- comnrine two regin. nt, s.lrleid Lg af
aMdicl praciter, lwi ben o te ot mete chmnehe ofr ea to Frence ;they te a loyalty to Don Miguel; but their conduct, or ein_ fdi
a Ml iherd, de Jbi wur, wih- members of the incial body--they ie distit, buhat integral i r, a uch asto It very aubt.. .on t er ,i.
na rMlring, delivered a verdict of acidental dsath." m pens of the kingdom. shore, wai such las o make It very diubtful whle' r stnai l
For a keag time we ealtmies irte nhe aeidemd n loyally could be dependle on, if thev founil tll. sfadar
IFv Ile aie 'mCom-r, of Mey 10. instrOmeumt o poib pow rnld we h-is'taihmir f of Donna Maria flying on tlleir arrival at l.dl'irs.
nFROM OUR RIVATE CORREaPO DENT i*r. d a impact ~p to cedoimers d. e ednro Lisbon wa. in i stale of great excitement,l a;il mse
FROM OUR PRIAT CORREPONDENT po.st. to ea.dhe chai of eonreioeetwen Frane of Don Pedre's manifc.lto and Proclarntnl hal not
Ltworep April 5 and te ~at of the orkl." w oly been circulated In actually posted on "e C',irot
Thle. paodsee arts an segrde lega5 nas last week sad Church doors, aid evendsovheah nf. p mw re arln-ri
Is. lower kr Mp l cvedqoh the dema bd kmo hC Con- THE REVE.N E. Nop Church doon, baJ me immlnstaem"d 1* e"li
timenl beinsi ttlhr prie wa-r remivrW at Tuesdrl's The accew of tia Rev e i No proceedings h b'a ldi ootK b*j b

m P ad t w. S re at yar. o t oen l a II i r against Baron Quintello. Political arrest *ife occurie
Me. q d 1 11. Cth Co"s ais a of s lid Be.i Bill, ad die Cammnercii rftrigtiA s ho- daily. ,
wea was v ipa a band diase ds nta t e in co ve~nc of the Chlers. Don Miel, in the midst of all this, had gnat -
e efi ly a a a ri h to4abe,. m arins l amai Ti'" e Commisiomer for the redemptioe of the N- river to a lPre heout twenty miles tron Lisbons, .
w .ily atd rdi '~ e. ao 4s. do &lie d la l eI tn si Daol t h ve met, snd hare ascecained that .up to sh ntineerc'mion.
ordi-sary87LIe Th. i ameasdi i 8 Rum10 which ad I the 15th iaL then sla u Iphw RBavene for ltnt re. The Constivutionalits were highly delighted at lh is-
ordianry l. m M a The duma.l he Ram, which ied iepiei of ay larte porn tei debt-. This fact.l elligmrnc contained in tmhe Corier of uIs 2l of Febra
ssuiehl Ilt.e L ai" :r mirsis, and hlewuarl e the ,Commia er i O announce ad wi ll, at te n l, that dte English and French e rnma nts bad in"e"
Sd t sau uie, slatenolciilly the auounam of tu eli ienc) fur posed to prevent Spai i front intertferiig in lme titafui










l% s m .st to have deow a, taee er e .,1 111
as m troop were the ftro hr,, !. "
dncTi sLoeas& a"shim19th. al I-h*, a^olLw m
A t 'ie i' rwe a dilmrent veroned a rit dus
"hl ae f r DM Mig tu uaMs eh Isl pt ter, F *W GBE 1
a.t is eNgs hi country mnm a.er to Spa n. POT 6OP NA-A. P.. .'
eslmtper Thim ontersraeceived wear wri-



0i con.iqisoge of which was, Ohft their commi- Shot, TaAllf, Chair. Orgma IC
eMaMrbeskee f, d hs.C Mre SSu Chs C Sail e Paro dh Caspd d>m Ihsm -
L edaboM ER.e couLains a letter, written, il state, o Rigg ing, SpYa B fr l ,mmd Inck d.
ra.w.iglskAire" so acounA of the troops of 9h 8aGI, r, JKey W t 8 Domigo Key. which was ieqlw o tikb part by
of Desat idea anmaidg only to fie toand S29h-A. ,oo uGdry weckiel i ofI D
etf wrhomni wese oacripus, eoMpeled 'in the r- or. Pork, Beef, Ld, Meal, Cori, dCllrtein mumaik o
d printed iit by martial law. So far, we un- Chairs le., Do. MTma.i, is asea,
(ays tlhe Cmourr) from this heing the carse, hais 30th Rh. Marn, WIn, J.mia Chempeio, in baukts,
Ltens imounts iii upward of eight thousand picked M os, .ourite, C, c .anaicacase nest,
u wir.m, 'nly mt dhmland eight hundred are re- Bat Cok Ji Bakeu, io es,
as.d f sthme the Uaety i re vulunlteer. nCLE RED, E (ueea e PAu ,t g1
sPmnnesrived itTeraia for the |.rpou My aq A._ s lop ,n", *. N NYork Sl:t, in She o,,
,ab prewi.ly stated, oa bieine foromlly declnr d Ma 2 th-A-r. Poop Counters nR e, PN wph r Tables, C hin
He wo s received with wthe gaet enthsian Ot A, Orgao, ,
Marble Sa Che,.
GREECE. THE BLACKMJITmg8 MHOP I Chain Cabloe, 90 faribone,
rsofrom Grseece oate ta the Oppositin pwr itively Parliament- Rsir oppIoile the corner of the Work- Sail, Rigging, Spun, Boa, c. :
ise nominlaion of Pria Otince Ot (hi ai Ki, f ( II h5oums Wall, -is now in operation; where every kind May 3Othi. .
F rBfLdeo ..... i al +.,









Slodosng but foreign iter!e^rence can force him of Blackmith'swork will be ecuted in a w kmnlike Y
i country. Under this Kingr fif tien ear ol, n, eand with al pomible diprch The sbKriber BY HENRY GREENLADE & CO.
Oleould, they maintain, he governed by rftuim, and intending to superintend thin businee himself, will be
Sa province if the Cuar, oven if prierseil by thankful for all work in th line, which shll be done on Oi Maiy me, the Is Jam,
linttio which is m eany for S.vereigns to vilute or reasonable terms. "AT Sho vtn, o e i, ba
Plha. TIh .,e thirds o era for Peloponn pos, s ays .tha THOMAS NUTTAL. At Yr TaO ohA. M .
I H ir w, aii eliif ilt the Rguouoliol Chiel' had May 30th. Will e old
detECE. T(EhmuL CorinLh to join the 5000 noen police
d~jteir comimnd.-Whet this junction hsi taken EXl'MA SALT, for sale at 15 cents per busheL SueIne F lour, p
,theyv will pet down the remains of die faction wlich Apply t Coro Mail, Coler Pory id
SSico.ngb daily nInre unwitrlinig to follow him. A At Eunun. nlwil bBued in rd,
i intmlr of oldirs have dewrted his camp near Febraiy 4th. po The mhaiber, BuY Y GE ,
ilol, the P.lopo.nessu efuse o proceed i undNOT indiin ICE.s Thmssf wu etr illt hdivesry.
obilion. which is two easy for Sovereigns to vioOTE or reasonable termba.Ars deliveIDr yOF6. 4






SPAIN. A LL PERSONS having demands agMinst the Estate May 30t sh.
il Kingof Spain ham Iprdoi the rcater portion of l of Joeph Saunders, lae of the Island of New -BY NADD
ga,.r he ving tiken put in the conpiracy of 1n827, the ame duly nested; and lhoe indicted to ihe said O n M a a the iC, .Jm
the of them lon already arrived in Cataloni. '.ian, ae likewise reqto eted to make immediate pay-
areallllowh, l halfpay, hut hove certain towns as- ent, at the office of (. P. Wood, Esquire. AT rl vnNDU OOLtnE, o
rid eo ihem for thrrthy cannot TIOMPSON .AL'NDEII, Executor. At 11 *'lesoh A. K.
mniq ,m eciaj i pelmaina n. April 2d. Will he old4
--i be- dThat valuable and well known plantation, calHed Cor, B
Wsr itA the Naires, at Africr.-fl leter from til. FINAL NOTICE. Nut Glove, abeo two mlel o the Weler rd of the town,
* Alrica laili a id of JN.ury, we leri itht tih LLHE SL OBSCRIIEII, having closed the niercatile containing 3tiU acre-ta- gre par of hich bi nevw
S inwarfarne I flver Gambia with l,> h li., tribe, i J. concernsof the late u i asJ. Solomon, Eq.,hereby been u Bdercultivtion. About oeE himdml ne reuse e-
anmii, tie Kfin havin t greed tall be t'roiinilmnd- notfy ito hose who still remain nedctad to hasd tasie. eloded by sone walls, in te are pstures.
L hAer ia einKaig em t in which lip hiimnsil w.s w.inded, thea Ii u their respective diem nds are liquidated pr- Ther is, on the tbone lrat, an inmmi se quatit o:id
diM 1 mawa killel, and 40 or 5,) nusoodv.. The bat- vioui to the It Junoe. they *ill be placed in te handsI ol Firewood, which would rvnd'er t a vauIable conideraiioall
m fouht by a detchment of the frican corps, Iun I n Attorney-at-Law, for inmedieate recovery. ny person dipoisd toener ino cotrict fr the pply
* Lmioe, joi 4 to tl o uoit,. .,eamiin aond maris n- M. SOLOen, ON Eee ue . o rrson. Is iMeti ble proAprtTi, on the nere
It Pmthper gun bri timdonly eKn liw h t anel on the C. S. ADDERLEY, Executor. of pUaurIge, ai so well known,it require no rrecemnin-
at the time, o'whot one man (a seamen) wan Marchils. dation.-The Fruit trees al innnmermble, and of very
m dd. Time blacks mustr.d I.) lis iThl; me n,nd wel- description afpfrded on this island.
gll entrenched is nstockadid toiwn, a Iew !,e s frnm I RI 'CTS FNE'W YORK TYPE FOUNDRY, Ea- In front, there re Irem 0to t 14aresot Gu(linea;rton,
i lIt of the river, in whi,', they were atta.ked bv I tahluld an 1l. II.-'Th'he nbs'rilar Ias completed well estbliahed and from. 51i to 700 Cocca Not tinre ..-
ilrk i a on ihe 2.l Decenmber. f new edii'us oft hsI b.Hik of .Siperiuein with wmhicl his many int U bearing.
t -arfr i he nce o .evflit ers i c o tomern, and other PriterI di, J.o.e to buy frot hin, --cult lin. Ab i lase
a hi Kng bv ing asr trill fer . .. lla- W, Oihn to thoi u ho itill rontln i nd-in I t d S o hlt E.sup . Ioload by sn walla, in Fondye po.ure





heint r ins r n at mtte s it i tr n d- ) A ustuss chi Cty HalL le would SOPIIY, .1 y r, exceln-t Cook, Washer ,d
S*i s sk e he nin lhi u" th o l, tie a, o wllnd rd n. rk, lor the informetive ol tho e who h dae pno bTeen n Ir on er a
a L3 n killed 'u a hn 0 or 5 etr) t,"'!.' ie b she albit of dealing, with him, ande ca i different prac. SUSAN, 10 years, House Ser valt
I -a i pe thnr Ie t r .orpst Ioln I a ticor a be~s eten irdiae recovery. a JANEy p years ad to enter intgd ook ad Washber.
I atLuvnn,: te ds om.. th"wlk, o f1d m.- a prOLOMt Farid. ot te ohrrion. Itb ineuriahe t WILLIAM, 3t st ut.






hb further where you will fnd eternal met Wirt- otdera. Ti . u t .ent is very InGan.et3, ,asha. Cl-
y havre to emontrer betwIeen the crlel n ileC. S. AD t ERLEY, Eec utor. fc PEGY, 1 iereCooe k and H house Servuoa.

I bhe o ionied. Te uniw e re dn i n tns e sent high stei of1 pv.^ction, a,-d embraces. a variety of J COB, 10 years, very handy about a HIue.
y m big wh innmerble e yles, adaed to dierent saed to the varou depart- POLIDORE. 5 yearn, a Driver and Fis hen,:.
t in n, bu burin ribl ment printn Newspper, h d Job,blhigc ouhy f limnl nish- BlIN rH, 46 ve irs, di e.
Iu revolntre d isnk .own ca use l y over this o h d, and rast of the mCs servi cable asal. Not to notice JEFFEHY, 17 yth ere s ccstoe t1 work with a MAon
t, diversified in luence.-li r tc he variety which are dis -tinguish by their numb er in and Plaslerer for d 5 last to year. N
Ildk n c l the Book, i2 contains of
=lw ;.ls o ----= ROMAN and ITALIC 27 simL, from trwlvT-lie Pit. PRINCE, 47 earn, Ca .pentr.
96 r a villaiJfor. WhaLt matters; it it^ '' o~ tsupplia PRIeNCE, jr. yj. ccomnn at ed Foun driva a Camr t
O tletsthdin. ast Ilpiar tonr I anl, bh William Bmith. TWO-LINE uad TITLE, 15sihi Tw-tline Colum- AARON, 3IS years, a very smnar waiting Boy, iparti
. I. Benjamhi Robuertu. to Mie nary Rangier, both bia to in A rgie cularly handy with I lorse.
"t 'he. o SHADED, 13 siies, T i en-line e Pica to L n Primr. GORDON, 11 years, in csant employ wih Drey.
IID ouITALIAN, 7 si e, Seven-line Pic. to Lhon Primer. JERRY, 0 years, handy about a louse.
0. Inday he. in B t. Matitewa Parish Mnr Charon.t ANTIQUE, 17 M Tn-ine Pis to Nonpreil. er -a krt mMtLs' Croued, em giiag pp 'us -,


M yaa rMesetable merhant ion thi place, mer. 8 Pc n;t
as whr ty SCRIPT,u si e, Duoble Smll Picw -ad Great Pri. NOTICE,
16 fordler we ylfHE SUBeCRIBERS oyWer for mTli,bywhe e vr. .
youhove to enounter bieteen the crdle ck the liOrermly add L'b ettes and THGE 6 fos Co by ueeas






Severry operm abt big with e inumrabea, nc adtery iferento i A romito 6 irihds d. c0 Madeira Wi, ..:.

"o r/ ,r rRoles, Rule., Ornamented 40 dosen do. do. do.
I n resided there fur iefwt n, fut burl ATn,mao Dashen Long Braces, more ther a00 kiMd J of Flowerns 60 doen do. Tenerife do.
mrty at e Sretary'a Ofte, orpup km and 1000 Cu tend Ornt senit for School Books, tiew I itEFF Oiealnenm' Shome,
iOs fernrrol osevaw pred un pwncau. papers, and Sciltilc workL. d hlumn Dieane Bet tw .

.ir, A ay time daag roanr-rum oars, a Take Orders for any of thtan, and asio for Primes, Chases, HINRT OREENSLADE A CO.
dieiCompog Sticks, Cas, Faratre, Prig lak, or -y December 14th.
thareq Boo i the tn heite, 4wi7 eai, FOR ALe.
t o.ME, OF PtERON he emr orale tr es, and wi the atmt pm,~i R AL .
Am*er to oinru at Iarbou mIn Irasti. ale, l.-E stock of dte Foundry rides being lnyh TIem coiCo- sfm Lou f Lat, d wih- I
aJP.. Mr. Benjamin Roberts, yo Mass 7ary Danger, both bin to Agate. culbuv handy with a Ilorse.














r.uace. EbahSH D, 13 had. l aTen-le Pa to d mPprorimeve theMeOR, 1 M a .
01 AY Il. aer nM Ch.eh. Crl ANTIQUE, of wsapera wie pbh th advunpreis. 7 rnAce's eas, gedeaty hoireway da esaw i-






Lt ruion the Atl March It. John Hihae tt tihe tiqs, ON B forward paper cotliegl l Lighfoot, or Cpid'sa.

t W.I. lenesander the Foundry, wi l racive payimenlt .rtdetsemm,lfdhy per. For Tarm aed otber particalast appl' so the Sub-
Ss. chase from de Fomedry, to Our imer E a am 1 rivers.
' esk i ilD a Da rcny e. HNRtY OGREtNLA E& C. I"
1 Jos AohIyt New York, Onr, JPT.it II. MarDie U. I t
115.______OFPRSONS__ sad Biwol ----- .a and with the ontnPa .FOf





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904 WMatauga UrgiS
,to or6ad iherepWdism, .he w d awedinl la Oians. he We t Weied i
ipt- h w wad lit lma l we al
Pqst.c I M -mi me or Ii p'r Wha sh Ki of Pru-WsC-SSbKb had
st them, o aue upM pon he subject, I. (I;u ot, bo clldm m Blhe nowm? b
v I .--i. - ppi m iui l see Jie.liel--, J enerd meet, o pn. khkeM bem ilmg wish ths Pla
mis* &m ,blan eshave theCbit-| sitot slsksame Ii. Adie flolinog i. :-- Tie duelndeb nlpledn Ipr (ofhlet
I .llO m dWal bl. i ham. principles and be afes of our Revolution ought to be eo- ildeamble mou rham it. vailu. The l r fll
b Ile aths. ll d gol doe, d di amy,vi: add to evesy people; but SpaiM amese than any oah it. d d ed he would sever hlme e itin
-I in Sa. Ainalaqnnmr-- iS. Jea nrt de, 1 in C- an hae a eightt so make aclim l p u in reparaoll n semad to him hf aion ae .mT. K. he
I nlihrn-ascl i t: i-m I i Hlat lMin, I in of reiam cumismtd apiIls hea.' I luok dows his 1pe- ane of his walk d b t he miller r .e- le.a
M"tluaine, and l hgl* L1~! u e@ eIpreniloms, because I agL boanol to transmitl boLuolig A ilkgtb irrniated Witi h th Wllis'
T ium eiiiA Id M la" I riote jli yet samr. I the to hos 0 hd mnt e lo him. Thia swe tlle i shim a*"ou n e leut io be alure chat I .
Timee nuegd aim
tI ns.. Neuly nil who b e beo enaclukd bilung oi lIPilaoe of all tbl uepnbenl of the Council, and their '' 1..relired ierwon eno *le ti
the elkl r dof and l eM in cnl d nle row- wods were an.wernd by ltnir ctionf. 'he Prefecof have j. I'd t Berli "' Frederick ,as
Id, st. rdmeiMtaeo y ah e alyiy l It appears Ihat a Police received orders to deliver, upon the demand of thie the anwer,. ha, he abandoned his plan and fa
rOui er chmllmdhi one of tU prlnaipm ceas of Iwe Sp anish Coinllenl anld to all tlik individuals wiho r sshd to as nolt I inletere with the Iptrimony of thLaise
di-ease. lo proceed it Iliw Spdmnish frontier, not only plasports, but p in the econdimn of a people, when a oornlle,.
We think it is dut dly tf the Pgovermet provide ih, route hills, giving ren a claim to 1all ti I'.ilities of ili- oppre era uplifted am. cn coi nole kimsef wt I
poor. .1 nIlunwrouu in Pari. rti I wmlielumo ld aimd tary met. Cuonsmqiently, num.er..u troops ruipos d "m ie ans eerejudlgesin he and."- rdJ
cliilhinu.-'rhis meoalw, whli is ready practiced In Liou. ls uof foreigners thin ltil rombala.,s of July, !lOsue ah- of F ret'irick te Grail.
d..i, wouldd probably save the live ro many lmhumeld. "ce from Paris was een i lli pleasure, procederd to lie From t I (Cthe ra ) Chimne Regser. tI..
It is a remarkable fact llst di milady hak mude its Pyrenees, their ofcer a their head, ant their Ilai unfurl- TIw isvtein of falsehood clrriud an by the Cli
appearance under tll influence oa a Nioth wind, lwhiclh ed. Thie isulcrilliuns received by i (ICioinelilleii to: im mn'sicaliol with foreiners, M scarcely ened i,
ruiaiiniIed In blow for llhre davy. i m"ake dail-y imymients for nullmroius places inll d Dili- I hol have not had practical proof of tih fuaet i ,,
Mioruuaer it i1 cerumiu tllat ti dise se noi aln l ruon- genese, fur sending olf convuts of ole oil foot, and fiur- neaxircn, whether upoln the qubjectof eommienrlrdim
sloious as Ipl Ito lis tiute no phliysician or seller pem, is hing tell llw ilth arms, didl nt c e onlvll l Iii llml i en lho ti cruth is neler allowed for an instant to Intrfeit
riiOll.iye*.l aimot Ilih sick. huns beeni attacked. i leave since been designed time ciput mound or the na- rrrfcmestsm;ad n Vryu m rue and w manrpry eru
haie circullnllue will serve l tim lel |,niC i hich, lion-General Seln.utioni, for instance, suoscribd Lx)Ofr., .;nIrelo. tmldl to ml an inherent
Il, i.uJd rn l iMiany fi.milins w e a ) Iprparin I,, and General ,orao'rd 1Ol'r. A great mnI.IIy Deputies Ie lilnrl in Ihla people in every nkn of life. In hin I
klivoe llm rcpiitl, niot rrllietling lims if tie disease wa. lneingi 4i) lie Cetlrs't. as well u to tl ile Cule Cource, w hazardl nothing. Daili and hourly espe.= e k,
runl.gioima, it would muson fellow tml sto lu iir placus ul also ireuielud llsir uociigsI. In file, gifts much more, Inlfirm the novice in his opinion ul Chin asil i
retreat. i onsderable, sent by special agents to Bayounne id .Nlar- The ieriud appean to be at had wil h the esmdin o
P.S. half past 4 P. .W.-Eitleben new caes le;ve se illes, formed lle foundation uof tlhe Iiililarrv chest ul the fi)rei-e reiidenma will either be much improerl, ir
bren amnounmrled tim-Hv ; 14 have hien rat to tim l Iutel l. Sianiaris. All liese facet hanvc len little d in l memou inl n'"uch more uncomfortable: and is i well to couide it
i I I ce irhiilicl dmem:mccu IIc be made spin she Cbin0,
IDNeu I to lth Ilapllal 'lleer, and I o lla Pili. addressr d to (en. l.aifa's it oni he 3: Noveunlcr, 1Ircl), I ic, In ij demands me be md an enei Cline e,
'fie weather cuo0tum a.i, emd the id still blow. when dleinternal policy of the country vs clianged,h icci c tal alurs otfnhe ondai rine : the ilnmltionr of c i
front, tIho Nortlle: Eust. I mllellorial was, I heliev, laid belotre tile King, n1ld read iin lin lpivolv : an increased and mmire ronvnienil sler (.*1
Iln lgeeral tlere is not IIIInc'h pair anmoeg the lirlmier ir lCounril of Minailles. aromminmdation of foreigners: and a free conmua0nocalu
relo.ie, though reerl cliang.l have been olmurviul in tie C crime now to the principal alijer of tile letter of Macao; appear to be some of the inuil Iderabk.
di'l uof Isnie wiho frueimnt Ihe ceufem hiloes and restura*- .`. Caisilir Plrier, Jr. Tli Sjcisl Cinmmmille wa l Thi. is certainly a formunidaclble catalogue; but as I
lourt, nidl aim in eim rugiiimn of privUre families. iiirnIed iy lliu Sociley Is.lc Ui, L C(ie ti'uleral.' As I ci"Con of any one will be difficuI. and require |mid
II is amid Ilere will nut in molure dun fie days interval w. nol lIen na nienilmr of tlut society, I could not be one a little erlfa msnagemenl. backed by an effeclive fime.
IN-lwee.n the two se.siuLn In lluil cam we IImusct tnher of lhe C:omICill. ani d (nd illili I)Lri.r became a mean- gain the whole. Except in the cas of Capllis Wadl,
will be few pre.snl to deliberate, as ihey alU emo dinepn- her before I was. I ldve still in ly hands tlirty-dire, Sir M. lsawrell, the Chinese have never witnessed t
orf foreien fored against theirownpeny and iaeffek w
edI to losert, either on arrn taunt s' .ime las Liludie o'f .air., comcnissioni delivered t e ile eorrespondcn cl iI ths coli- and thef e reamples, thonuh very admirably answerihltm
Sor 6" cl trh Cloler. ; slill ie, dule.ld the 2ih. 27 *ll, 2lilh, and :)h of .Aulp p.oes for whlrh they were intended, are rifling to ieS
-Paris, .hllrf 1f.-Thin morning the Dili t L S enc filled will timid Ieople who are lreavin the campialu to si I all lie nmelI'rs .i di- Conilililce, including thal of 31. any warlike >aempi is made against lhe Chinese leet m t
f*r santv in the PProvinces which thm (lholera lIu nuo viii- Casli"ir IP'rier, Jr. bult bo Illaring rmine, for I was not enr*e. a s*hoiuldi be done most thoroughly ; for nmee, il
IA.. SuIli a panir was inevirtbinlte a s t f bnrs kien our I- hci ad ll l ci upon lie C imnnuill ce. I could not, iliure- I bc hoped from a favrourale beginning. r.iild., hoC.a,
el. *Such a asikiws ec pum y ir lira I1ing icons rum )UI .. I
of th dinalis, and th mime ...,n account of I'e niden b eeiv t se iss lfto I p"lpod to l Cm. Cdsiniir "lc"' *lngrl from this eedion bilin i i if .N, m I
manner, in whichl it an onmneed in tla capital but in erier, J. join 'i. % % a I dii ('Am l % sici no coul" old ther hr cmset is iepa ure s ill ler la,
tlivme oir flia days People will thiuk nou mre about iit-ini lai given rise i ctle IIlunlake lie ci s I'lnn iel) win at : c ,ll-e i neale i dparthre .ll111 c-. I.f ,1 ;n
five lays they mill laughlt il,-andl in uOiL' ilys llDey will later I"riol. and i n the presence of lils fallmer, whose con- vernmr nl s an de.I In order wi rl .rs s Ioe ritmi
carkcaillar it. ik4 prsonm in mad lu hve died uf slite C( r- sent i vsir) properly risliried, lo induce ilii l iilc nue peaeft'ul elnjoylnenl il" asny privileges they may tdesle, I
lore ilam dev sille at Calais. his rcl-ollerautio in oulr I.siouis, for I am ionlllld tl dlecdlar e Ieresary tli a I)low ie struck at Ihe onaiional nndiy u Ci
.Iarec 24.-.Some iilportlnl discoveries ha ve bsn liAl it was not only ait te ginning of August, nour fr li". Ind hiis she he tloullhi by a isuinmary Ilei-s sl lr l*
mla as to lie la Ite llcp ipto t fre to tl aisoil. A th first and only licm t .i c 1. ('ilm mlir si Pri:-r, Jr. attend- nor the ino11""rlhii nation which she presumes le tha k h.
nmvic ld ,nue overtures o a silor o Iecunse oi of ed a the Sillilngs of lif CeConillmee. ll, still seconded ui sef; aiI1 if a lsa *limion Is noing is n lhr o ert :u carl
an asociamion of ncendMidris, to whom ion lfrnc e fa y wish m1l the vivacity of a n.ew a nd sincere opinion, wl.a whi s hehe reciprciy ylen e which portion). hgei-icr h I
.eo allo..wed a.il th p w fully execuled. Tie si- ie .Spaniards pass tlle frontier, rmsn in hand. I limave i co her trade hab Icrne ncers.mry. ast l ; .
lor bhvinl revealed tis application. ltn im coufl wa now before me a letter liilten hy him to lisi colleaguels Imeas irr. ners arv it her; also |er.i-. 1111 ol il. ].
rifinedramd the confmusd withi double irons. Tie fiale o" 'm 1" I thi SeptemLwr, cxrusing lils asence for an oiuli, s litiln, but the ipoer IIr ti .crvince her oil ice e rmn... i, f y
La iBllone, received orders th evenin.i to make prepa- 'l:ich he was about lia pas in dime rcouniry, and wlirl Ie h' astng. and the sanity o her protennioell.--l.erl II In p.
rains flr the coveyanre of 440) men of the Loegion ofl conclIudes with tlhe following words:-' lie assured chime, poie and let her |nsple sfor a few ye rs more inwm lloe
'origners to Aleirs. Vesrwdiav our cathedral su tim though by circumstances indlpnden t of my own will, i I e "ice Ierb ihey so fallely report of thmni.el.n: I ir
scritiih et'o" trade he ipehed. and then we Icall iii m ai gil
eneof disrraful tumult, udrculssneld by the preaching l"` ai Io a'*c tim s"le nnifwnni alicil, ierl r on av s *re tPm ia iep ll and mlcll blll aiolly )a l ,"i
u a missionry. en l tn all ha we a present suffer is a trifle. lid ll Cf,'
Ihichefntr to fullcln w iniii ither wih si cciii'
Comp inug Its tio SI1011o redsc ate.+, thrt doubllirso QIlu-,
Pai, .VerA It m.-TIhe Miniaser of War is miid to be whro commi nm sh n 1 icse an.y l (onr igir en ir thth ro hei thg c milh ser co o e uach ib*"hs doh noumu C
a ei in edevouring to merle h ccditalon of produce of tie collecti wn s enplyed in arin ul when ie immense Inflll of BIlciili e i" pais o
the oid refunge es, cedi t ha ci o n sho fr ending the Refugees against he n Spanish government, was these cuniling politician. lhen we shall see that. psuma
the following llo ne fur leigim p o Snumy to he IgrVned of the propasnd. I cannot. upon Ihe india.rnosibilal, of their commerce to nforign nl h
mthe oifceiameil, t time superior officers ad cptains, therefo, believe tllat he will now vIulmnitarily disavow il fr el all former insolenre. andl le no hope rf("
lnfr. a moneis, mnd lieuenants ind sub-lie.ennants, IJfr. senainmen which hwer congenial to hi.s re, his educslion, 'Ires, except from a late crhalisemenl, which met Ie i
a roonh each. Tim pay of the non-commissionel officers and his character, ndi which he took honousr in him'isf mon severe. because a tlong dea cl.
imme aereignellrs retrirsel here.'la ma Japan. the raw ass
has uern lied al 8 saos a day, with a reason of bread, and partaking ih us. The nature of th ac 1stios r i were frieisers rericted here.' Japan. the es w "
>partlek,, us. dTh, nandture.,fon of baccsadi brt ouil if." bearable; bua her we ae lihe ,i a ,Iel pw,'und
the Npriee in fmi. .ll d nd indhi a ein of br nyad against me raI for an answer. I Iha given il--con- PIrdtes which we never enuoy, nd whch are sura
Ti. Nnlica fe thaimtm thhm is any foam- fining myself enfirilv to whit affected me pioamnaily and rsrufcie from year to year.
sas.s for the reports in chrulation of dle intended recall am red to prove Iv dacum ents ied oninpeacl ,a eit- dror.
im Tm dated she 2ose, %e a neleme, t.he truth of all I have advanced N.re Opium L ir in r tChim-We prrereie u a lace Pruq
lrm antler from Toulon, dated the 21hot Ways Or Gazelle. I new lnw al alst the us. of of11 l m, made by O
hate srriwed here to fit oimt 30 ships of war, of which 6 J~uiepo r. a t the a llsew mic n of lhe criminal wastd. h ice
ae otrrim lr e i ft ri es, and Ii ofe f nwerich R 1:1. (Prite Co.ponlen.)-" All F np the mine tln .rof the rimnion I d. Tnmce
fo reign newIcalpeiso as, prohlibitedi, mz is. that i nv of she military or rimination people deavrortdilaw
Tbhee preparation.s he en ri e to a hound o. except them for" ie u .e of (pium. shall be punished with onhe unleil bleiws
.heor. Soss poionsre given rihse tohmr an ntsml cemaJec- semral Ambamadon and other diplomatic resikets. Ili two months pillory :-of refusin to pono out athe pIer
leMd for pee unzrdilon in cu emplatioe araisntI Coirs .- luli.ines refuses to make nvy furler concessiuns then timse whm it was purclalsd. the punishment shall ohe th *e
hine and Bona." C granted by rie edit. Prince Frederick of Names has Ihat of the seller. vi.:-one hundred low., and Itherm rie
The prn rne.ulin the imprion of corn of the (r reached Fecrrre wilh a reinforcerinlt of '110 Austrian. transnirtation. The punishment of any officer aor ofic"
Tinhe. a ice rh wilin the imprirshtn ohe c1 of A il a Rinforcemenls lave been sent to Civita Vecchi., hoe gin r"endant uing O)pimn Ishall be one degree more rseerm. T
inAt. end hch mi be published tn i ef Apri, is not a sinle Frrnh ship of war whIs isn seen off the purl. prepoterobs lsserlly of thio law in alone eicienl .o ilep o
lMrmie, S.o d Il imepor tantiaon wIlrll adon itheMdi E.al It appere to he decikd, that in case the Frencli ind in maaticalea Evci onhe ove G rn F r L L
Marsmeilles, andoilmaaitprt to retrei nil1 persons eipfm is ha. bit&
ien elanof the Mediterranean, the Austrians are to oeculv a bond hat they oeevr ose Opiam.-C-altoi Regislr, :.
PrivM -sa fom CablenRe omf the 1 hbu. sa Row ad the Castle of Nt. An lo.-'The French are
cths three veels arrived cre men he 19th with bou. olleing oierble forces in orsc. A scholmeer heari one e( his scolarse the ail
when he came lo the nr Honour, pmnounced VlA "W elf
irm l, piily from Bese aMl patly froshe (the 'd The following anecdote illiustrate the rvale of n inhlepe. n the mamiet him it Ihoul oh pIokeo wrilloat the
Duhy of Heem. They are their wy to Narth Ame dal jdlicry mri n the jum rights of de oaiwe. n rml e ry eI. lir. repd te d I ill
rice. i Plfti gl d o then ir she exercise of despolic por er. The forsh urlur." Aye. said hi. mater. L.' always dslPl .'"
Glim i's (Pris) messenger. ld eCmsi h rino Ia amt Mtnd he ushj'ec of -'l"The next morning mbe maler's tea with a hoe I us n h.l
Ie GeligaIs (Pas) N m. ~ any luovesrm, is a miseruile promlectioo. if Ihe aposihio baen beughl so hi dke; hbt she dlties of his iiiMtn
M. Lois. Vinrdoti hi ptablished Ihe following letter in of the lia by the judges are not respecteri anid oheved hy ma m mwam entil il was r,ld; when pet akt iss os
answer to that of M. Casimir Peria, Jr.i quoted in the the ereaetive. InCt. the ItrnIoest piint of dnitacrtion he w he sIId him tn take tihe muffn to she rfie ahn
.. :. p .,, .. a. ...... he,,- t-- .he sol.,, t,...'," o ,hte the muffin. te.ie-
Mwyn..r Pea, J weren a Korer-ment of I mired powers and equal riches. and Yes air." replied the scholar. anid inking it iss he thr r
"The letter of M. Casimir Perir, Jr., mo depIm. consists, In the former ham eatrnni by the Prn y the mater alls tor hai muffin. I have are i'
Th kter of h. Cadmiri Periesw Jr.. hi happens an rosem e s. and s Itr being e y lawle hid me'" saull the I.y r ale i,. ouni.rel ? I bide d. il
me rpnm n-lm I libd" l d hi "toeet en at m Aw B- me d pmt he .rbitmrer will Oi a d Aiespor. A f inlot he ire anhI s eas i*t.' "*i Ll.. ralm liwlb c Ll"
ciaaton, he rl "a osat r i I toceaaled from hin,, people. p amas the invaluaible priilege of anil and re. s ther fareand oil .me alwa"L to Bu.She .
r iq*a a mw ir d, a sig he hle h truth re- ligiona lI r.and a constitution based upon popular terdy -yo d me aays to p the 1H.
htile ai aIm efa pl. sheoml-lwaleh w-th jealous eye. every emerachment Sohm.--Ther ii e mvleriun re.le ling t qIt
ABSlr do I vaanlkn of Jely, slhe opw pi* fea uponth nrCght.urdis.regard rl ,fth lecsocli'nj. pfu r tdehue a a.isem or hepirtr.i"mmd uid 5a .,,
w"'alter Fro ..e la .,,i a. .p., W .OU Y. Th INbulwarkh of a fic rej u pa Th lik e a u over the ra It c luhp
.li,.d a Fn. e be, r., w d they a permit this hulr if a fre r lic o be hr- in he busy htle f likf in ihe sa-m: circle. in the ce
as weifrnm p pn ciple ji a ri, kr owf le- l h do. her lihmeih s oill rll wh I The .t als sllenst mreaslof aslitude. It.s --- are allkerupn "e"
renotpl, iot maa lPISin r ld de- ant l he Iallelndd wih any sencou danger: %eak an,l iron hearted At cine ime r is- caus-d by the h '*
irst, reirsslne .O lomin that liberty of which she hnd de- biholl when th et Paice cmine bIiccme mIIeme the l.w ol ansllcgl ucivcmug across iil.he cXIccPrh finig'll edCk''
li realHtt ih4Sl. Neverlifmelem befo re lthey summoned eaW, t mu algua ir ... arema. m hcl sher n Iiei. lhe llcl,,l Iai n guie lllaiofl hl he.l i s ti h( ci" II,
the r.l. eigresr~indi in Enlglandl a.nd other countries, and rares anie a mto r d-.,.p." t1. r dtLOis ,ing itr lie lo"n ll in I e1 ll hi. not iifelr it .ihe hrlerri ; iicflueacr.
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'iiii •t t 1 I n\ 3 Y r i Z^jv Ma'ijnma ^rjsti^. PKO rK.Vr A I ION OF I lit l*()lK ACAINiSiT THIC INVASIO.N OF Ills STiTKH fc plE rKKNCM. CiMMUKK s Siii)i Ills iMijr^ty ilic (liere i nu such tiling as a sky, uimI Ik>(i we look at the ^ky, we look at nolliiuj.' — e/'4', nothing is blue. Taxes are threat exiutlittioiii), which rail uiiaiii in rerrc>liing liews — it ill fiot iJo to call tiiein duix. They come out of [iocket nohoily ki>oM> how or when. We are so much in ihe hatiit of JH'in^' itn|>o!tei upon, that we always o\|)*fct il, are |ire(>are(i for il, av for it. VN'e {,'o to see a niaj^niticent 1 1 '. u:..i r. „. ._ „ Population of Great JirUain,~^TUo ^ turns have jut ben. priuied by order 'ofp*''*" ^ From the summary of this docume.u wc fu,d 1 *^''''"^''' pujaiion of Erit/land was, in iHOj, H.-fii 4/!'*' "* K 9,5:W,H27; being an inrieaseof lU L. ' '" Ihji 11,261,4:^7, heint; an increase of frliL'*'"' ^ J^V' J.tl, ia,UHy,a;i8, an increase of 19 .J'**'"= *J ,.' The poj.ulaiion of W;lei kiands thus •-_! iw''*^''*''^ 541, 717 4'iw T'K SOr,,->.%. That of Scotland as follows'"",''''^'!. 1,5!M),()(,S: i,. isil, l,S(,.-,,,iS8; ia is^l' J" '^". and in I8;il. L>,;W,.-,,S()7. Thr sununary ofC^' M^'i is as follows :--ln ISOl, 10,942,(146; in Im'^'I '"^a 8(^4, heuig an increase of 15^ imt cent • in lu f'^^' .'i91,(i;U. an increase of 14 per cnit • '^' '^• Kii.! of th*^ fr'r< n II, .ifierlhe re|Hiii!*i, Mud alter tU*; two notes adtlreMMl by the undei>i|^neil i of London, as exhibited in the Ooluvieum ; we are delo voiir Kxodleiicv, iM-aiiiii; the date ot the Ut and l^ith of lighted at the perluct imposition that is practised upon us, Frliru.iry, aiptar-al)sohi(ly incredible. This occurrence ; and when we get on the outside of the building, and hiok i.s jM.diably kuovtii by ihi^ time to your K\ceHency,' iind on reaiiiy, we are almost angry that it is not a picluie, (IIM uu.|er2do( hhruary, the Captain of the and the black gown^ of the barrister, and the mace of ; population of Lomlon (that is li.e nu!,oonl?V''''^''^ fort weHi. , the name ol the representative of the (iothe riiancellor, not becauv j.istice is ti.oreby expedited, S6 l,,Sl ", ; in 181 1 1 ()()•) r>Ui • in ^Sn T\T '" ^'^''. vermmutof .is Ilohness, to olfer the Commamler of the or wi^lom is communicated to hgal decisions', but all we i" I8;M. I 474 i /;(!. \.il ,Li a',. I --^-^^M : .] *.,'"''ron all dial tlie latier might stand in need of, and also can say for the matter is that there is something so impoIns own personal st-rv.ces. The Commander of iln'Mpiadsing in them— and m, long as we are imposed upon we are lou expf,r,Hed Ins gra.elul ackuowledgments for the olle.s ph-ase.l. We enter the cold cadu-dral, sim-llim; the'damps made him, and declaied that on the morning nf the 2.M of moriality, an.l walkiuL.in an artiticial twilight to which he would enter the port, and that Im would not fail to fire poetry gives the name of a till* ii.iul ..'.I.1I..M i.;^i. ..,...-.. •.. I... I I .. .1 .' .. '^ 1 16,.>{7,.'8, an increase of 15 per cent. |n fiuuiber ol females in (ireat Britain Wi^oJ 1811, (i,-i(i9,()r>(), an increas*of 14-1.-, l82l,7,2'>4,6l.J,an inciease of li7r',>or ''"''"' in 18.11, 8,;{75,78t), an increase of l.-,.4:, ,' /*'"'• "1 ...1...: t' I .../., ^'}'*f Cfiii. '1^ in lS;n, 1,474.069 ; males. 684,441*; U.^ ;^, • Jo fin liuil. '"^"io. file Usual salutes, which were to bo returm-d by the fort. TIh" etiipiette to he observed in caie the Commander of .1 I I I 1 1 i . ... -dim religious \\^[\\. W f know well enoiMjh that it is dim, and we know that the v|uadron should la.id was also a:;reed upon. NoihiuL' •. • ''"7'.^'" ''"""'-''' *•'' ' '". ••"<> •' Ivnow that oe.nrred between the lapal authorities and the (^,nlm inI '" '"" T''"'^'"'".'*' '"" '*"' ^*"" '"' '' '"'^ ^'S because there Her r the F.onch M|nadron whi. h did not denot.tle most ''•^"'*^^ "'""'' ''[ ""posing m it. W'e hear the young scapefriemllv undersiandmu'. The Coumiandei of the soua.l' "'.••;**^' ,•*""-''"? '"Vn, vlio arenot th.nkint of devotion chaunt drou manifes|..d s^mie disjdeasure, solely on account of V ''""i;"'-;'' ton-ue the melodies of the church, and drou manifested s^mn* disfdeasure, solely on account o\ the rem.iiniiiu portion of quaianline Mhitli the frigate La Victoire had still to perform. On the 2',M of February, at three oVhx'k in (Im' mornini:, the l-iench troops landed clandestinely, and placed ashore 1, •><) m.Mi,\lio began by thrwing down the gate called Mandio, which was not guarded ; from thence they pror>odud fo mike themselves masters of the gates of the rily, disarming at iIh* iiiim (hue the Papal (niards. They surprised, with about ne baitalioii, the u'uardsof the dweliint; of fJolonel La;fcr,rini, Commander of the fort and cit\ They then sent up li> the i;ate of the Cfdonel's re^Mleace a serjeant of the I'apal (iuards, whose voice was known to the jM'ople of 'he hoii**-, and at whose deiiiaml tliM *\oKn% were o^K'nefi by tliem. Colonel imineUiaiely piesnti'd hiins4f to tlie Con.::.-;nder, and d they arecherubimsfor the moment — there is something so imposing in the sound. W'e s^e the splendors of a drawing rooiii ; uniforms of every gracle, silks, satins, gold, diamond.s, ttathers, and all the paraphernalia thatt'ee.l vanity and milliners; ami we are delighiud with tle spectacle, becaus4' tlurre is simn'thintr imposing in it. We see an army lrawu unt in batde array, colours flying, drums beatmg, and irumpei sounding, bright swoi'ds and bayonets gh aimni.' in the sun, proud plumes nodect of humanity, we see a man of fine presence, of no inconsid" •urh time as be ordered tiie fortress to l>c delivered up to 'I'*'""; •"•"'••"<'*•• *^ •' '*""•••' 'Iramatic periormanres by htm. The Commander refuvd to do so, and tinColonel '•''^^'*' "' nn|M.sition. W'e kn.w that the actors are caused him to Ikj conducted, with the Adiutant-Maior „f ; /^""-'. '"" ^'^'> riever seem lu act so well as when they the Papal tioops, to the pal ice of ilu.Pnt-Leuaie to '"" "''**,"! '""*"' "' ""' ^''^ ""'> ''" ^^ wish that which place the Cohmel himself returned, to intimate ,„ ""'" ^'""'V ""!"^' "!'<>" " '"H we take all possible Ihe Commamler that he should not be set at liberty until' ""*?"' '**./'"'"*'*' "!"" ours dvcs. W'e are .so much the fortress was delivenMJ up. Cj^n receivint; another '"', I"'^*^"""" ''"" ^epr-ciice il in mir lefusnl he drclarpd that tlKComniamhr, as well as the ofI *'?*'"'* ""*' '" ""^ anticipations. We know well rioTs.functi.maries, and mdilrvrm;>/oyrs, were prisoners ;'"•""•'•' "f/*'^ ''i.''' '<*' ""l'l, that .mr summers L'> 'ntjng ilicm on tlie |Mrole of the Commander permission '"'"'*'''" ^^T" c''"'il'"^N ""r our bosom.s free from care, ' • • nor our eves devoid ol tears, but we I.M.k bark on tin to consider the cit> as their prison. .\bout tlie same time, that is tosay, at four o'clock in the n unini:, a su|Mrior tilHcer intriniuctMl hjinv If into the lH-|-nom of the Pro-Legate, aicompanied by a Papal oilicer, who had Itoen previously on guard on tlie Place; he declared to the Pro-L'gate that Im* had occupied the military (mmIs of the city, and be demanded the cewion of IJMi fortress, to arttid the shcddinjj of hlooH. The Pro-Legati', srtr|>fiseil at such a prorecdinir from Om frrtop< of a frir-ndly Power, declan'd to the Colonel L'omi old times and the uohlen aye of our half forgotten vouih, when all was suushioe, when the heart knew no sorrow, ami tlie eye shed no tears worth renieinlH.ring We impose on onrst Ives with anticipation of buildin.' castles with shadows, and constructine palaces out of tinn lies of dreams. Tiuly doa^i llutJcr in his liudibru* tay Doubtless the pleasure is as great. In bein^ cliKalf d as tu < heat. W'e im|)ONe n|H>n our^ndves in the .sense whiih we have lh-t bowould not lend hmisr'aMce : happily was tin, ilhistrated in an — • anocdote ol a worthy aUlerman now no im>re He had IIh' soTfMT'ienty of the Pojm'. Such is tlie genuine history of the facts stated in the offtrial reports which the uniiersi|!Med has ieceive<|. On Immuc inf.)rmed of all ibis, his Holiness, althouoh IM-rsuadtii that s*) s<'ri..u^ an act at.'ainst his Sovereitniv cannot (tfocrfd f.om the orders of His M ijesty tlio King of tlie FrenHi, n.f fnmi thosi' of bis (rovern'ment, and that il hws orrurrrl without the knowle|jc of your F.xcellency, ntitwiihstanding this, for the [)roteciion of his Sovcn'it'n rights, IH. lus com.nanded the un.lersigued to lay The present Pacha of F.:vpt is a i>ersonanr of verv iM.fon' ymrr Ltcellcnry || iJie circumstances, and to de, liberal mind, and has sent several men .If promrsin^ i deni claro aj follow. :to ditferen. places in Furopo. where hey Lv acm.ire the Hi* Holiness lormally protests against lire violalion of languages, and be initiated in the improvements of the tlie l^.pal lerrnory ^rhichwasBccomplislicdon themornres|M.ctive countries. A young Persian of go.xl familv iMir of the 2.id of F..hriirc l.v It... |.\--„.,i j iaiiv ..... ;.!:..„... iri / . .... '^ ^' lamiiy. btH..n chosen Lord Mayor, ami Iwlore lie entered upon dhce,li.scairiage one Any ex|H.rienced interruption in one ol the narrow streets in the c.tv. In the imp,.tuositv of his imiiunation Ih> thrust his im(M>rtant head out of the coach window, bawlini: out, who dares to stop mv carriage T Do you know who I am \ I am the Lord .Mayor elecl I there was something ^'ery im^iosiug in this. iMgofihe 2.id of February by the French srpiadron ; atramst all th< attacks commitletl at the same time against his Sovereignty, and against the intVaction of tle sanitary laws by the stpiajron, and declares the French (iovorn'liK'nt responsible for whatever consequences may be iho result of these acts. Ills Holiness demands that the French troi^r!unify, Ac. (Signet!) T. C. Bkr.nktti. lnfmution.—T\w wMe wwrW it imposet) upon. Notb^ n what it appani to he. TW stars are not stars, but suns. Tli€ sun is c
lately lesiding at Fh)rence at the Pacha's exinnse was taken by Mr. 11 an Fnglish gentleman, to a rout given by Mrs. B whose three dau-bters, frein their extreme lovelines.s, excited a great sensation. The Persian's noble features and magnificent co^itumo did noi fail to attract the admiration of these younu ladies, whose eyes appeared to Uani with adilitional lustre, when directed towards iIkstranger. On the following morning the I orsian pind Mr. II an unusually early visit re-' queslinc him to go at once to Mrs. M_, nrid make a proposal tor him. I do not object," said Mr. II •• although it is not customary to make a proposal in so precipitate a manner ; but pray, for which dauchter am I to pnipose r* •• For all thrrer was the reply ; '• | wdleivea thousand p^mndsfor each of them, arid' shall' send them, by the very first opportunity, as a present to the 1 acha : he is a cat admirer of tall, fmc women as they arc rarely met with among us, a„d will, wiih'out .loubt, duly apprtriate my han-lsome present." W'e couhl wish that this anecdote, for the veracity of which *e can vouch, woidd induce our fair countivwomen to lc a liitle more guided in their behaviour abroad.— /,oWow ry Su'<,U,h Arm^.-Thr. military lore, of SwHen h l nd.Ml into two distinct classes; of whii h one c-,IM,K ,' delta corps, is permanrnl. beinp lurmed o| men hL. l\ h.e; and the orher, termed the Varr.t cor,,. cJu^Zl nnlitia. I he h.rnier was organised by Cbarleg X| j "'* 1;'J;. and ismaintaine.l m a very simple, and at ,j,e L 'V* sin-jular manner. One or two regiments l,;,ve nuan signed tlieni in a particular province, and e,,ch officer dl*" h.s pay from the produre of a farm appropriated to h^T ihe common soldier has a rabin, and a pine ol crouni ficeiirly large to provide bun with h,(,d ; and „ ,LZZ his military ecpiipnient.s at the public expence fU pany. both olhcers and soldiers, is quartered arnne given up to him as objects of this inbulnan spri. \\t had his hounds fed with human fl.sli, inor-'tr to rn >r them more ferocious in learine ibe victims ; and, uI ordinary victims weresrar(e, he denounced to i!ic trtl-j. rials even the crimes in wliieb he had par.'icp.u '. the condemnation of bis ammiplicrs ; alhi w...... ,.livered them to his huntsman, Sipjaicia (iiram , dM-*. with providing for the ducal char*. He was at !as,f. the 16ih of May, 1412, assassinat.-d bv some MilaiHw Nobh-v— Lnnlmr's ( 'ahint t ( 'ifrlnjKr'dia ; Sismtntdi't History of the Italmu Urpuhlifs. (iriffinof the ItaHan AflWirm/irr.— Fr.dniik H. iM I r.! id as well by language as by atleclion and charlcter. Thr ha lian lanuuagr. spoken at his court, first rose above thr jjafwt in common use througbcmt Italy, regarded only as a romiplion of Latin ; he expressed himself Mirh elpjr.Vncr in dut ljn iruage. which from his lime, was dcMcnaled Sv fhf naai*'f lini^u4irnrtiirianre. He encouraged the first |K>ets who employed It at bis eniirt. and he himself nndr verses; he loffl literature and encmiraged learning; he lounded irh< '' "' and universities: he promoted dislinguishrd men : h. with equal fariliey, l^iJn, lialian. Cerman. French, tirrrk ind .\ralnc : he had the intflbTtual suppleness and (infs.f peculiar to (he men of the south, the art of pleasiui.'. a '" '"' philosophy, and great independence of opmiou.— I>r. Lardntr'$ Cabinet Cyrhfurdia. —• Human yutrition.— \t the Acariemy of Scienfw in Paris, a letter was lately read from .M. Roulin, a yonnil physician of eminent Hbiliiy, in which he vindicated 1 1'' nutritive profM-riies, of pela'tine, and pointed out flM' .'I solute necessity of salt enterinL' into the ret-inMn ot* animals upon whoui theeirect of diflurenl alimentary sub' stances was to be tried. I Asa pnof, t'> hours were occupied in grttin: throutrh the third part •'! the sole of a sandal. This singular aliment sup|)oric croans and his^ies. After pocketing the enonnoii* ""'• X'in.ntlO during a residence of nine months in "nplan.l. ' •_" rnnidrred a paltry acknnwledgiiient of the ccneroMtv f ^ Kn-lish ami of the hhrral s-tfiport he had recfired fro* '^* Diusual piot'essnrs.— /^,5/. //. OKOKI.i: lil\i>nAv, iHAvso, isa. Tin: BAHVMA VIU^LS. PirHLI.MIKI. MI-Ml-WI.KKLV I.V .\AS8.U', N. P. Xli7ht Dollar* per annum— In advance. Ihouivand. lied Ui > lldl vol.. I— ..lio. X€ I, i> I 1 "^^"'" il.ai tiiis cl.si of the, Ijom >uu. riiink ye lor one moment ttiai veaieseiiiru, opu ace bay. any deep p '*''•" ^''"^'^'"^ '• tbe Fxchequer ro.se and said-I apteevent liiai wouhl give them \)o\^er over the city; and '""•• •' i• "ppre whenever of late tliero has ap(eared a prospect of p<>iKical disturbance in London the thieves have made ready hend that the hon. memlHT means to move an adjourn. ment. If ihat is his object, it is not my intention to oppos*I .say to this house, the motion. Mr. Percival coniinuodiM • 11. • ••• • s-vii cuiiiiiiuou — I .S.I V 10 tf I IS house I heir projects are deliberately formed, _POETP.T. % LAST WORDS OF LORD l7vRU.\. *• I must sleep noH."— //^,f,n. The splendonr of the poet's Ivre— The elo.pi-n<-e l"t:iiit'— The spirit's intetkctual fire The (.dory and the name— The .';|M,|,. „ing ih.il leaves heliind. The pioud stars ni its lliibt The power—the energy— ihe mind I nuitcrably bri;;ht : The heart th:.f sheds its own bri^'fu hues, .And sings its own sweet strain ; Ini'iifinati.ors uorveous views—. ( I'hat ruinlHiw ol tintiraiu !) Area// but fr.msiripts ofoneirutii— Hellfifions pulace." It consists oT a series of facts with which theattbor became familiar while confined with the profligate of all descriptions in Newgate, (where, as many readers will recollect, he was imprisoned for the abductioii of Miss Turner, a wealthy heiress) und of his own con' dusions and speculations. By lloust holders," Mr. W'jkcfield means that large class'of working and business people who are ctmfined by their profi-ssion to one 8p<| each of whose property is, for the most part under his own roof, and who in c^se of popular commotion, wouhl • obliged to leave his property to protect his family, to •^nd them away from London unprotected, or worst of •II keep them with hi.n to take their chance in th" clia-)ter of acciih'uis. Mr. W'akeli.dd asserts, that tin* popuUce who have or supposiMl themselves to have an inI lerest opposite to that of the community at lar'/e;" and I •ho are enemies of the protective laws by w hich soI iety is iqiheld," are at this .iioment bent on producing ••iirchv. It will lie seen that .Mr. W akelield divides^ •ociety into more nunH'roiis classes than are recoirni/.ed •a this country. He does not include among his iJouseMders those who are the owners of mansions ; or those •fhohave the ability to run away from the dancer should •^y arise ; neither does In* include in wh.it he denominntes "•" populace," f>enrnnn Tkieees, the ftah.'jU — that is, persons wh.-^se extreme |>)verty, fre|uent unsatisfied hunu'er and brutalism pur' •urts render them as dishonest as thieves, most of them •**Kiate constantly with thieves, and none of whom w.>uld n^ect a favourable opfM)rtunity of stealing— -and iJesP^radneM, most of wlwm are working {eopU>, diviples of! vwen and followers of* Hunt." ^ I Mr. W akefield professes to speak of the numbers, di.sPottionaiid plans of these people of his own knowledge, i ^'J'red while ho was confined among them. He fixes i WW number of the Contmou Thievtts ii London, at thirty •OttsaDd, wbicli estimate he say is foiiufh^J upon fart's jrefiilly verified. He states'thai durin.j tlie i;iL'bf of the I JJh Nov. -i,U.r, 1S:J(), when it was expecttHi the Duke of I 'JHhn?f„„ and Sir R.ibert Peel w.mhi accompany iIm y^l to (Juildhall. lie saw several bcxlies of thieves, in ""KHis places, auMunling iu number to at least seven and they wait only for a large congregation of jieople in the streets, which would naturally lead, as it di.l at Bristol, to a collison between the people and the Government. Air. W akelield states that the plan was to have been carried into ellect on the occasion inenti.med above, the 9th .November. Had the King visited the titv, the 'principal streets would have been filled uith people and he observed, in passing several times through one of the gangs of Thieves asseiubled at Temple B.ir, that although the boys picked his empty pockets, yet the men directed iheir whole attention to getting up a fight with the police. The Thieves would have liecn joined by the Kabble, nation, in the great work which you are called udoq to perlorm ? Vou are called upon lo establish the basi.s and toots ut a constitution, but do you believe for an in>tant that the blessing of (Jod can rest on the laboiim of men, who think not of him in their wotk, but sit in counsel forgettinti him entirely ? (Cries of •'adjourn!" mingled with cries of •' hear !" were hereresuBicd.) Think you if that which IS written be true— when it is sai.l, "except iliu Lord build the house, the labour is lost"— think you. for an instant, and lay that your work will be blessed ? How stands the account of this house with their (;od at this turn-. I will Iwvc the Commons called upon to humblo andl^^Hibodiesoftheworkirigp^oplea,^^^ .thrhe(^..ernnient; the st.eets would have been bar: tion and rej>onlance. (At this moment Rivera bin ncaded asthey vvere ,n Paris-.he prisons would bavv | n.embers at b^th side, of the ho.i..";^ e^^^^^^^^^ b..ei forced-and that part of the town within the bar! derstaridir.g that the debate was to be adiourirnr ncadespluncrcd and sacked, if not burned by an army I left. The ho„. member cont.nued.r Vrairde;,^^^^^^^^^^ W^,ket l?l V';'-' ."V"^''? '.'"^ ": ,?"''"^' '^'>'' ^^'' i '"•''* "^"' '^ "^*""''""-' ^""P' vou would haie LT ti W kebeld doub s whether the household tro.ps quartered five-aye, six oViock-if he had not been mentioned M m London could be made to act w„h any elliciency, if at Hunt rose to order, and moved the adioirnment of tho all, HL-ainst the populace, for they have but little .lisposit.on debate. aojournment ol tho to fight the mob, and are intimately connected with the I Mr. Percival-I do not mean to move anv ad.oumment .west class of prost.futes-which is estimated at ten thoui Yon had sat here till six oVlock. il Go< Vn.nTl^no; and and likely to prove a much more ethctive fo.cc on been mentioned. NW sit, and hear J. TTl.mJro tlie^side ol contus.00 and rapme than tho same number of again to warn you of the judgment of Ciod that rcoriiTng 'IM D Ml .1 ,. ^ ^. "" V""' L>.vou think I stand here in my own strennib f In. Rablde, the adjuncts of the Thieves at all times; Could I stop .^M) men m this Inmse a.icuurl. ,3, .s composed of Costermoiigers, drovers, slaughterers of listen to me, if I .,oould he overthrown, or as Mr. Wakcfiehl says they would destroy the existing race of men in order to replace it by another which should condemn the constitution of property. All the>e seveial classes of the populace have a natural antipathy to the present order of things, and in times of troubhviould combine toL'eiher to attain the different ends by common means. Li case of an insurrection, tliese fanatical followers of Owen will lie found Captains and leader* amon<; the thieves and the rabble. Thev are tlie most intelligent, oral least tin' nnwt sclieinine of the |h>pulace. They propose the destruction of tlie Post Ollice, to stop the transmission of intelligence ; the destruction of the dividend books of tlie Bank, which woufcl spread confusion through the land; tlie destruction of Doctors' Commons, which wouhl so unsettle property as lo render the best titles difiicult of proof, and of course facilitate ihal state of society in which projicrty should l>e in crmimon ; name and despised love I imphue vou to listen to me for n tew moments. I stand not in mv own strength, but in Ihat of Jehovah. The House of Commons has l>een twice called to humble itself before (ioer of this house opiioted ih r.cognilmn of Divine ProviderKe in that scourge. Tim liouse would not make ihat acknowlerJ^menl, but tussd the name of iioi] out of this iM.use. I told lite house before, that its (;od was tlie peoph'. The fieople vou have exalted, ami to them you have bowed down and 'worshit>perl ; and you did so in the Scotch bill rvlatiny lo tiiis verr diseastv It was not in your hearts to humble yourwlvr^ belore your U.hI. Vou have done it— but he will not now accept of it. Your (^od is not a Ciod to Umocked. Ho is a (mkI that searclMth llw lieartsof men ; arwl this houw which hears me, knows full well that it was not in the' liearts of the Council of the King truly to humble ihemselves before tlieir (itnl. Vou are not ajiproacbing him in a spirit of contrition, huradiaiion, and supplication. Vims een i a'apiric ol reftenlance and liuiuiliation befuie your God fCri>i of Adjourn.") ^ The rulers of ;he land have not in 'heir liearts contri. tion ami refK-ntance, and the work of you and your rulers sliall not bo acceptahlo to (icxi. Th? cunw of your fJ.v| Ihedi-structionof deeds in Banks, lawyers' chambers, &^-. ;, „,^n y^^^ ^c^;^.^ ^^ ..(3. ^,^ ^ .. 4,i,,r„ "k lor the same miritnse. and fiiirdlv in nrA.,r i.x 1.,:..^ „i Ti 1 i 1 • - ijwurn. f lor tho same purpose, and, finally, in order to bring about the division of property with the least bloodshed, to lake the wives and chihlren of the wealthy as hostages. Il is ditficult to conceive any limits to tlie anarchy and confusion which would result from the success of any of these plans, — From Mr. W akelield's plausible statement, Ikjwever, it does apjK'ar that there are no less than ninety thousand people, in London, com|osint this fnifiulace, who are bent upon mischief, and who will have a verv The curse has been 1. inuins over vou ever since vm di*regarrled the call .if the Loid. '{('riet of A.^uurn."> I told the house and iIm|M'ople let loose amoncst vou. I lell you it will occasion shall fill the streets with people. The pamphlet ; and I tell vou that tlie sword wdl follow. I lell' vou tin/ of w Inch this is an extract i> addressed to tle houe words of God. Mr. Shaw rose, and said |ierha(>s his honourable friend would allow him, in a spirit of the most entire arlmration of his own motives. In entreat that lie would not himself make the house act contrary m the spirit in which lie was i^i It P 'lilt* I, \ 'J It 1'

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4 iW k^Mrd**ll^nii, iinii Mild ttifv tliutl noiKittxt him, iflliiiuifti th^y ttriok'they have |;ot iiiiu. I entf^'iit irmi, one and I'very 4iHfi amon{;si yuu, tu rte<> oui CroHi ihi* xysieui in which vuu liave Jtx^'n iyinj,' -T-roijjt?iiii slrrHrn Iroiu \\n' frrtMS fven to th* (ground lo save you ? — Hhd >p ihink not <>/* him. Vi ho i your C>ud and your Saviour T His ctiniini; in ni<;h, :it v/Uniti (ouiing rocMi hall turn to lhf rucks to iiido theinsclvc!^. \n honouiiil>L' iiKMnhfi lM*rn ro^i*, and said that ihifrd w**!*; •trmftjffs in th.* hoTwi;. TIk* ^S|M•akr•r onlorrd trangr-tv kfentletnen rHiitn^, occasioned rre(]uent interruptions, and rende.red some of \Sw honourahlet;enlienian\ ubjtorvHtionst inandihh' in the ;:al!pry. The motion tor the Hdjournment of lh' drhat,e was then put and carried. The other ordem of tliday havini! ben gone ihrou^'h, the houMisadjuurnud Mt onooVlo.k.** THS iLH^TTS. Wei!B.%T, MAYS*. INS9. ^r^9SSB^ The attention of ihoie connected with the West Indieii, [ the liui year to be ii7()0,(MJ(J, uhich i. aireadv"' i> dr-iWo to a meeting;, catW hy all ont leadirtu West India | through other clianneU. ^ -.• ., • '*'' merchants here, at tb City of Londim Tdvern, at one] Heports from Antwerp, state ifiirt tfcf Kinv of li,^,. o'clock thisdav, lo tiikc iula consider^ition tlie dreadful j was increaiing his luditary force, lliji War >UiiHcer k!^ state of tiM! (Colonies, Tlie Marquis vf Chandos, it is I resigned in disgust, in coMsequcnce of \\ui cmtiim dn.r r Tliis nKirnin^, iImt Mail Boat Fa ftnirit*'. Captain Cooke, arrived from Kintjston, Jamaica, via. Crooked Island, brin^'inK iIk; April M^il, iiih London daie,s to the 5tli, and Kahnoiitii lo llu* 7lh, brought out in His MaJest\N Pnck^i Kiualdo, Lieut. Iliil, 32 days iron) Kalmouih. Out | fdi^n of JamaiiR |M|w;is received, are to iIm; 17th instant ; I but, troiii the latork>t of IIh? arrival, we have not been | alile t ci^^ *o leni^thy a summary o\ news us \e couUi have wi^tied — neither could wv insert, very copiously, extract from tlK-m. We have, however, ^ivcn such as ap p?ar to h<} of most ini|)oriance to this comniuniiy. It is staled, that the Reform Hill is now considered a i suhjoct of iiiinui importance, compared Hith that of the I We^t India question ; and tlw late rel>ellioh in Jamaica I pj>e.*n to have bad a very salutary elTect in workinjj a clumge in llie seulimcnls uf the {icople at Itume : it has placed in coluuis tO( bright tu be aiistaken, tlie result which Hitirht be eK|)erted from fwrsialing in tlie sliaioefiil oppfitiiion lo tlie interests of the planters of the western world. In Lonon the minds ^ the people of lireat Britain, tlie danger to hor'unity lo throw firebrands aiuung tba siavea. irquis understood, will take tlie Cliair. Trade iK-re is in a suteuf the utnjQst depression, and the distress prevailing is unprecedented. The Cholera coniiiMies, but not with any incA^a-io ot' virulence. There are now remaiiii/i<; in the nK!tro|)olis ti?05 cases, and the new cases yesterday, was 58 and (be deaths 8(). In the oilier parts of Ureal Britaia, \)'Z casui remain, and the new cas<'s in y ester ilay's report was 42 ; the total cases in London, from the OMnniencenKsnt, have been 2()8(j, and rile deaths 1001, iu the country the cases are 7331 and The Reform Bill will be read a second tiriie in the Lords on Monday next, but i^real doubt ap^iears to be entertained oi its ultimate passing into a law. We have had sumo runiouVs of an approaching chani;e in tlie Ministry ; but there appears little foundation for this. Tbe sapient Corporation of London presented yesterday a (letition to the Mouse of Commons, expressive uf their approbation of the Orders in Council sent out to the Wesl Indies. TiR'se blockheads, whose knowledge of the matter is about upon a par with the calves' beads, of which their mock turtle is maile, have thus thought proper lo put on record, one other instance of their stupid ignoratice. Tlie accounts from I'aris mention the appearance of the ('holeia there, with a degree uf virulence really alarming. — The numlier of pi*rsoits attacked up to the afternoon of the 3 I, was 735, uf whom 2G7 had died. It is also said to have appeared at Sevres, Etampes, (Calais, Tours, (ieneva, and Berne ; — the greatest alarm prevailed. Considerable rioting had tak(;ii place, the military had Iwen called out, and tired upon llic people, wounding several and killing one. The niee of the termination of a tedious dispute between those Slates. The advices to-day stale, that the Belgians hud assumed an otfensive attitude, and that they iiitended atlaf.king the (.'itadel of \niwerpand Maestrirht. The advices troni Italy mention several movements of the Austrian troops, who had completely lienuned up the French in Ancona, dwA were about lo take possession of ('iviia Vecchia. The NeajKilitan ()6vernmenl continued to exact most rigorous satiitaiy precautions. Considerable damagis had lieen daue in various parts of Italy, by sevf-re shocks of eartliqiiake. At Rcg''io, every house had ken damaged, the Cliuich of St. Peter destroyed, and other injury dofo* Oilier towns lutd also sutTered considerably, aiul great "alarm prevailed. A re|Hrt Was current at Paris, that the French and English Squailrons attacked tliat of Russia in the Levant, in consequence of tlie Russian troops having joined Colocotroni, and attacked the French. We do not, however, place moch taiili in this. In Ireland, matters are as bad as they well can be, and outrage and disorder ruled supreme. We liave the declaration of the F.rnperor of Russia, in which he stales he will not become a party tu coercive measures being adopted against the Knip o\ Holland, but expresses generally his Iwpe of a pacific conclusion to tin* ditfercnces. It is understood here, that F!arl Mulprave will not depart for the Ciovernmeatof Jamaica, till he has given all the votes that may be wanted from him in favour of the Reform Bill. We learu from Syria, thai Ibrahim Pacha was still b*-sieging St. Jean d' Acn', and that the Turkish t1ret was aliout to leave the l>ardanrllrs for the coast of Syria. Large reinforcements were Uiiiig sent from Egypt, to reint'urce the besieging army. his pay. vn; '1 doH'i^^of We Imve heard from so many qnarteri tiat the H il ric of Calcnlla has been offered to ihtr Rv..Dai,iel VV';| Vicar of Ldington, that although for j^jnio time incr > lous, we can no longer doubt the tact, The proini we need scarcely jidd, was made through the nxl^ and influence of the Right Hon. C'liarles (/rnntw 4'i Rev. (ienlleman has refused the oiler, on. Uih lUi.r^ t physical intimities. — Luumr. LoNDow, "IVIttrch If). City 1 n^thck. — Consul-? are still nioied at S'ljj/^p.. chestponee influenced by this determine ion of thir alh', and that the ratification of the treaty, therefore, by (Wa powers, will take phice tu-morrow. — ^76. AK Frtnn the MrMtifCtr du Chmnhrtn of Mtntk IT. •• Th" paiisims rxcited by the Dutcti Coverainmi Muonc it< subjects aKiiinst the Bel^inns and the French li;to jii-t imc ,|. Slotted a roost unf>rtuntr event, and ooewtatcb tnay \ivfi ff. riuus consequences. We nilud* to an iHSt of pnl^ic -Mitten conirnittfd at Rotterdam g:iiost thr Cmsul of Kriuiie. vha w;t.s torn from his carriage and threatened with beui^ flai-c into the water. The folldwine account of the fact is given In the inlrpendrnr. of HriiMHels. M. ln reachln); a bridge near the harbour, his-r;tniA|{r was stopped by several imlividuals, two of whom, well dressed anl sp>:tking the French, uttered a thousand impffcatioM against France and its jjovernment, and threatened to !hrow the t'onsiil into the water. I'pim theenr]uiry of M. I.;ureic*. whether tliey knew to whom rh*v were sptakitiK, ihry ir|iiieil, V's w? know you perfeetly. Von are the Enfou. Ta the w;itpr! To the water I The Envoy of the KingofJicobins !'• '• They then Sfi7.ed M. Ijiurence. drigsed hinn fri>m liis carriage, and were about to throw him into the water, but forrhs cries of his wile, which atirarted other more hiimaiif inhjbi1 he accounts ironi Chin;i, by way of New York, affirm lants. who put the assailants to flight that the dillerences Im>iu; en the Company and the (lovern me it, had IcrmiiiHled, but no particulars are given. From the Jamaha Roifat Cazrtte, Mnjf H. THE FRENCH COLONIES. .At a period when Encland seems to consider the cohmies as mere subjects for piditical experiment, on which to try the extremity of exhaustion, it is tantali/.intf lo behold the protect inu kindness extended by the F>eiM h (Jovernroent to its plan"••* conntituiion has been Ktrep lo each, which. M. l^urenre on rearhing his bouse, hastened lo addrwa detailed report of this orrurrenre to the French Am^assa<^ur ;il the llajiue. The Dutch (iovernment did ail id il iw" lo hush up the atf air and keep it a secret. rations ih Tlie Coroner was fununonod on Sunen favourable, so tlMt all qualities an Sidling briskly at a rise of .'R to 4s. during ili last two weeks. (iiK>i ordinary Jamaica is 84s. lo KV*. and hue ordinary 87*. to 89s. The demand tor Rum, which had tub%idetl last, week, bus •{aii\. revival, and leewards are U7d. lalsl'HiL • •' • oush inferior to our old and chartered rights, in much sujieJ'rom tkr l^mdon Courier, of March 19. PORTl CJAL. Letters from Lishim, of ihe 30th ult. state thi, affcr the arrival of the Sandwich packet, on tlw 2*H\i <>f February, with London new$(xi|iers of the 2'J\, aildiiional nor to jtie impruvements of the Board of Conn, d granted to i '*"*''"*'""* '*^''"*' "''''**' '" •li'>|>atrh the reinfuKemenf "f Trinidad. The Moaiteur of the I Tth December, gives the ""'^P* *** ^I^'l*'''"^ '•'•d that a corvette, a brig of waf, ft'* a, and fivr* small schooners, had loat morning f'J now Minister ol the Marine, wbi;, after poinring ut the inef. i lo sea, having on board t'rom one thousand to twelve m'"* flciency and unpracticaUihty of the colohie. having repre>endred troops, in llie hope of reaclin; Madeira beftfcc ilia tarive. w the mper.al I eg.slau.re. and iL-scnbrng. the new arrival there of Don Perlro. reg.il.tron, an.l establishment, thus closes hi. speech :, TlK>se troop, romorise two ri^n.ents, .-^leCed fo, tl-*' mipracticaUihty of the colohien having repre*endred troops, in llie hope e |roperia| L..gwlauire. and .l?scnbmg, the new arrival thereof Don Perl lese troops romprisf^ two re^iniei ty to Don Miguel ; but their com ] sliore, was such as to make U very doubtlul wh(.'tlef tl*4t. •' Colonies are not mere rha)M-ls of ease to France: they are i i. r^ vi i ^ ^ u .. H members of the sonaf body— they aire distinct, but integral > '>' "^ ^^"" '^•^"''' '"" '^''•*' "^^'^^^ ^ ^^'"'> parts of the kingdom •• For a long time onr enlonle* hvve mstrnments ot public powtr amt we.ihti—a* estabtibmMiis of industry, and as important sre}i to commerce— as advnwred }>osts. tilted to emend the chain of connexion between France and the rest of the world." . i :— — :•'• '^ heen Considered s loyalty could l>c de[x?nde| on, if they found the standari of Donna Maria tlying on llie r arrival at M deira. Lisbtm was in a state of great exciiement, aad msiy of Dnn Pwlro's manitestoes nd Proclamations had not only been circulated hm actually p<)sted on tlie CMye*t and ('hurch doors, and evendisoihn gattrrof fi^** arsefrslNo proceedings had been insiittKed fw roiorcing ih loan, although scarcely one half had lieeti rolic-cH^J^; ^' THE REVENUE. TIk* accounts of the Revenue ara rt-prcscotcd by Uw Courier as must discouraging. TJie deji. lency wOJ b*,.uf j ihey wereda'ilv ei,>ected to take place T"*'^** •'^f'*^'''""' no smaU am..unt. and ts attributed to tJ.e lung duK;,Uon. again,. Baron Quintella. PoHiical arrest i #eie occurrioj ol tlie lulorm Bill, and tlic Commercial restrKtiont iiiidaily • .v P^rir ''^""*"'";"^ "• '!" ^^'"''•^•I Do'n Mi-..el, \u the mJditof all Hiis. had gone uD * he l.omm,>s,ooers for ihe redemption of the NaI river to a Palace about twenty miles from Lisi.or., uo tional Debi have mei, and have asceitained that up toUh,K>iinrexcuni the ir>tli inst. tl --' — — .^-...-w ......My >u sno(ine^ excunion. the I,th mst. there was no sui}Uis Ruvenue for tlo rt| The Constitutionalists were hiLddv delicht.Ml at ih* dempiion of any furtU-r portu>n of ibo debi. This QcX lelligence contained in Uk. Courier of the 'i^rl ot Fil>. the ( onM.nssio,.rs wd< announce, and they will, at the rv, that tlie English and French governments h^'^ '" su'iK. lime, stale >lii(!iallv lii*. Mix.Mmt ..<* lU. .ir...: -_ i. ... ..ir..r IK. lime, stale ollkially il„: amuuw o( iImj .delicK-c> fur posid to prevcnl :>paiu fr oni intcrtcring in tha inbnwi^e^' tTairs w^ Z^t Mu^am^ Mvunjt* ss riiat she meant to have done^io, there can be the troops were tin the t'ronti* rs. €fssssm ^jbi, jj^l^e J received in London, on the lf)ili, at twelve J, froiM Lisbon, givu a difl'eient version from tbe tff ibe object of Don Miguel's visit to the inferior, L^fruiie lu one uf his country seals nearer to Spain, ^,g III encanipmoni. The letiers received were writ^uvintWLifit j^^ '^i.^ PORT or .\ iMiii4r !%. p. ARRIVED, ^ri -the coiise(|uenc of which was, that their commis^(Te taken from lliein. ^ Lisbon ham[>aign, in baskets, Glass, in cases. Baskets, in nests. Eat then ware Pans, Shot, in bags. Tables, Chairs, An Organ, Marble Slabs, 1 Chain Cable, 90 fathoms. Sails, Rigging, Spars, Boat, &. May SOth. BY HENRY GREENSLADE dt CO. War itUh the A'ti/irer, ai Africa. — By letters from the I* I!V xt^i^ !S ilTl f C^ ItUm Muf Alrica lu tliu uod of January, we learn that the fWl'IE Sl'BSCRIBERS, having closed the mercantila iy warfare in llic fiver Gambia with tlo Bana tribe, ii j -B. concernsof the late F.liks J. Solomon, Emj., hereby uend, tlie King having agreed luall riie terms demandI notify to those who still remain imicbted lo his Estate, l,ifteran ong< furnished te oiders. The aBS>rtiiient is very complete, has l>eeo de* liberalely andwrefully in twenty years bruught to its present high state of po'^fection, ai^d eml>races a variety of styles, adapted to different ta.>es and to the various departments of printing .Newspaper, bo.>K and Job, highly finished, an f ot" n*^ Ornaments for School Books, NewsOjiu foryit-rr.EH oaxh prrrious to hisdtpartnrt — afpapers, and Scientific works. ^•A:A. at any time dunng roRTT-riv6 oArh, a Ticket ^^^^" ^^' '"^ '' <^._"^ "^^^ (2^ P"••^^ ^^^*^^ ^ht obtamed. NAMES OF PERSONS AaoiTT TO OBT.iin TicRBTS foa orrARTrar. **l February Ehr.d>eih l^nlKtan ^^^ ;* Either Rohmsen '*h April Margaret Clnpchasa "• *• W. I. Alexander '*'* ^sy Parah B;ddwm Geo. S. Rny f*atBii^l Johrtsoa llili H Htii John Alday Composing Sticks, Cases, Fumltore, Printing Ink, or any thing required in the Printing business, will he executed on the mcnf favourable terms, and with the ntmost promptitude, a large slock of the Foundry articles being always on hand. ^^ Printers of oewipajiers who pubFish this advertisement three limes, and forward a paper containing it to the Foundry, wdl receive payment for the same, if they purchase from lJe Foendry, to four limes tbe amount. GEO. BRUCE. New York, January, 1832. On Friday next, the \tt Junt^ AT THE VBN'UI;E HOL8R, At 10 O'Oloek A. K. Will be sold Superfine Flour, Corn Meal, Ch^ar Purk, C*orn,Hauis, Smoked Beef, "andles, Butter, Lard, Chairs, Buckets, Lumber and Shingles. Trnwj — CASH, bttfore delivery. May 3(hh. BY HENRYADDERLEY. On Monday, the 18/A Jttne^ AT TUB VENDI;K HOUiB, At 11 O'clock, A. M. Will bt> s

osed teenier into contract for the supply of the (*arrison. Its inestimable properties, on tbe srut of (Msturage, are so well known, it requires no rccoirhtr>dalion. — The Fruit trees aie inuuincrablo, and of ""vtry description aOurded on this Island. In front, there are from 10 to !4arretof (Juinaer. SUSAN, 10 years, House Servant. Jane, 22 years, a good Cook and Washer. TONY, fi years, WILLIAM, 3 years. PEG(;Y, 36 years. Cook and Hotise Rerrant. JACOB, 10 years, very handy about a House. POLIDORE, 50 years, a Driver and VhV hami. BINAH, 4t) years, dit o. JEFFER Y, 17 years, accustomed to work wiih a Mi)oo and Plasterer for tbe last two years. PRINCE, 47 years, a Carpenter. PRINCE, jr. iSyears, accustomed lo drive a Cart. AARO.N, 13^ years, a very wnart waiting Boy, parti* cularly handy with a Horse. GORDON, 11 years, in constant employ with a Dray. JERRY, If) years, handy about a llouse. Terms — three month*' Credit, on giving approved •curity. May 26ih. T NOTICE. HE SUBSCRIBERS otfer lor sale, by private bwgain. 6 lihds. choice Madeira Wine, 40 doxen do. do. do. 60 doxen do. Teneriffe do. 1 tnink Gentlemen's Shoes, 2 blue Dinner Sets. HENRY GREENSLADE A CO. December 24th. FOR ALE. The choice of 2 Lou of Land, with the buildings and improvements thereon, sitnate in Prince's street, generally known by the namp of Lightfooi, or Cupid's Row. For Terms and other particolais, apply lo the Subscribers. HENRY GREEN5^LADEA Co. March Sd. 'mi it .-t t ^y VV" jA^'''H.i. ,;_,*..•

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ii \ J: '.-.T* .. !> t i A i S} •' C^r Ms^i)uma ^rsu£(> franc;*:. .?*'** ''""^ Kukmnge, .VairA .'Ift—Five per ceni %l. .H)r. a 97. Throes tWf. e^\, 7l>r. S?,>c. Fours, m. tlJ()U:KA AIOKBI ji. /•'iru, J/rfA tut, H #*4:/„ci in rA wmiw^.^rn tlie liHl lbr* l.ivs .'iH pitMiii> liuH Ixt-n rarrkd im die ChoU'i H(ifirtl, |.'4if vrhoAi jir*' incc' dwiiJ. Bcttuifs tlwite, H (IcjflM liHW (M-currtxJ ill diiiirii paru of the city, viy, : — I III Si. A.iriiiiM-sireiJi, I ih .Si. J an an ad*;, I in Chlii.lir-.Uiw!, 2 in Boj-reu.ir<<. I m llaat Mtiiiu, 1 in M i/.iine, nii 1 ki ilo irAu\*. riiH niMirfMrr wf vH\v% ill privnic i)OM miller < Obst.uach, r 1 • , ; I scendt-d to him from his forelathers — Tk T '"*nM.^ ol a cr.iiiu coiumuted against hei. 1 took down his pieontof hm walks, conversed with ihr m II "*' ^'*^^ ci.w exprewiooH, JKcause 1 was houmi to transinil i hecomint} at length irritated with the ian\'"'i.'^''*"''J'^a'. crime coiumilfed against hei.' 1 took down his pieontof hm walks, conversed with ihr mill expressiooH, because 1 was hound to transmit i hecomintj at length irritat^>d with i'them to those uho had sent me to him. This was the I '" ^'''"' '*><" '*?em not to he aw don, uouid probably ,.ve tlio lives m( ,unuy ihou^unds. '. "^'-nce from I'.uis was seen vniii pleasure, proJc-'cicd to tlu> It IS a remarkable tact that this nialndy has made it.s '*vrenee, their officers at their head, and their tla-/ unfmlapp.'ai.,nee under the inlluence Ha North wmd, which j t'd. The Mibscriptioti* received by the Cominittee to From the (CnnUm) Chinene Hftfu,t^^ /),, , I h' systnn o| f;dsehood carried on hv tl.. i-i • >!..... .......f.....^ I. C ^ v-U(f,f^ > "penenff her. ^,, ronla.ioiu. it would soon lulluw tln^iu tu ibei. place.of ^Iso .r.uiti.d .ludroiknim:; /n line'^il^ nmcrnl.^: T ^r"'!! "'*''''"'• *1:"'^ ""'' '"""' retreiit. '^ .. .„ : i i i . ^, "*^' •-'"* '"ucn more rnnhrm the novice in his on n ion ot rKm.. j i'.S half na.t 4 /• 1/ Pi . ""^"'^'i-'''^^ r.'" ''-V M-ci..l agents to iJayonne an.l MarThe per.o.l appear, to ho a, d w In Z\Z\ "* ^^'^ M.m HI no ImU .hv .' ;Jr;*^'f '" "r' ^r'n'^'V < '>"Hl the lound-tion of tin. mditaty clieM of the foreign residents will either he mucrilrom; "'" ''' '** l>. "'77"^" "-'':'>.'•* '^'*'' f'^n ^M to the Hotel. >|..M.iards. All these facts have been stated in a memo, iai '""^l* '"ore uncomfortable: a„d tt is Hell, c,n ^"^'" !>.; u I to he ll.Mpital Neeker, ami 1 u, la I'i.ie. | addresv.l to (;cn. L.lavette on the MA NovemL iKiO "P^'-iP='' ''-"i^'-l" to be n. de upo .17;' J' "^ I inwrHth.-r contiuue. iid, and the wind still blow. ^'''"'" '''"= .-.:-..•-. iivtmiKr, irviw, ;'...i.i.. !...:...._ .. ."P"" ""^ thine,, from flMj .N.Mth Kast. In t't-m-ral there \ not nmrh panic amoin; the hi-dnr cIh,^ .., thooirh irn-at rb.inL'rH Imve In-en olwervo.! inthe dietot ihuHi. who frequent the coflee hoiiset and resioratears >iw\ also in the reu'imen of private fitmilies. It \ said there will nut U* more than five days interval Ih iwern tintwo sesHions. In that ca^il• wo sunjm rt there will In. biv prrsent to delilwrate, an thev aU *'ein dispos'o< are dh-d with timid iM-ople who .iru'eavinL' the capital to siek ^" •'•*^' "?"Its of the Committee, ineludin.' that of M •T ^fHv m iIm! Provinces which the Tholera has not visit1 ^'^''> l*-rier. Jr. but n.it b.aring ed lodo^rt, eillK'r on arronnl of the la or Uh (uiu oJ tlie Cholera. J*afi. Mnrrh \\M.^'V\m niorniop tlK> Diliir.mc nlb'd • i r.l. Suh .1 panir was ini>viiMblr on the first breakinfj out of iIn; .lipase, and the t^roaU'r on RcctMint of thr sudden maniiei in which it was annonrircd in the capital ; but in llin-e or four iUy% ,H.M)ple will think no more about it,— in hvo iUyt ihyy di Uuf h at it,— and in eiifht dav* tlioy will cantat.ir.. if. \ (hth,,,! is naid to have died of the Cholera lUMne da vs nioce at Calai*. March 24. — Sonif; iiM|>ortant disrovorios have Ikjcn inacW to iIhLie attempt to not tiro to llie urMJiial. A rsinvici tl id niadfl overturvs to a saihir U> bcconie ujie of •n aMociaiion of incendiaries, to whom ten franci. a day u.-io allowed until tlie plot wan fullv executed. TImj wilor bavine reveaUnl thi ap,.licalion, tlie convict waj. ex•niined, and then confined with double iron. The fi iuatc La tj fo inHmr^te thn condition of i the I -d,*!, nduaees, anil has decided that from the Ut inst t he followmaMowancw for kxl^inir: shnli be ^rantrd tlHJ olrlccr^ im'uely, to the superior otlicers an*' iHfr. a month, and lieutenants and sub-lieiitenants |2fr a month oach. The ,>y of the non-commissioned o'fTicers IMS U^n hxtMl at H s^ms a dHv, with a ration .^f bread tH. prix-ntes, .'>*>us dav. und a lation of bread. I InNoovoll.Hi,. foniMJIv dnio,tl,M there i anv founrtatioi lor the rep,>rti in cinulaiion o\ the intended ol the iriMp at Ancona. r* li-tltr from Toulon, daiod tlie 2Ut, says : •• Onlers IwvH arrive.l iM-re to lit out M) ships of war, of which f. nre to be of tinline, 6 frieHtes, and \H of lesser force I bsc fweparations bar.' ijiven ris*. to a thoiiRand tMrer U.fore I wa,. I have still in mv hands thirty-three ssitude of uflaiis, i commissions d;livered to the correspondents of tlucom ".itlee, .laied tlie iffxh. 27,h, L>S,h, and ').|i of \u,xui , require great ?,„. Iiiile extra inana^ement. hacked by an effective fore, J' >u^ ...i...i i' .1 • ^ .-. "iir, aat '"Hltl.c:>th S..ph.nibrr. IS:M, U.arini; the signature; ol llroii adniitt.-d upon the Ci.mmittCH.. I could not, theregam the wlnde. Kxcept in th? case of Captain \V(Mh Sir M. Maxwell, the Chine-e have never witneised the n -' '"nreign forces against their own pun v and ineffective rmZ these examples, thc.ugh very admirably answenng thrnV, Ml ffirrj lore, bavr been the person who piopost-d to M. Casimir crier, Jr. to join it. What I did (and which no doubt MS given rise to the mistake he has committed) "later jM-riod, and in the piesi-nce of his father, win sent be ver\ properly re.piired, fo induce hini to off. ""* "".. i'"i*"l^ "''" ••^7 """"""•> answennginrpuf poses tor which they were inten.led. are trifling to ,bf ! men which It will be proper to exhibit in the present ca i any warlike attempt is made anainst the Chinese fleet or !t teries. it shonld fie done most thoroughly ; for ev erv iIubm to be hoped from a favourable beginning. >*hnulU.' howpw, nothing result from this expedition hut a war of wowli. i,,^ sliould the hiu'h contracting parties couiprum.Mthe miiirr and the fleet be dismissed, itM departnre will h.the ii£nii,f every species of annoyance which the uigenuitv of the iW vernment can dexisM. In order to nrrurf to (or.-i;ti.^ ihe peaceful enjoyment of any privileges they mav ile^-re. it h^Vr^t ind o dv in. ":^'^'"""r "/ '^"JJ-^N --r for ". =.nd that she he tangh. by a summary !•*.„, L L, •HT •'"*?..""'>' •:••/'••'>. f ''Mnnr Perit-r, Jr. attend: •"• 'he invincible nation which she pre^nme. , thuik ^. I ir '^"'!''^* *^* '••*-' t'ommittoe. Ho still sccon.led us "•'"'' •"' "" ••"•|"sition i wanting on lier part lo c.r.lM w-itli all the vivacity of a new and sincere opinion whea **"' feciprociiy system which prevails so genrrwllt (.ol !. the Sfwrnards paswd the frontier, arms in hand 'l have **"*^'' '^*' '" '""' '*^ *'"' '**" exceptions), that there r.|.rt, rnav ap|>ear to neub-ct the nnbles functions which have "''""^ '^•*' "^''e ^** opened.' and then we shall eiijov injin! teen delegated to nw by yon, I nhull be tlie more anxnuis I 1'**^'''*""" "y^m of extortion and ol bnital policy.' to wh.i> hereafter to fulfil iliem with wal.' M. C asimir Perirr, to captains. I, and rvcall i:J, T\ "V"'" '^ '"> '""'"^ '""^-' '' the' produce of tincollections was eniploved in ar HeiHlini. tlie RefugtM... against the Spanish .'overnment was no enemy to the, ys, of tlie propaganda. I ca.m,^ therefore, lie ..ve that h.will now vobintarilv di^ivow -entinieim which were congenial to hi. age, his\HJucation, and his character, and which Imtook ho,M>,ir to him^df in liartakin, with u,. The nature of the accusation bro JCHmst nn^ call,.! for an answer. I have triven i.-eonh-MOK myMf entirely to what afli-cted me ,>..,sonallv, and m really to prove by document, and unimpeachable wn •lOMes, tlic truth of all I have advancr^ all that we at preient suffer is a trifle. I>id die ("^ imagine that they might now go iniudi f.irther with ii. wiib* compelling us to serious resistancf. they ilouhilfss oul.., mmti and hut when the immense inHnx of British trade i> pereend by Ihe^e cunning |)oliticians. then we shall see that, ymwmj upon the indispensihility of their commerre to foreijrtien. ih" will far exceed all former instdenre. and leave no hope of rfdresH. except from a late chastisement, which must be itie more severe, because no long delaved. Were t'oreigners re<s%estr* ( privileges which we never enjoy, aud which are luoieiodaw* restricted from vear fo vear. /?easc, Mitrch Ul. (Private rorrr*,,v>ndenre.)-" \1| foreiirrj r.evrspaf>e,.s are prohibited, except tln^e for hJ n';;™L^"'^*''"*"''* !*"'• ''••';'• di|>lnatic're.idents. Ilol lor tle ness refuses to make any furtk-r concevsionMhJn tl mi' craned by tl edict. Prince Frederick of .Na'sa, h^: reached Ferrare with a reinforcement of 2tltK) Austria Heinforceinenls have been sent to C ins. not a sinsHe French ship of war has l>een ivitd fecchia, thooLdi ;'n ofl the jMirt. It appears to l>e \U^ p^ir an answer froia im.. stating U. whollT.th reCot^i!!^^^^^^^ T'T'^'^ l>n;dege of TvH anV::!, Jher.ahi. ...1. i --.. ' '^^^f.^ "icroachnienf at rest I \eir Opium Ijiw in China. — We perceive in a late Pekinf Oazetle. a new hw against the use of Opium, ni^de by ' KmjierfK. at the Kiigeei|ion of the criminal Hoanl. The li is. that any of the military or common people deierfed lo !> use of Opium, shall be punmhed with one hunl blo<. n.: two months pillory : — if refusing to point out the | the refugees resnJm^ in Fini^daml and other counitivs, nnd rate. ,,1"^"^'" "i" •"l"^'"='^^' =""^ 'he Government degnieraies mio n,j;„ dejM>tisr(. Of whom It wai purchased, the punishment shall b ifie ••• that of the seller, viy. :— one hundred Mows, and three vean tnnsportatimi. The punishment of any ofTicer orofficwl'"lendant using Opium shall he one decree more serere. The preiHisteroiis severilv of this law is alone sufficient to *tP as impracticable, t'.very CJovernor, Fooyuen. SiC. Ac commamled to rer|uire of' all persons employed in hi* f^'a bond that they never use Opium Can/on Rrgialfr, Dtt '' A sdioolmaster hearing one ef his scholars read. M^T. when he came to the word Honour, pronounceil the wordfotU the master told hini it should bev|.ken without the H.i*OMoi/r ; •• Very well. Sir," repJie.i the I id I will renieia**^' lor the future." •• Aye," sani hi.s master, alwivsdr.f fl• 6;i:oi:^i: uiciii^f^, luiitor. WATIUIIAV, Jr\i: *i, l^3•2. VOL. I— :\o. xc II. TlIK BVIIVM V AUUUS. Ht'ilLlHlIKO SKMI-WKKKLY IV NASSAU, N. P. aijlit -Osllira peiannum— Xn adirance. to Missiv.sacouurwliicli iliey eould nut Uai. Will a fts-em to denote anuttei disirgaidof ihepopulation! It isun•auJ iliaima slave ^lopulation, yliere some acts may be i fair.and it isstn.npthenim:thepr..pidiceat7ainst the propri.done, yyli.ch always wdl be done, arising out of the w:ck-; lor of the slaves, and it is not just low ardstl... elloit* already edness of huniar. nature, where a solitary instance, orevin clieeiluHv exercised. {CbtH-rs.) I b.-4; to sav ..fain tlui'l more than a solitary instame, might occur, that it uas t4) POETP.r. i,.>.> wMiirnr fie^ene. u i • .. i ..i> di**olinr If eh h<.pes and sanguine icrlings of th.he.irf. \\ fiocan ik'<-^'* t sn into t^ I and yet who ha? not felt Its be wilderiiiL' influence. BKMTYS (JUWK. Tre.id sofrly, stranger I this is 'i-oiind V\ hicii no rude footstep sjiouhj impress; Wif!i tender pity ga/.e around, il.t sadness all fiiv soul po^'e.ss. 'J'le mI sofdy : lest thou crush th.tlowrrs 'I'hii >r this fun' are ta .rhf fo wave. Triiisplariieil Irom fiieir naiive bowers T) siie I their sweets o er He uitys ^rave.' And Hlrtger let your nielimg hcirt Mirk w -dl iliH Iresh an I verd.oil .^od .' An I eryou froiu the scene ilepiri. let your soul conimiine ,vc!i (Jod. T'Utm (r>le and tion tlMi to show that It IS not the wish of the proprietors the proprietors, to allow any irritation of falio ci nccptlons •ohold apopuhiiion inihitstaie of society if they could U'oing forth to those colonie's, as th.y can onl\ be i,.iu.-=oiii lo otberwiM. But let all those who are lindi.jt,' fault with to the master, and throw back the nvili/Jitioh of ho ^biyi us show u^ thf war out ot it. It wUl not do to say that 1 Weare in such a situation, that wo are comp! ..naut* m. l.-raos.. an individual li.,hlspr..peity in the WeM Indies I the one hand, and beggars on the other. (lleai Inai.) that he IS a losei, and ih it he is nit to have a due con\ I therefore wish lo deal as leniently ai I can, and come in s.rferatmn for bisown interests, a, well as for the fM-acc, /o/-mfl ;iau;>cnf before the (iover omen t, to j-iyc us relief, the happiness (mitwithstaiidin^^ the slavery), the safety ; I can sav no more as to the mismana-emenl of c. lo ml and security of those islands.— (Cheers,) In that state of I affairs, but I could not resist stating ujjat I have staiei' society ai,we now hvm^nn. I mention these things to ; respecting the Orders in Council. I wdl therefore conremove that unwarrantable blame which has been cast on | elude bv sayinp, we are all thankful for aay assistance • us as persons who were ttiltully and willin;:ly resisting an may obtain m support of ourselves and proiM'rtv, under en.ancipation. I he cl arge is mt true ; ami when 1 coni the misfortunes both at Barbadocs and Jamaica ;'l say wo sidi-r more closely some of the circumstances of distress, I are mt only thankful for what Ins been done, but "state .•Oder Mliich we are now siilT,ri;ig, I beg lo declare that | that we shall lie thankful for what we have a right to mI Hill not disposed to say that every .b-vripti.m of distress : pect to be done— a right uhich, ns British subjerts we •sullere*. by the proprietor:,, w.is occasioned solely by a stale strongly, and we claim al the hand.s of (ioveriin'. .it mismanagement of the slaves, or by our interferonce with 1 that protection which is due lo every Biitisli subject, who the slave (lopitiaiion ; tiiere are other ciitumstances o|m?| lives under its dominion. ratin;/ on the property of the old colonies. The ceded Lord Selkirk iosMo move the first resolution: he said coloiiies produced a gr..at q.iamiiy of sugar to this kin' the country bad prus|H'red with tlio colonies, and if tl dom. I iiat certainly has it.s elfect, but becuuNC it had its prosperity of these cob. 'iis was to Ih' overthrown and "ir.'ct, IS It the p.dicy of this country to leave our own l cruslied, it would bring ruin upon the commerce and concolonies, cairied on by Biitisb enteipris** and BriiLsb ca| dition of Kngland. Ho would not further occupy the inpii.il. to rum. .Sinc. ti.at |mlicy Ins crept in, the di[ valuable linie of the meeting, for it was not necessary for trusse.l slate of circumstances has existed.— (Hear, hoar.) him to say more, after the abb es[danatton which ilie' noI. .v..-,M,n^. f : .. -' — ^**"'^ ^*''''*' ''^ '"••""*J"a s .I.J. ot which I know to be of bbchairman had given of the obpcts for which this meeiJ7 lv.Tu.Uc/*'"V t" •' '^^•'-t" n-'ure ; and as I am di.pos.>d in this | ing had been convened. He slioibl li.erely move 11.^^1 ^"\ *7"' <''>';'"T"f*^'"' •.,"'-• ^Vest India Colo.ueeting, both with res,H.ct to the parties assembled, and resolmion, which was declaratory of ilie" ob.ccis wl rli nies.-i:udm,. several of tl,..nohd.tv, and nearly all the from my own feelings, to e.xclude aiiv thing bearing a coinI thev bad m v.tw. ^ r'!.''r,r.7'r'^l'V l""'.*"'"'!'' ?.'• '";"^^'^""' *" the pleKion of pobtical or ,H.y views, i disclaim it. I would Mr. Watson Taylor rose and sabi, that he bad .leai pr^s .ym .0 of h\tr.,.le to the We,, lu,|,.,, ,,,|,|ir not appear beie to-day, if I were toentertain tlaj subject pleasure in seconding the first resolution pn.rms. d bv iIk, oeem..; was ludd this day at the City of London Tavern. I in that point of view. Bm I cannot help adverting to ; noble Lord. H. | | > i t.y iik, wi:sr-iM)i\TKUJi:. MKLTiNt;. TntRsoiY, April rdi. **Mres,Md the uiretiog is hdlows :— Uontlerm-n, befonI | conciliated rather than to have inflamed. But what has colonies, and tliis might be traced to the fanatical faritast'il prce... I t.i the business of I he d^v, I uius. brg m tin' first been the elTecl of tinOrder in Council of IM\ ? bearing | cal, hypocritical sp.ecbes of a paity to which tli country Jtc,.. ,0 m.Mition that a no lile Lord (the .M.r.pi. of Chanon the face of it irritation t.wards the colonies and \Z | had iJ^n uulorlunately too pron!e to listen. He Ik.Z .0 .W V" fTu a^" '" I r' / "! fn>'-r-..i,n.j h-re the justice to tlK proprietors, interfering by saying so long as I see iIk.day when not only those wU were immediately ininieresi, ut the \^ est I nrlia bo ly, IS unavoidably prevented I yo p<'rmit the colonies to have colonial legislaiuies, and • • ^ from aiieiiding lo-.lay, which alone is tli** cause of mv to decide rpiestioni regar.ling those islands, it is unjust and tcres'ed in the cidonies — not only thos*.* who lived in another country, and lived upon their colonial incomes. prtanre tfiosc islamls, and if you rlo not agree to what we ilictate, j that tli connexion lMtw..en tlie cobini-s and tlie moilMr y.u shall not receive the benefits even in the distressed ; country should Ihan intimate and uninlerrupied as'^poMi. and sinkin.i condition of your iiiierests." But to say on hie. If the colonies weie injured, every inlercsi in the . ,' ^ to ; one side, this is the reward of yom non-obedience, and we, mother country, the glory of the nation, and every reortw your attention, which I do not by any thing from | ill the cdonies witlMuit sinking aKo the interests of the mo| injury. If tlie West India connexions were despiw-d ih pnetors are mvolve.l. I do not desire to attribute that iher country ? Il was saying, if you don't follow thik ad| arts, manufactures, and industry of Fnglatid would btinures, to any p.ificular circumstances comiecied with vice, we will punish the motJM-r country tbioogh the mejur.d, for they uere vivified a Jd invigorated bv the capi^rty or political persons, but I desire that lint distress ; critr*s who bad forced but •"•re anxious n with Sorry was he to see that such invaluable interests were like•<>re anxious now than u|M)n oidinary rx canons to present 1 ports, and upwards of five millions from llie ex|)orfs. Is j their notions on g..verniiieiit, and when they bad ruine.l 2''dfb.d,,re you, the Weeartoeveryf>erson calamity, tlie im|)ortance of which we might to have lor. o That : meeting r.d explain bis views, and that his interejitf Jf-Jprieiors of Wsi India piop.rfy, as pwe*sors uf a 1 <"'"'v that certain resobifio.is had :> fiom tinlab.nir of those ining the amelioration tif tlio con.lifion of the slaves 'hIuiU. I will Mbe Ux lib. e ^ .... _. •wy couutivmrn wlm are endeavouring to s::fk that ^''n '•' ''""'"^ •'^'""'' >'"'*''•" • ^N a progressive Mate lionwa* only one of degree, bui wbefi ••'''<• by Miisr jMes-n'ati. 1., whi. h. when ro-irocted, of iniprovement has been carried on. Then wh.-re i, tiMjj twenty Jiors.ts or 'wo ; wbetl er he em|lov*d 4 .. inwtd ier be h-t/* kent fc ki^awn by those who concocled ibem to be false, or wisdom or the propriety of issuing order* in council which(Cmrlwifi on Ih' latt P^g' )