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Caplain Gardner, of the ship' Thomas
Wilton, arrifed at Baltimore on Sunday,
epoke off Bermuda; onUhe 6th instant, the.
Britih man of-war brig Avmi, having on
board the Hon'. pavidKrskine, minister re
iident from the court 'if St. James to the
United Slates.. . '
Captain Gardner alsp informs ttiat a short
line beiore hir ajuTeig, following melan.
choly erent'took plate about 70 miles above.
of Salem, ,vtm: attacked bijrf. Arab ship of
CPnvdirtie foctV tett possession of and
plundered s the e, ell nurderVd, and the
: ship stink. Iravjd war resorted to. by them,
iotherwUe they coiild Ipbt have taken he r.
he6woer oHlie raVehipfsi3 that .Me
hbmraed Ikle prefaced upon captain Orrie to
discharge his pilot ' at Cameroa, and to re
ceive oft board bis ship his brother and a num
ber of hi slaves,, as passengers; and that
they would assist in the management of his
ship from Caraeroato Hadido, which cap
..tainQrne, in an unfortunate moment, con
sented lo (he ;ship proceeded in company
they were 'attacked at tho same time from
without and within, and their fate tfas soon
decided , -Nx ?preheniibn" i Jentettained
that any circumstance cT. this kind will take
p!iic: Sri future, as the Arab captain is afraid
to jjo elsewhere thin to Loheya, and the
. Island of Camcroi. The sovereignty of this
island belong .to him, haying purchased the
rime from ttieshenffplLoheva. It i A said he
' Jsahaut to proceed to Muscat, U, it is of con
sequence' thut his movements, .should he
known in" AfneVica; ' that such an atrocious
act may no, go unpunished.
Capta'n Lincoln on his passage from Phi
ladelphia to the Muvanna, on the 27th of Au
gust, in lat. St 49, long. 78 46, .in the mor
nings spoke the French frigate Cyhelle, since
put into the Chesapeake in diitrew, and
at 9 o'clock the same evening,' fell iti .with' k
was boarJsd from the French 80 'gun ship
P.efrulus, admiral L'ilerrotte, who mstlc en
quiry after the Cybelie, as they were in the
.gals of the 12th with her,' and feared she had
foundered; thty said their ship had received
no damage n Ahe gale and would stand for
the Cybtf!le; . bat it is woit probable they
stood for Kvircpe, as she has not since been
heard of. Thuv all the French abips and fri
gates, except the President of 44 Run a, whkfy
sitlcrd from Murtinlco In the summer, are ac
. counted for.' . . .. ' ; "
r . : . . .
The Ki"S of Pnillia hei puhliuitd I
Pioda (nation to, the llanoveiian StstJi ori
their beins; incorporated with hit djrr.i
riifto, which continue! as, follows :
' ''NeitNr'arobition, nrthe lufl of tr
titer? t bu,t fo'ely k conviA4oft f.'or.dcd on
. f Xjieiurlcs, that tic iucnrporaii rf:.the
llanovft'an Snws with the Pruffian Mo
oarchl is cbviuuily rtccellaiy fcT the wc!
,ffeai)d fecurity ei both, hae determined
tne to nrMin, srd tq'llve ficrifices
ruiir.ccd wUh it. The fat) bit uujjht
yon that Enjlar.d cannot pro'etl nir,'and
t!at you can he protected by Prnf.iif ..lone.
Pru Ilia hit now taken' spun he rfrlf this
prouclion, from .which yru have to ex
puft reatti frcurit y of perfont and of pro
pcrty, as well aa thezboJiiion of all op.
pitti te abnfes which the diftar.ee rf your
rulers produced. But you mi it alfoclol'c.
ly uplie w'nh a eernn.tnt wh:ch lu;
vrro'iht yfVihhclc Lit lins, 2c fuppvrt,
mM counu! an J aftinn, a Coniti.utiou
which his bcfti dti.i ' J upon fur your be
refit. O.. the otlui han !, 1 will alav
ajj'fore rojfeH youi faciojs boveie:n'
T.xtrect of a letter from an tfHrer htlorginfj
to tre ea'H'liuoo under uctitui-Miranda
to his brother i.i Ncw-Vrk dated iiU.ul
of Afu'M, wst Currtcea, Aug. 30, IbOd.
V We arrived here on the If .hinst. all in
gnod health. We left 1 rinidad the 24th Ju-
lr, in enmpany v.'nh the Lilly sloop of war.
c-t. Campbell, who ids as Commodore in
the expedition, l.i nnjetly'i Liir, Uxpiet
et.d Attentive, ond the schooner 1'rcvost, 1
guii4H)t. carrying etch a Si ttounder, an
Atneticau brig with tr. visions, und ctironn
ship the Lear.de r. The arncd teisels nrwltr
thcCmmoioie. were diip.icbed Ly Admi
ral Cochrane to aiit us.
The Sun.Uy fallow in, about tto o'rlock
in the 'loorvdttR, we patted along dcte to
the prlnc'i$l twwn of the ,Vpshih IsUiid f
Msrputrtta wc could esiily !iini;u'nh the
InhaViiants coming t ut f the ckurcli to de
fend the town, vippfinj our intcMtvn was
toatlifl. , As we puiicd slortr, the RNnd
lattery in the town furd severtl shot at os
w.thdut effeft NVe krptcn ntir count until
vreayfivrUoiTCochc, betvctn Marurrita k
the Mme, where we came t anchor that
slay at 3 I. M. and remind Ihete Utiiil
rest ay, we then purttd or voyage uwHl
the lit of August, hen we arrie'ed in the
lUy ut .a VcUde Coro. The J;oyalCiy r.f (
La U d Coio, as tl a Spmnrt's ctll it Is
kituatcd In the P.. rtcf H.cLiv of tHatr.irar.
Ve tame to tr.etor 'on the W. liJe f lis
liy, owSgte the rnUtke ef the .t, in tr e
i ;M, Tt vr" I mile to leeward i the cllt.
YetUfBp;fl4lo t!tUk at d.y Igi.t tkl '
liiormlnj 'uhtml itKteis, owir(f t a strtr
l.tid i,iJ s ti a r.ey sva our elUippiM '
i.tent the iiibsVtlaiits ad opportunity f i.
lairttnit ay tb mShe n4 irivate trta.
k'ue, which vn c fTrttoiKy.df. The mor
i.iiC ''rr we I lf4 trt the Mo.Ur of ?,
ItOj linf rairiBtsanl SAtlari an 4 ahhtch
Si tia wutl:C:ai:4t7 Utitcti if ftrulfc
tjf, 400 infantry and i.otaae cavalry, vreflrote!
the enemy from potato post, and ta halt an II
nour the city was our own, ana tne tquiro- ti
mail I uniajiu b iuc jji luvt jjai vaiii i j ,
we hadtmly one man wounded, the, Spanish
troops were panic struck and fled at random..
The ardor and briskness of the attack quite
astonisbed the Dons ; we took ?Q of ibe In
dians prisoners, armed with bows and arrows.
Our troops had been all the day before Coop
ed up in the boat trying to land, and were so
fatitnied that they could not overtake the ene-
my, the most ot vrnom tooit tne rosa 10 v.o-
ro, 12miles. W. La Tela. ..We spent tne
day in debarking more troops and. reconnoi-
tering the different roads and environs ot tne
city, ,mnd in posting sentinels, adohi mid
night we marched to Coro, with two piece
of light artillery and about two hundred and -50
men including sailors & marines. General'
Miranda'Mioped to surprise the enemy, at
break of day, before the king's treasure could
be removed, but he was disappointed, for e '
found an empty city ; the inhabitants fled to
the mountains, with their valuables, a few old
men and women, some negroes and children,
and a few tables and chairs only remained '
Coro is one of the earliest buiU.citiesof Spa
nish America; it i regularly laid out and
well-built, every hcue is almost cannon
proof ; the city is about four miles in circum
ference. . .
V entered Coro s early in Jhe morning
that Ve could not distinguiih friend from ene
my, 'and here a melancholy scene took place :
When the advanced' guard which I followed
cloitly wrth the leading piece of artillery, ar
rived in the centre square they advanced to
the prison, which they supposed was .a forti
fied citsdel, or something like it, ,oncfthe
soidif rs imprudently fired at a mn t this pri
son door, whom hj took to be one of the ene
my", it proved to be one of our meJi, ' he was
shot dead on he spot ; at this moment the
prisoners, clinking their chains, cried out
througu the grates olthe prison u Vive Mi
randa," when the guard without the prison
fired a feu dt joy; at this time, still dark,
the infantry walrawttipontheidof the.
square opposite ta the privw fc close in front
of-the cathedral, the artillery in front of the
infantry in the centre ofthe squsre ; 1$ while
ire were unharnessing tho mules' froVn the
pieces and 'preparing to fire upon the prion
when ordered, the inUntry behind u hearing
the feu' ds jiyofthe advanced guard, brliev
ed the place was defended, and without, wait
ing for orders commenced a heavy fire at they
knew not what,-" they wounded their com
manding officer, lieutenant colonel Kirkland,
they put two muiket balls, into him, one of
which came out at the arm he is in a fair
way of reebvery. They wounded two men
at my gin, one close to my right side,-rnd
the other as close on my left-. I had the
good fortune to rermin tourt amidst a show
er of balls that whistled about, my cars for
After rcniainipg four or five days et Coro,
endeavouring in vain to pursuad the inhubt
tants to reli:rn to the citv, we returnei to La
Veif!,Vliere wc waited tome days fx news
from our friends in the interior ; notreceiv
ing any, and roost of the ships being h want
it( witter, w embarked and came hereto sup
ply rutsclvei. lnthemeantimegerieuMi-
ranua Cliatchcu two vessels, oneloaumtrai
Cojhrenrfon the windward statioa, at Uarla
docs, ar.d another to admiral Dacres cn the
lcward station, at Jamatra, to inform them
of our "proreeding, and I believe to obtain
sme troori. the- gener.4 having pretieusly
heard, a. I learn, that the duke of Kent had
arrived ur.l trn thoutand troops at Jajiaica,
a pirt of whuVwu destined toait'nta.
We have recently rectivfd inforrqatiun. that
one of Miranda's friends has a rorps of 2000
recn ready to 'pin us ; that Miranda Is a'ftvo
rite toait at Voito Carello, when tie king's
partitas rr not prcirnt ; that songs favora
ble to Mirat.ds have been toropfued on the
occasion, rnd are frequrnly rung in the dif
ferent townirf the provinces of Carter as. the
birth jl are, .of our Genet si. We haveelso
her.l i'h jfrst pleaiye, that all the ptU')"
ncrs they took from u in April last, are in
rod health, and kindly tretted in the city f
Si, Leon uaCarraccas. Wc have heard tlisl
the oe werfelHing;, and the men sent to
the rr.ir.es of Vera Crua. We might hate be
I'evrd it, did we rot know the wiakncs of
the Spanish forces in that qusrter. The fact
is, they wonld have ewe turd ettrr prisoner
without remorie, were it rot they fisrrd, atid
with teaion ton, u.ktatil retahsnon, and that
from the hands of their own cititens We ,
cspectm aicwttsys to near irem rdmirsl
Cochrane and Dscres io the most favorable
stay, and then to leave , his l;!md far apart
of the iliiq. more coaret ient and nearer to
enr Spanish fiietuli that. La Velt or Corn
From all t'ieatjpv irJormation we hive ol-
tallied. 4her tirow 1 think, nodoult oftht
tucreis of Iirarwl, at least in the provinces
elCaraccas. which is one rj therpoit rich k
vsluatle cf all the provinr c la Spanish Arne
nca. 1 he fnestc Gsutia hss jail ioioee" .
il'e 0prry is ejtpfcttd too tvery hour, l.
sidt rne other mwl. hinte we fartive d
ltt,re a fevei hss appeared among the crtwof
our Vp ; one man dird list a toin j and there
are anout so more new s n.
1 Loenox, August IT
Tron. Uotlind we lesrw, thai liar Ldwie,
by a dettre, iastx4ooy atippretifd- 004 ff
tM AmsKrdsm paptrs, tie.fM jMraa,
"Xllvrnin; llersld) tot lis decided that Ike
inf?r1iiliite editor skill not be r mrdoted ia a.
tif perHMttcil woek. Tkt rtssoa lilted fr
tHit act tf authority Is the rmkhrstion of aoft.e
f'te musrki Mwn evcrnmertts with Wm
j lut iUjttlf it ft iKt, Tkil dt(tt( ltftt
of a pjao laid dotm by the Trench govtrntfieot
to strangle, )f possible; the freedom of the
presinvery country in Europe. 1
. The feri 'Fr-AineTican, Fosset, arrived'
jn Daroariscolta'Wver, ne 3d inst. from.Tor
tola. In lat. 25, 3D, long. SO, cat. Fv
fell in vrith the Lt foudrojimt, Admiral! Wil
laumez,-baving loat hts mas', spars, '.bow '
spiit,,isc., Ihe admiral took possession ot
the brig, and took n board the ship, the mate
and 3' men, and sent 12 men on' board the
brig ; the brig then took the ship in tow,, and
continued with her 17.'days, when they arri
ved safe at Havana.. The admiral gvc captain-
F. an order on the French consul in Bos
ton, to pay for the detention of the brijr, and
for some rum capt;. F. supplied iiint with
MustiNS.--Notv'nhft4nding the ex
treme rinentfs of this delicate material at
now ftirnifhed to out lel'ts both by Euto
pean and. iidia manufacturers, it appears
.that thfs 'qtulity was once carried td a
iTiuch greater height that at prefent; '
Tavemier, who wrote atotit the : middle
of the 17th tfentury, "relates, that, whefi
Ali Beg, ambafl'ador from Per fi., return
ed thither from India, he brought, with'
him a (octanut fet with pearls, which had
inclobd in it a ftirbm of fixty cubits of
rauflin, fo fine that the cloth could icaicc-.
If be felt by the hand!
Such is the alarming enereafa of the
poor's rates in England and Waler, that
l he tot il amount for the lad twelvemonh5,
was 5,945,607!. The average ra'ei of the
leviei, for the counties of Enp.land, w$s
4', 5d in the pound, on the rentJ,- The
average rite in Wales, was 7s. 3d. in the
pound. . . .
Daring the American war, whilft Co
lonel Rorpoine con.rnanded in Coiki he
uw a corpiilent fuldier among the fpscta
toei on tlie parade, whom he addrtlled as
follows i Who are you, Sir ? You mud
be drilled twice a day to bung down ::
corporation. Wlio are yoti, Sir I'V
44 Pleafe vntr Lonor (replied- Pat) I am,.
Sir, hijktletni ofthe 5th regiment of foot,
which his j 11 It marched over from Ame
rica." The fail was fo, tor fuclf was the
ciioage of that difadious war, that only
this fat foldief an ! ap. Webb, returned
toEuiope, out of a full regiment landed
in America. LcnJtnfaftr,
. Nassau, v. P. papers to the 27th Septem
ber, (received at Philadelphia,) mention that
the late hurricane at that place had done con
siderable damage te the buildiogs and crops, J
at t.luethera, and several lives were lost.
At Boag (N. W. end) the bodiesof 20 persona
werefound about a mile from their residence,
ind not a home leu standing- In Harbor Isl
and, 1 1 7 houses were destroyed, as w slvuhe
church and barracks. At the great salt pond
the sea broke ovtr the bank, and svreptaway
several heap f fall, l-eside injuring seve
ral others. The bus of salt has been trj
The foVowlnj beautiful Portrair, from
a mora! limr.er, is painted from the life,
and inroumrj whichglow wtthbtightneii,
and will lall for eg'i.
11 The temyei of a Chtmiar, It not a
temper of fordid fcnfali:y, or Isiy apa
thy, or dogmatifing pride, r t'ifappoin-
ted actbitton. More trnlf independent cf
worldly edimation, than philofophy, with
all herlosfli, it forms a pet feet cormjfl
to Eptcinein feWilhnefi, o Stoical ptd,
and ta Cynical brutality. It is a timpcr
compounded of firmnefs and complacency.
ardptice and lore; ar.l manifcltins iifclf
' in sGi of kitdr.efi and of courtcfy ; a
kinJneti, not rrtterwetf, but teniune 1 a
. cottrtcTy rot - f.lfe arl fopei ncla!( - but
rordial and finer re. In the hour ofro.
pii'arity, it is not intoxiratcJ orinfolcnt ;
in tliehi.i.rof tirpypultrity, it is not etf.
pondirg or motcle; unfhaken in cor flan
cy, y&wcatied in tenevolente, fiim with
out irujhnsfi, and aluiuoui witlitut fer.
Pv laieadt'cri from the MViitrrinrifi,
we Icirn that varhaibetn drtlarcJ be
twren the Ccy of Tunis and the Dry of
Allien occafioned by the refofsl of Tu
nil to pay the (llpu'a'ed itibute 10 Al
jisri, in which tkc fotmrr i MJ to be
Countsnar.ced by il l Poite. The Per of
Tenii hit taifeJ an army ot yothoufsoJ
men, and the I)r j of Aljieri onacf6o,
0001 the latter with the avowed purpofe
ol attacking Tunis. Ilia trpi caamfef.
led fume itpugMnce tomsrehiaf, until
tUy wire temptci by the oHir of the
I lunder.cllhe town. No acceurti have
Ucn teeeieed of the aneetipg ol theft two
attract from which wt my tpA a Hon.
dv combat. The Tonlfisn cruiisis hate
alfcaJy enttttd the hifboun of A'clttf. 1
no iixnnuiie.i innnuf racr erprroauoci j
atd A!iei tad frnt out revere) Cfuil a
10 intercept Mtli Mollt.
.ThttHfore Dwlr,hf, Ufj. Iitbofm by
tic Frtcmsn of tl e State of Conntflieut
to fpttfent them in i4 iMntk Cortffi cf
th UftHte" Staitt la ifce item d the l!ca,
JcLa C. Sc!th Kfo;. ttfrf.
COLUfciMA, October is. 7 '
. From the, returcs of the late elections, it i
elected to represent ibla state in the next
Congress of the United States :
For .Charleston district, Robert Jflron
for Beaufort, Barnwell and Edgefield, general f
. William Butlcr-los Georgetown, Horry, Ma
rion, Darlington and, Marlborough, David It,
JFi7iimj -for CoWtctiow' Oraiigeburg and
Richland, JohnTojlor for 5uroter Kershaw,
Lancaster, Fairfield & Chesterfield, General
Richard Jllnn for. Abberville, Lauren and
Newberry, i,rrj;Cajfy-for Chester, Spartan,
burgh, Union and York, General . ITiomas
iHaore for Pendletoa and Grenville, Lemuel
James Alston."'1 '..; - jl
A rnortal fever once prevailed on board a
?hip at sea ,; and a negro fellow was apjoifi
ted to throw oveTboai d the bodies of those
who died from time to. time. One day, when
' the Caplain was on deck, he saw the negro,
dragging, out cr the Rre-casile a sick man
who was stniKglitJg violently to extricate
himstinrom the negro's grasp, and remon
strating most bitterly against the cruelty 0$
burying hini' aliye. " What are j ou going to
do with th&t man, yovt black dl??48aid the
capr. Going tffthrow trim overboard Massa,
' cause he dead replied the negro. Dtad,
you scoundrel? says the Capt. ' dont yo
see that he' move atid speaks? " Why yes,
Mass'a," (replied the iiegro) .' I know he say
- he no dead ; b,ot him always lie .0 like h f
nobodj nebber know when to believe Arm."
Monument of Gen. Hamilton.
The corporation of Trinity Church in New
York, has erecltd over the grave of General
Hamilton, in 1 1 -ijiity Church yard, a-beauti-ful
Monument ci white Marble, composed of
a Py ramid re&tir.gon an elevated base or pe
destal surrot.ndt-d with four elegant urns,rantt
raising to the height of about 12 feet. The
following is the inscription : . '
" To tlie memory of
The Corporation of Trinity Church bas erec
ted This ilonument,
In testimony of their respect, for.
The Patriot of incorruptible integrity.
The Statesman of consummate Wisdim,
Whose virtues and tatents will be aduirei f .
Guileful posterity t
Long alter this marble hell have mouldcrc
iiti July 15A 1804, Aged 47."
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HAVE just received direct fmm the Patea
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Dr. IUw son's celebrated AnU Bilious Bit
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restoring weak and decayed constitutions of
Dr.Rawton's Anti Bilious Pills, or Family
Fhys'rc a medicine extremely useful in 1I
complaints where purges are necessary.
Dr.Thomp'on's Aromatic Tooth Paste-
The best Medicine ever yet invented for white
ening and preserving the Teeth, and for ru
img the Scurvy in the Teeth and Gums ; the
very great sale which this valuable Medicine
has met for sotiie year's, bespeak its inliir.iio
Ur. Thompson's celebrated Eye Water A
Medicine whirh vns very highly recora
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description ; certificates ( rcmaikable cure
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Dr. Thompscn's Tooh Ache Drops--A,
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Ur. Hawson's celebrated Worm I'owdcrs- -Superior
to any Medicine heretofore inen'ed
for exptUng Warms from the Bowels cf ,
Children, or adnl's, h raay be uied with safe-
ty agreeable to the plain directions which ac
Ur. 11 iw son's Itch br Bcaulifjing Oint
mentThe most certain and safe application
for the Itch, of any Medicine no in uet It
Is also good in all kinds of eruptions on the
Skin, is very agreeable in smell, k leaves the.
HVin smooth and besnfiiul.
Dr. Lee's celebt sted Bilious riils -Tteie.
Pills are too well noted at a valuable Medi
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Drops, for Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, Spit
tin of Blood and approaching Consumptions 1
this it a vslostle Medicine for sU complaints of
the Lang end hss wrought msny surprising
tores, after ell other Medicine bid failed, ie
llinkky'e remey for the TtUu
Dr. II all's Itch Solution -The ahove Me.
Jkinr are ad q tor sale at Fay eilctUle, t ; Dua-;
esn M'Ra, I'ust.Mnter.
July 3ftb, li:t S, Icew.
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