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SATURDAY NIGHT. TV
BY A JOURNSYMAi MECHANIC,
t NOwif and childrenrUt't 4'6r
My work is done and here' the pay ;
I was hard to cam, out never miaa
Hops rearM the shelf, and peaceful!
Six day Pre toil'd, aad now we meet
To'share the welcome weekly treat
Of toast and tea, of rest and joy,
Which gain'd by labour cannot cloy. .
Come, ye who form ray Jear fire side,
My care, my comfort and my pride;
Corns now, and let us close the night,
In harmless sport! of fond delight.
To nw row's dawn bring blessed peace,
And eacu domestic joy 's increase,
To him who honestly maintains,
. Thatoourse of life which heav'n ordains.
Tlween rich and poor,' the difference'
what? :,: t ' v
In warking or in working not.
Why then on Sunday we're as gtcal
As those who own a vast estate.
For, on to-morrow'), happy day ,
m ,Vc sliall work perhaps than they :
Aiitl though no tisimies I afford,
"What's sweet and clean will graco my
board. ; ,
For which and every blessing given,
Thankful wt'llbow the knee to Heav'n:
In Gvo's own home our yoices raise.
With grateful notes of prayer and praise.
These duties, will not interfere,
Oi-cioudraybrow with tho'.ghts severe,
Bu sti'.l leave time enough to spend,
Xo u.ks a walk, or see a friend.
Sweet's the tranquility of heart,
Vvh'cb public worship does impart,
And kweet'slhc hV.d, and sweet's the
To Kim whose conscieace bears no los.4.
Tit.)-; shall the day, as God design''!,
IV.. 1 my health, unbend my mind,
O' Mot: .lav morning, free from pain,
Ci.cerlul I'll g j to woik again.
Ou- life is but alengthen'd week,
ilirouirli w' ic!i wiilto;I lor rest wo
beck ; . "y
And he whose la'i'itir well if put
A joyful suLituih linda at last I
A iincfp.iitr. Whatever in.1u''.n,
olikrvcn a tttt.iVe A.itar, u icajicd from
riHfofV, may be rcJje' Iriim . ncwipape:,
which is hc 1-fl.ry wtrljfrtm dy
NLW ARK. (N J. Not. 4. "
&!it.ri. FJttort, ,
,V..u- f years s-ic? I p! Jtn'ially ab-
Uhk'w .1 i .-.i.e. l idiVi.r. :i o, rniiiitr (, a
rcC'At, f.urf IK; s? jit. 1 made tl known
la pi .! jcs; :"itn who were sf
ii f,ed,lilj this 'iib'kdy ; luc niiu'e trial of
ihtf tvnif 'y and wiJi lurcrts ; indtei I hate
cv.r i.' : it t f.:! cf effecting a rur, -sheii
t'i mvl- ..!. v... Ue poper!y rr.s le, d'lly
taken penevered n. I csuld fnrvah
Uiinv iniur.retoliis great and happy c5Yen,
but i '!! ru ion on examp'e only. A la
i'y, , i t )trolJ, lind ihe Drotxy t i
tlut J..-ue. that wn fcsrf jl to stand on
lur fn, J;t !.r V;,i aifxiM t-rst. I saw
.'-i.itht kiMu'iiu n1 it f spn-ehended
' . ou'li n a tctf sno.t tiia. She
b ,c' h ard ihut I hd a rtcipto curt the
Jir,r.v, and wtasaiiojs lo f tpcrience it.-;.
H y.H t' f.edieine, scr tin to the pre.
krr.;. i h I hn s s t.bf tfaeuation,
.Ue r-l'm4 ther baly atirly aba'ed, and,'
ii.' I'irw.ili ihrs.fter, ile was rsstortd
fo f-f V ealtS.
T t. lp so.. hrciroein jtrst damsfid,
J Ud copie f it lod'tTtrs persons
i .if v U miich' tu mort t;f ttHr Von, J
p ' i!h "' i; hi t.e i'mintltf trttJ'mAmti
wM-.l. I ha . tw lie p-teitt priod, bttn
trti- :'" '"td nti by persons, not only in
i .hi i 'it l,in the state cfNcw.Ywtk,
f ip-, vid hate this moment finish,
c ! 'Ti ' ; it fvr a friend at a distance To
M inrM'f the trouble if pnsihle tl trans
acii'diiif .He rccipf, ss heretofore, end tUl
rill;res!r publicity ntay be s;ifcn t U, I
mpir.t that you will sfjain l.lrt it la yeur
p)tcriand shnuld the i tintrri cf osps.
pa'. It the United Sutet. rfpuUish lids re.
Cipe, Ihey probaS!y would rtnder esientlsl
kincClU luauy if lUir fallow citiwr..
1 I'iimd ci Mai.
JttWmfk, ;Vt. 3, If 06.
Tea Kacin. .
, Vol li to sinus Df eaiiHem jor, (slSo
cftiU tosr citr, together whH a dtU
Itstdi'gl of psrVry hms and loa, cut fiej
twuMsiinimfj'rhfnM(4 mutsrd d J
, )ilf unMince 'ttnr!Uf t'j.iils k ttu "unit
of jW.B'f Wtr'ts. The Uttt to t lpi
wirmby ihe 1rt. Iniy.fcur httt $ I9 l,
t.fiii itatf 1. sndtle i irsinr4 f r us
!... r . VI. tislf a srint rlt f.i'd,
tHf--,ti s f tmply sicreath..
I' ' '.y bt '.rvrJlf r.ftf.ff.
t 1K w.tr ) Lt discbarft I, its!
1 5 t ' ' tnole ta'a f itftne Su'juit
p. n aim 1. 1 det, at4 sliulfi La CI
f i'WfS as mta is psnthM
. ' : . ,
A-committee of the lloirsc of Assembly
of New-IerBey,haTe ra ported, that it would be
inexpedient for the Legislature of that . State
to accede to any amendment to the Consmv-'
tion of -the United States, for pfevcnUngHbc
extension of the jadiclary power to control
rersies between ct'ieena w the drfftf rent states,
between citizen,s of the same state, claiming
lands under grants trora dinerent staies,or
between ; citizens of a state, and citizens or
subjects ol a foreign stste, as proposed by the '
Legislature ol Kentucky. I4ie house unru
isaously confirmed th report. , . ,
. ' &ALEIGH, Nov. 24. s.
A writer in the Richmond Enquirer, hs
seems tar be in the secrets of Col.' Burr, has
attempted to account for the business of that
gsntleman in the wast, from which be dc
duces : nothing unfriendly to the Unioa.'-
t rom tltw publication wt extract tht follow-
1 In oae of the Western papers, it is said
fVrt Col. Brr h.s 1-tely been at the house',
of col.ChArievLyBch, in Kentucky, where be,
remained seteraldays; thatLynch lomettma;
jo had puTchased an ihterest in the claim'
of Baron Bastrop to thirty rntleii sare of
lauds r in . Lfais!na, which the Spanish ;o- -vernnieat
had granted to him : that Bastrop'
was bound ts settle a considerable number of
fsmllies thersoa, as one of the conditions 6f,
Here then the whole mystery is unTotd
ed, Bastrop, being unable to fulfil his con
tract, has sold or confederated with' Lynch ;
Lynrh haa eiher sold to or confederaled with
Burr ; But has told to r confederated with
other persons, who hare sufficient ea.h cpi
tals to make the necessary settlemfnts.
M Having made, these arrangements, it
was natural for col. Burr to etvgage yoiWg''
men of talents and enterprise, not only to'
become tettlefi but also to ptorribfe the elie-
ral purpnsesof the plan. Ysungnien of this
descriptior. hare been employed, and because
the wise ones could r.o' discern wherefore,!)
they hjire thought fit to say, thai the prr-1,
pies were treasonable,, and that col. Burr
was not only the author but the treat mach
ine, upon which all the minor parts of this
supposed treachery and compiracy, nutud cr
.: RALEIGhTdcc. . '
On Friday the Judiciary Bill was read fcrr
the third and last time, and ordered to be en.
ffrowed. Thia bill provides that there shall
be two mpeiior courts in each county, year
ly, and. that. the county coin's are Hjtry jury
causes twic a yrer and ol'uncr if the busi
oes rtq'iires that in- addition to the Juries
and Solicitors now ii office, thtre arc to be 2
mora Juices, and four more Solicitors appoin
ted , a Judfce apd a Solicitor me to perform
oie circuit ; t Stat being laid off into six
dtcuitaof ten cout.ties esch, and each circuit
romruencinj: on the fi-st Monday of March
and Sen?cmbr - that ths Judges are to hokl
a supreme court at Raleigh f.r.ca year, on
the teeth iay 01 jur.c. In a'ddiiion to 8 mas
ters in chanctry, there are to be it more a
;i n;el and in add, ioi to the clerks of t:s
p;cnt superior courts, j 2 more are to be
ppointtd by the judges. ST
n?ousx or Comons.
MunJs, December I.
The bill establishing a superior court in
esuh county, was read the second time , in
the Senate, end amended by aUnking out the
Ust clause, nhic'i weLtto limit the u,eratira
of the hi!I trt three years, and passed by a ana
jarity of S votes.
Tuesday, Dee. i.
The Speaker la d before the House ace'oi
mcnics'ion from John Havv d, EQJCl.
.I.fi.l.rg;iurer. From thi document, we nd
that the amount of all the laxra received i)
the treasury from the first Nove'inbcr 1 80J,
ts the Crsl of N tve niber, 1I0. intkdingar.
rcsragts and the cotton gin tax, is3ft.95S
IS 8 ; which, aJdcd to the tccripu prtvioua
to K"V. 1 801, amounts t 61 t7i 4 9. From
this t'.sl sum. disburse nicnts hy been mat't
siice KvfmHer 1605, to Nuveir.Ur I606,
intludW.t the m jrey burnt 1.t seiM'.n dmu
cd unSk fr um, leaving a balance In the (Vc
aury tt tie T4rst 6.j uf Koter&Uc ao; pf
4l,5i4 US. Some part cf which is wern
somorli as to be unfit for circulation.
eien-lilurrs of the last Asm rally snd tVtt
clsi cs, reduced it. e Ire stury to the sn.all sum
.f 14,SIJ 10. Tie. monies in the funds. r
t!;e Ctiti4 St.tts. amount to slx.-it L.i.riy
IhoMsand J!Urs i ihe io'erett ef which a.
tnourtt'nir lo alout fnir ltouisddbltpra, has
W t -t Is.d out by tbt Trtaortr in ihe pir.
chas -f adi'niof.I sink. AcrtsMe Kit the
actcf Assembly, to relieve censin ritiina
f Mccller.bun;, 81c. the Trtsturc r of the U.
n'uersiiy hsi tsnsferted to tV State Trea
surer, 113) htt f i nrtdtsrasd sit pr
cent, stock, this sv:r, f,in sdlrd to the
the Urt'vcrsitf, emocfiia 10 J, ST J jy ard
covers U the eUinta omint w.iMn the lis
cHfiM ofi set abwerecMrd. ,
A bsllotim Ut 3i.atrr took pls-ft; wftn
ro rae In nomination had a rtaoriif. Frik
I'm bad Cft. riio'int 41, Sreiil, 3t, t)Mi. II,
ad UitUd T vsws Tha name f Grn
VednrsUyt l)c. 3.
A farther bsltot lock flare this dsy far St
rater, snd ro one had a n.sjsrity cfvetsi.
Ftsarn fci l 44, Smith II, Blount 44, Dsvis
7. an 1 Biniors 7 votes.
fienTktiraii Dasis, siillrva P iooo-
Thursday, Dec. . "
A farther ballot took phce this day for Se
nator, and no one; in nomination had a majo-
nty. rrankun had 67 Smith 55, Blount 43, j must rest m information and Uhef.
and Davis 12. Mrl Binford'a name having The court , ought therefore to' issue v war
been withdrawn. i" 1 rant or capias for the. accused, and examiner
:;." 7 ;' Friday, Dec. j(. . ; , v;
The bill to exclude from the benefit of cler-v
gV, persons robbing bouses in the day-time,'
and to extend the benefit of clergy to women
convicted of certain villainies, was read the
third and last time. ;
Saturday, Dec. i. ; V;
A further ballot look place this morning
lor a Senator, when no, one had a majority.
Franklin had 7S, Blount 46,. Smith 46, and
Davia 10 votes.
. The houe agreed to ballot again immedi
ately, and the result was Frankl'ui had 7f,
Smith 39, Blount 5S, Davis 6, and Little 1
vote.. A further ballot being necessary, the
House agreed to the same, when "uo one in
nomination had a majority. . Franklin had C6,
Blount 34, and Smith 34. votes. '; A further
ballot is to take place, oj)yMvnday. , -
JMtfolt iu the' ttitrti Court of the Ktntvehj
District, against' Aarn Burr, Esq, Utt Vice
Prtsidiut of the UiUi States, fir high
rimtt andwtitJnKanon, '
On YednesJiy, about noon, on the fifth.
Nov. J. H. Dav'rss, Esd. Attorney of the U.
;' States, for the abovt district, rose, and ad -
dressing the court, said that he had a motion .
) to make of the utm'osftnajr.nitude, and extra-'
I ordinary nature, and which regarded the wtl
! fare of the union at large. That the ur.hap
, py state ef hit health alone, had prevented
aim irom mating it on tne nrst ay 01 mc
teTm That he should ground his 'ra'otioa on
an aSisvit which he would present to th
Court. He then made oath la the folloniu.
affidavit : ' " ' - ,
UNITED STATF.S DP AM ERIC Af-
J. H. Davicsi attaroey for the said Uni
ted States! in and for said district, upon jiia
corporal oath, dfth depose and sir, that the
deponent is informed, Sc doih verily believe',
; that a certain Aaron Burr, esq. lste vice-president
of the said United States, for several
months past, hath been, and is now engaged
in preparing, and setting on foot,' and
providing and preparing the mesiiS, for t'tr;
litsry expedition and enterprise. within this
district, for the purpote of desrefldinj the O- i
hioand Mississippi therewith, and making
war upon ma suojecis nine aingoi npam,
who are in a state of peace with the peop'e of
these United 5ta'ei-To wit t on the provin
ces of Mexico, on the wettwardly side of Lou
isiana, which appertain' and bt.br. g to thS
Ring of Spain, ah Eurppe'an prince, witk
Ij And said depoointurthsr saith, that he is
I informed, and fully belie ves, that the abort
charge, can be, and will be fully substantiated
by evidence, provided thia -honorable court
will grant compulsory process to brinj in Wit
ncssss t'a!tstify thereto.
And the deponent further saith thst be is
infor ned, and verily believes, that the agen's
and emissaries of the said Bur, have purcha1
led up, and are coniimng to purchase, large
stores of provisions, as if for an snny ; which
the said Burr, seems to concei is great Hos
iery from the people at large, Hi purposes
and projects ; while the rain Js cf th good
pfople of (his district, sfem igitated wilhtho
current rumour that a mditary expedition a
stalest same neighboring power, Is preparing
by ssid Burr. t '
'.VUref re. said attorney, cn behalf of said
U. 5. pray,-. that due process isns to com
pel the personal appearance efthe ss'd Aaron
B irr, 111 this court; and also of Buchwltnes:
ses si my rra necessary on hehslf of the slid
LT -ited States ; snd thstthis honouritlle court,
w 11 d ily rcognite the laid Aarnn, to answer
sucb charges as may be preferred against
him in 1I1 :.prrmises ; and in the in fan time,
tha' Ls desist and refrain from all farther pre
paration and prsceedtog in tha said anna
mcnt, within the ssid United Stttes, tr the
rivs or depenJencici thereof.
J. H. DAV1ES, a. v. a.
Having read th s affidavit, the attorney pr
ceer'r d in the following words 1
The present subject has much ertsced my
min'l. TIe ese wrde exit is o? ly as to Ike
etpe t'dion sgslnst' Mexico t but I have in
formstinn en wMckJ ran rely, tkat eil'ibe
western territories are the next object of tha
scheme and finally, all tha re jlon of the O.
iiioia ealcutstcd 4s falling i&tn tha vertex cf
ihe new proposed revolution. What tha
prscticsbility fthil scleras is, I will not ny .
but certainly any prcgrcss in it, might coat
Our country math bleed and treasure to on.
di and, ai the least, great pablie agiutiod
must be expected.
I ant determines! lo use every effort in my
poter, as an officer, and as 1 mas, to prtveat
and defeat it.
Ilav'ms made the affidavit myself, I shall
make no comments cn its lufhcieney
In cases of ftlsny, the a&datit must bo
l-isiiive, asloifstony a dull y comtaittcd j
but in a m!s!wtfsoT of thli nature, vbtra
1 He talc ebject of I he law is prevention, aucb
an on cnws ve rtiirex 1 the iniAf rmisl
tt hi belief si to the rasin point cfgu'.lt
1 cct ld easily pros pmitivtty tha perch sso
of sopptirs sf various kinds, but this is no of
fence. Mr, Burr may purtbsso svfTlrs
l a may import arms in msy enrsge men,
w'licniem una is actually Mguoyst
these iiings tKing proved, maks no a He
nuttier can proci 01 the detlatstions
Vrotu confidsnis, cf which abundance night
be la J, attach ruilt lo him 4t is the dciiro,
ire .r.uoi nna wpicn ue mtliltMse prtpx.
!j ' I There must be a great xerti5a Jed; 'sfivpo
! sition to imaginc a case in wHriclv positive
! proof of the illegal desieo can hi htdit
Ij witnesses , when the cowt wtflbe awe to uc
cide whether Mr. Burrabould ,bc b-iuhd to .
good behaviour on the premises, or. rt coni- '
aed to appear here and answer an indictment.''
His honor Judge Innea declined,' oa ct-'
count of the-importance of the questi jsk tw
give an opinion without taking time for con
sideration. This opinion he did not deliver'
1 funtil this morning about eleven, which opt-
Dion went to overrule the motion ofthe attor-
l! nay for the U. S.' da the trrouhds
1 si. i naiuie court was noi investcawua
tfie poweri '
2d. If the court were, thit theevidehe
was not sufficient.
The attorney then moved for a warrMt, tar
summon a grand jury, before whosn, ho
to prefer an indictment .against cS Burr.
It Ihe court immediately granted; and a ar
il rartt was civeri to col. Crbcket. the marshal'
of the district," for, that purpose . T he Judge
ordered his opinion to be entered on tti'd- reW
cord. . ''''''
I o'clbck. After the names of the grnsl
jury were called, col. Burr entered dttendel
by 11. Clay, Esq. as his counatr!, ai4 afe4
having seated himself a few minutest, rose uuA
addressed the court in concise and iruprcuive
teims. He statefdlhat he had befn upon the
eve of his departure from Lexington, yvhea
lie waa informed that his name had been. l4en
tioned with reproach is that court ; tbit ho
made it his businris to hasten' to th"!s piactj
and present himself before the court for inn
Vestigation ; with several othor chaervntioiwj
which we shall publish at length in our :v :U.
At present we can only say, that the
jury were- ordered to attend on Wcttiiestlajr
warning, at 10 o'clock.
Ztirtctfrm a kite Pans Rente of PoaiUc, bj
- iU Barrere,
The United St ates, by a policy forngte,
to tha old orld, "purchase countries Vrhich
they might cocjuer, preserves sentiment of
gratitude for llie French nation, and feebly
revenge the Irish outrages of Fnlaoi',. Yet "'
thdr territory increases, their popiation ad
vices, their revenues are more propt;a :sj
andlhsir growing ntvy dicta'.ci .as tino
the coast ol Barbary Eii.atd atoni Jieida
the prosperity of America, ad sceri to tc?I
tliat greater glory -awaits the American up
oa the banks m( the rivet St. LaWfcnc.'
VA Indon paper of September, II, tctxt
tains the following articles i . ..
- The sntssures about to be adopted in tea
pect to the csptnre of Buer.es Ayres, will, wo
1 r a st, be such, as to secure the commercial
interests of this cHin'.r srery advantage that
ike posseisicn cf sa vjiu'jle a settlement
can affardt and at the same l:me to promote
the prosperity of the Prorirxc. We have
already expressed our aoxitty fir the speedy
arrival of reinforcements, to enakle the vie--Ws
to retain possession of the important fruit
of their enterprite and their gallantry; and
we are now hppy to find, tl.at a pxrt of th6
tooipi Wh4 haTe lately eccbarkeS, are destine
ed fur thai service.
Wa ae perfuaded the ju.hl'.tf will' feci
yetf great fatifafl;'ri in h'lri-s; that Mr
W hit bread hs sccepied ira offiteot 5ff
creta.y at War. We rr j?jttd!ir th
country on the section f fcth 7t'
ccai'jutor tntfta pufent vitcia siav.r'f
The Agamemnon, of 64 jtu. asltho
Cerf floop, snivsxl ytPfiat if yti iir-n,
with 160 fail of ihe L?waru lflini Rett
bound for the Th:rnee.
Sir Ssmge' Achinuty is appointed to'w
njir.de of the mil tifv forces it Du'icri
Sir Homerobham has wrUtet a Ulttr
Um Buenos Ay res, tnthemsjor andcoipo-
ration of Uerrain;ham and other principa!
VUIIDCI hill VIUC1, IU Wlllhll III WH.IVU, IWV
Import ante of this conquest to the trsle nT
Ct cat-Britain ; he asys the city r-f Bt.taof
At res, alone, contains 70,000 iohsbitants-
The stsplcs of the country are indigo, tcbsc
co.f incenta woal, cotton, titer and set! li'.ni,
CgSt diicd toaguca, bssfand hams, si-oit,
cocbinelU, cocoa, hemp, bides; laBaw, ltu,
gold, silver, ind precious stones. Of the ar
ticlc of hides, there are ctported, every year,
epwards of 400,000.
Tho HoRtn ChrooitU (syi, w Lave
Bfl yet fssn ill too teturai of vtres icfe
lot reprcfeautivsi to corgrsll for (nil
flail 1 but ikluk II hihiy otobsblo the
d!s'ian will lead thus Rot ubllcin, IU
Csptala Sfnrgrv, of l be Ettas', tr
livid it Philadelphia tofoiani, I Vist it
tvao it pot tad ai St. ThoSai prtvioos t
Mi drpsrtarr, that three French, Clips of
tbt lino tiJ got itrtn MstioUjoe, ifier
K'a)o nad it offgigemaat svhls 1 Biiiifli
fuadtoot la which she French haJ loft
four of itlr ennforti, hitlag oa board
If co iroopi, Fwuhci fstticulifs wcrt
For the Year 1807,
Jatt received, onil for sale m ilit