" rkc a'eid." That will bo ifbiwei
farh inflrume'nti. the prtfeirt defendant
the government of lieland lately gave
bi ated Obritn, f i&eanas on im
ef emptier tricls. for'eletlt oe Me rnbe'rs to Conrrcff,
. -Wheel -V fnltAtarf - V.;:.-'.!!!!;!.;':'
when be pitopofed briagtng me tq.tte tribunal, Ilroe. when 0uH,tb'pVeirifVWprih'twe9.
which was like fending me at once to the fcaf.fty,four hoursj and iny raiod was taida up j,
ford,' he' then afligned reafon, and (be reaonlmeet its fate, .' The Americans in Paris- w"b:
was '. for the i nlere (1 of America at ! well at in a body to the convention to reclaim me. but
f -r. ' '.I.. J. I -.t.L.... f.....f. Tl-.. - ....... . .- i
a.dtjuni tit" it la France.' The words are in
hi a, own band writing and report? tito the
KtM rofon to believe , tbn thv Offered at J Pafouotank, icrqutmons, -LomtJCCIi
thedefeived onhe occno;; I have. o floabtIand Gates." t' V ' V V V
w EnRland,! cannot too often iociicre upon V9 MartM.. ".;,; ,
that fhe knowi MtWn t our fitiiulbo. When the . t ' Beauforti Hyde, Pitt, Edgecomb,
lortut: wa the euny or,nVV i t rton with a Tyrrc andVaflitngton. k
, live government, itwa. domed "-J? 7 . rr,: ' f CrTfV Tn:
nrcflisacv ol eltrnritery, rqaai 10 i inir 7 1- I f j
whkh it ww'-evii'bhed in Dublin j ad Greene, Wayne artd Johnson. -j
W fhail Vy-U bt.oi: -S. Hanover, Brunfwick, Onrf
hundred worthy perfonjwould.be xudy 10 deny their
xi ifteoce. opo their honour, or if ntceffiry upon tbtu
Willi. J i . .
1 fn hnt flh Iff veto VOU. somiiiiinimii.
. Currnn, thjt the real Hate of one coomy more for
cib'y impreffed on the mention of oothet1, by a rer-
' dift 6ir(uch a rbjectihii, than it eqall.be by any
.rdfcriotioo i When vou endeiwur to con
. vey iia 61 greiter. number o( brbaruni,prac-
.:r'- ..... .iriiinl rr.ieltiei imi an ncililuUble
' mini - - . r ' J rl-v.. c-t.
. tv,- hrt4-aow0UnKtt excited , I ;
fe that of generaf erratic unappropritd commirT' btJTgTTj-.. ;V "Vr
feration. If, for'inftance, you wifh toccve, to v ViBurke, Lmdoln, V Buncombe, aboi)t humaniiy, atid'pietv, and ofienabont
'.tbe tmml of an Iwlifh inatron, 'V.SritULinS anJ' Ruliierlord. :'f:.;'x?r : V. ; frneihinr ihy call infi.leli'.y, . and tWy.filb,
j;r,f..tr..riod. when in defiance of ihrthtnitrance v l t i ii mt'.. . . , b, ' V : i? . ..7
of ihe ct e'r to be lamcntei Aberc-ornbyi our p oc
1 vUole were furrendered to the lic.-nlio.Hib.in.taUiyj
the fold ry by the authoi j
vainly endeavour to give
V.. A .ml w .. m m wA fnri
tndeaVooriogt'oeoropfehend every thing, yoi woifo lbut.lt' Isexpettea to pal S. in this manner.
When the father of poetry wiflta I ,
Dnvlin, Sampfon arid Bladeh.
I 6. i Franklin, Gf ahviile," Warren and,
7.' Richmond, Montgomery; Anfon,"
lylodre, Cumberland and Robefon. '
; 8. Wake, Orange and Chatham
V q. Guilford, Rocktgham; Gafwell,
rejflo and Kando'ph. ,
Ciinvemioo -by ' the' e ommiuee appointed tb
exam-ne. hia papers, 'and are printed in their
repori, tvnb this reBciion. added to thera,
u ll'hy Thomas Paine more than another t
leidujt'he tontrikuted to ihrWitiyof both
WO) Ids."' .; .
-v ""There muR have been a coalition ir fentl
roet,irnot in fat, between tbe terronlls of
America and the terrorifls of France, And Ro
befpierernulxhave known, it, or he could not
have had the idea of pmting America into the
bill of accufation againfl me. Yet theie men,
ihefe' terrorifls of the new world, who were
watting itt the devotion, of their Hearts for the
joy til news of mydeftrufclion,vare the. ame
- i ,- , . . . . - iwr"ii.cw in my uiiiuiiiuu, . arc inc. tame
10. Caarrus, Rowan, and Mecklcn- bandittUwho'areinow Mowir,g5n all the
1-2. Surrv. S:okes I I rcdell . Wilkts,
and Athe, ;,; . s, ';''. - .
' -The elcaion ls to take place in Air
the foldiexy by the autho.ity of the Aw, you would
fnnvr uftthin. When the father of poetry : wiflta I , nru: ,.'T.. . Affm.K'v "p1p?p1
-' , " . ! i ' .1 i I I HIS IUVI IIIHK. . I"1-- in't"'u i
to pourtray ihe movement ox conienamg rmici, un . - , , ri--nui- 'TUn!
L v'.i'ic.u l i:c.. jn nrii t lames Vatii'h'irr. or oranvnie, loiouet
defcribe r he does not venture to defcrib ! the per. 1 04 the Cavalry tor H tlllboreuh Jjlitlltti
plexed and prom fcuoaa cot-fliaa of adveifc ,hofti,l ';; . nrftc.' bill for dividtne -; the State ' inlQ
but by theafti and tha l-ati of a few individuala he - . . ?f ,j;f.irt :'i,,An
conveyaanotbofthTciu-ttudpfthefi2htandtheWe.lty'SupcriorCour hai been
r . r . i 1 . . rt ......... Iraa'n I i:.:A., . . . Ik. V -a x
lonnne p me oay. oo inoiia yuu y vu v r iricucu in inp jtunv
with tlw idi'orut of crucify . him, crucify him
i am beco;ne fo, famoui among ihem hey ca.
eat or diinu. wsmout me. 1 ler'e Hkm
f n.F.)iii. inAc.t nf h!hitina the DIC.
tmeof an entire province, leleft a finale dVjeft 5 od
'eve'nifthat finite obicft do cot re'eaf1! ihe iwa
' etnadon of vour hearer from it's talk, by g'"ins
more than an tuUine. take a co'tage; place the
1 afffifhted m tlicr of her orp'.un djuchtera , at
the door, the palenefa of death upoft her face,
in Kr. Iirt- her ichillt
've. heir adxicu ear. firu('l thro ihe' miffs
- of c!ofirt(5 day, to raich the approcl.ea of dai'olation,
Vine VCl JO pcvcui uic j;iaciii.t ui
Drilling, palled its. third reading, 61
From the' National Intelligencer
and dimohouf Tbe-Ruffian gang aVrivei, the feft TO Til E CITIZEN S O F- H E- UbHTEB
ot plu'oer Degini,ihrupot maaneia Kinaiea io n . , STATES.
CI I Cu 1 UO n. ine wuaciin smntc oi inc imnmi i , . . tri'- j
't.rom ,Ai.rnriiJ nnnn the ftrinkinir an 1 devoted I r - LClier IDC I I.ITO,
'juflim: You rrl not dilate,- you need not expati-j :TO c!c, and to rejccl, is the prcrogativ
atei the unollutcd moiher, to who n yoo tall the Ho-1 Q( fr.e nronle. i
( ry of hoi rorbefeechesyoa not to proceed t flie pref-1 the eftablifliment of Independence
M I .I II a- I- .. - . It-- J .... .1 . . 1
drfcrib-: at a flaele view (he tikei
ferab f fucc
iMn (hall li
i v...b .jo .uPno,e n we Co..nca ro . , . A, - . Hamilton
i. r n i s ou.Maa i ar ja ihaiji nrnnoni rn vnn --wb m - - -
Ko, remlrmen i farfrm tt j he will bive too mucli Scnatt for lift (he mud have 10ugn(,,in lit
common ItnJe not to koovr. that otiiragei (ike. una
1 are nercr fohtary, i,Sat where the tublic calamity ge.
kvtis It inner tearia , l1t.. , jji h,' J
ber fancy citchca more thn an Mgela tongue coulJ "J Pcr' iii
at afioele viewlhetakeiin the whole mi it'c cxccucucc. ui c, icpinuu..i,v i;;.v... -
xlCoa of force, of profanation, of defpa f Gvernment, , and its fuperionljr over evr
r,o it ia in th ueluoo lefoie ui. If any otr, as the time we now live in. Had-A
.earottbiadaya tranfaflioo, he cannot be n,,' been ' cuffed with John Adam's k:n.
V lamthererort anxiooi, that 6or maflera fhooVl b- ve
one aumen ualed example of the treatment,' which
vour unhap y eountry fudeis under the OruVion bl
their authorjv t it will cmt a flrortf auellion m Art,
humaoity, it thev have any, to their prulence, if their
r"" 'i mn mien id hi or ai leau to mat
anxiety lor reputttion, lothit pfeiention to thai ma.
jtinaiy vir u.-a olmildntfi ani mercy, to whom even
. thofe countriei the mod dive.lad of thera, are To ia-
dy to i fieri their claim, and fo srede'oufly dif;ofd
to brlievsllut claim al owed.
There ire fome coufidrrationa rtfpeflini vourfc've
ed the defcadan',' to which I Oould with to fay"
worn, sou may perhaps think ) oar peifoni unt ie,
if you find a vedid you do I know he might
fend you to the p.orott, aa he ha done the pUimiff.
and forge a mern on aoy, writ you anight ifTue foi
your deliverance I know there is no fpot in this de.
voted naton (excpt that on whieb we mw are)
where th- floiy of opprefTiog can be told or beard J
, bat 1 think you cao have no well founded appiehen.
fionl. Ti ere is a time nhen croeliy an I opprclTioo,
become fatitfted and faiigueJ t in that fuieiy at IcaQ
Ion will find youitov! fecue. But there ia A all a
eltti feruiity for you I The ' gaihul of he wnr.
thv dcfi ndant If any thin- couUl add to hit honour
and hi credit, and the ' il.imi, it would be. your
vrrJiA for iht plaint iff i fir in whit itXance lave you
cvcriccnaoy mm i tn ciut ly accrrauei and re
. commanie ', aa b ihe pubtlc erc a.irm f What a
man, for inflincr, mir'. miOB'iet hie been, il
tlecoyycf tbeg'bbrt had not a i4ed the inter el
I ia honojrs and prtfetmtn a t ' la cvny point el
' viw, tJ.erc'o.f, I recommct ft ou li fi ij, and 19
find liNera ly lortSe wliiiritf. I have focodedmy
adice tpoo the rtil cirCom3acs ofyoui Cm it ton
1 have not trjei0te to HimuUti ynu into aa; fi y
l.eclic of faociel ibetty ' 1 da not ca't uon you to
eapjfcYTorfriret by the ilftth ioaol vindwctig ihe
ciufe'of lr: da-n, aid urn)oiy $ moth lef d i
vifh to ethnic ouif.lvrs to thofe, Whofe pope. ty
; we are, ii idt;nint of contemiexui.nrtdrr then at.
thariry Far fimn it, the y ire onejacA onabl lLa
piopticto.a of oi, li'v ait entitled J riKa In diive
a 4 to wbik ui( but we niiy be pcrmiitcd mo
dclliy to fij;cfi, thai for their own fide, end (or
their own iuttrtn,a line of moderation may be
draw. Tlia- there ire eaceiTei of Ufli&ion. that bu. ,
m n note cnnt brat. With refpefl to her wc&era
N'x'txi, C'fii B'lli n hil Hal the wifdorn ind hu.
rtiiit io (el the j:ltct oi this obfarvsiioa, d in!
lu.e d(fci to if) tie it tj,d 1 have loo aa high
OpiiWool iliil great ani pki'.ufhicat nation, not io
. hope that fh m-jHl ihi k , not nelefarvi of .
in 1 mildn4 fr.v-Wd it did not iniealeie with the
j jtf tuihority oir a a. It wld, I (hould cvan think
ie f t hit crtJif, ihtt hivint the bononr of ( ilUf
tiloui a aider, we fh i'd be kept U htnt fert of con.
0 ditioo, f ni whit bvdertng npon fpiri, wVch cia
rot be maintained, II (he lutf :rs us to be natily bro
ken down, lythe taal cioui wietonniliol hrgoaani
and jiki)i. Mr, Curtanroacludrd by fy, thii
' Ihecaaft witolno iatnnudeiabhj cicKLlil.on, led
. that in wkittw lightihejvry rtir4t it whrtbrr
with (effect I tbl two cowouiet, or tt' let land U"j'y,
t to the pittiri tonctf ned, or to ineir own fufe el
ehararUct led pb'.e duty, or to the natntal confi-q-rrn.
n ihil an J I iW Irani tie teet, tbry oofhi t j
confidrfh with the mod prolftuBl attta'.ion, bflure
Ibijr agreaa) npee the it vtidiO, -
f KALlil Gil, December n.
' Tl.il mornia,jlicblioki wire filled on
the I ill fur Jiji."g u t3 i h a Stats h.to Jif
duubiful corned of civil war. what the hov
obtains by the exprellion f ihe public wi'.V,
An appeal io election dccidci better than to
appeal i uc rwtxu. 1
The re'gn of terror that raed in Amsrid
during the latter time of the VValhingion aL
miniltraiion, and the whole of that jf AdaJ,
is enveloped in ' myQery to m, Tbat th
were men in ihq government hofli'e to the e.
as w ftandire diffi, and they cannoi make up
uirc n a am noi in it, ;
; But 'twere is one dithand thnt the cboicefl
of all, thev have hot yet prefented on the ta
bie, and ii it -time, t.iey (iiouldi'' They have
not yet accufed providence of infidelity Yet,
according to their ouiragious piety, (Lei mull
be as bad ai Thomas Paine ; ihe has protect.'
4 bins in all hjs .dangers, patrcmifed htm' in
all his undertakings encouraged him i in all
his Vays, and rewarded him at lail by. bring
ine him in fafety and in health to the oro-
K. . . . .' ... . ..
miied land. This, is more than. Ihe-did by
he Jews, tlie chofen people, that they tell us
the brought out of the. land of Egypt and out
of the houle ot bt adage ; tor they all died in
;ne wtldernefs and Motestoo.
I was: one. of th; nine members that corn
pofed the firft committee of coiiftitutton. " Six
of them have been ddlroyed. Seyies and my.
felf have furvived. H?. by berdin? with he!
times ana i oy not uenaing. iuc oincr iur
vivor joined RcbcTpiere end ftgocd. wuh.-him
ihe warrant for .my arreflation. After the
fall of Robcfpiere be was feircd and irnrifon
ed in bis turn and fentenced to tranfportation.
He has fince apologifed to me fr having fign.
rd the (Variant,. by fayinj, he felt bimlelf in
datger and wa4 obliged to do it.
. HerauU Sechcllci. an acquaintance of Mr.
Jeheruaa and a good patriot, wai my fup
vtithotit fuccefs, - There was no ?ny 'am.irV
ttem witrvefpccl to roe,'. My only hope the
rled on the govc'nment of'Anercj that it
wbrjlcl remtrnker wta. But the icv heart of in.
gtatijudf, in whatever man it may be placed,
bir-neither feeling or fenjc'.of h mor. Tbe
letter of Mr. Jefferfonihai'fcrred to-wipe a
wiy the repioa'h ahdMone juttice to the mils
of the people of Amerca. ." ... . v'-s ,
When a party wai fofniingin the Htter en
of feventy feven & beginning of feventy eigfe,
of wSich John j Adan rwas one, to remove
Mr. ,VV;alh.ingt(!)n from ths command of 'ths
army. o the complaint that he'did nothing.
wrote the fifth fiiimber of the crilis aud f A.
lithed-it at Lancailer jCongrefs teirg thcn tt
Yorktown in minfylvania): to ard oft tbte
meditated blow j for thongh I well know tbai
the black times of feventy fix was the natural
confsejuenceof his want of military juoVmnit
in the choice of pofltiontTtnio which thFlfftiy
was put about. New Yot k and ; Tetfey. I
eould fti no-pofTible advantage,, and' nothing'
out wiicnier, tnat couia ante ov cntraaing uti
Vrmvlrtto piriies, , which would have bceba
ca'.e had the intended motion gone on.
General Ler, who widi a ; farcailic. genwi
joined a great fund of military ...knowledge ,
wa perfectly rright when he fid, We have$
bufintft on ljlands, end in the hetUm of it 's,
tvnett. the enemy , by. the aid of its fhipt,
irtwg whole force againfl a part of. 4urt
and Jkuiit up. T'tui had like to have beea
the cafe at New-York, ; and was the cafe at
fort Wafhington, and would have been (be
cafe at fort Lee, if general Greene had not
moved inilantly off on the Erfl news of the
enemy's approach' I wis with Greene ibro'
the whole of that affair and know it prfcl!r.
Bur though I came forwatd in defence, of
Mr. Waflitngton when be was attacked, aoJ
made the bell that could be made of a feriei
61 blunderalhat had nearly ruined the country,
he left me to perifla when I was in prifoo.
Ki;t as I told him of it in hii life tiine, I
(hould not now bring it ui, if ike iffnoraet
impertinence of fome of the federal pipcrv
who are pulbing Mr. Wathingt'on, foe ward a
their Dalking-horfe, did -not make it neceffary.
lhat gentleman did not perform his part an
ine revolution be yrr, nor with more honour,
thin I did 'mine, and the one part wai then at
necelhry as the other. He accepted as a pre-!
fent (ihtgh be was already rich) a'handred
thoufand acrea of Uid.in America, and UU
mi to occupy fix foot of earth in Franeta I
wtlh, for his own reputation,' he had ailei
pliant as member of the committee-of con
rtifiilrivi. that i. h wii In fa b ii v mv rilar. ' With more inflir' (tut il w.t tlwi, L'.nv
I .i--..--. - j - - - , - - - . - II ' f ' J . - - " ..... .in.j . www.
4 if 1 had . not accepted or had reftgr.ecf, beine Mr, Wafliirgton, by thofe who beQ "knew
next to number rf vo'es- to me. He was im-ihtm, that he was ct furb en icv. and death. hk-H
V ' n J.' - '. I t. . ' : I , ai- ' r a
prifoned it the Luxemburg with me, was tak
en to' the iribuftal and vhe Guillotine, and I,
hisprincifal vasleft. ' (
1 here were but two foreigners in the Con.
prcfeinaiive fyllem, though it is n.nw tht.r. vention, AnarcharliA Cloots and m) felf. We
L . .t T . n it.-. I L . L f .L rt '.
uvcrtniow. was once thrir Poa . and thc .
fore the f.ci it eflablitbcd again It them; hv.
biifo large a malt of ike people ft ould le
come the d.ipes 14 thofe who were foaiineth.'m
with taxtj, 111 ofder to load them with. chains
and deprne them f the light U eleflion, can
be ifenbed only to that fpec'us of wild.fi.c
rage, lighted "up by falfehood, that not only
acts wiibwji rrflcftion, but is too impetuous 101
make any. '
Th re is a general aril ftriklnij difTtrer.ee
between the genuine cff:ch of truth iif:if, anfiof th
he elui of falihood believed to ii truth. lp'aci
were both put out of the Convention by tbe
fame vote, arretted by the fame order, and
carried to'ptilon legethsr ths fame n'ghr. He
was taken to the Guilliotine and I was again
left. Jjel Barlow was with us when we went
to prifon. '
jofenh Lebon, one of the vilefl chiriclers
that ever exilled, and who made the flrceu ef
Arras run with Mood, was my fnp pliant as
mmbr of ibr convention for the department
of the Pat de (.dais. , When I was put out
Convention , he eaint and took my
When 1 was iibeti'ed fiom prifon
Truth it natuially hentirn; batfailhood believed jand voted ag-ln' imo the Convention, he was
to be truth is always furious 1 he former de.
I'giti in ferrnity, is ratld and petfuafive, and
feeka not autdiary aU of ihe inventinn. The
I n-i '
iiicr hick at no.umg. it nas naturally no
nor!. Every lie is wclccme that fuin its
purpnf-, Ii it the innate character uf the tLing
to aU io thii raanncr, aod ihe etiteriaa by
which it may be known, whether in politics or
religion. When any thit.g iiNaitemptcd to be
f tppofted by l)tn, it is prefumptie evidence
thai thr thing fo lupported 11a lie alfo. The,
flock on which a ie fart be eograf.rd mall
be of the fains fpeciei as ibe craft. ,
vnai is n-come 01 me nvgiity cisraour 01
French tnvafions, and the cty thai our conn
tiy is in danger and taiei and armies mud be
raifeJ 10 d:f:nd it? The danger is fled wi.h
the fa .lion that created i', and what is wmQ
of all the money it fl:d too. It is I onljr that
hive committed ihe hnftility of invafion, St all
the inilUry of nnp-gunt are prepared for ac.
tion. Poor fcLjmt, bow they tarn ! They
fct half their owu pinicana in laugh er ; for
amopg riaicuioui thinji nothingjs more tidi
Cttloua thau ridiculous rnje. B it I hope ibfy
will not leiva off. I Hull lofc half my great,
ntfs when they teafe u lie.
' So far' at refpe.li myfelf I hie re'ifon 10
believe and a -igH, ij fay, that the leaders
ol the feign of terror in America, aod iht
leideri cf ihe reign of terror ia Fiance, dir.
ing the time of RoUfpiere, were in chancier
the fame fort of men, or hew mis tb acctauot
rd far, that I was perfefuied by both at the
fin:s tims Wbfi I wit voted oil 6f the
ffenih Cpn vention b? re afm alfii'ied for
... O t .
fent to the Um: prifon "and took my place
there, and he went to the Guillotine inllead
of roe, lie fupplicd my place all the way
Oue lturdred and f:xty eight pcrfons were
taken cu: of th: Luxemburg in one H'ght,
and a bnndrcJ and dxty of them Guillotined
the next diy, of whiih I now know I wai to
have been one t and the winner I efcipe.d
that fate is cutioua and bis alt the appcaiance
of accident. , - .
The room in which Twai lodged w as on the
ground flor, and one of a lot g ran of ronmi
under a gallery, and the door ct it opened
outward and flat againfl ihe wa'l fo that
when it was 'open the inGde of the door ap.
beared outward, and the' contrary when it
was (but. 1 had three comrades, fellow pri-
fot eri with me, Jofeph Vinkwile of IJingei,
Whan per font by fcoresand by buno'reds
were to be taken tut of prifon for the Guil-i
coullitution, that he ncuhtr loved bis. friend.,!
nor hated his enemies1 But. be this as it mar.
I fee no reafon th;t a dilference betxeen Mr.
W afbingion and me (hould be mr de a ihtras
of difcord with other people. There are tbnJ:
who may fee merit in boih, without maL'Kif
mcmicives parttranj ot either, ana wttn this re.
fl r a a, . . a
tuttico 1 eiolc the lubjcct.
As to the hypocritical abufe thrown out by
the federal. (Is. an o.her fuljects, I recommend"
to them ihe obiervaitre of a commandinent :ba:
exilled before either ChriQiah or Jew exifled
I rift, I fa ... . . V
. iii u iiiait tnaite A vvsbll4lU WUU
With thine eye, iiui- it beholds co
With thine rar,'thai it bears no e-
With thy longtie, that it fycaks no
" With ihy hands, that they commit ro
If ihe ft Jcrali ill will follow '.bis ccramar.d
ment, tbey will l-ar; mTlvinr. '
Hotel, Ntv. 26, 1802.
TTIE fiihtcribcr relurr.s lhar.ki f
rthc puhMc in general, bl parti
culatly to iliofe fricnJi who have (Icj-t
forward and alt.irded fuch libera!, cn
rouragtmeni, fince liii ommencing tbi
Vciulue anJ Commidioii Uufiuefs
now fulicils a cotitintiance of their coi
ptefident of ihe municipality cf that! fi lence, anJ as he if about to form fux.a
,-Mabecl Robuini and Bdlini of Lo.Jr,Cw arrangements,' rcqueai all ihof;
who may bave open acctuntt with him,
to come forwarl before the tuft day ot
Wilmington, Dec. ,16.
en ui imiiuii ior ine vuu; 1. .1... .1 . t . . 1
Mine, it was alw.ys done in the nighV and' J'" ,n uru" ' ir7lt ,vV
thofe who perfcrotd that odice bad activate J"' . ; JACOB LLVV,
raatk or (ignal by which they knew what
roo in 10 go 10 and what number 10 lake. We,
as I bave fiid, were fnr, and ihe door oi
oir room was matked, aoobferved by ui', with
that' number in thlk t but ii happened, if
1 1 .1 , ,
Happening 11 a proper woro, mat me mat a. was
A Mtetirg of the rrrditori t-f Browne at
f Ililfey, is rejutflcd by ike fubfc fiber,
at Mrs. I "owatd 1, oa the ) h toll, at ter
wm, that I wn a fo-t ,r,tr. Wften Rotefjiiere bdieia fell and Mr. Monroe arrived ird rt.
. a 9 ' t n ' a s aa t . -
bid me feix-4 in ihe n-rht and imptifontd 10 cu
ihe L'JXfraburg (where 1 remained eleven
.... . c. . .t. " j .. .. f. . 1 a
DJk aa Hue 11 mc iuuf nil uuen iiiu nil iriinu i . . , . . . a
' ,, . . . "rj. o'clock in ihe forenoon when a lull He's
ins wan. anu iiirrrcv ting on iuc irno, . r l . ,1 1 1 -a 1 r l
, V . . II. . j .l. j n. ?.lmenl of that concern vtill be laid before ihem,
wncn we ib'ii 11 m i"L',,i ana ine ocurcying , , . . . . f ... ,
arut-UalTcd bv it. A Ud.y. after ,biRo! 'H'f PP?n "I'!"?4 'a'1 t
t . .. ' . . 1 1 1 irott'DitatioQ 01 tLe iutid 10 tae Baoci oi in
A. T, BROWNE.
tht and imptiroaed io cunaeu me, aad mvitea ms to nis noute.
lUUPg ICS Vf;i"ir. wi iy twjmi'-iihi.i)
f to tbe fall wf iVolcfpie.-f, tbetc wai co
aotbs)he alljaid ne tufati far it( Cat Pnf
Wilrn;rj!i, Dee. if.,