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"TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2.8, 1 104. V-
MARRIED, on Sunday evening the 19th
anst. the Kev. wk. Avasit. to Miss Amy
Roukk, of thistownT,-
".REID, "at JLingsten, Jamaica, about the
40th ult. 'Wr.'. Joseph Diajx, -merchant of
'We understand that previous to Mr.Dean'a
departure from hence, in November last, he
Jeft a Will, devising his whole -estate, siippo-'
Bed to be worth J 8.000 dollars, in trust to St.
John's Lodge, for the establishment and main
ytenance of a F ret School in Wilmington- i
February 21 ts, arrived here from Salem,
.-the ith'r Sally,Ca,pt.Verry.. Came passenger
n the Sally, a certain 'JOHN 11AUGIIAN
native of Scotland, 'which place he left, hy
his own account, about I ? mdnths,ags and
that he took passage from .Jiv.eri.oU to St .
. John's, K. S. from whence he travelled by land
to Satem by way ofBwwn,. He safely Janded
here on the 2 1st, about sun-set, in rcmarka
"hje good health. 'Said John is shout ( 50 feet 9
or id inches high, atdut 'and ,veU'madej a"
planter by profession, but follows dive." other
business, and with all is a , very industrious
Jellov, as wjll clearly appear from the follow-
in'g narration r '. ,; X,:.
j Some time after dark, on the same evening
that John, arrived," white man was discove
red carrying off . severai trunks. ami .other
things, from Mrs. Dorsey's tavern, and on the
alarm being given, he made his cscape,leaving
behind his booty.- Soon after Mr, .Henry's
shop was broke open, and rifled and about;
19 or 11 o'clock, John was. detected jn theca-
"fain of a brig at the upper end of the town, in
the act of plundering. John was then,' con-,
Tfeycd to prison,, and the nexf day taken be-;
lore two magistrates to be examined, -who on
finding Mr.Henry a cloth in one of his trunks,'
remanded him to prison, for trial at the next
Superior Court of this district - - ' .
John had with him a' seaman's protection
-bearing the- name of John Lester of Salem, a
certificate of thd marriage of Jolin Lester to
Sfiss Nancy Crafts, which he say's he purr
' chased of said Lester for. ,20 dollars ( some M
French madelincn shirts and handkerchiefs
marked D. L. and D. Leffingwell t some In
; 'dia cotton checked shirts t" a number of keys
. -without locks';, a butcher's leather purse t
and appeared to be well armed and accoutred
- for high-is-ay operations. . . . ; ., ;
.jvm uiji5 uie uuveper purse o. o
sne same xoai was taaen irom Joha.winsrup,
on the hih-way near Boston, a few months
'past ; and. that the protection, and .marriage
. certiScatcwere stolen front a vessel at Salem
on the 1st inst. . ,( ',
. Arrived at Kingston, Jamaica, on the 32d
ultirno.'orig Martha,PeriaTownsend piaster,
jo saiem. , she was hound to Jaquemcl, and
was takvn -off that place .by the French, re-,
taken by the British and carried into Jamaica.
Arrived; t Washington, the Yth, insf the
ech'r. Patty, of Falmouth, CapU Lewis, from
StXucle, in 21 days. Sailed in company with,
ttu'e sch'r. Lark, of Boston, Cant. 'Uodfrey..
T ho 27th ult sp ke schY. Jaio. CPfCargill,
.fWiscaiad, from Wilmington,! days out,
bound for BarbvloeS had lost' paj of 14s
deck loady and leaked badlyi f-
Jmenjmtni.tf iA Comttiution. . ,
- The legislature of the State, of Vermonc
'has ratified the amendment proposed by Cpn
res.t)a thefth alu the resolution fcr
aereein'g was. inammaustj adopted by the,
Council o .nte, and on the 30th' in the.
Jlotite or Representatives, it waa ioptd by '
a majority of tyt nij-nie. t : '
' The LrgilaturjE of Masnachusetta have re
jected the prujmed amendment to the Con
littttion. ,Th votes were, ia the Senate, 19
to 79.- ' ' ,. 1 ,
" ; Thel.eishiiure orNcviVorkhave S)poi(i;.
d C.narl Armstrorg, and Joln Smith (at
present a lUprcsctname in Congress) Stna-
tun tt r,e Vuuca. Mates. .... .
, " The Lj;iture of Virginia, oa the 3J Uv
afunt, replied by an uniiupou-vU:, 1 hat
the prtrnf A(linioitralion of the Go cm
'mem cf tht L'nited States, tncfh the highest
jfitih-ftce of this Assembly, anlof every A
mcrkart, frictidfy to licputj'man Institutions,
Tor the ike, pauf.c, yet determined ttea
1 snrtt, by winch the extensive and fertile
urrrit'.ry if Louisiana, has becnatucbed to
s Die Uuion. . '
' asummary; , .
. CJ Iti totie ctxht t,poU from tk title, frm
. It'nhr. 10S. '
. , . . . i". . ....
. Vroont , 4
, , , nUoJe.M-nd
Nt w-ioik - , ,
-, 7e learn by a letter front Washington, i
that( a dvel wa lately fought aSavarmah,
(Oco.) by the hon. John ijutledge, latc oC
congress, and Df, Centre, of RhodelslauaV
The doctor fell the first fre, having oneof
his l'cgs brokerti and the other badly wound
ed, liik bi-oken leg has since been amputa.
ted, and his recovery is considered as very
doubtful. . Mr. Rutledp-e received no material
injury the ball passed through his coat, and'
merely. grazed hw aack. yv: jv, fl Paper ;
Hit aligning U txtracttd frovt tkt Londta
1 Price-Current, of Nuv 2i. :.
Cotton, Ceo. bowed, 11 -2d to Is 2 l-2dlb-
i Sea-Island do. Is id to is 6d,do
Sea-Island Georgia, Is 6d to 2s lpd do
7'. . , Carolina '
Flour, superfine , ,
39s to i C.1
.4 iUdto JL 3r lb.
4 3-4dtoJ J-t2ddo
31s to 32k v
. 29s W 31s..
From a Bourdeanx.triceJCurrttity JvW 12.v 1
Pot Ashes, per cwU 45 50 francs Pearl
unsaleable ; Cotton, Georgia, Sea-Island ;
Upland, 140 tf 1 55 Frour, American, per
bbU 30 a 35 ; Rice, per cwU 35 a 40 j To
bacco, Vieginia, cwt.60 a 100 1 Carolina and
Ueorgia, 5 a 90 j Maryland; 60 a 100, ;
ftetelved, That Ibrelgn pickled and dried
Cjh (which now pay It 1-2 per cent, ad" va-. .
Iqrenij be subjected to a duty of 150 ceaiia.'"
the barret tor the former, and ot 10Q cents.' -the
quintal Ibr the latter.-' ; ). v' ,
. Retolvti, That a. duty s -of S cents the Rv
be" laid upon, starch, of 4 cents the li. upon
hair powder, and 4 cents upon glue on their
importation, la lieisot the: present duties; of; r
i a. per cent- ; v' : ; : ; ,
Resolved -That trrcd cordage and cables,
(nyw paying 1 10 cents theewt.) be subjected. !
to a duty of icentstiie lb. and tha,t untarred -cordag,
(noAtpaying 25 cents pec cwv) b
made to pay 2. 1-2 cents thej pqund. '
? Resohrdy That a duty of 50 centa a piece
be laid upon umbrellas, of 3 cents' per lb,,
upon soap, pf 3 cents the pound upon tallow
candlevof 2 centsthe pound upon anchors)!
2 1-2 cents upon spikes and Mrs of iron.
Viry;it4 , '
Te.niwry U, Suks,
' The resolution in the Senate, far the in
peachmentof Judges Chase and Peters, it
now among the subjects of .prophetic decla
mation with the Federal.Editortj Colenwr;
calling it an attack en the Judiciary," , says it
Hs been -deliberately planned in the eabt
net j: that it object is. to produce a revolu-
Inn !m ?...,:: I 1 1
iiuu iu wKwi(iar; aysicm, waicn liatl ren
der thatlmportant branch of civil government
suhservient to party " views. So muth. for
Coltraa.n'a penetration inta the plans of the
cabinet, anrt tne motives of legislators. Np
lor a tpectmen or hi talent ktfirophecji .
- ; M Aql if it should succeed, as there is a
high probability that it will, then the curtain
will be drawn up and there will open the long'
desired scene of prosecutions against federal
printer's ; who being deprived of a trial by
their peersj by the adoption of what is sup
posed to be the English' common law princi
ple, that the iruxA offofdt no justijicuiion, . will
lie entirely at the mercy of a court whose ve
ry existenco depends on its subservience to
party views." t .
Has the malignant spirit of disorganization
selected this. Coleman aa the only federal
ditor who could talk on this subject ? When
ho speaks of V Judges subservient W party a
views, does not the rnsngled form of justict
bleeding with the wounds she received during
the federal administration, stare him in. the
face f When he predicts the DrrscciJi.irt of
federal Printers, as proceedings that cirtai:.! ; L
are to touow, does . ne not renumber 4ha
republican victims of a Sedition Law, who
were subjected to tht vengeance of a petulant
administration, and the overbearing frowns
of judges breathing the hottest flames of par-,
ty spirit? . . .
Mr. Coleman should recollect that, to bis ,
prophecy of tht future, we can oppose the hit,:
toy of the pan j that while be pretends'-to
point out those perspective acmes of perse
cution which esi't no where but in the delu
sive visions of his distempered imairinstien,.
'we. can exhibit the real picture of similar
scenes, of persecutions which harebecri wit.
nested by the American Nation 1 .And let
the world dtchU which deserves the most
credit, tha'rrcord of impartial history, or the
prophetic dreams of a virulent tool of a des
pc rate faction. - ' .. t .
, With respect to the idea that this impeach
ment is the apching of a scene of persecu
tion, much need not be said. It is one of
those frightful images which art daily issu
ing from the same corrupt fountain to disturb
the public mind with jealousy and alarm.
AS to his assertion that it is an attack 4a
thl judiciary, nothing can be more ridica.
fous. As well might it be said, that arresting
a merchant for debt Is an attack on commcrca .
,or tht amigningofa common criminal an
attack on the people I II on a f-lr trial be
fore the Senate of the Uniots, tkest jotl jes
shall be found guilty of mitcmesDor, it is a,
ncccmry to dismiss them frrm the bench, as
It is t use I familiar comparison) to cut th
decayed branches from a fruit tree, tLjl thef '
rusy not retard its thrift If tbey are In no.
cent, they will doubtless, be honoursuly ac-
qnitted, and come , forth from the tribunal
l.ka gold froai the furnace, undiminished and
Tht Committee of Commrrce and Maisu
fscturesof the House of It.-p ft sent stive of
the united Mates, to whom was referred ta.
ri'Kis memorials and petitions bf inhsbitants
of New-York," New-Jersey, ', PennsjJyfM,
and Maryland, praying the Irgistatitt pstro
nsge to several domestic arts, trades and
roim Juriurvs, hvs wtsde a'report, sjvd re
commend that the following revolutions b a'
dopied. - ' .
RtMhtd, That rag of line, cotton, wj.
lcani heinjMMi clonthes, bristles of w bo,
renins of sniimouy, unwroMi;St burr sl'ooes,
sslt ptrt, and Hit bsrk of tht cork free,
hkb pty at present II 1-3 per rent, ad va
lorem, be aJmiurt free of duties.
KtiotrrJ, Thtltruthc and bUtk bottles,
(now p4)in( If l-Iprrtent.) bt henctfur
wsHchsrCtJ with a duty of 31 pr-emt.' ,
Ki J,J, That fx r hats, jid f4td ware,
(bichno py is per cent.) shaU U raised
to a duly of 10 per cent.
R-uJvii, Tim tlint virt, wWiduw glsst,
and eanno ball, (which now psy l)tr cc t-)
bt hrrrsf er charged a du'y d 3i jtr
In the House of Rtprutntativtt of the lnilei
. v: Statu,, grxday, (cbrvary 3.
. Mr. Nicholson, from the manafgers appoin
ted to conier with the managers on the past
of the Selutti, oo the amendments depending ;
between the house to the bill giving effect tq
the- laws of tho United States in the Louisia.
na territory, --tnade- a report recommending
an agreement to several of the amendments;
proposed by the Senate, with amendments.
; - Oue amendmeat proposed to the amend -mentoftbe
Senate, limits the registry of ves.
tela to citizen of the. United States Of 10
persons resident lire years in Louisiana.
f" Mr. Lucas suggeUed the repugnance of
this provision to the treaty, which appeared
to him to require the admission of all the in
habitants of Louisiana at the period J c?s
abu to the same privileges. ; '.';
' This opinion was concisely supported by
C. W'CAmpbclU Jnd rewljed by Mr. Ni-
tcbolsou. ' : -', ";
. Mr. Vanmm moved an amendmcDt. deW
troying the limitation. -This, produced a
point of order, viz: whether an amendment
to the report of a ooivroluce of onft?renct '
was in order. , ; -v ., ;
The Speaker called apon to dedde. stated .
that hit recollection supplied him with no.
Iirecedentst he vould wih,thercfore?before
u: decided the point, to avail himself of the
recollection of any gentleman who was pot
. sesscd of apposite facts.. . :
' No gentleman rising, the Speaker said his
mind was not exempt from doubt and embar
rassment but a decision bcuig nquircd,h
.determined the amendment in order.
Mr. Nicholson observed that the point sp,
E eared to be a new one and he was far from
avlng himself formed a decided cpinion re
specting its withgTeat defcrrencett the de
cision of the chiiriu order to havt ilie point
settled, he appealed to the house. ' t
The apptalheint; stated, the house Ad
jouintd Tsu'uout tkklr.g a vo'c on iU
i . - ' flimlaj, l'J.
The Iloqso resumed the consideration of
the ur finished business of Friday j when Mr.
Nicholson, observed that he had wade the
appeal from the chair, in consequence of the
doubts suggested by the Shaker, aa they
were removed, he would withdraw Ids motion.
Tht amendment of Mr. Varnum was tbejt ,
' stated, and alter considerable verbal variation
was agreed to In, such a form, as substantial
ly tow allow all the inhabitants of Louisiana
on the 13th of April, on taking an oath of al
legiance to tht United Sutes, nd cilixcus, .
to obtain register for their vessels." , - - -
' Tht remaining part of the report of the
committee of confeeoce was then agreed to
without a division. '
Mr. Jackson, observed that U would it
found by a recurrence to tht journals, that a
resolution had been offered, for disooctmuirtg
the offices of commissioners of loans, and re
ferred to tho committee ef , Ways H Means,
Who had reported a disagreement thereto Xa
this report the House, after a full discussion
bad disagreed t YeM5lj Nays. It would
also be found that on a subsequent dsy, a rt
ohjtioa had bees offered fur the appoint mrnl
of a select committee to bring in a Ull for
the diwootinitsnca of thost ofT.ces tlUs
resoltt'ion ppetredto have been rejected i
Yeas 53 I Nays 56. It followed from this
stairmcot, that the first dec mm on had beta
made when there were 113 rtemhert present.
h ; while rhelsvt was made when there erebui
1 10 mimbers picsmt. l he je,Mr. J.said,
which he meant to make of these facts, was
this thst Inasmuch as tht boust by their first
: dctjtion.hid rnrt;tived the disagreement rf
tbt coromitut of Ways and Mesas, to
tht original resolution, that rtu.lutiort most
be considered as still bt fort the bwx wh'u b
was that the tommiuee of Ways and Meant
bt Instructed to bring In a bill Whereas
the Unvote had enly decided thst S select
committee should not bt appointed to rt 1
In a I'UU lit there love gave tvota list Iub
should, on Thursday peat call up lis original
resoltitioh. , . .
The 1 1 oust took op Dr. Leib's motion f.
- tht sppointrorntef a commute t to brine la
Stxllto prohllxttht artiolntment of Judt-cs
of the United States to all other oflVet, snd a
greedtok.' Ares 47. '
Da motion of Mr. NichoUon, tht llousa
resolved itself Intos comraittet of tlit vMc,
on tht report f th eommlttet xinted to
enquire into tht evpedtemry of smtntir tho
MVtrml sms, providing sue tht salt of the pcV
lie lands, ssua orcto4 Ibtwtuitts tht
An engagement had taken place in the M'mI . ,
fterranean, ' in which Admiral Ntlsoft wa i- V
killed. Oh the 5th of December he left thi, :';h
powns, on which day a frigate arrived and an?'.':''
shored, and; imnaediately sent aboat ou board;
tho Admiral ship, who soon after fired a saj e i " ;::
-Into, which capu S. supposed to be in conse- ."i
qurnce csomc intelligence; broujht by.th
r frigate- v;--. ;" - . r ,. ;- . p:
The latest papers which we have been a "...
We to obtain by this arrival, are to the 8th. ' 1
of November, .
A London paper of the. 18th says, w Disi -patches,
were yesterday received at the Ad- .
miralty frptn Portsmouth, containing an ac-'. .
count of th arrival at that port of 3. French-gun-brigs,
part of a flotilla, consisting of 37?
' which was att asked, by some of our cruiser -off
La Hogue. Te ttmaining 24 'irert dr--
. vea on, shore," and completely i destroyed .
This flotilla did not come out foe the purpose
of attacking our ships,' but was intercepted, "
on its way v souae o( the gun-boat dQpotr "
to tht bast warti, tne pmes, we unueraiani
, wera'captured by the Ljbrty cutter, and the .
othtr boats were driven on short y one; af
our frigates -y: v ;?. vi';-"' '; '
v Tb9 foregoing statement' U xonfirmed jnr " ' .
rl he sum which nas oecn extortea irony .
tHcity of Hamburg by the depredators of " ,
the, i irnt Coqsu.1, is nine million t.-ancs.
Aocouuts from Holland stated the expedit ' .
tion against Englan wba on the eve of taking , .
A fire has recently takenplace.at the magn
liincent moaquo 0 santce aocnia, at vun-t, ; .
sianunopie. Dy wincn one: iiuourea .nousea..)
hve been destroyed, ; - ; r
r " Letters from Vicuna staled that bisurrec-. ; ; y v
tion was almost universal in Turkey and" ', f
that from Egypt it has rapidly , spread: itself ' ?
into Syria and Asia." In Europe four fv
rebels have united with Pass wan Oglou, and, ' .
haa sSinrvsirsric tf WrstvialiB fstavas tswnrarsll -
I'TtHJ vtalaAl varwiiia Atrrmiinna IMI
he furnished by the Data vi an . Republic for ' i
.i i , . . . . , ,
sue $jcmi.i.on au'Ji mjvnu "
port or miml'Q row. -
- '. Kcw-Yoii. : ;
; ..Saltar;. '
" ; Jamaica ;
r ,. tsavanna, ' f
. Tobago, f
- Liverpool ,l t.
. Larltt ! jcs '. ' ',
'. Proviucncot f :i
, iwTrarn smc toy
Ship Bcllast. Gardner, ..
Ilrig Tolly, B-llaid,
Scb'r Sally,' Verry, ' :
' Three Sistxrs, Rich,
loop Candine, Cros!y,
Ship Sally, Hewes, , -flrg
Sdi'r Ivaier, l'.e ;
Rover, Uuck, ,
. t Washington, Ivonvljard,
. JVFl-r. ?T'r
Arrived on Sa-.f ' fast, the s! rr F-Vp.,,
pric,fpt. Smart, 15 days -front IV. . .
Junmrv 27th, lat, 23, 20, kn-. 72 W. t?-. V
tht 3oopMai7of NVwbvni, N. C in siis "j
tress, wKhtotli pumps goiog and having Igst
her k,ck load fijisiijng her very quick; capv,1
Ji. coujd leant pQihing more , ,
4,U Wti.Mtiici4, February 29 ItOI, ,
i tw i Tt -
' 14 ' 13
- fa ' :
o . . 1
- ' 10 i,-
J 631 .
II v .
tJACON pceewt. .
Butter per lb.;
Cottoa -per lb.
Coffst per lb.
Com pes bushel.
Flour per barrel, ;
Lumber per 11
V o. khd. staves.
( O. dt, do. do.
W. o bU do roueh.
fchingles per 1000,
Molasses Mr c-Ilun. ,
Pork per barrel,
Rum, W,I. pr.g. Id p, '.,
-w-i s maica do. 4th to,'
N. E. do.
Tobacco prr rwt. ' t
Tar per barrel,
50 I 71
( MAPLisro, Fth. 4.
T.f the aiiip JjHter, T3 djs tiota LonW.
...t tL a i .
art. aaanr, leu ixmaan on trt lit ul
cembfr,ind pssstd Orsevsenl emht 1A j iht
Pilot rtjt an shore, and was ifjmr4 U M
' A7E onderslgnad bein tailed upo
iW to aOlust adiipiita which has taken
fclsct Wtwcca CmerotSmuK and Jr. Cr,
h totisequsnctof a daUarsi'ic en hH.rpiL
toV lyunit bv our decision on th su'ijr't
Hiving heard th rrpr-se.rjijns and. eipla
nations of lie rttpectivt CtMletnrm slate,
that Vt appear to us that th diipsiUhss ari
sen in corvsequenet of Mr. Crsnt having
understood ia Iht course of a toarersation
between him andCetv. Smith, tisttl word
fake uJ ty Cen. Smith wm Jnadtd to ap
ply lo hia but which wgrd , ss it sppesis us
t;s. sndss It has fceeo tftfjared ty Genera!
01llh, vu iw intended Lo apply to Mfw
Grsrjfe, U suthsnsnfier as tt impesch U
ther tUccdy or indtxily tht verstitv cf Mr.
Crsnf. , .
This the Rre,und of eTf net i anj
wWh Mr. l.rv i.s hs ao.itM s r lion
Wtartof ctpii.ionthsl aslst d i; ni has ari
sen larrni-h niit jpftheBs'urf! as t) !sined hy
Uenmi bmiiT,, t!..t Mr. twanre should It.
A.I). Moor. i.t
n. inij, '
j. a. wrir.nr,
I f. 21. '