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it n tr-.e p.ri o: u.c ww
i r r. :-S pji.irmto Mexico ;uu Peru,
uiiHc.i. Tht re wanted nothing
u to rev he th-" of tht-
,h B.itn;":flt ie, fie moveable K,
.hixrwari-!:.d he fere he wis dii-
iofthe kir'loM. The 1'rench
- where defrmed, and drirtn
,i; '!, txt pt a sunull till trll near
i j t now;'.bya veryprcra-
; tnu', !.:...-.:. tenure. . I liiiouajarte.s
- 1 . .1 1 ... f tnif -I mi (4 Ki
t j ' : . . ' u..i'i.ivi"i. ......
j j,, V't- hIk Hon, w-hde. win ahe.r band,
?'-. 'J4ins't;'rt.n such jealousies tof the Jfrgltsh,
t'l.ii much d.r.l'.uHj' "was experienced in prnrunng
'v.-.n' .";t f..r theVlro ips t land. The I).;kc D
Citizen JunotVwha had tor. some tr.ic
Kjn, ks slier several pcrere actions
with Sir A.. WV.lcs.iy and a division ouhe PorUiguese
nrniv cai! ! ted taSir it. Dalrymplc (who super-
c ti c ;
c !''". r tl banners t,f p
throu J; a Lvourlte can!
c tl'.t is nim ii j.
-ICil, tlc pr jij-.I'i '
theconiHiimd). The h rctKh tvere
t 1 r A. in
,! i.. ...n v Ii i'.it wiih the honours ol war.
. return to F-tH:e. , Tlia combined Russian
', I Trent h sjj.p.urwi in the Tamils surrendered to
: .. C Cuta n on cjn liilon of tt'u restored after
l'. ( .,-c. Wltti Intt'lISgcncc reached England
i -t (' - ifucdonwas expressed at thejerms
- to t!u: :.nnyand sqiiadroa. Tlie ton cr guns
i, -ur f oJ to manifest the rejoicings, .hut the
i, i .-,t tt i'.i.imsiutton foiled vcty Jv -candles
cou" Ihc i-ule to hum.' - SirlLDalrympb is recall
v '. and ii to !;S tried. Ten tlioiwand -veteran Spa
jii -.!! vhoni Bon:' parte. had scr.t; to C3U.LU battles
1 1 . Ik, ith of Germany found meant.' to place
tl.t ... l,cs ur.dcr the protection of the English,
? ".1 viilbe restored to assist V tlie vlellvery of their
i::!tie cou'ttry from its threatened tyranny.-. In the
rrio.e of the French government the emper&r
t!n -.-.tens to do much in Spain Ills rnmistefof war
S i l.isrcpoi t idler enumcratinj his armies in Poland,
I:..'---..!, t'.l'.t f.ia, Denmark,' 'Alhan'u, Italy, Naples
J Spain,- and. in the intciior of Trance, deems
V.K.n suHicient lor the security 01 rranqp and tne
Bcripik 1 1 to subdue Spi.in ; and report wys 300,000
lire on their march. TTve Emperor spcurvs of the
cei-uimv of conti'vuina; on fricnillv terms with Itus-
- 1 k ... 1 . -.. 1 . 1. . .
J14 iitvi -iviisi.ua, dui nevciuuMess, oeu.i) mnui
viloirv of tlie continued huinKiJsnu naucnt, ior
hearunre of the latter, by complaining of its having
increased iu avrnanicnts beyond measure : and
s'.v-As of tlo necessity of incrcBsing hii arniy of
fcbsei vaimn tx prcscne that, pe;ics -ana iiarniony
Wuh.'i .Y(.iofCn so ileurly looei A "Ke oltftioH hrs
1.IKCU place m 1 urkey. 1 ho Suiuin Selim v-t.s av
sasiiiatcd and his nephew Jleli Mahomed has as
cewlcd tltc throne..- A courier was immediately
di:.pali bed to Purts to inform llonapartc .of tlie event
i he Dey 01 AlRiers has declared war against the
licy of Tunis. Ths liritlsh are criallv animated
by their late successes, nd the people appear to be
of the measures of cjovernment tlcui at any former
period of the v.ar. "The National Jatelllijencer
complains that they will take noBv-jps toieanove
,'ur embargo which they scent tt'jretard witn m
cltiTercnce. -The new situation tit affairs in Spain
has opciutd to them a very prohtable trade and al
ready have tlieir manufactories received supplies
01 cotton trom ooutit A,menca. ... rrousiona in
T.i iJand arc tbnntlant, ahdtheap.
a nrancn 01 uie, xsauonat institute is em-T-Ioyod
Li introdiicini; the culture of cotton into
. 1'r.tuci, Some oirn is submitted be thencrrtcultU'
rJ branch on that head, from which answers are
- desired from the United States willprobjAly appear
ina future Birmlx:? of the Star." A ruMuftu of Iluo
r.r.partc .a LiprdLClnred wnraainstlhe United States
is noticed not-because, we attach any credit to it but
because" it i liof ftoing Hie round of the newspa
pers. Capt. Odium from Liverpool in 23 days, to
" New-York, which place heleftbntho 19th Sept. re
port i, that when beatbpf down the channel on the
a 1 si he a J boarded bv the Secretary of the Ameri-
ci'U Consul atLiycrpool who put dispatches on board
h.r our Cioveirnmentj and ijave him the verbal m
liiudon which ttj.s reccivedbv the American minis'
lur at London o Ulte ITth.Wewillnotopposetothc
credil.iiUv cj ; rciiott tlie manywnys in whicljwe
;.c-4n svippoi.c C i-pt.Odiorn may have been imposed
, cn, nor -will huueach his varacUy; we will only
live the heiiUinents of Kupnaparte himself towards
-Hthis eountrv in his expose of tlds same month of
September. He speaks with much satisfaction of
the creat'and courageous sacnlice which the A
mencans have made mjaymg a tjCittral Lmliargo
, i upon their commerce.- With our conduct he has
no cause ofcouipbint,ar,d he wiU gam less from us
tiwn he now nhmder durmar hus ostensible
. lie uoc3 not act w ithmitrstronK motives. .
h'nst the hopes and re iK'tuxm of an aspiring rivJ.
It wcvld seem f t :' our practice tla.t the well be
Ir.? 4tl:a Republican Inst'.tuuonsof,UU feiscstsnd
jne- prudetit of all pWsule natierts, -depended i
tlxlr being continuaily enveloped in tlie fog and
thick dsvktiCM of mUrcprcienLaion pad error. It
in the verr..":-u4'chasices if an humble enquirer a((cr
truth Is able to End the bewildered path that feds
to her them arid braisb'c-besi t temple."' -
. These remaiks apply fully b the, pending Elec
tion fur rbe Presidency. These practices destroy
th.e very essence of RepuUkmiim ; tliey pen crtthe
ji.dgrr.e:it of those who infuse life intoUic institution,
a;:d Rive it soul and movement. It cannot long sub
fit i fits animating principle is corrupted. Tlie form
will not reman when the tubstance ha4 departed.-
It is the duty of every true b lend to our Federal Co4
sdtudon, it is the duty 'of tvery true Repiiblican to
avert these threatened evils by a severance of iryth
from crrou,r, by Cidnilnf.tlie irritation of party feel
ings, and shedding a ray of light upon the course
tbut would jj-uide us to tlie haven of Siifety.
Vs approach this contest without party feeling,
at loabt if we fee! a piefcrencr,we also feel that t
.... . - .. . . . r... .1 . 1; r . T
wia not b.vcn e us iiora me line 01 auty ana irom
doing1 to each party and each Candidate exact and
impaiuoj justice,' v W do that homage to human
intel'ervto the good, sense of the American public,
to prcfess our belief that if our fellowcitizens are
not le.d astray by false lighti and false teachers t?icy
are competent to decide rightly on the merits' ol
Canchilatcs wr oiuce and on the best interest of the
nation. W'e think the tnnli is worthy of being ttId
and that no pretext cf deceiving the public, or wrth-
holding from them information ftrjhar good, will
absolve such conduct from the itoVutaviojS jti-frae.
It is cnmina! m tr.ecesot rigid morahty andof Ue-
publican policy. We arc desirous tlie public should
know all tha ha3 been said uith candour respecting
tho merits smd qualifications of JMadison, Mdhroe,
Lhnton, or Puickney ; and as far as our limit Will
enable us, ws will dilluse that information. -
All other consMierations, all party distinctions, are
nearly absorbed and swallowed up in tlie questbn of
the Embargo. ' On tliat measure, and tlie train of
policy connected with it, hangs the fate of tht clcctl
on. Mn Madison was nominated bv the inert who
laid the embargo, and immediately after that mca
sure was aaopteu. . I ins coiuiccted the Weurht of tlie
government and il3othccrs ism his favour. He is, be
sides, himself an integral part of the goverrimenC--Clinton,
Monroe, and Pinckncy, arc uli opjwsed to
the embargo, ana tne measures connected witri it..
ln the one side we see one interest unite" Kt$ in
dividual ; qnthe other, divided, and. its strcngtliW-'
ed upon tLee candidates. ' .' ,
t:v v, ar
Tvv'O'of the in ourenu against tTio Emlmrgo Lr.wS
who were in the action on Lake Champlain-in which
tcvral persons were killed, have been executed pur
' -suaut to leutence' Considerable iKidies of troops
!ve.b.er tnatched to thnt quarter tu- enforce tliose
"' !;'.w.-:. AFr!gt'' &-scvei-iKlun Hoats are building on
thaLakc t") aL".s.sttiien .- ' - -
r r. 1,1 iwKluijjlheti'laitcewilliwhiehour ports are
jjuricd by our infant jSavy,an uliat trade with lo
i tin pa.'ts is still kept up. WTchopc not to have oc
jration to notice any violation of thcrio Laws, by uiy
who hat pretensions to honesty or patriousin,
whatever Bcrl.aients may ucentcnameciwruiTes
t'C.ct to the 'x-onri'-tv of fbeue hiws, there can be
tin rwO,t r Tthr vivMir'n tv r,f bbserviiiT them.' A
v'cat r.'i-j Wwidj fire & h.liied for tril in all the
What will be the result of the election, it is-nOw
impossible to foreteL . Every Herald prpxlaims the
ascendency of his own party and his bwft candidate.
It for some time seemed certain that overmen'
tal weight and influence would give tlie scale of
victory a acciacu prcponaerdiice in favour of Mr,
Madison.' .-'- ' ' V- '
. Jt was given asllic 'opinion of tlie ItalcJgh fte
gislcrthat Mr. Madison would lose only eltAcn
votes in the United States, and that cper, twice in
the same month, asserted there .was no doubt but
Mr. MadiBon would obtain every votd in North-Ca-rolina.
These predictions were ho doubt justified
by appearances at the .time they were made,' but
now they must have no foundation in the actual
state' of things' '.The pclitical aspect of-several
states has lately undergone a total and entire change,
unfavourable to Mr. Riadisdn. . It is certain that ve
ry. constterablo revolutions are daily taking place in
the public sentiment, and what will b the i.nal r.
suitot Uie election, we believe, cannot now, with
degree of certainty, be nredicted. Vriewi 'nf
. r..vu. j llv, utcu uiveu oy ooul uie
"e lumerva, with a.sutlicient degree
ol correctness to nrirhulA th. J. r..
scnung the public with another, was it not that some
changes k very lately taken place, and soimfe of
.... jnjoaiuiy nave not seen the view
ot either. , We will sketch nn u-u,-i, Iha
has the merit of being as accurate as the present
aspect cfaltaU'swiU permit us to make. - . ,.
Republican, at the last election declared nfdVd5r
of Federal principles, She is enutledio 7-EiPcto
chosen by general ,iKke , " r' ; -z ""' " V ''-r'j -""
MAssicHfesEfThaalsq renounced h'4- demo
cratic principles,'! Resumed her old fcdn-al cha-
racier, inis otate nas l Electors, the ihanher of
whose election is pot settled by law, of cotrse it re
mains with the Ictnslatnnt. . : J . , -
Connecticut will havo-j FedeWl Elitor'scho
"sen by the legislature. y ' J, - " :
... . .,v vlvv.vu, 4.V1.CIU
bers of Congress and a State Legislattre of the
sai'ae character, 5 Electors arc chosen Jv WnVral
ticket- , a, ! v- ..
' VERMotffisdoubtfuI. .BotKrederalilsandRe1-
punucans claim tne Mate as belongin,6 them
selves. We think hpwever the Federal a rest is
the 'prowling 'one.-. Her Legislature chooses G
Elector.' "s. -. I
Nrw-York. A great cliange has fal.n place In
this SWefc" The Republicans have a sm'j majority,
but they. are. divided into twopartlcs. "Tiatopposcd
to the' iimnariro is the most numeroui. . Tfpr I q
L'l.iJ--T:-. " , . .1 ' , ...... 1i
civciurs vnoseii .oy inc jueg'Biatun; w no .doubt
vote in favour o;tncr of the three An Embargo
tf ,;.,n t:..-i :
y v.j it v..; ;') .
1 ! ...3 111., I.,, f P I 1
i Ch 1 . ; i 1 r J !i t 'ts
xr, .vi f. i t'.e ttiiuri
1 s-in.r othess Iruigat thi r
i n to hive a priat! r artl.ilhy
1 n, it wi'.'it l-'veitl efjt ..er
.. .1 1 th it -t.- nh.i'hi'i. Tl : hi
lief iftrengthenc d by. Mr. liuane (a clcse pt(ia-
a.l Jiiate oang pcvuxtly stent. lie ras iter
warf ii pointed a Lt.Cchcl of rade Regiment,
and after avowed his detcfminaUnn to support
Mri'tadison.' Thistxkctis supported ly the jrarty
calj g th.eniscivea the Dctnocratie . Rt-puhhcans,
nrufare epposed by the Constitutional Republicans
anf the 1'cdcmIUs. Her 2 Electoral votes we
hrk wdl be given to Mr. Madison. , - . ,
Dr.LAWAas will have trsree IJectors rl wien by
(if Legislature, w ho will i.ot vote for Mr. Miuison.
his expected Mr. Pinckncy ill have uie vote of this
Suite. - :v.., ;
JIabtiasd has 11 Electors chosen ly distrids,
i'his Sute has just chosen 6 Republican and 3 Fi de
ral Members of Congress (old members re-elected
rat with a great diminution of Kepuu! ican votes ) ana
a house cf Delegates which has a r'edcra majority.
itisfc probable calculation Uiat lcuerauiis ana I
tcpubucans will be elected. , , ' - v ? ' .
V iHGiKt chocr.es 2 Electors by genera! tickJ
Monroe and Madison are tlie only Candidates sup-
u I'h.irw. , th s
e Cil-it 1 1 ! r
Was af.einr.ln'.evu:'- 1 bv t as-i
idor to i'n.r.ce. 1 lisuh-r.s are r
brinixit sprtles Init are of tlmt
vV ASIIINOTON Hp
rJ yews he has l. !
iif pcu'iiciuar n-jtv, ai.,1
er.iovuixthc li srect oTa;l. . . -
Air. Mon Erst sr reared on thest nf hV
and prtcikufxnd fur wish
wis l:stingt!fltcd. Eors
m rct.iTmeii, nu.u ne.l
grew cn tli
the time he
r ranee at a
has since be
with that ro
his own audi,
of it. Itis i
ai-, aj.i h",s rcputiifioa cot;
world, while in Con-Tess :-,.! , t
as llovcnior of Virginia' Hew
re-idc.-.t Wasiunotox '.xiiinh'
v li!:-hi:f.!if irii im.irin.j i.-'
i appointed uy x,ir Jei.cif oi
U has been
le orated au
ported ; and both parties speak with .confidence of 1 monument
success., ' :; :-'
Nohxh-Caholika has' 14 Elceton chosen by
chstncls. ; At the late Election 4 or 5 Members of
Congress were chosen who were opposed to the Em-
bari'o, and H is probable the same number of votes
will be given to Mr. Pinc.kney or W r. JMonroe ; tlie
restivill beinfavonrof Mr. Aladiion. ' '
ITie follow mg t;.b!e offers, we. beiicve, a correct
vieMofthe several chncts with the can!i".,!esineach.
Tkose names in I:a!k are in favour ol lab srtn, the
othen either for Monroe or Pinckney. We do hot pos-
sesstheintormation necessary to enubiC us to speaK
of tie relative stcngth of parties in Uie different dis-
trier. 4 In some, Uie Congressional elections may
be Supposed to have pronounced with some degree of
cenamty, ' vv e nave onry a single renuu u oner
upon two disti'icts. ' . . , - . ' 1 .
. I wocounties of the districts m wiach Mesrs. Drake,
Plummer, and Powell are Electoral Candidates' com
pose a part of the Congressional distnet which gave
a unanimous vote to Mr. Macon, whose wishes ai e un-
avourable to Rlr. Madison s election. ' W nether or
notthisargues favoorabry to the successof Mr Drake's
election we wiu not determine. , -.
The district in which Mr.Rujscll and Col. Taylor are
Candidates is composed of a county roxn each ot the
Congressionel districts which elected Mr. Stanford
Mr. Macon 8c Mr Stanly, 8c in each of which counties
tlibse Uentlcmon obtained majorities they ai-e all op
posed to the election ot Mr; Madison. A he exposraon
of this circumstance may point to the result of tlie
electoral election.' "J ' - - " --'
.a ..... - . - - f-'-iC ';? a. . a". -,-jC- . v.. .- i, .... -".-' -(
J 7 Ol the t; t ;,'
mment and v.!-" h "
rity rejected w.J.i
idvisers.the 6ena'r. ti
c epposed to the 11 n
edicss to say nuch if
it t m. ..i ... a. r n .
wtd.tjiuwn uiaiTH ia ionrtv t special v sine
Uacatedbythc elct-n:,ir Uofthe rc-
orof tJieihiikh iSnv. JIeb"s; vs
living, iui hoiOuivble, an illustiious
self create J ciuhxace, worth cr.J
s a inis-formed
Ilin;- I s
.. rc ere vurioui
;-X';il linptxjve '
a cii.iiader so
SitbscriMonlrjiU breeelved at the Si ,x Of ricj
yir titf Second lult-i"- f
ttw A1 CHBATI.V i S( faovrs '
i; family physician;
Cnti'b-d t!ic ranter' & Mariner's Medical t
Tn tnttmoty ,! tf m-rit of tLs li oi-fc, the f .'-!,, (
cr.ui, vi mwr mj rtu 7',. !.... n t,.c I
i ai dnirrted .- v
! rh;!.u!yrih;ii. d.-c'..,;i. : , t
i!lTl-I havirrad nvr truik rmi-l,',! T' ... 11 ,.
and Marint.-r'f Jfedical Coiniianion," w'.tH pl. r.siu-t-, iind
think it wunli'ie attentiou of the i;,Tv-ii i.f'the T'ni'ed
sute. . 1 ' . vv. s::ii'iT.. M.n
Phklndelphia, Dee. 31. 1137.
Dr.. Jamct E
iavc tireiuity perusaa your work ust 'printed
i in- iiaiiifr i aiiuMjinners Alcuical
lit dell ' i-
Wiike l J- WeUbar :
Sttikes i C. tianmr ' .
Ahe J C. F llaggo
Hkmlolph - r. ,
Ubarru. ' y.'
r -j .. -
Kichmoiid - 1 A. Jtmrftmd
Cumberland M. Iwikr "
Anson, J. Vinlow
PerfjuiTpans" ' '. . '
rnam"t " . s . , ;
I , S. liruhcy
1 . JBurtvn
. v it r .-' ''4
11 1 C. Chritmai
- f W. Stcciman
Jor JiidJicIc 1
, I Werf! till Manter's and Mariner'a n'!,.l t
17 TTmn I P"0"'' by lr- 4meB Ett'e". f Uie State of Ooortfa. with. .
of matter in a sndl compass. TJie practice Wuh he -r
COiiuik-nilii in di-fists, U moilcm and iud;eiois. ami th :
wrk cannot fail 11 being useful, in all kiniKes in tlie
JAMt.S WOOJllOLTli,1 M. D. t
rrofeuar nf Ju?minj in tin Uuiverml '
ii. Williams ;
Hertford : .
TyreU ' ':
Pitt, . t
Craven I Ervim TThitield
Jones. ' MViUiam Gaston
Wayne I , -Greene
S 1.11 have
emjueo. - i in renter s ana- Manner's Alvu eal iUrnu.
akm."."'-I take hach pleasiwe in expivsr.jr my entire ap
probation ofth4Um of the work,'-and of tiie utility with
Iijcn you navefonaucted your mquJiea. Your bMk can
aot fail to ba avery accep'table piese-nt to tlie nutlic in
getieraU and cjfeeaidly of our un countrymen. I really
am of opinion, tltt you are enUUed to much ra.i- f,- tt
pains 'Wbir.h yoiliave taken in funiishinsr u w iUi a wOr?c
uch! as the " ledical Companion," tlie want of which
tun long bee.rt eberienced amone U3. ' -
iui miivcnt 1'iKiien lor your health and hapninest,
for tlie contimluk-e ofvour usertimL i n.m..;, .
air, your Wend,ic. , II. P. BAKTOV,' Ml D.
' ' .1 'f""r rf '"te'iu .Metira, A'atuwt
Or. James Ewclil . t lfaimy und Jioianr. 4
V. Mir, am.
I Keikft phtmntrr
Jotin I). J'evell
John H. Drake.
: Sot iH-CASotisfAhas 10 Electors chosen by the
legislature, who it is supposed will Vote for Mf.
Madison- - -t t-
Georci A All the parties except PincTrr.ey'si have
claimed the votes of this.State.. We think her. 6
' IJlnlol6ltt t'.i.A rc -inn -
IJEA.Il KIT; Tliav looked Over Tup. I1antfr' rf,r. -
1 Mariner's Alcdiel Comrtnnion Wilb mat rlMu.ur. !.nI
not alittle instre.lion. find t an exot n-u? rcmtmbnui
cer of much that I have already learnt from other un.-L n.
I and ftsm profcsNiiial experience. Dcincf better adapted
U Ott-eiKiral ciii.imstanceu of tlie piople of the X nited
Statrnj; tiism anyJotJier production of the kind hitherto
puniiaia-a, H. caulot lad to pnw an iiival-.rde Compaq
nion' td, those redote from Medical aid. That all yonr
views intlio hibhiution of it may be more than realiCd,"
u iurtu)eero nuaoi vour Triena anu ob't. 8-rvaiit, "
1. I ULVKLESXAUJWCLL. M. D.
f . - ' -s
! Mariner's I'omfia
submit to nv en
oiiil K :
J Jtiladeliiuia. Ree nr.
Ti? work entith-d, " The J'lanter'i and
oar whi.U jou Vere gvJ emmgh to
insx.O.i, i Ji.u-ri.re.iu xmv aUentiveh
'intost uHiJid -Htpu!ar trealweonmedi-'
iitsot, 15uc;hah. and Rcec? im this suli.
(octha'.e d..naycqn'ired' reputation, Lat their prac-
electors to be chosen by' the Legislature, w ill vote for I hieb tuey li d tlan to tliose of our own. '.
air. iwaoison., ' ' , . i,A lulWr Wlt in a stylo puuft ana 1 imdia
11 y... ,,r"m,.,vvtni"uu,.l'.U,n14 V.
the United Statys Uns been long required. ' You hae i ovr "
Candidates, most prolmbly Go1
New-Jels-v is claimed fui
and CIl ift-n, v. 1 i.-h r
the ' 'c.tion doie'tf.'
by r-ortra! ticket.
or CI; ton.
(lentiy proves fe event, of
the ha-; 8 i'- ,rs chosen
' Ken rue jet is divided into rvo districts by kestcc- (V. n-lilttlaFTcbee suited tothedia-s o.
u r...i.SL ' im... . the United fctaftg been lonir required. ' You hae i ovr
supplied the vriitj I trust tbut your very valuable book;
it r nvr each of which chooses 4 Electors. ; The lower
districts suppbrts both a Republican, and federal tick
irer KrpubllcaUi only. Hierels we be
lieve a certainty of 4 votes for Mr. Madison and a
stong probability of 8. 1
Tfcy kxsse i chooses five electors bv district and
s accounts frpm that State concur 1n e:xying, that
thewhole will vote for Madison . " -
rxu: .. . . . ' . " - - t, . v ' I tMJt . oils a. tivrt e re 1. 1 i r wtn !; nni " lw:.fil
Viwl ! mTUtVV hS the Constitutional ICaWpanihp, ,diTe much plsure in aWtinj? that it
sleeni'.I am sir,' ?:e. -'
N. CILU'MAX, SI.
Rerinbhraria atrt n-w.;,:r . ....
-..., viuiuuiuu iepuuiMis, una it has
uce.1 supposed that two of the electors to be cho.
.u uy uisu-icxswouw vote either for Monroe or Pine
kney", theotlior for Mr. Mad?
Our opinion of the prospects have been cjtfcres3ed
without precision. ' The nature of th mUivt-t A
admit ol morcpositve assertions & iTmadc they would
betray arrogant pretensions rather then infoimatic.
We incline however to the opinion that Mr. Madw
aim win oc eiectcu. -' -"jf
,' Mr.Madison has diitinrufshed VmCirin 4K t i
giskitureof Virginia and in the cnnne.i!'! ijf th tinfirm.
he has (acquired', no inconaderabla reputation as
11 UTltJ.- ni.l w. n . ...u..ur 1 ... -i . .
" '...- i(iaKc 3. conuwersy wmi afimtrable
uexienty. ' ile was associated With Alexander 11a
ronton and Jolrn Jay in v.-ritinir the 1V1 ra'.ist hr
perhaps hi3 talents havcboeneKhiijTe.dlntlieirstiviie-.
estbght. A U concur in spying tha 1 - is a Tjiitii cf a.
nuawe 'Agreeable ' mannershis
Want of dcnslon, ivwatt of coii
fi'df, iVia icadily adopting tiis opif-cs
mstv be Widoh eWilufd. It i certairiiv eulctilated to do.
much good. Eeii family sliould purcha? and fcarefuHj
rcaau. : , t.
' , With gret
Dr. James Erwoli
riTMin Clll .t i" t. . . . .. -
ailciJnVM- rourh l-tli-nftitr in tht it"
abounds with eiClt.nt nhacnallun. -p11 ralfiititwl in
eoneey. vMuable iiuWtion to aU who arc not posse ssed r
regular mtoniiation x tle subject of which it treats. . .
".v """I'iV'V, 'V11 "a an important adv
m oe.nff short, w-juKtt leaves JKtlc thnt ia csonf
ticed. Ilcadarf failles 'will find it a useful 1
manyintereittinrocriUUn. w ind...vl
to give more auentiol to tne .principl,.. of
umcii more exiensivetuitij.,!. vjtll ,
for your success in yoil endeavours to lr.
human evils, 1 begyouk be assured, thrd
I yours with ainceraregaij - , , .
....... , i roirx CHAWl
Jlall.'my, 7th March. ;c;, r -Jlf.
Jainea Ewcll. " j I , -'J-
i ii V. be
lading is a
led 4he " J'lantci'' avid yx ,.;PPr'; i
vidl much 8atr-,( tioii atiu,,,,.,;,!,...
f tr.f tlio conriiC ad aet,lv. .
v t.'i'is UJnensps ot Uiehinn
we bvib'ie ar; o4nHted :.nil
both ratitsial tad a-rci-b:
' - ! Compas
.ii a it gius oi
iv,w if any fit vv
'.ud Of CMlVjV'i'
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