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i h c "t .- ! ;:": ...'-v v.lh-;-n.-.n t- tW IJ ioiu-as .i-j a -sly i;. ;f..e UutfVjrtj tUs-rua tub-
-,wU,!.Mlnilr,Kiih.,r.MK,;r.1r1r. let us ,ung . Utcci Speaker dcoUed the reJiontob InocCer.
' ' fK:d.iu1trcciuitviiticer, an, I Rive agree V cfEuronJ the ; Mnllph .riwWd frvm dcdsioJlof.the
t. ,-,r. ftl-.t f rlrer-'hrv or.tv dUmi- a'rWmal tavszea.- - indent mere ;wa i . m.--fi'm the ao-teal tu taken.' Mr.
T ' - I . ,
. . i - . - i t . .. . . r i tur w,- '
tci ar mh: tfepoit it on ocr, T? "t -v,. . W endured.
I TV w w " .
sV . t-vtnn
, f .1. . derive A:,r There Wa not a matt mat ercrworv -
' A. - r - i .
ifli-'im f,ir 9 miimint to it tuftenion LV
those hi r'.gnifally held both Wet of it ? It graced by
tribe, who would not coonaer n"f v"
ui out in
the r e tt
?::;rU Sif JtTand Wo.td defeVTnlnation. ;.Ile.
': .v fW,n1L . tilia..liaDDened. What vas a;h k, yattm,vSraU come , out wim a
V4Vt " f . -
J ' ". th-n prophecy :iiW?fctry.--We re com- fine, vaporing, Boumnmg wu"OT-",r
v '. irei,cv . . .. f- . .lrutj.i:-nWrni to da that roitlvwe
caDnotbunued-It mu.t be cut-We ?muat I"!n"l-rV.W.
tt on the irt'srrvrown of vmdictivi
tnwmrdj oufv own people,?. Shew
" , j .
man MA flirt DDI Tttcui, nu
who ahrinkt from' hi , averary mf -pupiic.
' of themroundw.peitfc veneration lo w.Vtch and he W6uld anew you myr r
V: beheld the qutdiueVof .his heart nd under. In proportion m W. couot
1 ., '.'V i.. T sir'.nr'inn fttrrm. Whjch have an lonirltoQat
- V ; i bdanj us to the earilW-U; '-fV' myandPu
.... . CfXt r; Randolph hoped hit friend froWk North cowardfee.
V' : ' t9r,Y:nk wruiTd consider the notice Which he I him. Jhe ;
1 , . 11AU mm v ' ' r r-- " j - - -
JacksoO whtvlrev rui rVauiudrtu
Thhoae adjourned. ' " ". ..
H r .... " j m w ' . -'
y. . KON-INtERCOCllSE. r
,,Mp. Taylor aald it wodd be rrcoJlecte'd d in die
tourM of tlie public business of tli acion a feo
lution reported by a committee on our fortSgo rela-
e t t VT".
uoos arising 001 01 a mouon 01 rotmucr uwu
fn1n.' fr tu rnrrnw irifinlrnnctlno' thmmtrfi'
al inttrcowne with tucB beti 'trents aa jhsd in force
decree or edicts agumit the lawful conimerce of
the U S. had been acrrted to and referreo to the
tamo toramutee, who hid reported a bill for doo-
. ' '. t:i I- r . k ' -- 1 ! 1
but one half of the whole subject embraced br the
words nonmtercourse." "he bid as rtponed
this House provided for the non-importation of the
eobds, " waren and merchandize,' the erbAth tnd m-
nubcture of UieM JbaitiniWcoUntrie. , Thut (said
e; mttj be reauilT accounted, for trom .xne circum
stance that the House was then actually endured in
passiDg a law for the enforcement of the emburgo
the committee therefore bavirt; arij iiiniew the
Av s r tandioffvHis triendv had i. requested the is tunger.-ao ooeJin w.. tieman from
,VfV- -.".8 . . . . . v r .. I AWwm.i,. thf reverse of the tnan 01 1.. ,
V- ; VTifjuie w take warning pytneiace ot tnc pow iu-j . . vvk ne wnoic iragnioc uicorporaicn inwwiB,uct;reB a
j A - .1-. U of Kurope, ind, with an brelicity which he real honour . and real spirit., - Such he hoped 0 for that purpose. ,1 did think it unneces.
'Jt.l'ltayV tbuld not have .expected from'wan of hit they would not w'''v "T." that time j but M the course of business
-f,r)hd held X' Prussia as aexatnple- VOdr merchant, beneted tiiat, if ler alone,
''?rcVi- 'r.- v' t ..Tk..,j lL,sj thev covlldbv their eoterprite carry totf-alu- .order that the whole subject of BO.Hintercour may
xerrea to a committee, in oroer mat it may oe mace
nthf tviK nt ttiA miMTinn. tux tn rnl nnll nnn.
r -.-n-r , j- , . 1 , r..V. ..... lean .
inU urse, v After that bi.1 Wa .jPepoWcd.- a geol i p
1 Tennessee (Mr. Khea) in Order that m "a "S"C:
1 rrjiora-J i!x L: .:hi'-f-c.c
Hju'y t-Vr d l l
TiiS bill sgTttiio, rtj ut, 1
be en ,tos J L at!.! i nnsr.
: Tl e houe went u.; eoma.i, re cf t
t: U J concerning u. L.-jotn f r c x
tuujru'Jcn. " -
Se atnendrierasbcinjprciKaf -
Cie eomratttee rose said reporx J t c I
It waj read t ic e, arid ordered to be i :
a third reading to-morrow". " ,
v Jlr. rvcwtoii fiKffl tf.e committee tf c
and Manufacture, reported a bill autiKu L :
counting officers of ihe treasury to ei e c; .
bun collectors for drawbacks paid by the ;,i 1
01 nsnini; vessels, ncad. twice, and n.
committee of the whole pnraood.:j .
: ' ' ' v ' Saturday Feb. 1 1,
A bill froth the Senate to incorporate a r
for opening the canal in the city of V.'
was twice read X and on' motion tif Mr. V,, ,
Was Ordered to be read a third time tar d -,
3X'';The bill as read a third time and r
kavigation viws. ;,
; rThe hill 'concerning aasocitions for the t
of-BavigutioQ' beinv ubout to be read a t! .; I
wai, pn ranion of Mt. Ifimt With'the zv t
Dano postponed till JJoncLsy , oft the gro s J
had not recti fed that mature; eonsklcra : 1
I touse to wracnuie- importance 01 uie h
.tided it, ,.:.-':' u.;i -;'i ?x ? ;.-f.-. "
The bill making appropriations (or tie ;
Was Tc-d i
r 'V 1 Jitr reward ;that reward wtucn awaits an wno
f.A:?f 'descend 'to act the i same isnoble, loathstjrhe
a" and detestable part. ,fo more 01 r.rusauuair
they were npi :, obli.
eed to be answerable for its -failure, ; but' so
long as government' tied their' : hands it : was
uicir jdicuu - 11 n inw.
Mr;vAIf Aoo,' Xroro the committee' on cur f
relations (Mr." O.W. Carapbell bein (;
fi-om his seat by illness) reported a bill inier.
commercial intercourse betweeoihe V..S.?r6.
Britain and France,, and. for other purpose!;. ', -
b'ul was twice read and- referred to a onin,'
the f,hole on Tuesday next ViA' ;.'
At Uicre i Uitle doubt otitis bar s.puaing ir n :
w hre thought proper t embrace the fearllttt 0:
, ' or
a rnirror, wi tnW tee our own, if once we oin- responsible i tor; tne consequencea, isi
' . . t.-nv I .i,.ni In Jknrti if we would not maintain
sent to be Tcovemeuoy Prussian council , . 1 -v'? ft" . " . : , r f . ,
sent i. 3 ... Lj j- .ui-t i.-.. : L: bkmV She exercise of; their indisputable
- untne saojeci 01 ouf.jriiuc iucv;" 1 . :v ... . . : - , . , .
wno 1 men', v o v p -
bitable 1 protect your person when you' pass your foot
iv inrrf Hire , vuu"
WlaTn, and Tbbvioiis answer w every" roan
'l-fWffiiffi ohJeted.W raising, the embargo, Ste
iyiftaritimeghts U was this; that those who overybur thresholaNletU f
r?ere most to be aHecteby it-he merchants- toe you close prisoner m you
:'.Vxceptns.a fewor example, thbae who ha've SSs f TZtZZ.
VesseU but it take care that aheyshall .never
1 eome in, and who whilst the great mass tf out
fi v f V!tbhna is rottiherin bur porta are themselves
yr r.r.ivinir pnnrmnui nrruiium. . wiiit.ii .iiic i
i- lJ i
vu -v ';.
;j 1 cbmpetion'of that tonnagewould deprivthenj , S':A'- ' -
I rV0?0$Pfttit e.Kot? w.tKf;country-anim. ; . 5:'D
1 : .IC.inetiae stocTc' of ; foreign gbods the puce oi . v'-'..'
'f ! :v&'feSwhicH thy"knbvrmus.t rise threeorVfburliun- , V x'frh .p ' y":W
f i'IK'percin'W Jthua.Wake'.tWm nabobs" at k , 5
j h'ff'thi? expracVbftheVcorrim . Vl" (J5"l A:i
1 H'fi'Msk andif wedo; not choose to protect thejm, ' t ' SlM1S'"FK ''' -'
,. ;f:')4.S least we may leave iheni and.the itsurance. '"'FAj pvii tfrj' 't:
j 1 li.f4 selves Jf we will not engage to protect thert, ,
' i '&S'-i$i 1 ft us not incapacitate, the m by wsry of apology ,
j j :V:h for 'not. protecting themw They tel ua that
1 ' . - '' ' : v . wey can tinq ways u vcaus iw get im oi uur i ,4 - t, r ,. ,.. . .
' '. '.--;. KA ;f 4:;roduce and give us; a petter price, tor. -.K.-u l t
' I IC w e''fte'5t'' n'1heirn affair,
j I fe-" 'irl- Pnt gentlemen; aay'that by the captures at, sea
:fM&i4 gentlemen telliu that we are
! t i i' hr?? n?: now' at!wanqWas"not this one of 'their war
urn lor non-iniercourse pctween idis country anai - y; .-;.v,:-.. v .-(. RI-. i; ,i ? ,
mose nauons oaving m .orceaecrees auccung To jct the citronercibl h.torteWcc .
neutral ncnts. ";'".-;. - '.. , i , ,.-, -fi nn.,v .nj.nr i,. ..
. ne wmnuueew tne wnoie was aiscnarceairomi tx-iidt-ncic. id lor other mrowsCi.
meiunnerconsiaeraucnoi tne tail. Ayes ra.'..i l tteVBUwktih,i SmASm ofl
It was moved reler tr bin to the committee tfihe United Suite tfjimerkoi in cnm
who reported it and Carried, 61 to 41. i;ikd, That from and after the pawing oUis m t,
Much desultory debate took Place on these ino-1 trwice m the harbours and Wktersot UietmteaSi
tinr.L iti hirKMr- n 1 Wli'.iim. 1 of the territories thereof, be and the same is hen
" " -. Britain or. Trance, excepting vessels 6n!v wiuch
! --'' "r v-."v j-". c 's.- --j. i lorcea m py -twtrets, or by -bernr BursiKd bv an c :
, ,, niw uivicviuus uio -L.uiuuitii.ca wiuu-i wiuca two cnnrgoa w:ui upcues or uiB.cs i,
now nos unaer i-onsiaerauuDtne resolutions ottered i mremmem to men uiet beiontr, ana also racket .
by Messrs. Nicholas, Bacon and Durell be OSchartr-l n0. W nor merciiaiiUite yu board. Ard tt am
ed from the further conaideration of them, imd that h,P.M Te,scl "-satf, not beir.g ssoluded in
uicj uo rererreu w uic some tuuimiuee w wiiora jei f, r .w. tJ rs(...,
meauuresr-part ot tueir great system
cion? And yet to' avoid this War,lu whkh we
are actually involved, we are to do-What?
5 Shew our heels to the enemy and oiir indig-
fy,: ; nant fronts' to our ,pwh helpless citizens.;'. It
. ' ' I. . . .. .U . CUi- ' '
twaaniKn tirrte mat tnc vigui'rw. us govern.
f l naveana ne oeiievea , naa
y ment t any it nave-ana ne oeiievea n naa
;'(v-ayed on f bmei btherthf aire than put1 'owji
! ' u'i. indeed lio-e Utat;'thji Vi.
1 : ' l.53''?,';fc nbf that'theAyhble; -,'yial bf
! fXiduT .wrath fchould be' pouted' 'out ioh' the. heads'
. ..: ':'r tet gentle
; ' ; ' - i - men tike ibto 'i;bhtidea'uoiAh conditiois s bf
i 1 'Ar?-f S'f'v parlicalarlyi
-! 'ri1'" people', ajitl In fact upon . the'
vA i?&0.. v4;prty'atibnstahd.if of SheVHole mass of
pur society ? was autneii; tprce mid energy
'itr tb ? Orhall
x ::i determine "that inasmuch as foreign nations
f r--;;''" 15' W jf' ty, so'helpu's' God i we will dojusticatd bux'
f' ''eltes.: -v,- ,V'V;:v ; ?,?;V.'.
I J d. 'ia fnend frQmrgibfaMr
I'j thereaa, a very strong in-
1 1 .'VTt-:jteres'Un:
i '.?;;?'upo' the.rlyalihe'VVe,st
' , ' 3 i - a -. I. '
rlnuja and East India interests . &r so dispoa-
ed that would .have beeb a good reason for
' Congress; ; u
Wednesday, Feb. 8. ;
, PRESIDCKTI AL 'IStECTlON..''
This beinff the day designated by law lbr tomt-
mg the votes for President of the United $tates, and
. -I . T 1 ' , I i ' 1 I . t . . .1 .
it navmg pecn prevwusiy agreeu. on oetween xnc
two boyses, that the count' should take place in the
chamber of the house ef representau ves, it was pre
oared ' for that purposed ' The chairs of the house
Were so arranged aa to leave the first section of seats )
oil jthc right of the Speaker for the members of Se-nate-whose
chairs were there placed' A motion was
made ' that when the. senate entered, the speaker
should nirroduce:the presidentpf' that body (Mr.
MUledKe w president pro tern), to his chair.- Alter
some conversation on the propriety of this procedure,
it was agreed to, end the clerk Was ordered to lnt
iormuie senate mat meoouse were reauy to receive
'.r;At 35 minutes past 13, the benate entered, pre-
. i i .i . . ; . . ' ..'i i .t i . .. . .
ceaca oy wcsperireant at arms wuii ui wnne wu.
The president took the i chair5, ' and the mbmberstfie
seats provided tor them. A table was prepared m
frpnt of the speaker's chair, for the teller and the
clerks of the two houses Ucn, S." Snuth was ap
pointed teller on the part of tlie Senate, and Messr
JNicjioIas end y an Dyke on the part ot the house ol
''. Tl,t VeJtm m tt fnltnm t
"A Pretidentl.iJ&mc Madison; 133.
An JntrrM1M A lilll a m ma Ma A
Mr. Dawson seconded the motion, and Messrs.
$milie, Love, Holland and Rhea supported hy and
Messrs, xiana, Manaoipn, JViUnor, Uardenief and
Macon opposed it ' j ;
1 be question was taken on discharging the com
mutee iromuie turtner conuderauon or them at
half past 5 o'clock by Teas and Nuys, as follow b
H.AS--aitsr. u J, Alrton, ,W. Alston, Bird, Bibb.
BlacUt-dge U.ouiit Boyd, Boyle, BarweU, Butler, Cai
noun, tils?, ciopion, units, juttwton, ueane, Desha, Uu
rcll, Cpneii, Fiudky, Fitk, FrwikJin. f.holsot, oodwn.
Graen, leiatef, IlulUnd, Ilobues, Howard,vtIunif hrj S,
j. Kt. jacason, Jonnson, Jones, nenan, jurKpatnck, Laru
bert. Ite, Marioti, MCr?Ty, p..Montomerr. J.Mont
jrometj', N, K. Moore. T Mooxe, Jeremiah slorrow, John
Morrow, Newbold, N-wun, Nitlnjaa, Porter, Tufrh,
Eefc (Petwt) Klies, :(Tenn.) J. Bjchards. M. Hichsnla.
Say,. Seaer, ShkW, Smelt, JSmilie, J;v 8mith,tVerplnki
; NAYS Mefsrm. Bacon, Basaett. Blake, Cbamniort. Chh
trrwlt-ti. Look, Culpepper, Dana, Davenport, Elliot. Hv,
ustfaenier, uaraner, uarnen, uray, nanus, Moge, Ilsley,
K. a. aaeaaon, jenains, .eny, Lwit, uvermote, Uoyd,
Lyon,5 Macon,' Masters, Milno, Moselev, Xlumford. Pit
kin, Quincy, Randolph, Biker, Rowaiv RnaaelT, Sloan, J.
tert within the jurisdiction of Be United SUitts, o
temtancf thereof, it shall be lawful for tnel'n -s
the Vnited States, or such olhef person as he s!
empowered for tbsf purpose, to employ such p.'
land and naval forces, br of the militia of tb; Unite'
nr the. territories thereof as he simll d"eem met
comnct such shiD or vessel tn depart ' , ;
i. fi. . O ' A-rt A km .'i JL A 1"lia, tf clnll
iawful for any citizen or citisens of thtf Duited Stiu
tne territories tnatvot, nor tor any person orpewv
ling or being in ue same, to bav any -imersoursc v
10 alrord snr aid or Supplies to any public ship or vi
uforeSaid, which Shall, contrary to tile- provision d
ct, havt Entered an harbour or waters Within tiie i
diction of the United States or the tsmtones then i,
f any person shall, contrary .to the provision! of tins
havo any inicrcours with uch ship or Tessel.or ami
ford any aid to such ship er VesseL tither m rt pai
die said vessel or in furnishing he r.tier officers oi' creff y
supplies of any kind or In any manner whateTer, &
pilot dr other person shall assist in navigating or tilo'
such cip or vessel, unless it be for the purpofe oi c
ingher Jeyond the limits and jurisdiction of the I'
States, every person so offending, shall forfeit f d p: y
sum not icas man one nunarea aouars, nor cut. cu,n(.,
thousand dollars t and shall also be "imprisoned fur a u
not less than one month, nor more than one year.
K. Smith, . Smith, Stanford, Stedman, Storer, St urges, die ' day of, . v :vtwstthe tuiMf.ce t
Swart, 1 aggart, 1 anmaage, 7 y lor Tbompwn. ariirfc, I narboun and waters jbf the vnited States tna v. ,t rem
unnam, van Alien, v ait tiUruaiHit, van. Home,
6, Van Ken-j ries thereof, be Mid die same is hereby interdicted to
J ships ' or vessels 'tailing under the Usg of GkM-I
sclaer. D.H. Williams 5
Mr, W. Alston them moved to. commit the reso- Wn Or France, or owned in whole or in part by ary c
Iutions to the Committee to whom the bill on the ?n.or ubJ either r vessels hired, bartered or
subject pf non4ntercoue was referred: 1' T- VFrZZ "
4...Hf.is: '.J.' - , - i:..7... . i'..-: I purpose or esrrym
T m niouun was opposea oy .jwessrs. nanaoiph, rorced in by distress or. hr the dangers of the, ,
liyon, Van Home, Bacon, Gardewer, Quincy , and being pursued by an enemy, only excepted. ; And if s
Milnor ; and supported by Messrs." Taylor, W. Al hip or vessel sailinir under iWW of GJeat Brituir
( and HfAland.r.''KMV-v'e.H,"'s. sK.i-J : I France, or owned in whole or in 'tautbv anv emsea
. TV'T,. ...... v. v-j--. I , .- -.,. ... . . . , r. . J .
.. w ; ,r . . " , ' r t j - i n
.The motion was camedby Yeas It Nays, 85 to S. Vt1 ?awp f?d ceP f rf-frf'
fe' Mr, Van AHen moved to refer to the Lme com. tlJm
mittee a respluuon offered by Mr. Mumford at the Stktesor of the territories tliereof, such ship orveswl, t
commeneement of tlie session for a partial repeal of (Tether" with the' cargo, if any,-which way be found
the ; embargo but the Houe adjourned before a board, shall he forfeited, and may be seixedaiidcond.
qiiieauon coujd be Jaken. t" k ' . ; . -elin any court of the United Stites or the tem
;; :,The effect of thc votes of U.isdayis'tbrcfer 'to IW'iori,??i i'lLvH
'' aJL. 4... ( , . ' - Sec;4 ttm b-u futthtr enacted, lliatfron ana
tne cornice on our WTiffn reiauon, composed ot ttie twentieth dav of. May nexti It shall hot he Iw I '
import into the United jStatc of tha tcrritorie
kny goods. .Wares or nierchaniJise whafeer, ftomtrj
or place situated in Oreal-Britain or irelandi ot in
, i v. s . jr , ,, s
. ;..? f4".'-f 7x- treating wnen it was in ourjrvow!7-i--bnt snail
. therefbreyoV givejr" "gfoiiid ?J3e
Prtl!1bf her sabjiictjf are; hostHefy
'4vvt;dispbBed towarl8b,'sHall we putanrasnect
r&fy?pYhSWp tbthe airs which
.1SlVA'-;tting interpbsed s a! oonniohif
'M'tidctof betWeeniis,prti vented ntr-Khet 6he had
i "''' ;'r v : th irefur e? ''fsf opil ti at ,therescntment of her
'' tiiottarcfi by a sacrifice bfAr right ? It was
''pft'W;a''lact never tipectcd to ha
George Clinton, ' "'';';: f: " .
W Vke'FrrndentGeo. Clinton U 5. , ' '
':.; .Rufcs lung,'. -47.' ..;
John Langdorij .Q-.ft, '!': s: 'V.
s'James Monroe,.. $' ," i.-..
JamAs MatliHtwii', a'- i '..3. i; :".i' 3."' ! "
Tt waa., therefore declared,' that James Madisoti
was dulv delected President, and Georce Clinton,
Vici Pi esideht of the Cnited States, for four years
fronvand after the third day of March next
;frhe senatc'ihen redrcd in the order U which they
entered xi-xx H i- V.' ' V,'i, TCt
iiMt.v.O.Varrw trove notice of.his mten
tioit to submit, in cbmrnittcoof the whole, a propo
smon td'amend the resolution before thatcomnuttce
for the repeal of; the emburirp, byatrikhigbut the
words " so fong fis the, hostile, orders end declees
shall lcmiun ni voffue','. and to'hucrt a clause, inter?
dieting all commercial intercourse witli France and
Great Isntulh, and the ePtrance into .tn portal ue
Vessel9; , s
United States of foreipn armed
f Mr; JacksOn said that his Inteniicn wastnerc
have it m inted that its details micrltt be undcrstool
i-Jj?.' Jtandotfih ' Objected to XbiS as being an
irrecrutar crocedute i 7 ' . " y J'1
, Mr. Jatkson, after some cot irsation; submitted
' t.f?T'?, v M - "3 r . -f . " -j the prepoeiuen to ,he form of
Messrs. G. W." Campbell, Nicholas, Bacon, T&ylori
rTskv J.1 Montgomery; MumfortU. Chanipion . and
roricr, uio screw jjivijusiuoiib ror tne repeal ot tne
embargo, for armlngthe merchant' Vessels, for non
intercourseV for excluding trrdtsd vessel from our
waters, and for declannjr the first capture marie In
violauon of the neuuiil rights of the V S, to be a de-'
claration of war. ' Sic. with leave to report by bill, x 1
.sne cniei argumerit m wvour ot uus general re
ference' was, that these propositions might be merg
ed in one till which should present a general svstem,
and, thus render less complicated tlic prcceeciinirs
of die' House on these resojuuous. J Thenrin areu-1
ments against it were, inat it would .destroy. all.'tnat
bad already been done '.in';jcbmmitee'Vot''V.hole
and probably present a system at lebkh.tb;" the
House which would not be approved, and thus tr6.
tiuce no otner enect at, tnis ixae penca ot the session
than to protract discussion i andalbo, that it Vould
encourage that speculation now common inthe mer".
Cahnle towest and be ruinous to many.meft of nio
derate'eapitais who bad embarked thurU" W the
purcliase' of 'producer the ccrUuuiy tjiiit the era.
bargq would be raised on the 4th of March.
'i.-: Fridw. Feb. 10::: . v. tn.
jyirer. morrow trom uve committee on tne public
I landvported a' bill for the disposal of eeVtain lands
in tnc Mississippi .territory, claimed tinner1 bpanlh
prants. and rcponed.by.the eommissloners as' ante
dated, nd for other purposes. t Head twice urjdre
icrcd to a committee of the whole on Mondnv,,- '
The house then resolved itself into a 'committee
the colonies or depelidene es 'of te eat Britain," nor f.
any port ot place situstedln, France, or in any of her c
nieS or dependencies, taor from any port or ptote in die
teal possession of either Git5it.BriUun Or i-Taoce.'
shail lt be kwfl td import Into thi Unifed Sttu ot :
tori itm ics thei-cof, from kny -threign port or place t -Ytty,
any goods wares or merchandise whatever, br-ni-th
growth, produce or mKnufactura of Fince w -; v
of lien cojontes or dcpcpdcftcies, or being ofU giy
prodifce Olf nanufuctiire of fireM Rritain'nr Jm-1
or pf any nf. the colonies' or dependencies 'f r
Britain. 6r beuig of the ewwthi produce or manu c
pf ofty place er f ourttry ill Uie actual 'possission ol
France or' treatBritam'i6. .it ''v w.-x
' .8 a c 5. 4S4fte if further 'Wefc( VlTiat whenever
ai-Uclc at tsrtictes.:the1mbortatioK of wbkk is prchil;''
by this acti' shall after the twentieth f May be imp -r
into die Vnited States orthc jerribMiastiiereof, con! r
Uiii saidtweutielU of Afsy be put on board of any sf.ip j
VftSid, lxat, xhR. or earrmgei'Wtth Intention. of impmi j -the
sm? into the United Suxes,'or the tci-ritbriet the"',
all such artTckss1 as well as all oilier ailiclis on board .
sama.shla o? Vessel, boatj' raft or carrite bclonn? 1 1
the owocr of sucl proliibited articles;-' sWl he forfcif" U'
and the owner thereof shall moreover forfeit and H ?T '
bledte VfUuv-bf s;uch articles. '-tr-vPf ' . .
t 'Site. 6T isi b U- faiA MAi! Tl. tf av arnwe
art1ei( the impfrta.tioi of which is prohtbitwl 1 y UJ af
shall aftee Uc twentieOi of J4 aV he put on herd '
sliipor. vessol, hoaU Vaftor' eAiae,'with1nt!nian ':
port tl tame into Jho United States, Or the tcrnton
thereof,, contrary to the true Intmit and meaning of u
act And with the knowledge of tlib owner or mftt'r
tecluuon.lof the whole en the bin makinj; ppropriavlonsforj yaoi, jbsat, raft w enh'isie shall be forfeited, and 1 1