Stelt.s to that lUppy Union aricf ConstvlulJbn,
Waicst r'fith such huidious and malignant arti
fices are i.irected. ' ' -''.'..'.'
The better to guard, nevertheless! against the ef
fects of invidual cupidity and treachery, and to
turn the Jcorrupt projects- of "the enemy" against
himself, I recommend to the consideration of Con
gress the expedWncy of an effectual prohibition
any trade whatever by citizens or inhabitants,of the
United States, under special licences, whether re.
tuing td persons or ports ; and, in aid thereof, a
prolnbr.tbn of all exportation front the United
States in foreign bottoms; few of which are ac.j gentlemen from Pennsylvania and Tennessee have
tually employed, whilst multiplying counterfeits ; perhaps more correct ideas than I have A-dia
cdtapabud ttftfri resofuiion tlrat Ttrtually destroy
ed itsuch vague declarations could not operate
a. purgative- effect upon his motireshieli had
been sufficiently, exposed by himself. . And what
had the gentleman from Pennsylvania (Mr. Ro
berts) said ? Why, that the next congress would
not be SofKciently rtccf-organi2ed, as he called
it, to do the needful. If, sir, said Mr. R. fxauld
now be surprised at any thing that passes in this
house, I should be shocked at such an open, auda
cious disclosure in the face of this nation, of whose
perspicacity and intelligence, it is proUable, the
of their flags and papers are covering and encour
aging ie navigation ot me enemy.
Feb 24tf, 1812. " . -
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Friday, February 19.
EXTR.A SESSION. -
Mr. Grundy, after some preliminary observa
tlotis otMhe subject of providing the ways and
closure which I thltik the most barefaced, and an
avowal the most disgraceful, insulting and disres
pectful that has ever been made on the floor since
I have had a seat upon it.
Mr. . Groirepor'. said, that independently of the
personal inconvenience to the members, particu
larly the northern gentlemen, and -the great ex
pence which the public would incur by an early
session of congress ; he objected to the resolution,
because it was this congress whicb hadpluntred,
incfwirou mine war, nau incurred loans and vaii
tor3 VaIpole "has long fmce" reached Vienna
He left St. Petersburg, on the 2th. October, and
the' journey was accomplished in a month.
A handsome gold snuff box, of the value of
1000 guineas, beautifully enamelled,- with an ele
gant, portrait of his lajesty, tastefully set round
wUhJbrillidnts, is tobe sent to Russia as a, present
from hi Royal Highness the Prince Regent, to
the Emperor Alexander. - . .,.
From the Montreal Herald sCFeL 6 . r .
DEVEA1 OF GENERA WlMmt&T
mfv forProuung the war, and upholding the ; ous expences necessary to carry it on-and they
public credit, and shewing that congress had not I ought also to incur the responsibility 'of laying
tuhe, during the present session, to discuss and ; taxes. There was something mean as well adis
ocf upon the important measures involved in the honorable i0 -hiftingtnat responsibility to the shoul-'
question, moved the following : ders ofer successors. "
Qaestifjn for the resolution to lie' oo ibc 'table
lost SI to 43, ' r .
Resolved, That it is exbedient that the -1 1th
llongresffmeet on th last Monday . in May next,
and tht a committee be appointed tob?tf)(r in a
bill providing therefor. ';' .
ilr Bibb was m favor of the resolution.
Mr. Hobcrts moved that tc lie on the table, ob-
The questioti then occurred on the ftiiis&Tft f
iuc resolution. . . .:
. Mr. Nelson said, he was willing to take the re-
suuirsioiiirv ni lavincr taa and tuna l . l .
....... : - " ri wv iai 11 fill IJCIliK
, " fs-" ucMrous m tnrow it on his successors but he
to business, there was time enoueh to do much could a a nitf A:n tuz-r --Zl
even in Bfteen days. It was important, ,n his opi- time enough to na th hill, thL ,X .L
T inn . IAI I h nrpcnf frrtrr-ama lart.na T .uA
7)7 1 L ua'TC oi toe legislature and he advjsed the ntf it,
TOtqu ionprt y th ff of opposition, and of
lie meant the partial suspension of the non imnor- the rontr. .r ...17 ' . 9
tationlaw. Gentlemen could recollect, that the " 1" r .1 "u '7" lo
- . - -. "v niv. tmit v auuincr congress, would sav that
. uuc,s 7. wi uuotDC . pledged to support the war ; and he would not
orrite.eto. now flinch fronV doing wha was indispc mWy
f Mr. Stow was opposed to the resolution 5 w" luaispensipiy
L .ucuuvcnucc u wouiu occasion to mem-; Mr Rakdolph observed, that it had lone been
'- .bers t the nossible intemmtion ir vn r ikc in - -. ! ihi hu wnj, wcu
" . ----- ,--r- - - ... a ,C;.civea opinoii amor.tr those who had studied
J tt then:,ureofPthat curious" animal ma" fhaMhe
' ' 7 4 & U,1C5S oc,jre was alway time enough to do whatever men wefw-
. Two or three other gentlemen spoke for and that he w?
H.iurUUUU, WIICII WU. AAMOLPH TOSC h dl9fl nMlima mkan I !. . .
; nd .aid, that h. admired the candor more than hu onon V , ' 7
, of. the; gentlemen and .'tSTiS
: the pwleraenwho advocated the resolauoni their :bJnlor1MVOMfre S",
r diKlniiatej were more broad and nlain than he r ,i. .k.;..r aK ''
. - . v... v.vvl.uua congress , though actual v-in scsinn Tnr iwflv.
!n Virginia, North Carolina and Tepnessee-Elec- Lu' nf:,u. IL " 70T. 5Welre
hecr.ilv disnosed to. rlf w,-mM rn .nu
-ki niiit tilt ti aai
as willing to vite lor taxes, and yet says
tions, the result of which would determine the Ds the UxbiU No .Srfw m pT,""16 '
rj: -'-r .u . f pass me axouis. No Sir (said Mr. R.) them ne.
iwuw wnipitjii ui me iiexi congress, tkh nav- ; viP w;ii h time tin it Qu. ,l
Weaken place-f the election in one. and that hi' A llM'n!w5ri tbtJ of
the bnrest. fVirA.not heino till Am-il V r i". "' ",m tu mwn ev fund time
Vi t r S ,ftpra' ia avom when he Had a strongdhinclination to act and nV7
the double difficulty of Riving offence to the ortho. ' ...... eM evAm it b n . 1 l,' P,
dox supporters of the Continental French System, ! t.liLWt' Wl ,h"
ard of Jewing the public credit unsupported, it i
ponement of the act fr tienon impi taticn law
An attack was made' on the 2?d of January,' oa
" the American troops ulfr'tT.I'c'ommand of Bur,
ocn- wincnester, oy Uoi. i'roclor, 'at French
town, on the river Raisin, about ,25 miles from
Detroit The enemy's force! 100, that of Col, Proe
tor about 300 troops of the line and 600 Indians.-
Meturn ofFrisonera Taken. I brig, general, 1
colonel, I majoi, 9 captains, 6 lieutenants, 10 en
signs, 1 brigade major, 1 adjutant, I quarter mas ,
ter, 2 surgeons, 27 Serjeants, 43s rank and file.
After the battle great numbers of more prison,
ers were banging in by the ? Indians. They took
another army, viz. ftOO large hogs from Kentucky,
and killed 100 men that had them in charge.
- A large body of Americans are advancing to
wards Chicago, on lake Michiiran and the In.
dian Chief Murpolot, with 200efTndians from the
Mississippi, have gone against them.
: We hear that Gn. Harrison, with hi dm
sion pf the army, were withitr five or ft., day
march of Gen. Winchester, in a swrving condi
tion, and surrounded by-Indians.
tior of the momemous rci4j . 'v
has been renewed T111 t which q k
tude now belong ''J
shrink, if I had I ie?s fa1 com
enlichtenerl nA Z "ancc onfhe aunnA- ? "
deepl, a convicionT ZU.LP.. S fa
. (union, is staroKa ith ,. al0,t in
wmcn.mis war is distinguished i VKaras
It was not declared on .h... . .
until it had been Inn,. 7 thV.$
. - m. h iuc i ii 1 rhn ,
--) in rta
.i i ' . . a
77.? 7 . 1 e-until argument'. V.'b
iui4.ionsnaa been exhansti w.-,
claration had been receive ..... . Ps,lv
. - t - - - i:iai inn ... .
voking.t would hot -be discontinPM r,on
last appeal could
ppeal could no.lonirirf Iw-'j0!!"'
breaking down the spirit.of the nation J' Wnht
all confidence in itself, Knd its poSid.
and either perpetuating a" state of kT'
fenng, or regaining, by more costlv sacr r ,
more sevrr(:KiriiiTi.0 . '.
. ui losi rank and
among independent powers.
un tnc issue ot the war are &tak.-1
sovereignty on the high seas, and the
" Ogdeksburch, feb. 8, l8l3.' On the 4th
inst. a party of U itish crossed the river St. Law
rence, to-k a few prisoners, carried them to Brock
ville, and confined them in jail.
M Onth 6th inst. about 10 P. M.I' left this
place with a part of my Rifle Company and a par
ty of volunteers, for the purpose of retaking the
prisoners aforesaid. .. ,
We marched about twelve miles up' the river
St. Lawrence, to Morristown, on the American
side, by one o'clock in the morning, where we halt
edafew moments, and then' marched over the
river, which is about one -mile wide at this place,
on the ice ; about 3 o'clock we surprised the Bri
tish garrison at Brock ville, where we took 52 pri-
sorters, amongsi wnoru were l Major, J Captains,
3 Lieu'enants and 1 Surgeon's Mate, and 134
stands ol the arms taken with een Hull at De
troit, and two barrel ot musket cartridges, all of They have retained as prisoners of war ci;,'
t."iu' c uiuuguL am uii.piace Dy o;next mor. I vi me unuea Mates, nothabl to be so conH-rff
under the usages of war.
."They have refused to consider as pfisoners of
war, aa tnreateneu to punish as traitors and dc-
an .important chsS of our citizens.
tions give the proper value to those 0r everv 2
class. Not to contend fnr nrh ! ' 01'
rtnder our htt&rtS?
mnt common .to all anA vJM.. ., . ' "?, ?
tie which every membet ur the
protection- I need ot call into Wew the .iSJ'
ncss oi me practice, fiy which our ':
forced, at the will T
. .""" "nfifOthcer. fiv
their own vessels into foreign onesnor paim u
outrages inseparable from it. Th iwJr. -
l the recordsof each ucietsive:tdramwirrJ 3
our govtenment ; and the cruel suffering of til
portion cf the American people have found thA
way to every bosom not dead to the sympathlarf
human nature. '
As the war was just in its origin, and necm
and noble in its objects, we can reflect will
proud satisfaction, that, tn carrying it on, non
ciple of justice or honor ho. usage of civilized mi
tions, no precept of courtesy or humanity ia.,
been infringed. The war has been waged on cif
part with scrupulous regard to all these oblirWi!,
and in a spirit of liberality which was .icversiv
passed. , . : - ,
How little has been the effect of this cxatne!
j on the conduct of the enemy !
ning the party having performed a tnarch
through the sno-v that night of about 28 "miles.
We. had one man wounded, and the British one
wounded, they being so completely surprised as j serters, persons emigrating without restraint
internal till those elections were over. This I VTZLL lJr
4a.,r ra ivjay the
icbed a fee
fm a few
for the da U r I V u.t, nauon wnicn was
ior uie aay is h-Kt,,i!i,trT mat- iu.. . .
A5,r said Mr P a, i, Uar
iposition of taxes would have no . r. ,.iL . r . . ' ' -
wj,r. idiiui)n coiiKjsetf, mat the aspect, hich
not tn ha VP- tim n ir.pt hnM rvf fhiv m.Yi.
14 The troops behaved extremely well, iir obev.
trig orders, pressing forward with undaunted cour
ajje, treating the prisoners with ereat hostutalitv
and in paying dae respect to private pfoperty, -
BlvNJ. r QKbY T U, Cafit..
U & Fiflc Company.
Mm. Geo. ..D'aAbo-rk ." -
,V known that the imposit
- J v-i:jtl.
execution of;whkh the gentlemen on, the other! k C Uang" ' ,e "Phended, that
,-.i,l anA nrtL ki- .u. " X'-.e' V: "Mhe government would dmaolve vt,.v owning
, ..W..V.. ...v.v uuwiij uidii ine noBoraoie t,-.- i n ,ehT',n u j- . .
Timber from Tennessee, had screwed their Jj. l,! Und"sl '
ty Couraffe tothe stickmir t ace" nav. th v hiti . 1 israppreirei-.a, or
t !. ,e . , . " . I imisconstrue nis wnrvr iNq h .l . -r..
i nseu, wnicn oearstoo strone marks of t nutativ . . . 'V. .v ",c ne
'. ,a .... . -. - . . . . r
parent to he miitakeri forfsalt) are all proposed
; a u oe posippienjiuine:jviecrion ra over. But no,
said the gentleman from Pennsylvania, the next
congress may not be so well ortranized rp-a?
jinis must mean;aomethini-Noi ore mix d as1
FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 18J3.
i.mwttujiiHiiucdu ne nation in wai', an
tborised military and naval preparations, that would
vi,kl "iwavi aj,irm urou-v the ciutitrv
aiuiiunicw luana wnicrt oncevrould h
the credibility of the blindest, and
blwell as siUx hd lhrefi ihe.lorabTeLntw:' "'.rmt andean, unfcmited.
iitVm p.nl.tiu.i,:, . tt .. iitte mainematicai lines nrodurVrT.r'n" h'A,k'r.j,
21 ."wj"ui iiiiiiiv ucucr io nave it cont 1 j- - . l nw?,
if by iheesentcongress, who-are sufficiently orfZ' 'f nV l'PP?y the ms
ft si'zeu, ami wno nave the will as well nbeTTa'i . 6 sflM5lw7
?3 IWer to lay taxes.: Con Americans,' 9aid .Mr. Jl'?.,10 lh e"tmy ?. wfs jt u ih-v
KbeimnosfduPon bvso dWrf. .i.ki- i '"tu vuz peace x would it not as such be
Contemptible a feich as this V If the Dublicood ' v . UJ- suirenaer, or to the protraction of.:
- Hiwijw'ii'.tB, uy MoiuraiiZdiii
4,nto oar political family, and finning under iln
authori'.y of their adopted country, in open su
honorable war, for the maintenance of its jiij.
and safety. Such is the avowed purpose oi' n j7.
ernm'ent, which is in the practivouf. m:on!i'ir',
by thousands, citizens of other counirits, en no
pnly of permitting, but compelling ftvft a fl.r
it$hattks against ttrir nauee coomry
- Tliey have not, ft is true, taken into theip fr,rj
hands the hatchet and the knife, devoted to indis
criminate massacre, but they have let lyosf iha
savage armed with thess cruel instrurnenis; have
allured them into their service, and cbrrietl them
to baftle by their sides, eager to glut their savie
thirst with the blood of the vanquished, and to Ss-.
rsh the work of torture and de-ath op. tnainicd and
defeficeleSs captives. And, what Was never before '
seen, British commafJders have extorted victory
over the unconquerable voter of our troop. by p-e-senting
it to the sympathy of their cliisf awaiung
massucre from their savace associates.
Congress have, granted to the officers and crew I And now we find theni, in further cottferniif nf
ot the Innate Constitution, one hundred thousand ' the "modes of honorable warfare, sOpplyinjj t!e
dollars; thit is 5a,QpO each for the destruction of place of conquering foe, by aitempts'fdaisorg:pa ,
the two frigates, the Guerriere anl Java. Twer)- i our politicawciety.to drsmernber our colif;lt
ty ix thousand dollars have also been voted to ihp J ted KeDttblic llanmlv. like others, these will ft' :
lave sliofkei I officers ?nJ crew f the Wasp for the capture'' of 'coil on -the authors : but they mark the (legend
,V)Uch th ! tue Trolk. - - r . .. u j councils from which they emanate : and if they !id
. , J i uui ttiiuii t a acnes ui uncAimpicii ini.uiia..'fc'i-'--
Certain inttlligcnce ha: been" received that the ' miglit excite the greater wonder, as pn.eefdr
The mat io the northward of this place still
continue irregular. Within fourteen days there
have been but two or three arrivals.
As an act has been passed Convening Congress
tri ths t h Monday of -May next, of course the re
gular period of electing representatives f.ona this
state must be anticipated.
the Prussian general. Yorke, w ijh 30,000 men, has fi om governmenr wliich founded the vety sr
a-urtuuiitu tac rrcnen aro gone over to the 1 us
si a us.
requires i?, sir. I should n-. hanr,nr.A ,n . B. "'sxnoos, aisgract iul and imbecile
. .. - ... . rr- " ir. Ih.moaenw. I.... ,
. w u nets UUU -IJIIC ICil-
On 'the 22dnK the Liri ish attacked and carried
V' v't t,,J 'u,b A-dp1- l oi-sjiir, ai'er cCHHei)(;(nc: a
,..iu..u Hum me ou iui jeis 01 in
'.'it8'i?em as this in enahl. m'. tr. U.,,A ..
- v w iiuaiu uu a lime .1 . ... - --r -
vreurctoi- popularity. .1 desire to meet the meas' 7.1 777 777. , " 7 7 to JOM
rill no- t .r-.uc as a musine 01 the vAk and
manner in which the war was conduct.
ared he would be among the lst to
saceful. or even dishonorafi!. n.a
He conjured ffentfeirnn to lay inside the warmth
andpissin, whhh somtimes grows out ,cf,.,tlM:'-ar
dour of debtei and vteVy m a ' calrnrc aoti A-ujyWvtjf
object - that of i ''"r "t'me against sUperbr mirnkt:, mad
s house' and of 1 831x1 Uis retreat wkh th5 to?'of men in killei
IS, th3t aS the-hortnrahlt' nrMtlkman
from MassaclHise'tts said the o'her day, if looks
fjOhe wav and rgws anotberr-sa,: while itpu'-yjrt
Vtrne to carry it now" Into effect, ,its real intention
;i3, and that interitian is avowed by rentletnen,.to
put off the suspension of.the nbn Tmportauon act,
nand to pos'pone the iayintr of necessarv iW mr
nother congress will be called support these
grnn and their-measures. ' 1 .' . ! 1
Air. Grundy, rose to' justify, and contained
ythtu the honorable gentleman froni Virginia had
thro'.vn out inVlfMiatiobs ' 'not Warranted "' hv iri
J.fr' .''""y) expressions. He aain.declaVcd
U'onsidered jt.attwoimonths might produce import
Uh WUW ''-'h foreign relations of the
pounrv. he thttUffht it vnnA r-,o-. ft.- ..1-1..
rr r . r rr. . v - r
'Sttssioh oi;. congress. 'I;-l.UMr.-:
','ard, of i ying that he
gam rose for the purpose, he
he had oWe no' insinuation tW
Vggestion,in relation to. 'any cewteniU - h'iT
ma their own wor'ts he had talcpn j
waratidhsthere wa net occasion fcr r,.i,i;n.
it nls, lhe srentTSiiieii had left hi
i. -r .. ' .. , ivjiii 171
vm.wm , ineir ciiscjosurehad been too nlain
jrtratoryprofessioti of a willingness to vo'e fr a
Iter .ituTrn iUa . .. ; ' . ' 1
r i". uc n imporuTion- w, Air. R.
gtve it no credit for sincerity when jtwasa'c.
manner the situation to ....which thev woufrt vnh,n.
the execiuive. If he give them a treaty which
th-.y were to tell him was disgraceful, end incon
sistent with the lofty lanjuasre thevhal hM k.
would answer.- Yon have brou-ht the natfon in
to this evil, be the jn of all on your' own heads."
.;.ner wnsiqeration .Mx, K. said) had weiffht
with him j another mcasuTe, not ctcmaudiid by
natioral interest, had been postponed, no d0u!)
for the S4mc motives the . Witoo Claim Bill. He
was nnwilUne tosee congress -TOetrtnTt those
craving claimants, whose stomachs' were staved bv
the promise, that the house would at-nenfMSsio'.
glut their ravenous appetites with t the proWrty of
the nation, to gratify ths cupidity, t..- rather tb
kpavery oftheirclaitns. ' ;
EVACUATION OF SPAIN BY-THE KRSKC'H
7 . trojps .; :; . .'
The leports-in circulation of the evacution of.
S;?hin by Uj- French, are.amply confirmed by the
AfliMilaJLIaoianail-iof- to Cdayr This is the
best comment we can make on -the .recent clo
lUHiMiwiigcnce .worn MUJSia The tyrants's
nam c. vcry instant We mav eXDectifS
Ol Al.-s'nia Kttvinn. KtTJI.. J J .
which it has been - j ig ..engaged, on a chytf
against tel3iHorganiziiig anJInsurrectiowtTtoiicf
of its adVe rsary. -
To render rhe justice of (he ifar on ;otr jfthe
ntore eonspicuo,us, -theeluctanceio-einiini-BLe il
was fo.'bwed by the clearest and 'strongest m:'
ifest.tion3 of a disposition-. t$"rrest -i:s fr.'gii -''
The sword was scarcely but of the cabt-aid, U
fore the. eaernV was aMrized of the reuboO'-'1!
The Fcamen's bill has passed both houses of, terms on which- it- would be fe.'bheathcd. ''
congress. ' j more precise advances were repeated and hr-t
.- ar jbeen. received in -a spirit forbidding: every re!ut
The National Intelliiiicer announces th tteatfc-Tiot nhced on the nuTuarv resource of the rati"1'' -
AtTJuel Barbw, esq. at a small town a few miles i
U,wwriPow in PoUhd, ott hisftturn irofd - vyUhi' Itne war to an honorab'e issue. 'Our nn-ioj- s.
toParis.. ; vl iw'
Hi composed of a treve, a. free, a .virtrous ;'"
pn jnlcUigcnt people. Our 'counuy ; nboinifls :p
the necessaries, the. arts and the comforts 1 I'M"'
A. - geatrnl-prosperity is visible in tjepuiilic ccf'
fenace. ' -The means employed. by tlve (JIr. cablet ;
to undermine it, have recoikd on themseb'" ;
given to our national faculties a more rapid &?e
lopement : and .'drainirigjor diVf.rting the jro'.
metals' from Brii)sh circulation and '.British vsuit-s.t
have poured therrtifito. tliose of .the United St?l
It is Xpropitious consideration, that art -una vow
able wai hould have found this sea.soiiahle h'-'W ,
fr the contributions rtfl iired io snj'pft it. . 'h':n
the public voice' called tbr'wjr, nil kniw
know1, that without th,emifc(y 'id, not '.kjcarwed
ihno-li ihe nerlod which if n.iL'h' Hst : 3id '
KaiMnham. the food sense, and tne.manif -i'
of our Yellow citirenS are pW.i f r the ckH"
ness with which thty .wril bear each his -r1 ,
the common burden. 'To renVer the war .
and its sncress sure, animated"'nd. sysuroanc
eriionsTTrTeare ne ssary an(t tbc-fiucciis-
our arms now miy Ion preserve our country ;j p
the'necessity eanother-resor: roalitm. . .A.'.' , -have
the L'allantexploltrnf our naval hcroes rrv;
. The followirrj ; appointments of msjo-eneTals
hv been' male' and approved r J.ime Wlichunn,
Wm. If Hfdrrison, Win. h, D 'Vie, IVuds HptkH
ton, rfaronOf(Ten, 'AIorgjri Lcvju, , . , .
Governor Ilawkiiis hjs issued Uh iclamation,
clirf-ctiog rtn elecji n tor . reivrfsematives to con
gresb to be held 'on, Friday, the. 50th" of Apiulifesft.,
'. y ' Wasiun'.gtok Cirr, Mirch 4.
A twelve o'clorj'; this d "ay,' J a 5i " ks M a bmon, the
President of the United States elect,- having at
tended at the Capitol for- the putpose of taking
the oath ofpffic'e, delivered to the v,ist concourse
of , people assenihled on' the occasion the following:-
. " - , -i . - '' - -.'
' SPEECH: -i-'7
About to add the solemnity of ah oath to the ob-
ittration imposed by a second call to the station, in
wfecn my country heretpfore placed me,T find, in
M16 presence' of ihis "Respectable assmbty7an'((ipT
portunity of publicly repeatinj my profound sense
!Hcj oiatinguislied a coohdence, and of the resnon.
I. the impressions-on me
sanguinary careerjoT Europe is near its rmirn,i Ltwit.
rtfi. nnH K. ntMtii... i- . a i
' KWrv' in., . "vv. ., ,.. .9.w"gMiucu uy kcn aneviaence, that JTiVTeU'rio tnc .worlru,,,c,,wa''M1J-
- ...f,...Hv c MJay cxpeci0 near laitblul endeavors to
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