7777 :-7- --'77'
tftTvl Mr; Madison mlfctit very safety lenew flie
- arm jpftfe!toitftt;rs and teliow
lu.xr,f his sincere desire to adjust alldif
f rences, anjlo aettleahe terms of--.faendljLand.
r1 -c3n tieVti i -rote rcouj se. jl-Ur.iBdi!nr4'
yt Vh'ie he cotvttnued to inViH;.n the relinquish
'tritsat '-fHnptea menu of . . B i itis,H t seaiyien from
ilmtfftaot thss of citizen, whose occupation j gtve
the proper Value to UrosCTrt every ..-other class.-
: 7 :;: 77 '7v -TrTTr. crito
," " " 7 j -, '' Baltimore federal Gazette
fcUPP-asfe CAN At) y-CON'QUER EDW
.If th- present Vermont State managers were
as honest as Governor Galuslia, And would hold
the same language and breathe the same spirit,
there would soon be a union of honest men.
There would be hut one par ty, and that would be
M for fieace on juni and reciprocal terms." It 13
American merchant vessel : a. renunciation which
be.asmoiiy certain would' neer be made i a
romtneiauon wich; he iKwcoijiivliiis 40, jn.On.
as the 04utiiipn of p ace ; as it is the only fe
tuYinine .alleged cause or pretence for-persisting V ' 7 . 7-" ftet number of sailors, o;,iy ten or twelve instan.
iA'r fhAvar . which therefore musr continue! on,y f,,r Vmont to speak:fhrword, and it.s done. f , im.irp-fnf,r rnitid L ennmRrM .:ini!
f Vthirin the four comn ye.is of Mr. MadisouV fe ''""ty rallr MthecaioN stak. I f fi wJ. o lUc me5 of. bringing the
.. ..a.-.ul..i. r 1Dof the Constitution, as New Enelatd, New., r J L .:.
- nrcsiaency-riiitics iut: wvupic, 111 mjl . . , , , , - , enqiiry to a certain lesw.mmK ceai- 10 siuoin-r
. their-' riKhiful and cousatuuohal powers compel. ,v--v.-r, """"7 I the nvesiKStion, may we not te terse tlu hy
. at Oil VJMI A lit B IUMVI Lli'S IVUV vtiv UV.UVI"
ningshieid, a detHocratick senator, wpoSe umdr
as well as hirmelf have been in cxtenVivc cym
inerciil business from the cyinmenccroent l the
wai could quote only the sime number of cases,
twaorTthfee of which ere disputed 4)y hiscuL
M r rSiagTjjera"genf le man from tfie Soulh-ShorW
which fuinishts an' immense number of sailors
could furnish two instances only, within his know!
edge, and none other wete mentioned,. by any
person- Now thervtF in one cf the ' represents-
live orancnesoi a state wuicn supplies uie urea
repo.rt lately, madrl Ws po'mr '
sativesof thii t t cf - . - VM" ci rear.. . - -
wv.vv ui i 11 i,VeaM .. t
uuistaMn.ftjetail of thl. ..,L" " ",ls ra
mportani, they ciuRht ol to be . ar Ihty -lr
may not howov.n k ... e,C4tnint n
observe that oat 7, ,
Ployed annually by 50 different .n.
for the 15 yca an aS "rc!,arrts: " -kin)?
000, mere were mfr
British. Ofth8se iVon, w"S by th
tuMi, 11 una oeen t un
t evi U we have suffered' (v
him to mtkfr peace. "l, -7 " j pothf sis nf the con
, , Wuh rnf personal knowledge of the characters ' continued, till we have con-,, . hteen t-
,ud -conOocr of the men wh, fo, twelve years have Jd " ,h fom jf the 8e.-It will not I Un fr-n Ma5suthu
' dheTnTeroTe all the, suits ;
antl .vuh ihe evi.'encts exi"u.'g of the real origin
of 'tat w;ui-c.f wnich the ulkgtd causes were
but pre'eo'fes. 1 nave 'hid no hcitathn in nro
Du ci"giL aV un .ecessary, unjust, an$ now es
At;l ptcisHv, a., ytti-on and profligate war. ' v ith
I" , sui-ti views of.-he nst-irq, and ''origin of the war, ii
will te impossible tor me, as a rnemner 01 tne
Maii nl Lic(sla:ut;e, to ive my vote, for men
ot rtoi-ev o c mtiMiie it. W hae,en that the
men who declare warieakrtur ol iosmg ittlTrf
pop. Urity and ri hazarding the reeleciton of Mr.
Madi-o:. last'yecr ' rt-.d' to 'aT the tax.s in
disptnsAlily nectssary to Support it, or even to
pay the itnerfst of the monies losrfced frtha,tpur
p-se. : Ywnh r essio lias passed away,1 and utill
no tiX's'ltHve- been hid althouih taxes at'ine,
ai d thoi. heavy -?eypniT rIi example" can furnish
fund eq ial to'tlie redemption of the enormous
public debt the have ! incurred and are iricur-
xin?v. '. ; ... .... r ' . . v
It is n acknpwledppd m?ixim, founded in reason
and txp-rience, that funds, actually provided tar
the reimbursement of public loans, are essent'iHl
tot'ie eabli'jhnierit and support of public credi'
Th j-.eth'-rtfsire wjjo lend their money to the gov'
eminent wi'iKout such " f milsand so vfithout any
Brcurity, ac.ing with their eyes open, will mtrit
&iM;aAidfcrat 0.1 h 'reaftjiTTjVLl! il be said that
tiie taiih of the United States is filled for the
We may sacrifice three armies a" yearj for ten
years to come, in lhg.wilderneS3 of west, and it
wtll(not give us one inch more of canvas on the
oceaaNay,even if we were loeoKQufcR Canada,
(which would be possible, if we hl mt-n at helm,
capable of conducting a war againit afiy, but
their own citizens) even then, sT
Instead of extending our power on the ote
we should abandon it
. fnsiead .QiTpfMecting our own citizens, we
should have them, butcluted io Canada-.
Instead of protecting foreign seamrh, we should
drive : our own into foreign service -
Instead of building jjpajEayy, jwejhulddes
troy "If - ," v
Instead of asserting oHr maritime rights, we
should surrrnder them to the Bri ish
Tistcad of being, able tofightbur tray on the
ocean, we should be blocked up in our own har.
J pothf sis nf the commodore srrd say-Th-t if
is many seamen as wtreta
chusetts, have been .. .impressed
the number isveiy much
slvirt ol what any Americaniias im?trincd. fc
the suggestions we mert-Iy add an xiract fr"in
a leit r fiom the hoh. Wm., Gray, esq to l'i
mpthy Pickering, esq written before he changed
hjs politics : '
; " Since the Chesapeake aff'ir, we have had no
cause of coniplaint. I cannot fiad one single in
stance where they, the British, hare tken one
man out of a mrciiant vessels. I Lave hJ more
tjian twenty vesstis arrived in that tiroe, wi houi
one instance of a man bring takn by them.
Three Swedes wefe uken out by a Trench fi'.gait
I have made inquiry of all the masters that have
frivcd4n "this -vicinity j -and cannot find any com
plaints against the British crujsers
(signed) W GRAY."
The above, gentle reader is a true extract from
a letter from Mr. Gray to Mrf Pickering, at a tim?
when the latter was a senator. The object of
payment of 'he, loanjs 1 8 VinU"ratihfiledgfd
' to. redeem. the 'C'inental Money, wluch Congresi
. ;iastied. t the a notiht of two hundred "mtHioriS'of
dbllarsc to 'carry oh the war ol our revolution, a
I ju and necessary war : yet that pH-dge was never
Jklarch 8. 1813.
Ought the tVar to be further firtBecuted ?
CRITO o", I. '
The President f the O'itfd States in his late
iiauural spfch, which i as trm-if b'e for the
JhtcnVper'ance r.f it? s y lr as it is for i's series
r 7 1 -, t li 7 . i which was to show that British Impressment was
Inj.tead of our Hags bung able to protect, all, lT . . no
that sail under it, we should have no flag on the 7
ocean to sail under : -
nstead of enjoying a fl unshing 'ommerce, rr,t 4, . JL
1 -,11 . n -,u 11 . r .u 'Vr. Tagkertt Letter, setUm? the que alien of It
our trade would be 41 cut off with all parts of . the 1 . 7 -. , , y
WOl'ld " I raamcmv,
. . I We are now at war wiili Great Britain, in or
- Instead of a rich Treasury and a growing Reve ' . . . . , . ,. . ; . .t . .
, ... ... " ider tv, c mel her to relinquish the riuhrof ira-
nue, we should have empty faults, no reveeue, no ' . n,; ,u- r . u 1 '
. . ' . ' . ,7.- prcssment. this righ' Great Untain says she
credtr, andlocTowrrallra tleprr.ciating-tonunefl- r rrrr, , " . 7 . .
itliuVu B r tiit r f r wtwrtrt r 1 1 r rr V, S-a w. . . . .
r illicit in u vrur vi ii'm,' inni: iici . wj iCMvuubC II
quences. even ofa sue ;. . h 'r.L.u,,., u
i r 1 k ? V l this ,here is a' Prescnt but l P ith &e p .it and awav
1 i u
Can any Aeilcn h, . 1.1: " "l1rtii-
the base art. fhu hh
hrm, m order ,o mislead him u;,n th
?nd:. he h ive any coofi.lenct :n he m ' J ,'"'
have thisgnS4y decei-d hW. ? Can l,e "il '
conth.u a w,r fr v mere .6,iPAcl p, lo
simpl!- q-ies'ion of right, an4 tHt att .inn'nJ' ?'
.w.nich is .nre than d-uiVful ? a w ,r vvhi,';, r
iT ls object no- the pro'ertioi, nf our v'ri
and privileges, lm the ricrvs an 1 prv,
ioreigners ? The qm-s.um'U novv hirij
us, and we must cacii1 answer. Tor the flerlri'wa
m ke, to our consciences, nil to our God. (j -
The address of theL eisMture of ir;n,...i7.7
he voluntetrsin the N rMi' Western
questing them,toconttnue thcirservct-s mnnth
where h-ad ofa t'urd:, Scotsman and Ah -fr'
I wat in (he blustering month of Murcn, oil a
col I evening, Thomaj came in from p,'
a', which. he had to led-fr tn earlv d.vn. - n 'y'
put up his horses an 1 gears, he 'made hit ar,p-:,p.'
ante in he room wht-re the fire was, in th,. c ,r.
neri f which sat hit wif7 at the spinning vt ,
' Thonjaa (iay the wife) ye are w?t Vnd f m
dry you he so ,;o;. hs to -take u, h h.i-ke?' '
and bring ns miny dry firats ..s will mAe a S Md i
fire.'' 'fhomn, a good ooedient.cr-'ature' cun.
plied j and w is driving up a jto iltQ a if.iit
benefi' from His hbor, when th wiTi ii.-k'.f9r.
ther "fi.mcts, yc are wcty an i am. .rf-v, v.i!
yu-beSQ ..gadasiotake up the pail, ir" to th'
iveil, and bring in as much walrus w il smt the
tamily for th.2 uiffht. " Thorn
even, will not be cotiq terd, in a hurry
rate we hive gone o!i. hit.herto.it wi.l be along
job. And it will lie'a FAT JOB' fcr Gf-neralv
and Colonels, and C"nr' acers,. he 8cc. but it v ill
entail misery m.i wretche-ln s- woir..!s 'eath au;
sorrow atul mourning. FAXEH-'Snd RUIN, tvov
OUR D8 VCTEQ CcWTBT 1
, ' iVaahihqtonhn.
. prospect on our part. But even supposing there
Ncwweit tfic War awrsi that the-Af.
fice-HoU!ti$ mote on the alert in lbs dark,
ofur.tx in pled inrO'iHi?inrics," has rn'id? another jthey are active and ' pttrseverinV, iieyoird any fjr
zppA :,o ih: finM'iout i ( pe-jpU, or to excite j mer example, -l'hic reasons a1 c oovious. Their
thsmo prosre ure tns p ernt w , in order to ' t atur is such ss will not bear a pu'dic examina
tVjjjfirf rvU'' list rank !' jvoefi among inderjen lion thy can assign no reasons to justify the
'deu paw'trs ' 1 h qu.s io! is Mikfd, ' o'ght'war, 'mt wht can-be-answered
thn tvacl ,l, anr(o l,r a- refit -a t'-i j't-e P'ssi I'het know, Mist their o;.ly chance of sacccs
font's favorite mr d- of ' ron .4ut.':i- ig i' "b .attempt se$. now that h& people- are' beginning to ... hir-k
Inv: to invade the terrifme ot W arrabl'e jfor themselves, is to work in the dark This is the
Abighbu-s.) hi disgr-u-eful ar fiu-th-.r to.be pro-'j reason - why thrr keep all their
. B-cuttd' V No more mom n'Ur tr ek ion -could -stories to them-elve and heir p r f.
b pioooufided to th- ciiiz n .t . U.-Uf d SiBics. ! iln'm ra-.her. -i secrtts. than 3s . trvths, which
r'At this p csent :im 1, New York, Ne w Jersey, 7rg!;t u be op n as .day They wilt say nothirg
'D 1 vii r. ani the Nrw hpl-md States 'ave de 'v pu'ilic, till il is too l.rte to Circulate an antidote
ji 9id J;y'arinst hW iUfed wii. What an aw
; ftd r?ponsiblitv to be ub.iared to wage an in'er
$ trJt,qbie wr m the.expecU.ion of ' reg. ining our
f I6ratk an.4 r v.w.a am i.id, peo,'ent pow J peace ! ivhen'.thev know 'hat eace is neither ex
ers V, pjrii'. ii i Is when it Is. rectlecttd, th.u if p'-citd'n t intf n ten. TH.riRL WIiL BE NO
rtrtheir'-falsfehooil and pobticsl oisons.
Bu! thet will run. Mid tid :, lVm L)n to Beer
shtbi ; ;k) (hey wijl srcretly cry" p-ace I
S WfrtiiJVf: ios ou- ratik ana. rcspecafU- y r
. 4 amy! fnm nur mean rnap,'iauc.rs it the
3 r;riu eqoirtuons ot iniU ifvedt enemy ot.'nan
JkitKl- Bonaparte. Our dispute with .Great Bri
1 Ui'i is now reduced to a single p in! ; ilntis
I svhether that nation has. not the rigt-,-- of ivctjvei
'Jhg from our mt rcii mi-men, 'n lite hih es, her
V uaturul horn subjects, sai'or;, to have de
I arte! hr, at the 'imr when tihejr n.tiv courtry
atter the war nad continued live or seven, or ;en
yt jTs, Giet Britain were, to fin I it expcdi&m to
pu chuse peace ai the" exprnse ofthi principle,
would the object when obuined 1 e worth the cost ?
Is the peace and happiness of seven millions of
peovde, is 'he bliod and tnasure to bs expendei)
in this contest, is ttv ..'depopulation ?md destine
tion of our seitpo.ts, are the habits of idleness 'en
gendered by this war, ard the contipjion of cur
morals, to be viewed as nothing when put, in com
petition with the possible attainment of this object-?
What is thf principle wt wish Great Britain
to rv..nuuce i The right ol taki ig her own seaniti.'
from ur merchant vessels Ad why do we ask
her to rtn-nincc this right Because in the exer
cise of it she" has sometimes committed mistakes
and ins ead of taking hr own seamen, has takei,
I American seamen. N.w, in orcUr to 'estimate
tlec.ionering j correctly the importance to us of the principle
1 hey lelate ! j.,r lVi,ich We are contending, ought we not first t .-.
w ihh carefully the evils to which we areeposetl
in the ursoitrand to balance tliem ith those we
now suffer, or are lik. ly to suffer, from yielding
the. principle to Great B tain, and then todetei
mine whether our honour or interest invite us to
con'inue thii content ?
The question has. been often asked, JIow many
of our seamen have been impressed into Ihe.ser
vice of Great Britain ; and of these ho.v many
are now detained inert, or nave Qeen retuse
le-ive to returh u)on applications made io have
them restored I To settle this point with any ut
give of certainty, we ought not to rest satisfied
with general statements, with round numbers ,
we ought to enter into the detail ot lists and cal
Ih an ivs nf ie
was back.agM.T, ad Ulore a third r q-wsi nl!
be pTjurtrd, poured tiie co;itVn:s ,f t inibp.
on the heart of thi g ioJ lady ' Auv Pt?u. p
are wet a well as I, y t,4 vlftny g0 anu 0l iest
ofj-our work yauratlf" ,
Wlun we' come to raise the m . u in G'.l ',!
late requisitions of his excellency, .iv . G vni r,
FliAC, while tls war supporters can get oies.
'. ' From the Aw oic Evening Posh -a
Tig art's J.e'tCr m Jus Constituents.'
Wt imve rceivedlhis highly valuabir let!er in
a pamphlet and sn ui ray lustiore onr .e-t ers as ,hat arc orescnted to us. and-examim
s on as poi'.le- It is devoted to the nflVir of I frtr rtl ..rscive- When we are ' told that" thousands'
Wassfiuggling for h- roxvn exigence ? nd' whe7-'nP,ej-'n'.ni, Lr ; htch we are at war. and sum s f ur eamen ha veheen impressed fiom on bpara
ngh" is just , ground hy document y...evidcnoe, that n'.ver was a giea
fh'erdoTrnnT-wirbseeut e a -w a w-h e ii ter tmst ajceiLban t uiL.nmcieyjius one 'hic a has
J-.ther the exercise vof'bb
H ' Omme'y.ed ? It m iv b-
I hhf en exerci d by
j - trywas a compo' ent
remarked, that this right betn 80 bwf p"opgatd trouh the 'nation, . lonKj ,n wiai seCiioii of the
ur Wim,Uen Hus c un. hst a Jargt number of -nenca:i sailors are now ; werc ixey . at wral ,jt
pi- of ihe B iiiih "empire. ! se ving agaiiu't their wdl-oiv board British ships!
. - . . . , . . a. i t , - jvu) v..-,.-, -
i and ior cenutriet before ; tht the an-e nghlis r, war. pit.- laggan pre
. . - . .f ....!. U ii. 4 I
our vessels into the service 'of Great Britain we
has 7..,,r.ill 'iff whn tlinv an,! u'lipf ihi-v
uaui i i f ii .. . ...... .. . , . j -. . " - " - -
e country, state or town
time were they unpreli
and in what nans of th.
strbly andsa. tttt ...vheTtreT arscsior-withirUhe territoriv
hiro-1' .kJ most scrupuloti.lv upi.ell by that uslictonly, that ttvi number .-thus 'detained i real-1 0f (;rt: Britain ' If these facts are concealed, or
wtoflel for att-riatiQuu, l-rjuoiand tht i is ac ? U,J" ny one im. gu;u. jter an labo- muy shape .misrepresented, we at once suspect
i qute.Hf.eu in ny ail the mar:imc pOAers ol Europe '.' f' mii'wii w ij!,nif iecoros ,there js an intention to deceive us and are desn
) , WThat a nation'!!), h.s-gristle, wit h hucu n Kouoti. j n.!, 001 orn-M at v ashygton ho say l': J otis ' of obtaining more precise information
I. ltra'M) at its head, who hav bcn 'denounced bv 1 " Ai'nouvrn we near oi me inv inusaivls ol
L th (''rnch minii'er i).tiie'f'. r "if trre-wf'il l. as J 'w,p inipre'veil s-tamen, woo a?je s-Vvj m th se
wiOinot rceningt,' should .ende-.onr v wrts. h- duve
$ -fi ym, the utost ipo enf. n it un'-'eartlvi.knd ai
th7V?',1': f 'he bajoiie.t foo, a ii;jh' which'' she
counter:! as, thr basis ofh?r powrr, is an attempt
whiv-li, evrn-; In this .e of bsurdiijies. no inrcl
tgeri't'.m i mc uld have enticipve. I Oufbi the
r i',hfV rcj hayebfen com ier:ed ot to' be con
ti:i 1 b''use ofthe clnim of Grest. Britain to
tiuTrtgnt i 'p-The-condiJCt Of three .vurcessive ad
In a communicauoir lately made. by the hon.
Mi1. Pfln-iTait. oiember ofconirress from this slate.
cugennsr hells, as thev havc.Jjcen.caU-'i-.Hts-.crmstHuentft-.-bere-are-a irrcat. number of
ri lllilkiliMlvtl IO
r" i.m,u" w-cn-y aim VI, M,lv intercstintr tacts, in relation to this subiect.
eve even to lo'rtv ihansiid, y t come tonoint t.i ... .a., "i- r; .a
, luioivri iudn-.dnds, u is qu--stnnab!e whether vi?Wi UlU;U appe'arSf ,!iat in a rtj)0l lnafc
Ouiiuica toul.t be fies'U'ia'.cu by their names
and . of ab ) le." J W. would recommend
thisl tier 'o erusil of the valiant conirajdore
Rof ers, -ho has la'tly mrned auth or and seems
inclined to nffke up ith his ptji lor rhe. misfor-
It ones of ius svo d, sn,cf who hs inform'-d Mr-
xnintiirt'onssavs No. i'he Pre-.idrt svs, tint 717.li011 'iiat-the number ot impre-.sel Am'-naaii
u tii pr. ofs of tiiis prac'ice are; oo the rocords ! seamen o.i b .ard ntili shus is; mhinteiy g'ea.
ofich7''ceive adiuinist ration nf -;tinrt goveriiH'1'1 'wMathtis bren i .imagiutdV ycorrirl ide
-pirtit y et wie'i frier niihiioio-M'ion feer.- tho',jKht T witl "the "toUwngtfXvriCt from the; Boiion Ceuti
of'ft :tii"g tu w Vr: Iwcau-ie of this prc'ice i a d 7 ,, ... '.r'.. ; ;-. '; -r. . '
... . '-j .'".. . I' I . ... . V ' .,.4' .. r i i.... ...
ui fuiii; " - vv.iuc Mil, pat-m r; a m "i ...!-. .. . - ' ' ,
.wh-jitiver .hightToime'rly h"y tv etr'the,- 6"piniiiv' Jmfiressmvt .To show what little confidence
of jilr. MaJi.Jo's Irien ii-in rel?ard to J hhVdms, the hnnds ol ne admiiiistra'.iih in this state had
tyet.?y-n could, be nardy enough 7f assert, in it i in the policy of .bringing to a d. fi'ii
) .Ok' hs s Wa'iiifWGToif did not "u'ldrtstaiid alvdiextciU of tnb injury ,,rJ British ifh)res
'rirei' ivn'h' th-. -h'nrrynn ifititneS' of 'his beloved (imivtni to recollect that last June a
'diur.tfy '-and where either the one or the- ot tier
. '"Wo, iriichett upon, thavie 'was 'nrtjeiidyio vin
5s7tii,t6 thV; sane .t alt h iXrirdserrn 'r ne 2nzrd
o1 'iVeood TfBiOJt rof jhtcfusive p trib s of
IhA.vdSV W toenrli jvp . the tulorTi'yoRh'ei'jf
fliei of 'iJiuyVfortifitki'h'r thai T"hfs Sue
ute test the
ssment ; it is
liiaddhy.Mr" PicWring, jan.'ahd pa?s-dibe house
of repTesenta ives, to call upnn the ywri "'office ts
if the diiVeerit towns for jemms' of all. persons
f,x...r. .nl.-.l . . n f . !. .. ( ....A 1 . ... x . I
V !" 1'in.i 'i nmj uriiicjr, rcmi nH5, WnQ I13C1
bt ttnmpT-esedrAi trioHon in ttienaw 4jrw?
o la tu 8. was fws'.lipmid. and sleeis o tlm hw
rjnnrih'u-'iidepe.n.'IenrhaUottt?-bv'tnat r no-
th'Hsui of hi war ate si ik-d;.-ur nati-nil sove
tcinry u ihi bin seas eni lUi .ettcuny" of un
Cfs'sor in.nffW: if ;uch Au auihority coulj s
in ft.ied W'-atiy- iipi;uiiiuta he .rightfainpss"-Tb'iHlike one oTOhe most eminent and enter
tnent C'Hiid neither makt us I our rank and prisiri7raerchn in the United States stated llut
h had employed !om 200 to 250 eamen annu
-lly fur-many' years, and that iri? his experience
fife or tij caws ouly had occurred.. Mr. TJrovr
bV the setretary ot slate to cony
months ago, n was stated that the whole numbtr
of impressments between the years 1798 and 1812
was 6257 ; that of th:se, 155' werejjhtn actually
i( iii-bondage" on board Uiiiish sh;ps d wtr ;" and
though applications had been repaudly made
for their !re'l-ase, no restoration could be obtained
ly examining' The. documents .containing a list
of these impressments, it was fouod, xthat of the
63i7 mnv a. a gre3t many more thnonrihiTth-
.i.n ...i. .i .
c si. an -b-joii ice wnt.uicr tne mem :
I aMI.T.Il,.. A..1r1 l.U. i..:n.l.. .1,
WHiJio'uit anu men iiicii is, i-ij cj j
fingnr ss to have the ' cm-it ttfth- fi. il" p .. mi
Oi- Mirir htrdv 'A ' ( Srvrwi
N thc.be times cf difficulty," when the ,
' .0!ii;oeice ol the Un;, t. , 'irome
ubbiuid.iv uu iiic wi;u:i ui mv :ii , ,y,
' b"cm-s necessary that th? 'r,t'vki' p .A.
should devise such pr3ns as ijt r nutr then a
firtlc dependant on for ign comm.irce as p issilve.
rhs'subsct ibt-rs, tvMng to aid ihts i-npor ant Lo'i,
jec'trgive notice tint metitg will 'ie hvld, in
the Court house in the town of Hiilsbo'ou ;"li,jon
the X8th of' May next, for.the purpose ol taking -such
meusjrcs as may be thought necessary to
t stablish a f.,
... Cotton and 'WoojL Factory, "
in said tosyn, or its vicinity v O inhere, 8
those who may wish to becomi mt'' sud in such
an establishment, are invif"' to auild.
Tb-3. C. Riiffin,
James Phillips, 7
April 2. ..
-W i..vViri.-td, "
J h ' r.smphi I!
Hc; T-io.tijiinn .
J'i ,ns.; Al-hine.
William N )'v?-ol,
Arch'd 0 Vuipheft
Dai ' -Y -rjrourjh, . -John
' l'ayl'.r, jun. -
-7 -University. -
TTHR annual ex.tmi,,:!li n of th
X '.he University of North Carolina will
ot Wednesday. :iL.e 26th.ofMay next, and 'iH
continue vUiui I Thursday, the 3d day vf uneT.!
which time the Commencement in the i;ollt;e wtH
ake place. ,Tbe Ibllowing Trustees are pjwiW?"
to attend s ' -
Th1? Rev. Joseph Caldwell. 7
The Rev. Robert H Chpman,
, His Excellency Willhm llawkin
' v , " Thomas Love.
Willi itn Minfree :
:, - '. Frwlerit k NashJ
- Jeremiah Slade, 7 ' ,
' . Benjamin Snmhju
:' ' John Steele, - -
" 1 . Montfort Stokes, .
ROBERT WILLIAMS Sec
March 25,18 3. 7 : 2 -
were duplicate, triplicate 01 quartuplficate qopie
of, the-same, name, and some were repeated fiv
ti'ms ;' 1524 h ad been discharged ; more than
jOO were acknowledged British subjects j 281 had
.entered' voluntarily, 568 were wiihOut documents;
664 had insuflicient, and many fraudulent protect,
tio.is and of the rest, some were taken by the
I renchj some were deserters ; some prisoners
of war; and some had married and set fled in
Great Britain ; -so that of ihc whole number 6257,
isioi uslungTasihefs'ct may;appear;nnbf more than
1 16 ha'ive American seaman, at the farthest,, were
t that time detained on board of British vessels
and-nf these probably all have since been.ieleaseriV
ynnii is wormy 01 ooservauon mat most 01 me
dmve wererciasea -that occurred, not at sta, but
vitnin the territories of Great Britain. -7 f""
Another document, no less interesting than th at
THE1 subscrib-r, :bav.K h'id fetters of An .
istration granted him by ths (:oin.tv -
ol Rowan, at their sesston in -r4'. f
the estate of the late Hamuet osy - -Salisbury,
revests all persons indebted, to s-j
late to coroe iforward and make P" them
who h.ve demands against it . 1 K,
within the time specfied' by Act of.0.
otherwise sajd Act will .be I
March 22, IB 1 3
07 1 M"i.'u!rairr'j
For sale, at this office, .
price i37S-wnts'.'r ;