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FinY, JUNK 16,1820.
' . - ""! Englaad. Three ?esels hare recently
JiALKIUH, (N. C.) M brought io greater or (ess quantitiei. It
sTED w2ekly, at tcoAs & HABVit. is aid, that in LouJon tby coit 69 and a
Three dollars per year, k.i r n on nop ni!f140 anna I frn IE ..,! M
. ir. iv.nanl m advance. No niDer to b i.n . . ..
S tagfe thw three ma,,& after i f a" Pence P" Pce or .bH
0nttnuea b , , . fng 6 oenee beinst the oar. the Ha nr.
;!!Lofihllhve been givca fare consequently 5 per ceat. under par.
thrice for one dollar ; for twenty-five into Eugland has been coogiderable ; as
iSL"'. a more favorable remittance than
touneen. The cash must accompany, hills of exchange, ilallart from South
jjoje from persons unknown to the editor. tAmeriea have also been imported into
k) subscription i -" " JCiaeiano in large quanuues. At JtJue
SSSf .aid they ara7rth only
tinn of t& U.tor. about 4 shillings sterlins. Jn conse-
' ii - . "w,
quenee 01 uuiiiiuui 1010 .ungiauu we
i he internal organ of Bearing, 1s very
plain, resembling that of the seal.
2 The eye of this Male differs from
that of the Ash it being furntfhed with
eye-lids like those of land animals- H
is plain ta every observer that foh havi:
naked eyes, which they can Revet close.
But, anjerson may satisfy timed f.
that the eye-litla of the whale, are as
distinct as those of the cow or the) horse.
3. There is reason to believe, that
this whale feeds upon the molluscous ani
mals living in the Atlantic ocean, and
occasionally driven ashore by tempest on
Long Island and New Jersey. I his is
have heard it accounted for, ,4tot tftttMrt known by the name of the ereat eo clam,
. V , "7- . "r uvr whose shells arc cast ashore plentifully
As Cart Jenkins
In tl,r Ki.sba.ikia Uazette, published ou '7"""7 ol mrj. Qn Rockaway Deach.
,e state ot Illinois, l perceive a let- -'-J --"l " . has explained how tho whale rooted up
imrv S. Dodec, Ksq. Secretary to A . ..vi. t.i. conUined in h mouth, it annears serr
Le Agncultural Society. Mr. Blake.. capital ' aflaatr'fiW:ra)d'' wil- lrobable ,hat the,r visits t, our coast is
,n states, utiu toiiih.i.u, uuui i,ngly borrow it U pay their debts ' but ,or 11,0 purpose 01 ouiainmg tood.
at ten arros of land, the prodigious .he want of eonfideuee oneratea sit " aJ .s Fish have finwith rav of bones,
jnljtyUJSO bushels ot shelleuvcorn, rio impediment between those who havrSmB ,M!m epp -'araacc -r Uut
wins: 135 bushels per acre ; the it, and those who want it. Mant of the tl,e whale has ao fiu,with radiating
Ii -m newly turneu-up prairie : me oants wno ara solicitous to lead, cannot UIIU'"i uimugq mrm. iuvj re,
ai as brought from Kentucky ; it always get paper to their liking. ri.: onthe contrary, m the nature of arma in
,.nuK. in M,nv. in h U ah mt fmr vate eanitalists in some or the northern men, r oi lure-iess in ueasis. a nereis
,3 - .- - ... . - , 1. 1 i . '
I . . ... L ..'ii: - nur rnitmhlaiiii. in Hi .iJiiixi inn ai
4 mart, and was lirce times piousiicu. hwps " "g m on
Thw certainly lra-TltfCUlCU proot Ot iw ; i o r w perk cciu. r-----;rr v -.
Uat that fine countr
jcing by care and
. i a if i .... m a - - a - . - - -
. , . vi i cent- " redeemable at the pleasure of the afoa " " euwraPPeu 10 a ,l.liuen or e,0te, and when the last accounts were received
IfteouiyiHyi n..u, icteiyu soverDment ; ifot, at o per cent, irre-Sf- .. ... .. .. I from them, they had performed part of
rnariun?, staieauiai on namroay . .mah a hfor thnvonr IB32. If ii,,--inere are several other noints or on- it ... l:,4,. l.i ,l.
' i a ki.ACnMAM.a ... .1 a - m a rsa a ihii n nn n r m ni a cm a n inn rs
(J kail nriil o hriwu iuc uuuuou joi icuib, cuinint&uu irom 3 - - y
v iq cftnihlc nf nrn lu r' . auuiomt. a uo guycru -'"a - , . 7
k ik. l.i. i wrist end imnerfeet hand, all invested in
Huu.iiy. tYat. ut. j bill to take the loan at 6 ner one common covering of skin, as a man's
which had taken plaee in that part of tt
country, wun wnien ne was more imr-l
diately connected, and of suggesting son
means of mitigating the distress in whie
they had originated.. The last Parliamen
had granted 2v OQQl. in aid of thedistresi
ed part of the population which might b
ilispoied to emigrate to the Cape of Cooil
Hope, and he believed emigration to bt
'tie most effectual resource to prevent h
recurrence or xnose- oisturbances uhici
hu iaKen piare in acotianu. tie wq.
pursuaded that those disorders werejmatn
ly attributable to the pressure ofJPttremt
distress; and he had himself reel ed re-
presentations from inhabitants of L .aseon
who declared they were unable to support
t hemsel ves or their families, and that they
looked upon their existence as a burden
which (Ley could scarcely :'su5tainH
would suggest aa eniigrftion to our eol
onies in North America. as the roost effec
tail means of mitigating this ilistrcss.an
of '-preventing a recurrence' of -aeenes'
L;il t . i i .. ... 1
suicn an musi ueepiy ur-piore. ;
ted, that the expense already incurred
considerably exceeded the sum of 50,0001
which bad been voted by Parliament,
for the encouragement of emigration,
though all the charges had not yet been
defrayed. As to the number of those
who had availed themselves ol this assis
tance, he had to inform the Noble Lord,
that upwards of 5.000 persons had alrea
dy Kone to the Cane of Good Hone :
loney.iQeneral, and Mr. ClemenlstL
proprietor and publisher of the Obser
v er, was sentenced tof fine c9 4ix
nundrea pounds., f
: ... .
' . In L.
:tte, cf theirs
i Z'C. . . I., a-. . - nr sVirk r ATnaon 'm S .a. . m t lAvttatiAn inlkinh td a t ma v n a amlio
la (.uCl,...c preier me lauer aiiernaiive, mey w.n no rV - ' " " V".. prospect of terminatinc it Drosncrotislv
jour cAiiiuuiiin. win aoi fail 10 rcmnris. : " . . !
.i l - e ri . i i . . .
ross s larra, soumcnu oi i riumi) isianu' nouot suceeeu in negocianoe me loan.
JHad been harpooned, and probably These are altogether anomalous events in
not been dead inure than two or the history pi our country bnqmter.
Ii ee Jays. Three harpoons, two of
icm broken, the' other whole, also , chahlesjon, may 25.
I . . !il .1 . . I I ! fA 1 . 1 11 r .,.-. . .
liiiic on snore, viui uic ropp auacneu. - uai Kaicnmz e copieu iuio I lie
This is, unquestionably, the whale Courier a le days since, from a paper
the voyage in good health, and had th
prospect of terminating it prosperously
When the Noble Lord recommended A-
I hpv dm. snllipipnt In nut thn nuiiilinn
forever at rest I "'"'Ca as a preferable place for emi
As to the actual condition of the body grants to resort to, he apprehended the
this mornine, when I was at the place Noble Lord was not aware of the re
where it lies. 1 found nothing to alarm presentations which had been received
me on the scoreeither of eomfort or health, from that quarter. In America the great
lhe removal of the more perishable est distress at Diescnt prevailed and the
a.I liar n iinntv ni i iYH "tlm rt rtn lirillirril III m i n rill 11 f 1 II r n I VVHIfai 11 n 11 ! . -
miiicu u u..vi me kiui- r - . . v ' " narls. the free aonlicatiou made ol una manntit-tn. P f hat rmintrv. wm
L...i e i i.. . u. ..,:n !.- --. enunt of a Mouse bavins been eamrlit in . '. . . . .. " "
puoimi. ii5uHi " "... oo mi. ----- ,-, .. -o - . o"! and charcoal, and tne coolness ot tne.at-.,nQ Innm. k h n n tatA s imS of imp nn
..-.! i... i. ..... o. tne oanirv oi me vvnite iiou ion in that . . . , . . ...s.,. o" -y
nay the rune to aavc the boat.
nacebyaVo r Y ste day aLrnoon ""V""" consp.re to favor the wish- To lhe dP9titute ,o that quarter
place dj so uyster. lesieroay atternoon, fh iti . . . , : rra! ouB.i ,, ... ...
friend arouht to this office, inasesar' ' wouiu-ui-, uii-iiion;, winy iu suiii nn
ion ot all municipal orders, convinces ' ( ,
i . i. .i . . a .strongest remons
that you have that just and proper; .. ,.
Se of private ri?ht, which foibids ii I to the subject by
, i i i . - a i
0 parties, ana commenoeu P; ' trfie, the heart nf (i,Udn'. h.rf t
lif pursuit ot game on Monday the istti i, Wfl, nilt k tl- tnP. ..nt. nn nf e
H. continiiintr till batuiUay cvenmc. ;,a ,i . h.n Km..0i. i ru sense oi p
' , bvv wmv- VI vu.lii ir aiS9VtlBVV . .
lie 'following is the number and des- aoite worn down with fatieue in his encroach upon pobtio reelin ..
biion of animals killed : 13 Foxes, endeavors to extricate himself from his t"n"I"'n5 you nd your associates,
fc Hedgcflogs, 27.91 Squirtels, 18 enemy, wbo held on upon him with the as contributing to aid the study of geolo-
rons, 4i Woodchucks, 148 Wood- m st unrelenting pertinacity, utterly re- 57, - v.
(kers. 6 Hawks, 20 Blue -Jdys, 14 gardless of his cries for liberaiion, which 1 (5rl uo "'3
. sb a n na spiii huh 1 Hen ni.
hAMUEL MITCH ILL.
Kwslated. in a Louisville psper, that R0M thecate fear hecohder.
i R. Jil. Johnson, Senator in Con- Mr Editor- was looking over an old
f from Kentucky, travelled from editicn f Blackstone's Commentaries,
fon City to l.is residence, a w,,ic,,1 longed to my father, who al-
lawreff urnr sir -'hnnMl m;tPB. in"wV ,m" a--" 5rcttl
h wss aauBaua w v nil vui in
Mea days. '
cat rviiuvt icuKif
and even carried this con-
Froin the Jcw York Commercial JMver
h'ser of June 2.
I.ATW FROM LNu LAND. .
" ' Tltt tliii arrivnl nf Irin A nril Pintrof afiiri
ljriiivuisivMa"aiil'iBiuinivDaiaa . . . .
Aliiion. rantain Williams, the editors of; ,,,L ul,, l,l:ae u ,,,c ,cs,"t
eeitsofar, as more, than once ti attempt c,.mmi.rifll AdvprtUpr lmv r,..,tli"sc who hail already g oic nut, betore
t" ,. -
lopieau ins own cause, mucn ngnmsi uie 1 :,
rl tn tlm ininrv nl' ihn (rptl.i .
, , ' " . , . ' ." 'J'J tr ". '.'11
nur isinn iisifi 111.. 11 -nriiri nv . I i . . 1. . v ...i.i. . .... ." . rf -
...-v ui.ii v .iui -iipmpn irnrnpii in urn iuw iriiin iwiiu n.A .a.i. ...:.. 11 .. . 1 010111
U ! 1 1 . .r. . . .. ... .... " -. l( ,lc i 11, inclusive. , r iiuc ni -
umn tine lhisilc, all with lull book 1 nlainlv w, that acorporation, be-' i.i,rnini ,,,l.,ni.ifu,rnihp l Ni,hl. T...iUvnntil .In hia MhIkIv'u Vlin
wsof stares, and sent to Sietra ing an ideal body, could not be held to, May From ,He8ewe have made very isters the justice to think they did noi
W e iTfrrpt that thpv pri nut lia.il nr imnrisoned. 1 further understood. ..:...,, ... w.. . !l.,l ,. p i . .. .... .1. " .!..-
j J i . . . . . ciiiinius -Anauj. iicni. dmiiui.ii iu lirll UllV I IH'lrtlK'l. tl.-il IL rllu UlSllrri!,
t.1i.M..l . .1 . . ... ... .-.IJI I .1 . I . . .. . . .. ... " . J
l"rcuoy uie tyvane. and trust that mai any oeoi uue uv uiem, uie iMti:ui omit severa arlic es wh ch were i- uure.l wl .. .,r numdnti... in Pib'mir tl.ut
k - B . j, . A A .U Mill I il VilV ifiiiimi -ii in .i.viiitK imu
IT 1 Ar-1. .I.. .a -lit ....I,! haI kn alAiAi lilil-)OJ Ihn nnli rnl i . a . I . fc 1 O '
"njiiar- coasr, win ue tin--' uB c. w....-v.(fwr (lay, ftD0 ,0 nsK me nwiuig i.ee oi C(,mort on foreiscn shores which circuit!
ahmUng we witec Thirty- 'a'; ""'7, 7" ra' ,n1.CU8l0,'jf ! Yur assurances to
. . . . J nf a JuscZl?. whlt.ll Iip Imrl tnal l ikkf. IOUT assurances IO
.,n Bun rVl II f tt-HW . v - 7 v-vwaovu'V-.a- . . .
...ii,, in ... . . ,. ., - .,! without delay, removi
hunt for one week. -They de- "f u " Z:;2ZZr it deer.tea to nui
91IfhiH.ln n 'iM,,ni,n !! tvnnlil liftv maveri thfl lieiirt nfanv thin. a.6i.
uift-vii j xiii toimarj, auu a UiU ' " " " j a,
a Total number 3107.
except an&Oys(eryor a JIuscle. Courier.
inree vessels heloneine to Bristol.
,v vigilant in detect in e those vio
l!trs of law and of gospel.
was under the seal of the
that it is the seal alone that
tur advertising menus iohw -nw-y-wj8ancjC8 1)revontt.( (,cm f(,m enjoying at
imvfi iiikPii in iniminET ineir mvors. i .1 , . - -. ...
the corporal right of sueing and being the king's Speech at tlie'opening of the I. ' " S 7 7T -
. '. ' i- . :. "'"B"!' . . r. . 3 'furu-arit no oiiiiii- pvi.prti'il li'iiili'l'iiio'
r u.il . ...:ii i. i....i : . . .!... ......ww. v v.,
:.... 1 r,..:. u.i k. ....j that assistance."
sued, and of binding ihenmelves it is v
i 1 a 1 . 1 1. 1 v,Ml..ll.t a a I hn n t z . . a a a 1 III;
v..- . .... y ... wiai nioue mui cives o..u.iT i 1U. ... ,, , A tcr it Had 0' en reaOiH
vawmnlcjailuris--The public eoto.y thecor,)oration. This opinion of the ,'hp ,If(Use of CoramoiM..Sir Edward' Saturday the 29h, little business
"tiiiucii niriiaipn Hnn irrii:.irn nnni i. 1- 1. .n t -.-.... ..ii. -. .. .. . . ...... . . 1 r.i it .
kikVArA' ..... ii ,. ; jSauKiisii w iici ucins; 01 -u. i.u. .: Kfiatcnbuli, moved an auuress 10 nis rvift- was iransacieo. 1 ne ikiumi- iiri ai iy-
r mo UdnKsor jriallowell and Aii-!,k iMmmnn nrmt!in in lllit Plinntrv. I . . .1 . I..I . tl- l . 1. ..! j;'. .....! . .. !.
, . it.., vvi , jcHiy:iiii. nxiunn wus secuini-u u y . r. f u cioch., iiiu hiiiuiii iuu m , iu uic uui
.ta Castine and Wiscasset, to redeem
Ar,er House to the King.
occasioned much distress among the
Sl8t. Of CiliTcna lor oKIn n I. nor. U .
vuM avwo u if -i a u Ha av y
Mve taugbt some severe lessons to
ures are about to be immediate-
The trials for hiqh tretison closed on
a. n-.l . ft. uflnmulhBl. lalnAl-Mlfi VP . 11 a . I' ll .1 9u n -. ..'1, .l
irKHi. ;:,- . . .1 y" ' : - mot. "verai gentlemen louw.weu among pose ol presentinc tne auurcss ot tne
" ib hi i ii iipi'ih ! an i mpv nrai nw i l.i ii,. ...i ...,., . . r hnn r mt. . -.. -- a . . a.. - . v
V - I If nn V I IIH I . IIH irrPHI IIH III I V III II l 1 fV II la I . l - -'.-..... If unfl.iir
In ii.,... i' . , - . - o' i " - " . wnom wa ir rruncis uuiuon.
JiirSl fi'T ?' ?PCr "Dt-;perwbich ha. inundated the couniry, was ,,lalins ,hat he sluiuld vote forjhe
" 0lU fit Kit f Ira kftlntw I'nrllanil arni' s . -.! i X iL . ...
uuuno vwiun t vuittiiu uiv.iKOMniii nnr ir niir i h ipn i nn nil iiiii ii' i. i i x. 1. A.i . t ,
by raany traders. '1 hese failure. " 7 tU com Vheref. r., if ""7 l".". 1 I"' I , m Z the evening of the 27th of April, and the
Mr. B ackstnne'si.Dinion bo correct, tho . r'r,ar . "...i ,.,: inlrn. next morning sentence ol death was pas
holder of such notes has no security but ! tllA anp,.k ram (0 be (Ul,UM.'8ed on the pi isoners. On Saturday, tin
that arising from the personal responsi- . atieno.t he ennsidered to have fcleds;- W the Common Serjeant made his.
bility of the persons signing the uotes, , .im4l, to sDDort the doctrines or as ' report to tbejving in Council, of the cle
that is. the cashier and president of the .-r,5nili ,.Pi,npil i the address. TIip ad. ven men who had been seniencetl the
institution. 1 wish you would get some i carried iinauimoulv..Mr. dav previous. After two hours deliber
, . . "II . IIIITV" ,Vd . CA1 I I. HJ.UUl mill. i. J . .,.1. ttT H1.,llflil. .111.1 ..,... i.v. ..w. -
en t)V tlip nrnnrtptrkra. - f ii rfimiln ' . n.,.,n..if.iia nmu.i icaPI li .... n .. rn n . " .ton i
fV ' i- v-. .. u, j..u. .... . n,,.,.,,.-,.,. ... .... v .a - . licrney enniureii oi me unanceuor oi anon, uie Miiowina were oruereu lor cx-
t;PW . I- T"i. . nni.- n i . . i. or i .: ,1.. !, .. J. 1 ... . . . .
, I -nciue. iua iiitaiit:.suojecr,oreisu, ii ;ou uavc nine, u Ul), i.;xfi,r,ier, when ,t was Ins inttntion crutiun on the Monday following f May
'"fa lias ma, , i 4 -..- ..ii ..- . ..,a.,ir . . . ., . i . . .? -V r.
f "l'liia8ltlHt hppn hiimt -nat nrirvinMtlv
.'WO dollars : hut was nnrrliaseil bv
A fitnp and Rprlr.
K &r fio,00O dullars. It was not
I. J"e Aurora states .that Mr. J. Brown,
inK i. ' " 10 suceeeu mr. uana-
f . j ue ICIICI IS CAt.lU
"1 time fllPff l.o .ta.tinri
THE WII LE.
Cepyof a letter addressed to G. C. Lang
BROOKLYN, 20th MAT, 120.
. There .is an
nrtw afforded by you
jtohave the new arrangoraent of the civil 1st.) viz. Arthur Thistlewood,
;hsi brnngbt up. The day named was the jnes " Thomas Brunt, Rirhart
p:h of May. In the House ononis, the ; ar$i WiliaITI Davidson. 1 he
loi'drpca iv. is mnvil h v I .nnl t.rppn V 1 1 tp i . ' ... ...
a1 ores w is moveu dv i.oni ureenvuie
'and Recondi'd by Lord Howard. The ad
dress wascai ried unanimously. 'The next
jday, the 281 h very little business was done
In lliA UMin-i liAlinn III thn I I Iibi nf n in
excellent, opportunity . 0B9. n p4rnr, gaVe notice, -that
your successful .cxer-.n . ..... flf , i. . nroUll WllUi4i
lions to settle the quesfidn lately agi-L..h.nit . ,1.. n-,.,,. a mot;on fr the re-
JSot credited. fitted in New-York and Albany, heth-lmovai of ,,0 ,ligabilities vhich the laws
. , er a Ithale is a istu The creature kil-lat present imposed on Roman Catholics.
'"I n& n..l .L.' II -r. I I .. O ..... I... I. . .. . P..'., inn r..m l I .' t . . . I. . . I U K I
i,;. .. rcu;tne iiouse oi ifci'preacn ieil nil Daiui uaj lotiif u icw irnsu-.o n"ui. iir. Litmuioii Kye uui.co iuai uu 1110 uiu
Ulcl T.M .1 .... . 2 .... . . . . ... . - . .
ifC. "5lD umeror the next oieet.ng Sandy Hook, is ol the cetaceous-oruer. ot June, he shuuld suDmu a motion to eu
jj A-!sst0 take place on the 2nd Mou-amj ,f the kind1 called Balona, bv natu- quire into the present state of repfesenta
yi"n Vemberin,teadofthefir'tMon ralists or the 6onc whale, or right whaletj tion. Perhaps our readers will reeolleet
I'iaii.nr To r.n.ex!-.' r,Je! rge bveople in general.
VS. !"9' tHJZ:i Among other-inferesting particulars
fettled .... ; s , Z to be observed on the present occasion
a.-UepreentatiTeoa.-this' mis aiuiiiai rracmuu-;i umcr iimui
.,0n.sJVa(. Jut. -.'-.. miferous beings, in having an ear,T or
. . :.;v '':' - passage through which sounds are Com
(BQdriA.i .l.i n,..".ii tL.' ' -nMnirnfpfl.. The external par-is indeid
. ".iwiu. iii.L . iirr iimirrc urn iuui.ivw.-. .. - - - -
' the Uuiui SUie. from wariling J outiJie meatus or passage to -,omo oMertatToui up on the disturbances
that this gentleman offered a similar mo
tion the last session of Parliament..
The th of May was fixed on to intro-
'yifuce thejjuesiion of the Scotch Represen
tation, lhe address to the King was
brought up, and upon a motion that it be
read a aecund time
, ' LortKl Hamilton jose anid said, that
, he would take that opportunity of making
The Intel igenceftf
countryi) says, 'thy
filtered much .,rrot
places the vines are
1 he Doncaster 0
stgfea that Wak l and Hudersfiel
. a v e U ca vtvU' tranquil durinfe. tl
week. '.,.. ; .; t. , ..&v:'l''-?:'
- Oa the 2Sih a dinner was given i
London, chiefly by the merchants eng:
ged in trade with Spain, in t'elebratio:
of. the recent change of the constitutiot
of that ."country VA hout 150 persor.
were present, ; among whom was th.
Spanish Ambassador, bne of the toast
given, was. " Tlie honorable Mr, E B
Sim. the United Statfa Ambassador a!
In the Court of King's Bench; on Uic
24th, 'a motion was madeq set aside the
verdict, recently obtained against, on
Francis Burdett. After , a long argu
ment, the Chief justice said, that a:
at present advisedhecourt'dhot
think there was sufficient Ground fot
granting the rule. , They would, how
ever consider further before they either
granted or refused it ; and the tnotioa
might therefore stand over to a future
day." r v.;.-..;
A petition to parliament is circulating;
in Loudon, request n? a repeal of tho
existing laws relating to trade and nav
igation, and praying that ships of all
nations may be admitted free into tha
United Iviiigdom, under the same regu-,
latipns as British Vessels. 1
A minte'rial paper states, on what',
they call good authority, " that an ar
rangement between two distinguished
peisoisnearly, if not quite complet-i
ed j arCTthat the lady will continue tdr
reside abroad.'V-In forming this deter-
urination it is added, she is said tdi;
have been influcricod by the advice of ail
habitual oppositionist, who did not con-j
suit Ii s polities at the expense of his du-j
The disgraceful scene of a iiian seUinfi,
his wife, took place in London on the1
28th of April. BilU were posted ill
different parts of the city, stating that
sue would be sola according to laiv. At
the appointed hour, the husband mado!
his appearance, leadine his wife by
halterf which was placed around fieri
neck. She was " knocked down, at a
very moderate price, to a Butcher of
" . IRELAND. '' . .
Tlie Cork papers of the 2Sd of Aprils
state, that a spirit of insubordination
begins to manife st itself in the vicinity
of Charleville. JNisrhllrassociationti
irc lormed there, and the peace .andl
secuHty of the neighborhood have beetl
disturbed by turning up ground, noc-
(uiiial visits paid to the houses of some
farmers, andtlireats of a very terrific
nature have been promulgated against
-ome individuals who have lately taken
land there. ' (
On the 17th the Jessie sailed front
Dumfries, with 179 passengers, and the
Thomson Packet, with 103 ; the former
for Prince Edward's Island, the latter
fir St. Johns. About ten days before,
the Abeona sailed for the latter piabd
with 111. .
Paris dates to the 26th had been re
ceived. " .
In the Chamber of Deputies on tha
2oth, a report was made oh a petition t
from M. Modier de Montjau, Council
lor of the Royal Court of Nismes, pray
ing for a considerable armed force to bo '
stationed there,, and stating, that noctur-
nal meetings were held, and offering to
denounce the., author of a secret corres
pondence, discovered at the period of
the assassination of "the Duke de Berrj
in which it was contemplated to employ "
that event for the purpose of effecting the .
ing six. who pleaded guilty to their in.removal of Count Decazes. The Cora
dictments, are respited during the plea- mission, considering the importance of
nit allegations urged oy uie peiuioner
with so much earnestness, and in order
scene of distress, and to transnort them
. - , a
ma. mat yon win, to pnVerly on a foreign shore. The
e the carcase Delore n..;,;..k ,.n... ;.o, r a ,-. i.,
sance and in anlici- ..i...i.i - .. uu -,:.,.;..., iui .i.
OH Ult IIUnU.ll, Mill. Lllllwl Oll'lll) l!l(ll uu
onstrances-had been made
the government of Can
ada. It proved. a very great grievance
both to the government and the people ;
and. under these circumstances, - lie
thought it would be highly prematura i
adopt any plan for the promotion of emi
gration to that quarter. His Majesty's
Ministers were not reluctant to assist
those who were distressed at home in
x ! huiking f r a happier lot on any foreign
shore; but such a measure should no)
jbe hastily of prematurely adopted.
With regard to further emigration to the
Cape of Good Hope, Government wish
ne .iimmercmi .vuveriiser, mive rt'-; .- --
eived London papers to the 30th of cy encouraged any farther emigratioi,
pril, Lloyd's General Shipping List to that settlement mi a more extended
lie hoped that flic House ami tht
sure of the King. - T In live above nam
ed are to be " hung, .and afterwards be
headed and their bodies devided into
four quarters.. " One of the papt.rs.be
fore us, says-The prisoners at pre
sent exhibit a sbrt of enthusiastic brave
ry, and express a pride in having an
opportunity to lay; -d wo their lives inj
the cause of ireedom. They all reject
thekind attention of the R'-v. Mr. Cot
ton ; . they, say. theyjyant not hi, assist
ance1 and profess thcmSeives to bo con
firmed deists." ' '- "": . ' -"'-
We noticed a few davs slncelbat' tbri
trial of Arthur Thistlewood was publish
ed in an extra Observer. . This was done
before the other state prioners had bceV
tried, and in violation of an order of the
Court. On the last day of the Session,
the fubject wa iotroduccd by .the At-
to afford the petitioner an opportunity
of proving them, recommend the petition
to Hbe reterred to the President of the ,
Council of 'Ministers. An intevestinjr
debate ensued- The Minister of the '
literior observed, that the petition ex
pressed c'oundless and eiaegeratetl
sears from official repo,rt9i bf undoubt-
(I, authenticity, . he could assure thO
Chamber that n6 symptoms were manfc-"
fy'st in the Department of the Guard,
which could justify so extraordinary a
jin-p' smiou I he would nof however
oppose xue .recommendation oi-ineuam
nis-iorii - which W as unanimously agreed r-
to. - ' '- . ' -. .
The Gazette do France states that
ru Lis Majesty's Ciitiro recovery wUl
?. ..-' . - -'"" " ' ' ''.