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wit.MI.NGTON, JUNE 10, 1820.
nn IVsdav, the . 6tlr instant, a brig
lier amcarance off 'the main bar
JjflUV f s " ..
. lum! went out and nut a pilot on
bi'mJ. The pilots who returned in thai
boat, reported her 1o be an H.rigliBl crm
1J bris. :ffom 'Bordeaux, in want of pro-:-;;.w,a
iul water. -'f he men on board
l!,d"cd that the wind was unfavorable
in ,m n. and iUcrea me niior, retaineu
IU (."V . . . .
Kfiiint. at50 to take tlicm to t-iiaries
.nn The bnc then disappeared for a
nr turn, when she re-aupeartd. The
cutter h.s been scut in. pursuit.
inf'irniation was received yesterday
iniilivilie. that six men had that morn
iir been landed from tho strange vessel,
suSrsee as to promote the true object of ed, by a note. of the Sih of October. To aball hasten to transmit thii nleasinjc in
neither of those several applications, telligence to the government of my eoun
tlB.A I ..llnlf.il IX .1 III. I'hA & I . . K ....II 4. .1 . n . A . . A A aa . ..
mo i icni w . p. j i uc i etc in nuu iijiwiio win uuu iu4i urw ii.iui.it cb iu
very interesting events which have oc- prevent all violations of that neutrality,
eurred here lead me to hane. I hut ft re- within the strict limits of which it r.
- .l:. ...i i... . . ji . i. . . I
curreace io iins bui.jcci may ue oseiui. soiveu io conune iiseu ai me commencr-i
overnment is the ardent wish of
f Your obliged Fellow Citizen,
( - -J
grYfi Tlt'DE icurreuce .iu iins buijcci mav ue oseiui. soiveu io conune iiseu at ine com mi
ITe understand that in eon.equenoe of ll.l! 'b7 "f ?f ment of those disturbsnces. It is
information lately received f.om the Un.ted States to use al the mean m infin.te pleasure .hall perform this-
- . m v m.U'pr Fnr thA realnrAiinn nr . (life A. as I wtll know thia nut nt Ilia (Tut
nerfnrm thia dntv.i
reeeivea i.'om ino. - . - " , t. . ... .L .-J.
. . .- o.i . mv oower lor mo icnuiraiion or itie a- a i wen hdow una aei oi ma uainouc
Atiiinn i;nai hi ine immenifl ann almost . ... .r . .
incred.ble number of vessels employed in m.can, confaned to the.r country and Mair.r7w1ll.be h.ggrateral in tUeir
" . . . r J friAnila. I triiwt that 1 clinll ha tiiiavd t(i A mpripan pnintrnmpnt. nnil hA BihiJ
this detistable tratbe. the government ... . . ' ., , . V r ' " I
. " . ... fnr krinviAv intn cifui n miliiu nf unnn . aiflorril A4 flip hrf-infA nf fiilnr hirnnr r
ire about to despatch Borne fast sailint; . . J, . f . ..r , .. -T , ... ,J
, - . 1 ... - . rent ly -.minor importance. I have been between Spam and the United tetatf
vBaaAla nt war to that station, to assist . .... r ... . . . . 1 M . . v
'i i . .1, r unomcialy lnlormeti, that the Americans the evidence oi tn snint or eetr
Iw Cvane in brmzint; to iutice those, of- , J. t ....- r 1 i- '. i.. r 1 .
Jr . ? ? J ... . who were in connnement at M&lacrahave liicniJahiu whicti is hereafter, j .
lumluri ni"inar tlm litna n. rAlicinn anil . .... . . . . .
. been liberated, whether bv an order cr and regulate the interctf i Let. -en
cover" . .Tient have
(Vheat is the staple article of oirct
rv. tha obiect of our far toersJ'has I
to pursue such a fcoorse of fulilvatii
iid be best adar v increase '
crop; Various if
experiments to e
line their lands
Inn. mnM "V
breaking up tl
. . a
' 1 (
i ...0. ; Ics.1,
v land eatli
hemanit Georgetown Messenger.
Related by Mr. "Jffir$on injiletterJbf the
i dffi nMiii ibis
Ybei the D elaratioa of indp?nience
was under toe consideration r Ujofri ss,
who were in confinement at Malaga have friendship which is hereafter
been liberated, whether by an oder cf and regulate iba interco i
this Government, or by the spontaneous them. 1 rejoice that thepo.ej
- Oipiiornait v nf ihn lflp.n.1 ant huriiif . nnti-' eireumatances of hia enve.t ti
cinaiiner the decision at. Madrid. I know nermitted the indulgence:!' His llaiea
"jr not. I p.-n-mvle thyself, if -His Majegly's ty's betevoleut disposition towart! my
. r . . - - .. j . -7 - -in
attention should, in the midst of the sntu ring cniintrymen.f1"
weisrhtv concerns that now ocennv Ins:
1 renew to yoiir: fc'
. - -f
nut 4Ti At All.
royal mind, 1a recallnJ tf "this tsuhject,' ranee of mx'S1 'i8! ' t-ijefi-
that the same., liberal -iarfoleenee wonyi;0,i. . ; 5 rV4"
. , granted to all. i ganerous lorgetiui! yOIlN 1 OLlbYlII.
tejrev or three unhieky-:ex .-Xlj.jL.
.JL- '-"J ,. Se ..ence i. ..me j, iaipdll ,ia9 beUinroclaimed and warm- ju' 1rtn tn ,h. A-,.-, nf 17a4,J
tneniben. . l ue worua "-seoteb sua u.er ,... aia i r,.i . . r." . V "J,T"Z
- . sw rpr.nuiiiiriiiiru. siiiiuiib at r a iiio a i aa b a . s t. iiti vwmjbjm m m a 1
re seeding j
vr by J late, p
;. in (he Sseed with
hii. . Le v.Ieat crob has how
dir..UiL of late years, on the !
thus t. .;ed , and .this ditninui io
attrih-.. J bv. iome. to the too! free
of -gy psu'si' ; J think' it way be ascr I
..... ,jri roTsmn ia ine i-unsmj yj ,te iruci
auxiliaries" exeited the ira of a eentie. ,y rec10",me".de.av ;A ''WV,p' "'einosi, ..&atesmth Medittrranean,in Spain.
auxiliaries exciieu ine iro or a SenueLettr.f)u 8atiBtaction if the aitnomagnan- 4 ..;l?iw-iK'--
ly recommended. -1 should)
man or twoortnai countrv. . severaatrie. . . , . ...
.k t . .t n . . . imoue pouey pnouia oe exi
iiirca nn the ftnndnnt orthn Rriliah tnin. . ' ...
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:.. . .: I m . .
iu uegmiviug uur repeaiea appeal, oi
iiiw which nermitted thii'lniuortatinn
Staves, were ai.approye.l bjr.ome South- Wo0,j r7ttke of t,B b" npfiti
rn front limnn. uviinn iitllAitinnai urot-A n .ft '.. .
!V",eiimoua poliey should be ext4ded to y
suflferiug countrymen, withoutdiscrimina
" e tiou. i'ho.e who are innoeelt oold re
B ?' eeive it gratefully, 'since tktf culpable
,. . .UAuniu riiik ow.
8ia ; t have the satisfaction to, inform
y on, that the King of the Spain, haa.di-
rprfpil all ihn Athfr!eaiia. hriannera. in
euipaoie , ;V V :
1 forbear diferent part, of the Spanish dominions
i mr iiHviHO lnifarvnftajiiiifaii in inn iiiaiiiriinn
10 UlllaVlCOll I all 9 II J"Cti ' IBIvllUC TifU iu ' . ..... .1
yet matured to the lull abhorrence of that what Kai been previously addreed to Vlb Amerieans. to oe iiiierateu.
iraioc.unougn ineoueo.iveexpre.siaas y0nr predeeessor., contends myself 1 you mis .u.ormai.on, iuai you
nhichwas now suspected to be a pirate. "v,w Bvv,0- wjlh reptating, that .ueti at act wouia - ---". 1
I I rv were immediately apprehended, and ' me" continued their.depredat.ons on other prodoeeFthe happiest eftVct. In the future J"i ,0 tb Americans who may be ...
W tl urn sriarately examined : from 1 ,S f h "' 7M "" b relation, of Spain and the United State., eoofinemeot .,. your neighborhood. A
It nnw ltot sho bThe vessel ! Ur. w" P8 that I was tw0 Datlon, WL ,mve raanyo.n,on, few he 8e 'ne' )'u re hpreby aul 2 '.f td
t i,ltmth MIV. opposite interent,, and whiave, at this tft J lolhem tha the expense, of their
.Dueled to in the iullowing paragraph . - made lt a rule," said he, whenever it is ",. ! ,tie -.nilaritv and liberaliiv vnynSe from the ptace ot confinement to
DptaiotmoftheshipGar powerlo avoid be00!lling the : -ffCi.uS thebnited States w.l .be advanced,.,,
arrived at JV'W lork on the 26th tilt, draughtainan of papers to be reviewed by to draw Dear to eacb other than any othei nere8par3r' b ,,,e American government
reports the following': On the llth of a puhlie body. I look my leH.on from an two 1)0wer9 on tte elobe ' .For this purpose, auy advances you muj
April (Cape Palos S..W..5 miles,) fell in incident which I will relate to you. When ;enew t0 yufl yir tue fftfrin- of my n,ttko w''"8 "paid to you out or the con-
..!.!. ma.l l.rinM anJ naa nrArrvA tn 1 was a iimrnevmnn nrmtAF. nnn'nl' mW " . : .1 ' tineent fund of litis leealibll. Or at the
aiesi sincere rnp..( anu pence. .u.... 4" of State Washington, a
your option, 1 am. olc.
HUH HI I IIA'W 1) iaa- av ubuv-.l " J ' " y ww w aaaj
lend the ship's boat and papers on board; , companions, an apprentice hatter having
slier soino detention, the boat returued bis time, was about to open shop for him
with the following note: eli- iiis irtl concern wait, have a l.and-
"SlR-1 will thank you to report the s',me 8 S 'th a proper loserip ion.
brig General Kondeau. of and from Bue- "h eou.posed .1 .a these words ; . John
ft.,,, n,rt..tl. l.av.n. FhumijjoiiL atfer, makes and sells hats
"(V ' V " for ready money." with the fiWe of
hat subioineil. But he thousrht tin wniild
. 0 - .-
submit it to his friends for their ameud
the brst,he shewed it to, thought
ispect and p
Translation of a letter if Dun Juan Ja
- bat, Acting Minister of S ate for For
eign Jljfairs, at Madr d, to the Minis
te.i Pienipntentiarif if the United States.
Sin I have the satisfaction to commu
nicate to vou. for the iufci niaiion ol' vour
governmen t, t oaf the! KiiVg of ' the Spams',
igri tul t ural.
StrDCK 11 Dili. t uii" - j , 1, uio
tho word -for reudy.mney wereusehss Dominions of npam, nr navuig
as it was not the custom of the place to part in .he disturbances of His American
sell on credit; every one who purchased Colonies.
...on,0,l to nv. Thev were parted w.tn
.i tha iniip.riiition now stood 'John
r tiris nlcrn nonrfn 1 n r ! 1 Ivit anma f inriA it. ,
prtnMUS io the lanuuig 01 l no men at
Sinithville, (hat 18 had gone on shore
mv Lickwood Folly, and being sus
If iws place, a look-out was Cept, and
fliur of them arrested last evening.
These men have not as yet been examm
ii i r.nrnnpnre of which although
bus it vvii-"- ,
we have tlw substance if the examina
tion of the mcri at Smithville, wo refrain
fffim civing it publicity until the examin-
1 - A ln1A.
ttion F the men arresicu ai us nx,
only observing, that it appeared that
there had been a mutiny on board, and
an officer killed ; that sixteen men had
been put on board a vessel bound to .Bog.
tnn.mpt nft" Heorffetown, S. C loaded
iih timhr. and two ori board an En
clwh vessel. The capti
officer, was not on board
allej; d to have been put
prize.' It was also stated that the cap- l r)e ,ft8t Calcutta papers relate, that on governed, as in the case of bpam ana uie
'tain took thfi vessel's papers with bim.-thn ,4,1; Oetober. an entertainment had United States, by a constitute lounceo
. na i. - " i I .1... .kin Tlamal Ivini on vc I m rl nm nnd I II S t ICC.
we can only observe, in wc .. - - bee0 given on uo.r. ...c o;-V1"o - - - - r . xna ... assurancc
there, at which aooui ov uu ,v ,-, , ,
llernen attended In a short time atter,'0f my high respect, and 1 pray God long
were to lir serve yuu.
Jlaana, i2in .iiiin, -
JUAN JAB AT.
raver sulmi'ted to th? Jlgriadtural So
ciety of Virginia, attlicirlast Meeting
and published My their oract
, N j. r.(lfTil llltf Ac FALOfTTER
.uiviu5iuuj, desirous to eive to tire united states or,
iolloaed by the words 'make hais,' which Anu-hca continued proofs of his friend- " AGKILLL. 1 , I
shewed he was ahatter. It wa. struck 8bij) for, them, and of his wish to evince In co'mplianco with the wishes of the
out. The nuxt observed that the word a more strongly, at a period, when, by Committee of Corresnorjdeiice appointed,
hTs,"ca'.t.Viite'ts "Wo-aiA1 doi earn vfnO inauo mt nts. both people navemoru'TiMH ij a- expressed in then Raxftr brjaiiuaiy, lai'J,
the hats if g.od and to their mind, they proximated tp each other, has resolved j proCeed to sjVe Hu m such informatiun,
.,ld l,nv. hv whomsmver made He to set t liberty all 'the Americans, ,of the , as 1TiV 5mi:etl mc-us will afford : sensi-
Vuav, ij j ... . . . ' . ii
A i 1. ' I : .1 a. If. ..nrali I IT i .1 L.'n4nn .nailu I' riltit M PrH IVILIIIII S 1 1 13
n i t i i w t u ii iri iih ff i ; 1 1 1 j . r, i i u 1 1 .- I i r- . n i ii 1 1 1 i ir,v,x i - w
hie of the' importance of their object,
ret that I can contribute so iittteto its
Tl . I : 1 . P r...tmw. Amttnn.ffli1 tiv
,or..i;nr. - mp tn I ML" lillll H. I Ul Uiuinn tuiuiouu u;
ke to you thisc .mmuuicatum. has fur- my remarks lies immediately behnv the
r chareed me to express his hope that Blue Ridge, and extends from the 1 oto-
ThomDSon se Us hats? ' aeus naisf says thercnargeu uic iuupi". - - ,
hiaekt friend Hwbj nobody would ex ihw' genefous proceeding will be duly ap- niac river to the coun tv of fCul neper,
nect vou to eive them away.'-What then predated by your government ; and the tracing, so milch ot the counties ol
r .. 3 it wnaatriiilcen'rothpr. when the iniuries resulting to ;i .,IHt,,un and Fauntticr, as lies above the
isineuaooima, -. . -m , -
j .i.i.- rn,.,-d 5t. ih rathnr. as i.,!n. from a conduct so unjustinauie, i.nH. runnincr Dat itllrl with the Blue
nil i . ii i i ii -nm j i.F..i-T.fc..---j . . r . , -- - . . ... . - o i
.:....! nn tlx. Ii .uril sn ..ui.L.n inlii csRIinprllllin : ttUU luai 11 n-,
tain every thing is not right, and that wc
.... i .1... ... .irwla'(.i. i;!ir!i i(i manv
ous ntl Ulill liic utiui - - j I"1 7 . .
k,,.' , k t,oCn lativv forfeited their more than one half of the comp iny
lives, have been rcacteu uu oua.u ...jj j - th had elaps.d from the
.... . . , .i,. n t tn oniprLBiiiuiciii. um...
If we are-enabled to gC ; a 'r nr hia h.lf had died : and only one
to a n i r.r r ease-ol "fcf uie 88, ; In
fielit?VA vron'sideraUe inrreai nf
more hat dv blue srrass sunnlantedl i.
This grass jstne greatest enemy kn
by us to the wheat crop, the hessian
only excepted. I am justified I; 41
in the nninion tha. the wheat nrorhict 1
been reduced by the blue grass, and :
by the uso ot gypsum ; trorathe t
that the corn cop is not aim nisnec
Besides, wh eat. fve. . Indian corn, t
'and grass, are raised for consumpti
i'rt. i . i . r. I .i .1
iuc wiicbi ia uiaiiutaciurru u iutj
in the iuiphhnrhrw,di anil thin ft mil-
carried to the Alexandria market nr
cipally by the horses that cultivate J
tarni. l he turnpike road from A I
andi ia t. the Shenandoah river fa
. o w ! . or ! . . .t '
tance oi do muej Hnruing io ine
UKi'8 a t.icilitv ot doinr this in the
ter mouths. T e ereat difieiencfi,
iiniitiirt. hoiefofiire. between corin li
and fallow, (being in the praportiotf.
jtwo tjO one,) had lessened the corn crj
.nil nnlarvpil llip fnllnW. tt ia nnB fnr
that corn is an excellent preparation
LI.. I I f- ...1..-. ...J '- J
oiue . eraas ianu mi wncai, anu .
system has commenced of planting i
s ide rows, so as to eive the land
ndvnnmp-R nf a aummcr's rultivatinh
rr.. " 7' r ; . , -
kill the grass, anu yet avoia mat
haustion produced by the growth of ct
which nas provca so laiai in uur nn
The improvement of our land b
aided hv litter from Stack Yards, I
yards and stables. There is not m.
l he best in use here is made entirety
. A mT l i. i
iron, by Davis oi wasningxon m
There are many good plough mal
both in villages and country situa'ioj
..s McKcnzie at Aldte ana laoif
M idd leb u i e from w liotif excel!
ploughs may be obtained. The lie
ones' for thn e horses co9t from 20,.
Sio; the liehtcr ones in proportion;
Them has laielv been broueht lntoa
Wiiat is called Lupton's Aueular pW
if bay be considered as combining
properties of the ligh harrow una si
.,1 ..I.ttV. !.;.. n- AtpiI in u hhnVKlr8t
1 lllklllw II. II V I 1 1 W J&V V. ... . M .
I n" a I
and having three or live small sno
so arranged as to break and puiv
the soil it j asses over. A patent
been ootaineu lor tnis improveincii',
Ei hp. nloueh can be had at Aldie, of
liam Noland, i.sq. An improver;
has be n nude on the stiovei piougr
John Balthrop ot Jtauqmer coumy
so patented. It is by having two s!
els to the same, stock ; the arrange
count of the transaction) bef ire the regu ae seized, was pronounced out of Copy of the decree issued by Ills Mafc
larday of issuing our paper, we will " ..ner wi.af makes the event more ex-, tyfr the liberation of such Americans,
.i .. w O,litr.po nf fhfl na- Utt o . . -.. . l. ..r rr ,., Gtnfee. ue hnve been made
inordinary is "the fact, that none ot the
:aA ia,t;n the least disorder, and ;
lUnl ic'i -. - -
all the young ladies but oue, were auacK-.
W th Unlttd States, as have been made
prisoneis for taking part with the In
surgents in America. - '
.nnst ''Excellent Sir : The Kina hav-
i ' fliftrn was a ball in the even- ins' been pleased to itsue an act of par-
in?, is .1 not probable the exercise of th don and oblivion, is desirous S'vuig
j... .n n l.Qtri nPA.diannaHU the. voune immediate eltsct to it by setung at jioiny
it., i .. .... :.., . ..r t.4.- iwliorra , .... ir , i, ,1 ; u P Th aip.kiii'ss nil such Americans, ol the United stuns,
uimer int i.iuucuuc uj. mmu .".o- huih iuo iiicui.v.. . . . ..,;ii.; i,;.
that trust, voluntarily and honorably be- u attri bnted t0 the effluvia Iron upwards have been
eNiwed, should ever mspire the minds o 0nr,o tr
the intereslaDf their fellow citizens, and ward, of the Beugal, was on ot the vie
11 convir.tinn that those interests may be tiinsT . . . ......
so, and send it to the editors of the pa
-pers with whom we exchange, for. the in
formation of the public
From the FayeCteville Observer.
TO TUB -ELECTORS,
Of TniJ UOUOCGII "F FATBTTEVILLB.
letter promoted by a transfer of tho trust
to another, while my personal conve.
Jiienra will hi Hiihserved. I respectfully
bea nermisRton to make known to the
tJ . ...
for having been arrested without the re
quisite passports .;' for having aided and
abetted, directly or indirectly, the exist
,ing rebellion in his American possessions;
all such as have not commit-
MTlfrrs ith, Minister Plenipotentiary 4 tell The crimes of,, robbery and As.as.tna
r. 'r It ..' J -ArJA tn linn, nr who are confined lor just debts.
flip U illicit otulrs uk 'uii tig. - -- . .
rL Jnhat. Ac.lns Min ster of Circular letter, to this effect are to be
N.... ,itf.rc .immed ate v depatcueu to an compeieui . ;tot ln
a ai w rums" .'j"""! . . l-- - . ... :... i ; .1.. n not. in uruuuue o ousous i .uv
" Madiup .MahohSMBJO. offlCersin Amer.ca,.u.?P-uruM..,e agre-after lying in clover three
. n .1..1. tin., miii l hatt Dnrrimiii abroaU. 1 . . V. .
. Bl.R : U'U.;"L' ' ! a which I eommnnicate By Royal Or- years, 4nd having
the nonor .o .rau.aai . ...T .i ' Tl. fnpm.in. ant to aerve lhe twire orM
Freeholders and Freemen of Fayetteville,
that I decline being considereu a v,anui
te for a seat in theensuihg General
Assembly. . -
In the selection of 4a successor.mrtre
Canaldp..r diarhar-'mir thn imiKirtant du-
" " " V. . .IV.J tl . M. ' , .
.' . . .. . . . 1 0f I
that no difficulty will arise; among me o ; attention
citizens of Fayettevillc, there are many . . ";;; -v s . - the8ftme
ance ota valley ; but it is unauiaung
farmed of hills and valleys, and wel
adap:cd to farming. The land hear the
PoMmar river and imm oiateiy auoui
the Cotocton hills is limestone ; trom
whence there extends southwardly, a
II i ..I'llmnolnna ft. I ll Wltll till'
Hlliai. rill H4IU.iaiulv ." . . . , . . 1 - J
. ... r !... . ....r....n ..,i Mcini'W.irk ami to have the labour ot a IL
lieptn Iioui nn: Minaiu, om, "inj ..j...0
lo it at distant points, lhe resroi a
diffi-rent description. The soil 1 grey
- . . . . . 11 ...
in some plans, and in others jeuow,
ith sutid. and in somer a
red clay. The stone is as various ia the
'soil, ronsistinir either of a ery hard
iron stone, a sandstone, the white Hint
stone, or free steno. Much of this coun
try was stcri c in its virgin state; but
cjiisrrMitihlfi nf a vei v considerable im-
nrovcmentlrom good ..cultivation, and the
drouth of red clover which is much assis
l.v-l,a unit ncr 1 A irv!).-:tim. 1 IK" UI'Hi q
nf it i.od w t i diu-pit tn iv imDroduc-riih'i'cil with rommon rails. The
11 I L UUU J V a vu v.v v vi v 1 , 1 1 1,1' ......
. . I. ..... a. -A I'
tive state by the course cl cropping, tool3 collected at sum t mes as too ia
Well known all over the state, to require can spare, trom those -pans wuere
desrrintion. A very astonishing in- an incumbrance, and placed wher.
Cjease in all crops, but more especially fence is to be raised. He paysabot
Crv.oit n-onii wats. i ii iiwid siiiji'i irpnta iipr ruri tnr nuttinc un. or uuu
ill Diuai, ,1 ., 1.1.V1 M.-w, -- --
ly after the first use oi gypsum and clo,
a. . . -a-- 1 A ..I nn
ver : Fields that had Decn-exnauwu
work and to have Ihelabour of a, h.
and hand. A portable wheat inresa
machine has been lately brought into f
instructed by Mr. btrowers, ot:i
'nnief rountv : it is an Lnglish in,
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tion. but he has by making raoaci
vood piocured njeat castings tor ine
nose from Blackford's furnace $ it
swers well: the principal pojecti
he price, which hitherto has
Stone fences are much in use in
h.-At-ts of this country : they are r
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or leet lucti, anu are siaacu
to whom I yield the acknowledgment
r . .. i.a..,:nn.
oi every superiority in quanm
save thAt which, emanated frofn zeal tor
tlm i.ii:...... i..nn:nM nf thiiier Who
have honored me with their confidence
nd their collective prosperity as a socie
been in that time
and Uo.pa.eh, a represent uou .u . r-;;" - -ear8. : ... , Lfl! ibu'n,antlv , raisine the wheat pro
JU N JABAT. - 'duct to 20, 25 & 30 bushels per acre, and
nThssueCHSsor, VI r. Salmon, to the. ame! Palace, lth April, 1820. y .the land that had usually produced
0I. . . .l. .m.i Ars..'niiin.iar: I nrt. Jifrl Fursuth to Sen or Don Juan Jabat. hnrrpk nf mm to the acre, befoie the
111 Ul PCI. vll IUC sill ji,.u. , - i - -- -rf- , , otn . ' .ii
.Lied tothe Bake of Sau Fefnando a, - m adrid, april 12, 1820. introduction of this system, now yieldsj
statement, on the part or the American i oi;k j a - r "-- " " trord 6 to to barrels io, me acre. i..n
giaiciuuut, m r .. nniB nf thia dav's date. , . i k
eoveroment, of all-the, persons, eiuzeas.yeur - - V, ,v "VjP ni great Change was maue noi emm. j
Sfihe Uaited States, w.o are khown to be giving the', use of gypsum and clover, but ptrt
in conOuement in dittereni p .rtions oiiae-titr op.u- Vv o" h Jy by the use of better farming -lmpie-aotsa
dominions, ith a lit of their the Americans, prisoner, n the Span ih.W. W , .,.
h.t of their the Americans, onera - at;u bv allowine the soil to repos
cents per rod for putting up, or do!
I kid Mil
Willi lla J,VU lauuuicia. .uio.syH,
a smaller reserve ,f wood land nect
ry, besides the annual saving of la
in repairs, a third or a fourth reta
in wood is thought suthcient; when
can be bad for fencing. ' i , : ;. '
There is a considerable quantit:
meat, (mutton, pork and beef) ca
to market front this district of cou(
The dairy produces a profit to a
but" is not generally attended to, ex
tor family use. Fur the managerae
ritoxjc 1 refer you to others better
jfied by. practice tu give useful jnfoii
lion than royseu. .-; '
r' it!. i:df I naAi
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