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"t7,iv A countrjmafltnamtd Frank
rpsmea auouv m nines ui me
IT Li W
try, and has been employed io bring
pood to town, was last night murdered
vu.nkmin Taylor, a Carpenter. 1 be
eiose that produced this horrid act, we
Lru v a, that Taylor and auother person
..i w.an wrestling, wbea the deceased
L n nna of the parties & a dispute arose
and the deceased guv Taylor the Ire ; in
e.tDJeq1"1"36 which Taylor procured a
knife and stabbed Franklin to the
u.rt. who immediately expired. Taylor
maJa his escape.-11 chmund Patriot
THE MURbfciKER TAKEN.
We have the satisfaction to state that
TrviWiN I. Tailor, the murderer of
7ebf(lfe Franklin, has teen apprehend
. i i. i I l
was retreating mi ne was oaciteu up a-
ari'mol a Miu lr nPfir lllf flfllir. XvllPn 'I'av.
r plunged the ktule up to the hilt in
Franklin's side, exclaming " damn you,
take that" then drawing the knife ou
and throw ing it on a shelf behind th
ounter, said to those present, 1
have killed him, take roe to the case."
The spectators having thought all differ
ence settled, were struck with surprize
Hiid horror. All flew to the assistance
of Franklin, who was falling, and whom
they did not suppose much injured. In
the mean time Taylor made his escape.
It was found that franklin was. mortal
ly wounded ; he had only time to cx
claim" 0 Lord," beforehewas fineech
less :p he died iff about 2 minutesrhe
wound was .on the leffside, between the
fourth and fifth jib, " about 1 inches
oroau, anu u incnes aeen.
The-murder was committed about
dusk on Friday eiflfinTiTf, and the coro
ner held an i'(iaLn&'0y !j..la(i
nigbtr which, weundeiranUJrrsHitei
In a verdict of wilful murder by Ben
iamin I. Taylor.", AH the policc-offi
cers were immediately eent m pursuit pi
the murderer, and "diligent search was
made all that night and next day fori
him but he had escaped from the city J
A Mr. Blackburn, who had been in the
city when the murder, was committed,
and heard a description given of Tay
lor, started towards Fredericksburg bo
lirongi the noes, overset several teni
arried away several paunefs offepe
passed ( ll'tbrougli the woods, & wore in
lew minutes, out of hearing of the louden
tells that belonged to the segment. 1 !:
text day . was spent in collecting then
dine of which were found ten or tweiv
miles from the camp up the St. Jseps
and abouSO or ,23 were never found, ai-
ihou pursued abve 20 mile Iba. alar
ning flight of the hqrses of that regimen
injured them more than conid have beet
guppassed ; for they had rua go lone it
sue li a compaet body, that very few ban
7 a .
erowdeu on weia.
The writer of this was an officer of the
muni mill iKam nn ilutc. Thft nicrht hpiner
V, " J " O . . P
clear and calm tbe moon rolling in full
uplendour, the flight of the horses, which
. it! . . il J A. I !
resemoUiu aisiBOi luunuer, iuo iuea oi an
immediate attack from theludians, and
tbe groaod of our encampment being paved
with the bones of" former warriors, all
combined to furnis-h one of (hose awfully
lublime JWght Seines lM beggaf all
scripiion. 0;-vft '
A similar ilient oftbC aorses took place
about tbe 2vid Jaoe, i after tbe regiment
bad arrived at Fort;Mei2si - -
tdgment he was instructed to protiouw t'
ipon the several defendants Was as fol-
vS :'I"iTe defendant, H. Hunt, was
vntenced to be imprisoned two ycarV
ind a half in his majesty's gaol at Iicbes
er, tn the county of Somciset, and a"
he expiration of that term to find se-
uiity for his good behaviour for five
years, himself in iiOOO, and two sureties
n 500 each. The other defendants, J.
Johnson, J. Healy, and S. Bamford,
were severally sentenced to be imprison.
d one year in Lincoln Castle, and
reaped without being lamed, havin4hi-Hlie expiration of that terra to find sepu
bind feet eut by tho sSoes ofrfaose thai rity for Uheir good behavidllf fori five
years, tnemseives in izw, and two sure-
,, and is novv injaw in mis my. uo rore(ay on Saturday morning, and o-i
M Uken to the Old Court House yes. jver(o()k ilim on the roa(i, abnut 10 or 11
tirday morning, ana ine witnesses, Ocjockf ncar Brandy wine, m King
abimr 12 in number; examined oeiore vVilHam county, about 25 miles from
Vr.U. Fitzwhylsoim, James Bawlings Ri0hmnml ; and after satisfying hunsclf
,nd Samuel M'Craw, Esqr Magis nf hia bein th- mu, derer. rode back to
Iratesol this city. All the evidence Elliott's tavern , and gave information of
a 1 XA - -1 . I
liven in was clear anu sauaiauoiy, anu the circ(m,stance to some gentle nan who
agreed in every particular, uib suuiam-o wcre j)rcscntt and advised to pursuaand
ut which is as follows : , 'apprehend him. Two gentlemen, Mr.
Benjamin I. Taylor;4he prisoner, and Spiller and Mr. Tally,-immediately
Zebedqc trauklm, the deceased, nau started after him, and found him asleep
frequently been in company, ana were un(jcr a trec Worn down, by fatigue in
oi friendly terms. On Friday evening walkinir all the Drecedihs: nicht. He
Pauklin and Taylor, wuh several o?h- m!Ui no resistanre. hut after a narlov
er persons, were in company at lr. confe3aed himself to &C the person who
Marnuis's tavern, on Shockoe Hill i,,Hi tahhiw Franklin. Messrs.. SDillei
. . . . .. . .
Tvhen it was proposed that ranRim anu amj Xally, (who deserve great praise
another person stiouiu wresue . tiiey for their conduct on this occasion,) car
did wrestle and Franklin twice threw rir,i-him berore a mae-istratc. and af-
Lm antagonist. Taylor who had lost a terwards brought him to this city, where
small bet by the result, then proposed they arrjvcd between 9 and 10 o'clock
t iat Franklin should wrestle wim ano-ion Saturday night, and lodged him in
t er person, also tor a smaii oet, aim the cage,
;tiie afher parties agreeing to it. they al-j pl0 cae bPjng a vcry rIcar ono, the
so wrestled, and Franklin was thrown ; Magistrates had no hesitation in corn
but the ulripiers declaring the throw mitting the prisoner to'jail on tho'charge
- unlair, the stakes were returned to the of Miirderi He will be brought before
putties. Taylor was much dissatisfied (he Hustings Court, at the new Court!
with this decision, contended it wasa House in this, city, m Monday, the 10th
fair throw, and insisted on being paid inst at 10 o'clock, to bo tried, or toun-
the money that was bet, (aboui 2o cents.) fcrg0 a fu,.fner examination. Aadrewj
' Wicn Franklin, was thrown, Taylor Stevenson Esq. who bad been employed
exclaimed " You are thrown I told you to ,jefen(i tne prig0ner, attended the court
WL Franklin denieu navins and took notes of the evidence.
thrown tatrlv. wnne xayioi hwoicu ik a tmv nrts we have stated were so
hail, and after a little dispute FVankhn ceary proved, that it would be useless!
said any one who said he bad been t(J attemptjto controvert them, we feel no
laiily thrown waa aiiar.4 ayiyricy hesitation inJaying them belore thfi pub;
ing the lie to be given to him, and angry jic wh0 appear niuC, aeitated by the hor
at not eetiinc the money, which heas-.;r1ifipmi. l,,, flq therf nrobablv will be a
Hiru d he had woii, said ho would not difference in opinion between, the state's
- t ke it" such treatment, .went into Mr. attorney and the counsel for'the prisoner,
Ma-.-juis's store, and immediately re- whethcr the act is' murder in the first
turned with a stick called a gamble, and degree, murder in the second degree, or
was making towards Franklin evidently manslaughter, we forbear giving" fully
wh'thc intention ot sti iking him. when thnt part of the evidence on which this
Franklin took tip his whip to defend him decision wiil depend, viz. whether the
self but immediately threw it down, say- act waj jf nberately committed, With
Wig he did not tear lajior, wai neuniiu ,nance aforethousht, whether it was
hip him although hchad a stick. 5 Tay- committed in the'heat of passion, with-
mr men threw uown nis sulk, anu ic out rctlection-wor whether it was com
tmcd into the store, while Franklin 'mittfd in srif defence.
B.id to those who had collected to, wit- Taylor, the prisoner, 13 certainly a
ii'si the wresilitig, that he did not wish m9n 0f notdrious bad. character, and
to'quarrel wi.ii Taylor or any one, and ia9 Jong been a pest to the city and hi1-
invited them all, including Taylor, intovery reapectablc relations. He had fie
the store to treat them. On reaching, quently before threatened and attempted
the store. Franklin1 ordered 25 cents t(l gnoot an(i nergrtns. He appears a-
Morth of liquor to treat tho company, j)0U gi 0r 22 years of ago, a diminu
. CINCINNATI, JUNE 15. .
iA Curiosity. On yat'urday last; in dig-
ging lb well of Mr. Wright, near Har
risou, in this county, nearly a "nile from
the White Water, and about 14 feet from
the surface, in a bed of rounded limestone
pebbles. & Jiving frog was dug up, which
a a short time, hopped away nimbly as it
he had been but a year old. 1 here are
trees contiguous, and in lower, ground,
more than 300 years old, whieh have evi
dently taken the place of others bf equal
growth; so that this frog had probably
lain buried tor 1000 years.
A Mr.! Whitaker, who lived a few miles
west ot the .Littto Miami, intortned tbe
writer of this some years ago, that, in dig
ging his well, he had found buried therej a
living Irog qc a lizard (if rightly recollect
ed) more than 30 teet below the surface.
NEWPORT, (R. I. ) JUNE 17.
RELIGIOUS CAMP MhEIhNli.
A Methodist Camp Meeting was held
from the 8th to the 13tu inst. at Nortli
Kingstown, about three miles from the
village of Wickford The' Proyidenea
Journal of Monday last, say :
" At this Meeting there were present,
twenty six inetbodist preachers, and a
number of Reverend Gentlemen' of other
orders, Tlie congregation oo the first
day was about 230a the second day about
4000 the -bird day about 3000 on bun
day the 4h day of tbe meeting, the con
gregation became immensely large, when,
according to thebest calculation that could
be made, about 15,000 xouls uere judged to
be present but'as the ground .1 encamp
ment would contain but about 10.000 peo
ple, another stand was erected about a
quarter of a mile from the encampment
where live sermons were delivered during
ties in ilOO each, and to be further im
prisoned till such security shouIa4e en
tered into, " 'r33'':
Sir c. Wolselcy and Parson Harrison
were then brought ip to jeceive the
judgment of the court.- wbick Was, that
Sir C, Wolseley BhpuM f-imprisoned
for one year and a half in his Majesry'a
oi at Abingdon, ana at the expiratfon
Usi that term find security for fi ve y ears',
himself-m tiOOO, and tvo sureties: in
l&00f and that Harrison should be im
prisoned at Ciiester for one year and a
half,1 and' at the expiration of that time
to find securities for five yearsi himself
in 1200, and two sureties in Z100 each.
Hunt and Sir Charles Wohf ley were
conducted on Monday night to the King's
Bench Prison, and were allotted - an a
parlmcnt over the Wine room, where
they passed the night together. They
were moved on Wednesday to their res
pective places of confinement. Harri
son quitted London on Monday night,
accompanied by Mr. Hudson, consta-
hle of Chester Castle, and arrived in
that city on Wednesday night. The
whole period of imprisonment to -which
Harrison is sentenced is three years and
It is rumoured, that the learned jud
ges of the Kins'8 Bench are divided in
opinion as to the propriety of granting
a new trial in the case of Sir F. Durdett.
The delay which has taken place in pas
sing their judgment, confirms this re
port. Price of Stock at London, May 18.
3 per cent, reduced, 69 ; 3 per cent,
consels, 6 J.3 4.
Liverpool Corn Exchange, M.ay 1C.
American wheat, 9s 3 to lbs. Flour,
American, 38 to 40s. per barrel ; in
bond, 28 to 30. .
The Elector of Hcsso lately sent a
commercial traveller to prison for six
months for finding fault with the state of
the roads ! ' - -
On 2lst of April a dreadful fire broke
out at Brix, in Uohcmia, -which reduced
to ashes the greater part of that town,
which is pretty large, and well bdilf.
On the 2Mb another fire broke out at
Miltigan, an estate belonging to Prince
Mctlernich, which being spread by a
high wind, destroved, in a lew hours,
individuals are said to be implicated
this affair ; five or six have been ar!
ted. One of the journals says, that lj
ring the hundred days he was emploh
by the police to go -about as a spy
the disguise of r.Hciicaj
accomplices of Gravjersare eA.v. K
been arrested. ye pefards, 1L tl1
he made use ofWere seized on .
day, in the prffy of the house occ
either by him or.oue of ifae other pei
accused. The trial of Lodvel is
Advices hate been received from
tarn to the middle of December I.
the Dutch had tnade two very despe
attempts, but without uccess, to ret
a place of .considerable injportance
tbe Island of Sumatra, wuicli had fa'
into the hands of thfe natives, by w(
tbe European residents, had been ti
inhumanly massacred. In the last
tack some ships of .war succeeded
getting within fire of Jhe fort, the j
tives poured in a heavy discharge
musketry and great guns, and fietl
to nearly 100 bamboo houses, whj
floating down the current, carried
truction among the vessels. Str
symptoms of dissatisfaction were m
fested in several other of the Dutch
tleraents, in India. The treat.uent
the natives by the Dutch is said tq
very barbarous, and it is thought
it is in consequence of such ill-treatn.
that the disaffection is so manifest, 1
a largo force is requisite to keep the!
tives in subjection.
4 Erin p-d Hrnnph ' Tn nil. mhh4
nlay concern. j
I, Robert Hanlon, of the First I,
als, and a native of the county Wfl
low, do hereby challenge any ma i
fight me for ilOO sterling, or, in hi
of my country!!!" , j:
Erin go Braugh, i
Wc, Henry Sutton and John
ter, having seen, yesterday, a chall '
from a Mr. Uanlon, to fight any
in the world, we beg to state, thaw
may have his choice of lis, for 100
neas, at one months notice : and
that he or his friends will visit Kiln
ham, deposit some money, and hsf ,
tncnuiy glass. w nn respect to cour
which he si strongly alludes to, pr
.. i 1 .1 Cu: !i ,!
tries to us being the same ; and wel
IIIUt.il SvrisiauvilW III till ICf i
hospitality of Erin's sons, to thiiri4
lour or Country makes any differehl
k Henry Suttojj
A X ...I! P I l I i
ii a niccuiig ui uicruiiuiiis anu u'(
The solemnities of each day commeneedj the castle, Uio chiirch, the school, and
with singing and prayer in each lent, after
which they usually repaired to tbe public
ground, and joined in a gcueral prayer
meeting next preachiug about 7 o'cloek
in the morning, which was followed by
other religious exercises; and in the in
tervals between the hours of preaching,
the religious part of the congregation spent
their preeiouj moments in circles of prayer
with those who were mourning under a
sense of sin.
the ground was well illuminated at
nigbt by lamps, which were kept burning
h the whole encampment, and in
every tent, during tbe nigut, anu guards
kej't a steady watch, that, no one might
intrude to create disorder, or disturb tbe
repofe of the devout worshippers.'
and while the liquor was drawing, fay
Jor took up a large -keen knife used for
cutting bacon and cheese, .and advanced
towards Franklin, with an intention of
stabbing him, as was supposed ; but
was laid hold on by ,a person present,
ho expostulated with him on the im
propriety of his conduct. Taylor then
laid down the knife, and all present
thought the' affair nettled, and were a
fcout to drink the liquor in friendship
that Franklin had ordered. Taylor had
in the course of the controversy said
"I'll have revenge at the risk of "my
. life to-night." - After being in the
store $ or 10 minutes, about 15 minutes
alTer the lie was given, and 6 minutes
alter, Taylor laid the knife down the
fiist time, Taylor was heard by a wit-
. tiess . mustering 'something "to himself
and Franklin speaking to thoc Wnnd
ninS said it was jiseiess for Taylor to
take Astick 'and knife to sraro him, for
wis not afraid of him." On thh
Tftjlor again si tzed the knife,-and najcr
lug towards -Franklin, with J he ,utmys
peed, exchirfiifrg a'nt you" roado two
oj iUree uasseg at him, wjiilo .'.Frankttn
tive ill looking man, by profession a car
penfer. Franklin was about IS years
of age, a handsome, well grown youth,
of a cheerful and pleasing disposition
although poor, and is said to have been
the only support of an aged mother.
He resided about 8 miles up the coun
try, but was almost every day in the
ity, with wood to sell.
Flight' of Horses. About the" loth of
June, 1613, at 2 o'clock ra the..morning.
whilo Cpl.4. JI. JohhsSga regitneiif
was encamped on the peninsUal belo fori
Wavne, in? a beautiful era,9 rlaiu. som
of the hones that passed the line of sen
Hnels and got some distance up the Si
Joseph, became alarm,ed, and camo run
iint into camp in c;eat Iright. l"
alarmed all tuehors.'s in tb regnnen'
which united in a solid column within th
lines, and took "three cau ses, roiiad lit -eanip.i.
It woilld ?cem almost incrodihl
Sut it h afdet, they ppe ireiL!oot to covf
nore tbaa about 10 by t'O yai d ofgrou
und.yet their "oiniijierwasjabout COO. Tt:
iioon shone ijat lbs full, the camp wt ft
nen nlain, and the seen.' a'-vfuMy uii'-; "
. forced their pin a it
ritoM THE If. 1'.' EVEfjTlNG TOST, JULY 1.
Latest from Europe. To the polite-
ness ot capt. var.e, or me snip Ann
Maria, from Liverpool, who arrived
last evening in the offing, we are in
debted for Lloyd's Lists to the iGth,
London paper to the I8ih, and Liver
pool to the 20th of May, inclusive.
Great and splendid preparati tjns were
making. for ;the-coronation of the king,
which it was said would take place on
the 1st -of August. The expense it is
said will exceed one hundred thousand
mnds sterling.,. The price of a coro
nation. dress, for a peeress is esteemed at
me thousand pounds. . . .
On the 15th of May, in the Court of
Sing's Bench, . sentence was pronounced
upon Muni ami me oiuer 'leicniiams.
onvicted at the last assizes lor ioi k.
number of affidavits were offered by
'ic, parties, endeavoring to shew their
nnocence. and if possible escape the
'h of the law,, but'it all would not no.
Justice Bailey, after hearing them
Hd', proceeded i pronounce the jtidg
a nt of the ctfurt on the several de fend
iis. After jcmnmcntingloh the "nature
f the offence of .which they had been
jvonvictedj.tbe learned jndgC Baid th
The Madrid journals of the 29th A-
hril. announce that, iii consenuence of
the inquiry insutu.cd into the unfortunate
events at Cadiz, funerals Campaua and
Valdez, who wen then in command of
f. a ' a
the place, nave oetn arrested, as also
the colonels of the regiment of Guide9
and Loyalty, who had shewn themselves
instruments in tho massacre committed
on therinhabitants. .
The Paris papers of Wednesday Week
state that her Majesty Jhe Quoen ol Eng
land had arrived at Macon, under the
title of tho Marchioness de Bolt, in her
way to Brussels. Her Carriage bore the
device, Spe moliort vehor. Some equf
pages belonging to her majesty, arrived
at Ghent on the 6th inst.
The French papers communicalc the
particulars of a barbarntis attempt up
on the Life of the Dutchess de Berii,
and, through hiv, upon the' existence of
the reigning house 6f Bourbon.' It is
stated, that cany on bunday morning
week, soon after twelve o'clock a man
made his appearance very silently at the
wicket of the rue .do I'Ecbille, near the
windows of that part of the Thuiileriea
whero the Uutclnss de -lierii resides,
and placed there a petard, containing
one or two pounds of eun powder, the
match of which he ignited hy moans hi
a lighted segar.
He wastlien immediately; srizod ay
the police agents,-placed in concealm. at
interested in the trade of this portja
at. tho Exchange Sale room on the
nil TTI-.l TJ .
instant. j. iiumno x' iciLiiur, jcsij.
chair, a petition to parliament a
the restrictive measures on truM
proioscd and unanimously adopted j
ordered to remain for signatures ill
public, rooms until this evening;
which it will be forwarded bv the f
man to the members for the boroug
A petition was nresenfed to the I
of Commons yesterday week, by i
Sefton signed by 400 respectable 1 1
itants of Liverpool, prat ing that L
new arrangements respecting tho.'
list, the xrown may be properly tl;
ted in its power of srrantinc noli'
and sinecures witliout the interven (
parliament. "" j
News was .received here on W .
d iy ifforning and generally credite jj
Sir F. Burdett had been condem
three years imprisonment and a 11
A ministerlal'evening paper sayo
mentioned sometime since that l
had bee.i sent to St. Heiena, dirj
a more enlarged freedom to be af j
to Bonaparte. Tbe expected ret!
Sir Hudson Lowe is considered asS
roboralion of the fact." -
At Glasgow, trade is statet1 to '
proving, and journeymen's wages
advance ; ,
A criminal information is filed i
Mrs! Carlisle, for publishing do
of the1 Ace of Ueason.,, I
fttl TllQO.lnu ...lr ... ,tA: 4f
( Mti j i were sentenced to variou
of imprisonment in the house of h
tion, none of them exceed seven
Mr. Grat tan's resignation of Is
for Dublin, in. lioiulv exiwcied. I.
near the spt by -Count Angles, '.the pre- count, :.of Ins declining, health.
ectof n dirc, who appears had nrt-vious ;Orattan, ijn. hasajready commi'
information of what was 'tVtake piace. 'ctJivasi of the citizens toucce"
The name of the-man thus '.taken'intoj father. :t ... , .J
custody isGravicrs, and he wns fornvr- "Oil Tuesday week 'the soldier'
ly an ptucer in the bn regiment ol lan- under, arm? most pf the night aj
cers; he is said to have made . disclo
3utes,; in consequence of which three
other individuals were arrested early on
Sunday morning. Gravu-r has been
transferred" V La Force. VA number of raeuU of iMliwit9A they ar
i f 1 -art. 8
uersnciu. jrires were, seen op.
lulls around the town, and it is v;
magistrates received some secret.1!
iiihlion respecting: the intended ,.'