i-om ?hf r.i-.', ,l l:i l.T'-i tv have aLo received a1;
r' t'.r i.c l:ght '',y:a thc la:nc quarter. - It (Ji
n fir;, no creditable to our section, that, two year:
io jUvro "Qt inSk' nowapapcr vest of Kleigh ,
H.c in the Northern btatcs there is. scarcely a town-
: . t '
six fi.ik nuare, but lias us newspaper, nerij
. i o.Tiii'.n v w ' . . .........
uf Ii-ttcr from the tff.Vrcul courts i.iT.irnrs an, how
i-ver, going to Hhe "auie point ; thi.tU, coutvf.Hbigoui
government to m7il, rat ion ptvI fortava tovai'd.
spaiu. Th a T.mpcrer Alexander felt nartir'Jir sMin
l.ule upon the subject; puhap as l.cai of the holy id
nance, No sooner was tui communication m-vhy than
thn iwimn,',M,S j llffl-rii iimi Vltkit'd tilt T SttUllttf S
ntcd the spectacle of the larger lalf 6f Uio cencc auJ Lij Afr pr, j .ct quiet! to r:st on the table.
I fth kUte the yjuon, V isscsstng; two-thirds oi , uc ,n thi ,:tft,;on tiu.r4 continued a few wtckJ Imger
he populationVV.thbut a single neiupapcr to diffuse when, lo! to the jay of alltlm arrival of D m Viua at
L (vmo'nir the people, or to msrt thcVrrhi NcwA'orkwas aunounscJ, and la a few-.day afterwards
?;fi!.n.u, f f' V f, n-.i -kh he mad l.u appearance kt the scat of government. Af-
f.T- lMii'h. we received. thejjn, and Com nokjgo .-.Wlll, . 1 .w eMmnnM i,:, muscles. anj co .
.jre tic newspaprW. Hut a change is taking place i jcct 1,5, idcitstt p0n was duly introduced to the Pre!
1 rintcd '
nn.fch. lolh in the Writem aection of the itate.
'.1 - ....a mfit
. i 11 r . . . . - .
. . . .1 . a I. ... "... - k. ....lokl J a I ui V. .d :H AHAfinl lAAnMumruihrLinriii
1 ,r vtt CertAlri. At Uiia jn mere w a nwi;iiJ;r i new, hij nw uiuc a luav in ujivum m wwi i
Plow, J 1 . .1 - . I I. K', ftisrf n, In ! Avlimi r wrrrr-tnrir i.f KtJf. he-
the town of Milton, ana nnouicr jiuwdo- " - "7 - , . - r
V TUrE'.e examuiation cf the treaty of th SfAl Fchmarj-,
u0!ri cninratMntr an
that dcrrce oi
ttablihc(l in the
au'jccqoent page- ' A ' ' I king, Ida mater, fudged it nt-ccwury and indispensable
. J. .s tunA n t Jents and bisure to in the exerc't of hla duties as a ore'reign, nviieit cer.
t rvvrvolicit Uui contribution, of their. pena..Well
v rint'ti cMiva, on any and every uaeful auhject, will be
manner j on aubjecu
ton tTblanatloM ofywtr tfoverntnm!, Thebc erplunattoni
were nouiintr more nor iciiian uircc crir uuruovvuauiw
D ... - - - .
demandxthe ,.jnf of jwdiiclijvaa in tle tJU)win wontat
AmWv receivel; On morai
riiMict ted with the natural history, and the internal im
.ovunent oCour Statr. on agriculture and ral.cxno.
flf T atuttfi-sh'Crt'tipoi ercty BubjccrcOTncctcd -either in amitj vits town."
with the phvaical or moral condition cf the community, tera of -Secretary Adams, were we he
uenLmiTn&iiray be madc to ua, and which, 'fact, f.om bia reply to these Htrange
IVHif judgment, will not anitr for publication, will be
' viisoosd of without the severity of criticism.
X.. .: ..." . 1 mtSB
Out HtaVona U ftyam, I
" Von TIIF. LAST SIX MONTHS.
reLtfioiu vith thi tirctend-J roverniitenti efl.he rsv l:ed Lrrv.
iiicet 0 tSlmiti, titiruted '-bemml $ra. and will cmifjrm tithe
C vJiroce xiiaj; a!Vliei.W,mi reject py vmcr
w e cnoum ao lniusuce vo uic icv
were we here to present ex-
use Htransre tknu:w cf the
Spanish gwvernment ; and to gn e the whole would take
tm too mtich sratc. Suffice it tlien to aay, that they were
in a stvle andsnirit hecomiux the dirnity and intelli-
geiicit of thciAmerican government. Upon the subject
of the tturtl rejiet of-tlic gpaninh government, as con
tained iiaiheVords above fnioted,the Premdent, in his
mcsswf6 to Congress of the 'Ah May, says : Jn regard to
the ipulation proposed as the conr'-tjon et the raunca-
. . .. . lit .... 1 .. 1
coiivirac.':R, tuu r rc:u nr rr.nu-u, i..ivc u uc.
tfCed, tVvir aiihori and uLcilt.-s arriaU:'! and M'pn
ned uri .'. I,,ei'.' divovcricf have been ud a a pn-tfrvt
for Btitng.hti.liij the nrti of t'wt governirwnt, and giving
to it a tiocr 1 onc dojig.ru to the rtinaiuiiig hlfi
tn-s of the people, lint UiTucciai 10 ihc nigi nuuuei
uh'.L uf lliurli-thmen. Tim Wrt v cf the nr, the hnnV
of Hn.Tl tnd, iai been ti;a!eriid!y reotniined drting ho
t . a t a.t . . i . ' . i . . .
late S'jss.on ot rununitnt j ana uio private maniion 01 an
Utiiflinhinan is not nov sliickkd froii the intrusion ol any
n n. .. ... . ... . . . .i .......
Sietty oiiu'tr wno may see 1.1 xo ictit h, uhimiuh
limsy pr.-text be nuy judge best to adopt. Auii btll
this con;tioa wt.t tliitrtin, great preparation Wtrc
niHtlnsr fir the connadotf of C jorira UiCl . Who n6c,
oid v, for that occaiion, it Is said, ill cowt nearly tvt Hun-
Jrjii thoumnd dMirif li s queen is wanovnng on me
continent, and preparing to return to ngla.id,-to mar
ns pleasure on that great occasion.
' l,i ICELAND, very serious disturbances existed, but
an. nriv nirthdlv lunnrcuccL Great f xcesnes were CO.A
ni'itteil bv the rioboiunen, and thtir iiumtM-rs excited
We arc tU isfc c that Conrcw liar? iMr -praM
sum irt txcei'di'njr fur'ei thumnd Jin, f.r tin.
itction of a J.ijht -IIvUM 0:1 S!ull Castle Ulaiu!, i.j t!'u
Otcj rr, iLprcfctTei!, a hs'ht veI to be m-wtdln j.
proper pbri near the U.nJ. i , j
-.'I h'V have W Sppivyruua tlcuiantl doiutri iir
carrying Into tflcct a. reioluton directing a- sirvcy. 01
ccruuTpaftsof the coast of North Carolina," which rc re
lation wtut pst d durug the l.st scon of the 14th won. ,
rc .Our readers will recollect : tbat-thji Importirttr .'
irvev baa now been iairogTcssj for orrK5 wcekv an ,-f?j
in aU probability, will- be completed before tU wl W. . .j
iaVrable aLteq j but s umlisciphnqd and ill organized a
e ht ,ulo retMUnei toihe uisapunea
'.t the.ppcn:ng of t':c past session of Congrcw. all eyes Jtioiwof the treaty, that the United States shall abandon
itiut 1n lv. full of the exDectation that thoiirht to recoimize the revolutionnrv colonic in South
' " " . v ITT 0 . ' 1 .I. .1
wmif atens of lecision w ould be takeivJome measures
cf energy adopted, to bring to a termination our protrac
ted difltrcnecs with Spain. The members of Congress
;!u rr.iclvei expected nothing less tlian that the Preset
voidJ reconimen I the occupation of Florida, sm in-
"thatthaUmteantaTessr.ouia carrj- me conaauonaoi me 1 oe rcccKnizta uy oarKwcnumm.
trtntv into clfcct in tlw sunie manner as if it had been I sition of the Spanish minister had any
America, or to form ether relations vita them, wuen, in
their judgment, it may be just and expedient so to do, it
is manifestly so repugnant to the honor, and even the in
dependence of the United 9tatcs, that it hs been impo
siblc to discuss it." All discussion, therefore, upon this
. M.iitv for tfie millions of dollars Hue our insultin? nroposition w as indignantly refused by our gov.
rnmmitted unon our comtnerce bv i mnient. And whether bv accident, cr on purpose, we
.Vpaiih citi.ens. At length the message was comuiuni- pretend not to say, but about the same tunc the house ot
At, ,! uuti rea.1 with CTeat interest. Full one half of it representatives took up Mr. Clay's resolution respecting
vaa tktn,ipj!X. kt:uli.g the cirt-.umstayctaAtUiiding theindependeace of South. America, and paired ttA 1 lus
tiie WMi-ratiiVeation ci the treaty of 22d February, 1819; resolution, in effect, declared the sentiment that the in-
iiid the whols wits wound up with a recommendation, dependence of the South American governments ought to
. . .... .... 'i iJ .t . r.L 1 . J L.. . lt'ktl.o iYin rtmrift.
,1 liVM.V. WIV
elrect upon the
Spain." V e siikll not stop here to comment 1 nunds of members in produor -j Uus result, is altogcuicr
Tmon the anomalv of the ju-inciple coiVamed in this re- conjectural ; but the passage ot that resolution was cer
cemmendation o'f the President. There was this much tainly an adverse commentary on part of the Don's cpis
... i. .:.! v : "m vu-w ,i artian Rut. ni if tl.r In aliort. it was soon foi'.nd. contra rv to expectation.
alarmed at the encrev of hiirccominciMlatthc Fresi- tatthe newnumster brought with him neitheX-lhc-ou
treatv ra'.iheil, nor lull powers xoiorm a new "'- " "
uselcV, then, to continue the correspondence, or to open
a new necoiiation. What, then, was to be done ? 'llie
whole purpose of Spain evidently was procrastination.
After iiirhtcen vears of neeotiation between the two gov.
ernmcnts, they appeared as far from an adjustment as
when tlicv commenced. 44 Under this view of the sub-
lect. Cfcivs the President in his message,) the course to be
mirs ltd wouhl annear direct and obvious, if the affairs
fica'iona f l'lainlr to vMldvr. First, it is recommended I of Spain had remained in the state in w Inch they were
! it iim Uur to carrv Uifi.iriaiv mio eiiccif-men u is 1 wnen nus mini.cr ttajieu. vu. n uwn ! -
auvisoil to make the proposed liw contingent) to give an portant change has since taken place in the flovernmtnt
r explanations d'trirrj? th; pretent tesston tf of tt it country, which camv:t tail to he sensiwy ten in us
. I . . .. .1 If ' .. . .a nn
and will arned "iildievy sf-nrsgAiiistthemf Ucy Were
noon ill iperse 1, many ot tacir leaders sppreiieniiea ajna
ccmmitt::l fur trial ut the. assizcs-tliiir execution will
jfollow of course. The Knglwh governmeut Jiaa never
ow:i ir.ueii mercy to the opprciu insn ; i.i iney, in
their f inHme tiVeil the let taHimt ith great aeverity.
But they t arry their ennuty too tar, and aeitai .incir own
Durncsc's. .Thev infuse a jrencral terror, and unite those
ogsWthcm who" wotdd otherwise be their friends.-- Il.id
thev some iSacrsp:rit to' r'dc on tHeVhiilwmd of Iriii
impvtnosit.,'and directthe storing thcyjniglit assume an
attitude w iiich would compel P.ngland, in her present
.. . . j
SitU'ition, to gram inem intir rgms.
feCOI LANl). I he coo), calculating, loyal Scotch arc
1. n,ii .ivnusmt nul linvi- d;u'iliu cil a Fomt at once
antonis!dnL' and unexpected. - bouietmng ntcbcully wrong
mint k in the Uritish irovernmrnt--thc loyal, philo
ufinhlc SeoLchinen jnu'st have drank the cup of n.isery to
the very dregs, or they would never have risen in oppo
sition to thtir king. InGhugow and Pauley, the former
the second city in Scotland, and the latter one of the lirxt
manufacturing to :i(,and in the neighboring country for
- .1.- .1 .... not n tl.j.
same miles tounu, ini mc wuik.wiwi wnn ui
number of sixty thouwjd. A secret provisional govern,
mrtit ha been i 'armed, wliich has i.ssaed prodnniations.
I.n ithmtr a imrit tralv ablliinir. not to the fricixU ot
Hhnrtv. hut touhtf advocates of oppression. One of th;ui
styled an .Utrcu to the peoj.!c f England, Inland, uwl
Si-.-.LiU," called Upon the peoJ to come forward, and
"to t-ft'ec by hrce, if resisted, a t relation in the r;vcrn
.,!. ,n and concluded in th; lullowiJii? emphatic words:
Ilri'm a fvl lutirc. The vishc3 of all good men are
with us7'J6in toirthcr; and make" d ;V dlie, ana the
Colonel II wit Ath w. of the 6th infont-y, naa Uct
uppoiuttd a Brigadier General inthe araiy of tlw UniteJ "
SJUtes. ' ' '
Colonil Atkinson Is a cWvftut Uwi cslcenv "I
durinj Uic past session of Congres-s in conversation wkli
one.ofpuu1''bfr-, spoke 61 Colonel Atwnson w. m
most honorable term. He said tliat tlicre was not his
Klpcriorof thff Bimc'"Tade'," 1 n tilTwlKu'e eVaT)nsTinierJ.
An opinion may be fai mc I of the degree of csiimatioa
in which Colonel Atkinson is lieldby the abiamstratior,
fttuT tK?ir eteciion 'of TiiiiTto conducl tte" T n 'o pi JQp 13' ct
Missouri Uiver 1 a very imporUnt and arditVus expe I -
t ion. When, betore the adjournment 01 uongrcs it wa
know n that there was a vacancy of a Brigulier General'
post, by the resignation of Ocnend Hipley, the members
from this state unanimously joined in a recommendation
in favor of their fellow-citizen, Colonel Atkinson, W
are glad to sec that the President, by ce:r.p1ying witU
their wishes, lias confcircd a mark of just ditinction up
on one of the most serviceable oflii in t'ac army.
United Siatct Dank. Counterfeit Notes of the ihn nj.
ination of Five Hundred Dollar?, of ttie pnr:nt bank. ero
ktelv detected bv the principil Teller in the V. Htatc.'
1 Bunk, in the c xchang of notes with city banks. Sine.
''lthen counterfeit note of the denomination of Fifty Dol
lars, alij of the paicut bank, have appearca la c:rcu-tion.
.'.Lnt.in thc next pKnirr-ph of his m&zc, farther adds
' It in wibmilted, therefore, w hetbet it will not be proper
to make the proposed law for Carrying the condi' ions of
ttic trer.ty into effect, should it be dopted, centingent;
lo suspend its operations upon the xcsponsihirity of the
exccuUe, Jn such a nianntr as to auora an opponunuy
for Bicii fiiendly cspl:nmtions as nAy be desired, during
the prvsci'.t ses'don oi Co!!gr? Now, to w hat does
this recommendation amount, taking it with ay its tpiah-
intercourse with other nations.
This change was pro-
nations of the earth will had the day wlix-n the stwi-iura yy
.... .... . -i" rit m.ii;.l "v
cr Ubcrtv shall DC nusea on us mure " ' (...!
miLhes had taken place between parties of Ibe soMicry interested
"""TO ' 0 VH'PJI TH 6XS.
seize the firat opportunity of rct irnirtg our vu
acknowledgnienti to such of our friends as have
themselves in obtaining subscribers to our pa-
and the reformers; in some of which the forn.er were j)tP, ye fcci the full force of the obligation they have
compelled to Mreat, and in others the latter. What will i,nposcj on us , and at the same time that we offer them
be the result of these inHurrectionary movemcn.s in , f . ;mllliLr.
riou9paH.ofUicUnitedKingdo1n,itisin.po,9ilbletsay. - - - ' ..
We-arc'Tearful, however, tl aVtlv will tenninate, for the the hope, that all of ourfncnJ who feel an interest in
prcstnt, unfavorably to the libertieo of the people. Ihe guCccS3 and usefulness of this paper, will continue
n formers arc destitute of plan, and competent leaders; f CXcrton to add to the number of our subscribers,
ar.d aie ak.oat entirely witliout arms and aininuniuon - h aubscripdon pa-
l hty luve a large militarj' force, and a powerful landed c request ic.i ptisons m i i
and monied interest, to contend with; and without pen on hand, to which there may be names, imracijately
ecnerol concert, and well digested plans, they cannot transmit thcin to u in order tl.xt we may forward to
jftliij 'cin:in?Fn! law. waa intended merely for during I dueed by the late revolution in that country," by which
the somioii of ConercssTiben there was no necessity for the Inquisition is agin abolished, and the Constitution of
it; forCcngreKwaSpn the spot, read at any day to ex- the Cortes of lb 12 adopted by the nation, and sworn to
rcise the powers rested in them by the constitution. by the king. Thenvsince there is so great a change in
If it intended to continue in force afier the rise of the government of Spain, in the power and councils cf
Congrt, to autltorinc the President, on certain coutin- the king, it is certainly wise in this nation, before it take s
, vir(., to occupy Florida, then gain'the.x was no ne- measures for the redress of its complaints, to give to the
i siity for it, as.there already exists a law to that effect, new order cf things at Madrid an opportunity of adjust
resscd in the N ear -1811. So that, from a view of thr ing our diflerencea in an amicable manner,
v ho.c case, it U plain that the Prcsideiii's rccommemla- Influenced by thia view of the subject, the President
foil amounted lo notjiiog; or if to auv thing, it was thai concludes his message of tlie 9th of May to Congress, by
Wvrvn should not act at all upou the subject. Proba- obsening With these remarks, I submit it to the wis
bly U rr.s owing to this impression miule by the Prcsi- dqn of Congress whether it will not still be advisable to
;:.'i message unon the minds cf mcr.ber, m well as to postpone any decision on G.is subject until tlie next scs
t!..: ii;'.rv-)d icUcn tf other important subjects before Con- ion."
; '-.tiadarlv the JPssouri question, tb.at the Florida A few days after this communication, Congress adjour
foslneU tt arrjulttlv laid wider tlie tabic, withmrt bting Tied-, not, howeven until they hal received still another
. t ho-jgiit ot tor njeariy t!
r.n tK nnrt nf tftMtroverument la rar.iv the uxaiY 61 Tne l v ivcs.
i'Jd Fehraafv, ISrvtitit error was Vlie-want of decision august master, had sworn to Uic Constitution, as sane,
in tin' a-lminVration ct the ficHu? f Cong. Then tioned by the extraordinary Cortes of 1812. Such then,
was the tiinv to ac'. Tliecople "of the country looked at present, are our relations with Spuin s precisely at the
er it ; the ions i f Europe expected nothing else ; and close ot the scs j,oii what they were at iw opening oi
irec montus. it mere nai Dcen I message tremtnc rrtsiaont, v,wiiici v. ;i im mm
wlucn containeu tne mmntiauou, ui uie juhk m
i. vn tb- ri-motMt nmiinect of success. Their move.
mcnts hitherto have been detached nncbirrcgubr, afford
ing opportunity to the government to btal them m
detail ; and have produced not only a useless effusion of
blood, and the needless destruction of many bves, but
have served to strengthen the arm of their oppressor,
and to give to it a force subversive of their constitution.
In SPAIN", we behold the novel fpectacJe of a "nation
born in a dv." The combined efforts of despotism and
priestcraft had completely succeeded in enslaving, hot
cnlv the bodies, but the minds of the Spaniard-. They
.ad sunk to tne lowest degree ot moral and poutrai ce-
basement i and we should almost as soon nave expecicu
to sec the " Leopard change his spots, or the Ethiopian
lu cV.n " n tn beho d t he w ho e bnanisU iiauon. iv a
simultaneous moveme nt, bursting their chains and fetters,
on which the rust of centuries had accumulated, and de
manding from their king a constitution and torin ot gov.
eminent superior to any in Europe. Hie revolution lias
completely succeeded, and with very little bloodshed ;
and Fcrdioand the VI!. is now the most limited monarch.
in Europe. The dungeons have been thrown open, and
the vict ina of tyranny have proceeded from the ploom of
their prison to guide the desaiues of tlieir country. The
Innn sition. that hloocIV instrtimcni oi uesnousiu nu
priestcraft, has been abolished; iU captives restored to
such subsctibenTtho first numbers of our paper.
:-na:a r.er'.i.-lf cpprchcndedltrThe correspondence of our and Uie same that tacy were 10 yeaisago. u is noptu
t.inliU-ra and agtuti at the different-courts in Europe, and believed, however, when the voice of the people is
'.idly how thin and subsequcut oeenrrenccs prove how felt in the councils of Spain;: tliat an adjustment of our
i'rimii. tn.airf f 4 i"w wfinlil hav bte n to this tWtt i'ivnccs wid sneetlilv take phtcc. The Cortes is to
-mBm I I .... til
government, about pie meeting ot tlie last sion oi convene in tne course oi uic summer, um-n
Congresc. :tt thi?(irror w as then committed, and to by tlie meeting of our Congress, the long protracted ne-
i t at en-or mav Le sianbuttd all the embarrassments and gtn.hitioii will eml in a treaty : if not, the presumption is
aooarcat inco"nitecy Hut have since narked our con- that Congress will, among its first acts, direct the capture
duet towards JJphinf;-- , cf Florida, and the occupation of Texas.
. Whcntbeiotirfandjarrinfrdisctis.uon upon the Missouri
qnt siTon wu ternunatcd, Congress Ijegan-again to think
if .Spanish. ..iMvir:.i,VTilcy--1?',icc-d great anxiety to bring
the Mibieet Vefortt them. lpeatcd.cj.lls were made
. ... r-' . . r 1' .'
vnon fie rommitteAon toreikTl.reiauona lor imoraation
: p;-;cct Tlte con.mi'teg nctoiding.sutifac
:r; aiis r. a call as made directly upon tlie President
f'ji.icb iiionnationiajje might have received, and which
v,as not iiiiiiroiK-r toommunicate. Jn the course o?
raXter, thW President communicated a j
ll'A VI Ai. L" t , It.'
bundle of Irttets from Mr. nwyth, and others, conveying
' r.o mior.;i;iticn not known bifcrej excepting the fact, that
ijonyivw?, the new tmrriPcm pain, was on ins way
T kte arrivals from Europe, very interesting accounts
havTBeen received. wTircFidehtTv shovTUiat a great
moral revolution is taking place in that interesting quar-J
ter of the trlobe. The pjople Dfgm to-minn ; me nunian
mind "k nrs'.nr frcm the slumber of arts, rousing to "ac
tion its dormant faculties and displaying a force .and en
ergy, which open a most cheering prospect Ui tlie friends
of bertv and tlie nnuts ot man. e uve in. aa imer
., ...... r.n
ureal evema iouow ww w
I ,.r,rt n.nvi.1 - fir,-it vi-tif iollnw nne an-
i8tl,i.t.ov,rn;n.-nt, ind mirhfo looted lor bcloretlic r":,,,.1" ili'hir to.
It.-.new h.mlster was dai'v expeed, ai it was under- varcs itscair.,' maa iroro mw ' .
md, wl h ample powers to sel?Eatt points, the com- hs so long enslaved him, that we can
nit e of f-ci-n - lation to the llrome of Congress, their effect, before our anticipauoni, become reabties.
On THURSDAY EVENING, the 16li inst. will be perj
formed, for the bencht of the ACADEMIES,
The much admirml Cmedf,
1 Cute iWttifc-tteMi Aclie.
For CHARACTERS, and faidicr particulars, sec Uio
eIAftlj!lV) AC ATOMIES.
THE Examination of the pupils ot these Institutions
commences this dav, and will clcsc on Friday eve-
nmg, the inn instant.
Jiiite 13, 1820.
lnlVowan Cowri VaU.
Alexander Long, '
Moses A. Locke.
vno-wuv-xn ntu-. tn, rti.vi u,..,. , I T rv'i Hpartl
. .? v., . J ir.vtuvi kf..n v.l'1 ),-lru
uurriuic uunkcuu. . ,
pcs;d to the view ct the world j anu mc mu oi u us;
mtto da ft- have beenUmllod for its own dcatnicl'.on.
Spain will once more taKC ncr raua. ainunj; uic luuions oi
the earth i She lias, by one glorious act, wiped utr trom
her natinal character the disgrace of ages; slie will,
henceforth, be free and happy at home, and respected
abroad. . -
FHAN'CE is vet m an unsettled state; and Uie meas
ures of the irovcrr.incnt seem to indicate, that the throne
of the Bourbons is not crcctea on mat sure lounaauon,
tbc affections of the people, which tlie advocates of le
gitimacy would fun make-tis believe. The Ultras ap-
now to nave ins mrecuon oi ajuiira;
measures are s'ich as might have been expected. A law,
T:iE depositions of Thomas Tmld, Thomas flartley,
George Wi:.f3,srn. Samuel SiJIamon, John Ckmenta,
Nicholas Simpson, John Travis, and others, will oe taken
on tlie twenty -sixth and twenty-seventh days of Juno
next, at John Howard's tavern," in Salisbury; and if not
all talan on that day, the depositions of the same wit
nesses, or cf them "not taken, and others, will he taken
at John Howard's tavern, in Salisbury on the, twe nty.
iixth and twentv-seventh days ofJulv next; and, if not
all then taken, the depositions-of the S'imc witnesses, or
of those not taken, and others, wiH be taken at John
Howard's tavern, in Salisbury, ( on the twrnty-Iillh and
not an men
..aiv vv.,..rvv. ..e .. i :e
tore bv small maiorif.es ; and thus tbis powerful Itdvo- not taken, and other,, will be taken at Jo hn Hp jjn
V;AL J. j a ... 1 1 Lu SXuA tavern. In SaHsbun. on the twenty-sixth and twenty-aev-
In tUC Gtoaies oil v:ie u uic
. ... 1st. a J.., stVA emn u.'ismcaa.' rtS4 in in tt ta. "
erati evinced considerable warmth, and dciivtrcd their -V, . I t r ki. ii tli l. Z r'!
enuments with the greatest freedom ; frequent and ken, and others, will betaken at John Howards tavern. .
StLllusions were made to the recent revolution p in rabinvon the sixth and enth dav, rfOttober ...
Spain, and ministers were advised to beware ho, they next. hich dt-nos. ions arc '
encroached on the liberties and rights of Fi-enchmen74 f trjal oi sn.lti ',J whn
iSrlaw, rixiiartothe -UtJd. retch under the W tend, and cross-examine, ifvou fmrr . y
oldrcgime, also ipassed at same son cf t legis- - . AtEX LOSen. .
ki in. . E.mi a miacriDi.on was linmeuuieiv loruieu ujr i - v..- - . . . .
: .1 . r -..i -U'i i rom n a v rcreiYiiiir i.i.s.iiui' v.
..i:i..,i ,....L .... Ai.,,trn m.I strciuTlh. The moral f..c?&f nature, we trust, w iti j n
J - - Z v -"v-'''v- . I, ZZA be renovated. The pcrkdj howcveT, by the intervention
Varrass-ng predicament. It rt was WViDRS cireintstances, mat, be distant; but.it
nnecment Ot Congress tQ.teke possession oTTIorida; it 'PirT!: .V fimi, , and the en-
mus at last4 arrive
ctrtaiu'y was unwuJ'aad nubohtic to take that step when p
the "(ivcitniri.tit vrna in .t.i'.lft ovnortalion of the anUal l,f I
h- neW'miitiatrr - w!m itvA h. tti-V&t.brouc-ht With him I hi cov
the trlatv lifificd, and withTpowtra to surrender Florida the- most
into ouri hands. Whether thia stcn. taken by the ccm-1 ENGL
uiitte of fcrle'.gn relations, Was. by, the advisement of tlie i One tent
. -.om tr,i"ht as wtll attempt to arrest the kun
ia to stop its proeress A pmt SKerea 014
i t ....1 Wa 4-imiT k.1n,
!DOrtanv fcuro octtu ,.
vti! V.nncars to be in an alaninz situation.-
V.rsW nonulatiori are actually paupers ; and
it cut of
1 ci ' r- ' j : . m.. , m - . a. .k l.u..
executive, formine our oninions from, the newspaoers I the rreatVOy ot tlie people are noi iuhui um.
anr, and at this dTstanici we T)retend not tQ s.iv ; but I demand forSferia.tn Parliament, lor rclreixum
, the measure evidently tended Kitlier to' perplex than to
make clear; and we have heard it said, that it was proh-
lexr.kticjl whether Cohgreis weuid have sunW the
conmnUee ni their altitude Be thut as it mat, in a short
time after the committee Wnorted. we see tbat the Prei.
dent came out with another messsge on hpapish aliairs,
.ki.,. n :;Hrestt'vthc . abclishment of sinecuFc s, and
t-ki. .vs-.t. i.rtbntttr and corruption, Uie reduction of
the arrnv. &Jbi U alafcit universal; ?And sneir measure.
haie been rtjjorteu p nv uie mencs 01 rtiomi, hhin
.i-, m,n..d Jtn r t A.imtetert. that it seems one 01 mesc
tuo rtselvs flist t.-liVi eithe tV oplc of England,
tt Jl ,bum aSJ'nn in un-prrsrnn r; ;w r presem
which his third upon mat subject, aiidrvcomnndetl tt JUbUm a!M'nn in Uir-gorSfhmv v ! PU. '
the friends of hberty, at the head of which we arffrlad
to see the name ot the venerable 11 1 ay cue, tor uc-pur-
peso of relieving those w h ,by this lnw, may be snatched
from their r!ThaT!eVS at
Inserted by request of
pleasure' of the; uuuister. ' - "
In PHUbSIAand thrcugliout almost (dl Cxn.i
rt TOI.KN frcm the subscriber, living in Sahsburj',N.Ci
kj op Friday the 2Gth instant, a,
DARIC BROWN HORSE.
in ITALY, a redeemin? spirit seems to have goneTordn
The Prussians demand of the king the fulfihneiit of hisjxj,e horse j, seven years old, fifteen hands and alialf
promi ;e, mide in 181J, to give them a representative high,-nicked, bca a small star in his toreheact, with a
government, wh ch he refttsc d to pcrfarm, ft er tjie dan- sinuii white spot at tlie root of his tail, and .to short made.
geE-wi ich threaded him had been dissipated bythe Xb njan w ho stole him calls -himself JAjv Garnet bt-.
iiowntidi of Uonaparte, Other states of Cietmany demand twecn 25 and 30 years of age, about 5 feet 9. or 10 inches
Wie '.ocri'6'rtrance of similar promises, made t3r tbi rfiby h;ih. red hair, with a scar under the riarht side 0 Ida
tlnir j rinccSj Uid which, Ske wise, have bccnuiamefully chin, pale complexion, has a bad cough, andis appsently;
vioUted--We shall only remark, in the 'words' of the in a consumption. His clothes cannot be dcscribVi aa b'
EdifiburghTtefiew, "tlut the spirit .with which that nm two suits witiihim; but he goneraMy wo:
nutrntv nauon seems-nuw w uc in"v, w c sunout.
subdued, weltrust, by a;ich conltderucies as seem to be
forming agaihstit ; and that it will prove, in the language
of Lord Bacoiv sirk of fire, that flits in the fates of
-.1 ...1.1 .-i-l. 4 '. ' ' !
UIOSU. WHO Heet lV UC.Ul n. uui. .
- Whoever will apprehend saiu tiucf, and sof 1
anv iraol in the United States., and irive msfinfi
m rt .. 1 BJ M .
al ia.ll receive' tvtntu nxt daliam and hvdnlu
fur information of the horse, so that I to:
llrxax Cur. f pcikcr of the'Uouse cf lieprescata-
ircv lsd'!.i?l a re-yksco to Uxi ncsiCt 1111.
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