yhitkifi.y jstjlc.l the came rj couir NeVl
' jntcrupera.e MiWi more mortal bodily disorde
ipera.e Mtt;ft, more mortal uom.y cusonjcr
nre derived from intemperate ill inking than from
. i . -1 . . . i
limine, Lmticd, perhaps cannot number nore
ktims than fall by the ue of this all-devouring
"iiQuiJJ'tre. No une vice U destructive of so many
virtue v-iwx!, I will venture to say, that it is the
rtii.i tin. the i-Ytrtflifl rf which destroys in it
, -- . , . , , ,
- a aim t c vc ry-CkUO-t.l. Jll.Jfi J illUCS JiUlQP
tiny b.igla othci wlia have w.scsscd.
' Viewing,1' iays the papti above alluded to,
t!,'j VnormoiM t!craHtat)wn of this evil on the
' Vaiiidand morals vf, the people, we-cwwt but
"iardTf irt!ccring and increasing tin of the
iai.r-i ToitUf-aad kiiOruly jnurtifyini:
thdt candor dcinnidt the acknowledgment, that
cur cotintry is diMln giiWhcd among the nations
most addicted to intemperate drinking, and that
thU abominable vice is imputed to u as part ol
t.ur national character."" It ha prevailed," andJi
M.uliin'r.io an alatminir extent ; und should its
progress continue unrestrained, its Incvitable7
sue must br, a miserable and wretched popula
tion, incnpable of preserving their political Jibcr-,
lies, and im wot thy the blessings of a fret gov
ernment." Letter from the lhnoraMe Mr. Alam. f
m ixc , 1KB. 21, 18.20.
Df. vh siu: 1 thank you for your address to the
New. Bedford 'Auxiliary Society for the Supprc
cion of Intempcranrc, which 1 have read with
pleasure and edification. 1 1 abounds in ingenuity
end information ; it in elegant and pathetic ; it is
j.ious tnd virtuous; it addresses itself to the un
tic: '.landing ami the heart.
A drunkard is the most selfish being in the
tin;vcr?e. 11c has no sense of modesty, shame
- f.r disgrace. He has no sense of duty, or sym
pathy of affection with his fjther or mother, his
brother or sister, his friend or neighbor, his wife
or children ; no rcverrticc for his God ; no sense
of futurity in litis world or the other all is swal
lowed up i;i the mad, selfish joy of the moment.
U it not humiliating, tnai ,ianomctans una
Hindoos should pit to shame the whole Christian
v.oild.by their superior examples of temperance?
J it not degrading to l'nRli-hmcn and Americans,
that they tire so infinitely exceeded bv the French
in this cardinal irtue ? And is it not mortifying
ticyoiid nil expression, that we Americans should
exceed all other tight millions of people on the
Kl!)c, as I verily believe we do, in this degru
C.A.. beastly vice of intemperance.
! :j:ii, iir, your obliged friend and humble ser-
3iil, JOIIX ADAMS.
: m.v ivili is. r.s;.
As it is natural for rvcry person to have a fondness for
t'.i r ow n character, which 1m cost lhem much time und
: ".' ntion to acquire, I hope von will excuse the assoc'ia-
ti in f whidi I am sr mcfmxrr. - Hut when the psuntlet
n thrown, you well know, Mem l-khtors, tliat we must
rii'illcatc o-ir ow n cause, niul endeavor fo preserve our
: c ptitat;iii.u. . Si.ce Hie pu ce in your lust paper, over the
!St turf cfa "Strang r,H haVappcared, there arcacv.
. ial ofus woir.cn folks," as we are termed, or ratlicr
;!. "weaker Msiils," entered into something like a
vjiiipr.ct jKjsjtiv r, to stand forth like Hector, of nntaMc
n niory, who was determined to defend Troy ; so we
v ill full v his example, and that of our mtfu rion, as they
n;ty ifwki,; but vlictlicr at ourTirst meeting
. slioulJ, like 'J'lic Club," enter into all the learned
ai ijutiition of Mr. I'.Iacklctter, was a mbjert of dispute
-vJ-lv lor a lxV.iiioniMite. - Wc uot liavin the benefit of
V,)V I es ipJ-oiC th .t Uw Morn, i.T !.!! t -..'.;il .u,
iiughl, hv di H'tliinkin l, l f Mred, an I th 'iolnii
(Imi 1 think they Mrre ratin4 of ronsfieitii j rll lu illy
put to rt t. Naw for the nicrtlunl i h'1, 1 jm-aume, rfeps
forwurd w'.Ui thJ yurtl ck in h' h-vt, r-wl to d. posit
on the cHntrr lh5 rnmhrick, the tJreiil-Ucr, tho j' i.
net, or atiy other artHe wfiirh nay be culled for j anl in i
hi as. statu' hmdl lahehl the mtfgut d'.hher, the m ah-n
bcinjr Minpi-iHlcd Uy a n't ami tlic weight all n ivly, to
jMit a little ft'gttr and much Mn into tin; akn, the pre
pwulilaiica the viig'jt.i of CJUtiw nmnt have j atfl in
HicltoiriMXthft iHipTHne cloth, the thnot'i mut take ofl
the tueiitictti pait Sri the yard," at hafl. tH,'n,
where is the dealer In Iiuor i here ho stand , with lua
niurt tnt In hand, like a n-rvant tuft a fh'rt realy to nour
tho ail iilirenio'f draught, eoiunilngled with a Mile
ttatritf mil the Siting tmiB the Ing t, to tmkr
T ft tttl(f-Kmnyr'r.i,r- for fear f shall be tw vere, lt
rtwvw to the Itarhelor. He, by the bye, wanted !ta
VwlrUiTiTir hud nppi-K7d ln"iTjlmHiir protaetJii in
one of our mHrt opulent cities to the north, not long since.
Now an the Club have t themselves up as ccnaor, is It
should deal so nuieh in tlic luxuries of gulife. "The
bartiiloT, ! presimr, (as nvv aunt Whonwhe told me onee,
uli it atlln-sscd lv on of" theme neKts to soc iety, never
A-n&r? 4iii,- My 44lT h h, J u uru out.ui'Ji bin
auxHirs to me varnnis coinpiexiouM oi our eunuiu-. , in,
now wc haw t ome to the chief justics of the literati
why nit eomineiit wnnewh'it upon him, as tlic linnl, rv;s-
poimilde, atwl iiiijMrtant duty ot aligning a title uppears
to liavr devolved tifion him. Well, he luw clone his of
fice juHticf hut who is this president .; U he lank ami
lean, or full-faced, not with muuU roluiklity to bis alnlo
men' However, thev will have to lookup to him in
iinte of need, as the head of the family, as, no loubt he
tHmHi-ws more ot rogiuwnencc man a.l tnc rv, as ne
ias ken appiiitvd president, and the subject w hich he
has selected is the favoriti-topic-upm whnh th cognos
centi are to deliberate, ami then give to the world the
result of their cogitations ; but they may, perhaps, bo liKc
Drake, wlio, once upon a time, attempted to strike the
earth, being in a trer, with a rock nnd w! lie missed j
fur Uic rK-k fell on a plank. Wc, Messrs. Kditors, came
to a conclusion, as regarded tlic title of our league, with
out all this learned disputation : Which is your most
obedient ASSOCIATION OF WOMKN.
N. It. Inform tlie stranger to look out for a spiall, as
he has not yet left town.
He comes, the herald of a noisy world,
s'ewsfrom all nations lumb'riiu at his back.
leva I aruuiremeiits, thouglit Jt much bctu t not to intro
im c I.ittt ton, nor -CokeiOr I'dackstone, unless by ab-"r'vi:iti-.)ii
we (could make the great and white members
A the lul) appear both little and black, as wc hope to
I ) i. the oonrs'r tf our conunnnications to you ; but you
.i.ium know, Ui;t woman's mind is said to be lighter than
vu" dust wht'-! tlic wind vafts abroad. Kow, as Mr.
i'iackle U: r fai that hotch-pot means hasty. pudding, 1
. ould rt fe.r him tn our ccok n Inxiks here he will find
it:; roi:raiu i.t to consist of corn field pea, and a
small hit m the middling of bacon. Xow we know very
v i II thut t,.-r h no fermentation here, nor is it so hast-
;i iori': mat it siioual c arquimt tlie uppeliation ot
otr!v-j,ot, unless n be that Mr. ll'aekletter can hastily.
oiisiime it, jr it will hastily operate upon him, either as
camiinali've, Mv expcliant rf l'.atus, as we l:naw4bat
peas aro flatulent, or like the cold expressed oil of tlie
;:i!i!ii rhristi. Htm as it is Btaetk in despite of the u-hoi-ity
f-f niy Littleton, the name of the pudding
v. .is set asid-., npoii the ground of its being inelegant in
irs uj)ho!)v ; b'rt then le its know, Messrs. Kditors,
n liftlicr Mr. Klaekletter r oul.t, critically speaking, make
i'.ic of the term euphony in the selection' ttf a phrase in
"l.iiufi'ia.'re'Tort'ne who was not attached" to' the co-nos-(rii
i, woilld believe that it belonged to some of the
-';: f . putujb-pudili.ng, rpplc-pje, ur cranberry tart.
w... i.. i.:.. ..j ...... .v.. -mi i i
J.,'. .II IU .-.- 1111.1. II ! Till I .l.H- ..11-11.1
tur my own part, I am disposed to use with lenity, since
h s, u-liceiiu'd homiclJe, (if, pemlvenluiv, he have, a
'lip!on;a,) find I am sometimes suh'ect to the hitrh
jonaht phr.isc.the iiz-ire demons. Tins, Messrs; 'Kditom,
js a mi lucivnt cause why I should advocate the curse-of
r!d l!ippocr;Ues;.hut uevtrthelfKH. vou will 'allow one
the pm ik
ai.i-i wmcn ne wisnes siwrnUl he the tenants of this donn
&h cr Pillbox. 1'ew jiills, from the " cognoseiemV
w'.hh Iliavc obtained from the attention .which ibave
p:'-d t ourm'TrKT.Tr -amt(y.-httt ittxis hiu ha
,1 HV' ""t im- iua hatye is ana the wholtf ortOTlatt e. Ninety two fami-fylli-.L-)
will, however, it makes no ni!Vronce, for it 1- Vet remain nod th.ai ih 2 I 7 u
From l'.ast-lndia Papers, received at Providence.
The Kea-Tcen, or Jubilee in China, on the 60th
anniversary of the Emperor' birth day, being
the completion of a Chinese cycle of years, and
a national rejoicing, occurs on the 6th day of the
I Oth moon, the 34th year of his Majesty's reign,
(A. D.) The year preceding thb event was mark
ed by an opportunity afforded the literati through
out the empire to distinguish themselves, and to
receive imperial bounty in the attainment of de
grees ; and by a visit paid by the Emperor to the
tombs of his fathers, in Manchow Tavtary. The
present year is to be distinguished by a remission
of all arrears of land tax ; and by a general par
don, either entire or consisting in mitigated pun
ishment ; such as banishment for strangling and
so of other crtrqes.
The latest Peking Gazettes contain very little
of general interest. The Emperor's visit to his
father's tomb was attended with delay and disap
pointment, from the heavy rains which fell in
Tartary during his absence from the capital.
The imperial kindred are distinguished by
sashes worn by them : the more nearly related
wear yellow ; the more distant red sashes. These
persons arc all by law confined to the capital, or
are sent into MaSichow Tartary. One wearing a
red sash, in January last, found his way to Canton,
where he had a relation by marriage, officiating
as provincial Judge. His reason for emitting the
capital was extreme poverty, as he deemed his
circumstances ; the Judge, however, did not dare
to receive him, but gave him instantly in custody
to the local magistrate, and as soon as possible
pacKea mm on. again unuer military escort to re
king. It is said his punishment will be perpetual
The Peking Gazette, dated at Court in the end
of December, 1818, has been received. The late
premier bung Tajin, who was degraded some
time since, has been promoted to the rank of
Captain-General in Tartary, and again subjected
to imperial censure, for the fault which has been
attributed to him through life viz. clemency be
yond the laws. He is at present censured lor
trying to obtain promotion for some officers who
have- been dismissed the service; " Hirknotrrrbcr
nevolence was so great, that beggars have with
impunity clung to his hair in the streets to suppli
Uatems.i'licTait.artribesaresaid to worshir
Peking Gazette, March 29, I819.lt hasbeen
staled to ins Majesty, that a foreiirn tribe of shen
nerds, in the north-west corner of China, in the
province of Kanstih, have suffered severely from
a Tall Jif snow "eight families have perished by it,
1 l - I..- I ,ji '-iKi'.;"!.,. ... & "
Am f Lisvv A mif.ht Inve hcc:i antipiicd.
omc have been promoted, and other degraded
His Maifhty, bus aho cxauiinctl the prorcM
made bv Ida fotuth,s-.n, a lad of I years of age.
jnd cxp'reei htmvlf much disappointed at find-
inj him unable to write verses. , I he emperor
rcmen'ibcis well, that hJi au;;ust frthcr, the late
emperor) examined him at tho gc;of thirteen,
on which occasion tho mac which might have
been expected from inch an krc, were duly com-
posed. 1 ne present lanure nn inaj-my ui iuw.
to Ms son'i tutors, who luve been dismissed, and
new maulers retained." .... . '.',,
appears, that fifty persons opsonic note in
the late rebellion j et remain , undivrovcr'ed. A
censor bus recommended, amongst various other
should be narrowly rratched. On, this occasion,
his Majeaty remarks, that as aH emigration has
long been prohibited, a new law U unnecessary
at whatever has been Jong established, however,
is liable to degenerate into mere form, the officers
whom it may-concern are rciuic4luc6lbcex
isting laws against emigration iigtdly enlorccu.
Chan?, the Judee of bhan-sunc:, and the con
duclor of the late English embassy, whep in the
nrovince of Chih-le has been degraded to a very
low rank, nnd severely censured by the Emperor
for his incapacity and bad government. Chang
formerly icmarkcd to the English, that the Em
peror had u long cars," meaning that he heard
what was done at.a distance. This appears true
in Chang's case v for in his charge, the Emperor
mentions his being addicted to opium.
Three hundred of those united religionists
whom the Chinese call Hwuy-sc, were a few years
apx banished to Eslc, when S was there as
r aptahvgcneral ; and were, on their arrival under
his eovemment. all beheaded In one night.' He
has himself been much in disgrace since ; his el
dest son lately died, and his only surviving son
has no issue, so that his family is likely to become
extinct. Tliis is bv some in China regarded as
a judgment from Heaven, for the needless slaugh
tcr of so many persons. He, they add, has tried
to appease the wrath of heaven by an unbounded
lilwralltr-ljut wYuV say lheyr is a little money
i; ...... i j
ciispenseu in aims, comparcu wun ucprivmg mm
of that life which none can restore. Heaven will
not be thus appeased. .
NEW-YORK) Jt'LT II.
LATEST FROM ENGLAND.
We have been favoured with St. Johns. N. B
papers to the 27th ult. The ship Isabella. Pal
ton. has arrived at that portt in 27 days from
Greenock, bringing papers to the 26th May, con
tainine London dates to the 23d. At that time
all was quiet in the manufacturing districts. The
arrival of the queen was anxiously looked for,
and the preparations for the coronation of George
4th, engrossed the public ettentton.
The grand jury of London have found a bill of
indictment lor nign treason against i.dwards,
the spy, ard instigator of the Cato-street conspi
racv. . Mrs. Thistlewood, Mrs. lirunt, Julian
cniposetfot alitliese ilillerent uite la.'mt narlst tur
he seys that calomel, thatjs, mcrce.n , and ooium, w hen
lire tlub- should be afleeted with " thinks I to mvs- lf
Vint- should bo administered; hut then thrv should
not aild the v ondctful modicum," of jalap to the .pill." , if
wihii it vo nave uie ciesiriF in- . i r- it..
.-rs somethingm the
i 'ill-box says'- w'e must k'iVC oi
um,- meivunal stk' at other times I presume he will
ne tiiem the ad lie he riu.iKty of the'um-arabie, sn that
r. I warn letter, b V te.liriy Ins clients j.
t-iiuoiu iaie, riaKc irem tiek to hiin the molt tc-nanous.
1 . . I lie V ill M nrt i.v i!.....,!,.,,. ...v.. V.: -.. I.:. i
- o'viiiiiiii' -u im i; r r 'ii i ah ii i k . .
t!.e.p;i?.Wx doctay y " rt.at jtivp v ouldfe -jntrrt,.-r iavc mo Mod urtary, ci imfs have
n.g-."-iucni iii an oi.yptvseni.tionH."-.. If. he -w ere to add '.ouic ore lictjueiit It is, therefore ordered
Ml " MM,pt" n 'hKe, kr.owin- mat any i;hmcsc in Munirkoo Tartarv. convicted
, t C.- ,. . .r
uioiHcu irum an uuues tor three vears to come
On the roih the Emperor httended anevibition
of Archery, and awarded to the successful marks
man, the usual honor, a cap decorated with a pea
An imperial mandate to the following effect
hav been received, l'hc manners of the Mung
koo Tartars were heretofore nlain and rorrecL
lenient. But of late years, many native Chinese
l:U-T' s'.ort.a'he:,w-d-Und,r th,- imslihl..' Wl m'4
uu.il uwi's uihiiZ2ii:UxTtmAAl hvntK-riiufWi vmmyt tbcliTTC(p$VfiflnttW-u
c.. I; t.ivu, .iid IV. .s U vlu- r..i..--:iti 1 yK 1;, m ... ,.l ,;.r . ..
Thistlewood, the sonf and other witnesses were
examined in' support of the charge. Edwards
had absconded ; it was said Mr. Harmcr, the so
licitor, was authorised by some individual to oner
1 00. reward for his apprehension. Evidence was
produced that all the pikes which were found in
the premises ot the conspirators, were manuiac
tured by Edwards' order, and that for every one
of them the manufacturer was paid by Edwards
The manufacturer himself came forward to prove
Some changes in the British ministry arc talk
ed of: The earl of Liverpool, it was said, was
alxut to resign, and to be succeeded by lord Grcn-
ville ; it was also reported that Mr. Vansittart was
to give place to Mr. Huskisson.
I lie Queen's birth day was observed at the dif
ferent public offices, and other places under con-
troul of the executive, with the ret-pert due to
her station. Ihe report of the Queen s arrival
at Paris was incorrect It was the Marchioness
of Bute who arrived there ; she found it difficult
to assure the populace that vuitcd on her with
complimentary garlands, that she was not the
Queen of England. There were no acconnts of
the rjucen having left Geneva.
The Nautilus and the Chapman, the two first
vessels dispatched by the British government
with emigrants to the Cape of Good Hope, have
safely arrived there.
Into tho Lienor, feing vorcly pressed by tbo Ifce.
diits und Indluns, (tbout I JOV strong) and In want
l provisions, were oouged to auopi a rctroradr;
movement, and again retire to the scu-comt
When within three miles of Hio do la'Ilachr.
he ratnoi lorccs, amounting imvu, ucea about,
ittacked and completely repulsed the Iloyalisu,
After the action, 300 men ofGcnci.1 Daik.
RIAVx'a Icgion, demanded their arrears rf
. '. I!..- -1-.il.- .! .1 .... - .
noi navmg rctriTtu uuuar kiutg iucy firrivcuj
which was refused In consequence of which.
they declined to.act any further against the enc
my. Bitioji immediately ordered them into the
fiurri. tntik iwiv their arms, itid forced thm
ndrirk on board of several neutral vessels In ih
harbor, mostly from Kingston. The following
! ,w! Irtn Ai t I f :if he Walflvn uti to hlutiiVr!
am. h . w . m n v " -. vr- . r a aim
f .'( II .... .. J iL. f t.
loniucaiions oiuvt 11 u, urn 1119 rsiuamutr ui uij.
on 'a forces embarked on board of hit fleet, which
sailed Immediately (after plundering two or three
American vessels in port, of their cargoes of tiro.
visions, Scc.rfor lariraritlaTb? StrDomlnKo"r
Tli0Llt6yallU.tbcn. marched I in andtopk.pos$ei.
sionof the place.. Dkvekaux men put to .ta
ut the same lime with Obion, nearly destitute of
water and provisions : and one of these vesseba ,
' . . . m . . "
havincon Iward about 150 of the number, mostlr
rr ' 1 ..1 i'U...iah ik. Oil. ..I. ! ..'
greatest distress imaginable ; without clothes, and
without money. The commanding officer at Port
lloyal, in consequence 01 their distress, had al
lowed lhcm to land, and assigned some vacant
barracks for their temporary Ksjdcncr.
I hus has terminated the ojcrationi of tliaV
nverwhclming expedition, which, after taking
Uio dc la llachc, was said to have been joined br
thousands of the inhabitants, who were in full
march for Santa Martha and Maracaibo; after ta
king which, they were .to unite with Bolivau,
in the reduction of that important, and hitherto
deemed impregnable fortress of Carthagtna.
On Tpxintj.-A gentleman of rejHitalion and
credit, long resident at Mogadore. in Barbary, re
counted the following story, which he knew to bo
n ti4 altltlt. fnAiiA a mtaII ft Wur ftk
a mi. t wsi 1 wiiibii 1 1 a w sw t u mtt tt 1 mu new - hid
analomr between wicked dispositions in all nations
as that there is something like a tendency tq rob,
which may be deemed constitutional j A Moore,
detected in theft, was brought before the present
Emperor of Morocco. He inflicted the usual pun
ishment, which was that of having the offender'
right hand cutoff at the wrist . Before the wound
was well healed the Moor was again brought be
fore the Emperor, for a like offencei His impe
rial majesty became facetious 011 the .occasion,
and apologised for his mistake in having before
ordered the wrong hand to be taken off ; but cor
rccted it and the culprit, by an immediate ampu
tation of the left. In a space of time, almost in
credibly short, the same Moor wit brought ta
court for a third roblery his right foot was ldp-
ped olTJ Still he persisted, and within a year, he
lost both hands and both feet. Unable then any
longer to steal himself, he headed a party of his
own disposition, and having waylaid the retinue
r. C 1. . a. .alaa.af r.1tlllMlal l AlVfl I it lift HAIUlaut Alii
VI 1119 niji9i 3 laTVUiuv vviibiiuinv iuinM inn
to his associates a camel laden with her jewels,
trinkets, and other valuable ornaments. On his
fifth appeace before the Enieror, for his last
transaction, his majesty ordered him to be 4 im
mediately hanged and as. they led him away,
4 Ah ! said the Emperor, shaking his head, 'what a
deal of j)ain.aud troublesome journics we should
have saved this poor man. if we had begun with
him as we now leave off i"
SP.WISlf JXrULLWEXCE. .
Thc new Spanish councils havedirccted that
such of the king's country scats as arc not want
ed for his diversion shall be sold for the payment
of the national jdebt. A decree of Mav 1, lim
Us .the highest pav of public officers .Jo 2000 dol
lafs extra to sec: c aries of state, foreign minis
ters, captain generals, governors of fortresses,
military and naval commandciaactviatscrvite.
ArfchWtf vas proclaimed to deserters froiti
the fleet, and the sea. and land farces were put on
the same footing asto pay. : Englaijd, France
and Bavaria have expressed their satisfaction
with the new order of things in Spain The
Spani?m government had refused to increase the
number of substitutes to represent their Ameri
can colonies in the cortes to more than 30. -This
news comes through Gibraltar papers to May 20.
moM run spjxisii .ii.M';: ;...
a CIlJlRI.ESfOX, JtfLY 18.
- A gentleman who left Kingston Jamaica) on
the loth tilt, has favoured its with a file pf :the
Khtgiton Chronicle, to the 9th ; and with the sub
sequent verbal intelligence. ;.
PlWPstiiot frces'tindcrloiid "Moxfnr.n
llLAdiaUjil illtlON. wh tiUd uim( iim- V. .,'
In Tlovan ijowrt of YiquUy.
.Ikxaiukr Long, versus Irwit Beard, Jtnathan 'v'
rVwi .?. Lock e.
TUE depositions of 'lliomas Todd, Thomas Hartlej,
George Willis, sen. Samuel Sillmin, John ClemeiiN
Nicholas Simpson, John Travis, and otlwn will be t.nk.n
on the tttcnty-'h and twenty-seventh days of June
next, at John Howard tavern," in Salisbury; andifno'
nil taken on that day, the dt positions of the same- '
nesik s, or of them not taken, and others, will be taU"
at Jolm llowanl's tav rn,. in Salisbury, on the twenty
sixth and tv., nty-hcvcnth days of July next ; ami, if""'
all then taken, tlie depositions of the same witnesses, ot
of those not taken, and others, will be taken at Joha
Howard's tateriL, in Salisbury, on the twent v-fiflh
twenty-sixth bys. of. August next; atfcl, JC-J
taken, tho depositions of the same u itnesu'.s, orofttV''1
not taken, und others, will be taken at John llovW
tavern, in Salisburvj on fftte twenty-wxth and tcntv-V .
enth d:ys of September next; and,ifiiot nil tVa take''.
the depositions of tlie same witnesses, or of them wt.
in Salishurv, on th? nixth and seventh d:n s of Oct"!
iiext. Wh'eh depositions, are intended to be read as t
dence on the trial of this suit; and when and where j"1
Abb It IAIS
.Tfi 30, 182(X- -9vvl "' .
, , Inserted by request of MOSES A. J-Og.
" . LETTER$.,,. wT,
RemaMttgthlqfiwjxt Cmora Cabcmi Cm --.v.
V. C. July 1, 1830, -which; if nut taken out pre
thefnt day tkhher neat, viU be tent t i&
PHtffltetoZ&MttoC.i..-:. - - ..; - f
TtliAinrrH Af.IATAV. Abram Alexander, Sim111 .
IV II. Alsabrook, Daniel lllackwelder, Tlioinas J)
' 1 11., 'in
j?er, John Itakcr, John ltarriu-'er, Charles Caniy,.
r illhtni Coeliran, Michael i;iine, jacoo
.... ..! a-l'L I,..o"in IW
111 -r. r .-...... vi ;n;.,ni fiih,.n., Morarani"
Shentood Hattv, Jane Hiu-ria, James Held, "JV v
llennir.g, Francis Kirkpatrick, Chriitoplier Jj.?"'
I-oiig, Henrv Linked tieo. I. McCaiilcy, (2) 3
Caleb, John Mosm, (2) ltobt. II. Morrison... iy- Jf ,.r
' a.,' .... . '-- II 'l'.V.
William ATUeifcn, Aancy ai 1.1m, i..w- ' ,;
r, (vereaHs jun. Charles Patters', -
ropeH, William Peacock, Henry Proper l,,H,!
Ridinhower, Thomas Steel, William noion." v . ' j
Searlmmfrh, William M. Snee.L James L. ' ;
ham Thomison, Lewis Tutker, biweon UaUci. i
hitlev. Jolm Yeoman. 1 .,.. a M.
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