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l1' ;..i!l 1: ..'.'.' 1. 1 tc.c fo-
:.n t:i.; i.i'.'hi na, pencil .i.e.., un
tier military pri.:t c.oo ti Uic remotest
districts of on-- N-"' tli-Wcstt rn po.-rs-siotis,
in i he .ii.!'.--.t st-ohom-nts improve
ment i-i liutdo in the ilivision nf I.ibuur
ami tlir multiplication cl bida ti ions pir
r.uiis, and I here lias been a lobular pio
ocss in every class oT the com tn unit y to
condor., security, and happiness.
Amtil the general tranquility lactio'-s
have for a time arisen, but with the inva-
ruble result of exposing the if own im-, Mr. 1'uller from the same commit-
putence and of displn in,; more cuiispic-j tee, to whom vtas recommitted the bill
Mously th popularitv id the government. ' t0 incorporate the United States Na-
The verv improvements, which were in-Vat Internal Association, reported the
trorhiccd with such success into the ;-.d- , same wilh yjnJrv amrmlim-nts.
ministration, have been the most vint-l ........
. . . r, : . ,1 N I lit 'It Ksh W 1 1 H II k II.
lent v assailed, because tiosuli'y, in stth-1 .... . . , .- Iiir.
nlT carets exclusively the work of the j . Mr' Ued , '"r l'
gove.nlnci.t, could find only the sour, es i ,;o" ,ne !'I',W"S resolution:
of benefits, which its wisdom had opened ! "'"'. ' ('"'uiiutue (. -..miner, e
to the country. The individuals, who " ''f ""l ""r,ire mU.' t"1 !
. . . , , .. . . Mhf iiM'.r :oid mtereiHirv txtween tin- I ii'tcl
h-ve insulated ami led this (.p.ttion. j K. ,hUi , ,, (,t ,,uJ rt.prt w,u,
have been known to the nation neither in ; n,i .t.ir-s ul.l Ik- nr(( s,.ir to imprutc the
fortune nor calamity. I).int;er could not (.'nimncp-e b tvvi.cn those t immnt j.
ii.siire ihem with p.itiiotism in war. i.r i l'hc tpicstion was taken on the res
public spirit with eloquence in peace: 'u, ' 0l.tinf ;t wa, apetA to without
onlv when a petty einbai tassincnt 1 ,t.,.,tc
the machine c.f government tint thev I ' .- r st c. . ru
, , v , I On motion r,t Mr. htewart oi 1 enn-
emeiLe iiom obscuiitv. bustle a momrtit i
at the Mil fart, and sink to oblivion at the j
returning prosperity ol their inunMv
( o.saiu .s v.
riOo .iu . . i i.NTn s r.i isi,ii-
fMUM rSC XtllMSil. 11 T M.IIUL ". in.
Tl 1 SDAV, MX. Zl.
Cu mherimJ Ri id. 1 hr Senate too
up, in ummittec of the whole, the bill
making an appropriation lor the n pair
ol the nation .1 Koad I rom Cumberland
to the Ohio river Mr. Harbour in the
On the question of fiu'.rg the Idank
1 in the bill lor the a;n um of the
appi upri ition -
Mr. Tallx t said that he was not a
ble, from I. is own observation alone,
to sav with c nfidence what s um would
b- idequ.ite to the object of the bill.
A the last session the sum of S'.'f"0
would have been sulhcient ; but sui h i
had been the injuries and dilapidations
nulh-ted subsequently by the neglect to
mke the repairs in lime, that be was
irid.Kcd to b lieve it wouhl now require
not less than SjO.OOO to put the raad
In t,ood condition on its whole extent.
Ills opinion was louiu'ed net on his
own reservation alone, as lie had stj-
ted, hut on the inf rmation of cntle-'
mm ,f judgment and seracity wh .had
reittidv trivcU.-d the road. He there-
fo" m ved that the blank be f.lhd with i
Mr. Macon thought it wo. dd lie brt
not to decide this question by puc-u.
but endeavor to obtain information to:
govern the Senate in voting the appro
r: i'ton ; and for the purpose of
ini;tiTie for ir.qtiirv.hr m ved tnatth.
hid he p jstponed 1 1 Thursdjv.
Mr. Talbot bad no objection tr the
postpone mrr.t; but he was not .t.v.uc
nf anv means by which the Smate atnn, sou, t;u tr.e i c;ion snail tt
ro'.ld .uq-iire more j reiisv in I rm i- hf-ld in i'o ; ci:v. instea-l d at the dif
tin than it now had in its y s .r-si n tercr.t r:a. ..! r-tatiors :l e othtr was a
the opinion which he bad given, I t- i'v sect'., ti, reserving t ( ongress a
ittg derived from the inf , rmation ol di'.-retif.r.ary power t rem al the ch.ir
ir.telligent men, who had just passed,
over the road. " j I be I','.', was further amended, on
Mr. Smith, of Md. thought the sum j motion of Mr. Mitchell, in one or two
proposed rather lar ; and ugested j particulars, the prim ip.d r f which was,
whether the gentlem m bad not better ' t limit the personal property to be
infrm himself, at the Treasury De- '"Id by the Association tnthe value ol
partment, what sum would probablv : two hundred thousand dollars.
IVrV iesi,ry for the object. ' j The debate covered a wide ground.
Mr. H. M. Johnson, of Kentucky, i'l he follow itig gentlemen engaged in it.
w ould not object to the postponement, roa Tlir Bill.. against Tiir rut.
f gentlemen would point out any re- Mr. roller, Mr. Hardin,
4 - -rrrc, r,,.t',- .rlormsl'nn .. I At-- V r I S I l L..
....kJI , -.... . ... lt... ... I v. . I .
hr vv.s convinced, after all their inqui-j Mr. (tilmrr.
r. s, thr question would be entirely' Mr. Mitchell aio enr;ag'-d in the
c- ntt ctural. It was impossiole or tlie
oma e, on such a question, to proceed
with mathematical certainty ; be wish-", meat, which be succeeded in obtaining,
'd t'n m to vote, atonce, the r.um which , On motion nf Mr. Will ams, of N.
appeared to them requisite either CO,-1 Carolina, the Yeas and N ,vs w ere or
(, or C5,fKX'). or -(f.xx) dollars, but 'eh red on the tpicstion of ordering the
ji t p: crastintte the sm' jtcl w ithout bill t be ergrossed for a third readi r;
r.nv p'l.ba'.iilitv acipi'iritig more pre-' The tpiestion was not t.-ken, when,
tisv ml , rmation. 111-. co'.l.M-ue had on motion, the Il-mse adjourned.
fo.uer-ed with intelligent Rentb-men IVeviuis to the adjournment
'.vr'.! a.-qua'-ntt-d with the rotd. ;.nl th,- The S( taker laid b. fire the House
td" tm.u'tr.H derived from th-m was.,-, i Message from the I'n sid-rt of 'be
ft' . I. hr presumed, as could ' obtu'.n- I "n'ted States, receivtdbx the hat!
td ; if anv better were rxpetted, he of Mr. Fvcn it. communicating inf.'--vvoi
',.1 thank - ntletnen to point it out. rnntion, in compliance with , resobi
AMo h he hrbeved u.t . O ooi.) dol- tion, rdative to "the several lms
l irs o, Id nt be more tha neies i- wd.iih have been made bv the (liv rn
r. It vwM'.'.d rather tike 0,(Hid than or md I.tirislative Cotm. il ol Motida,
postpone the bill. Mr. J. remarked , tethcr with such information as may
ihtit the Seriate had been hbc.n to tin
Wr't at the li't Hessian, on a similar
que.-.'.inn, ami he. hoped they would
Siuu' slew towards that section of the
country a feeling not less kind, but
vote a sum adequate to put the road in
I he lull was then postponed to
H'lt ST, or lU.I'RKSKNTA 1 l !..
TinsuAY, DKC. .31. Mr. Fuller,
(rom the Naval Committee, n ported
a bill, allowing SlV per annum, each,
for five j ear-., to the mother and :,i .
ter of the late Win. II. Allen, deceas
ed ; which was twice read and commit-
lv;u"a' lt was
" ,: '
. i". .. Cinmn!, 1 nit Iht 1 ii.t
I 1)1- llllVl ' 1 11 t l'()!IMII'lll!( a'f tu
t'.iH II.MM- S'll 'l i-abrilMtlOII :u IIU l)C 111 111-. p(li.
M-ssiuii, l in:; tl.r - i!e and omdiMi nf tht
CiItii'.i !!.,!, .1 h'..,d, u'nl t!i:,t In s'.,'o vhi'ui.'ri
am !i-.'.i ! -. 1 1 - - itc n- ;n .!v Oi-.s-1
;.i ii "I .w I i . tit I Mj'.'s' SI,. I i,). in s.,id '
I t HI 1 t 'I'
I.)...!, ;.!t.i v...il i i:.ti Mii'i iiiuv ii-ivr, ii Hi, i re
ii.nol, i.l, ;! i .; i-1i btui'i'Mit tilt- l'ist (liiin-
I J a!M:i. II'..
rioNDW, j.n. C. Mr. Allen, cf
Tennessee, nth red the billow reso
lution, w hich.bv the rules o the H.'utse,
id course lie f n the tabh oik- o"av :
.'.- .' . .:. I li.it v 'i " t:tn i f t!.,- I . ..-.iirj
b d.i i li d l'i i iinnii'iiiii .' tu t!n, II in-, yi. ii
.i i'i:ii..i'n.'i :i i!u- di-pn 'iii'ii! over v hi' Ii l'i
; t x .ilii r ! Ti l it c to j Injn ct our hiridri 'I
t'.-xivii..! .L.li.irs ii.nh- v. (-.''.ii:, 1 1. 'rii'. iii .ml
U ha,-, It'.- t'i.tiiii.i.iim. ts, M!-'i-'il.iriv i!it
Vim. v. !.i n, .a: 1 ili.- aullmn'v in 1. r tt!,ii!ni'!
!- l'i M..1.!--. till' I -M'l!,! i',l th.l' u . n In r
'i-i n p, rtt'.iii- 1, .ii d ;n i "'lira'..! v i .ir-d .
l ow t ir ' .. vi'm- ha hn-ii r i 'i i 1 vi.'h, and
t!ir (iii'i' i loi ' :l anv ) Oi l! - .n .1 s. 'i( ! -.i
.'I O Ili5.li mil w i(h t!;..- j i i u!!in ; u''itc: of
I n i 'irv .
Mr. D-. nisnn submitted the f How-
in: us"'lUl ":
Ii, ,:,!. 1 liat the Stt rt 'm of ili.- I r. .n.'irv
hi- i'.T" '-'i i! tu r. ; ii I tu ti, 'l"i:s' tl.t- t.iii.. lo
v. ii.i 'i !'ir .,i' oi.n'j i f ttir tu .'i r..l p. .st O'I'h .,'
iTi d lO
, On- t.nu- tu hi h tin- v.ihr n. i I.. . i, si t
.ri I ;! d.tit n 'H . s '.t aii 1 . 1m !i , :.t In-.
M . ,!r u '-. I".- ir,i'.4!)ur'i. s' I'll- in.i l, a i l
nil' r-i - , r;lv
' vr io m vi,n h v,,f u .hi!', r, wo n,a br
ms """'lotion, by the. rules of the
Ho.ist-, of course, It. s onr dav o., the
NW.M. ru I r.KN Al. so, n. I Y
The Ilotisi then, on motion ol Mr.
Tvdler, took up the bill to mcoporate
the United States' Naval Fraternal
The remainder of the tltvs'
::i drbat? upon this bill.
1 he a:v.' n.l.m nt ; n y, rtc.1 by tae
i Cr:'..i!!t::e- on N'av.d AiLirs were t o :
the n; propo-e.i to ch.-n;-e the mode
n' cicitii..; th- ojlirrrs cl the Asoci-
. lit iiate. hut prmrinailv hum a view to
' enforce the propriety of the arr"' d
he in :'e j:os..c..siot oi the Kfcutive,"
accompanieil with a report from the
Secretary of State ; also, one fur wish
ing " a detailed statement of the current
expenses of the Ordnance Department
lor the years 1K17, 1818, 1810, 1920,
and 1 E21 ,;iih1 as much as can be ;.hewn
for the year 18J'2," Uc. tic accompan
ied by a report from the Secretary of
War on the subject; undone stating
" the progress w hich has been made in
the execution of the act ol the last ses
sion, entitled " An act to abolish the
Indian Trading Establishments,1' w ith
a report from the factories respective
ly, and transmitting therewith a report
thereon from the Secretary ol the
Treasury, and stating th,,t, " in further
execution of the act of the 1 ist session,
treaties have since been made with the
Osae and Sac Indians, by which those
tribes have severally relinquished to
the United States their rilit, under
preceding treaties, to the maintenance
ot a factory within each respectively."
The first ol these Messages w as le
ferred to the Committee on the Jcidi
( iarv ; the second to the Committee on
Military Allairs; and the last to the
Committee on Indians Allairs.
lie ruilics, the heridj nf u li'my wcild,
Ni m s troin ull natiiiiis loriib'riog- at hn b uk.
I-AIKsT r.OKblUN' M'.HS.
.s ( v. -Vok K , jas. 3. Uy the regular
p.icket ship Alontatio, arrivcul in 40
davs pissage from Havre, we have re
i eied our fles ol I'jris papers to the
10th Nov. inclusive, as well as Lon
don papers to the 14lh of Nov. The
election which wvre going on in Trance, i
app- arcd to occupy the cbiel attention. !
We obscn e that it is announced, asin.tt- j
ter of congratulation, tu all true Ko al- j
ist s, that M. Hyde de Netnille b.ad :
been elected a deputy from the depart- i
ment of the Nievre. The Congiessj
i I Verona liad not broken up, but were;
in active session, despatching cour'u rs
to and tro. Nl. de Moi.tniorem i, how-
ever, is still announced in the Paris pa-1
pers ol the "1 7th as expected in that'
capit I in a lew (lavs. .1. or Cha
teaubriand is however lelt at Verona,
to look alter Fnnch interests.
The London paper on the contrary,
t'.r I ones, surmises that Madame j
Mrmttn irtnei, whose departure from j
Paris to meet her husband, had been!
ann ui ied, would continue her jour
ney to Verona, and it adds "as in the ;
at tual state ol patties in France, it is i
natural to jssign a p- litical inoti-e to j
a journey, at i hi s season of tile tar j
. ctoss the Alis, it is said the minis-.
ter'- vvile U tne depository ff secrets.
vfmh c.. Id not be confided to a 'ess'
ot.fidential agent." Our extracts fol- j
low : !
Mvhirf, A';v. 3 A plot it said t ;
have been discovered in tin itv. It
was the mo .ks again who were its in
stigators. Manv arms vvere lound in
the Convents of Atochaand liuen Ke
tiro. Another plot has also been de
feated at Grcmdh where four pii.stsj
a colonel and several members cf the
tribun.il were arrested. j
Extract of a private letter published j
in the Consiitutiotie I : j
1 he actual situatic n of the j tii.thii- j
bi, its dangers, ir.iern..l .u.d cxum.d,!
have given a most imposing Sub uiii'.ty ;
to the actual discussions of the Coites.
Tne merit of the Speak'.rs ii the grea-j
ter, as they all spe.ik r.n the spur of the
occasion, und have no written discour-:
scs. The galleries are alwavs fi.lcd,!
and snmetimes turln lent. On cue oc
casion, wlun a deputy had given an
unpopular vote, the galleries biokc out
into vii l iu murmurs, whereupoti the
Gen. Alava rose and sustained be
pure Spanish character, bv requiring
proudlv tliat ;'.lrnce sliould be re-e--'
tablished. " No Spanish deputy, s.wd
he, should lor a moment suffer that he!
CCU; Id bv SUpp.Citd to i.'d tu Kaf, III
voting .itcording n his conscience.
This would be nllordmg to cur ene
mies, the pret-xts of saying that we
arc not Ircc, while m fact wc tnjoy
perfect freedom." 1 he most complete
silence reigned in th; assembly, after
these remarks and then Gen. Alava
; pronounced his vote loudly in favor of
j 'he popular side.
i OJessn, (jit. '22. Xews from Con
stantinople of the 18'.h inst. announce
'hat the grand Turkish fleet h is re
posed the Dardanelles, in a very had
A letter from Verona of the 'Jlth
oh. has the following intelligence:
" I lie emperor of Hussia is dving of
t rnui ; the prince of Sweden (son of
H. rn ulotte) has been well received by
the s' vcreigns, partindarly by the em
peror of Austria. JIc has been as
mud. nouced, as tiio' bin legitimacy
extended to Ohio, or his genealogical
tree covered with its branches half the
thrones of F.urope. The youm; prince
had an interview with the duke of Wel
lington, and left him, it is said, without
being particularly struck; with admira
tion at its conversation." Tina.
Jliirioum; AV.'. 10. The Arrny of
the Faith is i i the greatest disordi-r -
its bands are every where put to flight
Hayonne i, full ol Spanish emigrants,
and numbers are arriving, but chiefly
priests and monks and u few proprie
tors. I'ar'iH, id. M. La i'.typtte is
re-elected to the Chamber of iJepu
tics lor Meaux, although opposed most
vehemently by the Royalists, who, to
make the thing more sure, dropped their
own candidate and adopted M. Mcna
ger, who belongs (in tb- phraseology
of the Trench Parliament) to "the left
centre;1' and whom, trnder other tir-cvmstancc"-.,
they would have it jet ted
with a3 much abhorrence as of M. La
Fayette himself. M. La Fayette, bow
ever, triumphed (as he oi.ght) over nil
obstacles. Henj. Consta'-.t h.is lost his
election j and in him the Chamber has
lust one ol its most thstingu'hed men,
ai.d humanity one of its purest and fir
JAuriJ, AuV. 0. The Ge'ieral Hi
ego, (whom the papers had stated to
have been shot by Zaldiv ar) liai ap
peared and taken Ids seat, and the
cutis, in the l'.tra mbu.irv t!ortes.
Should the Congic s cf 'ei ; tu at
tempt to interfere with Spain, even bv
K -,; V V ' , ' '
.. . i i . . i. .. . .. . . i . . . ,i i ..
. - .1 . 1 -i
Hiii vie i.ic pi.Jii.i i levy -i i''.,i."M)
12. We have j .
t seen a p1
Vate letter Irom l'ari ., t
l-illow ing : " I can stale ;
on the. b-.'.t a'.tboritv, ti
t 1,1, II',' t.K
sii'ntlv , i;m
i ' ':r'.e '-: th.-
most dv tinguislied r.ictulu rs -f t,,,
I'rrit.h ( iover nmtnt, ,M. d.e ill!-,
dei Iarod two boui :m;", that tin .re is
no troth in the avseition th.it the Al
lies had def rio'.nt d ii Cnn.'ii'.s to as
sistthe 'o-atiisb .Monarchy w ithtrops."
Our own iivite inf;rmtt'"n e-'rres-ponds
with this statement. Courier.
.c'..'; v, A'::. 1 4. The last dispatch-
es receive J by our government from
crona were ol the 5th inst. At that
tune nothing was decided. ib.
Citif. 10 oLck. The intelligence
this morning received Irom Paris is
very important. A dispatch has been
received Irom Verona and a cabinet
council w immediately assembled at
Paris. It was looked upon as retrain.
that the actual situation of Europe
would undergo no change. Indeid, if I'm the "twinkling of an eve," was ...
we can judge Irom the rise in the French j vv being plunged into eternity, Icav
funds, this news nprc-rs extrc tiiciv I in- u-ife nnd tu o i hiMrm to d.-nl r
Ai I .V1HS r. inf. t.l:KI I
" j winiiU) Mrnnr.K.
Tim ill. OCT. 2. Snue the drtad- ' O,, the : ".ih tilt, one of the most rn.,;
ful massacres which took pl.ne in the .nvardi is wascorimitretl upon the bod
Island of Cyprus, the vin.unr before; Miss .I'.tv " y-c. daughter of Mr Jo
last, the want of news from that Isl-''epli Wvt.ne.ol Tvriel county, that wc
an 1 made us imagine that tranquility ! cr 't eollect reccrding in our sec.ii-n o-.
had succeeded these f.rM ece'.se:,. 1 d.e roiir.tty. The ai ti i.Uts. as we I. o e
We indub-e mi this ph-a .r.g id, a wiih!,fu,n f""" "ne of ti;c J"lv ' I'd""-
.1,. ,. ,' r I ......... i. - 'are these Sue vv as murdered in the e.u h
the more corn. u me, as tlu re u..s nev- r , , r .
, , . ... paito! the u.iv in an upper ronm fd tin
er been the smauest i-v i.iptom or nidi-1 ! , . , ' . . .
hoi;vc m u Im h she reamed with her ci an -
ca.un ol insuirtction in tne Island cf-fJt,,er,a n,.ul u,v;rds of i6 vears ol are
(.vprus. A letter writ'.i n by the En-; ,i: f.:;u! S1!u:i ,,f-cr ,he hnni I deed
gbdi Consul t) oueel his ri Lli,n ccnmiitu d h a state of insciwoihtv , w :
sv hi has resided in co.r citv since the tcrinir in her blood, with her throat cut.
troubles ol the EaM,has dispelled this and a sa! in the t It; tit side of her neck,
illusion. The letter, which n rt.oiilv ; s'' ' LV aphv-hi-n whnwjj preset.:-:
cannot he suspected, istL. the l.dlow ing ih:ac in-neriated the main artery- Sho
tjjtlt; j died soon after she w as fotmi!, without Lc :
CVPia-S,AfG.lJ.-ii:;tv-twotowns;i,,: to tlisdosr who ivcre ti.e p. rP
nnd villa.'us in tlds u,.!.ppv island have 'f! ''V JT " 1 r X" U?"
, .' , i t- ever, sr.on rested itnon fniir NeK-ioes be-
wholly disappeared; only thnr ri.ri.s u,.;,, . ,., Mr. Jllhn Vinson, the Kru..J
rimain to attest the barbarity of their f,(;!lfr ,,f !lc !ecc.sctI, ttho XVCIC imnu,.
destroyers, and et the raged these ; eliatclv t-uc:t tip. and after t:tH!crKoin!- an
blood stained monsters is not vet ap- (A.iniiiution behre two Mai'ii.rates, were
peased. A band of wretches very J '"nimi'ted for tiial at the next Supct ior
lately repairedtu Motphon, wlure ihev i Court of that county, to be held the fos.
destroyed everything w'uhire anil j 'dy in March next. Vli.t led toho
swum, 4 nc wv.incn .uui e niioren ere ' v .eit,,
for the most part taken and tonf n-d : T" J M?'""" ,n"'j!c' c,l!i.'t',y "nknown .
for several days in private houses v ith-
out food ; those who were not destroy-
ed by hunger, were h-.rnt together j be n,.i;;0 to slirTcr ,e pmaltv'cf the law
with the houses. Fvcry house is mat's- , l.tst n unfavorable impression shout.'
ed by murders in all partsof the island, i bo roinierl against the rirrea .ed, respect
1 ne Christians are hunted like wild j able testimony was introduced to prove,
beasts. I that she w as perfectly sane previous to the
" It ischiefiv tmon the churches antl
tile ministers of the Christian religion
that these stupid Turks continue to
exercise their fury. At St. Niassa, af
ter killing or taking prisoners the in
habitants in the time of peace, thev
burn the images of the church, and
transformed the edifice into a stable.
At Chrvso Hojatissa, the church of
Aspro Panagia was changed into a
mosque. V-ry lately, the Zabit (Sub
Gover nor) of Cyrenia, at the head of
a band ol furious wretches, entered
toe convtntof I'antcleinu.it, like bea , ,
of burden they mounted on their ,
and so rode about the country. So;,.,
of these unfortunate men expired lo
fatigue The Governor oi the Islan.'
a man equally ferocious and stup, ;
lately sent his Covas, (the perlorm.-.
of his oidcrs) to the monastery of K;
cou, wleresome caloyer", (anchoret
still remained. This officer, no t.-f
ciuel than his master, made heverI cf
! tliese poor solitaries expire ,n toitui
among others, Father Sylvester, w
was known throughout tne Island.
The rest dispersed, leaving the moiu.
ter y deserted.
""I he Tin ks then set fire to the ens,
rons. The conflagration continued '.:
days, gradually extending to all th
neighboring districts. Several fine fc i
tsts of fruit trees, vinejards, &c. 1 at
fallen a prey to the flamr s. The dan.
age done by the fire is incalculable. A
tract of country thirty-hve !"e:igucs ...
extent, formerly so remarkable lor .
high cultivation and fertility, is tu..
nothing more than a heap of ashes.
" I bat part of the island which
occupied by the troops of IMahomo.'.
Ali, Pacha of Egypt, alone enjoy,
tranquility. Sehh IJey, who command .
for the Pacha, makes his troops oh
serve the strictest discipline. If Mi
homed Ali should withdraw his troop',
as there ii reason to fear, there v. oV,
be no longer any security even for ii
LMiiIillVA I V. AtClIir.M
We have heard of several acciden'.-
happeninjMm We.lnesdav, which in ti.f
circle to which thev are felt, have coi
verted a "merry Christina'," into r
j mnnrnlul one. Among those wdii; v
make t:v deepest rnifirecsions, is t!r
death of Mr. John Urown, a native of
Si otl.md, who has been in this count,
about two months, and came to rec, iv ,
the property of bis uncle (W. lirov.ii,
en.) who was unfortunately killed a
the theatre on the memorable 'Joth Ui
cember, 1 H 1 1 . Mr. 15. w as in compa
ny with a riend, at the F.ap'.e Hot 1 :
Wednesdiv night and as they we--"
leaving the third strv to descend ti
stairs, witti their arms affectionately
; thrown around each other, thev losj
i their balance and fell over the banni-
ter from the third to the first s'.orv :
completely through the well of the
staircase. Mr. 15. w.is precipitated
upon his bead: which was reduced to
the consistence t,f a mummy ; and died
immediately. His companion, m re
fortunate than hims-If, fell upon him.
and was not seriously injure d. Th
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" iv v vi'V v.' f'- ' 3 lit . 11-'
t t if" v n: v. unnvn if i vt i . f -- r iim,. ...
comir.i,sin ot the murder.
Mv.'-vons, DFC. GO Commodore
I'orter has purchased for governnunt
the Steam I'mat F.nterjiriZ" and t!ic
ship Zodiac, of this port. Thev are
to be employed in the expedition fit
ting out against the pirates of Cuba.
The former draws only three or fout
feet water, and is admirably calculated
to ferret out the pirates which infest
the shores of that island.