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HALISIUJIIY, N. (J..TUKSHAY, NOVKMIWU
taiaria aa ritim, srta wtsa,
ISr PIIILO WJI1TK.
Tka term of the Wester Carolinian
Hereafter be aa follow 1 1 77.' JOw A tear,
payable In advance.
Advertisements tiHt Mfl a, fifty cents
., ptr square fr the flrit Insertion, and twenty-five
. xrn ff eaJ l"j4t.uA
, AQ letters addreaa-d tu llT.Jitor, Hiust be
f.H-fl, or they will fvrt be attt-mUd to.
. . .Land for Sale,
l',uUr a decrn ike Cawrf f xijr II nan
1 V virtue of turulr) decreet of the Cmirt of
J I rj'iity forHowan county, made a' October
term, 123, I will expo 10 publtc tale, at the
tlwH-llmue i Joluryr-oa W'cdttcjday the ,
JOth. of December next, U.e following valuable
tract of I .and, visi One tract Bear Alexander
Jyont'i mill, not far from the mouth of Gnint't
creek, containing 93 aerei i one other tract
tljoininr Ute lands of William Smith and tlrx
arxlrr Long, containing 91 acres i one other
tract on the Yadkin river, be bar the mouth, of
Crane creek, containing UJ arm j three other
tracts adjoining the bat mentioned tract, eon
tajning together 39 icmi also, four lots ly.
Inr in the great north souar of tba town of
tfalitburf, known and described in the plan of
aid town by Not, 19, SOL 60 and 6J ; Hit- shove
property beloni to the hcin at Uv of the lair
AIxj, at the tame time and plac, a tract of
land lying on the water, of Hunting creek, in
the Fork, of the Yadkin, adjoining Uie lauda of
Samuel Little, Ilaker Jhnatun and other, con
taining by eatimation 7T2 acres biloii)rinr to
the hrlr at law of Ccorre Brandon, dee'd.
Als at the aame time awl place, tract of
Ijutd lyinjr on the Yadkin river, adjoining the
Und of Nathaniel Perblea, Hilley LItia, Jamet
Om l, and other, containing 2J acrea, niore or
e t and bekmfng to the brirt at law of Joahoa
AIo, at the aame time and' place, a tract of
land lying on the water of Dutch Second creek,
a iia .a a a a
oountieu oy ine unaa oi Mniiaei uoniikan, jonn
rrexU-r, and other. aiM containing 221 acrti,!
oeuie aamenMre or lea, ocHingmg 10 me ncir,
at Uw of John ranger, dec d.
Alan, at the aame time and place, a tract of
land lying on a branch of Second creek, com.
- Aonljr called the W abrat Brarh,-.adjrnirfre
Linda of George and Henry Kobitm, containing
SOU acre a, and belonging to tlie heir at law of
Margaret Robiaon, der'd.
. A credit of twelve and eighteen montht will
be given for the purrhaae n.oncy, on each of
the above racu of land.
A In, at the tame lime and place, will be tolj
Mother tract, lying on the Water of Wethcro't
creek, joining the Iredell tine, and adjoining the
land of Keil al'KaV, Jamea Houaton, l)av'nl
Foatcr, and other, containing uny-aix or forty
eight aerca, belonging to the heir at Law of
Alexander Cook, dLcU. . Thia tract will lie add
txerrair uf Trdve toonrhi, with Intercit from
the time of tale. . - .
The ptirchaken will be required to give bon.li
Uh apprared aecuritict, in every inatance; for
the purchate money,
CEO. LOCKE, CM. K.
Or(.Aer 23, 1823. 7t84
Valuable Lands for Sale,
Under a decrtt f thi Cirri f Equity, fur the
reunjr tfHttkn. ,
IH obedience to a decree of the Court of
Rquity for the county of Stokee, there will
be expoacd to publio tale, at the Court-IIouae
in Gcrmatiton, on the eighth day of December
next, being the Monday of the Counir Court,
.JlVf Jhe' jWlowing,lcU land-Utei-tho
Eroperty of John Zimmerman, ten. dee'd. for the
m fit of hit deviaeet :
The first containing three hundred and ten
acrea, more or leas, under improvement, Iving
in Stoke county, on the main road Icadiner from
Salctu by I lag) 'a to Salisbury, about aix mile
from the tint place, on the aouth fork of Muddy
wreea, adjoining nenry Miore ana otner.
Tlieaecond oontaininir one hundred and eirht
acre, more or lea, tinder impnvement, lying
in the county of Davidson, on the, above road.
on Keedy creek, adjoining Doctor Mataw and
t.tra, at pretent in Uie tenancy of Christian
The third contairng fort? acres, more or less,
lying in the county of Davidson, adjoining Jacob
Mock, Jacob Crater and others.
Also, the following Lands, late the property
of John Hauser, dee'd. or tlie benefit of hit
Vidow and beir at law. f
First, three adjoining tracts, under improve
ment, containing seTenty-ix acres, more or less,
lying in Uie county of Stokes, on the road lead
WK .njJSale m bjf JtjMeXsLo Jlishurjr,Mir.
- Rmhroclc md otheTS". """ " T
more or less, near the above, on the Watera ofj
-rMwM--ceki- adjoSiiing: rhilipraiCeo. Rotli.
rock and others. ' .. , , .
All the above Lands will be told on credit of
w yesr airrx six nmnths,' fjie itx months to car'
rj interest, the, purchasers giving bonds with
approved security. Should no safe be effected
the first day, of the whole or part,the'aale will
be postponed from day to dayagreeably to law.
Attendance will be given by Uie Clerk: and Mas
ter of said Court. Test, . . .
. JOHN C. RLUM, C, M, E, V
Stoke totmty, Oct. 23, 1823. 6t82
the couii-hotue in Sulisbury, sundry Tahia.
ble and likely tfegrtet, conaiiting of jnen, wemen,'
it of one and tnt ears,-purchasers to secure
the payment by giving bonds,' with Jwo or more
approved securities, payable with the current
notes of thp' bank in Uie state of North-Caroli-na.
The sale will continue on Wednetday, the
I9th, unless all the nrgroes are sold, on the first
htyr' Additional termt will be made known on
Uie day of sale. 4 - 'rry - ..".'.
oumcient puis ot sale will be executed to pur-
Octoier 13, 1323.
fttato of Norlli-Curolina,
Pr.MOU towrt of Uv, Vs-ohcr Term,
8X1. Mary llonpcr 1. Joahtia llooperi
petition ft divnree. It tpoeariiig to the eat' a.
Union uf lite eunrt, that J (Mima llooprr,
defendant, la nit M inhabitant of ttvie tnar, It i
t bur for ordered bf ad C'mrt, that fdiM '""
b mn-le tlrte rti"t,' In the lujtigh Su'r !!
W'ruicrn f'anJIitian, g'Mng (kfi'ict to the At fen
dM, t!il h anrar at U next Bupr.vr CHirt
of Cum U k Kit (r Ht4y of linntln, wt
the cuiirt hMj inUricolnlurvon the fimrlli .lun
da ftf r the 4th ItoMa In March Mr, then
ami there to anawer, Wad, or demur to the aaid
petition, other iae U wilt be taken pro confcai,
ami aljHlx'4 accordingly, Witntaa, laaun
IUndiMin, clerk of tatd cmirt, at olTire, the
fourth Moinlir aOrr the fuurth MoMlar in Kep.
tiuAmr, A. Ik. lilHf and m the (bKiriUb )tu
of the lmlieruleiice the U. ftatea.
Trice adr. 3miU
State of North-Carolina,
SfPF.HIOH Court of law, October Term,
1821. f.lixa Ilevint, t. slttiron lteingt
Iirtition for divorce. It apHiaring fu the aatia.
action of the court, that himron itrvirgt, the
defendant, it not an inhabitant of thia State, jt ia
therefore ordrrd by the cwirt, that publication
he made three month i- the Italeih Mar and
Wettcrn Carolinian, giving witice to the defend,
ant, that he appear at the next Superior Court
of law fo be held for Iineln ennrty, at the
eouHdiouae in line nln ton, on the 4h Monday
aOer the4'h Monday of Man h next, then ami
there to anawer, ph-ad, or demur to aaid pt ti
tion, otherwiae it will be taken pro conft aao,
and adjudged acrorilinlr, tTitneta, lawann
Hen.leri 'l, clerk of aad court, at offic , tlie
4th MoihHi) aAerihe4'h Momtay of Nrptember,
A. I). 18.1, ami in the 4 Xhytar of U.e lnlren
dence of the I'mtcd StaUa.'
3tnt91r LAWN. IIF.NDKItSON.
State of North-Carolina,
I wiLKra cul'KTT
ptOfllTof Eijuity, Sept. Term, 1821 ! Pill f-r
j r,monv ; Nancy fox, by her nnt fiirnd
- ,ot. rii.lttt, aeainrt llraxton Cox, and Joa.
VttJlbom, alminja?rat'tr. It
appearing to tne
aatiafartion if the Court, that
Hraxuin Cm. tl tTtnn-TrsidrTrt of this ttalei nf
ther. forr ..nk red bv the Cour. tliat imbrication
be tiii.de in the Weatrrn Carolinian fr three
ntrtntha aurceas'trlv, that unless the said defen
dant a:"-ar at o.ir next Court to be held for the
rounty of ilkea, i.t the Court-IIouae in Wilkes
b.ro, on the at rond Monday in Match next, then
and there to plead, ar.awer, or demur, or aaid
bill will be taken pro confesao, ami hiard cx
parte. . . J. liH XK,ir..CJU:. -
Price adv. f4. 3mt9
State of North-Carolina,
TN Equity, October term, 18 28 : James IUird,
Mary Sweet, Wasliington Baird by bis guar,
dian James llaird, William Crook and Rebecca
hi w ifp, John, Agnew and Catharine hi wife,
James Thompson and Margaret his wife, John
S e I, Uilliam Fullerton and Catharine hit wife,
Jamea Steel and Jane Steel, afrutiiJane Trip
let, Thomas Steel an infant under the age of
twenty-one years, 1 bom and John Itaird in
fanta under the age of twenty -one vears, WU
rhmt ftah-d, Peggy BiirdrJairc tltlndrand Tho-"
maa Adams and wife : Petition for sale of real
estate. It appearing to the satisfaction of the
court, that the defendants in Uiis case are citi-
sena ot anouier ate, it is inereiore oruereo,
. . " -
t i .... . . ... ... p . .1. . I
icntuuua 10 amu-iir i uiir ire. vuu i in r.'j.iu t, w
be held for the county of Rowsn, at the court
house in Salisbury, on the second Monday after
the fourth Monday in March next, and plead, an
swer or demur to aaid petition, otherwiae it will
be taken pro confeasn, and heard ex parte.
GEO. LOCKE, C. ...
Oct. 28, 1833. (Price adv. g4 7 J.) 3m89
State of North-Carolina, "
COURT of Equity, April term, 1823 : John
alon Clements) n. Acliillcs DcaUiragei
Original bill to perpetuate testimony. It ap-
S caring to the satisfaction of the court, that the
efendant, Achilles Death rage, does not reside
within the limits of 4his State, it is therefore or
dered, that publication be made for six weeks
successively in the Western Carolinian, printed
at Salisbury, that unless said defendant appear
at the next Court of Equity, to be holden for
th rAiintv of Stofcpa at the court -Uouae in tier-
dratnr- rfc full u ill hi" tat p ii uro coiiliiH&o. and i
ffifi cause M atir Ootvaiur bearing expane, .rv:
VVliJ iiU.U ffftl.iuv. Vat,
. .L J011N.C. BLVf,
Octimr ". " "TPrice ivd. S?J "6t8X
. . KAfOl.PH COUH.TT. . - ;
COURT of Equity, Fall Term,, 1823 l&aac
Pennington, w. Charles Johnson, and oth
er : Bill in Eqtiity".ir annearing to tlie satis-'
faction of the Court, that Jamee Harris, and" Har
dy Hall, and Mary bit wife, (heira at law of John
Harris, dei'd.) are not inhabitants of this State,
it was ordered by the Court, that publication be
mad in the. Western Carolinian fur six weeks,
that -tmletB the-id-Jme-Hiri, and.Jlardy
Htmd' Mary hitwif
the three fin davs of our next Coiirtof I'-quity
to be held for the, county of Rando'lph, on tlie
firaJtlQnx.ajrithe, fourth. Monday M wh
ffeaJand. sllfew 'fitiste' nil)' '-they-afialr nct- fee
made parties defendant, and answer the" com.
plainant'a bill, thitt the same will be taken pro
cOnfesso, and heard ex parte. - .
A copv; 11. ELLIU IT, C. U M. C.
Price adv, 1 6t8'2
' The: jMilitia. Laws.
THOSE Militia Oflicers who have expressed
a wish to be possessed of the militia Taws,
can. now oesuppuea witn ine juien reiiiwu vi
Uietn, by applying at the prbting-olHce. 7 , -;
rTIHK avihwrriber hat ery recently received
aV Irwm 1'lula.lrljiliia, an aaaonment of
Dry (jootls, liunlwure, ,
Ctitrrv mn4 Ihmmila t
which, vlth the taaortmem hvperia to rc
crn. in an on lirnr, py rnaoie Mm 10 acll at
wWaftory price. , Ike puhkeare rvarectful!
invited to cal ij4.f,xmif)e for Uirnarlvct.
' r.iiwAHU citr.ss.
The roiipcrtmithinr, and Tin Plate buaineaa
heretofore tntnaaded by I). Crrtt, aen. will in
Piture be conju,trj by Die, at tlie tame place,
Vhoac who favor no with thi ircnatom, marlc
pf-ml on having their work done with neatntaa.
dnrabititjr ami dtepateh,
TtlF. aubaenbrr ia now remving a large a a
ortment of DHV f.C)0iS HAltU-M Altf,
LL'TI.r.RY, DOME I ICKH, l . from New
York and I'hiladclphia, a. hdrd by hitnat If w ith
ewre, and bought on thf beat tentit. Ik-ing anx
lout to aeeiire a eont'nuance of l i prvaen rea-
pectable euatom, lie haa come to a determina
tion to offer hit citenaive at. k of (i.KxIa in -
I ahnry, at prircl whirl., in In. opinion, will be
found at low at the price of thoe w l.o advertiae
"aellii g off at coat " Mia ruatmnt rt ami the
pwhlio generallv, are invited tu call, examine,
and judge (or thamaclvea,
JOMV all ltKUY.
iVewan Cannf, M C. Juf. 1823. '66
Tailoring, at Lincolnton.
bacrihrr r turns his thanks to the riti-
ns of Ijne.ilnton and its vtrimtv. for the
very I Ural patronage with which they have
hitherto favored hiiii id begs Vive to inform
his friends and the public in general, that he
will ill continue to carry on the above business
in all it various branch, s, at his old stand. He
aaauret all w ho w ill for him tb tlieir custom,
that their w ork ahl be performed in a fashion
able and durable n am r.
As be is determined nt to have any inferior
workmen u id.r him, he ft t la confident that his
punctual attention to the iiert.u nance of his
promiata, and the auptrior nle in which hi
I, ment h.m the
ndenc and favor ol all his frienda. He baa
hitherto b tn. acct.totned to obtain the lit tat
fashions from Charlcann, and will still endeavor
to do so, twice a yi-sr, by the m-rrliants who
visit that City. l'he scbtcrlher can aaaure aO
ho may w ih to favor hint w Tth their patronage,
that bj has become master nf tlie art tSf cutting
glnnenta agTeeablv to the bt flan knrwn in
the. .I'nifcd. Vaia Hlf vmj wrrtt is the
moat eaaential part in niaking a g-nent, it can
alao aaure them, as h- kevs nm.e but gfod
irk me n, that part sJrwfl'l- w'Vai tot.lv pi r-
fofmed. All who kre luiao.tam'td ' ith the aob-
smbrrr if tnttrpr
manaliip, are retrrrrd to any of- the f wing
mercnams or i jticoii..n, v.ro r.vvr uvrrrd mm
with liberal patronage, vir : Pol. Jn'in Hike,
Col. Daniel Mok?, Dav4 tt.ifr-jnr,-Jeh vtami
tour, Robert TT. Burt&n, Jhc .T. F"nu vran.T.laccb
Hienhardt, Laqa. DAMLL SIK.I.K
JJnilnt, (ht. 27, 18.'3. 7htf
P. 8. My prici aha'l he favr.b'e, .is the
timet are growing aomtwhal duller and more
Wtmae fur ftfti.
T W ILL sell n.y House and IxA in Ka
"19 1 hahnrv. nn arrn'iinui.li.t'na' linn.
App, t0 T Co n T or to ,f in
ioi, convenicni lor a lawyer or rnvsictan.
Satiibmy, Mirth 8, 1 823.- '44tf
NOTICE ia. hereby given to theptihlc, that
the aeveral notes of hand given by ftrice
and John little to Mrs. Hart, for the house,
mill and lands, at Bea tie's Ford, ill not be paid,
if traded awav. WILLIAM LITTLE.
.JVt. 3, 1823. 3t80
Yadkin Navigation Company.
A MEETING of the Pre sident and Directors
of thia company, will be held at (the house
of William II. Slaughter, in the Town of Salis
bury, on Tuesday, the 18th of Koven her next.
Also, a general meeting of the Stockholder
will be held at the same place on Thorsduy, the
20th of November next, being Uie Tuesday and
Thursday of Rowan tounty cmirt. '
K. D. MUUPHET, Pre$iJrnt.
October 22, 1823. ! 4t80 -
-:bejlx.e: cocnty. "r
tOt'RT of Ttew aTTrHttraTter Stwnttp
J tember Session, 1823,..HCharlcs M'UoweU
William rJTckson 1iTr1 tfht of hi wife-Margaret,
Athon A. M'Dowell, William Paxton in right Of'
hit Wife Sarah, and Jame R. M'lauw H, lieirs at
Taw ortliarlet M'Dowell, deceased, ve. John
M'UovelL William W'hitson,. Samuel Whitson,
George Whitson, Jamei Whitson, I homas Whit
son, Joseph Whitson, Ann Whitson, Polly Whit
son now PoBv Ilardin," Rcbeckah wife of Tho
ma 1 M'Entire, Thomas L. M'Entire, William
Smith and Sally' his wife, devisees of John M
Dowell, dee'd 1 and John M'Dowell and Jamos
M'DowelV heirs at mW of Joseph' M'Dowell,
dee'd 1 netitionfor nartition." It appearing to
the aatisfwetion-of the c6rt,thtMilliam ttltit.
son; "Samuel whrtsoni Cleorge v tiKsonr James
Whitson, TUomaa. WhittonJ Ann "Whitson, Polly
Whitson. ("now Pollv Hardin.) and Martin I lar
din, and lliomtt L'. sfEntire, reaide without tfie j
court,, that publication .be made tr ir weeks,
at the Cotirt-Ilbuse in- Moganton, and In Hie
Western Carolinian, that unless they ippcar be
fore the Justice of -the' Court' .of Plea and
Quartet Sessions, to be held for aaid county at
the Court-Honse in Moj-ganton, on tho fourth
Monday in January next, ami plead, answer, or
demur, otherwise the petitioner's petitiotfwi.il be
Uixen, pro contesso, ana iicam r pane.
; Attest, J. EUW I N, CM'.
' Price adr. 3 00 - - 6wiBl ....
"Tilling of war, and of adventures new."
The ct'lior u( the PLil-rlalp:,! Nation
a) Catettc h4 rerelvrd a f.lo of llie Ctl!
nt tpatK-ra flurry f..ft nulan the Bih
. r f i . . i '"
bi rveptcniner Hirnuive,, nc Iiu.ni-tjr lw
the 6th (he autet) tontairn an uffn al ar
tllei dsled hc t!jy tefgrt i.wl iih calli,
in thf namt ttf the king, Pvecling of Ifje
F.Tturdfnary ('orr, to be held crt the
6th. for thw puipote of drlibrrutiug upon
an ripoviilon f the State uf the Nation,
l.Uh the e ttecu'lv Uaticli of the gov
crnmrm bad to offer.
on the 6ik, and the President of the per
manctit committee delivered Bftuit ad
dress, in which he atated to them the ob
ject of the convocation, and mentioned
thui csusei and eenii'hlch it would be
superfluous to specify, had brought thing
to A irpiiful tr'teit) but that the fault wai
not theirs, and their rotiMicncea would
remain undisturbed. The oath prescri
bed by the Constitution was (hen taken
by the members then present, of whoro
we nave counted, on the list oi names.
upward rfuna hundred, comprising Ar
Ruelleit Galianot Vsldex, and the most re
aolute patriots. A committee was ap-
pointed to wait on the kin; with the noti
fication thai the Cole were installed.
In the evening, all the ministers of
State being present, the following mes
sage rem the King, was read to the as-
aenihh by the speaker: J.
Grntlr'mrn lirhutirt t On that impor
tant djy on whiih the. ordinary Cortes of
the pretent year closed their session, I
announced to you that if circumstances
should require it, I would seek In the
Extraordinary Cortes, a ineana of safety
for Ihe vessel of atate. An exposition
which my ministers are, by my order, to
subrhlt to you, will shew that the Tetael
of s'ste it on the point of Wins; wrecked,
if the Congress do not exert themselves
to save it. . What is to be laid before you
will also palpably evince hov imff'ttutd
fiuve brrtt alt tfforti made to ebtutn an kon-
orabU finite t because the enemy, bent up-
on purtuing his purpose iotrfcrin
gatrrt-wi-njmrni tne atuirs oi tnis
kingdom, persists in not treating but with
me alone U ft tonmigo- ao.or y libre)
ard will not consent to re rd me as free
nrtrmr imm1 t1 yyWaWVy4
i HtU. Inconceivaule and ominous free
:om,'whove sole basis is the disgrace (
i if . ir . j? ; s.. .l.
qeuvcnnij jroujrse.u. L9ls.vt.eji9njiiiojn5
lianas of or ene my I
" Make provision, Gentlemen Depu
ties, for the exigencies of the country
from which I ahould not and will never
si patate my lot i and being .convinced
that the tnrmr holds as naught reason and
juaUcr, unlns they be supported by force,
examine quickly the evil and the reme-
After therearling of the energetic dia-.iaiw-arler'tuie
exposition spoken of, must be considered
in secret sifting ; and the doors were soon
after shut. At the re opening of them,
the speaker stated that it had been resoi
ved to make the exposition public, which
communicated 10' the' Cortea the lamenta
ble tondiiibit ;of the national' affairs the
Mfps taken by the executire government
since' the invasion of the l iench;' the
means which had been repeatedly used to
procure an honorable peace the futility
of all the attempts, owing to the obstinacy
of the enemy' in his purpose the partic
ular situation of the. Isle ot Cadiz; (he
dearth of resources, and the necessity of
0 vigorous application by the- Cortes of
all attainable means for the endi of, the
cause maintained in the present struggle.
We obberve bv the proclamation of tne
4wUtaryMCu ariiiTr,' DtnMniiA tti liiA
45, was to present bimseil within three
tional municipality, to be irraed. snd em'
bodied for the public service that wjuH
sitionsrwere'tssued' fof.- forty "thousand
sand ljatj t and for provisions' and mtirfl-
r ' J !.S - - I !-
tions of every description 1 and in .short,
that every preparation was' on foot , for
holding out to the last extremity : ' : t
;Ve infer - from wna't we have" read In
the Cadiz papers, that there was but little
probability et d comftromine. t is known
that Cadiz had not surrendered on the
19th Sept. . : '. ,' .i' -'"'
; The Boston Commercial Gazette an
notinces the arrival, at Portland, on Thurs
days i.rom ru Lucar, tnear t.uiz,j wnn
accounts to the I9th'ofSeptcmber fur
nishing gratifying intelligence of the suc
cess of the Spaniards in defending Cadiz
and the fause of their country. ;v
'It is stated that, on the 26th of August,
the French attacked the Cano Frocavdaro.
a smalf iland used as a Navy Yard, and
WRE REPULSEP, rich the lot of One
Ih'bMtnd Pirn, in titled and wundrd. H
waa Intetidrd to he glvtn tip by the gov
erhor; Lutthe garrison n r 0ly ifrmdt
ihefthcf, but hung ufi t V e; ivtmor without
trrrnoi.v, u en m'f.ri tt ttoilvrt !
'It ta rtporud It ', J.urar thit the "
Fici.ch ti.sd v lc a-i f.!:,tk on or near St.
Petr, tlie rratilt of which was. that they - "
Ii.T"0u r c p: ti ti Ikuis want., r.e frijftitf ma
tcriali'y injure I, and a rUrt.lirr of Iir f w ,
lut."rbe'Sf.Xui:ratui.iit8Coi.fiwn tho - t .
Tall of I r'Ha lciot.l Ut Sv it W4 ol J to
the Frtnch for 70 000 tellers, 1 his, of '
count, l dct.lcd l tl' French, who af , '
firm that t ts carried by the talor of
It waa teporteJ at St. I.ucsr, Sept. I6
thit CinrAMirftud frllrrd to tlie r'asti
of St. Sebastian, for fear of being shot by
Rirgo. It appear! that Alnar was one
ol the Commissioners sent from Cadli to
treat with the Duke, In Ihe absence of'.
Hie go. lie bring on the borders of Mai .
aga, and heating the clrcumsut.ee, pro
ceeded in has e for Cadiz, eluded the
French, and arrived In SaTctyj and, by
harranging the populace on the subject of
their liberty, telling them it was tiisgNee'
fill even to ntTef any terms, Ihe negoiii (
tion was broken oITh Aa. Intel. ,
; '''''- -,, 1 .:
LATEST rUDU IFAI.V f
Capt. Ellis, from Mai jits, arttrtd s ..
Dostorit Infoimi, that the French (roups .
left that place in the night, about 4 days
previous to his sailing, (the 2 1 st Sept.) It
was not known where they had gunr.
Nothing was known at Mai a era rcspettln; .
Cadis, as all communication bet ween those
places had been rut of. Capt. K. states, ,
that he was in the vicinity of t'adia for
several days in .light fogy wrathrr, and
hesrd a continual firing of cannon. ' Jus '
before the trudmi Irft alagt' tb
American Conul gave to CaW.EJIis
paper, of whirb tbe following is a ropy 1 .
Newt has just reached us, that KlB
oo ailer iing tbe'Fietuh comt'kte -1
beatmg in the atretlsxf Jaz u leavuig 700 .
of them dead, besides wounded, pi or re
drd on his march, and was In a phtr rail V
f d La Cron, rapit'l v marchttig toward.
Madrid, and was in expectation ol joining '
with Marti, the Empcrhiado 1 and but
ment, within a few leagues of the capitafof
Spain. Tho ramhotliies of this placed
spread a report two days alnce, that be
aa captui.cd 1 but if was mtrfl.to'dc":
hope of the- servile more properly eall
ed the Banditti f Spam.,
-If the- Government of Cadit-Temain
firm a very abort time longervihe face of
aflTairs in this unhappy country will wear
a different aspect, and Furope may havs
to thank Spain forsaving all tho Conll-
jnent from despotism.' - - ' - ,
u I he conduct of Kiego while In thia :
place has been reported in the Gibraltar
Chronicle in a base and shsmefuUight-
false in every respect, and a tissue of lies.
He acted like a gallant aoldter, and a firm
uninl'en" Palrlbf i aiiidi 'amonar "iff tn
fienrrals In Spain, he has proved himself
capable o( acting for his unfortunate coutv
try in the.true style f the old Komaus. '
lUloga, 20th Sept. 1823.", . - ;:
LATE FROM ENGLAND,
atzw torn, iovf. 3. 1 be racket ship . .
Canada, t ap'Macy, artived on Saturday .
from Liverpool, whence she aailed on the
28th of September, having been detained
Ironi the J6th, by adverae winds. 1 . -
We are lurtdshed with regular files to
the 16th, and part of those to the last
dates, including a Liverpool paper of tho
27th September. I hey announce aom
operationa of the French army the most ,
important of which ia the capture of Pum
peluna, with the whole garrison, consist -ing
of nbout fiWjfoptr including mill-'
ittpsfto wer 'marched lo7Trat.ee
SQthi that thelJiQpcaJJDdC
Pampeluna,- proceeded immediately for
Lower' ' Catalonia, rand tZiut the TjIT er Ke
uis and Lerida would be tbe im'meduto
SUBRENDEU OF PAMPELUNA, ..' ,
We are without the official paiticuWt '
of. the attack by Jarsha .eurr'won upon '
this place. It apprars that the operations
commenced on the 3d of Sept. und tho
date of the capitulation is the 17(1. A
private letter from the French camp. da- t
ted on the .1 7th, ssys, After the affjir of
the ,3d,-oar trooria had;" by a oesrwrsteTit
tacki, taken': possession of the advance
posts tend suburbs of Farnpeluna. 'Ihe
trench had been opened, And the bombs
wnlcn were thiownvlnto W Tow ri-Jire); ;
quently set it on fire 1 but the flumes were
promptly extinguished, tnd the town,' aa ;
well as the citadel, answered our cannon'
adein such a manner as made it presum
able thatlhe enemy would hold out long
but during the night, from the 15th to
the 16th, the Angoulemp battery -made '
breach, and ha fire was so well sustained
and directed, that it silenced the batteries
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