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l) j.rjcM r i wc Sf-re, I'H ionM.nl i'j
jltt fc-l m r ni it. Yuii may coimnuni
rvt this if trie j ll ira n hiv.crv,
IS", 'tied Ij ro, h-rl.)
J MKUm SAKZ."
Tort ftt. Wrj,Ckt, ."
One account a v , thit of d'; -four
members of i' Coftrt, prctn.l t0 the
28Ut, suty : (J for rttiotinjj to the
Kii'i hU puwer, nod have received the
acotjJt of Mi tUjetty, The Cortes
thtn dissolved thenmhet. Yut the
hit thirty,!; htun tac I tie cf Leon
"was aUackcd with the" greatest xgT,
lJalkUri,ihe Duke I'iidaoud aud
, the Ambaaudora, bid arritcd Unrtv
, A letter Imta .mi EfgLiti ge ntkiniu
at Cadz, dated Oct. 2, 1 82 J, tic
icritxi the state v( the neighborhood
m terrific. After Ferdinand bd
tcro to Church after his liberation,
alj the dwelling of those marked lot
Constitutional principle! became the
- rvy of the blood-thirsty Faithfql,"
the bouses ol nunynfour friend were
rs sacked and pillaged, and every
thing which cuuld contribute to free-
, dom, instruction, or improvement, in
stantly burnt or br ken to pieces tn the
ttrecta, amidst 'iVivaa and rtjoi
cig a roe even of the higher cLst,
. and prititi, encouraged to the con.,
tnttsioa of these deeds, Vclauitegui,
Orlandi and Padre Cmanio, being
the moat active." 44 I he c Serves
teocet,whe add, M among the lower
clan ot people, ii interne luthoriacd
to sitiate their passions, they hunt all
f thve wbyi are compr mised aa blood
bound on the ectnt, and assassinate
then when discovered, lite itate of
the country ie dreadful) it lurpanea
-all description io anarchy, conluaioo,
"Jlte French do little to prevent
these cruelties, but, should they depart,
Univera d depopulation and desola
tion mjit ensue. The French, we tin.
derttmd, have already tent Jotl-tailing
tenth ta Tenrrffr9 Cuba, und South
A - a a
-:AttvMi 19 tummon tnem 19 turrenaer
t9 the A'lied artMt ond return to tn-
t Umiled obedience fa King Ferdinand."
Atifilurf, Sept, 30. Lettcre from
Italy announce that a terrible iniurrec
tioo had jutt broken out in Upper
Egvpt, where the whole populatioo of
a large lection of the country have ria.
- n co matie, and all toromuoicati- n
- Iiae been intcirupted. At Suckot, all
that - f urkiah aoldieri, foreigiwra Jind
HI- travellcra have- been aaiaaaiaaicd, the
inagazlnia pillaged, and the caravan
The Greeki have had a battle with
the Turk a beiwecoThcbct and Gitoni,
In which the latter lott 1000 killed,
; and 40C pritonrr. - Io another battle,
near Volo, the Turki loet 600 priaon-
LONDOa, OCT. 14. We underitand
that government haa received inforrna.
' tioo of the final and complete aettle
tnent cf the difTrencea Lxtweca Hua
. i'u and Turkey under the arrangement
trtord Straricfbr ft la addecTtbat
the disputei between Greece and Tur
v key, are to be Intraited to the medi
ation of Kuisia, Auatria, and G. 13rit-
.ThetievtJope. artfirpl De la
Gerga wai elected Pope on the 27th
of September, and baa taken the tit'r
of Leo XII. ' He is at) Italian, bora at
' the'Caatle of De la Genga, 2d of
August, 1760. ' The Journal des De
" bats says he is a man of great learning,
accustomed to business, and of. irre
proachable morals.' Tie was. Nuncio
during 14 years io the electorates of the
- - Rhine.- At the period of the persccu-
. tions exercised by Bonaparte agtnst
1hc Head nt tSit Church, hejrastiblig.;
Iwid toujt rcr w
and Cardinals Iwtte
which remained to the Sovereign Pon
I :iv ... a t .v. . v. .r .l . .:
v it.y cu (.uugiaiuiaic juouia iaii, on
; his return, and he was afflicted at Paris
. "'tfith a long illness. In 1815 he was
lfll 1... ...U.l..l.ta I .:.!a l.L .
reinstated wiut the-Komati- purple.
At the moment of his nomination he
was Cardinal Vicar, that is, adminis
trator, as regards spiritual . affairs of
- the diocess of Roraev-
"."-' .'' tl-.'..'.-. i'
' InteBijTence, two dry later than' the afcoVe,
hu been received at New-York, by thaehip Mi-
- '" .m-'lWM t Witmt-:-'-'.'-'"1-
ivt.i aay hwim m j'w
a. - a . ' a . '' I r ) . 1 "at L L . . . 1L . . ' ta. . .
tr his having maderaomrim-f-;;lw
AWwti .hlrh vent tn 5m- f eveti wat better calculiTedjo make a
plicate about 300 person 8r-r-
i Tariffs and Cueta have opened their
gates : to the, French in- obedience to
, th Ring's order, and the Governor of
".77 C'uilad Kodrigtonly wanted the King's
order to do the same thing. Sarceld
9a was expected to submit; ' '
riMTII Btlti4 !,
lirioiv. feov. II.
The Convention met tbit tiiort.fl.g,
pirini to adjourn me nt.
Mr. Ytncey, after a few remarks, sub
mitted the two fulloin lUtoluilotis
R,hA. Ttnl a Coramlur ef U a.
poinud ta p'f rr vl rrjxwl n Ii imrilnti.U , (,n vySjrtlt lkv olM Brit to enquire
I tbt Coiii..ti of ..irtk-tn.Un m my k . n)) hl p,,m hkb hi bodv po-
4Xw.TCU,M Uk-add!. Tl" eornnm.ee projd U to re-
lh .l .nixltM-rtt K lUm tint. Irt tUCll al'CrttH in tbt tOHlllUlWB
tKMrt, ui the L'Matitu.io, t.ul repewt tba ait
The qucalbn brinx"rrt h? tH Prfl
"drnt on the p-ittaga of the firt Kco!u
" Mr.' Hrrvard laid h hid Wilted In ff
pcliim that aome Cenleman xiM
have antiripated him, in the amendment
which he' al about to ui(Ke ( but at ho
one had dn to, it muM devolve oxn
him. lie did not.believe that, the mim
htr rnemioned la the Kcolniion waa f
rVlf (of a tttmmiuee of ti tre
He thought that on a uij-et o Imjwr
lapt, eKh countv haint( a deleirate in the
Contention ourM to ba rrpre ttni?d. A
commlstr compned of aeten trvut
roold not be laid to xt pteatnt ihr 24coun
(let who had vent delegate, lit there
fore moved at an amendment, that the
numticr be incrcaxd from acvtn to twen
Mr, Yancey, In replr, ohered that In
theappoinimfnt of een a a eomnuttet
it wai true that each county would not be
reptetenteu, nor tuu ne oeueve 11 nere
vary they ihould be. Whatever lhi
committee may report, nothing ran he
decided but by a m-qotity of thit body.
Ilia reaton fr proposing the rtumiwr te
Ctfifd, wai I hit he thought it bcner calrti
lated 10 carry into clT t the object of the
Revolution, than hrge number. If the
number were o be increated i the gen
'.leman from IJntoln l hed. it would hr
aa well to ditrnt the ajiiject at onre
without appointing any coinmittee. It U
well known, said Mr. Y. that am.ll com
milled always more effectually invrnti
Kate a tu'iject, th-n liige onea. If the
committee were extended to twentv lour
there would be at ureal contmrietv
opinion In It, at Ihere would Win thii W
1 dy (and inttead of producing harmony and
onjnimitr of sentiment, it would h cal
culated 10 raiae ditcord. He therefore
hoped the revolution, ai preaented in iti
original form, would be adopted.
Mr. Brevard tald, that oil object for
propoini a lire number for the commit
tee, wat that the tentiment of the diflVr
ent crxintiet mieht be knon t not only
here, but in the Committee where the!
proposed amendment! to the t'onititu
tion. would be diacusted.. Delegate! mav
meet nere irom aiuerent countiea navn
diLTerent altcrationa to propoae i thete
might be considered in the Committee,
and by Indulging a apirii of compromWe,
cnpld he adjnated to to meet the
viewi of thU meeting. He did not believe
a committee of 24 would be too mime rout,
at their object would be to ascertain the
sentiments of the people of this State, so
far as it i represented in fblt Convention,
on the important subject of amending the
Conttitution. If a committee of aeven be
appointed, they may know the wishes and
lentimenti ef those countiea whirh dele
gated them to ttendhlameenr
thejrwotiW haTenTrneaht of ascertaining
the aentimentt ofotht-r counties.
M". Yancey observed, that the Commit
tee when designated, would not only con
suit their own wishes and those. whom
they immediately represent ; out on eve
ry subject which csme before them, they
would consult the viewi of the delegate!
from different counties, and " hen the
committee made their report, if any part
ef it was objected to, sn opportunity would
he then afforded Gentlemen of express
ing their .opinions on the subject, and of
proposing luch amendments as they judg
ed proper. V
. Mr. Settle had thought it would be
proper for this body to expreas their sen
timents -as to what amendments they
deemed necessary, previous to the ap
pointment f a comminet t that the C6m
tendon thought otherwise, he did not
Uih to be contidered at making any ob-
I - ... "...
reasons for wishing this body first to ex
press their sentiments, was that he
thought b a better mode of producing my
animlty in the meeting when the Report
should be made' He was in favor of a
large committee, that when they assem
bled, they might compare the views of
different counue and xomo ta a more
correct understanding of the' different
vie wtof those countiet, than a snu 11 com
mittee. He hoped'thereforelhe mend-
ment" of the' ihllealro
Report on the subject -propped, than a
Urge number. " He did not believe there
would be found much difference of opin
ion among the Delegates : all had the
same object in view ; all that was wanted
was, that the; subject. matter should be
brought before tho meeting in proper
form. . If a rery numerous committee
jwrra lo f o 1, 0 I'. ' -e.l l '
Icvtrhe taken up and t!iuv.eJ by tha
J,.,!c rf, M w Utf a conimitiei
w rtil f ke to rnifrtiiiitr all lha lntt,ntr
IriKf i h Wi'd b met uh in truer.
llfi?upo a llu-loa In the meetli.
' II Itoprd therf..reacommltu of tn
. n - ! 1 I . . i - f.. .am I I. ! A M A I .
rouU eine te any correct ceiKlulofi
' It mf ihn neeMMry la meet the
vteai nf the pcnple of North arollm
It rik- nf, tMf. O. that onr po
eri ate liml rd . II ft meet heft f
Not a rrrtlin r.t thai People of Nonb
i:r,in niel lo Vo.iVei,in to amend Ihi
t'ciniiiu.lii i.f ltr State. By what au
Ihotitvi ad (ur what purpote then, arc
e a.Mm'.ledf We are tact under the
authmiiv of the ptaple ol our aerl
tiui t'if to (letrrnune on the mot (ii and
pi(.er pl.n of taking the aenae ol the
ptof,U of the Htatr on the p'vpi let f of
ralliuc a (Convention to amend the Con
vituuon in aeeeral partKulart. 1hue
oartif ui-rt are con'.atnrd inctrtaiu Rfo
loiiot'V paived at Rleir.h in December
Ui. Ihcte Rtaolutiona directed the
peopl to appoint Deiegalet to meet here;
at Una ti'ne. and fetitutt the oojccit 01
llut If e appoint the committee at pro
ived. wht will be ii powerf I hey arelnu rompUm of in repcrt t mtquaiiiv
directed to report auch
1 amendment! to;
triC ( ona'ituiion a thct iudgt proptr.
And tuoDote thi cooimi'tee maha a ie
nirt, recommendiue; a variety of amend
menta not con'ewplated in the Nraolu
ti.int under whirh il ia mee'inif act. It
i mr ooinl n. atd Mr. t. e nave 00
au'Horitv to t;n beyMJ the oltjrrta emhri
crd by the oriin-l Revolution!, and thetc
oui(ht to be taken aa the batii of the He
Mirt to be mjda by tblt commi'ler, and
ottht io be iven to them at their in-tru-tionv.
M". Phifrr wai in fator of the Revolu
tion at proposed by the gentleman from
t'atwrll. Seven member! of iheir body
would be tolTkient to draw up a report
embracing the prominent amendment!
olltuoonu:d iQ h made in the Conatuuiion
; jht ReDOrt will be examined and ilit
cttnied by thU body, and every niciid-er
will have an opportunity of propovin
auch amendment! ai he may think prop
er. A large number would clog the pro
ceedings of the Committee, without be
ing of any real tervice to it.
Mr. J. S. Am A agreed with the. gen
tleman from tawrll that a committee of
teven wm better than one more numer
ous The object of appointing a commit'
tee in that the vuhjec' may. be brought
j fa,irr before, it nwetln(r. It-vrilMhrn
W time enough to discuss the queiiiohDughr Ibeir UiMrVettTo i cWln rheyafitcd inuiflcrertt. or aUive to dwract-tlia""
of our powers. Evenr grntleman wlllt
t. a. r CT- a . .. . a. 1
Q.W an up,., . ...te... .menu
unity of nffe ring amend-
meott in a committee or ine wnoie, or in.
the house. Ilut if irentlemen proceed
with their objection, in this stage of ti e '
hiiMn.. there trill be no end l. di in-
j , .
aion. He hoped that the original Reso-,
lution wmild be adopted,anirihaf Turther
ditcutsion would be deferred until the
subject was regularly before the meeting,
Mr. H. IViUiamton, thought teven a
convenient number lor the committee ;
and he thought it best to wave all further
i ne question on me proposea ameno-t
a. . ? s . a ..... a I
ment was negatived without a division ;
,u,.,5 ,(,,..,... w.. .Vr.. .......n .,.u,rr Qrt. rertmt.js ttlir an.tand Jitckwn-KwWItaXiicoiHl eWtre, 17
Ue second Resoluttoo was also carriedm London. engage tn-hU newborn (wWUl prefer Calhoun to an; other candidate,
uhout objection,-- " icTea. They lhl,k j, will not answer. Per l..te i.. Lk. maimer only th.ee or four, ere for.
jtir urric,a lucnnicr oi ine ommiliec
appointed on tne uesoiutinn nirerting a
Report to the free ppultt ion ef the
several countiea, the arm unt or the taxes,
tec. tAft that he had understood that aome
members of their body winhedto have a
Report of ibe federal numbers of each
. . . n k.,
county also. If the Committee were in !
atructed to thia effect, they could readily
make it a part of their Report.
Mr.Fither explained why he hnd not in
cluded a provision in his Resolution for
the information now referred to. The
princifde-or fetter! -InuTrtbers a s Tery
they had to deal with-slave holding
to deal with slave holding and
non-slave)' holding "States ahdln order tdtKllhnlirTiere and hope he will verv
compromise the different opinions on the
-a.!.- . L - J!IT a. , .1 I
ajaa of .rapTeteiaiioa-,-Uves were con-f
.11 ..J .. .i: !
ticerea at inree nuns persons and two
fifths property. But the same necessi
ty does not exist here for this distinction.
All the counties hold slaves t and t hough
fewer are held in the Western than in
the Eastern counties, the increase is
greater in tne west, tn proportion to
it would have any effect in cOnciluiing
nnr I-aatfrn hr-t hroiv. ui1 Mr F 1
our Eastern brethrerK said Mr. F. 1
should not object to making federal hum
bCrf U fbunditibh of 6Ur wpresehtatiori;
MrrTftncty rejolfea tohear the coned
iatory spb-it of the gcntlemur from Row
an, which embraced the IflTfrests of the
whole State ; this was the kind of feeling
which would influence him in all his
movements on. this subject, he ibotild not
Tohdefnghat would be the best for anv
particular county, byt what would be for
the interest of the State at Urge, He
wished the whole subject to be brought
before tha meeting in tba Report from the
committee arp"'r.ted on tlit iu'fft. IU
pre.umed thai either federal aamU ft, oi
fret bttl')iuiti"n united lib periimn
em ttiati.Hi, would U taken at tha talt cf
repr emulation and it woulJ be found In
pfactUa that it would tnakt but little differ
rnt which courae wi adopted. llf w
Hi hJped the federal number of each
ci4(tf would be reported. -,,
Mr. Mungum wlthed that the report In
qtietilon ahuuld alo contain the arwouut
pail by each county fur the permanent
late. Ue wai pleated to find, that in
the InterchanRe of aentimant which he
had had with Rentlemrn on thU aut.jecl,
that there appeared to he a eletlre in all
to He UjKW '. a;badaef Kepretewta
lion at would operate "equally in tery
part of ihe tatr When we"iptak of
rt al population, we take into lew onlr
the number of freemen In a Htate i bu
are find that the number of our enreaior
rerourte to other coi.aMeraibna in
riling the bait of re patent at ion. At
the time of fo'mlnjr the Krdetal t'onvi
tuiion, the batii then at;reet ttpn, prr
hapt H inelttDui e mouRin
would be more equitable, in the pre ir hi
fate, to Ma on a p. in. iple whuh wmi'd U
. I I . t t.L . ..I.I bl fell
ietavari.uia.ano wn.m ...u. - '
nrar more equny on inc. cciu nu
wetiern partt of the State
1 he Siu of Svulh Caiolina, he under
tt(K), tome ycart ago, Uburrd under
tiniilar k-rievanrct to tho wlnrh
- . . " . . ..
01 repieientailoii, when ny a "". oil
. fompromise, bnught alxnit, he hrlicted,
bv a riiiten formerly of digh ttanding in
thia Stte, the ptirxipic of K)pultion and
prrinaneni 'axaiMin wrre to u"tu aa io
give taiikfjction lu all rmrtirt.
Mr. M. moved thetelote. that the com
mittee le inttructed to rt-p-rt thr Mrral
num!er! of the Stjte. an t of the tcvrtal
coumiei alo the
amount of taxrt pid j
ti'ir fur ti e it three I
by the teveral eon
yrart. dioincuialntic the aniount paid on
each o' jfct of 11 jIIoii, in each year.
Whii h wt airreed to.
y.r. Love, iiom the, commi'iee ap
pointed to report a mode of raising a fund
to defray tnc eipentei of the pretent
meeting, Ice. r ported Out laid txpentei
tbould be p4id bv a contiit)uii4.n from 4ha
memberi at the doe of the meeting )
and that tliry l..d appointed Mr. J. K.
l.ntmden, ( Ir rk of the meeting, to iit
Mr. Urevard, who had con&en'ed to con
tinue hit tcrvices at Secretary. Con
On ntoijun, the Convention adjourned
till I o'clock to morrow.
The Convention hetd in this city l.tt for freaidcnt. .Now that th evidence f tlwir
week for the pui poae of agreeing upon , acncaha C4iuitj il.m UmI tUy are aetwj"
such amtndmenta as they deemed nrres et-unier to ihc wdl of iW p.4.pl, uteycAucT"
sary to the Conttitution of the State, tnr' to hide thrir ii.cnrmn.mrnt hr. fa
snernof.n of Sturdav I after which they
ffl.rtrM.L axf. ..t.t.a. P ' . a. - a. '. I 1 I
v.- Hu,.t winner ,,r0,rn
oneke, to whicn they were ii'uteil
bv the riturns. C ol. P.-lk, assisted be!
Col. J. Hawkins., Peter Browne and Wm.
Dot Ian. F.tor. nresided. A numK-r ..f i
. . 1 "v
patriotic tontti were given, nd tne meet
ing wa.i entertained by songs "from the
company and music fiom Mr. (ioneke
so that he evening was tprni with ureal
Conviviality and harmony. Raleigh Reg. I
- - I
EMl-gf aUUcr iaeivedrTJaliivda. at
New-York, from & friend in London.
wt at . . I .
watninion Irving spends the winter,!
I Je-.rn, at P-tiis, and is to be engaged in !
" ' w v aiaiiu, s in enter-
(.ui itit(;c.. i neic arc not manv mer
icant in London ; indeed, all the world is
at Pa ria.
The dinner at Liverpool, which pre
sented an occasion 4or Mi . Cunning to
express his ser.-iments on the subWt of
Inlna ketra f V a a
America, has had an excellent effect in
(th' country. America stands well
Extract qf a letter frum on Eneljih officer.
uoira 4ecn, iteftt; ?;
foreign faction, but we have now an tn J
..a.-. .- '
aoon recover lor us our lormeT ascennencv.
n ; . -. r . .... ' .
I an iniitmrte-friend of tlrertWrETiit
I L.t t a, .
I believe he posesses firhineas sufficient
to make our country respected.
u I hear the .Portuguese gove rmrnt is
preparing a-seeret exrcUtion.f rfo
bably for Brazil .
The Holu ,W,.-T -.-.i. k
Fvening Post, that this league h defi-
!.. t . ,
nitelv drriiLnd ii niiruin.
itbin-its reach of ami monahi4'!oc40'b b!M??.-'ud.b!.-'.
ratrw thi Aptrn intn T. jl
O ! . . . . ft . -' fl . . I .. .a ' l
Spain, the Sovereigns comnofcini? this
body, are stated to have instructed their
ministers residing in Si'?rand, to re
quire of lb Swjss governments that they
expel all the political refugees f patriots!
in their toeritory,- and furnish hem
with passports t hy for the United States
of America, by way of Bremen and Ham burg
; and that a list of 200 was furnished
Tfr.MHY, iirrr.Miirn 5, in.'t.
Punftf the cm!, at. turner, an4 aitiimiul
noaihi, t hate rtict aa ifiii, J cm,
perature In the ttft'lur. In tha aj.r'.nr;, it M
Utv brfurethe atacm ojKitrdi but there ka
I hi advantage- in it, Uiat aa amm a a,e tim
did rftai tf (nmrr ttM pt hi liii f f,
ithout much frarof )ir Ixii jf rhetied la
(hair, from li f lnmi,Atti-f tit amntir -
t hrre aa arartr rjr f Tjb t jrltf 1 1, J.
thy MiKpWt.oa) to 4 tV of the'vep ruL1t
kiif dotai and Vet we kd no tmcomnMiiily hot
e(hrr. for tt than to n n,t!, p.if
eaiher ha btrn tuiiianattjr pUaMiil 1.04 ort
tlia oil dmy out i f Un I nalxtn iii.fi rJj! ta
jailirrn jf in corn, pK k i aj oit cotion, ke. Ah
thwigti re lukl tany tna, jet they did but Et,
1 1' Injury 1 ton,e ftcUla of eollui, in a ctia
: of counuy atote i.m clalH,rt, .a,iv oftke
j Mit m , ha,mj( brff1i( ,0
j lufll friM, . , ,tt,,
a VI .m
f.rol.i.,tliw.ill be onrbirj Icm colto,,
- i 1. .. ..... 1 . , .1.1 1, .11 ... .
Uts tha )Mlii) la o.iid to ht better than it t
iltt- precid.ig ttun 1. Ihr rcapiclkble price
no giun It. r col'on, hsa induct d n any of wif
- -.v ..,,,....,
C'tmiiig, and biU it g- their cotton lur nmiLrl--
Prorision are guu rally ver) pltniilul. I urn 1
j m II ijf at 24 ctnta in this toiniUcf, 3 to 3)
tcinaj pot j io j, .c.
1 he v!ndof bt urn have not a grratcr poarr
0rr the aty di rp, i(" atiddtnly eLanj.itijf iuj
aittootli, calm autfcv into Uie no4 tt rr ftco m.
J mo ion, ai d aurl!iig i' briny v 'tr u'.t
inountai.il bt.lutt, tlian the ancceMt a aid ilimp.
poiiii;iitiit of tin Kiblniiry utrlJ ,k in rat'
aing ami dt-4' rt i the Impri tf ttun. Io aav
olrratit t)c, hit ciun'mumr ickk a tirtr
Untae tlutti h i (oiiui , fur it it the iikIci of
hialxart i lml a c there mtc dt pit'ed, c kttoW
tuba the h-gituitt.it; otUprmgof na uri. C'uiiiiinf
and tie. filing turn ny di-ut -n blest die' pirate,
)ci tTti-Ir n.'r4iuI"tL".ir lmJa U brtriiytd,"
through all tlic ontractititlcipaiitiih and coo
tortnna cf plitHgnnii,y, by which they may
rntlt-ator to conceal tin. true aUte tf their fetl 1
ing a. t e have alwmy been icnaible of tbeie
tnnhij but never, in the courae ol our whole,
life, have we teen ihttn more forcibly hluat rated,
liian In the aliiiuttg and tergiVertaUon of tbt
partizana in thii Mate of the Mtlkai candcUie
public mintl, ami u i the people doubu.., u
io c Tt KnUlUvM U( hc
U. lore the I
. , '
Co'"'4t"u b ,h '
.. .... ... . L. t . i t a a.
" J " v w ",c tica t-rc luxiraua- lo Coa-
eh-cttiio cf Mo Cra tordj ami cvtn uicr tne f
unre tf the thfr trt fieri retimed fr tfnt tvwn, it- 4
was indiitnouly reported tliat with v.ai the
f"cl ! tsow c" fate, from an und.iputcd
aource, tram u rt.ectkblc men as uX in the
ntrrtirjinnir nl alnnn
lure ott tlitir rrti.ni home, that out of all tit
dtltgaw a el, cted, aay 42 or 4J, 18 were tort'al
boon s first choice, while oniv U were in like
maimer tor Crawford, the balance-being for I
Cra-tiord. Our friends n.ay confidently rel
up, n thr correctnefca of tliia iateiiitiit, aa faraa
it w as posaible to aactMain the sentiment of the
dtltgutes.1 ' ' :
Our readers w ill perceive, by the foreign ln
tellifeice in thia da) 't paper, that our worst tears
for the fate of Spain have been realized, rcr-'
dinand VII. a poor, mist ruble cats-paw of (be .
Hoi) leagut:, lua, for lie tw etiUeth 'irne, pt rjtired .
h msclf, by VHiUting the sacred and solemn .
plt-tUea he gave to remainfaitlitul, to ibe.,f.nM
iminttnance of their liberty bnti aa aoon aa S
chance offered, he baaely turned traitor to hia
country, and joined the foreign rtiinions w ho wero
ent to enslave his subjects! Every Atiierlian,".'
and every friend of the rights of man throttgh
otit the ci ilited world, intial mourn over the un- ,
j happyeondition of Spain. Iter best patriots and
frost enlitrtitt-ned men.win now be sannced v
and murdered, to satiate the vengeful paiwons ....
f monkish xealota and a sanguinary priesthood. .
AlUhe wis- ami g-nl m of-tb tanaiian.a.i.11 N ....
hunted down by the Mood liouhcU of myahy-)
and. ioiornired in the dungeona of the inju',;tl.on
11 . .....
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s travel .'a letter irom iietti; . wuii" -
command of the V. S. achr. Ferret, dated St.
Jago de Cuba, states, that tn American brigbtd
been, captured by pirates, and carried into a port
in' the Wan4 f Coba j that pe ir&rm-ciia'tt ly '!"
'td for the harbor where the brig lay, and found
her completely stripped of every Udrg ihtf,
could be removed, and not a. soul on 'boards
lieut. D,.iuppoaa tba craw bad all Iwen aiur