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Pursuant io public no Le, meeting
the filendt of Ueticral Jackson wat hcl
I the Court hnuiO it) Ihfl (own ftf IttlUbo
rough, on the evening of the 1 8' I) Inst
Col. Sam'l. Child wat appointed chairman
end Mjor John Taylor "at tppolnteti
Secretary, The meeting being organized
the following preamble, end resolutlor
, Were submitted by A. 0. Murphy, lCq
ana unanimtuili adopted, vis I
, Whereat the approaching election oi
' president of the Untied States U one o
rreat nd neculur importance, not onl
a retp ! and foreign poli
.... cy, out aito our national cnaracter i an
1 " li 1f TthTm4 "prTfjjf rj1 ttiai the Tnirfmov
distinguished for his talent public ter
r flees and devotion to hie country and wh
, stand first in Iht affection of bit fellow.
citizens, thould be placed at the head o!
the, government! and whereat it i le
lieved, by the members of thia meeting
that of the severel eminent men to whom
- the public attention it now directed
. Candidate! for the "presidency, Genera
Andrew Jackson ia moat distinguished for
.'those services which entitle him to the.
gratitude of hi country, and for those
talenta and qualities which, al this criai
cflhe political world, are required in the
chief magistrates of the American nation.
Henlvea I hat whilst the members ol
this meeting admire the talents and the
hope duly aavreciate the virtues and nub
lie services of the other candidates for the
presidency of the United States, they are
of opinion that General Andre w Jackson
superior ciaira to we lavor Oi nia
country, and they will tUDDort bis elec
. Uon to the presld
They prefer him for thii high office,
because he was a soldier of the revolu'ion;
one o( that band or men, whose like we
shall never tee again; men who fought
that Rood fight which won our indepen
dence, and rave us a place among the
nations of the earth.
Tbey prefer him, because he his pro
tected our frontiers from savage cruelty,
and in the late war with Ureal Britain
. advanced the renown ef his country", by
closing that war in a blaie of dorr.
They prefer him, because he belongs to
Bo particular section or the union; net
. ther to the north nor lo tbe south, to the
cast nor to the west. It ia true he reaidet
beyond the mountains; but he lives and
has.hit borne in the bear and affections
or his fellow citizens, whether on the con
fines of Canada or of Mexico, of the At
lantic ocean or the western limits of tbe
They pr Car him, because his energy
ana inirrpim oi cnaracter suit the pre
- lent crista of the political worlds when an
unholy combination ol kings and empe
rors has laid low the standard of civil lib
-J erty on the continent of Europe,-and evin
ced, their intention or extending their ef
for. to the continent of America, "''
. And believing that in all things relating
to our domestic and foreign policy, he
'will dUrharge the duty of president of
the United State with ability, imprtlali
tyJi'mness uhd integrity, they invite
their ?eirow7nirniTauntte-whh then in
supporting his election-
And whereas, to forward the views and
carry into effect the wishes of this mee
ting as to the approaching election of
president of the United Sutes, it i neces
sary that a committee be appointed to
correapond with persons in the different
. elertorahjjstrict of this atate, and to unit i
with them nfrecdmmendinjj to the peo
ple suitable person to he voted for on the
second Thursday of November next, as
electors ; Feiolved, that such a commit
tee be appointed for this electoral district
On motion of Robert M'Cauley, Esq.
it was Rcotvrdi that Maj. John Taylor,
and A. D. Murphy, Eiq. of Orange coun
ty, William .M'Kissick, Eq. of Person
county, and Gen. Joseph H. Biyan, of
Granville, be requested to act as. mem
bers of tbe committee for the electoral
district composed of tbe said counties.
. On motion or Doct. Thomas J. Faddis,
It was Feioh'fd, that the proceedings of
this meeting be signed by the chairman
and secretary, and published in the Hills
borough Recorder, and that the editors
of other newspapers in this state be re
' quested to publish them. ' - : s '
:CXhe meei'mg then adjourned.
Jons Tatios, Secretary.
A writer in New York paper, speak
ing oFthe InsuflldenrTirancTirnrtiirli
the street lanips were lighted, says,
Five-and-twenty full grown lightning
bugs would have stared them all out of
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.On Thursday last, John Johnson, eon
Vieted at the N"? w York Quarter Sessions,
f b murder of Jamrs Alurray, received
. ' sentence . of death. When the Clerk in
quired if he had any thing to say, he re-
plied, M l am not the man that committed
T taking him from the Dir, offered to sup
"port bim, he .said,"Vlh the utmost indlf
ference, Praised be God, I am strong
enough yet." He is sentenced to. be
, handed on the 6 rat of April, and hi) body
to be delivered over to the surgeons for
nwfta ink r.nvr..
Yesterday the Prrii.lent of the United
States presented to Generl Jckon lha
Cold Medal, heretofore foted to kim by
Congrcsa, for his galUnt defence of No
Orleans. At hlf pt II o'clock, Gen.
Jackson, attendadby Mr LIingston, of
the House af Representatives, who had
ren one of hit aids-de camp at New
Means, and Judge Tod, entered the
aret circular room of the President's
House, where were the Secretaries of
Siate, War and Navy, and a number of
visiters attending to witness the cere
-nonf. The President then presented to
'he General tho Medal, with the follow
in address ' '
Ci'tatt JieiM i fn eomrilianca with s re
oln'ion ofCon-reaa, on lb 27th of Fe'iKury,
nS, t prearm tu you tlitt nieitit, 'is tretiwtm
urnl of tlta high fn4 cnteruined, by t!tt Vxb.
a yourfallaiit and fxl coiKluct, in the dileuc
4 New Orleans, at that important epoefi, and
'specially in the eery brilliant actton of Um ttth
of January. . In tho prrfjriflanca of Uija (Jj, I
recollect, with profound niitfr, th d'gr
r!ikh then menaced that city, and the whole of
the country depen lent on the M.ii, ml
th j1rrioo exploit by which tliey wero m ird
from it. Aa inenrwiMt by a powerful arinr of
veteran trout), commanded or s grnrrai of ex
perience, who had rained renown in piii,mil
a airong appeal to the ptrtotiMB) of alia nation.
rbe rtaou eihibited an (Sample of devotion to
the public wclrare, which will forever he ditiu
lialied in the annala of otir t'nion. I'hc aUcri.
tv with which our fellow-citnen of tl nciafla
boring Htatea, In ohediem f to the call of their
rovernment, flew to th defenea of tneir court
try, prove that they are willing and ready to
encounter every rtang-r, ami mk every aacn.
fice in aupport of our KcpuhUrao ayatcm. I be
hare with which you repaired to that ration,
and organized the force collected there i the
firmneaa with which yoi received the attack,
and th ancce with which vnu reielled it. with
a much inferior farce, a rrrat part of which cn-
miMc4 ot olnnUr and militia, are il.tin,inl.- I
proof of your rairiitian and rallaotn. aa well
at your judgment in action.
To which Crner.il Jackaon replied t
8ta Reeeivinr thia emhlem of the annroha.
tion of mv coiintrs-, from ytm, wlio wrre an rrti
cienl ami active agent of otir (iovrrii iieni in
tliote at-eti. ii.f dihicuhy and danger to hicli it
rriera, girea me peculiar pieire. It liriig to
mv rccollrction. on the tecain of war twimr
aoonoeo, mat patriotic antor which brmight
voluntahlr to the field five tliooam.l oftlie brave
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yeomanry of our country, to eunpurt its eaiflea,
and to protccf our frontier, from the ruhlca
savage, and the inmrula of a British I. It the
name ot tnoae patnotic uffii-t na.i.l a..ldi,.r l.n
o bravely aecondetl my viewa in the day of bat
tie, of privation and neriL and who
to bring about -the bppy remlta to which you
rvn r, receive uia euiDictu of anDmbat.im.
ich the repreaentative of mv country, in Con.
grtas asaemhled, have conceived me wortln to
poattH. t hat at a period the mmt critlcid and
alarming, I ahould have been the humble meana
io nai-momae lite diacordant materiaia of every
nation and tongue, and ao to unite them, aa to
make a aocct ast'il defence of the city ol New
(Meana, against aaupcrior, well-organised, vete.
ran force, and to Dreacrve it from pollution and
ravage by an infuriated Britiab aolderv. ia re-
mm..". r mm v r imv yi - . -l.
my Gte. - Thii emblem eemtnda nc of the, irra.
titude we ahould feel to a kind Providence for
tltoae happy rrvulta. May you pas through,
and retire from, the adminiatratioo of the govrn
ment with the full approbation ofyourcinintry
that haa hitherto accompanied you. May rou
be bleaaed in retirement with aJI the eomfort
heaven can beatowi ami, a hen Ufa is finished,
be raiacd to a happy immortality beyond the
At the same time, the President pres
ented aUkctnecULlQ Judge Todd, as t he
representative, or agent, of Governor
SAriy, of Kentucky, in consideration of
the gallant conduct of the Governor in
the capture by the troops under General
Harrison, or the British army in Upper
Canada, in tbe fall of 1814.
.. The friends of John Qoincv Adams
have held a meeting In Norfolk, to pro
mote his interest in Virginia. But the
Petersburg Republican sa? s that all ef
forts to divert the Electoral vote of Vir
ginia from Me. Crawford, sil be worse
than useless! Mr. Crawford is sure of
the undivided voice of 'he electoral col
lege of Virginia ; but when the election
goes before the House of Representatives,
where Mr. Crawford will be drofified on
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the first ballot, Virginia, notwithstanding j
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i no aaarnmn so pompously man, will 1
be found rallying round tbe standard or !
A Patriot in diitreiKn American
Revolutionary Officer, Major Swan, (of
Boston, It Said to be in the prison of St.
Pelogif ,,in France, for dent," and hat been
there fifteen years. A New-York paper
propose; Inthiaiage of liberalijy; termite
a subscription and procure tbe discharge
of this old compatriot in arms of Ls Fay
to his country.
v . From a New-York paper.
Engltth Law! To burn house of
which the criminal ia tenant at will, is
capital, but, if be has s lease, it is only
misdeltieanor. To wound cattle ia a cap
ital crime to.woundla man is only a miscie
roeanor. A comedian, who performs in a
theatre royal, is a reputed person ; but if the
tame comedian plays the same character
? i,i ivimauu, ii,iiuuuiii K"
tleman of large property may hunf bn'ttic
ground of a man of t mall property, while
the man of small property , may not hunt
or! hi ohm ground. Peers and Members
of Parliament cannot be arrested for debt.
jut their treditort may J . " ' ,
Ins rno.)r evjiom.
HIW-VORt. ktaac-il 11.
T,1 thearrival cf tins al.li, I'll. .t..it. t
a aavsrom Havre, the editors of th
New Yoi DaiU Advert!
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ed thrir et of pari papers to the 80th
oi r corta-y,
Tho ajounts from Spain represent the
country p do in a utf unsettled state
I be Cortituilonalirtt, at Barcelona, wii
perhaps l upon the soldiers of the Faith
uniest ify are marched away, -The
couriers are been stopped on the road
" -nH aim isiaoriii ; and there
arc repo or disturbances and meditated
InsurrccDv, tr-H .. r . ., ,
killed.", fhe king has recently sup
pressed allttn journals in Madrid, except
one and the circumstances, in tonnes
i'W'in pwklsf i4nerav whow thai the
eminent is latuiug under unusual diffi
cuhiet and apiehensions. It is repor
ted that an Eng,h mn of war has lakes
a Spanish ship-with a large amount of
specie, as aetutll for her rOarjt.
1 In France! Iwtlpar ies arc occupied In
'lecM'iiieeeing. 'he funds, observes the
Journal liu t'omtrtrce, mlht have been
no .a i;ool as thie of.Lraxland, but for
me wr in Spain tout the xiniatry have
done asea af wii the money. England
it represco'cd, y the sane- paper,' at
having great adpM'ges bf refusing to
inlet meddle iil the war, ind altpping
in Iresh in the oUe, wi'h 8 unimtrrup
ted (ornntrrce.nd sleping in, at once,
to the full and vt exi lusitaj enjoyment
of the South A"'rai lad.
The Jourfta'u ' ommtrct, of the 30th
Feb. mention the speech of Mr Web
ster, on tbo irerk queatiom as one re
inafk ib.'e fo'iisenergf and el -qurnce j
nd gives our or two ahort extract. Il
ilao tort i ails (he uioiion md in ("on
gresa, tn We the Marquis La Fayette
viit thi United St
I he 1 i intelligence from Greece,
the slate of the country, and
the spirirf the people, as still more flat
tering thy before.
I re!an continued to be disturbed by
Whiiehojam.. Many outrages are de
A murjmv recently arrived in Franre,
from Kgtst. which apptara to be that of
a Priocesi of the race of Pharoehs, who
hud been hried 2700 ,eai. In the tame
iiux was ai emhulmcd Cat, to indicate the
person Wat of high rank.
An insirrrrtion is said toliave shown
itself in Etreniadura : and great agitation
was apparent it) Andalusia.
Tis oRttKs awn -ruizs.
The Acahurg Gazette contains intel
ligence fmm Smyrna to the 19th of Janu
ary. The Turkish squadron fitted out at
C onstantinople, to afford sncrour to Smyr
na, had.been rtestroyer1 by a tempest in the
w;ih joy. Five friiateyand ix brig
stranded. The Turks regard this event
a a chastisement from Hraven. and they
had not been guilty of any acts of violence
to the Greeks-in consequence. The
Greeks had become maatert of t he Gulph.
The Turks considered there was no long
er any security in the waters of the Ar
chipelago. Col. O 'Call .gun, Aid to Gen. Mina,
Jhas been to Havre, to engage an Ameri
can vessel to carry YhTGeneriraftd TiUit
from ('owes to South America.
A London piper reports, that the house
of Ludolpk Von Wolffen, Hamburg, has
failed for tboul 30 0"0. sterling.
The London Globe mentions that the
respectaMe house or William and James
Levin, his stopped payment
-.TheDtke or Bordeaux, son or the
Durhess rtf Berri, now aboutour years
old, has an establishment af four Gentle
men of H nor, five Aids, a Colonel of the
staff. mui iarea Secretaries! a legitimate
Important .In looking over our file of
the Paris Journal du Commerce, we have
found the following extract, ef a le'ter
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from Marseille of Dec. 34, t the editor,
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containing me louiwing ninf mauon ret
stive to the growing or cotttn in Egypt
It will doubtless have an important bear
ing oh our commerce iA.pork Gaz.
" air : it oeiongs to youi Journal to
notice a revolution which isbout taking
puce m one ot the most important
branr hea ofjur commerce
" Four jrears since, a frenchman na
med Ju tn e I, conceived the ilea of attempt
ing the growing of Braiilotton in Egypt",
and it has completely jucceeded. The
Pacha has ordered .ts growth to be exten
rietf on-th largee!-aWern4 4tas further
directed that thiynew produrtion thould
in future be called 41 Jumel Cotton." I he
second yer;therop amounted to 100,000
killogramtt tie third to twenty timet as
much; andhierw a re. -at ihia-,;mcut at
the Lataictfo of Marseilles 400 i.
(about 60i000 killograms) for con sump
lion. I Itre it at large a quantity at the
Laurettoti 6'F "Iae'gornn'd"Triesterafrd'
letters frtjn the most respectable source
state thatihe crop this year will exceed
Bcafcelyjind to iti4actias the
Pacha intinds to extend (he ctilturij the
sources p the Nile.
M The quality of this cotton, (classed
with the long tuple) is perfect ; and if a
little whiter and cleaner would entirely
supercede that of Pcrnarabuco and Louis;
iani. It frcliaUc Ihal Mir r.Uhuff.t j
rcrs will prefer ii, especially at itt j;iet
alun!anre will make the price very low.
What effect will thit have on our com
mercial rclatlont with the U. States f
I iina Irmma I lila lmrw,rtnl aoloorl In
the consideration of tour readers manu
facturert and merchants."
Th Editor of t Homing Chronicle kaabeen
favored with the foUoalng extract of a letter,
received by a gentleman ia this city, dated
taovna, tit. 19, 1134.
for tbe lost of two sloops of war not long
since, Borne of lha most distinguished
personages of this country (vl. Gene
fits Bet niudti
-mm Pasfffc inii KflltKlslttsll xsfsl
. The trial lasted several
days, when the commodore wt honor
bly acquitted. Gen. Paes stood up be
fore the court, and In an elegant speech,
depicted the glorious exertion of the de
fendant, in gaining and confirming the
liberty of Colembi and as the gallant
commodore "had done the state some
mi vice," be was proposed as admiral in
chief of the naval forces, amidst the reit
crated oUudits of the audience After
this triumphant acquittal, splendid enter
tainments were given him by the most
distinguished families in Caraecas. The
last fete was a ball given by Daniels him
self, in return for the numerous honors
conferred on him I do not remember
to have witnessed a more magnificent dis
play of wealth and luxury i th profusion
of superb decorations, the variety and ele
gance ol the costumes, the air alive with
the breath of lutes and trumpets, the
M bevy of fair women richly gay," and
the number of illustrious personages as
sembled, presented a spectacle of which
no Idea could be formed, except from the
enchanting pictures ef oiienul romance.
The rooms were decorated with festoons,
patriotic emblr mt. and luxuriated in every
nciful vatiety of carved work. They
were most splendidly illuminated an at
mosphere of golden light set tbe minutest
objrrts in clearest' vision before the eye of
he spectator, and Urge mirrors reDectea"
the tnagical scene in indefinite multipli
The Commodore has generously given
up to government all his wtges, and the
services of his own vessel in this coun-
ry i thun emulating those heroes,' whose
noble action enrich hiatory to us, by
opening such varied and delicious vistas
lo our gate, beneath the range ot its lot
laora rna aanaaai aiSiTT.
We are indebted to- W
ruwmg extract ot a letter just eccived and
dated Mexico, Jan. 28th, 1824.
" " I enclose you a;proclamtioo of the
government, by which you will see thai we
have had a terrible tumult in this city,
wnicn lastea teveral nay, ano only enced
yesterday. It was commenced by gen
Lobato. with a view to induce the con
gress to change the ministry, and put the
Kuropeana out of office. He however,
oon found his error, and submitted with
the greater part of his nflkers, when the
rurrts were taken up by other St who ob
stinately refused to succumb, and were
happily made prisoners to the number of
twenty two. Among these were three
colonels, and as many lieutenant colonels.
Several of the prisoners were condemned
to death last night, and pardoned to day,
when thev were on the point of being ex
ermed. All, however, is now quiet, and
as congrest will undoubtedly chsnge the
people al the head of the government, we
may again hope for tranquillity. These
occurrences have retarded the departure
of the convoy of money for Alvarado.
Extract of a letter, dated Bueno Ayrea, Janu
ary zo, itu.
The political state of Peru is very un
settled. Riva Aguero, having declared
himself an enemy to the Congress, was at
Truiillo with 4,000 men and Bolivar
was going against him. The Spaniards
were strengthening themselves, and prob'
ably will be too powerful for the Patriots
1 he only hope, (and one that is gener
ally entertained and expected,) is, that
these Spanish Generals, La Serena, Can
terac and Valdex, will declare themselves
independent of Spain, and keep the gov
ernment tn their own hands."
Ambittnador from Bueno Aurei.K let-
ter from Buenos Ay res of the 7th of Jan
uary, states that Gen. ATvera has been
appointed by that government as Ambas
sador to me united states. He was to
have left Buenos Ayren in the month of
January for the U. States, via, England
Manilla. k proclamation in Spanish,
recently received from Manilla,) without
date, signed by Juan Antonia Martinez,
Captain General of the Philipine Islands,
by which it appears that a part of the
raised the stanio
the object of rendering the Islands inde
pendent of Spain but they were quickly
put down, and Novates, and Ruiz, another
eader, and twenty of their followers, were
A mrt;ig(,f tLn citiacn .f rajeltevlUe,
lirLI on the 2ih tilt, to Coni.er th pmprln.
of mrmnrialiaing Congrra against th r,aiM.,
of th tariff hilt, now before that body h,'
tti following revolutions cr adootedi
littriurl a the oj'itifoti bf thit ntect
Ing, that the prowled Tariff of duties I
fnniriff In llm at.irll i,t I K. .!....
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iiieipcuicni, unjust, ana unequal q (
operational mat u I calculated and Inteq.
ded to foster one branch of Industry at th
expense of all others that It would t
ruinous loour agriculture and commerce
lU4li4 will diminlah the rtvf A.w-. p-.'
!.! I J! . . .. t - .i. m
poaikionoi wtrcci laiawoii jor nt) sunno
thereof and that a wise and sound poli
I uii fit anwrwe i Xlfcsal a aSXafag L. J.
ted to draft a memorial to Congress et
pressing the opinions and views of tkig
meeting a copy of which they are fa.
quested to transmit to each of the Sena
tors snd Representatives from thit Stat t
Ktiotvfd, That said committee be al
so a committee of correspondence, who
shall send t copy of these resolutions to
each of the towns In thit State and soli
cit their co-operation in .the measure
adapted in )hi meeting.
Paris J. Tillinghasti C. P. Mallctt, Jat.
Townet, John Hutke, Duncan M'Rae,
Etquiret, were appointed the committee.
At the same meeting, resolutions were
pssted, and a committee appointed to
draft a memorial to Congress, respect
fully requesting that an Armory or Ar
senal, or either of them, be erected in the
town of Ftyetteville.
TIIE CHEAT STEAM BOAT QUESTION.
THw eauao recently decided in the g.
preme Court of the United States, is of
tuch paramount interett to the country,
that we thould copy tne whole of th
Opinion of the Court on it, ware we not
prevented by itt great length. The ori
ginal anion wat brought tinder a Stat
law of New York, giving to Messrs. IJ,-
ingston and Fulton the tole ute an! ma
mpoly of all the waters within that Stat.
for navigation by Steam, to the exclusion.
of all pervms not acting under their right,
itb heavy penalties and 'forfeitures n
cases of infringement and violation, Tie
cause has passed through its different sta
ges, from the lowest court in New-York,
where it has been uniformly derided ia
conformity to the State Law, until tt Ttat
reached tbe highest judicial tribunal of
the nation, been solemnly and deliberate
ly agreed and considered, and conclusive
ly decided against the constitutionality of
the Lw. The principle thus appears to
be established, that the navigable waters
of every state are the common highway
of all citizen of the. UobautJluUs, and
that all vessels or boats sailinr uruia..
coasting license have a light to t ravers
them, whether moved by steam, hone,
wind, or any other powerAnd tbe au-
thority of the United States, to rejjutaia
commerce among the several States."
notwithstanding the right of any State to I
pass "laws to regulate their domestic
trade and police," is declared to M extend
within the limits or every State or the
Unian." The opinion was delivered &v
( hief Justice Marshall, the 2d Feb. intf
occupies 8 columns or small type in th
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intelligencer tia. uy Uax.
At sun-rise on Friday mornine t2tk
ult. the convicts in the State Prison, Bos
ton, attempted to revolt. They rushed
upon the officer who had the keys, and
threatened his life, in order to obtain them.
but failed.' Order was not restored until
detachment ol MajorWainwriebVi
marines was brought up to the prison.
NOTICE TO PENSIONRU9-.
We are requested to state for the in
formation of the Pensioners nf the United
States, that aa Congress hss made the ne
cessary appropriation, funds for paying
them are in readiness. All, therefor,
who are on the pension list may now ap
ply to the respective agents in the states
where they reside for their semi annual
stipends. ' Uathington. Refiub.
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY.
- Wm. W. Woolsey, Treasurer of th
American Bible Society, received during
the month of January, the sum of 82084
SO cts. The issues from the depository
during the ssme period, were 1595 Bihles
and 127 i Testaments, valued at 8 1783
and 84 cents. -
A liberal Sentiment. Kt the 4th. of
in Uoston, a
gave as a
tOHSt, "Health and happinest
to the Cravfforditeit and success- to tbe
ttp was lortnajrr irrtmw.-
tion the re-establishment of the Inquisi
tion in Spain, as being a Tribunal incom
patibla with.;the present, eiiiighiened age
The Bishop' and Inquisitors are highly
mortified. TVerj good, for mtiohel
-The London. Morning Chronicle as
uons to opaip lor tne acRnowieugMic
of the' Independence of South-Arnerie
and that the Duke of San Carlos has been
appointed to proceed to London to open
negocution on this subject.
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