tot I AM t MCA,
W.f o'tl'nh 1-Jy, f rt
crlicl l.f ltj lito-.t f Espitts, Cspuln
lliuof, J,tla papers U OtwJjr fih.
loeWUta. The dVuil of Colivar't
rf la Ttni It too Iwipfirtani, both, poll
tally tn af at r crO commerce, to aof
fr mi puUkstr to Lo postponed.
, r.u. ffj.fiu.t.Oit.ii.
Rlt l VoJtrdate af the tav nth of l Is
cclleMf tbt Vnu ,aiW
' eevtri at twttrttr astttaO
w - AufMif, 1124 3
' TV A A0W.r CmrtffiXtMd iff
Uf lt command of kit Ecrl!ncy the
UUfilOf, I havt tbt ISWsfaClMt to tO
tuxinc lo you that yesterday t( 1st la
tbt eucrwooft, tb Spanish ennytxpart
eoced dreadful humiliation on tbt plains
or Juntn, two tod a lull leagues iron
Oil place, . Tlit cavalry on which iht
twn( ptlnclpally relied foe ihe tubjtc
lion of Ptm under tbt Spanish jolt, nil
Uea beaten la tuch manner, that It will
" i tuA tJn pre seal liaelf oa the field
lln ticetlcncr, Wormed thai the on
my badtpproecbed Jorlhettorpottof r
cincturing at with tKt wholt of their
h.-c united, begsn to march Uk tht
liter' in g army from Conoceoche, with
the determination of bringing then to
drtiUvt action, lo too meantime, tb
enemy, who bed advanced ti br tt Fee
co, retraced tbclr ikh by lf4 march
et. In conscuerwt of tbt notkt they bad
received of tN direction which our army
bed taken. Hit excellency reckoned op-
on forri.g i Mm to t renersl engagement
bt ptacLg himself In the mr on iht
rota which they mail have ttktn towards
Jauja j but tbt prttipitttt haste vita
hicb iber mtrcbed caablcd them to
reach, tnd even lo past, tbe point la
whki t should have ttttcked tbem
aetcral hour before our trmj, bkb had
t. long journey to perform through
rough tnd uneven Iract of country could
comt up- Upon ihit bit cicclleocr, ob
tervinf iKti the enemr Toullnoed their
retrett without intermlioo, tnd cooUl
rirg on tbetr btod tbtl tbt opportu
riijr' of rtlctdnf (bit unrvrluDitt land
from opprettioo, tnd of deciding tbt fate
of tbe country, bad etcaped him, deter
rrrincd to advance In person with the ca
T.lit, wbicb wt under iht command of
the intrepid central Nccochea, tt t trot,
tnd lo poat I. in Iht very plain which wat
. occupied by tW r-i ,w
. -Twey perceived u, they "would have aval
led tbemaelvet of tbe opportunity of grati
fytnjr, their deurtt, or thtt viewing the
inferiority of our ctvtlrr, they would
Iwiird an action lotave the whole of their
rnuntrv. The cvant anawered lhe ax
pectationa, for, through blind confidence
. in ibeir cavalry, the enemy charged our
horte ia t tituation very diudvtntageout
to us-, 'The ahock of these two bodies
vat tremendous t tnd tt the end, tfter
different conflicts, in which both parties
setPietVto obtain tbt advantage, the eno
tdv's ctvalrjr, thouRh superior in number
tnd belttr'noMied than ours, wat put in
to confustpri beaten tnd drivtqUck with
slaughter t the filet of thelorantry,
which, durii the action, had cootinued
i: murch lovLrds. Jauja, tnd was many
lejRiiesfromthe field when the battle
waa decided- (Our cavalry hat evinced a
couraee, which my pen it unable to ex
press, and wKTcbcan only bt conceived
by rrvertinj; to the aeca of chivalry.
'1 bo result of this brilliant battle has
been two hundred and thirty-five dead on
the field, among whom were icn chiefs
tod officers, more than eighty prisoners,
.... Maw ttiifw!l- snri tin inhmtaH
number disDersed. More than three
ag. Klli ttt fill WVUUWww awavwa oh
hundred well equipped hortet hive been
taken, tnd the held is covered with every
description of spoil.
The loss on our tide in killed and
wounded is but sixty i -among tbe former,
captain Urbina of the hdtse grenadiers of
Colombia, and lieutenant Cortes or the
frrt rrpiment of-lM Clffalry of Perui
among the latter brigadier general Ne
cochei With seven wounds, none of which
tre dungerous; colonel Ctrbajal oflbe
horse grenadiers of CoTombia, - the com
rt. -ndmu Sobeivi of the second division
of the regiment 9f Peru, major Philip
Brum end captain Pertxa, both of tbe
cavalry of Colombia. The first tnd two
last aliehtly, but the second rather severe
In nf lK root lkjir arA.Tr.vt JaJatltyer A
The wj.r ot Peru would nave been con
eluded v stefdav, II the enemyl tnfaniry
had not continued its march, without
ceasing, at a rapid, pace, and if ours had
been able to fly as w e must have done to
have reached them, because all burned
with the deaire of destroying their ene-
They .have taken warning by experi
nA their terror' is so treat, that
since yesterday morning they have not
ceased marching, nor even ourwg
Tomorrow the army will continueTu
bperationsv and I flatter myself that I shall
very soon date my communications to you
from the volley oi Jauja.
I !,-e !' ' t-'l
Vmt in Kiillil ''I '"''
l tt It it I' I'-. f.
. t if a i tf.f.i,;l
0 . lull
I...4 ,.f lU l.S I. mH mhh !
tb.ir o,-pesioit,tn1i.l Wlingivv tfTr
It iKt opprt.wd Kt ttautlful plilni in
wl.Uk lit ofttlous Itse f ltjMy b
rtun. in l ho who fctvt lonuef
ors (or fUirieeea ytrt, UI M Usvt
tkttt bum.lUied InhaUtifttN wliboul
bringing lo their rtcoIUetU lb rimis
wkUb they bad committed la U Um of
lilt tic ellency wl.Ktt that votj woj.14
ptoHt aai tuthu'l'Usof Iht eoiiMf y.
iiioMAf tR iirjr.it, .
' STfUrj Urn lri4
A letter from Panama tayii MVetr
dirt msrcbtd h hett 20O0 man, tasking
la iht wholt about 000 they roskt Pa
airet appear tomewkit martial. Tbt
three thousand taea tbot raentiooed art
moU liktlf I boat landed at Umo By
by (ommodort Danlclh dtsUotd to rt in
farct JloUvtr. They lll tnablo the
Ubcratof 14 uitU affair In Pim, ibould
there bt any thing for tbem lo do oi their
Among tbt curiosities exhibiting tt
Hirtcillct, Is a rlanl named Mirtln Rtf
boga, bo it 7 feet S Inches la height,
with Socle peoportiofted chest, hands, ind
Ihigbt. His strength, It appetrt, Is pro
dlglout, for ha brtikt with facility a msr
bks slab Into plccta, by a alnglt blow with
bis nakad nsu lit It tn Italian by una,
tnd tbt descendant of GigU, whom DufTon
bat honoured with a notice In his Natural
lUa; J'aru I'afur.
We tcarcely meet with an EngHah ar
tklt written on tbt Navy wbicb does not
squint across the Atlsniie. We hope, it
til events, while these writers irt growl
ing their discontent tnd calculating on
iht frmldablt tppeannctof Ameri
can navy, thtt no retrenching system on
our psrt will blast Ibeir terrific calcula
tions. While England la giving wt fuM
credit for doing to rch, it it no lima for
us lo remain ldl, or lo do worse than no
thing. Economy consist In t just cslcu
Utlon of tbe vtlue of tbe object tnd the
memt by which ii Is lo be accomplished.
When til tbe powert of Europe ert tn-
larvlnr their naval establishments, end
thost of the members of iht Holy Alli
ance also, it it done for the purpose of
paying ihie western world a SfianUh visit.
We learti by the last arrival, that hit Ot-
fQfDfjQ ftta) tt aataafaatfMta O a 4taaVw ttU titWea
Lreck popuiatiofi in Egypt,'and lo trans
plant the Egyptians to the Morea. A' vt
ry prtcticablt projectbut wt wui tup-
. . . . ....
pose thai tbe Egyptians, in consequence
of this change of country, tbe consequence
of respiring the atmosphere of freedom,
should inbtle the spirit of freedom also,
what ii to bt done in aucb a juncture of
circumstances; Shall tbe whole popula
tion, In tuch in event, bt trantporttd back
tgaia to Egyp ' Tbt shorter wiy, and by
far tbe most correspondent to Turkish
ideas of benevolence and humanity, would
be to extinguish the wbote Grecian and
Egyptian population together, call the
whole race rebels and traitors tt once, and
these art crimes which can only be pun
ished by Turkish tcymettrt. Machitvel
recommends poison to the special notice
tnd tttention of kings, whenever a sub
ject becomes troublesome and refractory,
for this oithv tnd sententious reason it
saves the trouble, expenses tnd hatard of
a condemnation, and oead men can tell no
tales- We presume that there is nothing
in the koran hostile to such a liberal inter
pretation of the righlt of legitimate dee
polistn' Ball Am.
Ft tht Ltndn CUb and Traveller.
Zesjft XV 1 II, h a person who puzxled
extremely the writert of characters no-
thlnr it leu to be reconciled thin hit
course of Government, i,nce nl r'ort
tion. with anv system, with any purpose,
with any passion, even first tppearancet
would indicate, with the passion tor ctse
Th Instruments and Diana of tdminutra
linn 'were continuallv chaneed. New
batches of Peert were created time after
time to effect directly opposite purposes
" ' ; .I.t B
The Ultra Rovalist Chamber whlcn ha de
clared introuvable, wts dissolved, and a
distribution of the elective franchise made
to give the new interests, and the people
at larire an influence in the legialature ;
and no sooner wis this work accomplish
n. and the chamber of deputies hat be
(tun to assume a national independent
UiMtf xhm i w imtrny d,- in Ordc
to bring the representation again to in
trouvable model which had. been declared
so incomparable, and found to dangerous.
Tbe toluaon teemt to be that be relied
upon ministers, and that bis ministers
could not rely upon him ; that so long as a
minister remained in office, he had full
nnair to Dursue his personal viewa ! but
the fickle character of the King seemt to
have made the existence of a ministry as
precarious as its sway, photeni pof wa
Among the political rumours, there wts
nv. ih, nnrW thn sanction of the Duke
HI I VII 4"V. - .
-foiAngoulcrne, eflbrta were making to el-
( i si'
I .trntt 3 t' I-
t '-' 'il
V li I La .
l,,U4 tht tf -f Kilkenny
alvti,,bf if.tsiwllirumUs In !
I,rl. 11,irti'nf ef aHctHrt t mounts
innyiliMoJJOAMiSttdrwt a Huinngw
thai sul UesprJH ktre It It rla.
Tt.li line. amotf a'htr (iuii of !
dUlreils la Irtl-nd. ' AnotJy csust of
iht mlirics of t lswv t lt m
by iheUcats, rt their loflatnct es
kIi. i ma HJ liiUt r iu rot4c
.MrtkaVitsr art pr.vt.ud frmW
nulrlnt saorrtd kaoaledft of taiU duty
to tbtmstWH and their Cod. Duilll
ptoplt tra aVdrslious of laslrucilom t
truM list the fw HI bresk throuzh tbt bar
rltrttf ioptiitib and Wgouy which
btvt Uea raised br tktlr owe wane eoe-
mUs to keep ihtfi laljnorsnct. Aires
if has tbt tlrtuUloei of TtsUmtnu la
tkt IrUh languid imoag the Catholic
lohaUUftia, ttroductd aotat salutary el
facts, and Individual iaitiftcci of toover
slot) art atmtrous. Tbt Rev. J. Vilo
la a tetter dated U-nte, Jeiy 15th, uys,
u la a country cooublng ttven millioas
of Inhabitant e, tht miotiif of whom are
in a tttta af Iht grosaest darttest lo spir
itual lhltr,wbllt tbe plots man rejoices
over tome, brought Into the mirviltoat
light of Iht tosptl, tnd Indulges a plea
ting hope of several more, who teem
to bt trtMlliflg towards ibis light ytt he
cannot but weep aver the vau multitudes
who Mill u til in t'srkness, and in iba sha4
ow of death." Vct lDrrt something like
M i shaking astong the dry bones," on an
txttosivt k and, as I rtmarkedin t
rtctAt munkaU, tiimbtt It
grtat, t art seeking Informstiofl.
oi Ajm yir.-Wt art Informed
that Mr.rvrJarw.ofiht Navy Depart
ment, intends shortly o puUih to tu
iheniU Journal of the CruiKt of this once
celebrated toromander, during the Revo
lutionsry )Var. This Journal, shift
Mr. Sherbtne hss nowJiy! poes-oi,
wrhten bv the HonRv'a IM, (at
present iht; N Oflker ti Portsmouth,
New-Iiaenphlre, wbo was one oi m
Lieutenints, his conBdentUI friend, and
the ordfTurvhing oflker that sailed with
him durkix bis cruises,) and under tbe
immediate inspection of Capt. Joas,iml
contains every occurrence that look place
from day lo day also, the Lorrespon
denct betteen them, and a correct List
of our Nivy,ln 177a, '77, "71, 79, and
'80 the names of the ships, where built,
rates, and commanders names, fcc.
6W Fortune The New York States-
man of Saturday ssys, we are informed
that fenect HowUnd, of Wtshington, D.
C. in old bachelor, tnd Miss Wtrd, who
it his housekeeper, drew tbe &90.000 in
the last Literature Lottery. Neither of
them haa an apology lor remaining long
er ia a suit of - single blessedness."
PcmartakU drcvmttanceMr. Shore,
the opulent, miller at Nottingham, purcha
sed, 16 years ago, a valuable draught
horse, which from that period to the hour
of his death (which happened a few days
aince) wsi never known like other horsra.
to lie down.. When not at work he would
stsnd and sleep, and in this poiilon never
fell down but once. One of the legs of
this valuable horse wss lately observed to
have been broken, owing it is supposed
to his hsvisg fallen down asleep iih hi
teg under him. To end his miseries, his
worthy owaer ordered him to be shot.
INI A ntw-rM .
It has been justly considered tt a mat- i
ter of reproach on the Chriatun nations
of Europe, that they should stand quietly
by and tee the Greeks struggling unoer
every possible disadvsntage, for the eman
cipation of themselves from Turkish op
pression tnd sltvery, tnd noi raise a nana
for heir issisttnee and comfort. Yoked
at most of lihose nations ire to the iron
car of modern despotism under the influ
ence of the 44 Holy AHunce,' mat tne
creit bodv of people in Russia, Austria,
Prussia and Fnne e, should feel t ttrong
avmoathr for their fellow christians in
Greece, wtt naturally to be expected.
But chained themselves, they are able to
do nothing for their neighbors or friends,
except to sympathixe with them ; every
movement, and every sentiment in favor
of national freedom, and the happiness
of subjects being watched with jealous
eyes, tnd tijenced witn vindictive seven
ty, out that all tne governments snoum
in their Internal affairs to far, as to be un
. .. . nr.! r- - k.
willine to see oppressed, enslaved and tor
tured Chastians - rise in oppositions
Turkish tyranny, and for Tear they may
succeed insuch a virtuous struggle, throw
every discouragement and embarrassment
in their way, lurnishes a lamentable pic
ture of pcutktl selfishness and depravity .
Grett htineu. An Insurance Com-
nanv of New Orleans, which has a capital
of 8300.000. divided into three hundred
shareaf .v4tlt,ou4 one tenn part thei
ready paid in, divided, within the last six
rears, after paying 8168,009 losses, g46
25 cents pef share per annum
tu r ttMiii" i , '
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tn I I I ', I "
. (in i r I
i.u u(.(. ra n.uiwr w-.j
,.r.,ty it U 131. 1 -r4 "J".',
U .m4. t to IwkIi
t lUt tt ratun". ,
W 1 ka qmnf at aas T4,,
a mr rva.Uv mU I Ul k 01 dU
an i-.m , 4rr!r it ufji
, Ul vmt arrivaU af U'afpwi Wl
Is cdniUrv4 fair.
any oaal. upjua ara i
f-Tl.le anklt iw to fwly Ma
Market, lalrt art rtrUr tt wur euliaws.
rrlmt Mi will eeaji 14 eeai rwd tt lar,
13al3lftrtirtOBy.laf H lU
TU quaUir at w-ukat talkt date, of ae
. . m a aw tts I e
ewp, tiiwatnlMlroasr f aw nw. -
ft Unit! .an atfW ha baOitd quae
.rrv acafcalalhe iwarkct.tM! la one lataea
I4 evttla a at paid fir t tupvrWf parcel. ae
af Iht mv crop whlrh was lHT'l by the rUa,
U very Ut aad ia atltiag at td 10 cewta.
1a bat aerounta fiwas Ike ewwniry, howavtr.
ui. thai tba CottwM which have kea pltked
kasinrt Iht UrwwiaUoe uftka raiaa, hat twtetf
very fair qualtly.
rjnrmrtt,ir. rmcu, .4
CotUM, 13 a 13), flour, le, 4 a 4i wperSiie,
4) to it ncai,wrJaBVCt. mtuurr.jt
BJ prwh bri.ty,Oa50,appldo. 40t4J,
iai. ii l 0 . tii aW am. t
roraJn, 0 ill iicwlfe, priaae, gra, 2i 23 1
3d and3dfl.uatiy,30t73iUa,hyMm,l3,J al
2Ji (l.aeA7JaleUi talJow,oa7 bvetaax.
31 a 3Ii rkt 3 la 4 or 100 IW i iron, 4 lo S pr.
1 JO lb. i tobacco leaf, J 1 3f i ataJiufaclurtd.
pr. eai. r aanai
CJ!.tKLKSTO.S' MICES. .Vrv. 1
Cotton, . Ukmi, 23 to M, atalnrd do. 14 It
Mi Main do. 21 1 , 20 lo 21 1 short ata-
nU. 9 a 144. H hiakry M a 33 d. i Baroo, 7 a
grtt.1 HaiM,10alll4fd,ll a "HinV"t
Ifcmdr and Inverting (41 Inch.) 24 a JJ j C-rr,Tttia-irrra,I9a2U
Inf. lognod, 1J a 17.
NoruVCarolina fUnk Wills 3 per eewt fce,
Gcorfia Bank Ittlla, 3 per cent. . Cfe
fear ajid NcaOenv 4 par cent. d.
frmm ra!tn'f ,tmtrit Daitg JJirrtUir.
Prrrrntion of Miica. Our '
dcra are aware that the Volatile Alkali
has been considered is a rraWy for in
lotication. We said, in a former num
bar, thai, should this be the -Case, it Is
doubtful whether the antidote would not
entourage the vice, ruber than tend lo
It. In one of the foreign jour
it t siteO ihBt a Carman physician
(M. Uruhl Cramer,) has discovered that
the exhibition of diluted Sulpheric Acid,
with occasional bitters, causes st length
such a disgust towards brandy and other
spirituous portions, as to eradicate the
dupotition to inebriety. If Ibis should
prove tiue, it would be a far more valua
ble, discovery than that of a medicine
which renders a drunken man sober, and
enable him lo return to hit favorite pota
tions with impumtr-
Md. Ckir. Frviev,Ao. 18.
The late JulianlFoydra, of N. Orleans
had from 700 top" 800 alavea, for all of
whom he bequeathed freedom, to be man
umiited gradually in elates. He left no
other heirs than-nephews and nieces,
thirtrtn in number; it is supposed he has
left them about JJ 50,000 each. His lev
ari to the Orpharr'Asylum and Charity
Hospital, are estimated at S 100,000.
His whole fortune is estimated at 8 1,500,-
five years, accoiding lo his will, and no
legacy on be exacted before that time is
eUpsed. The five years to be reckoned
from June 23d, 1824.
F.Ttraord'mary Frge(ablfi.K magis
trate named Anthonv F. Taylor, resid
ing in Uorden'own, N. J. has sent us t
certificate, stating that he has now in his
possession tn apple, of the tpeciet called
pound pippins, which grew nesr Borden
town, weighing twenty-six ounces tnd t
hnlf, and is fifteen inches in circumfer
ence. Demo. Prtu-
From Kentucky A letter hss just been
received in this city, covering the proceed
ines of a mectinjr held at the teat of gov
ernment of Kentucky, innouncing the im
portant fact, of that state having declared
in favor of Cen. Jackton. It was found
that Mr. Clay stood no chance of success,
and the s'ate will save its vole by taking
t . , ..i ...:,k M. ft... !
who was lately associated w ith Mr. Clay in
defending the cause of that atate before the
legislature of Virginia, the Attorney uet)
eralofthe stale, the District Attorney,
and several other of the principal citizens
of Kentucky, are on the Committee of
Correspondence, There is now every
reason to believe that the President will
be elected, as he ought to be, by the mp
PLE. . . . .
The present king of Persia made many
America, saying, What sort ot a place is
it ? How do you get at it ? Is ii under
ground or how ?
tt 'r atiAY MoftNiNf N(irMI?rR L.i.
llK.lt liAM'TI) IxiIM.i.
Wt i!rti. f,:iU Ms f) i ,? .
Mr t i.njtrm iatr ),'ru, (.y rth'ln.
U lU Irt tiplll.i;, L- f.WnJ
wa. The ffi,M wt ka tW, tuy
kt locki 1 apa aa ilall!; rr4.
aloUr, lW l 4 Htni tr, W ilt dy tt.
poorfad hy Uw f' UiVr tit aWn
at.ta ef WetajJa, t fW-..
Vk fraaUane af tVa VUti ItaJra, 1 k L
raqulfts tW t) Cnvamor aUU appal u.m
cowastMWrt la tupariattAd rt tUt&m
each eowMy ba It u U 114 at tie tnwt
htMaa, tnd M wirt tUt It tU U
ounuaact of law, tht Cattnwr arpwW4 tknt
peraont at coaiaalavlonm t Crvy tuotj,
two of tWat aowMniwia)Tt arra Artju a,
the laat Centra Awalty of Vira-, sJ tut
into Ut rawrtav U4 fcuin!4 Wav ft Cr.t.
ford for rht frttldviyv. a4 1! mlt tM
a Crawford sa. WWt tbt Cm tt lij U
arrived tf opWg tU polla, iaquir Us Ursa it
he anada for tht eoUirs, Ut akUr af
thttl could he faadt Iht day pamd an, Lt
atlH MCtwiauWonert aliowJutMltia. Ma.
ay aurwiia! were bwlulpd, at ta the ea f
tbe ahatate of aJ tbrtt af thast asta, lurj
lUng Uwa remalnad la dWit, tJ a aaaabar af
persona pratewt art abwut it twtrtala Iht hmU
aMirttof the people that tasrebUdt Iht rtiu!t
of tli ceavaw. halag, that, af tU 3 ar 3u0 pn.
otis aaaewibUd, Jaekaoa lad kUmt would kat
gttea about M equal ouetWv, but Ikat Cnw.
(1 tyJ JM a- ' -I
nHinU the aaj firry wat at curt unrsrvlUdi
the three Crawtoid cearaltaMMra, k was etr.
tatMd, knowing that tbe peoplt tf Cra-,
permitted to eiertiat their rrt-ta u Irvtmra,
would five aa almost UMiwavMit vote aea
the ttlchmand Junto, all tlrrt aUtatid I Ikh,
etlvrt from the counry, tout dcfratUa; tU iWl
tto, and robbing tbe peopla of Gra) toa af dm'a
right of suffrage I
Wt would aow eak every caadid prwa,
wboae Blind U not biaaerd by party rsaeoar, la
look at this b!c1i4ianded prorediK, aM my,
In ainrerity, whether we hart, during tk .
ewtiow of the PretiJefiiial eoralion, eaan&rttd
any eapardoiMhla vanmh or birtemeva, ia ju
poaing a party of aen who reaurt ta anck ta.
holy tseana to carry their en!, and to tkvtri
the pmeijt w Ue and judickmi meaurvt of ear
government ' Is it not the duty of ewry free
man, when he km a combination of mt at-
trmpting to aubvrrt tlit principlet of bit p
emment, and curtail tbe Cbertiea of hi country,
and, perhapa, to destroy them aUogtthcr a t
M. mm Mk. K lUoy pf bmAm , , , K f
um his etTorta to counteract the detiriH of axa
men I fcbould we tolerate anch thinp in tbt
greea tree, what ought ae to expect ia tkt
".f mountain !ahvri, with pnmti frv,
". Ifitk n mouse i km, on... ... k pr, "
Wt don't know that we rrr brard of a nwr
complete political lemit, than vu made st a
meeting of tbe friends of Mr. Clay in Indliiw.
The proceedinga of the merting wt find ia i
Vvv (Indiana) paper, which was sent to m
the other day. The paper iatr that s brr?
meeting of the ritieni of Drarborn county, l-
diana, convened on the 14th Aogui hit
meaaurrt to further the election of tht Hon.
Henry thy to the Preaidenrr. As nwal, on
such aerations, a chairman and secretary arra
appointed, rctotutions propoi-d and ailcptnl it
fuvor of Mr. Clar, and a committee of three
appointed, lo draft an addreas to the people
the United States in favor of their ramliJite :
the meeting then adjourned, from the 14th tn
23th of Aug" arrivea, the people t,pMn st
ble, and orpniae i but lo instead of tli Ittr-
ned committee's atepptng forward with an er
quent appeal to the passions and pariotiasi of
the citizens of the U. 8. in behalf of their cardi-
date, aa the good people of Dearborn county bat
been anxlmialy anticipating fiurtet lonj
days, Mr. Jamei JhO, the secretary of the rare
ting, and one of the committee, rose, with so
lemn dignity, and lengthened visayc, and roJ
the following otofoyj .
The undersigned, one of the commit
tee appointed to prepare an adJress t
the people of the United States, rerom
mending to their suffrages the hon. Hen
rv Clav, for the office of President of ine
TJpitcti States, now respectfully beglesT"
to decline that tluty not, however, from
want of ioclinttion to subserve the vie
of the people, or to promote the j election
of Mr. Clay-for hit heart tnd his hsni
.re airone! in favor of both Ibese sub-
lectt-owt-from tf ebMuZZ
er, to do the political character of Mr
Clay mat jusuco wuim v
believes it rrtertis.
i ne wk""v .,!.
ed a quorum at- Providence on
Oct. 26, when General Albert C. Greene
wt. appointed Spe.ker, and-1 horn" W
vers, EVq. Clerk, of .he House of Prpe
sentitives. - ' . ,,.
The U, R. fiigt Constitution, torn
ij. MoMo-h. for the Mem rr
ranean,and the steam Ka. pt '
Key West, sailed from New orh.on
29th nit, wilh a fine mL