I ' n.
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lUg C"pUl l r ofcmm, from the
l,',lh fiair. oIiikntim ef Gee.
act h raUikw u swetmtrsy btiwea
.,. UN--df sad tv. m
" frmu4 as te gis the pubhciry w the
- ufevtaf rrpy l'tk laitaev- tlarlag gWr a each
ht ULr a k remains far the Oublie te deeile
lefvrtw fmWw-r-d frees tin tutpi.
' M V?Ka . , -
led by iMesoriji'tcr reading the rtpbA ef
the commutes, remarati "'"""
m the theJow or s doutx, tSit Morgan:
was inBumsnty murdered on the NUgsra
frontier. We obtained Information
Juoe, which ulnd ! ikU borribi
fact. -But haft P Meetbat the twJ
number or the fretern&y who participated
In his ebduetlonrhtd ady direct knowl
edge of agency to the bloody trtgedy
: - f AtioofD. - -., , ...
- iih m wmuoim...
wNfi. o'Afi a 1 Ju"
.'tente Mm4 Kort iko bnctlon
0r R. M. 8-aoJrr n,W I.f,fd,l !
'4ld M( MippoM tbrt Hfed m bdiiWuil
o doW f imit T
rated fctmtoir I b. Df fertftci for
public opinion ladaeci m to itk tbo hror
if t ou to publish ibt following reply i
f. tkm month of Mf Ult. I wrotO Ut
fKf to orime tentlemm, old Coo
f rtwloiul fricad la Frwklort, In reply to
erne rereived from him not doignejl for
publUiilnn. try etftJld ron woald
perceive "t "uir
Ject, iv4 he h ieo polofiied fofipof
' lion or U Badinr lt wtj into th public
f. ikt. uncr. in coneiuenco of Gen
Sunder otr reilout prt in tho flouie
f RepretenUUM hf prtetomif
.... r.h lot of ill coowrttT I ider
" ted to fonterwiioii bo held whh no the
- -tjomJnt of the PretidentUI election
err otd of bkb I ter to be Ikt end
I ikrow bck noon Oen. Stutidere tko
:"' tLf.0 lr mmtitet'Wiw i vitrtton
Jn. Bjtbdert tpproached tbe Ere plKe
it the toath'end of tho room, upped me
a tbe urn, drew mo Hde,-td ed the
strong UkJK I hlte teribed to bin
end, farther, I uw do IndW ldul, bfter the
... ..eWUoo better pleeied, J thanGcnertl S.
appeared to be, fn consequent "of Vtng
relieved, aJ aappoicd, front the dikrnma
fa which he hadconaidered bioitelf placed.
Geo. 9. approaching tne in that man
ner, did surprise me and raoaed me to
recollect th conversation (hich 1 rcpea
led to e friend day or two afterwards)
because, until that moment, I did not evp
poae he could have been forced to vote
for General Jackson. Our acquaintance
wis as limited ss bo atatcs, but not more
to than I desired, having never made the
UrgU CdrtBft6wrda in latlttace
- . - ith him. beeiqso i . considered bicn e
fain, sill v.onhappf tempered tatn, always
the tool of some aspirant expecting no
' v ' doubt, in the" event of iheirjreccess, the
v Central 8. only wanted to know wbeth;
r " Mr. Adatnt could be elected oo the
first ballot, to save him the necessitv of
electing Gen- Jackson V Ilia aQrhment
to Gen. . must have been as strong at
bis inclination to oblige his constituents.
when both united could not render him
willing to encounter the trouble of a se
cbnd ballot. .
- Ho a much Gen. S. reei rdi hliveracl
ty you mar jodget when he ealle the re-
, Weming . pledge made by vol. 3ljtrhel
U his consti'uenta, "asuicidiil moralitv
of my teachbg." Unfortunately for birh,
, I htd but little, if any, conversation with
Col. M. about the Presidential election,
. whilst I' was pending ao little that I did
not kon, until I had coonted the ballots
in the Mouse of Representatives, bow the
Voloncl hud intended to vote
Gen. 8's sensibility, on the present oc
casion, is somewhat surprising, as he was
Charged with the same remarks 1 have
ttrihoted to him, by Mr. F. Johnson in
the House of Representatives, as will be
teen by tbe following extract from his
tperch delivered in February last; 41 The
, Secretary of State did vote for Mr Adams,
and I might ask many who are now array
ed gainst the Administration if they
would not have done sof I might ask the
gentleman from florin Carolina (Mr.
launders) if he doe not know some, who
ntado earnest. and solemn appeal
-members who were uncommitted, saying,
paw ina nairon, mtc ioc nation, oy ine
election or Mr. Adams, and who ara now
to be fotmdf arrayed among the foremost
The UKltufS of N. York Is holding
an curt ScssUa,' at this time. ' It hit
now been ttaembled twclra or fourteen
days. The prioclpal object Is revision
of some gtnertl ttatttet. These relste
to the mi&lii U,wnsf tlcctlooit public
ratdi. schools, kc
Tv. Lesrislature of New tork ktving,
vEW - . " . tm. l " . ......
iiifii tt.i mwrsrw"wwa conctodod 'iMUlwiwisI tetaien. re Male a tne Ijw
it j -T' tJi...."'r.'rbiirh t.. - kta lira Ia iim.IiIm m. Ik
men WOO uca irvm
' Imuoaing a ptnUtf for tnyttitwgwo the
America era not nwinr w "joawum, aatiin.i" '
ally aid lathe 6Ve theUUatidit(ctfjtlneoiif Atony beve eTisconil
those who did. btvt long since nto
Bed their etteod.oce i0 epa the dtiTy
Mtiloos, in the utqal fofca of worship.
A petit M Pf paring by severs! oil
the serHoot otiAwgooi prtyrag mt
eaty'tOoveromeot to allow there to Im
port a'cad humtn bodki from Franca, e'av
yrre, and without moUtlatlm from the
etcisa or custom bouse officers.
CUrt waavf The foUowiog sla-
111, upwards of i.JtO pwients Nva . -pnlcatioo is made totbeLegisU
Men received. 1430 cured, and 1,9 J9 ra , 0f TcnncsKe. now In seaaioo t " Mr.
DISUSES or TMZ 1UJL :
The Eleventh Anniversary . Meeting of
the Governors or the Royal Ditpeossry
for Diseases of the ear, wta beld ltel
at the Institution, when It appeared thaw
since the establishment ol the Charity to
lieved. Out ol this nurnbar, 100 peisana . wiq.w.- lntrodaced a bill to alter the
afflicted with nervous dearoesae who wtre(me Suntsak Crensar to William
out of employment, have been cared tr cftmeft WhlcH was read the first time
relieved, and thereby rendered espahla ( rjht p, tioner bad been
or following their various avocations C90Wenl a woman, bad worn female
At this Meeting the Surgeon or the In- cJo(hM rff of J0 fnn ttd Kd
stltution, Mr.Curti remarked bow Utile , . fcr ntm$ JJt
attention had been paid to tbi Important nKfd H KM ,a Vi. Kirs-
organ, in consequence of Its b,n,"m u, marred . iL, d Is now living in
being so extremely compucw - 0fftI Q,0B,,.
Wnown hut oosenreo. ,. g M , M reeling of the piston priie
a knowledge JJS rommltne of Her Unl.mlty, a PgoW
dI' " t'tiSLS . - d.l a the value of fifty dollar or E
lAU.Zl ikTI fMaii'r.7na"niwm in the-Wri:
hooW be a powerful ' w ' : lln0t Pltio.m. bo-.b au.
-MwVs forierrf lw or rcplethjonkWsfM-si iihj wnpyloR
mribanuro er the heart, tbe;great ms keuthe uccwrul writer was found
covert of the circulation of the blood ','!? Uther Parsdis.M.'D. orrrovidence,
would never bati taken place, tor k b iJl-Md--H-. .-.
only by-persmrng rnvestigatioa) thi we JoMph Liocaser la about , to open a
can arrive at our object j and be assured ! school upon bis sptem, In renton, ft. J
Tk !tmnt la iHihofiCtttre tici in
ihla coantnr to tor estenl, eJtaourB
the Governors, from tbe encouragement
be bad received, nothing should be want
ing on bis part to citend tbe knowledge
of acoustic surgery. .
riMTuts or. TOBACCO.
Tobacco h constituted and tompctrd of
the richest, strongest, and mosf delicious,
and also the most delightful ingredients.
The alcohol or tplrit, the oil aod cbitim,
the sutar or saccharine matter. ih murl-
laglnous wax and guma, the edde and ni-'
tre, with several of the other VoUtila ni" oieaonao, oaiea aepi. iy,
salts, Itc. all to bermoniovslT combined, ' ,H uthe city sas never more beakhv
constitute this the richest and most deli r tM e,,C1' '" Jnrl deed this
clous .compound eter engendered and ' .wnninm more keaiiby u pmalble than
In f'l'ioK s hire Hemlock Tiee In
Hope, N Y k was discovered that it bad
been wounded bysonehsfp-ynstniaeirt
when it wae only six inches in 'diameter.
On counting tbe eurksof annusl growth
it was estimated 4o be III years since
tbe wound wss iijicted.
A person In Wwerly, Coon, gives no
tice that he has ra)scd a Cucumber, which
weighs six ounces - Is II M Inches in
circumference, aid 14 12 inches in
the most recent origin, have Mvenncissa
been crowned with e success w men
Mflui ia randar as. at no distant
perlodi entirely Independent nf lofelgn
A. in tsa sobtJf or this cosily tr
llcla or drett. Sctcrtl lace racioriat have
i.i.i. M,n m la Rhode IsUndi iha
principal of which It at Kewport. It tm
rtoa aoo rjeesoos.; nrinclpslly. lenultti
wlw roanuTaCldre relit, caps, ptierioesJ
andi Indeed, laceaof all deKflptiont.
The taste and logenult'y (IJipliyed in h
fabrication of Ibete arUcleSf-ate nigaiy
spoken ef. '
' The Bahtmore Republican cootslnt a
calculation of 'iW Itrengtb wf parties U
the two bouses of the Maryland Leglala
ture, in whkh 44 Members are assigned
to Adams and 36 to Jecksow hi the lower
kooae, aod b Ike Senate, 19 te Jackson
and I to Adamt, giving thus te the Ad
mlnltirailon a mttority of I in the House
of Daiegales and f I on a joint ballot.
Maryland will give f 11 not f or Mr elec
toral totes to Qen.7eckaoo.Ar. C.Jtur,
Eighth eJaiMfa-Ai e meetbig of
the Jackaoo Central Committee" ef
! Baltimore, on the 3d instant, it wtt unan
Rtnthed, That arrangements be made
to celebrate In a tultable manner the Ith
of January next, the anniversary of the
Am, on which Andrew Jackson filled
the mcssure of hie coowry'e bonor":
rffi find in the Warrentowa (VirgioU)
Gatette, a notification la tbe following
terms l .
- CUmim rrt A enmber ef rreebold-
e rs, . belle vlng .thitl.Pf wht Clinton, of
New Totk, possesses tstents ot tne krat
order, and would, in the Presidential
chair, administer tbe affairs of tbe nttion
Ln a superior manner.' Intend calling a
e-enaral mectinr in VTarrenton to frame
an electoral ticket for bim in tbe State of
TirglolaV" ' "'"'"' "CtttrrtnfwmrM
generated in" any one plant. " fro wonder
then that all classes of evercountrv and
part ot mVokind, should take delight ia
its use. h forms the travellers commn.
on. and the philosopher's aid. Ii it ih
old bachelor's antidote ; the epicure's Utt
resort; an? tsllor'i and sohiler't tti,A
daily rations. It. keeps pen ih nti
nel't eyes and besides medical and m
ny other good effects, it cheers the watch
man in- tbe- silence of the nighi. Woo.
derful weed of American origin 1
of the Opposition I
Tbe language Mr. Johnson attributed
tp Gen. 8. is stronger than what ! have
Used, and is said to have been addressed
to the uncommitted portion of the House ;
and Gen 8. is again mistaken in suddo-
aing that he (Mr. Johnson,) derived his
information from' me t for, unhappily for
wrttmgr-ever passed from me to Mr.
. ... JolwsRn. An .
Rtt Mount OcU 6, 1837. . .1
The large joint committee who hare
been engaged in the western part of New
, Tork fotmany months, inveatigating the
facta and circumstances relativeto the
kidnapping and presumed murder of Capt.
vr m. morgan ay the r ree masons, in eon-
ttquence of his having published a book',
Xrnttriy The Frankfort Argus tlas
ses the members of the Kentucky Lcgis
lature on the Presidentinl Question , fi
lows In the Senate 20 lor the adminis
tration, and 18 for Jackon. In the
House of Repsesentatircs eoujllv ril.i
ded, there beine 50 for each. Sri
of those placed by us on the side of the
uminisinuon (says the Argus) stand
piettged to vote agaiast any measure ha
ing a bearing on the Presidential election
and some of them for an amendment of
ine yonstituuon taking the election of
rresident out of the handa nf Cn...
We have no doubt that measure will pass
iuc House umrammeneo, nut ita fte m.
ob aouotiui in tne senate. v0 the whole,
inere nas Dcen a gain for Jackson in th
Legislature, and if tbe national question
mu cTery wnere aectded the State 1..
tiont, the majority for Jackson would
nave oeen dechire.
the-lsr, and raora- ao iban-ihe corrct
ponding month last seaaoo,'
1 ieie shoti lousvi at oionwjj't
ion, bona a pauper named Joseph vook;
ttced. 101 years ;.Hc wasau.Braddock's
defeat, and served in the Revolutionary
Army during the war, but ia unable ia
procure certificates, oec'essaty fbt pa
A Hartford, Conn, paper contains an
account of a tun flower, that attained the
Mr. Rush, Secretary of tbe Trttiory
of tbe U. 8tstes, has published a state
ment of the certificates of 8tock, crested
February 1819, which will be pid off in
January next, amounting to 1,500,160
Acta Tor Sttamhatt A gentleman
coming from Albany last week, met 9
boats on Jheir passage up. Anotner, at
the Jeraey City ferry, between"! aod I
o clock in Jhe aftefnoon, counted 14 in
sight, and. movuig' It once, Including the
ferry boats, to wit 4 starting for Albany,
v comrng flown, a rowing p i ke bay, and
4 ferry boats t Stopting in at Mecker'a.
Iha steamboat rendexvous at Courtlandt
street, the whole number belonging to the
city end river was counted and recaptlu-
laird, and found to be 34 or 60. -
OCTOBfi. 50, 11.
UU3MUMT ML SOCltTT
TVe adjooaed tutxirg tf the tuJ
bU lucieiy, Wbtck Wat appaiad ta kek
J0pps Masting House, aaar Uockn'JU.
26th Oct. Inst, la poatpontd; by rha m
Maaagcn, te, tbe U frUay la
Umg the 9th day of Ike avmk) at 04
,'aJL a Lick llrpe,' a gcseial 'ii'aj
the atembert It derirtd and It k kottW
(b InUbhsnta, wbetae taake imv
will boftor the tsceUng alA jnnk ,
Oae or taore Kmone ad be frxuW.
vumt panwwng mm, VB4CB, R la em
win wvim nwrnuii log prMtattkJ e
wbo nary attend. - j
t tf. C. mwjt-U MadirUle (Tesatsf
CaroRoa bank hllli are tooted at lml
cewt. OtacouM 1 lout vCafofiaa, 4
aaait notes are rmtved are hk 1 mJ
ar rcksctaace, evee at JO orUjweJ
eoonv-etcept ay Ume who ara tw
km deaKap ks, Tetntasce,
IHuilUti Brmth lau mAmj
Job Hmke, Charlea F. MaOatt, jw
OoiMldwe, sUbard 7. Tarbrwrh. aW
Laurla,EIUha IHedaien, Dark! i. rw
C ffeoper, at Fayettevaie, and frurl'
of Raleigh, bare beea elected Una.
tbe Braacb of tL V. 1. Bank at Tijn
aad at a aaectkr of H dWceorv as
kwt John Utiake, U. was susatuasoaar t
ea a a. '
rrehoaM w we wea fat the assakf )J
-iUewwrawWe War great rvkadan!
kat'wg eireted a atmber tf c lJ
Bale juu if, Dtbwart.But teal trf
Jn Aliij9tor."-in Augusta (Georgia)
paper contains an account of an attack
ing ttatcaBeat, it would etca ikat tar
not arack rcaaaw to be aterry aw tkii ataJ
IbeJacijpfuaAB. appear 4eave aaaaei
L- ! . . . -1
w irgiDatere 1 - ... .
New Castle Cauaty -... j t
awtta at asfasatrranTas.
New Caatle Coasry . T t
K at County 0
Suaaex Couatj ; . 4
"Aatoala K&g, Charles Philippe, aaj
rbe Ualcoav were tried oe the lOtkiajt
the coart ef acasiona foe the ehjr af Oarl
for. the murder ef Uvj Ana lasts,
laal, Tfcey were all found guilty af
but Ctlh. sralcom wu recomavsdHa
ey by the jury. . Great interest vm
this trial, and Ike court wat crowded
heigbr of fourteen" tDd a half i,mwle b ,n Alligator upon a female ne 1 continuance. ..The cournel forth
1 stro, who was coink into swamp 'with 'hliuTmi&irrJZi T,
About thirty soldiers belonging to a J"ket! torn Wpon '-kf' l.w.whkhVlUbearVda
miUtia company uv Boston, while on par-l ho- , She V ,lreck nth A tpft-rzz:;
ade on Tuesday, wee made sick by est-1 Ty"rJ ' 1 I
ing of some poisoned cheese sold on the fr10"1 who sttempted to de
Miami f7njVfrVt. Thii tnitltntinh ;.
legated at Oxford, Butler county, Ohio,
uu is in a verv flounahino. nnJii .
1 nemumberof Students ls1arfrffnnt if.
.. ... .. . . '
vuege was lair to be one of much usefulness-
The second annual commmce
mm h to. take place this day . when
set eral students will craduate. Wiih 1 h.
exception of Augusta College, (Kentucky)
this institution has risen inia Holloa f..
nstitution has risen into notir f...
ler than is common to literar initin.,i,n.
both are destined to attain still i"
an cthclal report on the subject, whirb
" occupies a pamphlet of fo pages The
yypVomF$Bil Adrertijer, (edit
ous and ctpacious mind to a iurv " Ve
lv the learned editor must suppose that
His Honour's brains lie very near his
stomaqh. . Mrvick Jtmrnml.
Judiciout Advict. The best w.
deal with slanderers is not to notice them
ine times in ten they will die Quicker
A Quehec paper tomaintiw weeotmr of
- Ijirt 'n, .hnill-.M.Mr'4MH.M K . .
i here has lateiv hem nn vhtKuln.. 1 t5irW,i k., . .si- r. -.1- l:. i- .
nucipiiia, qi iomestic ftianuiartures.
A Utter from a , friend, now in Philadel
phiaf snd who bad visited tbe Masonic
Hall, where the articles are collected anH
exhibited, speaks with ereat admiratinn
of the yariety and beauty of the works of
labour that are Drtsenred.- Crtr,n.
j r.ui e r-. . f-""R
uu viuuici mrniiure are particularly
mentioned. There- were alio minimi
and philosophical instruments and appa-
M.a... f . t - nm.
. . . . 1 avMBk a r r - - - tit 1 . 1
irroimrf Pr. r..iii. r vour ner, tearing ner nesn ana ciotnes . y -wm.,yTm.
iho.:,; hTdK V; 1 . "Ith hi. claws. She extric.ted-herself th.ttheIUnk,cGeer,i,M
- w - - . '. w sw tawas. as us . . . ... 1 t a a .a .
forwt. .,mkf , K . u .i i h tiifhcultv, and Bed, pursued hv the reMCTea ,row fflcuiues snaar
w, w w .wv v ivi.1 mi acvcri- .... .1 .. .
ty of the law. Alligator ; she sought shelter upon a log, wna.ne wnceiitbored, tbtt iuaotai
r . . one ena 01 n,cn rested upon a stump m uergia, anj that they sra,a
?VT n S, " " ?M? 10 h her cries br uKht to her ssaistance sever st a nnal. discount oU I. chafes,
al slaves from an adjacent field, w hoi time the Darien Bank etopped pare
auieo ine Alligator, ana reueveo ine wo was a rood dealaf (i n.rw,;
- . a I I I "
roan iron her perilous situslion. ui part of tbe country i and so reatnl
n r. . - " 1. beritf that the bank would neterka a
1 . w . . . m,. . 1 ny our citiaens in getting them offtW
lltll W iinneratsnH Ik.litn Thin mA-,m I ... . o
night, sy.h ult. tbe house of Stephen T f" ""Z
Edo-ecomhe line, -aa aurronnried K. . "M"n of aueh it ia, that tbanaa
Innoculation for me meaalea. which h- aantr of desnerdoea who killed two of I ,eB ' Ptrt ih the money attw
been alresdv practised with success b his horses, desrroyed fourteen barrels of acr'St'c,foeyueaaret nearly its nl')'
'ome ana nursts, waa reneated h Fm cider, took ofl a Ijree still csd. itc. Uunl"'f o L.nancaion.-anaitsiuiinmc,7
ior apfrantj-fluring an-epidemic at, wej-e constantly fired by the hand, and j "a igia, or any other place ihf
uiamua, in leaa. in each of aeven cases, they resorted to every etpedient to iunnl w w.uiafpeak lhu ftvori
ine measles appeared m a mild and ie. the inmates. Cueraw,V2ra
im- i a - - -"mmmtmmm -'-i-
) The editor of aRochester paper repre4fcniiLglcfc k. New- atve. DMFJi Tf ii cnjvsrmv
Srnil K Jimffai ll SlAnaAa;M kl. Y vaB hit Ka reOAHlla AkBSA4 i.;. L i T"-i
- it ww wiivvfuiiiir llixt III III I ti
count i y in the vlcimtv of the river St
Joseph. . The object of his-visit ia to ef
f ft a consolidation or the several Indian
reservations through wbieb the Chicago
road passes, and to locate them at a dis
tanre from the road.
It is stated the United States Review
and Literary Gazette has been discontin
ued, and the subn tipiion list transferred
to the American Quarterly Review
exhibition were under th
Conrpitteo of the Franklin Institute.
field, Theooirad iisitklein
his hand with which he struck the bird
and fortunately killed it.
A provincial paper, describing the en
'ertainment given by Mr. and Mrs. -W.
i ayior, at Devizes, says, M The hours
nfcw with tbe wings of Faradiae,". This
announcement will set the whole flock of
ornithologistl on the out vtve.
l he death of Air. Canninf wat noticed
border the first instsnce ever known of
mus noucing tb jf a BritUh
Tork, who has recently reached his home,
after an absence of 14 years, during the
moat of which time he had been confined
si DmiI... v.. t-. i i :.m iWa
...cr tn.aH .w years, aunng the rf ,he fr-j.,tttrB u New-YorkM
as prisoner in the interior of Me.icn. ... 9TmT' -?? ,rCTOW"- P!
ignorant of the late war between Great' th Vn
R.ii.;. .k- fl-:..j Igsrd to the election of Prewdenta w
v.. Buy viiucu wiaica, until am . . . . am
..... ar... :.. . :-.:.. rp. , . i renncune a irsc'e enrib itvtotowi
.vi lumaiiuii. t a nia ia an I - ,
addiiinn.t tUnrik if ...u. I9"' .term r and 2d. that no member a
...... r any wsid Wf asiiiailtf t ., - .. ...
of . Uie extiemo ignorowe 4iHwhkb 4
inhabjtanta of that, part of the world have 01 the President, 'or - tbe.Preaideai m
been kepit by e canisW Iu
jAocjb'nr ifcaf rThe Bri'ir.:Oaui Id
days since, was run foul of,ln a heavy land we belie four-fifthi of the V
gale of wind off the Capes of Delaware, leut in hu r ,h. Diiioiw-at!
ny a Spanish bng, which, there is every f0f iu.h . .en,e rWced. thsp
reason to believe, went down vsith all hand I ! : . , . k H
on ooarrf, amounting to upwards ol 50 . - .Li-iwridept
PO down.it hut mre heen ai-r,ainl.t I ' ' . erf
.1 i.l l t .-J . ..i rm. '- I
Piesident inelieible to a relecuOTiH
. -. ""'"v mmayur s unciaiton.ti person wnoi " .i-r- ,.k,arfl
in nne paper m Farisrith arrnirnwwclveTtised some time sinter in arVirj talenuvndhiahole efforts, wwMl
finia nan.r. W..:k4 k..Sn. u I ta the dtitifj of hi. office r UUl B.
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