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Ytcxl generation h the West rnaet powei
in the baUnce of the country - TJcheers
On -word more, genkmen, end I Will
relieve yourpstieoce. In tho worse of
human evenie,it It certain tht we, whoare
7 no assembled, shall never of be eesem
. l.lrd oiether eitalo. Ilia probable that
when we shall part this evening, the moat
of us H1 do It to meet no more en earth.
Allow me, with the teriouanest insepara
ble from that fcelioe. to auure you. that
. thia unexpccud-eodiJaUerinn.matL oi
. - vour kindnest wll never be forgotten by
me, or, mioa, but at whatever, distance of
time or Dlace,and in whatever vicissitude
MS friMtinr will he remembered, at ohe of
hj ' vK
erroil me,w iaag in? , rexipr.
cate the sentiment last aDnouoocd, by
m . .!
' Tb Inhabitants of NashvStJe i may their proa,
peril y, like their eity, be' founded on a rock. ,
The Speaker tat down, emidt loud
John Randolph This gentleman, It Is
known, h been elected a member of the
Virginia Convention to amend the von
ttitution of that ataie. A correspondent
of the Richmond Whig eeya that Mr
Randolph in hi ipeech at Charlotte court
. house, on the day of the vonvention elec
tion, M declared that be bad drawn the
a word, and thrown away the ecabbard
that all cbanget were not Imfirovemcntt,
end that it never waa known that the
people ever improved their government
by change. On the right of aolTrsge, he
avid that the noo freeholdert spoke of
jib y aieal Joret, but before be would ton
tent to extend to them the right to tat
hi land end aiavea, be would five them
.flKhu" From ail which our correspotv
opon true Republican principle!," and
concludes by saying that many voters
upon more reflection, regret hit election
to the convention. 4
Many people looking at the. peculiarity
of Mr. Randolph'a political career, and
hit bigoted attachment to the old-order
4)1 things, apprehend much confusion and
difficulty in the convention, from hit pre
sence there. Time will ihew,.but we
ire disposed to believe that he will ap
proach that body with more reverence
than he la accustomed to display towards
Congress. We cannot believe that Jiis
respect forlhat grave and virtuous at
eemblage will permit him to convert it
Into a bear garden, or that when success
ful opposition to reform in the ennsti'u
lion has became hopeless, oelf respect
will permit biro to offer a fruitless and"
; merely teatiog 6ppositiotfrThirig is
. -: eenaln.r tb.it all .;jfe Orators.: ibeLtvet
lived, could not now errett the march of
Hon. Ar. TAooff.. -The New York
Courier thus speaks of Mij. Thomas I.
Moore, the new Minister to Colombia t
At the commencement of the late war,
Mr iloore, then ouly eighteen years of
age, volunteered at a prbafe soldier, and
at the battle of Missfsainiwt, In Decern
ber,' 1 8 lrwat mentioned m Gtierai Or
. dert by came though only a private as
having conducted himself io the most gal
Isnt manner. On bit return to Kentucky
he ral;d a volunteer company, and io
the fall of HIS, at the battle or Moravian
Towns end defeat of Gem Proctor, ac
quired additional honors. He was subse
quently engaged at the affair of Malcolms
MilJsr on G rand Rive r, in the fait of 1 8 14
and on hit return to hit home' war about
repairing: to Nw-Orleans, when the newt
of Gen. Jack ton's success rendered If un
necessary: Major Moore Is one of the
most distinguished men in Kentucky, and
his selection to succeed Gen. Harrison la
among the most judicious of the changes
made by the present Administration.
jlnti credit Sy$tem.-A Judge In Nash
filler (Judge Catron,) hat made a formal
address to the fsrmera and laboring citi
zens of 1 ennes&ec, denouncing banks and
1 heatt-eediHy ttewwit h tome" fewfonce' begat idtewewrwd itegleer orfe wnelll
exception!. - lie propose e a call to- be
made upon the Legislature for, the pas-
nngroriwTTlii Bet aession, exempt
ing any one from being bound as security
for another, in any case, by word, bond,
note or endorsement, for an ordinary
contract between man and man eicep-
tiogonly tecurilyshipt; entered- Into- 4
Courtt of Justice. He ascribes the de
pression of agriculture to Banking. Insti
tutions, and usurious moneylenders, and
he accordingly declares wit against all of
them- Will. 4t --ha? believed, that tp)r45?
jer teti ptt month f Tei aoch it the
- tpinr of the -fudge'e remarks. Against
tbe whole credit system be has taken the
eldaod boldly proposes the repeal of
alt the la we by which one man is made
responsible for another debts, aa securi
ty, or endorser. - How far such a system
way be compatible with tbe habitt of an
agricultural .State, it one question but
-we are satisfied, (bat it could not be ip
troduced to the aaim extent among a
commercial peoplealthough their sys
tem of credits msy be susceptible of sev
evtVadvantsgeous modifications. ' '
no Tt tut at
POOP RQBEHT TBK '
A gill a dy the thin is ctesr, '
. Twentr-thrt a gallons nuke a year.
Now tltis woul i buy a cow, and keep her
Two suite of clothes a score of sheep or
Twenty rood things, than brandy cheaper.
, Ota BoaiaT.
There la a pleasant little vilUge which stands
if the borders tf a smalt lake.ln the western
pert of Virginia. A tavern, the only one in the
town, kept at the sign of the Grey Hook, en.
tertainad the patting stranger, and in the win
tar ereotrtjrs wm the place where we- held our
evening-danees for old Robert eed te dance
ie his younger day. I remember well the
merry evenings I here enjoyed there, and me
thinks t eould yet - tire down" the puny atrip.
of the' pent a-'-
Among- the- emjanina e eor resraattana
ww two,--whose Ttrscity and wrt.l dot
hot Khnire and vhote gooi -nature and vtrtuef
1 could not hat lore. Absoleal Active was the
eldrtt T Wy rVtendrtr father te?otr;-hnt
be gare'AbaoIem a" good' eotinwii "educatioh;
and then bound hijn aaj apprentice to a respec
table vajron.maker of the town, wneo 1 saw
Absolem laat. before my late Mt to Appleher.
ry it waa his birth and wedding n-gbt. Just
1) yeare old be had married blark-eyed So.
w e a ' em
aan, at we called ber ana ane mieni as wen
have been tailed red Hp'd Sutan, far 1 never
saw cherries redder. He had taken the shop
for himself, and baring got a Journeyman from
Ne v.York, bad added the making of f gslo
old buainMB. '
Absolem fu industrious Abacem ws rni-
gtl above all, Abaolem was esrsTe
M Orog and I," he owd to ay, " ft awarn ane.
miei." Not but now and then hi would take a
glass of wine, or a mug of beer with a friend 1
but be drank sparingly. They Io say, though,
that one fourth of July hie eyesJperkled a hitle
and he eould not asy Sheholetli for the oul of
him. But that's neither here oor there 1 he waa
a sober man.
And what do you think waa the eoneennencc (
tVhy, when t went to Appleberry, laat October,
wh should 1 hear them talk of but. tbe good
Squire Active -and Deacon Active Why he
hat money to lencVhe-owna two of-the bt
farms on the south aide of the lake the poor
mat ormn. witn tins motto- leaner rao-eiLirr-Ttarsaaaca.
Btf Mm ride."
Edward Caiy, my other companion, received
frtim hia father a fortune of five thousand
pounds. At the age of nineteen, be took hie
drgree at Yale with singular boirar. The pro.
feision of the law suiting best hit capacity and
inclination, he atudied this science under the
most approved maeten, and at trenty-one he
appeared at tbe bar. I never shall forget the
day when he made hh first plea. All Apple,
berry went dowoto hear him, for Edward waa
a favorite of tbe people s and well he might be,
for there wat'nt a single ono in the village but
eould teU of some good and kind things be had
The cause he plead wae for a poor widow
woman. Tou may remember her it was old
Mrs. Brown, who told rinrerake and beer
just north of the court house. She had an
only daughter, a aweet roe bud, just jeteif
teen, who vu the solace and delight of her Gfh.
An unfeeling landlord demanded the sacrifice of
Hary, or threatened Her rata
Well, the- court waa opened , the - wkaeese
examined and It came to . Edward's turn to
apeakr- lie -roaefr-Oh ! -he was - a handwime
man, but now be look d. pale 1 Jus p trembled 1
and his white hand shook. My heart trembled
for fear he would act go oft." By-and-bye hie
voice rose r his cheeks resumed their color he
raited his arm moat gracefully, ar.d his eyee
pariiee. aou roigni nave neara a pin tail.
He, in one moment, did stir up the feelinn so
against the hard-hearted landlord, that every one
. . J.I - ft. . . . ft. I. . M. 1
t in rage, una men ne paime ur ine snner.
itigs of the wido w and orphan. " In spite of me
1 cried like child. I nevor loved hin half so
well in .my life, pur parson Lreroember, said
t v "i. ftV !t fi . I
I left bim on the eve of beinr married to Ett.
nice fiearttYee. She was worthy of him the
sung sweetly 1 could spin fifty knota a day, and
the parson's wife waa heard to My that " she
made the best pudding of any one io the village
except herself.' .
flow, until the tonrtn day of last October. I
had not been to Appleberry for eighteen jreara,
Justas the old Iowa clock struck 4, I entered
the village. My heart fluttered, t look around
in hopes to meet the welcome of my friend. A
gloom and solemn stiffness seemedt o pervade the
village. Presently the-bell tolled a funeral
procession approached. 1 a'ighted at the Inn
and immediately enquired who. waa dead I
Alas I the day r exclaimed the tavern-keeper
(who did not enow me, "there goes the re
mains of a man, who eighteen years ago, wit
the moat promising youth m all the country.
Fortune i education, ccniua, all united t
render him every thing. But tbe morning ait
Tias the noon-tide Mm and the evening
etine, have withered the finest flower in na
ture's garden. Poor Eay ! God reat him!
Edward bad beeif IeTaarsiUTa. Intemper
poverty and wretchedness followed 1 and he
who might have reflected honor 00 his country,
poison! by- gmg-died a beggar.'- Bat,-Tnen
of genius, tread lightly on his ashes, for he wis
yonr kinsman 1" and if you would avoid bis fate.
declare with my friend Active, 'that M you and
eaoe are sworn eoemies."
J?irtsTeiv-Irr--the-tate -of Delawetey
the Governor, who belonga to the Adamt
party, his appointed every oflker df the
state government, down to the constables,
from that party. The Frederic kttown
rtrw giver t lisrf'fftfjis'r r.' tyhd
:tTj!n hi Ibi
lateradmintstration oartv in Marvland.
latel adminutraiioh pariy in Maryland
during the last lour yeara The persona
removed are county officers, Justices of
the Peace, trnstees of - the poor aod 3
constables The , aame paper estimates
the whole number of oRkera removed in
Maryland by the tame party, at 98 f, ex
ceeding, m the ratio of too per cent, the
number of cbfages made by the General
Government throughout the whole Union
and as ten to one to the removals of clerks
at Washington; These removal too- h
should be recollected wet for me rev dif
ference of opinion Thb might be ca
led proscription, wereitviaei that theif
(wo italetire the party wild Mate the
most nolstngsinst the dismissal of public
dcfaultersind otbert at Washington.
lIO.NjRj TD THE PRESIDENT. -. '
On wJnesdtyi the 8tb intt. Gen.
Aanitcw Xckso! the Hero of Orleans,'
and now (resident of tbe United States,
left W.ahi igton City on a tlklt to Old
Point Cohort. He wat attendcJ by the
Sacntarietof the Navy and War Depart
menu, bvl the Postmaster Genersl, by
General Mpomb, Commander in 'Chief
of tbe Amy, Gen. Bernard, of the Engl
Deer Cbri G ana r at G ibsoot-.Cem mod
orei Rogei and . Wetrlngtmr of the. Naf y
-Board, Mafrt Donaldson and Green, xnd
Lieat. Wneresr.lw mmr ale
.nrA tve following memberioftbo
frnilletfcf -adviJBadt of
Oepartnnti Eaton, niece of
the Prudent, Mrs. Eaton Mrs Barry,
Mrs pnaldapo of the President's family,
to daugbtert of the Secretary of the
N'y and Mitt M'Corob. v . ?
On . landing . at Old Point, from the
Jtesm Boat, the- President waa greeted
with e aalute of 14 guns from the gsrri
son, and received the military honors 4ue
to bis rank, from the Uattalion stationed
at the Post, who were drawn uo a thoVt
distance from tbe wharf ready to receiv
him. - '' - '
A Committee from Norfolk met the
President at Old Point, and invited him
to visit tbe borough and receive the hos
pitality of Its chiaane. Thiv the Presi
defH accepted, having verbaly returned
his acknowledgemeftte. He wat also so
licited to visit Portsmoudt, aod partake
of a public dinner,jto which the President
1 repljedjbitjtaywoqld bejip ahorei to
prevent hit accepnng meir invitation to
dine, but lha AewoeiWpeMen- hour In
t wuiuutn,on ms way to Nortoih at anv
place to be designated by tbe committee,
wnere ee wotid be bappy tar meet bit fel
low citicens. lie did to tod wat greeted
witn oemonttattont of respect and cordi
ality. A salce of 24 guns wat fired from
a battery of four 13 pounders. - At Nor
folk, upon thi Steam Boat nearing the
Wharf, e aalt te waa fired In handsome
style, from kSe Revenue Cutter, ffeai,
t-apt. vOody,lying in the stream, and tbe
PreMent waa waited upon on board by a
Committee df tbe Court and Commit
Council, and k number of citizens, was
addressed by jfKm. Maxwell, Esq. on be
1 half of theaabottllei, ind with hit suite
he was esco'ted to the -platform at the
retry "hart, where he wat received with
Military hpnert by a Battalion o Volun
teers, composSd of theJoHplk Cavalry,
Junhrt, ' Capr, Grbbonsr and the' three
-Companies from Pvriimouth,-;who were
drawn up in a handsome, well dressed
line extending from the Wharf nearly to
the Steam Boat Hotel.' The President
hd lulre, havfrig paaseTthe front of the
line, h broke Into column and escorted
them tooAneon'f Hotel, where acrommo'
datkms had bren provided for their reccD
t iotb by -the Corporate atrthomieViend
families had twtceded them. - -
A great number of Citiaeni: Ladies and
TTlt.i -tit. J - w '-r-r r "
uuuiutr oiviuicni, Liauics ina
suite and the Ladiea of their families,
duting the evening, and were received
with the greatest affability and respect.
.From Havung ..,.Bf the schr. Lovely
Kexia, Caot. Macwllliam. arrived yester
day from Havana,' wejiay j thepepeyt of
that city 10 iherthinit .and a4nce cur
rent of the 4th. We received tbd follow
ing letter front our correspondent, dated
Havana, July Tib f-r'" -' :
"Diy before yesterday morning, the
expeditbn against Mexico went out moat
briliantly the troopt full of enthusiasm.
The trsns ports were the following ves
sels I American thine Robin Hood, Cap
lain Evans ; Roger IftUiamt, Capt. Mt
her; AWAamJCapt. rnVon,Cspt.
Smith Am. brigt Chilian, Butler Cor
nelia, Capt., Constant, and the So. brig
Catalma, with Ssoff troopt. Ships of
war,, line tbin Soterano, fntrstea Lealtad
liti(tRe'tldfracWt ahtTBriga tSajftve and
iameaa." Admiral Lauorde haa gone as
crmanjejtLlheL-aQuadron, ar.d can
land from hit thtp 800 marines, well
armed and disciplined, in case of need.
The expedition ie furnished with from
410,000 to W0.O0O doltore." :
Accompanying otsr papers, we received
coramsder of the Spanish - army, - and
Gen. Yivs, Governor General of the Is
land of Cuba, ceiling on the inhabitants of
10 joiq me avanaara 01 meir vmg,
and mist thia; rhe'rlrat divFsrohr the
army to llatoraxordee to Mexico, end re
establish the allegiance of ita inpabitants
to their lawfut eovoreqrm Gen. Barradat
aigns himself as Commanding General1 of
toe vanuuarov m-?-- ;-.v;
' We have also received a proclamation
addressed to the soldiers of the expedi
tionfrfim their Commending General. ;
" vm Charktton Cour
Abrafiartt Pontell, a criminal b the
Maryland PenhentiarT broke out by
aawking an aperture through a wall 37 in
chea ihkiu ;' Hit companion, who was
nxhtr more corpulent, ttuck fast in the
wall, and had to cry opt for hclp
Circuiiittantii alter c5(t.-TU9 N.B.i
Fredonian corhplalns that Mr, Adams was
cejufed for appointing membera et
Congress to oflke, and that General Jack
ton btt done the tame thing. The dif
ference it just this 1 Mr. Adams appointed
the very men who made him President,
lie appointed Mr. Clay, and without Mr.
Clay'a yote and influence he never would
have been elected. He appointed Mr.
Scott 'to office, and without' Mr. Scott'a
vote, he could not have succeeded.' lie
appointed Jlp.'.Cook to office) and on Mr.
Cook's yote ' his own election depended.
Ue promised Mr. Warfiaid an appoint
ment, and MryyarfieldV-Totd gate jfltn
the Jtate of M7y landPi. this" mew ht
Conrresa frem wbic b Gen.. Jackson, te.
(acted some of his officers Jied nothipg 1q
dcTwIth making; the President.The
reople-nad accomplished that matter
themselves, and,'ccDsequently, the re
motett suspicion ofcorroption Is removed
from the conduct, of Gen. Jackson.
The objection to Mr. Adams was, that he
selected h very men to whom he owed
hit own office, and that tinder circum
stances calculated to raise a violent pre
sumption of bargain and tale. -
... Trenton Emporium.
Chinete Doing t. Judire Taou lately
,eot e special magistrate to try e cate io
the evening, and then went in disguise
among the crowd to bear the trial. Uur
ing one of bis walka in disguise, he had
to take shelter from the rain in an eating
bouse, where a police runner recognised
bim, and knelt down es is nsusl, to do
the Judge reverence The Judge, how
ever, did not wish to he known, and after
hit return home, tent for thejrupner,on
whom he inflicted 60 blows, to teach him
more camion for tbe ia ' -T'
Judge in patting through e narrow street
saw e poor woman, with her breast, ex
posed, suckling a child at the door. For
thii want of modesty he ordered her im
mediately 30 slaps on the face ; and her
husband 40 blows, for not baaing taught
his wife better manners ! - Such are the
doings even of good men, under a dea
Rhetoric Mr. Webster, in hie argu
ment on the case pending in the Court
of Equity, Boston, alluding to an allega
tion in the indictment, rather derogatory
to e person how no more, made lbeJol;
lowing teriMe remark 1 ff any two of
that man's bones were held together by
any ligament, and could be conscious of
l,hJS unhallowed indignity,- they would
kick .agalniuhe cofliol ..Mr.. Wirt in . bis
reply seemed to think that if auch were
the case wtth theTe mains or all men im
prachedi there would be a terrible rat
tling among the dry bonce, t'
ri)r.fftfrhn.--vAirorresD6ndenf 6f the
ojltimore KepuWicao, in noticing two
new indictments against the Doctor, cou
pled with discoveries of new frauds, con
cludriaaTollowsi . '
. Here are seven distinct casea of fraud
committed tin the Treasury: during the
teart-U2f and-1838-The -airKMin-f)f
t public money '.hut- optalncirtit-tyrrYraT
kina it at follows 1 -
Requisition charged to Ilambletoa
Sfioti in the an. In looking through
a telescope yesterday, we noticed at least
a dozen opaque epots on the sun's due.
They are generally small, aod a good
deal scattered. It ie a eurious question,
and one which is riot fully decided, whe
ther or not these spot have any connex
ion with the coolness of the season. In
some of the coolest summers aince the
commencement of the present century,
similar tpott have been observed in con
siderable numbers, and some of them
s,ary4arge":''"yJwfwf Oj Owrrf
Carolina, it appears that jo the city and
suburb of Charleston,' there- is a de
crease io the white population aince 1817,
of between alx and seven hundred the
number h 181? being- 17,706 and at
present! 7 ,303T he Yeason assigned 1
the almost enure desertion of. the upper
part of King street, a section of the dis
trict which was exceedingly populous
and t hri vin r at "the period w hen the, lati
ceristls was laken.
Germa ;Siftc r.. ...Tbei Ne w Tork
Evening Post states, that a composition
of metals hat lately been invented. in Eu
rope, which is recommended tor the man
ufacture of teryicet of plate-, and other
ankles now made of silver. It strongly
resembles that metal, to much so that it
is said it cannot be distinguished from it
by the public in general. The metals of
which it Is compounded are copper, tine
and pickel, unmingled with any portion of
silver.. .The Goldsmith's Hall in London,
have issued a caution against any frauds
which may be practised with this imita?
tton-cf the nobler melal, -
Br dcclilon of the French ChamUi
of Deputlev, the late Keeper of the Seals,
01. de 1 eyronnet, is ordered to be sued
for nearly 8000 ttcrltng, expended by
him la furnishing and enlarging hit .of
ficial residence, without the previous con
tent or authority of the Legislature the '
majority against the ex .Minister 00 tbd
vote wat 186 to 144. , t "
The Protestant Epitcopsl Convention fof
ih,e diocese of Maryland, adjourned ita"
annual session" on Saturday last, without "
being able, 'to appoint successor to the
late Bishop Kemp. . . .
Prtnftervnt ' Comftanif -i.The "FrankUri"'
Company of BMtoh k'a declared e jn-
dend of f per tebt Tojr the laat six months
The tame office 'hat divided ' 43Merf
cenfrla thff lisnwh yeait anda hair
Jntoxication.mA log house, in Man
hesier, N. York was barnt on the 33d
ult. 'end two childxen perished.-Their
psrentt . were found toon after, ondei a
fence, in a atate ol Intoxication.
Aicrchanti and MecSixnici.....K tbd
merchanta of Carlisle,' Pa. but fsb, have
signed a paper, agreeing on their part to
cease, hereafter, importing such anklet
as the mechanics of that place propose
to make at substantial, fashionable aod
cheap at can be purchased In the cities
Barbecue --The Richmond Compiler
has favored the public with the derivstion
of the work Barbecue t Barbb, beard
ccaT (queue) tail "from the beard to
the tail 1 or, as tbe KenVuckians ssyrgoing
tho whole bog."-
Tbe brig Lochiel, of Liverpool, hat
been found io the river Nuner, Africa
with the captain, mate, and crew all deal
on. board. tinder deck. .
..Liberal Contributhn,.STkr R4: T)rr-;
Ttite, of Virginia, haa recently obtained ir
Boston, 81741 in cash, and 8 1 900 to
subscriptions, tor the benefit of the Theo
logical Seminary over which he presides.
Yale College has now 473 students in
the establishment, via. 34 Theological.
SO Law, T8 Medical, 7. resident Gradu
ates, end 335 under .graduates.- There
are 34 Professors and Tutors.
Hinton McKinney, who has been coti
fined in Jail .at Raleigh, for nearly four
years, under sentence of the Federal
Court hat received from the President a
remission of the sentence for tbe remain
der of his confinement.
heBank qf the United ' Staterhtt it'
dared a dividend of three and a half per
cent, an the capitol stock for last shr
months. , .
.-The Newport Jlercury of Saturday lase
qejeirt Mercury waV
first published in this 16 wn, (June; i tsi.y '
by James Franklin, elder brother of Dr
Ben jahuoTr ahklini'--
tefiedttiitntht eavetaaT Henht''
slates that by the Eclipse line of st)ges, a
merchant arrived at Cleaveland in threo
daj,nd a half-from ihe-city-of New
York, a distance .of about fire. hundred .
and eighty miles.. I...
The Easl India Company is 7O,0W,0CflX
in debt, vqual tcril till 1.1 M doltartT
Mutability of Fortune. The Newber-
ryport Herald, says, -The rout ability of
fortune is strikingly exemplified in the
fact, that a citixen lately died in the me
tropolis, whose estate was appraised at
2300,000, who fifty years ago, carried
mortar in a hod at the -building of the
brick house at tbe corner of Union and
Green streets. :
Burning out a Schoolmoiter.Tht in
habitants of a district : in Massachusetts
having aomr diuuie relative to a teacher,
tome of them set fire to aud burned down
tbe school house.
Ta prevent voundi fnm mrtifuinf. Sprinkle
auar on them. The Turks ah fresh wound
with ine, and sprinkle aurar over them. Ob-
ttinufe ulcere may be cured with augar dissolved
in a strong decoction of walnut leaves;
Univertal Languor e.Tht foreign Re
view says, that a mathematician of Hei
delberg, M. Burger, aas announced a sys
tem -of mvemrtangTiagtrby" Which a-'
correspondence may he hept lip, on easy
and certain principles by individuals , ot
with each other's native -language. The
acquisition of tbe system will ' scarce!
require two days, r - ; .
Prom JBuenoi duret...... We lesrn froror
at the 39th May, the city of Buenos Ayres
was still closely invested by the troops of
Lopex and Boss. There had been some
occurred. ' Lavalle, ProyincuLiroyernM
and the Montcnsros had possession of the
suburbs. ; " The latter were the most pop
ular among the citiaens. .V. V. Courier-;
Sea Sotvae. ...... Tako forty-five drops
of I'udanurn when your ship is passing
the narrows, if you have a desire to bo
welt during the passage, and eat your al
lowance, ib ,u
There arc three parte of business
the preparation, the debate or exam-"
tnattrtn. ant) the eirerution. ' If Vol!
60k for desnatch. let the middle only7
be the;-work of many, and the first aSjl
laat tiiwcrtof fetri",'