V.ia fl I'.fJ .!r)f,l!iP
j u.Cu :t 10 the fiy-Wt.
' uj1 lnr'ut to be
lt!f. Had thcr bn
1 ,y of Rrailcy'a sweep
. Utter Would txA ttt
'cvter to t! world. Mr.
'uUUhlnf tb epUfc, U
I i L.Utiii inn HpJillr
l US IUM WfVM
1 could net well tali
a .w7M.,.vi." . t
,1 bo the iccouot o
I t-mtr nffici j1 flairs.:
r r - - - - -
him vf suudry act',
zs of . your, which
J unfitness for the
iter : Gcncr-l, and
lubly lead to yoar
aj, if known to the
e were told hlni with
to you. fio fPrer
ubiect bad theft bcea
e defay arose row a
Ue tuy ittn .which
offspring of rceeoU
thcr reflection, bow.
hr have, it if" my duty
havitr a proper re.
The Llfoiii,: anirbia from the New
ark (N. J- lntelli.;cn'.er. It iU be
found iu'ercttlng Inasmuch it profct
set, (correctly we hvetr0 doubt) o
spesk the sentiments of Gen. Jackson on
the subject of removals from office, end
alludes particularly to lh cs of Mr.
Murry,lho lite consul l Liverpool. e
sk the friend end foes of Ociu Jackson
to resd this srikle It cinnot but gratify
hit admirers, nd, we should think, will
be scee ptabl to those whu honestly ' op
pose Ids sdmlhiura'ioti i m . . ,
- "Pawing through-your Utag,l
rested, by In beauty, to remain a M
daft t jiod, taking PPr t h H
Ul, amoflit nf trit change icnt
the VesenV administration, I, perceived
a crane rapr rotbrtog P tht .case of M
Murrt, late Consul at Liverpool. Being
etidaniaity present. wlun a fi lend of Mr.
J.irtiuoUU fcMl ihe-xwiwaraaiioa.
t ht- Mt t-mrrnn nc fiviwi vr
' i n '
ct,or hia . . coun t ry ,
ual bavin 2 a uue re
which pi.t hititt the
y to ajiy one WHO is
Heioxf no loager your
aa now become my
duc fortni to ;the
Treat wry, that you
camcntl ' I have alo
(r indebtedoes' to;tne
wuiiind'dollLrs, is as
I.n.l tnll.r-llf Lhlr it
whatever t that .he
ell. a " a tjWverVlhaf
xcurpatioru which late-
he Tcleifaph ia cciuaU-
. - r x --
ommorj cse common
c'uittU of the ijupTcnic
bt)iir(a - nf -the -United
Tias'al wavi been my
W sire to pats smoothly
it ot niCj'io avoiu every
: it that was practicable
:ndjricfd iff do acta of
jidncss to all who came
son, , hat the public is
y y Qaiu P) menu ana
the -amount of nearly
housand dollars j and
hardly , aix months in
therefore, i of making
uiona is no less ifidia
if uhprcasani, ITalw
icrefore, that you will
ind resign a situation
re so entirely unfitted.
lawr thathe President
you frtm 'office his
ive i and if he was tle-
you, which I am con-
ot bej add should hesi-
Mtl'presenttate-- f j
lie couuirvi uriotr oa a
lrii;;hmeut, whlcri, althor
Me .tQft pftweriui and
of. its reaching matur
't3Tl him Inexpressible
f.f i . . n ytl
il I. i
tt r tt ltT !
Yua will oMi,:e M3y RrU c -
nnrkt a f !ice in your PP-f;
A NKW IIAMiIIinK MAN.
r, S. It mtr be thought thse 1 am re
turning from Waihington with a coin
mhion in my pocket but I aitaro yoo 1
i.lif d Wa.hingtort with no tucb morie.
f did not vte for Oan. Jackson nor Mr.
Adams, neube'r bcior rar choice ,snd
mr fint vitlf to Washington h Mar, was
to sea the capital, and themso whom I
believed totalir dirjat)ified for PretideDt.
I'relurn, Sir, to siture tnf friendcthey
ha? d nothing to fear ; and cm aafelf ad
viae them, that Andrew Jackton woul
not pluck a hair of M.ldo 'lo-glji'io
Louitians. Ererf section of the Union
will be dealt with alike. The) man's mo-
baiinu Th!svle of Oen. Jackton it
triilr Jils dwn.'ind 'unrivalled, as to the
ehkjaence of the heait. Mr. H , of
Viririnie, sooke of th i;e nd lon ser
vires of Mr. Blurry, his hberaiii snd he
octolence iu supportiutr and p-otextmpj
our unfortunate countrjrmeu i EnUuUi
Oen. Jtcktoti replied : m
Witb respect tot ho consuUte at IA
efpoohtbe emolurpent of that titiuiipn
are ret. J appreciate the chancier of I
Mrt Murry; as highly as it (,esere. I
doubt not your ttaieineut, that a v;rf
partof hKprofi's are applied lo benevo
lent purpotes. Our country mjn are pro
Verbially pro,i(?l j' ilir , bounties
broad, Hut, Sir, in the oo;;prrioi of
fhiny yor, a convidorable sum uun
have- bftn tttracjf d . ll a ir.whitr I
cool.d nsat think he thn;ili.wiielyjitKect t
the aopport of his cJechnin f4rt in eje
and indepeodenf : and wherf, Sir, U
mo askou, fonld ' patriot ih to send
tnoa ycars lleie he qui
led. which he seldom doct, the a;oiro'
ptitvf.Sir.Walter &tut, .
"Breathes theie a man, with soul so
1 would not, Sir, for all the honor and
wealth that office can bestow, spcud ten
year successively out of Tcnnetsee, or.
at least, alienhte myself from the soil of
America and . if Mr. M. tlots not feel
those attachments does noi find with
I each year a lengthened and more onerous
wosld excite in sounieersal a dajree the
intsrest; and awAb.io exenteJy lhe
felinji of the western people, as the ac
qiisition of this prorioce. Lying opoo
tee borders of the new and flourishing:
settlements of the Sooth-western States
possessing a cllmsta salubrious, health;
fal and nteatartt i comnrisine ia Its exten
,i,c area every variety of soil capable of
supplying in abundance, the 'rarest aiu
most vsluatle productions ; supplied with
noble and aavigsble streams, viib an eX
tended line f lea cost Indented with
bays, hirboors and iolcts, and spotted,
with islands: variegated iu its external
surface' with hills and dales, with peren
nial fountains and aparkRog streams of
pure water containing in ita subterra
nean recesses mines. of all the precious
metals bi profince Is naturally looked i
to i h wihhfiil eagerness by the Ameri
can people- li is just that it should be
so, and the American President who an:
nrxet this fair region to the already ex
tensive territory of this Union, win place
4. wrcihof uifdwK pUndMir upon his
own brows. Wc hope this distinguished
honor is reserved lo Andrtv) J act ion ;
and that his dei'inv may be, to continue
a parallel line of conduct lo the end which
has already assotia'ed his name wilt) that
of the illuitrious JerriasoN.
ttta : I ..: :. .:
c r ; !iuuntry lcn:r wj, a ! 'rr ,!J
Cj .)'. Porter by tbo I'tcu let t tf cx;,
en his Icasiour co .try.
.S.Vfrr l)n Ihivid i'ortcr.
hr Pear Sir i liy yvur atten'.ive note,
I sm informed of the determinst'i you
have come to, to retire to the United
Htates sad to the bosom of our fiuly,
considered as you arc at this moment,
that you cannot bo of service to lb He;
I give you thtnkt' h the nsue of rny
country for the very important services
you have rendered it, durinic your com
mand In oar Marine, and I do ool doubt,
whatever event may occur, you will show
the same tneroaity as you have don be
fore, towards a" country In which you.roay
count on many and true friends
tion, your friend, wh' kissa your hand.
,V tun- - - . . .' V , UUMWtdiW,
m - r - rv m - it- 0 - . m
IiKencer.or ute oate maaes rocnuyn wi
sn tftyptian oiummy,wairn wasirecui
ed to the Philosophical Society of thai
City, by the late, John Blake, Esq. and
which has reccotly undergon a complete
xaminajion by that body. On unfolding
the bandages in which the body was wrap',
there was discovered a copper plate with
hieroglyphics engraved lhreon. the in:
terpreta'.ion of which made koentbs; bu
rineit and character of the ilcceed, nd
the time ud place at which thebKly,was
embalmed. The time proved to be dur
ing the reign of Mannatses lh Mh,c.Jird
bv the Orre ks Menophiti of the dyftatty
of Maniteb, and faiher of the renowned
Sessii. MuHiiataes wat the e'lKhteeoth
of the Egyptian Kings, and asceiided the
throne . 149? years baloie i Uc -bir U ul
lemporarteoosly with Moses. 1 h en
graving also states, ihauhe deceased was
an inefcose bcaftr and secretary' of tlA
relics of the God Mandoii at Theheii
which situnioii he uccupied about So03
( . - , . -)
j - 'S.XJ'S
oa las w trial tac tnu,
At a meeting of th Members hf th Anio
f.r, i .1 1'T.crra tt lh Court, on FriJy, til
Mil tH-toUer, A. V. Jhn GUttriu, y.
a railed to lh Chair and Jno. A, Melt,"
ljoirc, Hferctary when ilia following tt
lion was offered aiul unani.noa! adopted i
In teMimony of vuf b'g h r-vJ
lh, Honorable J1I.N liiLllH, dislKijuUiic i
fiUff.ber of thU bar, that John li, ktilv,
Utforg C. Mcbdwhlull, h ppoiutt(j a
commute for and on bcl.alf oTihit ntetint '
wait upoti and rtj'itfb"' M pairul'c of a 4'
er, to ti funiiabcd for tb oceaMun.
t .14 pursoane of ta preceding revolution,' (tar
foiiothigtote w iuih tuidis ycc&'iT ""7
.j, 4iaf.VVe,aia couiioiUte for and on hn
oTiUelamiirfa $JttieJurn Hrf wHf
vf the Courr.'are'trittortivd yrs'ott Hie ,vu '
ure of your company at a Dmni-r, rh0
MdUtd at Jlui'i Ltnif It, ttoa iUyt 0mo
o'clock, thia being the- laf opj.uitjof i(
(ifyiug our poraoiial ailaob.iient tuwlljlU rtr,f(j
1 for our private v'uiuc aiid Jitingutaliw J uicwa
ui member of iL A.taun ur, before your
prture (br VkLinjjtort Cit, to atKuJ to t
pohlie alfairs oflL nation, a a Kf1'ct. tt.iitt
in th kt Congrea of (be t'i'ted States, Iroa,
frotothu llHU Cortjjrwlol DtsUici of Kori
Cio'tiia 1 And we beg you recti vo our
vidual congratutAlifna on the prcnt occsiiusr
and rest aauKed, ' il atTortli u great p'rauT to
kave been the ortiia selected t3 vvije
blgb rvgaid ti.Vcriiuucd fur you.
With SvnuineiiU of lii hthcat respect ssj
eatcetu, sre reinaij yrurH. Ue. -
- J.N J It, KEUr, ,
- - , - - - - i ' i
To tobkh the fullowi;-rejly wis Kre.rcl;
' H'nJ.V tut. i
GaBtLtii(: sour Utter, cevcrmg- a re- .
lion of the Members oi'lho Ai.-xi iiU .
lreATdjiJL iU.dq .norsvldbc 4.:.
tiuciin roy brothers of the IW. I am ni : t
That these loir ane extensive provinces
once belonging to this country cannot bu
doubted that they were abandoned, lost
chain, drawing him towaras his naii.e and sacrificed by Mr. Adams, is equally
land, he should not be entitled, artbe ex
pens of lh country, which he nominally
claims, to the emoluments of an office,
if he does feet patriotic tove, his tecall
will awaken other feelings than prejudicei
against me, for doing nothing in personal
dislike, but all in unison with principles
springing; from love of thav country and
MwisU to restore what I conceive a fund
emental rule in popular governments, of
claims'. But, Sir, my conscience acquit
m of personal prejudice l shall go on,
wills fwkic--gaui(. ui vie w, :eorca,...and I
cureless ul suvii ODncqueiir.es asprro:j-
a I sple etiTs wak e rV db y a v a r ice y p a
duce. I hope to see MrT3lu'ry , pr-f as
ti lVitUful public agent r give hint my hjnd,
. Celebration at .Viaara. A gentleman
who witnessed the performances at . the
Fal's, . on hef b intt. hss communicated
to the. editors xJ th Nw York Commer
cial the following particulars : About 3
o'clock, the schooner Superior-appeared
in ight. towed by a small oar boa:. Wjun
within a short uisiance of 'the.. rapids, the
small hoM made for the shore. The Su
perior fame dowit in tr.e cei.tr of tho
s hr!',Kl. between. Goat. Island.. and the
Cucuda shore. - On the first plunge into
the rapids," the masts of ibe schooner felt
overboard, with" ci ash s he then drag
ged down few rods, and stuck. fast on a
" rt rs r 4 A n
baiog ''Jio hcreditarylor lift ffice. AViihfock. to the great disappoinment of the
respect to valuable public servants, should
they become indigent from circumstan
ces where no improvidence is charge
able, i think-they have a lien for faithful
beneficial services, upon the public for
protection against want ; and I have no
doubt they- will' find, at all times, the
legislative bodies willing to assist them.
I feel do cowardly anticipations of
hostility."! do not expect to please ev
ery body. ' I may frequently be disap
pointed in changes mad (Vom the best
moiiveTThoae console me
in such an event; snd the reflection that
the wisest ere but fallible beings, will
enforce caution in the men and measures
I may appoint, or propose." . y -
Miv shook hanih wrrh the Pf esiden t7
on retiring ; and Mr., Boston,.
adverse papers, upon wnicn un. Jack
aoajobaer-ged ; r . : -
lentTU-blu kltribule llm seminioiti of
rorr. A corroponoeiii 01 lis se'- iConti.arU in tr.j resolutiuti, to a t) i. .r. , , v
burg Intelligencer, -pnaking cf the par-1 0,1Uu; ltf u14! f, an.i r.f,t .;, ?
graph concerning VVcstern P.ork rwhichrou aU occaw. u.
that ono person alone, f.om. that place, ;cuurc U . ,. , !t.;M, ,.:
ha boorht sever! lots, amounting o no i .... w-, .
fewer than 10.000 hogs, til of which bre
now, or soon will be, on their wiv to that
alonir the rood never was so cheap;
ibis circuinsinnce Totie, will brmg down
Urge drovea all oihtCtsta'.cmeul to the
contraiy noi withstanding.
cuii.cciion, ilk; O'ir.ii' t:iu wU-ii tco.iri : a.
pracucc at the Anaon tiar, tuc.v lv l.ap.x.ioi
he -Hichmond marketr. Feedrrr"-,LJ"wr-w ,r t,.
was so cheaa: "d w u,e aprooM.o.i . my awn -ct-.
III kliowleJ ol tU tad
AVri Ma h oh tkr-Uiiited "Atfrt. We
learn from the Dailv AJvertiscrof jester
rlay, that Abraham Bradley, Ksq. recent
ly employed in ihe'Post-fiffice depart
ment, ha issued proposals to publish
MBp of ihe-United Stotesii otw-plttrjjjy
Mr. liradley ih doubtless weji sjuauneo
for such o undertaking.' -Acquaintedi
from persons4 experience in the depart-
'-, t.iat in .OivJuct Lit
beco apprevedby M) ui jllie. liu-yeri
Centle.iitil, w umtt a:.:zrate ;ri 'J.-nti bui)
I klatl Carry wiih iuc a rc-woilcvi im tjtt km
cicty U" each other. Ik pI!iaod, gsr.tit ; -!eiVto
accent, tr,youiJvti aidiaoia; i'UZmj tf
resent, tho' hotnie of my htif. bcie crcry
pulc beats in union williyuur bt :tere&:.
to'L servudt, ,
MessrVtrf. AVaa,l r )
add mucb addmonal mfarm-Mon toth
geography of the country, J- Cour. M fim
manv thousjnd spectators who crowded
the bunksof these mighty waters. There
is no doubt the vessel would have reached
the gicat cataract without any other inju
ry thun the loss of the masts, had she not
unfortunately comedown the very shal
lowest part of the channel.
W aUo teaan that, on the next day,
Mr. Patch marie? a jump down a distance of
a liuudrrd feetilut we are " not informed
from what point.
.. A 4scnso f innocence preserved 4me
?rom intemperance, under certainly the
I severest calumnies,, and the most vindje-
iitb aaciaiuna uuj - v.aitvabs ever
birth to-but Jus D3$t and the
nl have cancelled all the jLiiurlcsa
nun iiiumcu. i icii is iniiici iba
that New England con-
00 splidles in their , fac-
ouras for the lont; yarns
be Tariff.'" X: , . '
through it own -Armpwould he vilified
aoroao, ana uscon sequences acprecated
urbance, too. great for
esr jr; ; Youtan: there
od, and. ought, there
kiifcouhf, ta gfo
tely, i This meaiure I
mi me pain oi dciop a
J.t For whatever has
io. wish to depreciate
v.ou ot your fneDds.
of the great contracts
I' to come into your
roper efforts for pre-
Sir, your obedient
y, Pstiaf. Gen.
Extract of a letter from Rio do Janeiro,
dated Aug. I :
'Tho Marquis of Palma, who went to
Europe on the 20th June, in the Brazilian
frjgjitej.Majitibeib). basJeen tltargd-
by the Lmperor .to settle the affairs o(
.Jfoi-ttigai; ri here rsTreporr here," whicii
is generally credited, that the Emperor
ha-ar-length - gtvenrup the " idea and
wivfl his rigbt fo grant a Constitutional
Chisr'. to- Krtugat; and - rhatOTTthtf
condition both Spain and England will
compel Don Miguel to leave Portugal and
restore, that Kingdom to its legitimate
sovereign: and that these Power: will
guarantee to the Infant Don Miguel the
enioyment of the revenue of th Casd
in the opinion of other patriots, upon
dignity of this first of Republics ;
azeu.tates tbaUbe Society of Fjrlejud
have ofeahized a" Bible Society, under the
title of u, Bible Association of Friends in
Amfrica.' Thaw intono to nuhlisli an
consoled myself with the hope, that its octav0 edition of the bible, in largo type
ana on nne paper tor general uistriontion.
JF. Prince piopiietor of the Lin
naean Botanic Garden and Nurseries, near
New York, will forward catalogues of his
establishment gratis, to any persons who
desire them. A line per mail will suf-'
fief; and such editors iscbuse will tc
copy this notice. .
Th U. S. t.Ioop Vincenus, h to cii
cumnavigat iho glabe-Ott-hei.ietui)Jlo
the United Stutea from Valparaiso. She
will pass the islands io the Pacific and
Chinese Seus, sisif some ef thefprihcipal
commerciui trnpoiiunis in Southern Asia,
and call at the Cape ut Gowd hope;
ihe occasion : , '
Our respected Brother, Jn oGiles, i dis'
t'uiguiihed bliko ia 'liio waika of priv vnd
jnibjic life, lor urbanity fcdcriei3t deportment;
the war meat naiahea oi ihc .cttien of the lc
uuumpanv Uioa, tg. .the .thoiu-rabl statiofl lo
which. he has b'i-a cWei by ti.e tree voice c w
1 cliiifehleUv.U l'eo,)lc." . ..
w a s consumed, togelh erwi
excessive licentiousness ' would react in a
salutary limitation by the people them
selves of its libellous propensities. You
may suppose that my love for Mrs. Jack
son excited ther most violentindignation
at the slanders heaped vp herit did.
Ilere,Sir,aII the feelingsof my bosom were
lacerated. No man whose feelings' are not
as intense as mine, can imagine my sufifer
ing ; -But let them sleep. " Yet, there is
one scoundrelll hold ;an alienT to every
pniKipie, iiuman or oivinew no aspersed
her in an obituary boticeV this wretcti
'A long Aewory.-Mr. day ha travel
led three hundred miles to the; preen
River County to eat a public dinner, but
his aDDetito was. adlr baulked, when,
instead of a dinner, Qiey presented him
with the followed resolution which he
introduced in Congress in the. year 1803.
' '" Retolved bfthe Senate and Home of
itcircaemanvet, 4 nat provision ougni 10
be made by taw for cokrcikg the hay-
mens of $9 much of tfit ftrincifiai bnd inter'
Suppoced to be, Charcls" King, editor oTtbp'f lfMdebtvvtnglby tht lettlcr mm ha been roKr
New York American ? : . o Green Hint c Aai iOimt du'i " V , j tareens stolen
li..- : . ., '..-'.J,.:.-- - - -...-V. 'W!j.!.f-Ay .iieiwiVi.;V.'
Penitentiaty StrfW. -W learn from
the Milledgsvillo Recorder, that the labor
ofjjhB convicts Confined in the. Georgia
Penitentiar? ha been found sufficient la
fttstmtintfn vratf Bou g & t h
money tor us support4:Jt nas- oen louno
any purt Of it. ' " 'S'
' The New-York Commercial Advertiser
says tlrat water of an excellent quality,
has been obtained, in that city by boring
fifty feet io thc rock, uuA our Jnmdred
feet through the 'solid rock below the slur
face. -T;iiewatef Hs' "eighteen yfeer
above the surface of fhe roct, und within
thirty feet ;o tlieIeyel of ,Uietreet,
Such i the supply that thifty ? gallons'
"minute bay been raised by a hand pump
throughout tho day, without any apparent
diminution of the sdpply. ! v
- -- j -7.y.;
The Tresiary of the State of yermoot
ha bleen brokeuj opvnratul, a bag of pis-
Mure Jrm2-.d-MM,tnT. tsanTinici7
aged 16, on of artsj.ecublj n.n in Edgeooibo
county, ui tbs alatc, - th;-o-n from hi horse
while' runulhg a jt-7 utv on tho luOi'iiit. atJ"
was killed iiiutitttieuu-!v ! Take warning,
joung' ii.ni (auj (.U 'xiif' too) n j forswear
h daiieroui Iboiiili, iludiiJld, and liscless
i n r a a I - . -
I hoUewgetown, p. i.l Jntemgejicer, ', oracAiCiiL
ot ine rth inst. suya, " i wo nine negioes
wr burnt to death on the plantation of
Mr. Francis WithefsTlast-weekUuunu
t he"bsence-of t he "pmotherr-1 h"lieto
houso in which they were, took fire, and
Worth Carena. It ia iwkl, that ef the 50
jneinbei whicli l c?jnj)yse .tije.JkXUtc.ul'eiuita
ieSiwTw'.ruor fiom tiorth-
Cuililina siv from Virginia, one from K bode
ffl la atid only-one-a native Of ffcnnesse5
JRenwvaU.-Vt would refer the candid reader; '
of whatever . political creed ktnay"bettoVii''rirr"'
tide in thia'uuy's rjarolinian, giving tbeoplniins
ojt'l'reaidant Jackaon ofrthe subject of remA-!
frohVoffieetlt'flf b'ose not'
MvTfaTii officers, . t mere
party o the 'hjixWlmijhi sitd u ,'r
be a facjit'Wjajl ascertained, that. twu-Juru of die ..
offices hi the gift of. the General Uovaiimn,
arc actually, at this time; hfiftl by persons whr
were decided partisans of the Adams and Clay
dynasty. vf hi is a most effectual refmauon of
the ceaseless cry of Pnwiption, wbicll is keitt
up'by tb ntaleoktents. " ( ' ,
"'SaUtK73lmerican Gitld .Krie.Con7 PoAzh
while in Mexico, travellckl roHes out of Iiis
Vay to bake a personal inspection of the Te
mascullc'pcc and Vanuxen Gold Mine in that
country be reports? tbt they are under the"
most econominal 'nd efficient management.'
Many citizens of the Cnitcd States are' intcres-
ted in these mines a and fcomi P ; hiade5- an inv
ipection fortheir special satisfaction and brt.
em j .juua evincing, an raeni ucsare io scrc ujy
ffouu yli-ii t vlffilvyTjfr t3JW?J'e