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fain "o. 31.
A AT n(Mr' Satnt Vin?fiia Orphan
' Aiyl im, it !e P'jCfet of Columbia.
o,. 1 lit it nifittrd bn the Sen
cte n'r! House of Rrpm'cnl atim of
frjf aistnhled That Williim Math.
Mji'Hcw Peaele, TfterS. ShreiN-r,
Thfrnaa Cartv-ry and Wiilijm Hickf?.
,nd :hf tr iurre.f In office are herrby
n,e, aecUred. and eonaiiimcd a rorpo
r,.ion and bmly pi'r. w nd 1,1 UcXt
k hve rnniinu.nre for ever, under the
Mmf, ,lend title or Sint Vinceni'a
Qrphan Airtum. '
Src 2- u father enieted, k nat
sll and lingular the land, Itnementt,
renta, lepariei; annniite, righta, pHvi
lr ttea. Root!, and chaueU, that may here
after be Riven, printed, told, devUed, or
bequeathed to Sint Vincem'a Orph.n
A,ylum, be, nd thef arc hereby,' eteJ
in, and ronfirmed to, the" aid corpor,
lion; ant! that they mv purchase, lake,
rereiTcahd enjnr all Und. tenement,
rent, annuities tiKl.ti, or privilera, or
fn, gnods, chattels or other effect, or
what kind or nate soever, which ahall, or
rnav hereafter-be eiven, pranted, aold,
Weitbrd, nr deviifd unto them, or
ei-herof them, as Trui:ee of the i3id
Avium, bf any peraon or peraoni, bo
Hies poliiir or corporate, capable or
makinj' nrh prnt, and to diapose of the
jime : PrwiJed, The ctear annual In
i ome of propertv to be arrjnired bv naid
rorpnration ahall. at no time, exceed the
Mim of five thnmand dollars.
5r.c 3. And be it farther rnactcd, Tht
he atd corporation, br be name and
Mf e aforesaid, mar.and ihailbe bereaficr
capable, id 1w end equity, to , sie and be
acd, to plead and be impleaded, within
-the District Columbia and claewhere,
.. .ffptnl a manner as other persons
- corporations can.Jue.or.b..V.?.d L'ili
that they shall aopt anc
eal, and the same to use. alter, or ex-
J. . tUmi tk- ma aD-
. . J .u A.m n.
point alien otnrera bhuct -
' ilim their
.-A , Utl their comneosati.,0, !
and to of them, and
appoint others, as often as they shall think J
fit - and the said eorpon'ton snail maw
Mich bv laws as mav be useful for the
f-overtiment ind sftpport. and for the pen
eral arComplishmentof the objects of the
Asylum, as herein-after mentioned ,'
iot inconsistent with the laws of the
onrl tint
1'nited States, or the law in force in the
District of Columbia, for the time bcinR,
and the same to alter, amend, or abro
pate at pleasure. H
Sac. And be it further enacted. That
there shall be a " meetinp or the repular
snnin' rontribu'ors to the support of
Saint Vincent's Orphan Asylum, in the
month of June, in each year, the hour.
anJ day and manner of Riving notice for
which, to be repuUed bv the by-laws;
at which meetinp, by thoe who from the
lays my be qualifird to vole, nine
icraale manapers shall .be elected, who
shall appoint a first and second Direc
tress, aod may fill all vacancies in their
o-n Board, until the next election;
that their duties shall be repulitedby the
1h- lavs: and the present managers may
rontinu; in oflice until the election in
June nest.
SEc. S And he it further evatted, That,
ih hc consent and approbation of the
P'rtm, puardian, or friends, who may
have the care of any male or female
child, or where a child may he destitute
of anv fries-l or protector, the same may
be recrivtKto Simt Vincent's Oxphan
Asylum, nlUr such regulations as may
be'mvle bic by-laws, and there pro
instrucJed, and supported; and
lev shall noOTierfBTftTB'eTwinifrrawfl,
nr be at liberty themselves to withdiaw
from the Asylum, withdiit the consent or
iismissnl of tne corporation aforesaid, un-
il, if a male, he shall have attained the
ae of twenty-one years, or, if a female
;he ape of eighteen years ; bnf, up. to the
apes'' aforesaid respectively, they shall
remain subject to the direction of the
said corporation, un!es4 they may, by the
?ame,bc exonerate-l trom service
,-vious to atiainiog thoae ages. reipecti5-
y and the iiij corporation thill hate
Molrife of omo useful trade, ore ups
(ion or profession, under such f, onditlont
mty Im determined ry the Ly laws,
copf f which condition shall be dell
e red to, and ihcf thall be Ending on ev
erf perton to whom any child mjr be
o bound t (hit there ma also be ctf
liatied, In connection Ub 8lot Vincent'
Orphan Atrium, tthooli fur the dVtljr at
fndjnee f etiitdren whose pirentt or
ljurdiiMre orjirib HpW !o py
".4 lot IhCtf iSKUCuan,ur woose pjrenivr
Oppwrof the Aiyiomrtinfler lucnyre'
guladont at may be made in the by-la.
Src 6. And be Hurihrr enutted, That
aViy vacancy, which, from deaiti, resign
ion, nr otherwise, mf happen in the
Board of Trustees, thall be filled accord
Ing to the mode to be prcicribed in the
ny-lst that they majr hold tuch mee
tinea at thaf ball think proper, ard, to
Lttm to their procecdinei, may bd
poin auch olTicen tt they my deem ne
cetairy, and provide proper Chtckt and
and reponM')tli'.iea for the aecurltf of the
propertr and londa oi tne corporation
.fretaid ! thit they ahall keep iournal
of their ptweedin wpo" wh'ch the bp
lawa ahill be rccoroea; ana mat tner
ha!l mike rrnorti atha tnmial mftim?
to b held in ionc, of the affira and Con
(Miion or;he ioiitu:ion lit tbe preceding
;r.c . 7. J id be It further enartef. That
it nuf be Ijwful for CnngreM hereafter
to alter, amend, modify, nr rrpal the
faregoinjj act.
Shaker of the llwiae or He prtitati vf t,
J. A. CUtnfN,
Vice Prc'uW of thP (initl Sitr ami
Pnttden' ofth 5-enV.t.
Approved, Frbriury ?3. lft .l.
ream: to. 3A.
An ACT for the relief of tHc ci!'n;ns of Sh
Sff 1 f? it run '.".! .' thn Wn.'L' l ! r .1.. f.. f ... t.ll hah
nte and II,iiisp nf Rrnretenfilfirx nf
the United States of 1nnriea in
"reunuembkd, That it shall and miy
be liwfiil (oranir nn'rhi-rr, thr asstpnee
or Itfjal repre.ena'ie of anv purchaser,
of any m or ooi lot or ln in the town ol
Shanri-etown in the State jofllinojs,
which lot or lo'a miv hve reverted for
the nun payment of the p-irchaie monev,
;o. re enter the time lot or lo's which
may have so reverted, with the Kepisiei
and Kereiver of the district ol N. iwnce
j"own7rahy rtrr u ittifrt it months af jto the Pquire'9,-1 and-Sd to gc.t..mar
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er the naivteo m tnti act, UDun tne
following terms and convliiions, to nit :
h nivinr. in addition '.o b it has here
' ' , u i 1 1 c
tofnr bren paid upon tarh In loi, five
- !o!l .rs. an? upon each out-hu one dollar
-ud -j cents, p-r acre.
pFC. . ,fr A- it further enacted, That
there be, ain ncreoy u, pranten io me
1 rustccs of the town o! nawneetown,
rid their surcessors in office, fr ever.
jin trust, to sell, or otherwise dispose or,
tnr the prpo-.e of praduatinir; and piyinp
(ne river hank within the limits of said
town, all the vacant ground not necesary
for streets, all the in or out lots within the
hoiimlt nf said town, which remain un
sold, and all such as msy remain tinsoU,
under the provisions of thc-nrst section ol
"wl"ct : this ace tdbe carried into effect un
der the direction of the Commissioner ol
the General Land Office.
A proved, "Mirclu 2, 1 831.
rvnt'ie wo. 37.
An AGT for the sate of the lands in the State of
Illinois reserved far tha use of the salt
ipringi on the Vermillion river in that State
Sec. i. Tie it enacted bu the Sen-
nte nnA tlmise. of Representative of
tie. United States of America in Con-
SresS-afttembled, That the State of
Ittin'nU shall be. and is hereby euthorit
ed and empowered to cause 'o be sold and
conveyed, in such manner anr, on aucn
iiirms and conditions as the Legislature
of said State has or may direct, he whole
or any part of the lane's reserved and set
apart by the President of the United
Status, on the twenty-ninth day of March,
eighteen-hundredand twenty five for the
use of the salt works on the Vermillion
river, in aaid State, and to apply the ;pro
the Legislature of said State has or may,
direct t Provided, Said land shall not be
sold for less than one dollar and twenty
five cents per acre.
Approved, March 2, 183L
few reams of writing paper for nle, at this
,mt. e ream, a few reama at
2i and a lew reaina Of wppin?, it the usual
lpr .
From the Saturday IWLLHTItf.
A lice Yankee. A acene occurred
before one our magistrate! in the tar.
ly part bflhe week, which forniiheJ
great tmasement to t crowded audi,
tor, and the particular a of which ire
briefly is follow!
' 1 reckon youVe I Kjuirei int you?1
aid fellow, it he whlakcd into the
ofTdfThis face red aii1o!jter With the
hrt. find the Drnniratioa nouriott
I hvfrbb thctkrtn wtream, wHbtch he
in vjl6lMyed to wipe offwith a dir.
ty cotton handkerchief. '
frit a roagiitrate, air have you
ny buiincsi with me V
Oucas I have that. I've, got bu
lines for you and two or three oth
ere. You tee I'm from Boating
Hosting you io) v were Dotting, it
I guest, don't yoi V Well, I come
figH slick down froth there in a amack,
with Cao'n Joe WhinDle our Hal wat
r it
along too oh jihe'a a heavenly tplice
of a crittur aod Joe Whipple too he'
a severe one. So you are all the
voyage I kind o hitched up to Sal,
and Sal ahe kind o' teemed to like it,
at aV at latt I teemed to tVmk ahe'd
make a cruel. good wife for me, and
told her to. So aayi the to me, , Na-
than, my name; Nathan Nathan
Lumlerfooctiona my name 4 Na
than. says ahe. you are a aort of a
T af ' m
slickish man, 1 guest we'll do it.' I
re con an too, tava i, ana to you tee
t " I I ! - I
with th I jett gave her a btitt in her
chops by way of a saluter, and we
fixed it all to go to tome Squire and
he aplired jeat at quick at ever we
could pet ashore. Well, I reckon we
got ashore arter a while, though we
had some of the mott dreadfully aw.
fulleat atormt that ever blewed. Cap'n
Tie r.-ea alone ahore too he wat
O7-jawful clever to Cap'n Joe, teeing as
b.-iw he was going to be my wife.
. . ..
ell. vou ee
.Magistrate My friend, you take
y great deal too much can't you
come to the bottom of the story at
Well, I guest I'm pretty near that
any how So vou tee 1 and Sal and
. . .
Cp'n Joe all gea ttreaking ttdowo
rieiL fioin' lontr Water street, who
thnuld I see but Jerry RufTum ttandin
in a shad boat, up to his eves, I vow
in shad and hen)n. - Well, Jerry, aaya
I, now if that d mt beat ! who'd a
thor't it so I and Jerrey puts int- a
shop clost bv, and there we drinked
oh, Jerusalem, how we drinked !
Told S tl and and Cap'n Joe to wait
out side a minute or twolor I and
Jerry, ca'ise Jerry set to volunteer to
go long io arter the drink was over ?
Magistrate Are you done
The complainant paused a moment,
looked the magistrate in the face,
atvelled out hischeeks. raised his arms,
iwt auddenly -exclaimed, Well,-itever
mind that! and went on
Well, you see I and J tv drinked
there tHluear night, enasc kind oMis
remembered any thing about Sal and
Capt'n Joe. So when I comes bick
to the shallop to look arter where
they'd gone to, what now do vou think
I saw ' ... Bv the- snakes- o l.ahvlnn.
Squire, there wat Capt'n Joe huggin
my Sal around the neck, and ngnt
afore mv face. Bv the hocky, Capt'n
Joe, siiys I, what do you mean by that
thoiiph he's ridiculous fond of talking,
but he and Sal bust out a htighin, and
at Ia Capt n Joe satd, when he saw
that I wat wretchedly hurt, 4 why,
says he, ' Nathan, SlV my wife ! !
Oh ho' savt I. and lest about let him
have it slick and cruel, Squire, mind
I tell ye.'
Magistrate But what do you want
from me. vounc man I can't tit here
nd - liaten -Uo-.-your- nonsense- -Wat
do vou wish of me ? "
" M want a warranrfor to take that
are Capt'n', replied the complainant
in a voice of thunder, which scared
out a crowd of brats that had gathered
around his heels during the previous
..Mag. What charge do you make
atrninst him ? '
Com? .I reckon I cWargc.hitnr-Aith
ttraliog off my wife. ,
Jlfrt?. Hut vou wtre not married
Comp. Wer'nt weooihe way to Ul
and ttut't the tame thing, I guess.
Jf iff Not at alL' I a-in .t p.rtt
you a warrtnt you've mined a wife
bv nreferrinir a dram. Clear the office
vou hova there po. hrrooe, the
whole of. you aid the disappointed
mmntainaat went dut with the mob
of gtnilcmen Idltn, aweUoig with jn
dignation at hit defeat, and vowing
L. .r.Mkfi'rTi.'iht are varmint
yet afore he-got tnaoy- mile! neater
Inlrrettint 5cfrtf. A few diyi
since a voung tradesman, a native of
In- ami. but one a resident in mit
city, in ptsiiog ahmg a wharf at which
a snip iroro unt ..v.r..
wat about to be made fait, ttopped
at it utual withpertbm from a foreign
country to obterve whether anpr face
which had been familiar to their eye
in earlier yean, might not pretenl It.
telf. In the buttle of attempting to
oei fltiiekty on thore. one of the pat-
aenrera fell into the dock and instant-
ly sunk under the vend f without a
moment't heiitatlon, the youog man
hefore alluded to. who had remained
to "gratify hit curiosity," plunged into
the deep after the drowning man, ana
. . ja n . 'na
with considerable ditncutty aucceenea
In brini-inc him tafe to land. The
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to tee hit prize rettored to perfect J
r,r anrl with this view rem.tined to
tender hit assistance without going
awav to char-ee or even dry hit ap
parel. A few moment! tfter tome
timple remedies had been applied, the
rescued man slowly opened hit) eves
and murmured God bleat you, GoiJ
bless you, it would be too soon to die
to far away from home." The voice
and the awakening countenance of
the newly arrived young roan, filled
the other with an intensity of eager,
nest visible to all around, he asked
the place of birth and name of his pa.
tient: bofn questions were toon an
twered tatisfactorily enough to prove
that the rescued anJ , rescuer were
brrrthert ! It is needlr ss tmittempT t-
relate the seqtiel, in an instant they
were interlocked in a dose embrace,
and a thousand questions and congrat
ulations were made on each side, he.
f.iye one could .be inhered. Finally
the brothers retired amTdit the ejacu
lation! and the wonder of all whotob.
served the lingular scm ' r
js. 1. uour.
Gold Mines in this County.
are in formed that a irold mine hat been
.... . - a
discovered, on the lands of Mr. W.
Dvie, in this county, about 24 miles
West of this place. It has been slight
ly examined by gentlemen engaged in
the mining business, who expressed
an opinion that the gold which had
been collected was rcmaikably pure
and the quantity obtained from a bnsh
ell of earth as much as could have
been expected from the hasty and im
perfect manner in which it was" pan
ned out." Halifax Advocate.
.Military Pride. farmer was
elected to a corporalship in the. militia
company. His wife after discoursing
with him for some time on the advantage,-
which his fitmily would -ds rive
from his exaltation, inquired la a
doubting tone,
" Husband will it be proper for us
to let our children play with the ntigh-
bora nowr--
The most agreeable of all compan
ions is a simple, frank man, without
any high pretension to an oppressive
greatness ; one who loves li.'e, and
understands the use of it;; obliged a all hours above all of a golden
temper; and steadfast as an anchor.
For such an one we would ghdiy ex
change the greatest geniu, the most
bnluariLwit, the. .ptatQuoucal JiunKer-.
I wonder whether.that1na.n4" ob
served iVince George of Cumberland,
while witnesYme the pantomime, and
nointine' to the clown, holds hm
mouth upon lease." "I think not,
tousifl," was4 the 'quaint rejoiner of
George tf Cambridge ; "in my opin
ion he holds it frvom year to year"
(ear to ear.)
.ut: : ,r.1lr Mi' j ' j w-.v- n....J-. r
ro-j tii m tMiiia rTtoT.
ja,:ksox voxnwTiox.
The republican members rf the Jr.
gillature, time ii'imbrr of morethan
one hundred and fMiv, being nearly
two- thirds nf that lwly, met in Cn.
yention on Friday evening Int. Thit
Pnnvmtion unanimoiislv nuird rt 10-
lutiont spprovirg fi'ie nom'st'Mi of
denc, and recommending a general
tbe jtleciioa-DJ GcnJackson Jd be
heljn lSaUimore:irt May IB3. torT
the pufprjisTriT 'n'omTnatTnaj-a'TicirTie
ttdent. Tbe Veto of the I'reaident on
the appropriation from the Treamrv
of money to build the Mayaville road
wat approved, and the re-chartering of
the United States Bank wat disapprov
ed without a dissenting voice. It wat
latein the evening before the Convention
balloted for nomination for Govern.
or to be iuonortcd at the next March
election j of 145 votes cast, His Ex
cellency 84mocl Dintmoorbad J.J4.
eerataa o Ts avtateaa na. ,
Peam Rmtttan. fJa j Bv the arrival
at this port, of the bug Marion, Capt.
Avrilhe, from the above place, In 1 4 day i,
ita ha've'beren fivored bv Captr'A." with
the following ttatementi 41 By the arxi-
. - m nr.:
and crew of ihe btig SerafiMm, of paltl-
.a t a
more, It was reported that tne said ong .
Pomo Bella An extract from the Iojc
-'. - ----- -
was laying at anchor near the Seroihim,
at the time,) wi to have been publuhed
in the Kingston papers, the dy Capt.
Avellhe left, but lor want of room Ft wt
left over till the next day. As fjr at he
could recntTeet, it wa thus: M On or
about the CO h Mr the S. came in'o
rortoCibello, and Capt. B. went ors shore
m ih f.rt. A ahnrt lin after Inintr
there, he was seen from on bosrd the ft
to make for his boat, end the Spmlj ds
sfter him i but he finally got to the boat,
and eventually reached nia ns'l, when
he immediately hove up bis anchor and
made all sail beating on'. At thi lime
the Bt'enes commenced plitvin on
him, and in the course of a short time,
dUahled hia brie, waiinded his mulei M,A
... . .-r . -. n . r .
several of h!s men. He then 'came to,
eain, and ent hla boat nn shve to kwjwa;
why he was fired into, but the toats crew
and 2d mate, were made prisoners, and
tbe Batterie continued their fire, with
nocilors (lving, while the btig had her.
American nsln up sll rhe-while. Abnut
i his time, Capt. Echberger, of the P.
wen; on shore to the commander of the
fort, and begged of him to cease firing t
his ans'wer was, thit when Capi. B. would
come on shore himWV1e 'would clo" to :
he the Commander, slfen wrote a note to
Capt. fi to that effect, and sent it by
Capt. E. on board of the brig, for all the
other boats were captured by the small
arms and lone p'mu of the 'gna ol tho
brig. Capl. B' answer to ihe Comman
der was, that it was i m possible for him
to gn on thore, and abandon hit vesstl to
a few npunded men, and she lying in an
exposed parlor tbe harbor; when this
answer was received by the' commsnder
nf ihe fort, he ie commenced bis firing.
Cp. B. by this time, finding th-t. hit
brig was so much injury r!, that .o piaivent
her from sinking, lie slipt his luOles and
rurnTer oh"sho"re7
be certain, whether he was put in confine
mentbut during this time, hs .Aai
tom, then bound out, was permitted to
take on board the crew and mate or tho
S. and proceed to St. Bias, where she was
trading, as f-r as is" recollected.' WldNt '
at thi place, Capt.BrJiayitig...escape4,
from Porlo Bello, reached St. Bias,
where hejojned bis men, and toQk pas
sage on board or the Phantom, for King-
ITTTTrw fJI 'w TTcro tnvTa""" - -7--
June. Capt. Avrilhe brought neither pa
pers nor leuers, and we submit the
T l . I : I An K a I I t K
amount of his s's'emcnt, without com-
ment, to our rcai'ers.
Charleston Gazette.
Fishing for compliments. ul re-
Lally cannot sing, believe me sir," wai
the teplv of a young lady to the re
peated requests' of an empty fop. l
am rather inclined to believe, mad
IVm,' f ejoined " he;" with a smir '
that you art fishing for compliments.'
44 No sV," cxchimed the lady, l nev
er fish in such a shallow streams'
1011 fU URRH. .'"
val ol the !thr. rbamm, irom rprio
Belln. at Kingston, with Cafit. Do$iere. 1

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