NEW BERN, N. C. SATUBDAY, MAY 11, 1822.
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FA51luutv4- Aio, .ununopie. i nis event is a most which Bona pine's war pf xtermi-chhVrJo1 ; "eW
; J tal one for the Greek cause, and : nation ha,l AA he s?Icitu4e, and moderation o
:. ! the army of.u-sch.d Pacha is eS- turalists cannot letl the product or JllT "',
At $3 P aaaurji half in advance.
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timated at 23,X0 men, who would their harvest,, nnd will L h, X 3 'ength put an end to
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Very late from Europe.
New-York April j 25.
The packet ship James Monrpe,
Capt. Lee, arrived yesterday, in the
very short passage of 23 days frjun
Liverpool. We have, received pa
pers of tht place of the 1st-of April;
and.L mdon papers to the evening of
the SOtii of March. ; - 1
In the House of Commons, March
24, Mr. Maryat presented a plition
oi ihe Council and Assembly of Gre
naJj, praying for such relief as was
absolutely necessary to save tlieto
fram impenilin ruin. ' ,Mr. Wiloiot
siiJ the President of the BDard of
TraJ meant, in the ensuing week,
: subsnit a motion on the subject of
rulariii the intercourse of the. colo
nies with Canada.
A meeting of the West India
nercliaiits and planter was held on
tlie 23dy at the London tavern, when
f I . a . . i
"c d noerty t0 support the ( ble to pay the publiQtaxes, or the ex- tin of war
.rVT""" . 'IU,C4, iiuuier ; pense 01 their tillage. Uur dock yards
division ol the Turkish army, of near- i are deserted there is not a sihgle
ly equal force, under the Pacha of! merchant ship now buildml? in the
ialonica, by whom the surrender of port of Bordeaux ; and many which
Lassandra and the convention withl had hniit'mVnir a9 i
must abridge the iierti
tt r . -' if
itussia renuires on!v tlm ri,
1,1 " tne' treaties hv!i-inn0 f ...f.!k
the Turks are bo-und, first of all, to
eyacucate iloldavia and Wallachla,
and place two Principalities. Hitf'
of the Diva n io n
assertions Lord Uverpool's ;: but a& ,ts .criTv 7""
ioi V. fii '
, --v. -.-. uwuiatwuij iu peunoners aiierwaras adon an th,
marrhinrr (. trio .. j.:.: . . . . 1 1
" ,v" uesiiunuuii , assertion ot L,oru Liverpool s ; but
so that the Greeks in the Morea ! they seem to suit the convenience of
wouia have oppossed to them a torce . our English JMrnisters, if; indeed, it
..cw .mj umh uucrv ien. ui ine occurred to their understanding
movements or strength of the Greeks j " Excess of production deprecates
by land, there have been no recent the value of every thine, stons circu-
accou:its that can be relied on. Their lation, leaves part of the people with
fleet is said to be nearly equal to that out employment or subsistence, and
j threatens tranquility." But the rea
son of all tiiH is fairly propounded bv
of the Purks; and that they medita
ted an attack on the Turkish fleet at
London, March 23.
In the debates of .Monday last, in
the Chamber of Deputies on t!ie bud
get, M. Binon pronounced a lono-
admonition to the .Ministers, with re
gard to various political and commer
cial interests,', which he stated that
they had overlooked, or had failed
Russia fipp! MAon : ii
-'-j "'can timr. an in
inconveniences of war. without reap-
j--y auifttuittg;. r or morr-J
t,,df f,x months numerous armies as
sembled on the frontiers of Tur key
occasion creat Jpinpnw rfd
revenue is dimihiMipH h ti,a ..jk
t rfrnlprt with htcinin.i onor r H..
t - , i-y. lie
ii Fas areeu 10 pi eseni a pennon to ; asserted that the Ministers of the (
tiit lUUie ot commons, lor an open ; King of France are, for the most part
cj-omercial intercourse between the governed by some external influence'
British West fndia Islands and Col- ; The Duke de kirhMien' n. k '
ony and the (Jnited States. 1 was looked upon to be " a Russ
t nt L.onjon un says, an apphca-
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l.m nas oeen maue to tne uoaru or t
JrMe, m oenalt of tlur; colonists m to impute the witchcraft implied in
liritisli North America, to postpone the above passage to a Cabinet so.in
thebill lor extending the' intercourse ' nocent of all foreign ascendancy as
in mericau shipping with the Brit- ours. M. Bienon then went on o
i,a wesi inoia isianus, until tne next state, that the tame surrender of th
and the present an English Minis
try. '", He must have strange noiion
sesion of Parliament, that they may
he afforded an opportunity !to be heard
upon, and to offer evidence against,
the measure. i .
Mr. Zea, the minister of Colombia
in France, is said to have concluded
a loan of two millions with some En
glish merchants. . Colombian stocks
fit London were 3 par rent. above par.
It is said there will be another mee
ting of sovereigns at Vienna the en-
wh Weof Italy to Austria, and the
loss of French preponderance in the
counsels of Em ope the obstinate re-r
fusa! to acknowledge ,the indepen
dence of flayti, and consequent sac
rifice of the advantages of a trading
intercourse with that free country -r-the
contest of prohibitory duties with
the United States, so fatal to .all di
rect communication -between
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charges which M. Bignon,;inan eiab
orate speech, brought against the Se
cretary lor orpign Affairs, whose
predecessors, however, as was mani
fest, were really responsible, for the
bulk of the faults' 5b im;iuted.T On
the following day, (as -Wednesdav's'
papers received by express inlorm
us, ) after a vehement attack on the
royalist politics, bv General Fov, M. ,
Wontromency,- foreign minister, made i
"u aiir;ujji iu answer iVj. Dignon s ac
Vi it may have hon Nmnnl .,,1
althouoh no debate to(k nlar
7?n it. A proposition has been as
Kitpd ro in t,
aj to alb foreign wheat in bnnd to
cusations. iie states iu sybstartce
tiiat'France was negotiating at that
moment, through an afce minister,
with the Republic of iNoith America,
for a renewal of commercial rehifi
ports and those of r ranrp. and tU
suvig summer, at which the King of tardiness in establishing or encoura
England w,ll be present. f ging any friendly! connexion with
ine report of a consniraev in Snmh A ,nrn ...... j
P..?, r i j-. . I . J . . ..wi, w.inumico ine list o,
Auiuiiu a iuijuuij euuor tninks, may
te aothing more than a plan invented
to give the Russian government an
excuse? for acting with more rigor to
wards that unhappy nation.
On the 29th of March, Mr. Can
ning gave notice in the House of
Commons that on the 30th of A
pril. he should move for leave to briu
in a bill to tepeal so much of the act
wine jutn Charles U. as debarred
Catholic peers from sitting in the
iiuuse oi Lords. la giving this no
tice ne begged to repeat that it was
ins intention in any degree
prejudice or interfere with the
YMion as a whole; t that he would
nJ his most cheerful sunport; but
it was not yet decided whether
jaai would be introduced this session.
. ;wum ii rignt to give this spe-e.ac-no:ice.
It was fit, also, and due
" ae noble persons whose interests
w?re concerned, . both in this and the
general question, to declare in a pub
an I solemn manner, and upon his
Dinor, that he had held no communi
Ci'tori direct or indirect, with them up
wthe subject of the present notice."
An extract of a letter from Liver-'
Mylated April 1st, says:
t h bri!l t reSuIate the trade
iin the West Indies does not appear
' t.ie proceedings ir. Parliament of
,cin nit. to have been brought in .
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tne intelligent netitioners nf IWrlair
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"It is the wa made on industry by
heavy " taxes" that cuts us from that
wholesome' commeicial intercourse
which would secure amnle markets
lor our goods, and. yiJd. employment
to our suffering countrymen.
It may be advantageously added
here, that the people of Bordeaux are
not reputed to have roatiy JJberaux
among them. The discussion was
speetlily closed on the Bordeaux ne
uuuii , ana, on ivj. Manners speech
whose motion was likewise rejected
an amendment proposed by Mr. Cas-
imir rerner met with the same fate,
uu a puiui or rorra. it was to
tins purport" That there shall be
laid, before the Chamber the situation
of those persons to. whom 'encourage-
uriiv suaii oe given towards theif suc
cess in agriculture and the arts, as
well as of those who shall receive
premiums for the cod and wjhalejdsh-
Throughout these discussions, which
coiisiMea inaeed, with little variety,
of speeches on thp Ipfet cirio ua
Ministers were reproached with arro
gant silence towards their adversa
ries, who spoke with great and una
Extract from the agent to Lloyd's
at Malaga, dated 2d March - By
a decree of the Cortes, sanctioned hv
tle King, a dlty of one dollar per
ton ij sanctioned on aH. foreign ves-J tions j
aeis rwi.noui excepron; that may en
ter aiiy port of the peninsula of Spain,
whether they discharge or not."
shed bv the sfauria
tot of CQmmerejs in the easterad
The Emperor Alexander is not on
Jy very far from all projects of con
miaat K... I ... . . . . i
juui ne maKes-iiis highest ambif
won consist in consolidating the trail-
Muuuy oi lLurooe."
Aix-La-Chapelle, March 20
I IIP PAr-fnoi-wn Ji'-i. !tt
vwiicsjjunuciiis at Warsaw in-!
7!u,r u uiai me uttoman troops oh
...w buuaj ui iiie uanuue continue t,
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vuuyMaie memseives. A fresh
mutiny is spoken of as having broken
ui among tne Janissaries, who form
ariioi U'.exu. p !
J .. " Madrid, March 14.
Various letters from, Navarre state;
iat the greatest fermentation pre
vai,s The patriots demand that the
national militia shall be disarmed-1
mey asso demand the change of Gen.
Mendizabel whom they accuse of be
tng too indulgent, A certain number
New-York, April 23. i
IMPORTANT IF TRUE. I
e find the following letter in
French, in our letter box this fore
noon, and give a translation of it. . j
" We have sent thi via Aux Caves,
in order to furnish you with our Price
Current of this day, and also to men.
tiCip, that by an! order of the l4resil
dent, all the' French are obliged to
leave the territory of "the Republic.
in one month, and that after that
Jime, no French vessels u. ill be Der
hiitted to enter the ports of the Re
public. Tins will be vety advantage.
us to America, for ive shall beobliir
eq tooe supplied by the United btatef
wi th wine and provisions,! which have
heretofore lieen furnished by France; :
is repotted here that the French
admiral has made an attackupon Sa
rnana, in consequence of the mea
sures which have, been adopted a- ':
gainst .the I rench subjects. t The
general sentiment was airainst the
French, -and for some days they were
compelled to shut thems.iws ui in
their own liouses Xd prevent massacre.
From the London Literary Gazette,
foiiagc Souierrain ; ou Description
de Wate au cle Saint Tierre dc
Maestrirht. Par le Gal. Dory dc
Saint Vincent. ' ;
The author of : Ins interesting work
is one of the F rench exiles who sought
refuge in the Netherlands,- afieV the
second restoration of the Kinv' nf
- s "-"'J-
r ranee., j ossetl to and fro
r; i-'i i : . I . . . . u t u uw
owuuiviuuaissay these patriots mustj Political stonp,-he at length landed
be proscribed, if it is wished to avoJrii at Maestrirht Tim i,.
... - -z- . - ,i . - - --. - f uiutiyj t rnj j.
jjreai cisasters. i. , bem. or Ui:l nf Sr. P
At uiite they were cominually cry-n itself, and suggested to Ct.l. Borv de
in it ' I (An n : .1 . . . . ' o 1 r . . . . . r
"'b M.-.wuu ine COnstltiilmn '
and death to Rietro !" At Phente J
Reyha the same j cries had caused n!
tumult, in which several persons were!
It gives us pleasure to find hv th
following extract from a letter to
gentlernan in this city, that the liberal
uiuerqnt value on Amer can nrorlnr.
k . . ; . 1
rom tne Drawmatir. .Wrfr
Paris, Maech 19.
CONSPIRACY IN POLAND.
A private letter from Poland, con
tains the following statement : "The
arrest of M
aiscovery ot a very important corres
pendence, which has brought to light
a conspiracy formed to insurrection
ize Poland, at the moment of the com
mencement of hostilities between Rus
sia and the Porte. It is said that'th
.'!..' London, March 28.
.ruoniiigwii living is nowcor
recting the sheets of his new work
racebridge' Halt, which Murray
Iras given him a thousand guineas or I
and a deliVhtful Rnofc it w;ii kk
cr tii ui -.
that with regard to Italy, every ! Sranii Duke Constantine has set off
in uroer personally to give an account
by the French
thing had been done
Government which could conciliate
animosities and mitigate the evil con
sequences of a military revolt. As
for the popular governments of South
America, the minister confined his
deference totiie point of non-recogni-tiou
ol their legitimacy, and would
say on his own b. -In If, that neither
England nor the United States has
hitherto formal! v recognized them.
London', March 20. "
We received yesterday by express
Saturday's" Paris papers In the way
ot news tney are ot no importance. 1
of A1-, Secretarv of th.-l 'r its ap-
ery of a very important corres- Uj- i tu ,r P em 0
. ucic is iiijo a very clever
Book just published here, c Europe
by a Citizin of the United States,"
which Is very highly thought of. The
North A'Tserican Review is also cir
culating freely, and has obtained great
reputation; so that our Edinburgh
this affair to the Emperor. Thk '7 i wuu , raf"ef .a"
idot had extensive 'ri'J ,;. : l V03 dS y e did, " In the
T.irk-u lt.i,, f , I tour quarters of the Globe, who reed
I urkeys Italy, Spain, and even Amer- , an nt V r?ea
ica, and it appears that several Euro
ptan thrones were included in the
conspirators plan of attack."
It is confidently alSrmed that an
association had been .discovered at
Warsaw, which has communications.
wiui me secret societies of the South
01 Europe. 1 wo important person
ages had been arrested.,
; A letter, of a recent date, from a
gentleman in London, who has access
to good sources of information to his
e ' '-.'
inenn in tsoston, states, upon the au
thority of a distinguished individual
in Tans, and a relan
Saint ' Vincent, the idea of his suUcr
raneous journey. The work is rich
in scientific information, ai.d presents
peculiar iuterest to the 'botanist and
geologist. The following particuiarf,
collected from the author's account
of the furious subterraneous vaults of
Maestricht, will be more acrentableaa
j they are not very generally known.
: retersoerg, or the fiill of St. Pe
ter, situated between the Jaar and
the Aleuse, and extends the distance
of nearly a league. 1 he earth which
is contained in the cavities of the in
terior of the .hill furnishes materialg '
for building ; but principally for ma-
inure, and for this double purpose it
nas neen excavated from the most rei
hMJte' ages of anUnuity. In the sym
metrical galleries of Peiersherg, the
Roman pick axe has inmrinted a
tid of monumental character, and'
jthe feudal spade has left its Gothhi
races. VVokmen have, from time
mmemorial, been employed in
extracting the bowels of the earth
to fertile its surface. For aW.i the
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pick axe and wheelbarrow haVe work
ed passages in every direction, and ,
the traveller in this subterraneous lab
yrinfh is happy, if, with the aid of his .
torches, he can return the way lie en- 1
tfired. Streets, squares and cress
rioads appear on every side; in short,
the vaults of Petersberg present the
appearance of a town, : in which tbev
are only vanting houses, inhabitants,
theatres, carriages and ! pas lamps.
M Borv de Saint Vinrient Hrau'tU
Pazis, March 27.
fTM . ' ...
i ne inspector oenerai of the schoo ofa nm.i
, ui rvrijy Hi naious, naojust gone to France and the United
uu w icjauvu J UUC WI lilt:
hew ministry; that " new instructions i f!fowhig picture of this gloomy re
liave gone to America to the French I . !
Minister." which authorize the hone J ! H any thine." be tas. ean add
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ivalof all difBcufties between f he horror of the perlect darkness,
Mia r-v-l C U .,......11.. ' a 1 '
r ,r,. 1 u,c P,""TUI,,.Sar m u,e j town, in consequence osome marks
unuiuvi on.;, a usual, i veil ac great 1 of iiisul
tuna intflour: bond heinr olv,
Pt:nr "if". IK r xi
fvr 1 ,UJ ujjci iiutr nour,
every 70 lbs. wheat taken out.
1Snot we believe anv fresh
I wncT i ifrs market unsold; but
fr vri!l be a wire that after the nas-
11 r j-, 4 .
4?ft the act above mentioned, the
" r export will be considerably
:3nihed, and after September, the
r .1 10 iewtoardiand ceases."
Lo.ndo.v, March 22.
iivices to the ; 5th instant
3 r,YPir0 r-'
v. u IIUIU VvUIIU.
the arrival of the
all 76 vessels, at
had landed 12,000 men.
33abts are now rpmsrl f tm
fcdiof Clurschid Pacha, "the
ubordination among the nunils
in that School.. Several of these
young people have been sent back to
their parents. -
ength ; and the debates reported are
not less violent than most of those
which went before them. -That nail
of the budget which concerned the j
Minister of the interior was the first ;
subject of dis. ussion or. Friday, when j
various redmti ns were proposed ; ;
one of lOOOOu Irancs in the estima- i
icu cAiJciise 01 siuus lor mnrovmrr ' .: l rr, . .
. 1 1 . . . -bimg uuv nine. ;jo prevent tnese mis-
uicureeu or norses, gave rise to some ;A,rl,mes, arid to secure the general
vv... uam, wuu , saietv tlie ' magistrate's hn
J- " mmim
Letters ft omi Mdntdidier f Somme. 1 1
ay iiiai nres are seen almost every
night in the surrounding counfry.-l
I ne authors of ttiese outrages even
have the audacity to comraitthem.iu
Mdieu, mai m war time ir ranee was
obliged to have recourse to foreign
countries for mounting her cavalry,
out that of late the breed of horses
had been improved.
M. Manuel, as the preliminary to
a motion- for granting the sum of
300,000 francs as a fund establishing
new veterinary and otherschools, read
a. petition which he described as pro
ceeding trom men of all parties a-
mong tne inhabitants of Bordeaux,
and gave a deplorable picture of ,the
before 'state of that once flourishing city.
t7A i rt I
munary posts in several villages.
ili e accounts from Vienna of the
1tn, which have been received ex
press, state I that the most flattering
hopes are entertained of the Success
of the mission of M de Tatischeff.
: Vienna. -March 15.
" The Privy Counsellor Tatischeff
is furnished wtthffull powers from the
F.mnfrtr. fnr thp nnnvi:i V.I tmin'n
r . . w ' . v v w vi J c
in concert with the Cabinets of Austria
and England; all means compatible
with the dignity of the Sovereign, to
: .A I 1 t .
" j ine roiai silence Wliicti reiens.
in these dismal vaults. The voice of
ir,an is scarcely sufficient to disturb
it;f $03id is, as it wete, deadened by
tfie thitJcness of the sloom. Echo, it-
selfo hicHlthe bewildered traveller
may interrogate in the desert, dwells
not in these silent cav-s." i
It may naturally be cotiiectured
that '.superstition has peopled I iHese
subterraneous vaults with demonsand .
New-Yort, Apsil 26.
WljST INDIA TRADE.
The-following is an extract of a
v j letter from a house of the first respec
ry j t ability inj Liverpool, dated Alarch 18.
; " Our government have now finally
determined the direct intercourse be-
ivrcii 1115; .-imes auu our 1. j . " .-......
West Indies to be resumed, and or- inoPgnns. 1 radition has even al
ders have been sent out according. ?PM?d a "ell and. a paradise to.the cav-
Ajtnerica ill be allowed to take backj 1 rtie f Petersburg The huge pie-
in return for her flour, Sec any kind , v coai WIi!c" an eqyal tempara-
of;West India produce; but we uQy proieciea irom jthe ravages
derstand American flour will be sub- I mt 'agination has converted
iecwd to a duty of lOsJ per barrel. Ini jnsters with claws, long tails
:j ! I a"d horns. Irt various places, m
The United States sqoadSj h :. ,,fit,0-l .ana , remote . dates' record
The Constitution, Cant Jones: Onta- 1 welhistory-or'. origin tf the excava-
rio. Capt Chauncey : and Nonsuch. fl0"s!and relate numerous adventures)
Capt. Turner, arrived! at Gibraltar and nfbrtunate deaths of which Ie-
on the 17th of March, from Khon icrsuerg nas reen me tneatre. in
and were to sail for Cadiz irta frw I one part of the Vaults, a workman
days. -The 'Buenos Avrean Corvette hbie torch heca me extinguished.
Heroine, was ready for sea.
j perKhed amidst tire pangs of "hunger
and the horrors of darkness 5 hw hat