Tirr :vTrTni? Y' ON. 'MNU.
Vc cnnfess ourselves quite at a loss
&r 'words Tn'wWch to convey our
The peneverin's rnmousm and valor
of this Indefatigable, cominandcri and
the same qualities in hts nndaunted
troop, after encountering difficulties,
of which the-.country at large seems
ncrer to ruV$ been folly aware, have
at length completely" triumphed" stri
umphedat the imost opportune tdqo
ment, as regards thecarapaignfandat
the very, tnomejit; slab, when for
lorn faction among, is was ebnfident-
lv preaicung, wiuiajoj' aa maucioui
' at treslo not doubt the with was ami
ccrejhis total discomfiture. ' The ef
fect of this victory upon the future o-
. . . - ?
Derations ot pur arms, in vanaoa can
not &iU we thinly to be immediately
anu aienailr aupicicSus' towards the
great objects of this most just and.
righteous war uutnerc js anomer
nrKCfc, alike aolemn "and interesting,
under which we catmot help present
inr the subject. T ' '
As far as tne acaie oi wanare nas
been ccnccrxied, we are bold to" say,
that the British hive waged hostili
ties arainst us alongour abrth wea-
tern frontier witn a wrnamy max no
thing in history surpasses. TaTrag
the horrid savages as tneir irienas
tsnd associates in battle, placing them
c as the front warriors of their host,
they have alternately encouraged and
permitted enormities at which" they
ought forever to blush amd which,
Vt3 hence. It will still freeze the
- Wood of our "posterity tbvreadx of.
Faction, disaiTection,' a spirit worse
tiaa treason, and as , shocking under
cverv ciorat view aa the savage Eamcs
and' torments themselves are to the
shrinking nerves and fibres of the
flesh, mav affect to sneer at these
thincs affect to denv them V but their
solemn truth has been drawn out by.
official acrutiny,'ftnd will, must, most
auredlv. make a bm of the hrstory
of the times beyond the possibility of
contradiction, when the loui tongues
and pens, of party and of falsehood
r hard ho more.' Have we not,a-
moog other deeds of horror, seen the
corpses of but countrymen; tneir mm
plcd'arms. lers. hearts; a prey- to the
ven-hogs of the high way, while the
unfeeling ;c.ngiKn ra(in hui
witha defibetaie deifayitr which the
daintiest blood-pampered appetites of
the most rebneu cannioais oi ixvuiu
tionarv France never went beyond,
have coolly, turned aside or coolly
turned away. s And now wnatisuat -Iv
to be the chance I Thelevere to
mahawks 4 that, side bv s'e with the
equally cruel tJriton, have.ocen maae
to open the sculls of our poon fellows,
wnue in unouenuiog .MpKy
very, 'savage arms that always yes
alwayswith British permission,
hiVt been thust elbow deep into'tUb
gore and bowels of our gallant coun
txjrmeo rriigned," submitting, wltrt
no shricks of fear, no prayers for mV
cy A?here indeed mercy, never dwelt?;
co imprecatiooi' at the callous au
.thors o all .their, dreidfut," .ufferr
ins. but with a composed aid ub
lime fortitqde meeting and sink
ing under their terrible doomJThese
clf-same savage Implements are now
likely to be lifted in awful retribution1
gtint the heads bf their heretofore
base andpiore ravage employe rs-
Tbr infamous Proctor, has perhaps
been flyingan appalled Ifugiu ve, ; be
fore those pocr deluded 'human be
ings so latelvhUJrieodsvl'is clpef de
pendence, his " cbmpatripts in arms?)
and himself hud others of those jdiif
gTaccd Britons who .firs: dfewput this
infernal enemy to the field; may,even
now, if American humanity " be "hot
still at hand, and still ready to .save,
be exp'iatlng'.their fell i. abominable
crimes under the agonic, of la Ycrv.
scalpibg knife still warm with Ame-
ri can" blood, fsteeped ,and reeking-at
their instanceat. British instance I
The' OUo waysVtne Cbippcways;4 the
PoUcwatomies, the Kickaporfjthise
i-SIies of Br iuio allies as regularly ac-
c.vlnlgedV aod even as regularly
lur ked in every official dispatch,:fts
my Loird;VellingtoiS ' acknoi, ledges
and thanks 'the Portuguese ks the al
lies of he British in Spairt, may ndw
be taising I their; exas jSefated' arms,
their eyebaUs glaring-; with perrldious
fury, against' the very Koststhat drew
thi'm from their cabins, formed theni
into ranks, instructed trienV how best
tq deal out destructipn, and ; whetted
their 'patates for fpasts of 'captive
blood, but who, alas, could not (thenv
selves .also perfidious) make .good
their rich promises to, them, of con
stant : carriage and - blood rfeasta .arid
plunder; ! The1 remorseless; English
in "Canada have themselves alone to
blame, in any, disasters from "this
source, that, may overtake them.
;Tbis must be the judgment, of na
tions ; and we. humbly hope of hea
veri. Well may bur commanders,
whether upon the waters of the Lakes, J
or upon tne L.anci, write tnat it nas
pleased the "Almighty to give victory
to bur arm s." Deo date. W i th re
ver'ence-would we breathe it, ,but as
far.as short sighted mortals can see,
we think the retributions- of a just
Providence may. be'traced in this turn
of things which seems likely 'to .roll
back, upon the guilty heads of its au
thors, some'of the horrors of Indian
warfare. . . t v Ar. InU
.THE SOUTH WESTERN FRONTIER.
At this moment when our fellow ci
tiaens are most properly rejoicing from
one end of the Union to the other for
our extraordinary and astonishing navsl
success a success which has no par
rJlel in the history ; of any . nadon
which hat done; more injury to haughty
Britain, than she would, sustain by the
capture of Canada itsclFUt us not in
forgcttht situation of our fclw citircris
-l Gelrgia9orvIjuisiana ind of the
MisUssippi Territory. .The events in
this quarter ihttrcat the U. States deep- II
tM thp tKitern nraol viiallr. m
That'the enemy can icapmre and II
hold any partof our territory in. ihis
quarter we do not believe but that they
may rirac inc -.coumry, roasaacrc lis
innsDuamsana sur up tne- negroes.
-bat to be cspceted, , for - some .of
nose scenes narc aircaar dccd cxni
. .The Warming situation of this section
of ihe union calls for the immediate in-
te-nositlon of ovtrnment. The in.
slant possession oCEaft Florida would
tre peace and safety4o the inhabitants
ofGcrgia, the M sussippi lerutory
and part of Louisiana. But so long1 as
that country is held by the jenemy (for
the Spanish and Britih hare-j6intly set
the Indians on us) so Jong will that ex-
rensire and important irontier dc suo-u
And tor wnat coon, reason are we to
i i j.j L. -- r.liof the nroohet Moses, and in that ot
this we have -Ibo fkanilwshe
ii iiiiiTinrrrii run nruiiri i vaaMAiiu im if
nas siimuiaica mc inoians iu inc iuaa- n
sactcf-or our exposed frontier iettle-
ijifents-Lsbe is in fact at mar. with jus,
whilst we are a; peace wlib her..
: East Tlorida would be a remunera
tion to the U.' States for, what the Spa
nish cofemmtntoWd her. And as. the
lives the peace he happiness of our
cttizens-i-and tqe, safety oftur temtOiy
are all to be saved by this meat ute, will
Lit. Madison hesitate to possess him
vtlFf E. Florida? ' ,
.We are fullv aware.of tne difticulUes
which lirroubd the President. .The
Sensfet that hot-bed of aristocracy,
standi ready to oppose, every salutary
measure he cfiers in support OF the sub-
stantial Interests of the nation; , Let the
President act with that energy which J
me times oemana ne wiu.oc auppori-
i. il t 1
ed by the people -and if the Senate dare
check hU exertions for the country,- let
the od.um fall upon -thetrti . . ;
' .Tae conduct of trie Senate is fast des
troying itself. It rosy persevere. in hs
evil doings a while longer, bOt the eyes
of the nation will beu opened and the
nroiiet f of cc r tail fog th s tim e c f set vice
in that body will be gcnerally;ass'entcd
to. , it would te laugnaoie; were-i noT.
a matter of the deepest f egret, tqf see
men,'whd profess tfcpukic-aisra dnd the
crea'tet:con"cern for the latere UVoibc
countfy and.tDe.ilghtSof he pcpplehc
sooner become ' members- orHh'at Mc?
pendent bbdy thantheir tone Is changed.
instances ni.tniajuna.niiiK vtvwuu
front EeitucyVA Vargiia,MvUina,
from etry state, in iheuriion.' .. ," ' -irig pewtina) ribeV'i- i I
v. . ; ; . ,v..ifrit. ;0VeiJ. V The piece wihe G4riersk4Wh6 iiMmKf i
; fNATIO ALLEGIANCE." "tha? the ' publiurbpe: fe.1 i
-VI uf - hi tunjast'WHojttage Blaine df
f havi nheirvfl that there has . ' . .?...- s v, . wu. j," 'with ImisihoneYtv-thexsLtkiadsmcoth' t.
lately- been republished in some of
o6r 'newspapers a piece from, theXon
don Courier which Ss full of anger at
Mr. Madison for Sauemptihg ' to
change what "it, pronroUntes, vhhan
amazing cbhtidencc ; the' public- taw
of urbneY&:That V native born citir
zeh or subject of a 'country cannott
snaiLe on nis auegiancc .llls lctc
from, the Courier takes to beajav ini
disputable part .bfVtnai public law ;
add by waVibf fplacincr the .iningf be'-
yndaH cavil lnthe; eyes no doubt of
readers In jaV quarter's of the globe,
it quotes a' passage from JBlaclwiones
Commentaries upon, the laws of Eng
land' Judge lilackstobei -it. seems,
for tne quotation from him is true e-nough,-
83ys it is apart of universal
law that a subject never can, by any
possible act, shake.cff thefiiatural al."
legiance which he owes to . the coun
try of his birth. -
' Now, this piece from the Courier
is written in a very confident, not to
say puerile tone, from beginning s to
end, bearing the marks of having
come from some very ill naturtd as
well as' i uninformed 'Englishman.
-Still it may not be amiss to follow its
doctrine with a short American com-
meritary. . ' j . , "
So far is it from being a- part 6f
universal law mat a citizen cannot
throw off his natural allegiance as thr
English term it, that if this writer
would read other books than LSUclc-
atonc, he would fiud it universally to
be the other way. .
Puffendorf holds that such allegi-
ance may be shaken c;tT.
m. I,rrttti hiSM that it mav-
Vattel holds that it may.
Byckershock holds' that it may,
I and -says that it is a point Tagre'd by
wrltcra upon public law.
Justinian code will show that
lh RomaQj aUow it Cicero cele-
nt . v, . L .
I orates it as a noble right. .
. P0"8 Antiquities, and the Grc
historians, will shew that it was
allowed 10 Greece. '
I quote without the books at hand
to give the pages, but rely upon the
knowledge oi any juirist tor the .cor-
rectness of the, references, to which
more might beadded of the same
stamp; y -( '
T w'l5CSt an(rtruest of all books
. u- i-' lr.Ki-
as shown in ihe conducUdLthe family
r , , . . . T . w-, ,
of the Patriarch Jacob, in the conduct
- - m
David, all bf whoni shbok off what
uwswmv, .uj .
lawyer, , would have called the. im-
moveable yoke ot their natural alle
giance,, and went to dwell, in other
countries, where they contractecj new
allegiance, and whence it was never
aaid' or imaginedxthey could be re
claimed' or demanded . again' (roach
less impressed) by the country of their
birth. :,'.- : r '
' Much" has been said lately, I oh
serve, of Bonaparte's having hung' a
Frenchman taken in irma against
France in .Spam?; .What edict the
FrencEmpert)r nlay at present have
uix)n this Shbiect V do not correctly
know. '!: If fs certain that the ancient
law bf 'Frahci fell tn.witli the .univer
sal lawupon this point and never
temDtetf 4ltb - resuain expatriation;
Louil the i4th first broke jfi upon Ht
at the time he revoked the dict of
kiocdocL Vrhich this Entshed piece of
Bourbon criielri asTikcfyb beca.
sion. But even ii Bonaparte has set
tledVthe point ; forFra,Jwu3gc
BlacVstooe would iave(irr itlproVe
ndthTog shdrei than triat Vit; isat prey
sent esUDJoneu ra r rancc. as a; mu
nicipal regutitibnV wbiph docs t6lf ' it
irta b hoped; rhan
fa w v It :pf otes, tor. bexi'itt'idJ.dU
tiwlaifrikinaaamenesi between: the
edicts' bf Bonaparte and englisri
NahtziwltH a1 vicwinddobupelp
to ? check1' theV emierarion Vfrbtn i his
what is tsntain.' : tnat eitner tne -oDei ,
or tne otneris to presence Mne-ruie
ca r Very; leaniietiir illiam Blk-J
stoncs; no,doubt'V and int nluch cs'-
tprm ' ?n EntrlanrL and L here too- a'
or municipal law." Bdt w by;; should
he, tipbn a. point so important, be'held
up as' the. arbiter of the public .law f
Euop'e;anv' murethau sir eltcjBer
NortonslrVicary Gibbs, "ifHai'-
however eminent' '" Open Blackstohe
ana ' see. wno. r re nis ? amnoriucs,.
You will -find he refers sir Edward
Coke, td sir Matthew Hale ; and some
English Vrcporters. ppenrthern a
gainvand you ; will ;fend tjberet ie
matter sops ; they adduce no wtitera
upon general law to support their po
sition ;' aod thus it is the Engfish law
yers have it all imohitheittselvei .
one Quotes anoiheri6nti they ' jjh3 w
into a beliefthai(tneTeida1 nations of
their.Saxon and Gorman ancestors,
who were) hutaj very feV degrees.
more civilized foarf iur Indian lay r
the ' undoubted foundations of the I
puuiiciaw oirivc.uropc npuims con
... t n ,v' " ' ' t
tinent into thenar gain, v But
Clla i f
not mean ' toNW'nte a . dissert atioii to
show the vell established rt'ght pi 'ix
patriattoh considered as a part of uni?
versal law. f True the arbUrary geV
nius of 'somegovernrnenishas"' occa
sionally innovated C upon '"this nobfe
right, as Citero calls ir, b pecufiar
local lws oi their own. liur, ' taken
as part of unjveTsal law, it has long'
been too wtir settled by all the -lirst i
writers of ancient and of mbderau-j
rope," as well as by the practie of
most nations, to be Altered by iJuSge
Blackatonk ' None but English law
yers or tbbVe who derive' their Iav
through English law fcooks cinry doublt
it. . As bvnliershoirk'savs u atfa
writers' Upon pUblia iaw agree that it
. It ought to be tnentioned; in .cob
elusion, that some expoundefs of the
English doctrine ' of maritimer.NCn
scription, or; impressment is
most usdatlyialled, in NW England,
agree iri opinion With' Ijud'ge Black
stone and the English lairv'ers.
Philadelphia County Oct 121813. '
S3TRAYED . . . -
On tbe t4tb instart, froni the
plantation ft Mr; George liii-
rr.uKes in vnainim county, i a
RL HUHSE,4 ibout 4 feet 10 or 11 inches
high Rxp mane and . tailhis fctcpCaiid
part of 1Ts nwnd ciit,off-a star lnr hiHbr
headland snip op bis jboscno'otbeV-myica
recollected, '",, , ... " ' V"" 'C "
Any pesori ta ting. up said Hoi'sei? jan re:
twninff htm to aaid-Pismukes", jor td J. Gafes
,'ia iialeigb, wil be rewarded lor their trouble',
ana paia any ex pence wnica may nave oeen
A"1 VPnbtjfiaimitiition : dfvthStiidet8lf
thia institution- will commence on Toes1.
dst the 2d of XToVemberj and endon tbi. 10th.
; Pirjmtsi; Oriartffans and bihers wbotakg
an interest iri ' JLilerary Exhibtions are te-;
iivprm niiTiii7 111c uixa5iuii, i... ijin
spectfulry solicited to tuend. :.mC?
ro aiqaent (except in a special ca5c-n
' 'J'-l-l '4i? XhMft
.k'v-: i". WlfI. BE".SOLPi" : ;;..;';
At tbe Cburt-bouse in H.otherfot wtdttinl
4;M6ndaj ihelth bf lember ncty ji
CuntToTRutherfort.ef w itiucbtbere-
of ia ahaliber nccrsiarf to defray the Taxes
Joining yalentiTle, Krat beorjguag; ' ;le
auel Lemons and not returned
L.emons and not fetarned.
1 Acrear.roiog Rich ard rGoo&'rt&
belonging fdmV' n-
135 Acres a BrnahT CreelCvbdobgics to
losephiHeoderpsn-.- A i'5Hl? :
be - dismissed until i the whole business be
broughtto a close-v J V U-H ILSecy
4ae raereon tor. tne year ioi, twi
' 6& Acres oo the wtri of Crooked .Rtin;
4. 'vV '
WHliint: Parrel between andr20 (yewa of
are. - All.tietspni st-e eiiutidn'ed. afeairiatar-
rd t Ve : nenaity solftniliw TKeabove Re-
liBaw4;l:iMiv State. ;
; A BSCPKDE13 fioft.iy Service on the 13th i:: ;tj
Wrd die painyewwhblll, v -! ;
f live the ai Apprentfee to theobsbiber : '.-:.3-ff'J
jpignt raiavvin runrou&' wKwenoorg vj -r rv,
v; at SaUpbpm 0 Ah'f);6ui "o last tnonti
bands'htgWea'rsWi s lajblaat
i )kts lump pn her back ccctstpiiedf by the sad- .
dU; but i MrfeiEtTvell Op the tioin:tref
iper rfcni.nciaCT'K a ew aovumwo-or mice
.n nt;ttfcl nfuir Kvbebtaclc. and
riin pine mmntelyV insnecttxl ,w.llen' ihrddin?.
sbp hai some ppearanCej oP being; spotted.
SVe ifavrsVemurk'aWv we U under the saHdle.
aod w afks iweitiini. $'atnesv I Sanl. ipewas s
mare to meV or "give -inormli
may - be fowndi talf eceiye a generoua Re-
warp ana sui rcasonaoje epcrc; paia "
" ' :; -V :-TH(5j CT BLWTT. . .
vfXjT The Editors of tbeastw'ef aiilledg-
ViJIe and OolBttibia;; pir "
-Vsertf'tbi adyertiseiwint for ::theeyeekaSMi4'
they will bp piaadbjuBe sabscriber.; 1
.Court of Piea an4Qpam
KaHriajpaslVa rborien 3 0tAttacbite. fa
TJarraebus & MarshaU. I gbut If Maftbull.
T i appearjng rauiis iuoo
fr and Marshall are ot inbabitantr oti this
Stare; Ordered, that ?fobl!C I6tice'b4 given
.for thre' rntbi in i. the HafetgHegiW,
tht ; Unless hey ppeai; and replevy, and plea j
of this suit; that J ujtment fToaJi by dctaulrwill;
be entered up a vt beJbeiS term zgii nst t berai
?io the SBoaeVtbfl jeima3f.,ibe- kaowri. ayd! V 44
voun oi neas a no vaar t er sessions,
I t: appearing to , titeCoiJrt; tbtlaery Hi
Rogers islnbt jandbabrtantrif this State,
Ordered:' that 'public notice be oVen foribree 1
rbntb in theRateigh Register tba unesa r
be the said tienry K., Uogera.appeara,an(l re- i
plevieaf rnd:plearjatq ' said auit ihat 'Judgi
roent default finatwill becttere! bp at'tht
next teriii against Ijint'-Cv f 'cAA :ih
YT5aiipeann ; to tjie Cpurti tbaiamea ha.
Jeqnevisrnolai. jinbaban j
Ordereakrtbat buMk ndiice bef tivctr far thr f -
r;:otruwenSv!;yr(' 1fvS "
i I I'P"
: Woril&C!a Ay. t:K
a CourjbiPlws andarteacfls i v y
L t---..... . i . ;j - - l ,:;."
V - wtpf a ar . :-vM
pfer-fia-ept an inhabitant of tbiifSratii! Vm '
prdctefbft jnctcelK( giTefl Jor three SHf
montbilntbp- ligtlegiitertbamieaa Hf I
hethevia1d Henry NReerapneataatid tAAilU
pleviest: awl pixels to said -ayivjtbat jttd.' i
mcm-or wukutt uivf win oe coierea ry attht
t- '.-t- -V'- 'A