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flHE nnttfC Methodist. Chl
J WfffSi tt&&h in tbiiVnonth?
in thiswx"" : Greenet'which tone a
-'nation vuipe j. - M -a,
HILLSBOROUGH V ' .
. irE subscriber hiving: been appointed
fP ncUl of thislnstitution, respectfully
K -irKitronn of Parents and Guar-
lVmb to hre their sons or wards
Za for the Freshman, Sophomore or
, icm oi ??r.mA atmnts will be fur.
-ff on application to the subscriber. '
n!ihcd,on JOHN ROGERS.
!r The Fall Session will commence on
first Mondav after the fourth of July, ami
!Xte on the fourth Saturday in Novem-
Vr. - ; s
llonic lottery (price sale at
J. GaJes's Bookslw;e.
FKIDAT, JULY 26, 1822.
Our Supreme Court, which has been
fitting since (he 17th ult. is expected
to adjourn to-dav or to-morrow. In
ur next, e hope to be able to give to
ar risers a list of the Gases decided
at this Term. . .
flie Crop The Milton paper says,
that in that section of country there is
emv prospect of an abundant Crop.
Th?" wheat harvest is just over, and
lUogh not very heavy, is more than
sufficient for domestic consumption.
The at harvest is , unexampled, and
the corn crop is more promising than
las been known for a number of years
in many places the crop is as pro
active as it seems possible for the
cni! to moduce. The tobacco crop
tno, the staple commodit v, is as pro
mising as could be wished. .
. We trust the late rains will remove,'
in some decree at least, the apprehen
sions entertained on account of drowth
i&gorce parts of this neighborhood.
The Bank of the United States has
issued an advertisement that proposals
for the erection of a Banking House,
in M all street, New-York, will be re
ceived until the 27th inst. ? .
. American Academy of Language
and Belie LettreK,y The second enhi
versary meeting of the Amercian Aca
Iemv of Language and Belles Lettres,
nas'held at the Ciry'Hali,.in New
York, the first 5londay in June last.
The frllowinj: officers were then dulj
elected for the ensuing year.
Hon. John Quincy Adams, President.
v Joseph Story, L.JL.D- 1st Vice-President;
William Lowndes. 2d do.,
' SaMuel I.. Mitchell, L. LD. 3d do. is
"Wm. S. Cantell, Esq. Cor. Secretary. '
lfer. Alex. M'Leod, D. P. Rec. Secretary.
John Stearns, M. D. Treasurer.
Kev. rn. Allen, D. D. President of Bow
doin Colleg'e. '.
Right Rev. T. C, Rrownu ell, D. D. L. L. D.
Bishop of Connecticut.
P. S. Dnponceaii, Esq.
. Hon, J. L. Taylor Chief-Justice, of Nbrthi
. Henrj clay, Esq.
His Excellency Thomas B. Robertson, Go
rtrnor of Louisiana. "
(n. Itobert G. Harper.
Nathan Sanfonl, E?q.
Hon. Jacob Morton.
m. Jmes M'Kevan, U. D.
John Tiandolph again W appears
that opr countryman, Mr. Randoiph,
rs made another oratorial display in
1 ndon, at a roeetin; of the " British
and Foreign School Sncietv," held on
16th May. The following notice
1 h remarks is contained in the
1 nes, of the 17th : A jr. Jlmer.
M Mr. Randolph (of the American Congress)
proposed a rote of thanks to his Grace the
JH:kc cf Bedford, and the noblemen and rem
Ticc-patrons"of tbe. Society. He
C UE0a th r ami virtues of.tfce
ouse pf Russell,! and of the oth er names
fich were the objects of his resolution,
tuhich were those cf the noblemen
ho are at the head of the Catholic, of Ire.
and the venerable Bishop of Norwich."
fire On 4k a r u i mu
JJ- "'e Theatre at Eatonton in Geor-
WXft Pflfiralvr .1 l
V . -""VI, . vunsuiiiru. Iir.
v wiujianj nau jUSl arrivea
; er? and had played once on the night
fous We understand they lT)st
hole of their ttardn.hplft
Another firo t?j
rcKsrjurir on tho n;i, ..ri' .mu :
irf SeveraI ,,OUS!es a,ld ther pro
"7 ere destroverL Tf
ave been the work of an incendiary.
It is with regret we learn! that on
in ol Jr t, a fire broke out
Cn - bui,dinSs attached to the
Hhirh ; CIOry a Steubenville,
J'cn together with two smaller ones
nculti, iJu u was with dit-
'Ihe lLl ,T)a!n buing wus saved.
. -- A
Gen. Henry-Dearborn, Plenipoten
tiary to the Cnurt of Portugal j and his
familv, sailed -from Boston on Tues
day in the brig Spartan for Lisbon. .
fjemen are said to be appointed Mi
nisters to our sister Republics, viz :
Hon.. C. A. Rodney, of Delaware, to
Buenus Ayrejj ; Col. Todd, of Ken
tucky, Charge d'afiairs to Colombia ;
and Hon. Hugh Nelson, of Virginia,
Minister to Mexico.'
I Charleston, July 19.
. The Court of Magistrates and Free
Wders,. convened fqr'the trial of sun
dry persons of colour, charged with an
i attempt to raise an insurrection in this
state, nave unanimously inunu me fol
lowing guilty, and passed upon them
the sentence of death, to be carried
into execution on Friday morning, the
26th inst. on the Unes, between six
and nine o'clock in the morning:
Julius, the slave of Thomas Forest.
do of Mrs. Russell,
do of Mr. Jorre. -
of.Wm. Harth, jun.
of Robt. Anderson.
of Mrs. Ball,
of Mrs. Faber.
John, and Vdo
of John Robertson.
of Mr. Forrester,
of Mr. Crom well. '
of Mrs. Purcell.
of Mr. Schnelh
of Mr. Glen.
of Mrs. Thompson.
The Court still continues assiduous
ly engaged in the trial of others appre
hended for the above crime.
; At the request of tlie Court of Ma
gistrates and Freeholders, his Excel
lency the Governor has extended the
respite gran fed to Monday, the. slave'
of Mr. Gell ; Charles, the slaye of the
Hon. John Drayton ; and Harrv, the
stave of Mr. David Haig, until Friday,
26th July inst.!
; A Court of Magistrates, and Free?
uhohlers having assembled at the Court
House in Jacksonborough for the trial
of four NeeTo Slaves. charod with hav- f
ing fifd the jMail Driver o the Par.
IcerFejry road ; after acquitting onej
unanimously found the following three
guilty, and passed upon them the sen
tence of death, to be carried into execu
tion on Friday, the l9tb inst. between
the hours of 10 and 2o?clclT: Nashaw
and Jim, the property of Mrs. Jacob
Martin : Jupiter, the property of Tho
mas J ones,. Esq.
' Bntavia, JSm. F. July 5
At the U. S. District Court, for the
Northern District of this State, held
in th? village during the present week,
the, Hon. lloger Skiriuer' presiding,
came on the trial of Jonas AV hitney
Fa rns worth,1 for forgirigUhiterl States'
Patents for Military Bounty Lands.
The trial is said to have been conduct
ed with a great deal v of patience and
solemnity. Not having been present
during any part of the trial, we are
unable ' to prrsent any thing further
than that the awful sentence of death
was pronounced upon the prisoner.
He is to be hung the 0th of Septem
ber next. This seSitence has to un
dergo the approval of higher constitu
r Tublic Dinner, A splendid enter
tainment was on .toe 18th inst. given
to the Baron Hvde de Neuville, at the
City Hall in ew-York. "Wm. Bay
ard. Esq. acted as President, and Na
than Sanford, Esq., as Vice-President.
A number of distinguished guests were
present, among, whom were the Hon.
Rufulving,'timothy Pickering, Count
de Menb'ri, Count D'Espinville, and
others. SeeraU appropriate toasts
were drank, which we have not room
ro insert at length. On drinking tlie
health of Baron de Neuville. he rose
and said : . s . .
" I pray you gentlemen, to accept the ex
pression of my profound gratitude, for the
very flattering reception with which you have
honored me this day, and for the distinguish
ed marks of kindness and benevolence I have
received froiu the United States, in whatever
situation it has pleased Divine Providence to
place roe. Permit me to offer you my best
wishes for the prosperity of a city of which I
was, and ever shall remain a citizen, if not bv
j right, in my htart at least.' Permit me, gen-
tlemeii, at te same time, to . cfi'er you the
i same for each of you in particular. .
And. then the following toast was
given : j .' . :. . ' ;
' By Jti. Hyde de J!einilteThe city of Ne w-
I York, the flourishing capital of a powerful
I state ; Nature it would seem bad done every
( thing for ber-but the activity, industry, bold"
; enterprise and enligliened patriotisni of her
citizens have done more, Nothing can ar
rest her. rapid- advances towards -the most
brilliant destinies- . " '
't Vr. Mavis's Rejoinder. Th e N a-'
tional Inielligencer (by last night's
Mails 5amft ;W arc Jn formed br
lb; PoitoiiertPoUdjiirii n this
State, tha the mails ;sent! frpin all J the
towhin'that county. ;exJbeptVOIeA.:
with the mails wade up at Albany, oh,
the 24th and ;25th ultr ajs well as Val
others southof Denmark,: had been
destroyed bv a fire which broke out at
the Pjfcst-OfficeV t Denmark on Sun
day the 50th' of Jq.ne.JVt T. Mv. '
m r.- vjtussei i , accompaoieu juy ,iai
menta from'Mr Brent andjMr: Bailev
type; jj He begins by-aymg that Air
R'g pape bears I the ' samerrta tiqn
to f ru trjfltois'r.igitrll xletter bea r
to his sifirn at u res.'V He denies mos
of his rnaterial' .TaMdi'miJitrhT
uiferences. He speaks with no littte
asnenty of nis adversary
is: adversaryv 1:M In the
transactions of human ' society (says
he) there are deeds of wnich no ade
quate ' idea' 6an -be conveye! in the
terms qf courtesy and urbanity ; yet I
admit the'pbligatioh of a publicman i to
meet with coolness and self-command
the.yitest artifices eyen of fraud and
malignity to rob biro of the most pre
cious of human' possessions, his" good
name thrice happy they who mas
ter so, their blood.' Mr. A. has not
altogether shot his bolt : " In another
paper (says he) I shall prove that Mr.
Russell's reminiscenciea of f the pro
ceedings at Ghent, bear the Same cha
racter of imnginatiqn substituted for
memory? &c; Enquirer, r -
. Right. -At a meeting of the inha-
:bitants of Marion county; in the state
of Illinois, it was
-Resolvep, That we consider the practice
of soliciting the votes of electors, by the can
didates for public office, either from favor or
j by ftyftery, promises, entertainment, treats or
j rewards, as anti-republican in its principle,
1 injurious to the public peace, interest and
j morals, troublesome, degrading, and corrupt
j ingto the candidate ; and we do i"esblve tliat
j we will withhold our support from those who
! shall resort to such practices in future.
The Nashville Clarion states, upon
ithe authority of a traveller iinnu'diate-
!ly from Texas, that Stephen F. Aus
j tin, Esq. the ostensible grantee of tie
j large tract of land including the rnoUth
j of the Colorado river, was, a few days
;before the traveller left the country,
j drowned in, that river. It is said in
jthe same paper, of Mr. Aurin, that,
j although-' not more than thirty years
of age, he had, preriuusly to leaving
the United State., . tilled several im
portant stations under the general go
vernment, (the liist of which was that
of the United States Judge of the ter
ritory of Arkansas,) with much credit
to himself and benefit to the people.
JVrtf . Gaz.
Warm JVeathrr.-n-Tk? Montgomery
(Alabama) Republican states, that the
w e a tb e r j n that, co u n f has bee n u n -com
mon ly hot a nd su 1 1 ry $.Tfhere ad
been no 'rairPtor ' "syeray';" weclcsV and
the mercury stood as hih at 108 de-
giees ol f ahrenheit. A few case9 ot
i -1 r , i : i . Jl '
umous lever nau appeareu ; ; out tne
surrounding--country was generally
healthy. The'Mobile Commercial Re
gister says, tlie thermometer has not
stood above 96 degrees in the shade at
that place ; but the hot and dry wea
ther had produced a number of cases
nf fever, and that much sickness might
be .anticipated, unless there was a
change in the atmosphere.
The last accounts from New Orleans
state that it was.getting sicklyv The
Mayor had recommended the removal
of all those who cjuld make it conve
nient. A great portion of the popula
tion had already left the city. The
weather had " been excessively hot,
the thermometer for several days hav-
ling ranged uoin yu to yu.
The following i an extract of a let
ter from an officer on board the U. S.
sihooner Grampus, at the Havaima.
lated June 26:
. 11 1 have only time to inform yoo that
we; in company with the Shark, have had
a most arduous and tolerably successful
cruise among the Keyes to .the south- of
this, place. We have been in, porsnit cf
the pirates ever, sinfce we sailed from the
Haranna 'a p-reat nart r.f tlie time in oneu
, - o j . I
bcnits. : We chased on shore two of the
schooner f, but only, took three of the pirates.-
The vtrssel we have here with us
we have to keep a, very strct watch over,
as the people swear vengeance & threat
rn'thHt they will take her f rem. us;' but'I
think in that they will be disappointed.
" The b'ats of our vessels now on this
station are not sufficiently large '.to cope
with the pirates, and We have no means
of attacking them except in boats. The
head man among them, .Don Raphael
Gondolpho, has three schooners under his
command, and two hundred, men. We
sail in the morning for tbe Spanish Main,
where we understand they have gone, and
if we fall in with them, I think we shall
give a good account of them. The Shark
is to cruize off Cape Antonio. "We were
very much grieved on our arrival here to
learn that. Lieut. Clements, of Marines,
had died j and a great nuruber of, the offi-.
cers and crew ot'the Maceaonian were
sick when she sailed. , She)ias gone to.
Port au-Printe. . It is' very "sickly Miere
among Europeans and NorthrAniei icans.
Although: we have) been very much expo
sed for the last month, the officers-and
crew are in very good beaUh.' J- . ; .:
r-: wV. r.er.
OAi"6-Rufus Putnam, the first hite
man that settled in 'that section of our?
country vwhich uow forms the .state of
Ohio, is still living' at arietta, (and
regarded as the father of the state. He
has lived to see the wilderness in which
ieq:rjiro8ef, aiyiueo; into .three
iridependetit states, and oodi 6f: these
ulitiohi in tfioselpartiiv of neadya
million and a ha I f of;)usy, bustling.
ycari i oou lie, mar XDeciro v nna j
Fpy u"ji7v,f?usi iqe ?oii, Diiyeara
before; Iwaiponhrtf oclden by wild ani-
Imals arid untutored Indian. X The
progress of , popUlatibh -in Ohidjs still
very gfea:r,!and the outlet to the ocean;
via Lake Erie and New-)Tork Caiiat,
will cause a wonderful. diminution of
me lorest in me northern parts, of the
stat r andj if the contemplated cross
cut to the; river h effected as it no
doubt Will be j the peoptewiil haive a
choice,; of fhe markejts of Newytxk
and New-Orfeans. .Ifet Lort Sheffield
predicted that the western parts.o'f our
country never would be commercial.
. Mies' lie.
: Cape of Cooi ydPainful;- ac
counts have lately been received'of the
great;-; d isfresses --otjheA Ari cultural
emigrants, in consequence of the faif
ure of the. crops for tvvo seasons. Mar
ny of them; were absolutely starving.
Some relief has been administered
from Cape-town, but not sufficient to
tuetn uie ajarming uisTress. - It ssaia
the remigralnfs r are indignant at their
treatment jbut dare not give'vent to
their complaints, lest the slender sup
ply from Cape -town be cut orfby the
GMvernor, who, as i be ;has ten thousand
pounds a year, tor his own provisions,
may not be easily persiaded of the
real extent !of the calamity." i '
Irish Misery. A- circumstancej
which has just come to our knowledge,
hows the dreadful extremities to which
the famishing people in some parts of.
Ireland are reduced. A vessel laden
with oatnieal, was last . week boarded
and plundered of her whole cargoxon-,
sistitig of about sixtyj tons. She was
at the time Itlistant about rj miles from
the Bay ofi Killala ; andUhe preda
tory party consisted almost entirely of
wretched and desperate females; who
came out in boats in sbch nuinpersas
to render anv resistance tairi. 1 Ntf Vio
lence was oifered to the crew,
A. slip from our correspondent, the
Editor of the Baltimore Federal Re
publican, contains authentic, intelli
gence fromj.Caraccas to JuneL 17th,
confirming the news of the fall of Qui
to, which wa published bjr proclama
t i oo . -i Th e ..i i ty wa s i 1 1 u rn iti at edfrr&i
ssion. It seems to be
(it uutiui wnenier Morales was Killed
i t. r t till m i iMi
in battle;," or
in a fit of desperation shot
his own pistol.
j The following is a translation of an
official communication made to the
Town Council of Port Mahon, by Don
jose Julian, commandant of the Span
ish frigate Perola, arrived at that port
from Algiers. i -
" THe Dey Qf Algiers having rejected, bh
the 26th of last month, the friendly propbsii
tions ot our Monarch tor adjusting certain
pecuniary differences oetween the two governments,-
I acquaint you with the same, that
you may, if yolu think proper, giye notice to
the merchants- of this island, in order that
they may provide against the hostile attempts
that may be made on their shipping by the
Algerines, although" the latter have at pre
sent no great disposable force for such cruis
es. Trusting j that y ou wUl , also take the
most effectual; means-to make it known in
the island of Majorca, I remain, Jkc.
i ' "JOSE JULIAO.
" On board the Perola, April 6, 1822." ;
One thousand men are wanted, In
addition to Ihose already employed,
to, woik on the Erie Canal in the vi
cinity of Lockport, in Niagara .county,
XT - 'll! . L'i L ...... -11' I , 'i I
r. i orK. loe.nign wages onereu, ami,
the length of time, for which laborers
will be required, ; renders, it an. object
well worth the attention of the indus
trious and enterprising. 5,
7 The Pittsburgh Mercury states that
an extensive1 range of buildings has
been lately erected in that city for a
large cotton j factory, the machinery of
which was made in New-England, and
is now on ihe; xroad, transported by
mirieen wagons, ine laciory is to
be d riven byj steam, and very sanguine
anticipations are made of the, result.
. Three steam. boats are also building
at Pittsburg,' which are intended as re
gular traders between that place and
the falls of the Ohio, l ; ; '
Mr. F. B. Morse, now residing at
New-Haven j is painting a view of the
Hall of Congress, on a large scale, in
wmcn picture win ue exniuueu ; up
wards of 90 figures, 8r of which are
Portraits from, sittings, by the differ
ent persons, Members oi- the Housed
prirrcipally, Judges fv4he Supreine.
Court, and oilier distinguished charac
ters. - : ' ' . ' " 7 ' ' - ' - " !
T he Louisiana State Insurance Com :7
pafiy have resolved to pfese'nt toColi
III mson, of tf)e brig BeJv idere,ay piece
of plate of the valne of g300, and their
thanks,ln testimony of the high sense
they entertain of' hisyconduct jn re
pelling a piratical cruiser, by vthich
neMtawd oft thejsd of Mayiftv
hisMfflba;td Newf Orleans. Thd
crew Wth Belvideref ' f t :
i&w it bv deeri mneMfH j'L'trkftifi w -
yprl,OMetite:thiath;', A to
which' we have; from a correspondent un
der the date of . ; ::.z:: i ..
: .Thb United States Frie Mdnntfn:
I paptain Biddle,"sailed this morning, escort-
uig- h sciooner peipngin to W Robin sori, to
p.axthagena. She lost Ope of hey Lieutenants;
.Mr. J. If, Hand,K)f Massachusetts, and had
more-than half heir crew sicl of YelfoW .'Fe
ver pnboaTd -r '; ' j ' V----;- -
. The Brig Buck arrived here in 60 dlfi
from Baltixnor, seized for having money (m
board, and the cargo Unding.by tbe jwldiersi
It Is supposed tljehole will be condoned.''
uc pusiqripi pi ai leiier written ax.
A lbfln V. nn ' Mnndhir ; tnftwni n'
I "ave; opened this to snve a renortl that r
the Hte freshet has broken awavthie torth-.1
ero yanai m two places; and that muclvoF
the'IurrififeT1Hwbic& irt the Canal has been.
t i - j -.
. irappears rcpm; toe laoie.oi me. As- .
sbciationtriemheScc. of the Baptist
uriMiiiiuaiiuii-iu.ine several siaies oi
the:Unibn, that there are within the
limits of theiUnited States, 169;Aso
clarions, a j 2X5 cnurches, 1822 mints- V
tefsMnd 212,59 thnibers. 13,10
nave oeen Dapusea ; during , the past
year ; ;th6 .returns "of ;the liii ruber ht
baptisms are; riot, however' compje'te J'
. '' FOa -TBS BSGlSTXalf' .
Messrs. uaitors-i think the follow
ing Extract of a Letter from Dr; Rush;
to George Clyihfer, Esq. will ajpply-as
f n rc ibly to 1 h ej Kumari e: in s ftutio n of
Peace Societies, as tp ih e su bj ec t on.
which thi Doctor wroteVe should
be glad Jf you w i 1 1 pit bl isfi tlie ' e x tra'c t
when you nave room in your paper : ;
' ' , lj khow,': "saysth :D3cto, hdwiapt
tnankihel are to brand every proposition for
innovation, as Visionary ! and; Utopian. But
good men should ' not . be discouraged by
sucb epithets, from theit attempts to. combat
vice "And error. There never , was an in
proTement in any art or scienc,e, -rior . a pro
posal fbr. meliorating the condition of man,
in-iny age or country, that has not been cori-
tsidered ul the light of what; bas. been , called
an Utopian ichetne. fj- . -1 '.
" The ab'plicatiorf of th magt to"navi-
gktion, and of stearh tdmecamcal purrjosesj
hare both been brkrided its Utopian projects.
The great idea of Qolumbui, of exploring ii
nevvr world; was long viewed in triost of the
courts of; Europe, as tHe dream of a visionary
sailor. " : ' -M; - '':' ;
hyotrandlTi recl!eYihe1irn;w .JT
! ' . f i ;.aalsO wheo the independ
ence of the United State and , the present
Vise and happy confederatjoa of our repub-.
lies, were all considered by many oiout
ber, prudeiit taen, as'subjects of an utopiari
nature.' - - (
.'. Fot the benejit of thbse jjersoffs who?
consider opinions as improved, tike certain
liquors, by time ;-ktid who -are opposed td
innovations, only because they did not occur;
to our ancestors shall conclude my letter
with an - anecdote X)f a Minigfer inyLbhd6n
who after employing a rlp'rtg sermon, in con
troverting whVt he Supposed to be in here
tical opinion; concluded jt with tbe following
words.: I tell yduyZ-ftfell you, niy bre-
uiren. x ic . you again,- uiax sui out error 19
hotter than a neia truth?'
(CT The remainder ofiT.C'ii comrmihica'
tittfis shall appeat next week, s ;
t At the residence bf Gen. Aiaflah Gfavesr
in Caswell county: on the 13th Tnst after arl
indisposition of 15 of 16 days, which he. bore s
with uncommpn toiljtudei,Mr;jonn W, Duck;
pi ijruuiorji counxy, 'agea vin, tne. aeatfl
of Mr. Di a. breach is madein Vociety not ea -;
sily" to be repaired. llewas a kind neighbor;
'good master; anan afTectionate hnsbandi :
A disconsolate, and deeply alicted wife, arid
k numerous tirairf of friends and relatives will
lpngbye i deplore their untiniely 4dssi. ' ,
M Departed this life on the 6th inst. at his re
sidence in Nash county, Maj. Isaac Watkiris; s ;
whose tleatb, to say the.least, is much to Be
lamented by all Who knew himvind the tear
of sympathy is a tribute .Justly- due from; thei
public, and will npv be; withheldV froni lorie)
whose early life was ' sperit in thfe service otr
bis -counfjy. Inirftedutelyraftw.tfie coto-. -mencement
of the late war. he .was afnoncst
the first to step forward asa volunteer in srrp :
port ot that war. He "used all his influence
and succeeded in raising alVohintecr Compa-
ny of tnfantryy which he held in feadrfiess for
service at a moment's warning for a term 01 .
vears 1 and Wheh called on bv our sisttfstkf.' -
Virginia; for assistance; we firjd hitt agajn at
the head of the list of Volunteers in his coiin-:
tv i whence; he cheerfully marched . his little
band to Norfolk (bis destmtd stationV) at a
time that tried men's souls; wherebe, regard- ''
less of dangers, maintained the tharacter of
ttiA man onrl the cnMiui )JU! it.
omccr ww j eucu as 10 v scCUTC' tw Ilim-iae.,
friendship arid esteem of bis Company gnei'
rally, and of the Officers of tlie Regiment-to ; ;
which rie-belongeoTjut alas be is gone l tf
gone xo iimt . oourne rrom whence no traveller
returns tgone. too. in the prime of life i wheti -hobid
fair tb hare lived out many y ears, t . -
was snatcned otl by ashort illness, which, a - .
few days since : found him in the strength of
his yet youthful age and bloom of health but - "
which has laid bimlow in the cold and dreary ,
mansions of the dead. ?. v 1 "'; ' v, ,: .
f At Hamilton Tille, near Phikdelphja, ,oa
tlie 15th instMahuel Tprrea, Minister of the
Colombian Republic near the United States y--.
in the 58 th: year of bis age.'The cause of .
human nature has lost one of -its most diain-' "
terested and ablest advocates-andy perhaps
to Colombia and the whole of Spanish Ame-
rica the Ipsa is iwpara1te?-7-rior is the depart. '
ore of tjiis, rarely gVtkiuifi'glit conside
ration to' those interests which riaturalhr unite
the Northern with Southern America! in that
great communion of security andunItytto the v
acceleration ot wbicb. he had devoted .the
11 last 35 yeai-s f lua,K, aud, in effects life it- J .
sen ' - 1 - -.