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" 'From the Rcpvlditah Vhi miclc. ' , . Tit E BUCKET, v ' , T . 'iw dear tn tliii heart are the scenes of my childhood ' TVIiea fond rooUeotion recalls them to virss ; 'i o oretiara, tao meadow, the deep - tSDjled WiW Wold, ' And ev'ry - lov'd pot which my infancy knew ; I hewid spreading pond, and tbe mill which y . stood by it, - - The bridge, an tht rock, where the cataract fc.ll The cot of my father, Hie dairy - house nigh it, - ; And e'en the rude bucket .v.iica bunz iu till . - : , well, . , JTbe old oaken backet the iron lund bucket " The moss - corer'd bucket, wlut bhuns in the , - . - well. ,;... . That mAu.rvirfAt I hail nt s treasure. . i'or often, at noou, when returned from the 1 i. t r - - .1 I HIUUU II Ul IVnrCC OI Wfl CXJUIVfLV piciii e, How ardent Iseix'd it, wiUi hands that were . - A'ul quick to the white pebbled bottom it foil, . Then oon, trilh the emblem of truth overflow - in?, - : ' ' And dripping with cooluass, it rose from the well. ". - . - ' "'. The old oaken bur nt the iron bound but ket - t - , .. The moM - tover'd bucket arose from the well. flow iwcet frem the green (tansy brim to re - ceivoit, - ' Aannis'dmi tliarnrh. it iiw - lmf.t In n IVot a full lsliiag jrublct could tempt me to leave it, - Tho' 15l!J wilij the nectar lint Jupiter sips. ' . Aud now, f ir rttmov'l, from the lov'd tituarfon, Tho tear of regret will intrusively iwelj, 4. A tancy revertt to my lather's plantation, And ti,jlM (ur the bucket which hanjjs in tht " well, The olJ oaken bucket the iron bound bucket The moss - courU bucket, which b injjs iu tlic v vwell., ., ' .. '. From lui English Pajieii. THE NEW MAX1A. Of lata when the Greenland - hound ships bad set ' 1 Slil. "1 ; And tbe shot at lord WcUingiou happened to fail, A itranfe dearth of topics bean to prevail. . f0 subject twainTAr.! tn inforwtt fu.t.;..n Ko touching new mania or whimsical pamnn ; 4 mo prince nau exnauiien uu pa! term ol Urf Sf, Am! Itiril f&mn rjinrilt 'iMf. w. . it :.. i,A ' presi, hile (lie world look'Jand lanuWi'd in ident - auenuon, ' Fume clever loiil hit on a f.iinnu invention 'Ti a tu'e oiaile of braK, pewter, copper, or tin, With a hole at one end of it, where you look in, And ce graciotii heavens ! you u uch a eight, fchould I try to describe it, 'twould take mo all nifbtj The ciquifite f jtirei and eoK.on you can see No painter can copy, oo poet ca foncy ; You ee what muet all you've before teen turpaw ; . You fee tome small old broken piern of glass. , i'ed I tell you, indeed, that with ui.h preparation. So lovely ft bauble has caused a rcit - atiun I doubt whether Lillwcjuet, monarch ol toys. Or tho devil bimtell ever made inch a noise ; Til the favourite plaything of ecliool - boy and sago. Of tho baby ia armf, and the baby of aje. Or the grauJam whose sight i at tuel pi oblenia - tical, Aud the soph who ex pining it by role ntsthc - ' matical, Ot (he fciiht wlm in vuin tno In tnu.li t - . i (M motk it, Y1, ten to one. enrrie tv hra'.c in his imrkpt. All are bit in their turn, from the Ulle who . ime norue it, I'm tuld, U the tp'ra, instead of a lorguette, To the cripple who makve them, " so pretty and , - - x J v Such Indeed is the raa'e (or them, chil or cnurcn m, . You see Uicm about you, and each little urchin fr'inilin! iiv..n h i i t hope, Kunj to Uie tinman, and makes a Kaleidosc ope.' LIVERPOOL, May 22. In the home of lords ou the Mihof M.iy, Mr. J. r1. Uraitt moved an address to the prince repent, pr; - in,j fur copies of the correpondcnce i dative to tho transportation of count Las Caxs lo Europu. xrd Cmllereagh coiwidered the motion lo t calcul:vted to Ihrow preatodiuui on government, which the r did uut deserve, t.'onnt Las Casas had boci dt tected eiidcavourin!; to establish a ctx r - oiidc dc c between the prisoner i.l t. Helena and certain pur. - on; in Ltirope i?ouie convertaliuu cuaued, aaj the motion was ucgatived. The London papers state, llmt aaiouj - t the novel imeutions in this nieh,niral a'c,'au instrument has just been completed for lurniu" over the leaves r - fa mosic - book, without obliging the performer to Ukc his luudd from the keys If we mistake not, lln doiidcratiiui has been tlic ubjoct of several patents, uoue of which have t - ci feclly tULCtcded. LIVERPOOL, MayC3. The rcre Cr that mot entcrt:iiniug and inge - tj'ousuuinnia:iL the Kaleidn - - n:i. I,r, n.. uuiversa!, that it is thought that Or. Brewster woii;j ivavc pXiie an imtucose loitune by this fuliioual te toy, it he had used mure precaution iu bniigiug it for wan I.' It ii, however, doubted whcll'erhe could hate maintained hii claim to the originality of Hie invenlioa, tlioujli it is believed, from tiie knon intrgrity of his characti r, that ht certainly thoii'ht the invention origin.tl. A London paper says, that a vobime (irinte.l in It 10, describes this niarhine litcrallv, and gives a plate by which any person misfit ninke it. 1 he Look ucol.tlcd ".Vow Improvement i f planting and gardening by Richard Bra.il. v, F. It. i It Wdi rccomnnuJed lo te nj.phi d to the iin - proveaiect cf tho ires of garden plats uul llwerbctl', then niui li Used. There is it nreseul poo! ia v. hich you niy not fiod a kaluidcscope, an J in Londk n, Bath, .c. we are UdJ, they are ttdl more luitersal. Uuvse of Lords, .1 10. The lord r lunci l - lor brought in a bill for amending the Ke'eocy f.ct. The bill, he oberveJ, was lo provide Jor the tare of his muty's rjersoti. The ecef;i - if lor .otroducisij the piocent wcir Was .... t..b..v... u. b. .. ., a wa tbe bill; which after tome obtcrrationt f f ail I r - it - . a J: 1 . Ktrejuia tiverpeu, was ru aoruuiij , ouu ft... ...rl.A.I J 1iirla. . ' vcr.t i', b;it could not succeed 10 i - moeiciif 1 j oiamj it one ol sjKifp.rliC9of llie.tMcol her mfy - heallh, Jivisiom of North Au erica iHiiiicieiit to aia.i. it oneol rf'l'll - a. - . - iv. - IIU IU IC1II1.U tit ia bor, . i t!i;,t a due attentioa should be 10 SI "I bKr he dlh. would be recollected tl.m the Wll provid.ac for the due , x cretstMil toe ri.va.fju.i.n;, a;,p,i,l. - d a privv couucil , n:,dcriuea.U;tc of I r u.,.,tr but umt U lit. e..uil,ii!arier,ii.l n,lt ,Ci,lr at v, - lud. to per m hs pr,.,,, , ,a j provKl, lor the - vljiti, , ,..Ma tul'Z , VOX, , ltl)p.r 11. .T 1. I HlMr, ; - r.i - rur If. prr - i.,... .) i f ha i.v;.i My , hiaun t, .1 1, Cllrri, , iron, Uunn; .ar'.i - o - .ni I .: .. . . . .'" " " 111 fvpno:ti.t!F mi!,. ..I.,., ti. ' le ttb - .Tilt oTil,. - riii,!.!, - do - in - dm clb..,: I Uioritn - s of thii ntv LO.N'DOA.MaT 20 Tuesrlav Mr. Hunt arrived at Bristol, iu bis tandem, accompanied by an individual, residout there, and took his station on esse tide of the brass firwlMtfiltL in fmnt nf ih SV.vr - h!inr. ft bcin? ft I O - o holiday, a larger number of persons were assembled than u - ul, to whom he addressed ft long harangue ; ia the course of which, be complained thai his trtiuk had been detained by the cus - a i . T! r I A U Jn.. . tioa of offering Ivmictfto caniiidte for the re - IVPVUiailVlJ IH Kill VIIJ AS, V4I. "OA V..MVS, jrejinj: a williiiuess to perform liis prombe ; K 1. - 1 ......I.. nA nl.l.l a l i i : i i I i.i. .. - tt eitiri i Htm in wimst nu iiriir miiii ins ficMiifi mriiif out a fair prospect of succcrs t be never would te made the tool of one party to Jislrcft the o - ihtDPs ht 'rtilfr miinl niitiAiiImn m sirv.lo C, I K purpose of causing - money to be speett and, 1L...BU r..u ... i .t i i.i . nHn Cirvtrtl Qn.l mnt..nr l.ini I... . - .nlJ n..S' Km expected to place himself in the situation of a ftinJMil. T f 1 t . . ' I 1 1 . : i - uiwiuaic, i. wuutu Hjrjwar VJ a JUI1 - UUUK, 111 the possession' of his frk - ud, tiiat 4000 oloctors had voted oo the last occasion, and, Uicrefore, unless 1000 wonliL Im.C, ir. Ihi f - .f li.tyinti enter their Dames as his supportcis, he did niJt think there was eulficient chanca of success to warrant his cflcrin? himsrlf si s rnrrMntativ for that city. After a I002 sr eech. Mr. Hunt t 1 1 r . . . uostenuea u om me .ietnl, wnere ne had " fretted his hour away," and, accompanied by a ntimrroi'iR tisrltf Y.'.m 1 ... ' i " " J v. UKJ ....... ' , IWCUW I rej - rtin his trunk. In a .h remounted the pedestal, and real several cx - iratm irom tne ilea lioolt. He finally promised his auditors that, if they would give him proper encouragement, he would meet them on the commenremmi t,t if - 1 r . .),,, ... . . ,n. x i - yfu. lit .i . u tended his vehicle, and deliberately drove out of ui u , s.Ton aucr wmrh the tnob separated without tumult or C'OllfUHOII. ." xr.ityrotiK ErE.vi.va rosr. FKIDAY, JULY 10 P ensacela once uutrt. Gen Jack. - ou's conduct ia forcibly taking poscfsion. of reiuaccla, and eiercisin.'acts of aulhorilv there, has bernm. thesulijcct of critlciim in several of the public papws, without distinction 0f politics. ' The Georgia Journal, quote tho following oas.n.. fiosn Uie prisidmifc mtisn2e rcsucctui? tho Si. minolo war: "Orders have been given to the general in command net to cntr srinn.i i... . - . i. purMiitof the enemy, and in that case to resprrl ... . M,.u,,iy u aertver tl is mamtuxtud ; and tin will l. in....i - .i . i .... ' , " i 10 sriinuraw his lorcca Irom i the province as soon as he shall have reduced that tribe to order, mill isirsixnil At. . s" 1 1 1 .vuivt VUi ItlitlW - citizens m that .iiiarter, by satUfaclory arran - e - llitrila n - im. i m ' c . n , uu,,rovoitcu ami savage iu luture." On which, the editor observes : H - ,..i:, the declarations o the president and th.rn...1i..T of general Jackvw, there i.au obvious disa - reo - ment i whether the former be guilty of tVisinre - r.t.v, or tho latter In, rwtotal Ku 'instruction,, time Will develope." Lieut, col. LchUt, assitf ml ntiarler mastrr general, 7 otn. rrf, a,,d 537 mt,u r .u MUh. fi'ill I liu . - iuui rriineot. and 42.m..r arrived at (J - icUr, ft0m the Olhof Juue to the HolJu:y. ; An aged m.in, by the name of SouUierland, """"" M no. 10 R..ovelt - streeL him - l.;m !.. - - i . nign - . K is sai J be was induced to enramit Ihe flal deed in co :se iuenr nf on tessmeot of hi property, for the oprmnj of the iiretc, wiutn 09 was unable lopay. rOMffMCSTfOX. si., in rcauiii,,' yesterday' paper, I was sorry to find you hid omitted mentioning ihnt tiie 1 - Vencli sloop of war stationed in the north river, near the Washington, Us not failed t. pay the due honour to the remains of the im mortal Montgomery. I i!,:!i ;t WouKl have been pins no more than a just compliment to the l'rcncli ofliei - iM u h. 1 1 r.. " .vv..v.V.A fcliC lU - ral. I remain Sir, Yours, tc. A niENulLMAX. '( on tV Ait;.,ttal Inte'lhenrtr, Ju!u C. Oi - spatches were received at the War lie. Partmciit ve.stcrihiv finm f:.Mi,.i .1 - W u.av.M. .. av.S 111."" I l he bearer, .Mr. Humbly, reached the city oni - li - rxKUT lilL.'SVB til HI Mil 11 I IVP ri! Itnttu I . nuurms us, nonie iIhjs earlier, but tliv detentions 0:1 Hie road arising from the irrrjularitv of the stii - e.s on some t)art nf the - bn - v ral Jiohson's letter have tic f i - .. , 1.1 ... the Ficident. and their cor.tt - ntu .f i - .m. - v - ..... unknown to us ; but we ur.deicUiul. iren.Tali.. that thev embrace a foil cceitln,;, in the south, flown to the expuUion of the Sp.mi.irds from I'eiiscula, and that the fact ihev ilncln' form n tiui.t 4ftrvlM 4; catum i t hu conduct in ihc Spnisli tcrriiory. Tlier a Fmm Ih' Sarinnnk. liepnWcen, June 30. In addition to v. hit ve mrntimitd in our last nbtive to the privateer Voting fa'paitan, we now st ile that tho real name of lier touiinandiT, who is bonfincd in goal, i CJinlo' k, nil not IJamcs fs was nupposed. Hocoiife.bcs haung boarded Iheschr. Col. t.rorgr. Ar.ni'ia I, c;'pt! ti.'.te. hair, belonging to Hallimore ; but denies that he ever lanetioned Did unlrnrc .,u.,i..,ii.i on that vetsel, by the crew irt the nru. .deer ueithr lines lie justify the killine of the ."pauLh captain ; a id says thit be cndiavored to nre - i rriimi - - . 1 fin 1 i nr nimns n - . .. 1 : We arc lnd?oti J t, a friend of ours tollowri detcMitini of E - ,t - Flnrl''j. . is akwrutrt itinst Plrtflil a. imntini inn' mt W1'VI VJ V tVI IMIW Irecnl to Intofct nothing could be very great tlietaat ytuvA, there hu not been exported one lince kiliiei jsrtn rB n S n V r t Mntnnu nf rcn uniijn one conimcTur siiippca imm cl John's fiver, in one twenty thousand barrels again ; In Savannah river, Georg'u, which 14 in nn vk fiiiTti'ifir tr ths piiir St ytat while the whole of this province dots not !ad ten vessels in a year, notwithstanding Ho - u i.av niuiiv iiifire aiivuiii:urpa urisiiiir I rum t 1 ' . streams. sii'if rabundauuvsiinolied: lirsrc he'iU ibr ui - rekinir ri'tlie nr - ruti:.p Mitufiim nf itk coats and keps a more southern climate, more (rninl tfl It:.' rill! itf.'lt iill f ujn, '.nilM - irlimt a.. cles of commerce, and to many valuable spun - lancnus iniuiit'inii j nai'.ire, etc. , " Its cxi - ffrutions mieht cniif it,t of m.inv ar ticles, viz: the fuur clos. - es of lumber already mcntiniitil.' iiid mnnv iittiM - . ..imn w.n hemp, indifjo. tobacco, p it and pearl anh.myr - ll .nl !.... mi.. :.. . indisn nint. riro rr Iiut - I - ...iL. .mil orange witie, frajie and peach brandy, whiskey, mull 1 imifil - s. nrimt - jiiiiL lin - mc 11C 1. ....... Llnitu a lor.ff list of esculent and medical roots, culi - twra - !...( if.'... ! un.l .........eB. : 1 . I .l .......i. .nu u.itii..uiiiriii) un, uui, pork, lish, btftter, clicesc, hrd,r,(ltry,4c. kc. ugar and flour have not been fairly tried; but in Georgia, lyiiifr more north, Uie former is made in incut uei feet inn. ami thr lutrr in Louisiana directly west there 110 reason to doftht oflLf. Iiiatfivii niirli ii .M..I,T.. . .... .. - w ,( . ...... Ill I till Hid 1 and iu southern part will" suit the jrrowth of "" ii'i iiiiiijj ioiijj peninsula oeiween the two rirlnli. tlic Ail ..,1. .,.,1 t. ii,. climate becomes much more southern than the lainuuc warrant?!. " These advantages hv din - msint .nlr fmm the wantofhands to put them in motion." F mm the 11 'est - Chtsttr ( fm.) Recorder, July 9. A letter from u friend in Wilkcsbarre to the editor of this paper, contains no actoaut of a most dUli'tsiing event. It is dated Wilkcsbarre, Juuc 27, 1CI8. My dear sir, "A Vtu'V nu lanclinlv an.l iinritiii. - .ia .:.nm. ftruiee took place in this town but Thursday, tbe " v - nr 1.11c moi iny n ir nii, capt. saml. Cowman, is no mnrp. Iln'ti.ri 1... i.... . - - .... ." o ...iicc .iiuui aiin - iise in pursuit ofhishhtep, and in passing iiuuugu me paiiiro 01 Mi - phen i ultle, wlicre the Aldcmev bull writ k i 1. In. v u Mh. - I..'! k.. this ferocious animal, I eaten and,brjiiitd to Ui it . uejjrce, mat nolwillitttmdilij all the medical aid that could be procured and brought to his aj - ktance, ho expired about 12 oYbxk the same Jay. I was with him and his distrasied family duriiiij his illnefp, in whir h, the most part of the lime he had his feiiscs. He was found lyinj on the trround. and from C - 'J ... Itltw. lilill we can gather, be mu?t have been iu tho power ih uiu iiuuiiai irom ia to M minutes a mot cruel death lo die. He was a Patriot in lhervn'ni;..n ir - . from Lexinctua. .Uas'. nnd the ground was first stained, lie was at the taking of Ilurgoyue nt Kiiijjsbrid - e, nnd many other skinnithtj. lit aaukm mil 1 ?uard 24 hours rciiiiis to IU execution, nnd walked arm in arm with him to the gallows. Ilik burial look place yesterday iu Ihe presence of a v. ry creuded assembly. At three o'clock tiie lo!, - c moved from tho lod - e - rooui in procciiion to tiie houe, where part of the sen ice was per - " 'u. .tnu II urn llifflicn In Ilia nrn.B .1.! wh re evtrv thill - ' H - rt rr0:,hin:.. U ,.i decent manner." .Vy fcelinp lead me to add, in justice to the memory ot the deceav d, with whom 1 was suaiv years intimately aopiaiutcd, a ),... r two to nh.it has been so well s.ulm he letter of my friend. . - . ' When the war of the revolution broke out, Mr. Bownmii waj a vonnir mm ... c. n. j - j k...w..v iui uir cauw ol his country, and ready at everv harard 1. .)r... .1 I . ..:i....t i. i. - iriit ucr iui;tet.i r - ..L'n. a'ih fhA .111 . of Lexinjtou, iu win. h h0 was cujaaed, he at - lacned Inm'ctr to the regular army, audcon'i nuaa ui tiie service through all iti privatium, uf - .t,,.,V.:r.7.7" " active si rv:i e. or wtr m,ii,nib...i i,i limn hi i.,j n - iiice dcei cot permit me In detail manv of the anrr.l. - iin. .! h i k... i...,.i himrehtr, but one or two in relation to major Andre, I hone will out !.. i',.,., .i it . i. r i - . ...b - .....fc m vv UUI 14 j place. A.tl,e limn fir the execmiou of Aod'e np - proaihcd, il w ill be evident th.t tlmre would be . . 1 - - i.iryian.1 line, Irom .Ainn;,. ., , !,rilt. j;nw man, wore jelecteil at hi. inr,l it,. .1., : oiuliihiiesri.utio.i. Iledisrrildnr.jo: - Andre as maiutainin? tli utmost ftrumcss and composure, and when they were silr.nt trnd me Un. holy, he would, by some chin - fill remark, endeavor lo dmvel the irlocm. II c. 1 - f , - ,. . . - r. '.b.ii iiiii:i:iiv at Annap .l,N J think a: a primer, sml acquaint - .l tctlli rii - .n.. ,,...... . 1 . - . .... ...,j ,..., , u.epiacp, inamr Andre en.piin 1 very parti - ul .rly about to:,,; fti,e ladies un I gentlemen, and seemed to interest him - ielfm Iheir hi'tory and fortunes. Although nit arourmiirorasishetcapfdhim, b.s comprure was Ihe re.mit, not ol the want of seiifiliihiv, or a ibsre inlnl" l',r l - ,,i r.. ... bote proud and IclH fc. Ii hl.,. " '. aml nirnt. and mtmewis oflTt)riiij, whose intel'il0'cr.ce and a virtue sweetened the course nf I f mKile it rnifcjlnnei) - linA tu)t mm ImF. . n..M .... . b. w .bib fcvl 1I1UUI II .lib. jrrratest and earthly losses But their ttars do not fall alone. A mild, amiable sensible man. a p - o.h1 neinlifmiff. en1 tin. I r..:...i .1... . p - - - " ' m..b. H Hill.. . I 1 1 - 1 1 .1 , VI I b decea - etl has not lefi behind a single enemy. His death will be lamented a extensively as he wii known. And hitmen. nr. Kt.ull ),, l,rr. ...l.. ....I'! . . ' . . wi.tu. mini ijRinousm, services and virtue shall cease to be revered.. . .. From the Philadelphia Gazette Wn brn rwvii'.il 9 fit. r v. r - . . - ...... ... M b I. I .W - IVIbl(V.U papers to the 17th of June, from Whi. h we have extracted several jrlirliunrnmii.i.....i a. Hum them the following will evince the sensa - 1: 11: r imhu ui ilia uiiiiLbiv'i . 1 . 1 1 1 1. ai rvca4.i j j - - J - ..... . . .. U, I . . - cciving the news of gen. Jacksou'e uaving executed one or two of the Indian allies. We are not acquainted With all lh iiariir - iilr.ni r.n uiii. 11, extent of authority wdh wllichgen. Jictisoii was luvitini ip uiis aoair, dui we presume liopi the general's kuown character for firmnesj aud prudence, that whrn ili ulinla .l. - .i...i. .... , - - " - . UUIHIIO 1.1 V flllbl.l l. - l . I . l..r . .... . . 1'cioro i.:u inuiic, ne will Do acquitted, by his country had the world, of the charge ol iarb.v XASSAU, (X. P.)iJjne 17. " On the 1st instant, Arbulbnot aad Ambris - ter, who were takeu at the capture of fort t. .Mbll'k4. WrA frinll hv r. nni.rt .1 I.. - - - ... m b...b.i b 111AI 11.11, ill IUIHU - aiice of orders from gen. Jacko. of which con. ( auirt M lasvaa. iksw .1 A. r . . 1 I'irjjueuu uoiu were conucai - iied so dip. Tho f..n.. 1 was sciilvulcu 10 IW hunr. the latter to h a.f ti,,. - tCU OU flit 3d itUthllt. nrr.'.),U. in ll . 7 " - vwt is siv UttMiUaiC of the court. It is said that Afnhritfrr itui.l tll - n a soldier he was cool and firm to the last'mo - ment. Aibuthuot was iced great fear. A mku by th name of Cook. one ot ttie ccomplicci olArbuthnot and Ambrij - w - ..v t. Cguiuti lilUUI HUCl uq ms testiuiony they were convicted. The charges and epcc.Gcations alleded ngaiuEt them were, 1st, for supplying the Indians with arms and inu - imioiis ot war. 2d, for I'.irring them up against thewhilps. Ud, api( j. Ambrister was a litu - ten;mt in the llritish army, hnd was an inltlli. Sent, faie - iookicir man. Aetmthr...i . ., 1 1 - "uiuiiii. 10 nil uii .i - tender, aulhas been often advised tode itt from exciting the fa vKges'agamst the frout.fr people nlnlli..!..!.. II, .1 . 1 l - v. ... .....I. nc uie oosom liiemlol mous Woodbiuc ; who we fervently wish h:,d falieu into tho hands of Jruksou ,r a cnater itn.iiu uii uui uie iuce ol li.r e'ttr.h. Ftirh ifl ttif riiilrt i fr . .. t .l..b. a - - - """i ivnibai an nuieruan editor gives of a tran?actiun which mi?t be viow - fi A UrifN sV... ..II tralt'J within fh tgrf'.tnwm, . f i i who h;id nt.t at tho timo and 4ace the means c.l OroteLtill i!fir rr Ih. f s.,.,An. i. m. , f w. i - u.iu - i;! WHO WJ9 WUltlU chant, niJiiv rears rn.ifl.. i, r l.r ,1 . , , - . ntsu uuij Wi lli lo 1 londa tun e (lie last peace with America, for til tteiVsuisiA a.I:., .. ,1. ii s n l i xfluii wiui me ina.uns, tuiiiti llie t Z:CUfitl nf Ihfi Si unUU rt .... I u. l supplied them with dry goods i return for which he received ttin a..i . : i 1 1 quantity of which to fhe amount of four tlinn aiid pouod. sterliii - , ho had at some of the Indian .b.nU:., noun uas ceeii destroyed by the fnr - rcs under pn. .Im - bann n - i... i; , " . t or ceiiiinnirs navm lyund him hbenU and liouc.'t iu his dealings siith uini.i, p.jcea mucli confidence in him, and he ..... .J..wi.u.y wi i.ien fetters Tor their rhicft tt tiie Ur. h amb;iadnrs, Cemplaininjr of the de - prccaliuiis aud roLbrrii t .'nni.iiitf I .... .1.... v.. 1 ... I I I . bl vju l.lllil i I I. CI r ... w . .1 . .. ...o v.b.b..j...uJi U..fe were , rrnfui 0f j icwas gu.ny towards tho Itited glutei and it citizens. ll. - .1. - i . . dence atrairift "r. A. livp.l ho.. nu.:.i vendue accounts, With a gentlruma ia that lii.c 01 .... - ....b , ..luitimu 10 ine ovju use a coJidcra ble sum which to - tin J ..in. i.i ..,i : of true - realnrs, ol mlnd. hi. h . Vi,. .n..i ! pu'.iMinieni Men he ,1 al.o .i le influence of eveuts, and enables the so.iIut with utifaultrriii nerve and sttadv eye 10 meet ucam 1.1 whatever t rm it mar sonrv., h ! him : for in his sWn. n il nr. ......11.1.' 1 . r ......... i.iiur,'Mi orr 'nrr, ' - mH !a,..ihl,nir, and i,l - his roum'ry and s - i.a - i - r 101 i.i.i n.Hiiiii.ji 111 inLer,.ai wi .1 ."it.i I'fi.m... .... 1 . . his r:.,... v.... - ".. . .. .. " ' ':'il:ime - ls.1..:ois and his lave. ool,l.i.,l .in,,,. I 0.1 board hi, vessel bv th, Yoan, si; I , h ' 'T' " rb vuref found in her .,!,iu the day ,, c ., - .nreil IS, 1 r :' w' d;. - anJaienowmfiepossiiiofU.ereieb!; e" ''tt;;1'" l' t V5' . . ... ... ' : l i.ij.u voa C.ID Tll - ll.lVf. (he most ituiuiiaiii 'more maiilv." TS ,. : ... , ,li.r r.. i , . . . ( 1 - . ... ... mi?i i.a.1 iiirnuiiei. unit rr.i!. - !i m..r c. . fr.i.n III. I.l I. I.:.. .. .. ., . , ,' . ' " " - i' - ..r v. ite Me a 1.1..U !. iuj ni.i 3rf ai: - eany opa.cc.. its lf I j U'u .i, men finrr I an ! dro... d l.m - lj" r.! - ,r,.d fa 1 e and mild climate i.' not txttede.l ii: pond oi 1 h.j hit upoa the t;.e, n.d . h'f rfj.v f - ,;d I t.iinbrity, 1 y aay part of either continrntj ,.( 1 am r nn'riia. Its eitmive land... Icilllj in th" j r - ) a ."on am in a wat - uct ...i,i .". I "?' su!''l"J Willi wjj kjvrl. ;t ,U;rw fMi.,. .VHI,.. ,.,.... r a. k. 1 iiaieas ; ami ttie ontotiet el ro.a l. - v i0? the c a - t t mm, - .,. ,i..ra , , .7 ... . . t!l.i,o - r.i rfmr I.... ' T' . . r" - ,E,' "ua.nes 1 . .. . , . ' . a - ' - J " "J cevn use - ! la llio'e ol Ihe tarn r Wsll - n lluave, toUVc '.he sv' . ? , i '"'r6' ';fb"rf., partlenl ,rl, is pnie. tiie.i - i tin r '.,r . ..: V' "r 'e - .ar. evnie:. aa I liw ni. 1. 1. 1.:.. 1. .xecution wa, annour..;' ronntenancc fT the, I. li: - n alter. ;, .rvnr.t, Pn n,te - ;nvhi' rs:n. - u,io low.:. I., , , ,.., , .,; 2 i( , ,0 hi al readv fm. II itll' lilill III' m:.!1V Vilnt.l.lu.il.i... . T ... . - ..'. I !... I!.... t any iuc - uici', gri.tlniuii, to wait j ... - ...b ,,,.,.. ... ,L - i,.Uiii:r. i.yo. n n'SCTl .''CU It I If in neb 10 sptKiluieous U gh growth lad pa. - f ji - ' - iled mclar.cb ly, nml that .V vrr Andr - n a;;e; aud iibounibnc; in n itite quadrapr b. J.tyt apr'ar. - ntfy u - ir.i.t alTw t.;d. 1 1 Gen Wat hi w:tMe to tl.e amount of boveyft;i .vi.' oh ol :,' - t, n w.i a Iri .l ,,( exeriif intNie pain. It Hires, lis water Courf arc ninnr ro:i . Mi'i.:,:,,."'lli!ini1 1'" ulty that he olartd Lis nan. ic - , iu waicr courses ; !!", and praf.itcty supplii J 1 ii. .1, ob 1 sheU - idi, and - - - .'I wu.i 51.ca - .jm, Mini Ih a variety ofs.alr. "'" - ''" ' fi" es.ee,, u - n. the r tt ores certain 1 ' T.'. n" '" - el. i,r.wn,. - .n n - nUd 1 7' ': CcrSam ! arm with Mai. Andw. It is we.l L - mm t iiict H.oi - e tfi.il be bad so:i ir. , fQ l e shM. i.m! it M - ... ...... a. 111.1 until he came wmnn M;'.t of th r dlows liiat he . iPin - i'irrmi.:tii(.ath. ' It is loo moi h.' aid he mimuitanly iliri - ikint. "I had l.i.:ieii, v .. u. IL - .I, all.. Ill I I. II sequence ilischar - e I. Mr. Arbuthnot bcii? in warn oi a your. - man to asist in his store in Kin rida. Coueeivij.; Ihut at ihi. i,: - bbi III III - . Uliv'llb. he murnt be rwl.iii...l - .... - . ..i. - a - - ""'"l viui.1 mro nis col li cri but CiUl.n wrfin ,.n.u:. . .1.. . u. - a ...... aiiiktu mat at recommenced h;s formri - tf.i i. i. ..i - . Mbj b. a 1 1 . i:i c. unit over IU 1.10 JDarilt.1 rnmn,,.,., . t, Marks to be dealt wish according to l:iw 3n - h is the vitnew which mso. Ja. - kson i roduc a.I ol ll. - .. . .b a. ne nibii, an a is cailiibj fcrinW.,..l .. ' - .ricnar!?e,t well known here i,,; .:r : ; : T,. " u "'"r1'': r,s with h.m - tii vfl an I i : . VI " r. ' I Ix'W'er in small ,,Uandiie hB n.iw.t bare ha 1 - active, and brave ho niwavt l n.b.B. t - i ...ii. ii.i.bi u.i i - iwumu. ... fidenco of ha superiors; and thtt ronlid. n.'c could ner have faithful and dcfcrvln;. At intimated i;i the let - ttr, he wat in numkrom enjnenients ; and 1 hive hrtcucd t r hjun uitli i,.n n;,:.i..i ..i... I'.b - a - ure to hrar h:m rente the iucidotits of the war. vn msowiibiTvi. rs he always snol.c with modes - - 7 - - i .. n.... anil how is an In Inn lo hunt oi i m. . ;. ,.. out it? Admitting tii - i i... i..., i i ii mtioiis of war," be was not cnm.nuilo liable to il... 1 1 t: r. ..... i - . . J ... . . ,ui 3.1 u.jiog; nor coul l me sec - md tl.ar - e make him so; ahiih, liowcvir, we believe lo he as grouudiuss m the but ainl respecting tbo third how could a l.'iituli .ul.jert win, attatkt 1 l.v.n l..ulr... ,. ., ,, , .i iu i. 1 1 u "arriaon, an. Dut tliere Were few sol li.rs who saw more i for. e, Iil .ouiid. i ed at a suv was in a netlr.il "arrnon. .lr. Aiuibii - ter was a I.; 1. ..;. :i.,.t - - b'. b'llIHU JUU1I m ,u, andlua pursuits prob - d.iy ,.re not of a mercantile natureho had . - rrve l alon" with the liidiaus uuderrol. iicoIU in the htn war and l - ore a cnmmi .ion j., (!, r... :, , ,)Io!li;i m ., imis. Ilavingth.n.ontractr I (neud hip foi the Indians, it hkriy ho may hive hcea with I , ft ' ' l',',r' js", ' ' in. l' ltll..Sl iiiijiit f) liltil.il - town?, and laknig prionen the wotaeu and chil dien. ' The flrrni - ii tr nf F... . . ti .i - . board of the American (inn Poad by b'oUtinjr i.ie ... lusn in - , amiuitenvaros haiigmtr him, is another trait inT!,e glorious career of Gent - rul Jackson i i the tci - riiorv ofi - 'pjt'in. Tl.c further n!iervat.i)r.s of this inveterate ao,. hoir. - i.o.is Lditor arc too vapic to be - ac - ronled with by the liberal part of his own ccttn ti j men, and m .11 be view. - .i m their true - Ii - in by all honr - st minds. This at'.rnciou act,"we tru - t. will not be overl mkctl bv c.;ir govti n - Hie pernetrat - ir br.m4.t 1 - 1 11. . . - i - ... li ...:m 1 collected what a tinuiinn ivc :.. 1 . J VI. .IH.II III J. mci ica a few j ears aijo bv t'.e acci b.n'.al ilea h ofo .cof irs tMjens, and tiiut every possible 't.' I i. . to 1 iv.is maoe ; but c would ask what ci;npjiL - oii there i, bctwetn that int;;i innate circumstance ami the present dft - d. Jii.btlce en. l,t to prevail between Xa - ' " s, as in - iivldiuN. and may be looked h.. ward to 1:1 thcjvt ben. instance. v . , ti 1 o rro.v. j.,iv c. r - lay anred her in 1 .e V:t,t. Oca. kir w - 'r, 4 ...is irom L .s:p:t, (i, - n. - .idl. - r, and Col. Herirv J - aw - nl w10 appoiLtcJ oa Lie t ail (.1 ti e i,r.,l - d tiativt, - md oftin - i state to t;lKe u'. - ti E'jonef M'. i - r, FrK.eriiK r.i.d iJin.'U - c Uiaui i - :i".oit was taker pnsws ion a ,, iJ(: iiihutl. l.f a tb.: Ani'T'r.m coloiirs wtro fouled :.d a natrmiil s .lute tied. Tin - IWitnl, u. - op. , vacu - i'i - d ti e phr e nd went over t St. Arnireivs. t.i.iit. Marchmit Hi.s h ft in coiniuaa I of il.r t .ipf f...., Mr 'I I...I. - I.... il .. - li . . i f . , ""'"' ".e court lor lias op - neit - .... iiiiiii. M ititon alio ramc paifinm in li.fc f,.n, H. We le:i that y(,r,i lV ru., ..( a!lout .2 o r'. j. k, while tl.c Kurlir."!!) Sta - e was waitin - li rpHt.Hii - rsne;.ra home in this town, some vil'nint, eaine lielnad, nil tne strapt, look two trunht, and sot char cliaiti, them lli.rt their ioss was discovered. a.il". - li - . n - corenn; bimt - lf, "fliat 1? nti. - M " - ".? c"'J hive l..aolhrwi. U.tlpra, vou It! Tltl Ii,'0" T' - ''' . "hw. I - '" la twrek, a toanlri . . "V, - "'J jr - lnij li b..,'., 1 , " !, ....... 1. ii . it. . . oi 1 ., t.a.i 1 - ..1. i: . 1 .... ...... . 40 J - '" - iioiraicire iii.ivi - bi - .o, - .i... :...i. . ' Witorts I i..l i il.e Ii.i imi ;..i . , .iiijiii 11 in ti.i - r. - - ibiir ni by Hi. a - t U.ii the new , uui '. , S ' " I " C, '"i hi Ihe Ja - es iu which 1 . 'i? t? ''"? " near Cant. Dawmtn As tiia U.tt piiM t - tl e' J - Flo, id. pie he beea pur - ' rJ .'''''o' ''' t(, - a mier. - Hi. n.. :. .. - ; , ... r 1 1 "" ' h - t'J 1.1 1. r , .. . ,T , bS - .trlleiKj" the maiu.tr ia tre durs'i Ih mmr , uj c.aae w.ia rrtet l!h .... , . ' ' - .' u.i...aTt Ui:r prr.,w j:iMt, - .,.. 1 .j . .;r - wsi"! - lokin WISTCHESTKR, f.Y. Y.) July 7. t in .iiciniioif "fth - - mali. wi'ha load of i.Ri?on,pisi alter staitins tns horva 1.01(12 a ii:iie ..... uuiii i.vii.ji n 11. ue 1 . . . . . Kitt.natt: Aa: iif u - illn tn .1. ,v . . t n u.i, i.ijun - .a'ii.ii him from tiie waLtvon, t.Vo look a i.,r , u Zm red lo heulin; turn in a most r.iilra ;e - u manner, - him a nu:iilvrof lim. t onnn t'. - h - ..l tu - io: a.,' (: ...n J . ' ., ....... I - i'CT me peace l apt. Bwman marri - ,1 a r. - JT'l" " - . 1 '" l:i.if - I.,' (,. l. ., - - b. ........ ( . - inir i.ic .net i pt Niimin marri" 1 . . tn - - it,.. . . , , ' " - - - ei'i'i.in. iuiuwai Ihe uoble lord .jtu n.iVcd the fci naiio. J t t, hid a . V . ' Mn L 1 l'!n' v,t amia'de adv of eaavlvar.ia. .ml7ett ed !i ? ". - t;",t,Ul : - ' ,:' - - . ., 'u"'lJlrrvlxui.e iatajcrev - al .Lv - k..,..u .r .. ,1. , w' ' 1 . ':rw. ?na , bis iBahgtuttit pasi - i!. h.. ..jis ......,.., J ' ' oa..e. i .1Cy iie bt m bIcs,c: wld'u,, fc(, , yKtU itiZi"foi his jr.Bftr. We shall foihear fo make any com - lutiit upon this lingular,' barburotis hod inhuman triiUMiction, as we. understand tint iutul atl'air will be brought before a pioper tritunal, and tit? penalty oi the luX, as in such cases provided, will no doui.t take tin ct. .!rrtn the A'cm burypatt Herald, July 7. Plod'n. Wo lit. - l week mentioned a runaik - ablothild which bad been eihibitid at Caaiiou. The following extract of a letter, handrd us yos - terdav. sivts a nioro iiarticular desi.rir.tiou t,f ii.:. - L - r una pnciiouinuuii. I cannot close nay letter without ginii? you the descriolion of a rpm'.rlruhtn - hil.l I in tho town of prospect a few days since, in a parish of which, culled I'overty - ihore, it was born. It weighs CO Kund although but 1 1 months old. 1 measured it, aud find il U feet in height, 2 feel 5 inches round the breast. 2 feet 7 inches round the body, 1 inches round tho thigh, 14 inches below ilia loinn in tn.i.M. Miim.1 1 1. . . :i : .. ..... . v. ....l.a lllllll'l .llbl III UI ) I. I. - Wi ll 1 irni..,rl :.ma.l .1. O...U I ... 1 :. . 1,,1.1 - Mbb., no .11.31, miiibi, i. lib .o n iici'ii. child ; and what may f eem remarkable it Weighed but 7 1 2 llis. at its birth. Let tlm sdrm atrs X oi emigration uever more nay .viame is Ueititulo of fertility." D1HD, Beddenlv rrtlinluti AUA:nu iir A ciu Qrlailll. ni'ft .11 v.firt n n - .i;..n nl I I.... . n - - - - j - , .!. . v . 1 bvuiuiut UUI lr many years a rctittciable ii,lil,;n.i,i ni il 1. r'lXr Hi. fHn.l. ....I '. . .. mi mtuim emu uitjuciiiii.uiten re rcc (0Mf1n1ll.it luniir.l ihii i.il.... ....1 I . . - - "..b.b., mi. niniuivu, WlUH'Ul I iiirtiier mvitatin 1, from his late residence No. 10 .b.,ti.rn i.in - ri. j ne mnerui will movo pre - i - isr. i - .it ft ..I. I - I. - tl M 1 v .b ij ... u V Oil , 1 , Jll, In Wilkeabarrc, Penn. on tin 25th June, capt sAMcrt nuiMAM, coiiMderablv ailvance.t in years. Tliecircumstutcesof bis ileath are ao f llcws On the mnrning - of the 2Jth, he rose very early, and, without puttii.fr on his coat, went to the field in the vicinity of his dwelling. 1 it whs cinpicjeij in letting - ilo - .ui a pair ol bars for the purpose of driving I.i? sheep from the field. - alien the A':'. - rvt, Hull rr.t C,. wn. e no. cpasi in mis place; which wa at pas - hiib 111 me lifiu, ran ui anu s'luet 11m u it 1 his horns, tl.rc w I lini itf.un nnd rAiit'iin...! 1.; asiauu until heatcn back with a club by a per. s'.n who happened at this cnsji to come t:p. Me was carried to his dwelling, and expired .1 1.. . . 1 . . 1. . . . r. . . biiiuin ti nours uuer, eincereiv regrrtita hy all who knew l.im. lie was a patriot cifthere - volulun. io prevent further n.iichiel, the nun Wii immediately killed. EFEA'IA'G POST .V.iRLVE LIST. CLKAKKM. Ship W illiam & Henry, Seabury, Newport r.un 111 a: uatioone Tacket, White, Wilmington, IYC. . iiruu'ii 111 A r.r.tu Drig Agnes, Spain, Kineon, Jura. cloop Ncw - Voik, Smith, h.dustrv. Wilder. bSloop Orbit, Taber, I.vdia. Xickers'.n. iV Tenison i.eccmpence, Gaync!, Antigua T.. .1 t 1 . ci:r Ariauue, rcnuictoo, 1 111 ner x sauriet ' Li - bon GmwolJ k Cot tos Uristol, R I .llililf - Et) THIS FOnK.VOO.V. S hr. Ann M:i?in. Vri..l,( o J r L'oslon New - Bedford Boston 1 : - - n'"i '.bijt 1. om .iew - Orleans, with tobai 10, poik, buins, Ac. to J L Uowne, h ii i irmitli, mid Win. Wnlth. I'm. - tig' - rs, M'ttrt. J Cain. A K Cain. 1 Caraart. I 4 1(1 11). 1 I . r '!.u, .1 . nisi,, j iiui - iif - ., j Vmidcrgraft, 11 t. uiTi.n nti. - i .1 1 iiri - ii.. 11. 1 Cii. 1 i. to, 10115 77, spok biij' Pomona, .6 days from iKiHKin Mvsiinri in em 1 sf .tn 1. - . an 1 . n - 'Oinr IUI. Bhokp thin Vi rlif.M.. Tirnm I r e - r ' - - - ( - m t ,iiuiill,rt IUI I.r.ri.Ion .ut.. ft 1. ft .:...! : s t - .... nfi - ifl ii - ii anu lauru iu (.(). uClOre rtponri!. irom Halifax, nith planter ami li paftnuere. lo it mi Iritis P y. i nu - iri.r.nv TJ ri m f uSHii..,! C : 1 1 .. i m j m r r with . - ..m san.l . LJ sK I . .... turn n in j is,Uf, iti n vc T Ij71Vft. OKfy 4. loniT 7 I . prvn!;sv ilni MnJiuwIr Ci - ntM n jl.m.ir. fir l)i - L. ... IWP .11 IV VIILUII7. tint? Jtrrnm. fUfi Ku'lur. u! a l A'l.r Illlv Slit lh.1 l. - ja.r.,rn 10 1 I .... frinre, with coir, to titch, Woodwiu 1 Co. i 1....... ... i Vllg UllewllUWII. jililiU Hi I ..I ST FJ'E.VI.W. Shintirund ?ci - no. - . Illrv. 91 rf - .r fivnn M . . . O - "7 I - - J - Urleam, with tobacco, toTalman li Tnrrrv. I'as.cnifcrt. c:.pts. HeynobN an I Koarlma i Messrs. J Li'.tlcfidd, L Dud l, bfR Filter, C filter. J Ciii.huii'. II I.: - - .! - !.. uikI in flu. btf... :;e. OlTthc To tugas, was bouided Ly tne . .i.i mi fci. iTiirneni oriT .vribinenui, who put . I . 1 . I. . - 1 j i uu.iru rraim .vcvof, do.vsw.iih. liri'f laid IViter. Shnrs. 6 dr.vs from fia - taniirui, wan cotton, to I u miller, j". and A ftiehariN 1'ici.f.itf.r i - t l.cc v.n...lp..if u..,i - - ,.' ' 'I . - .b,.j. i .iv. . .in, .. dor, IJl.nk, H. - n i on, Voinj, Pierion, Haker, .1 - i - .i .. . . r ? uti. - ey, i biinnaii);c, i;mnel, ajornnrrinn, and Philips. Spoke, 4ih inst. off Cape llalterns, a ai mim lucnmon i i ir .l iirlcans. b - . i i . .. . . . . ctn iinnire - .s. ;aiio.r. fi ii - n - t !. - ..m v.... .n. i ih, with cotton, to T C llutler, jr. and othcri '"i.si: in me liver, in? itssn ntion. ! . r.i - I U llOHU. 1. I .. S.Pnfff..' llillLd r..r. .... . - - - - , v . b., b.. - J . l l family, I) Ponce. Mki Kcllv.Miss and Martin Kneel.ii.,1, Menu, lli.rhcs, Goodale, l'etit. ivc - a, uu i .i in mo MetraL - e f - ch Tn:s Ameiican, itatsett, 4 d.iys from Phibdelphia, villi siijyar, rum, &c. to'l.'Uim - iin - oii - u r: iirown, aim otiiert. eilnesd.iv cvenin!, - , spoke sloop Superior, and sell .Mar liia. from . York for I'mladclnhii. Srh . - npirior, Cole, ?u hoin from "orfolk, ni'H li.iur, to mmri tsnn it Kel.so. i - loop Klusbrth, Green, 6d.iysf:om Daricn ;in iiiu - itr, io .i it u uolt.m. 3 p:ien;ers Inly 4, cfl Savannah, spoke U. S. hi hr J mme At rjtnrrtmiiic, sc!i ltty, Moore, 21 days ui'. u v . iir.SLis. ai. :jairi - ii... siii ...k . '?" .tltUll jraiiy, to trowiher, on board. Passenp - ers, .nint aa.ir yonidii. The Critirih brir Alblnn. f v,t... r..: veil at Anibnv.) snofce. .Mav ?t t..t 40 !.,., - ? brij,' Apr.et. 19d:ns l. om X York for Bristol? - ' June 4. lat iT, Ion 3J 3). Iluke of York !!. - . t, f, run IfaliuT. Sb!i. lat - 16 CO, long ar 38, iz i.ii.aj.u, nom Liverpool lor Qnebec IStti, lat 46, lon 52 l'j( passed American sliip Ma"n.t. niiitini.i,i..iiU.wi - t. . - - . - - - - . ' - " M, oiutii ice in sieiii at tt.e lime. 20ili, lat 42 J6. Ion 51 35, a brij buasiiom .i ewuiirvport tor St Petersburg Krt,m the ilth U lS:h June, between lat 37 nd S. ?nd lorn - 46 to r 9 . - .., ..,!.. ol isimius o! ice. S.VAX.VAI!, Jar. - : - jArrivcd, brig Ameti ca, Ktt.nurd. lo.l.ivs li - jiii Xew - Vcrk. Oloare.I, ,n0' . - .m.., Ijtiak. LiveiKol ; bria l i.r. - e - fi - fei - f , il;(yiard, Suth - AoiCrka ; sloyp Hi rtM ..f.. ..I . ... il. .1, - i ' I '""JI ',, Lf llir.r.i. i. - e..c. July 2 Arrived b:i - Canadian aciiii, neuter, sai.cd It.l My jro;T, Liver pool. imp Air, Tooke - ,45 day f. - am Lo - .dou. rastnc;ers, i.i. ijolontl laicl.ifort, 4JUl retr Asst. lie. Mr. Ginl. " lli - ip Inson, White, 41 days from Wl.i'.cha - Ship Fida?, Jefferson, 46 days from Hull Ilritr ticornin. I!i n.t,.re ..:i..i m... .. . ' - "" - ' 'b", a.iii - .bt .I'll ..ia fi - om Itnstol. ' llrljf Vcggr, Mather, 73 dav, f,om Iiomlon. l!ri.r LxiitUitiim. U atson. i - j d.iv. r, n. u..i r.... . ' i.i 'tti hem. rs. Hiip Lady Hamilton, AYouz.fr, 42davsfrom Crk - rl'..,ricer:,uiul I6r men obthc Jrtii, COlh, Sllui. and ffcUi.and IJ settlers Ship Keent. J Loyts, s.i.lo.1 IJt.i Mar f. - om Loin Ion. Hri - r Ann. iiiaw. 43 d Ml' 8 f lltii 1 1 till Peltiers. Siiir AI!miv. rnnn'mJiim ii .T r Sinn Wvton. CLiV.ison. 44 r. . 18a do. ' ' - ' ' SV01 - L - t"TsrN week a ... d'js iua, uiy .Arrived, bri Gen. Jarv - bv.biibj i v. aj r iiuiu ijiclmjii. iLien BJ a - ship Atlas, Keuible, or .Ntw - Orleani, hri 'lMiiii. - U - jf. !.. - M.ilo.l R. !... U JJ I lm,it.L'bes,4; Mary, Corp.r, from Aorfi - Hnd Joseph, Maulove, Irora Hiiiad. just arrivr, ' - "7i i - - b. . iu ifitiuiiiiire bind 1 Irom I'liiladelphia, could nut learn their nam., brbr Tl.ren f - il. - r Snou - f..r it.;. . . : j irai'in i - chi iu 10, vim senr Uiirirli Collyer, for this port. Spoke July 3, lat .111, Q h4, Kng. sin n iM ana, from Et. Johns, N. H , Liver pord. Same day ichr Three sisttis, ubov Briti - h sel.r Elizabeth, Walker, Hullifax. BROAD V A V C I II o u S. Entire chan? of iicrforiiiaii. FRIDAY LVK.VlXi, July J, igtg I tin rtprlnrmr. r - ro u ill . . " wmuitUUO Willi U ... . iirnnn iiiiatv Kinrv the IJiitnct ol M..i - . i..ti - Tn .... j ..b. .....cl, j viiiuuiiuaDT Wfmi erlul feuls of hoiiwiimn. um ' ol A LIU LL, 1 he wonderful hpaiush horse Komeo will af MnrWehead. Hon. Lmel Thonidikr, of ter 'ui "y wonderful leaps, leap over 3 horses i, to .Miss trail v Dana, daughter of Kev. , Mama Cossm will go tlaoujih. all b, r WOn. ani. nf Ip - wlrh' ' ,lftrlul fcaU 00 "wTiati.t Kopeilanrc a tiomi.iM A'n unit ..li. - !llil. li - ill. II. n ..il. ..r.L 1 f exrcise. Master M'Carn. the wonder cf the fit. n.:n on oij - horse, perform many Hoi.den'ul (tnts iui ...... ii. i... u ..j i . 11 . - j - biiipMH. 1 - b.b bi. viu. I'm! b.v.ib.,uup Dj riding on hisbenti, bis t one in full i - peed. , inn. iiiiani win Display iitr ajtooULin. Louilihrinm nn llm 8Urlr tVim. '5 iWr. Tatiiell will tiorform the much s,,n,;. ,.t scene of tho Drunken boi'J'er. fi . i , .. vi"n, mr. Vsampueii. Slack Hope, by Mr.Mavhe. AJeiMaiulo fin tib - n l - .ri.. I.i. fm TV... t. MisiUh.'. ,alDt" To Conclude with lhom,,, l. j . The whole tn innrli..lf ..il. 41 . . sionUiefctageiotbe OZ Ti, kef. may I had r,t the tircil., f ,0 o'clock, A. ,M. to 1 V. M. and from 1 i i U Uoors will be open at 7 o'clo, k. and the Der - lormani e ronioi. i.rc i.r..,.: ,i . . ., ! o inioakinB allowt - d. Chn ks not Irnntf.., aide, (.jeutlemeu art; r..o.itrl n.,i 1...1..11.. , - j ... - . ... , b ..b,. ..i.,i uie rV" For thu llirllmr i...n.w.. i.. .. f - b. - .b.i.iiiiu.i.iiti mil ti, in. afliruoon passensers. the stesm boit NAU'H LUb will, mr (be ensuing lendf.y, make ai,,,. Ira inn, hy leaving .New - York at hall" past seven o i dm It H, Um afternoon, and nturniofr from H.. ten Island to the cny at tl o'clock each evening '111 .VI I. t. A 'li . Vl' - v i'ir.i.buii.1 j.i, fW" I he atirrli.r isi.i.. i . . i iiiiiiiu iniin rjif - an. , who possesses a ihorouh knowledge of book - ktejnn and luoicantile transactions in neial. mid tchn h:.t I i .... n In . aAn..... I - . . . ..... b - bb.,., ,,,,ibii jraif ill counting house in London, is desirous oi a sionl. e situation here. Ai t mpUiyment is bis. chief ol - tecl. bueipertalionus lo salary it in. - wleiate. tellers adilressed I.i A. P. ml fii .1 11.. - . . . sh. - ll have immediate attention. J'10 6I - i I'll vv a 11 1 1 .... . Il L'fiLIG nnf ii'v it h..n.K i.i..n ikt it.... I - - - - - ......v - .j b u , mat lut iip - SeSSOfS Of tho IlKth UHnl l.m n.n,nl.l.,l tin ir assessments, ondthat aropy thereof is left with Alexander Clark Xo. StiiJ Broadway, corner of Reed street, where tne same may be seen and flammed by any of the inhabitants duiinR ten days from this dale : and, I hat ths assessors will meet at the above plnce on Tuesday, the 21st iii't. to review their laid nstessmcnts, 00 the p plication of any person cooceiving himself ag - ABM BAUDOIXf!, ) Assessor! of the ALEXAXDLK CLAr.k'.t .i.isnt. J 10 t u. buiiiii ar'. - 1 5 Tha F'?,',i f't sailin? and coimersd r - 1 b ... b. . . , ui ill I, uiuner, will be dispatched iaiuiediately liack to .infilim II IT... 'r.tbl.l n man.. I. . .. ! b . . 11 . ... 1 . 1 M'a ccllent acrvunnimluibbiiit. unnlv In K Huti.r tj luifird. .1 T'ir 'a 11 nr In July 10 3t CO South - it twr cji.ii;j.t - :yjAr, The ship TH.KGKAI'H. Fanniai - . matfur. ti - .ll .oil r.m r ;...l. t Ke a lew tons mare liirht frriclit ami Qnnnmmn. n - - j - - - , b - b.b.b....uibr. iiate ti mora natsr.in'n.b. in . ........n.. .1 :1. t. 1 s - ...i.... ibi. niir - tui ply on board, east side Burling - slip, or to THE LPS, J'Ar 10 iaj Fmnl - st. it tmlid to Vharter. 'ora vov3e la BcrmuUri, a rnwl i&&iSCHOOXErL that will carrv 6 or TOO ban eta immediate dl'int h still beir'veA ply to TUCKEU k UIVHIES, J'llvlO 58 Sonlh - tl. H.tHDtV.iliE, CUTLKHi GOODS.. ii JtHlMOL rflFIEMtb - icribcr have roceivefl by the late ;irr V2. IrAin I lllr.Wi nnr IN n at. - . , wt.i tat vi jMiui mill piu. (VI CXten in ..iir.M.1 II .r..ln t, - an.I ..lai . - - l l ' J " i sibA vuiici j wi V - l V lltM'rilll lllll U liiril 1 1 1 Aw tltlss Ina ail. fA j kimvii ' . y vnsi iui obit: w Ihn ..... 1 . . i .1 . t s.sv mciciiums iioin inc coimiry, ia tucn qua 'ui? as may ie 'antcJ. at a low advance aw 'I itf.v have also rcce'.ireA nnrtncicnimmnt awl lilV - ri'iir tul.t I. as ll.. n.tn. ou casus ana cases of Birmingham Hani - ware, consisting ot most ot tbe stapli fit - tirtot in llin linn 10 casks of Kcnyons warranfrd hand, pan. nel, tennant, sabh, Sic. Saws. 6 cases do warranted mill, pit aod crois - cui saws, nesi steel plate 10 casks of Kenyon's tlesor every detcrip linn 100 Olkshptt rnalllr Failili Porter ' oO do atsorteii (tlast tVnrp. eonti1inr ef tumblers, wir.es. decanters, white aaJ preen phials, ic. 10 crates ol Stone Soda Jugs 111 i - b... nf l' .. I..I. ... b .... a ... ..iigiu i uicu airi tin - llll. 200 bundles of warranted llalbnck'i Germas Steel, direct from the Manufactury of J. 5 r - ii. o .i. . . o . . v.. ttitoiaiit v con, oi ivruiscueiu. 10 tons of London lic - p L Steel 5 do Crawley Med 8 thousand stooriiride fire Brie It Tin plates nt the ditlercnt kinds Blark do do U. W. KOGtRS U CO. 'e 10 2da 1'earl street. iMKl'dinu ivin re i I'ini. ri n - L I - "b.....W b'l,., 'I Ill I 1 .....IJf C Wb - . - bn , 1 . : I n .i ! .i I a.. j ausi rt - trivt - ii per snip ivocuingnam, uma I l,.r.b,t . - V All' VI I C A - IV Alt - Mi 0, So. 37 Broad street. ao pipes iiowanu L.un, si na, tn s ore. A quantity of White Lead dry aid ground ia ALSO, Hl n i uu ii it rjiir un i .rnwn i.ia. irnm o ni V lOTiby 14. J lOrtic I KU.M. 1011 Iohs Ku - sia Old aaole iroo, ft I. a mr sale at oa soutn - slreet, hy J 10 HUItOftSEWtLL. lrl.C.AL C'OI IO.N 100 bales snperiuf aj (ualiiy, cnlilied lo denentiire, lor suit - y 1 KTLK U KM SEN ft CO. J 10 "fi Sonth - street. 1AVIl). elLks. Muck b?arsn Waik v.' cineiiev7s. ro ur'il I lorentes Colored :md black Levanliie Ladies to.'oun il ami ti - ur.l hdlrft Atsnrttd Si inn" till. a. aib4 l.ibrlif flrM. for !eby II LRU At Sf: WALL, JJ 0 6 i o ulli - atretl. ' I lUKl'K.N I l.Vr.. 10 tibls. soft 'i urpealiu , J. ttblatand lor sale lv K. ii C. W. UA V LA" PORT & CO. J 10 3. - , I'M - klio - fA I rs. DEARBORN'S Lalauces lor'weighin - Morris's lilotk I m Linuor Coi l, for sale uy CEUKA A: CUMIiHU, ' J 10 76 1'earl street. fklSIl tiLUrl. 15 lihd. tilue, landmj fiom " L ship Or can, from Dublin, for sale bv iMAJOU ic CILLESI'iC, , J 10 I 79 Tinc st. (np - stairt) '

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