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aesr _Ass St- Bomingo.-By the
sebooner Hard, arrived this morniag, ar
seem days fros Aux Cayes. we have been
fgfverd with the folowing estract flom a
Auz Cavas, HavT,. Feb. 27, 1843.
The South part of this Wsland is now in
state ofopen insurrection. The insurgent
army, composed or upwards of six thou
sand men, have taken passsion of Anse
d'Hainault. Ans a Veau and Jeremie,
and in the latter city have established a
provisional government. A number of
remetable Haytien merchants, and other
indtviduals have been imprisoned. Dr.
Lovell, a American citizen,mneb respec
ied by the natives and beloved by foreign
ers, is condemned to death. No witnes
se having been called to corroborate the
charges alleged against him, the United
States Commercial Agent has been in
duced to report accordingly to your See
retary of State, regoesting assistance and
Business since the commencement ofthe
revolt is entirely at a stand, and until po
litical afairs are settled one way or the
other, no collections will be made, and no
produce. we fear, will come to market.
Yesterday the Pilot, Brig of War, 16
guns, Capt. Housetown, anchored off this
port, and on learning the critical state in
which British merchants are ilaced, sat
sail for Jamaica to obtain addisional pro.
vection.-X Y. YAur. of CUM. 15th insi.
From Per.-The N. Y. Journal of
Commerce has a lung letter from Lima,
dated Nov. 6th, and giving as clear an ae
count perhaps as can be given, of tie con
fused lad commplicated and very deplora
ble events that preceded the battle of the
Vyth of October. in which both generals
have been represented as running from
each other. leaving the victory unclaimed.
According to this letter, however, the vie
tory was decided and easily won by Gen.
Lafunte, and Torrico wa fain to hetake
himself in all hase tim Chili. leaving the
field clear to his competitor fr the P'reaj
dency, who would probably ie elected.
The foiowing are the concluding para
raphs of the letter.
- Gen. Santa Cruz has embarLed. ere
this, at Guayaquil, for Boilivim, where, on
his arrival, that govertnment will lie over.
thrown, and he will be called to the su
The fellow fever broke out in Guaya
quit early in October, and had been raging
with great violence. Mtany of the prinei
pal inhabitants. amnng whom is Mr.
Charles Luken. an American merchant,
bad already fallen victims. Our dates
thence are to Oct 22.
Nov. I th.-We yesterday received the
sews of an outbreak in Cuteo and Puns.
whicb departments have formed an inde
pendent federation, and appointed Uen.
San, Roman President. Gen. Vidal. it is
sild, will parch against them with all the
disposable force. It Is very probable
however that be will ie unsuccessful, and
that this is the cotnenement of another
long civit war.
[IWOm Ak me.0011as Bee. MarA31
Pren Jamaiea.-By the arrival of the
brig Vrgiaa Trader, we have received
Jamica papers to the 24th alt. The Stam
dard of the 24th ul.eontains a general
summary of Colonial intelligence. At
Barbadoes the drought had been very se
were, hut had happily been relieved by
heavy showers o the 19tth ult. From
the other islands there is nothbing of conse
The Ret'olution in Haiyi.-A correspon.
dent of the stadard. who left lIaysi on
the 9th nIt., furnishes a ftill areonut oIf
the recent revolutionary mnovements in
that country. It is so interesting ithat we
copy at entire.
"The D~icta torulhip of Presidlent Rtoyer.
his utter digregasrd oft the law. ; is sys
temnatie violations of she charter of ilaysian
liberties had for many years creased dlii
content among the people. amid finally ude
termined them to ridl thenmselvets of his
despotic sway and governmet; anad this
resolutinn appears to be general amongst
all. especially thme esnlighmtened classes of
the island. Pursuant to this dletermina
tion. the liberal party in Aux Cayee. the
Capitol ot the S'h.lm having estabishedI
correspanwiences with their frienads in all
the other depatrtmntts oif the island, icnud
about the commien'emens of she preiwrnt
year. a rnaam'f;4o of the publdic arievances.
end the re-inhtiion of that harty tom suppenr
rresident linmer no lonsger. This dumeu
msent contained the plana of orgariznsioni
of a Pruviuionmal Go~versim--mt. w::sh a iv
to abrogating thme constit utions virtusally
establisbed by the dicuma of Presidents
The intention of this new party. as con
eerted, w as to make a general risinga on mthe
20th of the prewnot nmntbhbut the indis
cretion or treachiery uofsomie individual..
'nlho reveale.d :he whole plans toa thme miii
tary authorities, prevented tthis ge-inral
muovement, nd caused a partial failure in
Anx Cayes. from which place a portion of
the party were obliged to fly. taking the
route to Jeremie, si ithiout, however. losing
a single man, and still leaving uumnterous
friend in the city. Thie event tonk place
towards the latter end of January t intielli
gence whereof preceded the refugees on
their route to Jeremie ; where it being ru
mored that steps were taken bmy thme nmili
tary authorities to arrest some of she prin
cipal inhabitants, the partisans of the re
volosionary rarly assenibled, and sent a
deputation of seven persons to the Gen.
commanding that division, to ascertain if
such measure was contemplated by him.
This the G.eneral disavowed ; which dit
claimer, however, not having inspired the
confldente of the party, they took up arms,
being joined by the national guards of the
place, and declared openly in favor of the
Meantime, General Lasar, command
lng the district of Tribeton, marchedlat the
bead of the forces under his command.
1000 men. and joined the revolutionists of
General Segreticr, commanding at Jere.
taie, having taken measuares to put down
the Insurgents there, was attacked oat the
morning of the 1st February. by the latter,
and the sown was taken by storm, and a
provisional government established.
adhesiun to the new goverbment. and ac
eepted brevet of General of division under I
is. The officers and men of the 17th Re- r
giment also joined that party, as likewise I
abont 2000 meo from Aux Cayes, who d
pursued the refugees, but being met and c
opposed by General Lazar with an equal 1
force, were persuaded to join. Thas 500) <
troops are already on the side of the revo- 5
lutionists, and General Jafrrad had been I
despatched with 1000 to Neppes, another I
district, to receive the adhesion of the I
military and inhabitants who were await- 1
ing his arrival. Thus far had the cause I
progressed in the South up to the 9th I
inst., whilst President Boyer was shut up I
at Par-au-Prince, daily experiencing do
fection from his troops and adherents." I
Second Earthquake in the West Indies.
-We learn from Capt. Smith. of the sch. I
Francis Cannady, arrived yesterday morn- 1
ing, that a second shock of an earthquake
was experienced at the North part of Gul- I
daloupe on the 3d inst. At the time the I
Captain of a vessel of the North Point of
%he Island stated that it shook his vessel
with such severity, that it was with difi-!
culty the crew cuild keep their feat. A
dense cloud of smoke ascended frum the
vicinity of flaseaterre, and serious fears
was enteriaisned for ith safety oif the place. 4
If was quite &ickly at Point Petre, caused
from the offensiveuess of the ruins of the
The Comet, recently seen at this place,
was seen at St. Thomals on the 21 of the
present month; it was so Isrilliani ax-to
causae cOsUiderable alarm ti the inhnhi
tants. A shock af an earalnke wars a:
so felt at St Thomas Ott the 5th iti.,
about half panst 9 oclo-k at o;'ths No
mate ial danage was done.-Chars. 31er.
Fron the Charleston .ierenry.
We have been politelv fisnred with the.
filiwing extract lof a letter rece'ived in thi
cit. dtared fn elrl the 1. 00 . brig D)l
p oil'srerificios, nem Vrr Ciuz, ie'
bruary 17, 1813.
SlWe arrived sia anchtorcd on the 15th I
ult. about 6 miles frio, the city or Caat
peachy. in the midst isfn sequadron rf Mex- I
eant ve'-tsoe ,or War, six in number. mho a
were blockading the pors. The Ctnnarsn- v
der-in-Chief of the squadron, Don Fran- i
cien de Panto Lopez, renit an officer al r
board and informed as that we could not 4
be pertnitteol to communicate with the ci- t
ty, as it wa' not only blockaded, lout also c
heasieged lay land. Our Ceonmtander ad- a
dressed him a letter and remonstrated i
against his atterpting to prevent any con- I
manication with our Consul resiliag in j
Campeae-hy. lIe afterward, called on hit I
on Iknard his vessel, the steamer Guadas l
loupe, to try and convince him that -he I
was acting wrone in not permitiiog to -t
communicate. His answer we that he 4
received orders frtn his Geovertinent at
Mexico to thts eflers, that he had acted so I
to a French ship of war, the Brilliante. to i
a Spanish brig, #he Patriot, and that he ,
should be obliged in'cobibreity with -his t
orders, to enforce the blockade in aill ese. t
In conseqenee, we agin got tzude'r weigh d
for t his- ph' far the" P s of subinining V
the c* toeur Hioi.r .ow'ai atexico. t
OdtFie dth inst. we recevTed ahote frorm -
him, in which be informed as that our or- It
ders to return to Caimpeachy shoulJ be
forwarded in a few day,. We will paroba- I
bly remain there until the let of Mlarcha, 1
and then pro-eed! again to Pen-acsela, cal- r
ling at this place. Tamapico, andi New Or-(
On Friday evening lnar, which was the e
10th, we had nauothter nosrthesrnesr. wehicha r
'ontainued to blotw foer heot eigtht hourts,
with con.idecrabele foerce. heut disd no dartn- g
age at this place. On Tuesblty elhe 14th,.
the nind whmich hadl baeen for suo daysi
from the So'uth and Ease abouett half piast a
6 'clock in the ev-ening <whdl,-tily shiftedi
to the Nuerlahward ands We'tsared, atid
crednally isn-r-lseto a nmost ilent gale.
which slid rnt sublsisde rer 2!4 honrr. A
Alexic-ass bi; of wair thsat had b'een pun
chuasedl and taken possesnion sof eanly the
m~ornaingp of the ucle wats sea much-i injured p
thmat is is thostghm it a ill at lentt cst Sit).- r
t)00 to repair her. .\ $seamner ref war re-J
ceiv-ed sme atnamll da-nngae herself arnd isn
jured anthetreer., nme-rchamans like- I(
wise, to lhe' amoneunt of $ 10.00, whithe lic
Gov-ernenent is is saidl wsill have to pay.
Thtree aschtmere bromke from their nsn
chor:sge aind werve driven (me 'hone. (ite
or them capasizeds imttmedstte-ly otn arrikinit.
carriede au ny her nmnta- andI armninaed baos
tor tip. The tay after the g:dle n litle -
wsas cut in her bsotttm uand ui men taken r
onat alive. 'Three othecr wet e thmnt nedl.
This all tooik place ina the hesaor of
Vera Crthz. n haie-h is nahout 4 il~es frsom
whetre we are at anteblier. in comepatny withi
an Enaglisha srduej of wsar. a Frne-a lnhin s-f
war, a Spanaish frigatc ead 'rig oaf war.
Enach otne rf us ruode ouet 'he gale timost
beautifullv-hnst w-e hnsd to sensd doawn sitr
top-masts atnd lower gardls, and thet Sna
msiards les go a third one-lir.
Yesterday maorninag soon sifter lighat wec
bad cevery thing alsift, looking as neat na
mlhough nothing lade happened. The En
elish asnd Frenchman followesd suit fter
breakfast, baut the Spanaiardls still continuea
in the stnme state as they were durinag the
Is is said htere the Mexicans hanve made.
no impression 1)0 Casmpeachy ; andi it is
thought doubsrful shcethser they u-ill sue
ceed at all. They (time Mexicans) appear I;
to have hut one htope, thnt is to conquer hy
bribtery : end itsis said there has already
been fo.und some traitors in the Provincei
of Yucatan. the Capital of which is Meri
da, andI the principal sea port town is Cain -
pearby. In my opiuion. there tare but a
few in the a hole Itepuballic oef Mexico whIo
are capable of appreciating the balessings
of civil liberty. T1'hey are gove:-ned hy a
military despot, Santa Anna. u no is loved
lay very few, hated by many. and feared
by all. A vast majority of thze Mexicans
are Indians, they are not allowed so have
Giro arms, except as soldiers, they are con-|
sinually being caught by hundreds, their
arms tied bechind their backs, andi auus
marchted to prison, wshere they arc trained
as soldiers foar one year. and alien sent to
fight the battles of Saan A nua, a lao callsi
We have not as yes received fure her in
struactions from our Minister as Mexico, a
ad do not know nhenc they nill aruise.-i
Count d'Argont, aie-Governor of the
lank of France, has jut made his report
r the proceediags of tid establishment
r the year 1842. It' 4"'s from it that
uring the year the t' , amount of tle
perations of ili central bank and its
ranches was 1,268,000,000 fr., which.
ompared with 1841, gipesan augmeUta
ion or 51,000,000; but if we take the
verage ofthe years 1834, l835and 1836.
ud compare it with the averages of 1640.
841 and 1842, the (herease of business
ecomes much more siriking. For the
rat triennial period here named, the on
ual average was 693,000.000 fr.: for the
econd it wis 1.313,000,000 fr. The a.
nount Af hill% an Parla-iscounted by the
iank in 1812 -rag 875 fr.; leing
ifty-eight millions than in 1841.
rhe discounts by the bra banks in the
lepartmens amodaiaI eight millions.
eting five millions in a in 1$91. of
he bills discounte.1 is , nearly two
birds were for sums 1,000 fr.; but
lhe whole amount ofh Ishonored was
mly 22147 (r., ani e the bank ro
eived 17,365 at eriod.
Mr. C4iboun,- p oo the
)regon bill, rea ( wing interest
Mg facts :
"In the period oft o vears which
inve elapsed since sent in Ohe
aer tousc, the Indi ntier has rece
ld a thonsand miles e west. At that
ime, our population w uch les than
,alf whbat it is now. l s theta incrt-a
uin at the rate of abou Uartr of a il
It'l annually ; it is 11onot less than ix
mndaaared thouuand ; ani-still increa-irng at
lie rate of something more than three per
rut cotipoaund ananzlly. At dt rate, it
vill soon reach the yearl inca-e of a
nillium. If to this he addeal,':aat the ro
;iota wet of Arkansas-. a the state or
diissouri, atul south of ghe.efissouri. river,
I occupiel b1y half-civilized tribes. who:'
ave their lands secured testhem by treaty
and which will preveat theispenil)f p.opju.
utioni in that directionsaniitbat this great
Id increasing title will le-forced to take
he comparatively narrowcbpannel to the.
orth cf that river andseouthnf our nurth
r bOuneiary, some conception may tee
armedor he strength whh which the cur
ont witfrian in that direction, and how
Lon it will reach the easteri gorges of
be Rocky Mloutaains. I sin some cola
eption, for I feel assured that the realit
Vil ou trnW the anticipaition. J illus-tro
ratio, Iwill renesta:what I stated when
figast addressed the Senate on this ub.
vetA As wise and experienced as wasl
'resident Monroe-as much as hae ha-1d
iitnesse of the growth of our coutry ina:
is time, so inadequate was'his concep
ion ofits rapidity, that near the close of'
is administration, in the year 1824. he
roposed to colonize ing Indians of New
rork,asad those norib'of the Ohio river
nd' east'ot the Misabsippi, inl wlat i
ow~lied-ihe Whi , territory, under
5ie0mpsebsoathat Wa a portion of our
rrtory-so.reu'ote- ey wotild nat be
istredi'by our-in po-pulation for
lon time to come. vsow but eigh
ee ears since, ' _at short
... . 9 "I grats a shing terr
ity, ready to kcock at our deer fur ill -
iission as une of the enveaeign members
f the Unaion. But what is still more
ariking-whaat is resally wonslerfutl and al
inst amiraeaalous, itthat tmcether territeory
Iowa) stall fuartber west, hecyondtl hea i Ma.
insippi, las sprung cp, as if by tiic, atat
at. alreadary oautstrippedl Wsconina anid
say knot ir entranos before bshe is pre
aired teo do sao! Such is the wonederfual
rowth oaf a puabtion whic~h hae attainted
'ae numbaler onrs has, atnd is still yeanrly
itrea.iang at the eonmpoundaa rate at i; atd
uethI thec impetus wath which it is forcine
s way resistlessly westward. La a dll
uen. far -eoner than is anticipated, reach
:c Riacky Mountain:,andI to be readly to
our into thec Oregon territory."
Mr. Calhoun in irginia.--Weu call
articular atten:ion to ahe follou in:: corn
tunaication, copied fromn chec Iiichazond
:,quirer. It 101nnds like the voice of lihe
ten s-f maight. whlo spoke of 3ore~, for thle
dea Dominionaa, tharough the~ samte colunt:
T'oliae Editors of the Enquha :e'
Several late nutmb.rs eel ulhe Richmtondee
Vhin ceotaain asein tat ale frienads of
hr. Calhouna, which you tatve tnot dheeaaed
orthy' of contradici~satn. Allow~ mae,
ronaa'h your colannas, to correct thema.
'he ft iendst of Mar. Catih~un leave nei:haer
isdse, nour iantendeld to manke, their ler-f eau
I pree'renace fear nu inadividual ahe mae-Inn.
t etleeraing a brena in the ranke oft ice
)emocaraitic ptarty. Thecy havec acknal- I
ded~e nao direliciion froma aa--ir duty. tnor
s.ked abasolumion at thec handsl eef aaay fane.
['he-y haavte endeavorcel, atnd a1 di ill en
le-avor. to palace thclaaitmts eot Mr. Ca~hnunt
viirlyo befo the peple of Vir;:inia. [They
wilg noaNaaionual Conv-entaefn. niad
r-ill giae their suppet teo ay rnononace
who iis opposedl o a Tarif., a [5ank.,cand :a
)iatribcutioan of the proceeds ofC ahe l'azb
ic Laadt, atlnd twho is also sounda ont that
acbje-ct which so peenulin,-ly :etliret the
ighas of the South. It they a-enelaac
btiaiing thec tnminalion of Mr. C., alhey
'tertaina no dianba nf receivin~ thce sup
mira of the whole Democratic p.arty. If
he Ctotventioan, laeing --fai,-hy r::amzei-d
tni fairly conducted." sthould rce~icamed
nine other nominese to the Demnocracy of
he Umnio, that nominece wit; receive- from:
tone a nmore "cordlial supaport, than fromi
lhe friends of Mr. Calhhouna. I Icne word
n regard ao thc late Stat-: Coaneliun. A
.esolutiun was prepared, and' showvn to
nec on Saturday night, by a distinguishecd
'riend of Mar. Van Rurten, declaren that
iaahing in the proceedinags of the Conven
inn was inatendsed to express its prefrc e~W
f any canditdate for the Presiecntal chair.
left thec mectinag under thte impa~resa-ion
lint that resolution would ben offered1. or I
htould have submitted iit myself. -itame
accidlent. probably the latenetss of the hcour
rtevented the gendletan referredl to from
mfTerinag this restolution; heo lad prepared
Sin gotod faith, and wished,, lby it t) ex
areas in definite terms, a sentimfenat whlichi
very gcetman whlo, during the debae,
cn Ctiavention, allued to thec subject dec
laredl toa be his interpretation ot ste inatet
ions of its members. Upon w-hat premi
es alhe Richmuondl Whi declar--a a
-C'nlhumnizum is dend in V'ir:inia,'' L. taut
Leing in the secrets of Federnaism, cannot
venture to deterrrine. One thing I can
say. that the question is not settleai-that
ahe friends of Mur. Calhoun are uitiher de
feated nor desponuent-they will bring
his claims liefore the people of Virginia
but they will never tallow them to produce
discord aiong those who are troily enliq
ted in behalrof the long cheri.-hei priaci
pies of the State. The Sentior lilitor of
the Eutirer declared, in Convention.
that rather than ihe rivalry hetween .Jlhn
C. Calhoun. and hlarti Van ll ren.
should endanger the access uf the ;reat
principles of Drerracy. he lronioutired.
(with .lercutio,) t Plague oI' otl votir
louses.'' Tiht eentimllent wiS!" h'ih.'d
with univertal applause'-and Sir. ng::in
to quote ftie language of the re-oniion, the
maani win dissents from it, ,h''nhei '. rieit
the cnnfidenec of the Democratic party."
Of such a reiult I have nit, ear. Whatever
may have been the warmth of 6f11i' en
gondered by re:narksv ma.!e in C en
tion, I agree with you is) ielier ing that ih
great Democratic party i, s101illne. a-1
undivided iihting under ti: haanner tit
our loug Ion ed princiieps. 'nd fni:o furth
once morntlit pro-irate tle rank, (d Feder
alibm, to restore the cointry. uand to re
establishi the Cownsi wion.
.4 mimber ot'the late Ca:arr-ni.u.
The G.-nd '1ir utonsimi...-.
Ie firt grand, never-to-he -o.h'e-'' -el
umver:t ilovr inent a :-0 'T:.i 1r rv.
for tie ci pr ei .-ocy. wl!! I; i:eild thlls
e aiD i tihe. f.reniin'av ':Taberwiele.
Ti;: iy :
tie Ahse Vaiieeni-the t'ust an:tij noe
ing for a resi'at ;.mg th--i'.xr. ' hie:.
TIer '-moer.icy. Ailo. ,'am-r, :W
ly reiietah'i- ierchaiti. ik to e I.. l
dent of ihr nigiht, P-41 :111 :11n v- ry
large stices (,im the democr.aml ' Ih:,,
to t'e V ees. Scei-aries. -p,-::kers.eliur,
amI husm-rua o .i m ?sun; elcrra-n lis.
Thi, tmieegivg nIll fi ie of ite mo,
funnsy, theloma,t enrif-, thle mwit hi
mil, the n'at par-ty-cohel-the imt,
n% nilitfii u:1l oat:v thnt ever w:a., held m
New Yoirk. It will be atter.deei %; 1h a
prodiioucs crow d.
I r. cnnsi'qtetee of he greait i mor ane
11f thiS 1oeCetiiI2. in referetace to ifie futigr.
we shnit send or sunirivuated corpiuo rL:r
tt.r. who %,. piji g t :hc p'!: to-moirroew
a.1rigi-i-r. a hoil arcomv:t W' every ri'llltat
wtordl rr saar ci.a inl pep it- teta ted ou thC
occasion. There will !e a tist neeimi
Wcage If T% ier tale:.a frlm the whole earth.
anl re'at tha% mu :iy bt e.xpee'ed.-Jfer
12 It.C E 1, 1 .A4 ! E0OU..
The C-Pnip.-Thi.; apple.-.rince, % ha3t1
ever it is. is hicrsming more --cired in
cnaracir. and fo S'-iturday ulila, fhle !oi::
solt ;lo.,w of light, -treachi; te::rlv I.n!l
way neross the l'envens, formed a wool
room beautiful si::hr. !lnt the-te stormsa.
give u no ch:ame. Last ai::ht it wa%
wirapped again tit tihe clouid. It i, !:.id
thit a patient ouherver here hini di,cover.
ed lhe head of this tll-ie is nr.mhablv
deceived tn everthce-a, Capt. Miller at
New Orleans reports the s:ne thing.
Chrrleston Mercury; March Wd.
The Tropic of int Mond:y says
'. 3ltilr,of the ship Chamj.l:inl nr.
rivd yesterday franm thi EngIatndi, hald
the kindness to enll onn ns las't ev'eniing,
with Iihe inforia si n that 'at the aevee:iuit,
ouf the -ih ilnam, ini about lugi. :32 N.. lhe
diic'uvered n hlare i'iomet. W'h--n fir,.
acen. the ''-aar" of' it na:- ii~elv 'aor..
atan ~5 de;. ,ui'''e thle hoiriz.nf, hot it rg'y
ea;c'h ,.aaneedin: in,-,b. ,ai thaat wh'n in2 I'.
2es .\. it I' n,' 9 de;;. nhorl e. The t-ti w a'
ofC a Cai .ihapc. ab:o.. a hit' a i!e;;rer wIi.!'
at the rettlfe, atud ione: de're.: in n i tha u:
5 ihe ea ramiy. Theu lenigh ioef t hea i i ws
abu :0 diegreeni iin.h ete'-h-.h ini a direr
tioia iroam \\ est toe .1th. On Iir--t view'
ita', w 'U juijii':tl ao be. a "h tnnr r.. n:houw."~
niil our reuaeir may5 r,:memai .er that nI hi:
was stiappferai to hiL' ; *-hi:1a:in r:atit'w."
wa's -u'e'a i.i thn: cha lai bea'iwee. We e :ve
ial~ e at a it it u as the thllf tiN coilo
et, the. st'ar of' wl.:ieh wIt i too low te be
The Comel.-WVe tid 'lie i'.llowine
c.'iliitil:celttian. Jire-tt ili '. : (g'r.'ea tilt
ah lie of'z ha'Ihe aeae -''de N. ral W h-Ier.
in teezholums ef te Ne ,r 11ven lie'raldi.
.~Ieasrs )'ditorsq -Th.' pi:Itent ienm.2 I i,
on. Ut it ii i:f'e.r tol thaa n hieb'ii - -;aev
wihen y azi;:. either in j t;: ier lutJ.
Tih:at ruese Iit tile li0-11:t2 he.''ere ah --:''
fruit the hao'i.':. in up '. ti inr.-rm. n oer
r.1 le re's i 1e-.r'e.- i. !f '''a i I ip' ati.
l~e':tane I* iel'r it thae e'Xl retaigl ' hilt ae n d e'ie
the. lle-:utane '. e1t a :e ,iri o .h
fromt thte pr5e,. ia ettu.: co-e. -Te h'~.::
by tile 5ilLt'e'hls *i at ina.ei;itre if alt'' rem-l
51, in1 eoli' te :i't' :e inIh t'e.Xls l
lig a:t iah '. e .ihftn -co in a aun :mer, ''e
ct'asiotaefe by a ia* ra), .e.': the SIn a' ,2
aihron;:,h va~aa pom i.. ihIerent de::r'"el d en
whIe': the appeaCurlance. i, mnail' solekli v
he lhght one'--.; :.mn rig's Ivapor, ier he
TIheP tai f ih -econ(et is not fire', and aa
mi::hat isvfetp over4! n-, w'ithaui ''ur p'r'ehiv
in'A it. Ind''eed athit s 1'roably ;iete a.'t'ae
'.ometi:naae. whie:' e~a c:n:a '1 coen diri'cily
between 'hie .an .aamlii:. hearthi.
The followe in:: frum tile Newr I haven
lie'rnhu, is f'romn the pei f Pr'af. P .zhn.ta'ad.
Zodiacal Luizet.-W'r i ters ia n lah.- Nit -
tioal Intelli;enacer and <evera Il Ith-a pi.1
pears, havse -s.ai1i'.e'ili ha't hae ''ta'.vt'' 01
noethinl? moure aor letSs iaban thise mule.'eriolus
lumi~ios traihn :i'er ther setIh'ag suni mnteh
resemine~t ti--e. tiil oft a coet. 'het zie
dlizac~a light has been vry~ brighat 'lhe pre'
Cet'l ~~sasonuu am eald nowie. ne re it .ra'
lar thec monhn. he a very consi~enn, ia
ject immeltdia'''l atr even'ling hiliht,
reacing f'romi Ile hoirizonlt netar thle poeint
tlae sna seta. ani ex te'ndiing tupw'trlls in at
tangt hhar frm heavoi te '.ven'l str.
altmost inldieed to then menrkdian, not far
fretm the zenithI. inhur ar she appearllD.in
cesa wihichI this light wsillu'' e iira a. '4oon nI'
the tont is ttant : hit eve'ry iei. nis i
then seet that thais ohei.'et is en, : ' 09
rtnmn than Cr'ta.:'
The Somers CuAe Lefore the Grand Ja
rg..-The arguinenti inn this intereting ean
mill cnlinue t-fore tie Jldage Betlt if
ltie Uniteil States Cirrin Courit. Til<
exciiement ik actually upin the increaie
Ahouitnh iin court nr-om may have Lei
as criwdedt upon sorne tither rare occn
sion%, yet ne venture to say. iiat tier
was ucver before conigregated In that rowi
suir.t at audinctie of ladie-s aw-I gentleci
ti hear the dry detaiN of att argument, an
0h:,% l.>), lif a purely legal, absiract, aL
,truse, and ech.e::I chnararter. tine nub
ject of wt;ch i, it miere qtet.,tiun (i' jiri
udiciqion. ;nwi totally devoii ot f:m ponIil
nppqeail to Ihe Yet tlc h t'. .% II
tacI. The rw:,nn w% n filed ti overfloiion
and4 thc al.etrv abn.-ve ai-. Ih enre Ihvnue
v:y of bv auty d(uring the wht!c ,tioc
of th" coulnrI.
Two rattiirs nay ie annfil for thii
fir., tie extratiohnairy ural intriusi Iltti
C-t Id the idinph t-- iie-tion in be decitt
and se-condi!. tihe elutincnre nrod profonn
ie a t'll at t nnen's of' I,!. c un'el o-IIn hnt
sidIe, whoitt ;arte aranlinlg ite case. ir. ID:(
cnenl-ile.J iis very able ar-ient. In
r. -.-i:lin as-umed ulpon the .ame si-i
a:n cwntileil abnout oI-- hour yesteria
l-c d'i he C alarr adjoutrneil.
Tite: i'hd fair tI ;) oc py ie ntier
tion0 if theI- cwrt lor the re:.t of tIhe I ntel
InI le InI.u he tin. 11;, new l ot
eace i C 0 th1.q; to ri e:h ~ui
Vne.3pt;.l-. frw .1"a! part of iI
o.itry. It isnpnihi as %et to tre
ie A411.1t 1N I )( il decikioni off J .1d,
jensib, or wl' it will be the wi.:n of :1
Granen Junr in :h prlee.-flcridd.
[ 'r,, an ti~ !:a': ewnire .1imnritzn.'
L. /JS. iCI f.nart-ArhTor fim Iol:
I nIn I .n r.,. 1::,! n.--Thl' V;n
i t. rectv, r the pe al'v .nl. s.,41 b ti
'%1 i e I,.m % i-.1 1 m
ii. .;9oto e:..-n 64 th.:! i.", 4:.nrim
pu! ni; a n:.entrnntlnmn t mill a-in
a non-.; . r , .y mail.
In . , % o a I I is rooft th it nin de
f d init. lir. i-.b .r, f the lii n oI i-: tc
( ISn & U.:. wroWe or) t baicki of
p inteil-d ; aer or ly.lfnpimpeet containinig
Tu r-l'tof d ics air ltice t'urren- . Ites
nI nh :d " Fin Lder. Getn,:n & C<
n1 laTItiorte." wi:l tCm! thle pa:nlphet to)
crne-ponn-t in Lonnunivillc. who rcfuse
U pay l.rer Iosage thr orn.
Inn a6a9n plia:.e with the retinireelntt I
:iw it w;n, reitutnnci Icre, and plate1 I
0.o ha-inds it thc U. S. Atlorniy fr th
recovery el ti e p-taiv. F'r the t'nie
it wa-4 coate-ied that snich %.-;in
n a. wit ic e proihtioniouu e th:jIw ..Ct
Inoc n(if -ie Ac.nl :, anud buiject to i
pen.nly. 'I ne oppo-n te ;runtd I, a tlik
by the dnt-nire, anid. Wier argument upII
Ithe cOfl'n-nCtiUU of (!h.e la w, tihe Court i
ci.!etl r t it watr a %iolatunnn of the law i
lace onn a pta)er hr pan j:it ent by m3i
tine'o. any othe,- word.; oter inuo tih
nnanmne (-I the party to % hmin fhe papicr wr
cut. Tae jury nerorilngly retndcrel
verdict hihr the tilted Stiti.
%. Collinai Let., K-9. U. S. A ttjrne
fair i e plaiinad'. N. WilleaianEt.f
ItIe d tic. c t.
Nolorious Run Sc/le,-.-A nother nott
rious Rurniaellir to negocs convciced
Jas. M'Atrerets. who hs fxice now,ber
c:ugian, aud Initce, ,.c are rejoiced I
'.ufl%, ill hac no pay t' e pell)ulhI
I Winl-1, tht I w n-c a little ieavier tinl
thne prtltry sumn onf nwe-my dol!arsi. Sonutt
, r: nn, il (ur nro othmer nrn..',on thamn th:
lirIe eivainn t Uthninr property , 'thonhi rns
* *n manns'e :gamn 16n1f 'i-'ron:: es ii, all
d: vise sometL nwanlll ton pte! it tlioren. ifnnt
ttice:.nnnl3) thn.an by a nrinhn:: twen:) dIul
I;.wm. -I lain t.tn rO ,ootn be renizeind i
Ihe par si:I t, tl the nef(nai trunlh., It
Itt--re' ni :ll lw:nip. ns nin the pa esen, it
.,:nce, hie 1st jl mnen rc-mniyn iin). an
a;.tin. amsd lng:in. toj ily inn t: th fato
1..;nni::t an lanw. Weii n-i :. e Sot wo-n
in-i- i'.s rar t'or ifs "p.cnhir ia'stil
.inn:," in thnn- pariciar.-Tem-I. .e..
\nrn:bti 1;nnton,. 2~ n-,. i-tily. 'Tin ide
patt hi nuvn. E'nempted - tontnt4 deivne anletr
Thec ne;;-raS eurtt ed~ Inn -nie;.k," wh-tn
4i lannonn'. 'nnell asndedini Ifrom thie red :n
-,'ve i.i r: la Ce ut :lnnfutiia ::nid lwtppr
.\t the Qi ie I tIC ne 'Veys 4wer-e inifhutmt
tb) tfint yrile-fseindpp
aii il d shni the. b idl~ by~ ine~ tomi fly a en
n enre sn : r:nnedi n ii h those~ irriltiblei poni
:linni ie noi.nen, aind a 'sccille nmht:
the can.-iablei. ind rint ae r. Thne pr'so;
I -nv ton . am t.-r n- a,;i comle ntetly hnlneki
ny.' ;n - --c..fu-- ifln nr.e cointonded n~
nn.ts.it Tn~ht- te : ni i w lere (
op- w d,-:n:c. :Il 4h 1rea nltnt mr ely t.:
j-s- ~Ie t.--n4 Li aw m tine cibbri e jag
, " ntl thein ;i'. weep=.o: Teh
R av A innr.4nrown a1J nhe nn'lro escaptI
n . in $hen nlv -.~v inle I.
ourn iniice2lI tih ' mrtnngn' te w4ereI surprol
In' hear cr' gin-i proceiibng as f rom under
.niw trift men :hne ,id: .: nalk. We nmentij
ed1 nhe- ire:nmsnce to '.ievenrat ln-er bn
,Inonvei' nele sonoi* prinoenred,. andu 'r -
per.it.on' aIthont itgi-lg' n a '.il
v.eI' nte.er-ndedm ini th Inowi\ tihe plhirn
w..i.ta, he;r thle -ce . n li ne 1:a-I Iine
n ' tl-, i-- n ove red di:::hig far- da~ -. ig ht fr-n
a ce-illar, which hen 6i.Itnl .n str d i-core'
tnI thian ine i'tnni, "i-n 1tCi e nnce
' un i',e a-.--oredn it hnad ntt. he re--ihe
-- nIno-ioht it w~m by' g-o.b. andc :hemy in.
'., it ti., s:ne :Jtn ia nl d r."
lOn er 441C il." nsi ht "iiied * b
arendtw.- 1inn :nnlierh 4.dd il hal mii h.n dial
anot h-ier m ml a :er hni - per~dn hont f
If thatn h- re Il:.o Sner nt ha: nanl thr
ht- wnpinr inn-hnis fut nne." ' 5
The Rin. i'asson.-Siotroy.
DG E' V
eril<irtothe Pilbilar ,f the Tempie of
our .ibertrs.and if it mast feal, wee will Peri sh
amlio.1st the RIr,~s:."
JOHlN C .L lN
. No suLjer to the acaronofany Conerrntiosn.
b (C7" Our Subscribers are informed that
r th"y w ill e nabled to procure their own
Paper at2 .50 per annum, Iby their ad
diu; new me tour list. and payig
The If'a'ler.-We lave sill plenty of
e irvr di-ar-'e . .oer-rain, hai!, and
Swila nlot ilh east appearance of a
ebange r fr the better. 0: Monday night
we hald a severe bhesw a'coimpanied1 by a
l-eavy sinwer of hail Our farmeri Iook
I considefralily cbrop-fallen at the' bad pros
prct' befruet them. rhe fuit in, this neigh
!.orhood. we fl'ar. lave tll been destroyed.
t, e J-1mes Lanib. Benjamin J. How
e an;d. ant A llcher Tobiss, Esqrs.. have
'If en ciece.l It !he City Council of Char
let-nl 111d the B.6rk I. the Stat'- of South
I'rel:i.Coninnioers to appreve Bonds
u . der the net exit-:Jalig ;udulgenco to the
r. orrowmer'.'ifFir-- i,-ans.
Tiler 3!e'lin; in Neiv York.-There
wa asan itn:e:.%e go herin:: (says the Char
a lesion .lerrury.) at the Tabernacle in N.
d '. on Wednelay nighte: 15th int, hut
accorling to all accounts it turned out not
I mviucli to the credit of Mr. Tyler. Mr.
Cushhig made a specch, which passed
d quiet:y, but the rest of the proceedings
were a scene of uproar and confusion.
mr Tyler was nominaed for the Presiden
cy arnid cheers. hisses, groans, and fights.
u The neeting seems to have been compos
ed of all sorts. amon;-t which the Whigs
were 'he dominant in;redier.;. As for as
Mr. Tyler is concerncd, the d6monstration
is treated by the New York papers as a
a completc failure.
lion. Juhn C. Calhoun.-The Lire of
r this valuable citizen and able stateman,
las been published by the Messrs. Har
per, of New York, in a neat pamphlet forat.
. with a fine portrait on steel, whic is pro
nourced an'excellent likeness., e pa
" phlets can be procured of Mr. A. lie
' Charleston, at the low price of 124 cen
. the singe copy~, or nine copies for $.
e Postar" must he paid on all orderd.
d (g liy the semi-antual Report of the
e. C. C> 'al and R. R. Company, for
rJanunry 1843. we feod the gross receipts
of the Chatrleston and llambucrg R. Road,
.foer the half 3 ear ending Dec. 31st, 1843,
d wre $2,7 05
Expenditure 110,085 22
Nett profits $72.592 8'3
Thle gro~s rceript% of thet Branch at Co
lumbia, in the samae time were$46,S23 52
:pendditure l'i,9G2 64
e.Nett pot 8806
a The ne'tt profitsocf the two roads for the
hali w ear, have bret $101,600 37
r. F.or year 1313, tho clear profits can hard
ly bee b-ss thanc $2(M)-00
t. Th'le llamboargr load! is now out of debt,
rs ~ecept the $ l00.00t0 due to the Sinte,
- w hiehI i, payab'e with the interest $53,253,
e [The lee:;:n .lct of mihe New Compa~eny,
i is ill h<e a r-....r einmeu ofe :'e.'ut 51 1t0.0
Th'/e Geor;;ia Rudl Road.-T he C har -
eeteon *l..rary ,. the 25th instant. staes
IIIt t.,e toie. .: ..vt oft a ttr-r frond
Ai egn-i , ehit'ee; Ett. inset.ett, will be reaed
di sith ins:ere-,! neeJ pleasure by all who pro
erly applreiate the vast imcportalnce to
Citarlestoin ofithe complete success of this
eterprie", 5o identified with our own
-- .s our R all Road year closes on the
1 1ht eef ahis mionth. esur books will them
shcow the deil y ou require, fro'm which
I can fernaeh you an abstraer, if not too
late for your purposes.
--OUer groc'. receipts for the year will be
her~t c'een$ 'l:'.tA00 00i aned $25l.000 00,
)ai ios )ro expenie., for the s.ame time, in'
eling~. cl ou.:tlay fur rcte eal of super'
r- wucmtr el ainimroevefieist of meachinery,
il itnoet exiceedl j'l12,00i1) 00)-Jeaving the
itt mlroii feor thle year 511&.M00 00l-but
ehr th , p re'.-ed ,.mte ot the Cotton mar*
. our ci''t ::eun Ior the yeacr woulid lhave
.ed5 .'.000 0.0-flur receipts ha,
li fe .s teliw [-'e.snary aend March of
-- tit our super-eerisctuare and gtttchire'
r a. :: b'e thotl~renciaIly rene ed~ dlur
- e~ the pa-t * -ea;r, wil' encar'l its to redluci
h.. tespesl'fr the co:ning s car 10 or la~
111Mm.II. J. eaI.-Wet are sorry to find
ithat this vailuablet Law Officer. has been,
et by ind;isp-ieen, uable' to attend to the
-hoelding iof the regular sp~ring term of the
Ceonrt '.f Comimon I'letas ande General Ses
r ineo' for U'mon iitrict Thce :;entlemitci