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ter by casting a fel.ow creature into prison for oiie nuxiutc; or wrestlinc one rent from him unjustly? Sir, 1 defy the anoali of history to point vou tothetirt instance - Z . . -m. e of the km.i. io. sir, they have never descended to lo-v as to belie their profession, ar.J so dis grace themselves in sucli a manner; but, sir, there is a party who were once in fellowship with this Society who lmvp. and if we are rightly in form d. Iadd, Parker, Street, 'lan - tiid their associate?, constitute ner an this party, let, sir, it is this p-"y that is now seeking at our hands, a law no doubt in the mind, for the fi press purpose of carrying their vindic tive principles more fully into etlect. Sir, if there had been no other evi dence rf their h iving forsaken their primary principles, and toneiiing their claim to tho title ot I riend, tins alone would have be en sufficient. But, sir, there is other and if necessary, stron ger testimony that goes to prove that they are no longer worthy of being considered of the Society of Friend-, much I'rs to be incorporated in the name of the whole Society. Why, sir, we would not cast a greater reproach upon the Society of Friends, than to fJt9 this bill, sending it forth to the world as a law incorporating that So ciety. Whoever heard of that Socictv tippl inir for such an act? Sir, it has nevi r yet been done, and 1 trii't it ne ver will be. Head the remonstrance, they tell you that they cannot recog ti..'o their rijjht to beat arm-, so far a to ii.-dy for s'K 'i an ..ct. Though the ge-.thman from FairlieM thi.iks it would be a great n pti-ition tosee them on our para 1. ground, ami if need be. to our fields of battle. I hope never to see it. They ask to be alo'ie, in tiie pe ;reable possession oft heir jut riidit-. They ak no more. And shall we de ny them ibis? Ileavrn forbid! The tell you that they nre willing to com promise with th' ir dissenting brethren, a. id to allow tli: m tin ir proportion of the property nco.rling to their num bers. How charartoriMic this of the genuine Friend ? They are not seek- ing to .lefruid their persecuting breti.-jI reit,(if it is proper to call tl'em bretb ren.) out of anv of the rights that th-y have long enjoyed (in better d ij.s) is tenat-t in common. They wish to re main that peaceable, jut ar d upright people, who have so lo. g sliOne forth in tin; c-tri-tiin firmament, as the bright and luminous morning star ol'tiiat great and glorious day, wherein the sua of i ighlcou".t'es- shall shine i" his mei j lian splendour, shedding his benign inline' ce over the hearts of the children of men, to the converting the impb tn-!.ts of war into the implements oi husbandry. Sir, this people cannot as'i for a law of this kind for th- i1-benefit ; they sta."d on higher ground, tln'v n lv upon a stronger arm for their aid. Ua. how ir like this is the party that i npj. lying lor this law ? Their motto i, all or none; ami all they arc determin ed to have, if they have to copimit the blackest fraud to obtain it. Yes, gen lleiw , this spurious, avaricious sect, wool. i. if they could, swallow up all. All t!ic name, the character, the hon or, the money, the property, and the religion, and then not to be satisfied! No, sir, they would even then if they could shut up the Kingdom of Hea- VI II 'l.illllM HIIII4 UIIU ItrilllLI fl.lt. - III! , 1 ft thems. Ive nor luffer those that would. 1 do nJet r l,oU?c. ,c,oscd' ald 1 lo ener, this is the only inference wej " Person dare appeal in the street at- can draw from their conduct but baditcr tuatt,n"J' -rcely a day or nigat e:.ouh, in true-, could wish it wercip,,!teai S,n mu,dtr,5not '-j v ii against men, and neither enter' mi b!t r. Now, sir, if it was not for the I0,T.r M.iired and continues to -u- Vvm .'y, nring u, papers thu ts,e ordinance ol Nullification, and :Hrlbe mra ao1 improveniem ' to. r : i la.re.i ana coi ii.hhs u i ( ,,ie -j,, ,.,.u lil(.v of men : And whereas, the various meas- The Secretary of the Treasury ac foe.- it wool. I b a disirrace to tiiem . . . acts oi lue legisi.iiure coiiscquenii . , . , . i . . . . . i I t co;.ia.i. co. tioued tvntences of th . , . i.-.-forii. held ,1 ures 4vl,,cn ,he friends of morality have knowledges the receipt ol $ I (jO, trans thatsnch a p . rtv ever emanated lrom, .i.onte. t uiurh ti..luralU ' 1 ,Kelort 1 "e,J ;l' d, adopted (though not altogether unsuc- rmtted anonvmouslv by mail from Phil II - ' I .. .. I ...... .... .... . Ili'llll '11 III III I li II I I- .11111 .I I 111 . - . i .i Vl1' rvaues tuu wliolc island, at toe mea- wisiit. e i;moi oorated in t 10 name of 1 . . t, ,, , , ,. , , , ., . ... sines pursued lv liie inlis!i govern- a higb'v hoaor.-ble and respectable; r - " , 7 it . i . nie.it, out i. o mention ol any reiuai ka-l P;'ope:a name that tlieir own acts , .. , . , J . li.iy e r tide r l th unworihv j- s!:a!I fu I bourd t sustain t'i. motion tnone. and I hone the hou-c will ' 7 lo p ... . ' trom Oporto by the ne w commander,; ilrv, ralSohguict-Mt udvesnot seem , .t 'i 1 1 1 i . . i . - impoi is, as aiiioo.iis suiisiaiiiiaii to au ion m pi"tnv mii .vvvviub , . a hetn f.t'u.Ww y:,k Countr ami Ktiq-uirer.-"" rt,,,' ot .longing to uUimate reduction of the duties' to the rations, and will in this way ultimately ",re' onnositi:' KMlilUi.N NriWS. the established U.urch oi Lr.gland, Xo. Kcvenue Sta.nlard ; and that no higherlect a change of public sentiment aild ,mucn oH o.iuon. . ..... .... ,..:. uit Jamaica. '.Imie itall h laid than mav nece. Pracllce " regard to intoxicating li-i Two i.iOOSCS .v !ii(t:r.ii soi ite uas off ii inaue; .. .1 .'. i,...i r.. .-. - - j - .-1. . .... to nave nten ane noe.i nun an octi-;.,,, sue t . iL-iui'ick i.ii'ii sa tii it lettcis h .! been receive. 1 from Madrid wbich state tint Sir IStiatford Ca.:: the S ' !:.id cotit '.i! led a treaty with a;:is:i t.cycnnru t.t. in virtue oi who ii lulu .Ma-la was to ac , :iwl-i... edged . 'Mi!.: n: (Juecn ef Portugal.' bu.!s:.oi ton,irry a:i llnali.-h, 1 rencr..! r Sr,t:tsh lri,,V. Wcsn-pcct tlu!! ut.'e credence is ?c to tins intelii - r-oc. There are seme alluMon, bu i:.o rn t:t:ts tn m nainot tl. le. rr . i tije cliolra in Oporh .,'. i. is b; t-.vrcn Holland and IM-; aj p-a r.N a io;aye mid ' anx i 'ttletnci.t, co t!i' i e. iiiwrv t; ki .! h : r.i p-iur has probably beoa;,aision oi tiuT Viceroy to the Sublime :!ie Kir g of Holland whu orte. i:i- ew uif.icujtics. Ho ha- nr.poscd a t.m'.r cn the cargoes vfjexpected at Constantinople, for the vessels passing up the Scheldt, and s suhjecieu xne navigation oi uiai rivcrjine nannei Dy iuc igjpi.tn aim;, to extraordinary regulations. The! which was supposed to be advancing fact was communicated to the Dclgian on the capital. Chamoer by Mi. Osy, a member and ft. f f , cr.iel et one oi tne most aisunguisnea commercial houses f Antwerp. The; . . . . . . ..r... i ministers ol Leopold contented them-, ion, and intimate that a large squadron, selves with saying that they had re-; the precise destination of which still ccived no olUcial communication on the remains uncertain, is about to assem subject. jble immediately. That at Toulon Some hizhlv lnterestinsr debates-can hardly have any other destination ;f,ave taken place in the British Par-i liiament on the. rustomarv address to' tlie Kirir after his speech on the open-1 iriir f ttc section- W f have not the addiess itself, but it is probably little more thanan echo of the speech,' which we published in part of our edition of ;,(.. r.T .v. n.wl whirl, we now i -niiblish ... . on the first pane. The part relating lo Ireland, w here the king asks to bo clothed with additional powers for eontroling and punishing the distur bers of the public peace,"7 engaged al most exi luMvely tr.e attention of the House of Commons. Mr. O'Comieil movetl as an amendment, that a com mittee should be formed to enquire into the state of Ireland, it was lost, 10 only rising in favor, and 4"JS against it. A second division took place on an amendment offered by Mr. Tennyson, to the effect that the House would not grant any extraordinary powers to the (Jove nmrnt of the suppression of tin disorders which alll'et Ireland. This amendment wa also lost, (!0 voting in it favor and against it. Toe ad dress as originally proposed was then carried without a division. The 'Se pealers are thus but in small force. the 10 members who vot- d with Mr. 0'('o:u:cll there wa? !." iM-h,." Fngli-h Mr. Cohbot, Xtwond. Hume. Faithful and iYlden, and one S ntib in?rnti"r. Mf. Kinloch. The rneasu'-es wliicl: it he Government intend to propose for the pacification ot Ireland are stated to be the following: A law is to be introduced provid ing, I. That in all capital cases con nected with the exiMmg iturbances, unon a suggf stioa spe iallv to he de ft ed, the vc.'ie mav be laid in Hng- ..d ., vjMt ,hp , m i;:oulPnat n: iv, in certain described ca-es, sul- .. i . i ,- ., .... . o ,..,. nun ..ot y. i ... i.. I . i r ; ; to martini law. l n it in the disturbed districts of l-elad certain milif'srv tribunals shall be creat d for thp trial of offnces less than capital; the. tribu-hs to be compo,,-d of a captain :u-d four subaltern offices to 'ave power to pronounce sentence of transportation for life, to be carried i-itocxecuMoo .:.M..me. .,.. co-.vic- tion, and without appeal. The t'ath- dic orient to ! f .-iLen ioto the nav ol the Gove nunc lit." Ila... Cant. (;uK,-.v. ofthebri,, liebecca, wmcli ariived yesterday Horn l .ianhaui,via Fara,dra vs.i v.rv distressing picture of the state of thing's ai tne latter place. A revolution n as li . urlv apprehended, the loer order- i c ,i e are clamorous fo, a republican Io n, of I'ovFrmn.'iit. win 1st tne ot.ier miiatu-i t ints are div ided, some in favor of Don I'edro n-linis n I loo 'ibm I 1'h- i i t Pjtrtri riiki worn n i.t.rn I ir 414 a JM V,OV- 'a I . tl. obiecis ot tne hosliliiv ol a cer-i tain class of men, composed ol dischar ged soKheis, who assassinated them whenever an opportunity pr. scnte l, ut , .om.)ljrt ,vil h ti.e l.beral feelings! u ,,q ercy. As soon as the sunoJ tl)e ,K.0pc of South Caiolina; norirjeHcet uiiliout tne Jamvica. The schooner Choice, lU Ml I, illness I k. in1, uie autfi ui noj respectable individuals for having at - ii U1 1,u: n.eetii.g-, so termed, iigej jlas n,,,je iUCh a reduction and rnn.fi!:ii nrp ol helm liel.t liir 1 lie niir.. .- - . - i conse;ieiice ol being held fur the pur- i-o-eoi coi.cei im' measures iu on ii'c .. .n.. . ..-..t ,n, ci.KixuJ.mi n-..o. . li. - .n ;ioi'-oi ii.iu iji suiiie nine , a 1 j a!), Bav. aad it " J, l V L said that if it continues.it will balUo,UT' "L-i" the tt!oi ts ,.f the agru ultunsts. 'drop of rain ii id not fallen lor three weeks the pastures were completely withered up by the tirery breeze. i The prospect ot the Nuirar crop was , .i u . . U.lj'l .'iiiistu 9 .ia ? . yiiiii t&L 111 ePil- 1 he account from Constantinople;, . , , , from hir ,itl , ' S ,p l"t tt." w h.ch the total deleat tne army' nde had red j;ed the Ottoman ilovern- imeni.'iad accented tl;e olfer of assis- t ant c ni. de by the Lmperor of Russi i. ,n,l th.if i.ea. uravietF o.id alreadv Let out far L"vt to demand the suo- If . o.l.t.l thni .a Ruiiian tleot Tl a- purpose of preventing the passage of 1 he trench papers which are to the -1th, notice an increased activity in the naval arsenals at Brest and Tou- . ... . . than the I-evmt. The embargo on Dutch vessels had not been taken off, but the exception seemed to increase ot a speedy and pa- , citic settlement ot the ditlerences ne - tween Belgium and Holland. vavawnaa'W SA TLUDAY, APRIL , lsa. An unusiml press of job work, must a-! to infect proper penalties on any per pologise for the barrenness of this week's!0" who shall act in execution or enforcement of the same within the l,al,fcr- j limits of this state. t l- r . a ft .i I otrnahtu Urctioas. At the election !d on Mondav last lor township onieers, ' 7 the f. Mowing persons were elected to the' olliees attached to their names William Kl-tridge, for Constable Charles O'llarra, Jesse Burke, Stephen M'Whiiiney Isanc Jeffries, no. IT T TT S i-rj'l Fleming Overseer of the poor. William II. Vaaghaii " Ilirani iliMiver, ItisjH'Ctor of elections. J ' h i T. P' nnmer. Fence viewer. Wm. I. Bndv, " " tf Roatlx, 1st district. yd " .1.1 " -1th " 5th " Oth " 7th " 8th thh " loth " 11th " 12th " 13th w r -rti. Pirk Fi leMiinjT iarr, Aar.ri Slm'e, Itenoni -wliv, I.vi t Wright, W n. S allow, Wm. U. A lilmgton, J-.if . Vore, fi h-r,! IVtrick, J ico'- S iiifi'lers, J ..nil Wnutkirk, IIinr Admins, Knos W-'.rd, South Carolina. The Convention of South Carolina metat Colu.nbia.on Moii-i.u -,dav H, ,,th of Mdreh. Alter the usual ; formalities of opening such assemblies, tiov. Il u.iilton addressed the conveution " '" 'liner that the most tastidious can- "Ot o'jeet to, and in concluding tenderetl . ... his resigmt.o,, of the office of President.! (t Was uccoHte.t, nd R.hert Y. I fa u ,,llscll u, fill the vacancy. ,,, , - . Commissioner from the roramon wealth of Virginia, was receiveil ,ty the nieiauers standing and uncovered. A c minittee of twenty-one gentlemen were "Planted to take into consideration j 'he communication ofMr. Leigh, and all matters connected widi the subject, a:.d ,ie course which should be pursued by or,.,eat eoiiventiou in the Present ' coiiveiuiou in uie prescni (.f u,- ;iird lMieconin.it.ee . ... reported on We inesday, at considerable H"l!' allu recoiniueiiucu uie iouow nig i i ii ; ( b tliuance which was nassed by a vote oi I to 4 "lnlluenccd by those views, the ; committee is satisfied that it would - j- - i - , ;IICII(.CIU ire .1. 3UUI V E.J v iv-i-1 . - ' be consistent with the sincere desire by cuhiole magnitude, alike destructive to 'shing imprisonment for debt, for a less - UUo they have always been animated, the interests of individuals, lamiiies, andjsum tnan thirty dollars, tinlo,,y lo live in harmony with their ; communities: And whereas, the preva-; The bill for making a rail road be oieiiien,, but to preserve the LTnio.i of, lenee of this vicehassucha tatal edect t iiatimore aIld W'ashiwgto:., has ii ipn itiiw r.niiii tht'i riirtA iini-iorov. liie bt .tes.couid tht-y hesitate uuderex- m isiii.g circumstances in i ccommending; ' -' S . ,.,.,,,., toey ieioni.1 . v, ... ;.x. - xl.. t ' cud the following OKDI-- " ORDINAN'l L - , ncui:vs, the Congress of the ited States by an act recently pas- n.jiuc ation of the duties on foreign1 sarv to defray the economical expend - overnment. it ts tnerrforc uraaiura ana ucctnrea, . . i . i' i i i r i n.at theOr Jma.ce entitled -AnOrdi-i nance to Nullify certain acts of the Congress ot the I. nited States, pur- porting to be laws laying duties on the V ll Z i - r , here i I - i- ' .-it I- Jill il -M,....l . quurs: kllieu oil uie e .r.. : i .a ....imon1- e 7 . . Art. 2. The object cf this society the act entitled -an act turther to al !,,ial to supprei intemperance, by! !fr n hti laws ol this!di3COuntenancing. toth by precept aodj ' Td on the 2t)th day of De- example, the use of ardent spirits, e - until it shall be repealed or modified bvthc Loffislature. . , , c - , -,, 1 HcCAtllVlin.il. v.'l. IIK tUH ULIII" UMI. (the "bloody bill') is very : great. Messrs. Drayton, Mitchell, and Blair, who voted in favor of that bill, have been burnt eiTigy. Mr. Forsyth had received a simi- !ar compliment in Georgia Thesc pro- thev, ceedings have met with that, which richlv deserve from ail intelligent parties,! contempt. W e give below the ordinance intended to nullify the above law fate is yet uncertain. ORDINANCE. It mwr .1 - .i . , . " fc ..cue Fcv,p.c v. .ue ouiie i -, citable means to promote the object of Carolina tn Convention assembled, do!this socio-; to call the attention of per declare and ordain that the Act oljons f al ages and denominations, to Congress of the United States, enti-; the magnitude of the evil which this so- tied "An Act further to provide for the collection of duties on imports," approved the Jd day of March, ISO:., is unauthorized by the constitution of the United States, subversive of that .:... . j ii i ; auu ueemeu uuu nuu void within the limits of this State: anJ 11 slia11 be the dut" f lgls" ; lature, at such time as they may deem I expedient, to adopt such measures and jpass such acts as may be necessary to i prevent the enforcement there f. and I We further ordain, that no person! . . ,' i ... , , , . r . nointetl.or wlm nn heretofore heeii ,rcted but hsMnot yet taken tht, oalh9j of office required at the t ime of his e- lection or appointment to any offii e ; civil or military within this state, Kmcmbers of the legislature alone cx - jcepted) shall enter on the execution of such otfice or he in any respect compe tent to discharge the duties thereof. until he shall have taken in additon to the oaths of office now required, at the same time and in the same man ner that such oaths are required to be takev, the following oath of alle giance: 1 declare myself a citizen of the free and sovereign state of S-uth Carolina; I declare that my alle giinee is due to the said state, and hereby renounce and abjure all other allegiance incompatible therewith; and I will be true and faithful to the said state, so long as I continue a citi zen thereof: So help me lod. And it is further ordained that if a- ny officer heretofore elected or here after to be elected, shall refuse or neg lect to take the :iforeairi r: i ti within .i r: lur iiiur nidi uuicr oains 01 uiiii.tr iit required by law to be taken, such of fice shall be considered vacant, and the Governor of the state shall pro- I a. .1 z . r .i. ceeu ieca-pi in uie uisiauce oi me Judges of the state) to fill such vacan- cy"f PP5 omcer. to serve until another officer shall be elected and duly qualified. Charleston Courier. TEMPERANCE MEETl.SG. At a meet ini' of the citizens of the town of Richmond, on the 211th of March,! ls33,iii the Methodist meeting-house, for:" (,e e cf forming a Temperance Society, A. Williams was called to the,1" th tor ot tha I alladimii, a copy of chair, and R. B. Builer appointed secre-,1,w preamble and Constitution, with tke tary for the evening. .proceedings of this meeting for publico, The House being organized, the audi-j1'011- rcsnectat.lv addrestd bv Mar- Oa motion, the meeting adjourned to o" l it . thelalt Saturday fThe th) Anril. 1 ' " - temperance: alter which, the lollow mg ;l " '" ' ' . .7 "i i ini i i i ii. ii ' . i .i i. ....a :. i icaut.-n; aim vU.vwv,i, u, .a adopted CONSTITUTION Of the Temperance S.ciety of Rich-j niond, Way ae county , Indiana. Whereas, the improper use of intoxica-l l"v,;) ' - - I i. f .;io f .,.,( ii iiiuuci ill'' nit; huiifss ui an uiv "m-; :-ii i en '"n nieans wnicn nave nccn appoinieu ..... i J i-ai.-ii lian ieitnA l"i f II lit t it II.'. , ..;.i nr..rt in.ff.ri.t; j --.. iiiiwivu'iini.iivi.i'...i..v. ito aive effectual or oermanent check to: 'this tlesolating evil: And whereas, we; believe some more vigorous means and! everimns are evidentlv reauired some system of instruction and action, which . i 1 i wail make a steady and powerful impres-i 111.8 1 ineretorc, me irieuusoi uomesme anu ti r . t C ' 7 jl J J social happiness, now present, resolve ... ' - ... . . .r. :" " " if- " Vt.iL r .,m '. :nr ami it" urnrt ira tile, to rcfjrm the intemt,erate; to etTecl which, we agree to govcrned by the following CONSTITUTION Article 1. This society shall be call - itu c4jjLj:iiuv,c -A-.ici -iii.il- 'I'l -I"i- r--i W.vn ..t v L K t j temperate person. Art. 3. Anv person mav become a imeinoer ov suuscnoiug rus oi ner name i i t 1 " l ' 1 t-i thi l"onat if lit io.; j Akt The officers of this society Uhall consist of a President, Vice Presid- in'ent, Secretary, and a committee of Cor respondence ; all of whom shall remain la otnee until others are chosen. Art. 5. It shall be the duty of"fW President to preside in all meetings of the society and of the committee; and in his bfnce the Vice President. The Sec re try shall keep a reco-d of the proceed- is of the society and the committee. Akt. t. It shall be the duty of the .fpucibin inn r-m . I 1 .. I... II i tv.-pvuuu vvuillllllCT, i iawi I'V ait eiety aims to prevent ; and to the irnrnea surable good which it wishes to effect, by obtaining and circulating pampietshich have already been published , or by pre- !lar'g and publishing essays of its own. In is committee shall consist ol twelve persons, including the President and Sec- retary. I hey shall meet on their own adjournments, or at the call of the pre siding officer, or of any two members of the committee; and any six members of the committee shall constitute a quo rum at any meeting, duly called. Th committee shall have power to fill its own vacancies-. Art. 7. The regular meetings of this society shall lie held quarterly; extra meetings may be called by the commit . e J i tee of correspondence. Akt. H. Scieties auxiliaries to this may be loi med, whose delegates shall be entitled to a seat in the meetings of this society. Art. .K Any memlter transgressing (,(,Ilsl:.nt:on - tw , . J sion. Art. 1(1. No alterations or amend ments shall Ik' made to this constitution, except by the consent of three fourths of the members present, at a regular meet ing of this society. After the adoption of the above pre amble and constitution the following resolutions were passed. Jtetohrd) That a committee of vigil ance Ikj ap.rointed, consisting of eiht members of the society, whose lut it shall be, to present the constitution of this society to all adult pers ns of the tow n of Richmond and its vicinity, solicit their names thereto, and report their pro gress to th next meeting of the seeiety. To wit: At cl Thornhurg, Caleb R. Wil liams, John Smith, Isaac Morris, Joseph Andrus, Sarah Cordon, Margaret Morris, anf Nancy Pegg. Resolved, That Edmund Ci rover, be ap pointed to deliver a lecture on the subject of Temperance,at the next meeting of this society. On motion, the society went into au appointment of its officers, whereupon, Achilles Williams was appointed Presj dent, Aaron Johnson Vice-President, ami Robert B. Butler Secretary of this socictv. Josiuh M. Miliary. Banner lawhead, James Henrv, Philip S. I litchcock, Ben jamin Hill, Edmund (.rover, Matbew I). Springer, William N. Cammack, Jese Slutler, Nathaniel Lewis, Isaac Morris, and Thomas J. Larsh, were aiMNiinted members of the Committee of Correspmi - '""' - Risohed, That the .Secretary present ... - ' .1. oiiiiiia.n.T, t'reswrnr. 1L B. Bi TLF.R..Sccrcr.r5r Thirtv-live thousand dollars ti:is he i. recently olfered and refused lor the horse old Bertrand. . - . , . , i i ... . e .l - . . . . v. iBt. .ubv. v. iaui j iuiiu ill i. ieieiieu uie law oi mat mate, auoi- a 1 i'ii;i is- an ii.ii v i.iiin uiiani. .1 w I . j ... - .l I..1 . .. . ... I . . . ..i..p.. j j I . r:..? oniy me worus, "reuii me iniicu v..i .... The supreme Court of the United States terminated its session on the 15th ult. tiovernor I)insmore,of New Hamp- re-elected without have recently been Schoodtc River, Maine; . . aIKj tne KeiiiUecr. in great numbers. r.,11 an nrrv tn tho whof ti.He ; tr-j lo PurSUe U,enu Clwirles tlie Tenth is dangerously ill at Prague. On the Oth ult. flour was selling in ' New Orleans at .$3 Irf! per barrel T r , ; Ij.i, ,.re,i t.i,., i,n i i,.r. -"''. . v live n the uth during the revolution, ltViid that several persons have died of tbe cbolera atthePoint of lla- j Hawaii Moore. He regret to 1 . I, . I this fi.i. . rr . 1 1 . Yf l.lr or i leitru unu ..-iii.&.-.-.v. supposed to be on her death bed. She is in the 94th year ot her age. It is st a ed in a late English paper, upon what is considered semi-.Ficial authority, that tbe Bn'ish aovernmentwve deter- ' mined to threw open the Eati. 2mdia Tradr mously.