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and others who THE GUARD. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY TH 031 A SS OX ,jW O S 1 sAj & C TERMS OF SUBSCniPTION. if n.iid atl" Per "ViVc Mpiration of the year. to-No Taprwillbe discontinued until all ars are paid, unless at the option of the Publishers. trably -.uTorfhanU. Grocers jse r-ularly will be allowed four square, "newab.e at pleasure for $30, per annum, paya ble Quarterly. Extra charges will be made for all advertising over these limits, as also for any advertising disconnected with the regular busi ness of the advertiser. Each advertiser at the time of renewing, will be required to designate an equal quantity of old advertisements to discontinued, or the whole will be continued ana charged accordingly. i Professional and Merchants Cards, not exceed ing 10 lines, 12 months : ; r 00 Six months : 'qq Three months : L"on Administrator's Notices : ' ehtLTtre&'f.jT Tkansient Adversers, will be charged o 10 lines or less, first insertion, o Each subsequent insert.-.. - bRfor Announcing canu.ua - ftS Til I it. jaiu ---' " " A i0&?$ Mfet W-i rfP m0MX fifm ' - - - yzjrz " ' s "PROTECTION TO ALL-EXCLUSIVE PRIVILEGES TO NONE. VOLUME III. HOLLY SPRINGS, (MI.,) JANUARY 29, 1813. NUMM:u t Mil- iaie J :v, r ;n town sumcd by some : h charired All personal toinmuuai"""" - inserted Notices of Religious Meeting's, &c. THE MAIDEN'S PRAYER. She rose from her delicious deep. And put away her soft brown hair. And in a tone as ow, as deep, As love's first whisper, breathed a prayer: Her snow-white hands together pressed, Her blue eyes sheltered in the lid, The folded muslin on her breast. , Just swelling wiih the charms it hid: And from her long and flowing dress, Escaped a bare and snowy foot. Vhose steps upon the earth did press, Like a new snow-flake white and mute; And then from her slumbers soft and warm, Like a young spirit fresh from heaven, She boed that slight and matchless form, And humbly prayed to be forgiven, O God! if souls unsoiled as these, Need daily mercy from thy throne; If she upon her bended knees, Our holiest and our purf st one; gratis. Letters ith a face so clear and brisiht. it.. .U U.Tc!nr Ol -.tr 1 1, fma r- sI.!1.1 rf WnYit' tn Ihn I'nnllSIlCrS OH m uu.-i-- vy o aeeill ouic aiiay xniiu v.. -" . I - - .u-rKnc- must be rosT paid, Job Printing executed promptly, and in the very best manner, fur cash only. FROM THE POSTMASTER to ensure attention. f , -. tnose 80ft eVes in tears, Day after day, in her young years, Muvt kneel and pray for grace from .thee, What far, far deeper need have we! How, hardly, if she win not heaveo, Will our wild errors be forgiven? GENF.r.AL. TCF"A l ost Master may e Ktil'Ulil tn. a leuer iu me x , . - , OF 4i mhintinn of a third person frank the letter, if written by A LIABILITIES OF THOSE WHO TAKE NEWSPAPERS. fr-r Th3 Law is, and so the courts decide, that tie tor tnpaym. . . :b-cribe(i make use oi """fc" "7 tn tnk the ucn cae is iiui 1 " . . for it. His duty in " r, .unn-cfi or r!ace where it is ieu, u,- "V .I Vh Usher that he does not wish Post Office, fo: Store, it. II pipers iv - - t.n nnt bv Tavern, or other place, anuare , - - - -the person to whom they are sent, the Post Alas ter Store or Tavern keeper, &c, is responsible lor 'the payment unless he immediately pi ves no -L to the nublisher that they are not taken from the otEce or place where they are sent. Extract from the Tost Office Regulations. im- Tn everv instance in FAQ e 50, section 113. i vV,:r ',,-. which papers come to your office that arc not ta ken out by the person to whom they are sent, you will Sive immediate notice of it to the pub t AVr.r.rr fho rP!.in. if known, why the pa- llMiCT, U'""i ra not I ft L-PIl OUt." - ... t ho n- subscnocrs may uui - rulation. It will be seen, that by requesting the lost jusier reside, to frank their letters containing 0J ho will do so apon being satisfied that the letters iSntoin nothing but what refers 10 the subscrip- rgj- NOTE. Some of the above re- OF THE SECRETARY THE NAVY. This document sets forth, in a business like manner, a concise statement of the con dition and operation of the Navy Depart ment. The Navy of the United States consists of six ships of the line, one razee, fourteen frigates, twenty-one sloops of war, sixteen brfgs and schooners, three store ships, and eiht steamers afloat. There are on the stocks in an unfinished state, four ships of the line, three frigates, one store ship.an iron steamer at Tittsburgii, and one at the Navy Yard at Washington, to be used as a water-tank. The vessels in commission have been em ployed as follows: In the Home Squadron, the frigate Poto mac, the sloop Vineennes, Vandalia and Fal th. the brks Somers and Lawrence, and the steamer Union, under the command of Com. Conner. In the Mediterranean sea our naval forces f the frKTntPS Cumberland and Co- Inmhia. sIoods Plymouth and Fairfield, and The new sloop, St. BlUIC Jill UVAIIIqIvii tnru i nnHpr orders, and will proceed, as w w m i c ra,-itr fnr sen. to relieve me t UII liciu. , .i. rtm'i' th snuadron nas nsisted of the Columbus 74, frigates Kan tan and Congress, sloops John Adams Boston, brijj Bainbridge, and schooner command of Lieut. Arthur Sinclair, a a packet between this country and the Isth mus of Darien. The schooner Flirt, Lieut. Davis, will be employed on the same duty. lhe Pennsylvania, at Norfolk; the North Carolina, at New York; the Ohio, at Boston; the Experiment, at Philadelphia, the On-ka- hv-e at Charleston, and the Ontario rt Bal timore, are employed as receiving vessels. The force estimated for and proposed to be employed during the year, commencing on the 1st day of July, 1S45, consists of 10 frigates, 13 sioops of war, 7 brigs, 2 schoon ers, 4 armed steamers, 3 small steamers, 4 store ships, and 2 small vessels. It is not so large as that estimated for in the last annual report but it is somewhat larger than that authorized by the appropriations of the com ing fiscal year. The Secretary of the Navy has caused estimates to be prepared for nine thousand men for the next vear, and it is believed that this number will not leave available, for the ships of war in their appropriate iuty on foreign service, more than seven thousand five hundred men. An increase of the num ber of Pursers and Surgeons is recommend ed. The number of the former is not sum cient to relieve the commanding officers from the necessity of performing the duties of Pursers. It is therefore sugesleJ that 1 provision should be made for the increase of disbursing officers of the Navy; that it would be effected with the most economy, and with the greatest advantage, by authorizing the appointment of assistant pursers at a small salary. The number of surgeons and assistants is foun i to be below the wants of the service TTnHor th net of 17th June, 1S41, and the Joint Resolution of ISih February. 1S43, a hemp agent has been appointed for the State of Missouri. The agents for Kentuc ky and Missouri have been instructed to af- ird everv facihtv and intormaiion on tne i subiect. and arrangements have Deen aaopt- ed lor the purchases oj tiemp, wun a view of carrvin-r out the policy inaicaieu uy iuu- gress, of buying no more loreign nemp, u omesticcan be secured ol suitab.e quality, and at as low a puce. Some deliveries nave been made, and the reports as to their qual ity are hinhlv satisfactory. The same rule - 7 . ' . : has been adopted in procuring supplies Sail Duck. The Secretary submits for the considera tion of Congress, that an appropriation De made to rebuild the frigate Gurnere, for com- nlptincr ihe iron war steamer which Uobert KEPOitT OF THi; SECREl'APwY OF WAU. The Globe of vesterdav contains the Re port of Mr. WiSkins. Secretary of War. h is an interesting and highly creditable docu ment, and its great lenghth alone prevents us from re-pjblishinjr it entire. We give that portion which relates to the Uregon lerri torv I mentot Uongress, 10 nave - l .,...( , L ,ftmm,,t ( th main clnnncl avui" ueiuic uu, i i c , c M.,.v Yiirk; ite re- body:, he report of ,h.nd anan -hV. Urci. fc, .... voun? omcer, weuienaiii ricmu..., .... . ,.n(Ji..rv . . i r,m a-rnr'mr, on r te t r lor v M- n i tea oiaies uoups ui ' .- just returned from exploring our i lerritorv eahoard. In reference to the i - i i Min i n i n w i i t- i ji-i i i i - - west oi me itocKV i.j.uu"i'"-;' r i- , ThftSoi-retarv savs he has visited the mil- West Point. during the ex- I'nmun. nd must unite Iiis cotnniciikla- UllHIU' f lions of this valuable institution to tlic n.auj which have Wen so repeattdly- teto cd upon it by predecessors. He renews wit proposition for the general iovernment to purchase from the State of New York, upon iTUre.l hv her. the im ment ol our relations with other K based upon bioad national principle-,' governed by the rule "to rk nothing v. it'u is not clearly right, nt.a to submit to nr ing which is wrong," will con ti nr. a m m peace, or if it lead to a war, it will L,e sudi a war as every patriotic heart In th coun try will sustain and approve. That this rulo will be the guide of the m'W administrat'Mn, in its management of Xhc foreign relations of the country, 1 fully l lu'V1. Under these impicssions in icird to our interests involved m lite Administration of the National Government, and inthesttong n.-,nr.inre that tiie a hairs of th S'.ate to bo affected bv vour deliberations ar.d aoti'n will disposed of; with the continued i uiu,K'. nrior to theadiourn- portant position upon Siaten ll&nJ, injme hope I shall be ab.e. prior l ' diatelv opposite to Fort Ilnmilton, and e ?1L?S- hlTan mittPed"or,Cha; -ntial to L command of the main chunnc unfortunate diSiiculiies existing among the be wiseiv miles of tint irracoiu I'lovuJence, wiuc;i has hitherto so signalU poured it blessings nnnn nnr -iintrvT 1 anticipate security and leacefor our constituents, and propirity for the state." . T.itvinvo i.mLK Stoky. lucre is - ... something in ft male honesty wiucii cnarnn m inniih as lionestv in a man; and lti avu so rare, and at thu'same time so inestimable, that th-ccltl ratt-d d:stu-.!i ol our.tuimui t;:i bard will cuuallv apply to nther wit's n leather and a cuiel s a i. - . ..... ., i ... .1 , . tnri: ill l . . 1. 1 . .All IIDIIt 91 llljil 3 lilt llu.N.ii m ----- The Cardinal Fames, who was very pro- named the patron oi the poor, gave rod i!on was rjeculiarv arduous and dangerous.l , . . c . ... ffltif..v;!1(T rerlv . . . . if -i. i ineroKees. inc oetniui v iiuiuj o i . .-. .. .... i : The inclement season ol tne year at wnicu - public aiuiicnce once u eriv i muium pi-4 - r j m. i .intrii il'C. the rrreaterpart ot itwas penormeu uie -j o anJ of public faith wildernesjof snow-the barren deserts- - i nmenl l0 ,Usiain the the lofty and rugged mountains, almost com- authorifies in the execution of their pletelv unknown to geograpnv inoes u. , at llie game tima t? save tne minority from the barbarity ot "In nfpf pll '1V v . . - - - f savages, entirely sirancis iu nc v.. white man involved him and his com ana adventurous party in situations ana pern the most critical, and requiring the utmost fortitude to encounter and overcome. From the time of Lewis and Clark's tirst expedition to the better known portion, oi .. . J -...-.! that country to tne present uay, many nai lers have crossed the Rocky mountains, until at last the emigrant's trail to the rich vailey of the Wallamette is now traverse by every kind of conveyance. Enlire families, with to dian law," and to prevent any tuture aut- Thus'onlv can sons in his neighborhood, a nd distributed Ins bounty among them according to their wants. A woman id getited ai.ites, mu i;i a dejected, forlorn condition, presenUM ner- self one day with her daughter, a u;auiuui cieature about liltccn years old, before thu libirol ecclesiastic. Mv lord," said fhe, "the rent of my hou u - .!.... Imi.o !nn rrp A h fl I "M' we ciscnarge uu Ifil.ft t:rnvtMs iia. Wn due some dars and i n tier iri iiit i i nil l ui Jit a . L UU3V - - , r .11 United States agree to protect the neroAee the nation from domestic strife.' rnvnUTSION OF GOV. WRIGHT'S MESSAGE TO THE LEGISLATURE OF NEW-YORK. I rannot consent to close this enmmuni- J V - I ithout a brief reference to the inter- men iiuujtuv.u -1 - - - r i IT search of a new ct nf our State as a member ol the union. C1U39 llica ....... I - . , . hnmA We have iust passed through a presidential till liv dem iti.l unr m- cf 'our In consequence of the conflicting claims of election second to none, which has preceded icr presenting the do-ument, paid u foreign nation to the territory west of the U m the importance of the principles invol v- ly. The woman absolutely rc!ue. ockymountains, Confess has exhibited a ed,or the deep and universal interest of the ccivc more than five, alleging that and En ROBERT S. GREER, P. M. This Office is opened at 7 A. M., and closes at 8 P. M.. every day except Sundays, when tie Office opened at 9 A. M. and kept open 1 hour, and also immediately after the .arrival of the Southern and Pontotoc Mails, and kept open one hour. MEMPHIS OH WESTERN- MAIL. Arrives Daily, except Sunday, at J 1 M Departs ' TUSCUMBIA Oil EASTERN MAIL. Arrives, Mondays, WeJn.sdays and Satur days, at a o'clock, A. M. ' Departs, Tuesdays. Thursdays and Satur dajs, immediately after -the arrival of the Memphis Mail. It closes at 2 o'clock, 1 . W. GRANGE OR NORTHERN M-AIU Arrives, Mondays, WcdnesJays aud t- ridays at 10 i o'clock, T. M. Departs, Tuesdays, Thursdays days, at 3 o'clock A. M. JACKSON OR SOUTHERN MMU Arrives, Sundays, Wednesday uud L- nday3 at 12 o'clock, P. M. Departs, Tuesdays, Thursdays days, at 2 o'clock, P. ML T. v---i-ro Xf All Arrives, Sundays. Wednesday, and FriJayf, "Zri JSiju Tl.urda,s and Sa.ur . ... a nf at 4 o cwcK, v. fONOLA MAIL ClIULAHOilA Arrives, Wednesdays, at 8 o'ctocK, x . Depots, Tuesdays, at 5 " CHULAHOMA MAIL. Calnrrl ivs. nt 1 oelOCU, X . il. a " -"J ' p . . . reluctance to organize it un ier a ieriun' government. Entertaining, myself, no doubt of the propriety and expediency of the mea sure, justifiable by the legitimacy of our claim. I shall say nothing further on the sub- ject, but will Dring to your aueuuuu -thin" nearer home. Thesmmediate valleys of the head streams policy of the Arkansas, whole people in the contest. In no time lias the excitement of feeling been more intense, and no similar election has passed away with a more universal observance ot pub ic Seldom have the two creat parties f thp rnnntrv airaved themselves more dis- ' j . . . el tinctly upon the principles and measures oi ahe. uivc noUcv which divide them, or more unequiv jt.- He th mv landlord threatens to turn uu uito j . . . . . .... i . street, unless he is paid wiinm me wei-u. Have the aoodncss, my loul Carilmai, to m CJ . , terpose your sacred nuuunity . - IDA persecutors." . . .. . ... 'ii.i i i i ..... 1 he Uardtnai wrote a i-itiei, wmh uul pui into the petitioner's hand, and eaid, 'U.i to my Stewart with thu piper, ami recoivo from him five crowns.' Rut the Stewart, on down hh 1 to re lis etnU nence gave her to expect no more, an.l um it must be a mistake, lbth wero so.on- vinced of acting literally uccording to or.ier, thai it was mutually agreed to refer the mat ter to the cardinal himself. It is true," said he, "there must he n.mi- c me ihe paper, and J wnl leciuy en returned the billet ihua recti .u- n1-.. j vn, L...ri.. ci.u,i ii.o ronit nf n nntional contest, hi,.,! in the woman, saving, "so mucii candor m,,ni, r!rh nnd valuable r,on il.o strength of their respective poi- anj honesty deserves recompense. lle:e ; i v. iui'w... a ..." r I. . . .i 1 i ,t i.vn r.r.'drn.l full :i I 111 1 1 IS ;i ! l 1 CIUII. l l.iH ...... .nn .niro n if it lay 11 ! US U OOWTV IUP great South I'as3, Stone rivers, have much rich ana vaiuauie Up0n land, The Platte, or Nebraska, being the thms. Great issues, which, here m I . . lAotinrr Into r r fmm- the lido r hut imnerfectlv ioined. or ceil i ra i sucmn iuui.. . .. , r rf - i would very properly lur tried, have now ueen universu'iy i.v......v . questions in me and the known of nish a name to the territory, w.mcii i pro a3 presenting conuuiuu- .: . i, .rsxioH inin n iprritori- -.mi-.m. 1 he nub ic. lives. al "overSment in connection with, and pre- and acknowledged principles of the leading lirnmary to, the extension in that direction candidates of the respective parties as c car. r , I wmit.l confine the iu n these exnressed issues, defined the A nnun w hich the battle was to be ieDrastta iriii.". ; 1 i i - i - i ':ud the my up- L Stevens Eq. has contracted 10 build ac sions on tms siue oi uie ivuuwy muuuiaiin. mourih. usc l-"u'uails -i t cordin- to the provisions of the act ot April Us boundary line would commence at the poa the principles and opinions which, as - . r'- . . ... i . .i. r , u T".. r.in nr. ill. M i i I v, r. r tliAv nvmvfil nnd practised. the lornnsp. In the Tacific Ocean there have been em ployed the frigates United btates ana oavau- nah, sloops uyane, xevaui V"', schooner Shark, and storcship rebel. 1 m new sloop Portsmouth has been fitted lor sea, and is under orders to join this squad- 14, lS42,and to build a brig to repiace Enterpiize. By the act of 17th June, the Secretary of the Navy was directed to expend an appro priation therein made in "continuation of the work already commenced at Brooklyn for the construction of a Stone Dry Dock," or f .1 Drv Dock on some other plan, il he shall deem the same batter lhe hcad.of the Arkansas; and following that Nnit-d for the purposes ot the iavy, as in stream to tne moum oi iiiau x ..v, wv-- I month of the Kaiizas. and run up the M is- souri riyer to the mouth ot the lluiining renter river, and would pursue that stream lo tho hcaJf'ls northern branch, and thence ....t to the Wind river chain. From III kl r t. - this point, turning southward, the line would onrinue along the Wind river range, and continue the mam chain of the Ilockv mountains, to rCom. John D. Sloat has been ordered to the Pacific to assume command on that sta- statcsmen, they had avowed and practised ri. t,hrJA mns.n of the reonle wero more universally appealed to and more elaborate lv addressed, tlian nt any preceding election; and every freeman in the country enjoyed the fullest opportunity, thoroughly to under, stand all lhe points in'disputc before he cast his vote, The conclusion is almost unavoid able that, at no time, has the whole public mind more perfectly understood all the ques- tions involved in an election, or more ciear i- u. .loam ho at fnr l Iip nnh. I u . liv ihe heads of the iSeosIio tnd niS aiscreiiou ne suau lie.". v s. .w. t wouie. p"' - . . .. c , , . i ;fl.,,.rto ir. h vnr. Osajze Tivers, again to me mourn o, u.c ,y comprei euucu ..u..uv bv the fact above cited, the Secretary of the Tne eastern section of the region embrac- rannlrPil c INhPVV- i ork Unci CXUmiDCCl I K.f iKpqp honndanes Irom i 1 V W 1 KT k JJ X - - rl 1IT - - - ii ciicnt Brooklyn and the plans ol Docks r;..pr westward for . j . , . I . ,. submitted to his inspection. Ut tne relative mjies ,s of great agricuitura the Missouri two hundred and fifty ! beauty and fa- on tne numerous 332e and Neosha ond Satur- poise cud Satur days lie interest." In discharge of the duty devolved on him Kanzls. tlNo change has been made in the vessels composing the East India Squadron since th last annual report. The squadron on the coast of Africa. un erlie3 and advantagesof Floating Docks dl lies, thickly timbered o j ..nrv-i nrl ni !f . fl. Pe rr V. ConsiS ts ol lliel . iiiiniii hn vi n ri nrt ra il wa vs. and of I ..:u..i...1aj nf t'io Tvafizis. o t- . iTo.n;nn. sloons Saratoga anai tl nt- fnr th ntirnoe of the! .i r. foriilitv enual lo the best land illiuic A " ' -- . line Oiuiic r i uvc, aiium .v. j . n...... hrirr l'nmnise. mounlinil Pine- T r.r.1 nom it nroner to Pvnrpsn - ni: Tmm the limit ot this lertlie a 1 n i . uu 11 . i , i :i u v i irr uiii. j Liut uvi -"-r''-' i i 11 i im in i v an opinion, as the aid m forming a correct conclusion, to be expected from the Board charged with that enquiry by the direction nfrnn(ress. was not at his command. The work on the Stone Dry Dock is progressing in a satisfactory manner. The Secretary states that there are now confined in lhe several Naval Hospitals, 12 insane persons belonging to the Naval ser vice, and that these edifices have no suitable apartments for the treatment of the insane. He therefore su??ests that, if it shall be lhe squadron have, it is believed, exerciaeu a i ure ol Congress to provide any asylum hundred find fifty miles . - v. a. Ilia CIIVX.II (J " - . . vorable intluence, in preeuija (or lhe insane of the District ef Columb:a, Ureal Soulh Pass. trade. The store-ship lne is auoUl Urovision ma v be made for the Insane of the D Alihonh the number of inhabitants en-uamtv rom New A ork with stores lor mis squau-. A n same e3labiishmenl. . jn rjcuiture and other pursuits with- chan 111 lUIUUUii o . r ihrPPmins. The Sloops x reu cauj irrTrntton.have been sent out . .1: ,U orotnrrn. HCatUT and Por IO relieve mc , n;P. The new sloop Jamestown nas uCCw launched and is in active preparation to go i ,M to relieve the Macedonian. Com. i w ui ;..nnr h n hppn ordered to I VylliiK- ' . . i -i xn i.o m ihp station ana reueve ruuecu '. .. j.,a,ii Com. Perry. Another sloop win db.uB.. ,n th. etnt on with all practicable upaiw., The squadron as thus constituted, will mount ei"htv-three guns. The operations of the I I t ..... I . 1 . Arrives, Peparts, at 5 o'clock, A- M. Arrive, . r. ii. a i Peparts, weancsuays, ai v.uv-n., 0K RIDGE MA1U Arrives, Saturdays, at 12 o'clock, P. M. Departs, same day. . TACALEECHEE MAIL. Arrives, Mondays, at 11 o clock, A. M. Departs, samo day. HERNANDO MAIL. Thursdays, at 8 o clock, 1. M. SQUARE MILES Counties. Sq. mi. Adams 360 Amite 648 Attala 700 Bolivar 1444 Carroll 908 Chickasa'lOSO Choctaw 900 Claiborne 396 Clark 64$ Copiah 792 Covington 426 Coahoma 64S De Soto 8G1 Franklin 612 720 - -4ockl900 Harrison Hinds 900 Holmes 576 mlliSSlSSipiU. rONTAIJiED IX EAi.il Counties. So. m. Itawamba 900 Juckson lou Jasper 576 720 75t 792 Jefferson Jones Kemper Lafayette La'derdale7-u Lawrence 8G4 Leake 57G Lowndes 900 Madison Marion 1224 Marshall 82S Monroe 82S Neshoba 57G- Newton 676 Noxubee CC 93ti 82 740 900 720 G12 612 r COUNTY Counties. S, n Perry Pike Panola Pontotoc Rankin Sott Simpson Smith Talhachie900 Tippah 97 Tishrniug'lOSO Tunica 6S8 Warren 400 Wash'ton2$40 Wilkinson 722 Winston 750 Wayne 740 Yalobusha98S ted bv its decision, upon the tuture policy and meosures of the national government. It is reasonable to hope that, after so sol emn a decision of the people, pronounced under such circumstances, the great inter ests of the country, which have loni; been kpnt in a condition of uncertainty and agi tation, will be allowed repose; that the bas':3 of tho action of lhe federal Government, on inA nf four hun- the subiect of ihe currency, may now be ffileV the country is' entirely covered considered settled; that all further agitation wUh rich erasses, which improve ia quunti- on the question of ossi-ning one entire witn ncn grasses, r mou. hmnp.li of the r.ermanent federal revenues to ty and quality up iu u. al lies may be at an end; and that the taThe limits of this territory include the ex- principle upon hich Ihj Zlrl treme head of navigation ot me AH IO uuusaeascui ia iiivciiiiui j - these are subjects which deeply affect the business interests of every portion of the country, but more especially, and most deep l. lh nnmmiw'. fit rind iradin- interests; and all the good lines ol communicauuu i California, the road from our trontier o . Mexican boundary and Manure, ariu a.u an excellent and more direct pass to Oregon, discovered by recent exploration, about one i i e,(tv, miles south- west ot I. ie cf inhabitants en- your daughter in inauu-'-, .uj.i n donation as the blessing of C iud on right disposition of a pure mind.' G HOW Til OF' LON 1 0. . Wc ate apt to imagine bore in tlieMJniter! States that the growth of our towns and nU tea greatly surpass in rapumy ana ixum those of any pail of the o'.d woild. Some facts about London would seem to contradict this notion. It is stated, for instance, in a recent re port to the Government, lh it "in little more than twelve ears. twelve hundred new streets h ive boen ridded to London, which ij at the rate of vno hundred streets a year." These 1200 new streets nlniu 4,U(K houses, most of them built on a large and commodious scale, and in a style ol .superior comfort." With ell this wonderful increase. il is said, "that the demand lor houe instead of diminishing, continues to increase," and that while in" many towns of the interior, the number of unoccupied houses is uu-mcnl-in;r "scarcely is n new street in London, linUhed, before almost every house in it is fully occupied." One great reason ns.-igned for tlu rapul lh of London, is the extrnordinary lacih itv, economy an J despatch with which pe-n pfe are now transported over Kail ILoa.N terminating there. Owing to this cmw, "it is estimated that lhe daily inllax of iudividu. a'.sis five limes greater than it was tilieeu years ago." London is now about fmty mi!cs incircumfercnce, and numbers umro than two millions of inhabitants. iV. American. Ar.nivcr A Vrr.:unLr. liiuu:. At t!ie sary meeting of tho American llible S-jciety, an old divine from Connecticut, called Fa held in his hand the identical as the most commercial state of the Union, h$;hle upon which mo members of the First Jiv lAit. with rtreat seventy, me um.ci- nnrt. nnd rrcsiaeni v usiniiion uuu tamtv, lhe change re, which, for many years pnii ron. The following vessels have been employed Honstitu- on special service. xio 'o-- - , lion, Capt. Percival, sailed trom . xoiiv ou the M9th May last, on a cruise iu m Ocean. . t-. The steamer Princeton, vapi. omuu, has been employed in the gunpractice and :.t Kh i i.ner orders to be pre I - . .1 n tia 3 WP pared tor a cruise to lesi uci , - - - !i i. i n o m nrirt to deter. The operation of the system of supplying fn those limits do not afford . rl i . . ... ... I ,.,.n.4nA fi'l lhi( flUPS an amouni oi aimosi cuiwwmij suwuuutu to me tjons. nnA lhe nrospect oi niTtrf. nnd coiilainiiiir tiio narjos , , . , -- - of all these old worthies written on it pv.es. have the iavy wun doming, esiaonsnea m me DoDU;atton at all aueouaie, av r"' ... . , en,,nd. ran . I laPfl nr ,tl VPTI V f 1 II I 1 1 1 1 II V 1 1 . 1 3 C ' Lx U awwnv. ' z, has ueen mgn- iprmaton of a lull and comF.c - y - and 911 111 liuiiai pi iiici , "..v .....- - act of the 26th August, IS 12 ly satisfactory. The Navy Hospital Fund, on the 1st dav of November, 1841, consisted of $230,434 14. The money is now unproductive in the Treasury, and it is recommended that au thority be given for the investment of the Fund in the securities of ihe United Stales, These, said Mr. ltobbins, wero Mib'.e lime and these, Bible men, arid God bJcssed and nprpd their abor, and under under her sails as nerwa., u- 7 Us it would add considerrblv to its income mm the advantases other moae 01 Fiupu- . .".u - - - U Semmes, has between OetibbehaGiS Yazoo 406 sion. - TKn sipnmer Poinsett, 1-ieui k ..n!ni-i.,i in makimr suiveys UC C II CHI!""' o - 1 Apalachicola bay and the Balize. The no i ia finished, and she will be . laid up for the W Thn'hri Tnixton. Lieut. Upshur, return- ed from Constantinople in January last with Ihe remains of Com. David Porter, and m June, sailed lo join lhe squadron on the coast of Africa, under command ol Com. Bruce. The steamers Col. Harney and Gen. Tay lor were transferred from the War Depart ment for lhe use of the Navy. The former is now-under orders to sail without delay under command of Lieut. Lynch, lo prevent trespasses on the live oak and on tne public lands, ueiwwu. UoIito with inslruction3 Ilia ua"! , - 1 1 ...la in rlitress durms the com ing winler. The Gen. Taylor, Lieut. Far rand, has been employed , tor like purposes during the past season. m. The schooner Phenix, and bn2 Oregon, have been successively employed under ie inchoate or pre h'minary organization mig oa wrnn'H h npr.esarV to and authority ol the" general government, and throw its protection annum uu arants to Ore2on in their passage througl 13 . iln rniintrf- A territorial organizition of the country, and a military force placed on lhe very sum .i,. An nil the crreal streams ot me till. "Iltlv-t O . . I North American continent, either into ti e tua iJihr irean. wuu.u what it th(:l iriet prospered meir uum, v...-. their country wa piuy.uu. b. ...... ;,i ho thnt wc inn- aain nave sucu ruie.is government, yeuu':', r nHnnted which will realize for the future IIHiiii "v. r . - , . . :,rvrirt. . -, . ipnd the control promises lor. me present, is me mu r and sucn umr. I . .riAtl tlim " . I ' C 4 ant lor all tho great inieresis, Hin-u.-f ylR V0VJiG main's cunsn. 1 saw nun nrsi commercial and manufacturing. The issue par,y. nc xouk but a ii w-b of the late election seems to promise these , f ine and" that in coniplianco with benefits, at least tor a time, and until tne re- reqUesl of a fair young lady with whom ;en ho sup- to satily The Secretary alludes to the great anxie ty felt by many of the Surgeons and assist ant surgeons, and Pursers in the Navy to have allowed them an assimilated rank, and Gulf of Mexico, or recommends the snbiect to consideration. The report of the Commandant of the Ma- J ritory a barren or untenable claim. Its pos r;( fnrns.nn th npcessilv nf an increase L.inn nnd occupancy would thencetorlri of the numbers in that branch of the ser vice, is likewise commended to considera tion. ' ' . : . currence determine re-opened - " m to be deprecated of another similar canvass h. roversed. 1 saw him next w! . - . .... In hi. ' . . whether mese issues mo r Unso.l tin was unseen, take a glass ; a result, tn my opinion, greau , . . . .lesire formed by hi so T 1 A .-I. . -w it io vioieni ciia"Dts the A Hint im Exquisites. A celebrated Parisian dandy was advised by a physician to loHovv a course 01 sea oatmng at uieppe. Arrived at that delightful bathing town, he ordered a machine and an attendant,. and Kihllv into the water, lie nhmcrpil in . tn. u.w.v.. , 1 o indec I other timber bravely, but in an instant after came up puf ume Cape Sable and finr and blowing. "Francois," said he "the lfse V to give aid to seamells detestably; it will poison me. e'":,, tf Throw a little eau de cologne mio me wa- tpr. or I shall be suffocated." It. was done, and lhe dandy continued bathing. Did yoa ever see a man whom you iho'i could beat you slirriDr the fire? f no lonrer leave our title to the Oregon 1 er " . . i.ia .iiim it nos- pion and occupancy not depend upon the nava' superioruy u . the Pacific ocean. Troops and supphes rom .h oroiected Nebraska Territory would be able to contend for its possession .tvith any .minrfrri..n the sea. Natural obstruc ts in iheavigation of the Columbia river ..1 j Ani.ta e-tt!inents irradually to ap- wouiu c-u- cm ..fit .ho.dd rn!r.h the Coast, m ueua.iuc v. indeed, migm noi ' 1 Vila which might be needed, of nivai 0 . -I ,rwi nrnrwr I, r. Il OUr naiUiai c.v. r.-, position on out these views required to conform existing nence. th Parifis Ocean. In carrying . f would recommend an ap Zorii oa of Si5c.000 for erects .h. mil propriaii v Mioun river to the tary post uum Kocky. mountains. ' . ger, ace. meeting are state ol thing to such a settled system as has been thus indicated. Mv enure convicuuu the hands into wnich the administration 01 the federal government is to pass, are moe which will most scrupulously respcm uieau manifestations of the popular will, induces me to express this strong degree of conli .ipnr imon ihese points. That respect will ..-- -r ... . . . 1. .-.- 1 - draw to the new administration vie wun .- , ,fferft r- e - L. ..t .m. -I cfiir the I l - ued cuniiaence 01 ine peupn.-, --; results anticipated, at least during iuw tinuance. Some apprehensions appear to be enter- tained of difficulty in our foreign relatious, and an interruption of lhe peace of the coun try. I confers I cannot partake strongly ol such fears. I am not aware rdid indul- lle thought lhat tlicre was no Jan- ' saw him agmn with iiiocoi nis own at night to speuJ a snort 11:110 in convivial pleasure; he considered it only innocent amusement. I met him next lato in ih vetiiii''. in the street unablo to reach home: I assisted him thither; ashamed when we n:t met. he locked I saw him .-ling in the street, a confuted staru words of bias next ree was on his countenance, n Oil llil ti!!'J ..one ! IV. y. Mirrur. d we Sljamo was market r s t'K), re p;et The Clerk of Boston Fau.ieil Hail received, on Tuesday 1 1), a eh.e'i I from Samuel Api-leton, with a that itmighlba invested in turkey, or any other suitable provisions, und distril-ute 1 tv r.fnnw irnrtd iIia n.mr nf tha citv of Boston. to:ive 1'iem .0.1 . existms in rause for such an interruption, the relations between us and any other gov ernment; and I firmly believe that a calm -inri titeMminlike course tn the manaze U .4 M - -- agooddinner on Thanksgivmg Uay. Ilia The request-was properly attended to, and many hearts wero doubtless ;.'hdJencd by the timely gift.