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HERALD OF
VOL. 2. NO. 16.
PUBLISIIED WEEKLY.
JAMES ATKINSON,
PUBLISITER AND PROPRIETOR.
Orrick, corner of Thames-street and Sher
man's wharf, a few doors south of the Brick
Market. j_~Entrance first door down the wharf.
DRY GOODS,
J()"N F. TOWNSEND has just received
from New York, a supply of
NEW and FASHIONABLE GOODS,
amony which are—
Saperior English ginghams of new style, also
calicos. "
Elegant French musling,
English and French mourning ginghams,
Pongees, silks for dresses,
Elegant funcy hdkfs. a great variety;
Irish sheeting, linens,
Superb cloths, cassimeres,
Green barege aud green gauze veils,
Real silk bobbinet lace veils,
Wide black bombasin, crapes, &e.
A great variety of goods to equip children for
Election.
Lace footing, wide bobbinett Jace,
Bluck lasting; blkk English camblet, very fash
ionable for men’s wear.
A L. S O—a great assortment of superior Me
rino Shawls.
T'he above with a great variety of GOODS not
enmnerated, will be sold at prices which cannot
fail to be satisfactory april 13
NEW GOODS.
H ARVEY SESSIONS, has received and
offers for sale, a complete assortment of
GOODS—among them are the following, viz:
Broadcloths, [email protected](ed, white, yellow and
Cassinetts, black Thibet hdkfs.
Merino circassians, <'>Guu'/.e. crape, bandan-
Circassians, muslins, @ no, flag Spitalfield and
Calicos, @ cotton ditto;
French drillings—imita- ¥ White and col'd cra
tion do. @ vats, s
Plain ginghnml,—figur-é}hlen'h heaver and H 8
ed do. gloves, white buck do.
Furnitare and [email protected] hs gloves and
l("limhy, common d(‘). @ min'.n, - g
eet caen e
Russia and bird's [email protected] black raw silk do.from
diaper 3s to 456
Cnmhri:‘s.—--pluid and ® Cotton umbrellas,
striped do. ¥ Navarino bonnets,
Linen cambrie, @ Linens, cotton sheeting,
Linen cambric hdkfx. @ shirting, stripes, ging-
Merino, Thibet wool & Y hams, checks,
Valencia shawls; @
and a variety of other goods, all of which
Y g ) !
will be sold low. april 27
AT B. H. WILBOR’S
VARIETY STORE,
Broap-sTREET,
May be found the following articles, viz:
"1 ROCERIES, teas, domestic goods, shoes, spi
ces, dye-stutle and settings. grain, salt, &e. |
a variety of ploughs, cutlery; iron, tin, gliss, ear
then, stone,and wooden ware; utensils of husband
ry of most every description; window glass and
putty; Oils—sweet, castor, lamp and linseed; a
gmmml assortment of new l
GARDEN and IHAY SEEDS, |
from Shakers and others, warranted inferior to
none; brooms and brushes, vegetables, potatoes
by the quantity; pork, hams, cheeks, lard, &e.—,
Meat and poultry in its season, Eggs by the dozen,
pail or barrel, as fresh as can be purchased; molas
ses by the gallon, keg, bbl. or hogshead. ‘
Flour hy the barrel—butter and cheese by the
quantity. ]
N. B. A daily supply of FRESH BUT
TER is contracted for, made by some of the
neatest dairy women on the island, and will be
kept constantly for sale by any quantity, in good
order, and for the lowest price. ’
All the above articles, with a great va
riety of others not mentioned, will be sold upon
terms the most reasonable and satisfactory.
March 23, 1831.
WOOL CARDING, &
CLOTH DRESSING,
THE subscribers inform their friends and the
public, that they continue at the Union Fac
tory, Portsmouth, to card woor, color and dress
cloth, manufacture wool into yarn or cloth, &e. in
as good style, and on as reasonable terms, as at
any establishment in this vicinity. i
}C 7 Their CARpDING MACHINES arein prime
order, having recently been fitted with new cards.
WOOL or cloth, (for the subscribers) may be
left with Edward Stanhope, or R. R. Carr, New
port; George Lawton, Tiverton; or Jeremiah Gif
ford, Bristol Ferry—where it will be taken, and
manufactured agreeably to the directions, and re
turned to the above places.
GRINNELL & BAKER.
Portsmouth, June 1. l
GROCERY,
CROCKERY &« GLASS
ware-house, l
NO. 150, THAMES-STREET,
ROWN, Loaf and White Sugar; New
B Iberia Molasses; Liquors of superior quali-'
ties; Coflea; Rice; Raisins in whole and half
boxes; Almonds, Figs, Spices, bottled Wines,
Olives, Sallad Oil, Fresh Teas, &e. &e. |
—ALSO— l
A general assortment of CROCKERY,
GLASS and CHINA WRE, \
The above, with almost every article usually
called for in the Grocery line, will be Soldon |
liberal terms, by l
NEW GOODS.
ISAAC GOULD,
No, 176, Thames-Street,
HAS JUST RECEIVED FROM
MEW-YORK,
\N assortinent of BroApcrorue, Cassimeres
4W and Vestings, of the most fushionable colors
and patterns,
ALSO, ventlemen’s new stocks and cravateex
tra beaver, Berlin and thread gloves; random hose,
&e. All of which he will sell at a smiall advance
for cash or approved credit.
Newport, April 23.
NEW STAND.
1 ']‘lll'l subseriber having re
. moved his establishinent to
ke XY 8 store
No. 138, Thames-streel,
recently occupied by Mr. . €. Denham, jeweller,
and opposite Messrs. G, Engs & Co.) is now rea
dy to supply his customers aund the public, with
- BOOTS & SHOES,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTIOWN,
* From the most improved Manufuctories,
| AND NEWEST PATTE RNS,
and hopes by his unremitted attention, to be able
to ment a continuance of that liberal patronage
which he has heretofore received.
As a further inducement to customers, he has
just received a complete assortinent of stock from
New-York, for manufacturing work to measure;
comprising different colored kid morocco, lining,
bindings, and the much admired bronze and cheq
uered French moroceo, &e. &e. together with »ix
new sets of the first fashion LAsts, made by Mr.
Coit, of New York, 'The work to measures being
made under his own immediate inspection, will
bear comparison with any made in the place. "T'he
best attention paid to repairing.
Constantly on hand and for sale, shoe nails,
thread, lining and binding skins, Day & Martin, &
other kinds of blacking, &e. &ec.
I BENJAMIN H. AILMAN.
| Newport, April 23d.
NEVW GOODS.
' JAMES MUMFORD,
i No. 99, Thames-street,
Has just received from New York, a supply o
NEW AND FASHIONABLE GOODS.
Among which are
i S UPERIOR English ginghams, pongees, black
, Italian silk, circassians, linen cambrie; ba
jrege, silk and gauze handkerchiefs; Nainsook and
mull muslin, wide bobbinet plain lace, do. footing,
very handsome calicoes, Madrasa & silk flag hand
kerchiefs, red Valencia shawls, blk. do. random
etocking, brown diilling, black lasting, Irish linen,
Swiss muslin, long, plain silk shawls; superior cot
| ton umbrellas, cotton diaper for table cloths, broud
cloths, cassimeres, and sattinets, and a general as
'sortment of domestic cotton sheeting, stripes, ging
hams, and bedticks—all of which will be sold as
low as can be bought at any store in the State.
g april 19
JENNET DRUMMOND,
HAS just received another lot of Fashionable
. NTRAW BONNETS of all sizes. Also
an elegant assortment of A'EH” GOODS, a
mong which are the following, viz.
French printed muslins, Thread Laces,
Dress chints, Bobbinet do.
'New style ginghams, Embroidered belts.
Striped plaid and figured Elegant ribbons,
l ditto, Gauze veils.
FEinbroidered hdkfs. Moarning prints.
| &e. &e. april 18
j
~ SPRING GOODS.
‘EI)WARI) F. NEWTON, has just re
| ceived and is now opening at store
| No. 158, Thames-streel,
A LARGE and VERY DESIRABLE
STOCK OF FANCY and STAPLE
DRY GOODS,
purchased in Boston the last week wholly for
cash, and are ready for sale at small advance.—
Among them are,
Rich Belgium and London prints, )
¢ French and Scotch ginghams, | NEW
¢ Garniture ril,bons, Sl |
“ Fancy gauze hdkfs, -
Synchaws, lustrings, Florence and gros de Naples,
circassians, bombazetts, petticoat robes, linens,
linen damask 6-4 and 8-4, cambrics, muslins,
gheeting and shirting. A prime lot of cloths, cas
simeres, sattinetts and vestings, with a great varie
ty not mentioned. Purchasers are invited to call!
april 6, 1831, ‘
y& No. 11 2,
Cheap side— Thames-street,
ISNOW REPLENISHED WITH
REAL CHEAP GOODS:
NO MISTAKE.
N ATHANIEL SWEET will be happy to
show the ladies and gentlemen of Newport,
and vicinity, the REAL SWEET BAR-.
GAINS, and pledges himself to give his custo
mers the full worth of their money, and only asks
the favor of his friends to give him an early call &
he is satisfied they will not wish to go further.
June 15
TO LE'T,
AND POSSESSION GIVEN IMMEDIATELY.
TIIE lower part of the House in Church-strt.
now oceupied by mrs. F. White, said tene
ment has every convenience which is necessary for
a small family—for further particulars enquire of
M- r'“AlllH s ann
“ LIBERTY and UNION, NOW AND FOREVER, ONE AND INSEPARABLE !”—wEBSTER.
NEWPORT,R. I. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1831.
ELEGANT SUMMER GOODS,
|B° F. NEWTON,
| No. 158, Thames-streel.
C().\'SIS'I‘IXH of n variety of silks, ginghawos,
| prints, and muslins for dresses-~funcy hand
kerchiols, scarfs, blk lusting, princetta, Brochella,
bombazins stormant and Mexiean mixtures, witha
desirable lot of seasonuble goods.
| June 8,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BENJ. MARSH, JR.
| IHAS just returned from
| e New York, with a com-,
,w plete assortment of Stock of’
| every kind there used for
Ladies SHOES, such as superfine Last-/
ings of different colors; Denmark Sattins, |
do.; French Morocco and kid of different’
colors; DBronze do. do. of the first
quality. |
He has also purchased a new set of
Lasts after the first style,—and hired a
first rate Philadelphia workman to make
the above articles at the-shortest notice,
On hand as usual, a complete assort-|
ment of BOOTS & SHOES. |
He has also for sale, stock of different
kinds for manufacturing, such as calfand’
scal skins by the dozens.—Morocco, lin
ing and binding skins do.—Shoe thread
—shoe brushes—-blacking of the first
quality—and almost every article usually
called for in a =shoe store. i
As it is my intention to please custo
mers. no pains will be spared on my part|
to accomplish it—gentlemen’s work of
every kind manufactured as usual, of the'
best stock and substantial workmanship,
and particular attention paid to repairing.
gr7=ln addition to the above, The sub
scriber has just opened one case of men’s
lined and bound SHOES, well made, at
$1 12 1-2 a pair—also, one case of gen
tlemen’s calf-skin fine stitched BOOTS,
at $3,50, a good article. The above ar
ticles are not sold at cost, but having been
just purchased low for cash in New York
can be sold as low as those that cost
more, and still afford a profit.—Those
who wish to purchase, will please call &
sce for themselves,
Newport, Apnl 19.
REMOVAL.
PR.R.R. HTAZARD,
HAS REMOVED HIS MEDICAL
ESTABLISHMENT FROM TIE
STORE FORMERLY OOCCU
PIED BY THE LATE
CHARLES FEKE, 7TO
THE STORE IN IS
OWN HOUSE, THE
3d EAST OF SAID
FEKE'S STORE,
AND A FEW
RODS WEST
OF THE
STATE
HOUSE.
AT TIIE SIGN OF THE
A very extensive assortment ol
DRUGS, MEDICINES, AND DYE
Together with many of the most Valuable
"PATENT MEDICINES,
PERFUMERY, &C.
OF THE FIRST QUALITY,
AND ON ASGOOD
TERMS AS CAN BE
OBTAINED AT
ANY STORE
IN NEW.
PORT.
HULL’S, STONE’S and ether Her
na TRUSSES.
~ With plain directions for Ships, and
family’s use, put up and replenished in
the best manner.
| 37 N. B. The most particular
personal attention {md to Physicians’
prescriptions, and Menicines delivered
at any hour of the night.
| Newport, May 18,
JUST OPENED AND FOR SALE BY
e ey (P P
WHERE HE 9FFERS FOR SALE,
STUFFKS,
—A LSO
Mevicine Chents,
SCHOOL BOOKS
FOR SALE BY l
"JAMES HAMMOND.
|
A B C l Woodbridge do.
N England Primer | Olney’s Geogranhy
Evangelical Primer | Cumming’s Geog-|
N. York i } . ' l
"N. York Primer raphy
Sherwood’s l’rilmer‘ Morse’s Geography
Franklin Primer I Woodbridgeg Wil-
N. York Preceptor | lard’s Geography ‘
Church (hntuchisml Worcester’s Geog-
Webster’s Spelling l raphy !
Book Willard’s Geogra-
Parkhurst Ist l.ea- | phy |
SOnS l Primary Lesson in
Introduction to Na-| Avithmetic
tional Spelling bk. I Arithmetic tables I
National Spelling | Child’s Arithlnetic.
Book Colburn’s do.
Alden’s 'lst part (:nlhurn:s ].’lalcs
Alden’s 2d part Colburn’s Sequel
(‘ium;(nings Spelling Kst-y t«i (,‘ulburn‘x-;t
)00 Seque {
Murray’s ditto Smith’s Arithmetic
New-York ditto Staniford’s do. '
Fasy Lessons Daboll’s do.
Boston Reading l Grammar, by a
Lesson teacher of youth |
lnynpr(m'd Reader I Murru_v’;e Grammar
Worcester’ssecond | Ingersol’s do.
book Smith’s do. Ist pt.
American Precep- | Smith’s do, 2d pt.
tor Smith’s do.lst & 2d
Murray’s Introduc- | Murray’s exercises,
tion I Alger’s &KMurray’s
Murray’s Reader | Kxercises
Pronouncing En- | Murray’s Key
glish Reader | Guy’s Orthography
Murray’s Sequel Jameson’s Rhetnric'
Agricultural(llcad- I Blair’s Lectures
| er Rhetorie
Young Reader | Blair’s Questions
Introductionto Na- | Scott’s Lessons
tional Reader l IFurgerson’s Astro-
National Reader nomy
Historical Reader | Wilkin’s do. ‘
Academical Spca—| Webster's Chcmis-(
| ker try
}‘ Mental Guide I'l‘hurntnn’s Botany
. Columbian Orator I Took’s Pantheon
- Goldsmith’s Greece l Walker’s Diction’y
Goldsmith’s Eng-, Do. Pocket Die.
~ land Perry’s Dictionary
Grimshaw’s Eng- |N. Y. Expositor
land I Welpley’s Com-
History of Unitcdl pend & Questions
States | Grimshaw’skty mo-
Goodrich’s United | logy
. States i Scientific dialogues
- Emerson’s Ques—' Blair’s Philosophy
tions to Goodrich’s | Blake’s Natural
United States Philosophy
Grimshaw’s United | American Class
' States, and Ques- | Book .
tions Porters Analysis
Cumming’s Small | Political Class
Geography Book
Parly’s Geography |
| FRENCH BOOKS.
French Reader I and English Dic
- Lectur Francois tionary
- Boyers IFrench | Frenchword books
| Dictionary French Grammar
- Neugents French | French Testament
}n LATIN BOOKS.
Adams Elements of | Historiae Sacre
- Latin Grammer | Virgil Delphini
Enticks Latin Dic- | Horace Delphini
. tionar Clarks Cwsar
Ainswoy;ths Dic- | Wilson Sallust |
tionary Tallusti Delphini
Latin Tutor Ciceronis Oration-
Walkers Latin | es |
' Reader Cicero de Oratore
Viris Rome |
| GREEK BOOKS.
Hatkenturg’s I FnglishDictionary
Greek Grammar | Greek T'estament
Goodrichs Greek I Leusdens Greek &
Grammar Latin Testament
Greek Reader l Greeca Majora ‘
Groves’ Greek and | Grieca Minora |
PROVISION STORE
CONNECTED WITH THE
ALBANY.
WM. K JOIIN VARS,
]’(l’.l‘ll’ constantly on hand and for sale, at
WHOLESALE and RuT AlL Flour and
Grain of all kinds—Albany Ale—No |, Mack
erel——Cheese—Butter—— Salt—-New-York
Crackers by the barrel—New-York Vinegar
by the barrel, together with a general assortment
of |
SHIP STORES and GROCERIES.
ALso— |
MANILLA AND TARRED RIG
GING, OF ALL SIZES. )
THE TIMES
OF THE FIRST QUALITY,
I’] AY be had, and is constantly kept, at the
Grocery and Frait Store, of
All those who may wish to be supplied with
the sume, by applying or sending their orders,
may have it delivered at their Houses, as cuear
as cun be purchased in this place.
Groceries and fumilies ean ot all times be sup
plied with Restorative Beer, delivered at any
part of the town. Stucey’s Restorative Beer has
been pronounced by judges superior to any other
kind manufactured in towu.
June Ist, |
For ale, @
'l‘ll/\'l' splendid LOT, abeut one ucre of
land, on the Hill, a few rods south east of
the Old Swne Mill, formerly the property eof
George Cox, deceused, together with u house,
slaughter-house, barn and other buildings, next
lot south of Mrs. Fry’s boarding house, near the
Redwood Library. Said lot is one of the most
elegant spots to build a Mansion House, inas
much ax it has a most beautiful view of the ar
bour—on the West a view of the Beach—on the
Fast, there is not so delightful a »situation for a
building spot in the town. For conditions and fur
ther particulars, apply to AU THANIEL
SWEET, Agent for the Heirs of George
Cor, deceased.
Newport, June 1
THE ESTATE,No. 144, Thames-st
owned and improved by the subscriber,
in good repair. For terms &c. enquier
Feb. 2, 1831,
250 loaves of Double and Single
Refined Sug ar,manufactured
by Canby & Lovering, and Lex Canby
& Lex—Philadelphia,
For sale at NEWTON’S,
| NO. 150, Tuames-sr.
- June 23d
NO. 2,3, 4 & 5 “Cooke’s Cotton Duck”’
—a constant supply for sale by
1.. W. LAWTON.,
7™ This article is fast increasing in reputa
tion and use; owners of Vessels are respectfully
requested to give it one trial. Juue 1
WAGGONS—CARTS, &e.
|
Tlll‘l subscriber has for sale one new, first rate
ox cart; one do. first rate horse cart; one do*
first rate horse waggon;two good second hand horse
waggons, Likewise one good second hand chaise
and harness, with a six year old horse, kind in har
ness. 'l'he above will be sold for cash, country pro
duce, or credit.
ALSO~to let, a good stand for a shoemalker.
Terms, &e,—applyte
|
- April 27.
A great variety of the newest and most fashion
able pieces, songs, &e. including selections
fromi the admired opera of Cinderilla, for sale by
W. CALILLAHAN. Jl4
Tlm subseriber wishes to purchase 50,000
. pounds of sheep’s wool of the grades usunally
‘raised in this State, for which he will pay a liberal
price in cash on delivery. E. W. LAWTON
May 25th.
SOFAS.
]L'S'(‘ RECEIVED AND FOR SALE two
F good SOFAS, Huir cloth spring seats, by
June 28d
CHOICE and FRESH ARTICLES.
|
| Just received via NEW<YORK, by
|
. HENRY POTTER, |
| 66. Thames-street, |
Family, western flour, Q('hoicc city hams, |
Hyson tea, super extra; i Dried and smoked beef,
young hyson do. do. @ Beefs tongues, dried;
Old Jamaica spirits, Q,Mm« corn fed pork—
St. Croix do. . and lard, ‘
Wines and cordials, <. Butter, water and soda
!.emon! and oranges, Q_ffnv_ko'm:_ I‘
runes, 4 Pilot bread, L ;
Box and basket prunes, @ l-' r and pi-
Pure lemon syrup, @"':l‘:"""‘g peppe ‘
Dried plums for tarts, Q\\lndmr; nuts, i
Oried opples, i"ilboru and almonds, f
Box assorted candies, ©|-an nuts and chesnuts, |
S CY. S OAn assortment of nails,
Cristalized ,"“"d-v' rd ilunch & muscatel rai-
Pure American musta @ ing, in boxes and §
Fresh cocoa shells, 0 :"‘:‘_ {
Manilla grass mats, 5 boxes; cask
Willow market baskets, ¢ S::"" ::: & Malaga
Loaf, lump, and [email protected]‘lmm.mhinfl fresh;
- g ‘resh figs and dates,
pr;rln candles & sperm g kl:‘.hm f\.ment of splows,
oil, - o
Fowler's Wharf.
Fresh sallad oil, 6('unnnu—(.iin‘er pre-
New rice, served.
Old Berkshire choose, & Shaker's GARD EN
Best Goshen butter, SEEDS,
Together with a variety of articles not
enumerated. ap 27. |
ICE,
JOIHN J. STACY.
A FINE CHANCE! |
FOR SALE,
PARDON WHITL.
COTTON DUCK.
FOR SALE.
WM. D. STEWART,
Bread-street.
Nreiw JHusic,
WOOIL..
WHOLE NO. 68.
FOURTH OF JULY, 1776,
Fxtract from the Speech of the Hon,
Joux Avams, delivered in the Hall of
Independence, before the Congress of
1776, on the passage of the Declaration,
Addrossing Joun Hancock, the then Presie
dent, he said—
' “Read this declaration at the head of
‘the army, every sword will be drawn
from its scabbard and the solemn vow ut
‘tered to maintain it, or perish on the bed
‘ot honor. Publish it from the pulpit, re
ligion will approve it, and the love ol're
ligious liberty will cling around it, resolv
ed to stand with it or fall with it. Send
it to the public halls, proclaim it there,
\lvt them hear it who heard the first roar
of the enemy’s cannon, let them see it,
who saw their sons and their brothers fall
on the field of Bunker Hill and in the
streets of Lexington and Concord, and
the very walls will ery out in its support,
' “Sir, I know the uncertainty of human
affairs, but I see, | see clearly through
this day’s business. You and 1 may not
live to the time when this declaration
shall be made good: we may die; die co
lonists—die slaves—die, it may be, igno
miniously and on the scaffold: Be it so
'—be it s 0; if it be the pleasure of Heav
!cn that my country shall require the poor
‘offering of my life, the victim shall be
‘rcnd_v at the appointed hour of sacrifice,
‘come, when that hour may; but while 1
do live, let me have a country, or at least
the hope of a country, and that a free
country. But whatever may be our fate
'be assured that this declaration will stand.
It may cost treasure, and it may cost
blood, but it will stand, and it will richly
compensate for both. Through the thick
‘gloom of the present, I see the bright
‘ness of the future as the sun in heaven.
'We shall make this a glorious, an im
!mortnl day; when we are in our graves
‘our children will honor it; they will cele
brate it with thanksgiving, with bonfires
and illuminations. On its annual return
they will shed tears, copious, gushing
tears, not of subjection and slavery, not
‘of agony and distress, but of consolation,
of gratitude, and of joy.
| “Sir, before God, 1 believe the hour
has come; my judgment approves this
‘measure, and my whole heart is in it.—
“All that I have, all that I am, and all
‘that 1 hope in this life, T am here ready
to stake upon it; and I leave ofl’as I be
gan, that, live or die, survive or perish,
| amn for the declaration. Itis my living
‘sentiment, and, by the blessing of God,
it shall be my dying sentiment, indepen
'dence now, and independence forever,
‘ [From the Lynchburg Virginian.]
| SIGNS OF THE TIMES.—In the
Culpepper Congressional District, in this
state, the battle begine to wax quite
warm. Col. J. R. Wallace has come
out in opposition to mr. J. S. Barbour,—
| The latter gentleman was formerly a
| warm Jacksonian,and the former neutral.
!Now, Col. W. professes to be a warm
!Jackson man, while Mr. B. says “he
idocs not wish to be considered the Jack
'son candidate, and that he will wear the
‘collar of no man,”—ln other words, that
he is now Anti-Jackson. The chances
;nrc in favor of the election of mr. Bar
'bour.
l At Reading, Penn. a mecting was late
1y held to make preparations for celebra
|ting the 4th of July. A resolution to cel
ebrate it, as the friends of Jackson and
Wolf, and another to celebrate it, as the
friends of Jackson, were both negatived;
and finally it was resolved to meet as
Democratic Republicans. Ouly one
gentleman at this meeting, it is asserted,
voted against Jackson at the last election.
A Clay meeting has been called in Sa
lem county, N. J. and the call is signed
by 400 names, embracing among other
‘converts from Jacksonism, the whole of
‘the Delegation from that county to the
State Legislature of last year! The N,
J. Eagle says, three hundred citizens of
that county have abandoned the Jackson
party!
~ The Alexandria Gazette notices nu
merous changes in that quarter, some of
which are within the personal knowledgo
of the I.ditor.
M. HALL.
Indeed, we hear of a great revolution
in public sentiment almost every where,
to such an extent, that our hope is almost
converted into certainty, that the present
administration will cease to exercise its
ill-gotten and disgracefully abused pow=
er, on the 4th of March, 1333,
Tue svrrerinG Ixpians,—Not long
since we had the melancholy opportuni
ty of witnessing the distress prevailing a
mong the Creek Indians, which we have
heretofore noticed in our paper, on infor«
\mltion derived from others. A consid
‘erable part of that tribe is literally in &
starving condition. Government could
‘now succeed in sending off a large part
’of'them, as t;tey would doubtless consent
to emigrate [or the pur of preserving
life. q’hun the pofirypo:;ren?oving the

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