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PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTER'S ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STREETS.
VOL I.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY - JULY 27, 1802.
NO. 02
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Hitt0it.
a' .. ri i, :7wr'-i.:v vi its ita - -r int. t. '.....i..s v a r- . i c rca
;' 1 . .. .! ' - ; - 7 f gilgaiMLig p
gabibson Countn gircdors.
CITY GOVERNMENT.
JOHN IIUUH SMITH, Mayor.
WILLIAM fllANK, litcardtr.
JuIlN CJIIMUI.KY, Af.ir.Aal.
' Jfulf UanlmliV. II. Wllklnmn, A. C. Tucker,
and Jeiuas A. Hrl.
C'lerla of lU Mnr IM Jiua IhiiniLley.ea-io,
, Ural;
J 1- Rjan,a.euud ; and John Roddick, laird.
Tux Messor Williaru Ilrlver.
(.MM CWiM" A. B.Shankland.
Hooter Tux (JolUdurt. B liarrotl.
Trraesrer R. Henry.
Ukarf Mutter Tll"U.a lko.
SapsnalrwfMll of (e urM I. y Pl(l.
Kumlrmlml H'u't Herts James Wyatt.
Out of A Vwt iirtm- Joon M. Soatoiry.
Sex, o (As Whr-T. H. M. Bride.
Hrttt Over.eer J . L. Stewart.
City Altornry JollU Mcl'hall Smith.
CITY COUNCIL.
I.rir.l n .AMerwiea-M. M. Itrlou, I'r-s.d.tit , J K.
Newinan.O. A J. May Held, II ti. Scovol, Win . Cliest
liaui, J. C Snillb, M. O. I. riHlbir(T, Mil Jas HuMi.
CWamoM CHncilW.r June, President; William
RuburlsT. J. Yarbrmigli, Win. Drlvur, Wm. Stewarl,
IjaaisHonsn.W,. Mulllns,JeiuTiirMr,U. at. Houlli
Kale, A. J. Oole, Jas. Itavm, Andrew Andersou, J. U.
Knowlos, a.d Join Orly.
' f4Kiio tonaiTTiuu or Tan citt I'ihwh..
fmnne Kn(iwlM, Pivwrl ud Cule.
H'otor H'orli-Aodirii"D,Hniiili od ClulbnruB.
Wri.-Yiirbrnugb,Turner,Siuthtc,navl,Br.n,
MaySi-ld, Cbralhiim nd I lalbume.
HTtor Nawmao, Stawarl and Turner.
1 l7oiMl JiM, May Sold and Bloan.
' fl, Wf-CWtliam, Ua)flildand Klio1i,.
JV Mrtm-('ra.ly, Krlrrr and Nowmau.
Cm I'rivor, Cliralbam ami Davli.
Om Eolith, flawart and Nrwman.
Jfarii IIohm Kubnrui, Slowarl and Turm-r.
Am-HiiujIi, Cialborne and liavia.
iVirt-r-1"aibain, prlin ai d AuJeram
ftpunyallotlgli, CtailKirno and Drlrn.
H'oro Cheatham , Maytbldand Knuwlo.
mffoHoiak nd n.p'.li(r-Clc, Hrovol and
,(Vuly. ' li'
l"Wi! rroytrly nntn.Choalbatn and Turner
Frti Html Mayllold, Juui-a and KoborU.
-Tb Board ! Aldrm nireta the Tuiwdaya
nril nrececilui Uio aucoud and fourth Thuridyi In
M.h mnntb, and the Comoinn Council the iccond
and fourth Tburadayt In facli month.
NIGHT POLICE
Opiui John Baufh. ,
iral tlaiKeaaiU Win. Yarbrou(jh.
rimmd LuulemiiU Jobu II. Davla.
hlinwiiWu. Jaokai. John lavender, Nlrh l
vli.Jool rbil'lpa, Wm. Ha'kar; John Coltrall, William
klaio. Jolin Kniilaa, J. W. Wrtht, John l'uckott
Hubert ekll, W. C. Kruucli, Thomaa Kraucla, Andrew
Joyce, Itavtd Talca, and Charlea Ha iti.
0f The Polio Court U opnoi'd avory mornlnf at
Bine oVVekr. "
COUNTY OFFICERS.
Storyf Jamna M. Hlutoti. Iifcw Thomas Hob
aou and J. K. Huihanau.
HqUtT rtiin.'BH Uarrctt.
7'iiuf W. JatHir Taj lor.
IWnivr-N II. Ifclcti.".
Hungrr John Corbltt.
, JVriMua VolUc4ttr J. C Urlliy.
R.aiJrtNioT Tux Collr. tor W. 1). Ri.U.Tln.
towtoMx.ir (Aa N.i.lmila tJittrM John P. (ioi'r
and J. K. Kewmau.
COUNTY COURT,
JtutjUm. Jain'i Whltw.utli.
7r 1". iJbdalry Nlclml.
. jBeTThe Judito'a c.iurl mci'tH tint tlrat Mmnlay in
raub uioutll.ai.d lb" tluartoily Court, conipoa. d of
tbo Uaalatratea of Ilia County, la hld tbii f.r.t Mon
day ia January, April, July and Octolxtr.
CIRCUIT COURT.
Ju.f-lloa. Natbanlrl Duller.
Clai Kavld C. Love.
4eT"Tlo Court moots tho flrt Moiulay In March
and Si'iitrnibi r.
CRIMINAL COURT.
Ju.lot Hon. William K.Turn-r
ftorlr Charles K. IMguons.
T-Tln Court mix t lht llil Monday iu Ajiril An
' Kunt and lKKiomhor.
CHANCERY COURT.
rtaaivMor lino. Hauiuol IV Vrioraou.
CV.rli attd M.itlrr. K. Clns.
r The Court mode thu that U.iu.lay Iu M.iy uu.l
.veinhor.
i. o. o. r.
J o as K. lliua, Clrand HocrMary, abould be ahirewd
at A'.uaa,f, 7'.a.
TVaNM-K i,.li, So. 1 Miwta every Tun-ley Kvrn-
lun.ttt thulr Hall, on the corner of I'nlou aud Puui
imr streela. The ofllunrs for thu priwuiit term, are:
O, S. laueur, N (I.; J. K. Mills, V CI J. I, Woak'ey,
mi.wiji i. ..-..
Tw 1-o.lire, K.i 10 Mi-ole at the sa ne place
every Mond.iy Kwninic. The ole-rs ar : It. A
(ainnhell, N O.; llaury Apple, T (1.;
riooreUry j B. F Brown, Treasurer.
fitaiLy Lo-lyf, ml Mis at lb. ir ll.ill, on S..nlh
llieny atrxl, every rilday l-veulii. The i.lll.vrs
ajd . O. C. Covert, N Frank lUnuan, V.U.; Jain. .
Wyatt, cretary ; W'. M MalU'iy, Tr.aaurer.
jtarma l.pAf, K" Iff1. (l! "nan)-steels at lto
Hall, comer of Uul m and Suinuirr strreta, every
ruursday Kwnlng. The oinfers are : rrarhw Rich,
NU.; P. m-lmai, V 0 i Bllter'ich, Hretaiy;
Ul. Selferl,TriiSirer.
R.df'l IwiMpepwa, .Ve 1 M,Uat thr alwte Hall
on the trek end third WeJneedaya of each month.
The om.-ere art J. a. Mills, C.l'.jT. H. Hcilnde, 11 V ,
11. F. Fuller, W ; pwr Harris, Jr.. J W.; Johu F.
Hide, A ribs ; H H Culler, Treasun-r
tWn lrroark kVa.umj'iiu'af, So. i-kl,els at the
above Hi I on the secoud aud fouriu We.lue.day
uUbta of itarh month. The olll
rs are Jas T ll. li,
C P.; H.hry Apple, II P-; I
man, J.W. CharU-s K rch
Treasurer.
Meker, S '.; B Ine.l
r, rcrlbe; J. N. Wai.l,
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS.
taiutsvlllaJt Nashville R.R Train leavi-s al 7 45, A.M.
i .. arr. at 6 3", 1' M.
Nashville k pooatur K R Train Iraves at 8 00, A V.
ii ii art at It-d, I' M.
Na-.b. A Chattanooga R H. Tralu Issvss l 111 00, A VI.
o .. .. . r al -r., I M.
ADAMS r.XrilKSS C0UFANT.
ol llCiii No. 41, l a tear triaast.
rursvbs vtabiag U send Freight and Packattoa If
the MTnlDg Ti-alns i the Lonsviu.1 a Nasa
Tiajr, and Mtsavuik ao fxeatea RaiLaouiai,
must have laa aama at l.'ia ulue hy 41 e'caia. II. s
evniri previous
Davidson Covntt Diiuctuiiy Cvnlimud.
MILITABY QTTAHTER8 AND OTHCERS.
Putt Hnailquarlen on High atrtd. lien. Iiumoiit
cnmiaadiiiK.
I-tidriW ili:ad'iuartTa on umtnpr atrout (Dr
Knrd'a rraldruce ) Capt. Greon, A. A. (2.
Vororf Mm iW-II ai!iUKrti-r on Cbarth itrfrl.
(fi-nnle Acartpmy.) Col. Hranlry Mnttbrwi.
Chitf AuittMt Qunrttrmuur lleadluartot"On
rhi-rry trt'xt ; N 10, (Judre Catniu'e r ildince.)
Capt. J. V. Bliibain.
AmUlMl Qnmlmrmatt fJiatlanooga Dsput Cad.
R ..Hievrnatm.
A-uUu QmirlcmuuUr Vine alr.x-t, noar Uri.
I'olk'a rtsaidenm. Cupt. K. N. Limb.
A-uUint Qvarltrmttur No. 87, Market ilri-et.
lapt. J. M. Hale.
t:kitf CvmmUwry lli'adiuirteni, Nu. 10, Vine at.
Capt. K Macfrntly.
I'ommimirf of Aafuirfmea Biuad Itrect. Cnpt. 8.
Little
Artiny (XmmiMilrp o htiilrw Cornrr Of Broad
and Collie atr'ta l.li'iit tlini lfa Allan.
AfnlKvil IHrlor UBimar atn-el. (Ir. Kord'a old
niaidanco.) tfurgenn, E. Hwift.
VtdivtU Vprttyor't oft Cbarch alrat't, )laotiic
flulldlug. J. K. I'ikti , SurKfiin, 8lh Kuulucky Iu
fauu-y, Acting M'-'l.t-al I'urveyvr. ..
AEEIVAL AND DEPAETCTB.K OF KAILS.
Kortboru Mall.ria lularillo, arrival I ally,6.;W P.M.
" ' " laaroi " 7.45 A.M.
Columbia, rla T k A. U.B. ariivra " 6.80 T.M.
" Icavrl ' (IO A.M.
Nhelhjtlll,Tu N. k 0. R t, arrlrea 8.30 P.M.
learea 10.00 A.M.
Ulianon, .... arrive n 12.00 M.
4 . . li-nvee 1.00 P.M.
Mxmplila 1UII, li-avi'i t)aily,v a lonlavlllo and Cairo.
POHT-tiKKlCKS OPKN HETONI1 LEBANON ARE
Llbfrty, Alexandria;
Gordonivilla, Pmlthrille,
Watertown, Jenning'a Fork.
losroiricha on line or i. c. r.r.
Murfrooabcirrt, FoMervllle,
Jordan'! Yulli-y, or Hbelbyvllle,
Oirlitiana. Palmetto.
B. B. CONNOR & BE0M
(OmlSSION IflKKCMAIHT!!,
NU. ft COLLKJE STHKtT.
Mew nrocK Just rrt'rlvrd and for sale
low o rlone out touilnninenti,
00
Ulna, halt, lor ale by
ap II
OON.MlH k URO.
JJ boxes SALT, for sale by
CONNOR A BRO.
K f Colls RUPK, for sulo by
tJW apt
CONNOR A BRO.
40
bbls. Coal OIL,, lor sale by
CONNOR A BRO.
f half tibia. Coal OIL, for sale by
IVj ap 8 CONNOR A URO.
150
doson BKOOMS.for aule by
ap 8
CONNOR A BRO.
Q boxes SOAP, for sale by
CONNOR A IlltO.
50b:;'
boxea M ARCH, fur sale by
CONNOR A Iir.O.
I ) cheslaTEA, lor sale by
Iw ai li
CONNOR A BRO
tt) hill plmUlKA,
I At ap 8
for sale by
(XINSOK A BKO.
14) CJidii-a 1KA, lor sale by
w ai 8
COSNnlt Jt BKO.
IU
boxes Yeaal I'OWDKIW, for sale by
ap 8 H)Vull t HI-' I
. ) f c.hkn SOIIA, fur sale by
V. ap8
CONNOR A IlltO.
I ( 8""" MATCHES, for sale by
IUU ap 8 CONNOR A IlltO.
r. boxes Star CANIH.KS, lor
le by
UtSNOK A BllO.
O sp 8
O boxes Cort'KK, tor sale by
ZO a8
14 bbls. V1NKUAK, f r salu by
'1 sp 8
CONNOR A CO.
CONNOR A BRO.
IJkitaMAl.MON.f r sale by
CONNOB A BHO-
") f kiu MAI KKIIKI., for rale by
ap8
CONNOR A BRO.
r. kllH IIKKHINII, for sale by
O ap8
;) kita SHAH, for calehy
-a ap 8
CONNOR A BRO.
CONNOR A BKO.
I M bbls TKOLT, lor sale l.y
1. ap8
CONNOR A BKO.
j bbls. MAOKKKKI.,
for sale by
CONNOR A BKO.
11,1.1a CIHH K, for sale by
ap 8
CONNOR A BKO.
I box, a dried
ID ap8
Hi:iUVI, Tor sale by
Ui.NNOR BIC.)
R boxes lined S'aled, for sslehf
) ap 8 (ViNNOR
k' NAllil, for sale by
CONNOR A BKO
r "k bbls (Viiahol Suar, hipaalH by
r)t ap8 CONNOR a BKO.
Iirl ba'S MtAI , for sale hy
tj ap 8
CONNOR A BRO.
R bbls FLOCK, for aale by
ty ap8
4) 1 ea-ks UAM Voraaieby
CONNOR A BKO
V a,, 8
;no a
li- 1 casks S1HK.S, for sal" by
aV ap8
CONNOR A BKO.
'20O
nhls flue. I
apt
(I'ATOrM.lor sale by
con.nok niio
20' .m
a fi
ah liatd. n SIKH, for s.le bv
(OSMIK A lino
8
O bliitt iMiiuu .KIS, ft.f rale by
1
apt
civiNou A nito.
10'
lieris CanvaiouMl HAMS.alltia lnr,e lot ol
sorts of O.Ki.ta, which we will c l.e O'll 'ow, I
our old suud, No. A t oiloKeetreet.
8 U It (flNNOK A K I
DK.
COLHMAN'S
Mfl
ft IJK altiMillon of citiumi, ilranic'ra.aiitl otburs lt
L iliuif Naabvilla. rtiuiriuc mHliJai ail, te rittwt
fully ceiled u tuie iiiu, Nu Ul I Wtlerwit irH, ec
uui iliMir, b-iKWi-vu t'bitrry and ibn Suara.
Lr. l (ii4H m an olil pra tilrniiar of mtHlk'hie; hie
aliuoet uuhnuivd eiMrwuc and lUttoniiK u-!
Uf tuaiiy Ttre pat , id ibe irtwtiui-ui ol raj v Ait
aAPet, bjkst iinlut'Ott bun to i,vt b UBt.ivi.ltxJ attB
Ih.d U all diM-wtj. of lie ulur, Many rww ni
ttte nKMtt in v.lorai rhrMt Ur ljvv prouipiiy y .c
lo ( WupnivtMl uilliil trtatnnM
Primary , HHiilriry , Tirliaf) and Ui-rcdiUry )-ph
die, t.oiittrrbuvr., dtpai aud all diin,aie of lb tfuuue
aud urinary uiain, un4 with uo rnUme to tn
A ft iiiiilfi Irri'f utar ili"e and ftim lUmal mJiratitt
rut n la tf the Womii, aui ibd diaMiaat aneu-K trinn
t,4iiltoo and III maufi'1 pa'luriiuxi
a'vtf y caa-f of KtMiit -I hio Kuplure, and tf PlnewJ
'rola(L.g tkt i In1 K4v om, auil m -ai ef K.uu,
ran be currd by a pitaa uoariy pa nlt-aa. If puttvr
ol ibe laiur iurtva ie uuiifriaavu t 1 r . To mae,
cur e iHort'KV'ty fruited , ae a ran ful titiuitittiiiil
aiw a (itittafiAie Ibe tttaMry iti'twaiK'ue U av'jj
lUwrly lila lUtiH-oV'M uh'UumJ ml t(alinf
I i erne ei riit.ir e((ti iu e pa-nam by b-tiei
( lr. f itMl jjJ tJtt) WU tbe flrnl UipUttlat oJ iltjr l llle
ftptv.ihi djK.tu eur.4, ui ui i 04ajjk, b in
alK.riive intMU si. to ly -:M t"me
Hiru I ctM.fl.U'tice, pioinpt auaiilivB, and mHltrai4
rbarf. will gov em In n iiU...a
04- N.i mercury ttd irvloiWil of ivft
JtA. , ae be tajliaTe ( 11 pr4uee
WWUL llB Unl H ! U
(.fl.UAi baure truoi ebl ta liw itafiA-i UU iwae ke
klkeeu.i )aiil4, de l
Committed to Jail
OF DaTlfbaia Coonty, July 1 , 102, a NVp-n Mm,
who aayi Ula name la tiAU; laya bv b'ionfa to
Or- ryo Aruuittong, ol WilnaumoU couuly , Ti'iin. ; utd
24 Vnara: wrlchl ln p-'UkU. a lo,'t 8 bUh:
oith'r, blark; no marka. The owner rtqutwtel to
come forward, rore property, and v c bra, aa
lht law illnu. J. M. IIINinN,
July bji. Sheriff and Jailor ol II. ('.
Committed to J ail
OF Davldwiu County, Tmn., July 8, lsal, a Vauro
liny, alic aayN hia nauie 19 HKMtY; anya be be
lonKt io N illiuiu Kti'd, ol CurkHviile, Tt'iin.; aifd li
yeura; writhe Wnr 100 hjiithIh; 4 fri'l IIS, lliuhra h'klii
color, Mara; Do marka. Tlie owufr U rfitieilod to
come Toi warU, prove property, and par hurKi-e aa
llif law dir-ds- J. M HIYlciS
July , lMli. Eiii'riHand Jailor ol I). C. '
Committed to Jail
-kF l)i.l.lon (Viun'y, Tenn.,
, July 6, 1HCJ, a N.rO
la Ur.l UKS: rnra be
V J Han, waoaiiya in natui'
biTonsa ut I'attnn'a lleira, of f)aviiiaiii I V ,im ly , Tenii.;
agvd 1 feara; w iKba 17fi NMjiida, lt.ii(lit, a fit 7 H
lncUra;olor, black, erari'O riybt wil.t. The owner
la l Pipn-alwd to ctont lor ward, 1 rove prii ty , ninl jiay
i'liarKci, aa the lew dirncta J. M. IIIM1IN,
Jul , lMJi 3i. Bhurltt and Jailor of U. I'. .
Committed to Jail
OK Ittvitinin Gui. l, T uu., July 6, liHJ, a Niyro
Man, wln h liin it nit . Koi .4 ; 0 , Myrt i
1 0HR U Van Alli'O, ot tut tVumty, Tfmi.; kM
IH yenrd, weigtt lV huii1. ft tl ti IuiUh bitch;
color, bl.i-'k ; mall tr iu l'll for'iniKH-. 'i bo owiit-r
1h r wwd to enit.ii tl)rwa!d, pnv m'Imi-'t. and mf
Charge, Mi lf tnw dirurUi. J. M. 11INTON,
July fl, 18dJ at. tthorlfTmid JitUor ofl). C.
Committed to Jail
OF DnvMiOii loQniy, June i:;ih iHfli, in mn
who )) lii4 nuiit 'i AUH A MA M; an ti betonvi
to St.m ul Aik n tm of ( liealheiiii cuuuty lnn ;
xMit Bl or ; :i Mil, finh about 145 or 1M 1i4 ,
ftffftjt lu(h Uifh, cxh'Imt color, nar on think
ab in um ii.oJi loi.g, amall dour tJgy i f tUu littir kbuvo
rlKi tfmil.
The owur t requnaUtl to eomt forwurd, prove pro
perty. -ttxiH py cii(g4t, m lLa iw dir. ft.
J M lUN'TnV,
(utn iiU 3t Sheriff tud Jailor of l. C
Committed to Ja?
OF lhiT:daou rouuijr Jim lil, lHhiJ, a iicio miin,
Who iaji hti nmnn In HOH inyg ho W oi.i
to Tlmmtui . Watkar of Maury county, Tftui ; buo
i buti t 1 or i0 yar olit, wohi aIkhiI 160 pnubila,
5 fMt 3 iuclii III biegnt , ciloi black, oo iniukH,
The owner ! reii8td to come forward, prove pro
perty, a' d pay cb argue, ati tle lw dt ecU.
J. M. IMNT,,, ,
Jnnr-20 3t Slirln and Jailor of I), C.
Committed to Jail
OF llavldmn oonnty, Juno it!, a nKi man
who says bia name is AKi'll!: R ; aud bi'lnnra to
Win C. Smart of Warren county, T no., K'd ah ut
4a years ; weighs ahont 146 or 1M) Kn'iia ; 4 f.Ht
Inches hU ; oolor hla..k ; bcavy whiskers.
The owner la requested to coiue forward, prove
property, and pay ehargaa, as the law directs.
J. M HINTO.N,
une2 St SliarlB and Julor nf n C.
' Committed to Jail
OF Davidson oounty, June VH I, lo2, a nero boy,
who says his name is AlJv,aud b..lonKa to W in
McOreprror of W 1 son Co. ; are years old ; wei,hs about
iou or ino pounag ; a icet n mcnea uiAu ; oolor niark
scar on second linger on lelt hand.
iho owner is requested to cine f .rward, prove
property, aud pay charges, aa the law direeta.
J. M. H IN TON,
June2fl.-,'U SherifT and Jailor of I). C.
Committed to Jail
(f Davldaon,eMiaty, June ?o, lBii'i, a nrsro man,
VJmno sayshlf name Is IMMKI,; aajfl be belongs k
Mra I.nxinka ti Brown or Muury couuiy , near sprlr
Hi J, Tenn: uae about '..t vej.ra old ; weiuhs about 170
or lHu pounila ; & feel 11 lushes liih, auiall tear il
conl' o lorcbfa.t.
I he owner is requenied In coin fr'ward, pritve pro
purty, aud nay cbaraes,aa the law directs.
J. M. 11INTON,
Juoe-.-o St KherlfTand Jailor of IV C.
Committed to Jail
Or Itav
kirl,
F Daviitflou couiiiv, Tenn.. Jrin 10, Im2, a r'-iiro
win) nave her nim ik JuaNNA, und lMtonjfi
to Unhurt WilliaiiiR, of Kraukliu, Ky , etc I) not i7
or 1M ytarit ; 6 IWl 'i luclu n Inli ; ; voficltu about 1-0
poutum ; dark coppor robif. iiioownttri rcinio-t-'d
t cuiun lorWctrd, prtivo property, und 'iiy c)irK'H a
lh-' Iw dtrM-ii J. M. MlVi'i'S,
)iino-: - at SIhmIT an.l J.ulor of I
Committed to Jail
OF I'avidso
who rava
-u c.'imly, J.i lie lOtll, Ihi'ii, a hrgro Ulan
a h.H bftuie ih MILTON ; snvs he helolia.
lo J.mel'h tarter, of .Marshall couuly, Ala, e. slio.il
21 yeuis ; Weiahs Ido h. units , 5 leet 7 Inches hli-u ;
col.ir bliick , H-ar by hnru above tlio rllil writ
The owner in reqiie-ueil t com,, r.irw.r.l, prove pro
purty, aud pay cliargeaas tho law direcii.
.1. M. IIINTUN,
junelS lit Slierin and Jullnr II C
Committed to Jail
OF Hiv
who
iUvkIhou ctMiimt y , Jun Mali. l0i, a iH'tfro inau
ItUI hull. I lilt! IN hANIl.l, ; HttVB be llCliMlKH
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to int furwatrd, provt' prop -rty, and piv tliirt;iii
aa iho law itm-cu. J M HlNToN,
jnttelH-3t blier;ll anil J.iiU.r ot 1 i
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owner ie rttpuniiti.i t ruiit brwaid, prove pio
iwjrHv- and p I'tiate. an (Im law itirnt i1.
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OFFICIAL.
By the President f the Uniteil Stales of
A me ru a.
A PROCLAMATION.
Wuf.reah A Trplj lit'twrpn Hie T'nitoil
States of Anioric and IitT Majesty tlio
Queen of the United Kingdom of Great
liritain and Ireland, was concluded and
signed by their respective Plenipotentia
ries, at the City of Washington on tho
eleventh day of April last, w hich treaty
is word tor word as follows:
Tienly h'tween the United Slate nf America
and her Mnjexlij the (Jiieen of the
I 'titled Kingjtnii of Great lSntain and Ire
land fur tlte siqiprcssion of tite African Slave
'Jraile.
The United States of America ami her
Jilnjesty the Queen of t lie United King
dom of Great Britain and Ireland, being
desirous to render more effectual tho
pieans hitherto adopted fur tho suppres
sion of the slave trade earned on upon
the coast of Africa, have deemed it expe
dient to conclude a treaty for that pur
pose, and have named as their Plenipo
tentiaries, thai is to gay: lhe President
of the United States of America, William
II. FVvrard, Secretary of State ; and her
Majesty tho Queen of the United King
dom of Great I'.iilain and Ireland, the
Itiht lion. Richard liickerton Pemell,
Lord Lyons, a peer of her Lintt d King
dom, a Knight Grand Cross of her most
honorable order of the liatlvand her En
voy Extraordidary and Minister Pleni
potentiary to the United .Mates ot Amer
ica, who, after having communicated to
each other their respective full powers,
found in good and due form, have agreed
upon and concluded the following ar
ticles :
AH Til LF. I.
The (wo high contracting parties mu
tually consent that those ships of their
respective navies which shall be provided
with special instructions for that purinise,
as hereinafter mentioned, may visit such
merchant vessels of the two nations as
may, upon reasonable grounds, be sus
pected of being engaged in thu African
slave trade, or of having been lilted out
for that ournose; orof having during the
voyage on which they are met by the said
cruisers, been engaged in the African
slave trade, contrary to tho provisions of
this treaty; and that such cruisers may
detain, and send or carry away sucli ves
ielrt, in order that they may bo brought
to trial in tho manner hereinafter agreed
u pon.
In order to fix tho reciprocal right of
search in such a manner as shall be
adapted to the attainment of the object
of the trcvy, and at the same tiuie avoid
doubts, disputes, and complaints, the said
right of search shall be understood in the
manner aud according to the rules fol
luwint:: First, it shall never be exercised ex
cept by vessels of war, authorized ex
pressly for that oliject, according to tlie
stipulations of this treaty.
Secondly. The right of search bhall in
no case be exercised with respect to a
vessel of tho navy of either of Iho two
Powers but shall be exercised only as re
gards merchant vessels; and it shall not
be exercised by n vessel of war of either
contracting party within (he limits of a
settlcmeiitorporl, nor within the territo
rial waters of the other party.
Thirdly. Whenever a merchant ves
sel is searcdetl by a ship id war, the com
mander of lhe ship shall, in the act of so
doing, exhibit to the commander of the
merchant vessel the special instruction
by which he is duly authorized to search,
aud shall deliver to such commander a
certificate, signed by himself, slating his
rank in tho naval service of his country,
anil the name of the vessel he commands,
and also declaring that the only oliject of
tlie search is to ascertain whether tho
vessel is employed in tho African slave
trade, or is lilted up for the said trade.
When the search is made b no ollicer of
the cruiser who is not thu roiuiuaiider
such ollicer shall exhibit to the captain of
the merchant vesad a copy of lhe before
mentioned special instructions, signed
by the commander of the cruiser; and
he shall in like manner deliver a cerlili
cate signed by himself stating his rank in
the navy, the name of the commander !y
whoso orders he proceeds to make the
Hearth, that if tho cruiser in which he
sails, anil tho oliject of , tho search, as
above described. If it appears from tho
search that the papers ol lh vessel are
in regular order, and that it is tnniloved
on law fill objects, the ollicer shall enter
in the log-book of the veSfi l that tho
search has been made in pursuance of
the aforesaid special inslrut lions ; and
the vessel khiill be left at liberty to pur
sue its voyage. The rank of the ollicer
who makes the s.aich must not be less
than that of lieutenant iu the navy, un
less the command eilhir by reason ot
death or other caiise,Js at the time held
by an officer of inferior rank.
Fourthly. The reciprocitl right of
search anil detention shall be exercised
only within tho distance of two hundred
miles from the coast of Africa, 'and to
(he southward of the thirty-second paral
lel of north latitude, and wilhin thirty
leagues from tho roarst of the island of
Cuba.
Attrici.K n.
In onler to regulate lhe mode of carrying
the provisions of tho preceding article
into execution, it is agreed
First. That all the ships of the navies
of Iho two nations which shall be hero
after employed to prevcut the African
slave trade shall bo furnished by their
libpcctivo Got, eminent Willi A copy of
the present treaty, of the instructions for
cruiair annexed thereto, (marked A,) and
of the regulation lor the mixed court of
justice auiiexed therein, (uiaiked 11,)
which annexes resK'ctivtly shall be con
sidered a iiitegral pari of the present
treaty.
Secondly. That each of the Lih con
tracting parties shall, lrom time lo time,
communicate to the other tho tames of
the several ships furnished with such iu
itrucliuns, tha iurco of each, and the
lisjutact thvir s. verai o wtuaniUr. The
said commanders shall hold lhe rank of
captain in the navy, or at least that of
lieutenant ; it being nevertheless under
stood that the instructions originally is
sued to an officer holding the rank of
lieutenant of the navy, or other superior
rank, shall, in case of his death or tem
porary absence, be sullicient to authorize
lhe ollicer on w horn the command of tho
vessel has devolved to make the search,
although such officer may not hold tha
aforesaid rank iu the service.
Thirdly. That if at any time lhe com
mander of a cruiser of either of the two
nations bhall suspect that any merchant
vessel under tho escort or couvoy of any
ship or ships-of-war of the other nation
earries negroes ou board, or has been en
gaged iu lhe African slave trade, or it
lilted out for tho purpose thereof, tha
commander of Iho cruiser shall commu
nicate his suspicions to the commander
of tho convoy, who, accompanied by the
commander of the cruiser, shall proceed
to the scar, h of (ho suspected vessel; and
in case the suspicious appear well-founded,
according lo tho tenor of this treaty,
then the said vessel shall be conducted or
sent to one of the places where the mixed
courts of jusl ice are stationed,, in order
Uiwt. it may there bo adjudicated uhu. .
Fourthly. It is further mutually agreed
that the commanders of the ships of the
two navies, respectively, who shall be
employed on this service shall adhere
strictly to the exact tenor of the afore
said instructions.
ARTICLE III.
As the two preceding articles are en
tirely reciprocal, the two high contract
ing parlies engige mutually lo make
good iny los-es which their respective
subjects of cilieusmay incur by an ar
bitrary and illegal detention of their ves
sels; it being understood that this in
demnity shall be borne by the Govern
ment whose cruisers shall have been
guilty of such arbitrary and illegal de
tention; and that tho search and deten
tion of vessels specified in tho first ar
ticle of this treaty shall be effected only
by ship9 which may form part of lhe
two navies, respectively.and such of those
ships only as are provided with the spi el
al instructions aunaxted to the present
treaty, in pursuance of the provisions
thereof. Tho indemnification fur the
damage of which this article treats shall
be paid within the term of one year,
reckoning from lhe day in which the mix.
td court of justice pronounces its sen
tence. AintcLr iv.
In order to bring to adjudication, with
as litlle delay and inconvenience as
possible, tho vessels which may be de
tained according to thu tenor of tho first
article of this traty,there shall be estab
lished, as soon as practicable, three mix
ed courts of juslics, fumed by an equal
number of individuals ot the two nations
tunned fur this purpose by their respec
tive Governments. These courts shall
reside one at Sierra Leone, one at the
Cap of Good Hope, and one at New
York.
Hut each of the tw o contracting parties
reserves to itself the right of changing,
at its pleasure, the place of residence
of the court or courts held w ithin its own
territories.
These courts shall judgo the causes
submitted to them according t the pro
visions of tho present treaty, and accent
ing to the regulations and instructions
which aro annexed to the present treaty,
and which are considered an integral
part thereof, and there shall bo no ap
eal from the decision.
ARTICLE V.
Iii cmj tho commanding ollicer of any
of the shipsof the navies of either coun
try, duly commissioned according to the
provisions of the first article of this
treaty, shall deviate in any respect from
the ktipulatiousof the said treaty, or from
tho instructions annexed to it, the Gov
ernment, which shall conceive itself tu
bo wronged thereby shall be entitled to
demand reparation ; and in each case
the ioverumcnt to whom such command
iug ollicer may belong, binds iNelf to
cause enquiry lo be made into tho sub
ject of the complaint, and to inllict upon
the fiaid ollicer a punishment proportioned
lo any wilful transgression which ho may
be proved to have committed.
ARTKT.K VI.
It is hereby further mutually agreed
that every Ainericanor ltritish merchant
vessel which shall be searched by virtue
of the present treaty, may lawfully be
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mixed courts of justice established in 1
pursuance ol the piovlsions thereof, if, in
her equipment, there shall be found any
of the things herein after mentioned, name-
iy:
' . Hatches with open gralings, in
stead of the close hatches, whit h are usual
in inert bant vessuls.
Sritnul. Itivisions or bulk-heads in the
hold or on dock in greater number than
are necessary tor vessels tngagod in law
ful trade.
Third. Sparo plank fitted fur laying
down as a second or slave deck.
lu.urth. Shackles, bolts, or handcuff.
J-'ifUt. A larger quantity of watur io
cask or in tauki than is requisite for
tho consumption of the crew of the vessel
as a merchant vessel.
Siith. An extraordinary iiitinher of wa
ter casks or of olhtr Vessels for holding
liquid, unless Iha maatir shall produce a
certificate lrom (le custom-house at the
l'lce b which he cleared outwards,
stating that a sullicient security had been
given by the owners of such'vessel that
such extra quantity (,f cnl.ij r of other
vessel should be Uaud only to hold palm
oil, or for other purposes of lawful com
merce, .Vim,. A greater number of mess
tuba or kid than requisite tor the use of
the crew ot lhe vessel a a merchant ves
sel. I'iijhlh. A boiler, or other cooking ap
paratus, of au unusual size, aud larger,
or capable of being made larger, ll.su
requisite for the u-ot the crew of the
Vossel at a merchant Tetacl; or more than
one boiler, or other oooking apparatus, of
thu ordinary tiz.
A'n.fV Au t-xtraorJiuary quantity of
rice, of tho flour of Brazil, of manioc or
cassada, commonly called farina, of maize,
or of Indian corn, orof any other article
of food whatever, beyond the probahle
wanit ot tlie crew; unless luch rice, Uour,
larina. maize, Indian corn, or other arti
cle of food, bo entered on the manifest as
part of tho cargo for trade.
lenth. A quantity of mats or mattiur
greater than is necessary for tho us of
tho crew of the vessel as a merchant ves
sel; unless such mats or matting be en
tered on the manifest as part of the car
go for trade.
If it bo proved that any one or more of
the articles above epecilied is or are on
board, or have been on board during the
voyage in which the vessel was captured,
that lac shall be considered as rr.iroi
facie evidence, that the vessel was em
ployed in the African slave trade, and
she shall in consequence be condemned
and lloolerool lawful iriaa, utiles tho
master or owners shall furnish clear and
incontrovertible evidence, proving to the
satisfaction of the mixed court of jusl ico
that at the timo or lier detention or cap
ture the vessel was employed in a lawful
undertaking, and that such of tlie differ
ent article above specified as were found
on board at tho time of detention, or as
may have been embarked during tho voy
age on which She was engaged when
captured, were indispensable for tho
lawful object of her voyage.
ARTICLE VII.
If any one of tho articles specified iu
Iha preceding article as grounds for con
demnation should bo found on board A
merchant vessel, or should be proved lo
nave heon on hoard of her during the
voyage oil which she was captured, no
compensation fyr losses, damages, or ex
penses consequent upon tho detention of
such vessel, shall, in any case, bo grant
ed either to the master, tho owner, or any
Other person interested in the equipment
or in tho lading, even though the should
not bo condemned by tho mixed court of
justice.
Article vtn.
It is agreed iclwecn tho two high con
tracting parties that In all cases in which
a vessel shall be detained tinder this
treaty by their respective cruisers as hav
ing been engaged in lhe African slave
trade, or as having been Ultcd out for the
purposes thereof, and shall consequently
be. adjudged and condemned by one of
the mixed courts of justice to be. estab
lished as aforesaid, tho said vessel shall,
immediately after its condemnation, be
broken up entirely, and shall be sold in
separate parts, after having been so bro
ken up, unless either of the two Govern
ments should wish to purchase her for
the use of its navy, at a price to be fixed
by a competent person chosen for that
purpose by tho mixed court of justice, in
which case the Government whose cruiser
shall have detained the condemned ves
sel shall have the first option of purchase.
ARTICLE IX.
The captain, master, pilot, and crew of
any vessel condemned by the mixed
courts of justice shall be punished at
cording to the laws of tho country to
which such Vess'el belongs, as shall also
the owner or owners aud the persons in
terested in hercquipiuc nt or cargo, unless
they prove that they hail no participation
in tho enterprise.
por this purpose lhe two high con
tracting pat ties agree that, iu so tar a it
may not be atteuded Willi grievous ex
pense and Inconvenience, the master and
crew of any vessel which may be con
demned by a sentence of one of the mixed
courts of justice, as well as any other
persons found on board the vessel, shall
be sent and delivered up to thu jurisdic
tion of tho nation nnder whose Hag the
condemned vessel wa sailing at the time
of capture, and that tho witnesses and
proof necessary to establish the guilt of
such master, crew, or other persons, shall
also lie sent with them.
The same course shall be pursued with
regard to subject or citizens of either
contracting party who may be found by
a cruiser of the other on board a Vessel
of any third Power, or on hoard a vessel
ailing without flag or papers, which may
be cotiiloinned by any competent court
for having engaged in the African slave
trade.
Ainn'Li; x.
The negroes who are found on hoard of
a vessel condemned by the mixed court
of justice, iu conformity with the stipu
lations of this treaty, shall be pla.'cd al
lhe disposal of tint Government whose
cruiser lias made thu cBpture; they shall
lie tiliilieoialeiy art Ml lioert.y, aii.4 mini.
remain free, the Government to whom
they have been delivered guarantying
their liberty.
Allll' LK XI.
The at Is or instruments anncicd to this
treaty, and which it i mutually agreed
shall form an integral part thereof, are as
follow s :
(A.) Instructions for the ships of the
navies of Im tit iiations, destined to pre
vent the African slave trade.
(I) Pegtilalions for the mixi d courts
of justice.
A It'll' 'LK XII.
The present treaty shall be ratified,
and the raUticatioii thereof shall be ex
changed at Loudon in six months from
this date, or sooner, if possible. It shall
continue and remain in full force for the
term of ten years from the day of ex
change of tho rtlilications, and further,
until the end of one yrar after either of
the contracting parlies shall have yiven
notice to the others of its intention to
terminate the aaiue, each of lhe contract
ing partu s reserving to itself the rittht of
giving sin h uolii e to the other at thu end
of said term of ten veat. .vud It i
hereby agreed between them that, on the
expiration of one year after stn h noti. e
hall have been received hy either Irniu
tho other btiiy, this treaty shall alto-
gel her cease III I lleteruiluc.
In w itnes w hertof the reepec'ive plett
ipotciitiaru I l ave signed the preaeot
treaty, and hate hereunto all.ird the
seal of their arena
Djiio at Washington the seventh day
of April, In the yar of our Lord, oue
thousand right hundred and sixty-two
It. s i WILLIAM II.rSLWAhD.
l. a. LiU.YI
Annex (A) t 0 treaty ktuitn V United
tvaiei America ouf Ornat liritain for
the sufjfrttviM of 0 A f lira tlevt trntfft,
stiflieil at Washingon cm tht t-tenth rfaj tf
Instruct ions for the ships of the United
States and British navies employed to
prevent the African alavt trade.
ARTICI.R I.
The enmmandor of any ship belonging
to the I oiled States or Prltish navy
w hich shall be furnished with these in
structions shall have a right to search and
detain any I nited States or Urilish mer
chant vessel which shall be acluaPy en
gaged, or suspected to be engaged, in the
.Vlrican slave trade, or to lie fitted out for
the purpose thereof, or lo have In-en en
gaged iu such trade during the voyato iu
which she may be mel Willi by such amp
of the I'nifed Stales or Pritish nary;
and such commandor shall thereiiMn
bring or send such merchant vessel (save
in lhe case provided for in article fifth of
these Instructions) as soon as possible, for
judgment, before one nf the three mixed
courts of justice established in virtue of
the fourth article of tho said treaty, that
is to say:
IMHhe Vessel shall be detained on lhe
coast of Africa, she shall be brought he-
lure that one ol Uio two mixed courts of
justice to be established at the Capt of
iiHitl Hope, and at Sierra Leone, which
may be nearest to tho place of de
tention, or which the captor, on his own
responsibility, may think can be soonest
reached from such place
II the vessel shall be detained ou Iho
cast of the Island of Cuba, sho shall bo
brought before the mixed court of justice
at Horn York. .
ArcruT.K it.
Whenever a ship of either of lhe two
navies, duly ahlhorizrd as aforesaid, shall
meet a merchant vessel liable to be
searched under the provisions of tho said
treaty, tho search shall be conducted with
the courtesy and consideration which
ought to be observed between allied and
friendly nations; and the search shall, in
all cases, be made by an ollicer holding t
rank not lower Ihan thatof a lieutenant iu
(ho navy, or by the officer who at the timo
shall be second in command of (ho ship
by which the search is made.
ARTICLE in.
The commander f any ship of the (wo
navies, duly authorized as aforesaid, who
may detain any merchant vessel, iu pur
suance of the tenor of tho present instilla
tions, shall leavo On board tho vessel so
detained the mister, the mate, or boat
swain, and two or three, at least, of the
crew, the wholo of the negroes, if any,
and all lhe cargo. Tho captor shall, at
tho time of detention, draw up, in writ
ing, a declaration, which shull exhibit
the state in which he found tho detained
vessel; such declaration shall be signed
by htmsilf and shall bu given in or sent,
together with the captured vessel, lo tho
mixed couil nf justice before which such
vessel shall be carried or sent for adju
dication. Hit shall deliver to the master
of the detained vessel a signed and cer
tified list of the papers loutid ou boat d
the same, as well aa a certificate of the
number ot negroes lotiud on board a, tlio
moment of detention.
In the declaration which the captor is
hereby required to make, as well as in
the certiticd list of the papers seized, and
in tho certificate f the number of nrgroct
found on board tho detained vessel, lit
shall insert his own name and surname,
the name of the capturing ship, ami tho
latitude ami longitude of the place w licit
the detention shall have been made.
The ollicer in haiite of the detained
vessel Bhall, al the time of bringing thu
vessel' papers into the mixed court of
justice, deliver into the court a certifi
cate signed by himself, aud Verified on
oath, stating any change which may
have taken place in respect to Iho ves
sel, her crew, the negroes if any, and
her cargo, bet w een tho period of her de
tention and the time of delivering in such
paper.
All I H LK IV.
if urgent reasons, arising from the
length of the voyage, thu state of health
of the negroes, or any oilier cause, should
require that either the whole or portion of
such negroes should bu disembarked be
fore the vessel can arrive at thu place at
which one of the mixed courts of justice
is rslablislied, Iho cnuimanilcr ol me
capturing ship may take upon himself
the respostliility of so disembarking ne
groes, provided, the necessity of thu dis
embarkation, and thu causes thereof, bo
slated in a ccrtihValo in ptoper lorm.
Stub certificate should bediawn up ami
entered at the time on the log-book of
the detained vessel.
A II I i lk V.
In case any merchant vessel, dt tuined
in pursuance of iho present instructions,
should prove to be unworthy, or in stu b
a com! it ion as not to be takrn to one of the
thnsj ports wore the mixed court of jus
tice aro to bu established in pursuance
of the treaty of this date, the comman
der of (he detained cruiser may take uimn
himself the responsibility of abandoning
or distroying lier, provided tho exact
causes which made such a tp impera
tively necessary be staled iu a ct rlifioatu
verified on oath, rhich ccitifieato shall
he draw n up and formally eXculi d In du
plicate at I lie tune.
Iu rase of the abandonment or des
truction ol a ilt tamed vessel, the master
and crew, together with 'he negroes and
paper found on board, and one copy of
the sworn teriillcale mentioned in the
preceding pat agraphof this article, shall
be sent and deltveted to the pr.qier mix
ed court of justice, at tho earliest pussible
moment.
The utulrrHi,-lied penisiteutaj 11 have
agreed, 111 tunloruitly i t ti the eleventh ar
Ik lu ol lhe treaty signed by I hi ill ou ibis
day, that the pirseiil institutions shall
be annexed Id the said treaty, and be
considered au integral pait (hired.
Done at V aabuigtou the neveum u
of Apt il, in the year ol our Lord out
tliouand eight huuditJ and sixty-two.
1. I WILLIAM H. tEUhU.
i. a LYU:.S.
Lo.sn:ato on rui.sfH rata.
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