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Am:—••/>< ?m// Dundt e**—“iV lUviht and IJraes*'&c.
Again tin* gay blossoms adorn the giceii forest,
And bri-ht ! earns tin- >hy on tin- love-laughing eV,
’1'lie ninsirol S;> ing is again in the valley —
AM oat lire looks lovely to ilk unc hut me.
For oh, my s td liotutl when l think on my Leslie—
lh swore to return with the sweet smile of May.
Aid w by tin those loses so wide spiead their blossoms!
Ah! wily is the linnet so lavishly gay?
I think on the valour that -till tire.I his tiosom
’J it it Imamed in his eve like the orient star;
1 think on the hand w hom lot led from his mountains;
’J oe beauty of morning—the lightning of war.
I sec the bold youth piess to glory the fore most.
Ami the fns-t of tiie fallen my Leslie 1 see!
Aim Spiing spread thy rose , and laud wake thy music,
’I n all thou h.ing’st pleasant, hut sorrow to me.
iWortuomroits jQnmvtnunt,
Further Frlrarts from
THE EVF.NTFl'L Mi ll ( F A SOLDIER.
There arc many oilier striking- accounts and anec
dotes of the ■.itmtions of the soldiery, hotli with relation
to their comforts, the supply of necessaries, discipline,
&o. together with (lie hints for improvement, to which
we can only refer.
V. e are strongly tempted to extract our soldier’s nar
rative of suc!i details as occurred within his own notice
of the nflair at Puentes d’l lonorc, bat arc compelled to
jsiss on to the siege of Had a jus.
“The fid parallel xvas now opened within 300 yards o(
the town, in which two butte ties rmmncnced firing on the
COtli. During this time, the-weather was so had, amt the
rains so heavy, that we were wot king in the trenches, up
to the knees in mu I, and the river swelled to surh a height
that the pontoon bridge, over which we crossed the (touli
ana, was rariitd away. On the Will another sortie was j
made by the enemy on the light; but they were repulsed by !
0 moral Hamilton*-; divisitn. On the Oist twenty-seven
pieces of cammn were opened in the second parallel, on the
walls of the town, and the filing was continued with
great effect until the 4th, when niiotlici battery of six guns
was opened; practicable breaches weie effected oil the f.th,
«ltd «*? were turned mit that night to storm the town, but
the enmity having made formidable preparations for the de
fence, the attack was delbi ted until next night, during which
time ail the guns in the second parallel were brought to
bear upon the Incachrs. This delay was productive oi l
very serious feelings throughout the Succeeding day, as tve j
were v nrued tit the time to he ready to storm the town the 1
next night.
‘•v minus were the effects produced on various individuals. j
There was .••••unusual talking of relations, a recalling to
mind of scenes forgotten; a flow of.kindly feeling which sof
tened flown the rough soldier into something sadder, but
•non? pleasing. Many letter? were written during that day '
to absent filends, in a iiitne affectionate st)le. than usual; j
and many injunctions given and taken, about writing in the 1
event of tlte fall of cither party, to their relations. f
“The neater the time drew for the intended attack, the i
more > ...-h individual seemod to-h.it.k within himself, yet
‘• iii in riling r.f tear nr doubt of our success was expiesscd, [
« \ei . teelnig di.playtd was natural and manly; at length ■
nigiit cant ', and the appointed hour for turning out'. It
wasda.l; and gloomy, not a single star showed its hear!; the
air wa-■ sfiil, not a sound was tw tie heard, but the noise
01 .d crici.ct , ami the croaking of trogs; every word
of command was given in a whisper, and the strictest si
lence enjoined, which I believe, was unnecessary, forfew felt
no'.ii.t’i to speak. At last the older was given to ad •
v{lucr, tin.I IVtill paij,:taima licarb we commoner.! our
'!mv and silent, n tread weight hanging „n eve
ry m':..d; li.i i we been brought huriiedly into action it would j
li ive been m.'i’ereuf, but it is- inconsistent with the itflliire of :
ie.an not to loci as I have described, in such a situation._ !
The previous warning; the dark and silent night; the known j
strength of the place; and the imminent danger of the at- I
tack, all conspired to produce it.—Vet litis feeling was not!
the want of courage, for 1 never witnessed any thins: like the
< a!u» intrepidity displayed in the advance, niter we came,
svithio range of lire enemy’s cannon, Heiug apprized ol
our intentions. they threw ont fire-balls in every direction,
;:iul from total daikncss, tin y changed the approaches to
the gari'iMiii, into a state light as day; by this means they
were enabled to -ee the directions of our columns-, and they i
opened a tire < ! roun 1 and grape shot on us, which raked !
through then-, killing and wounding whole sections. IVe I
still advanced, silent as before, unless the groaning <>fonr|
wanned c m trades,’ until we reached a sort of moat about]
fifty feet wide, formed by the inundation of the rirev; here
we had to pass, rank entire, the passage being only capable
01 admitting one at a time. On ibis place the cuemv had
brought their guns to bear, and’they kepi up such a lire of
grape and musketry cr. it, that it tv.its a miracle any of us
escaped. When we reached the other side we formed
again, and advanced up the glacis, forcing our way, through
the paliiaadcs, and got down into the ditch. The ladders by
which we bad to escalade the castle were not yet brought up,
o ml the men were huddled on one another in such a manner
that tve « mil not move: we were now ordered to fix our bay
onets. Wh-n.we first entered tiie trench we considered our
s -vies comparatively safe, thinkhig.we were out of range of
their shot, hot tve were soon convinced of our mistake, for
they opened several gfinsfrom angels which commanded the
trench, and they poured grape shot upon ns from each side,
every shot of which took elTert, and every volley of which
was succeeded by the dying groans of those who fell; our
situation at this time ivas truly appalling. The attack had
commenced at the breaches towards our left, and the can
non mi l musketry which played upon our troops from every
quarter i f die town attacked, kept up a continual roll of
thunder, ami their incessant flashes one quivering sheet of
lightning; to add to the awfulness of the scene, a mine was
sprung at the breach, wi^ii carried up in its dreadful blaze,
the mangled limbs mi ! bodies of many of our comrades.
When the ladders were placed, racli eager to mount, crowd
ed them in such a way that many of them broke, and the
P"'Or li Hows who had nearly reached the top, were precipi
tated a height of thirty or fmty fret, and impaled on the
bayonets of tin ir comrades below; other ladders were
pushed aside by the enemy on tin: wall*, and fell with «
erach on those in the ditch; while more who got to the top
without accident were si; it or» reaching the parapet, and
tumbling hendlmg, brought down Those beneath them. This
continued fm some time until at length a few having made
their land i g good on tire ramparts, at the expense of their
lives, enabled a great number to follow. When about a,
company bad tuns collected together, we formed and j
charged round the rampart--, bayoneting the French artil
lery .it their guns; in the direction that the party i was with,
they had. di.i-.vn out a howitzer loaded to the very muzzle]
pointed it towards u«, and a gunner had a match ready to
fho, when lie was brought down by one of our party: in this
(li.ec.Hou we charged until w<-reached the sally-ports com
in-mi. aliog with the town. In a short time the whole divi
sion were *' t.ildisli.-I in posse--ion of the castle; but the
cmite-t at the bleaches wa "-till severe.
“•'if »hihI li i divis'-mv had advanced fimn the
french**- a slimt limp after t.*, until they reached the cover
i- I way; iln-ir advance I guard* descended without difficulty
ial.i tin- dilili. a.'l vatired to the assault with the meal
determined bravery, hut was the nature of the oh-ita-!
rl ■« prepared by tin* nrmy at tiir head of the breach, and
behind It, th.It they could u.-t e,tab!i h themselves within !
• a dare. ,!e I attempts were made until alter twelve
r/it.wlun I cud Wellington finding that success was not
i I nbbiine I, and th if our division had succeeded in t.»
• "**: ; i ’le.Mr v were hrder* *l hark to the ground where
they h id I isenihled. leaving the breach covered a ith dead
and "• iin li 1. When the governor (I’lillipnn) found the
r■aslle was taken, he n treat* *1 into f it St. c hristnv i|, and
a; *la- ’ijdp in liis moriiin.i he surrendered with -ill the par
ri I'm; it hi * ''’o '-ted of five tlioii-and men, of which mini
ha, five!.:* hundred were killed dining the siege.
‘‘VVIo^n the f'lwn S'lrien lci. d, ami the prisoners were sa
c irp*l. tie* p iff leadiit" into inn timu from the castle wa*
iip-m*d. III I nr were .lllowedto enter the town for the pur
p . : • of plon Ipiiiii* if. IVe w re sea.rely through th" gale
V hen wry i< .intent of the division wnc promiscuously
mixed, anil a si.f-ii* *if cnofusion took place which battles
description; each iao in fie dneefimi that pleased himself.
I> ir-* i:i; *ip the doors and rumagiii" through the houses, '
waif only hie iking up the uinsf valuable aificles. of furni
tu*" fu.fm! mi th*'m;—small binds formed, nod when they
« me to a door which oft.-red lesistauee, half a dozen mug
V*-fs vvtiie levelled at the lock, mid if flew tip; by this means
in my ni *n e.ete w mu led, for having entered at another
door. fht*r" u as often n number to die house, when the d<v>r
w.;s t.'o.j hkf.’ .. .pti - l.:’j g. tutar pjinovg drsf soijjIji
sfviiC.'-, n.tw^ diank an utoi itnaio v^il.-iiiav,
tliey wore picparal for every sort of mischief. At oiic
large vault in the centre of the town, to which a flight of
>tejw Icil, they hat! staved in the heads of tile casks, and
wove running with their hats 4c caps tuli of it, and so much
was spilt here, that some, it was said, were actually drown
ed in it. Faithcr on a number of those who had visited
the spirit store were firing away their niuniunition, striving
to hit some be’.is mi front of a convent.
"The etiects of the liquor now began to show itself, am! 1
! some of the scenes which ensued arc too dreadful and i!is- i
) “listing to relate; where two or three thousand tinned men,
| many of them mad drunk, otlieis depraved and impriuci- |
pled, wetc freed Irom ail restraint, running up and down the j
town, the atrocities which took place may lie readily ima- i
gined;—but in justice to the army, I must say they were not |
general, and in most eases perpetrated by cold blooded vil
lains who were backward enough in flic attack. Man} '
' risked their lives in defending helpless females, and although J
it was rather a dangerous place for an ofti<>r to appear, I
j saw many of them running ns much risk to pi event 'mini
um oily, us they did the preceding night in storming the
' town. 1 very soon sickened of the noise, folly, and wick
edness around me, nml made out of the town towards the
: breach. When 1 arrived at where the attack had hecn
| made by the light and 4<li divisions, what a contrast to the
scene 1 had just left'.hrre all was comparatively silent, un
less here and there a groan from the poor fellows who lay
wounded, and who were unable to move. As l looked
round, several voices assailed my car begging fora drink of
*vater; 1 went, and having #!led • large pitcher wfyth 1
found, relieved their wants as far as I eoutd.”
Our soldier, the next morning, visits the scene <*l attack
j on the night previous:—
J “When I observed tho defence that had been here made,
I could not wonder at our troops not succeeding in the as
sault. The ascent of the breach near the top was covered
with thick planks of wood firmly connected together, sta
ked down, and stuck full of sword and bayonet blades,
which were firmly fastened into the wood with the points
up; round the branch a deep trench whs cut iutii,' ramparts,
which was plated full of muskets with the bayonets fixed,
standing up perpendicularly, and firmly fixed in the earth
up to the locks. Exclusive of this, they had shell and hard
grenades ready* loaded, piled on the ramparts, which they j
lighted and threw down among the a&suilunts. Round this '
place death appeared in every form, the whole ascent uas I
completely covered with the killed, and for many yards ,
around the approach to the wa!K, every variety of cxpics- j
mom mi then countenance, trum calm placidity to the great
est agony. The sight was awful:—anxious to see the place
w here we had so severe a struggle the preceding night, 1
bent my steps to the ditch where we haj placed the luddurs
I to escalade the castle. The sight here was enough to har
row up the soul, and which no description of mine could
convey an idea of. Ucueath one of the ladders, among
others lay a corporal of the 4.1 th regiment, who, when woun
ded, had fallen forward on his knees and hands, and the
foot of the ladder had lieeo, in the confusion, placed on his
1 hack. Whether the wound would have hern moi t.il, I do
' not know, but the weight of the men ascending the ladder
! had facilitated his death, for the blood was forced out of his
i ears, mouth and nose.
| “Returning to the camp. I had passed the narrow path
across the moat, where many lay dead, half in the water.
I had scarcely reached the opposite side, when I perceived
• woman with n child at her breast, and leading another
by the hand, huriying about with a distracted air, from one
dead body to another, eagerly examining each. I saw her
conic to one whose appearance seemed to strike her (he
was n grenadier of the 8-i.l regiment.) she hesitated some
moments, as it afraid to realize the suspicion which crossed
her mind. At length seemingly determined to ascettoin the
extent of her misery, releasing the child from her hand, she
raised the dead soldier (who had fallen on his face) aud
looking on his pa lid f.atmw, sire gave r wild scream, and
the lifeless body fell from her arms. Sinking on her knees
she cast her eyes to heavftn, while she sltained her infant to
her bosom with a convulsive grasp; the blocd had fled her 1
faro, nor did n muscle of it move, she seemed inanimate !
anJ all her faculties were absorbed in grief.'*
Schooner D>_rn!itr.—The Bosttui Palladium, has col
lected the following additional particulars of the murder
of Capt. Galloway and the mate of the above svllooner.
‘•The names of the crew who have at rived here, (Bos
ton.) me John Campbell and Janies Brown. The former ,
states that the capt. and mate were thrown over about |
10 o’clock, in the day, weather good, and light winds—1
i Biown was, at that time, asleep below, aft, where &U the |
i c‘vw Iive,l to accommodate the slaves. Campbell had
been, hut a few minutes hefoic, conversing with the capt.
' respecting the proptiety of permitting the*negroes, except
in small parties, to rtime on dec k, (there being only 2 or Z
pair of hand cul '; on board;) but capt. G. observed that he ■
had frequently been engaged in 'transporting slaves from j
one State to another, and never had any difficulty. Mr..
C. then left him, and went aloft to do something when he* '
immediately saw the slaves (by the names of Thomas Ilar
‘■®d and Manuel Wilson,) throw the capt. overboard.
As the capt. dropped astern, the negro men all ran aft,'
which noise awoke the mate, who was asleep in the cabin_
lie ran on deck, with only 7iis pantaloons and shirt on, and 1
| while looking over the side, at the capt. ho was thrown
over—Campbell was still aloft, and cannot tell which of
j the slaves took hold of the mate, except otic, a mulatto fel
i low, by the name of Hill.
j Brown says he did not get’oa deck until both capt. and
i mate were in the water—he supposed they had fallen over,
I and in the act of attempting to clear a way the boat, he was
soizrd and ordered to desist. The man at the helm was
. Joiin Sutton,*who, ever since the vessel sailed, had appa
! remly been insane—he Marie no attempt to relieve those
i overboard^ no;- did he alter the vessel’s course. Whether
j *»p llH<l agreed to join the blacks or not is unknown. A few
| nights afterwards, he attempted the life of Campbell, as he
j lay ,r* his birth, but his intention was defeated by the latter,
who saw hint approach with a hatchet.
After the death of the officers the negroes took possession
ol tho cabin, and as the vessel was well stocked with small
stores, refreshments, &c. they soon devoured every thin-_
they also broke open some of the casks of spirits in the hold,
ami obtained each a suit of new clothes, from some boxes !
which were in the same place.
J hn blacks had avoided all vessels they iQu\; but tin* *
Constitution, being in want of refreshments for In r crew,
and supposing, correctly, that the Decatur must be just out'
of port, took pains to speak her—having quarter boats,
Campbell fold the negrec3she was a maji-af-war, and that
it would he useless to attempt avoiding her; on which they
permitted her to approach.
The ship’s boat came on board for supplies, just at sunset,
when the crew were directed by the blacks to state that the :
officers bad been lost overboard, tec. which they dir), and !
that they were in want of water—not having any suspicion !
"as to the true character of the vessel, they were supplied!
with three casks.—It was not until the next morning that
Campbell hail an opportunity to tell the Capt. of the ship !
what had takea place, which he did on being taken on I
board Ins vessel—the crew of the. ship were immediately 1
armed with muskets and pistols, and sent to the sciir. and i
ordered the negroes to surrender, which they did, (there i
being only four old muskets, three of them unfit fur use, j
and two pistols on hoard the srhr,) and were all brought on ’
hoard tier ship. The intention of Capt. Chase bring to !
b.ing them and tire srhr. into port;but having no handcuffs !
to confine the men, most of whom were young and power
ful, he was fearful of tin attempt to regain their liberty, ■
and therefore returned all but two on board.
Whan the Decatur was fallen in with, 2d inst. she was 1
steering to the S. te !'. awd unlearn that the Constitution !
w as then in lat. 2 J long, fet— after leaving the ship thesebr.'
directed, by capt. Chase, to steer to the N. te W. and '
she continued that course for about 21 hours, while the ship j
was in sight. 1 i
*";|" above named Sutton, ansi a young man, by the name
of .to.in-, (-nit5 iohr.ve been burn in Boston) remained
, by the srhr. not u isfcing to leave her. It i3 not supposed,
by Campbell or Brown, that the latter had any connexion
1 With :lm negroes, in the mutiny, but that he remained
[ tlnniiah »em„a*ci*, being a grren hand, lie bnd arrived
at Baltimore, not long since, in cn. with Campbell, in the
b.ig Hrt«ey,'apt. Bourne, of Boston, from N. Orleans, of
which vessel they were seamen.
The Decatur had an a smiled, but not a full cargo, and
the rntunu.'iiii ition from the cabin to the places conttriwt
• d forward, for the Slaves, svas hut slightly obstructed, the
I bulk-head liaving been knocked away to stow the cargo.
Cipt. Calloway, it is said, hits a wile nod three children
at Baltimore.
One ot »h- niaTcJ brnnght in here is an old man, by the
name of William-; r|„. other, a yfiling fellow, by the
name of Isaac-. It does not appear that tiny were
concerned w itb the others. The w omen (who weic all ta
ken out. as «ei| «s the children.) State, as we understand,
not having seen tltein, that »he plot wag agreed upon I days
before it was tavrinrt into execution, but they do net in. ;
cate any of the crew. * ’
f he steward of tiic sciir. a colored man, wut also taken i
ou'.tirf brought in,
A .ifg.f ty' .T.a*j cf Jc;i *, nr.A f.o hat* tan it s::.
«l UUjlit/Cl v * • i1) *3% ui »* >»»44V ., • . juillOu tl> luiVU t > * L
principal tlirertion onboard the schr., but thetc was no one
that know any thing of navigation.
The trunk and wiitiug dc.-k of Capt. Gallmvuy worn 1
token out, and lutve been brought to A’.ttmickct; but Ids,
bedding, u bag of clothes, ears:, nautical instruments,fcc. •
were left on board, as well us the effects of the mate. Mr. !
—— Porter.
"! he crew o; the Decatur were a.', ev-pt the steward,
white turn.
Tito negroes arc at liberty, and left tin* Kap:d soon after
she arrived. It is said they were ail owned bv one tuan is*
Baltimore.
Campbell and Brown were yesterday examined, at the
Marshals Office, and discharge i; hot will remain here un
til news arrives tVom Bultiun it.
rroni a late London pa pry.
lujaul.nc .'J rithmelu tan—The lions of the town are
about to receive an accession to their number in the
person of Master George .Noakes, a child only six •
years and a halt old, hut who is said to be possessed of
a precocity oi talent for calcuiation, which Ij-js scarce! \
evnr been paralleled and nevet surpassed. T i>o pub
lic exhibition is not to commence until lo-nui row. but
i last night a perliminarv examination took place at tho
! Gnthiollall. Piccadilly, in picscocc of a large jiatlv.
! A variety uf difficult questions were propounded to him,
to all of which he gave correct nnswers_\vith a promp
• titude and apparent facility that fully justified the ex
! pcclatioii excited of his astonishing natural ability.—
j We subjoin a few of the questions and answers as the
1 best evidence of the truth of what we have asserted.
Supposing a person were to lake Id pinches oi snuli
during every quarter of ati hour, how many would he
have taken in 13 years, reckoning 005 dars to each
year?—Answer, <>,113-2,800.
A person h 2G years and a half old, how many inin
, ulex lias he lived?—Answer. 15,305,200.
I Again; sujq.osing him to have had an ifi.-ome of dd.
j per minute, how much will he hare received?—Answer,
i Jb‘258,4‘20.
j In Got) hogsheads of G3 gallons each, how many pints
f ami liow much wo«U the}- come to at 2J- per pin;.'—
Answer, 3-27.GG0 pints—JL'G.nji.
What is the square root of aTG?—Answer, -2*1,
1 What is the square of 57G?—Answer. 331, 77ii.
There are two numbers whoso united amount is 2*10,
and their difference 52, what are thc>?—This puz/.ied
him for some time; hut he refused giving rip the a‘
tempt, and at last arrswereJ, 0 l and 1 Id, which is cor
rect.
■ hue answering these auu numerous other ques*
l tioQ?, the child’s attention never appeared to he ah
. stracted from surrounding objects, or inclavaut obscr
I vations, nor, as far as opinion could he formed did .iiese
i iu the Ipast impede or annoy him.
j '1 he child is stated to bn the son of a labourer eni
j ployed in the docks, to be totally uneducated* anti to be
. actually ignorant of the value which the characters in
; common use for expressing numerals represent. 11 is
j father states, that the first indication which he observed
of his son’s talent was about u year and a half hack,
j when he told him he could count a thousand, aud short,
j ly afterwards that he could count a million. No a*.
: tempt appears at this or at any other time to Imve been i
j made to aid the child in the developctncnt of his powers
j of mind; but he appears, like the great Dos Carles, i
j without assistance to have piocceJi.il (n discover, and
1 demonstrate for himself, .so much of (lie f.t t piinciplcs ;
ot mathematics as form the basis of arithmetic, and
I thence by induction-to have formed rules bv which'
I must of its operations could he performed. It is true'
| these rules are not so facile or simple as tho>c in genc
i ral use, nor is it surprising they should not he, when it
| is rccollecled they are the production of a mere child, .
who could not be expected, however wonderful its na- :
tural powers, to at once have hit upon the method wlfch '
experience has proved to lie the be&L Indeed, the ve
ry imperfectness of the rules is a strong corroborative
proof of the originality of the boy’s genius, and of his
not being indebted to instruction* for the j.ioficiency i
which he has attained.
The following is the method which the child stated
himself to have adopted in multiplying *70 hv 1 2J—70
j times 100 is 7,000, 70 times 20 is i, 100, 70 limes .1 i<
| ‘.mo—ii.eto.
I In multiplying 16 by dt>, he adopted the following
i method—52 times -10 is 20,70—0 times 0 is 30—2,110.
On being asked how he calculated the question as i
to the pinches, he said, ‘ I did not do it in the way it i
was put to me. I began by multiplying id times 15, ,t >
that came 105, and multiplied again by four made 700. ’
I called this 000, and multiplied it by the number ot
hours in a year, which made 7,008,000. Then I tool- j
tiplied 20 by the hours in.a year, which made 175,200, :
and taking this from 7,008,000, il gave the correct an
! swer.
| When asked why he added 20 to the 780, he .said -‘be*
1 cause it made it even.”
_
JAMES WINSTON.
j Cunrwission Merchant, MarUi:t-Jlridyze.yUns on consignment j
and offers for sale,
t 20,000 I.bs. of heavy Middling Huron,
doO hbls. No. 1 am) 2 cut Herrings,
200 do do do gross do
i 10 do No. 1 r.ctt Shad,
50. do No. 3 Mackeral, Boston inspection,
j 20 do genuine Peach Brandy,
I 25 do do Apple do
i 20 do n'd Whiskey,
25 do country' (lit:,
20 do ?»< wurk Cider,
15 do Vinegar,
1 do exceilens country Wine*
50 boxes superior Soup,
50 bottle? country Honry,
25 keg', leaf Jard (50 lbs. each,7
10 sacks coarse Salt,
700 qr. boxes Hack’s Sega-.-,
1U0 gnl!o..s Linseed Oil,
100 d > Lamp do winter strained.
Family Flour,
Philadelphia Beer,in bbls and half bbls.
A Cotton Gin of B sav e,
l Aud Dr\\ IS s PLOUGHS, r»j Gi si/e-.
Smith s Cotton Planter Cultivator.
THOSE interested ill the culture of Cotton ore i ,formed
that a machine is invented for planting and cultivating !
j this crop, which promises to be of great importance. It,
iias been lately exhibited both in Richmond and I’etorsbui
, and met the approbation of ell who had an op:*, trinity of
! seeing it. Tm.s?- who asso<-';r..o large crops of tobacco nr
| com with cotton, will find it a \alunble ar'piis-iinn. It ;s
| computed that one hand with this mnebiin: <\ 1:; j,;-,, ; 0, ■
! cullh ate ten acres per day. Th--y arc ,«n =impi*‘ui •... i,
• construction that any common mcehanx can make them
' and any Kumcr keep them in repair.
he
i t The lolloping certificate, to which many more respertu*
j hie signatures might liavo been added, wii! no doubt be per.
! fevtiy satisfactory.
_ Having witnessed the operation of Mr. Smith s patent
I (.ottnn Planter and Cultivator, wc have no ncsitatimi in
; 'dat it fully austVers tliu pnrpo-'c for which it is lie
"igned. it opens the furiow. drt pc the seed at any iInr
i dKlKi’CJ rcptilred. mv :rs It lightly and rolls it at dim opcia
tmn, and all innrh better than it could be done by hand. At.
ter the cotton is tip, two small ploughs are then attache.!,
j which removes toe spars an ! weeds from both ? des of tir*
'plant at once. It operates as fast as i* horse usMllr
| walks. It it necessary however, tin*l the lami should
first liV* niul f. it. (loin stumps or other obstructions.
• Sign'd In/ --
IhriMRo I’lF.i.u.
llonv.KT Hoj.r.Tvo.
IVRioiir r.oatxsosf,
Al.F.\. fltVMM.It.vl,
i I'etershurg, 'JOm .January, lh.’6.
* ( r*1 1 r himu wi.i in; receive:! by T.kh-js \V j-;r.n,
j H i. Richmond- ’ss. p. Krmmu & Co. Peterdm,.- -
, and Hi ,V M<>oitBaltimore where tor imtciiiii-s
t may «.l m-. »c».: Price of he n.a.htnc eighteen
ddiars. *
:.i±z___ _ 4-tv^
rP , a tM !2t
i ■ - tram ..oim C -UMns' boat, (head man J.irnca 1\icoiaj.-,
j otm t.crct of tobaIS1TAM RANDOLPH,
s:... so ’ '* “’-'i—’* ’• *»***•
IV m. \j. /.niiv..
ifi.H, <». Y.vjrti;
II. Stoxks
<>ii\ J/iupeiTy lor
IN pursuance of «i Occii 01 Trust *roui John Kiii^of ilu*
. City of Rbiun; tui, t«* us, recorded in the ClerkPs Office I
Of the Coigmau. n Court of saifl City, we slrri!! oCTei for I
sale, l.y public auction, on the premr; , ej tiie 25th day of
June the H »’j ..s am! I.o: thus de.-criuc 1 n said Jp.jd.1
vi,t: n Uii,.k-lIous,i (comprising in l!H9 mi Attorney's Of-,
five. &: . 11 Can i ago-Hottse, aii'l Kin. hen,) and a .Meat-!
Meuse, mi i .Sl.i >. ■. with the I.at w •riun they stand,flout
ing a'.lout 1W i»:*:t on a pave l A.icy between l) mid E 1
streets called Km k tinge Aliev, and • \tending liai k as l'ur as ;
i'u!ehei':-,or 1‘alt m’s Kitchen: n'i which were purchasedby I
the said King i.om (Iit'„ K«t.i te, us will appear upon re- j
ferenec to tin* cieeti ii cunveyuinc for the same on record iri ;
the Oik's Oitice • • the raid Core.ration <‘ou:f. A credit I
of G months vv..i • e given tor tim purchase-money; Lut tin- |
paymnit thercoi omri !»•• secured by hond with uppr.ii.cd !
t*cu.i!i, an 1 a Deed. Trust upon tiro property sold._i
Reing mere Trustees S i. t ie Sale, vr« shutl convey such j
tit!? only to said |‘ ..jerry a -said deed vests in us; and hid- ’
tiers .’.re invited to s riisle tiieri st ives on th:s head t.v it to
Jeret.ee to the rec-.n . of tne Corporation Court of Rich-i
iiioini. AO. OIRSON, Jit. f ...
J. M AC It A K, \ lr‘*stws.
f.’tlductcd l.y C. w Cl. Cl.AKKK, j
The above Sale u
Aucuoiicirs.
april 2..
2d—171
Emporium of Fashions!
11IC. subsermer ini.urns his iricnds and the public genc
. raily. that he has noiv on hand u very large and gonc
laltis >rtiii«’iit of M ATS, of the latest fashions-, hi.th of his
own an . lire nnj-t approved Northern manufacturers, con
listing • -lie li.llrm 1114, liiu is. vis: t’iai-k ant! drah Heavers,
i.o do Citstui®. tio a i in. tmion Heater?, do do Korams,
yoeili s liiac.. an t’.nn.:., t:!n. 'ren s do do, morocco caps, |
glazed huts lor setvan , *i:d three thousand black and
white o.’, lialr, a ptii t t.i tvineb are ot fine merino wool: i
allot' which lie i> disposed in sell at :i sinaTt advance, for j
t-.ish nr approved paper.
.Military and I* i.ctids llats made to order, at short no
tice. C>!i. H its repaired,and the smallest favor thankful!:*
acknowledged. JOHN THOMPSON. *
h• 1 *■ Al* persons indented, whose accounts arc of more
than six months standing, ire informed that unless they
discharge tin: same immediately, they will he put into the
Mu v
J. T.
i f
A w v Com .it issiosteus ’ Orr it it, )
Lid May, 11:25. $
11 j.. Commissioners at tiie Navy will receive sealed
. prop •■•sals until tin-first day of July next, for fur
1*'0 ) Muskets and l.ayrmts, such as ore now used in
200d Cutlasses—and
;1U0 pair of Hoarding Pistol?.
Svlnple? of the Cutlasses an I Pistols to be forwarded
it!i tiie r.ii't’r trs furnish the same.
May 9 3u*
TllKASrilY I)K1’A!( r.M£.NT, }
J.f/ .Ipnl, 18J6. ^
^k7 OIK !. >s hereby given to thu Proprietors of the six
i.>l pern nt Stock of 1813. Loan f 7,:',1)0,000, that
the principal of the «uhl Stock remaining unredeemed, and
the interest which may he due thereon at the time, will be
> iu the said Proprietors or to their legal repicscnta
tiv.v, duly authotisec), ...i the first day of J,»iv next, at the
Treasury, in Washington, c.r at such Loan Otlire, on the
hooks tit which any portion id ~.tlvl Stock may stand.
Iniiitmatioi: * - i,j; tiier given that a surrender of the certi
ficates of the s lid six per cent Stock of 1C13 will he requir
ed at the time of redemption, and that the interest thereon
wii! cease am! determine on the 30th day of June, 1820.
RICHARD RUSH,
Secretary of the Treasury,
April 7 ' 0J—2ht
Bv Order of the .Executive.
AX KOI.PH'S - Va.) REPORTS,
CULMEli’S (Va.) REPORTS,
llhNI.M, t S l'A’l'l TES AT LARGE: being a collec
t:on ci ail the Raws of Virginia, from the first session of
the Lcg:.-!ature, in the year 1619, in 13 volumes.
‘•Hit- Laws n» a country arc uercvarily connected with
every tiling belonging in the people of it; so that a tho
r.mgh know! -dge oi them and of their progress would inform
us o; everv thin.’ that was ino-t useful to be known about
tire at; and ote <.>i the greatest imperfections of histoi lans in
genera!, i- owing to their ignorance of Law.'
i at ahova winks will be sold at reduced prir.es;
at sequent!;; great bargains may t,e had ,f early ap
plication he made to
match I'l
J. H. A- T. KAMI
33—wtf
miGLYL'J:
At rules, holdcn in tiie clerk s office rd the superior court
• chancery for the Richmond district, the 3rd da<- oi l
April, 1826:
Smith B* Stanar.i, an infant, by Archibald I . Wooldthlee j
his next friend, - j»lh\ j
against
Beverley Smith, a.infer do bonis non with the w$ anucx
*'d <*» William Smith, dec’d, ami adnfor of Elizabeth!
1 nnstall, decM, Daniel Weiseiger, adnfornf Washington
Watts, the same Bevauley Smith, Daniel Weiseger and
Svigimra his wife. Edward Smith, iinti Wm. ll'Twatt.,, i
1 lie (iriendant Bevciiey Smith, not having cut* c.i iiis '
appearance and given security according to the act of as
sembly and the rules of this court, and it appearing by sa- I
tisfacloty evidence, that lie is tint an inhabitant of this
country; :t is ordered, that tlir* said defendant do appear j
here on the tenth day ot the next term and answer the hill \
of tiie plaintiff; nnrl that a copy ot this mrier he forthwith :
inserted in some newspaper published in the city "of Rich- j
mom;, {<r two mouths successively, and posted at the front '
liner of the Capitol, in the ,a'ni city.
-•Tcf.p.v. If-te,
' H f/i. IV. IfEXLXG. r.
/ IliCLYJ.l:
At ru.cs. ho!.ion in t.ic ("iks uflict' ot the superior court *
nt chancery tor t!ic P.icimir.ud district. t’nc 3d dav of I
April, 1J-.20: J j
William Miller, ami George Irvine, - Pll.i. i
against
Mcf i iv.n ar.tl (.niiiiis, .Joseph Waiiaci’, P.it.ick Durkin,
and T. H. Ryan.*J)/(s.
I in: defendant Joseph \\ niiiii'r, not having catered his
appearance no! given security according to the act of as
vetr.hly and li.e rnics of riicourt, and jr appearing hy sa
•'ulaeti-ry e'.a.ei.c.r . that i,e 13 not an inhabitant oftlns conn- •
*:y; it i-ordered, !;iat tan said defendant do appear here j
on the teuM, lay of r fnc:;t term and answer the hill of the :
pirtioiiiiV; and ttiat a ropy of this order he forthwith inserted |
1.1 some o.*w-paper published in the city of Kidnnond, for '
two months Mt.ti cssiveiy, and p&.*ied at the front door of the ;
capitni. in tiie said citv.
21 A Copy. T(SU. IVm. IV UE.XLXG.r.r. ‘
J'llKiAYJjl:
At t•ih'1.', ii' ldcn '.i the civts s office of the
■ I 1 .M:■ 11;.y fo, mo T{:ciiiin)iid df’sfrb'i.
Apt1
Mary Harrison, ...
superior court :
the 3d day of
Pit.
W iliam H. 1’erkins,
lionluiaiit.
■am't i Perkins, and Thomas M,
Dfo.
I ne i i ti i: iunt Sarniu'l Pc '.ins not having entered his I
appearance and go to -ectitify according to the act of as
r rin ni" a no tl.f ill. -f this court, and i: appearing hv sa»
i^factory cv;. . n-.e. t at he rs t, it an inlinbifani of this i
, country; u .- i -r.lered, ti.at • c sai.i oiimndani do appear |
,’c r,n “’p l!’!! ■' >'«J 1,1 the next term and answer the bill'
’ h: plaintiff; a- i that a copy nt thjs order in: forthwith *
nisei ted in some newspaper published in the city of Rich-'
succes-ively, ami tiosted at the. from !
'■■nt o. t.:e eapitni. i;, the said r
' ' ' » : . If . BX.VfXG, .
i /ncr.YLi -
' 1 1,1 'he c.iTrt s otiicc fin: s-rpriior court of i
'. Vlf - jor ,i,e ^ii’iiriir-nd distirct, the :Jd do-/ of April,
I8j0. 1
Taomas P,. • ,
‘ ■ * I’11, !
,uf 1 'fty. •'•tu.es- Hcm-v, George Fisher, and Mi-1
c'lsvl tv. Ilancr.i-k, . ... Mu.
,* 1 1 1 ' >;t!it- Aleraimcr a: ! .'nines Henry, not having j
.'i.iii iiici. .ij.,.r,irance an i r.n < n serurby according to |
'"{ra® cmbly ami tic-1 nles of t'nis court, and it np
'isfnetary rsi.’etice, that they are. not in
,t.i i, ' ii.- r . • i'|, country; if i.= orb-red, that the said de
i/noanN dos.^peor here on tire tenth day or the next term
ind a.isv.er .ha t.Ui of *m? phi ntiff; and that a copy of j
!:'!s 'r •;* Icu lhv.itii .usefled in some newspaper pub-j
. 1 , 1,1 1:,!: ri,y Richmond* for two months swcces
'•ise.v. and posted at ti<e front door of the eapitoi, in
n<ul c-tv. 1
•'?. *nn jr utwj'.yy - r
New JMcliiuti ol Pressing Leghorns.
fi LGHOUN hud Strnw Bonnets blenched* cleaned, al
-U_^ tered and dressed. They will be pressed by macht
,u‘r3‘t beirg an entire new invention, w hu h greatly improves
t: e texture. and g'ves a superior gloss to the surface%
Country merchants at.il others can have their Leghorns
pressed and trimmed by the dozen, at short notice and on
reasonable terms. Also Dresses made, and plain Sewing
done, hy MliS. MARTIN,
Two doors below Harris's building,nrul near!/
opposite the Merchants’Coffee-House. Main st.
May 12 r>r
I'UIGI.YIA:
A, rules, hidden in the cleric's office ot uu superior court of
--cry f°r the Richmond district,lire ord dav of April,
Kichurd Adams, executor ol Lli/.abet’i Hunter, decM, Pit/.
against J
Carey Selden and James Drown, :r. second auditor of the
commonwealth '
1 lie scirefacins awarded in this cause not iiaving been re
turned executed 01. the defendant, Carey Selden, and he not
having entered his appearance and given security according
to the act of Assembly and the rules of this court, and it
appearing by satisfactory evidence, that hois not an inhabi
tant ol this country: it is ordered, that the said defendant
do appear here on the tenth day of the next term and shew
cause if any be can against the revival sought by the said
process, and also answer the bill of the plaintiff; and that a
copy of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper
published in the city of Richmond, for two months succes
sively, and posted at the front door ol the Capitol, in the
said ci*v
‘21 A Copy. Teste. U'M. 11'. JfEJVV.VG, e. c.
VIKGLYIJI.
At rules, Itoldcn in the clerk's office of the superior court
oj chancery lor the Richmond district, rhe 3d day of
April, 18‘2G:
V. iliifun Dandridge, sheriff of Henrico county, to whom
Iinth been committed for administration, the unadimiHS
tcied estate of Ksme L mock, doc'd, and Hetlc Smock,
widow ol said Ksme, and sole heir of Marin Fox, who
was Mai ia Smock, - Pits
against
U illiam M ilde and Thomas Watson, jr. - Dffj.
1'iie scirefacins awarded in this cause not being return
e •. executed on the defendant Thomas Watson, jr. and ho
not having entered his appearance and given security ac
cording to the act of assembly and the rules of this court,
and it appearing by satisfactory evidence, that he is not an
mhab taut of tiiis country; it is ordered, that the said rie
lendnnt do appear here on the tenth day of the next term,
and shew cause, if any he can, against the revival sought
by the said process; and that a copy of this order be forth
with inserted in some newspaper published in the city of
Richmond, for two mouths successively, and posted at iho
front door (if the capito), in the said city.
21 A Copy. Teste, Ifm. W. IJF.XJjXG, c. c.
VIRGLXIA: ~ “~~
At rules, hidden in the clerk s office of the superior court
( i chancery for the Richmond district, the 3d dav of
April, 1826: 1
John King, adm'r of Rachael McCltirg, - - pjf
against
Andrew Smith, fleogbcghnn, David Barclay, John
C. {.amide, John Ficrr.ey, A. Cl. Smith, William Muirc,
McKeage, and John Merriam, - I)fls.
i he defendants, Andrew Smith and A. G. Smith, not
having entered their appearance and given security accur
i mg to the act of assembly and the rules of this court,
and a appearing by satisfactory evidence, that they n-rts
not inhabitants of this country; it is ordered, that the said
niTcitdaiite do appear here on the tenth day of the next
term and answer the bill of tiie plaintiff; and that a copy
et i.dis order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper pub
hdied in the city of Richmond, for two months successively,
and posted at the front door of the capitol, in the said city.
_-1 A Copy. Testa, Ifm. If. HKXIXCt.c. c
r/ROLYJ.l:
At rul. s, lioldcu in the Clerk’s office of tiie superior court
(1 chancery for tiie Richmond district, the 3rd dav of
April, 1826: J
Thomas A’ eaJe, .... _ -f
against *
Alexander Boyd, John M. Lewis, William O. Goode, Lewis
Bur well, Peyton R. Bui well, Howell Taylor, jr. Edmund
1 aylor, Richard II. Walker, Lucy Bnrwcll,executrix of
Arniistcad Bnrwcll, Alexander S. Field, ex’or of Charles
(• • 1- ioM, Ji 1m Davis, Philip Rnncy, Daniel T. Hicks
L. S. McCrnw, John D. Hawkins, Spottswood Burwell
and Mm. Robards, Richard Boyd, and Thomas Goode*
dfts.
~ The defendants, Spottswood Buru ell, Wnt. Rohards, Rich
aid Boyd, mul John D. Hawkins, not having entered their
appearance and given security according to the act of as
sembly and the uilesof this comt, and it appearing by s:>
tisfvciurv evidence, that they are not inhabitants of this
country; it is ordered, that the said defendants do appear
here on the tenth day of the next term and answer the bill of
tuc plaintiff; nnd that a copy of this order be forthwith in
serted in some newspaper published in the city of Richmond,
n.r two months successively,and posted at the front door of
the capito!, in the said city.
21_A copy._Teste. Ifni. If. JIEXTXG r. r.
V1RGIXIJ1:
At rme.%lioldcn in tuc clerk’s office of the Supciior Court
of Chancery for the Richmond district, the 3rd day of
April, 1826:
Zachariah Rowlett, and Mary his wife, late RIary Lockett,
jilts.
against
Thomas Wooldridge, ami William Wooluridgp, ex'ors of
the last will and testament of Thomas Wooldridge;
deceased, Hughes Owen, Jesse Owen, Page Vnden, and
Caroline M. his wife, Zachariah Lockett, James Lockett,
George W. Cole, and Caroline M. his wife, John Cole
iii1 i 1 amel.n B. his wile, Crnndisou B. W^ooldridce and
Beverley fl. Wooldridge, - dfts.
The defendants Jesse Owen and Zachariah Lockett not
having entered their appearance and given security accor
ding to the act of assembly and the rules of this court, and
it appearing by satisfactory evidence that they arc not in
habitants of this country; it is ordered, that the said defen
dants do appear here on the tenth day of the next term and
answer the bill of the plaintiffs; and that a copy of this
order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in
the city of Richmond, for two months successively, and
posted at the front door of tldPcapitnl, in the said city.
71 A copy. Teste, Ifni. If. HEXlXG.c.r.
f/IiGLY/.Q:
/it rules, holder) in tmo clerk s office of t'uc superior rourt
< f chancery for tire Richmond district, the 3rd day of
April, 18 ’6:
Lewis Webb, and (ieorge T. Cooker, merchants and part
ners, trading under the firm of Lewis Webb & Co.
pits.
against
Hufi1* »"‘l illiain Crawford, jr. and Elijah Weems,
ft (is.
I !.e defendants Hugh an-; William Crawford, jr. not
haring cnteierl their appearance ami given security accor
ding to the act of nssemby and the rules of this court, and
it appearing by satisfactory evidence, that they are not in
habitants of this country; it is ordered, that the said defen
dants do appear here on the tenth day of the next term
and answer the bill of the plaintiff1*; and that a copy of
tiii ■ order he forthwith inserted in some newspaper publith
e.i in the ei:y ol Ri bpiond, for two months successively,
at. . pc.iie.i at die front door of the capitol In said city.
A copy. Teste,
__2j Tl'nu If ITEMM}sC.c.
niit;i.\i.L- " ; --—
At rules, bolden in the clcikV office of tbe superior court o
chancery for the Richmond district, the 3d dav of AnriL
18'26: • Tim
Elizabeth Smith, wife of William If. Smith, by John Crotit.b,
her next friend, - - - - -pUf.
against
i/Ciij.iniin Mosby, cx’or of, and trustee under the last will
and'testament, of Richard Crouch,deck), and William
Sterling Smith, also trustee under the same will, and
dliam W. \ •lughan and Elizabeth Y. his wife, Robert
C. S mi fit, and Jesse !’. Smith, and Lucy Anti Smith an
.dpt.
I be defendant Jesse P. Smith, not having entered Iris ap
pearance and given security according to the art of assem
bly and the rules of fliis court, and it appealing by satisfac
tory evidence, that lie is not an inhabitant of this country;
i* is ordered, that the said d. fondant do appear here on tho
tenth day of Ihe next term & answer the hill of the plaintiff;
awl that H copy of this orocr Ire forthwith insetted tn some
newspaper published in the city of Richmond for two
months successively, and ported at the front door of the cu
pifol, in the snid city.
* y Teste,
IVm IV. HEW7AG. c. c.

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