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toleuiuly ratified by (front Britain and France,
those Powers could not, in honor to themselves, and
in justice to Belgium, consent to any modifications,
however desirous they might l»o to see a cordial un
derstanding <>n all points between Holland mid Bel.
gium. Here the matter rested tor some days; but
we are now informed that the King of the .Nether
lands, in the lull expectation ofan accommodation
with tlie Belgians, through the mediation of the
Great Bowers, lias evinced a disposition to accept
t be Treaty in its present state, and that (‘omit Or
ioir will b<* here to exchange the Ratifications by
by the 31st instant. This information may not be
correct in its details, but it is so in substance. The
tact stated in our lei ter from Frankfort, we give
as positive and authentic.
Accounts from Toulon of the 13th instant, an
noiinco the arrival of a corvette at that port, from
Navurino, the C'oimunmler of which is the hearer of
despatches to the French Government, containing
the details of a serious engagement which had tn*
ken place between the French and Greek troops,
on the t23«l of February.
I he 1 rcncli had lost a considerable number of
men, hut had taken three batteries at tho point of
tho bayonet, which the Greeks had erected botweeu
Nisi and Cal.iiuata.
The Earl of Uurrowhy thought that the time pro.
posed by tho Noble Earl was not sufficient; for al
though their Lordships had given tho former bill
every attention, yet this bill was not the same mca.
sure, and therefore it would reipiire considerable
discussion. Tho bill differed materially from the
other, both in respect to the disfranchisements and
schedules B and 1). Another alteration was the
perpetuating those who voted hy corporate rights.—
These changes were, ho thought, besides others,
improvements, particularly the manner in which
the XT.) franchise was to ho carried into operation.
'1 here were, however, still some obnoxious princi
ples. But he thought it deserved their Lordships’
consideration, and they ought to see whether they
could not amend it; because if tlie bill was allowed
to be read a second timo it was not passed, and if,
after due deliberation, they thought in their con.
sciences that it was unfit to be passed into law, they
were at liberty to use their discretion; with regard
to himself, ho should not fear to do his duty. He
was persuaded that the country would go ou better
with a considerable alteration in the elective fran
chise, than if it were left in tho present slate. (Hear,
Lord \\ liurnclitU* stilted that ho should not again
refuse to give consideration to a bill brought up by
bo large a majority of tho House of Commons._
(Hear, hear.) He would not deceive the noble
Lord opposite nor the country, and lie felt bound to
Btate that his opinion of the present hill was tho
Baiun as ho entertained on tho former. lint ho
thought, by a bare possibility, that some arrange
ment might be entered into to settle this great ques
tion. lie would go into the committee with a de
sire to sue it modified. Tho noble Lord concluded
that he would not be a party to refuse this bill bis
consideration. (Hear, hear.)
I lie Bishop ot London declarod, in a few words,
|hat ho should give tho bill his support to carry it
into committee.
The Earl of Canarvon thought that it was more
straight forward to declare at once that the princi
ple ol the bill was objectionable, and therefore it was
better at once to declare that it should not receive
his support. (Hear.)
Earl Grey stated the alterations which had been
made, and said that he felt great satisfaction at the
appearance of tho favorable consideration which
some of the noble Lords opposite seemed inclined
to give it. He thought that going into the commit
tee would give great satisfaction to the country;
for, having gone bo far, it wouM he impossible for
them to stop short without producing a measure
which would prove efficient. (Cheers.)
The Duke of Wellington said the hill went to
elfect a total alteration in the representation of Eng.
land, ami in Scotland a complete revolution. Should,
however, the bill go into committee, he would ren
der bis best assistance to make it what ho thought
it ought to be.
^ 1 he bill was ordered to be road a second time on
1 hursday sc’nnight, and the Lords tube summoned
lwr that day.
LIVERPOOL, .March 21th, 1832.—'The sale of
Cotton for tho week ending yesterday, were 10650,
(including 1610 E. and NV. India at auction) of
which 11920 bales wore American. The import
during the same period was 17211 bales, of which
11-128 were American.
360 S. Island, 104 to 134; 1270 Tennessee and
Alabama, 5jj to 6d; 2330 Brazil, 6} to9jd; 100Car.
thagena, 54; 420 Egyptian, 8 to 9‘,d; 270 E. India,
4Jto5jjd. At auction—1440 Surat*, 4$ to 5-Jd;
170 West India, &c. 7 to lOd,
^ e have bad but a moderate demand this week,
nnd although some purchases were made on ra
ther easier terms at the beginning, a revival of de
mand reinstated prices at the clotc.
Spinners complain of a want of rent, and a do
cline in price in yarns, particularly for export.
Jfut our moderate slock prevents a decline in price.
1 lie principal sales arc ol now Uplands, which are
freely offered—the lower qualities having become
scarce; Now Orleans are in fair request, hut not of
very ready sale at the prices asked. About 2000
hales American Cotton are estimated to have been
taken on speculation. \\ c quote fair Uplands at
C.id, and fair Orleans at 6|d, extremes of the form.
«r 5j to 7’d, and of the latter 6 to Sjd.
No sales to report in Naval Stores. The stock
of Turpentine is becoming light, and higher prices
expected. No sales of U. S. Ashes since our last
20 tierces American Clover Seed sold from 76s. to
80s. Flaxseed is held at 90s, but no sales ut that
Grain and Flour market remains dull: occasion
al sales of American Flour for export at 23s. for
Sweet: Sour, nominal, at 19 to 20s.
LONDON, March 26—Corn Exciianop._The
immense supplies with nil absence of any’ demand
worth speaking of for Wheat, cam.es the trade to
bsexceedingly dull, and ovon fur the primes) qua
lities last Monday’s prices aro without difficulty oh*
tainod, and the inferior sorts quite unsaleable.
Wheat <16s. to 72s. Rye 38s. to 10s; Flour, per
sack, 50s. to 50.
Extract nf a Letter., dated
LIVERPOOL, March 21th, 1832_The wua.
ther has detained the Hibernia until to-day; we have
nothing further to add to our circular, respecting
the markets.
Additional Items from the Journal of Commerce,
Cimi.KRA is Dcuimn.—A highly respectable modi.
«al gentleman called at our oflico yesterday to state,
tliat two cases of cholera have occurred in this city.
The first case he mentions was that of a poor man,
n laborer, in the employ of Mr. SteveHy, who died
on I liursday, In u lane of Siimmcrhill; and tlm se
cond ease is, that of a poor woman who had wash
ed the body of the deceased, and was taken ill at 3
o’clock, yesterday.
This woman was seen by several medical gen
tleman, we wo are informed, all of whom aeroo
in regarding the case as one of the Indian Cliole
TI. In this opinion, we trust they are in error.
Dahlia Morning Begieirr, Marr/i 26.
. The Cholera in Belfast.— It i.„ peculiarly grati
tying to find that since our last publication the
Cholera lias made no progress in lUdfast, and there
is every reason to believe that it will soon be ex
tinguished in consequence of the excellent ar
rangements which have been adopted by the Hoard
of Health. No new cases have occurred, and for
the last throe days the returns have been verbatim
the same.—Belfast News Letter of b'riilai/.
London, March 22.—A correspondent informs
us that the cholera morbus is prevalent in
Paris, and has been so for the last two
months. W o stated as much some days ago on the
authority, ot private letters from lliencc, which
lias not since been contradicted.
1 he Cholera is extending in London. It has al
so made its nppcrancc in Hclfnst and Dublin. New
cases in London on the iHtli 73, deaths 4a; 19lh,
VorT C|*M'i W5! ',ealh* 38; 29th and 31st, new cases
l~l', deaths 73; 3*1, new cases 63, deaths 36; 23d,
V'-V ’'b'-iths .t.J; 2 1»li and 2,'»tli, new cases
.>, <» if is U2. J ||f. date of tIn; report$ is one day
in advance of tliodnloii of the cases.
A He ill n paper slates that our fellow citizen Dr.
JIowc, when arrested in that capital, had a letter
.of rrf ;'r 100,000 frans, upon Pantz.ic and Kl
b.ng tor the benefit of tho Polish fugitives iu that
Mr. Van Huron had audience, of leave of his Ma
jesty, on the 2*1. ()„ the 2 III. he arrived at Wind,
sor, and, in company with some other great person
ages, was to dine with the King.
I’ivr persons lost their lives at Manchester on tho
23d, by l he explosion of a steam-boiler, at the "ex
tensive calender.house” of Messrs, (ioodicr it Co.
Several others were badly scalded.
Paris, March 22.—»-We learn from Marseilles,
by the steam boat Henry IV., which left. Naples on
tho 10th, that on the9th a quarrel took place bo.
tn-cen a regiment of tho Royal Guard and tho soj
| diem of a Sicilian regiment. Tl.o killed on both
jsu o« amounted to 18. The all'tir appears to have
two unconnected with polities.
A Liverpool paper say* “Lord Cochrans will
be immediately restored to his rank ii: tho Navy.”
ii.i •M:‘rcU a:l 'Tobacco—SO hlnb . rich
yluck \ irginia at 4d tv* t}d per pound.
, * ,l!’L Duncan, the Commander of tho United
j .»t it“s corvette Lexington, has it appears, visited
; the I'al.daud Islands, and in a summary manner
! destroyed the establishment of Vkknkt, ami carried
! away |Jn* American property found in his posses,
sion. t >n the arrivaI of this news at Huenos Ayres,
an extraordinary vxcitom.'iit prevailed, and the
Loverument at onetime, seriously contemplated
ma .iing reprisals upon American citizens and their
j property.—Cour. «)• LV/.
I'i <mi the iY«i) York- Gazette of April !>J
UKO.M HUENOS A VUES.— Hy the Hrig Mon.
[tkvioko, Capt. Farkan, the editors of tho (Iazutto
| have received the uninhers of the Hritish Packet of
j the 11th and |Sth of February, which contain length,
oned detail* ofthc proceedings there growing out of
the breaking up of Vcrnet’s establishment at the
I'alkland Islands, and the capture of his deputy,
by the sloop of war Ijcxington, Capt. Duncan. The
greatest excitement prevailej, and the conduct of
Capt. Duncan is pronounced hy the government as
an odious outrage. A proclamation had been is.
sued to tlm citizens, and a circular addressed to the
dillerent provinces, signed by Juan Ramon Hal.
caree and Manuel Jose (larcia. They say that our
government cannot approve of the conduct of Capt.
Duncan, and trust that all will be amicably arrang
ed. Vernet had published an expose relative To
these islands and tho late occurrences there.
I lie Gacrta Mcrrantil remarks, we are inform.
°d that Mr. (Ieorge \V . Slucum has been suspend,
cd from his Consular (unctions, in consequence of
the interference attributed to him in the proccod.
ings of tho corvette Lexington in tho Falkland
JAMAICA.— Hy tho packet ship John
. Caikr, Cuptuiu (. ram*, wo havo received our
regular files of Jamaica papers to the 1st instant.
1 hero are accounts of some slight disturbance* in
several of tho parishes, but nothing of a serious
nature had occurcd to croatu apprehension of further
tumults, yne of the latest numbers of the Chron
icle says, that the nogrovs havo generally returned
to a sense of their duty is evident from tho circum
stance ol their beginning again to cultivate their
/rounds, which were comparatively, and, in some
instances, wholly abandoned prior to tho insurrec
Nashville, April 14.
It is our painful duty to unnounco one of tho
most awful occurrences that the history of steam,
boat disasters has ever afforded. Several letters
have been received in town from Memphis, stating
the loss of tho steamer Brandywine hy lire, on the
‘Jth inst. about 25 miles above that place, and tho
destruction therewith of sixty or severity lives,
either by drowning or burning. The news appears 1
to have been coinniiinitod by Cart. Hamilton him
sell, thus leaving no room to doubt its correctness.
Light or ten cabin passengers and fifty or sixty
deck passsengers wore lost. The Brandywine was
on her passage from New Orleans to Louisville;—
we understand she was insured.
Repub. cj. Gazette.Extra.
Corroboration.— TJie following letter appears
in the last Baltimore Patriot:
Louisville, (Ivy.) April 17, 1837.
The news of this morning is distressing. The
loss of the ,Steamboat Brandywine, l»y fire, (on
her way to this place from Now Orleans) and
about 70 or 80 of her passengers.—The news
reached here last night hy mail from Nashville—
tho number is not exactly known, hut I have seen
a passenger this morning who says there cannot
ho less than 80.
From the Mimouri Republican of April 10.
Military Movement.—The Gth Rogt. U. States’
Inlantry, under command of Brig. Gen, Atkinson,
leit Jefferson Barracks on Sunday, the 8th inst
in the steamboats Lnterprizo and Chieftain, for the
Upper Mississippi, under the orders of the Govern
ment, to cause the delivery by the Sacs and Foxes
of the murderers who, last year, violated the neu
trality ot our soil, and insulted our (lag hy the mas
snore, in the village of Prairie dcs Cheins, of twcu
ty-oight Menominee Indians; or to chastise the na
tion should they refuso to surrender the criminals
We also understand, that Gen. Atkinson is order I
ed to interfere and, by force if necessary, cause a
cessation of the hostilities, aggressions and mur
dors, heretofore constantly prosecuted hy the ditfi-r
ent Indians nations in that quarter, upon each o
The following are the officers of the expedition:
*>rig. (>rn. Atkinson, Commanding.
Brevet Major B. Riley, Com’g Gth Rcgt.
Captain Z. C. Palmer, Gth Rogt.
Captain Henry Smith, do.”
Captain T. Noel, do.
Captain J. Rogers, do.
Captain G. ('. JIuttcr, do.
Lieut. A. Richardson, do.
Lieut. J. V. Swearingen, do,
Lieut. A. S. Johnson, do. Ass’t. Adj. Cion,
Lieut. J. ]). Searight, do.
Lieut. N. J. Laton, do. Act’g.Com. Subs.
Lieut. T. L Alexander, do. Adj. of Hctacli’t.
Lieut. T. J. Royster, do,
Lieut. J. S. Van Ucrvcer, do.
Lieut. .1. S. Williams, do.
Lieut. W. Wheelwright—Ordnance Officor,
III / *_ f_ D_ .
Major Thomas Wright, Paymaster.
We understand that tho Sac and Fox Indians
havo re-occupied the territory on the east side of
the Mississippi, of which they were dispossessed
last year. They avow a determination to remain
there until driven from it by force, and with this
view have been arming and preparing themselves.
—They are guided now, as last ycar,°hy tlu. noted
cliiet Mack 11 iwk, who is, indeed, the sole foment
er of all those disturbances. Wo do not know
whether Ccn. Atkinson will consider himself bound
by his instruetions to chastise these Indians into an
ohservaneo of the treaty stipulation, by which
they agreed to give up possession of the territory
claimed by them forever; hut unices some measure
of this kind is resorted to, the quiet of the country
will ho continually disturbed. IIlack Hawk has
little respect for treaties; and in former negotia
tions so far over-reached our Commissioners as to
make peace upon his own terms. The possession
of his person will furnish tho only security for our
citizens against the depredations of his hand.
NOTICE.—Will he sold at Now Kent Court
House, (under n decree of tho County Court
of New Kent,) on MONDAY, the lOlli «>f May
next, that being Court day, mi a credit of twelve
months, tho estate of Caroline Crump, deceased,
consisting of Land and Negroes.
7t.lt 7/1 .S', jlf, CUV MV, Special Com.
np 2G—laivSw*
Opposite the Vnitnl Stairs Hank,
BS now opening his Sl’KINH HOODS, consist.
. ing of the usual variety of staple and fancy
Hoods. He respectfully requests his patrons and !
friends to call and examine them,
ap 13— It eo2w
Doz. ( hampagne, of approved quality,
■’do. While Hermitage,
.> do. N.<t.turu—For sale by
np JG — lnw3w JOHN O. LAY.
Auction and Commission business.
rnAHF. business heretofore conducted by the
BL subscribers in the firm arid stylo of C. J.
j Ski.hkn Ar Co., will, after this day, bo carried on*
j at tho old stand, opposite tho Eagle Hotel, by
! them, in the name of SRLDEN CHELAN J).
| They would avail themselves, at this moment 1
of expressing their sincere acknowledgments to
their friends, and the public, in this city nnd abroad,
for tho liberal share of patronage extended to. I
wards them, during the two ia*t years, and flatter !
themselves to ho able to continue to merit the eon- j
faience of tho public, by unremitting attention to !
the interest of lho.su who will favor them with
their notice C. .1. SELDEN,
SF.LDRN Ar CLFLAND will at, all limes, at
tend to all kinds of sales—of Groceries, Furni- !
fore. Matches, Jewelry, Hardware, (louses, Lots, j
Lands, Slaves, Horses, and Carriages, Alc. Ace. I
fly Liberal advances made in cash, w hen requi- !
red, on any kind of merchandize. ap 2-w6wc i
M $c%$}?«& t«S5 e&ilj egj
Slmtiitg. .Sprit U$».
I'rom tlie National Intelligencer of yesterday,
we learn that tlie evidence in this trial, was closed
on 1 uomlay. It will be observed, that Mr. l'olk
has promised to move an impiiry, into the fraud
which it is alledgcd, was attempted in tho case of
the emigrating Indians. From the strong evidence
already before tlie country on that subject; from
its compromising high otliccrs of tho Government,
both sucu as are now out of ollice, and others
who are in, such a scrutiny is certainly due to
the people, to the reputation of their Government,
uud to the accused themselves.
W hat length ot time may bo consumed in argu
ment on the facts proved, and the luw of tho case,
it is difficult to conjecture; but we are not without
hope, that the next mail will bring information of
tho final disposition of Houston’s case.
From the National Intelligencer of yesterday.
In the House of Representatives, the whole of
the sitting of yesterday was occupied in tho further
hearing of the case of alleged breach of privilege
by .Samuel Houston. All the witnesses present ware
examined before the sitting closed, and neither par
ty proposed to introduce any other, though it was
intimidated as possible that some ot her might be in
troduced. When tho evidence was closed, Mr.
Stanbery said, if it was the pleasure of the House
on this occasion to go into tin: further examination
ot the •ontcinplatcd fraud as charged by him, lie
..... K iuumu.v«. k.1 mv IIVU U lurii Vk UII1U, HI
opinion, place t ho truth of the charge beyond doubt.
Whereupon Mr. Polk expressed a hope that tho
House would not further pursue that enquiry in this
form, pledging himself, however, if no other Mem
ber did so, to institute an enquiry hy tho House
into tho whole matter, with a firm belief that it
would result in the acquittal of all persons charged
ns being concerned in an intention to defraud the
The further hearing of the ease was then post
poned to this day at (I o’clock, when the accused i
will be heard in his defence hy his Counsel, should
no other testimony he then introduced.
Senator Mii.i.kr and the Exuhiukr of this City.
We perceive in the last Telegraph, what it is
that enraged our Contemporary to such a degree
against Senator Miller of S. Carolina. In a
speech on the 1 .trill. Gov. Miller thus introduces
his former Jackson associate. Was it. tho fidelity
ot the picture that so incensed the original against
the limner? The Governor did not know perhaps,
Mr. Ritehie’s present attitude to tho cause of Abo
lition, or he would have spared him the association j
with Lundy and Garrison. He did not know, that I
on the mean condition of safety to the interests of
his Press, lie had sealed his lips hermetically, on a
question of paramount interest, whose transcend,
ant moment ho had acknowledged, and the liberal
side of which question he had embraced with ar
dor, in a moment of honest hut uucalculatiug
enthusiasm. lie did not know, that terrified hv tho
good people of Mecklenburg, who threatened to
withdraw their subscript ions, this doughty Editor,
fitter lor the birch and tho ferule, than to wield the
Democratic, had sneaked into inglorious ncutrali.
ty; and if lie did not actually desert, was alone
restrained from doing so, by the recency of his
committal. “Something must he dune!—OhJ mv
God! what is to he done?” That pathetic lament
of despairing patriotirm—the free end generous
and expanded sentiments which accompanied it_
where are they nil? Entombed in the fear of lo.
sing subscribers! Ye Gods! a proper loader for a
great and generous People.
Extract Jrum doc. Miller's Sjieech in the U. S.
“Among other animadversions upon the temper
manifested in the South, the Senator from New j
Jersey has read a piece from a Southern paper, i
headed “A call to arms.” ( pon being asked '
for his authority, it turns out to he from r*.(. Rjeh
mond Enquirer. And this is quoted to us in t uch
a way as to induce a belief that tho people were
oven now falling into ranks, to oppose by force tho
Government, and of course, it could lie no other
people than the hot-headed Nullification Party.
Sir, the Senator from New Jersey understands tho
Richmond Enquirer, on some points; Jfc. I am surpri
sed that, he should seem disposed to hold the South
responsible for the billcgerenl call of Thomas Ril
“There was a t ime when, whatever appeared in
that paper, (one of the :no: t intiucntial and widely
circulated papers in the southern country,) might
he considered as in'dical mg the temper of the South,
That lime has gone by. We were wont to look
upon Richmond as the West Point—the strong
post on our frontier—mounted hy tho Knquiror,
under whose battery we reposed with safety and
security. But such is not the case now. Whilo
our old men and women, and little children, rested
in safety by day, and in security hy night, in defi
ance of •Southern Interest and Southern feelings,
the sentinel on the wall with unequalled perfidy,
recreant and traitorous, turned his Sire upon his
own people and as far as ho could, spread desolation
in his own camp, lie is the survivor of Nat Turn
er, and the confederate of Lundy and Garrison.
“1 trust the Senator from New Jersey will not
insist I hat we are rallying at his call—spare us from
this last disgrace, tho enlistment under such a lead
er. After all, this call to arms, properly under
stood, limans nothing; if is hut the galvanic artifi
cial spasm ot a lifeless toad. It is not. animated by
one pure principle of patriotism or public virtue,
it is tlm hollow hearted, spiritless, hypocritical
echo of n press prostituted to power, and the ser
vile follower of men.
“Has tlm Senator forgotten the hold and war
like eloquence of •Semprouious? ‘My voice is still i
lor war! finds, can a Roman Senate long debate
when he had Cmsar’s commission in bis pocket,” I
( rrwUMON.—Tim National Gazette quotes the ■
accompanying article from the London Times, in
reply to a threat of tlm Duke of Wellington, that i
Im and twenty other Peers would secede from the
House of Lords, it tlm I*.ing made an addition to
tlm Peers, as apposite to the menaces made by S,
Carolina, to withdraw from the Cnion. Not less
impotent is tlm big talk of South Carolina, than
the impertinent threat of his grace of Wellington;
and once out ol the pale of the I iii<*n, she will he
as girl to sneak hack with shame, and a just hu- J
miliation of her pride, ns Fox and tlm Whigs,
“As to his Graco’s threat, if it may he. so call- 1
cd, that in case nu addition were made to tho
Peers, ho and others w ould secede from the llousa, i
we caution those persons against such a step. Jt j
will not lorn to tlnnr advantage personally, and it '
"•ill likewise be mischievous to Parliament ami
the country; wo shall not, through piqno, pretend i
to say tho contrary, It" they retire from the
House, let thorn not fancy the nation will mourn 1
over I heir absence—they will very soon lie for- I
gniion. They had hotter remain and make them- !
selves hoard, and Im ready to take advantage, in
(he way of fair political warfare, of any turn in
affairs that may occur. The menaced measure,
however, is not without precedent. Charles Ko.\
and the whole of the Whig Opposition once re
tired from Parliament, during tho Pitt .VJinims
tration, indicating thereby that the two Houses
wore so enslaved to the Minister’s will that there
was no use in their presence. Parliament wont |
on, still obeying Pitt, and the scccders hardly 1
knew how to sneak intothou place- again. H it !
[ ^.7'MI *l,v<* F’»t their t «»I !•> w ».* rf, and been futgottmi.
!J| a precedent rather to deter than to invite
1 < * ir Irieiidot tho Times and Jotibrsonian, of
l, is morning, complains sadly, of having boon
xmlcrod in secret letters written from this t'itv, to
t umber land and Hiickiiighnin, ns a Clay man. We
•i^i'e it in nnr power to rescue tho Editor of the
'm 1 s lro,|i the imputation; and us the slander
prove detriuientul, we fuel it incumbent
" "ii us to say, that lie is any tiling hut a Clay
man. As tar us is conecrncd, he makes a slight
“pproxiuiatieu that way, but in all else, they arc
as wide asunder as the polos. Sonic course of
certainly ought tube taken with slander.
' 1 *, w ho never Were so rilb as hi thusu degenerate
0 1 lie following was tho final vote in tho Se
nate, on striking out the appropriation for a .Mi.
■lister to Pranocj
Messrs. Hell, Ruckner, Ohambers,
11 ’ t'l'y,on, Foot, Frelinglmyscn, llnyne,
mines, Johnson, Knight, .Miller, Poindexter,
^•-‘‘Iitiss, l’n!>(>ins, Rugglcs, Seymour, Silsbeo,
- Prague, I u/.cwell, Tomlinson, Waggamaii.
v\ ebster—23. bs
-N’OES—Messrs. Henton, Mibb, Dallas, Dlckor.
7 V11 ? * Fully, Ellis, Forsyth, Grundy, Hendricks,
Fane, King, Muugum, Marcy, Moore, l*.».
hinson, Smith, 'i'roup, Tyler, White*, Wilkins—21.
r~'"' ..—
•Second days race. 25i/i April—l,roprittct‘s i'ursc,
$>301), 2 mile heats:
Dr. Mingo, hi, li. (Sen. Hrooke, 4 years
old, by Sir Areliy, dum Hot Bounce, by
Sir Harry, j «j jr
O. P. Ham, e. in. lletsy Hare, 4 years old,
by Contention, dum‘by imp. Mavliold, 4 4 dr.
J. S. Garrison, b. in. Lady Washington, 4
years old, by Eclipse, <i;in» by Sir Archv, 5 3 3
J. 1 . \\ bite, c. h. Rapid, 4 years old, by
Katlcr, dam by Gracchus,'* * 3 5 2
W. R. Johnson, s. h. Andrew, 5 years old,
by Sir Charles, dam by Herod." 3 1 1
Time—1st heat, 3 min. 53 sue.—2d heat, 3 min.
48 see. 3d heat, J min. 5! see. A most interest,
ing race.— Compiler.
1I«U\ ANNA—[I Del,] — Ilnrret C!. Paynu*208
—Ueorgi; Stillman 126.
^ HANOI Lit—[1 Del.]—Itoan, 4.17—Thompson
ALLLl.IIAN LY—[l Dcl.j—John I’ersinger re
elected over Jcssu Davis.
KhN'AWilA—James 11. Fry,* without opposi.
C M11L RI. AN D—[1 Dot.]—A Wilson, with,
out opposition.
Senate—(hi Monday tho votes stood, for Wil.
liam F. Randolph 231, Dr. J. W. Fioml 50, Dr.
t.ordoH 1.1—blood’s present majority in the Di*.
trict about 200, after allowing for about RIO
votes, not legally pol'ed in Campbell, us is said
Tint contest is animated, and doubts urc enter
tninod as to lint result; Cumberland is the last
county in the District, and votes between land
500. The polls are kept upon for threo days, in
consequence of bad weather.
*iYo( in the lust Legislature.
“Who can separate hearts that have united, or
divide waters that have met and mingled into
one ?’•
“Love never dies: where it docs not exist, there
it never has existed.”
Think not, beloved, time can break
The spell around us cast;
Or absence from my bosom take
The memory of the past;
My love is not that silvery mist,
From summer blooms by sunbeams kiss’d,
Too fugitive to lust—
A fadeless flower, it still retains
The brightness of its early stains.
Nor hunts it like the raging tiro,
in tainted breast, which glows
Ail wild and thorny as the brier
W it bout its opening rose;
A gentler, holier love is mino,
Unchangeable and firm, while thine
Is pure as mountain snows;
Nor yet has passion dared to hreutho
A spell o’er Love’s immortal wreath.
And now, when grief has dimni’d thino cyo,
And sickness made thee pale,
rI hink'st thou 1 Could the mourner fly,
And ieavo thee to the gale ?
Oh no !—may all those dreams depart,
Hope sheds upon a youthful heart,
1 now my bosom tail;
(>r leave thee, when the storms conio on,
To bear its turbulence alone.
The Ivy round some lofty pile
Its twining tcudrij flings;
I hough lied I roll i thence be pleasure's emilo,
It yet the louder clings:
As lonelier still becomes the place,
The warmer is its fond embrace,
More firm its verdant rings;
As if it lov’d its shade to rear
O’er one devoted to despair.
Thus shall my bosom cling to thino,
Unchang’d by gliding years.
Through Fortune’s rise, or her decline,
In sunshine, or in tears;
And though between us oceans roll,
And rocks divide us, still my soul
Can lee! no jealous fears,
Confiding in a heart like thino,
Love’s uiicontamiualcd shrine!
Ao m<\ though bathed in sorrow's dow,
Till! dearer far art thou;
I lov’d thee when thy woes tvoro few,
And can I alter now/
That face, in joy’s bright hour was fair—
More beautiful since grief is there,
Though somewhat pale thy brow;
And he it mine to sooth the pain
Thus pressing on thy heart and brain.
Yes love! my breast, at sorrow’s call,
S||,||J tremble like thine own;
ii Ironi (hose eyes the tear-drops fall,
I hey shall not fill alone,
t hir souls, like heaven’s ferial bow,
Hiend every light within their glow,
t M joy or sorrow known:
And grief, divided with thy heart,
Wore sweeter l'ar than joy apart.
• At fumy A dr critter
********-----r-iTuw ■_ ...
TTpilF, Mib.-cnbrrs bnvn Ohsocintpd f linu?n!vns
fo^iTYhur, under il ir firm of ! *\irrjim>\ &
11 \ nr; kii, in the COACII-.M A K I W(i 1517SI
Mand intend carrying it on in »i| i s van*
oii- branches. From l heir experience in the bn
“i" hs. they fee| assured they Will be able to
giv > gen- r il s ill*! ;< iion to all who may favor
I hem wiili I heir co tom. Their carriages v/.li
In’ made of » ir brut ica oriiils r.ml liy I he be*t
workmen. Tucir buildings will be completed
*>n llie corner of Main and F.igh’h street* as
soon ns the weather will permit, w hen limy Mill
he prepared to cx< cii'o all orders |nr rurrinecs
ol any description. They intend keeping on
•n:ul an nsser uieut < I’carr luges. which they will
s'd as low as they eiii he purchased rlsewlr r .
Tnov also in'ctul to continue their Silver I’lnt
i• g F.:!nldifhincnl. ii li-vv tiers above the Vir- i
gittiit Hanks, vvh r> timy will constantly kcej
an Hssoriniriit i i plated ware, 'cun/ietmir of!
mnul lllijr bandy. c.o ic.h fil|.l gig handles, Imiiics,
stirrup iron*, (orri s. Inn ks, hi ts, buckles,
patent leather housings and winkers, and a mini
her ol oilier articles nocesrar/ f. r country conch
makers and saddlers.— AH ol w hich they vv ill sell
on moderate terms nil kinds of repairs, ueatlv
and (uihstnntially cxceii’fid. Jobs in il.p plalic.g
butincis will meet with punctual nitention.
.io!f\ k. f,AnifirroN,
JOIJiN W. llAlUiF.K.
inn I — tnwot
Portable Copying and Writing j)osk.
of the most improved, or approved enn
stmetion, (second.band,) for sale low. Price
9*r[‘ ap to a n. 9fAfffl.
I^.i.AX cLbi).—20 - • i («r
™lo IAS mNr-TO.N ai> 10
1*1.01'R Salable at X5.
I TO|{\(VO —Ml poly quite moderate j,ri,.v.s
"lit change.
91 \ it it 11:0.
On Tuesday evening, tlie 21th instant, by tho
, Rev. .lames I toughen, Mr. I’nvtwn Tompkins, ,,f
Caroline, to .Miss 11 AitKii. r T. Kkih ukii, of Couch.
This morning, nt half past two o'clock, of
' 1'ilious pleurisy, Miss S>ai:au S. Wiutakkk. 'i'lie
j Iriends and acquaintance* of her mother, .Mrs.
Elizabeth Whitaker, ure requested to attend the
in ucral, from her house, to-morrow morning, at
1'J o'clock, without t irtlier notieo.
KooJi .hth i^raastin^ ricnc
:si iJic* tV8ais OSiict*.
117* An APPRENTICE will ho taken at tho
Whig (JHico.
0 IMR.—200 casks I,into, landing this dav,
-® A Ironi ths Schooner Little John, Capt. Smith,
; which will he sold low, if taken from the wharf
| ticul!outu's superior JJootn, i?/iocs and
! Pumps,
j 'H™E Subscriber lias just received per the Ili.
-*~r ram, from Philadelphia,
alt pair Leiuleinuu’* Morrocco Loots, Prank,
lin’d best,
100 do. do. light Shoes, do. do,
1U0 do, do. Waltzing Pumps, do. tie.
All ol tho very best quality, and for sale low, by
Next door above Messrs. Cochrano, Lames &.
rattoion. _ ap2«
! ANTED to borrow, on mortgage, $500—
V W the property is free ol .VI incumbr inoe, and
j ls situated in a pbiasunt part of the city. Apply to
i up2G JOHN J. GOO DON, Agent.
i INKS, Ace.— Receiving per sclir Planter,
V ? 20 qr. casks sweet Malugu WINE,
20 half do. do.
00 qr. casks .Marseilles .Madeira do.,
35 malts (’ VSSIA—lor sale by
ap 2(5 DAVRNPOHT, A l.Ll'.X ,J- CO.
| i me i met ol band lor 8n!n,
A U)NIAI\'IX(! nliout six hundred acres, lying
in tlie l'ork ol Hanover, with a large minikej
I of good Springs and a quantity of River Rotloin,
i rich and good, and nearly half in woods, well tun
: bored, for all domes!ie purposes of any kind, and
: well supplied with superior water lying, in a bend
j "< the Sinithanna river, a l.c tut ii'.ilgrowi It, thrilly
i and liixtiriant; and its wliok-someness is obvious to
j such as are acquainted with it and its inhabitants,
l its fertility generally ol a very superior qoalitv
j and has beeni hold by the father and son about a
I a century of years, with their healthful families, I
, with hut little exception, lor that length of time,
1 and may he shewed to those who desire to pur.
j chase by the. present, inhabitants of the place, at
the Reach ('rook Ford, in Hanover county, about
I live miles from (h.odall’s Tavern, and three from
! the N. grofont Tavern. To he sold for hull'cash,
j a,,d the other halt in two equal annual payments,
secured with s curi!y, and a deed of trust on the
I property, lor which a low price will he taken, it
| being improved with a large two-story Rrick Rw< !
j ling Mouse, and other good ami convenient Hull
I ses, and an excellent large ami well.constructed
i Ram, perhaps inferior to none—a large Orchard
l °l the host selected Inals of this conutrv.
ma 2(i—2awtiw .IAS. WINSTON.
I fa*s-:0l%2SP.
SP* AN away Ironi the subscriber, residing on
Si the North River in Rockbridge County,
about ten miles Irom Lexington, .V NlidRo FEE.
Low, named CORRIN. Ho is a very lame in n,
j upwards ot six feet high, very dark colorf roimh
visage, and very talkative, and speaks with qui.f,
! ness. Ho liail on when hn left me an old coat ot
j blue broad cloth, a pair of blue jeans pantaloons,
j and an old while Imt. It is supposed ho has pro.
j curut* free papers, and will endeavor to pass him*
j self a free man. The subscriber thinks it pos
sible that he may he lurking in the neighbor
hood of Mr. Cook’s on the Cow l’a*ttire, “below
; Alii thorough, where his wifo lives. For his np.
prehension and delivery to me at my residence,
; or committal to Rockbridge j iil so that 1 gel him,
! I will give the sum of Thirty Dollars if taken in
! the county— Forty •Dollars 'if taken out of the
| county, and within the limits of the ,Stare_and
Seventy Dollars ii taken beyond the limits of the
sla,c- IIEN11Y A. M’COR.MICK
March 23, 1832. ap 3
' WA'.VFKE*,'
i f a "nnt,nn,a" w,u»'s n graduate of the Ciii.
i ... ycrsiiy of Dublin, Ireland, a situation as
j I'EACHKR in a private family, or as l’rineipal of
j a respectable School. *lo teaches the Creek, La
tin and English Languages perfectly, and on strict
I grammatical principles; also, 11 istorv, S irred and I
| Rrofano, (•‘eograpliy, (.’eomolry Rook.keeping,
or the method ofkooping .Merchant's Rooks sv.-te.
inatioally, Arithmetic, Writing, Ac. He has' had
a good deal of experience in Touching, as well in
Dublin as in this country; his rocrtinmriidatiwiis
for morality, capability and slrRt attention to his
pupils, will he found satisfactory. Any commands
addressed (post paid) to A. M., Teacher, Office of
the Whig, Richmond City, Va., will he carefully
attended to. an 2 l _cAlt* *
1 ANIS11 HIDES.— On consignment and |or
311 best Ruenos Ayres HIDES,
UK) green salted rlo,
«P l'-’-iiaw hv Jt)HN TOE & Co.
^ACIIAKI \!F WHITE, a native of Alston.*,
&A Cumberland, England, emigrated to Rich,
mond, Virginia, film.;i t lie year 1?<J:>, a;. I was en
gaged with Messrs. Moses Auston iV Co., of that
plane, in working lead mines in that vicinity, in
wliieli business, it is believed ho aocuimilafcd eon
aidurablo properly, and died upwards of -J.', ye.-rs
since, somewhere in Virginia, as is supposed. His
next of kin reside at York, Upper Canada, and
\\ ouId th.'inktully receive any inforuiution respect
ing tho time and place of his decease, or the re
turn uiul amount of the properly lie may have left.
Communications on the subject may he addressed
to I’. Harrison, Esq. Richmond, or Aaron II. I’ahn.
er. Esq. t Mhcc ot American an.I Korei',n Agency,
New York, aj» 19 -w It' '
Bj \ Chesterfield Comity Court, April Pth, IK'W:
Js. .lames \\ , \\ intreo, in his own right, and aseX’or
ot Eliza I raylor, deed., and as executor of Aimer
Win free, deceased, pit fs., against .Mjncv Davidson,
James Clopton, and Martha, his wife, Thomas
Win free, Islinin Puckett, Jesse Cl irko Rudd, and
Rhorla, hj» wife, Ellison Clarke, and Nancy, his
wife, John II. Wilder, and .Mildred, his wife, Wil
liam Thompson I)incline, Eli/a Ann, James
W., Augustus, and Winston \. Travlor, Arthur
i ayb*r, and Saiiy, his wife, Ellison Clarke, nd’mr,
" jib thn will annexed ol’ Samuel I larke, deceased,
dlls.— U. Ciiwchiiv,
I he defendants Thomas AVinf.ce, Thompson A.
Praylor, \ identim* 'I'raylor, and James W. Trav
lor, not haring entered their appearance, and gi
ven security, according to the act ».f Assembly,
mid the rules ol this Court, and it appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court, that tiic said defendants
are not inhabitants of tlii-; Commonwealth: It is
ordered, that tho said defendant* do appear lu re
on the lirst flay of July term next, mid answer the
plaint ill's bill; and that a copy of this order he
forthwith inserted in some newspaper printed in
the City ol Richmond, for two months successive
ly, and posted at flic front floor of the Court House
of this County.
n Copy. Teste, E. NIJNNAHEV. D. C.
\< men.
U Z ERSOS'S wishing to forward goods by either
H- ol tin* steam boats, arc informed, that the
subscriber willaUcn.l to shipping all packages sent
to his care. As some of the boats slop here but
a short lime .especially tho Richmond,) it would
he well to send them to his store, at Rocketts, ho.
fore tho boat arrives. GEORGE MEKIA.M,
mar 16—t&mtf Rockett*.'
SAET.—3306 sacks recently imported, p,-r
ships Richmond Tally-Ho, Apply to I,
Lndlnm at the Hock, or to
mar 24—3ldwlf JOHN GARTH.
JtOitSE 2U£<;
HZ* Printed at the Whig office, hi the. ho,t man
nca, »«ii|i VaiiOvis n» w Him .rientRd fi/nrc,’ ot
[ pum.ic sal: .
! 4 <' '1 •1 M I: I \, | ho I of t - l
11U.XIIII, will ho oifrred |l t..i lie „,V, ,.ii |
pi> misea, .it I lock At., \A
next, if |«ir; if nut fair, the in*\t i .i *.,,-. •|'lni
terms t\ ill ho one- fourth <• > Ii, o in I e> ( i ( 1 ....
a credit will ho <;i veil of (>, I \ I *< ■ . *,. ,
'•earth*. interest, will is- ictp.iivd, \. i i ... . ! ,,|
tmat ii|>«.ii t lie I'ropert v, to n-inro 11., ,. • •. . , t
After tin I bo
l'"t*i; linin'." them uno of acp . v. . : ii ! ■> I*. , ,,
highly eiiltivatoii as a Car* oil. an-! 11 . s a |Jri*;!
iioiise upoll it, i out a ininp font- |(i-i-ni .
A tuniily ot Prst rate iI• >ti-.» Servmlc, * • i f
whom is also .■ verj good IN of t
Careen House Waul tides of 1
Nloi.it ol old \\ ines au.l i it|nors — several Aid .i
Cows—a Sir Allied Colt, A . \e.
il i 1 lie premises 0*11 lie been l,\* any ono who
wishes tu purchase, lor it week pimious l<* tl.u
up 7-tils UK tl AIM) HAIM’ON ;|\\\l.l„
mure Fitiee::*
OVHR tin: t■ kntrai, coi ksi:.
I RI \(. .Meetino, lj«,{2, will coinnc ,i.| • ’ ,,
lust I I LSDAl in .May, (21Uh,^ ami continue
four days)
i'n»t tiny—first race, (to start a! 12 o'clock pro
cisely,) a sweepstakes for colts and fillies, :t v.'irs
old, milo limits; entrance $100, half forfeit; f.<ur or
niora to mnko a race. .Seven subscribers, and
'^cr, ft post sweepstakes with colts and
lillti's, .1 years old. mile heats; entrance J*>2II0, p. p,
—four or more to inako a race. To clCso 1st of
Ala v; three subscribers.
iScroml day, a post swoepstaVes for u!l ao-s; on.
trance $2f>0, p. p.— four mile heats, four nr mom t..
m ike a race; the Proprietor to adu .$.>00. To
cli>'.- Is! .May; four sulwcrihcis.
Third day. Proprietor’s purse, $.“>00, three milo
heats: entrance $20.
Fourth day, .lucky CMuh puwse, $1000, lour milo
limits; cut ranee $2.’>.
A /,ad ins’ (Yy; u ill also ho run for; l lie d to b»
fixed hereafter.
%». ill. MjIiDL.n, I roj>ri(‘tor.
If will bi'Micnrv tlio above, that the p.kt sww |>.
stakes tor cults anil fillies, .'J vi arsol;!. $£00, j,. >.
will close outlie 1-t of not mouth. Wo have 1 «.!»,
doubt but there w ill he five er six su!i - .n ;
the purse, in this case, not Iris than >;l!Mlf. Th,,
post sweepstakes for all ages, I p. p„ x-. i;| , |, v,t
Oil tlie 1st of next month May.) The pur
in that ease, amounts already to -sl.iltO.
Ik S.—Persons subscribing will he u I an ,f tin iv
letter addressed to the Editor of tli Spur’ ne ,\| t
g.r/.iuc. should hoar the post, mark of ! : M .y,
ap **.'»—law It
I LI, commence, as usual l.;o second Tucs
w V day in May next.
The celebrated Stallion Stakes will take p>
this day. The produce of tho l»csl Stallions or the
laud will make their first etlhrt, for the fame ..f
themselves and sires. On the event of ihi, n r>
depends much of tlie future success of those justly
celebrated racers Tonson, Fcdi .ye, tJohannf.
.Medley, Contention and Arab. The iminl.-r of
colts ot their got, in training fortius sta.ke, en.
Mu, s H race worthy of Virginia in her lot d’iv.
Entrance $dU()—mile heats—play or |.aV
1. Jnn. M. Hefts’ produce of (Johanna,
•J. .1 is. .1. Harrison’s *• Arab,
»• \l'\ WftHO'.'. *• Monsieur T«
‘ * • Lare s “ Contention.
\\ in. It. Johnson's *• Medley.
•i. Waller Livingston’s “ Eclipse
Proprietor’s Purso $30l)-H\vo mile lmals en
trance $15.
After this race, will he run a sweepstake- miio
heats—entrance $10(1—half forfeit.
SUnsniH RKR-.S.
I. Will. n. Mingo enters «1 Contention fdley.
'• Hr. Johnson a (Johanna colt out of the dam of
J. Peter Lyons n (Johanna colt,
I. A. M. Harrison a Hotspur colt out of Molly
f>. Henry Tahnau a Spring Hill colt.
On the evening of this day, there will he a Race,
Hall at the Eagle Hotel. (JeiitUmien citizens and
visitors are requested to subscribe.
Jockey Club Purse $1000—four mile heat
A Proprietor’* Purse $->0U—two mile heats—tn
franco $15.
After this race, will ho run a Rtwccpatakc —
mile heats—cut race $£00—half forfei’
L J* M- ■s'cldeu enters b. f. I,y Tonson, , A „f ..
J >ioniede mare.
J. Win. Horton enters s. c. by Colianna, out of u
I oni J oij(rl, uinro.
J. J. w. Winfrce outers 1, c. by Col,am,a, out oi
Hay 1 ankee,
■1. Win. If. Roane enters gr. f. by Cohanna, out of
Ins Iiulo]MMHlonce mure.
Trn' W"«»n ppler. b.c. by Tonson, out of a
Kill sister to 1 uckuhoc.
C, Jno. M Holts enters b. c. by Cohanna..
Dairy Maid.
"• Vorbin «’»»ors 1». f. by Trafalgar, out of :l
full sister to Star.
8 .Wm. K. Johnson enters s. c. by Tonson, t it <
Helsy Rolunson.
'J. A. Armstrong enters produce of C-< "•miri’s Hor
not mure by Spring I fill.
As tho produce of Eclip.so is in the .St.-dli.,-,
Stakes, it js hoped I lie northern si a bio of \;r
Stevens will try on Virginia ground tho speed and
boltcmi ot Ins famous coursers. Tho stable ft-,. it
tlie ( enlr.il Cotirso will also ho there- whirl,
together with tho hall, oilers a field of onjo.
seldom wituussad in Virginia.
rn.wr ID l{,f iftl. Secretary of the t'iu’i.
Bf ,, sAl.l.. a halt blood Durham
AA lloriiod HULL, uao your old. For terms
al»l»ly to JOHN WJDIIT
«|> *A.">—3fd Hr
£ ffti fffftfp SSi’ftt titftf t/'* r
Vsiatc at .Station,
OURSl!AN I' to a decree of the .Super;, j
J Court til Law nn«I (’Juincerv, fdrf.!ie (’oui
tv of llcnrirn. pronounced on If>.. > j. j, ,j ... , .
Janunry. I Oil*, >n the ettm of Knhj.,,,,,,/v,!
IInilam, and tin; Farmer* Hack \ ti,,. . ,
amInf amendment tl.erete, made on tj,."'J
thereafter wo shall (ns ..... . ,
Mint purpose, appointed hy snid decree > ,.p • !f .
'ale. ut public auction, on the prrn,;' /. ' .
uiyliest bidder, for cash, on Ttir-dav f;’, .
-lay of May. IH.JA, at tin* boor of M o', , : -
M. all that Tenement j , ||... c fy (lf ;
cnl.ed and known by llm name.,,* if, i; ;
i t!i • Tenement rext l.clow ti,- j.v, , ,,
Ingether with lire Remus over an ... ‘
ttnr the nil id Iasi mentioned T.i.em. ul
(lie I »nrin< nl next above j j.,,
tel, comprehending all Ike gr.mr .1 h-r.a,
eonveyed to I'Mw.ird If dlatn.'hv .Inn R. R
mir<l iV wife, le ;n^ the rc..l property ronv v .• v
the sever,I Deeds of 'frost mention' <|
decree; and immediately tiicr.•alter, vr v V
Ike ill inner. Oil' » fsale, all the
n*"*' re,v "iiieo, which was coiiv, • - |*
'li- Deed of Tm , „t .„h p, ,.,,(nbi . '
- vecute.l l.y smd Hillnm. in Wo, } j.. ,
U "* ^'"r «r'1, &«’ • which if,;
|!,V; ’1111ow!i• • Slaves, to Will i,.... ,,
"v' 1 0,,n- I *■'vinia, and |„-r ci„!.|. a I • ’
Dolly, and children—Inpeihrr w , |, v ,
•Matt r a sues, llcdt-lcad*. and Fur.,'.'m-..
FA Ml'111, T. f ! ’.1 A. M,
TllOtJ. J5. cart; ,
too. wjks'g'gv aotisps,
<;i:?>kc;!•; cai:/;v,
rnr net if l\,$lthnm-c «,»// l ’mil. <»!rr,;.. /;„.// •
Z3 As for s lie a cei ral assort mint #.f I .
m c. ti'- tioo.lv. eoiiM..tm r in p.irt “ R'
“.I"hutnII,” '■ Ifnmi/ton” ‘ V./
"Kirin” leery," and "Pittxih If” i!v\> ..
rear.. which will ho void on fav<'iV.-le i •. ,. p,
the pa i.are e, piece.
fc 1—Caw A m

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