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« ^ l ha cncnitz ot Goy truer Mr^Vt tr
allege Any fhifcg againlt him with
iny, poflibiitty of luce:, is ; have ba4 recQUfh
fj the tnvettou argument uifuppoitttt tlteii
tsqdidjtc, t!i.it he S treo irl Cotton and h cy$ up j
a tplendid etiab Lttiruciit there. K t jerc no i
lain t\t to be governor, w ! o vloe:, no; live m the !
capitnt *\ ** o « oes Hot Keep a cokIi .uiii tiv
frjr t«.ivji>ts there ? /iittl il»e Incut (■»ov*ruor
too mutt live in Roxlmry, the veiy next town.
Picfent v we fbail Ik told th »i our fenaiora
an 1 renrcK-nunves hul better ‘We i t cotton, '
aiui toe cormitutiou nuttt he ai’citd ?o briu'
that about H:»$ not governor Strung attended !
the bufimU <if ' T ii •» office as f-jith fully, and!
ei».)a?c-eo it Vts exurtlitiouily as mofe t»»>vrrtl
o s uuo nave lived tit i'»o(toit ? Atk thole who
H ive tranfniiitcJ batiuef* with him u;ul yen wtt.
In.d iut has.
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T! • character ofJudye SMivan i'.of little corfequence in
the enffimg ele-tioa.. 'll* fulibeut that the character
Ot the nrefcat Governor is wh •!!■* mumpeached.
’l i» people of t:is !>;ci* ***• not capr ' ’av*, and Vvc
?*-i abandoned one whom they have honored with
th.ir candfc-acc, before he ha*, forfeited it. They
h.uw that to rejett - rr.»n who hn done his dytv and
I prove4 him' .• f true to their intertiS, would he id .trine
vritu Vit nobi«»V pr.-.m’d~e they hntr*, *1 at r.f cl*fti«vi
They ndl r aerve fuchan •Kpicioon ot their diiapprotia*
tio'i till it .1 merited.
Whtther Mr. Cooper cr Judge Wendell be nh.laden ia
thecerrthcnt'- they have g.vcr. .dative to tho p.v\a.i'ra
tions oftlje Judge, Is of no importance until! the people
are In r.~ant ct aiysrhcr garernor. In that c*!.», ihould [
thi? Judtfe h- a candid it**, it wilihe worth ss'uile ran- *
iy to fccm*u«*e f»:» character. At p.f.eut «ant- not di■ po«~ i
ed t* wound thr f»e hags ot the Judge or Ins frieo is, bebav
tnjr the elect:on ot yj' ermur Str-.mg w It bs made lure
wiihou: tlic ani .if unpWaiattt a. yurr.cnt*.—Matty
>h”, even/tJnmlip , Voird for tie:>ors w!»o would vote ut j
Mr. JvtT‘*rf'*n, becauie fe being »n office At thev not heithr
L i fieii vlih the ob cciions made to hint, tho piei«rr«:il j
to continue hwu rattler th».a to hrmg a utw C-uididace iu(o
Thii proves tJtat thv jteople do not ethly wifl
draw tltr'r coaf.deu- * from a public officer, h it to he
ima^iAed than, that a umii to tintuliied *« «Ov€na«>r Stror.^
will be abandoned, when nothing h alledgcuaunf hint }
The attempt to excite a btUet (hat this gentleman was
formerly *,tory is truly ridiculous. 4 hirtr years i?bt>ur
in the puM-ic fervic”, daring which time b has acffi.d in
harmony, with the mo ft rtnitmit revolutionary rharadkers,
kta» airea 1« been conUdet t*tl by the people a luflicicnt re* 1
fVatiob of this weak charge. II. will theve'oro be iea1*
(Ntdy Tupponed, and Vrixl bavcar'.'joritv of
VJc have laid before our rcrdcrs the Speeches
cf the Preli ent of the United States; of the
Kii>g of Englan1 : and of the Eivpcrcr of
Trance. I he former is left to the reflection
of our Citizen*, anti furnifhe* new object* lor
the “ affillerv of the profs,” on which Mr. Jef
firrfon fo fittingly dwells. With what an ill
grace mu!' a man ipea.^ol tiie.“ liccniicufnefs j
erf the ptefs” who hes hired feribbltrs to defame
the fair (h.i r act or cf IGufhiuytvn /—Shameful
Lypocriiy ! —-~
Frcm lgton, 'lank 4.
u Rand- ln!i this dav formally m cuainted Mr.
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Granger that he I ho u Id leave the city to-mor
row evening. Thereby r timmng he had no
t b'ec.ifon to a duel, if the Poftmaikrr General
withed for one. Mr. G. made no reply
<A Mr Durr took lenvc of the Senate on the
2d infl. and has left the citv. It is Gi 1*1 he pro
rfcls to c harJelton, S. C. to pa ft the f'lmmer
ii that citv.”
*/G ?' Ck.trc a v 'fitted. —1 omr da vs fine*: we
J . o 1 . . /
received the important and plerhug intelligence,
that fudee Chase lus I ten honor «bly acqu t
trd, bv the ilijh ourt of Impeachments, of
the crimes and mifdemeimors with which he
w s accufed by the Ifoufe of Rcprefentative..
The deciffon rook place on the lit.— The fol
lowing is a liar* ment or the votes, rus taken on
each a.tie.e, lep.uate : —
Art. tit. * Guilty, :6 Xct Guilty, 18
id. 10 * 24
jd. 1? i5
4th *s 16
5 ii co ^4
6?h 4 3>
7th 10 24
Uih 19 15
95 *77
Thofe who vote! •a* GW'r. on every article,
were M-Ins. Adams,, Hay-ird, Dayton, Hili
H. •ife, O’cot, Fi Itering, I'iumer, lr*cy. and
White—iederalifts i and Mrflra. Bradley, Oat
lianlj Mitch'11, J. Smith (of N. N ) Smith,
(of Ohio) and I. Smith, (ot V tr.) —democrats, j
I hofe uh> voted Gui'ty, on every art;C> Pave !
the rrh, were Mcftrs. BrrckehVidg--, Cocke, j
Vi.c*r, rirWani*, and M’Clny.—IS1 ri'<. Andcr
ffiii, Thddwin, Brown, Condit, Franklin, Giles,
jickfan, Logan, Moore, S. .Smith, Srone, |
Sumter. M orthmgton and Wright, voted guil
ts rin fame, and not guilty ou others, ot the
*j h< hort. I’’ri.ih Tracy 'to hit eternal honor he
i' pubhtlitcl) not witnH.ittdtnjf he had Bren ci*n- j
ftne<i to his ruo n for a number < 1 we» k , and .
his life defpaircd < I, canfed hinile.f to he •
carried to the c .pi: I, and exemfcd the |
Ufl jcl probably' of the public ii:c, in Mt: 1-j
4ting tt» the iancctncc ci his vencrib.e trteod •
( e$:?s£i€>*t Cw'Mfiit*
' * ‘ ’ "’"f'Z *s *'• 5. cf *L',s iimportant feriw cf paper*
t o.s r„j!t;i.ing Lithe Rtpitary,a i«ihm. It f timoi fki!
to rrr full vrv rion, to Jl vho v*it! read, cf the,
ui.fm.fi o* All. S^iivau for G over mix of Uu»
U> have ewrv-rd eveiy p; qdufV’on, wheth-r In pm
ph.i t or tKvvf^per, «'ppi)*xl to th* election of Governor
Thcrc^.:*.atica of car beloved Chief Migrate
*i lo p«r*, to non iprtchafole.fb general!;* under ft sod, that
act „n enemy u to *.< found who dare* 10 criminal* rim.
“ /> U lijf it yaitilieit).
F-oem trUk ft. ,#-?*- ~a km ;ff.:
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, ^ ,Vl11 C-Utruvlcr that every rood man m»ift {?*
u. e to pr*Cd« „vor the affair* ot this OnmooncaMu •
° ' tlr vtlnr hand, what Ik laid of h x autaromft ? Who
p< > »«hunr v 1 .t virtue* do hi, pirtizaa* attribute to
1,41 ' ^ ,'ct V7e alHmthat thi? great inducementoffered fr
tecn. e ittftra^ex tar Judge .S tllivan. is thi expectation th?u he
1 cvolopouinie the p<4»ttox or thi» ret happv fbuc, and
Low to me View* 01 Mr. Jeffitrfon. \\u Jay, ‘ V. uh cewi
..cxiLu. th:» u ui not aidwer. 1 he good pe.ipic of this Com
mon vrcului are not yet luiucieatiy diftracud to hazard their *
long enjoyed peace and prbfpei itr, by a change to which I
tt»ey can !»»▼» H,| rational ssuivc/
. ^Ut t4^s 16 uot J'l f.'hc/e ftrr ferious .objections to the *
charade, of Mr. Sullirnn, which had his ambition fuff-I
Cr j/-, * U bL* 5u,et» Ui’ aflat have remained forever!
unadorned. But to ace he prefumes to aim at a iUtion >
w‘.‘Kn l;5uir^ r*rwt i«ej. nty in offic e, and Lpnghtnefs in I
p ivx..‘ i..t, aoi; it a tale unfold,” which wilt ihew the
tl.r* ~t: cf rurtify abandoning our Wi*if tried Governour
fw-nv be it oblt-rv. J that the charges tv? fhail make again ft i
?.*r. Baluran vu.l ; I b_ couched ax inch hbi a*r i hired terms I
J* 10 ‘»«irleives to toe **♦ aioft rigour of the law if un- j
. imported. Vx make thtm in his tuxUncc, as it were, and ,
let i.i.n * eny, or controvert tlicni if he can ; we have pro* j
cvrded with the utmoft caution. •
„ tVa€ ci»avcrlatica vzlueh !.*»;d/ took place between Mr. I
buV*a-‘ aj,<i Jufeph Blaicp hill, Of this town, has exci<*d 1
ana product d iomc very txt aordinar; cord:fences. We
are uot furprifcJ that it lias excited much epquiryv* for My.
oiloiwe is a gcutsemau, who Las ranked Li ?li m public truft,
a;x! fuch is h - repu ation for trutu-Rud honor, that ever*
tl.cie who ai e opened to him jn politics, ot which num
ber we c-'fcfrCs ou:hives, are a'much difpufed to believe
his word « hir perlonal or {xditical friends. We Lave
thought proper to acquaint ourfeives particularly wrththnt
conversion, and can now gi ve a full a.*i compkie deiaii
to the pubtick.
As ML Make Was pa fling through Court St.
by the doer leading to Mr. Clapp’* Auction
room, Mr. • cliivan, woo Hood cmi toe thrslh
hold cf the dinar, called to Mr. Blake, and de
fied to fptak with him, Mr. Blake went in,
and wiihed to know if he had any thing ipe
ci.d to fa* tc him, dilpleufed at beinff called by
Sullivan, as he, Mr. Blake had not fpoken to
him for ycats ; ddired to know what he hat)
to fay, Mr. Sullivan replied that he wiihed to
afk him ionic qu (lions, provided that hr, Mr
blrke, would not be angry, as he was deter
mint d not to be himfdf. Mr Blaise obferved
that it would be extremely difficult for him to
converfe with him, Mr. Suiiivatj, without be- ;
ing angry ; lie wo.u i however endeavor to keep
his temper if pofiible —Mr. Sullivan then faid
to Mr. Bl .ke, that he had been informed Mr.
Biakt had fiid, a few days before, to lone gen
tlemen whom Mr. Make dined in com anv with,
that Uf, Mr. Sullivan, had received money for
a note of Gorham and Phdps, which he had
not paid into the Treafu; y as he ought to have
done. Mr. Blake replied that be did not fay jo \
but that he hid frequently ibid be had impref
lions reding on ! is .mind agamft Mr. Sullivan
which futisfied him that Mr Sullivan was not a
fuiuble perfon to be held up for the Office of
Chief Magiftrstc j but what they were he fhould
ntf mention, but to Mr. Sullivan Litnfelf; and
requeued the gentleman prefent to tell Mr
Si Uivan he was at any time ready, when called
upon :o Hate what he had againit him. in pret
ence of as many or as few cf his friends as he
pleafed— Mr. Sullivan then faid that he wiihed
to have him then Hate what thev wcie. Mr. I
Blake affcei Mr. Sullivan if he chofe to have
him communicate rvhat lie had to lav in that
place. Mr. Sullivan replied that he did, and
called to Mr. O. H. who w?s at that moment
palling by, to hear what Mr. Blake ihould fay.—
Mr. Blake then declared that at SulHeld, in
Match iSoi, he had been told by Mr. Oliver
Fhelps, a gentleman, whofc veracity he had
no reafon to quellion, that he, Mr. Fhelps had
given to Mr. r ullivan a note of hand for about
three thou land dollars, for no other confidera
non, tnan the nccomtnoda ion, which Mr. Sullivan
had rendered: him and Mr Gurham, in fettle
mem of their Genefce concern, w ith the Com-!
monwealth. And at the fame time Mr. Blake '
decLred to Mr. Sullivan his firm belief of the
flate.uent ; and th.u with fuch itrt predion* on
Ids mind, he could not bu» confi cr him as »l
r-tactlicr unworthy oi the eLwred oilicc to which
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he was afj i log. Mr Sulliy-n in the moil fol
err.n and deliberate manner declared that the
fto v had no f undatinn in truth, that he nerer
} ad an execution acairdt the Gorham family.
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and t!*at lie never in his life had received a
finale dollar of F. C Bro ks fur any note what
ever. Mr. Blake allnnilhcda: the declaration,
obferved to Mr luJiyan that it WAS FALSE,
as he could prove by .. a tfatement in wri
ting given him by Mr. ^rooks, and took from
} L pocket the (mail piece d paper he revived
from Mr Brock ,.101! (hew it 10 Mr Sullivan,
on w I ich w.»s tbrre thoufard one hundred thir
ty fix dr li its and fourteen cents. Dec. f'99
and c-Sieved to Mr. Su livau, :h t he cuulu
prov*- by Mr. Crooks, that he, Sullivan, did ic
Cwiv3 that fam, from mr. C Oiks : that it w-s
to far; :y au eXvCUtira he Mr. Suiiv-n h-J a
C*» ft the Gorham family. Mr. Sullivan teem-1
rft To be muth agitated and laid, ft’ it vj9 fo he ’
h. d f. rgotfrn it. After rh~ foregoing, Mr.
B.ake and IVir f ull v;f:i had fome coufeijaiior<
on another matter on the floor of the Court-!
houfc, in prefen ce of Mr. O. H. On the fteps
■ »f the court-houfe Mr. hr tftin and Mr. BLle!
p?rtrd, and in about thirty minute* ;*frer, met
again in Kilby treet : when Mr. Su! .van Mid’
*0 h.r Ihakc “ 1 6n<! ov tnf. Brocks vou ucie
right and l was wrong, ref; etfting n s paying
the money for the note.” Mr. Bl.ke replied
to n r. Su livan “ you rr» well krfttvr it Lefoie as*
V4*u now do.” Mr Sullivan rhen fa id “ and
what ,s that to Vou ?” Mr. Blake t p icd if is
ir.Uvlt to mu Sir, a man of huuvanit v, S: feel
ing f r the di{titO*cs ot the widow and chi ditn'
of my friend.
V- e have thu.i narrated the particular: oi the iere-v
?V J pledge ourlciveft (t* prove that u.e relation i» current*
V. e otter no comment ut prelent, av o the matters of fait.
*'V* «an prove tb-t Mr. SUllivan recently declared Mr.
I helps to be a man or it on ok who cannot bk i-duc
*° 10 S 'T what 11 wRijNo, and as to Mr. Liukef vera
city we cheerfully leave ;o the public to Uetenaiw'e whe
ther he is to be bciic-. 1 i ex not
Is it not of lome con frequence that the man who hat to !
di (charge the duties or gorernonr of this commonwealth!
fhculd have fome rcfpeCt to his 'vc-'d ? Is it nbt a (hocking ■
thing to make declaration after declaration in which there
ii no truth { mark the infer ;vi.ces which an e from the ftate
meut we have given, of the interview bet*t*ii Mr. Sylhvan
a*id Mr. Brake. Mr. Sullivan “ in the mou LUnui a. .1 oe- '
liberative nranne^, declared that he never had on ciecudou '
the Gorham f niUv, and that he never, »n h a lif e had '
received a (ingle dollar of Peter C Lro* W At a meeting ;
jtfrerward^he onnfefled he had. Can any cun believe th.it t
i. Mr. Sullivan is-ln his feafes. he could forget fo late js De- *
Cember 17iH* tie d.d receive io very targe a fvm as COOO ’
dollars, and that he could forget all the pracefi n a fuit of
law and recovery f it items like wife r^at Mr. Sullivan roa- *
ti«T a lccoiid tiuie for wk n he met Mr. filas.o in Kilby- '
Iitcet, he had Nor feen Mt. Brooks ! }
Again—Mr. SuT’ivan, a* an attorney, undoubtedly took
the following oath. 4
You loleirnly fwear,that vou will t>cJ
falfehood, nor ccnfcnt to t!»« doing of any in |
C-urr, and it yen know of an intention to com
mit anv, vou will wive kuowlecivc thereof to
the Jufticcs of the couft or fome of them that
k may he prevented : you will not willingly or
or willingly promote or iue any telle, groundlds
or Unlawful lu:t, nor give aid or confer) r to the
fame ; you will delay no man for lucre or mal
ice ; but you will condusT yourfclf in the of-1
fi;e of an Attorney within the Court*, accor
ding to the of your knowledge and difere
tion, and with ali good fidelity, as well to the
pCourt" as your client*' So kelp you G(JD”
Ccmricnt. It; the caie of Aaron Detter ver
fus Henry Farwell, in the Supreme Court, in
Be fton, Mr. Sullivan received a fee of to dol- (
lars oi the defendant, and argued the cauCe
in favour of the Plaintiff'! ! If this dots not
prove a moft cxtraordinaiy forgetl'ulnefs, it im
plies a moft extraordinary crime.
A*d judge, xe il ' q di e net ted to poriy views,
h*u jar Ccv. Strong ft an “ Old Iory !” |
t . —“ !
“ In the year 1774, Mr Strong, though
a very young ir.au, was chofen by the town of
Northampton, one of the committee of corref-j
pondence, ami loon after one of the committee
of infpettion and fafety, and continued to fcrfe j
in thofe offices as Io;i>g as they lifted—In 1 77j, j
he was appointed a juftice of the peace and Re
gister of Prebate lor the county of Hampfhire, j
and was Attorney lor the county during the ■
whole war and long after. In ’;6 he was Rep-j
rtfentative Irom the town of Northampton, and ;
was foon after chofen into the Council. He j
was a member of convention for making our
ft ate couftitution, and was one of the committee j
for drafting it He was chofen by the Gener
al Court, during the w ar, a delegate to Congrefs,
and towards the clofe of the war, was appoin
ted a judge of the fopreme Couit. Alter the
i adoption ol the State Conilitution, he was cho
1 every year into the Senate until he was chofen
a delegate to fotm the Conilitution of the Uni- j
ted T tates, arid upon the adoption of that con-j
Itifurion, he was elected a Senator of the Uni-j
ted Stares, and fetved in that capacity for fix
years, and wasduiingthe whi le time a princi-;
paUorfider.t of General Washington. Let the
people judge whether they ever knew cr heard
of h.s intriguing for an office.”
Jildge Sullivan h fts ground at the weftward,
fmee the Lte ii.vcftigition of his ckara&cr.
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MidiierrattUM ^rOrt the peruf.il of
Commodore Treble's communication to the
Secretary of the N ivy, every American muft
feel an honed pride and exultation in the flr'H
and gallantry difphiyed by our officers and fci
nien in the Mediterranean. They hav; in ev
ery refpeef dtf rved vrHl of their country I
with as much could he (aid of the adn i idration
at hi me, under whofe authqroy they aSed
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The remarks of Commodore PrelTc under the
rtfpeilive dites fr^m the ~^h of Aupult to the
17th c.epren her, att rd a dreartful comment up-|
ou that fan.3u» penny-filing teat Mr Jcfftr-j
’on re lative to the “ frenrirv of our commerce
■n that fea, with the sMvl!.Isi free* c mpe'enf 1
l he ttrft important iHuitration of the f<um!tk*i
of tni* 'tron&Ku'eJ policy was the rupture «*i*d
lolV of f)%e frigate PhiUklphia, *5nd the fuok
picnt C<m ry of her brave ptherrs arte! men,
r*a t the been fupjkn te«i tiv only ore of the fri
gate* which were rotting in the r atcr and nrmd
cf the FotcirucK, this event could never have
happened, f rom that time the fervice was lan
guithing for want of force tiM the 7th of A u qlt
it'04, when Capt Chauncejt arived in the John
Adams ar.d informed the Commothue that a iv
inforce.ncnt of four frigates might be expected
every moment. 1 lad they arrived as *hey ou.h*,
Commodore Preble ftys, •« the fate ot fripoix
mud have been drtided in a few hours
and the Bafhaw completely humble, ** But,
#ms 1 they did not arrive. They were in the
N*ry at Wafhington, where they were pla
ced, a* Mr. JtfTciJon informs us, for the pur
pofe of being “ under tee esc of Ungxfs'* when
they ought to have bc«n under the eve of (hip
Carpenters. When orders were ifiued for them
Jj fail, it was, tor the full time difeovered
that they could n.: fail \ aiul inftead of difpauh
ing a iquudron to rhe Mediterranean, govern
ment diipatohcd meifengersto Nevyork, Phila
delphia and Baltimore, to raife rcci uiis of fhip
carpenters who, with their implement*, wc.c
traniported in waggons to the feat of govern
ment at an immenic expenfe, for ihr purpofe of
refitting the frigates. I Id* occatinned the delay
of which Commodore Preble fo often complains
and the opportunity of deciding rhe fate of
1 ripoii, ard completely humbling the Baihaw
was tcius *c.t.— I nc lcalon was rapidty advan
cing when nothing more could be done with
gun-boats* bunk kcichts and furh orher “ (mail
competent torce” -s Prctlc had at his difofal.
I he commodore, aware of this, and anxious
in fome way to improve tire pre-ions n omei t
for the fcrvicc of his country, a4>er waiting in
vain for the frigates, lie determined to make ufe
of the John Adams, captain Chauncev, and
hazard another aracic—when behold ! this
frigate was pcrfe&ly ufc'efs ! “ having left the
carriages for her gun deck on board ihe Con
grefs and Conitel'ation. a day or two previoui
to her failing.” Was there ever fuch manage
ment 1 i In any other country the head of the
raval department Wou d bh made to rue the day
that he lhould fend afnip of war to the block
ade of an enemy’s ports without gun carriages.
Under thefe extraordinary circumilance*,
the commodore makes the following remark,
which ou^ht to cover our adminiftraticn with
confufton, “ 1 cannot but regret that rur na
val eftabliftied is Jo limited ft* to deprive me cf
the means and glory of completely fubduing
the haughty tyrant of Tripoli.” Determin
ing, however, like a brave and active officer,
to do ail in his power, and despairing i;f a rein
foicemenr, he concluded to make the belt riif
pofition he could of his /'malt incompetent f«r:t
and actually achieved wonders, co fidrring hit
means. But the melancholy conftquence ha*
been the untimely death of fomc of the bravet
young officers and feamen th r any fcrvicc can
boaft. On the loth of September two fri
gates arrived under the command pf commodo
te Barren; blit the feafan was too far advan
ced, and the weather was too uncertain to haz
ard any further operations againft Tripoli.
Conftquently the baft.aw remains un hum bled,
and our brave tars in captivity lute the profpet^
of dragging their miserable chains for at Ieaft a
nother fcafon
Is it not aftotliftiing th<t under fuch circum
ftances congrefs could refrain from calling with
one voice fur an inveftig uion of the conduct of
adminiftration, and a (oleum inquiry into the
caufes of this complete failure of the expedition
under commodore Barron ?
United States Gazette.
Ihe T*rb on b'»a*d the John Adams are
flout, well-looking men. Mu^apha, who h«*d
been captain of one of the rripuiii.c gun-boa**,
has an open an l pkafmg countenance, and is
politfe in add refs, lie fpeaki a little Erglifh,
and is firry aft tble. liisdrefs, a; well as that
of fome others of his countrymen, has bettf
very rich, and (hews, in its urniihed condition,
that it wj*. once elegant and fuperb.— I he ob
ject of bringing the Turks o this country is to
gi»c them an oportun tv of witneiung our man
ners, and experiencing our humanity : an object:
evidently w.fc and laudable.—A'ru^ri pacer*
SeMom a dav pafles w irhout our hearing o(
fome rich c.iptt fs from die Spaniard*. Anoth
er Spamih ih;p, richly laden, from the Ha%an
na, has been lent into Hydaotith, and more are
ex pec! cl ; upwards of forty fail of velf. is from
the liavaima hating been lpokcn with lftdavs
agocft'the Wcfter* Ides. 1 hey had not the
Icaft idea cf war.
The Snaniih lliip takrn by the hirelv is ar
rived at Cove; her name is the San Matigur?*
from Horduras, and her cargo cot lifts of ini
digo, and 751 boxes containing 20c,000 dollars,
btftde* fevcrnl b ids of wrought gold and rA
ver, valued at 20o,g&oL fcetimg;

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