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corum, niinJni! In lint great cauae and M lli*
inierett nf il.» c ilice in
pol wlnle <1"C de II* oppoted in a di * ilmnm
ns icmt< dita Ivain *g ,* ,a 10 nijraeU. I *>"
randy lo d ike .1 I tlmel I «*•*»•
filer tuitohle— lb" p» ipotdinh In ilnndlue
Sue ih met id dol ora «od P»y e i pen tee m
Ku.mn. yo i ro wider ei b n f ■ ’ me. or >o.i
mm . | no.ke I. A 0.1 rig i t end,.go
per e ill Hie concnm, r e.r H n mn.i be at
Hdreoi *m* tiyiin »*i »«** 1 !l ’
I Will *h*r d "I pr.in 1 • I" ,'H vnilim ihou
•and iloBac* fnra'tvrir .htroolihe partner.
• hip ng in in i »' o.ier v including tub cupiion
li*l, n»«'er a . wmltditne nod to bn done.aie.
, and ltr.1 thoinand n ire n»r y'««i rrlin<|ui*h
IOC, (nr lea V a *, all right In con.In. t. -r he
, e.icerned in any p.p 'orpim'ng ,hB
d.Cl •( Cni'i n l I. ("II ounce! ’ i ig HU •*"
nnletln ymi'te-f, m I I piling all * " |''i‘,l,r
tieithip deltl* : the whole being on' en ire pro
M.iliti. |i » »u deem .neMgihle, I will
mike an oner I >■ i" tell all m* righlt m me
evald.th item Inr *2i.lliH in ri.h, ymica,,.
rellme lie.nl t, IK i v.i our • •» vouraell, and
giving me a a g-ut anieo ecu ti ih« puilnri
• 'np delilt, etiti >g ni m *«'• 1 '• * prul'ut
ti inn it inundril npn i iio own et* iniaic n( the
fn'. enl'ine . n nu wmen In *'**r inter*
vien ai New V Ilk - n« . a'ed in he fifty (hull
• and dollar*. |i '-nu reject both of ilieae pm.
pnaKKi 'l. milling rmia.nt (or me litiMn dit
rh.rge iny do.in« and iM ml my inh *. i*>e one
twill*I«• llv and ihe other firmly. I "gri-ee »nh
yon in .aiine, ihn« nil continuin' ai unit b. I» enil
ill ,»n the tubjecl, ahonld l»- in »i ii"*g
Vi i y re.prcliull) uni'*.
The lemaind rn( (ha correipoinlenee aiiall
be given m mv negt, R- *
i,epl 25. 1829.
i,f.rrr.ii from w *shingion.
• ll'athinglim heI'l■ 2'* 1*29.
The r -i enl allark* made up n Huff H r.
and flllim, oho 1 «>' *-•« "ed 1,1 ■ rlmraeirra
-i and diraemra nf I ha J rka.in na.lV , hv
Col O'll#, nf Union, have eauveil to nun h du
p hi ai thev# gentry aiming Ihn rnir nv "P "»
ml I i Hi'" prra nl ord r nl Ihmgv, kv »" nnn Ii
cvnvi.-i 'tali m in Ilia Jarkinn paHy here, lhai il
bat beendenned neceavarjf fur Orem liinurlf Hi
pi In Ration 10 endeavour fat-berk the mama
for e«p laiir* wliirH hat recently rag. d iliere in
rochnn alarming r.ieni, Murahiv Heparmre
f-a ne v rfloiiii mil ol RuS'*l Jaivi. hat appear
»d, U'.d Ihe e>p elation lu re iv II.at the n.vinl
anil have now r 'innail'ed Ibrmaelvra too Inr tu
,rCulr u iiii hmiv , if that word he applicable in
» r rn nil t aut "nil the enutevl. In ihe nu an
• ini' von may retl attned that tneve jarringt
ni.. trivinl in rnitiparimii with Ihnie tvlurh have
■ alien plan among the ntemhar, ol Ihe cabinal,
arm ,g nut of ilia ea net nhirh luivo been daik
It hnileil at ill vationt papert
Tin re lire w ell i ilntnifil indiv idnalt here who
nr, thel elimgei in the naliinei. tu fnra the com
im ncementof the tettinu. Tim prediciinn la
I Minded on the belief lhai the eon tort of tome
meniliert of ihe rahinrl, at indiv idua'v, fia
greallv d tplea nl general laeUfon, mid that tba
olT nd ra will he piimthed, at lilt earn..
tiv ■!■ miaval from their nffi.ev. Mr lug
ihm, anil Mr II ancb, liavn been nain vl at
III hint odour tilth (i. -octal Jtulvamt, hi 'hit
m lini n', "ini ii it taid dial unlen they hit upon (
i'lin. nude III rattriliating the geneial, il it mu
probable lh.it Ibev wi'l remain. Hbutild I lie I
mrfotl .* ii? begin’ there, u it believed that n
will h. a-lie I pit tty freelv min the inlinrdin.ite
rvnkt, and unv even alT-et the ollietal Man j
ibng ..I tome "fihe m inhari of Ihe far fume I
cen'ra' cnnim itec nearly tlie »h drofwb un bare i
u daiiieri otlii-et, and Ill'll at l ave not yet re i
e.'ived their rewnrdt, are hourly hnknig tor il.
The Ca'honn party 'fill he the principal in*>r
ervbv Ihi* erliai gea.vbnubl they lake place . Ai
Ml Van llu an, wll'\ althniigll be hat lei'enily
lieli'iverl «"h igivirilire o| 1 lie p dilieal cm
Hjti ,u .If Km ope, and of reigning p'inert, a* h. |
t«k if Brrnadmte it not now crown prime nf,
Pwe len, iv, Mil withamndlng tbit delcctivaneii, I
very eiprrl In all Hie liilenen of intrigue Midi
manavenieiii. may iti-rhapi tn.iinge In tutlain |
bunt If in I.flice ; altlinngh Ihi* '» heli' ved to lie ,
tun what donhlf I. Ihe ra'ihrr of Mr. Van I
II ireii't mind nppeart lo hive been greatly mi*
Ink'n Whatever repnlalinn bo hat eat tied 1
hat beer, yielded to liiv *kili aa a party ilia i
ctplinait ni and political nianiigrr in tnv own
*imt' There, Kith n band nf nenor mum »•» *
r *i ►’tvin*lietr nn fur action f o*n him, *»*"!
obeying I i« nn.'ultf*. r% all the l< **er wheel#,
in a comp icMi (1 machine Rf** tn•»\«il by the
,o« t. v%ht*el »>r hn« s .ccei*fuH> imposed up »n
In# ci'itfen# tail for lilfn', ftnd ha* rr*
€r vrd ftJinirihon, where hn wh- entitled to
nothing m in' Ihao cr* ci•* Bill i ' llie ttnie
d-pRrtineot of the Toiled Sia*' # *heri* he ha# '
in deal with e*prr* need ai d r!> v. diploinRti*'*;
vhere our re'an >nt k iUi foreign fovenviifiii*
ire 11, He regulated • *»»d whete hi* muni im
required to g a« .» the intere%t* otf whole c in-’
in <tutt t Ai d hr relative ri^ t* mo 1 position
ofnetiHi * hi* intellect, lak* hi* learning. «onn
to lif pdidl i*-*l and l**li m the vr#ii f»* ot tne
#ph**r- i »to * huh he h «• been <n* Id* o y launch
ed And the mag ml ide of ihe tu j** u *»o wIm
he i* * albd to ref)* ct ra 1 decide. lh**re h not
afvrr in »h** tiejiarirrienl who run coni;*me llu*1
pinrlochn # *>1 M Van Kith
Ihote of hi* 'ruly great j»iedete • r,w h of bring
• ftonl-he 1 el th g rent i*s * of the nierv nl whit u
l*e» be»»r»**n them ; Rod a1* >, *f In* lov* * ihe
repuiAimn mlKii engniry, mutt not el in n
ui a# the conviction loro * ii*elf op *n
tnv intinl. of (tie effect wh»ch die ilniiiris >ed
ORWfr of tin* <lep iii nent, which n in c nstAir
itMercourte And Coll*lion with foreign *a in»-i»>
mu*l prodi'uc in the mind* **t Kropimi siaos.
m- n, upon our interna! charm I-r. i lie Im
rvAu» ot ihe fureign ininittef* will look in vaui
foe pAiAllel*!') t* e splendid *iRti‘paper* w ult
t’Av** con,e f»rnn the American depai 'ineut *>f
• late, doling (he lust four >tmg.
[ V. S. Gan
From ‘lir National Intelligencer,
Til*’ Geneial l*n*t Office teems to lie suffer*
jog in the pr< -gress of “ Reform.” I here
never, probably, was a nmrr signal illustration
Of" i he value of the old proverb, “Lit very
w r\l alone,“ than i* tuba found in the present
condition of that Department, in whi b chaos
stents to have come ap iiti. This Home |)e
pertinent of the Government, so efficient under
1 he bile Administ i at inn, is a!mutt hi ul. i n do w n
under the attempt to convert it into n great
party machine; Hit attempt which las never
been made before, and the slight**-! tendency
to which has been, heretofore, indignant iy
frowned upon by public opinion.
The following Letters fiom the late First
Assistant Pottiuastc r-General ad«lie-«* d to Mr.
IJarry the Po$i master General, it copied from
the United State*’ Telegraph, of S> pttmbcr
28 th :
Chevy Cfiner. Sept, 23. 1829.
Sir . When my Diem! Siinpt>on* wav here
on ^Hturday evening, he was «n ihvlomatique,
that I could not w.rll tell w li i .ei he came on
Ins own rccoiiiP, on your account, or on the
account of those vv ho manage your official «f.
fuiri. I gave,of course, lit to heed to his re
marks, but told him of vudry ac's, saying* nnd
d tings of your#, which showed your total un
fjtuers for the oflice of Potdninster-Geneial, and
which must inevitably I ad to your immediate
removal, if known to the Piesidcnt. Tlieve
were fidd lum with the expre v intention that
they should be communicated to you
No representation on the subject had tliei^
been prepared, and the delay arose from a re
luctance to take any step which might look
hk** the offspring « f resen ment. Upon fuithei
reflection, however, I have concluded that,
whatever appearance it may have, it is my
duly, both a* a citizen having a proper regard
t# tlie interest of his country, and as an indivi
dual having a due regard to hi* reputation, to
represent the subj ct lolly.
Thrir ii K U« wl ii-h ti I » |.»jmen*
rfMiHiryWii) '* mH. b ed W IM
public. until the Iiidelilrd.il.• irnn. Ill'll.«
1.0 longer yum lubofd.iiow, M bit now heroine
my d.uy I'1 aivte, 1.1 1 "« •« Hie t on p
irollur ofliie frea.ury. :he« you are in ili-i
pirdiranirnt. | have at o added I be I your in
drlnedneta In I he ann.nnl >f nn Ihnuaei d
dollar*. i» at clear, dial met. and iud.*i uialiie a*
i, ,sii any c*«e whatever ll.ei be knn»*
very well, a* a lawyer, that he pretended ex
(ni|.anon taliieh l ilely appeared in Die l e.r
• r ph ii . ipia It a. «ac » ill. .On re. a. .,
c .inmrn lew , and il.e d <' »iont nl die .Hnpivine
and ( ucud Cmitlx ol llie Unileil Slates.
Vuu know il I n» a* a •. been my mime and
mV dure In pan tmnothl* al mg llie current
■ III life. In avoid r\riy rnfllr Mini len.| r.l that
wn« practicable. In in*, in* frtrnd.. and In do
an* of couMe*v and hmdn< *» lo all « l.o . ante
in my way. Uulyoewa aiKiel lltr ugli Mr.
)ji npann. lhal llie public I* aliea ly * hiar i by
you in payment* end rngngiuientt, lu ll.r
■ niMiiiilofiita.ly o.it iiumlr.nl llH'iiiand dob
|ara, and you have been liaiiHy •'■ munlha in
Tne duty, therefore, r.f mailing ihete reprr
■entatin..* it nti let* iml .tpt ntiible I tiara .1 i* nn
plentanl. I cannot hut bop* Iherelnre, ilia
you will rntn-w yoitr eoiirte tii.re you have
i.ren in office, and letign a tiluati in Inr which
you nre to rn'irely nnfiiteil. You Ullow the
Inw, that the I're* dent inn I ditching.- you
from nffi r lit 'uty it imperative ; and il he
! wet iletiroii* m terve you, winch I am conli
.Imi lie w ill imt be, and rhnuld hexMale, it
wni.I.I, l . Ilia pm nl time nl parnet, and r.l
ilin rnunfry, bring on a inolinn Inr impeach
inenl, winch, although In* f'iendt might he
too pawn lul mid peittal to aHriw id .1* leach
ing ni 'luri'v. w nl«t ncrtaanni It in in. xp evaiblr*
cling, to and dll urbince, tot great Inr l.i« ad
can ed vtatt V >■> ran Iheielnre, al llie up
1,10 t, linldynur l al.nn lull a tlinil period, anti
n igllt, ' h.'eiore, <»*> every an mnn. m
I Iih i Hit e immediately 1 nil measure will
nvr iuh fiom tlm pain of Umg a public hc
, yourtflf trout die disgrare of a removal
f.ir adequate c .use, and flu t omnium. a ion w id
(hen liecmne confidential. I-or, vvliat. ver l'w»
pasted, I hiive no mi to deprrcnite yon lit the
opinion of your In o'* I* • '* would ti'* no
pardonable, knowing von I d », to let die
q.Mil>*r pa s Mini the m.iki 4 l dr* nr ,l nil*
da. iv »n October n s , to c me • to ) our
hands, without proper effatls for pieyvn
1 am, sir, vor oHfdieid •••»• ^nt
lion William T H*rry.
I'oitm ik'ei *1 «• lief® I,
*Mr Himpsofi is a Clerk in tire Q«neral Po*t Ofllee
lb Jnmn C iron and Samuil Mark t«* f»»*
liiSfif'fork of Iim I*• *rt it A• • vand • * vie Jo
trrih Harritt no * Italian, Latiphitr lenmviil
H'atliinif'on, fhlobrr 2—1 n* Retoim in
i e |*o*l ortiec is t be com ble. I’hint ns Brad
Iry is einov mS t, mil fltr Olli e of Sc coil.I \*si*.
taut Postm.isn*. (• lie al. Uhii' * a tis*t»
waiting for Ink " m • i * ix to fill line pl.it'.’,
aepid ii| or on< |e>u ionumil agent w ill pm.
by ly defrnni ie. h d I in* ii due i nerep.nl.
y ver Wa* ny ;*»•'»11. ollic no disor g.iii'Z* d »n»
flu* D pail 'n-nl of di Pod Ollier* now h,
|*r* verbid a i e f tITa h it always been I i
till- reg'i anlv of i i a lion, n l di< ptincdi <li y
Midi o t i< h above nl , i's pctutiiaiy engage
nv nd have * ei n in* f, vv e ilnill n<»t be *uf| i ued
to bear dud it ban failed to in ike i1* c*mli a« »
tint seacn, hi well av lo din lunge i * engage
m. id. m do existing routiaCk. If we n <■
agr eeably disappoint, il in Iln* |m, t* ili in- ill
nr shall give to the nww corner* a'l tin* praise
they w ill deserve, f »r more nequnintniice with
the ordinary routine «.f Iniiiiiess limn we sup
pOf*e ibetn In Iniv e bad any oppnituni y ol «c’
quiiing l)<» what they may they < an in ver
teplace the lyyo Mr. Brudlrys tud Mi. L'oylr
wlio a* if in prefect foul** ill pi a ol disregard
of every oh igali ui ol doty and deference t<»
die ptibln nth rod, bare be**n diivu from
stations w hich tin y bnve long titled with honor
to themselves, and advantage to dm Public.
The “ Reform,’’ we henr, is still going on.
S nue nt do* most v.iluable of die remaining
Clerks ii die fieneial P st ofti.®, are to fallow
tlie faie til the nis> l met iirious already remo
vtJ. \ Xat. ini’
We bear lhat tVm Slntbni Smith and V /.*
( hnpman have In . ii removed front I tie wit iih 11« •*»
ofCbiks in dir Second Comptroller'*. <
1 hr objection to Ibe ti»— t id tin so gentlemen
it dial be li the grandson of dm venerable
John Adams, and Ibe brother-in-Ian of (be | .\
President Ad mis 1 be ol jedioil to Mr. ('Imp.
man is, we suppose, lb** In* did not favor the
el i ti hi of General Jack son lo die Pre«.idencv
I lb.' ‘
I,•■t'ei have been In'ely rerri. ed nl ('tieS(pr
fiotn Conini itl.i'P Bor'er, p.ntiively sintina n,ai
b m.II return I ruin .Mexico told® native enuntv
in the month nl October. j
From the Boston Bulletin S‘pt 2.Y
1 hr Bank llubbfrj). Yesterday foren.von
mhx In vn Id before iln Poh e Con i for exam
inn ion, Joiui Wade, ebutged with biicenv, for
having taken 95100 fr im the SufFolk R.iok.
lie plead guiliv to the specification as *rt forth
in hii extinct (torn do III vvxpaprr^, Hod was or
dated In ec ■cnise in the stun nt ^ItHXMl f.n
Ins n|>p* aihnee o xt month to take lo- trial at j
the Municipal i’ou , bill loi a ant ol .i reties he j
Was c 'ininiltr
I relation In the m< liner in which this ml ,
P» it w .ts In on hi lo justice, w e learn lit** follow -
iog partu-nlai s. lie went to Hath in a pa* ke',
ain’te In uhvi I t iup ■ • av ^ at the satin* Hotel
wifi a constable to whom an adverti-cm« hi
h<d been lotW’ rtlod by K.*cd, hut waft iiiiH'.r
peeled. A we. k ftinee he to- U pnaft.ig** m a
packet from Hath.which arrived u> this port on
Thursday Ho wb* anxious tn he set on shore
at South Boston where he said he lived; hut
the captain declined, on account of the trouble
it would cause- After the sell -oner came to
anchor, he went ashore in sailor's dres*, ami
was in the city, or ns he said, over at South
B slon, a laige part of he day. In the mean
lime rapi.Jewe t came into the city and learn
etl.f.r lie fust tune, the pat tinilars of the i oh
berv. 11*) i el limed on boaid and toll the
crew that he suspected lilt ir pnvsengt r to In*
the thief. They said he wag a clever fellow,
and i w 5 ties! to let him go—l ids the cap!
rotiftidercd improper, lint did not conclude
what course lopm-tie, nil shout 9 o’clock in
the evening, when Wade came after his trunk '
— 1 lie CHp ain tucompanieil ln.n or. shnie,aud j
concluding lo let him go, allowed him to get i
three or lour rod away wi'lt the trunk, when j
he began to consider whether he might not,
himself he implicate*!, lie then cnl'ed to'
Wade, wli * stopj ed, and told him what he sus 1
peeled, and asked '• what will you g've me to
jlet ynugo " •• F ifty dollars, ’was the reply,
i ' I hat is too tin 11II a sum,’’ raid the captain, j
1 " for I should he inipli nted in the n imp ; w ill
you give ine a thousand ■*" *• Yes ” The cap* '
tiin finally *ajd n was iuipmpcr for him to
make a compromise in the affair, and n»ked
Wade to go up to the city, lie aftsciPed and
proposed to call upon the stage a^ent, for *
whi.li purpose they went together lo the
Marlboro Hotel. Not finding him as he had
Cone to B-t h after the fugitive, where he had
been traced, Wade said alter a little ronddera
lion—•• then I had ratlu-rgo to jail.” “ But.”
replied the captain, “ I have no powei to carry
you there.” •* I will go with you,” said Wade, 1
“ But | do not know the way to the jail,"obser
ved the captain.—Wade replied, “ I will show
y«>u ; ’ and they w ent accordingly. Wade gave j
lo Mr Had I a ui $5000 and said that 100 which ,
he had put in his wallet, fell out of kis po- ke,
in the shed of »he Marlboro where he *-et down
a few minutes. Mr. Badlam made search tor it
at ] o clock that night hut was unsuccessful ;
hut he found it on looking again yesterday
motning, tucked tinder a sill, where it could
m t lave fallen IU clmrg^il Wade w iii hav
ing Hid ii there, ami or made i»«» »lri»M«l. I tius
tmgu'ariy »*• the cutpnl arr«iitil| aud tbe
wliidti money recoveied,
AVic Orleans, Sepl 7,
I Hr Y* Hem fever seem* to extend <1* ras ages
•o the • r'lin'rjf Intelligence from Mam Hac ami
I* mij eni iHfi report* several deaths by tb »• i
dit a'l ul disease ; and «*ni of out »**SI»eCtable .
ii i/ii»s fetelv arrived from IHe fiay nf St
\t .u'«. s'ates that six privates and an oflv ei
of i|«e company of United Slates' troops station
ed there ba 1 dirrf. fn ton n the sukm*** tar
from dim nisliing term* asery day to iiicimse
in i»»a igtiitv. and mi the mouth of the I5a\ oil 1
Si .ln|u», where if wr nt’S'ake not, no ca*e of
yrllow fever Ha l evei limnien, seveial death#
hav- already occurred.
We have never known business *r» dull, even
ht fins lime ol the year, as it lias been «" t;c
our *n-i ; much nf ** Inch »■ ow ing to the pre
jvadiug epidemic so fieqneiilly noticed in our
I late n«ll»ila*r* and up are sorry to rein ok.
, r nil- ims vs bh unabated violence ; when ii w ill
rnd, I* iinpofsiblp at present t * venture nn o
! I iin*‘n, unless w»• go ln the extremity of a lew
l hard fret's. whi« h cannot <u this climate be ex
i peeled soon, We have had a shower of rain
alrfio-f eveiy day during the week, which
causes our llllpaved streets, ill »|m; luiHlfiesS p*»T*
of the ritv and fauxhnurgs. to be in many
places impassable, particirarlv (Jirod street,
leading to the IV-tesfant biuying ground, is a
I disgrace to our city and those in power, who
| ought in see it iu m belter cniidi'ion. Stmnger*
I mn«t naturally draw very unfavorable conclu
I i «tn* (when attending on the last melancholy
Icreinonv of their d-cen e I f iends and t‘la
I five-*,) fiodin" the vav*. in a condition danger
ous f »r hearses to pa-«, ts lieip so many licrt
den's have taken phice, shocking to the led
lugs of those present. V\ e have no material
mI ••rations in notice in our market, ijuolalimi*
may be lonvideied generally ii* muinl I he
Miksis,-ippi remain* a! the hum* low *b'i?e a*
b (on I C wrier.
Lurrnhre business.—In looking over the
New-York (’•Miner and Ktu|uirnr of Friday
we counted one hundred find sixty tei til
ww Advertisements, exclusive ul aui ii«»n
Th*» New York Ameri* an •fates, that, within
a few yea*"*,/| million of ilollnrs have been
lost in steam final spm ululion* on the lliidion
Th' New York I* >*• slates f 1 «» Washington
h ving w.i* accepted the p'lire nflcied , him bv
!h is g<vet mu nt, of Secretary of I.igatinn at
the Court of Si. James
V otestnnt Liberality Henry Barclay, K<i|.
o| Shu etlies, IJl-ler i lointv , In- s presented to
• he Ci tholic B hop o' New Ynilt, through tin
H»v Mr. O Ib illy, a piece of ground hi the
Catholic. Church. | X Y A met
L \ I K AM) I M 1*0K 1 AN 1 KKOM M KOI'K
|tv • lie packet ship Napoleon, ('apt Smith,
if N. York, file nil'ni s id the Cnrmn rcial Ail
ret liner here received copious fi'es ol K inlun
naper* In the evening «d lie* 24lh ol August.
Hull Liverpool of lht*26.h inclusive.
Scat of liar—If the I ifost lie* man news is
lo bn depended upon, (lie campaign m Kuiopi
must hav * ere (Ids terminated in the (low nlal
r abandonment of ( n ufaulinople, uii c»s lid
|*.n fe *-li"old have mine to term*.
T lif A'geiiicme /> lung of the I7lh August
says : —
We Imveju I learnt at ibis place, from n
quarter Ibat iiihv lie depended upon, flint olfi*
cm I news wi received, early in the morning
nf the 12th. hy t*’«* Ku Rian Legation ai Vienna,
that CeriPtal Diebitsch, aliei being joined I**
the corps tliat 'rinded at Sizelmli, had totally
defeated and dispersed the Inrki-h army in a
great lint' I** near hi ktkilisa (2d iiei man
miles fnmi ('oiistantmople ) 1 he bite ol the
cnpidil in not he now ilpentc I, Ttie next po»t
fr in Vieiir a w ill In ing ns the pal Menhir",1'
bituildr intelligence is "Hid to have been re
ceived al Munich on llte loth August, hum an
a ttlienlic soutce. It is added, tliat noiwith
standing this defeat Hit! Pivan peisids in it*
refusal to coino to an mrangtnvni.
Mr. Von linger, the Pnifts n Ambassador
had hi1 Itiat solemn audience of the Sullen, in
Ins camp a'- Bujnck lere. It is said the S d
tan will noon return to Kainis Ichillik, where
lie had h r camp last nu mini.
Thu Cl* and Vusier, in Sliuumla. did not know
of the march ol the lioHsians ftom befoie that
foi tress till four day* after it had taken place
11.• then sent mips to the Kamtschik, when lie
foniid that the Kusd.ins him already passed it
1 Ins corps then went to Aldus, where it am*
ved on «lie 2ltl», in the evening. There tin*
1 nrkish troops, OtNM) or 7hOO tuliinli), made a
stand, hut w re defeated by ti n Bud g»*r, who
look Ai I or , and purs te 1 the enemy to a great
d t .tore Tim loss ol the I'm k« in kdted is sup
p i»- (l to be great. Only 220 prisoners were
o»k n. The Turkish camp was taken by the
Ibis inn*, whose loss* was not 100 men
The Turkey mail in lived Hu* morning bring
ing, leper* from Constantinople to the 27 h,
and from Smyrna to the 20th nit One hot i
slates that the Sultan, notwithstanding hi* mini
tried reaVu mii never lo yield to any ol the
terms proposed by the Busmans, had begun to
experience some perplexity with I'agird lo tile
course of his own motions ni tin* event <d the
enemy a living triumphant at the gates ol his
capital. Little could be expected from bis
presence near the scene of operalions, w heieas
it was <•( (lie highest import’d)'e, dial Ins pci
son should be f-r from the reach »l the Bus
mans Tuecity of Bronsn, on the Asiatic shore,
about lot) m»le* from Cons'anliuople, across
the IV tpon'd-.was therefore Hie place supposed
to hava been selected by the Sultan us a re
treat in the first instance.
I iaiwiuili'v prevailed in the capital op to the
departure of the mail not withstanding the
uneasiness of I fit. inhabitants. As yet. the
Sal'a i had not removed his bead quartets
from the valley of Bnuvojidera) . The exchange
on England had fallen to 07 1-2 at Constan i
dimple, and 07 at Smyrna
Ail me new rccetveu iiom inn i.evam agree
that there are great changes in the political
system which is to tie followed with respesct
to ilo* war in the Rait-— The Cabinet ul St.
James’ appeals definitively to espouse the
came of Turkey, ami is already preparing to
stop hv force the projects of Knsiia, whose
successes alarm it- The (.ire* U cause is left to
its oivu force, and the dissensions existing
among the Greeks make their friends fear that
they willhe reduced to their former state of
slavery. Some persons say that the amiy of
the Morea will soon return to France.
France. — The excitement respecting th« new
French Ministry was still kept up in Pm is, and
Hccoidiug l*» the I.ondnn Tunes all the politi
cal juu* nalft of ihe French Capital, w till the ex-1
eeptioii of two, continue their attacks oil ihe,
new Cabinet, with increasing confidence, ansi ,
undiniinishtd vigor. Kr-Hignuiions continue to
take place, and among them was that ot Ihe i
uiarquis ol Gambon, a staunch royalist.
They write from Toulon on the 15'h August, I
that the honih vessels were ordered to be ready
for sailing on the next day, ns the breaking
off of the negotiations with Algiers, had deter* |
mined the Government to bombaid the lib >ve
Admiral De Higny Was to have set sail on
the 20th for loulou. where lie is t«> perform the
functions ot Maritime Prefect, to which place j
he had been appointed by the late Minis
tyfliu.— Madrid dates are to the 10th of Au
sust.—The government of Spam has prohibited
the introduction into Spain of the Paris papers
railed the Qiit.ldVon* : (hat paper 1.*vin„»
" passed the ttniiud* ol Hinder at lout and failed
in iei(»«*ct to the kmg "
I.ugtawi 1 lie Loudon fiag-tte of ihe JPiHAu
post contains mo older of the king mi Cottiici
lor the proioga'ion of Parliament Ir«*in tlw
20th of August fo the 15th of Oi;tolH*r.
A Loudon Morning paper *a»»—
A letter from • * ha* been received i
I'twii, which if its .statement rn*y In* ir’ied on
disclose* a v • i y curious negnci it inn which ha*
been cairving on bet wren that (•ovi'riimao*
Hod the minister of the (I. States. I he letter
we understand, isaddrerfed fo so vespectahh
a quarter that its authenticity •« hardly to In
doubted li i» alfi lord that a propo«i'ioii h
been made by the Ameii an Munster, in coo
Sequence al the (hieaienrd imso *ll of M •• % i
CO l»v the Spaniards, to tend assistance |«i court
lei act if, in the miHl ell dual wav, by a larg
advance ol nionev but oof, ol Course, withou*
a " valuable cousid ration ’—Mexico, it is pro
posed, ihaII make ovei to the Gevernment oi
die (J. S. for a lertn of years in the fir-t in
stall- e, the pro* nice ol I #*xh« amt »he peiiiiisul
ot ('alllot nia ll, at (been I of that tune, til*
money a Sauced sba I nut be re|iaid, the p«*s
session of those cii li and extensive counti o s ••
to ve*t in the I oiled Slates. The 'iini to b1
advanced under Ibis gua* an'ee i* w'att'd at b*
tween |o,tttiO,(Xki/ and U.H n,i»(M»/ Mtc>rling
tpiite sotfident. if properly apph.d, to tiling
ih 'I round v into a stale nfpiospeuty hh yiea
n* It lias ever e j've.l. 1 he temptalioii, how
e*er,might prove loo great for the virtue n
those *» h*» adminisler it- all.ms, It is not ta*e<
io what iiiHioit i tins pr 'pomtion Ims been t»
ceived bv the Mexican Government.
dim John Unit, leieiriug to tins hit*
'.n v s :
" The prnposi inn of Auniica must not be
quietly listened to, or 'a u> y permitted—wjiil*
we are earnest in <nir end' avois to put a*-tO|
io • lie puwt r o I H is-i.i, w*t* in inn not lorget the
necessity of chui king the aggi andiseiitrnt ol
America , amt *ve repeal, **•• c an conceive n
ground moi e -trons t«u co n u i at mg w ilh Span
in the present struggle, th n that of s oppmr
tin* uni oi of .North' rn and Southern America,
which must he the inevitable result of Ih*
scheme n w negociaiiog l»y lire Cabinet ot the
United Stafi
From the A' \ Courier, Oct. 4.
FROM I RA.Ni K.— I dm packet ship France
Cap. f lun k, arrived early yesterday mniouip
flow Havre, wnei.ee see sai ed on the 2th b
liigtut, bunging I*.iris dates to the 25th.—Thv
intelligence Irom tlie seat of war, altnough
somewhat later than pi events accounts, is lini
of irtiicli interest no event of iiuportancv
having fmtispired since our last dates. 1 he
Rus'inns, under Delusch, were tapidly advauc
mg upon Adi ianople, anti many of the iiihab
ifani* of that place vveie flying to the interior.
1 be Sultan maintained bis i eso ut ion of resisting
to tlie last, and is sai l, mi a lale occasion, to
have made the following i.tiuaiks to some ol
ni-* principal ofliceis.—“ My resolution is taken,
v* •: will ieaist ibis unjust attack as long a
po-iblr ; I will defend myself even to the gates
of the Church ot Saim Sophia, and I will then
P msIi gloriously, il (be fates have so uidered
" I
I be plague whs mak ng great havoc at 0
deg*)H. — SoveihI taunlieM had obtained permis
simi to depart. On th** 30th of Inly the thenlies
• ml stiopM were closed. I lie forwarding of
troop* and provisions ill continued, and the
service ol ilie army would not suffer any incon
veil lence.
It \vm asserted, that \1. dp Chateaubriand!
*'a l sent in In* r* sguat'on of the office of Am* '
hassador to the Court ol Rome.
The Pans Moaiteur of the 2B4 contain* a
K*»vhI O* don name, countei si;-ne»l Courvobicr,
appointing Rarou d’Haussts, Counsellor ol
Slate, and peif« i of the (montie, Minister Se*
eretary of s?a e lor the depaitment of Marine,
and tlm Colonics, in Hie place ol Vice Admiral
de Rignev.
Accounts from Algiers to the ttlh August,
k!a'e that there was no hope of a peace being
agreed tip n between that power and France.
The French Admiral Bretonniere, command
ing the him hading squadron after two uusuc
ressf.l interview.* with the Dev, whs informed
dial I imself nml suit might consider themselves
fortimn'e in being permitted fo return on
board in safety—lii.s vessel whs fired upon by
the batleiies on leaving (be port.
Accounts tmin I ishonareof the 10th A"gu*t.
— Nothing new* had taken place in Pmtugal,
tRK now receiving, ami shall continue to
receive, weekly, direct from New York
mid Philadelphia, a splendid assortment of sta
pie and fancy good*, adapted to the appioauh*
mg season,all of which weie selected with gieat
rare and taMe by Mr. John («. Meem, and will
he sold at p? ices lower than ever before offered
in this maikct. Prisons wishing to purchase,
will find it greatly to their iiiteic-l in calling
mid examining our slock, which, for variety,
pxlent and low- prices, cannot tie surpassed.
Permit uv, Fadu *. (both town and country,) to
c.«ll your attcuti in to a few fancy articles, just
received, and inu**.|» enquired after, viz ;
I)»*mH*k Palmarinf,
'■'i k, Crape an I Worsted Baiege IFIlifs.
ioiiome Shell tuck, long, cap, neck, curl und
side Combs
Bohineit Pearling,'f allings. Quiltings and Foot
• og*
4-4 ami iV'l plain Rnhinett Face*
Brussels Veils, double and treble collars
Caps and Pelleiiues, Embroidering Braids
Fancy II S. (doves, Wile Ribbons
Furniture Fringes. Worsteu Braids
New style Belt Ribbons
Plaid and Printed Cot« pally, black Battista
Rich Fancy Scarfs, dark fancy (.inghams
Dotted ami flowered Swiss Muslins,
(’heck Muslins, Pongese,
Rlk. Mandarine, Nankin, Canton ami French
( rapes
tlii«li(|'ini r ancv \ nuts. Rub Foulard do
Ladies’ iiill Habit Buttons, I’luiu Cambrics
.1 tconet ( ainb» ic
Figured amt Plain Jaconet Muslins
Pearl Buttons
Blk. English rolled double Florence
D ith an extensive addition of* lancy articles,
hourly expected. I
Oct. I 3tif
An eligible stand for a Grocery Store.
!*j|JHK tenement situated on tuai.i street.
<JL opposite to Liberty Warehouse. Posses*
sion given on tHe26ib Nov. next. If a shU «.f
the above tenement is not effected before the Sloth
of November, ir will |>e Inr rent for one year
from that date. For terms apply to
Sept. 28 6iif
The drawing of ‘be Dismal Sw^rnp Lottery,1
Class No. 22. w ill be received ai ihisOdice.
CAPITAL $10.0002
"IK not too late lor a tuilnne—call ami lr,y the I
chances at HKWSON’S Office.
Iliawn ^lof. in the Washington City Lottery^
Class No. 15 :
16 35 2 27 42 28 6 68 3.
Oct d
Chancery Court.—VI* Imw seen a letter from ,
(' hart ce I Ini lay lor to the Marilial, dated the 1st
mil by which we leant that hit health is much '
improved, lie intends to leave home tu mor" '
row, ami to open hit Court in this place next j
Vlonday. He will .lay until the business be- j
tore him shall be completed.
Guv. Giles’s last Xu. of “ Retrospects," Lc.—
iVei anuot find terms millicieiitly Strong to ex j
■in j>s the indignation we fell on perusing the
iolh No. of “ Bet rosprets,” &tc. in the Ri<*h- <
nond Kmpiirer of ibe 2d in*t. It is known 1
hi these Nos arc from the pen of the hoary \
ritor, " ho, by the same unaccountable and j
. al delusion which elevated Jack»*»n to the,
Presidency of the Lulled States, was called I
from the retirement to which public contempt
and scorn, in its justice, had long since driven
dm, t'i press le over the destinies of this an
ti ml Commonwealth—t»» lid an office which,
(Util it was foully disgraced by his occupancy, ,
lutd always been bestowed on the “ ino*t wur-j
.by” of its citizens.
The dotard, (lor charity may asciibe bis
treasonable pioduclion to any other motive
fhim such an one as would place him on a level
\ illi Aanju Burr, ami mtJtr hii name infa
mous to all posterity,) the dotard openly ad
locales the disolution of the Union—nn even*,
the hare mention of which lias heretofore been
seriously and sinceicly deprecated. Not only
does he advocate the disoiuiion of the Union,
but lie parcels it off into four divisions, with al|
the self-complacency of a \ictoiious tnonaich
at the head of Ins armed legions, defining ihe
bonndarit s of conquered Umpires.or af a drivel
ling idiot, amused with breaking toys, trim
which his distempered fancy anticipates gland
and brilliant results. Poor crack-brained skrI
etou of former greatness! Miserable wreck of
a mind which, in its vigor, adorned the halls of
legitdrttion ! Why did his fi tends drag him
from tlie obscurity which partially shrouded
his b.nvne“S and rendered his opinion* Com
paratively innoxious, and w Inch, if it had beem
as it ought to have been, eternal, might have
expiated his offence against the genius of Re
publicanism? Why did they, in the phreruy
of heated pai ty spirit, place him in a situalion
where the imbecility of a mind impaiied by
age, and the malice of n heart filled with envy,
spleen and “all uncharitablenes*" could no
longer he properly urged in extenuation of his
conduct ? Why did they permit their Jackson
ism to blind them to his total unfitness for the
Chief .Magifttncy of patriotic “ Oil Uirginia,”
the devotion of whose sons to Iht Union has
been so proverbial that they have been
compared to the Roman Cracchit f Did Ih< v
not know that, hav ing been himself disappoint*
ed in his gnating ambition to he Pontifex Max
imm, he would not hesitate to “ compass In a
veil, earth and hell,” in order to crush the fab
lie erected after so many years of toil, and
suffering, and bloodshed, and anxiety, by the
I'ather* of the Revolution ? Were they vision
ary enough lo believe that returning homos
would repair the ravages that di-ta-e, and the
exercise of alt the worst passions id our nature
had made upon tlit mind of ibis Anarchist.
and restore the discretion for which he had
been lormei ly celebrated I Or were they mail
enough to believe that the manfe of Jackson
ism would conceal his treason, and protect th*
traitor ? Time, which bus shown, that, il they
entertained the first opinion, they have beei
inosf wnfully mistaken, will, we hope, also
show that the ir estimate of the di po»i ion 01
the people of this Commonwealth is equally
erroneous. We shall he much mistaken it the
loth No. of llis UxcePeney’s “ Retrospect’’ do
not prove the lim»l grave of a reputation which,
once before blasted, had been, by the aid of
political quackery, partially mended. Procee
ding, as it does, from the chief Executive of
ficer of the common weal tli, (it matters not that
•t is in his unofficial capacity,) we conceive
that it will be incumbent upon the next Legis
lature to declare that the suiliment* expressed
by Goy. Giles are nut sanctioned by the people
at large ; ami that they regard their utteiance ;
with feelings of iudignatinn ami abhorrence. j
In ca*e of a dissolution of the Union, w hich
lie is so anxious to see effected, Gov. Giles ,
throws the “six New England Slates, inchf
ding V ermonl,” into the first division ;—“New -
York, N» w Jersey, and perhaps Pennsylvania,
Delaware amt MaiylanJ,” into the second ; >
—Keiitm k v. Ohio, Indiana and Illinois into the
third ;—and Teunes.ee, Alabama, Mississippi,
MUsouii, Louisitna, Florida, Georgia, and
North and booth Carolina into the fourth. The
.wo fust named divisions he argues, would he
riruls of Gient Britain, and would be serious
ly injured by a dissolution. The third division,
he thinks, would he neither a rival nor a custo
mer of that power, Is/, because it i* too insula
ted in its geographical position, and secondly,
because, in a country where general suffrage
i* exercised, the people exhaust too much nine
in discussing politics ever to become “ opera
tives” in manufacturing establishments !! (This
is truly a reason woithy of the old gentleman's
grandmother,)—The fourth division, (in which
Ihe rebellious spn its til Ihe day are found) will
be Ihe cuitomtn tif Ureal Kiiiain,—and (the
(inventor says) will he ihe only one of Ihe
four which will be beiiefitled by dissolving ihe
Confederacy .
Without slopping here to enquire, by what
train of ratiocination, the oltl gentleman has
been enabled to parcel off Ihe four Confedera
cies which he says will be the result of a di:So.
lotion of Ihe Union, nr to admire Ihe foie
aiglit which, be a single dash of the pen, tins
defined their boundaries, we will ask three or
four plain and simple questions, bused upon
the hypotheses I d Juts* by th* G.vernjr hi*
self ;
*• ,f. *» h» concedes, the two first „,m,,
divisions Would, from Ihe i,store ol ||,iUgr L“
come the rirata of Great Brilei.i in tin ,„,M
ufactuiiog and commercial interests, it nece,
sati'y follows, that they Mould r quire/„„f r ’
their opera'ives,—and row material for (|,,,r
fabrics —and whence could they piocure ||U|
but from Ihe Southern States ?
2. Can they not become the rirnlt of r;rea.
Britain, at j i«t as little expense to the «•,(, r
esfcoflhe agricultural portions of t be Ciu,
without i's dissolution, as with it f
3. If they are destined to rival the niar,„
factures of the 0 Id \\ orld, is it not the „,|m,
of the Southern p'anter that Ihe Union alia|.
coitlinue r—Will he not, as pari of lit.
people, export his autplns produce to a dome
tic market, dutyfree, and receive in tetuiu suit,
manufactures as lie indy ri quire, likewue du •,
free, and nt cheaper ptices than lie is n»w
compelled to pay to British maiiulacturer, *|,fl
take none of Iris produce hut such as ihe,
cannot do without, amt upon which, in liis not,
national Kesnys, Gov. G.|e«, hmisHl admit,
“ such heavy tluites ate imposed as in ordinm,
limes, almost to uinoimt to a prohibition p>
Would not lhe-e Northern confedetacie., tuu
if aintdeieil from the Southern, adopt towards
the latter,if there were any trail" between their
a similar policy to that which we now justly
complain of in Great Btitain, as violating i|„,t
principles of reciprocity which should always
be eiarted hv# contmunities in their alealirteg
with each other, as well as by individuals
4 li th'*se queries he answered atininativfiy
(as if they he answered correctly, they mint
he,) does it not follow that the most ceitaat
way to tax the consumers of manufactured
at tides is to force upon them t tie necessity ol
inpotti them from lorslgn nation , imtogj
ot fabricating them at home 7 Amt, by nta
k ng our northern h elhcen foreign!rr,(which
a rlissolut ion ol I he U in in w mi it of course do, |
i'e ict not inevitably loo the foundation of n h r
upon ourselves, in $ie shape of duties both on
exports and imports whiJi, if me remain one
entire people, ue shall avoid /
1 lit* ii ulli is, it u'*v<‘i* was lor a mint * nt sip
pnt 'il, llmi a government ,1 sfineil icbeti.e
gum diai. hiiiI pi utecinr uf so many nod appa
rently such cmtticli'lg interests, would always
giie satisfaction to llie advocates of all ulthnti,
iu every one ol its measures, even though no
mpn mg demagogue, or Iieai less ili.mgainzcis
should tie fmu don 'he nil'll,faeli cquallt rs
ger, III.nigh Irom tar rtilTerent motive", n
di.iuib the wholesome opeiHlii.ti oliliela.u,
ami to throw eviry thing into i oufnsinii and
anarchy — in short, to split us, like the 50111 i
ern Kepublics have ever lieen itit.r, eternal fnr
ions—revolution succeeding levolution with
leaitill rapidity, and tin- tyrant ofyetlerdni/ onlv
giving place to the tyrant ot to-dny. lint n » -
equally far from the expectations of the fra,
iners of!lie Constitution that the Gutciuor of
a Stale celebrated fur the^.wlrioliaui L chivalry
of its suns, Should, in the discussion of all ab
stract question of national policy, incendiarr
like, apply a fire-brand to llie edifice, and, by
artful and insidious appeals 10 llie interested
feelings ot a particular secliun of country—ap
peals based on false assumptions—endeavor liJ
enlist them in the unholy work ot destruction
Vet, it is even so—llie inceudiaiy has a;
peared, even before the tottering bodies ofthr
architects nre in the tomb.—Yes, a Governor oj
( irpinia exists, and is upheld by the Jadu
leaders, w ho lias tlie teun ri'y to court Ilia inis
inous celebrity winch hangs to the skirls ol
VHmii Run and the members of the Hartford
Convention—men who weie only suspected oi
ent.'ilaming a similar des gu ! And there n
this difference, loo, between them : A iron Burr
might plead that he was dazzled by ti e spier
dors ol a false ambition -the Ilartfind Con
vention ists, I tin t limy vvere goaded by personal
privations and tosses growing out of the fo
eign policy of llie country, But liuv. Giles can
use no extenuating argument. Ills tirepntitinn
is the cool, tlelihernle offspring of rlosrt r* •
flection, without a shadow of motive or rxeuv
We hope, and believe, that his suggestion and
his rea.-onings will alike meet with the scorn
and reprobation of an insulted people—nnd
that tin- legisln tore w id, nt it? next >es:inn. wipr
otr, by an unanimous de claration oj unabated
attachment to the Union oj the Stales, the foul
reproach which the weakness, malignity and
baseness of I tie Executive have thrown on the
character nt t tie virgin Commoiiuratth• If stir
tie without fear, let tier lie also without censure
Otherwise, l«l it lie told in Gnlli and A'kslm
that her escuicheon is tarnished, and her
cienl glories dimmed; and let " the dnughlei
of the uiicircuuicised" lough at tier disgrace 1
But, we repeat, we cannot doubt that llie pub
lic judgment will toil a distinct and embodied
negative upon this attempt nfone of our high
est public function'lli<*t to "subveil tin Kuf’
crnmenl to which he owes allegiance, thi s
adding " traitor*' to a name sullied by many
other acts of vice and crime, but which, if ib
possessor had chosen, might have been rendf
ed nu less illustrious lor its virtues than it bad
be. n celebrated fnr genius.
C-i’ 1 tie Richmond E iquirer d irs not coin
cide in opinion with the nntlior of llie l*1* *'t’
of “ Retrospects,’’ &lc but gives it a place i"
Ins sycophantic columns, “ in the spirit of -
free press ‘ VVlial a gieat pity that lb*
"free press" did not have "spirit” eouttgb 15
rebuke the author, if it was necessary or props'
to give place to ravings of which the f-llllor
himself disapproved. But the author w»s 14
Governor, a Jockson-man, and in Itichmani
three things which have a wonderful influence
on Hie nerves ol' the Editor of tlie Enquire
Bui a free press would have scorned to pobli*b
such an article, particularly if it was really W
posed to its traitorous sentiments. It wou^
as soon have published a recipe, compound*11
of the most deadly poisons, as a certain eurt
for a raging epidemic. .No: it was pn!>li*hf“
in * tie “ spirit" of a truckling, servile. incetvl‘tt'
r,J press ;—a press which ministers wit tout rf'
luclance to the bad passions ot* ttee worst 11
men—a pre~s which changes its course with tlu
shitting winds, deifying to day a man whom 1
had cursed yesterday ; and cursing w ith *

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