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,1I,J :^^;--) !,y£PLW MOMlAY, February 15, 18^13. I 4 dollars per uniiti'n.j RICHMOND PRICKS CURRENT. [ccmtcuD wrs^A.j Tobacco, Wheat, - . . . . Flour, [Su/icrjine.'] - - Flour, [/''.hie.] * • Cor.*;, ...... Hk.mi*, [Per rc«.] - - - Iron, Bacon. ...... Whiskey. - - - - - Cash D. C. to 7 1 75 9 50 9 00 3 00 170 115 12 50 ' 62 Washington Henry Academy. Ifar.ovcr Town Rond, 10 mile* from Richmond. T1IK Trusters of the Academy, arc enabled to announce to the public that .Mr. Doyle, of Richmond, late coadjutor with Messrs- Char din St Wood, has accepted its .superintendance —and, in consequence of their liberal applica tion of the fluids, has agreed to employ uu as sistant, and reduce the fees for tuition, \o four, «i.v, and eight dollar*, per quarter, according1 as the classes arc advanced, as shall appear on cards to be distribute l for the purpose. Hoard can be bail in the most respectable fa milies convenient, for from sixty to eighty dol lars per annum. Young ladies and \oung gen tlemen will be instructed in separate moms, and the ndvantagt * can b* enjojed here as in Richmond—yet mow* of the disadvantages —for instance, as good board, washing, lodging and tuition ran^v0**9was^d here, as in town j for littte »nqa«utpence than|UiiUon alone tl.rre j yret free fiyn all the vicious^^bits and vicious | society, ■The Jdonors to this Acad« was MncvnJek^^kd tMc present trus tees anB determined to snreSto (xpence that their ("folds wj| aijggit twearri ing it into execut*). ’!■<•>• Maprfw nJbpared to accom modatemiv ifft'bermtpujJp that may offer Young g<^y*^en may iUpmy please, have lodg ing rooms Young lad: s and little boys caiwTc accommodated at C..ptain Richardson's, or any of the neighbouring gen llemen’s. All the advantages arising to youth from the present plan cannot be Vet forth in an adver tisement ; but may be fully ascertained by ap plying at Mr. Dickinson's Tavern, or to any of tiie undermuned trustees, via : Col. "William Trut-S.cart, Cspt. John A. Rich ardson, Major Thomas Starke,Capt. Peter Fos ter, Alexander Anderson, Esq. or the subscri ber, all of whom live convenient to the inslitu Mkm. *v: THOMAS TINSLEY,Chairman of the Board of Trustees. The course of Education, though somewhat different in form, will be the same in fact, as that pu sued in the Richmond Academy, when Air. I), left it, via: : The Greek, Latin and Mn. glish languages classically; History, Geogra phy and the llclles Retires; Arithmetic, Hook Keeping, noil all the practical and useful bran ches of the M ithcmatics with the use of Globes and other instruments—The School will com mence the second Monday in January next, and continue the whole year, as no holidays will he a', tovveil but those requested by parents. Nov. 19. wtf FOR SALK, nr THE SUBSCRIBER, fliOO lbs. London seine twine 1 C'JObest twillM nncks (ready made) SO bales 1st quality Cotton 1‘2 do. second do. l-’blnN. Muscovado 12 do. best green 3>> tonsiroi 2 do. £ do. best < 9 do. cart 50 boxes 11, 12 150 straw imported Black AVrajipiu^ gethcr with a gene (i uociTiti all of which he will sell on wash, or days. N. B. Th those indebted to •to make payments to wise he will lie under i •instituting suits, £ who may be found notice. Obv 12, 9 l»y 13 renin j lo» Jan. 11. terms, for n at 6 * or 9b W ILL ACE. solicits all h Wallace, delay— other, neccssity of against nil those this my second Surviving But L ACE, ft 711 Of MY THE GOVERNOR OF TUB WEAI.TII OP VIRGINIA, A Pwiclajnation. it W II BREA S Hi:\NU. Examining I-Jourt o sent month, found <d for further tr It X M before be while on trial, d the presence oft is now going thought bt, Ftatc, to is»u ing a rtwaref son or persoj Tfv to the .1 MU \Nil XV O.'aci rscivi Reptile of 11 endeavor* to fftrcsVd Jail l • Given itn«l Comtit'intvia . . thia23rd day of.!.* '* ' thousand eight hi * that MAMCIMP, of colour, was by an dil in the pre on, and «.r»l*-r id MU XV Jail and fmm f. and | ore UOLEAl rrel.y 'to any per. anil coll dAi.IWJIF. Inquire all the good ie their best V to the n lift ANffAM. the seal of the ii<*xod, at ttichoion j, in the year otie idred and thirteen. and of the Comrnf ltvealth the thirt>< seventh, J’a. HAKROl II. M| Jan. 2.1 K M. MAl.TCntB fret 10 i«*c|ie* high,and stout nod Well made, r.i.'jr/<l, i« \-i -y import i* t-i • ! <•" sp lituij #cd to be lurking in t Giecm Spring* hoot 35 years of age, :ars gen-rally very :nt, sn ear* hard, and liquors—he is auppo neighborhood of the v4t. // P'HOSt 'ME .YElV-JEKSEr J0UES.1L. ’WK men of met, are men of merit, 1* roni Nature t self, \v,* dn inherit, Suclt talent* rare, us would surprize The heroes of il»e “neliter skies.*' e can confound each old logician— < an talk of usiuv and submission : O! " Peace and Commerce—no alliance”— At truth anti re son hurl defiance. Of serious subjects make a jest— f'an “ tail on Heaven to att st, “ Our onn sincerity anti truth,” When not one syllable (forsooth) Of candor, or veracitv, Is tnis'il with our loquacity. "e fa k to Farmers, Tradesmen, Scholars, Oi "five tinJ thirty million of dollars /” Of dread!ul times! Of sail starvation ! Of wild misrule—and usurpation ! ^ I he Dritish (we’ve proclaim’d soloi:") ** Have donees no css<ntis.l wrong,” i *■r>r three years past, they rca j were Marine impressment to Forbear ; Out yeffe; ton, with scorn rejected, Arrangements which our tars protected, And Madison't infatuation, lias nearly swampt this growing nation. For, tin the eighteenth day of June ■ M least one hundred years too soon— "Jthoiit one thought of harm to shun, II it ho ut one tingle mounted gunJt ^ Al1 wns declared—in evil hour ; Hu' not by Congress.—Vo the power Of making war, was faad vexation) Usurp’d by the “ Ad ministration.” All this we’ve said and ten times more, And yet haw many lies in store. * \V«i work in dark ness, like the mo'es, And to the Devil sell our souls, Ua‘her than harm should not he brewing, lo bring about our country's ruin. 41 '=* true, we often are sttsnec&d. And sometimes by the Wiuos detected, Who hold us u;t to public hate— Contempt and scorn our deeds await ; Hut then, ngain (on t’other hand) \\ e have some comforts at command. For, bankrupts quite in reputation— Of honest men the detestation ; It matters not, w11u'_ course wc choose, Since characterr, we’ve none to lose ; One truth to u> is not a stranger, 1 hat naught via* never jet in danger. rhtn come what may, or slow—or fast, We only can he bang'll at last. Ify treason we’ll destroy the nation, Or meet With “ hemp and* confiscation”— !->*r, View :he matte: as yon choose, W e’ve much to gain—ran little loose. 1 nen] who s afraid ? T'would be absurd t Since need or nothing Is the word ! o lag behind.—You've heard my storv, '1 licit follow me— ANOTHER TORY. t'on the Alices. Mr. PIcatnntt, 1 am, as no doubt your readers will perceive, a coun.ry fellow, very ignorant as to many very weighty matters. But yet very willing to ob tain information. On one particular subject l am very anxious to be instructed, and yet 1 <lo not know ex..<.tty ♦mw to accomplish m\ purpose. I lie case is this, Mr. Printer. When I return home, my wife and daughters will, by numberless interrogatories extract from me e tery particular rcspcr.iing tfie fashions and amusements of the metropolis that 1 may have gleaned during my stay in town. I make it my business, as my wife is a very good sort of woman, to do every thing in mv power to gra tify her inclination to learn “ how the world goes,’ as she terms it. And really I have been able to make a pretty considerable collection since I have been litre. ]Hough, ( think, to convince the old lady that the world is g..ing, as ltol>e: t Hums says, “ Topsultaric-o.” But there is one partictil r on which l a;n totally at a loss; and vrt it is a very important matter. 1 heard of hardlv any thing else, until the re ported invasion of \ rfolk, and the lumo'if of Bonaparte’s death arrested the att< ntion of tlie world,* and gate a different tone to conver sation. But least I should occupy the columns of your paper to too great an extent, f will rtonce state the weighty matter on which 1 wish in f< emotion vwlt.fi very great conciseness. Mr. Pleaamfs, I en'rest you, tell me and yonr coun try customers g m rally wliat is a sq_ueeie ? ffotvvithstnnding all that 1 have heard on this matter (and I have liurd much) I am perfectly jl- • u^^^vh'it it can be. In one tbing I am Very that tlic people of tlie piucc like it very Weil, whatever it is: and yet from til • received meaning of the term squeeze, I should think it no very pleasant affair. You would smile, i-ir, were I to detail all the con jei:tur» tt that I have formed on this subject Sometimes it has occurred to me that it might !>o a mechanical engine of very great force on M>me n »vel construction, which (like Mr. Red henfer’s perpetual inolion-machine) was run ning the good people of Richmond crazy. But several tilings that I hoard were so inconsistent with this supposition, that I « ns obliged to J drop it, nnd take tip with another, and another, lostnsl was in the boundless maxes ofconjectur--. ' Tlie thing tliA* of all others most sat isfied oiy iniittl t '' is. As I lay mrditatingonen:ghtv< ry p.ofo'ir lly on the na urc and possible qualities of n if/ufrze. it suddenly occurred to my mind tint V' en I was a little hoy nn overseer of my father's was accustomed every Saturday night to go to ll’t» hr.u <; of a poor neighbour as he said “ to tqueeze the girii'* that is, as he, in Ins vn}gsr tv. v, i xplnined it to me, " to hug them’' 4(iiia then, x.ys 1 to myself, is the ve* r tnmg. Crowds of people, according to a previous understanding* on the subject, assem ble, of t h one sex to ei/ueeze, ami of the othi r No he $/wceted Tiie only imjmrtant difficulty on this Supposition is, thst I understand ladies of almost all ages, maids, widows and wives go to the erjttecze. lint I realty do not know, r.nn si lorin.r all the phenomena of the sex, whether this is an objection to the hvpothesis or not. If I am wrong >lr P. set me right, or ftt le isi for tlio sake of kind hush-mds ^like myself) Jell tl.c puhlin, where the tiling is to be seen. \uitr frictul as jou behave, RUST fCtr9. * T.y the way Mr Pleasants, who is the world f From the IVstKLr /’eoixtee. BIU riSH REUNION. The religion of the Hritinh government, ns well as its devotion to liberty. has been a fruitful theme of eulogy. An orator In Con gressti* is said to have sat down and tried, bec.aiu**: wc were at war with this bulwark • Mr. Randol/iA, 'jf ’Ik- A/i'M—he spoke of the great ‘hhigs it had done foe religion in India_ Until tlie declaration of war for our seamen impressed, we never understood that Ureat Britain htd more religion than other nati j o»is;b»t would lie glad to believe it even now, [ truding-it would lead her to justice £k peace. I hat country has been the scene of the •nost !>i t» r persecutions for religious o/iini on—and now, ibis very day, m Jan. 1813, the government is less tolerant than any o thrrin t/ie civilized world, tint of the Bra zih, and the Spanish cort-.s or Urgency, ex cepted. This assertion Is not rashly haz.ir dcd. Ir can be sustained by indisputable facts ; and should sink deep in the minds of the pious. I reneat it—there is no gov ernment in Europe, that of Turkey 3c Spain excepted, so intollcrant ns the government of IS rent Britain, in religions n flairs. Vol umes of acts, like thpse mentioned in the ’ ote below, might he e l ected to shew the outrageous spirit that influences her national church, without even alluding to the Cut/io lie a of Ireland ! There is nothing more notorious than that religious persecution was the great cause of the rapid settlement of that - portion of .1 rncrica, which now forms the United States, and particularly so of the o untrv north ol the Potomac. For conscience-take, our an cestors left their homes and cn^e^-the trackless ocean, to sit themselves diWvm in Jjje wilderness, among wild nun and wild beasts, more tolerant than the national priests of the old world. The history of the \ arious sects that inhal'd this free country, is Continually interlarded with prisons, dun grans, chains, whippings and death—because they worship thy Living (iou according to the dictates of their own Hearts ; noth ingelsc. The illustrious Pmn,\ the Solon ol the new world; and who, in fabulous times, would have been regarded us a divi nity for the excellency of his institutions— whose rule of conduct was “peace upon earth and good will to mankind,” did not himself escape the lash of persecution— With a patient and persevering spirit, and internally supported in the mighty work l»e fore him. he emigrated to America, and o pened t lie door of friendship and hospitality toad peaceable men, of all sects and per suasions. 1 he most of the colonies were settled from the sa^ie moth eg that in.hien ce.J t at great man H.w then is T. gla d ihc ‘'bulwark of our religionV* Her op pressions planted n ligion in itneiica. In page loO oi V l I of tut Wkf.kly I Kkoistkh, is an exposition of the state of tile Britiah national church—to'which I refer t he rea ler for many lntere-ing par ticulars, us well ;.s f »r si sie rc marks on ca tabtUhcd religions, in general ; a.hioh, ot what nature or kind soever thev be, 1 con sider^Jie chosen curse of mankind. re the Britiah, as individual*, much ere (lit is due fur their civil and religious insti tutions. Nor w ould I have it supposed that while their natijnal church .s reprehended, a censure is intended to be cast on tlu: fieo file that adhere to it. The great body of them are conscientiously bnur}<l so to do— and while we exercise the liberty of ihink~ ing for ourselves, heaven forbid that we should refuse it to others. It is with theg-o vernment that weaic at war; & whose in consistencies we have often attempted to expose. As for instance—we have said, that while all the national priests of Great Britain were praying lustily for the down fall of anti-christ (as thru cal! the Pofic and the Unman catholic religion) king George's bodyguards were stationed at Home for the protection of the “Holy Father his ar mies are fighting in Sfiain, as thev say, for the Catholic religion, nay, for the very in quisition itself—but it is almost criminal to firoftaa that faith in Irelantf. r is in India, that nrifu/i [i^vernmental] religion, as well as UbrrW), i™e>t elucida- 1 ted. Let us hear the Rev. Dr. Claudiusj Buchanan, author of an admirable work cal cd “ Christian Researches In Aaia,” ami otlu-r celebrated tracts. VV c were often in distinctly informed of the things lie speaks of—and his testimony’ is true. Many millions of the British king’s sub jects in Aal1, worship an idol called Jug gernaut. Jt is no excuse ♦that the Indiana are devoted to the ob-cetie and cruel cere i monies of this modern Moloch ; for the wor [ ship is sanctioned by the government of In I dia, by law, and an immense revenue deri ved from it.—Thus are murder and idolatry \ LEGAI.I7.kd. The Britiah are less scrupu lous than the Jevt*. Judea Iacarlot would have returned the thirty pieces of silver_ but they said, it was ** the price cf blood,” and refused them. The fallowing are extracts from Dr. Buchanan*a journal of a tour to the temple of this ido — "Wc know that we are approaching Jug *' gernaut, (and yet we are more than fifty “ miles from it) by the human bones that we “ have seen for snftiw day* strewed in the •• way.” “ This idol has been justly called " the Moloch of the present age, and he in “justly so named, far the sacrifices offered “ up to him by self-dcvoti n are no* less 11 criminal, perhaps, not l< numerous, than “ those recorded of the Moloch of Canaan. “ I he walls of the temple are covered with “ indecent emblems in massive and durable “ sculpture/’ “ Thegrand Hindoo festival of the Rut: “ J ittra takes place on the tfiih inst. when “ the itlnl is to be brought forth to the peo “ pic. I resided during my stay in the “house of James limiter, Esq. the cotnfia “ m/n collector of tu - on—1 have “ returned home from witnessing a scene “ that I shall never forge*. At 12 o'clock “ this day. it being the great dav of the feast, “ the idol was brought out of his temple a “ midsr the acclain itions of hundreds of “ thousands. 41J he throne of the idol was “ placed on ^j^g^sixty feet high, whose “ msrsy wl^^Hfcnfed the ground as they “turned 1 Vj^jpiidcr the ponderous ma “ Chine. Af:<?^^ few minutes the car stop \ It ii with firiHe that 1 acknowledge mtj ancestor*, were feUo-w emigrant* with l»enn. I Editor. ,, ^,e^' an'^ *l>o Wf>rship began ; a high j ^ pr'e^t pronounced obscene verses In tfv* u cars of the people, who responded in the |( sa,ne strain ; a pflgi'im now announced t ^,at ^ie was ready to offer himself a sacri lo >d'‘I ; he hud himself down lie u f«re l*,e car» Hl*d was crushed to deitli by tt tile w heels of the tower—and great num bers are annually sacrificed in the same wav.** 1 he author minutely describes other hor rid sacrifices and infamous scenes, and says —“ 1 lie characteristics of Moloch’s wor “ ship are obscenity and blood.” ^ Dr. Buchanan fives an exact statement of the annual expettces of the idol Juggernaut, pre si nti-d io the British government." It amounts to 89,616 rupees, or £8,702 sterling. “ In the third item amounting to £1.25U)—the naget or hi* tcrviintt, arc inrlmlcd the wages of the ° mu i i.zans who are kept for the service <f the temple /”—" The tempi.- of Juggernaut is un der the immediate controul of the Kn''lish gu v> rimici.t, who levy a tav on pilgrim* as * source of revenue /*’ The offiei xl title of the act tor i lie government of this temple is, “ A regu lation for lev-ing r. tax from pilgrims retorting to the temple of Juggchsau r, and Joe the su per I N T E N n A N C E AND M A V A C C M U -V T O e i nr. iknipi.e.’- [Here the “snpcrintcndjr.ee” an 1 “ management” of the worship of this idol, m*s exp^tsuly provided for j—and the “ agreea ble society ’ (tho aforesaid Mr. Hunter and the military officers stationed there to superintend and m mage the inilu r) that Dr. Buchanaii was J m, were so accustomed” to the horrid seen s .that lie wjinessetl, that they were little moved by them. He furthi r s.ivs—I feel it my duty ’ to state, that these idolaters are our own sub jerfs; and tliatev ry one \\ lio rondo it, pay* t <l tribute to the British government for Igaoe 4 f° worship this id-.I! I'liis is c.»ll d the re. ^ venue <d dt,- temple; and a civil officer, tup “parted by military force, is appointed t • col lect the tax from pilgrims resorting to the | temple* of J aggersaui ! Other temples in ( Hindost in have been long considered as a legi timate siui ce of revenue There i» no pa rallel for th.s high abomination in the history’ o‘ 'he Christian world# fiime appear to t>e several other similar tern* p>es n Hindostan, alike superintended, and ma naged by die British government, to raise a re venue. One is within eight miles of Caltutta ! ror rnanv highly important particulars we reler the reader to the work itself-—which is v* II Worthy an attentive perusal. i tie piety ol Certain people in the Km stern states fiitcd out a religious mission to India, I no eicillcnt men, Messrs. Judsoi. and New c'.l, with heir wives, sailed from Salem on this laudable business in February last, well fitted tor the arduous duties before them. They ar rived sale in India—but Hi* government imme diately ordered them hack, and they have ro tu. o d home. The revenue of Juggernaut must | not be unhinged / No i e.—Kx.ract from tlu* " RvingtTicil Mi Kaj,n(,i for Doc. 181J,” published in Lon don “ Prosecution according to law.—Ail account ol the proceedings of tlie general quarter s s sutris of the p ace for the county of llei ks, held at Heading, Jan. 16, 1811, on t lie appeal ofWil iia.ni Kent, against a conviction of W 1$. Price, esq. in the penalty of £20 for teaching and pray ng in a meeting or convention held in an iininlm (ted house, in other manner than ac cording to the liturgy of the Church of Rug land where five persona or more were present. —['Ve extract tins act fn in a report, taken in short h ind, h\ Mr. Gunccy, and printed at Heading by M. Cowlade and Co.] "1 i Sept. 1810, a few persons of the late Mr. Wesley's Society, (commonly called Method ists) living iu M»e par ish-of Ch ildry, Berks, pro Cured a house to ie licensed, agreeably to the act of toleraton, wnich was duty certified in the registry of ih« bishop of Salisbury. "In this house Mr. Wesley's preachers ntten ded, and preached once every Sunday ; and in the morning and evening, some of the congre gation held a prayer iTtce’ing. "On Sunday, Octob r ‘21st, William Kent, William franklin, and others, assembled in the evening for prayer and singing hymns. At this in ‘ctiiig Margaret Partridge, a servant of the reverend .Mr. Beaver, Lawrence Belcher, ami John Burt, a con stable and Others of tbrir par ty attended: hut did not join in prayer l<y kneeling with the rest. In the ensuing week, the reverend Mr. Hea ver laid an information before W. Price P.sq. under the conventicle act (of Ql Charles II. > against William Kent-, and William Frank'in; who were both convicted of t'-aching and pray ing, and fined in a nenalty of £ 20each Mr. Kent having refused to pay the money, a dis tress warrant was issued on the eighteenth of December, by virtue of which John Buck dis trained a bouse of Kent’s, which was sold by auction, Dec. 34th. Kent bought his house for £ 25, which money he paid to the constable; who, aft r deducting expcnccs returned to Kent the overplus. ” Laws of the United States. AN ACT Supplementary to the net, entitled n An net fur the more perfect organization of the ar my of the United Statu." BE it enacted by the Senate and Hottre of\ Representative* rf tht United State* of America, in Contra* assembled, That the President of tiie United State* be, and he is hereby autho rised, by anil with the advice »nd consent of ttie Senate, to appoint one additional major, to the first regiment of dragoon*, the regiment of light artillery, eacli regiment of infantry, and the ritlc regiment, in the army of the Uuut d States, who shall resetve the like pay, rations, forage, and other emoluments, n« otfi er* of t!» same grade and corps of the present military establishment .‘tec. 2 Andie it further enacted, That there he appointed, in manner aforesaid, one-thud lieutenant, to each troop of comparv, in tlu army of ti e United State*, who, if or ccval \, or light dragoon*, shall reci ive the monthly pay, of thirty dollars, and of other corps twen ty-tliree dollars, and be allowed the same fo rage, rations, an I other emoluments, a* second lieutenants of the samp corps to which U>»y lit long. See. .1. And hr it fuWter enacted. That ther< he allowed to each troop or company, in the army of the United Stan**, on- additional ser j-ant, who shall receive the Ulo* pay, clothing, rations, and other emoluments, as s -ijeants ot the present military establishment % See. 4. At.tf be it further exacted, Thtit in ci Jc,k to complete ito^^«tci mili'ary establi-ihnu nt to the luli ;l(1 hy law, with tha (fi eateft p'>*^L^^Kipatch, there shall be paid to each efit-c^o bodi d man, who shall be duly enlist^epice of the U. State ?, aiter tlie first '’s^'^W'rWjruarv next, to serve lor the term of liWrffrs, or during the war, an advance of > wen’ y -four dollars on account of" his pay in addition to the existing bounty, one half of such advance to be paid at the enli.it* m-nt of the recruit, and the other hall' when he '■Indl he mustered, and have joined some mill* taiy corps of -he United Slates for service ; and u bounty of one hundred anil sixty acres of land, as heretofore established by law. •Sec. 5. At.ii he it further enacted, Tha* the commissioned officers who shall be employed in the recruiting service, shall be entitled to receive for every effective able bodied man, ""■’<> shall he duly enlisted, after the first day ot February next* by them for the term of five yca-s, or during- the war, and mustered, and between the aj cs of eighteen and forty five v ears, the sum oi four dollars : Provided never thclets, 1 hat this regulation, so far as respects •he ago of the recruit, shall not extend to mu sicians, or to those soldiers wlm may rc-enlist into tne service: .Ind provided alto, That no person* under the age of twenty-one years shall be cntUted by any officer, or lit:Id in Mk ser vice of the United States, without the ^w»nt, in writing, oi his parent, guardian, or master, first had and obtained, if any he have; and it* anv o dicer .-.hail enlist any person contrary to tli • true intent an-.l meaning of this act, for e very such offence he shall forfeit and pav the amount ©fill.: bouniy and clothing which tha person so recruited may hr»vc received from tins public, t o he deducted out of the pay and emu luments of such officer. t ^ec- *>• •ind he it Jurther enacted, That it s'all helaw ii.l for any person during the time he may be p rfm-ming a tour or militi i duty, to enlist in tin- regular army of the United States, and flu' recruiting officers arc hereby autho rized to enlist any ‘.mcIi person in the same manner, and under the s .me regulations, as if In: were n<>t performing su-h militia duty; and ewrv person who shall enli while performing t< tour ol militia d<uy as aforesaid, "shall be t!i r -hy exonerated from serving the remamder of ixidlour; ami the states to which lie may belong shall not be r< <juir d to furnish any other person to serve in Id# stead. II CI. VY, Speaker of the House of h’ipreientative** Wm. H cRAWFOItn, President of the Senate, pro temhore: January 20, 13io. Api'kuvlu, JA UCS M ADISOKv an ac r Supplementary to an act, entltli d^Auftic ;« pro* di* for calling fogth Uns L' ‘ “** the laws, suppress invasions, ” and forte for those purpo^^™ pay of Volunteer and .Militia E li it enacted by the Senate ami of Representatives (f (he United Congress iiftsen A w erica, in in every case i-i which a court in rt'ial sl^^L have adjudged and determined a fine r£airet|* "<? any officer, non commissioned officer, inusic^, an, or private, of the militia, for any of th<3| causes specified in the act to which this act js^S a supplement, or in the fourth section of au * act, entilh d, “An r.ct to authori/.e a detarli- ^ ment from the militia of the United States ; ’»M :.ll such fines so assessed shall b r rtitwv4 'togflj the (Comptroller of the Treasury ol the United States, in the same manner as the act to whtifijfeVA this is a supplement directed the ^umf .to ijtr‘ ■ certified to the supervisor of the revel Sec. 2. .ir.d be it further exacted, marshals shall pay all fines which have* vied and Collected by them or their deputies, mi hr the authoritv of the in referred to, into tiie Treasury of St tes, within I rec ived the same, dedurtitnr five r-i«Q&dtpT}"'i for th ir own trouble ; and in t us, of failji»re4 A shall he .the duty of the Compt t ol I ctK&t Treasury to frive notice to th- ' of the Unit ' ■ <1 j the said marshal in tlie district court by <it« taehment for recovery of the same. See. 3. And be it further enacted, Thai tlRfc', n-.m commissioned officers, musicians awf ’pF- V vales of the volunteer and militia corps, wf'o$«j subsequenttA the thirty-first day of D cemberfl c.;rl.tcen hundred and twelve, jhull have heen^ orrruv hereafter be called out, while in the service of die United States, shall, durinp the continuance ol the pre«ent war between the u* niUd kingdom of (Jreat fSritain and Ireland, Et the dependencies thereof, and the United States of America, ami th« rtenilories, l»e entitled to and receive the s ime monthly pay, rations, and forage, and he furnished with the same camp equipage as are or maybe provided hy l iw for the non •commissioned officers, musici ans anil privates, of the army of the United States. H. UUAY, Speaker oj the Haute cj Representatives. tV m. II. CHHWFOHO, President ojthe Senate Let, ttinbore, February 2, 1813, A rr roved. JAMFS M ADISON. A* ACT For the relief of Jared Shalturk He it enacted by the Senate and Ilovte of Re pretemalires of the United Statet of America ,* Congrrtt Attemhied, Tint there be paid to .fa red Shattuck out of any monies in the Treasury, not otherwise appro pt iated, the sum of thirtv thr»-e thousand eigdit hundred and sixty four dollars vid fry-five cent*, the amount decreed o» '.it li ird of March, one thoUie.it l cisflit hundred and »'<*, hy the. supreme court of the United States, to the said Jxted Hhattuck, for hi* d:iinae-s in on inin-ilde nit against lieutenant Mnley, master of the United State* at!,oo nr Fxpr • ,mcnt, nhoae appearance was ent red erd defence c'o iteted by the attorney of the United S'atc% !n . t- !i*»rirt of I'em syt vat i^.ii- pur nance * instruction* ('iven to him fron, tV executive of the U-tiU l S;at, s, in th* <: »p’U,e by said Matoyoftln ship Mercator, in li.. y. ir eighteen hundred ; and also t!,e intcr c«» a. sir percent, oil th* stun of twenty-fi>« tliou-tud f'V hundred and «fven'en dollars md fort- .,our e-nts, from the third day of Mavcn, one thousand cietit hundred atul six. n. CI.AY. Speaker ef the TTourt of Representntirce% vvm. if Chany fokd. President of the Stnmic hro tempore, February J, Iri.i. * *rr*omi( dAM16 MADISON.