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FIELD OF BATTLE. night—the combat's rsge it o’er. The watch fire* blaze from hill to hiU, The bugle note it beard no more. Bat all is solemn, bush*dj aud still! Save where some faint and mournful tone, Swells on the miduight breeze, n dying moan. How chang'd the scene, where morn beheld, A gallant host iu bright array ; 'While martial notes exulting swell’d, To oheer the brave on danger’s way; And hope and valor bade the pulse beat high, Thrill'd the warm heart and fired his kindling eye* How the pale baaing* by moonlight shed, A field of blood disclose. Where on their ehill aud lowly bed, The martyr’d brave repose. And the dead calm, the desolate suspense With nameless horror chills the shuddering sense Thousands are here who sprang to arms, When the shrill clarion peal'd the strain, By danger's eall or glory's charms, Ne ’er to be reus'd again : Ec’n now, while shades aud stillness reign, A viewless band are near—the spirits of the alain. Wheucc came that deep tremendous sound, Wliei.ce broke that flesh intensely bright; Bursting the midnight calm profound, A cannon peal disturbs the night : ’Tis past, and deeper, is the gloom, And all again is silent as the tomb. Glancing by fits on shiver'd steel, A quiv’ring light the moon beams throw. And thro* the Woken clouds reveal Full many a sight of death and woe ; Gleaming oa pallid forms around, Stretch'd on the soldicr'a bier, the cold and dewy ground. Midnight and death o’er all the soil, A fearful deep repose hare spread ; Worn with long hours of martial toil., The living slumber with the dead, Nor hear the wounded faintly sigh, Nor dreaia of those who round them bleed and die. Rest, slumberers, rest! the morn shall wake ; And ye to arms again shall rise ! Zaur sleep the clarion call shall break, And (ife and hopes shall fire your eyes ; But, oh f what thousands strew the battle plain, Whom dsy spring ne’er, shall wake, nor war-note rouse again. '-!SaL"-- .x From the National Intelligencer. POLITICAL, CONSIDERATIONS. No. I. The tost news from France, by way of Eng land and Halifax, baa relieved the public mind from its embarrassing’ suspense. The most as* tonin'.iny events are announced; and rum the particularity andc. piousness of the details, we are bound to believe them. Light minded individuals will have their jests on the occasion—blind partisans will make mer 3V. hut it is for men of wisdom and refl-ction in >is country, to consider with seriousness how the imerests of the U. States may be affected by these extraordinary occurrences. What was the precise cause of Bonaparte’s overthrow and degradation i—whether it was his invasion of Spain, Ins alliance with the Aus trian family, his clemency to conquered sove reigns, or his invasion of Itussia—may well be left for enquiry at a more leisure moment. The American politician will be more usefully em ployed in surveying the actual condition of Ku* tope, snd drawing rational inferences as to what may he the result for ourselves. If, indeed, G Britain had, herself, achieved the dethronement of Napoleon, the prospect for the w ir'd, and for the commercial part of the world in particular, would be highly alarming Something, undoubtedly, is to be ascribed to the resoilrr.es and the policy of the British— but it is Alexander, the Emperor of all the Kussias, to whom w« are to look for the aveng er of Ins nation and the victor of Bonaparte.-— The Austrians, the Prussians, and the Swedes, performed their part; yet in all likelihood they Would have faltered in the pursuit, had they itot been accompanied by the Hussian monarch, who baa certainly been, throughout, the back bone of the Coalition This circumstance off. rs a hope to mankind, that Grcat-Briiain will not be able to run riot over the world at pleasure_ trampling on the rights of other States. I lie character of Alexander always invited confidence And his conduct, as represented bv the latest foreign advices, entitles him 10 all i>ur esteem. Itis sentiments are, in fact, the same as those of the most virtnous andenlight ened Americans, ffe proclaimed, on entering Paris, that “ tor the happiness of Europe, France ought to be great and strong ” This is precise Jy the on inion of the friends of freedoom and independence in the U. State*. Let France re gain sufficiently respectable to form a balance the powar of Great Rrit&in, and whether a Uourhon or a Bonaparte occupies the French throne, is perfectly immaterial It is very gra tifying to find suen a strict coincidence of ideas between the F.mprror Alexander and the most aide of onr statesmen. In truth, there ia nothing in the late intelli gence disparaging to the cause t*f our country, [lie surprising transactions which it commiiiii it* may, upon the whole, prove beneficial —. fc maritime encroachmei is of Kn^land have Abten tolerated, because Great llntain pro jjMobea| Combatant chiefly for the right* I PFoal ions } and apprehensions ol ►miration made the states of F.u cei tam acts of violet) e on the part sit, which thev would otherwise l.ov# an<* punished. The charm is now dis *Solved—Bonaparte is no mor<^^, be dreaded_ -*Hi» name will no longer aeWT.Air a rallying Word, to unite nations for objects subservient tlie desire of England. If she presumes to »et herseli up m future asdictatres* in comrner. cial mailers, she win stand unmasked and en tirely alone. from the Baltimore American. DltAVE MEN. Tl»« horrible destruction of St. Sebastian is a most rexatioas Circumstance to tbc partisans of England—They do not know how to get over it, or how to palliate the enormity——The late transaction by thesame sort of people at Damp ton, hsa c •nnrmed the former with an authors, ty that cannot be denied—The unfortunate fe nudes of that part ot Virginia, Whilst they hvt, Itavc causa to remember the atrocious nets \ i committed by the Bulwark men, and make them believe all they hear of what waa done in Spain. But the advocate* for Rowland tell tu, that auch things are the fortune of war, and that the British commanders are brave men f It is not their bravery of which we complain, but their cruelty-Alas!-History is full of such brave men. We can now only mention a few of them. Marius and Bcylla were brave men t and so were Atilla and Alaric—Tilly, who, in the thir ty years’ religious war in Germany, sacked Magden burgh, waa a brave man ; and so was Suwarroff, who stormed Ismail, and put 30,000 Turks to the sword. It may be said, that they were only Turks, but he soon after massa cred >30,000 Christians at Warsaw, far defend ing the liberty of Poland ! —In comparison with this human butcher, Tecumseh the Indian was an angel of innocence—yet, we recollect, when this Suwarroff was a prodigious faiorite with the Cnglisli partisans in this country, when they nattered themselves in the hope that he would conquer France—They “ remember to forget” tliis circumstance, and loudly talk of Bona parte's invasion of Russia and the taking of Mos cow—but every one knows, that he did not burn that city—it waa destroyed by its barbarous Governor. U la readily acknowledged, that England has produced many good and great men, but her annals are also d isgracevl by the bloody deeds °*'he kind of brave men now reprobated 1 he virtuous portion of England laments, and ever will lament, the abominable cruelties of their brave men in India, where were either slain •r starved to death, millions of Hindoos, the most innocent race of men on the lace of die globe—and yet these enormities were commit* ted by men calling themselves Cltristians, and commissjondd by “ the Bulwark of Religion !” We shall only mention one other brave inaa of England, Lord Nelson—We poi it to his barbs' rous conduct, in company with 44 his dear U* dy Hamilton,” in the atrocious murder of seve" ral hundreds of prisoners in the bay of Naples —All the historians of this brave man have gli ded over this abominable deed, except South'* ey, and be, lor State reatont, touched it as gent ly as he could, ascribing it to the Circtun witchery of the Lady, who then held the naval hero in her silken chains, whilst her husband and hit wife were both alive—but these brave m*;n, it seems, are privileged to commit every iniquity, & still to be Heroes.—Our vulgar sort ot notions of Virtue and Religion are lost in die false spendor of Uieir bloody deeds ! Fortunately lor the honor of the country, an other Englishman, Captain Townbridge, had the noble fortitude to behave lilre a Gentleman and a Christian, and to save die lives of a num ber of other prisoners who had fallen into his power—Yet this humane Seamen is now only a half-pay Captain, whilst the ferocious Nelson was mane . Lord, decorated with ribbons, and gratified widi a large pension at the expence of the nation.—Such, reader, are the distinctions awarded by Statesmen—poverty and obscurity to humanity—honors and riches to barbarity ! NOTICE. I AM authorized to state the Revd. Mr. Jofcn Urquhhart has opened SCHOOL at Captain Richardson's, adjoining the Washington Hen ry Academy, in the County of Hanover —The price of tuition will lie twenty-five dollars a year, for Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, English Grammar .- and far the Greet and Latin Lan guages and the Mathematics, ail or any of them, thirty five dollars a year, payable quarterly ui advance. Captain Richardson will accommodate twelve studi-n's with board, washing and lodging, at r ghty dollars a year, payabe in like manner, quarterly in advance. Boarding may be had, also, in several genteel families in the neigh borhood of the Academy. The situation is re markably healthful. JOHN D. BLAIR. June 6,—lawSw. Just Published, In one Vol. in boards, accompanied hy a vol. of 52 pages of Engravings, A HAND BOOK FOR CAVALRY, CONTAINING THE FIRST PRINCIPLES or CAVALRY DISCIPLINE, founded on RATIONAL METHOD. Intended to explain, in a familiar and pr act tea manner, the Management & Train ing of the HORSE. AND THE INSTRUCTION, DISCIPLINE AND DUTIES or V. S. LIGHT DRAGOONS; Confirmable to the established elementary dis. cipline oflntantry, for THK U. S. MILITARY FORCE. And (he latest Improvements in the Modern Art of War. FY COL VVM DUANE. Adjutnut-Cleiiet-al in the Army of the U. S. I'RICE S3. Orders addressed to Mr. James Wti* *on, Printer, Philadelphia, will be attended to. Orders Irotn Rooksellers, for any number, ac companied by cash will be attended to, and a discount allowed p.oportionate to the number purchased. rtf' The Hand-Book for Caoahy wiU he for rule at S. Pleasants* Bookstore, Richmond, in a /'<*« days. lOw. 20 Lots. For Sale, on the Premises, on Wednesday, the i5lh instant, TWENTY HANDSOMELY SITUATED faiits of LAN I), ADJOINING Mr. J. W Pleasant* and Solo. nuui Marks, near tbe Hrook road, on a er-dit of 6 and 12 montbs.—These Lots will be sold, wituout reserve, with the liberty of the purchaser taking one or more A plan of the said !#ots may be seen at the Merchants* Coflee House. TIIOS TAYIAIR, Auct’r. Richmond, June 9. MAKS. Just received, and for Sale, at S. Pleasants* Book. Store, Richmond, MKLLLSH’s maps Of Canada, The United Staten, and 2'tic American Goad, II ay-Market for Sale. THAT highly improved and plenum seat in this City, called HAY-JAAlIKET, will Ik ofRpreil for Stiff to the highest bt liter, on a ere dit of 6,12 and 18 months. Th' sale "•i’l take place, on the premises, at 4 o’cl ock on Thurs day evening the 16th insL under the nianat^ ment of TIIOS. TAYLOR, Auet’r. Richmond, June 10 VALUABLE L * i'S AT THR BOWLING G R R E N, For Sale. WILL be Sold, at Public Auction, on Wed nesday the 22d ins*, at 4 o’clock in the afternoon. Eighteen valuable LOTS of Ground most eligibly .-.ituited on the main stre.-t a*, th Bowling Green, about 1 mile troin the .M. rlcet* House- each lot being fortyfiect front, and ex tending hack 150 feet. TERMS of Sale—One third payable in 12, one third in 18, and the remaining third in 24 months. Notes with approved endorsers, pay* hie ar.d negotiable at either of tne Banks'in Richmond, will be required. THUS. TAYLOR, Auct'r. June 9th. LOST OK iUISL Vll) On the Main Road between the Town of Man cha ter Cr the lower part of Amelia County, A Newspaper, rf the folds of which were contained; two merchants* accounts, a receipt of Mr. A, Davit* the print** and as well as I can reco.lect about 300 dollars in Bank Notes. Th« finder, on delivering the con tents to me in Charlotte County, or to Mr. J mes Clarke jr. ia Manchester, shall be li* berally rewarded. ROBERT HARRIS. June 4. (2 w.) NOTICK BY power of Attorney executed to me by George Penn, bearing date the 15th day of December 1812, and of Record in the County Court of Chesterfield, to secure the payment of a certain suns of money therein specified » and cost, I shall on Saturday the 18th day of this month, proceed to sell" at Zacbariah llrooks* Tavern in the town of Manchester to the high est bidder for cash, a Tract of Land in said County containing by estimation fifty-three and two third acre* and bounded by the lands of Benjamin Matcher and other*. THOMPSON BLUNT. Chesterfield, June Tth, 1814. lr>H) Lottery Tickets IN the different Northern Lotteries, can be had at the Baltimore selling prices, at THE SUBSCRIBER'S ESTABLISHED Licenced Lottery Office, Where lately several capital prizes have been sold to residents of this city, and the cash paid in advance. Negotiable notes, acceptances, or prize tickets of other Lot teries will be received in payment for tickets —Bank notes of other states, will be dis counted and exchanged—prizes paid as soon as drawn—Any orders for tickets from the country (f>ost paid) will be attended to, and the earliest information of the fate of tickets will be given—All tickets examined gra tis by J. B. KURSHP.IDT, A few doors below the Bell Tavern. June 3. tf. COTTON. ABOUT 5,000 WEIGHT OF Prime S. Carolina COTTON, IN SASX8, > Well suited for lleuil, by WM. PATTERSON. May 31. Valuable Land for Sale. On Wednesday, the 22 d day of June, being the day before JimeLui Court, THE SUBSCRIBER will offer for Sale, to the highest Bidder, (upon the Premises,) that valuable Tract of LAND, in the County of Amelia, formerly the residence of Alexander Jones, deceased, lying between Deep and Bea ver Pond Creeks, and extending from one to the other. There Is in the whole Tract, 1030 Acres, upwards of 400 of which are standing in valuable Wood and Timber—upwards of 100 a cres of which are flat and of great value—The residue is open land and in good heart, well suited to the culture of either corn, wheat or tobacco. The improvements are such as ought to satisfy any person disposed to purchase for a residence, consisting of a neat and comforta ble dwelling house, with all necessary buildings for farming, &c. The subscriber invites gen. tlemnn who may be disposed to purchase, to view the premises, tort ther with the growing crop, before the day o: sale. Terms of sale made known on the day. JOHN TOWNES, Mount Plat. Amelia, May 28. 1811 4w LAJND FUtt SALE. \17ILL be sold, on the premises, to the high. ; v es' balder, tor euh, on the 17th day of June, 1814, according to a decree of the Su" peri or Chancery Court of Williamsburg, sub pended in part by a decree of the Superior Chancery Court of Fredericksburg, so much of the LAND now occupied bv Thomas Rowane, known by the name of CABIN POINT, lying »n the County oi Westmoreland, as will be suf ficient to raise the Bum mentioned in the first dctiee, with the expcncet of Sale, after deduct ing the sum of five thousand dollars mention ed in the second decree. The sale of this land h is been heretofore prevented in consequence of the advertisement not being made according to the terms of the first decree. Any person desirous to purchase will be shown the land, by applying to either of the Commissioners. May 14. HICHAKD R. PARKER. ELLYSON CURRIE. JOHN CAMPBELL. Commissioners. (eptds) NEW BOOKS, Just received and for Sale at Samuel Pleaaants’ Book-Store. The Old Bachelor t Evangelical letters i Trimmer's Sermons t Oslcrrald’i Family Bible: Letters to the Rev. Ezra Stiles Ely, A. M. Author of a Contrast between Calvinism k Hop kinsianism —By James Wilson, A M. The World before the Flood—By Jas. Mont gomcry—« f’ocin. TUB RICHMOND UNION' AIR FURNACE la now in operation. casting's" /*y brass A >TD WROUGHT-IRON WORK will also be executed at that Furnace. Orders left a*. the rurn»ce,or with Joux Pabkilu of this plact. or Fotlet & Lea in Petersburg, will be thankfully received and promptly attended to. P.VUKH1LL, SABBATON, & Go June 1.—tf l)r. Philip 8. Southall, EMBRACES this method of informing the in* _' habitants of Cumberland County and its vicinuy, that his late absence from his proles Monal situation was occasioned by imperious lrcrssity.—>He has returned with an intention of remaining prrmanontlr in Cumberland, and pro* mutes punctual attendance on ever/ call Those who. labour under the complicated pressure of diseace and poverty are requested to call on him for advice and medicine which will be furnished gratio. Bains* Tavern, Cumberland Cty, June 2,1814. ___(lmo.) bank of Virginia. iHE STOCKHOLDERS are hereby no* tifinl, that Monday the 27th of June is ap pointed for the election of Direotors of the office of Discount and Deposit to be established at Lvifch burg. Those who cannot attend in person, will be pleased to appoint proxies. By order of the President and Directors, „ W. DAXDKIDGE, Cub. May 9, 1814. To Kent, - A Three Story, Fire-proof, BRICK HOUSE, situate on * E.* or Main Street, and nearly opposite the Bell Tavern—Possession given on the 26th of the 7th Month (July.) Enquire of tile Subscriber, at the Falling Garden, or In his absence of Caleb Lowhbs. JAMES LOVVNES. Fifth Month 18th, 1814. tf. A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND. FOR SALE, LYING about twelve miles from Richmond, convenient to navigation, containing 846 acres by a late survey, lying on Bailey’s Run, and commonly known by the name of Bailey'* Tract, belonging to the legatees of Thomas I’ leas a nts, dcc’d. late of Henrico cou >ty, & bounded by the Lands belonging totiie e-.talcs of the late Bowler Cocke, Robert Pleasants, George Woodson, and others t it will be sold in three parcels. This Land is well adapted to Clover and Wheat. For further particulars, enquire of Samuel Parsons, Richmond, and i>r. Samuel Pleasants, near the Ltnd, who wm shew it to any person desirous of purchasing. ’Should it not be sold privately befire June Henrico Court, it will be sold on tnat day to the highest bidder, on the following terms, to wit: one third cash, and the other two thirds on a credit of 12 and 24 months, to carry inter est from the date, to be satisfactorily secured By the Legatees of Thomas Pleas a hts, dec'd. April 23. tds. IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE UNSETTLED 8TATE OF THE WEATHER, TUe SALE OV THE ABOVE LAND, Is Postponed, UNTIL FRIDAY THE 17TH INST. Samuel G. Adams, 18 NOW RECEIVING 100 Casks Nails, assorted, 1 Hogshead Knob Locks, 1 Do. Files, 2 Do. Tongs, Shovels and Pokers, 1 Do. Saddlery assorted, 1 Do. Tea Kettles, 1 Do. Till and Chest Looks, Butt Hinges, be. 4 Do. assorted Hardware, 50 Ton Bar Iron, assorted, 16 Baltimore Ploughs, 12 Doz. Saddle Trees, ALSO ON HAND, A good assortment of Hardware, Ironmongery, Cutlery' and Brass Wares, Bolting Cloths, Hoop Iron, Nail Rods, be. kc.-—Which are of> ared for sale, on moderate terms. Dec. 13. tf. IN THE PRESS, And will be published by the Editor of this pa per, about the 1st August next, A SECOND EDITION OF THE FIRST VOLUME OF THE REVISED CODE. CONTAINING Numerous additional Marginal JVotee^and a New and much improved INDEX. (O' The paging of the First Edition will be carefully preserved in this ; and the Volume will be about die size of the Second Volume and Supplement lately published. Jaundice Bitters, A MROTCINR extremely useful for curing jaundicy and bilious disorders, ami removing that sinking, faint and distressed feeling at the stomach, difficulty of breathing, loss of appetite, and sleepy dull heaviness in the fore part of the day, weakness and trembling of the limbs, dizziness of the head, and yellowness of the countenance, complaints so common to jaundicy and bilious people. The many cures that have been effected in N. England by the above medicine, (as may be seen by the bills) prevent the necessity of further recommendation. LIKEWISE, Wheaton’s Itch Ointment. A Medicine which will certainly cure the ITCH, without having in it any thing either dangerous or disagreeable. One bo* cures a person, and there need be no washing after the use of it, as the akin is generally left Clean and smooth. *** The Above Medicines Are for sale at the Argus Office Richmond. HOT-PRESSED Blank Bills of Exchange, For Sale at the Argue Office. Twenty Dollars Reward, RAN AW A'»% (a* I am informed, a few 4*y* before Clirisimu lart) from a free mulatto man by the name of Patterson, who liired her the list year, a net,to woman named MAUI \ MIDDLETON, belonging torne. She is a stout, full bodied woman, with large eyes, and re markable for deep dimples in her checks.— Uer countenance is pleasing when she smiles, and one of ber fore teeth ia out. She common ly wears a handkerchief on her head like a tur ban.—I will give the above re ward, and pay all reasonable expenses to any person who will tie liver her to me in this citv, or ten dollars for securing her so that I get her again. , , WM. MUNFORD. Richmond. January 31, 1814. ftf.] 03* Laud for Sale. I will sell a valuable tract of high lan^^r Richmond, containing about 150 or acres, the distance from the city is about 4 1-^ miles, adjoining the lands of John Price, Ro hert Price and Capt. Josiah Oadi right; any person inclinable to purchase, can view the premises by application to me, who will at tkesame time make known the price, JOHN H. SAUNDERS. P. S. So soon as the sale is made, there shall be notice given, and all to whom I am indebted will please apply to me for pay* meat, as the land will be sold for that pur* pose. - Henrico, March 36th, 1814s J. H. S. 00 (Just-iron Foundry. |V HE subscribers have commenced theestdb A ment of a Furnace in this place, under the firm of Parkhill, Sabbat on 8c Co. They expect to have it in complete operation about the mid dle of May next, and will thankfully receive or ders for castings of any description, which they trust will be executed with neatness and dis patch, haring procured the beat of workmen. Orders Left with Mr. John Parkhill, at his store—with Mr. P. A. Sabbaton, at the works just above the Basin on the Canal, or with Messrs. Follet & Lea, Peterburg, will be strict ly attended to. JOHN PARKHILL. P. A. SABBATON. FOLLET & LEA. Richmond, March 24, 1814. tf. Archelaus Hughes, ON THE BASIN? Hat Jutt received and tor Sale. 6000 wt. of BACON, 60 Bbls. New Herrings and 8had, i Copperas in Barrels, Verdegrease in Pods or Sacks, Fine Macca. Snuff in lb. Bottles, ' ~-j i Imperial and Young Hyson TEAS.; Russia SHEETINGS, German LINENS, &. A tew gross best Kirby Fishing Hooks. ALSO, m»e»^«I7af,nd tWe,nt* well burnt BRICKS (with wood) and twelve or fifteen hundred Bushels of Snell LIME already for Sale and delivery at the Kiln near the BASIN—An* ply as above. 1 Inly 8 Fresh Medicines, JUST received by the subscriber, a few doora below Uie Bell Tavern, and warranted genuine—via. 1001 bs. Camphor, 20 do. Opium, 200 do. Gum Arabic, best qualitvJ 20 do. Tragacanth, do. 50 do. Arrow Root, 150 do. Cream Tartar, 20 do. Gum Assafoetida, 10o do. Pulv: Rhubarb, * 100 do. do. J&llap, 20 do. do. Ipecac, 75 do. do. Pale Bark, 200 do. Yellow Bark, 150 do. Liquorice Ball, 50 do. Amatto, best, 100 do. Sweet Spts. Nitre, 30 do. Cinnamon, 50 do. Cassia, 100 do. Anise Seed, 30 do. Camomile Flowers, 50 do. Magnesia, large lump, } 20 do. do. small square C EnrlUh. 100 do. do. Pulverised \ Groce Hillock’s best Amer^ Castor Oi, 1 do. best West Indian do. 1-2 do. do. Common, do. - lOOOlbs. Pearl Ashes, Copal Varnish, Lamp Oil, &«. Together with almost a general assortment • -Drugs and Medicines, Which he intends to sell low for cash.-Or ders punctually attended to. Dec. 21. WM. WE8T, FOR SALE, at s. plkasants book-store, RICHMOND, THE NAVAL HI8TORY or THE UNITED 8TATES. From the Commencement of the Revolutionar War to the present time. By TUPS. CLARK. New Publications. JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, __ . „„ A* THIS OFFlCMi p ABER on the Holy Spirit. Life of Souvarof. Elemerru.of Geographr, or An Extensive Abridge'I ■ *'e* of the natural andartific.a1 re at urea of thevario s divisions of the r.arth and embracing those branches of St .lia tjca most intimately connected with Geographical Scienee—illustrated with Maps-Uv H Dickin v£»K*T Mt ,0r£f“ Geo7«l’h»cal and Stat.st.cnl' \ cw of Ma.sachu.efta, ko. fcc— Accompanied Ihi 4 .n*W & eX!en*,1Te ‘"f^-'etion, comprising to .kA VLn°mr C* 8n'1 other preliminarn A 33&£glZ£gm “ * *• *, U*°"£d« ®e®«p*Pl,i*» deetiniea & apprendre an* Enfant, lea F.lementa de ceue Science—Far! L. «faultier. The Christian Observer for July and Augoat. MI*. 1 he Diverting History of John Hull k Brother Jo. R lit ban. The Uride of Abydos, a Turkish Tale.—by Lori Byron. * 1 • Lewis and Clark’a Expedition. THE ACTS or tux | General Assembly of Virgin rASSRo AT THE MAY kDECKMHKll SESSIONS li. 1813. Ja$t Published by S. PlcasaMt, . May 8. U I