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NAPOLEON II. RECOGNIZED.
French Chamber of Deputies—June 23</. After a very impressive speech from M. Manuel, tiie house passed fo the special order ofthc day, that - bv the cmdifions of the abdication of his father, and by force of tiie constitution, Napulounll. has been proclaime I emperor.” As soon as this resolution was pronounc ed by the president, all the members rose, crying vice I'eoiperenr ! A message was sent to the chamber of peers, communicating this decision. Chamber ok Peeks—June 24. After Rome warm discussion, and a third reading of the message from the re presentatives above mentioned, tlie arti ticles Were successively put to vote, and pissed without 1 division.—[See the ad dress of the provision il government to the people, in thi* paper.] House or Rispreser i atives—June 25. A member moved, that it should be in serted in the journal, that rite acclamations of vive Pempereur ! wm.? unanimous, when the chamber proclaimed Napoleon II. cinp ror. M. Ditinolard seconded tills mutton, which was founded upon the most exact truth. The chamber decided/ that the words “ unanimous acclamations” should be inserted i.i the journal. Pa nix, June 25. Yesterday, at half past eight. Messieurs 8ehii'it:”'ii^'jlr^e>ison, Cmttecuntnat, La fayz*le uni Lnfnret, appointed commis sioners to repair to the head quarters of the allies, attended the provisional com mittee. They are immediately to set out for their destination. M. Benjamin Constant has been ap pointed their secretary. • From the T. an Jan Courier of June 21. Among Bonaparte's baggage was found apor tetcuille said to contain a list of his agents in different p .,-ii of Europe—n most precious prize indeed! The military chests of tlie Imperial Guard was taken. Among the prisoners, we find named ilte count l-obau, who commanded the 6thcorps, and Vandmimo, who commanded tlie 3d; Gonipans, who com i namled a division of the guard; 0 uubrone, who was' With Bonaparte at the island of Elba ; MoUtop, a general of di vision, £: the ever infamous LefcbreDesnouettes; t'amhueci cs, the son of the old conspirator, and Du Moulin, an ahl-de-camp of ll.»u:<parie. The Eagles t kcn, belonged to the 4.5th and 10th regiments, and were superbly guilt and or namented wall gold fringe. That m the 45th Was inscribed wall the names Jen*, Vusterlitz, Wagram, Rvlaii, Fried land, Ike. being the battles in which tins regiment, called tiio invincible*, has signalized itself. The other w.is a present from Louisa to the 104th regiment. One war much defaced with blo.id and d rt, as if it had been struggled fur, mid tin* Eagle was also bro ken oil* from the pole, as f from the cut of a sa bre, but it was nevertheless preserved. Several French regiments are saul to have cried vivenl les Bourbons, and offered to come over. But this was suspected to be a ruse de guer re. The charges of the cavalry, particularly of the heavy brigide, consisting of the Blues, Greys, &.c. are represented in a field of battle, and that •her tbe-ftrsi.onset tlie French cavalry could not be brought to stand its ground. The Greys srtfll-rrd very severely ; its colonel (Hamilton) fell gloriously at its head, and the two Majors (Lieut col. Clarice and Mankin) are Wounded. The chief loss of our cavalry arose from the different mode of arm ini' them from the .enemy. The cuirassiers, whose bodies are protected l»y armour, and the lancers, \. ho ;e arms areso much more powerful than the satire, possessed from these circumstances greu advantage. Many interesting particulars transpired in the debate last n.ghl. One of these shew, that the brilliant mutinies of the hero, the Duke of Wel lington adds in an eminent degree those feelings of sensibility and Immunity, that adorn the man. Nothing can he more touching tlrin his letter o the Earl of Aberdeen, upon the death of his broth- i ter sir William tiordnn, which was real by Earl! Itatluirsl in a vert excellent address to the House of lairds.* Doth Houses of Parliament vie with each other in the unanimity of their votes of thanks to the Duke,to the Prince of O range, to the oilier generals, officers and pri vates of the Hritish army. Thanks were also voted to Marshal Hiucher and to h-s armv. A very gallant anecdote was related of this great t.enei-al—In the battle of the 16th he had a fill from his lior.se, which confined him to his l>cd ; but tin* moment he heard the Duke was a*tack ed, beheaded liis troops, and led them in person to the field. 290,001)1. were voted for a mansion and citate lor the Dike—8T),00i)l. were also vo ted for captures made by the army when in the Peninsula. Mr. Forbes thought it ought to have been a million. It will probably be raised to that sum, the claims given in exceeding 390,0901. No money will he more cheerfully paid. \n article having appeared in some of the newspapers, stating that the Prince of Orange was not so Well as cotlldbe wished, the hall not having been extracted, we have authority to say tliat his royal highness’s wound was not original ly considered dangerous, the ball having passed clear through the flesh part of the arm under the •boulder. We believe the following will he found to be a tolerably scon rate statement of the Duke of Wellington's force ; the whole was divided into two corps d'armce. The first under the command of his Koval Highness the Prince of Orange, comprising the 1st 3d add 5th divisions, 1<-1 on |,v toe Henerals Cooke (of the OuanU) Mien, amf I’.cton. The second corps was commanded by General Lord Hill, and Composed of tint 2d, 4Ui and 6>h divisions; the two farmer of whim were under the ordersoI Sir H. Hlintm ac I general Minubcr —sod the 6th nominally Unit of Sw I.. CoW, who had not yet joined the army. This invincible .«id triumphant force is said to hare contained about British Rayon cots 27 VjO Herman I/-gion 5 000 Hanoverian Infantry, > _, . new levies * <, 2» (j0'} Brunswick and Nassau |/) OOO I hitch 5 000 > Belgic. 5 000 S 10 000 Total Infantry oo0 Artillery—British 30 brigades, of 6 guns each, Herman Leg;,on, Hanoveri an &c. 5 000 Cavalry—British 70,00 1 Herman la-gion 2,500 C 13 500 Dutch Svc. 3,0003 94 500 In round numbers. The British, Herman la*gion, Hanoverian, &c cavalry, consisted of it brigades, tinder the chief command of the Kail ofT'x bridge;— 1. Loru F. Somerset, 2. Punsoiiljy 3. I)oniU*r^ 4. Yandelur 5. Viv.an 6. ArautHohild 7. Grant 8. Knulorf. Lnitno.v, Ju..e ?J. Extract of a letter, dated Oxteitd, t’n 2\tt inst. The officer who <-auie over with the despatch es lk*ro Prince Itlucher, and with some personal details fn* tint informal ion of the Prussian Am bassador, ami of th - Iti’itisl) court and («<>\ em inent. is captain B'irgbsngen, a Prussian by birth, but in tile British service, and now attach ed, by the duke of York’s permission, to the ar my of prince Itlucher, and at present in the per sonal Staff of that excellent commander. This officer was present in all tiie battles, and in the pursuit of il-manu tc's flying armv by Gen. Mu low’s coqis, in tlie even.ngof the IStli. Me wit nessed the cautsjre of Tfapulcoo’s carriage by Gen. Geiiisenan, with ajfreat part of iiis personal baggage. In the carriage were found a superb military coat and hat, With several maps, plans, books, &c. Tliis was the Carriage in which lit himself travelled. The Carriage was found on the road to Chvlcmi, in front of Genappe, with thedoor open, as if it had been just abandoned — These were other carriages also belong ng to his train, in which wei-e found considerable quanti ties of money, besides plate and other valuables. flic greatest havoc was male in the pursuit by die blu--k hussars, so well known by their moHu, “ Death or glory 1” and so deservedly re I 'brited since their formation, although the can nonade was constant ami furious. Tlie dukeof Wellington’.- battle was fought principally una armes blanches ; »v;ih sword and bayonet, and was therefore so destructive. In tlie same man ner the P.11-funis fought on the previous days when llie weight of the c-mllict fell on them.— It Was on tills account that the carnage wa so i very great. The French heavy cavalry, and tlie cnirsasicrs in particular made rcpe..t<d and tre menduous charge*, wh-cli were received ami re listed by the British and Prussian infantry with a steadiness that excited die greatest admiration, till the e ieiny was ultimately compelled to re tire. Bonaparte directed the various attacks of his guards in person. On one occasion, we bel . '• about the period when Lord Uxbridge received his wound, lie and his staff were intermixed pt/e melt with some part of the duke of iVeliiiig ton’s His escape was almost miraculous. So confident was tlie duke of Wellington of taking him alive, that he nrlercd the artillery not to play on tlie eminence which as occupied by Bo naparte and his suite. The Duke and the F.arl of Uxbridge h;vl ore concerted the seizure of the leader of the Ban ditti’s person, and the glory of tlie achievement was to have belonged to the 1st life Guards. It failed chiefly from the confusion nr mun i! among the men by their gallant leader’s severe wounds, and by their not gaining the summit of tlie hill in time ; the instant their project be come apparent to the French, they were charged bv a fine regiment of Cuirassiers, and at this in •trant Bonaparte and his staff hustled off. The Life guards were, for an instant, checked in their pursuit. ’Five following anecdote will shew to what arti fices Bonaparte is driven, in order to strengthen that army which was io render him victorious over the combined powers of F.uropc. A vessel fr un Boulogne, which arrived on Thursd v last on the coast of Sussex, brings a t account that an express hail arr.vi .lat that place, demanding in the name of Bonaparte, that all tiie men wlio could be spared should be immediately forward ed to the army with a precise not.fical.on tha these men were not wanted for Held c-rvit e, hut on ly to 5-/tor,/ the p'-isonevx, the ,-i»<rf rohom wax to immense that lie could not spare sol Hers to ss care theiu.'* Liverpool, .Tunc 28. It is said that Lord Castlercagh sets oft' for Brussels this evening. In conseqenceof the great political news of this morning the funds have fluctuated greatli. On Sunday the omnium leL ofF at 8 ; this morn ing it opened at 12, and at half past twelve had dec Fined to 11 7-8,2 percent, consols fir ac count on Saturday at 52 1-2, to day 6t) 1-2. The prince regent has conferred upm the Earl of Uxbridge the title of Marquis of Angle sey. BRITISH NAVAL PRIDE, Sec. NVfiat sensibility England possesses on the .•.object of lie - navy, may be gathered from a sketch of the debate in parliament, April 21, whei 2U.00J additional seamen and 5Ui>i> marines weie voted lobe raised. “ Mr. IVhitbrrndcomplain d of the inferior manning of our ships to those of the .lu-ncant. Rather than this should happen, in t he event of renewed hostilities, he should prefer the c »ni missioning of a smaller number of ships, well a dap ted in all reipects. Admiral Hop.*. \\ e ?tn<| f miivj a ftriti^h vestal overcome -,oh*n titr-icb rl bn an erjitalforr.- • H was impossible fir us to man .40 s nl of ti. Ime, equal to .5 or 6 American ships of war._ Besides we had to provide frigates and sloops of war to protect our numerous merchantmen. Mr. b'orbet asked, whether any thing had been done for the nates and midshipmen who had served so long in his majesty’s navy. Admiral thpe replied, that every encourage ment had been given to them. About 450 had been made lieutenants, not out of favor or parti ality, but on account ot tbc.r merits aiul length ofscrvice. There was not amine deserv.ngciass of people. Mr. IVlutbreml was glad that an opportunity had occurred for tlie gallant admiral’s paying y ir.liute to tlie petty ameers of the navy. No thing could be more grateful to them than tr know, that their mt'icm bail been duly appreci ated. He bad beard, however, that there were instances in which ships had been sent to sea without their complement; and, in one case, a I gallant admiral bad .actually lerifh'tl hit mart A and sent up the account to the admiralty, tha< they might know the state of his crew fV lav h.J Mr. C'ruber did not rec dlrct any rase where y ship had heen sent on a I >re gn station short ii her complement. Mr. Whitbremlsaid, as thr hon. gcr.tlcmcn had spoken so positively, lie would inijm e, whet kt the statement* lie bud received could be corro borated. Admiral //<//«* acknowledged, tbe ship* might accident ally go to *e.i with >ut their complement but so much was it the desire of the admiralty that they should have their proper number of -eainon, that they w.Hild cull the admiral to ac count who sailed without them It was in u resolve 1, that the sum of I 354,00") should be granted to his majesty for the pay rn * So, when a British naval officer does not make out a complete excuse for capture by sto nes of** rotten masts,” a member of paHiufne it comes to Uis aid With a sweeping assertion about the superior fort ; ofournhips. lly this we mm judge that Briurt has been tut in the most vul nerable point. I low ever, she lias beaten our sail ors more than once ! in the Chr.tujieaice, by acci dent ; in Dartmoor, by design. | Our naval officers, we believe, were the first to weigh British crews j some of whom wert " found warning.”—„V. X. LeiumUuii. tor -.r.ir.; i, »r ten lunar'‘months, commencing on la-h of April. After Which till* following sums Were voted bv the committee :_l. JKJju f>r victual.ng the navy ; I 4.J.J,«f>0 for the wear of I 'k.ps; 1. ?J>,jOJ f*r uisl.tance; I. I,.ird,4i6 12s. n.1. dor salaries and contingencies ; 1. ':<J7,5J2 for 'out pay an ! annuitants. ^'‘nxmby could not suffer this vote to pass without expressing great approbation, lie adnurt-d the policy of increasing the half-pay of |<»m Haul iiIfiecM, and should have been better j pleased, it it had been to a greater extent, lie Would, however, bring that subject before the house u.i a future day. DtiyKSriC lSTTKM,itiiv\rK. Copy of a U tter addressed to Gen. Bissell and C»l. cHUler, by the Commissioners appointed to treat with the Indians. Portage de Sioux, JhIt 11. —« CaiauuSHiotiera nono'iuteri to negotiate a treaty of pease with ‘the tribes of Indians residing tipou the Mississippi and its waters, who,a£ the time of the ra tification oi'the late treaty with Great Uri tai*i. were at war with the United Stales • way in conformity tn oar instructions, no tified (nose tribes ol the peace (hat had < . i< In led and of the stipulations it contained in re gard to them selves, and at the same time invited them to attend bv a dep itutioo ol duels at that place on the sixth instant, for th* purpose of conclud ing a beatv of peace an I amity brtwee l the United Stales and themselves. “ foe friendly overtures of toe govern meat do not, however,ap>»cur to have been met l>v a corresponding disposition on the pft’-v to those tribes. i tc None d! local have vet sent forward ft s i.ricient dcjiuiati.io to treat with u*.—— 1 Several ol toeln liive nut sent a.single j man ; na; have we anv g-otunl to expect j "'ill do a !.—* And while a cunsidc 1 ruble number cf the m .st insignificant and contempt ible persons ol the Sacks and Fox es ol Kick river, have attended, without more than one chief, we have been informed ami have reason to believe (heir principal chiefs and warriors continue to cherish tuc liunt inveterate and dcu IIv hostility towards the American people and govern ment; aid that war parties Irom those tribes recently started for our frontiers, 'V’lich sta( me tit is considered the in ire priiuab • by tlie occurence o! some very late acts ot hostility (of which they have previously committed many) since they were informed of the peace.* •• Inc ICickapo’.H sent forward one chief i:d v, ami there are strong grounds to be lieve that they have identified themselves wito the ibices ann hove-; i i their late, hos tilities, and that they participate their pre sent unfriendly di,>io.si(ion. •* 1 hose three tribe* icit here privately last night, and we Kiel i our duty to state t > you, as our opinion, f iai the exertion of the military power of the government •vijl he necessary to secure the peace and safety of this country. We have tin honor lobe, o*c. (Signed) \Vm. CLA1UC. MX! VN EDWARDS. AUGUSTE CHOUTEAU. .V' ItEiiMirr', F.xr^.Tuly 10. Sir—Never *»i«l the' 'mil ins perhaps shew a more determine.I intention of hos tility t'van at present in this quarter : yes terday about $! o’clock in the evening, two privates of my company, as they were pass ing along the common road, leading from St. Charles to this place, within two miles of the fort, had t leir attention arrested Ivy the bleating of a lawn, and on turning a little that way, to which they heard the noise, discovered two Indians raise np from Iv hind a large laying down tree, about 0 yards from them, and as one of the ind a-.s was raising his gun to his face, one ot he men li ed at him, the indian fell and was seen no more, but while he was loading his gun again an indian fired at him anil shot him through his shot pouch and tlirngh the wai.ilband of his panta loons. His felio.v in arms had taken a stand behind a tree which was convenient, shot an indian >vh • ;v is ivehin I another tree loading his gun, and w'm he supposed was n dicing the other nun : lie saw him tali vein id the tree and not knowing how ma ny Indians there were made (he lwst oi their way to the fort. •Seven men then went in pur-nit of the Indians, and found the heads of three In dians behind the free, and saw where the hill which was shot at the Indian behind the tr *o ha 1 lightly touched the hark, and considerable blood, and on pursuing their trail, found some leaves which had been pat in flie wound: saw blood frequently on the tea’ll, ranking themselves too weak they gave on the pursuit for that dav. News was brought me immediately at Initi tfe island, and this day I arrived here with si': men to continue the search, hoping the wounded Indian might b : found, hut the cifl/.ens and my men here had been out early in the mommy, they could not trail the Indians far; saw the s gn of three In dians distinctly &<•, Vv m. fl Copt. Ml. mi. nv u w 'i w Hal rs \ Fr,mthlialtimorn Patriot. LATE FROM FRANCE. The '.rig Pike, captain Vickery, arrived this morning, u» .'<1 days from R cdeatut, Iiavmg sad ed in company wait lh.- Ludlow, on the 12th ofi Inly, arrived at Hos on; and having been nibbed of the latest Pans paper by the commander of a llrit bli frigate, which contained the Capitulation >f Paris to tiie Vlies, captain Vickery brings very little in addition to the intelligence by the Ludlow, We Lave been favoured with several >:ipers and letters, extracts from which, and a >urmd kept by one of the passengers in the !M:e, follow. Napoleon was re > ,rtrd to be at Rochefort at tempting tomaka fi,s escape to this country. The Pans Moniteur of July 1, contains the Pr ject of a Constitutional Act, presented by the Central Commission to the French Mouse of Re presenutlves, on the 29th of June, 1815—Count l-anjuinais, president. One of our papers contains the capitulation of die V endec:,nS, the leader of wh im has pcrmis ♦!<m to remain in P.-ance or to leave iL Furnitberl by Paooenrcro. Par,# sufrsiniwul to tiic allied under (Rliic.icran'! WclliDgion, by capitulation, the 4th of Jidv.*ii:d the French troops "I the. line; which occupied the cuinud, were to march «m of Pa ris on the 5tli, with the Imnrs .f war f then inarch to he directed unanL* NanU—nolliiiii' mentioned of I .miis the l.'lth’s n-iu.n to Uienation.il H i£ flie» tloou^hout Fiance -the military are much tlisples-ml, as well , many of the private citizens, wall '$-* conduct of l.oms the 18Ji for imnjjiu^ into the country llirtijjn invading a-outs, » » nalablislt on the tlimno ’of t ranee tire iffiirtmn t.uiiily, so much ajpunst the '"ill ol the people- There :ue man) parties in France at present, some for Napoleon 1st, Ns pot con 2*1, Prince Impert&ie, line tToMein*, ami l^uisi Idtii, each of which arc strong ; but were it not lor the allied armies the business would be immediately settled in ftvor of the imperial fa.ndy. Marshal Sotilt uiul lien. Grouchy have resigned, llordeunx is garrisoned by 4 or 5000 troops of the line, under ilic command of general! Clause!, and are reviewed every Sunday, and tlie | general cry ot “ Vtvc VHtn[tevettvt Vive Cl’rincc 1 i'Upariti!etJoton -with th - Itjurbun t‘ un,l ult t/trirfuir-' tixui f, echoes tor nigh the air—they have sworn j veog anee against any ilritisli t.snips that may en ter tiordeaux to change tlie three-colored Hug, a flag winch they are determined to support, and n > other. ■ Tins innocent and well d.spused pe.» p e ol France dre.nl the idea of a rebellion, amt are much airu.d tint every tiling Will not be set tied to please all parlies, prior to a rcvoUi . on talcing place- I'm; allied unnies wore to enter tne capital tlie 6th. &.vlruct uf a lettfr. (anilely handed to'lie editors ij the J’ulrint. dutnl *• !i<»:t i>r..vux, June, ~7. *• l believe negotiations (_the nego-j tiutiuiiH oi the live French ambassadors with ill * allies] will nut succeed, unless they consent to abandon young Napoleon. I here is a strong party tor u republic ; and one equally strong in lavol* ol the' ilukcot Orleans, who Inks no veugcauce to e xer cise ; no parties, i.unilies or individual> to |iroscrioe ; and having been an advocate tor the revolution, might c mediate the dis cordant interests which would continue to agitate France, il the old branch ol llour bous is restored, l’he latter, will,however l>e recommended and supported by the al ii^-4' and 1 beiieye will prevail. I have lit tle doubt of a sjMiedy peace on the basis of one ol the aforementioned plans of arovern ment. *• i'hc fate of Napoleon is the subject of much conjecture. Some think tie will go to the U. .States—otliers that be will pie ler England. On getting out of the river, diacovercd 4 llri tisli trip and three slitnp.s of war cruir.mg ciose hi ncit tue tairduvau light h.use—m«: commodore's slop hove out u signal tor one ol the frigates and sloop of war to chase the l*.ke to Uic weslwiuxl, whicn they did ; alter iirnig id or 2d shot at Uic Ihltc, she lime loo : on tin. fri gate coming up—.ite proved io he the lin.ish frigate llchrus ; sent her boat on board with 2 officers, 0 marines, with boat's crews unned, to seat ca lor NH|)ulcoii. Oil the h .ardaig oln ser getting on board of the I'.kc, hc'iinuiedialvly «■» ipured of the captain where Was Napoleon JioiU purle, and said tlial lie hail orders to search die brig close for him, as it was expected tliut lie would endeavour to make ins escape in some American vessel for* tlic United Shams. Muring this tuna the captain of the llchrus I tailed the Pike, atiil oidc.cvl Hie captain to get h,s boats out immediately ; otiierw.se lie v.ouid 1 iire into Inin, anusiitk. mm ; and in a short i.iue alter, nailed tiie hoarding officer and uliicnd lnnitogetUielax.it 1 lore leans New..paper that '.Vas on Ooard^ol the brig, and send ,t on b_,aiil the frigate and ne aouuljpay ior ,ti The officer un illid lately applied to Cap. a. II V'. ibr a paper ol Uic latest date, wneit the captun of the i*.ke in j foi med bin), mat lie vvouid wiUi pleasure seir.r I ‘he paper to the cap la. n of the igate, and lay hy bun until he had perused .t; at me same unic t praying that it might oe returned, a. it was me only one on board of the brig that conta.ned tire neus of Pans having cap.uualcd to U.c ull.td ar tn.es, on tiie 4ih Ju.y, and the paper winch Coii bt.ntxi the art.cles of the capitutat. n, and mat he would Wish to carry it to tue Un.ted nunc.. Accordingly the officer took the paper and pro mised to return it, nut m a abort time alter, oc U'o.oil board ol Uic lr.gua , die Capta.il Oi’ til; Ir, gale li me.1 tl.e nrig a...l .illoi n.e.l mo capta.n muthe was at l.bci .y'to make a...I, fccep.ng tiie paper. i hen the ship Belle, and brig Ludlow, was ly ing too under Jus Ice, winch he was about iu hoard and no doubt to com.ml the s.mi e roube.y, ora robbery ot a similar nature, on hoard ot cuen vessel. In the bout winch first came on Doar.i, was a French Colonel ol' Dragoon* who quit Bor deaux With the Ductless il’Aiigowieiiu-, as one of her guard—in* motive ibr conong on board 01 the orig, was to recognize N.ipmeoti’s countc nance, >n c^e ->t In* pe.iig found on board ; he hi >o sia.ed luut inc wuote oi tiicslnpj belonging to ibe squadron w.-ro iuii ol troop*, a.ui t..ai W a* in.-ir .nieiiiion u> enter the t.aroime the tbi l iWingiiay, aim land at Koyon, anil informed «au capt. ot '.ue F.kc that tlie Duchc.s d* Angouicinc was at I .a icsie, and would suorit) go on to Dor* u aux. t»u the 20th of July, lat. 40 50, N. long, 2<) 30, t\ . tlie Fike ten m witn line'large ships of war steering to tneS. ib ; aner crossing tlie bow oi the Fixe, they tacked step and made sail in chase, but lire superior .tailing m vile Fike en..** bled her to get away from them. From tiieir iniuneuvres anti had management of their ship-., there i* not tile least , hw, out what mey were Algcnncs CrUiZcr*.—,jCit them ..UiiUni0 to tiie N. iV. Nf.w-Yobk, August i 2. C.tpfure* vjj' tile Unou.—fly f|iC pi lot ilDiit u,nobler, Irbrn Sandy Hook, we learn tli it t.ie British ra/.iMi ./cfwr and a gun brig, arc crui/.ing nil- tin*’Hook, and that yesterday they raptured two vt-ssth.-, and sent them for Malibu. The firwt \>a.s (he French brig 7 rni/ir, of Naritz, from t.au ilaloupo; the other the Amnicftn bn; Hannah, from the same port and ivc.i both bound to J'it’iv-York. Four of the Ti iade’s of the Hannah** p.i-nt*ii^er-t were put on board the brig Iterompeiu e, tiound in. —=— ~gr.ign-4-* J’TJRT come to hand, a cc>M-et,en of c.nei de r deil l>y 1I1C ■ .in. 1 at. Coiht of Vii oitia, jclilofly relating to the prual bnv» of /V < v- i?«m wraith. Reported by Judges Hhoklxhuouu and , Holm£.4. Edinburg Review, No. 48. DaricV Agricultural Chemistry Sculls’ and several Ollier editions of the Itildr. A variety of Prayer Hooks. I lie frit sox volume* of an elegant Aftiercan edition of the 1,An* Classic* under the mle ol ScmrniBF.s 1Io<iani. dj' Literaiy men and the admirers of elegant typography, arc requests! to call and look at this work. The latest Novels and P .cm* Paper hanging*, pf.x kuivm, IU/.or Strop-, and Thermometer*. An assortment ofTsusr*. FlTZWHYl««0!f V *. PO'ITRIl. August to, 1815. .It |_i’HANCRRY NOTICES. I' UiofsiT: ! Kites hrlden n the Clerk's Office of the Su J.ei .o, Court of Chance v T.r ihc Kielnuwn* t. n t, Ujc ^tith tl.,y of June, I <lo. EJ.lli tiutchins, Kli/.,i., Ui Hallm'd WwiHe, fear ret Mum, and Ktluaul Avery, Plaintiff*. Or'tilt It ' wide ran Leonard, and Susanna It's wife, who is administratrix of William Gilbert, deceased, ami J.idnm Muss, administrator of r.dmnmi Moss, deceased, I Ifh Itef. ndant V indevan Leonard,not having entered his uppearance and given security ac cordmg to the Act of Assembly anti the Holes of Uos UMi Sand lt appearing hy satisfactory evi. I ' !c<*’ t,;at he is not an inhabitant of this conn ^ > r,t, That the said Defendant del appear lien, on the final day oi the next tern, and answer the In 1 of the plaintiffs ; and that a copy ‘ ° l s ,e fopihwith insertetl in some news paper published in die City ot Richmond, for two moo.ha at,cc, lively ami posted ut the front door cl the f in the saul City. A Copy—Test-. Wm. \\\ lleni’ne, C. C. ^August 19. b M-hnr. v IRC51NI A: At Rules l.oMen In (lie Clerk's ORi-p nrtbe r,,,,,.. n-.e Court of <I I. me. v for the Richmond l)ii- ' tr.i t. Hit .'tub JUy ot Jane, 1815. tmna ,lu“ , Plaints. •tgartst lain.ir, U,.|,np Nathaniel \y. p.-rc, Man.SeU UnUmsaml Richard Denny J).fenJ::nt*. T!ir. femlm.l l.umiri Ituhnp net having ctr r f'1 *>l*l»*;^"».-c unil giren s-euntv actor.li.iL'trf tl.e Act of Mm.I the Rules of this Court, xml .1 hr sattsfu t ry evidence, that he im m. r an .iil.al.it jut ot .hi, countrt : II is ordered. r .'i 1 !° appear here on the l.rst day of the next term and answer ,|,e bill of the. I.laiet.tl; and that a cot., of this order he fo.lliwilh . -aer ed ... Mine newspaper publish. ,|. p tr I K.ehmuid, hr t»o months successively ui d U"»teu :.t the front d .or of the Capitol in Hie s.id City. A copy.—Teste.' ti .it. IF. ITaiin'r, C. C. VIIIGINI A : At Rules hohleu in the Clei-k’s Office of the Sit pi-rior Court < f Chancery for the Richmond Distr ct, the 26'h div of June, 1^15. Marc us Aurelius Harris, and Kvelina Harri* in f.nts by William Her ,ley, the r .guardian’and next fr.end, and tl.e sa.d Wdkam Bcn'lc.v and Lucy his Wife, pp, . Igaiwtt Wiliiam Saund.-rs and Sarah his wife, Robert Harris and Wilson Harris, legatees anddevi see.s of B-npimin Harris, dec’d, 'he s • d WR v.n Harris, being an infant, by William H. iris his next friend, ' 7), f’ts * THK supersedeas and subpoena to answer the* ti.!l of review, allowed in this c:m»so# not liAv-no* U-r.n returned executed on the defendants '\ViU 1 mi Saunders and Sarah his wife; and r.gliert Harris, and they not having entered t!», r ap pearance and given security accordingto the Vet of Ns eml.lv and the- Rules of this Court and it appearing by satisfactory evidence, that the, ar • .iint inhabitants of this country - It o-derrd That the raid Del'ec.lants do appear here on t!,r i-.rst daj of the next terra and answer tlie h.ll ot review „f the Plaintiffs ; and that a copv ot this or.le.- lie I irthwith inserted in some newspape pnblihhed in tlie City of Richmond, <i,r two tnon hs succejis.vely and posted at the front door ot the fl p.tol, hi the sa.d City. A Copy—Teste, IFm. IF. Mating, C. C. A»g"3t 19._° wsw vi/rt Court Mil f,r Jibe marie County tfai 2d day vj July, 1815. William C. Garner, Complainant. . 2 ’-. Solomon Stoddard and Chiles Brand, v • TJrfndantt. IV ClfAHCV.UV. 'I MIS day erne the Complainant, by hi* Counsel, and. tl.e Defendant Solomon Stoddard, :ot oav.ng entered his appearance and given re r":.v according to ite Act of Assembly ar.d tlie n. i.ci ot this Court, and it nppeuivr^ io ti,.- r.a tUf,.ctipi)_of the Court, that he is not'an jnhahi ta.U.it tins ohmni.inv. e.,on thi m »l.,,n of the i .imulauuiit, itis ordered l>v the Court, that ilia wicldefendant do appear l.eie on the first \1 m ! .y m Nprember ne:;., and anv er tiie lull oi t.u Cor.ipLi.nant; and that a copy of th s order hr :.,rt!;with inserted in some of the newspapers itibli.di (1 in the Citv of ICchmond f. r Uvo months successively, and p.. ad at he front d >-.»• o: ihf Courthouse of tins Cotii.ty . ir the time. A Copy—i'c 'e, -ile.v. Garrett, C. C. Anyrnst 19._ wbw FOR SALK AT PUBLIC AUCTION* On 1*'!injr the 2.57* *»*7. the whole HOUSEHOLD AND KITCRJf P v if N I T tr i! k OF die subscriber, cnT.taininsr beds,Red .tends, 'I'ables, Desks, Drawers, Chairs, &.c Ur.._ Vt the same time, will be hired ibr 5 or 10yt...r* or sold, A BLACK WOMAN, \ good Cook and Washer, K.r a plain family:_ alxiiit 25 years old, strictly hours', and very tcm-> perate. A PIKCE OF GRO’'Ni) +11 $o to be leased f ir i or in years. —.‘7/.,VO_ 11) be sold nt the t urtle time, a mtniber of School l)c-ik«i r’ncl Hertrhe*. X. H I'KllMa will be made known on the day of sale. JA< On GIUGG. August 19. ONi: lIUNORld) noi.I.ARS U.’WAUI) n irjY-Jlr a r, From the Snbneriher, on Saturday tost, a NKGRO MAN JYJ M E D JOE, \nOI'T fire feet nine in'-hes h gh, hrf' e^rs, . somewhat ml, I h,ck l.ps, fully ;,s Id : <r negroes arc in common, tolerably lb rfe head of hair, Which stands tip, ran read, and wi-,te,and no donSl v .11 attempt to unte himself a free pass, and will, 1ri* supposed, attempt to get to oi.f of the Northern States. Jit the same time went off an Jiprnnsrtce by the name of hWOfj'LES QlhEH, 1 A norr nineteen years of .ages he was legally bound to tne*o learn the CsHrewnm#* Tnanr.t he has a *nrc Ug. A farther tleseriptjon of the Mor is deemed unnecessary, but no doubt wdl pass for the master of tlie above named Si. at a—. If.rwarnall masters of vessels and owners of simps from receiving or employing them at their peril I will give the above ar wano for said Suva, and f>NK CKN’I for the Arrar stick llni .VIRES TURP/.Y. Richmond, .lugvtt 19, Jbl.V rJt