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From Grant's Arabia.
thr miracle at iioker. Heard ye you wall round I larch’s arid base, The murm’ring of a proud, infuriate race! * Near the tall crag their guide’s commanding form Stands with stern brow—the pow’r that quells the storm ; His hold rod cinites the mountain’s flinty side Down the paicli’d vale th’ obed.ent waters glide, u here, mad with lever’d thirst, promiscuous ranks Hail the new stream, and crowd its fresh'ning banks; ® Fresh’ning—Far He, whose might the boon be stows. Speaks, and the desart blossoms as the rose ; Thus swift the silver i de, by breezes linin’ I, ft* r*rd ,'rith ver<lurc* sweeps along t lie sand ; M li.le Mow rets, crush’d like infants of a day Just start to light, and bloom to pass away. Life’s vain distinctions lost as in the grave, Headlong, all Israel seeks the swelling wave . And pow’r and weakness, indigence ami wealth Commingling pant to catch th’ advancing health There the proud tribe-chief to the margin stoops i ® Here, while with hollow’d hand t onic crippie scoops The beverage cool, nor gemm’d nor winc-froth’d bowl Seems half so grateful to liis sated soul. Thus sun-pareh\l Mvnians at Tritonis rush’d, To quad the torrents from the cleft that gushudj T bus earliest bees, invited o’er the plain By sonic soft mom, and questing sweets in vain, Ere spring hath hung her blossoms on the bowers, iwarm round the lonely violet's opening flowers. As press’d th’ exulting throngs with frenzied basic, The timorous yield, the feebler arc displaced fill columns blending from each adverse blink Contend, all rngingat the wave to drink ; YetMercy. stretching from the foremost bands, A ields the full helmet to the mother’s bands ; Avtiose yearning love her own parch’d lm ’de nies, r To hush her fainting cherub’s moaning eries. AH9ENT FRIENDS. When pleasi^pr lags at musick’s strain. And mirth assails the heart in vain, To pensive thoughts the bosom bends, And finds a theme in Absent Friends. Remembrance then unfolds its store ; Affection’s tales, oft told before, A .>d Fa cy magic v sions lends, To catch a View of Absent Friends. Tale apprehension starts with fear, Some sad vicissitude to hear ; And hope with causeless terror blends, Tor fate unknown of Absent Friends. The parent fond, the duteous child, The feeling h art by love beguil’d/ Each to kind Heaven a boon c .nnnends, That Heaven be kind to Absent Friends. Constrain’d through dis'ant climes to ream, Far from the sympathies of home; Alv soul its fervent wishes sends', And circles round its Absent Friends. But joy shall spread a brighter train. And mirth indulge its freest s'ram. Tile happy day which absence ends. And gives me back my much lov’d Friends. To the Editors 0/the National InuVigenetr. The following verses ate from the Persi an, literally translated by the classic 8ir "Williain Jones. It is so beautiful that I beg y**u w ill insert them in your paper and 5ou will oblige yefars, O. " On parent knees, a naked new-born child, “ \\ ceping, thou sat’st while all around thee stnd’d ; « So lire, that, sinking in thy last long stern, 11 Calm thou ruay’st sin.le when all around thee weep ” Ji beautiful Jlpolngue, A bountiful woman and” her husband were once lost in a wood, in the middle of a very da k night. On ail sides, they heard nothing but the shrill whistle of rob bers, or the long cries of wolves : the sky too was tempestuous. The female be came at once motionless through fear. “ What will become of u*, cried she, clinging r urid h«r husband. “ 1-et u*» continue our journey, my love, be replied coolly. Hub good Heavens—the robbers!” 44 crlI then, let usrciurn.” 44 Oh, that’s worse—the wild beasts!” 44 What would you have then ?” 44 Leave this place.” 44 We call only do that, my love, by go iti£ forward or returning—choose which.” The female then shut her eyes, stopped her ears, an » suffered herself to be con ducted by her husband. Such is the lot of woman, Nature has pointed out our respective distinctions, and the difference ot our employments by the difference of our conformation. A taller stjture, a more solid and less flexi ble organization, indicate the honorable duties rtf man. Here the laws of nature and society accord. 44 Woman and Man,” says Rousseau, 44 are made for each other ; but their mu tual dependence is not equal. Men de pend upon women by their desires ; wo men upon men by their desires and thei* wants.” Woman was created to lie the compani on of man—to please him, to solace him in his miseries, to console him in his sor rows, and not to partake with him the fa tigues of war, of the sciences, and of go vornmont. Wai like women, learned wo men and women who are politicians, e qua!lv abandon the circle which natun and civil institutions have Pared r unr the sex ; they convert themselves »np men.-—Thej renounce the empire whicl they inevitably exercised by their vreak-Ji ness, to i un vainly after the more e<|uivo- i c-d empire ot force. We hear of women that have fought, written and governed witn success. What does this prove ? riic exception does not destroy the rule. Vnd besides, where is the leeling and ami uule woman who would exchange the inef lable happiness of being loved, for the un substantial pleasure of fame? Where is] the man who would,have preferred Joan nt vvC ^'e ,ni^ and timid Agnes Sorel ! >> e admire the in >.st ul e m D < m K j/a|,e —but we love Mary, Queen of Scots. Extract from a gentleman in France, to lua friend in Haltimure, dated “ Boiideaux, March 8. “ Yn® Baltimoreans are mUch attached, ■t would appear, to the three colors ; you neC?l»CCA.th,e a^air the Milo, and* after tliat the Midas, but the last one or the Kemn exceeds the others. It has stirred up all he old animosities rgainst UH here? hcularly against Mr. Lee. He wrote the Governor that the tri-colored flag was inno cently hoisted on board the Kemp, with other S.g.,a,s to dry ; the Gov. answered haf the tn-colored flag could not innocent y exist on board an American vessel, un less the Government of the IJ. States had formed an alliance with the runaway from he Island of Elba. The Consul stated to Inin all toe insults we had received here • among others, he asked him if lie recollect’ , °,lr was thrown out of the hall, decorated for a ball, given to the Duke d Angouleme, and that the English 0„«t was hoisted in room of it, over the emble matical group respecting Ameiica! The Governor in answer gave him the lie, a <1 told him he had bettei pack himself off to America. He lias a hard lime of it, but he lights Ins battle well and is not easily dis turbed by menaces. He has been accused by the English taction, who are still all in all he-e, «f having sent Col. Fenwick, ol the IJ 8 army, to St Foy, to stir up the I rotestants there against the Bourbons.— I'lie good colonel, who went therefor his health, is enraged about it, particularly as the Koval party obliged him to strike hi* cockade, as we have ail been obliged to d here. * ° | You will probably see in our papers the famous flourish of the famous Mr. Laine in fhe Chamber of Deputies ; lie there com pliments (be people of Ijouisiana on thcii attachment to the Bourbons, and savs h hopes to see them again united to France and to see them honorably represented in that chamber ! I guess, as my countrymen say, there will be a number of hats to sell before that takes place. It appears by the defence of Marshal Massena. and attacks on him which have ju-'t been public,bed, that the Duke d’An gouleme, when he was in the South of Fra nee. after «he arrival of Naooleon. wrote that General who commanded in Toulon “ que son intention etait de donner Toulon aux anglais qui fourniraient en retou (dir il) ile I’a.gcnt au Roi «le France ! II”-_ What do you think of Ei glish influence in France after that ? The Royal papers puli lish, with a sort of triumph the speech ii the English parliament id Mr. Jones, whi sta-es, that he shall vote far the 150,000 men, from the conviction that tlie tune is not far off* when the French army will u iti to the English army and navy, to farm a barrier against the dangerous' preponde - ance of Russia. These Royalists are tickled with the idea that we are going to war with Spain : they say that all Europe ought to make a common cause against these jacobin Arne ricans, the perturbatora of the world, the disturbers of all religion and social order. One of them said to me, the other da v, you talk of religion in America—bow can am religion exist where there is no established church ? Our ( liarge d’Aifairsat Paris, Mr. Jack son, is much respected hy his cnnntrymei.. I see no evil from Mr. Gallatin’s remain ing; yet some time in the United States: things are not sufficiently settled he-e t •wi»h him on the spot; he would have a sorry time ofit- AVith Mr. Jackson there ami Mr. Lee here at this impo. tant post, our interests are well maintained for the present. Regular representatives in 9uch iregular times are not t » be wi-hed for. I *ef.d you several pamphlets; among them is the speech . f the famous Mr. R. de Laborie, i imposing assistance to the R y.ai clergy. 1 his is the mao who was implic « ted in the robbery of the Queen of West, phalia’a diamonds ; a giorions fellow to whine alrut religion and morality. Mr. : Hyde de Neuville, named ambassador to flip IJnited S*at ’S,i* to go out in the spring, he is a rank Royalist, and will, it is th ugh* [give us some trouble bv uniting hinftell wilh the feil era I party ; in sho t. my de.ir j "'Gall H»e pers> ns at present in power arc e te i hnelan d France is not suffi* e<l to raise a • army ; even the national guards are not to exceed a certain number. The Roval sN are tyrannical in the great est degree, and the Patriots are impolitic by endeavoring to bring about a cham-e. at a time when fir allies <-urroun I t e n < n al sides, ami w hile they are without gp’-e rals, without money, o- arms, and without conspicuous distinguished characters to lead them-—such is the deg. adiition of th. country, that the merchants of this town do not blu«h to receive British licences n, trade with French colonies ! I he foreign faction here frequently sa lute our C onsul s house® as they pass in io the evening, with stones. They neve, will forgive him, for his publication against tbu Knglisb. 1 think if he remains here, he will triumph over them, as he is highly respected by the best informed part of the , community, and his countrymen are un iamous in his favor, a* vou will see bv an . elegant address they have presented to : him, which no doubt will be printed* Our commerce here is verv slark W \ clf> not expect much this year wifhBirrrlcaux i indeed* l tiunk we adall become too in.»ci fcgOsted with the conduct the HovalWs ourardg us, to visit them often. Though he English arc losing ground here, with .nc think, ng part of the community, they hold their ground with the hot head ed Royalists, who smile only when they arc told of the quantity of English goods that are smuggled into this district, thrnu h the shores of ISiscay, to the great detri ment of the manufactures of France. En glish goods are cheaper here than they are in the United States.” of the following description, u hay with dark mane 5c tail, the rijjht evftdestmvMl. tL> It Rules hoi,tm in the Clerk’s Office of the suhe rtor Court f Chancery, for the Richmond Dis trict, the 6th d.iyof t'ciruury 1810. John S. Stubbs, junr. Plaintiff. -ly (Unit. ony arnwn, ana w .sh.ngton Drown, heirs at ii,w °» Sally Drown, dec l. and John S. Stubbs sen. administrator of the said Sally Drown deed and James Drander, to whom the charge of the estate of the said Sally Drown was com muted ; Maxwell Trokes, atul S .rah li his wile, la e Sarah II. Goode, adm’rx. aud James Scott, jr. udm’or witli the will annexed of Rich iiicl 1). (jDode, tired ; John Spot9\vood and .Via iy Ins wife ; Tarlton Saunders & Sally his wife — Man- Goode, Sally Goode, Elizabeih Goode, and Robert Goode, children and heirs at la wot Francis Goode deed. Sally Scott, only child and heiress of Patty Scott, deed, winch said Mary Spolsw.MHl, Sally Saunders, Mary Goode, Sal y Goode, El zabeth G/ode,Robert Goode, & Sally Scott are heirs at law of Richard D Goode,deed, who wa* surviving trustee in the act of the Gem er;.l Assembly, in the PlaintifPs bill inen'ioned ; & Robt. Gruham, surviving ex’or of James I,vie the eld* r, deed, who was also a trustee under the said act, and executor of James Lyle, the I younger, deed, who was the other trustee nam ed in the said act: and Ph lip Norborne Nicho las, attorney general of the commonwealth of \ irgmia ; aiul J. 'tin B. Ogg* Defendants 1 be defendants .Maxwell Trokes, and Sarah il. his wife not hav.ng entered their appearance ud given security according to the act of Assem bly «*ud the rules of tins court, and it appearing ty satisfactory evidence that they are not inhab it ants of this country: It is ordered, that the said defendants do appear here on the first, lay of the next term and answer the bill of the Ptaintirt ; and tlmt a copy of this order he forth with inserted in some newspaper published in the Jitv of Richmond, for two months successive!! md posted at the from door of thecapilol in the said City. A Copy—Teste, \V.M \V HEXING, r r. * l kUlINIA : It rules holder in the Clerk'3 Office of the Safe nor Court of Chancery for the Richmond His. trict, the 5th day of March 1816. James Brown, of tlie city of It.chmond, aoai.vst, Plaintiff. -toloman Jacobs, & C. Wardrop, , Defendants THE defendant JamesC. Wardrop, not having ntered Ins appearance and given security accor ding to the Act ot Assembly aiul the Rules of i !,»8 Court, and it appearing by sat isfactory evi iciice, that he is not ar. inhabitant of this country : «t is oidercd, that the said defendant do appear tere . n the first day of the next term aiul answer he bill of tlio Plain1.ill ; and that a copy of this »rder be tbriliw th inserted in some newspaper nibhshed in the City of Richmond, for two nonths successively aiul posted at the front door >1 the Capitol, m tlie said city. A Copy—Teste, WM. W. IIEN1NG, C. C. April 3 —w8w H’TH R Ml I, lt STONE MANUFAC'l'URY I'flF, subscribers respectful!* inform th.-public that they have just received. direct, from Fiance, » •arK quantity of prime BURR BLOCKS of a *«. terior quality to my hitherto imported to th s placr, i‘id li -ring been engaged in the business up wants >1 fifteen years they flat ter ihcnucvci from I heir 'ong kin mrledge df the trade, and the approbation which their work lias hitherto met with that they will be side to raanufxctnre Mill Stones, on as rea mnahle terms as those impelled from the North •'•rant them and to perform well. They have opened shop on 19th Street, nearly op ••.site to the Old City 1 art n, where gentlemen an •nvited to call N ATH ANIEL WHITE fc Co. February 1—if F O li S A L K. Ji valuable Hope-Walk Establishment. I^IIE Subscrilter offers for sale the ROPE, . WALK with its machinery and buildings’ ..itcly earned on by John S. Shelton 8c Co at Part 'L.yo (little below Rocketts) together with the U>t on which it stands, containing about two acres of ground. —ALSO— SEVEN NEGRO MEN well acquainted with the Ropa-W alk business For terms, which will be liberal, apply to P- I SIlF.LTO\, At'entfor JOHN’ s. SHELTON. fcr0 A PROCLAMATION fly the President of the United States. WHEREAS by the act enu.led “ An Act granting bounties in land and extra pav to cer an Can ulian Volunteers*” passed the fifth of VIarch, 1816, it waa enacted that the locations ot the land wan ants <>( said volunteers should “be subject to such regulations, as to priority oi cnoice, and the manner of loca ion, as the Presi dent of tut U uied States shall direct : ” Wherefo e, I, James Madison, President nfthe United States, in conformity with the provisions • »i the act belore recited, do hereby make known that the land warrants of the said Canadian Vo! uniecrs may be located agreeably to the said act, at the land Offices at Vincennes, or Jeffer sonville, in the Indiana Urritoiy, on the first vtonday in June next, with the Registers of the I ’aul Land olhoea ; that the warrantees may j„ erson, or by their attomies, or other legal're pre-sen at.vcs, in die prt st nee of the Register and leceiver ollhcsaid land districts, draw lots for ne priority of location, and that, should any of he warrants not appear tor location on that day .iey may be located afterwards,according to their priority of presentation : me locations in the district of Vincennes to be made at Vincennes, md tbc locations m the district of Jeflersonville to be made at Jeflersonville. Given under ray hand the first day of May, one tliousand eight hundred and sixleen. ’ JA.VIES MADISON. By the Pres dent, JOSI !l .MEIGS, Com’r Gen Land office. \ j 1 lie printers of the Laws of the United Slat v, arc requested to insert the above three time?. NOTICE, ‘ persons having cla ms against lV.c Estate oi' Armislead Russell, deed w,t| apply to me for payment, on or before the 13th day of June next, as on that day, 1 shad close mv Executor ship, and all persons holding bonds or notes, assigned by me individually or to whith l am se curity will take legal steps to have them secured :or 1 shall consider myself no longer hound, ARMISTKAl) RUSS! LL, Executor of A Russell, deal. Richmond, Mav 3.—1awtl3J. VIRGINIA : ' At Rule, holden in the Clerk?, Office of the Sife nor Court of Chancery f0- the Hichvond Din. trill the 5th day of April 1816. Samuel Davies Pluntiff. Again, tt Jeremiah Jackson and Anne his wife, Archud Hass, Matthew W "elds, and Mary R. his wife, Richard II. Bi and Rebecca, and Sally Bell, which Rebecca and Sally ar infants, and William Fulcher Defendants. I HE Defendant Richard II. Bell, not having entered his appearance and given security accor ding to the Act of Assembly and the Rules of this Court, and it appearing by satisfactory evi dence that he is nm an inhabitant of this country It is ordered, That the said Defendant do up pear here on the twenty first day of the next term and answer the bill of the Plaintiff; and that a copy of this order he forthwith inserted in some News-paper published in the city of Richmond, tor two months successively and pos ed at the front ctnor of the Capitol, in the said City. A Copy—Teste, ___WM W UF.NINi. r. C NOTICE. OY virtue of a Deed of Trust execu'cd the 8th >liiy 1813—and now of record m Henrico Court %v,H be sold to the > ghest bidder on the 1st. of June next at the BELL TAVERN, in 'he city of Richmond, on t lie terms prescr.bed fn law,—all the right, title, interest and estate of llenrj' lianici, Esq. of, n & to a tractof Land in th. (.ounty of Henrico, thro’ which the Canal passes comaming about 300 Acres or so much thereof..* wil discharge the sums srcured, to be pa.d bv said Heed to Neil M’Couh, together witlt theex petices attending the s.iid D ed of Trust. WM. \V V ROLAW, t W.M LONG, s rrU3leet May 1.—ids. OO"' be sum to be ra sed is from g 7 to 800. 1‘KO I'tlSALS FOR Vl HLtSlll NO, T?f I,TN<HBOnn, A SEMI.WEEKLY NEWSPAPER TO BE ENTITLED the ECHO. Prospectus. FROM the advantages of its physical situatio. —hom the native fertility, improved condition aiu. increasing wealth of the Circumjacent com. ,rf,“n, particularly, from the industry, or.ternris and liberality of the people of ihe Town, mi l ,i environs, Lynchburg derives mlvaivages mor tian adequate to the patronage and support of* term-weekly paper. I 'll is consideration impels us to undertake sucl a paper. This paper is intended to be chiefly a promo and convenient vehicle of domestic and forein News. At the same time, it will be open tosci. entitle, moral, agricultural am! political essax P e are Republicans—but on questions of genera! importance, we will cheerfully admit tbe‘essax> _ those who may diflcr from us in opinion, pr«. vuled those essays i.e marked with librralitx of ideas, anil m.Kleration of temper. Our mail object Will unifonnly be, to collect to a form those rays of political 1 ght which may be scaitei ed in the intellectual atmosphere around us_mu; by that means, to shed the effulgence of trut! on every face, side and aspect of such topics ol discussion as may excite a deep and lively interest We are young—bent on enterprise— possessed of industry—capable of persevesance We haxt both been brought up to the printing business and we are not u: ter strangers to the due manage ment, and proper conduct of a newspaper Our efforts will be uni-emitted—and, we trust, sue cessful. 1 hey will be constantly and earnestR du ected to the collection of the most recent ir tell igence of every sort—to a judicious selectioi of borrowed materials—in short, to the reguiari ty, symmetry, and elegance of a whole, combm ing, at the same time, variety ofaubjects and urn ty of plan In promising thus much, we do not overstep we hope, th« modesty of a Prospectus. We ar confident that disappointment will not tread up on the he.ls of promise. W e h,ave well consider ed what we are able to perform—and we feel tin ardor and energies of individuals ambitious o. success anil whose success chiefly depends 01 the extent of their exertions Our hopes become the more saguine, w hen wi reheet on the charactcrist .c liberality of those per sons w ho.se patronage we solicit. They are, w. well know, d hposed to encourage commendable efforts—to aul modest industry—and to rename rjte useful labors. With these motives— these means—these hopes and tins prospert, we will commence the publi cation of the ECHO about the 15th of Mai cl next. AVm. W. GRAY, ,, ItUSSKL DAWSON, l-ynchburg, Jan. 1816. CONDITIONS. rriR ECHO will be printed with a new anr> elegant type, on a demi slifet, (twice a week) a. &■* 50 per annum; payable in advance. Of those who do no* pay in advance, nor in the course of twelve months, four dollars will be re quired Any person procuring ten subscribers, and be coming responsible for the payment, shall be en tiled to one paper gratis. Subscriptions for tbe above paper received at ! ibis office. THIRTY HOLLARS REWARD. I’. VV away from tbe subsc; iber, on the 28th nit. Jmr.cs Ft>x, an apprentice to the printing busi ness, between 20 and 21 years of age, about $ feet 6 inches high, and ofadujk complexion. Mad r>n and took with Inm, a London smoke long coat, ijwnted ve-d, a ruffled shirt, and two plain ones^ a brown roundabout cloth jacket and trowsers, u lion skin great coat, and other clothing not recol lected. Me is a tolerable workman Whoet *r takes itp said apprentice, and secures him in any jail in she United States, so that! may getliitn again shall receive the above reward ; and .*• ••ought home, all reasonable char*'" r-111, WM. M‘CO UK LB, Editor of the Freeman’s Journal, Plnldclphia C7' Editors of newspapers throughout the United States and the West India Islands, will confer a favour on the editor, by inserting the above a few times, (which shall be returned in kind) and endeavor to secure the runaway if he should seek employment from them. April 9. ~JOU l‘KINTIN(| ‘ OF EVERY DESCft IF TION NF. 1TL Y EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE. VIRGIXIA! •l •lul-s holtlen in'the Cle, kV, Off„e .fti* St. tfiior Court of Chancery f„< Richmond Outvict the 5th deni of .iford Robert Graham, Ta* in Saunders, Kennon Gilo* and John Leslie Plaintiff,. ' .Ifrtunst, James II dl, George Pickett, Joseph Marx Mi. *hw! Vy- ‘,:,"c,M:k' Robert Gordon, James turn?, \\ .11,: m Had, Jesae H:cks and Ed Ti.rp\V,f"t , Wtulant* NIL defendant Janies Hall not having entered his appearance ami g ven security according lo Uie act ot Assembly and the linlcsof this Court and it appearing by satisfactory evidence that up! on enquiry at his usual place of abode, he call, n .t be found, so as to be served w.th process: It is ordered that the said Defendant do appear hero on the twenty Srst day of the next term and answer the bill of the Plaintiffs ; and that a co py of this order be forthwith inserted in SOim» newspaper publ.shed in theC.ty of Richmond, h>i two months successively and posted at the trout door ot the Capito’, iu the said City A Copy—Teste, April 20. W.HEN.MO.CC. VIRGINIA: ~ ~~ Jit Rule, hoi den in the Clerk*, Office of the Supe rior court of Chancery for the Richmond Di, trut, the 5th day of April 1816. Mary- Gevaudan, an infant, by Cenjamin Pollard* tier next Iricnd, Plaintiff1 AOAIlfST. Willi mm D. Wren, sergeant or the City of Rich mond, comm.ttee of the goods and effects of i p "ife ’ ‘,ecdj Thomas F. C. Purcell, J..!... ! '• reel 1, Sarah Purcell, and Ann Purcell! devisees of the said Charles Purcell, deed. PuTceU sefefptS '7,'0maS F‘ C‘ «th» !• w ! S 1 "rCel1 +"4 Ann Purcell, not ha. ,, entered their appearance and given security according to the Act <d Assembly and the Rides J’h's a,,d 11 appearing by satisfactory rvi knee that they art not inhabitants of this conn ,r> : ,t1'* “'«lered, That the said Defendants do unpear hereon the first .lay of the next term and answer the bill of the Plaintiff; ami that a CO,,-v of this order he forthwith inserted in some spaper published m die City of It chmond, fop ^successively and posted at the front I door ° '»** ?r»itol, in die said City. A Copy—.;' ne, A .. „ WM. W. HENING.C. C. April 10.—v 8w. vTkG IN IA: ■ ” — .It rule* /,olden in the Clerk'* Office of the Sufic nor Cmirttf Chancery, for the Richmond JJi*. trict, the 5th day of JiHurch, 1816. Edmund Curil, Plain tiff. aoaixst J >hn Heath and John Morris, Defendants. The defendant John Heath not having entered h.s appearance and given security according to the act of Assembly, and the Rules of this court, and it appearing by satisfactory evidence that lie '■* not an inhabitant of this country ; It is ordered that the said defendant do appear here on the hrst day of the next term and answer the bill of die plaintiil ; and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published l!ie c‘l>’ ol Richmond, for two months succcs nvelv ami posted at the Iron door of the Cani* Ujl, in ihe said city. 1 A Copy—-Teste, * . w- hening, a c. April 10.—tv8w. VIRGINIA: 7 * ;/ ft uTsa hoi den in the Clerk’* Office of the Su, frnoi'Court of Chancery for* the Richmond J)i t>ut, the 22nd day of.ipril ldl6. .1 rdeca, Homan, Will,am Prmuose, and Zebu lor. Homan Jr me chants and partners trading under the farm of Homan, Primrose h Co. S Jlgains t. ***"& Leavitt and Burrall, merchants of New York and Natlnm el Charter, of,he C.ty of Richmond and Ldmond C. Smith of Petersburg. * THF. Defendanu Lovitt ,,„l »,£m,“IZ'L. .ng entered then appearance „d given security accord,ng to the Act of Assembly uml the Rules of tins Court, and it appearing l>v satisfac tory evidence, that they are not ml, hilants nfthia county : It ,s ordered, that the said Defendants Ho appear nere on the twenty tourtl, dav of the next t rm ami answer the b II of the Plaintiffs • and that a copy of this ,rder he forthwith mserll «| ,n some newspaper published ,he C,tv of KiC f°r ’T" ,nnn h'* S"ccessivcl, and n„si e,Ut the front door of the Cap.tol, i„ Uie^ud A Copy—.Teste, ^ w-w-,reKWO*‘LS VIRGINIaT --- At balden in the Clerk’s Office of the Sufie. T' f T * "l C'Anncen/ for ft,,- Richmond Dis tmet, the sth day of March 116. Charles Hunt and Daniel Dugger, merchants .nd partners, under the firm of Hunt & Dugger, PUuntijfc. ACAIKST, Frederick romeroy. and William Franklin Os. borne, merchants ft partners, under ti.c firm of Frederick Pomeroy, & Cc. and Jesse C. Du. Pu>» 1 HF. defendants Frederick Pomeroy', and Wil ham Franklin Osborn, not having entered their appearance and given security according to th“ Act of Assembly and the Rules of this court, and it appealing by satisfactory evidence, that they are not inhabitants of this countn : 1. is ordered that the said defendants do appear here on *he * h st day of the next term ami an wer the bill of the I laintilfs ; and that a copy of tins order |,c ,nsr^.n! in s' ”e'Vspaper published m the City of Richmond, for two ,n .mbs succes sively and posted at the frontdoor of the Caoi, tol, in the said city. * I A Copy—Teste, , „ 0 WM. W. IIKNING, C#C. April 3.—w8w, Huit beautiful and famous runtime llur^a and sure foul-getter, «nt ALP11KD, /Tjz (A. /■*-«..»• mn» ihrte sn: tun nr, i lifn f <t< my suj!>;o in rot ▼ ▼ hatansjounty, at the Perry on .fames Ris# »'»«•»* 40 miles above Richmond, an.) 2 mil* irom Ooorliland Court House—at the reasonabl wv\ low terms of twextt ho i,l a us payable bt fore the «• soi, expire* (on the 1st August) o I wenty five Dollars at Christ mas-Ily the 1*» or Insurance in proportion—Haifa dollar mfts he sent with each mare for the groom._1114 superior Pedigree and Performances on the tun' bemg so universally known, >t is needless :novv to particularize them. _ _ JACOB MICIIAUX. FOUR OK FIVKJIOV^ From 12 to \6yeart of age ant! of good ditpotition* ;»K read and write tolerafdg well, will be taken Apprentice* to the Printing Business. bnymre at the Office of the Virginia Argtr.