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evy of the necessity of entrusting only to
pure hands the different branches of your
authority ; the Ministers who surround you
afford O; on this head, encouraging hopes ;
their vigilance* on th s essential point, will
be s> much the mot e easily exercised, in
r.snmich as the proof i»t‘ events has revealed
ail sentiments an i all thoug s ; onr’s, S.iv,
h"iVe no other tSiject than the h ipp nesss
ol your Majesty »1 the safety of the coun
try, a..'.l our wishes will fre fulfilled if we
cbtain thi; glorious prize of our zeal and
our labors.”
The King replied—
“ I am deeply ton he 1 with sentiments
expressed by the Chamber. 1 embrace
with eagerness the hopes it oilers of a bet
ter futurity.
“It may rely upon the confi lence with
which I shall express myself upon trie
wants of the State, and upon the firmness
which I shall always shew to maintain the
rights that arc to ensure the public safe
ritii imore, December 1.
rriOM Fit \NCF».
|_nv THE MIDAS.]
[Translatedfur the Baltimore Patriot."]
Far is, October 16.
The Duke oF Regg-o (Oudinot) M >jor
General of the R iyal Guard, "s appninit d
commandant of the Nation il Guard of Pa
ri 3.
A committee has b;ea anpo'nted ta ex
amine the books destiiu d for the instruction
of youth.
It is stut 1 th ;t nbmit 12 or 13,000 Prrs
iih’is have left P >iis with n the last dava,
m rchiug mwuHs the frontiers—A.I must
b • oT h th : 21 t.
I'lie r op; of Ld.Well ngt n, had made
some movements in i ative of d pirture ;
but every thing now announces that t > y
ar * to prolong their st ay.
30.000 Vnstri ns had" passed thro’ C/ia
l-> i ! -Static, on their march towards the
Tiie ki g lom of Polan ’, it appears, is to
have no did-mm ic corps, nor ministc s «f
forcir.o relations, and will have no minis
try near the courts of foreign powers.—
[This is the bits'cd independence which
tile magnanimous Alexander has been
promising that unf >rt*m:ite country. It
h now n thing more than a province of
U ,18 no.]
Ths Emperor of Russia bought most of
the Paintings and Statues in the Ga len
of Malmaison.—(They uuuieil a collec
tion which had been made by the late
Empress Josephine, cut of her private for
tune )
It is assured that out of consideration
i for the Chamber of Peers, the fore gn
1 ti-oops will no long' r tak. up their q iar?ers
in the barracks of the Garden of Luxem
__ Count Lvrch, be;ng nan: d a pc^r of
Er in- •*, nr.d ther by prevented from resid
big in B lrdcaux, th k ng had conferre ! ou
him the distinct.ou of honorary may r of
B rdeaux.
October 17.
The debates in thellnus* of P ci s dur
ing the-sesdon of tlie 13t , tin i^d cii'.-fl
upon cert tin points and e>:pr ssions prop <
sed f irins-. ru n in th-.* alclr ss t- > he pi e
s' ntedtoth k ng. A 1 irgr portion of he
memb-rs were for reco intend,ng to In,
in jesty measures of sever ty to !> • exercis
ed agamst tho e who ha di-tiaguish.-d
themselves by their opposition to the royal
The duke of Rich' lieu (minister of f >
reign aff irs) observed—v It is for the k ng
to govern ; it is r.ot for us t > trice out the
1 u of coo net for r* government. Let us
nut piejudge any thing; f can assert b f r
hand, that me mires wi 1 be pro.u s. ,1 to
yon, r.-l iliv to the competency o. ths
Chainb r n c itninal s at-* ma t r-. Ii it
T'Ot more b-c'uv-irjg to w it until his m :
jesty sh ill develop-; to you his idea ?”
T ie cr.cmli rs wh spnk nms of ju tire,
retributi in, seve ty, &c wer F on evi ,
the B shop of La eves, dc N c-»!ni. F -
rand, ice. Those who manics- d senti
v < n‘s of hb*ra ity, mercy and ree m
c liahon, were Barbu Marbois, 1)- Tr
cy, Lar-juiaais, the Duke of Orleans,
Session of the Chamber of Deputies, 16 th
Th'king sent by Count Pirtalis, tho
project of a law for th more effectual sup
pression or punish oent of s di.ious shun s,
calumny, lib1 >s *vh- ther written or pnyt d,
! res stance ngii st the royal aut orry, or
its agents or officers, t'l inv ki g of tin*
name of an usurp r, or p' tting agains th
Tirrsent TOVernmc'.t di ectiv , r :ndir c.:!
£ca. Th >t nil who should sprcd n 1 ac
credit tumors or alarms concerning the in
violability of property, of the prefcndcd re
establishment cf tythes, feud 1 rights, 8c .
shout 1 b? declare I guilty of se t.ton ; as
wcil a those raising any st ndard or cock
ade other than th * e au hot ised by the
'■'"The punishment to be inflicted from 3 to
10 years imprisonment accordit.g t > the
Cc'cber 20.
The discuss'ons r> lolive to tl e j,r jee t < f
a law for the suppression of serin us
, shouts, ?<•. were carried to the rflmrrm
tees. It is assured that one c inimitt e
gave a decided opinion f r the rtjc ten cf
the p oject as uncon*:itutiunal. Ilut, on
the 19th, the Ilrporter of the gener ii ro n
mittee justified tha project, and proposed
the adoption of it as a law :—He sai l,
that neither Home, K lgl.m 1, nor any other
country, v.as ever in a situad n which
Tuor* urged ly demanded that the formu
la of Cavcant Consutea should be proclaim
Chamber of Pecrt—Session oj the 21st cf
The duke tie Fhz .T tn(’8proposed a vote
of thanks from the Chaml cr to the du'.e
d’Ang u'eme, fr.r t' e cour ge nml c en;y
clisplav d bv that, prince in the s utltr-rn de
p-rtm nf, in th dsastrons moments
<wiiScl» fall awed the departure of the king.
The C’ha ’dvr d rider! that it would occu
j.y it«#* f with the proposition.
Corr.plr.iat ; WC *’ made by same, that in
violation cf the cnv.-M ri u,‘ ti c dotibera
tions of lb’" Cha»*ib<r of Pens had been
ja?.d® pubii , atitl that a skct< h of the pro*
(t-r dinys v. s ;I! red \ > or in th:
U wspaptrs. It was moved tTint they
sV-'dd henceforth I « '<eerrt, and that the
j urn I of tl'tlr i ror» ed’i; s should rot he
ck 'tM :o the rjirmlirrs of the
tf.v nd r rf Dcptnle . After r.onsid* rabie
on this subject., it was detent,i-,cd
distribute:] among the peer? and Deputies ,
wi a summary be iuserted in the Moai
Pari.*, October 12.
A royal ordinance appointing a military
commission, to investigate the conduct of
the officers of all ranks, who served during
the usurpatiuu. Tiie commission co consist
of the
Duke q/'BELLUNF., ( Victor J Pres.
CIen'e. 1. A U RISTON.
1'Ek’l. 1R ): t D K— HO U LT.
the Prince Dc BROGLIE,
October 23.
The insurrectional movements manifest
ed in some r -giments of infantry and caval
ry, for which the claims of wages, £k°.
are only a pretext, merit the most exem
plary chastisement. His ex elltmcy the
marshal expresses the strongest dissatisfac
tion at the conduct of the colonels, officers
and sub-tflicer&of tl>e regts. in which r. bil
lion has been the nu-st openly manifested :
he reproaches this indifference anil weak
ness in punishing the guilty. The 2d regt.
of chasseurs u-pi.xl, and the 1st reg“. of
chosscurs-a-chr val of the late guard, ap
pear to have been foremost in exciting the
spirit of rev It.
The convention relative to the pence ar
rangements so much sp ken of i? not yet
promulg' 1.
Tlie Rope has adopted the Spanish sys
tem of government.
Baris. October 20.
1 he ambassadors o: foreign powers who
are t • reside at Barit, are.
Poron Vincent, fo" Austria ;
P' Zzo d: Her go, fo-- Russia ;
bdr Char leu *5ituurt, for England ;
P roil Humboldt, for B us- a.
Caricatures are no longer permitted to
be exposed to the pn 1 i i-w.—Many It >.ve
be n se zed by tfic oil; ers of govern
Brnc.e Biuchcr, it is said, has recei
ved ord: rs to return immediately to Prus
The S-’rv'nns are still in i;snrrertinn a
Rainst the Turkish government, ami obtain
sir cc«srs.
1 he governor of 1?ottp has taken sever"
measures to prevent the ivr du-ti r. of
neirs/r:/:ers an ! ether polit e 1 works into
the Papal territory.
O teher 21.
A congress of mit istrrs of1! ti-„- Iiuro
p-anpow* rs w l ,it is said. In Convened
shortly at It a si/.
Switzerlan ’ refuses th • French enrgrants
an asylum in that country.
The king of Prussia arrived at Berlin
the 17th Oct.
A review of Prussian troops took place
this morning in the Champ de Mars. It
• > assured their departure is nat fir dis
It was thought that g^n^r 1 Clanzel was
somewhere in the vicinity i f Bav mijp, set Ic
ing for an opportunity to embark for the U
BOSTON, November 25.
United States' Squadron.
lie following memorandum w:.s rccecived last
“ l'h • squadron under the cnmnviml of C m.
Baii*bridg“ < r ’•■•ed tbe larger vessels to Boston,
aiv' lb.- Mbeis -n y i’w-Toik.”
I- <• g'ass mann1 inr- i bare been imprison''d at
| ivi r ool, ci- l- -tl >t t!i having taken p in ib
ship Kllingt-n, i«i- II >tnn. \norh<-i- person w:i
impri O'lt d for fcb-ppi .» cer' i t . ti-.-b s used in F.n
glish mamifaiUm-s [ l'l«e T'. |,:,s Ik t- lna at s< • .1
“ Taxation without representation”_v.-i *
a ivitnei s.
\V-have rer< iv t at. r f in Bor
rle nx, at-d 12:h O tub r. v ! i h st te
th t lithe A’li-r. i-> mrh ots at ! *
pin c and s c \m ri n i zc s ho
w »e 'r v levs bare br-n most / .rrift
fared towards ruining the war eontribu
t an to fir.q the .-7 ies f r their enslaving
Trance ! Wlv F. lgl h, Tr sh, • rcl Frcr.c
o s s, all it zc s of Fr itice, h vc e-•<
t'xed on their on rmous C'p'tals, from 15
to 2 h0< 0 fr r.cs. the \m r a nth;:
m> 1 c .i s, without ftt i g pi; , nd
with u*-anv French pr<vih'g*-s, i, v*- !j. t n
t:ixe !f nm 8>n 12 ( 00 fr n s. T b s •
sjjc ies of robberu dir rt, whi h f r
cci els tht* pin d li -gofNa-- 1 mi u iJeri*'c
decrees,and is ;i foil in ‘ch for«h ■ r r ;::
cal eiztirc < f urve- Iso *lu* high sp-s
by tlic criiizcrs t-f his I*.r t nnic rrnj s't
before the ••xist<,i;c" of any F et ch cIctpcs
We understi* d th t our able and respeeta
hl • consul it Bordeaux, Mr. L--r, who is c
ver alive to the tnti res s of our me1 h i.- w>
h s warmly pr t sted toth" Frer. h ' nth- -
We shall publish the letter in full on Wed
nesday next. [Host. Pat.
At the time Decatur nrr’v-d in sight
of Oibrnlt r, a great number ■ f British of
dears and rit.Z' r.s, a- d among th m n A
merican g-rntl man, we e ^seinM d >n a;
eminence to \ iuw th • American f!c t, J) -
ca'ur cn • »e 1 the harbor wi h his '•(pie r n
ill very handsome shT* ; sailed r um!, and
went cut ag in, without coming to anchor
—his object l»«irig mere'y to mn'ie signals
t'» th- sloop of war Ontario. The Br t sh
efii-ers were vtry desirous of km.v jog th
names of the ve-sels of the squadron ?s
thev pproached. The shrewd American
pretended to know every vessel the rr.o
nieot lie sov Jv*r broads e. and th< v tr-m
d d around him for inf-«r utinn. The fir*t
frig it', lie sn id, wa« the Gucrriere; »hr s"
couvl the Mat daman ; th • thir I, the Ja
va ; the next was the terrier ; and die
next ihe Peacock ; and the next— * Oh.
amn the next,” they excl med and imtue
dia'ely moved oif, h ghly disc listed with the*
name8 i f the vessels of the Yankee squari
r in.
It is said the De v of Algiers very reluc
tantly g *ve up all idea of reoeiv ng tribute
from the Americans, and ailedgi <1 among
other tilings, that other n .timi*, if he coo
s nt« d, might take advantage of it, arid pur
hr.pa unite aril o: ruvoa Isis d s'ruction. I
wa.not t'c am uin* or v due of the sun to
wns particular about, hut the rere ii-g
somethin’? nornd y f ’ ■ A-ru rirr na •• ,,
add to hi; . curdy, if it w s nljr a little
ftOntder. {' <rn D< <vii ur <»bs. rved t » » i>.
thou dit it v i v prohrth e, if nc inti t d ur
nn r co ving mo v'erof h- Am rc ns s
fri' tit •, his Wis’ ' s w ul be* grd (. d I u
he fnu.it i r!airly c /nct to receive hat’s
with it. II.s ]_) j :-:i.p v iy w;s 1, g ,ve up
thf* point,
VV lien CIo'fvT'Oil *r.' D r. - tor's *o*i o^ron
wnshefr-u Tun cxi*na g p". nt r fr in
the P.cv 1 r th • i • t 'el; * 7. d. v. w n
in tbfc h t. "T iv I'ii s r, f g *es, .s x
j Corvettes ami .? .! ...;y g nwoat*,——
Opt. Gordon was employed to leceive the
money of the ilcy. [76.
New-Haven, JVbi> 28.
On Thursday last, tbe Pews in the new
bric k Chur h, erect-d for th • United S.-ci
ety in this city, were put at public sale, and
went ofl very readily at very high prices.
The whole ttn:nl»er of Pews is 182 ; 39 of
which wc c reserved as the property of
tbe Society. T-e sale of the remainder
produced the agg gat- sum of tarty-three
thousand eight hundred cI evenly five
d'd'artj ; which, after paying th.: vXpe- se
ot the luiil ling, will leave a handsome tur
p us t ■ the funds of the Society.
A s.milar sale of tlie Church erected for
the First Society 1 ;st f 11. pro ’.need upwards
of thirty iv.'Q thousand dollars.
i i.e new Kp s-opal Church is nearly
com pi ted. The expers* of which wiii
probub’y e\c ed thirty thousand dollars
—and til re can he no doubt that the cost
of this supt rb e lifh-e will l»e as liberally
lvmuti-rated as that of either of the o
I b si* f' t» nfT.rd the strongest evidence
of tin* public, spirit and honorable inr.nih
r.cnre ofoucci*: z ns. These 3 Church* s
st .1 on a line, upon Temple Street, at sui
table dj - tiers, fronting the public square,
arid w th ink we m y safely assert that no
town in the IT i »n can present 3 similar
publi I •« Mings, combining their elegance
of s'.ta :, nobleness of architecture and
'..e..u.y of perspective.
Phiiade’/ihia, December 1.
V* e lnvc be n inf-rued by a go itle-n in
arrived from II. vre de Grace, in the Ter
r'er, that M rshal N* y had escaped from
bis imprisonment; but of his destiny he is
not informed.
U ■ further stales, th it the presence of the
allie i forces alone prevents revolutionary
scenes in Finnic.
Kingston, ( Jaw.) JVbv. 1.
Ar. schooner Midge, Russ.il, 10 days
f-oiti Santu ?•! rt a. Jlv il.e M dge, v.c
learn, that part of Morillu's Expedition had
arrived at Sant ■ Mart1 a, from off Cartha
R*na, end in such a state, that it is not
1 It' !y that t ey wi'I soon ivtarn to the*
b ock .dr ofdi.it place. I f.rt, t appears
• li *t Mui 'llo *> prmcipa' hope of success de
pended on the treason of C stilio ; and now
tli.u nie 1 .tier has b » n detected tied pi
ce-i in confine ne t, I e must have little hope
of i t’dacit g Carth g- n ■—His army being
in su h a deplorable con:! tine; whereas his
npp n irs re a qu ring fresh spirits, and
sni e 'he raisi g of the blockade, fresh and
abundant supplies.
Extract of a litter, du'ed .Martinique, 7 th
jVov. 1815.
“ I am enabled to inform you, tint irs or
der to ascertain the Let of the rrfus.l to
e it l for exp >rt ticn of Am rh an fi ur, I
have tiiis moment correct y informed inv
seif ft o n this g ivernine* t, that such fiour
will be so admitted < n'.y j t cn4.-s of tiic n -
ct-asury return f t!ie vessels, and provided,
t ie pioportion of the cargo be m.t very
gre it. 1 I such c isev i. W 1 at pr -em be
suffered to l nr f r sto ag , wall surety t.
the expo f .thm of ihe fi .ur one
month after 'atsding, penalty double the
v .ue i fthe fi ur Y tir< th r p'oductswiil
nut be cxcla .to, wi hou: J months’ nut! «•.
Tl >s iid • m y not uubi-cly appear in b
or 3 tv., eits.”
■ -act rr • ..i ssay vti the Flcridas, ta
A’ .< r ■' a Lading Eondon jirint of Sc fit.
bI, 1 15
Ilv t i. iva , o t of which we have just
r r..,cd w t t e U b aies, wc have gi
vet t ecu t y a tone of importance
c,vc a er tit n .t wou.d have attained by 30
years’ growth. [Dem. Press.
C p in Tucker ot the royal navy, uh.
L as o i .ted in the new mission to Afric •,
: r ti.e purposes ot » is. me y and iinprore
. t, is, it is said, appointed to the sp cla.
barge of exu.i i ing th.- intcri r of tue ri
V! Co go ; tl.is i vest g .tion is to b * cxe
o.. .. by means of stc m f» >ais, whit h arc
mw sp. c a !y m ecu c of outfi., to be sent
cut in Sir J„s. Ye .’s stqu dr n.
L s op c.tc ‘ tir.tSir James Yoo wi 1
•? t for tlte coa t of Afrit a ab ut the close
of October, havi .g his broad pen l.mt on
>o : 1 the Inconstant frigate, w to a cousid
■ bl number of s nail causers to chose
e trespassers in the slave trade into "the
small creeps and inlets.
London Courier, of Oct. G.
Tn th:* brig Criterion came passenr'-rs,
Meisr>. Giics, senior and junior, anj M.
■ .iniiiC. i ne first tT t .e:se, was priucij a.
Oboe eif the c hapel of the i.<te Emperor of
France and of the Italian Opera in p,4rjSt
erd one of the first players on the Ivro_
the second, was First B >ss-singer of the
Italian Opt ra ; and the third, ow of the
best performers in Paris on the Pi no._
With them camoalso. a g.ntleman 2c ladv
who are excellent sing r.«. They h ve fled
from the* troubles wine It at present agitate
their native country ; and, we understand,
intend giving a few Con erts during their
•h^rt residence in th:s city.
[A • Y. Pafier.
From thrnrtiel.-r of agreement entered into be
tween di" Coutmiviwrs of e!ie> rj*d, H rV t' v
fJreek »iHt:on, 'o Tcnnwisme, *»••.! the Chiefs <f rl>m
n: o ti, if will t seca wilh plenstir • that the „j,j l t
tnntoiipluti '1 the Commission, rs S< wiiiw.>il»ei-<
Isgoiav »p<.edi j into oj/f ration. A romf coninmnic t.
ting v itf» wi islet.siren portiu.i of (he Western
Country, swl k.jit >n il c six'e of wider t' v
r-gillutiona ie.trad. d, wifi greatly facilitate eotniner
' i d iut-.TM*urs£i between 1 his «tale raid thnl country.
A e ir. nm this meu ii to he desired, and one
w ir.I, must infl'trn'-*', not a iitlle, tiie mutual sdvnu*
Inpe af all cnneutriied
.M'lr.h j.rx »e is due to flip active ct.terpriyc find
7. «i < I dip indivNlna- , 1»y whose t.yei.p» this int< r
viNirsc it xbo.it to be «•*. ye ally imm-wed.
C<i t’n. J fiaxrttr.
V.'rj ro»;trr9fi|'s*r oar f,} rd* nt til-prospect of n
ronti'ifie I fpni’c will*tin*SonfIn tp.n«—flip nip*
- f few iH the re,l nti'-h erihp hns subside i, nnd
' ' > '‘.is . . . cm 1 • -d to r nib ti-, ol di
•i••!< , have a. a. I -nnlisficd eb'tt nfi'r rf.
Il'tu/linn lr„i .tlomlor, \7th tlit,
I c 1 *ee*c «• F pi ni Hid. commonly
' r,H'd tfic A*t" which was built
by • comp nv f r 1h iisc i f Congress, if
t .rt h norihle 1 o v )<>uhf think pr 'irr
*'• ■ cc*nt <.t t tint ii f' e C ipil'd is finished,
"■* ?>' s -t t r c.ejrr.cr ft* First street r s;. Cc
'• b’ ml A VO (■-. Th«- ebamher fur the
lie is on the frV fi or: it is 15 fe-t
i ’ fib 1 fett six in', ji, ’.vide, ar.c! is feet
long: A gallery is attached to this cham
b- r, which takes up no part if the
On the second floor is the chamber in
tended for the House of Representatives:
it is 77 fr et long, 45 wide, and twenty feet
high : to it is attached a spacious gallery ;
and for the use of both houses, there are a
sufficiency of committee rooms and offices.
The spot on which this spacious building
stands, was a cibbage garden m th:* mor
ning of the 4th of July ; in the afternoon of
that day, the digging was commi need : At
t iat t *f.e the st i e employed in the struc
ture was not quarried ; the clay, of which
thr In i ksnro m ul *, was in its native state,
and nil the principal timbers were then
stan ,;ng in the woods.
The general management of this budding
I w s given to a committee consisting of the
| iollowing gentlemen :
Mv. Daniel Carroll, of Dud. Mr. E. B.
C ildwell, Mr. G. Coombs, Mr. \Y. Brent,
Mr. YY. Emack.
Tlv* plan, we learn, was given by Mr.
Latrobe, and the whole w. s executed nn
d* r the indefatigable attention if Mr.
Meade. It *s supposed that this establish
ment will cost thirty thousand uoilars.
H'tishu. City iy. Ca r,
IVafiiiint'ton, December 4.
This is the day assigned by the Canstitu
t on .i r tnc Meeting of the 14th Congress.
The following is a ii<t of its Members,
nearly, if not quite, complete :
. veto. unmptnire.
Jereniitili M.icon,
T. \V. Thompson.
Dudlrv ( hue ,
Isaac Tichennr.
J. 13. Ynrnnm,
Christopher Cure.
William Hnater,
Jercmith 11. II well.
Samuel W. Dana,
David 1 'uprgf (t.
Ui’fiis Ki”g,
X utliH'i Sanford.
John Cundit,
James .1. Wilson.
Jonathan Huberts,
\b"tl- l.ae. ek.
Wi liam 11. Weils,
Ontcrbridw I !t soy.
li II. Cohltborongh,
{One vacancy.]
James Itai boar,
[On • \aeancv.]
Francis Locke,
Janie* Turner.
Soul h-(Carolina.
J lin Oaillard,
J(-hu l’ai lor.
f leorgia.
Charles Tail,
AVm. \V. Bibb.
I:Vam Talbot,
W ru. T. Barry.
C. W. Campbell,
John Williams.
Jeremiah Morrow,
—— IiHgpb S.
J- m^s B.own,
Kli^'us Tromenlin.
* a eio-ffu mpihire.
Charles II. Atheitin,
Bradbury Cilley,
\\ iilitim Ilalc,
K •■■t \ ose,
’laniel Webster,
Jrilutlui i Wilcox.
Will.ara Unylicn,
F ■1 Bradbury,
I. ij h Brigham,
Bei-jaaii Brown,
James < ’arr,
S:»m«. I S. Conner,
>1 bn W. Mulbcrt,
Cyrils Kirj;,
Hi jab II. Mills,
.I>i in’a- X. I on,
Albion K Pnrris,
Tun iihy l’iulteriuy,
Jo in Uee.-I,
I rim. s .Bee,
N ltbani ; Jl levies,
A al»el Stearns,
Solomon St:
Samuel Taggart,
Artemas Ward,
Liaba'l WltralO' .
Jthctb bland.
John Tj. Boss,
Jain< s 15. Mgmn.
Euaph Champion,
John Davenpo i,juu.
Lytujin Law,
.lo atlian O. Mostly,
Timothy Pitkin.
Lewis It. Si urges,
Brnja ni > Talhnadge.
Daniel Ch pn.a i,
Luther Je - ett,
Cimunccy Lar.^don,
Asa Lvon,
Chari s Marsh,
John N. j- s.
.A cw-Fo; h.
John A ’ams,
D.'id A gate,
S raucl li. Units,
Jam* 3 Hirdvall,
N iet 'ia Birdseye,
Mie.ih Brooks,
I) ni -I * iadv,
O.ivi rC. Com .dock,
11 nry Cri'olit ron,
Thomas R (i |,i.
Thus P. Grnsveeor,
Jali z I). Hammond,
William Irving,
Mo Kent,
J Ini ixm ft,
Hos H Mofiltt,
Pet r !’. Po ter,
John Savage,
Ah-nham II, Srhrnck,
William S. Smith,
John IV. Taylor,
Enos 'i’. Throop,
I leorgc Townsend,
Jon than War!,
Pet r II. W end iver,
Jam s W. Wilkin,
John It. A nt' s.
. Vr sa-./lrn»e,i.
Ezra linker,
l’.phran Bateman,
Berj nniii Bennett,
I »is Co u'ict,
1 lent y Southard,
Thomas Wiiiil.
Thomas Burnside,
William Crawford,
VI i'llnm Dttrli gt.ui,
VViPinin Findley,
Hugh ^ iv/,
Isam; Criflin,
John I In!in,
J s"ph II j tor,
J »• ph Flopkir.mn,
Sam id I). Ingham,
Jareil Irwin,
A i- .n L i*-,
William ’lucky,
VVi liam Mihioi',
Wi'liam Piper,
Joh i Poss,
Joint Saraesnf,
Thoms* Smith,
John Ki-rr,
Joseph I^-uos, jtirj.
William M’Coy,
I.'uglt Nelson,
Thomas Newton,
James PI. at,Hnt»,jan.
John Randolph,
William H. Roane,
I).t iel Sneflrv,
R.illar.l Smith,
Ma;;nn3 Tate,
Hjr. St. Gen. Tucker.
JVb rth-Carolina.
J'«.e|iii ri. IJryan.
Jsincs W. Clarke,
John Culpepper,
I) nicl M Sonn y,
Wiliam ha tooj
Wdliam R. King,
Wi'iiam I, vc,
N thaiiiel Macon,
Wiliam II. Murfhree,
Isra I Pickens,
Tticard St an foul,
lv vcis Williams,
Rm tlbtt Y aucey. .
John 0. Calhoun,
John .1 Chappell,
Brnjamiti Huger,
William l«own'hs,
William M tyrant,
Henry Middleton,
Thotnr.s Moore,
John Tavlor,
William Woodward.
Alfred Cuthb- rl,
John Forsythe,
Po li k Hall,
W ilsoti Lumpkin,
Thomas Telfair,
Richard H. Vv ilde,
.T-n’ -s Clark,
He ry Clay,
Joseph Desha,
P> op ft: in Hardin,
Richard M. .1 >hnson,
Samuel M’Kec,
Altu-y M’Lran,
Stephen Or tit: hy,
Solomon IV Sharpe,
Micah Tanl.
Norton Cannoti,
M II. Henderson,
Samuel Powell,
J r '•« R. R lynolds,
la t te. Thotnit,
[One v ic.u 1.1
John Alexander,
James Caldwell,
I) ivi I Clrndunen,
Win. Creighton, jtin.
James Kilh su n,
John M’Lcan.
Thrw. It Kobnlsoti.
Jvmes ’ t. Mlla-e,
John Whit-side,
Will am \' ilso'i,
Thorn ** Wilson,
John V*"r.nds.
Charles Clayton,
Thoi iai f )o ipcr.
Stev-tisovi Ai cher,
C.’or'e Ihvr,
Chas. C liithot-'n»h,
Alexander (J. Hanson,
John C. Herbert,
Nicholas II Mo ry,
W iliam Pinkney,
Philip Stn nt,
Robert Wri.qht,
Vi riniit.
P..ilin P i\a hour,
Hui well 1} ssett,
J*' <_•« II eck- rid-',
Wiiiii i A HurweJ,
John Ciopton,
Thomas Hholson,
1 ’et-1 s in Oiio lwyn,
A li:lt H W-n,
J hn P. Hi p-nforJ,
John (i. Jackson,
James J limsnti.
UL EGA i n.•>
, tT-rritovy. fllhr.it WriVo" ■.
WiMiotn I .'*ffirpore. fta'ifo SicpIwiiS’ii?*
Fiulrma i ’ fr-iton/. Alinouri 1'en-iinry,
Jonsiha.i Jcnuing!. Rufn Kniton.
Seniors 33
K 1,-p o- titi»cs
Dcleg'ites <t
Total X'i!
From the merger of'n'tiS-rs known to
hnvcalrealy n.irivcd, there is hut little
dnu >t that bjtli !n#,» <r* *.!l ti^ke a 'JU'>rurn
this day.
Monday, Oct. 30.
Patty Hugh\ Petition.—The commit
tee to whom was referred the Petition of |
Patty Hugh, stating that her husband was
taken from his family, in C m tan, and
transported into the province of Lower
Canada, together with most of his person
al property, where lie had been detained
in prison, and finally, wrongfully and un
justly convicted for man-slaughter, and
sentenced to six months imprisonn ent ;
that she has been at-great expsnee in fur
nishing him with testimony, counsel, ike. at
three several terms of the court at Montre
! d and Three Rivers ; that site has a fami
ly of five young children, dependent upon
1 her for subsistence ; tha. she has ex mils
ted her credit and that of her friend.? in
borrowing money to furnish her husband
with necessary evidence and subs stetice,
and praying f-r pecuniary rolit ?, made re
port that the prayer of ti c petition ought
*<> b* granted. Report »cc* ptrd, and «i bill
•!,recti g t'mtre- sury tr< pay Patty Hugh,
Fije Hundred Dollar?, w src idthe first
and second times in 1 passed to be engros
sed for u third reading.
An amendment wnsp.-opf s-*d to strike out
500 and insert 1000 dollars—rejected. Tue
bill final y passed, and was s r-.t to the (Go
vernor anil Conned : who sett t ha
a netided as to give Patty Il-igh 1000 dol
lars. I ho hnu-e coneurre !.
From the London Pint of Aug. 25.
A grossly exaggerated statement has rp
pe ired i » some of the public p; pens in the
following terms :
“ Thirty r gm nts are to be se-t im
m' diatrlv t<. India, which are to be made
1000 Strong each, by volunteering, which is
to he permitted from those regim n's which
arc not ordcied. New rrchueic«. ..ic
to he raised fr.rTndi* ?f*rvire, but vhr*!,cr
i i Britain or in 1 r*in. I l ave not lo-.rrd ”
Any body who is in the slightest degree
acquainted with the subject, mu the aware
that to send 30,000 mm to India would* be
•n enterprs- ot greater magnitude than
sending 100,000 to slmnica. The thing is
in effect, quite impracticable; and ai li j’
as we hove already moie th n oi ce men
tioned, considerable r-inforremnis will be
required fur the armirsengag d in th* Na
ll ml warfare, which reinforcements beine
drawn, in the first instances, from the ad
jacent presidencies and setdements, will ul -
timately ere it-i a necessity f >r cons durable
additions from home, still th • one third of
th- vast armament suggested in the para
graph before us, is f n- mor, than can lie re
qiu c 1 or c-nveyed in any. one instance •
>" '« d w- hope and believe, that the tot. i
:>nv unt of requisition that ran b* nercs^ary
to rn~ct the exigency, t! e reinforcem* nis
required to bring t>>e Nap ml war to a fa
vour bh a cl decisive issue, mus' he h<-kcd
for from M dras and R mb v, where pre
par .ti ns are made to forward them from
J »v •, whither two of t: e Company’s ships
of the first class, the Cuffhtdls and Rov 1
Chariott'*, rach of 1200 tons, to bring all
j that could be spared from <"eyW?, where
th - complete cnnqu stof the ,’f Candy
will allow gr at p m of th* existing mile »
ry s'veng'h t> be '‘ispens;d with; and
tv f* o " t u* Tie of 1* ran. e -md Cape of
(*00 1 Mope. T call fin* troops from En
gl ut’■ wi.h a vj-tv to the N tpaul war,
,vou! 1 be to look to a res urce whi-'h
c ni l net c .me to cd n there till full two
y is ftcr tlu- call. TU; reeju >ition of
troops from England, must, in fart, have
for its o j. ct nicely ihe maki g good th ;
casu ’.ties f the forces no we-npl ve in til * I
war, *>r to give a prudent add ti n of!
st i ength to th * ex sti g stab.ishmrnts.-— !
Th* utmost amount rrqu red that we h .ve
heard from any r sp ctable sour e, is not
rated t b ve six b t di ns ; and even
th t number ro npl te 1 to 1000 men each
bait li m. as is uru l in regiments s nt to
Indi -, w il be a very f rmi aide armvn. nt.
an I by far the most coasiderabl ev r sent
at any one time from Europe to India. It
wili, therefor , bn fully sultirdent to shew
the serious difficulties of the Napaul War.
The statements in our private commu
cications respecting the unpleasant results
of the war against Napaul, are confirmed
by the following extract of a letter from
M tdeir.i, M ir h 12,1315 :
*• The dispatches by the last and prere- t
fl -ets arc perhaps r»f i more alarming cha
racter than any that have been received in
Cc ulenhall street for the last twenty years.
Ill H *nfr 1 nfMViw.a 1. " i * "»
repeat'd./ defeated, but obliged to 'act on
the defensive: and the moral effects of
this hi w never to be removed from the
m nds of the natives. The war aga nst ill
brave and li irdy highlanders of N.paul.
lias b en un hubtedly commenc- d under an
gnorance of their i liar ic.ti-r and rcsonr es.
a id it has in consequence b en cnnducteii
with inad-quite means. The times are
miserably changed when (;.s is the f ct at
t ii i ninmc it.) our tro ps are f ruling en—
trenched cunps within the Comp ny's an
ti nt possessions—In »c: d 1 f at to r p-at
he alar mug reports which the p st f * ;rh
day hr g. us. On this <i e of India, we
AT' on the eve of a Mahratt* war, the rer
ta-n consequence of a failure n N paul._
Sir T. Hi -lop has taken th>- fi 11, and is or
guv/.i g au army of 30 000 men. The
cxp.-nce is enormous ! The government
p p i ;s at a he ivy d scotr.t. Tlii-is an un
favour’.-tble view four situation, but unfor
tunately 't ns too true a on".”
prockrnbrou^h \Sf f/urvic
t a \ v E re-n’.iniiig on Ivin I, of tin ir importation
} a by fh*• In.Imn Chief md Pbiji;i Tnbb, h vurie
lT. Wirilleti nn ! Cot*on Goo!» anil Ctitk-rr,,
wln-ti they aruilcl. rmii. fi vli at the most re
prices, by wh I sal,- an.! retail, at their store
on tie .ilirkU-IJrklgv, for c&sh or acceptance* in
December 7. fll.if
5 JftJKSI/AN l u> a <1j jree ot tau c iu.it.
j. r' ."'."'TV"','!’ w N..»rmSrr t Tin. Ill 15, will !<•
. iH, loth, hisjhrst ln.l ,rr, no I h.irvlnr. tin- 2<tli o/thvm-t*
"rmih, ifW, if n.e "...rnirdiiy.al ihe tnlv f.-si
.!. (.0 nl KoubcijShrpjHid, dri ’.l,... U.r upper end of ll.-ure
r..f.TO.iy,o.M,.r-|.| ..( twelve rn.mtlit.th" fi.ltowin-r ilnv, ,.
try. -. Sum, .Itinr. N.i.ic), nod her iMhxt tl.il.l, The above
Lr.UTe' /u '"LT” r iliilrihution
Inf m^IWW uf bl»< pi»nr.f.
tAywr.i. coTr.tn.i.. /
CHAtl.PS iroo t)H'AK n, -
o il. 1.1AM UC XLF.l, I J,
n. . KOr.1L /■. Sm.rp.tRO, J v
-■__r. t-ne -
l»ANTKl», ’ .
.1 C'lmral Traehf' for the PcierJr.trg Academy.
1 b. 1 d OOl) having he-'-n c^e'*f'-d
** «J;>cntoflh. nbor Ar..l..,„y. ftn. ,>... y-,f.
r.,n...f e II .psii-^ .,,,
Cifrrk, l/’rtn «■! Eir.llsh l>in;..r nt nts-> tvrf.jn- --.a
Anthm'-.ir. Tt. ttieh a p. rvm.nue h,.|r of the ppL'-rs nfih.«
Inat'.:* m, «r* nry li‘> nlphry v. ill tv- *mu,.
ai»i(i •(•".(!>» w«u I.- pn f r.-cl Is.it Mfrrs p *( i„e(.t •
*''kM“ *''J r. t.;n w
i,» 7. 6,-tf
hr* m tt —BWEt— — a t — hhhhiii Mm am 1
V . .. : !; • *• / . .• :
' '■ I
* •' s''/'. \\v.>
imi»o.’n'A.vr quzJTTga:
A cart* decided by the (lem'ral Court of ibis State
•t its last Session, tins been touched on in die Ea*
«|«»*r*-r ; but, not v. itli the attention w iiich its impur.
• am-e demands. The point i», whether the State
Com ts are hn'iiid l>v the Cowstimti >n in rni rv
execution, tin; penal laws of the l\ S.—Tile dilfiuul.
lies wili' li it suggi i:smv l»y no uu an* trivial 1st ]j
Congresa iitxes s the State Court! with jurisdiction
in these matters, vliat guanoitvv have tln-v that the
S'e. e Courts wi I exercise it ? The fact is, the
highest criminal Trit.u ai ef V i-iain, ims nmv i> .
fated to act. Every right Ought to hare its vem-.
ilti— In:', how can Co. p e-wpu* ish the State Cen ts
or t vir C' '.tumucy ? 1 :iev v.i ;not h i i npenohed
hef e-p the Senate of the L.S._th ir Judges cv.mt
be sttip;w d of their Cominiviot *, which Hi e derive l
; from another porernment. But, if they werctoaot
; what k< cm ily have the V. S. that tliev aiil (l tact
lerong P How Chit they pnmrh them if they were tv
a-uw th* ir powers ?—‘J .. If Congress gi>- s th. ra :e»
adtliii.iud Hilary, might tint th:» h<>•* Inibe to >1,.
Stati Judges to stretch the federal iurmhctlna. to p 0
(I triment t f the State Iu<h*i ? A»-l in the 3d
nlsc* , if the U. S. mtablidt s * t of ion ri r Judges,
d prndvut i l oe upon them, throughout hM die
Hta .v. Volt increase die expenditure ami the i iP t.
tec: ol the U. S. bevond its desirable limits. There
d ftlcul'.i s are not triflin' ,* nor arc they vno. Thrv
weie a ticipau d kt ihe formation ofUmConufitutioi*
ar.d strong t ai es »i them his* to hr scon in the D. -'
b l'-s ' I' he \ iiyini t Converlior, and in the writin s
•1 thise times.-It ii not Hr ua t.i fay at ih.»
moment, what orgar.iratiou ought to be adopud—
hnt in n government where twojurisdictions xi,t
difficulties and collision* must prevail betwi en then.’
Experience and impartiality can a! on jire.se ri he the
Remedy.— iththese* hasty remarhx, we bcgltav*
to introduc* the fotlnwi g extracts from “ The
\V a shiny ton City (lar.ett*”— with the s* bsetyi., ’
comments and argument* from an able pen.— I ),,.
Editor nl the < ‘ity (i s ttc is r qui sted to re-pub1:<,h
diein, tiiHt tiny may have e* ei*y opportunity </
reaching the Member, efConeress.
From the' ». f’/ro je'trlrft/ Gazette
Relative to the. Judi-ial Pomr tf tU United
\7t- miiit.-t1ie follow ;■!»<( iVnient frot- thednilv nt-tven..
J>crs,.t liavmp first appeared, as ucmv Riven to ihmIstvI Jut
in :li Fti, .iimmd. \-,i-nnl- Cnrnpittr. ’Ibe poutitt ol tlii/
i <•!< M .it would Kent, jv. -.luit n state rnurt. tdiiu,i: -h , .
mdicin.ii icov l„ CM,-id,s| 10 it by an art of tin- notional J,.
Rl'l tiir,', ii im; a triMm.-d oidnnu'd met cjtabluhcd/,,/ Cor
AVr" ■f1"'*’*"" t'len'Ibrr.ti.tT.s ti|xni this dotl'it: Win il,. r
t.i *'inf rior t, il>u.i-iK.“ iilltaksl tointhi* 1st stx*tinn of the it
article of th Comtltuticn iflfe U.iiud Stotes.n init-s. t\Ui.
,n'' r'ri-tribiiuni- ordained mtd <M.ljiihcd,* nltont
"... ,bv tsitr-.is■ • or»f»,tli.r Ui y do not irnplv. ul.o,
r moss "I >■ Inch roi Rf. s r.Dj/lr.ujt lime to time, onlijn
i ‘ <s.;uli..i « iiirwl.it'.nt ! flic distinction taken In <•
•tiifjudt;-lb,- ■> atlrr will perc- ivr. is quite nice nnd p'
0. I: a n*- tli.* owtitninid_»r
culler t!, l.y -let of tbri, v *..« jmlk ,:d powrc in* ,,,k
Court. ti-..-n vo- , C im-(,.;t,e ,(«,«•,-r veted.ii r, ,
c itirtoi tiie Li. : J f talcs.urdnineil and e.tnHivlust !r. c
erc-vs. • hed s-istom are entirely cotil rary to the scnv'oftj,
nal.urr I ' i;o. .lore. i.s expre-wl in v arious of their a.t
tnmi tin* j-ear 17S'» to the prevent time. •
Ciurt.vm, • vpti a court orfu'lni|v M,c
1, .1 by loiigr expound the CO S<nTlZrTIO nnd „ ..
j i.i-ui ,|i:r sdie'ion nt j 1 ysiire. upon the PresHnipt'on i! ; »
law « amv,iivtitiitt(iiial ? Thisisnu nk’.lint w>- believe
uiuettlo.lt,tuMittn ; and then new.: v arrive when i, uia J-fc.
vcry iinoortnut that it vl.onld !v pr.i. crivdecid'd 5
U lib respect to -i n. -or. rei*nt;.. v. Jo , tlnrJi t',c iV
cumiiix tv Wise one*. Ii the din trine which tb. s incident •
i l« 1 •".'••I •s!’*,,«'nonl- atfy rrlaic»si, for tie
dee odmuintranon Ofjmuce ; and. in proporfimi os it k.-p
niftoVr-* 'V’,*-!,71;rtS v{^ ^ wm.tl** Comparative insi*r
niR.-uir^. •oi!lnstr.>ieths pmhuh»e eflWt hr an-'«-v tb *
ii.dc"uwd' r ’'r; ;-vc!- vn 1 v »»•*•^ «».>, -
v-.il 2!L • i Suttes that tie- sfnte l-aul-g wotil ! too
veil nrpumed Dalional Jratk. By esttason, uniform prim
Cipl.s t.f procclit;- ... by see, -,l.,
aiiil iofc lir.V !«"" Ifinramrahly ckro-.r! n.toUie stoti.
aiiu loti, iltc , uf (he- comiitui.iiy.
SIP^0 lI>e E li!or the Enquirer.
M lien tin- Cene -aJ Com : of this r^notm.-iV:
at Hi I'tu *• ssit t:, duet!-,! that it was tioc''Mtptttfo ’
1 ami improp.-r fr. t'.t* H .te C n t, 10 r,-|;M. •• .
penal lum ,£ v e U itetl .Si de, tiio viviklin** ku' •
fdth lyuiiit exj.ii.ss .1 tli,* r-ots t,s on which tli* -
c!3ion WMlniit (III!. '1 he opinion 'vascntitcls itisfai -
ory n oil win heard it, let u fortlln'*"!v i- w-s... • ,
-rt' nopr.l A writ,-i- i The Washburn C,tv
. y ;,'7:,:er hi X!iv,ns:iy to’he tlecbion.
-ri" r o'"1-' fth,‘ '*•’ «!'• rp-ound of t:,€! (I, ciiir.n.-l
l ..t, w* remarks were wi^tcn shonly afier
-...■ it saw -
Mr: artutu- ■ tn w| io!i tvpre athhiepd in f.vor nf ii
0*j;,,m0ti' ,fy™ h • ro;> V v..ti mtu puh’bh .( p,
I It®writei* ip the: «• Caz ti ; b (he decultm
tin tut it ..."Sttr r.s if v. yards tluj sb.l s
smvnefrnl. x) and that th doMri e, if i, ..;i,
iod -T V,1!- 'K ft;s*"7 »" • "I- iTSB v rv much ti.i
jml'einl e td.hslime-,1 ,:f ,hTl ;f.,j Sint-s This
niov he ihe CJ1S-. Tlu- fien r •’ Court rave he <!,
eision w!,.ch they thou, »,t eorr tt. f'uvie.c lirit, n
!’" "*hto 1'JPi' ut the ('o-'ti tKkvo of the Unite,l
SifCs; they heii v-,1 that they ro.i’d „ot assumes
Jbrirdiet ou whitli c-ti,r,ve,,e,I its letter and it, sui
d^nTi teTCI' b> ®,,fi», q'«e'ice of tlieir dr
I In* flazntt, ” asks ties ti'tes'ion, n U^n A
!; 2l0t.C °“n a Cl „ri;*ir all , estahiish
, 7 J’T <>o, sress, ex-pound ti,e Cunstitution, ntul
uisclui'u jur s licti hi at pleas ire, noon the pre*
1 h i .at n nncunMifUTio -j! t I will
not pretend to answer this question, although nil the
Courts both Federal and Sft-, h.v heretofore
un'l*Ttaken t:i r\poiiiid the Constitution. I hog
1 :HV\ »oo!eerve that this q-wstinn will pmhahly he
""c,! ■' f--y days in th-sSupr-n, of An
! "U'L’stami that me question
to he decried in that rnv>, i«, whether « I w nf Con.
,Lh " bich r.utlior;z* s a \\ r i 'ifErrnr to issue from
t ie Supreme Coon of the U, S. ... a iu tpnentoT
the aiiprerue Crnii'i of a State, l»e constitutional er
nof. As this rh ei. ion may he daily exacted, it
wonhl he premature to say nny thing on the tub
“ Whether a State Coutt an, Coiutituti
mmliy, enforce the Renal Laws of the
United Staten ?”
'I'hc Congress of th- United Stsfes, by
an act passed on the 2d August, 1813, ui
•tetrd, tli it every person xvlm shoui-rbe a
R tdl D'aler in Win-s distil d Spiritu
ous Liquors, or foreign merchandise, on
the 1st J unmrv, 1314. should apply fur an l
obtain, from the Collector of the District in
wh.ch he resides, one nr more licences fnr
carrying on the business of sell tig by rc
ta 1 as a fore aoid, which li enc"s are to ccn
tinue in force fi r one yc r: the duties nav
els on the naill licca.es a e fixed by tie
art, and it annexes a fnna/ty of <5j50 on
the c r*-t ilers who sell without license, li
ver and above the amount of duh\ It al
so, annexes a like fienaftu on tiiose who re
tail at more tli m one pi ice at the gimc
time, under the sam* license. B? th b h
section of the nc. “all fi ,* s, pen.ilt.es ft
“ f irfeitur-s. which sh il be incurred by
force of til’s act, shall an 1 may' be sued
“ f,,r anti recovered in the name of the lT.
“ S. or ot the Collector within w’"osp (H»
tri< t any surh fine, penal y, or forfeiture
“ shall li <veb'-n iocurre \ by l)Ul, pi ,int,
" information ; on; moiety, and
where the cause oi action or toffiplairt
“ s’'1®’! uri«e or accrue more than fif v mile*
“ distant from thenear-st place bv Jawes
" tabl-shecl f ir the holding of a District
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