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;«i the Batik of the United State?, would
increase the embarrassments which af
flict the commercial 'parts of the country,
► and that, ilfliat institution were once dis
abled by jhe loss of public confidence,
specie would disappear from circulation,
and there would remain no paper possess
ing suthcicntly the confidence ot the com
munity to pass even from hand to hand.
B.we were surprised at the article in I lie
V«eekly Register, which we remark upon,
we have been equally so in finding con
temporaneously published in a western
paper the article which, that it may speak
tor itself, wj have copied ut large into a
preceding column.
The statement? contained in that ex
tract, which the editor hopes are *• vile-dan
dors on the Secretary oft lie Treasury,”
we are called upon, almost by name, to
contradict if we can. We arc glad to
have it in our power to do so. it is a
double pleasure so to do, when at the
same lime we aid the cause ot truth, we
have it m our power to gratify the wishes
I of the Editor tif the Herald.
It is not true, that the Secretary of the
Treasury (or any body el-e) has issued
“ an order uut to receive the Branch
Notes of the Bank in payment ol duties,
unless they purport to be issued in the
place where the payment is made.”—
'flie Notes of ihe Bank and ol ilsOlh
ces are every where received in payment
of duties and always have been.
It ik not true, that any circular, or any
thing of that kind, has been written to
the Senators or Represent:-fives in Con
gress from the Treasury Department, on
that or any other subject.
These peremptory denials, it mav be
proper to add, are not made without suf
ficient authority. |Nat. hit.
New York —The next election of
•-Governor is already tin* topio of much
discusion in the state of New York. The
present Vice President of the United
Slates is spoken of as a proper person for
the Office by those who are opposed to
the re-election of Governor Clinton.
The Governor has issued a proclamation
requiring all persons who have sealed
• ‘it nx-lvesun Grand Island,in tlteNiagu
ra riv»*r, to abandon the same on or be
fore the lirst Monday in November, un
der penalty of the coercion prescribed bv
i_ :.* a ..i ._
Pennsylvania.—In this slat.*, also,
a violent storm is evidently gathering,
which will befell on the recurrence of the
triennial election of Gov nor. It is pretty
certain the election of Governor Findlay
w ill be opposed ; with wli.it success i* no!
ho certain. SimonSnifderJ lie late ( Joveriior,
is'again snokc n of. It is probable, how
ever, tl at there will he three candidates
at least for the office,as there appear now
to he not three only, hut four parties in tin
state, tin-old Federal Party being one, and
three-others being divisions of the Dcmo
• cratic or Republican party.
Connecticut.—'I’he expenses of tin
state of Connecticut from April to, 1818,
to April 10, 181b, an- stated at $110,082.
Revenue about St 17,OIK). Funds of the
state in tile United States’ Stock and Bank
Stock, $403,220.
Kentucky.—In this state, the election
of the State Legislature lias just taken
» place. In some ol the counties it was
warmly contested.
Among the members elected to the
House of Representatives, is Richard M.
Johnson, well known for his military ser
vice and tor ins long and laborious *er\ ice
in Congress. HI. D. Hardin, (formerly
in the Senate ol the United Stales) was
also elected. John Pope, formerly in the
Senate, and lor a year or t wo Secretary
ol the State of Kentucky, was a candi
date, but was not elected.
Oliver (l. Waggoner, is appointed by the
•tGovernor to be Secretary of State, vice
John Pope, resigned.
Tennessee.—The election for Go
vernor ami Members of the Legislature
baa just taken place. Joseph M'lWinn
(thepresent Governo ) and Lunch Parsons,
were candidates tor the office of governor.
There is little doubt, from the returns
we have seen, of the success the former.
Mississippi—In this state,, the elec
tion for Governor, Lieutenant‘Governor,
Ac. has just taken place. The candi
date* for the former office were George
Poindexter, (lately a Representative in
Congress) and I'homos Hinds. The tc
imus received indicate the election of
Air. Poindexter. Of the tw6 candidates
lor the office of Lieutenant Governor,
( Panic/ Harnett ami James Patton) it is
difficult to judge which i* elected. The
candidates to represent the Stale in Con
gre.-s are Christopher Ilanhin and (.'owlcs
Mead. The IVflillitt ri»Pi'ii »• f I tn>i n/kt rlo.
qisive of this coolest.
Inl)i \na —The election lias also just
Taken place in this State for (ioveriior.
.Jonathan Jennings is believed ft* have been
ve-elected, alter an active campaign ; his
opponent was Christopher J Jam son, the
Lite Lieutenant Oiovej nor.
August 31.—lliclrard Bland I ,ee, ol the
district of Columbia, Judge ot tip* Or
phans Court for the county of Washing
ton, in the district aforesaid, vice Hubert
Brent, resigned.
u\orth Carolina Congressional Flection.
W e liav • received complete return from
.ill the Districts hi the stale, one only
excepted, jo l-lic results already an
neuuced, the following may lie added ; j
In the Wilmington district, Charles
Moolis is elected; his majority over Mr. ;
Stanford being fe.pj votes.
In the Salisbury district, Charles Fisher
!•> re-elected, without opposition.
In the Mecklenburg district, William
. Da aid tan is re-elected ; also, j! is believed,
without opposition.
I he Buncombe district only remains
lo he heard hum. In |tic* county ol
Buncombe Felix Walker, (who represent
ed the district in the last Congress,) hail
POd voles, and Joseph flJ, i), (.acton 'zi'Z
" At this time Great Urttaln, France, a at Mint In,
lone noMlnbttr rj (he high,.I iron, ot II i.,tr „ ,
unite tic Ini, e Mr. hot/, at ion, It,-. Malinin,
at ! nr,, a, ,, Mr / ottylh , i Mo/lrhl. (ha /one
,|J? ’ ",e °t (Mags to continue l Mtquirrr.
I lie inequality ol our intercourse with
foreign nations is not so great, it appears
to IIS, MS the Enquirer supposes. The
Minister ot (Jreat Hritain is, it is iruc, at
present on a visit to his own couiitiv. I!
he does nol himself return, there is i o
ilould ,ih place will be promptly tilled
by some other person. The minister ol
/ranee it yet with ns ; and, when he de
parts, goes in the expectation ol immcdi
t.telv returning. The Minister of Spain
Having resided in this country ten yeais,
fias, at the conclusion of an important
rtegociafion, returned h<>m«. 'Hint mis
sion, however, will no doubt soon be re
placed. How stands the Per Contra!
t Af have no minister in Holland, while she
has \ iscoiint (^mtbeck here ; we have no
Minister in Pmuiu/whiliit she ha* M.
(ireulim here; we bare no minister in
Sweden, whilst slie has Baron Stackelberg
here. Mr. Forsyth is in Spain, hut will
not he long there, being expected tonne
before the session of Congress. Mr.
Campbell i,; in Ifatssi*, but it is reported
is about to return. The balance of the
account, therefore, tlie Ftiquirer will per
ceive, already against ii>, is expected to
be still more so before :t becomes less.
(Aar. Jut.
Abstract of the laws and regulations relative
t« deposites for coinage, at the Mint of the
United States, in Philadelphia.
f. Deposites ot gold and silver, to
any amount (except very small dcpn-iics,
say under the value of S 60. when interior
to the legal standard) will lie ruectved at
tlie Mint, from :tnv individual or public
body, at any lime in working hours ; ibo'
it is desirable that they should be made
dming the forenoon.
2. A trout 12 o’clock on tlie next day
alter liie depo.site is made, when the As
sayer w ill have ascertained !ts quality, the
deposiler will receive limn tin* Treasurer
a eciltficale ol Jits real intrinsic value,
without any deduction, except a very
small one for refining, when the quality
is under the lug.il standard; and this err
1 die.lie will entitle the owner to receive
from tlie Treasurer of the Mint its full
amount in specie, as soon as it shall have
been coined ; or the certificate will bcim
mediately taken at most ot tin Banks in
the oil v, and tlie amount paid, cithci
without any discount, or, at most, not
exceeding one -half nr one per cent.
Philadelphia, Aug. at.—Tlie Board
ot Health has prohibited vessels, goods
or persons, from coming to this city from
Baltimore, on account of the prevalent
lever tin-re. Tin* passengers in the steam
boat, among whom were a number ol
members ol the theatrical corps, were
to-day permitted to land <:l Camden, op
posite tiie city ; and the boat will conti
nue for the present to bring up the smith
cm mail. [Franklin Gas.
September 2.—UNITED States Bank
Stock—!H» oHerert, S>7 asked, no sales
tills hucumiii. In New York yesterday ,
bt>K ottered DC,’ asked, no sales. [lit.
Rai.timouk, September B.—We are
lii'P!*.'' t«> have U in our power to Male to
om nailers tiiul the reporls ol tlicpli\M
ev.tus lor (lie twenly-lour hours ending on
VliiuMb.y morning enumerate only turn
•lew eases ol malignant (ever.
1 he Board ol Health, says the Oazetle
of i i*l eveninj*, have made arrangements
to pubiisii, herealler, daily, the names ol
all persons Interred willim the city, so
long as any cases ot malignant fever arc
known to exist. [American.
Norfolk, September l.Mr. Lyfore
at hie heading liiium, has received by tb*
Jehu and Adeline, from Bermuda, the Hamil
ton p.ipr r- to ihe 11th ult, and a very great va
riety oi '.V est India paper* tromli.s eonespoii
dents in the dilieient British island*. On *
hasty perusal ot these tiles we can perceivi
nothing in them of public iutei est, except the
billowing extracts Horn latest Bermuda im
pels :
H’ehave a report irnin Trinidad, that Boli
var had cotile into the possession ot a consi
derable quantity ot specie,which lie had ta
ken t:om the Kovnli*,s by snipli/.e. Itiscer
tumly <t thing vvi .ch he wa» very niiich it
want ol: it is said timber that the expeduioi
composed principally oi British troops, hat:
saileil Iroin 'Inigariita, lor Culiiana, on ih<
.'ia n. It they luxe Hint town, Barcelona, wt
should suppose must fall; by which mean;
they can march directly upon tin.- City of Cm
raocas—ii i3.ni Monuo doe* not object to it —
Our leaders are a ware,* that from the begin
ning ol June till late in the antinnii,an armj
cannot opera: eon the inundated plains lie I wen
Angostura auif Caracra* ; so that news ol bin
little butchery can beat piesem expected truir
lliat quai ter.
On Sunday the 18th July, a boat with 3 »(Pi
cer* and ten men,arrived at Port Spam, Ti .
n)dad,fi(i the Gulf of I'aria :)—tliey had beet
sent up the Oronoco b\ tiie American higuti
John Atla/.ns Commodore Berry, tor u pilu
which thev procured,but on llict; return, they
could find neither tlit- Jnlm Adams nor il,t
*cluir tender which wa. iii hci company.—
1 hey relamled ihe pilot, and wont to Trim
'••id, expecting the vessels had bore up foi
I’nrt Spain.
Hamilton,(Bermuda) Aug. 11.18t!i.
A Bill is hi a forward stage of progressior
through the House of Assembly to authori/i
the a point men t ol Sworn Inspectors and .Mea
surer* ntall kiudsof imported Lumber. The an
ihniit\ for appointing as many persons as mu*
•»*• thought necessary oi proper, we un
derstand, is to be vested in the Corpora
tion of each town, (Hamilton and St
George’s.) It will probably he left to the op
tion ol the inerrliaim or parties concerned, ti
emplov an 1 uspector and Measurer, m not.—
I lie tecs pri>|)>)x«-n mine mil, are as t,.||ow
\Vhite'Piur.2*. — Prtcli Pine. 2.x (i,/. per. M.
Slaves, lx. hi/,; Shingles, lx. (One shilling
Bermuda or Jamaica cm icncy, is exactly I.
The following is an extract Irimi a letiei
from a well informed anil impartial gcutleinai
in Tiiiii>l.i(l, tv the editor of this Gazette, da
ted the 2Hili July :
“ There is nothing of congcrpinnre lalel'
f'om the Main. Bolivar has advanced a eon"
siderahle distance into New Grcm.ila. whiel
is lepiesented as being in a state of rebellion
I’uez wav left by liim on the »iver \pure, ti
keep in check the Royalist* about that (|nai
ter, which it appeal * he is capable of doing.—
’The Independents, it is fully believed, bail tin
advantage in every skirmish* with tin; Royalist
tllis campaign—but they arc a vagabond set
altngethei.” \Hnunn.
x, -September 4 The U. H. frigati
Ona(<-;i„i,on, Captain Waomkirtii, dropper
down Ilom t*»e Navy Yard yesterday alter
noon, between live and six o'clock, and andior
td oli l-'ort Nelson. i//,.
Boston. "vijnsiSd —»Ve learn from a friem
in I i i ijoad, an extract of wtmse lelter wi
putdisli to-day f!i if tn» united Patriot force
iiicb i Gres Mann, .saraza and Bermudez
had gallic ! a victory over a body of i- valixi
under Gen Arana, in the plains of Cmuana
an I that the city ut ('nmai.a was blockade'
bv the British troops under Col Knglisli am
Gen t rdau.t I s land, u ni \<| Brum's xi|Had
ran by sea. We shall publish the account a
leic/lli to-morrow, a-, given hy our coiie«pon
•I'l't- * \Dai.AJr.
Lri’uctnf a teller to the F‘ litor of the D.til
A tier ether, tinted toil Spain, (Trinidad,
./>' // 2 I.
“On .Sunday morning, the lest I* ihst.Mi
, master, nod \Jr. Parrot, a midxhipniar
belonging to Use United Si,nos ship Joint A
dam*, arrived here in her long boat, witli |
m n. They reported, dial lliey were despatch
f d bv (liiiti. Perry to examine the mouth c
j I ho Or.moon. Drifted by the current, the
[ lost sight of their slop, an well as of their ten
der. the Nonsuch, and came np to Poll t
| Spain in hope* of finding the ship at audio
| here.
“ They were absent from the ship eight day
I when lhey arrived here, and had when the
, left her but three days provision*. 'They wool
| have fared extremely Imd. bad it not been (<,
the hospitality of the planter* on the south c
Ihe island, who gave I hem provision*. Isa'
Mr. Doxcy and Mr. Parrot,they speak in big
terms ol the hospitality nl the Tiiuidail plan
‘•is 1 hope they may have reason lo speak «
of Ihe Government. 'They arrived here desi
line of provision* and money, and with onl
the suit o| rloilie* • hey hail upon llieir back
They have been supplied wiili both, an«l‘*i
refilling the Irons, and wilt sail for Angnsim
tomorrow morning, where they expf'tto met
with the tender.
“ Their arrival here eftcitml -rent curioMtv,
amt it even was whispered among some weak
and looli-h people yesterday, that they had
c<> me as spies to reconnoitre our <h»rr<.'
**TlicJohn Adams expected to hav e railed
here, and perhaps will bu here shortly, she
cal led at B.irhtnloes, a» wc were informed bv
Mr. Doxey.”
We observe with lively pleasure, that the
publication of the ** Norfidk and Portsmouth
Herald” was returned on the J fit It ultimo—the
death of one of tbeeditoia lijvutg Occasioned
an unavoidable tNtpeution for forty days.
We gladly bail ttie re-appearance «i’ this
well directed print, aud sincerely wish Mr.
Thomas <*. Broughton, its wot thy’editor, and
our attentive correspondent, a rich lecoui
pence lor his icsoliitc, indefatigable perseve
rance. Ttl.
»'/* Wc intended to have formally noticed
beloie, tiic revival of the lltruld—it gives us
pleasure Cordially to jein the Telegiaph in the
panegyric it pays Mr. Bioiightou. [Truj.
Charleston, August vw.t-Tbe U. S.
Itrig h'l'tervrise. Lieut. K E.\H m-.v, arriv
ed in] our Bar on rinifs-iiy la-T ;:t search
oi I wo piratical viwis nr | iiv atccrs,
wliicli bad been «ecn off" San«i\ Hook,
umlcr suspicious circdiiisiaucc.s’, for sev
eral days.
KaI.kioh, September:}.—On Monday
night last, a stable owned by M. Sluiw,
01 Cumberland county. was tlestioyed
by tire. It contained II horses, aud a
quantity ol forage. The horses, except
two, were owned l»v Win. Kudin, Esq. of
ibis place, one of the mail contractors
b- tween Ibis tow u amt Fayetteville. Eight
*d tin* 11 horses were burnt to death, and
2 ol the otliers materially injured. Mr.
K’s. loss w as about loOo dollars. We are
happy lo sav that tile line of stages will
not be interrupted, as Mr. II. has sup
plied bittisi ll with horses, and will con
linue to keep if up in a manner that must
be acceptable to all travellers. |£W.
Gen. M'Gregor.—We have seen Captain
Seoyett, whose atriVjl we ineiittoned in
yesterday's Gazette. He left Au\ Caves
on the 16th nil. at which time Gen.
JVi‘(jregor was al tbal place, and hud
shortly before, received 5000stand of arms
in a schooner dir et front Portsmouth.
England, sent out by an agent there.—
Cap}. Scoyen further states, that it was
cut rent r< port al Aux Caves, that Gen.
liivgor s agents in England ami Hoi
lan<t, hud <#iilisted about l.^UI inrii, whose
arrival was daily expected ; but their des
tination, wlieu assembled, was not
known. [,V. Y. Gaz.
Buffalo, August 34—On Thursday
last, at the court 0/ king’s bench, at Ni
agara, II. C. held by lion, chief justice
Rowell, came on the trial of the King vs.
Bartemeus I Vrguson, editor of the Niaga
la Spectator, tor publishing a libel in Ins
paper, about the 1st ol July last, wlieu
alter bearing counsel, the judge commit
ted the cause to a'spccial jury, who tound
Mr. Ferguson gin it y. He will receive bis
sentence at the coutl of king’s bench, at
New York in November next ; in the
mean lime be will be kept in close confine
On Friday, came on, before the same
court, the trial ot Robeit fioiirlay, Esq.
lor a misdemeanor, in not obey ing the
orderofthe magistrates, at Niagara, in
December last. Mr. G. was found guilty
FA 1$ KILT US—No. I.
SIR—An intimation lias been thrown
out I * v several writers, win* have lately
appeared in the public prints, on the
subject of banks, that the stales have no
constitutional right to incorporate bank
ing institutions, but that this rigid is ex
clusively vested in the General Govern
ment. This idea, it not now suggested
lor the first time, yet has never been
seriously pressed before on the p»iblir, as
far as ij known to him who now addresses
>ou. I ml ted he finds it distinct I \ admitted
by tin- original and great champion
*>f the right of congress to charter a
bank, Mr. Hamilton, that Ihestates have
an unquestioned right on this subject.—
f II VO 1. 1. D'J. l/it of bis works k I if fid
Sowing passage—“ It lias been stated ur
•an auxiliary lest ol constitutional authn
t'it.v, to fry whether it abridges any pre
existing light of any slate, or anv indi
vidual. The proposed measure will stand
the most severe examination oil this
Coin!. Each stale may still erect as many
auks as it pleases—every individual may
still carry on the banking business, to any
extent he pleases."
It never entered into the ntind of the
advocates ol the United States Bank at
that time, to deny the rigid ot the slates
to incoipoiate a hank. I he great diffi
culty 1 hi'ii, as it really is now, was to
shew, that congress had the constitutional
authority to do so. It appears trout Mr.
Hamilton's argument on the subject be
fore alluded to, that fieiier.il Washington
had called oil the heads ol departments,
for liteir wiiilen opinions, fmt the Secre
tary ot >lale, and attorney general gave
most unqualified opinions, (hat congress
| hail not not the right,opinions which Mr.
Hamilton attempts to answer and con
l title, by attributing to the constitution
* that loose amt accommodating construe
( lion, which iindci the idea ol incidental
powers, would in fact overthrow ail the
barriers between the powers of the jp tie
i lal government ami those reserved to the
^ stales and the people. The cabinet ol
General \\ ashiiigtoii wax divided on the
mibjtt l. Mr. Jefferson amt Mr. Ilandolpli
. thought the hank unconstitutional—Mr,
i Hamilton and Mr. Knox were of the op
posite opinion. It is known that Genera!
' Washington hesitated I ^ig before be
ultimately gave lux sanction to the law.
l The public are not in possession of t lie
i arguments of the members of the cabinet,
who were against the projecl ol the hank,
except as they aie stated in Mr. Ilamd
j ton's reply, amt in the appendix to fttli
r vol. of Marshall's Lite ot Washington.—
i To judge ot them in that form, and
* knowing the talents ot the men, lin y mav
^ well be supposed to have l/cen powerful,
„ and well calculated to make a strong im
i presbion on tlic mind of the president.—
y That impression would naturally hare
’• been strengthened by the recollection ol
Jj what is said without contradiction. In
,t he a tact, that a motion was made in the
• rtttrili’tftwemivn,to give Cctigress Lit
pnurrof creatiug corporation* wlucii was
The minds of the people of this coun
try, were considerably divided oil this
subject.The republican parly were
decidedly ol opinion, that llie hunk was
unconstitutional. This opinion conti
nued to prevail, and still it is believed,
prevails with the majority ot them. The
1 existence ot it dcteated any etloi l to renew
I the charter ol the first bank. It is true
• hat tile financial embarrassments ol the
country, and the strong interest which
the administration took in this sub
ject, succeeded in getting a new bank
law through congress. It dragged on
heavily, and passed with great reluc
tance, and not ns is believed with the
approbolion ol a majority of those either
in or out ol Congress, w ho were opposed
toil upon great constitutional principles.
Having once passed hi this way, it cer
tainly becomes a question of great deli
cacy, to lake any step destructive of it.—
I housands ot innocent prisons lia\e been
induced to \#/si their piopcily m ibis
instil of on, ‘undjr the faith ol congress,
and the government. \\ «• are placed m a
situation where it is as difficult logo
back as.'to go forward. Sound policy and
justice therefore would seem to demand
of those w|n> still think the batik mi
i constitutional, to acquiesce m it v.hilst
the charter exists; hut r serving to them
selves a right to oppose ns being con
sidered as a precedent, which wilJj.isfily
or palliate,any similar iulractiofi id the
const it ut ion. Tin* very circiim&lniice ol
llie necessity ol submitting, in the in
stance spokcu of, makes it fooie itn
pe<iously a duly 1o endeavor to have
the true principles of the constitution
settled and understood, so that the
general government on the one hand, and
llie states on the other, may move iu their
proper orbits.
In rel ittou to llie decision of the su
preme court on the subject ol I lie bank,
it can only, according to the piiiiciples
which regulate judicial interpretation, be
considered as deciding the question be
fore them. It can only be considered as
deciding, that the bank vvj- ‘eecessmv
and proper,’ within the constitutional sig
nification oHImsc words. (t eauuot be
extended toauy other alretupl of congress.
lift ** V HITIvV illf-ilfz*rit«4 I ore ... -
must stand on its own basis. Ih'fults,
the (Incision of the supreme court is noi
conclusive upon a ease like the present.
In relation lo the distribution ol powers,
amongst the departments ot tin* govern
ment of the United Stales itself, it may
tie final, but here is a question ol au
thority between the stales or the people,
and the general government. In relation
to the powers retained, the stales are as
sovereign, as the genera! government is,
with respect to those conceded. Tin*
states are parties lo the compact. Tills
most appear ideally to any one who w ill
consider cither the agency the slate go
vernments had in bringing the general
government into existence, or the circum
stance, that the slate government ar>
essential, and indispensable lo the exist
ewce ot thegeiieraigovernment; that they
are recognized by it ; that a republican
lorm of government is guaranteed to each
stale by the constitution. Would it not
be passing stiauge, that in a compact, by
which sovereign slates are bound to each
other, and their powvts defined, it should
belong to one party to say when the com
pact was violated by itsell f 1 he supreme*
com!, is the court o! the government of
the boiled bfales} appointed bv, and
amenable to it, and though it may be
distinguished by talents and patriotism,
yet can i* be considered as the proper
tribunal to decide in the last resort,
whether a particular power belongs to the
gtoeral nr stale government? f: t\$ WPj|
might it be said that the decision of the
s*at«* courts, is conclusive mr the general
goie nuteut. Thy truth is that ‘whenever
a q.ostioM ;*ri es hetween two states’each
clai-».tiig a t igiil timier a federative com
pact to rx«-rcis« particular authority, it is
a question otgreat delicacy and liequent
Iv difficult Jo tie adjusted. J lie decision
ol neither part;, is emu lusiveon the other,
no mure than would be the expression ot
fire opinion of one individual, about a
compact which be bad with another.
I go into tlif$c enquiries to shew, dial
tin* Bank of the United biates has come
into existence, under very unfavorable
auspices. Illegitimacy has been long, and
seiiously doubled, and it is only cotisid
tied proper to.acquiesce m it from thecir
c in -tances, uii'.b r whicli individuals may
have been tempted to vest their money hi
if, been use a tener.i I de i an .mmucii t in i !■»> n
tiancal n*oni d con* i*ms ol !l»e comiivy,
may result hum Ms destruction. Hnl
that ahy of flie advocates nt a bunk, tlms
created, having suHi doubts and difficul
ties to contend with.—existing, if |
n»a\ »o say, merely by toletaMon,
should urn* insist, or wen ultimate, that
it shall bv considered the only true
bank, tin*! like Aaron’s rod itshall swallow
•ip all die rest ; is an event not to have
been expected. 'I fiat sueli an efleet may
conduce to I lie powei and gratitleui4 of Hie
Hank of the United Slates, may be true.
But it is equally cl ar that it would ena
ble it to control the destinies of this na
li shall be llie object of a subsequent
enquiry, to « xaniiiie w lielber there is any
tiling in llie constitution of the United
States, prohibiting to llie states to incor
porate banks ; and ubnt would be the
probable tdlect ol sneli prohibitum.
* 3o stated, ill positive terms, lit Mr. M-idi
»om*s speech against the lirsl Uriah of theli,
\ long exi-lanatiuy aitiile in tlie last
Georgetown c.«*ri!<;i r (Inaiiift; an official
stamp, and which ol coinse will, doly appear
in ear next.) ‘■l.jtes the nett mini pani mio t he
1' 'I rra*iiiy. (lining Him last ippirtn, troni
i die iu»tinH9 alone, at *• very little sliort'* of
$0,000,000; *xi:<MMli«B|liy .A I,Win 000 the receipt*
ot the pieieding (piailet. ’Itii! ircii) Is Ijvin
the I'uliiu /.»i««/*, exceeded a* i.loti,i> <0, “ be
side* h large atnotiiii nt Mississippi Myi i. »g
cenfdti.i ImnlsTii Mississippi uMl AIdli.nna ’’
t he urn reci iplKloriiie|i>iiri' .ii ending Hie
30fli .luite |.i«t are stated as hilluws ;
Fl Oni the < itstonix ...$ 10 330,001)
— I*iililie Lands..;.2^1/Sjkmi
— Miseellaiiruus sources...\n\ ,t«ej
Tot^l.f» 13/>.Vin'hi
[This ix unexpected good inus to n». tire
;ri*-at pinch upon llie. revenue will however he
tell (Ini mg tin-n*xi year. 'I lie did it* on foreign
goods are on < inlit. The custom lion*’ bond’
tor sail, w na-*r and spin's, are on a inherent
term of ciedit from other article*, l lie bonds
tor other goods, gtneriillg, run as follow's : ii
troni Kttrope at 8,10 aim 12 months; it frnni
die Vi ext, li'dics, at hand U months ; fiom (he
{Fast Indus, at 8, lt>, and 18 Those Mir l by
last spring importations from Korop*, (say 1st
i 'tay lar.t-; will not tie due before January,
ill .11 cii, and Mav n^vt. For the ini pot tali (rtf*
tins- fell, (so 1st ^rpteiobei) they will mil
coree tom tl betortrMny, .Inly amt 8vpterinim
f Olxl, Mut Ibe U.tj or V*tto«s> id last spring word
• mat let than usual; anil tliose of tin* fall will
Im* reduced (some say |th, others id,) in con
sequence of tin* outers taut spring being on a
smaller scale tinm the embarrassed slate of
j the times. .Some estimate the revenmj will fait
j siiori during the next year from h to 10 millions
ot dollars. It become* then the duty of itiu ge
neral govern ineiit. I. To re trench sm li expcur
es as can lie safely spared. •£. To rtdncr ait such
salaries mid wage* (to whose reduction there
is no cotisliliilional iinpcdlinent,) »tfrtch wire
ruisnt in those latlei da\s. when money was
, depreciated. Money being worth more now
than hcl'ote, Uss ol it will answer lot tin.'
compensation ot onr officer*. 3. To make
a* lew peirnanent contracts at present
piicw, t„r out ciicnUting medium is still
i ap|»i •■cialinc, aud tew articles have descended
| to their proper level ot puce. t. The appro
priation of s tn.Odti.OOO, winch goes annuailv
| to <ti« extinguishment ol it c public debt, is
i piolcthh more ilum will he letpiired. The
price i I our public stock is now “ uhvre tlie
pme limited hy law”—and there will not pin
i b.ihly t»e Mock i nuiigti to redeem ortnpni
• iia-e at thi sc limited iHte*, to uhsurh the
$ lu.liOjl.UiiO. lint, after allowing lor tlioc re
Li curl.jut ots. it is pn,halite that little wilt be
a deficit, w hich must hesiij plied tithe' by loans,
an is-ne of irrsuny noli h or tty internal taxes.
Ue icgrct this necessity on account of tlie
liehMiry. hut rejoice on ucoiiut ot the coorj
try 'I fie i ertnr lion ot lorcign importations is
tin* strongest cvidenceof the reluming spirit
"I ecouoiny, winch i- so essentially to i on
trihutn to rel.evc our embarrassments, and (
purify our morals.J
The messenger also gives some interesting i
explanation* about the redemption ol the I
Louisiana ■‘'fork, it slates, that the Commix- i
sioueisnl the Sinking Fund are huiind hy law
»" *’ apply to the extinguishment of the public
debts, ten millions of dots annually (ot so much
ot lli.it Mr in ax tlie conditions ol ilie loans and
• he pure* of stock will tuiimi”;) that as the
ptii c ol stocks was •* above the price Infilled
by law, they could not he purchased"; hod
• hat as the Louisiana debt was •* (lie only i>iic
ot which any part wex redeemable, ti, of
course, presented uselt as the proper object on
wliit^i to apply the means al the disposal ol
•be Loin in i**i "lit' is." The instalment of tins
debt, pant olf last October, ** amounted to
£> l 977. tiot*. ot which S 3 7(11 .bill) was owned in
Rtirope. The instalment payable nest imuilh
•HS> If,lkld tm3 —*d which ucarlv the same pir»
pnitiuu t* owned altrnad The whole Mint,
however, o payable in the United Stales.’ ll a
part Ot it -ditilild he withdrawn trout tlie CGull
tiy hy tne foreign owners, do not ascribe the
inconvenience produced b\ the lianslei, to the
Secretary ol the Tloasnry, (says the Messen
ger,; Inn to the law ol the laud. This vindi
cation appeal ■> to be conclusive, if tlie facts
arc realty r»s they an- stated,—and of this, we
It avc v e i y IHlIe doubt.
1 We midersiaii.t. that the tt.ink oftlie Unii.
eii Mates, winch lias been ratling m its means,
thus pressing itrown cu-donicr*. to assistt the
redemption ot Hus stock, has succcede in
ill«akui<: loans uLroui topiy up that part of tin*
striek which is owned by furuigiictx. The
Hank will ol course lie etiald to extend a
pioportiotmte share ol accommodation to the
punlic ; ti\ aircstiug curtailments,or granting:
new discounts.
I Ire National Intelligencer republishes
our suggest ions on the Florida treaty,
wtili the follow mg remarks :
i'lie occupation ol Tixas "—We have, plea*
siite in pel using tins calm and c uisid.-rale es
say from the Enquirer,exhibiting some forci
ble objections to the course we have suppo
sed it might he i-topet to pursue, in case m the
ultimate lelusalof .Spam to ratify the Treaty.
I'erhaps,however, we were mil xuffiricntiv
clear in explainiug our meaning; and vv«*
therefore avail out selves ol the allusion, in the
above, to rue “occupation ut Texas,” to ue
more particular.
We considei the Treaty, as it now stands to
Imas completely binding on both parlies, in
honor, a* if ratified by both: that when a
treaty is made by a .Minister invested with
lull powers, in conformity to those poweis, the
'■sovereign or Executive uulhoiilv is as fuUv
bound to ratify it as if itself had made it —the
sigualute ot the constituent in that case being
Itule better than a m.tiler of form, like the
ufnctal seal ami signature to .1 eoiAinissnni al
ter an .1 ppou 11me 1;t 1* -..tile. A retusai to ra
tify the Treaty we should (hurelore consider
as an act ot buttfuiih.
II Spain,then, relnse to ratify ttie Treaty,
we would occupy Florida, to p tcvt at the ot>
Jecf of that Ticaly irom tiring iitiiiustcly Ue
teated. Util, wliitsi assuming the gtoiiud of
itm Tieaty, vvc would tiu ily adhere to it. —
U e would not occupy l'cxns ; we would i.ot
pretend in take any thing but what, oil lltcra
lificalnm ol the 1 testy, would ttavo been ours
beyond dispute. We won d not, because we
would avoid war, tor reasons, some ol which
tlif laiqmicl has keenly glanced at.
M » t onitime to hope [“ Hope springs eter
nii. in llie Innnan breast ’jthat the Tieaty will
be ratified. It not, wc hope the United States
will not leave mallei s in such a stale, as to al
low .*>paiti, by any I reaty of subsequent dale,
Hioiigli •• stilly ratified,’ to dispose ol Floiida
to any ot net povvet.
Wc but tin justice to tire Intelligencer
iw republishing the above—certainly it
liiul not been “ sufficiently clear 111 ex
plaining its own meaning.” We still
lliinlv kite lutelbgeticcr bits not been sul
hi iettfly cautious in tecoiumentling ns
projit. Cases may be suggested which
halite the policy ut llie Inlelbgencer on
its own princi|iles. 'These cases may or
may not occur.—We had better, there*
lore, watt lor the facts.”
I In- Vitlonal liitrlligrnccr republishes the tmall pa.
ragrapli III which <ve hsu-ly Mated the proposition ol
tjuintiiis in u Ltiichhiiig paper— w ith the lolluwiUKt on
mrnt :
“ It Is alarming, when the character of the Ett
h+rer.anti Its just injhteuce lathe state of Virginia,
ufs- eonsidtreri, to find ll,jt emit a lacn intent /*"
git en in a yrnf.eslfi.w to snsytnd the execution of
Judicial process. ttne Inevitable effect of .nvh a
measure, ire ayyrehcntt, would be, tnforce the Unnh <
Of Virginia to .susyrnd specie j.itymtnl >. It di ys ii ed
i‘f the meant of compelling ‘.ij/ment jrnm their debt
ors, they .unit t hr nisei ms cease to yap. Hut the
worst or it is, that, it so respectable a state a. Vir
ginia \. l s the tiomptc, there is no saying where the
evil is to slip, .hart of a general n m sal to fay.”
We wr.iuiij remove the alarms of Hie laielln-edcer, liy
declaim*: that we merely stateil the pioiiosilloii lo show
what opinions aie inert III the present times. We c.ivr*
no assent to it—not evm as we thought, a silent one ;
Out as that silence is itilscniiltriled, h> one intellixml
olsserv r, we «lo not lie.it.iu to sa>. liiat at far .is wt
cm j«iljr,wc ilo not appinve the proposition to s-.»
pend executions i imr do we h<-l<evi- tliut ilir ni,-p>iuv
of Hie citieeii* of this slate approve ii. The Urge m iss
«f people in me cooinry aie ip>t hellrven lo need 01 lo
wish it.—Nor down think it rtrsimnlc to-Sie-pend specie
payments, though srstne v« rj excellent men aie of a
d-lTeieiit oplniois. Neither of lliose itieasmes might to
be resorted to. hut in a ease of some extreoie p itoir
necessity; and sni.ii an extremity, in think, does not
yet exist.
V> •• Irani lay the Iasi adviccy Iroru Png
land, that her inanufst* Hirers are in a -tale
«»t great cnniiiiiilioii. Thrown yut of
employ iiii-iil, nr almost «ta: vi <1 upon whorl
way*-, on account ol the reduced demand
tor hrr u>ui.tif,i.lures, nothin;' lint Hi
strong arm ol Hie government tail keep
j flown tiieir iu-oiricctive - jairil. 'Mir pa ill
j rulai •* are e\liruu-l\ iiih-iv.- .in. <».— Pnivud
loo i.a said to jiursc in he,- li.ts-nii pci ri-l
r.-eolutioiiary wocieiii-n.of w Im |, her IJni
versilioK are tin* rallying prnuis, and a
• r< publican coiislituliou is H*e object.—
j These sec ill lo lie I hr " agonizing spasms
i <d man, looking for hi * long lo.«l liberty.”
| --Hill Hie I in; •* ha> not yt | arriti'tl, when
! lot- w.aU ol the lio* k are lo In* broken.
In Lnylaud, they waul high anil gallant
and able leaders to h/vtvc |]•«> ptorui and
conduct t lit to to snwet■•*.*,— Mark tin* t-on
trast ! while one column of a Loudon pa
per scowls with the distress of ths iai
povri ifdit-l and starving manufacturers,
another Haunts with the ball* or masqne
fades of n pampered coon, Hist neither
“ lulls nor spiny,” but extractsita more
than eastern magnificence from the «;«
trent es of the people.
The Baltimore Patriot of rhe fVf re
ports ten in*tv cases of the fevt-r within Hie
Ia*l ‘24 lioiirs—tht* ificfetife it attribr.trd
lo llie warn) weather for th* hast few d?.(
—three dealha in the *;wiip time are aa
crihe<l to the lever ; emt the plivsieiau*
declare “ the health «»l the city >.<« to he
i judged-of In the number ol ileatfis."—
I In* paper *>l llu* 4*11 sa\s “ l.> new cast
es are »i<moui:cii1 within fhi-1 ys| 2t hours,*'
beside* 'hat llir rtTOt!* vl Iwo l'lt\sui
ans rit (lie Point had »:<>t been m
— deaths in the same tini* 9.
l>i:<TTtint'rr.~.The *lrnl>b orm-e or r-Sltnrfr'fVin sn.t
t),. Mayor ol Now York h,^r i|i;nratU'-f(t all thing*
411.1 lairms going irmn Btltitiiwie. I hr cithern* ol Dal
liutore <>i cuuise complain of ktis restt ictlon.— the
Iteailn oriite on ill* -J Srp'.finhei reports pot fr.n
i.ew cases ol fever within the fast a* hours, mid those
<»• * iiiddet character than uniat. The upp.iiriii. kiiwii
of Its pmgtess is -ait■ muted to Ifif kot.etsi removal uf
thr people from the |.l,n-e ot ns v>iCm — 1 he Board at
Charleston «>ti lurtday lost, inmit" no case of
Yellow level*-' tot Hie y tecedi'ig 24 lotiis.
F.rrutr: w.— In some raily Impressions of Cuis inonj
Iasi, I ir •• UcseilciV’ read'* dissenters.*’
— -imm mm.—
tyw.- ate iiathoilzM to say that JAVIbS M. HOY, of
Matthew s will t>* a candidate mr u-e Sinai*, to •veppl*
the VHtat ey occskipiistl by the election of S. t. t aiker
o Congress.
Dll.D]—.it Alr\ardiI*. Col. CltAKLhS SIV*i.*i. e -I
lector ot the port ol Alexandria ; which appixniutenf
he bn* held since the administration vl P:*.idem wash
in the District »f Columbin, Vi.-s MkllY C. XL'It
N tiv, .igevi 17 years, eldest daughter ot Samuel Cniner,
Ksq ot Ueorgrtawn-—This lorlenti-ov event, nine ii bus
ext tied me deepest sympathy, v.as occnsiohed i.y a u.
tal tnijtakr tu theaiiiuiiiisirntiPn ol a quantity .,f Tartar
A».x<f/f,•ustesdol magnesia. Although tfuiel.v utedtral
atJ was obtained, lnevnahle and rapid cttsintultun n.ts
the consequence.
Iii Philadelphia, Cen. JOHN lUTLEDOE, of South
In tins city, Mr. LEWIS RlYYIOND aged 25 years,
a native oi the stair ol Massachusetts.
AI his residence in the con.,ly ol Lonlsa. on the V'ld *
ultimo, after a short Imt seven- mnrss. Cftpt. Ul'KK
COhbV. He rupytoitvd III tough lile an ui.blctp »ii A
chaim ter. The urbanity ol his manners ant. ht« wcvom
•iivMlantig disposing ii 'em uii'd bun. Hie friendship of n
nmiieious nvqualulance, by whom hn loss is tiiitvcr
s.iMy tipifiud —)lis death h.is bereaved ,t wite of the
sin let) of an affectionate husl.and. tttid family of chit,
drtn ot tht protection of a Sind and imlnlqi-ot parent.
Kielimontt utrl Petersbing
rpH K mcieascd value of •’jir.
I ney am) dtpicssed price of
piodme, has inductJ the sup.
scriber* to reduce 'be ure mr seats in ih.s c.inv evam r
5l». llicu ruRclies are all bi-uq mi stiel spiiugi
Hint go as easy as any private rarrlagi-. I ue oHic* of
Ine Coach is kept iu Hicliniond, ai the ha. ol the l are
Hotel, and in I’etei swig ai the stoic ot tor. li.hu in -
laid, a tew doms from Itediiiond’s tavern.
fT I** addition to Iheir present t stnhlivhntcnt Itie
riihscribeis are pirpating a r.enttrl HACK,to leave the
-.. i. uj ... uc3irn.iii.fi D) Iwn «3j.
ttllgr>»-___iim: i’Udkkikroffh
tOIIN VAN LhW N C().-Ua>f rifriveil liy ifn-K*L
•J XITTANCII, Via New York, amt i,.Bvr,o |', ,Ui
•lirtil.aii i.-\leii*ive aasouiuuciit <>i timniciit c \ Cut'.
fc-r y uJi.; ,V ddiery Al».., nc hundred box** n ,.iat,
Hurt) noodles sheet iron, twenty i*u, iin,i wire a soiimi
from No. Hiovu.
UN hand—An assortment of bulling cfntlis of the
-»*l»r«vrd stamp, r.nd rhiee l,i,„dicd t.it.tiuDs c,
different kinds. 7, V-,.
I > OBbll I JOHNS)'>N Ins .111 hand 7.11 extrusive as.
t V soi iint-nt of HARD". Altfc, pm elms-rt , 1, ,hc lu st
icrnif, v. inch lie is resolved 1.. sell *1 reduced prices
foi cash or acceptance* at Miuml;!!!, either at the sign
ol iliu Crosscut Saw, next ,! cr to slie Codec Mouse „r
a- Ins other More, sign 01 the I tvo Hand sens. Outritiv
rtei chants nil* tind their aitvaiirece in examining k."
.1-Mirtmciil llrloit they tii.fKe ilieir pitrch:'.ses...... lie
lias all soils of blacksnm1.-.’ caipniurs,’ caiunctinn
krr» and cooper.** im»:»-cii.’ny— i on — pl»t«.ls-lm
—binges—files- wire-tea kitties- lea anil coif, e pot- -
l.clI me!ill ke lles and niui la r<—spoons — can dipsticks-_
hi rt t-rtiis—plated caslofs—ttigain ivory imiidin knives
and ii.iks in no g.r, *e-u 7. ;,o—vv8]
fiegroes at Auction.
* \\ II KSD.tY,the Mill in-t. will he sold in f 1 ont of
' ‘"lice, for cash. In iikc v nezmes, too ot them
house servants. HLIlON, Simon a CO
33. .3t Ancuoitsem. -
('rl H U. ~~
I DONALDSON, Merchant Vailcr, ttahit 4
. , J 1 fine Maker, nsptctloW) int>>rnis the ladns
hi.i» pr i» 1 i«r 111 en ot fitchrnoMl and it* vicinity, tbatbe
cc-mu.eiu.ed hitsiness in the above line,next door below
Colton, licert «r Clarke’s, 011 the main or fc, sir ret an.)
nearty opposite the Bell tavern, where lie Intends car
r tin- 011 the abov• business in all its branched_I), n
having bad long experience as rutting fotciiiau m
lust rare esiahiishmeuts iu London and ibis avnutiv
and kav ing a thorough knowledge of the r.ewesi Ivnoruv'
ed luaibemaucal r ode of cutting, nailers biuiself that
i.e 5br.ll pive entire satisfaction iu ihoit.wiio,i|iiiy lav«»r
him tv lit. their ciislorn ; be hopes by Lis -vssiciutly lv>
liuMness to merit a share of public pariooage.
L7Lariict’ Harms and Peitoses rickiv ilgu.-d—-R«gi.
menial and uniform coats of ai, deter irAtous n.Hite
S-piembei 7._ 35 3, '
UlSSuLLi 1 lv>N.... fur co pattiiersbip o! ItOHLKK .<e
o lVE*111:11 01 ,hls PHce, and WaLKKKc-'
MCRIWLIHEK * CO. 0/ Lynchburg being tins daJ
dissolved by mutual cousent, Lewis R.,g,-i, „efet),
authorized to •clllc tbs affairs of sanl concerns. 7
. . „ . LfcAV IS KUUKK3,
riP*-.1*• . W. G. M 1-111 VV L | HI?R.
L7 I be abnve partnership being dissolved the tub-'
senber w ill eouilnue a general roinmis»v.1|i nusmes* in
his individual name, and as tbe antboiisei) agci 1 of
l-wari, r.iyloi * Co. ol Loudon, and James Hagany of
Liveipool, will aiteud to the siupmeut of all con*ie...
iitsnis to either of the above bouses, and mane reasona
ble advances oil them.... Mts coiinlii.g room will or
kepi in parr of the house occupied by Messrs. It <y t
Hwatbmey, on the cress street from Mavo’a llii-ige.
c . , LEW 1 ft III Whitt¥
September 7. 33..if
1,' Dt.'CA I ION.... Mr s. lie Stonlcuret, who b.is sr*. 1
Wi h.*.J ttNC^ F^MALE ACA.DKMY in rsithmond
wishing to employ ber leisure lime in the country ;.i
educaling four or hve young lartiet, not yihove Li or 1
years old, proposestothe parents who should be nilllovi
oentrusl her null I heir children, to reach them .be
follow,ng branches .- very moderate term.; 1 ,en. n
language, Lngbsli grammar, civil hrstory, anciem hi .1
uioderit, geography, drawing and pamiing, wnnwg
vrrv‘heIWh»"1 Ir *'* an<’ • • •-The aunail,.,, ,•*
very heat by, be spring water excellent,\nd the youn,
ladies will enjoy rhe advan.ages of » ii.gr
nV.m" orgh!lrrt* gof>rt •nilk, etc. Disiati. e fioiu
.... c . , ... i"diu, fi-Hr unman'* uvrr*/.
'hZ*™± * Rent-rally spnfcrn |n the urn,I» .
Reference In Mr. John Wickham, Ml. Mai s
and Mr. James [irouii. Jr. * '
s7r.N-!M!.).!n7l,r,‘ 3teU,er "r Mr*> Sowhgatu, Main S'
II anleu Jmmedinltlu. "*
IV 'he subscriber, a likely BOY, ahoiti it ye;„»
V *5*’ ’,5 !l" i'l'praiMice. Nun. mni apply bin u... .•
of good moral character. \VM. tVV\H
Sept. 7■ w.’* l‘liiinSf ornamental fVt’i'trrrr.
jV'OIICh is hereby erven. Kiel a petit,oi.Till he ore
R,-»<rd to rbe next General Assembly ■■« Virginia I(T
pass an sr, the ,«),,* or thetSrtrn Hrt *
(om/Htny to |ne heirs. success..rs and rcpVrs.n
taiivcs of ibr original grauiet*. mauling then, ibein"
**• *ue ,,f and tolled I be del,.* due u, ihe said cnmi'7
n>, and to asceuaip and dispose of all (be vs. am |w,s
remaining nilhin Hie giant. B.<w
l\ °v ,c.'*’e ^'dTm. /iVi wu/v the ie?7. . >
, x Srytembtr tn.it. that valuable I it itT up | v \
forint,ly tailed llarnef, Spring. n.Vte.n.l.t coo.n
f> utiles from Maurberter.fi from the r.,:,i .a/uarms'
To 'U,r'',.V<,rt’ 3?!"4'' 1,1 "* Hat s,Ml ii cdh.ra !,
I be above traclof land will be sold wry 1. f*, c .7
m a f«w young negroes woni . be taken in r '
Also.-7 | lick of all kinds, corn, fodder r i t
P'an.Mio" utensils, household and Hu Jc’,, (Ulb'lu„ ’
<vc; SiL.for terms of sale apply to
_ September 7._it HJHV it. tM'l.VtK.
1 ..ir iu*l tlmeial vidnoiyTTvTT
I ft him for leave to open .lie ii.rtfi pro ig..f the
river, ft mu Inlb.b’i mills to the mills forni>/)> tbs
propertywUMbney Minor. 1
All’Ll.__wm. ruM.iscH.
jji1,k! 1 s ' i (Ills.—<f/i ,v. /ttrrtow thv jit,'i r,,~t
,. ',e 1,1 *’rcTi‘*»>.. piemlrss. at
/ onork. ,„Mier toe manage tuent of Messrs. w c kv
•>. Clarke,l-iat ,111,r I.I bob, e f..r life n. ciipird l„the
I UCi. ’ " V' w* "r>- r nc, In the Psii.
i Ll’aoo :artJoi,"”a ol *• *nch*si«r eirimat
fd at J'O seres, most of which Is lo* gr.,,,,,’,1 „
. <««or to none, in .be lower country, lor the produt
(HHI Of f .-.n,, wheat, OSH and hay , sddnl to whirl. ,:t
*'• "W*« render* It prei.i.sitv vahrsble J
sncl. ns ma.. »i«l, to engage in farming. l ull possession
nny be ii,... or, tbr Isl day of January next; *im ,n«
Mr.I e e of suiting tthrnr this fsH.
t Also, at liie Same lime and place, will {,« soft, a vx
neiy fi fAl.Mi.\ri I* i f.Vxit s including a a II r it
MV and lllltfsmNCi MAthlkt and
, »“**•
I I flMfl -For th* letre It monihs credit will he «iv
rn.an.l for tire other pmpfity, f..r soms oserS'n. sia
mrnths-i" both cases, bond find approved secn'iiv
W‘J‘*'• r', JFSR8 MIX.
. heptemher 7. _ _35..nJtv
\ fh 111 Mix will he prcseuifd to the nest Lrgislsi.ire
I . » by the i.tisctilier, for leave to erect a toll l.i’rtfe
«<ro.* Hic ftleawsa Iliver at bis mill near Colombia
_ 8ebi- f-_ 3i..n3* w. w Oof)
l|Atyit KAt 8.—hy tii i ne oi a need of trust esecuieti i.»
I. "sh> Wm. Miller of the city of Richmond,beam,.
Ante Janosiy Mlp, will he told for c»«h, on ^fifrldsdir.
tbr •l~th fitytt mbtr hi ft at 19 o'clock,on the premises
on-t enain tract or pa'tei ot LANfi, shnaie lying Bnd
being m me lower end of IVftrtco oumy, conturnmc
eighteen sercr, be ike same more of less, and b,.„,„,e4
by rbe lands of Robert C. Peril.*, dec'd, tmiwntiry
Itoyster and Aader*»r> r.s,bright. The a hove tract of
land i* to be told io -ailsty * eeitntn sum oi money men
Hoard In the deed of terr t. do# Pler-ani Smiibey and
all Ihecort aiicnJHiB the sale ihercof.
• fles’M. 35..5t» SVlfMEY

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