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“Ml ' H VKI M.MAISS UHSL’HO.” S I \ \z \s Ton \(m Fri*,i ! oflltf* fndii'llciiq—idiil tulhroph wimmI! J’*' tieh ind pool alike toy halm bestowing, In bum d ■» ol»»y, or lichen* hookah glowing; B! :*l bn thy tillage, fruitful be thy seed; In hippier davs from all vile duty free !! be tho turf U|H)tl tliO honor*' 1 r;r tee Ol lii.n who boro the** o’er the We t in wave, Diathl In tune. If this hi* only deed! I tumor til It i! i;h! worn lotitoo* not, Could gr:i»* i'll Ireland eVr lbrg**t t!>y claim? Were all thy proud historic do» d« forgot,” That blend they memory with Kliz ib fun# , Coul I England’* nil.* i!* in oblivion rot, Tobacco woul ieadiriuo and courcratt thy nam»! L t Entem nightingales, a* poet* *|ng, “I)i» ol ;% rose in iirum.tlic p:tlu;” Let Moore takn up th • imitative strain. Ami deck with I’orsi.in (lowers hi* dulcet string; It sickens me to read of* ndl**ssSpring, And flowers I hit seem nliko to mi > and Mow, lMn**ath th** SuniiiierV*-un and Winter’* snow, VIoaphig their * wee lx on /e-phvr’s woarv wing. Doubtless, such odors most delirious are, To lot dries of (leaven-born Po*»*y; But to my *en*oi more congenial far ( Howe’er degraded * uch coiifession Ho) Th9 aroma mounting from n mild cigar. I htoso worthless fl iwcrs who will— line ana’s weed for me! On many a foreign horo.ln many a scene Of beauty, won i»r, p riL—eel loin prc*t By wanderers from Islands of tho West,— The wayward footsteps of the hard have been: TheBoomler wastes;—Napoleon’* I’m-me-isle,— Wnero the young Ham**** leaves hi* native snows,— The wooiln and wilds whvro Ir-twadv flows,— And where CatFram’* dingy damsels smilo. W*»arv and flint my sinking soul the while. But for ono loved companion of my toil: Tobacco! from mv woe* thou didst not flee; And Fortune to tin* wind* her gill* may i<Mtirr, I shall nut mi*s them—ho she I save mo that! Lst Danlxick boast her nut chiefs oau-do-riet Let gin, Bchiodnm, immortalize thy name; Rum nnd rum-shrub support Jamaica’s fame; Grog—toddy—punch—wlmtc’ur the mixture bo — Or naked dram,—shall not he sung by me. I sing the praises of that glorious weed, Dear to mankind, whato’ar hi* race, or creod, Condition, color, dwelling, or decree! Proin Zombi V* snow*, to paren’d Arabia’s sands, Lovod by all lip*, and common to nil hands! flail, sole cosmopolite, Tobacco, bail! Rha?, long-cut, short-cut. pig taj|f quid, or roll, Dark Nogrolieod, orOrinooko n ib*, In every formcxmgvnial to tne soul. _ POMTICALr THE BANK BILL. Hie Mil t) continue the Bank of the United States pass od to a third reading in tho Senate, on Saturday last, by a majority ol five votes. IFa.l tho three absent members been present, we understand the majority would have boon eight. The hill, as it has passed the Senate, contains in sub stance the following provisions : 1. I'ho Bank charter to be continued for fifteen years, from and alter the 3 1 day of March, 1836 ; that being the day on which the present charter expires. The Directors may appoint two or more officers to sign notes less than on- hundred dollars, which shall he binding on the corporation, in the same manner as if sign ed by the President and Cashier. 3. Fhe Bank is not to issue or put in circulation any notes, or any checks nr drafts, of a less denomination than fifty dollars, which shall not, on the laces thereof, be pay able at the hank where issued. 4. 1 he Bank, and all its officers, shall he hound to re ceive, in p tyinent of balances due them from other banks, notes or bills of the Bank of the United Slates, wherever made payable on their faces. 5. I In: Bank is to hold no real estate (except hank buildings and lauds mortgaged, fee.) (or a longer period than live years. 6. I lie Bank shall not establish or continue more than two office* in any one Stale. 7. flic Bank is to pay two hundred thousand dollars a year to the United States for the benefit of the charter during the whole period of fifteen years. 8. It shall he lawlol lor < ’ongress to provide by law, that tho hank shall lie restrained, at any time alter March 3, 18::a, train issuing or keeping in circulation, bills of a less denomination than twenty dollars. !». Ihe cashier 'hall icport annually to the .Secretary of the Treasury the names of all stockholders; and the Trea surer of any State, on rgi|uo«f, shall he furnished with a list of stockholders who may he citizens of such State, merits*Vs'*'1* !>c P0l''e're,l by our readers, that, with the rx ' ^ section continuing the charter, and that au thorizing I lie Vigtt.x.Viivsm.ill .1'ijlj.by pjhcr officers be sides the President and Ca-diicr*, all the provisions and en actments ol the hill are limitations and restraints on the i .Bank, or increasing its burdens. First, as to the bonus. , F oi the present charter, and lor the whole twenty years, j the Bank paid o.\r. mi luox and a u.vi.f of dom.ars; ! for tiic new charter, arid for the shorter period of fifteen years, the Bank is to pay two hundred thousand dollars a year; that is to ay, t iiuee m i i.mons in am.. 2 1 he circulation of «ni.ill checks an i or lors is prohi bited. 3. All notes D sued at any office shall be payable at that office. 4. All the offices are bound to receive the notes of all other office., « hen offered in payment of balances duo from State Busks. 5. Tho very important power is reserved of restraining the circulation of all hills under twenty dollars. This pro- ! a ision was inserted lor tho alleged purpose of giving up a I large portion of the circulation of the Bank to the State institution, it the Slates shall he of opinion, that the pub- ' ho gooil requires a withdrawal from circulation of all notes under live dollars with a view to the introduction of a' greater portion of specie into the general circulation. ^0. I he number ol Branches is limited to two in any one j In Uoinmitttee of the Whole a section was introduced for (lUtrihmiug th • bttnus among if 10 .several States, ac cording to number*; hut this section was subsequently rejected and the money is to be paid, like other public mo nies, into the National Treasury. It seems to us that this hill very fairly presents the question, whether the Bank of the United States shall he continued; .since it introduces no new cause of dispute hut. on the contrary, contains several restraints on the Bank, introduced to give greater security to the public in- I tereMs.—A at. Inf. . [•I'Vom the Globo.] Inc facts staled in the following letter, will sufficient ly explain the motives ot (he Secretary of the Treasury in calling the attention of the Board of Directors of the United States Bank to the oppression of the manager ol its concerns in New-Idamp-hire, Mr. Mason. We will hereafter look into the corn- p mdenre between the Sec retary ot (ho Treasury and Mr. Biddle, upon Ibis interest, nig occasion, and in.uk the deception which (he managers ot the Bank have sought to practice upon the public? hv iwcenting garbled extracts from the letters referred to jo /•. /' IHair, Ex7.: A long editorial artid • was published in the Motional Intelligencer, of the 7lli mst., ol which the evident oh .p/ct is to prove that an attempt was made in |S2f» i„ pro cure tlm removal of Jeremiah Mason, Esq., from the 1 residency ot (ho h inch Bank at Portsmouth N II |,v the present S eret.uy of the Navy. Mr. Woodbury, through Mr. lactam, then Secretary ol the Treasury, end by the I Ion. Isaac Hill, now of tbe Senate, upon no htieal t'rounds merely. Having noticed in you? paper °f to-day, a bud explanation ot tbe true grounds upon which tnoso genllciiicn undoubtedly interested themselves .11 tins matter. I fe I it is justly duo to all concerned to Mato some I .«n wimii, my knowledge in corroboration ot your ' tews winch are not probably known to you as they did not all get Ih'O the llcw-papers of t|)(. (jity fro „tb ’'d ,l ’"!,!"1 X°" »«l*JCCt hot fro , h- ftl-jhorato atli-in,, untested by every expression ' * .1 V to give a false aspect to tbe letters ol tbe gentlemen ref. ned to—as ,,rovi.nl a set c. deter,a",,,.,;.n on (be put of tbe administration^ Con ti.,I III,- a If airs ol the B ink at that time. Sometime ,|10 ISIS—I ..HI. ,v, It. s..1y_,7l1™ to “ I res,deucy ol that Bran. I, t„ place. Mr. James Chap. In/, a '"'"t i. spceta ,le n.erch inf, resigned the offu cof ( 1, sc lout tv.nch he h 1 I In Id f>,several years. Mr. \fa soa Was d'l"! his successor will. a„ annual compen sation of * MMrt. h-.„g $1200 more than cither of hispre deceasors ,11 that ull.ro had received. I. was a, a period of unexampled premia,y pressure in New Ifarnpshire-es peci illy In that region wl.id, the Brand, is |.„ ated. The controlling to Hu ..of the temper am.. bt.shms, habits ol Mr, Mason was minmdiaidy fdt „0on -■< transactions of tbe Brand,. N dice was given m .,, * debtors ol tint Brand, upon accommodation paper w hich from the institution of the Branch had at the shortest ne! rtod been made payable in four months, and was renewa ble on the payment r,l cheeks at 20 per rent., that no pa per at a longer date than Of, days would be received, and m, of "m',,’ *’ rf' '"T '' '^P'iog 01, payment of cberks d I percen . rite rel ■ was Indiscriminately applied to •II loan*, most of which bad beer, made upon the express stipulation that tb~ or,. ,,..,I nl, wool I be extended totbem. r ,c amount upon which the ten,.* of payment was thus Tb ff y. rr?-"1' ,w '• v' r ’1 '"'ntlrcd thousand dollars. *f : *. 1 °-■-' !'* ""f „ esecn arrangement, upon the course of hu u.css o! those indebted to the Bank, may U- easily iuiigincd by business men. ' ' It is impossible for mv to command tbe language neers. «nry to dcscribo (lie revulsion it produced iu that com munity. 1 lie influence ot this now arrangement upon tlio public mind, was greatly increased, by the repeateii refusals ol Hie ih.inch to discount the be-t business paper in the State, while at the same time, the brother-in-law <>l Mr. Maxon, in Boston, was accommodated with cnor motis sums. Added to these circumstances, the pay | uients to pensioners w ere delayed, by means of what w as i consi.lcud a capricious and vexatious rejection ol their | p ipers, drawn in the identical torms that Ind passed at the ! Brunch for years before, under the inspection ol former Presidents. I lie result ol Ibis state ol tilings was a tend tic excitement throughout the State, and particularly in the town ol Portsmouth. The peaceable regularity of a Nnv-Kugland community was utterly overthrown. It wo ild he easy to multiply instances ol the consequences ot this exasperated feeling, which lasted tor several ■nonills. The subject i-, however, too disagreeable to • Iw. ll upon—I will give you only a single instance, out ol many, by wav ol ilhisiiation. A w holesale merchant, of extensive business had been compelled to stop payment by tin; change of the terms ot accommodation at tin; Branch Bank, which I have before alluded to. Mr. -d/u.suri, who, as a lawyer, was never sparing in the us • ol legal process, issued a writ uguinst nm in la cor ol the Bank, which was placed iu the hand ol t m . i.ir-hal, ami upon which the merchant was arrested. | Ample hail was immediately offered, hut was declined by ■ the debtor, yvho chose to go to jail, lie w as accordingly committed toclose custody, where ho was attended by his | mends, w ho regularly relieved each other in keeping him j co,,ipauy iu prison. After the lapse ol some days, a gallows w as erected near Mr. Mason's house, upon which lie w as hung m olhgy, and was after wards burned, to the great ' tt m ot the timid part of tho community. A vast con loursc ol people assisted at this ceremony, among the most htieaUn-i" |"Cil *vt‘re »evcial of Mr. Mason’s zealous po so much for the state of excitement which the innna"c I me lit of Mr. Mason, in the all.iirs of that Branch had oc | t*:'slollc‘’- Applications « ere repeatedly made by the mod i< speetahlo citizens of Portsmouth and ol the State, lor the ! romov,l of that gentleman from office. These applications i wort' »ot listened to; or,at least were not regarded. l iider these clrcuiii-tanees the letters which arc now brought lorih Uy the Intelligencer to prove an interfer ! C,1CC l,y 1|.‘° administration in ttic management ol tlic Bank I were wrrten. Mr. ll’ootlburt/ then resided in Ports I !"T" ,'P. Ma,c of feeling in that placo has been al • , , ,0- Memorials from a large portion of the met ‘ h ints and businetw men of all parties were forwarded to ett.ct tho removal of Mr. Mason. At the solicitation of ; hi'fellow-citizens, it would seem from the evidence borne on the face ol the tetter itself, it was written simply to pro mote the object of the memorial. Mr. Hill resides at Concord, the sc at of government. The excitement through out t.iu Mate 0„ ibis subject was unparalleled. A huge nut" .or of the members or the Legislature had memo, nahzed the mother Bank for relief against the pressure that then l.ore down all classes—especially the pensioners, wlm drew their money from the Branch. Mr. ilill's let jet was evidently written with similar views. Nothing hut the most perverse determination to misunderstand the 0 »jcet of those letters can make any thing more out of them than the expression of that strong desire which eve ry good citizen ought to feel—and which every sincere supporter of Gen. Jackson does feel, of taking away everv reasonable ground or excitement which may disturb the public mind. I hose are plain firt*. I have no wish to parade myself i if any friend ol Mr. Mason, or ol tlie Bmk disputes their accuracy, I request you to give Inm my name, and also to give me his. I am, &.c. ■ • * * * The r An iff.—Mr. Bell, of Tennessee, closed on 8a turday an admirable speech, on the all-absorbing topic r'V'.T ' y18* ,or l;M weck or I wo, engaged the attention , the House of Representatives. AM Ids views were cn aiged and statesman-like. They were not born in the lactory or coinpling house—nor engendered in the bruin ot ihe visionary and theoretical political economist. In the spirit ol enlightened and expanded patriotism, he embraced the w.iole Union, in the application of his principles, and made his system ot policy like that ol the political institu "ons ol the country—a surrenderor partial, local, and ten. porary interests to secure general and permanent good. \N e were peculiarly struck will, the illustration with w neb Mr. Bell concluded his views, contrasting the pros peittv, tho boast of Great Britain, with that which, as a 't.it'Miian, he would invoke for his own country. ILghly as Mr. Bell’s speech was distinguished for the eloquence and judgment which pervaded it, the temper by which it was characterized, was still more adapted to give it efTect. \\ e believe no man listened to it, whose heart did not assure him, that it was uttered in the feeling which gave birth to our circle of Republics, and which Gi.'l'y;,riTvo 11,0 ombr"e «r U^EcuTjvn Neoi.eot.— In tho deliatc in the Senate on iho lull h..m the House authorizing the enlistment of a volunteer corps ol mounted men. Mr. Clay, in a tone ol censure and taunt, remarked, •• that it was an extraor.li nary circumstance, there had been no movement on the part ol tlie Executive. I tie remark betrayed great ignorance, not only of the doings of the Executive, but ol the Senate itself. At an e.u ly period in the scs-ion, the Secretary of War tilled 1 ol Col. Benton’s hill tor mounting a part of tho regular fiotiji^SWJ*.'r?-4UPJMJrt of the measure, com municated all the information wtncK iiati liit ii l.'Gen re*' c.'ived, of the probability (hat hostilities would he com menced in the npiittg by tho Indians. The Senate, in consequence of these representations, passed that hill. It was sent to the House, twice rend, and referred to a com mittee, where it has been stopped, through the agency a* wo understand, of Gen. Vance. Did Mr. Clay know this? J Before any movement was made by the Indians, orders u-ero given to Gen. Atkinson, by the Department, and sim e to General IJrody, at Detroit, by General Gaines, w , h cnsim><1 t!ie employment of eight companies of re gular troops, on ibis service, if circumstances rendered it '?> • being informed of the call upon the militia ot Illinois and Michigan, to aid the army, the Secretary of W ar communicat- d the fact to Congress, and asked for an appropriation to cover the expenses (hereby incurred. Jins appropria i n was made with great unanimity by both Houses. Did Mr. Clay know this? Tlie hills, submitted the last week to the Senate and the House were prepared, wc will not say, at the instance, Imt with the knowledge and decided approval of (he Se cretary ot War. Did Mr. Clay know this? No communications have been received from Gen. At kuison of a date l iter than the 10th ult. He was then within four miles of (he 1500 mounted militia of Illinois, t .cn. Hrady, with four companies was at Fort Winnebago No intimation has at any time been given by the former that the lorro under his command u as inadequate to the purposes of the war. And the measures taken, ami pro posed, as above cited, were thought sufficient to meet every emergency.—(ilobr. I lie readers of this paper, and tlie readers of papers w.iu-h nourished before die National Intelligencer had rtf-deuce have heard, year after year, of the far-famed r*’ !n , . Darden for her hors** Romulus, which was pressed into publ c service during the revolutionary war lo all those readers, or such of them as have survived the apse of yean, we have the pleasure fo announce that they uiilhcarof tins venerable claim no more:—it Ins fi nally, and at last, passed both Houses of Congress, and unless the I resident shall, rontraiy to all probability, jn. terpose Iim veto to its consummation, it will become a law —Aid. hit. New Fork, June 12.—Notwithstanding all (heir in flammatory handbills, their active dragooning ot (be work people within their influence, their frothy declamation" k-. the ultra tariff loaders were able to get up but a sorry Sort of meeting last evening in the Park. Wc were sure this would he the case, it the friends of order, of Comoro! I imse and of the Union, would so f.,r govern their curiosity as to abstain from going to lire Park on the occasion where, had they appeared, thov would have Ween -ure to be enumerated among the thorough-going tariff men, who would rather see tlie country ruined, than their profits di minished. As it was, probably n .t mon, ,,ir|f) jWo0p|h hundred or those who concurred in theo'iiccts of the Union Mooting suffered themselves to he drawn to the -pot, and though this ntfmber ■welled the concourse to some seven or eight hundred, (wo take the computation of a tariff edi or quotedi by the Journal of Commerce.) yet we are ner fe.c ly willing tint the domestic, goods dealers and the hat ers who railed the meeting should count the whole num ber as their own. and make what of it they can. We conv the annexed account of the proceedings from the Journal of Commerce, nof hiving hron present otir?rlvc« In tin iug so we take the liberty to advert to one error, and ask flic reader lo insert the name of IhMrt. instead of Samuel Swartwout. i he latter gpnflentstvi nciilter attonHcrl ()«#• meeti»g, nor ■ppiovr.l it- objects. Though Collector 0f the f i, nn-l loving los-e a fat revenue, he yet love. niof, more than Ids fees, an | would rather see Custom i Houses fo ever abolished, than the South, by means of the burdens imposed on them through (he customs, forced to separate from the North. ••Isiac Pierson, Esq. having been called to the chair and other offiroM appointed for the occasion. Red wood’ l-.sfier Esq. Editor of the Tariff Advocate, presented him -elf to flic audience, and held forth for three or four mi mites, commending with great ability and force upon the | remarks of the Journal of Commerce, Evening Post and yotirlcr and Enquirer, in reference to tlie meeting on Fri i day evening,and adonishing the natives with his hursts of eloquence and must powerful gestures, to say nothin* of i grimaces and distortions of body, all which attracted a eon 1 ‘""TVa "'T ,sinf to the spot—and the same S , '7° 7' " - h.«»s^on had been exhibiting us f at. instead. He concluded by presenting the re.o I billons, which however were read (,y * substitute, Ids own Iht,V2* [V Tn !,r,<rn by ^r'«*ertfon in tfie good ! r' „ ’ i '.i o bicjton Fund” men bad withdrawn, the I fo ieTr! r,t *nmwi Esq., who loves . , addressed the meeting, and then read tfie resolutions separately, which were duly can ri«*d. About half the audience, more or left, took no part in the proceedings, though we arc-happy to say, with the exception of a few “Noes” here and there interspersed, not the leust disturbance was offered to the meeting, which, alicr tho passage of tlie resolutions, was immediately ad journed. J [ I'he resolutions passed were the same as wore yesterday advertised in this paper, with an additional one directing them to be forwarded to the President ot the Senate and Speaker of tho House of Representatives, with a request that they be laid before Congress.]—JY. y. J£, Post. Col. Armstead and Capt. Gardner, of the U. S. Army, were in this place a few days ugo, on their way to Norili C arolina. We understand tin ir business is, to expel some Georgians, (said lobe about 200 i.r number,) who have en tered on the Indian lands in that State, to search for gold. Representation of the fact, we learn, was made by the Go vernor ot North Carolina to the President <*;' the United •Slates. I wo companies of troops are on the march front ( harleston, South Caroliua, lo the scone of action.—Staun ton Spectator, June 8. SunsTiTUTE rou Lithotomy.—The New York Journal of Commerce says :—•* A higlily rcspertablo subscriber from \ rrginia, called upon us a few days ago, ami exhibited a calculus from which he had been lately ro Ih vcd on Saturday last. The operation was performed by Ur. Dcpcyro, without the use of a knife. In size and ap pearance the calculus was much like a ground nut after taking off the husk. Tho patient experienced very little pain in the operation, anil the second day was able to walk abroad. J he instrument made use of, is composed of se veral parts. One, in form and motion resembling a bird's claw, seizes the calculus and holds it fast, while another set in motion by a bow and string, bores it to pieces. This mode ol operation has bee" i,racri-ed a good deal in France. It is the fourth operation of Dr. D. in this country.” | A similar operation was performed by Dr. Spencer of this town, on Friday last, upon a gentleman from the country, i " c saw the patient shortly after walking about bis room; lie described the operation as being attended with very lit tie pam. 1 lie calculus, in this ra-e, was, with the excep tton ot a few fragments, reduced, by the instrument, to a very line powder; and the portions which wore preserved weighed 05 grains. The instrument, which is very sim plo in its construction, is tho invention of a celebrated F rench Surgeon, and frequently supersedes the use of the kiutc- thus disarming a distressing disease of more than h ll__l 1 * __FOttEICtJV. [From tho Now York American. 1 FROM FRANCE. New ) ohK, June 11.—French papers, received hv me Henri IV . hnng European news to the 10th inclusive, ” e 'carn If"' lliein, that the Duchess dc Herri has ac tuall v ventured to attempt to disembark upon the French soil tortile purpose of rallying around her the adherents of her son. 1 he steamboat Charles Albert, having on board he Duchess dc Herri, the Duke ol Alma /.an, the Duke de Lscars. and the son of Marshal Bourmont, with several other prominent members ol the C.irlist party, having nt tempted to land at Marseilles, so recently the scene i/po litical disturbance, was seized by the arm#,! ship Sphvnx conduelcd to Ajaccio in Corsica,and the distinguished pas-’ songers were put on boar,! a frigate which was to return them to Holy Rood. The Mouiteur e;ivcs demi-official I y details on the alf .ir, which has excited much attention and remark. 1 lie Constitutional declares against the illegali ty ol tho proceeding. Is said tlie Genoese steamboat left Leghorn on tlie -oth ol Apul, ostensibly bound to Ilarceloua, but touched at Roses, in Spain, and landed seven of her passengers — IV hen taken possession of by the Spliynx, there w, re on board three passengers, with whom the captain of the spliynx conversed, the eldest 50 years, one o! about 28- a lady who appeared to be about 35 years of age, remained covered with a nightcap, and had her neck enveloped by a boa, her hair was not seen. The vessel was covered within with the armorial hearings ol the older branch ol the Bourbons. The apartment ot the lady was hixurisuslv furnished. It is presumed that this Inly is tho Duchess ol Bern ; her identity would soon be established, as the vos sol was ordered to Ajaccio. The Duke of Almazan and a son or Count Bourmont were among the passengers In case the suspicions of the captors should prove true the Duchess was to be returned to Holy Rood Palace in a r rench Irigate. M. Kcrgolay, one ol the passengers was detained in I- ranee, lie is an ex-peer and was condemn c,l about a year since by the Court ol Assizes ol the Seine iosix months’ imprisonment. Such is the end of this rash enter)., ze. The issne of (he attempt of tho 30th was soon known at Avignon and at other points, where it threw the partiz.ins of the deposed branch in the greatest consterna tion. Marseilles and Toulon have distinctly shown their attachment to the existing government. At Marseilles on the 1st May a brilliant review toqk place, in which the National Guard fraternized in the most cordial manner with the troops of the line. The first accounts which the government receives from Ajaccio will remove all doubt as to the character of the passengers, and bring informa tion of (lie execution of (lie orders of the government, who bad taken all the measures that were required, and’who has, it will be seen, been seconded with zeal by the troops. It is a severe lesson for a party whose arrogance is happily only equalled by its weakness.” The Cholera had greatly abated in Paris. There were but 48 deaths during the 24 hours ending at midnight on I the 7(li, and 35 on the preceding day. It continn-v,'- j,s .T.v.t-e?, however, in the province^ A consultation of \ physicians on the Stli, pronounced the case of Mr. Pericr , to he favorable, and anticipated steady convalescence. \ Under dates ol Paris Dili, it is stated that there were in i in the. city 23 deaths—in the hospitals 12—being 13 less ! than in the preceding 24 hours. The disease is said to have spread to Com tray, in Belgium, and at Havre the I official bulletin of the 10|h, states (hat 09 cases had or | furred at that place and vicinity since, the commencement i of the disease, of which 23 had died, 18 recovered, and i 18 remained in (he hospitals. ; A London paper of the 5th nit. states that the Rev. C. ; C. Colton, the author ol Laron, put a period to his exis tence on Saturday, at Fontainbleau. The dread of un dergoing n surgical operation, is the cause assigned for committing this melancholy act. The intelligence of the ratification of the Belgian treaty 1 by Russia, had a favorable effect upon business and the ' Funds in Pails. The news of the ratification had reach- ! ed Brussels, but bad not yet been communicated to the 1 legislative body, mid it was doubtful whether (lie Chamber 1 would assent to the terms imposed by the Conference of ‘ London. 1 i ne Austrians are leaving Italy m consequence of the ' arrangement made for evacuation of Ancona by the Erench. 1 Itai,y.—From the Frontiers, April 27.—Official news ‘ of the departure of the French ship of the line Suffi-en, from Ancona, have been announced, and this ship having ' taken to another destination, a part of the 66th regiment, a great part of the Austrian troops received similar orders to evacuate the Pontifical territory; so that live 1 hattallions of infantry, four squadrons of cavalry of 1 the Line, and of the artillery, and but a single battery, 1 with a small supply of Congreve rockets remain. They are in eselielons between Rimini and Roulogna._This re treat of the Austrian troops, so soon after (he departure ‘ of the French ship, manifests the good faith of the cabi net of Vienna, t Austria.— Vienna, April 17.—The health of the 1 Duke of Krich-tadl assumes a satisfactory character. Let-' 1 ters from Rome announce, that by June a sufficient nmn- ' ber of Swiss troops will have been raised to permit the de- | parture of the foreign forces. CjHT.F.cK.— Sura, March IS.—(Extract of a letter from a Greek.)—“ I'ho unexpected news of the choice of a Prince in Greece, in the person ot Prince Otho, of Bavaria, has created perhaps a greater enthusiasm than the news ol the victory of Navarino. In less than a quarter of an hour, the w hole town was apprized of it. All the inhabi tants were delighted. They ran to the churches to re turn thanks to God. I know not that there was an indivi dual, Ind as he might be, who was not rejoiced. The por trait or the new sovereign passed through ajl hands; every i one wished to see it, and many to copy it. It was also a matter of rejoicing, that M. Thiersch will remain in Greece, and assist the king in the organization of the coun try. Twrkf.y.—St. Jeand’Acre still held out, but it was be lieved at Alexandria that it would soon be taken. f From the Journal .In Hnvrn, loth Mnv.1 ! A general rumor prevails that the young lluke of Reich- 1 sladt, whom the German Journals reported as danger- 1 Otisly ill, is dead. B , A journal of this morning announces (hat the Chambers ’ will re-assemble outlie 1st of August. We have our doubts i upon the subject; at the time of the close ol the last ses sion, the Ministry it is true, intended m convoke them as I soon as possible but they were influenced by (he hope of M. Perier’s convalescence, for without him their endea- 1 vors would be powerless. To-day M. Prrirr is witl.out doubt better, but his perfect recovery will be long delay- I ed. and ir they are compelled to wait for bis assistance in ' assembling the Chambers, tlm session must bo deferred beyond tbe 1st of August. Marseilles, 3rd May.— The Count Dorian dc Ger gorlay, ex-peer of France, the same who, a year ago, was condemned to six months imprisonment by the Court of Assizes of the Seine, was arrested the day before yester- ' ; day on the shore of Sion Saint Henry. He was disguised as a Catalonian fisherman; lie had’on quite a new hat : and a large vest usually called Cohan. No papers were , found on him. He had about 2,000 fr. PROCLAMATION OF HENRY V. TO THE FRENCH SOLDIERS. “ Times soldiers, my friends /" You, who... I have al ways loved, in the midst of whom I ' was loved too much to know myself, you who have often 1 , mined m my infant games; will you now he deaf to the voice , lot the Duke de Bordeaux, of you- lawful King, whode- 1 mauds of you the throne ot his fathers.' , Th# widow and the orphan have always found support I in the f rend, soldier. The widow and son ol the Duke de . Bern ought then to reckon with certainty on you: it is on i I you that my mother and myself place our greatest hope. Recollect tUt the French army is my god-mother, ami il»*l thus by little sh« imposes obligations on bciself. | How shameful, should you sutler her adopted son, the | only child of t ranee to be condemned to live fur from the place of his birth, in a foreign land! 'I he reason of the departure of my family was only to avoid shedding the blood that was precious to them! Hy this time, all the brave men might have perished the vic tims o| their courage ami fidelity. It was hoped that a more favorable tiino would come; it was thought that the french soldier would only serve in honor's cause, and laithlul to the victorious Hag of Algiers, would never light his legitimate king; that it would be necessary only to appeal to his noble heart to gain an immediate re sponse.” Ifrave Soldiers! T he time is arrived, and it is I, the adopted son ol the French army, your lawful King, who appeals to you. It is in vain they seek to tarnish your glory; it is immortal. I have taken part in all your grids, and some day I promise myself to make you forget them; Ay me, rally round my white flag—it is that of my grandfather Henry 4th. lie was in the same position as myself—like him I will light and conquer; like him 1 I love fiance; and like him I will make her happy. I am yet very young, it is true, to command the brave; but arc not French soldiers always certain of victory! Officers, sub-officers and soldiers, I promise you numerous promo tions ami numerous decorations. All those who may de sire their discharge shall have it, when order is restored. It is Henry V . who gives you his word, and you know that the word of a Kiugol fiance is always sailed. Signed, HENRY V. PROCLAMATION OF CHARLES X. rreiichmen! Listen once mote to the voice of an ohl man, enlightened by forty years experience, and whom I adversity lias not irritated. In abdicating the crown lor my son and inysoll, we have yielded to a desire of putting au end to a deplorable leud. We have thought that the child, called by his birth to succeed us. would be a pledge ol reconciliation and peace. My paternal intentions have not been lullillcd. Hy the desire of a multitude perfidi ously abused, the rights ol Henry V. have been unknown, and bis inheritance usurped. The new triumphs ol (lie revolution have ro-opened the source of the calamities which the restoration had closed : France was nourishing and peaceable at home; her government was loved ami respected abroad: now the internal tranquillity is lost, au tlioiity is without Ibrce, the interests ot property ami in dustry have ceased to be guarantied. Frenchmen, rally about Henry V .; his young and pure hands oiler yon the ^ Hag which, in former days, bound France to the popular monarch whose name he bears; every other standard will i serve to prolong anarchy among you ; only to provoke in- I vasion, sooner or later. ji is noun i rovidcncc has permitted the throne to belong to a prince, stranger from bis ago to the sail ex cuts to which xve have submitted. No prevention, no unhappy recollection, xvill trouble his reign; educated in the tear of God, member of a new generation, he xvill sup port, trom his religious principles, justice, and the interests olhis country. Our beloved daughter, the Duchess de Iserri, is regent ot the kingdom; French by ancestry, by her affections and by hermislortuncs, surrounded by coun cillors whose irreproachable lives warrant their loyalty. Slic xvill knoxx', like Hlancheof Castile, lioxx’ to prepare for France a similar glory and prosperity. Her hand xvill ef face our long sufferings, ami the renewed Monarchy xvill again resume the course of its brilliant destinies. _CHARLES X. Reported capture of Madeira.—Captain Gorham, of the General Y\ arren, from Smyrna, off the harbour of Ma deira, left the ship of war Donna Maria, under English co lors, Iroin which he learned that Don Pedro’s forces made prisoners of the Governor and officers ol the island, and that Don Pedro himselt had sailed the previous day for I’erccira for a reinforcement. The officers and men in Don Pedro’s vessels were English. Capt Gorham, on hoarding the Donna Maria, saw men who had been xvounded in an ac ion xx ith Inc islanders. Several prizes had been made, and lour or five American vessels had been ordered off. The Americans had been xvcll treated. A letter has been received by a » unmcrcial house in this city from Havre, dated the 10th ultimo, in which it is stated that intelligence had just reached that city, announ cing the doaih of the young Duke do Reichstadt. The Paris journals of (he latest dates pronounced him to be re covering from his illness.—A*. F. Kv. Rust. IN CHANCERY—Virginia.—At a Court continued and held lor liuckiiigham county, the 16th day of May, 1832: Henry Adcock, adin’orof Elisha Adcock,dec’d., Pltff. against Valentine Scruggs, and Finch Scruggs, ex’or of Allen Scruggs, dec’d., 1 he defendant; Valentine Scruggs, not having entered his appearance and given security according to the Act of Assembly and the rules of this Court, and it appearing, by satisfactory evidence, that he is not an inhabitant of this country: It is ordered, That the said absent defendant do appear hereon the first day of the next August Term, and answer the bill of the plaintiff; and that a copy of this order be forthwith Inserted in some newspaper published in the ( ity ot Richmond, for txx-o mouths successively, and post i:d at the front floor ol the Court-House of this county A Copy. Teste, R. ELDRIDGE, C. D. C. J,me 1“-_ 10—w8xv il.i i' i ii % i.!.i. i a yss are not an inhabl tani ot il.« x irginin, you xvill please take loiiee, that I shall,on the 14thday of July next, at Chin picpin Church, in the county of Amelia, and State of Vir li'iia, proceed to take the depositions of Joel Morris and xthers, to he road as evidence in a suit noxv pending in the circuit Supei iot Court ol I.aw and Chancery for the coun ty of Powhatan, in the said State, in which I am plaintiff, And yourself and others are defendants. The said deposi tions xvill he taken on the day before mentioned, helxvccn 1 o’clock in the forenoon and sunset of the. same day; but ihotild the said depositions, from any cause be not taken >n that day, the same xvill be taken on the succeeding day, ictxvecn too same hours. Vours, &.c. June 12. 10—xv-lxv* JOHN JORDAN. ^ i/ie e omrnonwtnun of viremia, A I UOGLAM A I ION.— \\ herein it appears from an /1L indictment found by the County Court of Bedford, bat a certain Charles Marshall Jones,did on the 30th De ember, 1831, murder Mr. Edward Sayre, by shooting md other violence; that said Charles Marshall Jones has •cell bailed by the Examining Court, and has forfeited bis ccognizanco, and under the charge of murder, the Grand lury upon the indictment preferred on him, returned “A rue Bill”—and the said Charles Marshall Jones is still be loved to he in Frederick or Fauquier county:—Now, licreforc, I, John I loyd, Governor ol the Commonwealth d Virginia, do hereby offer a reward of Three Hundred Dollars, to any person or persons who will apprehend and ■onvey to the jail ol Bedford County, the said Charles Marshall Jones; and I do, moreover, require all officers -ivil and military, and exhort the good people of the Com nonwealth, to use their best endeavors to cause the said iigitive to be apprehended, that lie may he dealt with as lie law directs. Given under my hand as Governor, and under the lessor [Seal] seal of the Commonwealth at Richmond, this 18th day ol May, 1832. JOHN FLOYD. Charles Marshall Jones is about 25 years old, and quite lender made, dark hair, fair skin, a‘thin face, a little reck led, sharp nose, thin lips, nnd lias lost about half of lie lore linger ot the left band, is probably about 5 lect 6 •i- 8 Inches high. 8-w4w June 6. Trio ,1'titn Ir. Blackwell, and IVilliam a. Baynham, guardians for the orphans ot John Baynham, dec’d: Not being inhabitants of this State, you wit please to take lotice, that I shall on Monday, the 23d of July next, at he store-house of Thomas Easley, in the county ef llali ix and State of Virginia, proceed to take the depositions • >f Hartwell Gresham and others, to be read as evidence n a suit now depending in said County Court of Cliaucc y—and shall continue to take the depositions from day to lay (Sunday excepted) until the same he finished—where rou and others are plaintiffs, and I am defendant, at which ime and place you may attend if vou think proper. JOS. G. E. BAYNHAM, Adm’r. June8. (!)—w tw'] of William Baynham, dcc’d. Stew APOTHECARY AND DRUG STORE.—The Lni subscriber, having taken the store next above the Liglc I Intel, offers to his Iriends and the public generally, 1 i carefully selected and very general assortment of Drugs, 1 Medicines, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Dye Stufls, Window *lass, &r. &e.; all ot which have been recently purchas 'd by himself hi the Northern cities, and will he sold, vbolesale or retail, on as good terms as at any other house 1 u this city. i Physicians, country merchants, and others, arc respect- < iilly invited to give film a call. I All orders and prescriptions w ill he carefully attended to 1 >y himself, or under his immediate inspection. Having been for more than ten years past actively en- ' faged in this business, he hopes to he aide to give general 1 laiistaction, nnd solicits a share ot public patronage i May 25. [5-w8w] ALEXANDER DUVAL. B"N Cll AN’CKIIY—Vinous i a.— At Rule*, holdrnm the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Superior Court ol Law ami Chancery for the County of Buckingham, the i iccond Monday of March, 1832: ’ ' Me rriwetlicr Lewis, Pltff. i against William Laird, John Hill, Walter L. Fontaine, Andor* ! on Abraham and Theodosia Abraham, administratrix with i lie will annexed, of Jacob L. Abraham, dcc’d.. Defls. i The defendant, Anderson Abraham, not having entered s d* appearance and given security according to the Act ol ! \ssembly and the Rules ol this Court, and it appearing ’ »y satisfactory evidence, that he is not an inhabitant oi I ins country, it is ordered that the said absent defendant! I lo appear here on (he first day of (he next September c erm, and answer the hill of the plaintiff; and that a copy i >( this order he forthwith inserted in some newspaper puh ished in the eity of Richmond, lor two months surecs ivrly, and posted at the front door of the Court House, i n the said county. A Copy. Teste, , .. R. EL DRUDGE, c. c. a. c. i May lf» 3- w8w I'fcT’OTICE—Intending to vltil some of Uis watering | i-B places in Virginia, the next season, for uiy health, I have determined to bring all niv transactions, as well! private as in my fiduciary character, to a speedy and final1 idjustmcnt; 1 must therefore earnestly request all those J indebted to me in either capacity, to make immediate pay ment, and those having claims against me are requested lo present them, properly authenticated, as I am ready to discharge them. THOMAS R. BaKNES. Richmond County, Virginia, April 28. 118-wlOt mrOTK 1 I here will lie sold at the Tavern ol Wm. D. Fitch, in the townol Charlottesville, on Friday the 22d day of June next, (and sliould that be a bad day, then, on the next good day thereafter, Sunday excepted,) j alt the shares of stock in the Rivanna Navigation Compa- j ny, held hy persons who have not paid the full amount of call/ made on said shares, amounting to thirty dollars on | cacli share.—By order of the Board ol Directors. DANIEL F. CARR, Treasurer, liivanna Navigation Comptnw. IV _*_2-wills FB^lll1. Prasteee of Hampden Sydney College notily, -■L by their Cnminittee, that on the third Tuesday in July next, a meeting will bo held to elect a Steward, whose duties will commence in October.—Persons de sirous of filling thatollice, are invited to attend. JAMES MORTON, W. S. MORTON, JAMES MADISON, M u 25. [5-wtd] IVM. BERKELEY. H fchV I)EN \ M) HUNT, MKRCHANT~TA7romi B-" J\o. 5, Sharpe St., Baltimore,—Would respectful ly announce to their friends in Virginia, and the public ] generally, that they have received their supply of Spring ! Ann Sir.MMKR boons, in their greatest varieties—partly j as follows, viz. Extra super blue and black Cloths, ] French and F-nglish; super tashioiiablc olive brown, and ] mulberry Cloths, of various shades, with a general assort ment ol Cassimeres, Vestings, $cc. &c. all o( which they will make to order, in the most fashionable style, ami at the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. [A liberal discount for cash.] J. N. Hunt intends visiting his native place about the latter part ol June, and from the very liberal patronage we have received from that section of the country, will take occasion to have himself provided with a card ol patterns ol C lolhs, Cassimeres, and Vestings, and a variety of new style goods for summer wear, and will he happy to take measure and receive orders from such of their friends as wish to get their clothes in the city of Baltimore; and that he may (lie better accommodate them, will attend at the Court ol Lancaster, and if possible, the Court of Northum berland, at their June terms. May 23. 5-wlw rg^o ROBERT WARE AND WM. GRAY:—Take JL notice, tliat on Thursday the 5lh day of July next, I shall, between the hours ot ten o'clock, in the lorenoon and lour o’clock in the afternoon, proceed to take the de positions ot Ilenry 1M. Wood and others, at the house of Littlcberry Weaver, in the county of Fluvanna; on Fr^ d iy the bill of the same month, between the hours of TO and 4, P. M. I shall proceed to take the deposition of Jo seph W oolling and others, at the bouse of John Winn, in the county of Fluvanna; and on Saturday the 7th ol the same month, between the hours of 10 o’clock, A. M. and 4 P. M. 1 shall proceed to tako depositions ol John Brit and others at the tavern ol Mrs. Ann Georges, in the county of Goochland; (and il from any cause the said de positions should not he taken on the days above appointed, I shall continue to attend the several places between the same hours, from day to day, until they are taken;) to be read as evidence in a suit depending in Chancery in the County Court of Goochland, wherein I am plaintiff, and you are dcletidants. Yours, OVERTON B. PETIRT, Adm’r. ol Win. Wood, deceased. Cumberland rounty. May 25. 5_wbw* SN CHANCERY—Virginia.—in Lancaster County Court, March 20th, J832. John Sampson, * Complt. against Thomas S. Chappell, Win. Payne, Lawson George, Cy rus Doggett and William Mitchell, jr., Delta. The complainant having this day tiled his bill, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that the defen dant, Thomas S. Chappell, is not an inhabitant ot this Commonwealth, it is therefore ordered, that the defendant, I homas S. Chappell,do appear here on the third Monday in June next, and answer the hill of the complainant. And it is further ordered, that the other defendants, William Payne, Lawson George, Cyrus Doggett and William Mitchell, jr., do not pay, convey away, or secrete the money or effects in their hands, belonging to the other defendant, Chappell, until the further order and decree of this ourt Cconcerning the same; and that a copy of this order he forthwith inserted in the Richmond Enquirer, for two months successively, and posted at the front door or the Court House of this county. Attest, ROBERT P. DUNAWAY, D. C. M*y 4-_ lib—w8w r*TO JOURNEYMEN HOUSK-PAINTERS.—The -R- subscriber wishes to employ twelve or fifteen llouse Pnnters, to work on the Capitol in Richmond. C. W. McGIJKNESS, House-Painter, !fc. IHh Street, Richmond, Va. I have on hand 200 gallons Copal Varnish of my own make, suitable for House-Painters, Chair and Cabinet Makers, which I warrant of the best quality, and to dry quirk—Likewise, Coach Varnish, which i will engage to polish well, and not crack. As I intend to manufacture it constantly, mid hope to supply the State, I will sell by wholesale, (say 10 gallons,) as low as il can be procured in the Northern C-itk«*m. It the vnrnt>h is not approved of, it will be taken back, and (be money returned. April 27. lll-lfw C. W. McGINNESS. 0*Thc Editors of the National Intelligencer, Wash ington; I ntelligencer. Petersburg; and Beacon, Norfolk, will publish tlie above weekly for two months, and send' i their accounts to this offtep. ALE 01 \ ALU ABLE PROPERTY.—Inpursuance ol a Decree ol ilie Circuit Superior Court of Law anti Chancery for Ihe county of Nelson, pronounced in the case of Rives against Austin and others, the under signed, as Commissioner, will proceed to sell at (lie Varie ty Mills, in the county of Nelson, on Wednesday the 18ili day ol July next, to the highest bidder,on a credit of one, two, three and four years—the purchaser or purchasers giving bonds with approved security and a deed of trust an the land to scenic the payment—all the Lands held by ihe concern of Rives and Murphy, consisting of the Va riety Mills tract of land, containing in all, 116.8 acres; up. m which are Mills,Tan-Yard, Distillery, Dwelling-house, fee. There are two Mills: a Merchant Mill containing wo pair of Burrs, in good order and ready to receive the next crop of wheat; the other a Crist Mill, containing one pair of Esoptis Stones, also in good order. The Tan-Y'ard «in good order, and every convenience for carrying on 1 Ihe business extensively. A part of the land is very vain- 1 ilde, most ol it yet to clear, and a portion of it first rate 1 obacco land.—Also, at the same place and on the same lay, a tract ol land lying within a mile of Nelson Court house, and adjoining the lauds of Lunsford Loving and it hers, containing 260 acres, the greater part of it heavily limbered. Also, another tract lying in the county of Nel ion, adjoining the lands of Benjamin Carrington and others, rontaining 889 acres. Also, a lot adjoining (lie town of New-Market, on which there is a lumber-house. And on Friday the 20th day of July next, the subscri ber will sell in the town of Bent Creek, in the couniy of Ibickingiiam, on the above terms, the interest held by Rives and Murphy in ihe following valuable property— : in undivided two-third interest in throe tracts of land ad orning each other, containing eight acres, one hundred ind ten and a half acres, and sixty-liVe arres; upon which ire Merchant Mills,. S.nv Mill, Grist Mill, Distillcry Dwellirig-honse, £tc. The Mills are In complete repair’ 1 ind are, perhaps, the best in the upper country: being 'ituated in a fine wheat country, upon a never-failing 1 [(ream.—Also, an undivided two-third of a Lot ol Land ' idj<>ining the above, containing one Acre.—Also, an urnli fitled two-third of a 'Tract of Land, adjoining the town el Jeiit (ucck, on which stands a Lumber House, supposed o contain one-fourth ol an Acre.—Also, an undivided two- 1 bird part of a town lot, supposed to contain one-fourth of in Acre.—Also, an undivided two-third interest in a Tract ! if Laud lying in the county of Buckingham, near the wa ers of James River, containing 400 arras.—Also, the 'hole of Ihe following tracts, all lying in the county of Buckingham—one tract containing 216 acres, two or three niles from the town of Bent Creek, on the waters of Dr.nl ’reek.—Also, a tract containing 113 acres, on the waters if Bent Creek.— Also, a tract containing 93 aeies, bought >y Hives and Murphy from M. Pendleton's legatees— a|. o,a tract containing 71 acres, bought of Mace Freeland. The property lying in the county of Buckingham, will >e shewn by Andrew White, residing at the Bent Creek Hills, and that in Nelson, by Alexander Brown, residing 4 die Variety Mills. MAY'O CABELL, May 16. 2—wSw Commissioner. I1JOJICE.- By virtue of the last Will and Testament Lw of Samuel Nuckols, deceased, the subscriber will iroeeed to sell to the highest ladder on the premises, on Thursday the 26th day ol July next, if fair, if not the text l iir day, all the estate of said decedent, both real and tersonal, on the following terms, to wit: the land which ies partly in Goochland and partly in Hanover counties, ind contains about 400 acres, one third of the purchase * iioncy to be paid in ca«h, and the balance in two equal mniial payments; approved personal security ami a * leed in trust on the land to secure the two last payments. ' The personal estate, consisting of six likely young negroes, 1 ioi ses, cattle, sheep and hogs, plantation utensils, house- ' iohl, fic.on the following terms, to wit: six months ere- c lit for all sums almvo five dollars, bonds with approved se- f urily; for five dollars and under rash will be required, bv ' NATHANIEL NUCKOLS, Adm’r. de bonis non. * AII persons having claims against the estate are request- J d to bring them forward that due arrangements may lie * aade for settlement; all persons indebted to ihe estate are cniiested to come forward and make immediate payment. May 29 ffl- W8w«J N. N. ' ? IN^ CHANCERY—Yiituni.—At rules UksA ia the Clerk'* office of Prince Edward County Court, the 14 lav of April, 1832. Tbwcatt &. Miller, Plaintiff*, against Henry Y. Jenkins, William M. Jenkins, William flat ten and Elizabeth bis wife, Ohudinh Jenkins, Samuel Mor gan and Ann hie wife, Samuel Jenkins, Richard Jenkins, h ranees Jenkins, Martha Jenkins, Mary Jenkins nnd Tho mas Jenkins, Defendants. The defendants, William flatten and Elizabeth his wife, not having entered their nppearanee and given security according toan act of the General Assembly ami the rules ot this Court, and it appearing that they arc not inhabi tants ot this State—on the motion of the plaintifls, by counsel, it is entered at rules aforesaid, and accordingly ordered, that the said defendants, Wm. Hatten and Eliza beth his wife, do appear here on the first day of September Court next, and answer the plaintiffs bill; am) that a co py ol this order ho forthwith inserted in some one of tho public newspapers published in the city of Richmond, for two months successively, and also posted at the front door of the court-house of tliis county. Teste, B. J. WORSHAM, Clk. M*y 2g-__ 5—wSw fN CHANCERY — V iihunia:—At a Circuit Supe rior Court ol Law and Chancery, continued and held tor the county of Buckingham, oil the 13th day of April, 1832: McDearnian and Shcppcrson, and McDcarman and Mat tlicws, Pllfs against Samuel Johns and Frances liis wife, Glover Johns and Joseph Wilson, trustees for the said Samuel Johns and wile, nnd the said Joseph Wilson, as adm'or of Sarah 13. Watson, dec’ll Dcfts. 1 lie defendants, Samuel Johns nnd Frances his wife, and Glover Johns, not having entered their appearance and given security according to the Act of Assembly and the Rules ol this court, and it appearing, by satisfactory evidence, that they arc not inhabitants of tliis country_ It isordered, that the said absent defendants do appear hereon the first day of the next September term, and an swer the bill ol the plaintills; nnd that a copy of this or der be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in the city of Richmond, for two months successively, and posted at the front ttoorof the court-house of this county. A copy. Teste, HOLFE ELDRIDGE, C. M*y 4- H6— w8w IiN UlAiNC KLY—Virginia.—In Louisa county court, April 9th, 1832: Rachael Maun, Pllf. against James I). Roberts, mlm’or dc bonis non with the will annexed of I homas M um, dec’d, Nicholas J. Poindexter, (who owns Stephen T. Mann’s interest in the estate of I nomas Mann, dec’d) Win. Edds and Nancy his wife, Jonathan Edds, Mary Edds, Susan Edds, Drury Edds, and U rn. Brown and Elizabeth his wife, who was Eliza beth Edits, I homas Mann, John Norman and Sarah his wile, James Amos and Susan his wife, who was Susan Norman, John Parrish and Elizabeth his wife, who was Elizabeth Norman, Thomas Norman, Rachael Norman, Washington Norman, Mary Norman and Susan Arm 8‘™"?. Dcfis. 1 Ins day came the plaintiff by her Attorney, and filed her lull, and tlicdofcndants, James Amos and Susan his wife, who was Susan Norinan, and Thomas Norman,not having entered their appearance and given security according to law, and the rules ol this court, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that they arc not inhabitants of this Slate, on the motion ot the plaintiff, by her counsel_ It n ordered, that the said defendants, James Amos and Su san Ins wife, w ho was Susan Norman, and Thomas Nor man, do appear here on the first day of July court next and answer the hill of the plaintiff; and that a copy of this oiler he forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in ibe tity of Richmond, for two mouths successively, and posted at the front door of the court-house of this county on some court-day. 3 A copy. Teste, JOHN HUNTER, C. L. C. 8-_in— w8w 1“^', !-D/\N( ERV—Virginia.— In Amelia county. February Court, 1832—Miles Webster and Rebecca bis wife. Plaintiffs, against John Webster, adm’r. of Edward Webster, dec’d., and adm r. of Elizabeth Webster, and adm’r. of Fanny Web ster, and Paschal McGla.sson and Piiccbe his wife. „ Defendants, ny consent, the report of the commissioner upon the estate of Elizabeth Webster, is ordered to be recommitted, w ith instructions to deduct trom the balance of three bun dled and twenty-one pounds, five shillings and six pence, lorty-four pounds, eighteen shillings ami four pence, the amount of corn belonging to the estate ol Edward Web ster, included in the said balance, ol which Elizabeth Webster has no part, as she took her share in kind, and of winch John W ubster took his share -also in kind; assuming lor the balance ol Edward Webster’s estate due to Me* Masson, Miles Webster and Fanny Webster, fifty-nine pounds, twelve shillings and eight pence, as per accouut herewith filed, and report accordingly. A Copy, Teste, JOHN T. LEIGH, c. a. c. The parlies interested, are hereby notified, that I have appointed Friday the 27th day ot July next, to carry the loregoing order into effect; on which day they are request ed to attend me at my office at Dcnnisvillc, Amelia coun '>'• a* n',,e o clock, A. M. with such accounts and oilier papers as they mny wish to file in the seiiieinent „ FAB1US LAWSON, Com’r. M*y 22-_ 4—w4w 1N ^CERY—Virginia—At Rules held in the s Mnee of the Circuit Superior Court of Law ami Chancery, for the County of King W illiam, on Mon day, the 4th of June, 1832 : Joseph Fox, and Elizabeth D. Fox his wife, Judith F Fox, John N. Fox, Joseph If. Fox, Thomas P. Fox, Mary box, Richard 1-ox and Sarah Fox, the seven last named chil ben of the said Joseph Fox and Elizabeth D. Fox, and in fants under the age of twenty-one years, by the said Jo seph I-ox theit next friend, *. against John Fox,George Fox, Alfred Fox, Albert Fox, Thomas II. 1-ox, Richard W. Fox, Charles J. Fox, and Sarah Fox, I hos. Leftwieh, and Frances his wife, who was Frances fox, Martin Drcwry, and Mildred S. his wile, who was Mildred S. box, Wm. Hatchet, and Judith his wife, who teas Judith I ox, and George Harriss, Delts. . |‘ *,e Defendants, John Fox, George Fox, Alfred Fox. -Mbert I ox, and Sarah Fox, not hiving entered their ap. jearance, ami given security according to the Act of As icinhly and the rules or this Court, and it appearing by latisfaetory evidence, that they are not inhabitants ol this it-'te: It IS ordered, that the said defendants do appear 'ere on the first Monday in August next, and answer the )il ot the complainants; and that a copy of this order be ortlm-ith inserted in some newspaper published in the Ci y ol itichmoml, for two months successively, anil posted it the front door of the Court-House of this county Copy. Teste, RO. B. POLLARD, D C Ju,lc 12-_ 10—w8w* tllANtr.KY —v ihcinia:-Al a Court of quar terly session continued and held for Richmond Coun y, at the Court House, on Tuesday, i).v 8th day of May, 1832— Charles Dodson, Plaintiff, Against Rawleigh Dodson ami Susan his wife, Charles R Krnt md Wlnnefred his wife, William H. Hall and Loui-a his ,vife, Richard Dodson, Hannah Dodson, Elizabeth Dod ou, Jane Dodson and - Dodson, children of Jamea Dodson, deceased, Ewell Alexander and Alice his w ile, Delia, Joseph, Winney, Presley, William and Jane Dod’ ,0”» . Defendants. 1 Ins day came the plaintiff and exhibited his hill, and >n his motion, it is ordered that the defendants be sum noned to appear here on the first day of August term text to answer said hill, and to shew cause, if any they an, why the land of which Alexander Dodson died seiz 'd and possessed should not he sold, and the proceeds di vided according to law among the heirs of the said Alex imler Dodson, dec.; ami it appearing to the Court that the lefendants Presley, William, Jane, Delia, Joseph, Win ley, Hannah, Elizabeth, Jane and-Dodson, are in ants under the age of twenty one years: Therefore John I’. Headley is appointed guardian ad litem to Presley, William and Jane Dobson; Bartholomew Dodson is ap. minted guardian ad litein to Della, Joseph and Winney Do«l«on, and Charles II. Kent is appointed guardian ad item to Hannah, Elizabeth, Jane and-Dodson: and he defendant Richard Dodson not having entered his ap icarance, and given security according to the Act of As. icmhly mid the rules of this Court, and it appearing to tlio xtUfaclion of tho Court, that he i« not an inhabitant of this ?otninomveallb, on the motion of the plaintiff by bis at orney, it is ordered that the said defendant, Richard Dod. on, do appear here on the first day of August term next, md answer the plaintiff’s bill, and that a copy of this order i« forthwith Inserted in the Enquirer, s newspaper print si in I lie City of Richmond, for two months successively, md also posted at the front door of the Court House of this aunty. A Copy. Teste, CEO. SAUNDERS, C. R. c. 12-_ _ 10—w8w VIRGINIA MUSEUM.—This well known establish ment, together w ith all the Paintings, Minerals, Fos ils, and curiosities thereto belonging, i« offered for sale.— "he building is flO by 50 feet, two stories high, built of rick ami covered with slate. It is situated on tlie south ormrr of the Capitol Square, in a most pleasant and central art of the city. The building was constructed with a few to nil the purpose* of a Museum; and in life bands f a man of enterprise, might he made very valuable pro rrty. The establishment will be shown to any person fishing to purchase, on application at the premises, Ap lieations bom persons abroad, by letter, post pald,dlreet d to the subscriber, at the Museum, will be promptly at •"'led »o. RICHARD LORTON. M*y 25. 5-w 3m JCTTbe Editor* of tho Cmiticr Jr Fnonirer, New York, ore re nested to pnhlioh the shove otu-a « week tor twelve week*, and send teir account* to in for collection.