Newspaper Page Text
BY RITCHIE & COOK. niCMMJfMOJYMP, TUESUJMir, OCTOBMuH 3»1&33. __ . YqL- XXX—No. SO. 9^ Tho KNUlilltKIt it pulilitlied twice u week, generally, and throe times a week during tho session of the State legislature,— Price, the same as heietol'orc, Five Dollais poi annum, payable in id* «wnce. Notes of shartered, specie-paying banks (only) will be re oetved in payment- Tho Editors will guarantee the safety of remit ting thorn by mail; the postage of all letters being paid by the writers. '5^ No pupar will bo discontinued, but at the discretion of the Bditora, until all arrearages have lioen paid up. 5^ Whoever will guaianteo tha payment of nine papers, shell have the tenth gratis. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One squnre.or less, fust insertion, 75 cents, each continuance, cents. No advertisement inserted, until it bns either boon paid for, urtnwd hf no mo iwruon in thin city or its environs. I%K\V \DVCKTISEIflEKT^. RECEIVING—125 Barrels F'all caught Mackerel, lor sale by WORTHAM, McGRUDKR & CO. October 25th, 1833. 50_2t HENRICO NURSERY—IFtlAm three and a half miles nj Uiehmond, Jrirgiriia.—The subscriber •tiers for sale at hie Nursery, a large collection of buddad FRUIT TREES, consisting of 71 varieties of Apple, 20 do. Bear, 14 do. Plum, 41 do. Peach, 26 do. Cherry, 6 do. Aprico', 2 do. Nectarine, 1 do. Almond, 1 do. Fig, and 4 do. Grape Vine, nearly all propagated from trees in full bearing in hie own orchard, and embraces perhaps a se lection of Fruit, that have not been surpassed lor the cli mate in Virginia. The trees ore large and thrifty, and many ol thorn have fruit on at this time. Catalogues (to which 1 have added, in consequence of numerous en quiries, ample directions lor planting,) may be had gratis •* the Nursery, or at the Hook Store of'Peter Colloni, where any orders left will be punctually attended to. Oct. 29. [50— w6w] JOSEPH SINTON. VALUABLE N EG ROES,' STOCK. &c. FOR SALE. —On Wednesday, Oct. 3<>th, (il lair, if not, the next fair day,) toe will sell, at tho late residence of Hunley Gale, in Matthews county, the whole of his personal es tate, consisting of about 16 very valuable slaves, stock of horses, cattle, sheep and hogs, tanning utensils, household and kitchen furniture, and the crop of corn, oats and fod der. The slaves will be sold for cash, and the other pro perty on a credit of 9 months. Bonds, with approved se curity, will be required of the purchaser, before the pro perty is removed. The sale will be continued tromday to day until the whole is sold. CHRISTOPHER TOMPKINS, > Exec’rs of Hun JOHN D. JARVIS, 5 Icy Gale. October 29. _____ 49—Ids A GREAT BARGAIN may be bail in about Ijlfl) acres ol Land, one hundred cleared, the balance in woods, lays well, is good farming land, the growth prin cipally very lolty pines, which goo.l judges say will pro duce five or six thousand feet of plank per acre; it lays shout one mile on the river, allording a good site lor a Saw Mill or other works; a dam across the river, com plete, und the canal nearly so; a good and convenient dwelling-house, on a most beautiful eminence, with other improvements; fine water, very healthy; lays about two miles below Milton, between 7 and 8 below Charlottes ville, and the University. The title undoubted. Posses sion can be had immediately. A letter addressed to me, Milton P. O., will be attended to. C. PF-YTON October 29. 50—4t I SHALL offer for sale, on the 6ih day ot November next, my stock of Blooded Horses, a good brood mare and three colts, one three years obi next spring, by Wm. R. Johnson’s Medley, two others of good blood—a young stallion by Riego, that is a first cite foal getter two ol his colts will be offered for sale at the same time —also, two good plough horses, a good two horse wagon, a strong ox cart, and three well broke young oxen, my •lock ol cattle, sheep and hogs, about 60 bairels of cot n, •nd about 4,000 lbs. of prime fodder. I he above sale will take place at 12 o’clock,on my plan* tatmn on Falling creek, about two miles south ol Broad Rock, and one south east of Branch’s meeting house. Ches terfield. b ■ 'FV,n* Sale.—For all sums of jj;5 and under, cash will be required—for all stuns above .$5, a credit of six months will he given, the purchaser to give bond w ith ap proved security. ARCHIBALD CLARY. October 29._ 50-It” J M IIOOL. at Charlotte Court House.— I lie undersigned, a graduate ol Union ( ollege. New * oik, and who also graduated in iho School of Ancient Languages in the University of Virginia at the doge of the last session, will open a Classical School at Charlotte < our! House, to commence the 1st of November and ter minate the 1st of October next, with a vacation of one month in the middle ol the term. The course of instruc tion, to he conformed as imrtli as possible lo (hat pursued at the University, will embrace the Latin, Greek and r renrh Languages, and Mathematics in all its elementary blanches. 1 lie School will he limited to twenty scholars. I'he charge lor tuition will be $50 lor the collegiate year, though lor the next session, scholars will he received at any time, paying only from the lime they may enter. I here will he two public examinations. Hoarding can be obtained in respectable private families on reasonable terms. MARTIN HART 19th October, 1833. Mr. Halt having taught two years in Mr. James M. Garnett s School, previous to his going to the University, the public is referred to the following extract ol a let lei from Mr. Garnett to Mr. llciny Cairiiigtun of Charlotte, dated 10th April, 1833: “Mr. Hart's moral character is unexceptionable; Iris knowledge ol Greek, Latin and Mathematics far beyond any tiling which is usually found in piivate teachers; in deed I think he would nuke a good prolessor ol each in any of our colleges. lie is al»o a good French scholar, and taught (he language in my school. His fondness for mathematical studies amounts almost to a passion ; ami he is a man ol great industry and application. ’ ^O.c'obrr 2!>- 50—w2w IIMlihK (ihl I'KlIS,— Proposals will he recetv ■- "'I by the subscriber, until the 25:h instant, lor fur nishing at the Penitentiary, by the 1st of March, 1831, Timbers eorresp tilling with Hie (allowing hill, viz: 5000 feel I inch pi ne plank, 8000 do. 8 4 do. do. do. 2000 do. 5 8 do. do. crooked edge lor waggon sides, 2 cords split White Oak, 14 feet long, 3 do. do. do. 12 do. . . 8 do. do. do. 10 do > Uear of kno,G 2 do. do. do. 9 do. 5 y°u"K »"d tough. 100 Hub Blocks, black gum nr elm, 17 inches long, and from 10 lo II inches diameter, 3000 Wheel Spokes, ol tough while oak, 2000 do. Felloes, do. willow do. For a small portion of the Plank, Split Timber, Felloes and Spokes, an advance on the market price will be given, if delivered immediately or by 1st November next. THUS. <;. MON CURE, Pel. 28. f40— hi] General Agent. }§ tIR At,A DEM V’.—The semi-annual exliibi U m) lion ol this J nslitution look place on Ihe 9:li inst. in pretence ol the following Trustees: Rev. \V,„. Finney, Jnilge 8. Archer; Sami. Brown, John For wood, Henry Dorsey, an. Thome, a. Hays, Esqrt. who look pleasure V "l*'ing, that the high literary reputation, which the Institution h*a acquired under Ihe superintendence of the Rev. R If. D*v»., was fully sustained. With a full he lief that the Institution is worthy the extensive patronage which it has received, the Trustees confidently rerom n.cnd it to an enlightened public. Mr. PlererClierhonneir one of the most accomplished teachers in ihe Union, now presides over the French Department, The duties of ihe school will be resumed on Monday the 4th ol November next. By order ol the Board of Trustees. _ , .. JOHN McKENNEY, Jr.,Sec. Bel-Atr, (Md.,) Oct n ■>, S' * ■ (’ 1 1 ■ \ a t > On the 81st day of October nest. at Johnson s Spring.. j„ ,|lc county of Goochland, I shall proceed In sell at public aiirtiou, a Tract of Land, lately occupied hy Mrs. Anna Moore, as her dower in the real estate of her deceased husband, and formerly owned hy U alter Boyd (s.ll.a.n, deceased. The I. 1 . to the land I" believed to he undoubted, in consequence of a late He J '/'* Court of Appeals. Terms made known on uic <1 «%y of mIc, winch will he po«iiivc. ... WM- PAN NILE, AAm'r. dr honienon October?*** ann,x'','rf Walter Royd Gilliam, dee'd. II -Ids ■ DISMAL SWAMP I.AND CO M PA N Y —The An. ■ W , "f the Stockholders, in the Dismal Hwamp Land on.pany will, according to Law. he held in.he! own o( Suffolk, on Friday the I.Vh November, HO BUTLER, Prmidrni u i.ir it . >,^mnl Swamp I.and Company, Smithflcld, October 11. 40-t 15thNov I ¥ ,AN,D A,ND MILL FOR SALE.—Agreeably lo an 1' t° ~,e Assembly of Virginia, and a de cree of the County Court of Sussox, will be sold at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder, on the 16th day of No vember next, on the premises, the Tract ol Land in the county ol Sussex, on which the late Major John Edmonds formerly resided, containing between three and lour thou sand acres. The land is finely watered, has a comforta hie dwelling house on it, with all the necessary houses lor a farm, and a valuable mill. It will be sold entire, or di j vided to suit purchasers, and it is presumed to be unneces sary to desciibe the quality of the soil, as those desirous | of purchasing, will no doubt view and judge for themselves The Comissioiiers believe the title to he good, hut will only convey such as is vested in them by said act and de cree.—Terms made kuown on the day ot sate, by the Oct. 22. [H-t l.-j COMMISSIONERS. WOKI II A I I LN I ION.— Will be sold on Friday the I3lh December next, to the highest bidder, my Lower Mill in Buckingham county, on Willis’s River, at Curdsville, where there is a Tobacco Inspection, ami several good Stores, with a good boat navigation to Rich mond; the situation is ns healthy as any below the Blue Ridge, and in a very respectable neighborhood. My mo tive for selling is, that the neighborhood and some adjoin ing counties require a Manufacturing Mill there; and I find myself (oo l»r advanced in years to go info that busi ness; therefore, I wish some man or set of men to bur who will put up n good Manufacturing Mill there. Per haps there is not in Virginia, a greater opening for grind ing of W heat, being thirty miles South ol James River and the only water that side of the River that boats run to Kiclimoiid; the water is sufficient for other water works, which can be had out of the canal, any where between the mill and the dam. The Mill is new, with a pair of corn stones, upon a .Hone wall that can be made lo any size by opening the side or end; there is a small Tract of Land attached to the Mill, which the purchaser can have, or any part. It is deemed unnecessary lo point out the ad vantages this property has over almost any other, as those disposed lo buy will judge for themselves. The sale will take place in Curdsville. I’erms, one fourth in cash, and the balance in three equal annual payments. The above property will be shewn by the subscriber, to any person wishing to view the same, previous to the day of sale October 22. [48—7t]_EDWARD CURD. AND FOR SALE. - 1 offer tor sale my Plan ation called Cloverland, lying in the county ol Prince William, 35 miles distant from Alexaudi ia and Washington. It contains PiOOacies, has on it a large Dwelling House Barn and other improvements, and an excellent Mill 8jt,. on which a Saw Mill is erec ed. The land has been well’ tilled, and lor several years past improved by the use ol clover ami plaster; the effects ol which are no where more visible, or more fully proven: It is divided into helds ol an equal ami convenient sizu, ami under the best enclosutes. This Plantation is justly considered an ong the best in the upper country; i s situation is healthful and beautiful. As purchasers will view the premises before making an offer, further particulars are deemed unnecessary. If de sired, immediate possession may be given. Letters ad dressed to me (post paid) may he directed to this place. CHARLES SHIRLEY CARPER. N. B In my absence, Mr. Edmund Newman, Agent, will attend to gentlemen wishing to view the premises. Richmond City,Oct. 10th, 1833. 48-tl] C. S. C. 1<£W£ O ACRES of valuable Wood Land for 1} sale.—Pursuant to the last Will and testament ol Maj. Charles Williamson, dec’ll, and in or der to effect a division with the Legatees ol said Will, I shall ofler at Public Auction, at the Red House, in the county of Charlotte, on Thursday, 21st of November next, it fair, if not, the next fair day, (Sunday excepted), that valuable tract ol If 'uod Land, situaled in the Counties of Campbell and Charlotte, containing by recent survey, 700 Acres, more or less, adjoining the Lands of William’An derson, Henry Wheeler, Allen W. Fleshtnan, Maitin Hancock and others. Also, at the same time and place, one other Traci of W ood Land, equally valuable; lying in the aforesaid coun ties, and nearly contiguous to the other, rontaining by re cent survey, Acres, more or less, adjoining the Lands of Win. and Richard Paulett, Petty’s estate, and others. I he whole of these Lauds, as above slated, are in their original growth, lying upon the waters of Cub rrcek, and only 27 miles Irom Lynchburg. They arc valuable, and well adapted to the various cultures of that section of country. It is unnecessary to enter into a description ot them—their appearance, fertility of soil, and many ad vantages, because those who may want to purchase will view lor themselves. Reference is given lo Messrs. Martin Hancock and Sam’l F. Moses, residing near the premises, by whom they will he shewn. Terms, one, two, and three years credit, the purchaser giving bond, with approved security, and a deed ol trust on the Lands. I lie title is believed lo be unexceptionable; but acting as Administrator, with the Will annexed, I shall ; onley convey such title as I am authorized by said will EDWARD WORSHAM, Jldm'r. Of Charles Williamson, Sen'r, dee'd. Amelia County, Sept. 19. 45_|,|s OCT The Lynchburg Virginian will plcn-e puli i«h the aliovo until ho ilny of salo, anil •mil their account to ilua otfico Tor collodion CJALE OF NEGROES, STOCK, &c —fh'e subscrl her will ofler lor sale, lo the highest bidder, on Fri day the 8th day of November next, at the plantation of the j late John Harris, dercascd,in the county of Buckingham, palled Snowden, opposite Scnttsville, in the county of Al bemarle, about twenty likely Negroes, all the horses, rattle, and stock of every kind, the crop ot corn amount 1 tug t° three or four hundred bands, a large erop of tobac co in the house, fodder, file. &c., the plantation utensils, 8tc., as well as every thing else appertaining to a large estate. Terms. Nine months credit for all sum* over ten dol lar-; lor that stun and under, cash. Bond and Approved security, of rourse, required. Should the day lie unlair, so that the sale rannot go on, then it.will lie made the next •air day. JOHN H. COLEMAN, Ex’or. of John Harris, dee’d. Albemarle,Sept. 20 41_t,|. ('IHAHLES ELLIS, lias just received Ills fall supply y ot goods, per the Superior, and other ships from Eu rope, and offers for sale, blankets, napped cottons, white, blue, mixed, and drahbed milled plains, Welch, gsuse, and other flannels, worsted stuff*, printed and plain me rinos, raiuhlels and plaids, Flushing, winter vesting hosiery, extra superfine English cloths of all colours ami price*, men’s fashionable London bats, family liisli linen, best buck gloves, leather gaiters, ready made great mats shoe and coloured thread, seine twine, prints, cambrics Swiss and other muslins, Italian silks, warranted be*' quality; ladies hoskin gloves, best carpeting, he he. Domestic Loons. —Richmond company cotton oxna burgs, 4 4 and 3-4 shirting, bleached and brow sheeting and shirting, with a large assortment of dark mixed sati nets, suitable tor servants and lohaeco factory hands. Cutlery and Hardware, a good assortment of each, will guns, spades, ox and plough chains, sheet iron—Also i choice lot ol prime saddlery. [41—tf] September 27 I A M) AM) NEGROES FOR SALE— Will be. x J posed to public sale, on Monday the 16th of Decern her next, at the residence of the late Leonard Henderson near William-boro’, Granville county, North Carolina, fhi Tract of Land, whereon he resided, containing abou 700 aerrn, together with 35 or 40 Nkwroe*, between 25( and 300 barrels of corn, wheat, oats, (odder, and the storl of all kinds, household and kitchen furniture, plantatioi utensils, fie. hr. The above Trart of Land is of fine qua lity, in a high state of improvement, (extensive manurei Lot*,) well watered, and adapted to the cultivation of To hacco and Grain. The Improvements consist of a larg> commodious Dwelling floune. Various offices, and ever’ necessary out-house, and good tobacco barns—situated oni tnilc west of Wilhain*borough, in one of the most health' and refined neighhnihoods in the State, and affording eve ry convenience for the education ot children. The Nc gro»s consist of mm, women and children, young and like ly, and among them a first rate boot and shoemaker, and carriage driver. The valuable Law Lihrnrt/ ol the dec’ I will be sold at the same time. , . . «*•!*- HENDERSON, Jr., F.x’or. October 1. 42—td« rMRKR HILL RACES will commence this fall, at lb W regular fixed period, to wit, on the first Wtditesda in November. First Da v—A sweepstake, two miles and repeat, fr three year ol I colts and fillies. Srcoixn Dat— Proprietor’s Purse, $300, fifteen ,|0 I tars entrance. Tmnn Dat—Jockey Club P’ir«c, $1000, twenty do j lars entrance. Sept 20. 39—td PUBLIC AUCTION.—By virtue of a deed of truat, excelled to the late William Daiuhidge and the sub scriber, by Randolph Rom of the County of White, in the State of Tennessee, on the 12th day ol August, 1820; und recorded in (he Hlisting’s Court, lor the City of Richmond, on the 20th day of June, 1821; and ordered to be certified, which said deed of trust was registered in the Register’* (mice, in W bite County, state of Tennes-ec, on iho 8'It day ol August, 1821, and wasaLo registered in the Rcgi— ter * Office, in Warren County, State ol Tennessee,on the Jib day ol August, 1821, lor the purpose ol securing the payment ol sundry sums of money, mentioned in the said deed: Mill b« sold by Public Auction, to the highest bidder, ; lor ready money, at the front door of the Eagle Hotel, iu the City of Richmond, on \\ ednesduy, the Ctli day ol No . vemher next at 12 o’clock, il lair,otherwise on the first fair day thereafter, the following properly to wit: A certain i piece or parcel ol land in the county of Warren, Stale ot Tennessee, containing 97 acres, including (he Arch Cave. Sundry other pieces or parcel* ot land, purchased t.y the said Randolph Rosa or Elijah Saunders. George Sam,deis, i Jacob Deake, Beverly Harp, John Officer, William Eaves, ! Alexander McMurray, Charles and William Gressum, Thomas Raj’ and Elijah Deake, ami sundrj’ pieces or parcels of land in the said County and State, gi anted by the said State, to the said Randolph Ross, supposed to rontaiu about twelve hundred acres. i A'*0, * fertaio piece or parcel of land in the county of " ^tl*, to the said State ol Tennessee, containing one hundred and fifteen acres, including flits Big-Bone cave, and sundry oilier pieces or parcels ol Und in the said roun tv and State, purchased by the said Randolph Ross, of An. thony Debruce, John McLemore, Geo. Saunders, Elijah Saunders, Elihu Saunders, Jacob Drake, Isaac Diake and John Wilson—and sundry nieces or parcel* of land in the county and State, granted by the sai.l Slate, to tho said Randolph Ross, supposed to contain about eleven hundred acres—Also, one-third part of a certain tract or parcel of land in the said county ol Warren, state of Tennessee, which the said Randolph Ross, bolds jointly with Elijah Drake and Daniel Pain, containing three thousand acre* in cluding the Sail Wells on Rocky River—also, 15 negroes, whose names are “not now recollected,” nine of nhich were in the possession of Reuben Ross, and six in the ! possession of William Ross, Jr.; also all the stock in trade ! at two stores belonging to the said Randolph Ross, in Ten- > ncssee, one of which is kept at Sparta, the other at Arch ! Cave; the first case of which stock amounted to $8000 I And also the merchandise in the hands ol Reuben Ro*s ol I Lexington in Viiginia, belonging to (tic said Rom. valued 1 at $10,000. W. NEKKRVIS, Sept. 10. _ [38—;ds] Surviving Trustee. WOOD La WN— Voluable landJor sate—The sub scriber oilers for sale his plantati ut in the county ol Goochland, known by the name above; 22 miles above Richmond, on the three-chopped road. It) miles above the Short Pump, and 68 miles below Charlottesville. The tract contains 607 acres, the improvements are, a splendid brick house two stories high, (our rooms on first story, se ven on second, and all the necessary out-houses, together with a blacksmith shop, and an excellent ice-house? This place is remarkable for health, the subscriber having re sided here going on (wo years, with a family of twenty persons, without employing a physician in a single in stance. Having purchased this property very low, I am disposed (o sell it at a reasonable price, lor the purpose ol gratifying my family, all of whom were born and raised in Richmond, and it appears impossible lor them lobe recon ciled with a country residence. There are many advan tages attending this property, the soil is certainly well adapted to the culture of wheat,corn, oats and clover, and theis is a market at the door for all the corn, oats, hay and loJder made on the plantation. There is a never-failing creek running through the farm, about two miles in length, upon both sides of which is rich and valuable meadow land, and upon which stands a good grist mill, thoroughly ; repaired during the last summer, at a cost of 800 dollars. There will be sown 100 bushels wheat on good laud. Those disposed to purchase will of course view the premises, which will at any time be shown by the sub scriber. Should this properly not be disposed of privately, j between this and the 15th January next, it will then be i offered to the highest bidder publicly, together with eight I or nine negroes, most of them young and and valuable; al so, the corn, fodder and oafs, slock ol hogs, sheep anil five or six prime milch cows and two yoke prime young oxen, also, all the plantation utensils ami one new roail wagon and carts, &.e. Sic. W. BRACKETT, j °c<- 25- 49 3t REMOVAL.—The subscriber has removed to one ol the new tenements near the. Muk.-t House, on E or Main street, and has received his tall supply of Hoots, , Shoes and Leather, of every kind in his business, Irorn i the cities of Philadelphia, New Yoik and Boston, and j all selected by himself, which enables him to assure the . public, that his stork is surpassed by none in the city for I neatness and durability. He intends manufacturing in all ; its various blanches, both lor ladies and gentlemen. He has eight journeymen direct from Philadelphia, at work upon such as satin, silk, prunella, and kid, and will make to order, at short notice, such as may be desired, and will be sold as cheap as can be afforded in the Northern cities._ j Gentlemen’s work as heretofore, of the best materials and workmanship. All work made or sold by the subscriber, warranted. Leather ol all kinds, sold in any quantity, to suit purchasers, by the bale, side, or otherwise. Leather cut to any pattern or size. Findings for shoe-makers of every description. He is determined to sell as cheap as can be purchased in the city, goods of a like quantity, either wholesale or retail. Country merchants are rp'pertfully invited to call and examine his slock before they purchase. He has made arrangements with the Northern manufacturers, ami will receive constantly, such stock as he may order, and will “uit this market. He returns thanks to his customers and a generous public, lor the liberal encouragement they have bestowed upon him. and pledges himself, that it strict attention w ill merit business, he will at all times he in his place. Orders thankfully received and strictly at tended to. PHILIP K. WHITE. October 8. 44_n rWIHE Members of the Virginia Bar and the profession generally, are respectfully informed, that the con tinuation of Call’s Reports, announced in July last, will probably he prepared fir delivery on or belore ilie 2.1 day of December next—and that in order to secure copies at the lowest priee.it will be necessary to leave their names with the publisher on or belore that day. Decisions ol the First Court of Appeals, from its eoin tnenremrnt lo its dissolution in 1789 ; the unrepurtnl Ca ses in the New Court of Appeals lo the death of Judge Pendleton In Oct 1803; with some Cases in the Oencral Court, Court of Admiralty, and Fedeial Court, and the ( ascs in the Court ol Appeals from the dealh of Judge Pendleton to the first volume of Ifcuing and Munfoitl’i Reports; in three volumes, by Daniel Call. These vo lumes will complete the series of Virginia Reports, from the Revolution to the present time. The. work will be n-a'ly and arcurately printed in tlir same style as Randolph’s and Leigh’s Reports, ami boom! in call to match the three volumes of Call’s Reports, edit ed by Joseph Tate, Esq., with a full table of contents, o ea=cs reported, and ol cases riled, and will be preceded by Biographical Sketches of the very eminent Judges wliosr l-ngelv contributed tothe foundation and superstructureo our Judicial system. R. I. SMITH. October 22. 49—tf C101,. JOHN H CHRISTIAN ot New Kent county / lias removed to Richmond, for the convenience n educating bis children, and has taken ths room* over tin •tore ol Messrs. Oianniss, Son ft Brothers, being the cor ner on Main street and the street leading to Mayo*! Bridge — wlsere Mrs. Christian will be prepared lo enter I lain llnnrilrm by the day, week or year. October 22. 4g_w3w* A FEMALE TEACHER wanted A l.idy wh qualified to learh all the branches of a polite lemalt English Education, together with music on the Plant Forte, ami who can exhibit satisfactory testimonial* ol , sueh qualification*, may find employment In a private fa | "'By, and lair wages, in a very healthy situation, by ad dressing a le'ter (postage paid) to W. C., Ei >erty. Bedlor.l vo , Va., stating terms, hr. October 4 43—urtf E. — A Petition will be presented lo the Eegis ^ » latur* of \ iiginia, at their next .Session, praying ai act lo incorporte *• I he Anglo Virginian Mining Associa lion,” now operating ill Ihe county of Fauoui.-r. 48— w 2 .v j^JOTICE.—A Petition will lie presented tothe Eegis 1™ lature of Virgin! i, to open an Inspection of ToSarr ! in a Warehouse, on fha property of NatbanlelE., Samur W.,*t Abraham W Venable, at ihe Town of Clarksville I ami county of Merklcnburg. [Oct. 22 J 48 wflw ' 1 OOn »acka(;ks fresh fall dry ■M. Ji. (.DODS.—Tlie subscriber* have now in s ore, received hy the ship Superior aud brig Havre al Cily X oinl, (lie JuImii at iNoilolk, iikI South American at New York, all Irom Liverpool, and the picket* Irom H*l ..’*•’• Philadelphia and New Yoik, upwards of 1200 /xickuffrt fifth goods, which are ollered to rity and coun try merchant*, by the pirkage or piece, with the assurance that we are hilly prepared to redeem every promise made in our late C iicular addressed to the merchants of Virgi nia, end ive will add dial this sea-on we can and will under sell nil the Northern market*, in all cases where like quantities am wanted, and equally iavumhle terms as to payment are offered. v'Our slock consist* principally of the following articles, viz: 25 bales Wilson’s napt cotton, Irom No. 1 to 3 •12 do. point, dufliel, rose and whilney blanket* 34 do. British and American kerseys, plains, limeys, and extra stout Arnry cloths 3- do. flannels, a good assortment of colour* alld quali ties 1 2 do. green hocking baizes 9 do. petershams, flushings, lion skins, file. 20 cases sattinets,a choice assortment 37 cases and bales broad cloth*, comprehending almost • very colour and quality 8 cases casHiucres, comprehending the newest style# 21 eases and bale* of printed merinocs ami Circassians, plain black afid colored merinocs, bombazetfs, tartan plaids, camblets, Sic. 2 do. English and French bombazines 1 do. French 6-4 merino cloths 4 hales stout red woollen paddings 9 package* whiter vestings, say lollnetv, Valencia*, file. ; 5 do. plain silk and plain and figured silk velvet do. 3 do. inarsvilles do. file. Sir. &ic. 106 ease* American and British prints, the best assort ment we have vver ofleied 21 do. 4-4, 5 4 aud 6 4 cambrics, jaconets, cheek mus lins, fir. 19 packages plain anil figured Swiss, hook, mull and figured jaconet muslin* 23 cases India aud English silk and eotton bandanna lidkis. 17 do. and boxes hosiery, gloves, file, a large supply 6 do. sewing silk, twist, fie. file. 8 hale* Marshall’s patent sewing thread, No. 16 to 30 7 do. Onel’s cotton ball*, wire thread, &c. 23 do. hii I cases, 2300 doz. spool cotton, best quality 5 do. linen and cotton tapes and bobbin* 11 cases common and gilt pack and mixed pins and nee dle* 21 packages combs and buttons, a large supply of both 7 eases silk and cotton umbrellas and parasol* 9 boxes gentlemen’s stocks, shirt collars, bosoms, file. 6 cases net, cotton and worsted, silk web and gum elas tic suspenders 6 cases hangup cords, tabby velvets and heaverteens 2 do. lamb’s wool and worsted shiitsand drawers 26 packages, containing Italian lustrings, gro de naps, pongees, Shally’s Canton am] Mandarin rrapes, llo rences, satins, &c. &c. a superior assortment 4 do. containing 63 boxes black and col’d Italian crapsa 7 do. do. 144 boxes ribbons, almost every kind 17 boxes do. 96 doz. 4-4, 6-4 and 6-4 Prussiau shawls, and 7-8, 4-4 to 8-4 Berlin shawls, scarf*, &c. file. 15 boxes conlaining 667 4-4, 5-4 and 6-4 real Thibet shawls, and 27 boxes, 128 doz. fancy silk anil worsted hdkfs. J 17 packages lace goods, a large assortment 24 cases und hales Irish linens, lawns, diapers, damasks, I Scotch, Irish and Finnish sheetings, Imitation and real j Russia sheetings, Sic. 15 hales British oznuhurgs, ticklenburgs, buckram and sail duck, padding, he. ftte. 21 cases and bales 3 4,7-8, 4 4,5 4 and 6 4 plaid domes tics, apron and furniture checks, Sic. &c. 15 do. red, yellow, green and white Canton flannels 11 do. coloured and embossed cambrics 42 do. bed tickings, brn. and bleached drillings, Sic. 41 do. stout cotton oznaburgs, mainly Cunningham and Anderson’s 202 bales 28, 30 and 32 inch brown sheetings 38 do. line 7 8 and 4 4 Dover, Waltham and New market do. 119 do. 4-4,6-4 and 6-4 brown sheetings 51 do. 3-4, 7-8, 4 4 and 5 4 bleached sheetings and shirtings 12 do. Rouen Cassiineres,stiipes, mixtuies, bonnet wire, fcic. and many smaller articles, which we. cannot stop to mention. _Sep^. 24. [40-121] F. & J. S. JAMES Si CO. THE Subsriiber lias just received, a supply ol Iresh Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, London Mustard, I Window Glass, hr., comprising a general aasoitment. Among the Medicines are the following : Quinine, (tested) Ergot, Croton Oil, Strychnine, Prussic Acid j Extract of Dandelion, “ Saffron, “ Cieufa, •* Belladona, “ Hyosciainus, “ Gentian, •• SarsapariUt, Poppy Leaves, Black ox yd of Mercury, Caragren, or Irish moss, Powdered slippery elm bark, Fluid and solid Balsam of Cop.%iva, kc. fir. Oct. M. [48—8] JAMES BLAIR. dh REWARD.— Hanaway Irom John Randolph, yjr " on the tith day of April, 1833, a Negro Wo man, bis wit.-, named EVELINA, wiih lier two children, Louisa and Mary, w ho were hired to him by (ho subscri i her until Chiislinas next. A reward ol Otl dollars will be j given lor the delivery ol the said negro woman to Robert Bolling, or to John Randolph in Petersburg, and ten dol lars lor the delivery of each of the said Children, or the same reward lor the said Negroes, if apprehended and se cured in any jiil, so that they are obtained by the suhseii ber. Evelina is about 25 years of age, near five feet high ol a brown complexion, with lull eyes; the children are both females—Louisa, the eldest, is very much like Ih-i mother, about 4 years old, and Alary about 2 years old._It is suspected that they have taken passage in one ol the steam boats, and are making their escape to some of the Northern ports Masters of vessels, and all others, are forewarned again«t receiving nr harboring the said wo | wan, or her children, under the severest penalties of the law. HOBEI1T BOLLING, For Mis* Marianna Bolling. | Petersburg, October 22. 48—12t Durham cattle for sale.—The *ut.«mi>,'r having purchased ol the lain Richard K. Mead ol Frederick county, a lull-blooded Durham hull of fine me and lorm, ha* now lor rale aevcral of hi* calve*, both male and lemale, out of the be*t *tock ol long horned cow* ever imported into thi* country, made up ol the *e veral cro**r* ol Miller’*, Patton’*, Clay’* and Smith’* im portation. lie would alao »ell five or *ix Aral rato milch cow* ol thi**t»rk, all now with calf by the Durham hull; gentlemen wishing to improve their *toek ol cattle would do well to make early application (personally or by Icier), to the subscriber, re*iding near (•ranville, Augii'ta coun ty, Va. All communication* *hall he promptly attended to- WM. M. TATE. September n. as—wo*, I PROPOSE having * School the ensuing year, at my re*ideuce,in the lower end of l<oui‘a, and ahntit eight i mib-a north ot Ooochlaud Court llotiae, taugtit by my *on, W alter C. Shelton, lie lately graduated at Hampden Syd ney College, and i* recommended by the faculty of (hat inatitullf u, to the patronage of parent* and guardian*, •' a* ’ an ln*frtictor of youth in all those hranche* usually pur i atiod in academic* and cla»*ical reboot*.” Hi-* price for the lower branrhc* of English, will be £15, and for the higher branches and Latin and Creek, .*20. 1 will take a lew boarder* at lor flip rehcdastle year of 10 monlb*. WM. SHELTON, (Minor ) October 22. 4g_W4*> Leather* r«THF. *tth*rriber* have on hamt and for »ale, a very .B exienrlve a*«ortmenl ot leather strltable for Shoe and Bootmakers, Saddler*, llarl»a*«-in*kera and Farmer*, ■ which they will *ell low. JOHN POE k CO. OAK BARK. I N. B.—Ca*h will be given for Oak Bark: tlrose who hava . it, will do well to *end it In, a* soon a* po*«ible. | October II. [48— <MJ J. P. k Co. _FOREiewr. . New York, October ‘22 Latc from Europe.—The north easterly storm of Hi* last three days, has brought very many homeward bottl'd vessels in'o port. Among these are, the parket ship Yoik, Nye, Irom l.ondon, tvi'h papers to Jlili Sep temher; the Liverpool packet North America, Mary, wi h London papers to 16 li September; the Havre park et Havre, Stodaid, with P«ii* papers to 9ih Septemlicr ; and the transient inerrli.uit vrs«el* Warsaw, Soule, Irom I) irdeaua, and Mary Jane, M’Kinalry, Irom liochelle, with Patis papers to the 17th September. The news they bring, which relates chiefly to Portu- | ... The voting <i .een Doom Maria had been acknowledged by France and Sweden. She herself, with the wile ol Don Pedto, was in England, and had passed some day* at Wind-or, received and Heated with all I tin- honor* ol royalty. Meson hilt; her capital, Lisbon, had been attacked by llonriiionl, hut w ithout soceess. This at tack was made on tlie iVfi Sept., and there are account* in the Paris papers to the 7th inclusive, which speak of prepa rations by Houruioiit lor a renewed attack —both armies he 'J1* in jir^eii' e. A Sp.»ni«ii courier, however, iroin Ma* drtd far Paris, spread a report on liis route that Lisbon had been again attacked and captured by Hourmont on the 7th. t I his report, however, unless there lie error in the date, I must be erroneous. We shall not, nevertheless, be surpriz- j ed fo bear by the next short arrival, that the capital ha* again fallen into the hand.* of the Migtiellfe forces, which are undoubtedly numerically stronger than those of the j (juren. Lisbon is entirely open on the land side, ami t though temporary wotks may have been thrown up by ’ ilia Flor, they would hardly resist a determined attack led by a skilful ami now desperate soldier like Honrmont. ' The meeting ol the Sovereigns of Kusaia, Prussia and | Austfi*. give* rise to abundant comm nt in both the Kng h «“» * r««ch paper-. The London Spectator seem* o ; htnk it not improbable that-inspired by the success he lias so recently met within Poland and Turkey, and act-1 lug under the conviction that the two antagonist prtnei- | p'es ol popular liberty and despotic role are now strug- j glmg f ir the ascendancy in Europe and tlio' these therefore who, as Frederick says, are “sovereigns by protes*ion,” must vindicate at all hazards their privileges_the Einpe- , ror of Kussia may be seeking to put down in France, as j the focus ol all Europe s troubles, the government sprung 1 Irom the revolution of the three da>». In this sense the I recognition by Sweden of Donna V«ria is looked upon a* an indication that in such a contest K-rnadoti* and his peo ple will be on thosideol Frailrb and England: these three, tf firmly united, are more than a match lor all Europe be sides. I be royal family of France had returned from Cher botng -o Paris. I ho United Slates ship Delawarn (cached j the lot mer place on the very day named by Fapt. Haliard, in a letter written some days before at sea, ami published i i the Ulobe < f Saturday, The market for Cotton, it will be seen, bad undergone * depression, caused apparently more by the want of re- ! action, on this side, of the high prices ol June an.1 July, j than by any falling of! of real demand, or new information respecting anticipated supplies. Mrs. Hannah Moore died on 'he 7th, at her residence ill W indsor Terrace, Chiton in the 86 h year of her age. Few persons have enjoyed a higher degree of public es teem and veneration Ilian this excellent und distinguish ed larfv " London, Sept. 13.—The young Queen of Portugal has receiv< d another recognition of her right—Irom the Court ot Sweden. The Marqui* ot Ktinrhal received on the 8th inat. an official couninicstion trotn Count Ajorat jerna.authoiizing him to announce to the young Queen and to the Duchess < I Braganz-, that the King ot Sweden li a master, had appointed the Clinva iei dc Kan z >u as Cliatge d’Affaiie- ot Sweden and Norway to the Coutt of Lisbon, and that he had order* to proceed there immediately. Windsor, Sept. 11.—The reception of her Majesty ; the Queen of Portugal, and her illustrious relative the Duchess of Braganza, on their arrival last evening at the Castle, was, as I have already stated, ol the most cordial description; such, indeed, as might have been expected bom our warm hearted and excellent Monarch. The King anti Queen received their distinguished guests on the landing ol the great staircase, and his Msjesty ottering one arm to the Qif.cn ol Portugal and the other to the I Duchess, esrorletl them into the saloon, where they were 1 congratulated hy their Majesties and the Court on their' arrival at Windsor The visitors were then conducted to •heir apartments to dress tor dinner. The suite ot rooms '• prepared lor them are lho«e immediately adjoining the 1 I apartmen's occupied hy the Queen liersell. Oil dinner he ing announced, the King, with the Queen ot Portugal ! leaning on his arm, led the way into the magnificent room, ; St. (•eorgr'a Ilall; the Q men followed conducting the Duche-s of Braganza; and the distinguished party which had been invited lor the occasion, sat down to a most splen did banquet. The Queen ami the Duchess were placed immediately next to the King and Queen. On tl*e remo val of tlie cloth, Sir T. Freentanlle,by his Majesty’s com mand, proposed the health of the Queen or Portugal; and Queen Adelaide, through the same medium, gave the | health ol the Ductless. The Queen ol Portugal and the Duchess proposed in return, also through Sir T. Freeman , tls. the healths of the King and Queen of England. I Windsor, Sept. 13 —The Queen of Portugal and the j Dnrhes* ol Braganza leave the castle to-morrow morning. at 10 o’clock, lor Portsmouth. It was supposed that their , visit would have been extended beyond Monday, but their anxiety to join Don Pedro at Lisbon has hastened their j departure. It would he impossible to describe the delight J and gratification which they express at the cordial hospi tality, and the delicate and kind attentions which they have experienced Irom their illustrious host and his amia hie consort, during their slay at Windsor Castle. The peiiodnt their sailing Irom Portsmouth had been original ly fixed for Monday next, hut I iiiidcistand it is not rer t >iu, nor indeed probable, that they will embark on that 'day, as they have appointed Monday afternoon lor the re ception ol the addresses voted to them at the meeting of tin- Portuguese resident in Loudon. These address es will be present' d at the residence ol Admiral William*, w here the Queen and the Duchess w ill he entertained till they leave England London, Sept 15 — Smuggling through thr Preneh Embatey.— A seizure of considerable importance was made no Monday last at the custom-house, Dover, con sisting o) silks, blonde lace, veils and ribbands, of the es timated value of £1.600, under llie lollowing rtreuni stances: — A person,described in bis pa>«pm-| as “l.e He ron Franebesehi, se rendent en Courier a Londres,” landed from tbe Crusader, (.'aids packer, and, on his carriage being brought in (lie custom-house, in the usual way lor i examination, there were found in it 26 paper pick ages sealed with the seal ol the French Foreign Office, snd di | rected to Prince Talleyrand, in fmndou. The examining officer, suspecting the packages not to contain despatches, declined to pass them, and tbe collector of the customs being appealed to, detained the whole with the Hsron’s cirriage. In addition to the 26 packages, there were found a large leather bag lull ol parkage* of ihesaine de scription, and a portmanteau, which being locked, wa« sent under seal of office to the King’s warehouse; and the whole transaction was communicated to the Hoard of On*. I toms in London, who, It is believed, lost no fiino in bring I mg Ibe ssme under the notice of Prince Talleyrand, in order to afford Ids Excellency the earliest opportunity ol repudiation of all connection with so disgraceful *n affair. At tbe Oourt at 8f. .fames, Ibe 17ih day of September, 1*33; present, the King’s most excellent Majesty in | Council. Ills Majesty in Council was this day pleased to declare Richard Marquis Wellesley, Knight ol the Most Nobfc Order of the (sartor, LietltenanMseneral and Oeneral do vernor of that part of the United Kingdom called Ireland. Eit rripont,, Sept. 16. — The picket qbip Virginian, (’apt. Harris, which arrived on Wednesday, in 17 days I from New York, made the run from land lo land in II — So pleasant was llir weather, that her royals were never once taken in during the passage. The number of vessels which arrived at this port, from If ednrsday to Sunday, amounted to 66 Irom foreign ports, snd 13d coa«lwiso ami Irom Ireland, making 276 in five day*. On Wednesday alone 101 vessels arrived, namely, 45 Irom lorcign ports snd 5fl coastwise. IP ELAN f). The Nrw Lord Lieutenant. The Marqnl* Welleslej is » xpr-cted in Dublin on die 26 h in«t*n», with full p rwen to resume 'he reins of Vice-Regal f foverrunent Retirement of the Lord Lieutenant.- -Thr Mvraranii of Anglesra reached Dublin on I tiasday, having made (h< journey f rr the expre** purpose of receiving the new I on l.ieutrnanf and personsllv resigning mm hi* hand* fhi govermnen’ of hi* land* This act ol eour'esy completed the N drle Marquis ps*sc* to Naples and win'er# at Home his r.nyslelsns having declared that a change ol atr Is *b | solutely necessary (or the preservation ol hi* health. Pari*. Sept 15.—The United State. .Idp Delaware, of 80 gnus, which sailed from New Yo.k on ihe llili ult., artiveil at Cherbourg on the evening ol the 12«h insl. This ship lias on board Mr. Livingston, Envoy ol the United Slates to the French Government. Yesterday the King, Queen, and Madame Adelaide, arrived at the Tuilleriea at three <|Haiter» past one o’clock. The Austrian Charge d’Atfaire* at Paris said yesterday to the King that he wa* instructed to disavow, in the name ol his Court, ihe part which the Austrian A tnhassador at London, or ra’her Charge d'Aflaires, appeared to have ta ken respecting a certain intei volition in the affairs of Por tugal, in lavor of Don Miguel. M. de Itioglie lias-renewed ids offer to resign his place intlie Ministry, hut down lb the present time, it has not h-en accepted, being conridercd inseparable liom that of M. Guizot. 1 lie deputies of Neut.-hatcl were admitted to the Diet of /.oriel, on the lOtli lost. 7 he Diet lias adopted a reao li»n to airest the inovenient ol the Irder I troops on their march to occupy the canton of Neufchatel. Hen Liar, Sept. 8 —The Inflow mg intelligence has beef! received Irorn Schwedt. His Vaje ly the Emperor of Russia will leave this place this evening, lor Frankfort on the Order, and Uoerliiz in Bohemia, where he is to have ati interview with the Emperor vl Auetila, at Munich Oiae'z, near J..ng-Bunz'an. Madrid, Sept 8.—Ihe Supreme Junta of- Health of • lie Kingdom, has been assembled to adopt measures re lative to the Cholera, * hich has broken out at Huelvaa PORTUGAL. Bordeaux, Sept. Is.—The doubts which wo ex pressed on the subject of the reported capture of Lisbon, on the 7th, have been justified by the event, according foour correspondence and even arcording losome Paris Journals. Botirmont attacked Ihe capital ol Portugal on the 5th, and was repulsed with vigor. On the 6th and 7th the nrtnies ware in sight of each other, but did not figh'; and if a new attack was attempted, it could not have been before Ihe 8th. Notwithstanding our w»«h that the cause of Don Pedro may triumph, because we believed it to be that of liberty, we eanuot participate intlie opinion expressed yesterday by another paper in this city, which emphatical ly pronounce that the Miguelites were completely de stroyed. The language of the bulletin issued by the Sentinefft ile Bayonne, and which we have republished, is lar from justifying the belief in a great or deci-ive victory: because ilist bulletin says that Villa Ftor re entered Lisbon im mediately after the engagement. It is not tlius an ex perience.! General proc. eds. Availing himselI of his first success, he would puraun tlm enemy’s batt.dlions, and not return within the walls ol ihe capital, and give them imie to rally ml fight ano'lier battle iti its vicinity. Matters remain tlicu before Lisbon nearly the same as they were, with this difference however, that the check experienced by Beaumont on the 5»h, as wc4l as his non success before Oporto, cannot otherwise than materially discourage the besiegers. \Ve believe then the cause of Douua Maria is on the point ol ti itimpfiing, though every thing is not yet gained; at any rate, the contest cannot last much longer. I he following j< the Matemrnt above referred to: Bordeaux, Sept 10 —The Spanish Courier which passed through Bayonne on the 15 h, am! on w hose autho rity the Consul ol the na ion spread the report of the re capture of Lisbon, has proclaimed the same news on lii» arrival at Bordeaux, with additional details. According to his version, a courier Iroui Badajoz arrived at Madrid on the night ol the 11th, and affirmed that the Portuguese capital wa* attacked and taken hy the Migue lites on the 7th, alter a sanguinary conftirl.in which se veral rorps of Pedroile troops passed over to the enemy. 'Vo think this news wants confirmation. An event so important would render necessary (he sending of a courier from our Ambassador at Madiid to t e French govern tnenl; and we do not hear that any such courier hut been •rut. All the letters announce a decisive engagement between the parties as near at hand. The result remains to be known. i Vei.ves, Sept. 0. —His Majesty Don Miguel, has been at Mafra since the 30'h nit. at the head of 25,000 m<*ft, who orrnpy all the points around the capital in a circle of six leagues. The advance post* are within two leagues of Lisbon. In Alrnlejo, the Algarves Bcira, and other provinces of the kingdom, guerillas in favor of Don Mi guel are increasing daily. Lisbon, Aug. 2t>.—The immense resources which Lis bon possesses are being made available in order to sur i.wind the eapitol with defensive woik« and redoubts, in the same manner that Oporto was fortified. Many thou •aivl men are occupied in the foinislion of lines, noma torts have heel, erected, in w liirli artillery is already plar edr ami so-eaily as 4 o'clock in the morning, rise Duke of Braganz.i is to be seen amongst the workmen, and appear ed to communicate to all employed a portion ol his own natural activity. General Saldanha arrived yesterday from Oporto, and two steamboats, with several other small i vessel*, have hr-nighl down here the 5lli Cacadore, and I5th It,Tan'ry, being about I.OCtt mem of the garrison of j that city; the greater ol the remainder will lollow imme I diately, vessels being chartered for that purpose, as w ell i as to convey the horses of the Lancer* anti oilier c»rv*lrv ATTACK ON LISBON. Paris, Sepf. 15. — Yesterday we received news from Portugal by Krpresn. The troops of Don Miguel, after roronnoitftiing Li*hoii on llie 4ih, made a general attack on the city on the 5th. The>*have been repulsed. The two armies on the 0tli and 7th preserved their respective po-i'inn*. Another battle was expected. The Monileur announce* officially in the following terms the recognition of the Government ol Dbnua Maria? i " ^ h® Government ol the King, in consequence of tho re-establishment of ids political relations with the Govern I inent ol Her Majesty Queen Dbiinw Maria, ha* officially ; recognized the Haupivts as Charge d’Allaiss of Torlngsl at Pari* Some time ago, the Government ot the King had •cut to M dc Lnrde credentials destined to accredit him a* j Charge d’Affaires ol France to the Cabinet ol Lisbon.” SPA IV. iiiaphid, nepr. me sf.re or the King’s health, winch engrossed public a-tention here is decidedly lea* critical. Tne excessive heat ol ihr weaiher had eel In mo [ lion Ihe bad huiuora will) which hi* system ahounda, hut a i change in the tempo, autre haa enabled hie medical at I tendants to dra-w those humors riowuwa-da, ami fix them I in the logs. Hy these means he is unable io w alk; hut all ! danger has been averted, a! least lor the present. Louia i XVIII who was e (flirted with the same disorder, lived a j long time in a like stale. According 'o a lefer from Madrid, the eholera Is not confined lo Huelva, but has broken oul at Seville. The i news Is **rt to have excited much alarm at the Palace. A hoard of health was immediately convoked, sort Ihe King recommended to «;itit Madrid with his family and re j the to Saragossa or Barcelona. Sr P rtf. ns bit boh.—The St. Peteraburgh Journal contains tjic following article, dated the 26tli :_ "Their Majesties the Emperor of Austria and the King of. Prussia had long expressed a wish to have an interview | with his Majesty the Emperor ol Russia. A* hit Imperial Majesty has now found it po<«ih!e tor him to fulfil this wish ol hi* august allies, he Im* hern pleased to leave the empire lor a short time.—His Msjesly goes hy sea to Stettin, and thence to Friedland. He Is accompanied hy Adjutant-General Prince \Volrhnn*ki, Counts Orlofl and Aherhere. and Prinro Italiuskl, and Count Huwarrow Reinninskt. The Vice Chancellor, Count Nesselrode, who will also be present at the interview, lias already proceeded on his journey. Hi* Majesty embarked on the 28'h on board the fschora steamboat.” Private letters from Russia slates that the cholera haa again broken out in Russia, and particularly in the Go vrrument* ol S.iratnl nml Woronesh, and at Orel and oilier ; places in the neighborhood of Moscow. POLAND. I non*. Aug 27—The lata disturbances in vsriott* parts o| Poland have subsided. Such ol (he insurgents s« have nol made their eseapo nrross the frontier, have fallen into the hands of (lie Russians, who, relieved Irom Iheir fears, now give themselves up lo vengeance. More Ilian four llrouaand persons, Ihe greater part of them he binging to the mini distinguished families, gorge the pri sons ol Poland: the mere suspicion of an insurgent hav ing touched the estate of a proprietor, is sufficient for Ihe latter In he treated as a criminal, and iitan^ whose inno cence is lufly established are still detained In confinement; among them are rn»ny old men and even women. Their '1 number increases rtaily, and ihe only diminution it cx ■ periences, i« by those who undergo the rxpital punish ; ' msnt to which they are condemned, xml which ha* hevn Inflicted upon » great many. 1 he most inquisitorial mea sures are re sorted to, in order to extort from the prisoner* ronfrs-dmt* as to their relations with the Inhabitant*, tnd a* I to the mean* by which the insurreetion was excited tnd,up j held. I he Prussian Government vis* in cruelty with th..