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?iVrtn- ol'tht' Richmond Enquirer. ?J- i . ... . t n?;V '? . '.'in twir.< u irrrk during thi -r-y nn ? i. 'luring t'n rr.-t uf t.i, yrar. irims or' sriwRimnx. ;? , |i..!ih- I ?!'">, ami Three I*?>lt:irs fur mix month*, t . t'f *. or remitted ht iiijill, ? ,.v d'H-u- i" i nuiium -it tin i ml of the year. ? . i,i tiii> ott" mat be n-iiitHf?i |irr mail, III join! and ^ :ii ?>?1 :.-K ? ' Itu IMit.u, *? p.mtagt ,<t nil O. |l >r.. Till' INroliL*'* "I II "llisl" I T?-*r ,11 i.n- vi I ' the writer. It i? l}?*? aciuiiril.itnni of :i- it ? hitMii >?<. ninth nj'? r:iU -> .is u -eriou- l:i\ >\ . , .til put f": nils'* ;>ajHT?, ariti'ial!y, -hall have the "ir.-frill hereafter l?' foli-liiorrd ax incurred , .. v., . tin! l"..r a t ear'.* pub!t. at ..ii, nnlt? -pei ialit .. * . ?: i Mm . an.I paid for in ?i<t?.? !"??< (Ii.il ^limlir \ .,..n ....... ? lit in iln orilrr of m<\ nrw .'iiid liih " . i, i;:,|.->? paid for in adianrf, or-ati.-fai toil re : ..Mil !;tiint a and ataa-Mhh |k r?oii mi r< card lit ... ? ? : iii- ii.ix nn ut. I!ut. in ra*i i.f ;;n order f.ir a pub , ,.i.i ot. from a in it ?nib-triber tt !??? i- uiiar t v *.>ii l.ti.ni*. a *iiiuli* iMitii ?* i mat Im -int. coii .miipaait d lit. a cup) uf tlu> regulation. | . ..t -uh-i n'x r* wliit..,' aluliti t<> pat mat It r- irnuvji !?? t'i :>'il'li her, am! it .'in mat n main inil?*l>t* <1 ?>n nt*. n ,, ,, jut .it tli t int hi iw n \. ar.i. t'liiiii tl.i-tiiin nln n the adi aui e.l un a! u i- >i. -hall In ? r.i~? <1 ironi t???? !i-t .'t ?:it*-crit>< i /.' n. ''thi /'r. rut! C?nc: ntuin of I it. Tli.--.' lie- 'I ' i'ii - a'- -..an ? t the i.-ult- of tin- mlli elite ti i ,1.111, an.I t'.. t: -r ;t. m m of thi K<fsl>-rt:al ?"i?ri?-?tl" Virginia, tl. .t tw i-a?mi'led at Kn hnioinl. ott Iii- ITlli Jaiiiniri, 1-.;-. tli t/i?e Ke.-oiitlioti>,itf at- tit leriiiu:. .itnahnle.? I lir mt-roly t.( :ii ? l"i?? t. iniuiiit'Mil.aiiJ nnr ??w n !!I|it? ?t> rt'iiiiirt', an inlirvj ,? i.t!-. r?-iif?' f' thi'lit. S"\?ial uf tin- \inrri'ii!i jin1-*1 " an- ilrix mi '.. ti'it* r.iiili-li I iiiti.ln uf C.I,/| /'uyirirnt^. -\.i t la--' ut iin-ii lia? i.|.>rv .in .ili .-f of lii - I'riihl S;..trm, tlian Hip llilitur> uf ? -. i ,;i;i|?t r?. 'I'lit- arra! ilifl.rulty ciiiimM* iii tin Iraii-itmii fmiii -.-l ia to tin-i-tln r. \ot? itii-t.imli'ij! tin- i;>??lution" of tin T: ti.fi.it i'.iim iilii.ii, lie li.in Iwrn unlmcil |.? ?oiitinm scviril c i -!ili-?rilwrs on tli*" ilook. ivliu arc in arrears lo tti!.? i itlit? '.V- ii.-i-t i Imiisr nut i mir?f. Tin' tiami- of i von ?ii!i>rril)i'r, wlm t fi ''i> prrJii aim'iit. will (in?iti\fl> Im- -tii< Im. ii oil' frnui our roll, ilf u** iiHinii'. ir.'i'iu;'Ml i.t' our io'M Vi-I'iim*. TKK MS UK \|i\ KKTISIXR. "Rijoirnt, Tliat it l> ? ri i .'ium.'ii.l'i| to tin Kilitors of .Ww?;in pr:- :;ir,? t tlu ('..iin.iiltli. to |>ul*li-tt at tin li.nl..."'tin ir . i;'. rs t'li tr rit. s f .: ; lv.'.ti?itit!, au.'l that tl|. \ ?tintl> a lln r< t.< ?a;tu-. a: tl t:ia! th n- iiriri-s In' aliv.i. < <a. |i, a- to ii;vr a t.nr i :n,i: ti-ati.ui for the lahor iitTloriiii'il." Hrsolut, m . t th' Eilihiriiil ? ii!n?l. One ?tjtrur of sixtrfn tun s, r I ?, tir-i in.- rtuui, T."> r. iit... for Mcii fnntiiMUiiri', 51 c-.-jit-. Orilrrs l'ni:u a ilisfinci' unist hi* ait'oiujiatiii il with tin' ailvatnr pnv, or s- iti-fi't ni r>-f relict -, t.i insuri- ??xrrulioii. To thosr wh.v.c nlv. it:?iii? :iri) auioiini to S|ni|?'r annual, a (Ii?cotiut ill t>e ma I ? >f 0 ? j' r . ? ut.: an.I to > i ?. of !il p.'r rent. JKr \il oh.tu :-if,- ali i .V -riit/<?' from tin i ouutr>. wli. m i ' I', i'litv'? ha.iilw ntiat: nnii at ilii-i, iiiu-t In autiirii ticati'J hi thf t'lulurviiioii of tin- i'o?tuia?t t in tht iioiulihorlimHl, pr t.'U'V will its :: . ra?i' he |>:iMi-ln il. Iln ri in. :i.?iirr, that lsa? hPt'ii f ikt'ii in |ircv. nt iiiijmi?itioii* ami <|iii/./r<, tia> pro*. "I ht ri to fore unav ulinr?U'e munt, liirn fori. in*Kt in ?uvli a caxv upon " ? Co iriiiinu ati .n I?i-ii?? i-rrlni.-iJ hi tin' name of tin Pi.-tm.i?t? r. V' LiJK' i IUIII \fl.?The - :i !>? > r if*i r* nit' loll lie to i onl amr tlnir "?! <>f ii.rm; out m'srot'*. it on hi inform llir'r frivmU r. ' t!i- piihlii. tli il thf i i\ ill lie it im- . on tin hiM ti.u of Jamiail \t, to ? i t ?? l!i-m 'ii th it Iiio . It i. i| >irahli'tl: :t ljuNt' intt'inl ? .t ?. ; ::s ti il!- 'tji-ir '??!-i,i"r< tv.ttihl do ?n is i?irlv a.-t |io-^i i -. i*:v.liB .1 fi." ripti ill ol tli- I- _?'?>!?-. thru ivt in it lin'ti -u:t ihli i ? . iti. an f::.r;a. \\'t uo'lhl a!<o r<*miiul th.?t t. i-liiin;l<> hire, t t twin I it' to tlirir ill! r.-?t t.tappl.t ' Mill ,.i- it .? Iiav alr< 'i ii ! a . ' - ?: ihh :i::i!ih r pla.'fil ill our ham! ! r hire, itiir rtiarir. r ti nisi < ut i.- t v.- p; r- t nt. IVc alt'ml to tin-i;i ;ri?'s tlir.iuth fx i car iii case ti >i.!n--, ami tflh-tt tluhirc uithoiit farther' charje. i:<iHK!."r III I.I. & Co., iloor fr in Oi l '-'ark t. Main Strrrt. | Richmond. Pre. 7. 1n1(I *;?>?t-jftjiin ISKW Mili. I? W \\\ \V from tin -nh.i ri'. r mi lilt* Till Iii-t., Il -in III II \ \ I* IF.!: h" r ?: ? irk i'.Ii tiholy, ahoul i'.i it-nrt of net*, il.uk ' C..1 ? t ..a, Ii.i-.i. ...i.r. an I I;;;-.1 Iinil. or it ait tiu tin- ?i,lr ofon '. .. iv..rt ? a it it.: Html hat. -tript .1 < .i>>iu. t |iaut il,Hi:i< : ???-!-f n tr ; : ll..: in ?-fi t to i i i iioii. atnl inn i I itool, I ; .k a :>r..ha' l !o it ill hi- lurkim; ahoul l.'a iiiiioii.l or Kifilt r ,.?? i- In ii.- .i.<|iiTiir.im*i - in h..ti; plai.?. lie ivorkeil on I tdfjaui'- Bitx Canal ??-ir Kit'hiuoml, in iSVi. lun| m tin* 2' i ???? t ? .'it p-r*tw ? ho ? il' tit liter him to m-. hi iotlc 1...ii .a jut -oth.it i l'?t him azain. \.mi\ roi.K.M.vx. I .'ii. . J.iri. I*Si*. !l I? ? \ til' ('? i I'AUTM'.ilS"!!'. - "1 In Corpirtii-r if . ? ' . . .l a I.t t.'..- -oh- ' iht inn! r tin- tirm . |i : . t ?; i; .n.tt. v. i- ih.-t lii il on thv ','itli 11, toll r I;u4 lit . i til . ? ?!- haviiii! i la nn- ;;;mih I Hit t'oiu'i-ro ; ?<li i' - t lai'lil lo tiDi r ?.f ii- I.r ?ctllfiiii ut. anil '-1 ? i:: -r!i it ill p! i-i i til an.I i'.ti oil tin i rt . ai .. Vt'll.i.l \ M ti. It \ii.\KV. t; uair/rr. JJtlii iry id. !M\ " . m- .. ? ? ? t-? T.-irrli-nfil tho t'li'iri- int: rt ?! of Mr. \lex. -i, r ,. . .. Miot Panin i A. H urt it. anf! inlfiitlilij to . 'i.,. i ? i. i ii..-iof? at tile old vttliil. In will k i p a \> .. i . * .1 ;*-i.ri .. ' ut' faitlllt llroi. rit -. and !.?' iiiia nit .t ? ? . >? .t i it- ij-. ??...!??> a I'ontiiioaiitf of tin- ?aim-. itiu.i.wi vv. harnkv. Jut : 78?181 1>A.NK i VIRtlJNIA - iii. President and DiiectMs have ie D ? ? . . I * ? it ii ..I tli- |ttt.|ii ? tli it hit atiiiittl -iiif t It :iJ. ? ..: t ;ii. i.t. it In. h, afi i r: -> rt ma atioitl.n^ "... I in i fori t- rit. on t'ie -liart - -ti'irrihi'd -'.net' l: t: :. tt :t l pa'.tl to t!if-tiar. |...l ! rs on iipplir ttion. A. Kt lUiNSl t.\, Jr.. O-Vr. Jan it TT?4iv ? \- ;i SALE OF :11STaN1M. \ \T7 I \\T ? I ", . t.f tli 'fount) f'ourt of Kins William, * tii" ' ? - ! ? . th.- l.i^h t hitl.I. r for t"i-h, at Miiic>hifk !i ' "o i I'ltiit if .1 iitutrt, l>l'?. if fair, mlicrtvise ? .-.ill* \ ? _i<^ - iiittl I.-K-.t t.f tvhicli lalth Utdil, v- . ti" ? :a f.sim't r. ron?:-t nfa man ahoul f i.ty five, r'lirt* fa. t-ar-ol 'i;. . and-i tt il cliihlft ii. ttvo tul t ??? ' -?I ..l i -ti.f ttliah i- ?:M. . n. ami tin lounat -t ' --'t.j u .| i m l -h low MatiL'.ihit'lt, ami m-ven ahovt ? t. "t'? i' " it io ith'torli I. a .tl t i.iifiim -fi't-iit;. in rt?. ' ' ? ... anil roinf .rfiM.' ii.v, !li:;L' lioii?r, and till nee ? . . t r firm t.f it u\ tiii: COM.MIS5.10NKRS. t'.T?Oau UN '/ -?'! :< jwutM-.nril nn arrnuut of tin iiirltrmeiiey of ? "ii'i ' .-' ? .:li'.. 11:- l>t nt I't'oriiari. J i . ' ' T*? 11 Feh s ? i S -!.all m-II. to the hifh'-nl hnid r. ,.t I'tiii tiatan I'oiirtlui'i-t', on tin tItird tlat of Ft in ?? .In. itto Stillion-, it In. Ii it ttt ultl In- nn | ?'! -? .t 1 .ii- it hit irt at t|ii lint-1! Willi thf p".lisrrr- of rv i.r.-.. a- 1.1 tin n -t -lot k- in llii. t ountri. or .n Ii i^httnl. | t t\f "tlATluN, I v-ar- old m April ni \t, of laret- >i/.?, ?f ? .-lili r:o mi. like f .rut, of tli ? rn In -1 dark lint rt? iv vt ?. tt itli In it k l-a-. t!<tt lit I'hatean Maraaiiv,J hi Kiiaiaud of lit-day. hat pis won I I out of i.-r.- ! i . - ..t iiiittartl-. Mtiiifiim.'- ftirrynia niorf than It^J ; :? 1' ? ': ??? .11 ti 1. trained la-t -prmi', it lien liiret* years ; I, ? d r"- -t.ik'-, at Uii'hnioiid. tint did 11.1t run on .' ! ;t!oi|. .hai'ilic ti'.'i'll till a l"tl III a tumour liter | 1 r : .. !it r. :n iii:- of a tud di-t.-mp. r tvliirh In-hail ! it- ..i Ii.. '11; - tiiiam;* lia? h-eit for Hi o ytar> iiiatliiallv | . ..' . 1- :? .>t -. irttlt p'-rn plihl ?, mo! 1n.1t, in another iv. to ? ?. \f(i ? i,-r ;t ?r'l or will nut prove 1 permanent "i . '? - lull'., I am urialdetiidei'-riiiini-. I'r. 1 '? ? Ii 1. ttiM 11 Ii I i-t .irian, t ut rtann d an etalted , : , 1- 1 r 1 ?? litir-- . 1111I:I he ran him iir eiiouith t.i 'i ? !: -o ntin Ins n <pira!ititi to arTt t! Iii> rniiiiiiiB. In i'- brunh -1, in in f-i ?(! tin- en it' -i ti peril. In Dr. tlomlwyii'ii I | * r ' mi 't ' ? > liitn, v.li.l-t in tr.i'iiiiis. In- >iul, "In' li;it j '. 1 -,i '." mi,, i tiii. ?!iort training lie l.tis tint het 11 1 ' ? !.-r".!a.ti of th -1/. ?, fm fo?r:t and creat s[iri'd t.f this '??. 'ft t. 1 ta.:i u itli tin-f n I that all th ini'inhei- of hw nnre-. 1 *rt t . v |,,11 id iurfli.it.. |t"-ii tl:-tintrni-littl t'-.r i r. .... v. :i! Matt fit admit a doiil.t that hut for thi- ] ? i? M-n-t ii 1..- ii -1' 11 .oii,ttnl-l I if ill . t -lit ' * .-I ill rai't'l - ol 1 tlJI'MI'V, w-arlv lti hand- liisli, t.f the rii'lie-t tlark hat rn- ' It it In .;it it hwith hllli'k I'1:-.If "IIV t-ltl llttt .s|ir;u?. Ilir> ; "I 1 tt ithoiit e t.i^a-.i at ion,', truly tl aaiit??! III liohanua, ' '' 1- a a rally 1 on-'di-r.'d the If -1 hretl of all rit'- tl i-tinsui-1:- .1 '? .. !i ir- ? . litihiiiupy h i- new r .'ttip. areti on tin turf, in ? t-t an injuii -ii-iaiued at hirtli; hut in- form, In* uf-j it;.. ,inr;!t of Iii-1.I...I. r. nde: il lnthlt prnhahle thai, un . ii-t.inii - init utifavoralili , Ir- u.iiiltl liave pr.iten a Inn j . -- tie li.l- matli- I.t -. . ra! ?.:-:i.-t.li*; nil,! I ii|.p.'al ttilll eon- ' ' I., tti.i-i .rent! in n tvlio Irivt-Iim t-idls to derid.'tvlit'ther ' 1 tit i nn- hut ?? prttilut -I -itpt 1 iot foal- In ani Imr--. :i!t of l'tie tt 1 ? ei, mailt 11 t'lte inforui'ttioii ' ' ! 11. 1; all' ui 11 1 -nine n ar to etth- r -nl- of Jaui" l>'..r !i ? lifj an nit-i?t m rli- -?il?jt .'t. fir- lefitrnl 1 a I ' -1 jii. *1". M. K iiitlolpli. in. itui-t- r and ^lr. Ilrinton; l at'hol '. - atoll I't ti .au'rip;, ?.-hu ll Ii.- think- -upi nor In ant '' !:?? ii i? liar! 1 r 1 ? 1:1 tin wi.-'if. ir frtiiii ant 1 tlier tlaiti. It micht. 1 ? .tilth truth, ti -a..!, tti.it i-aili eon 11! rs III" ott 11 Hie It !'*??! 1 'it !. ha< it." ...tii. '? i . 1.11 un! Coiilirtnali.tii, tire hotii tile pr.nhiii- of A.MICK I < \\ !'-iil<>\ \ tti- da 11 ot tti - iliiitri2ui-lied rat e mart hithj H'". tii- ttiiiiorof main rat.-, sold to I'ol. Ilaiuptoti, of South |'i:' t.v;i;t iit priie, and h Id ht him al a mtirli efatt-r. In . 1 e htil one. -in- ran I heati of il mile* each, h atinc a 1 ticid i.t ; >-,e-. whieli in mirrr-*Mmn, attempt d l.ituu l;ei , '' ?'A I' ? ti- t anil fc^.i.:iil were dead heat- h-tween In r<t|f and h 'ttc: 3, it,,. u,||,s and f,.urlh -Ik won, p"rforinine the fourth, :..ta j.. , i,j . u hicli had hei 11 heltl 111 leM-rtr. .1 tt ith 111 ' :r * - ' ! Hi- lull' on tvliifh lIir fhortest heat 111 tin- rate i ,vy. ?ntn ii t vi-lence of hottoui has het n rarely exhibil tl. 1 (? .'. i';.", A // ' : :i11,1 Con/rnut.'Illfl, are the oiilt prodilr-- Ol Atni riraii I'tuni 'ia tihii'li are old rnough to have been trained. Fi :a-ti. tia- i;ot ht >-r lifn-l. out of a Ifnu'.tful hat | - ' : ' t' ?. Hawaii, K-.j., well knotvn tw a breed. | ati iiii; t- r 1 tin'.- hor-e-, ttlta true me the follittvinu i ?,. it.i 1! jK'dis: i.i' |,i, laire :?*'Stte IVa- J-..I lit Sir Harry oil! ol -M"ii mare r. ..-, 14, bred Ity C. Wil-on, Em,, fmbd m : ? -'i ? 1 it and ibe general Stud hookn will sIhiwA got | . ^ ?;.. .-it it t.r. tinr tn n.uii lt> ft lw'i'.htt> out of Cnwrn/y ht ; .' . ^rai;., . im J tn ncilntitucr. liy tiigk-Jlirr. (dam of CAoM/iifftt, ' i- ? 'C.' r' \ ' '' ? S. C. dam Cypher by fx/utrrrl; E. K-B-j I'"* dntn of Treble, Snap-dragon, Curiosity, .??? , 1-'.,- c. a. ?. g. c. dam by Burtlctt'j Chttdrrt. ifenep-! t'l ' ?^fa'Jian, dam of the two 'J'rue Bluu. fSee sreti.ral stod j. " s '? -iTr.l lirgitlns was not by tin- fJuMphin ! , ^'' - Travtl'er; //r 'l ffr by King Ifrrud; 10..-; : Hw.ziird hi H'voiipeeiir, out of C?rn/jot# by ( ,.1' *" l nhttiiOQu, ... .? '>'*? named by me mVr her arrival 111 Vircinin. Sin* . '".V '**??*'???'. ut th? 1'raven iiifttinu, Tuesday, :'th April,' *?.^ '-'ti' ? Buii Fitly bt H'ortAy" in a protlure staken, I r"o T..'? ' ' -'tl* r :<y) cuuifa* each, wa-the winner, and tiiime-; ^ ' .' trij ; r ?:.? r Hti ill) account, and shipped 011 h iard V . : :.r i1'- I'otvji, 1. The late Col, .M lie- v-ehlt-n, declar t!! T ?'ai' fnn-st imported mare he had ever Men. She tin fori 11- j was ""'".aft-r luiiii-in!! the above Uit mare, which mare | H 'ra:tied, hut her brother tvaf run by me In the naine of i % '".ati.l proved horse t.f much t>peert and cood Imttoiii. p , William Uaxall. ! *' !' Kantian', 1^."' v ' **"? H :!tc name t.m : am! place, a liar.dsoiiU'fliesnut Fil ?iil next .May. of cood tiii, got t.y Sir Walter Scott, I ? I iii.'., >-r Alfred, er.-.ttd dam bv Sir Archie, cri at prand dam 1 ^'UijW.d Shark. Iiorsts will b.? r.vhibited in moderate ortler, and in rough! C-:.tl ;in - -? >? ' ? fc> "t ti'f d&v of rati.?factArily ilfned nnd endorsed, one-half pay l,?<! 'a C, ti;e oCi?r 112 month?", ?t the Bank of Virginia. n ABNtR CRUMP. Jan. 3,1M0. 11 10 purchase, are invited to *re the Ifr 7 miles above Powhatan Courthouse, before the Jan.} 7*--tliFeb. ? l^EMALE SCHOOL. -chool f?>r tin- i iliu ilinn nf ymii'i ^ 1 .ulies, will be continued ill*' present year, ftuumeiiciug on ?li? l.Mii of January, nml !?> i< riiiinate on flic loth of Iicfi niln'r follow ine, " ?tlf n \a. at ton of the ntontli of \iliU-t. under I lit- in srturiioii nf Mi>s Mary Hull, vx Imse experience ami qualifications are so well known Ii- to ii ? * I iii> recniumeiitltlioii .1 mine. In this school lli> ii->ml brain Ii-- of all English education will he taught; also Music upon Hie Piano. My terms will he for heard, vx ashing ami lodging, .'?I" lor tuition !>pJ0, |iiiyalilr at til? end of t|,< .essoin: each boarder vv ill In- rtinured Ii. furnish hernw 11 tovv els and candles; i":>r music, at ?!?*? discretion of llie l>wlirr. for ' ilir use of the Pianos, No scholar will lie received fur a le.-s tun- than the ?i -??inn. and no deduction w ill Ik- made fur nut t n teiiugthe -? !K*-I at Hie commencement. ROBERT POLLARD. , Kiiis William County, near \yb-tt*s, I January II, ie>It'. ) Jan II 76?w3w* ?? Tmssoli.'TIox. nn HE business herctnfire conducted in ttn< city, under Ilie firm I of BALDWIN', KIWI' .v I'd., is this day dissolved by mu tual ton--nt. Tile name of tin* concern will lie nurd in rlo*ms it- jirest nl ? usiigein -tits,hut f.?r no other purpose whatever. IVr s.ms indebted arc requested to make immediate payincnt, as wo are determined toclwe the bu me-u. as early as possible. MKT.Ml BALDWIN, HOK UM'. |? kkxt. GEORGE F. KENDALL, GEORGE M. ATWATER. Richmond, Dec. 31, ItClfl. CO-1'A RTN EICSl11P. fTMIE subscribers, late partners in the tinner of Baldwin, Kent A: 1 Co., will continue the business of the late firm. both m Hieli ? inond and New Yoik, under tho style of HUNT, KENDALL Ac ; ATWATER. UORAi'l" I,. KENT, GEORGE F. K EMI A LI., GEORGE M. ATWATER. Richmond. Jan. ', W. ; J:::i ! I _ "-ft i-klSSOU"rin.\.?The co-partnership of Wr.iurA, It'in/rrr I / Co., or this place, and H'infrrr, fi'illiamsvn .V Co., of Rich niond, h.t? ins tin- day expired liy liuiitalion. the same is her. by dissolved. Tile nam - of llie respective linns will be used on I) solar a- is nece?.-aiy fot the settlement of tile business of the 1,1 concerns. 'I IIOMAS l!l! \.\CII, S VMI EL WIN FREE, Jan. 1. WW. ?'? WILLIAMSON. i'??MMISSION HofsEl rpllE suh;eriln r rial. - the voiifidenc. of the Planters and 1 Deal, rs in I'roduce, manifested to tin- late cvnci ru in w liicli lie ua? a Parto. r. From tin-dale ;><? will continue a General Commission Business at the Old Stand of Itr^.un, H'm/tte 4" C.?. THOMAS BRANCH. !Ylers!)iirL'.[Jnn. 10, 1 - 10. 7."i 'J;ii VtrOOIH.AWN FARM FOR SALE.? llaviiitf concluded to ?? . I:aui:e in> resilience here I'.ir the we-t"rn coi.ntry, where ni'Ht . f iii> In.oily are located. I oil", r tins valnahl - e*t:ite lor sale. II is situated ai.ont one mile cast nf Km^sport. Sullnau County, i;a.-t I'eiincssee, iiiiuiedlately on the statje road leading from Kn.'.W il!e l? Ahin^dotl, \ a. ft contains about l.*J'( i or 1,11)0acres of laud, of ? mi h about acres are . I *ar< .1, ami in ?im>.I coihIi I (on: ami ot this portion of the I.mil, al.oul In.) ai res are l.ittoni, or i re. k l.m srt.unds; a large |>ortion ol* the trad i- c.hmI arable land, and wi ll timbered: u isabimdaiillv uaier. il unil tiood jmrewa ter, hav.ns some twelve or fifteen iiever-failius! uprincs upon it. The waters if some of those sjirin^s tlow together ami coiisliiiile a sircani ? I water ?'.nlicieiil to operate a largi ilotir and corn mill. W hli'h hi.11 lias heell III II? ?oi|ie ri\ or st Vi II)ears.ntid is n source of consiiler.ildc revenue, and iiiieoi-il i. |i:ur. The m:!I i? i oti\i IlieuHy situated in ar tile Inaitl st ige r>> id, and abotll in the centre of Hie > atioiis liiiprovemeiits tin liie est a I . 'I he -tr am on In. Ii the mill is I.H,.tut, int r<e<ts tin Rctdy l':eek it rmltt auul a r \v huinii'.'d vanish low Ur mill and near the stagi toad. It is btiieved, that f w tarltis in f ast I'er.uc.' ee present etntal fai il:lies Iti tin i inner and gmzii r. The buddines on tin- eit ite. are a con venieti? mansion house, smoke house, iari tge house, a large fr'iiic st tl i?\t. new I'r Mile i r.lis, w nil a large passace betwe< n tli.-in, a In w. .1 log crib, a I itse frame barn,m i r???.?r's !; >use, and a number of cabins for slaves.?'I'll.- road leading from t'i ? up;? r part of Keiituckv, through !ln*-i II and Scott count'es, V irginia, and tbrtxigh Teiiliess.-c to North t'aroluia, crosses the l\n.>\v;lle and Abinsdon stag.-rand in Hie midst of tin i stnt.-?at point of Hit toad'- intersection, a I.?rsi-- two story brick tavi m lions.* is in progress, but not ?et tiuished, and a t.irui ~t<-r. Ikuim . This is ui.t o! tn, uiost pttblii county locations i;i East Ti mi. --i., and an ex cellent sit-fur a rtore and tav. rn-taud, and situated nut more tliaii four or live miles from Mcllel.ty's Mini ral Spring.-, in con -iderald lepi'ti?; and whicli the propii; tor. as 1 am inl'.iriiii il, iii ti mis tittin^ I'm tin r> cepiion and acconitiiodation nf \ isitors. Any geiitb man of > nterpri/.e and capita!, ma\ !..an i xtensive farming tllid mi rcaMile bus|tie-s, imlepeud. rit!\ t.f the tavern arid noil. I haw a i|uuni.ty of tli. Moru- Multica'.ilis, ..r t'hiiin Mulberry, grow ing on the premises: a large quantity of Iron or.- may he oli t;>incd ;i the[irt ini-is; a!-oa ipiautitv of beaut fi:! Ma:M ,uith Coliveni -nt water iM.wer u. ar the i; to uiaiiufa. ture it. !l i not easj to exhibit in the compass of nn adven:*, nient .11 the :nJ vantagt s tif the location, t|uality ami inijinnenietits of this valua Ide .'slate otf. i.-il f .r sale. Those w ho desire to purchaiir, wiii evamine for tliemsi Ke-. For tt mis ot mit- and particular- conferring the < st.it. . applica tion mn n mailt to ni\self on the "remises. JACOB MYERS. W.ioiH iv n, near Kin?sport, E'-.-t Tenncsset. Jan I I 77?In ^TI RUEOW ILI.E SEMINARY.?The exercises of Hi' tbii.l ^ ses.- i.in of this Sc:n:i::;ry w .11 l.< resiiiued on the lfitii Jaii'ta rv next. Th.- plan ol liistrurlion will atl'orn nn extensivecour-e, ; enibraciug tht various clashicnl authors, and tin ne>-t useful ! hranclit .s of MatlieiMitics. From several \ cats of prtit iical expe in lie in teaching, having applied hlinselfi los.-ty to -tmle-s and ft --in the t.-si of public examination*, tin Ilildcrsi-jlH-d fei Is an as surance and cimiid. nee, thai stud'-uts hi tin- iiisiiiiuion can If as thoroughly a:ol properly instructed in tin ir clas<iculactpi:rciut ills, and prepart dfor in ct'ssary i.iisincss transactions,as in any similai iliststiltl.'.ll io 4lie State. ?nd .I. pres.-nting the institution to pnli lic |>atroiiage. the ninit rsiuio ii ue.'tns it not imptop- r l,<. \|ir>? his view - aud opinions upon the subj ? t of t- aelung. If. di-.-uis it es-. ..a the pa't >'i lie- ti .n iier, first t.? make himself ac <]liailitri! W itli tile ill .|?isiti...| ami tai-aciu of the pupil. If the c-iKteity r.r p? r? t pti..n of tin pupil be unready ami slow tn com |.r< liend, the teach, i nuts! I" piti. ;iT and ?Inn in iiu)iartitig infnr ?u r i?;t. : howev r keeping the loiiirf cl..s? l\ e.xi rrised, nml care fully avoiding to fall in the other > \tteine.) tiiat themiinl may pro p: ily coinprehetid the matter. Wh' ii the faculties of the mind are propt r!y trained by a s\ -t..m ol r. ust.iiina ami thinking, there by developing itself, it will enlarge and t \paml ucmrdirig to the application and jierseverance .?! the student. Ii indn-t.y end ap plication lie wanting on the part ot the student, tin- tem-h-r must use nn alls-Adapted to Hie dis|He.ilioll to effect the object. If the mind l.e clear and comprehensive , added to industry and applied tion, the task t. :.ntru.-t is not unpb-asing. The undersiguetl ph-rrv.?. that liis-. liool will In- c.verned t?> -Olin.l and wlmlesoine discipline, that lie designs to lead rather than force the mind, but coercive means will be reported to, if lie <? s.ity require it. The undersign'd futther oliserves to ins pat rons and I'm lids, that h.s sch.s.l the present year, has bet t: liber;.! h -uppoit'd and patronised, and rc.-I- \v ith coflliden. e upon their lurther support aud eticouragem.'ut, and trusts tii.it howrver for t-tne may frown or favor, th:.: merit will not l? nun warded by a Ills nl public. Tshm??Hoard fur t!t>- sclejla-tic year of 10 months, ftTO. Tui tion for Hie classics, jtsCi; for the higher hraiulies ot English, s-.'"'. for the minor braurlo <, vji. J. J. UltEGii. Sturceotiv.lle, l.ruiiswick, Itec. 12. i>~?tf I\W NOTICE.?The umler.-'iciicd will hereafter regtilatly -* attend the Uuarterlv and Superior Courts in liuckincliam aud the Superior Courts in Nelson and Vugusta. t.>rtice in I'liarlottes vilK H. CII.MER. Jan. 2 7<?3m cpHEsnbst nber r. spe. tfully inforuiHcity and country llat dealers " tiiat In-is now manufacturing for tin; en-uitig V-prins trade, a larger assortment ??*" HATS than he has beret ifme ot.ered to the public. They will ton-i-t ..f the various ijualiti. ?, colours, aud shapes now in use. From arrangements he lias recently made w itii torresp.indeiits in New York, lie will Ii ? eiiahled I > pre-, nt to In- custom rs the le.-vvest ?ty!e-, ilir.-ctl; an their b. nig -laiteil :u that . ity. lie would remind bis vv hob sale ami retail customers, that bis liats ai<- of his own manufacture, made in Richmond by workmen tn" iti. d skill anil i .xperience, and of the very best matt rials nn ported to this country. Ili? prices, whole-ale an.I retail, will be found to lie as low as at any manufactory at the North?a- the expense of maioifacturiiis is no greater here than there, w ith the exception i f the freight on the raw mute'iial from New \i.rk to Richmond, which i- but a traction. lie !il<o keeps on hand a supply of Hatter's materials, pun based at the iui|Mirters, w hu h will lie sold aUvay - at ;i t. r\ -it.all advance Store opj*.site the old Market. JOHN DOOI.EY. Jan l<s ;;i?;im C* IIRISTMAS.?The attention of the public i.s respectfully invit ?> ed to examine the great variety td' CitiiMtMts 1'rGsviit.s, the subscriber has for sale. They consist of every variety , calculated to -uit the grave and the gay. His stock of ibuks and fancy ar tules for his juvenile friends i> very extensive, and selected with a view to please. It would be impossible to slate hi au adv. rtise ne-.it tn- varietv. !n* will Iber.-lV.re or. s.-nt a feu of in.* 1110-1 pr.11111 ii. lit items, w hich consist ol'some t.f the most splendid l.ngli-h and Au.ern an Annuals evei ;it:l?lislii-rl. Also. Fn. lisli poc.'tet etli ti..tis i f tie I'.kUs, elegantly bound. Also, an endless variety of Hooks, handsomely lv<unfl, suitatd. for prt seuts ; and a -jileiidiil assortment >.l c Miicy (ioods. Cook of the lioudoir The firlental Annual I!, aui t "s fostnme The Magnolia Heath's Book of Jleauty i.?linings' Landscape Annual Lady's Allium The HtrFit Hook Herman Tourist Portrait Album The Gem ; The Token LamNcape Album Atlantic Souvenir Turner's Annual Tour The English Annual You It's Keepsake Literary Souvenir The Naval Annual Young Lady's Hook The Keepsake Gleanings of Nature Our Wild Flowers Intant's Journal Young Man's Library Yournt Lady's Library Miscellaneous Thoughts illeai.ru Picturesque Annual. The Iri* IJibles, Prayer and Hymn Rooks, in splendid fancy binding ; la dies, Writing He.,ks, Motlierof Pearl and Ivory Card Cases, boxes ol Marine Shells, glass jewelry Boxes, elegant Mhiitns, .Musical Itoxes, Ilead Purses aud Reticules, beautiful PincuslTions, Einerv Stands, Graces. Uattledores and Cornelias, Sic. &.c. RICHARD 0. SANXAY, Itookseller, Ftatioticr and Dealer in Fancv Goods. Dec 24 < 9 Bu the Gurrrnor vf th r Cotnmimitrulih cf t iririmti. A PROCLAMATION. \VnrT.EAS, it has been represented to me by the Sergeant of * * the corporation of Fredericksburg, that FRANCIS L. WIL KINSON, a fugitive from justice from the Stateof Massachusetts, who had been arrested in this Commonwealth and confined in tin Jail of Frt.derifksi.iirg, has made bis escape and is now going at large: Therefore, I David Campbell, Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid, have thought it proper to offer a reward of two hundred dollars to any pi rson or persons who will apprehend the above na::ird fugitive, and deliver him into the Jail of Fredeiicksburg. And I do hereby require all officers, civil and military, and request the g. ?j.l people* of this Commonwealth, to use their best exertions ;? apprehend and secure the said fugitive, in order that he may be dealt with as the law directs. Given under my band as Governoi, and under the le?cr '?.km..! seal of the Commonwealth, nt Hi'-hmond, this 'Jtlth dav of January, 1S-10. DAYID CAMPRELL. ' Jan 21 M?3w I FARMERS' RANK OF VIRGINIA.?A dividend of three dol lars per tliare has been declared out of the profits since 3rd June l ist, when the amended rhsrtcr was accepted: out of which the Stato rereives -3T. cents per share upon the new stock, so that the holders thereof will receive only $vJ 75 a share. A dividend to be paid tn holders of old stock, of three dollars per share has been declared from the contingent fund. J. G. BLAIR, Cashier. Jan 11 76?2w WILLIAM RKEEN, jiuvrmy at Late, Covington, Virginia, " will practise regularly In tbe Superior and Inferior Ccmru, of Alleghany, Botetourt, Rockbridge and Greenbrier, oh4 in the Su perior Courts of Bath and FocabonU*. Jui 21 $0?3 in MiTTKKIKS K??lt JAM' \HY. Delaware Lottery. <21. 1 I'm.- ,.r Slo.niHl I Prize of !.!!'? 1 tlo. "i.tlOO ."i do. " HI 1 ilt>. il.-H'irt 5 ,!<>. turn t <!?>. a.iMKI f. I (hi. ,0 72 .V?. t.oitrry?II Ballutx. Whole- $711?Halves ?.15? Quarters I i?'k."ts Shares in proportion. Delaware Lottery, CIa*s 27. To It; draw ii Juiiii.m, :il-i. I rim i>f i-.Hi.ii c.i I pri/j. df >0,?"?>*! i ii>>. do 5 w>a ]<) * jjwj 1 (III. llo WOO ]D ji(j T.'i .V11. iMlcrtt, I I /;,i Hot?. Certificate of l\n ka?t - of Wholes &i'irt?Halve- t:W?Otjnrteis *'S ! lor( ( rlincates i f Packm*-*, for Ticket* and Shares, apply ??r address JAMES I'll ALEX .v Htft'imotfl) I if? ; I)ra*> iii2 r?t Iv upon rrr<-|tii?*n of the same, loall ! who mux (mir. h:l,t-11 n-. I Jauuaiy ???! pi?id ' O'l'OCK FOR SALE.?The President and Directors nf the Lnu | k-- |sa Kail Knad Company true directed tliesuh-oflhe following ! Slock, viz: John II. I'-oyd, ."1 ?hnre< S.tOI 01 due. Oniric lb-ale, ,'i ilu 170 0.) do j James M. Royd, 5 do Ifcif OH do Knstn.. Temple, ft do *-l" t< do John II. Kn-tace. do 225 00 do David II. Houston, 1! do ITi* 91 do j J. II. Kctidle, U do 1ft) 0) (In | John J. Marshall, 5 do 3ir? li-l ilo I Ueorai Ma.-sie, Jr. do 1010.1 ilu | Laum-cl-d Philips, r, do :i'io ihi do .\i Non F. Siieltin, 10 do IIV> ofl do j Win. D. Taylor, ti do .'M0 rt.i do Merew * tlier Writtllt, I do 4'i 00 do Wm. W. Williamson, ft do Xi'J ft.1 do 7 In* !ilm ve k:iI ? will It- made to the hish-st *?Md*:r, : r rash, at 1 t!ie .Merchant'.' Coirce House, In Jmn-s II. Lyucli, onTI'lijliAV, i the -lili day of February next, ai I*.' o'clock, M. XATII \MI;l. TIIO.MI'SO.\, Trrcsunr. j 81?2awtlF ,$ oo RFWAIilT R\\ \ WAV from t''e s!ih?i ril.er, t!e- I4ih in-t., my m*?rn mm I'.l ?l!?In* is about *2o or *_'? years of a Je. ft feet to 0 inche* I ti:t:ii, stout made, ilaik iirovvi: emnpleximi, a scar mi I face, a , loin: heard iiinlei his i l;tii. and v\ h; k( rs, ? low Sjuikcn \v!>? u spo j k' ii to. I Ii.im reason to In iievi , that In ha- :i--im i.iietl iiim-'ll w o!i tine (?: itior.- white inn, and is now making hi- w i\ to -?no ? I i if tile free Wesleril Stalls. I u ill sivr our hundred dollars fill j lino if lakt n out el III'- Slat: . and tueliti dollar- and all reasoua I i'i" e\pcli-< ? i' t lken in the t:?l? , ami deiivi n il to me, o: secured ! in j.i:l so that I Si I him again. FK.wt'is Micitrnr.u. j Short I'uiiip, 12 miles a'snv Richmond,) Jan. *V. 1*1.1. Jan ail nl?,.>aW.tiv w 'I V AW A V IS JAM..?There wa.- comuiiltnl to I li>- Jail iif ' llam>\ei foiliily, on tin "III day of Deceiuher I i?t. as a rmia way, a :u cio loan who rail- liim-i II* Al'i'Illl* ItlioWN?and ; say? thai In i- the property n? Win. (.egruud nt I'rinee I'.ilward l '?hility. \ a.; thai lie n as lured the l;i-l year I ? a Mi. IMu am \n (!? r-Miii. if t 'hesl.-tliild t 'oinily. Said irrn i* lilai k, ill ? I Inch, ' aU.-iit l.l y e,u? old, had on when ceoiruitt <1, a s'nt ??! !?' i< k mivd j ea.-riitei. \\ it it a red tlanm I shot. The owio'i of find slave I. r> <)Mes|ed to com ' f.u'.v.ii l, pr*>V( !;: i n perlv, pay ? li.ircc, and lake h:n: a A av. i r he w lil !>?' di all w ll'l a. iiie iaw direi I.. I HA L. Hi ?V'i I.IIS, />. A' r r. /?. (:? II. .1. C. Jan -i-'i ?-Jawf.w w"i!'i:ii'i sai.i: or VALt'Am.i: mimm: I'ltni'i'in v? > liiiTI r..:DAV. tlie Il'i lie. i! !"??!? f: i a i > ioM, on I lie pp-mi se-, - mile- h low i^uiisa I olirt house, ami Wit hill two id Hi ? II ill r.'a.l, I shall <. II l > thv I. .ii"-I lm!<? r. l .r cash, i iu .*'i am Knttin . J losi'lher w :tli all th- tivnilc-, 'J \'.'h<'* I Harrow-, IMick' t-, CI ! Spades and Shovel-, and n Intel' Mii.ins Tik.I-, with laanv other ' artu I. - l in t"dious In ii in Mention. ! Thi- I'.iiviu- i- oeaily io'W. iia- le ? ii hut little u-ed. and s slip i jinsi it iolii'tv ll won't th?-attention of aciitl oii' n ensati d i.i Ilu* coal Ini-iiu -?. -ince il i- pronoitin ed, l-y a lonip t.'iii jmlc- . I.i l? ' in pi ifei I old r, and to an * *? ? II. ill one o| its kind. ?I hi- ? is pos.tiv:*, and is made t*i -ati?f\ aa executinn ill my hand.- m i'i\oi 11 .Mih - M:i,*oii and \nh'd <<nvan. a?a;iist Hit* \'ii'Uiii.a !'tiu^ and Moiiii'.'t'otup.ia\. rsiu.ll' Ii. WINS I'i i.N'. U. S. F r TiO: / ;trr, SiiiiJ'nf lnui'i C'Urtu. Jail *^> -I?Id-' j "a"n OVKKSKKR WANTED.? A -in;.-le man w!i:i is ipialilied to I ? ? inai. ice the Im-iiie? ef a farm. :n:d ran come recoiuniended. will meet wilh liberal waijc.-. if earlv application i- mad.* to the -uli-ci ili t. lesidili): a! i'i::e t reek Mill-, I'owlialaii ( o*::il\. runs. it. ii \-s. J-.:: 21 8*)-0xv j \M!:s i::\ 1:1; and k w \wm \ i??.Mf v.w. vnTli'l! "i > i <'i?.\TI! \( TORS.? I'ri.pii-il- v. i! I he rernvi il al i!' ' li"ee nf tic- ('oiiipaity in liiehuiond, on:.I tin loth !'? hru ; ery next, for Iiie inaioiinin. and (!? livery ol |oi,ihi l?i-li* I- ol i ily liniulic t'i:iiieiit, v% ilu Hi''pin del i in Hie -.ml I 'oiopatiy l.ie\ lend I'll I Olltracl to I.Vl,n. ?! i..i.|?l-;_ tile I I meat In lie of tin* III -t eoril ty, properly i;ianufar|ioei| from approved llydraul.v ! hi. ? ' -lone, k- ;*t i|ll'*i*r cover p.-r! ctly d*y, and eon* enienl lor d* In eiy , to Ifiat-on l!e tank of tin Jane-liiver In-low Iliiclianili, In Ii-! ; li\i n-d I i lh* ord* r i f tre t'oiop ny *- I'.nuini i-, *:? siroiij ned 1 ti^'lit !' irn I-I, e;:rli containiii*.' live hitsheU i l i^l III-. Iiell?10,'e11 ' luislu ls to lie ready fordeliv- n by the 1-' July n-xi.and the -ami i ipiautily by llir l-f of mcli i-iicc> sMve month tin real'ti-r, until the , coiilrac't In- completed,?the t Ym. nt to be subject at al! tint'-- in I Hp ttioit for approval or rejection, by ;iu Eimiimer -if th * I'ikii any. ! to h d -.I'll-t il in !b' rmitrart. Hi pro|Hi-a| !? be I'm I lie prin ! in r !uis|icl, all of he i charge- inc hided. I'. \\ Kli.II I, I Jan T 74?Id] Chirf r.tgittf. wv. i tTn7;T .in!! .lil?H>ur e/ II r.t.nf. M EPSUS. AIKEN ,v iVEI.l.iN<?T? 'N. r- and Teacher of cief.ml I'. iim.in-hip, Iniiii Ni W \iik, li \e lie- pi ? t-?ri In inform tin* I.-, lie- .noi to ntlrai.' 'I ot lie hmmiil, that tin y w ill, ; by -pei lal re;pti remain litre :i -iiort nine, i.i ;*i*.c a i ?.?*:r-? ? II miii- in their ii fr anil^e. JiiiiitaWr fly I" ot \\ ?: 111> I'i;i-si? at? now fi.riuit'.L', fnretii'oi:. ;:f*-*:'.i -i::. and e*.ejiins,::! their li'ritinj .1;itiUinii, win r;* all tho-e who v.i.-h to becoun- ?!? j i-aiit mid ;?sit.*; i<Wr vii'.ters. may liaxe ail op|Hitiu:niy by inl.rins ; tin* I'I.ksc. iiilliu ('lately. 'i -.-rs. A. ,s IV. pledge theitiselvrs to impart tn l.adn s and I (lentil llieri, ot evi ly ate fliiia 10 t-i li'i year-. III I ..' Cinic..- i f tin uio-t -ph ndi-l and hi^ld\ ti n i - In I -ly le of l\ rilins, I 'oin mereial or I'pi-tnlar), E".peilit'ou- for the t inintinv !!? i.i,. I. irar.t, i delicat. , and truly I f r til- l.adn no matter bow bad, ; deformed orrrainpid tin pupil'- present writing may he. ; r. .1.1- n?an I Ihey warrant entire salisiarliun to all , who may honor Hit in with .. -"all. V. r.'linc Itnoin onpo-n * Er.rlt >E, or Main-kfreii, Utc'iinniid. Open a frw days for tin* reci pumi of ;i?/o/< and ri f/ers, *.viu re an exhibition nt -ja ciiuciis,and ill. iinpn.icmciit.- nf I 11') p* r-niis ' who hav- altt i d-d tlie-e I ?on-- dnrins Ilu- pa-i month, may bt seen. I .ad les meet al II o'i I ick, A. M., daily. i Jan til ' Wi?3i? Rappahannock ac\ih.m\.- ihe Kxircee-of tins jnsti tiilion will be resumed tin ili- loth ol January next, und i tin ; siiperiuteudetice nt Mr. I'o-t-1, ;i- Prim ipal, iis-i.-tei| iiy Alt. I'm k ' int. The ri m irkabl.- h all hfalm -- of il- site, ciimmndioM-1; -s of i its buildiutis, an 1 ext -nl ami -i-b-rltoii ol its Idiraiy,an- :nl\iiiitaues ! Willi which the public lia- Ions been familiar, wlnl:I to its lushest recominriidalioii in tin* en!ai?ed ami tarird crip.inty and /.??al of its Priuripiil, from In- brief o.'lii i.il ex-reise I,ere, it i- c.inriiintivi-ly a st la liter. The tni-tees therefore fi e| i, to lie due !*? lie- public, and to lie- Institution, to express their uiii|iiiilili(-d a??nonce of Hie 1 siuual maiiilV-taliofis of tin *<? ipialilicatam- in tin- proiiciei.i y ili. , played by tin-ditli.-rent t l.*.ss; s at Ha ir late exaiiniril,".!!, ami tin ir full ctoiimled roiiviction that it will in future disappoint no ju t I rm,?i-'or Poitrd, Tuitmn and l!ed. >140 per aniiuie. JN I!. HE K.N Mill. I'rr -V Board "J 7'in-fcrs. i Jin *:i f.'?-iiwlf ' < VMi:s RIVER AND KANAWII \ I'OMPA.NV.- \1 a Meeting ? ?' ot'tle* Pn -idi al and llirr<*tors nl'th- James I!i\< r and Kana-.v ? lia t'ouipany , on the lUili January, IMJ: | Remind,Thai the Seiteliiry lie aiith'iri/a d to excJiaiifie the | Bonds of the Company cunrant -ed by the Stale, fnr all Post Notes of Hie Company, of daiei? pn.v inns t.. the adopnmi of this ! resolution. I E.\lrsicl from ihe records. W. It. CHITTENDEN, Krrrrtury. I Jan IH Tti?iiawlw VTl.l' \!rLK .1 A^il'S P.1VE1! I.AMI FOK SALE IN SI'ltKV.? i ' Will In-sobl In Iiie liitrlu-sl iiidderat Surry Courthouse, on the j It!i Monday in IVhruary nejtl, under Ilu- will of tin- late James It. 1 1Mb arils, that valuable Eariu known by the name ol /'?;?rn, lyine | till Hied iall'ly OII Jamrs river, the late residence of tit- -aitl dee'd, j six or si-veil miles from lite Courthouse, rontaiuinu upwards ??!' ' I.IKi'i acres?t.ln-vreater part of which is as valuabl- as any lami tin ill" county, is well ad ipted to the ?iowlh of till the dittereiit j crops usually grow n hi thii part of lie-country, A larae poriien i of this trai l irt ilensi-l> rnvi-r-*il o ill- liiolw-r ir?-i - nnd wihmI, of va ' nnii- kiuds. Marl on "this farm i- in cr? at abundance, of the li ! (ptality, cmTi euienl to evi ry field, and ipnte accessible. That i part oi' the li?.nd marled two and tlirei years iico, is ill n liiph stale , of iiiiprovruu til, iiluslniliiiS Ilu* iiii|H>rlaiil iulvanlai;e- in he ile ! rived from i:s use. Tiu-te is a l.irae mar-li allai lied t it, frmn I woich any quantity of May may Ir rut annually. The .yiautity ; of winul iiu tin- farm i- im'en.-iise. The biildititfs are sullieii-nl and t cnitil rtaM ? I'nr a lara- family. At tin- -alio- linn- ami place Will i In- sold another tract called Hork ^jhiniutiialnint! *f I acri s, i within two or three uiib-s of Ihe river, and live m -i\ from Ihe ! Courtliuii.-e. On iliis trai l also, mail of tood quality i- abuiidani. i lyine Coiivenie?t f>?r use; and a quantity of w.md and pine timlier. ? The title to both tract- is unqm stionable? Mr. John R. l-'ilrheti, | w ho reside- within a few miles, will -how the ,.r?iiiix* In an) person w ho mats call oil liiui. \ A credit of one: and two years will lie allowed the purchasers I upon executing hi?iid< with approved security, and deeds of trust ii'n-in the pro!*! rty to secure tile payment of the purchase money. 11 P. T. ?PK Vl'LEV, T. N. DEI.K, .lilm'r* irilh th. will nnvrrfil. Jan Ki >-*^wlw The New* Vork EvRninc Post will insert the abnvc IJ times, a id send their bill to tfeis olfic*.- f-r Ci'l I action. |V HI.K" -i llnrii, AT m'KKEVH.LE, PRINCE EDWAKH 1 I'lil N'TV, VA. Miivinl! en-.*ai*ed the services nf Mr. H 111. II. f'?ltlH*r.-ton, \\ ho by birth I- a Hr?initw% and has been educated ! bv a Virsinin i- ntlenian, ' William Ii. Harrison, E?n., of Ani- Iia ('?unty,; I feel sati-ned in rt-coiniiiendinc him to tin public us a tt-acherof the F.ielish, Latin and Creek langnauc. The first session of this school will continence on the loth day of February next, and c ud on th' loth day of July. The second sewion will commence on the 1st day of August next, and end on tho -20tli December, 1>40. TetiMs per session, includini; board, tuition, &.C., payable in ad vaiice. ?6a. . 1 shall lie nreparetl to take in and accommodate eiclit or ten boarders. SAMUEL D. Ul'RKE. Dtirkeville, lf4h Jan., 1810. | Jan U 73-3awtl3F | 4 FEMALE TEACHER WANTED?We xvUli to employ a i i*. Lady of cood qualilicntions, to lake charge ol a Female ( School the pr*Meiit year. Her situation will be pleasant, and to I one who can linns satisfactory evidence of her merit, liberal wa e--6 will be civen. Further ill format ion can be obtained from the I two first named in the neighborhood of New-I!ultiuinre, Fauquier j County, and of the last named in Kitlimond durinc tne session ol t the Legislature. JOHN OGILWKj I K A. CTTEi'BACK. CHARLES IICXTON. [ Jan 1G 7g-aaw2w? \OTICn.? To our FritnJ.', Cu^tcrru.'t, and the Public.?Having rictirmined to wind up our present Groccty business, and to i devote ourselves exclusively to a general Commission business, tur i thn sale of all kinds of produce and merchandize generally, xve ; otfer for sale low for cash or good paper, our remaining stock of Groceries, Cotton Yarns, &e., consisting of the usual variety. We shall he prepared to make liberal adxiuices on produce and other properly actually in hand. One of us wUl attend at the To fcicoo Warehouses daily, and particular attention wUl he pajd to all hutinett con tided to our management, _ Jan 7 [74?8t?w6vvj J>. ANDEHS0N, Jr. I VIRGINIA i.e<:isi,ati:re. house of di:i7: <;7\tes. Synopsis iif (;UI / j ^ j S Sjirrrft, on lln Jilnnouffttlia L "iitrstnl Miction?dclictrtd on Suturdaa, Jti/t. J-, I .-4l?. .Mr. BA\ I,V commenced by srtying ho foil c-mbar i rassed in addressing ||1(. ((oust*, as In* alwnvs did, after it formal notice ol his intention to tin so, given in tin* shape nt a motion to adjourn. JIail he consulted his own wishes alone, he would liave pre ft rred address.ng | the llousi.' on yesterday; anil he moved to adjourn, as I lit? remarked at the time, more in deference to the sup | I>osed inclination of the House than of Ins own. The remarks of the gentleman from Fauquier (Mr. Scott) had l>een extended to sueli a length, that he presum ed the House would not have listened to ? reply to thnn yesterday. JJe would have liecn glad had it f.een otherwise, as he could have spoken in a manner more satisfactory to himsel', it' he could have replied while lie was iindiT the excitement produced by the debate lie promised the House one thing, his remarks would tie shorter for the delay. The gentleman from Fauquier, (Mr. S.,) repudiated the doctrine which Mr. B. had advanced, that in a rase of well-founded jloubt, as to who had received a ma jority of tiie qualified voters, the matter should he re ferred back, lor decision, to the people. The gentle man likened it to a case of a plaintiff making a demand in court, and he asked :l any one would hi such a ease, ir no mere <i iu!it, give a verdict against the defendant. Mr. J}, sjid, that the d rterence between the gentleman and himself was fundrimental, and originated in the d:lfereiit school of politics to which they belonged. The argument of the g< ntleman implied an opinion, that a delegate here has some individual claim of h;s own to Ins seat, independent of the people, while, Mr. B. regarded the delegate as being merely the agent of the people?lit would not stv servant?for, though that was the term used in the Bill of Bights, vet in these la>tidious days ol ours, members would not tolerate the idea ol standing in the relation to any one which that term implied. Mr. 1/ regarded the delegate as the indent ol the people; hence, lus opinion, that it there was any well-founded doubt about Ins agency, he should not be recognized as such, but be referred back to his priucip;il, who cniuld remove all doubt .Mr. I>. appealed t" the gentleman as a lawyer, and asked him, il a client should consult Inin as to t lit' propriety of ne gotiating with an agent, about whose authontv there was a doubt, what advice would he give* Would he not tell In.-- client to require the agent to go back to hi* principal, and have all doubt removed as to his agency: In thiseasej however, Mr. B. s?;d, In concurred wi?h the gentleman, that there was no doubt; and thou-jlt lie ?^till coiiH-iidl il tor the position, that in a ease of doubt, the House should not undertake to dei ide for a count\ who should represent her; but that r should iof:-r the matter back to t!:e people, who could solve the douht without the possibility of error; but, in this case, he I would say, it tie d d ii'<! succeed iu showing the Home | that tin r-- was in room for doubt that Kvari.; might not I to hold the seat, he would give up the contest. The gentleman t'rom Faiii|uier (Mr. S.) asked if the House was prepared to condemn the officers conduct ing this electiou to infamy; and he went on to say, "that the i lectio i could not be >et aside, without at the same time rendering a verdict of condemnation upon those officers.'' Aii'i he contended that tliis verdict should not Ik'g veil without clear proof. The gentle man, continued Mr. B., mistakes what we are at; we are not a criminal court, trying llieseotKcers forallegi d inisconduit in conducting the ilect:on. Were that the ease, Mr. B. would not condemn thern, unless the proof was clear, not only of misconduct, iiut of it rri uiinal inti nt. Uui the question which we are trying is, whether Kvans s entitled in tins case to discharge the duties of a delegate from Monongalia. And if the offi cers conducting the elect.011 err-'d in judgment, even though tliey erred h in- -tly, yet if tint error affected I the final u .uilt, so as togive Evans the return which I he i ! tier wise would n >1 hive received, it was latal I lo the election a* ili aigh those officers had acted never j so corruptly. No iiic.?ion wh eh we can inal: in tii s matter will be a criminal condemnation of these offi | cers Nothing which we can do will lie brought up 111 I judgment against them. \\ hen we sent back the election from Norfolk, in con ? aeqtt'Mice of the illegal rejection of voters, we certiin i ly ?lid not pnss a judgiiu nt of condemnation upon the 1 Mayor, nor war the extraordinary ground now contend ed for taken in that ease. The gentleman from F. seemed to have very <rroat r.-pugnunci; to casting censure upon deputy Sheriffs? Bather than seem to iio it, he prefers that a large and populous county should be compelled to submit to mis representation tor ;< whole Session. Mr. I!, had rather more regard t"r tiie rgh:s of the people than tor the ft. l.ngs of deputy bhonifs, whose conduct, l? sr.y the least, h-d been of doubtful propriety. The gentleiiMtn from !?'. scented to think, that the sts perintciif!inta of an t lection are the sole judges of the ri"ht of ntn person lo vole. The position was r. novel one. The House, by express provision in the Consti tution, was the judge in the la?t resort. Nobody had ever contended, that the reception of a bail vote so vi tiated an election, as to make it nroper to set it aside.? Tin: election could be contested on that ground, ami il there were enough votes of that description to have changed the result,the House would .>o decree, as tliev were in the lialnt of doing. l)ut when legal voters ore rejected, you cannot put thorn upon the poll. The Con j stitijtion requires, that the vote should be actually given I rita rocr bv the voter; and Mr. B. contended, that where I ihere were votes enough of that kind rejected to have changed the result, if they h.wl been polled, the only I course for the House was, lo set aside the election.? The gentleman, however, says, that if we send this I election back, and if the sheriffs should be of opinion, j that they properly rejected the voter referred to, they would be bound to do the same thing over again. Mr. B. was of a very different opinion. T!jo prope r course was very clear under tiie law. It'they doubted about the voter's r.glit to vote, they could swear him: i! they shii doubled, and he insisted upon voting, they were bound to take the vote and poll it, either upon the face or back of the poll book; and then Ihecand.dates c .uld briii*r the question before this House, m the ordinary way. The gentleman from F , asks, if in every case cf ir resulariU, we will set as de the election; and he argues, in that event, that all of our rights to seats on this floor would be shaken. Mr. B. only contended, that such irregularity as effected the final result, either cer tainly or probably, should induce us to set as lie an election. He hut contended for no more in the Nor folk case. But that was a more doubtful case than this. The number of voters excluded would not even probably have changed the final result. Hence, it was arcued by those opposed to sending the election bark, tint as it'was not shewn that the votes rejected would h:i\e changed the result, had they been polled, the llouse should give Oitniingliiirn the seat, in whose favor the committee had reported. All those who adopted this argument, impliedly admitted, that if the number of voles excluded, wh.cli would have been iriyen to the unsuccessful candidate^ would have changed the result, the election ought to have been set as.de. But in that case, .Mr. B. had con tended, that the (I <<lion should be set aside, !>s there hail been a rluss of voters excluded, even though it was uncertain how many of that class the unsuccessful candidate would have got. But as that class was large enough to have changed the result, it' the whole?or even a very large majority of them had voted for the un successful candidate; ami as he was unwilling to go into vague conjecture as to how the matter would have eventuated", had these votes been polled, he went tor sending the election hack; and the JJousc sustained him. In this case, Mr. B. said lie look higher ground; and if he did not shew that enough good votes had been rejected to have changed the resuft, he would not ask the llouse to sustain him. [.Mr. B. here went into a minute examination of the evidence to establish the legality of the votes of a number of persons, whose votes Imd been rejected by the Sheriff.] The first on the list, F. M. Brand's vote, he contended was un questionablv indisputable. He read from the report of the Committee the evidence, which is as follows: "flv i lie de (Knit jnn of Franri* .Marvel Brand it appears, that lie of fered* lo vote hut the "lirritr refused to take Ins vote, when li? in formed the ?li<Tirt" tie had been a cuter four years? .Mr. Hanway, a commissioner, was presi nt ami informed the sheriff that I owned land, still tlit- sheriff persisted in his refusal to take Ins vote. 'I he deponent -t.iu s he intended to vote fur .Mr. Tanzey which he be lieve- tin sheriff knew." Mr. B. continued: The deposition taken ditfers from the report in this, and the d tference is a very material one. The report represents the voter as telling the Sheriff that he hid been 4,<t rottr four years." Where as the testimony is "that he had been a landholder and voter for Jour years." How there could be any doubt about this vote, Mr. B. could not see. The gentleman from F. contends that the witness is contradicted by Mr. Han way, and upon that ground lie objects to the vote. Here Mr. B. read Hanway's testimony as fol "John llanway states 'tliaHic was preient at the election hrld at the Coutlhioiif'e in said County in May last, and that no acieu a? one of tiie commissioners or Judges of the ?aid^ cl.-etjon. on tn.it day, and that so far as he saw or believes that the t.ection fair, faithfully and honestly conducted, both by the commissioners and sheriffs that in thc> ail were .llsposcd to ^rmit aJ ^rsoiis Ui vote who wrrs entitled, and reject ali such aa w ere not so entitled, lc tb? be?t of tls judgment and b?li?f. .Mr i>. said, it would be observed tiiat Ilunway did not, ia so man v words, contradict Brand. He only tes tified t<> an opinion which might seem to gentlemen t<? be inconsistent with Brand's evidence. Would gen tlemen permit n witnes; who swore positively to a spe cific fact, In be discredited by another, who, making no reference to that fart, sweats to iin opinion seemingly hi conllict. with it: Such a course would be a porver >ion of every rule of evidence. Perhaps what Mr. Hair.vav would think fair, others might think very unfair. But, ?>lr. 15. contended, !lanway s testimony ought to be taken with allowance. In the present ens-*, 1 e had the strongest motive to testify as he haJ? He was a commissioner to conduct the election; an?J not to have sworn that every thing-wns fair, v.-as to condemn himself. In addition to this, the ev'dence showed that lie was a very violent partisan, and we all know how these feelings influence men's opinions: "I.even Fli-mining Mates Hint lip was on* of tlie eoi*iml?lnner? at tie? Jacksonville precinct, and returned lie* pull* taken'it that place to tlii* rlii riil at tin- Courthouse nn tli- eveniPZ nrtrr lie election? there were <i ?cral of th; sheriffs and many (\ tlif t?ivyn?. men in the ntlice countins the pi It': when itwasf'ttrd tl.iitt 1 \ tun and Tanzey were elected, John llnnwiiy one of t le toinmis S'oners at the ?'"oiiilhmi?e, fell to eureini! and swearing to that he I- ft the office. '"1 hev count d Tnnz??> Mitv-nincat Xiiblhtywti.' " Mr. B. appealed to Mr. Scott to say in candor, whe ther it was p"ss'.b!e for any one to contend that IlasT way discredited Brand. The next vote illegally rejected was Alexander Scott. The evidence is thus: "Alexander ?rolt itat'-o that he wished to vote hill the sheriff rcfn .i il intake hi? vrt", tliat hi* would have voted f r Mr. Tan'?-> it" all.ovril to vo: ?. Hi- informed t!ie sheriff h- had h nrlit lax! ?j which li- linil helJ p: ?c-muii seven month- ami f-.t which he had a title bond. I'y fie t. run of the till-- le'inl he was not to r-'i-m a di ed f.ir the land until part of the purchase Rjoney was paid, that no part had been pud n-.no pait ivasdue. Kiiiuli ."?'i-ntt state- that In* informed the sheriff that the said Al x.mder Scott had bought land r.f which lit- had been in posse" lion m-vi n mi ntlis, hut the sheriff still r .fiiird to suffer the said Alexander Scut to vote." 'l li.s House, Mr. H said, had very frequently decided that a in m holding an equitable title to 1.mil. and ?.vasiii possession of the same (> months before the election, had aright to vote. He did not see how any one could doubt that this voter had such title and was in posses siou. "I-,!.. ;lid l!uss( \ - that lieoffered to vote fur Mr. Tanzey, In t tin ?.lii-nlf n fii-i d take lu? viite?lu-int-irnu d th< -1. rittlifhad a ?.M.d v. Iw h- II till- -lierill replied that In knew he had no vol ?? I he di |h.neiil -tit.-, that lie Innl a till Ihiiid for land about one I-.ear nl wlneh I'" had held possession ahnilt eiehl month*, had I ..Plained a deed four m nth- l? fire the i let tiuii.and had paid lil I i li hiindo d di.ll o-of tile pun ha-i nioaei. '! In d-pnileut had ! iiei-u a result-Ill ill III" M il about eit'ht ni'iulll" liefi.re tile election. I hut had net been failed on fi.r hi- fixe"." _ What was said hi relation to Scott s vote was appli i cable t-< this. However, he had heard of but one d i lit - jcultv about tin? vote. Some supposed that a twelve months residence was necessary in entitle a person to i vote. Mr B. could not imagine whence that idea was derived The Constitution only required that the voter should be a rilizrn, and it he became such, the day be lore the election it was enough He must have had | the proper!v qualification the requisite length of tune ' before the i lection. A ? it:zen of one of tlie I'. States I iroing into another and laking up his res dence in it, with a vii >v to a permanent residence, becomes ipso I furl" a citizen. It is otherwise with aliens. There could be no doubt about Bussey's vote. [Mr. H. proceeded to shew that l'atton had a right to vote; but us lie said that it was not necessary to Ins ar ; I'utnent to establish his vote, we do not report what ' he said on that po:nt.j Mr B next referred to Simpkins' case. '-lie- rL'e W. ^nnpkiiis tt:?tthat lie off-rd to voir- at Morgnn town l'..r*Taii/.ei and John, but II - shentf, Ceor?f: D. Kvans, re fu-.-d t.i take hi- t.-, '-and the i. a+on wa-, he said, you have no deed for I itnl " but il -poii; lit ?* it h, that lie i- now at the le-ad > I two r 1111111 pi"" revenue t" tor both, and iia? "writing" Mr on l-ilf 11 hi' traiidtatlur's land, whit h amount- to 131 acr-s?hs [ lii.w pavs tie- I it hi the same-ha? had it in po-fe^iou tor two ? vinrs pa-t, ''n? v..t d for two >car<, and ha- not been r i-im d: j the ,-h ill!" <t:d ni t swear deponent, t?ut would nol pern, t hliil t i I "lie made some comments on this evidence; but said, ! t!i it the e\ idence was itself siiifictently c.ear Mr R. n? .vt referred ti the illegal conduct ot the Ishcr.ff in s!r lung ?tf Srlb Sapp's vote. The slier.fi dul what he hid tt'? right to d'i: ?'SelSiv ?":?i>p -tale-that in- voted Lr V.r. Tanzev. and after l-"v tia the poll-, wa- infi*rnu-d that his vote had been stricken from '' ??IVaViuian Fleminc Mat?" thai lie was present at the time that Ptlhv Saiip vottil?he heard the jlicr.rf ^ay m.tn:-tluns !:? the 11 ;rk-. and 'saw him point ovi r to tht-in; they ther. rtmcK the vi.ti r.t the -nitl Sopp front the poll. '1 li* -hrrill did not c.ll Papp b?ek to be I sworn before hi" vote was strif kt n Iron: tin pt.ll. 1 he d-;pone.it I has seen the poll book" -inee the elation, and saw that .V Ches : id-- v.ite w.i- "maiked mil" of Mr. Tanzey s shortest j?j1I book a I ih?* Mi?rcniilo%vn cli.-lrirf-" . , . He also contrasted his conduct in the case ot Jen | ' '-John Walts . latet th it nn the rveninc of th ; election, le. lolii I fleorsi I'.viin 1:- niishl m 11? take .Mlre.l Jenkins s vote. I. ran-, he had no vote ?that In- '-k' il :ml Kvam -a hy lie took Jenkin vol-; .-in- replied, that Jenkins said h had a vet-, le.aus I VV'I"' t- hi h oi ?o, ami In could n? t -tril'.e .t out altei it wre ' Mr. 1$ sail!, that in- hatl establisiied iin* fact that the j Sherill* ha?i illegally rejected four qualified voters who desired to vote for'ranz-v, and that lie had polled at 1 least one illegal vote for Evans. By the Sheriffs re turn Evan# had a majority of one. Mi B. bad snown that !.ut for tlii' illegal conduct of the Slu-ritl, lanzey would have had a majority of four. Hut gentlemen would tell him that he frrgot the fact that there were four votes on Timzev's polls that were not given to h.in, as shown hv the voters themselves. Mr. U. admitted :lmt Jam. s Chndxvick proved that In had not voted for Tanzey?lie voted lor Mr John and Mr. Clayton?/to' Mr- Kruus. Jane - K- n-'at! ? ,'l,'ftion n' rr,,:'" ? (\? l! !,li;:..oi.'. - in Mi noiisali i count\. that lie was : !l the I in- r.pposed t.. iI,,, p-itii a ol rateh 'i aii/.iy. anil that when he voted :t was his i.leiitit-n in vote lor Clattmi and Mi.rpiui f.ir the llousi ?! !?? I ? lies, ami in- ver.l.v b. In ves In- did so vote, allln nah In may l:av? ea'letl 'ranze'.'" name in n mis take, but ho thinks it nc-t Iikclv, II',. now li V\ a- veiv cre: t, and he voted in a fiurrv." Mr B insisted that Kendall did not shew that lie had not voted for Tanzey: but lie snid that in would give up that it was othetw ise, at. he had given tip every ' doubtful proposition. The next is the case of George Shahnn. lie shews that lie did n< t vote for Tanzey ; but he did not vote for Evans. The next was the case of >nse: j,; ? j;.n -ml Mnic-"that lie attended the cl.ction alio wa? ,|.. ,'| *l-- mat Kept the a-s. inhlv p< ll at the tl -ction ili-tr.i t ai'the swamps m Mir-a.-alia o.-.nty, Virpin.a, ir. May la-t, nn?l w h n >1 ii I a I Nase cam n rwaril to vet", Ir.' appi areil to ...- r. n Iu-ed, and think" that he lii-t ?aid lie, Xa<p, vct.d f..r rogpess and Tan/'-i but 1.1 !'? 1" the vote w a- record- d t-y ill" In- wn? calledIf n I.-. one'i ft lie ii i:::.i!-ioner- to I.::- w ceitr.inly who he did v..te tor, a'nt be Nase, sai.l tbll i\ Koscess and James Evan- ." i ' ",]r j> s ,-f| ?I;-;t tiiis t vide nee did not prove what t 'was introduced to rs'abl.sh, but if gentlemen would ! have it soli ? would admit'hat proved every tiling Here Mr. B enqu red if tiie House would rece-.ve ' parol testimony to contradict the poll book? As far as ' [|,,s matter was concerned, they might either receive :t or reject it?the result would be the same. His own opinion was,that it ought not to be received. It would open the door to fraud. In the case of a close contest, where there w.isa small majority, the unsuccessful can didate could tamper with unprincipled voters. But, lie said gentlemen might either receive or reject sncli tes l mem ?III- only asked, that if they received it in t.ne case, they should in the other?if for Evans, also tor I Tanzey." How would the matter then stand? Accord I ing to" lite poll book, as returned to the clerk s office, ! Tan/ev onlv received li!) voles at the I'awpaw election, iand that was the number for which lie received credit lint two witr.rssos prove thnt \w rrciivcd .<trenty-tlircr rotrss thrrr. Here is the evidence: ??I", i r Tenant slates, thnt he was one i.f the commissioner- al the P-iwnaw elet tia.ii, and reiuriu d tin- (?'ll- of that place in the slit ril! nil the il e. alter the election, ami Tanzey had .seventy tiiree votes .t thill place. Will II In- banil' d tin polls in the .-h. rill in the I 'lerk's olliee, there were many ni' tin ! ".vii-iii -ii t*?' " ciir>inp ami -weiiriiii! bi-caiise flaylon and Tanzey were elected. ??David Mu."^-ave slalt s, that lie cried the votes al tin-Pawpaw , |f, lion?that IVti-r Tenant wa of the commissioner!., nrnl that I'illeb I Iin/ev -.'ol si-ventj -three votes there, and M> t.ir .is In know s or lieln ves. In- -aw ihepnll" counted." This IS the whole of the testimony on this point: and there has been no attempt to controvert the fact it esta blishes. ? . . How tloes the matter now stand? Evans had a ma jority of on I rntr only?Deduct Jenkins's vote and there is a tie. Give Tanzev tiie four votes which were illegally rejected, and he has a majority or four Lte duct the fur votes of the persons who say thev did no vote for Tanzey; but if you do, vou are bound to cor rect the I'awpaw poll, vvhich will maKe a ?f four in Tanzey's favor, and you leave matters as th y W Ylere Mr. B. went into an examination of the testi mony, establishing a variety of irregularities. It was understood for a considerable time that Tanzey was elected: Sunday week after the election, he ?'Joseph Eddy stales tha rl?, a|ld .allkcd hlm hoW. llie clcc. saw Ceor?e D. Mans, tnc(;[jd ^ ^ ^ Tan. eev were elect?d, 'and he expected that U illey and Steenrod were 'He''a^dvcr'ted' to' ihe singular circumstance, that it should have been given out for a number of days, that Tar.r.-v had received 6') at Middletown, when it :s :n i sted that he onlv received 32 votes. "Adam W. Gull states that tiie neit day after the election, he ?aw voiine Mr. Lawman as lie returned from Middletovvn,at Hay ? Fcirv,cpji'.fitc Mtrtuiie W ,.?Stated that Tanzev had ?ut>-nnte votes at :.iiddlrtt-v, n, and that Mr. Conway would co:ne abais m a few Hours with th- polU.' U Vn Conway came to the Feny, se veral others, a* wtll a* himself, called on "idConway to kno hu'.v the p-.l!i ?:ood, he answered, slity-nin- fi> ^ hundred and seven for Evans-he, deponent,observed to Lonwaj that Tanrev was elocied-he an^red yes, I Unnk so. I>epo D. nt haJ s statement of the polls of all the wit: Chert Neck and Fist Bun, at the ! Hs further ftstes, thit uj town on tos day of IDs election, r (?eorue !). Evans Mm sheriff conducting the ? !? ctinn, rail * i . n' lIn- doorand i tin r place* through Ilir lmn.-e, w hil-t tin- voter an.iiii.I litni m'Vmi or right deep, ami all tual In- called through (he rrovvd :n:il aUMiiIni I lit* door Vuli d for I'vaint. |i, punei.t -. ? > lifurst I'. Kvans that lit- did nut Know how a sworn olln <, could <lu The mannfr in which the Sheriff attempts to afouii? for the mistake in t!ic Middletown poll is not satisfm: lory I "peter \. I.rijton states th.it he was present nil ill tw.lfthdiy r.ftir the election at I.. II. |)<.r:.? \ 's store, w hile -aid Horsey ami ?Jeorge !>. Kinus, two of the Hieritrs. ami Cal.'h T:i:i/..v w.->. r< counting i!i" |H.|Ual'iera mistake was said to bet'iund :ri tie- Vhd dkl.avn I.i,..k;. Whew th?-> I. id tlriish: it Counting fh?- pells t pmreil that ?vau? u.ia om- vol.- ahead: rh ? sheriffs tits :? . <i t ? mistake ill the Middhtown umade l?v giving Tan/.- >?r. iaigs.':t s vote at lliat place w In. li was only .vjor.vm- npp> . i 1 ?? :'In-I k?. Tan/.ej was declared tn have'? ? v. i.-- ,tt that , I. . b; tli, Sli. rill's ami public prints, hut dt-poneisi <1111 I r t ..>.1 ironi th. 111 that Tanzry had but thirty-two vole ? on the Middletow 11 p. II the time of the recount?lie nl?o beard Mr. Conway, the ?1; r.-iF thai took the Midd!: town votes, >aj thai the mistake was iaa>ic ! > , .(iv pr Tan. ey Bo?-." st'- vol - a: that plat-." Tliis account is not satisfactory Bo^est's vote waa only ii'2 or 53, whereasthe report coming1 from Conway and others was that Tanzey had received G9. Mr. B. said we all knew the rule, when a person was charged with improper conduct, and attempted to acquit himself by giving an invalid excuse. It will be recollected that tins was the poll which it was charged, was clip?. Mr. B also referred to and commented upon Mr. Clayton'? testimony: ".'no. t'la> ti.ii states thai nn Monday, after the el*. tioii, he n-k> .1 Gei'tj-; i.van* how the election went, and the taid Evan* said liut | liims-lf, the deponent, and Tanzey were clectcd? that Taniey was fourteen vote*ahead ?.f Kvans: Vn nrje Evnii. was oneoftl.e sheritls riipen;.teiit, ine the r 1,-ct?on at Morganlown. II.? fuitliT ? tTt.-s that J ar.zej. as!<cd hint aU.ut getting a certificate fn-ui the , sheriff that d-.y, when he, deponent, told linn it would make no d ff< reacs, that at any tun b.-tweeii that and untng t > Kit hmi t: 1 would an-wvr. Jn answer to a question by .Mr. Evans, dep.>ii.:.t states that Dim foregoing conversation look place ln.-t.ir-- the min take in the 3lidi!leluw u pill. wa- said t j he !'. tmd out." Gentlemen had said a good deal about the propriety of the Slur ff's conduct throughout. Mo said tlsaf conduct certainly was not above suspicion. He would j not nay ill it the Sheriff had acted criminally; hut he ! certainly had acted indelicately, to say the least, lie referred to Holland's testimony, and that of others "Jamb Holland st?t ??, t*"( be was at th Morgantnu u <! <t:...; late in t!ie fv. n n?. in- -aw and beard (li .rue I). I'.vrni.-, :'h .jfi\ rail on nn i>eorge Kiir--., a voting man livinsm Midi!! h with lu> r.ither, tnroui' mid *<???; Kigei wa> standin-j at lit -I iliHir, and ^h.. k Ins head as though ht would u..l *h I.\a;is . all .1 t . h.iu aa.nii to colli. and ml ?, >.. aiiMmi-lj Hull j . in': Ki j i?er st i; f.irward ami voti d t.ir Jam.-s Evans, and I think \ ,-v L-ani. I do not think Kup-r would haw olfered to vol ,i n iml not been [i-r.-liaded bj t hi- .-lierilt, tii-niae 1'. Itan?. Ill . j... I u nl fiitth.-r stales, that he - aw Hi Swamps polls iu Juin . a.i : lhe> Wen toru apart, oil" lent' n.-arl} in two." Mr B. commented at length upon t!it' impropriety, in I a case like this, of this House forcing Evans upon the ' county oI Monongalia, when it was known tli it tin re was a majority in that county againsl his polities of ?">00?That was WilleyTrtfiajoritv He would not & d iu sii."!i an attempt tocfleeta party purpoae?and sue!) a party purpose! Mr. B. concluded by thanking the House !"? ?r the marked attention they iir.ci given him by a full House, ; notwithstanding the deli.it.- I.ad been s ? protracted ? . Hut it would be recollected, that he had not taken in his reply, more than anr-tk'rd of the tune oeeupn ?l h\ j the gentleman from Fauquier (Mr. Scott) in his ar n.. j inent of vest, rday TWENTY-SIXTH COXiKKSS?1st SESSION. Tuesday, January 'Jl, l~ l'i The CHAIR submitted a message from the President 1 of the United r5! ites, furnishing information called for by a resolution of the Senate of the 3Uth ult , in rela I t.on to the amount of money paid from the Treasury : to satisfy private claims for the five years preceding January, 1~-10; which was laid on the table, and order ed to be printed. Also, a letter from the Secretary of State, expla'itr mg the cause of delay in publishing the B ?tmial Re gister: which was laid on the table, and ordered to ? printed. Alan, a letter from the Secretary of the Navy in rela tion to the number of clerks employed in that Depart ment dur.ng the past year, and tlirir amounts of co:i:. pensation; which was laid en the table. Also, a letter from the Secretary of the Treasury in answer to a resolution of the Senate < f the 5th instant ill relation to the establishment of niar.n<- iiorp.tals at : the nioulh of the Arkansas river; which was laid cn the ! table, and ordered to he printed. Also, a report fr?*.m the Secretary of War, showing J the amounts appropriated and expended, and the ha. , lances retnaining in hand, for the service of that De ' partment during the year 1 "?3: . which was laid on the table, and ordered to be printed. Mr PHUI-KS presented the memorial of a number ' of citizens ot the State of Vermont, praying siieh fur* : titer legislaticii of Congress as will efl'eetuallj, a'j lisli | the foreign slave trade; which was referred to th*? mil tee on the Judiciary. Mr P. also presented the memorial of number r.f i\. tizens of Vermont, praying tho passage of n law lo pro hibit the local authorities in tho District < f t ..lumbia , from imprisoning free personsof color, and sella gtliem m satisfaction of jail lees, on the prt sumption u t their being slaves. The reception being objected to, the motion to receiro was, On motion by Mr. SLVIEK, ordered to lie on the ' table. Mr. PHELPS, froin the Committee on Roads and Canals, to which was teferred a hill to grant to (!:? Stales and incorporated companies engaged :ti tlie ci ; struetir.n >>f roads arnl e r.rlf. the right of way throts^h the public lands of the I'. S., reported the same with ; out amendment. Mr. SKV1ER, from the Committee on Indian Af fairs, lo which was referred a bill to provide f< r *i.-? security and protection of the emigrant ami otlu r In , di ms west of the States of Missouri and Arkan* is, re ported the sa'iie without amendment. Mr. I'C LTON, from the Committee cn the Piiblic I Lands, to which was referred the memorial of the Western Academy of St. Louis, asked to he <i.s | Charged from its further consideration; which was I agreed to. ?Mr. HENDERSON submitted the following rcso. ; lution: Resulted, Tha? the Secretary of lite Treasury inform the Senate if there be not a cons'derahle number (and what number) of donation cla:ms,or settlement r.ghts, under the acN of Congress of ]S12 and 1-1'.', for lands situate in the State ot Mississippi, s' tuli >>f Ute 31 Jt <:?.? oree . f ncrth latitude, which have been proven under ihe.-e laws, and surveyed, plotted and returned to the : surveyor's '.flico of the district by the deputy survey' r ' of the U. S. appointed thereto, Lut the titles lo which are thereup' n suspended on imputation of irregular t_v j in the surveys in regmd to form and location. 'J AN , whether or not the surveys excepted to, exceed or ti i minish the quantity of land to winch claimants are en. i tilled. 3. How h?ng since these surveys have bei i? i executed, and what proportion of them have been !?? ?? | fected in title. 4. What is the description and quality of land generally in which these surveys are made. ?> And whether, in the opinion of the commissioner, if I such surveys he irregiil r, it would not be better cr >. : noinv for the (jovernmeiil to confirm them as mad", than ineor the expen:e of re-sorvey TliK IM)t!?F.M)K.\T 1 RK.A^t'KV Hit I, Was then taken up, and, after a speech of much abi lity from Mr. WALKER, was, ovi motion of Mr. IJ L ? I CHANAN| informally passed over. The bill for the relief of certain persons therein ? named, was taken up; and, after some remarks from Messrs. TAP PAN, GRUNDY, CLAY of Alabama, and ROBINSON, was ordered to be engrossed. The Senate tin ;i went into Executive business, and afterwards adjourned. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Tuesday, January 21, 1-40. I The question before the House was the proposition of Mr. Thompson of South Carolina, to amend the rules by the addition of the following. Resulted, That, upon tiie presentation of any memo. . rial or petition praying for the abolition of slav< iy r r , the slave trade in any District, Territory, or Stale of the I nion, and upon the presentation of any resolution, or other paper touching that subject, the rceejitivii of such memorial, petition, resolution, rr paper, shall be considered as objected to, nnd the question of i!j / ?"//? tion shall be laid on the table, w ithout debate ui further action thereon. Mr. GARLAND, of Virginia, being entitled to th" floor, Mr. JOHNSON asked the gentleman to give way, to enable him to offer a resolution which proposed tog.ve to the suffering poor of the District all the surplus wood at the Capitol belonging to the Government, which he believed to be about forty cords. Mr. FISHER objected to the introduction of the resolution at that time. Mr. JOHNSON asked for a suspension of the rules for that purpose. Mr. GARLAND, o! Virginia, interfered, an.l s.. he would be pleased to accommodate the gentleman bj yielding i*i " no objection be made to the proposition; but he anticipated there would be. ytr. POP? here rose, and wished to prevail on Mr. ; Garland to yield, to enable him to make a report from a committee on the subject of the Iowa and Missouri boundary question.