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By Thomas nitchie.) RICHMOND, FRIDAY, JU Y 26 811 T>OWYER*S- White Sulphur SPRINGS. ' I Greenbnvr —The Subscribers, the pre aent occupants of these Springs, beg leave to return their tt\*<ik8 for the very generous encou ragement which they received the last season, and to inform the public, that they are now in * situation to receive company-that’they have with much trouble and very great expence, en abled themselves to entertain cor,: tort ably, up wards of one hundred persons, with their ser vants. They have repaired all the former buildings, and have erected seventeen neat lodg ing houses, with plank floors, glass windows and br-ck chiinnies ; they have also built a very Jpacious dining house, having set apart the old dining house uir the entertaining of travellers j and have added so largely to their s'.ablcs, that they cun now stall upwards of an hundred hor ecs. They have laid in an abundant supply of the best stores—from all of which, they conti drntly hope to give general satisfaction to those who may visit, ilteir FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH! A P *st Office i.’,s lately been established at these Springs and * v.iriety of Newspapers will he taken from different par^s of the U. S. for the amusement of the visitors. Wm. HERNDON & Co. Greenbrier, june 18 tf . Dissolution of co-partnership. —In consequence of ilie death of r. Ro bert Poll ok, the business litei v carried on in tins place, undei the firm ofPollok & Tredway, is dissolved. Those who have claims against the , •aid firm are requested to apply to Thomas Tredway for payment, to whom those indebted •re requested to make payment. TH JMAS TREDWAY, Surviving partner of POLLOK. 8c TREDWAY, ALLAN POLLOK, r*V. of the last Will of ROBERT POLLOK. Manchester, June 25. Those still indebted to the late firm of Poliob, Tredway 8c Co. are requested to come forward and m .ke arrangements, for the speedy payment ; of their respective debts, ns after the long in dulgence already granted, we shall be under the necessity of using coercive measures against ell those who fail so to do THOMAS TREDWAY, ALLAN POLLOK, Surviving partners in this Country of POLLOK, TREDWAY, & Co. r I take this opportunity of announcing, to all those still indebted to the late firm of Robert end Allan Pollok 8c Co. that unless they come forward and make speedy and satisfactory ar rangements, for the payment of their respective debts, suits shall be immediately instituted. ALLAN POLLOK, Surviving partner in this Country of ROBERT Sc ALLAN POLLOK, 8c Co Richmond, June 25 tf TO 'PRINTERS. FOR SALE, the TYPE on which tht9 pa per is printed, Hurceois Ik Bbrvibr ._ A great bargain may be had, by immediate ap plication to the Editor. June 7. NOTICE. ' ~ CASH given for South C irolma Bank Note3, at a discount—Apply to John alcock, Ccvtrr.or's Hill _ J'lJy 1G._wtf A LI. persons having claims against the es tate of Wm. Rawleigh, dec’d. are reques ted to bring the same forward without delay fic all persons indeti.ed to said estate are earnest ly solicited to m ike immediate ctayhent, ROBERT HYDE, ~S Rxccvtort of AND C William Raw GEO. G KEEN HO VV.j/cijA dec’d. July 16. 2w NOTICE. ^TJ^HE C'i' 7.- ot Hie nund are respectfully 5 t-'.tified, t-iat the City truces are now due, and l»v * ,c ms of the ordinnnre I am hound t‘> Par e >unt thereof into the hands of the Ch .r.i* r • .r - on or before the first day of No VL-Mt • r r-ext, and therctore, can apply once on ly ? >r niymeot and in case ofdefault, I shall be compelled tiro’ reluctantly to direct distress to h- made indiscriminately—I shall proceed in the collection on the first dav of next month. JOHN F PRICE, Serg't of the City of Richmond. July 16._ 4t NO 7 I C eT I SHALL on Saturday the 27tb imt. at my residence in this City, -mar Mr Will, *o Robertson's,proceed to sell at public auction for ready money, all the household ami Kitchen fur riture, belonging to the estate, of my late Hus Land Batcheldcr Valentine, d^c’d. consisting *f tbe cuaU.tnaiy articles of a house keeper, and ■which are too tedious to be particularised in an advertisement of this sort ; likewise seven slaves, old Harry, an old woman named Milly, a likely young woman named Amy, 2 likely girls F.lvy and Milly, and 2 likely bova Lewis k Ste phen. Being anxious to close n»y administration and corse to a general distribution of the sur plus, 1 again entreat all persons who have claims : gainst the said estate to bring them forward ^ Without delay, authenticated as the law requires, ond to receive payment; otherwise they will be disregarded snetft distribution made, between the scvetal distributees of said pststc, agreeably to a decree of the Court of Hustings of this Ci ty. ANN VALENTINE, ad’mr. of n. valentine, dec’d. Richmond, July 19. tds \\7 ANT E D—For the next year (or immedi- ! “ r atcly, if not now engaged) a Manager for • valuable Estate on James River, a few milea above Richmond. A person from Loudoun County, who is well acquaint'd with the clover husbandry and can come highiy recommended for honesty, sobrie ty, industry and srfill in farming, would be pre ferred. _ July 19. tf tWemty doll iUs reward. g^ UN'AVV AY from the Subscriber two Ap Xk. pj r>tir»-Roys, John Judsh and William Welch. John Judah is a mulatto, and went oi the ninth ms?. is about nineteen years of age, he is rather MTndl of hi* age, but well set?. Wil b»m W'drl' is a white Lad and went off about th -tlih ms?., about nineteen years old also, be is r«i-bcr leno r made, light hair, and blue eyes, fl’fy had sailor*., r-pparel ou—1 will give the a b?M<* rew rrl to any person who will spprehend thciii ati.I ''• cure th m in any Jail so that 1 can r. .*! vrri—1 for w*»n any person harboring them trr | ley mg llu- ru, as tin: Law will he enforc •U !■ m*; ,':»i i ' id, • tint do ft. DUKMXOTOU. K.> 23. U WANTED m purchase a ponJ COOK, (a man would be preferred) who is sober, industrious, and well acquainted with his bu siness.— Also a pood Seamstress For terms and particulars -nquire of Moncure, Robertson \sf Pleasants. Ju»y 23. _«_tf THE followinp is a list of Penitentiary Man ufactures which have been lately reduced to and are now sellinp at the prices annexed to them. : '' CUT MILS. Wholesale Prices Retail Pri.'rt. 3djr 12 cts. per lb. 13 4 H} 12} 5 11 i2 6 10} / 11} 8 9} 10t 10 9 10' - 12 9 ' io 20 9 r 10 J3RJD2. 8dy 9} cts. 10} 10 9 10 12 9 i0 20 9 10 SPRIGS. 6dy 15 16 JVR OUGHT MIL 2. 6dy 13} 144 8 13 14 10 12} 13} 12 12 13 20 11} .... 12} 30 11} 12} Spikes Irorr. 4 to y inches 11 ct3. 12 Broad Axes 18 cents per lb. Nai row do 17 Hook & Eye King s large 12$ Do Small t. 14 Iron benders 15 Hilling &, Grubbing Hoes 12$ Wedges . 10 Halter chains each 62$ Cinder, Shovels pr. 25 Waggon Traces 100 Plough do 92 I Snaffle Bridles 87$ | Curb do 112$ Horse Collars 125 Hack Hands 66 Waggon Breaching 27s—pair Car' do *0s Bed Coids 9 Strands 36s—per doz D<* 6 do 30s Leading Lines Six Do 137$ cts. Do -3 do 108 Seine Twine 58 spun uouon no, 3 54, cts. 6 58 7 62 8 67 9 70 10 75 11 78 12 81 13 85 14 90 15 95 'Together with the above articles will be kept a constant supply of Shoes, Boots, &c. at their former low prices. WM: ANDERSON, Agent for the Commonwealth. July 16. eptf PRICES of the Penitentiary Manutac lures re duced,—In order to prevent any thing like a competition in the sale of Penitentiary Manu factures and similar articles sold in Richmond, the following list will shew the great reduction and the very low prices which they will in fu ture he offered at, and it is expected from the great change in the workmanship, owing to su perior management, and the growing experi ence of the workmen, together with the excel lent quality cf the materials of which the differ ent articles are made, that they will be prefer red to any that o:>n be offered id this Market. CUT NAILS. K'holetnl: Prices. Pit ail Price*. 3dy 12 cts. per !&.' 13 4 14 121 S II 12 6 10J 113 8 94 201 10 9 10 12 9 .10 20 9 '/ ' \ \k 10 CUT BRADS, fitly 93 103 10 9 10 12 9 10 . 20 9 10 SPRIGS. 6dy 15 16 WROUGHT NAILS. 6dy 133 243 8 13 14 10 12 J 133 12 12 13 20 113 123 so 115 123 Spikes from 4 to 7 inches 11 Broad Axes 18 cts. per II). Narrow do 17 Hook 2c Eye Ilin. ges 1 irge 12 1-2 Do small 14 Iron Fenders 15 Hilling and Grub bing H >es 12 1-2 Wedges 10 IJnlter Chains 62 1-2 Cinder Shovels 25 Waggon Traces 100 Jsn tffie Undies 87 1 2 Curd do 112 1 2 Horse Collars 125 I Mack Bands 66 | Belly do 66 Cart J reaching 30s I Waggon do 27s Seine Twine 3s Gd I Six Strands Red Cords j»er <1'>2. 30s Leaduu: Lines 8> 3d Spun Cotton No. 5 54 cts. per lb. <5 5# 7 <52 8 67 9 72 10 75 11 78 12 81 13 85 3 90 15 ' 95 A constant supply of Boots and Shoes of all sizes, suitable to the present it approaching sea son—all orders left at the I'eni entiary Store on Snockce Hill, will be strictly attended t< by MANN S. VAL iSNTtNB, Agent for the Commonwealth. July 23 tf Sales at Auction. ON Monday tfce 2Pth mat. wilfhe so! 1 p.-i the premises, nearly opposite to Mr. K > bert Gordon a on Shoeko* Hill—A comfortable l! wo story B RICK- HOUSK, with i iif an *cre t ground, nestle enclosed a a garden* on which there is an excellent well of water Terms will be made known at t.'C time and place of sale. FOSTER & SATCHELL, auc’r* July 29. __ 2t THE LETTERS OF ; PETEK PL tMLEV, lot sals at :inis Ortun. --JL . m—8jPSBHB SALE, T,o> No. 713, on 55'iocka Hill, near Mr. John Gamble and immediately op posite Mr. Curtis Carter : this lo, it well enclos ed, and has on it, a small Dutch-rooted house, and a number of handsome treesr—for further particulars enquire of _ tiios.tayicr July 23. , tf Ism authorised to sell for cssh oron a short credit the materials which the *ld palace, (fir povernnr’a house) is compo>ed, fee framinp is eKtraordinary pood—For terms a ,ply to the Subscriber, who wishes to employ l or 5 pood Carpenters or Joiners, to whom onstsnt tm-. ployinent Hint pvnerous wspcs will be piven ; none need apply but those ttiat are iteadv and industrious. . , C. TONPKTNS July 19. 3t 1 HF subscribers,"a majority of the acting JL Commissioners of the Lottery 6r the ben eht of William and Mary College, lernby gire notice.that they have transferred toSmon Block •»f the city ot Williamsburg, under tie art of As -c-mbly p,9,ed on the lllb 'lay of Fib. 1811. au thorising tb~m to do so. the right to. raise by a lottery or lotteries ' r. thousand dollars—b tries also inform the puhlie, that Mr Bln k will . tv tickets in the lotte y set on foot by hi* under the transfer aforeBiid, in payment tor pry. • tick ets clue in the first class already diawt hy the said commissioners, and tor such tickets'** have been sold in the 2nd class ot 'tie lottery which was under their management—the price nn tbr latter being first ascertained hy their agent, and endorsed tt»*>i eon by him. & y MADISON, yo h v bracken, Iltn NR l. SON, 3. BASSE T. ■ ' i RO : SAUNDERS, . I RO : GREENHOIV. June 19. . 4 - f II.LIAM 8* MARY COLLEGE LOT-' 1 °f ®° Numbers, First framing_, rim first drawing ofthia Lottery, agreeable to. Notice, took place this day at the Capitol, un der the superintendance oi several vi agistrates ot tins City and in the presence of a number ot Citizen*--when Hgreeable to the system pur >-u-'a in Europe in the conducting the drawing ofthis plan of Lottery—the different numbers from 1 to 90 inclusive, was publicly shewn and P,Hl f^ass wheel, from whence a boy blind-folded drew the following five numbers 33’ ... 87‘. , J3.. 70, 18. I ersnns holding tickets with one of the above numbers will be entitled to receive fifteen times the costof one number^-those holding tickets of two numbers of the above, will be entitled to receive two hundred and forty times the cost of those numbers—if of three number*, four thou sand five hundred times their cost, and if of four numbers, forty thousand times their cost— All prizes will be paid upon application either at the Offices at which the Tickets were bought or of Simon Block, jr. Richmond, or of Simon Block, Williamsburg—The second drawing will take place on Thursday, the 22d August—. Tickets for sale at the different Stationary Stores in ibis City—The Proprietor in offering this Lot ,tery to the Public fell great doubt* as to the success that might attend it, owing to the dif lere.ice that existed bet wee - tbiB ind the sys tem of Lottery generally pursued it. this Coun try but the event thus far has proved that his fear was groundless and that the gjod sense of the people will always p edummate over preju dice which has been fully evinced by the "de mand tor I ickets lor Ihp first driving——the ve ry laudable purpose to which the fund arising from this Lottery is to be applied, affords he most pleasing presages—of ihe literal support of the friends of the William & Mary College Lottery, particularly wham superadded thereto'is ihe advantage resulting to adventurers of risk mg but a small sum for the clunce ofobt&imn a capital prize. Richmond, July 16 \ FOR SslLE, O HAT well k» ;wn estate m the County of Mecklenburg, upon Ronnoak Kner, called RICHLAND, containing n..*-ly One 7hovaand Two-Hun ’.red Acres, a sufficient portion of which is first rate Low Grounds This tract from its superior fertility is calculated to produce any thin* which the most Salubrious climate will permit—the local situa tion and elegant improvements thereon, need on ly be seen to attract the attention or" any person disposed to own one of the finest estates tn the Southern parts of Virginia—The premises will be shown by Mr Richard Jones, the Overseer thereon'— Also, another Estate in v'ew of the above called Butcher's Creek Bridge Tract, which contains upward* of 8t)0 acres, a portion of which is prime creek lose grounds, and io es teemed very valuable for the production of To bacco, Wheat, Corn, be.— This will he shewn by my friend, Capt Francis Hester, who lives adjoining For Terms apply to my Brother* James Wil son ol Mecklenburg, John Wilson of Halifax, or to the Subscriber in tlds. City. . THOMAS WILSON. Richmond, July 16th eptf KDVCATXO U. |OKN WOOD li ivng dissolved his conncx ion with L H Girardin, -.vill commence on rhnrsdaythe 1st of August, h public school for the instruction ol youth in *lie various branches ol the Mathematics, Geography, Surveying, Navi"* jois,-N .tiir-d & Moral Phil .sophy, the Greek k Latin Languages, wit’- English Gram mar, Er.ghsli Composition, Wr.ting and Arith metic. IVes twelve dollars and fifty cents per | quarter, paid in advance. i Him private classes will be continued aa u u" 'I, bu* on the 1st of August he v ’dl pro-eed in Natural Philosophy with Galvanism A Gcn llem na native of France will teach'he French ; Language for which a small additions! fee in proportion to tbcnumbsr of Students will be required. I lie School room until October will be above the office of the Enquirer, but afterwards in the fionse uljaeent to tliu Custom House. N if. Whereas from the Curd published by L. H. Girardin, several persons have been in duerd to suppose,* that the discontinuation of C. Fremoti at the Academy received my d»6tp 1 probation ; I think it propur to state that the reverse was directly the lact. . , J.W. K'e have »r*n Mr. G who ilitclaims iht in fcrtnte.’—]i.t>i»©*. June 19. tf ~ TuTmoval. VV K iiave removed mu Office, t0 one of the vr Brick W are-Houses, r oute the Hssir J.I,* r HAXM.L. fcCj^ FEMALE EDUCATION; WARRENTON. ON Wednesday the 26th Jon n exatnfna f nn nt the pupils at this seminary commen ced : it was attended by a numerous and higld\ respectable audience who expressed in gutterin', t- rms their approbation oflhe n. «'*.Vr in whic.i the young ladies acquitted l.*?«?&*selves—The Hon John L Taylor, one of the Judges oflhe supreme court, Alexand-r Falconer, esq.and Mr William Crawford, principal of the Mai. Academy presided : the - wo first days were oc cupied in t strict examinm ion oft he several c! us ses in reading, spelling, grammar, parsing,geo graphy, astronomy, the use of the celestial ;,-d terrestrial Globes, history and the French lan guage—The copy hooks were exhibited, !>uj \ the want of time presented their examination on arithmetic'*, for which many oflhe pupils had been preptr**d. The compositions of Miss Mc Ned of Wilmington, Misses Glosteriyid Fitts of Warrenton, and Miss Adum of Fayetteville, j were read to ihe audience by Judge Taylor, who at the close of the exercises, delivered to the young Latjies in behslt of himself and the gyn Hemen who presided, an eloquent and impres sive address, expressing his satisfaction at the accurate manner in winch thrv had acquitted themselves The morning of the f l day was appropriated to a musical performance by ti.e ' pupils of Mr Miller, who displayed their usual proficiency—'The number ol pupils, exceeding j ninety, appeared blooming in health, U we u ate j with pleasure that there has not been in nstauoci of serious i- disposition throughout the session. | The present capacious building,though pleasant i and commodious, will be rendered not e so du* * ring the vacation. The exercises of '.lie school will recommence on M unlay the 15th.of Jul*. early applicati in will ensure tbo admission of a few. The pupils w'll continue to rec.ivc in»truc tion in all the branches above mentioned, drawing and needlework inclusive. Mr. Mill t will necessarily be absent for rime time wo Gentlemen wef, r^cc mmended as tea chers of Mustek, Drawing & Painting, have been provided who will attend during Mr. M’s. absence Such testimonials rs have heretofore appear ed, we shall nnt in future lay before toe publick. Trusting that the credit of the institution is suf firiently established, and conscious that no dimi nution nf assiduity on our part will render it less deserving of patronage. Terms for board, ike. and Tuition; Musick, Drawing, and French excepted, g 108, per an num, payable half yearly in advance. TT Each young lady must be furnished w th •' p»irof sheets, counterpane, blanket and tow els Warrenton, Tune 23. - 2t PLASTER OF PARIS. A FEW TONS ol Plaster of Paris of excel-; lent quality for sale on bo.<rd Brig New- I Packet, Abijab Luce, master at Lester’- I Wharf. FREIGHT FOR 80STOSS VSill be received on loard SAID BkIG : i Apply to the Captain. J unc 23. 2t*il _fHuro-jc. FURTHER EXTRACTS From late LONDON Papers. London? May 31. Joseph Bonaparte’s return to Paris, is sta ted by a gentleman who is arrived from the ■ French coast, to be preliminary to the de_ parture ol Fedinand VII. for Madrid, there to be. proclaimed king of Spaiu. We attach 1 no credit to this statement. That Joseph Bonapcrte will never return to Madrid, and that his brother will unking him, ts very probable—Equally prubable is it, that Hi i» parte will declare Spain par1 of tne French Empire, and himself sovereign of it. Wc remember a memorable threat he nee d out to tne Spaniards to reconcile hem o Joseph’s government. “ If you do not ike hint, you shall have me." That they do not like Joseph, is pretty evident—that hey like him still less, is equally clear—and spue l ol his threats and ett'oits they trill neither have him nor bis brother. He cannot con* qu* r Spain We received at a late hour this morning some German papers. Bonaparte has given some trench commercial towns leave tome port such colonial produce as belongs to them in Switzerland, the Stales o''the Cor.federa Cy and the Hansetowns —They are to export the value in the silk manufactures ot France June 1. I he rotr.or ofa marriage between Ferdi nand Vllih, and the second daughter of the Emperor Francis, is again noticed in letters recived yeaterdav from France I he Catholic question was again deba'ed last night; but after so many years ol discus sion much novelty was not to bt* expected; and in fact the debate had *oiuce a novel feature to recommend it. Between four and five o’clock this morning the house divided, when Mr. Grattan’s motion was lost by a majority ol 140 to S3 Ke oSipointtncnt of the Duke of York. Lord Milton’s notice of a motion respecting h- I appointment of the link** of Von; to the office of commander in c/ef, is sai l to he entirely unadvised bv, and Unknown to both his pri vate and politick friends nnd connec iops, who unite in /Condemning it as an uncalled and un warrant ed efTmion of juvenile indis cretion It is also said, that the object of tin late particular audience which the noble Lord’s father, Earl Fitzwilliam, had of Ins royal hign.rss tire Prince Regent, was to dis claim al.t concern and countenance of the proceeding. House oi ccmmons. ' May "0. | Manchctter Manufacturer#,—-On the >e adumsionof strangers, wrl iund Col. Stanley on his legs, presenting a pe tition from the distressed Manufacturers ol Manchester and Eecds.—Ue stated that the petition wa3 subscribed by more than forty thousand signatures the minority <#t wb in wei c reduced to a State «>t extreme dis tress. As he conceited th>s to b« < subject ol great public impurrance he. was willing - give the Xigh- Honorable Genleman (. . . Fnrcev d) ard the Hous> doc notice, to c r • isidei ol the best and apeedir^ mode. »•! < mAbIm e r ng reitef to ao ] , I portion <.f the ooiiiinuni y. Iir huuld op n a Jlututc day call tUc a;:,ent<on ol tttc fb>uiv to this subject. He then moved hat the pc* tition be brought up. I he Petition was then brought up Cc read by/he cleik at the table. A;ter stating ttre facts mentioned by Col. Stanley, it proceetl tle i to alledge as the causes cf the calami ties by which they were at present afflicted, the great reduction o' then wages, and the I'.igii price <n provisions*—many ot their »nce must opulent employe rs hiving been reduc* ed to bankruptcy, and a considerable pufti on ol i|\e persons most extensive in the trade to abject poverty-tnat the continuation of these calamities would have the unavoidable effect ot compelling most ot those to enii who could no long; r find encourage ment i:i their own prosperous and happy country, where they had - nee fondly hoped to close a life ot useful industry in an age of competence. 1 hat the demand fo> their ytuyuj "rtbimw sit lime, mat the gn at ma jority of the petitioners coul. not obtain em ployment for more than iliiee clays in the week, ufcd that they were ‘hereby reduced to a state of distress unpa alleled Tuey humbly presumed to alledge t . I»._., that in their poor judgments the rtpv.'t <>f the Or ders in council, and that hJs. ,.f ti,e Ameri can Non in ter course Bill, if Join.wed by a general and permanent peace, would, be. yord any other measures, have the greatest efficacy 4, relieving thoJ’etiiioneis t. . the pressure of extreme poverty. I'Uc petition was ihen ordered to lie on the table. A letter from Lisbon, dated Mav 29, to a mei chart in this towti s a vs—" A he re was ?. rumor here yesterday, ibiit Genoa would immediately become a free poit, it being said that an English squadron were invite ed into the port by the inhabitants.” Ano ther letter, dated on the 2d oi June, from the same source, mentioning ihat letters had been received, confirming the above report, and also adds, “ Jt 13 fully believed that the detachment of French troops in Spain, commanded by General Sebastian! has been entirely cut up, and it is expeett d Malaca will soon be in the possession of the English.”--Host. Jixc C. H. Books London, May 30. By the American ship Union, Bates, mas* ter, which arrived in Dover Heads from Duukii k, and landed several passerine; s# we learn that the troops on the coast have all been lately inarched off and the du y is carried on by the inhabitants. The passen gers by the lluion are mostly Ameiicaa Captains, whose ships have been ‘akin by Arench privateers and condemned—1'iiey had permission to embark in the Uni. n by the French government for their own coun try. June 4. * nc ana Russians r.re stated to have concluded another armistice of 4ud-.yS, for the purpose of entering into prelimina ries of peace, ft is said in one letter 'hut a new motive of hostility has a s«q betw eo Russia and I*ranee. A cornier of the /.*ttex‘ was taken by tlie Russians oil his way the Tuikish camp, no.of Adr?innple. Hi?, pap.-rs were examined, and by them ' -p pcared that 'll. re Subsisted a connection between Bonaparte and the O'toman Porto hostile to the in eresis of Alex nder. ' Letters from Memcl to the 16 h of May contradict the a:»..eriion that die king of Prussia *«ad. acceded to the Rhenish Con federation by furnishing a quota of 27 OGO men. June 5. OF AMERICA. fn the Hon-.' of Commons, on the 5tU June, i n the subject of a vote of credit, Air. Whitbread observed_ * ’* VVit1' aspect «o America also, the house had fesnlved “ that the intercourse with that country wa-> uncertain and interrupt ed. It oust be recollected, that a lew year* ago we had been told by the authors and mIlocates of the Orders in Council, that the uade with America would not be mucR affee'ed by th m ; that trade would foice its own way ; that Ameiita would soor\ see her true interests , and that our inter course wiili that country would remain un* diminished. America, at that time, told tms country, that it she persisted in orders so contrary to the rights of independent iu Sions, -he wjuld suspend the intercourse be tween the tarn countries. The authors of our Orders in Council anticipaied no evils iioiu tliis measure ; but the distress ol our manufacturers now clearly proved that t r< a« evils had resulted tr m it, and that the’loss o' the American market had been severely leit in tms country. No man attempted to t cny the suffering* of our manufacturers, or to say, that they were overstated, m thciy petition. 1 heir misery was sufficiently well known to the world, nnd tlie only r- ason al leged t r not going into a committee, was the impossibility of giving them any substan tial renet. f the nquiry should, however, nov tvkep'acc, ue hoped that it might still oe possible tu prevail upon imnisteis to re trace the i step* *ilh respect to America, and to re open that market to our exerts. \ve ban o er. often told, that it was ,m possible to repeal those Orders in Council, until the french decrees should have ./ver* repeated. If, however, me Berlin ami Milan d .trees were n -w ac tually rent U ed, why not repeal the Orders in Council ? “ 1,1 c ujonts whether the Punch, h-'tl reall) repealed iho e decree# or not Should IT»t some experiment be made to 1 ain whether they we.« sincere or When 11 '»e« n in the power of ,„ie s_ 'ers to put this matter to thetas*, it a> near ed to hr.n lilac a noble Lord (the .v/arciui* Wellesley) hud aiiuwn a dilncori -•« , a negligence .»t conduct, which w.% a»tuit,«iiifn^. ]i) h.s negotiations d'h i;,« America' arnh., .sadnr, liei.ppenre to U\r .ii considerable degree of itintienliui. Thes American n mister l ad left the rnui-*rya he ii' gnciaiiooi hrd .completely broke u off" ■ •. . hen Mr. • *(f .shall ....... ut America, i he rumnmn-'ra t.un bet ween • e wo rov. r .men .% „ .k , - ; oeen published in America, and he c id cuncrme nn nth. rr on h r Imv (l Z ■in to tlie 1 use - (’o nmol, h " rner. y . to gain firm . ii^ unit! no*, nv. id h e *» • very sincere rc§ret. ta*- a min.