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PRINTED AND PUBLISHED JOHN IIKIS2CKI.L, ■Zi three dollars per annum payable in advance. 10 or 13 Shares of Stock iff the Farmers’ Bank of Virginia -wanted. .ipply to lhe Print i r. March 9 =4r. ' ELECTION. A N klkotuin ,m he held on ifio ' A. Monday before the first Tuesday tn April next, to choosu two discreet and proper persons to represent the county of Frederick in the next session of tile General Assembly of this (Join* munwealth. JOHN SMITH, s, f. c. March 9, t8^2. NOTICE. rjMIfc Siockholdr r* of the Snickers’ J -fi Gsp Turnpike Compnnj will nke notice, that an election will he heid on Saturday the (jth day (.f April, at the house ot Amos Clayton, in Snickers’ Gap, to choose a President, four Dwcc tors, and a Treasurer, to serve for the ensuing year. By order of the Board, N• C. NV1RL1AMS, Treat’r March 10 — 3t NOTICE. THE sulii'cribcrs having adminis tered upon the estate of the late Dr. Edward Coorad, request all per. sons indebted to him to make unmedi. ate payment, or close their accunipt* by pas-ing tlieir obligations; and thn-e having claims agninsi said deepased, are ul»o requested to p esent tlieir ae Coaipt* for adjustment without delay HEBIOr CONliAD. JAMES M. IlDUKKDEAU, Feb. 9 — tf FOR SALK, A Tit ACT OK LAND containing about l'JO JiCli!i»*5. l\i .g on the main road leading from Winchester to K-miney and M.iorefiHd, within four miles of thn former place and whereon the subscriber now lives. The land ia fertile, with two comfortable DWfcJL LiNG HOUSES, Ivitehen, Smoke liuime, an excellent Bum, an Orchard of choice fruit, and good water. The •aid place has been occupied and kept os a Tavern upwards of 20 years, and is thought to be one of the best country Stands within a large circle. 'II.. terms will be made accommodating on appli* bation to the subscriber. JACOB WEAVER. Feb. 2—tf ‘ Ji j\ew Wagon. FOR SALK, A Nt YV WAGON, built of the most substantial ma- ! teridls and finished in the best manner, i A liberal credit will h« given the pur- i chaser. Goad notes^l bund will be ' received in pu r men or Wheat and Corn, as will best suit tha purchaser— or even good bank paper will be re ceived in payment. Any person dis posed t<» purchase will please apply to r. IJei k.-ll, at the Gazelle Ot.ice. Winchester, March 16—tf HORSES. VSf^HC «ulMcriber will have for sale, -fi. at I lit? stable of Daniel Lino, m Yv inehester, on the day of Election for Frederick County,from Sft to 40head of Fine Horses— which he will dispose of on reasonable terms for cash. SAMUEL EFFINGER. March l«. PUBLIC SALE. BY Virtue of a Deed ol Trust from I Lewis Johnston, to secure a debt due John Richardson, i will oiler fur sale, ai Bennett Hull’s Mill, for cash, on Saturday the 30th inst. 2 STILLS; A WU.GOtfand TWO HGRSES; a parcel of HOBS, and a variety of * HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other articles. . A. S. TIDBALL, Trustee. March 16—tds CONFECTIONARY. | AI1K subscriber tab '» this method Jl of informing his friends and the public generally, that ho has purcha sed Mr Sailmanii’s Confect ionarr/ Es tablishment, a few doors S**ti!h of Lime St B'oibp’s Store, and immediately op posite Mr. McClure’s Iron Store, on Loudoun street, where he intends to carry on the above business in all its various branches ; he wiil use his lit. most, endeavors to please all who may favor him with n call. THOMAS HEIST. March IB—3t. NOTICE. A LL those indebted to the firm of _* U S VLLMANN St Co. are requrst •d to Como forward and settle their ae- ' cumpls with Mr. Heist, as ho is pro j erly authorized by me. AUGUST KALLMANN. 5 £U*r$i t’f— st wrens NOTICE, iT EO kcrcby forwaru ail persons G_ fmni trespassing on my land, eahi.-i !>y fi-Jiiug or hunting, or pulling down f-uee«. Any person so irespos »in« may calculate on the rigour of l!io law. ' GEO. N. BLAKEMOUK. March, 16—4t, ALKX. GIBSON. ~ lAli.oa, H E i'UKNS his acknowledgements' U’i; to Ins patrons f ir their uncour ’ ng**nieut since h * com me nee, I business in this pi ice, and respectfully announ ces to them and the public, that he lias removed hit shop to a part of the house occupied by Mr. Joseph Gamble, neatly opposite the Winchester Hotel, where he will always he ready to re. ceive orders in his line of business, and will pay sueh attention, both to de spatcli and execution, us mud give general satisfaction. He will always keep employed the best workmen, mid will regularly receive from Baltimore (where he has established a corres pondence for that purpose) the newest fashions. Hi* charges will he as mode rate as possible. Winchester, Feb. in — if O PEaUON FA C TO KY FOll SALE Oil HEW. rHE uudersigaed being desirous of changing Iiih business on account ol the hibwur attending a manufactu ring establishment, would bo pleased to sell on easy terms, or rent his es tablishment, (the best on account of itii'iiijn, ctjst->:n and other advanta ges in Virginia,) provided it can he effected before the first day of April next, to a person well <|iin!i!ied to cun duct such an establishment.— If not dis posed of by the li, si of Ap> il it will be continued in operation as heretofore. G^’This property is very susceptible of being converted into a Manufactu ring Mill, if such should be desirable to a purchaser—in (his respect its lo cal situation is perhaps ^inferior to no other. DANIEL ANNIN. Jan. 26— if CO'Tlie editor of the Torch Light, Ha gerstnwn, is requested to insert the above seven times, and send his ac count to this ollice for collection. Corporation of \V indiester. AN AC r for the appointment of a Superinlendant of Pol>ce , and for reducing into one, and amending the sever at Acts respecting Streets Alleys, Pace men's, the removal oj nuisances, and for other purposes. Sac l- lie enacted by the P resident and Common Council of the'Coporution of l tin Chester, Thai the Common Council shall, annually, or oftener if neces*ary. appoint a fit H nd capable per-on to he. denominated > “.Superintendent of Police, ’ whose duty it shall o* to see that the Laws respecting '-he removal oj nuisance?, and the preservation ot the health and good order of the l ivn be strictly exccut.-d, and to enforce payment of all tin's a«>d forfeitures incurred for breaches thereof. He shall p*y special at tention to the cleanliness of the. Town, and to the removal of substances which tend to annoy ihe health of the inhabitants. S**c. 2. And be it further enacted. That the. Su'. erintrndant of Police shall keep the public. .STrre.s, Alleys and Gutters properly —<19 hit v/ornrjion Council may, from lime tn time, direct. I II shall visit all Ihe different p»ris of the j town,S( give information to the Mayor, or j other Mutistratf, of nil nui.acce* within the »a»oe ; also of ail o'her obstruction* & iih- I pediments in the Run, Streets. L»ne and 1 Alleys, and of all offences committed a- > gainst the Laws of the Cnrporatmn, and of j the 'tames of offenders and wiin>-s*ct, to the | end ihat proiecution may b- commenced, J obedience enforced to the regulations, for ■ th» well governing of tf>e town, and. gpner aily, to do and perform all such oth-r mat. ters and thing* as the Mayor shall, fr..m lime tn lime, l-gnliy require of him. Sec. And be it further cncicttd. Thai it »hall be the duty ol the Superintendent of I*--lice to collect from the . wners and-occu piers of Lots, or part* of Lots, which -hull be sutinted upon any of ihp paved Streets, a* far as the same shall be paver], the sum of on« cent per foot of ground for ev*ry foot he or she shall own or occupy, fronting on such paved street or tlreeis; which said money, so collected, shall be e.niered io a bunk to be kept for tho purpose • like wise the names pf tho persons from whom the s«u.e sbi.ll have been received , it sha l also be his duty to keep a distinct and separate account of the monies paid by (he owners or occupiers of lots on the North and South sides of the Run, and of the disbursements | of each — 'rile money thus collected shall be rco-rved ai a fund to he at il,r> disposal of the Supe. intenbar t of Police, and in be expend ed by him in cleansing arid keeping in pro per order ihe paved streets aforesaid ; for which purpose he may employ as many scavengrrs and c*rl», as he shall from lime to time Jecm requi-ile ; and it shall, more over, be his duty keep a regu or ot'count of all disbursement-, of monry by him made I in relation to Ibis duty, anrf shall, a- ofien '< ai may be r-quired, tender to the Council a true and faithful account of ali moi i s thus received slid expended by Inin. The Super* intendunt of Police may cooiract with *pfr individual or individuals, for the excln-j*;: use of the dirt or io«qpre which he shall hlftr scraped ur, from tium tn lime, in h"*p« of piles, by the year or otherwise, ai d the mo ney tlios received shall be carried to lire credit of the pcrmns as efres-iid, who are required hy this act to pay the tax b-Lre mentioned, and »hall be jxpenfieri like . manner —Any person or persons refusing | or neglecting to pay the iu), which shall be respectively due By lh>m, .hallbt immediate, ly proceeded against by warrant; and any , ne wlui shell, without permission of the Super intendant ot i’olice. haul or couvey away a nyof the street dirt, kfter the same .hall have been scraped together, shall forleit und pay seventeen cent* for every cart load so carried away. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the owner or occupant, „r .lie perion having charge ot each home or other buildin«, or lot or U» of ground in 'he ..id Corporafi’m, and the person having charge of any Church, Jail, or other public buildings, and the land thereto belonging, adjoining any street that has been, or shall be paved, shall, within the first eight hours, between sunrise and sunset, after every fall of sin-w or hail, ex* cepting the same shall happen to fall on Sunday, cau>e the said sUuvv to be removed entirely nfl the side walks nppo.iie to such house, building, lot or land as tforesiid, to enable persons tu walk with safety thereon, unless the same bo so congeal,J that it caii~ not be removed \vi»li »*it injury to the pave* mem. And every person offending, or be* ing guilty of any neglect in the pr-mses, sliail forfeit and pay tor ihe first neglect, 'he sum of one dollar, if for every hour thereafter, during which said neglect shall continue, the further »um of twrniy-live cents. J Sec. 5. And be i:. furlkt- enacted. Tlu whenever the guttir opposite t. any men house, lot or land, sia’I, et any time, con Imue lobe, or b-coji., ub.tiucUd with ice, snow, dirt or other tilings, toe owner occu pant or perstn hsvng charge of a ’y such building, iol or land,sh.lif wi hin four hours alter notice thereof given to him or her by the Superintendent »f Police, or left a hi> or her home or plate of abode, cau e the same to be cleansed mt t > the width (if ob structed hy scow or ce) of one font ?ix in. clie«, sotliai ilia wal.r in.y run freely along the same, under the penally ofnrn* ..nil if. Sec. G. And be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the Superintendent of Police to cause tie snow to be removed from off the sqoa.es at tile intersection of each slrest, a. aftresaid, of the wid h uf the siiie vva'ks. and *11 the side vvulus opposite th» public ground; anti to ke<*p the gutters clear of obstructions, so that the wuier shall hsve a free pastage, and draw upon thu i'reasitrcr for the amount expended •*5ec 7. And be it further enacted. That whenever the gutter opposite t(. any house, lot or land, situated on any of the .treeit of which the sidewalks are, or shall be, curb.“ri, oilier than t 1»a*e beforeinentioned, shall be* cunts obstiuciei with L-- snow, dirt uro trier ;hingrt, in owner or occupant of ituch building, loi it land, shall be subject to the performance of 'ha same duii-s, in relation to them, aod u.i litb e to the tune penalties a* are imputed upon persons owning or oc cupyi-ig a house, lot, nr land, on any of the paveJ s'rects, agreeably to the 5th see;ion of this ac(. Sec. 8. And be il further enacted, That 00 Porch shill be erected on any paved street, nor shall any slept or celiar door be extended further on any str>e',or side tvalli, 1 ban four feet three inches. No person shall set up any poster other impediment so as to prevent an easy passage through the streets, lanes or alleys : nor »ii II »ny person »r persons, for the purpose ot exhibiting their goods, or other wans, on boxes or otherwise, occupy a greater space of the sidewalks on a<y paved street, than shall leivea clear and uninterrupted passage of six feet. Whoever shill, in any respect, o( lend herein, shall forfeit and pay one dollar for every twenty'four hours inch porce, slr^s, cellar door, post, cr other impediments shall remain. Sec. 9 And be it further enacted,That no person shall throw, or cause to be thrown, front iny carl, waggon or other carnage,or in any other manner, any wood, lumber, rubbish, lifer, dirt or manure i n any ttreet, public l ine or alley, and suffer the same to temain for more than twenty.four hours, except in such quantities, and in such places, as may be allowed by Hie Superintendanl of Police. —« fwifuu* iuni »'»jr |»"r8o» uriinMid i»i ue* posing on any street, mateiuls tor building, sh;i 1 apply to the Superintendent of Police, who snail appoint a proper ph.ee, and aa'i„n a reasonable space for depo ing s-i-f materi al*. Whoever shall offend herein shall Tot* feii & pay one ddlar f--r esch offence, and bo subject to the further penally of one dol lar for every ouy such lumber, rubbish. dit-T, dirt, manure or building malarial*, shall re main contrary to the provisions of this act. Sec. :0 Anil be it further enacted, Thai if the. owner or driver of any waggon, cart, or other ra:ra,'c, sh.dl suffer it to remain more thin foui hour* on any paved street, excepi when in actual use ; or shall feed his or their horses in any of the paved streets ; or if any person whatever shall place or unload, or cause or direct to be placed oi un loaded on any street, «lle> or side walk, any Ice-wood, casks, merchandize or obstruction of any kind; except m-tennis for budding, in the manner by law prescribed, and shall not remove the «ame within six hours in day* light, after ih:y shall h •»ve been so placed or uuloadeo on »uch street, afiey or -ide walk, he or she shall forf-it & pay for every offence the rum of one do Ur for ever* hour after ihe tim- herein mentioned, during which snch waggr-n, cars, carriage or other obstruc tion sha I remain umemovcJ, after he or she "ball have been required >o remove the same by the -Superinternlani of Police* 3»c. II. And be it further enacted, That no person aha!: hitch, ride, lead or drive any ht>r»e upon-, or drive or take any carriage wha ever orrr, any of the paved footways nr sid.walks, unlesa when passing into, or from, the ptemi-.es of ihe. owner orocc-ipier thereof, under the penalty of one dollar for every of fenre. Sec 12. And be it further enacted. That no person shall Hnve.or cause to be diiven, tf»>y carringe whatever, within the limit* r-f ^^Corporation, out of an omiuary travel* ^ WlTgait, or io a c*rel*-s« or inattentive man yW*r; or gallop or ntharwi-e force any horse •out .»f such travelling gait Any white per son who shall transgress b-rrin shtll forfeit and ,>«y the sum of two do1 Ur* for every snch transgression; if a slave h- shall receive ten la.-bes, unless hi* owner shall pay the pen •Ity aforesaid. — See. I,*?- And WU further enacted. That if any wagoner, carter or ob-er diiver of any carriag -, -led or sieigh, shall step oi place any »uch carriage, sled or sieigh, at, or near, the in ervetion of any street, lane or alloy, in suph manner a* to cross the footway, or ptevent any foot pass.-nger from crossing the street, Uncor alley, in the direction and line of the footway on toe side of s »eh s.reet, . lane or alley, and -half nut, immeuiat> |y, on I *he request of a< y loot passenger, cause the I same to oe removed, or 'hall be absent there- • from so that such request cannut be ni*de, every person so offending shall forfeit and p«yfor evety such offence the sum of two dollars for the us- of 'he Corporation Sec. It. And be it further enacted, That if the Superlntendant of i'olice shall neglect or refuse to cause to be executed, any Law, of the Common Council which it snail be his duty to see executed, or shall neglect or ruluse to putfoim any other official duty, he -dull forfeit and pay five dollars for the ure of the Corporation for every twenty-four hours he shall so neglect or refuse ; and the Mayor is enjoiueu to cause such line to be paid Sec. 15- And be it further enacted. That no person -hail keep or make u»e of any Slaughter-House within tiie limits of the Corporation, who shall not keep the same pure am! clean—The Mayor, Upon the repre sentation of any person or per-ons who shall Consider thcin«elvc« aggrieved by the impu rity of any slaughter-house within the Cor poration, und wnich shall be represented to be a nuisance, is hereby instructed and re quired to is. ’je a summons directed to three intelligent and di>ititerested freeholders, re - qoiring of th-mto view the premises, hear me testimony, as well of the parfy complain* i *ng, of others, upon oath, &. make diligent enquiry into the circumstances of the cate, ! and if upon due investigation it shall appear i that such complaint, be well founded, and | fhey, or a majority ol them, shall deem the Slaughter.house complained of to be a nuts ance, they shall so declare it in writing and return the same to the Mayor, and the use of the »aid Slaughter-house shall thencefor ward he discontinued, - H-very perron exer cising »he trade of liutcner, whose Slaughter house shall be declared b nuitance. shall he restrained from slaughtctiug any animal within the same under the penalty of five | ''oiiars !or every rlience, and the Mayor is hereby required to cause such fine to be puiu. Set*. !6. And be it further enacted, That j every owner or occupier of »!ot, on which any necessary or privy now is. orphail be hereafter erected, shall constantly k--ep such necessary in good order, anti not sutler it to become a nuisance, tinder the penally of five dollars lor every day it shall remain in that s ate ; after n ticc m writing, and reasonable tune for remedy be given by the Superintendent of Police. Sec 17. And be it further enacted, That it any animat shall die, or be killed, and | shall t>e likely to become offensive to the in. \ habitant*, (lie owner thereof, or, if the own. ; tr Cannot be ascertained, the person in whose possession such animal shall have been at , the lime of its death, shall immediately re j in ive the same beyond the inhabited parts i of the Corporation, tiniest such animat doe* [ not exceed the size ot a cat, in which case it may be buried on the premises. Every person whew* doty it shall be to removu any such amnia*, and who shall neglect or relusc to do i:, lor tour hour* alter obtaining know* ledge of the death of *uch aniuml, shall for feit ami pay one dollar; and the Superintend ent of Police shall cause the same to be re moved at the expense ol the said delinquent, it known, and il" not known, then at the ex pense of the Corporation. See. IS. Anil be it further enacted. That no Distiller, boap*i>oiier, flatter nr other person, snail discharg*, cast, or cause to flow into any of the streets, lane*, or alleys, or o tier part* of the town, or keep in ins or her house, cell ir, or contiguous grounds, any fool or mu«eou« liquids, filih or putrescent sub.lance. Kv-ry person offending herein shall for each offence forfeit and pay one dol lar. besides the expense of removal. S*c. 12 And be it further enacted, Thai whoever shall, within the said town, hound or chase with dog«, any horse or cow, or me same r.y running arer mem: or •bull throw at them any »toiie or missile weapon to hurt or ir-juie such horse or cow, in any manner whatsoever; or »h»ll wanton ly, maiicionsly, or cruelly and wilfully wound, beat or torment »ny brute animal, shall lor each ollaoce forlcit and pay not less than two, nor more than live doiia'3. Sec 20. And be. it jurther enacted, That no Brick or Lime Kiln that; be burned with, in the limits of the Corporation, unless the same snail be at least two hundred b-ct dis tant from ar.y budding_Kvery person or persons who shall offend herein shall forfeit and pay fifty dollars* Sec 21. And be it further enacted, That no person shall dischargea«y cannon, mus ket, fowling piece, pisioi, or olher lire arm#, or any composition of gun powder, or fulmi nating powder, within the limits of the Cor poration, unless in the execu'ion of some law, or in the discharge ot some duty impo sed by Law. livery pci son so offending herein. shall, if a whi'e or free colon d per. son, forfeit and pay, for discharging a can non. five dollar* for every offence; for firing a ride, musket or fowling piece one dollar , for a pistol, rocket, cracker or other compo sition of powder one dollar ; if a vlave he »hall be punished with stripes not exceeding ten, unless the owner of such slave, di-charge the penalty; if a min *r or apprentice the penalties aforesaid shall be recovered of the parent, guardian, or master; Provided, nev ertheless, that if any person or persons shall, by firing any description of arms, as afore* #aiil, draw alter him or them an assemblage of person*; or shall, by such firing, disturb the public peace, by riot, disorder, or noi»e, every person so firing any firearms# or com position of powder, as aforesaid, or, in any wi«e aiding or abetting in producing *uch dis order, riot or raise, shall forfeit and pay a sum not exceeding ten dollars, if a free whi e person; if a minor or appreniice, the same •hall be paid by* the parent, guardian or master; and if a slave he shall roceive not exceeding thirty nine lashes, unless. hi« m >§ ter or mistress shad piy the penally as afore said : And its case of debut t ofpayov ni by j such free white person, minor or apprentice | as af.T<yae.*. they shall sever’.‘!v be i.-opns o:*etl for a term not exceeding one month • • nd moreover he bound in a recognizance with sufficient security for their good beha. vior Aud it that; Ik the duty of the Super* intendant u! Police, to call to hit aid, on < hnslmas und New Yeai’s eve's, annually, or upon any other occasion when he shall have juit cause to suspect any dltordei, a« a« foresaid, to be contemplated, a* many Cot -tav bles, or other persons, as be shall deem tilth cient for tnc purpose, whose duly it shall be to patrol the siicelf, and apprehend any person or persons having in his or their pot session any tire arms, or who shah have fired the same, and dispose of such persons a» the Law direels. Sec. 22. And be it further enacted, That in order the mere effectually to insure the peace and good order of the Corporation, the Court of Hustings are hereby authorized and reqnested to confer upon the Superin tendent ot Police, the appointment ot Police Constahle, whose powers and duties shall ho confined exclusively to enfcrce the Lows and Ordinates of ihe Corporation, at d a -o to »» point in each ward a Police Constable, whose duty it shall be to aid the Sop- rimen dant of Police in preserving the public, peace, whenever they shall be so required. The persons so appointed shall have the same feet for their services ac are allowed by law in similar cases; and shall be liable to the same penalties, lor any neglect, of duty as the Su* perintend&nt of Police i» subject to. Sec, 23. And be it further ena< ted, That all lin-s und forfeitures incurred under yhi* act, shall be recovered by warrant, or other wise, in the name of “ the President and Common Council ot the Corporation of Win chester,” and the suine paid into the Treasu ry of the Cot poralion in the manner already provided fur. Sec. 24. All arts and parts of Acts, com ing within the purview of this Act, shall be, and the same are hereby repeilt-d. Sec. 25. This Act shall commence and hs in force from and alter the first day of April oext. Passed in Common Council, March 12th 1822 A Copy.—Teste, | LEMUEL BLNT, Clerk. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. The following is the bill reported in the House ot Representativ * a, on Thursday, by Mi. R\nt, from the Com n-.ittee on die District of Columbia.— t he hill has been reported iu accord ance wi h it petition of n larg- number of the citizens of the District ami is precisely similar to the bill repuned by Mr. Sergeant, frear the Cornmit.-e oa ' the Judiciary, in the session before lost, but not acted on by th« H> use. A BILL to enable the inhabiiants 0f the District of Columbia to form a frame of government. tit it enacted by the Senate and House of flejii esenlati ces of the L'ntted Stutet of A merica, in Congress assembled, Thai the inhabitants ol the District of Columbia be. and th-y hereby are, authorized to hold a Convention, to determine whether it will ha for their benefit to have the rights of self* government extended in them, so Lr as the same may constitutionally be done ; and if they shali bo of such opinion, to form a frame of government, to be submitted to Congress lor their approbation. Sec. 2. And be it f urther enacted, That the said Convention shall be composed of 12 repcesenlatives for the city of V\ ashington, «nd ttia'part of the county of Washington east of Hock (-reek ; of eight representative* lor the town of Georgetown, -ndihai part of the county west of Ito^k Creek; and of nine representative* from the town and county of Alexandria. The said repte-enlativet to be liee white taxable maier, inhab.tents i f *did district, above the age of twenty-one yeur#, who shall he tho.en by ballot, by the fieo white ux -.bla irales, inhabitant* ofs»id di». trict, ahave the age ot twenty-one year*, on (he-day of-next under the -mpeiinteii deuce ot such judge*, at such place in each of the said town-, and subject to such other di rections. a* the President of the United Sia'es may pre.-Ciihe. bee. J And be lt further enacted, That the persons so clm-ei shall convene, rn the city of Washington, at such place as shall be fix-d by the President of the United State*, on the-d«y of-and shill organize them selves by the appointment of a presiding otii cer, and such other ofliccT* a* may be nece.a. ry. A majority of the member- shall consti tute a quorum, and th-ir proceedings shall be communicated to the President of the U riieri States, to t-e by him laid before Con-* gres* at their »ext region. [Aut Jnt. IVASHiKcroy, J\1jrch 20. A Report was yesterday m.tde inthe House of Representative*, by the Coma miltee nn foreign R elation*, of w hirh Mr. Russell is the chairman, nn iho subject of the Message of the President of the United Slates, pr- posing r re cognition, by this government, of the independeuco of the governments of South America. The report is of too great length to be published to day, but it shall ap pear in our next. It is an able jnpo', which was to have been expected. Its conclusion correspond with the gene ral views presented in the Kxcett.is n Message. I'he arUivl independence of 1*.? <•!•« vernmenlp of Mniro, ChIriii! i« ; |5u< ■ uos Ayres, Chili, and Peru, is to be established heyonJ a qo. The result of the whole examiouli-n <u the subject, is e.n unanimous 05,in u. nu th* pert of the committee, th„t “ it isjn>t and expedient to acknowledge tho independence of the several nations of Spanish America, without any refer ence to the diversity ia the forms of their government*,’* and in necoriUncn , with this opinion, r.n appropriation of !one hundred thousand dollar*, to car ry into eiTeet tho dipU — v.:< !; fm-p/>.'■, is rcc'.'net: 'ir!: ?.