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" . 75 5- 11.1 1 nwlJ m h bJievnl MM.Ua in 4 crofaaiiv uraaJi-J i:h mrh fcifb fptl pnn!eJt t trt th un wf The aa-Iety. tbt t!ie" or fjar ha3Jre4Uii4Mwiuil meet tie Ie tntni, were vii'ia to tniit dotiatioa to that atBoanU "l'be ae bera rf ei eX aaJ all but ttrtfeir dhiriht! ih fc lr tf theta.' ri I b' plrd ta the h inJ of. the prtjer 'perit U 9 thnti. time. TroaV fte tt or Saite lanii-1 l.e which I now have, and the ea'la- 4in niie: whirh 00 doubt will brar il-1 VIf UirotiH. there are tet in tli eouaty ' ...., . . of Onn-'e TOO faiuiliea Ui'titule of the D!.h. T.us i a atardin focL Th StVty it wiltini an 1 anxiont that the eannty ehould be aapplieJ; they hare the BiMca j co'inti? u;py any more to m ordes we pay fte thrniand ewe;neni!y the, d ia mb liioa tuufl slop mJeM fundi are pro- tided. . . . ill - m m m lest Uie tiVors ol ;c tns;.iet tn wWei I have bren rn-isyed. f 1iate had a firopprtunitr to examine the moral ffln lMonJOnn' Thns whn . f I rial ariih mill anil nir rliMM Af'snd thai it all. Aud into the handa of aoristy hate liule or nt i lea f iho rtJ ,nJ ch. '-"b'. paper will go. ewliiioa of the poor and the definite. Even in the rhurch there are many whose I hire ruiieJ t!iem. and een them ajhf,art 'l a'd and et nlracl while thoy Ihey are. I Iiate aat dawn with them in j !3i h PW- a J "" .v ffora their wretch?d Vdea of p.iveriv, and anserous ihinff. at llie fame Uir.e inak had a fair p;rimen of those whoni Cod "S ,uu', pnfifiona of religion, end lay. hia rininnii.ld a m reme;nhcr. It is ' X clai J t! e g''n -f heaven. The frei invto l!ie rwe that not one mender. church ,,aa ') 5'gce4 with tf the fa'tiily Lnovre a letter -in the book; an ! in am fjmilie I d) not think" there r.u!d have been" found a" pifre of pnper " " ...... th.:t had a lcttrr on i:; and in munv of t.i-?;n, where there are women and chil dren, if eteiy article of emnfort which Ihffy po"s?s on earth, whether il be to i; dnn!;, sleep on, or w?ar, were sold. lh.y w.rjl lnthri!iit!reedti!lirs. Ttfink 4i thi. y la-Jie f Orange, who mote in r ;jfti t'iro 14S your pninird par. hi-, d "C Mats.! wui p.vfe.inj jewel; re j-olleet t'lal win!. vo-i lath tht best dain- i tus tf the laid, many ol y-ir own t-ex, not in h? interior of Africa, nor iti ih plains of Sia n, hut in the ennnfy of Or a i?e, are dra; ring nut a wretched exist enc in pnreny aud waul, nnpitied, tin thought of and unknown, and whn would ba thaukM f.ir eten the crumbs that fall ai"sa vgi uiuit am j " wa tm-i- iw share 6me of -f obr " good things' with them! Will you not send them I he Iti- bit, that Wesed book to which yotf are indebted for all that yon are? Will you not follow the example of the two young ladies who, on the recital of thee facts, drew from their fing-r their ting?, and presented them. to be disposed of nr.lbe benefit of Ute destitute of Orange? Each ons received a' Bible to'-present with their own hinds to those who had none. Such a nobb example is worthy to be follow ed by et ery lady in Orange ia'lhe world. 1 have" found almost iw c?ery case a willingness to possess the Bible, and a disposition 1o hear every thing I might ay. by war of instfueuon or advice; and very often I have left them" in tears", pro ntiin to do better and mend their lives. I am persuaded that if this class were no ticed inore, and aJvUed by those who move in a higher circle of life, it would anna pro-Juce a happy change. It is the duty of ministers to visit them. - If our Saviour was upon earth as he once was, in-Head of smoking his pipe and Iwnging about, he would be visiting the poor and f!ieletituie. prearlung to' them ihe ffos-' i't'l of peace. - n w 9 . i hWe people are almost entirely from under religion iiiflnetire; and behold their r.Mi lition. If the influence of the Bible will civil. ze the heathen and tame the wild avge, will it not brifg up from da gra.!aiio:i a:ul woe our own countrymen, who are silling t.iulef the shadow of (rtatji, surro i tided with a world of light? Thire aie hundreds of children now rii-ing up atnoug this class, and as free schools are feeing placed within the resdh of aH, t!ie ehUJi-en f ttvtn hundred a Ktttes are preparing to read the" Bible Htatl we not f eud it to them! What a field is here open for c!ui"tian extriioii! and where is the man or woman who professes to love God, but who wiil glo ry ia bearing some part of this noble cn terprize!. In order to carry out the great chris tianeuterprize, the necessary means must be had. God has n( placed in each j inrter of the globe a treasury with an inexhaustible amount to carry it on: but he has innle a depoite in the christian hsart. Benevolence is one of the fruits of t!rc 'christian religion. The power of figure! is fo weak, M e'ntimpraie the a n. mat of money that hit betn used to e.irry otil Ihe gospel thus far. From w hence has it coma! It h the fruit of 1 christian benevolence. Il i the mighty i It is the low price of oiir -C.igitie tinder God that lias inmed the ! i l!ta inimad.ate and on-i ', r!lt 'iiil.i.a r.r M..e.t,.t ra n. . ' I -'...Miui t.iv,- n.iii-1 . ci - .t - . leen centuries. It was litis that broneiu the g -tel to u, for we must reuietnher ' I t.iat 'it art o.i!y ehrit'unnel heathen. AiJ o'ir social Hud religioud priviledgsof wiiici W3 imast, are but lh-j happy eifocts of .c-iritiaa benevolence and iisi msrv e t!prpriz9 It is this that has planted tiie s'. i'ilatj of the cross i.i heailieti landi. 4 t;l sends lo the eu U r.f the earth the hvustoiiary of Christ. By it ths Tra-u rtf-lir dilTimit Uitf hv r wt pmrh the CopI to the poor, u .bral th brolea- hetrted. la preach deUttnne to ih eip tire, rrrorery of eight to t) Uind. tod ta art at liberty tho that are braiafd. t'oulJ we ratcb at oae t if w th roil iioa. of temple built aa4 dedicated ta the living Cod; fate epon their lofty pire bathing in the rtnad, aid pointing to opper world: eoutd we bear the lha f 1 ti ...1 k.kAi 1 it,. ." "' ftiherinf logeihrr of the people; we n,:h arer pki-o of thee, O tiy of timl. How wa it bailtf . By iu nuiarraic 01 rnnciiin riirniriH e. W ho have Lot Uieir aid in eany u g on this wighfy worV! , While the "king and prii res of tlie earth Ua-ealaeked their eoflrr and pnarrd out t2Mir gWe trea fWc; tUe poor "Vidow and the humble alare. bate east In their mite. Tlwy hate lire d to act their part in their age and ge r.eraiinn, and hatin; CUed p the roea eure of their dava on eardi gave plare for ! ihoee who wrre In f.-Ilow ihcin. U'tl in J ? f ,! U ;er ,,ar ,wpn !tose who ,0, " Iar ''" r"n fih-nmia wo;k: they have lived and died. such persons. , Hut notwithstanding this dead wei-jiit, her coure hat been onward and upward. 'I hey are like the old man who M "Tliauk Cod for a free salva tion; 1 hate been in the rhun h fourteen years and it has co! me biit twelve and a h-lf cents." But there sre many w ho. villi armour brieht, tae their stand high in the battle's f ont, and beneaih the wind ing folds of the banner of Christ, tdiout tho victories of the erne. Such persons have alw:iva ad-'rned tlie church, and bv f' m t; iuaip!i-s of 1I10 gnrpil have been won: ami to such Una call will not be made in vain. And niw, reader,-will you help! This matter depends upon yw.. There are many who ran give ten dollars; hut any amount will he thankfollr received. Do not ask how, t;et tvilLdoi-asli yourself how lunch can J give; and beiore you bu lb's paper down, resolve in your mind the amount, and make it your business to present it at once.' Thn-e who' live at a distance ran send it by mail, if no other opportunity offers. U'i'l not aft the friends of the cause awake" up and rush to the rescue! or shall we fold our hands,. tit down,.and let the work stop! 1 now commit the matter to you and to God, re minding you once more of the seven hun dred families in Orange destitute of the Bihle. , . ,. Dr. O. F. Long, ofllillsborotigh, will attend to all monies designed for the So ciety. JOHN A. M'MANXINT, Ditribhting Jlgcnt fur Grange co. Mat H 1813. COTTON. We do not know a more forcible argu ment than that contained in the following article, to show, the fallacy of Mr. M' Duffte's theory, that the tariff of 1828 ope rated as a ta of 49 per cent, upon the great staple of ths South, and that the price of cotton .was thereby reduced in that proportion. That tariff was modi fied, and gradually reduced, until it de scended below the revenue standard, ahiT yet the price of cotton was not favorably affected; instead of the price being .ad vanced, it gradually sufilt, until it is now below the actual cost of production. Thi.i, twelve years ago, appeared to us the natural tendency ot'ihe policy advo cated in the South, and it was therefore that we advocated a more liberal policy towards manufacture! s and mechanics. thereby to divert the labor of the coun try to other and mnre diversified chan nels. Subsequent events have confirm ed s in this opinion. Fri in 1'ie M;!ici'gcvi!!a RtrorfJer. It must be obvious to all, lhat matters' are. coming to a crisis wan the cotton erowmsr coutllrv. Cotton- t -) made with profi. (even small profit) at the I r -I . . .a u.cidc jinr: m preseni eiop. Ana , sonaUy. fiS euienained ihe highet-ttegard that an advanced price wiil be permanent-Uml for the honorable gentleman: ly maintained, so long as tite'prescnt over ! he merelr considered bun a humhng ii supply continues, is an opinion, we think.1 a P.ckwiektaii noini'of view. T.lear. , a wise or a prudent man will neither he-! I I ! a .. . sri.-.t lieve nor act on. Ultal IS t!!6 miKC.tll it treoiuuv! What if l.ta i.nniau.aie and o'lviou en-ise? ft: - s iiiai vu Kciij jci maract rrea: v mure , l.a 1 . I a thano t'- poe our tfien.t, lit- r?a,lcr, wish-id to buy ; wickian c.mstf uennn Cfieer.' a hat which he Leed.-.-i, an.l had n more i , . nitmey thai! he had use f..r. ; While ttn-i Aiodern PoU'ici Capt-ng Sufomnn d(?r e:ich rircunstatr-es. Us would. rpadi-J Jumper, f the ai:o.iner "Two P lies," ly.givea fair price for one hat, let him'gtie Jong c.'.mhii of ht p-d tii-a! bring. ak himself what would be his nmse if tng nP. fesutn md subatn.ee ol whtelns t.ie hatter ureil upon him the sale of half a doztin. and ail for his own use alnn.-. Would he be wiilii; t5 give the sains! depreMed priet of roue, tad by eay tolereaee the femedy foe it Ibe iatmeoio avpply over tlie demaad is the etil; te frtit nirtai'ment cf Ute prm!aet and aapply, is the obvious an the only remedy. , ... Yet in the fteeof iheee irrefotible feu, andrhile we are aufertaf en aorely from the effects ol their onerstion. the whole f ottos growinj ertioi" of the Satan t this moment pattir.f forth iu eteiy eaer gy to mereaie the" etil by magnifying its ranee. Front all ammntf a larger ertp of cotton will be punted this year than was even last; ani te mult, ?x is ml obtions, roost be , but another year of withered hope and disappointed experts lion. This perliapa is sreefary, to make such an impression on the public mind as will force it to turn iu attention ertoflfhr and prtecally to the discoirry of neW sources of wealth, and to their ae tit and energetic det elopement. And when the- public deierminatim; is distinetr lr brot'ght to this point, we hate nn fear. UttrodttcUre labor will no longer mock the hopes of the plough, or paralyte the arm of the art izan pros peri y will onee more gild our paths, and happiness g'ad den our hearts; for comfort and cotnre. tPitee.will be lha assured reward of man ly inJjstry, and content (their ttfual at tendant.) the associate of our urecijcs Hitherto the advisers and advocates of the views we hate stiggerted. have labor ed this suljert without heart or hope. Cut advrrtiiy is an rOVctivo though a stern adviccr; and it will force attention on our people 10 this vitally important J subject, indifferent si they have been in times lees rigid. And so important d we deem the public eojjmlrralinn of tins matter, ilmt we de-sign to devote at latt a portion f our lime atul labors in ur ing it on our people. The first and main point i-rio ascertain a substitute J hbor which will nnl only dl t the Ut of our main product by diminishing its qnan tity, but supply in oin measure an equi talent in value for the nro-biri thus di j mini-hed, even at a fair price for the ar- tide. T his, we think, can bn discoter rd; and 10 this we pr. rof e to some ex- lent to dirrct our attention, and to urge ine aiienuon 01 our reaurrs. EXCITIM) DISCUSSION. "0 "tlrr trtim tmte ertl -nt the rc queni and rubcidona scenes nhieh ieeir in Cowgiess,- in our Ste legislature,' jn political route', aitil tyen inpiia e Ctr rUs. How iiiititidi al flv itt'o a fury, and call ech )! r l ard -e ane ; n4 strong Imois sif ihmwit out' tht nothing ean settle ibe diferet'cea but Cuff e sod PifM:!-! Hww friend imerpufr the en rig d persons are brougblttt shake I trnJ. attd the matter ia finally settled to the hon or of the particularly intr Sled, ami ti Ihe siifjM-tiun of all parlies. Such trrnes ets so silmiraMy burlesqued in the fullowtng sketch from Bz, that we ciu not refrain fiom publishing it. though, most i robaMv, t'i gteat oiasvf our ra der have seen it before, lie tnuit hate been an.eye-wiiness to some such sccte as be detetibes: Hot. lies. M. Blotton, of A'g.t. toss to order. D-d the h-'n-nnhle l'iek wn k'ttn nllmh? to hitr.? (Ciea of Or!er," Chair." Yes.' "No," Go 011," Lea.e ofT." &e ) Mr. Pirknick would nmli'eput utV lo be put down by eUtnor. lis had allud ed 10 th- honorable genriemai. (Great cxctteroei.t.y Mr. Bi.tt-in would only sty then, thai he had repelled the hnn. gen false" a'ud stmrrrlotis aerttsa'inn wi.h prnfnund con tempt. ( Great cheering.).' The honor able gem.-was a litrvibug. I.nmei- rontston. ni inutl cries of "Chair, and "Oidir." '" Mr. A; Snoitiras rote tn order. lie threw himself upon the Chair. fHear. lie wished to know whether this disgrace ful entii between to members of that elubshotdd be allowed I c.niiinuf . IIea-J Hear j ' Tlie Chairman was qui'.e sure the lion. P.ekwickt-on would wuhiha jr the exf.iei sion he had just mad - ti-c of. .M'.' Blottiin, with all tssbl9 re'pct j for the Cli-iir, was quite lure lie would j n:-t. The Chairmai JVI t it his inoperative do ty in demand of the h-nnra'tlc gftidcmn, wlttlier he had nsedtrfeexireniin t lite It had jut "escaped him'. in itsrnniin nsfne Mr. Blotioii hd no hesitation in syinz hat bad not he had used the-word fin in ni-mirKiait tense, t ttesr, tieur J "i uj it a n 11 nitu trttrri irnt itci j lie wa b.nd 10 a kn wln.lge that. )i r- . - ,ear. I - . - Mr. Pie k rk f. It mut U uralifiei! be ihe fnir, r;ind;d, and fuil ealanatinn of hi lnnrM t.t-J- I'a i.-.,..,t . ,. k- . one im, or.mn. ik.i in...... ,.k..,i a iimr isrru fii.eir ill tMi'iru tu ijw-ir w l if tat ia lows: Niiir. I have llmirn inn ottial mv origin ij.'sud what baa betn my p.diti. oewe. uit kit sese too 01 iff oUm t sf ta fie wur'sf m4 immux'J sewtoenry I ssa a J Broua H uAble ttt, axd ibea II o4m xvuIm lu. leet aid a rd of tbe e it " Sirrficnl pptratim mnJ MetmnUnu A trry iftUietic ad sitjctery it ott.Btira ia of tbe t ak of the tic ihflittare la Surgery,-s iboB os Fii dat Iat. A yoasg laity bo has bee4 atreassd ior a loag time i'b pe!ifp$ in ber oom. bad it rr moed while ta ibe nsagac ie teep.- She was put ia'o t'.at sats by Or.Cb' be, enj the operation performtd by Dr. it. Fair, ia prtnce of )r. T. WcU sod sesial OtLer peraon. )uri the operation. wt.icb i a terr paol-l im axdiakr.lT, she einl ao J mp'cm of eonaciobtnfat.' I be tair I as reMed be laceratteg it with the frceriod taken so ay by pieces, and Dr. FV informs es thai l in eatonlly ted moit f'ree than nsaal, to test tbe em Hef lU iaeasbititr. I.nediatcly Iter, a catted mealtir probe wa patted into bar thrrsi ihrmgH the ros til wih out be 1 Cii'cWf at a'l 1 U lien die hat ror ion ws renied. her oraan of mirth' fuUttt was ese l'J nl ahe Uuehrd 1 lenly, and tunt was txe.trd and ah.liiadrarivrr, so ss H be in ili..cii tig. A'?er bWt'ing oer. her arms were hoilipsialized fry Dr. O bh, n l leii ao. iir wa 1 ipn awskf iiru. i.u.i j tw n-a w- d to tinut their iijMl.ty and ihwh-.d liy hd been atofaeiHrdv lea-cit. when b wee friitt.d by the o;Mf4tr. AH lf - 1 nil wrie riniicil 01 iheai-ea.ni tb eanerient. an I we ltae Vttt auth-'tiiv id ihre tliyfii' for tl.n null tf the hote repr.it Ufhtmbig ( S ( .) CWjnide. llneceoihitUhtJ lutein TleChai. Icsi.m 1'oi.rn-r ol Turx at, ein a n an expose i'f a grsMl seniiinlrel, who wf'i. tii iliirej n t f mmunilv theie a Dr. Vherh HVJtppteton. in t.e dig.iise nf Bpt lumi-ler and r'ee'a'iri r on totd htiaenre,' He ingratiated himsi-ll into the g'd graces nl a wid.iw lady, a men;. I.r a latiitly whuit hpttaliy be en j yed. and ran away with Iter, Juti af wt be itsppeared with the ticttm of bis ait, a letter reeeived Irom New Jer sey. gttii'g a portion ef l.tH-try. which showed bun lo be one r.f the tery wofl ofmen. The fust we bate nfbim it ai Rirhmoiid, tiidian,-where be seed bid y-CieM-eri hi wnfe, went Eat, mttrtt d a young lady whom he lived with for a slmri time,' and drieited. He rrturiifd t. I tliaot; and f. hit wtf,- feigning re peiitanee. He induced bet to go Wth him to llliiit-i-i. thf hfi her g. in, rime in flew Jei.ey, where, ae a Uapiistmin ister, he moved in good society, and mar. neu ne I'autt.iT 01 a retpeeiarne anI wi.rthy gentleman of New Ihuuswiik He tiMn left for ihe S-mth on a tern, pr ranee and rtltg'otts mission, and in Cltark-atuo won t:.e aff. ciious of the lady befo.e meiitinnid, ahmn he will in itttn dcseit. The guise ol a minuter hs been bia cl dsen chsreter. fiil appear, ing as Metliiii'isl, then as Bp it. If is to be hoped that so urcc-sll a villain .will not go loiifer nnpuntshrd. lis' ia said to be f tery !io.inu'ie size, aed rather emaciated, and ibai for ihefe pe Culiaritit'S be may be known among a thotii.iid. People esnnot be too cautious w h regard In ihe nim-r.tmg classei. The Charlrrtoi: Courier hopes ihe dis ci, sure of ihe iniquity of tht man, will caue ur ctt zens. who have been sj of ten dceireif, t. be mme eau.inus in t x aritiniitg i tt: the ch .rcifr .f it ntan-a befoie taking tht in ii.tv their eonfidme. l et. i'f. Important to Cotton Go?rrr. Byihe ikiifwf ar-blteatinn of acteiiee tn the nil. tore i,f the cott.m p! j.nt. D;, Cloud, of A I- ab-tm. ha 'turret tied i t growing fuitr .',fs the q.umity of co.ton oti an acre t.f ntoon I it,. I lu ..... It.. . I . . 1 " " iii-iiy iiiH.ie 11 inai conn i. h. i- It.. ...-.I 1... : i.t. ..t: n zz ? . ? werir, aim wum some pr cent ioe per pound than -the aternKe staj le. Df. C is publishing tfi die AHvny Cn. titaior an account of the proce by which he is able to produce such iirtportant re sults. Hi nf sys-em f eu'ture high manmirg. and Mixtion ol nps, are its essential el-oienns is exciting great in terest at the S mth. Dr. C. harvests with great certainty SOfSO pounds of cotton In-m each a"ie in cultiv Mini, w hit h is wnrih 111 these iime,e 7 cents per poind; giu g him C3j0 s the unntihl ofoifu.-i ..1 i ..- v, taii.i. i hi- mimi rt.i ivatea hy j u wna, niiiie in iie aiala til n .inre. ' n .tute, j ex'remely poor sod sirtde. A correapwdflei.t nl the St. I.oui- R puhhen writes Iroui Ilutlittgion, I ni a, a -fiitoWS -ToeSfctetary (O H W.Siii'l)mei with a I itijhable ariiiem a few days tn -e. I sty laiji-ate, bfcaiue it umu f.ne.l.Iv tlliitrate the intnerable policy of Govern m-iit U wa ohl ged ti dat on the l -H'.l ofli!e at 1) ihuque, 25'J mites up atrcMio, f..r ihe paj?tnen!a due i ,d Vidtiuls s per approptiatj.nl of the LcqMamre, and l curs-, as nsvigalifM had not o.iei ed, he was obliged tu wag.m" n (joW'. H. bitb suited Lrrt aifrty 10 dy. Xn&aih JfcttW Tbe ri y t U e tin alfspiieffifWl.bSo3 '' are by a e lWoforo k aoVra. 1 ipreI j iU queti,.n. f rrr ud. n lie city rtbs. oitie thirty odd tfcoai d liars arr ted bjr tbeeiiy toswiie tbe location of jjjf k. bnajs Loodoa papers to Ui tht &ie Capitol Tl ttepidiatioiWIj8th and IJterpool to the Sih. I as gl Bp at oCct t tbe Ilff j la tl.e Ilouae of Irds on ihe 7th Ienl ler, the Stkte rP" d was ssrpMitcd.TjronfTiam trotJght forward his tamk. by its nbtdt HJurBee. Tbo rH, booster. Las sdaaiMiatertd a nbuWoie eorirrtioa t tSe til eckesseis. Alt ibe .tf eaadtdaM,'ia fator of pertef tbe pitlhe faith, ere eler ted. Tbtote for Mater was for 1MI. (Wkg) 227, Crtlb. (U F.J Repediator. 358; II U j.ity 49, Mat year ibe IM-fm earned h ei'y. Coernrr Foid icud f r tle Ilepodiater's itcke'. Tl rendiaiion of lha e ty dVbl was ndibiet!ly intended ss te eneiing wri'ge t Uc abo!iie icrtd.at-nn td H e Sa edibt. Cihanlut Journal. ' Xr. FUtthtr H'tbthr bs aritd in nne. bating irtifiKd Ins t Rice of Chief C ek in tl.e Drpat imcct cf S.ate, and reetitrd his cminiien st Srriril. r ! Legtiion in iho ('bint mittion. ; lie will m -ke humti'iti rr'l for jeiiher 10 j in Mr. Eitretvn ' ahiMi'.d arrepl Ids appniuiatent of M eis. i ter, or i. f r. crrd n un it. p-in.n f' j ma j ui rii;i n u tii h -i n : fy rt inipOtlOg ISXea Oil 2W trStrrtSul, kr iheli.c it. It nmt ihrr-tiirr te nr.)and thus pirj:diring the staple trade trd V i ten m at it i !.c tei tt.'o .f the .ca giving advaniaje to the foreign ittaaufje M. K-errilsbfwIddr-Iiijrri. ! n n.ei.t, ineiie cm tlir app.t i.tinMii. lo fit ihe yr,i.ry wuhoui dtv. Jhiton Patty .Mvtrtiter. 7 It Fare from Allany to UoUcn on I tlie Western Kail Road has been reduced W 9i for the firsl class carnages, and f2 !5 for the tecoi.d class. A SINGULUi PHENOMENON. The Grreitstil!e(Tenii.) MtsctlUnyof ihe 39 h ubtmo. sty: On SSuoday nght last, b.r eight 0 clorfe, there was seen in ibe snuth-aet fern sky a. luminmis bll, to appearai.ee two feet in citcamfeieuce, runsianilj emtt'trg ima l oirtrors" from one or the ether side fit. Il eppertd in brightness 10 onr.l Ihe gre s luttiiiary of day. On its fin t af.peatai.ee, il waistat'imaiy one or f o mh.u'e; then.a qu ck as thought, 11 ioe appatf htly ihitty bet. and pued then (-h in ihe point from whence it fared, and continued t peiform this mo tion fr shout 15 times. Then it moved hrrrni!tat nbuot the same distance, and for, nearly the aame space if lme. At length, ii ssun.ed its firai position; then run again prrpendtc ulaily atom tiV ! ' aod i niained rntew hat stationary. ctn.inuing to grow Itit for an hur atid a qua iter, when It entirely disappeated." FLORIDA. A n article in the National Intelligen cer, condensed from the St. Autnistine Re.! Dtibiican. furnishes the fuIfoin intelli.t lowing gence from Florida: , The tide of emigrt:on is fast flowirg into FloiiJa.- Alieady it is supposed that ncaily a?l the giant of two hundred thou nd acres ol land mde by Government is taken np. The following setlemenis are already rst.bt ahed In the southern section of the Tenitory: Chueaeha ta," which is within thirty miles of Old Tarn- pa; Uonies'ie, distant fiom Cedar! Key about fifteen mile; " AH.fi ., abtii seven miles below Tropa. on the esicriii shore; and the Msmtee,' si the mouth j of Tampa. On this last seulement ihey have ort.nge tires, lime trees, a ereet ta riety of grspes. the ohe, and most kinds of tiopiral fruits in a s-nte f culuvition. Seera1 other se tlemrnts he been com- tnenced along lha coast, s.iu h uf 'St. A u , cu-tnie. j Em g, ants are I kewise fluwinff in and 1 ... a ! siititue in the tietn tv of ;. Si ln , . . -. ,rvr,.lwr j-tM,,.nv,e ): uur iieigMmihotMl is brisk unh t. iler. If ti e tii.e of enn.r4iinn. with me jndnccmentt extended by (intern- n ent and the serenity of climate and x- uiirrsme 01 inceol o.,r soil. Cftutd be turned rwsrd. l londt, m , fnw fleeting .would erlipse ,he Far TV est in p..p. liltherws years ulation and eoiiiuierce. Vetera! t.tpogiaph:e.I rngineers i t ihe United Stati s atiny Imve been iH 14. mty engaged nieyipg fle country itv ti e ... .,1. .. .. ' . . . . ... -fc. ... , j.. I(,i, nv orijcr i-t tin. in iM tii military p.,.i in tWtieu.iVv. 'lr sre pteterrrij ih on li e we-i.i-rii shore ofj ilv opt-ff.te Cids. 1 ! rirpi h-iv,- am) wail P t is a hull ami iiuft-ii.it. ! , , , . " j . g l.ea.1 and,- w.f, a, anelmi.ge 10 te,.J It iu. I. ..a 1 . -'jj.. irn i'i wner,'Wittta Dui.t sli'ir. VtMf" coinifiir tn from -Eginunt l-lan i 'ar.v lifte nT.et of wt-f over the h-r. (hi i'n ep-it i- is proposed erect a pHr. m ineni pBt, with anbfsHti,l brick buinN n.'s It is shorn twenty-five miles from Tampa, in a directum iicmly utt:htest by wet. The nronge g'tivVs Fi.irid 1 tnve been viMtuddur ngil.e pastyei hv the r-.ses ol Mti iiiseci which ibreatiua'the t0ta! tie- di.l4 tle peaiatbla H FUrda. it (w. of itirnilirg rcp'et!j tie aa.Lrta,f tie mh.le taioa ailU the n t.l,t0l aedl.s.. rtt.lnltl LATH FUOU ENGLAND. 1 he packet ship EnrUnd. for a rote of thanks to Lord A liberie for hatin j successfully fgo'u'ed die recent treaty with America, fie re capitulated the leading incidents ia tits the history of the boandsry disputes lei tween the Iwo ronstries, ia'lhe reune cf wuicn no was tery severe ca Oea. Vmt. ,The mouon baring been debated attem length, was carried witlieut a division in the Iloaae Commons Sir Hubert Peel expresied his regret thir be couM nol give any saiifactore infarmatioa with respect to the progress ia tlie form, lion of commercial treaties with other countries. lie was etea doubtful whe ther or not it was politic, to pursue loo far the system of negotiating for recipro. ca! eoncetsions, instead of pursuing a itidepem'cnt course. In the House f Lorda, on the 7ih, Lord Momtagle trotighl forward hi mo tion for returns of cotton and wool itn. ported 111 each of the last seven rears a. a .as. a a . . , tle amoont of the duties oaid on a ssme. with a tiewol showing the jmpulK Faaxcr. The nuptials of die Prin cess Clementine and the Prince ef Goihs will like place at FonuinWeau on tlie '.'Cih instant. No fetes will be given, at the Hoval familr are still too much affWt. ; ed for such rejoicing in ct.nsequer.ee of the death of tlie Duke of Orleans. I'tsstA. -A letter from St. Petersburg of the 16th ultimo, published ia the Ca zrtte dee Tribur.anx, states that the Em peror of Russia has granted a full amrtei ty to a number i f Poles exiled to Siberia, or ihe intcr.ni of Russia, for the part they had taken in the revolutions of Mo vetnber, KZO. FROM HAYTL. Tl.e new Gurrrnment of Tlayti hat been rstkbtished ttfider Gen. Ileraid, who made a triumphal eetry into Portau Piii.ee on the 3 1 et. at tie haad ol the revolutionary army, 10 ihe rtt mbrr of UN leen thovtar.d. Th general, ihe ptttici pal fcffieer, and the troop. psed under a triumph d srrh, and ibe whole peputt lha o the city gate itself up to ibe moil unbounded and tX'ratifnnt deffionitrt lime of Joy. The gand Tt Ikvm wi chanted at the calhedial, srd at n;g'ittl,e whole ei'y wts brilltmify illuminited. ! President Boyer, tflfinai', and the old t'ff.Vert weie all deposed by proclamation for treason. The nmie ol the capital (Pori aH-P.inee) was 10 ba changed to Por t Rep old en. A -tlf r ' A letter fn-m a Boston gentVtran, it l d ,l h' c"" 29,1 tlnrto, s.yi. a iii'Mif omr t tilings, i:ia- " Colonel Tiiuni, whoromTandedths srsentl, had thrrsr.ned to blow it tip be fore he would surrender. This alarmed the inhabitants, and about in-tlirdsnf them desertt d the place. He kept the lown in this state for tun day, and abont aeten oMork on the second day, sei'ed l.irr-sell in Hie magnzine with poe der strewed a'l tround him, anJ spjhed ili match. The STnliiainn ti-n trrmemlilUf. The arsenal was nearly in the centre of Ihe tiwn, and neatly all the 1 window s within six hundred y throw 11 onen. and nir.e atnnea doors and yards were thrown open, and some stones weighing iwo bundrrd pounds site throtrn fie hundred feet. The arsenal and fifcm other bi.ildmjs were bun f. bnt the iid b.ekily blowing towards ihe water. fl unes were stopped. Ti e insttrgft.t tieneral. Rt-tiere, a formerly ieulennl rolonrlof a regiment, quartered in this InUVn aa.l. a.. u t t 1 I l ...i.'rr ..MiiiHarUI Olt,0:onet linn.'. d u u,. un eo..id not brook t)e iibaof ,!.; him..f,.n Hhi junior oineer, and hrnee his tesolutim of blowing h.mflf up with the a'seosl. it is related ol iM. .fi.,1. Tntiro (nli.. 1, a black.) that, twenty el.l.l years g.., he ws one cf Chripl.e' eommwiofefs. smI of nun blood thtrs'y cha.aeter. When Christophe ge no tice of ht d. tpunin .'i,,n tb tit s riy all ill mt.!at'te on the lelarut, tht gneral. who hd a rnultm wife ei.fl three children, went I 'une, ihrtt l j wife, and d.iUnd all his e!i!i.a(,, bfin out. He thru wrnt t- U.e Ki-.j. r, u,Iitned him o! what lis l.a ) i!oae. and Cl.na opii, . enraged t iho reilat of t....i. 1 .ir... k nut ...i, ,.t .1 . 1 .;...., - ii c innruenr sues whh ui You ay ,m,,.,e ha,',. neo.da feUat- OKVing i c't a enmmander. "The Panioi nnnv left rts aho)l 'week since, marched to Port.au Prince, winch they entered without reposition, aud from t'irnre wiil miiirh lo tlie Cape. d i' !St. D-mingo city. They piohahly fi(l ri j p.jii,m. n ntnOrn ieiiti.ihs f the pe.ij.fe are in fawr of change 1 fgneron.ent. Ah the men hsc w nh the atiiiv. an'tl p nimbly rtolhi'-t? till be do te l..i "to tnottthsi M iB"1 !c.r ittuin."