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1 be state of »ff«*‘rs in Jf*l**d fcre™ more \
an*] more alarming ; even a rebellion was foreboded. Troops were pouring into the minted district. it was stated by Air. } ee!, in the house of Coin moos, tbai out a I day* ‘bat body had been engaged in busmen, 49 ot them had been occupied :n •|.e discutwin** ot Irish subjects Mr. Alexander Stanley is appointed (\ n'fdroMrr ot the Customs lor the i-ori , Loeipool. m piace of Air. Uigty, re* ifcin-equence of an unexpected failure of th* gaih rm* °* huPs li,*s y°ar’ a Cun.* liderable rise bad taken place in this arti* c]h ; new hops tro.n 14 to lo, and old liuin 3 io 10 shilling*. \ Biu-sels article of June 20 says—‘the crioce of Caning, sun of Lucieu Bona narle, and his young wife, set cut this at* :rrUoon tor Antwerp, where they will eu.* iark for the United States of America,— I’tiey m’er.d to remain two or three years <o that country.* Eciract from Madrid, June 29 *Kv*ry day the details respecting the king*' J mruey are ratified, fits majesty, ^vM»tt *’J* by tand, went to sleep at U* •r?<. It appears that he was accompnn* rlj Sy only three Spanish grandees, the roiniuisot Santa Cruz, the duk*tof Hijar, a,, i 4ener.1l Palatox. I he escort, which accompanies the kutg. is said to have been uttered to proceed to the last extremities ii I).- s-uid attempt to e*c»pe. ‘The departure from Seville was so pre cipftate, that the Cortes left some millions ,n money, a greit deal of plate, and pait 0t the artillery ot their troops. Most ot Ihe counsellors of $la e have remained at Seville, as well as about 30 deputies, and 2 or 300 office m, incensed at the violence to the king. It i* adirmed that wlien the consli'utional regency notified to the km£ the hour >t his depar’ure, it made use o’ iije word 'you,' in addressing his uia J^ V* . ..„ . •y.nerai noMesoune, insteaa oi enter mg S;*v iHe, wh ch is at some distance hum 'he high road to Cadiz, was prepa. nog to march rapidly to Port St, Mary’s, to overtake, it possible, the rearguard oi yene**al Ziyas- He commissioned gen. Bourtinont to occupy Seville, and then to rejoin biiu on the hay of Cadiz. ‘ The new municipality of Seville has sent a dep tiv to VI a Jr id to acknowledge tin regency * From (he Farin Journal. There is no longer any doubt respecting the kind ot republican revolution effected at Seville ; it is a regency that has been established, as we first stated Thus the Sy.».n3r l>* nave to c noose between a regen cy winch h»$ dethroned their king, and a reg ucy which marches to restore to him hn liberty and crown; between a royal a 1 runis'rotinn silting at Madrid, and a de ni >cn c c •uveotiun established at Cadiz; between a principal of order and a source ct ♦ai-chy. No honest man will find any diiikulij in making bis election. THK GRUKKS AND TURKS. Lve Frankfort and o'her German jour »*•- hid been received in London, They rim ain sundry reports in relation to the atfurs of the Greeks and Turks, but no thing that can be depended on, A Frar.k inrt payer of June 18, s’ates, that while the TurJsb fleet is gone to try its fortune in anui ier expedition against the Greeks, loe co mnan lers in Macedonia begin to cot'ecr troops, in order to drive a w .y l ie Gieek soldiers who have spread thn iiseires in Thessaly. According to the latest accnun’s, however, the Turks new Larissa, of which fortress they con Vi" ly kept posaes-ion, do not exceed 4 00U ii>en Ji had been reported, and the report w -s ih crated in letters from the Turkish tmntieis, that the Turkish fleet soon after »( quitted the Dardanelles bad been attack* e toy'he Greek fleet, and very roughly tundieJ ; oat the Greeks had even cut ofl (he Captain Pacha with a frigate and three brig? '/’he Tartars, who brought the re p >ii to Belgrade, are staled to have left Constantinople on the 29th May Accord ing to letters from Pestle, it was also ge* neially reported at Bucharest, that sotr.e g vat tni'doifune had befalltn the Turkish ii->tt. Considering the unusual uncertain ty oi the accounts received by this chan uei, it is taken tor granted that these ac coonts require coi-h mation. Letter »r *in D.ir-izzo of (tie 31st May, that (he oi ^e detender of Patras, usit Picha, had left t>*s second in cum in «nd in tout p.ace, and had sailed fcr r’r*ve«i, to t-»k^ ihe command in Epirus, i his would lully confirm the newsot rai *i i» (he block* fe by sea- Olher letters r-^eived ft Vienna irum Cahuiatta say, dut the cas’fle of Lepanto has beeo taken by Itrk No/.'.aris. wno, however, was se ^tely wounded in t*ie attack. Letters from B 'toglia ot (he 26th May : 'P*\ik ot rhe ui vch ot Turkish troops, •'M'-b commit drea^'tul excesses. Laris* bas beeo strongly lortitied by the . Turks, \ letter from Marseilles, dated May 29, v* > “ Nothing new transit©* relative (u die liplomalic negociations with Russia, L'd Strang turd has disagreed iV,lb lb© K-*s Lffeudi on account ot the relusa! ne to* met wi h to his applications respecting ' navigation ot the Black Sea, and has jjrugn, ofl all communication with him. * *e Austrian mvrnuncio was still m ex ptta ion ot the answer oi the court of hu.'Sia to the letter of the Reis Eftendi.” Gibraltar, July 1. “ro lamxtion of Gen. Vigodet, to the •oltiiers of the permanent army and national militia, the defenders of the Lland of Cadi* li being ,i,y greatest good fortune je p aced the head of so many w° l,’.v Spaniards, the defeudersof the ^Kouai honor, and of the legitimate n§ '» ot their countrymen ; full of en / J- asm on finding myself selected by • d. to direct the valuable portion of *r ind citizens, whose virtues and pa jt' ■ 'mi have led theui to abandon their their property, and theirfami l®\ and <o come amidst fatigues and Pr ; ’’ions, to defend, at such a distance, ! ,1®tlo°al hnerty and Independence, are %(, atrociously attacked by * gn p*»rfidy ; ou beholding there* u 100 ©uerg\' that ahiae 60 con conspicuously among all the loyal and firm Spaniards that are assembled in this circuit, the bulwark, for the third time, of national independence, liberty, and hunor ; uny Deart la ready to burst, and would fain, if it were possible, carry my resolves to a greater height titan they have already attained to.— But as, in order to place us in a situa tion to inspire respect in our haughty enemies, decision and enthusiasm and patriotism are not sufficient, and that organization, discipline, firmness, and constancy under fatigue, and sufferance of hardship and privations, and strict obedience &. punctuality in the service, are indispensably necessary. 1 caution you that, to accomplish' the great work which we have begun, it is requisite that you should know, that there is no medium between yielding shamefully and ignoininiousiy, and conquering by a steady adherence to these duties. *1 aui aware that most of you are well convinced of this truth; but, never theless! if anyone ill-advised or hi o’ cowardice, should depart from the road of heroes, which, under such critical circumstances, is marked out by his worthy fellow soldiers, i assure you all, that whoever may betray weakness, or act infamously, shall be punished as the law directs, and be separated forever f. om freemen, who are determined o bury themselves under the rums of their country,and to renew, if it should be necessa.y, in the Island of Cadiz, the glorious remembrance of Numamia of old. Use, therefore, your u'inoit exertions ; all Europe has its eyes iixed upon us ; and who knows whether Pro vidence has not appointed us to be, u second lime, her liberators, and the ob jects of her admiration and delight; so that, wniist laboring under hard ships, y jur only thought should be that you aieabout to lose your liberty, per haps for ever; and let this lead you to vigorous exertion and manliness, until that heroic eoterprize shall have beeu accomplished, in which your country man and companion in arms, promises to be you guide and your model. ‘ Long live the Constitution ! Long live the Constitutional King!’ [Redactor. The result of the march of the sec ond corps of the army is the raising of the seige of Saguntum, the occupation of Valeutia, and the sudden and preci pitate retreat of the largest body of troops which the enemy had. On the 12th, the Chief of the Royal ists, M. Chambo, took possession of the castle of Tortosa, ana he hopes, in the course ot a tew days, to become master ot the town. This i* a very important acquisition, as it facilitates the commu nication between Madrid and Catalo nia. Madrid, /tine 9 . Proclamation of the Regency of the King dom to the Spaniards. 'Spaniards !—The regency of the kingdom addresses itself to you in the excess ot'its most poignant grief, not to excite the constant loyalty of your hearts, because the Spaniards cannot cease to be faithful to the God of our Father, and to our beloved Sovereign ; but to assuage the bitternesss of its af fliction or yours, at the sight of the evils which may ensue from the melan choly situation in which rhe peifidious enemies of the country have placed us 4 V ou are winesses of the forbearance, the milduess, the indulgence, with which the partizuns of irreligion, licen tiousness and anarchy have been treat ed. You have, it is true, sometimes deplored the impunity which meo so criminal enjoy in all places; and the regency would even have feared scenes calculated tocause scandal, if, convinc ed ofyour wise patriotism, it had not known that you were acquainted with the motive ot its so mild and tolerant conduct. It must be said frankly, this motive was, the liberty of the king and his august family. ‘Spaniards, you know if, our legiti mate and adored sovereign has been deprived of the throne of his fathers.— So horrible a crime has been commit ted to revenge the heroic answer of the monarch to the proposal to remove bun to Cadiz—an answer, the words ot which ought to be written on marbie and brass. They will be the finest or nament of history for many ages, and they will always be engraved on the hearts of all Spaniards. “My conscience, and the interest of my subjects do not permit me to leave this place. As an individual, or a pri vate person, 1 should see no inconveni ence in removing to another place; but, as a king, my conscience does not per mit me to do so ’ ‘In Speakiog thus, Ferdinand has manifested his great soul and his love of his people. A regency, named by the most furious demagogues, has been the consequence of so much heroism ; and Ferdinand and his consort, and all the royal family, have been violently transferred 10Cadiz ;—to Cadiz, where that act destructive of religion and the monarchy arose. There ti e monarch now is a prisoner; there is the roval fa mily; and cau there be a .Spaniard who can see such an event without indigna tion and without horror. ‘Spaniards! Your government con* fesses that it can find no expression fit to paint so horrible a crime ; your go vernment feels itself reduced to the el oquence of sileoce. ‘The regency of the kingdom con founded, it is true, by so great a crime, will not neglect to take. &, it has taken firm &. energetia mean to punish- its author#, and to remedy the evil# caused bv the implacable enemife* of God and of the monarch, pradence ana vigor will govern all its resolution*. You will co * per ate in so just an object, by confiding in your government, which will unremiitingly pursue those whose infernal rage has tilled our heart* with mourning.’ ‘A royalist corps, partly composed of Portuguese, blockades Ciudad Rodri go, the seige of which will soon he be- I gun. It is supposed it cannot make a long resistance, being ill suplied with provisions. ‘Some monks of a convent at Mad rid have caused the revenues of an es tate to be seized, which had belonged to tho:ri>rder,anJ had boon held under the constitutional system. The legal officer employed, acted by virtue of au thority from one of the members of the municipality; this member has been summoned by the legenoy, who blamed his zeal, because no resolution had been taken respecting ecclesiastical property sold under the decree of the Cortes.” Paris, June 26. Her Royal Hi ghness Madbme left Bordeaux cu MonJay to proceed to Bayonne. ; PORTUGAL. Yesterday advices were received from Oporto to the 6th inst. An ex traordinary meeting wes held on the 4th of June, in the Municipal Chamber of the city of Oporto, at which hi* ex- 1 cellency the Marshal Jose Joaquin da Boza Coelho attended, with 25 of ti.e usost distinguished Aldermen and in habitant* of the city, for the purpose of j taking the oaths of allegiance to the King. The same persons had previous ly met ia private and resolved on pro claiming th*» absolute power of the Monarch, which was publicly perform ed on the plain of Santo Ovidio on the I morning or tae *th. Alter having giv en three rounds of vivas for the King, John 1V., the Q.ueen, and all the Royal Family, Marshal Roza was requested, by deputation, to assume the command of the city forces until the directions of his majesty should be known. The troops received the announcement of the restoration of the Royal Authority with the liveiiost acclauiu' ions, in which they were enthusiastically joined by the entire population oftheoiiy The JLJish op of the Diocese attended at the re quest of the Council. On the 5th inst. the Council of Opor to issued he following Proclamation: “The Judges members of theCouiu cit of the most illustrious Ch&mbor of the City of Oporto, on the partot his Sovereign Majesty, whom GoU protect, &.c. • We make known to all respected the inhabitants of this oity, that in conse quence of the happy (and by them anx ou*ly desired) event of the re-estab lishment of ;lie happy Government of our Lord the King, and the restoration of his sovereign authority, and of those legitimate tights of which he and his august and virtuous consort had been perfidiously despoiled, we have deter, mined to render to the Almighty those thanks which are due toh; nfor ihisin comparable blessing on the evenin'1, of Sunday the 8th of the present month, in the holy Cathedral of this city. “And this illustrious Chamber, <]e. siring at the same time that this act should be solemnized with all possible pomp, and with every demonstration of public rejoicing, requests that the in habitants of the city will assist at the solemnity, and that on the nights of the 5th, 6th, / th, and 8ih, they will cause their houses to be illuminated. “ 1 his illustrious Chamber prently delighted at this occasion of addressing the loyal inhabitants of the heroic riiy ot Oporto, offers them its most cordial congratulation* on the present happy i event. John Jouquim d'Oliver a ('astro John Pacheco Pereira de Aiello. Oporto, June 5, 1823. Souza, Monteiro, Fr. d’Andrea, Cir- ! nes, Choca do Couta MEXICO. We have received a late file ot the Mex ican papers, which are principally occu pied with the proceedings ot ftie Congress, and atlord very few articles worthy of par ticular attention. 1 be government issued a proclamation to the clergy on the 5th of May, in which J they expressly torbid Ihem to introduce political topics into their public discours es. They promise that it is the great ob ject ot the government to conciliate all classes ot the inhabitants, and to establish as tirmiy as possible the system which they have lately adopted,being convinced that the most difficult part of their work still remains to be performed* as nation? have usually louud it easier to gain (heir liberty than to preserve it. They com plain that the clergy have interfeied with them by exciting the minds ot “the taith lul’’ against the liberal system, and iden tity ing the cause of religion with that of moiurcliy from which tbeir country basso lately treed iiselt. An act was passed by the Congress in September last, ordering the magistrates ot the territories ot the province ot Mexi co to collect and report statistical ac counts ot their respective territories, which it duly effected, will furnish much valua ble information concerning the sta*e of the country* The subjects to be inquired into are arranged under the lollowing heads, each of which comprise a great I number of questions: geography, climate: | soil, natural productions, population, ag riculture, manufactures, commerce, go* i v eminent,*ar.'1 administration. (.V. I. Advocate. We have been politely favoured by a friend wim the following extract ot a lei- ; "ter from Lisbon, daitd July 2, HJ2.‘*. “As I sometime ago imformed yon, you may consider the King? ot Portugal and Spam restored to their former authority*— Here the King 13 completely restored, and in Spain nearly so. We have large quan tities of gram on band now, and prices are dull at the quotations. Wheat 46o a 5'>o on board; Indian Corn 22o a 240, do-” Phil Freeman s Jour. MARRIED, On Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. W timer, Mr. Edward Colegute, to Miss Ann E- Laws, both of this place. 2 MARINE LIST, PORT OF ALEXANDRIA. Sailed, August 14 Sloop George Washington, Swaine, Pro vidence. Arrived, August 15 Brig Beivtdere, Hathorn, 17 days from Thomasion; cargo of Itoie to W. Fowle At Co Schr. Sabra Averyde, Vandrix, Irom E denton, N. C.; shingles and beeswax to the , master. Schr. Nonsuch, Rutherford, from hence, was at St Barts July 27,to sail tor the port in a lew days. For Boston, The new brig BELYTDERE, A J2w-fi*(fcXanJer Halhorne, master; will sail in all next week, and take freight on mod erate terms. Apply to w. FOWLE & Co. Who have for sale on board said brig, 520 casks Tliomaston Lime. aug 16 Notice. A STATED quarterly meeting of the 1 St Andrews Society will he botden on i Tuesday next the Hlih inst at the City I Hotel; at 7 o’clock, P. M. By order of thefPresident. R. JAMIESON, Secretary, aug 16 I This is tj give Notice, fPHAT the subscriber of Alexandria A county, in the District o! Columbia, has obtained trom the orphans’ court ol said county, letters «t administration on the personal estate of Jeremiah McMahon, late ol the county aforesaid^deceased: All penons having claims against said decedent are hereby warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber, passed by (be orphans’ court, on or before the 16th day ol Febru ary next, or they may, by law.be excluded from all benefit to said estate; and those indebted thereto, aro required to make immediate payment. Given under my band, this IGtfi day of August. 1623 THOMAS LEONARD, Administrator of Jeremiah McMahon, aug IdI w.‘3w This is to give Notice, FpHAT the subscriber of Alexandria X county, in the district of Columbia, has obtained from the orphans’ court ol said county, letters testamentatory on the estatate of Thovnas Julius, late of the county aforesaid deceased: All persons having claims against the said decedent, | are hereby warned (o exhibit the same to the subscriber, passed by the orphans’ court, on or before the l6th day of Febru ary next, or they may, by law, be exclu ded from all benefit to said estate; and those indebted thereto, are required to make immediate payment. Given under my hand, this I6ih day of August, 1623. THOS JACOBS. Executor of Thomas Julius. aug 16 law3w COHEN’S OFFICE,} Baltimore, Aug. 14, 1823. $ List of the Sixth Day's Drawing, OF THE GRAND STATE LOTTERY No. 7668 a prize of DlOOO *10221 a prize ol 100 8174 a prize of 60 And 197 prizes of 12 All inaiked thus * told at COHEN’S j Office, where the cash can he had lor pri- • zc*s the moment they aie drawn. ' The drawing will he continued on Thursday after next, the 28th inst. as usual"—The wheels of the Grand State lottery now present to adventurers the most brilliant prospect--Only fourteen drawings ' reman In complete this splendid scheme, and the magnificent capital prize ot 1 grand capital prize of J6100,000 1 prize of 20,000 2 prizes of 10,000 2 prizes of 5,000 15 prizes of 1,000 &c„ &c. a:ill remain undrawn Should (he capitals now floating, remain much longer undrawn, the price of tickets will consequently be considerably advan-; ced. In the mean time those not yet sup-1 plied with tickets should procure them | without delay, and those bolding small ; prizes should have them renewed imme diately—Present rates viz. Whole Tickets 15 00 I (Quarters 3 75 Halves 7 50 j Eighths I 87i To be had,warranted undrawn, at COHEN’S Jjcttrry «$* Exchange UJ/ice, 114 Market-street, BALTIMORE: Where the gnat capital prizes in both the last lotteries were sold to distant adven turers, and where more capital prizes have i been sold than at any other ojjice in Ame rica' p^Orders from any part of the United States, by mail (post paid) *>r by private conveyance, enclosing the cash or prize tickets in any of the Baltimore lotteries, will meet the usual prompt and punctual attention. Address J. 1. COHEN. Jr. Sec'ry to the Managers, Baltimore. Aug 15____ _ For Sale, .4 FIRST rate COOKa.d GARDNER' XX Apply to the Printer. Auj 1?—tit To Rent; , f v^< A thne story brick dwelling FTjyj lu'iSf at die corner of Washing* fiisac? ton f",ti D'jke-sireets. Applies* rSaAtA lion may be made ill my abseoce to C. I. Catlett, e-au. ot whom the key may be obtained. JOHN LLOYD, lb _■_law tt For Amsterdam, JfffL - The good .hip GOVERNOR iBHfcSTUOlSG, David Coffin, mas ter; burthen 270 tons or about 420 hhda Maryland tobacco, to be despatched; fit will lake 100 hhds on freight. Apply to JOHN H. LADD fife©. aug 16 Thomustou Lime. JOHN H. LADE fit, Co. have just re ceived, per brig Belvidere, for sale* 400 casks fresh Tbomastoo Lime, aug 16 . „ . . , AUCTION SALES. . THIS DAY. ON Saturday 16th inst at Lowe’s wharf, the good >*hr FRIENDSHIP, about ears old- Her tonnage is 30 66-95.— Terras of sale cssh. Sale at 10 o’clock S. A. A1ARSTELLER, auc. aug 14 Public Sale. UNDER the authority of a deed of tiust, dated 3d day of August, 1819, from Daniel F. Dulany and Sarah his wife, to the subscriber, 1 shall expose to public sale all that Tract or Parcel of Land, lying and being in Fairfax Coumy. \ a. on which the widow Donaldson, AI tree, and James, hei sons, resided, on the date ot said deed. . The said tract contains ac* cording to the .survey thereof, made by John Summers, 450 acres. 'J he safe will take place at Clagett’s Hotel, in the town ot Alexandria, on Saturday 9ib day of August next, at 11 o’clock A- M* ;Tern»s of sale, cash> v$jr*TliQ above Sale is post poned to MONDAY the 29th day ol SEP TEMBER next, al same hour and place. GEO. BEALE, Trustee june 3st29.S . Trustees7 Sale. PURSUANT to a deed ot Trust dated October (be first 1820, troin Charles L w e 11 to the subscriber, to secure the pay ment of certain debts due to George li. Gaither and George Carson & Co. will be sold for cash, at the front door ol the Court House, in Brentsville, on the first Monday ot September next, a tract or parcel of land, lying partly in the counties ot Fau quier and . Prince William, estimated to contain three hundred and thirty acres. The above land was purchased by the said Ewell of a certain John Taylor and wile, and is tolerably well adapted to the production ol the staples of tie country* Sale to commence at 12 M. T. W. HEW ITT, Trustee, july 15 .. , tlS Domestic Cottons. 0)f\ BALES coition shirting Si sbeet & V/ings, landing Irom the brig Ven trosa, will besold on liberal terms, by WM. FOWLE & Co. attg 12_ Sugars itnd Wine. 33 lihds fust quality St* Croix sugars 40 quarter and \ Casks ol Sicily Made! 30 bait quarter £ ra WlNEoi*aup. qu^l. Landing fiorn the brig Ventrosa. and for sale by W>1, FOWLE L Co. aug 12 Hull), Cofl'ee, etc. A HHDS Barron’s 4th proof, N. 0. rum, * nearly equal (o Jamaica 2rt bbls Baltimore Whiskey 20 b»g« prime green coflee Landing from scbr- Dauntless, and for sale by S. MESSEKSMITH. •aug 12 Pocket Book Lost. LOST, on Thursday evening, 7th inif. a large old black pocket book, a note ut 2 dollars, a book ot accounts and .‘•eve* ral other papers and notes of band, Ike. The finder may have the two dollars, by returning the book and papers to the prin ter; or to JOHN THOMAS. aug I 3 M Cognac Brandy. 10 pipes superior quality brandy, Seig* nett’s biand; now landing and for sale ty WILLIAM FOWLED Co. Ar.so, 90 casks cut nails, assorted sizes' july 24_ Muscovado Sugar. 1 Q hhds. Muscovado Sugar landing from 1 v the schr. Union, from New York, and lor sale by SAM- MESSEKSffl 1TH, juiy Molasses and Gin. LANDING this day on Irwin’s wharf, from sloop Henry, 80 hhds ) Prime 20 tierces) Retailing MOLASSES, 29 barrels Connecticut gin 2 loss ol Mahogany- For sale by A. C.CAZEKOVEfcCo. july i4 Ground Ailum Salt. rpHE cargo of the Ship Florida, from A Liverpool, of 8000 bushels of ground ailum salt—for sale by WILLIAM FOWLED Co. july 24____ Young Hyson Tea. TEN CHESTS, life importation, land ing aud lor sale by july U S- MESSEKSMITH. Lemons. Qfy Boxes Sicily lenooni, Ip good order, iu-t lauded and lor sale by july I? WH, FOWLE * CQ.