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PUBLISHED BY PORTERS Sc MITCHELL. Wilmington, Frldwi June 12 8, 1833. THE TOUR. The reception of the President in Boston was more unexceptionable in its character, and had less of mere party and gross adula tion in it, than was exhibited either in Phila delphia or New York. The only specimen of pure, unmixed Jacksoniana, that lias met our eyes, is in the reported colloquy between the President and the Select men of Roxbury, which we believe, however, is only a suburb of Boston. The Chairman of the Select men concluded a short address to the President, with the following eloquent and pithy distich: Anil may his powerful arm long remain nerved, Who said—The Union —it must be preserved. To which the President made the following nervous and characteristic reply: "It shall be preserved, sir, as long as there is a nerve in this arm. " May the arm upon which this Union de fends, livc-'a thousand years, say we! 'Foreign Influence. The Common wealth of Pennsylvania has a public debt of sixteen millions of dollars, of which more than nine millions is owned by Foreign Stock At the head of these stands—"his holders. royal higness Charles, Sovereign Duke of Brunswick"—and then follows a list of Brit ish noblemen and noble ladies, beginning with the "most noble the Marquis of Hertford." When it was made known, that about eight millions of the stock of the Bank of the Unit ed States, was owned by foreigners, all may remember what a hue and cry was raised by the Globe and partizans of the Administra tion, against an institution which made us the tributaries of foreigners,and the lamentations which were heard that the industry and labor of Americans should go to pamper the luxu ry of British lords and ladies! Gen. Jackson, in his ever memorable veto message, takes hold ot this topic and in addition to other mischiefs,gravely inquires whether from this circumstance—"there will not be cause tl , | tremble for the purity of our elections in peace, and for the independence of our coun- try in war?"—Ifthe President's fears asex- pressed in that famous document, had any foundation, liow much greater there to "tremble" in the present case? A great Commonwealth, the key stone of the Jackson party, has been dabbling in the money market with foreign princes, poten- tates and nobles, borrowing their money to the tune of nine millions , and making her citizens tributaries to British Dukes, Mar- quesses, Lords and Ladies! awful vaticinations of the Globe, now,— -where the fear and "tremblings" for the pu- rity of our elections and the independence of our country! reach this evil! Where are the Is there no veto which can reason is a a war more than probable. A body of 14001)|This Russians had arrived in the vicinity ofScutari, a suburb of Constantinople on the Asiatic This, it seems, is FOREIGN. An arrival at New York brings Paris pa pers to the 17th May. This arrival brings the important intelligence, that the négocia tion between the Turkish government and Mchemet Ali, of Egypt, had been broken off, event which seems to render a European • an side of the Bnsphorous. but the vanguard of a larger force, which is expected to arrive about the 15th of May, when offensive operations, it is supposed, will immediately commence on the part of the Russians and Turks against the army of Ibrahim P isha, in Anatolia. The Porte ap , pears to have resolved to stake its all upon the support of Russia, and to have protract ed the négociation which was going on under the mediation of England and France, until the arrival of the Russians would enable it to ■ dispense with their intervention, and chastise the Egyptian rebel, been sent to the forts and castles on the Dar danelles, obviously with a view to be prepar , ed against any of tlic attempts of the combin ed.English and French fleets upon Constan tinople, while the Russian army is operating . against the Pasha. all on the side of Russia—the fears of the Sultan have thrown him completely in tlieir arms, ar.d given them possession of his capi ta!, the great object of their ambition since the days of Catharine. It is as an auxiliary, it is true, that they now appear upon the scene—but the career of Russia has been one ■of persevering ambition anti aggrandizement _by fraud or force she has compassed eve ry object of her policy hitherto, and it is nnt likely, that she will now reject the opportu nity which fortune has presented of securing the splendid prize which is actually within her grasp. Nor is it likely, that England and France will quietly see the already enor mous power of Russia increased by an acqui sition which would entively subvert the Euro pean policy of the balance cf power, and .place the continent at her feet. Hence the probability of a general, protracted and ob stinate struggle. , The Dutch and Belgian question is as tar -from settlement as ever. '1 he warlike ■preparations in Holland are of the most :th In a Fr n ance? !t a 'is C sakl, the Chambers have adioumed without providing lor the payment •of the first instalment of the debt due to this country,for which a draft was made by »he Treasury Department some time ago, and protested. The Duchess de Berri, since her accouchement lias annihilated all her pnhti cal influence, is to be " -The vTsk ofThe Dukc of Orleans, eldest .son of King Louis Phillippe, to England, is ru-i moved to have given rise to several duels, between the adherents of the present dynas-] ,ty and the members of the Bonaparte family, | Russian officers have So far the game has been now in England. Achille Murate, son of the King ot Naples and formerly a citizen of the United Spates, is reported to have had a rencontre with General hjarbot, aid de camp of the Duke of Orleans. Another ren contre is said to have occurred between the Duke himself, and Prince Louis Bona parte. These reports are deemed apocryphal. In Portugal, matters are said to be going as badly as one could desire for Don Miguel. His army is said to be decreasing every day by desertion, and his prisons filling to de pletion. There are said to be fifteen thou sand individuals in prjson. numbers of whom are daily perishing by hunger. a A cargo of 350 young widows and spin sters was lately shipped from London for the supply of Van Dieman's land. English and French Bishops. The Eng lish ministry have proposed to fix the income of the Irish Archbishops at £10,000; the sal ary ot the archbishop of Paris, the Catholic Primate of France, is just.one-tenth, or 25000 francs. The foundation stone of the first Protestant Episcopal Church ever built in Paris, was laid on the 23d of April, in the Faubourg St. Honore, by the Right Rev. BishopLuscombe, attended by a number of the Protestant cler gy During the last sixty years, Russia has ac quired by force, or fraud, an extent of terri tory embracing nearly 26,000,000 of inhab itants. INFANT SCHOOL DISPLAY, Miss Whitehead, intends 'to hold an examination of the children of her school, on Wednesday next at 4 o'clock, P. M. in the Council Chamber, City Hall, The citizens generally, male and iemale arc invited to attend. Miss W hopes , | Ums^vho attend will relti e grutthed with ,L " L A large National Republican Convention was held in Baltimore, on Saturday last, by which Col. William Stewart was unanimous- ly nominated as a Candidate for Congress, for the district composed of Ann Arundel County, the city of Annapolis, and the first five wards of the City of Baltimore. ,L " L From the New York Gazette. FROM METANZAS. The Boston Gazette of Saturday gives the following extract of a letter, dated Metanzas June 5. "You can have no idea of the gloom that prevails here, in consequence of that dreadful scourge, the Cholera. In the cities it has nearly ceased, but in the country its path is marked with desolation and ruin. On an estate having 100 slaves, every soul perished. Another with 60 lost 55. A slave ship late ly landed 400 miserable wretches, of whom all hut three died. Eight negroes were taken down on an estate 18 miles from this town a few days ago, the proprietor, Mr, S, an En glishman, an old acquaintance ol mineirume diately came to town to our house. His ser vant was taken down after he got in, and died in the yard under my window. The old gentleman returned to his estate the day be fore yesterday, where be found 38 out of 69, dead. He was immediately seized himself, when a black boy was despatched to us with a note stating that his master was dying. The boy had scarcely delivered the note, when he staggered, fell on the floor, and in a few hours was a corpse. The old gentle m;iu is dead, and th: estate entirely deserted 14001)|This is a picture of many other estates." A foreign journal relates the following strange story, at the same time vouching lor its authenticity; "A short time ago the King of Naples requested the young Queen (a daughter of the late King oi Sardinia) to set down to the piano, at .a little Court soiree. The Queen at first declined, but at the King's urgent solici tation, she at length consented, she was about to seat herselt at the in strument, the King drew back her chair., and the Queen fell. On rising she re proached his Majesty for this ill-manner ed joke, observing that she thought she had married a King, but that she had only married a lazzarone. The King's reposta was conveyed -in -two smart sou fflets. In consequence of this conjugal inisnudorstaiiding, an exchange of couri ers has taken place between the Court of Naples and Sardinia- The result has not yet transpired," Just as tar p) UKE 0 f Wellington, who was bornon Uie first of May, seventeen hun a])d sixty . n ; ne fluently now sixty-four years old seems to be as strong and as active as when exactly eighteen years ago, counting »he back from to morrow—he overthrew and Bonaparte at Waterloo, and decided the her f a j. e 0 f Europe. i aS L Mav, after having hunted a fox for " forty-five miles, he. rode sixty-two miles lo attend a ball, given by the Marchioness ru-i of Salisbury, at Hatfield, and was one of the gayest of the gay throughout | 7 he Emperor of Russia .—An American gentleman on a visit to St, Petersburg, in a letter to a friend in this country bears the following very favorable testimony to the personal character of the Emperor. "The Emperor of Russia, whatever we think of his conduct towards Poland, is may a sovereign to whom liis subjects are. devot edly attached. His private character is with out blemish. Indeed his example, and that of the Empress, have already done much to reform the manners of their Court. He is by farthe most able and energetic sovereign in Europe. I am convinced it is bis policy to avoid war for the present. I cannot fore see any change in the nature of the Belgium question which would induce him to assume a hostile attitude. Besides, the character of the King of Prussia is a guarantee for a gene ral peace. Yet it cannot be denied that Eu rope at present is ajmagazine of powder, and any accidental baud may apply the spark." and who is conse About the middle of the evening. FATAL DUEL AT PEÇTH, L, C. A corresponnent at Bytown, has communi cated the melancholy intelligence of the death of Mr. ROBERT LYONS, who was killed in a duel at Perth on the 13th inst. We give the melancholy particulars of this unfortunate affair in the words of our corres pondent. '•While 1 was in Perth a quarrel took place between Mr. Robert Lyons and Mr. Wilson student at law, with J. Bolion Esq. of that village, and after a few blows of no con sequence, Mr. Wilson being dissatisfied, sent a challenge by a young gentleman by the name of Roberston, son of Captain R. of the rifles, who was only about 18 years of age. Mr. L. called on a friend and requested him to act as his second; but owing to an official situation which he held, he felt himself in du ty bound to decline; he then called on a Mr. Lelievre, one who was not too friendly to him previous to this affair, as the sequel too plain ly indicates. The parties met about half a mile south of the village of Perth in the Johwntstown district Johnstown, and hav ing exchanged shots, the medical gentle man on the ground, Dr. Hamilton, endeavor ed to have the matter settled; but Lciievre, Lyon's second, requested Dr. H. not to inter fere, and reloaded his pistol This shot proved instantly fatal, passing through Mr. L's body, who never spoke af ter receiving the wound. The deceased was a young man of the most amiable character, highly respectable and beloved by all who knew him; he was about 19 years of age. Wilson is about 26. and Lelievre is about 30. Lelievre immediately fled. Wilson and Ro 7 bertson were apprehended on the spot. The coroner's jury after a deliberate inquiry re turned a verdict of wilful murder against all three, Wilson and Robertson are confined in Perth jail. I trust the monster who ought to be considered the principal in this fatal affair will be apprehended and brought to this city to answer to the laws-ofhis country for his conduct. Indeed it did not become a person who a few days before acted as a sheriff's bailiff in Perth, to act as the friend of any gentleman on such an occasion. As the offence was committed in the dis trict of Johnstown, the prisoners will be re moved to Brockville jail to await their trial. Canadian Courant: ly a in to a a The Pennsylvanian, in describing the Roy al progress to the northward,has the follow ing very interesting incident: "After a short stay, he returned to the boat,bearing a fragrant bouquet presented by the ladies, which he observed was an offer ing, which out of liis own hands only is to be entrusted to those of a Secretary of State; and it was accordingly placed under the charge of Mr. McLane, who with a number of the Philadelphia Committee, paid partic ular attention to the roses." Among the oriental Sultans and Satraps, the Royal Pipe Bearer is the most important office in the State. With us the "Flower Bearer" has usurped its place. The honor able Secretary must have been the envy of the whole company. Whatever may be his fate in future life, he may look hack with proud recollection to the glory of that auspi cious day when the sacred flowers were com mitted to his care. We doubt not, but that he will perform ,the duties of the trust with becoming devotion and fidelity. This event will form a conspicuous station in the life of the honoiable Secretary, about to be wiittenby—the Editor of the Baltimore Republican. As one honorable Secretary thought it "gta ry enough to have served under such a chief," another may have inscribed on his tombstone, hen he shall be numbered with his fathers —"Flower Bearer to the greatest and best." U. S. Telegraph. Reform.-— The Dover (N. H.) Enquir states that Joseph Hammons, lately a Representative in Congress, has receiv ed the appointement of Postmaster at Dover, in room of B. II. Palmer, Nor Ionized. The most exceptionble feature of this appointment is that Mr. Hammons is not a resident of Dover, but of Farm ington, and has not yet, owing to indis position, been able to return to his own State from the seat of theGetier.al Govern ment. He has entered on the duties o.f his office, however* though absent, by deputy. A letter from New Orleans of the 15th inst. says:—The State of Missouri is fast becoming a wheat growing country; d tis said that she will supply us with fresh flour when the waters arc too low in the Ohio .river to admit of boat navi gation, which will prevent any great ad vance in price hene." We learn by a private letter from Ma drid, under date of the 10th of April, that ■the Marquis of Casa Yrujo had declined the appointment of Minister to this coun try, and that the King, either from al ienee at his refusal, or for some political reasons, had exiled him toA r alladolid. [Boston Daily Advertiser.. an v. er for of an a is is of Exposure. —Some dozen years since a gentleman in Essex county hearing a racket in his cellar, in the evening, went the act of down, and detected a man in —- — searching bis store of eatables, with the felonious intent of "hooking" wherewith al to feed his family. As the offender was wretchedly poor, the good man hun ted his pork tub, intending to make him present of a middling and dismiss him. But the search was fruitless—There was not pork enough in the barrel to offend the sensibilities of a Hebrew. Disap pointed in his first generous intentions, he bethought him of giving the thief good advice, which having done, he wound up with "and remember, John, if I catch you here again, I'll exp osc you!" "If you do, Parson M,." said the rogue, •'I'll expose you !" Expose me !"—yes, for having no pork in your barrel!"-£oio well Journal. a of The wife of ajudge of the Supreme .Court of Appeals at Komngsburg, in Prussia, was delivered on the 15th March last, of three male children, to which the father gav.- the and the Christian names of Æacus, Minos, : Rhadamanthus. Scene. —A Court House not fifty miles from the city of Louisville—Judge presiding with great dignity—A noise is heard before the door—he looks up fired with indignation. "Mr. Sheriff, sir, bring them men inhere; this is the temple of liberty—this is the sanc tuary of justice, and it shall not be profaned by the cracking of nuts, and the eating of gingerbread. 7 of Marblehead Register. Non Committal, "The man who glides Between both sideB, And thus escape a jam." After the falling of the Battery bridge, on counting the noses of the distinguished men who were immersed at the very heels of the President, (whose horse cleared him at a leap) inquiry was made for Mr. Van Buren, to which a wag replied, "Oh, he's always out of the way when the bridge falls." Providence Journal. Troy, June 10.—A boy by the name of Decker, about 16 years, of age, of this city stole a quantity of arsenic from the shop of Dr. Hunt on Sun lay last, took it, and died yesterday morning. Every efTort was made to save him, but in vain. The cause assigned for this act is, that his former companions would not associate with him, in consequence of his iiaving taken a considerable sum of money from the drawer of one of our merchants some time since. Apologetic. —Mrs. Trollope has recently addressed a letter to a lady in this country in which she begs that her correspondent will not entertain any unkind feelings in rela tion to her book upon tile Americans. "I had -a. husband and eight children to support," she remarks, "and tound myself compelled to do something for their maintenance."— This acknowledgement was actually made, and has been mentioned to us from good au thority'.— Phil. Gazette. A destructive fire took place, on Sunday last, at Raleigh, North Carolina. Several houses and a quantity of valu? ble goods were destroyed. Thf, Ha»vf.st in Nokth Carolina.—• The farmers give us the most melancho ly intelligence respecting the wheat crops. The early heavy rains, in con nexion perhaps with other causes, have produced a general, and in many cases, almost total blight, so that wheat which would otherwise have produced thirty bushels to the acre, is deemed scarcely worth gathering. Farmers who a month ago, expected to reap three or four thousand bushels, have told us that they do not expect to save tbeir seed.— Edenton Miscellany. an now New Bedford is more extensively enga ged than any other place in our country in the Whale Fishery, which, as it leads to a life of enterprise and hardship, is the very best nursery for our seamen. With a population of only ten thousand inhabi tants, and deprived of the advantages of a fertile back country, N. Bedford is the fourth if not the third poit in the Union in the amount of tonnage. The Regis tered and Coasting vesselsofthis district amount to between seventy and eighty thousand tons. Iron Houses.-- The new process for smelting iron by raw coal and hot air blast, is producing a great change in iron trade; and it is anticipated by good judges, that no long period will elapse before cast iron of the quality known as No. 1, will he manufactured at the cost of about 40s. or 45s. the ton. When this takes place generally, it must inevi tably produce an effect which will per vade almost every condition of society.— Rich and poor will, by degrees, find themselves inclosed in iron cages; and fir joints., and slate roofs, will become risings to be alluded to as betokening something,venerable from antiquity.— The introduction of iron into building operations will, no doubt spread rapidly as the price of cast iron falls; and, if unskilfully done at the outset, we may have a number of imperishable monu ments of bad taste wherever we go. It is, therefore, of importance that good ex amples should be given in time, and that architects should be prepared Tor the charge, so as not to leave the matter to the caprice cr taste of the workmen of the founderies.— Loudon's Encyclopaedia of Architecture. THE JEWS.—The London Courier of April 17th, remarks, that the masterly speech of Mr. Macueley last night, oil the subject of the Emancipation of the Jews, produced a powerful effect upon the House.—The Hon Gentleman thus sum med up-their ease:--'You first generate vices, and then put them forward as a plea for persecution—you tna:ke England but half a,country <o the Jews, and then you wonder that they have only half pat- | riotisrn—you treat them as foreigners, and then wonder that they have not all the feelings of natives—you draw a line of separation, and then express astonish ment that they do not mingle with you you will not allow them to possess an acre of land, and yet complain that they devote themselves exclusively to trade— you debar them from all exertion of hon orable ambition, and then reproach them for taking refuge in the arts of avarice— in fine, you have for ages subjected .them ■to every species of injustice, and then you condemn them for resorting to what is the natural resources of the weak against overwhelming power, artifice and cunning." if Pause before you follow Example. A mule laden with salt and an ass laden with wool went over the brook together. By chance the mule's pack became welted, and the salt melted, and his burden bc After they had passed, came lighter. the mule told his good lortune to the ass, who, thinking to speed as well wetted his pack at the next water; but his load be came the heavier, and he broke down un der it. That which helps one man may hinder another. ble of ed of or or Th e Duke of Rutland, one of the highest of the English nobility, (he measured con siderably more than six feet,) and the pos sessor of an immense fortune, lately commit ted suicide at his seat at Richmond. He has lett a singular will, on the envelopement of which he had written these lines of La Fon tain: "Ni l'or ni ]a grandeur ne nous rendent heureux." Greater than Daniel. —The Concord Patriot [isaac hill] says "Hosea Ballou is much the superior of what Daniel Web ster was, ur ever will be. The same ass said that Gen» Jackson's stuffed skin would make an excellent president. DIED DIED, In Philadelphia, on Monday last, Mr. George Whitelock, of Baltimore, for merly of this place. Prices of Country Produce. CORRECTED EVERT THURSDAY MORWJWO. BRANDYWINE MILLS JUNE 27 , 1833 $5 SO 3 25 a 3 37 . 3 75 Superfine Flou it, per barrel Middlings. do barrel . Wheat, per 601bs Red. do do white, Hie per 581bs.. Cohn pr. 57 lbs. 1 15 1 18 75 OS Camp Mceling;. There will be a Camp Meeting for Smyr .... Circuit held in the woods of James Craw ford, Esq.on the levels, about four miles from Middletown and six from Cantwell's Bridge, Del. to commence on Friday the 19th of July, and end the Thursday following The brethren and friends generally are in vited to unite, and are informed that Bread from Wilmington will he kept for sale on the ground at the'Wilmington prices, June 25. na of in as WEST INDIA SHRUB, Tamarinds, A'c. Old West India Shrub, for making punch, Tamarinds, preserved in sugar, Canton Ginger, Spanish & French Olives, Anchovies, Currie Powder, Cocoa, GroundJRice, Eng. Mustard in jars & bottles Pine Apples, Cocoa Nuts, Almonds, Bunch Raisins, Burlington Herrings and Hams, Smoked Beef, Sap Sago & Cream Cheese, Pearl Bai ley, Vermicella, Turkey Figs, St. Julien anrt-Medoc Claret, Old Port and Sherry in bottles—for sale by T. H. LARKIN, No. 89, Market St. June 27 . —596t. BftYäViaie YjOoY Cowvçaïvs . A few shares of Stock in the above Com pany may be had, if applied for soon W. A. MENDENHALL, Agent, for the purchase and sale of stock, 8cc. to JYOTÆCJE. WAS committed to the public Jail of Sussex County, State of Delaware, by Matthew Rench, Esquire, on tl;e 3rd day of June inst. as a runaway, a black girl, who calls herself Esther Wiltbank. Now therefore, unless the owner cr owners of the said runaway come forward and prove their property, pay charges and take her away, she will be dis charged in six weeks agreeably to law, WARREN JEFFERSON, Sh'ffi 59-6w Georgetown, June 24, 1833. &. FOR Wilmington & Philadelphia. (DAILY.) THE STEAM BOAT a EMERALD, CAPTAIN W. WHILLDIN, WILL, until further, notice, leave Race-st. wharf Philadelphia, at 7 o'clock, A. M. and Wilmington at 3 o'clock, P. M., EVERY day. FARE 75 CENTS. Baggage at the risk of its owner, on board, terms. June 27th, 1833. Breakfast and dinner provided Freight taken on the customary JfMOJVFTl JnOJTJE V! "Lots of Money" ! ! ! Fortune that smiling angel stands, And boundless treasuresgraceher hands, 7 17 56 the Prize of $400 in a Quarter Picket, in the Delaware Lottery, sold yes terday to a gentleman in Brandywine hun. dred by the ever Lucky GLAZIER. Also *» a gentleman » thjsc^.^ 21 31 50 Whole $100. when we consider that Fortune is daily: diffusing wealth and happiness in all parts | an( j .every corner of this extensive country, through the medium of the LOTTERY sys tern; that scarcely a week or a day wheels by us, without bringing .the intelligence, that ^ ° a PRIZE; and! tint it only requires a n investment of the trivial sum of 10 Dol j al . s to give us a good chance lor $30 r 000 or g^ooü: —Surely it is unnecessary to urge upon this liberal and enlightened people, the policy of stepping into the way to wealth and the favor eft he propitious Dame, Lotteries for July, lst> j)(;i awcr e Lottery. „Capital $10,000 —Tickets $4. 3rd, New York Lottery. Capital $20, 000—Tickets$4. . 5th Little a P' a ® 5 ètffi Maryland State Lottery. Capital $30,000—'Tickets $10. 13th, Union Canal Lottery,class 14th, J00 Prizes of $1000 each, with others of $20, 000, 5,000, 8cc. Tickets 10—Quarters 2 50r. Eights 1 25. Z. B. GLAZIER. Licensed Broker, Wilmington, Del. 4 NOTICE. At a special meeting of the Trustees of the Poor of New Castle county, held at the Poor House, June 22d, 1833, the following pream ble and resolutions were adopted! Whereas it has been represented to the Trustees of the Poor of New Castle county, that passengers and emigrants from foreign countries, who have landed in this country,' under licences grunted to them in pursuanôé of the acts of the General Assembly oj>Cne State of Delaware, in such case jatftle and provided,have been interrupted and obstruct ed in their passage from this city to the city of Philadelphia by certain officers and autho rities of the State of Pennsylvania, and have been threatened with prosecutions for alleged violations of the health and poor laws ofthat state;—and whereas it appears to the Trus tees of the Poor of New Castle county, that emigrants and passengers from foreign coun tries, who have landed in this county and have complied with the laws of Delaware on thus landing, have a full and perfect right to pass from the State of Delaware into any other State of the Union, without hindrance or interruption, or the exaction of any sum or sums of money for thus passing: Therefore be it Resolved, that the Trus tees of the Poor of New Castle county will and keep harmless and indemnified, all foreign passengers and emigrants who have landed during this present month of June, or who may hereafter land at any port in the county of New Castle, and have complied with the laws of the State of Delaware, in such case made and provided, as also all cap tains of vessels, steam boats, and owners of any kind of conveyance either by land or wa ter,conveying such passengers and emigrant» who have landed as aforesaid, of and from all suits, damages and loss occasioned by th< costs of such suits, and of and from all penal ties for which the said captains, owners, pai sengers and emigrants can be made legal! liable and responsible, under the laws am regulations of the State of Pennsylvania, or o any other State, affecting or concerning sait passengers and emigrants. Resolved, that the Port Physicians of Wil mington and New Casile, the Inspectors oi the customs, and other revenue officers at the said ports, be furnished with copies of the foregoing resolutions properly authenticated. Resolved, that the above preamble and re solutions be published in all the papers of the city of Wilmington, and that 200 copies be printed in hand bills, for the purpose above mentioned, signed by the Chairman and Se cretary. ROBERT FORWOOD, Chairman. tf—38. save SO 37 75 15 18 75 OS Thomas Deakyne, Sec'y. A HANDSOME SITUATION FOR SALE, If applied for witliin four or five weeks, A Valuable FARM, 2i miles from Wil ington, Del. and 50 perches from the Kennet Turnpike, containing ONE HUNDRED 8c NINE ACRES, With sufficient wood and plenty of water. The improvements consist of a large Stone Dwelling, with three rooms on the first floor and five on the second. There is a wetl of good water at the kitchen door, with a pump thcrctn;a convenient barn with stone stabling, comfortable tenant house, a young apple or chard of well selected fruit just beginning to bear*—also, a variety of peach, pear and More than half the farm is in . a 8cc. cherry trees, well set with thriving thorn hedge. Four hundred bushels of Lime were put on the place last fall. Any person wishing to view the premises will please call on Jacob Der rickson living thereon, and for particulars to the subscriber, near West Chester, who will give a clear title and make the terms to ac commodate the purchaser, EZEKIEL WHITE. 58 Milltown, June 25—3w. Milltown, Frcsli Teas, Groceries, &c. THE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends and tlie public generally, that lie has just received at his stores, corner of Kent &. Market,and third and Market streets, Wil mington: 5 Chests Gunpowder Tea. 5 do Imperial 20 do Young Hyson do 15 do Souchong 12000 lbs. N. Orleans 8c Porto Rico Sugar. 600 lbs. Catiby 8c Loverings refined do 20 bags Coffee. Box and Keg Raisins. 1000 lbs. Baltimore 8c Virginia Tobaccq. 1000 do Ham, Flitch, and Shoulders Sugar House, New Orleans, and West In dia Molasses. Old Rochella Brandy by the pipe, gallon, or demijohn. Cogniac and 'Peach Brandy, Ht) Halid Gin, Jamaica Spirits, old Rye, and common Whis key, Wines and Cordials of a superior quali ty &c. AH of which he offers for sale cheap for cash, or acceptances. ' JOHN CLEALAND. 58—2m. do do Administrator's Notice. All persons indebted .to the estate of Eli zabeth Frist, deceased, late of Christiana Hundred, are hereby requested to settle tlieir accounts; .slid those having claims a gainst the Estate will present t ; (icm legally attested to JOSEPH DERRJCKSON, Adm'tor. June 25.—4tp, or the a 58 . IiQST CERTIFICATES. The undersigned hereby gives notice, that he intends making application to the ike Company, for the ertificates, Nos: lmingtonl urnp renewal of three C in the name of Ann Brian, which have been lost. Should any person or persons have the same in possession, they will conier a favor by leaving them with the printers, or the .subscriber. No. 13, south Nip-th s-treet, Philadelphia. Wi JOHN STAPLER. t w4. May Î 4 . 1333 . Catholic Sc Protestant. CONTROVERSY, The controversy going on between Hughes 1st Breckcnridge, is published in pamphlets of 3 and 4 Nos. each, in Philadelphia—3 pam phlets have been received,containing fromNo. 1 to 10, and are for sale at No. 97, Market street. The other Nos. will be received as they come out—price for each pamphlet 10 cents. P. B. PORTER. FOR SALE CHEAP, A first rate York Wagon, perfectly new: it will he sold a bargain on early application to HENRY HICKS.