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time, fell again, and was found by my men |
protoundly asleep, some hours after, in the ! 1- » h * hp f .ii I place w ei c 1 • . wïtVi "I then found myself almost dying.. with ; m no other than a man st.ll furious, m> India Botocudo, who was merely an in . 1 , , the young Frenchman, who was almost dis- , A traded bv these extraordinary events. All the morning we had perceived insurgent Spaniards on the other side of the Rive r, and some even in the distance on the same aide; they would probably have attacked us had they known how small was our num bers. The dangers of my situation affected my spririts, and I felt myself worse. "I had calculated the soldier would re turn with anew guide from Gnuray on that day; I hoped to obtain help from them, and my imagination was divided between the desire of seeing them, ami the fear of sur rounding dangers. At one time I thought l 1 p saw their dogs v but I was mistaken, and re- | turned to my former state. The dogs l had were some almost without masters, in seen the deserts, which had been attracted by out 1 food. The chasseur, J ze Mariano, now, came and sat by me; he was more calm, had j vrt^cweÂuTelsîîn Mas«V'''Vidd i he 'done have I àccomt.aniedvou 'l have I always been a^f dthful ser an I am' on fire : do not infuse me a drop of waier Full of do not lciube me a orop oi water. i mi terror and compassion, I took his hand, and endeavored to console him "The warm water of which I drunk a orodieiuus quantity now produced the de rired effect' and I vomUed 1 felt relieved a numbness occurred in the fingers but R was of hort duration I distinguished 'the cart, the pasturages, and the trees, and the I Cloud left mv eves so that I could sec all but 1 the upper part ot obiects or if it came on aMin'it waHnlv for J a t*'iv instants The K $ JoK MuiLÔ CO, tta» ""i, « ™ im self, recover the entire use of mv facul ties. A second vomiting began to dissi pate these fears, and produced me fresh ease. I saw objects moreclearly, could talk French! or Portuguese at will, m v ideas became more ! clear, and I directed the young Frenchman : where to find an emetic. I'divided it into three parts, vomited abundantly, evacuating I the food and honev I hud taken in the morn ing, with torrents of water. Until I had taken the third portion of the emetic, I took] pleasure in long draughts of water; but af- ! ter that I disliked it and tonk no more; the cloud disappe ired and after some cups of' tea, 1 took a short walk, and with the exo-t, ' tion of Strength was almost in my natural I stat ,. " ' 7 i ••Nearly at the same moment, reason retur led suddenly to Joze Mariano, without I his having vomited; 1.4 took fresh clothes, i ited a horse, and went in search of the i 1 soldier, with whom he shortly returned. ' It whs about ten o'clock in the morning when we had taken of the honey, and the sun vi",s setting before we had recovered. The momentary absence of the Frenchman and the Botoc.udo had prevented them from eati.ig any of it. The soldier had offered som to the Guarian man, hut he, knowing its deleterious quality, had refused to eat of 1 it. Tin- soldier laughed at him. and had not mentioned the circumstance to us. "On the morrow I was still weak, the sol dier complained of deafness, Joze Mariano had not recovered his strength, and said his bodv seemed covered with glue. As our guide had arrived the evening before, we parted and continued our journey glad to leave the place. Having told his soldier that he should be onidneeuTlTi TV "V^ ^ d . wh,ch had I a l ,. nUa "' e l ascal ! led, on the dav following the memorable one, to look at h sv isp «> nest exactly resemblincr 1 ed H bt t, [he e r' reC5<linS Hrh . Jt ivus r ^ C0 S n .iz- j ed ht the Gu .man and the Indians the guide had brought with him, to be of the kind 1 known in the country by the name of Leche . guana. Some of the animals, with frag m- d-of their habitation, wete secured, and ! receding evening. 4 h appears that notwithstanding the events' of the preceding dav, the Indian Botocudo, the Guarina man, hnd another, ate of this honev without the knowledge of At. St, Hil air,. but none of them suffered from it. ' iquirv in the more inhabited parts, of country, elicited that two kinds of Lecheguana were known there, the one yielding honey white and innmcuous, the oth- * er, such as is reu; and this, though not ul- 1 Was, vet often caused serious injury, occa- ] sinning a kind of drunkenness and delirium, i wlncn woufi' be relieved only by vomiting and which sometimes occasioned death. Tn the A*'' From the Norwich Courier. SNUFF. While some talk in praise of tea, Souchong, young hyson and bohea, Or -neb-like precious stuff. Others will speak the praise of rum, AVliat good it does; and then there's some Will sing the praise of Snuff. Throughout the wide creation round, There's not a being to be found, But that will have his puff; And I'm determined to have mine— Nor think.! ye fair ones, his a crime To make a dash at Snuff I've seen a dame sit idly down, And strew the Snuff'o'er shawl or gown, Till it is coloured buff; And then, witn thumb and finger cram'd, Till nose and lip, are both japau'd, Eat of tlie filthy stuff'. And more industrious ones I've seen. Yet more indecent too, 'tivould seem, With manners something rough. Who set their tables, make their bread, AYash up their dishes, comb their head, With one hand full of Snuff. i j . j i i i ! 1 - BO!.! V VB is a very sm ill thin man, with the appearance , f great person-crivi'y; hil&ce is wel'f-rm d rr.-vcl a ", f •'and aax ,etv ' ! ,c h J° ' h " <1 hi" k .» vetf markable. He we»« a large mustachios, and his j Whene'er tney send their butter devvn, With eggt» or poultry -o tiw town, few there's not enouçh; They tell the hoy he ist get su me Tobacco, sugar, tea and rum, And take tlie n.st in Snuff. Oil' Lon illard, could von hut sec The havoc nude, you'd joi itli mû, Am! *a\ you've made enou^!»; For 'moiur tin* habits of creation. There'« no ,e, hiit drinking, (in the nation, So ba . a-, using Snuff. | hair is dark and curling. After many opportu ! nities of seeing him, l may say, that I never met I with a tuce which gave a more exact idea ot a man* Boldness, enterprise, activity, intrigue, ; m ^ and ^ ; cvt . ri ^ Ild d " tcr . J\ )ed sp ' n - t) #re plain , y parked upon his coun , tenance and expressed by every motion of his bo , A _ Prnctor >, Narrative. - 1 p | LAWS or THU UNION. , I * - ■ it»? fiiiirr rge' .a <r s IBS fV ■ BIT AUTHORITY. ASSED AT THE FIRST SESSION OF THE NINETEENTH CONGRESS. [penue no. 7.] 1 ^ -ycy making appropriations for the purchase of Hooks, and defraying certain expenses for j the usu of t)le Library of Congress. i Be it enacted bu the Senate and House] I of Representatives of the Unfed States of : .Imeriea in Congres, assembled, That, ' the sum of five thousand dollars he. and the ! • , . annronriated out of anv mo same is neieoy, appropu.ut-u out m a..y mu nev in the Treasury, not otherwise appro priated, for the purchase of books, under the direction of the Joint Library Commit tee. for the use of the Library of Congress, Sec. 2. And be it further enacted , That, the sum of two hundred and ninety-five del I lars and twenty-five cents be, and the same 1 is hereby, appropriated out of any unappro printed money in the Treasury, tor defray- i ing the expense for tu o stoves, and nine tons ; of ™i, lor .hr «„ of |U, LB.rory oi Con JOIiN A\ . TAILOR, Speaker of the House of Representatives. JOHN C. r. AI.IIOf'N, ■ Vice President of the rni.ed States, and , ! Prescient of the Senate. |. : Vppikived _March T lS^ti Ae. »01 aa-SUrch . ,1« n. I _ ' ! j [Pcbcic-No. 8.1 | an ACT concerning the transportation of the ! mail between Vicennesaud St. Louis. „ . ,, , o Be it enacted hi, the Senate aid House of ' Representations of the United State, of .1 I mrnea in Congress .dssemblnl, I hat an i i much of the act entitled " An Art to alter 1 a ? d eertain Post Roads." approved ' I * U, , 1T h th,rd . or,t ' eight hundre-.. j i 5 nd '«'enty-one. as directs that "the i t™n, Vincennes, Indiana, to St. Louis. Mo : sotm, shall pass by A mufid,a, shall be, and the same hereby is, repealed. ! 1 1 JOHN W. TAYÏ OR, Speaker of the Home of Representatives. I JOHN C. CALHOUN, Vice-President of the United S'atcs, and President of the Senate. Approver—- March 3,1826. ' ] i JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. Bf it cnaclrd blJ fhf ^ d „ Representatives of the C-'-rf St merica in Congress assembled Pres,Pent of the United State» be. ami ht is hrreuv, authorized to an accurate and minute cx.i uinalior. of the ! country south of the St. Man including the same, with a view to as, 1 »lin tiir* m.-Gt .» , j mitting the transit of boats'to conmat' the ■*' Atlantic with the ( ,n!f rf H.»i n ., „1 i , m 1 wdth * vfew to as^rt in 'the . i. t,rah n ' 1 ' . ' . ■ ' p*„u Ä — • . r P*«'««- j, ! Mi.ry's river to" tïic Àppalac hi.-,',I "riv m- or \ h he r'^e ti c ' V.:*' 'V i ^urvf'A m h.it^ hv \ ' ! i 1 tbnatus of * • e e x «'f e Ä ^ ! w .Mi nrom v ùï-itis* nrtù- .in'i'îf | A V p»''A-was ' Is a'fnV report ^'of ' fhcs0 „roctcdin.'s to be made to Congress ■ r,f " d t,. 1 ! ala ' C V e- G.r^ ' i f twt . llt » thoi-sanil dollars be arnl'tl e sl,mé ' »■ * ; s hen-bv annpjririitcii nf . | 1 u, the 1,0^0.Lrwi o T r 7 "7 ] "j '* I,t4!,ul >' not olhE,wl " »Ppropr.at i ' umv vv Tivim, t i. „rin, ii„ i n ' ' . &pcakel ,onx ! r , P , v Vice-President nf the United States, and President of the Senate. I AN ACT for the survey nf a route for a Canal 1 between the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico, j in r tf Vf 1 i hat the nvtr, and , on 'es ade \ ie , : ! ; , ! n,ut ' hl j . , , , '■ «*!* ilct -1 1 supplementary to an act entitled " An act to amend the charter oi Georgetown," up pvmed third March, one tlio.,v,nd eight. hundred and r.ine, the said l outs between . seventh and eighth streets shall be further t ra««c e< itr t s ti : x r A r\Tv" y tnm ' Tav eue street, three hundred feet. , J A circumstance singular as weil as fatal in its conseq .ences, yays the Indianapolis Ga-! zette, transpired ill Park county, Indiana, on I the night of tlie 18th ult. -V house in tlie oc- ! i cqiancy of a Mr. St ,ggs, on Rac.koon creek, ! j was destroyed by live, and himself, his wife ! . anil child, w- re consumed 1-iy that dreadful | j element. Tiie house hi ing situated at some I distance from any other habitation, this un i fortunate family met their fate unknown to i tlu ir neighbors. Outlie next morning the 1. -.lins were discovered, and from the situa i tion of the bones, being near the door of tlie ! building, it is supposed - hat the husband,fol 1 'owed bv his wife and child, were enden the vuuring to make their escape, when the is reof fell in, and their destruction was inevit able. We derived the above information re-;from a gentleman well acquainted with the his j facts, \, Aprnovto—March 3, 1826. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. [Prune—No. 10.] AN ACT to extern! the limits of Georgetow n, in ! the District of Columbia. Bcii enacted by the Senate and House o f Representatives of the Un, tea States of . / merica in Congress assembled. audition to the limits prescribed bv JOHN \V. TAYLOR, Speaker of tlie House ut' Représentatives. 1 JOHN C. CALHOUN, Vice-President of the United States, and President of the ArmovfcTi—Mun i» 3,1826. icnatc. IOHN qUINCV AT)AMS. Tuesday Feb. 28_In the House of Rep resentatives, at half past 10 o'clock the Speaker tonk the chair, when, On motion of Mr. REED, of Massachu setts the House adjourned. The members then formed in procession, i d repaired to the Senate Chamber, in of invitation, to at.end the funer 1 ÔOarGAESSIOÎTAL MATTER. From the National Journal. I' pursuance al of Mr. GAILLAKD.preceded by the offi cers of the House. Soon after the House of Representatives had taken their seats, the Judges of the Su preme Court, preceded hv the Marshall, en tered the Chamber, and took their seats on the right of the President of the United Stales. The funeral services in the Capitol con sisted of the reading of the 90th Psalm, fol lowed by a brief and impressive discourse . from Dr. Staughton, the Chaplain of the Sen-! ate. Mr. Post, the Cliaplÿin of the House , of Representatives, then offered up a prayer, i and Dr. Staughton concluded the services j with a blessing. ! Hie procession then moved forward to I the imrv.ng ground beyond the Navy \ awl,, where the body was deposited by the side j t ot the other members of Congress who have , died m this city, while on the discharge ot t then pulic (luti.s. ! It ednesdaij, March 1 —in the Senate, \ Mr- Randolph submitted a. aiot.nn calling. upon the Executive for such infirm,.turn as he may possess respecting the u, tentions of | I! 1 "'Mr Sn" Trom on of "°R'° ,.™ I 'be s, Ret • omnut crtp irtid a ' j pi «posing an arm nd ment to the;constitu t.on declaring that no Member .. Congress | .M " J'rt""'"! ", .1?. & *T»S| | „f v Imsinr« I | lell<e r .; tht disposition of Mr. i c, n f Vin-inii uhohid n rieht to \ hv où the amendment i * , lw t ltl i! " ''r'u , n i ' ^ i Ha,-.'o Repres, at ,t vc- lie ».«use was 'iVn'ip nii n" in tin- District 1 of Co'timhia^ . t „ t , , ,1 imin Vl rod< of the Dis a <d to icim ni tl s c11.11m.il code ot the U s ag^Hie Hloi'dr^^on"motion'of Al'r V f v li r W M ive V , ot V ii'gini.,. cii.ing for information : ■ ihc subp-'t ot certain Atnraii captives,; 1a! . in the harbor of Pensacola, and also 1-..lowering tb- rtimmiHec on the Slave • I .idetn •• a 1 for persons and papers: on of Mr. iRichana,, of Pennsylvania, to t iect the hm-akeroJ the House rtva voce: mail.motion of Mr. htewart, ot Pennsylvania, call mg for iiitc.rniation relative to the Lum-j her and Road.an ). on motion of Mr. Vance, of ( Ohio, asking tor information relative to the V.F-1,11 f M.4 I?PS nf thr litîle Mi'.mi D1I/1 Srintn ! Tln mulion If M r On motion ot All. \\ orthn.^ton, ot Maryland, the claims of that state, lor mi jiltin' services, wore referred to the Com- j mittee on ( lam : on motion of Mr. \ it . ■*' V^aKl'to''* h Ame, '7" States m regaitl to n pro sla-e-v, was taken up, 1 ' ,,v ' " f M«'- H ivm-, it was laid on ' R'' t able. 1 he bill appropriating the 3 per j, e r , ( . ,',„„1 0 f the State «f Misai,, pi, \ ^ a, ' d T" "! ' he H»us-"f R«q.res.'ntati h r ;:, ä:,Va ! , uh;,;;; M mrc i »-It springs and the Lead mines in i M : souri tobe exposed to public sale, ! i^pr-sc i.tativs. 'hr d s | rAl th ° amendment of the- constitution resumed ill com mitte of the whole on ' ?"«» Mr. Sievenson ■ r,f ' ,r K" ,ia ' ro,,,mc,lc «1 11 spwb "» favor ot i tl,[; re^ol'ition, tHkiii- the election from the ' »■ r,use ,lf Pcpresentalives, but against that | which champ sthe pr niarv mode of election, 11 p was ( vir, '" t, ' r '»'lisposed, and after speHk - mt . f,„. hour, motion that the commiUe rise, ments made in livers. ! ■ plank. York, the subject of the j q comparative rate of gold and silver c< was referred to' the Committee and Means; the Committer* on Commerce j was instructed, on motion of Mr. White, of l F!r| rid.i to consider the expediency of erect- ! in fi r cei'tnin Light houses in the Tendon : I and, on motion of M v . Vinton, of Ohio, th** sn!>i# ct of granting Stale, if nag-, f.t Wavs 1 lands, in that I as referred to the Committee nil nterestiiig messages and roinmunicati' ns were received. Thursday , March 2—In the Senate, the I 'solution offered hv Air. Rantlolph calling; on (fi,. Pvcsident nf the Public Lands. Some .I ask ! T T i»it<fl Stator for snrh inform:iti«m as Iv •iv pfissrs* touching , j av for a The amend 1 mate to the Navv appro priation Bill ''l'" concurred in. No other business of intei s before tiie House. The Senate went into Trittau , March 5. tlie r nisideration ot Executive business with ! in ten minutes from the time of meeting ; When tlie motion was made, bv the Vice • I , p, , ; i .„t „„.„j -, ,, r ^Lr Ve ^' P »T' ! $ e rf Äiirl., ,'p° r , y- i" Air. Bell rem,ilk. d that'there were^ues' lions of great public, importance, ofuliVx th r m 7 j which were usually acted on° i.Uheir LegU -1 1 .five c.inacitv : and lie was therefore onro lled , 0 P ul Jtlu puttneoftheoiesrion A Uvi io „ to( ^ a ,. j' A Noe's jo ' ' ,t " U lS_ . >„ Iv,,. Vt,,,,.,.',.* 7}... .■ , t >^! "71* «ÄteÄJiÄ , Accounts t0 \ t on ^"'c^tenev of I '■purchasing the Stutionarv hv contract m J order to ensure a better article than that now I supplied. Private bills having priority the ' amendment of the Constitution was not tak en up; but the House went into committee on Private hills. Some discussion took place on the bill authorizing a subscription for stock in the Dismal Swamp Canal Compa «y. >> ut no question was taken * . Saturday, March 5._The Senate did not I s, t to-day. I lie House nf Representatives ! was eng iged, chiefly, ill disposing of private ! hills. The bill authorizing a subscription to ! stock of the Dismal Swamp Canal Compa | was postponed to give time for informa I tion to come trom the Department, wliich is expected in a few days. Mr. Cook, of 11-] to linois, laid a resolution on the table, propos mg a reference of all the various amend ments of the Constitution, now before the committee of the whole on the state of the Union, to a select committee. _q____ , Alabama .-An act to suppress the Mr barons practice of duelling has recently pas ed the legislature ofthis State It enir.inâ j that an oath shall be administered to J an d ! subscribed by t.hc members of the * ! 1 assembly, eeunsellors and attorneys at law, and all'officers and public functionaries, either civil or military, before they enter upon the duties ot their stations, that they have neither directly or indirectly given, ac cepted, or knowingly carried a challenge. in writing or otherwise, to any person, being a citizen of that state, or aid ed or abbetted in the same, since January 1, 1826; and further, that they will neither di rectly or indirectly, give accept, or know ingh carry a challenge to any person dur ing their continuance in the discharge of any [ public function. ei 1 Fire! _A fire broke nut on Tuesday even ing, about ten o'clock, in Renwick street, in a new unfinished three story house, which as we have not seen it noticed, merits, from its circumstances,a passing paragraph. It seems a ] )()or woman with three children, mined to occupy the third storv, and the five was discovered in the lower story. The pom- woman appeared at the thiril story , window imploring assistance; the interior w:ls oi , fif,. i)n d no ladder to he had. After a most p ; ,bifid suspense, the flames raging furiously, and the woman horror struck, and as per' having no hope of preservation, a ladder was procured, and short as it was she contrived t „ Ret on it. A girl followed her. she drag gel , ou t , hoy and they attempted to descend; t h * ladder cracked and shook, hut with as . . ... , s sistance they i< ached the pavement, the flames encircling them from the second story w i,„lo W . After she and her children had been carried to a plar. of safety, she d.scov ered that her youngest child was left a prey dtv0, î ri "% ^ ™ nt ' A - T* "' 4n boM , v MPC " d * d ladd .: p -, ann , through the rooms fi led with smoke and flames, n turned and said lie could find no child. A fireman seized a torch and ascend | « Ihr IW>, i.'ii u . | wh rVhe found iù rcornJrÄ hick room' I i . , 4' ', i fomflv a"'" b7the ÄpWHy of th "fi?!* I ° / lnirc^iauy ox u.e mt j mcn ' N-h-fia/ier. I - GREECE—AVehave bren favoured with the following extract of .1 fi tter from Capt. j ,, N - , , t« a «entlrmai, in this city wni' li we '"T sorrv to perceive gives a in, l.mr.hoiv i account of the situation of the Greeks - V ? : " r 'J weeks. •' v - t.iom. V. S. ship Ontario, at sea, Mediterranean,? • Jan. 21st, 1 tJö, off Algiers. S The Situation if the Greeks is so déplora |, lr the pro,-la nation of England, that ; , llar , !)y kl „ w what t0 sav t0 you ; j was at j Hl , 1ra n „ 7th December, and on the 13th , off y uva ,'ina. 1 -„ok- two of the ( Greek cruisers from off Missolonghi, on the 7t », w hi r s nl-.re w m still i-i thoir h 9 mU F 1 , . , s , 1 1,10,1 !lant,s * ,V Va ^ """T* îlS wHI Î,S bv s ° a The Capt. Pnchu with 115 sail of several s j z ,. s from 15 f»i -ates d boat, on tne'sea side, and Ibrahim even to a Pacha, with about 15,000 troops, on the land c*. Tlie Ore< P s had made an unsuccess- j attac k with their fire ships, and had been I 11-d to haul off with the loss of one ot The h q . f i j th^m. l ! I [ r "'liar Greeks had likewise 1 vui-le attack upon Ibrahim Pacha. Nothing if consequence was the result. The Greeks icknowtedge the loss of 70 killed. The Finks, it is said, lost 1.50. No quarters giv- i I civon either side. I he Greek squadron had withdrawn tn Hydra to get otiier reinforce ments, deemin practicable, I fear,indeed, T I ui attack at tins time im h any chance nf success. I ithout some especial good for tune, that they will lie destroyed or have to flv their country ; for the Turks will not hear of .a truce or peace—destruction in toto is all they will listen to ; for to lav their arms down, and unconditionally submit, will amount to loss of beads, for not one would be spared bv their invi ter de masters. You have no idea of the wretched condi tion of this devoted people ; yet thev are so ! infatuated, that their prerarious situation dues not serve to unite them—faction still rules supreme. Money alone is the talisman to govern them, and it is plie god of their idolatry, all wish to possess this magnet ; it appears to be born with the been so for ages, and I fear will long continue , and has so. The brick machine, invented at Wiscas set. Maine, by J. M. Brooking tent judges, will i-ntii elv super, ent mode of making bricks. The foil is a description of it from the Wiscasset In telligencer : "The mortar is re drived into a large hop per, where it may be ground fine enough for potter's use—passes into the moulds, which , are conveyed through a channel to the hands j of the workmen. s, by compe :ede the pres to g The mould is returned to I a trough, where an apparatus washes and cleanses it with great expedition—it is then Pivert on the other end of the channel. p»*** under the feeder oi the hopper, and 0ut -i* t l he 5, he, '°J 'J 1 * eha " m1 ' as al)[)ve dl ' wW -f f W ™ e '."«<*"«*7 « mov '* bet^ed^l^^b^'k^l^s"^ may ' ,C ?A.^ tcd ha ^ 1 ' ho, ' se f wa '. er I >nw, ' r - , V'Hit Funds sufficient to place the m P r V , 1 r 1,1 thc ho PP er , receive and i-eturn the moulds, one hand at the wheel may mould ''-0,000 bricks in a day. By water power the machine mav be made to form 100,000 or '«one turn of the wheel forms à brick, r , ? lacedo ï I Z' - P * W *.^ >'. !,rd ' or «l^where. The I le sst"g machine is veiy tc.inonncal, and I '***> 7°'' thiin any r t, '"' K F« ' t ■ 1 IC N' ,,,c "xpeuse of tlie machine for l "' lkln 5 al )j'pressing brick (adapted to hano ' wer ) wl " not exc eed M) dollars. cJ r , , , Shameful carelessness —Me, understand l tUe , Ba S s wa: ' ! fou id in the io,d about four indes from tlie : ^ to l nnn J fl ,, the ' lpe1 ' I . „nun in,. i' C . th , e CHn . k l s ! * L " ''"'rrs place their j i ,, us ' - . , rem arkable that they ; I !*, f-.,V 1 , ,oa , , lhls is I ance tne m.ul tell into honest hands and ; 11-] as * eturued to tlie office sate—A. Y. Adv. j o-i ■ r „ | o * " e remains of Commodore Dale were on I 1 „ ,. y ^""'pained ' at be place ot inter 1 " ,n Chr8t church ! mi y |n g ground, by . f n , ,mn * en *" concours^ of citizens, A large I ' od . v , sa,Iei ? W^iXei the Cineinnati, and ! ■ brought uTthc rear efu'' '* SUm,!,>: SCh T' ; ' conformité of i-he w'éhe ]f^.i 1 ^ »"'Cession. In ; ».«„«„dih J ^ ie w,s ' es 0 ^'he fun,ily there d liltary paiade.—Commodore Dale was a brave and able officer of the révolu- ; navv. a useful citiv. Christian. The spontaneous expression <r respect his fellow citizens yesterday paid tn his memory, proved that his merits nut unappreciated.— Phila. Gaz. [ A new line of packets was established at Ik ei pool, at the beginning of January, to ply K -' ularly between that port and Rio de Janeiro. * An English paper says: "At an auction fo, week, for the sale of the Htock of Mr. Charles Host, a grey hound was sold for no less than 12s guineas!!" GREECE—Letters from Modon, dated hi], November, says, that "Ibrahim will be sent e .. U to-morrow with his new troops of 8,000 infant-» and 1000 cavalry, for Missolonghi, and the Turk ish fleet will, at the same time, sail for the * destination'" Zante, Dec. 14.—Ibrahim Pacha has summer, ed Missolonghi to surrender, on pain, in case rt refusal, that the garrison and inhabitants should be delivered over to military execution. R. tween four and five hundred houses were Foreign and Domestic Gleanings?* A gentleman farmer, of Norfolk Engh'ilJT gaged (or a het of 20 sovereigns, to ride his L' pig, from Wisbeneh to his own house in one hour He accomplished the delightful task in fifty utes. 7 same ^ , l|>ith «, - | of *2a per aere.'to those who are thus employed, I Vnr "' lms, J': l ' , , n, ' seed k \ hc P'^ "f i an arc, which equals oats in value, as an article I ° f 5te M'^?rVh i j \ ni c<;iii»£ of the triends of civil and rcliffioui I liberty has been held at Haltimore at which address of some length to the people of Ireland T"*' ' l ' To D ,e ' 1 - expressive of the warmest sympa. j ,, '. y . for f tt ' e ,! r .'»DPr^ssive condition, and ardent wl »bes for thoirspeedy emancipation. i „„r mônTr'f' 'i T for her trail- in ? "1 n P " f wl,! ' l , e and s J' f-rr I 10I, > -« «««» - ihat the people use „0 lamps, in consequence of which the town is the darkest in the country at night. T nnotliy Jayne, aged between SO and 60, wai •"'•''y frozen to death, a short distance from Hi ; ■ e U„ , !r , | n the town of Molo, N. . Y. He j »» b» n <1 » wb.skcy bottle, which he had X c Ston ,nd Ä, , r P, ,lo fi. r , no?annnm^dready estimated at !..TOO,008 i if v T' ■ r , , . . A letter from T mpico of the 8th Jan. received at New-Orlruns, state., that a law has been pass ed hv were built in Philadelphia last year, including seven of six stories, an.l a Hotel which cost ?40 or 50,000. The Honorable John Gaillard, usually denom inated the father of the Senate of the U. States for his long services in the house, departed t!,;,' life on the 20th ult. at Washington city. Re was a senator from the state of S. Carolina, and his loss w ill be long and severely felt by his fefi low citizens. The proprietors of the accommodation line oi stages between It dtimore and Washington, have reduced the fare between the tivo cities to one dollar. Broomcorn is raised in Morris eountv, N. J. in large quantities, and 509,000 corn brooms ; ire a". the Mexican Congress, and promukrateJ at Tampico and at other ports, prohibiting for» eigners belonging to countries wliich have not acknowledged the independence of Mexico, from j being 1 admitted into that country on any pretext I whatever. The Georgetown fS. C.j Gazette of the 10th 1 !, b* says that Peach Trees are in bloom, and 1 1,1 n ' s " y" "P ' n some gardens, in that place, *' 1 ' ,c f dnnist," a paper printed at Dementi, 'J"been uippressed by the Government. i ''X. 1, •■ >! 1 ' 1 T ' e,1 ' riL ." c T ? tere<1 th ? off*, »nil carried " ,rt,IP Hap ° r 'be Press, and took the Editor M A bo lie Bar oftho Court. One hundred ami nir.ety-tivo thousand, nine hundred and twenty-one barrels of Flour were imported into Havanaduringthe year 1825. 15, 743 barrels were from Philadelphia. About 7000 barrels in addition to the regular importa tions, are clandestinely introduced ev It is stated in a letter from Washington, pub fished at Buffalo, that Governor Cass, (of Michi gan) accomplished the new treaty hetwsea the U. States and the Creek Indians; and.in the Detroit Gazette, that the Governor is, probaMq to be appointed one of the Judges of the Su preme Court of the United States. Prom the adjutant general's returns, it alt pears that tlie militia of the state of New-York, g artillery, cavalry, and riflemen, amour: ; year. hiehidi to 150,000. In the 'usemnbia (Alabama) paper. Chur!« C. M'Clure, has published a certificate unde: ame, acknowledging himself tu have been guilty of the most infill, liis own saml villain mis slanders against the family of Major Jcsss Weaver, of Columbus, andiliat he had threatened 'lie life of Mr. Thomas Morford, anti that he does not deserve their countenance or lenity ever to shine upon him again. A man by the name of Randall, recently made his escape from the jail of Butler coun ty, Ohio, by assuming the dress of his wite who had been permitted to visit him. IF had hern confined on the charge of having coun terfeited Spans,ih dollars. Forty pounds arc off, red by the Com missioners for the most approved plan, ele vation and design of a building for a P Pri ment House, m York, Upper Canada. Pirns will be received until the first day of May next. T1 ' e rity Inspector of New-York reports death of 117 persons during the past ÄÄ We " emen ' 39 ' V0, " CD ' , One half of the one hundred thousand dol lnr prize lately drawn in the Maryland State Lottery, was owned, jointly, by Charles II. Clark, and James Gibson, of Romney Vir giniu. One quarter of the same prize was held bv Jacob Wolfcane of C idmus i'eni: who him^generously^ presen Wo,™ thous.nd tothc äVä ticket for him. I lie animal report of th» Comptroller o. Pub,u ' Schools, for the 1st District of Penn svlvatiin, gives tlie number of 3507 children, tliat received instruction during the be year, in tlie city of Philadelphia, anJ 4-17» , I' 01, the whole district. In eight years, 18,0? cliildren, between s and 14 years of at" ' ! have experienced tlie benefits of this pubi: system of instruction, to l ' I London .—During tlie voar 1824, the mini!' s ! of christenings in the city otT.ondon, was ?.V*C j burials 21,026. Executions 14. Some calc ! ; tions of the food anr.uaUy consumed, in this c h ' lvc heen lately published, by which it app';""; ; tliat the value of the cuttle, sold in Smithti ■ j market, is eight and a half millions of pom | sterling. I he annual consumption of butler I eleven thousand tons, and of cheese Hint,"" thousand. 1 he money paid annually, is supp" « ' " amount to one million two hundred and '• H>ou«.ml pounds sterling, one ot the » ! *»nd«. d'mnga cons,denude portion oi th ; ^ " C '' ' In ; ;;rk • The Congress at Panama are probably •' session. Great Britain and other Europe ; an Powers have their Agents there, u bn -'