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9 mm N O R T II A M K II I C A N a&4 f by ih irta ir Ut ero the inf ''t-sre hy ',,mr ';, 4hrwi he wuld j New we mutt bave no more forrhnht I wouM khnol him. The latter tur ned the rM, Canada dr noi remai to ih ' cnoily u,:trraieJ, il bui kì.i- Tfrwh riti) , ih j? i.:T.:f ra et other per. j Z". f rnmedalelr tt Ih ntra ai l.hi.l. f ,Af MI-' 1 t-'-r, V-mrli r't ihat riac lor bis ,wn MI- 4 i.'wrty t fcrij u,er igisiorie, fiirrtifig; k-e p your ctim, and paiola, an.1 j nnu-ket atÌde nJ kn.ckrd Waiker iìon daggrr brighi and rlcan, bidyour tin-.e, i ami jnn Hd rjn him with sucri violence be rca.lv a orse r.fJf t ri w firn cailej u;in. I !ìs!1 nt bave ir. any more i- Oa Chriat- jvr ..-.- j ,-r u -W p w.l, and iva t home tifiti ni tir of addfrséirig vnu tui otKef UrihfrJ rtir, their itiuiW, i 'Iwfir the hle .,! brinda v. He wai ap- maa-dsy the ment ben of the fon veri ioti, bwhoj, Le. Le, ì late ,th tbern Fruli-d k.ui r.rvrn .VWk a niChi, j l" frm the North .ami the Laric.l.ir, .... . . ' n at ajatrrn in r!r r,uf. He fctanoriUh.rr, and 1 nklure tJut nn, lil raut ti b ttkea t rance he ffwre nfì nrwduWr c..nvr-d i.f.re Mr. Mytt.m, " fmn rare tir in Manchester to them, eìther ia ìeitrf i.fejifhafije, (TK)r.py, J C''wniy i c ifiie, ariil Mr. Jorsri, the rrange their plana, which idiall shake this fera or in any other eitiira?ent. accordine i Wi.vnr jfbpool, by wh'xn, after a if r'' empire tn ber rentre. I jeaterdav was ' irjiuiihiiiiin, rse a mui.iiiitrj io Montgomery ga-.l p tale hi trial at th. to the 57 ih arte. " Granted. 19. The irihabitaata or any otter peo nie whi K'i Lave tu (Ter ed damale, io iheir properlr, rroreah'e or immvrab!e h-ft at Quelx: un-Jer the fa t h of the Capi to'aiion r.f tht cmv, may niake their re pffsentalmni ti the Unltih (uvrrnment, wh:rhaha;l frati them juatice. ' Gran-teJ." &0. Tf.e preect Capitolation nha!l he irtviolaWyexecotedtnailil artifleaon bh Jea end in d faiih,not ìthatandmg' ai) io!tH"n and ali other pretence as to pre- cejjrg capiluiatior, " Granted." precented in Manriirfcter hv a party ol Iienlìemen iih a handsnme dmurer fc'ilver- neit a7et. The aoldiert are quarlered fhiiled, and wahhard, in tken of their eon here, bui the mn t fuiet. jlidence and eslet-m. Tlie meri of Ilury Newlown, MnruJay. have their eyes f ii you, idoii nfAhiituii; I.'jfit ler.iri I ave lrn arrcsted to-.lav 'I Kneland ha ila eves onon (iu : om cì'tt jjed with hi ir g ronrernej in the Jie ,,' Iheir guide and beamn. The ti. ? i!iStorha;ire. Thev were hr.)inlil hi-dir. l lnnd vnu bave mn,!e nrinl the urrniMi! fO-CleTCM. SI. fn cae tliere ahould remain any In diana after the torrender of thih city, the F.niflith Gpnrtal wiil take care that they ahall nnt enter into the city, and that they ahaìl nnt insult in any way whaiever Hi Masi Christian Maj.'ty' auhi'cn. .fntwer, ' li aha'd be taken care that the Indiana do not inaoìt Hit Moal Christian Majeatt'a ubjeeU." 52. The trop and other auSjects of Ilia Mivat Christian Majsty who are tn gn i r rance, ahall he hippediiri a fort-! mht at he fnrthermoat after the signing ofthe preaent Capitolation. " Answered by the 5d article." 3. 1 he Irnnps and other auhjeets of ma Mnat Chrutian Majeaty whn are to il to F rance, ahall be Indged and eneamp d in the city of Montreal and other post they now actually occupy, ontil the mo. inrnt they aliai embark f.ir their voy. gp; in the meantime pasfa shall be gran- ted to thoae who may need them to go to different place of thecohmy to settle their busines. Granted." 54. Ali officerà and aoldiera in the ser ir tt Pi.i... .u i . . i -, . ..i. ni),, nave oeen matie pn onera in Canada and in New Enr? lana, onan t aenl back a soon as possili w r rance wnere their ranaom or exchanjre nati oc settied accordine io the Cartel ; and if any of those officerà have businesa fa Canada, they ahall be at liberty to come inuner. "Uranted." AS Afl 11 mittil. (V. ... .v . .,,,,,,,, uiiiirn mmiamen anu Acadian who are priaoner in New Fn land, they ehall be aent back to their homes Jtntxeer," Granted, excepting the Aca iian." Doile at Montreal, 8lh Sept., 1760. (Signed) VAUDREUIL. Dneat the Camp opposite Montreal, the ni orjiicmner, libi), (Signed) AMIIERST. (To bt CanHnutd.) FORKI. From the London Tim, THE CIIARTIST INSURKECTION l.VNORTinVAI.PS The lower class nf people in Ihìs district re repreaented a beinjj a very depraved end disurderly set. Durine the search for rnaonera, and whiie the suldiera nere at ine omienol the town, a number of indi viJuala were oberved upoti the mountains, y.vaj-unf mwaras unayu'aer. I hecavalry immediately went in pursuit, and succeed J in apprehending twelve prisoners, who were eecorted into Llanidloes, and placed in cloe confinement, and to morrow they will be examined. The infantry were seni intothe neiehboring wonds, to beat the buahea for Chartista, and they 6ucceeded in pprehendin three or four who werethere conceaiej. uneol the prisoners taken Irom ire wmxia waa recognired ai having aiab bed a apecial constable in tìie shoulder witli pi e. A number ofprinted coniea ol ber M jraty'a proclamation against drilling and armitig were thia day received from Lon don by the mail, and were immediateìy poated about the town. The streeta are rowded with iòlera, but no attem: t to hrtb lk ...... I... l . ( m v.v .. )n.awc u r-n macie. . r , .'bpno'i Mar 6. .irreif ef9ne 0fth ChartUt leder, Mr. Th.imn P..u..ii i.i... - - " u! uni town, anno r ,te buie property.on which he live j -. " iyf tne urne ri a been nne of the principal oratori and lead- era oi me vnartiat party in North Waiea tra erreated at nìahu Powell waa the ciadjulorof Mr. H. Hetherington, of agi tatirt aotoriety. The charaeterof hi ad" lree to the moltit ode, it i Mi,ft jafm noe rharee againi hm; arvf another m Uh ie otfrr.ee commi HeJ at Uaoi.li .ca I. Inrj ! metter, .Mr. O. fiore, M. I'., Mr l.itmore. M. ., anj It) Olive. Thev are plarrd in ctistody, and in-inorrow it ix eSJ,etteil (t,ry w ill umlergo an e.ariina!Ìon. ie Miropshue ìenmanry, the IVrisiuii ern, antjtne nn .aiop Plinio, are pr.i leciing the town, whirh eontinues in a mate of eicitement. The l ith Keuiment. irnm IrelanJ, ta fionrly experted. Private mee;ings o 'the Chartists take place in the evening, and nne or tw i of the leader, a man named Idoyd, ond some orberà fmm Uhaydaer, have been 8een in ilie neighborhiKkl, but, with every disposi tion to apprehrnd them, the a'uthoriiics cannot at present prefer any charge. - .Measures, tiowever, are !eing taken to ensure the apprehension of bome of the known iingleaders. Conlinurd Jlarm. Lord John Russell isaounoing the alarm about Bristol, and the Magijtracy are alinosi panie strurk at the fornit!ablt:ess of the Chartisfs. Ina circular to the Magistrati he ava " I have informed the Lord Lieutenant ofthe coontv that in case ther )miil,i t. - llK goixl cause (or apprehendmg that nota are ahout to take place, and t!ie nrinrinal in balutanta ofo disturhed district should be iiesirons ot Inrming an Associatimi for the proteetion nf lile and propcrty, Bmf nffer tneir serviceu to Government for that pnr- n"r, inni srivici- wni ne accepted. In case ni sucri an Association being formed, uiuruiui jiiijviunig BUcn arins as may oe necsaary at the expence of Gov eroment. " I am desions of calling yonr ntlention tothiucommunication, and have only to auu, inii ii any genuemen are c es rmisol exertmg themselves in joining or formirfg, auch an sssodation, their service will he accepieu, anu a proper supply ofnecessary arms, for the proteetion ol lile and nmnoriv immediateìy provided." Poor Law piaci" vu on a iinnid iire-enii ttence, aiid I teli the three Somersetdiouse devila, I teli the masistrale, 1 teli Lord J ihn Uutbell, before we will be tefiarated from our ives and chili! ren to he fec' on skilly, notone, but from Dukinfield-hill to Ashton, and the blood and Inme house between bere and Slalybridge, (mark, I don'l mean cottage house,) ave, and ali Stalybridge, Rhall be one wiJe sheet of llame." that he anrviveil but a few hours. A corv ner'a Ìnqoet wes calìed, ho rei tir ned a u-rdict that W alker carne to hm deaih ty meddlitig with that whirh did tit concerò him, atid that il' he h ad been minding bis own business he would tiot bave been kiì'ed. On Twestlay lact a Heginuntal parade of the New C.itle Mililia wns he'd at Brighton.a few mite fmm Cobourg. A Inrge cofiipanv of Inlaiarv frmi the north pari of the Tow tisliip of Crainnke, who, t'gether with ilx-ir ollicers, were to a man relormers. arrivrd in the vi'liige with a Patriot ir Flag ofenormous size, raised uji nn a Mali' twei.ty (i-i high, with the in sciiiitinn nf " Lord Durhani and reforin" Mr. Jtavo!tiltxa a fhoit limcairrt into the hands of the toties near Mimi.1-. Bay, was returning Irom Montrral,whilr he had been in order to transact sornf k $inei9 in relation to bis property, which, altorney dare not do for fearof com,rnri ing bimself. Ile had a!so nome cl.iìtiren ' college for wliom it wns necessary to ' vide, else they would bave been turne( p . Viger and the athet pti$oncr$ la!rfh Br retteti onthe Ftonfier. Alihough ff( been long accuslomed to the falsehon,,0 : the Tory Press of Canada, yet we ivPre ! fìrt km mr isi'd ni ih limili.., .i , - ti.unt.L-io me urni . drel who edits " L'Ami dti IVti '' when we read an article in il,at , ' in li 1 hit rnuilnUnn.! n m n r. I h v ti vi wnir ona, flr i v hoiM-nien nnd a large Yiumber of ,,ich ssociated the name of Bonarr-ntu-, foni after tiiarching ihiough tlie village Viger and other patriota with e and being g ree tal by the ntiens, they rohberies on the Riehelieu. It now i '''' raised their (lag upon the rooof a building ,, ,, , ,, , , . ' rur.-., whereitfioatedduringtheday. " J r robber.es were emmun, riM . -i ti i W t"c 'yalists under borrowed enlm, ì he tories determined to pulì itdown or .. . . , 1 c,,nus, toshontittopieces-nnd the company who raan OI vv"m 'vc been d itcovered ar raised it gave ihem notice that they were arres'rd. Mr. Viger bas alwaya sustaln.j lrepared to defend il, and that if any man the rharacter of an honourable man sanie late. 1 he Col. ol the fi tèl tà ho It I Vi mini li if It cliAnl.l KÌ,ni.i tlw. Ll ,1 ...v .i.w.m ic oiiwuiu ouait me i mai caniioi De EaiJ ol Mr IÌUon Peftfioa ofthe National Convention.- a"w 1 "e. Ln- ol ,lie "nj'nnt, Marconnv. lU Vllnr The niembera ofthe National Convention uenr Ut't,on' " a,so hentì " mei thi mnrninir t ti.r r.m.-n i." i . ... I county and a high tory, cautioned bis rr r 'Ami J P..,.!.. u.. . Street, for the purposeof proceeding with '".f " .lo dl-u'b 11 mn(e an ungallant attenni to Z Z ' Ihe national petition to the hc.se of Mr. ""ej't g't themselves mio serionsdilEcnlty, ""g auant a,lem ound t!ie T. Atwood, who is lo present it io the "8 he pected ht there would soon be eel,nes ol a mos' respectable CanaJ,, House of Common thi t-pninir Ti, some change in the government of the prò- lady: we mean Madame Drolet. ih i.,.. petition had been placed in a sort ol'h'incf art"1 'e.v did not knnw into whose of Charles Drolet Esn., of Quebec r. ' frame, and excited some attenlion. PG. 'ncU they nnglit fall. At four o'clock in nerIJtTP(, Mr. n' ' licemen were mnlovl ir. .jr , k the alleninoli the regiment was dismissed. .... . ' 'v"('m mt PTO 111'? Troni th rari in iiliìK il when the flag was taken down and waa stood Mgj STA T E PRO SECUTIO N. Tue Qoekn r. Joseph Katner Ste PHEKs.On Fridny last the Rev. Mi Stephens appeared in the Court of Queen'ì Bench, pnrsuant to a notice served unon him by ihe Sherilf of Cheshire to ihat ef- p.eauio ine three several bilia of muictmeni tound against him t il, Uà, aabi7.es neiu in uverpool and Chester. The nev. aeiemiant tileajeij Xot Huiìh. .n,i . nuj UIIU fa I tr in n Té . I. r J -..v. u.ua ......cu me uourt to order that he be furnished with a copy of each iml.Vt. meni. H.s application was immediateìy erriti ari 1 1 i : i I t . . ' is.-iiicu. Vn wni ne recoiiected that cor ivir raf.i.l .i ti., l . . . ' thirty or forty members walked from the radicals, the lables are turned and thev are flag was taken down and was s,oou "'?"enn bociety, has left th,. Pm tionojl. It it two milea n.l inni vr,ta : loiiowed by more than three fourtbs ofthe v"ce to join ber hosband at Buffa in. ...j ' length, and has a million and a ntiarter ri ( recirneiit and a large processimi ofeitizens we congratulate the citizen nf ih, '..i.. signature. When rolled u it formed a Lrou?,Llhe ,reel the V1,!age, shouting this vntnKU ... . 1 ,r cylinderofabouta yard in uiameter and lj0r" Uurl'am anJ re,t)rm !" ' .,, n'sl 'f three yards in circumference. and it is so Our informant who i. ,;,lBi r "peC,ab,e 80C't,,y- Mr" and Mta- Drole: heavy thateigbt men were emploved to Nt;wcastle district, stales that the recent 8000 win ,fiat resl,ec' and esteem with take iv with Ihe frame. Mr. F. O'C'onnor news from England has changed the tone wnicn they have always been honouredm having lormed the members into nrocessinn. of the tories in Cannila timi ìnct the petition was placed in a van, decorated domineering insnlence which they bave t c1 " " with flags, and soon alter two o'clock some heretnlore exercised towards reforniers and HN Wsmitii, a wholesale Mer chant of Montreal.who was in N. Yoikn Ihe time of ihe last rising in Canada, ar! had lesa to do with it than Van Buren had, a short time since returned and is now in Montreal jail; so saya our inloiniant. Jr. Neysmith passed the winter wilh hu brother-in-law, Mr. W. Thorp in Faiifirld. ' While there, we had the honor of makinj his acquaintance and f'ound him a warm friend and a talented.honorable gentleman Brilishlreachery has thrown him inioif filthy loallisome jail, vvhere, being a ria of slender consti tutinn, he cantini bear bp against the ili treatment and cullering wliim room.and set out with it, as proposed, to iiir. Aiwoou's house. 1 he crowd cheered loudly as the petition was placed in the van. About two or three hundred persona were conected, Dui it excited little attem on excepi in ine immediato neighborhood of uie court. jjondon Louner. in consiant alarm and trepidatine Ilujjalonian. SWANTON, JUNE 19, 18S9. rrom piexteo. ytie news from Meirirn r il,. neieatol ine t ederalisia and the death ol General Mctjj is confirmed. The New Orleans ?'imos .iys, "ihe action look place about six leagues fiom Pueblo, t a place called Nocazito. General )ies were rousea al the Liverpool Assiscès.) .... ih u,e xnree inC'ctments wax , , . - viiiuiua M .TI , , V. ; "'ens, wtio bnwed to ihe Juds-e and left the Court W. ,i., stand that Mr. Stephens intenda to apply tO hai' l i nonna l r., ' J . ,. w l'iongeii oi me Chester ind.ctment to Li vermini, in nr,tr .r,f n the three cases may be tried in one place, it oeinz manifestlv imnratf ÌAnl.L l . j . , I . v v ' UC IMt- iarea lor trial at two senarafi one nnd the same timo s fi,- ri. Assizes are hehl contemnnr.n,,.,.!,. .:.u those nf Liverpool. ' J I he followinir nassa U in r .l. iree indictments: Ali things are suhject tochange, but Jr. Jl arJ un,."n' c'ni ,.arti wnn SU isrr ni mn- n support ol the members vou have chu sen for the National Convention, the nre fcent system will be changed; the end of ...c iuidz, is come, and i.on the ruins I andmy colleagues will build a republic, which w, g.ve us a fair remuneratimi tn lair dav'rfwnrt- ih vt:.,.,i . mi . """"i"" vonven- 'Coming events cast their hadowt before." SIGNS OF THE TIMES. That Creai Britain anticinates a ninni Mcxia at the head of 1000 men prirnimioro,! 9!.nAlwiih ha TTk.:.,,i c.-. . ofthe Government troop, under Gei, """CU lUlC8 18 aVlvnVy as 7'he baule commpnctìd boia 4 o'clock. a. m. and certain as the 'act 's that Gen. Jackson lasled 6 hour Gcn. Mexia cnniurpH ilio nriln. wnn ih hniiU ni r. ofthe enemy sverai t.mes, and when on the noint LTlr ' r.min.. i.. . ., ' " extraorninnrv mn..,.,.., r.i... n " m.,,icic nciory over me uovern- J .. wi umi uuvern. t i.nu oliaw ,i i ,, . ment troopa, waS charged in .he rear by General Ucnt nlainlv indieai !i f l I Caused the deal 11 of greci nuu.bers of .a,.ta nna al the head of 1400 m, h h,i ;.,.. .. ' J '""I" the Patriois. M .li.l ... rrivedfrom Pueblo. This ind.) .Tn: are ordered to Canada and in ,h, , , . " r,ul" ,B81 " the enemie forces jut the troon. undr M; ir. lower P;r0 , . "ttause ne tieard tliat a warrant of Bigi) ...eh confusion ,l,a ihey fled in every d.recion. areadv arrjved ' ... n ",menw ,ave Treason had been issued against him. Not Gen. Mexia was t.ien taken. aAer fih.in.rier..- rcduJ arrivea- 1 wo thousand muskets. Li:j i .. .... . rately a.KÌ coi.rageously during , he whole "engagé- à foHy milliotU musket Cartridee are 1 1 l,er,,,,8SIH" ment. The Iosa on eiiliir !Wa... . c ,c I from tifi hnmu in A.-. , .:.i i . .. ... iu uu oi w.ii oui lei ) i i t I ej t.. .-...W.IU0WM D0l ascerta,,,- 8ent out from England, not to put dow ' "Vera e. M i ioqo t u-... ... ... ih r0n,i: ..,i.. n: r .. . . n hindrance. --- ..,.j.k7 i nave just le.irn-i """ion icuciiiuu, jor mal IS Adii, vi .. . ed, from an undoub.ed source that Gen. Mexia assinP.I m , .. . P'OVerbial rece.vea ine most hum.liating insulta from Santa flu,l"tlal myansts, but to Briiish treachery is becoming BORDER AFFAIRS. d.bM"..rdered.'obe shot.wilh hia back turned toders bave heen rmiA . r rE àbk aoun d yet. i.ic Buiuiury. bs a iraitor to Iiis rniintr Thi. I, ..vu n, ii-ui KBij iah in ... ., , . refused.and he was ih.nn,,,. ;.. i a c'.T Provincia! roma rii.no;,. I. i . ra$f a" :At Convention ofthe Demo ...,;r..:- . .1 " " v" 'a,u'i""la .. . ' ua" ks are io De cral. r pr.ni r... c bill t immtff oiol., r.. ,iur... . i . vuum c-ciiaionai umiriei, n the fron ie n I P U 11 Eake-fic1 - th. 6th inai., the following re,, he fron ,er,-and under the .pecons pre- Imi... touch, our border affair. Were pa,L.- ,rute Ul 4""g reoemon when there is We pub'.isl, them io how abroad ,i..t ,t, r.,. Lynch Law Th r r... :r.. none volunteers are raised & thornno-h. ment officerà on the - - v uic ic w, u a i v . ..... Who look upon a scene likethat at ihe font " dr"led t0 Ule use of arms ; in the rreat. tvrr '"tance thetrue representative. ofthe pe f i i - - i - i . . est secrecy the feelings of the French Can 8 Vlrtucsj nor are tl.ey in the enjoyment of ti ad ians have been canvassed to know "if in Mieol'e " co"'ìdencc. There is virine yet amorj case of a WAR WITH THE UNITED f l mg the ri.t. Bank, one of the Lund in K.'icmn, duriog the L.'aoid!oe diturb fe, ras protetteti from the fury of the Ih?!?' ""-"d V veep from" ine face or the earih titr.a . tuia nave si) long ade the homes ol the people the abode of famine. I h, .ni,ì. the rnag.stracy and the cotton tyranls, that fthey w.il noi change their svsie,,, of ì i 7 . au J'Pression. nd wholesale ok1 and bone murder, by putting up this Mi e finger, instead of one fire, DukinfieU. Ashton, and Su Ubri-I-T ..;n k . filarne. I bave'hear.i ir tt.K;....i .i ' k . . ir.ni inai Ashton .a to he garrisoned. I should like loaeeJovrettandBuckteydare to insali theoverworked tyrannir-d, trampbd on honest, operat.ve. of Ashton, by introd.,c: mg ni.htary body there: bui if fi.-. ctie, you must change your tactics; give " 'un t.urr rnpprc . i-i inrm. lei inein th.. .;.k deoy yoorseJvesindulgencea, grani the' few comfort, you have to estab.'ish a Kood un der.tand.ng with them. p.wn vour clothes ...ym.ng tre.t thera with tnea, ,nd "".a. If thi fiame anH tl iKw p.. i - - . .r, r..ulr lnr J.? l i" ge"W'' wb-v " oe or irif j.hton ganders. and tlma not,. .1. ... . oi Uriswold-st. vesterdav. ivi.hniii n ol horror. Yet, we must confess, there are crimes commited by those, wearing the lormolman, for which there is no legai remedy. Pacl Mah.es, a buteherhere, and a d.sgrace to the lamily, and his trade, (lor our butehers, generaily, area worihy class of meri,) received in his eiuploymeni, some months since, a deserter from the orinari army, and afier becoming indebled to him some 50 or 60 dollars. r.anrMll..i hi. obligat.on by getting the poor fellow into a fit of intoxicat.on, conveying bini aerosa the nver, and surrendering birri to British officers, for the ordinarv reward on sudi occaMons. Bui to iheir honor and nianli ness lei il he said, they allowed him to be whipped and croped for his pains. Vt laws must he executed and rules enfbrced" and II npinrr iii.,luri,....l .t.. . i ' 's "uii"i mai yesiema v was the day annointed lor the deserter, certain individuala look th wretch, who could se!l the lile of hrn.i.o. man lor a lew rallrv dollara. rrii' Ili in .n rati, shaved his head, tarred and sanded it and he was finaily lodgni in jail to protect him from annihilation. We do not cannot commend such acts on the pan of any portion of our citizen, but we will re peat our words, that there are vili Il n Imo comm.tted, for wbich the law makes no "uion. Lei tn.s lellow be discharged ' 'e workinc men of Vermont jt,t. .l,r ;. CTiTpe .u rj i-. "iioui eiHTOgn yei exisiing to crush the worm Ili', ldeU,J. l the ùntisi, ihat has so Ionf.aina the LcrherinstitunoM ' ou,u ueoepended on. Extraor- Wher. is there a friend to the Canadi.n Patr. dmary exertions are making in England amone ,he KTerent politicai panie, ofthe Uniied ' to obiain army recruits, but for colonial or State, w,' wou!d B8t heartily .ubseribe to then ' loreign service few only can be obtained. Kesolu,ions? Read. In addition to ali these signs. we nerrniv "'heas at a former meeting ofthe demoerr' " Ihat American Storta.,-.L. :V -A1"" Se"a.orial Di.m,t, certain renlu.or.. I 1 tu . "i r.n- passea, we deem it unnecessary to ei. ' idtid. ihe jirinc.pal operations are said any furlher view n subjects therein embrice.). tO be confined to advances on hv,ih... bu' lns"ch as recent ccurrcnct. have tnmpi- a"CeSOn "yPO'hl'Ca- red which seemtodemaiid a.tPi,. ir... .K.r.f,,.. ì non. xne consequence is that orders He'lvt, Tbm as rlemocram we recognize th Irom this country for ijoods contini. k ,nvlolable pritieipl of the "supremacy of ihe Co bmall: thi. mH ... t.. , ?UCtabe ". Lvv. and .ball co.,a.!y k? ",,,c uciieuciai to the u,em ,n Vlew our guide and rule of aaion.- wldopicd. Iv beneficia! to ih ..r' , 1 l Metolved, That the execution ofthe l'ni j orneiiuai io ine American peonie. 4 mt Sutes' la, in .h. n:-,.:. -, V M .,- ,., i , r . tt -- -..v. . .ir.uii.i i ermoni m i.ow lei everv Ireerrian in ih IT:. i e. . persecution nrowin m r.r ... t , ... llllru jiapj l i 5 loreign rei"'" American manufaclurcrs, and consequent ly beneficiai to the American people. m now let every freeman in the United Sfate. at Once decide nunn a r. - .. British nooiu : rumtma of b'tf! - y oppren,. , v..uwuiji;c uoint-Sttc manu- ' " "l-'JTrr no' ""e "'am e of boih ni the co- factures, and compete with hacrì.i.. n -, l- cLer','"n ni:ilis,"UHicor. of ini. dit'i ain in the foreian L. V hydV Bnt- Wllhin t ....ah.; which conduci on th. min the loreign markets. Tinaia sub. Par'-un,es "roperlv rebuked, ha . tendeney j'ctof vast importance lo those who ,nJ"re lhe, cau' of democracy, and render tl freedom and their country t,. ,n,'lrw,0B ur'PPul" of ,!l j. m. ne h ca in. i "v I 4 I i I aw " Rd unrhanable ol Gud, g1e them buraing for burnir . 'r'rr.jadandperm.tted to leave the scene li mjj race 'roi'l P0$t. Ile cautiot live here. De- About two weeks ago the tories celebra Jed the Queen's birth dav al Brigfton.U C hy bn-fìrea Slc, and mmie ofthe Patriota ;oke cor,teniptnou-ly ofthe proceedine wh.ch exasjrated the tories, one ofwhi.n! bvthe name of Waiker, a custom ,1(1UM. otticer, prespnted a Joaded musket to the breast of a refoimer, wilh a threat that he the Ktrpno-th tlia !..... .L and bl.istering impudence of Creai Britain ali ali lie in ber rrifl nnfat .. . . ---viuirs, ana iier commerce. These alone constiate her m.ght, and enable the Lion io menace theEagle. If like cause produce like ef. feets should not the American beard the Lionl Fair bis claw, and he'll be quiet. Str.ke at England'a commerce n,l .. eripple her power io make war opon Re publicks. Treasureup these eoncltwions, lor they are just and proper. Reofotd. That ih .r.r,r.;n. . . r. ...v.. I. Y ' w r'puiiiuin;iii va Hu.' Ur ecent P0,,e fforo democracy,) by th jMarsha of ibis district, to Ihe office of Dpu. Marshal thereof, inerii, ibe unqualified condtmn- uemocrauc party. Idopted." Having no desire to commit our.elve. wilh v-1 politicai party in ,h Slate., we bej leave i cline publihing any more ofthe proeeedinjs of & Baker.fiidd Convention than relatea to the eu w advooate. Ma. Loowt. The benevolent citiwc' of Burlalo bave latfIy made up a porse of 5116.50 centa Hir the Widow and orphi chUdren ofthe lartyred Lount. ofthe -eonapi ! warsh tU fa.