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J 1 V : ; j 1 r- f II ll J i i t : k J f ' - ' 1 ' f f j -'If " .. ' -ii ii I . "- ucmmJ ' i "Ill J. A. ST LIVENS, Editor C:, Proprietor.. YAZOO CITY, (MI.) FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 18437 VOL. 7, No. 4i; Wholes i0. O J 4 if' tT?EMAhNir'G in the Tost 0.'.c at Yazoo !. City, Mi pp. on Ihe 1st day cf April, 1843; which, if not ttken out within three months, will bo rsnt to the GmtrUPcu GCice m dead letter. cf the streets. Assessed as 'he pro- . G.Matthews, dee'd. Authert, Willi .4 Allen, Y. D. j rmc, General P. B.trfuUJ, Tho unit Bridges John Ilarn, J. W. D trmt, Peter II. IJrij -f, Gra? Ikiie( W. ii. Ilrudley, George llate, J oBph C. Ilri?ff9, Mrs. W. II.. Hate, Jocjh II. Cant n, Jrtp' W. Crump, Willi;. m E. Crloio.J. W. Cooper, Jamei A. Downing-, W, Davis, vV . Ert in, Jumei F. Fraris, I. T. Ford, t'hillip F. Greuning Sl Claik ; Gooddinsr, Jcssco Crulbs,J.Il. IIoff& Wright, . Harris, John 1 1 art, Frederic . Hart, Kdward Ilenditrka, John M. Ham?, W. II. Col. .'", John II. ' Oeorge W. A. ' . . Alvorri, II.. ArnoM, Mrs, E. n. Eil ling-ley, W.C. :. . How man, Col, W. II. Proeg, Jnhn -Kali, William , Barksdale, F. Iloric j, Malirvla Mrs. Ciilludji-, Francis Earbr," David Dlmroe, tt.C. Cookoui, Eejj. K. C Canary, GriS h Calling, W. Coucle, Thomas ' .Chenev,' W. D Da? is, David Duncan, L. II. .' C " ' - I'verett, John. P. , -Fiazier, John Foster, John II. a Crice, E. Clasp, John Cordon, Capt. u- . . 4 llollant, Wi'iiam Heathcnao, John N. llerrcn, V i.Iiam .Herry, E. W Ilernod, D'fcrth, . 2 Hauiblin, Heiirj , J!,mn, S rs n 1 - Ilarnr-'--, J. W. i'l.Q Adraiaistratorcr Hxccutor of the estate of said Matthews was called on by me for the tltcs on said property, and ho refused to pay thp same. Gaid property my at th'13 time be claimed by uther pcrror.3, bat I vr ill sail it exclusively for tha tixca due thereon foMbe year 1M2. Taxea c'ue, (including State and county,) CD dollars. ' - '- SAMUCL L. JAME3, Tat Collector of Y azoo county. Jan. 20, 1813. (Pr fee 37,-0) 2S-14t I will cfTet, at the 'game tirr. and place, the following described rrc.-eriy, to-wit: Southwest quarter section 2'J, township 12, , Weti. containing one hundred ai.d sixty acres; "ntered by and assesc S to John G. Andrew and Enos Fletcher. Taxes due, 2 dollars and 40 cents. . Pr fee 7 0, Southeast quarter ami east Half southwest quarter, and west half northeast quarter of section 7, township 1 1, nne 2, west; e-t halt southwest quarter t-2Ct!.ia 27, to ir.ihip 12, range 2", west; east half southeast quar ter section' 33, township 12, range 2, west northwesi quarter : . ctioa CI, township 12, ranrre 2, west, containing 03 acres: enter ed by and assessed to II. II. Davidson, A. S. Brown and Enos Fletcher. Taxes due, Odollata and 88 cens.- S. L. JAMES, T. C. Y. C. , Jn:20, 1S43. -(Pr fee $18). 23-Ht inoolvcnt FTntlE-ucdersifned bavir.j been appointed at IL3 i mzry icr;i, idw, oi mo Probate Court of YuiOD coanty, Cocimis- sioraers of Insolvency upon the Estato. o Cethafiea Young, dee'd, will meet on the Mm' Saturday of each month at the OHice of James Hayden. in Yazoo city, to audit IJaH.fauej C. C urg of.) claims agaiE3t said estafe.- j r.ius ill j. LKN, uO. B.'V ' '1 LIT IN SON,' NATHAMEL I RRY. a J Hues, Clinton Yr?o city, Marc' 17, .15143 35-tf. 1 - '-J W . s . ' Frci the New York Bulletin. Invocation to CtcbIb; O Ltvsta yet, thou tranquil hour, Why wilt thou pass 'ao aoon away? Each weeping bud and drooping fiowr - Woosthee a littla wtila to stay; ; The ferrets scarce etira ths leaves among, The sun's last beams for thee delay ; r O Let to Nature's evening sons', ' Stay loyely twilight stay oh stay! ' Save where some eve-enamoured birs", Its joyous narblinja still delays, Or from the lowly cot is heard The greatful peasant's hymn of praiefi. The air is mute the graves are till A waveless mirror is the sea; ? - ' Al own sea, sky and vale and bill, . - The sabbath of the day in thee. 0 who would day's brief absence grieve For, lingering when the sun is gone, His brightest beams a vesture weave To robe thee on thy jeweled throne. . Celestial hues to thee ara given, v - f Thy skies a ecene of peace disclose, "Whare angels journeying back to heaven, 1 Might choose to tirry end rapose. Alaa! that thus the brightest skies- J Ehould be the prelude to decay, " That Earth should wear its fairest guise, ' To grace and shroud the dying day. O cast not off tboaa gorgeous dyes, . Heaven weeps to seaiLea fade away, leara glisten in a thousand eyes, As thoa depart est stay oh stay! - A. B. ki i n cc liX a ri e o $ n y Mercury. , r'irlit with them -every thing is wrong. '1 he )?. . .-... i ..... - I mil oi mercy sours upon tneir stornacos they turn up. their noses at the aweets of salvation they epit, ti the hand cf charity I spurn friendly Solicitude and care no more for.soft soap and sympathy than a dsg does for a dollar. Ail they wish is. to be i allowed the pntelege of fretting undisturb- sd by. friend cr foe unchecked by fear, .and unswayed by favor. They fret for fear the morrow may not be brighter than golden , to day : they fret because others are cheery ful and contented with their Jots: and they oftentimes fret merely because they can find nomtng or importance to irei aooui. iet them Co on fretting tilt thev have arrived at the erid of life's journey, and Tarn in-, j elined to think they will eventually fludjhat they have fretted to no purpose. There is no doubt but thev would find fault with the arrangements of heaven, were they allowed to enter, and thus go on fre-tting.from ever- lasting to everlasting. As fur me. I put up with the beatings and tumblings of this mor tal "existence as quietly as a feather bed; and I trust that most of you, my worthy hearers," are .blest with the same happy dis position. t- a. . - - ' Young man! if you find an occasional hrambls of disappointment in the blossom -fringed path of vouth, fret not thy gizzard' for, Whatever is, is undoubtedly for the best. If yonr parents endeavorto restrain you from paddling in the putrid poo U of in- iqtiity, or forbid your travelling the road lliat a ads to rum shops and, ruin, 'fret not thy ed fie Gascon; "an Emperor.! on i you,'' addresj in? the second individual, uwho may you bet" replied he "why, probably I am not wholly unknown to you, at least by name I t m the King of Prussia!" "Better and'btter,' said the man; ?and you, what arc you; then ?" looking at the third person., "I am the Emperor of Austria!". "Perfect, perfect, exclaimed the provincial, laugh ing with all his miht." "Cat you, monsieur," exclaimed the Emperor Alexander, "surely you will.'ajso let n know whom we 4avt the tionor to speak to!' To be sure," replied the man, quit ting them, with a strut, "I am the Great Mogul I" The man who systematically and wilfully sets himself about cheating a printer.would commit highway robbery upon a crying baby and rob it of its gingerbread. There.is no puch thing as writing down how mean he is. Even the man who was .50 mean th-at it stuck out away across ,thc street and stop ped the vehicles," was 'a very respectable personage in comparison. There is but one way in the world that newspaper .cheats could be orned to any firthly advantage. and that would be to f hem up at the corners where there. is . .lion toruStick no Bills1' and let the bill suckers use them for posts! kittle negroes might then .be employed to drive them about from'corner to corner, with; bills posted all over them. Regular newspaper cheats , now know what we think of them. -. , - luauvvjog - The increase was cattily to V.u countries: . ... - - - 1812; 1611. To Russia " hsj Holland - IUusq Towns I-"' 47,R23,r-C3 4i;i70,2'JI bs.21.417.-12D 1G,I03,C21 22.011.C17 1C.S7G,018 India and China " 17,703.211 ' S.C17,1 15,G3 0,572 0,470.004 -1,030,247 Turkey & Lavant" Hanover ' 2,C25,C 0 : The total weight of yarn in man ufactured goods exported during the pastear i3 stat-. . ed at, . lbs. .120,S42,GS0 Add cotton yarn exposed 133,537,162 Add cotton thread . 14)72,032. - . From the N. Y At the particular.renuest of the editor of g'"d.' If you discover thorns amidst the L II. f A'. 'I'm . J. Captaia .icodall, J. II. Jwid, Dcnjmire Lamber, Dr W. L. J n -r . ' McKinstrj, H. ii, J.. ' M r-et, Y . McGu.Tor, H. Moore, Jolai II rioie &l irtwout, IcDortncIl, John ll,. er,J C. .".'cKecn Taylor. Mi, 'L w mi -lUiu J Tcbacco, .- -nity, Elizabeth shall, Henry ia, C N. loud, John '".Isrritt, John & Son JSliisley, J.'K. Meek, Wesicy Mc utehen,Maditon Jr. O'Neal, Joab, - v Oliicr, Lorn, r ickett, Wm.or Jlicoj a h Pease, Cl-arlos E. I lu!i(-, tjreorge Present, "I i H'ca Patterson, Kobcrt. " II Ilimni-Ili, Hiram G. lode'C V. '-' ,', 8tont, Hesikiah Stews rt, M C. Swaitwout &0 Ford. II i cc, A. Pike, Mis Clarissa Peck, Wulter t Huckcr.Col. John 7. ?od;er, Mijiih Kain, Capt. Chailes Btandcford, Wi'iiam SorrcllA, Annuel tSmith, W. B. Baiiih, Mrs. E. C..S. Thorap-n, L. Y.. Turner, W. II. ; . Turner, P. C. Tilicy, Calvin Whailcy, Green I. ; Waif, Jsn f . 0, . Vallr, C. I!. WrrVrrsnn, Ii. F. WL.ir, IlL..tb-t3 . Wilkinson, Iltnry . WhitJ, K. tS.. ' Y Yourz. D. ' II. EATON KEYS, P. M. YsjouClty, Ap'il 1, Ib43. . ' 40 4u Pcitoi.s i I i ' fcrany of the above -letters, ' trill plaw ihrv 'are advertised. T Thorn, D.W. N. Tucker, Miss Mervay 2 Tewnwn, EoIcrt Turner, UobcrU Wanacp,Messrs.UW&K White, Raleigh Williamson, Lliia A Walker, Wm. D. Wi ke ,D. . WUJisni4 Dr. Gradan . . Voo'dri;-, John C. ell P t xcTj lu .v idles brown Hugsr." ' 10 kei;s 1st Jump' fyegro 5 tierces and one half tierce Uicc. ' ' FU4UA WILSON, ' X . '' '" Lower Landing.'" Yazoo city, April 7, 1813..- a 33-tf. For V21-2 Cents Monthly. OAT DOLL.1RJI YEAR. LXADVJ1KCE. S7-1HD publisher of ttre N ew World, haviirde- 12 I e r tin ii c u iu caiuw i. ..- the regular weekly issue, announces his intention nf ivinsr he whole series of the new works lby their populai authors, Dickens, Lever, Ains wortn and Ler m u.n ijaihh a, v"i, intintdialcly on Vie arriral cf the Knghsfi imcr, and continue to do the s.ime eacn moiun, ncreai- ter thus furnishing the latest productions these authors in advance .of .every other establith mtiUin titf country, and at a price which will not fail to meet the public approval: Uie following are the Thlss of the NovHs,.the first numbers. of wr.icn arpe:ipa in uu" uu "v 1S43,' ar.J will be re-issued in the Lxtra Xvew World,' in'2t hours after their receipt by the Steamer; ' , - . . TIio TJIo nnd. Advent nrci . " OF .' . - . " IJAUTIN C1IDZZLEWIT. .1 Tale the Norwich Aurora, I will preach, upon 'uo" Wi J IT u.cK, au lh s occasion, from the followmg text:. 7 i - -!--- r. ." . - - f m - . season of manhood brings with it irritating . . "Fret not thy gizzard. solicitude and anxiety, and lime- tumbles t My hearers fortitude,' patience, and per- cart load of cares at your door, fret not thy severence are the only team horses capable gizzard1; fof all yotirgrumbling wilVhaveno of dragging the lumbering carof man's .hopes more elfec than petitioning'Corigress to throagh the marsh of m-fortune.. Pretling jave eiernity wridened, Look," my friends, anng can-no more 0Don: the brisht side of ever? thin?, and sxtiicale ona. Ircn i..4..calty than a - twily Ifanct that -vaa- ate harrov.'X.lietlier .ouAre I " J J V A J M ' . J . really so or not.-.'.When the liatchel , teeth cf trouble encofnpnss the lieart, ket as can Telse it net by' idle i-.. Irom te naUerrnanv and tlo-indericgv When j a man -finds himself in the midt or thorns quiet as circumstances will permit; for, the t30k. the nes and de u co step cautiously u.J feci his road through vour are pricked. - Always try to keep be them with the utmost care; but if he fret, lamp of hope burning in tbe-dark dungeons fiustet and bluster, he is sure to effect noih- 0f your bosoms, and the demons of doubt ing mure than" lacerate his bosom - and tare will never haunt them. Face every, ill with ms trousers -nen, ce perceives uiai nis 1 1 he bo dness. of a lion bear un w th chris tian fortt'ude beneath the- heavy burden of i irritation, he ought to -keep a small air-bole aSiction be merciful, kind and ben'evulent opemo his heart, not only" to admit the pure 1 10 your fellow creatures, and angels of r u.. -i -ii .i . . .. ..... oxygm oi reasuu, uui msu vu anuw iu & i light and loveliness, win volunteer tor act aa of excitement to escape by degrees else he misht burst his barrel of forbearance. -- A despekatk CuABACTER. "Pete, what makes you-look" so awful ?V ; Jake, I'm agitated, and unless ray spirit grows calmer, I'll." do something desperate I'll rush out and tear a b-ard off the pig Love cannot be.decmed a" distinct passion. -but 'rather the. informirig soul of every eenti meat of affection in the human breast. It refreshes labor, relieves care, and gives en jovment to pleasure, it not only inspires our morals, tut our religion is cold phiioso- phj -witnout it. , .. w . - A schoolmaster, as a punishment to one of .his pupils for. u'sine1 nrofane laneuase.ori dered him to Aake a pair of tongs and watch at a-uoie jn the hearth till he had catiht a mouse. Obedient to the command, the boy taok. the ?nesand demurely Waited forUte expected-visitor. Directly after, he eaw a mouse peeping out cf the hole to observe if clanger was near. Cautiously placing a leg of the toHg9 on either eide of the hole, he grasped the mouse, and.tiiumphanily swing ing it aloft, exclaimed, ly G d Jte got fiim!.- . .". '' . " . " ' Total export measured by weg't " of yarn - - - - 208,252,474 In the Year 1841 the total 'ex . . port was equal to 258,871,745 1840 to - - ' . : - 229.7 In tho following fiourishingyears: ; 1830 the export was - 10S.SC0.010 1K37 - " 207,570.839 I83S " " ' . 230.900,809 ; The total value of goods and yam expor ted were .'-'.::'- t; For 1842 For 1841 For 1840 For 1S33 For 1837 FoM83G-' 1 5,038,55 a ' 17,247,080 10.578,014 "17.0S3.837 10,153,859 20,650,403 General . Iiit eliirreiie." and lose in a moment some of the sweetest and best of life's cider. . My friends when your cobweb fabrics ol anticipation are.swept away by the storm of ill fortune, there is no more use in freltint your .gizzards. about, it thaij there is in a your pioneers through the untracked and ; Thc CoUotl Tr.ade ITIaxiufaC- unoounaea wnaeraess oi me luture. so mote it be ! Dow, Jh. y'oUng female victim ol seduction trying. to I ufe of religion, the light of lovo. the grace ed, illustrative uf.th'o erations of the past stick the fragments of 'virtue, together with Gf. wu and crown rwjsdom. Slie is thai yeRr,and as compared in -gentral results of English Life and . HV CHARCFS t'ICKE.VS, .Author of "2merican Notes," 'Darnaby Rne, "Nicholas Nickleby," c. T03I HURKE.OP "OURSr . ' Forming the Second Volume -cf r V.UJt ti L F.S LE VEIL .'-?. "Jniftrjif .f.ti.rlp. ( )!allev Jack llmtOH, &C. "Truth is tlie.glory pr time and ilie daugh ter of. eternity, a title on. the highest grace and a note of divine nature She is the "' tiircs of Great Eritain, Froin Burns' Comibcrcial iJUnce for I842," jusCpublished, which raity be vicwedin .ilie light oi a uasfothcial revtow oi 113, cot ton trade manufacture annually in'alLijs branch es, 1hefoHowiug facts or figures are cillect- American Trade with Chin. '-' TbeNew; York Commercial Advertiser'has.; an inteiesting letter from a.mercantile house in Canton, fromwhich we' learn that Cpm- ' modore Kearney, commanding in thatquarter has addressed a letter to the Chinese.Gover nor, asking that the American trade with China might "be placed on the same footing with the British. The answer was very sa- . ! tisfactory, and states that proper represents.1 tionsVill.be made, ta the. Emperor. ' . , The Cbinese Governor states that the Em"-'-' peror is Aware, as he the.Govprnor is !o,'. that .the American merchanta have t?en l et'. ter contented and more. observant of the laws than those of any cthsr "nation,-and that therefore he i well. vie fesed to pay attention, to the commubication made ia him. , lie then ' . . informs the Commodore that fi soon as" the high commissioners and Sir litary Pottinger arrive there and have arranged regarding the Kritish trade, he, the Governor, together with the Lieutenant Governor and the Tartarus General, will consult and make a representa tion to the Governor regarding the American, trade and that its interests shall be attended ' to. ' : .;' . ' ; . , . ' v- , - . The letter then. goes on to eay " ; . "It is the opinion of many that arrange ments will be made under which duties on goods imported In British vessels,1- and also duties on towage, will be pa"d in the fust" place to the Brjiish Consuls at"4he different ports and afterwards by them to tha.Chinese coUectore of customs, or other, bfacers, wha: may be appointed' by the Ohinese Govern-'ment..'-Should any such 'arrangements be -' niaie.by hit -JlenryFo -finger, ..and s!:ou!d a - . Jmm. 4 m. I WILL oiler fur t4fe,tolhe l-ighcst bidder for cash, tsfwro tho court houaa door in the town cf ronton, county cf Yar- snJ Slate . cm i I en off.:: J A a , . . .. day ot -'April, I ?;;, Lent tl. a-1 V.-t!. j f." Toa L.'..' , besr- in Ya: - f.'oi. 47 1 2 1 4 lK 1 1'.3 ct nd Ya.o streets. No. C", f- t n 11 r.:rcf I ;ri:i A, t ay J C3 .Urct ' ttreets.- i t'r-jti. at U. d way," between t L Fnl -y. rtr:;t Lclir' rt 41 c o A. .. n 5 .iF ', Orr Accounts ef .Furnished to the I'ulllc r!mih!y, by ; SAMUEL LOVER, '.Accountant fjr Irish lnUnt3r:ces. 'T T - "s r- ' y 1 . r"V '.AN HISTORICAL . . Ev tv.n..iL luthor of "The f.iiner'a . ' - . London," "Guy THE ADVlE m r m m m t -' " E't CILI..L .J -r of "Qjr ."If- v ' , .'j t:-.e a1 -. a v r, v. i ( ; :; t . t , f , i:cr . On I'M- ' 'r r r c: "Tower of OF the. tears of repentance: 10 fret and 'chahs beauty cf. valor, the brightness of hon6r, the about trifle like a tender 'school boy when bless'mrcf reason, the iov'of faith: -Truth first initiated into the miseries of a flannel! ,s pure gold, her iima is right. precious, lief shirf, is' as'honsensical as it is useless. f WOrd h most, gracious and her will most Maintain y6ur ground manfully against the glorious, her essence is in God, and her assaults of petty ills, and 1n due time you aweiljng with his servants, her will - in his will not nee a mem nan as mucn as me ouzz i wisdom, and her work fo hisgiory. . . of anOctobef mlisquito;otherwise you.willj , She is honored in love, and craced in con- probably learn by experience that there .ia Ijstaacy at patience admired and in charity such a thing as rubbing a pimplo' lill you belovedV she is the angel's worship, the vir- producean uiccr. in tne nourp aaversity. gin's fame, the saintVbliss, and the martyr's for assistance call upon Fortitude lhat bold crown. She . is tiie king's greatness and a nymph cf the rock, whose, dauntless, spirit council's' goodness, his subjects peace and bears 'tna beating storm, and. bitter winds bis kindonvs praise. She is-, the life of that howl around-her whose breast braves learning and the light of the law, the honor the bursting waves, ana who hears ihe dread 0f trade and. the grace of labor. 'Sho hath thunder with a soul as unshaken as a carpet"! a .pure- eye, a plain hand, a piercing wit, and ia a lawyers cce. ies, my. friends, in a .perfect heart; sho is wisdorn's walk in' the stead cj fretting vour gizzards when a bod- way of holiness, and takes up her rest but ing cloud skirts the horizon of your hopes, j-v the resolution of goodness; her tongue you cuht to have p. uosophy about you suf- never slips, her heart never taints, her hand ficieni to know that, althongh the .cominn Lnever fails: and her faiih naver tirps. Hpt showermay wet your jackets, it renders theJchurch is without schism, liercitv without carih fruitful, and bountifully ; contributes fraud, her court . without vanity, and hot to your war.t3 and necessities.w Satan, liim- kingdom without -vHUaoy. .. ': - ssii, wben.La w&3 kicsed outot beaven into-j - ; . .- -: Olive' Branch. the. regions cf darkness and woe, was too much cf a nan to whine and fret at his file. . THE. THREE SOVEREIGNS He bore it like a- hero, and consoled himself I The following: anecdote has often been told L with, the refaction, tlla4 it were "better : to I the Emperor Alexander, and is among the traoi with s"everal;former vears: Of law cotton; the total quantify of bags tak'en for consbmpii.on, . ' , or burntrduring the. year 1S42, ' .. isgiveirat .-- -..' '.' 1,211X03 Dedirct, destroyed in the great fire v.. af Liverpool, 4 2, COO bags, less salvage 12,000 - ; 30,000 i a i f -in.. ir one te rror .pectin th 'Atneri.'-r our. Goierntnent wi '."'trade, we hor2 thai , Real, amount entering into con- sumptiiia , . ' '. " 1.191.G92 In 1841 the quantity taken for con sumption was' 1.118,717 1,274,729 1840 1839 -1S3S 1837 ;' (t it- V. It 1,043,511 1, 205,1 1G 1,004,031 605,250 rei in hell Una er.ve in lscaven." Exer cise ptienca, and the thick-mists cf misfor tun3 lhat leil'i yc:r futufe pre-pects will ll ? f r; rcr'.. a 1 cf iri; ,-or: erirt i 1 s i:h perso- - ;ions of the Russian" Court: In 1814, during tjie period that the allies were mEsiers of Paris, the Czar, who resided, in the Hotel of RI. do Talley- j rand," wiis in the daily halit.of taking awn!k (in strict ip.co .t ') every -r.:or..iiig in ine nrJens-ol the Ts-iltues, c 1 t'.trcc to'the Palam uuvs!. lie In. 1830 the quantity vs3 only To 1833 the increase gradually was to v : 1,031JD04 For tho last ycarj 18i2,".it mhst be. ob served that, in -consequence', of the comma- lions in j-iancasnice,-mere was a toss oi lour weeks in the consumption, or unly 48 weeks mid working' instead of 52." The quantities here enumerated coin prise' all that was pur chased, forwarded, and taken for consurnp ion in London, Liverpool, and Glasgow dur ing, the year. Tj!3 wrjekly average cf cot ton dliv-ercd " frcni Liverpool to the manu facturers ia Lancashire and. neighboring dis tricts' for consumption is stated at 21,035 appoint ennsu j for China '.who are', entirely unconnccted with trade. V Without' who -has been, is, or may ; be Consul in tliis country, Americao merchants 'will, not be , unwilling-to pas their.business in any way ujider the inspection of a consuKwho is a merchant and engaged in' the sarfe tradethey" -are, pursuing nor te it proper t! it they . should be requirfid to do ko. ; . We hope our Goj-ernraent will at least, on -receipt of Sir. Henry Petti nger's treaty, take - siiuiwem uiifreiBi ib.w lat is ne rurri" "rr ? to induce th'ern to Fend out some c . iih " sufficient q'traliuGation?, and uninctsnibpred . with -commercial -business, -ta'-look .after- . American interests a repre-c mati ve" o'f'our , . country." " - -.- -. . every.! z I 3 v orr vi v v. . "1, CI . i : i t V3 t) ;t t: -u :.'rgal-.i . V c I.J J ; e. t! -nl- fref .'i f. tr '. ) i: a i - , I i C U fil - , i h!;e .9 reorc ;!er it -Ho cno t iv met lAoromer c jverciT, an.i inree were rcturninerrn-in-arri to breakfast in the Hue ft. I Luntir,, V..cn, on their way thiil,-r, ih-v -t c CT Tc '.r t crl 1 ; n I' iV: j ..vecn . .tin cr.j ia Jyir j c.i J. Fcr r j it.. iiioa. Niti. , r .S3 tH 1 to Pul ii'i." gi'ii 1, Tu.leries?' "Ve1,' i . w e ara r.!ir?-t Thankg-jDii the l into conversation. . rive at the ' '"'-c ; : 1 Of P.iS.lO lli.'in v adieu. !, " I ' ( ' . I 3 t r- t 1 s! v ft( '-'.,1 v i v v. : Ml 3 i I i cal . lexa . t J W Ti 5 "'F'.'J ,l " A c . i i in d t'.'f t; -J Cf I... t.i, ( 1 a, : i bags; s4 wee!:3 'wh but weeks, t. i i; n t. t f t t; - ":::!: r-: rati C i 1 - n rr co i. StauU i a i 3 f f f r tf J), i pou the for tho four es were at a r weeks a ti -n, or 20, i:it fer 1L1, A in I!y del'vreJ fcr 'PhaVb. Gsxesals i.Ticial letter in' thc account if a i :.. armies cf G:r.cr about one l.ur 1 ; - Lima, -Cjuth . -;'ee, seven thoi:.-:. 1 t,r; , -1 not rf.ore tl.n f.fty r. General feJ, r.: J it v. e ty ihut YiJic we3 overt that his amy was vi' G-' i c: C j ; I '- iAl .3 p!rs a pu" :"rd on i ul fr arc crl -An extract from an. I a. d ison i a n , g t v i n g -a 1 1 ' little Lct.rtn tl.f " 'tc and Tunic co, ..f:rty. r'!.s. f. : , '...'"3 :..: rt w tcrio;: .A :3 v. c: 1 . vi i A i.v tn a i v.echs L.t.H-JJ.CCO ierwk i.n.'- -w Cf ? tctal veif.tf f f - cx; Ia IS r.ited ia li 11 I'.al jke" cxclaim- Exucss in 1S12, ii., 2071,079 (' t; culy xre: t ly i s :rv.3 i. t V r.:t i " vl.cr Ivi-