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M U T I L A T E D d i s c o l o r e d p a p e r h LATIST PROM Ed) Tbe fast aaiKmg packet ship><Silas Rich ards, Capt. Holdridge, arrived at New- York on Tuesday, from Liverpool, bring­ ing London dates to the 26th ult. and Liverpool to the 28 th. A dreadful accident took place at Ports­ mouth, at the lime ofthe launch ofthe ship Princess Charlotte. A bridge over one of the docks, which was crowded with spectators, gave way, and precoipi- tated all who were on it into the water. It is supposed that not less than thirty persons were lost. It was confidently rumoured and cred­ ited by the London papers that the cab­ inet had decided against a dissolution of Parliament. G reece .—We have copied at length a manifesto of the Greek government, placing, or rather offering to place the country under the protection of Great- Britain. The Liverpool Advertiser, in commenting upon this document, says— “ to have implored of Great Britain to undertake the task of defending the in­ dependence of Greece, would have been in intelligible style, by placing volunta­ rily, and as if doing a magnanimous fa­ vour, the sacrsd deposit under the de­ fence ofGreat Britain, but really it seems to us, as far as we comprehend its mean­ ing, something ludicrous.” The London Sun of the 26th ult. says: The German papers received last night contain interesting and highly satisfacto­ ry intelligence from the seat of war in Greece, in letters dated respectively from Constantinople, Trieste, and the coast of the Mediterranean. By these letters it appears that the Divan has been thrown into considerable alarm by some unfavourable accounts which hilVC bcei] receiv e d from th e A r c h ip e la g o , and by tb e f a c t ibat th e g o v e r n m e n t o f N a p o l i had solicited the protection o f this c o u n ­ try. News of this natura it will be readily perceived, could not but excite the most lively apprehensions of the Divan, the ^ 7 * 7 ™ a^ M U lU even of I T 3 fdnristianity which they profess, have not observed a condu 2 t con­ formable to the rules laid down and es­ tablished by themselves, and that this il­ legal conduct has given rise to a variety of political disputes divergent in their nature and character; Considering that some of these agents endeavour, by the intrigues of emissaries whom they send into the interior of Greece, to excite among the Greeks sen­ timents contrary to the spirit and the forms of Government—sentiments which suit only the intentions and interests of these agents; Considering that the commanders of the naval forces of some governments o p p o s e a n u m b e r o f unjust p e r s e c u tion s and ob s tacles to the regu lar p r o c e e d in g s ofthe Greek m a r ine, & to its m o v e n r e n ts, though conformable lo the rules of the laws of all nations, all in violation of the neutrality declared by the sovereigns at the congresses of Laybach and Verona. Considering, with lively grief, that the Christians themselves arm against the disciples of the Gospel, to succour the followers of the Koron, and that a multi­ tude of European officers, contrary to all principles of peace and all sound morali­ ty, hasten from distant countries to in­ struct the latter, and lead in person the armies of th* barbarians, who corrfe to lay waste, with fire and sword, the land which covers the mangled bones of a Ci- mon and a Samado, of Leonidas and Boz- zari, of Philopomen and Nicelas ; Considering that the government of Great Britain, happy in guiding a free people, is the only one which observes a strict neutrality, without designing to fol­ low th e m a n i f e s t v i o l a t i o n s , a n d o f th o s e distinctions so c o n t r a r y to r e a s o n , w h i c h others have practised in Greece, at Con­ stantinople and in Egypt. C o n s id e r in g that th e indifference o f the B r itish g o v e r n m e n t is not sufficient to co u n t e r b a la n c e th e p e r s e c u tion s fffte J*lo1WT‘u)ft Sentinel, ScHENECTiOV, NOVEMBER 3, 1825. FOR SENATOR. JOHN KING. FOR A S S E M B L Y , • • / FOR SHERIFF. JOSEPH GAIGE. FOR COUNTY CLERK. JOHN S. VROOMAN. FO R C O R O N E R S , EZEKIEL SEX TON, 1 st Ward. EVER T FREAR, 2 d Ward ; ISAAC WEMPLE, Princetown ; NORTHRUP J. SMITH, if the question whether Justices of the j The Hero of the Independent Press. Peaee should be elected by the people, comes my worthy compeer, i: as mute as a up in the Legislature next winter, will n o t , statue, during this Election. Has he no Henry Yates, Jr. if elected, vote as he didin \ opinion concerning the several candi- the Convention, against it? [dates? II he has, let him express him ■ self as the conductor of a free Journal Those who intend to be bought, rtiust call should, without fear, favor or affection, soon, as the Four Thousand Dollars which Wb really pity the situation of poor Yates intends to spend this Election, 5s alm ost! Isaac, the Scribe, but we would ask of gone. Indeed the Mohawk Bank Rills, h a v e . him, What would become v f the boasted been well aired this week—they smell no long- ] liberty o f the Press , and the freedom of er of the vault. | expression and opinion , which our Gov­ ernment and laws so liberally tolerate . more especially as itj} appears the sub mission has obtained the full approbation of the Greeks, and inspired them with fresh courage to resist their invaders. The Younger Miaulis is represented to have been sent as a deputy to London. This intelligence has been followed by accounts of the arrival of the American Squadron of Hydra. Report now states the recapture of Calamato by the Main- otes under Pietro Bey, and the defeat of r n ,, u ^ , rxT .. .'7 ly to prevail over and to subdue all the Arabs under the walls of Napoli, with the loss of 1600 men. B u r m e s e W a r . — Calcutta papers to the 28th of \pril, received at Liverpool, announce the capture of Arracan bv the * \ ''7*1 ul,uu‘ T 1' „ .. . c i ,, J . \ ruins of their country on account of the K . e 1!!!). i.scr'na I t n r i o r t h o « C ! . . . _ J and to which they daily givea greater extension ; Considering that if Greece has not hitherto been able to prevent the enter­ prises of its enemies, or to take offensive measures,it is not in consequence of a di­ minution of its strength,or of a relaxation of its first resolution,but arises from the reasons above mentioned, because the f government has not yet been able entire- pri- vate passions ; Considering that, in this extraordinary contest, the Greeks* must either prove victorious or bury themselves under the British forces under the command of Brig. Maj. Gen Morrisson. The city C o n t a i n e d 90,000 inhabitants two days before its capture, nearly all of whom fled before the surrender. It is mention­ ed that d u r i n g the engagement a s h o t struck the scabbard of Gen. .Yforisson’s fword which knocked him off his horse, without injuring him in any material way. The main army under Sir Archibald Campbell had been compelled to make a retrogade movement of f orty miles in consequence ofthe division under Gen. Cotter. Sir Archibald had invested the place into which the Bundloo had thrown himself, with about JO 000 troops, and hoped speedily to take the place. The Burmese had made two desperate sor- tees with their w a r elephants, but were driven back. 100 pieces of cannon were ready to open their fire upon the Bur­ mese. It was reported that a ship of war was .preparing in England to take out a new governor general of India, and (hat his grace the duke of Buckingham, had ac­ cepted the appointment. M a n i f e s t o o f t h e G r e e k N a t i o n . Napoli di Romania , August 2. — The clergy, and the representatives of the people, the civil officers and the milita­ ry officers, both of the navy and army, of the Greek nation. Considering, that authorised by the in­ alienable rights of Nationality, and on -those of private property, as well as on the ruling principles of religion and the independence of nations, and moved by the sentiments implanted in man for the preservation and safety of his own exis­ tence, the Greeks have taken arms to appeal the justice of their cause ; that du­ ring the space of more than four years they have struggled with perseverance a- gainst the combined land and naval for­ ces which have come from Europe, Asia and Africa ; that in the midst of the most imminent danger, they have sometimes destroyed the very superior forces of their enemy, and sometimes even entire­ ly annihilated them; and that, though destitute of the resources necessary for this great enterprise, they have at length succeeded in stealing their rights at the expense of the most precious blood of the nation,.and in convincing the civili­ zed world what can be effected by a peo­ ple truly resolved to re-conquer its in­ dependence. Considering that the very results of this unequal struggle have only confirm­ ed, in th* mind of the nation, the reso­ lution which it has irrevocably adopted to establish its political existence ; Considering that th* agents of some of deplorable consequences which the na­ ture of the contest has brought with it, and its long duration, two causes which have rendered this alternative inevitable. Considering, lastly, that since a spe­ cial favour of Providence has placed the forces of Great Britain so near us, Greece ought to take advantage of it in time, and founding its hopes on the jus­ tice and humanity which animate that great power : For t!be reasons, and in the intention of placing in safety the sacred rights ofthe liberty of (he state, and of our po­ litical existence, which has sufficiently consolidated, the Greek nation, pre­ scribes, resolves, d e c r e e s , and approves as follows : “ Art* 1 . By virtue of this act, it vol­ untarily places the sacred deposit of ih liberty, its nation ii independence, and its political existence, under the absolute defence of Great Britain. “ Art., 2 . This fundamental act ofthe Greek nation shall be accompanied by an explanatory memorial, addressed in duplicate to the government of His Bri­ tannic Majesty. \ To our Corespondents — We have received since our last, such a great number and variet y of communications, that we have been unable to insert more than half of them. From every part of the county, they have poured in upon us like a deluge • so ive must be pardoned by those whose favors have been necessarily laida- side for this week. TO MY PATRONS. In consequence of the independent course which I pursued last week, in opposing the mo­ nopoly of the Yates family, I caused several “ wounde.i Pig-V is” to flutter, and according­ ly have been culled upon to settle various small affairs which I expected to cancel in the way of trade. My Patrons, (I mean my intel­ ligent and independent patrons, not those who seem to have aided me from self-interested mo­ tives,) are requested to discharge whatever may be due from them, as soon as practicable, so that I may satisfy the avarice of the Shy locks, who would fetter my Press with the chains of Henry Yates, Jr. and his worshippers, n Rile* I hare the control of the Mohawk Sentinel, it shall never be prostituted to the base purpose o f supporting' a m an, w h o , alth o u g h rich from th e favors o f R e p u b licans, w o u ld endea- or to depru e an independent Republican Press of the means of subsistence. . GEQRGE RITCHIE, Jr. A new way of supporting the party .—As Mr. Yates pretends to be a Republican, the least that we could ask of him, would be to support a Republican Paper, which was got up by a few individuals, during the most gloomy period, & when Republicans were in the minority. How­ ever. so far from supporting the Sentinel, he has done all in his power to destroy it. Both he and David Loyd, in their official capacities, as Judges, have refused, at the request of in- solv ents, to make out their orders for this pa­ per, in two cases, now within our recollection. They also lately refused to attend to insolvents who having made an agreement for ad ertising, in this paper, wished their notiees to be made out accordingly. We .have, indeed, | come to a deplorable state of things, when pol­ itics is to place itself on the judgment seat.and when a poorinsolve.it is to be denied the right of publication in a paper he may choose.- 8 y what authority these Honorable Judges dared to deny publication in th‘i3 paper, is a matter to be settled by their own consciences—the peo­ ple will form their own opinions. I cannot fail to return my thanks to those who came Sc subscribed for my paper, since my j la st number. It was a gratifying proof of pub- I lie opinion to see the Farmers who have b.een i cheated out of their representation, add their j names in support of a journal which but for them might have been smothered into silence by the Shy locks of this city, H'nry Yates Jr. and company. The wounded Pigtons flutter .—It is rumoured that Henry Yates intends to resign,we hope not, we would like to give him a few more proofs o f our affection , before h e obeys the voice ot the People, ——— lo Glenville Henry Yates, Jr. pretends to be a Clintonian.—Q,uere —Is he so in other parts of the county ? Let tbe committee who called upon him last year tell what he said to them. Manchause i out M mchaustntd .— The following story fur exceeds any tiling which we have ever met with in tfie way of ludicrous lying. The sailors wind in which it required ten men to hold one man’s hair on, is nothing to i t ; the tele­ scope, by which not only the buttons on a man’s coat at ten miles were counted, but his conversation heard, fulls far short of this incredible of all incredibles paper . From a late German Paper. “ In an imperial city, lately, a crim­ inal was condemned to be beheaded, who had a singular itching to playing at nine pins. While his sentence was pronoun­ cing,he had the temerity to offer a request; to be permitted to play one more at his : favourite game at the place of execution, and then he said he should submit with­ out a murmer. As the last prayer of a dying man, his request was granted. Wnen arrived at the solemn spot, he found every thing prepared, the pins be­ ing set up & the bowl being ready. He played wiith no little earnestness, but the Sheriff at length, seeing that he showed no inclination to desist, privately ordered the executioner to strike the fatal bluw j as he stooped for the bowl. The execu­ tioner did so, and the head d’opped into . the culprit’s hand as he raised himself; he immediately aimed at the nine, con­ ceiving it was ihe bowl which he grasped. All nine falling, the head loudly exclaim- ! ©d, « By —-— I have won the game.” If Henry Yates persecutes a poor printer now, what is to be expected from him, if the people confer power upon him ? Patent Republicans .—The Royal Family rtiust have received their pol tical creed from the clouds. One day Federal, another day Clinto­ nian, and another day Bucktail —and what they will be to-morrow, it is impo-sible to say. Gen. Root once said, “ the Yates’s are like a petit jury, they always find far themselves first.’’ We trust the Electors of the county, the honest Yeomanry who have been cheated out of their representation, will be the jury this time, and find as conscience directs. The Ftm ily .—The last hopes of the Dynasty depend on the success of the coming election ; but the people will no longer be insulted, and if we m-.stake not, this will be their expiring struggle. Stand by your faith, ye independent electors. Head Quarters .—Orders have been issued by the Schenectady Reg enrv for the Ponirid'.rs. lo scatter the money like chaff before the wind. W onder how much of the money realized by Henry Yates, from the sale of the Common Lands, will be consumed this Election. Caution .—The honest Yeomanry, we are told, arc to be assailed, som e with the threats; some with the promises , & some with the money of the Yates family. Of this latter article we must confess they have much to spare, but we cannot be made to believe that men will be bought from their faith, when founded on so much honesty and principle. The Albany Da.ly Advert.ser says that Mr. . - P r iu t e r , WttS subject to the C I Yates 1 ; m a quandary, and knows n ot to which • 0f such a master as you ttcknowl - party he belongs. True he pretends no longer , ed ? S m jje th e n , MO lo n g e r Upon to republicanism, ancl the Clintonians are asham. : Uf chains ; the p e o p le , th e so v e r e ig n ed of Ins company. So much for dishonesty in people, will look down your tyrants and politics. A correspondent asks for information as to the m a n n e r in w h ich Y a tes got h im s e lf nominated. T h e story w o u ld b e to o l o n g , and contain too give you protection. the Manager General, David Boyd. At the last election Henry Yates voted so as to have claims upon either candidate for Gov. ernor, who might be elected. lie did not vote for either—and could therefore say to both, I was against your opponent. W e p e r c e i v e b y t h e C a b i n e t th a t G o b F o n d a i n t e n d s b e i n g a c a n d i d a t e for th e many windings and crooked ways, for us to trav- i Gierkship. Three je^rs ago, when by el through at present. ~We would refer him te Same ?Ve,C™ °f in tr,g “ e > that has been practised this year in the nomina­ tion o f Henry Yates, Col. F?. obtained a place upon the Republican Ticket, Mr; Yrooman resigned all his fair pretensions to the office because the Col. was a reg­ ularly nominated man. But now, when Mr. Vrooman is as regularly nominated, the Col. (or rather some of his friends, for w e b e li e v e he is illy a d v ised ) oppose This, however, looks very much W A N T E D , A variety of straight Jackets, of different siz- him. es for the Royal Family of this County.—Ap- like all the political movements of tbe ply at this Office. Secret Council .—The Church-Street Tyrants, have finally determined to issue lorits of pro- family-—they are always ready to “ beat the bush.” ^ Does Union College, in the person of scrintion against all those who vote against them . ® i , . e lL. , v . Y i . their 1 reasurer, want an advocate before this election. The screws are accqrdmglv put ’ of the next upon some, end others er. oper,*ed upon by ; he m v e s t .« t .n g mesn .ml pitiful attempt, to slender their char- legislature ?. Does the * P > w k Tora- ncters. Beware, most valiant mattes, and F f * W *° t! ° f, „ C R.verend Seijnors ; such conduct illy comports n ' ‘ e. I ' \ ' \ . ! ' * ' °! ‘ L ®,r . r . c u e - o-ates closed for those two Monttis in with the professions of all of you. “ Rejoice ,, . . . . , , , , , . .. „ the year, during which they are novr kept n o t , t h e r e f o r e , w h e n t h y e n e m y f a l l e t h , a n d l e t , V ’ — __ _ — - - r - n o t t h i n e h e a r t b e g l a d w h e n h e s t u m b l e t h . ” | by law ? does the Mohawk Bank wish j to prevent the incorporation of another Straws, 8 tc.—The Yates’s are calling upon Banking Institution in this city, which Republicans to support the cletr ticket, fc have might interfere with their present exten>- t h o u g h t i t expedient to strike off of the ticket sive patronage? Else, why are such nated by the Republicans, the name of strenuous exertions making, in favor of Coroner, and to substitute anothtr name.. friend Hanky, by the principals, of thefe nomi a Really, this looks much like supporting the “ clear ticket.” 'V hy is it, gentlemen, that you do this r It is because you never have, nor respective Incorporations ? The matter in difference .— It is con- nevcr wi’.l support a m a n , who does not follow ' ceded on all hands that if Henry Yates in your wake. We are ulso informed that ob- succeeds at this Election, the royal fam - stacles are thrown in the way of Mr. Vrooman ily will have commenced the reign o f ter - by these men. However it will all end in the ror. There will be editing off of heads same song. Neither Mr. Yrooman, nor any from one er d of the Obuilty to the Other, ofthe old fashioned Republicans, will support , The Mohawk Rank will discount as us- M«nry Yates. He is obnoxious to all parties, i ual, only such notes as belong to their „ ' “ . c ( s a t e l l i t e s . U n i o n C o l l e g e may set at defi- The Country .— By electioneering for a nom- , i « j . . ance the laws of the land, and even dis - jnation .puntt the Country, Henry Vate, ha, ; turb ^ w<> o f the M’cthodi j(h ’ 5 : “ ^ ? ! impunity. S a i the country may he cheated out of their representation just T h i s c i t y h a s had t h e member f o r t w o years in succession, and more than its share o f the oth- , , . . . • ... , when it suits the interests of the monied er oftices. The Termer, very ju.U,■ comp a.n o f (h;s c , „ heaV e n .forbid that they are no. r e j e c t e d ,n th,, matter. ; that ^ ^ Having twelve Delegate, from the c t y , or lh a t an e n |i j^ .n e d p c o - in their power to outvote the country, beeauie p]e 6hou,d an y , fce ° t(;d * they are not be presumed always to be un.t- by th(j g ' u[ati= o f H ‘ ed on any one man. We are, however, happy ; Y i. [ e s jr . Eliphalet Nott, and D a v id to see that the Farmers are alive. Now is the ' JJoyd. time for them to assert their own rights, and i . they may rest satisfied that a large majority 0f j Fact*. — W h e n a Member o f the c o n - the^citizens will aid them in putting down this; ventionj Yates voted again s t the right monopoly. They approve of it no more than ! of e l e c t in g Justices o f t h e Peace, for fear the country, j Je s (; as a J u d g e jie n o * h a v e w f * su Iv J havc toe power of appointing them. He We trust that Republicans will not ( also proposed that Ministers o f the gos- loose sight of their “ regularly nominal- ; pel should be eligible to civil offices in or- ed candidates, Messrs. Gaige, Vroo- ; der to give his Brother Andrew a hoist in man, Sexton, Frear, &c. They are . the world. What will not the avarice oi stern Republicans, and worthy of their man prompt him to ? best exertions. It will be an easy mat- _ _ ter to put down th e su n s h i n e politician Captain Neddy I attended the Rotter- on our ticket,and to sustain that portion dam church last Sunday morning. His of it which is honored with the names of j affability and condescension those who were in the “ thickest battle,” markably conspicuous, during the perilous days of our party. we»e re- Gentlemen, please remember us next week— Fa ex- ~ ™ pects from his faithful subjects of Rotter- C a p . M d d y tinds during this Election dam, that every one will do his duty— that his lack of brams cannot be suppli- We have great promises from Duanes- f u* Pa better I borgh— Pa says, we shall certainly suc- keep bun at home, peddling paper and ceed—and Judge Boyd says so too—pay Uncle John’s Lottery Tickets, as he on­ ly makes a bad cause, worse. The Clintonian party have nominated Robert Sanders of Glenville forthe as­ sembly. Mr. Sanders is a worthy man no attention to Van Slyck— he is too in­ dependent in sentiment for us. Take care of him, he will only lead you astrayO Mr. Professor Nott, and Mr. Register and well fitted to the a s s e m b l y ; an d electioneering! Y e Gores a n d although differing with him in politicks, tvj Glenville, what a sight w a s we most cordially wish him success over no^ weeP at remem- the money seeking, candidate who has '« °*y?ur unhappy exchange for an imposed himself upon the republican j . 0UIf Y °use ? The Mohawk Bank, party. Mr. Sanders is a Farmer and I H.n,on C rtlcge,.and the Mohawk Turn- well known throughout the county ' ?I These are fearful odd*.— for his gentlemanlike conduct, and cor- j f n °f.\ ~ People, look well to it. The rect moral deportment. He wili afford | ®PIe*Jd,djAn®nc*a* talents of Mr. Cashier us if elected, an honest and intelligent' J ®l r*search, and winning representation. We trust that the Re- ' ^ d e s t y , of Mr. Profesior Nott— added publicans who may vote for Mr. San-1 ,3 v l £ rea^ Pract’ca^exPepience, of the ders.will not loose sight of Afessrs. Gaige S resident ofthe Mohawk Turnpike Com- nnd Vrooman, and the residue of the \ 10 caus5’ be irre- Repuhlican Ticket. Mr. Gaige is a sterling politician and a man of intelli­ gence and character— Mr. Yrooman has been before the people so successfully on a past occasion,and has so fair a pros­ pect before him, at this election, that we deem it unnecessary even to recom­ mend him. It will be an honor to this county if they should elect, uuder ex­ isting circumstances, such a man as ‘Mr. Sanders, and a triumph for Republicans it, notwithstanding their present divis­ ions, they should remain s»fficiently u« nited, to carry that portion of their tick­ et. which is worthy of their support. sistible— But all wont do, friend Hanky — You are well known ! ! ! That alone will defeat you. It IS a remarkable fact, that for the last six weeks friend Hanky has been unre­ mitting in his attendance upon public worship, in the Roterdam C h u rch. He has left the H o ward, to the sole su per- intendance o f Mynderse and Comnanv dam d ’rh0le at,ention to R q H*N Like Absalom of Old, he standeth i„ the porch o f the tem p le,” so that wh»n any man cometh nigh unto him to ^ <3

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