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Rochester telegraph. (Rochester) 1818-1830, April 03, 1827, Image 2

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p/ ^heiitlQpe’s fingers a?P;i!|«y‘0? ■ O’er tt|0.pB6V(il»of)ihe yentUM AsicJ|;a««)rlt(6 praspects displaylngv ihe blili thafaeW ypait niay . Awd tbo puliei ^ J e ^ o jit b^al^ , Wben e a # ftay |s lp;«wfytfftsuref8 b^Wgins* ;■■ .Ob/th*a-w:4opa€ift#‘»psf«*ee tprcbpf ASfeciiPB ju]stiightea, , • /Bwrtt^rbfigfit QnfbeuUw P ' :fe« iihe cqja,;»eraabw9^^^ A Oae: furipCfeinfe^fn^pf ybpth; . ■ WbeA e^rih sccirtta jravdpu unfading, 'fj, rbw 'indep4''Mfeis-, »?*'9s‘' airpeU’.- , Ayiieti Hie cold beenti' o f &prr«\y is?wcepMig ’ j /. O'sr the choi-ds .pf tUe yPMthfal fieaift, , ; .A.bd'ti»eyp#|i,Wip/p iveepr ', ■-,■ ■; iiig,;'-' ■ ' - \ '■ '*■’ ' ■ fjpealbp yis^Pftofy^^ ■ • ‘WboP the Wopna oryqung feelip is,dyipg,. ) '-^nd ,tlie breast throbi \yUft Pnssioif s fierce ,*v ■.’'■>■■'■ .gffijipj y* '. • •' •; Pftriad.ivagt^ ;in dlgb>pgi » cap; find ] WJlen wnkindnpSS PfO :/fi» b«i^,: nj}de&|od \4tfid the-^ists o f the cold. vy ocid fi :^. fl'bidreains dh'abaiodad our hearts wove f, , say: lyhich, hy the py.e, 'rurceBS, dishes, plates, liniveg, :and foi-ks, {i, e. handles of former) sdlyers, siilt-cenerS,Jfc. all were in the same slduing, glo­ rious, goldeu ILVevy, k ffttiteirx, or armed ,ehair, stood (U', the centre for the'King, atuj three stools Verc pluced at distances of about six or eight feet from epeb o t h e r , , . t h e other? who were to shat e fn ffie bau((uet, tlley'ivere as rich aethey could well he irtadCj witb ciiiasoh. velvet and gold, syith- .outbeing tawdry; some forty or jiffy stools, eovei- ,e,d *witb red cloth, were-placed on .each side o f the table, for the ludiPS Who had becri pyc5entod„and a good deal of the remainirig sp.ace was occupied, by the hoyschplcl aiid tlie tnen visitors, .all Of whom stood. At this singe o f the spectacle, somellfing was proclaimed ip aloud vqicc from the far end. of the hall ; a jiUle sensatiou foflow.e(r, ami then came a ai-mtad ’Wfhimbufttese^s^ ', J!fs,'}bf|f«feTiKith;Wigl>f-Wessip rife, Wiled V,? look but foe clouds on edch ,morrow, . iC^bP fetn can find,sweetness ju bife f ■ ^ i '^irdmthe'Wdnim&rmlJ^^ a ftifend-' PaipS, ^illL ' The .4in- »nr,, the decoraticnsyaMthe.asseinblageat this COi'escd’llicm wCte.gorgPOuslu inat,eiluh nu4 Ueu’r;. caudles. She accordiugjys^ut all lUc feniiily tc bpd'i bul Sts the officer bail been w particular,, her ouciosity .was escited. She (cole olf her shoo?, anti pUt h e fear to. thpkeyiipfe o f f e e cpn clave, Slie oyerlteard. ali order read fei'all tbc Rvltjsh troepa to ntorcb out, late iu the evening of the foilnil, add attack G eperal >¥ashi«gtotdS; anny, then encamped at IVhite Marsh. Om hearitig this, slic retiirncd to her chanihOr and laid hersfll’tjowii. Soon after the offi.cers knock td.athtecioor, hut she toso only at thd third snmtnons, having feigneel to he asleep, .l-lcr' trilKSDAY,, a, TS27.\ .topld dkcover-ftoihing but thesmuke andrever- al sails, apparently in .close contact with ehcJ> other, • 1... • ■ ^ [Q* ^ k f '0 % e o f t h e TjefEedtrti willhe t'e-', movetJ,iatheoourse o fne;stwetk, to the room ever fho Stores' of 4:l!cott f!fWatts‘ and 1'. 3Eg- .gieslQU. ■ D:j- ’ih e 0 A liL Y I’S L K G ilA P il will appear ruiadn-as’so q iudi .agitated; that, froni this wo-jO\ Monday, the Igth inst.ant. after which thne tn.ent, siie eouUudtheroatnqrsloep ; f upposingj t'.ie couatrj p.iperwittbe |ubli«lied once a wofh it to he in iiei power m sure the lives of her coun' only. irymon ; but not hnowirig hovv.bhe was to cou- ’tii.:-' '\\S'. , yey tbG^ioce 3 saly iut^llig’ptice to GeneiuJ Watiji, ^hei^TarK:eL —-Tb0 stallsofthc BTariev ington, pordarihg to confide it even to her hus- were rented fortune year, on Saturday last, at band. The' time leJ't was, however, short; she I ■jhe marketis a gile, airy building, aUd ,knbi of men, m one direction. They were all olli- qu.ckly df ternnned to makc hei way ns soOn a s , ^standingr as itdaes, over the i lytr, can be kept cets in tlieir mdijary attire. Annui h fa piiiin and possible, to the Atnerrcan oiUposls. .She mfor-i • . • - exceodiogly itnpvefcivding exterior watked m their mod her iamil-v. that, Os they were in Want gf | Wfunana iieaun.w .ng --------- ,_tier -_j ....nd,4q-fb.e, * u — .......... ........ . flour,, she wotild go to Frankfort for sohJO! her husband insisted that she should take witii her a’ servant uiaid,bul, to his surprise, slie positively refuse;!, hhegot access to General Howe, and solicited Wli'ichhc readily granted a pass throngfi ^ated jiQnfjxptjrFricbs cprreijlffet theM atoof 4jur tnarkef , in which Ffevf, frbfelte late »ieve.i ’ in ifepqru?hl»;ifh atfeost the life and frQslipess .‘of the reality. ■ ■ ' . ; ; ■ JhE,;GR\A^D--e.gWilBT . HoWi3U*the ! .'^liOj.'.that rC-, \CoHedts what , the grand Moha’i'quo was, some Sfty.yearS:sincfe.‘cobid rccoggize tliqt infallible iacred aud almpst spperhatacal being in the .present bccupapt ofdhe' throne of the Capets i JLoyhlty then, stood io-need o f the lancet, It, must :noW h e giiickened with stlmulantsi , T h eelpud wh.ich shadowed phristendotfi with the belief ijiat-kings-were a distinct: class ofraprr tals has passed by, and. men, begin to regard theip as the.inero headsjOt so many aysteuih of . g jv.em.mant, more or less useful or troublesome, as they hap,«!(i, to b e situated irn respect to the i.'siii'irii'Vof their power. The Idivine Hight’ i-tf.*,;! vdkad of. but in all countries, possessing .j!«Uimtons, it; is coiisidored as the graceful vip;?ti5mr.to' wlji.clt .the Uionarch yields a„ portion ufkiss'Captre to the natiem. Even in England, thb Piotto o f George. lY , is still ‘God and my Fight,* .ilO.J-ybtilhalieges are constantly telling iJi'ij iuhi- leolh, that hisboasted rightjs neither .‘•iSi?n'mlas5 thatitho settlofeent bft^ueen-Anne i'- ■k<r\''', *dio iictioh'isa greater novelty and a S-. il-r,- itod .French Damoitliopra’s a.ro' •J V 1. %f l' hh',siifg Eouri X F U l, for tlie gift of g c h .f ; ^ .'- •Tbispndei’ness to the feelings of .;r.dga«i.iy-’uor7{ifiae.are,ign OF ■two. but ..uiorS' ertnlv-spirit \pervades the nation '■;:i: truth V.ill tivt tail to boheard. Tiaa IS not a, people easily to be understood. Th'^rfi'is no-i|htdligeut French.'nanj(ultra.? ex- cej tf ;l.) who will not tell you that the Boufbons eOttld notlias'O toigped, without the concession they h ave ihadd t and y et .tlie f o n g is periodical :front, bowi on.eit ha lotv reverences he. received. Ho'worje;)tlie uniform of a qolotud.— .seemed far from,being atliis.«easo, tliough he-smil- ed on all, ippassing,. and that, top fiora the cpUri- tenance;of a seeitiinglv honest and Wellnaeaning,; man', it >vas the p'aophin, Ije passed withyi threj! feet of me, and left the hall by one end, A few minutes, afterwards a striking otrf man came jn at the door by which the dauphin had jrist gohe.ouf; he was.in a court dress, wore the cor- ,d;enhlew,amult!tudO of stars, ami was fallowed by .two pages in fekceedingly rich dresses. Ht?Walk was very slow, and as there were soipe thkty of us in our civclQsure, be had' a litHc dilfioulty tiifough ; as ;he;.pas§ed; quite pear me, I observed; he limped, Ipoked-athis feet, and, then the truth, flashed before my eyes^lt was Talleyrand, who attended in yir- tUe pf his. o feceyf firan.tj Chamberlain of the king Uom, He looiced very old, and has thecoupte- haneq of a man w.bo has. been literally worn out in the service of the woriH., You may ..understand tbat as ypuplease j. with mq it lias but one naeanlng. He; moved leisurely through fhe hall in his way to join diis present fciiastc,— Cesf un ch-at qni toinbe fOftjyilrs:tUr‘sesjiiesy eaida^ittlc abbewho stopjmt toy elbow;, . casting, an expressive glappe at the hi- fdevaiit bishop, aSd taking a pincll ofsoafl\ with? the ajrpfa inanwho .badsfiida cleverthing, ‘t notiJed assent, and then we let the Chamberlain depart in peace.. Next came an .old man in a brown cowrt dress, with adittlB wig covered 'with curls, and an air about hjm that n,iarkedstrnngly of a profession; he took his stand behind fee I'entuil, wjierc lie stood looking dike onfe vvho thought dinners Vvere not intended for spectricleS.r-it was the bat on Per- tal, physician of the king, who. was placed there, ^ according .to ancient nhage, tp protect :||ie royal' 'person, from the Uhiiatilralcompounds of thecooks. Charles X. is an hbsteiuiou.s,man, and his medical adviser seems te knovv i t ; for unlike Sancho, on a similar occasion, he was. left entirely to his own ap­ petite—in so much is a monarch more favoured, ttian a Governor J . Then followed a movenient at one end of tlie hall: '•■place pour Madame la Daupbine,’’ was toiidly jfoclainied,; arid the daughter of the murdered Louis, and of tiic hapless Marie A'ntonette, swept .by, with all her train. . , I’rieVer see this wonafth without a feeling o f cora- RfiSeratiori and respect; she is handsome ho lon­ ger; fee expression of beta countenance is rather cold and dislrustfel thaiv subdued; and fli.xve often thought there was that in her eye which says, 'that I have not sunk 'uader\ yoift treatment, is owing iriote to the spirit which I inherit from my grand- inother,. than le your niercy.\ I fancy that the Temple with its aboihinations; amlthe “ Place Lou­ is XV.\ with its horrors, are ever present to her memory, There is something so disloyal: to the feelings ofa gontfeinanin the coarde calum_oies her murderers heaped on t|le fame o f her inother, that . iu the cliair, again took Up tli9 bill lelntive'to the I have always shut my earstojhqin. T^eman hns.^anals, andafterliavingspeiit some time in fixing lived in vam vvhoMnr.oidiseever howprone vilencss' reported. for the purpose jy thaoked, I trill Bdl say fer ho a c t of justice, Tife fop due ofaeapsaity* On the other hand, vQtaife hM tetnoTity to say during the pefitH of dcapotismT-- :Q*^t UQ tisage antique, et tticre paniii nous, Qnanfila tnort sufle trohe etendsesrade-s coups, ' qfie du.$aug dea i:pis, sr cher a la. patrie, P^miCea derniert canau;xla source s’est tarie is to reduce all to its, oww level, t hate the revolt­ ing subjeqt.-^In Frande they arc ashamed ofit;-.- They will talk of Buonaparte and his glory, without faesitatioa; butifan allusion be made to the scene.? of blood, they shrug theii* slioulders, and say it was a fitof riatiopalinsanity. .Nations may be like o//t~ er. Corporations,'soulless; but the individual who had cbmpaitted one such act of mildness, would be kept in wbolesoine restraint for the rest of his life. The Hauphinewentpij her way to join the kiiig. By this time'ihe iourofsixhad arrived,.and \ 'lo “ etoe instant rentre t o See p r e Then ^Smred tnttTS. dr&its ; master of the Parcsoix some such otlicev,, leading 11 priit e4om^ tin m giireil pexit eheager ser ■ ioit^korSUs. HKNBtAp%C-Ak‘i» t ‘f- V. * VI* WilS UU aOUU.Cf piO.<;VU. VU lUtf UlUiV^ %UUU lU W 4 tkfe«despdtism-pf iheucrjQitofA good deal. :;Roi.h|mself WasprOclainoed, and the Royal Family *f Ha senseless pageantry .has passed anray.-v entered, The 'Dauphin preceded-the whfee;,his This has long been ih e case in England. The litngs o£ the latter ootuifry have lived like peo­ ple h f sfehfei to faF k s tsfeleis concerned, for so* 9 (Miehl“rtM, Indeed,^ it is4i co,imtfy which ih S w s m d l kotr tohandleabing. H e is used as a . g i t ^ t t » ‘eapital tq the colUrnn o f thegovern- inefit;wpiieb allHlto are bound to believo beau- tifiH, Tf h eliap|ieas to be a sensible man, like Gedrl'ftlVj bhmay serve to keep the 'ministry froth giiarreling, and Ike aristocracy, who are fee source o f all power, in good humor. I f a . dttnee’jlife bothers the onejand vbxes the other, Ifaih a ti o f stubborn, but honest prejudices like tho heir totlie lbrone, who has just gone to take his skate in another inheritance, he may be the parentof incalculable evil. H e had politically speaking better b e like the one whose prospects i are opening by the death of his brother, aqhar- acter t h a t ! , as a gentieman, .may not* express iaitSsimplest phrase but which, he asaFrihee, kasnotrlisdained to earn. Such a itian would need a minister.like Pitt, wfeoasyou know, took bis father to Paul’s when he; had better been in Bedlam. ' , The Bourbons have long been ambitious of more state, than any of the other sovereigns of E’uTOpc. Before the revolution the whole fami­ ly was in the practice ofdining daily in public; since they have returned to their thrones, the custom has not obtained so tihifprmly ; in F r a h e e itbas dwindled to two great animal en­ tertainments; which are called *par totcelUncc^ bs Granch CoWerf*. ■ These pageants are herd on 1hc' fete: o f the reign­ ing Prince, and On lejour de Vdii. .The immedi­ ate riiemhcrs of fee branch which isfen the throne, dirie, or pretend to. dine while sundry curious pfe- ble assemble to took on. There are three descrip­ tions of spectators, besides :a countless number of tordk drid ladieS}in attendance, v iz : they \yho tiave been presented: at court j tliey Wko bavo .not beeri presented, arid the public. The latter class mean? as in the case of the gallery of the British .GommonS, those who can get tickets, arid are not excluded by the crowd; I had. riof been presented, and it tvrts therefore pecessaiy I shotddgoin one ofthc two latterclmr- ariers- As-r ----- was to accompany me, I chose attba tni!i, she hastened.towards the ^nreilcaii lines, Slid eacountered on her wny ap Amei'iea'n Lieutenant Col (Sfi-aig) o f the light horse, who with some of his tnouf was. on ihe lookout for in­ formation. I-lo knew her, and inquired where she wnsgoingi She answered,'lip fluest of her sgri, an ofeoer in the 4ineriean army ; andpray- e-l the colonel to alight and walk with her. lie did so, ordering his troops, to k eep in sight. To him she disclesod her momentous secret, 'after having obtained from birti the most solemn pro­ mise never to betray her individually, since her life might be at stake with the'British. H e con ducted iter to a, beus'e near at hand, directed a female togiyeher sQrn.cthing to cat and speed- elfor head quarters, whqreheacqnaintedGen. fFaohingtgn with, w.h'at he b-a-| heard. _ Wasli- ington madej pfcoui'se,.all props ratioris for baf­ fling the meditated: surprised Lydta returned home with her Sou r 1 sat up alone to watch tlie movemeiatof theBritishtroopa: heard their fool stops; hut when they returned, in a few days after, did not dare tq-aska question, though so- licituons to learn the event. The next evening the adjutant General cafne in, and requested her to walk lip t o his room, os he vvished to put some questions. She followed him in terror ; and when he locked the door, and begged her With an air of mystery, ,to he seated, she Wassure that she was either suspected, or had been betrayed, .gone. The cati-al, therefore, below Utica, wiil master of thevBagcsoiS some such ofiicev leading a opg.file of feileiverg,; 'beiiring the first service.— This Was no sooner placed oh the tabic than ’le sukjectvvas •adjourned,vve iearn,toThUrsday eve ning oftliis^week, when, it is hoped, ourdtkens w illg^ei'aljy attend. There is no subject ?o the. British troP^ on [he lines. LeaVingher b ag \o. oUv cUildrea andoqrTillage. as ed atiha mill*she hasteuedtowards the vimcuncan . ,v ., . ^ ■ , J7%/i SekooL-^The meefing called upon this He inquired earnestly whetheranyofberfawiiy were up the last night he arid the other officer m e t :— she told him fliat they all retired at 8 o’­ clock. He observed, “ I know you wereasleep for I knocked at your chamber door three tinies before you heard me :—.1 ,atn eiitirelv at a loss, toiinagiao who gave General Wafeingtoa fee inforniatioii o f our iiiterided attack, unless the Wallsof the isousc could speak. When we arri- ved near Vi’liite Mavsb we found all their caniion mounted, and prepared to receive us, and we have marched back like, •a parcel of fools.” L e g z s lah f i'c o f j f e w Y o r k . R iporledjor the JlLbany Daili/ .idieriisev IN. SENATE, - • Tuesday,‘March 27. ■ The committee o f the.whole, Mr. Waterman ucatlhnj and tve ai-e sorry- to addUbat it hasbegn, loo mack neglected. 'Let the pi'esent oocasipn be crnbracedfp establish ascmiiihry whose gett- ial influences tnay be seen and felt for inauy, \c~ ry many years. ' ■ - Lp^slailhe -— The twi) hcupQs, as the day of adjourmpcrit approaches, are more actively en­ gaged in. hiisiness. An ioiphrtant bill poncerji.- ing our canals Ifes passed the seriate. The bill re-coriveying to Myron Hplloj bis real estate has also passed that body. In tho assembly the Lottery bill, which was returned frptn fee senate, to the house, with a- inoudraeEts, 'all of which v/ere finally rejected. The resplulidn for an extra session coipra'en.cing on the 11th ofSepteinber, passed almost unanim­ ously. The bill appiopriating 4,000' to im,- improve the Overslaugh passed. Freshet — Accounts from the east represent the Slohawk as having risen higher than it has been for twenty years. The ivater is said to be seven feet upon the dyke at Utica- .One, if not both, df the Canada creek bridges are said to he oi eotwsi-the best’of the two, and applied for bil­ lets to the proper oflieeu accordingly. Nothing call exceed the delicate courtesy o f the well bred people of .France to a stranger; \ye received the tickets in piopcr season, and wcat at the proper boar ' ' • Tlic table wari spread in the gallery of Diaria; a ball of perhaps a hundred feet in lerigth, by a- bi>ut thirty in ividth. I shall sriy nothing of this apartincul, except that its celling is pnintediri the ! r«’ which prevaited.in the reign of Loiiis XIY, :'•• 4 it was splendidly lighted, and that its walls » i.deried with large historical picture.?. 'verp in .very good season,. • A geritlenaan- T .li -» v of the courtj.asfinc as entbroidery could •'r ' a., lO'ik the hand of—^ a s We entered, .* h tr-’fer down tlie hall; :when We reached the S M ^fde. that ndmitted them to, what I shall call i',.. .'.yftiawri, he boWed to me, as riiuch as to sSy, *'.•«..4sa/a,*” .ofeonrsc 1 looked out for a suitable y «.-e to;' mvself; T soon found one within fifteen f. be labiej and when I cast my eye round for I saw her feathers fluttering among the la­ ri. b- the most privileged of the gradins. Having t> !. •. f'felpihed my whole charge, nothing;romaln- gd eu! t ■ tnnkc my obser-vations. , , I am by no means an adept iu describing diaper,. Iftuias, trains, diaraorids, or rouge ; a very short neccunt must, therefore, suffice for trie table cloths, ladies’dresses and decorations; I suppose the for- tpdrto hrive been eisquitlte, I know trie vessels tiuit own geutlemen followed:; then came‘the king and his attendants; the Daaphine; and last and least, .Huchesse de Bnrri. The tnusio struck Up a grand flourish, and hh ftlajesty reached his chiririn the ’midSf o f a gallant uproar; The Dauphin and Ma­ dame topk the stools on my side of the table; the Danphiuc the one opposite; two dames d'hormear bad Stools behind the two Princesses; the men found places where they could, those of trie high­ est rank) keeping o f course nlghest the Sovereign:.- There was some little ceremony in being seated, the king taking his place first, his family nest, and theHutebuses waiting aear a inmuie afterwards before they resumed their places. At this instant a column of enquiring faces was seen advancing slovy- ly along the little bine; aijd the,world began to go by looking tike' so many hungry ghosts in a play. ■“ Black spirits and white, blue spirits and gray,” would describe them better, for a more motley set never stood, in the presence of Royalty. 1 should think there -were few of no Frenphmen or women of much importance in this tparching multitude; but there Were English arid Aitiericans in abun­ dance •.—The Frcach were inerchands, mechanics, footmen, soldiers, maids, and.all those varieties of employments by -whieh an ingenious French wo­ man knows'how to turn a penny : in Short the col­ lection was, as they would s-ay in England, partic­ ularly vulgar, The chief amusement was now af­ forded by these passengers; when they stopped, which they were often disposed to do, the domes­ tics o f the Palace would urge them ou; some ofthc more obstinate contrived to remain in the room eight or ten .minwtes; but by far the greatest part passed through at a slow- walk. There w as a Cardinal at the elbow of Charles, but I neard no. grace. Talleyrand affected to exam­ ine a paper, which I suppose was the bill of faro; but his master dismissed him early in the entertain­ ment, in pity, as I thought, to his infirmities. The king eat rather heartily , and lie drank several glas- esof wine witha very sensible relish. The Dau­ phin Was much more moderate; aud the ladies, like all other lafees, were, I suppose, too etliereal to 6 'at. They laughed and talked with the atten­ dants,'andsometimes iVith each other, though they were seated too far asunder to converse together with ease, as themtisicplayed withoutintermissicn: —it was excellent. To dose., 1 will sum ■up as follows: The Grand Couvert ofthc 1st Jan, 1827,Was as rich as gold, diamonds, strirS, and feathers could conveniently make it: but is a pitiful spectacle'for a king to pre­ sent to his people. The state of majesty should riot be exhibited in trie prodess of eating. It tells every one, .in the plainest word, ‘deprive me of food and 1 would die like any other mortal,’ It is idle to say that every body knows this already ; so do wc know a thousand things of which it is not wise to think rif. I shall always draw the image of Charlss X. in niy mind, .eating his soup. FVorn fhe American Review, REYOLHTIONARY AKECpOTE. ' AYliile .the British aVixiy held possession of Philadelphia, General How’s head quarters were in second street, the fourth door helow Spruce, in. a house which was Before occupied by Gen. Catiwalader. Directly |opposite,. resided AYi!i- iam and Lydia Darrah, rrieinbers of the society of Frieads. A superior officer o f the British ar­ my believed tribe the 4djutant Genei'al, fixed tipori one of their chanabersaBaclc room,for pri­ vate crinfetence; aed two of them; frequently met there, with Are and capdfes, in close consul- tation. 4bout the third hfDecetriber they told Lydia feat thcy.-ivould be io the room at seven o’clock, and rernaia la t e ; ami that they wished thc family to retire to hod early ; adding, that when they Were going away,4hoy would call lier to I,et them oat, tinJ extiiigui-h tl'mir fue and i filled ■'.ip- and rcpoi'lpd. for the purposo of opening the court o f Errors. After feo court adjourned, the committee of the whole again took up the tibove bill. Went through ■cvilh and agreed to tbs same. When in committee, Mr. .Spencer moved so to pmend the iSthscctiOa o fthc bill as to diiecl (he canal com- niissicraers to leimhiate the Seueca canal at the village o f Geneva. TTiis motion was supported by 5'Ir. Oliver and Mr. Golden, aud it prevailed. In the Senate the bill was further amended.' One o f the amendments otFered by Mr. Viele was, thatat no titus the canal commiss’ionprsslvaU ha've ill hand more than ^10,000 unaccounted for,— On this the vote stood ayes 10, nbes 10, wheri* the Presiden'tgave his casting vote in the affirm­ ative. HOUSE FO ASSE.MBLY ! Monday, March 26. Mr. Barstow,called up the resolutions ofi'ered by Mr. Benaet, for ap adjournment of the legislature on trie, third o f April, aud on his motion, the -word ‘‘•Ihitd” was stmek out, and the word “tenth’’ inser ted. The question then recurred on Ihe passage of the resolution, andaftcy some conversation, it was laid on the table tillio rr orrow, Mr Beeclier.callcd up the resolution for two ses­ sions a day, and it passed. The morning session will comiiieiice at ten and the afternoon session, at five. The latter sisssion to'be devoted to the reading of the mhiDtes, and receiving petitions and reports.— [The resolution -will takeeffeot to morrow. J The house went in committee ofthc whole, Mr. Livingston in the cnair,. on the bill from the senate regulating Ihe manner of electing justices of the peace. This hill is in conformity to the following amendment to the constitution, adopted at the last election. ‘That the people of this state in their several towns, shall nt tbeir annual election, and in such manner as the legislature feall direct, elect by ballot their justices o f the peace, and the justices so elected in any town, shall immediately thereafter meet togel/icr in the presence of the supervisor and town clerk of the said town be divided by lot into four; classes, of one in each class, an'd be num­ bered one, two, three and four; and the office of nninber one'shall expire at the end of the first year of number two at the end o f the second year, of number three at the eltd of the third ye.ar, and of number four at the end of the fourth year in order that one justice may thereafter annually elected.” The bill provides that justices shall be chosen at the annual Stale flection. Mr. Stevens offered a substitute for the bill,pro viding that they shall be elected at the annual own meetings, and contended at length, that the phraseology of this amendment to the coustitution, required that the justices Should be chosen at town .meetings. ';■ Messrs. BpeSkqr, Skinner Hamilton, Doty, and WardwoB, spokein favor o f the substitute. Messrs. Barstow, Sachet,-Eldredge.MoBcIy,Pish, Foole, Granger and Parke, maintained that the bill from the Senate, was in accordance with the meaning of the constitution. The comraitiee refused to receive the substitute, by a vote Of 52to S.'i Tlie first section and several succeeding sections of the bill than passed,' but before the bill wos gone through with, the hour of three arrived, the com­ mittee rose, and the house adjourned til 10 o’clock to-morrow. Tuesday, March 27. In the house, Mr. .Stevens moved to amend the report o f tha cotiimittee o f the whole, so as to have the elections of justices of the peace at the annual town meetings, instead of at the annual slate elections. This, amendment was lost ayes 38—noes 6&. ' The committee ofthe whole, Mr. Doty in the cbeir, took up the bill to abolish the distinction betn'een town and country poor in Warren co. .md alter aniending (ho same so as to include in its provisions the counties of Was’nington, Onta­ rio and Cay nga, provided the supervisors there­ of so desirad, the bill passed : the eomniiltee rose and the house adjourned till 6 o’clock, this after- noon. The assembly ys sterdav evening passed a res­ olution, to Have an EXTRA SESSION of the legislature, at the capifol, in this city. The have sustained great dainago. The editors o f the Utica Sentinel say thgt Bit- Beardsly belongs toasect ofpoliticianstiiikiioun tp us, denominated “ non-oominitah.” Oui evi­ dence for Topresenting this gentleman sos a ^^u'armszipporierq/ Gen. Jackson,\ thov^h not founded upon any act or word pf AEr. B, himself, was what we deemed of an unerring character. T'be “ Kami srjfport\ which Mr. Van Buren Ihinlcs proper to give to any fudii iflu-dl, always! their stay. '^commits\ a. class o f politicians with whom Mr. Begriislec acts. W e did net, therefore, in this instance, stop to inquire what Mr. B ’s. inlividu •al views might be, because wc felt at liberty to infer hjs \w a rm support of Gen, Jackson\fiorp the ground talicn by Mr. A^'an Buren—and so we still think. • . ' •arrived yesterday from- Britlsliports,were pfeer- ed off. '. ' ' ' . ■file BriS: Tontine, pupt. Harris, safleA on Friday last ti-gm lHiifedelphia for Capadayv|tU a cargo of 2,300 bi;la o f .various supplies, fqp .the; G reeks. Erie was well afpointe'daiid anito4< Money 4 beg'infeng to iuefease in London. It is .attrlfeUed. to the peace hf Europe Imvihg been preserved by the mcasu.res ofEnglandia Pnrtu. gal,' Thevallue of jijinuiffes iucireases,. . vWe are sorry to sts:ie:(aayri fee Ni, Y. Mercan tile Advertiser o f Tuesday) tlj-at the ship Cbgri- oellor, caplv .Baker, wluqh sailed frqiu this port' on tlie loth instwith acurgo ofTrovisionsfee,for: the Greeks, put hack yesterday in dislress. Qn the ,3d orAthday out, she. expein'enced a tfriidnep-' dofts gale, during vvhicli hrii decks'wefe swept of almost evfe'y moveable article, :iUQludjng: 'her: boats, and tw p o f her prew were wounded. | f ‘ia' feared some oflier cargo, is d'amagefe It will Ue quire, however, but afgw; days to refit The Nantucket Enquirer sta(es'lhnt. itif6rwalip,u' has lately'been I'CCelyed o f the ship Lady Adamsj,;. Gaptaiu 'fobey, which salfed frpin iSfanUickri about : si.x years Singq, and had not been lieard of. It.ap- pears;ft-om iriforniation recently obtained .from to’ ^English W'hafcr, that the Lady A.dams was destroy­ ed by fire on the coast of.iupan in 1823. She had a crew of 16 persons,, and at the time of the acci­ dent, had on bogi'd .fetX).barrels of oil, There is everyreasd^ W liolieve that the Per- tugUese rebels have been supplied ivife.mouej \and means from -secret associations in Italy, France and perhaps Austria. 'Pacts are louking out ph this point. Secret meetings had been held in Italy and every undeiltand method adop­ ted by the minions of ahbiti'ary power to .criish the Portuguese qoostitation. Considerable excitement exSs ts in Burfington coimiy, N. Jersey, on accoant of a ra.urdel' li.aririg been committed by* ofte Joitn Krbss, upop his wife, at Speedwell Furaace, The mount Holly \paper speaks'ofthe\manner” of'the murder as being too horrible to be related, arid having no 'parallel in the catalogue of barbarity, The people in the neighbourhood of Speedwell have otfered one handfed dollars for the dctec* tipu of kross. The U >S, ship hfhrlfi Cdrolina.-^’The Ship Hope, from Marseilles .arid Gibralter, arrived at .Norfolk brings information feat fee U . States ship North Caiofeia Commodore Rogers, had experienced .a violent gale off Ctorsica, wbich had so strained her and otherwise damaged her sails that it was found necessary to put into Toulon, to repair, whence she sailed on fee 15lh of Jan- uary. Com. Rogers, cap . Perry and several others o f the officers made a v'isit to Marseilles from iTouloii, where they-were ■ received witli every mark o f respect. Among other guntucl. courtesies, two balls were given to them during The officei's were ill fine health.. hut the comb atiiftlsw>eto afeuph: adLiance .they . The; Am^rfeau Ims.fed. 5ustt,€lefl-i(ettoT 1 The Rev. Albertis, of .Albany, having alluded in unauthori.sed terms to (he war in Greece, in his prayers as chaplain to the legislature, while the bill giving 1090 barrets o f flour to (he Greeks Was under discussion, Mr. Hay ofTersS a resolu­ tion requesting him to desist from such interfe- lence. This Air.'A. is the same gentleman who attacRed Qeu> La l ’aycUe in one of his legisla­ tive prayers. ’ Morgan .Elisha Mat'nVr and .AveryUowner, of Oricans county, were indict­ ed hast week for being parlies to fee conspiracy to kidnap \Yilliatn Morgan. .ddjaurnmmt —:The resolution to adjourn on the lOfli inst-passed fee .Assembly f7 to 47,— Mr. Price voted in favor, and Messrs. Reynold-s and Sibley against the adjournment. AYelcam that the water will be let ir-tj this Section o f the canal about the lOtb inst. A. 11. Tiffany lias been appointed First Judge of lYayne county. At a large and respectable meeting ofthe inhab­ itants of Hanford’s Landing, in the town of Greece, March 30, 1827. it w as Ihsolved unanimously. That, under a sonSe o f tlie solemn obligatiorisimposcd upon us by om Creator ,to keepiria Sabbath day holy, v c will individually From ihe LiUle Falls People's Friaut. Ui,f,)Hunale .Accident ,—The practice o f rol­ ling o'ff timber from the mountain fronting this village on the south side of the river, has beeit carried on for some (imo past. -.On Siaturday, tiic I7ih inst.a pair o f Valuable bo'rses belonging to Messrs. Ciockor & Badger''’ (the proprielons of the Grocery Boat a t the Basin,) being employ­ ed in drawing wood to the brow of the Jiill for g, Uiat pupose, hadjust heen released from .u load * and were turning to go after another, when one of them happened to stumble, in his fell the sleigh swung round, and pulled both the. poor animals down with it, die wholo length of the declivity, a distance of ■a.'boxilfour hundrcd/ect! I t roust have been painful to behold the hapless crealures, truggling for life, in a situation where it was beyond fee reach of human power (o give them aid. The slqigb was shivered in pieces before it reached fee boltora— both horses were shockingly braked, arid their bones broken by the fall—pne diod a few minutes after boing got o-jt from among the logs and rubbish where they lodged, and the other Was relieved from 11. lingering distress: by boiiig' pul to deatii soon after. I/ilempcranrc.—.The Grand Jury of Middlesex county, N. J. liave lately presented as n grievance, . j 3 the infompbrate vis'e of .spirituous liquors, which 14 ^ has increased to an extent that, if not countcratted ’ and checked, ibrcalcus to destroy the peace, the moral habits, and the raiigion of the people of that ^ country. Of the cases of breaches of the peace wliich have come before the jury, all, without excop tion, have been produced, they say, fay intemper­ ance ofthe parties ; and higher crimes that have been committed in the state, as far ns the Jury are informed, hifve nimo.st without exception have com­ mitted by thosejwho have first dog-faded themsi'lv es ^ by drunkenness, and the excessive use of spiritu­ ous liquor. wheu aij .order femri fed RHtish oowmisakiffaigf fetLifeoujfouIO0D.:barre?;s wasv.tcoctoci tfio ooiorpitoiohary lisre, whtt -vfeht precipitofely • into th'o tfiafitot arid paid,|? fn’ feat qiiaptity ! as 00 fatthey feeioand, is likply to home, from that quarter at, feoVrticle to agato, calm-, anfl ^ 'purcbriscs Ohuid ira doubt he madoAt afeoUt th^ fqrcrtor'prioo o f ^ 6 ,r ; , TiieToJfewmg'extractof a letter ferniisjife' (I iq la.te.3t poBticaliritotligendo ;frOfe .fe;^ ytolnsofe; ‘Hrip.uklic affafes feeto k np parfiefeaL itoTeL . ty, Thq British troops .are to bq :stotipprid felFfee pfe^nt a t dojor fifeifefes fresro, Lkbotrvl wfeto a ■Bpanish force 4 placed toWarda the ffentl^ts qF Portogal, where feA febek-tasfeeyA p i^ flow called by king Pordiriarid) have bebfe d is­ persed, .apd •all seefes to h e feuiet for fee pres<?nf^ feotigh wfth no good yyiR to .each ritfef.; Preneb troops.p'hich -w’iirS; all Madrid have- iefl ,th.ot capital, 'hut feUvseVoii feousapd SPldietS of '' that uatioit,refeaiD iri full„Militat'y possession: o f .'Cadi?, and th'd neighfefffhocK!,' srid \v,here' 5Ui'S ; geaerally'believed they wiil iteirifam ,‘W e give you these details, as y6u will .probably be glad to learu what is. passing,.ant} .asiSpsin is in wri iflaA- Per prepared for ■war, whateyer her ■dispo.sjtioh m a y b e. ■ W e ha ve riQ:idea ffetthe'peace;.qf life - ‘pSp.irisPla.c&ri be-ferfeef disturbed \for ' fee pr§- ' ' ......... V,~: ----- ' The .senatp of Lowisiari&feave passed lion, inviting Gto’. Jacksori to participato -with tlie citi'enSof New Grlcans inIcelebratiug (he nest aniti verfery of the battle qf tliajt placel . Mr Robertson made a bandscime ^astonsipn wife his Balloon at N . .Orleans, op SOhdaf f e e 25fe Hit. H e landed without accident,} in a svvatpp about 8 miles from fee town; Gov W olcott has apppiritod Priclay, the 13th ofAprilito be observed as’ a day of tastfegjn , Connecticut-. . . > Fronn the p m S o h tAtterary G.aseUe, Fed. 3, JTew Invention.—T,k Urr Eimmermap lias Iste^ lyinvepted a cbntriyance which, if i t Shottid an., swer the character given of it in,the German, •journals, will'prove bigbly iritcrestlng apd:im-. porlant. It is a methodj by fee application of which toffirc-arros, they caunpt, by any possibil­ ity, go offj citbeir by accident or carelessness, oy in any way, without the p'ositive will of the ppr* son using them; at the same tinie, it dpes pot impede or delay, for all ,iu.stant, the, uap o f t h e arm when required to act. The inventor, .We understand, M s obtained a^patent in eomo of the German .slates, and has applied to.otberafor fee same advantage ; and the details ofliisinvention arc,ofcourse, withheld (illbe has-secured feim- self against injury from imitations. The Katiqnai Jpurrial of lYddaestlay gives nn abstract of thesc'veralappvojtfiatlon hills which pas sod Congress at the last session, of which the , fol­ lowing is a rccapil.iilation ; i * :( '■* H- lY e a r e infoime . ha ,i iv..t(; I-ttorshavchcfii keep it in a inannm- becoming an enlightened -ail'd . receivi d la 1 c, \ hi-fa gu c art omits uf the b 'cal Christian ctimmunity ; and tb.af wc wdl unite oUr exertions to prevent its profanation in our families and neighbourhoods. liesalvcd, That we view with deep cooevrn, and manly indignation, the outrages committed upon the peace of our society by individuals o f the baser sort fvona the neighbouring towi).s, who visit us on the Sabbath in parties pf pleasure, and for purpo­ ses o f dissipation; and that, we wiil use all lawful means ia our power to prevent She continuance of a practice equally dishonourable to them and humil­ iating to us. Resolved, That the. proceedings o f (his Tneeting iiig up of Mr. O u f i ’s ('.stab is ii ent, at At a Harmony iu Indiana, 'ilic pr j et(>r, it i'sni-l has gone to New Oiieai.s an Ihe rnonihors t.f tlioiociely have dispcfced. K i said. :.ho, Ibat he complains hiltoiK nf the unir.ao.og, 'j’ l.', 1 ;C- t.'fogoncoiis materials that lie hud ,0 v. oil: tvi’l , in his cssaj, to ostal lish a new form civiin-.cd so­ ciety.— Dcm, Press. The number of arrivals at Havre from foreign ports, in the year 1826, was 765,—of which 2'i'2 were from the United Slates. There wore 86 arri- For Support o f Govern­ ment for the yearl827. Fprthe. Military .service of tlfd United States foy the year 1827, , ■ For I'o.rliffcatinns'of the U S, for the year 1827. For Barracks, Storchoaves, ■Hospitals, Sfe. For the itidian departt- inenl for the year 1827. For cartviuginto effect treaties made with sun­ dry Tribes of Indians. For support o fthe Navy of the H States for the year 1827. For the'gradual im- . provemcnt ofthe Navy ofthe United. Slates. For buildiug Lighl-bou- s'os and Beacons plac- • ii)g buoys, &c. For improving Harbours, building Piers, ^ii'o. For the payment o f the Revolution and other Pensions o f the U S. For the public Buildings For other objects Miscellaneous Piivate. $11,718,85704 i- ^ - 2,971,500.09 003,GOO';eo 45,33251 174,0-17 59 186 , 8 bS 19 3,183,748 53 fiOOiOOO 00 4 1 , ^ 4 0 82,176 43 3,573,240 00' 2(K),865 99 206,813 06 11,820 80 $11,315,568 96 - - v.ah from N'ew-York, three of (hem French vessels; be signed by the chmrniaU and secret.tiy, and pub- a„,j pg y , Orleans, including 13 French ves- lishett in the Rochester papers. |-.gi, .T. C. H.tNFOilD, Chairina.i 1 ------------------------------ EDW’D. BARNARB, Secrciary. | _ _ MEAL, for several years. The waters entirely covered j lature. the piev, and overflowed tho lower part of the city. It is evident feat the warm southerly winds have penetr’ated the trifcii'or,” and trad a powerful effect upon thedeep snows in the I’or- lests. Considijrablc lumber and wood has been sweptfrom the Pier. , Sloops were ajlnat on ihe Dock, and the water was raising when our pa­ per went to press la.st evening. The body of James llj’an, drowned in the Ba­ sin, last fall wa§ fou nd yesterday floating opposite the Eagie Tavern — Albany Daily AdvcrLsei March 29. The Freshet. ■Phe Higti water of the Hud­ son and its tributary streams above this, has nn- doublad-ly done considerable damag-e. We are told that in sev'-eral pl-accs the Blohawk has flow­ ed into fee canal, but do not learn that its Banks hare heen materially damaged, as indeed that fact cannot he ascertained till after ihe water.? shall have subsided. The lower part of this, city has-not been as extensively overflowed for many years, and many individuals have sustained inju­ ries, which in the aggregate will amount to a large .«tim. Tbs water began to fall last evening and it is hoped that the commercial.part of our commiinity may soon again resume their avoca­ tion .— Albany D. .Plverlucr r f AfarchZO. Fine—28.403 tibls,; 1120 hMf Lbls. B.id—U),6l5bbls. Fine Middlings— 1899 bhis. , Middlings—6590 bids. Kyc—10,.37O bids. Corn meal—lL-490 hhds.; 12,220 barrels. Burkwheatmeai—4,'3I barrels; 1078 halfoarreb. In the Washington telegraph ofthe 20tb inst. tlidi e is .an editorial article, devoted principally to th'o subject ofthe next eloction of Vice President of the United .Slates, from which we extract the fol­ lowing pfa-ss-age: “Ifis known that Mr. Van Buren is a firen sup­ porter of the. election of General Jackson. It is under.s'ood that Governor Clinton is so likewise; but it has been lately asserted, that his friend.s de­ sire to place him before the public as a candidate for the Vice Presidency. To sow division' in our ranks; dkidcei enpera, is the ra.i-xim of tbo Couli- tion. If Gov, Clinton could bc neutralized, a great point would be gained ; and knowing that Mr. Cal­ houn uill not be wilhdraun; knowing that Mr. ran Buren does not desire fo be a candidate : mid belicx- ing that Mr. Clinton does, they have seized upon this moment to create a jealousy-on the palt of Gov. Clinton, “by decTari'ng that'Mr. Van linrcn b to lie brought forward, and that the vote for printer ofthe Senate, is the proof of this intention.” Mc.rtVo.—Me.xican papers to the 7th ult. receiv- .1 ^ a 1>L 1 __ •» '.I. -. a repute 1 Fvencli cclesia.slic, had oem.z; ' ' ‘ ' part ofthe wreck of the Lady n ftkeLake. Coni. Pork?*.—The captain of a verscl which | no* come on. arriv’c^i at Oricans cd flt BiiitiniGre^ tunit&h notfjin^ of ijxipovtnncc. rinvptto fTS iKnl /ts+sr *U«.o. C*.. .. j • .. ^igr ishe and .several other persons had been arrested, whose Tart o f a main rn.iBt, several wedges a hatch 1 rhllVwr**;; l - ’in);;*;-*'' or impovtance.—- m J abinnade, tava TOenlly floalrf a .bore a. ,J „ p j „ , r i . L S ' i d A i i X ' b S b*“ ,\ t o , S S ' - on the 6 th inst. fron. HavaritiU, inforin.s that so.sn hfter leaving that blank in tbo rcsrlutioa, a- tathc tiree, is not yet- iprt, a brisk, cannoiiadirg was heard in the dit A Fro.-n the .Baltimore Patriot ofSatiird,iv. s Jrf 9 L w. I a Ts Animal longevity ,—.A coirespondcrit of tfio Daily Advertiser stty.s, “ There is uo'sv a t Grecn- vicii village, town of Horse Nock, two'Geese, ho.li o f the age of 32 years—one is rtovp sitting. They have both laid regularly for ft years.— 1 liev nmv heh.ng to Ivlr. Jared Mead, and were liatcheij on hij father’s place,” One hundred and thirty steamboat.? are now traversing the western waters,' ofwbich 13 arO upwards of-lOO fobs cAtrh ; 2.1 rising o f 200 do; & .)! ranging between 100 anfeSOO tons. DIED, On the 23th inst. Ilarrkt Elizabeth Dr.apcr, agod 15 months aud 20 days, daughter ofllenry a;id ITarrict Draper of this town. ■j '8 ‘i W e learn that his Excellency Gcv. K ent has issued a tudlo joroscqiii in the case of Rev. J * Valiant, a local preacher o f the Methodist Epis­ copal Church, who was indicted in Baltimore (Tty Court, fur solemnizing a tnarriago, where the fimrd..'was under .sixteen years of age, iu C'mtavei.tia;* c'f the fill Section C^f tho act of Asseuihly uf I / 17, by which it is enacted, “ That if-.iny iiiini tcr slul! join in marriage any male under tl.e ago o f twonty-erio, or an; fcm'ale iin- t!i-r t'oo age o f ti:t;con years, and not niaaried be- fore, tvithout the concent of the parents or guar- .ii.iii tifevory such pot!=on, pm enally giv<-ii, fo signified'under the h;vnd and seal of the .said po- rent or guardj'dri, and attc.-ted by two wit'aeasp&- hf ahull f'.-ifuit and pay five hundred pounds curi'c.at m onej.”— Ba't. .^mir. Wc received a few days siurc from ’a friend a neatly oriecuted Directory of the village ofRoche.s- trr. It comprizes iibout 130 pages, embracing be­ sides the .names and residence ofthe inhabitants, a . concise history of the; growth and present coudi- lion Ilf the place. If als.)_ contains a tvdl e.xecuted map o f the village correctly r.howiiig the wards, :ilrefls .md puhlir biiihliiigs. The rapidity of the ,! 4 TT Lrr--, 1 I, ------- --- , 1 Return of John Brown, flour and meal ins-occtor i S'roath of ti'.is [dare has been unexampled ; and. Inga, fi ater. East Evening' the Hnd«on riv- fo,- the counties of Acw -Vork and King.-, fioin Feb. [ enu i pi ise uo.i li'oci tv wl.i. h .arc iii.anrfeoted by ev opposite this, city vvas higher th-an it has been lO, 1826, to Feb. 16, 1827, as reported to the, leg is-* h.s cltizu..'. .m o cry occasion, in which its interest I 01 rejiutfiiion is concerned, cannot be too inuch ad- I m'ncd or emuEted.—Onchla Ob.,crvcr. Itia statoJ tliatthe most disgraceful tran«ac. tionsliare taken filacc on the Jersey shore, wiitre the. ship Lewis vvas wrecked a few day.-; since. A large body of men assembled and contmiUed depredations upon, the cargo in plun­ dering every tiling from the vvreck vvhicli come within then- reach. L it possible that such a state of tliirigs can exist io d. civilized country like tins.I\ It is tho most base kind of piracy thus to plnndcr a ship which has bi^avcdthe perils of the deep and in an uriforlunatc hour been driv­ en asiiorc by an act of providence beyond the contrcl o f man. BailoT”^Ubie*m-( Monroe, Uapl. | A Young man who will advance OOO, in a S\ . ^ to'od an i tafo In-infts. A po I v nt this office. rcctibn oflC'-'v AVes). whi'.'h !;>.s‘e.l for seme t-tr.c, | from Gibrajtcr, nd'.'i r.-,- to tho'ithCTdtrt.rV'ro^ Apptt to this office^ E, M ., PROPERTY OF UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER ORIGINAL STAINED , \

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