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The impartial observer. (Cooperstown, N.Y.) 1808-1809, October 22, 1808, Image 3

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beta <? 5 aGtAerriment,^ It Is however'abso- plead withEYattce, iy%it Jft&rm- \ lately incumbewt on those wht* have the ap- views o f the United Stales; her infaisMeC afc*’, ed luQ/lfiatdklaraf bad'fen. compleielj/ dev / • , ii«n nffirore tk '*& » * * & '■ $ * J^ciilar* system aba p s c w ^ '^ . s e i i t •*&- $ * # * * ■*, & $ ? & * * $ £ own oplieors, o estim to 40ptetj against her enemy dlsedhca^es a/rell* that O u ^ n t hkf 4le4 ;p£chhg«n* The thefr worth by Nheir ..abilities, and apportion setting the' .'€*$$$)* n ffortqim ie/^ wiithe hue** their confidence to their merits, whifh eanon*, tfiahging i£ h is understood, that appearan- the Queen was dnngerously itl/dud thcPrthce lost \ y lv be ascertained by the consequences o f their ct* W«re at first f in a b le to Jhe eatpectatiofi•rpfpfe^ hoorly expected to expferiem^tfee \ WJ he taught - -ru is* t u V i f / i i I? lfiat the British j^venimeBit would yieldto the same /that Ferbandb 7 th/was% !Spa^ m $ , I he effects Q? the measures offifr. Je ., a^jectioaabfe aifangeihem coatenaplated €/- Payers j^akfeadjr desifed iq ^whichTomWs )h’s administration come home to the fire* the President of a revocation of the Orders ofcnninnction withthf. Ff&Huii »*« ..• . n. ft - ) ■ ' ■•■'•■ I ’ g v & t t & M v ' :v. • r / 5 3 1 •rfi®as' £ n d m iss' a ^ k e W s , ^ £G leave to infsQtmt the uiKabtttttita ofthi^&tiWhf ; thaobeir: BEMJNAKY for^paasiitim^ttrt,®^ mng ^adies wul be /^eased «». side t>f every individual, and none but the pre- Council • '.■ . V*. . . . kf *h.; it jl^^pd;.m^'^W'Wtteiaipt to' -|nsUfy'-'tbeir , ,..„ . _ ... _ „r __ _ ___ ^ ___ .. pKoceedings. pavtialitymight attempt the i8{£plM)a $***' Aed# 3 t $ ^^hristeodoim ■,£&&' tff Tbtj^?^ S1^*1 *6 duttivaw and expand ’ the papffii nu*tS * r c !V n 1 A ^ '-: & to resume theaSft* pi the Cftesapeaks* step oJdemandihs? that Nanolkoii slSld^hT ,ects* toimpiaiuib tberh goodmoSls K 3 $ purification ^ theiy foriner steps with some witfi a view to some e#cUve step to^m s &s aw^ted, b^en pw'i^^kea^bn colourable pretexts, but from th^avoweld pur- accommodation, particfilarly the restoration o f The plbvince of Casconv and h S * .^bo way h?’wr '*&* whit the.1 po^i the Emkargoi its continuance can only. S f e - S ? ^ advocatedby thosd who ard actuated by the o b je c t io n At a latep ^C?s £hr^tempted, to en^r^pain ^ lu # x - f° ce 10 the reholastic hue ladies ttjem to expect a t ' • ■.' - t; objfGUom— ivt a^later date* the ap^rent dta- tirpafing tho Freacli the most ardent paternal wishes p • principles (if they indeed d^e>we tfie name 9 f position to concur io tW'fc^ntem^afed af^ 4 ®j<^ 3 S p ^ d a rl?^ |t a ^ tjBwwfc ^ , -A- principles) of self-iove or ambiuon\ of folly or fangeraent had undeifbne a chab^e. Bififis • to.fhfe^irivors ^dm gand plam Hiedle Vfork, per^ Villainy. “,By^ their ^liitus ye shaiNfinotv CtflhcsWqi-e started unexpected as they This a privatd messenger has Enw i* ^ * * * * 1 . ! theuij” is a rate for judging suited to every exp^n^fci, a^re^fctiotf vr^ ld l^ d ' ^ ^ 5 Hayanmi^ wfr© assures us that JJ^ le wrf». ^eyUapby wph the ptoJ^ST of & p ad.y,;rtd ^ fj!cu p lj, rtw pre, to the rcsult due to tKe fa.r^ d fri^ d ly ,k^va g ' V 8' f “ ^ n ^ m & ® ° S \ X » e o f a l ^ «sent conduct of our Rulers. Thcir _weaUness ■'QLthu Un,ted States naust stjon be known.' A a Jy t he nne/vyhic^gave rise'toihe above com- tJ m t S 1 wM be tmsht »n*4*>»aWe admits o f no defence, and.’heir. m^a?Wesfiash Em ^ rgoasit relates to municationfronithe Goveruor of Jamaica to ~Krt?m nnri** «. - — ---- •Eviction W-£hc k k s o r :h/w h a ':^ :not - ^ “ ^ t 1 h^ ^ ® S «%**. . ,: * ' M & M X Q & X M bW D jL'''?* CPnvtcti^ou me all whtrure not m f e CnrtedJiateSi leavrn^ tbe Em , ;•. ^ ^ sub cnb^ ham*commenced the aboU pr^udicedmt% highest: degree. They^are ^rgo> m ^ e as to France rf she adheres to A Xohdott^per o f Ahgust m s a t l « there Io^ a * » r Ink fraiight wtth’ diStresa to our eitizens, have pro. her illegal decrees, takes a^vay .ibsoliftely-the I is a report that Bonaparte has been assasSma- ae&eraf 'hi. ho ^ ? ^ et FfibUftl% ^ afflicioo. ^ o r c b o . 5 ^ pr«e» oi^wkkl, the « i * w # ( e d B o - - ’ V v ‘ 1 , ^ 1. • ; ^ P r^ ly foundedi ip Wit s ihe acauiescence Who formed ca!«:l-atedm ,alpresSon t hcmmasof«,o,e or,be Unilt;d Slates in lhc Fwa^ 6m s i from A in s ttd im i/^ e d K d ike'Iuti.om '; agpnst whom they are, levefled> e^ual |»uy for and as her wisbes/would |>e> gratified with the ' - ^ i “ * 1 whole of our trade in case France refused to oUr egregious folly, anp. ahgev at. our mean .. • herdecreeStdf^^a rpipaoval oT^^allillegal '*' ” ’ Sand, ladtan'1 -MikJcfifersoB) hike o cp * 'o^truefipud• t o d. ■.. • has stiuck at his object,, but missing^it, has take place, in case Frmi^e agreed to it peal1 , J^brhmr.'^Capf- Harding, who Iefr Gadtzj .- ®*Ws_Testament; tranwpixed lhe .pbisdhQiK'da^;itt;'-bin^seU^;i|i^# tfverii, Efttland may stillbe cxnected to iiecede Ahg- informs,'that that the French trooos who Gfmfr j*, . w -- - -- .-V ; el Memorandum hooJci., WritingrJPaper;^uiHs, Wa,i fees, pealing.- Wax; (^arrasied) Blafik,:bea%:Fifle-., cdsi^ffice Sea-s^ lirfc- Stands',' Sandls Boxes^ $and« ladisrc-lfcuhher, m . Bosfoii, October jt* &PM m ...... . . . . . w.vu», England may stilfbe expected to aecede Att? 38 ,infoims, the French troops Moi^ilv he suffers nof atone • ■*>^ discferted;theVN$eR*>. 'arrived at-Ca-• \Vrtt-ngfiookiiGyhWcnn^do Pdmers & b ^ c ^ napptjy he fittersipot atone. r » dWa vietys..do'-iwit,dp.w-forsahe'-t1i« drigjn4^4''''Siw :fi>r«9»b^kahtm,'^ad vm ela .wem''^repan> . t ^ ^ ., . ifjb e ostensible causes hekf forth’ For the avowed object of her orde^, in favor of souie lh§ fh e J^utish. it wa^ understood, ikying on and conunuing thc Embargo are not distinct anti unfriendly policy towards Uii's ^buld puffer them to go home; It was asfcer- * the^^Wimary springs, then mdeeu the douiitty dohntr y^^tim atlm elti^encet. , ; , . had entirely evacuated > ^ . . ; - . , ^ ^ •' ■•aw.r- ,.. / ; Madrtdtcarryihg pff vvnfi them almost every may with propriety hesitate to arraign the KgpA r AT|Oil FOR THE ATTACK, ON TttE thing y|lUable> which was poitai^e The im* fibimies^: »|r 4 ePjr^«,as. pt-atatesmatii'.hp^ ? ' - C B E ^ | A 1 ^ ! ! - ' . - ^ presaidfidttha tinte hesailed was, that there *«7 wu,ogmms uneot uosineas tocall, Kwas oj evertW ih^y decide upon h;sAort<(b^s a m^h* The filets stated I q .the follbvvihg letter scarcely^ Frenchman in arms m bpam *d«nt, afrhoua^rBfflall, is well cho e*», and »ll o d< Vt»«/*a^t«5n6. tu*. tmiih -of the r^hfeatedlV h* (says the United States’ Gaxett^jlmay be re- Several pf the AmhrU an Eaptam^, wlioa* Ves- “ « b« ^ e1?,»lCd Vit:H neathcsrai .vButadm«(mg .iUe. W th or rt,e KpcuKdl, a. lu„d' uponi ana w(; . ^ nM be seli wer« detained at Xlgeziraa, were at St- d.?!»«*, ^ ihsirmo.c humol; « r^m , ^ . vowed mtentions of the President as to tue pb» foihtrkdicted by our qdmihTsiration. : vdle, ind had assurances o f immediate orders . ^ ~ ~ __?? ^ ERfAKlsrCEfi* i>^f/ v tf nvf m^.uj.it t > u IKlit f 05 C» BtanX po E-. b°'ih4Wd rnlcd to a|i), pattern, with patent anting, backs, ‘ ^ x * j Old Bboks reboUiid -in the nei est lita'rinei', and* oumso^ble teniis , : . v v, , ;> .jf £ 4 #x >,;.... ,; The subscriber returns ins thanks‘fr'f the favbt* hg ha^Teqew^d.and.soljtcits vhose wh<> shoiild want —.-*. j .♦. ! ---- Cwfierstown, tic/obir 180b -w: w , _ vdfe; &n^ had assurances o f immediate orders . jeets ifl vie iv? it is hardly pW^ible to suppose ? v - ' Lonboit, AugTSGth, l^&S; 4; Ibr the , reledle of thfeir vessels. Capt. H* — .,r---,.. , . , ••-%at wW rtihk as. a su>te 4 tufiii-by. any-power \•'Dkxlii S*Bi ' 4 .. bcini^itdyp^ies ffomthe.Anhewcan J&nyoy : :. U A M wf 1 % f ^ ' ih Eiti’bod* olr db' aiu the ftittire approbation 'of ’ “ Finding that the neguciatlons between »t Madrid/ . T r \ ^ th H ;. V ■.....' f Bose afld your government has led to va- It was reported at^UsdiZj that the Italians VlkTG PATENT FILLs- Cither atfoi^nt or • ^bis fell^cibxpnn». stnt^ bis^ ti^ c ,^cts.£a?e misrepresentations, and that th« .Ameri- IM i w acquired ecbatant|Xl repotamfcndf* 'been stmnped with ail the^^inArks o f uUbec|my» can people are yet wholly upiiifpriiled of the AamiraJ Col|ing^ood ,st 0 commanded off * 1 ® these, , tT ,r . . ami thk in^t the 1 * mbarftot like a caD set oft terms-bf repardtiou which Grek Britairr was Cadiz ; bU 0 h(;duseq:nehce o f the peace ancr AGllB UBO^S,/' “ m ira . h o ‘ k i ^ s i ^ &» . pK!S3 the head of an fdeot, serves to render , him P, ePar^a^° -UHC1 iUr me.areacx on zoe unesa- ‘«p= success 61 the lPal.i’iot5j he Was preparingto TMtiwMp^.rti.Vr.-Jrb ^ i r H i o i n - t f e t S ^ p t&ModiteWaneai. , , r. . r •» *i ■/i . /rt. V : . - ^ A Cie following sketch of tnose ttrms, |}iaUyour Ge»r Dupont was in close confinement, be- kte Minister o f Englan.d (Cut) attempted-,to cpuniry inen may be enabled faijly to Judge o f ^amr, it was said he was epdejtvoiuinK toTm ' ’ * 'T*1* * * - -•— *1 ------ • --- — — — ' #U f AU I'klr^. HiCn • - -- - -—^ ----- -• ^ ^ a 5 • • i. ' ' ■ a ' . A ' ■ * < *7' • * ^ • »■ ' '•• ^ M.5V ____ w« . : - ™ r htT ! fld»ArwA» .... —«■ —».—i- *»-- *- a boippMuce vvitli Bis wishes.--1 lie t un^ was „ A fie# expressing hV Majcsty^s del, A latecompositi in of a y'tffy em>nantPhysiclan irt England whichjtiexo^nrpended by the ahmorfrom I ’ng expenenCO idhxljel ariy other’Medicine in *hc following Sompliltiti v ,i —Gout,' eitbjsr mispticed or retrocedent. Chrcfrfio . i-lnAi.-* . . - m . r«w».r».— - -7 ~«. .»,v,y,. etl to risei *nconsequence of which the citi- «««.«, *,* a feqippuauce yvith ms wi^iies.y-1 he tuin^was M A f t e # ; e x p t e s s i n g j i ^ d e t ^ rc- »n«iwgiera tpijk^fheirovvri ^rms hom?t cveiy FE C lO k A ^ l 02 vt E?? -Wtfrn^dfic^le^;ftb^idthxt%dipg. the exel^tm$ ’^gret Ibr, .<^v«t;^ac^a^Q^*^^a''.|tI»V^£0XQtxkliK<s4- tbe mags- \ Cofe) i c \ -of ibrfifiusb'Navy.' • llad-X-Iistt Smtestrtin ttv^ acknowiedgmwit ofthepriudple that Ships o f %indv,' Vv;/, , r. . . Thexbow are sold b> &W m & 'tidtosee Rfr Jefifefstm to-aceom-, f ' k s c o y jS U f O jfh S B O M . ® M la Bb5e« . 8emiK . ^ d . o a t e p ar t o f G , On.UcBthrfSept.flearSt.M .otaefe.c.pt —'-I- ■- 4 . A.’* ;•» !*■' - <• m . V.£ . ‘ *. • ' - ' » iSXVi ut '•pfi$ft:tl^|ar;cad^.,a^iast' XSnghmd, (situated Rntaih i : i. . j i .1... n.,/.n: ' 'i-I. — as. she is) he had certainly.^achni red the Eresi- den^s inteilec’ual powers,; entertains the idra bf coercing a proudi wealthy and ;poiveri ful iiation by so impotent an an ad k—-an'att>rck Ih fact on the sourceS/of- 01^, own prosperity and wealth. It* is a step, in short, which' prpggm, vooperstQ^n, who fix's also for^al^ d largoasSorunen^of i \ ■ - ■: .t- Haiamg ding was boArdcd fi<m 5 the British fugtte POINTERS d b t d M s , AND DYE WOODS ■'* ^ ^ i-'!'-b •* AND SftiPr* ^ ’ - •*, \ . -- x . . v - . nar was jDonrclcd u&tn the British fin*ate To-reimbrtne all thecspcmB o f repainng LulW,yc\, five i 4>s- & m m m , A . ' > 4 i A,ft i. -and udbrme4i'th^t-;thtf ‘BWTI'bH IOUE -> -■ - .r.,-- .. . ,5..r T d restoi*e; th^ men fahen from her PtlSS.bbblON O F LISBON on the $ 9 ih or ordcr the Ron Joseph wSue, Esquire, Tugrhnt pgnsip^ to toe t0 • - 30 th .Apgust, and the French Armv of U.OGO .M £ r 8 * 4 uJSi 5 * ^ tM S ° w,: b£- 9 0 « lj^ f Ie^ JL‘ thewives andfamtliesofthe killed.” m(.n «« « „ u and For die County of Otsego, U qucb i» tiereby giveb ■ • * ’ ^ - men ^ u ^ d e ied to the British, after a severe to all the creditor! o? James Pfcaw, Of thb t w a k ATanblertU the first of France entertains bis days j- that about iOOH of the YVorcester; in Said County, an insolvent debj:6r,jhat Napoleon the n'St o^ r ranice w h s jj , itish were lulled, ahd 2 or 3000 of the they shew cause, if any tKiUcwe, bdare Judge peo^e With.MihturySpefcteeleSjihe^pO^Pjtlie JFrenehf andagreat .number woundetfiaild Y^fihe, at his dwelling h^einCkeriy'Vhlley <*ti i M n r.htbC < ih n W i f t i m n r t e a F t»ow X in e\m»*r* * '« • ' ■ • -4 ^ ^ ^ ■ a .%. ^ it « .v ■ a**. t > . . ... -. * Gmpenrm& \ Ppto£e >23 _ . - - -------- ------- -------- ^..v, — u> vtv vuc ..iv-jr *u^vr v.auac, u any inevu-WMifi. DMarp tlUdxe while it den’rives tUbuaand&of our^tizefix of - r S P \ * ^renclh anda great number Wouude^faiid at his f i l i n g hokMn^etry^rxUey oil whifiit depi^es tuouaand&ot ourmuzens oi lrophl^ ^ dtr^ pas Qf ^ ar ,rhom a&the that tlie t?u 3 Sljn fleet had nmuilarerf >mrl ‘hethiiddaynfD^cemb^Tnejft^a^ nine oclock ih their coniforts, pi bclairns to the Wdrld S'jpjr first of Apnedca,. etitertdius his peop!| with to be sent to England The EurvdirVwas- ‘ h? %Ah9Pa °f dint da/; why jtn assSgnment of t)ie irmrfif TheCu^dicewas s^d insolventsestnCe^md^n. mm wuiiMHiii JHU.UMU) 1 1 Iy inv ..v». *v a Tirsi el .vinenta, euieriaiii 5 ois peopiq Wltn . , , ' ’ l\ 7 erty fef spirit etjuaWyf as imfieUomliig' as dis4 Guh?teuts,£kbm*gocs;;SaitMoHntain%!BiQbdy f Ene^id wirh^aMmimv tni tJhLti'lt Wa* r , .r ' ,-v , V ' Arenas Drv Dfmk^ Pfociamadcms. Chinese “^ ^ ' d ,^ * a€0nv°y ^, *3lsb°h»^was graceful tp g discerning^beraK and I h d e ^ . offthcre onef^ * ^ _ t ent natjon. It Would possibly be p t & f f i m Dogs, to!. DuahtJ, and H o im e d F r o g s .^ ^ *. ' - Cl *? • point otit the numerous -and .ctmd%rtT§vi!s ■jfatihRij&rS&i- , \ * j .u f, se*i,nS nfthe mail, it was repot t- il»t will r,„un tVom this unfortuna.o m.cr.,pt ' ' ' r . • - - : ' . f *•««•* «■»\>! «> Clu-1 Dutesme, .vho P l y i n g fcftig t t - p o w e ^ im e ^ l! - . volumes oh the subject. If it be hot Mr.Jcf\ fai,-jy jjg attributed to U*e distress^ brought fei-son’s'wish 10 annihilate the commerce of on by the embargo. W e have now to re •this country, he may live to sorrow for iiis im .......... , ,...„, ------------- - V f K . . ^ , s ■ X-, said imolvCnts estate.shoutd net be made , and^ he be dischargedpursUant^tnjphfi'aotv-miStnSh/Case, mxtlp aftd-pfovided. r Da/ed the UtAay, oLOdk-obert-tgflb. James Fcase.insoipnt^'JessirOalt, nnc of xhe pe» tiomng creditor*. ( ^ *S l October 22 ; '{liartcs fayfe'r c^; the ;c°W<l Ije Couniy of wt$ego, *md ?11 ■'* !r>..ni:i{lie,./bpri^l' issy {tiCitt \of ~«lC3?a 'hdttdrc|- .xjid'nfty ce.nts, convey by idortg^gh' unto, Joseph Bloirtfi^dj df thjb'..,-city, <jf 5 ooo, winch had ^ . « — - ’• i - - - ; %**•*>*+■’ ^vgv()ly # __ , mt_ . gone from Barcelona towards Hastatnej Were Burlington in, the slate o f New^ Jersey, Councillor cord a mbst melancholy chse, attended with ^ rfa, \'trntiv ~7<t ^Tlmt'on *c 411 tfiose iwof^a of landktuate!^ ifieco’iin fexcifethe feoderesr - W mW t,p^saija. . w e . truth is, on s t M o f XtsM iM ’ ‘ Monday morning there had,not anv French ~.-:I . . • •<*- •- • -ty-ofO'teegu.-wnd cireumBtances^lhat will- ^ Maweiea ^onday morning there had.got any FreBPh- , , t- sympkhf- r ^ . . •-• f i 1 toldicr retormfi to BaTcelim, that Duhes- o f • There are few who Will declare tbe Embar- Aman^jf respectability and family, who ha* ^ * 6 d;river had retnrned very badly woundedi wact lodged »n the (6fitk» Qffide o f * ' ^.' 3 bfig^td-?tmsnitii» thiS'City ut~ - ---- --------- i’- . . . „ *• iuc a uriver nau reiurnea verymadiy woundcdj ttacrlodged IfiNieiBKjrlnr ;.© 18 A - df -^lifc^Wty: bjt wo anmmartial measure* at>d still fewer whB beehdhligedto remain m thtfctty ever smce but wUh6llt ^ masterj anA they add to. this O t^o, fifiysix sdd fifryxeve^mifi cqw«m to»e%. • ’ • i- 1 ^ the month Of Deceihber last, where he arrived n~i&%v*tiA a„tii K»IU er itme 1 himdcfett knd ninety foift abres and thtee beficve it to be «w M * pol.cy majrty!®.! t e T & S p e n t W B tU o ttbney 'b* 3<=CT pa'foratej wtlt. tolh. rfaa k* . i t • « * » ' « » * * ----- ’ ^ e embattSssed, tod had ''' -' - •*MV • “ WhX year oBopr Dom I<f 805 >or f oecua^ k ; i ^ ’ r 1 • <?i fi’°in Havaniw;ha aVgtmient, but nbt of demopsiration. Should fcefiad^rtiedvbfe partiality br prejudice, continue to influcBCe , nn t»r»n^c nFrplif'f ... -.. - ... , / hcuau ttai'ucui/ocuamc ciuuaiiatiacu. aim nail TO QUO. IrA'Z'MQNS* . , partWiy or prejudice, continue to iftfiucBCe , n o h o n e s ' ofrdliefbut finiB the raiding of the n , , •<; e « »-r wt 4,wr I w^ toraeeMQSg t«« wro*** paruauty ui p V)J . ^ . , - , r S? * fi 1 ^ 2 ^ Our subscribers are respet tfullv uafoi med pxyiaent of three hundred p i fb.rty m ta dollar* tliemindaoCourcitixens ttatl induce them to Erabarg^wheB R:flectitig on tue distresses ■ kw* •«.«.#, d „ andsutiy three cents convey by niortga|e unto the «•■• •■“ • - of bis family appeared at times quite frantic, ‘ bat this papei would havebeeh isshed agree- aforesaid Joseph Btoomfieldtke skid two above de^ On Wednesday tastlm received a letter from ablv lo the first nrnnmala k r l nm »« m i . - . . i«f« — * 5 ^ SftUGtibn the measures of the ineBi.nQiv in.paw er,4hey tiiust submit to the ai'ismg from thtir own folly want pf becoming energy hand, if, seeing the sources of their .v ~X' , ... . . T tatice tor theirreliet i ’fiiss toan uttectu t v y Mt tvtth betommg ».goBl, a vtgout Iha, , aM aestitllie 6lher, wis abnosttoo maok-tfor lu\ sformerlv exhibited to the world, they will the subject of this, notice it' was ^ u its too renovUe the country, and-give a lesson bjr much~for, in a fit o f despair, he took a knife wliichfuture men at the helm of htale may M 1* 11!5 P°^et> mid drew it des^mtiry a- «„« be Induced to stem cleai of the rocks oi paA> «»«a^ miBttby-^slttte^bft ho fitem lsbS^-ofl^^c supports ’ _______________ tM fare,en att„d,raentS and lhe qmck San*. \ ’ /'as.wa shouldbe 5a5pectei o f s i»iD ? a V TO C O R ^ m m k k m ■ , ' \\ of domestic deception. ^ P.* r e p y , we^hall mention the Bame.&c. th e Writer^f the comtmrison b e t ^ n •#!*« sSth day of July iw the year t»f our jford 1802 . for f ■•■■ : of this unforiimatp mnn.. it Was captain Daiji n“ Ice ot the comparison between the ^ecwnng the paymeah of six hundred md_ sixteen , ' • ** ' , iel Hindi man, of.theseheK>ner‘Alice,pf Nor- Eclipse ofthe Sun and.Federalisth,''is solicit* dollars and fifty c&m convey by mortgage unto Jo. The $t Michaels at rived at Baltimore On folkj who^^arrived here in December last froth- ed for a personal interview. ' seph Btoonlfield' of the city of Burlington, m the. Suu,J« lakl, Iron, L Onem, r t K k Phta she Havkana, ^ . , s s j d to W d .. CroW, of ;tHiV , ^ ^ i S S l S b S f ^ S i S ^ S S l S I , • ~ a* ^ \J'vL ~ ' v i , * i ^ CouW-Hoitiie irt sald cotuiTvf Utsego on the la»t undertaking. The punctuality with which Saturday in April hqXc . at t^o o'clock in tho a.ftgf* this pa^if wifi^^ in^^ future be issiied Will) we ndon 4‘ ' • trust; meet ibe approbl^dh of our friends and 9 . JOSEPH BbuQMFiEIiD. By hia Attorney, ' v \ “ * ^ RlcHA'a* F Cooper. 'ctobirSS, 1808 ...... a. N...V « V,„v..., . — w>M a-VV. W leu the 2 . st of August, bringing dispatches city*--*A/e® 1 tcrk'Gateitt* both horn Mt Pinckney and Gen. Aimsuong, , The con ems will dfiubtless be made known ^ ^ Philadelphia., October 13 Congress, which rs soon to sie€t, with any fur- The thet comma ucatioas ivltich xlny be previously Aurora received’/ In the, mean .time tliei to bcl , _____ ..-„-e .-.-- _ piosseil by enlaT of the belliggrerit gowrn- pnrt* t - ... , _ tn.ents, <b the appeal triide by the President • . A ■ , v . 22: w ^ T T O 6 Tojfft,at his old stand * few rode to the justice and policy ot mcmdmg their it- ThX Gawerntmot Jamaica has justcomruu*- f the Old Court Mouse, where he keeps a ••■••'• • ‘ • .. .- ficated to toe by'a dispatch the following ^nkifani.hK^U; r,f oil v. jv .4 , ^ A- A EL p'ersofls that are still indehte^ to t h e \ l a t a \ o t i V h d « d ! M ^ « S . ^ .firm ,pf «». AND E. ’ WOBfTMiNGTDN;' (Hatters>areonee more caked on to settfettiBir ao* jh t t e ClhrksDISckof ^ --s.. - ^ • -* ’ s- HlrHt;:'BakirXi' ____ _ ... ____ _ ..— r attention to this last CftU. they «iay, without respect faeenm th^ pa.yineht of%pftrt it ih *t ho final decision had been exr Iviagaiw, whi^avnved last evening from tba . , lftsftidl Morrgages andtn purspan^ of the 1 8 . . . ^ ^ ^ fry A A L ^ ttjim e m a iichc^e made a ^ p i n v ^ R b « r i W0RTKSNGTON, at his old stand x feW roda rtJ W W ? . $ e a s t o f th e O l d C o u r t M o u s e , w h e r e , h e kreps a «j)i® 9uh*t.J^^M h said-cosk^t^O^sejgo , oh |h i TliCated tO tlie B'V' a .dianratf'h ttif WW»ihw . : r.- * 41 • • • - 1 __________ - east ot the Old Court Mouse, where he keeps a the Cohrtlluure H said o h # . . by <hc aci o t Congress.v'e. 4 Usp-ncI in w V le W naws, W!„Sh ,o u m il pablish m y o n r paper of * * ? * •; ^ ' •> .Ih m l* ft/. ... - .MVv....i.- 1 — ^Ji.-^. . .. . . in. part the tefMorrowi ^ HiS-B. spoke eff-Th# i s l ^ i ^ C j -CAgM paidior al kinds ofFlJiL ; •; , v ..•’ Cooper 4 tdiTm, 0 « .’ 22 B^ -■ By lus Ahotney/\. O c ^ b rr 2 2 ,1808, B ickarb F. Coerttx. (t , l~

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