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GEORGIA. A large part of the present sheet is given! IRISH EMIGRANTS, soon after their arrival in the up to the correspondence of gov. Troup with gen. United States, and being in "a land of liberty," Caines, &ir. The papers will speak for themselves, fight over the battle of the Boyne," sometimes with and are recoinmeni them to the attentive perusal of the loss of life to one or more of them, and the great our readers. It is worth remark, however, that the annoyance of the public peace. Such affairs espeinternyr, using the expression of "yo!r gort rument" cially take place in New York and Philadelphia, and in gen. Guinea, leaves some sort of doubt as to the go- the poor misguided people are very much surprised, lernen under which he himself lives!

when arrested and punished for their seemingly hasColor well, the Indian agent, was restored to his ing thought that there was no law in America. But cfire by majer Andrews, before he left Milledgeville we care nothing about "the glorious memory of the --ihe charges agairist him not appearing sustained. cold-hearted and bloody Dutchman, whom the “rebel

English imported for a kipg. Tue TRIXCH! PLETT, lotely at Port au Prince and Flirana, is now at Norfolk. It consists of the Eylau, EQUAL JUSTICE. We have a thousand times felt of guns, admiral Jürien, the Jean Bart, admiral rexed with the mawkish sensibility of many of the Grivel, of 74, the l'enus and Clorinde of 60, the The American people, because of the execution of maj. rin, Vagicienne, Nymph and Medee of 41, the cor- 1 Indre, for being engaged in one of the meanest acts relle Salamandre, and brins Curieux and Antelope that an officer can be guilty of-that of traitor-making; in a'l 11 sail: the largest fleet of vessels of war that and at the patience with which we have listened to ter been within our waters for 30 years, except that the abuse heaped upon com. Paul Jones, as a "paunder Admiral Cochrane in the late war. They will rate," because certain of his men, who landed on the remain some time in the Chesapeake to avoid a pass. Scottish coast, for the purpose of capturing the earl ing of the hurricane months in the West Indies. They of Selkirk, carried off some of that person's plate. sajuter and were saluted from fortress Monroe. It is thus because British writers have extolled the Many of the citizens of Norfolk have visited them, merits of the first, and denounced the last-keeping and been treated with the politeness that distin- out of view the dirty and dishonorable, as well as usgrishes the French nation.

lawful, business in which the one was engaged, and

the fact that Jones restored, to its original owner, the Tric vuls. Two robbers of the mail, one in Vir plate which his people had carried away-as well as ginia acd one in North Carolina, have been lately de- that the ladies at Selkirk's house were treated, eren teeted. The first was employed in a post oflice, and by the “pirates," with all possible attention and reThe last in carrying the mail. They robbed pretty spect. extensively--and the last appears to have added to But, if we regard Andre as in the more honorable that occupation a trade in counterfeit notes. They character of only a spy, instead of an agent to produce are both coinmitted for trial.

or sanction perjury, shall the American people be A mail is established between St. Augustine and "dissolved with tears,” for his fate, and forget a betPensacola; and we may scon expect to have one ter, more amiable and more gallant man of their own fioin Missouri to Mexico!

army. who was hung as a spy by the British, being

cruelly denied the use of a bible or the means of A NIY. The amiable and interesting daughter of writing a farewell to his friends? I mean capt. Hale. capt. Jones, of the U. S. navy, took the reil at the l'isi- And yet Andre had every tenderness shewn to him tation, in Georgeiown, Col. on the 15th inst, bidding that the nature of his case would admit of. Hale was "adien to all the substantial pleasures of life for the really a spy--he told no falsehoods about it; bis obcross and the cloister."

ject was to gather information of great importance

io his country: but Andre, in addition to his characTHE DCKE OF SITE WEIMAR, lately arrived at Bos- ter of a spy, superadded that of a person assisting ton, has started on his travels through the United another in the performance of an act which he himStates. We wish him a pleasant and profitable self would have condemned as of the most rascally journey, is he is as much of a gentleman as he is of a description--that of perjury and treason; to which duke-teros which are by no means synonymous; he made himself a party, by the agency that he had but he is well spoken of as being a “very clever sort in it--else the old saying, that “the receiver is as bad of a man." There is, however, a great deal too much as the thief,” is not true. pulling abont him, and, in i..e city of Boston, his move. And as to Paul Jones, and his piracy. His people ments were reported with the greatest accuracy, abused no one of Selkirk's household--they neither and he was be-grece-ed with as much zeal as though broke the windows or set fire to the buildings--they one of the soldiers of the "reigning «uke," his father, did not even rob the hen-roosts or shoot the hogs out were present to enforce respect by the application of of sport, and to shew what good marksmen they were! a rattan. He is nothing to us, becurse that he was born they simply carried off the plate, not molesting any o duhe, any more than if he had been born a cobbler! one further than in that solitary act: but Jones reAs he behaves, let him be treated—but let us not give stored the plate, every piece of it, at his own cost, him cause to laugh at us, because of our secret re- to lord Sekirk, and its receipt was properly acknoirspect to titles, wrich we pretend to despise. It would ledged. Now, it is just as notorious, that meny indibe almost an olence, except in some old "revolu- viduals whose houses were located on the shores of tioner," who could not forget lis fermer habits, to the Chesapeake during the late war, were robbed of cali Lafayelle arcpuis, even though he had that title their spoons by persons under the command of adwhen he so eficiently served our country, but he is mirai Cockburn, and some of them when he himself not beloved by us for his title; so let his royal was on shore and had his men under his own immehighness" and "his grace" pass quietly along-le- diate orders--that they abused the females, robbed spected if he deserves it, reproved and rejected, if the hen-roosts, shot the pigs, broke the windows, he merits them.

tables, &c. and often concluded the business by setting The father of this gentleman has dominion over a fire to the houses and barnsmand yet ochoerer heard torritory?1 miles long and 20 broad, containing about that admiral Cockburn has relurned any of the spoons 112,000 inhabitants. His br the beir of the which his orficers and men carried away? There is dukedom, is married to a sister of “the deliverer," reason to believe that the admiral himself was preAlexander; and he himself is an oficer in the army sent, on more than one occasion, to witness the coretage o the king of the Netherlands--and be is said to be with which his people attacked and stermed cornet brave and inteiligent.

cup-boards of the steadiness with which they broke

the "tra-things," and of the dexterity with which they! From the 10th day of April to the 1st day of Auclipped silver spoons into their pockets-- though opposeil gust, this year, two thousand sie hundred and eighin-sezen, by the tears and entreaties of the poor old women, bouls departed from this city. During the whole nr who rashly ventured thcir persons in defence of their the last year, up to the 7th day of December, twentija property.

seven hundred boats departed from this city. li the fate of Anulre is to be regretied by the American people, what should they do about llale?! Tobacco. Speaking of the prodation of tobacoa Jenes was a “pirate"--what dictionary can furnish and with reference to the apprehensions onre enter: 11s with a proper name to give Cuckburn? Let justice tained that the cultivation of it in Virginia would be be done.

much interfered with by the product of the western THE PROUGHT. Last week it was apprehended that states, which, according to an article in the RichJones' Falls would not continue to supply water mond Euquirer, have not been realized and need not enough for the use of the city of Baltimore-though be scared-the editor gives one of his accustomer the dam is so tight that the bed of the stream below it hits at “those who would convert us into a nation of was nearly bare. And the river Schuylkill was so spinners and wearers." Surely, free spinners and wealow, that the whole stream was not more than suflici- vers are quite as useful and respectable as slaves ement to drive six wheels at Fair Mount water works, ployed in the cultivation of tobacro! A cultura the running of two of which is required for the pre- which, as Mr. Jefferson says, “is productive of infisent supply of Philadelphia---and yet but a small part nite wretrhedness. Those employed in it are in a of the "Liberties," which contain the greater part of continual state of eterlion beyond the peper of nalure in the population, is furnished from the reservoir. It support. Little food of any kind is raised by them; is well observed, that these facts may furnish a gange, so that the men and aniinals on their farms aro as to all matters connected with the sale or use of badly fed, and the earth is rapidly impoverished. surplus water for manufactories, &c.

The cultivation of wheat is the reverse in every cir

cumstance.” Notes on Virginia, query XY. INDIANA. It may be mentioned, I believe, as a thing Bilt the fact is, that the cultivation of tobacco has, rithout precedent among us, that Mr. James B. Ray, comparatively, declined in Maryland and Virginia, of this state, has publicly offered himself as a candi- and at a very great rate, indced, when ihe producdate for the gubernatorial chair, and, in a public ad- tion is considered with respect to the increase! dress, solicited the suffrages of the people--a pro- means and laber that might be applied to it, and as ceeding which, we think, cannot be approved or, they would be, if there was a profitable demand for whatever may be the merits of the individual in the article, notwithstanding the truth of what Mr. other respects. He is, at present, the acting go- Jefferson says of the "wretchedness” that attends the vernor, s been president of the senate. making of it. In 1758, when the population of Mary

land and Virginia did not exceed 200,000 or 220,000 Bostov. The Sarings Bank-This institution has souls, there was exported from those colonies 70,000 been in operation eight and a half years. The gross hhds. In 1791 and 1732, when their population was aggregates of deposites amount to $1,325,657—and about 1,050,000, there were exported from the Unit. of payments of principal and interesi to $741,718. cd States, (and nearly every hogshead from these The balance remains to the credit of 5,000 different states),; no less tban 213,700 Khus. and the average of persons-of these not more than 247 exceed an indi- 10 years, from 1791 to 1900, inclusive, was about vidual amount of 500 dollars. The money is care- 77,000 hbds.-but, in the last two years, we exported fully handled and invested, and a dividend of profits only 176,992 bhds. and the average of the io last is made semi-annually.

years was no more than 77,700 hhd3. including tho Duties payable at the custom-house--abstracted from products of Kentucky, Tennessee and some small a statement published in the "Patriot:”

quantities raised in North Carolina, &c. &c. and the Duties paid secured in 1820, $3,399,250 population of Maryland and Virginia was 1,500,000.

1921, 4,166,867 The home consumption may have increased some 1922,

4,514,517 but the amount of it is not very large; it seems, how1823,

3,847,640 ever, that the foreign demand cannot be increased, or

1324, 4,193,112 else that it is supplied on better terms from other sis months of 1825, 2,180,233

countries. The exact accounts kept of the product

of Maryland tobacco, nearly all of which is export"MAXYUNK” We see this name, for the first time, ed, proves this —for an increased product, beyond in a Philadelphia paper of the 12th inst. It is that of the general average amount of 25,000 hhds. is almost a town containing 2,000 inhabitants, and in which always attended with a reduction of price: 30,000 more than fifty houses are now building, within ten will sell for less than 25,000, the last being about the miles of Philadelphia, at which there was only a toll amount of a fair supply, and we all know that a small house five years ago. This village is located on the superabundance acts on the value of the whole quanbanks of the Schuylkill.

tity of every article. The cultivation of this sort of

tobacco is rapidly extending in Ohio---it seems proThe Hudson. The people of Albany, Troy, &c. bable that it will supply from one to two thousand are seriously engaged in devising means for remov- hogsheads for esport in the present year--perhaps a ing the obstructions of the navigation of the Hudson, great deal more; and a good deal of it is made in at the Overslaugh, a short distance below . Albany. Pennsylvania, Virginia, &c. The increase of business renders this an object of If we take the whole product for export, furnisiei great importance, indeed; and it is to be hoped that by Kentucky, Tennessee, &c. at 25,000 hhds. which, some plan will be adopted by which the work may be by a reference to Wilie's New Orleans prices current, permanently accomplished.

may be assumed as the quantity annually brought ELPThe importance of the navigation of this river down the Mississippi, it will appear that the amount may be partially estimated by the following made in Maryland and Virginia may be equal to ono

The Albany Daily Advertiser, in speaking of the wird less than it was in 1758. These are curious facts prosperity of shat city, esti the arerage daily on which every one will make his own comments. arrivals and departures of strangers in their len steam boats and some hity stages, besides canal Vessels OF WAR. A Mr. Burnett, who writes in boats, &c. &c. at from 5 to 700. i also gives the fol- the "Cape Fear Recorder," and says that he servei oving news from the canal:

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FOREIGN NEWS. Great Britain and Ireland. Mr. King, our minister to England, arrived at Liverpool on the 29th June.

The following, among other bills, have received the assent of the king of England: The bill to reduce the duty on newspapers; the ware-housing cora bill; the Atlantic steam-navigation bill; the Canada corn-trade bill; the Canada tenures bill, and the bill regulating the hours of labor in cotton-mills.

(We are not acquainted with the general principles of these bills--but tbey are, probably, interesting to us.]

On the second reading of the quarantine bill in the house of lords, lord King contended "that the plague could not be contagious, since it was well known that when it ceased it ceased suddenly, at its greatest height, and when, if it were contagious, it must necessarily spread itself more widely, instead of disappearing. There was, he said, full as much evidence to prove the existence of witchcraft,as there was to provc that the plague was contagious.”

Mr. Hume had introduced his motion, respecting the established church of Ireland, and concluded his speech with two resolutions, the substance of which was-Ist, that the church property was public property, and disposable by the legislature for the good of religion and of the community at large; 2nd, that the house would, in the course of next session, inquire whether the establishment of the church of Ireland was not out of proportion to the services performed.

The duke and dutchess of Northumberland had returned to England.

Thc rector of Lincoin college bad returned thanks to the duke of York and bishop of Osnaburgh, for his celebrated “So help me God” speech, by sending him a fine live turtle, inscribed to "his royal highness, the duke of York, the magnanimous champion of church and king, from the rector of Lincoln college, Oxford.”

Lord Cochrane, in a Brazilian frigate, has arriv. ed at Portsmouth, England. He was saluted by the forts; and, when he landed, checred by the people.

So great is the apprehension at Lloyd's, relative to Mr. Burnett says-“The North Carolina hcares a the visits of Colombian privateers on the coast of hearier broad-side than any other ship in the world, Spain and Portugal, that the premium, on Spanish without her gangway guns, by 304 lbs. This, sir, is a property, has risen 20 per cent. fact; thc largest ship in the world was the Spanish A chef-d'auvre, painted by Rafaelle, the subject, admiral's ship St. Astaella Trinidad, which was sunk, the tribute money," was picked up the other day, of Trafalgar, by the British fleet: she did not heave at a broker's shop, for a few shillings. The present a heavier broadside than the North Carolina-I was proprietor has the modesty to ask for it (1,000. on board of her the evening previous to her sinking, Probert, the son of an alderman at Norwich, who after the battle."

was more or less intimately connected with the

Thurtell gang, has been executed for horse-stealing. THE Swiss, to the disgrace of human nature, have Great efforts were made to procure a pardon, a conJately hired a considerable body of men to serve the mutation of punishment, or even a respite. There king of Naples as fighting tools; a disciplined gang of were thirty-four prisoners brought, at once, into the organized murderers when he says "kill,” and at all condemned cell! times the executioners of his pleasure-without motive France. The official part of the Moniteur, of the in themsclves, except the meanest of all motives, that 17th, contains the laws fixing the budget for 1826: of being paid for killing and persecuting their fellow "The expenses of the consolidated debt, and the men. Why may not the common hangmen as well be mortissement, (sinking fund), for 18%, are fixed at respected, as the Swiss who thus sell their services 241,585,785 francs, or 9,663,0001. sterling. for money?

The general expenses are fixed at 672,918,714

francs, or 26,920,000L sterling. INTERNAL SLAVE TRADE. John Woolfolk, of New “The revenue, for 1826, is estimated at 024,095,704 Orleans, advertises ninety-eight negrocs for sale, just francs, beidg nearly thirty-seven milions in Englisb receired from Baltimore by the brig Lady Monto. I moncy,



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Netherlands. It is stated to be a fact, (says the other ships of the enemy which were in full sail. The New York Gazette), that the Dutch fag, displayed vessels burned in the port of Modon, consisted of from the ressel which brought out the Dutch minis- two frigates, three corvelles, fire brigs of war and the ter, is the first national Dutch flag which has been rest transports. We are informed that one of the exhibited in this state, since it was struck, upwards frigates was a cut down 54 gun vessel of the pacha of of 150 years ago, when the colony of New Amster- Egypt, and that the other was a 36 gun frigale; 2 of dam was ceded to Great Britain.

the corvettes carried 26 guns each. The Divine ProSpain. Since it has been permitted to the inhabi- vidence aided us still further, and brought about the tanis of Cadiz to believe that Peru is emancipated, entire destruction of the enemy. The fire produced some of the principal merchants of that city are by this conflagration communicated itself to the forabout to remove and settle elsewhere-calculating tress; and the town of Modon, for tive hours, appear. that Cuba, Porto Rico, the Philippines and the Cana- ed in a volume of fames, and then we heard one of ries, will soon be lost to the dominion and com- the most terrible explosions which ever tcok place. merce of Spain; all which, indeed, is very probable. This leads us to imagine that the powder magazines

A letter from Madrid, in the Journal de Gand, con- took fire, and, in that case, everyone, and every thing firms the report of large constitutional bands being there, must have perished. on the extreme frontiers of Portugal, and of the sum (The gallant admiral does not state a fact that is mary vengeance they take on the priests who oppose given in other papers, which, if true, shows that he is them.

as modest as he is brave. It is said that he personally Gen. Canterac had arrived at Bordeaux, and ad- fired one of the frigates of the barbarians, which dressed a letter to one of the public journals, denying blew up, with all her crew, consisting of 400 men!) the letter, said to have been written by him to Boli The family of the sultan is nearly extinct, the var, and averring that hc had no other communication young princess died on the 19th, and there remained with him than a mere letter of etiquette.

but two infants. The small pox is making ravages The population of Madrid was much disturbed in the seraglio. All public places are closed. there is great talk of plots to over-turn the govern Persia-Letters from Ispahan state, that the king of ment. The troops are without pay, and nearly in Persia has abdicated the throne in favor of his eldest a state of starvation for the want of wholesome food. son, Abbas Mirza, and that he proposed to visit the

Italy. The king of the two Sicilies has, for the first ruins of Shiraz, ani to employ his leisure moments in time, sent a minister or consul to the United States of rebuilding that city, and restoring it to its former North America. This may be a preparatory step to splendor. the recognition of the independence of the new re Egypt. A letter from Alexandria, dated March publics of the south.

| 29th, says—"On account of the great demand for inSweden. The comparative statement of marriages digo, the viceroy has ordered the cultivation of that and divorces is very remarkable. The former amount- plant in the eastern provinces. He has resolved on ed, within the last year, to 1459, and the divorces to the construction of a new canal, which is to pass 890, whilst, in the town of Christinebaum, there were through Cairo; it will cost 20,000,000 of Talari, and twice as many divorces as marriages.

require four years to complete il; 3,000 houses must Germany. A Vienna paper, of the 28th ult. an- be pulled down in Cairo. The owners are to be innounces the destruction of more than forty villages demnified in land, which they must plant with indigo. and market towns in the country of Nuetra, within a The work is begun.” single month. The greater part of these confagra Letters from Alexandria, of March 28, state that a tions are supposed to have been caused by incendia- British envoy was expected in that city, to concert ries. No motive is assigned, but some of the perpe- with the viceroy the means of establishing a regular trators are said to have been arrested.

communication between the Red Sea and the Medi. Poland. From a report on the state of the king. terranean. dom of Poland, made to the diet by the minister East Indies. A rise of the Ganges has swept away of the interior, inserted in the French papers, it several hundred houses and drowned some thousands appears that, in the four years that have elapsed of people at Scrampore--nearly carrying off the since 1821, about 155,639 law suits have been termi- Baptist mission house and destroying all the presses, nated in the civil tribunals of that kingdom. In the types, &c. The college, having been built on higher courts of criminal justice, 120,022 sentences have ground, was sase. been passed in the same time, of which only 23 re Africa. The French squadron on the coast of Africa ceived the royal clemency, and 12 obtained a com- have captured the following French vessels, for inmutation of punishment. The next statement shows fringing the law prohibiting the slave trade:--Le Tethe bribery and corruption which public officers legraphe, La Caprieeuso, L'Antonia, Le Glaneur, practice on the continent-284 functionaries accused L'Assurance, La Marie-Magdeleine, L'Eugene, and of abuse of power, had been condemned in the same L'Alcide. The two first have been condemned at space of time. If this number met with their deserts, Cavenne, and the others are to be proceeded against. how many more escaped in such a country as that? Van Diemen's land is rapidly increasing in civilizaThe population of Poland is about three millions. tion. A plan for supplying the town with water, by

Greece. The news from this interesting country is iron pipes, a bank, distillery and brewery, all give exceedingly agreeable: the patriots have recently proof of ihc rapid progress in the conforts and gained many advantages over the barbarians. The conveniences of Europe. Wool and flax will, in time, Russian and Austrian Nag is pretty freely prostituted both be numbered in the native products. To these to the service of the Turks, in the transport of troops will also be added sugar, in the culture of which a and provisions, &c.

successful esperiment has been made. A subscripThe following is an official bulletin of the Greek tion has been entered into for importing from Enadmiral Miaulis:

gland, the birds reserved in that country for the pri"First division of the Greek feet, May 13, 1925. vileged orders, under the title of game. Thus, phca“Yesterday evening, with a favorable wind, we en- sants, partridges, snipes and woodcocks, are to be tered past Sapienza into the gulf of Modon, where 20 conveyed a distance of twelve thousand miles, for the of the enemy's vessels were anchored under the can. amusement of the colonists of Van Dieman's land! nons of the fortress. On this squadron our intrepid Colombia. It is rumored that an expedition is fitting firemen threw themselves, with six fire ships, and out to assist the Mexicans in espelling the Spaniards with little difficulty they succeeded in setting them on from the castle of St. Juan de Ulloa, at Vera Cruz, fire, whilst we, with the rest of our ressels, pursued) $1,800,009 hare lately arrived at Carthagena from

England. The G4 gun ship that recently reached New The French, it appears, are desirous of withdraw. Tork to be repaired, is io be broken up, being con- ing their troops from Spain---their service is ungratedemned as uuseaworthy.

fully requited ny the people they enslave. The AusThe privateer gen. Santander, now off tiie Spanish trian troops, kept in Naples, are to be reduced to coast, has captured, during her present cruise, one 12,000 men. vessel valued at from $0 to 100,000 dollars, one of 50 The officers' share of "the Deccan prize money" is men and 10 heavy guns, worth 50,000, one worth from estimated at two millions sterling. The East has not 15 to 20,000, one worth 30.000--one with a guns and yet given up all its wealth to its "invaders." 10 men, worth 20 or 30,000, and manned the whole of It is stated that Spain is making a great effort to them. She has also captured and destroyed between send 3,000 troops to Cuba. 10 and 50 sail of small Spanish vessels.

Buenos Ayres. It appears very possible, from the proceedings of the Brazilians in the Banda Orien

Naval Court Martial. tal, that a rupture will take place between Buenos Ayres and Brazil. The former is strengthening its Copy of that portion of the proceedings of the court mors inilitary establishment, at present, on the ground of tial, in the case of captain DAVID PORTER, which conmaintaining its neutrality.

tains the finding and sentence of the court. Peru. The oflicial account of the defeat and death Tuesday, August 9th. The court met, pursuant to of general Olenata is received. He died of a wound the adjournment of yesterday, present all the memreceived in the figlit. Bolivar had gone to Cusco, to bers of the court, and the judge advocate. The room assist in regulating the affairs of "that republic."| being cleared, the residue of the proceedings was Callao was closely invested, and provisions were be- read. ginning to fail. An intricun vessci had been caught The defence not having been transmitted, the court aitempting to enter with supplies.

came to the following resolution: Medico. We have the official account of the sur Resolreil, by the court, That this court has felt, and rendor of the Spanish line of battle ship Asia, of 6.1 exhibited a disposition, during the progress of this guns, and of the brig Constante. They were given trial, to allow every indulgence to the accused which up to the Alexican government in Monterrey, on the the most cautious regard to his feelings and wishes, ist of May, by capitulation. The officers, &c. who could dictate: That, with this disposition, delays and are wametogwear to the independence'of Mexico, a course of practice have been submitted to, in which will remain--and those who do not, it is stipulated, the court has reluctantly acquiesced: That argushall be furnished with necessary aid to return to ments, instead of being prepared, when offered to Spain, or some other of the Spanish possessions. Ar- the court, in such a state as to be annexed to the rerears of wages due are to be paid by the Mexican cord, have, after an ample allowance of time, been Eovernment.

delivered orally, and an equal length of time afterThe puty of Mr. Wurd, the British minister to Mex- wards consumed in committing the same to writing: ico, is greatly extolled in the papers of that capital. That, in regard to the defence, after having waited On the 13th of june, the Virgin de los Remedios was for an unusual period of time, it was, in fact, deliconducted, in procession, to the church de la Vera vered to the court orally, and, as a written document, Cruz, As it passed the residence of Mr. Ward, his it bas pol been presented to the court this third day carriage was found decorated and prepared for the after its public delivery: The court feels constrained occasion, in wnieh the Virçit was then conducted to to notice this conduct, which it cannot pass over the church, where a novenary was celebrated. without an expression of its disapprobation, and has

The reception of Mr. Poinsett, at Jalapa, capital of determined that, unless the paper is ready by the Vera Cruz, on his way to liesico, is said to have cost meeting of the court to-morrow, the court will proone thousand dollars.

ceed to judgment without it. And it is requested of Letters from Mexico, to March 20, quoted by the the judge advocate, that a copy of this foregoing reLondon Courier, state that, during the preceding solution be transmitted to the accused this afternoon. twelve months, there had been coined in the mint of At 3 o'clock, the court adjourned till 10 o'clock toMexico, aoout $7,000,000, and that in the other pro- morrow morning. vires, from wnich no return had been made, the

Viednesday, August 10th. The court met, pursuant coinage was considerable. It is added, that this fact, to the adjournment of yesterday; present all the combined with other causes, had already bad a con- members of the court, and the judge advocate. The siderable effect in restoring the equilibrium of the minutes of the proceedings of yesterday were read. exrlange.

The judge advocate stated that, in compliance with Canuda. An organized band of robbers, supposed the wishes of the court, he had left a letter directed to be about fifty in number, are said to rendezvous in to captain Porter, containing a copy of the foregoing the neighborhood of Montreal, Great alarm prevail. resolution, with the counsel of the accused yestered on account of their depredations.

dav, on luis return from the court. Lalısı foreign neus.

The defence not having been transmitted, the From London papers of the Jih July, received at court proceeded to deliberale upon the charges, New York.

specifications, the evidence that had been submitted, Cotton had not experienced any further decline. and what had been alleged in behalf of the accused, on the 27th June, 0,000 bales were sold at Liverpool and, during the deliberation, the defence upon the -2,500 of which to the trade.

first charge was communicated to the court, annesGreat quantities of British coin are melted at Paris ed and marked (P). After having carefully and ma--to be sent to some other place. l'articulars not turely weighed and deliberated upon the matter, the stated.

couri is of opinion that the specification of the first The late accounts of the splendid victories of the charge is fully proved, and does adjudge the accused Greeks seem to be amply confirmed; and yet there GUILTY of the first chargc. are ruinors or some reverscs.

The court is also of opinion that the first speris. There las been a dreadful gale of wind in the Weat cation, of the second charge, is prored in part: That Indies

li commenced on the 26th it and appears it is fully proved, so far as regards the letter to the have been most severely felt at Bassaterre, Gua- president, of the seventeenth day of April, 1895, ani Kyloupe, the place being nearly demolished; all the the letters to the secretary of the bavy, of the 33 toteeninent lluildings were thrown down, and two day of January, the 13th day of April, and the 1.111a 1.docd persones aso said to hard lost their lives. Iday of June, 1925 --cach of which the court com.

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