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iiluri or wounded'P.nder liim two-thirds of'
lhe officers, and, porliaps of the soldiers,
uhd their clothes pierced with halls, find
Mint a tenth part of the army wor'o wound
ed. Tliirjy housand Russians nnd ten
thousand Poles were left on the field of bat
tre rank upon rank layproslrato upon the
eattlt and the forest of elders was so strewed
with bodies that it received, from that day
he name bY trie 'Tforcst of the dead.' The
Czar heard with dismay, and all Europe
with astonishment, that the crosser of the
Balkan had been foiled under the Walls of
XTlvmv companion snid.'th'e cannon
tidinc was terrible. Crowds of citizens of
tooth sexes and all ages, wero assembled on
the spot w'iere we stood earnestly watching
me progress of the battle, sharing in all its
vicissitudes, in tho highest state of excite
ment, as the clearing up of the smoko show
ed. when. the Russians or Poles had lied;
described the entry of the remnant of th
Polish armv into Warsaw as sublime an
iernbic;heirkairand feces werclegrimmcd
wnh powder' and blood; their armor shat
tered and broken: and all even dying men
. Were singing patriotic songs; and when the
luuuu regimuni, among wuoui was a uiom
or of my companion, and who had riarticu
larly distinguished themselves in the battle
crossed the bridge and filed slowly through
Hho streets, their lances shivered against tho
'cuirasses of the guards, their helmets bro
"ken their faces black and spotted with blooi
some erect, some tottering, and some barely
'able to sustain themselves, in the saddl
"ibove the din and chorus of patriotic
soncs rose the cries of mothers, wives
daughters and lovers, seeking amonjr the
broken band for forms dearer thaii life ma.
riy of whom were sleeping On the battle
My companion told me that ho was then
a lad of seventeen, and had bernicd with
' tears to be allowed lo accompany his broth'
er; but his widowed mother extorted fom
him a promise that he would not attempt
it. All day he stood with ins mother on
the very spot where we did. his hands i
'Tiers, whi ch she grasped convulsively, as
'every peal of the cannon seemed tho knell
of her ion: and when the lancers passed
she sprang from his side, as she recognized
in the drooping hgure of an officer, With his
spear broken, the figure of the gallant boy.
He was then reeling'itt his saddle, eye was
glazed and vacant, and h'e died that night
,. Diseases in London. A century ago, it
:.l r.r.t. r .1.- i i ... r.
Daw, unc nun pi me innauuanis oi jutm
don died irom consumption annually; that
proportion has not at all diminished. In
17i0i more' that one fonrth of the children
that Uiduat' a' lender age, died from convtil
tho total deaths Der annum. hs. in
duced to one-twentv-flrst. or nnpih.v.,.J
eighth. But inflammation which were hot
FT'.-y ""o nave.ureadfully increased
wee oi the addiction to ardent
Z 17: . mu.camef. 011 -tenthof those
.Ti'i, f"UBmait pox, which at one
period killed One-tenth of tho children, life
tV V J .1 , more than onc-twenty-fiftli
Before the admirable discovery of Drf Jen
Jiur, anu me lntrodnp.tinn r.f ,.n.i-.t
.i...t. r -i . ' ""uauon, the
J' Vr Kt "Ul Slnce me establ sh
taent of a National Vaccine Hospital, by a
vote of the House of Commo'iii i ifin
anu the exertions of thai great niam theJ
t hnm- n fro privately vaccinated
at home. Previously to the introduction
... uiuuo, uesiucs the dreadful
. "ry. it is now generally
introduced all over Europe, Asia? If "J
and Ampnca. Violent deaths have of
iMfin. monT-V"?""1, appears
I IX. v . louatinere were S3G sn-
m ivAn i '". , ""onuon-.rron, 1720
hnn hnon m.a.J ii . ' "m. It
" " """"u iai mere are three mpn
bone woman who commit .ulcMc, and
that the creater'niimhr ' ,.. "nu
(Y.Z.V e ""ember, notwitli
-..m...6 wjiimuB i0 me contrary.
.rTeiiml1'i'il9ta"Jmcnt of numb,
of deaths that becurred i,t Charleston fro
the commencemerit to the -termination
i.-7. "''"""'"'"""" ie stranger's or ycli
ow fever has been mdrt extensively fafal
than we had bee., led to suppose T
dea b; 4 S Za'T. e IH-nber of
tha-tHer were S84 VJafh Kfhe ffi
ui aouui i aeaiiia for eac,
1j 1 n i r 1 ",0
monthii o- a ,-;n ' I"' "I ",e "ree
Breatest morlalduTn? n; 0n- JJ'
was in that eliding the iffs.n? , "k
when there were 92 deatha of f??bSrI
UNION CANAL MEETING.
At a largo and respectable meeting of the
citizuns of Columbia county, convened at
the house of William Henrie, in Danville,
on the t!7th day of November, 1838, in
pursuance of public notice-, JOIIN
RHODES, of Danville, chosen President,
and Joshua W. Cosily was chosen S'y.
On motion J. G. Montgomery, Esq. Da
vid Stewart, John C. Grier, Wm. W. Cook,
William Henrie, Arthur Frick Yihd Isaiah
Thornton, were appointed a committee lo
draft and report resolutions expressive of
the sense of this meeting.
The committee, by their chairman John
G. Montgomery, Esq. reported the follow
ing preamble and resolutions, which were
iPhertas, The communicatibn with
Philadelphia by canals from tho w'estern
part of the state and tho Susquehanna re
gion is much more expensive inconvenient
and tedious than it otherwise would be, i
ihe Union Canal was the same size of the
Pennsylvania and Schuylkill canals. And
Whereas, it is almost if not entirely unpre
cedented to have on a Ions' lino of canal a
small part in the centre so contracted as not
to be able to pass tho boats used on the
main part of the canal. And whereas, at a
large and respectable mcctin? of the citizens
of this state, held at Pino Grove, on the
IGtli September, 1838, a slate Convention
was recommended to be held at Harrisburtr,
on the first Tuesday of December next, to
take measures for the enlargement of the
Union Canal.' And whereas it is under
stood that the Union Canal Company are
without funds for meeting the expenso oi
said contemplated improvement; Therefore
jccsolvea, I hat we consider the enlarge
ment of said Union Canal, as aforesaid, ab
solutely necessary to carry on tho trade
the state advantageouly, and to prevent the
trade from being diverted from Philadelphia
to other cities.
JResolvcil, That Ave approve of a State
Convention, as aforesaid, and that the Pres'
ident appoint fivo delegates to said Convcn
tion, with power's to substitute others if un'
aVle to attend
Resolved, ThaYwia approve of an appro
priation by the Legislature of a sum sufii
cieiit to make tho 'aforesaid enlargement
ot the union Oanal, anu that.lolid (i. 1M01U
gomcry William F. Reynolds, Joshua W
Comly, John 0. Grier, David Stuart
Thomas. Woodside, Lyman Slides, John
Moore, and l'eter lialdy; be a committee
to draft and circulate for signatures, petitions
lo that eilect.
The President appointed J. C. Lcssig,
tieorge A. Itick, Jsq. William Donaldson
Hugh M' Williams ahd Wm. M'Kelvy.
Delegates to represent this county in the
State Convention, tri.be, held jLtHyrhirj
"T,l.'" " s,neu by tho officers 'and be
l.uunsneu in all the papers of Columbia co.
rxarnsourg, anu all others friendly to th
cause. JUHJN OIKS f).
Joshua W. Comly, Sec'y.
evening last , ill's 10th inst. while tho ni(?ht.
car which runs between Philadelphia and
""""ii vus nrocecuiniTin up iitinr r,i-,
- . . ...Ul.0 m lllls inciineu t'lane
was run down by a Locomotive, with
ntlt iwtn mil. r if... T 1 . 1
ureadlul concussion. Tim ...-.
'moro or less injured. Mr. 6'dhoBeId, of
o rcgrono learn, who Wiis re
. hb ,rom n.iiaitelphia, was serioiisly
Z" ,7uenone' was Billed, and
" 1 ri .1 a,,nost shatterad to nieces
tff LT roco.m,otlvc 'as thrown entirely
off the track. The grade is rapid about the
Section Of rn:ul nn , .11, l. 1 .,
.,.!. 8 accident oc-
; :::z, " t 'mivi liaa "w Locomo
... ,,m . . . ro1 ,onnd liimself ulerlv
lu .,vCri me ca anntv. Pori.n0
uZ .i , ,S"'nave lIone bettor. At
... ...aKing engineers of more ch 1
dren, when there are hundreds of men more
VTB tt responsible duty!
.I" "7 a"'ITe" a once, i the lives of
., . .1 - ..wv., i, i iu jn
In vnnn n.n I. ...
j u,u lo ue at an considered. Wo
ueem it nrnnpr i on.- i .. . i . v
;. kt ' ii "Ji. . "ver, tun thoro
uiv now on that section t
other is undergoing repairs.
.dZlhlr:rr" thc 'o,,ingor Friday
.uU,u occurreu, although with
less serious consmmo,.,.,.. u... '
frnm t. 'I,.' "uu"1 a mile
..u.iUr. j ne j.ocdmot ve had la.
fcVl'r0' ,racI:' a" J n -fonl of a car.
."r(?Me"M,"1,w the Loeo-
Li I I "acK- Kome decided meas
ures should bo takon (r, .d., .!.:.. ,i
rtPln. r'" ." r . J.. . uangcroua
" It 1 nll l o t... i . . i.
obtained from thooldt Tnh !? 13
l.a Martina is 0f the opinion, wd belfevo
uiai me u li e ttpi ' j:-,. . ..
Mo.iritnr riii "J" V"" '"5 n me
"'0 "car jerusa em haVe been
there ever k hn. fh ,: r . ; . ULCn
nJ i n ' 01 1,10 oaviour
nnd adheres to the customary proofs of
the rings ,n tho wood, of the ant Lj, Tr
tile tree's. If this
. I ...... . "-1---F
is an additional value lh b . " ,u "'cn
BIlOll III lio II... .1
knt wb have just received from a travelling
friend, viz : a ieaf which ,, nIlJr.,0J"no
onj of the Olive trees How '
-.-.v iiioi BL-nnon oy our J.dhl.
u, d, UaztlUi "
In digging a well on a plantation in the
parish of jnoncbrdia, opposite Natchez, a ri
lie was found tw'ontyjtwo loot bcloy the
surface of the grotimn Largo gum trees
Wore growing ovqr the spot, thrco or four
fric't 5'ft diameter. The distance from the
rlvcf-w&Vsovcral miles. The stock of tho
rillo is of walnut,1 has an antique appear
ance, and the barrel bears in distinot letters
tho name of life -probable maker, C. Kline;
There was ho lock found on the gun. The
Free Trader of Nachcz accounts for the
finding of the rifle so deep beneath the sur
face of the hard ground, and so far from the
river, on the supposition that tho channel of
the Mississippi was once in that spot that
the rifle was dropped and sunk in the stream
and that a change in the bed of tho river
filled up life old channel, and imbedded tho
rifle in the shore. Tho only difficulty in
this solution is to account for the length of
limo necessary to effect so "great a change.
In wh.it year was the German rifle invent
ed ? How long ago could it have been pos
sible for an Indian or a French hunter to
have had sdeh a rifle upon tho waters of the
Mississippi t How rrpny years would have
been required in accumulating the soil,
twenty-two feet in depth, with gum trees of
such - sjzo upon its surlaco 1 hese are
questions for the antiquarian as well as the
geologist to answer.
A Bac!:woods Heroine. A friend Wri
ting to us from Ilelenai Ark., tinder date of
thp lath inst. says ' Last week a Mrs.
M'Bride of Monroe county, a widoW lady,
was informed by one of her children that
the dogs had treed a panther within half a
mi!6 of the house. Having no amunition,
she sent to a neighbor's and procured pow
der -and lead, moulded some bullets, loaded
her gun, and proceeded to the place and
brought down her game at the first fire.
The report of the gun started up another
panther at hand, Which ran up a tree with-"
in half a mile of llio other, bhe again load
cd her gun and killed the recond also at tho
first fire, from the top of one of tho tallest
trees. What would ydhr city ladies say to
thi3t? Lhappfined to bo there the sdmo day
and received the statement from herselt.
Mirhcidoit.i Uscvne.On Thursday of
last week as the iLuifhter of Joseph Cloud.
of Upper Providence, in Delaware county,
was standing near her fathefj while ho wa"s
in the act of felling a white oak tree of Hugo
dimensions, the tree fell in a coritrary di-
rection to what ho a iticipated, owing to a
sudden cust of wind which came up at the
moment it was cut off, and in its descent
carried with it a large chesnut tree, which
foil on the girl, striking her several inches
into tho ground. She was compelled to re
main in this position UntiLbexrer-went
1:.. , . .... i-iund her was tncir
removed, a3 no manucl force was sufficient
iu remove me trees, the oak having fallen
across mo chesnut, which greatly increased
w.u- wuigiu. iv nn considerable difficulty
sue was released hj the course of half an
hour from her perilous sitilatipn and cpn-
vuvuu io ner nome more dt'ad than alive,
.. ... 1U1( .inu on examina-
oii ne lounu ner much bruised; but no
limine lipnl.'nti fP1. i ...
u.unb. .,nu shock completely do
nrirpil imr nt the. -ri i? J
..w ,llu uao , IBr nml)s ,or sever.
u) , uyi we icarn that she is now rapid-
j , iieicivure IO. liep.
ATn. dimta T I. n :.i.
t, -- . . . . I VI! a
...... 4 inii;w u KPTlrl VtMi n
recipe mr maKing the JLvbdr Savins Sotm
uaiieu,; n is an excellent article for
wasiiuig, aiui a savmir ol a creat t nal nr ln.
i : wo
Take 2 lbs Sal Soda.
2 lbs- YelloW Bar Soap.
10 qts Wdter.
Cut the Soap in thin slices ntlfl hrtll nil
f nO-nlllPr 9. linn ro. T, . : i
ciowi,- iei cool, and it is fit for use.
Directions for ttsmg the Sohp Put
iiiu wuuiua ill noaii me niir )t hhfnrh vnn
wash and to every pail of wainr in wl.iM,
you boil tho clothes, add about 1 lb of Soan
I ha .ilxlltr... ...:il 1 I . .1
muhiw iieuu no ruooing, merely
clean and white
""u mev will DC ner nm v
n A Sucscmnnrt
Great Falls, Oct. 4th) 181)8.
iTTTaitMMn hi --Sni
n . .
jwraonnnarv Yield. Cinn iitm.tro.i
auu miny nusnels ol potatoes were raised
in a lot, GO feet by 120; of Mr. Jason Wil-
Kins, ot mis place ! Fifty bushels of theso
(illumes were uug, on a wager, by a Mr.
Wellington, in four hours and
mes i urem jjatj JJemocat.
Jiiciaent of uov. Vea.-iv nmt... i
that tins gentleman has been presented by
(lift rrrartfl tnvrr r!l ... . . .
llecally at the election in iW nnn... nu.t
Reform Constitution lenoiro tdn
iy re.iuo ai annapolis. If Governor Vea-
ZV lino rpcirlnl n A i;, i
i i 1"--" w w V u J J t 1 1
J t't ''wim.u LI I. t llllMlllllltl no I f ...
uumm w uo, men ho was not entitled to vote
in Cecil county, and js guilty of voting jm-
1 . , . . -rw..f o up VU3
Annapolis, but in dcoll. iitn i.d ..:i. .
cw wvb i il in iiiri tint foenin
ted his duty in not residing at Annapolis.
In any event the Governor seems to be on i
the horns' of d dilemmn. 'ri,,u i..i .:.
predicament, would it not be advisahln fnr
mi. ui mite lo IS8U0 ti I q i10 Q nmo.niii
ling a veto upon any further proceedings in
thfe ttMtntCatitbrige (Ml.) Aurora
1'hd Will of tin lato Alexander Milne 6f!
N. Orleans, is published in the N, Oilcans
Bulletin. By it.says that lnurnal,"the whole
of his immense estate, after deducting lega
cies Id the amount of about $2u0,00u is
bequeathed to four Asylums for destitute
Orphan Children, viz : the Orphan Boy's
Asylum of Lafayette, the Poydras Asylum
for Girls, and two others, tobejhercafter in
corporated by the Legislature, and estab
lished at Milnesburg. The property thus
secured for the education of the destitute or
phans of Now Orleans, is estimated at near
a million of dollars, niuch of it consists ili
unimproved real estate, that will rise in vat
uc, nnd in the course of time, no doubt this
amplo provision will be doubled. Mr. Mil
no was a Scotchman, born at Fochambcrs,
near Gordon Castle. Ho died here at the
tho advanced ago of ninety-seven years,
having spent upwards 'of fifty years of his
life in our city. To his native town of Fp
chambers, a fund of S100,000 was bequeath
ed for the establishment of Free Schools.
A number of legacies were left to his rela-
thins, varying in amount from sjflO tofJO.
000. A liberal malntainnnpo wt allowed
alo to throe dornestics who 1ml faithfully
administered to his 'comfort in his old age."
A mistake. A, traveller about starting in
the cars on the Providence rail road the
other day, handed out a fivo dollar bill to
pay his fare, lhe individual who took it
thrust a ten and five dollar bill, together with
a lot of silver change, into the traveller's
hands iust aa tho cars were starling. ' Hal
lo, mister, here's a mistake ; just slop long
enough to rectify it. D n your mis
take it's your own fault we never storii
sir to rectify mistakes.' Off went the cab
' lickity split,' as Major Downing has it.
HOSTILITIES ON THE SOUTH
The Louisville Journal of the Oth inslant,
contains some important intelligence. It
has already been mentioned that a Mexican
officer was recently killed in the northern
part of Texas, and instructions and a jour
nal were found upon him, from which it
appeared lhat a plan was on foot forming an
extensive organization of Indians in Texas
and on the United States frontier, for at
tacking lhe Texiean settlements on Red
River, and laying waste the whole country
Irom l'ort Gibson to JNacogdoches. Gen
Arbucklc oii receiving this information and
learning that parties of Dela wares and Cher-
otees had crossed over, and with aody of
Mexicans were ready lor the attaclt, order
ed two companies of dragoons to Fort
Towson, to act as circumstances might re
Glen Arbuckle in a letter to tho Governor
oftAfkansas, dated Fort Gibson, Sept.. 0.
salj TaiaUirancp. wjs received lnfitjiiglU
niiVKi . (.:... . " ' .
ai iiqs ccnainiy commenced."
A I stter from a Mr. Green, dated about tho
21st of August, at Lima, twenty-five miles
east oi me lousso Washita, says 41 We
have direct infprmatidrj that Capt. Farmer
and thirty of his men h'i'vo been U illoit nrl
the Sabine by the Indians; within the last
Blundlesa' J,,cw;a' a. ;! several
i iiior plantations have been Backed: and
heir planes surrounded, since Saturday, by ately after feeding, without ex! ibi t J
he hostile Indians. The road is complete- previous illness. This is the onl v 111
v Hiiuu mm wagons lor the lower prai-
finer " I
Gen. Arbuckle Has communicated all the
iacisoi mo case to tlld Governor nf AhL-,.
has, wiiu orders to thb cdmmandant of Lit-
us hock 10 lurnisn such ordinance as tho
governor may require for tho rhilitin ;.. ii,
uvciu oi nostuities.
m n.i itingjjj
A contrivance has linen invrmtn.i li..ii.
.1 . r. ... . ""1 """"Kll
inu agency oi which, t is sinm, . n,v m" .
bo worked into cloth with the same facility
Btaclc to tho (Tfitern dsn nf linnn r..:.
i i .i w. wnii srvvP, ,.
. u.u uucu inu prnparation ol the materia for . 111 'mo mo Indian cot:
the operations of the sninilln nn,l il.. i I . lu loraie land claims, had hpnnn.
and me consequent hhrh nripo,lm...i.i i . V" ""'acreu ny the Wacnes. Tmn! .
I .. I " w w IUU11I. I nil 1 I . wv.. v
the inaiinriininrfid !! ' t. i.l i ' Keaclues. Four nln,, ' I Z i. ' .
. , hiwu uiiucuiiies may b
oimuou iiBu, ami an improvement to pro
dllCO wlllfih tlin imnAii.il '
- , , " UU
-T . "-..ut .iiuiiiuteuco OI a
JSapolcon was exerted in vain has been
the reward of an Anierinnn ptii
day's experience proves the peculiar talent
of our countrymen for practical scien n,i
. uiuuHaiiio ans, and goes to show tho su
periority of free institution iii eliciting the
powers of the human mind. Thi cs.:
only is to bo traced in all probability to lhe
prevalence of education amnnn- iim
nr. .1.. , , " "'"I"
""V",', as l,ie 0I1y nueqnate cause. Tho
""nun hiiow edge, with practice tact, is as
uauiuas as lacuitv 111 nr.ip.ffpn w;il.n-.. ja
.,,.. .-I: . "....win DUI1IU
v..i-..iiauce with theory; and it is only
ino comuination of the two; which is
classes, jliat the advantages of botli can bo
tairlyand fu v oxhiliiin.r a
vu ui: 1UU1IU amn irr wnll l.;
been ihcorriorated by tho LegisIMnre of
buuBvivnnia lortao mnnn iipiiim nf li.,....
i: ., . " " .""Men
bw ucuoiuiugio mo improved method.
r7Cffir..-Tho Wlmnlinrr rjo,.(
.!.. .1.. V h amies
in.il me iu nuai on oi tii.nt . i.. ..,D
1507: m 1830. 5.21 ,u ZZ " ,T"'
mo nuwsn.innr rnnn.. :.. i n.m
wio data lurnishcd bv dm Pllll IT1 nml !nn r
.i i - -'.' " - ui-HM llllirr ill
I Bin ' " . ""'."iiuu UI
'"fvi mo dii;sciii nnmiti mn wi. n;.
- uuuui ji.uuu. i ne increase s nrn lo-iri
rcmarftable, even for tho Uo.iriKninir
7'ht fldundiiru Jhtfntah w .
from tho Now Brunswick ba no fa it,...
survey.of hq Boundary Line author!- 1
the btato of Maine has actually linn ".:
rnciiccU, tinder the direction or Mr D, f
Tho persons employed are accompanist
a party oi inuians and Amciicai kill,.
and we're seen at Madawaska in the be."
ing Of October.. Thence ihov
up the Grarid River, crossed the portJ
tho Ristipucho River, and descend;
llll-'IILU, UlUJf inuvBuueu to the irnnm..
the River St. L:
in i i .
Gazette exprcsspn r-h;.
rrcucricKion wazeite nimrni... r i
at finding the object or this commlio 1
hlnintlhn linrl .Iriiiir mtn lan .i ri
i - . aunrr ,1m, ulcii .
co print works, near Philadelphia, wMJ
vnu oi inu utilises 01 1116 J.niTrnn. .1
irojeu oy nre on weunesuay, together I
its contents, including machineiv. amUl
2,000 pioccs of goods. None of tho 0J
uuimiugs were injured, iioss coveted J
mi. ' w i
i ne Ascumey woolen lactory, in pel
insvinc, Vermont, was destroyed byfire
Friday night last. It was insured forSj
uuu in uoston, and 20,000 iri Provident
Our files of Havana papers to the 2 1
ummo nave reached us. The pronipii',1
of the Execulive appoars to thoroiu'lvol
jed the lalo insurrectionary dcmonutrail
m favor of Don Carlos, tho nrnmil
the leader tolhe"vilegilibct," (garroteJ
and the transportation of near tweml
no luiiuivcm io me comions ot an Afal
dungeon for fourteen years, has, appareij
effected the most ompletc ,r'esf oration I
peace anu loyalty. jy. y. Commtrl
unouc jsianu Senator. On Saluri
n i -t
lxaman j. ,uixon (Whig) was clectel
senator ol the United States for the t
ot Six years, lo succeed Ashcr P.obb!
whose term ot office will expire on tks
of March next.
Die Lexingtdu (Ky.) Intelligencer m
tions the perpetration of a highway rot
ry arid murder, committed on thefthhi
on the body of a Mr. Kennedy of Clio
county, ivy. it appears that Mr. R
the Same dav hnd lipnn In T.ovlninn .
had drawn money for pensioner tb(he
mount oi ijibu, and was returning hoi
when, it is supposed, ho was knocked Jo-I
robbed of what niotiey he had about hj
o dest of u.,rm i.... . . "'I
"6. - ouspecteu oi being the murdfJ
Death of the male GirHjfe.-lht X
York Era has t ho ihn fniu, .; .
I . , ."'.wiring IIULIceil
serious loss to the interest of natural k
ry:rho beautiful malo. Girrffe, rec-I
arrived in'this city from Alexandria. Eni
med suddenly ycatorday'morninir imfj
n . " "'iij
n mm 1 . J W
Ulil UlUlirTlir in IhO rlinU,. .,1S
w.ujid, win not no replaced for i!
: Ur than the females exhibited 'previous
Ju;ul uiu greatest appnrent health i
cd that poison had been administered to ll
animal, and several m'edm.il rnnirm.n J
itlUUIUlU Ul 11H finntll It in DiiniiJ
vnolnr.t H I t . I
j wlu..y IfCU ,n analysing the conltJ
of its stomach. Thd result wa haml
A Massacre iyi TV. 1 a I
informs us that a nnrn.. nr 1
by actual, examination, the practiswl
running the boundary line, according to i!
construction or tho treatv nf ni,.. I
1 " iiiiiu: 14
- m . v uiii',,11., il iiu iir'nn t"i - vuu Louiifii i : rii
last, and fell surrounded by the dd Jl
Ol the savaires. 'I'd. r-': ii..
poo Indians had frequently warned thea!
weir iiiiiiL'Cr. am ..r i..:..
bv a band of hoitilds advised them to
Tn i"g T1,: or "e Bltatb1
i o this friendly nrecmiirin ii ni.in.
tcntion, and the consequence was as ah
detailed. No less t i .
surrounded the little band:
onint Martrs r.it,, 'in., m
Gazette says that tho city bearing thb iff
which has now exifiinno
, .. . ; , ' -----. in name ui
was situated near tin mnmi. r.i. o. i
17.-. c. , UIU Jl. J,
v - " . ..i oi. MaTys county, m Mr
land and was not nnl. ii. ...i....,
S,.l """f Mwyland landed, but.
qlso the first irf,i .,.'.... ...i.
yiccuiw or JCCltsrion wn Intent,,!
""urn i no rroiestauts and lhe Roman Ci
"llC, CniOViniJ thnfrn.A.. I I
Itvcil in harmc-ny tocether A few i
grave stones arc now the remains of t
-utieni c ny, whicli at one time sent &
gates to the General Assembly of Maryls:
We SCe bv n' rmi.i .1.- r:-r
wazetto, that dur mr ihn o i i. nti
on Uie 1st inst,, thore were threcsicamb.
arrivals rom V ti ,, r.... t
- ne irom Portsmouth, During f
, - g 1 1 U 111 JiUUIS.i
iii To Woro eio'ht '9patlrf,i
uiarlc ,"u"cs ii'giter man loir w