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ARREST OF MAIL ROBBERS.
X aeriei of extensive robbories of the
Grout Western Mali having been known to
have been committed for some tfceks.activo
'exertions were made by the agents of the
Poet Office Dopattmcnt, which finally led
to the detection of tho depredators, at Uni
ontown in this Simo. Tim
.tlcufnrs of the arrest wo cony from the
Washington (Pa.) Reporter:
'Suspicions having been excited against
several persons in Uniontown, a warrant
was procured by Dr. Kennedy.From Judge
Ewing, on the night of Wednesduy, with
".iiiuii no proceeueu 10 lino place in llie Aiml
Staffe. arriving lllrf nn Tllllrailno mnrniiir
Tbe warrant was here put into the hands of
onsinuie nays, wno arrested Wiam
Corman, the driver of the mail between
this and Uniontown. Corman was asleen
on a oencn in uie oar-room ot Mrs. Swcil
JEer's hotel when arrested, and betrayed
great aiarm. On being taken before Jus
tice Blaino, ho voluntarily gave a statement
of facts, which go to implicate, with him-
If, Dr. Braddcn an arrant scoundrel ot
lonff standings together with two men nam
ed William Strayer and Prune!, a Clerk in
ut. maudee's otiice, all of Uniontown
We learn the following facts, aa to the
manner in which, these repeated robberies
have been effected, from the confession of
Oorman. On reaching the Post Office in
Uniontown, where tiio coaches are usually
cnangeu, an me mails were discharged ex
cept tne Eastern Mail above referred to;
this Was retained in the cnanh. nm- nrmnan.
snent, until driven into the yard, where The
accomplices of the driver received it, and
conveyed it to the office of Dr. Braddoe.
when, on being rifled of their contents, the
bags were thrown into a privy appurtonant
v mu premises.
Tiiis was done on tho nights of the 15th,
sum, ju and awm or November, and on
the 5th. 12th. anil IRtti nC It- rpmhftr f Inc.
jnan voluntarily divulged tho foregoing facts
and alleged that he had been tho victim of
Eraddcc and bis confederates, that he had
resisted, their opportunities to embark in the
robbery for n period of 18 months, during
Which time ho had been alternately plied
wiui promises aim uireats, until his belter
genius yielded and he fell a victim to the
Dr. Kennedy left on Thursday afternoon,
with the prisoner in charge, for Uniontown,
wiiero ne win unaergo a more tliorougli ex
miuaiion previous to tus commitment
From the Globe.
Florida-A Touching Scene. TiVc have
last read an account of the cruel murder.by
- . ... -ft 1 ' ... a
puny oi itmians, oi mrs. Montgomery,
who oi ijieui. Montgomery, ol the Atmy.
... '.JH.ilWHViHIH.ilUm.lUC. - J 1 l
panmein, ana ill opposition to positive or
dejfs issued bv the
forbidding any escort being sent from post to
yuai, unuer unriy men, a wagon was des
patched from Fort Micanopy lo Fort Wa
......... ...... w... r vic.ui) iiiuuillb'U lUIBUirV
Under command of Lieutenants Sherwood
and Hopson; as the morning was fine, Mrs
Montgomery rode out with them. About
i.vu nnci ,uoir ucpariure, some oi me
horse 'returned to Fort Micanopy without
itl.tf rirt.ia nnj .. I. .. . . I C. .. . . ,.
....... ..uio, nuu aiiuiuy aiier iwo soldiers
roue up anu announced that the party had
been attacked, Mrs.Montgomery and Lieut
Rli.....l ..) i i . i
"""u several soiuiers Killed. 1 lie
trarrison immedintelv sallied nut ami .;,i.
in three miles of the fort found the bleeding
urpie oi luts. Montgomery, with a soldier
mi weaming, living by her, with just
trength to say, to heragenized husband, who
iiruw nimseii on me gionnd by his wife's
deeding body "Lieutenant, 1 fought for
your wife as long as I could." Lieut.
Sherwood was well mounted, and might, it
is reported, have escaped, but would not
sibsudon his fair charge. This barbarous
ct, it is believed.was committed by a band
of the cruel and blood-thirsty Jikasuckies.
i he frontier posts in Florida are not fit
pltces for the residence of ladies. The same
reason which renders it improper for them
to be on board ships of war.might bo urged
gainst meir oemg allowed to accompany
ueir nusoanus to mose posts of danger
viiicem oiignt ui De ten to act lree in mo-
inentB of emergency, without the uneasi
hpss oi naving to protect helpless women
This unfortunate lady had been only three
wsokb in norma, amibut lately married.
THE CENSUS OF THE "UNITED
Wo aro indebted to a friend at Washing
urn iur mo. snowing interesting report:
JtJiSittAUT OF THE RETURNS OF
THE SIXTH CENSUS.
White Free co- All other
persons. loreJ. wrsous
728,032 8,534 . ,
301,858 '8,111 C4
405,593 3,830 C
2,382,571 60,281 3
350,721 20,970 658
1,010,115 60,571 31
65,681 10,925 8,013
District of Columbia,,
PUBLICATION OF THE LAWS.
Tho Governor' rflnnmmnndaiinn in ttm
Legislature, .to make provision for an earlier
publication of public sets of Assemblyi
mum wiiu approbation in ah quarters,
The arguments for such provision are,
mutieu, unanswerable, i lie cost or pub
lishinrr the Dl in ntVtninntB la .tin nltr a(i
O " "VIIB1BJMH It BUM VkllJ
jectlon thai can be urped: but it is Ri-nrcrlv
v. ' . .
oi any weigm, wnen,compareu with tho
uiauncni iou inanuoia advantages. Among
a uemocratiq people who make the laws
of tho comihnjiity by their agonls, and there
fore makc'lhcmsclves in legal contemplation
such objection ought nut bo made, and
ought it any rate not to be listened to witli
patience. The peoplo, ignorant for n long
lime oi tne laws, winrli in thenrv tlinv ins tn
lheniselves(! The citizens bound to oboy
laws, of which thev nra wholly iirnnrnnl
. ; j -
laws, affecting properly and personal liber
ty imnoiil1LrnnniltirV'T. rlmrttrtnir rninnclioa
i a I i o a " " ' w " '
for wrongs.and for the enfnrcement of lights
nui o hnuw wnai mo laws aro, or not to
Complete. with tho exceptions of narls of Union.
Luzerne, and whole of Bradford Counties. fBraJ.
. . b
low, since received, has 32,7G9 inhabitants.
tl lie .returns ISos. 8 and 9 affcreiviilo nn.l m
capitulation returns of the Marshal havo not been
Tcccived. 1 he population of Maryland, since as
ccrtaincd, is 467,567.
Not complete. Nine counties not rcceitcd.
Incomplete Tho westorn district of Lo
returns havo not yet been received.
UA part of Monroe county not received.
The returns Nos. 8 and 9 aa-ereiate and re.
capitulation returns of the Marshal not rcceued.
and only part of No. 4 the return by enumeration
uy Assistants to the Marshal.
ftTlicre are seven counties not included.
$Tho returns havo not been received.
Inconrpletc, Two districts not included.
1 he various census of Virginia stand as follows
in 1790, 748,308; 1800, 880,200: 1810. 974.
622; 1820, 1,050,379; 1830, 1,211,400; 1840;
n r ... . .
ii tw i oru nas increased sineo the last census.
from 1,515,008 to 2,432,835. Pennsylvania from
.UW,bMu. 1,009,-tit. Ohio from
1)37,903 to 1,515,785. Indiana from 343,031 to
083,314. Illinois from 157,455 to 42C.C34.
IIWI ! II I J
litknt. Wo copy tho following from
llio "Lady's Amarintli."
"Homer was a beggar Plau tus turned a
mill Terence was a slave Bretius died in
gaol 1 asso was often distressed for five
Jul.ing-Oervantes toed ofhungcr .Vihon
enueu ins Die in obscurity Bacon lived a
moot meanness Spencer died of want
uryden lived in poverty and dieJ in distress
Otway died of hunger Lee in llic streets
"-Goldsmith's Vicar of Wakefield was sold
tor a inile tn save him from prison Fi
ing lies in the burying ground of an English
Faclory Savago died in prison Chatter
ton destroyed himself and John Keats died
vj a urukiiii near!.
100 JJCltl. lnn nparnan sim
I.... . ...... ...v ,uicil
out of tho jail of Dauphin Co. N. H.a few
lays ago, by a gang of armed men, and de-
nuerawiy stiotat nirrht. bv (nrohli.,iii ti.
nsgroes were charged with a cruel murder, i
mm uuu.ji erniert:ined 0f the securily
tit Jin iM i
J he Isitckeve IttarJenmSih T,: :.i:
. - IMB juui-
vidual was a candidatQ fnr tho niKon f Ann
Keeper ol tho Ohio House of Ueproscnta
uvus iii uiu present session, but was not
elected. 1 he following anecdote, which
originated during his attempts to attain tho
post, is related of mm. and no it in nnl.Uct,.
ed in the Toledo Blade, a federal paper.and
is marl eil by that peculiar refinement of
expression which characterized many of
his electioneering efforts we see no reason
iu uuuoi us genuineness:
"There is a atorv hera tin
about the celebrated Baer, the Buckeye
blacksmith. He was n candidate for the
Sergeant at Arms of the Imvnr Mmi Vnr
some reason, no doubt a good one, he was
mi cicuicu. curing mo progress of the
caucusing, it annears that a Afr. ltirnn r
c.:..cij !.... , . 7
"(Jiiuguiiu, a lanor Dy traiie, was a candi-
uaio iur mo same oince. Une of Birnev s
liiciius. uri'nrijnii in liripp fhnt hio f;.,,l
, - I sisw II I U II U
siiouiu givo their influence to Birnsy' and
mm uaer snouiu be assistant door-keeper
'What,' said Baer. 'a man whn runi..,i.,i
zeu two atates travelled with Clay and
Dotiitiaru been the confidential friend of
i-iamei vyebster been toasted from Boston
to new Urleans. niui hask-pil in ti.. .;i.
. IIV (3lllItCi3
of tho Empire and Keystone States sum?
unco nuiiurcu wing songs, anil made fou
iiuuuieii wuig speecnes, to bo second to :
u a lauorf 1 reckon not by G d. No
Movements ill Canmln. X'r Tho n
Chester Dai v Arivctiispr awa Tim
nil-ma in reiaiion lo mo organization of the
wanuuian Aiiiiua lie niifrmoiiifitin.. f.i.
- ------ -uLIVIIIUIIUII .i mu
ucguiar lorcc in tho vicinity of the "ilisnn
ted territory" ilm
----j "u,ju"l IMbtllllgQ, n llll II
iu ui u iiiiiirmeu are hrki hi hn iinn.r Um.
vince in reference to the imprisonment of
McLood the threats made at these meet-
intra, that if he is cnndemnnl. ill
cross oyer and release him the evident ill
temper evinced in the last InDnr nf Mr
wa ate led to apprehend a possible, and
intieeu a probable rupture in tljis quarter
una .vuiier immediately lollowing the trial
of AIcLcod, if that trial results in his con
viutien. From the fnct ihnt w:,n-
Chronicle indirectly counselled a descem on
LockDort. and from the b.
existing across the Lake, wn h,vn ovr
reason to apprehend a bruih in the contin
gency mentioned. If the descent is made,
or attempted, the match will have been ap
plied to inuterials nearly in a'stain nrnnt,.
ao look sharp fr a squall, in tliejfl parls
f Mr, JleLeod is found gilty.
have au opportunity of knowing them, when
yet they ate fully binding 1 Tho thing is
nnt unit. il.nril l.tii 1. i lHl
There is no better rule, llian that everv
one, under tho jurisdiction of the courts,
must know the l:wn nf Ilm fonntrv. TV.,
One can be ncrmitted tn iilmil i imnrnnpo nl
.. . , .. i D
mem, otiicrwise tno courts must be occu
pied not 50 much.-in determining tlm ritrliln
r , ' a a
Ol Cltl7Qllct. nl in ncnnplannitrr ihrnllrrK n.
ries, the fact how much they know of the
laws aooui to ue administered.
We trust tho Legislature will nnnrerinlr.
.1.. . -3. ' i
me imporiance 01 tne uovornor s recom
mentlation on the subject, and make an ear
I .. ... : - - ii
ij 1'iuviMun cuniiorniauie. to it
Florida. The following is a letter from
Judge MAnvifJ to tho editors of the Talla
basse Floridian, giving some additional par
ticulars oi uie recent expedition ot Uol.
Harney : Dec. 31.
News had arrived at Key "West before
rny leaving mere uitsi uol. Harney, ot tho
U. S. A. about the lOih ir.st,, had a recon
tre with tho Indians in the interior of the
evcrzlades. With, n fnrcn.of nlinn ninntv
men ho cntorei'fho overgfades in canoes,
gumeu oy jonn a negro, wno was captured
by tho Indians in 1835. frnm liin mulip
Dr. Crews, and who escaped and cams into
. !. . f i - t
mo camp at uape rionua a low months
since. The negro conducted thft Colonel
through the everglades lo the Indiau town
and he iiiirrniinilml it nnrl fir.rl nnn il..r.
killillr one or tWO Indians, and tnkintr lliTr.
ly-eighl prisoners. In the assault llie chief
ol iho band, ' Chai-ki-ka. was nursued
everal miles bv ono of thfl drncrnnnn. :iml
i ' . .
uveriBKii anu snoi. Among uie prisoners
taken were ten wairibfs, nine of whom
wero hung; the life of the tenth being saved
for a future Pllldft. Tim rl nf ll,a nni.m.
era were women nnd rliildmn ami wmm nil
spareu ana taken to tho post.at Capo Fieri
this hand nl Indiana Jo 1-..,... it,.
. . ...h.h..w id nuu ITU J II1D
Spanish band, and tho samo who murdered
Mr. Cooluy's family and several others at
vyauo rionua. ana uantain w.i tnn r n,
Jighl-ship, and Dr. Crews. They are the
same Indians, too, who surprised Col. Har
ney a year since, at Ciloosahatchio, under
Macomb's treaty of peace: and the same
wno recently burned and destroyed the set
dement on Indian Kev. kill!
man, and children, and mutillatfnir their bo
Hies on tho most barbarous manner. Thio
band of Indians, with ihU n, r!l,.l,;.i-
at tljeir head, havo been tho tenor of the
Soutli for years, and havo probably drank
j mum ytiiivb oiuou as any in tne Terrilo
I lie Colonel ro-cantured thirteen or four
teen of Colt's rilles, taken from him at
Caloosahalchic by tho Indians, and about
tWO tHOtlSand dollars wnrtli nf nnntla
risd oil bv the Indians from Indian Km
rr.i rt. . - yt i . ...
x ins aiiair ot vui. blarney's will do more
to striko terror inln the Indians, nnd to hrin.T
about real peaco than any thing that has
t .AiiK.Afl r i .i rni i i
iur u luuir nine, x ne evere sues
is no longer thereruire in ihn Imtimi TTia
own fastnesses arc penetrated by the white
Col. Harnev is about arrain tn npnnfrnln
the everslades, in pursuit of Sam Jones
no now imving a guiue, to conduct him lo
his Vown. He is to be inincd hv vpr.il
omcers in the Navy, and a comuanv of
marines. viio are nntv nnnn tlip rr.nt T,,,
" - WWUd A-i II
orgy like this will soon end the war, and
with leis loss of life than temporizinir meas
Jhtrnin.rr nf tlir. Cnmltim Tr..un T.,
o ... ...... .iu an
llUEI'ALO The eviiiiiilo- nfilipOO,!, f n..
comber, tho anniversary of the destruction
f.u..n i?' ... ... .
ui iu "Garonne nv inn ijnnmimn ni.
COmmCmOlalL'd llV n IllCPlinir .if n nn.linn r
.... ... V-,. '. . . . J -""
me ciuzcns oi uuiiato, at which Un.STAao
assisti'tl by lour Vice residents, presided.
Speeches were made' and resnhninn n iPil
declaring that "the Carolino outraee" is
"ie to be atoned for," and that tho Buflu
lomans will rnnittuin In rnloKrio l.a .U.
"until tho blood of the murdered Burfee,
and his fllow citizens, bo reclaimed" that
tho act was a "National insult," requiring
iiBiiuniii mienerence tnni tno lion. ftlr.
Fillmore teceive a copy of the resolutions,
With the thanks nf Ihn
oflered a resolution in C6ngress calling for
information in relation tn ihe nn try on Tli
meeting then adjourned till tho 20th of De-
f lie foilowinff' are the Standing Corr.rji't
tees of the Senate of Pennsylvania,
OnJlceountx nfeaara. flnchrsn. ICinai
bury, Snyder, Brooke and JMscIay.
Sirohni, Flumer, Smith. Hcadlcy and Mil
On the JuitirianiMctsra. Pearson.
Williams, Fleming-. Heed and Headlov
un the milxlta Messrs. Cesc. ftlillor,
Hays, Brooke and Barclay.
On lanks--Messrs. Snnekrnaii.FlBmiiKT
A-iatners, rattersun and Sullivan.
Jit J'jlLlLI.ILLLUII. Irl nhsl.1. I'lW Iff.
-""" . . . "-b'
illeson, bin illi, Uibbons and Alaihors
On lloddi and JJridgcs Messrs. Slow-
art, Brown, .Mathers and Coplan.
Un Internal Improvements Messrs
Slrohm. Case, Sterret. Suacknian and
On JlairxcuUure and Domestic Mamifac
Brower and Feeely.
To Comnare Hills Messrs. Pnnlnn.
.. -'-a- --i
iieadioy, i'lumer, urispin anu l'atterson.
On jaie.r.tion Dutrirts Mpm. Vtnnlan
bterret, Uochran. lvingsbury and Brower.
un corporations Messrs. Uarcluy
Brown, Gibbons, Huddlcson and Pear
liams, Barclay, Flemiuir. Sullivan.and Gib-
On Finnnrr. Mrmarj t?od
Urown, Uochran and Williams.
On FrivatC Claims fnr nntnrttrn.
Messrs. SlllllVLn. Maclav. Plumnr. Sniiih
Un Library Messrs. Snacktnan, Will
iams anu Jtectl,
On Public lillildinir !Hpsr! Ttrnr.l-
: . a -.w. ...Vnw,
Hays, SnyUor, Ileister and Killinger,
The following are the Standinor flnmniil.
tecs of the II
On trivia and Means M
?. r t iTt i . t-v . . l ..
nun ivL-rr, iwyer, nHi,uaisie. mcUullj'
Judiciary Mesam. Law. .Tntitinr r
Armstronij, Snyder. Brodhead of N.inh
amptop, fclenniken, Uatr, Miles Dunlap,
Pensions and Gratuities Mnacrs.Mid
mcswartu, YVUKinson, Funk, Mver, Van
horn, Oarrctson, Keilrer.
Claims Messrtil Onirv. Knt1rcnn A...
drews, bmyser, Crousillai, Smith, Weaver
jgiicuuurc wessrs. opott, .iinmer-
man, Steele, Musser, Haas, Titus, Court
Education Messrs. Gratz, Fuller,
L-liurcn, iaus, McUully, Eyre, Bell,
Librurv Messrs. Skinner. Pinri-n.
x, , - -F
Banks Messrs. Hinnhmnn. f!n
ter, rainier, i'carson, Hibeoiis. Lusk
Estates and Escheats Messrs.Broac.
head of Northampton, Penniman. Miles,
vyiiristman, norceetherman, KeilTet.
Jhidses. Stale and Tttrnnil-r tfr,,,.!.
Messrs. Funk, Kutz.M'Clure.Johnston of
Westmoreland, lSyre, Bard, Brumor.
Lornorations Messrs. fitiv rtmin
, . - - ui'ua.
amitn, Bnyder, tijark, Brodhead of Pike
Local Appropriations Messrs, Ander
son, McKinnoy, Montgomery, Moore,Ken
nedv. Trach. Livimrimt.
jjomestic Manufactures Mossrs. Hill,
Peunell, Ebeuch. Ilnleman. ltmnnr l..i.
- M . , wl-
.'iccountc M eosrs. ninrlf.Ttnnoll P..nl.
ruKiee, csnevuy, Kennedy, Hanna
l ice and Immortnhtu Mciin Rin.t
rogei, Apple, Von Media, Hanna, Flick,
Militia Messrs. Washabaugh, Fogul,
jvoiigiiis, foreman, ruiiioy, Uelton, Boal.
Election Districts-Mricr TWaio ii,i
dlcswarth, Flauiiery, Leidy.Titus.Pomroy,
Lands Messrs. Korr. finmldn n;n.
' : uitia,
uincnman, scon, rennej, Cummins.
compare UMs Messrs. Skinner, Bell,
renion, Livingston, May
"xbcth wiTitovr tskn "
fT'ThoIlcv. Mr. Llchtner.of Munev.uill . L
in SL Pjiuli Chnri'li in lh!n nf ain .... Ki....t .
31st Jan. Iho 4th Sunday after Epiphany; t
.Morning; and tuning.
On Saturday last tho bill from the bnn..
providing for ihe sale of the slock or tn
-v la -
gociate a loan, having been amended br
tne Ejcnnte, etrtKing cut so much as reliA,t
lo the sale of the bank stock, it was taken
III. nnrt nr. Ii . I n .. . . ,,
uu uu Hit liiuiiuii iu uonccr in tno a
mondment the yeas woro 40 nava. 47
so it was not agreed to and sent again to the
oenaie, wiucli body refusing lo recede from
its amendment, iho bill came back (7fn.
...! . .. . .
auu me amendment conenrrtu in yeas 47,
nays ic, so that the Governor is only au
thorized to negociato a loan. A lartre num.
ber of remonstrances were nresented
any chsngo in the law in relation to smalt
notes, and many petitions for tho rencal nf
is . .
ino law giving tno X'hiladclphia and Trim.
ton Railroad Company to chanse its rout
in 1110 district of Kensington, and ono of s
peculiar character combining these sovcrtl
requests, for reform in printine. for redna.
tion of the Governor's salary, with that of
oiner ollicers, and also for the construction
ot a plain mansion for the usa of the Exeou
five this camo frn!in Tt
On tho samo day the Senate took un thn
nomination of Anson V. Parsons, Esq. by
we uoverncr, to be President Judrre of th
lourt of Common PJeas in the 12th judi
cial uisinct.vacatcd during tho recess by tho
resignation of Judgo Porter, which was
confirmed by n unanimous vote. Tho ro.
solution on the subject of the distribution of
me public lands weio again taken up, and a
long discussion had on them. After several
Senators had been indulged in speaking up
on every subject in the world they wsr
passed-finally and sent to the House, yeas
iu, nays, 12.
un l uesday both houses met in inini
oallot, to elect a State Treasurer. Ths,
vote was as follows:
S. L. Carpenter
David W. ilahan
H. W. Beeson
Mr. Gilmore, (Whig.) was declared alec
' " - " --T J- " .t w ifWUU
WOrth $500.000 whiln lliainonita nS k..
subjects nre sulTering for bread.
Tho whig papers throughout the Stats,
are very cooly discussing the qaestioa of
the issue of small bills, as il they had nnth.
ing to do, but to pass the law, and tho pao
pie would swallow the bi'.ler Dill, without
single complaint on their pail. In this Shay
will be mistaken. The pannlo Ai t.n.
ana now feel, the injuries arising from the
circulation of small bills.too seriously ,t pas
sivoly submit to the Slate be incr nnrain flnA-
Inland ATavigation iMessrs. Johnston eJ with them. It'would ia fact bo but anotk.
er name for a continuance of thesusnnnninn.
&;lhe bankitcs so underi Und it.To ellecl their
object the banks .ire diligently enffao-ad in
getting up petitions for a repeal of the small
0111 law, anu throwing them into our State
T -n . ...
egiBiaiuro. uui wo believe there is tn
much virtuo in that body, to commit this
suicidal act. But as money is nower. nnd
there is no knowing what revolution it may
cuect 111 tne minus ol soma mmW.
would r.dise tho getting up of reraonstran-
ces in every part of the slate, that the legis
lature may know what the real feelinfrs of
tno pcopio aro upon the subject.
Amalgamation. The "Whitr" House
of Representatives of Indiana, have passed
a resolution favorable to a repeal of the law
prohibiting tho intermarrying of whites and
blacUs. I his shows how tho current runs
in Indiana, now that our opponents havo
obtained the ascondency.
r 1. . . - ... r .... .
r, n , , . xresrteisiii ucrsey, tvo learn that four
Erasiner an IDnrtorsemeiil V,-..., '
-Tho Sunremo Ro,,,, f h , . 'XLC 01 11,0 bt,eS 0V" ,llB 1 a3Bal have
rccenllv. Ihalnn ondnru.moni n ..... bCOn SWCpl a
' VII U IIMIQ JU("
porunjj uiai n paruai payment jiau been
of Armstroiiir. Church. Gmi. Wr'ui,.
Higgins, Steele, Banks, Androws, Gamble!
iiuiiun, uiiworui, uius.
Senators in Delaware. Tip DI
T.fxrislatine have elcnlnd ihn Finn T),mr
--"e ..u... . ..uui.io
fit .f.A II 1!-t I II .
uiaj mil nuu uiu nun. iiicuuru 11. uayard,
both friends of General Harrison, to re
present that Statu in Iho Senato of tho U-
From Canada The Owphen a
the 4th inst. says that 11 is Excellency, the
uovernei uenerai, nas, most emphatically.
dedsred that he will lint rnmnvn anv nf ilm
troops recontly sent, by his orders, lo the j
Flood in the Connerticut Tim
w WV I
ireshej caused a greater use in the Connec
ticut river man nas ueen witnessed s nca
1801. At Hartford it was twentv.s'v f.i
aunvo low wnier mnrk-. mill mnmim.!
- . .. , ...... ...u,..,u.bu up
wards of Seventy of Ihn nrinninln
I I 1 r-.-.-.r.- " "WHO'
ea, besulcs a large number of dwollins.
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oeverai 01 tne latter wore swept away,
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made, and which endorsement was written
by the maker m the presence, with the con
currence, and by tho direction of thepayeo,
is a receipt, the alteration or erasuro of
which, by the payee, will bo forgery.
, liallimore Ocean
rcpt away. Tho bridsre at Weazel
near Tatlerson, tho Acquacknock, Belleville
and old Newark Bridges. Tho rail-road
bridge stands firm. Pino Brook bridco at
Caldwell and the bridge at Uoundhrook,
havo also been destroyed, besides mill-dams
and numerous small bridges,