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la -*el from taking any, even the least
part, in plop:toting my.own elevation -to
the ' l sresidency. I have no ambitious
longings to gratify, conscious as I am that
t have already received more of the offices
and honors of my country than 1 have ev
er deserved: if I know my own heart, I
should most freely resign any pretensions
which the partiality of friends has set_up
for me, if by this I could purchase harmo
ny end unanimity in •the 'selection of a
Dernocratie.candidate. Besides, however
proprr : it may be that, candidates for inferi•
-oroffices should Make personal efforts to
secure success--A am deeply convinced,
• that the highest office under Heaven,
ought to be the voluntary gift of the only
free people upon earth. No man can
Aueelir claim it from the people as a matter
vuf xight. It ought to be their own sponta
lattous gift to the most worthy; and this a
4orie can render it the crowning glory of a
well spent public life.—This alone can
•preyent the- danger of our . Institutions
which must ; Jesuit from the violent strug
gles of personal and interested partizans.
The principle's of the man, whom the pen
ple may thus delight to honor, ought to
have borne the test of long and severe
service, and ought to stand out in such bold
relief before his country, as to place all
• doubt in regard to them at defiance. In
my opinion, the candidate who would ei
ther intrigue or personally electioneer, for
the Presidency, raises a strung presump
tion that he is unworthy of i'. Whether
- it be probable that a man resolved, under
. - the blessing of Providence, to act upon
these principles will ever reach the Pres- --
idency, you can judge bettet than myself.
An inquest was held in New York, on
I ought, however, in justice to myself to
' Observe. that whilst this is my fixed puts Wednesday last, on the body of al un
,toose„ Ido not feel the less gr ateful to those known man, who was picked up in the
Iltink and partial friends who have deemed , street insettsible. On his person were
utehy of the highest oce. because I
wort ffi I found papers bo which it was discovered
MIR never attempted to enlist them in my I
• that his name was Matthew Christie, and
•le sup port.
that he was admitted a member of the Odd
"- With these views plainly presented be
. Wore the Democracy of Pennsylvania, ifthey Fellow's society at Pittsburgh. He was
Should resolve to offer my name to the Na- ' genteely dressed, thoogh it is apparent
*mai Convention as a candidate for the
that he had been reduced to poverty.
Presidency, with that degree of unanimity
which can alone give moral force to their confit mations.
recommendation , I feel that I (light not to It gives us p'easure to state that the
coo iteract their wishes. Should they de- nomination of W, W. Irwin as Charge to
termine differently, this will not be to me Denmark did not meet with the unwel
. a cause of the slightest mortification. come reception given to those of Wise and
. One remark:l am impelled to make be'
others. He was confirmed.
fore closing, this letter. The principles
and the success of the Democratic party Hon. C. Blythe's nomination was also
so immeasurably transcend in importance confirmed as Collector at Philadelphia.
the elevation of any indivi foal, that they J. C . Spencer, Esq., was confirmed as
ought not to be ji•oparded, in the slightest
Secretary of the Treasury.
degree, by partiality for either (4' the can
Ev-ry eindidate who has been Mr. E. Everett is onfirmed as Minis.
named, and hundreds of individuals whose ter to Chilla•
names have not been menti ,ned, would ; It is said that Webster is to go to Eng•
ably and faithfully administer the Govern- land and that Cushing will take his place.
raent, according to these principles. No ---------------_
e, "tight to suffer . How they talk!—On the subject of the
good Democrat, therefot
his feelings to become so enli-ted in favor Oregon territory, the London Times holds
of any one candidate, that he could not the following terrific language; 'Let us
yield his cheerful and cordi.d support to
henceforth put no confidence in the Amer
-any others who may be nominated by the
icon protestations or in Webster vows; let
With sentiments of grateful respect, us not negotiate with a people devoid
I remain ymirs, sincerely, of the commonest principles of h mot; we
.1 AM ES BUCF - TA \ AN. must act• and before we have any tricks
D. - Crispin Owl H. 13. fVright. Esquires, ,
. and other Demwratic Members of the pl•led on us.in Oregnn, let us send a fleet
Legislature of Pennsylvania. of heavy-armed and well-manned steam
boats to pretest our rights in the fertile
Compare the folio:vine lines fro n the '
,! and valuable valley of the Columbia river.'
pen of Martin Van Buren t.., the expedi
ents and humbuggery of Federal Whigge- l The razor strop mat, is the greatest
ry. Every lino is pre patriotism and 'lion' they lave now in Philadelphia.—
c o mmon sens e. Wile will not encbirse ill his strops are said to possess the wonder
'Relief is n ot to he found in expedi
fill virtue of g.ving a sharp smooth edge to
soar. I n d e btedness cannot be lessened by
the ,iul est piece of cutlery after a few rubs.
borrowing more money or by changing the
- firm of the . debt. The balance of He is going to Washington and we hope
trade is not to be turned in our favor by h e may give the (lull wits of some of the
creating new demands Ilium us abroad. members, a few rubs b- fore they return
Our currency cannot he improved by the
creation of new banks, or more issues fzom
those which now exist. Alth.itigli these New (lay Paper.
'devices sometimes appear to g ive tempo- Proposals have been issued in Balti.
rail relief they almost invariably aggla- more, to commence the publication of a
vale the evil in the end; new paper in that city, In be called the ".1
The Lispenare ty tit case. merican Whig,"which will advocate the e.
- In this, as in ail other matters, our desire is to !action of Mr, Clay to the Presidency. IL
sestet and speak the truth. We have reason to will be shout as successful in its underta
believe that litany of the published s tatements are to •
ng, as the "'Midnight Cry" is in persua
untxoe, and all, or -nearly all, greatly rviggera
led. The following may be relied on as suasion-
ding time public that the world will be de
tiffoye lin April. The one event ie just as
Anthony Lisoenard, Sen., died in 1806, leoving probable as the other.
some hundred* of lots is the 5 h end 8 It Wards,
which he devised to his a my, xothony and Leon
ard, his d3u ! hter Sarah, (A a. Stew.,r) and hie
grand daughter, Mrs. Li.unestor. By the death
And intestacy of her brother linthony, his other
sister Alice, the slhject or all this controversy,
' became heir•at law to a four-.h part of his estate;
which the reader wi!l perceive was a sitteenth
part of the estate of the leer Anthony. This
- sixteenth she cenveved in 1808 to her brother
Kennard and her sister Sarah in equal urlivided
shares. Governed by the old g entleman's wi l l
MA Alice's emaveyance of 1808, tho estate was
. .divide tin 1810 and 1811. a s ((mews: say to Mrs.
Livingston f i ve-sixteenths , to Mrs Stewart five
and-a-half sixteenths. It is nco, of e,iurs , , our
im p ai rs to say ant- thing in this article about the
'merits of the controversy; hilt it must be obvious,
that if Alice's deed and will be set hside and the
above sixteenth he, a it muar, a warded to her ten
bike at law, ,here must be a very t reat nuothet•
of persons de r' Y affected be:ide the Sten-art jinn
Ile. Whoev-r may he the p v seut owecrs of
Leonard': share and Mrs. Livingwoa's share, ore
atr-cted to the a „aunt of one.sizieenth of every
lot is fee. For, su iposina, the present ciai
as it is slid, will only proceed against e cart
it might be exrcting iori moth from the Stewart
side, who form vl X -tvnths o
ee f A li
ce hire at taw,
that they will remain perfy ol t
parts of the estate vhich Leonard and Mrs. Lill,
ineston eet, :0104 the equal share which fell to
their mother (Mrs Stewart) is attached by Le n
:rd's heirs. We repeat, then, that the trestion
in its bearing= and consequen , C4 reaches far he
youd Mr. R o bert Stewart. It reaches e very bower
'of a lot -or Int•, to the ext-ot of oneesixteenth of
iss present value...N. Y. Sun.
try. 4. London paper says that a man who for
many years carried on an extensive business a
"..garasgats, alter eleven years' study, has succeed
4Sp in completing some machinery, wh;ch will,
whoa brought into use, he imagines snpere 1;1 !
lb. m id o f steam power. It may, he think., be
"moiled to ctixtks of anv description, requiring no
windins ne. nr,en put together, and will continne
ring so knvits tau ®ate rials lila.
J A MME fir - 1131.1
su t j ect to the daidim of a Natjoast- Convention.
DAILY MORNING POST.
TIES. PLIILLIP9 A W. ii. !Milli, 1.DiT0R2.6.110 PROPILItToRS
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8:1843.
see first Page.
Queer Amusemestfor Ladies.—A. traveler
in Azores gives the following description
of the kind of amusement enjoyed by the
girls of that country. At a pleasant water
fall, half a mile beyond, were three girls,
who, having come there to fill their pitch
ers, amused themselves and us with the
sp I a io the tn tit liharal Nihon.
From sprinkling with their hands and co•
queting with the water, they passed to
ladling whole pitchers full, and, whirling
them over each other until they were soak•
ed to the skin and their thin wnite garments
adhered as closely to their figure as the
draperies on Cin2va's d timing girls.—
They made the rocks and wood i ring with
'slighter; and, having, at length, soaked
each ()Our to t'teir• hear content, filled
their red pitchers, and, balancing them on
their hea Is, stepped from rock to rock and
down the stony and steep lane, with all the
grace that belongs to intural and unfetter
ed womanh and.
The sum of 52.286 42, has been disbur•
sed in a proper manner, to the poor of
Baltimote, during the past winter.
The city councils of Cincinnati tave
appropriated of money to the widows and
orphans of those whu weft: , killed at the
It is said, by wise calculators, that six
millions of dollars is the total annual a•
mount of the cost of all the newspapeis
üblis'ied in the Uni States•
Law Suits.—lt is stated that upwards
of forty thousand suits at law were derided
in the vat i'uts tours of Virginia, during the
Seventy thousand d dlars in specie anti
v f•d at New Orleans on the 17th ultimo, ii
A powerful re-liirous excitement is oiler
atinT in Pottsville, PA., at the present time
A report has arrived from St. Thomas
that on the 4th ult., an earthquake took
place at the Windward Islands, and that
part of -the Island of Moneorat had disap
peared. An English steamer had been Ben
m ascertain the extent ef calamity in t h a t
and n eighhorina , islands.
The Han. Matlt A. Cooper, Inti" - ! to*
put in noroinatiou for the off►ce. of floret•
nor of Georgia.
Weigiyolsitlaw, Gloir4.4opinissfitas va
rious notestrom Mt .Ininatissillieisra.
Tyle'r and the votes ititl"the Setistie upon
their nominations. It would seem, that just in pro—
pot tinn as the President's good opinion of the nomi
nees was heightened, they sank in the estimation of
To the Senate of the Unitee Slates:
I nominate to the Senate Henry A. Wise, of Vir
ginia, to be Euvoy Extraordinary and 'Minister
Plenipotentiary of the United States to the Court
()this Maj-sty the King of the French, in the place
of Lewis Ca.s. resigned
WastiorcTorr, February 27, 1843.
Ytta s—Messrs. Archer. Buchanan, Cal howl'
Choate, Ctitilbert . , EV11,1413, Fulmn, Kitts, McDuffie,
Stit.geon, Tallmadte, and Walker-12.
N`" —Messrs• BRgbY, Barrow. Benton, Berrien,
Clayton, Conrad, Crafts, Crittenden, Dayton, Gra
Hunlington, Kerr, Mangum,
Merrick, Miner, Phelptt, Porter. Simtanns, Smith
nf . Indiana, Sprague, Tappan, White. and Wood
To the Senate of the United States.
In submitting the name of Henry A. Wise to the
Senate (IQ. the mission to Fi aoce, I was led to fin
so by considerations of his high talent, his exalted
ehatacter, arid ;ries'. moral worth. The country. I
feel assured, wonlrl be represented at Paris, to the
petal') of Mr. Wise, by one wholly unsurpassed in
exalted Patti Main and well fitted to be the repressor
tative of this cauntry abroad. His rejectionna byfi the
Senate has caused too to rreonsider hi: fil:at
now; arid I see no cane to (3')liht that he is rtnin,nt
ly qtralifitql for the station. I feel it, therefore, my
duty to renominate hint
t I notnioate Henry A. Wise, of Virginia, to be
En-oy Extraordinary and Minster Plenipotentiary
to the Co irt of hi, Maj,•etv the King of the French,
in place of Level- Cass, r esigner'.
Mancii 3, 1811.
YEAg—MN•srs. Ca:limn, Cuthbert, Fulton, King,
McMillin. Sevier, Si urgnon, and Walker-8
N Ayt4—MeS• fa • Archer, Briv,hy, BAT. OW, Bays-d.
Benton, Geri ien, Clayton, Conrad, Crafts, Critten
den, Evans. Graham, lienderann. Hirmingtnii, Linn,
M.inguni, Merrick, Miller. Morehead - , Plll . Sun
man., of Indiana. Sprague, Tappan, White,
Another brief message sgsiu n)rniiiate , l Mr
Win.; and the following vote shown the
irsaa—Mes.re. Cuthbert and Walker.
NAT.— Nie4ars• Alen, A ar.r, Baghy, Barrow,
Bayard, Bentnn, Berrien, Clay'on, Conrad, Craft 4,
Dayton, Graham, llenderaon, Hooting.
Vol, Lion, Minig , im, Merork, Miller. Morehead,
Phelps, Porter, Savior. Sitn.non:, Smith of In.liana,
Sprague, Tappan, White, and Woodbridge-29.
To the Senate of the United States:
I nominate Cale') Cooling, of Maststellocit , c, to
he Secretary of the Treasury, in place of Walter
Wastruarirov, Nlarch 2, 1641.
YEass—Mes=rs. Bates, Buchanan, Calhoun.
Chwc, Cuihheit, E an., Fultuu, K.nr,, McDuffle,
Mcßobe. is. Rives, Sevier, Si., germ, T a nms t dre.
Walker, Wilcox, Willknts, %Vundbilry, and White
NAya—Nlestrs Allen, Archer. Flaghy, Hirrniy,
Bayard, Benton. Be' rip.), Clayton, Courat Crafts,
Crittenden. G. sham, lienderso.i. (Twain ion, Kerr,
\Linn, Mangum, Merrick, Miller. Mwehead
Phelps, Porter. 5i m .1),,4, Smith of loliana, Sprague
Tappan, and White—t 7.
To the Semite of the thlifert StAtts:
In spibitiatioe to Non .he mole of en'e% (711ThifIg
lig Secretary of the T.oisiity, I rii.l so in 11111 vit. \V
of his coostuninate his ti,ai iestioned
trintism, and full r.waeity to wit'‘ horor
to h.ontel and a dea.ta,te to the roont , y,
and itirsortant anpertai tlog t t that depart
ment of the Geverorttent. 'r.,e r,A d ect which I
Irtt . e for the wt-dote of tie Senate iIRI rewind m •
ti g-tio, Rine , . his tojectioa, to recnowitler Ills •rite
tied his ifirilifi-viona. This fel:tow has satisfied
inn C , 111(1 ntt 113 , 0 a m - l-e able advis.c ia the
„r public affairs, • r Ike country a
mor-• fa , thfol nircer.
feel it, the. Jam, to he my ditty to renominate
Caleb Cuighing to be SPerrtary of the
Trear thz• place of Waiter
JO FIITSVHNa,TYLER. Dwd
MARCH . 3, 1843
YT,ke.—..MegcrF. Bilen, Ca'hiun, Cotll' , ert, Fla , 0.1,
Rin g Menu i e, Rives, Sevier, S;urg...oti, and Walk•
NAl,—.Mrss.p. Allen, Archer, B tgby. Barrow,
Raverd, Benton, Berrien, Clayton, Conrad, Crafts,
Critten.ien, Graham, Ilenderann, Hervinron, Kerr,
Linn, Mangorrt, Merrick. Miller. Morehead, Pm tvr,
Smith of Indiana, Sprague, Tappan,
While, and Woodbridge-27.
To liv! Se!nale of the United &cars:
I nonninwe G len Cushing ns S'ci eta etai y ol the
Treasury, pace of NValter Forward, r rci 0 ,0
Mardi 3, 1843.
YEAS—MPsFeig. Cuthbert nod Waher-2.
NAYe—Messrs. Alle.n, Archer, Bagby, Barrow,
Ba ard, Benton, Berrien, Claytln, Conrail, Ct art-.
C. Menden, Dayton, Grahain. Heade. a Hunting
ton, Kerr, Linn; Mangum, Mertick, Miller More,.
fiend. Poi ti•r. Simmno«, Smith of Ind ;Ina, Sprague,
Tappan, White, and Wouithr dge-2.9.
The Town Council of Liverpool, Eng
land, have decided, by a large majority, to
refuse to the children of the Roman Catho•
lic poor, secular education in the public
We leirn from the Baltimore Sun Ilia ,
on Thursday evening, she bill making ap
propriation for carrying the Washington
treaty - into effect was passed without a..
The bill authorizing the re-isoe of Trea
sury notes, was also passed with an amend
ment. . .
The civil and diplomatic appropriation.
bill was likewise passed,with sundry amend
Close of the Session.—Last night brought
with it the close of the session and the end
of the existence of what should live in his
tory as the 'Hard Cider Congress,' a body
which began its career under promises of
the molt glorious character, and now yields
up its breath amid the derision of the
whole country. It is useless at present, ,
to enter into a review of its doings, for ev• 1
ery one is aware of how eompl-tely the
golden anticipations of 1 . 10 have been
falsified, and of the trusAincholy failure
which has been the result of the 'change.'
The whole matter, hativever, contains a
lesson of wisdom which, it is to be hoped,
will not be without an impression upon
the public mind, and we may at least say,
that the assertion of the *Roman, Consul,'
that men's promises and
,perfoi mantes sel;
dom correspond with each other, has re
ceived - another striking. vertfication,—.
-~ ~ - .:--n•.-
RLIIIiirIiPPIrMiMEETING - 1 ;INDittiiiNDllatt - TI - D*
At- n rneteiHog of the voters of Pitt town- •
shitarat titehadse of_Conrad Freivogel, on CARPETS FOR SALE.
. , .
Saturday eVening, the ' 4th-. inst.; David - T lIST RECEIVED and fur sale at Bausman's Anctioa
Lynch Esq. was called to the Chair, and i
, _ - er Rooms, No 110 Wood st, .....
A large tot• or Fins and Superfine Ingrain Car ,
Venni:in stair Carpets, Oil Floor Cloth, Ragsolte which
ThOrnas A. Rowley and Robert Bruce, jr. t
IL - sott earryina Merehandize an d Produce to and from
will be Sold at private sale 20 per cent tberiPee thee
appointed Secretaries. The object of the ..1 1 Pittsburgh, Philadelpiba, Baltimore, New York and
. an ti ' ,
a ev re e h r
7 liefore o ff ered In.thla market. _
meeting having been st.ited by the Presi• BOittill, by the reansylvatila Banal and Rail road, on R A. RAIISM AN. dec.
entirely temperate principle s .
dent, viz: the nomination of township offi- -
Stock of 111111111 e consists of new large Tidewater hoots
cers. The.following persons -were then built expressly for this route, with all tile modern int• ripHE vale of Fresh Spring, Goods will be eontlromed ft
_t. Bassnunt's Auction Roosts, tio 110 Wood at eatery
nominated for the several officers. provetueols In boat building; of a aupetabundant supply d
this . .
eat 10 a and ''' At A - iss
of fi rst rate carrion the Portage Railroad ; and a full sup.
After the nominations had been made it r ay
liargawin'sAis, now oliered,as the g o de otie ni red te ncl e o n :
ply of strong and commodious Pennsylvania boats he.. _
tirely new, the, assortment complete, and the outulthes
was moved that this meeting adjourn un- tween Johnstown and Pittsburgh; all of which win be
of the very beet.
i conducted by sober, inditsi rious and experienced captains
tit Monday the 6th inst•, at 4 o'clock P.
, and superintendents, Charges will be paid on all goods March 7 . -
M. I intended to he shipped from Ph t a burt ll to Philadelphia, ,-- --
I n pursuance of the above adjournmentinammore, New York or Boston, and consPzned to James For Rent. ,
, Dickey 4- Co., Canal Basin, corner of Liberty and Wayne FOR a term of years. Two building lots cis thebaiik
the citizens met , proceeded to vote an d
Nis. and will be promptly attended to and forwarded with of the Allegheny river, adjoining the (I,ty line.'
the following is the result; those marked despatch. Apply at the house Agency, Penn street, sth Ward,
thus * are the candidates nominated: All Goods and produce intended tope shipped from mar 2. JAMES BLAKELY.
Philadelphia coastwise, or via the Delaware and Burt- -------
TO LET .
FOR JUDGE. tan Canal, and consigned to Hart, Andrew and McKever, ,
John Scott 31 E D Gazzam 55 will be received at their warehouse, first wharf above ~ ONE brick dwelling house, coniainhtv. a lute
John Herron 2.5 John Aiken *
155 Rare street, Philadelphia, and shipped directly' from • :,.. ~a hall, two parlonre, 4 moms up- tles, With ma
thence without additional handling or expense; a. line of 'E ' e Jibed garret.dming room and kitchen. with ear.
James Shidle 3S Boston packets connects with the line at this pain , - riage house, te. Thus house Is pleasantly toeated with
INSPECTORS. Shippers nre invited to examine the stock of this tine yard in front and rear. on the eaaal bank, corner or
and judge for themselves, before shipping by any other. Cheviot street, leading to, upper bridge, now in these: -
los Woodwell * 102 Jacob Tomei * 187 as their interest will lie advanced by shipping by it, the cupancy t.,f Mr. McClurg, rent to suit the times—Enquire
G Lucky 82 H Fairy 41 proprietors being determined to exert themselves t o the oi Dr, Whittaker, Allegheny City. war 8,
CONSTABLE. utmost of their .ability for the Interest of their custo-
J Richardson * 152 J McKelvy
fliers and rosperity of their line.
107 P OVERSEER OF THE POOR.
tostirance can be effected cheaper by this Ilse than any To ,Ify Fellato-Ditizer 3:--1 offer myeelf as a rand).
W Wiley 16 J Irwin 21 other, as the route is considered the safest date for the office of Overseer of the Poor, and if elected
PROPRIETORS. will fulfill the (tulles of the olive faithfully, to the rest
57 , Hart, Andrews or McKever, from Philadelphia nod Bal• arm! ability, rendering a strict _ account of all messy
JW D White * 77 Saml Caskey timore to liollidaystitirg. received and expended. ROBERT P. sTEEL.
J Hutton 33 13 Kane 47 Henry L. Patterson,froin Hollidaysburg to Pittsburgh March 7.--tot
Wm Arthurs 72 AGENTs. .
Hart, Andrews ,i• McKever, Philadelphia. l' ro the It .not able, the Judges of the Corot of
TREASURER• ~ Elder, Gel.ton 4- Co., Baltimore. , IL. General Quarter Sess:ons of the Pence, in thin
I. Patterson, Hollidaysburg.
Thomas Jones 71 John Rea* for the County of Allegheny.
SUPERVISOR• 129 • Henry
lessee Patterson, Joh tutorial. The petition hf Mrs. Murray, of Pitt Town.
James Dickey Co Pittsburgh
mar 3. .4,10. Vi the county arm esaid, humbly showeth, that
J din Greenough 70 John Peter on 12 Wheeling Times, Clticinnali.Fmquirer, and Louisville. - " • •
your pen. toner bath poyi . led herself' with materials
GI, Rice 26 Patrick Develin 45 Kentuckian, wi i ti
i cach 1 twert
tlte b amountof s3,nad .. r
iu the arcommodat . on of travelog and others, at her
Simon Smith 42 Aaron Hartupee 26 s s e e n r4 d i a n
i c t lw cri c l ft te r paper al t h e ill to t he
Y. advert s dwelling house, i.l the township and county afore
J Brush* 79 Robeit Shaw 14 A DAIINISTRATORS' :PO'L'ICE —All persons i T i .. ta u t, and preys that your Moors will be pleased to
giant her a license to keep a public house of:Afar-
Alex Wils•rn 36 Rodolph M clerks 67 ts. delited to the estate of Robert Keenan, late of West
[alum , nt. And your petitioner, as in duty &mud
Deer town , llip, deed, are requested to make immediate
SCHOOL DIRECTORS. p.,yrnent (lithe same to the undersigned, and all per "„, .
Robert Nelson * 89 Henry Lytle 21 sons having claims ugainst said estate are notified to
J Wilson 58 Robert Black 45 present the !erne duly aothenticated.
M A nc . T. K EEN AN, Adin't.
G Gumbert * 119 J Lippincott 65 mar 8-6 i w. BERNARD FLANEGAN, Adel'
N Craig 67 Alex Black 43 -
J Dickey 15 Thomas Newell 24
1 C Cummins * 120 J Sutton 52
J A Irwin 106
\V S Thompson 145 Rubt Gallagher 125
'l' A Rowley * 171 Rohl Fleming 122
J . Chambers 160
Oa motion, Resolved that these proceed
ings he published in the Mot uing Post
Chronicle, and other city papers.
DAVID LYNCH, Ch'n ,
RuitT. BRUCE, it„ g
........ • 111....-
ALLA A N Dt:lt. w. 10:31.11;ic,
At a meeting of the Bar, held on Mon
day, the tit(' List., James Findlay, Esq.
was appointed Chairman, and Wilson
McCandless, Esq., Secretary.
The death if Alexander W. Foster hay
ing been announced,the f o llowing R e sole•
lions wer* offered by R. Biddle Esq.:
Resolved, imat we learn with deep re
gret the death Of our venerable essocia:e
and friend, Alexander W. Foster, Esq ,I
' whose long career at this Bar was distin-1
gun:died by profound and varied learning.
and endeared to us by the many virtues of
Ins private life.
Resolved, That in token of i espeot fur
the memory of the deceased, we will woar
iii , customaty badge of inotrining for ibir-
Resolved, That A. W. Loomis, \V. H.
Lowrie, and H. H. Van ,Arnvir:ge be a
Committee to present the proceedings
of this meeting to the several Courts in
wh_ch the deceased was a practitioner.
JAMES FINDLAY, Ch'n.
WILSON MCCANDLESS, Sec'y.
The foregoing proceedings having been
presented to the District Court were or
dered by Judge Grier to be entered at
large on the minutes, and the Court forth•
In view of the probable decimation Of
hostilities by Great Britain against the
United States, we respectfully suggest
that Commodore Mackenzie and Lieut.
Gansevoort be i. - nmediately despatched, in
the Somers, armed with that 'knife' and a
lull complement of belaying pins, with
express orders to capture and bring into
port, dead or alive, Sir Robert Peel and
Queen Victoria, safely sewed un in those
•sacks,' to 'keep them dry & comfortable.'
P. S Should the prisoners become re.<
fractory or exhibit any 'infernal expression'
about the eyes, they are to immediately
hung at the yard aim and no questions
asked- —N. Y .17arora.
rilo the Honorable the Judges of the Court of
General (twitter Sessions of the Peace ill anti
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27, 1813. , fir !he County of Alleghen):
Tne petition of John Garber, ante Boiough of
Robbery of the Secretary of State.— ' L
o h w , encevi.le, in the county aforesaid, humbly allow.
About half past.two this morning, the et
private mansion of the Secretary of State 1 That you: petitiouer bath provided himself with
was entered ht. a couple of villains who rnatetials for the accornm-nlati to of travelers and
succeeded in escaping therefrom, oth : irs,at his dw elling host -c in the township afore
, 1 , , an d hi9 prays
after securing articles of great value.— re i n t:t e t y t i o n ( k . ,
e l p i. t o, ni t ir , g ,,
t w li i c i I be il°
u p I e a s f eil E t o
g s. ra l
Among them was an elegant Tuacan vase, tertainrnent. And your vtitioner itc in ita . iy hound
presented to Mr. Webster by the citizen , will pray- . JOHN SARBER.
of Boston; two silver candlesticks; a_adere,,cevute,
gold d i N e Ve, r the
Lileab,, citizens of L
knife and fork, and silver inkstand. A for e h'ailiieYi:ty . h at
I. mu ' : r e a p ;e l" a n n e d r is is o t4 f • g etl " pr l epute
ftmale servant, sleeping in the basement with house room and couveitientes fur the aCcoornmo
was awoke by the noise and gave the alarm. da t ion and lodging of strangers and travelers; ani
through the that said tavern is necessary.'
The house was entered A. S. Fowler Wm. Johnston jr.
window of the back parlor at the east Henry Snowden, Hugh Thompson,
side, at which place the ladder was found Jrreminh Flen.iug,
Joseph S. Fracas,
tinned himself until the robbers withdrew 1 3 AMICI COpel3rl l ,
I Abraham Ba.einan. A. McLaughlin,
mar 8-3 r
with their booty. .Failing to obtain sea- I
sortable aid, he was only able to alarm the 1
scoundrels by leveling a few billets of wood
at their heads, which occasioned so great
an acceleration of speed, in older not to
be overtaken by the heels of justice, whose
guardians in the shape of the city watch
were abroad, that they found the articles
of their plunder too embarrassing for their
rapid and successful flight; consequently
the vase and two candlesticks were drop
ped at a short di4tance from the house,
and they escaped with the gold knife and
fork and and silver inkstand.--Cox. N. Y.
The DPrnocrats of Connecticut are ma
king Congressional nqminations.
The New Yorkers acetalking of erect
tag a - statute of Washington in the Park.
B ELS. Spirits Tar/mains, this day received au
for sate by .1 G. 4- A. GOEtDON,
warl2 Water street.
'pc) the honorable, the Judges of the Court of Gener•
at CLibarter SeSSIOni of the Peace, lit and for the
county of A Ilezheny:
'Die 11E1010(10f Isaac Tailor, of Versailles Township,
in said county, respectflolshocvelh —
That lie Is well provided erns house room and other con—
veniences for the accommilliftion of stringers and travelers
and being desirous to continue in that business, he prays
your horrors to graut lit a license to keep an Inn or
hi ipe of Public Entertainment, and he will pray
underaignmi eltizi.us of Versailles Township. re
speci floly certify, that Isaac Taylor, the above named
applicant, is a gentleman of gond repute tor honesty and
temperance, and la we I provided with notate room and
conveniences for the accommodation arid Icalginglif
s.ratigers and travelers, and that raid tavern is uscmary.
I curb K ister, Win. Michael,
Stinchcornbe, J,,hii A. anbiliso
John S inehemnbe, John ifos e ll,
I Z. Patterson, John M , Guily,
B. Carpenter, NV in, Wallace.
)(larch 8, 1813-3.*
tne llunurahle, the Ju g,s of the Can't of
General Ltitai ter Sessi ins of the Peece, in and
'ir the erinntv of N. iirgheay
The petitim Car; enter. of Versailles
sliewedi, That be is , t ell
p,iiv , tl..d with home iu , in and utlt , r
;or The a e,uttintalation tfatratiger- and te , t stera,...;
the house now' trc °pied by hull rks s tat era; and he
w& d “iroit , to trathtitue , In that nit , utes-, het plays
you: It IL grim ltim aid to t.erla an I
i‘r of Eott•r•ai itn-ni. Andhewilletet,
pray. BEN). C NRI ) .ENTEtt.
'1 Ito trodt-ts.go't d,t-it•seus nl Verstuil s 1 0 % 111 ,1 1 1p re.
:‘,;eciltilly cc Ma- 13 car pent r, theabtnenem
,l auph aitt,ia a getitknlatt 01 giat,tl repute fur h mett6ly
cm 1 tt,ltpetattce, and is well provided w.tn house
oust and cons patience* for like aeCkklilinothliikuk nnil
lodging of strangers and traveleis,aad i d t , vet o
is necessary for the accommo , lation 01 toe puulid.
Larkin Stincheombe , , Wm. Michael,
.1 cob Kies.er. 3. S Kottltri,
J. Stindiconibe, Thos. Getninal,
E. ltrecr, Joan A. Rohm* in.
Z. Puce son, \Yin. I)ry,
Iseau Taylor. Win. Wall e.
rgio the Honorable, the „Indlean( the court of Genera
Quarrel' S.:salons of the P. ace, its and for the cone
ty nl Allegheny:
The peinton of James M'Aleer, of ROes'fowAshlp,ii
said county, iespeclfully showetn_—
Thal lie is well provided with house room and convent
ences for the :seems modation of strangere and travelers,
at the hose now occupied by bin) as a tavern: and be.
ing desirous to continue that hostiles, he prays your hors.
ors to grant him license 10 keep an Inn or house of
The undersigned,eltisens of Ross township,respeclfully
certify, that James WA leer, the above named applicant,
is a gentleman of good repute for honesty and temper• •
an:e.iind is welt provided with house room and convc.
toences fur the accommodation and lodging of strangers
and , ravelers, and that said tavern is necessary.
Conrail Reel, John Morrow,
John McKnight. John Plankerton,
Edward M'A leer, Balthazar Good,
R. Morrow, Cornelius Keenan,
John Morrow Ir. Joseph Urad'ey,
Peter Ivory, Andrew McFarland.
1111 0 the Honornitle Judges of the court of General
JL Qum ter Smsions of the Peace., In and for the Cont'
ty of Allegheny.
The Petition of John Reed, of the Borough of
Lawrenceviile. In the county aforesaid, humbly
sheweth, That your petitioner bath provided himself
n ith materials for the accommodation of travellers and
others, at his dwelling house In the Borough afore
] said, and prays that your honors will be pleased to grant
him a Beenei? to keep a Public House of Sntert ailment.
And year perZilloner, as in duty bound, vgll ever pray.
We, the subscribers, citizens of the Bogough of Law•
rencevilie, do certify. that the above named petitioner
is of good repute for honesty and tempeyance, and is well
provided with house room enreonveniences for the ac.
commodation and lodging of strewn; and travellers, and
that said tavern is necessary. ..
Wm. Johnston jr,
L. lArebrut, Saosemuel Cop
F. Stine, "
Hunter Laughlin, A. H. Decker.
mar 8,—d34... .
R, A. BA CNN AN, Ater
We thesubscribers, citizens of Pitt township, do
certify that the above petitionar is of c ide s 'reptite Tor
honesty and temperance, and is well provided with .
hou•e loin and conveniences for the accorumoda—
tints and lodging of strangers and travelers, ami that
said tavern is necessary
Thomas Farrow, George L Reis,
Thomas Hafrey, E.lw . D. Gazzain,
William Detheridge, Alezir Millar,
Ji.hii Gumbert, James Ross, ~ --,..asissesson
J. D W. White, Rod. Maerk
William Wilson, James C. Cummins.
March 7-31. , .
/1110 the Honorable, the Judges of the Court or Geeintil
quarter Sessions of the Peace, in and for the eon*.
ty of Allegheny. •
The petition of Henry Rea, of Pitt Townslilp
said county, respectfully showeth:—
That he is well provided with hot:lse room and other
conveniences for the accommodation of strangers lad
travellers, at the house now occupied by him as a lavers;
'and belt g Jesirous to continue in that business he prays
your honors to grant him a license to keep an Inn of
house of Public entertainment. And he will pray, fO.
The undersiped, ei , izens of Pitt Townsfilstolit—
spectfolly cer ifs, that Fleury It a, the above named ap—
plicant, is a gentleman of good repute for honesty slid
temperance. and is well provided wi th hotp-c rows. AM
conveniences for the accommodation arid lodging of itlilligg
gt re and travelers, and that said tavern is necemiasy ,
the accommodation of the public.
Brown Irwin, James C. Caminito
James ftivitardSon, Win. Arthit,S, .
Jamb Tonier, Henry Stimple, ,
A B. Cut ling, John Aiken,
A BI i. k, R .bert Williams, ,
Dan'it.l 1, , itz, lames Cart).
fllO lite Honorable Judges of the Court of azms • i
IL Cln.uter Sessions of the Peace in and for th, , mint,
of Allegheny. _
The petition of William Gardner, of Lower St. trialr
Tow ti,hip, in said county, humbly sliehlreth: --
'that your petitioner liar h provided himself with tni•
mints for the areommodntion of travelegs an/ others..iik
his dwelling house tti the township aforesuid,and gips ts
that sour honors will he pleased to grant hint a Uvulae fig
keep a Public House of Entertainment. .Ind p3llll' pgi
thinner, as in duty bound, will pray.
NVILLI A NI fiA R DNER.-
We, the suhscrihers, citizens of Lower St. Cialetp A dio
certify, that the nbove pethlonet is of good report - 6v
- I.onesty and teniperunee. and is well itrotrided with
house room and cuncen , enees for the accommodation of
strangers and travelers,and that said tavern is pee - eatery.
Daniel Haugh -y,
William McGinnis, John Gall,
John Wallace, Jeremiah Dunlavy, - -
Stuart Wallace, J P. Roes,
James Richardson, ' V. A. Rxed,
, • Match 7,-3t.•
r I NO the Honorable ttie J o dges (lithe Cm:trineGen
eral Quarter SSS81"115 afthe Peace, in. enefur
the county of Allegheny
The petition of Win. Milholland.of Levert St
towilehip, in said county, respectfully showeth, Mre
he is well provided with house room and other ecia►
veniences for the acrotnmodat;on of stranger" We
travelers, at the house now ()mulled by him Mt a
tavern; and beiu, desirous to continue in that
ness, he prays your honors to grant him a licepai•to
keep an Inn Jir house t•i Pudic Enter miument;Apd
he will ever pray
The undersigned , citizens of Lower St Clairtawn•
ship, tespectfillly certify, that Wm. Milb4lo; .! ,
the above named applicant, is a gentleman or`pod
repute for honesty an I temperance, and is well pro
vitPd with house room and conveniences far die*.
contrandation and lodging of strangers and trayc
and that tail tavern is necessary for the accom
filo of the ptib:ic. - ...,
John McClurg, Geo. S. Hays,
Thorn,. Blarkamore, Henry Giffin, . ..r.
John Moray, Jams Mill.niter, '
John llrawdy, William B .ggs,
William Meredith, Caleb Foster,
1 JAn D. 5111er, J. F. Ross
William Chess. Mardi 7-30'
SUGAR .qND 1110L3SSES.
10a nlnis N. 0 Sugar.
Ur 120 bids. N 0. Molasses.
In prime order, just received by S. R. 4rcede,and
s ale by J. W. BURBRIDGEt 00,
why 2. Weter st. between Wocntand Stnitrrilthj.
DR. DANIEL hic.,IIEAL, O ffi ce on Finb deed
between Wood and Smb Wield streets, Pitisbursb.
'TICE to Steam Boat Osoners.—The iteje'' .
consequence of the d ifficull y •1 the times, hateradu•
ced the price of hue Safety Guard for the preveatims
the erp!asion of veal,' boilers, to $l5O per boat.
1 t is hoped that all twat owners will avail tetwww.ip
Of these reasonable terms, not only op .accousit Aires
perfect safety they afford, but also In point of eecestiller,
Boilers with the apparatus attached. will won INA
wice as long as those not ptovided with them.
March 1-3 m C. WAN*
50 H 2s H o Dtt urt N l. ,: s . So l ;ar, moba.tes
20 Bids No 3 Mackerel,
10 do No. . do.
r 7 Tierees Sperm Oil. Just received per 8$ 141uf •
Mait. and for sale by J. W. 1111113EUDG,g. .144
mar 4. Water al between Wood and Smol t ik •
HOUSE WA NTED.—A small house vralutslAwellalel
Jl.ll.nut to exceed $lOO per annum. APP/3" ikir k •
TLE'S Medtcal Agency, 86 Fouret.
Mat : eh 4, •
1 110 hand and for sale on' ateoinmodalhi: teelint4or
, 11....1!e.i50,.0r elOanged for trade or produce to anti eon.
signers: 400 tall of 4 and ii dorlian purple all!/; itill ~ _OM,
carpet - eiairf. • 300"dozeii good sod Oat , viodcw . 4l4 l ,
4 1 Gaglad sigeo,sits4or.indow.glaro44 ring 114 tosi
r e S Nxes....VoSnis , 4 4 . 14 0 0• - '
jlakeovons„Te... Katie*. a= 4, 011 . 01 .4* , ...., ...
Carlini*. Cartr *sows g 44
~ . . ElMACiAllittri. alkagt4 .... .. .
Morels 4. it Cliateller WWI%
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MRS MVitit AY,